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“Bhaagam Bhaag” (1956) was a light hearted comedy movie. It was produced and directed by Bhagwan. The movie had Kishore Kumar, Bhagwan, Smriti Biswas, Badri Prasad, Shashikala, Kumkum, Tiwari etc in it. In this movie, everyone played characters who were named the same as their actual names. For instance, Kishore Kumar played a character named Kishore and Bhagwan played a character named Bhagwan. The same was the case with other actors too. So if someone like me did not know an actor called Badri Prasad, then I would be able to identify him by watching this movie because he was named Badri Prasad in this movie. :)

The movie had ten songs in it. Nine of them have been discussed in the past.

Here is the tenth and final song from the movie. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Rafi. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by O P Nayyar.

The song is picturised on Bhagwan (playing Bhagwan) and Smriti Biswas (playing Smriti). :)

With this song, “Bhaagam Bhaag”(1956) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Tere teer e nazar ka balam dil nishaana hua(Bhaagam Bhaag)(1956) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Rafi, Lyrics- Majrooh O P Nayyar

Lyrics

tere teere nazar ka balam
dil nishaana hua
tere mere muhabbat ka aaj
ik fasaana hua
naam sunte hi tera sanam
main deewaana hua
tujhko dil mein basaaye huye ik zamaana hua

balma teri nazar se nazar jo mili
phool ban’ne lagi mere dil ki kali
balma teri nazar se nazar jo mili
phool ban’ne lagi mere dil ki kali
tum jo ham se mile
shiqwe dil se chale
lab se nikli sada
ho tere teere nazar ka balam
dil nishaana hua
naam sunte hi tera sanam
main deewaana hua

kuchh na apni khabar hai na dil ka pata
teri baaton ne kaisa ye jaadoo kiya
kuchh na apni khabar hai na dil ka pata
teri baaton ne kaisa ye jaadoo kiya
daal kar ik nazar
chheena mera jigar
toone o dilruba
naam sunte hi tera sanam
main deewaana hua

tere teere nazar ka balam
dil nishaana hua

mil gaye ho to phir ab na hona juda
mere saanson mein aa
mere dil mein sama
mil gaye ho to phir ab na hona juda
mere saanson mein aa
mere dil mein sama
koi hamse sune
haaye yaa cheez hai teri zaalim ada
o tere teere nazar ka balam
dil nishaana hua
naam sunte hi tera sanam
main deewaana hua

jhoomta hoon tera jaam e ulfat piye
bhool baithha zamaane ko tere liye
jhoomta hoon tera jaam e ulfat piye
bhool baithha zamaane ko tere liye
bhoolna na mujhe
ab deewaane ko hai
ik tera aasraa
naam sunte hi tera sanam
main deewaana hua
tujhko dil mein basaaye huye ik zamaana hua

tere teere nazar ka balam
dil nishaana hua
tere mere muhabbat ka aaj
ik fasaana hua


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“Tohfa”(1947) was directed by Aghajaani Kashmiri for Seth Brothers Productions, Bombay. The movie had Nawab, Veera, Anuradha, Rehman, Mishra, Basant Malini, T N Charlie, Agha Mirza, Masih, Shakuntala, Pushpa, Baby Janet, Anita etc in it.

Six songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the seventh song from the movie. This song was sung by Parul Ghosh (described as Shrimati Ghosh in HFGK). Nazir Hyderabadis the lyricist. Music was composed by M A Rauf Osmania.

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


Song-Bhole sajan tujhe kaise bataaun (Tohfa)(1947) Singer-Parul Ghosh, Lyrics-Nazir Hyderabadi, MD-M A Rauf Osmania

