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“Majhli Didi” (1967) was directed by Hrishikesh Mukherji for K G Pictures. The movie had Dev Kishan, Meena Kumari, Sachin, Maruti, Leela Misra, Keshto Mukherjee, Dharmendra, Leela Chitnis, Lalita Pawar, Bipin Gupta etc in it.

Today (27 august 2014) is the 8th death anniversary of Hrishikesh Mukherji (30 september 1922- 27 august 2006). On this occasion, here is a lovely “paheli” song from “Majhli Didi” (1967). This song is sung by Lata, Kamal Barot and Nilima Chatterji. It is pictrised on Meena Kumari playing mother to Baby Sarika, Master Khalid and Baby Razia.

The lyrics are by Neeraj and music is composed by Hemant Kumar.

This song is picturised quite nicely. The mother indulges in a “paheli” (riddles) session with her kids. Though it must be said that I did not fully understand these pahelis. I was better in solving them when I was a child. :)

As the session ends, the kids want more, but the mother throws spanner in their works, telling them that she has lots of other works to attend to. Not just that, she asks the kids to go and study and that she was going to take their test in the afternoon. :)

The lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchnadra.


Song-Main laal laal gujkoon (Majhli didi)(1967) Singers-Lata, Kamal Barot, Nilima Chatterjee, Lyrics-Neeraj, MD-Hemant Kumar
Kamal Barot + Nilima Chatterjee

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

main laal laal gujkoon
tu haath daale mujhkoon
main kaatt khaaoon tujhkoon
tu khaaye jaaye mujhkoon
bataao bataao bataao
main kaun hoon

ber

ek achhambhaa aissa dekhaa
haathi khadaa nahaaye
bataaoo toh kyaa hai
tum hi bataao naa maa
oas
oas ?
haan…aaa….aaa
chonch na doobey
ghadhaa naa dobey
chidiyaa pyaasi jaaye
ek achhambhaa aissa dekhaa
haathi khadaa nahaaye
bataao bataao
bataao toh kyaa hai ?

oas

ek katore mein hai katoraa
baap se zyaadaa beta goraa aa
ek katore mein hai katoraa
baap se zyaadaa beta goraa
poojaa mein woh aataa kaam
kaho toh uskaa
kyaa hai naam ?

bataaoon ?
naariyal

ek angul ke ghaazi miyaan
dus angul ki poonchh
chalte jaayen ghaazi miyaan
phansti jaaye poonchh

phir se bolo
ek angul ke ghaazi miyaan
dus angul ki poonchh
chalte jaayen gaaji miyaan
phansti jaaye poonchh

hmmm…hmmmmm
sui dhaagaa ?
haan…aaaaaaaa

ek thhaal moti se bharaa aa aa
sab ke sar par ultaa dharaa
aandhi aaye ae ae ae
paani aaye ae
moti ek nahin gir paaye
bataao toh kyaa hai ?
ek thhaal moti se bharaa aa
sab ke sar par ultaa dharaa

aandhi aaye ae ae
paani aaye ae
moti ek nahin gir paaye
aakaash
aakaash
aakaash
aakaash
aaa…aaaa…aaa kaash

maa aur paheliyaan bujaao naa
naa naa
Mujhe bahut kaam karne hain
tum dono baithkar sabak yaad karo
aur suno lalil uma
aaj dopahar ko tumhaari pareeksha loongi
samjhe

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“Munim Ji” (1955) was directed by Subodh Kumar for Filmistan Limited, Bombay. The movie had Nalini Jaiwant, Dev Anand, Nirupa Roy, Pran, ameeta, S L Puri, Prabhu Dayal, Kanu Roy, Samar Chatterji, Madan Mohan etc. in it.

As many as ten songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the eleventh and final song from the movie. This song is sung by Geeta Dutt with an uncredited male voice that sounds like S D Burman to me. Only the audio of this song is available. HFGK is of the opinion that this song was probably added in the movie later.

I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.

Shailendra is the lyricist of this song. Music is composed by S D Burman.

