Blackmail Movie: There have been many superhit, evergreen films in the past. Many romantic songs were composed for them and even today people listen to them with the same love. You must remember the film Blackmail. This film was released on 30 November 1973. Today it has completed 50 years of the film's release. The song 'Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas' from the film is very famous, even today you will find many fans of this song. This song has been sung by Kishore Kumar. This song was released in the 70s. There is a story behind this song of love expressions and confessions which is quite unique. Not just one but many stories are famous from this song.
Kishore Kumar gave his voice to the song
Talking about “Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas Tum Rahti Ho”, this song is from the film Blackmail. This song features superstars Dharmendra and Rakhi. The film has been directed by Vijay Anand. The music of the film was given by Kalyan ji-Anand ji. Lyricist Rajendra Krishna wrote the songs for the film. Talking about the singer, Kishore Kumar once again created magic by singing songs in this film. Let us tell you the story behind this song.
The tune was made within a few moments
Let us tell you that the film's director Vijay Anand was sitting with music composer Anand ji Kalyan. Both of them were talking among themselves about singing in the Blackmail film. This song was none other than “Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas Tum Rahti Ho”. Regarding this song in the film, Vijay Anand believed that it was as if the letters were singing. Actually, it was that in the song, actress Rakhi is reading the letters sent by Dharmendra and the things written in the letters are expressing her feelings through this song. But Anand ji and Kalyan ji seemed a bit confused in the conversation about the song. During a mutual conversation, Vijay Anand told the tune of the song, after which Anand ji also composed the tune of the song within a second. But Rajendra Krishna, who was going to write the song for the film, had no idea about this song.
There was misunderstanding
Anand ji-Kalyan ji and Rajendra Krishna sit together the next day. Vijay Anand said, “Look, I am not a lyricist but I know what dialogues the characters of the film can speak or which songs they can sing.” He further said that there was a misbehavior with him and said, “Last night with Anandji, I came up with the idea and the tune has also been composed on it. Now you decide whether to keep it or not.” At that time, Rajendra Krishna remained silent for 2 hours and said, “Leave the title of the song Goldie the same, I will write further.” After that, Rajendra wrote the remaining parts.
Shot the song without music
The story did not end here, let us tell you that this song could not be recorded from the film and Vijay Anand also went to Ooty for the shooting of the song. But how could shooting take place without songs in that decade? But Goldie was very expert in his work. He thought of an idea and asked Dharmendra to act as if he was singing a song. Similarly, the shooting of the song Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas Tum Rahti Ho was done without recording.