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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.

MISSING GEMS FROM THE GOLDEN 50s…. Song No….9
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Today’s song is from the 1957 film ‘Ek Jhalak’.

1957 – what a year it was! The best year in the Golden Era! The best year in the 50s! The best year for melody and music! Such wonderful films came in this year!!! The lineup of 1957 films looks like the selection of the creamy layer in everlasting music – ‘Mother India’, ‘Pyasa’, ‘Tumsa Nahin Dekha’, ‘Bhabhi’, ‘Asha’, ‘Miss Mary’, ‘Naya Daur’, ‘Do Aankhen Baarah Haath’, ‘Paying Guest’, ‘Nau Do Gyarah’, ‘Dekh Kabira Roya’. ‘Nausherwaan e Adil, ‘Gateway Of India’, ‘Hum Panchhi Ek Daal Ke, ‘Kathputali’, ‘Sharada’ . . . Films produced in Madras were quite popular. AVM’s ‘Bhabhi’, ‘Miss Mary’ and ‘Hum Panchhi Ek Daal Ke’, Prasad Production’s first Hindi film ‘Sharda’, and MV Raman’s film ‘Asha’ played havoc with their captive audiences. Films from south somehow have always concocted a success formula, mixing comedy, tragedy, social message, excellent production values and above all superb music, which made their films very popular everywhere.

Satyen Bose’s ‘Bandi’ brought together all the three Ganguly brothers in one film for the first time. Later he would repeat this feat in ‘Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi’ in 1958. ‘Musaafir’, Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s first Hindi film as a director, was an experimental film depicting the phases of life – birth, life, death and rejuvenation, symbolically through a succession of tenants in a house on rent. Director Amiya Chakravarty’s competetion with Gyan Mukherjee came to an end with his unexpected demise while the making of ‘Kathputali’ was in progress. The film was completed by Nitin Bose. (Later, Gyan Mukherjee also passed away while making ‘Sitaron Se Aagey’ (1958) which was later completed by Satyen Bose. Both films had same story and same heroine).

With the musical blockbuster ‘Tumsa Nahin Dekha’ from Filmistan, Nasir Hussain introduced his own success formula of entertaining films and minted crores by repeating it several times, in a new garb. This film changed Shammi Kapoor’s luck, and made him an A grade actor.  However, it did not much benefit the heroine Ameeta. She remained where she was – a second grade actress. Filmistan also released ‘Paying Guest’, with chocolate hero Dev Anand, with superb music and songs composed by SD Burman. Dev also featured in ‘Nau Do Gyarah’, another musical entertainer from Navketan, his home production company.

A surprise hit that year was the socio-religious film ‘Janam Janam Ke Phere’. The song “Zara Saamne To Aa O Chhaliye” became the unexpected top song of the year and an iconic one at that! ‘Apradhi Kaun’ was genuinely an excellent detective story. Amiya Chakravarty’s ‘Dekh Kabira Roya’ was a hit due to its superb music, though its cast was quite ordinary. ‘Do Aankhen Baarah Haath’ got the national award. Amiya Chakravarty and Gope passed away in this year. Nimmi got married. Vividh Bharati started its broadcast on 3rd October 1957.

Film ‘Ek Jhalak’ (partly in colour) was produced by Deep and Pradeep Productions and directed by Kalidas, the elder brother of Pradeep Kumar, its hero.  In this production company, Pradeep Kumar was a partner, only on paper, with Deep Khosla. Very soon the partnership broke. Deep Khosla went ahead with a modified name for the company – Deep Productions and made ‘Batwaara’ (1961). And Pradeep Kumar set up PK Films and made ‘Mitti Mein Sona’ (1960).

In Hindi films, there have been three actors who were very handsome and very lucky but zero in acting – Karan Dewan, Pradeep Kumar and Bharat Bhushan. They all appeared in leading roles opposite all leading actresses of their times. They had the best films, best songs and best roles. Karan Dewan had about 25 Silver Jubilees to his credit and was considered a lucky star. Bharat Bhushan had the most musical films to his credit like ‘Baiju Bawra’ (1952), ‘Shabaab’ (1954) and ‘Mirza Ghalib’ (1954) etc. Pradeep Kumar had ‘Anarkali’ (1953) and ‘Taj Mahal’ (1963).

