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“Saaqi” (1952) was produced by R C Talwar and directed by H S Rawail for Talwar Films, Bombay. The movie had Madhubala, premnath, Bipin Gupta, Gupe, Cuckoo, Ifthiqar, Ridku, Mumtaz, azim, Douglas, Mattoo, Uma Dutt, Sadhu Singh, H Prakash, Nazeer, Mohana, Randheer etc in it.

Seven songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the eighth song from the movie.

This song is a melancholic song which is sung by Lata. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by C Ramchandra.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Khushi se door hoon majboor hoon (Saaqi)(1952) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-C Ramchandra

Lyrics

aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aasmaan tujhse shiqaayat
gham ke maare kya karen
raat din taaron ke bismil ho
wo taare kya karen

khushi se door hoon
majboor hoon
be-aasraa hoon main
khushi se door hoon
majboor hoon
be-aasraa hoon main
zara sun lo
kisi toote huye dil ki sada hoon main
khushi se door hoon
majboor hoon
be-aasraa hoon main

mere aage yehi duniya
kisi din sar jhukaati thhi
?? thhe
ye meri raah mein
kaante bichhaati thhi
magar ab dekhne waalon
isi duniya mein kya hoon main
zara sun lo
kisi toote huye dil ki sada hoon main
khushi se door hoon
majboor hoon
be-aasraa hoon main

aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
mujhe jhoola jhulaaya hai gulistaan ki bahaaron ne
mujhe paala bahaaron ne
magar loota fizaaon ne
chaman ki jaan thhi ik din
chaman se ab juda hoon main
zara sunlo
kisi toote huye dil ki sada hoon main
khushi se door hoon
majboor hoon
be-aasraa hoon main

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“Duniya” (1949) was produced by Fazli brothers and directed by S F Hussain. The movie had Karan Dewan, Suraiya, Yakub, Anwari, Bhudo Advani, Shakila, Zubeida, Jankidas etc in it.

Nine songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the tenth song from the movie.

This song is sung by Rafi. There were four lyricists in this movie, viz. Aarzoo Lakhnavi, S.H. Bihari, Asad Bhopali and Saraswati Kumar Deepak. The HFGK does not indicate which lyricist penned which song, but according to Rafi excel sheet, this song was written by Saraswati Kumar Deepak.
One article on Asad Bhopali (originally in Urdu) mentions that Asad Bhopali had written two songs in “Duniya” (1949) viz “rona hai to ro chupke chupke” and “armaan lute dil toot gaya”.

Asad Bhopali came to Bombay in 1949. He was the first poet from the city of Bhopal to enter the film industry. At the time Fazli Brothers of Bombay were planning their film “Dunya”, to be made under the direction of S.F. Hasnain. One of the lyricists of the film was the noted Urdu poet Aarzoo Lakhnavi, who wrote just two songs and then migrated to Pakistan. So, Fazli Brothers were on the look-out for a new talent to write the remaining songs. At the time, one Sugam Chand Kapadia (who owned a couple of cinema theatres in Bhopal) was in Bombay. When he came to know about Fazli Brothers’ problem, he gave them a suggestion : “Bhopal is home to many good Urdu poets. I can arrange a Mushaa’ira there and you can come over there and attend the same. Whichever poet impresses you, you can ask him to come to Bombay for writing the remaining lyrics”. Accordingly, a Mushaa’ira was arraged at Bhopal Talkies (then owned by Kapadia) on the 5th May, ’49. Fazli and Hasnain attended the same. When Asad Bhopali recited one of his well-known poem with revolutionary overtones, the attendees went wild with joy. When the Mushaa’ira was over, some of his fans chaired him right up to his residence. Next day, around 10.00 am, someone came to his house with a message that Misbaah Saheb, the Manager of Bhopal Talkies wants him to go meet with him. When Asad met him, Misbaah invited him to Bombay for writing the lyrics of the film that was in the making. Such an invitation was like a dream come true for most poets and when Asad agreed to go to Bombay, he was immediately paid an advance of Rs. 500/-. On 18th May 1949, Asad travelled to Bombay and stayed there permanently, till Death called him back to Bhopal.

