Amitabh celebrates 40 years of ‘Kabhi Kabhi’
Mumbai: Bollywood’s sehenshah and most versatile actor, Amitabh Bachchan took twitter to celebrate 40 years of his evergreen song,”Kabhi Kabhi Mere Dil Mein”.
Amitabh in his tweet mentioned,” "40 years of 'Kabhi Kabhie' !! And they still want to hear me recite the poem..!! Strength of cinema!”
Details of the song:-
The song is from 1976 Bollywood movie 'Kabhie Kabhie' directed by Yash chopra.
The song was written by Sahir Ludhianvi .
Mohammed Zahur Khayyam was the music composer of this song.
The song was sung Mukesh.
The song was recorded at Mehboob studio.
It remained one of the finest creations of both its music director and lyricist.
The song brought Filmfare for both music director and the lyricist .
This song is regarded to have been a masterpiece by lyricist-poet Sahir Ludhianvi.
The original poem is in literary Urdu from Sahir's poetry collection 'Talkhiyaan', later on which the song was composed.
The song was originally created by Khayyam for an unreleased of Chetan Anand.
Interesting Facts on Kabhi-Kabhi:
Yash Chopra added another ‘E’ to the title of Kabhi- Kabhie just for luck.
The combination of Amitabh-Shashi Kapoor -Yash Chopra did five films in a row.
Parveen Babi was the first choice of Yash Chopra for the role which eventually went to Rakhi.
Gulshan Rai was to produce Kabhi Kabhie but refused saying that it would never.
Kabhi-Kabhie broke all box-office records.
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