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Today (24 october 2014) is the birthday of Greta, who is known to most of us as Memsaab of the blog memsaabstory.com. Her blog began in 2007 and it soon became a favourite blog and a meeting place of HFM bloggers. This blog began one year after her blog and I would stumble upon her blog quite frequently during my search for songs. For quite some time I was under the impression that she was a blogger of Indian origin who was based in US. It took me some time to realise that she was an American lady with no previous Indian connections and that she had learnt about Hindi movies from the ground zero up, and that too in just a few years. She in fact describes her initiation into India in general and and Hindi movies in particular in great and interesting details.

Personally I learnt a great deal about Hindi movies from her blog. I was not aware of movies like “Miss Mary” (1956), “Solva Saal”(1958) etc before I visited her blog. And I, like many other bloggers learnt about many forgotten artists of the past. We all are extremely thankful to Greta for introducing us to artists like Laxmi Chhaaya, Bela Bose, Edwina, Nazir Kashmiri etc.

I have not yet discussed about her articles so far. Her tremendous sense of humour, eyes for detail, and finding interesting and original angles out of seemingly trivial situations makes her an author who can keep her readers spellbound from the first word to the last. Her reviews of movies are more entertaining than the movies themselves and she can make you feel like watching those movies again, no matter how boring you found these movies in the first place. She is blessed with that kind of persuasive abilities.

And let us not forget her qualities as a human being. She is an extremely friendly, generous and tolerant person. I have seen some extremely nasty and offensive comments in her blog but she has dealt with them with the kind of patience and tolerance that very few people can have. It is her welcoming and accomodating nature that has won her several admirers and it was these qualities, coupled with her mastery over her topics of discussion that made people become her fans and repeat visitors to her blog.

Some of the artists that she greatly admires are Shammi Kapoor, Chandramohan, Dara Singh, Ranjeet, Helen, Asha Parekh, Mumtaz, Raakhi etc.

She has made friends not only among ordinary bloggers but also in the Hindi movie world. Names like Raju Hirani and Aamir Khan of the present generation and people like Edwina, Ted Lyons etc from the previous generations are some people who have become her close acquaintances by now.

Her love and compassion extends not just among fellow humans but extends to other creatures too. She is a great dog lover and many of her articles in the blog are on her pets. She have had several dogs by now and these dogs are extremely well known to us all thanks to her articles and photographs.

When I write any articles on dogs in this blog, I look forward to Greta’s comment on the article. She on one occasion wrote ane aricle in her blog on anipals.

Greta has been a great supporter of this blog. She put in some nice words about this blog in her blog during the early days and helped this blog pick up steam and gain momentum. She has also been kind enough to write a few guest articles in this blog.

Of late, she has not been very active in her blog. The reason cited by her is that she is unable to find new things to write. When I approached her to write a guest article during the 10k celebrations of this blog, she expressed the same reservations, but I persisted. She agreed to write a guest post and I must say that I found her article just as great as any that she had written in the past.

She has been the catalyst behind some great Hindi movie related initiatives. One of them is the “artists gallery” where she has collected lots of photographs of artists active in various decades and have put names to those faces after considerable research. The other initiative is getting together a team of talented collaborators who have helped improve the qulaity of original source material and add sub titles to these movies. These movies, which are great boons for non Hindi speaking movie lovers are made available as “Edu productions” movies, where Edu stands for Edwina, the HF artist from 1960s who by now is like a family to us- she is that well known by now among us- mainly thanks to Greta.

I can go on and on, because I as her unabashed admirer have lots of things to say about her. But I think this should suffice for now.

On this occasion, here is a song from “Raaka” (1965). This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Chorus. Asad Bhopali is the lyricist. Music is composed by Dattaram. The song is picturised on two of her favourite artists namely Mumtaz and Dara Singh. The song itself is an “expression of love” song lip synced by Mumtaz and others.

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

Here is wishing Greta a very happy birthday on behalf of all of us.


Song-Haaye ghazab ho gaya(Raaka)(1965)Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Asad Bhopali, MD-Dattaram
Chorus(Provide by Nitin Shah)

Lyrics(Provided by Nitin Shah)

hahahaha

bolo na
koi mila raah mein
achcha
aur dil kho gaya
phir kya hua
haaye ghazab ho gaya
haaye ghazab ho gaya
haaye ghazab ho gaya
koi mila raah mein
aur dil kho gaya
haaye koi mila raah mein
aur dil kho gaya
phir kya hua
arre haaye ghazab ho gaya aa
haaye ghazab ho gaya

usne bhi dekha
maine bhi dekha
usne bhi dekha
maine bhi dekha
haaye donon ki nazren milin
oye oye oye oye door se
yeh baat hai
main bhi na boli
wo bhi na bola
main bhi na boli
wo bhi na bola
haaye aankhon mein baat huyi
haaye haaye haaye haaye door se
o mujhe pyaar se
achcha
yoon hi dekha kiya
phir kya hua
arre haaye ghazab ho gaya
haaye ghazab ho gaya aa aa aa
haaye ghazab ho gaya

