Know who won the Bitburger Open Badmintion tournament. For more new log on to
stock market, Jammu and Kashmir may emerge multi-sectoral commercial hub, India to export 4lakh tonne rice to bangladesh,ICC ratings issues sachin rank 2 and many indian criketers in top 20, Chetan Anand's dream of winning his first Grand Prix title, M S Gill the new sports minister of the india.
For more news, information, and updates log on to www.headlinesindia****
Sports updates over Chetan Anand's win in Bitburger Open badminton title,
Yuvraj and Jaffar’s performance in the drawn match and much more. For more news and updates
keep logging our website headlinesindia****
Jana Na Dil Se Door is an unreleased film by director producer Vijay Anand. He was working on this film when he suffered from a massive heart attack & passed away in 2004. This project was very close to his heart as he was making this film after his elder brother Chetan Anand passed away and realized that he lost some one very special and hence the title Jana Na Dil Se Door. He & his brother Dev Anand developed closer ties thereafter and were working on this film together. Vijay Anand introduced two new faces with this project, Rajeshwar & Indrani Mukherjee. Here is EXCLUSIVE footage from the making of the film.
For daily dose of entertainment news log on to: http://www.lehren.co
Like our Updates: http://www.facebook.com/LehrenEntertainment
Follow our tweets: https://twitter.com/lehrentv
A song from the classic re-incarnation flick, "Kudrat" (1981), starring Rajesh Khanna, Vinod Khanna, Hema Malini, and Priya Rajvansh. Sung by Asha Bhosle, Suresh Wadkar, and chorus. Music by the late, great R.D. Burman.
Filmed in Beautiful Himachal Pradesh
Chetan Anand directs this family drama starring Hema Malini and Rajesh Khanna who are paired opposite each other. This suspense murder mystery also casts Raj Kumar and Vinod Khanna. The beautiful songs of composed by R D Burman. The songs are worth hearing.
"Masoom" (English: Innocent) is a 1983 Indian film and Shekhar Kapur's first directorial venture. The critically acclaimed film starred Naseeruddin Shah, Shabana Azmi, Tanuja, Supriya Pathak and Saeed Jaffrey, as well as child actors Jugal Hansraj and Urmila Matondkar. The screenplay and dialogues were written by Gulzar and the music was contributed by R.D. Burman.
The plot was broadly based on Man, Woman and Child written by Erich Segal. Shekhar Kapoor the director of the movie went on to make several other internationally acclaimed movies in the future like, Bandit Queen and Elizabeth.
* Best actor -- Naseeruddin Shah
* Best music -- R.D. Burman
* Best lyrics -- Gulzar
* Best female playback singer -- Aarti Mukherji..............
Bhupinder Singh AKA Bhupendra Singh (born April 8, 1939 New Delhi) is an Indian musician, chiefly a Ghazal singer and Bollywood playback singer.
Bhupinder's father Natha Singh was a trained vocalist and his early music teacher
Early in his career, Bhupinder performed on All India Radio, Delhi. He was also attached to the Delhi Doordarshan center, Delhi. He learnt guitar and violin. In 1964, music director Madan Mohan heard him over AIR, and called him to Bombay. He gave him a chance to sing the song Hoke Majboor Mujhe Usne Bulaya Hoga with Mohammad Rafi in Chetan Anand's Haqeeqat. Although the song was hit, Bhupinder didn't get much recognition. He sang a few more songs in some low-budget films.
Later, Bhupinder joined Rahul Dev Burman's orchestra and played guitar for many of his popular scores including Dum Maro Dum. He became a good friend of R D Burman, who gave him a chance to sing in Gulzar's Parichay (1972). Bhupinder sang two songs in the movie, Beeti Na Beetai Raina and Mitwa Bole Meethe Bai, which gave him recognition as a singer. Bhupinder sang some more popular songs in Gulzar's movies. Some of these songs included Dil Dhoondta Hai, Naam Gum Jayega and Ek Akela Is Shaher Mein.
