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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.

Posts like this come really once in a while. I would like to call them million dollar posts. Or rather ‘laakh rupaye ki baat (post)’ – because ‘Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindusatni’. :) :)

Congratulations to all fellow band-wagoneers and welcome to the next century milestone. We are Ten Thousand and Two Hundredth post today. And the march continues. Generally, when we come to century posts, we have celebrations connected to it. Almost always, we have at least one anniversary that we connect with a century post, or we have a certain artist also complete a century or a multi century individual milestone along with the blog century milestone. Occasionally we have a double celebration connected together, which actually makes three milestones – the blog century post, and two other important celebrations – combinations of artist anniversaries and / or artist century posts.

The special that we have today is a more rare occurrence – blog century milestone plus three other milestones. I tried to search for other examples of similar dimensions, and can readily recall only one other such combination. On 12th February last year, when the blog clocked the 7500th song, we had a special that included century milestones for three artists together. The song is “Tum Bansi Ho Main Taan” (http://atulsongaday.me/2013/02/12/tum-bansi-ho-main-taan/) from the film ‘Radha Krishna’ (1954). I request Atul ji and other readers to identify whether any more such quadruple celebration posts have happened in the past. The artists that clocked the century milestones together in the 7500th post are Lata ji (then at 2200 songs), Geeta ji (then at 400 songs) and Sachin Da (also at 400 songs at that point). So two singers and a music director.

What we have today is another interesting combination of three artists who are reaching the grand centuries of individual presence on the blog. And oh, so very very interesting that two of the artists from the 7500th song are also present in the celebration of the 10,200th song today. The honor roll of the artists for today’s celebration is Lata ji, Sachin Da and Rajinder Krishan – a balanced mix of singer, music director and lyricist. Lata ji is reaching her 2700 song to be published here. Rajinder Krishan breaches the 800 mark and Sachin Da arrives at the 500th song to be showcased here on the blog.

The reason I call such occasions as ‘Laakh Rupyae Ki Post’, is because it really is a combination of many unpredictable variables that can make it happen. In general, each of the artists is progressing at their own pace, as and when their songs get posted. Sometimes we see an acceleration by design, but that is only because either their anniversary is due, and / or their individual century milestone is approaching. Making it happen by design can be done for maybe one artist at a time. It is sheer coincidence when we may find two artists approaching their individual milestones and then Atul ji may try to coincide the celebrations. Such coincidences are rare.

But rarer still is the possibility that three artists will be approaching their individual milestones. Such occurrences are a horizon beyond coincidence. They sound more like quirks of improbability, converging into an event. And then getting coupled to the blog century marker – that is one more dimension variable that further complicates the equation. Ah, but the kicker is still to come.

For all these celebrations to come together, there is the much bigger improbability at work. And that also has two further dimensions. One – that the artist that we are trying to put together into a single post, well, they should have worked together, to make it into a single post, that means – one song. Now this is the real clincher. With so many artists working together to have created so many thousands of songs, one would simply expect many of them to have worked together for creating music. That is the general expectation. But I tell you, the actual state of affairs is not so straightforward. Two artists – well, one can still expect to see a good sizeable body of work done together. Add one more artist to the list. And suddenly the number of songs available from them having worked together plummets down by orders of magnitude.

Take the example for today. Lata ji, Rajinder Krishan, Sachin Da – all three very prolific artists with really big size contributions to the world of Hindi film song. But I was really stumped to find that Rajinder Krishan and Sachin Da have worked together just in five films – four of which came in 1950-51 and the fifth came in 1957. With so much work done by both these stalwarts over a contemporaneous period of almost three and a half decades, suddenly we find ourselves working with a very limited portfolio of songs. Add the name of Lata ji to this mix, and that further reduces the number of options we have for ferreting out a song for special celebrations.

