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“Gehra Raaz” (1971) was directed by Niranjan for Salim Productions, Bombay. This B grade suspense movie had Sujit Kumar, Sofia (new find as they said those days), Sheikh Mukhtaar, Abhi Bhattacharya, Satyajit, Brahnchaari, Madhumati, Mohan Sherry, Eshwar, Dinani, Paro, Uma Dutt, Hiralal, Pardesi, Rani, samson, Jelani, Lohani, Sadhna Khote, Sarla, Master Salim etc in it.

Today (27 august 2014) is the 38th death anniversary of Mukesh. Here is a rare song from this obscure movie on this occasion. This song is sung by Mukesh and Krishna Kalle. The song is picturised on Sujit Kumar and Sofia.

Akhtar Romani is the lyricist. This movie had two music directors, viz Salil Chaudhary and Raj Ravinder. The music of two songs in the movie, including this song, was composed by Raj Ravinder.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.


Song-Zulfon ko lehra ke chalo na bikhraa ke (Gehra Raaz)(1971) Singers-Mukesh, Krishna Kalle, Lyrics-Akhtar Romani, MD-Raj Ravinder
Both

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

zulfon ko lehraa ke
chalo naa bikharaa ke
saawan ki ghataa sharmaayegi
zulfon ko lehraa ke
chalo naa bikhraa ke
saawan ki ghataa sharmaayegi

dekho na muskuraa ke
yoon nazrein milaake
phoolon ki adaa sharmaayegi
dekho na muskuraake
yoon nazrein milaa ke
phoolon ki adaa sharmaayegi

ye jhuki jhuki aankhein
ye ruki ruki saansein
ke duniyaa hi ruk jaaye naa
qasam hai tumhaari
ke tumse main haari
jabhi toh aankh jhuk jaaye naa haayye

nigaahon ko jhukaa ke
chalo naa sharmaa ke
dekhegi hayaa sharmaayegi
dekho na muskuraa ke
yoon nazrein milaa ke
phoolon ki adaa sharmaayegi

kali main albeli
rahoongi na akeli
jo chaahoon woh kahaa jaaye naa aa

ye kirnon si raahein
ye jharnon si baahein
bulaaye toh rahaa jaaye naa haayye
hawaa mein ithhlaa ke
chalo naa itraa ke
gulshan ki fizaa sharmaayegi

zulfon ko lehraa ke
chalo naa bikharaa ke
saawan ki ghataa sharmaayegi

ye dil hai deewaanaa
ise naa samjhaanaa
deewaanaa ye machal jaaye naa aa
milaa hai koyee apnaa
khilaa hai meraa sapnaa
zamanaa kahin jal jaaye naa haayye

chalenge gungunaa ke
waffa ke geet gaa ke
jahaan ki jafaa sharmaayegi
chalenge gungunaake
waffa ke geet gaake
jahaan ki jafaa sharmaayegi

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This article is written by Mahesh Mamadapur, 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.

Legendary singer Mukesh was born in Delhi, on July 22, 1923 in a middle class family consisting of 10 children. Mukesh was the sixth of the siblings. The lure of films always appealed to Mukesh and as such he was less interested in studies. After his matriculation in a municipal school he was able to get a job of assistant surveyor in Delhi’s department of public works through his father. However, after just seven months of service, Mukesh ran away to Mumbai to become another KL Saigal whose adherent fan he had been all along. Even in school, Mukesh was known as “junior saigal” and the lunch breaks often involved the young Mukesh rendering his favourite Saigal numbers to his peers amongst whom Roshan Lal would be one on the harmonium.

Before landing in Mumbai, Mukesh had secretly recorded 6 private songs in Delhi in 1940. In Mumbai, his relative, a well-known actor at that time, Motilal, arranged for his stay. Motilal was already impressed with the young man’s voice, when he had heard him sing at his elder sister’s wedding. Motilal even engaged Pandit Jagannath Prasad to train the young singer.

The film career of Mukesh began with the film Nirdosh (1940) in he which he acted opposite Nalini Jaywant. Naturally, he singing also started with this film in which he had one ghazal penned by Neelkanth Tiwari and 2 duets with Nalini Jaywant. The music director of the film was Ashok Ghosh.

From 1940-45, Mukesh experimented himself with a variety of roles, but without much success. In 1945, with Pheli Nazar, he appeared on the center-stage by giving playback for the unforgettable “dil jalta hai tho jalne do” aptly for Motilal himself. In this song, Mukesh heavily copied his idol Saigal. Bets were placed all over the country as to who the actual singer was and to the extent that Saigal himself is said to have commented “but I don’t remember singing this song”. This all-time great song was composed by Anil Biswas who along with Naushad was instrumental in shaping the singing career of Mukesh in his early years.

The phenomenal success of the song once again started a burning desire by Mukesh to follow the footsteps of saigal in becoming an “actor-singer” a disastrous decision which almost cost Mukesh his career. Today, many know Mukesh only as a great singer. Sudhir ji in his “The Voice of Mukesh” series has amply covered many songs of the 40’s. The series also covers with detailed explanations of most of the films in which Mukesh took up other roles. The table below enlists the other roles Mukesh donned before he took up only playback singing seriously.

