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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 #68
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Such discoveries do not happen often. Finding unknown songs that one is not aware of.  Today is one such occasion, and this Mukesh song is one such song. And the credit for searching it out and sending it to me, goes to Mahesh ji Mamadapur.  A simple email from him yesterday – saying that he has found a song online that he cannot locate on the blog.  Since we have definitely covered and accounted for, all songs of Mukesh till the mid 1950s, how come this song from the 1948 film ‘Mera Munna’ does not appear on our blog?  I scrambled to check, and I found the following.

In the Geet Kosh volume 2, the information about this film is not completely listed.  The names of the singers are missing.  Most likely, by the time this volume got printed, this information was not available.  When Harish ji started to compile the songs list for the Mukesh Geet Kosh, he picked up the list of Mukesh songs, as in the print volumes of Geet Kosh, and tracked them down. However, many songs, such as this song today, were not even identified.

Earlier, whenever the lists of songs of specific artists have been discussed, I have always commented that there is a fair share of specific information that is still to be located, and these lists and compilations will verily get updated as more information becomes available. Over the years, more and more unpublished and newer information has been coming to light, which is adding to and updating the current body of knowledge.  Earlier in this series itself, we have identified and posted songs that were identified and tracked down, after the publication of the Mukesh Geet Kosh.  So when I saw this email yesterday from Mahesh ji, I realized this is an occasion to celebrate. I immediately sent a message to Harish ji Raghuvanshi, the compiler of the Mukesh Geet Kosh, and requested for his confirmation.  His reply came in very early morning today, confirming this information.

And so we have a reason to celebrate – a comparatively recent discovery of a song from 1948. An addition to this series, as we step back from the current status to post a song that is actually earlier in the sequence of his songs.

The film is ‘Mera Munna’.  It comes from Minerva Movietone,  the flagship banner of Sohrab Modi.  The film is directed by Vishram Bedekar. The cast of actors includes Motilal, Nayantara, E Tarapur, Leela Misra, Sita Bose, Wazir Mohammed Khan, Anita Sharma, Sadat Ali, Ramesh Sehgal and Hafeeza.  The Geet Kosh lists seven songs, all written by Qamar Jalaalabaadi. The music is composed by C Ramchandra.  Harish ji has shared the details of the singers of these songs.  Out of seven, there are four solos in the voice of Lalita Deolkar, and one duet of her and Mukesh.  Information for the remaining two songs is not yet available.  I request other friends and readers to please add more information about this film and its song.  My guess would be that this song is performed on screen by the lead pair of Motilal and Nayantara.  But I would like to get some confirmation for that.

Coming to this song. Goodness what an extraordinarily endearing song that is so simple in its words and musical constructs.  There are many songs in Hindi films that talk of the approaching arrival of a new addition to the family – a child is on way.  “Chanda Se Hoga Wo Pyaara, Phoolon Se Hoga Wo Nyaara”, “Koi Aane Waala Hai Chaand Ki Doliya Pe Ho Ke Sawaar”, “Jeevan Ki Bagiya Mehakegi, Chehakegi. . .”, “Hum Do Mil Ke Kaagaz Pe Dil Ke, Chitthi Likhenge Jawaab Aayega”, “Munna Badaa Pyaara Ammi Ka Dulaara” are some of the memorable songs that come to mind immediately.  And yes, there are more posted in this blog – just click on the categories link “expectant parents” songs’ in the column on the right hand side.This song sounds very different – it is a naughty conversation piece, minimum emotional and philosophical content.  It is a simple exchange of liners between the lady and the gentleman – a little bit of teasing, a spoonful of bashfulness, a spoonful of ‘meethi taqraar’, and loads of endearing fun. And then, yes, there is the voice of Mukesh, that has the ability to transform the ordinary into something extraordinary.

The conversation goes something like this. The lady says
        tum humpe hanso na piya
        humpe hanso na

and the gentleman responds
        tum humse lado na aji
humse lado na

Seems like the gentleman started by teasing the lady about the expected addition to the family.  So the lady tells him not to laugh at her.  And he responds by asking her not to quarrel with him.