And now to add the final dimension of complexity to this whole affair. The song should be unpublished on the blog. Wo, now we are really fishing for needles in haystack. With such a large number of songs now posted, this exercise becomes even more limiting. Of course, as we are merrily going along with posts day in and day out, we are not really bothering to hold back songs for special occasions like these combinatorial celebrations. And when the quirks of improbability bring us to this juncture, we find ourselves really scrambling to get to a good song worthy of the celebration. Putting all these permutations and combinations together, it is really a challenging task to be able to do a post such as this. I remember when I was preparing for the 7500th post. Having pored through pages and pages of Geet Kosh details, I was really amazed to find that Sachin Da, Lata ji and Geeta ji are featured together in just one songs across all their careers. And being blessed for small mercies, the song was not yet published on the blog. (I base this on the information that is currently available in the print version of the Geet Kosh. There may be missing information or corrected information that may change this result.)

And so, being blessed for small mercies – :) :) – this ocean of Hindi film songs still holds a gem or two, for all occasions.

This song that I present for this celebration today, bringing together these three stalwart artists, comes from the 1957 film ‘Miss India’. A song sung by a young damsel, who has just lost her heart in love, is asking of the morning breeze whether it knows how her heart was taken away. A lovely gem of a song coming from a not totally unfamiliar film. A very pleasant listen – a soft melody that makes one get a feel of the early morning breeze. Depend on Sachin Da to add in some folk elements into the construction of the melody. I could locate only the audio of this song, but my intuition is that this song would have been performed by Nargis on screen.

And so, the bandwagon marches on, continuing to discover lost and unheard gems. Ten thousand two hundred songs – or as Raja ji would put it – ‘Ten time Ten time Ten times Ten plus Two times Ten times Ten’. My, my, we are into some very impressive numbers league now.

Listen and enjoy.


Song-Baad e saba kuchh to bata (Miss India)(1957) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-S D Burman

Lyrics

aaa aaa aaaaaaaa
baad e sabaa
kuchh to bataa
ye kya huaa
kaise mera
oye ji ji ji ji
ji ji ji ji
dil kho gayaa
baad e sabaa
kuch to bataa
ye kya huaa
kaise mera
o ji ji ji ji
ji ji ji ji
dil kho gayaa
baad e sabaa

kal raat jab chaandni thi jawaan
aa nikle thhe yoon hi do dil yahaan
kal raat jab chaandni thi jawaan
aa nikle thhe yoon hi do dil yahaan
chaand dhhalta gayaa
dil machalta gaya
pyaar ka ik suhaana bahaana hua
o ji ji ji ji
ji ji ji ji
dil kho gayaa
baad e sabaa
kuch to bataa
ye kya huaa
kaise mera
o ji ji ji ji
ji ji ji ji
dil kho gayaa
baad e sabaaaaaa aaaaa
aaaaaa aaaaaaa
aaa aaaa aaaa aaaa aaaaaaaa

lehar kaise kinaare se takraa gayi
chali thhi kahaan se kahaan aa gayi
lehar kaise kinaare se takraa gayi
chali thhi kahaan se kahaan aa gayi
naao behti gayi
aur kehti gayi
hai ye subah nayi ye zamaana naya
o ji ji ji ji
ji ji ji ji
dil kho gayaa
baad e sabaa
kuch to bataa
ye kya huaa
kaise mera
o ji ji ji ji
ji ji ji ji
dil kho gayaa
baad e sabaa

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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आ आ आ आ
बादे सबा
कुछ तो बता
ये क्या हुआ
कैसे मेरा
ओय जी जी जी जी
जी जी जी जी जी
दिल खो गया
बादे सबा
कुछ तो बता
ये क्या हुआ
कैसे मेरा
ओ जी जी जी जी जी
जी जी जी जी जी
दिल खो गया
बादे सबा

