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“Sangram” (1965) was directed by Babubhai Mistry. Like “Parasmani” (1963), the earlier movie of Babubhai Mistry, this movie too had B grade superstars in it viz Dara Singh, Geetanjali, Randhawa, Maruti, Aruna Irani, King Kong etc.

“Parasmani” (1963) had music by a newcomer music director duo and that music went on to become surprise hit. “Sangram” (1965) too had music by a newcomer music duo and they too gave superb music but unfortunately the box office success of “Parasmani”(1963) could not be achieved this time and the music too failed to catch the imagination of music lovers.

Here is the song from “Sangram” (1965) that can be called the counterpart of Hansta hua nooraani chehra(Parasmani). The song, like the famous Parasmani song, is sung by Lata and Kamal Barot. Aish Kanwal is the lyricist. Music is composed by Lata Sattar.

The song is picturised as a dance song on Geetanjali and Swarna Kumari, with Aruna Irani also figuring in a masculine attire with beard as well. A comment on YT mentions that Geetanjali and Swarna Kumari were sisters and they were well known dancers in Tamil movies.

I wonder whether this lyricist Aish Kanwal is related to actress Peace Kanwal. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the matter.

This song, unlike Hansta hua nooraani chehra(Parasmani) has ended up becoming an extremely rare song. But make no mistake, this song is a masterclass. One only has to watch the picturisation a few times before this song begins to grow upon you.

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

This song marks Nitin Shah’s 800th lyrics contribyution in the blog. He becomes the second lyrics contributor to achieve this barely belivable feat.

In his three years of association with this blog, Nitin Shah has shared songs on a wide variety of genres. His songs are normally from 1940s the 1960s, which also happens to be the era whose songs tend to get discussed the most in this blog. Nitin Shah, like Prakashchandra, the other member of the 800 club, has sent lots and lots of lyrics to me that are yet to see the light of the day. So we can be rest assured that his lyrics contributions will continue to appear in the blog for a long long time and he will continue to reach newer and bigger milestones with time.

Our contributors have their own ways of contributing lyrics and I am happy to have them without looking at the gift horse in the mouth. Nitin Shah’s contributions are mostly in the form of huge files containing lots of songs in a genre, viz songs from 1950 pt I, songs from 1950 pt II,, balance songs of Suraiyya etc. :) The blog now has almost all Suraiyya songs and the big files of Suraiyya songs sent by Nitin Shah was a big help in this regard which meant that I only needed to look at theese files for Suraiyya songs which was a big time saver for me.

It can be easily seen that Nitin Shah spends unimaginable amount of time and effort in coming up with these huge lists of lyrics. It calls for great passion and enthusiasm. We mainly know him through his comments. We got to know him some more during the run up to the 10kth song of the blog. His introduction post, which I find extremely inspirational, revealed what a determined person he could be in his life. And it is his determination and never say die attitude that has enabled him to contribute so enthusiastically in the blog despite his active and busy professional life.

We are privileged to have Nitin Shah among the contributors of this blog. I hope that he will continue to be one of the major pillars of this blog as this musical bandwagon continues to march on. I take this opportunity to congratulate Nitin Shah. Here is hoping that he will continue to achieve many more musical feathers to his cap in due course.


Song-Dam dam dam dam damroo baaje (Sangram)(1965) Singers-Lata, Kamal Barot, Lyrics-Aish Kanwal, MD-Lala Sattar
Both

Lyrics(Provided by Nitin Shah)

dam dam dam dam damroo baaje
thhaap dol ki thaithaiya
re naachoon sajanva
chham chham chham
main to nachu balamva
thhai thhai thhai
main to naachoon sajanva

dam dam dam dam damru baaje
thhaap dol ki thaithaiya
re nachoon sajanva
chham chham chham
main to nachu balamva
thhai thhai thhai
main to naachoon sajanva

chaand ke rath par baith ke aayi
main kirnon ki raani

main kirnon ki rani odhkar aayi
chunariya dhaani
o o seep se jaise moti nikle
aisi meri jawaani

aisi meri jawaani
jaise chanchal raat suhaani
tann mann mein jal tarang dole
tere pyaar ki sargam boley

naachoon sajanva
main to nachoon balamva
main to nachoon sajanva

gore mukh par ghunghta daaloon
nainan mein hai laaj

nainan mein hai laaj
milenge aaj mujhe sartaaz
saat suron ke deep jalaake
kyun na nachoon aaj

kyun na naachoon aaj
mila hai ek anokha raaz
baazi apne haath rahegi
teri yaad jo saath rahegi

naachoon sajanva
main to naachoon balamva
main to nachoon sajanva

aaja tujhko dhoondh rahi hai
honthon ki muskaan

honthon ki muskaan liye
main tujh par hoon qurbaan
ho ho ek jhalak dikhla de
phir se
dil ke hain armaan

dil ke hain armaan sajanva
humko tu pehchaan
hum par tere pyaar ka jaadu
kaise aaj ho dil par kaabu

nachoon sajanva
main to naachoon balamva
main to naachoon sajanva

dam dam dam dam damroo baaje
thaap dol ki thaithaiya
re naachoon sajanva
chham chham chham
main to naachoon balamva
thhai thhai thhai
main to naachoon sajanva

