Gangster

Gangster

Album Category: Hindi, Film
Year: 2006
Music Director: Pritam
Lyricist: Sayeed Quadri, Mayur Puri, Neelesh Misra
Label: Saregama
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Album Credits: MIXED & MASTERED BY: Eric Pillai (Future Sound Of Bombay). BACKGROUND MUSIC: Raju Singh.
 
Film Credits: DIRECTOR: Anurag Basu. PRODUCER: Mukesh Bhatt. STORY: Mahesh Bhatt. SCREENPLAY: Anurag Basu. DIALOGUE: Girish Dhamija. ACTOR: Emraan Hashmi, More...
 
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Song Listing


 
Tu Hi Meri Shab Hai
Singer: KK
Music Director: Pritam
Lyricist: Sayeed Quadri
Genre: Pop, Filmi
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Bheegi Bheegi Si Hain Raaten
Singer: James
Music Director: Pritam
Lyricist: Mayur Puri
Genre: Rock, Filmi
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Lamha Lamha (Male)
Singer: Abhijeet
Music Director: Pritam
Lyricist: Neelesh Misra
Genre: Pop, Filmi
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Ya Ali
Singer: Zubeen Garg
Music Director: Pritam
Lyricist: Sayeed Quadri
Genre: Sufi/Qawwali, Filmi
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Tu Hi Meri Shab Hai (Euro Mix)
Singer: KK
Music Director: Pritam
Lyricist: Sayeed Quadri
Genre: Pop, Filmi
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Mujhe Mat Roko
Singer: Kavita Seth
Music Director: Pritam
Lyricist: Sayeed Quadri
Genre: Filmi, Sugam
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Lamha Lamha (Duet)
Singer: Abhijeet, Sunidhi Chauhan
Music Director: Pritam
Lyricist: Neelesh Misra
Genre: Pop, Filmi
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Tu Hi Meri Shab Hai (Remix)
Singer: KK
Music Director: Pritam
Lyricist: Sayeed Quadri
Genre: Pop, Filmi
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Ya Ali (Remix)
Singer: Zubeen Garg
Music Director: Pritam
Lyricist: Sayeed Quadri
Genre: Filmi, Sufi/Qawwali, Pop
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Trivia


 

    Album

  • This was actress Kangana Ranaut's debut film.
  • Mahesh Bhatt had offered Shiney Ahuja's role in this film to cricketer Shoaib Akhtar but he had turned it down.[1]

    Song

  • Tu Hi Meri Shab Hai - This song was based on the instrumental track "Sacral Nirvana" (1997) by Oliver Shanti & Friends.[2]
  • Bheegi Bheegi Si Hain Raaten - This song was a cover of the Bengali song "Prithibi Ta Naki Chhoto Hote Hote" composed by a rock band named Mohiner Ghoraguli that was active in the 1970s. The band and this song were relatively unrecognised when they first emerged on the scene and gained prominence only when an album of Mohiner Ghoraguli covers was released in 1995.[3]
  • Lamha Lamha (Male) - This song was based on the Pakistani film song "Kal Shab Dekha" ("Mujhe Chand Chahiye", 2000) composed by Ronaq Ali - Sajid Ali and sung by Waris Baig.[4]
  • Ya Ali - This song was based on the song "Ya Ghaly" by the Kuwait-based band Guitara.[5][6]



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