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Geet pehle banaa thhaa ya bani thhi ye sargam

Posted on: September 2, 2012


Post “Anand”(1970) and “Mili” (1975),Hrishikesh Mukherji hit upon the formula of family comedy movies. In these movies, there would be an old fashioned strict patriarch/ matriarch who would regard himself as a know all and he would rule his joint family with an iron hand. The story of the movie would let movie goers have a laugh at the cost of that patriarch/ matriarch. This character was typically played by Om Prakash, Utpal Dutt, Dina Pathak etc.

In “Chupke Chupke”, Om Prakash plays the character who plays the role of Sharmila Tagore’s all knowing jeeja jee. Dharmendra, husband of Sharmila Tagore whom Om Prakash has not seen decides to have some fun at the cost of the so called know all smart Alec jeeja jee. The movie then depicts how Dharmedra, alongwith others like Amitabh Bachchan, David etc take Om Prakash for a ride for much of the movie by posing as a new chauffeur of his car. One of the ways by which Dharmendra teasing Om Prakash involves using abstruse text book Hindi terms to stump Om Prakash. It is in the last reel that they finally decide to take pity of Om Prakash and come clean.

The movie had some nice songs in it. Two songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is another song from the movie. It is sung by Kishore Kumar and Rafi. The light hearted song is picturised on Amitabh Bachchan, Rafi and Sharmila Tagore.

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

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Peevesie. The lyrics are based on the audio of this song which is slightly longer that the video link.


Song-Geet pehle banaa thha ya bahi thhi ye sargam (Chupke Chupke)(1975) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Rafi, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-S D Burman
Kishore Kumar + Rafi

Lyrics(Provided by Peevesie)

Chal shuru hoja
aa aa aa aa aa aa………..
arrey bas bas bas bas, sa pe ruk gaya aage badh
re ae
re key aage kya hai
ga aa…
arrey waah waah waah waah kya gale me taaseer hai
yeh baat hai toh maa…
chal waapas aaja apnee jagah pe

sa re ga ma,
aaha
ma sa re ga
waah waah
ga sa re ma
o ho
ma ga re sa
oh oh oh
sa re ga ma,
ma sa re ga,
ga sa re ma,
ma ga re sa
Pa dha pa ma
ma pa ma ga
re pa ma ga
ma ga re sa

Sa re ga ma,
ma sa re ga,
ga
sa re ma ma
ga re sa

geet pehle bana thha
ya banee thhee yeh sargam
geet pehle bana thha,
ya banee thhee yeh sargam
ek hee saath hua thha,
do dilon kaa yeh sangam
pyaar kaa yeh taraana,
zamaana sun ley
sa re ga ma,
one two three four

sa re ga ma,
ma sa re ga,
ga
sa re ma ma
ga re sa

jaise dil milte hain,
waise sur milte hain
jaise dil milte hain,
waise sur milte hain
phool kab geeton key,
honthon pe khilte hain

tum tanaana
dhin tanaana zamaana sun ley
sa re ga ma,
one two three four
sa re ga ma,
ma sa re ga
ga sa re ma,
ma ga re sa
sa re ga ma,
ma sa re ga
ga sa re ma,
ma ga re sa
ma ga re sa
ma ga re sa
ma ga re sa
ma ga re sa
ma ga re sa
ma ga re sa
ma ga re sa
ma ga re sa

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5 Responses to "Geet pehle banaa thhaa ya bani thhi ye sargam"

Along with Angoor; both of these films are right up there

the song is called sa re ga ma :P

Kind of which came first, the chicken or the egg routine…
But Rafi can get frisky with Kishoreda…:)

Yippeeee! another brilliant movie joins the Yippeeee! club on the blog. This movie was hilarious, and each character was a treat to watch. This is one of those movies one will never tire of watching.

Seriously hilarious, linguistic comedy film. This song marks the end of 25 years association of SDB with Rafi. Among the 6-7 songs that Rafi sang for SDB in the 70’s. With failing health SD Burman was taking on few films with less songs. But its seems whatever he chose to have Rafi sing, were his master pieces, like “mera man tera pyaasa’ , ‘tere nainon ke main deep jalaunga’ and ‘teri bindiya re’ .

Overall, the SDB music of the 70’s is unmatched, be it ‘Abhimaan’, ‘Sharmilee’ ‘Gambler’ ‘tere mere sapne’ ‘Anuraag’ and mili, with ‘Us paar’.

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