Kishore Kumar Rare Gem’s – Vol. 1 – SH0011 – LP Record


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Kishore Kumar Rare Gem’s – Vol. 1 – SH0011 – LP Record
Kishore Kumar (4 August 1929 – 13 October 1987), born Abhas Kumar Kanjilal Ganguly was an Indian film playback singer and an actor who also worked as lyricist, composer, producer, director, screenwriter and scriptwriter. Kishore Kumar sang in many Indian languages including Bengali, Hindi, Marathi, Assamese, Gujarati, Kannada, Bhojpuri, Malayalam and Oriya. He won 8 Filmfare Awards for Best Male Playback Singer and holds the record for most number of   Filmfare Awards won in that category. He was awarded the “Lata Mangeshkar Award” by the Madhya Pradesh government and from that year onwards, the Madhya Pradesh Government initiated a new award called the “Kishore Kumar Award” for contributions to Hindi cinema.Kishore Kumar was born into the Ganguly family in Khandwa, Central Provinces and Berar (now in Madhya Pradesh) as Abhas Kumar Ganguly.1 His father Kanjilal Ganguly (Gangopadhya) was a lawyer. His mother Gouri Devi came from a wealthy Bengali family. Kishore was the youngest of four siblings, the other three being Ashok Kumar (the eldest), Sati Devi, and Anoop Kumar. The composer Bappi Lahiri is also related to Kishore Kumar on his mother’s side.While Kishore was still a child, Ashok Kumar became a Bollywood actor. (Later, Anoop Kumar also ventured into cinema with the help of Ashok Kumar). Spending time with his brothers, Kishore also started to take a keen interest in movies and music. He became a fan of singer-actor Kundan Lal Saigal, whom he considered his guru, and tried to follow Saigal’s singing style.After Ashok Kumar became a Bollywood star, the Ganguly family used to visit Bombay regularly. Abhas Kumar changed his name to Kishore Kumar and started his cinema career as a chorus singer at Bombay Talkies, where his brother worked. Kishore Kumar’s first film as an actor was Shikari (1946), in which Ashok Kumar played the lead role. Music director Khemchand Prakash gave Kishore Kumar a chance to sing “Marne ki duayen kyon mangu” for the film Ziddi (1948). After this, Kishore Kumar got many other assignments, but he was not very serious about a film career. In 1949, he decided to settle in Mumbai.
Record Details
Title Kishore Kumar Rare Gem’s – Vol. 1 – SH0011
Singer Kishore Kumar
Music Kalyanji Anandji, Usha Khanna, Manas Mukherjee, Ram Laxman & Hemant Bhosle
Lyric Indiwar, Asad Bhopali, Pandit Vidya Sagar, Ravindra Rawal, Anand Bakshi & Majrooh Sultanpuri
Genre Film Hits
Language Hindi
Label Universal
Releasing Year 2018
Made In India
Manufacture Universal Music Group
Serial No. SH0011
Side One
·         Tere Vishal Hriday Ne – (Film: Manavta) Kishore Kumar
·         Tu Pyar Pe Mere – (Film: Manavta) Kishore Kumar
·         Khule-Khule Narm Narm – (Film: Gumrah) Kishore Kumar
·         Hath Chhuda Ke – (Film: Gumrah) Kishore Kumar
·         Kine-Kine Jaeen – (Bhojpuri Film: Sabahi Nachaawat Ram Gossain) Kishore Kumar
Side Two
·         Sab Se Nirala – (Film: Agent Vinod) Kishore Kumar
·         Mauj Dhoonde Kinara – (Film: Bhula Bhatka) Kishore Kumar
·         Jeevan Mein Humsafar (Film: Taxi-Taxi) Kishore Kumar
·         Uri Gayelee – (Bhojpuri Film: Sabahi Nachaawat Ram Gossain) Kishore Kumar
Size 12 Inches
Speed 33 RPM
Record Condition Mint
Cover Condition Mint



Additional information

Weight 0.35 g
Dimensions 33 × 33 × 2.54 cm

Kishore Kumar


Hemant Bhosle, Kalyanji Anandji, Manas Mukherjee, Ram Laxman, Usha Khanna



Releasing year







Film Hits


12 Inches


33 RPM

Records condition

Mint – New Release


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