02 Dec

My ten favourite songs from Gulzar-Pancham collaboration

Though the pair R.D. Burman – Gulzar is very popular and famous. They might have done at the most a one and half dozen films together as composer-lyricist team. Nevertheless their partnership was very fruitful. Pancham admitted that working with Gulzar brought the best in him though at times the work together was very complicated.
Preparing this list was a pleasant though a very weary process for me. I have lost count how many times I included and rejected the songs. None of the songs here were in the original list except for dhanno ki aankhon me.
So to make matters at least a little bit easy for me, I set up the following rules:
1. The song must be from a film.
2. The film must have had a proper release in the cinema halls.

beeti na bitaayi rainaa – Parichay [1972]
Singers: Lata Mangeshkar & Bhupinder; Lyrics
Lata Mangeshkar won the national award for the best female playback singer for this song. This semi-classical song is allegedly based mainly on Yaman and Khamaj ragas. Koshish released in the same year as Parichay had Sanjeev Kumar and Jaya Bhaduri as lovers, whereas here they play father-daughter roles.
This is a very beautiful song, where Gulzar surprisingly doesn’t play much with his metaphors and rather relying on his similies, though he can’t resist to use ruthi huyi ankhiyon ne lakh manayi raina (offended eyes cajoled the evening to come). Sort of an irony, isn’t it?

din jaa rahe hain raaton ke saaye – Doosri Sita [1974]
Singer: Lata Mangeshkar
That Doosri Sita was a major flop at the box-office resulted in disappearance of the good musical score of this film from the collective memory. My favourite from this film is this highly melancholic background song to the travails of a suffering wife and daughter-in-law at the hands of Raza Murad (?) and who else but Lalita Pawar. I would have preferred it to be a melancholic song related to romantic problems, but one can’t have it all!

is mod se jaate hainAandhi [1975]
Singers: Lata Mangeshkar & Kishore Kumar; Lyrics
Till the last moment this post was published, I was not sure which of my three favourite songs from this film will I choose for this list. It was indeed a difficult choice. And why did I choose this song? Simply on the basis that a Gulzar song should baffle the listener and this song baffled me for nearly two decades till a kind soul explained it to me. I had no problems with the Lata part, the Kishore part was the one that intrigued me. I thought the verse patthar ki haveli ko sheeshe ke gharondo me tinko ke nasheman tak (to the stone mansion, in glass nests, till nests of grass) meant putting the stone mansion in the glass nests till we meet nests made of grass! 😀

o maajhi re apna kinaraKhushboo [1975]
Singer: Kishore Kumar; Lyrics
The process to choose a song from this film was accompanied by lots of pain and hardship. It nearly gave me nightmares. The reason behind the choice of this song is that it represents the wanderer theme, which recurs in Gulzar’s songs. musafir hoon yaaro from Parichay or raah pe rehte hai from Namkeen [1982] or main thak gaya hoon mujhe sone do (with incredible Pancham in the background; video) from Jabbar Patel’s unreleased Musafir follow this theme.
Gulzar recollects how Pancham brought in crates of beer and experimented on the filled bottles to get the desired effect for the song.

ek hi khwab kai baar dekha hai maineKinara [1977]
Singer: Bhupinder; Lyrics
Choosing this song was also not easy, the songs from Kinara came in and out of this list like a jack-in-the-box! This one eventually stayed in just because of its romantic quality. Every time I listen to this song it is not Hema and Dharam, whom I see but rather Rakhee and Gulzar. Just like he wrote his children’s songs for his daughter Bosky, I think he wrote the lyrics of this song during the amourous times with Rakhee.

dhanno ki aankhon me haan raat ka surmaKitaab [1977]
Singer: R. D. Burman; Lyrics
You must be surprised that of all the songs this one had a fix place in the list! It surprises me too! There are surely better lyrics and deeper verses than this, but Pancham’s rendition makes this song something special! This romantic song is not sung by the hero of the film (who is by the way a child of 10 years) and also not by the romantic lead but by an engine driver, played by character artiste, who mostly appeared as the villain’s side-kick! Keeping true to this character the verses don’t have deep metaphors and the intimacy of the earlier song is truly missing in the composition. If you look deeper in the verses though, they all come to the fore. This amalgam of this throaty declamation and infectious intimacy makes this song something real special!
The music to this song is unlike any of the song I have ever heard! Amazing!