All three had their brothers producing films for them. Gemini Dewan made films for Karan Dewan, R Chandra made films for Bharat Bhushan and Kalidas for Pradeep Kumar. Unfortunately, in later years, all three lost everything and died in poverty and neglectful anonymity. Karan Dewan was a manager with BR Chopra’s production company. When he died no one came for his funeral except for Chandrashekhar and Manmohan Krishan from the Cine Artist’s Association. Bharat Bhushan worked as a watchman in a film studio, in his last days. Even he died unsung and only the men from the Association were present at the cremation.

Pradeep Kumar’s case is the saddest. He lay seriously ill in the ICU of a Calcutta nursing home, abandoned by his relatives. The hospital was not discharging unless the bills were paid. Luckily one Mr. Pradeep Kondaliya, an estate agent, recognised him, despite his grown beard. He paid the huge outstanding bill of the hospital and took Pradeep Kumar to his home, where he passed away after a few days. He was cremated by his fan. Such is the film industry – cruel and ruthless, where the recognition lasts only till one is successful.

The cast of actors of ‘Ek Jhalak’ includes Pradeep Kumar, Vijayantimala, Pran, Mubarak, Rajendra Kumar, Anita Guha etc. The producer Deep Khosla too did a role in the film. (Note: Deep had also acted in ‘Ek Shola’ (1958), ‘Police’ (1958) etc. He wrote the story and dialogues for ‘Ek Shola’). The music of ‘Ek Jhalak’ was by composed by Hemant Kumar, ably assisted by Ravi. There are nine songs in the film, four of which are already posted here. These are – the two versions of ‘Aa Ja Zaraa‘ (a blatant copy of the famous “Cherry Pink And Apple Blossom White”), the fabulous Hemant–Asha duet “Ye Hansta Huaa Karwaan Zindagi Ka Na Poocho Chalaa Hai Kidhar”, and the Hemant Kumar solo, “Gori Chori Chori Jaana Buri Baat Hai‘. Today’s song is the 5th song of this film to be showcased here.

I have not seen this film since I never liked Pradeep Kumar. But I know the film revolves around a plot in which a girl Mala, elopes with her music teacher Shekhar whom her family does not like. On her parents’ request, Pradeep sets out to trace the girl. He catches the wrong girl, Shobha. By the time the entire story unfolds, Pradeep and Shobha are in love.

Today we will enjoy another very good song from this film, a duet of Hemant Kumar and Asha. I am sure you too will like it. . .

 


Song – Bhaaren Bhi Dekhi Nazaare Bhi Dekhe (Ek Jhalak) (1957)  Singer – Asha Bhosle, Hemant Kumar, Lyrics – SH Behari,  MD – Hemant Kumar
Chorus

Lyrics

aaaa aaa aaa aa aaaa
aaaa aaa aaa aa aaaa
aaa aaaa aaaa aaaaa aaaaa
aaa aaaaa aaaaaa aaaaa

bahaaren bhi dekhi
nazaare bhi dekhe
jo dil chahta hai wo sab kuch yahaan hai
bahaaren bhi dekhi
nazaare bhi dekhe
jo dil chahta hai wo sab kuch yahaan hai
bahaaren bhi dekhi

kami hai agar kuch to itni kami hai
mohabbat se khaali hamaara jahaan hai
mohabbat se khaali hamaara jahaan hai
bahaaren bhi dekhi
nazaare bhi dekhe
jo dil chahta hai wo sab kuch yahaan hai
bahaaren bhi dekhi

mohabbat jahaan dil mein angdaainyaan le
ho oo. . .  angdaainyaan le
jahaan dil me soya hua pyar jaage
mera pyar jaage
bataa do mujhe aisi dunia kahaan hai
bataa do mujhe aisi dunia kahaan hai
bahaaren bhi dekhi
nazaare bhi dekhe
jo dil chahta hai wo sab kuch yahaan hai
bahaaren bhi dekhi

wo duniya wohi hai
jahaan se chale the hum
jahaan se chale the
jahaan do ghadi ke liye hum miley the
jahaan hum miley the
wahin le chalo tum mohabbat jahaan hai
wahin le chalo tum mohabbat jahaan hai
bahaaren bhi dekhi
nazaare bhi dekhe
jo dil chahta hai wo sab kuch yahaan hai
bahaaren bhi dekhi

