Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam

Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam

Album Category: Hindi, Film
Year: 1999
Music Director: Ismail Darbar
Lyricist: Mehboob Kotwal
Label: T-Series
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Film Credits: DIRECTOR: Sanjay Leela Bhansali. PRODUCER: Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Jhamu Sughand. STORY: Pratap Karvat. SCREENPLAY: Sanjay Leela Bhansali, More...
 



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Chand Chhupa Baadal Mein
Singer: Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik
Music Director: Ismail Darbar
Lyricist: Mehboob Kotwal
Genre: Sugam, Filmi, Gujarati Folk
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Nimbooda
Singer: Kavita Krishnamurthy, Karsan Sagathia
Music Director: Ismail Darbar
Lyricist: Mehboob Kotwal
Genre: Gujarati Folk, Filmi
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Aankhon Ki Gustakhiyan
Singer: Kumar Sanu, Kavita Krishnamurthy
Music Director: Ismail Darbar
Lyricist: Mehboob Kotwal
Genre: Filmi
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Man Mohini
Singer: Shankar Mahadevan
Music Director: Ismail Darbar
Lyricist: Mehboob Kotwal
Genre: Filmi, Gujarati Folk, Hindustani
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Jhonka Hawa Ka
Singer: Hariharan, Kavita Krishnamurthy
Music Director: Ismail Darbar
Lyricist: Mehboob Kotwal
Genre: Sugam, Filmi
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Dholi Taro Dhol Baaje
Singer: Kavita Krishnamurthy, Vinod Rathod, Karsan Sagathia
Music Director: Ismail Darbar
Lyricist: Mehboob Kotwal
Genre: Filmi, Gujarati Folk
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Love Theme
Music Director: Ismail Darbar
Genre: Jazz, Pop, Filmi
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Tadap Tadap Ke Is Dil Se Aah Nikalti Rahi
Singer: KK, Dominique Cerejo
Music Director: Ismail Darbar
Lyricist: Mehboob Kotwal
Genre: Filmi
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Albela Sajan Aayo Ri
Singer: Ustad Sultan Khan, Shankar Mahadevan, Kavita Krishnamurthy
Music Director: Ismail Darbar
Lyricist: Mehboob Kotwal
Genre: Hindustani, Pop
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Kaipoche
Singer: Shankar Mahadevan, KK, Jyotsna Hardikar, Damayanti Bardai
Music Director: Ismail Darbar
Lyricist: Mehboob Kotwal
Genre: Gujarati Folk, Filmi
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Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam
Singer: Kavita Krishnamurthy, Mohammad Salamat, Dominique Cerejo
Music Director: Ismail Darbar
Lyricist: Mehboob Kotwal
Genre: Sugam, Filmi
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Trivia


 

    Album

  • This was the second film that featured Salman Khan and his stepmother, Helen. They had worked together earlier in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's debut film "Khamoshi - The Musical" (1996).[1]
  • Aishwarya Rai got this film only after Madhuri Dixit had declined it. Sanjay Leela Bhansali had tried to get Madhuri for his previous film, "Khamoshi - The Musical" (1996), as well but had been unsuccessful. He was finally able to get to work with Madhuri in "Devdas" (2002). Even "Devdas" might not have happened. Madhuri was getting married around that time and had asked Bhansali if he was sure he still wanted her. He had said yes![2][3][4]
  • This film was said to have been adapted from the Bengali novel "Na Hanyate" (1974) written by Maitreyi Devi. The book was based on the real-life events around the relationship between the author and the Romanian philosopher Mircea Eliade, who studied under her father Surendranath Dasgupta. Maitreyi Devi wrote the book to counter the Romanian language book "Maitreyi" (1933) written by Mircea Eliade. Eliade's book was translated into the very successful French version "Le Nuit Bengali" (English: "Bengal Nights"). Maitreyi Devi's version of what transpired between them was very different from what Eliade wrote in his book.[5]
  • Salman Khan and Aishwarya Rai had started dating during the making of this film. Their much-publicised affair ended in 2001 and stayed in the news for a couple more years with reports of Salman Khan pursuing the actress even after they had broken up.[6]
  • This was music director Ismail Darbar's debut film. He worked with director Sanjay Leela Bhansali in one more film, "Devdas" (2002). They fell out during the making of "Devdas" and never worked together again.[7]
  • This was the debut Hindi film of the Gujarati singer Karsan Sagathia.

    Song

  • Chand Chhupa Baadal Mein - The tune of this song was based on the theme for the Hollywood film "Love Story" (1970), composed by Francis Lai. The theme composition was later used in the song "Where Do I Begin?" recorded by Andy Williams. This tune has been used in two other Hindi film songs - "Saamne Aa" ("Judaai", 1980) and "Dil Kyon Dhadakta Hai" ("Jaanam", 1993).[8][9][10]
  • Nimbooda - This song was based on a Rajasthani folk song composed by Ghazni Khan Manganiyar.[11]
  • Albela Sajan Aayo Ri - This was the first Hindi film song sung by the Hindustani classical musician and sarod instrumentalist Ustad Sultan Khan.



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