Ziddi (1948 film)
|Directed by||Shaheed Latif|
|Produced by||Bombay Talkies|
|Written by||Ismat Chughtai|
|Music by||Khemchand Prakash|
Ziddi (Hindi: ज़िद्दी, "Stubborn") is a 1948 Hindi film directed by Shaheed Latif. It was based on a story by Ismat Chughtai and launched the career of Dev Anand as the lead hero. The film helped establish its stars Dev Anand, Kamini Kaushal and Pran in Hindi films. The playback singers - Kishore Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar recorded their first duet - "Ye Kaun Aya Re" together in this 1948 film Ziddi.
The music of the film was composed by Khemchand Prakash. The soundtrack featured the first film song sung by playback singer Kishore Kumar, "Marne ki duayen kyon mangu", a solo picturised on Dev Anand. The film also included Lata Mangeshkar's solo, "Chanda re ja re ja re, piya se sandesa mora kahiyo jaa" picturised on Kamini Kaushal.
|Song||Singer(s)||Picturised on||Music Director||Lyricist|
|Chanda Re Ja Re Ja Re, Piya Ko Sandesa Mera Kahiyo Ja||Lata Mangeshkar||Kamini Kaushal||Khemchand Prakash||Prem Dhawan|
|Zindagi Ka Aasra Samjhe||Lata Mangeshkar||Dev Anand||Khemchand Prakash||Raja Mehdi Ali Khan|
|Ab Kaun Sahara Hai, Jab Tera Sahara Chhut Gaya||Lata Mangeshkar||Kamini Kaushal||Khemchand Prakash||Prem Dhawan|
|Jaadu Kar Gaye Kisike Naina||Lata Mangeshkar||Dev Anand & Kamini Kaushal||Khemchand Prakash||Prem Dhawan|
|Ye Kaun Aaya Re||Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar||Dev Anand||Khemchand Prakash||Nakshab Jarchvi|
|Marane Ki Duaaen Kyon Maangun||Kishore Kumar||Dev Anand||Khemchand Prakash||Prof. Jazbi|
|Ruth Gaye More Shyaam Sakhi Ri||Lata Mangeshkar||Dev Anand & Kamini Kaushal||Khemchand Prakash||Prem Dhawan|
|Ek Baat Kahu Tumse||Kishore Kumar||Dev Anand||Khemchand Prakash||Nakshab Jarchvi|
|Chali Pi Ko Milan Ban Than Ke||Shamshad Begum||Dev Anand||Khemchand Prakash||Prem Dhawan|
- "Lata, Dev Anand recall Kishore Kumar on his birth anniversary". Realbollywood.com. 2011-08-04. Archived from the original on 23 September 2013. Retrieved 2013-04-22.
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