Mann Re Tu Kahe Na Dheer Dhare – Day 990

By 19 December, 2016Films
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Indian cinema is recognized by its story telling and dialogues. Talkies came into India in thirties when our films began to express in words and songs. In the following days I will travel you to the changing sound in Hindi feature films over the decades.

1931: “De de khuda ke naam pe…” / singer WM Khan/ Alam Ara

1934: “Baba mann ki aankhein khol” KL Saigal / Dhoop Chaon

“Prem nagar mein banungi ghar main tajke sab sansar” KL Saigal /Chandidas

1935: “Aaj se main hunterwali hoon…aur log mujhe hunterwali bolein” Mary Evans /Hunterwali

1936: “Balamaayo basso mere mann mein” K L Saigal / Devdas

“Jab tak ye badle ka bhaav mann mein zinda hai, tabhi tak main issanyayi samaj ke majboot pattharo se takraati rahungi” Shanta Apte /Amar Jyoti

1937: “Jya bhakti nazorawar tushodhukadhli mala, tasa mala hi majha Panduranga la shodhukadhay cha mala” Vishnupant Pagnis /Sant Tukaram

1938: “Babul mora naihar chooto re jaye…” Wajid Ali Shah’s lyrics sung by KL Saigal/ Street  Singer

1939:  “Chalo jaldi karo, prem ka bazaar shuru hua hai” /Aadmi

 

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