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November 15 2018
The Revolver Club
Written By The Revolver Club - November 15 2018
1. Barsaat by Shankar-JaikishanDirected by Raj Kapoor, Barsaat is a Bollywood film released in 1949, starring Raj Kapoor and Nargis. The Music of Barsaat is, as usual for Shankar-Jaikishan, Top-Notch. Barsaat saw the debut of Shailendra as Lyricist and Shankar-Jaikishan as Music Directors. The music of Barsaat became famous upon the release of the film and played no small part in making the film a Blockbuster. it was a complete package with 7 solos sung by Lata Mangeshkar, two Lata Mangeshkar, and Mukesh duet and a solo sung by Mohd. Rafi.You can purchase this record here2. Mughal -E- Azam by NaushadIn 1960 K. Asif presented to the world his most ambitious project - Mughal-E-Azam. The rest, as they say, is history. It took a possessed K. Asif a decade and many million rupees to make Mughal-E-Azam.music composed by Naushad, who was one of India's greatest soundtrack composer and spanned the history of Indian films from the silent era to the modern movies of Dilip Kumar. They say that music is the soul of the film and it is no surprise that K. Asif and Naushad made sure that the songs were unforgettable and luxuriously romantic.You can purchase this record here3. Aaradhna by S.D BurmanStarring Sharmila Tagore and Rajesh Khanna, Aradhana is 1969 Indian romantic drama film directed by Shakti Samata, This movie had music by S.D Burman, lyrics by Anand Bakshi and the voices of Kishore Kumar, Mohd. Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar, and Asha Bhosle, all in one Album.Every one of the songs of the movie is engraved in the hearts of lovers of Hindi music. Songs like "Roop Tera Mastana", "Kora Kaagaz", and "Mere Sapno Ki Rani" are one the most famous Bollywood songs, Even after 40 years since they were released.You can purchase this record here4. Aashiqui by Nadeem-ShravanThe Most sold Soundtrack album in Indian film industry, Aashiqui is a 1990 musical romance film directed by Mahesh Bhatt. It sold more than 20 Million units.This was the maiden venture of the director duo Nadeem-Shravan.Any Bollywood music lover has probably heard the beautiful, "Bas Ek Sanam" once, and would have definitely hit the repeat button afterward. Aashiqui is one of the best romantic soundtracks that Bollywood has seen in the nineties.You can purchase this record here5. Awaara by Shankar-Jai KishanRaj Kapoor offered his fans with the movie "Awara" When India was only its fourth year of independence. This was a landmark movie for the way it treated the subject and its storytelling.The music for the film was composed by Shankar-Jai Kishan, while the songs were written by Shailendra and Hasrat Jaipuri. one of the songs, "Awaara Hoon" is an internationally popular song and voted the second greatest Bollywood songs of all time in a 2013 BBC poll.You can purchase this record here6. Sangam by Shankar JaikishanSangam Marked the entry of Raj Kapoor's cinema into the color era in 1964. The film's songs are a classic, The popular "Bol Radha Bol", "Budha Mil Gaya", and the gentle romantic "Prem Patra" are evergreen. Sangam brought out differences between Shankar and Jaikishan, Rafi's songs were the creation of Jaikishan-Hasrat team, Whereas Mukesh was conceived the Shankar-Shailendra combination.You can purchase this record here7. Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayengay by Jatin - Lalit Aditya Chopra's "Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayengay" is one of India's favorite films. Released in 1995, the romantic melodrama is still in its original theatrical run. Anyone who grew up with Bollywood music in the 90's knows that this era is characterized by the evergreen melodies of Jatin and Lalit is one such popular album. This the first film that Jatin-Lalit has done for Yash Raj films, the songs have a creative combination of different type of music. The soundtrack starts with Lata Mangeshkar's "Mere Khaabo Mein" Then 65, Presenting a convincingly spirited rendition of a teenage girl's fantasies. However, Kumar Sanu's duet "Tujhe Dekha" happens to be one of the top songs of the soundtrack.8. Pakeezah by Naushad1972 Indian Cult classic film, Pakeezah was written and directed by the perfectionist Kamal Amrohi Starring Meena kumari and Raaj Kumar. It took 13 years to make but every song is worth hitting the rewind button. Every song on this Album starting from "Chalte Chalte" to "Thade Rahiyo" is awesomely rendered by Ghulam Mohammad and Naushad. if you don't have this album - find out what you have been missing!You can purchase this record here9. Kabhi Kabhi by Khayyam Kabhi Kabhi has all the right things, Starcast Amitabh Bachchan and Rakhee, director Yash Chopra and music by Khayyam. Again a perfectly carved out piece of music by Khayyam is one of the most complete albums of Hindi cinema which won the Filmfare for best music, while lyricist Sudhir Ludhiyanvi won the best lyricist award for "Kabhi Kabhi" the song which also got singer Mukesh award for the best playback singer male.You can purchase this record here10. Bombay by A.R. Rahman Mani Ratnam's 1995 Blockbuster movie "Bombay" is centered around the events that led to the Bombay riots. Music by A.R. Rahman has been influential both nationally and internationally. THE GUARDIAN included it in the list of 1000 albums to hear before you die in 2007 and in 2009 the song "Kehna He Kya" was included in their 1000 songs everyone must hear list.