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Today is 26 january 2015 which is an important day in the history of India. Today we are celebrating the 66th year of India becoming a republic. It is a historical day indeed, because it was on this day that people of India began to be governed by a constitution. This constitution, for the first time in the history of India, declared that all Indians, irrespective of their caste, creed and other factors were equal and that the country was going to be governed by People’s representatives elected through elections.

Sixtysix year hence, that tiny sapling has taken firm roots and Indian Republic had become firmly entrenched. It is a miracle of modern times and something that we can be quite proud of.

The country has made progress though not quite to our satisfaction. Our elected representatives have often let us down.

For all that, thigs are looking up for India and we are cautiously optimistic about the future of India as a nation. The fact that we have a democracy and we have a constitution to govern us is something that calls for a year round celebration and in fact we do it daily , albeit without fanfare.

It is during 26 january that we celebrate the occasion with fanfare. And the main celebration takes place in New Delhi. By now the modus operandi of celebration of the republic day (and also Independence day) have become settled. The republic day sees a parade on New Delhi’s Rajpath whereas Independence day sees an address to the nation by the Prime Misnister for Lal Qila, Old Delhi.

The republic day celebration also has set a tradition whereby a foreign head of state/ Government is invited as the Chief Guest for the celebration. This year’s republic day celebration sees the President of USA as the chief guest on the occasion. These are early days yet, but this occasion could well turn out to be a landmark occasion in the History of the Indian republic. Let us cross out fingers and wait and watch.

This 66th republic day (26 january 2015) is the seventh republic day for the blog. We have seen an equal number of Independence days as well. We use such occasion to discuss patriotic songs in the blog.

Here is a song from “Maasoom”(1960) on the occasion. This sonng is sung by Asha Bhonsle and chorus. The song is picturised as a song where a school teacher is exhorting young school kids to become “desh ka pyaara sab ka sahaara” once they grow up and tiny tots respond enthusiastically.

This song is 55 years old now. The tiny tots seen in the picturisation must be senior citizens by now or they may be on their ways to become one. :) How time has flown.

Here is this nice song with a patriotic message. Raja Mehdi Ali Khan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Robin Bannerji.

I take this occasion to wish everyone a happy Republic day.


Song-Desh ka pyaara sabka sahaara kaun banega (Maasoom)(1960) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Raja Mehdi Ali Khan, MD-Robin Bannerji
Chorus

Lyrics

desh ka pyaara sabka sahaara kaun banega
ham didi
desh ka pyaara sabka sahaara kaun banega
ham didi
saare jag mein prem ujiyaara kaun karega
ham didi
desh ka pyaara sabka sahaara kaun banega
ham didi

baapu ka ye desh hai bachchon
sab deshon se pyaara
isi desh ke khaatir usne
apna sab kuchh haara
baapu ka ye desh hai bachchon
sab deshon se pyaara
isi desh ke khaatir usne
apna sab kuchh haara
?? ki dhaara ab rakhwaala kaun banega
ham didi
desh ka pyaara sabka sahaara kaun banega
ham didi
saare jag mein prem ujiyaara kaun karega
ham didi
desh ka pyaara sabka sahaara kaun banega
ham didi

pyaare bachchon kaun ho tum
ham bharat ki santaan
bharat mata ke charnon mein
rakh den dil aur jaan

pyaare bachchon kaun ho tum
ham bharat ki santaan
bharat mata ke charnon mein
rakh den dil aur jaan

mushqil tay ho
desh ki jay ho
kaun kahega
ham didi
desh ka pyaara sabka sahaara kaun banega
ham didi
saare jag mein prem ujiyaara kaun karega
ham didi
desh ka pyaara sabka sahaara kaun banega
ham didi

lalala o o o
hm hmm hmm hm hm hmm
jahaan jahaan andhiyara dekhen
ham ujiyaara kar den
kadam kadam per desh ka daaman
ham khushiyon se bhar den
jahaan jahaan andhiyara dekhen
ham ujiyaara kar den
kadam kadam per desh ka daaman
ham khushiyon se bhar den
kaam ye pyaara himmat waala kaun karega
ham didi
desh ka pyaara sabka sahaara kaun banega
ham didi
saare jag mein prem ujiyaara kaun karega
ham didi
desh ka pyaara sabka sahaara kaun banega
ham didi


This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a 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.

VINTAGE NAUSHAD….Song No. 9
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Here is wishing all readers,visitors and contributors to this Blog a ” VERY HAPPY REPUBLIC DAY 2015 ” !

Today’s song is a Patriotic song from the film “Pahle aap-1944 “. This is that song, which Mohd.Rafi sang for first time for Naushad. The song is a chorus of singers like Shyamkumar, Allauddin Naved, B. M. Vyas and Mohd. Rafi. Hindi Film Geet Kosh says it is a ‘ chorus song ‘( samooh geet ) and Rafi Excel sheet says the singer is Mohd. Rafi.

