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In our film industry,there were 2 types of actors. One-who were lucky and did not have to struggle at all to become successful as a Hero and Two-those who had to struggle hard to be a hero and successful. We are NOT talking about actors like Raj Kapoor, Shammi or Shashi kapoor or R D Burman, for whom already there was a base made by their fathers in the industry facilitating their acceptance and opportunities. However there are examples like Mehmood -son of a successful actor Mumtaz Ali and some other star sons who had to struggle hard to create their own space in the industry.

From category one, there are actors who were good looking like Motilal,Bharat Bhooshan, Karan Dewan, Pradeep Kumar or Shekhar etc. But from this lot I would consider only Motilal and Shekhar as the lucky ones because they had no filmy background or any other connection, yet they bagged their Debut film as Hero ! That too opposite the Top Heroines of their times !!

The other three had their brothers producing films for them. Jaimini Dewan made films for Karan Dewan, Kalidas for Pradeep Kumar and Chandra for Bharat Bhushan. Actor Shekhar (Real name-Indriya Daman) had no such brother. Born on 8-10-1923, at Dehradoon, he did his schooling in Meerut and Graduation from Agra university. Then he worked as an Announcer in All India Radio, Delhi. He came to Bombay with a desire to act in films. He got Hero’s role in Devendra Goel’s first production,” Aankhen”-1950, opposite his own dreamgirl Nalini Jaywant. Composer Madan Mohan also made his debut with Aankhen-50. Inspite of 3 debutants,the film became a Hit. The 5′ 8” tal, fair and handsome actor became a star overnight.

Shekhar became very famous when he sang “Tujhe kya sunaun main dilruba” from film Aakhri daaon-58( melody made by Madan Mohan and inspired by Sajjad Husain’s ‘ye hawa ye raat ye chandni’ from the film Sangdil,in Talat’s voice). Shekhar was a very lucky person. In one of the interviews he gave in 1956, he himself has recounted incidents where his luck helped him. This interview can be read on Cineplot. After leaving films, Shekhar looked after his production and Distribution business, expanding it further. Shahid Latif was his close friend and when Shahid made his first film Darwaza-54, he gave the distribution rights for Delhi and U.P. of this film to his friend Shekhar. Thus started his business even while he was still acting. Shekhar acted in about 35 films.

In the film Darwaza-54,his Heroine was Shyama.It was her first film as a Heroine. Shyama (Real name Khursheed Akhtar) was born on 7-6-1935 at Lahore. Her family shifted to Bombay and her father started a business of fruits and vegetables in Byculla market in Bombay. He was very orthodox in nature. Shyama was very much interested in films. She learnt Kathak dance from Badriprashad. One day she and her family went to see a film shooting of Zeenat, in Shree sound studios. There the director Shaukat Hussain spotted her and asked her if she would do acting. She was ready. Keeping her father ignorant about her acting, she completed the famous Zeenat qawwaali shooting. When her father came to know about it, he was annoyed,but he was pacified by her siblings and mother. But he was an orthodox person and though she earned millions later on, he did not touch a single paisa of her earnings till he died !

From 1945 to 1952, Shyama did 34 films, mainly doing bit roles of sister. She was sister to Balraj Sahni, Motilal, Shyam and even younger sister to K L Saigal in the film Parwana-1947. During the shooting of Nayi maa, director Vijay Bhatt had given her the name Shyama, as already there was a singing star Khursheed in films. Her first film as a Heroine was Shrimati ji-1952 opposite Nasir Khan-Dilip kumar’s younger brother. He had just started his second innings in Indian films after an unsuccessful attempt in Lahore to make a Hero’s career there. He had to run away from Lahore overnight, with only clothes he was wearing, after goons were after him to kill him because of his affair with a married woman there.

Shrimatiji was a hit film and in one day she signed 18 films. In her 45 years’ career, she worked in 6 Punjabi and 168 Hindi films. She was the Heroine in 70 of these movies. She acted opposite almost all major actors like Balraj Sahani, Dev Anand, Raj kapoor, Shammi Kapoor, Ashok Kumar, Motilal, Bharat Bhushan, Shekhar,Johnny Walker etc. She did Vamp’s and negative roles as well. She also did a male role in Swarn Sundari. In Kaala Aadmi she did a double role. She had a love marriage with cinematographer Fali Mistry, a Paarsee, in 1953,when she was just 18 year old.