Next, the gentleman poses the question
        bas itna kaho choodiyaan hum laaen ke topi

to which the lady responds
        sharma ke chale jaayenge
baat aisi kaho na

He is teasingly asking her whether he should prepare for a girl child i.e. get choodiyaan(bangles), or should he prepare for a boy child, i.e. get a cap for him.  And the lady sidesteps the question by saying not to ask questions like this, or else, feeling shy, she will go away.

Then, the gentleman contemplates
        tum humko bhula dogi
        jab aayega mehmaan

to which the lady requests that
        apnon se jalo na
        piya apnon se jalo na

The gentleman is musing that she will forget him once the child arrives.  And the lady requests him not to be jealous of someone who is their own.

But the gentleman continues with his teasing mood and announces
        gar tumne usey pyaar kiya
        hum to jalenge

And the lady replies by reminding him that
        wo mera hai tum mere ho
        aapas mein lado na

The gentleman is not giving up his line of teasing argument, and says that if she loves the child, the of course he will feel jealous.  And the lady reminds him that both he and the child are equally dear to her, and so he better not quarrel with the child.

As I said, a simple exchange, but what an endearing song this has become.  Listen and enjoy.

 


Song – Tum Hum Pe Hanso Na Piya Hum Pe Hanso Na (Mera Munna) (1948) Singer – Lalita Deolkar, Mukesh, Lyrics – Qamar Jalaalabaadi, MD – C Ramchandra

Lyrics

naa naa naa
tum humpe hanso na piya
humpe hanso na
tum humpe hanso na piya
humpe hanso na
haan haan haan haan
tum humse lado na
humse lado na aji
humse lado na
tum humpe hanso na piya
humpe hanso na
tum humpe hanso na piya
humpe hanso na

bas itna kaho
bas itna kaho choodiyaan hum laaen ke topi
sharma ke chale jaayenge
sharma ke chale jaayenge
baat aisi kaho na
baat aisi kaho na
tum humpe hanso na piya
humpe hanso na
tum humse lado na aji
humse lado na
tum humpe hanso na piya
humpe hanso na

tum humko bhula dogi
jab aayega mehmaan
tum humko bhula dogi
jab aayega mehmaan
apnon se jalo na
piya apnon se jalo na
apnon se jalo na
piya apnon se jalo na
tum humse lado na aji
humse lado na
tum humpe hanso na piya
humpe hanso na
tum humpe hanso na piya
humpe hanso na

gar tumne usey pyaar kiya
gar tumne usey pyaar kiya
hum to jalenge
haan hum to jalenge
wo mera hai tum mere ho
wo mera hai tum mere ho
aapas mein lado na
tum humse lado na aji
humse lado na
tum humpe hanso na piya
humpe hanso na
tum humpe hanso na piya
humpe hanso na

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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ना ना ना
तुम हमपे हंसो ना पिया
हमपे हंसो ना
तुम हमपे हंसो ना पिया
हमपे हंसो ना
हाँ हाँ हाँ हाँ
तुम हमसे लड़ो ना
हमसे लड़ो ना अजी
हमसे लड़ो ना
तुम हमपे हंसो ना पिया
हमपे हंसो ना
तुम हमपे हंसो ना पिया
हमपे हंसो ना

बस इतना कहो
बस इतना कहो चूड़ियाँ हम लाएँ के टोपी
शर्मा के चले जाएँगे
शर्मा के चले जाएँगे
बात ऐसी कहो ना
बात ऐसी कहो ना
तुम हमपे हंसो ना पिया
हमपे हंसो ना
तुम हमसे लड़ो ना अजी
हमसे लड़ो ना
तुम हमपे हंसो ना पिया
हमपे हंसो ना

तुम हमको भुला दोगी
जब आएगा मेहमान
तुम हमको भुला दोगी
जब आएगा मेहमान
अपनों से जलो ना पिया
अपनों से जलो ना
अपनों से जलो ना पिया
अपनों से जलो ना
तुम हमपे हंसो ना पिया
हमपे हंसो ना
तुम हमसे लड़ो ना अजी
हमसे लड़ो ना
तुम हमपे हंसो ना पिया
हमपे हंसो ना

गर तुमने उसे प्यार किया
गर तुमने उसे प्यार किया
हम तो जलेंगे
हाँ हम तो जलेंगे
वो मेरा है तुम मेरे हो
वो मेरा है तुम मेरे हो
आपस में लड़ो ना
तुम हमसे लड़ो ना अजी
हमसे लड़ो ना
तुम हमपे हंसो ना पिया
हमपे हंसो ना
तुम हमपे हंसो ना पिया
हमपे हंसो ना


This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, 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.

