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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.

A voice that knew no boundaries, knows no boundaries. A voice that spans the entire spectrum of octave range that the music directors dream of. A voice that displays limitless possibilities of emotions and colors. A voice that is alive and true to the very essence of the on screen scenario every moment. A voice such as his can only be explained in terms of a Divine intervention. The voice that is the voice of every performer he sang for. The voice that is Mohammed Rafi – matchless and inimitable.

Remembering Rafi Sb on the anniversary of his passing away today -31st July.

When the young man from Punjab, whose voice was fascinating music directors, came to Bombay, he did have his initial foray into the world of on screen appearances. Brief cameos happened in films ‘Laila Majnu’ (1945) and then in ‘Jugnu’ and ‘Samaaj Ko Badal Daalo’, both in 1947. But when the songs of ‘Jugnu’ and ‘Shaheed’ (1948) and ‘Mela’ (1948) hit the screens, and gained popularity, it was a judicious choice that Rafi Sb made, to continue in the industry as a singer. Judicious I say, because the other examples we see in the industry; artists with singing as their core strength, continued to try their hand at being leading men on screen, did not quite fare so well in their careers as singing stars.

In 1946, Rafi, relatively a novice in the industry as yet, got the famous and fortunate opportunity to sing along with Saigal Sb in the song “Roohi Roohi Roohi Mere Sapnon Ki Rani” in the film ‘Shahjehan’. However, this was not the first time he had met the great singer. His first meeting with Saigal Sb was actually about a decade earlier. He was all of just 12 or 13 years of age then. Since childhood, he was known to be an excellent singer in his family. Sometimes when he used to accompany his elder brother Hamid, to their family shop, he would sit there and sing, much to the delight of the customers and passersby. Hamid was well aware of the talent his younger brother displayed. He would encourage him and made many efforts to get him trained under renowned masters – names like Bade Ghulam Ali Khan, Feroze Nizami (then associated with the All India Radio station at Delhi), and Jeevan Lal Matoo. Whenever there used to be any music program of renowned artists arranged in Lahore and nearby towns, Hamid Bhai would take his younger brother along to listen and learn.

A musical evening was organized in Lahore. The main attraction of the program was Saigal Sb. The crowds had gathered in advance – it was not a program in a hall, but arranged in an open ground. Just a little while before Saigal Sb was to arrive, the sound system arranged for the program, broke down. The crowds got restive when they realized that the loudspeakers were not working. And the organizers, including Hamid Bhai, were at their wits ends on how to manage the ire of the audience. The loudspeaker system would take at least half hour to repair. In the midst of all the clamor of the audience and the confusion back stage, Hamid Bhai got Rafi on stage, and simply asked him to sing. The sight of this sprightly barely-teenager at first seemed to add fire to the irate crowd. But when his voice came down slicing through the din, it captured the attention of every set of ears on the ground that evening, and the din slowly subsided. People slowly fell silent as they were caught unaware by this engaging voice of a child barely in his teens, singing to a crowd in an open ground, sans any mike and loudspeakers. By the time the sound systems was repaired and it was time for the regular program to start, Saigal Sb had already arrived, and had listened to the singing of young Rafi. After the program, he specially called for the child, hugged him, and gave him his blessings – to be a great singer when he grows up. The magic of that evening and the blessings of the great one, himself gifted with Divine endowment was to ring in true in the life of this gifted child.

The song I present today is a gem of melancholia, one of the many genres that Rafi Sb has rendered with impeccable involvement. The film is ‘Namaste ji’ from 1965. The lyrics for this peerless creation are by Anand Bakshi, and the music composition is by GS Kohli. And the voice – that is a wonder unto itself, and an everlasting succor for the listeners.

Listen and enjoy.


Song-Hamen kya jo har su ujaale huye hain (Namaste Ji)(1965) singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-G S Kohli

Lyrics

hamen kya jo har su
hamen kya jo har su
ujaale huye hain aen
hamen kya jo har su
ujaale huye hain aen
ke hum to andheron ke
paale huye hain aen
ke hum to andheron ke
hamen kya jo har su
ujaale huye hain aen
ke hum to andheron ke
paale huye hain aen
ke hum to andheron ke

bahaaron ne jaane
kahaan phool baante
hamaare chaman mein
khile sirf kaante
hamaare chaman mein
khile sirf kaante ae
ye insaaf bhi kya
niraale huye hain aen
ke hum to andheron ke
paale huye hain aen
ke hum to andheron ke

kisi aur ka dil
jo yoon toot jaata
to shaayad khuda se bhi
wo roothh jaata
to shaayad khuda se bhi
wo roothh jaata
hamin hain jo ye gham
sambhaale huye hain aen
ke hum to andheron ke
paale huye hain aen
ke hum to andheron ke

