Boond Jo Ban Gayee Moti

Boond Jo Ban Gayee Moti

Album Category: Hindi, Film
Year: 1967
Music Director: Satish Bhatia
Lyricist: Bharat Vyas
Label: H.M.V.
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Film Credits: DIRECTOR: V. Shantaram. STORY: Virendra Sinha. SCREENPLAY: Virendra Sinha. DIALOGUE: Virendra Sinha. ACTOR: Jeetendra, More...
 



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Boond Jo Ban Gayi Moti
Singer: Asha Bhosle, Manna Dey
Music Director: Satish Bhatia
Lyricist: Bharat Vyas
Genre: Filmi, Sugam
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Ankhiyan Tarsan Laagi
Singer: Suman Kalyanpur
Music Director: Satish Bhatia
Lyricist: Bharat Vyas
Genre: Hindustani, Sugam
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Yeh Kaun Chitrakaar Hai
Singer: Mukesh
Music Director: Satish Bhatia
Lyricist: Bharat Vyas
Genre: Filmi, Classic Pop
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Meri Zindagi Ek Khwab Hai
Singer: Asha Bhosle
Music Director: Satish Bhatia
Lyricist: Bharat Vyas
Genre: Filmi, Pop
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Lovely Lovely Hai Sama
Singer: Asha Bhosle, Mahendra Kapoor
Music Director: Satish Bhatia
Lyricist: Bharat Vyas
Genre: Filmi, Pop, Rock
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Haan Maine Bhi Pyar Kiya
Singer: Suman Kalyanpur, Mukesh
Music Director: Satish Bhatia
Lyricist: Bharat Vyas
Genre: Filmi
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Kya Maine Preet Mein Paya
Singer: Suman Kalyanpur
Music Director: Satish Bhatia
Lyricist: Bharat Vyas
Genre: Filmi, Sugam
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Dil Mera Gumsum
Singer: Suman Kalyanpur
Music Director: Satish Bhatia
Lyricist: Bharat Vyas
Genre: Filmi, Sugam
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Trivia


 

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  • V. Shantaram had originally planned to cast his daughter Rajashree for the lead role in this film. Rajashree, however, asked to be excused. During the shooting of "Around The World" (1967), she had met an American called Greg Chapman, fallen in love with him, and was at that time making plans to visit the US to meet his parents. She told V. Shantaram that she would not be able to do justice to a film in the middle of all this. V. Shantaram then decided to give this role to Mumtaz, whom he had featured in two of his earlier films, "Stree" (1961) and "Sehra" (1963), in smaller roles. Jeetendra didn't receive this decision well. He was concerned that working with an actress who had worked primarily in B-grade films till then would dent his image. However, Shantaram put his foot down and told him that Mumtaz would stay on even if it meant having to find another actor in place of Jeetendra.[1][2][3][4][MR15]
  • This was the second of two films for which Satish Bhatia composed music. He had debuted more than a decade ago for the film "Maldar" (1951).[5]
  • The film's opening credits were unusual and thematic in the tradition of previous V. Shantaram films. The credits showed a series of shells with a pearl each and credits painted on each shell's inside.



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