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This article is written by Bharat Upadhyay, 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.

Nightingale Noorjehan -13
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With this duet ‘Dil Leke Mukar Na Jaana’ from 1944 film ‘Lal Haveli’, all Noorjehan’s songs are covered in this blog.

I will quote what Wikipedia tells about her early life, musical training and the beginning of her film career.

“Jehan began to sing at the age of five or six years old and showed a keen interest in a range of styles, including traditional folk and popular theatre. Realising her potential for singing, her mother sent her to receive early training in classical singing under Ustad Bade Ghulam Ali Khan. He instructed her in the traditions of the Patiala Gharana of Hindustani classical music and the classical forms of thumri, dhrupad, and khayal.

At the age of nine, Jehan drew the attention of Punjabi musician Ghulam Ahmed Chishti, who would later introduce her to stage in Lahore. He composed some ghazals, naats and folk songs for her to perform, although she was more keen in breaking into acting or playback singing. Once her vocational training finished, Jehan pursued a career in singing alongside her sisters in Lahore and would usually take part in the live song and dance performances prior to screenings of films in cinemas.

Theatre owner Diwan Sardari Lal took the small girl to Calcutta in early 1930s and the entire family moved to Calcutta in hopes of developing the movie careers of Allah Rakhi and her older sisters, Eiden Bai and Haider Bandi. Mukhtar Begum encouraged the sisters to join film companies and recommended them to various producers. She also recommended them to her husband, Agha Hashar Kashmiri, who owned a ‘Maidan’ theatre (a tented theatre to accommodate large audiences). It was here that she received the stage name Baby Noor Jehan.

In 1935, K.D. Mehra directed Punjabi movie ‘Pind di Kudi’ in which Jehan acted along with her sisters and sang the Punjabi song ‘Langh aja patan jhanaan da O yaar’ which became her earliest hit. She next acted in a film called Missar Ka Sitara (1936) by the same company and sang in it for music composer, Damodar Sharma. Jehan also played the child role of Heer in the film Heer-Sayyal (1937). One of her popular songs from that period Shala jawaniyan maney is from Dalsukh Pancholi’s Punjabi film Gul Bakawli (1937). All these Punjabi movies were made in Calcutta. After a few years in Calcutta, Jehan returned to Lahore in 1938. In 1939, renowned music director Ghulam Haider composed songs for Jehan which led to her early popularity, and he thus became her early mentor.

In 1942, she played the main lead opposite Pran in Khandaan. It was her first role as an adult, and the film was a major success. Khandaan’s success saw her shifting to Bombay, with director Syed Shaukat Hussain Rizvi. She shared melodies with Shanta Apte in Duhai (1943). It was in this film that Jehan lent her voice for the second time, to another actress named Husn Bano. She married Rizvi later the same year.”

I will conclude Wikipedia’s account of her films in India till 1947, in my next presentation of Noorjehan’s song. Till then, let us enjoy the simple worded duet with the pleasant tune by Meer saheb.


Song–Dil Leke Mukar Na Jaana (Laal Haveli)(1944) Singers-Noorjahaan, Surendra, Lyrics-Shams Lakhnavi, MD- Meer Saheb
Both

Lyrics(Provided by Nitin Shah)

dil leke mukar na jaana
dil leke mukar na jaana
naazuk hai ae ae
naazuk hai
bahut zamaana (?)
dil leke mukar na jaana
dil leke mukar na jaana
dil leke mukar na jaana

o sajni
haan saajan
o sajni
haan saajan
tum bin chain na paaun
tum bin chain na paaun

main apna vachan nibhaaun
main apna vachan nibhaaun
tum apna vachan nibhaana
tum apna vachan nibhaana
dil leke mukar na jaana
dil leke mukar na jaana

mere tan mein jaan hai teri
mere tan mein jaan hai teri
tere tan mein meri

mujh pe apna saaya samjha
mujh pe apna saaya samjha
hai parchhaayee meri
tu shama to main parwaana aa aa
tu shama to main parwaana

haan
dil leke mukar na jaana
dil leke mukar na jaana


This article is written by Bharat Upadhyay, 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.

Nightingale Noorjehan -12
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Here is a tuneful duet of Noorjehan and Surendra from the 1944 ‘Bombay Cinetone’ film ‘Lal Haveli’. The other duet, by the same pair, from this film, will follow soon on this blog. (Hari ichchha permitting.) Naushad’s Guru Meer Saheb has set the tunes to the simple lyrics of Shams Lakhnavi.

Surendra used to be known then, as Surendra Nath B.A., as in those days, very few educated persons would enter the film-world. (Though I, in spite of being an engineer, had ventured there.) As an accomplished singer, he was considered Bombay Filmworld’s be-fitting answer to Kolkata Filmword’s famous singer Kundanlal Saigal. Surendra had definitely pleasant voice and was hero in many musical movies, during that period.

