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Ae sakhi raadhike baawri ho gayee

Posted on: August 27, 2012


“Jurmaana” (1979) was produced by Deben Ghosh and directed by Hrishikesh Mukherji. This movie had Amitabh Bachchan, Rakhee, Vinod Mehra, Shreeram Lagoo, A. K. Hangal, Asrani, Farida Jalal, Keshto Mukherjee and Asit Sen etc in it.

I had gone to the mnovie hall with high expectations, but when I watched the movie, I found my mood totally spoiled because of the weepy role played by Shreeram Laagoo who in effect plays the spoilsport and therefore the villain between the hero and the heroine. Shreeram Laagoo blows his top when he finds out that his daughter (Raakhi) is friendly with Amitabh Bachchan. The whole movie as a result degenerated for me as an avoidable waste of time.

As a result, I found myself unable to enjoy the music of this movie too, because for me this movie became indelibly associated with the perpetually melancholic and conservative Shreeram Laagoo.

Now, after the passage of more than three decades, I am gradually trying to get over that shock and I am trying to appreciate the music of this movie by trying to disassociate it from the movie as I do for the music of most movies.

Yesterday (26 august 2012), veteran actor A K Hangal passed away at the age of 95. To many of us, he would forever be associated with the immortal dialogue of “Sholay” (1975)-”Aaj itna sannaata kyon hai bhai”. What a memorable performance he had given in that movie !

I find it unbelievable to realise that he made his debut in Hindi movies at the age of 50 ! And from that time in 1967 onwards, he would play bit roles of ordinary and often helpless man. In some movies, he played a rich, well settled man too, viz in “Shaukeen” (1982), but it was mainly in roles as a small time character that he is most remembered by movie lovers.

He did not get to lip sync too many songs in Hindi movies, but such occasions are there in Hindi movies. In “Jurmaana” (1979), he plays a music teacher and he is shown teaching music to Raakhi. I had forgotten all about this song which is sung by Manna Dey and Lata which is lip synced by A K Hangal and Rakhi.

Today (27 august) also happens to be the death anniversary of Hrishikesh Mukherji who was the director of “Jurmaana” (1979). So here is this song as a joint tribute to A K Hangal as well as Hrishikesh Mukherji.

Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.


Song-Ae sakhi raadhike baawri ho gayee (Jurmaana)(1979) Singers-Manna Dey, Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-R D Burman
Chorus

Lyrics

ae sakhi
raadhike
baavri ho gayi

ae sakhi
raadhike
baavri ho gayi
shyaam ko dhoondhte
aap hi kho gayi
haan
ae sakhi
raadhike
baavri ho gayi

gali-gali mein gokul ki ye naam pukaare,
baithhi hai
jamunaa kinaare ae ae
gali-gali mein gokul ki ye naam pukaare,
ho
baithhi hai
jamunaa kinaare
kabhi mere
kabhi tere
ghar ko gayi
Shyaam ko dhoondhte
aap hi kho gayi
haan
ae sakhi
raadhike
baavri ho gayi

aaa aaa aaa aaa
aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aaa aaa

aaa aaa aaa aaa
aa aa aa aa aa
aaa aaa aaa aaa
aa aa aa aa aa

kabhi kahin pe mil bhi gayaa mohan pyaara
bansi baji
pi ne pukaaraa
kabhii kahin pe mil bhii gayaa mohan pyaara
bansi baji
pi ne pukaaraa
bansi mein
aise khoyi
wo so gayi
Shyaam ko
dhoondhe re
aap hi kho gayi
haan
ae sakhi
raadhike
baavri ho gayi
ae sakhi
raadhike
baavri ho gayi

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3 Responses to "Ae sakhi raadhike baawri ho gayee"

A K Hangal delivered his first dialogue for a film at the age of 50 and delivered his last dialogue just 3 months before his death for a television serial ‘Madhubala’ at the age of 97! This may be a some sort of a record. Even though he worked in about 200 films, he remained committed to the theatre.

RIP Hangal Sahab.

What a combined tribute to these two contributors of Hindi cinema! Thanks Atulji for the “classical” post.

What a lovely song this is. And a fitting tribute to AK Hangal saab and Hrishi da.

RIP AK Hangal saab – though most will remember him for his dialogue in Sholay, he was much more than that. He was a better actor than many realise. In fact he was such a natural actor that I never felt he was even acting – and that’s the hallmark of a good actor, I suppose.

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