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jawan hai mohabbat..noor jehan- tanveer naqvi - naushad- anmol ghadi 1945

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Uploaded on Aug 8, 2009

Song -Jawan Hai Mohabbat ... with lyrics
Lyricist : Tanveer Naqvi,
Movie : Anmol Ghadi (1945)
Singer: Noor Jehan
Music Director: Naushad
Producer: Mehmood
Director: Mehmood
Actors: Amir Banu, Anwari, Leela Mishra, Murad, Noor Jehan, Suraiya, Surendra, Zahoor
Theme: Family Drama
About Legendary NAUSHAD ALI Music Director :-Naushad Ali (Urdu: نوشاد علی, Hindi: नौशाद अली) (December 25, 1919 May 5, 2006) was an Indian musician. He was one of the foremost music directors (composers) for Bollywood films.
Naushad was raised in Lucknow, a city with a long tradition as a center of refined North Indian culture. His father, Wahid Ali, was a munshi (court clerk). As a kid, Naushad had already become a cinema fan in the silent era, and then, in 1931, Indian cinema got voice and music that further fascinated the 13 year old boy. But his family was strict follower of Islamic diktat of prohibition of music and his father gave him ultimatum to leave music if he has to stay at home. He ran away to Mumbai (then called Bombay) in the late 1937 to try his luck as a musician.

In Mumbai, he initially stayed with an acquaintance from Lucknow at Colaba and after a while, shifted to Dadar opposite the Broadway theater where he would sleep on the footpath. He assisted music director Ustad Jhande Khan who was at the peak of his success those days, at a monthly salary of Rs 40. The producer was a Russian and the studio was at Chembur. The film didn't finish. Naushad was a piano player so he worked as a pianist in composer Ustad Mushtaq Hussain's orchestra. He then polished off an unfinished film score and got a credit as assistant to Hussain. Then the film company collapsed. Composer Khemchand Prakash took him on as his assistant for the film Kanchan at Ranjit Studio at a salary of Rs 60 per month, for which Naushad remained extremely grateful and, in interviews, had called him his guru.
His friend, lyricist D N Madhok trusted his unusual talent for composing music and introduced him to various film producers. Chandulal Shah, the owner of Ranjit Studios, offered to sign Naushad for one of his forthcoming films. Naushad composed a lilting bhajan for this film, Bata de koi kaun gali gaye Shyam, but the film never got on the floors. He was assistant music director for the Punjabi film 'Mirza Sahib' (1939).
He composed for his first Independent film Prem Nagar in 1940 that had story set in Kachchh for which he did a lot of research into the folk music of the area. With A.R. Kardar's film Nai Duniya (1942), he got first credit as "music director" and he began to work regularly for Kardar Productions. He however had a flexibility that he could work outside Kardar Productions, and this arrangement continued ever after. He first got noticed with A.R. Kardar's film Sharda (1942) wherein 13-year-old Suraiya debut with Panchhi Ja song for the playback for heroine Mehtab. It was Rattan (1944) that took Naushad right to the top and enabled him to charge Rs 25,000 a film then.
From 1942 until the late 1960s, he was one of the top music directors in Bollywood. While he did less than a hundred films during his lifetime, 26 of those films celebrated Silver jubilees (25 weeks run) -- 8 celebrated golden jubilees (50 weeks run) and 4 celebrated diamond jubilees (60 weeks run). (inclusive count - a diamond jubilee film also celebrated Silver and Golden jubilee)
Naushad worked with several lyricists, including Shakeel Badayuni, Majrooh Sultanpuri, D. N. Madhok, Zia Sarhadi, and Khumar Barabankvi.

Mother India (1957), for which he had composed music, was the first Indian film that got nominated for Oscar.

Naushad completed Pakeezah (1972) after its Music Director, Ghulam Mohammed's death, who had worked earlier as his assistant for several films.

In 1981, Naushad was awarded the Dadasaheb Phalke Award for his lifetime contribution to Indian cinema
He composed the tunes of Taj Mahal: An Eternal Love Story (2005) at the age of 86, thus becoming the world's oldest composer
Naushad had requested Maharashtra state government to sanction a plot for the Academy for promoting Hindustani sangeet which was sanctioned during his life time,he donated his bunglow located at bandra to the academy & thus 'Naushad Academy of Hindustani sangeet' was formed..

Lyrics -
Javaa.N Hai Mohabbat, Hasii.N Hai Zamaanaa
Lutaayaa Hai Dil Ne, Khushi Kaa Khazaanaa
Javaa.N Hai Mohabbat...

Mohabbat Kare.N (Khush Rahe.N Muskuraaye.N \- 2)
Na Soche Hame.N Kya Kahegaa Zamaanaa
Javaa.N Hai Mohabbat...

Abhii Tak Mujhe (Yaad Hai Vo Kahani \- 2)
Na Bhuulegaa Bachapan Ka Ra.Ngii.N Zamaanaa
Javaa.N Hai Mohabbat...

Kyaa Aa.Nkho.N Aa.Nkho.N Me.N Baate.N Huii Hai.N \- 2
Kisiine Na Dekhaa Kisiine Na Jaanaa
Javaa.N Hai Mohabbat...

Tum Aaye Ke Bachapan Meraa (Laut Aayaa \- 2)
Milaa Hai Mujhe Zindagii Ka Bahaanaa
Javaa.N Hai Mohabbat...

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