In this duet, Noorjehan seems to have been completely enchanted by him, in spite of his half-closed eyes and expression-less straight face. (But who am I, to raise any objection to that?) I presume the endearing words praising her ‘sundar mukhada’ might have done the trick.

Let me congratulate Nitinbhai (our Nitin Shah) for contributing 900 lyrics to this blog, with this song. It must have been not easy to decipher song after song relentlessly for quite some time. It is no small feat. My personal experience while doing so, is to leave blanks when confronted with not clearly heard words. With your speed to capture songs from YT world, soon you are going to achieve the score of 1000!


Song–Mohaniya Sundar Mukhda Khol (Lal Haveli)(1944) Singers-Surendra, Noorjehaan, Lyrics-Shams Lakhnavi, MD- Meer Saheb

Lyrics(Provided by Nitin Shah)

mohaniya
sundar mukhda khol
mohaniya
sundar mukhda khol
sundar mukhda khol
mohaniya
sundar mukhda khol
panchhi daar-daar naa dol
panchhi daar-daar naa dol

mohaniya
sundar mukhda khol
mohaniya
sundar mukhda khol

man ko ho kis tarah dilaasa
man ko ho kis tarah dilaasa
kuaan paas aur phir bhi pyaasa
kuaan paas aur phir bhi pyaasa
roop bada anmol o o ol
roop bada anmol o o ol

sundar mukhda khol
mohaniya
sundar mukhda khol

haal jo tera wohi hai mera aa
haal jo tera wohi hai mera aa
ek jagah donon ka basera aa
ek jagah dono ka basera

prem se amrit ghol o o ol
prem se amrit ghol
mohaniya
sundar mukhda khol
mohaniya
sundar mukhda


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Today (31 july 2015) is the last day of the week as well as the month. But that is not how this date is remembered by music lovers. Most music lovers, whether casual music lovers or serious ones know this date like the back of their hands. It was on this day in 1980 that Rafi passed away. He was just 56 years of age at that time and his stars were on the ascendancy again when fate willed otherwise on that day 35 years ago.

Lots and lots of things have been discussed about Rafi the gifted singer and Rafi the humble individual. He is one person who gets remembered by music lovers almost every day of the year. We in this blog have been discussing one Rafi song daily on an average right from the time this blog was started over seven years ago. The very first post in this blog on 19 july 2008 discussed a Rafi song ! The 100th and 200th post of this blog discussed Rafi songs as did the 4000th, 7000th and 9000th posts of this blog. In all, this blog has so far covered 2430 Rafi songs and we are around the halfway mark as far as discussing all Rafi songs are concerned. Hopefully we will reach a stage when we will have discussed all avaailable Rafi songs in the blog. Even today, this blog is perhaps the biggest online collection of Rafi songs in one place.

Lots of music lovers, groups, forums, tv channels etc discuss Rafi songs on this occasion. Most media discuss well known songs that most people are already familiar and they keep getting discussed many times throughout the year during various music related occasions. We in this blog do not repeat a song that has been discussed in the past. So every new discussion in this blog is a song that have not been covered before. So there are no short cuts, and no recycling of the same usual songs for us in the blog. Most Rafi songs that we will discuss today are songs that are rather less heard and known among music lovers. Less heard they may be, but they are all gems.

Here is a song from “Kangan”(1959) on this occasion. This song is sung by Rafi. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Chitragupta.

HFGK has this remark for this song-“it appears that this song was later on deleted from the movie. Going by the video of this song, it is seen that the song was very much there in the movie. We can see from the picturisation that the song is picturised as a background song as Nirupa Roy is shown wandering outdoors in bad weather conditions.

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

With this song, the eighth song from this movie to appear in the blog, “Kangan”(1959) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Aandhiyaan gham ki chalti hain chalne bhi de (Kangan)(1959) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Chitragupta

Lyrics(Provided by Nitin Shah)

zindagi jisne tujhe di hai ae
mitaayega wohi ee
ye diya jisne jalaaya hai
bujhaayega wohi

andhiyaan gham ki chalti hain chalne bhi de
jal sake jab talak shamma jalne bhi de
andhiyan gham ki

degi khushiyon ki barkha ye kaali ghata
apne haathon na apna diya tu bujha
degi khushiyon ki barkha ye kaali ghata
apne haatho na apna diya tu bujha
sabr kar ye ghadi gham ki talne bhi de
jal sake jab talak shamma jalne bhi de
aandhiyaan gham ki

