Here are two new old songs that I recently discovered.
1. Chunnu patang ko kehte hai hai kite (Zameen Ke Taare, 1960) : I listened to this lovely duet by Asha Bhosle and Sudha Malhotra and fell in love with it instantly. I had thought of including this in my Children’s Day post, but couldn’t wait for so long 🙂
My school in Bhutan was on top of a hill and we had to climb up everyday – it used to be around half an hour walk (it was quite a steep hill, so we didn’t have any conveyance and there was no proper road as well. It used to be a little path in between a pine forest). How I wish I had known this song during my school days. It would have been so much fun going to school everyday singing something like this. This song, however reminds me of Ichak daana bichak daana.
2. Chhaya hua hai kadhki ka mausam (Pick Pocket, 1962) : Composed by Sardar Malik and written by Gulshan Bawra, it’s a very entertaining duet by Rafi and Suman Kalyanpur :-). I don’t know who it is picturised on, couldn’t find anything about the movie. There’s no video available for this :-(. Would have loved to see it.
There are few other songs that I came across lately like Aaye ho bahaar banke lubha kar chale gaye rendered by Rafi and Ae mere dildar by Rafi and Geeta Dutt. But then if I actually start thinking, I will end up sitting awake the whole night. So am off to sleep now. More songs some other day.
Am leaving for Coorg tomorrow for an extended weekend. I will be back on Tuesday. Till then Happy blogging and keep watching lots of movies and listening to lots of songs.
Tags: Aaye ho bahaar banke lubha kar chale gaye, Ae mere dildar, Asha Bhosle, Chhaya Hua Hai Kadhki Ka Mausam, Chunnu patang ko kehte hai hai kite, Geeta Dutt, Gulshan Bawra, Pick Pocket (1962), Rafi, Sardar Malik, Sudha Malhotra, Zameen Ke Taare (1960)