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Comments on song "Taaro Se Payaare Dil Ke Ishaare"
Neeraj Mittal on September 24, 2010
Thanks for uploading this wonderful and extremely rare song. I had not
heard it since possibly early seventies. In case you have Sharda ji's other
song from Deewana "Tumhari bhi jai jai" please upload.
Parvez Dewan on November 24, 2010
Sartaj bless you!
Satyajit Rajurkar on March 11, 2011
Thanks Parvez and Neeraj. Will try for the other Deewana song. Cheers. Sat
Raj.
hira1ft on August 03, 2011
I am hearing this for the first time, must have been a big hit, when released in 1961. Sharda had a sweet girly voice.
Satyajit Rajurkar on December 03, 2011
@neerajmital neerajmittal your requested song in on UT in Sharda's voice.
Deepak Seth on September 01, 2012
Good evening. What a sensual voice! We all wish somebody sings that for us.
Lucky ones will find that one, for the rest ...
apoorva bhatt on September 26, 2012
Mr. Sartaj you should be really crowned with a Bharat Ratna award. for this
upload. On reading this title I was forced to subscribe and write this.
This is not in VCD. Only a relative of Jaikishan can give such gems. In the
same movie Mukeshji has sung a " Doha of kabir ". Not on HMV record. See if
you can upload and make me reel under a heavy obligation. Thanks
Parmsingh1234 on November 28, 2012
I have to profess i absolutely adore Sharda's voice. It has an incredible
romantic appeal about it. I wish she were given the true credit she deserves
Satyajit Rajurkar on March 04, 2013
Dear hira1ft, The year was 1967 and not 1961.
Satyajit Rajurkar on March 04, 2013
Dear Apoorva Bhatt, Will try for the Doha.
ind paedia on January 09, 2015
version by Mukesh Ji is more famous.? Yes, because all of Sharda's songs
were chopped off the film (under external pressure). Her versions were far
more haunting than Mukesh's, great as he was. Tum ko sanam pukare + tumhari
bhi jai jai + this one
TheDeepakp on April 21, 2015
Film cast: Raj Kapoor, Saira Banu, Kamal Kapoor, Lalita Pawar, Ulhas,
Tiwari, Ravindra Kapoor, Hiralal, Kanhaiya Lal, Leela Mishra, Jankidas,
Salim Khan, Nasreen, Paul Sharma, Paul Mahendra
Singer: Mukesh, Sharda
Lyricist: Hasrat Jaipuri
Music Director: Shankarsinh Raghuwanshi, Jaikishan Dayabhai Pankal
Film Director: Mahesh Kaul
Film Producer: N C Sippy, Pt. Mukhram Sharma
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