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Atul Song-A-Day 10K Song Milestone Celebrations – 49 (Post number 10010)
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Most people think that life is like a limited overs cricket match where one has just one innings which ends when one retires from his job. But in reality one still has a long enough life ahead of him/ her. Instead of retiring, one can re-tire one’s wheels, take a fresh guard and begin a new innings, which may be quite glorious and memorable.

When we look at Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh, our beloved inhouse encyclopaaedia, we find someone who is showing the full range of his abilities in his second innings, after playing a traditional knock in his first innings.

Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh declared his first innings closed in 2007. After a break, he decided to pursue something that he loves doing, viz savouring old Hindi movies and their music. He learnt how to operate a computer and how to browse internet and then took a plunge into the world of internet, surfing HFM sites in order to listen to HFM.

He had been active on internet for a while before he discovered this song blog. The first comment that he made on this blog was on an English song written by an English poet ! The song was In the world’s broad field of battle (Duniyaa Naa Maane)(1937) which was sung by Shanta Apte.

Here is the first comment of Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh in the blog made on 18 january 2011 :

In the month of July 2009,I started operating Laptop primarily to enjoy old movie songs(at the age of 66 yrs.).I accidentally came across your site and now I feel that all my efforts are rewarded. I feel you are doing a great service to music lovers. I am overwhelmed by your dedication to your work.

This particular song has rightly been appreciated by you, but at that time when this movie was released, hardly anybody appreciated it.
I reenjoyed it.

He soon began to make his presence felt in the blog by offering hard to find information about obscure movies. He explained that he had a passion for watching movies since his childhood (which happened to be 1940s) and he would note down the details of all the movies watched by him in diaries and note books and they he would jealously guard and preserve them.

Though quite a few of these valuable possessions have been lost with time, he still possesses enough of them to be able to keep filling voids in our information by referring to his painstakingly prepared notes. He would also buy lots and lots of books on HFM in many languages, viz English, Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati… etc. Highly unreliable sources report that he may be having HFM books written in Swahili and Santhali as well. :)

Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh was born and brought up in the Nizam era Hyderabad. He had a happy childhood growing up in a joint family with lots of cousins. His father was a freedom fighter and he, alongwith his family had to flee Hyderabad to avoid getting arrested. That took Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh alongwith his family to Varanasi and he spend a few years in that place as well.

Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh has some interesting experiences of watching movies in Hyderabad. There used to be women only sections in movie halls where only women and children were allowed. It was fun to watch the reactions of women to the suffering of the heroine. Equally priceless was the experience of watching religious, mythological and B grade action movies in the company of low brow movie goers in run down movie halls.

Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh has a strong grooming in topics like religion, mythology, movies etc and he can write authoratitively on these topics.

He worked as a marketing man for much of his career till his retirement. His professional career took him to various places and helped him expand his knowledge and expertise in various fields that much more.

He began in the blog as a commentor, which were full of invaluable information about movies and artists that were often not available online. His comments have often helped rewrite the identity of artists pertaining to a few movies and songs. For instance, the identity of the singer of Dilli se aaya bhai Tingu (Ek Thi Ladki) was not known (HFGK contains a blank against the name of the singer). Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh’s tireless investigation in this matter has now helped establish the fact that this song is sung by Vinita Amladi (later known as Binota Chakraborty after her marriage). In another example, lyricist of the sole song of “Trishaagni” (1988), viz. Aisa lagey kahin door se is not mentioned anywhere. On my request, Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh dug up information about the lyricist from this movie’s director Nabendu Ghosh’s autobography where it is mentioned that this song was written by him !

Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh later turned a guest writer to the blog as well. And he has already written over three hundred well researched articles containing rare and invaluable information in them. He has written articles in several series, such as (i) MD singing for another MD, (ii) Songs by non singers, (iii)NFS (iv)Bhajans from 1950s (v) Songs from 1940s (vi) Duet songs (vi) Debut songs of artists etc.

In addition, one he undertook a massive project to identify movies that were on the verge of having all their songs covered in the blog. This project, which took him nearly three weeks enabled us to cover all the songs of a movie in a more systematic and convenient manner. This initiative led to the idea of getting all songs of movies covered in the blog. This had two side effects in the blog. One was the introduction of a page that lists all the movies that have all their songs covered, and second was the celebration that went “YIPPEEE..”. :)

Another page in the blog, viz “Anniversary” page also drew its inspiration from the monthly list of anniversaries that he would send me regularly.

