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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.

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.

So two things prompted her to send in this song.  One, that after the stupendous success of ‘Sholay’ in 1975, this was the next occasion, after 5 years, that Dharmendra and Amitabh together appeared in a film, in which they sang a friendship duet.  And the second of course is the mystery trail of Amitabh songs that Atul ji seems to be going after with a great passion, and so she thought she will also pitch in.  Well, more the merrier, and it really applies to music, especially Hindi film music, and especially for the group of friends and readers of this blog, all passionate about Hindi film music.

So here we are, maybe not any closer to getting a preview of the mystery targets towards which the posts of the past couple of weeks seems to be heading.  But we do have one more wonderful song of these two stalwarts together, from thirty five years ago.

The film is ‘Ram Balram’ fron 1980.  It has to be special, since it is directed by the redoubtable Vijay Anand for Navjeevan Films, Bombay.  However, that could not still change or better the history, and this film was no patch on ‘Sholay’ from five years earlier.  For comparison sake, lets see what changed and what didn’t.  Kishore Kumar still was the voice behind Amitabh.  The lyrics still come from the pen of Anand Bakshi.  However, much else changed.  In ‘Sholay’, Kishore Kumar was the voice of Dharmendra, whereas five years later, it is now Amitabh that Kishore sang for.  In the previous instance, Manna Dey had sung playback for Amitabh, and in this song, Mohammed Rafi sings for Dharmendra.  And yes, the important change – the music director changed from RD Burman to Laxmikant Pyaarelal.

The motor bike with the companion carrier changed into a three wheeled car. Interesting choice this one, because this car came into the market, appeared in some show rooms, kept away from the roads and then quietly disappeared. The singing voice for Dharmendra changed from Manna Dey to Mohammed Rafi.  The only other repeats in the star cast were Amjad Khan and Helen.  The rest of the start cast consists of Zeenat Aman, Rekha, Ajit, Sujeet Kumar, Prem Chopra, Nazneen, Urmila Bhatt, Ranjan, Utpal Dutt, Subrato Mahapatra, Master Lucky, Sandeep, Lalita Kumari, Asit Sen, Mohan Sherry, Kirti, Bharat Kapoor, Madhup Sharma, Meghdoot, Moolchand, Ram Avtar, Mamaji, and Gautam Sarin.

Ah yes, one more significant difference is that both the leading men are not on the same side of the law.  Plus that they have links going back into their childhood, whereby it gets explained as to why these two, apparently on the opposite sides of the law, are great friends.  The magic of “Ye Dosti. . .” could not be recreated.  Although the tune created by LP is pleasing and different, but the zing that was present in the earlier song, is absent.

As Khyati Behn points out, this film opens its account on the blog today.  More to come as we move forward.  Till then, view, listen and enjoy this one.

PS: The above corrections to the text of this article are based on the correction point out by Sam ji, in the comments.

Song – Ek Rastaa Aaha Aaha Do Raahi (Ram Balram) (1954) Singers – Mohammed Rafi, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics – Anand Bakshi, MD – Laxmikant Pyaarelal
Rafi + Kishore

Lyrics

ek rasta
aaha aaha
do raahi
aaha aaha
ek rasta
aaha aaha
do raahi
aaha aaha
ek chor
ek sipaahi
aaha aaha
ek rasta
aaha aaha
do raahi
aaha aaha
ek chor
ek sipaahi
aaha aaha
ek rasta
aaha aaha
do raahi
aaha aaha
ek chor
ek sipaahi
aaha aaha
ek rasta
aaha aaha
do raahi
aaha aaha

la la la la la la
la la la la la la
 
bachpan ka khel jawaani ka sach
bachpan ka khel jawaani ka sach
ye hai teri meri zindgaani ka sach
ye hai teri meri zindgaani ka sach
na mit sakey. . .
naseebon ke
kalam ki siyaahi
aaha aaha
siyaahi
aaha aaha
ek rasta
aaha aaha
do raahi
aaha aaha
ek chor
ek sipaahi
aaha aaha

achcha hai kharaab hai bura hai nek hai
achcha hai kharaab hai bura hai nek hai
kuch bhi hai hum dono ka lahu to ek hai
kuch bhi hai hum dono ka lahu to ek hai
na bana chor
tu marzi se
na bana main
sipaahi
aaha aaha
sipaahi
aaha aaha
ek rasta
aaha aaha
do raahi
aaha aaha

