atul's bollywood song a day- with full lyrics

Archive for the ‘Feelings of heart’ Category


This article is written by nahm, 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.

Chaandni Raaten – Song No. 9
——————————-

This song is simply my most favourite ‘chaand’ song of the 21st century. The last two decades had a few such music scores in Hindi films, ‘ Khaamoshi ‘ and ‘Parineeta’ are among them which made the decades bearable musically. Favourite ‘chaand’ song from the 90’s is here. Melody in film songs was still trying to keep its head above the general cacophony which passed for music and entertainment.

I have written another post for this song from the movie Parineeta (2005).

Lyricist is Swanand Kirkire who is also co-singing the song with Chitra. The composer is Shantanu Moitra. Apart from the composition the lyrics of the song are such that they strike a chord in the heart.

And the prelude to the song sung by Swanand Kirkire is mentioning a ‘jheengur’ an insect which is the bane of modern households, second only to lizards.

chuppi ki birhaa hai
jheengur ka baaje saaz

And the unique voice of K. S. Chitra, rarely heard in hindi film songs apart from A. R. Rehman’s films, is the star of this song. Another song of hers which is simply unforgettable is this private album song : piya basanti re kaahe sataaye aa jaa.

The song is picturized as the ‘parting of ways’ among the characters, the gulf widening between the two families who are nieghbours and childhood friends as well as secretly married as Shekhar and Lolita. Ego, insecurities and pride play a major part in this story. Ego is the most impractical of all emotions, damaging the fabric of relations.

Interpretation as per my understanding :

ratiyaa aa
kaari kaari ratiyaa
ratiyaa aa
andhiyaari ratiyaa
raat hamaari to
chaand ki saheli hai
kitne dinon ke baad
aayi wo akeli hai
chuppi ki birhaa hai
jhingur ka baaje saaz

O night
O night of blackness
O bleak night of darkness
This night is such a good friend of moon
After ages it has come alone tonight, without the moon
An ode of silence
The requiem to crickets

Raat hamaari to chaand ki saheli hai
kitne dinon ke baad aayi wo akeli hai
samjha ke baati bhi koyi bujhaa de aaj
andhere se jee bhar ke karni hai baaten aaj
andheraa rootthaa hai, andheraa ainthhaa hai
gumsum sa kone mein baithhaa hai

This night is such a good friend of moon
After ages it has come alone tonight, without the moon
someone reason with the lamp, put it off
I have got a lot to talk with the darkness tonight.
Darkness which is sulking, stiffness personified
sitting quietly, having pushed itself into a corner.

Andhera paagal hai kitna ghaneraa hai
chubhta hai dastaa hai phir bhi wo meraa hai
uss ki hi godi mein sar rakh ke sonaa hai
uss ki hi baahon mein chupke se rona hai
aankhon se kaajal ban behtaa andheraa aaj

Darkness has lost its mind, how dense can it be
It pricks, it bites , but still its mine alone
I want to sleep, keep my head on its lap
And weep softly in its arms
Lest the darkness be swept away like kohl from my eyes.

(Andheraa/Darkness is the metaphor for ego and pride.)

Video

Audio (Full)

Song-Raat hamaari to chaand ki saheli hai (Parineeta)(2005) Singers-Swanand Kirkire, K S Chitra, Lyrics- Swanand Kirkire, MD-Shantanou Moitra

Lyrics

ratiyaa aa
kaari kaari ratiyaa
ratiyaa aa
andhiyaari ratiyaa
raat hamaari to
chaand ki saheli hai
kitne dinon ke baad
aayi wo akeli hai
chuppi ki birhaa hai
jhingur ka baaje saaz

raat hamaari to
chaand ki saheli hai
kitne dinon ke baad
aayi wo akeli hai
samjhaa ke baati bhi
koyi bujhaa de aaj
andhere se jee ee bhar ke ae
karni hai baaten aaj
andheraa aa aa
roothhaa hai ae ae
andheraa aa
ainthhaa hai ae
gumsum saa aa
koney mein baithhaa hai ae

raat hamaari to
chaand ki saheli hai
kitne dinon ke baad
aayi wo akeli hai
samjhaa ke baati bhi
koyi bujhaa de aaj
andhere se jee ee bhar ke ae
karni hai baaten aaj

andheraa paagal hai
kitnaa ghaneraa hai
chubhta hai
danstaa hai
phir bhi woh meraa hai
andheraa paagal hai
kitnaa ghaneraa hai
chubhta hai
danstaa hai
phir bhi woh meraa hai
uss ki hi godi mein
sar rakh ke sonaa hai ae
uss ki hi baanhon mein
chupke se ronaa hai ae ae
aankhon se kaajal ban
behtaa andhera aaj
raat hamaari to
chaand ki saheli hai
kitne dinon ke baad
aayi wo akeli hai ae
samjhaa ke baati bhi
koyi bujhaa de aaj
andhere se jee ee bhar ke ae
karni hai baaten aaj
andheraa aa aa
roothhaa hai ae ae
andheraa aa
ainthhaa hai ae
gumsum saa
koney mein baithhaa hai

About these ads

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 (22 september 2014) is the 23rd death anniversary of Durga Khote (14 January 1905-22 September 1991). Though she began playing the roles of leading lady in the beginning of her career, she soon began to get the roles of mother to several generations of actors.

