22 August 2015

Evergreen 101 songs of the legend Lata Mangeshkar from the Bollywood

Lata Mangeshkar is one of the most well known names in the Bollywood and the nightingale of India. Here is a jukebox that will take you down the memory lane. It has the top 51 all time hits from her collection, and it will certainly strike the right chords of your heart as you remember all the classics in awe of the living legend, Lata didi.


  1. Inhi logon ne - Pakeeza-0:00:13
  2. Honton me aisi - Jewel Thief-0:03:46
  3. Pyar kia to darna kya - Mughal-E-Azam -0:12:01
  4. Rangeela re - Prem Pujari-0:18:08
  5. Aaja re pardesi - Madhumati-0:24:05
  6. Aaj phir jeene ki - Guide-0:28:39
  7. Bindiya chamkegi - Do Raste-0:32:23
  8. Sheesha ho ya dil ho -Aasha-0:37:21
  9. Sun sahiba sun -Ram Teri Ganga Maili-0:40:59
  10. Satyam Shivam Sundaram - Satyam Shivam Sundaram-0:46:04
  11. Chalte Chalte Yun Hi Koi Mil Gaya Tha - Pakeezah-0:50:05
  12. Main Teri Dushman Dushman Tu Mera - Nagina-0:55:45
  13. Main Kya Karoon Ram - Sangam-1:02:23
  14. O Sajna Barkha Bahar Aayee - Parakh-1:05:32
  15. Allah Tero Naam Ishwar Tero Naam - Hum Dono-1:08:46
  16. Tera Mera Pyar Amar - Asli Naqli -1:12:13
  17. Ghar Aaya Mera Pardesi - Awaara-1:16:05
  18. Pardes Jaake Pardesiya - Arpan -1:19:47
  19. Yeh Galiyan Yeh Chaubara - Prem Rog-1:24:37
  20. Main Hoon Khushrang Henna - Henna-1:30:45
  21. Mohe Panghat Pe Nandlal - Mughal-E-Azam-1:34:49
  22. Piya Tose Naina Lage Re - Guide-1:38:40
  23. Tumhein Aur Kya Doon - Aayee Milan Ki Bela-1:47:09
  24. Yeh Samaa Samaa Hai - Jab Jab Phool Khile-1:52:02
  25. Unse Mili Nazar Ke Mere Hosh Ud Gaye - Jhuk Gaya Aasman-1:56:47
  26. Bahon Mein Chale Aao - Anamika-2:00:35
  27. Raja Ki Aayegi Baraat - Aah-2:04:29
  28. Ab Ke Sajan Saawan Mein - Chupke Chupke-2:07:47
  29. Maar Diya Jaye Ki Chhod Diya Jaye - Mera Gaon Mera Desh-2:11:52
  30. Chhoti Si Umar Mein Lag Gaya Rog - Bairaag-2:17:00
  31. Kisliye Maine Pyar Kiya - The Train-2:20:24
  32. Suno Sajna Papihe Ne Kaha Sabse Pukaar - Aaye Din Bahaar Ke-2:23:31
  33. Humne Sanam Ko Khat Likha - Shakti -2:28:31
  34. Mere Naina Saawan Bhadon [Female version] - Mehbooba-2:32:27
  35. Dilber Dil Se Pyare - Caravan-2:38:32
  36. Zindagi Pyar Ka Geet Hai - Souten-2:43:15
  37. Chori Chori Chupke Chupke - Aap Ki Kasam-2:48:22
  38. Tera Jaana Dil Ke Armaanon - Anari-2:52:08
  39. Tere Kaaran Mere Saajan - Aan Milo Sajna-2:55:38
  40. Bhor Bhaye Panghat Pe - Satyam Shivam Sundaram-3:00:09
  41. Chupke Chupke Chal Ri Purwaiya - Chupke Chupke-3:05:19
  42. Naa Jiya Lage Naa Tere Bina Mera - Anand-3:08:42
  43. Maine Kaha Phoolon Se Hanso To - Mili-3:12:07
  44. Hum Bhool Gaye Re Har Baat Magar Tera Pyar Nahin Bhoole - Souten Ki Beti-3:15:42
  45. Main Tulsi Tere Aangan Ki - Main Tulsi Tere Aangan Ki -3:20:26
  46. Aayega Aayega Aayega Aanewala - Mahal-3:25:32
  47. Humko Bhi Gham Ne Maara - Aas Paas -3:31:54
  48. Hawa Mein Udta Jaaye - Barsaat -3:36:18
  49. Ghadi Ghadi Mora Dil Dhadke - Madhumati-3:38:33
  50. Chudi Maza Na Degi - Sanam Bewafa -3:41:34
  51. Naar Dana Anar Dana Asa Runi Topiwale Naal - Henna-3:46:28

