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Biography of Madan Mohan

Saturday, June 2, 2012

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Biography of Madan Mohan
Jun 3rd 2012, 03:24

Introduction

Madan Mohan name was Madan Mohan Kohli.He was born on 25 June 1924 in Baghdad, Iraq and left us on 14 July 1975.He was famous bollywood music director during 1950 and 1960

about Madan Mohan and his journy

Madan Mohan came to Bombay in the late 40′s, and assisted S. D. Burman and Shyam Sunder for a brief spell, for films being made by filmistan studios.Madan’s first big commercial break was Bhai Bhai in 1956.
But after his film ‘Ankhen’ Madan and Latamadan mohan biography became a great team together and Lata sang for almost all his films. Lata Mangeshkar was the last word for him.The sweetness Madan achieved here in Lata Mangeshkar's voice is something rare in his repertory. It was never enough that there was enough of only Lata in a Madan tune. Lata used to call Madan 'Ghazal Ka Shehzadaa'. 'Woh chup rahen to mere dil ke daag jalte hain' from the film Jahan Ara and 'Maine raang li aaj chunariya' from Dulhan Ek Raat Ki are some others of his compositions.He scored for a theme in mime like Chetan Anand’s Heer Ranjha.
Madan Mohan made excellent use of voices of Talat Mahmood and Mohd. Rafi as well. His favourite lyricists were Raja Mehndi Ali Khan, Rajendra Krishan, and Kaifi Azmi. Majrooh Sultanpuri and Sahir Ludhianvi also wrote for him for a few films.
He was known as the Ghazal Samrat of Indian Music. He died on July 14th, in the year 1975.
His peerless classicism while tuning a variety of songs like 'Nainon mien badra chaye' in Mera Saaya. 'Naino mein badra chaye' is another classic, from the film Mera Saaya. Reportedly there is no composer more difficult to please at a recording than Madan Mohan. He took the life out of the artists because he staked his reputation on his compositions
Film
1950 – Aankhen
1951 – Ada
1951 – Madhosh
1951 – Shabistan
1952 – Aashiyana
1952 – Anjaam
1952 – Khoobsurat
1952 – Nirmohi
1953 – Baaghi
1953 – Chacha Choudhary
1953 – Dhoon
1954 – Ilzaam
1954 – Mastaana
1954 – Ehsaan
1955 – Railway Platform
1956 – Bhai Bhai
1956 – Fifty – Fifty
1956 – Memsahib
1956 – Naya Aadmi
1956 – Pocket Maar
1957 – Beti
1957 – Chhoti Babu
1957 – Dekh Kabhira Roya
1957 – Gateway Of India
1957 – Samundar
1957 – Sheru
1958 – Aakhiri Daon
1958 – Adalat
1958 – Chandan
1958 – Ek Shola
1958 – Jailor
1958 – Khajanchi
1958 – Khota Paisa
1958 – Night Club
1959 – Baap Bete
1959 – Bank Manager
1959 – Chacha Zindabaad
1959 – Duniya Na Maane
1959 – Jaagir
1959 – Minister
1959 – Mohr
1960 – Bahaana
1961 – Sanjog
1961 – Senapati
1962 – Anpadh
1962 – Man mauji
1963 – Akeli Mat Jaiyo
1964 – Aap Ki Parchhaiyan
1964 – Ghazal
1964 – Haqeeqat
1964 – Jahan Aara
1964 – Pooja Ke Phool
1964 – Sharabi
1964 – Suhaagan
1964 – Woh Kaun Thi?
1965 – Bombay Race Course
1965 – Naya Kanoon
1965 – Neela Aakash
1965 – Rishte Naate
1966 – Daak Ghar
1966 – Dulhan Ek Raat Ki
1966 – Ladka Ladki
1966 – Mera Saaya
1966 – Neend Hamari Khaab Tumhare
1967 – Ghar Ka Chirag
1967 – Jab Yaad Kisiki Aati Hai
1967 – Naunihaal
1967 – Nawab Sirajuddaula
1968 – Ek Kali Muskaai
1969 – Chirag
1970 – Dastak
1970 – Heer Ranjha
1970 – Maa Ka Aanchal
1970 – Maharaja
1971 – Parwana
1972 – Baawarchi
1972 – Koshish
1972 – Sultana Daku
1973 – Ek Muthhi Aasman
1973 – Hanste Zakhm
1973 – Hindustan Ki Kasam
1973 – Prabhat
1974 – Asliyat
1974 – Chowkidaar
1973 – Dil Ki Raahen
1975 – Mausam
1976 – Laila Majnu
1976 – Sharafat Chhod Di Maine
1977 – Saheb Bahadur
1978 – Jalan
1978 – Inspector Eagle
1980 – Chaalbaaz
2004 – Veer Zaara

Awards
1970 – National Award as Best Music Director – Dastak
2004 – IIFA Award, Bollywood Award, Sangeet Award – Veer Zaara

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