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This article is written by Sudhir, 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.

Songs to Tickle Your Memory – 22
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Six films in all, from 1958 to 1960.  That is how long his career lasted.  As a solo music director I mean.  After this six films, the brothers opted to work as a duo, a combination that lasted his lifetime, creating phenomenal music for more than 250 films.

Remembering Kalyanji on the anniversary of his birth today (30 June).

Originally from Kundrodi in Kutch, Gujarat, the brothers moved to Bombay with their father.  Here, he setup a small general merchant shop.  The duo’s first music teacher was a person who knew next to nothing about music.  He was a tenant, and in lieu of not being able to pay rent, he offered to teach music to the kids.  Not much would have come from this training, but it did sow seeds of a passionate interest in the mind of the brothers.  By the time 1950s came around, these two young men in their early twenties, had set up a musical group named Kalyanji Virji and Party, and started doing musical shows.

Came 1954 and with it came the film ‘Nagin’. The ‘been’ music, played on the instrument ‘clavioline’, took the entire country by storm.  This music, played by Kalyan ji and Ravi, both assistants to Hemant Kumar, established their credentials, in an industry wherein the names of assistant music directors are not even known in most cases.  In fact the ‘been’ music was released on a separate 78 rpm gramophone record (N51432), which carries the names of Kalyanji and Ravi Shankar.

Kalyanji had to wait for four years though, to get his first independent break.  1958 saw the release of ‘Samrat Chandragupt’, and the listeners got to hear the now famous music of “Chaahe Paas Ho Chaahe Door Ho”.  In the three years till 1960, five more films came with music from this talented new comer – ‘Post Box 999’ (“Mere Dil Mein Hai Ik Baat”, “O. . . Neend Na Mujhko Aaye”), ‘Bedard Zamaana Kya Jaane’ (“Naina Hain Jaadu Bhare”, “Kyun Miley Tum Hum, Bewafa O Sanam”, “Door Kahin Tu Chal, Dil Rahaa Hai Machal”), ‘Ghar Ghar Ki Baat’ (“Le Ke Haathon Mein Haath Chalen Saath Saath”, “Ye Samaa Ye Khushi, Bolo Jee Bolo Jee”), ‘O Tera Kya Kehna’ (“Dil Le Ke Jaate Ho Kahaan”, “Majnoo Ke Chhilke Chor Hain Ye Dil Ke”) and ‘Delhi Junction’ (“Naam Tera Leke Mohey Chhede Hai Zamaana”, “Zaalim Zamaane Ne Itna Sataaya Hai”).  Interesting to note that his brother Anandji and the future duo of Laxmikant Pyaarelal were his assistants in these films. These films must be the very first six films that he contracted for.  Then in 1959, he decided to go it together with his brother.  In that year itself, the films ‘Madaari’, ‘Chandrasena’ and ‘Satta Bazaar’ were released, which carried the credit for music director as Kalyanji Anandji.

1960 saw the arrival of ‘Chhalia’.  ‘Himalay Ki God Mein’ came in 1965, followed by ‘Jab Jab Phool Khile’ in the same year. The duo had made a place for themselves as a musical force to be reckoned with in the industry.
(PS: Thanks Nitin ji for the corrections.)

This song is another of the lilting memories from the radio listening days.  The video clip shows the song being performed by Nishi, as she is serenading and trying to please Pran, who apparently is very ready and willing to be pleased by a beautiful maiden singing to him.  The film is produced by RL Sharma for the banner of Nigaaristan (India) Films, Bombay, and is directed by Mohammed Husain.  The cast of actors includes Ajeet, Shakeela, Nishi, Maruti, Manorama, Tiwari, Pran, Protima Devi, Murad, Rafiq, Kamal Mohan, Harun, Anwari Bai, Pal Sharma, Jagdish Kanwal, Nadir, Satish, Sadiq, Sarita, Kukku, Rajni, and Khurshid etc.  The six songs are written by PL Santoshi, Prem Dhawan, Farooque Kaiser and Gulshan Bawra.  This song is from the pen of PL Santoshi.  The singing voice is that of Lata Mangeshkar.

