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Comments on song "Halke Halke Chalo Saanvare"
Chandrashekhar Gupta on February 26, 2009
Lata Mangeshkar and Hemant Kumar vocalising Prem Dhawan's lyrics in Shammi
Kapoor-Anita Guha starrer Tangewali (1955) under Salil Choudhary's baton.
Meha Dalal on February 27, 2009
dilij1 on June 28, 2009
Thanks, great posting.
ANITA SUKHWAL on September 22, 2009
kpm5886,nice song,i wants its "filmivideo" recording if u can posted,,plz
asfiajamsheed on October 19, 2009
Sweet duet. Wish the innocent days of teen return sd as to get immersed inthe world of love.
MrShakeb123 on November 12, 2009
This is literally one of the most breathtaking duets of all time I have
ever known produced by the adroitness,
expertise and mastery aswellas brilliant
team work of most accomplished and
talented stars like salil chaudhry,premdhawan,Hemantkumar
and Lata. I was literally enthralled and
mesmerized by this lovely jewel you
Mrkpm posted and shared.
Thanks pal for this priceless gem.
jasbongy on May 06, 2010
Wow, never heard this awesome duet. Thanks Bhaiya.W.R.Didi.
Srinivasan Channiga on November 29, 2010
Very good recording of a sweet duet..
kkjb586 on April 08, 2011
In the photo displayed I can recognize Mukesh,Lata and Hemant Kumar.Who are
others In the photo displayed I can recognize Mukesh,Lata and Hemant
Kumar.Who are others? /
Khusro Elley on March 06, 2012
This tune is copied from a French composition. I am amazed Salil Chaudhry
would want to do that, with all his talent. Neverthless it is incredibly
Flagfalls on September 05, 2012
Well, he also copied Mozart and Bach in "aaha rimjhim ke pyare pyare geet"
and "itna na mujhse tu pyar badha". And "dil tadap tadap ke" was copied
from a Polish song.
amar kapur on September 30, 2012
great song very melodious voices, great legends
Mani Menon on October 06, 2012
Ameen Sayani's golden voice took me back to Radio Ceylon and Binaca
Geetmala. I can't help wiping the tears that suddenly appeared in my eyes!
rumahale on October 28, 2012
Great memories indeed. Radio Ceylon transmission is available for a brief
period now in the morning i.e. 06.45 - 09.00 IST; also, made available
Mani Menon on October 28, 2012
Really?! Didn't know that. But is it THE Radio Ceylon of those years gone
by? Today, sadly, there's no Ameen Sayani. Neither is there Binaca
Toothpaste for that matter.
Mani Menon on October 28, 2012
Those days Radio Ceylon scored over our own Vividh Bharati. While the
announcers of Radio Ceylon were lively those on Vividh Bharati sounded like
people reading out the day's obituaries. Even after all these years, I
remember very clearly 7am to 7:30 am was devoted to 'Ek hi Film ke Geet'.
7:30 to 8 was 'Purane filmon ke geet'. The last song used to be by
'Swargiya K L Saigal' . 8 to 9 used to be 'Aap hi ke
rumahale on October 28, 2012
Well said again; I agree with you. Even now, the programme from 07.30 -
08-.00 with last song of Late KLS is continued; however, probably owing to
political compulsions, the RC has added Tamil programme from 07.00 - 07.30
IST. The gesture of paying tributes to the legends like composers, singers
continue. Regards.
Mani Menon on October 29, 2012
Thank you very much for the RC link you sent me, rumahale-ji.
carling sangma on January 13, 2014
Jagjit Singh Ishar on April 22, 2015
Hats off to Salil Choudhary for this wonderful composition. Evergreen
rumahale on June 29, 2015
Lyrics by Prem Dhawan
An all time favourite for me.
Thank you for nice presentation.
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