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हमें क्या जो हर सु
हमें क्या जो हर सु
उजाले हुये हैं
हमें क्या जो हर सु
उजाले हुये हैं
के हम तो अँधेरों के
पाले हुये हैं
के हम तो अँधेरों के
हमें क्या जो हर सु
उजाले हुये हैं
के हम तो अँधेरों के
पाले हुये हैं
के हम तो अँधेरों के

बहारों ने जाने कहाँ फूल बांटे
हमारे चमन में
खिले सिर्फ कांटे
हमारे चमन में
खिले सिर्फ कांटे
ये इंसाफ भी क्या
निराले हुये हैं
के हम तो अँधेरों के
पाले हुये हैं
के हम तो अँधेरों के

किसी और का दिल
जो यूं टूट जाता
तो शायद खुदा से भी
वो रूठ जाता
तो शायद खुदा से भी
वो रूठ जाता
हमीं हैं जो ये ग़म
संभाले हुये हैं
के हम तो अँधेरों के
पाले हुये हैं
के हम तो अँधेरों के

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This article is written by Raja, 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.

Amongst various phases that we go through in life, childhood, though the earliest of our conscious phases, usually manages to imprint some memories in our brain that seem to be indelible right through our life. We might forget what we had for lunch earlier today but we remember a seemingly inconsequential event that occurred when we were ten!

For many people, these childhood memories include films and music that they were exposed to at that time. Years later, they recall (usually) fondly these films and this music – often associating them with childhood events. Success or otherwise of these films or music is immaterial – what matters is that they were part of the person’s growing up years.

For me, those years would be, say, from 1969 – 1981.

In 1981, things changed in my life – and probably changed me too a bit. I remember Love Story, Rocky and Ek Duuje Ke Liye being released in 1981. All of these films turned out to be huge hits – and their songs were a rage on radio every day. I listened to them – but could not muster any interest in the films themselves. A bunch of new actors for the Hindi film industry – all heavily promoted – and here I was, totally indifferent. Yes, for me, personally, 1981 marked the end of an era.

The start of the era was probably 1969. I have a few memories of pre-1969 but they are rather hazy , so I will not set the marker for before this year. I do remember 1969 though – Aradhana’s popularity is a clear memory though at that time I did not know it was 1969. Another clear memory is the death of President Zakir Hussain and it being declared a school holiday. Later I realized it was 1969.

I remember seeing an issue of Madhuri magazine in 1970. In our family we did not subscribe to film magazines but our neighbour did. I happened to be at their place and chanced on the magazine. The main story was about the top three heroines of the time, with their pictures.

They were Sharmila Tagore, Asha Parekh and Waheeda Rehman.

I remember this as if it were yesterday.

Of course these were the big names at that particular moment, especially after Aradhana and Kati Patang for Sharmila and Asha respectively. I’d guess Waheeda would have in the top 3 for much of the 60s, and even in 1970, she produced an outstanding performance in Khamoshi.

But I reckon, if a similar top-3 had been produced 2-3 years later, a different name might have made it to the list.

Mumtaz.

Today is Mumtaz’s birthday (or birth anniversary as some prefer to refer to the day).

So this post is dedicated to her, as we, in this blog, wish her a very happy birthday.

Personally, I’d like to thank Mumtaz (or Mumu as she is fondly called by her fans) for many of my fond childhood film memories.

“Dekho dekho dekho, bioscope dekho…Dilli ka Qutub Minar dekho, Bambai sheher ki bahaar dekho, ye Agre ka hai Taj Mahal, ghar baithe saara sansaar dekho”.

This was Mumu in Dushman (1971). Even as she was singing this song on screen (Lata’s playback), a little boy was enthralled. That was me. ? This song got stuck in my head.

“Sun champa sun taara, koi jeeta koi haara”.

Mumu in Apna Desh (1972). Another song that enthralled me at the time and got stuck in my head.

During that period (1970-1975), I saw a number of Mumtaz movies. She was at the top of her career at the time and was extremely popular amongst the masses.
It is well-known that she and Rajesh Khanna enjoyed a terrific chemistry on screen. Many of their films became hits, many of them had songs featuring both of them, which are popular to this day. Songs like “chhup gaye saare nazaare” and “ye reshmi zulfein” (Do Raaste), “yunh hi tum mujh se baat karti ho” (Sacha Jhootha), “maine dekha tune dekha…dushman dushman jo doston se pyara hai” (Dushman), “kajra lagaa ke” and “duniya mein logon ko” (Apna Desh), “gore rang pe na itna gumaan kar” (Roti), “karvatein badalte rahen” and “jai jai Shiv Shankar” (Aap Ki Kasam) and “prem kahani mein” (Prem Kahani).