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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आss आs आs आ आsss
आss आs आs आ आsss
आss आsss आsss आssss आssss
आs आsss आssss आsss

बहारें भी देखीं
नज़ारे भी देखे
जो दिल चाहता है वो सब कुछ यहाँ है
बहारें भी देखीं
नज़ारे भी देखे
जो दिल चाहता है वो सब कुछ यहाँ
बहारें भी देखीं

कमी है अगर कुछ तो इतनी कमी है
मोहब्बत से खाली हमारा जहां है
मोहब्बत से खाली हमारा जहां है
बहारें भी देखीं
नज़ारे भी देखे
जो दिल चाहता है वो सब कुछ यहाँ
बहारें भी देखीं

मोहब्बत जहां दिल मैं अंगड़ांइयाँ ले
हो ओ॰ ॰ ॰  अंगड़ांइयाँ ले
जहां दिल में सोया हुआ प्यार जागे
मेरा प्यार जागे
बता दो मुझे ऐसी दुनिया कहाँ है
बता दो मुझे ऐसी दुनिया कहाँ है
बहारें भी देखीं
नज़ारे भी देखे
जो दिल चाहता है वो सब कुछ यहाँ
बहारें भी देखीं

वो दुनिया वही है
जहां से चले थे हम
जहां से चले थे
जहां दो घड़ी के लिए हम मिले थे
जहां हम मिले थे
वहीं ले चलो तुम मोहब्बत जहां है
वहीं ले चलो तुम मोहब्बत जहां है
बहारें भी देखीं
नज़ारे भी देखे
जो दिल चाहता है वो सब कुछ यहाँ
बहारें भी देखीं


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“Teen Batti Chaar Raasta”(1953) was produced and directed by V Shantaram for Rajkamal Kala Mandir, Bombay. The movie had Sandhya, Karan Dewan, Nirupa Roy, Dewan Sharar, Shashikala, Parshuram, Smriti Biswas, Keshavrao Date, Sheila Ramani, Nimbalkar, Meenakshi, Baran, Meera Devi, Vikas, Shakuntala, Mohan, Sofie, Leela, Surendra Bahadur, Shankar Dasgupta, Gajendra, Prabhat Kumar, R V Ishwar, Amritlal etc in it.

Eleven songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the twelfth song from the movie. This song is sung by Lata. It is picturised on Sandhya and Karan Dewan. P L Santoshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shivram Krishna.


Song-Kitna meethha hota hai kitna pyaara hota hai (Teen Batti Chaar Raasta)(1953) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-P L Santoshi, MD-Shivram Krishna

Lyrics

kitna meetha hota hai ae
kitna pyaara hota hai ae ae ae ae
kisi ke pyaar mein kho jaana
kho jaana
kisi ka ho jaana
kisi ka ho jaana
kitna meetha hota hai ae
kitna pyaara hota hai ae ae ae ae
kisi ke pyaar mein kho jaana
kho jaana
kisi ka ho jaana
kisi ka ho jaana

kya yahi hai wo ada
jismein haya ka hai saroor
kya yahi hai wo nasha
jismein hazaron dil hain choor
kya yahi jo dil mein rah kar bhi
hai dil se door door
kya iski jyot se phaila veeraane mein noor
kitna meetha hota hai ae
kitna pyaara hota hai ae ae ae ae
kisi ke pyar mein kho jaana
kho jaana
kisi ka ho jaana
kisi ka ho jaana

kya yahi hai wo nigaah
jispe fida andaaz hai
kya yahi hai wo sada
jispar wafa ko naaz hai
kya yahi raseele geeton ka suraala saaz hai ae
kya duniya ki khushiyon ka ye suhaana raaz hai
kitna meetha hota hai ae
kitna pyara hota hai ae ae ae ae
kisi ke pyaar mein kho jaana
kho jaana
kisi ka ho jaana
kisi ka ho jaana
kitna meetha hota hai ae
kitna pyaara hota hai ae ae ae ae
kisi ke pyaar mein kho jaana
kho jaana
kisi ka ho jaana
kisi ka ho jaana aa


