APN News

  • Sunday, April, 2024| Today's Market | Current Time: 04:30:53
  • Shemaroo Entertainment release 101 Hits of 1960’s, 101 Hits of 1970’s & 101 Hits of 1980’s DVD

    Published on April 9, 2014

    Mumbai: After bringing to you melodies of your favourite singers, music composers and Super Stars ,Shemaroo Entertainment now releases 3 DVD titles  to take you through a  musical journey of the glorious decades called 101 Hits of 1960s, 101 Hits of 1970s & 101 Hits of 1980s . Each pack consisting of 3 dvds each. feature Original Videos of Hindi Film Songs.Film music has always played a very important role in our lives. While each decade had its own flavour of music, it also had the power to shape up the psyche and sensibilities of its generation.   1980's Hits DVD Outer 3D Packshot1960’s was known for its romantic melodies, whether it was the colossal Black & White hit “Mughal-E-Azam” or the colourful blockbuster “Sangam”. The film canvas and its actors underwent a big change in 1970s  but its music scaled great greater heights with R.D.Burman & Laxmikant Pyarelal ruling the charts. The trend changed in 1980’s with the emergence of star sons. The films became brighter with the ‘Disco’ generation, yet the 80’s witnessed some of the most  melodious & hummable Music.

    While the 3 dvd pack “Hits Of 1960”s features fantabulous songs such as ‘Govinda Ala Re Aala’ from “Bluff Master”, ‘Paan Khaaye Sainya Hamaro’ from “Teesri Kasam”, ‘Pardesiyon Se Na..’ from “Jab Jab Phool Khile” & many more, the other 3 dvd pack, “Hits Of 1970s” has immortal melodies like  ‘ Hai Re Hai Neend  Nahin  Aaye..’ from “Humjoli”, “Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas’ from “Blackmail”, ’Jaanejaan Dhoondhta Phir Raha” from “Jawani Diwani”, among others.  The 3 discs of “Hits Of 1980s” feature a collection of foot-tappingsongs like ‘Sun Sahiba Sun Pyar ki..’ from “Ram Teri Ganga Maili”, “I Am A Disco Dancer” from “Disco Dancer”, “Hawa Hawaii” from “Mr. India” and many more. Another interesting  feature of these Collectors packs to cherish is in cases of songs which have multiple parts,  wherein all the parts have been smoothly edited and presented back to back. For example , 101 Hits of 1960s features both happy & sad versions of “Bol Meri Taqdeer  Mein Kya Hai” from “Hariyali Aur Rasta “ while 101 Hits of 1970s feature both versions of ‘O Saathi Re..’from  “Muqaddar Ka Sikandar”. 101 Hits of 1980s, on the one hand presents both parts of “De De Pyar De” from ‘Sharaabi”  while on the other smoothly merges the Happy part of “Sheesha Ho Ya Dil Ho” with its sad part. Another interesting visual is presentation of all parts of “Tu Tu Hai Wohi” from Yeh Vaada Raha.  The value additions & bonus materials serve as  a bonanza for the buyers who get more than  101 songs in each pack.

    Source: Lokesh Shastri


    Leave a Reply