The video clip seems to be made from a TV transmission, and from a reel set that is either heavily edited or it is originally damaged.  The video clip is 45 seconds shorter than the audio clip (made from the 78 rpm gramophone record), for the same two antaraa song.

The melody and the instrumentation are both very attractive.  Listening to this song is definitely going to strum the strings of your heart.
Enjoy.

Video (missing words)

Audio (complete)

Song – Tere Mukhde Ki Dekhi Jhalak Jab Se (Delhi Junction) (1960) Singer – Lata Mangehskar, Lyrics – PL Santoshi, MD – Kalyanji Veerji Shah

Lyrics

tere mukhde ki dekhi jhalak jab se
tere mukhde ki dekhi jhalak jab se
meri laage
na sainyyaan
palak tab se
meri laage
na sainyyaan
palak tab se
tere mukhde ki dekhi jhalak jab se
meri laage
na sainyyaan
palak tab se
tere mukhde ki dekhi jhalak jab se

pyaar mein tere
jaadu bharaa hai
chain jiya ka loot liya hai
pyaar mein tere
jaadu bharaa hai
chain jiya ka loot liya hai
bolungi tera julm sab se
jaa ke bolungi tera julm sab se
meri laage
na sainyyaan
palak tab se
tere mukhde ki dekhi jhalak jab se
meri laage
na sainyyaan
palak tab se
tere mukhde ki dekhi jhalak jab se

jaam nazar ka
chhalka chhalka
dard hai dil mein
halka halka
jaam nazar ka
chhalka chhalka
dard hai dil mein
halka halka
ho gayin hoon teri balam kab se
main to ho gayin hoon teri balam kab se
meri laage
na sainyyaan
palak tab se
tere mukhde ki dekhi jhalak jab se
meri laage
na sainyyaan
palak tab se
tere mukhde ki dekhi jhalak jab se

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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तेरे मुखड़े की देखी झलक जब से
तेरे मुखड़े की देखी झलक जब से
मेरी लागे
ना सैंय्यां
पलक तब से
मेरी लागे
ना सैंय्यां
पलक तब से
तेरे मुखड़े की देखी झलक जब से
मेरी लागे
ना सैंय्यां
पलक तब से
तेरे मुखड़े की देखी झलक जब से

प्यार में तेरे
जादू भरा है
चैन जिया का लूट लिया है
प्यार में तेरे
जादू भरा है
चैन जिया का लूट लिया है
बोलूंगी तेरा जुल्म सब से
जा के बोलूंगी तेरा जुल्म सब से
मेरी लागे
ना सैंय्यां
पलक तब से
तेरे मुखड़े की देखी झलक जब से
मेरी लागे
ना सैंय्यां
पलक तब से
तेरे मुखड़े की देखी झलक जब से

जाम नज़र का
छलका छलका
दर्द है दिल में
हल्का हल्का
हो गईं हूँ तेरी बलम कब से
मैं तो हो गईं हूँ तेरी बलम कब से
मेरी लागे
ना सैंय्यां
पलक तब से
तेरे मुखड़े की देखी झलक जब से
मेरी लागे
ना सैंय्यां
पलक तब से
तेरे मुखड़े की देखी झलक जब से



This article is written by Sudhir, 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.

The Wonderful Sounds of 1930s – 9
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What an enchanting and rare piece of music this one is.  Coming from the 1935 film ‘Raaj Mukut’, this song is part of the history that is eight decades old now.  Of the fourteen songs that are listed for this film in the Geet Kosh, only this one is so far traceable and available.