I saw all these movies during that 1970-75 period. And loved the Rajesh-Mumu pairing. But apart from these films, I also saw other Mumu films like Pardesi, Ek Nari Ek Brahmachari, Apradh, Hare Rama Hare Krishna, Tere Mere Sapne, Tangewala, Mela, Loafer and many more.

Yes, during that period, with the possible exception of Hema Malini, I don’t think I saw as many movies of any heroine as I saw of Mumtaz.

So to me, just like Rajesh Khanna was very much part of my early growing up years, so was Mumtaz.

Only later I got to know that it had not always been like this for Mumtaz.

I’d first known her when she’d already stepped into the big league. But well before that, she’d had many years of working her way up the ladder. She started when very young – for example, she can be seen in the famous “pankh hoti to ud aati re” sequence (Sehra-1963). Already by this time, she’d been acting for a few years. And this, for somebody, born in 1947.

Through the 1960s, Mumtaz worked as a heroine in B-movies (notably with Dara Singh, who was one of her favourite co-stars at the time and encouraged her a lot during that period).

When she wasn’t playing B-movie heroine, she was playing the secondary actress role in A movies – often wanting the hero, but not getting him, as in Aadmi Aur Insaan and Patthar Ke Sanam. Through the sixties, she could be seen in well-known films but not as the main heroine – films like Khandan, Sawan Ki Ghata, Humraaz, Brahmachari and Mere Sanam come to mind.

With V. Shantaram’s Boond Jo Ban Gaye Moti (1967) opposite Jeetendra and Ram Aur Shyam (1967) opposite Dilip Kumar, she made the transition to a different league – that of a lead actress in a non-B film.

Ram Aur Shyam (1967) became a huge hit. It had Dilip Kumar in a double role – one was paired opposite Waheeda Rehman, the other opposite Mumtaz. And though Waheeda Rehman had more screen time, Mumtaz had her moments too, with the popular “o baalam tere pyar ki thandi aag mein jalte jalte” picturised on her and Dilip Kumar.

From then on, things began looking up for her. Do Raaste (1969) was again a big hit. And for Khilona (1970) she even won a Filmfare award. After that, the lead roles began coming her way fairly comfortably. Once you are seen as a saleable star, producers line up at your doorstep.

So it was indeed quite a journey for Mumtaz. From being a starlet to becoming a star. It is to her credit that she persevered all the way. Some people (like Rajesh Khanna) achieve stardom very early in their careers – others have to work for years for it.

Mumtaz enjoyed her stardom years in the early 70s. But then, just when she was still very much on top, she got married and left the film industry in the mid-70s. She wrapped up her remaining assignments and settled abroad with her businessman husband. It was a Hindi film industry version of a Bjorn Borg retirement. ?

Anyway, now onto today’s song.

The song for today is from Khandan (1965).

The film was one of the biggest grossers of the year and its music became very popular. Ravi won a Filmfare Award for it, as did Sunil Dutt for his acting. While the heroine is Nutan, Mumtaz stars in the film as second lead opposite Sudesh Kumar, who plays Sunil Dutt’s brother.

The role Mumtaz plays is actually a negative one, where she and her brother, Pran, try to win over Sudesh Kumar and break his family, with the help of Lalita Pawar, who is the matriarch of the family.

It is a fun song that allows us to see Mumtaz dancing in her typical 1960s “western” style, reminiscent of her in “O meri maina” from Pyar Kiye Jaa. That Sudesh Kumar doesn’t seem to quite match up to Mumtaz in the dance, doesn’t detract from the fun of the song.

I hope you enjoy this song too – ao dance karein.
And once again, we wish Mumtaz a very happy birthday.


