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“Haar Jeet”(1954) is an obscure movie and most people know nothing about this movie.

Since it is an obscure movie so it follows that Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh, our inhouse encyclopaedia must be having all the information on this movie. Here is what he has to say about this movie:

HAAR JEET-1954 was a very interesting film. I remember having seen and enjoying it too.

This film was directed by Jaggi Rampal, who was basically a story,dialogue and screenplay writer. This was the only film he directed. He was associated with films like, Gora aur kala, Jaani Dushman, Khoon ki keemat, Do yaar etc.

S.D.Batish, no doubt,was more famous as a singer, but he gave music to not less than 15 films independently and also as an assstant Music Director in many other films. From 1948 to 1960,there are 15 films on his name as MD. He left film industry in 1970 and went to USA to live with his son Ashwin. In USA,he wrote many books on classical music and Raagaas.He was running an academy of classical music there.

Nalini(Shyama) was the daughter of Raja Bahadur, a retired Jaagirdar in Poona. Her uncle,C R.Bihari, a psyciatrist and a hypnotist also lived with them. The uncle was a wicked person who wanted all their wealth. He brings Balraj, a small time criminal as Prince Balraj to marry Nalini, so that they can take all her riches. Not liking this idea, Nalini escapes to Bombay, befriends a working girl Mona and stays with her. She meets Rajan,an unemployed graduate and falls in his love. Her uncle traces her to Bombay, hypnotises her and brings her to Poona to marry Prince Balraj. Her father is also very ill. Rajan and his Friend Balam(Sunder) come to Poona to help her. Now the game of Haar – Jeet starts between Bihari-Balraj and Rajan-Balam. Finally, Rajan outwits the doctor and exposes him. He goes to jail and Rajan and Nalini reunite.

One song from “Haar Jeet”(1954) has been discussed in the past. Here is the second song from the movie. This song is sung by Geeta Dutt and Mubarak Begam. Aziz Kashmiri is the lyricist. Music is composed by S D Batish.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Bechain hai he he (Haar Jeet)(1954) Singers-Geeta Dutt, Mubarak Begam, Lyrics-Aziz Kashmiri, MD-S D Batish

Lyrics

bechain hai
he he
betaab hai
ho ho
bechain hai
he he
betaab hai
ho ho
is dil ka fasaana sun le
zaalam hai zamaana sun le

mere dil ko thhaamna aa sajaniya aa
bechain hai
he he
betaab hai
ho ho

aankhon aankhon mein fasaana keh gaye
aa aa aa aa aa
dekhne waale tadap kar reh gaya
ho ho tadap kar reh gaye

chhota sa fasaana sun le
zaalim hai zamaana sun le

mere dil ko thhaamna
aa sajaniya aa
bechain hai
he he
betaab hai
ho ho

jhoothhi kahaaniyaan hamko sunaao na
aa aa aa aaa
aa aa aa aa

bigde huon ki yaad dilaao na
yaad dilaao na
aa aa aa aa aaja
aa aa aa aa aaja
aaja tu aaja
ik dil
mera dil
haaye dil ka fasaana sun le
zaalam hai zamaana sun le
mere dil ko thhaamna aa sajaniya aa
bechain hai
he he
betaab hai
ho ho

tum jo dekhoge to duniya
phir jawaan ho jaayegi
aa tum jo roothhoge
to duniya benisaan(?)
ho be nisaan ho jaayegi
ho be nisaan ho jaayegi

aa aa aa aa aaja
aa aa aa aa aaja
ik dil
mera dil
haaye dil ka fasaana sun le
zaalam hai zamaana sun le
mere dil ko thhaamna aa sajaniya aa
bechain hai
he he
betaab hai
ho ho


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“Zeenat”(1945) was directed by Saiyyad Shaukat Hussain Rizvi for Eastern Pictures, Bombay. the movie had Noorjanaan, Yakoob, Karan Dewan, Dixit, Majid, Himalaywala, Salim Raza, Laddan, Agha, Sainger, Nazeer, Ameer, Munne Agha,Shahnawaz, Naseem, Shatarin, Bibbo, Leela Mishra, Chanda Bai, Amir Baanoo, Jillobai etc in it.

The movie had two music directors and four lyricists who created eight songs for the movie. Five songs from the movie have been discussed in the past.

There are two songs in the movie whose details regarding their singers, lyricist and music director are not known.

Here is one of those songs. This song is a wedding song where sahelis of the bride (played by Noorjahaan) sing this song. This song is sung by a female voice (unidentified as of now) and chorus. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify the singer as well as the actress who lip syns this song in the picturisation. HFGK is silent about the details of this song. I request our knowledgeable readers to tell us about the lyricist as well as the music director.

I have been unable to get a few words right in the lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to point out the missing/ correct words at the relevant places in the lyrics.


