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Kannada Movie Phool Aur Insaan Full Movie



He started off as a Fight Instructor in the 1956 movie Heer. He was cast as villain and composed stunts for numerous Hindi and Kannada cinema in the 1970s. He was an action director, doing over 700 films, including cult films like Don, The Great Gambler, Trishul and Deewaar.[5] Shetty also starred with MGR, in Navarathinam (1977) Tamil movie.




Kannada Movie Phool Aur Insaan Full Movie


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The association of Nadeem Akhtar Saifi and Shravan dates back to 1973 when they met each other at a function. Their first film assignment was Dangal, a Bhojpuri movie in 1973 (released in 1977) which featured the popular Bhojpuri song "Kashi hile, Patna hile" sung by Manna Dey.[7] Their first Hindi movie assignment was Maine Jeena Seekh Liya in 1981 sung by Amit Kumar. In 1985, the duo composed music for a commercial project called Star Ten. Ten Hindi actors (Mithun, Jackie Shroff, Anil Kapoor, Sachin, Danny, Vijendra, Sulakshana Pandit, etc.) sang some songs with lyrics by Anwar Saagar.[8] All the while, they struggled to get work and rarely did they get to compose the music for a full film. They suddenly found work, and in 1989, two big movies were released: Ilaaka, Hisaab Khoon Ka. All of these films flopped at the box office and the music was rejected by audiences and critics alike.


As you are already aware, these blogs are being recreated from the posts on my Facebook page Lyrical wherein I started with this theme of giving you the best raaga based songs in Hindi movies on the 8th of Aug 2015. Presently, I am on my 22nd Raaga: Raag Lalit. I have already given you blogs on Raaga Bhairavi (Part I, II and III), Yaman or Kalyan (Part I, II and III), Jhinjhoti (Part I, II), Darbari Kanada (Part I, II, and III), Bhimpalasi (Part I and II) and Raag Khammaj, which make only six of the twenty-two Raagas. This means that I have to make a determined effort to catch up. I have therefore decided to start giving you Raagas even as I put up on Lyrical, in addition to the back-log.


The cover picture that I have put up is that of Hema Malini in the 1979 movie Meera in which she was in the title role. She is singing a Meerabai bhajan: Ae ri main to prem diwani. It comes close to the description of the Raaga.


As soon as I start with a Raaga, as is usual for me, I think of the combine of Shakeel Badayuni with Naushad Ali. The 1952 movie Baiju Bawra was the only movie for which Naushad was given the Filmfare Award. Each one of its songs is based on some Raag or the other.


Insaan Bano was sung by Mohammad Rafi for Bharat Bhushan who acted in the title role. When a group of dacoits attack the village in which he and Gauri (Meena Kumari who got the Filmfare award for Best Actress for the movie, one of the four that she got) live, Baiju sings this song to them to appeal to them to spare the village and become human. In the end, they take him away and spare the village.


The 1954 movie Nagin had some of the best music by Hemant Kumar. The movie starred Pradeep Kumar and Vyjayanthimala as children of two rival snake venom catchers groups with such intense enmity between them that a match between them was an impossibility. However, in the end, as always, Love wins.


The movie had the magical been sound by Kalyanji who was at that time assistant to Hemant as music director. Lyrics of this song that I have selected, the characteristic pensive mood of Raag Todi, were by Rajinder Krishan and Lata Mangeshkar sang it for Vyjayanthimala.


Their 1965 movie Himalaya Ki God Mein had equally super-hit numbers such as Chand si mehbooba ho meri, Ek tu jo mila, ek tu na mila, O tuu raat khadi thi chhat pe, Kankariya maar ke jagaaya, and the number that I am presenting now: Main to ek khwaab hoon.


Continuing with the pensive mood of Raag Todi (as I told you on the first day, there are Raag Todi songs in festive mood too), this one is not from Hindi movie but from a Pakistani movie. Noorjehan of Awaaz de kahan hai (in the Hindi movie) sang it. Qateel Shifai who penned my favourite Mehdi Hasan ghazal: Zindagi mein to sabhi pyaar kiya karte hain, wrote this one too. Music was composed by Khurshid Anwar.


Vasant Desai as a music director and composer had been giving us beautifully composed songs for V Shantaram movies (Do Aankhen Barha Haath wherein his song Ai maalik tere bande ham became an iconic bhajan; and Jhanak Jahnak Payal Baaje). Bharat Vyas penned those lyrics for him. He also gave us songs for Sant Gyaneshwar (with my favourite: Jyot se jyot jalaate chalo), Sampooran Ramayan and Goonj Uthi Shehnai. He also composed for Hrishikesh Mukherjee movies Guddi (Bole re papihara and Hamako mann ki shakti dena) and Aashirwaad.


Predictably, the name of this 1963 movie was Mujhe Jeene Do. Sahir Ludhianvi did full justice to the lyrics of this song and others in the movie including: Nadi naare naa jayo Shyam paiyyan padhun; and Raat bhi hai kuchh bheegi bheegi.


Jaidev, who paired with Sahir Ludhianvi in Dev Anand double role starrer Hum Dono (as a Captain and Major in the Army) and gave us delightful songs such as Abhi na jaayo chhod kar, Main zindagi ka saath nibhaata chal gaya, and Kabhi khud pe kabhi halaat pe rona aaye, gave us this beautiful number, the last song in the movie.


Suman Kalyanpur is a Bangladesh descendant singer who made good name for herself in Hindi movies. She has sung nearly a thousand songs and her singing style is sometimes mistaken for Lata Mangeshkar. Although a great singer, she has been rather unfortunate in that she never received any Filmfare or National awards.


Once upon a time, a Muslim from Gujarat, almost won the Best Foreign Film award in Academy Awards (Oscars) for his 1957 film Mother India, arguably the most well known of Indian movies amongst foreign audiences (and not just Indians settled abroad).


Mehboob Khan was born Mehboob Khan Ramzan Khan in Bilimora in Gandevi Taluka of Baroda State (now Gujarat) on 9 September 1907. He was a pioneer director-producer of Hindi movies and has the famous Mehboob Studio (still functional) in Bandra, Mumbai, to his credit.


He started with 1935 movie Al Hilal (Judgment of Allah) and went on to make highly successful, some iconic and memorable movies such as Deccan Queen (1936), Alibaba and Aurat (in 1940), Andaz (1949), Aan (1951), Amar (1954), Mother India (1957) and Son of India (1962).


The team of lyricist Shakeel Badayuni and music director Naushad Ali was his favourite and he took the pair for several movies including Mother India and Son of India. They never failed him.


The very first song is from the 1990 movie Lekin that was based on a short story Kshudhit Pashaan by Rabindranath Tagore. The versatile lyricist, story and dialogue writer, screenplay writer director Gulzar directed the movie that starred Vinod Khanna, Dimple Kapadia, Amjad Khan, Alok Nath, and Beena Banerjee, and featured a special appearance by Hema Malini.


The song that I have selected for you has been penned by Bharat Vyas (as most songs in V Shantaram movies) and composed by Shivram Krishna. V Shantaram was fond of Mahendra Kapoor singing in his movies (such as Aadha hai chandrama in his Navrang). Here too Mahendra Kapoor has sung it.


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