- Mera Naam Chin Chin Chu - Howrah Bridge - Geeta Dutt
- 1956, 1957,1958 - Anari - Lata Mangeshkar & Manna Dey
- Ooi Maa Ooi Maa - Parasmani - Lata Mangeshkar
- Aa Jaane Jaan - Inteqam - Lata Mangeshkar
- O Haseena - Teesri Manzil - Asha Bhonsle, Mohammad Rafi
- Kar Le Pyar - Talaash -Asha Bhosle
- Aai Aai Aa Sukoo Sukoo - Junglee - Mohd RAfi
- Piya Tu Ab To Aaja - Caravan - R.D Burman & Asha Bhonsle
- Aao Na Gale Laga Lo Na - Mere Jeevan Saathi - Asha Bhosle
- O Mungda Mungda - Inkaar - Usha Mangeshkar
- Mehbooba Mehbooba - Sholay - R D Burman
- Yeh Mera Dil - Don - Asha Bhonsle
Tongues on Fire will celebrate the achievements of the legendary Bollywood dancer, Helen, who sizzled her way through many cabaret numbers from the 1950s - 1970s. She continues to impact on the popular imagination and remains an icon at the grand age of 68.
Helen, who is of English and Burmese parentage entered Hindi cinema as a chorus girl, but her first major hit was dancing to the number, Mera Nam Chin Chin Chu for the film, Howrah Bridge, 1958, by O.P. Nayyar. Other memorable songs include Mehbooba from Sholay, Yeh Mera Dil from Don and the classic, Piya Tu Ab To Aa Jaa from Caravan.
According to author Jerry Pinto, Helen is reputed to have performed in over 500 films, and was nick-named "H-Bomb" at the height of her career. Sadly, the role of the 'vamp' as opposed to the 'heroine' diminished in the 70s and the two converged, with the latter having the best "item numbers". Helen retired from screen but has since made guest appearances in several films including the musical, Khamoshi and the film, Mohabbatein.
Tongues on Fire & Sare-gama, plc, have launch a souvenir CD of songs from the hit films of Helen.