Jism

Jism

Album Category: Hindi, Film
Year: 2003
Music Director: M.M. Kreem
Lyricist: Sayeed Quadri, Neelesh Misra
Label: Saregama
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Album Credits: BACKGROUND SCORE: M.M. Kreem. SONGS & BACKGROUND MUSIC RECORDED AT: Kodandapani Studios, Chennai.
 
Film Credits: DIRECTOR: Amit Saxena. PRODUCER: Pooja Bhatt, Sujit Kumar Singh. STORY: Mahesh Bhatt. SCREENPLAY: Mahesh Bhatt. DIALOGUE: Niranjan Iyengar. ACTOR: Bipasha Basu, More...
 



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Jaadu Hai Nasha Hai (Female)
Singer: Shreya Ghoshal
Music Director: M.M. Kreem
Lyricist: Neelesh Misra
Genre: Filmi, Sugam
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Awaarapan Banjarapan - I
Singer: KK
Music Director: M.M. Kreem
Lyricist: Sayeed Quadri
Genre: Filmi, Ghazal
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Shikayat Hai
Singer: Roop Kumar Rathod
Music Director: M.M. Kreem
Lyricist: Sayeed Quadri
Genre: Filmi, Ghazal
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Mere Khwabon Ka
Singer: Udit Narayan
Music Director: M.M. Kreem
Lyricist: Sayeed Quadri
Genre: Filmi, Ghazal
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Chalo Tumko Lekar Chalen
Singer: Shreya Ghoshal
Music Director: M.M. Kreem
Lyricist: Neelesh Misra
Genre: Filmi, Sugam
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Awaarapan Banjarapan - II
Singer: M.M. Kreem
Music Director: M.M. Kreem
Lyricist: Sayeed Quadri
Genre: Filmi, Ghazal
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Jaadu Hai Nasha Hai (Duet)
Singer: Shreya Ghoshal, Shaan
Music Director: M.M. Kreem
Lyricist: Neelesh Misra
Genre: Filmi, Sugam
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Awaarapan Banjarapan - III
 
Singer: M.M. Kreem
Music Director: M.M. Kreem
Lyricist: Sayeed Quadri
Genre: Filmi
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Trivia


 

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  • Neelesh Misra made his debut as lyricist in this film.
  • This film was based on the Hollywood thriller "Body Heat" (1981).
  • John Abraham made his acting debut in this film. "Aetbaar" (2004) was the first film he had signed, but it had gotten delayed due to some reason.[1][2]
  • Lyricist Sayeed Quadri had debuted 20 years ago in the film "Dhat Tere Ki" (1983). Opportunities were hard to come by, and after struggling for some time, a disappointed Quadri had returned to his hometown, Jodhpur. Many years later Quadri met Mahesh Bhatt, who was in Jodhpur for a book launch. Bhatt, who was an old acquaintance from the time both were struggling artists in Bombay, was happy to meet Quadri and invited him to his hotel room. An inspired Quadri wrote the ghazal "Awaarapan Banjarapan" there and then, and dedicated it to Mahesh Bhatt. Impressed by the ghazal, Bhatt asked his daughter Pooja Bhatt to take Quadri on for this film. This was Sayeed Quadri's first Hindi film in 20 years.[3][4]



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