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Prem naam hai mera. . .
Prem Chopra. . .

Thus happens the surprise introduction of this villain cum character artist, in the film ‘Bobby’ (1973). I call it a surprise because his name does not appear in the credits at the start of the film. ‘Bobby’ was one of the films that I got to see on the big screen, with family. Prem Chopra would be a familiar artist in the nascent mind of the school going ‘yours truly’, thanks to films like ‘Shaheed’ and ‘Upkar’. And so, when abruptly and unexpectedly on to the shining tinsel screen, appears this familiar face and the familiar voice, chewing on a blade of grass, and making his presence felt in a very lewd and unexpected manner, I remember I was aghast – “arre, is ka to naam bhi nahin hai, ye kaise aa gaya?”. For a split second, the thought did cross my mind – “cinema waalon ne koi galat reel laga di hai”. But immediately as the film continued, that thought would be discarded. “Achhaa, aisa bhi hota hai. B’gair naam ke bhi actor film mein aa jaate hain”.

As I look back on that micro memory of that tiny episode, I realize – goodness, what other actor has had this opportunity of being able to introduce himself to the world, on the silver screen, in his own voice, and in his own name. Even Amitabh Bachchan had to sing “My Name Is Anthony Gonzalves”. As far back as I am able to ruffle through the threads of memory, I cannot recall any other actor having made this kind of introduction on screen. Maybe Raj Kapoor – “Mera Naam Raju Gharaana Anaam”, in ‘Jis Desh Mein Ganga Behti Hai’ (1960). I can not recall another.

Greetings to Prem Sb, on his birthday today (23 september 2014).

One of the most enduring icons in the industry, he was born in Lahore in 1935. After the unfortunate partition of India, the family moved and settled in Simla. It was here, in his school and college years, that his interest in theatre and dramatics took a serious turn. His father wanted him to have a career as a doctor or an IAS officer. Despite facing stiff opposition, he made a move to come to Bombay in the late 1950s, with the dreams of being a hero on the silver screen. It would be some time before he was able to find his place in the industry, and in the interim he worked with the marketing department of Times of India, Bombay.

A chance meeting in the Bombay local train, brought him to Ranjeet Studios, to be introduced to Jagjit Sethi, who was then planning a Punjabi film ‘Chaudhry Karnail Singh’, a Hindu-Muslim love story against the backdrop of the partition. Jagjit Sethi was searching for a new face to be the hero in this film. The search ended with this meeting, and Prem was offered the lead role in the film. The role opened up new avenues, and the young actor started to get more offers even while the shooting of ‘Chaudhry Karnail Singh’ was in progress. The film was released in 1960.

After a couple of small roles and four years, 1965 happened. And with it came hit films ‘Sikandar e Azam’, ‘Shaheed’ and ‘Nishan’. These were followed up with ‘Teesri Manzil’ and ‘Mera Saaya’ in 1966. By the time ‘Upkar’ hit the cinema screens in 1967, Prem had resigned from his job at Times of India, and became a full time actor.

The roles of villainous type stuck to him, and he became one of the leading villains in 1970s and 80s. He had a lasting friendship and working association with Rajesh Khanna, and together they have done a score of hit films. There was a time when Rajesh Khanna was the top star, and when the distributors were approached for release of films, the first question they would ask was not ‘who the heroine opposite to Rajesh Khanna is?’, but ‘whether Prem Chopra is in the film?’

Five decades and almost 400 films later, Prem Sb continues to be active with his career in films.

There is a very small number of songs that he has performed on screen, given the nature of his roles in most films. And I think majority of them are already showcased here on this blog. The song that I present today is a one of those handful, where Prem Sb gets to perform. The film is ‘Vachan’ from 1974. The song is a duet performed on screen by Prem Chopra and Shashi Kapoor, with Mahendra Kapoor singing for Prem Sb and Kishore Kumar singing for Shashi Kapoor.