Quite a few songs were picturised in Hindi movies on her during the Maa phase of her career. Here is one such song from “Bidaai” (1974). This song is a background song which is picturised on a distraught Durga Khote whose children have deserted her, as they routinely used to do in the movies of Prasad Productions those days. :) The picturisation also shown Master Satyajit and she sees Lord Krishna in him which brings much needed solace to her.

Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.


Song-Achche samay pe tum aaye Krishna (Bidaai)(1974) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

tu …tu kaun hai ?
main gwaalaa
kyaa naam hai ?
Nandlaalaa
Nand laalaa
sabkaa rakhwaalaa
krishnaa
krishnaa
krishnaa

main jaa rahi thhi
leke mann mein trishnaa aaa aa
achche samay pe tum aaye
tum aaye
tum aaye krishnaaaa aa aa aa
achche samay pe tum aaye
main jaa rahi thhi
leke mann mein trishna aaa aaa aaa
achche samay pe tum aaye
tum aaye
tum aaye krishnaaaa aa aa aa
achche samay pe tum aaye

sabki bidaai maine kee haaye
sabki bidaai maine kee haaye
mujhko bidaa karne na woh aaye
mujhko bidaa karne na woh aaye
maa ke liye bachchon se
huaa naa itnaa aaa aaa
achche samay pe tum aaye
tum aaye
tum aaye krishnaa aaa aaa aaa
achche samay pe tum aaye ae ae

kyaa munh dikhaaoon saare gaam ko
kyaa munh dikhaaoon saare gaam ko
maine pukaaraa sabke naam ko
maine pukaaraa sabke naam ko
koyee na aayaa
dekhaa rastaa kitnaa aaa aaa
achche samay pe tum aaye
tum aaye
tum aaye krishnaa aaa aaa aaa
achche samay pe tum aaye
main jaa rahi thi leke
mann mein trishnaa aaa aaa aaa
achche samay pe tum aaye
tum aaye
tum aaye krishnaa aaa aaa aaa
achche samay pe tum aaye ae


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.

= = = == == = = = = = = = = = = = =
Rafi Sb – In The Seventies – 16
– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – -

(1978 – Duet)

And with this duet, another film from 1978 makes a debut on the blog. The film is ‘Damaad’ directed by Raja Rakshit. This song I would not categorize as obscure. It was heard relatively more often on the radio, and continues to be alive in memory. And what a gem of a song this one also is.

The song is written by Yogesh, and the music is by Hemant Bhonsle. The singing voices are of Rafi Sb and Asha Bhonsle. On screen, this song is picturized on a very young pair of Amol Palekar and Ranjeeta. I am sure most of us would remember the bell bottomed trousers that were a rage in the 70s, that are sported by Amol Palekar in this song.

Two links are provided, one is a video version and the second is the audio version. The audio version has one extra paragraph. The lyrics of the two versions are same, except for this extra para in the audio version. (There is a spurious solo version also posted, but that is a cut-paste-repeat of Rafi Sb’s lines – have made a complete hash of the song).

This one is another bicycle song, that takes one on a ride through the isolated cycling paths, as young lovers are seen passing through countryside, singing this lovely aria of fondness and affection. The voices of Rafi Sb and Asha ji, a lovely hummable composition, and the matters of young hearts in love.

Listen and enjoy.

Video version

Audio version

Song-Zindagi ke safar mein na jaane(Daamaad)(1978) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Mohammed Rafi, Lyrics-Yogesh, MD-Hemant Bhonsle
Both

Lyrics

haa haa haa
haa haa haa haa
aah haa haa haa haa haa

haa haa haa

oh ho
hun hun hun hun hun hun hun hun
ah ha ha ha
ha ha ha ha
zindagi ke safar mein na jaa..aane
kab kaise ye do anjaa..aa ne
huye pyaar mein yoon deewaane ae
huye pyaar mein yoon deewaane
zindagi ke safar mein na jaa..aane
kab kaise ye do anjaa..aa ne
huye pyaar mein yoon deewaane ae
huye pyaar mein yoon deewaane