aap ki aankhon me kuch mahake hue se raaz haiGhar [1978]
Singers: Kishore Kumar & Lata Mangeshkar; Lyrics
Listening to this song or for that matter the other romantic songs from this film makes me feel like a voyeur. I have a feeling that I am encroaching in the privacy of a passionate couple deeply in love. The fact, that during the filming of this movie the main actors were in love with each other might also have helped. Listen to (if you have not already) to the small giggle by Lata before she sings aap ki badmashiyon key eh naye andaaz hai (these are new facets of your naughty ways). Gulzar recalled in a radio programme, that while he and Pancham were discussing this song, Gulzar said that Lata won’t sing it. When she arrived, Pancham aired this concern with her. She asked in a stern manner if it is a naughty song. Both pleaded innocence and without being asked-to, she added that extra touch precisely where it was needed.

ye saaye hain, ye duniya hai – Sitara [1980]
Singer: Asha Bhosle; Lyrics
A long forgotten movie and the musical score suffered the same fate. The story is about a village girl, who is discovered by the film industry and goes on to become a film star (sitara). Her boy-friend can neither adjust to her newly found success nor to the ‘modern’ ways of the film-industry. Very typical of Gulzar is the line: kai chand uthakar jalaaye bhujaaye bahut hamne chaha zara neend aaye (raised many moons, turned them on and then off, wished hard to get some sleep, here the even the nights are displeased).

tujhse naaraaz nahin zindagi, hairaan hoon mainMasoom [1983]
Singer:    Lata Mangeshkar/Anoop Ghoshal; Lyrics
The film, supposed to be based on Man, Woman and Child [1982], ran well and also fetched Pancham his second Filmfare Award. R. D. Burman gave a sublime score to this film. Gulzar recalls, that the opening line of this song was the starting point for the screenplay of the movie. And indeed the song traces the storyline from shock of the situation (for the wife it is the infidelity of her husband, for the husband that the short affair has left him behind with a son) to tears/despair and then finally, acceptance.

mera kuch saaman tumhare paas padaa haiIjaazat [1987]
Singer: Asha Bhosle; Lyrics
This was to be the last collaboration of the duo with Asha Bhosle for film music. Asha Bhosle and Gulzar won the National Award for this song.
The legend has it that Pancham was flummoxed by the blank verse and asked Gulzar if some day he is going to ask him to write music to the headlines of a newspaper. Some say that during the sitting, Asha Bhosle just started humming the phrase lauta do…, RDB picked it up from that point and created the whole tune in one sitting. Whatever might be the case, with or without these stories, this song is a fabulous creation of two geniuses, whose creativity egged each other to give their best. Here one and one didn’t give two but two million!

These are my ten favourites (at the moment of publication) of this great artist-duo, which are yours?

Enjoy the play-list!


Posted by on December 2, 2012 in Bollywood, Lists


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42 responses to “Panzar

  1. Anu Warrier

    December 2, 2012 at 6:17 am

    Aah, Harvey, some of my favourite songs. And I was just getting ready to go to sleep! What a post! (Though I was hard put to figure out what Panzar meant when I saw it on my blogroll. I thought it was some film!)
    Out of your post, my picks are:
    1. Is mode pe jaate hai (laughing at your interpretation of Patthar ki haveli ko…)
    2. Dhanno ki aankhon mein
    3. Tujhse naraaz zindagi
    4. Mera kuch samaan

    I also like Khali haath shaam aayi hai (Ijaazat), Aaj kal paaoN zameeN par (Ghar), Piya baawree (Khubsoorat, Aanewala pal (Golmaal, Gulmohar gar tumhara naam hota (Devtaa), Do naino mein (Khushboo)….

    So many, many more, but I know others will do the needful. 🙂

    • harveypam

      December 2, 2012 at 11:37 am

      Thanks Anu!
      Well this is one post of which I have been the most indecisive and it starts right at the title. Till yesterday, I had though I will put the title as Gulcham. If you see the url and the playlist, you’ll realise it. Last evening I thought, Gulcham sounds like Gulkand, I would better change it to Panzar, because it sounds like Panjar.

