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“Ek Roz” (1947) was directed by Daaud CHaand for Gupta art Productions, Bombay. The movie had Nasreen, al Nasir, Asha Posle, Azmal, Nafees Begam, Saleem Raza, Gul Zamaan, Shyamlal, Shahida, Zubeida, Leela, Indra Nazeer, Fazal Shah, Ayyaaz, Baby Zarina, Shekh Iqbal etc in it.

One song from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the second song from the movie. This song is sung by G M Durrani. Sarshar Sailaani is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shyam Sundar.

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


Song-Toota hua dil leke chale apne watan se (Ek Roz)(1947) Singer-G M Durrani, Lyrics-Sarshar Sailaani, MD-Shyam Sundar

Lyrics(Provided by Nitin Shah)

toota hua dil leke chaley
apne watan se
saiyyad ne bulbul ko
nikaala hai chaman se
toota hua dil leke chaley

phoolon mein basera thhaa
usse aag lagakar
phoolon mein basera thhaa
usse aag lagakar
?? se sayyad ne bezaar bana kar
?? se sayyad ne bezaar bana kar
bulbul ko juda kar diya
bulbul se chaman se
saiyyaad ne bulbul ko
nikaala hai chaman se
toota hua dil leke chaley

aankhon me chhalakte huye
ashqon ki zabaani ee ee
duniya ko sunaate huye
gurbat ki kahaani
ghabraake sitamgaar
zamaane ke chalan se ae
toota hua dil leke chaley
apne watan se
saiyyaad ne bulbul ko
nikaala hai chaman se
toota hua dil leke chale

kisko dil e barbaad ki rudaad sunaayen
kisko dil e barbaad ki rudaad sunaayen
hai kaun jise jaake ye fariyaad sunaayen
hai kaun jise jaake ye fariyaad sunaayen
allah kare…

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“Aaiye” (1949) was directed by Yakoob for Indian Production, Bombay. This movie had Yakoob, Sulochana Chatterji, Masood, Ashraf Khan, Janki Das, Sheila Naik, Tasneem, Charlie, Wali Muhammad, Munshi Munaqqa, Abu Bakar, Saleem, Muhammad Ali, Gaffar, Mubarak Begam, Baby Mumtaz etc in it.

Three songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the fourth song from the movie. This song is sung by G M Durrani. The lyrics of this melancholic song were written by Nakshab. Music is composed by Naashaad.

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


Song-Jigar ke tukde hain dil ke tukde(Aaiye)(1949) Singer-G M Durrani, Lyrics-Nakshab, MD-Naashaad

Lyrics(Provided by Nitin Shah)

jigar ke tukde ae ae
jigar ke tukde
hain dil ke tukde
jo aansoo bann bann ke
aa rahe hain
qaraar apna
qaraar apna lutaane waale
ab apni hasti
luta rahe hai
jigar ke tukde ae

ye kaisi halchal machi huyi hai ae
ye kaisi halchal machi huyi hai ae
ajeeb uljhan mein zindagi hai ae ae
teri mohabbat aa aa
teri mohabbat laraz rahi hai
mere kadam dagmaga rahe hain
jigar ke tukde
hain dil ke tukde
jo aansu bann bann ke
aa rahe hain
jigar ke tukde ae

padi museebat to haal badla aa
padi museebat to haal badla aa
ummeed tooti khayal badla aa aa
khayal badla aa aa aa aa
kabhi milaayin thhin jin se nazre
abb unse daaman
bacha rahe hain
jigar ke tukde
hain dil ke tukde
jo aansu bann bann ke
aa rahe hain
jigar ke tukde ae


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I am aware of a movie called “Sohni Mahiwal” (1958). It turns out that there was another movie of the same title which was released in 1946.

“Sohni Mahiwal” (1946) was directed by Ishwarlal and Raveendra Jaikar for Jayant Desai Productions, Bombay. The movie had Ishwarlal, Begam Para, Mubarak, Dixit, Revashankar, Saeed Ahmad, Dharpure, Bibi Bai, Shobha, Nafisa Begam, Kesarbai etc in it.

Here is a duet from this movie. This song is sung by Zohrabai Ambalewaali and G M Durrani. Munshi Dil is the lyricist. Music is composed by Lal Muhammad.

Only the audio of this song is available.

