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In my school and college days, we were taught that our essays needed to be precise and to the point and that beating about the bush instead of coming to the point was not recommended.

Much to my surprise, I discovered that Hindi movie songs, especially romantic songs typically had lyrics that would beat about the bush and would rarely come to the point. Instead of stating “I love you” and be done with it, Hindi movie songs would refer to “Baadal”, “Aasmaan”, “Chaatak”, “Mor”, “jhoola”,”Chilman”, “dupatta” etc etc. As a conscientious student, I disapproved of such collosal waste of stationery. :)

It was in 1971 and 1972 where we found several songs that began to use lyrics that were direct and to the point.

Just take a sampling. We had songs like,
Aao tumhe main pyaar sikha doon(Upaasna), Chupke se dil de de nahin te shor mach jaayegaa (Maryada), Mujhe thhand lag rahi hai(Main Sundar Hoon), Priye Praneshwari(Hum Tum aur Woh), Aao na galey lagaa lo na o jaane jaan (Mere Jeewan Saathi), Ik cheez maangte hain ham tumse pehli baar(Babul ki galiyaan) etc.

“Aankhon Aankhon Mein”(1972) had almost all its songs falling under the category of direct on your face brand of songs. The leading lady would sing Gayaa bachpan jo aayi jawaani and the leading lad would respond Teri umar naadaan hai (Aankhon Aankhon Mein) . THen the two of them would sing a direct action duet that would go Aankhon aankhon mein baat hone do .

Here is the fourth song from “Aankhon Aankhon Mein”(1972). This song is sung by Kishore Kumar and Asha Bhonsle. Verma Malik is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shankar Jaikishan. As can be noticed from the lyrics, no birds and the bees have been harmed while penning these lyrics. :)

The song is picturised on Rakesh Roshan (trying hard to impersonate Rajesh Khanna) and Raakhi.


Song-Do baaten pyaar bhari kar loon (Aankhon Aankhon Mein)(1972) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Verma Malik, MD-Shankar Jaikishan
Both

Lyrics

ae
do baaten
pyaar bhari
kar loon
kar lo ji
aankhon mein

haan
aaj tujhe
haan
bhar loon
bhar lo ji
do baaten
pyaar bhari
kar loon
kar lo ji
aankhon mein
aaj tujhe
bhar loon

bharlo ji

chunri ko samjhaa le
mukhda tera chhipaati hai
achcha
arre chunri ko
samjha le
mukhda tera chhipati hai
lat tere gaalon par
jhoom jhoom ke aati hai
haahaahaahaaa
naagan ko
haay
zara idhar
kar loon
haan karlo ji
aankhon mein
aaj tujhe
bhar loon

bharlo ji

poorab ka sandesa
jab purwaayi laati hai

achcha ji haha
poorab ka sandesa
jab purwaayi laati hai
thham jaye dhadkan bhi
neend pyaar ko aati hai
kaandhe pe sar apna
dhar loon

dhar lo ji
do baaten pyaar bhari kar loon
kar lo ji

soyi hui barson ki
jaagi aaj mohabbat hai
soyi hui barson ki
jaagi aaj mohabbat hai
aanhkon ko na jaane
kyun ab teri zaroorat hai
sach
is dil mein
haan
dil apna dhar loon
haan dhar lo ji
ankhon me aaj tujhe bharloon

bharlo ji
hmm hmm
hmm hmm
kar loon
kar lo jo
aankhon mein hmm hmm hmm hmm
bhar loon

bhar lo ji
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm


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.

MISSING GEMS FROMTHE GOLDEN 50s…..Song No- 17
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Today’s song is from the film Sarhad-1960.

We now enter the the final year of the 50’s decade,into the year 1960. This was an year full of interesting films in different genres. The most important event of the year,of course, was the release of the monumental film “Mughal-E- Azam “.

Though its central theme was the love story of Prince Saleem and Dancer Anarkali, the film basically was about Akbar. The film had taken more than 15 years to make, several changes in the script and the cast and an investment of Rs. One Crore. In those days-55 years ago, this amount was astronomical. The combined efforts of 4 writers -Amaan, Ehsaan Rizvi,Kamaal Amrohi and Wajahat Mirza; hugh sets, extra ordinary music and exceptional acting by leading artistes, combined with almost a lifetime dream effort from producer-director K.Asif, made “Mughal-E-Azam” ä memorable, unique,iconic film. Irony of fate was that except for the “Best Film” category, the film did not win a single FilmFare award ! Understably,K.Asif refused to accept this award saying,”if no other faculty of the film was good enough for an award, how the film can be the Best Film ? ‘

Mughal E Azam was also made in Tamil and English languages. In Tamil the title was Akbar. When the Tamil version failed eminently, K.Asif decided not to release the English version. Though it was made, mystery shrouds around where the prints were stored ? Till date, the mystery remains unsolved.

