- My shoes are Japanese
- The pants are from England
- The red hat on my head is Russian
- But even then, my heart is Indian
and "Pyar Hua Ikrar Hua", a classic love song. It's playful, and at times you even feel a sadness when hearing it. Lata's and Manna Dey's vocals are great together.
Another thing I like about the soundtrack is the contrast, like for example, the rich "westernized" society is represented by the song "Mud Mud Ke Na Dekh" and the poor street society is "Ramaiya Vastavaiya".
Overall , a great soundtrack, I am not a fan of "O Janewale", but I like the charming little song, "Ichak Dana Beechak Dana", (the clip has English subs.) Can you guess?
For more info on the movie and songs there is a cool blog called filmi geek that talks about Shree 420, have a look.
1. Manna Dey & Lata Mangeshkar: Pyar Hua Ikrar Hua
2. Manna Dey & Chorus: Dil Ka Haal Sune Dilwala
3. Asha Bhosle, Manna Dey & Chorus: Mud Mud Ke Na Dekh
4. Lata Mangeshkar: Ichak Dana Beechak Dana
5. Mukesh & Chorus: Mera Joota Hai Japani
6. Lata Mangeshkar & Chorus: Sham Gai Raat Aai
7. Lata Mangeshkar, Mohd. Rafi, Mukesh & Chorus: Ramaiya Vastavaiya
8. Lata Mangeshkar: O Janewale
Lyrics: Hasrat Jaipuri & Shailandra
Stella_1's score: 4/5
Get the music now: Shankar Jaikishan | Shree 420
wonderful ...looking forward to your next post :)
Have you any requests .....I have a fair amount of bolly
Ya, do you have Nirala (1950), Phagun (Madhubala) or New delhi
I love this soundtrack so much - in addition to the contrast between the western feel of "mudh mudh ke" and the boisterous traditional "ramaya vastavaya" there is a nice lyrical connection and contrast between "mudh mudh ke na dekh" and Lata's lament, "o jaanewale mudh ke zara dekhte jaana" - Nadira's character tells Raj not to look back, but Nargis's character begs him to.
Watch Lata Mangeshkar song Aap Ki Nazron Ne Samjha Checkout full video here
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