Dastak

Dastak

Album Category: Hindi, Film
Year: 1996
Music Director: Rajesh Roshan
Lyricist: Javed Akhtar
Label: H.M.V.
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Album Credits: MUSICIANS: RHYTHM: Franco Vaz; KEYBOARDS: Sair Phatarpekar, Honey Satamkar; TRUMPETS: Joseph Monsorate, Bosco Monsorate; TROMBONE: Blasco Monsorate. SONGS RECORDED BY: A.N. Tagore, More...
 
Film Credits: DIRECTOR: Mahesh Bhatt. PRODUCER: Mukesh Bhatt. WRITER: Vikram Bhatt. ACTOR: Sushmita Sen, More...
 



Song Listing


 
Jadoo Bhari Aankhon Wali Suno Tum Aise Mujhe Dekha Na Karo
Singer: Udit Narayan
Music Director: Rajesh Roshan
Lyricist: Javed Akhtar
Genre: Sugam, Filmi
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Pal Beet Gaya
Singer: Alka Yagnik, Kumar Sanu
Music Director: Rajesh Roshan
Lyricist: Javed Akhtar
Genre: Filmi
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Tumhe Kaise Main Bataoon - I
 
Singer: Abhijeet
Music Director: Rajesh Roshan
Lyricist: Javed Akhtar
Genre: Filmi
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Sheeshe Se
Singer: Kumar Sanu
Music Director: Rajesh Roshan
Lyricist: Javed Akhtar
Genre: Filmi
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Milne Se Pehle
 
Singer: Udit Narayan, Kavita Krishnamurthy
Music Director: Rajesh Roshan
Lyricist: Javed Akhtar
Genre: Filmi
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Piya Piya
 
Singer: Hema Sardesai
Music Director: Rajesh Roshan
Lyricist: Javed Akhtar
Genre: Filmi, Pop
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Tumhe Kaise Main Bataoon - II
Singer: Abhijeet
Music Director: Rajesh Roshan
Lyricist: Javed Akhtar
Genre: Filmi
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Trivia


 

    Album

  • This was the debut film of its three lead actors, Mukul Dev, Sharad Kapoor, and Miss Universe (1994), Sushmita Sen.
  • Sushmita Sen's character in the film was not only a Miss Universe but also shared her real-life name.

    Song

  • Pal Beet Gaya - The tune of this song was adapted from the song "Soy" by the Gypsy Kings.[1]
  • Tumhe Kaise Main Bataoon - I - The tune of this song was based on a song written by the French composer Michel Legrand. Legrand's song was originally written in French. It was recorded in English in Noel Harrison's voice as "Windmills Of Your Mind" for the film "The Thomas Crown Affair" (1968) and ended up winning the Academy Award for Best Original Song. Many versions of Michel Legrand's song have been recorded over the years.



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