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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.

The songs that are still pending, fall into two categories. One is the group of songs that are obscure and rarely heard, now or even before, in our living years. And the second group is the one that have been heard and the mind is familiar with them. The first group of songs is an effort of perseverance and searching.

The second group can be further subdivided into two categories. One is the group of songs that have been very popular, and their availability is very easy as they continue to be republished in selections and are played often on the radio waves even today. The second sub group is of the songs that have also been popular, but did not have the staying power, i.e. their presence slowly dissipated from the collective memory for various reasons – unreleased films, B/C grade films, underrated and less preferred artists and music directors etc. The first sub group is a set of songs that is easily accessible.

The second sub group can be further subdivided into two categories. One is the group of songs that have been made more accessible through the diligent efforts of music lovers and they keep appearing with a regular frequency on the internet space. The second sub group is of the songs that are part of the active memory channels, but have been unheard for ages, as their availability and access has become progressively more arduous over the years. The first sub-sub group is a set of songs that keep surfacing in the memory, and then with some effort, one has been able to trace them and revive the sound.

The second sub-sub group can be further subdivided into two categories. One is the group of songs that have become available through the efforts of individual music lovers, and they are posted on our blog. The second sub-sub-sub group is of the songs that continue to tickle the memory threads, continue to be hard to trace, and have not yet appeared on our blog.

With this post, I am initiating a series that tackles these memory ticklers that form the second sub-sub-sub group of songs. These are songs that, once upon a time, two three decades ago, were relatively frequently featured in the farmaishi and other programs on the radio. With the waning of radio listening as a popular medium, the sounds of these songs slowly faded from the listening space. Only those songs that have the staying capacity as part of continued publication in various selections as preferred choices over the decades, remain the ones that are continuously available. The other songs, although they flip on once in a while in the mind’s radio, but are otherwise almost unheard in the physical domain.

I have compiled a short list of such songs that I have been able to trace, and will be posting them in this series. For me, these are memory ticklers that I have been searching for some time now, some years actually. With some luck, I have been able to trace them with the help of many collector friends, some with such huge collections that we are not even sure what all is actually existing in their treasury.

I initiate this series with this attractive piece from the 1967 film ‘Sab Ka Ustad’. And there is a special reason for bringing up this for posting today. I will come to that shortly. Before that, about this song. This is one of those numbers that occasionally plop up from the depths of memory, and start to play in the mind. For the reason that way back then, in the radio listening days, this song was popular and has stuck to the memory, simply on account of the quality of words and the music. As my search started some time back for this song, I realized that I have the film in my collection. So I avidly pulled it out and played it.

Bad luck sometimes plays such strong hands that one is left helpless. The disc version does not have the complete song. I was aghast. How could this be? Such a lovely song, and just one paragraph available in the “official” release of the video. I checked and rechecked within my circle of friends but none had any version other than the disc made available in the market. The song was not available on the internet. After some diligent searching, that remained result-less for many months, I am able to now locate a recent upload (as recent as two weeks ago), but which is simply the version from the disc, containing just the one stanza. I could see references to the vinyl records being discussed on online forums, but the song itself was available nowhere. Unless the Film Archives in Pune have an original celluloid set, and they make it publicly available, the video of this song is now practically lost for good.

As I looked for the audio version from the vinyl records, I eventually got confirmation from my collector friend in Delhi, Zafar Bhai, that he has the 78 rpm set from this film. He then proceeded to make an audio CD copy from the records and shared it with me. Today, I am uploading the complete audio version of this song, to make way for this post.

Another very quirky, but wholly expected thing I encountered on the internet. As I was searching for this song, I find that some sites have uploaded the lyrics of the partial version. And the same have been absolutely mindlessly copied by dozens of sites, from someone’s original upload. And including the wrong transliteration spellings of Hindi words. The entire internet is chock full of incomplete and erroneous lyrics for this song, all mindlessly copied, all carrying the same mistakes. It is so obvious that the video is incomplete. It is so obvious that the lyrics are incomplete. In their thoughtless copy-paste endeavors, no one has even spend half a minute to insert a bracketed comment to say that part of lyrics is missing. This speaks of the quality of the minds behind these websites, and also of the quality of interest they have in this music. It is simply deplorable.