Another strange thing about the film’s lead pair , Dilip kumar and Madhubala was that throughout the film’s shooting both were not on speaking terms with each others-due to their love break up and the Madhumati court case in which Dilip deposed against Madhubala in B R Chopra’s favour. Full marks to both actors that,seeing the film, no one can imagine this even in dreams !

Raj Kapoor made “Jis desh mein Ganga behti hai” tackling the problem of the outlawed dacoits and their surrender,leading to their assimilation into the society. Following Musafir-57 and Anadi-59, Hrishikesh Mukherjee established his independent image with Anuradha, with stellar acting by Leela Naidu and Balraj Sahni and excellent music from the Sitar expert Ravi Shanker.

After the failure of Kagaz ke phool, Guru Dutt never directed any other film. He made Chaudhavi ka chaand, directed by M.Sadiq, on purely commercial level and succeeded mainly due to good music by Ravi. Dil apna aur preet parayee, Ghunghat, Chhalia, Parakh were successful films of that year. Love in Simla brought a fresh breeze with Debutants- actors Joy Mukherjee and Saadhna and Director R K Nayyar too.

After Azad-55, Kohinoor was yet another comedy film for Dilip and Meena Kumari. Though both were Tragedy king and queen, surprisingly ( and to our good luck) they both never came together in any Tragedy film ! Thanks God for that, ofcourse ! They were together in both Azad and Kohinoor. Dev Anand figured in 6 films in 1960.

Kanoon became the 3rd songless film-after Naujawan-37 and Munna-54. “Barsaat ki raat” was aother musical like “Love in Simla”.

Film Finance Corporation was established to help small producers. Film and television institute of India ( FTII ) was started in Poona,on the land where old Prabhat Film company had existed.

With this, we come to the end of the analysis of the activities in the Film Industry during the 50’s decade. In doing this analysis for every year, lot of help came from the book “Hindi cinema-sadee ka safar” by shri Anil Bhargava ji. My thanks to him.

Film Sarhad-60 was produced by K H Kapadia under the banner of Alankar chitra. The screen play was by Madhusudan Kalelkar, a stalwart in Marathi stage dramas and an old hand at Hindi film writings, story by Rajan Bose and dialogues were by Vrajendra Gaur The Director was Shankar Mukherjee. Younger brother of Gyan Mukherjee,Shankar Mukherjee, became a director after the demise of Gyan to whom he assisted till then. His first film Barish was successful and then he directed 5 more films of Dev Anand alone,namely,Sarhad-60,Baat ek raat ki-62,Pyar muhabbat-66Mahal-69 and Banarasi babu-73. He had also produced Pyar muhabbat and Banarasi Babu. In between,he encouraged Kishore Kumar to become a Music Director in Jhumroo-61 which Shankar directed. His last film was Faraar-75. Then he shifted to Calcutta to shine in Bangla films.

Film Sarhad was a film totally away from the usual films of Dev Anand. In 1960, Dev Anand acted in 6 films-Manzil, Kaala baazaar, Bambai ka Babu, Ek ke baad ek, Sarhad and Jaali note. Two of of these sixfilms-Bambai ka Babu and Sarhad had different storylines than the usual ones. Sarhad film role was a 180 degree turn around for Dev Anand . I wonder how he agreed to this film. The story was a strange mixture of Tarzan, a Jungle story and a love story with a villain for taste added. Love story-Yes but a jungle and tribal role for Dev Anand ? A strict No-No ! No wonder the filmed flopped miserably. After films like Paying Guest,Baarish,Munim ji,Dev Anand had built an image of a happy go lucky Lover Boy, who is wronged by minor problems. He was never known for his acting prowess. People had digested this fact. They wanted and loved him as a chocolate lover boy with elastic body. Straying away from this image always derailed the film.

The story of film Sarhad-60 was….

