Synonyms for pagdhare or Related words with pagdhare
Examples of "pagdhare"
In 14 August 1942 there was an uprising in Palghar, in which Kashinath Hari
, Govind Ganesh Thakur, Ramchandra Bhimashankar Tiwari, Ramchandra Mahadev Churi, and Sukur Govind More were martyrs. The main circle of Palghar is known as "Paachbatti" ( Meaning ' five lights ' ) in honor of these martyrs.
Marriage put a temporary halt to her singing career with regard to films as she stopped doing stage shows, which promptly dried up the offers for playback. Her last song as Sushma Shreshtha was in N.Chandra's "Ankush": "Itni Shakti Humein Dena Data" (along with main singer Pushpa
– in Hindi movie Ankush filmed on Ashalata Wabgaonkar, Nana Patekar, Suhas Palshikar and others). Jingles took her attention where the professionalism made her settle to a steady work schedule.
She went on to sing a few songs each for music directors of Hindi cinema, including Chitragupta, Naushad (a classical song in Pakeezah (1972) and a duet with Asha Bhosle in "Aaina" (1977)), Madan Mohan (a duet with Kishore Kumar in the film "Ek Mutthi Aasmaan"), O.P. Nayyar (several songs from the film "Khoon Ka Badla Khoon" including duets with Mohammed Rafi and also with Uttara Kelkar and Pushpa
), R. D. Burman (a duet with Mukesh in "Chhalia"), Kalyanji Anandji, Laxmikant Pyarelal, and Jaidev (a duet with Manna Dey in Parinay and a solo in Solwa Saawan). Her songs in "Meera" (1979), composed by Pandit Ravi Shankar, won her the Filmfare Award. Around 1974, she shifted her base to Madras and soon became a sought-after singer in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam cinema. In 1981, she sang "Kanana Poikayil Kalabham" along with K. J. Yesudas in the composition of M. K. Arjunan for the film "Ariyapedatha Rahasiyam" (1981) directed by P. Venu.She worked with almost all the leading music directors of south namely M. S. Viswanathan, M. B. Sreenivasan, K. V. Mahadevan, M. K. Arjunan, Jerry Amaldev Ilayaraaja and the noted Bengali music directorSalil Chowdhary. With the future Academy award winner, A. R. Rahman, she recorded a duet with S. P. Balasubramanyam in the song "Sugam sugam athu" for the film "Vandicholai Chinnarasu" in 1994.
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