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Dev Anand songs News

  • | December 11th, 2012

    Dev Anand’s evergreen songs

    Dev Anand’s evergreen songs

    We take a look at this musical star’s most famous and revered tracks
    Dev Anand’s films have always been known to have great music. The actor took special interest in the making of the soundtrack, especially for the films produced by his own banner Navketan Films.  The best part about his movies was that you could never isolate one song and say this was the biggest hit. The entire album used to be great. Mohammad Rafi sang for him during his early movies but Kishore Kumar soon took over as the voice of Dev Anand. Here are some of the evergreen actor’s most loved numbers. Click here to read more

  • | December 5th, 2011

    The evergreen actor Dev Anand lives forever in his songs

    The evergreen actor Dev Anand lives forever in his songs

    The legendary actor may no longer be in this world, but he has left behind a treasure trove of melodies that will keep him among us forever
    From romantic duets and patriotic hymns to idealistic ballads and playful numbers, Dev Anand is one star who could effortlessly carry off the diametrically opposite tunes onscreen. During the evergreen actor’s initial years the mellifluous singer Mohammed Rafi was his voice and later Kishore Kumar, whose effervescent singing style became the voice of Dev saab’s songs. And with them he created magic that is not seasonal, but timeless, compositions that appeal even in the 21st century. Click here to read more

  • | December 5th, 2011

    Dev Anand (1923-2011): A legend moves on

    Dev Anand (1923-2011): A legend moves on

    The news of Dev Anand’s death has shocked his legion of fans in and out of the Bollywood film industry
    Dev Anand was rightly called the evergreen hero, and not just because of his long tenure as leading man. While he played the quintessential hero onscreen with his unique style and mannerisms, offscreen too he had an approach to life that was highly inspirational. It has often been said that he actually lived the way one of his songs advocated – har fikr ko dhue mein udaata chala gaya (I moved on, letting my worries go up in smoke). He had many classics to his name – Guide, CID, Hare Rama Hare Krishna, Gambler, Hum Dono – and yet never stopped making films. He wanted to die with his boots on, and that’s what he did. He had begun planning his next film, along the lines of his classic Hare Rama Hare Krishna. Sadly, Fate had other plans. We pay our tribute to this iconic filmmaker: Click here to read more