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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.

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The Voice of Mukesh #65
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The film ‘Hanuman Janam’ is a 1954 film.  It is produced by MS Pathak and Durgadas for Rani Productions, Bombay and is directed by Raja Nene.  The cast of actors includes Prem Adeeb, Ranjana, Paro, Miky, Uma Dutt, Kanta Kumari, Raj Adeeb, MS Phatak, Jugnu, Lily Kelkar, Alka, Raj Sehgal, Mohini, Avtar Kishan, Lalit Kapoor, Meera, S Prakash, Meenu, and Chandabai.  The eight songs in this film are written by SP Kalla and the music direction is by Hansraj Behl.

Of the eight songs, we have two songs sung by Mukesh.  In the previous episode of this series, I had posted the first Mukesh song from this film – “Sukh Dukh Ke Donon Paaon Par”.  Today, I present the second song of Mukesh from this film.  This is ‘Bidaai’ song, the traditional song of farewell, that is an expression of a good bye to a new bride, as she prepares to leave her parents’ home to go and permanently settle in a new home, literally starting off a new life.  In the Indian tradition, this moment is an epitome of emotional flow.  And this moment has been captured in many songs in Hindi films.  On this blog itself, we now have 30 songs that belong to this category.

A very interesting side note to this song.  As I checked online, I find couple of uploads of this song.  As I played the first of them, I found that it seems to end abruptly, just close to the end of the third ‘antaraa’ (stanza).  So I tried the other link.  On playing this second one, I found the same issue with the ending of the song.  Quite intrigued, I went back to my own collection and pulled out the version that I have.  Once again, I found the same situation.  As a last resort, I turned to the definitive source of Mukesh’s songs,the  Mukesh Geet Kosh.  But in that also, I find that the lyrics available are exactly as played out in the audio versions that I had already listened to.

One possible explanation is that the song on the original 78 rpm gramophone record suffers from this discrepancy.  The timing of the song is around 3 minutes and 16 seconds or so.  It means that the original recording of the song is somewhat longer, maybe three and a half minutes or more.  That means that the actual song is longer than the capacity of a 78 rpm record.  So the producers of the record would simply have cropped the audio length to fit on the standard length of a 78 rpm record.  Does not happen often but there are a few such instances in which the song is cropped to fit the standard length, and hence, appears to end abruptly, prior to the actual end of the song.  The only way to check for the complete song now is to locate the video of this film. No luck so far, but let us hope.

Meanwhile, let us listen to this little heard song of Mukesh from 1954, and savor the melancholia that is the hallmark of this voice.
Enjoy.


Song – Gori Peehar Chhod Mukh Hamse Mod (Hanuman Janam) (1954) Singer – Mukesh, Lyrics – SP Kalla, MD – Hansraj Behl

Lyrics

gori peehar chhod
mukh humse mod
chali piya ke des chali ho
piya ke des chali ho

maa ki pyaari
raajdulaari
chham chham paaon badhaaye
chham chham paaon badhaaye
tadap tadap kar maa ki mamta
thaam jiya reh jaaye. . .
thaam jiya reh jaaye
reh jaaye
gori peehar chhod
mukh humse mod
chali piya ke des chali ho
piya ke des chali ho

jhar jhar roye
sang saheli. . .
jhar jhar roye
sang saheli
tumko yaad dilaaye
tumko yaad dilaaye
bhool na jaana
o dulhaniya
jaa ke des paraaye
jaa ke des paraaye
chali ho ooo ooo
ooo ooo oooo
gori peehar chhod
mukh humse mod
chali piya ke des chali ho
piya ke des chali ho

nain lajeele
mad se geele
nain lajeele
mad se geele
dekhat roop lubhaaye
dekhat roop lubhaaye
nai naveli
pee kaa aangan
swarg banaane jaaye
swarg banaane jaaye

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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गोरी पीहर छोड़
मुख हमसे मोड़
चली पिया के देस चली हो
पिया के देस चली हो

