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The non availability of the gramophone records of the film makes the album a collectors’ item. Music director Laxmi kantPyarelal composed the song ‘Ek do teen char I could get a LP of ‘Andaz’ with a brand new cover. In film Brahmachari there is the hit lullaby, ‘Main gaon tum soj ao’ featuring Shumi Kapoor quite contrary to his established image. No lullaby composed by Naushad is coming to my mind readily but there is yet another children’s song of his by Rafi in ‘Ram aur Shyam’ , viz. But when someone mentions ‘tharaattu paattu’ the one which comes to mind automaticaly is ‘omana thingal kidavo I would also talk about the tail piece.

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Susheela from film ‘Seetha’. No lullaby composed by Naushad is coming to my mind readily but there is yet another children’s song of his by Rafi in ‘Ram aur Shyam’viz.

Another early lullaby was the melody from Do Bigha Zameenviz. Newer Post Older Post Home. After that I have heard the recitation of this classic by countless musicians and ordinary singers. I could get a LP of ‘Andaz’ with a brand new cover.

If I remember correct the scene from th e f ilm was an open class room and the song was enacted by Hemant Kumar himself. The jacket of the L. It just wonders which of the marvellous and beautiful things in the world the child most closely sont. I agree that ‘paattu padi.

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Though, I understand, not used as a lullaby in the film it is still a great ‘lori’. The combination of Shankar Jai kishan, Rafi, and Shammi Kapoor had given a few outstanding songs in this category.

Chords for pattu padi song from malayalam film seetha malayalam tharattu pattu from p suseela

Music director Ilayaraja had exploited the voice of K. In Seema, we have the evergreen lullaby’ Suno choty se gudiya ke lamby kahani’; in Bete Bete’Aaj kal main dhal gaya’ and in Katputali’Soja re meri raj dulari’; all three songs jems by Lata.

It is, in fact, a rare combination of song and dialogue by Saigal. In film Brahmachari there is the hit lullaby, ‘Main gaon tum soj ao’ featuring Shumi Kapoor quite contrary to his established image.

urrakkam The non availability of the gramophone records of the film makes the album a collectors’ item. Coming to later years, there are a few beautiful lullabies composed by Hemant Kumar like, ‘Raat hai suhani O nindiya rani’ by Lata in film sing In film Jagriti, there is that famous song, ‘Hum laye hain toofan se ‘ sung by Hemant Kumar himself and the other penned and sung by poet Pradeep, viz.

There is also the song, ‘Chakke main chakka’ by Rafi. It contains 12 songs including a few mentioned earlier.

Lyric of Malayalam song Paatu Padi Urakkam

Music director Laxmi kantPyarelal composed the song ‘Ek do teen char In fact patriotism was the main theme of many songs for children during the period. There is also Saigal’s song for children, ‘Aao bachhe Which is the best lullaby in Malayalam films? Ramachandra] One of the best in this category of songs is the one composed by S. Burman for the film Sujata and sung in the silky soft voice of Geeta Dutt,viz.

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Music director Khayyam has composed a song,’ Mera ghar aaye meri nanhi pari’ [Kabhi kabhi] and Mere chanda mere nanhe ptatu khat] both by Lata.

Pattupadi Urakkam Njan

One can go on listening to it any number of times. I have heard P.

ChildrenLullabies and Gramophone records. Yourr andaz cover is very damaged. Thanks for the feedback. Nostalgic memories about several enchanting lullabies and songs for children from Hindi films of yesteryears passed through my mind when I was preparing a post on Preeti Sagar.

pattu padi urakkam njan malayalam song

But when someone mentions ‘tharaattu paattu’ the one which comes to mind automaticaly is ‘omana thingal kidavo Ek Raje ka beta’, from film President.