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

With this song, “Munim Ji” (1955) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-De diya tu le le dil (Munim Ji)(1955) Singer-Geeta Dutt, S D Burman, Lyrics-Shailendra, MD-S D Burman

Lyrics(Provided by Nitin Shah)

de diya tu lele dil
yoon nahin to chhupke mil
de diya tu lele dil
yoon nahin to chhupke mil
tu hamaara ho jaiyyo
apna hamen bana
ab na ji dukha
ab na ji dukha
kisi ki jaan se na khel re
anaadi ee
de diya tu lele dil
yoon nahin to chhupke mil
anaadi anaadi anaadi re

de de diya tu tu lele lele dil
yoon yoon nahi to to chhu chhu mil

jhuk padi hain mast baadalon ki toliyaan
pi kahaan pi kahaan papihe ki boliyaan
pi kahaan pi kahaan papi pi kahaan pi kahaan
jhuk padi hain mast baadlon ki toliyaan
pi kaha pi kahaan papihe ki boliyaan
jali dil mein holiyaan
kaisi meethi aag lagaai hai waah waah re
anaadi
de diya tu lele dil
yoon nahin to chhupke mil
anaadi anaadi anaadi re

jab talak jiyenge
tera naam lenge ham
tera
ho tera naam lenge ham
seene se lagaaye rahenge ye tera gham
tera
ho tera naam lenge ham
o o o
dillagi mein jaan bhi jaaye to balaa se
dillagi mein jaan bhi jaaye to balaa se
hoga na hamem gham
tere pyaar ki qasam
hoy
sab kahenge preet nibhaai hai waah waah re
anaadi
de diya tu lele dil
yoon nahin to chhupke mil
tu hamaara ho jaiyyo
apna hamen bana
ab na ji dukha
ab na ji dukha
kisi ki jaan se na khel re
anaadi ee
de diya tu lele dil
yoon nahin to chhupke mil
anaadi anaadi anaadi re


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

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

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


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

Lyrics

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

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

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


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

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

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

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.


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

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

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

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

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


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“Jwaar Bhaata” (1973) was produced by Hargobind Duggal and directed by A Subba Rao for Bahar films. The movie had Dharmendra, Saira Banu, Sujit Kumar, Jeevan, Rajinder Nath, Nazir Hussain, Sunder, Shammi, Jayashree.T., Meena.T., Baby Guddi, Baby Pinky, Baby Sabira, Randhir, Shivraj, Narbada Shankar, Sulochana Chatterjee, Master Shahid, Johny Whisky, Behari, Gulshan Banwra, Kesho Rana, Aziz, Nazir Kashmiri, Master Manoj ,Master Ahmed, Dina Nath, Mukthar Ahmed, Moolchand, Nana Palsikar etc in it.

The movie had some nice songs in it and they have all been forgotten with time. I had listened to and enjoyed the songs of this movie, though I was not aware that those songs were from this movie. The songs that I enjoyed listening to those days were Daal roti khaao Prabhu ke gun gaao, Roothaa hai to manaa lenge and Turururu turururu tera mera pyaar shuru.

Here is a song from “Jwaar Bhaata” (1973) that I had never heard at that time. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. The song is picturised as a seduction cum diversion song on Saira Bano who diverts the attention of Sujeet Kumar and Jeewan so that Baby Pinky, a fellow captive can escape unnoticed and bring help. And Saira Bano seems quite confident that help would arrive in the form of Dharmendra by the time her song ends. :) Rescued within three minutes-does she think that rescuing damsels in distress is like making a two minutes noodle ? :)

Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

With this song, the fifth from the movie, “Jwaar Bhaata” (1973) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Peene ki der na pilaane ki der hai (Jwaar Bhaata)(1973) Singer- Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)

aaa aaaa
aaa aa aa
ho o o
ho o o

peene ki der na pilaane ki der hai
ek zaraa saaqi ke aane ki der hai
ek zaraa saaqi ke aane ki der hai
peene ki der na pilaane ki der hai
ek zaraa saaqi ke aane ki der hai
peene ki der na pilaane ki der hai
ek zaraa saaqi ke aane ki der hai
bas mere saaqi ke aane ki der hai

aaj dolegaa shabaab
aaj bolegi sharaab
aaj dolegaa shabaab
aaj bolegi sharaab
kaun kaun ladkhadaayegaa
dekhenge janaab
girne ki der na giraane ki der hai
bas zaraa saaqi ke aane ki der hai
bas mere saaqi ke aane ki der hai

dekho chhodo na aas
zaraa badhne do pyaas
dekho chhodo na aas
zaraa badhne do pyaas
do ghadi ke liye
aur ho lo udaas
hansne ki der na hansaane ki der hai
bas mere saaqi ke aane ki der hai
bas zaraa saaqi ke aane ki der hai

