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|Directed by||Ketan Anand|
|Starring|| Shekhar Kapur |
|Music by||Bappi Lahiri|
Toote Khilone (transl. Broken Toys) is a 1978 Indian Hindi-language film produced by Prem Sawhney and Mahendra Shah. The film is directed by Ketan Anand. The film stars Ketan's cousin Shekhar Kapur, Shabana Azmi and Utpal Dutt. The films music is by Bappi Lahiri. The song "Maana Ho Tum" written by Kaifi Azmi and sung by Yesudas is the highlight of this film.
The film's soundtrack was composed by Bappi Lahiri to the lyrics written by Kaifi Azmi:
Ranjan Das Gupta of The Hindu has praised the lyrics.
Kalyanji–Anandji are an Indian composer duo from Kutch: Kalyanji Virji Shah and his brother Anandji Virji Shah. The duo are known for their work on Hindi film soundtracks, with many evergreen songs being composed by them.
Nitin Mukesh Mathur is an Indian playback singer known for his work as a playback singer in Hindi films as well as Bhajans. He has toured internationally, including to the United States in 1993, and a world tour in 2006 with his show Kal Ki Yaadein as a tribute to his father.
Haqeeqat is a 1964 Indian Hindi-language war-drama directed and produced by Chetan Anand. The film stars Dharmendra, Balraj Sahni, Priya Rajvansh, Sudhir, Sanjay Khan and Vijay Anand in major roles. The music of the film is composed by Madan Mohan and the lyrics of the songs are by Kaifi Azmi. The film is based on the events of the 1962 Sino-Indian War about a small platoon of soldiers in Ladakh pitched against a much larger adversary. The film was constructed around the battle of Rezang La in Ladakh and showcases a fictionalised version of the last stand of Ahir Company, 13 Kumaon led by Major Shaitan Singh. However the film is not only a representation of war, but a dramatic retelling of the impact war has on the common soldier. Chetan Anand dedicated the film to Jawaharlal Nehru and the soldiers in Ladakh. The film is widely considered as one of India's greatest black and white war-films.
Sulakshana Pratap Narain Pandit is an Indian playback singer and former Bollywood leading lady. Her brothers are the composing duo Jatin–Lalit and her younger sister is Vijayta Pandit who achieved fame with her debut movie Love Story. Her uncle was the accomplished classical vocalist Pandit Jasraj. She won a Filmfare Best Female Playback Award in 1975 for her song "Tu Hi Sagar Hai, Tu Hi Kinara".
Swami is a 1977 Hindi Indian romance drama film directed by Basu Chatterjee and produced by Jaya Chakravarty. The film stars Shabana Azmi, Vikram, Girish Karnad and Utpal Dutt. Hema Malini and Dharmendra made guest appearances together in the film. The film's music is by Rajesh Roshan. The film was shot in location in Dahisar and the Dahisar River Banks. The movie is based on the 1949 Bengali movie Swami.
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College Girl is a 1978 Hindi movie. Produced by Shantilal Soni, the film is directed by S. D. Narang. The film stars Sachin, Bindiya Goswami, Rita Bhaduri, Bhagwan, Paintal, Heena Kausar and Shreeram Lagoo. The film's music is by Bappi Lahiri. There are 2 lovely songs in the movie, "Nahin chahiye heere moti na dhan daulat ki shaan", A very rare devotional song by K.J. Yesudoss and Chandrani Mukherji. Another beautiful song is Kishore Kumar's "Pyar mangha hai tumhese na inkar karo". The story is about a college girl who is cheated and raped by her lover. She files a case against him but could not punish him, because she needs proof. Her elder sister, who is a lawyer, tries to collect the evidence, but is caught by the villain, and when he tries to rape her, the college girl who was seeking vengeance for destroying her future, shoots and punishes him in the climax of the movie. The role of the college girl is played by Rita Bhaduri and her sister by Bindiya Goswami. The playboy villain is Sudhir.
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Amit Kumar Ganguly is an Indian playback singer, actor, music composer. Kumar launched his own music production company, named Kumar Brothers Music. Amit released many music videos on YouTube. He has sung many Bollywood and regional film songs since the 1970s, including 370 Hindi compositions by R.D. Burman, and was actively singing in Indian films from 1970 to 1994. After Burman's death in 1994, citing a lack of quality music composition, Kumar withdrew from playback singing and concentrated on live orchestra shows. In addition to singing in Hindi, has also performed in Bengali, Bhojpuri, Odia, Assamese, Marathi and Konkani. He is the eldest son of Legendary Kishore Kumar.
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