Binaca Geetmala 1974

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Binaca Geetmala 1974 was a part of Radio Show that started ranking Bollywood songs every week as well as annually. The show Geetmala was sponsored by Binaca (Tooth Paste) and thus it is called Binaca Geetmala. The first Binca Geetmala Show was aired, in the year 1952, on Radio Ceylon, the oldest radio station in the Asia, and it lasted in the year 1988.

After 1988, the show was shifted to Vividh Bharati of All India Radio and proceeded until 1994. The show also broadcast the annual list of Binaca Geetmala from 1953 to 1993.

Here is the list of annual list of songs aired in the Binaca Geetmala-1974.

List of Most Popular Songs of 1974

RankSongFilmSingerMusicLyricistCast
33Jhoom Barabar Jhoom Sharbi5 Rifles (1974)Aziz NazanAziz NazanNaza SholapuriI.S. Johar
32Baith Ja Baith GayiAmir Garib (1974)Lata MangeshkarLaxmikant-PyarelalAnand BakshiHema Malini
Kishore KumarDev Anand
31Yaadon Ki Baarat (Title Song)Yaadon Ki Baarat (1973)Kishore KumarR.D. BurmanMajrooh SultanpuriDharmendra
Mohammed RafiVijay Arora
Tariq
30Saala Main To Saahab Ban GayaSagina (1974)Kishore KumarSachin Dev BurmanMajrooh SultanpuriDilip Kumar
Pankaj MitraOm Prakash
29Waada Kar Le SaajnaHaath Ki Safai (1974)Lata MangeshkarKalyanji-AnandjiGulshan BawraVinod Khanna
Mohammed RafiSimi Garewal
28Aaya Hoon Main Tujh KoManoranjan (1974)Kishore KumarRahul Dev BurmanAnand BakshiZeenat Aman
Asha BhosleSanjeev Kumar
27Chup Chup Chup Kyon Baithe HoHamrahi (1794)Mohammed RafiKalyanji-AnandjiJan Nisar AkhtarRandhir Kapoor
Tanuja
26Daal Roti Khao Prabhu Ke Gun GaoJwara Bhata (1973)Kishore KumarLaxmikant-PyarelalRajendra KrishanDharmendra
Lata MangeshkarSaira Banu
25Gham Ka Fasaana Ban Gaya AchchhaManchali (1974)Kishore KumarLaxmikant-PyarelalAnand BakshiSanjeev Kumar
Leena Chandravarkar
24O Manchali Kahaan ChaliManchali (1974)Kishore KumarLaxmikant-PyarelalAnand BakshiLeena Chandravarkar
Leena Chandravarkar
23Tu Ru Ruru Ruru Tera Mera Pyar ShuruJwara Bhata (1973)Kishore KumarLaxmikant-PyarelalRajendra KrishanDharmendra
Saira Banu
22Shor Mach Gaya Shor Dekho Aaya Maakhan ChorBadla (1974)Kishore KumarLaxmikant-PyarelalAnand BakshiShatrughan Sinha
Bhagwan Dada
21Jheel Ke Us Paar (Title Song)Jheel Ke Us Paar (1973)Lata MangeshkarRahul Dev BurmanAnand BakshiMumtaz
Lata MangeshkarDharmendra
20Aap Ke Kamre Me Koi Rehta HaiYaadon Ki Baarat (1973)Kishore KumarRahul Dev BurmanMajrooh SultanpuriVijay Arora
Asha BhosleZeenat Aman
Rahul Dev BurmanTariq
19Ek Daal Par Tota Bole Ek Daal Par MainaChor Machaye Shor (1974)Mohammed RafiRavindra JainIndrajeet Singh TulsiMumtaz
Lata MangeshkarShashi
18Nadiya Se Dariya Dariya Se SaagarNamak Haram (1973)Kishore KumarRahul Dev BurmanAnand BakshiRajesh Khanna
Rekha
17Karwaten Badaltate Rahe Saari Raat HumAap Ki Kasam (1974)Kishore KumarRahul Dev BurmanAnand BakshiRajesh Khanna
Lata MangeshkarMumtaz
16Meet Na Mila Re Man KaAbhimaan (1973)Kishore KumarSachin Dev BurmanMajrooh SultanpuriAmitabh Bachchan
Asrani
15Raaz Ki Baat Kah Doon To Jaane Mehfilm Me Phir Kya HoDharma (1973)Asha BhosleSonik-OmiVerma MalikRekha
Mohammed RafiPran
14Panna Ki Tamanna Hai Ki Heera Use Mil JaayeHeera Panna (1973)Lata MangeshkarRahul Dev BurmanAnand BakshiZeenat Aman
Kishore KumarDev Anand
13Ye Dil Aur Un Ki Nigaahone Ke SaayePrem Parvat (1973)Lata MangeshkarJaidevJan Nisar AkhtarRehana Sultan
Nana Palishkar
12Main Shayar To NahiBobby (1973)Shailendra SinghLaxmikant-PyarelalAnand BakshiRishi Kapoor
Dimple Kapadia
11Chura Liya Hai Tumne Jo Dil KoYaadon Ki Baarat (1973)Asha BhosleR.D. BurmanMajrooh SultanpuriZeenat Aman
Mohammed RafiVijay Arora
10Teri Galiyon Me Na Rakhenge KadamHawas (1974)Mohammed RafiUsha KhannaSawan KumarAnil Dhawan
Bhupinder SinghNeetu Singh
9Ye Laal Rang Ab Mujhe ChhodegaPrem Nagar (1974)Kishore KumarSachin Dev BurmanAnand BakshiRajesh Khanna
Hema Malini
8Le Jaayenge Le Jaayenge Dilwale Dulhaniya Le JaayengeChor Machaye Shor (1974)Kishore KumarRavindra JainIndrajeet Singh TulsiShashi Kapoor
Asha BhosleMumtaz
7Peete Peete Kabhi Kabhi Yoon Jaam Badal Jaate HainBairag (1976)Mohammed RafiKalyanji-AnandjiAnand BakshiDilip Kumar
Asha BhosleLeena Chandravarkar
6Peene Waalon Ko Peene Ka Bahana ChahiyeHaath Ki Safai (1974)Kishore KumarKalyanji-AnandjiGulshan BawraRandhirKapoor
Hema Malini
5Are Rafta Rafta Dekho Aankh Meri Ladi HaiKahani Kismat Ki (1973)Kishore KumarKalyanji-AnandjiRajendra KrishanDharmendra
Rekha
4Gaadi Bula Rahi Hai Seeti Bana Rahi HaiDost (1974)Kishore KumarLaxmikant-PyarelalAnand BakshiDharmendra
3Jhooth Bole Kauva KaateBobby (1973)Lata MangeshkarLaxmikant-PyarelalVithalbhai PatelRishi Kapoor
Shailendra SinghDimple Kapadia
2Jai Jai Shiv Shankar Kaanta Lage Na KankarAap Ki Kasam (1974)Kishore KumarR. D BurmanAnand BakshiRajesh Khanna
Lata MangeshkarMumtaz
1Mera Jeewan Kora KaagazKora Kagaz (1974)Kishore KumarKalyanji-AnandjiM.G. HashmatJaya Bhaduri
Chetan Anand