कल रात जब चाँदनी थी जवां
आ निकले थे यूं ही दो दिल यहाँ
कल रात जब चाँदनी थी जवां
आ निकले थे यूं ही दो दिल यहाँ
चाँद ढलता गया
दिल मचलता गया
प्यार का इक सुहाना बहाना हुआ
ओ जी जी जी जी
जी जी जी जी
दिल खो गया
बादे सबा
कुछ तो बता
ये क्या हुआ
कैसे मेरा
ओ जी जी जी जी
जी जी जी जी जी
दिल खो गया
बादे सबा
आ आ
आssss आssssss
आ आss आss आss आsssss

लहर कैसे किनारे से टकरा गयी
चली थी कहाँ से कहाँ आ गयी
लहर कैसे किनारे से टकरा गयी
चली थी कहाँ से कहाँ आ गयी
नाव बहती गयी
और कहती गयी
है ये सुबह नयी ये ज़माना नया
ओ जी जी जी जी
जी जी जी जी
दिल खो गया
बादे सबा
कुछ तो बता
ये क्या हुआ
कैसे मेरा
ओ जी जी जी जी
जी जी जी जी
दिल खो गया
बादे सबा

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Zohrabai Ambalewaali has completed her century of songs in the blog. She had sung more than two hundred songs in her career, so we still have lots of her songs remaining to be discussed.

Here is another song sung by Zohrabai Ambalewaali. It is from a movie called “Gaurav” (1947). Saraswati Kumar Deepak is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shanti Kumar Desai.

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

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


Song-Hanso hanso mere man ki hanso phulwaari(Gaurav)(1947) Singer-Zohrabai Ambalewaali, Lyrics-Saraswati Kumar Deepak, MD-Shanti Kumar Desai

Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

Hanso hanso
hanso hanso
mere man ki ee
mere man ki hanso
mere man ki hanso
phulwaari
hanso hanso
hanso hanso
mere man ki ee
mere man ki hanso
mere man ki hanso
phulwaari

hanso tum bhi hanso
hansoon main bhi hansu
hanso tum bhi hanso
hansoon main bhi hansoon
piya pyaare ke nainon ki
nagri basoon
nagri basoon
piya pyaare ke nainon ki
nagri basoon
nagri basoon
thehro aati
thehro aati
thehro aati pujaaran pujaari
thehro aati pujaaran pujaari
mere man ki hanso
mere man ki hanso
phulwaari
hanso hanso
hanso hanso
mere man ki ee
mere man ki hanso
mere man ki hanso
Pphulwaari

ho o o
meri bindi ko
meri bindi ko rang gayi
sooraj kiran
meri bindi ko rang gayi
sooraj kiran
meri kaliyaan
ho o meri kaliyaan
meri kaliyaan
ho o meri kaliyaan
khila gayin chandaa kiran
poori ho gayi
poori ho gayi lagan
mere man ki lagan
mere man ki lagan
lagan mere man ki lagan
mere man ki lagan

duniya dekhegi
ye duniya dekhegi
ye duniya hamaari
mere sapnon ki
ho mere sapnon ki duniya
dulaari
ho dulaari
mere sapnon ki duniya
dulaari
Ho dulaari
mere man ki hanso
mere man ki hanso
phulwaari

hanso hanso
hanso hanso
mere man ki ee
mere man ki hanso
mere man ki hanso
phulwaari
hanso hanso


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“Shahanshah” (1953) was directed by Amiya Chakraborty for G P Productions, Bombay. The movie had Kamini Kaushal, Ranjan, K N Singh, Achala Sachdev, Shakeela, Agha, Mukri, Jagdish Kamal, Rajan Kapoor, Ramesh sippy, Baby Usha, Cuckoo, Mariana Lisbeth, Neeru, Kishu etc in it.

Four songs from this obscure movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the fifth song from this movie.

This song is sung by Geeta Dutt. Sahir Ludhianvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by S D Burman.

