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“Society”(1955) was produced by Ismat Chugtai and directed by Shahid Latif for Film India Corporation, India. The movie had Nimmi, Nasir Khan, Johny Walker, Ifthikhar, Kumkum, Radhika, Minu Mumtaz, Bikram Kapoor, Protima Devi, Amar, Munnan Bai, Haroon, Munsi Munaqqa, Nazeer Kashmiri, Arvind Kumar, Md Ali, Dubey, Sagar, Jerry, Chandrakant, Akkan, Tuntun, Peggy etc in it.

Six songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the seventh song from the movie.

This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and chorus. Sahir Ludhianvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by S D Burman.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala.


Song-Sharmeeli nigaahen kehti hain (Society)(1955)Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Sahir Ludhianvi, MD-S D Burman
Chorus

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

Sharmeelee nigaahen
kehti hain
aen aen aen
tum
aaj kahin dil kho baithhe
Sharmeelee nigaahen kehti hain
tum aaj kahin dil kho baithhe

khud se bhi gaye
ham se bhi gaye
kya jaane ye kiske ho baithhe
khud se bhi gaye
ham se bhi gaye
kya jaane ye kiske ho baithhe
sharmeelee nigaahen

ye uljhi latein
khaamosh nazar
deti hain chhupe
toofaan ki khabar
ye uljhi latein
khaamosh nazar
deti hain chhupe
toofaan ki khabar
tum aaj kahin hanste hanste
dil aur jigar ko ro baithhe
dil aur jigar ko ro baithhe
Sharmeelee nigaahen kehti hain
tum aaj kahin dil kho baithhe
sharmeelee nigaahen

dil apna nahin
begaana aa aa thha
pehlu se kabhi to
jaana thha
arre dil apna nahin
begaana thha
pehlu se kabhi to jaana thha
ab iske liye
haay haay
ab iske liye
pachhtaana kya
jo kho baithhe
so kho baithhe ae
jo kho baithhe
so kho baithhe
sharmeelee nigaahen kehti hain
tum aaj kahin dil kho baithhe
sharmeelee nigaahen

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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.

LOST AND FOUND-GEMS FROM UNRELEASED FILMS…..Song No. 3
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Writing on old film songs and that too on unreleased film songs is a very hard job. Firstly, hardly any information is available on Internet or in books. Secondly, controversies crop up on the statements made in the write up. India being notoriously hopeless as far as recording history of films, music or songs is concerned, it is extremely difficult to arrive at a definite and undisputable conclusion. Most artistes of those times are beyond our reach and if anyone is still alive, he may not remember the facts properly due to old age. In my work in this field, I have found that old age artistes either don’t remember or believe firmly in wrong/desired events and timings making a mess of the whole information.

While doing the monumental work of collecting credible data for his Hindi Film Geet kosh, Shri Harmandir singh Hamraz ji used to meet several old, retired and physically disabled artistes of old times. He has recorded his experiences in great details, in the ” Listeners’ Bulletins “. On reading these adventures of Mr. Singh, one realises how frustrated he must have felt when, instead of the artiste giving him information, Mr. Singh had to tell the artistes about his work, films, songs etc. Some artistes expressed their inabilities, few gave incorrect information and a few even refused to meet him, in spite of several requests !

If this was the case of a diehard researcher of HFM, then one can well imagine the plight of someone like me. We are at least lucky that some genuine helpful historians like, Shri Nalin ji Shah, Shishir Krishna Sharma ji, Giridharilal Vishwakarma ji, Shalin Bhatt ji, Rajnikumar Pandya ji, Harish Raghuwanshi ji, Dr. Surjit singh ji, Kamlakar Pasupuleti ji and few others are still around to provide correct information, when required.

Hundreds of controversies are already lying around unresolved, as far as songs, singers, films, actors etc are concerned. Digging old Gems from unreleased films is almost an invitation to fresh discussions. Every participant has his own opinion, making it just impossible to come to any definite conclusion. One can not avoid it, so the best thing is to try once and leave the hot discussion to others.

Leave aside the experts, these days,even books written by ‘experts’ have several mistakes. Quoting from such books is hazardous, because immediately such mistakes are credited to you. Even HFGK has several mistakes. Dhunon ki yatra by Pankaj Raag, Swaron ki yatra by Anil Bhargava, books by Sanjit Narvekar and Rajiv Vijaykar too have many mistakes. So, where does one go from here ?

One must understand that all these authors have done their research and work in very unfriendly, unhelpful conditions, so mistakes are bound to occur. It does not lower their image or statur eor the value of their efforts. Same is the case of writers like me, who has to work under a very inadequate supply of reliable information. Whatever is available is scattered and many times inaccessible too. All this should give the reader an idea how many constraints, and limitations and possible risks of controversies under which an author in this field has to work .