Lyrics

bhole sajan tujhe kaise bataaun
bhole sajan tujhe kaise bataaun

barkha si bhheeni hain saawan ki raaten
boondon ki rim jhim bijli ki ghaaten
sapnon ki aashaayen preet ki baaten
sapnon ki aashaayen preet ki baaten
kaise sunaaun tujhe kaise sunaaun
kaise sunaaun tujhe kaise sunaaun

bachpan gaya aur aayi jawaani ee
bachpan gaya aur aayi jawaani
jeewan ki raaton pe chhaayee jawaani ee
jeewan ki raaton pe chhaayee jawaani
kaise ujaale laayi jawaani
kaise ujaale laayi jawaani
kaise sujhaaun tujhe kaise sujhaaun
kaise sujhaaun tujhe kaise sujhaaun

thhandi hawaaon mein man lahraaye ae
thhandi hawaaon mein man lahraaye
nainon mein ras hai jiya lalchaaye
jiya lalchaaye
jiya lalchaaye
haathon se joban sambhaaloon ??
haathon se joban sambhaaloon ??
kaise sujhaaun tujhe kaise sujhaaun
bhole sajan tujhe kaise bataaun


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.

A very adorable sweetness, that is what her voice always conveys.  Be it a song of joy or verses of pensive sadness, it is the amiable pleasantness of the voice that appeals the most.  Just earlier in the day, Bakhshish Singh ji and I were conversing about this anniversary today.  One of his comments sounded very charming.  He said, no matter what is the tone of the song, as you listen to it, you can feel a smile behind the sound.  May it be a cheerless song of sadness, even then the voice sounds as if there is a sweet smile behind it.  That is Suraiya’s voice for you.

Remembering this sweet and sad sound and the singer behind it, on the anniversary of her passing away today (31st January).

In hindsight, it is always the regrets that will outnumber the satisfactions.  Looking back, it is very simple to see and examine the outcome, and think about what could have been done differently.  It is a moot exercise, for the past is what it is.  And the easy thing always is to critically examine the action and the results.  What is missing from this equation is the sentiments and the emotional influences that would have prompted the actions.

She chose not to sing playback to other artists, thereby curtailing her own career by her own choice.  She fell in love, but the familial and social circumstances did not allow a consummation of her relationship.  She chose to remain within the family barriers, but then she also chose to remain single for the rest of her life.  As the career faded and the industry slipped past her in high gear, she chose a reclusive life, and shut out the external world for good.  Unfulfilled dreams, unrequited love and a discontented heart.  The proud and confident Jeet of ‘Jeet’ (1949) chose to give in to the pull of that melancholy, and let it be.

What remains are the celluloid memories of a young and enchanting beauty, and a collection of three hundred and some, twinkling gems that continue to be a source of joy for a multitude of her fans and followers.  A fabulous collection, enough to spend a lifetime on.

This is the second rare offering of another twinkling gem, that I bring to you today for your listening pleasure.  The film is ‘Khoobsruat’ from 1952, a Fazli Brothes Production directed by SF Hasnain.  The film has eight songs, written by three songwriters.  This song is written by Shams Azimabaadi.  The music is by Madan Mohan.  The film has Suraiya and Nasir Khan in the lead roles.  Other members of the cast include Yakub, Sengar, Noor, Husn Banu, H Prakash, Praveen, Shaheen, Meghmala, Shakeela, Munshi Munakka, Alka, Bhudo Advani, Baby Zubeda, Jankidas.

This is a lovely song of an expected encounter that is promised will happen.  The sentiments are expressed as if the search is over and the association is regained.

mil jaayegi mujhe meri khoi hui adaa
nazren jhuka ke phir mujhe sharmaana aa gaya

Aah, what a lovely expression, what expectation, and a what a perfect dream.  A dream that was not to be, in real life for her.

Memories remain, and will always tug at the strings of the heart.  Maybe, someone is still expected.
Listen and enjoy.

[Note: There appears to be a missed line in the second antaraa.  It sounds a little strange, but coming from the recording of a 78 rpm, it seems this is what it is.  I tried a couple of different sources, but the content is same.]