uske ishaare
thhe bade pyaare
uske ishaare thhe bade pyaare
haaye main un ishaare mein
haaye haaye haaye haaye
kho gayi
haaye daiyya
tauba ji tauba
aage hua kya
tauba ji tauba
aage hua kya
haaye main to deewaani si oye oye oye oye ho gayi
jaane kya soch ke
sochh ke
wo kareeb aa gaya
phir kya hua
haaye haaye haaye ghazab ho gaya aa aa
haaye ghazab ho gaya aa aa
haaye ghazab ho gaya

hosh uda ke
pyaar jataa ke
hosh uda ke
pyaar jataa ke
arre zalim ne dil mera
haaye haaye haaye haaye le liya
hoye hoye hoye
socha na samjha
dekha na bhala
socha na samjha
dekha na bhala
arre dil leke dard mujhe
oye oye oye oye de diya
mera dil chheen ke
haaye
wo kahin chal diya
phir kya hua
arre haaye ghazab ho gaya aa aa
haaye ghazab ho gaya aa aa
haaye ghazab ho gaya
koi mila raah mein
aur dil kho gaya
haaye koi mila raah mein
aur dil kho gaya
phir kya hua
haaye ghazab ho gaya aa aa
haaye ghazab ho gaya aa aa
haaye ghazab ho gaya aa aa
haaye ghazab ho gaya aa aa
haaye ghazab ho gaya

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“Mausam” (1975) was produced by P Mallikarjuna Rao and directed by Gulzar for Sunandini Pictures. This movie was losely based on A J Cronin’s novel “The Judas Tree” (source-wikipedia). The movie had Sanjeev Kumar, Sharmila Tagore, Dina Pathak, C.S.Dubey, Om Shivpuri, T.P.Jain, Agha, Kamal Deep, Satyen Kappu, Lily Chakravarty, Pinchoo Kapoor, Mrinal Mukherjee, Shekhar Purohit, Yogendra, Nasir, R.Chopra, Mona Rajput, Baldev Mehta, Anwar, Chandu, Anand Pal, Ramnath etc in it.

Three songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the fourth song from this movie. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Gulzar is the lyricist. Music is composed by Madan Mohan.

The song is picturised on Sharmila Tagore, with Sanjeev Kumar, Agha and Nasir also visible in the picturisation.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

Technically this should have been Prakashchandra’s 800th lyrics contribution, but he also sent the lyrics of the sad version of the title song of “Chalte Chalte” a few hours ago and that became his 800th lyrics contribution in the blog. I was hoping that nobody would notice and I would present this writeup as Prakashchandra’s 800th contribution. But “spoilsports” that Avinash Scrapwala and Pradip Raghunathan are, they noticed the fact and posted their congratulatory message, while I wanted a more “formal” way of congratulating him.:)

This post is our formal felicitation to Prakashchandra. Prakashchandra has become the first lyrics contributor to breach the 800 mark which is a mind boggling feat indeed. And let me remind all that it is only the tip of the iceberg. Lots more of his lyrics are lying pending in my inbox and it is my inability of handle them all that has slowed down his progress.

In addition to the sheer volume of his contribution, the quality of his lyrics also stand out. These songs are carefully picked songs and then he carries out detailed resaerch on these songs and their movies. In fact Prakashchandra sends lots of details with his contributions. Details about the movie, its makers and the artists form part of his contributions. His lyrics are properly colour coded. His earlier contribution that was discussed yesterday on the occasion of Deepaawali is a case in point. That song from “Amba”(1990), which was over seven minutes long, had five singers and three different kinds of chorus. So just imagine the volume of colour coding required for that song ! And then add the sheer effort in noting down the full lyrics of the song.

As mentioned earlier, lots of his contributions are still lying pending with me. But he is an extremely patient and understanding person, who understands my limitations. He sends me contributions for special occasions viz festivals, anniversaries of artists etc. Even if I am unable to post his contributions on those occasions, he keeps track of these pending songs and informs me whenever other occasions arise when those songs could be used. There have been occasions when I discussed Prakashchandra’s contributions three years after they were sent to me. :)

The fact that he does not take mind, nor does he get disheartened, shows his largeheartedness and compassion as well as his sheer love and determination for the cause of music.

While Pradeep Raghunathan awaits YIPPEE opportunities in the blog, it is Prakashchnadra who is allowing me create lots of those moments by sending me final lyrics from movies. In fact even this song is the final song from the movie.

I take this opportunity to congratulate Prakashchandra on breaching the 800 lyrics contribution mark and hope that he will continue to be one of the strong pillars of the blog.

And with this song, “Mausam” (1975) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.

