Jagjit Singh Ishar on Tuesday, June 01, 2010
congrats 4 ur gr8 effort. i hv heard original version repeatdly being my
most favorit one. pankaj has many butiful gems 2 his credit & the man was
highly talented but 4 lata g words fail me 2 praise her. there is abode of
maa saraswati g in her vocal chords. but u hv xcelntly tried 2 recreate the
video on dalip, madhu bala. tho its difficult task 2 coincide lip movement
but u hv done as one cant judge easily. really u r gr8 & should do more as
there is an ocean of such beautiful gems with us.
jasbongy on Monday, September 20, 2010
Excellent song which Lata ji has sung so well.Originally sung by Pankaj
Malik ji,Lata ji's tribute to great singer is very impressive. Mukhtar
Bhai, you started tgis song with the clip of ''Beiman Tore naynwa nindiya''
brilliantlly. Made for each other handsome couple chosen by you for most of
videos ,here also creates Miracle with this song. Thumbs Up. Thanks for
sharing and for being so creative with your unique videos. Bless you. Didi.
S Qasim Hasan Zaidi on Friday, October 29, 2010
What a profound touch you have given, Mukhtar Bhai, to the fabulous
original number of Pankaj Mullick. It was an ingenious move on your part to
substitute Lata's version and bring Madhubala in place. It is a treat for
those who know about the passionate attraction she felt towards Dilip.
Lata's divine voice and the wonderful lyrics have combined further to
enhance the magic. Thanks a lot.
chamogaa on Tuesday, July 14, 2009
You have not only restored a beloved PM song , you have become a veritable trustee of many musical gems of the pre-1950 era. This is one of those songs that for true love birds quite likely evokes the tenderest romantic feelings on moonlit spring or summer evenings caressed by soothing breezes. Many, many thanks for graciously responding to my request.
om brahma on Thursday, July 21, 2011
My parents too loved Mullick, Saigal, Umadevi, Kanandevi, etc. We had this record which my dad always played on gramaphone (HMV or His Master'sVoice if you remember which you had to wind manually). it a divine experience indeed, especially the wordings, the tune, the voice and very appropriate background music that allows the human voice to be felt.