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Hamko bhi gham ne maara

Posted on: December 6, 2013


This article is written by nahm, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

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We come to this song from the film Aas Paas (1980). This Lata song I have always liked and it constantly comes to mind whenever I think of her ability to sing all type of songs. This is a club song as well as a ‘ drunk ‘ song. Lyricist and composers are again Anand Bakshi and Laxmikant Pyarelal.

The golden era is coming to an end, with only a few old timer composers like L-P, Khaiyyam and R. D. Burman are still active and are able to keep pace with the changing times. But they are enough to take Lata and Asha to the next century, with addition of new age music directors like A. R. Rehman, Shiv Hari etc.

There are a few more songs to come in this series. We will dwell back to the Golden Era and not so golden era too for the remaining songs.

Coming back to the song, the biggest challenge must have been to make this song look believable on Hema Malini. Here she is pretending to be drunk and behaving badly, to convince Dharmendra that she does not love him and he should move on and leave her alone. I think she is being blackmailed by baddie in the film i.e. Prem Chopra, who is also the brother in law of Dharmendra. The film had a tragic end.

There are few more good songs from this film remaining to be posted, but all in good time. Meanwhile this is song is worth savouring for Lata Mangeshkar fans. This is the last song by her in this series.

As Anand Bakshi has said in the song :

Har aarzoo hai chhoti ye zindagi badi hai

For all her failings, she is huge in the field of playback singing, an institution in her own right, that all aspiring singers want to emulate. No, I will not say that she is the Sachin Tendulkar of film music, because she has no precedent and no successors.


Song-Hamko bhi gham ne maara (Aas Paas)(1980) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

Ham ko bhi gham ne maara
tum ko bhi gham ne maara
ham sab ko gham ne maara
iss gham ko maar daalo
o o o
o o o
ham ko bhi gham ne maara
tum ko bhi gham ne maara
ham sab ko gham ne maara
iss gham ko maar daalo
o o o
o o o
aa aa
ha ho ha ha
ham ko bhi gham ne maara
tum ko bhi gham ne maara
ham sab ko gham ne maara
iss gham ko maar daalo
iss gham ko maar daaalo

ye gham kabhi khushi ka
armaan ban ke aaya
hanste huye ye dil mein
mehmaan ban ke aaya
ye gham kabhi khushi ka
armaan ban ke aaya
hanste huye ye dil mein
mehmaan ban ke aaya
ghar se isse nikaalo
iss gham ko maar daalo
ham ko bhi gham ne maara
tum ko bhi gham ne maara
ham sab ko gham ne maara
iss gham ko maar daalo
iss gham ko maar daalo

din ko tadapte hain wo
raaton ko jaagte hain
naadaan hain bade wo
jo gham se bhaagte hain
din ko tadapte hain wo
raaton ko jaagte hain
naadaan hain bade wo
jo gham se bhaagte hain
hans kar galey lagaa lo
iss gham ko maar daalo
ham ko bhi gham ne maara
tum ko bhi gham ne maara
ham sab ko gham ne maara
iss gham ko maar daalo
iss gham ko maar daalo

har aarzoo hai chhoti
ye zindagi badi hai
wo saamne nazar ke
dekho khushi khadi hai
har aarzoo hai chhoti
ye zindagi badi hai
wo saamne nazar ke
dekho khushi khadi hai
aawaaz do bulaa lo
iss gham ko maar daalo
ham ko bhi gham ne
tum ko bhi gham ne
ham sab ko gham ne
iss gham ko
maar daalo

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3 Responses to "Hamko bhi gham ne maara"

Atul ji,

First line of last paragraph, the word I used is : Flailings . May be the plural is not so correct. Even flailing will do.

gerund or present participle: flailing
1.
wave or swing wildly.
“his arms flailed as he sought to maintain his balance”
synonyms: wave, swing, thrash about, flap about, beat about, windmill, move erratically More

Thanks and regards.

Nahm ji,
Rightly said. Lata ji may have sung few club/cabaret song but enough to demonstrate her versatility as a great singer.
My fav is Aa jaan e jaan… from Inteqam-69 :)
Thanks for the post and series….

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