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Chhota sa fasaana hai tere mere pyaar ka

Posted on: March 24, 2012


Regulars of this blog may be wondering why I have discussed only one post today and then nothing ! The reason is, today my wife has all the time to supervise over me and sitting at the computer is proving out to be difficult for me. I somehow managed to post one writeup today when she was not looking. Now it is afternoon and she has gone out for her favourite pastime, viz shopping. I refuse to have anything to do with shopping so I have dropped her (and the daughter) to a shopping complex and come back. Assuming that they will be there for three hours, I need to make the most of these three hours to make up for lost time. :)

Here is a Lata-Rafi duet from a movie called “Birha Ki Raat” (1950). With this song, “Birha Ki Raat” (1950) makes its debut in this blog. When I look up, I find that this movie was a Noble Art presentation. It was directed by Jagirdar. The movie had Dev Anand, Nargis, Om Prakash, Snehprabha, Jagirdar, Madan Puri etc in it.

From the strarcast, it appears that the song is picturised on Nargis and Dev Anand. It is quite a rare pairing in Hindi movies. This was perhaps the only occasion when the two were paired together in a Hindi movie.

That is not the only unusual thing about this movie. The lyrics of this song were sent to me by Raja but without the write up on the plea that he knew nothing about this movie. Raja at a loss for words is something like Sheikh Mukhtar insisting on lipsyncing songs in his movies ! Highly unlikely :). Well, Sheikh Mukhtar has sung in Hindi movies on rare occasions, so such rare things do happen. :)

So here is this song, which is written by Sarshar Sailaani and composed by Husnlal Bhagatram.

PS-Since my wife and daughter are away, the responsibility of taking care of the three pets is on me. After giving me some hard time, now the three of them are taking afternoon naps and I have been left alone. So hopefully I will be able to make the most of the time that I have at my disposal.


Song-Chhota sa fasaana hai tere mere pyaar ka (Birha Ki Raat) (1950) Singers-Lata, Rafi, Lyrics- Sarshar Sailaani, MD-Husnlal Bhagatram
Lata + Rafi

Lyrics(Provided by Raja)

Chhota sa fasaana hai,
tere mere pyaar ka
ho tere mere pyaar ka
chhota sa fasaana hai,
tere mere pyaar ka
Ho tere mere pyaar ka
aur hi taraana hai,
tere mere pyaar ka
ho tere mere pyaar ka
aur hi taraana hai,
tere mere pyaar ka
ho tere mere pyaar ka
chhota sa fasaana hai,
tere mere pyaar ka
ho tere mere pyaar ka

o o o
ye kisne chupke chupke mujhe beqaraar kar diya

ye kisne chori chori mere dil pe vaar kar diya
ye kisne chupke chupke mujhe beqaraar kar diya
ye kisne chori chori mere dil pe vaar kar diya
maze ki baat dekhiye ki dil mera nishaana hai
dil mera nishaana hai

chhotasa fasaana hai,
tere mere pyaar ka
ho tere mere pyaar ka
chhota sa fasaana hai,
tere mere pyaar ka
ho tere mere pyaar ka

o o o
yunh hi badal na jaaye kahin dil mere huzoor ka
dil mere huzoor ka
kahin qasoor ban na jaaye pyar beqasoor ka
yunh hi badal na jaaye kahin dil mere huzoor ka
kahin qasoor ban na jaaye pyar beqasoor ka
pukaarta hai dil mera ki tu hai to zamaana hai
tu hai to zamaana hai

chhotasa fasaana hai,
tere mere pyaar ka
ho tere mere pyaar ka
chhota sa fasaana hai,
tere mere pyaar ka
ho tere mere pyaar ka
Aur hi taraana hai,
tere mere pyaar ka
ho tere mere pyar ka
chhotasa fasaana hai,
tere mere pyaar ka
ho tere mere pyaar ka

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10 Responses to "Chhota sa fasaana hai tere mere pyaar ka"

Ha ha, what a fun write-up! Now you know why I did not write up this song. I really know nothing about it – just happened to come across it on youtube and immediately fell in love with it. It is my new favourite song – let’s see how long it remains before it gets replaced by another. :-)

Now I am waiting for Arunji or Sudhirji or Kamathji to give us more info about this movie. This is the first I’m hearing of this movie. Dev-Nargis was indeed a rare combo, considering both were stars through the 50s. Maybe there is a story there too?