Year Film Role Remarks
1940 - - Recorded 6 private songs
1941 Nirdosh Actor-Singer With Nalini Jaywant
1942 Adaab Arz Actor With Nalini Jaywant
1942 Dukh-Sukh Actor-Singer With kathak dancer Sitara Devi
1944 Uss-paar Villan With Kusum and has one duet in the film
1949 Rumaal Guest appearance -
1951 Malhar Producer With Roshan as Music Director
1953 Aah Guest appearance Featuring in the song “choti si yeh zindagani” as a tangewala
1953 Mashooqa Actor-Singer With Suraiya
1956 Anuraag Actor, Singer, Music Director and Producer With Usha Kiran

The making of Mashooqa proved to be very ruinous for Mukesh as he had signed a contract that he would not be singing for any other production house or actor. Music directors in particular started avoiding Mukesh and to make matters worse, the release of the film got delayed. Anuraag with manifold roles by Mukesh also boomeranged at the box-office.

It was only with the great support from Shanker Jaikishan and Salil Choudhary for Yahudi and Madhumati respectively, that things started looking brighter for Mukesh from 1958. There was no looking back and the following year in 1959, Mukesh went on to become the first ever male singer to win the filmfare award for Best Playback singer for Anari. He received this award from his fan and president of Egypt Al Nasir.

Mukesh received 4 filmfare awards, 1 National Award in 1974 and 3 Bengal Film Journalists Association Awards apart from others.
Starting from 1940 to 1976, in a career spanning 36 years, Mukesh sang less than a thousand hindi film songs. The figure could reach about 1100 or so if we include all his regional and non-film songs, ghazals etc. Mukesh was one of the few singers whose non film songs were as popular as his filmi songs.

Remembering this great singer on his 38th death anniversary (27th August 1976), I bring to the music lovers a very famous NFS. The lyrics are penned by Indivar and the music is scored by Kishore Desai


Song-Mil na saka dil ko agar pyaar tumhaara (Mukesh NFS)(1970) Singer-Mukesh, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Kishore Desai

Lyrics

mil naa sakaa dil ko

mil naa sakaa dil ko
agar pyaar tumhaara
aana padega mujhko duniya mein dubaara
mil naa sakaa dil ko

gaal par gulaab ke shabnam hai zindagi
pyaar ke liye to bahut kam hai zindagi
udti hui is umr ko ek teraa sahaara
aana padega mujhko duniya mein dubaara
mil naa sakaa dil ko

apni ye chhoti si mulaaqaat bahut hai
jitni der tera miley saath bahut hai
bas ek jhalak ek nazar ek ishaara
aana padega mujhko duniya mein dubaara
mil naa sakaa dil ko
agar pyaar tumhaara
aana padega mujhko duniyaa mein dubaara
aana padega mujhko duniyaa mein dubaara
aana padega mujhko


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“Kinaara” (1949) was directed by Ambalal Dave for New India Theatres, Bombay. The movie had Geeta Bali, Madhusudan Acharya, Ram Singh, Sharda, Kanta Kumari, R S Dubey, Pandey, Charubala, M S Bhalla, Jamu Patel, S Nazir, Bismillah Khan etc in it.

Here is the first song from “Kinaara” (1949) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Zohrabai Ambalewaali. The song is written by Neelkanth Tiwari. Madhusudan Acharya is the music director.

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


Song-Dil mein to aag hai lagi (Kinaara)(1949) Singer-Zohrabai Ambalewaali, Lyrics-Neelkanth Tiwari, MD-Madhusudan Acharya

Lyrics

Dil mein to aag hai lagi
honthon se muskuraati hoon
dil mein to aag hain lagi
honthon se muskuraati hoon
apne hi aansuon ko hi
gaa ke main sulaati hoon

aayi to qaid kar liya
kaanton mein hi bahaar ko
aayi to qaid kar liya aa
kaanton mein hi bahaar ko o
kaanton ko main isi liye
khoon e jigar pilaati hoon
kaanton ko main isi liye
khoon e jigar pilaati hoon

phool meri zindagi ke bhaag ke ae
murjhaa gaye hain
phool meri zindagi ke bhaag ke ae
phir bhi kisi ke pyaar mein
mar mar ke jiye jaati hoon
dil mein to aag hai lagi
honthon se muskuraati hoon


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Today (26 august 2014) is the second death anniversary of A K Hangal (1 febraury 1914-26 august 2012). On this occasion, here is a song from “Hamkadam” (1980). This movie was directed by Anil Ganguly for Rajshree Productions. The movie had Rakhee Gulzar, Parikshat Sahni, A.K.Hangal, Dina Pathak, Ritu Kamal, Biswajeet, Iftekar, Madan Puri,Dinesh Hingoo ,Preetam, Pardesi, Partho Guha, Harish Mugan, Deepak, Chaturvedi, John Boland, Amol Sen, Anand Joshi, Pilloo Wadia, Nilu Arora, Komal Soni, Zubeda, Anita, Rajni Verma, Master Ashoo, Sameena Kashimiri, Baby Geeta Khanna etc in it.