      Your favs are als mine, each one of your favs were there on this list except for Gulmohar gar tumhara naam hota. I used to think the song goes: Gulmohar GHAR tumhara naam hota, because in our neighbourhood there was a house, whose name was Gulmohar. So I was left thinking what is special about a house having the name Gulmohar. And why the hell, somebody singing it to his beloved! 😀

      BTW, did you know that there are two versions of do nainon me from Khushboo. For the film the slower version was taken and for the disc the somewhat faster version chosen. I have put in both of them below

      Here are the videos to the songs you mentioned:
      khali haath shaam

      piya baanwari

      Gulmohar gar tumhara naam hota

      do nainon me (film version)

      do nainon me (audio version)


    December 2, 2012 at 6:37 am

    Even with the filters pre-set, choosing even 10 films, out of Panzar Collaboration, would be a task that can be best be avoided. Hence selecting 10 songs would certainly be en endless iterations.
    But, no doubt, a job very well done!!
    The songs bring out a fairly large range of their collaborative pursuits. RDB is credited to have said that Gulzaar Saa’b would, for all practical purposes, handover a newspaper for me to compose a song.
    I am quite sure one can work out several more sets by even selecting a few more filters.

    • harveypam

      December 2, 2012 at 11:42 am

      Yes Ashokji, that is exactly what I was thinking midway down the list. Why did I set upon this journey. I was happily enjoying the songs by this duo and then I get this idea to choose ten favs. Don’t I have a life? Even now when I look at the list, I’m not at all satisifed with. This must be the only list on my blog, where the passion was the greatest and the result most dissatisfying! But I still love each and every song in the list.
      My world would surely have been a poorer place without these two great artistes!
      🙂 at the newspaper episode.


        December 3, 2012 at 6:13 am

        As I have not closely followed Hindi Film songs post-1970s, RDB- Gulzar collaboration turned out to be an interesting subject, thanks to Panzer.
        So I started tracking those of Gulzaar directorial films, not covered in the ‘10’ in the original article for which had RDB as music director.

        Here is what I liked from what I could lay my hands on:

        Phir Se Aiyo – Namkeen – Asha Bhosle –

        Badee Der Se Meghaa Barasa – Asha Bhosle – Namkeen –


        Aanki Chali Baanki Chali – Asha Bhosle – Namkeen – [ This song can so seamlessly fit in to Anokhe Bol, as well.]

        Aisa Ho To Kaisa Hoga – Asha Bhosle – Ratandeep –

        Roz Roz Dali Dali Kya Likh Jaye – Asha Bhosle – Angoor –


        Wada Nibhane Ki Raat Aayee Hai – Asha Bhosle – Angoor –

        Naache Mera Pyaar – Asha Bhosle – Yaar Meri Zindagi – [ Please do read caption uploaded with this clip!!]

        Yad Na Aye Koi – Maachis – Lata Mangeshkar –

        Ae Hawa Kuch To Bata – Maachis – Lata Mangeshkar –

        Pyar Hua Chupke Se – 1942 A Love Story – Lata Mangehskar –

        Kabhi Kabhi Sapna Lagata Hai – Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle – Ratandeep –

        Roz Roz Ankhon Tale – Asha Bhosale , Amit Kumar – Jeeva –

        Botal Se Ek Chali Hai , Kaag Urra Ke Raat Chali Kai – Asha Bhosle, Mohammad Rafi – Ghar –

        Ghum Theke Uthlo – Amit Kumar – Ananad Niketan (Bengali – Swapan Chakraborty is jointly credited with Gulzar for lyrics) –

        • Anu Warrier

          December 3, 2012 at 8:45 am

          Ashokji the lyricist for 1942 A Love Story was Javed Akhtar, not Gulzar. And Maachis‘ music director was Vishal Bharadwaj, not RD. :))

          • ASHOK M VAISHNAV

            December 3, 2012 at 9:02 am

            I stand to be corrected and apologize for my (lack of) familiarity with the ‘minimum’ of post-70s HFSes.
            I should certainly have been that much more particular in looking out for the credits, before succumbing to only one dimension of the Direction of the film.

            • harveypam

              December 3, 2012 at 9:34 pm

              But you unearthed “Yaar Meri Zindagi” (2008)! How did you come upon this song/film?

              • ASHOK M VAISHNAV

                December 4, 2012 at 4:30 am

                These types of ‘blind ‘search’ sometimes lands upon such ‘unintended’ results as well.
                And the my ‘blind’ search are sustained by so caring understanding of all of you, who so dearly bear with my idiosyncrasies!

