The song ‘Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya’ from the movie ‘Mughal-e-Azam’, a landmark in Indian cinema, is still sung today. This brilliant song, which speaks of remaining steadfast in the path of love even in adverse circumstances, is derived from the tune of composer Naushad. Today is the 101st birth anniversary of Naushad Ali, who introduced Western instruments to Indian music and played classical music with equal rights. Naushad was born in 1919, a few years after the beginning of Indian cinema. Years have passed from Mughal-e-Azam to Naushad from Pakija, who composed music for all the super-duper hit films, but he is still in our midst because of his nostalgia. Let us know, how was the film journey of musician Naushad …
Naushad’s film career is a story of reaching from the floor to the throne. Naushad Ali, who worked as a harmonium repairman as a child, was very fond of music. Her father was strongly opposed to her and considered music to be separate from Islam. He made it clear to Ali that you have to choose home or music. In the end, Naushad Ali chose music and left home for Mumbai.
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His move to Mumbai was the beginning of a struggle and he had to spend many nights on the streets. His career started with the 1940 film Prem Nagar, but his focus was on the 1942 film Sharda. Subsequently, the 1944 film Ratan proved to be a milestone in his career. After the success of this film, Naushad never looked back.
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When multiplied by the price of the film by the music of the film: The success of the film ‘Ratan’ can be gauged from the fact that Kardar Productions invested Rs 75,000 in its production and the music of the film earned a royalty of Rs 3 lakh due to Naushad’s music alone. Naushad Ali is also known for giving a chance to classical singers like Lata Mangeshkar and Mohammad Rafi. Lucknow-born Naushad Ali’s 26 films were silver jubilees, while many films also had golden and diamond jubilees. Naushad, who set the orchestra in Indian music, was awarded the Dadasaheb Phalke Award, the highest honor in cinema, in 1981.
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Music provided by Mother India: The music of Mother India, the first Indian cinema film to go on Mother Scar, was also composed by Naushad. Apart from this, Naushad has given music in hit films like Baiju Bawra, Pakija, Ganga-Jamuna, Mere Mehboob. Naushad Ali composed the music for the Taj Mahal movie in 2005 at the age of 86. Naushad continued to work until his death on May 5, 2006.