However,the noted Biographer and author Shri. Vishwas Nerurkar mentions in his book-Filmography and list of songs of Naushad,that Naushad told him that this song was sung by Shyam Kumar, Allauddin Naved, B.M.Vyas and Mohd.Rafi. So it is confirmed from reliable sources.

In one interview, Naushad had said,” when this song was to be recorded,we wanted a marching effect,since the song was to shot as a marching song in the film.To get that effect,we asked all singers of the chorus to wear Military heavy shoes and then sing the song,making a rhythmic sound by hitting the booted legs in unison. After the song was recorded, Rafi’s face was glowing with the joy of singing his First song in a Hindi film ! his feet were bleeding, due to heavy Military boots, but he did not care ” So,besides being a patriotic song,it is also a Historic song, being Rafi’s first Hindi Filmi song.

The relations of Mohd. Rafi and Naushad were on a different plane. Rafi never considered Naushad as a mere composer.For him Naushad was his Guru, mentor, Guide and a well wisher. Rafi had tremendous respect for naushad. he never used to sit in the presence of Naushad, until he was forced by Naushad to sit. On his part, Naushad too never treated Rafi as only a singer. For him, Rafi was God’s gift to Indian film music. Rafi represented all that was good in a Gentleman and for him Rafi was like his own son.

While paying a tribute to Rafi,Naushad had said,

” meri sargam mein tera jikr hai
Mere geeton mein teri awaaz hai. “

Rafi first sang a song in Punjabi film of Shyamsunder-Gul baloch. In 1943,Rafi came to Bombay, with a recommendation letter from Naushad’s father. Honouring his father’s letter, Naushad gave him opportunity to sing in Pahle aap-44. After this Naushad not only used Rafi but also recommended him to others. Naushad says,

” The story of God-gift Rafi is incomplete without talking about Hamidbhai-whose contribution in Rafi’s success is immense. Many people thought then and even now that Hamid was his elder brother,but he was no way related to Rafi. Hamid was a friend of Rafi’s elder brother. He realised the talent in Rafi and vowed to make him the biggest singer of films. For this Hamid sacrificed his own personal life too. He brought Rafi to Bombay and started visiting all the studios requesting for a chance to Rafi.

” They stayed in Bhendi Bazar. Rafi fell in love with a girl there. Her family had no objection,but only after the girl’s elder sister got married first. To solve this problem,Hamidbhai himself married the elder sister and made Rafi’s marriage possible ! Over a period,Rafi became a famous and much in demand singer. That time Hamidbhai coolly handed over the charge to Zaheer ( Rafi’s brother-in-law) and retired. Rafi always respected him. Rafi was kept away from alcohol,smoking etc because of Hamidbhai who himself was a vegetarian. Rafi looked after his family well. When his wife got T.B., she was kept in a sanitorium in Devlali,near Nashik. His sons got best education and daughter was married off nicely. hamidbhai was given distributorship and a office in Hyderabad. Later, Hamidbhai retired and went to Canada to stay with his sons.

” In early days of Rafi, once there was a recording of Sikandar, by Meer Saheb. Rafi requested for a recommendation letter for singing in chorus. I gave him the letter,but he stood there only. I asked hi what the matter was. He shyly said that he had no money for the Bus fare to go there. I gave him One Rupee. Rafi never forgot the value of this One Rupee. He earned money in millions,but the value of that one rupee was always remembered by him. He respected me very much. he even talked in whispers-always spoke in Gaandhaar. His Pancham was only for the singing. Respect for elders is now out of date,out of fashion thing,but for him it was very important.

” One day he brought his First car to show me. it was a second hand car for Rs. 2000/-. later on he bought an imported brand new car,but in both cars,first ride was mine. When his daughter’s marriage was fixed,he came with the invitation card. All details were there in it. Also daughter’s Bidai was mentioned from the Hotel. I told him, ‘ Bidai should be from only Home. The girls have attachment to relatives and the home where they grew. Hotel is not correct.’ Rafi started crying,said-‘ You are right Naushad saab. No one guided me. Bidai will be from home only.’

” Rafi was very generous and God fearing. he went to Haj 3 times. He helped many financially to make Haj yatra. he donated 300 carpets because he saw people offering Namaz in Bandra maidan on ground. He used to sing free for composers who were new and those who could not afford his price.

” When he died millions of people came to say Good Bye to him. I said,
‘ Koi kehta hai dil gaya,dilwar gaya
Saahil pukarta hai,samunder chala gaya
Duniya se Mausiqi ka Paighambar chala gaya ‘ ”
(adapted from an article in S.Kanekar’s book ‘Gaaye chala jaa,with thanks).

