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Sond : Dl e nadan tujhe hua kya hai.. Mirza Galib,
Singer(s): Suraiya, Talat Mohamed
Lyricist : Mirza Ghalib (1954)
Music Director: Ghulam Mohammed
Cast: Suraiya,Bharat Bhushan, Durga Khote, Sadat Ali, , Ulhas
Director: Sohrab Modi
Producer: Minerva Movietone

LYRICS :-
dil-e-naadaa.n tujhe huaa kyaa hai
aakhir is dard kii davaa kyaa hai

ham hai.n mushtaaq aur vo bezaar
yaa ilaahii, ye maajaraa kyaa hai

mai.n bhii muh me.n zubaan rakhataa huu.N
kaash puuchho kii mudda kyaa hai

jabaki tujh bin nahii.n koI maujuud
phir ye ha.ngaamaa ai khudaa kyaa hai

ye parii-cheharaa log kaise hai.n
Gamazaa-o-ush{}vaa-o-adaa kyaa hai

shikane-zulafe-amabarii kyaa hai
nigaahe-chashme-surama saa kyaa hai

sabz-o-gul kahaa.N se aaye hai.n
abr kyaa chiiz hai, havaa kyaa hai

hamako unase vafaa ki hai ummiid
jo nahii.n jaanate vafaa kyaa hai

haa.N bhalaa kar, teraa bhalaa hogaa
aur daravesh kii sadaa kyaa hai

jaan tum par nisaar karataa huu.N
mai.n nahii.n jaanataa duaa kyaa hai..

Biography

Ghulam Mohammed was born in Bikaner, Rajasthan, into a family of musicians. His father, Nabi Baksh, was an accomplished tabla player.

He started his career as a child actor at age six with the Punjab-based New Albert Theatrical Company, he soon became popular and eventually became the Dance-Director of the company .

In 1924, he came to Bombay, where after a struggle of eight years, in 1932 he got the chance of playing tabla in Saroj Movietone's Productions' "Raja Bharthari".

In music composition, he first became an assistant, to noted music director, Naushad in Kargar Productions, and worked with him and Anil Biswas , for over 12 years, before giving music independently, in the film 'Tiger Queen' (1947). He went on to give music in many memorable films and even won the 1955 National Film Award for Best Music Direction for his film Mirza Ghalib (1954). His score for Pakeezah is still considered one of the all time great music scores in Indian Cinema .

He died on 17 March 1968, much before his magnum opus, Pakeezah was released.

In 1997, he was honored, in the 'Keep Alive' music show series in Mumbai, that honors all-time film music composers of India .

An extensive audio - visual programme on Ghulam Mohammed was presented by Mumbai based music troupe MUSICOLOR in 2010 where music lovers cherished the composers gems

Ghulam Mohammed was an Indian film score composer, who is most remembered for his work in Hindi musical hits films like, Mirza Ghalib (1954), Shama (1961) and Pakeezah (1972).

He received National Film Award for Best Music Direction for his film Mirza Ghalib (1954) . His last film, Pakeezah was held up for many years, and was released after his death
Throughout his life he served music, but in return of nothing. He became a victim of the dirty politics of Hindi cinema.

He received National Film Award for Best Music Direction for his film Mirza Ghalib (1954) . His last film, Pakeezah was held up for many years, and was released after his death
After 'Aan', Ghulam started working independently. With films like 'Paaras

Mohammad got the President's award for his film "Mirza Ghalib". 'Phir Mujhe Deeda-e-Tar Yaad Aaya..', 'Ishq Mujhko Nahi Vehshat Hi Sahi..' and 'Dil-e-Naadan Tujhe Hua Kya Hai..' were the most popular ghazals of Mirza Ghalib

But at any rate, even today, compositions like 'Inhi Logon Ne..' and 'Chalo Dildar Chalo..' linger the memory of Ghulam Mohammad. The only regrettable fact is that Ghulam Mohammad's talent was acknowledged only after his death.

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