Amar(Dev) runs away from home to the jungle where he is found and brought up by a kind Junglr tribal chief(Dhumal). His daughter Gulabi loves Amar Jaggu,the tribe villain loves Gulabi. A grown up Amar becomes a rich businessman with his Timber factory. Jaggu (Sajjan) hates him.
One day Amar’s father (Anwar Hussain) comes to the jungle with Mala (suchitra Sen)-an orphan brought up by him. Amar refuses to go with his father. The father leaves.Mala stays in jungle,because she starts loving Amar. She determines to reform Amar and take him to the civilised world one day. Gulabi is jealous of her.

Gulabi and Jaggu hatch a plan. Jaggu arranges a strike in Amar’s Timber business. The work stops and Amar and Mala are captured. They are asked to go away. Amar is heart broken,but Mala helps him to break the strike and bring to normalcy. Jaggu is also exposed. However Amar decides to go away with mala to the city.

1955/56 to 1965/66 was a period when the Hindi film industry was under the influence of western Pop music and Rock N Roll. Those days, almost every social film did have a song or two based on western tune. Most composers like S D Burman, Roshan, Hemant kumar, Shankar Jaikishan etc used songs copied from western Pop songs. Today’s song is also from that genre. C Ramchandra was an advocate and promoter of Western music who used western tunes from the days of Shehnai-47. In his recent films in this decaade like Asha, Baarish etc he had liberally used such Rock n Roll music.

In today’s song, you will find Dev Anand trying hard to copy the styles of Elvis Presley, Cliff Richard or Paul Anka, with a Guitar trying miserably to to use the dance steps-which do not suit him at all. Ragini,a certified,professionally trained dance expert is seen mixing Indian dance with western steps. Overall, one would feel like closing the eyes and listening to the song. This is the first song of the film which comes within first 10 minutes after the film starts.

Majrooh’s lyrics and C Ramchandra’s music ( they worked together again in Dal mein kala-64 only) gave 7 songs in this film. This is the 5th song of this movie on this Blog. Enjoy.


Song-Naacho ghoom ghoom ke (Sarhad)(1960) Singers-C Ramchandra, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-C Ramchandra
Male Chorus
Female chorus
All chorus

Lyrics

O naacho ghoom ghoom ghoom ghoom ghoom ke
O gaao jhoom jhoom jhoom jhoom jhoom ke
yaaron kam se kam saare din ka gham
bhoolo pyaala choom ke

bhool jaana zamaane ko shaam se
ye hum Jaise hi maston ka kaam hai
Jhoom jaana mohabbat ke naam pe
ye ham jaise maston ka hi kaam hai
aji khaao piyo bas yoon hi jiyo
O naacho ghoom ghoom ghoom ghoom ghoom ke
O gaao jhoom jhoom jhoom jhoom jhoom ke
yaaron kam se kam saare din ka gham
bhoolo pyaala choom ke

mat socho hai bhaari ye zindagi
pukaarti hai suno kya ye dil ki dhun
maza le lo tumhari hai zindagi
pukaarti hai suno kya ye dil ki dhun
Is dhun ke laya badhti chale
arre haan martwaalon dhoom se

O naacho ghoom ghoom ghoom ghoom ghoom ke
O gaao jhoom jhoom jhoom jhoom jhoom ke
yaaron kam se kam saare din ka gham
bhoolo pyaala choom ke


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.

I have heard this song before on the radio, but I did not have any clue to its details.  Today, browsing online, searching for something different, I bumped into this song.  As I read the initial details, and then started to do some more checking, I realized this song has a very interesting and significant antecedents that make for a very interesting discussion.

We know that Amitabh made his debut in the 1969 film ‘Saat Hindustani’. Then onward, he appeared in ‘Anand’ (1970), and in ‘Parwaana’, ‘Pyaar Ki Kahaani’, and ‘Reshma Aur Shera’ in 1971. So far, we do not see a film listed in which he played the solo lead.  In ‘Saat Hindusani’, he is part of a team, and in ‘Anand’ he is playing a second lead to Rajesh Khanna. In ‘Parwaana’ he shares the credits with Navin Nischol, and in ‘Pyaar Ki Kahaani’ with Anil Dhawan.  And in ‘Reshma Aur Shera’, he is in a supporting role.

Then came 1972, and his first lead role opposite to Aruna Irani in ‘Bombay To Goa’.  On the up and up, this year also saw the release of ‘Bansi Birju’, ‘Ek Nazar’, ‘Sanjog’ and ‘Raaste Ka Patthar’.  He is now doing lead roles in most films, but has not yet set his claim to being in the popular super star category.  The would happen in 1973.

