Woh Meri Taraf Yun Chale Aa Rahe Hain is one of the rhapsodies from the golden age of Hindi film industry that featured top actors of the time. The melody of the song continues to haunt music lovers even today.
Kishore Kumar once said in one of his interviews, that he has worked under every possible music director of his generation. One of his famous songs was from the film Kafila released in 1952 – Woh Meri Taraf Yun Chale Aa Rahe Hain. Read the rest of this entry »
On the occasion of Kishoreda’s 23rd death anniversary, an unheard song of the legendary singer, ‘Ladkiyon ko chahiye woh college mein seekhlein…’, will be released on the official website of the legendary music director, Madan Mohan. Read the rest of this entry »
Neel Trivedi talks about Kishore and Ghazals….
Kishore Kumar is one of the most versatile singers ever in the Indian film history. However, no matter how popular one gets, celebrities always have their fair share of critics and in that light Kishore Kumar was no different. Sure he was great in funny songs, they say, but he never sang ghazals, qawwalis, bhajans and/or classical songs. Read the rest of this entry »
Yoodleeyoo celebrates Kishoreda’s birthday today on August 4, 2010. Read the rest of this entry »
Sachin da mujhe Baar baar samjhate…Abe Kishore …Ye gaa…aisa gaa…feel karke gaa…expression se saath… jyada murkiya taan maarne se kuch nahin hota…seedha gayega to gana public ko acchha lagega …Samjha naa… Read the rest of this entry »
By Arghya Dutta
“ Jhuki huyi nigaah mein kahi mera khayal tha….”
That “Khayal” or “thought” of Gulzar sahab was always depicted with a serene voice on screen by a person called Kishore Kumar. The poetic impact of Kishore Kumar and Gulzar on the movies are everlasting and unforgettable. The deep voice of Kishore Kumar coupled with the words of Gulzar has always been special. Be it the music of Rahul Dev Burman, Salil Chowdhury, Hemant Kumar, Khayyam or Rajesh Roshan- the resultant output has been mesmerizing. Read the rest of this entry »