Song-Aa dance karein (Khaandaan)(1965) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Rafi, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Ravi
Both

Lyrics

Aa dance karein
aa dance karein
thhoda romance karein
nazar nazar mein hua hai sauda
tere mere dil ka
O aa dance karein
thhoda romance karein
nazar nazar mein hua hai sauda
tere mere dil ka

aa aa
aa dance karein

pheeki hai zindagaani
dum bhar mein ho suhaani
thhodi si meherbaani
kar do honey
pheeki hai zindagani
dum bhar mein ho suhaani
thhodi si meherbaani
kar do honey
raahi hoon door ka main
banda huzoor ka main
zulfon ki chaahta hoon
chhaaon ghani

dil hai mera bhi
O sanam tera pyaasa
a haa ha ha
aa dance karein
aa dance karein
thhoda romance karein
nazar nazar mein hua hai sauda
tere mere dil ka

haaye
aa dance karein
La la la
La la la
La la la la la la la laa

mausam hai aashiqui ka
masti ka bekhudi ka
phir kyun na zindagi ka
aaye mazaa
mausam hai aashiqui ka
masti ka bekhudi ka
phir kyun na zindagi ka
aaye mazaa

thhukra ke ye zamaana
kar le kahin thhikaana
apna to hai iraada
tera hai kya
dil hai mera bhi
O sanam tera pyaasa

haa
aa dance karein
thhoda romance karein
nazar nazar mein hua hai sauda
tere mere dil ka

aaa
aa dance karein


This article is written by Satyajit Rajurkar, 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.

Two songs from this movie “Tu Hi Meri Zindagi” (1965) have already been discussed in this blog. I would like to present two of my most favourite songs of this movie. The first one is presented here, and am sure the other one (Maayus Na Ho Aye Mere Watan) will be posted in the near future.

“Tu Hi Meri Zindagi” (1965) was produced under the Filmalaya banner by Sashdhar Mukharjee, and directed by his eldest son Rono Mukherjee, who also composed music for this movie.

The movie starred Deb Mukherjee (Rocky), Nivedita (Maria), Salome, Darshan, Lata Sinha, Chhaya Devi, Amar, Gajanan Jagirdar, Paul Sharma, Shetty, Heera Sawant, Uma Khosla, Pradeep Gupta, Sudarshan, Devraj, Jaffar, Raj Bakshi, Mohan Sharma, Master Akhtar, Rummy, Tingo, Shyam Chatterji, etc.,

I have checked the first two posts and it does not provide any story info. So here goes (as per IMDB).

FREEDOM IS MY BIRTH RIGHT shouted one of the glorious sons of the motherland and he would not rest until he cut all the shackles of bondage.
This was the spirit which inspired our hero who belonged to the masses. Rocky, the last unsung patriot in the Gomes family which was well known for its tradition of having sacrificed everything for the cause of liberation of Goa, was unlike his ancestors because his grandmother, the only survivor of the family had very cautiously kept away Rocky from the influence of politics and revolutionary movement. But he was born to be the liberator of Goa and all circumstances worked up to provide him a field so that he could become immortal.
The happy go lucky Rocky turned into a maniac when his love was frustrated with the death of his beloved Maria who fell a victim to Portuguese atrocities. Rocky avenged her death by killing Portuguese tyrants. Then by force of circumstances, Rocky was dragged into the revolutionary movement and he identified himself with the ideal of his country’s freedom. Thus he found an opportunity and an altar to pour out all his suppressed attachment and love for his country providing his people a life of honour and grace.
His sacrifices kindled a fire of freedom in each hear which was enough to burn down the malicious designs of those who do not honour the people right to be free to govern themselves.

This is a bar song and Asha Bhosle’s voice is lip synced by Salome, AKA Salome Roy Kapur nee Aaron, Miss India 1972 (Eve’s Weekly) who did modelling, acted in this film, before becoming a film choreographer, known for choreographing the song, “Main Shaayar Toh Nahin” in Bobby (1973). She married a Punjabi businessman and bore him three sons – Siddharth Roy Kapur (who recently married noted Bollywood actress Vidya Balan), Kunaal Roy Kapur and Aditya Roy Kapur.

Her father-in-law was Raghupat Roy Kapur, who acquired the pseudonym G Rakesh and produced by his first film, Shahenshah Akbar (1943), with K.N. Singh as the lead. Soon his wife and children joined him and he went on to produce films like Zanjeer (1947), and even directed films like Lekh (1949), with Motilal and Suraiya and Banwra (1950) with Raj Kapoor and Nimmi. Salome’s parents, Sam and Ruby Aaron were qualified dance teachers, who introduced the Sama dance form to India, and also taught actor Bhagwan for film Albela (1951).

This song, a duet by Asha Bhosle and Mohd. Rafi is penned by Raja Mehndi Ali Khan and as mentioned above, composed by Ronodeb Mukherjee.


