I thought for today, in honor of Maha Shivrati,I would include a song from the barely known movie Har Har Mahadev. This completely unknown to me gem from 1974 outlines the life of Shiva.
video courtesy of RajShri, a very well known and respected film production house!
Today’s song is a melancholic one, sung by the unparalleled Kishore Kumar. Although he was known for being an incredibly difficult actor/musician to work with, his singing is undoubtedly unmatched.
-video courtesy of maheshmeerut2
And welcome back to my second Throwback Thursday! I think I am liking these short posts as a way to get back into regular blogging.
Today’s song is “Sarkai Lo Khatiya”, I was first introduced to it by this list on Buzzfeed. The first time I heard it my reaction was basically “meh”, but I’ve found that the more times I hear it, the more I want to listen to it!
So enjoy, the dance sequence is terribly silly, but then that’s half the fun right? The red pajama suit certainly seems right for Valentine’s Day ;-).
-Video Courtesy of Ultra Hindi, a great resource for filmi videos!
Why hello there!
I know, I know, it has been an eternity since I posted anything, work got ridiculous and with all things it’s hard to get back into the swing of it when you’re feeling rusty, hai na?
Which is why I decided to start a bit small, and rather than doing a full fledged review for you guys, I thought I would participate in a little Throwback Thursday with you guys.
As a full fledged filmi addict, it was only a matter of time before I started discovering the vintage Bollywood music. This ghazal by Jagit Singh from the movie Saath Saath is a recent favorite of mine, it’s so simple and so beautiful it’s hard not to like it!
video courtesy of Filmi Gaane