(whisling)

manzil hai ek mere saathiya
manzil hai ek mere saathiya
mana hum dono ka judaa hai raasta
mana hum dono ka judaa hai raasta
hum chalte hain
to dete hain
kadam ye
gawaahi
aaha aaha
gawaahi
aaha aaha
ek rasta
. . . .
do raahi
. . . .
ek chor
ek sipaahi
aaha aaha
ek rasta
aaha aaha
do raahi
aaha aaha
ek chor
ek sipaahi
aaha aaha
ek rasta
aaha aaha
do raahi
aaha aaha
ek rasta

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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इक रस्ता
आहा आहा
दो राही
आहा आहा
इक रस्ता
आहा आहा
दो राही
आहा आहा
ईक चोर
इक सिपाही
आहा आहा
इक रस्ता
आहा आहा
दो राही
आहा आहा
ईक चोर
इक सिपाही
आहा आहा
इक रास्ता
आहा आहा
दो राही
आहा आहा
ईक चोर
इक सिपाही
आहा आहा
इक रस्ता
आहा आहा
दो राही
आहा आहा

ला ला ला ला ला ला
ला ला ला ला ला ला

बचपन का खेल जवानी का सच
बचपन का खेल जवानी का सच
ये है तेरी मेरी ज़िंदगानी का सच
ये है तेरी मेरी ज़िंदगानी का सच
ना मिट सके॰ ॰ ॰
नसीबों के
कलम की सियाही
आहा आहा
सियाही
आहा आहा
इक रस्ता
आहा आहा
दो राही
आहा आहा
ईक चोर
इक सिपाही
आहा आहा

अच्छा है खराब है बुरा है नेक है
अच्छा है खराब है बुरा है नेक है
कुछ भी है हम दोनों का लहू तो एक है
कुछ भी है हम दोनों का लहू तो एक है
ना बना चोर
तू मर्ज़ी से
ना बना मैं
सिपाही
आहा आहा
सिपाही
आहा आहा
इक रास्ता
आहा आहा
दो राही
आहा आहा

(सीटी का स्वर)

मंज़िल है एक मेरे साथिया
मंज़िल है एक मेरे साथिया
माना हम दोनों का जुदा है रास्ता
माना हम दोनों का जुदा है रास्ता
हम चलते हैं
तो देते हैं
कदम ये
गवाही
आहा आहा
गवाही
आहा आहा
इक रस्ता
॰ ॰ ॰ ॰
दो राही
॰ ॰ ॰ ॰
ईक चोर
इक सिपाही
आहा आहा
इक रस्ता
आहा आहा
दो राही
आहा आहा
ईक चोर
इक सिपाही
आहा आहा
इक रस्ता
आहा आहा
दो राही
आहा आहा
इक रस्ता


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We have discussed more than 11000 songs by now. I had not thought even in my wildest of dreams that we will one day arrive at such a figure. My view was that we will have about 2500 songs in the blog and then we will not songs left to be discussed. :)

Today, we may laugh at it, but I was serious in my view at that time. We have come a long way in the last six years or so. Many of the songs that we take for granted today were not available online six years ago. I do not have figures, but I am quite sure that the number of songs available on youtube six years ago was far less that the number of HFM songs that it boasts of today.

“Baadshah”(1954) was one such movie whose songs were not available online six years ago. Those were the days when I was looking at the list of Binaca geetmala final songs and was seeking to discuss them in this blog. It was then that I became familiar with this movie called “Baadshah” (1954). Its song Gul muskuraa uthaa bulbul ye gaa uthaa had finished 15th in Binaca geetmala final of 1955. When I searched for this song on YT, I drew a blank. Finally I uploaded this song myself.

Now this song, as well as several other songs from this movie are available on YT. But things were not that easy five years ago, as I can vouch for from first hand experience.

Three more songs from “Baadshah” (1954) have been covered in the blog after that. And I did not have to upload those songs because those songs had become available by then.

Here is the fifth song from “Baadshah”(1954). This song is sung by Lata. Hasrat Jaipuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shankar Jaikishan.

Only the audio of this song is available. Seeing that this movie had Pradeep Kumar and Usha Kiran in lead roles, my guess is that this song was picturised on Usha Kiran. However, I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Jee ghabraaye dil jal jaaye (Baadshah)(1954) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD- Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics

jee ghabraaye
dil jal jaaye
bedardi
ab aa jaaa

jee ghabraaye
dil jal jaaye
bedardi
ab aa ja
saansen ruken
ghut’ta hai dum
aaja re o beraham

aaj tu bhi o jaalim
kisi ka ho gaya
kyun ho gaya
is gagan ka tu ban ke sitaara
kho gaya
kyun kho gaya
is muhabbat ka ab to naseeba
so gaya
haaye so gaya
ji ghabraaye
dil jal jaaye
bedardi
ab aa ja

jaan ke jaane se pehle tadapta
dekh ja tu dekh ja
dil ki aankhon se aansu nikalta
dekh ja
tu dekh ja
apni duniya se ham ko bichhadta
dek ja tu dekh ja
ji ghabraaye
dil jal jaaye
bedardi
ab aa ja
saansen ruken
ghut’ta hai dum
aaja re o beraham


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.

aaye bahaar ban ke
lubhaa kar chale gaye. . .

