K for Kishore

Follow my blog with Bloglovin
Kishore Kumar… Legend was born in Khandwa in the rainy month of August in Ganguly family with the name of Abhas Kumar Ganguly in 1929. It took 17 years for Abhas to become Kishore and start charming people of India with his voice. He got his first break in 1946 with film Shikari. Hey, but you all can get this information on his Wikipedia page.  For me, Kishore is the legend. He is one of the pillars of amazing Hindi film music. I think Kishore had given his voice to almost every superstar during his active years.

You will find at least 3-4 songs for every mood and situation with his voice. I am putting up the list of my most favorite 10 songs of Kishore Kumar for you guys as a tribute to his melodious voice. It’s really tough list to make. Hope you all will enjoy. This is not top 10 list, I enjoy all the songs equally.

1 – Neele Neele Ambar Par

Film: Kalakaar (1983)

Music: Kalyanji – Anandji

2 – Tu Tu Hai Wahi – Duet with Asha Bhosale

Film: Yeh wada raha (1982)

Music: R. D. Burman

3- Keh du tumhe ya chup rahu

Film: Deewar (1975)

Music: R D Burman

 

4 – Nadiya se dariya

Film: Namak Haram (1973)

Music: R. D. Burman

5 – Pag ghungaru bandh

Film: Namak Halal (1982)

Music: Bappi LahiriK for KishoreK for Kishore

6 – O sathi re

Film: Muqaddar Ka Sikandar

Music: Kalyanji – Anandji

7- Meet na mila re manka

Film: Abhiman (1973)

Music: S. D. Burman

8 –  Bhaware ki gunjan

Film: Kal Aaj Aur Kal (1971)

Music: Shankar Jaykishan

9 – Yeh dil na hota bechara

Film: Jewel Thief (1967)

Music: S. D. Burman

10 – Phoolonka taronka

Film: Hare Rama Hare Krishna (1971)

Music: R. D. Burman

Guys, list is endless. These are just first 10 came to my mind when I started making list.

~~~~

I am participating in A to Z challenge with Blogchatter and this is my take on day 11 challenge. “K for Kishore”

You may also like

1 Comment

Leave a Reply