                • harveypam

                  December 4, 2012 at 10:03 pm

                  God bless your “idiosyncrasies”!

          • harveypam

            December 3, 2012 at 9:30 pm

            Thanks for the correction, Anu!

        • harveypam

          December 3, 2012 at 9:30 pm

          Oh Ashokji, this is an exhaustive list again!
          phir se aaiyo just about made it to the list. <badi der se megha is a nice song too and so is aanke chali and it does have anokhe bol, in Gulzar adopted language Bangla! Rakhee supposedly said that Gulzar was so much in love with everything Bengali that that was the main reason why he married her. Isn’t it curious that he should have directed three films and left another one unfinished for Sharmila Tagore, who was supposedly Rakhee, his wife’s rival!
          Angoor was a good film and also the music score, but RDB and Gulzar just didn’t reach the heights, which they achieved in other films. WAS RDB miffed at not being offered Meera?

          Wow, Yaar meri zindagi did take long time to complete! It must have been started sometime in the early 70s and then got released in 2008. 35 years! That must be some sort of a record!
          I hadn’t even heard of this song and the lyrics are by Gulzar?

          roz roz aankhon tale is also a nice song! Thanks for the selection!

  3. dustedoff

    December 2, 2012 at 6:50 am

    Hehe. I agree with Anu re: ‘Panzar’. 😀 I actually first read it as ‘Panzer’, and immediately thought of the Panzer division, and wondered what. I like a lot of the songs you’ve posted, but especially the ones from Aandhi, Ghar and Maasoom. From Parichay, my absolute favourite is Musaafir hoon yaaron, and from Kinara, my favourite is Naam ghum jaayega chehra yeh badal jaayega.And, as Anu’s already suggested, Aane waala pal jaanewaala hai.

    • harveypam

      December 2, 2012 at 11:54 am

      O God, I didn’t think at all of the Panzer division (tanks division). O no, Gulzar and Pancham were anything but the martial types! Like I told Anu, this is one post of which I have been the most indecisive about and it starts right at the title. Till yesterday night the official title of the post was Gulcham. The url and the playlist, still carry the original name. Then I thought, Gulcham sounds like Gulkand, I would better change it to Panzar, because it sounds like Panjar, which sounds hard-hitting! I think I should stop thinking! 😉

      How right you are about musafir hoon yaaron! Still regretting not giving it enough space here. Remember, I posted this song on fb, that was the xth time I decided it take it off the list. Though smuggled it somehow in o maajhi re. It is on the playlist though! 😉

      naam ghum jaayega is sublime!!!!! I was alternately cursing and praising these two sons of the devil all through the post. Bhupendra’s voice is fabulous but it just doesn’t suit Jeetendra.

      I always used to get the jitters while listening to aanewala pal, because I thought it was personally reprimanding me for wasting my time! 😉 Now it has got better, but the bitter taste still lingers! 😉

  4. Subodh Agrawal

    December 2, 2012 at 10:21 am

    Harvey, thanks for this lovely post and this beautiful word ‘Panzar’ – definitely better than Saifeena or Gulcham!

    My top favorite from this duo is ‘Naam gum jayega’ already mentioned by Dustedoff. I recall it was used as the title and signature tune of some program on TV, I forget which channel.

    Keep up the good work.

    • harveypam

      December 2, 2012 at 12:21 pm

      I am glad Subodh, that you liked the title! 🙂 As you have noticed Gulcham was my original choice , but then I thought it smelt too much of Gulkand and the duo Gulzar and Pancham created not only sweet jelly stuff like Gulkand but hard-hitting songs as well! 😉

      The song naam gum jaayega is also one of my favs. Such a sublime song! Lata is usual wonderful, Bhupendra bowls me over completely!