Recently, I read ‘In the Company of a Poet – Gulzar in Conversation with Nasreen Munni Kabir’ (2012). The book gives a bird’s eye view on the life of Gulzar – from setting his foot in Bombay (Mumbai) in mid-1950 to his continuing association with Bollywood. Before reading this book, I was under the impression that, like many others who came to Bombay to fulfill their aspirations to work in Bollywood, Gulzar was one of them. It was not so as revealed from his conversations in the book. Gulzar came to Bombay not by his own choice but as a part of his father’s plan to divide the financial responsibility of his large family following his post-partition migration from Dina (in Pakistan) to Delhi.

After staying with his step brother for some time in South Bombay, Gulzar shifted to a guest house in Chaar Bungalow area in Andheri (west) where some of the members of Progressive Writers Association (PWA) like Krishan Chandra, Rajinder Singh Bedi, Sahir Ludhianvi, Sagar Sarhadi etc. were already staying. They were all associated with Hindi film industry. Some of other members of PWA like Balraj Sahani, Khawja Ahmed Abbas, Ali Sardar Jafri, Shailendra, Majrooh Sultanpuri used to visit the guest house for attending the meeting. So most of the time, Gulzar had the company of writers and poets associated with Hindi film industry.

But the young Gulzar had different aspirations. His aim was to become a poet and writer like Mirza Ghalib and Rabindranath Tagore who were his role models. So, despite his almost daily mingling with poets and writers associated with Hindi film industry, he was not interested in working for Hindi films. As events have unfolded now, he was destined to work in Hindi film industry – an association of over 5 decades which is still continuing. How did it happen?

Shailendra and SD Burman had some creative differences over a song situation in the film ‘Bandini’ (1963). So Shailendra decided to withdraw from the film and suggested to Gulzar to meet Bimal Roy, the producer-director of the film. At first, Gulzar flatly refused to write songs for the film. It was after much persuasion (Gulzar terms it as ‘scolding’) by Shailendra that he agreed and wrote ‘Mora Gora Rang Lai Le Mujhe Shyaam Rang Dai De’ on a pre-set tune of SD Burman. Bimal Roy liked the lyrics very much. At that time, Gulzar was working as a mechanic in a garage at Byculla. Bimal Roy advised him to leave his job and become his assistant. Gulzar remained his assistant until his death in 1965.

But a superstitious SD Burman was not prepared to work with a new comer as he felt that when he worked with a new lyricist, the films failed at the box office. So he patched up with Shailendra and rest of the songs for ‘Bandini’ (1963) was written by him. This is the only song (his first, but third song in terms of the film’s year of release) he wrote for SD Burman. On the positive side, Gulzar’s first song brought together Lata Mangeshkar and SD Burman after a gap of over 3 years.

For ‘Kabuliwala’ (1961), Prem Dhawan was the lyricist. However, Bimal Roy was not happy with the lyrics of a song of a philosophical nature. So Bimal Roy entrusted the writing of lyrics for this song situation to Gulzar who had by then become his Chief Assistant Director. Thus, ‘Ganga Aaye Kahaan Se Ganga Jaaye Kahaan Re’ came from the pen of Gulzar. Later on, Gulzar came to know that it was at the instance of Prem Dhawan that Bimal Roy entrusted the song to Gulzar.
In ‘Prem Patra’ (1962), Gulzar wrote only one song ‘Saawan Ki Raaton Mein Aisa Bhi Hota Hai’. Rest of the songs were written by Rajinder Krishan. In terms of releases, however, ‘Kabuliwala’ (1961) was released first, followed by ‘Prem Patra’ (1962) and ‘Bandini’ (1963).

It is interesting to note that in the conversation, Gulzar has not even hinted that he had written songs for ‘Choron Ki Baarat’ (1960), ‘Diler Haseena’ (1960) and ‘Shriman Satyawadi’ (1960) under his then pen name ‘Gulzar Dinvi’. According to the year of release, these 3 films preceded the films mentioned in the earlier paragraph. However, he maintains that ‘Mora Gora Ang Lai Le’ for ‘Bandini’ (1963) is his first song. There must be some reason as to why he has kept silent on the songs of the earlier three films mentioned above.

