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Hits of Kishore (Devanagri and Roman)
Hits of Kishore (Devanagri and Roman)
Description
About Kishore Kumar
Birthplace: Khandwa

Profession: Playback Singer, Bollywood.

Kishore kumar's was the second golden male voice that the film industry produced. , the first being that of Kundan Lal Sehgal. Besides being a Singer, Kishore was a talented actor and comedian who stood out for his performances. He made his mark as an accomplished film and music director.

He was born as Abhas Kumar Ganguly in Khadwa. As a child, he had been mischievous and loved playing pranks on everyone around him. His penchant for effortless comedy perhaps, came from his early days of pranks and mimicry. And there were directors like Kalidas (Half Ticket) and Satyen Bose (Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi) and actor-director Keshto Mukherjee (co-star in Padosan) who realised this potential and cashed in on his unusual brand of humour with stupendous success.

At the age of 18, he came to Bombay where alder brother Ashok Kumar was a major star. He got his first opportunity as a singer in Bombay Talkies Ziddi (1948) where he sang the song Marne Ki Duayen Kyon Mangu for Dev Anand. Being an ardent admirer of K.L. Saigal, the song was sung in the style of the legend. But in spite of Ziddi's success. Kishore found few offers forthcoming and did the odd singing assignment with bit roles making a rather tepid acting debut as hero in the forgettable Andolen (1951). After his marriage to Ruma Devi resulted in a spilt in the family, Kishore approached S.D. Burman who had given him an opportunity in Pyar (1950) where interestingly he had sung for Raj Kapoor. Burmanda gave him the song Qusoor Aapka in Bahar (1951) which became a hit. As he got more singing assignments. He also began being offered leading roles in films. Kishore was initially taken quite lightly as a singer and was given mainly lighter songs by Burmanda and other music directors. But with the soulful Dukhi Man Mere from. From Funtoosh (1956), Kishore was now taken seriously as a singer. Though he was formally untrained, he assimilated jazz-scat fragmented musical notes into a rhythmic sequence and once its beat was established, departed from the pattern and combined notes and words/syllables into new kinds of musical harmony.

Kishore reached his peak as an actor with the Zany comedy Chalti ka Naam Gaadi (1958) which starred all the three Ganguly brother and Madhubala. Kishore and Madhubala matched each other step for step in this comic caper with Burmanda composing such lighthearted ditties as Haal Kaisa Hai Jannab Ka and Paanch Rupaiya Barah Anna. After Kishore's marriage to Ruma Devi disintegrated, he married Madhubala The two starred in Jhumroo (1961), which Kishore produced and directed. He Ticket (1962) with the two of them saw Kishore at his madcap best impersonating a 12 year old!

Door Gagan ki Chaon Main (1964) further confirmed Kishore's acting talent as he scored heavily in a rather serious film. But the 60s also saw Kishore fall from grace as beset by tex problems he was reduced to doing B-films with the likes Kum Kum. He had the odd singing assignment for Dev Anand in Guide (1965) and Jewel Thief (1967) but that was all. The turning point came with Aradhana (1969). Though Burmanda used Kishore as what he called his second service, his songs for Rajesh Khanna – Mere Sapnon ki Rani and Kora Kagaz Tha Yeh Man Mere proved super duper hit ahead of the Mohd. Rafi songs for the same film. It was a second coming and there was no turning back. Kishore formed a solid hit pairing with Rajesh Khanna and in the early 70s the duo churned out hit after hit. He overtook all competition and was the undisputed number one male playback singer of Hindi films, his voice publising with verve and exuberance.