The lyrics are from the pen of Pt Shiv Kumar, and the music is by Gobindrao Tembe.  Incidentally, Gobindrao Tembe is also the director of the film, that has been produced under the banner of Shalini Cinetone of Kolhapur.  The list of actors is given as K Vasudev, GS Tembe, SD Joshi, VM Garde, Aslam Lodhi, Sundari, Ameena, Tanibai, D Dudhale, Vinayak Kale.  The singer’s name is not identified in the Geet Kosh listings.  In 1935, playback singing had not yet taken the front seat in song recordings.  The songs were filmed live in the voices of the actors themselves.  It could be any other actor listed above.  A name GS Tembe appears in the list, but I am not certain if this is the same person as Gobindrao Tembe.  I request other knowledgeable readers and friends to please add more information on this.

The more I am discovering about Gobindrao Tembe, I find him to be a multifaceted artist and creator, who was very active in theatres, films and classical music.  He is acknowledged as an excellent performing artist, as well as a talented director and a manager, who produced and directed numerous stage and film productions, and also acted in them.  He was closely associated with the All India Radio, and produced many plays and music programs for them.  Following is a brief bio-sketch for him, taken from the website Indianetzone.com.

Govindrao Tembe was a Marathi composer who is a prominent actor and also a playwright. He was born in Kolhapur to a family closely associated with Shahu Maharaja in 1881. Govindrao Tembe held several jobs as clerk, lawyer, and circus manager before joining the Kirloskar Natak Mandali as male lead. Bal Gandharva, Ganesh Bodas, and Tembe left Kirloskar to form the Gandharva Natak Mandali in 1913. For quite some time this company reigned supreme in Marathi theatre and much of the credit goes to Tembe as the first ‘music director’. He was responsible for composing apt classical tunes and training the singers. His acting in Deval’s versions of Sanskrit material, as Charudatta in Mrichchhakatik and Pundarik in Shapa sambhram, also won critical acclaim. After 1915 the Gandharva Mandali in turn split up, and Tembe set up his Shivraj Natak Mandali, named after Shahu Maharaja’s son, prince Shivaji. It staged old plays as well as its own productions, among which Vasudevshastri Khare’s Chitravanchana i.e. ‘Deceived by a Picture’ in 1917 and Krishnakanchan i.e. ‘Dark Lustre’ in 1917, and a translation of Manishankar Trivedi’s Siddha-sansar or ‘Successful Life’ did extremely well. Tembe trained Shankarrao Sarnaik and Dattopant Pethkar, who are its two main artists. With Rajarambapu Purohit and Dada Ladu on harmonium and tabla, and the Painter brothers for stage settings, Shivraj was very popular, both in south and north India. However, it closed down after ten years.

Govindrao Tembe entered the renowned film company, ‘Prabhat’, as an actor-singer and music director. Making a big impact in 1932 he played the heroes of Maya Machhindra and Ayodhyecha Raja i.e. King of Ayodhya. He went back to Kolhapur and joined Shalini Cinetone where he scored the music for classic films like Usha and Pratibha in 1937. He established his own movie company, Natraj, in partnership with Durga Khote and Parshwanath Altekar, among others. His cinema career was characterized by his versatility as actor, director, music director, scriptwriter, dialogue writer, lyricist, and producer.

Govindrao Tembe wrote several plays based on mythological stories, which served as metaphors for the contemporary scenario of the Swadeshi i.e. nationalist movement. They include Patvardhan in 1924, Tulsidas in 1924, and Vatsalaharan i.e. ‘Vatsala’s Abduction in 1929. He adapted Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest as Gambhir ghatana i.e. ‘Serious Business’ in 1930. He also wrote a series of articles on women and the stage, where he argued how theatre would benefit from actresses.

Govindrao Tembe was a disciple of classical maestros just like Bhaskarbuwa Bakhle and Alladiya Khan. He left an indelible imprint on the development of the light-classical music idiom in Maharashtra. He was an excellent harmonium player who popularized the instrument banned by All India Radio as antithetical to classical music and gave it prestige. His Majha sangit vyasanga i.e. ‘My Musical Pursuits’ in 1939 documents the history of music in Maharashtra. He also wrote extensively on attempts to create post-Sangitnatak classical khayal in Marathi, problems of notating Indian music, and about the harmonium as well. Govindrao Tembe died in the year 1955.

