Aag

Aag

Album Category: Hindi, Film
Year: 1948
Music Director: Ram Ganguly
Lyricist: Behzad Lakhnavi, Saraswati Kumar Deepak, Majrooh Sultanpuri
Label: Saregama
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Album Credits: MUSIC ASSISTANT: Kamal Ganguli.
 
Film Credits: DIRECTOR: Raj Kapoor. PRODUCER: Raj Kapoor. STORY: Inder Raj. SCREENPLAY: Inder Raj. DIALOGUE: Inder Raj. ACTOR: Nargis, More...
 



Song Listing


 
Rab Mere Araj Sun Meri
Singer: Mukesh, Shailesh
Music Director: Ram Ganguly
Lyricist: Saraswati Kumar Deepak
Genre: Filmi
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Dekh Chand Ki Or (Kahin Ka Deepak Kahin Ki Baati)
Singer: Shamshad Begum, Shailesh
Music Director: Ram Ganguly
Lyricist: Saraswati Kumar Deepak
Genre: Filmi, Bengali Folk, Sugam
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Zinda Hoon Is Tarah
Singer: Mukesh
Music Director: Ram Ganguly
Lyricist: Behzad Lakhnavi
Genre: Filmi
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Raat Ko Ji Chamken Taare
Singer: Shamshad Begum, Mukesh
Music Director: Ram Ganguly
Lyricist: Majrooh Sultanpuri
Genre: Filmi, Hindi Folk
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Naa Aankhon Mein Aansoo
Singer: Shamshad Begum
Music Director: Ram Ganguly
Lyricist: Behzad Lakhnavi
Genre: Filmi
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Kaahe Koyal Shor Machaye Re
Singer: Shamshad Begum
Music Director: Ram Ganguly
Lyricist: Behzad Lakhnavi
Genre: Filmi
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Solah Baras Ki Bhayi Umariya
Singer: Shamshad Begum, Mohammed Rafi
Music Director: Ram Ganguly
Lyricist: Behzad Lakhnavi
Genre: Filmi
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Dil Toot Gaya Ji
Singer: Shamshad Begum
Music Director: Ram Ganguly
Lyricist: Behzad Lakhnavi
Genre: Filmi
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Trivia


 

    Album

  • Raj Kapoor first came across Shankar - Jaikishan when they were assisting Ram Ganguly on this film's music. He was so impressed by the youngsters that he gave the duo a break in his next film, "Barsaat" (1949).[1]
  • During the making of this film, Raj Kapoor witnessed Shailendra reciting his poem "Jalta Hai Punjab" in a kavi sammelan. He felt the poem would fit the theme of partition on which this film was based and made Shailendra an offer but was turned down because Shailendra did not want to sell his poetry. The two reconciled later and after debuting in another Raj Kapoor film, "Barsaat" (1949), Shailendra went on to become a critical member of his team.[2]
  • This 1948 film was the first film produced under the R.K. Films banner. Raj Kapoor debuted as a producer, director in this film.

    Song

  • Zinda Hoon Is Tarah - The flute and shehnai in this song, sung by Mukesh and composed by Ram Ganguly, was played by Ramlal Choudhary. Ramlal is best remembered for his music for "Sehra" (1963) and "Geet Gaaya Patharon Ne" (1964).[3]



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