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“Afsar” (1950) was a Navketan Films production. It was directed by Chetan Anand. The movie had Dev Anand, Suraiya, Krishan Dhawan, Rashid Khan, Ruma Guha Thakurta, Manmohan Krishna, Kanhaiyalal etc in it.

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

Here is the seventh and final song from “Afsar” (1950).

Manmohan Krishna had sung two songs in this movie and both of them were wonderful songs that have ended up becoming rare songs.

The first of these songs have been discussed in the past. This song is the second Manmohan Krishna song from the movie.

This tune of this delightful song would remind people of the “Suhaag”(1979) song “teri rab ne bana di jodi”. Now we know about what song inspired the “Suhaag”(1979) song.

Vishwamitra Adil is the lyricist. Music is composed by S D Burman.

Only the audio of this song is available but it is clear that the song is picturised on Manmohan Krisha himself.

With this song, “Afsar”(1950) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Jhat khol de kiwaad pat khol de (Afsar)(1950) Singer-Manmohan Krishna, Lyrics-Vishwamitra Adil, MD-S D Burman

jhat khol de kiwaad
pat khol de ae
jhat khol de
ho jhat khol de kiwaad
pat khol de
badhaai dene ko aaye ae
aaye tere ghar
dekh tere hamsaaye
ho jhat khol de kiwaad
pat khol de ae
jhat khol de
ho jhat khol de kiwaad
pat khol de
badhaai dene ko aaye ae
aaye tere ghar
dekh tere hamsaaye

chal tan ke nikal
ban thhan ke nikal
ban thhan ke nikal
ban thhan ke
ho chal tan ke na chal
ban thhan ke ae
chal tan ke
ho chal tan ke nikal
ban thhan ke
kismat jaag uthhi teri ee
teri
khilaa de barfi
na kar deri

chhat phaad ke
tera hi ghar taad ke
tera hi ghar taad ke
tera hi ghar taad ke
ho chhat phaad ke
tera hi ghar taad ke ae
chhat phaad ke
ho chhat phaad ke
tera hi ghar taad ke
tere hi ghar aa pahuncha
baabu
baabu
kabootar sone ka
kar kaaboo

koi aayega
dulhan le jaayega
dulhan le jaayega
dulhan le jaayega
koi aayega
dulhan le jaayega
haan koi aayega
dulhan le jaayega
bajega angna mein baaja aa
baaja
tu afsar ban jaa re mere raaja
o jhat khol de kiwaad
pat khol de ae
jhat khol de
ho jhat khol de kiwaad
pat khol de
badhaai dene ko aaye ae
aaye tere ghar
dekh tere hamsaaye
ho jhat khol de kiwaad
pat khol de ae
jhat khol de
ho jhat khol de kiwaad
pat khol de
badhaai dene ko aaye ae
aaye tere ghar
dekh tere hamsaaye

o digd digi
digd digi
digd diga
o digd digi
digd diga
digd digi
digd digi
daa


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Songs have become an integral part of Hindi films since the advent of talkies in 1931. In the early 1930s, most of the Hindi film songs were influenced by the Hindustani classical ragas. This was understandable as most of the music directors of that period had exposure to Hindustani classical music. However, from the 1940s, songs based on semi-classical genres such as Thumri, Dadra, Khayal and folk music began to playe a predominant role in Hindi film music. The impact of Begum Akhtar on film music was evident as even ghazals were sung in thumri format in the films. At the same period, Kolkata based music directors were greatly influenced by Rabindra Sangeet while composing Hindi and Bengali film songs.
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“Jeewan” (1944) is an obscure movie with equally obscure songs in it. This movie was produced by A R Kardar and directed by M Sadiq. The movie had Mehtab, Badri Prasad, Anwar, Shyam Kumar, Misra, Sofia, Nirmala etc in it.

Three songs from this movie has been discussed in the past. Here is another song from the movie. This song, an obscure song, is sung by Nirmala Devi. D N Madhok is the lyricist. Music is composed by Naushad.
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“Jhumroo”(1961) was directed by Shankar Mukherji for K S Films, Bombay. Though the banner does not reflect it, this movie was in reality the home production of Kishore Kumar. Kishore Kumar played multiple roles in it, viz. that of the producer, actor, singer, music director etc. In addition, the movie had his brother, wife, sister in law etc also figuring in it.
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“Do Bhai” (1947) was directed by Munshi Dil for Filmistan. The movie had Kamini Kaushal, Ulhas, Rajan Haksar, Paro, Rajendra Singh, Nayampalli, Abdul Mazid, Kanta Kumari, Vikram Kapoor, Baby Tara, Radha, Afghan Sandow, Tiwari etc in it.
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New Theatre, Calcutta’s “Dhoop Chhaaon”(1935), a remake of their Bangla movie “BhagyaChakra”(1935) was directed by Nitin Bose. The movie had Biswanath Bhaduri, Vikram Kapoor, K C Dey, Ajmat Bibi, Nawab, Kidar Sharma, Uma Shashi, Dev Bala, Nagendra Bala, Giridharilal Vaidhya, Babulal, Ahi Sanyal, Indu Mukherji, Trilok Kapoor etc in it.
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“Prem Ki Aag”(1936) was directed by M L Kapur for Mukhtaar Film Company, Bombay. The movie had Mukhtaar Begam, Haseena Banu, Bhai Desa, Pran Shankar Acharya, F M Butt, D N Uppal, A R Akhtar, Safdar Ali etc in it.
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“Kaale Baadal”(1950) was directed by Anand Thakur for National Film of India production. The movie had Pushpa, Shyam, Meena, Gope, Jeevan, Raj Mehra, Ramesh Sinha, Tabassum, Hansa, M. Rajan, Pratima Devi etc in it.
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“Piya Ki Jogan”(1936) , also known as “Puchased Bride” was directed by Hiren Bose for Golden Eagle Movietone, Sindh. The movie had Sardar Akhtar, Pramod Chandra, Krishna Kumari, Merwan Irani, D Manik, Ashalat, Vasu H K, Sheila, Agha Jaan, Bannerji, Niranjan Singh, Meharbaan, Anil Biswas etc in it.
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“Amar Prem”(1936) was directed by Natwar Shyam for Vishnu Cinetone, Bombay. The movie had Ansuya, Aashiq Hussain, Himmatlal, P R Joshi, Kanta, S Nazir, Anwari, Samson, Fazlu, Mohanlal etc in it.
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