kabhi to dil ye khona tha
hua wohi jo hona tha
kabhi to dil ye khona tha
hua wohi jo hona tha
mil kar tum se
teri kasam se
ho gaye khud se begaane
zindagi ke safar mein na jaa..aane
kab kaise ye do anjaa..aa ne
huye pyaar mein yun deewaane
huye pyaar mein yun deewaane
suni thi hamne baat kahin
magar nahin tha hamko yakeen
suni thi hamne baat kahin
magar nahin thha hamko yakeen
ab to ye jaana
hamne ye maana
hotey hain sach afsaaane
zindagi ke safar mein na jaa..aane
kab kaise ye do anjaa..aa ne
huye pyaar mein yoon deewaane
huye pyaar mein yoon deewaane

mila jo tera pyaar sanam
bhula diye duniya ke gham
mila jo tera pyaar sanam
bhula diye duniya ke gham
is jeevan ke
soone mann ke
saj gaye har veeraa..aane

zindagi ke safar mein na jaa..aane
kab kaise ye do anjaa..aane
huye pyaar mein yoon deewaane
huye pyaar mein yoon deewaane
zindagi ke safar mein na jaa..aane
kab kaise ye do anjaa..aane
huye pyaar mein yoon deewaane

la la laa la la laa
la la laa laa
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm

—————————————-
Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
—————————————–
हा हा हा
हा हा हा हा हा
आहा हा हा हा हा हा
हा हा हा

ओह हो
हूं हूं हूं हूं हूं हूं हूं हूं
आह हा हा हा
हा हा हा हा

ज़िंदगी के सफर में न जा॰॰आने
कब कैसे ये दो अन्जा॰॰आने
हुये प्यार में यूं दीवाने
हुये प्यार में यूं दीवाने
ज़िंदगी के सफर में न जा॰॰आने
कब कैसे ये दो अन्जा॰॰आने
हुये प्यार में यूं दीवाने
हुये प्यार में यूं दीवाने

कभी तो दिल ये खोना था
हुआ वही जो होना था
कभी तो दिल ये खोना था
हुआ वही जो होना था
मिल कर तुम से
तेरी कसम से
हो गए खुद से बेगाने
ज़िंदगी के सफर में न जा॰॰आने
कब कैसे ये दो अन्जा॰॰आने
हुये प्यार में यूं दीवाने
हुये प्यार में यूं दीवाने

सुनी थी हमने बात कहीं
मगर नहीं था हमको यकीन
सुनी थी हमने बात कहीं
मगर नहीं था हमको यकीन
अब तो ये जाना
हमने ये माना
होते हैं सच अफसाने
ज़िंदगी के सफर में न जा॰॰आने
कब कैसे ये दो अन्जा॰॰आने
हुये प्यार में यूं दीवाने
हुये प्यार में यूं दीवाने

मिला जो तेरा प्यार सनम
भुला दिये दुनिया के ग़म
मिला जो तेरा प्यार सनम
भुला दिये दुनिया के ग़म
इस जीवन के
सूने मन के
साज गए हर वीरा॰॰आने

ज़िंदगी के सफर में न जा॰॰आने
कब कैसे ये दो अन्जा॰॰आने
हुये प्यार में यूं दीवाने
हुये प्यार में यूं दीवाने
ज़िंदगी के सफर में न जा॰॰आने
कब कैसे ये दो अन्जा॰॰आने
हुये प्यार में यूं दीवाने

ल ल ला ल ल ला
ल ल ला ला
हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम
हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम
हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम
हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम
हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम
हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम


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.

= = = == == = = = = = = = = = = = =
Rafi Sb – In The Seventies – 15
– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – -

(1978 – Solo)

This solo song that got picked for 1978 is a real surprise. Wonderful gem from an obscure film. A song that was heard occasionally, before fading away from radio waves and settling into the quicksand of memories. As I was browsing the list for 1978, this song strummed lost memories of absolutely lovely songs and I had to pick it as tops.

The film is ‘Pal Do Pal Ka Saath’. The lead actors in this film are Shekhar Kapoor and Rama Vij. After a short stint as an actor in a handful of films, Shekhar Kapoor transitioned to film direction, making a huge splash with his first directorial venture ‘Masoom’ (1983). Beyond that he has continued to make name for himself with outstanding films. I would hazard a guess that this song would have been performed on screen by him.

The creators of this song are somewhat less notable names in the industry. The lyrics are by Dev Kohli, and the music is by Shyam Saagar. There are four songs in this film, all sung by different artists. And I promise you, just like this one, the other songs are also veritable gems by themselves.

This is the first of the songs from this film on the blog, making a debut today. The magic of Rafi Sb’s voice continues to play on and on. The freshness and the energy in the voice never fails to amaze. A fabulous rendering by all measures. Listen and enjoy.


