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After Mirza Ghalib , she acted in movies such as Bilwamangal (1954), Waris (1954), Shama Parwana (1954), Kanchan (1955) (which was released in 1949 as 'Amar Kahani' and re-released as 'Kanchan'), Inam (1955), Mr. Lambu (1956), Trolly Driver (1958), Miss 1958 (1958), Maalik (1958) and Shama (1961). In the mid-fifties, Suraiya told Lata Mangeshkar once that she would soon be cutting down on her films. Lata told her not to do so. [35] Rustom Sohrab (1963) was her last film. The song 'Yeh kaisi ajab daastan ho gayi hai' [36] from the film, which was one of her finest songs, was also her last, as with this song Suraiya also said 'adieu' to her singing career, along with her film career. Suraiya in an interview said that during the shooting of the film, she suffered from low blood pressure, which was the reason for her giving up her acting career. [37]

Film expert and author Rajesh Subramanian opines that Kardar production spent Rupees seventy five thousand in 1944 to make Rattan . The music by Naushad saheb was such a phenomenal hit that the company earned Rs 3 lacs as royalty from gramophone sales in the first year.

Finally there is a site for the lover of old hindi music. We have a collection of over 50,000 songs. These song can be purchased from the Classic Movie Club ( http:///songs . Click on the line to play that song. We have recorded these songs in mp3.. To search a movie click on http:/// . to contact us send email to [email protected]  To download a mp3 file of the song. Place your mouse cursor on the title of the song and right click. In the popup menu click on Save Target as it will let you download the file. This only works with MS Windows Explorer & UP  

Next, we have a vast reservoir of music in cinema which includes transmuted forms from numerous sources, ghazal, bhajan, and qawwali, regional, ethnic and village music, and some doses of Latin American, Jazz and Rock.  The biggest form of Indian popular music is filmi, or songs from Indian films, it makes up 72% of the music sales in India. The film industry of India supported music by according reverence to classical music while utilizing the western orchestration to support Indian melodies. Music composers like Naushad, C. Ramchandra, Salil Chowdhury, Shankar Jaikishan, Kalyanji Anandji, R. D. Burman.

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