Song-Dulhan ban jaao dulhan ban jaao(Zeenat)(1945) Singer- Unknown female voice
Chorus

Lyrics

dulhan ban jaao
dulhan ban jaao
dulhan ban jaao
dulhan ban jaao
gale lag jaao
gale lag jaao
gale lag jaao
gale lag jaao
dulhan ban jaao
dulhan ban jaao

tera dulha hai rang rangeela
tera dulha hai rang rangeela
matwaala chhabeela sajeela
matwaala chhabeela soajeela
ho
tera joban bhi hai sharmeela aa
tera joban bhi hai sharmeela
dulhan ban jaao
dulhan ban jaao
gale lag jaao
gale lag jaao
dulhan ban jaao
dulhan ban jaao

tere maathhe ka teeka jhham jhham
tere maathhe ka teeka jhham jhham
tere pairon ki jhaanjhar chham chham
tere pairon ki jhaanjhar chham chham
tujhe lene ko aayenge baalam
tujhe lene ko aayenge baalam
dulhan ban jaao
dulhan ban jaao
gale lag jaao
gale lag jaao
dulhan ban jaao
dulhan ban jaao

teri zulfen hain kaali kaali
teri zulfen hain kaali kaali
tere honthon pe naache hai laali
tere honthon pe naache hai laali
haaye zaalim umariya hai baali ee
haaye zaalim umariya hai baali
dulhan ban jaao
dulhan ban jaao
gale lag jaao
gale lag jaao
dulhan ban jaao
dulhan ban jaao

?? baaraati laaye(??)
?? baaraati laaye (??)
tujhe phoolon ka gahna laaye
tujhe phoolon ka gahna laaye
tujhe jaana hai desh paraaye
tujhe jaana hai desh paraaye
dulhan ban jaao
dulhan ban jaao
gale lag jaao
gale lag jaao
dulhan ban jaao
dulhan ban jaao

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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.

This is a tale of a classical vocalist par excellence who chose the bliss of marital life over money and fame through umpteen classical music soirees. Sukoon (peace of mind) was the main motto in her life which, in her view, cannot be compensated by money and fame. The name of the classical vocalist was Roshanara Begum who rendered mainly in Kirana gharana style.

I accidentally became aware of Roshanara Begum when I was pressurised to buy a 78 RPM record of the song (in two parts) ‘desh ki pur kaif rangeen si fizaaaon mein kahin’ from ‘Jugnu’ (1947) sometime in early 1970s in a kabaadi shop. I may have played this song only a couple of times as I was more interested in listening to popular film songs those days. It was only after my retirement that I started spending more time on semi-classical and classical songs in that order. Slowly, I developed taste for this genre of songs with insight into the singers behind these songs. Recently, I have been listening to classical and semi-classical songs rendered by Roshanara Begum in various raagas. Here is her profile which is mainly based on an hour long TV interview she gave in Pakistan sometime in 1970s.

Roshanara Begum (1917-06/12/1982) was born in Calcutta (Kolkata) to Chanda Begum and Ustad Abdul Haque Khan. Her real name was Wahidunnissa. However, a fakeer after listening to her singing, changed her name to ‘Roshanjehan’. She had shown interest in classical music since childhood. At the age of 9, she told her mother to look for an ustad who could train her as a classical music vocalist. Initially, she received training from Laddan Khan. At the age of 13, that is, in early 1930s, she shifted to Bombay (Mumbai) with the intention of getting trained in classical music from Ustad Abdul Karim Khan, the doyen of Kirana Gharana. However, he was mostly based in Miraj with occasional visit to Bombay for concerts.

As per her interview, her singing prowess got her a role in a Hindi film ‘Noor-e-Imaan’ (1933) as a singer-actor. Her name was once again changed from ‘Roshanjehan’ to ‘Roshanara’. She worked as a singer-actor in 2-3 more films, names of which she did not remember. When Ustad Abdul Karim Khan decided to take her as his disciple, he put a condition to her that she should give up working in films. Incidentally, in a book ‘The lost World of Hindustani Music’, it is stated that her father was the cousin of Ustad Abdul Karim Khan. However, in the interview, Roshanara Begum always referred to him as Ustad and did not mention that he was her uncle.

While in Bombay, Roshanara Begum began singing on All India Radio and occasionally participated in concerts. A police officer belonging to West Punjab who was on transfer to Bombay, was a regular visitor to her concerts. He fell in love with her and eventually they got married on one condition put forward by Roshanara Begum that she should be allowed to continue her career as a classical singer. In 1937, Ustad Abdul Karim Khan passed away. She continued her training in classical singing with Ustad Abdul Wahid Khan who was a co-founder of Kirana Gharana along with his brother-in-law Ustad Abdul Karim Khan. In the 1940s, Roshanara Begum had established her name as a prominent classical vocalist and she was getting invitations to participate in musical concerts all over India.

