There are some Hindi songs which I can hear till eternity. I feel there is something very soothing about these songs. They tend to convey many emotions all in one musical note. I am fond of radio, Surat does not have much of private radio service *sob sob* and this place has potential to make it into a commercial success. Whenever I get a chance to go to Mumbai I make sure that I hear atleast to four hours of radio, by the way irrespective of whats the time the radio set is practically on. The 24 hours service is a great help and I truly believe the private radio in Mumbai make living in a city a bit easier.
The following list of songs is as follows,
Raat ke hamsafar: sung by Asha and Rafi for the movie An Evening in Paris starring Sharmila and Shammi.
Main zindagi ka saath: sung by Rafi for the movie Hum Dono starring Dev Anand.
Ajeeb dastan hai yeh: sung by Lata* movie (fill in the blanks) featuring Meena Kumari and Rajkumar.
Saagar jaisi aankhowali: sung by Kishore for the movie Saagar starring Dimple, Rishi, Kamaal Hassan
Mere meheboob qayamat: sung by Kishore for himself in Mr. X in Bombay.
Ek ladki bheegi: sung by Kishore for Chalti ka Naam Gaadi featuring Himself and Madhubaala.
Aayega Aanewala: sung by Lata for the movie Mahal. Ashok Kumar was the “hero” of the movie.
Aasmaan ke neeche: sung by Lata and Kishore for Jewel Thief starring Dev Anand and Vyjanthimala.
Dard-e-dil: sung by Rafi for the movie Karz starring Rishi Kapoor.
Jab koi baat: sung by Kumar Sanu and Sadhna Sargam for the movie Jurm featuring Vinod Khanna and Meenakshi Sheshadri.
Ae dil-e nadan: sung by Lata for the the movie Razia Sultana starring Dharmendra and Hema.
Then there are a few ghazals sung by Asha, Jagjit Singh and Pankaj Udhas which I would love to hear very late into the night.
*Correted to Lata as mentioned by Sakshi on this blog's comments