The year of 1973 was the significant take off.  The films – ‘Zanzeer’, ‘Abhimaan’, ‘Namak Haraam’, ‘Saudaagar’, ‘Bandhe Haath’ and ‘Gehri Chaal’. Counting in the films from this year, Amitabh had arrived.  Films like ‘Zanzeer’ and ‘Namak Haraam’ established him as a the ‘angry young man’, and with other films like ‘Abhimaan’ and ‘Saudaagar’, he also established his histrionic credentials as an accomplished performer.

Also interesting to note – his first film with Rekha is ‘Namak Haraam'; however Rekha is paired with Rajesh Khanna in this film.  Their next film together is in 1976 – ‘Do Anjaane’.  And then many more significant films to follow.

That brings us to the interesting part of this article and this song.  In fact Amitabh and Rekha were billed together in a film that remained incomplete. Sometimes in the early 1970, a film got initiated – ‘Ek Tha Chander Ek Thi Sudha’.  The work on this film was pretty much in progress – the evidence of which is the existence of this video clip of a song from this film.  It must have been 1971 or at the most 1972, and I will tell you the reason why I am certain of this time frame.  As per the information I could gather online, the story if this film is(was) based on the Hindi novel of the same name titled ‘Gunahon Ka Devta’, by the famous author Dharamvir Bharti.

It seems that the financiers and producers of this film scrapped it after seeing the unimpressive performance of Amitabh’s films in 1971 (and possibly 1972 also).  Whatever was filmed was consigned to the cans, and the film was reincarnated.  The new name of the film was ‘Duniya Ka Mela’.  Rekha was retained as the leading lady, but the hero Amitabh was replaced by Sanjay. The film was re-shot and then released in 1974.  And so that helps to establish the tentative time line for ‘Ek Tha Chander Ek Thi Sudha’.

The irony of the whole situation is apparent.  ‘Duniya Ka Mela’ was a flop. And by 1974, Amitabh had a long list of successful films in his back pocket – ‘Zanzeer’, ‘Abimaan’, ‘Namak Haraam’, ‘Saudaagar’ etc.  Not difficult to wonder what the producers would have thought.

The clip of this film was later extracted from the archives and used in the 1983 film ‘Film Hi Film’, which is a film about making films.  This film uses many clips and songs from unreleased films, that has allowed some of the unreleased material to be seen by the audiences.

That this is probably not a finished product, as can be seen from some editing deficiencies that are apparent in the clip.  But the clip itself is genuine. Amitabh is just learning how to romance with the leading ladies.  His freshness is quite apparent.

So here is a rarity from the beginning years of the career of this stalwart. And also the interesting debut that this pair made, in a film that never saw the light of the projector lamp. Small blessings to count that the video clip has survived and is available.
View, listen and enjoy.

 

Song – Ye Chehra Ye Zulfen Jaadu Sa Kar Rahe Hain. . Tauba Tauba (Ek Tha Chander Ek Thi Sudha) (1972-UR) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Anand bakshi, MD – Laxmikant Pyaarelal

Lyrics

ye chehra
hmmmmm mmmmm
ye zulfen
hmmmmm mmmmm
jaadu sa. . .
kar rahe hain
hain
hain
tauba tuaba. .aa..aa
aaa aaa aa
tauba tuaba
tauba tuaba. .aa..aa
aaa aaaaaa aaa
tauba tuaba
kaandhon pe resham si zulfon ke ye saaye
haaye haaye
haaye re jaan chali jaaye
tauba tuaba

tauba tuaba
haan aan aan
tauba tuaba
aise na dekho kasam se
sharam se aankh jhuk jaaye
haaye re saans ruk jaaye
tauba tuaba
aaa aaaaaa aaa
tauba tuaba

ye chehra
ye palken
ye abroo
jaadu sa kar rahe hain
jaadu sa kar rahe hain
rehne do
chhodo bhi
jaane do
hum tumse darr rahe hain
hum tumse darr rahe hain
kaajal ki dhaar se kisi ka sar na kat jaaye
tauba tuaba
haaa aaaaaa aaa
tauba tuaba

tanhaai mein milna
raste mein kyon humko chhedte ho
kyon humko chhedte ho
darte ho duniya se
aashiq se kyon aankhen pherte ho
kyon aankhen pherte ho
dekho tamaasha mohabbat na ban jaaye
tauba tuaba
aaa aaaaaa aaa
tauba tuaba

aise na dekho kasam se
sharam se aankh jhuk jaaye
haaye re saans ruk jaaye
tauba tuaba
tauba tuaba
tauba tuaba