Gradually, Bhupinder started releasing private albums. His first LP had three self-composed songs and was released in 1968. In 1978, he released his second LP of ghazals, in which he introduced the Spanish guitar, bass and drums to the ghazal style. In 1980, he released his third LP titled Woh Jo Shair Tha, for which the lyrics were written by Gulzar.
In the mid-1980s, Bhupinder married a Bangladeshi singer Mitali and moved away from playback singing. Together, they gave several successful performances at ghazal concerts and live performances.....................
Suresh Wadkar (Marathi: सुरेश वाडकर, 1954) is an Indian playback singer. He performs in both Hindi and Marathi language films.
Suresh Wadkar was born in Kolhapur, India. At the age of 8, he began acquiring basic music education from Jialal Vasant. He soon impressed his guru with the quality of his voice. He began performing on the stage at a very early age.
Though groomed for Indian classical music, he entered the Sur-Singar competition in 1976. Wadkar won the competition which was judged by composers from the Indian film industry including Jaidev. Jaidev later offered him the song "Seene Mein Jalan" in the film Gaman (released in 1978). He also performed in the film Paheli (released 1977).
At the time, Lata Mangeshkar was so impressed with his voice that she strongly recommended him to film personalities including Laxmikant-Pyarelal, Khayyam and Kalyanji-Anandji. Laxmikant-Pyarelal, impressed with his voice, soon recorded a duet with Lata "Chal Chameli Bagh Mein" for Krodhi (released in 1981). Soon after, he was given the opportunity to perform for songs in Hum Paanch, Pyaasa Sawan ("Megha re Megha Re") and above all, his turning point in films - Raj Kapoor's Prem Rog (released in 1982).
Wadkar also produced the film Tanman****. He was a judge on the Indian TV singing show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Little Champs International and for the 2005 Sanjeet Awards.
Wadkar is married to classical singer Padma. He has two daughters, Ananya and Gia.
In 1976, Wadkar won the Madan Mohan Best Male Singer Award at the Sur-Singar competition. He also won the 2007 Maharashtra Pride Award which is given by the government of Maharashtra to citizens of note..............
[Wikipedia & IMDb]
"Kudrat" is a 1981 Hindi movie written and directed by Chetan Anand. The film stars Raaj Kumar, Rajesh Khanna and Hema Malini.
The film's music is by R. D. Burman and the lyrics are by Majrooh Sultanpuri. The song "Hamein Tumse Pyar Kitna" is heard twice in the film, first time by a a male singer (Kishore Kumar) and the second time by a female singer (Parveen Sultana). Kumar was nominated for a Filmfare Award for his rendering of the song, while Sultana walked away with the Filmfare Best Female Playback Award for her version of the song.
The film became a hit at the box office, and was the inspiration for plots in films such as "Chandramukhi", made in Malayalam in 1994 and in Tamil in 2006, which in turn was remade as Bhool Bhulaiya in 2007.
Awards and nominations
* Filmfare Best Female Playback Award--Parveen Sultana for the song "Hame Tumse Pyar Kitna"
* Filmfare Best Story Award--Chetan Anand
* Filmfare Best Cinematographer Award--Jal Mistry
* Filmfare Nomination for Best Male Playback Singer--Kishore Kumar for the song "Hame Tumse Pyar Kitna"....
Kishore Kumar ( Hindi: किशोर कुमार) (August 4, 1929 October 13, 1987) was Indian film playback singer and actor. Along with Mukesh and Mohammed Rafi, he dominated Indian film playback music from the 1950s to the 1970s. Kumar also achieved notable success as a lyricist, composer, producer, director, screenwriter and scriptwriter.
Kishore Kumar was a prolific vocalist and sang in many Indian languages including Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Assamese, Gujarati, Kannada, Bhojpuri, Malayalam and Oriya. He is also widely regarded as the most versatile singer in the history of Indian cinema and a maverick of sorts for lending his voice to songs that did not conform to the norms of the day.
In October 1987, he died following a massive heart attack. He had been married four times and is survived by his two sons Amit Kumar, who made his career in playback singing in Bollywood and Bengali films, and Sumit Kumar.