Very recently, I came across a discussion on Yahoo Group’s ‘Sangeet ‘Ke Sitaare’ about Gulzar’s songs. Pavan Jha, a close friend of Gulzar who runs http://www.gulzaronline has clarified therein that Gulzar had only improvised the original lyrics written by Gulshan Bawra for three films of 1960s and much against Gulzar’s wishes, his friends had put his name in the respective films’ credit. So he would not like to take credit for those songs. Incidentally, those days, Gulzar’s short stories and poems used to get published in Urdu magazines like ‘Shama’ under his pen name of ‘Gulzar Dinvi’.

After the death of Bimal Roy, Gulzar was supported mainly by Hemant Kumar, though Hrishikesh Mukherjee and Salil Choudhury also lent their hands of support. Hemant Kumar took him as lyricist for films like ’Sannaata’ (1966), ‘Biwi Aur Makaan’ (1966), ‘Do Dooni Chaar’ (1968) ‘Khamoshi’ (1969), and ‘Raahgir’ (1969). With ‘Mere Apne’ (1971) Gulzar turned director. Thereafter he directed many films like ‘Parichay’ (1972), ‘Khushboo’ (1975), ‘Mausam’ (1975), ‘Aandhi’ (1975), ‘Kinaara’ (1977), ‘Kitaab’ (1977), ‘Angoor’ (1982), ‘Ijaazat’ (1988), ‘Machhis’ (1996) etc. The last film he directed was ‘Hu Tu Tu’ (1999) after which he announced that he was now done with the film production and direction. However, he continues to write lyrics for Hindi film even now.

I am presenting a song which Gulzar wrote for an unreleased film ‘Mitti Ke Dev’ (1968) from his early phase of carreer as a film lyricist. The song is ‘Shaam Se Aankh Mein Nami Nami Si Hai’ and is sung by Mukesh, set to music by Salil Chaudhary.

As per http://www.salilda.com, the film was produced by Padma Trivedi and was directed by Samir Chaudhary, Salil Chaudhary’s younger brother. Sanjeev Kumar and Anjana were in lead roles. It is said that Lata Mangeshkar and Mukesh were so impressed with the film that they wanted to distribute it in Maharashtra and Rajsathan. However, before the film was released, a studio fire completely destroyed the film. There were three songs, one each written by Gulzar, Yogesh and Prem Dhawan.  Of the three, only the song under discussion survived.

While this song of Mukesh is not well known, Gulzar wrote a ghazal retaining the mukhda of the song with the the same theme which Asha Bhosle had recorded in her NFS album ‘Dil Padosi Hai’ (1987) under the music direction RD Burman. Jagjit Singh made this ghazal popular through his NFS album ‘Marasim’ (1999).

All the three singers have sung in their own style. Of course, one can see the difference between filmy and non-filmy versions in regard to the singing style and orchestrations, apart from rendering in different verses. Note how , Gulzar has used imagery in the context of ‘saans’ differently in the song and in NFS ghazal versions:

In the song :
        ajnabi si hone lagi hai aati jaati saanse
        aansoun mein khadi huyi hai roothi huyi si yaaden

In the NFS ghazal – Asha Bhosle version:
        dafn kar do hamen to saans aaye
        der se saans kuchh thami si hai

In the NFS ghazal – Jagjit Singh version:
        dafn kar do hamen ke saans miley
        nabz kuchh der se thami si hai

Enjoy a rare Mukesh song with Salil Chaudhary’s typical orchestration. And do not forget to listen to its ghazal versions of Asha Bhosle and Jagjit Singh.