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Today (24 october 2014) is the birthday of Greta, who is known to most of us as Memsaab of the blog memsaabstory.com. Her blog began in 2007 and it soon became a favourite blog and a meeting place of HFM bloggers. This blog began one year after her blog and I would stumble upon her blog quite frequently during my search for songs. For quite some time I was under the impression that she was a blogger of Indian origin who was based in US. It took me some time to realise that she was an American lady with no previous Indian connections and that she had learnt about Hindi movies from the ground zero up, and that too in just a few years. She in fact describes her initiation into India in general and and Hindi movies in particular in great and interesting details.

Personally I learnt a great deal about Hindi movies from her blog. I was not aware of movies like “Miss Mary” (1956), “Solva Saal”(1958) etc before I visited her blog. And I, like many other bloggers learnt about many forgotten artists of the past. We all are extremely thankful to Greta for introducing us to artists like Laxmi Chhaaya, Bela Bose, Edwina, Nazir Kashmiri etc.

I have not yet discussed about her articles so far. Her tremendous sense of humour, eyes for detail, and finding interesting and original angles out of seemingly trivial situations makes her an author who can keep her readers spellbound from the first word to the last. Her reviews of movies are more entertaining than the movies themselves and she can make you feel like watching those movies again, no matter how boring you found these movies in the first place. She is blessed with that kind of persuasive abilities.

And let us not forget her qualities as a human being. She is an extremely friendly, generous and tolerant person. I have seen some extremely nasty and offensive comments in her blog but she has dealt with them with the kind of patience and tolerance that very few people can have. It is her welcoming and accomodating nature that has won her several admirers and it was these qualities, coupled with her mastery over her topics of discussion that made people become her fans and repeat visitors to her blog.

Some of the artists that she greatly admires are Shammi Kapoor, Chandramohan, Dara Singh, Ranjeet, Helen, Asha Parekh, Mumtaz, Raakhi etc.

She has made friends not only among ordinary bloggers but also in the Hindi movie world. Names like Raju Hirani and Aamir Khan of the present generation and people like Edwina, Ted Lyons etc from the previous generations are some people who have become her close acquaintances by now.

Her love and compassion extends not just among fellow humans but extends to other creatures too. She is a great dog lover and many of her articles in the blog are on her pets. She have had several dogs by now and these dogs are extremely well known to us all thanks to her articles and photographs.

When I write any articles on dogs in this blog, I look forward to Greta’s comment on the article. She on one occasion wrote ane aricle in her blog on anipals.

Greta has been a great supporter of this blog. She put in some nice words about this blog in her blog during the early days and helped this blog pick up steam and gain momentum. She has also been kind enough to write a few guest articles in this blog.

Of late, she has not been very active in her blog. The reason cited by her is that she is unable to find new things to write. When I approached her to write a guest article during the 10k celebrations of this blog, she expressed the same reservations, but I persisted. She agreed to write a guest post and I must say that I found her article just as great as any that she had written in the past.

She has been the catalyst behind some great Hindi movie related initiatives. One of them is the “artists gallery” where she has collected lots of photographs of artists active in various decades and have put names to those faces after considerable research. The other initiative is getting together a team of talented collaborators who have helped improve the qulaity of original source material and add sub titles to these movies. These movies, which are great boons for non Hindi speaking movie lovers are made available as “Edu productions” movies, where Edu stands for Edwina, the HF artist from 1960s who by now is like a family to us- she is that well known by now among us- mainly thanks to Greta.

I can go on and on, because I as her unabashed admirer have lots of things to say about her. But I think this should suffice for now.

On this occasion, here is a song from “Raaka” (1965). This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Chorus. Asad Bhopali is the lyricist. Music is composed by Dattaram. The song is picturised on two of her favourite artists namely Mumtaz and Dara Singh. The song itself is an “expression of love” song lip synced by Mumtaz and others.

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

Here is wishing Greta a very happy birthday on behalf of all of us.


