Ijaazat

Ijaazat

Album Category: Hindi, Film
Year: 1986
Music Director: R.D. Burman
Lyricist: Gulzar
Label: H.M.V.
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Album Credits: MUSIC ASSISTANTS: Manohari Singh, Murthy, Babloo Chakraborty.
 
Film Credits: DIRECTOR: Gulzar. PRODUCER: R.K. Gupta. STORY: Subodh Ghosh. SCREENPLAY: Gulzar. DIALOGUE: Gulzar. ACTOR: Rekha, More...
 



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Katra Katra Milti Hai
Singer: Asha Bhosle
Music Director: R.D. Burman
Lyricist: Gulzar
Genre: Sugam, Filmi
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Mera Kuchh Saamaan Tumhare Paas Pada Hai
Singer: Asha Bhosle
Music Director: R.D. Burman
Lyricist: Gulzar
Genre: Ghazal
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Chhoti Si Kahaani Se
Singer: Asha Bhosle
Music Director: R.D. Burman
Lyricist: Gulzar
Genre: Filmi, Sugam
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Khaali Haath Shaam Aayi Hai
Singer: Asha Bhosle
Music Director: R.D. Burman
Lyricist: Gulzar
Genre: Ghazal
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Trivia


 

    Album

  • This film was based on the Bengali novel "Jatugriha" written by Subodh Ghosh. The novel had been adapted for a Bengali film with the same title in 1964. The Bengali film "Jatugriha" (1964) starred Uttam Kumar and was directed by Tapan Sinha.
  • A line from this film inspired the title of the film "Kaminey" (2009). In this dialogue, Naseeruddin Shah's character used "kameeni" as a term of endearment for Rekha's character.[1][2][3]

    Song

  • Katra Katra Milti Hai - While recording this song, R.D. Burman had asked Asha Bhosle to leave certain lines at points that seemed incomplete. When a puzzled Gulzar had asked him about it, the composer had brushed him aside. In the final form of the song, he "filled up" the song by mixing two vocal tracks by Asha Bhosle to create a unique harmony. He then offered this song as a challenge for Gulzar to film. Gulzar had given Burman difficult lyrics to compose to in "Mera Kuch Saamaan" and he got back at the lyricist, who was also directing the film, by giving him a song that was not easy to shoot![MR2]
  • Katra Katra Milti Hai - The opening line of this song may have been inspired by Jeff Wayne's instrumental track "Horsell Common and the Heat Ray". The track was part of his debut album "Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of The War of the Worlds" (1978), which was a musical interpretation of H.G. Wells' science fiction novel "The War of the Worlds" (1898).[4]
  • Mera Kuchh Saamaan Tumhare Paas Pada Hai - R.D. Burman found composing to the lyrics of this song very challenging and jokingly complained to Gulzar that a day would come when the lyricist would ask him to compose to the front page of the Times of India.
  • Mera Kuchh Saamaan Tumhare Paas Pada Hai - This was one of the many songs in which R.D. Burman had Pandit Ulhas Bapat play a meend on the santoor. He had used Bapat's meend for the first time in the song "Hothon Pe Beeti Baat Aayi Hai" ("Angoor", 1982).[5]
  • Chhoti Si Kahaani Se - The prominent accordion solo in this song was possibly inspired by a similar solo in the song "Sa Re Ga Ma" ("Chupke Chupke", 1975) composed by S.D. Burman.[6]
  • Chhoti Si Kahaani Se - The double accordion in this R.D. Burman song was played by Homi Mullan and Suraj Sathe.[7]
  • Khaali Haath Shaam Aayi Hai - R.D. Burman based this song on his S.D. Burman's composition for the Bengali song "Aami Chhinu Aka" (1940). The original song was sung by S.D. Burman himself.[8]



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