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.

Songs to Tickle Your Memory – 16
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Dil Ka Soona Saaz Taraana Dhoondhega” (‘’Ek Naari Do Roop’, 1973) – a song that has become an everlasting signature memory of its creators.  The singing voice of Rafi Sb that instills a restless, discontented pathos into the words of remorse that follows accomplishments.  The words that are written by Asad Bhopali, touch the theme of an unfulfilled genius.  And the music, it comes from the mind of Ganesh, to whom the sentiments and the theme of this song, fit to the very end.

Remembering music director Ganesh on the anniversary of his passing away (28th March).

The name of Ganesh is associated with an illustrious family of musicians.  Son of Ram Prasad Sharma, and younger brother to Pyaarelal Ram Prasad Sharma (of the Laxmikant Pyaarelal duo).  Besides Pyaarelal, his other brothers have reaped fame for themselves in the film and non-film music arenas.

In the beginning of 1960s, the name of Ganesh came to be acknowledged as the key contributor to the success of the music of Laxmikant Pyaarelal.  The effect of this impression in the industry was so strong that by the mid 1960s, he got about 10 assignments as an independent music director, even before a single film with his music had even got to the studio floors.  In 1966, when the films with his music started to appear in theatres, the audiences were swept with the stunning sounds of “Hum Tere Bin Jee Na Sakenge Sanam” (‘Thakur Jarnail Singh’, 1966), “Hum Jahaan Hain Wo Maqaam Husn Aur Ishq Hai” (‘Husn Aur Ishq’, 1966), “Intzaar Ka Aalam Tanhaai Aur Hum” (‘Shera Daku’, 1966) and more.  1967 was no less with songs like “Zulfon Ka Rangeen Saaya Hai Tauba Khudaaya” and “Main Jo Galey lag Jaaungi Tera Badan Jal Jaayega” from ‘Anjaam’, and in 1968 the audiences were treated to songs like “Raja Aana Hamaare Banlge Pe” and “Main To Khadi Re Khadi Re Aankh Ladi Re Ladi Re” from ‘Sab ka Ustad’.

The ingredients of a genius talent at work were all there.  But then all too soon, the realization descended.  There was materially no significant variation between the music that Laxmikant Pyaarelal were becoming successful with, and the attractive music that Ganesh was creating independently.  The rhythms and melody were all there, but the music of Laxmikant-Pyaarelal came out ahead, being the more prolific and savvy music director as a duo.  The work of Ganesh ended up being confined to about fifteen films over a period of about a decade (1966-1975), with one more outing by him in the 1986 film ‘Dozakh’.

The music of his films like ‘Ek Nannhi Munni Ladki Thi’ (1970), ‘Kahin Aar Kahin Paar’ (1971), ‘Shararat’ (1972),  ‘Chalaak’, ‘Dhamkee’, ‘Ek Naari Do Roop’ and ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa’ in 1973 is enticing, and each film has a few very memorable songs.  And yet, his work as an independent director did not take off with any sustained amount of success.  And he returned to the anonymity of behind the curtain tasks, continuing to assist Laxmikant-Pyaarelal in their films.

He passed away this day in 2000, at a relatively young age of only 58 years.

I present today another memory tickler from the radio listening days.  The film is ‘Ek Nannhi Munni Ladki Thi’ from 1973.  The words are penned by Asad Bhopali and the alluring rendition is by Asha Bhosle.  On screen, the song is performed by Mumtaz, who was then making a transition from under the shadow of stunt films, and onto the mainstream cinema.  I am not able to identify the gentleman who is being wooed on screen by her.  I request other knowledgeable readers and friends to please help identify this actor.

