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Hotel ka kinaara ho

Posted on: April 13, 2013


“Gunsundari” (1948) is an obscure movie by now. But as far as we are concerned, we know a great deal about this movie, thanks to the details provided by Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh, our beloved inhouse encyclopaedia. Here is what he has to say about this movie:

This film has a very interesting history.

Chandulal Shah (later owner of Ranjit Studios),had first directed this silent movie GUNSUNDARI, in 1927 under the banner of Kohinoor film company,Bombay. Even in those days it was a popular film.

After Talkie films started and Chandulal Shah had established his own studio-in partnership with Gauharjah Mamajiwala, a Heroine of several of his films and his consort for the next 40 years, he remade the film GUNSUNDARI once again in 1934. The cast of the 1934 film was the same as the 1927 silent film, namely Gauhar, Raja Sandow, Rampyari, R N Vaidya etc.

Somehow Chandulal Shah had been fascinated by the film’s story.

After Ranjit studio and Sardar Chandulal Shah were in financial crisis (having lost 1 cr 25 lakhs in cotton trading, in one single day) and most of their properties were mortgaged, Producer Director Ratibhai Hemchander Punatar-who was Chandulal’s sister’s son and his chela, decided to make film Gunsundari once again.

This time the film was made in Gujarati and Hindi simultaneously. The year was 1947. Due to partition etc the film was delayed and was released only in 1948.

Ratibhai had selected Kokila Balsara aka Nirupa Roy as the new heroine. After the shooting started, she was signed by Chandulal Shah for Ranjit’s film ” Lakhon mein Ek”. Since Gunsundari was delayed, “Lakhon mein Ek-1947″ got released first and it was Nirupa Roy’s FIRST Hindi film as a Heroine.

I remember having seen the film GUNSUNDARI-1948 sometime in the early 50s. The story was indeed very interesting for those times. A village siple girl is married to a modern type educated rich boy. He does not like this uneducated ‘gaon ki gori’ and he abondones her. The story is about how the girl gets educated and learns all modern things, yet impresses her in laws with her traditional ways(unknown to the husband) and how she wins him back successfully.

Later on, as is the practice of Hindi film Industry, this theme was used in umpteen number of Hindi and various regional languages over a time.

This was also the First film of Nirupa Roy and Manhar Desai ( who was originally from a Goan family settled in Ahmedabad and his name was Malcol Alfredo Desai-a converted Christian). Later this pair starred in many Hindi and Gujarati films.

One song from this movie has been discussed in the past. Here is another song from the movie.

This song is quite an obscure song. It is sung by A R Oza and Leela Mehta. Pt Indra Chandra is the lyricist. Music is composed by Hansraj Bahl.


Song-Hotel ka kinaara ho (Gunsundari)(1948) Singers- A R Oza, Leela Mehta, Lyrics-Pt Indra Chandra, MD-Hansraj Bahl

Lyrics

hotel ka kinaara ho
nazaara pyaara pyaara ho
hotel ka kinaara ho
nazaara pyaara pyaara ho
pyaar ka iktaara ho
dil ne yehi pukaara ho
I love you darling
I love you darling
I love you darling

kitna hi andhiyaara ho
dil mein to ujiyaara ho
kitna hi andhiyaara ho
dil mein to ujiyaara ho
chaahe na koi sahaara ho

dil ne yehi pukaara ho
I love you darling
I love you darling
I love you darling

main chaand tu sitaara ho
ik halka sa ishaara ho
main chaand tu sitaara ho
ik halka sa ishaara ho
to beda paar hamaara ho
I love you darling
I love you darling
I love you darling

hotel ka kinaara ho
nazaara pyaara pyaara ho
hotel ka kinaara ho
nazaara pyaara pyaara ho
pyaar ka iktaara ho
dil ne yehi pukaara ho
I love you darling
I love you darling
I love you darling

chhota sa sansaar tumhaara
kitna bada hai dil hamaara
chhota sa sansar tumhaara
kitna bada hai dil hamaara
dil hamaara
ke jis mein laakh laakh armaan
machalte hain ummeedon ke
yahaan toofaan uchhalte hain
ke jis mein laakh laakh armaan
machalte hain ummeedon ke
yahaan toofaan uchhalte hain
hum hain pyaar ke
pyaar hamaara ho
hum hain pyaar ke
pyaar hamaara ho
dil ne yehi pukaara ho
I love you darling
I love you darling
I love you darling

hotel ka kinaara ho
nazaara pyaara pyaara ho
hotel ka kinaara ho
nazaara pyaara pyaara ho
pyaar ka iktaara ho
dil ne yehi pukaara hoon
I love you darling
I love love you darling
I love love you darling