Lata Mangeshkar (Hindi: लता मंगेशकर,) was India’s most recorded singer, supreme voice of Hindi popular and light classical music, pop, and musical forms of ghazal and bhajan. The Indian subcontinent is geographically in South Asia but has always “look East” with fairly large settlements and communities in Myanmar (Burma), Malaysia, and Singapore. The culture, influence and presence of Indian music and Bollywood in East Asia is prominent. * Lata Mangeshkar has charmed her fans with over 50,000 songs she has sung as a playback singer in films. Until the 1991 edition, when her entry disappeared, the Guinness Book of Records listed her as the most recorded artist in the world with not less than 30,000 solo, duet and chorus-backed songs recorded in 20 Indian languages between 1948 and 1987. [Recently at Hotel Jaypee Palace in Agra, I met musician Arun Saxena who was very kind to give me a CD selection of Hindi songs. His excellent instrumental rendition of the popular hit of Bachpan ki muhabbat by Lata Mangeshkar (from the movie Barju Baura , 1953) is presented here. *The song was sang in Chinese (心里的火花) in the 60’s by Pan Xiu Qiong 潘秀琼]


  1. Karwatein Badalte Rahein - Aap Ki Kasam - 0:00:17
  2. Tere Bina Zindagi Se - Aandhi - 0:04:35
  3. Kanchi Re Kaanchi Re - Hare Rama Hare Krishna - 0:10:12
  4. Prem Kahani Mein - Prem Kahani - 0:14:40
  5. Jiska Mujhe Tha Intezaar - Don - 0:19:23
  6. Jaisa Des Waisa Bhes - Des Pardes - 0:23:19
  7. Iss Duniya Main Jeena Hai - Apnapan - 0:27:43
  8. Dil Se Dil Milne Ka Koii - Charitraheen - 0:31:09
  9. Meri Bulbul Yun Na Ho - Biwi O Biwi - 0:35:33
  10. Aaj Ka Din Koii - Lootmaar - 0:39:31
  11. Jab Jab Hum Tumko - Mastana - 0:42:31
  12. Chanda Dekhe Chanda - Jhoothi - 0:46:54
  13. Sun Sun Jeenewale - Swami Dada - 0:53:07
  14. O Jaan-E-Jana - Khoon Ki Pukar - 0:58:27

03 July 2015

12 Evergreen hits of Mumtaz Askari with great performances

It is a tough task to find best of any bollywood actor or actress' works, However, Today, I am going to give a try to find out top 10 evergreen songs of Mumtaz. Mumtaz Askari who is popularly known as Mumtaz. She has given some great performances in movies like Do raaste, Aap Ki Kasam, Mela and Aaina. We bring to you a compilation comprising of songs from these super hit movies. Enjoy this amazing compilation and watch Mumtaz as she mesmerizes you with her beauty.Here a list for our listeners. 

12 Evergreen hits of Mumtaz Askari with great performances


  1. Bindiya Chamkegi Chudi Khankegi - Do Raaste - 0:00:10
  2. Kaanchi Re Kaanchi Re - Hare Rama Hare Krishna - 0:05:00
  3. Karvaten Badalte Rahe - Aap Ki Kasam - 0:09:28
  4. Rut Hai Milan Ki Saathi Mere Aa Re - Mela - 0:14:25
  5. Duniya Mein Pyar Ki Sabko Zaroorat - Sachaa Jhutha - 0:19:33
  6. Chal Dariya Mein Doob Jaaye - Prem Kahani - 0:23:54
  7. Tauba Yeh Matwali Chaal - Patthar Ke Sanam - 0:28:19
  8. Aao Aao Jaan-E-Jahan - Gomti Ke Kinare - 0:33:37
  9. Kya Soch Raha Re - Mela - 0:36:57
  10. Chori Chori Chupke Chupke - Aap Ki Kasam - 0:40:35
  11. Kya Meri Prem Kahani - Prem Kahani - 0:44:22
  12. Dharti Hansti Re Chhalke Masti Re - Aaina - 0:48:40