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

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


Singer-Le le dil ko le le qismat ke hain ye mele (Shahanshah)(1953) Singer-Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Sahir Ludhianvi, MD-S D Burman

Lyrics (Provided by Nitin Shah)

le le
dil ko le le
qismat ke hain ye mele
qismat ke hain ye mele
dil de ke dil ko le le le le le
qismat ke hain ye mele
qismat ke hain ye mele
dil de ke dil ko le le le le le
qismat ke hain ye mele

ye husn ye jawaani ee
ye aag aur ye paani ee
sab kuchh tere liye hai
aa teri meharbaani
dil de ke dil ko le le le le le
qismat ke hain ye mele
qismat ke hain ye mele
dil de ke dil ko le le le le le
qismat ke hain ye mele

mehka hua hai gulshan
do chaar phool chun le ae
ye baat hai patey ki
ae mere yaar sun le
dil de ke dil ko le le le le le
qismat ke hain ye mele
qismat ke hain ye mele
dil de ke dil ko le le le le le
qismat ke hain ye mele

duniya ka gham bhula de ae
dil ka salaam leke ae
ho ja kisi pe sadqe
allah ka naam leke
dil de ke dil ko le le le le le
qismat ke hain ye mele
qismat ke hain ye mele
dil de ke dil ko le le le le le
qismat ke hain ye mele

le le dil ko lele
qismat ke hain ye mele
qismat ke hain ye mele
dil de ke dil ko le le le le le
qismat ke hain ye mele
qismat ke hain ye mele
dil de ke dil ko le le le le le
qismat ke hain ye mele

ye husn ye jawaani ee
ye aag aur ye paani ee
sab kuchh tere liye hai
aa teri meharbaani
dil de ke dil ko le le le le le
qismat ke hain ye mele
qismat ke hain ye mele
dil de ke dil ko le le le le le
qismat ke hain ye mele

mehka hua hai gulshan
do chaar phool chun le ae
ye baat hai patey ki
ae mere yaar sun le
dil de ke dil ko le le le le le
qismat ke hain ye mele
qismat ke hain ye mele
dil de ke dil ko le le le le le
qismat ke hain ye mele

duniya ka gham bhula de ae
dil ka salaam leke ae
ho ja kisi pe sadqe
allah ka naam leke
dil de ke dil ko le le le le le
qismat ke hain ye mele
qismat ke hain ye mele
dil de ke dil ko le le le le le
qismat ke hain ye mele


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“Dekh Kabira Roya” (1957) was produced and directed by Amiya Chakraborty for Srirangam, Bombay. The movie had Anita Guha, Ameeta, Anoop Kumar, Daljit, Jawahar Kaul, Shubha Khote, Shivraj, Pravin Paul, Shyam Kumar, Ridku, Robert, Balwant Rahi, Chandabai, Shanti, Omkarnath, Shankarrao Nagarkar, Rampal, Sundar etc in it.

Eight out of its ten songs have been discussed in the blog.

Though I had heard the songs of this movie several times, it is only recently that I watched (a portion) of the movie in order to locate a as yet missing song. It was then that I got a gist of the story line of this movie. The movie is a light hearted tale of three out of job men – a singer, a painter and an editor, and three girls fall in love with them, mistaking them for the other. Thus, the music loving girl falls for the painter, mistaking him for the singer, painting loving girl falls for the editor, mistaking him for the painter while the girl with the literary bent falls for the singer, mistaking him for the editor.

Here is the ninth song from the movie. It is sung by Lata. This missing the beloved song is picturised on Shubha Khote (the girl with literary bent) who is missing Anoop Kumar, mistaking him for the editor, while he is in fact a singer who sings great songs (mostly in Manna Dey’s voice) in the movie.

This song is a part of a raagmaala in the movie where three songs follow one another and in these songs (all sung in Lata’s voice), one of the girl is shown missing her respective beloved. The songs picturised on Ameeta and Anita Guha have already been discussed in the past.

Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Madan Mohan.