On this auspicious occasion of the REPUBLIC DAY, let us enjoy the patriotic song from film, Pahle Aap-1944.
With this song, all songs of “Pehle Aap”(1944) have been covered in the blog and this movie now joins the list of movies with all their songs covered in the blog. This is the 600th such movie in the blog.


Song-Hindustan ke ham hain Hindustan hamaara (Pehle Aap)(1944) Singers-Rafi, Unknown voice, Lyrics-Nazim Panipati, MD-Naushad
Chorus

Lyrics

hindustan ke hum hain
hindustaan hamaara
hindu muslim donon ki aankhon ka taara
hindustaan ke hum hain
hindustaan hamaara
hindu muslim donon ki aankhon ka taara

jahaan hari khetiyaan jhoom rahi hain
jhoom rahi hain
jhuk ke janani ko choom rahi hain
choom rahi hain
jahaan hari khetiyaan jhoom rahi hain
jhoom rahi hain
jhuk ke janani ko choom rahi hain
choom rahi hain
sab jag se ooncha
sab jag se nyaara
sab jag se ooncha
sab jag se nyaara
ganga jamuna bahe jahaan wo bhaarat pyaara
hindustaan ke hum hain
hindustaan hamaara
hindu muslim donon ki aankhon ka taara

jahaan khel gaye hain ?? kaale
?? kaale
jahaan huye Gobind(?) Singh kalwi waale
kalwi waale
jahaan khel gaye hain ?? kaale
?? kaale
jahaan huye Gobind (?)Singh kalwi waale
kalwi waale
Naanak ki bhoomi
guru ka dwara
Naanak ki bhumi guru ka dwaara
himalaya ki chhaaya mein hai desh hamaara
hindustan ke hum hain
hindustan hamaara
hindu muslim donon ki aankhon ka taara

lo chale sipaahi banke bhaarti
banke bhaarti
ab aaye saamne himmat kiski
himmat kiski
lo chale sipaahi banke bhaarti
banke bhaarti
ab aaye saamne himmat kiski
himmat kiski
har maidaan jeeta
har maidan maara

har maidan jeeta
har maidaan maara
hindu muslim ne milke jab ye lalkaara
hindustan ke hum hain
hindustan hamaara
hindu muslim donon ki aankhon ka taara
hindustaan ke hum hain
hindustaan hamaara
hindu muslim donon ki aankhon ka taara


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“Dil aur Mohabbat”(1968) was directed by Anand Dutta for Shilpkar, Bombay. the movie had Ashok Kumar, Joy Mukherji, Sharmila Tagore, Johny Walker, Nazir Hussain, K N Singh, Asha Nadkarni, Anoop Kumar, Jagirdar, Poornima, Randhir, Moppet Sachin, Tuntun, Jankidas, Jagdish, Shiela, Bela Bose, Ravikant, Ravindra, Dhanna, Khosla, Taran Taran, Vijay Dewan etc in it.

Five songs from this movie have been discussed in the past.

Here is the sixth song from the movie. This song is so brief that one may blink and miss it. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and it is picturised as a cabarat dance song on Bela Bose. Her costume as as negligible as the words in the lyrics. But her neligible dress still hides enough cards in them to enable Joy Mukherji’s opponent to pull out winning cards from various portions of her dress.

The lyrics of the song has so few words that noting down the lyrics of this song is no challenge whatsoever. And therefore Khyati Bhatt who pointed out this song to me and mentioned that it was the last song from the movie, did not bother to send the lyrics of this song. :)

And looking at the lyrics of the song, it appears that any school kids could have written this song. The lyricist of this “song” is not identified so who knows, I may well be right and some school kid may have penned this song. :)

With this song, “Dil aur Mohabbat”(1968) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-My name is Kishori (Dil Aur Mohabbat)(1968) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, MD-O P Nayyar

My name is Kishori
and yours ?

hahahaha
I am a good girl

hahaha
hahah
hahahaah
ho lala


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Yesterday (24 january 2015) became a dot day for the blog. This normally happens when for some reason I am unable to find time for blogging. In case I am forewarned in advance then I take measures to ensure that at least some posts are made on those days. But sometimes thing happen unexpectedly and that makes all plans go haywire.

Early morning at 5 AM on 24 january 2015, I got the information that I had to urgently leave to a place for official exigencies. Under such circumstances, one has to reach an appointed place within half an hour and leave by a special train from there, which does not wait for anyone. So I ungently got ready and took out the car. My dogs thought that I was taking them for a morning walk by car. They tried to jump in but I prevented them from doing so. They came out of the fence as I was taking out the car. I hoped that they would go back within the fence after some time through numerous breaches familiar to them. But after I drove a kilometer or so, I realised that some dogs were barking furiously. On looking at the rear window, I realised that Chhote and Bhhole were giving me hot pursuit by running behind the car and street dogs were barking at them. I stopped the car and tried to get the two of them to jump into the car. But both Chhote and Bhhole were in a mood for some barking contest with the street dogs. With great difficulty, I managed to bundle them inside the car. I returned back and pushed them back inside the fence through the door and then left again, hoping that they would not come behind me again after coming out through some other breach. Fortunately then did not do that. I left my car at the place where the train was waiting and boarded that.

