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Published on 18 Apr 2012 | over 4 years ago

Song - aa neele gagan tale pyaar ham karen..enjoy
Movie - Badshah (1954)
Singers - Lata Mangeshkar,Hemant Kumar
Lyricist - Hasrat Jaipuri,
Music Director - Shankar ,Jaikishan
Cast - Mala Sinha,Pradeep Kumar,Usha Kiran,K N Singh,Aaga,Ulhas,Achla Sachdev
Director Amiya Chakrabarty.
Theme -Action family drama
LYRICS :-
aa neele gagan tale pyaar ham karen
hil mil ke pyaar ka iqaraar ham karen
aa neele ...

ye shaam ki bela ye madhur mast nazaare
baithe rahen ham yuunheen baahon ke sahaare
vo din na aaye intazaar ham karen
a neele gagan ...

do jaan hain ham aise mile ek hi ho jaayen
dhuundha kare duniya hamein ham pyaar mein kho jaayen
bechain bahaaron ko gulazaar ham karen
aa neele gagan tale ...

tu maang ka sinduur tu aankhon ka hai kaajal
le baandh le haathon ke kinaare se ye aanchal
saamane baithe raho shrringaar ham karen
aa neele gagan tale ...

SHANKAR JAIKISHAN ;- Melody was S-Js complete existence, a vast reservoir of joy. It was amazing, too, and far ahead of their time. Just listen to the prelude of Lata Mangeshkar-Hemant Kumars lilting number, Aa Neel Gagan Tale Pyar Hum Kare from Badshah [1954], and youll sure think you are listening to the first of Indias media-sponsored Mozart of Madras A R Rahmans AirTel jigs. Or, take this — the pounding tabla beats and surge of Latas Meri Tumhari Beech Mein from Jhuk Gaya Aasman [1968], resonating in Shaans Shubhanallah in Fanaa [2006]. Or, recall how the virtually sizzling Mohammed Rafi number, Jaan Pehchaan Ho from Gumnaam [1965], was made famous in a Hollywood movie, Ghost World [2001]. Or, listen to Nadeem-Shravans hit number, Tum Dil Ki Dhadkan Mein Rehte Ho from Dhadkan [2000], which is, quite simply, a facsimile of S-J-Latas melodious number, Mujhe Tum Milgaye Humdum, from Love In Tokyo [1966].

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