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10 thoughts on “Kishore Kumar In A Reflective Mood”

  1. Kishorda’s voice will stay ever & ever & so will the popularity of his songs. He had given so many memorable songs in his 39 years film career. ..Remembered for years for his magical voice & Yodling. Zindagi Ek safar song is still in the hearts of people . Aanewala pal is my all time favorite song.

  2. KISHORE DA WOULD HAVE BEEN 80 THIS DAY BUT I STRONGLY BELIEVE THAT HE WOULD HAVE BEHAVED LIKE A KID OF 8 YEARS!YES THAT WAS THE MAESTRO. BUT I WILL NEVER SPARE GOD FOR TAKING AWAY MY GURU AT AN EARLY AGE. NO NEVER!

  3. In a reflective mood, add a song from the film -” Naastik ” , aaj ka ye din kal ban jayega kal , peeche mood ke na dekh pyare aage chal .. , song picturised on Amitabh Bachaan.
    Song inspires to go ahead in life..
    Another song of this mood, i find is “Zindagi ki yehi reet hai- Har ke baad hi jeet hai ” from the film “Mr. india ” picturised on Anil kapoor.

  4. @ Meghna Parikh,
    Songs added.

    @ Atanu Roy,
    I beg to differ with your last sentence. God was kind enough to have gifted us Kishoreda, even if that meant just for 58 years. And souls like him never seek for leverage to perform and prove themselves. Whatever Kishoreda could come out with during that 58 year long journey, is a treasure for his fans today. They love him for his playback and an equally interesting persona in true life both.

  5. Add Kishoreda’s patriotic song , which is – ” Dekho veer jawano…. ” from the movie Aakraman.

  6. Jaane kya sochkar,rahon pe rehte hai, main thak gaya hun amongst several others…, i think, r apt fr this “reflective” mood …

  7. Jaane kya sochkar,Main thak gaya hu,raahon pe rehte hai amongst several others r apt fr this reflective mood ,i guess…

  8. @Sushil Agnihotri,

    Added those songs now… Interestingly (and “unfortunately”, if you were to take up the task of compiling song lists based on various moods) it’s very difficult to categorise many songs perfectly, because of the blend of sentiments they often carry. This observation is more pertinent to KK’s numbers, since he often blended sentiments that weren’t always part of the original lyrics. E.g. notice how he while sounding intoxicated briefly giggles painfully in “Yeh Lal Rang”, which is otherwise a very sad song. KK’s improvisations make it a very romantically sad one and much richer, instead.

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