He is acquainted with many HFM lovers through comments in blogs, through e mail as well as through Facebook. He has met with quite a few of them in person as well.

He has met with a few film personalities as well as their close relatives. For instance, he met Chitragupta as part of “Ladkiwaale” side when Chitragupta was seeking to find an alliance for his son. He met the relatives of Bhudo Advani and Parshuram and got inside information about the lives of these forgotten artists and wrote guest articles about them in Memsaab’s blog.

Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh has written articles in several blogs. We are extremely privileged that his most preferred blog is this blog where he has already completed a triple century of his articles and is still going strong.

He, through his articles has tried to clarify matters regarding “same name confusion” that is prevailing among fans on internet. For example, there are different artists or movies with the same name and fans have been making incorrect identification thanks to misleading information available online. His researches have now established that many of the movies on 1940s and 1950s had another Shashi Kapoor in them who was different from the son of Prithviraj Kapoor. He has likewise helped establish that a different Raj Kumar has worked in a few movies that have erroneously been attributed to the famous “Jaani” Raj Kumar for long.

It was one of his farmaishes that enabled us to discover a Kishore Kumar song(In haathon se sabki gaadi chal rahi hai (Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi) ) which was forgotten because it was excluded from the movie “Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi” (1958).

Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh is settled in Mumbai and he has a “bhara poora” family consisting of children, grandchildren, great grandchildren etc and he has his hands full playing the family patriarch who is much in demand for giving his blessings to youngsters on various family get together occasions.

Though a senior citizen, he addresses everyone, even youngsters with a “ji”. One cannot imagine how much difference this small suffix makes on the addressee. I too have been conditioned to address people (younger ones as well as menial workers) as “aap” and it helps a lot in getting favourable response from them.

Though he mostly mainly discusses old HFM, he has an open mind and he often says that “not all songs created before 70s are necessarily good and not all music created after 70s are necessarily bad.

Though he needs no introduction, it gives me great pleasure to present this introduction of Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh, our beloved in house encyclopaedia, as part of our 10,000th post celebration.

On this occasion, here is a song from “Hamaara Sansaar” (1945). This song is sung by Zohrabai Ambalewaali. Ramesh Gupta is the lyricist. Music is composed by Pt Govindram.


Song-Kaun jeewan mein mere samaaye ja raha hai (Hamaara Sansaar)(1945) Singer-Zohrabai Ambalewaali, Lyrics-Ramesh Gupta, MD-Pt Govindram

Lyrics

kaun jeewan mein mere samaaye jaa raha hai
kaun jeewan mein mere samaaye jaa raha hai
kaun man pe mere chhaaye jaa raha hai
kaun man pe mere chhaaye jaa raha hai
kaun jeewan mein mere samaaye jaa raha hai

kaun barkha ki kaali kaali raaton mein
kaun barkha ki kaali kaali raaton mein
banke saaya chal raha hai saanson mein
banke saaya chal raha hai saanson mein
kaun deepak bankar raah dikhla raha hai
kaun man pe mere chhaaye jaa raha hai
kaun jeewan mein mere samaaye jaa raha hai

koi saathhi na thha
koi meet na thhaa
koi saathhi na thha
koi meet na thhaa
mere sooni beena pe koi geet na thha
mere sooni beena pe koi geet na thha
kaun meethhe suron se ye gaaye jaaye jaa raha hai
kaun meethhe suron se ye gaaye jaaye jaa raha hai
kaun man ko mere lubhaaye jaa raha hai
kaun man ko mere lubhaaye jaa raha hai
kaun man pe mere chhaaye jaa raha hai
kaun jeewan mein mere samaaye jaa raha hai

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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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Atul Song-A-Day 10K Song Milestone Celebrations –40 (Post number 9995)
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Now we know that a chocolate cake happened. In Cochin. Peevesie’s Mom baked the cake to celebrate the 6th anniversary of the setting up of this blog by Atul ji. And she and her husband shared it amongst themselves. Ah well, I am sure it must have tasted good. It is high time now that digital technology should step up and allow for sending chocolate cakes over email. :) And of course, Atul ji is so busy wrapping up the 10K celebration posts and also doing a lot of travel simultaneously, that I am sure he has not yet seen my message of ‘where is the party?’.

However, full marks to him, and full support. The burden he carries and the effort and time he applies across all tasks for this blog, while managing a working life – kudos to him, and more strength and resolve to him.

