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Hullo to all in Atuldom

My intention in writing this post is
1) one more movie becomes all songs complete.
2) To celebrate the birthday of the maker of the movie- Ramesh Sippy.

Ramesh Sippy was born in Karachi on 23rd January 1947 to G.P.Sippy who was a film producer (their original surname was Sipahimalani). Ramesh Sippy has seen the industry since the time he was six—he had visited the sets of Sazaa; his father’s first film.

He has played the role of Achala Sachdev’s son in the 1953 film Shahenshah (the credit for this info should go to WIKIPEDIA- my reference guide). Andaaz (1971) was his first directorial venture. Post this his movies were all successful (if they had released in today’s times; people would say that he made money in all of them in the first weekend itself because that is the way people are gauging success nowadays). His first few movies had Hema Malini as the constant—Andaaz, Seetha Aur Geetha and Sholay.

Post Sholay he found success with Amitabh Bachchan movies- Shaan and Shakti. (These movies made him one of the five directors with whom Amitabh had a special working relationship the others being Manmohan Desai, Prakash Mehra, Hrishikesh Mukherjee and Yash Chopra) His Saagar was the comeback vehicle for Dimple Kapadia.

Now I was going through the posts of the last few days. And I saw that Atul was keeping up his New Year Resolution. Keep It Up! Then I saw that our battery of regulars are helping him out on this mission. Wonderful Teamwork!! Wow!! Then I set about finding the status on the various Ramesh Sippy movies on the blog.

I discovered that Andaaz has a total of six songs as per Myswar.com. Then my next discovery was that out of this the most popular song “Zindagi Ek Safar Hai Suhaana” has multiple versions which was covered in Dec. 2011. And the Asha Bhonsle version and the Mohd. Rafi version were covered in the comments section . Also the sad version of Kishore Kumar is there. So there is only one song left. And that is “Hai na bolo bolo” the children’s song.

So here it is sung by Mohd. Rafi, Suman Kalyanpur, Sushma Shrestha and Pratibha. Written by Hasrat Jaipuri and music is by Shankar Jaikishan pictured on Baby Gauri, Master Alankar, Shammi Kapoor and Hema Malini.


Song-Papa ko mummy se mummy ko papa se pyaar hai pyaar hai(Andaaz)(1971) Singers-Rafi,Suman Kalyanpur, Sushma Shreshtha, Pratibha, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Shankar Jaikishan
Sushma Shreshtha + Pratibha
All together

Lyrics

hai naa bolo bolo
hai naa bolo bolo
papa bolo bolo
mummy bolo bolo
papa ko mummy se
mummy ko papa se
pyaar hai, pyaar hai
hai naa bolo bolo,
hai naa bolo bolo
papa ko mummy se
mummy ko papa se
pyaar hai, pyaar hai

papa mummy milte hain
chupke-chupke hanste hain

haa haa haa haa
papa mummy milte hain
chupke-chupke haste hain
jaane kya-kya kehte hain
baate karte rahte hain
papa mummy milte hain
chupke-chupke hanste hain
jaane kya-kya kehte hain
baaten karte rahte hain
hai naa bolo bolo
hai naa bolo bolo
papa ko mummy se
mummy ko papa se
pyaar hai, pyaar hai

mummy teri achchhi hai
kitni bholi-bhaali hai
papa bhi to achchhe hain
kitne pyaare pyaare hain

haa
mummy teri achchhi hai,
kitni bholi-bhaali hai
paapa bhi to achchhe hai n
kitne pyaare-pyaare hain
hai naa bolo bolo

hai naa bolo bolo
munni bolo bolo
dipu bolo bolo
papa ko mummy se,
mummy ko papa se,
pyaar hai, pyaar hai

papa se main boloongi
mummy ko ghar le aayen

mummy se main boloonga
saath mujhe bhi le jaayen

papa se main boloongi
mummy ko ghar le aayen

mummy se main boloonga
saath mujhe bhi le jaayen

mummy bolo bolo
papa bolo bolo
mummy bolo bolo
papa bolo bolo
papa ko mummy se
mummy ko papa se
pyaar hai, pyaar hai

hai naa bolo bolo
hai naa bolo bolo
papa ko dipu se
mummy ko munni se
pyaar hai, pyaar hai
pyaar hai, pyaar hai