The scenario is a jam session party of young friends. Vimi is introducing Prem as her new friend. Prem is new to the group, having just returned from London. Shashi Kapoor is the old suitor pursuing Vimi. The song is kind of a competition in which Prem is trying to make himself known to the gathering, and Shashi Kapoor, being the uninvited guest, trying to put down Prem, and keep her away from Vimi. Somewhat comical, the extra accent is provided by Rajendernath. The lyrics are from the pen of Hasrat Jaipuri and the music composition is by Shanker Jaikishan.

Greetings once again Prem Sb. Be healthy, and live long.

Cheers.


Song-London se aaya hoon albela (Vachan)(1974) Singers-Mahendra Kapoor, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics

London se
aaya hoon
albela
zulfon se
baanhon se
main khela
saari duniya ghoom ke aaya
kahaan hai meri pyaari Laila
Laila.. ..aa haaye
Laila.. ..aa haaye
London se
aaya re
bhai chhaila
jiska dil
andar se
maila maila
aashiq hai
awaara
pehla pehla
Majnu ka
nakaara
angrezi chela
arre aata jaata khaaq nahin hai
dhoondhe pyaari Lailaa.. ..aa
hatt hatt
pyaari Lailaa.. ..aa
parey hatt
pyaari Lailaa.. ..aa

jis mehfil mein jaa koodaa
maine rang jamaaya hai
arre chhutti kar di hai sabki
aisa naach dikhaaya hai
haa haa haa haa
jis mehfil mein jaa koodaa
o main ne rang jamaaya hai
arre chhutti kar di hai sabki
aisa naach dikhaaya hai
haa haa haa haaaaa haa
London se
aaya re
bhai chhaila
jiska dil
andar se
maila maila
aashiq hai
awaara
pehla pehla
Majnu ka
nakaara
angrezi chela
arre aata jaata khaaq nahin hai
dhoondhe pyaari lailaa.. ..aa
arre hatt hatt
o pyaari lailaa.. ..aa
parey hatt
o pyaari lailaa.. ..aa

jaise bandar kood rahaa ho
waisa naach tumhaara hai
poorab ko badnaam kiya
tumne kya jhak maara hai. . .
jaise bandar kood rahaa ho
waisa naach tumhaara hai
poorab ko badnaam kiya
tumne kya jhak maara hai. . .

london se
aaya hoon
albela
waah waah
zulfon se
baahon se
main khela
paagal hai
saari duniya ghoom ke aaya
kahaan hai meri pyaari laila
laila.. ..aa haaye
o laila.. ..aa haaye

mujh mein aisa jaadu hai
har ladki deewaani hai
arre patle patle hothon par
meri prem kahaani hai
haa haa haa haa haa
yee haa
ladki hogi wo jaahil
jo tujhpe mar jaayegi
achhi ladki to mister
saath hamaare aayegi
haa haa
london se
aaya re
bhai chhaila
jiska dil
andar se
maila maila
aashiq hai
awaara
pehla pehla
majnu ka
nakaara
angrezi chela
arre aata jaata khaaq nahin hai
dhoondhe pyaari lailaa.. ..aa
arre hatt hatt
o pyaari lailaa.. ..aa
parey hatt
o pyaari lailaa.. ..aa
haa haa

london se
(pyaari lailaa.. ..aa haa)
aaya hoon
albela
zulfon se
(pyaari lailaa.. ..aa haa haa)
baahon se
main khela
saari duniya ghoom ke aaya
(lailaa.. ..aa haa haa)
kahaan hai meri pyaari laila
(lailaa.. ..aa eh he)
laila.. ..aa haaye
(aa haa haa haa)
o laila.. ..aa haaye
(aa haa haa haa)
laila.. ..aa haaye he he
(aa haa haa)
laila.. ..aa o God
(aa haa haa)

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लंदन से
आया हूँ
अलबेला
ज़ुल्फों से
बाहों से
मैं खेला
सारी दुनिया घूम के आया
कहाँ है मेरी प्यारी लैला
लैला॰॰आss हाय
लैला॰॰आss हाय

