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“Black Cat”(1959) was directed by N A Ansari. The movie had Balraj Sahni, Minu Mumtaz, N A Ansari, Johnny Walker, Mumtaz Begum, Shammi, Hari Shivdasani, Tun Tun etc in it. From the comments of our readers in earlier songs of this movie, it is known that it was a chor police movie where Balraj Sahni is the police and he is in love with Minu Mumtaz. It turns out that Minu Mumtaz’s brother, N A Ansari is the boss of a smuggling gang. His gang is named after his pet- a black cat.

This movie has six songs in it according to HFGK. I found that the most well known song from this movie, viz. Main tumhi se poochhti hoon has three versions (and not two, as mentioned in HFGK). So that increases the song count of this movie from six to seven.

Six of the songs (including the above triple version song) has already been covered in the blog. Here is the seventh and final song from “Black Cat”(1959). This song is sung by Rafi. It is picturised as a office song where Johny Walker, obviously an office worker, breaks into this song and dance. He is joined in it by Shammi (the lady, and not the Kapoor lad of Yahoo fame) who periodically goes okay, okay in the song. They are joined by other office workers as well. I can identify Edwina among them. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify others as well.

Jaan Nisaar Akhtar is the lyricist. Music is composed by N Datta.

I have no idea who is the female voice who utters okay, okay periodically in the song. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify this voice.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Nitin Shah.

With this song, “Black Cat”(1959) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Kaun tujhe roke kaun tujhe toke (Black Cat)(1959) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Jaan Nisaar Akhtar, MD-N Datta
Unidentified female voice

Lyrics(Provided by Nitin Shah)

kaun tujhe roke
kaun tujhe toke
kaun tujhe roke
kaun tujhe toke
duniya ko diye ja aaaaa
dhokhe pe dhokhe
okay
kaun tujhe roke

waqt pade to saadhu ban ja
waqt pade to baabu
waqt pade to beech sadak per
dikhla sab ko jaadu
o kaali kalkatte waali
waar na jaaye khaali
aa
aa
aa
waqt pade to sadhu banja
waqt pade to baabu
waqt pade to beech sadak per
dikhla sabko jaadu
apna ullu seedha kar le
hanske chaahe roke
okay okay okay
kaun tujhe roke

duniya ko jo loot ke khaaye
duniya us’se raazi
jab tak tere damm me damm hai
karna tikdambaazi
padega danda khatta
rahega hatta katta
jaa
jaa
jaa
duniya ko jo lut ke khaaye
duniya us’se raazi
jab tak tere damm me damm hai
karna tikdambazi
chupke chupke phool chune ja
laakhon kaaten bo ke
okay okay okay
kaun tujhe roke

koi tere kaam na aaye
beti ho ya beta
jiske palle maal nahin hai
qismat ka wo heta
kya darr
kya sharam
hone de bas zeb garam
la
la
la
koi tere kaam na aaye
beti ho ya beta
jiske palle maal nahin hai
qismat ka wo heta
chhod paraai khatir
marna jee le apna hoke
okay okay okay
kaun tujhe roke
kaun tujhe toke
kaun tujhe roke
kaun tujhe toke
duniya ko diye ja aaaaaaa
dhokhe pe dhokhe
okay
hahaha
kaun tujhe roke


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.

Today’s song under discussion is “Bol bol bol bol My little dove” from the film Baap Bete-59. The music Director for this film is Madan Mohan.

MADAN MOHAN. An Unique composer. A thorough Gentleman. Lata Mangeshkar had called him “The King of Ghazal”. He created masterpieces in her voice, which set high standards in films. Madan Mohan, however,could never combine Class with Mass appeal unlike other composers like Naushad, S D Burman or Roshan or Shanker – Jaikishen.

During his initial struggling days in Bombay, he worked as an assistant to S D Burman and Shyamsunder for films made at Filmistan, where his father Rai Bahadur Chunilal was a Partner. He never took undue advantage of his father’s position and created his own space with hard work. His first film “Aankhen”(1950) was without a song of Lata- who became his Lead singer later, making some of his creations all-time greats. They made a great Team together.

Madan Mohan also used Rafi and Talat to great advantage. He was known to create songs as per the situations in the film. Madan Mohan considered C.Ramchandra as his Mentor and Idol. Although a Punjabi, Madan Mohan’s music rarely reflected the “Punjabi style” of O P Nayyar or other Punjabi composers. The Punjab school of music gave many everlasting melodies, but Madan Mohan was different. He truly was an ‘Artistic Aristocrat’. His music was of a different class altogether.

