Khushboo

Khushboo

Album Category: Hindi, Film
Year: 1975
Music Director: R.D. Burman
Lyricist: Gulzar
Label: H.M.V.
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Album Credits: MUSIC ASSISTANTS: Sapan Chakraborty, Manohari Singh. SONGS RECORDED BY: Kaushik.
 
Film Credits: DIRECTOR: Gulzar. PRODUCER: Prasan Kapoor. STORY: Saratchandra Chatterjee. SCREENPLAY: Gulzar, More...
 



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Bechaara Dil Kya Kare
Singer: Asha Bhosle
Music Director: R.D. Burman
Lyricist: Gulzar
Genre: Filmi, Sugam
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Ghar Jayegi Tar Jayegi
Singer: Asha Bhosle
Music Director: R.D. Burman
Lyricist: Gulzar
Genre: Filmi
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O Majhi Re Apna Kinara
Singer: Kishore Kumar
Music Director: R.D. Burman
Lyricist: Gulzar
Genre: Filmi, Bengali Folk
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Do Nainon Mein Aansoo Bhare Hain
Singer: Lata Mangeshkar
Music Director: R.D. Burman
Lyricist: Gulzar
Genre: Sugam
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Trivia


 

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  • This was the second of the series of three films in which Gulzar directed Jeetendra. The other two films were "Parichay" (1972) and "Kinara" (1977). Two of these films were produced by Jeetendra's banner Tirupati Pictures - this film and "Parichay" (1972). All three films had R.D. Burman's music and Gulzar's lyrics.[1][2]
  • This film was based on the Bengali novel "Panditmashai" by Sarat Chandra Chatterjee. The novel had previously been adapted for a Bengali film of the time same title in 1951 by director Naresh Mitra.
  • Sharmila Tagore's "Special Appearance" credit appeared in the opening credits in an odd place - between Gulzar's credit for dialogue and lyrics and R.D. Burman's credit for music.
  • Hema Malini found it difficult shooting for this film and "Sholay" (1975) at around the same time because of the stark difference between her characters in the two films. While Ramesh Sippy would have her speak her lines very fast for "Sholay" (1975), Gulzar would have her deliver her dialogues slowly.[3]

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  • Do Nainon Mein Aansoo Bhare Hain - R.D. Burman had previously used this composition for the Bengali non-film song "Tomate Amate Dekha Hoye Hoyechhilo" which he had sung himself.[4]



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