Buddha Mil Gaya

Buddha Mil Gaya

Album Category: Hindi, Film
Year: 1971
Music Director: R.D. Burman
Lyricist: Majrooh Sultanpuri
Label: H.M.V.
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Album Credits: MUSIC ASSISTANTS: Manohari Singh, Basu Chakravarty. SONGS RECORDED BY: Kaushik.
 
Film Credits: DIRECTOR: Hrishikesh Mukherjee. PRODUCER: L.B. Thakur. STORY: Shyam Ramsay. SCREENPLAY: Bimal Dutt. DIALOGUE: Pal Mahindra. ACTOR: Navin Nischal, More...
 



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Raat Kali Ek Khwab Mein Aayi
Singer: Kishore Kumar
Music Director: R.D. Burman
Lyricist: Majrooh Sultanpuri
Genre: Filmi
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Bhali Bhali Si Ek Surat
Singer: Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle
Music Director: R.D. Burman
Lyricist: Majrooh Sultanpuri
Genre: Filmi, Pop
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Aayo Kahaan Se Ghanshyam
Singer: Manna Dey, Archana
Music Director: R.D. Burman
Lyricist: Majrooh Sultanpuri
Genre: Hindustani, Sugam
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Jiya Naa Laage Mora
Singer: Lata Mangeshkar
Music Director: R.D. Burman
Lyricist: Majrooh Sultanpuri
Genre: Sugam
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Main Buddho Lambo Lambo (Oye Buddho Lambo Lambo)
Singer: Lata Mangeshkar, Manna Dey
Music Director: R.D. Burman
Lyricist: Majrooh Sultanpuri
Genre: Filmi, Pop, Sugam
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Trivia


 

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  • The opening credits of this film set the comedic tone of this murder mystery. The credits for producer L.B. Thakur and director Hrishikesh Mukherjee were displayed as "PRODUCED BY MISTAKE" and "MURDERED BY HRISHIKESH MUKHERJEE" before transitioning into the correct credits.
  • This film had found a reference in another film by Hrishikesh Mukherjee - "Guddi" (1971). In a scene in "Guddi" (1971), Jaya Bhaduri's character was seen with a booklet of the film "Anupama" (1966), yet another film by Hrishikesh Mukherjee. The back cover of the booklet had an advertisement for this film.[1][2]
  • Shyam Ramsay's Hindi film career started with this film. He wrote the story for the film and was credited simply as Shyam. His directorial debut "Andhera" (1975) came four years later.[3]



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