After partition in 1947, Roshanara migrated to Pakistan with her husband and settled down in Lalamusa, a small town in Punjab. In the first 2 years, she did not pursue her singing career as elders in the joint family did not approve of her singing in concerts. However, when a senior official of Radio Pakistan came to know about her, he persuaded her family to allow her to sing at least on the radio. Thereafter she started singing for Pakistan Radio and TV. She also participated in the Lahore Musical Conference which was held in 1950. However, over the period, the atmosphere in Pakistan no longe r remainconducive for classical singers. Some of the classical singers even shifted to singing semi-classical genre such as ghazal which had more takers in Pakistan than classical music. Roshanara Begum had no interest in pursuing semi-classical genre of music such as thumris, dadras and ghazals. Her forte was khayal singing. So she spent more time in Lalamus as a housewife than a classical vocalist.

In 1978, Roshanara Begum visited India and participated in a concert in the house of Naina Devi, the thumri singer. Before starting her concert, she talked about the poverty of classical music in Pakistan and said that she hardly practiced any more, leave alone giving public performances. Kumar Prasad Mukhopadhyaya, a musician himself, in his book ‘The Lost World of Hindustani Music’ who attended her concert wrote:

Her music showed no sign of age or lack of riyaaz ……..She was short, fat and dark and even her admirers would not have found her appearance alluring. But when she sang, the expression of serenity, the inner feeling of peaceful union with swaras on her face would convey itself to the audience. The sudden intrusion of a violent yet effortless gamak taan followed invariably with a smile would transform her for a fleeting moment into a lovely person.

Roshanara Begum passed away on December 6, 1982 leaving behind her an adopted son and a daughter apart from a good numbers of her pet dogs and cats. The lovers of classical music are grateful that she left behind a wealth of recorded music for all those (including me) who missed her music during her lifetime. A sample of her shorter versions of renditions is given below:

Khayal in raag Adana

Tarana in raag Malkauns

Bandish in raag Des

Thumri in raag Piloo

Ghazal – Hone ko to kyaa huaa nahin hai

Roshanara Begum sang a handful of songs as a playback singer in Hindi films. She sang in ‘Pukar’ (1939), ‘Pehli Nazar’ (1945), ‘Hamjoli’ (1946), ‘Jugnu’ (1947) and ‘Siskiyaan’(1952). In Pakistan also, she sang only a few songs for films as playback singer. As mentioned earlier, she was not interested in singing light and semi-classical songs.

I am presenting here a rare bhajan ‘mori bipat suno Giridhari’ from the film HAMJOLI (1946) sung by Roshanara Begum. The lyrics are written by Anjum Pilibhiti and set to music by Hafiz Khan. The film was produced by K Abdulla and was directed by Ismail Memon and Lukman Ahmed. The star cast included Jairaj, Noorjehan, Agha, Jillobai, Ghuilam Mohammed, Mukri etc. The film was released on August 29, 1946 at Majestic and other theatres in Bombay.

I am thankful to Vidur Sury for giving me permission to rip off this particular song from his combined audio clip of four songs which he had already uploaded on YT.


Song-Mori Bipat suno Girdhaari (Hamjoli)(1946) Singer-Roshan Ara Begam, Lyrics-Anjum Pilibhiti, MD-Hafiz Khan

Lyrics

bipat suno Giridhaari
mori bipat suno Giridhaari
aan padi hai aankhon se dhaari
aan padi hai aankhon se dhaari
bipat suno Giridhaari
mori bipat suno Giridhaari

vyaakul hoon main bin bhaiyyaa ke ae
vyaakul hoon main bin bhaiyyaa ke
chaandni jaise bin chandaa ke
chaandni jaise bin chandaa ke
kaun(?) bachaalo tum maiyya ke
kaun(?) bachaalo tum maiyya ke
duhaayi hai ab Krishna muraari
duhaayi hai ab Krishna muraari
bipat suno Giridhaari
mori bipat suno Giridhari

toote dilon ka tum ho sahaara
toote dilon ka tum ho sahaara
tum hi nahin to kaun hamaara
tum hi nahin to kaun hamaara
man mein kar do ab ujiyaara
man mein kar do ab ujiyaara
door ho saari dukh andhiyaari
door ho saari dukh andhiyaari
bipat suno Giridhaari
mori bipat suno Giridhaari

bansi baja ke munh darsaa do
bansi baja ke munh darsaa do
man murjhaaye phool khilaa do
man murjhaaye phool khilaa do
bhaiyyaa ko mere mujhse milaa do
bhaiyyaa ko mere mujhse milaa do
binti karoon main hey banwaari
binti karoon main hey banwaari
bipat suno Giridhaari
mori bipat suno Giridhaari