Besides the above piece, I also located here  at the website titled ‘Vijay Parrikar’s Library’, a very detailed and a moving obituary for this magnificent artist.  This obituary makes a very compelling reading.  (After the page loads, click on ‘About Gobindrao Tembe’.)

Listen to this wonderful creation from eighty years ago – marvel and enjoy.

Song – Chalaawo Na Teer e Nazar Jaate Jaate (Raaj Mukut) (1935) Singer – [unidentified male voice], Lyrics – Pt Shiv Kumar, MD – Gobindrao Tembe

Lyrics

chalaawo na teer e nazar jaate jaate
chalaawo na teer e nazar jaate jaate
dikhaawo na apna hunar jaate jaate
dikhaawo na apna hunar jaate jaate

raqeebon ke ghar aap jaayen to jaayen
raqeebon ke ghar aap
raqeebon ke ghar aap jaayen to jaayen
idhar bhi nazar ho udhar jaate jaate
idhar bhi nazar
idhar bhi nazar ho udhar jaate jaate
idhar bhi nazar ho

abhi tak to jaanaa. . .
aaaa aaa  aaaa haa. .aan haa. .aan
abhi tak to jaana hi jaana hua hai
abhi tak to jaana . . jaana hua hai
ke jaayega dard e jigar jaate jaate
ke jaayega dard e jigar jaate jaate
. . . . . jaate

tujhe bhi khabar hai nigaahon ne teri
haa. . .an te. . .ri
haa. . .aan. . .aan
khabar hai nigaahon ne teri
tujhe bhi khabar hai nigaahon ne teri
hazaaron kiye bekhabar jaate jaate
hazaaron kiye
hazaaron kiye bekhabar jaate jaate
hazaaron kiye bekhabar jaate jaate
chalaawo na teer e

qazaa thehr qaatil ki makkaarion ke
qazaa thehr qaatil ki makkaarion ke
zaraa dekhte aankh bhar jaate jaate
zaraa dekhte aankh bhar jaate jaate
zaraa dekhte aankh bhar jaate jaate

chalaawo na teer e nazar jaate jaate
dikhaawo na . . . hunar jaate jaate
dikhaawo na apna hunar jaate jaate
chalaawo na teer e nazar jaate jaate

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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चलावो ना तीर ए नज़र जाते जाते
चलावो ना तीर ए नज़र जाते जाते
दिखावो ना अपना हुनर जाते जाते
दिखावो ना अपना हुनर जाते जाते

रक़ीबों के घर आप जाएँ तो जाएँ
रक़ीबों के घर आप
रक़ीबों के घर आप जाएँ तो जाएँ
इधर भी नज़र हो उधर जाते जाते
इधर भी नज़र
इधर भी नज़र हो उधर जाते जाते
इधर भी नज़र हो

अभी तक तो जाना॰ ॰आss
आss आss आss हाँsss हाँsss
अभी तक तो जाना ही जाना हुआ है
अभी तक तो जाना ॰ ॰ जाना हुआ है
के जाएगा दर्द ए जिगर जाते जाते
के जाएगा दर्द ए जिगर जाते जाते
॰ ॰ ॰ ॰ ॰ ॰ ॰ ॰ जाते

तुझे भी खबर है निगाहों ने तेरी
हाँsss ते॰ ॰री
हाँsss हाँsss
खबर है निगाहों ने तेरी
तुझे भी खबर है निगाहों ने तेरी
हजारों किए बेखबर जाते जाते
हजारों किए
हजारों किए बेखबर जाते जाते
हजारों किए बेखबर जाते जाते
चलावो ना तीर ए

क़ज़ा ठहर क़ातिल की मक्कारीओं के
क़ज़ा ठहर क़ातिल की मक्कारीओं के
ज़रा देखते आँख भर जाते जाते
ज़रा देखते आँख भर जाते जाते
ज़रा देखते आँख भर जाते जाते
चलावो ना तीर ए नज़र जाते जाते
दिखावो ना अपना ॰ ॰ जाते जाते
दिखावो ना अपना हुनर जाते जाते
चलावो ना तीर ए नज़र जाते जाते