Audio(full)

Video(partial)

Song-Mere ishq mein laakhon latke(Mausam)(1975) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Gulzar, MD-Madan Mohan

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

mere ishq mein laakhon latke
balam zara hatke
balam zara hatke
hho mere ishq mein laakhon latke
balam zara hatke
balam zara hatke
haayye haayye haayye
maaroongi aankh toh
neel pad jaayegaa
main maarongi aankh toh
neel pad jaayega
balam zaraa
balam zara
hatke hatke hatke
mere ishq mein laakhon latke
balam zara hatke
balam zara hatke
hho mere ishq mein laakhon latke
balam zara hatke
balam zara hatke ae

sutli se patli
hai mori kamariyaa…aaaa…aaa
haayye raam
sutli se patli
hai mori kamariyaa
kamariya se baandhi hai maine gagariyaa
gagariyaa na chhalke zaraa
hatke hatke hatke
mere ishq mein laakhon latke
balam zara hatke
balam zara hatke
hho mere ishq mein laakhon latke
balam zara hatke
balam zara hatke

shaukeen kehte hain
chhappan chhuri hai
shaukeen kehte hain
kehte hain kehte hain
shaukeen kehte hain
chhappan chhuri hai
dil ki toh achchi hai aadat buri hai
shaukeen kehte hain
chhappan chhouri hai
dil ki toh achchi hai aadat buri hai
aadi(??) na honaa zara hatke hatke hatke
mere ishq mein laakhon latke
balam zara hatke
balam zara hatke
hho mere ishq mein laakhon latke
balam zara hatke
balam zara hatke ae

badaami rang pe surkhi sharaab ki…eeee
haayye haayye ae
badaami rang pe surkhi sharaab ki
saiyyaan ne dekho meri aadat kharaab ki
muft na lagaanaa
zaraa hatke hatke hatke
mere ishq mein laakhon latke
balam zara hatke
balam zara hatke
haayye rey maaroongi aankh toh
neel pad jaayega
main maarongi aankh toh
neel pad jaayega
balam zaraa
balam zara
hatke hatke hatke
mere ishq mein laakhon latke
balam zara hatke
balam zara hatke
mere ishq mein laakhon latke
balam zara hatke
balam zara hatke ae


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.

Hindi film industry is like an ocean.Several small and big rivers join it and the ocean too gracefully accepts everything. Once inside, the individual rivers lose their identity and become a part of the ocean. Similarly, people from all corners of India join this industry, but only few get proper opportunity and recognition here. The rest simply disappear in this ocean. Success, they say, has no formula. Famous composer C.Ramchandra had once said, ‘If only there is anyone who can predict correctly what will succeed and what the public will like, such a person can earn millions here !’
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“Do Phool” (1958) was directed by A R Kardar for Silver Wings Productions. The movie had Baby Naaz,Romi, Vijaya Chowdhary, Bipin Gupta, Ullhas, Jeevan, Pratima Devi, Rajan Haksar, Neelam, Ameer Banoo, Mumtaz Begum, Bannerji, Nasreen, Tiloo, Amir Ali, Agha, David Abraham etc in it.
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Yesterday was another day with no posts in the blog. I began a long and gruelling return journey from early hours of yesterday and arrived back this morning, some 28 hours later. I was able to connect on the internet during this journey but I spent this time catching up with the pending housekeeping works of the blog instead of trying to discuss more songs which would have resulting in postponing the housekeeping works even further.
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Today (17 octobr 2014) is the birth anniversary of Simi Garewal (DoB 17 october 1947). If there is one person who can be described to be an ageless wonder then it has to be her. She has not changed much in appearance for over 50 years right from the time she made her debut in Hindi movies in 1962.
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The blog has seen two dry days in a row when no new posts were made. It is something unusual for the blog but it cannot be avoided. As it is, I was travelling all these days. In fact my travel is not over yet. I have to commence my return journey from today and it will be another couple of days before I arrive back at my base.
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Today (13 october) is the birth anniversary of Ashok Kumar and the death anniversary of two well known artists. Kishore Kumar is one who died this day in 1987 whereas Nirupa Roy left for the heavenly abode this date on 2004.
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This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, 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.

Ashok Kumar or Kumudlal Kunjilal Ganguly (his birth name) would have been 103 if he had been there. Born in 1911, in Bhagalpur Bengal presidency was a laboratory assistant at Bombay Talkies when he was offered a role in 1936 in Jeevan Nayya. Thus began his six-decade long career. Of course by the time I became aware of Ashok Kumar, the actor, he was past doing hero roles and into playing a father or grand father or some such character. But to give credit where due his name would always appear first in the title cards of all these movies. Whether it was the grandpa in “Anuraag”, “Anurodh”, “Khoobsurat” or many such movies. He was very charming in the brief role of Air Force officer in “Aradhana”. He was Vijay Anand’s “Jewel Thief” as well as Brij Sadanah’s “Raja” along with Pran as “Rana” in “Victoria No: 203”. After the 1973 hit Victoria No: 203 this pair was repeated many times.
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“Manzil” (1979) was directed by Basu Chatterji for Ambika Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Amitabh Bachchan, Mausami Chatterji, Rakesh Pandey, Satyen Kappu, A K Hangal, Urmila Bhatt, C S Dubey, Pravin Paul, Sundar, Anwar Ali, Sushant Bhatnagar, Lalita Pawar, Shriram Laagoo (Special appearance) etc in it.
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