Devdas

Devdas

Album Category: Hindi, Film
Year: 1935
Music Director: Timir Baran
Lyricist: Traditional, Kidar Sharma
Label: New Theatres/ HMV Records
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Film Credits: DIRECTOR: P.C. Barua. PRODUCER: B.N. Sircar. STORY: Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay. DIALOGUE: Kidar Sharma. ACTOR: K.L. Saigal, More...
 



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Baalam Aay Baso More Man Mein
Singer: Kundan Lal Saigal
Music Director: Timir Baran
Lyricist: Kidar Sharma
Genre: Sugam
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Mat Bhool Musafir Tujhe Jaana Hi Padega
Singer: K.C. Dey
Music Director: Timir Baran
Lyricist: Kidar Sharma
Genre: Sugam, Filmi
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Na Aaya Man Ka Meet Umariya Beet Gayi Saari
Singer: K.C. Dey
Music Director: Timir Baran
Lyricist: Kidar Sharma
Genre: Filmi, Sugam
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Roshan Hai Tere Dum Se Duniya Ka Pareekhana
Singer: Pahadi Sanyal
Music Director: Timir Baran
Lyricist: Kidar Sharma
Genre: Filmi, Ghazal
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Chhute Aseer To Badla Hua Zamana Tha
Singer: Pahari Sanyal
Music Director: Timir Baran
Lyricist: Traditional
Genre: Ghazal
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Dukh Ke Din Ab Beetat Naah
Singer: Kundan Lal Saigal
Music Director: Timir Baran
Lyricist: Kidar Sharma
Genre: Sugam
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Naahi Aaye Ghanshyam Ghir Aayi Badri
Singer: Rajkumari
Music Director: Timir Baran
Lyricist: Kidar Sharma
Genre: Sugam
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Naa Pi Ki Nagariya Aaye Hai
Singer: Pahari Sanyal
Music Director: Timir Baran
Lyricist: Kidar Sharma
Genre: Filmi, Sugam
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Teri Maut Khadi Ho Sarhane Idhar
Singer: K.C. Dey
Music Director: Timir Baran
Lyricist: Kidar Sharma
Genre: Filmi, Sugam
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  • This film's director, P.C. Barua, adapted Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay's novel of the same name in three languages - Bengali, Hindi and Assamese. In the original Bengali film, P.C. Barua himself played the lead role.
  • The success of this film launched K.L. Saigal as the first ever Hindi film superstar. Saigal also played a cameo in the Bengali version of this film.
  • This film featured a song, "Piya Bin Naahi Aavat Chain", sung by K.L. Saigal, which did not appear on the audio record. Saigal had picked up this song from Ustad Abdul Karim Khan, who made this Raag Jhinjhoti thumri famous. It is said that when the film came out, the Ustad went to check out the much talked about rendition of "Piya Bin..." by Saigal and was moved to tears by it.[1][2]



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