She invested her money wisely in construction business and today she lives a conented life with 2 sons and a daughter in a Luxurious flat in uptown Napian Sea Road,Mumbai.

Film Darwaza was also the Debut film for singer Suman Kalyanpur. The composer was Nashaad, who was bathing in the glory of his hit musical Naghma-53. The film cast was Shyama, Shekhar, Kumkum, Manju, Nazir Hussain, Neelam etc. There were 8 songs. Today’s song is the 3rd song to be posted here. The story of the film was-

Rashid( Shekhar), is a middle – class Muslim young man, just back from England after a long educational sojourn, whose father, MIRZA SAHEB (Nazir Hussain), finds himself as a poet but – being a poor indifferent versifier finds no appreciation least of all from his wife who is impervious to the beauties of her husband’s muse.

In the neighbourhood live a poor, pious old woman. SAIDANIBEE( Amir Bano) and her beautuful young daughter, ZUBEIDA ( Shyama) with whom Rashid used to play when they were children. On his return Rashid makes an effort to resume this thread of friendship and, seeing that Zubeida carries bare wrists, tries to present her with a set of glass bangles, but discovers to his horror and dismay that she may not wear them because She is a widow, having been married and widowed during Rashid’s absence. From the lonely, sequestered life she now leads, he gleans that society has slammed the door of life in her face and that she must for the rest of her life continue to go without the love affection, company and happiness which the enlightened Rashid considers every girl’s birth right.

Zubeida is practically a family member in Rashid’s house and helps his mother in her various domestic duties. She also ministers to Rashid’s personal needs. Rashid has a younger sister, Suraiya( Manju), whom her parents wish to give away in marriage to Jhumman(Altaf), a dissolute young man who acquiesces in the arrangement only because on it depends his inheriting the huge fortune of his mother. Rashid fights this match tooth and nail and makes an enemy of Jhumman who puts up the whole Mohalla against Rashid and Zubeida by spreading false, poisonous rumours. Normal life thus becomes impossible for the widow and her daughter and they are compelled to put an end to her life but a last-minute dash by Rashid knocks over the cup of poison she has prepared for herself and she is rescued out of a horrible fate. Rashid, mean while has succeeded in his right to save his sister from the clutches of Jhummna and has got her married secretly to a young, noble hearted but impecunious friend of his Ahmed (Jagdish kanwal). In desperation, Jhumman sets in motion a series for events whose ultimate effect, however, far from serving his ends, is ruinous to him and he finds himself in Police lock up, ushering in happy endings for all concerned.

Let us enjoy this duet from this film..


Song-Chaand wo nikla pyaara pyaara (Darwaaza)(1954) Singers-Sabita Bannerji, Suman Kalyanpur, Kamla, Lyrics-Viswamitra Adil, MD-Naashaad
Chorus

Lyrics

Ho
ho dekho dekho dekho dekho chaand wo nikla
chaand wo nikla
chaand wo nikla aa aa
chaand wo nikla pyaara pyaara
dhinak dhinak dhin dhin dhaara
oye dhinak dhinak dhin dhaara
dhinak dhinak dhin dhin dhaara
oye dhinak dhinak dhin dhaara
dhinak dhinak dhin dhin dhaara
oye dhinak dhinak dhin dhaara
chaand wo nikla pyaara pyaara
dhinak dhinak dhin dhin dhaara
oye dhinak dhinak dhin dhaara
dhinak dhinak dhin dhin dhaara
oye dhinak dhinak dhin dhaara

ho ho
jaage taraane
haan haan ji jaage taaraane
haan haan ji jaage taraane
Id manaalo
chhodo bahaane ae ae
chhodo bahaane
Id manaalo chhodo bahaane
Id manaalo chhodo bahaane

Hirani ban kar chaand se ??
armaanon ka dhaara
dhinak dhinak dhin dhin dhaara
oye dhinak dhinak dhin dhaara
dhinak dhinak dhin dhin dhaara
oye dhinak dhinak dhin dhaara
Chaand wo nikla pyaara pyaara
dhinak dhinak dhin dhin dhaara
oye dhinak dhinak dhin dhaara

ho ho
raat jawaan hai
ho ho
raat jawaan hai
Piya tu kahaan hai
raat jawaan hai
Piya kahaan hai
raat jawaan hai
Piya kahaan hai
nindiya chura ke nain mila ke
tere kisne mara
dhinak dhinak dhin dhin dhaara
oye dhinak dhinak dhin dhaara
dhinak dhinak dhin dhin dhaara
oye dhinak dhinak dhin dhaara
Chaand wo nikla pyaara pyaara
dhinak dhinak dhin dhin dhaara
oye dhinak dhinak dhin dhaara

