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Film: Dharamputra
Year: 1961
Cast: Mala Sinha, Shashi Kapoor, Rehman, Manmohan Krishna, Indrani Mukherjee, Tabassum, Deven Verma, Rohit
Music: N. Dutta
Lyrics: Sahir Ludhianvi
Format: mp3
Bit Rate: 128 kbps

Aaj Ki Raat - Dharamputra 9161 - Mahendra Kapoor - 3:07
Chaahe Yeh Maano Chaahe Woh Maano - Dharamputra 9161 - Mahendra Kapoor-Balbir - 5:17
Jai Janani Jai Bharat Maa - Dharamputra 9161 - Mahendra Kapoor - 3:20
Jo Dil Deewana Machal Gaya - Dharamputra 9161 - Mohammed rafi - 3:27
Main Jab Bhi Akeli Hoti Hoon - Dharamputra 9161 - Asha Bhosle - 5:25
vdsachin
Film: Dharamputra
Year: 1961
Cast: Mala Sinha, Shashi Kapoor, Rehman, Manmohan Krishna, Indrani Mukherjee, Tabassum, Deven Verma, Rohit
Music: N. Dutta
Lyrics: Sahir Ludhianvi
Format: mp3
Bit Rate: 128 kbps

Naina Kyon Bhar Aaye - Dharamputra 9161 - Asha Bholse - 3:31
Tumhari Aankhen - Dharamputra 9161 - Mahendra Kapoor - 3:01
Yeh Kiska Lahu Hai Kaun Mara - Dharamputra 1961 - Mahendra Kapoor - 3:24
mmuk2004
Can someone please re-upload these songs.

Thanks
Madhavi
desai2rn
QUOTE(mmuk2004 @ May 15 2009, 04:36 AM) *

Can someone please re-upload these songs.

Thanks
Madhavi



Madhavi,

Here are some of the song from Dharamputra. Courtesy previous HF u/l.
Music N Dutta , Lyrics Sahir.
A great movie by BR Chopra and one of the finest acting performane by Shashi Kapoor IMO.


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r&d
Main Jab Bhi Akeli - Asha Bhosle - Dharmputra (1961) - N. Dutta - Sahir - 7:06 - 128 kbps
r&d
Saare Jahan Se (Part 1) - Mohammed Rafi & Asha Bhosle - Dharmputra (1961) - N. Dutta - Sahir - 3:09 - 128 kbps
Saare Jahan Se (Part 2) - Mohammed Rafi & Asha Bhosle - Dharmputra (1961) - N. Dutta - Sahir - 1:03 - 128 kbps
r&d
Tumhari Aankhen - Mahendra Kapoor - Dharmputra (1961) - N. Dutta - Sahir - 3:03 - 128 kbps
r&d
Chahe Yeh Mano - Mahendra Kapoor & Balbir - Dharmputra (1961) - N. Dutta - Sahir - 5:19 - 128 kbps
desai2rn
continuing


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r&d
Aaj Ki Raat Nahin - Mahendra Kapoor - Dharmputra (1961) - N. Dutta - Sahir - 2:59 - 128 kbps
Jai Janani Jai Baharat - Mahendra Kapoor - Dharmputra (1961) - N. Dutta - Sahir - 3:17 - 128 kbps
Yeh Kiska Lahoo - Mahendra Kapoor - Dharmputra (1961) - N. Dutta - Sahir - 4:19 - 128 kbps
r&d
may be different from what is uploaded by Ramesh.


Mere Dilbar Mujhpar - Mohammed Rafi - Dharmputra (1961) - N. Dutta - Sahir - 5:54 - 128 kbps
Yeh Kiska Lahoo - Mahendra Kapoor - Dharmputra (1961) - N. Dutta - Sahir - 4:19 - 128 kbps
Exon
QUOTE(r&d @ May 16 2009, 01:08 AM) *

Saare Jahan Se (Part 1) - Mohammed Rafi & Asha Bhosle - Dharmputra (1961) - N. Dutta - Sahir - 3:09 - 128 kbps
Saare Jahan Se (Part 2) - Mohammed Rafi & Asha Bhosle - Dharmputra (1961) - N. Dutta - Sahir - 1:03 - 128 kbps


I was watching this song on UTube.
This song follows a shloka (karmanye vaadikarasye...) sung by Hemant Kumar. However, I didn't see his name mentioned in the credits.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=09rgmTetrD0

Exon
desai2rn
QUOTE(Exon @ May 16 2009, 04:11 AM) *

QUOTE(r&d @ May 16 2009, 01:08 AM) *

Saare Jahan Se (Part 1) - Mohammed Rafi & Asha Bhosle - Dharmputra (1961) - N. Dutta - Sahir - 3:09 - 128 kbps
Saare Jahan Se (Part 2) - Mohammed Rafi & Asha Bhosle - Dharmputra (1961) - N. Dutta - Sahir - 1:03 - 128 kbps


I was watching this song on UTube.
This song follows a shloka (karmanye vaadikarasye...) sung by Hemant Kumar. However, I didn't see his name mentioned in the credits.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=09rgmTetrD0

Exon


If I am not mistaken all of BR movies started with the Sholk from Gita in Hemantkumar's voice.