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


Song-O tujhpe salaam (Sohni Mahiwal)(1946) Singers-Zohrabai Ambalewaali, G M Durrani, Lyrics-Munshi Dil, MD-Lal Muhhammad

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

O tujhpe salaam
O tujhpe salaam
ae mere
naakaam e mohabbat
naakaam e mohabbat
pahunchaa de sabaa
pahunchaa de sabaa
usko ye paigaam e mohabbat
paigaam e mohabbat
aankhon o o
aankhon mein nazar aata hai
anjaam e mohabbat
anjaam e mohabaat
aankhon mein nazar aata hai
anjaam e mohabbat
anjaam e mohbaat
jeeti hoon main le le ke
phakat naam e mohabbat
jeeti hoon main le le ke
phakat naam e mohabbat
O naam e mohabbat
haaye naam e mohabbat
O tujhpe salaam
O tujhpe salaam

tumse to shikaayat nahin
tumse to shikaayat nahin
kismat ka gilaa hai
ye mujhko silaa
dil ke lagaane ka mila hai
ye mujhko silaa
dil ke lagaane ka mila hai
roun to mere haal
roun to mere haal pe
hanstaa hain zamaana
roun to mere haal pe
hanstaa hain zamaana
ae jaan e mohabbat
ae jaan e mohabbat
mujhe bhool na jaana
ae jaan e mohabbat
mujhe bhool na jaana
O tujhpe salaam
O tujhpe salaam

main teri hoon
main teri
main teri hoon
main teri
zamaane ko khabar hai
zamaane ko khabar hai
jo haal udhar tera
wo hi haal idhar hai
jo haal udhar tera
wo hi haal idhar hai
O tujhpe salaam
O tujhpe salaam

tum qaid huyeen
milne se majboor huye ham
tum qaid huyeen
milne se majboor huye ham

ye qaid kya cheez
khudaayi ko jalaa doon
fariyaad ke naalon se
qayaamat ko jagaa doon
aasaan nahin duniya se
mohabbat ko mitaana aa


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’s song is from film AKASHPARI-1958, a very obscure and unheard of film. The song is a duet sung by G M Durrani and Geeta Roy.

This song has a history. In fact the whole film has a History. This film was originally made by Smart pictures with the title DILBAHAR alias LACHAK in July 1950. Its 8 songs, written by Anjum Pilibhiti and composed by one Inayat Ali were recorded in July-August-September-1950. This film, for some unknown reasons was not censored. Its Distributors Indian Republic Syndicate then sold it to Delite Films, Bombay. The new buyers changed the Title of the film to AKASHPARI and got it censored on 11-4-1958 and had it released. However the film was a classic flop and disappeared quickly. All the 8 songs recorded as Dilbahar were used in this film.

The producers were Shrivastav and Geete. The film was directed by Mohan Sinha ( father of actress Vidya Sinha) and the composer was Inayat Ali. Now, in the late 40s, there were 3 composers having similar names. Inayat was a composer for an unreleased film of the 40s,’Basant Panchami’. There was Inayat Ali who composed music for film ‘Galat fahmi’-49 and Dilbahar alias Lachak in the 50s ( This is the film under our discussion today), and the third composer was Master Inayat Hussain who only composed music for a Punjabi film ‘ Kamli’ -mid 40s. Master Inayat migrated to Pakistan and became a highly respected,famous and very successful music Director there.

It is not known whether all these Inayats were the same person or 3 different persons. Anyway, Master Inayat Hussain never claimed any Hindi film in India in his career here. So,obviously he is different.

So much for the history of the film,its composer and the songs. The film itself was a total Bakwaas. I remember having seen this film in Hyderabad. It was one of the ‘stupidest’ films I ever saw in my life. The remarks in my notes,about this film are ” How can somebody make a film on such a stupid story ? “. When you read its story, you will realise the truth. The cast of the film was Kusum Pradhan, Mahipal, Ramsingh, Maruti, Krishna Kumari etc etc. The film’s 8 songs were sung by 6 singers, G M Durrani, Meena Kapoor, Shamshad Begum, Faiyaz Mehmood, Geeta Roy and Sulochana Kadam. Here is the story…

Ratna ( Kusum Pradhan) and Ramesh( Mahipal) were in love and consequently vowed to get married. Their joy was turned to sorrow when they found that their parents had already fixed their marriages, which they were not informed about. Ratna refused to fall in line with her father’s plans which excited him and he got a heart attack. Ratna had to give her consent to please her ailing father. When Ramesh learnt this he threatened to commit suicide. Ratna had to make a quick decision. She goes to bed with a heavy heart and an uneasy mind. Dreams take the form of reality….
.
Now the rest of the film takes place in her dream.

