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Barsaat Ki Raat was also one of the last films to star celebrated actress Madhubala. It has particularly strong female characters who are independent-minded and choose their own loves and destiny.
Views Read Edit View history. The climax, of course, is the coming together of the lovers, Aman and Shabnam, after a long and painful kki. Interestingly, Khhayam was asked to do the music for the film but he walked out because the director wanted him to base na to karvan ki talash tune on that of a qawwali sung by Pakistani artistes. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. This is music director Roshan’s first big success; almost all the film songs became hits.
The movie glorifies the lives of “singing girls” not often regarded highly in Indian society. Nirupama Dutt Hindustan Times, Chandigarh.
Tribute to music composer Roshan Musical milestone: It was directed by P. Retrieved from ” https: Through the s before film music reinvented itself, many fine examples of this genre were found, more so in films broadly labelled as Muslim socials.
Na To Karvan Ki Talash Hai (Dave Sharma Remix)
This article about a Hindi film of the s is a stub. It was a case of the best elements coming together in an inspired team work.
The first person to turn to is none other than singer-actor Kamal Tewari who could sing the entire qawwali, in his younger days, with its varied ragas, taal, interventions and all in his sonorous voice.
Na To Karvan Ki Talash Hai (Dave Sharma Remix) – Manna Dey & Asha Bhosle Song – BBC Music
The story features a number of innovative themes while maintaining the basic form of a love story. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Barsaat Ki Raat translation: Roshan, who suffered from chronic heart disease, was ill na to karvan ki talash this qawwali was to be shot, so he handed the job to the trusted Batish who rehearsed with the singers and directed their parts. The other factors were the singers and the director who shot the sequence so intensely with every small actor, even the extras, showing great involvement.
The genre of qawwali came to the Indian cinema from the year-old Sufi mystic tradition, very popular in the north.
This film was released in black-and-white. As the legend goes, the qawwali took 24 hours to record and is till date a musical milestone. Conflicts are not so much between the wishes of the parents and na to karvan ki talash about whom the children will marry, as is a common theme in Indian movies, but on the more complex level of conflicts among the main characters and the duplicitous signals men and women send each other.
Barsaat Ki Raat – Wikipedia
Roshan agreed taking the ground of that composition and then working wonders with his own genius. The song and dance does not occur randomly as is talaash the case in Indian movies; instead it is an integral part of the story-line, which involves a poet and singer as well as poetry competitions that were once common.
Roshan Sahir Ludhianvi film song lyrics. This page was last edited on 19 Decemberat Na to karvan ki talash became particularly popular for its qawwali songs and was one of the biggest hits at the box office in Although it is set with Muslim characters, the movie nz shows the universality of sensual love. Jarvan 23, Not just old timers but even younger music lovers are swept away by the sheer magic of this particular qawwali written by Sahir Ludhianvi, set to music by Roshan and sung by Mohammad Rafi, Manna Dey, Asha Bhonsle, Sudha Malhotra and even SD Batish lending his voice for a talasg or two.
The tragic element is the qawwali singer Shamma, played by Shyama, accepting the defeat of her unsaid love for the hero.