Dum Laga Ke Haisha

Dum Laga Ke Haisha

Album Category: Hindi, Film
Year: 2015
Music Director: Anu Malik
Lyricist: Varun Grover
Label: YRF Music
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Album Credits: MUSICIAN COORDINATOR: Ramanand Shetty. SONGS RECORDED BY: Vijay Dayal, Dipesh Sharma, Shantanu Hudlikar, Abhishek Khandelwal, Manasi Tare; AT: YRF Studios. MIXED BY: Vijay Dayal, More...
 
Film Credits: DIRECTOR: Sharat Katariya. PRODUCER: Maneesh Sharma. WRITER: Sharat Katariya. ACTOR: Ayushmann Khurrana, More...
 
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Song Listing


 
Yeh Moh Moh Ke Dhaage (Male)
Singer: Papon
Music Director: Anu Malik
Lyricist: Varun Grover
Genre: Filmi, Sugam
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Dum Laga Ke Haisha
Singer: Kailash Kher, Jyoti Nooran, Sultana Nooran
Music Director: Anu Malik
Lyricist: Varun Grover
Genre: Filmi, Bhangra
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Tu (Mere Saare Intehano Ka Jawab Tu)
Singer: Kumar Sanu
Music Director: Anu Malik
Lyricist: Varun Grover
Genre: Filmi
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Sunder Susheel
Singer: Malini Awasthi, Rahul Ram
Music Director: Anu Malik
Lyricist: Varun Grover
Genre: Filmi, Hindi Folk
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Dard Karaara
Singer: Kumar Sanu, Sadhna Sargam
Music Director: Anu Malik
Lyricist: Varun Grover
Genre: Filmi
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Yeh Moh Moh Ke Dhaage (Female)
Singer: Monali Thakur
Music Director: Anu Malik
Lyricist: Varun Grover
Genre: Filmi, Sugam
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Prem's Theme
 
Singer: Papon
Music Director: Anu Malik
Genre: Filmi, Sugam
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Trivia


 

    Album

  • This was writer Sharat Katariya's directorial debut. It was also Bhumi Pednekar's debut film. The film was a big hit and was also critically acclaimed. It won several awards including three National Film Awards - Best Feature Film in Hindi, Best Female Playback Singer for Monali Thakur, and Best Lyrics for Varun Grover.
  • Some of the big names of Hindi film music from the 1990s - Anu Malik, Kumar Sanu and Sadhna Sargam - reunited after many years for this film. Ayushmann Khurana's character in the film was portrayed as a Kumar Sanu fan. Sanu made a cameo appearance as himself. This also happened to be the first time he sang for Yash Raj Films after the super hit "Tujhe Dekha To Ye Jaana Sanam" ("Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge", 1995). Sanu had sung a song for Yash Chopra's "Dil To Pagal Hai" (1997) titled "Chanda Ki Chandni" but it was replaced with "Pyar Kar" after a financial disagreement developed between him and Chopra.[1][2]
  • Sharat Katariya had written the film's initial draft in 2007. He had even submitted the script to Yash Raj Films in 2008 but not heard back from them. It took several more years for the film to materialise.[3]
  • Bhumi Pednekar had started off working on this film as an assistant to Shanoo Sharma, the casting director. At some point, it was decided to audition Bhumi for the film's female lead role. However, this was not revealed to her. Instead, Sharma told her to do a "mock audition". It was only later that she found out that it had been an actual audition and that she had been selected for the role.[4]
  • In her own words, Bhumi Pednekar was "never a skinny girl" but gained 30 kilos for her role in this film. She had to work on losing weight after shooting for the film.[5]
  • The Censor Board came under criticism for muting the word "lesbian" and requiring a few words to be replaced in the film.[6]
  • This was reportedly the first Hindi film to be shot entirely in the twin temple towns of Haridwar and Rishikesh.[7]
  • Lyricist Varun Grover was involved in another film with a similar title - he co-wrote the screenplay for the film "Zor Lagaa Ke Haiya" (2009).[8]

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  • Sunder Susheel - Anu Malik's rap lines from the title song of "Main Khiladi Tu Anari" (1994), "Lovely haseen koi decent dhoondhenge, Not temporary permanent dhoondenge", were the basis of lyricist Varun Grover's hook lines for this song.[9][10]



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