O o o
o o o
thhandi hawaayen aag lagaayen
aag lagaayen
aashaaon mein aag lagaayen
aashaaon mein aag lagaayen
aankh jo phadke
dil mera dhadke
kisne kiya ishaara
dhinak dhinak dhin dhin dhaara
oye dhinak dhinak dhin dhaara
dhinak dhinak dhin dhin dhaara
oye dhinak dhinak dhin dhaara
Chaand wo nikla pyaara pyaara
dhinak dhinak dhin dhin dhaara
oye dhinak dhinak dhin dhaara

ho o o
o o o
dhaara
dhalke chunariya ho o
dhalke chunariya ho o
ho o
dhalke chunariya
chhalke najariya ho
dhalke chunariya chhalke najariya
dhalke chunariya ho o
soone man mein pyaase tan mine baaje hai do taara
dhinak dhinak dhin dhin dhaara
oye dhinak dhinak dhin dhaara
dhinak dhinak dhin dhin dhaara
oye dhinak dhinak dhin dhaara
Chaand wo nikla pyaara pyaara
dhinak dhinak dhin dhin dhaara
oye dhinak dhinak dhin dhaara

ho o o o o
dhinak dhinak dhin dhaara
dhinak dhinak dhin dhin dhaara
oye dhinak dhinak dhin dhaara
dhinak dhinak dhin dhin dhaara
oye dhinak dhinak dhin dhaara
dhinak dhinak dhin dhin dhaara
oye dhinak dhinak dhin dhaara
dhinak dhinak dhin dhin dhaara
(aa aa aa aa aa)
oye dhinak dhinak dhin dhaara (aa aa aa aa aa)
Dhinak dhinak dhin dhin dhaara (aa aa aa aa aa)
Dhinak dhinak dhin dhin
dhagi naaki naaki dhin
Dhinak dhinak dhin dhin
dhagi naaki naaki dhin
Dhinak dhinak dhin dhin
dhagi naaki naaki dhin
dhagi naaki naaki dhin
dhagi naaki naaki dhin
dhagi naaki naaki dhin
dhaa

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This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, 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 best period of HFM’s melody was the 50s. Countless sweet melodies were brought out by talented composers. The whole atmosphere in India that time was highly conducive to the growth and spread of Indian film industry. newer markets were being added for overseas exhibition,thus making the actors and singers earn more.

Pehli Tarikh-1954 was a film always remembered by everyone for its most popular Kishore song,” Khush hai zamana aaj Pehli tarikh hai”. Radio Ceylon first broadcast this song on 1st October 1954 and then continued playing it-without a break-till 1st April 2008, when Radio Ceylon (SLBC by then) abruptly discontinued its Hindi commercial service.( later on it restarted-but woh maza nahin..)

Senior readers will surely remember the “RADIO DAYS ” of Radio Ceylon. For millions in this country, Radio Ceylon was not just a broadcasting station. It had a form and a personality. It was a companion who added a meaning to their lives, filled with vacant hours and has now left them with a host of memories.

Radio Ceylon Hindi service started before 1950. Hamid Sayani, elder brother of Amin Sayani was involved in Radio Ceylon in early days and Binaca Geetmala started from 1952. The announcers of radio Ceylon like Kamini and Vijaya sisters, Vijay Kishore Dubey, Gopal Sharma, Shiv Kumar Saroj, Sunil Dutt, Manohar Mahajan etc were household names. So were towns like Jhumri Talaiyya, Nanded and few others. Radio clubs cropped up everywhere. Radio Ceylon got the real boost when HFM stopped playing on A.I.R. in 1952.

It is popularly believed that the then Minister for info and broadcasting, V.B.Keskar was against film music, calling it Vulgar and that it was he who banned it on A.I.R.

But it is NOT TRUE !

It is true that Keskar was a Purist and disliked Hybrid Music (i.e. HFM ),but he did not ban it.