‘Sab Ka Ustad’ is the regular ‘Sheikh Mukhtar’ genre fare that have punctuated the decades of 1950s and 60s very regularly. Produced under the banner of RM Arts Production, it is directed by R Thakar. The cast of actors includes Kumkum, Sujit Kumar, Anwar Hussain, Maruti, Meenakshi, Shekhar, Madhumati, Lalita Kumari, and Helen amongst others. The seven songs listed for this film are from the pen of Asad Bhopali. And the music – a delightful melody from the mind of that inimitable genius – Ganesh. Our dear Arun ji has recently done a somewhat detailed write upon this prodigious music director here.

The song is filmed as a dance performance at a wedding – the wedding of Kumkum with Sujit Kumar. One can very briefly see Sheikh Mukhtar and Maruti in the clip. As for the dancers, I request other knowledgeable readers to help with the identification.

Now coming to the other important reason for bringing up this post today. Some may have guessed by the title of the song itself. Yes, it is the birthday today of Mastermind, our chief of worldwide field operations ;). And this song goes online today, for him. Happy Birthday Raja ji.

Listen and enjoy.

(Video – Incomplete)

(Audio – Complete)

Song-Raja aana hamaare bangle pe (Sab Ka Ustaad)(1967) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Kamal Barot, Lyrics-Asad Bhopali, MD-Ganesh
Both

Lyrics

raja aana hamaare bangle pe
raja aana hamaare bangle pe
kahin dhokhe se jaana na sauten ke dwaar
kahin dhokhe se jaana na sauten ke dwaar
raja aana hamaare bangle pe
raja aana hamaare bangle pe

aankhon hi aankhon mein hongin do batiyaan
aankhon hi aankhon mein hongin do batiyaan
zulfon ki chhainyaan mein beetengi ratiyaan
aate jaate na koi tujhe dekhe
chal na dena hamaara dil le ke

jalne waalon se
jalne waalon se rehna zaraa hoshiyaar
raja aana
balma aana
sajnaa aana
hamaare bangle pe
raja aana hamaare bangle pe

phoolon ki chaadar pe tujhko bithaaungi
phoolon ki chadar pe tujhko bithaaungi
resham si baahon ke takiye lagaaungi
tera nazron se jiyaa bhar doongi
tujh pe waari jawaani kar doongi

galey daaloongi
galey daaloongi main kachchi kaliyon ke haar
raja aana
balma aana
sajnaa aana
hamaare bangle pe
raja aana hamaare bangle pe
kahin dhokhe se jaana na sauten ke dwaar
kahin dhokhe se jaana na sauten ke dwaar
raja aana hamaare bangle pe
raja aana hamaare bangle pe

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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राजा आना हमारे बंगले पे
राजा आना हमारे बंगले पे
कहीं धोखे से जाना ना सौतन के द्वार
कहीं धोखे से जाना ना सौतन के द्वार
राजा आना हमारे बंगले पे
राजा आना हमारे बंगले पे

आँखों ही आँखों में होंगी दो बतियाँ
आँखों ही आँखों में होंगी दो बतियाँ
ज़ुल्फों की छंईयां में बीतेंगी रतियाँ
आते जाते ना कोई तुझे देखे
चल ना देना हमारा दिल ले के

जलने वालों से
जलने वालों से रहना ज़रा होशियार
राजा आना
बलमा आना
सजना आजा
हमारे बंगले पे
राजा आना हमारे बंगले पे

फूलों की चादर पे तुझको बिठाऊँगी
फूलों की चादर पे तुझको बिठाऊँगी
रेशम सी बाहों के तकिये लगाऊँगी
तेरा नज़रों से जिया भर दूँगी
तुझ पे वारी जवानी कर दूँगी

गले डालूँगी
गले डालूँगी मैं कच्ची कलियाँ के हार
राजा आना
बलमा आना
सजना आजा
हमारे बंगले पे
राजा आना हमारे बंगले पे
कहीं धोखे से जाना ना सौतन के द्वार
कहीं धोखे से जाना ना सौतन के द्वार
राजा आना हमारे बंगले पे
राजा आना हमारे बंगले पे

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Today (25 october 2014) is the birth anniversary of Sharda Rajan Iyengar, who is known to music lovers as just Sharda. Shankar (of Shankar Jaikishan duo) had brought her to limelight with the “Suraj”(1966) song Titli udi ud jo chali. This song tied with another “Suraj”(1966) song Bahaaron phool barsaao for the best singer Filmfare award. There used to be just one Filmfare award for best singer those days (common for both genders) and this song getting tied for the top singer category made Filmfare create the categories of best Male and best Female playback singers from the next year onwards. I was a very young kid those days and I was one of those who were simply mesmerised by this “titli udi” song those days.