I stayed out the entire day and also for much of the next day (viz today 25 january 2015). So my cherished new year resolution of posting one YIPPEE song every day had finally been broken. I can take solace from the realisation that it did not happen because of any weakening of my resolve, but because of unexpected exigencies.

What has happened has happened. I have arrived back by about 4 PM. Now let me try and make sure that some posts (including a YIPPEE post) is posted today.

Here is a song from “Village Girl” (1945). This song is sung by Noorjahaan and it is picturised on her as well. Wali Sahab is the lyricist. Shyam Sundar is the music director.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Nitin Shah.

This is the eleventh song of the movie and the penultimate of the 12 songs mentioned in HFGK. So this is not the YIPPEE song for the day. Can we coin a term like semi YIPPEE song for the penultimate songs of movies. :) I have some other YIPPEE songs available for discussion today too.


Song-Sajan pardesi balam pardesi (Village Girl)(1945) Lyrics- Noorjahaan, Lyrics-Wali Sahab, MD-Shyam Sundar

Lyrics (Provided by Nitin Shah)

sajan pardesi
balam pardesi
ho o
man ko sataaye
jalaaye
jalan na jaane raam
sajan pardesi
balam pardesi
ho o
man ko sataaye
jalaaye
jalan na jaanoon raam

kar ke dil ko apne bas mein
kar ke dil ko apne bas mein
tod gaye sab apni qasmein
tod gaye sab apni qasmein
baithhi hoon aas lagaaye
chain na aaye
sataaye
jalan na jaanoon raam
sajan pardesi
balam pardesi
ho o
man ko sataaye
jalaaye
jalan na jaanoon raam

jee bhar ke na unse kheli
jee bhar ke na unse kheli
chhod gaye ae
chhod gaye
chhod gaye wo mujhe akeli
chhod gaye wo mujhe akeli
keh na gaye kuchh haaye
chain na aaye
sataaye
jalan na jaanoon raam
sajan pardesi
balam pardesi
ho o
man ko sataaye
jalaaye
jalan na jaanoon raam…

bhar bhar aayen aansoon apne
bhar bhar aayen aansoon apne
ho gaye mushqil aankh mein rakhne
ho gaye mushqil aankh mein rakhne
dard hamen tadpaaye
chain na aaye
sataaye
jalan na jaanoon raam
sajan pardesi
balam pardesi
ho o
man ko sataaye
jalaaye
jalan na jaane raam


This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a 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.

CHANDAN KA PALNA (1967) was produced under the banner of Arzoo Films by Zaibunnisa Usman Ali and Khairunnisa Ismail Memon and was directed by Ismail Memon. Dhamendra and Meena Kumari were in lead roles supported by Mehmood, Mumtaz, Durga Khote, Dhumal, Nazir Hussain, Bipin Gupta, Shabnam, Mukri etc. In a way, the film was the home production of Mehmood. Producers Zaibunnisa Usman Ali was the wife of Mehmood’s younger brother Usman Ali while Khairunnisa Ismail Memon was his younger sister. The director of the film, Ismail Memon was his brother-in-law. Mehmood’s first wife Madhu was the sister of Meena Kumari.

The film was planned at a time when Meena Kumari started living in Mehmood’s bungalow for sometime after her separation from Kamaal Amrohi. Usman Ali, the younger brother of Mehmood who also worked as his secretary and production controller took the opportunity of the availability of Meena Kumari for the lead role. Since Dharmendra used to spent much of his spare time in Mehmood’s bungalow in view of his ‘special’ friendship with Meena Kumari at that time, he agreed to work for the film by adjusting his dates for his other films. [Source : the book Mehmood – A man of Many Moods by Hanif Zaveri, 2005].

I had seen the film in a ‘fast forward’ mode on a website. So I will give here only the gist of the story which is on the predictable lines. Ajit (Dharmendra) and Shobha (Meena Kumari), after their brief courtship, get married. However, after years of marriage, they do not have a child. A medical examination reveals that Shobha would not be able to conceive. Her mother-in-law (Durga Khote) is shattered by this news as she had promised to her late husband that his family’s name would be perpetuated. Knowing her mother-in-law’s craving for a grandchild and humiliation she may have to face on being barren, Shobha decides to end her life so that Ajit could remarry to fulfill his mother’s wish. However, she is saved by a temple priest who gives her alternative options.