The song depicts a lower middle class happy joint family. The picturisation shows Dina Pathak, A K Hangal (playing the heads of the joint family), Rakhi, Parikshit Sahni and Master Aasho. The song is lip synced by a lady playing the sister of Parikshit Sahni who is apparently Sameena Kashmiri.

The song is sung by Chandrani Mukherji. M G Hashmat is the lyricist. Music is composed by Bappi Lahiri.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.


Song-Ha tima tim tim dekho sar pe hain do seeng (Humkadam)(1980) Singer-Chandrani Mukherji, Lyrics-H G Hashmat, MD-Bappi Lahiri

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

haa timaa tim tim
dekho sar pe hain do seengh
haa timaa tim tim
dekho sar pe hain do seengh
aaye achche din
tota boley saaraa din
ek hai angootaa
unglee hain chaar
dekho re paanchon mein
hai kitnaa pyaar
ek ko bhi
ek ko bhi laage jo maar
sabke sab hain bekaar
ek ko bhi laage jo maar
sabke sab hain bekaar
haa timaa tim tim
dekho sar pe hain do seengh
aaye achche din
tota boley saaraa din

motor chalee
pom pom karey
tezee se dekho
aagey badhey
motor chalee
pom pom kare
tezee se dekho
aagey badhey
motor hai ek
chakke hain chaar
chaaron ke chalne se chalti hai car
ek kaa bhi
ek kaa bhi chhoote jo saath
sab ke sab hain bekaar
ek kaa bhi chhoote jo saath
sab ke sab hain bekaar
haa timaa tim tim
dekho sar pe hain do seengh
aaye achche din
tota boley saaraa din

pahaad pe ae
gaadi bhaage
peechhe ek engine
doojaa aagey
pahaad pe ae
gaadi bhaage
peechhe ek engine
doojaa aagey
kheenche ye dabbon ki
lambi kataar
donon ki taaqat naa
maanegi haar
donon mein se
donon mein se ek naa chaley
gaadi ho jaaye bekaar
donon mein se ek naa chaley
gaadi ho jaaye bekaar
haa timaa tim tim
dekho sar pe hain do seengh
aaye achche din
tota boley saaraa din


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.

In the mid 50s,there were several religious movies and hundreds of melodious Bhajans in them. Those readers who were grown up enough to enjoy Radio in that period will recall several bhajans from that era which had become commonplace in most household. Today we will enjoy one such bhajan from the film Tulsidas-1954.
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This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, 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.

Lata Mangeshkar has rendered songs under the batons of hundreds of Hindi film music directors. But some connoisseurs of Hindi film music are of the view that her combination with Anil Biswas, C Ramchandra and Madan Mohan produced many of her best songs from Hindi films. I feel that to this list, the name of music director Roshan should be added as Lata-Roshan combination churned out some of their best songs. Take for example, songs in ‘Malhaar’ (1951), ‘Hum Log’ (1951), ‘Raag Rang’ (1952), ‘Naubahaar’ (1952), ‘Taj Mahal’ (1963), ‘Chitralekha’ (1964), ‘Mamta’ (1966) to quote a few films. Some of her songs under the baton of Roshan may not have become as popular as that of her songs with Naushad and Shankar Jaikishan, but there is some uniqueness in her renditions under Roshan just as her renditions under Anil Biswas, C Ramchandra and Madan Mohan were unique.
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Yesterday (25 august 2014), Zohrabai Ambalewaali reached her 100th song in the blog. It was the 70th instance of an artist completing one hundred of his/her songs in the blog. The list now included 27 music directors, 25 lyricists and 18 singers. Here is a summary of these artists and their number of songs in the blog:
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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.

Today we are going to get introduced to yet another great singer from Gujarat, who was so popular in the 50s that people called him ” King of Prabhatiyas “. Prabhatiya is a kind of Bhajan sung in the early hours of mornings, just when the Sun is about to rise.
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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.

THE GENTLEMAN MAESTRO….
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White full shirt, ironed white pyjama, spectacles with big powerful lenses and the trademark white Gandhi Topi… He could easily be mistaken for a ‘Pandharpur Warkari’ (a regular pilgrim to Pandharpur) or a member of a ‘Bhajani Mandali’ or simply a middle class ‘Marathi Manoos’. Such was the appearance of one of Hindi filmdom’s talented, yet not so famous, music maestro VASUDEV GANGARAM BHATKAR or Snehal Bhatkar, as we all know him.
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“Mirza Sahiban”(1947) was directed by K Amarnath for Madhukar Pictures. Trilok Kapoor and Noorjehan were the lead pair in the title role of Mirza and Sahiban respectively. Other cast included Roop Kamal, Amir Bano, Gope, Baby Anwari, Cuckoo etc.
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