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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.

Fortunately or unfortunately (for my friends, readers and followers) I belong to the variety of people who take pleasure in bringing out the hidden rare gems from HFM, usually from the 60s and the 70s. n keeping with my passion for “Rare Hindi Film Songs” (RHFS is my group on FB), today, I present a forgotten gem from a movie – “Raftaar” released in 1975.

Some famous songs of this movie have been discussed in this blog viz. “Main teri Heer hoon teri taqdeer hoon” posted by “Atul” on the March 20, 2012 and “Sansaar hai ek nadiya” by a fellow contributor “nahm” on the June 9, 2014 while my writeup on “Ye Kaisi Lagi Agan” was discussed recently on 19 july 2014.

Although the most popular ones from the movie have already been covered, the one which I present below is no less in its melody, orchestration and best of all, the singing of Asha Bhosle Ji.

Here are the details of the story of the movie:

Raftaar is a 1975 movie, with Censor Board’s “U” Certificate Number 77082 issues on 1st February 1975. The length of the movie is 3813.02 meters (15 reels) and produced under the banner of Chitralekha Movies. The producer of the movie is S I Shivdasani and the director is Dinesh – Ramnesh.

The movie starred Vinod Mehra, Moushumi Chatterjee, Danny Denzongpa, Arpana Choudhary, Ranjeet, Madan Puri, Sunder, Kundan, Indira Bansal, Mohan Choti, Birbal, Jankidas, Lalita Kumari, Moolchand, Manisha, Ruby Mayers, Mohan Sherry, etc.

Earlier in the movie when Vikram is sent to the city on a business trip, Kumar rapes Rani. Humiliated, she throws herself in the river only to be saved by a good sanaritan of a great singer/violinist Mr. Jackson (Madan Puri). He adopts Rani and christians her as Rita. Kumar vecomes obsessed with Rita (as if he does not see through her charade) and proposes marriage, which she accepts. But what Rita/Rani really wants is to kill Kumar for outraging her modesty. Rita and Kumar go out for dinner to a club, while Rita carries a hand gun. In the club this song/dance sequence is performed by Katy Irani, who lip syncs to this beautiful Asha Bhosle number.

I am sure you all will love this gem of a song, like I did and continue to do so even to this day. The lyrics of the song are very topical and convey the feelings of requital of Rita/Rani.


Song-Loota hai toone mujhe(Raftaar)(1975) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Verma Malik, MD-Sonik Omi

Lyrics

Loota hai toone
mujhe
mujhe
mujhe
Chhodoongi na main tujhe
tujhe
tujhe
aaj na bach ke jaayega tu
khud ko kaise bachaayega tu
aaj na bach ke jaayega tu
khud ko kaise bachaayega tu
Loota hai toone mujhe
mujhe
mujhe
Chhodoongi na main tujhe
tujhe
tujhe
aaj na bach ke jaayega tu
khud ko kaise bachaayega tu
aaj na bach ke jaayega tu
khud ko kaise bachaayega tu tu
Loota hai toone

bhooloon kaisi baat wo teri mulaakat wo
jeewan ki sabse andheri deewaani raat wo
bhoolun kaisi bat wo teri mulakat wo
jeewan ki sabse andheri deewaani raat wo
dhokhe se le jayi gayi thi waha
aaj tujhe leke main aayi yahaan
aaj tujhe leke main aayi yahaan
Loota hai toone mujhe mujhe mujhe
chhodoongi na main tujhe tujhe tujhe
aaj na bach ke jaayega tu
khud ko kaise bachaayega tu
aaj na bach ke jaayega tu
khud ko kaise bachaayega tu tu
Loota hai toone

daayen se na jaane doongi
baayen se na jane doongi
aisa tuhje gher loongi
aawaz na lagaane doongi
daayen se na jaane doongi
baayen se na jane doongi
aisa tuhje gher loongi
aawaz na lagaane doongi
saamne hi tera anzaam hai
teri zindagi ki yahi shaam hai
teri zindagi ki yahi shaam hai
Loota hai toone mujhe mujhe mujhe
chhodoongi na main tujhe tujhe tujhe ae
aaj na bach ke jaayega tu
khud ko kaise bachaayega tu
aaj na bach ke jaayega tu
khud ko kaise bachaayega tu tu
Loota hai toone

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“Suhaagan”(1964) was directed by K S Gopal Krishnan for A L S Productions. The movie had Guru Dutt, Mala Sinha, Feroz Khan, David Abraham, Leela Chitnis, Om Prakash, Nazir Hussain, Deven Verma, Indira, Lata Sinha, S. Varlaxmi etc in it.

Five songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the sixth and final song from the movie. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and chorus. The song is picturised on Mala Sinha playing a newly married bride, blushing heavily as newly married Indian brides are supposed to , and she is being teased by her sister in law (I am unable to identify her) and her sahelis, with Guru Dutt, playing the husband also visible in the picturisation.

Hasrat Jaipuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Madan Mohan.