Today’s song is from a film called JASOOS-50s. Though it was not released, its songs were released in 1957. Earlier too, there were two more films called JASOOS. One was in 1947 with music by Hanuman Prasad Sharma and the other was a stunt film of 1955, starring Kamran, Kumkum etc. It had music by Iqbal ( Chhota Iqbal-not Iqbal Qureshi).

This unreleased film Jasoos was a Filmistan production and it had 9 songs(as listed in HFGK), composed by Anil Biswas. The singers were Geeta, Asha, Manna Dey and Talat. This film had a memorable song by Talat- ” Jeevan hai Madhuban” ,which was adapted from the tune of a popular Doris day number ” Que ser Que sera”. Anil Biswas himself had said this. This song is already posted on this Blog.

There was another song in the film, sung by Asha Bhosle and Manna Dey-“suno suno aye duniyawalon”. Does the mukhda seem familiar ?. Yes,you are right. This song’s tune was a copy of the famous Gandhiji song by Rafi-” suno suno aye duniyawalon bapu ke ye amar kahani” recorded in 1948, within a week’s time after Gandhi ji’s assassination. I am sure that most readers must have heard this song. This original song is also posted on this Blog. This famous song has some history. I reproduce here an edited extract from an article from scroll.in-

” Days after Hutatma Nathuram Godse assassinated Mohandas Gandhi on January 30, 1948, a group of musicians came together to compose their tribute to his life. The result, Suno suno aye duniyawalo Bapu ki yeh amar kahani, sung by Mohammad Rafi, was an instant success. Jawaharlal Nehru, who famously wept on hearing Aye mere watan ke logon, was similarly moved by this song.

The song, written by Rajendra Krishnan and composed by the brothers Husnlal and Bhagatram, reportedly sold a million copies in the first month of its release, an astonishing number even by today’s standards.

Rafi was only 24 years old at the time of the recording, but had already performed in public for 11 years before that. With the popularity of this song, he became a household name. On Independence Day in 1948, Nehru awarded Rafi a silver medal and two years later invited him to sing Lehrao tiranga lehrao on India’s first Republic Day.

The musicians wrote and composed this song in the style of a bhajan, with verses following the same repetitive tune and meter, punctuated every few lines by the refrain:Suno suno aye duniyawalo, Bapu ki yeh amar kahani.

Perhaps because of the hurried nature of the composition, the lyrics recount Gandhi’s life in a fairly straightforward manner, covering all the key points, from his education in London and his work in South Africa, to the longer, more sustained Independence and social upliftment movements in India.

The last verse is the most poignant. The music slows dramatically and Rafi, moved perhaps by fresh grief, recounts Gandhi’s last day, singing of how “ahinsa ke seene par hinsa ne goli barsayi.” Godse remains unnamed. ”

I am surprised to find that a composer like Anil Biswas,who was hailed as the ” Bhishma pitamaha” of Hindi film music, has two songs in one film having borrowed tunes. This must be surely an exception. Looking at the lyrics of the song, it seems to be a parody or a comedy song. In absence of Cast details from HFGK, it is difficult to make guesses on its picturisation.

Enjoy this special gem from Anil Biswas, using a borrowed tune. Kaif Irfani is the lyricist.

The audio itself goes silent as the last stanza begins which affects the listening pleasure of music lovers, but unfortunately this seems to be the only available link of this song as of now.
PS-Now an alternative link with full audio is provided. This song is taken,with thanks, from the collection of Dr. M.L.Kapoor ji,USA,which is provided on the site of Shri. Dr.Surjit singh ji.


Song-Suno suno ae duniyaawaalon paakitmaar ki ajab kahaani (Jaasoos)(UR)(1957) Asha Bhonsle, Manna Dey, Kaif Irfani, Anil Biswas
Both

Lyrics

yehi anjaam
ham jaison ka
aakhirkaar
hota hai ae ae
jabaan par uff
galey mein
jootiyon ka haar hota hai

ae ji
suno suno ae duniyaawaalon
paakitmaar ki ajab kahaani
suno suno ae duniyaawaalon
paakitmaar ki ajab kahaani

baithhe baithhe kadki ka jab ghor andhera chhaaya
chal ke kisi ki paakit maaren
dil ne ye farmaaya
arre haath kisi ki jeb mein daala
usne shor machaaya
ae pakdo pakdo pakdo pakdo

haath kisi ki jeb mein daala
usne shor machaaya
aaye thhe ham maal udaane
ulta hua safaaya
pade tadaatad
tadaatad
pade tadaatad
joote aise
ho gayi mushqil jaan bachaani ee ee
suno suno ae duniyaawaalon
paakitmaar ki ajab kahaani