He gave music in 91 films + Veer Zaara in 2004, which was made with his tunes. His genius work, unfortunately did not have the backing of lady Luck. In spite of doing all the good work, he never won any Film fare award. He became more famous after he was gone.

Just one example is enough to show how good luck eluded him from the beginning. After working for 6 years in films,his first film to become a Hit was “Bhai Bhai”-56. It ran for 24 weeks and then there was a dispute between the producer and the Distributor. The result was- The film “Bhai Bhai” was removed from theatres in the 24th week and it missed the Silver Jubilee by a whisker !

He had to wait for another 8 more years for his next Silver Jubilee Hit “Woh kaun thhi “-64…14 years after he had made a beginning ! He was nominated for Filmfare awards many times, but did not get it even once. None of his songs, nor Male singers, nor Female singers nor even any Lyricist got any award for his film music.

Nevertheless Madan Mohan always gave his best in his assignments. He gave music to 2 Raj Kapoor films and 3 Dev Anand films, but no film of Dilip Kumar. And Dilip was his family friend ! Madan Mohan gave Playback in four films, Aankhen-50, Shabistan-51, Dhun-53 and Fifty-Fifty-56.

Lata Mangeshkar sang 210 songs for him in 68 films. Out of this 168 were solos. His total songs in 91 films were 684 songs. Madan Mohan planned his songs in the films in such a way that his Heroines got justice in the songs. In the film Bhai-Bhai-56, there were three Heroines. Madan Mohan gave one Hit song to each one. Nimmi got ‘kadar jaane naa’. Nirupa Roy sang ‘mera chhota sa dekho ye sansar hai’. and Shyama sang ‘aye dil mujhe bata de’.

Similarly, in the film ‘Dekh kabira roya’-57, there were three good songs for the three Heroines and what’s more all these songs came one after another in the film serially. Ameeta sang, ‘Meri veena tum bin roye’, Anita Guha got ,’ashkon se teri hum ne’, and Shubha Khote sang,’Tu pyar karen ya thukarayen’.

In the film Chandan-58, he did something different. One song, “ye khule khule se gesoo” was filmed on 3 different Heroines, but each Heroine got a different Antara tune in the same song. Thus Nutan, Shyama and Mala Sinha got equal weightage in the song picturisation.

While Madan Mohan was known as an original composer,at times, he showed that he too had feet of clay ! To my knowledge,there were at least 4 songs from Madan Mohan which were not his own tunes.

S No. Name of movie (year) Song Singer Copied from
1 Mem Sahib (1956) dil dil se milakar dekho Kishore Kumar Frank Sinatra’s “The isle of Capri”
2 Aakhri Daaon(1958) Tujhe kya sunaun mai dilruba Rafi Copied from Sajjad Hussain’s “ye hawa ye raat ye chandni” from film Sangdil-52
3 Pooja Ke Phool (1964) Meow meow meri sakhi Lata originally sung in Tamil by M S Rajeshwari (meow meow Punnakutti) in the film ‘Kumudam’-62.
Then its Telugu version was sung by S.Janaki( oho oho paurama) in the film ‘Manchi manusulu’-63.
4 Baap Bete (1959) Bol Bol my little love- the song under discussion Rafi blatant copy of the famous Paul Enka song “Diana”. This same tune was later copied by Usha Khanna too as “Kaun ye aaya mehfil mein” in the film “Dil deke Dekho”-59

This does not in anyway lowers the standing of Madan Mohan in HFM. All other composers too did something like this in their songs. Moreover the number of original songs of Madan Mohan far outnumber these inspirations. Madan Mohan is remembered for his superb Ghazals and sweet melodious Lata numbers. These compositions are enough to make his immortal in the annals of HFM history.


