Armaan

Armaan

Album Category: Hindi, Film
Year: 1981
Music Director: Bappi Lahiri
Lyricist: Indeevar, Anjaan, Kulwant Jani
Label: Saregama
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Film Credits: DIRECTOR: Anand Sagar. PRODUCER: Anand Sagar. STORY: Moti Sagar. SCREENPLAY: K.K. Shukla. DIALOGUE: Madan Joshi. ACTOR: Ranjeeta, More...
 



Song Listing


 
Tich Batna Di Jodi
Singer: Mahendra Kapoor, Meenu Purushottam
Music Director: Bappi Lahiri
Lyricist: Kulwant Jani
Genre: Bhangra, Filmi
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Rambha Ho Ho Ho Sambha Ho Ho Ho
Singer: Usha Uthup
Music Director: Bappi Lahiri
Lyricist: Indeevar
Genre: Filmi, Pop
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Haan Mere Jaisi Haseena Ka Dil
Singer: Bappi Lahiri, Sharon Prabhakar
Music Director: Bappi Lahiri
Lyricist: Anjaan
Genre: Filmi, Pop
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Jeevan Mitaana Hai Deewanapan
Singer: Kishore Kumar
Music Director: Bappi Lahiri
Lyricist: Indeevar
Genre: Filmi
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Zindagi Ke Raaste Mein
Singer: Lata Mangeshkar
Music Director: Bappi Lahiri
Lyricist: Indeevar
Genre: Filmi, Sugam
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Pyar Hi Jeene Ki Soorat Hai
Singer: Kishore Kumar
Music Director: Bappi Lahiri
Lyricist: Indeevar
Genre: Filmi
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Trivia


 

    Album

  • The plot of this film was inspired by the American classic "Casablanca" (1942) starring Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman and Paul Henreid. "Casablanca" itself was based on the play "Everybody Comes to Rick's" written by Murray Burnett and Joan Alison.

    Song

  • Rambha Ho Ho Ho Sambha Ho Ho Ho - This song plagiarised tunes from the disco hits "Que Sera Mi Vida (If You Should Go)" (1980) by the French group Gibson Brothers and "I Feel Love" (1977) by Donna Summer. Bappi Lahiri had used the tune of "I Feel Love" earlier for the song "College Girl I Love You" ("College Girl", 1978).[1][2]
  • Haan Mere Jaisi Haseena Ka Dil - The tune of this song was adapted from the hit single "When You Are In Love With A Beautiful Woman" (1979) by Dr. Hook. It was later adapted by Anu Malik for the song "O Meri Neendein Churane Wale" ("Chamatkar", 1992).[3][4]



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