A song that has an entertaining attraction coupled with almost sensuous expressions of love, and is performed so well by Mumtaz. Listen and enjoy.

Atul’s note-With this song, the fifth from the movie, “Ek Nanhi Munni Ladki Thhi”(1970) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song – Ye Jalte Huye Lab (Ek Nanhi Munni Ladki Thi) (1970) Singer -Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Asad Bhopali, MD – Ganesh

Lyrics

ye jalte huye lab
ye saanson mein uljhan
ruki jaa rahi hai
mere dil ki dhadkan
mera dil. . . .
ho oo oo oo dekho
mujhe kya ho gaya
ha haa haa haa
ha ha aa haa

dekho
haan dekho
haan dekho dekho
aati nahin hai
neend bhi raaton ko
ho
ho ho
aati nahin hai
neend bhi raaton ko
kaise bataau
saari baaton ko
paas ho tum
aur mere
hosh hain gum
haa. . .aan
aaaa
mera dil. . .
han han han han dekho
mujhe kya ho gaya
haan haa haa haa
ha ha aa haa
ye jalte huye lab
ye saanson mein uljhan
ruki jaa rahi
mere dil ki dhadkan
mera dil. . . .

ha
ha
ha
ha
socho
haan socho
haan socho socho
pal mein hansi kyun
aane lagti hai
ha. .ha. .ha. .ha. .ha
pal mein hansi kyun
aane lagti hai
pal mein udaasi
chhaane lagti hai
tum deewaane
uff abhi tak
ye na jaane
haa. .aan
aaaa
mera dil. . .
aaaa tum se
mohabbat karta hai
ha haa haa haa
ha ha aa haa

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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ये जलते हुये लब
ये साँसों में उलझन
रुकी जा रही है
मेरे दिल की धड़कन
मेरा दिल॰ ॰ ॰
हो ओ ओ ओ देखो
मुझे क्या हो गया
हा हाss हाss हाss
हा हा आ हाss

देखो
हाँ देखो
हाँ देखो देखो
आती नहीं है
नींद भी रातों को
हो
हो हो
आती नहीं है
नींद भी रातों को
कैसे बताऊँ
सारी बातों को
पास हो तुम
और मेरे
होश हैं गुम
हाs॰ ॰आं
आss
मेरा दिल॰ ॰ ॰
हाँ हाँ हाँ हाँ देखो
मुझे क्या हो गया
हाँ हा हा हा
हाँ हा आ हा
ये जलते हुये लब
ये साँसों में उलझन
रुकी जा रही है
मेरे दिल की धड़कन
मेरा दिल॰ ॰ ॰

हा
हा
हा
हा
सोचो
हाँ सोचो
हाँ सोचो सोचो
पल में हंसी क्यों
आने लगती है
हा॰ ॰हा॰ ॰हा॰ ॰हा॰ ॰हा
पल में हंसी क्यों
आने लगती है
पल में उदासी
छाने लगती है
तुम दीवाने
उफ़्फ़ अभी तक
ये ना जाने
हाs॰ ॰आं
आss
मेरा दिल॰ ॰ ॰
आss तुमसे
मोहब्बत करता है
हा हाs हाs हाs
हाs हाs आ हा


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.

Songs to Tickle Your Memory – 15
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A little over two years ago, we had celebrated the century of this remarkable and versatile artist, as a music director, when I had posted the song “Nanha Sa Dil Deti Hoon Pardesi Preet Nibhaana”.  A peerless master of the classical tradition, whose typecasting in the industry was so intense that he mostly remained confined to B/C grade mythological films for most of his career of nearly five decades.

Remembering SN Tripathi on the anniversary of his passing away (28th March).

