Sun Bairi Balam Sach Bol Re – Remembering Rajkumari Dubey

Let me first wish everyone a Happy Holi This year I had planned to publish posts based on songs of the female playback singers of the 40s. Last month I wrote about Zohrabai Ambalewali, this month is reserved for Rajkumari Dubey. There was yet another Rajkumari in the Hindi film industry. To avoid confusion, they …

It’s Time To Clap!

No no, it's not the blog's anniversary! But something interesting! A few years back I really enjoyed my post 'Hindi songs with whistling'. It was one of my favourite posts. I had a second part as well to fit my 90s series. In the beginning of this month, a fellow blogger, Anitaji on her blog, …

Mehfil announces the month of ‘Train Songs’

Trains, the train tracks, have been an important part of our Hindi cinema. There have been romantic songs on a train, or people separating from each other on a railway platform, singing soulful songs on the train etc. An equally popular scenario is of the hero traveling on the roads and the heroine traveling on …

Ghulam Mohammad – A Tribute

A couple of years back, I published a post based on Ghulam Mohammad's rarely heard songs. I promised to come back with his popular songs. It's actually unconventional to talk first about the rarely heard songs, then of popular songs. But I did. And then I couldn't come up with the next post. But better …

(Part 5) Lata with Forgotten / Lesser Known Composers

I was thinking of the fifth part as the last part of the series. But interestingly enough, I still have a list of composers. So I can't call today's part as the last part. But I'll wait for a while and think about the next part later. We are taking an overview of Lata's journey …

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