Tag: Khurshid Anwar

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Here are my five favorite ghost songs from Indian/Pakistani films in no particular order. 1. Jhoom Jhoom dhalti raat (Lata Mangeshkar) Kohraa (1964) featured the ethereal Waheeda Rehman as the mysterious rake Biswajeet’s second wife who’s haunted by his dead wife. Based on Alfred Hitchcock’s Rebecca (1940), the chilling ambience of this film was sublimated […]
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No. Year Song Singer/s Ishara (1943) baghon men koyal Suraiya, Satish Batra Ishara (1943) panghat pe panghat pe Suraiya Ishara (1943) hamen gham de ke Gauhar Sultana Ishara (1943) dil le ke dagha Vatsala Kumathekar Ishara (1943) dhere dheere bol Rajkumari, G. M. Durrani Ishara (1943) ishq ka dard suhana Vatsala Kumathekar Ishara (1943) sajanawa […]

Khurshid Anwar

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On October 16, 2009

The cultural capital of Pakistan, Lahore has contributed much to the flowering of cinematic arts, and the melodic culture of the Sub-continent. It has groomed a large number of film-makers, actors-act

Chingari (1964)

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On September 25, 2009

Chingari has all the qualities in greater measure of its predecessors: a musical score of rare virtuosity, mature craftsmanship, and a high standard of artistic integrity. What makes it stand out stil

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