What actually had happened was that A.I.R. announced its revised policy in July 1952 which said,

1) Broadcast time for Hindi film songs will be reduced and

2)Dropping the custom of announcing the name of the Film of the song.

IMPPA or The Indian motion Picture producers’ Association was enraged at this loss of free advertisement opportunity for their films and the producers, in their capacity as Copyright owners, took away the A.I.R.’s licences for broadcasting film songs. Thus film songs disappeared from A.I.R.,replaced by sugam sangeet and classical music.
(Ref. ‘ Mourning the nation: Indian cinema in the wake of the Partition” by Bhaskar Sarkar,pp 57 ).

So, the truth is Keskar did not ban HFM, it was the producers’ association which withdrew licences to AIR, thus forcing them to stop HFM. We had a very interesting discussion on RMIM forum today on this issue. Dr.Surjit singh ji , like a magician, produced several old documents which proved that keskar was NOT the villain, but popularly he was held responsible by one and all. Radio Ceylon took the advantage of the situation and grew very fast starting programmes like Binaca geetmala and Lipton ke Sitare. They did yeoman service to popularise HFM in south east Asia.

Radio Ceylon’s transmitters were powerful and Boosters were installed in India. The famous Mountaineer Edmond Hillary wrote, ” Soon after Conquering the Everest, we turned on our Transmitter Radio and the First thing we heard was an Overseas broadcast of Radio Ceylon Hindi service-from more than 3000 miles away ! “

Anyway, talking about the perennially popular song of Pehli Tarikh-54 played on every 1st of the month for over 50 years, some other gems from the same film are totally forgotten. Today we will hear another sweet song from this film, sung by Lalita Deulkar-wife of Sudhir Phadke,composer of this film.

LALITA was born in Bombay in 1924. She was not interested in acting or singing, but poor family conditions and father’s T.B ,forced her to earn a living by singing and acting. During 1940-45, she recorded many songs. One Mr. Dulerai Pandya, a Gujarati,owned ” The National Recording Co.Ltd.” in Bombay’s Fort area. There was a Tricolour shown on the labels of the records, hence this company was known as Jhandewali record co. V.Shantaram was also on its Board of Directors. Initially Prabhat and later Rajkamal film songs were issued on this Jhanda Chhap records only. The company had hired Datta Davjekar for Marathi and Avinash Vyas and Lallubhai Bhojak for Hindi and Gujarati songs. She recorded many Darya songs and Bhavgeets in this company. Along with her Gajanan Watwe, Jyotsna Bhole also recorded songs here. Some records named her as Lalita Devi. Once Saraswati Devi heard her and gave her chance to do small roles and sing in chorus of songs of Bombay Talkies films. Her Debut was made with the song “Aankhowale tu dekh ke chal” from film “Parbat pe apna dera”‘-44. it was a duet with Parshuram,under the baton of Vasant Desai.

After singing songs in Valmiki-46 and Eight Days-46, she got a good break in film Saajan-1947. Her duet with Rafi, ” Humko tumhara hi aasra” is remembered even today. Film Nadiya ke paar-48 also had a duet with Rafi,” More raja ho, le chal nadiya ke paar” which was very popular. C.Ramchandra was MD for both these films. She sang in several other films like Bhakta Dhruv, Khidki, Jalan, Shaheed, Shakti, Vidya, Bedard, Daulat, Girls school, Jai Bheem, Roshni, Sanwariya, Shabnam, Apni Chhaya, Malti Madhav, Pahli Tarikh,Sajni etc.

She got married to Composer Sudhir Phadke (25-7-1919 to 29-7-2002),on 29-5-1949 at Poona. Their common friend Mohd. Rafi sang a specially prepared and meticulously rehearsed ” Mangalashtak ” ( an eight stanza marriage song in Marathi),in their marriage. After marriage she sang only in films of Sudhir Phadke. After Sajni-56, she stopped singing completely and became a devoted housewife. She died on 25-5-2010. Their son Shridahar Phadke is a well known Marathi singer and composer.

let us now enjoy her song from film Pehli Tarikh-1954. This song takes a fun look at the budget of a household if the lady of the house had her way. Qamar Jalalabadi, who also wrote lyrics of “Khush hai zamaana aaj pahli taarikh hai” comes up with equally funny lyrics in this song.


