Directed by Rahul Bose
At one crucial point in the telling of this simple and heartwarming tale of a tribal girl’s climb from the pits to Himalayan heights, Rahul Bose playing an upright bureaucrat, asks the little Andhra girl what is her purpose for climbing the Everest.
“I have no purpose. I just want to do it,” she tells her mentor honestly.
The simple confessional articulation exemplifies this film’s mood. So rich in its message, so far-flung in its intentions and purpose and yet so intimate in treatment and execution, Rahul Bose wins you over with his honesty of purpose. There is no duplicitous bones in the structure of this film.Sure, there are passages in this motivational tale that follow the rags-to-riches trajectory with textbookish precision.
But the heart is unweariedly in the right place, bringing to the
Now in the 50th year anniversary of Teesri Manzil, the film’s leading lady Asha Parekh has paid a tribute of sorts to the Nasir Hussain musical. The 73 year old veteran actress, who continues to make social appearances, has just made her debut on Dubsmash. The song that she chose? ‘O Mere Sona Re Sona Re’.
Char Shanivaar – Music by Amaal Malik, Vocals by Vishal Dadlani and Amaal Malik, Lyrics by Shabbir Ahmed, Rap by Baadshah
The album opens up with the peppy number Char Shanivaar. Possibly one of the youngest Music Directors, Amaal Malik is back with yet another foot tapping number after his previous hit ‘Sooraj Dooba Hai Yaaron’ from Roy. Char Shanivaar sets the fun mood with its quirky lyric and party-like feel. The song has vocals by Vishal Dadlani,
List of songs penned by Majrooh Sultanpuri are long. They range from K. L. Saigal's Jab Dil Hi Toot Gaya.. (Shahjahan) to Aamir Khan's Pehla Nasha.. (Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar). Other hits songs include Jaane Walo Zara Mudh Ke Dekho Mujhe... (Dosti), Jalte Hain Jiske Liye... (Sujata), Kya Hua Tera Vada... (Hum Kisise Kum Naheen), Ek Din Bik Jayega Maati Ke Mol... (Dharam Karam) etc.
Once for the movie Chirag (1969), staring Sunil Dutt and Asha Parekh, film director Raj Khosla asked Majrooh Sahab to pen a song which could emphasize the beauty of eye because the film's plot centered on the heroine's attractive eyes and how her world goes
The 80-year-old singer said that till the 80s film music was good before slowly waning because the lyricists such as Sahir Ludhianvi Sahab, Majrooh Sultanpuri, Shakeel Badayuni, and H.S. Bihari were no longer there, Gulf News reported.
Bhosle said now anything and everything sells because if one keeps eating rubbish, ultimately, they will get used to it, thinking that it's good.
She added similarly, if one keeps listening to cheap songs, they will start enjoying them and that's how the public works, as they will take anything as long as it's free.
Bhosle cited examples of songs having lyrics like.
The “Love in” series started with Joy Mukerji debuting with the blockbuster hit Love in Simla in 1958, followed by the golden jubilee hit Love in Tokyo in 1966. ‘Love in Bombay’ completes the trilogy when it releases this august, 40 years after its production in 1973.
In the movie, directed and acted by Joy Mukerji, co-stars late Ashok Kumar, Waheeda Rehman, Rehman and the versatile virtuoso Kishore Kumar. The music is composed by Shankar-Jaikishan and lyrics are penned by Majrooh Sultanpuri.
Love in Bombay is an adventurous romantic tale about an innocent,
The film made in 1973 completes the series started with Mukerji’s acting debut in the blockbuster hit Love in Simla in 1958, followed by the golden jubilee hit Love in Tokyo in 1966.
Along with Joy Mukerji, the film features Ashok Kumar, Waheeda Rehman, Rehman and Kishore Kumar. The music is composed by Shankar-Jaikishan and lyrics are penned by Majrooh Sultanpuri.
Love in Bombay is an adventurous romantic tale about an innocent, young man, Badal (Joy Mukerji), who meets an arrogant city girl, Preeti (Waheeda Rehman), on a ship. When the ship gets caught up in the eye of a storm, Badal saves Preeti’s life and they along with a few
Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak was one of few films under the romantic genre that released in the 1980s; during an era which was dominated by action-oriented films. “Not only were we nobodies at the time… I know while we were making it… because it was so different from the films that were happening at the time, the crew would
Apparently, the idea came to the Nightingale after surveying the current musical scene. Says a source close to Mangeshkar, "Didi's voice is in amazing form these days. She sounds in peak form. She has seldom felt more enthused in recent years. She wants to do something special. Film lyrics and compositions don't inspire her any more, so she decided to sift through the works of eminent Hindi poets to sing their lines. Among the poets she has zeroed in on are Mathailisharan Gupt and Harivanshrai Bachchan. Many more unsung poets would figure in her album which would be the ultimate homage to Hindi poets."
Shedding light on her ambitious project, Lataji says,
A guided biography of legends who gave the Hindi film industry some of its most iconic movies and music, the show will see Akhtar taking viewers on a journey through the success stories of these stars.
The veteran writer is upbeat about his new role on Zee Classic.
'These are the people whom I admired when I was in school and college. And when you idolise someone,.
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