These lines would apply to so many artists, especially those whose careers in the industry have been short lived, or curtailed for various reasons.  But whatever is the measure of the duration of their work in the industry, it is their creations that continue to delight us, and keeps the memories alive. Even if it is one song.  And the fun part is the process of discovery that continues.  Some of these lesser known artists ended up working for lesser known banners and films.  Their music would only sometimes make it to the mainstream and popular cinema.  Most of the time they created songs for movies that remained unknown and obscure.  Today, when we dig up such unheard gems, that first encounter is such a charm and a pleasure.

Gopal Bahadur Singh is one such songwriter, whose work mostly remained confined to religious an stunt action films in the 1950s and 60s.  We are more familiar with his pen name – Gopal Singh Nepali or GS Nepali, the poet who gave us the timeless bhajan – “Darshan Do Ghanshyam Nath Mori Ankhiyaan Pyaasi Re” in the film ‘Narsi Bhagat’ (1957).

Remembering GS Nepali on the anniversary of his passing away today (17th April).

GS Nepali is one songwriter, who was invited to come to Bombay on his own merit, by PL Santoshi.  As a young journalist from Champaaran district in Bihar, he had already made a good name for himself as a lyricist in Banlga cinema.  He made his debut in Bombay, with the film ‘Begum’ (1945).  The song “Aankehn To Hui Band Magar Dard Jagaa Re“, in the voice of Ashok Kumar and “Kaliyon Mein Hoon Kali Anaar Ki” in the voice of Naseem Bano, became very popular with the audiences.

An interesting anecdote.  The producers of the film ‘Gajre’ (1948) contracted GS Nepali for the song lyrics, and brought in Naushad Sb for music direction.  Of course, Naushad Sb tried to bring in Shakeel Badayuni as the lyricist.  A tussle ensued and finally the producer suggested a  formula by which the two lyricist would share the work half and half.  At this point, Nepali got adamant, and finally it was Naushad Sb who decided to move out of the project, and Anil Biswas was brought in as the MD.  Probably the first time that a songwriter had been able to prevail and work on his own terms.

This song is from the 1954 picture ‘Sultanat’.  The film is directed by Dwarka Khosla for Vikas Productions.  The cast of actors includes Shyama, Manhar Desai, Anwar, Sulochana, Neeru, Tripathi, BM Vyas, Babu Raje, Shanta Patel, and Muhammad Ismail etc.  Of the six songs in this film, four are written by GS Nepali, including this one, and the remaining two are by Anjum Jaipuri.  Music direction is by Chitragupt.  I read an interesting comment in an article about that period. If it was a religious or a stunt film in the 1950s, then quite frequently, it would have GS Nepali and Chitragupt working together, with the majority of the songs in female voice being rendered by Asha.  That is the amount of films these three artists have done together in that era.  Yes, the singing voice is that of Asha ji.  I request other readers and friends to please add more information about the film, and the on screen performance of this song.

A gem of song, that I heard for the first time myself, as I was searching for a song for this post.  The music is vintage Chitragupt – melodious, with a fairly good pace.  An expression of happiness as the time of waiting for the beloved is over and the two have met in the spring.  As the lady says

tha asar papihe ki
pyaar ki pukar mein

A lively and endearing song.  Listen and enjoy.


Song – Hum The Intezaar Mein Ghaayal Tere Pyar Mein (Sultanat) (1954) Singers – Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – GS Nepali, MD – Chitragupt

Lyrics

hum the intezaar mein
ghaayal tere pyar mein
bichhde huye baalma
mil gaye bahaar mein
hum the intezaar mein
ghaayal tere pyar mein
bichhde huye baalma
mil gaye bahaar mein
hum the intezaar mein. . .

mausam mazedaar tha
tabiyat beqaraar thi
tum nahin the saath mein
chaandni bekaar thi
ho chaandni bekaar thi
mausam mazedaar tha
tabiyat beqaraar thi
tum nahin the saath mein
chaandni bekaar thi
ho chaandni bekaar thi
tha asar papihe ki
pyar ki pukar mein
bichhde huye baalma
mil gaye bahaar mein
hum the intezaar mein. . .

