6 outdated Bollywood songs that commemorate the spirit of Janamashtami – ThePrint – ANIFeed

New Delhi [India], August 18 (ANI): Yearly the pageant of Janamashtami is well known by Hindus to mark the start of Lord Krishna, the God who’s the embodiment of playfulness and innocence.

As per the Hindu calendar, Lord Krishna, an avatar of Lord Vishnu, was born on the eighth day of the month of Bhadra. The day principally falls within the months of August or September as per the Western calendar.

The pageant of Janamashtami is well known by providing prayers to Lord Krishna, with fantastically embellished swings, dance and music performances, and the Dahi Handi competitors.

Additional, Bollywood too has a number of movies the place Lord Krishna has been worshipped, Janmashtami and Dahi Handi are depicted. So, on the event of Janmashtami, listed here are 6 outdated Bollywood songs that commemorate the spirit of this pageant.

‘Govinda Aala Re’ (Bluff Grasp)

This tune, which has been sung by Mohammad Rafi was from the Manmohan Desai directorial ‘Bluff Grasp’ starring Shammi Kapoor, Saira Bano, Pran and Lalita Pawar. It confirmed the pageant of Dahi Handi in a full of life and enthusiastic method with the expressions of Shammi Kapoor being the topping on the cake.

‘Mohe Panghat Pe’ (Mughal-E-Azam)

The whole lot about this tune, together with lyrics, composition, voice, and cinematography was wonderful. The sleek dance strikes and expressions of the gorgeous Madhubala have been extraordinary on this tune, which was sung by the late legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar.

‘Madhuban Mein Radhika Nache Re’ (Kohinoor)

The mix of Mohammed Rafi’s voice, Shakeel Badayuni’s lyrics, and Naushad’s music has created this basic, timeless masterpiece. In its video, Dilip Kumar has notably labored arduous on his hand actions to seem pure on display screen.

‘Yashomati Maiyya Se Bole Nandlaala’ (Satyam Shivam Sundaram)

This tune showcases how Krishna, as a child, was nervous about his darkish complexion and would examine it to Radha as his mates and elder brother used to tease him owing to his darkish complexion.

‘Bada Natkhat Hai’ (Amar Prem)

‘Bada Natkhat Hai’ completely depicted the motherly love of Yashoda, who troubled by Krishna’s mischievous antics would punish and scold him. Nevertheless, it was nothing compared to the love she showered on him.

‘Shor mach gaya shor dekho aaya maakhan chor’ (Badla)

This tune, sung by Kishore Kumar, fantastically portrays the celebration of Janmashtami. ‘Shor mach gaya shor dekho aaya maakhan chor’ was from the 1974 film ‘Badla’, which starred Shatrughan Sinha, Moushumi Chatterjee and Johny Walker, amongst others. (ANI)

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