With this song, “Suhaagan” (1964) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Aayi dulhan badi albeli (Suhaagan)(1964) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Madan Mohan
Chorus

Lyrics

aayi dulhan
badi albeli
mahakti chameli
nazar na lage
haaye
kisi ki nazar na lage
aayi dulhan
badi albeli
mahakti chameli

nazar na lage
haaye
kisi ki nazar na lage

jeet ke aayi
pyaar piya ka
dil se lagaaye haar piya ka
pyaar piya ka
dekho haar piya ka

jeet ke aayi
pyaar piya ka
dil se lagaaye
haar piya ka
mast umangen
naach uthhi hain
rang na poochho
uske jiya ka
meri banno
meri banno
ghazab ki rangeeli
magar sharmeeli

nazar na lage
haaye kisi ki nazar na lage

chhod ke aayi din bachpan ke
le kar aayi geet milan ke
din bachpan ke
gori geet milan ke

chhod ke aayi din bachpan ke
le kar aayi geet milan ke
apne piya ki prem deewaani
waari jaaun is dulhan ke
meri laado
meri laado
badi hi sajeeli
ankhiyaan raseeli

nazar na lage
haaye kisi ki nazar na lage

ghar ki badi hai
dil ki badi hai
jo bhi ada hai
pyaar bhari hai
dil ki badi hai
dekho pyaar bhari hai

ghar ki badi hai
dil ki badi hai
jo bhi ada hai
pyaar bhari hai
is ke hi dam se
aayi bahaaren
saas nanadiya sabse huyi hai
meri laajo
meri laajo
badi hi sajeeli
nipatiya akeli

nazar na lage
haaye
kisi ki nazar na lage
aayi dulhan badi albeli
mahakti chameli

nazar na lage
haaye kisi ki nazar na lage
haan nazar na lage
haan nazar na lage

haan
kisi ki nazar na nazar na lage
haaye
kisi ki nazar na lage


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.

One of the things I like doing, is to watch old films on youtube. In the past, there weren’t that many available but over the last few years, many more have been uploaded. Especially the ones that aren’t very easily available otherwise. For somebody like me, that is like “andhe ko kya chaahiye, do aankhen”. :-)

Of course, watching them depends on availability of time (and connectivity/bandwidth). For example, I know Atul doesn’t watch movies that much because they take too much time. And we know he is hard-pressed for time. So he prefers just the songs. I can understand.

But I do like watching old movies, especially the black-and-white ones. So sometimes, late in the evening (after 10.30 or 11.00 p.m, when all is quiet around me), I sit back and watch the odd movie. Usually it is a Hindi movie but occasionally it is an old black-and-white Hollywood film. (I love old Cary Grant films :-))

When I watch an old Hindi film, I always watch out for the songs. They can be put in one of four categories.

First, the “known” songs that I already know are in the film, so no surprise. The fun then is to see the context in which the song is played. Sometimes the meaning gets enhanced, the lyrics begin to make much more sense.

Second, the “known” songs that I didn’t realize were in this film, so it’s a (pleasant) surprise to hear them. (The best example of this is when I saw Chhota Bhai-1966 (just for Nutan) and suddenly heard “maa mujhe apni aanchal mein chhupa le” – a song I knew right from my early childhood. I had no idea which film it was from.)

Third, “unknown” songs that I hear for the first time while watching the film, and fall in love with. There are many examples of this – one that comes to mind is the delightful SD Burman composition “sa sa sa sa re” from Naughty Boy (1962). Also, the song “bahman ho ya jaat” from Karigar (1958). When I hear such songs, I get excited and immediately check if the song has already been posted here on the blog. If not, I try to write up the song.

Fourth, “unknown” songs that I hear for the first time, and don’t manage to hold my interest. I sometimes fast-forward these.

Today’s song comes in this third category. I heard it for the first time when I watched the movie – and I quite liked it.

The film is Apradhi Kaun (1957), directed by Asit Sen (the actor) for the banner Bimal Roy Productions.

I happened to watch this film a few days ago. It is a whodunit, based on a Bengali story. Though it is supposed to be a good suspense film, sadly I managed to guess the killer right from the beginning (put it down to my experience :-) ) , so to that extent my fun was diluted. Having said that, I still liked the film. It is worth a watch.

The song is an Asha Bhosle club dance number “Baat koi matlab ki hai zaroor”. It is a catchy tune – and Asha’s variations when she says “baat koi matlab” are fun to listen to. :- )

The 1950s/1960s films were full of these sort of club dances – often with the song conveying some sort of message (a warning, a threat) to somebody in the audience (usually the hero), while sinister-looking people would be hanging around, often puffing a cigar or cigarette.

One of the earliest songs of this genre I can think of is the lovely “suno gajar kya gaaye” from Baazi (1951), a film that also has the lovely “tadbeer se bigdi hui taqdeer bana de” in this category.

There are many more – “babuji dheere chalna” (Aar Paar – 1954) and “mera naam chin chin choo” (Howrah Bridge – 1958), for example.

I’ve always enjoyed these songs – they’re usually lively songs, and the way the underlying message is conveyed is fun. Full credit to the lyricist who understand the situation and writes a song to match it.