Mumtaz was born on July 31, 1947 to Abdul Sameed Askari and Sardar Begum Habib Agha aka Naaz, both of Iranian origin but settled in Bombay, India. Mumtaz first appeared in as child artist in Sanskar (1952),Yasmin (1955),Lajwanti (1958),Sone Ki Chidiya (1958),Stree(1961).Her mother, Naaz, was also an actress in films. When her family faced financial crisis, Mumtaz agreed to act in films as a junior artist and started appearing in group-scenes, at a very young age. She appeared in front of camera in V. Shantaram's Stree and Sehra but she went almost unnoticed.Mumtaz, as an adult her first role was that of the role of sister of the hero in O. P. Ralhan's Gehra Daag. Mumtaz then got the lead role in Pathan being made by Ataullah Khan, Madhubala's father, but the film remained incomplete. In early 1960's there was a union of the artistes playing extras in films in Bombay and every junior artist had to shell a part of their income to this union. From 1958-1964 she was only an extra in Hindi films in films like Vallah Kya Baat Hai.Too young to be cast as leading lady, she started with bit roles only, but was not missed, and gradually graduated to lead roles in low budget B grade movies with Dara Sing as hero.

With Dara Sing she had 10 hit films of the 16 they did together from 1964-68. Mumtaz got the roles of supporting actress in A grade hit films like Sehra, Kaajal, Khandaan, Sawan Ki Ghata, Anpad, Hamraaz ,Pyar Kiye Jaa,Pati Patni, Mere Sanam, Suraj, Pathhar Ke Sanam, Ram Aur Shyam and Brahmachari. Then she was signed opposite Rajesh Khanna in Do Raaste in 1969. After release of Aradhana, Rajesh Khanna had become the superstar and his next 2 releases were Do Raate and Bandhan both with Mumtaz as his heroine. After release of these 2 films, Mumtaz became the highest paid Hindi actress from 1970-1976. She was extremely versatile, beautiful, charming, and stole everybody's heart by her captivating looks and inspired performances in each of her film. She quickly out-shadowed and dethroned the established queens in a very short time because of her histrionics. Mumtaz was sensitive, quick to understand and translate every nuance hinted at, onto the screen. Even in her brief roles against established actresses, she was the one who got noticed more and lingered in viewers memories for longer periods. 

She acted in more than 100 films during a short career span of 14 years, and there is not even a single film in which her performance could not be termed as excellent. In her very first film with significant banner and role, Khilona (1970), she won the most coveted Filmfare award in 1970. She has also been awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award by Filmfare in 1997. She was in the Marilyn Monroe mold; every man's fantasy woman. She outshone everybody because of the simple reason that she was so versatile that every role appeared as if it was written with just Mumtaz in mind. Whether the role was negative or positive, serious or light, she proved her worth. Whether the role was for an urbanite or rustic, majestic or pauper, innocent or vile, gentle or venomous, coy or flaunting, Mumtaz just fitted them like a glove. The public adulation for her is still strong. The response to the continuous spate of screening of her movies on various television channels, even after more than two decades of her self-retirement, proves her tremendous unending popularity due to her incomparable charisma.

Mumtaz quit Bollywood after she married Mayur Madhwani in 1974 but left India only after completing her films opposite Rajesh Khanna in 1976 and thereafter re-located to Britain. There she gave birth to two daughters, Natasha and Tanya. In 2006 Mumtaz was again in the headlines in India when Natasha got married to Feroz Khan's son, Fardeen Khan.

14 March 2015

Evergreen Emontion Melody Tujhse Bichhad Ke Zinda Hai from Yaadon Ke Mausam

It said that Indians are more emotional than any other geo located people around the globe and same strategies are seen in Bollywood moves too. Recently our editor in chief madam has asked to list a emotional song from Bollywood but it is a very tough job to selecting evergreen category. However, after digging 3 and half hours, it was watched a song "Tujhse Bichhad Ke Zinda Hai" from "Yaadon Ke Mausam." 