dhoop mein chhaanv hai chaanv mein dhoop hai
har niraasha mein asha ka ik roop hai
dhoop mein chhaanv hai chaanv mein dhoop hai
har niraasha mein asha ka ik roop hai
dard palta hai dil mein to palne bhi de
jal sake jab talak shamma jalne bhi de
aandhiyaan gham ki

zindagi de rahi hai tujhe ye sada
o o o o
zindagi de rahi tujhe ye sada
jaanewaale na ja aaaa
meri mehfil mein aaaa
jaanewaale na ja
meri mehfil mein aaa
kaafila zindagi ka yeh chalne bhi de
jal sake jab talak shamma jalne bhi de
aandhiyaan gham ki chalti hain chalne bhi de
jal sake jab talak shamma jalne bhi de
aandhiyaan gham ki


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“Bhakt Pooran”(1952) was produced by Vinod Chandra Desai and directed by Dhirubhai Desai for Vinod Films, Bombay. The movie had Nirupa Roy, Shahu Modak, Vanmala, Sapru, B M Vyas, Niranjan Sharma, Lalita Pawar, Shanta Kunwar, Radha, Dhuliya, Lathani, Amina, Munnas, Anwari, Pratibha, Ramesh Tiwari, Dilip Pahalwan, M Tandon, Baby Naaz, Pappu etc in it.
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“Nayi Duniya”(1942) was produced by Naushad and directed by A R Kardar for Sirco Productions, Bombay. The movie had Jairaj, Shobhna Samarth, Azurie, R Vasti, Mazhar Khan, Hari Shivdasani, Jeeva, Ram autaar, Alauddin etc in it.

Six songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the seventh song from “Nai Duniya”(1942) to appear in the blog. This duet song is sung by Rajkumari and G M Durrani. Tanvir Naqvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Naushad.
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This article is written by Bharat Upadhyay, 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.

Nightingale Noorjehan – 5
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After completing Noorjehan’s songs in ‘Hamjoli’, now we start with her songs in ‘Dil’.

Produced by Fazli Brothers and directed by Syad Fazlu Hussain, the film had Noorjehan, Abdul Latif, Baby Zubaida, Amina, A M Khan, Kamal, Geeta Bose, Ghori, Bhudo Advani, Anwari, Raazi, Anis etc starring in it. Shams Lakhnavi and Raziuddin ‘Arsh’ Hyderi were the lyrics writer and the Music was set by Zafar Khursheed. One Song ‘Aye Hawa, Ja Ja Piya Ke Ghar Jaa’ is already discussed on this blog, out of Noorjehan’s six songs.
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This article is written by Bharat Upadhyay, 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.

Nightingale Noorjehan – 4
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With this, a very strong protest song by Noorjehan, ‘Kab tak teri duniya mein andhera hi rahega?’ All her songs from the Film ‘Hamjoli’ are covered for our blog. The remaining songs from the Film, according to HFGK are:

S No. Song Singer Remark
1 ‘Wafaayen Meri Aazmaoge Kab Tak’ G M Durrani
2 Vipat Suno Giridhari Roshan Ara Begam Famous classical singer of those days. Song is already posted in the blog
3 Koyaliya Bole Jiya Mora Dole Zohrabai Ambalewaali
4 Mori Chanchal Jawani Muskaraayen Shamshad Begam Wrongly attributed to Noorjahaan
5 Jag Ki Sewa Kar Le Bande Mehboob Khan Famous movie director

In addition, there is another song in the movie, which is not mentioned in HFGK. This song is “Aankh Mein Gussa”. it is perhaps sung by G M Durrani.
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“Black Cat”(1959) was directed by N A Ansari. The movie had Balraj Sahni, Minu Mumtaz, N A Ansari, Johnny Walker, Mumtaz Begum, Shammi, Hari Shivdasani, Tun Tun etc in it. From the comments of our readers in earlier songs of this movie, it is known that it was a chor police movie where Balraj Sahni is the police and he is in love with Minu Mumtaz. It turns out that Minu Mumtaz’s brother, N A Ansari is the boss of a smuggling gang. His gang is named after his pet- a black cat.
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“Basant”(1960) was produced and directed by Bibhuti Mitra. The movie had Nutan, Shammi Kapoor, Johnny Walker, Minoo Mumtaz, Pran, Kammo, Murad, Vitthaldas Panchotia, Jagdish Kanwal, Shyamlal, Rajendra, V Namade etc with Cuckoo making a guest appearance.
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“Hamaari Manzil”(1949) was directed by O P Datta for Famous Pictures Limited, Bombay. This movie had Nirupa Roy, Prem Adeeb, Gope, Yashodhara Katju, Badri Prasad, Faizi, Gyani, Randhir, Raj Mehra, Mishra, Niranjan Sharma etc in it.
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