Yes, the typecasting was stringent, but he incessantly continued to create superlative melodies the covered a broad spectrum of classical genres – from the songs of pure ragas to the the songs that mixed the folk with the classical to create some superbly lilting tunes that are now part of an un-erasable memory.  Despite being typecast as he was, time and again he continued to baffle his critics and surprise his listener’s with enchanting tunes.  The song “Jhoomti Hai Nazar Jhoomta Hai Pyaar” from film  ‘Hatim Tai’ (1956) became a surprise hit of the year.  In 1960, the ghazals composed by him for the film ‘Laal Qila’ actually set a new trend in ghazal singing.  In 1963, he composed for an unlikely film – ‘Zingaaro’, and dealt out a beauty which he got Suman Kalyanpur to  sing – “Kasak Uthi Mann Mein, Aag Lagi Tan Mein”.

Thaane Kaajario Banaa Loon, Mhaare Nainaa Mein Ramaaye Loon” – from ‘Veer Durgadas’ (1960); “Nain Ka Chain Chura Kar Le Gayi” – from ‘Chandramukhi’ (1960); “O Pawan Veg Se Udne Waale Ghode” – from ‘Jai Chittod’ (1961); “Tu Ne Chhal Kiya. . .” – from ‘Piya Milan Ki Aas’ (1961); “Taaron Ki Thandi Chhainyaan Hum Tum Miley” – from ‘Naag Devta’ (1962); the list of surprise hits simply seems endless.

Today, I present a once very familiar, but now obscure melody from an unfamiliar film ‘Pareeksha’, from 1963.  The film makes its debut on the blog today.  SN Tripathi got Geeta Dutt to sing this remarkable song, that once was quite popular on the radio waves.  The words are from the pen of SR Saaz, a name that I am not very familiar with.  This is as yet the second song by this lyricist to be posted on this blog.

The beauty of this song is that the two ‘antaraas’ (stanzas) are tuned to different melodies.  And the second ‘antaraa’ is a stunning verse of rising crescendo of short, two-three word lines.  The music director has pushed the singer to limits of her high pitch notes, but Geeta Dutt has also held on and rendered the lines beautifully.  A wonderful and a surprising composition.
Listen and enjoy.

Song – Sapnon Mein Aane Waala Aaya Bahaar Ban Kar (Pareeksha) (1963) Singer – Geeta Dutt, Lyrics – SR Saaz, MD – SN Tripathi

Lyrics

sapnon mein aane waala
aaya bahaar ban kar

sapnon mein aane waala
aaya bahaar ban kar
aankhon mein pyaar bhar ke
dil ka qaraar ban kar
ae ji aankhon mein pyaar bhar ke
dil ka qaraar ban kar
sapnon mein aane waala
aaya bahaar ban kar

dekha hai ek sapna
dekha hai ek sapna
baithi thi ban sanwar kar
aaye wo chori chori
bainyyaan pakad ke mori
kehne lagey wo gori
aa jaa ke pyaar kar len
yun kehne lagey wo gori
aa jaa ke pyaar kar len
sapnon mein aane waala
aaya bahaar ban kar
aankhon mein pyaar bhar ke
dil ka qaraar ban kar

jeevan mein aaj
aayi bahaar
jaaga hai pyaar
badla hai rang
machli umang
uthi tarang mann mein
jeevan mein aaj
aayi bahaar
jaaga hai pyaar
badla hai rang
machli umang
uthi tarang mann mein
o ho ho hooo
ooo ooo ooo ooooo
lallal lallal la lall laa
lallal lallal la lall laa
sapnon mein aane waala
aaya bahaar ban kar
aankhon mein pyaar bhar ke
dil ka qaraar ban kar
ae ji aankhon mein pyaar bhar ke
dil ka qaraar ban kar

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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सपनों में आने वाला
आया बहार बन कर

सपनों में आने वाला
आया बहार बन कर
आँखों में प्यार भर के
दिल का करार बन कर
ए जी आँखों में प्यार भर के
दिल का करार बन कर
सपनों में आने वाला
आया बहार बन कर