do dilon ke saaz pe
ek raag chhed do
zindagi haseen ho
wo bihaag chhed do
ji wo bihaag chhed do
do dilon ke saaj pe
ek raag chhed do
zindagi haseen ho
wo bihaag chhed do
ji wo bihaag chhed do
jeet hai sitar mein
dard taar taar mein
bichhde huye baalma
mil gaye bahaar mein
hum the intezaar mein. . .

main solah singaar mein
taaron bhari raat hoon
khushboo mein doobi huyi
pyaar ki saugaat hoon
main pyaar ki saugaat hoon
main solah singaar mein
taaron bhari raat hoon
khushboo mein doobi huyi
pyaar ki saugaat hoon
main pyaar ki saugaat hoon
jhoomti hoon raat bhar
taaron ki kataar mein
bichhde huye baalma
mil gaye bahaar mein
hum the intezaar mein
ghaayal tere pyar mein
bichhde huye baalma
mil gaye bahaar mein
hum the intezaar mein. . .

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हम थे इंतज़ार में
घायल तेरे प्यार में
बिछड़े हुये बालमा
मिल गए बहार में
हम थे इंतज़ार में
घायल तेरे प्यार में
बिछड़े हुये बालमा
मिल गए बहार में
हम थे इंतज़ार में॰ ॰ ॰

मौसम मज़ेदार था
तबीयत बेक़रार थी
तुम नहीं थे साथ में
चाँदनी बेकार थी
हो चाँदनी बेकार थी
मौसम मज़ेदार था
तबीयत बेक़रार थी
तुम नहीं थे साथ में
चाँदनी बेकार थी
हो चाँदनी बेकार थी
था असर पपीहे की
प्यार की पुकार में
बिछड़े हुये बालमा
मिल गए बहार में
हम थे इंतज़ार में॰ ॰ ॰

दो दिलों के साज पर
एक राग छेड़ दो
ज़िंदगी हसीन हो
वो बिहाग छेड़ दो
जी वो बिहाग छेड़ दो
दो दिलों के साज पर
एक राग छेड़ दो
ज़िंदगी हसीन हो
वो बिहाग छेड़ दो
जी वो बिहाग छेड़ दो
जीत है सितार में
दर्द तार तार में
बिछड़े हुये बालमा
मिल गए बहार में
हम थे इंतज़ार में॰ ॰ ॰

मैं सोलह सिंगार में
तारों भरी रात हूँ
खुशबू में डूबी हुई
प्यार की सौगात हूँ
मैं प्यार की सौगात हूँ
मैं सोलह सिंगार में
तारों भरी रात हूँ
खुशबू में डूबी हुई
प्यार की सौगात हूँ
मैं प्यार की सौगात हूँ
झूमती हूँ रात भर
तारों की कतार में
बिछड़े हुये बालमा
मिल गए बहार में
हम थे इंतज़ार में
घायल तेरे प्यार में
बिछड़े हुये बालमा
मिल गए बहार में
हम थे इंतज़ार में॰ ॰ ॰

 


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.

Names of so many artists echo back to us from the decades past.  Names that stir up memories of wonderful songs, sometimes happy, sometimes melancholic, but always very endearing.  Their words, their sounds and their music continues to mesmerize us, even though the creators themselves have long ago taken their final journey.

Today is the anniversary of passing away of poet Aarzoo Lakhnavi, one of the stalwarts of the earlier decades of Hindi cinema.

Aarzoo Sb belonged to a family of men of letters.  Both his father and elder brother were poets in the traditional ‘adab’.  They ensured that he had a good education in Urdu and Persian.  He was just twelve years when he started to write. In the mid 1930s, he came to Calcutta from Lucknow, and got associated with New Theatres.  His name appears in association with the stalwarts of that era – RC Boral and Pankaj Mullick, KL Saigal and Kanan Devi, for films like ‘Manzil’ (1936),’Mukti’ (1937), ‘Street Singer’ (1938), ‘Dushman’ and ‘Jawaani Ki Reet’ (1939),’Zindagi’ (1940), and ‘Doctor’ and ‘Lagan’ (1941).  The list of songs from these films reads like the top hits from New Theatres, that came from the partnership of these artists.

In 1942, he moved to Bombay, and continued to write lyrics and dialogues for films.  Sometime after the partition, he moved to Karachi, and joined Radio Pakistan.  But he continued to write occasionally for films out of Bombay.  He passed away in 1961.  As we browse the Geet Kosh, we find a song by him as late as 1967 – “Gore Gore Chaand Ke Mukh Par” from the film ‘Anita’.

Today’s song is from the 1949 film ‘Sipahiya’.  The music is by C Ramchandra and the singing voice is that of Lata Mangeshkar. The film was directed by Aspi for Super Pictures, Bombay.  The star cast for the film includes Madhubala, Agha, Husn Bano, Kanhaiya Lal, Ghulam Rasool, Ameerbai, Yakub, Altaf, Zillo Bai, MK Hasan amongst others.

