Published on 27 Apr 2010 | over 7 years ago
Song ; apase pyar hua jata hai....
Movie: Shama (1961)
Singer : Suraiyya
Music Director : Ghulam Mohammad
Lyricist /Dialogue writer : Kaifi Azmi
Cast : Suraiya,nimmi,Vijay Dutt,Lalita Pawar,Tuntun,M.Kumar, Kammo, Mumtaz Begum,Tarun Bose,
Director /Story writer : Lekhraj Bhakri
Producer : Tasweeristan
Genere : Drama | Family | Romance
aap se pyaar huaa jaataa hai
khel dushvaar huaa jaataa hai
tumane kyo.n pyaar se dekhaa mujhako - 2
dard bedaar huaa jaataa hai
is tamanna me.n ki tum doge sazaa, tum doge sazaa
dil gunaahaGaar hu_aa jaataa hai
dil jo har qaid se ghabaraataa thaa, ghabaraataa thaa
Kud hii giraftaar huaa jaataa hai,,,
ABOUT SURAIYA ;-
Suraiya Jamaal Sheikh (15 June 1929 - 31 January 2004) was a singer and actress in Indian films in the 40s and 50s, and was popularly known by her first name Suraiya.
Suraiya was born in Gujranwala, Punjab, (which is in Pakistan since 1947), and was the only child of her parents. She was a plain-looking girl and was not formally trained in music; yet she went on to become a successful singing actress.
She attended New Girls' also known as J.B. Petit High School for Girls, in Fort, Bombay (Mumbai). She received religious teachings in Persian at home.
Suraiya made her debut as a child artist in Usne Kya Socha (1937). She got a prominent role as a child artist with the help of her uncle Zahoor, who was then a popular villain actor. During a holiday from school in 1941, she accompanied him to Mohan Studios to see the shooting of the film Taj Mahal which was being directed by Nanubhai Vakil. Vakil noticed Suraiya and not having in his mind at that time any particular young girl to play the role of young Mumtaz Mahal in Taj mahal, selected Suraiya to play that role..
Music director Naushad once heard Suraiya's voice on All India Radio while she sang for a children's program, and chose her to sing as a 13 year old for Mehtaab in Kardar's film Sharda (1942).
As an actress, Suraiya had an edge over her contemporaries Kamini Kaushal and Nargis because she could sing her own songs. After three hits Pyar Ki Jeet (1948), Badi Bahen, and Dillagi (1949), she became the highest paid female star. But her reign at the top was brief; her films started flopping in the 1950s. She made a comeback in Waaris and Mirza Ghalib (1954). Rustom Sohrab (1963) was her last film.
PERSONAL LIFE AND ROMANCE ;-
Suraiya was romantically involved with actor Dev Anand. The two of them costarred in six films between 1948 and 1951. During the shooting of a film, a boat capsized and Dev Anand saved Suraiya from drowning. She fell in love with him, but her grandmother opposed the relationship. Suraiya remained unmarried all her life.
Suraiya lived in her apartment on Marine Drive in Mumbai until her death in 2004 at age 75..
She was interred at Badakabarastan in Marine Lines, Mumbai.. Wikipedia
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