Evergreen Emontion Melody Tujhse Bichhad Ke Zinda Hai 


Now the tough parts of collection starts as there was neithe Wikipedia article nor IMDB article for the movie Yaadon Ke Mausam. Hence, the data about the movie were collected from random sources even I can not give assurance for correctness. The movie Yaadon Ke Mausam was written produced and directed by legend Mohammed Salahuddin Parvez (uncle of actor Aamir Khan) even the lyrics also written by Mohammed Salahuddin Parvez. The movie Yaadon Ke Mausam was released on 13th July-1990. The heart touching music composed by Anand Milind (Anand Shrivastav, Milind Shrivastav) and golden voices are given by Anuradha Paudwal and Asha Bhosle. Super acting were done by Beena, Ghazal, Kiran Kumar, Saeed Jaffrey, Sulbha Deshpande, Sushma Seth, Vikrant,Vijoy etc. 


Complete full lyrics of Tujhse Bichhad Ke Zinda Hai 

Tujhse bichhad ke jinda hai
Jaan bahut sharminda hai
Jaan bahut sharminda hai
Tujhse bichhad ke jinda hai,
Tujhse bichhad ke jinda hai
Jaan bahut sharminda hai
Jaan bahut sharminda hai

Tapti dopahri me teri
Aahat dil me ati thi
Tapti dopahri me teri
Aahat dil me ati thi
Baris se ek dil ke andar
Rimjim rag sunati thi
Ab ham or tapti dopahri
Beech me yade jinda hai
Jaan bahut sharminda hai
Jaan bahut sharminda hai

Sham ko aksar chat pe
Aakar dubta suraj takti thi
Sham ko aksar chat pe
Aakar dubta suraj takti thi
To uski lali janam
Hath ki mehandi lagti thi
Mehandi tu naraj na hona
Ham tujhse sharminda hai
Jaan bahut sharminda hai
Jaan bahut sharminda hai

Ham rahte the tujhse lipat kar
To kitna sach lagta tha
Ham rahte the tujhse lipat kar
To kitna sach lagta tha
Sard andheri raat me janam
Ek diya sa jalta tha
Ab teri virah ki raate
Nisle ki re tabinda hai
Jaan bahut sharminda hai
Jaan bahut sharminda hai
Tujhse bichhad ke jinda hai,
Tujhse bichhad ke jinda hai
Jaan bahut sarminda hai,
Jaan bahut sharminda hai.

I am sure , you have enjoyed the song and the heart touching lyrics of Salahuddin Parvez as his lyrics always touches the hearts of millions. 

04 March 2015

Evergreen duet of Shammi Kapoor and Sadhana Shivdasani: Sau Baras Ki Zindagi Se Achchhe Hain

Our editor in Chief madam has asked me to collect a best romantic evergreen duet from Bollywood. It is quite impossible to select a single song because there 1000s of romantic duets in Bollywood industry. However, Sadhana Shivdasani is one of my favourite actress in Bollywood industry. 


Hence, I have done a deep digging about her and romantic songs and finally I have got a evergreen duet from the movie Sachaai which was released in 1969. The movie Sachaai was directed K Shankar. The song "Sau Baras Ki Zindagi Se Achchhe Hain" was written by Rajendra Krishan and music composed by Shankar Jaikishan (Jaikishan Dayabhai Panchal and Shankar Singh Raghuvanshi). The golden voices are given Asha Bhosle, and Mohammed Rafi where lips were given by Shammi Kapoor and Sadhana Shivdasani. 

Watch best duet of Shammi Kapoor and Sadhana Shivdasani


Here complete lyrics of Sau Baras Ki Zindagi Se Achchhe Hain

So baras ki zindagi se achhe hai
Achhe hai pyar ke do char din
Pyar ke do char din
Jindagi ki har khusi se achhe hai
Achhe hai pyar ke do char din
Pyar ke do char din
So baras ki zindagi se achhe hai
Achhe hai pyar ke do char din
Pyar ke do char din

Pyar hi se ye jami hai
Pyar hi se aasma
Pyar hi se ye jami hai
Pyar hi se aasma
Pyar lekar sahara
Chal raha hai ye jaha
Pyar sabnam pyar shola
Pyar hi wade sabah
Phul kaliya chand tare
Sab mohabbat ke hai nisa
So baras ki zindagi se achhe hai
Achhe hai pyar ke do char din
Pyar ke do char din
Jindagi ki har khusi se achhe hai
Achhe hai pyar ke do char din
Pyar ke do char din

Ye mohabbat do dilo ka
Khubsurat raaz hai
Dil ki dhadkan jiski sargam
Hai yahi wo saj hai
Chahe bhawre ka ho nagma
Ya papihe ki sada
Pyar kahte hai jise
Wo ek hi awaz hai
So baras ki zindagi se achhe hai
Achhe hai pyar ke do char din
Pyar ke do char din
Jindagi ki har khusi se achhe hai
Achhe hai pyar ke do char din
Pyar ke do char din
Pyar ke do char din.

