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- The birth of the Indian film song may be traced to the advent of India’s first sound motion picture in 1931. Between 1931 and 1940, India produced 931 Hindi feature films with an average of 10 songs per film. The numbers for the regional films were much lower, but the orientation towards music was similar.
- In the 1930s, many of the original actors and actresses sang their own songs. Many times, actors were chosen specifically for their singing abilities, such as Bal Gandharva and Baburao Pendharkar. There was no concept of a ‘playback singer’ at that time. Songs had to be recorded along with the shooting.
- The entire orchestra used to be present at the shooting. Noorjahan, Suraiya, Surendra, Ashok Kumar, M.S. Subbalakshmi and K.L. Sehgal were all actors and actresses who could sing well. Noted music directors of the time were Pankaj Mullick, Keshavrao Bhole, and Anil Biswas.
- In the 1940s and 1950s, the business began to shift away from the big motion picture studios to independent producers. New musicians and music directors emerged. The distribution networks began to rely heavily on a certain number of songs, number of dances, etc.
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