Overnight Shobha’s personality changes from a traditional wife to a fun loving woman with liberal outlook, drinking etc which is resented by her mother-in-law. Both of them almost come in to a physical fight at which moment, Ajit expels Shobha from the house. She shifts to her father’s house who is also perplexed by her changed behaviour and scolds her. She even signs the divorce papers without any hesitation. The fact is that Shobha does all these drama just to force Ajit to separate from her and remarry. Ultimately, Ajit is pressurised by her mother to get married to a new bride (Shabnam). Soon the new bride is expecting and the mother-in-law is very happy. However, after delivering a baby boy, the new wife dies. Now the time is ripe for the temple priest to reveal Ajit and his mother about Shobha’s sacrifice to make the family happy. Mother-in-law and Ajit repent and Shobha is welcomed back in the house. She is united with Ajit and his family and takes care of the child as her own.

From this story, one can make out that the roles of Mehmood as a Bengali classical music lover , Mumtaz as his love interest and Dhumal as his competitor in music are introduced mainly to give some respite to the audience from the heavy dose of melodramatic scenes in the movie. Despite the impressive star cast and good music, the film failed to do well at the box office.

The film had 7 songs of which 3 songs have been covered in the Blog. I am presenting the 4th song ‘o ganga maiya paar laga de mere’ sung by Lata Mangeshkar. The song is written by Anand Bakshi which is set to music by R D Burman. It is said that R D Burman composed the tune while sitting at Outram Ghat on the banks of Ganga at the outskirt of Calcutta (Kolkata). Coincidentally, when he returned to Bombay (Mumbai), Mehmood met him to say that he was looking for a song situation relating to river Ganga in the film. So he used the tune for this song.

This song is picturised on Meena Kumari on three different occasions in the film and different versions of the song get played on these occasions. The first one has two stanzas while the second and third have one stanza each of different verses. While the video links of the first and third versions are available, video link of second version is not available though in the movie this version is available. The audio link has three stanzas but the first stanza of the video link is not included.

Raju Bhartan, in his article, Remembering RD in 1997 had revealed that this song in raag Jogiya was a strong contender for Sur Singar Samsad’s award for the best classical film song of the year 1967 along with Madan Mohan’s ‘maine rang li aaj chunariya’ in raag Pilu from ‘Dulhan Ek Raat Ki’. However, Brijmohan who headed Sur Singar Samsad at that time, felt that awarding R D Burman would affect Sur Singar’s classical music reputation. The award for that year went to Madan Mohan. I can understand Brijmohan’s concern as at that time, R D Burman had created ripples in the Hindi film music with his new trendy westernised songs in ‘Teesri Manzil’ (1966) which became very popular. But such songs were anathema for classical music lovers. However, after 25 years, R D Burman did receive Special Award from Sur Singar Samsad for his contribution to music.

Enjoy the classical raag based soulful title song.

Video part I

Video part II

Audio

Song-O Ganga mainyya paar laga de (Chandan Ka Palna)(1967) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

Video Part I
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o ganga maiya aa aa
o ganga maiya aa
paar laga de mere
sapnon ki naiyaa aa
paar laga de mere
sapnon ki naiyaa aa
o ganga maiyaa
o ganga maiya aa
paar laga de mere
sapnon ki naiyaa aa
o ganga maiyaa
o ganga maiya aa
paar laga de

mujhse kinaaron ne aankh churaayi
mujhse kinaaron ne aankh churaayi ee
ab hai isi mein bas meri bhalaayi
ab hai isi mein bas meri bhalaayi
mujhko dubo hi de
mere kaiwaiyya
o ganga maiya
o ganga maiya..aa
paar laga de mere
sapnon ki naiyaa aa
o ganga maiya
o ganga maiya aa
paar laga de

gujren idhar se bhi kaali ghataayen
gujren idhar se bhi kaali ghataayen
maa teri mamta ko degi duaayen
maa teri mamta ko degi duaayen
dukhiya ke aangan ki sookhi talaiyaa aa
o ganga maiyaa
o ganga maiya aa
paar laga de mere
sapnon ki naiyaa aa
o ganga maiyaa aa
o ganga maiya aa
paar laga de

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Video part II
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soona pada hai chandan ka palna
soona pada hai chandan ka palna aa
palne mein jhoole ek chanda saa lalna
palne mein jhoole ik chanda saa lalna
jaise Yashoda ka Krishna Kanhaiya aa
o ganga maiyaa
o ganga maiya aa
paar laga de mere
sapnon ki naiyaa aa
o ganga maiya aa
o ganga maiya aa
paar laga de

