Dev Anand: Know All About the Evergreen Star

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Dev Anand @100: A look at popular songs from the films of the evergreen star.

New Delhi, Sep 26 (Trending News Fox) Dev Anand spent over five decades playing the lead actor in more than 100 films, showcasing different personas, from a loveable hero to a loving brother.

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On his 100th birth anniversary, here’s a look at some of his popular songs: 1. “Hai Apna Dil To Awara” – “Solva Saal” (1958) This song is picturized of Dev Anand trying to woo Waheeda Rehman. Are. During train journey. This evergreen romantic track is sung by Hemant Kumar with music by SD Burman and lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri.

  1. “Khoya Khoya Chand” – “Kala Bazaar” (1960) This evergreen song by Mohammed Rafi has incredible recall value among the die-hard fans of Dev Anand. Composed by composer SD Burman and lyricist Shailendra, the song is remembered for its melodious tune and romantic lyrics that capture the essence of longing and romanticism.

Dev Anand @100: Remembering the ‘Margdarshak’ of Hindi cinema

His lilting, loose-limbed movements, his tireless energy, his songs, his influences and, of course, his style. Seven decades of star and filmmaker Dev Anand were remembered and celebrated on his 100th birth anniversary on Tuesday.

While fans took a trip down memory lane remembering his films from ‘CID’ to ‘Heera Panna’, industry insiders paid tribute to the man whose enthusiasm inspired them to do films later in his life. Continued to make, when they were not so big. Success.

As the country celebrates the birth centenary of screen icon Dev Anand, the evergreen hero had admitted in his memoirs how he had tasted failure in both love and politics. In Romancing with Life (Penguin 2007), author Dev Anand gives a graphic account of how he fell in love with Suraiya, a singing film actress of that era.

Born as Dharamdev Pishorimal Anand in 1923, it is almost poetic that his stage alias became Dev Anand, his first name meaning ‘Lord’ in Hindi.

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