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P.L. Santoshi

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Pyarelal Santoshi (alternately credited as P.L. Santoshi) (1916–1978),was a producer, director, writer and lyricist in Hindi films. He was born Pyarelal Srivastava on August 16, 1916 in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. “Aana Meri Jaan Meri Jaan Sunday Ke Sunday” (“Shehnai”, 1947) and “O Neend Na Mujhko Aaye” (“Post Box 999”, 1958) are among his most popular songs. He wrote lyrics for over 50 films in a career spanning four decades. P.L. Santoshi"s son Rajkumar Santoshi is an acclaimed Hindi film producer and director himself. Films : Director : 1968 Roop Rupaiya 1964 Qawwali Ki Raat (as Durgesh-Santosh) 1963 Dil Hi To Hai 1963 Holiday in Bombay 1961 Opera House 1961 Pyaar Ki Dastan 1960 Barsaat Ki Raat 1960 Nai Maa 1959 Pehli Raat 1957 Garma Garam 1957 Hum Panchhi Ek Daal Ke (as Santoshi) 1955 Ha Ha Hee Hee Ho Ho 1955 Sabse Bada Rupaiya 1953 Chalis Baba Ek Chor 1952 Chham Chhama Chham 1952 Shin Shinaki Boobla Boo 1950 Apni Chhaya 1950 Sargam 1948 Khidki 1947 Shehnai 1946 Hum Ek Hain Writer : 1976 Sita Swayamvar (lyrics) 1976 Yashoda Krishna (lyricist) 1973 Saudagar (dialogue) 1970 Man Ki Aankhen (additional dialogue) 1960 Barsaat Ki Raat (screenplay) 1958 Post Box 999 (dialogue) / (screenplay) 1957 Hum Panchhi Ek Daal Ke (dialogue - as Santoshi) 1950 Apni Chhaya 1950 Nirala (story & dialogue - as Santoshi) 1948 Khidki 1948 Vidya (idea - as Santoshi) 1947 Shehnai 1942 Station Master 1941 Jhoola (dialogue) / (screenplay) Music Department : 1968 Haye Mera Dil (lyricist) 1963 Holiday in Bombay (lyricist) 1959 Madari (lyricist) 1958 Post Box 999 (lyricist) 1957 Dushman (lyricist) 1957 Hum Panchhi Ek Daal Ke (lyricist - as Santoshi) 1953 Teen Batti Char Raasta (lyricist) 1950 Nirala (lyricist - as Santoshi) 1950 Sargam (lyricist) Soundtrack : 1976 Sita Swayamvar : "Vishnum Jishnum Maha Vishnum" (shlok), "Sita Ram Charit Ati Pawan", "Sudha Lakshmi Moksha Lakshmi Jai Lakshmi Saraswati", "Khele Ram Lala Dashrath Angna Khele Ram", "Kahan Gayi Khel Rahi Thi Abhi Yeh Par", "Siya Raam Ke Milan Ka Saadhan", "Aao Ri Sakhi Karey Sita Singarwa", "Pehla Bantaa Mera Duja Bantaa Bhaiyya Ka", "Khelat Sang Sakhiyan Ke", "Aao Sakhiyon Gendawaa Khele", "Jaao Mere Laal Umar Meri Lage Tumhe", "Shyama Gaurasundara Dou Bhai", "Kausalya Supraja Rama Purva Sandhya" (shlok), "Maha Vishnu Ki Katha Badey Dhyan Se Suno", "Jogiya Jogi Re Jogi Tera Jog Adhura Re Jogi", "Raghukula Alankar Raam Shri Rastu" (shlok), "Kathin Tapasya Ki Bhagirath Ne Karne", "Tere Charnan Ki Balihari Re Raam", "Sita Ki Bagiya Mein Aayi Bahaar", "Baaje Re Aaj Badhai In Janakpuri Mein Baje Badhhaiyyan", "Sita Ram Charit Ati Pawan" (Reprise) 1958 Post Box 999 "O Neend Na Mujhko Aaye", "Koi Aa Jaaye Bigdi Taqdeer Ban Jaaye", "Main To Giri Re Giri Re", "Mere Dil Mein Hai Ek Baat" 1957 Hum Panchhi Ek Daal Ke "Lo Chip Gaya Chand, Bahe Hawa Mand Mand", "Ek Se Bhale Do, Do Se Bhale Char", "Hum Panchhi Ek Daal Ke", "Suno Suno Re Kahani", "Hum Panchhi Ek Daal Ke (male)", "Pooja Ke Do Phool Chadakar", "Bachhe Hai" - as Santoshi 1951 Nadaan - "Aa Teri Tasveer Bana Loon" 1950 Nirala "Tooti Footi Gadi", "Chandni Raat Mein Jaane Kya Baat Hai", "Kehne Wale Sach Keh Gaye Hain", "Mera Dil Hai Nikatu", "Mohabbat Meri Rang Lane Lagi Hai", "Aisi Mohabbat Se Hum Baaz Aaye", "Dil Mein Kisika Rehna Ho To Kiski Ijaazat Chahiye?", "Mehfil Mein Jal Uthi Shama Parwane Ke Liye", "Majboor Meri Aankhen, Barbaad Mera Dil Hai". 1950 Sargam "Woh Humse Chup Hain", "Sabse Bhala Rupaiya" (Part I & II), "Koi Kisi Ka Diwana", "Budha Hai Ghoda", "Tinak Tin Tana", "Chhed Sakhi Sargam", "Yaar Vai Vai" (Part I & II)) Producer : 1950 Apni Chhaya (producer) 1948 Khidki (producer)
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