Dharmendra and Music

1) From among the below, who has sung the maximum songs for Dharmendra?
a) Mukesh
b) Kishore Kumar
c) Mohammed Rafi
d) Mahendra Kapoor

2) Who’s the Music Director who scored the music for the maximum number of Dharmendra movies?
a) Laxmikant-Pyarelal
b) Rahul Dev Burman
c) Kalyanji-Anandji
d) Bappi Lahiri

3) Khayyam has scored music for only two Dharmendra movies to date. ‘Razia Sultan’ (1983) is one. Name the second one.
a) Shola Aur Shabnam
b) Neela Akash
c) Pooja Ke Phool
d) Jaani Dost

4) Who made their debut as music directors in a Dharmendra movie?
a) Nadeem-Shravan
b) Sonik-Omi
c) Laxmikant-Pyarelal
d) Anand-Milind

5) In which movie did Kishore Kumar first playback for Dharmendra?
a) Ganga Ki Lehren
b) Naya Zamana
c) Tum Haseen Main Jawan
d) Do Chor

6) Which singer made his debut in a Dharmendra movie?
(Hint: Dharmendra was the film producer)
a) Mohammed Aziz
b) Kumar Sanu
c) Udit Narayan
d) Shabbir Kumar

7) Dharmendra has lip synched to a female playback singer for a movie. Name the movie.
a) Khel Khiladi Ka
b) Kaatilon Ke Kaatil
c) Khatron Ke Khiladi
d) Kahani Kismat Ki

8.) S. P. Balasubramaniam has done playback singing for Dharmendra in which movie?
a) Kasam Suhaag Ki
b) Sachai Ki Taaqat
c) Hukumat
d) Aag Hi Aag

9) Who has scored the music for Dharmendra-Asha Parekh starrer Shikar (1968)?
a) Salil Chaudhary
b) S. D. Burman
c) Shankar-Jaikishen
d) Roshan

10) Which of the below music directors has never worked in a Dharmendra movie?
a) Shankar-Ganesh
b) O. P. Nayyar
c) Madan Mohan
d) Salil Chaudhary

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5 Responses to Dharmendra and Music

  1. gbk says:

    This is quite hard, but let me try:
    1- It has to be Mohammed Rafi
    2-RD Burman. Bappi Lahiri became more predominant during his later films from the late 80s through the 90s.
    3- Shola aur Shabnam
    4- Anand-Milind
    5- Tum Haseen main Jawan
    6- Udit Narayan
    7- Khel Khiladi Kha
    8- Hukumat
    9- S.D Burman
    10- should obviously be Salil Choudhary or could it be Shankar-Ganesh..

    I think I should deserve a pass mark here??

  2. dharamgaram says:

    @gbk – You have just missed the pass marks as I can see only three correct answers here (assuming 35% is the cut-off). But it is a good try.

    Will wait for a few more days before I post the correct answers.

    • gbk says:

      Yes boss, I will be waiting. Great work you are doing here for this Great Legend!!! Dharmendra truly rooooocks…

      Happpy Belated Birthday to our good ‘ol Dharampaaji!!!..

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  4. dharamgaram says:

    1) Mohammed Rafi has sung the maximum number of songs for Dharmendra from among the group.

    2) Laxmikant-Pyarelal – who has scored music to 70+ movies of Dharmendra (yes!)

    3) Shola Aur Shabnam is the second Dharam-starrer which has music composed by Khayyam.

    4) Sonik-Omi – who made their debut with Dil Ne Phir Yaad Kiya (1966)

    5) Tum Haseen Main Jawan (1970) – Kishore Kumar sung the song ‘Munne Ki Amma’ for Dharmendra for the first time. In the earlier movie, Ganga Ki Lehren (1964), they did appear together, but Kishore did not playback for Dharmendra.

    6) Shabbir Kumar – who debuted as a playback singer with Betaab (1983)

    7) Kaatilon Ke Kaatil – in which Dharmendra was dressed up as a female for a song. Zeenat Aman lip synched for Kishore Kumar in this song (‘Khule Baazaar’)

    8.) S. P. Balasubramaniam has done playback singing for Dharmendra in Sachai Ki Taaqat (1989)

    9) Shankar-Jaikishen has scored the music for Dharmendra-Asha Parekh starrer Shikar (1968)

    10) Shankar-Ganesh has never worked in a Dharmendra movie. Among the others O. P. Nayyar has scored music for Mohabbat Zindagi Hai (1966) and Baharein Phir Bhi Aayegi (1966). Salil Chaudhary has scored music for Chand Aur suraj (1965) and Madan Mohan has scored the music for so many Dharmendra movies. Notable amongst them are Anpadh (1962), Aap Ki Parchaiyan (1964) and Neela Aakash (1965) among others.

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