Chandni Raat

Chandni Raat

Album Category: Hindi, Film
Year: 1949
Music Director: Naushad Ali
Lyricist: Shakeel Badayuni
Label: Saregama
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Film Credits: DIRECTOR: M. Ehsan. ACTOR: Naseem, Shyam - III, David, Ulhas, Parveen, Cuckoo, Jillo Bai, Noor Jehan - I, Syed Jan. PRODUCTION CO: Tajmahal Pictures.
 



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Chandni Raat Hai Haay Kya Baat Hai
Singer: Uma Devi
Music Director: Naushad Ali
Lyricist: Shakeel Badayuni
Genre: Filmi, Bengali Folk
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Aankh Mili Dil Chala Gaya
Singer: Shamshad Begum
Music Director: Naushad Ali
Lyricist: Shakeel Badayuni
Genre: Filmi
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Chheen Ke Dil Kyun
Singer: Shamshad Begum, Mohammed Rafi
Music Director: Naushad Ali
Lyricist: Shakeel Badayuni
Genre: Filmi
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Kaise Baje Dil Ka Sitar (Nigahen Ruk Gayin)
Singer: Shamshad Begum, Mohammed Rafi
Music Director: Naushad Ali
Lyricist: Shakeel Badayuni
Genre: Filmi
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Haay Chhore Ki Jaat Badi Bewafa
Singer: Lata Mangeshkar, G.M. Durrani
Music Director: Naushad Ali
Lyricist: Shakeel Badayuni
Genre: Filmi
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Khabar Kya Thi Ki Gham Khana Padega
Singer: Shamshad Begum, Mohammed Rafi
Music Director: Naushad Ali
Lyricist: Shakeel Badayuni
Genre: Filmi, Ghazal
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Do Din Ki Khushi Raas Na Aayi
Singer: Shamshad Begum
Music Director: Naushad Ali
Lyricist: Shakeel Badayuni
Genre: Ghazal
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Chhaya Meri Ummeed Ki Duniya Mein Andhera
Singer: Shamshad Begum
Music Director: Naushad Ali
Lyricist: Shakeel Badayuni
Genre: Filmi, Ghazal
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Saiyan Se Bichhad Gayi Ho More Ram
Singer: Amirbai, Sadat Khan
Music Director: Naushad Ali
Lyricist: Shakeel Badayuni
Genre: Filmi
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Dil Ho Unhen Mubarak Jo
Singer: Mohammed Rafi
Music Director: Naushad Ali
Lyricist: Shakeel Badayuni
Genre: Filmi, Ghazal
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Trivia


 

    Album

  • This is the first time Nasir Husain wrote for films although it's not known if he was credited for it. Producer Sashadhar Mukherjee recommended Nasir Husain for this film when writer Aghajani Kashmeri fell ill midway. Nasir Husain completed the dialogues for the film along with Ali Raza. Impressed by his writing, Sashadhar Mukherjee hired him at his banner Filmistan. Nasir Husain's association with Filmistan lasted for the next ten years.[MR14]
  • Naushad and Lata Mangeshkar worked together for the first time for this film. It was Mukesh who introduced Lata to Naushad - he was involved in "Andaz" (1949) and wanted her to sing for it as well. Aware of her dislike for auditions, Naushad politely asked her to sing a ghazal. Lata proceeded to sing "Ummeed Ke Rangin Jhoole Mein" ("Lahore", 1949). Naushad was pleased with what he heard and decided to use her not just in "Andaz" (1949) but some of his other films as well. This film happened to be the first of them.[1][2][MR7]

    Song

  • Haay Chhore Ki Jaat Badi Bewafa - Around the time Lata Mangeshkar recorded this song with G.M. Durrani, she had an uncomfortable experience with him. Durrani made a comment of a personal nature about a necklace she was wearing that she felt was inappropriate. When she told Naushad about it, the music director replaced Durrani with Sadat Khan in another duet she sang for the film. The duet with Sadat Khan was edited out of the film. Such was the impact of this experience on her that Lata refused to sing with Durrani again. A few of her duets with Durrani were released in later years but it is possible that they were recorded before this incident.[MR7]



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