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Shemaroo Entertainment brings back the Golden Era of Nimmiji

Superhit songs of veteran actress Nimmiji launched on Shemaroo Entertainment’s Filmi Gaane YouTube

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MUMBAI: Shemaroo Entertainment’s retro music channel Filmi Gaane launched a compilation of 35 songs of 1950’s veteran actress Nimmi by the name “SUPERHITS OF NIMMI - The Vintage Beauty”. The actress of Bollywood’s Golden era, Nimmiji, herself launched the compilation at her residence. The compilation includes 35 songs from her notable 1950’s films like Barsaat, Aan, Uran Khatola, Daag, Amar, Deedar, Bhai Bhai, Sazaa and many more famous Bollywood movies.

While watching the compilation of her songs, the 85-year-old actress went down the memory lane of her unforgettable journey and thanked Shemaroo Entertainment for releasing it on its YouTube Channel Filmi Gaane. Popular songs like “Jiya Beqaraar Hai Chhayee Bahar Hai” from Barsaat, “Tum Na Jaane Kis Jahan Mein Kho Gaye” from Sazaa, “Hamare Dil Se Na Jaana” from Uran Khatola and many more are included in the 2 hours long audio-visual compilation. The recently-launched compilation has already garnered over 1.6 lakh views. Shemaroo Entertainment’s YouTube channel, Filmi Gaane, has always strived to keep the magic of retro music alive and has created several other interesting compilations launched by celebrities like Khayyam, Anandji (Kalyanji Anandji fame), Bappi Lahiri, Sameer & Mohd. Aziz.

Shemaroo Entertainment’s YouTube channel, Filmi Gaane, is a popular destination for listeners of Bollywood Music with a subscriber base of over 16 Million. It is a one stop destination for all the chart buster songs from super-hit Bollywood movies right from “Mughal-E-Azam’ & ‘Sangam’ to ‘Don’ & ‘Namak Halal’ to ‘Dil’, ‘Beta’, ‘Jaanwar’ & ‘Andaaz’, it encompasses the best of all decades. The compilation of Nimmiji’s songs can be viewed on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5rAUA5N0mQk

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