As it turned out, she had a “different” voice and moreover she had to contend with the established female singers of the time. Her memtor singer had to swim against the tide in his bid to promote Sharda and even his partner Jaikishan would not see eye to eye with him on this issue and the partnership virtually split on this issue.

It is interesting to note that Sharda got nominated for the Filmfare best female playback singer award for four years in a row from 1969 to 1972 and she won the award in 1971 for “Jahaan Pyaar Mile” song “Baat zara”.

Sharda had a rather chequered career as a playback singer in Hindi movies. Most of her playback singing opportunities were provided to her by Shankar who continued to work as Shankar Jaikishan after the demise of his partner Jaikishan.

On the occasion of the birth anniversary of Sharda, here is a duet song from “Vachan”(1974). This song is sung by Kishore Kumar and Sharda. Shailly Shailendra is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shankar Jaikishan.

The song is picturised on Shashi Kapoor and Vimi.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

Video

Audio

Song-Dil ka guldasta baahon ka haar (Vachan)(1974) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Sharda, Lyrics-Shailly Shailendra, Md-Shankar Jaikishan
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Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

dil ka guldasta baahon ka haar
saath mein isske bahut saa pyaar
lekar aayaa sarkaar
kar leejiye sweekaar
kar leejiye sweekaar
dil ka guldasta baahon ka haar
saath mein isske bahut saa pyaar
lekar aayaa sarkaar
kar leejiye sweekaar
kar leejiye sweekaar

maanaa
ab tak
hum thhe kuchch majboor
rehke
paas bhi
hum se kitni door
lekin
hum tum
aakhir mil hi gaye ae
sapney
aakhir
phoolon se khil hi gaye
phoolon se khil hi gaye ae
phoolon se khil hi gaye

arrey dil ka guldastaa
baahon ka haar
saath mein iske bahut saa pyaar
lekar aayaa sarkaar
kar leejiye sweekaar

haan haan hamne kiyaa sweekaar
mere yaar
mere yaar
hamne kiyaa sweekaar
mere yaar
mere yaar

thhande
mausam mein
aag yeh kaissi lagi (haayye)
kaisse
mod pe
aa gayee zindagi (achchaa jee)
bin peeye/piye
aaj yeh
kyaa hamko ho gayaa (o ho o)
pyaar kaa
har taraf
chhaane lagaa hai nashaa (maar daalaa)
chhaane lagaa hai nashaa
chhaane lagaa hai nashaa

dil ka guldastaa baahon ka haar
saath mein isske bahut saa pyaar

lekar aayaa sarkaar
kar leejiye sweekaar
haan haan kar toh liyaa sweekaar
mere yaar
(haa haa aaa)
mere yaar (o ho o)
kar toh liyaa sweekaar
mere yaar mere yaar

khoye
hum rahein
inn gori gori baahon mein ae
reshmi
zulf ki
pyaari pyaari chhaaon mein
gham bhi
koyee
aane na paayegaa jahaan
pyaar ki
bastiyaan
hum basaayenge wahaan…aaan
hum basaayenge wahaan…aan
hum basaayenge wahaan

arrey
dil ka guldastaa baahon kaa haar
saath mein isske bahut saa pyaar

lekar aayaa sarkaar
kar leejiye sweekaar
o ho o
ho toh gayaa sweekaar
mere yaar
(haan haa)
mere yaar (hmmm….hmmm)
ho toh gayaa sweekaar
mere yaar
(yaar/aaa)
mere yaar (yaar)
mere yaar mere yaar


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“Sangram” (1965) was directed by Babubhai Mistry. Like “Parasmani” (1963), the earlier movie of Babubhai Mistry, this movie too had B grade superstars in it viz Dara Singh, Geetanjali, Randhawa, Maruti, Aruna Irani, King Kong etc.