I would request other friends and readers to please add more information about this film and the on screen performance of this song.


Song – Aaram Ke The Saathi Kya Kya (Sipahiya) (1949) Singers – Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Aarzoo Lakhnavi, MD – C Ramchandra

Lyrics

bharosa kar na daulat par
na soorat par
na chaahat par
ye duniya hai sadaa rehti nahin
ho ek haalat par

aaraam ke the saathi kya kya
jab waqt pada to koi nahin
sab dost hain apne matlab ke
duniya mein kisi ka koi nahin
duniya mein kisi ka koi nahin

kal chalte the jo ishaaron par
kal chalte the jo ishaaron par
ab milti nahin hai unki nazar
ab milti nahin hai unki nazar
ya chaahne waale laakhon the
ya poochne waala koi nahin
aaraam ke the saathi kya kya
jab waqt pada to koi nahin
jab waqt pada to koi nahin

jaisa ke hai mujh par waqt pada
jaisa ke hai mujh par waqt pada
aisa na koi bebas hoga
aisa na koi bebas hoga
jeene ko shaara koi nahin
marne ko bahaana koi nahin
aaraam ke the saathi kya kya
jab waqt pada to koi nahin
jab waqt pada to koi nahin

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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भरोसा कर ना दौलत पर
ना सूरत पर
ना चाहत पर
ये दुनिया है सदा रहती नहीं
हो॰ ॰ एक हालत पर

आराम के थे साथी क्या क्या
जब वक़्त पड़ा तो कोई नहीं
सब दोस्त हैं अपने मतलब के
दुनिया में किसी का कोइ नहीं
दुनिया में किसी का कोइ नहीं

कल चलते थे जो इशारों पर
कल चलते थे जो इशारों पर
अब मिलती नहीं है उनकी नज़र
अब मिलती नहीं है उनकी नज़र
या चाहने वाले लाखों थे
या पूछने वाला कोई नहीं
आराम के थे साथी क्या क्या
जब वक़्त पड़ा तो कोई नहीं
जब वक़्त पड़ा तो कोई नहीं

जैसा के है मुझ पर वक़्त पड़ा
जैसा के है मुझ पर वक़्त पड़ा
ऐसा ना कोई बेबस होगा
ऐसा ना कोई बेबस होगा
जीने को सहारा कोई नहीं
मरने को बहाना कोई नहीं
आराम के थे साथी क्या क्या
जब वक़्त पड़ा तो कोई नहीं
जब वक़्त पड़ा तो कोई नहीं



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.

In the second half of 1960s and the first half of 1970s, Shashi Kapoor was the busiest actor in the industry.  After his struggle years of early 1960s, and riding on the success of films like ‘Jab Jab Phool Khile’ (1965), he started getting offers in such huge numbers, and because he did not turn down any one, there was a time when he was booked for almost 5 to 7 years at a single stretch.

Turning out to be the most dashing and the most handsome of the Kapoor brothers, he continued to ride the waves of popularity all through the 1970s and also 1980s.  Part of the reason was that he maintained his physique very well, for a very long time, much longer than many other lead actors in the industry, whose weight and age starts showing very soon.  Insiders attributed his success with maintaining his health to his wife Jennifer Kendall, who was the proverbial woman behind his successful career.  That may very well be true, because it is also evident that his physique and health started going downhill after Jennifer passed away in 1984.

In this song from the film ‘Vachan’ from 1974, we see him at his debonair and flashy best, as he is serenading Vimi, also one of the more promising and attractive heroines of that time.  Vimi’s star remained in the ascendancy for a very short period, and she was gone quickly, like a shooting star.  The film is directed by Suraj Prakash for the Zar Films Organization, Bombay.  Besides the leading pair already mentioned, the star cast of the film includes Prem Chopra, Jabeen Jaleel, Nazir Hussain, Sulochana, K N Singh, Tarun Bose, Kamal Kapoor, Sulochana Chatterjee, Shammi, Bhola, Paryag Raj, Jaishri T, Rajendra Nath, V Gopal, Praveen Pal, Uma Dutt, Sham Kumar, and Brahm Bhardwaj etc.  The music is by Shankar Jaikishan and the verses have been written by Hasrat Jaipuri, Kiran Kalyani and Shaily Shailendra.  This song is from the pen of Hasrat Jaipuri.  The singing voice is that of Rafi Sb.