Contents

Index
(A)
Are Deevaano Mujhe pahachaano9
Are-Are – Are –ye - ye11
Apnee to jaise taise13
Andheri raati main Soonsaan Raho par15
Agar Saaj Chhedaa Taraane banenge17
Akelaa gaya thaa main naa aayaa akelaa19
Aankhon main baat hone do21
Aae tum yaad mujhe23
Aaj Ronaa padaa to samjhe –Girl Friend25
Ai… Tumne Kabhee kisee pyaar kiyaa hai27
Aisee haseen Chaandanee pahle29
Ai yaar sun yaare teree31
chupke se dil de de33
(B)
Bachanaa e haseenon35
Baagon mein bahaar hai37
Bhool gaya sab kuchh39
Bhole O bhole41
Bheegee – Bheegee - raatoy43
Bhanvaren kee gunjan hai meraa dil45
(C)
Chalte – chalte mere ye geet47
Chal chal chal mere Shatee49
Chhedo Naa meree julphen51
Chhotee-see ye duniyaa52
Chhooker mere man ko53
(D)
Dil aisaa kisee ne55
Dukhee man mere57
Din, maheene, saal69
Dekhaa phoolon ko61
Duniyaa o Duniyaa63
Deevaanaa le ke aayaa hai65
Dekho O Deevaano67
Dilbar Jaanee69
Dil Dil se milaakar dekho71
Dheere se jaanaa Khatiyan mein73
(E)
Ek Khabar aaee75
Ek Raastaa hai Jindagee77
(G)
Gaate rahe meraa Dil 79
Geet gaataa hoon mein81
Gaa gaa gaa gaae jaa83
Gum hai kisee ke pyaar mein85
Gore rang pe naa itna gumaan kar87
Ghunghroo kee tarah89
(H)
Ham devaphaa hargij naa the91
Ham hain raahee pyaar ke93
Hamen tumse pyaar kitnaa95
Ho chehraa hai yaa chaand khilaa97
(I)
Ik ajnabee haseenaa se99
(J)
Jindagee, hansane gaane ke lie101
Jeevan ke Saphar mein raahhee103
Jindgee ik saphar hai suhaana105
Jaane kaise kab kahaan107
Jindagee pyaar kaa geet hai109
Jindagee ka Saphar111
Jaanoo Meree jaan133
Jeejaajee, jeejaajee meri115
Jaroorat hai Jaroorat hai117
Jeevan mein too Darnaa naheen119
(K)
Koraa thaa man meraa121
Koee hanseenaa jab rooth jaatee hai123
Kabhee sochataa hoon ke main125
Kuchh to log kanehge127
Kajaraa lagaa ke129
Khilte hain gul yahaan131
Khijaan ke phool pe133
(M)
Mere saamne vaalee Khidakee mein135
Mere mahboob kayaamat hogee137
Meraa jeevan koraa kaagaj139
Meraa jeevan kuchh kaam naa aayaa141
Musaaphir hoon yaaro143
Meree bheegee bheegee see145
Maanaa janaab ne pukaaraa naheen147
Mere nainaa saavan bhaadon 149
Meet naa milaa re man kaa 151
Mile jitnee sharaab153
Main pyaasaa tum saavan155
Main tochalaa jidhar chale rastaa157
(N)
Naach meree bulbul159
Neend churaa ke raaton mein 161
Najraanaa bhejaakisee ne pyaar kaa 163
Pyaar deevaanaa hota hai165
(O)
O Bevaphaa ye to bataa167
O…. Jalataa hai jiyaa meraa169
O mere dil ke chain171
O saathee re tere binaa kyaa jeenaa 173
Oree havaa dheere sa chal175
(P)
Pyaar kar liyaa to kyaa177
Pyaar – Pyaar – Pyaar – Pyaar – Pyaar 179
Phoolon kaa taaron kaa sabkaa kahnaa181
Phalak se modkar dekha183
(R)
Raat kalee ek khvaab mein aaee185
Ronaa, kabhee naheen ronaa187
(S)
Sun jaa O thundee havaa189
(T)
Thandee havaa ye chaandanee suhaanee191
Tere mere Milan kee ye rainaa193
Tere binaa jindagee se koee195
Teraa Mujhse hai pahale kaa197
Tum aa gae ho199
(V)
Vo shaam kuchh ajeeb Thee201
Vakt thodaa saa – abhee kuchh203
(Y)
Yahaan-vahaan saare jahaan mein205
Ye jo muhbbat hai207
Ye dil na hotaa bechaaraa 209
Ye jeevan hai, Is Jeevan kaa211
Ye shaam mastaanee213
Ye raaten, ye mausam215
Yaar hamaaree baat suno217
Ye laal roung kab mujhe chhodegaa219
Ye dostee ham naheen todenge221
Yaaro Aao khushee manaao223
Ye kyaa huaa kaise huaa224

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About Kishore Kumar
Birthplace: Khandwa

Profession: Playback Singer, Bollywood.

