Shin Shinaki Boobla Boo

Shin Shinaki Boobla Boo

Album Category: Hindi, Film
Year: 1952
Music Director: C. Ramchandra
Lyricist: Pyarelal Santoshi
Label: Saregama
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Album Credits: MUSIC ASSISTANT: Chic Chocolate.
 
Film Credits: DIRECTOR: P.L. Santoshi. PRODUCER: P.L. Santoshi. STORY: Ramanand Sagar. SCREENPLAY: Deben Mukherjee. DIALOGUE: P.L. Santoshi. ACTOR: Rehana, More...
 



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Takka Lai Kali Dai (Yeh Khilti Kali Koi Layi)
Singer: Lata Mangeshkar
Music Director: C. Ramchandra
Lyricist: Pyarelal Santoshi
Genre: Classic Pop
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Arre Baba Yeh Hansi Baba Yeh Khushi Baba (Kha Baba Pee Baba)
Singer: Lata Mangeshkar
Music Director: C. Ramchandra
Lyricist: Pyarelal Santoshi
Genre: Filmi
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Kaise Hain Mizaj Kahiye (Bade Soorma Banke Nikle The)
 
Singer: Lata Mangeshkar
Music Director: C. Ramchandra
Lyricist: Pyarelal Santoshi
Genre: Filmi
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Saain Re Ghar Ghar Mein Ek Chor
Singer: Lata Mangeshkar
Music Director: C. Ramchandra
Lyricist: Pyarelal Santoshi
Genre: Bhajan
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Ek Baar Jo Parde Se Phir Chham Se Tera Aana Ho
Singer: Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar
Music Director: C. Ramchandra
Lyricist: Pyarelal Santoshi
Genre: Filmi
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Shin Shinaki Boobla Boo
Singer: Lata Mangeshkar, C. Ramchandra
Music Director: C. Ramchandra
Lyricist: Pyarelal Santoshi
Genre: Classic Pop, Jazz
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Tum Kya Jaano Tumhari Yaad Mein Hum Kitna Roye
Singer: Lata Mangeshkar
Music Director: C. Ramchandra
Lyricist: Pyarelal Santoshi
Genre: Sugam
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Trivia


 

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  • This film was banned by the central government based on the authority over the Censor Board granted to it by The Cinematograph Act, 1952 passed the same year. While the Censor Board gave it a Universal rating, the government decided to ban the film because of its "low moral tone". The ban was later revoked but it had already dealt a huge financial blow to the film's producer and director, P.L. Santoshi, who never quite recovered from the setback. He continued to direct and write for films, but this was his last film as a producer.[MR20]

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  • Tum Kya Jaano Tumhari Yaad Mein Hum Kitna Roye - P.L. Santoshi's rise a director corresponded with the rise of the lead heroine in his films, Rehana. Santoshi fell in love with Rehana but it remained unrequited. It is said that this 1952 song picturized on Rehana was Santoshi's expression of his broken heart.[1]



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