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When I look at the movie titles of O P Nayyar, I find that he had composed in movies called “CID” (1956) as well as “CID 909″. He has worked in “Ustaad”(1957) as well as “Do Ustaad”(1959). He worked in “Basant”(1960) as well as “Phagun”(1958). He worked in “Farishta”(1958) as well as in “Mujrim”(1958),”Qaidi”(1957) and ‘ham Sab Chor Hain”. He worked in movies called “Kalpana”(1960)and “Raagini”(1962) and for matter in “Johny Walker” (1957) as well. Then there were a good number of Mr, Mrs , Miss etc viz. Mr and Mrs 55, Mr Qartoon MA, Mr Lambu, Shreemati 420, Shreemaan ji , Miss Coca Cola.

An optimistic title like “Bahaaren Phir Bhi aayengi” and a pessimistic “Ye raat Phir Na aayegi” also had his compositions.

Most of the above mentioned titles already have all their songs covered in the blog.

“Ustaad”(1957) is one movie whose songs are not fully covered in the blog. This movie had songs that are lesser known songs compared to many other O P Nayyar compositions.

Here is a less heard duet from this movie. This song is sung by Rafi and Geeta Dutt. Jaan Nisaar Akhtar is the lyricist. Music is composed by O P Nayyar.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Kyaa kyaa dil mein chhipa hai tere (Ustaad)(1957) Singers-Rafi, Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Jaan Nisaar Akhtar, MD- O P Nayyar

Lyrics

kya kya kya
kya dil mein chhipa hai tere
ye to bata
kya dil ne kaha hai tere
hamse na baat chhupa
chhip chhip chhip
koi man mein jo dole re
pal pal pal
jiya khaaye jhakole re
mujhko ye kya ho gaya
aa aa aa
man ki tu kya baat poochhe o matwaare
dil se jaane kaun karta aaj ishaare

o o o o
aa aa aa
aa sajaniya paas
hans ke nain milaa le ae
hamko teri ye adaayen
maar na daalen
chhip chhip chhip
koi man mein jo dole re
pal pal pal
jiya khaaye jhakole re
mujhko ye kya ho gaya

aa aa
gori tere din rangeele
chanchal ratiyaan
kar le hamse do ghadi to meethhi batiyaan
o o o o
aa aa
meethhi meethhi aag si ek man mein bhadke
jaane tujhse baat karte dil kyun dhhadke

kya kya kya
kya dil mein chhupa hai tere ye to bata
kya dil ne kaha hai tere
hamse na baat chhupa

aa aa aa
ghir ghir badra chha rahe wo mast khiwaiyya
tan man mera dolta jyun dole naiyya

o o o o
aa aa aa
hil mil maujen ga rahin sun raag suhaana aa
tu bhi nadiya pyaar ki ban
bahti jaana
chhip chhip chhip
koi man mein jo dole re
pal pal pal
jiya khaaye jhakole re
mujhko ye kya ho gaya


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“Yateem” (1945) was directed by Zia Sarhadi for Central Studio, Bombay. The movie had Yakoob, Chandraprabha, Lalita Pawar, Uday Kumar, David, E Bilimoria, Bhudo Advani, Suraiyy, T N Charlie, Yunus, Leela Pawar etc in it.
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“Kinaare Kinaare”(1963) is an obscure movie by now. The making of this movie makes for an iteresting reading.
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While searching for songs of “Village Girl”(1945), I came across a movie of the same title which was produced in 1936. “Village Girl”(1936) had Sabita Devi and Surendra in lead roles.
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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.

Around 11 pm last night it started to drizzle.  Rain on 26th January is not an unheard of, or unexpected thing.  But still, it can dampen the spirit of celebration at this  annual event of national importance.  And so the concern is always there.  When I woke up early this morning, it had drizzled all night long.  Along with the continuing cold temperatures, the clouds and the precipitation foretold a dreary day.  Literally, raining on the parade.

Greetings to all on today’s celebration of the Republic Day of India.  65 years ago today, the Constitution of India was brought into effect, and our nation was declared a Republic.
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“Dil aur Mohabbat”(1968) was directed by Anand Dutta for Shilpkar, Bombay. the movie had Ashok Kumar, Joy Mukherji, Sharmila Tagore, Johny Walker, Nazir Hussain, K N Singh, Asha Nadkarni, Anoop Kumar, Jagirdar, Poornima, Randhir, Moppet Sachin, Tuntun, Jankidas, Jagdish, Shiela, Bela Bose, Ravikant, Ravindra, Dhanna, Khosla, Taran Taran, Vijay Dewan etc in it.
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“Kinaare Kinaare”(1963) was a movie that took too long to get completed. The reasons for the delay of this movie is more interesting that the story of this movie itself.
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