देखा है एक सपना
देखा है एक सपना
बैठी थी बन संवर के
आए वो चोरी चोरी
बैंय्यां पकड़ के मोरी
कहने लगे वो गोरी
आ जा के प्यार कर लें
यूं कहने लगे वो गोरी
आ जा के प्यार कर लें
सपनों में आने वाला
आया बहार बन कर
आँखों में प्यार भर के
दिल का करार बन कर

जीवन मैं आज
आई बहार
जागा है प्यार
बदला है रंग
मचली उमंग
उठी तरंग मन में
जीवन मैं आज
आई बहार
जागा है प्यार
बदला है रंग
मचली उमंग
उठी तरंग मन में
ओ हो हो होsss
लल्ल॰ल लल्ल॰ल लल्ल ला
लल्ल॰ल लल्ल॰ल लल्ल ला
सपनों में आने वाला
आया बहार बन कर
आँखों में प्यार भर के
दिल का करार बन कर
ए जी आँखों में प्यार भर के
दिल का करार बन कर


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“Girl Friend”(1960) was directed by Satyen Bose for Basu Chitra Mandir, Bombay and it had Kishore Kumar, Waheeda Rehman, Bipin Gupta, Nazeer Hussain, Leela Mishra, Jagdev, Dhumal, Gautam, Keshto, Master Anwar, Daisy Irani etc in it. This is perhaps the only movie where Kishore Kumar and Waheeda Rehman were paired together in lead roles.

This movie is a forgotten movie and even its songs are by and large forgotten. But the songs of this movie are gems that need to be better known among music lovers.

This movie had seven songs in it. As many as six of these songs have already been covered in the blog. This included the timeless classic (and the most well known song from the movie namely Kashti kaa khaamosh safar which was a duet of Kishore Kumar and Sudha Malhotra.

This movie had two “money” songs in it, viz. Na dhhela lagta hai na paisa lagta hai and Kehte hain ise paisa bachchon .

A song from this movie viz.Aaj ronaa padaa to samjhe was the 100th song of Hemant Kumar in the blog as a music director.

This movie had two fantastic rare solos by Kishore Kumar namely O madam main paagal hoon and Jhuk jhuk bhoori maa ko karo parnaam .

An interesting fact about the songs of this movie is that majority of lyrics for them were sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala.

Here is the seventh and final song from this movie. This song is sung by Kishore Kumar and Asha Bhonsle. Sahir Ludhianvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Hemant Kumar. Avinash Scrapwala, who sent the lyrics for majority of songs of this movie sent me the lyrics of this song as well.

Only the audio of this song is available. It appears the the video of this movie is no longer available and therefore we only have the audio of the songs of this movie available. And we are extremely thankful for such small mercies. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song. My guess is that the song was picturised on Kishore Kumar and Waheeda Rehman.

With this song, “Girl Friend”(1960) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Boom booma boom karega kutum(Girl Friend)(1960) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Sahir Ludhianvi, MD-Hemant Kumar

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

Boom booma boom
Karega kutum
Jo dekhega jawaaniyon ko milte
Miley jab tum
Hosh huye gum
Jo chaahoon bhi to paaon nahin hilte

Hey hey hey hey hey
Boom booma boom
Karega kutumb
Jo dekhega jawaaniyon ko milte
Miley jab tum
Hosh huye gum
Jo chaahoon bhi to paaon nahin hilte

La la la la la
A ha haa
La la la la la
Ho ho ho
La la la la la
Hee hee hee
La la la la la
Haa haa haa

Chal chal
Isi pal
Yahaan khatra hai ab nahin thham
Dilbar
Mat dar
Hamen kuchh nahin
Duniya ka gham

Dil ki ye dhad dhad
Ankhiyon ki phad phad
Kadmon ki khad khad
Kar degi gadbad
Boom booma boom
Karega kutum
Jo dekhega jawaaniyon ko milte
Miley jab tum
Hosh huye goom
Jo chaahun bhi to paaon nahin hilte

A La la laa
a Ha ha haa
A La la laa
a Ha ha haa
A La la laa
a Ha ha haa
A La la laa
Ha ha ha ha