लंदन से
आया रे
भाई छैला
जिसका दिल
अंदर से
मैला मैला
आशिक है
आवारा
पहला पहला
मजनूँ का
नाकारा
अँग्रेजी चेला
अरे आता जाता खाक नहीं है
ढूँढे प्यारी लैला॰॰ ॰॰आss
हट हट
प्यारी लैला॰॰ ॰॰आss
परे हट
प्यारी लैला॰॰ ॰॰आss

जिस महफिल में जा कूदा
ऐसा रंग जमाया है
अरे छुट्टी कर दी है सबकी
ऐसा नाच दिखाया है
हा हा हा हाss हा
जिस महफिल में जा कूदा
ऐसा रंग जमाया है
अरे छुट्टी कर दी है सबकी
ऐसा नाच दिखाया है
हा हा हा हाss हा
लंदन से
आया रे
भाई छैला
जिसका दिल
अंदर से
मैला मैला
आशिक है
आवारा
पहला पहला
मजनूँ का
नाकारा
अँग्रेजी चेला
अरे आता जाता खाक नहीं है
ढूँढे प्यारी लैला॰॰ ॰॰आss
हट हट
ओ प्यारी लैला॰॰ ॰॰आss
परे हट
ओ प्यारी लैला॰॰ ॰॰आss

जैसे बंदर कूद रहा हो
वैसे नाच तुम्हारा है
पूरब को बदनाम किया
तुमने क्या झक मारा है
जैसे बंदर कूद रहा हो
वैसे नाच तुम्हारा है
पूरब को बदनाम किया
तुमने क्या झक मारा है

लंदन से
आया हूँ
अलबेला
वाह वाह
ज़ुल्फों से
बाहों से
मैं खेला
पागल है
सारी दुनिया घूम के आया
कहाँ है मेरी प्यारी लैला
लैला॰॰आss हाय
ओ लैला॰॰आss हाय

मुझ में ऐसा जादू है
हर लड़की दीवानी है
अरे पतले पतले होठों पर
मेरी प्रेम कहानी है
हा हा हा हा हा
यी हा
लड़की होगी वो जाहिल
जो तुझ पर मर जाएगी
अच्छी लड़की तो मिस्टर
साथ हमारे जाएगी
हा हा
लंदन से
आया रे
भाई छैला
जिसका दिल
अंदर से
मैला मैला
आशिक है
आवारा
पहला पहला
मजनूँ का
नाकारा
अँग्रेजी चेला
अरे आता जाता खाक नहीं है
ढूँढे प्यारी लैला॰॰ ॰॰आss
अरे हट हट
ओ प्यारी लैला॰॰ ॰॰आss
परे हट
ओ प्यारी लैला॰॰ ॰॰आss

लंदन से
(प्यारी लैला॰॰ ॰॰आss)
आया हूँ
अलबेला
ज़ुल्फों से
(प्यारी लैला॰॰ ॰॰आss हा हा)
बाहों से
मैं खेला
सारी दुनिया घूम के आया
(प्यारी लैला॰॰ ॰॰आss हा हा)
कहाँ है मेरी प्यारी लैला
(प्यारी लैला॰॰ ॰॰आss एह हे)
लैला॰॰आss हाय
(आ हा हा हा)
ओ लैला॰॰आss हाय
(आ हा हा हा)
लैला॰॰आss हाय हे हे
(आ हा हा)
लैला॰॰आss ओ गौड
(आ हा हा)

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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.

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Rafi Sb – In The Seventies – 14
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(1977 – Duet)

Come 1977 and Shatrughan Sinha had been around in films for about 8 years now. He already had two Filmfare awards for best supporting actor under his belt – in 1971 for ‘Paaras’ and 1975 for ‘Dost’. On screen, majority of his roles have a style – freewheeling, assertive and emphatic, whether being the smug good guy or the abrasive bad guy. In the seventies, Shatrughan Sinha was one of the busier actors in the industry, averaging 8 to 9 films a year.
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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.