Ratna and Ramesh elope to Amarnath. There they saw a yogi siting in Samadhi. Ramesh mocked at him. The insulted yogi cursed him and reduced him to a very small height. Ratna’s father and Ramesh’s friend Chamak have followed them and when they come there and see Ramesh’s fate they take him to the Doctors but all in vain. Then Chamak and Ratna take Ramesh to America with a hope of curing him. Instead, Ramesh attracts the attention of an International gang of crooks who try to kidnap Ramesh. Ratna and Chamak fly to Burma where they are followed by the gang. She and Chamak escape in an aeroplane but as their luck would have it, their plane crashes and when they gain consiousness they find Ramesh missing. Ratna breaks into sobs and cries. . The yogi who has cursed Ramesh takes pity on her and gives her the power of flight. Ramesh has been carried away to the Dwarfland wher the Princess( Krishnakumari) falls in love with him and proposes marriage and when Ramesh refuses she orders him to be slaughtered. Ratna who has got the power of flight comes with Chamak just in time to save Ramesh. From there she takes Ramesh to the moon in hope of curing him. Here also she is disappointed and flies to the Venus, here the Queen promises to cure him to which Rahu-the commander- in- chief objects and when the queen refuses to listen to him he holds her a captive, and tries to assault Ratna. Ramesh escapes un-noticed and rescues the queen who with her divine power restores Ramesh back to his normal height, Then Ramesh and the queen come to rescue Ratna. Ramesh and Rahu have a fight in which Rahu is about to strike Ramesh, seeing this Ratna screams with a fright and wakes up to find herself in the arms of Ramesh who has come to give her the good news that it was they who had been engaged to one another. The parents bless the couples and then they live happily ever after.
The audience too is happy and relieved that the film is over.

G M Durrani was interviewed by the famous writer Shri Rajnikumar Pandya ji-on the suggestion of Harmandir hamraz ji-in Durrani’s last days,when he was suffering from Cancer. Pandya ji has described the entire episode in his superb inimitable flowing style, which should be read from his book ” Aap ki Parchhaiyan”. Here are a few excerpts from that interview, translated by me in English from Hindi,for our readers…

” Rafi was introduced to me by Lyricist Tanveer Naqvi saying,’ this boy from Lahore sings well.You first listen to him. He is worth recommending to someone.’ Rafi looked a very pleasing smiling young boy. Coyly, he came forward,touched my feet and sang a song. I was impressed. He had already sung in Punjabi films, but Hindi producers were hesitant to use him. The reason was also strange. Those were the Rationing days. The sound film for recording was also rationed. Every producer used to get only 10000 feet only. Those days there were no Tape recorders. Direct recording on film had to be done. A Retake meant wastage of film. The Black market rate was Rs.3000 for a Tin of films,costing only Rs. 35 in official price. Due to this problem, producers hesitated to try a new singer for fear of retakes.

” I started recommending him, with my guarantee that he will not require a retake. Slowly, he started getting chorus songs. Due to my recommendation, Naushad gave him 2 duets in 1944. Rafi was craving for a solo. Once, the recording rehearsals were on for a qawwaali’ aji dil ho kaboo’ for film ‘Village Girl’-45. A new boy who was called to sing was not doing it properly. Rafi was standing in a corner. I called Rafi and asked him to note down the Antara. He did and then sang in such a fine way that the MD, Shyamsunder was very happy. Rafi was given the song to sing and thus his ‘solo’ wish was fulfilled by singing a few lines alone in the song. Rafi never forgot my help, and in my bad days always recommended me “.

About Lata,here is what he said, ” composer Ghulam Haider saab was my friend. Once he asked me if I knew any girl who had sweetness in her voice and not Masti alone like Shamshad. One day I was sitting with MD Harishchandra Bali. Lata came there. She wore torn chappals and soiled clothes. But she sang beautifully. I was swept off my feet. Ghulam Haider was composing music for the film ‘Majboor’-48. I told him that I had found the right girl for him. He asked to bring her immediately. I went by my car to Lata’s Grant road house. She was with her Mom and younger sister Meena. She was coocking food. I told her to immediately reach the studio. Her mother was pleased, but I felt their embarrassement. I understood and took out One Rupee and gave it to Lata for her travel to Malad.

