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Woh Shaam Kuch Ajeeb Thi - Khamoshi (1969) | वो शाम कुछ अजीब थी | Kishore Kumar

I was simply bowled out by this song and the movie.The words and the music takes me in a different world.The voice of Kishore Kumar and the music of Hemant Kumar are just immortal and par excellance. The outstanding combination of Kishore Kumar and Hemant Kumar. The beauty of Wahida Rehman and Rajesh Khanna's acting raised the power of the song.

Massive Attack - Teardrop | Album - Mezzanine (1998)

This song was released as a single on 27 April 1998. Vocals are by Elizabeth Fraser of the Cocteau Twins. The song, especially the instrumental portions at the beginning and the end, has been used in numerous TV programmes and movies. The bass drum beat, reminiscent of a heartbeat, was used in the opening theme of the U.S. medical television series House. It also featured as incident music in a 2001 episode of Coronation Street when Sarah Platt is chased and then again at the end. The song's music video featured a plastic fetus in the womb, singing the song. It was directed by Walter Stern. (Source)

Aaj Jaane Ki Zid Na Karo | आज जाने की ज़िद ना करो | Farida Khannum | Asha Bhosle | Habib Wali Mohammad | Shankar Tucker

Farida Khanum is the singer who is known by this song world over. She has sung many other songs as a singer, but there is no function where she was let by the listeners without her singing this song. As many times you hear it, your thirst to hear is never quenched. This Ghazal written by Fayyaz Hashmi. It is sung in Raag Yaman Kalyan.

Tu Kisi Rail Si Gujarti Hai - Masaan (2015) | तू किसी रेल सी | Swanand Kirkire


Recently watched this wonderful movie Masaan (2015). I am totally amazed by the movie and music given by Indian Ocean and specially by this song. When I searched this song on Internet I came to know that writer Varun Grover written this song from taking inspiration from a Ghazal Main jise odhta hoon bichata hoon  by well known poet Dushyant Kumar. The voice of Swanand Kirkire is just too good for this beautiful song and of-course when you watch this movie you will come to know why Varun has taken those two lines from Dushyant Kumar Ghazal. I hope you guys also enjoy this wonderful magic of Indian Ocean.

Yeh Dil Na Hota Bechara - Jewel Thief (1967) ये दिल ना होता बेचारा | | Kishore Kumar

This evergreen song by Kishore Da is considered to be inspire from the whistle music from film ''Bridge On The River Kwai (1958)'. Dev Anand looking silly with that plastic fish - but so lovable at the same time. Such evergreen song will always thrive from generation to generation for sure.

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