The main stars of this film “Dunya” were Karan Dewan, Suraiyya and Yaqub. C. Ramchandra was the Music Director. Apart from Aarzoo Lakhnawi, some songs had also been penned by Deepak, S.H. Bihari and Taalib Ilaahabadi. Asad wrote two songs for this film, one of which was sung by Mohammed Rafi : “Rona hai to chupke chupke ro, aaNsoo na baha, aawaaz na ho”. The other song was recorded in Suraiyya’s voice : “Armaan luTe, dil TooT gaya, dukh dard ka saathi chhooT gaya”.

C Ramchandra is the music director.

Only the audio of this song is available. According to Rafi excel sheet, this song was picturised on and Karan Dewan.
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Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Nitin Shah.

With this song, “Duniya” (1949) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Rona hai to ro chupke chupke (Duniya)(1949) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Asad Bhopali, MD-C Ramchandra

Lyrics(Provided by Nitin Shah)

rona hai to ro chupke-chupke
aansoo na bahe aawaaz na ho
rona hai to ro chupke-chupke
aansoo na bahe aawaaz na ho
wo dekh na le
wo jaan na le
soourat se teri pehchaan na le
ab ponchh de aankho se aansoo
ab pochh de aankho se aansoo
maalum kisi ko raaz na ho
rona hai to ro chupke-chupke
aansoo na bahe aawaaz na ho
rona hai to ro chupke-chupke
aansoo na bahe aawaaz na ho

majboor hame rehna hoga
mar mar ke yahaan jeena hoga
majboor hamen rehna hoga
mar mar ke yahaan jeena hoga
dukh-dard ka saathi dil hai mera
dukh-dard ka saathi dil hai mera
iss dil pe mujhe kyun naaz na ho
rona hai to ro chupke-chupke
aansoo na bahe
aawaaz na ho
rona hai to ro chupke-chupke
aansu na bahe
aawaaz na ho

jo baat hai dil ki dil mein rahe
wo dil hi kya jo gham na sahe
jo baat hai dil ki dil mein rahe
wo dil hi kya jo gham na sahe
shiqwa na zubaan per aane de
shiqwa na zubaan per aane de
fariyaad mein bhi aawaaz na ho
rona hai to ro chupke-chupke
aansoo na bahe aawaaz na ho
rona hai to ro chupke-chupke
aansoo na bahe aawaaz na ho


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“Niraala” (1950) was an M & T Films production. It was directed by Shankar Mukherji. The movie had Dev Anand, Madhubala, Leeta Misra, Mazhar Khan, Madhubala, Yakub, Radha Krishnan, Narbada Shanker, Dev Anand, Mumtaz Ali etc in it.

As many as seven songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the eighth song from the movie. This song is sung by Shamshad Begam. This “expression of love” song is picturised on a very young Madhubala. I recall that I had discussed a previous song from this (also sung by Shamshad Begam) and I was unable to identify the actress lip syncing the song and I had requested knowledgeable readers to help identify the actress. One knowledgeable reader had taken me to task for my inability to identify Madhubala. :) Now I am wiser. :)

P L Santoshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by C Ramchandra.

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


Song-Mohobbat meri rang laane lagi hai (Niraala)(1950) Singer-Shamshad Begam, Lyrics-P L Santoshi, MD-C Ramchandra

