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Comments for song "Bahe Na Kabhi Nain Se Nir"
moula53 on Thursday, December 25, 2008
El aafou ya akhi

oldclassics60 on Thursday, December 25, 2008
***** 5/5 Raina

moula53 on Thursday, December 25, 2008
Ya marhaba sister

Chandrashekhar Gupta on Friday, December 26, 2008
Mukesh on Dev Anand, with Maya Banerjee (my guess) in the frame, in Vidya
(1948). S.D.Burman's music on Yashodanand Joshi's lyrics.

moula53 on Sunday, December 28, 2008
Thanks Shekhar bhai

Chandrashekhar Gupta on Monday, December 29, 2008
You're welcome, Moulaji. Tkx for your fantastic uploads.

jasbongy on Saturday, January 30, 2010
''Dil ki anhe kabhee na bahar aaye.'' what a beautiful lyrics. Shabu, dear
thanks for uploading this awesome song,sung sooo beautifully by Mukesh ji.I
have never heard it but really enjoyed. Geet ka dard in Mukesh ji ki
aawazmei really dil ko choo gaya. Very beautifully presented video with
your artistic mind. Bless you. Love Sarla.

V. Siddhartha on Sunday, January 31, 2010
Thanks,Sarlaji,for the forward. I am familiar with all Vidya songs
including the sweet and innocent Suraiyya-Mukesh duet Laayi Khushi Ki
Duniya. Like Lataji in her early years, Mukesh had the sweetest voice until
about the start of 1970s, although both are always sweet to listen to.
Mukesh passed away in Detroit just a few days after I attended a concert by
him and Lataji in Boston( 1976). Good upload by MsShabana123.

jasbongy on Sunday, January 31, 2010
Vipan ji how was listening to Mukesh ji in person? And Lata ji ?Did you
listen to Lata ji in a concert ? Wow. I am getting goose bumps . How does
Lata ji looked on stage? Must be really very dignified and some
personality.With respect. Sarla.

V. Siddhartha on Sunday, January 31, 2010
Yes, it was a concert tour. The performance was at the Berklee College of
Music in Boston with about 300 people in attendance. Lataji was then 46,
very slender. She was also a bit shy. Her stage demeanor was not magnetic
until she started singing the songs ,but of course the voice was absolutely
magical as always. A few days later the tour ended in tragedy as Mukesh
collapsed before the Detriot performance. Lataji brought his body home on
the plane back. He was her " Mukesh Bhaiyya" after all.

V. Siddhartha on Sunday, January 31, 2010
And yes, Mukesh was equally entralling. He had more of a stage presence. He
engaged with the audience with pre-performance remarks and in-between songs
too. The only other big-name performers I saw then were Talat Mehmood and
the great Bharatnatyam dancer Indrani Rehman, both wonderful of course.
Cambridge and Boston even then had enough Indo-Pak students and others at
Harvard, MIT and other places to pay for such concerts . Tickets ranged
from 5 to 10 dollars, I vaguely recall.

kuckudk on Sunday, January 31, 2010
Hi Shabbu the way you are uploading the old and rare songs, I presume you
are 70 years old. If not post you own picture along with Shridevi.

jasbongy on Sunday, January 31, 2010
Thanks Vipan ji for Info.You heard all three legends singing that is really
great. i can understand what Lata ji must be going through while coming
back to india after this tragedy. We are really lucky to have such
brilliant legend singers . I have heard Nitin Mukesh and Ritesh Hemant
Kumar in my college time. With respect. Sarla.

Kalki Kalyani on Sunday, January 31, 2010

MsSHABANA123 on Sunday, January 31, 2010
Sir,Thank you, as ever your sense of humor styles are at par with the great
Kishoreda, i was born just after him so i could be him in this life, lol.

CryForCry on Wednesday, March 03, 2010
This melody is so lovely that it brings the whole moonlit in my mind.

eenam786 on Sunday, May 02, 2010
Love dis on First Sight!!!!!!

crazyoldsongs on Thursday, July 22, 2010
@chamogaa thanks for sharing this song vipan da . i have definitely heard
it a few times before but ages ago . i had a penchant for old songs even as
a school kid as my father used to love listening to the radio . loved
listening to this melody ! you have revived my childhood memories . thanks
once again for reminding about this sweet song .

kirti kumar Khanna on Wednesday, October 27, 2010
are wha wha how you have sent me 60 years behind when i was only 14 and
this song was so populer . .bless you wherever you are shbana jee

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Film cast: Dev Anand, Suraiya, Madan Puri, Maya Banerjee, Cuckoo, Ghulam Mohammad, Munshi Khanjar
Singer: Mukesh, Suraiya, Amirbai
Lyricist: S Joshi
Music Director: S D Burman
Film Director: G Trivedi
External Links: Vidya at IMDB    
Watch Full Movie: Vidya at YouTube    Vidya at YouTube    

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