As we are arriving at the target, I am trying to supplement some required posts with special numbers. I have been thinking about this for a couple of days. When this blog started, as has been described by Raja ji, it was driven by farmaishes that came from him and many other readers. Over the years, the farmaishes page is probably the heaviest page on the blog – it takes a long time to load; hmmm. . . maybe barring the list of songs by movie. And then this thought struck me. Here were at nine thousand nine hundred ninety something today, and for the past six years it has been Atul ji catering to the farmaishes of the large number of readers and followers. And I wondered. What would be Atul ji’s farmaish, if we asked him. And so I decided to do this special post, to be based on a farmaish from him.

He has again been back and forth in travel over the past two days. I sent him an email with my farmaish for his farmaish. He eventually responded after a couple of reminders (I am sure being back and forth in train most of the time, he was not able to timely access his emails). And so comes this song and this write up, specially on the farmaish of Atul ji. :)

Today, my mind goes back to March of 2012, when Atul ji wrote to me about his official visit to Delhi, and we had planned to meet. Maybe we both have written about our meeting in earlier posts. He had meetings till about 3.30 pm and I was then supposed to pick him up from the railway guest house he was staying at around 4 pm. I reached there. He said he would be waiting near the main gate of that place. I did not see anyone. So I called him. Actually he was there, but he was also sitting in a car, that had been made available to him for his visit. Soon as I called him and identified my car, he says he is sitting in the car just behind where I had parked. I immediately got down from the car and turned around. I saw a somewhat short person, lean and sprightly, wearing glasses and sporting a moustache, get out of the car behind me. I walked towards him, and really no introductions seemed necessary. Without even asking the question “Is that Atul ji?”, I simply walked over to him and hugged him. I am sure he must have been taken by surprise, because for a moment I could feel he did not know how to respond. :) :)

Anyway, our first exchange was simply my saying “Lets go in my car”. He leaned over the window of his car and instructed the drive to be off for the day, and then come the next day at the prescribed time. After that we drove home. In the few weeks prior to when Atul ji came to Delhi, I had had the good fortune of hosting Nalin ji Shah, and Harmandir at my home, and through them there had been many new introductions that happened for me. So as they say, my home and my mind was still abuzz with the prior visitors. And then sone-pe-suhaaga, Atul ji also came to visit in the same span of time. It was really great.

Atul ji is a sharp person. I am sure the readers are well aware of that. And I assure you, the ‘Atulisms’ in conversation are equally regaling. Otherwise a quiet person most of the time, he will be energized when we talk about the blog and Hindi film songs. For other discussions, he chooses not to take the lead unless requested, and will quietly sneak in one of his ‘Atulistic’ observations into the conversation in progress. Of course with the desired results :) :)

There is a lot more that would like to write. A lot of that has been put down in these columns before, and by so many contributors. People those who have met him and even people those who have not. Being in Delhi, I have the good fortune that Atul ji has a regular if not very frequent visit that he needs to make to the headquarters here. And that is always a wonderful opportunity to get together with him, which is always a pleasure.

And so, for a change, here is a song that is on farmaish from Atul ji. This song is from the 1945 film ‘Raagini’. The music is by Pt Amarnath. The songs of this film are penned by three poets – Mela Ram Wafaa, Naazim Panipati, and Zaheer Kashmiri. The specific lyricist for this song is however not identified. The film is production from the banner of Maheshwari Pictures, Punjab. So apparently this would have been produced in Lahore at that time. The cast of actors reads as follows – Smriti, Aruna, Najm, Pran, Gyani, Romesh, Bhaag Singh, Baij Sharma, Nazar, Mumtaz, Shahnaz, Roofi. Only the name of Pran is familiar from this list; I believe the others would be local to the Lahore film industry at that time.

This is a wonderful song, wonderfully composed by Pt Amarnath. The pace is rapid and the rendition has been handled very well by Zohrabai. On special request by our dear Atul ji. A very special song.

Listen and enjoy.