Lyrics(Provided by Nitin Shah)

muhobbat meri
o o muhobbat meri
rang laane lagi hai ae
rang laane lagi hai
muhobbat meri
rang laane lagi hai ae
rang laane lagi hai
ke kaanton mein bhi
neend aane lagi hai ae
neend aane lagi hai

mere dil ki dhadkan zara tu bhi sun le ae ae
mere dil ki dhadkan zara tu bhi sun le
jawaani meri
o o o
jawaani meri
gungunaane lagi hai ae
gungunaane lagi hai
jawaani meri
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
gungunaane lagi hai

main karti thhi pehle hilmil ke baaten
hilmil ke baaten
main karti thhi pehle hilmil ke baaten
hilmil ke baaten
ye kyun ab mujhe
ho o o
ye kyun ab mujhe
sharm aane lagi hai ae
sharm aane lagi hai
ye kyun ab mujhe
sharm aane lagi hai ae
sharm aane lagi hai

pehle to ham yaad karte thhe unko o
pehle to ham yaad karte thhe unko
yaad karte thhe unko
ab unko bhi
o o
ab unko bhi
yaad aane lagi hai ae
yaad aane lagi hai
ab unko bhi
yaad aane lagi hai ae
yaad aane lagi hai
muhabbat meri
rang laane lagi hai ae
rang laane lagi hai


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“Saajan” (1947) was directed by Kishore Sahu for Filmistan. The movie had Ashok Kumar, Rehana, Ranjeet Kumari, Ramesh gupta, Leela Mishra, S l Puri, Anant Prabhu, Satyanarayan, Samson, Haroon, Jagannath arora, S K Singh, Sindhu Suley, Suraiyya, Sarah, Juliet, Gulab Gupte etc in it.
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In February 1958, an Italian song – Nel blu Dipirito di blu (English: In the sky painted blue), popularly known worldwide as ‘Volare Song’ become very popular. The song was written and sung by Domenico Modungno. This song was chosen as Italian entry to the European Song Contest, 1958 where it got 3rd place. The song received two awards at the First Grammy Award, 1959 – (i) Record of the Year and (ii) Song of the Year. Due to its popularity, the song was recorded in many languages such as English, French, Dutch, Spanish, Russian, Finnish, Portuguese etc. The song was sung by more than 50 performers all over the world which included some of the greatest names like Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Louis Armstrong, Cliff Richard, Gypsy Kings etc. In 1958, Dean Martin included the half version of the song in English for his LP ‘This is Dean Martin’. The combined sales of all versions of the song exceeded 22 million copies worldwide making it one of the all time popular songs. (Source: Wikipedia). The Video link of the original Italian ‘Volare Song’ is here. I also like the English-Italian version of the song sung by Dean Martin which is here.
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Chaandni Raaten – song 2
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chaand mera dil
chaandni ho tum
chaand se hai dur
chaandni kahaan

The moon and moonlight is poetically morphed to express many emotions. We will see many moods and faces of Chaand & Chaandni Raat in this series, hopefully.
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The one voice in the Hindi cinema world that is so different from any others. The one voice that can only be characterized as soulful and naturally so. The sound of this soft voice seems to be coming from great depth. t not a deep bass, or a booming sound. Just a soft voice, moving very easily and comfortably, rising from deep caverns. Unassuming and soothing as it reaches out to the listeners, it is one voice that caresses, soothes and comforts in a way that no other voice can. No matter what the song be, when sung by Mukesh, it seems to get an unexpected ambience and comes alive, as no other voice can make happen. There is a touch of melancholy that rings even in the songs of zest and happiness, that is the hallmark of his singing. Many more such voices have come and will come. But none will be able to connect the sound with the heart as Mukesh could.
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Atul Song-A-Day 10K Song Milestone Celebrations –39
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It’s FINALLY here – yaaaay!

Yes, the MOTHER of all milestones on this beloved blog of ours is FINALLY here.

And I cannot even begin to tell you how thrilled I am.

It seems almost surreal – that five-digit number. 10,000.

Let me now write it in words. In capitals. TEN THOUSAND.

Ah, it feels so sweet. :-)
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“Duniya” (1949) was produced by Fazli brothers and directed by S F Hussain. The movie had Karan Dewan, Suraiya, Yakub, Anwari, Bhudo Advani, Shakila, Zubeida, Jankidas etc in it.
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“Duniya” (1949) was produced by Fazli brothers and directed by S F Hussain. The movie had Karan Dewan, Suraiya, Yakub, Anwari, Bhudo Advani, Shakila, Zubeida, Jankidas etc in it.
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