The birth of the Indian film song may be traced to the advent of India’s first sound motion picture in 1931.  This film was entitled “Alam Ara” and heralded in a new era in Indian motion pictures.  At the same time, it sewed the seeds for a new musical genre. The early years of this industry were very fruitful.  Between 1931 and 1940 India produced 931 Hindi feature films with an average of 10 songs per films.  The numbers for the regional films from Madras and Calcutta, were much lower, but the orientation towards music was similarSongs are usually not considered part of the film’s score,[2] although songs do also form part of the film’s soundtrack. Although some songs,


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