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Saturday, March 7, 2015

Songs From Indian Films

Hindi film industry, also renowned as Bollywood produces thousands of movies every year. One of the most common features of these movies is 'Song and Dance' sequences. Not only Hindi movies but all regional movies also have songs as their integral part. These songs and dance scenes are quite elaborate and lavishly filmed. Right from the inception of Indian film industry, songs have always been a prominent feature of all the movies. During previous eras it was unthinkable to have a movie without any songs. In fact, few of the movies were successful just because of their songs.

As we all know, India possess grand musical tradition. That, to some extent explains why music is such an essential part of our daily lives. The early years of Indian cinema i.e., 30s and 40s had primarily classical music with less use of instruments in the film songs. Few songs even had elements of folk music.1950s and 60s signaled arrival of western music in Hindi films. Indian musicians have experimented with all genres of music which has truly helped in the evolution of Indian music. Songs from Indian films have kept changing with the changing tastes of music aficionados and yet the typical Indian essence has remained intact.

India has produced many great singers and musicians who have attained worldwide fame. Few notable musical talents India produced are K L Sehgal, Kishore Kumar, Khaiyyam, Mohd. Rafi, R D Burman, Lata Mangeshkar, S D Burman, Asha Bhonsle, and A R Rehman amongst others. Indian songs' popularity has attracted many talents from all over the country and even from across the border. Indian songs can be credited for bringing out oodles of talents in different roles; such as singers, lyricists, music directors, composers etc. All these movie songs are released as cassettes and CDs. During the earlier eras radio was the chief instrument used for playing music but with the advent of FM and Cable TV things have changed so much. This phenomenon has further helped in making these songs popular.

Like songs the hindi songs lyrics also has been well recognized and appreciated. Songs written by great writers like Javed Aktar, Hasrat Jaipuri, Gulzar, Anand Bakshi Sameer have added meaning to ones life. These songs cover various phases in life especially the old hindi songs [http://www.oldhindisongs.org] thereby giving a personal touch and at times these songs even act as an inspiration for the people.

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Evergreen Lata Songs

Lata Mangeshkar is the supreme voice of the Indian music. She is considered as the greatest playback singer in the Hindi film industry. Lata Mangeshkar has recorded more than 50,000 songs, including film songs, ghazals, bhajans, and the like.

It is interesting to know that Lata Mangeshkar has sung in over a thousand Bollywood movies and in more than twenty regional Indian languages, but primarily in Hindi.

Furthermore, Lata has recorded duets with all the leading male singers of her era, including Manna Dey, Mohammed Rafi, Mukesh, and Kishore Kumar. She broke onto the Indian music scene with the song Aayega Aanewaala from the movie Mahal (1949).

Moreover, many of popular songs Lata Mangeshkar sang in the 1940s and the 1950s include: Mohabbat aisi dhadkan hai, Yeh zindagi usiki hai, Jaag dard ishq jaag, O aasman waale from the musical smash hit Anarkali; Aplam chaplam, Radha na bole na bole, Kitna haseen hai mausam, from Azaad; and Dheere se aaja ri akhiyan mein, Shola jo bhadke, Bholi soorat dil ke khote, Dil dhadke nazar sharmaaye, Mere dil ki ghadi kare from Albela.

Other popular Lata Mangeshkar songs include Gore gore o baanke chore (Samadhi), Mehfil mein jal uthi shama (Nirala), Dil ki duniya basake sanwariya, Mere man ka baawra panchi (Amar Deep), and Balma anadi man bhaaye (Bahuraani).

In addition, Lata songs, such as Jiya bekaraar hai (Barsaat), Rasik Balma (Chori Chori), the title song of Hariyali Aur Raasta, Gumnaam hai koi (Gumnaam), Pyar Kiya To Darna Kya (Mughal-E-Azam), Ajeeb Dastaan Hai Yeh (Dil Apna Aur Preet Parai) were big hits.

In 1990s, Lata Mangeshkar also recorded many non-film songs, such as ghazals with Jagjit Singh. Lata songs recorded for the film Hum Aapke Hain Kaun were smash hits as well.

Moreover, Lata Mangeshkar sang for all of the Yash Chopra films, including, Chandni, Lamhe, Darr, Yeh Dillagi, Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge, Dil To Pagal Hai, Mohabbatein, Mujhse Dosti Karoge, and Veer Zaara.

What's more, Lata songs include the most popular tracks like Jiya Jale (Dil Se), Khamoshiyan Gungunane Lagin (One Two Ka Four), Ek Tu Hi Bharosa (Pukar), Pyaara Sa Gaon (Zubeidaa), and O Paalanhaare (Lagaan)---all composed by A. R. Rahman.

So, if you want to watch the above mentioned and many more all time popular and melodious Lata songs, simply log on to Idhun tv.



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Thursday, January 22, 2015

Aadmi jo Kehta Hai aadmi jo Suntaa Hai - Majboor

Aadmi Jo Kehta Hai - Amitabh Bachchan - Praveen Babi - Majboor - Kishore...

This Song is one of our favorite song :)

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Tribute to Shri Deven Verma Sahab

We Give Tribute to Shri Deven Verma,Who passed away today at the age of 78

Shri Deven Verma Shahab

Khatta Meetthaa Promo and Mummy O Mummy Song a special Tribute to shri Deven Verma Sahab

Friday, October 10, 2014


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