Song-Chupke se peechhe se aa ke (Pal Do Pal Ka Saath)(1978) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Dev Kohli, MD-Shyam Saagar

Lyrics

o o o
chupke
se peechhe
se aa ke
muskaa ke
ho o o
chupke
se peechhe
se aa ke
muskaa ke
phir meri aankhen meenchogi tum
kab aa ke
ho o o
chupke
se peechhe se aake
muskaa ke

kya ab bhi baagh mein jaati ho tum. . .
kya ab bhi baagh mein jaati ho tum
apni saheli ko le kar
ab bhi pareshaaniyon mein aksar hi
karti ho behas jhunjhulaa ke..ae ae ae
ho oooooooooo
chupke
se peechhe se aa ke ae
muskaa ke
ho o o
chupke
se peechhe se aa ke ae
muskaa ke ae

kya ab bhi taash khelti ho kabhi
waise hi thaath se rehti ho
yaa ke bas pooja paath karti ho
gaati ho bhajan ghabraa ke..ehe..ehe..ehe
ho o o
chupke
se peechhe se aa ke ae
muskaa ke ae
phir meri aankhen meenchogi tum
kab aa ke
ho o o

—————————————-
Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
—————————————–
ओ ओssssss
चुपके
से पीछे
से आके
मुस्का के
हो ओssssss
चुपके
से पीछे
से आके
मुस्का के
फिर मेरी आँखें मीचोगी तुम
कब आ के
हो ओssssss
चुपके
से पीछे
से आके
मुस्का के

क्या अब भी बाग में जाती हो तुम॰ ॰ ॰
क्या अब भी बाग में जाती हो तुम
अपनी सहेली को ले कर
अब भी परेशानियों में अक्सर ही
करती हो बहस झौ झुंझुला के॰॰एहे॰॰एहे॰॰एहे
हो ओssssss
चुपके
से पीछे
से आके
मुस्का के
हो ओssssss
चुपके
से पीछे
से आके
मुस्का के

क्या अब भी ताश खेलती हो कभी
वैसे ही ठाठ से रहती हो
या के बस पूजा पाठ करती हो
गाती हो भजन घबरा के॰॰एहे॰॰एहे॰॰एहे
हो ओssssss
चुपके
से पीछे
से आके
मुस्का के
फिर मेरी आँखें मीचोगी तुम
कब आ के
हो ओssssss


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.

SONGS FROM ARTIST NAME FILMS…..Song No. 3
———————————————-

Today’s song is from the film Veena-1948. It is sung by Chitalkar, ie. C.Ramchandra,under the baton of Anil Biswas. C.Ramchandra used to respect Anil Biswas very much and Anil Biswas knew that he was a talented composer, who would carry forward the use of western instruments started by Anil ji in HFM. Anil ji liked his style of singing and used to call him to sing in his films,whenever there was an opportunity.

Film Veena’s cast was Rahman, Sulochana Chatterjee, Veera, Yaqub, Leela Mishra etc. Actress Veena was not in this film, though she was very much around in the film industry doing other films at the same time. Veena had a long career of more than 40 years. She acted in 110 films in all,including a few Punjabi films. In fact she had begun her film career with Gavandi,a Punjabi film. Some of the well known films she acted in were, Najma, Humayun, Dastaan, Afsana, Halaku, Naya Zamana, Mehendi, Chalti ka naam gaadi ( she was the lady-love of Ashok kumar), Kagaz ke phool, Chhoti behan, Taj mahal, Phir wohi dil laya hoon, Aashirwaad, Do Raaste, Banarasi babu, Chhupa Rustom, Shatranj ke khiladi and Razia Sultan-1983 (last film).

Veena was a famous character actress. She was born as Tajour Sultana on July 4, 1926 in Quetta, Balochistan (present day Pakistan). At some point in time, her family shifted to Lahore’s Chuna Mandi.

If ever there was a competition for the most beautiful woman on the screen in olden days, it would undoubtedly narrow down to two actresses—Veena and Na­seem. And the result would be a close tie.

God Almighty Must have had a great deal of time to spare when he created Veena. Her features were chiselled, like a work of art done by a Renais­sance master: the perfect aquiline nose, the high forehead, rose-petal lips and those limpid heavy lidded eyes, with that re­gal look in them, which at once gives everybody around her an inferiority complex. Tall, state­ly, dignified, endowed with a statuesque figure Veena looked every inch a Queen from the Indian monarchy.

Her facial bone structure was classic. Coupled with all this was her well modulated voice, her superb delivery of dialogue. An­other striking feature of Veena was her enchanting smile—her whole face lights up. While speaking Veena opened only one side of her mouth giving a downward tilt to her lips.

In Bombay filmdom they have pet names for stars. Madhubala was called ‘Venus of the Indian screen’, Saira Banu the ‘beauty queen’, Hema Malini the ‘dream girl’, Veena was called ‘the Mona Lisa’.

Sexy women could be des­cribed as fiery volcanoes but there is something in Veena which makes one think of an iceberg. She was the touch-me-not type. From her youth Veena had a very apparent line between her eyebrows when she frowned. There was something so powerful in her glare that everyone around her feels ner­vous.
Veena’s regal personality and her beauty was a curse rather than a blessing for her. She could never fit into the image of a gharelu Hindu bahu, nor could she play a village belle, the two types without which the Hindi screen cannot survive.