Quite evidently, Shashi is make an attempt, and a near successful one at that, to emulate his elder sibling Shammi Kapoor.  The rendition by Rafi Sb is very nearly what he would do for Shammi.  As is evident from the words of the song, apparently the lovebirds we see in the clip have had a standoff and set of difficult times before they come to this point of Shashi now thanking the Almighty that the mind of the lady is now made up in his favor.  Well, some people have all the luck in the world, especially the heroes in Hindi films. :)

View, see and enjoy.


Song – Aapko Pyaar Hua Pyaar Khuda Ki Kudrat (Vachan) (1974) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Lyrics – Hasrat Jaipuri, MD – Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics

aapko pyaar hua pyaar
khuda ki kudrat
aap ne kar liya iqraar
khuda ki kudrat
khuda ki kudrat
khuda ki kudrat
haaye
aapko pyaar hua pyaar
khuda ki kudrat

jo mujhse door rehte the
wo mere paas aaye hain
lipat’te hain wo daaman se
nazar mein pyaar laaye hain
nazar mein pyaar laaye hain
nazar mein pyaar laaye hain
aaj kuchh aur hai aasaar
khuda ki kudrat
khuda ki kudrat
khuda ki kudrat
hooh
aapko pyaar hua pyaar
khuda ki kudrat

banaa gulzar ik shola
asar hai meri ulfat ka
jo thi patthar ki ik moorat
karishma hai ye kismet ka
karishma hai ye kismet ka
karishma hai ye kismet ka
haaye
aahen bharne lagey sarkaar
khuda ki kudrat
khuda ki kudrat
khuda ki kudrat
aapko pyaar hua pyaar
khuda ki kudrat

rahe gairon ke pheloo main
yehi wo jaan e aalam hai
mujhe aawaara kehte the
yehi wo mere humdum hain
yehi wo mere humdum hain
yehi wo mere humdum hain
waah waah
jaan dene ko hai taiyyaar
khuda ki kudrat
khuda ki kudrat
khuda ki kudrat
aapko . . . haaye
khuda ki kudrat
aap ne kar liya iqraar
khuda ki kudrat

 

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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आपको प्यार हुआ प्यार
खुदा की कुदरत
आप ने इक़रार किया
खुदा की कुदरत
खुदा की कुदरत
खुदा की कुदरत
हाए
आपको प्यार हुआ प्यार
खुदा की कुदरत

जो मुझसे दूर रहते थे
वो मेरे पास आए हैं
लिपटते हैं वो दामन से
नज़र में प्यार लाये हैं
नज़र में प्यार लाये हैं
नज़र में प्यार लाये हैं
आज कुछ और हैं आसार
खुदा की कुदरत
खुदा की कुदरत
खुदा की कुदरत
हूह
आपको प्यार हुआ प्यार
खुदा की कुदरत

बना गुलजार इक शोला
असर है मेरी उलफत का
जो थी पत्थर की इक मूरत
करिश्मा है ये किस्मत का
करिश्मा है ये किस्मत का
करिश्मा है ये किस्मत का
हाए
आहें भरने लगे सरकार
खुदा की कुदरत
खुदा की कुदरत
खुदा की कुदरत
आपको प्यार हुआ प्यार
खुदा की कुदरत

रहे गैरों के पहलू में
यही वो जान ए आलम है
मुझे आवारा कहते थे
यही वो मेरे हमदम हैं
यही वो मेरे हमदम हैं
यही वो मेरे हमदम हैं
वाह वाह
जान देने को है तैयार
खुदा की कुदरत
खुदा की कुदरत
खुदा की कुदरत
आपको ॰ ॰ ॰ हाय
खुदा की कुदरत
आप ने इक़रार किया
खुदा की कुदरत


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 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.

However, now the social atmosphere was different. People were not yet used to the sentiments of “we”and “they”. This necessitated changed topics for films being made. Big guns like Mehboob and B R Chopra did not touch “sensitive” issues. Instead,their stress was on entertainment and minor current social issues.

While entertainers like Dil Deke Dekho, Anadi, Love marriage, Bazigar,Bank manager, Bhai behan, Chhoti behen, Black cat, C I D Girl, Chacha Zindabad, Chandrasena, Circus queen, Commander, Didi, Do Gunde, Do Ustaad, Dr. Z, Fashionable wife, Guest house, Jaal saaz, Kali topi laal rumaal, Kanhaiya, Paigham, Qaidi No.911, Satta Bazar, School master, Shararat, came to entertain people, some specialised films too were made. Historicals like Tipu Sultan and Samrat Prithwiraj Chauhan were made. As usual Mythological were there too.

