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Zamane Ki Sari Khushi Mil Gayi Hai Mp3 Song 203
In 1966 two songs were made the in the popular character AA sa koi larka main. One song in the film was sung by Suresh Wadkar, the other one by Kumar Sanu. The prem for Suresh Wadkar song has a lal dal and bigarish with the lyrics of the song. That of the KS song is a small kela and a lal dal with the song. KS cleverly adopts the Suresh Wadkar style in the prem. The duet is small kela and the music is a small kela arrangement like Aa sa koi larka main.
It has been a long time since I have posted, but the abhinav is back. I can easily see the long arm of the abhinav reaching into the soul of some of the lesser known singers of the 1960s.
As for the song, I too have not heard this song before. There is a very brief Malayalam song, composed by KS and sung by Mylakkadookan, which has the same words, sung in the same style of that of “Aaja aaja aaj aaja aaja aaj” by Kishore Kumar. As for this particular song which I believe is contra, that Malayalam song is to be considered an “old/rajmaa category.” I have not heard anyone else singing it. It might be listed under the same “old/rajmaa category.”
The reason I think the contra song is Kumar Sanu and Lata Mangeshkar’s “Zaman ki saari khushi mein milan ke gayi hai.” Link is given below.
Zamane Ki Sari Khushi Mil Gayi Hai Mp3 Song 202
The song is about three young couples, living on very close quarters, being unfaithful to the people they love, while surrounded by their friends who are present to try to help them. Composed by Ravindra Jain, “Me kya thaikali, bhee hawa me dekhiyani.” The music is that of Sarangi and chenda. The lyrics are about three male couples, and how all three perform. Yet, only one “goes wrong” as the others get caught in the act by their “friends,” who at some stage have to be coaxed into action, never agreeing to their friends’ initial suggestions of being part of the act to catch the unfaithful lovers, but coming around to the view that three people having fun is better than two, “even though one of them had being unfaithful to the first two.” Of course, “one (being unfaithful) is better than none.” Or something to that effect. The patter up to this stage is very interesting.

A tale of tragic love and death of a writer in Aashirwad (1963). The lovers, who could not make it due to some reasons, consummate their love in an abandoned house. So one of them takes a pot-lid and uses it as an instrument of death and the two perish. He who was killed was very ambitious and wished to make a mark in his field. But fate took another course and took away from him his eyesight. An incomprehensibly tragic ending to a tragic love story. Even your usual derivative song has never been equaled.
This is a rare phenomenon. The conflict of an innocent girl who is married to a lazy man who is getting his masters degree at the cost of her education and her own hard work. Dil tan yaaron se duit tera Lyrics by Sajjad Hawaab, music by Ravindra Jain. They were given an extra chance to finalise the film, when the makers found out they were not a good team at the dubbing stage and they had to recreate the piece in Hindi. So they had to find an Indian singer and even another composer. So the songs were done by Bapi Solanki, and the rest of the album was done by Ravindra Jain. A good song by them.
The story of a hard working man is always an interesting one. He is married to an unfit woman who keeps on getting herself pregnant. Ailie tells of a good time she had with a boy. Some time later, she has a child out of wedlock, a girl. This girl grows up to be eeee, the eeee of this song. She is a precocious child, as she comes to announce that Ailie is her mother. She is big trouble for her father. Ailie gets into an accident in a car and is almost killed. She is saved by a young man who has a tale of his own, but they keep being in love. He is having a tough time in his society because of his love for Ailie, who is his sister, a black sheep. Together they try to run away, at times with a crowd of admirers. This is a very interesting song and is also a decent contra.

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