All of Veena’s successful roles have been of royal characters, or downright haughty, bitchy she-dragon types. In person she was one of the most courteous, amiable and kind women. She never had ‘star airs’ nor the nakhra. She never acted as a lackey to filmwallahs. In Film-land where nearly every hero and heroine have had affairs (the re­sulting publicity upgrading their box-office value) Veena is one exception whose image was un­tarnished. Maybe that is the reason why she never achieved the high fame she deserved. The love of her life was the hand­some actor Al-Nasir. They made a beautiful couple. Their children are as beautiful as their parents: one wonders why they have not taken to movies.

Years ago Al-Nasir had shot a tiger and had invited the press to see his prey. Some journal­ists—it seems were more en­chanted by the beautiful tigress Veena.

In 1941, Veena then 16 was an Intermediate student at a college in Amritsar. She sent her photograph to a film con­cern in Lahore and was select­ed out of thousands of candi­dates to play the lead in a film titled, “Gawandi” (Punjabi). When “Gawandi” was half-way through she was signed for an­other Punjabi film whose hero was none other than today’s producer S. D. Narang.

Veena’s entry into films was opposed by members of her fa­mily. The college authorities refused to take her back be­cause a movie-career in those days was considered lowly by the high brow society. But Veena was determined and was not cowed down by the odds against her. The late Mazhar Khan signed her up to act in his “Yaad”, and Veena came to Bombay. While “Yaad” was still in the making Mehboob signed her up for the lead in “Najma”.

She started to play supporting roles in many films of which Mehboob Khan’s Najma (1943), Humayun (1945) and K. Asif’s Phool (1945) are notable. During the early phase of her career, one of her best performances was as a sexually repressed woman inDastaan (1950) who ends up causing grief to all who knew her. She was also cast as a heroine in Afsana(1951) opposite Ashok Kumar. The movie was a box-office hit telling the story of the adultrous wife (Kuldip Kaur) having an affair with his husband’s friend, played by Pran. However, it was the vamp Kuldip who easily stole the show with her strong performance as the adulterous wife and Veena was reduced to playing character roles again. She was cast in many films in supporting roles including Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi (1958) and Kaagaz Ke Phool (1959). In Kaagaz Ke Phool, she was snobbish upper-class wife of Guru Dutt looking down on his work in the film industry.

In the latter part of her career, her most memorable role was as Meena Kumar’s sister and aunt (Meena Kumari in double role) in Pakeezah (1971). The way she yelled “Shahabuddin!” during the climax of the film showed what a fine actress she was and her full control over her dialogue delivery. She retired in 1983 after the release of Razia Sultan (1983) in which she played Empress Shah Turkhan. She died in Bombay on 14-11- 2004 after 21 years of retirement when she was 78 years old after suffering from a protracted illness.

Film Veena-48 was an ordinary film, with usual plot and ordinary music. There were 10 songs in the film. 6 songs were posted. Today’s song is the 7th song. It is sung by Chitalkar.

The story of the film Veena-48 was-
Madan( Rahman) was a poet or at any rate, he claimed to be one. Seeing stars during the day, sailing on the silvery clouds hearing the breeze whisper sweet words of love and twittering with the birds in the trees was his favourite pastime. . And this was a constant source of worry to “Manji “, his old Granny( Leela Mishra) who had brought him up after the death of his father and mother when he was only a tiny tot. She tried to cure him of this madness but all her efforts proved in vain. So she decided to use the only remedy that had never failed and would never fail. Marriage. Wtih Veena,(Sulochana chatterjee) the girl of her choice.

But Madan was not prepared for this Forced marriage. Love was the Voice of his Heart; nay, his very life. So he revolted against this Hitlerian attitude of “Manji” and ran away form his home in quest of a wife whom he loved and who loved him. . His wanderings led him to “Preet Nagaria”. Preet Nagaria was exactly what it should be; the Land of Love and Romance, Joy and laughter, mirth and melody. And, Madan felt that the Village Damsels were all standing there to welcome him to this land of Dreams and fairest amongest them all was “Ratna”(Veera) the Village Belle. Gay and carefree, Ratna was a symbol of joy and her dimples worked havoc with Madan’s heart.

Madan became the guest of Ratnas brother, Mangloo,( Yaqub) Mangloo was a gay vagabond. Chicanery and fraud was his favourite occupation. He succeeded in every little subterfuge that he used to transfer money from other peoples pockets into his own. But the only thing in which he failed was the Affair of his Heart. He was in love with Myna(Hemavati) but Myna had no eyes for him and this was a deep sore in Mangloos tiny little heart. And when Madan came to know of his malady, he promised to guide and help him and mangloo succeeded in opening a little, the door of Mynas heart. Romance was fast developing between Ratna and Madan and the meetings in the Moonlight and under the shadows of the trees resulted in their engagement. The cup of happiness and joy was full for Ratan and Madan and they were eagerly waiting for their Wedding Day.