V. Shantaram, after 5 years,once again tried his hand successfully at making a film based on Dancing. Navrang not only had excellent Dances, but C.Ramchandra created his magic-albeit sans Lata-this time with Asha Bhosale. Guru Dutt’s dream film “Kagaz ke Phool” was a failure, just like Raj kapoor’s dream film “Mera Naam Joker” a few years hence. Both films were prestigious films for these ace film makers and they had staked their own for these movies. The failure of these movies at the box office shattered their makers to the core. But such is the fickleness of Indian audience !

Bimal Roy had his special touch in Sujata and Hrishikesh Mukherjee equalled his mentor with Anadi. B R Chopra made Dhool ka Phool discussing premariatal pregnancy and the upbringing of a Hindu baby by a kind Muslim family. ( This same theme was stretched to another level, by him, 2 years later with Dharmaputra-61).

Social issues were touched in Paigham( owner vs. workers), Heera Moti (farmer’s problems), Satta Bazar ( ills of gambling). Khwaja Ahmed Abbas showed his ‘never say die’ spirit by making “chaar dil chaar rahen”, which as expected flopped despite good cast. S Mukherjee, Usha Khanna and Shammi Kpoor weaved magic with Dil Dke Dekho, which became a trend setter for Nasir Hussain and directors of his ilk, in the coming years. Goonj Uthhi Shehnai had music by the old stalwart Vasant Desai who proved to be as good as new !

Satta Baazar-59 was produced and directed by Ravindra Dave through his own banner Nagina films. Music was by Kalyan ji-Anandji, whose assistant was Laxmikant (of the L-P jodi later on). The lyricists were Shailendra, Hasrat, Indivar and Gulshan Bawra. This was just the second film for Bawra after Chandrasena with the same Music Director.

Gulshan Bawra (Mehta) was a strange combination of a Lyricist and a comic actor. He was born on 12-4-1937at Shekhupura, near Lahore, but he was educated in Jaipur and Delhi. After Graduation, his first job was at Bombay as a Goods clerk in Carnak Bandar,in 1955. He used to write songs and keep them. he even wrote on the back of goods receipts. He got his first break in film ‘Chandrasena’-59, with the help of kalyanji bhai- who became his Godfather.Later his songs from film Satta Bazar made him famous. One of the distributors Shantibhai called him a Bawra and this name stuck. In 1961, he left the job and became a Lyricist. In next 12 years out of his 23 films,16 films were by Kalayanji-Anand ji. He got the Filmfare awards for Upkar-67 and Zanjeer-73.

He first acted in a Punjabi film-Sassi Punnu-65. He acted in about 30 odd films including Upkar, Zanjeer, Shreeman Satyavaadi, Do badan, Vishwas, Jwar Bhata, Ganwar, Parivar etc etc. He was a good cook. He had married a Sindhi girl from his neighbourhood. He stayed in Bandra, Bombay. After a long illness,he died on 7-8-2009.

The cast of the film Satta Bazar-59 was Balraj Sahani Meena Kumari, Johnny Walker,Tiwari, Asit Sen, Krishnakant, Suresh etc .

Actor Suresh may not be known much to new generation. The famous song of Rafi,”Suhani raat dhal chki”was filmed on Suresh in film Dulari-49. His real name was Nazim Ahmed. He was born on 13-11-1928 at Gurdaspur in Punjab. He was a very handsome person. He started his filmi career as a child artist, with Bombay Talkies in Jhoola-39,Anjaan-41,Naya Sansar-41 and Basant -42 Later he became a leading actor. He was one of those rare cases where a child actor became a successful adult actor. Producer director A R Kardar patronised him and like a doting father,he allowed Suresh to select his Heroines.Geeta Bali/Madhubala in Dulari,Suraiya/Sumitra devi in Deewana,Nalini Jaywant in Jaadoo,Vaijayantimala in Yasmin etc. He worked with all top heroines of this day and also with Azra,Padmini,Vijaya Chaudhari,Shashikala,Nanda etc. In 1950 he went to Pakistan and did 2 films there. He returned as he felt that he had no future there. In the mid 50s,he started doing B and C grade films as wellas character roles. In 1970,he produced a film “Ganga aur Sooraj”. The main villain of the film Anwar Hussain got Paralysis,the film stranded and delayed. It was finally released in 1980. He was deep in financial crisis and died penniless ,

The story of the film Satta Baazaar-59 was-

Here is a story that wriggles around the ” Adverse” out come of gambling and the psychology of a step mother. . Jamuna( Meena Kumari) is married to widower Ramesh ( Balraj Sahni), a well settled business man who has a daughter Kala ( Vijaya Chaudhari) from his first wife. . Jamuna tries her utmost to be substitue for Kalas real mother. She gives her love and affection but the girl ridicules her and shows extreme contempt for the new mother.