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


Song-Tu pyaar kare ya thhukraaye (Dekh Kabira Roye)(1957)Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Madan Mohan

Lyrics (Provided by Nitin Shah)

na gila hoga
na shiqwa
na shikaayat hogi
araz hai chhoti si
sun lo toh inaayat hogi

tu pyaar kare ya thukraaye
ham to hain tere deewanon mein
chaahe tu hamen apna na bana
lekin na samajh begaanon mein

marne se hamen inkaar nahin
jeete hain magar is hasrat mein
marne se hamen inkaar nahin
jeete hain magar is hasrat mein
bhoole se hamaara naam kabhi
aa jaye tere afsaanon mein,
tu pyaar kare ya thukraaye
ham to hain tere deewaanon mein

mit’te hain magar haule haule
jalte hain magar ik baar nahin
mit’te hain magar haule haule
jalte hain magar ik baar nahin
ham shamma ka seena rakhte hain
rehte hain magar parwaanon mein
ham shamma ka seena rakhte hain
rehte hain magar parwaanon mein,
tu pyaar kare ya thhukraaye
ham to hain tere deewaanon mein


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.

Till 1947, Hindi films were made in Bombay, Lahore, Calcutta and Poona. Most studios were located in these cities. South Indian language films were made mainly in Madras and Bangla films were made in Calcutta and Dhaka.

The Partition in 1947 changed the picture completely. Wholesale polarisation took place. Producers of Hindi films had to flee from Lahore, leaving everything behind them and some artists from Bombay left for Pakistan. Thus, after Partition, the exclusive centre for production of Hindi films was only Bombay. By 1950 things settled in India and Pakistan Film Industry.

Telugu film producers shifted to Hyderabad, Kannada films to Bangalore and Malayalam to Kerala. Madras, however,still made films other than Tamil, like Telugu Hindi etc. But now it was only Remakes of successful Tamil films or dubbed films. The 50s saw many Hindi films dubbed from southern languages(Read Tamil/Telugu). Initially, they were Mythological, Fantasy or costume films. In the 60s, however even social films were remade.

Film production in Madras is very methodical and professional. They make films as per plans and in planned times. For this reason, in the 60s to 80s many Hindi film actors volunteered to to make films in south. The producers in south too had their favourites. In the Music area, there were,Ravi ,C.Ramchandra or Madan Mohan, for lyrics and story, Rajinder Krishna and Pradeep, and actors were Jeetendra, Rajendra Kumar,Sunil Dutt and Mehmood.

Though Polarisation took place in film production, the attraction to come to Bombay and work here continued. Artists from various centres still came to Bombay.
The biggest contribution came from Bengal, in the areas of music, direction and acting. Artists from South tried their hand with Hindi films, either by Remade or dubbed films. Thus the greatest south actors like Sivaji Ganeshan, M G Ramchandran, N T Rama Rao, A.Nageshwar Rao, Jayalalita, Janaki, Susheela, Prem Nazir of the older generations and Rajanikanth, Kamal Hasan and Chiranjeevi from the next Generations were seen in Hindi films.

In the music department also, many composers like K.Narayan rao, C.Balaji, S.Rajeshwar Rao, C R Subramanyam, E Shankar, R Sudershanam, Ramesh Naidu, Adi Narayanrao, Vishwanath-Rammurthy, Lingappa etc worked in Hindi films.( Only Dr.Rajkumar, the Kannada Superstar never worked in Hindi films. In fact, except for just 1 Telugu film, Shri Kalhasti Mahatmyam, Dr.Rajkumar never worked in any other language film.)

There is one name from South, which was so famous, that it is surprising that he too gave music to Hindi Films. His name is GHANTASALA.

Most people from outside south may not know this name, but he was a legend in Sothern languages as a Singer and Composer.

GHANTASALA VENKATESWARA RAO was born on 4-12-1922 in a Telugu Bramhin family of Mr.Soorayya, who was a great singer himself. Ghantasala lost his father very early and was brought up by his maternal uncle. After education in college and Karnatak music, he joined the ‘quit India’ movement and was jailed for 18 months. After the sentence was over, he started working in earnest. On someone’s advise, he joined films and did some small roles.