Song-Uthh soye huye husn tujhe ishq jagaaye (Raagini)(1945) Singer-Zohrabai ambalewaali, MD-Pt Amarnath

Lyrics

uth soye huye husn ae
ishq jagaaye
ishq jaga. .aye
dil kehta hai koi mujhe ae
deewaana banaaye
deewaana banaaye

main
hoon
aur tu hai
ik aalam e hu hai
main
aur
haar tu hai
ik aalam e hu hai
phir waqt ye taqdeer dikhaaye
naa dikhaaye
uthh soye huye husn tujhe ae
ishq jagaaye
ishq jaga. .aye
dil kehta hai koi mujhe
deewaana banaaye
deewaana banaaye

maasoom jawaani hai
aur neend ke saaye
aur neend ke saaye
maasoom jawaani hai
aur neend ke saaye
aur neend ke saaye
hadd tak koi
pehlu mein qayaamat ko chhupaaye
uthh soye huye husn tujhe ae
ishq jagaaye
ishq jaga. .aye
dil kehta hai koi mujhe
deewaana banaaye
deewaana banaaye

uthh jaag idhar aa
de dard zaraa saa aa
uthh jaag idhar aa
de dard zaraa saa
wo dard jo
din raat teri yaad dilaaye
uthh soye huye husn tujhe ae
ishq jagaaye
dil kehta hai koi mujhe
deewaana banaaye
deewaana banaaye

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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उठ सोये हुये हुस्न तुझे
इश्क़ जगाए
इश्क़ जगा॰ ॰ए
दिल कहता है कोई मुझे
दीवाना बनाए
दीवाना बनाए

मैं
हूँ
और तू है
इक आलम ए हू है
मैं
हूँ
और तू है
इक आलम ए हू है
फिर वक़्त ये तक़दीर दिखाये
ना दिखाये
उठ सोये हुये हुस्न तुझे
इश्क़ जगाए
इश्क़ जगा॰ ॰ए
दिल कहता है कोई मुझे
दीवाना बनाए
दीवाना बनाए

मासूम जवानी है
और नींद के साये
और नींद के साये
मासूम जवानी है
और नींद के साये
और नींद के साये
हद तक गयी
पहलू में कयामत को छुपाए
उठ सोये हुये हुस्न तुझे
इश्क़ जगाए
इश्क़ जगा॰ ॰ए
दिल कहता है कोई मुझे
दीवाना बनाए
दीवाना बनाए

उठ जाग इधर आ
दे दर्द ज़रा सा
उठ जाग इधर आ
दे दर्द ज़रा सा
वो दर्द
जो दिन रात तेरी याद दिलाये
उठ सोये हुये हुस्न तुझे
इश्क़ जगाए
इश्क़ जगा॰ ॰ए
दिल कहता है कोई मुझे
दीवाना बनाए
दीवाना बनाए


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Little is known about this old and obscure movie called “Panchhi” (1944). From the little information available about this movie online, it appears that the movie was directed by Barkat Mehra and that it had Ajmal, Manorama, Hari Shivdasani, Salma, Gulam Qadir, Radha etc in it.
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This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, 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.

THE JOY OF NFS (Song No. 2)
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When films started ‘ Talking’, the industry needed actresses who could look good and sing well. Already hard pressed to get girls from educated respectable families, the producers turned to professional singers (Tawayafs) or the Courtesans. These girls knew Hindi/Urdu well, were trained in singing and were experts in handling people. They could and actually did replace the Anglo Indian girls, who had been in the industry since the Silent era, but who found it difficult to talk or sing in Hindi/Urdu. There were some enterprising Anglo Indian girls like Sabita Devi or Irina Gasper, who learnt speaking Hindi and singing just to continue their careers successfully. Later on she made a Hit pair with Motilal in many films, starting with Shehar ka jaadu-1934.
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“Rangeen Zamaana” (1948) was produced and directed by M Bhavnani. The movie had Premnath, Monica Desai, Gope etc in it.
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“Sanyaasi” (1945) was produced and directed by A K Kardar. The movie had Ghulam Mohammad (actor- different from the music director), Shamim Bano, Amar, Shyam Kumar etc in it.
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Hindi movies began to have songs as soon as they began to talk. These songs could be classified under hundreds of genres and themes.
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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.

The song which I am presenting here is the one which was in my mind for quite some time for posting in this blog. But I was a bit hesitant as I felt that the song was very close to be called a bawdy song and was much more naughtier than say choli ke peechhe kya hai. But the song is so melodiously rendered by the singer that at last, I decided to present this rare song.
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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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“Naatak” (1947) was produced by AR Kardar and directed by S U Sunny under the banner of Kardar Productions. The movie had Suraiyaa, Amar, Sofia, Kanwar, Sham Kumar, Pratima Devi, Nazir Bedi, Amir Ali, Suleiman, Murtaza, Nazir Ahmed, Nawab etc. in it.
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