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“Mohabbat Isko Kehte Hai”(1965) was written, produced and directed by Akhtar Mirza. The movie had Nanda, Shashi Kapoor, Ramesh Deo, Leela Chitnis, Anwar Hussain, David Abraham, Madan Puri, Tabassum, Kumud Tripathi aka Kummo Tripathi, Helen, Chand Burke, Rashid Khan, M.A.Latif, Munshi Munakka, Mukhtar Ahmed, Jagdish Bhalla, Sikandar, Ratan Gaurang, S.L.Shah, Lala Nazir, Gopal Gorkha, Aziz Sadique, Lata Arora, Rani, Laxmi Chhaya, Tuntun etc in it.
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“Jai Bhawaani”(1961) was directed by Dhirubhai Desai for Prabha Pictures, Bomnay. The movie had Jayshree Gadkar, Manhar Desai, Lata Sinha, Sapnu, Veena, Niranjan Sharma, Ram Mohan etc in it.
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“Zarak Khan”(1963) was directed by Harbans for Shanti Niketal Films, Bombay. The movie had Jairaj, Chitra, Sheila, Harman, Baby Farida, Tiwari, Kumud Tripathi, Nazi, Wazir Muhammad Khan, Ravi Khanna, Ravikant, Rafia, Sujata, Madhumati etc in it.
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Songs to Tickle Your Memory – 12
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        phoolon ke rang se
        dil ki kalam se
        tujhko likhi roz paati. . .

A promise that was made in 1970, I am sure, continues to be pursued.  In Aligarh.  As the poet turns a graceful ninety today.  Yes, it is the ninetieth birthday of Gopaldas Saxena, a litterateur par excellence.  A poet that we are more familiar with by his pen name – Neeraj.
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“Roop Sundari”(1964) was directed by Chandrakant for Chitradoot films, Bombay. The movie had Mahipal, Anita Guha, B.M.Vyas, Sunder, Ratnamala, V.Gopal, Laxmi Chhaya, Bela Bose, Shabnam etc in it.
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“Dekha Jaayegaa”(1960) is as obscure a movie asny. This quintessential B movie was produced by Ravi Kapoor and directed by O P Khanna for Marvel Productions, Bombay. The movie had Kamran, Lilian, Nasreen, Amarnath, Sherry, Kumud Tripathi, Amrit Rana, Sukhdev, Soni, Mohan Modi, Zippy, Robert, Dilip, Haroon, Kader, Ahmad, Badshah, Ibrahim, Gulaab, Moti (the dog) etc in it.
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Greetings to Faryal on her birthday today (3rd November).

When she appeared on the film scene in 1965-66, the she was christened as the Sophia Loren of the Indian film industry. Considered to be one of the more daring cabaret dancers on screen, she actually expressed her extreme dislike for it, stating that primarily she is not a dancer, she never trained to be. But that is the industry and the type casting for you.
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“Love in Simla” (1960) was produced by S Mukherji and directed by R K Nayyar (debutant as a director)for Filmalaya, Bombay. The movie had Joy Mukherji (debutant as a lead actor), Sadhana (debutant as a lead actress), Azra, Kishore Sahu, Shobana Samarth, Durga Khote, Hari Shivdasani, Master Ramesh, Bazid Khan, Fouza Singh, Tavi Tandon, Vijaylaxmi (in a guest appearance) etc.
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Rafi Sb – In The Seventies – 8
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(1974 – Duet)

Getting on with Rafi Sb and the 1970s, here is this delightful duet from the year 1974. The film is ‘Insaaniyat’. Singing voices are Rafi Sb and Suman Kalyanpur. The song is created by the team of Hasrat Jaipuri and Shankar Jaikishan.
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