pyaas sab ki huzoor
main bujhaaungi zaroor
pyaas sab ki huzoor
main bujhaaungi zaroor
peechhe doongi sharaab
pehle laaoongi suroor
chhakne ki der na chhakaane ki der hai
bas mere saaqi ke aane ki der hai
bas mere saaqi ke aane ki der hai
peene ki der na pilaane ki der hai
ek zara saaqi ke aane ki der hai
aane ki der hai
aane ki der hai
ek zara saaqi ke
haan haan mere saaqi ke
oy oy mere saaqi ke
aane ki der hai

bas mere saaqi ke aane ki der hai
bas zaraa saaqi ke aane ki der hai
ek zara saaqi ke aane ki der hai


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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.

Then we have centuries by artists and also centuries by contributors. 70 artists have reached their centuries (with many of them notching up multiple centuries). Contributors to this blog have also notched centuries and there have been twelve such centurions in the blog.

Then we have milestones that are rather more complex or farfetched, if one may say so. For instance, we have had centuries of duet songs sung by combinations like Rafi-Asha Bhonsle(381), Rafi-Lata (319), Kishore Kumar (154), Kishore Kumar-Asha Bhonsle (149), Mukesh-Lata (127) etc. We even had centuries of songs picturised on one artist, but such combinations tend to go unnoticed. For instance, there have been more than one hundred songs picturised on Helen-officially 186, but the figure could well be over 200, if we review all the songs in the blog.

This song marks yet another farfetched / derived kind of century for the blog. With this song, as many as FIVE HUNDRED movies now have all their songs covered in the blog. It is a fantastic achievement indeed. These FIVE HUNDRED movies cover 3687 songs.

To put things in perspective, this blog has songs from nearly 3000 Hindi movies. There have been just over 6000 movies in all from 1931 till 1980 (the period of interest for this blog). So one can say that almost 50% of all Hindi movies released till 1980 are represented in this blog and that nearly 8 % of all Hindi movies between 1931 to 1950 have all their songs available in the blog. It is a small but very significant figure. Attempts to list all the songs of HFM have been made (in the form of HFGK), but going to a more microscopic level and exploring the songs as listed in HFGK in a systematic manner is an attempt that has been made only in this blog to the best of my knowledge. In the process we have discovered songs that we found were incorrectly reported in the song list, and we also discovered songs that were presumed extinct. We sometimes discovered gems that had not been revisited by music lovers from the time they were released and were duly forgotten.

With passage of time, the activities of this blog have become rather more complex than the simple days of the past. These days we try to achieve several targets at the same time and with time we actually achieve them.

The idea of covering all songs of movies came up in 2012 when Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh, our beloved inhouse encyclopaedia undertook the onerous task of going through the entire list of songs (moviewise) in this blog and comparing the list with the HFGK list to find out which songs of the concerned movies were left out. This list turned out to be extremely useful and we began to cover all the songs of movies in a more planned and conscious way. Such movies that had all their songs covered in the blog were then colored orange to distinguish them from the other movies that still had some songs left to be covered.

In just under two years, we now have 500 movies with all their songs covered. And this figure will keep on getting surpassed with every coming day.

And what is the song that I have chosen to mark the occasion ?

I found it a fascinating song from the very first time that I heard (and watched) it. And I watched this song for the first time only recently, 43 years after this song was created ! I had never heard (or watched) this song before. In fact I was not even aware of the existence of this song. Not that this song is from an unknown movie. This song is from “Parwaana” (1971) and this movie has some well known songs in it viz.
Jis din se maine tumko dekha hai, Piyaa ki gali laage bhali, Simti si sharmaayi si and Yoon na sharmaa phailaade apni gori gori baanhen.

This song from “Parwaana”(1971) is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Rafi. Kaifi Azmi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Madan Mohan.

The song is sung superbly by Asha Bhonsle and Rafi, but it is the picturisation of this song that takes one’s breath away. The song is picturised as a get together song where a hijaab clad Yogita Bali and Amitabh Bachchan lip sync this song in afamily gathering (I guess). The picturisation of this song, coupled with the playback singing is simply out of this world. It surprised me no end that a song of such class should end up as a totally forgotten song.

Every time we cover all the songs of a movie in the blog, we expect to see a remark coming from down south that goes “YIPPEE” and another remark from the west that congratulates me and the lyrics sender on the occasion. Prakashchandra it is who sent me the lyrics of this fantastic song.