“Parasmani” (1963) had music by a newcomer music director duo and that music went on to become surprise hit. “Sangram” (1965) too had music by a newcomer music duo and they too gave superb music but unfortunately the box office success of “Parasmani”(1963) could not be achieved this time and the music too failed to catch the imagination of music lovers.

Here is the song from “Sangram” (1965) that can be called the counterpart of Hansta hua nooraani chehra(Parasmani). The song, like the famous Parasmani song, is sung by Lata and Kamal Barot. Aish Kanwal is the lyricist. Music is composed by Lata Sattar.

The song is picturised as a dance song on Geetanjali and Swarna Kumari, with Aruna Irani also figuring in a masculine attire with beard as well. A comment on YT mentions that Geetanjali and Swarna Kumari were sisters and they were well known dancers in Tamil movies.

I wonder whether this lyricist Aish Kanwal is related to actress Peace Kanwal. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the matter.

This song, unlike Hansta hua nooraani chehra(Parasmani) has ended up becoming an extremely rare song. But make no mistake, this song is a masterclass. One only has to watch the picturisation a few times before this song begins to grow upon you.

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

This song marks Nitin Shah’s 800th lyrics contribyution in the blog. He becomes the second lyrics contributor to achieve this barely belivable feat.

In his three years of association with this blog, Nitin Shah has shared songs on a wide variety of genres. His songs are normally from 1940s the 1960s, which also happens to be the era whose songs tend to get discussed the most in this blog. Nitin Shah, like Prakashchandra, the other member of the 800 club, has sent lots and lots of lyrics to me that are yet to see the light of the day. So we can be rest assured that his lyrics contributions will continue to appear in the blog for a long long time and he will continue to reach newer and bigger milestones with time.

Our contributors have their own ways of contributing lyrics and I am happy to have them without looking at the gift horse in the mouth. Nitin Shah’s contributions are mostly in the form of huge files containing lots of songs in a genre, viz songs from 1950 pt I, songs from 1950 pt II,, balance songs of Suraiyya etc. :) The blog now has almost all Suraiyya songs and the big files of Suraiyya songs sent by Nitin Shah was a big help in this regard which meant that I only needed to look at theese files for Suraiyya songs which was a big time saver for me.

It can be easily seen that Nitin Shah spends unimaginable amount of time and effort in coming up with these huge lists of lyrics. It calls for great passion and enthusiasm. We mainly know him through his comments. We got to know him some more during the run up to the 10kth song of the blog. His introduction post, which I find extremely inspirational, revealed what a determined person he could be in his life. And it is his determination and never say die attitude that has enabled him to contribute so enthusiastically in the blog despite his active and busy professional life.

We are privileged to have Nitin Shah among the contributors of this blog. I hope that he will continue to be one of the major pillars of this blog as this musical bandwagon continues to march on. I take this opportunity to congratulate Nitin Shah. Here is hoping that he will continue to achieve many more musical feathers to his cap in due course.


Song-Dam dam dam dam damroo baaje (Sangram)(1965) Singers-Lata, Kamal Barot, Lyrics-Aish Kanwal, MD-Lala Sattar
Both

Lyrics(Provided by Nitin Shah)

dam dam dam dam damroo baaje
thhaap dol ki thaithaiya
re naachoon sajanva
chham chham chham
main to nachu balamva
thhai thhai thhai
main to naachoon sajanva

dam dam dam dam damru baaje
thhaap dol ki thaithaiya
re nachoon sajanva
chham chham chham
main to nachu balamva
thhai thhai thhai
main to naachoon sajanva

chaand ke rath par baith ke aayi
main kirnon ki raani

main kirnon ki rani odhkar aayi
chunariya dhaani
o o seep se jaise moti nikle
aisi meri jawaani

aisi meri jawaani
jaise chanchal raat suhaani
tann mann mein jal tarang dole
tere pyaar ki sargam boley

