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00:31 Sare Shaher Mein Aap Sa Koi Nahi (Bairaag)
04:12 Dheere Dheere Bol Koi Sun Na Le (Gora Aur Kala)
08:10 Peete Peete Kabhi Kabhi (Bairaag)
12:58 Jiske Sapne Hame Roj Aate Rahe (Geet)
16:23 Mangi Thi Ek Dua (Shakti)
20:21 Mere Mitwa Mere Meet Re (Geet)
23:44 O Shankar Mere Kab Honge Darshan Tere (Bairaag)
28:07 Ek Na Ek Din Ye Kahani Banegi (Gora Aur Kala)
32:38 Main Bairagi Nachoon Gaoon (Bairaag)
37:24 O Sanam Tere Ho Gaye Hum (Ayee Milan Ki Bela)

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Kumar was born Yusuf Khan to Ayesha Begum and Lala Ghulam Sarwar Ali Khan, one of 12 children, on 11 December 1922 at home in the Qissa Khawani Bazaar area of Peshawar, British India (modern-day Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan). His father was a landlord and fruit merchant who owned orchards in Peshawar and Deolali. Mohammad Yusuf Khan was schooled at Barnes School, Deolali, Nashik. He grew up in the same religiously mixed neighbourhood as Raj Kapoor, his childhood friend, and later his colleague in the film industry. In 1940, while still in his teens and after an altercation with his father, Mohammad Yusuf Khan left home for Pune in Maharashtra. With the help of a Parsi café-owner and an elderly Anglo-Indian couple, Kumar met a canteen contractor. Without letting on his family antecedents, he got the job on the merit of his knowledge of good written and spoken English. He set up a sandwich stall at the army club and when the contract ended, he headed home to Mumbai, having saved Rs. 5000.

Rajendra Kumar's family was based in Punjab, Pakistan former British India. His grandfather was a successful military contractor and his father had a textile business in Karachi, Sindh, British India. During the Partition of India, the family had to leave all the land and property behind and move to India. When they came to Bombay, Kumar decided to try his luck in the Hindi film industry. He never wanted to be a hero and took up work with director H. S. Rawail as an assistant. For nearly five years, he worked with Rawail as an assistant in films like Patanga, Sagai, Pocketmaar. During this time he made his film debut with a small role in Kidar Sharma's 1950 film Jogan, opposite Dilip Kumar and Nargis. It was producer Devendra Goel who noticed Kumar in Jogan and gave him a break in Vachan in 1955. Kumar was paid only fifteen hundred rupees for the film; however, the film was a hit and was Kumar's first silver jubilee film and he was given a title – 'A star is Born'. He got further success with his supporting role in Mehboob Khan's blockbuster epic film Mother India in 1957 in which he played Nargis's character's son. His first major success as a romantic leading man was in Amit Saxena's musical Goonj Uthi Shehnai (1959), co-starring Ameeta.


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