Climax between the relation of the step mother and the daughter reaches when the marriage of Kala is under question Kala is in love with Shyam ( Suresh). Shyam is the son of Bholanath( Asit Sen),business partner of Ramesh. Ramesh opposes this marriage and calls it ” an impossibility “because the lovers have different castes and come from different provinces. Jamuna comes to the rescue of the young lovers. She argues with Ramesh that the world has gone a long way ahead and the entrenched caste prejudices should not be allowed to come in the way of those young innocent lovers. Jamuna succeeds in her just stand, Kala moved to tears she embraces Jamuna calling Maa. Kala is engaged to shyam.

Fate has a lot to play Ramesh gets entangled with a money crazy gambler Badri Prasad ( Ramayan Tiwari). Satta Bazaar with all its traditional glory does to Ramesh what it had been doing in the past to human race. . Jamuna denounces gambling and protests but Ramesh does not give up till it lowers him to a down right maniac gambler and ruins him and his family. He becomes a target of society and has to face the brunt of his daughters un-happiness and the tortures which his wife and child from Jamuna have to under go. .

Eventually the situation is solved, with the help of Jamuna,,Jagat(Johnny Walker)-assistant of Ramesh and Shyam. The cheating and black deeds of Badri Prasad are exposed, how he cheated Ramesh. Ramesh gets back his money,but learns a lesson that gambling and the money procured by it are not the only means of higher and better living. The family comes together once again and ..they lived happily ever after !

The film had 8 songs and this will be the 4th song to be posted here. When you hear this song,you may be reminded of another song from film “Sanghursh”-68 namely “mere pairon mein ghungroo bandha de”. Naushad too seems to have got inspired by this song from Satta Bazar-9 years back. Just enjoy this song by Suman Kalyanpur and Rafi saab….


Song-Zara thehro ji Abdul Gaffar (Satta Baazaar)(1959) Singers-Rafi, Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

hey ae ae haah

Zara thehro ji
ho zara thehro ji Abdul Gaffar
roomal mera le ke jaana
zara thehro ji Abdul Gaffar
roomal mera le ke jaana
O main to laayi chaman se bahaar
roomal mera le ke jaana

ho gori hamko bhi tumse hai pyaar
roomaal hamen deke jaana
ho tere chaahne waale hain hazaar
roomal hamen de ke jaana
ho gori hamko bhi tumse hai pyaar
roomaal hamen de ke jaana

resham ke tukde pe duniya deewaani
is par likhi hai dilon ki kahaani
dilon ki kahaani

paagal hai tum par ye badnaam Jaani
maange mohabbat ki tumse nishaani
kuchh din karo intezar
roomal mera le ke jaana

hoy
gori hamko bhi tumse hai pyaar
roomal hamen de ke jaana
zara thehro ji Abdul Gaffaar
Roomal mera le ke jaana

ulfat ke chakkar mein ham phans raha hai
rota nahin
dekh ham hans raha hai
ji ham hans raha hai
ghabra na bulbul hum aaye chhudaane
duniya ke pinjre se tujhko udaane

sun lo ye dil ki pukaar
roomal hamen de ke jaana
zara thehro ji Abdul Gaffar
roomaal mera le ke jaana

ho gori hamko bhi tumse hai pyaar
roomaal hamen de ke jaana

yaah haha


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.

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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#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 12 # Mahendra Kapoor – 1
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‘Sandhyaa – 1975’ was a ‘Night Films, Bombay’ presentation, directed by Mirza Masud Baig and Sunil Kumar. Its cast includes Aziz Mirza, Nargis Banu, Sunil Kumar, Rajita Thakur, Sharad Kumar, Nilo Rai, Kamal Kapoor, Hiralal, Ratnamala, Haider Kumar, Dilip Dutt, Mona, Baby Bindu, Mishri Lal, Hariram Raheja, Mojiram, Radheshyam, Mohd Ali, Harun, Romeo, Rehana, Surendra Sharma, Prasad, Ashok, Moolchand, M.L.Kapoor, Sajjan Harilalka and Yudhishthir.
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“Maalkin” (1953) was a Gopi Productions movie. It was produced by Ram Kamlani and directed by O P Dutta. The movie had Sajjan, Nutan, Purnima, Pran, Durga Khote, Gope, Raj Mehra, Yakub etc in it.
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“Raag Rang” (1952) was produced under the banner of Bali sisters production and it was produced by Geeta Bali and Sudha Bali. The movie was directed by Digvijay. The movie had Ashok Kumar, Geeta Bali, Ruma Guha Thakurta, Sudha Bali, Madan Puri, Agha, Raja Paranjpe, Sundar, Janki Das, S Nazir etc in it.
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