Year ↓ Song ↓ Film ↓ Music director ↓ Lyricist ↓
1969 Roop tera mastaana Aradhana Sachin Dev Burman Anand Bakshi
1975 Dil aisa kisi ne Amanush Shyamal Mitra Indeevar
1978 Khaike Pan Banaras Wala Don Kalyanji-Anandji Anjaan
1980 Hazaar raahen mudke dekheen Thodisi Bewafaii Khayyam Gulzar
1982 Pag ghunghroo baandh Namak Halaal Bappi Lahiri Anjaan
1983 Hamen aur jeene ki Agar Tum Na Hote Rahul Dev Burman Gulshan Bawra
1984 Manzilen apni jagah Sharaabi Bappi Lahiri Anjaan
1985 Saagar Kinaare Saagar Rahul Dev Burman Javed Akhtar
Bengal Film Journalists' Association Awards; * 1971 - Best Male Playback Singer for Aradhana * 1972 - Best Male Playback Singer for Andaz * 1973 - Best Male Playback Singer for Hare Rama Hare Krishna * 1975 - Best Male Playback Singer for Kora Kagaz.............
[Wikipedia & IMDb]
The Param Vir Chakra (PVC) is awarded to officers and enlisted personnel of all military branches for the highest degree of valor or self-sacrifice in the presence of the enemy. It may be awarded posthumously. The PVC is a post-Independent equivalent of the Victoria Cross (VC).
The Param Vir Chakra Winners :
1947-48 J&K Operations
• Major Somnath Sharma, 4 Kumaon, posthumous
• 2nd Lt. Rama Raghoba Rane, Corps of Engineers
• CHM Piru Singh, 6 Rajputana Rifles, posthumous
• Naik Jadunath Singh, 1 Rajput, posthumous
• Lance Naik Karam Singh, 1 Sikh
1962 Indo-China War
• Major Shaitan Singh, 13 Kumaon, posthumous
• Major Dhan Singh Thapa, 1/8 Gorkha Rifles
• Subedar Joginder Singh, 1 Sikh, posthumous
1965 Indo-Pak War
• Lt. Col. A.B. Tarapore, 17 Poona Horse, posthumous
• CQMH Abdul Hamid, 4 Grenadiers, posthumous
1971 Indo-Pak War
• Major Hoshiar Singh, 3 Grenadiers - 1971 War
• 2nd Lt. Arun Khetarpal, 17 Poona Horse, posthumous
• Fg. Off. N.J.S. Sekhon, No.18 Squadron, posthumous
• Lance Naik Albert Ekka, 14 Guards, posthumous
1999 Kargil Operations
• Captain Vikram Batra, 13 JAK Rifles, posthumous
• Lieutenant Manoj K. Pandey, 1/11 GR, posthumous
• Grenadier Yogender Singh Yadav, 18 Grenadiers
• Rifleman Sanjay Kumar, 13 JAK Rifles
• Captain G.S. Salaria, 3/1 GR, posthumous - UN Operations
• Naib Subedar Bana Singh, 8 JAK LI - Siachen Operations
• Major R. Parameswaran, 8 Mahar, posthumous - IPKF Operations
Param Vir Chakra Tv Serial
In 1988, a television serial based on the reconstruction and dramatisation of the events was aired on the Indian National Channel DD National titled Param Vir Chakra. The tele-series was made by noted film maker Chetan Anand and ran for 15 episodes.
A number of noted celebrities participated in the series. Film actor Farooque Shaikh played Somnath Sharma, Puneet Issar played Naik Jadunath Singh, Vijayendra Ghatge played Lance Naik Karam Singh, Naseeruddin Shah played CQMH Abdul Hamid, Anu Kapoor played Albert Ekka, Brando Bakshi played Captain Gurbachan Singh Salaria.
The serial received full support from the Indian Armed Forces. The Army and the Air Force provided all the equipment for the shooting. The title track "Shaan teri kabhi kam na ho" (May your honour never decrease) was a much famous track during those days.
Links to the Original Content
Video : *******www.youtube****/watch?v=ikhK83iOlH0
Audio : *******www.youtube****/user/Aminderpal