His first film as a MD was ” Mana Desam”, also a debut film for N T Rama Rao. Some sources claim that his debut was with film ” Laxmamma”. After this there was no looking back. Ghantasala became very famous. He sang in Telugu, Kannada, Tamil, Malayalam and Tulu as well as Hindi.

Ghantasala has sung over 10000 songs in southern Languages. He was MD for more than 100 films in south.

Ghantasala’s first Hindi film as MD was Pataal Bhairavi-1952, a Hindi remake of the Telugu blockbuster. His assistant in this film was A.Krishnamoorthy, who knew Hindi very well. He also gave music to Jhanda ooncha rahe hamara-64, Pandav vanvaas-73 and Lav-Kush-74.-all remakes/dubs of Telugu films. In film Rani-52, a remake which had D C Dutt as composer, Ghantasala sang his first Hindi song.(Though this song with a personal commentary by the collector is on You Tube, Gantasala’s daughter refuses to accept that this is Ghantasala’s song).

Ghantasala( This was his surname-his first name being Venkateswara Rao-which was never used by anyone.) died on 11-2-1974 at Madras. He was a Padmashree and a Postage stamp was released with his photo, in his honour on 11-2-2003.

Today we will see and enjoy a song from Pataal Bhairavi-52. This was a production of Vijaya Vauhini studios, produced by B.Nagi Reddy and Chakrapani( He is the same person who was also the Editor of Chandamama Magazines). This film broke all the records of Box office in Andhra and other southern states. So a Tamil retained even in the Hindi version, because Malathi was proficient in speaking, reading and writing Hindi fluently.

Incidentally, after this film, N T Rama Rao started his own Production Studio-Ramkrishna Studios-in Hyderabad.

Vijaya Vauhini studios and the Chandamama offices were located in Vadapalani, a suburb of Madras. In 1980,I had an opportunity to see the studios and also meet Mr.Chakrapani in Chandamama office,through one of my friends in Madras.

PATAAL BHAIRAVI-52 was directed by K.Venkat Reddy and the music was by Ghantasala (Asstt.-A.Krishnamurthy). Lyrics were by Pt.Indra. There were 9 songs ,sung by Talat Mehmood, G M Durrani,Geeta Roy, Kamala Devi and Jikki (P G Krishnaveni). Jikki is one of favourite singers from South,apart from P.Suseela.

The story of Pataal Bhairavi is a Fantasy, full of drama, dances, Magic, Sword Fights, Heavy costumes, palaces and lot many Trick scenes.

Ramu(N T Rama Rao) is the son of an ordinary gardener, who falls in love with Princess Indumathi(Malathi) of Ujjain Kingdom. While the Rajmata has no objection, the king does not approve of a commoner..So, Ramu decides to become rich and meets a mantrik (S V Ranga Rao) who promises to make him rich in quick-time. Actually, the Mantrik wants to sacrifice Ramu to the Goddess ( Girija) to propitiate her and get rich himself.

Ramu comes to know of the mantrik’s plan and plays the game in such a way that instead of Ramu, the Mantrik is sacrificed to the Goddess, who appears before Ramu and makes him rich and powerful. Meanwhile, the king is attacked by a big enemy, but Ramu helps the king and defeats the enemy and saves the kingdom. The king is now in his favour and Ramu not only gets married to Indumathi but is also declared the heir Apparent to the king’s throne.

There are many trick scenes and sword fights in the film worth seeing. It is said that actor RANJAN helped the producers in shooting the sword fight scenes.

( The story was once again remade in 1985, with Jeetendra as Ramu, Jayaprada as Indumati and Kader Khan as the Mantrik. Shoma Anand played the Goddess Patal Bhairavi.)