And then Behari came there to inform Madan that Manji was lying on death bed and that she wanted so much to see him before she died. Madan refused to go but Ratna forced him to go. They wanted Manjis blessings; not her curses. . And so Madan went back to the city, promising to return soon. But Fate had something else in store for him. With her last breath, Manji placed Veenas hand in his hand and breathed her last before Madan could say anything Madan and Veena were married.

It was their Wedding Night and Veenas heart was surging with all hopes,and desires of a newly married bride. But Madan destroyed all these by telling her that she could have everything he possessed but not his heart.But Veena wanted none of these;she wanted only his love. This he could not give her. . Veena was stricken dumb but she quickly recovered and before Madan turned to go, she said in a determined tone:”I am going to fight for my Right and I am going to win your love or perish in the attempt.”

The rest of the story has several subplots wherein Veena’s attempts to win Madan are shown.Even Ratna realises that veena is the right choice for Madan,she decides to part with Madan. She explains this to him and goes away for ever. Thus Veena wins back Madan by transforming him with her devotion and love.

(Thanks to Cineplot for some info on Veena,the actress).


Song-Koi shyaam rang koi gori (Veena)(1948) Singer-C Ramchandra, Lyrics-Pt Narendra Sharma, MD-Anil Biswas

Lyrics

koi
shyaaaam rang
koi gori
koi chapal
aur koi bhori
koi shyaam rang
koi gori

hain badi chatur sab chhori
hain badi chatur sab chhori
karne mein dil ki chori
per aisi koi hai na
per aisi koi hai na
koi hai na
koi hai na
jaisee meri manohar maina
eh meri manohar maina ji
meri manohar maina
jaisi meri manohar maina

koi alhad chhail chhabeeli
koi naaj bhari nakhreeli
koi alhad chhail chhabeeli
koi naaj bhari nakhreeli
ban thhan ke chalee koi tan ke
koi dabey paaon sharmeeli
ban thhan ke chalee koi tan ke
koi dabey paaon sharmeeli
per aisi koi hai na
per aisi koi hai na
koi hai na
koi hai na
jaisi meri manohar maina
eh meri manohar maina ji
meri manohar maina
jaisi meri manohar maina

koi neeli koi angoori
koi gulroo aur koi noori
hai koi gulroo aur koi noori
koi nanhi
koi munni
koi nanhi aur koi munni
maine chhori har ek ghoori
per aisi koi hai na
per aisi koi hai na
koi hai na
koi hai na
jaisi meri manohar maina
eh meri manohar maina ji
meri manohar maina
jaisi meri manohar maina


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.

“Namaste” (1943) was directed by M Sadiq and S U Sunny. This movie had R Wasti, Protima Dasgupta, Jagdish Sethi, Nayampalli, Mishra, Rajkumari Shukla, But Kashmiri, Ghulam Rasool, Alluddin, Amir Ali, Jetha N Lakhani etc in it.

One song from this movie has been discussed in the past.

Here is the second song from the movie. This song is sung by G M Durrani. D N Madhok is the lyricist. Music is composed by Naushad.

Only the audio of this song is available. seeing that G M Durrani was the main (and only) male playback singer in the movie, he clearly gave playback for the mail lead actor, who could be Wasti. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of this song.

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


Song-Mere dil mein saikdon armaan (Namaste)(1943) Singer-G M Durrani, Lyrics-D N Madhok, MD-Naushad

Lyrics (Provided by Nitin Shah)

mere dil mein saikdon armaan
wo kya jaanen
haan armaan wo kya jaanen
baat na maanen
raat chaandni
wo bhi saath mein
haath haath mein haath
dil darta darta jaa
mere dil mein saikdon armaan
wo kya jaanen
haan armaan wo kya jaanen
baat na maanen
raat chaandni
wo bhi saath mein
haath haath mein haan
dil darta darta jaa

dekhe jo chaand sharmaaye
baadal mein jaake chhip jaaye
phir aankh aankh mein
main unse kuchh keh doon
phir aankh aankh mein
main unse kuchh keh doon
??
?? modd ke haan
dil darta darta jaa
mere dil mein saikdo armaan
wo kya jaanen
haan armaan wo kya jaanen
baat na maanen
raat chaandni
wo bhi saath mein
haath haath mein haan
dil darta darta jaa

ghir ghir ghataayen phir aayen
wo kehen ke lo bhar jaayen
main kahoon aaj dil dil ke badle loonga
main kahoon aaj dil dil ke badle loonga
?? naazuk jiyara unka tadpe haan
dil darta darta ja
mere dil mein saikdon armaan
wo kya jaanen
haan armaan wo kya jaanen
baat na maanen
raat chaandni
wo bhi saath mein
haath haath mein haa
dil darta darta jaa


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 (21 september 2014) is the 88th birth anniversary of Noorjahaan (21 september 1926-23 december 2000). It is an event that may have gone largely unnoticed in Indian media (I am not sure because I do not watch news on TV. Going by the faceboook groups that I frequent, only one site recalled this event. It was through that site that I came y=to know of this date being the birth anniversary of Mallika e Tarannum.

