Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak

Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak

Album Category: Hindi, Film
Year: 1988
Music Director: Anand - Milind
Lyricist: Majrooh Sultanpuri
Label: T-Series
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Album Credits: MUSIC ASSISTANTS: Prakash Verma, Anil Mohile. SONGS RECORDED BY: Ashok Shukla; AT: Recording Centre.
 
Film Credits: DIRECTOR: Mansoor Khan. PRODUCER: Nasir Husain. STORY: Nasir Husain. SCREENPLAY: Nasir Husain. DIALOGUE: Nasir Husain. ACTOR: Aamir Khan, More...
 



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Papa Kehte Hain Bada Naam Karega
Singer: Udit Narayan
Music Director: Anand - Milind
Lyricist: Majrooh Sultanpuri
Genre: Filmi, Pop, Rock
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Akele Hain Toh Kya Gham Hai
Singer: Alka Yagnik, Udit Narayan
Music Director: Anand - Milind
Lyricist: Majrooh Sultanpuri
Genre: Sugam, Pop
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Kaahe Sataye Kaahe Ko Rulaye
Singer: Alka Yagnik
Music Director: Anand - Milind
Lyricist: Majrooh Sultanpuri
Genre: Sugam
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Gazab Ka Hai Din Socho Zara
Singer: Alka Yagnik, Udit Narayan
Music Director: Anand - Milind
Lyricist: Majrooh Sultanpuri
Genre: Filmi, Pop
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Ae Mere Humsafar Ek Zara Intezar
Singer: Alka Yagnik, Udit Narayan
Music Director: Anand - Milind
Lyricist: Majrooh Sultanpuri
Genre: Filmi, Sugam, Pop
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Papa Kehte They Bada Naam Karega
Singer: Udit Narayan
Music Director: Anand - Milind
Lyricist: Majrooh Sultanpuri
Genre: Filmi
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Trivia


 

    Album

  • This Nasir Hussain production had many firsts. It was the first Nasir Hussain film in more than a decade that he himself did not direct. His son Mansoor Khan took over from him as director. It was also the first film in which Aamir Khan and Juhi Chawla played lead roles. Finally, this was the first Nasir Hussain production in many years in which R.D. Burman did not compose the music. Mansoor Khan had Anand - Milind compose the film's music.
  • This film was initially titled "Nafrat Ke Waris".
  • Writer, producer Nasir Husain had originally envisioned a sad ending for this film but he developed cold feet midway through the film's making and asked his son and the director of the film, Mansoor Khan, to change the ending to a happy one. After many debates over this, Mansoor Khan shot both a happy ending and a tragic ending for the film and eventually chose the sad ending. On watching the film's preview, Nasir Husain acknowledged that his son had made the right decision.
  • Nasir Husain had started writing this film with Sachin Bhowmick but when Bhowmick ran out of ideas, Husain brought his children Mansoor Khan and Nuzhat Khan, and nephew Aamir Khan on board. While the film's dialogues were Nasir Husain's, the screenplay was a joint effort.[MR14]
  • This was actor Imran Khan's first Hindi film. He appeared in the film as the younger version of the role played by his uncle, Aamir Khan. He would play the child version of Aamir Khan's character again in the film "Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar" (1992).[1]
  • Director Mansoor Khan had wanted "Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar" (1992) to his debut film. In fact, Aamir Khan's character in it was inspired by his own life. He had started working on its script but was not quite happy with it when his father, Nasir Husain, and sister, Nuzhat Khan, asked him if he would consider directing this film first. Since his father wasn't well at the time and since his script for "Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar" wasn't ready, Mansoor Khan agreed to do this film instead.[2]
  • This was the first major film in which actor Feroz was credited as Arjun. He took Arjun as his screen name after he gained fame playing the role of Arjun in the TV series "Mahabharat" (1988 - 1990). He was credited as Feroz in all his films prior to 1988.

    Song

  • Papa Kehte Hain Bada Naam Karega - At the beginning of the second antara, this song from an Aamir Khan film featured his then wife Reena Dutta and his cousin Nuzhat Khan, the daughter of producer/director Nasir Hussain and the mother of actor Imran Khan.[MR12]
  • Akele Hain Toh Kya Gham Hai - This song is a faithful rip-off of the instrumental "Return To The Alamo" by The Shadows.[3]
  • Gazab Ka Hai Din Socho Zara - Portions of this Anand - Milind song appear to be inspired by "Play Me" by Neil Diamond.[4]



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