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Audio version
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o ganga maiyaaa….aa
o ganga maiya aa
paar laga de
mere
sapnon ki
naiya aa
paar laga de mere
sapnon ki naiyaa aa
o ganga maiyaa
o ganga maiya aa
paar laga de mere
sapnon ki naiyaa aa
o ganga maiyaa
o ganga maiya aa
paar laga de

gujre idhar se bhi kaali ghataayen
gujre idhar se bhi kaali ghataayen
maa teri mamta ko degi duaayen
maa teri mamta ko degi duaayen
dukhiya ki aangan ki sookhi talaiyaa aa
o ganga maiyaa
o ganga maiya aa
paar laga de mere
sapnon ki naiyaa
o ganga maiya aa
o ganga maiya aa
paar laga de

jis liye naina taras rahe hain
saawan bhaadon se baras rahe hain
saawan bhaadon se baras rahe hain
sandes laike woh aaye purwaiyaa
o ganga maiyaa
o ganga maiya aa
paar laga de mere
sapnon ki naiyaa aa
o ganga maiya..aa
o ganga maiya..aa
paar laga de

soona pada hai chandan ka palna
soona pada hai chandan ka palna aa
palne mein jhoole ek chanda saa lalna
palne mein jhoole ek chanda saa lalna
jaise Yashoda ka Krishna Kanhaiya aa
o ganga maiyaa
o ganga maiya aa
paar laga de mere
sapnon ki naiyaa
o ganga maiya aa
o ganga maiya aa
paar laga de


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Hullo to all in Atuldom

My intention in writing this post is
1) one more movie becomes all songs complete.
2) To celebrate the birthday of the maker of the movie- Ramesh Sippy.

Ramesh Sippy was born in Karachi on 23rd January 1947 to G.P.Sippy who was a film producer (their original surname was Sipahimalani). Ramesh Sippy has seen the industry since the time he was six—he had visited the sets of Sazaa; his father’s first film.

He has played the role of Achala Sachdev’s son in the 1953 film Shahenshah (the credit for this info should go to WIKIPEDIA- my reference guide). Andaaz (1971) was his first directorial venture. Post this his movies were all successful (if they had released in today’s times; people would say that he made money in all of them in the first weekend itself because that is the way people are gauging success nowadays). His first few movies had Hema Malini as the constant—Andaaz, Seetha Aur Geetha and Sholay.

Post Sholay he found success with Amitabh Bachchan movies- Shaan and Shakti. (These movies made him one of the five directors with whom Amitabh had a special working relationship the others being Manmohan Desai, Prakash Mehra, Hrishikesh Mukherjee and Yash Chopra) His Saagar was the comeback vehicle for Dimple Kapadia.

Now I was going through the posts of the last few days. And I saw that Atul was keeping up his New Year Resolution. Keep It Up! Then I saw that our battery of regulars are helping him out on this mission. Wonderful Teamwork!! Wow!! Then I set about finding the status on the various Ramesh Sippy movies on the blog.

I discovered that Andaaz has a total of six songs as per Myswar.com. Then my next discovery was that out of this the most popular song “Zindagi Ek Safar Hai Suhaana” has multiple versions which was covered in Dec. 2011. And the Asha Bhonsle version and the Mohd. Rafi version were covered in the comments section . Also the sad version of Kishore Kumar is there. So there is only one song left. And that is “Hai na bolo bolo” the children’s song.

So here it is sung by Mohd. Rafi, Suman Kalyanpur, Sushma Shrestha and Pratibha. Written by Hasrat Jaipuri and music is by Shankar Jaikishan pictured on Baby Gauri, Master Alankar, Shammi Kapoor and Hema Malini.


Song-Papa ko mummy se mummy ko papa se pyaar hai pyaar hai(Andaaz)(1971) Singers-Rafi,Suman Kalyanpur, Sushma Shreshtha, Pratibha, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Shankar Jaikishan
Sushma Shreshtha + Pratibha
All together

Lyrics

hai naa bolo bolo
hai naa bolo bolo
papa bolo bolo
mummy bolo bolo
papa ko mummy se
mummy ko papa se
pyaar hai, pyaar hai
hai naa bolo bolo,
hai naa bolo bolo
papa ko mummy se
mummy ko papa se
pyaar hai, pyaar hai

papa mummy milte hain
chupke-chupke hanste hain

haa haa haa haa
papa mummy milte hain
chupke-chupke haste hain
jaane kya-kya kehte hain
baate karte rahte hain
papa mummy milte hain
chupke-chupke hanste hain
jaane kya-kya kehte hain
baaten karte rahte hain
hai naa bolo bolo
hai naa bolo bolo
papa ko mummy se
mummy ko papa se
pyaar hai, pyaar hai

mummy teri achchhi hai
kitni bholi-bhaali hai
papa bhi to achchhe hain
kitne pyaare pyaare hain

haa
mummy teri achchhi hai,
kitni bholi-bhaali hai
paapa bhi to achchhe hai n
kitne pyaare-pyaare hain
hai naa bolo bolo

hai naa bolo bolo
munni bolo bolo
dipu bolo bolo
papa ko mummy se,
mummy ko papa se,
pyaar hai, pyaar hai

papa se main boloongi
mummy ko ghar le aayen

mummy se main boloonga
saath mujhe bhi le jaayen

papa se main boloongi
mummy ko ghar le aayen

mummy se main boloonga
saath mujhe bhi le jaayen

mummy bolo bolo
papa bolo bolo
mummy bolo bolo
papa bolo bolo
papa ko mummy se
mummy ko papa se
pyaar hai, pyaar hai

hai naa bolo bolo
hai naa bolo bolo
papa ko dipu se
mummy ko munni se
pyaar hai, pyaar hai
pyaar hai, pyaar hai


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“Kinaare Kinaare”(1963) was a movie that took too long to get completed. The reasons for the delay of this movie is more interesting that the story of this movie itself.

