Heera Moti

Heera Moti

Album Category: Hindi, Film
Year: 1959
Music Director: Roshan
Lyricist: Shailendra, Prem Dhawan
Label: H.M.V.
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Album Credits: SONGS RECORDED BY: Kaushik, Minoo Katrak.
 
Film Credits: DIRECTOR: Krishan Chopra. PRODUCER: Pravin Desai. STORY: Munshi Premchand. SCREENPLAY: Krishan Chopra. DIALOGUE: Baij Sharma. ACTOR: Nirupa Roy, More...
 



Song Listing


 
Naach Re Dharti Ke Pyare
Singer: Lata Mangeshkar, Hemant Kumar
Music Director: Roshan
Lyricist: Shailendra
Genre: Bengali Folk
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Kaun Rang Mungwa
Singer: Sudha Malhotra, Suman Kalyanpur
Music Director: Roshan
Lyricist: Prem Dhawan
Genre: Hindi Folk
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O Bedardi Aa Mil Jaldi
Singer: Lata Mangeshkar
Music Director: Roshan
Lyricist: Shailendra
Genre: Filmi, Hindi Folk
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Ghar Ke Jogi Ka Bhes
Singer: Asha Bhosle, Usha Mangeshkar
Music Director: Roshan
Lyricist: Shailendra
Genre: Filmi, Sugam, Hindustani
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Ek Din Ye Aansoo Banenge Sitare
Singer: Lata Mangeshkar
Music Director: Roshan
Lyricist: Shailendra
Genre: Filmi, Sugam
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Tu Duniya Mein Sar Ko Utha Ke Chal
Singer: Ghulam Mohammed
Music Director: Roshan
Lyricist: Prem Dhawan
Genre: Filmi, Pop, Hindi Folk
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Trivia


 

    Album

  • This 1959 film was based on Munshi Premchand's story "Do Bailon Ki Katha".

    Song

  • Naach Re Dharti Ke Pyare - Salil Chowdhury stepped in to compose this song since Roshan was unavailable at the time. Roshan had fallen ill while on a visit to Russia and had requested Krishan Chopra to have Salil record two musical pieces - this song, and the film's title music. Salil Chowdhury was not credited for the song either in the film or the records but was one of the individuals acknowledged for their "co-operation in the making of the film" in the film's opening credits. For this song, Salil ended up reusing a tune he had composed in the 1940s when he was associated with the Indian People's Theatre Association (IPTA). He had used the same tune for the Bengali film song "Aay Re O Pousali Bataasey" ("Rikshawallah", 1955) as well. However, the Bengali song was never released.[1][2]
  • Tu Duniya Mein Sar Ko Utha Ke Chal - The portions of the song sung by Ghulam Mohammed are based on "16 Tons", an American folk song about a miner's life, popularly remembered for Tennessee Ernie Ford's version.[3]



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