We need to get your wife to read this piece. Although, I think both of you get to do what you want – she gets to do her shopping, you get to do your blogging – so both are happy. :-)

Hey Atul, I’ve got an idea – how about getting your wife to write a guest post? ;-) Any suggestions what song it could be? ;-)

she will make me ghostwrite it, if she has to write a guest post.

Atul,
Now I see more coincidences linked to this song and the write up.

My wife who had been observing me with some resentment that I am glued to my laptop almost whole day, commanded today that I will have to make a visit to Fort area with her list to buy some items which had been pending for long. The positive side of this visit was that I took opportunity to buy some VCDs/DVDs of old Hindi films. The negative side is that since I was out for most of the day, It is late for me to sit for writing article for tomorrow’s discussion in your blog. I am hopeful that I would be able to resume sending articles from tomorrow.

Now regarding the song. This is my one of the favorite songs from HB baton. I had earmarked this song for a write-up. But I was also faced with the same problem as Raja explained – getting details about this film. So I went on postponing it. So delayed ‘justice’ to this song has now been set right by Raja sending the lyrics followed by your write-up.

Atul ji,Raja ji,

BIRHA KI RAAT-1950 was Noble art prodn. It was produced by J.N.Sharma and directed by Gajanan Jahagirdar.The story,screenplay and dialogues were by Inder Raj Anand,MD was Husnlal Bhagatram and lyrics were by Sarashar Sailani-whose real name was Bhimsen.
Birha ki Raat was NOT the only film of Nargis and Dev Anand.They also came together in another film in 1950 KHEL,directed by S.M.Nawab.
In one of the interviews,Dev Anand said this-
” When I did these 2 films with Nargis,they were abysmal failures.No matter how tunefullyNargis asked the audience to stay,by Interval the Theatres were empty”
No wonder they never came together again !
Dev Anand had tremendous respect for Snehprabha Pradhan,and he pleaded with Gajanan Jahagirdar to get her in the film(Birha ki Raat),thus fulfilling Dev’s dream to act with her.
I had not seen this film and despite my efforts I am unable,at the moment atleast,to comment on the film.
-AD

Atul ji,

Good one :D :D

Raja ji at loss of words – and Sheikh Mukhtar singing on screen. As they say, wonders doth never cease. :D :D

Rgds
Sudhir

Shaikh Mukhtar did sing 2 songs in a film.
Film-Bahen-1941
MD-Anil Biswas
Songs- 1) a duet with Nalini jayawant-‘Nahin khate hai bhaiya mere paan’
2) a duet with Nalini Jayawant-‘Aayee jawani,jiya laharaye.
-AD

Arun ji,
Thanks for this info.

And also, he has sung a duet with Sanjeev Kumar in the film ‘Nishaan’ (1965) – “Humkadam Humsafar Humnasheen Humzubaan”. This song is already posted on the blog at http://atulsongaday.wordpress.com/2010/12/17/hamkadam-hamsafar-hamnasheen/.

Rgds
Sudhir

Sudhir ji,
Thanks for this info,which is new to me.
-AD

Sudhir ji,
I saw the VDO of the song.In the song Shaikh Mukhtar has lipsynched,but the voice is NOT his.
In the songs of Bahen-1941,the voice is also of Shaikh mukhtar.
-AD

Arun ji,

OK, yes you are right. In the Nishaan song I mentioned, he has lipsynched, the voice is not his own. The distinction is important, and the songs of ‘Bahen’ that you have listed, should be unique in that sense.

Thanks for the clarification. :)

Rgds
Sudhir

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