My thoughts: 

I am sure, it is one of the best romantic duet from Bollywood industry ever made. It is not only the melody but also carry the Hindustani Ragas on it even carries the words which impulse every heart all times.  


23 February 2015

Best Romantic Song of Ayesha Jhulka as Yeh Dhadkan Mere Dil Ki from Mashooq

It was 1992 when I was reading in 10th standard as the matriculation year. There was more restriction on my daily life activities for upcoming examination as well as I had recently got understand love and attraction on movies and Bollywood songs due to newly came Cable TV. Newly releases movie waved our soft hearts in high schools which was "Yeh Dhadkan Mere Dil Ki" from the movie Mashooq. 

The movie Mashooq was written, produced and directed by Mirza Brothers (Heemayun Mirza,Mahrukh Mirzaa and Sharookh Mirza) and it was released on 10th July, 1992. All the sngs are written by Indeevar (Shyamalal Babu Rai) and music composed by Shyam Sunder Premi (Shyam Sunder). The golden voices in this song are given by Kavita Krishnamurthy and Kumar Sanu. More interestingly the movie carries my favourite actress Ayesha Jhulka along with Ayub Khan, Kiran Kumar, Beena Banerjee, Raza Murad, Tabu and a few others. 

Complete lyrics of "Yeh Dhadkan Mere Dil Ki"


Yeh dhadkan mere dil ki mujase ye kehti hai
Pyaar ki paheli shehar sunehri
Pyaar ki paheli shehar sunehri
Thodi khatti meethi hey thodi thodi nasheeli
Yeh dhadkan mere dil ki mujase ye kehti hai
Pyaar ki paheli shehar sunehri
Thodi khatti meethi hey thodi thodi nasheeli
Yeh dhadkan mere dil ki mujase ye kehti hai

Aisa hashee mashooq mila hai
Saari umar hum dekha karenge
Aisa hashee mashooq mila hai
Saari umar hum dekha karenge
Aisey agar dekha hi karenge
Hum tum phir kab pyaar karenge
Jeete ji hum juda na honge
Yahi mohabbat kaheti hain
Yeh dhadkan mere dil ki mujase ye kehti hai
Yeh dhadkan mere dil ki mujase ye kehti hai

Iss duniya me choti si duniya
Choti si duniya me chota sa ghar ho
Iss duniya me choti si duniya
Choti si duniya me chota sa ghar ho
Pyaar ki jisme ho deewarein
Pyaar ki chatt ho pyaar ka darr ho
Dekha ke jisko log kahenge
Yahaan mohabbat rahati hai
Yeh dhadkan mere dil ki mujase ye kehti hai
Pyaar ki paheli shehar sunehri
Pyaar ki paheli shehar sunehri
Thodi khatti meethi hey thodi thodi nasheeli

Yeh dhadkan mere dil ki mujase ye kehti hai
Yeh dhadkan mere dil ki mujase ye kehti hai.

Summery Story of the movie Mashooq: 

Suman Rai belongs to a wealthy family and lives in a palatial house with two brothers, Kedarnath and Sandeep. She meets and falls in love with a middle-class man named Shankar Kumar. She introduces him to her brothers, who reject him outright, and ask Suman not to see or meet him again. Instead Suman asserts herself and gets married. Enraged at this, Sandeep takes a gun to stop the marriage, a fight ensues between him and Shankar, and Sandeep gets killed. The police arrest Shankar, and bring him up before the court, which finds him not guilty. But Kedarnath has found him guilty and refuses to have to do anything with him or his sister. Suman goes to live with Shankar and his younger brother, Karan. Years later, Karan has grown up and is in love with fellow collegian, Nisha. What Karan does not know that Nisha is Kedarnath's daughter, and neither Shankar nor Kedarnath will permit them to see each other any more, and if they do persist, there is more than a chance of history of repeating.

Collector's Feelings: 

Honestly, this song was deeply inspired me and my husband to fall in love then and we had got married in 2006. Still we hear this song when get free time daily.