Kishore kumar's was the second golden male voice that the film industry produced. , the first being that of Kundan Lal Sehgal. Besides being a Singer, Kishore was a talented actor and comedian who stood out for his performances. He made his mark as an accomplished film and music director.

He was born as Abhas Kumar Ganguly in Khadwa. As a child, he had been mischievous and loved playing pranks on everyone around him. His penchant for effortless comedy perhaps, came from his early days of pranks and mimicry. And there were directors like Kalidas (Half Ticket) and Satyen Bose (Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi) and actor-director Keshto Mukherjee (co-star in Padosan) who realised this potential and cashed in on his unusual brand of humour with stupendous success.

At the age of 18, he came to Bombay where alder brother Ashok Kumar was a major star. He got his first opportunity as a singer in Bombay Talkies Ziddi (1948) where he sang the song Marne Ki Duayen Kyon Mangu for Dev Anand. Being an ardent admirer of K.L. Saigal, the song was sung in the style of the legend. But in spite of Ziddi's success. Kishore found few offers forthcoming and did the odd singing assignment with bit roles making a rather tepid acting debut as hero in the forgettable Andolen (1951). After his marriage to Ruma Devi resulted in a spilt in the family, Kishore approached S.D. Burman who had given him an opportunity in Pyar (1950) where interestingly he had sung for Raj Kapoor. Burmanda gave him the song Qusoor Aapka in Bahar (1951) which became a hit. As he got more singing assignments. He also began being offered leading roles in films. Kishore was initially taken quite lightly as a singer and was given mainly lighter songs by Burmanda and other music directors. But with the soulful Dukhi Man Mere from. From Funtoosh (1956), Kishore was now taken seriously as a singer. Though he was formally untrained, he assimilated jazz-scat fragmented musical notes into a rhythmic sequence and once its beat was established, departed from the pattern and combined notes and words/syllables into new kinds of musical harmony.

Kishore reached his peak as an actor with the Zany comedy Chalti ka Naam Gaadi (1958) which starred all the three Ganguly brother and Madhubala. Kishore and Madhubala matched each other step for step in this comic caper with Burmanda composing such lighthearted ditties as Haal Kaisa Hai Jannab Ka and Paanch Rupaiya Barah Anna. After Kishore's marriage to Ruma Devi disintegrated, he married Madhubala The two starred in Jhumroo (1961), which Kishore produced and directed. He Ticket (1962) with the two of them saw Kishore at his madcap best impersonating a 12 year old!

Door Gagan ki Chaon Main (1964) further confirmed Kishore's acting talent as he scored heavily in a rather serious film. But the 60s also saw Kishore fall from grace as beset by tex problems he was reduced to doing B-films with the likes Kum Kum. He had the odd singing assignment for Dev Anand in Guide (1965) and Jewel Thief (1967) but that was all. The turning point came with Aradhana (1969). Though Burmanda used Kishore as what he called his second service, his songs for Rajesh Khanna – Mere Sapnon ki Rani and Kora Kagaz Tha Yeh Man Mere proved super duper hit ahead of the Mohd. Rafi songs for the same film. It was a second coming and there was no turning back. Kishore formed a solid hit pairing with Rajesh Khanna and in the early 70s the duo churned out hit after hit. He overtook all competition and was the undisputed number one male playback singer of Hindi films, his voice publising with verve and exuberance.

