Ankahee

Ankahee

Album Category: Hindi, Film
Year: 1984
Music Director: Jaidev
Lyricist: Kabir, Balkavi Bairagi, Traditional, Tulsidas
Label: Music India
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Album Credits: MUSIC ASSISTANT: Y.S. Mulki. SONGS RECORDED AT: Western Outdoor.
 
Film Credits: DIRECTOR: Amol Palekar. PRODUCER: Amol Palekar, Jayant Dharmadhikari. STORY: Chin.Tryam. Khanolkar. SCREENPLAY: Jayant Dharmadhikari, More...
 



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Mujhko Bhi Radha Bana Le - I
 
Singer: Asha Bhosle
Music Director: Jaidev
Lyricist: Balkavi Bairagi
Genre: Sugam
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Kaun Thagva Nagaria
Singer: Asha Bhosle
Music Director: Jaidev
Lyricist: Kabir
Genre: Sugam
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Mujhko Bhi Radha Bana Le - II
 
Singer: Asha Bhosle
Music Director: Jaidev
Lyricist: Balkavi Bairagi
Genre: Sugam
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Raghuvar Tumko Meri Laaj
Singer: Bhimsen Joshi
Music Director: Jaidev
Lyricist: Tulsidas
Genre: Bhajan
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Thumak Thumak Pag Dumak Kunj
Singer: Bhimsen Joshi
Music Director: Jaidev
Lyricist: Traditional
Genre: Bhajan
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Trivia


 

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  • This was the first Hindi film directed and produced by actor Amol Palekar. It was also the only Hindi film which he directed as well as acted in.
  • This film was based on the Marathi play "Kaalaaya Tasmai Namaha" by C.T. Khanolkar.
  • This was writer Kamlesh Pandey's debut Hindi film. He wrote the film's dialogues.
  • This was one of the few films Vidhu Vinod Chopra acted in before starting his filmmaking career.
  • This was the last Hindi film for which Hindustani classical vocalist Bhimsen Joshi sang songs. It was also the only time he won the National Film Award for the Best Male Playback Singer.
  • This was Bengali film actress Devika Mukherjee's only Hindi film. Her voice in the film was dubbed by actress Reema Lagoo.
  • Jaidev won the last of his three National Film Awards for Best Music Direction (Songs) for this film. The other films he won this award for were "Reshma Aur Shera" (1971) and "Gaman" (1978). Jaidev and Vishal Bhardwaj have won the most number of National Film Awards in this category for Hindi films.[1][2]



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