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
—————————————–
होटल का किनारा हो
नज़ारा प्यारा प्यारा हो
होटल का किनारा हो
नज़ारा प्यारा प्यारा हो
प्यार का इकतारा हो
दिल ने यही पुकारा हो
आइ लव यू डार्लिंग
आइ लव यू डार्लिंग
आइ लव यू डार्लिंग

कितना ही अँधियारा हो
दिल में तो उजियारा हो
कितना ही अँधियारा हो
दिल में तो उजियारा हो
चाहे न कोई सहारा हो

दिल ने यही पुकारा हो
आइ लव यू डार्लिंग
आइ लव यू डार्लिंग
आइ लव यू डार्लिंग

मैं चाँद तू सितारा हो
इक हल्का सा इशारा हो
मैं चाँद तू सितारा हो
इक हल्का सा इशारा हो
तो बेड़ा पार हमारा हो
आइ लव यू डार्लिंग
आइ लव यू डार्लिंग
आइ लव यू डार्लिंग

होटल का किनारा हो
नज़ारा प्यारा प्यारा हो
होटल का किनारा हो
नज़ारा प्यारा प्यारा हो
प्यार का इकतारा हो
दिल ने यही पुकारा हो
आइ लव यू डार्लिंग
आइ लव यू डार्लिंग
आइ लव यू डार्लिंग

छोटा सा संसार तुम्हारा
कितना बड़ा है दिल हमारा
छोटा सा संसार तुम्हारा
कितना बड़ा है दिल हमारा
दिल हमारा
के जिस में लाख लाख अरमान
मचलते हैं उम्मीदों के
यहाँ तूफान उछलते हैं
के जिस में लाख लाख अरमान
मचलते हैं उम्मीदों के
यहाँ तूफान उछलते हैं
हम हैं प्यार के
प्यार हमारा है
हम हैं प्यार के
प्यार हमारा है
दिल ने यही पुकारा है
आइ लव यू डार्लिंग
आइ लव यू डार्लिंग
आइ लव यू डार्लिंग

होटल का किनारा हो
नज़ारा प्यारा प्यारा हो
होटल का किनारा हो
नज़ारा प्यारा प्यारा हो
प्यार का इकतारा हो
दिल ने यही पुकारा हो
आइ लव यू डार्लिंग
आइ लव लव यू डार्लिंग
आइ लव लव यू डार्लिंग

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5 Responses to "Hotel ka kinaara ho"

Wow, Nirupa Roy is actually Kokila Balsara!

Arunji’s knowledge never ceases to amaze me. Every description he gives has SO many nuggets of trivia.

I had never heard of this movie – and now I know it was made (with success) in 1927, made again in 1934 – and made again in 1948. He tells us about the background, the actors, the circumstances (the 1.25 crore loss in ONE day of cotton trading – WOW!!!). He tells us Nirupa Roy’s original name was Kokila Balsara (I never knew that!), he tells us this movie got a bit delayed so Lakhon Mein Ek became Nirupa Roy’s first movie.

He tells us the story of this movie – which is quite nice actually. I remember seeing a few other movies along these lines, with the odd variant. There was a Meena Kumari movie with that Kale Krishna song which also had a bit of this type of storyline.

Then, as if he hasn’t told us enough he tells us Manhar Desai’s original name – that he is a converted Christian. I had no clue!

All in all, an Arunji description has SO many elements in it, it could be comfortably made into a documentary series that could have many episodes.

If we ever play film-related quiz, I’m happy to challenge anybody as long as Arunji is on my side. ;-)

She is from Bulsar. Actually Nirupa’s husband wanted to become actor. As he was not good looking he wanted to piggy-ride on Nirupa’s good look. As the fate would have it, Nirupa got the breaks and he was left on the wayside. Their marriage life was not exactly hunkery dunkery.
She made her debut in 1946 in V.M. Vyas’ Gujarati “Ranakdevi”, an adaptation of a folk tale, which immediately established her as a candidate for stardom. Two years later, Roy’s career was rocking after she played the titled role in “Gunasundari”. This was followed by a number of Mother Goddess roles where she was cast as a demure deity.
She gave a torrid time to her D in law.
Nirupa Roy, Bollywood’s favourite cine-ma died in oblivion on Thursday, October 14, 2004

Why the name change? For films?

Can Anyone give more information regarding Manhar Desai (Malcolm Alfredo Desai) ? In some websites I found his original surname to be D’souza from Goa & not desai. Also pls provide any Inputs regarding Punjabi & Hindi Actor Majnu (Harold Lewis) of Posti (1950) fame.

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