Contents

Index
(A)
Are Deevaano Mujhe pahachaano9
Are-Are – Are –ye - ye11
Apnee to jaise taise13
Andheri raati main Soonsaan Raho par15
Agar Saaj Chhedaa Taraane banenge17
Akelaa gaya thaa main naa aayaa akelaa19
Aankhon main baat hone do21
Aae tum yaad mujhe23
Aaj Ronaa padaa to samjhe –Girl Friend25
Ai… Tumne Kabhee kisee pyaar kiyaa hai27
Aisee haseen Chaandanee pahle29
Ai yaar sun yaare teree31
chupke se dil de de33
(B)
Bachanaa e haseenon35
Baagon mein bahaar hai37
Bhool gaya sab kuchh39
Bhole O bhole41
Bheegee – Bheegee - raatoy43
Bhanvaren kee gunjan hai meraa dil45
(C)
Chalte – chalte mere ye geet47
Chal chal chal mere Shatee49
Chhedo Naa meree julphen51
Chhotee-see ye duniyaa52
Chhooker mere man ko53
(D)
Dil aisaa kisee ne55
Dukhee man mere57
Din, maheene, saal69
Dekhaa phoolon ko61
Duniyaa o Duniyaa63
Deevaanaa le ke aayaa hai65
Dekho O Deevaano67
Dilbar Jaanee69
Dil Dil se milaakar dekho71
Dheere se jaanaa Khatiyan mein73
(E)
Ek Khabar aaee75
Ek Raastaa hai Jindagee77
(G)
Gaate rahe meraa Dil 79
Geet gaataa hoon mein81
Gaa gaa gaa gaae jaa83
Gum hai kisee ke pyaar mein85
Gore rang pe naa itna gumaan kar87
Ghunghroo kee tarah89
(H)
Ham devaphaa hargij naa the91
Ham hain raahee pyaar ke93
Hamen tumse pyaar kitnaa95
Ho chehraa hai yaa chaand khilaa97
(I)
Ik ajnabee haseenaa se99
(J)
Jindagee, hansane gaane ke lie101
Jeevan ke Saphar mein raahhee103
Jindgee ik saphar hai suhaana105
Jaane kaise kab kahaan107
Jindagee pyaar kaa geet hai109
Jindagee ka Saphar111
Jaanoo Meree jaan133
Jeejaajee, jeejaajee meri115
Jaroorat hai Jaroorat hai117
Jeevan mein too Darnaa naheen119
(K)
Koraa thaa man meraa121
Koee hanseenaa jab rooth jaatee hai123
Kabhee sochataa hoon ke main125
Kuchh to log kanehge127
Kajaraa lagaa ke129
Khilte hain gul yahaan131
Khijaan ke phool pe133
(M)
Mere saamne vaalee Khidakee mein135
Mere mahboob kayaamat hogee137
Meraa jeevan koraa kaagaj139
Meraa jeevan kuchh kaam naa aayaa141
Musaaphir hoon yaaro143
Meree bheegee bheegee see145
Maanaa janaab ne pukaaraa naheen147
Mere nainaa saavan bhaadon 149
Meet naa milaa re man kaa 151
Mile jitnee sharaab153
Main pyaasaa tum saavan155
Main tochalaa jidhar chale rastaa157
(N)
Naach meree bulbul159
Neend churaa ke raaton mein 161
Najraanaa bhejaakisee ne pyaar kaa 163
Pyaar deevaanaa hota hai165
(O)
O Bevaphaa ye to bataa167
O…. Jalataa hai jiyaa meraa169
O mere dil ke chain171
O saathee re tere binaa kyaa jeenaa 173
Oree havaa dheere sa chal175
(P)
Pyaar kar liyaa to kyaa177
Pyaar – Pyaar – Pyaar – Pyaar – Pyaar 179
Phoolon kaa taaron kaa sabkaa kahnaa181
Phalak se modkar dekha183
(R)
Raat kalee ek khvaab mein aaee185
Ronaa, kabhee naheen ronaa187
(S)
Sun jaa O thundee havaa189
(T)
Thandee havaa ye chaandanee suhaanee191
Tere mere Milan kee ye rainaa193
Tere binaa jindagee se koee195
Teraa Mujhse hai pahale kaa197
Tum aa gae ho199
(V)
Vo shaam kuchh ajeeb Thee201
Vakt thodaa saa – abhee kuchh203
(Y)
Yahaan-vahaan saare jahaan mein205
Ye jo muhbbat hai207
Ye dil na hotaa bechaaraa 209
Ye jeevan hai, Is Jeevan kaa211
Ye shaam mastaanee213
Ye raaten, ye mausam215
Yaar hamaaree baat suno217
Ye laal roung kab mujhe chhodegaa219
Ye dostee ham naheen todenge221
Yaaro Aao khushee manaao223
Ye kyaa huaa kaise huaa224

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