1974 Binaca Geetmala Highlights

  • Out of top ten songs, four songs were penned by Anand Bakshi. The rest of the six songs were written by M.G. Hashmat, Vithalbhai Patel, Rajendra Krishan, Gulshan Bawra, Indrajeet Singh Tulsi and Saawan Kumar by one each.
  • Out of these top ten songs, four songs each were composed by Kalyanji-Anandji and two songs were composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal. The rest of the four songs were composed by Sachin Dev Burman, Rahul Dev Burman, Usha Khanna and Ravinda Jain by one each.

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About Binaca Geetmala

Binca Geetmala was the very first show of its kind that ranked Bollywood Songs and thus gained unbelievable popularity in India.

Ameen Sayani presented the show from its first aired to the last one and created an unbelievable record.

At its beginning in 1952, the program didn’t rank melodies, but instead played seven contemporary tunes in no specific request. Afterward, the program began positioning the most famous Hindi film tunes. The melodies were at first positioned by a mix of the quantity of records sold in India and audience votes. Fame was checked by record deals, decisions from record storekeepers, and prevalence among the shrota-sanghs or ‘audience members clubs’. Every week, the shrota-sanghs would send the radio broadcast their rundown of mainstream tunes. The clubs were shaped in light of the fact that it was workable for a record to be sold out at stores and in spite of the fact that there was interest to purchase more, the interest would not appear in record deals

The year-end records were accumulated dependent on focuses procured by melodies as the year progressed. Somewhere in the range of 1966 and 1970 there would once in a while be no focuses on the week after week broadcast, yet the year-end show would be founded on point framework.

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