Kishore Kumar sings for S D Burman


Today’s second post is Kishore Kumar sings for S D Burman. Burman Dada was the only music composer, who had collaborated with both Mohammad Rafi Sahab and Kishore Kumar, in an equal manner. In fact, Sachin Dev Burman Sahab considered Kishore Kumar as his second son and according to Kishore Kumar, it was the stalwart composer, who had given the prominent singer-actor-director-composer, his first chance. Burman Dada composed his last song, Badi sooni sooni hai… from Mili (1975), for Kishore Kumar. For this post, I have chosen some of my favorite Bollywood songs, coming out of the collaborations among them. I hope you like them.

Kishore Kumar sings for S D Burman

Chahe koi khush ho chahe… Taxi Driver (1954)

Jeevanke safar mein rahi… Munimji (1955)

Hum hain rahi pyarke… Nau Do Gyarah (1957)

Gaata rahe mera dil… Guide (1965)

Yeh dil na hota bechara… Jewel Thief (1967)

Duniya o duniya tera jawab nahin… Naya Zamana (1971)

Khilte hain gul yahan… Sharmilee (1971)

Tere mere milanki yeh raina… Abhimaan (1973)

Yeh laal rang kab mujhe chodega… Prem Nagar (1974)

Aaye tum yaad mujhe… Mili (1975)


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