Here is a song from “Badi Maa” (1945) on this occasion. The song is sung by Noorjahaan. Zia Sarhadi is the lyricist. Music is composed by K Datta.

Only the audio of the song is available, but it is clear that the song was picturised on Noorhjahaan herself.

This song, which was created seven decades ago has lyrics that sound rather eerily prophetic today-“tum hamko bhula baithe ho”. That hopefully will not happen as long as there are listeners of old HFM.

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


Song-Tum hamko bhula baithhe ho (Badi Maa)(1945)Singer- Noorjahaan, Lyrics-Zia Sarhadi, MD-K Datta

Lyrics (Provided by Nitin Shah)

tum hamko bhula baithhe ho
hamko bhula baithhe ho
tum hamko bhula baithhe ho
ham tumko bhulaayen kaise
ham tumko bhulaayen kaise ae ae
ae ae ae ae
ae ae
tum hamko bhula baithe ho

jo aag lagaayi tumne
ham uss ko bujhaayen kaise ae ae
ham uss ko bujhaayen kaise ae ae
tum hamko bhula baithe ho

ummeed pe jeete thhe ham
ummeed nahin abb koyi
jeene ka na ho jab saamaan aan
jeene ka na ho jab saamaan
to umar bitaayen kaise
to umar bitaayen kaise ae
ae ae ae ae
ae ae
tum hamko bhula baithe ho
ham tumko bhulaayen kaise
ham tumko bhulaayen kaise

ro ro ke huyi ye haalat
abb ro bhi nahin sakte ham
haaye
abb ro bhi nahin sakte ham
aur ro na saken to apna
aur ro na saken to apna
afsaana sunaayen kaise
afsaana sunaayen kaise ae ae
ae ae ae ae
ae ae
tum hamko bhula baithe ho


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.

“Naatak” (1947) was directed by S U Sunny for Kardar Productions. The movie had Suraiyya, Amar, Sofia, Kanwar, shaam Kumar, Pratima Devi, Nazeer Bedi, Ameer Ali, Suleman, Murtaza, Nazeer Ahmad, Nawab etc in it.

The movie had ten songs in it. As many as eight songs fro this movie have been discussed in the past.

Here is the ninth song from “Naatak” (1947). This song is sung by Amar. Khumar Barabankwi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Naushad.

Only the audio of this song is available, but it is clear that the song was picturised on Amar himself.

With this song, now only one song remains to be covered. That one song is the elusive Suraiyya song “Taaron bhari raat sajan taaron bhari raat”. So we will have to wait for that song to surface before we can cover all the songs of this movie in the blog.


Song-Man ka panchhi shor machaaye (Naatak)(1947)Singer-Amar, Lyrics-Khumar Barabankwi, MD-Naushad

Lyrics

man ka panchhi shor machaaye
aaja tujh bin chain na aaye
man ka panchhi shor machaaye
aaja tujh bin chain na aaye

raaten laayen sukh ka sandesa
saari duniya soye ae ae
raaten laayen sukh ka sandesa
saari duniya soye
haan aan aan
hook si uthhe mere dil mein
dard jigar mein hoye
haan aan aan
dard jigar mein hoye
aankhen tarsen neend na aaye
aaja tujh bin chain na aaye

chaand ko chheden chanchal taaren
ithhlaaye ujiyaali ee ee
chaand ko chheden chanchal taaren
ithhlaaye ujiyaali
haan aan aan
kis ko chhedoon tere bina main
mera pehloo khaali
haan aan aan
mera pehloo khaali
dil se mere nike haaye
aaja tujh bin chain na aaye

aankh mein aansoo
lab per aahen
dil mein dard basa le
aankh mein aansoo
lab per aahen
dil mein dard basa le
haan aan aan
dil ka sauda dil se kar le
kuchh kho le kuchh paa le
haan aan aan
kuchh kho le kuchh paa le
dekh jawaani beeti jaaye
aaja tujh bin chain na aaye
man ka panchhi shor machaaye
aaja tujh bin chain na aaye


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.

“Samundar” (1957) was produced and directed by Premnath for P N Films production where P N surpise surprise ! stood for Premnath. :) The movie was an all family affair. Premnath, Bina Rai (his wife), Rajendranath (his brother) figured in the movie. Others in the cast were Nishi, Tuntun, Anmol Krishan, Ram Avtar, Ullas, Heeralal, Sundar, Ridkoo, Paul Sharma, Rajan Kapoor, Habeeb, Azeem, Mahesh, Manohar, Niranjan etc.