This song “baat koi matlab ki” is picturised on Lillian (Lilly in the film) who is suspected by the detective, Abhi Bhattacharya, of knowing something about the murder that has taken place. She is a dancer in a club. So he visits it, with the intention of questioning her.

It’s a fun song – and I liked it the moment I heard it.

I hope you like it too.


Song-Baat koi matlab ki hai zaroor (Apraadhi Kaun)(1957) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Majrooh sultanpuri, MD-Sali Chaudhary

Lyrics

yeah

Baat koi matlab ki hai zaroor
nahin to kab aate idhar huzoor
baat koi matlab ki hai zaroor
nahin to kab aate idhar huzoor
kyun ho ji
ghabraaye
sar jhukaaye
sharmaaye
kyun ho ji
ghabraaye
sar jhukaaye
sharmaaye
hum gareebon mein aaye
thhaa tumhe to bada guroor
baat koi matlab ki hai zaroor
nahin to kab aate idhar huzoor
baat koi matlab ki hai zaroor
nahin to kab aate idhar huzoor

kuchh karte aur kuchh kehte
hum kabhi aise nahin thhe
kuchh karte aur kuchh kehte
hum kabhi aise nahin thhe
haan jee ultey tum hi thhe
dilbari ke nashe mein choor
baat koi matlab ki hai zaroor
nahin to kab aate idhar huzoor
baat koi matlab ki hai zaroor
nahin to kab aate idhar huzoor

yeah

koi jeete koi haare
ye to duniya hai pyaare
koi jeete koi haare
ye to duniya hai pyaare
paas aao hamaare
kaahe baithhe ho itne door
baat koi matlab ki hai zaroor
nahin to kab aate idhar huzoor
baat koi matlab ki hai zaroor
nahin to kab aate idhar huzoor


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.

This is a song sung by Asha Bhosle-for I.S.Johar ! Yes,don’t get surprised. She has given playback to a Male-in woman’s clothes. This is not the first time she has done it. Earlier too she sang for Kishore kumar in film ‘ Baap re Baap ‘-1955.
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This article is written by nahm, 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.

I wanted to write a post to this song as a Tribute to Mehmood on his death anniversay on 23rd July but I missed the date somehow.

This qawwali is special on many counts. First of all it is a composed by Madan Mohan and written by Rajendra Krishan. The film is Sanjog (1961). It is a marathon effort by Rafi Sahab and Asha Bhosle who are trying to outplay each other in this 10 minutes long qawwali. And ” sone pe suhaaga ” is a unique trivia about this song, as both the singers are giving playback to Mehmood, i.e. Mehmood male qawwaal and Mehmood in the guise of a female qawwaal.
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“Mem Sahib” (1956) was directed by R C Talwar for Talwar Films. The movie had Meena Kumari, Kishore Kumar, Shammi Kapoor, Kumkum, Shivraj, Pratima Devi etc in it.
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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.

Ab to ye sab chhote chhote stations lagenge. Now these milestones will seem to be small stations on a long route train. :) :)

But nonetheless, these smaller stops have a significant role to play. In that they make possible the bigger milestones. After having done the 10K milestone, now the century milestones will seem like small cup cakes. Maybe the next thing of important enthusiasm will be the 11 thousandth post. Ah but that is still nine hundred songs away. And as soon as I think of the 11 thousandth post, my mind gets enamored by a subsequent post number that seems very magical – eleven thousand one hundred and eleven – 11111. Now that is surely going to invoke a lot of interest I am sure. That one will be the first number of its kind to appear on this blog. I mean, in five digit size.
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“Naya Raasta” (1970) was produced by I A Nadiadwala and directed by Khalid Akhtar. The movie had Jeetendra, Asha Parekh, Jeetendra, Balraj Sahni, Sujit Kumar, Veena, Farida Jalal, Roopesh Kumar, Lalita Pawar, Jayshree T etc in it.
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This article is written by nahm, 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.

Chandni Raaten : Song No. 4
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chaand aahen bharegaa phool dil thhaam lenge
husn ki baat chali to sab teraa naam lenge

chand phir nikla magar tum na aaye
jalaa phir mera dil karoon kya main haaye

dheere dheere chal chaand gagan mein
kahin dhal na jaaye raat toot na jaayen sapne
arey dheere dheere chal chaand gagan mein

khoya khoya chaand khula aasmaan
aankhon mein saari raat jaayegi
ham ko bhi kaise need aayegi ho oo

Like all listeners of film songs on radio I have arrived here having consumed a staple diet of ‘ chand ‘and ‘ raat ‘ related songs. Such songs are numerous and too many to count. If I wish I can fill whole posts with just referring to these songs. There are also song which have such references in the stanzas like thi evergreen song from ‘ Sangam ‘
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“Chaacha Chaudhary” (1953) was directed by Raja Paranjpe for Kardar Production. The movie had Durga Khote, Raja Paranjpe, Shashikala, Kamal Mehra, Rajan, Maruti, Dhumal, Banerji etc in it.
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