  5. Samir

    December 3, 2012 at 12:56 am

    Like Dustedoff, I too thought this was “panzer” mis-spelt:)
    How could I be me if I did not insert some slightly chalu 70’s songs 🙂
    You have to love Sanjeev Kumar in a “chaddi” 🙂

    Also, at least a couple of GolMaal songs

    Now that I have lowered the quality of this entire post with my comments, I feel I have done my job 🙂

    • Anu Warrier

      December 3, 2012 at 8:47 am

      Samir, you can’t take full credit for that. *Proudly* I already listed Aanewala pal and Dustedoff seconded me. So, you come a distant third. Hmpf! 🙂

      • Samir

        December 3, 2012 at 3:58 pm

        I believe I can still take credit for the other GolMaal song —

        In any case, all GolMaal songs are — “Yeh Apun Ka Ilaaka Hai”;
        and only if you are ready to certify yourself as a “Plain Looking Ghati Male”;
        you are allowed credit 🙂

        Other Bollywood characters/songs I hold first-dibs are :-
        a) Villains like Shetty & Feroz Khan
        b) 70’s Dev
        c) Sameer Khan

        I have ceded Raj Kapoor to you, let me keep Amol Palekar 🙂

        • Anu Warrier

          December 3, 2012 at 4:48 pm

          I have ceded Raj Kapoor to you, let me keep Amol Palekar 🙂
          Theek hai. Fair is fair. I like Raj Kapoor better anyway. So, thankewberrymuch…:)

        • harveypam

          December 3, 2012 at 8:43 pm

          And I don’t understand how Anu can oversee your main contribution of Sanjeev Kumar’s chaddi! Kamal hai bhai

        • harveypam

          December 3, 2012 at 9:08 pm

          So what kind of barter trade is going on here! Trading Raj Kapoor for Amol Palekar! No comments! 😉
          You have already planted your flag on 70s Dev. phir mera kya hoga, Padalkar? I was planning to do a list on 70s Dev. He has such splendid songs!
          mera sundar sapna beet gaya, main haar gaya, yeh samir purana, samir maratha jeet gaya
          or should I sing
          sapna mera toot gaya, 70s ka dev na raha, kuch na raha
          or better maybe
          churake gaya Samir sapna mera
          Can I borrow him for one post? Just for one post? I’ll be very nice to him and return back undamaged? Promise!

          • Samir

            December 3, 2012 at 10:06 pm

            OK, you can have 70’s Dev for one post; but just one, after that he is all mine 🙂

            • harveypam

              December 3, 2012 at 10:13 pm

              This belongs right up the list of sacrifices done by friend for another! Jai baju hat, abhi Samir aa gaya!
              Now I can sing:
              main naa bhoolonga… is dosti ko, is balidan ko, is 70s wale Dev ko!

      • harveypam

        December 3, 2012 at 8:42 pm

        Arre, but he was the first to bring Sanjeev Kumar’s chaddi to our notice! give credit where it is due! 😀

    • harvey

      December 3, 2012 at 8:39 pm

      Samir any post is empty without your “chalu” comments. poora sunaa-sunaa!
      Sanjeev Kumar in a chaddi is naturally the ultimate in male pulchritude! 😉
      And the backside of a church as a romantic rendezvous site can only be Gulzar’s brain-child!
      Very interesting choice that!

  6. dustedoff

    December 3, 2012 at 5:32 am

    Oh, and this one from Khushboo, which I also like a lot:

    • harveypam

      December 3, 2012 at 9:11 pm

      ghar jaayegi tar jaayegi is cute isn’t it? Particularly the way Master Raju ends it?
      and also the line
      tune mera naam kabhi aankhon se bulaya nahin, maine jaane kaise suna tha

  7. sunheriyaadein

    December 3, 2012 at 4:50 pm

    Knowing how fond you are of this duo it’s surprising that you could finalize on just 10 songs of theirs.
    Awesome list! My favourite from the list are the ones from Kinara (I think it’s one of the most romantic songs), Aandhi (I have to admit I didn’t know the real interpretation of that song, thank you!), Parichay, Masoom and Ijjazat.
    I had not heard the songs of Doosri Sita and Sitara.
    I have never listened to Dhanno ki aankho mein with concentration, let me try it now. But I loved the movie and Master ji ki aa gayi chithhi is my favourite from the film.

    Choosing one song from any of these movies is such a tough job.Dont know how you managed to do it.