Kabhi haan
Kabhi naa
Kaho iska hai kya matlab

Abhi naa
O meri jaan
Phir poochhna iska sabab
Bano nahin natkhat
Kaisi hai ye khatpat
Kabhi chaaho jhatpat
Kabhi kaho hat hat

Hey ae
Chal hat natkhat
Khat pat
Jhatpat
Boom booma boom
Karega kutum
Jo dekhega jawaaniyon ko milte
Miley jab tum
Hosh huye gum
Jo chaahoon bhi to paaon nahin hilte
La la laa

A ha ha
La la la la la
Ho ho ho
La la la la la
Hey hey hey hey
La la la la la
aa haa haa haa

tup tup
Jhuk jhuk
Nahin tak meri jaan
Zaraa ruk
Bas bas
O ji bas
Bhalaa ismein bhi hai koi tuk

Yahaan hogi kud kud
Wahaan hogi bud bud
Tak nahin mud mud
Jaldi se ud ud

Boom booma boom
Karega kutum
Jo dekhega jawaaniyon ko milte
Miley jab tum
Hosh huye gum
Jo chaahoon bhi to paaon nahin hilte

Boom booma boom
Karega kutum
Jo dekhega jawaaniyon ko milte
Miley jab tum
Hosh huye gum
Jo chaahoon bhi to paaon nahin hilte


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“Do Dooni Chaar”(1968) was one of several movies that was based on William Shakespeare’s “Comedy of Errors”. “Angoor”(1980) too was based on the same story.

“Do Dooni Chaar”(1968) was directed by Deboo sen for Bimal Roy Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Kishore Kumar, Tanuja, Asit Sen, Sudha Sharma, Surekha Pandit, Rashid Khan, Vinod Sharma, Ifthikar, Chandrima Bhaduri, Lata Arora, Bhola, baby Sonia (Neetu Singh) etc in it.
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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.

“Life is short but art and for that matter music is permanent. There is no death of a true art and so is it with music.”

These are the words of one who is known as the ‘Gentleman Musician’ amongst the community of music directors and musicians, both in Bombay and in Calcutta.  Vistas Ardeshir Balsara – a name that is part of a long list of very talented musicians, whose contributions to the making of the film music has been immense.  These musicians, instrumentalists and arrangers, most of whom were  experienced and capable of being music directors in their own right, rarely got to appear in the limelight and be recognized for their work.  V Balsara is one such gifted musicians who did get the opportunity to step out from behind the curtain, and be known for his art.  I am sure all will remember the iconic song “Ae Mere Dil Kahin Aur Chal” (‘Daag’, 1952) in all its flavors.  The piano accordion in this song is played by him.

Remembering V Balsara on the anniversary of his passing away (24th March).
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For music lovers of radio era, wednesday night used to be the most important night of the week. :) It was on wednesday nights that all music lovers would tune to Radio Ceylon (later Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation) from 8 P M to 9 P M. Listening to the magical voice of Amin Sayani telling us about the songs in the various “paaydaan” used to be a divine experience. It was not a good idea for visitors to arrive at the households of music lovers at those hours on wednesdays. :)
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This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, 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 Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 5 # Mohammed Rafi – 2
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I am sure that music lovers remember the song ‘Paani Mein Jaley Mera Gora Badan Paani Mein’ – it became quite popular in its time.  But I wonder if folks will remember the name of the film it is from.  It is sung by Suman Kalyanpur and is from a lesser known movie ‘Munim ji’ of 1972. I remember that it was frequently played on the radio in those years (my childhood years  :) ).  And I am wondering it is yet to be posted on this blog.
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“Sansaar”(1971) was directed by Dilip Bose for Deluxe Films, Bombay. The movie had Navin Nischol, Anupama, Nirupa Roy, abhi Bhattacharya, Jayshree T, Bipin Gupta, Krishan Dhawan, Mohan Choti, Meena T, Chandrima Bhaduri, Asit Sen, Chaman Puri, Janki Das, Mridula, Master Satyajeet, Baldev Khosa (new find) etc in it.
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