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The Song Story

Among the most introspective nazms in Hindi films, Jaane kya dhoondti rehti hai from Shola Aur Shabnam (1961) rises high above the apparent, inflicting a stinging comment on the rich-poor divide in society. Anand Desai (in maroon font) and Antara explore the finer nuances of this smoldering song of catharsis, written by Kaifi Azmi, composed by Khayyam and sung by Mohd Rafi.

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10 Most Loved Duets of Geeta Dutt
10 Most Loved Duets of Geeta Dutt
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