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Spirit Soul Hindi films in recent years produced numerous songs for various celebrations such as Holi and Raksha Bandan, but for the largest festival Divali, there are hardly any songs composed. There are few, but they are a handful.

Divali, the festival lights, was in Hindi films often used the story to a dramatic touch. There are few films where Divali is celebrated with song and dance as Holi, Raksha Bandhan or Navrati. Once in a blue month you will find a film in this festival is celebrated with family and friends. Actually it is not surprising that little of this kind of songs. By many fireworks during this festival is used not to get in the mood for a song to sing, let alone that you'll be heard.

The few songs Divali known, dating back to films from the past. One of the reasons why so few Divali is celebrated in films is that most Hindi film directors of Mumbai come. These festivals are usually in their films, which in this region great celebration, such as Ganesh Chaturthi. Previous film directors came from the north, where a prominent festival is Divali.

However, the few songs that were composed for Divali, are songs that are memorable because they are a clear mark in the movies. The two most memorable songs are perhaps ai A Divali, Divali stroke, composed by Naushad for the film, and Rattan Divali Ghar Ghar mein hai, mere Ghar mein andhera of the film Kismet.
Another famous song is Deepawali manayen suhani, mere Sai haaton ke ke pani mein jadoo of the movie Shirdi Ke Saibaba. Chote chote nanhe Munn pyaare pyaare re, taken by Dharmendra in the film Jugnu is a happy song sung to children during Divali scene in the movie. The most romantic song Divali is perhaps Laakon taare, aasman ... mein dekh ke duniya ke divali, Meera dil jala chupchaap of the film Aur Raasta. This song was a direct hit.

On behalf of Indian Feelings I wish you all a musical h Divali again.

Avinash Ishwardat

Source: The Times of India
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