naachoon sajanva
main to nachoon balamva
main to nachoon sajanva

gore mukh par ghunghta daaloon
nainan mein hai laaj

nainan mein hai laaj
milenge aaj mujhe sartaaz
saat suron ke deep jalaake
kyun na nachoon aaj

kyun na naachoon aaj
mila hai ek anokha raaz
baazi apne haath rahegi
teri yaad jo saath rahegi

naachoon sajanva
main to naachoon balamva
main to nachoon sajanva

aaja tujhko dhoondh rahi hai
honthon ki muskaan

honthon ki muskaan liye
main tujh par hoon qurbaan
ho ho ek jhalak dikhla de
phir se
dil ke hain armaan

dil ke hain armaan sajanva
humko tu pehchaan
hum par tere pyaar ka jaadu
kaise aaj ho dil par kaabu

nachoon sajanva
main to naachoon balamva
main to naachoon sajanva

dam dam dam dam damroo baaje
thaap dol ki thaithaiya
re naachoon sajanva
chham chham chham
main to naachoon balamva
thhai thhai thhai
main to naachoon sajanva


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Bangalore Gangout – The Remote Version – In 10,400

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Us din mujhe achhi daant padi – got an earful to listen from the family.

But then, before I get to describe my travails of that day, and the reasons behind that, I must take a pause and announce the celebration for today. Yes, yes, we are at the 10,four00th milestone. Goodness, and here I was thinking that we are going slow, as our “fearless” leader is under the control and command of his superiors, and the pace these days is not his usual self, but when I checked the numbers earlier in the evening, of course nudged by Atul ji himself in an email message that actually got delivered 30 hours late – goodness, can you imagine something like that happen in the bookfaced world of today; ah but that is a different gripe that I will not dwell upon right now, and just say that soon as I realized that we are so smacking close to the century marker, that it all became a scramble, not that I was not ready with something, meaning this post, just that I was thinking, abhi do chaar din baad mein, to repair and finalize for posting, but Atul ji’s message changed all the priorities – and by the way don’t you also feel that this sentence now needs a full stop. Whew.
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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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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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“Vijay”(1988) was produced and directed by Yash Chopra. The movie had Anupam Kher, Rajesh Khanna, Hema Malini, Rishi Kapoor, Sonam(Introducing), Anil Kapoor, Meenakshi Sheshadri, Gulshan Grover, Parikshit Sahni, Raj Babbar, Moushumi Chatterjee, Parijatha, Arjun Sablok, Saeed Jaffrey, Manmohan Krishna, Vikas Anand, Neil Nitin Mukesh as a child artiste, Shakti Kapoor, Anju Mahendru, Anant Mahadevan,Anjana Mumtaz etc in it.
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I am sure that quite a few regulars of this blog must be wondering why an Amitabh Bachchan song had not appeared so far, seeing that today is his 72nd birthday (DOB 11 october 1942). As it is, I typically work up from older songs to newer ones in a day. I have discussed four songs of 1940s and 1950s today whereas Amitabh Bachchan made his debut in Hindi movies only in late 1960s. :)
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“Maryaada”(1971) was produced and directed by Arabind Sen for Lalit Kala Mandir. The movie had Raj Kumar, Rajesh Khanna, Mala Sinha, Helen, Rajinderanath, Pran, Bipin Gupta, Asit Sen, JankiDass, Abhi Bhattacharya,Dulari,Gurnam, Master Babla, Abhimanyu Sharma, Arun, K.Shukla, Lata Bose, Sanjana, Jankidass, Bunty etc in it.
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Greetings to Vinod Khanna on his 68th birthday. (6 october)

A commanding personality to contend with on screen. In whatever role he appears, he has the capacity to be the center of gravity in every scene. In the last scenes of ‘Mere Gaon Mera Desh’ (1971), appearing as the sardaar (leader) of a gang of dacoits, he is down and beaten, by Dharmendra. Even in that scene, he exudes strength, and gives the perception of being the stronger.
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This blog discusses Bollywood songs of yesteryears. Every song has a brief description, followed by a video link, and complete lyrics of the song.

This is a labour of love, where "new" songs are added every day, and that has been the case for more than six years. This blog has over 10400 songs post by now.

Total number of songs discussed

10404

Number of movies (All songs covered)

552

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