Himalay Ki God Mein

Himalay Ki God Mein

Album Category: Hindi, Film
Year: 1965
Music Director: Kalyanji - Anandji
Lyricist: Indeevar, Anand Bakshi, Qamar Jalalabadi
Label: H.M.V.
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Album Credits: MUSIC ASSISTANTS: Laxmikant, Pyarelal. SONGS RECORDED BY: Minoo Katrak; ASSISTANT: D.O. Bhansali.
 
Film Credits: DIRECTOR: Vijay Bhatt. PRODUCER: Shankarbhai Bhatt. STORY: Virendra Sinha. SCREENPLAY: Virendra Sinha. DIALOGUE: Virendra Sinha. ACTOR: Mala Sinha, More...
 



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Chand Si Mehbooba Ho Meri
Singer: Mukesh
Music Director: Kalyanji - Anandji
Lyricist: Anand Bakshi
Genre: Filmi
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Oonche Himalay Ke Neeche
Singer: Lata Mangeshkar
Music Director: Kalyanji - Anandji
Lyricist: Anand Bakshi
Genre: Filmi, Pahadi
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Tu Raat Khadi Thi Chhat Pe
Singer: Usha Timothy, Mohammed Rafi
Music Director: Kalyanji - Anandji
Lyricist: Anand Bakshi
Genre: Filmi, Bhangra
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Ek Tu Jo Mila Saari Duniya Mili
Singer: Lata Mangeshkar
Music Director: Kalyanji - Anandji
Lyricist: Indeevar
Genre: Filmi
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Main To Ek Khwab Hoon
Singer: Mukesh
Music Director: Kalyanji - Anandji
Lyricist: Qamar Jalalabadi
Genre: Filmi, Ghazal
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Kankariya Maar Ke Jagaya
Singer: Lata Mangeshkar
Music Director: Kalyanji - Anandji
Lyricist: Anand Bakshi
Genre: Filmi, Pahadi
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Ek Tu Naa Mila Saari Duniya Mile Bhi To Kya Hai
Singer: Lata Mangeshkar
Music Director: Kalyanji - Anandji
Lyricist: Indeevar
Genre: Filmi, Sugam
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Trivia


 

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  • Filmmaker Vijay Bhatt's inspiration for the film was the real-life story of Albert Schweitzer, the German missionary surgeon who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1952. Bhatt had read Schweitzer's story in an issue of Reader's Digest. The film's success - it was a box office hit and won the Filmfare Best Movie Award - spawned remakes in other languages. It was remade in Tamil as "Puthiya Bhoomi" (1968) and in Telugu as "Doctor Babu" (1973).[1]
  • After the runaway success of "Hariyali Aur Rasta" (1962), Manoj Kumar received a postcard reminding him of his promise to do two films with Prakash Pictures for the same remuneration of Rs. 11000. Kumar assured the filmmakers that he was a man of his word. Even though he was a big star by the time he did this film, the actor accepted the paltry fee of Rs. 11000 for it. This was the second collaboration after "Hariyali Aur Rasta" (1962) that involved director Vijay Bhatt, producer Shankarbhai Bhatt, Manoj Kumar, and Mala Sinha.[2][3]



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