Also in western films, a music director or "music coordinator" is usually responsible for selecting existing recorded music to add to the soundtrack, typically during opening and closing credits, whereas In Bollywood films, the music director often has a much broader role encompassing both composing music/songs specifically for the film and (if needed) securing additional (licensed) music, whereas the lyricist of Bollywood songs is less likely to be the same composer or music director, as Bollywood films often go to great lengths to include lyrics of special significance and applicability to the film's plot and dialogue, and/or the words of highly-regarded poets/lyricists set to music written specifically for such words in the film, as noted above. Bollywood film songs have been described as eclectic both in instrumentation and style.  They often employ foreign instruments and rework existing songs, showing remarkable inventiveness in the reinvention of melodies and instrumental techniques. 
Indian cinema, with its characteristic film music, has not only spread all over Indian society, but also been on the forefront of the spread of India's culture around the world.
Hindi film songs are present in Hindi cinema right from the first sound film Alam Ara (1931) by Ardeshir Irani which featured seven songs. This was closely followed by Shirheen Farhad (1931) by Jamshedji Framji Madan, also by Madan, which had as many as 42 song sequences strung together in the manner of an opera, and later by Indra Sabha which had as many as 69 song sequences. However, the practice subsided and subsequent films usually featured between six to ten songs in each production. :20
Right from the advent of Indian cinema in 1931, musicals with song numbers have been a regular feature in Indian cinema.  In 1934 Hindi film songs began to be recorded on gramophones and later, played on radio channels, giving rise to a new form of mass entertainment in India which was responsive to popular demand.  Within the first few years itself, Hindi cinema had produced a variety of films which easily categorised into genres such as "historicals", "mythologicals", "devotional, "fantasy" etc.
Each of the other numbers are passable but none half as memorable. Mar Jaayen, sung by Atif Aslam, is a show stealer. Mithoon keeps the musical arrangement simple and puts the spotlight on Atif's voice and Sayeed Quadri's words, which works to the song's advantage. Out of all the versions, the reprise works the best. The EDM one, frankly, is a dismal try because this song has far too much depth to be created into a dance number. 'Peene Ki Tamanna' is upbeat and intoxicating; Vishal Dadlani's grungy voice and Parichay's music make it an instant crowd puller. Its EDM version is fast and fun.
' Bollywood is the name offered to the film industry in Asia that creates, distributes and offers Hindi shoots. Although typically, films were purely in Hindi today movies are now being made in a mixture of Hindi spread with English. Bollywood is the world's largest film-making product, producing well over 1500 movies a year. It's a cult in India, and a lot of actors are worshiped similar to Gods. Seek out small roles to get going. This might be an additional or walk-on part in a movie or a stunt double. Accept parts in commercials, on tv programs, reality and game programs.
She first achieved success in B. R. Chopra's Naya Daur (1957), composed by him. Her duets with Rafi like "Maang Ke Saath Tumhara", "Saathi Haath Badhana" and "Uden Jab Jab Zulfein Teri", penned by Sahir Ludhianvi, earned her recognition. It was the first time she sang all the songs for a film's leading actress.
Velar consonants, pronounced by making use of the rear of the tongue in the roofing for the lips (e. g. , k or g in English): क k, ख k (a), ग g, घ g (a), ङ n
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- Ali oo.
- Ali oo.
- Ali oo o.
- Tu le naam Rab ka, naam Sai ka
Ali Ali Ali Ali
Naam Rab ka, naam Sai ka
Ali Ali Ali Ali
Jugni rukh peepal da hoi
Jis nu pooje taa har koi
Jisdi phasal kise na boyi
Ghar vi rakh sake na koi
Rastaa naap rahi marjaani
Patthi baarish da hai paani
Jab nazdeek jahaan de aani
Jugni maili si ho jaani
Tu le naam Rab da Ali Ali
Jhall Khaleran challi (means pagalpanti karne chali)
Naam rab da Ali Ali
Har darawaza Ali (x2)