Here is what Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh, our beloved inhose encyclopaedia, has to say about this movie:

KINARE KINARE-1963 took almost 6 years in its making. The story of its delay is as interesting as the film’s story itself.

Nyay Sharma was sailing very smooth when he launched this film with all the dates of lead pairs, a good free location for shooting, enough money and everything else needed to finish the film in 3 months. Unfortunately, his main cameraman-Nagnath-died mysteriously while shooting the film. There were police enquiries and the shooting stopped for several months, finishing all the secured dates of Dev Anand and Meena ji. During this period, even his money was exausted and he was about to shelve the film, when Dev Anand sent M/s Dhun Investments P.Ltd, to provide finance and once again the film shooting started. Finally after 6 years film was released, but with disastrous returns.

KINARE KINARE is a tale of the misfortunes of an young man Kanwal(Dev Anand), who after graduation, returns to his village. One day he comes accross a vagabond trying to rape a village girl. He intervenes, there is a fight and the goon is killed by him in self defence. There is an eyewitness, but he runs away in fear. To save himself, Kanwal leaves the village and goes to another village where fe faints with high fever. Nilu(Meena Kumari), daughter of a retired person nurses him to health. They fall in love. The village dada Manohar Singh also loves Nilu and hence is after Kanwal and threatens him about the old murder. Kanwal again runs away to Bombay.

Here also he saves a Seth from crooks and gets a job of his secretary. Usha, boss’ girl friend starts loving Kanwal. When Nilu comes to Bombay for her Heart treatment, she meets Kanwal and they reunite, but Manohar Singh, who has followed Nilu reports Kanwal to Police and he is arrested.

The rest of the story is how Nilu and Kanwal’s friend Mithu, save Kanwal by locating the missing eyewitness and release Kanwal finally to marry Nilu.

The movie had as many as eleven songs in it, but several of these songs were deleted from the movie.

Nine songs from this movie have been discussed in the past.

Here is the tenth song from the movie. This extremely rare and unusual song is sung by Vinod Desai. Nyay Sharma is the lyricist. Music is composed by Jaidev.

I watched the movie recently, (using fast forward button liberally) in order to see which songs appeared in the movie. I was able to locate only about five or six. The song under discussion was missing and so it is not possible to say how and on whom this song was picturised. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the pcturisation of this rare song.


Song-O mast nazar tu chaahe agar (Kinaare Kinaare)(1963) Singer-Vinod Desai, Lyrics-Nyay Sharma, MD-Jaidev

Lyrics

o o
mast nazar
tu
chaahe agar
o o
mast nazar
tu
chaahe agar
duniya bhar ko
duniya bhar ko
bismil kar de
ho
duniya bhar ko
bismil kar de
majnu kar de
farhaad kar de
ghaayal kar de
paagal kar de
ghaayal kar de
paagal kar de
ho
ghaayal kar de
paagal kar de
o o
mast nazar

jab yaad ka toofaan aata hai
dil kalaabaaziyaan khaata hai
ro ro kar
aahen bhar bhar kar
tera aashiq chillaata hai
chillaata hai
o aaja aaja aaja mere dilbar
aasaan meri mushqil kar de
aasaan meri mushqil kar de
aasaan meri mushqil kar de
o o mast nazar

ab rok le apne teere e nazar
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa
ab rok le apne teere e nazar
har tarf hai zakhmee dil aur jigar
Delhi Madras Calcutta Bombay
toot gaya hai laakhon sar
hai waqt bura
duniya na kahin
badnaam tujhe qaatil kar de
badnaam tujhe qaatil kar de
badnaam tujhe qaatil kar de
o o o
mast nazar


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“Manmauji”(1962) was directed by Krishnan Panju for AVM, Madras. The movie had Kishore Kumar, Sadhana, Pran, Anwar Hussain, Ashim Kumar, Sundar, Kumari Naaz, Durga Khote, Leela Chitnis, Sulochana Chatterji, Achala Sachdev, Bharati Roy, Jayalalitha, Devika, Baby Farida etc in it.

Four songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Unlike what I thought about the songs of this movie, it turns out that Kishore Kumar sings only three songs out of the eight songs of this movie. Two Kishore Kumar solos from this movie have been discussed in the past.