Song-Hisaab zara sunte jaana ji (Pehli Taareekh)(1954) Singer-Lalita Deulkar, Lyrics-Qamar Jalalbadi, MD-Sudhir Phadke

Lyrics

hisaab zara sunte jaana ji
hisaab zara sunte jaana ji
hisaab zara sunte jaana ji
hisaab zara sunte jaana
ji ji ji ji ji ji ji ji

pehli taareekh ko laaye balam tum
ek sau bees rupayye
ek hi din bas saath raha
kuchh bhi raha nahin palle
raha nahin palle
luta ik pal mein khazaana ji
luta ik pal mein khazaana ji
hisaab zara sunte jaana ji
hisaab zara sunte jaana
ji ji ji ji ji ji ji ji

paanch rupayye ka powder laayi
ek rupayye ki bindiya
teen rupayye ki honthon ki surkhi
aathh rupayye ki chunariya
chunariya
chunariya
kaajal ka solah aana ji
kaajal ka solah aana ji
hisaab zara sunte jaana ji
hisaab zara sunte jaana
ji ji ji ji ji ji ji ji

bees ki saadi
saath rupayye mein laayi apna suit
laayi apna suit
chaudah rupayye ke sandal laayi
liya zaalim ne loot
zaalim ne loot
bada mehanga hai zamaana ji
bada mehanga hai zamaana ji
hisaab zara sunte jaana ji
hisaab zara sunte jaana
ji ji ji ji ji ji ji ji

raste mein ik mili saheli
hotel huyi rawaana
piya tumhaari shaan ki khaatir
usey khilaaya khaana
khilaaya khaana
reh gaya aadha aana ji
reh gaya aadha aana ji
hisaab zara sunte jaana ji
hisaab zara sunte jaana
ji ji ji ji ji ji ji ji

powder surkhi bindiya saadi
inka zimma mera
ration
kapda
doodh
kiraaya
inka zimma tera
dekho ji kahin bhool na jaana ji
dekho ji kahin bhool na jaana ji
hisaab zara sunte jaana ji
hisaab zara sunte jaana
ji ji ji ji ji ji ji ji


This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, 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.

In the mid 50s,there were several religious movies and hundreds of melodious Bhajans in them. Those readers who were grown up enough to enjoy Radio in that period will recall several bhajans from that era which had become commonplace in most household. Today we will enjoy one such bhajan from the film Tulsidas-1954.
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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 –41 (Post number 9996)
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When Atul ji added this blog on facebook, a small change happened to the blog page too. In the right hand column, there appeared a matrix of 15 tiny portraits, representing some of the newer persons who are following the blog on the facebook. This is a good place to see some old friends and even sometimes new and familiar faces. And yes, occasionally I have espied even celebrity names as I run my mouse over these images.
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Atul Song-A-Day 10K Song Milestone Celebrations – 13
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When this blog began in 2008, there were very few visitors and hardly any comments. Everyone needs encouragement, and a blog like this was in sore need of visitors.
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“Ramman” (1954) was a Metropolitan Films Production. It was produced by Gemini Dewan and directed by Hiren Bose. The movie had Karan Dewan, Meena Shorey, Cuckoo, Om Prakash, Purnima, Majnu, Gulab, Randhir, V. Panchotia etc in it.
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“Laadla” (1954) was directed by Suryakumar for Verma Films. The movie had Karan Dewan, Shyama, Agha, Raj Mehra, Krishna Kumari etc in it.
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“Ramman” (1954) was a Metropolitan Films Production. It was produced by Gemini Dewan and directed by Hiren Bose. The movie had Karan Dewan, Meena Shorey, Cuckoo, Om Prakash, Purnima, Majnu, Gulab, Randhir, V. Panchotia etc in it.
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This is the 300th article in the blog 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.

BHAJAN MALA – GOLDEN 50s…(Pushp-12….Last of the series)
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So, we are ending this Bhajan series today with the most appropriate and suitable Bhajan for the occasion, from the film- Mahapooja-54. The bhajan is sung by Amirbai Karnataki and Tara Harish-both in their last phase of the career. This is a Bhajan-almost an Aarati, but not exactly-in praise of Shri Satyanarayan Swami.
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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.

BHAJAN MALA – GOLDEN 50s….(Pushp – 11th)
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Today’s bhajan is from film Chakradhari-54. This film had become quite popular in the mid 50s due to its melodious bhajans. There were 13 songs in the film and 9 are already posted here. Today’s bhajan is the 10th.
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