Pradeep Raghunathan, the originator of the “YIPPEE” celebration had taken up the task of tagging the songs of movies where all songs have been covered. The last time I was informed (a couple of days back), as many as 440 such movies were covered and Pradeep Raghunathan was threatening to catch up with all the YIPPEED movies before we touched this landmark of 500 ! I am happy that I managed to just keep ahead of the stiff competition, :)

With this sixth and final song from “Parwaana” (1971), we now have 500 movies that have all their songs covered in the blog. It is quite a wonderful milestone for the blog and I am sure that this calls for a major YIPPEE from our followers.


Song-O jameela chhamak chhalo (Parwaana)(1971) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Rafi, Lyrics-Kaifi Azmi, MD-Madan Mohan

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

o basheera
o jameelaaa

ho jameela chhamakchhalo
jameela
rukh se parda hata de
ho jameela
meri bulbul
jameela
zara jalwa dikha de

o basheera
mere baanke basheera
lagi dil ki bujha de
haay haay basheera
mere pyaare basheera
meri duniya basa de
haaye basheera

hallu hallu se pallu kholna
kyun basheera
hallu hallu se pallu kholna
na basheera
gore gaalon ki kasam
kaale baalon ki kasam
mehke aanchal ki kasam
udte baadal ki kasam
hoy dil kee dhadkan ki kasam
mehke daaman ki kasam
jaage jaadu ki kasam
surkh pallu ki kasam
pallu jo kholoongee
deewaane lut jaayenge
lut jaane do
aaha ha ha ha
pallu jo kholoonge
parwaane lut jaane do
arre lut jaane do
aaj husn o ada ka khazaana luta de
bana de jahaan ko deewana bana de
haaye jameela
jameela
jameela
hoye jameela chhamakchallo
jameela
rukh se parda hata de

haaye haaye basheera
mere baanke basheera
lagi dil ki bujha de
haaye basheera

mujhse jo chheenega tujhko zamaana
to kya karoge
haan
aaya jo banke koi tera deewaana

to kya karoge
tere liye jaan ki baazi laga doonga
uyi tauba
ho tere liye ye jawaani ganwa doonga
uyi tauba
mera dildaar hai tu
sun mera pyaar hai tu
chakku ki dhaar hai tu
tez talwaar hai tu
le le dil tujhko diya
tujhpe qurbaan kiya
tu hi sanam mera
tu hi to mera piya
mera husn bhi tera
ye jawaani bhi teri
jaga de
mere soye huye armaan jaga de
oy baheera
basheera
basheera
oy basheera
mere baanke basheera
lagi dil ki bujha de
haaye jameela
chhammakchhalo
jameela
rukh se parda hata de
hoy jameela
meri bulbul
jameela
zara jalwa dikha de

hoy basheera
hata diya
achcha kiya


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Yesterday (25 august 2014), Zohrabai Ambalewaali reached her 100th song in the blog. It was the 70th instance of an artist completing one hundred of his/her songs in the blog. The list now included 27 music directors, 25 lyricists and 18 singers. Here is a summary of these artists and their number of songs in the blog:
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“Saheli” (1965) was produced by Sirishchandra Poddar and directed by Arjun Hingorani. The movie had Pradeep Kumar, Kalpana Mohan, Babloo, Rajendranath, Sulochana Chatterjee, Vijaya Chaudhary, Murad, PratimaDevi ,Tuntun, Paul Sharma, Polson, V.Kumar(Introducing), Sushil Kumar, JankiDass, Johnny Whisky, Bhudo Advani, Yunus Parwaiz etc in it.
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“Bheegi Raat” (1965) was produced and directed by Kalidas for Maya Movietone. The movie had Ashok Kumar, Meena Kumari, Pradeep Kumar, Kamini Kaushal, Rajendra Nath, Shashikala, I.S.Johar, Hari Shivdasani, Poonam, Edwina, Anoop Kumar, Mridula Rani, Rajen Kapoor, Parsuram, Mahendrani, Baby Irani, Raj Mehra, Ulhas, Moni Chatterjee etc in it.
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“Munim Ji” (1955) was directed by Subodh Kumar for Filmistan Limited, Bombay. The movie had Nalini Jaiwant, Dev Anand, Nirupa Roy, Pran, Ameeta, S L Puri, Prabhu Dayal, Kanu Roy, Samar Chatterji, Madan Mohan etc. in it.
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