माँ की प्यारी
राजदुलारी
छम छम पाँव बढ़ाए
छम छम पाँव बढ़ाए
तड़प तड़प कर माँ की ममता
थाम जिया रह जाये
थाम जिया रह जाये
रह जाये
गोरी पीहर छोड़
मुख हमसे मोड़
चली पिया के देस चली हो
पिया के देस चली हो

झर झर रोये
संग सहेली
झर झर रोये
संग सहेली
तुमको याद दिलाये
तुमको याद दिलाये
भूल ना जाना
ओ दुल्हनिया
जा के देस पराये
जा के देस पराये
चली हो ओ ओ
ओ ओ ओ
गोरी पीहर छोड़
मुख हमसे मोड़
चली पिया के देस चली हो
पिया के देस चली हो

नैन लजीले
मद से गीले
नैन लजीले
मद से गीले
देखत रूप लुभाए
देखत रूप लुभाए
नई नवेली
पी का आँगन
स्वर्ग बनाने जाये
स्वर्ग बनाने जाये


This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, 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.

I have been doing some research on the works of Gopaldas Saxena ‘Neeraj’ – both as a poet and a lyricist for Hindi films. Being an admirer of this great poet and lyricist, I have been reading his poems that are available on the websites and also going through the available songs that he wrote for Hindi films. Suffice it to say here that he wrote over 100 songs for about 40 films during his stint in Hindi film industry. After 1975, The rate of his song writing for films had dwindled considerably since 1975, when he began to work from his home in Aligarh. The last time that he wrote a song for a film was for his close friend Dev Anand’s ‘Charge Sheet’ (2011).

During the course of my searches, I came across a beautifully worded song ‘jannat hai dekhni to kisi dil mein aashiyaan bana’ written by Neeraj for the film SHATRANJ KE MOHRE (1974). Mukesh’s equally beautiful rendition of this song has taken this inspirational song to a higher level. This song reinforces my view that a singer gives his best when he gets good lyrics to render. The song is picturised on Rakesh Pandey and Neetu Singh.

I had not heard of the film’s name until a few days back. In fact, I was well aware of a Hindi play by the same name directed by Ramesh Talwar which was staged some time in 1999. The film was produced by Ashok Chandra under the banner of Saket Films and was directed by Shibu Mitra. The star cast included Neetu Singh, Rakesh Pandey, Pradeep Kumar, Satyen Kapoo, Nitin Sethi, Dulari, Geeta Sidharth etc. The film had 4 songs written by three lyricists – Neeraj (2), Nida Fazli (1) and Ravindra Jain (1) who was the music director for the film.

Not much is known about the story of the film. I could not locate the DVD/VCD of the film on internet. But the title of the film would indicate that the film belonged to social genre involving some complex relationships between the characters. Fortunately, videos of all 4 songs of this film is available. I have also given the link of the audio clip of the song which has a better audio than in the video clip.

With this song, the film makes its debut in the Blog.

Video

Audio

Song-Jannat hai dekhni to kisi dil mein aashiyaan bana (Shatranj Ke Mohre)(1974) Singer-Mukesh, Lyrics- Neeraj, MD-Ravindra Jain

Lyrics

jannat hai dekhni to kisi dil mein aashiyaan bana
jannat hai dekhni to kisi dil mein aashiyaan bana
phoolon ki ek zameen bana
geeton kaa aasmaan bana

pyaar ki anjuman mein aa ban jaa aaftaab
hai jo suroor ishq to paani bhi hai sharaab
paani bhi hai sharaab
kismat na jo mita sake
aisa koi nishaan bana
jannat hai dekhni to kisi dil mein aashiyaan bana

khushboo-e-gul to ek hai
rangat juda juda
fark-e-nazar mita de to
banda hi hai khuda
banda hi hai khuda aa aa
koi na ghair ho jahaan
aisa bhi ek jahaan bana
jannat hai dekhni to kisi dil mein aashiyaan bana

waqt ki sooni raah mein
hansti hai ek mukaam
aur ye mukaam kab talak
jab tak chhalke jaam
jab tak chhalke jaam
duniya kaa saath chhod de
khwaabon kaa taar yahaan bana
jannat hai dekhni to kisi dil mein aashiyaan bana
phoolon ki ek zameen bana
geeton kaa aasmaan bana


This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, 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.