Song-Haaye ghazab ho gaya(Raaka)(1965)Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Asad Bhopali, MD-Dattaram
Chorus(Provide by Nitin Shah)

Lyrics(Provided by Nitin Shah)

hahahaha

bolo na
koi mila raah mein
achcha
aur dil kho gaya
phir kya hua
haaye ghazab ho gaya
haaye ghazab ho gaya
haaye ghazab ho gaya
koi mila raah mein
aur dil kho gaya
haaye koi mila raah mein
aur dil kho gaya
phir kya hua
arre haaye ghazab ho gaya aa
haaye ghazab ho gaya

usne bhi dekha
maine bhi dekha
usne bhi dekha
maine bhi dekha
haaye donon ki nazren milin
oye oye oye oye door se
yeh baat hai
main bhi na boli
wo bhi na bola
main bhi na boli
wo bhi na bola
haaye aankhon mein baat huyi
haaye haaye haaye haaye door se
o mujhe pyaar se
achcha
yoon hi dekha kiya
phir kya hua
arre haaye ghazab ho gaya
haaye ghazab ho gaya aa aa aa
haaye ghazab ho gaya

uske ishaare
thhe bade pyaare
uske ishaare thhe bade pyaare
haaye main un ishaare mein
haaye haaye haaye haaye
kho gayi
haaye daiyya
tauba ji tauba
aage hua kya
tauba ji tauba
aage hua kya
haaye main to deewaani si oye oye oye oye ho gayi
jaane kya soch ke
sochh ke
wo kareeb aa gaya
phir kya hua
haaye haaye haaye ghazab ho gaya aa aa
haaye ghazab ho gaya aa aa
haaye ghazab ho gaya

hosh uda ke
pyaar jataa ke
hosh uda ke
pyaar jataa ke
arre zalim ne dil mera
haaye haaye haaye haaye le liya
hoye hoye hoye
socha na samjha
dekha na bhala
socha na samjha
dekha na bhala
arre dil leke dard mujhe
oye oye oye oye de diya
mera dil chheen ke
haaye
wo kahin chal diya
phir kya hua
arre haaye ghazab ho gaya aa aa
haaye ghazab ho gaya aa aa
haaye ghazab ho gaya
koi mila raah mein
aur dil kho gaya
haaye koi mila raah mein
aur dil kho gaya
phir kya hua
haaye ghazab ho gaya aa aa
haaye ghazab ho gaya aa aa
haaye ghazab ho gaya aa aa
haaye ghazab ho gaya aa aa
haaye ghazab ho gaya


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The festival season in India begins with the festival of Ganesh Chaturthi and we have one major festival after onther following in quick succession. This is the season that sees people in festive mood and in a mood to spend money and prop up the economy of the nation with their spending. :)
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“Dilruba” (1950) was directed by Dwarka Khosla for Lotus Orient Films, Bombay. the movie had Rehana, Dev Anand, Yakoob, Cuckoo, Balam, Achala Sachdev, Gogia Pasha etc in it.
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“Khilaadi” (1950) was produced and directed by R C Talwar. The movie had Suraiyya, Ashok Kumar, Kumar, Sundar, Indu, Anoop Kumar, Narmada Shankar, Cuckkoo etc in it.
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“Shaan” (1950) was directed by Jayant Desai for Kuldeep Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Suraiyya, Rehman, Manorama, David, Amar, Chaand, Pratima Devi, Cuckkoo, Savitri, Neeru, Kala, Rajani, Sapru etc in it.
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“Khilaadi” (1950) was produced and directed by R C Talwar. The movie had Suraiyya, Ashok Kumar, Kumar, Sundar, Indu, Anoop Kumar, Narmada Shankar, Cuckkoo etc in it.
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“Kasturi” (1954) was directed by Vrajendra gaur for Sargam Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Nimmi, Sajjan, Bipin Gupta, Anand Prasad, Nakul Mullick, Shammi, Alka, Samson, Amrit Rana, Indira, Helen, Radheshyam, P C Sinha etc in it.
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“Raajraani Damyanti”(1952) was a mythological movie which was produced by Mahipat Rai Shah-Anupchand Shah and directed by Raja Nene for Roopkamal Chitra, Bombay. The movie had Nirupa Roy, Trilok Kapoor, Usha Kiran, Vikas, Baby Tabassum, Ratan Kumar, Prakash, Vasant Kaanse, Shakeela, Shakuntala, Uma Devi, Yashwant Dave, Ram Singh etc in it.
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“Leela” (1947) was directed by Dattaram N Pai for Filmistan. The movie had Shobha, Kanu Roy, Veera, V H Desai, Agha, Leela Mishra, Krishnan Kutty, B M Dixit, Satyanarayan, Sunalini Devi etc in it.
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