arre sar ki aisi hui marammat
sar hua kangaal
surkh tamaatar jaise ho gaye
chaanton se ye gaal
toot gayi hai tangdi apni
langdi pad gayi chaal

yaahoo yaahoo
yaahoo yaahoo
oho
toot gayi hai tangdi apni
langdi pad gayi chaal
meri laila dekh ke bhaagi
manju ka ye haal
arre jiski khaatir yaaron hamne
kahaan kahaan ki khaaq hai chhaani ee ee

suno suno ae duniyaawaalon
paakitmaar ki ajab kahaani

arre aisi mili naseehat
ho gaye dil ke armaan thhande
chhoot gayin sab khoti baaten
aur sab khote dhandhe

khul gayin apni man ki aankhe
pehle thhe ham andhhe
aji pehle thhe ham andhhe
banke lala haridaas ji
dharam ke sachche bande

ab to hamne kasam uthha li
aaj se kainchi nahin chaalaani
suno suno ae duniyaawaalon
paakitmaar ki ajab kahaani


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“Society”(1955) was produced by Ismat Chugtai and directed by Shahid Latif for Film India Corporation, India. The movie had Nimmi, Nasir Khan, Johny Walker, Ifthikhar, Kumkum, Radhika, Minu Mumtaz, Bikram Kapoor, Protima Devi, Amar, Munnan Bai, Haroon, Munsi Munaqqa, Nazeer Kashmiri, Arvind Kumar, Md Ali, Dubey, Sagar, Jerry, Chandrakant, Akkan, Tuntun, Peggy etc in it.

Today (31 october 2014) is the 39th death anniversary of S D Burman. On this occasion, here is a song from “Society” (1955) which is different from other songs. It is a joie de vivre song sung with semi classical touch. It is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Sahir Ludhianvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by S D Burman.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala.


Song-Lehron mein jhoooloon taaron ko chhoo loon (Society)(1955)Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Sahir Ludhianvi, MD-S D Burman

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

Lehron mein jhoo oo oo loon
Jhoo oo oo loon
Lehron mein jhoo oo oo oo loon
Jhooloon
Taaron ko chhoo oo oo oo loon
Lehron mein jhooloon
Rangon mein tairoon
Phoolon mein phooloon
Rangon mein tairoon
Phoolon mein phooloon
Kho ke masti mein
Duniya ke gham
Bhooloon
Lehron mein jhoo oo oo oo loon
Lehron mein

Mili hai mere dil ko
Ye kis ki panaahen aen
Mehakati hain saanse
Thhirakatin hain baahen
Kisi ne yoon daali
Nigaahon mein nigaahen
Ke jaise manzil se
Lipatatin hain raahen
Rangon mein tairoon
Phoolon mein phooloon
Kho ke masti ee mein
Duniya ke gham
Bhooloon
Lehron mein jhoo oo oo oo loon
Lehron mein jhoo
Jhooloon
Jhooloon
Jhooloon
Jhooloon
Jhooloon
Jhooloon
Lehron mein

Kar baithi do chanchal aankhen
Kar baithi do chanchal aankhen
Ik pyaari si bhool sakhi
Ho o o
Ik pyaari si bhool sakhi
tan mein chatkin
Komal kaliyaan
Tan mein chatkin
Komal kaliyaan
Man mein mehke
Phool sakhi ee ee
Man mein mehke
Phool sakhi ee
Rangon mein tairoon
Phoolon mein phooloon
Kho ke masti mein
Duniya ke gham
Bhooloon
Lehron mein jhoo oo oo oo loon
Lehron mein

Aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa
Lehron mein jhoo oo loon


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Hindi movie music was predominanatly based on classical music during the first decade (viz 1930s). It was in early 1940s that Ghulam Haider introduced Punjabi Folk music based songs in “Khazaanchi” (1941). This paradigm shift was avidly lapped up by public and this paved the way for folk music based songs in Hindi movies. Ghulam Haider was followed by Naushad who introdced UP folk music in his compositions. That opened the floodgates and then we had different music directors composing songs based on folk music from different regions.
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Today (26 october 2014) is the 77th birth anniversary of Hridaynath Mangeshkar (DoB 26 october 1937). The only brother of the Mangeshkar sisters, he has been a singer/ composer in Hindi and Marathi movies.
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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.

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Songs to Tickle Your Memory – 1
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With 10,400 songs already posted on this blog, we are still at just about 20% of the songs from the first five decades. And further, just about 11 or 12 % if one considers all the films from all the decades from 1931 to the present. There is a whopping number of songs that are still waiting out there to be posted. That is quite a number and it shall keep this team (of all quiet people ;) ) busy for quite a while.
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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 in her blog.
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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.
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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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