Troika of the latest century singers – Mukesh, Rafi and Kishore – 1. Mukesh
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Sometime in the middle of April 2015, I had sent two write-ups to Atul ji and coincidentally, both these write-ups were on the songs sung by Mukesh. Atul ji sent me a reply saying that for the time being, he was avoiding posting songs of Mukesh as also of Rafi who are on their way to hitting centuries of their songs in the Blog. So he reckoned that my write ups on Mukesh’s songs may have to be held back for a few days. It was apparent that articles for the special events had already been planned.

A click on ‘Some stats’ page of the Blog revealed that while Mukesh was close to attaining his 700th song, Mohammed Rafi was only one short of his 2400th song in the Blog. A further glance on this page revealed that Kishore Kumar too was also very close to hitting his 900th song. So it was rare ‘celestial’ event like that of conjunction of planets Jupiter, Venus and Mars in the triangle shape which is expected on October 28, 2015. And all the three playback singers are nothing less than celestial stars along with Talat Mehmood and Manna Dey. There was an inner urge in me to pay tributes to the troika of playback singers on this unique conjunction of century songs. A thought tickled in my mind. What if I was to select special songs for the troika of playback singers on the occasion?
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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.

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The Voice of Mukesh #64
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Ah, coming back to this series after a long gap, a very long gap indeed.  The last episode of this – “Hum Ne Chakkar Kha Kar Dekha”  was posted last year on 23rd June.  And I am returning to it now, after a gap of more than 10 months.  Before I get to the song itself, let me talk about this gap in the proceedings of this series.
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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.

The film ‘Jwala’ was started sometimes in the second half of 1950s.  It was finally released in 1970, a year after the passing away of Madhubala.  As with some of her last films, this film also has deficient and compromised editing, and possible use of a double in some scenes, just to try and complete the storyline.  But forever, this will be known as her last released film.
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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.

Not many debuts can be better than starting with the song “Afsaana Likh Rahi Hoon. . .” (‘Dard’, 1947).  His innings lasted for 23 years.  A long time in which he could not even complete a century of films.  He has written about 750 songs in 89 films across his career.  Typecasting, or more correctly to state, pairing groupism was responsible for this state of affairs.  All along his career, his partnership with music directors remained primarily confined to just three – Naushad Sb, Ghulam Mohammed Sb and Ravi.  His films with other music directors are really few and far between.

Remembering Shakeel Badayuni on the anniversary of his passing away today (20th April).
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“Naqli Nawaab”(1962) was directed by Tara Haish. This movie had Manoj Kumar, Shakeela, Ashok Kumar, Maruti, K N Singh, Kamal Kapoor, Indira, Shammi etc in it.
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“Kahin Pyaar Na Ho Jaaye”(1963) was directed by K Parwez for Young Technicians Unit, Baria Films, Bombay. The movie had Shakila, Mehmood, Om Prakash, Johny Walker, Sheila Kashmiri, Purnima, Shammi, Anwar Hussain, Amar, Altaf, Dilip Dutt, Brahm, Jeewankala, Madhumati, Kallan, Babu Raje etc in it.
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“Shreemaan Satyawaadi”(1960) was produced by Mahipatrai Shah and directed by S M Abbas for Roopkala Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Raj Kapoor, Shakeela, Mehmood, Nazir Hussain, Radhakishan, Kumud Tripathi, Raja Nene, Moni Chatterji, Arun, B N Madhur, Sushil Kumar, Haaroon, Nasreen, Brahm Bhardwaj, Poonam Kapoor, Indira Bansal, Ravi Khanna, Parshuram, Khursheed Khan, D G Dawli, Gopal Sahgal, Kishore Sharma etc in it.
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“First Love”(1961) was directed by Ved Madan for Natraj Productions, Bombay. The movie had Naaz, Mehmood, Preetibaala, Raj Mehra, Amar, Baij Sharma, S N Bannerji, M B Shetty, Balram, Rafiq, Hanuman, Mahabal, Nirula, Shankar etc in it.
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