I don't remember if it was ever mentioned in the credits. Never occured to look for it.

mmuk2004
Rameshji and Rajnish,

Thank you so much for the prompt uploads. Someone sent me all the files of the film, so I am going to check that out first and then download the ones I am missing or the different versions.

Rameshji,

I have not seen the film, I am very keen to see the film as it is one of the rare films that deals with communalism with some degree of authenticity. Yash Chopra is to be given credit for all the issues that he raises in his films even though sometimes his films get too glitzy and sometimes evade the very issues they raise. Dharamputra was his second movie, his first was Dhool Ka Phool, which deals with the issue of illegitimacy in Indian society. Bombay, e.g. where Mani Ratnam shows a Hindu-Muslim marriage for the first time making it the central theme of his movie, was a bold step, it does not really matter that the movie itself was ultra romantic and glamorous and even silly at times. Otherwise we will continue to get wishy washy formulas like Amar Akbar Anthony where Amar inevitably falls for Laxmi, Akbar falls for Salma and Anthony falls for Jenny. (Mind you this is despite the movie being one of the best entertainers of its time, and the fact that I absolutely love everything about the movie including those awesome pairs and would not want anything changed in it biggrin.gif ) The nod to communalism was through the mother whose three sons have been brought up with different religious identities. But I do wonder what would have happened if the pairs had criss crossed...
r&d
QUOTE(Exon @ May 15 2009, 03:41 PM) *

QUOTE(r&d @ May 16 2009, 01:08 AM) *

Saare Jahan Se (Part 1) - Mohammed Rafi & Asha Bhosle - Dharmputra (1961) - N. Dutta - Sahir - 3:09 - 128 kbps
Saare Jahan Se (Part 2) - Mohammed Rafi & Asha Bhosle - Dharmputra (1961) - N. Dutta - Sahir - 1:03 - 128 kbps


I was watching this song on UTube.
This song follows a shloka (karmanye vaadikarasye...) sung by Hemant Kumar. However, I didn't see his name mentioned in the credits.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=09rgmTetrD0

Exon


It is the film producers religious theme for their movies. It is in every BR Films.
If you notice that their logo is in Latin.
the two couple posing is straight out from communist imagery.
Even the letter "T" in Dharmputra is a christian cross.
all mixed up.

RK Films has Pritviraj Kapoor doing a shiv pooja. etc.

Now that you are listening to the lyrics of songs, you might want
watch some of these movies as well.
r&d
madhavi, the files that I uploaded starting with "Dharmputra-XX.name of the song.mp3.zip",
where XX is the chapter number,
are straight from DVD without any cleaning.
desai2rn
[quote name='mmuk2004' date='May 16 2009, 06:22 AM' post='597598']
Rameshji and Rajnish,

Thank you so much for the prompt uploads. Someone sent me all the files of the film, so I am going to check that out first and then download the ones I am missing or the different versions.

Rameshji,

I have not seen the film, I am very keen to see the film as it is one of the rare films that deals with communalism with some degree of authenticity. Yash Chopra is to be given credit for all the issues that he raises in his films even though sometimes his films get too glitzy and sometimes evade the very issues they raise. Dharamputra was his second movie, his first was Dhool Ka Phool, which deals with the issue of illegitimacy in Indian society. Bombay, e.g. where Mani Ratnam shows a Hindu-Muslim marriage for the first time making it the central theme of his movie, was a bold step, it does not really matter that the movie itself was ultra romantic and glamorous and even silly at times. Otherwise we will continue to get wishy washy formulas like Amar Akbar Anthony where Amar inevitably falls for Laxmi, Akbar falls for Salma and Anthony falls for Jenny. (Mind you this is despite the movie being one of the best entertainers of its time, and the fact that I absolutely love everything about the movie including those awesome pairs and would not want anything changed in it biggrin.gif ) The nod to communalism was through the mother whose three sons have been brought up with different religious identities. But I do wonder what would have happened if the pairs had criss crossed...
/quote]

I have a VHS copy but the quality is not so good. Been looking for a DVD. I feel in Dharamputra he dealt
with the issue very well. It deals with communalism during the independence/partition period. It is a movie
well worth watching any time.



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