Ashok Kumar Old Classic Hit Songs | अशोक कुमार के पुराने हिट गाने | Bollywood Evergreen Hits
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Ashok Kumar Old Classic Hit Songs | अशोक कुमार के पुराने हिट गाने | Bollywood Evergreen Hits

00:22 Poocho Na Kaise Maine Rain Bitai (Meri Surat Teri Aankhen)
03:39 Rail Gaadi Chhuk Chhuk Chhuk Chhuk (Aashirwad)
05:41 Piya Bawri Piya Bawri (Khubsoorat)
10:36 Do Bechare Bina Sahare (Victoria No. 203)
15:35 Nache Man Mora Magan (Meri Surat Teri Aankhen)
21:39 Kab Tak Bol Gori Aise Sharmayegi (Rakhi)
24:42 Tere Bin Soone Nain Humare (}(Meri Surat Teri Aankhen)
30:45 Rakhi Dhagon Ka Tyohar (Rakhi)
33:46 Masti Jo Teri Aankhon Mein Hai (Ek Se Badhkar Ek)
41:21 Ik Tha Bachpan (Aashirwad)

Kumudlal Ganguly better known by his stage name Ashok Kumar and also fondly called Dadamoni, was an Indian film actor who attained iconic status in Indian cinema and who was a member of the cinematic Ganguly family. He was honoured in 1988 with the Dadasaheb Phalke Award, the highest national award for cinema artists, by the Government of India and also received the Padma Bhushan in 1999 for his contributions to Indian cinema. He is considered to be one of India’s finest actors ever, playing leading, antagonist and character roles with equal panache. He is widely regarded as a pioneering actor who introduced natural acting to Hindi cinema. He was the first superstar of Hindi cinema as well as the first lead actor to play an anti-hero. He also became the first star to reinvent himself, enjoying a long and hugely successful career as a character actor. He is also credited with mentoring several personalities who went on to make significant contributions to Indian cinema. As producer with Bombay Talkies, Ashok Kumar gave Dev Anand his first break in Ziddi (1948), which also established Pran (then a struggling actor who had just fled to India during partition), as one of the leading villains of the era. The 1949 film Mahal, starring Ashok Kumar and made under his watch at Bombay Talkies launched the career of Madhubala, one of the leading actresses of the 1950s. The legendary song “Aayega Aanewala” from Mahal was the turning point in the career of a hitherto little known young singer called Lata Mangeshkar. The distinctive style and mannerisms that Ashok Kumar adopted in his late career still remain extremely popular among mimicry artists.

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