Song – Shaam Se Aankh Mein Nami Si Hai (Mitti Ke Dev)(1968 UR) Singer – Mukesh, Lyrics-Gulzar, MD – Salil Chaudhry

Lyrics

shaam se
aankh mein
nami nami si hai
shaam se
aankh mein
nami nami si hai
aaj phir
aap ki
kami kami si hai
shaam se
aankh mein
nami nami si hai

ajnabi si hone lagi hain
aati jaati saanse
aansuon mein khadi huyi hain
roothi huyi si yaadein
ajnabi si hone lagi hain
aati jaati saanse
aansuon mein khadi huyi hain
roothi huyi si yaadein
aaj kyun
raat yun
thami thami si hai
shaam se
aankh mein
nami nami si hai

patharon ke hothon pe hamne
naam taraasha apna
jaagi jaagi aankhon mein bhar ke
soya hua sa sapna
patharon ke hothon pe hamne
naam taraasha apna
jaagi jaagi aankhon mein bhar ke
soya hua sa sapna
aankh mein
neend bhi
thami thami si hai
shaam se
aankh mein
nami nami si hai

 

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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शाम से
आँख में
नमी नमी सी है
शाम से
आँख में
नमी नमी सी है
आज फिर
आप की
कमी कमी सी है
शाम से
आँख में
नमी नमी सी है

अजनबी सी होने लगी हैं
आती जाती सांसें
आंसुओं में खड़ी हुईं हैं
रूठी हुई सी यादें
अजनबी सी होने लगी हैं
आती जाती सांसें
आंसुओं में खड़ी हुईं हैं
रूठी हुई सी यादें
आज क्यों
रात यूं
थमी थमी सी है
शाम से
आँख में
नमी नमी सी है

पत्थरों की होठों पे हमने नाम
तराशा अपना
जागी जागी आँखों में भर के
सोया हुआ सा सपना
पत्थरों की होठों पे हमने
नाम तराशा अपना
जागी जागी आँखों में भर के
सोया हुआ सा सपना
आँख में
नींद भी
थमी थमी से है
शाम से
आँख में
नमी नमी सी है


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“Geet” (1944) was produced by A R Kardar and directed by S U Sunny. The movie had Chanda, Shahu Modak, Nirmala, Amir Ali, Shakir Ali, A Shah, Zahid Ali etc in it.
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The Wonderful Sounds of 1930s – 9
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What an enchanting and rare piece of music this one is.  Coming from the 1935 film ‘Raaj Mukut’, this song is part of the history that is eight decades old now.  Of the fourteen songs that are listed for this film in the Geet Kosh, only this one is so far traceable and available.
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Today (27 june 2015) is R D Burman’s 76th birth anniversary. Today is saturday and therefore a weekend day and so I should have more time at my hand to post more songs on the occasion. Three R D Burman songs have been posted in the morning so far and after that there was nothing.

It is not that I have kept idle since then. I have been doing quite some research on R D Burman songs throughout the day, going through the list of his songs available in the blog and comparing them with the list of songs available in HFGK, among other things.
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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.

If I were to ask you to let me post a special song for a special anniversary that is already belated by six days, as opposed to waiting for 360 more days to post this celebration song, what would you say?  And if I told you that the anniversary is really special, extra special; then?  I have a confident feeling that you will say – ok, well, go ahead, post the special song, and tell us what the celebration is.

And now, taking this feeling of confidence further, I now know that I have your full support in posting this special song today, no matter that we are six days delayed in making this celebration.
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This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, 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 Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 14 # Usha Mangeshkar-1
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‘Samasya-1975’ was directed by Dayabhai Bhakt and it had Madhuchhanda, Pawan Dutt, Chitra Sundaram, Aatma Prakash, Sunil Dhawan, D.S.Mehta, Rakesh Jaimani, Vikas Bali, Pratibha Bhatkari, Anjali Devi and Sajjan, Jagirdar, Pallavi Mehta, Damodar Shah in Special appearance.
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“Man Ki Jeet”(1944) movie was directed by W Z Ahmad for Shalimar Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Neena, Shyam, Prakash, Tiwari, Rajkumari Shukla, Miss Gulab, Geeta, Mumtaz, Asha, Shanta Thakkar, Nazeer Bedi, Saroj Borkar, Ramavtar, Kathana, Bismillah, Kailash, Khalil, Gulab, Sudha Apte, Anil etc in it.
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“Chaand” songs are always a delight to listen to. In my view, the first “Chaand” song was perhaps the title song of “Chaand”(1944) which I discovered some four years ago. I had discussed this song in the blog at that time.
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Today’s date is an important date.  Two very unique artists share this date as their birth anniversary.  Two artists who have made some of the most memorable contributions to the Hindi film song and music.  The two names are Sajjaad Husain Sb, music director par excellence and Suraiya, the singer with an enchanting voice and an unmatchable repertoire of renditions.
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