Monday, September 18, 2006

Piano songs in Hindi Films

Hindi films are so interesting, and songs in them even more। Then there are songs where musical instruments are being played by the characters... piano is one of the instruments being played quite a lot in picturizations as well in the background music compositions. Even when the hero of the film is not playing... err not touching the keys of the piano, we do hear the instrument. Some songs that have piano in picturization of it:


  • Aaj ki raat mere dil ki salami, Dil Diya Dard Liya
  • Aap ke haseen rukh pe, Baharen Phir Bhi Aayengi
  • Aaya hai mujhe phir yaad, Devar
  • Aji rooth kar ab, Aarzoo
  • Aye dil mujhe bataa de, Bhai Bhai
  • Aye husn zara jaag, Mere Mehboob
  • Aye jaan-e-jigar dil mein, Aaraam (1951)
  • Aye kaash kahin aisa hota, Mohra
  • Aye pyaase dil bezubaan, Begunah
  • Bahot pyaar karte hai tum ko sanam, Saajan
  • Bhari duniya mein aakhir dil, Do Badan
  • Chale they saath mil kar, Hasina Maan Jayegi
  • Chalo ek baar, Gumraah
  • Chand taare tod laau, Yes Boss
  • Chandi ki deewaar na todi, Vishwas
  • Chehre pe khushi, Waqt
  • Dheere dheere machal, Anupama
  • Dil ke jharokhon mein tujhko, Brahmchari
  • Dil to hai dil, Muqaddar Ka Sikandar
  • Diye jalao pyar ke, Dharti kahe pukar ke
  • Dost dost na raha, Sangam
  • Falsafa pyar ka tum kya, Duniya
  • Geet gaata huun main, Laal Patthar
  • Jaane vo kaise log the jinke pyaar ko pyaar milaa, Pyaasa
  • Jab tum mujhe apna kehte ho, Waqt
  • Jeena yahan, Mera Naam Joker
  • Jeet hi lenge baazi, Shola Aur Shabnam
  • Jhoom jhoom ke naacho aaj, Andaaz
  • Jo unki tamanna ho, Intaqam
  • Kahaan jaa raha hai tu aye jaane wale, Seema
  • Kai din se jee hai bekal, Dulhan Ek Raat Ki
  • Kaun aaya ke nigaahon mein, Waqt
  • Koi sone ka dil wala, Maya
  • Kya rangeen mehfil hai, Dil Diya Dard Liya
  • Kyon mujhe itni khushi, Anupama
  • Main dil hoon ek armaan bhara, Anhonee
  • Main ek paheli hoon & Ansoo ki ek boond hoon main, Ek paheli
  • Maine chaand dekha hai, Woh Din Yaad Karo
  • Milte hi aankhen dil hua, Baabul (1950)
  • Mujhe tum mil gaye humdum, Love In Tokyo
  • Patthar ke sanam tujhe, Patthar Ke Sanam
  • Piya milan ko jaana, Meri Bahen
  • Puchho na hamein hum unke liye kya kya, Mitti Mein Sona
  • Pyaar diwana hota hai, Kati Patang
  • Rone na deejiyega, Jaan Tere Naam
  • Ruk jaa oh dil deewane, Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge
  • Saanson ko saanson mein... hum tum, Hum Tum
  • Saaz ho tum aawaaz hoon main, Saaz Aur Aawaaz
  • Sajhti hai yoon hi mehfil, Kudrat
  • Soona man ka aangan, Parineeta
  • Suhani chandni raate, Mukti
  • Taaro mein sajhke, Jal bin machhli nritya bin bijali
  • Tera jaana dil ke armaano ka, Anari
  • Tere is pyaar ka shukriya mere meherbaan, Aag Aur Daag
  • Tu jahaan jahaan chalega, Mera Saaya
  • Tu kahe agar jiivan bhar, Andaaz
  • Tum bin jaau kahaan, Pyaar Ka Mausam
  • Waqt karta jo wafa, Dil Ne Pukara
  • Yahan main ajnabi hoon, Jab Jab Phool Khile
  • Yeh afsana nahin zalim mere dil ki haqeeqat hau, Dard
  • Yeh duniya rahe na rahe kya pata, Mitti Mein Sona
  • Yeh kaun aaya ki meri duniya mein, Baazi (1951)
  • Yeh kaun aaya, Saathi
  • Yeh mausam aur yeh tanhayi, Dastaan
  • Yeh un dino ki baat hai, Tumse Achha Kaun Hai (New)
  • Zikra hota hai jab qayamat ka, My Love
  • Zindagi ittefaq hai, Aadmi Aur Insaan (duet of Mahendra Kapoor & Asha Bhosle)
  • Zindagi teri yaadon mein khoyi, Darinda (1977)

2 comments:

theBollywoodFan said...

Hi Kanan: This is an excellent list! I truly love Bohat Pyaar Karte Hain from Saajan and Tu Kahe Agar from Andaz, and I'm glad they made the list.

These two, and Pehla Nasha from Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar, are my favorite piano songs; although Pehla Nasha didn't have a piano pictured in it (hence not in the list), a sweater as a dancing partner makes up for it! :)

Cheers!

Kanan said...

TBF, thank you! Glad it's of help to you as well. I also love that Saajan song and the one from Andaaz. I keep updating this list over time so new ones keeping making it to the list as I find them. True, pehla nasha is just an awesome awesome song.. some songs have that signature flavor and they never get old or become outdated, it's one of those. The sweater as dancing partner scene was awesome.. I still wonder what happened to it after it was thrown down in the valley.

Now that you've got me started, I even love Kalpana's character (and her double-roti scenes LOL) in that and everyone else who thinks Sanjaylal won't make it big but admit at the end that he had it in him. It's such a motivating movie to watch and listening to "rooth ke humse kabhi" always makes me teary-eyed. Kulbhushan Kharbanda is quite an underrated and an awesome actor.