Song – Ae Chaand Ab Tu Jaa (Khoobsurat) (1952) Singer – Suraiya, Lyrics – Shams Azimabaadi, MD – Madan Mohan

Lyrics

kab talak mujhko rulaayenge rulaane waale
dil ye kehta hai zaroor
aayenge aane waale

ae chaand ab tu jaa
mera dewaana aa gaya
thi shamma jis jageh
wahin parwaana aa gaya

mil jaayegi mujhe meri
khoi hui adaa
mil jaayegi mujhe meri
khoi hui adaa
nazren jhuka ke phir mujhe
sharmaana aa gaya
thi shamma jis jageh
wahin parwaana aa gaya
wahin parwaana aa gaya
ae chaand ab tu jaa
mera dewaana aa gaya

wo aa rahe hain aaj mujhe
dhoondhte huye
deewaana aa gaya
thi shamma jis jageh
wahin parwaana aa gaya
wahin parwaana aa gaya
ae chaand ab tu jaa
mera dewaana aa gaya
ae chaand ab tu jaa
mera dewaana aa gaya

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
——————————————

कब तलक  मुझको रुलाएंगे रुलाने वाले
दिल ये कहता है ज़रूर
आएंगे आने वाले

ए चाँद अब तू जा
मेरा दीवाना आ गया
थी शम्मा जिस जगह
वहीं परवाना आ गया

मिल जाएगी मुझे मेरी
खोयी हुई अदा
मिल जाएगी मुझे मेरी
खोयी हुई अदा
नज़रें झुका के फिर मुझे
शरमाना आ गया
थी शम्मा जिस जगह
वहीं परवाना आ गया
वहीं परवाना आ गया
ए चाँद अब तू जा
मेरा दीवाना आ गया

वो आ रहे हैं आज मुझे
ढूंढते हुये
दीवाना आ गया
मेरा दीवाना आ गया
थी शम्मा जिस जगह
वहीं परवाना आ गया
वहीं परवाना आ गया
ए चाँद अब तू जा
मेरा दीवाना आ गया
ए चाँद अब तू जा
मेरा दीवाना आ गया


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“Shera Daku”(1966) was directed by Radhakant for Laxmi Chitra, Bombay. The movie had Sheikh Mukhtar, Nishi Kohli, Randhawa, Sunder, Kumkum, Kamraan Khan, Rajen Kapoor, Laxmi Chhaya, Amar, Kanchanmala, Maqbul, Pandit Iqbal, Saudagar Singh, Tiger Joginder Singh, Saroj Khan etc in it.
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“Sheesham”(1952) was produced by Ram Idnani and directed by Kishore Sharma for Anil Pictures Corporation, Bombay. The movie had Nutan, Nasir Khan, Kuldeep, Gope, Gulab, Kamal, Cuckoo, Gulnar, anjum, Ramlal, Uma Dutt, Abu Bakr, Kathana, Indu etc in it.
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“Qaidi”(1957) was produced by F C Mehra and directed by Mohammad Hussain for Eagle Films, Bombay. The movie had Padmini, Suresh, Agha, Anwar, Kumar, Kamal Mehra, Helen, Leela, Raagini, Rajan Kapoor, Amrit Rana, Tuntun, Munshi Munaqqa, Agha Miraz, Nazeera, Rafiq, Sattar etc with Johny Walker, Shyam Sundar and Randhir as guest artists in it.
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“Sabse Bada Rupaiyya”(1955) was directed by P L Santoshi for Alhaad Chitra, Poona. The movie had Shashikala, Agha, Alhaad, Sundar, Nana Palsikar, Achala Sachdev, Krishnakant, Kundan, Raja Gosavi, Haroon, Ramkumar, Vijaybala, Premlata, Rajni, Hira Sawant etc in it.
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While searching for songs of “Village Girl”(1945), I came across a movie of the same title which was produced in 1936. “Village Girl”(1936) had Sabita Devi and Surendra in lead roles.
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Yesterday (24 january 2015) became a dot day for the blog. This normally happens when for some reason I am unable to find time for blogging. In case I am forewarned in advance then I take measures to ensure that at least some posts are made on those days. But sometimes thing happen unexpectedly and that makes all plans go haywire.
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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.

Hullo to all in Atuldom

My intention in writing this post is
1) one more movie becomes all songs complete.
2) To celebrate the birthday of the maker of the movie- Ramesh Sippy.
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