Here is the third Kishore Kumar song from “Manmauji”(1962). It is a Kishore Kumar-Lata duet in fact. The song is written by Rajinder Krishan and I find the lyrics as heart warming and cute as that of the iconic Kishore Kumar song Zaroorat hai zaroorat hai from this movie.

The song is picturised on Kishore Kumar and Sadhana.

Music is composed by Madan Mohan.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Nitin Shah.


Song-Ek thha Abdul Rehman (Mannauji)(1962) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lata, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Madan Mohan

Lyrics(Provided by Nitin Shah)

Ek thha abdul rehmaan
sachi
haan
ek thha abdul rehmaan
ek thhi abdul rehmaniya
ab main hoon ek manmauji
tu ban ja manmaujaniya
ho
ho ho ho
sun sun mere manmauji
main teri hoon sajaniya
tu kar de ek ishaara
main chhodoon saari duniya
ho
ho ho ho

main deewaana aawaara
mujhko log kahen naakaara
zara soch le
besahaare ko banaaya toone
apna sahaara
zara soch le
ho o
maine tajmahal kab maanga aa aa
maine tajmahal kab maanga aa aa
toone pyaar diya jab maanga aa
toone pyaar diya jab maanga aa
sun shaahjahaan mere dil ke
main hoon dil se teri shaahjaniya
teri shaahjaniya
teri shaahjaniya haan

ek thha abdul rehman
ek thhi abdul rehmaniya
ab tu hai ek manmauji
main teri manmaujaniya

ho
ho ho ho

ho ho ho ho
ho ho ho ho ho ho
ho ho ho ho
ho ho ho ho

raaja mujhe kaanch ki tu choodi laa de ae
raaja mujhe kaanch ki tu choodi laa de
sone ke na chaandi ke main maangoon waade
dukh sukh tere mere aadhe aadhe ae
raaja mujhe kaanch ki tu choodi laa de ae
raja mujhe kanch ki tu choodi laa de

gareebon ki muhabbat zamaane se niraali
iraade bade bade aur jeben khaali khaali
gareebon ki muhabbat zamaane se niraali
iraade bade bade aur jeben khaali khaali
tu jo pyaar se mujhe de de
mujhe pyaari hai teri do-aniya
teri do-aniya
hai teri do-aniya haa

ek thha abdul rehman
ek thhi abdul rehmaniya
ab main hoon ek manmauji
tu ban ja manmaujaniya
ho
ho ho ho
sun sun mere manmauji
mai teri hoon sajaniya
tu kar de ek ishaara
main chhodoon saari duniya
ho
ho ho ho


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“Village Girl” (1945) was directed by K Amarnath for Ramnik Production. The movie had Noor Jehan, M.Nazir, Jagadish Sethi, Durga Khote, Rama Shukul, Anant Marathe, Rajkumari Shukla, Rajkumari Kapoor, Bikram Kapoor, F.M.Khan etc. in it.

Nine songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the tenth song from the movie.

This song is sung by Amirbai Karnataki. Wali Sahab is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shyam Sundar.

The song is picturised as a baaraat dance song. I am unable to identify the lady singing and dancing on this song. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify her.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Nitin Shah.


Song-Sainyya salone se nain mila ke (Village Girl)(1945) Singer-Ameerbai Karnataki, Lyrics-Wali Sahab, MD-Shyam Sundar

Lyrics(Provided by Nitin Shah)

sainya salone se nain
sainya salone se nain
mila ke
preet laga ke
haaye ae ae
jaan gayi
saiya salone se nain
meri jaan gayi
jaan gayi
jaan gayi
meri jaan gayi
jaan gayi
jaan gayi ee
sainya salone se nain
sainya salone se nain
sainya salone se nain

o o o o
raavi kinaare
raavi kinaare mora chhota sa gaanv
raavi kinaare mora chhota sa gaanv
patjhad ki dhoop chhaaon saawan ki chhaav(?)
patjhad ki dhoop chhaaon sawan ki chhaav(?)
sooni nagariya basa more raja ho
more sainya ho
meri jaan gayi
jaan gayi
jaan gayi
meri jaan gayi
jaan gayi
jaan gayi ee
sainya salone se nain
sainya salone se nain
mila ke
preet laga ke
haaye ae jaan gayi ee
sainya salone se nain

o o o o
nainon ke gaanv mein
nainon ke gaanv mein
aaja re baalam
nainon ke gaanv mein
aaja re baalam
sapnon ki duniya basa ja re baalam
sapnon ki duniya basa ja re baalam
virhan ko garwa laga more raaja ho
more sainya ho
meri jaan gayi
jaan gayi
jaan gayi
meri jaan gayi
jaan gayi
jaan gayi ee
sainya salone se nain


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Most of us were born in Independent India and we grew up reading about the Independence movement in our textbooks and other publications. These publications informed us that the non violent movement for independence moved the rulers. They saw the errors of their ways and peacefully quit India.
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