” She sang ‘darne ki koi baat nahin’ for the film majboor-48 and this song changed her career for better. Today she is followed by every producer for songs, but there was a time when Sardar Chandulal Shah never liked her voice and called her ‘Cat’s Meow Meow’. She came to know and never forgot this. Finally she took her revenge and left the recording of song ‘ gaaye chala jaa’ from “Hum log” halfway. You will find her voice in the 78 RPM record, but not in the film song. In the film,they had to use some other girl’s voice in her place.”

The book has many such anecdotes,but more about it-may be some other time….

Meanwhile, let us now listen to this duet of Durrani and Geeta Roy ( when this song was recorded in 1950, Geeta was not married, hence Roy ) from the film Akashpari-58.

(My sincere thanks to Shri Rajni Kumar Pandya ji, for using some material from his book.)


Song-Ho gaye barbaad ham achcha hua (Aakaashpari)(1958) Singers-Geeta Dutt, G M Durrani, Lyrics-Anjum Pilibhiti, MD-Inayat Ali
Both

Lyrics

ho gaye barbaad hum
achcha hua
ho gaye barbaad hum
achcha hua
o piya teri kasam
achcha hua
ho gaye barbaad hum
achcha hua

duniya waale bhi tamaasha dekh len
duniya waale bhi tamaasha dekh len
lut gaye ??? mein ham
achcha hua

o piya teri kasam
achcha hua
ho gaye barbaad hum
achcha hua

aa meri taqdeer mere saath re ae
aa meri taqdeer mere saath re ae
mera ye do chaar gham
achcha hua
o piya teri kasam
achcha hua
ho gaye barbaad hum
achcha hua

pyaar mein sab kuchh hamaara lut gaya aa
pyaar mein sab kuchh hamaara lut gaya
phir bhi ye kehte hain ham
achcha hua

o piya teri kasam
achacha hua
ho gaye barbaa aaa aaa aad


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’s song is from an obscure mythological film Veer Arjun-1952. It is sung by G M Durrani. It is a Bhajan. Durrani has hardly sung any bhajans in his career,so in a way,this is a rare song. Moreover the bhajan starts with Sanskrit shlokas, which Durrani has sung with surprising ease and clarity. He must have really taken lot of efforts to do this.
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I was aware of “Lalkaar” (1956) and “Lalkaar”(1972). It turns out that a movie with the same title was released in 1944 as well.

“Lalkaar” (1944) was produced and directed by Jayant Desai. The movie had Ramola, Ishwarlal, Mubarak, Maya Bannerji etc in it.
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“Baadshaah Salaamat” (1956) was directed by Prem Sinha for Mayfair Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Shyama, Amarnath, Smriti Biswas, Bhagwan, B M Vyas, Chandrashekhar, Maruti, Ramesh Thakur, Naaz, Heera Sawant, R Tiwari, Vinay Kumar with Anwar Hussain and Minu Mumtaz as guest artists.
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Today (9 september 2014) is the 26th death anniversary of G M Durrani (1919- 9 september 1988). G M Durrani was one of the playback singing stars during 1940s.
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“Shikaar” (1955) was directed by Ravindra Dave for Tara Films. The movie had Nimmi, Shekhar, Smriti Biswas, Moti Sagar, Bipin Gupta, Veer Sakhuja, Alka, Bhupendra Kapoor, Sooraj, Baby Lata, ameena Bai, Ratan Gaurang, C L Shah with Johny Walker and Shyama as guest artists.
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Chaandni Raaten – Song no. 6
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It is G. M. Durrani’s Death Anniversary on 7th September. So this duet by G. M. Durrani and Geeta Dutt is presented as a tribute on this occasion. G. M. Durrani and Geeta Dutt is a rare combination, only 8 duets are posted so far in the blog.

Famous simply as G. M. Durrani(1919-1988), I have wondered what is the full name. Now I find that it is Ghulam Mustafa Durrani. With the surname of Durrani, it was easy to guess his pathan ancestry.
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