Indian music lovers can never forget the names of Amin Sayani and Binaka Geet Mala. There was a time when everyone used to eagerly wait for Geetmala near the radio on Wednesday night at 8 pm. Circulated, found its way into everyday life, movies and jokes. The years of the program’s peak popularity were particularly from the mid-1950s to the early 1970s. Many other musical programs followed. Amin Sayani’s style of addressing sisters and brothers is still regarded as a declaration with a sweet touch. He has produced, conducted (or provided voice-overs) for over 54,000 radio programs and 19,000 spots/jingles since 1951. Anil Bhargava, a dedicated listener and historian of Binaka Geet Mala, wrote that an entire generation had a deep emotional attachment to the program and further said that it is difficult to imagine the kind of emotions and passion that the younger generation would have.