‘Badan Pe Sitare…’ Shammi Kapoor’s song is still a hit, 5 people made it special, Hasrat Jaipuri was sitting in the night club and…

Mumbai. No matter how many times you listen to old film songs, there is always a freshness in them. Be it the lyrics of the songs, be it the music or the voice… everything was crafted in such a fine way that they used to become evergreen. This is the reason why the importance of old songs still remains. Today song of the week I present to you the famous songs of the 1969 film ‘Prince’. ‘Badan pe sitare…’ Tells about.

The film ‘Prince’ was directed by Lekh Tandon and written by Abrar Alvi. Shammi Kapoor, Vyjayanthimala, Ajit and Rajendra Nath played the lead roles in the film. Talking about the music of this film, the songs were composed by Shankar Jaikishan. The songs of the film were written by Hasrat Jaipuri and Farukh Kasir. At the same time, Mohammed Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar and Asha Bhosle gave voice for the film.

Shammi Kapoor and Vyjayanthimala in ‘Prince’ (1969)

Instantly got lyrics, instantly became music
Sometimes the story of the making of songs is very special. The story of the making of this evergreen song is also very different. According to the book ‘Yesterday’s Melodies, Today’s Memories’, Hasrat Jaipuri once went to a night club with Jaikishan. During this, a cabaret dancer appeared there who was performing wearing a dress made of light. She came to Hasrat and Jaikishan while dancing and went away. Just then, the words came to Hasrat Jaipuri’s mind, ‘The stars are wrapped around the body, O Jaane E Tamanna, where are you going…’. At the same time, Jaikishan had also composed the initial tune of the song.

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5 people are the life of the song
This song was made special by 5 people together. First, Hasrat Jaipuri, who came up with these lyrics, second, Shankar Jaikishan, who gave melodious music, third, Mohammed Rafi, who breathed life into the song, and fourth-fifth, Shammi-Vyjayanthi, on whom this song was picturized. The style made the song special forever.

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