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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ये चेहरा
हम्ममम मम्ममममम
ये ज़ुल्फें
हम्ममम मम्ममममम
जादू सा॰ ॰
कर रहे हैं
हैं
हैं
तौबा तौबा ॰ ॰आ ॰ ॰आ
आss आsss
तौबा तौबा
तौबा तौबा ॰ ॰आ ॰ ॰आ
आss आssssss आss
तौबा तौबा
काँधों पे रेशम सी ज़ुल्फों के ये साये
हाए हाए
हाए रे जान चली जाये
तौबा तौबा

तौबा तौबा
हाँ ॰ ॰आं ॰ ॰आं
तौबा तौबा
ऐसे ना देखो कसम से
शरम से आँख झुक जाये
हाए रे सांस रुक जाये
तौबा तौबा
आ आ आ
तौबा तौबा

ये चेहरा
ये पलकें
ये अबरू
जादू सा कर रहे हैं
जादू सा कर रहे हैं
रहने दो
छोड़ो भी
जाने दो
हम तुमसे डर रहे हैं
हम तुमसे डर रहे हैं
काजल की धार से किसी का सर न कट जाये
तौबा तौबा
हा आ आ
तौबा तौबा

तन्हाई में मिलना
रस्ते में क्यों हमको छेड़ते हो
क्यों हमको छेड़ते हो
डरते हो दुनिया से
आशिक से क्यों आँखें फेरते हो
क्यों आँखें फेरते हो
देखो तमाशा मोहब्बत ना बन जाये
तौबा तौबा
आ आ आ
तौबा तौबा

ऐसे ना देखो कसम से
शरम से आँख झुक जाये
हाए रे सांस रुक जाये
तौबा तौबा
तौबा तौबा
तौबा तौबा


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.

When Khyati Behn sent in the lyrics of this song, she said, and I quote , that she “. . . was KB Exp to see that this film hasn’t yet found its place on the blog. Koi baat nahi, ab kar dete hai. :) “.  Well we all know, with Khyati Behn, the messaging has to be something out of the ordinary.
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MISSING GEMS FROM THE GOLDEN 50s….Song No. 16
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Moving from 1958, we come near the end of the decade with the year 1959. It was about 12 years since the upheaval in the film industry with the mass migration of film artistes from India to Pakistan, post Partition. Even after that some movements were still going on with late goers. Fortunately normalcy had returned to the industry by that time, much faster than was expected by the world watchers. Unlike Pakistan-who had to build a fresh new industry in their country- our infrastructure was intact, the base was wide and solid and vacancies were filled up promptly, by artistes waiting in the wings.
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Mention of RK Films brings to mind the unbroken partnership of 22 long years between the music director duo of Shankar Jaikishan and the songwriters Shialnedra and Hasrat Jaipuri.  Starting from ‘Barsaat’ in 1949, and all the way up to ‘Mera Naam Joker’ in 1971, this quartet ruled the music and songs at RK Films, collaborating for every RK film produced during this period (with the exception of Shailendra, who passed away in 1966).

Remembering Hasrat Jaipuri on the anniversary of his birth today (15th April).
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Amitabh – The Later Decades – 3
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There is something very special about his voice.  Not that other thespians of the industry are any way less impressive.  Every actor and actress have their own unique styles and expressions, and many of them have become memorable across the decades.  The sounds and the words sometimes combine together to leave such an imprint on the mind of the audiences, that certain dialogues of certain artists become popular and become part of the current idiom.
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MISSING GEMS FROM THE GOLDEN 50s…Song No- 15
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Today’s song is from the film Raagini-1958.
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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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Ok so now we know – प्यार किसे कहते हैं। (what is this thing we call love). Explained quite lucidly in this song.

jabse mili teri meethi mohabbat
chocolate ka khaana chhod diya

Discovering your sweet love
Have forsaken even chocolate 

Aah, what a sublime sacrifice, forsaking the delicious trappings of this world, all for having found love.  Nothing, no other sacrifice could be more convincing.
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