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Rafi Sb – In The Seventies – 5
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(1973 – Solo)

Seventies was the decade of change, from the very subtle to sweeping transformations. The stars of the sky since 1950s, started to age and lose their glow and popularity. A new crop of youngsters was taking their place. Fortunes were changing, and so was the face of Hindi film music. Through the 50s and 60s, if Johnny Walker was in a film, then it was almost certain he would have a song. ‘Anand’ (1971) changed that. Issabhai Suratwala, the middle aged theatre company owner, went through this poignant tale with a role that had no opportunities for a song. Then, the number of Shammi Kapoor starrers as a hero began to fade. By the time ‘Manoranjan’ (1974) was released, Shammi was now a ‘fat’ character actor. Although still retaining the twinkle, the smile and the crack of humor, the appearance of a bulky posture and a accentuating beard was really a far cry from ‘Yahoo’. And the most significant departure came when in 1971, ‘Jaane Anajaane’ was released. The solo “Jaane Anjaane Log Miley, Par Koi Milaa Na Apna” performed by Shammi on screen carried the playback voice of Kishore Kumar. I remember now, in the ‘Filmfare’ magazine, a photo was published of the recording, showing Kishore Kumar and Shammi Kapoor, with the caption – ‘Shammi with his new ghost voice’. At that time, I did not understand the meaning of these words, as I do now.
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“Funtoosh” (1956) was directed by Chetan Anand for Navketan. This movie had Dev Aannd, Sheila Ramani, K N Singh, Kumkum, Bhagwan Sinha, Jaggi, Abu Bakar, Bheemji Bhai, etc in it.
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We in this blog often come across milestones. The most common milestone is century of songs which occurs after every one hundred songs and so far we have had 101 such centuries.
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Atul Song-A-Day 10K Song Milestone Celebrations – 47 (Post number 10002)
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The big milestone that was eagerly awaited for weeks and months now, was finally reached yesterday. The combination of euphoria and disbelief and excitement and happiness continues to linger in the hearts and minds. As I check the blog, the messages of congratulations continue to pour in. The feeling of being on top of the world – ah well, let it stay for some time. It will take some time to wear off. But it is a great feeling.
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This article is written by Santosh Ojha, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie 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.

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Atul Song-A-Day 10K Song Milestone Celebrations – 26
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I have never met Atul, he is not even my Facebook friend! But over the past few years I feel I have known him for a very long time. I know him as a very kind and gracious person who not only posted a few of my guest posts on his blog but was even very, very generous with his comments on my blog which has nothing to do with film songs. Maybe the reason for this is that we both grew up in middle class households in the same era, and that too within 130 km of each other (he in Ranchi and I in Jamshedpur, both small towns)
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This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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.

yahaan wahaan
shaam ho chaahe jahaan
yoonhi jhoome samaan
sun ke tumhaari baatein
pyaar liye
chaand ka teeka diye
yoonhi jugnu liye
chamke tumhaari raatein
noor jab tak baaqi hai
sitaaron mein

Our very dear Atul ji,

Bahut bahut mubaarken, aaj ke shubh din ke liye. Aur aisa hi ye din, aate rahe, aur hum sab aap ko yoon hi greet karte rahen.
Tandrust rahiye, salaamat rahiye. Aur Yoon hi is filmi sangeet ki mehfil ko sajaaye rakhiye.
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“Anhonee” (1952) was directed by K A Abbas for New Films. The movie had Raj Kapoor, Nargis, Agha, Achla Sachdev, Jankidas, Badri Prasad, Om Prakash, David etc in it.
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“Jawaani Deewaani” (1972) was a hit movie. Encouraged by its success, the same team, viz Ramesh Behl (producer) and Narendra Bedi(director) came up with another movie with a similar title, viz. “Dil Deewaana” (1974). The movie had the same lead pair, viz. Randhir Kapoor and Jaya Bhaduri. Other in the cast included Komal(aka Poonam Sinha), Aruna Irani, Mumtaz Begum, Ratnamala, Durga Khote, Satyen Kapoo, Manmohan, Tuntun, Kamal Kapoor, Paintal, Pinchoo Kapoor, Kader Khan, Sharat Saxena, Rajrani, Ranveer Raj etc in it.
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