Here is a melodious song from this film. This is a solo song by Talat Mehmood. After hearing the song, one may be reminded of the song from Barsat-49 – “Bichhade huye pardesi” by Lata Mangeshkar. Those days it was a common and mutually approved way of copying tunes from Hindi-Telugu films, nevertheless Talat song has its own charm too. Enjoy…


Song-Bichhad gaye jo saathi (Paataal Bhairavi)(1952) Singer-Talat Mehmood, Lyrics-Pt Indra Chandra, MD-Ghantasala

Lyrics

bichhad gaye jo saathi
bichhad gaye jo saathi
phir na milenge kya
bichhad gaye jo saathi

bikhhre phoolon ke kaanton se ae
poochh rahi hai bulbul ro ro o
bikhhre phulo ke kaanton se
poochh rahi hai bulbul ro ro
ujde gulshan armaanon ke phir na khilenge kya aa aa
bichhad gaye jo saathi

ulfat roothi kismat roothi
rooth gayi duniya saari
ulfat roothi kismat roothi
rooth gayi duniya saari
bujhe huye ye charaag dil ke
phir na jalenge kya aa
bichhad gaye jo saathi

kya kya thhe armaan hamaare
kya kya thhin ummeeden aen
kya kya thhe armaan hamaare
kya kya thhin ummeeden aen
dil hi dil mein rone waale
phir na hansenge kya aa
bichhad gaye jo saathi
phir na milenge kyaa aa
bichhad gaye jo saathi
bichhad gaye jo saathi


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“Pakshiraaj” (1959) was directed by S N Tripathi for Vijay Films, Bombay. The movie had Nirupa Roy, Manhar Desai, Ulhas, Bhujbal singh, Anand Kumar, Shalini, S N Tripathi, Rajrani, Mahesh Desai, Indira Bansal, Kesari, Babu Raje, Dalpat, Ratnamala, Poonam Kapoor, d D Nautiyal, Anil Kumar, Anand Joshi etc in it.

Two songs from this movie has been discussed in the past. Here is the third song from the movie. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and chorus. J S Kashyap is the lyricist. Music is composed by S N Tripathi.

Only the audio of this rare song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturiastion of this song.


Song-Lalchaaye re najar lalchaaye re (Pakshiraaj)(1959) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics- J S Kashyap, MD- S N Tripathi
Chorus

Lyrics

lalchaaye re najar
lalchaaye re
lalchaaye re najar
lalchaaye re
lalchaaye re najar
lalchaaye re
lalchaaye re najar
lalchaaye re

pyaari pyaari ye soorat
man bhaaye re
haaye re
lalchaaye re najar
lalchaaye re
gora gora ye badan
gora gora ye badan
jaise chanda ki kiran
gora gora ye badan
jaise chanda ki kiran
kaali kaali ankhiyaan
jiya jaaaye re
haaye re
lalchaaye re najar
lalchaaye re
lalchaaye re najar
lalchaaye re
lalchaaye re najar
lalchaaye re

hoy
gori kaahe ko phera mukhda
ho gori kaahe ko
gori kaahe ko phera mukhda
kaahe ji mein basaaya dukhda
ho kaahe ji mein basaaya dukhda
ho kaahe ji mein basaaya ji dukhda
pyaari pyaari ye bhaunwan
pyaari pyaari ye bhaunwan
baanki baanki chitwan
baar baar ye jeewan
hoy
baar baar ye jeewan
nahin aaye re
haaye re
lalchaaye re najar
lalchaaye re
lalchaaye re najar
lalchaaye re
lalchaaye re najar
lalchaaye re

hoy
gori dekho to nain uthhaake
ho gori dekho ke
gori dekho to nain uthhaake
rahi nainon mein jinke samaa ke
rahi nainon mein jinke samaa ke
ho rahi nainon mein jinke samaa ke
wo hi tere sajan
wo hi tere sajan
aaye tere angan
leke man mein lagan
hoy
leke man mein lagan
piyaa aaye re
haaye re
lalchaaye re najar
lalchaaye re
lalchaaye re najar
lalchaaye re
lalchaaye re najar
lalchaaye re

kaal kaal ankhiyaan
jiyaa jaye re
haaye re
lalchaaye re najar
lalchaaye re
lalchaaye re najar
lalchaaye re
lalchaaye re najar
lalchaaye re


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“Farmaaish” (1953) was directed by B K Sagar for J Omprakash’s Majestic Films, Bombay. The movie had Bharat Bhushan, Vijaylaxmi, Pran, Kuldip, Maruti, Chandrashekhar, Amir Banu, R K Sama, Kammo, Khairati, Gope etc in it.

