Kamal Amrohi's Pakeezah represents one of Indian cinema's shimmering musical milestones. It was the composer Ghulam Mohamed's final score. Playback queen Lata Mangeshkar was the voice of the courtesan Sahib Jaan, played by tragedienne Meena Kumari, who incidentally passed away shortly after the film's release, resulting in scores of film-goers flocking to cinema theatres as if to pay obeisance at her mazaar. The story of Pakeezah is a story of dedication…a dedication which pushes you to take care of every minutest of the details…like an error of millimeters in the focus of a camera lens.. The people who created this magnum opus were working on that level of dedication and involvement on which their own being becomes worthless to them and any type of compromise got out of question…even if it was about waiting for 4 years to persuade a particular actress to play the lead…and even if it was about the acute sickness of that actress which would eventually lead to her death only after two months of the release of the picture. Pakeezah is not a love story.
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Post by samvel Naseem Bano Chopra doesn't need any introduction to all you erudite people on this forum as she has been discussed here several times in reference to her enigmatic background singing of the Mir ghazal in the movie Pakeezah. There is a Mir ghazal here but unfortunately not this one. Music is by Ustad Faiyyaz Ahmed Khan 1. None of the 15 or so editions of Ghalib in my possession have Jaan-o-Dil
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Nice blog and I enjoyed reading all the posts : Keep up the good work! Luv n LuCk Tanz :. Aabla-pa koi is dasht mein aaya hoga Tanz: I am glad you liked all the posts, but I am sure you didn't have any other option left than not liking them :P Sadia: Yups, almost everything which she has written is a gem. I am sure it is not Meena Kumari, because that information is given to me straight from the proverbial horses' mouth so to speak. Although I am inclined to think it is Madhurani in light of the tonal quality of the voice, if however I do find out who it is, I will post it on your site.