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Pyaar hua iqraar hua, Shree 420 (1955)
Automatically playing similar songs. Get Notified about the latest hits and trends, so that you are always on top of the latest in music when it comes to your friends. Songs have always had a special place in our lives. It is the songs that help us in perfectly describing our feelings to someone we love or make our happy moments more memorable. And it is not just that, these songs also come in various other languages which makes it easier for people to listen to them in their native language. Songs not only help in making us happy, but also relieves us from unwanted stress in our day-to-day lives. While some people prefer listening to top Hindi songs, some look out for popular English songs. While some love dancing to the beats of hit Punjabi songs, some groove along timeless Hindi retro songs. While some like to express their feelings with English love songs, some go for romantic Punjabi songs. While at a party some look out for groovy Bollywood songs, some look out for Bhangra-worthy Punjabi songs.
Culture Trip stands with Black Lives Matter. When you hear the name of this song, the unforgettable imagery of Raj Kapoor and Nargis sharing an umbrella on a rainy evening, flashes to mind. This is a classic monsoon melody, speaking of the promises of eternal black and white romance. Composed by music directors Shankar-Jaikishan and lyrics written by Shailendra. It is raining endlessly, and a car breaks down, a damsel in distress steps out Madhubala. Kishore Kumar is at his flirty best with bantering and animated quipes. This is a playful track of rain, beauty, wit and romance. This melody is a stroll down the wet lanes and corners of Bombay.
Bollywood songs , more formally known as Hindi film songs or filmi songs, are songs featured in Bollywood films. Derived from the song-and-dance routines common in Indian films , Bollywood songs, along with dance, are a characteristic motif of Hindi cinema which gives it enduring popular appeal, cultural value and context. The industry was dominated by cassette tapes in the s and s, before transitioning to online streaming in the s bypassing CD and digital downloads. Hindi film songs are present in Hindi cinema right from the first sound film Alam Ara by Ardeshir Irani which featured seven songs. This was closely followed by Shirheen Farhad by Jamshedji Framji Madan , also by Madan, which had as many as 42 song sequences strung together in the manner of an opera, and later by Indra Sabha which had as many as 69 song sequences. However, the practice subsided and subsequent films usually featured between six and ten songs in each production. Right from the advent of Indian cinema in , musicals with song numbers have been a regular feature in Indian cinema.