"Haal Kaisa Hain Janab Ka?
Kya Khyaal Hain Aapka?
Tum Toh Machal Gaye O Ho Ho
Yunhi Fisal Gaye Aa Aa Aa"
🙈😂❤🌸😍👏✔✨☺ One of my all time favorites!
This song can never make one feel bored. Every time I hear this song it feels as fresh as the morning winds.
Those damn cute O and Aa sounds in between. 😂 Kishore Da always manages to add some crisp of his own into his songs. Here in this one too he does something similar like that. But obviously it's not annoying, instead we can say that it's damn entertaining.
Madhubala's expressions! My god! 😱❤😍
This lady literally seems to be unbelievable. Like if I would've ever got a chance to meet her, just one glimpse of hers and I would get lost just thinking about whether she's real or not! 😂
[Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi is a 1958 Indian comedy film. The film featured Kishore Kumar, his two brothers Anoop Kumar and Ashok Kumar, and Madhubala. Kishore Kumar sang many of the songs in the film, along with Asha Bhosle. The music was composed by S.D. Burman, and the lyrics were written by Majrooh Sultanpuri. The success of the film led the brothers to act in another comedy titled Badhti Ka Naam Dadhi (That which grows is a beard) to rhyme with the name of this film.
Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi was a box office success. It was the second highest-grossing film of the year and 21st highest-grossing Indian film of the 1950s.] This film gets 8/10 ratings by
1,164 votes 😱😍 truly commendable! Via ~ IMDB
This film is a legit piece of work! You have everything to watch in it, lots of masala, some romance, comedy, action, everything... 😂❤ Lyricist : Majrooh Sultanpuri, Singer : Asha Bhosle - Kishore Kumar,
Music Director : Sachin Dev Burman,
Movie : Chalti Ka Naam Gadi (1958)
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Ever happened to be tongue-tied when talking to your crush?
Well, some of us do. It sounds cliche at times, but remember that switch I was talking about in the brain that turns off and the brain goes haywire, when in love? The same way there's another special switch for talking purposes, which decides to completely switch off itself (only in front of the crush), rendering us as dumb, deaf and mute!
And, it's funny when you have to save the situation by acting all serious and thoughtful! Ha! Whereas, inside the remaining bit of logic urges you to, 'Talk smart! You can do it! Say it! I'm comprehending here! Helloooo!', and outside, you manage a couple syllables, here and there.
Until then, Jab saamne tum aa jaate ho, Kya jaaniye kya ho jaata hai...
PS: Another 90s pop music gem! I really like the story in this song, but feel very bad for the twin that has to let go. Just how difficult is it to let go one-sided love? But, it's better I guess, as then you open doors to requited love.
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Iconic Bollywood music directors of the 1960s and 1970s: R.D. Burman (27 June 1939 - 4 January 1994).
Rahul Dev Burman better known as R.D. Burman is the only son of Legendary composer S.D Burman, he is considered to be one of the most influential Music composers of the Indian film industry. R.D. Burman was born in Calcutta on June 27th, 1939, in Calcutta. Nicknamed as Pancham because The story has it that as an infant, his crying reminded his parents of the fifth note of the Indian scale this is known as Pancham. He learned to play sarod from the famous Ali Akbar Khan and made his first composition when he was only nine years old for the song ‘Aye Meri Topi Palat Ke Aa’ which was used by his father for the movie Funtoosh (1956). Pancham da began his music career as an assistant to his father, Some of the notable films in which Burman is credited as the music assistant include Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi (1958), Kaagaz Ke Phool (1959), Tere Ghar Ke Samne (1963), Bandini (1963), Ziddi (1964), Guide (1965) and Teen Devian (1965). Burman started his career In 1959 and signed up as a music director for the film Raaz, directed by Guru Dutt's assistant Niranjan. However, the film was never completed. Burman’s first released movie as a music director was Mehmood's Chhote Nawab (1961). Out of his 331 released movies 292 were in Hindi, 31 in Bangla, 3 in Telugu, 2 each in Tamil & Oriya and 1 in Marathi. He had the unique ability of making Folk and classical music accessible to the modern listener. Some of his notable musical hits are Amar prem, Buddha mil gaya, Caravan, and Hare Rama Hare Krishna. Amar Prem is remembered for its complex songs based on Indian classical music.