The movie had ten songs in it. As many as six voices were utiised in these songs.

Six songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the seventh song from “Farmaaish” (1953). This song is a duet. Male voice is Rafi’s. It is the female voice that is of particular interest to me. It is the voice of a Mangeshkar sister, but not the usual ones. Theis song has the voice of Meena Mangeshkar, the sister with the least number of songs under her belt among all the sisters.

This song is a nice song to listen to, and I must say that I find her voice quite pleasant to listen to.

Khawar Zamaan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Husnlal Bhagatram. It is a nice song to listen to.

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

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


Singer-Khushiyon ke zamaane aaye (Farmaaish)(1953) Singers-Meena Mangeshkar, Rafi, Lyrics-Khawar Zamaan, MD-Husnlal Bhagatram
Both

Lyrics(Nitin Shah)

khushiyon ke zamaane aaaaye
khushiyon ke zamaane aaaaye
dil pyaar ke gaane gaaye
dil pyaar ke gaane gaaye
maine jabse nain milaaye
haaye
khushiyon ke zamaane aaaaye

o o o o o o o
o o o
dheere-dheere tera-mera mera-tera pyaar huaa
dheere-dheere tera-mera mera-tera pyaar huaa

nainon ke bhaag jaage
tera deedaar hua
nainon ke bhaag jaage
tera deedaar hua
honthon pe taraane aaaaye
kushiyon ke zamaane aaaaye

iss dil ko dil mein le le
le le
iss dil ko dil mein le le
le le
phir lag gaye pyaar ke mele mele
phir lag gaye pyar ke mele mele

ho o o
mere dil mein sama ja
piya dil mein sama ja
tu aaja
ab kaahe der lagaaaaye
khushiyon ke zamaane aaaaye

o o o o o o o o
o o o
chora-chori toone mere dil ko churaye liya
chora-chori toone mere dil ko churaaye liya

jora-jori toone mohe apna banaaye liya
jora-jori toone mohe apna banaaye liya
toone sapne mere sajaaaaye
dil pyaar ke gaane gaaye
dil pyaar ke gaane gaaye
maine jabse nain milaaye
haaye
khushiyon ke zamaane aaaaye
khushiyon ke zamaane aaaaye


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“Baap Bete” (1959) was directed by Raja Paranjpe for A V M Productions, Madras. The movie had Ashok Kumar, Shyama, Chitra, Baburao Pendharkar, Kanhaiyalal, Lalita Pawar, Jagdeep, Ramesh Rao, Vinod Sharma, Krishnakant, Nana Palsikar, Jagdish Raj, V D Puranik, Vasant Ghorpade, Rajendra Kumar Singh etc in it.
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“Aaj Ki Baat” (1955) was produced and directed by Leela Chitnis to launch the career of her son Ajeet Chitnis. The movie had Ajeet Chitnis, Uday, Chitra, Bipin Gupta, Manmohan Krishna, Sunder, Leela Chitnis etc in it.
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“Saazish” (1959) was directed by Surya Kumar for Filmistan. The movie had Ranjan, Nalini Chonkar, B M Vyas, P Kailash, Balraj, Husn Banu, Randheer, Kanu Roy, Badri Prasad, Ram Avtar, Sabita Chatterji, Indira Bansal, Bhalerao, Vitthaldas Panchotiya, Sulochana etc in it.
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