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“Maaya Jaal”(1962) aka “Jaadoogar” was a partially colour film (which was usual for movies of that era). This movie was directed by Babubhai Mistry for Rajhans Pictures, Bombay. This quintessential B grade movie had Ranjan, Chitra, Manhar Desai, Krishna Kumari, Pal Sharma, Mumtaz Begam, Nazeer, Shree Bhagwan, Maruti, Radhika etc in it.
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Songs to Tickle Your Memory – 21
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There is an email from Avinash ji today morning wherein he has commented about the pace of posting in the current couple of weeks.  I quote – “. . . and this is where all my daily routine is getting affected, because the blog and the posts is my biggest motivation and new posts are not coming at earlier pace (leave alone my contributions :) even others’ are very less, no doubt, as you had said our BOSSES must be having some other priorities#”.  So not exactly taken by any surprises, still it is heartening to note that the daily routine of our fellow travelers is entwined with the set of daily posts that appear on this blog. I know there have been similar discussions and comments in the past.  And the spirit continues. :)
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Duniya Ye Duniya, Toofaan Mail” – the iconic song from the 1942 film ‘Jawaab’, which introduced the name Kanan Devi to the film audiences countrywide, outside of Bengal.  This song came from the pen of lyricist / story writer / dialogue writer Budhichandra Agarwal, better known to the music lovers as Pt Madhur.  Incidentally, ‘Jawaab’ was the debut film for him.

Remembering Pt Madhur on the anniversary of his passing away today (8th June).
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The Wonderful Sounds of 1930s – 8
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An absolute gem.  A duet song from 1938 about which almost no information is available.  Just that the film is ‘Baanke Saanwariya’ and the name of the music director is  Damodar Sharma.  I even checked the actual 78 rpm record of this song, which is available with my friend.  Even the names of the singers is not mentioned.
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VINTAGE SHAMSHAD BEGUM…..Song No. 2
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Today’s song is from film Ratnavali-45. Not a very well known name. Even in those days,it was not a film known by many ! But it had very good songs. This was a costume film made by Amar Pictures.

Amar Pictures was owned by Chimanlal Desai- who had established Sagar movietone in 1930 along with Dr. Ambalal Patel. Both were actually in Distribution business, but they entered film production line with the help of Ardeshir Irani of Imperial Film Company. Dr. Patel left Sagar around 1936 to go back to his Distribution business again and Chimanlal left Sagar in 1939 to form National Studios, joining hands with RCA’s Yusuf Fazalbhoy.
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“Raag Rang” (1952) was produced under the banner of Bali sisters production and it was produced by Geeta Bali and Sudha Bali. The movie was directed by Digvijay. The movie had Ashok Kumar, Geeta Bali, Ruma Guha Thakurta, Sudha Bali, Madan Puri, Agha, Raja Paranjpe, Sundar, Janki Das, S Nazir etc in it.
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“Chori Mera Kaam”(1975) was directed by Brij for Sadanah Brothers, Bombay. The movie had Ashok Kumar, Shashi Kapoor, Zeenat Aman, Pran, Anwar Hussain, David, Deven Verma, Ifthikaar, Raza Murad, Shetty, Maruti, Asha Potdar, Komilla Virk, Urmila Bhatt, Anoop Kumar, Appi Umrani, Chaman Puri, Janki Das, Fazal, Khursheed Khan, Lamba, Dilip Dutt etc in it.
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“Pyaase Panchhi”(1960) was directed by Harsukh Bhatt for Shree Prakash films, Bombay. The movie had Ameeta, Mehmood, Jeewan, David, Malika, Niranjan Sharma, Leela Mishra, Athavle, Omprakash Sharma, C L Shah, Narbada Shankar, Agha etc in it.
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