After having covered solo songs of significant ‘other’ female singers, like Suraiya, Geeta Roy, Shamshad Begum, Raajkumari, Asha Bhosle and Surinder Kaur, and Umda Devi & Meena Kapoor, I thought I would be able to put the remaining ‘others’ of other in one post, but little did I realize that most of these ‘others’ would individually have significant number of songs. And the songs were quite prominent in the storyline of the respective films, too. That I had not heard these songs certainly does not take away the fact these were big names in the vintage era that was coming to a close, and they had had created their own niche.
So each of the singer indeed (at least) deserves a separate identification – both in the title and the in the main body of the content.
Solo Songs of Lalita Deulkar
Kya Sach Hai Kasam Wo Bhulane Lage – Bedard – Ramprasad – Badal
Rangilee Dulhan Sharmilee Dulhan – Daulat – Hanuman Prasad – Qamar Jalalbadi
Mere Dil Ko Khilona Na Samaj Na Sajan – Sanwariya – C Ramchandra – P L Santoshi
Hum Kisko Sunaye Haal Ye Duniya Paiso Ki – Shabnam –S D Burman – Qamar Jalalabadi
Solo Songs of Ameerbai Karnataki
O Mere Chhail Chhabile, Tere Nain Rasile – Neki Aur Badi – Roshan – Kidar Sharma
Pahne Peela Rang Ki Saari – Sawan Aya Re – Khemchand Prakash – Bharat Vyas
Solo Songs of Hamida Bano
Dil Mera Tadapanewala Shaad Rahe Abaad Rahe – Janampatri – Gulshan Sufi – Aziz Kashmiri
Dil Toot Gaya, Mit Gaye Armaan – Soharat – Aziz Hindi – Nazim Panipati
Solo Songs of Zeenat Begum
Ghat Kari Matwari Ghir Ayee – Ek Thi Ladki – Vinod – Aziz Kashmiri
Jaa Ud Ja Re Kagwa Le Ja Sandeshwa – Kaneez – Ghulam Haider – Husrat Lucknavi
Solo Songs of Pushpa Hans
Dil-e-Naadan Hua Kya Hai – Apna Desh – Purushottam – Mirza Ghalib
With this, we conclude our micro-review of solo songs of Other Than Lata Mangeshkar Female Singers.
We will take up MY Top Songs as a summing up of this section.
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