Song-Jidhar bhi main dekhoon udhar tu hi tu hai (Tu Hi Meri Zindagi)(1965) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Rafi, Lyrics-Raja Mehdi Ali Khan, MD-Ronodeb Mukherji
Both

Lyrics

Jidhar bhi main dekhoon
udhar tu hi tu hai ae
udhar tu hi tu hai ae ae
jidhar bhi main dekhoon
udhar tu hi tu hai ae ae
udhar tu hi tu hai
ye meri kahaani
meri zindgani
meri kahaani meri zindgaani
teri aarzoo hai ae ae
jidhar bhi main dekhoon
udhar tu hi tu hai ae ae
udhar tu hi tu hai

mohabbat pe aayi ye kaisi tabaahi ee
kaisi tabaahi ee ee
mohabbat pe aayi ye kaisi tabaahi ee
kaisi tabaahi
qayaamat se pehle qayaamat ye aayi
qayaamat se pehle qayaamat ye aayi
qayaamat se pehle qayaamat ye aayi
jo tujhko pukaare
wo kiska lahoo hai ae ae
kiska lahoo hai
ye meri kahaani
meri zindgani
meri kahaani meri zindgani
teri aarzoo hai ae ae
jidhar bhi main dekhoon
udhar tu hi tu hai
udhar tu hi tu hai

Maria Maria aa
Maariyaa

mohabbat ka dushman zamaana hua hai ae
zamaana hua hai ae
mohabbat ka dushman
zamaana hua hai
zamaana hua hai
koi aaj hampe deewaana hua hai
koi aaj hampe deewana hua hai
koi aaj hampe deewaana hua hai
deewaane ko hardum
teri justzu hai
teri justzu hai
ye meri kahaani
meri zindgaani
ye meri kahaani meri zindgani
teri aarzu hai ae ae
jidhar bhi mai dekhoon
udhar tu hi tu hai ae ae
udhar tu hi tu hai

ye kisne mohabbat ka
khoon kar diya hai
khoon kar diya hai ae
ye kisne mohabbat ka
khoon kar diya hai
khoon kar diya hai
zameen ro rahi
aasmaan ro raha hai
zameen ro rahi
aasmaan ro raha hai
zameen ro rahi
aasmaan ro raha hai
ye kis begunaah ki luti aabroo hai ae
Luti aabroo hai
ye meri kahaani meri zindgaani
meri kahaani meri zindgaani
teri aarzoo hai
jidhar bhi main dekhoon
udhar tu hi tu hai
udhar tu hi tu hai


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So another reminder for another request from AK ji. This song is from a relatively lesser known film by the name ‘Amar Jyoti’ from 1965. I say relatively, in comparison to the better known film by the same name from 1936.
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“Saheli” (1965) was produced by Sirishchandra Poddar and directed by Arjun Hingorani for Shree Raaj pictures. The movie had Pradeep Kumar, Kalpana Mohan, Babloo, Rajendranath, Sulochana Chatterjee, Vijaya Chaudhary, Murad, Pratima Devi, Tuntun, Paul Sharma, Polson, V. Kumar(Introducing), Sushil Kumar, JankiDass, Johnny Whisky, Bhudo Advani, Yunus Parwaiz etc in it.
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“Shaahi Lutera”(1965) was produced by Nirmal Anand and directed by Akkoo for BNT Films. The movie had Chitra, Azad, Indira, B.M.Vyas, Nirmal Anand, Tiwari, Shaikh, Heera Sawant, Ram Raseela, Arvid Kumar, Jilani, Krishna, Dog Tiger, Bela Bose etc in it.
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jalte bhi gaye
kahte bhi gaye
aazaadi ke parwaane
jeena to usi ka jeena hai
jo marna watan pe jaane

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“Bahu Beti” (1965) was directed by T Prakash Rao for Shatrujit Films. The movie had Ashok Kumar, Mala Sinha, Joy Mukherjee, Ashish Kumar, Mumtaz, Achla Sachdev, Mukri, Dhumal, Mehmood etc in it.
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“Kaajal”(1965) was directed by Ram Maheshwari for Kalpanalok. The movie had Raj Kumar, Meena Kumari, Dharmendra, Padmini, Mumtaz, Satish Kumar, Jagirdar, Mehmood, Durga Khote, Tiwari, Helen, Madhu Apte etc in it.
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“Himalay Ki God Mein” (1965) was produced by Shankar Bhai Bhatt and directed by Vijay Bhatt for Shri Prakash Pictures. The movie had Manoj Kumar, Mala sinha, Shashikala, Achala Sachdev, Jayant, Kanhaiyyalal, Mukri, JeevanKala, David Abraham, D.K.Sapru, Rita Pandit, S.K.Prem, Keshav Rana, Ajit, Sitaram, Mohan Jerry, Harbans etc in it.
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