Jallad

Jallad

Album Category: Hindi, Film
Year: 1956
Music Director: Nashad
Lyricist: Khumar Barabankvi, Shewan Rizvi, Sartaj Rahmani, Jan Nisar Akhtar
Label: Saregama
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Film Credits: DIRECTOR: Jay Bee. PRODUCER: Jay Bee. ACTOR: Munawwar Sultana, Veena, Nasir, Tiwari, S. Nazir, Heera Sawant, Dabboo, Nagpal, Dhanraj, Sheela Vaz, Gope. PRODUCTION CO: Filmdom. ,
 



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Duniya Banane Wale Utar Aasmaan Se
Singer: Shamshad Begum
Music Director: Nashad
Lyricist: Khumar Barabankvi
Genre: Filmi, Ghazal
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Kya Baat Huyi Ab Tak Diwana Nahin Aaya
Singer: Asha Bhosle
Music Director: Nashad
Lyricist: Sartaj Rahmani
Genre: Filmi
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Taaron Ke Lage Hain Mele
Singer: Shamshad Begum
Music Director: Nashad
Lyricist: Khumar Barabankvi
Genre: Filmi
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Husn Yahan Ishq Yahan
Singer: Asha Bhosle, Mohammed Rafi
Music Director: Nashad
Lyricist: Shewan Rizvi
Genre: Filmi
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Zindagi Sanwar Gayi Mastiyon Se Bhar Gayi
 
Music Director: Nashad
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Taqdeer Ne Hans Hans Ke Mere Dil Ko Rulaya Fariyad Khudaya Fariyad Khudaya (Dil Ke Phaphole Jal Uthe)
Singer: Asha Bhosle
Music Director: Nashad
Lyricist: Sartaj Rahmani
Genre: Filmi, Ghazal
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Main Gale Lag Jaoon Toh Aag Lag Jaaye
Singer: Asha Bhosle
Music Director: Nashad
Lyricist: Jan Nisar Akhtar
Genre: Filmi
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Trivia


 

    Song

  • Taqdeer Ne Hans Hans Ke Mere Dil Ko Rulaya Fariyad Khudaya Fariyad Khudaya (Dil Ke Phaphole Jal Uthe) - This song opened with the couplet "Dil ke phaphole jal uthe seene ke daag se / Is ghar ko aag lag gayi ghar ke chirag se". The couplet is attributed to an obscure poet named Mahtab Tai Taban. It is said that Taban recited this shair at a Delhi mushaira when he was only 12 years old and was highly appreciated. The couplet was used in two other Hindi film songs - "Andhe Ki Lathi Tu Hi Hai" ("Dhoop Chhaon", 1935) and "Jal Ke Dil Khaaq Hua" ("Parichay", 1954).[1][2]



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