    My favourites would include songs from
    Namkeen – Phir se aiyo, Aanke chali, Raah pe rehte the
    Libaas – It was never released in India so it didnt meet your criteria. But it had such awesome songs –
    Khamosh sa afsaana paani se likha hota

    Sili hawa chhu gayi

    Phir kisi shaakh ne

    Huzoor is qadar bhi na

    Gol Maal
    Aane wala pal – still laughing over your reaction to the song

    • harveypam

      December 3, 2012 at 9:00 pm

      Thanks Archu!
      It was living hell for me to finalise the post, Archu! Really! But now I think of this most just as a 10 fav for that given moment, after a long long torture! 😉
      Thanks for your empathy dear Archu! Thanks also for admitting about the ignorance of the meaning of ek mod se jaate hain. That doesn’t make fell like a full idiot! With your company it is not so lonesome! 😉

      I’m sure you will like dhanno ki aankhon me. It is so unlike Gulzar but still like him. I remember you had listed masterji ki aayi chitti in RDB fav list, didn’t you or was it children songs list?

      If I had to choose a song from Namkeen it would surely have been phir se aaiyo. it is so full of yearning!

      Libaas had lovely songs! A pity that it didn’t get released. It was apparently only shown at some film festivals. Sad! It would be nice if the producer could give it at least a DVD release.
      Isn’t the opening line itself so lovely khamosh sa afsana and to be written with water, not only silent but also invisible. A silent and invisible written story! Amazing!
      Gila sa chaand! Fabulous!
      Like huzoor is qadar bhi is beign naughty at such high level! Lovely!

      Thanks Archu!

  8. Songs Of Yore

    December 6, 2012 at 6:53 pm

    Songs of 70s onwards are somewhat off my radar screen. But arguably RD Burman’s best are the songs written by Gulzar. My absoulte favourite is ‘Sili hawa chhoo gayi’ from Libaas. Another top favourite is Yara silli silli from Lekin. I was surprised not to see it on your Playlist either. From Aandhi I would have preferred Tum aa gaye ho. The train song Dhanno ki ankhon mein I heard for the first time. It is indeed very interesting. The picturisation reminded me of Hathon ki chand lakeeron ko from Vidhata. Among the newer lyrisict-music director combinations, they occupy a special place. Thanks for a nice post.

    • harveypam

      December 6, 2012 at 11:15 pm

      I love sili hawa as well! Well just like many other songs tum aa gaye ho jumped in and out of the list. The song is simply great!
      I’m so glad that I could introduce you to dhanno ki aankhon me. I practically grew up with it! I see what you mean with Vidhata, but the similarity ends for me with the steam engine.
      We can be very grateful for Pancham-Gulzar partnership!

  9. Songs Of Yore

    December 6, 2012 at 6:58 pm

    Horrible mistake. Soon realised that Lekin is composed by Hridaynath Mangeshkar.

    • harveypam

      December 6, 2012 at 11:11 pm

      I wondered too! 🙂
      Hridaynath had his own musical stamp. A pity that he composed for only few Hindi films and in majority of that he copied/recycled his Marathi hits. Lekin is a very good example of his art. If he really put his mind to it, he could come up with great music. His album on Meera bhajans with Lata is a gem! He composed great music in Marathi bhav geet!

  10. Shashi

    December 8, 2012 at 5:17 pm

    I’ve always admired the way Dharmendra lip synchs to any song. The one you have included from Kinara is the ultimate test for any actor. He has passed with flying colours in this. Thanks for adding it to the list Harvey.

    And I must say, I don’t know if I could have compiled a better list than yours.

    • harveypam

      December 21, 2012 at 7:48 am

      Extremely sorry, dear Shashi for overlooking your comment for so long!

      I agree with you totally about Dharmendra’s lip-syncing, find it fascinating! Never really noticed it before, but you made me conscious of it! 🙂

      Thank you for your kind words of appreciation, Shashi!

  11. coolone160

    December 13, 2012 at 8:51 am

    “Bechara Dil” was also a nice song from Khusboo……..

    • harveypam

      December 19, 2012 at 3:12 pm

      Love that song! Sorry for not replying earlier!

  12. Preeti Agarwal

    August 11, 2019 at 9:29 am

    I came across this accidentally! It is a great collection, and I liked the history behind some of the songs! Great Job! I was surprised to see “Dhano ki aakoon mein” in the list, but your explanation was interesting.

    • harveypam

      February 21, 2020 at 10:51 am

      Thank you for your kind words, dear Preeti
      Nice to see that after such a long time this blog post still gets visitors.
      Have a nice time with Gulzar-Pancham’s songs.


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