Song-Bol bol bol bol my little dove (Baap Bete)(1959) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Madan Mohan

Lyrics

aa haa
o ho

bol bol bol bol
my little dove
dil mera poochhta hai
whom do you love
mujhse jo pyar hai to then please tell
baajegi kis din wedding bell
please tell me Sheela
haaye

ghul mil ghul mil
ghul bhi ja
sharm na kar ab
khul bhi ja
ghul mil ghul mil
ghul bhi ja
sharm na kar ab
khul bhi ja
marzi jo hai teri
kehde haan
saaf saaf warna kehde na
aa aa
aa aa
aa
aa
aa
aa
bol bol bol bol
my little dove
dil mera poochhta hai
whom do you love
mujhse jo pyaar hai to then please tell
baajegi kis din wedding bell
please tell me Sheela
haaye

gumsum gumsum kyun khadi
soch hai tujhko kya padi
gumsum gumsum kyun khadi
soch hai tujhko kya padi
Laaya hoon ik dil le na le
munh se yes yaa no to de
o bol bol bol bol
my little dove
dil mera poochta hai whom do you love
mujhse jo pyaar hai to then please tell
baajegi kis din wedding bell
Please tell me Sheela
haaye

tujhko bhi mujh sa naujawaan
mil na sakega meharbaan
tujhko bhi mujh sa naujawaan
mil na sakega meharbaan
aur na koi mujhe phaans le ae
achcha hai tu hi chance le
lala
lala
lalalala
bol bol bol bol my little dove
dil mera poochhta hai whom do you love
Mujhse jo pyaar hai to tell please tell
Bajegi kis din wedding bell
Please please
ho please
tell me Sheela


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“Chandrasena”(1959) was directed by Babubhai Mistry for Basant Pictures. The movie had Mahipal, Girija, Paul Sharma, B.M.Vyas, Krishna Kumari etc in it.

Today (30 june 2015) is the 87th birth anniversary of Kalyanji Veerjee Shah(30 june 1928- 24 august 2000).
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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.

Comedians were given due importance in old time films in general and in the Golden Era in particular. This fact can be noticed in movies produced from late 40s to late 60s.

Good, quality comedians entered films and succeeded. Roles were created and written for them and songs were filmed on them. A variety of comedy was offered to the audience. Slapstick comedy, situational comedy, farce, physical comedy and comedy of events- all these were lapped up by the public. Comedians like Dikshit and Ghori, V.H.Desai, Gope, Yaqub, Noor Mohd. Charlie became indispensable parts of films being produced those days.
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“Saawan”(1959) was produced by Gulshan Behl and directed by Ramesh Tiwari for N C Films. The movie had Bharat Bhushan, Ameeta, Tuntun, Jeevan, Achala Sachdev, Leela Mishra, Tiwari(aka ramayan tiwari), Helen, Nishi, Majnu, Naaz, Kathana, Jagdish Kanwal etc in it.
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“Kangan” (1959) was a Uma shankar Productions movie. It was directed by Nanabhai Bhatt. The movie had Ashok Kumar, Nirupa Roy, Bhagwan, Manhar Desai, Purnima, Daisy Irani, Shammi, Tiwari etc in it.

Five songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Today (6 june 2016) is the 96th birth anniversary of Rajinder Krishan (6 june 1919-23 september 1987). Here is a song from “Kangan”(1959) on this occasion.
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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.

Songs to Tickle Your Memory – 20
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Just in his early twenties, he was already managing a music school in Lahore.  And HMV had already released a few records of non-film songs composed by him.  In 1944, he was twenty eight, when he headed to Bombay, with aspirations to be a music director in the film industry.

Remembering Hansraj Behl on the anniversary of his passing away (20th May).
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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.

MISSING GEMS FROM THE GOLDEN 50s….Song No. 16
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Moving from 1958, we come near the end of the decade with the year 1959. It was about 12 years since the upheaval in the film industry with the mass migration of film artistes from India to Pakistan, post Partition. Even after that some movements were still going on with late goers. Fortunately normalcy had returned to the industry by that time, much faster than was expected by the world watchers. Unlike Pakistan-who had to build a fresh new industry in their country- our infrastructure was intact, the base was wide and solid and vacancies were filled up promptly, by artistes waiting in the wings.
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Entertaining Sales Pitch Songs – 5
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It should be an interesting exercise – to identify and list out all the sales pitch songs, and then check which actors have performed them on screen. My intuition is that the exercise will indicate that most sales pitch songs, sung by male voices, have been performed on screen by either Johnny Walker or Mehmood.
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“Do Ustaad”(1959) was directed by Tara Harish for Sheikh Mukhtar Productions. The movie had Raj Kapoor, Madhubala, Sheikh Mukhtar, Sulochana, Daisy Irani, Uma Dutt, Master Dabboo, Bimla Kumari, Prem Sagar, Satish Vyas etc in it.
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