I have discussed three songs from this movie in the past. Here is another song from the movie. This song, the sixth from the movie, is sung by Lata. It is picturised as a bullock cart song on Bina Rai who plays the happy passenger of a bullock cart who sings this song while the bullock cart is on the move on largely deserted roads.

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

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


Song-Do panchhi udte jaayen aur geet milan ke gaayen(Samundar)(1957) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Madan Mohan

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

Do panchhi udte jaayen
aur geet milan ke gaayen
hai duniya melaa preet ka
ye samjhaayen
do panchhi udte jaayen
aur geet milan ke gaayen
hai duniya melaa preet ka
ye samjhaayen

aa aa aa
aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa
hawaa ye thhandi thhandi
ye baaghon ke nazaare
akeli mujhe dekhen to chhedenge saare
hawaa ye thhandi thhandi
ye baaghon ke nazaare
akeli mujhe dekhen to chhedenge saare
papeehe ki sadaayen
armaan jagaate jaayen
hai duniya melaa preet ka
ye samjhaayen
do panchhi udte jaayen
aur geet milan ke gaayen
hai duniya melaa preet ka
ye samjhaayen

aa aa aa
aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa
koyaliya ye boley
kisi ki tu bhi holey
main dil se jo poochhoon to
haaye bairi doley
koyaliya ye boley
kisi ki tu bhi holey
main dil se jo poochhoon to
haaye bairi dole
ye naina bhi sharmaaye
sharmaake jhukte jaayen
hai duniya melaa preet ka
ye samjhaayen
do panchhi udte jaayen
aur geet milan ke gaayen
hai duniya melaa preet ka
ye samjhaayen


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.

“Romeo and Juliet” (1947) was directed by Akhtar hussain for Nargis arts Concerns, Bombay. This movie, a home production of Nargis, had Nargis, Sapru, Anwar, Sunalini Devi, Nisaar, Johw Cawas, Hamid Muraad, Nazeer Kashmiri, Voilet, Pushpa, Abdul Rasheed, Amanullah etc in it.

One song from this movie has been discussed in the past. Here is another song from the movie. This song is sung by G M Durrani. Akhtar Sheeraani is the lyricist. Music is composed by Husnlal Bhagatram.

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


Song-Tumhe sitaaron ne be-akhtiyaar dekha hai (Romeo and Juliet)(1947) Singer-G M Durrani, Lyrics-Akhtar Sheeraani, MD-Husnlal Bhagatram

Lyrics(Provided by Nitin Shah)

tumhen sitaaron ne be-akhtiyaar dekha hai
tumhen sitaaron ne be-akhtiyaar dekha hai
shareer chaand ne bhi baar baar dekha hai
shareer chaand ne bhi baar baar dekha hai
tumhen sitaaron ne be-akhtiyaar dekha hai

kabhi jo baithhi ho gesoo sanwaarne ke liye
kabhi jo baithhi ho gesoo sanwaarne ke liye
to aaine ne tumhen ham?? dekha hai

sunehre paani mein chaandi se paanv latkaaye
sunehre paani mein chaandi se paanv latkaaye
shafaq ne tumko sar e juebaar(?) dekha hai

kabhi gayi ho chaman mein to shokh phoolon ne
kabhi gayi ho chaman mein to shokh phoolon ne
nigaah e shauk se mastaanawaar dekha hai
nigaah e shauk se mastaanawaar dekha hai

garaz maza(?) hi gar qudrat ne har tarah tumko
hazar baar nahin laakh baar dekha hai
magar meri nigaah e shauk ko shiqaayat hai
magar meri nigaah e shauk ko shiqaayat hai
ke usne tumko fakat ek baar dekha hai
ke usne tumko fakat ek baar dekha hai
tumhen sitaaron ne be-akhtiyar dekha hai


Important Announcement

(© 2008 - 2014) atulsongaday.me The content of this site is copyrighted and it may not be reproduced elsewhere without prior consent from the site/ author of the content.

What is this blog all about

This blog discusses Bollywood songs of yesteryears. Every song has a brief description, followed by a video link, and complete lyrics of the song.

This is a labour of love, where "new" songs are added every day, and that has been the case for more than six years. This blog has over 10200 songs post by now.

Total number of songs discussed

10277

Number of movies (All songs covered)

533

Total visits so far

  • 5,930,960 hits

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 1,466 other followers

Bookmark

Bookmark and Share

Category of songs

Archives

Current Visitors

visitors whereabouts

blogadda

blogcatalog

Music Blogs - BlogCatalog Blog Directory

Stumble

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 1,466 other followers

%d bloggers like this: