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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 very adorable sweetness, that is what her voice always conveys.  Be it a song of joy or verses of pensive sadness, it is the amiable pleasantness of the voice that appeals the most.  Just earlier in the day, Bakhshish Singh ji and I were conversing about this anniversary today.  One of his comments sounded very charming.  He said, no matter what is the tone of the song, as you listen to it, you can feel a smile behind the sound.  May it be a cheerless song of sadness, even then the voice sounds as if there is a sweet smile behind it.  That is Suraiya’s voice for you.

Remembering this sweet and sad sound and the singer behind it, on the anniversary of her passing away today (31st January).

In hindsight, it is always the regrets that will outnumber the satisfactions.  Looking back, it is very simple to see and examine the outcome, and think about what could have been done differently.  It is a moot exercise, for the past is what it is.  And the easy thing always is to critically examine the action and the results.  What is missing from this equation is the sentiments and the emotional influences that would have prompted the actions.

She chose not to sing playback to other artists, thereby curtailing her own career by her own choice.  She fell in love, but the familial and social circumstances did not allow a consummation of her relationship.  She chose to remain within the family barriers, but then she also chose to remain single for the rest of her life.  As the career faded and the industry slipped past her in high gear, she chose a reclusive life, and shut out the external world for good.  Unfulfilled dreams, unrequited love and a discontented heart.  The proud and confident Jeet of ‘Jeet’ (1949) chose to give in to the pull of that melancholy, and let it be.

What remains are the celluloid memories of a young and enchanting beauty, and a collection of three hundred and some, twinkling gems that continue to be a source of joy for a multitude of her fans and followers.  A fabulous collection, enough to spend a lifetime on.

This is the second rare offering of another twinkling gem, that I bring to you today for your listening pleasure.  The film is ‘Khoobsruat’ from 1952, a Fazli Brothes Production directed by SF Hasnain.  The film has eight songs, written by three songwriters.  This song is written by Shams Azimabaadi.  The music is by Madan Mohan.  The film has Suraiya and Nasir Khan in the lead roles.  Other members of the cast include Yakub, Sengar, Noor, Husn Banu, H Prakash, Praveen, Shaheen, Meghmala, Shakeela, Munshi Munakka, Alka, Bhudo Advani, Baby Zubeda, Jankidas.

This is a lovely song of an expected encounter that is promised will happen.  The sentiments are expressed as if the search is over and the association is regained.

mil jaayegi mujhe meri khoi hui adaa
nazren jhuka ke phir mujhe sharmaana aa gaya

Aah, what a lovely expression, what expectation, and a what a perfect dream.  A dream that was not to be, in real life for her.

Memories remain, and will always tug at the strings of the heart.  Maybe, someone is still expected.
Listen and enjoy.

[Note: There appears to be a missed line in the second antaraa.  It sounds a little strange, but coming from the recording of a 78 rpm, it seems this is what it is.  I tried a couple of different sources, but the content is same.]

Song – Ae Chaand Ab Tu Jaa (Khoobsurat) (1952) Singer – Suraiya, Lyrics – Shams Azimabaadi, MD – Madan Mohan

Lyrics

kab talak mujhko rulaayenge rulaane waale
dil ye kehta hai zaroor
aayenge aane waale

ae chaand ab tu jaa
mera dewaana aa gaya
thi shamma jis jageh
wahin parwaana aa gaya

mil jaayegi mujhe meri
khoi hui adaa
mil jaayegi mujhe meri
khoi hui adaa
nazren jhuka ke phir mujhe
sharmaana aa gaya
thi shamma jis jageh
wahin parwaana aa gaya
wahin parwaana aa gaya
ae chaand ab tu jaa
mera dewaana aa gaya

wo aa rahe hain aaj mujhe
dhoondhte huye
deewaana aa gaya
thi shamma jis jageh
wahin parwaana aa gaya
wahin parwaana aa gaya
ae chaand ab tu jaa
mera dewaana aa gaya
ae chaand ab tu jaa
mera dewaana aa gaya

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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कब तलक  मुझको रुलाएंगे रुलाने वाले
दिल ये कहता है ज़रूर
आएंगे आने वाले

ए चाँद अब तू जा
मेरा दीवाना आ गया
थी शम्मा जिस जगह
वहीं परवाना आ गया

मिल जाएगी मुझे मेरी
खोयी हुई अदा
मिल जाएगी मुझे मेरी
खोयी हुई अदा
नज़रें झुका के फिर मुझे
शरमाना आ गया
थी शम्मा जिस जगह
वहीं परवाना आ गया
वहीं परवाना आ गया
ए चाँद अब तू जा
मेरा दीवाना आ गया

वो आ रहे हैं आज मुझे
ढूंढते हुये
दीवाना आ गया
मेरा दीवाना आ गया
थी शम्मा जिस जगह
वहीं परवाना आ गया
वहीं परवाना आ गया
ए चाँद अब तू जा
मेरा दीवाना आ गया
ए चाँद अब तू जा
मेरा दीवाना आ गया


This article is written by Peevesie’s Mom, 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.

So 31st January sees the pretty Priety Zinta turn 40. She completes 15 years in Bollywood. I agree yeh toh bachchi hain as far as our blog is concerned. But kya Karen? She is everything that we all love. A movie star who owns a cricket team ;-)

I am at a loss as to what all I like about her. The deep dimples in her cheek; or her natural way of acting. I have seen many of her movies, and I rate her as an accomplished actress. Preity is born and brought up in Simla, and completed her education there.  Interesting to note that she graduated with a degree in English Literature and then went on to do her post graduation in Criminal Psychology.  But of course, as we have always seen, destiny is to be blamed for all variations that happen in life.  She chanced to accompany a friend to an audition for advertising films, and although not on the list, she was selected for the Cadbury’s Perk Chocolate commercial.

One thing led to another and she met with Shekhar Kapoor who offered her a role in his upcoming film ‘Tara Rum Pum Pum’, opposite to Hrithik Roshan.  Eventually this film was cancelled, but Shekhar Kapoor introduced her to Mani Ratnam who was in the process of making ‘Dil Se’.  She took on the role as the fiancée of Shahrukh Khan (Manisha Koirala playing the other romantic angle in the film).  It turns out that her presence in the film is limited to twenty minutes of screen time.  Even with such an abbreviated role, she was able to capture the attention, to win a nomination for the Filmfare’s best supporting actress for the year.  Although this specific award did not come her way, she did earn the Filmfare award for the best debut for an actress, for that year, for her performances in ‘Dil Se’ and ‘Soldier’.  The year was 1998.

1999 saw her appear in a Telegu film, and in the film ‘Sangharsh’, she played the role of CBI officer who falls for a captured killer, played by Akhsay Kumar.  But her breakthrough came with her role in the 2000 film ‘Wah! Kya Kehna’ in which she assays the role of an unwed teenage mother, who is ostracized by her family and friends.  She is humiliated by the snobbish high society as well as her college mates. (Reminiscent of Aradhana, right). The movie goes on to tell the story of this girl who has the spirit to take on everyone who is against the unborn child, as she feels that the child has committed no crime and it is the parents who should be punished. She also questions as to why always in this kind of a situation the girl is cast off when the boy goes scot free. Wah! Kya Kehna! Is what I felt about the movie.  The powerful performance now brought her the nomination for the Filmfare best actress award for the year.

In 2002, she was part of the group of friends in the film ‘Dal Chaahta Hai’, whose destinies take them away from each other, and then back together again.  The next year 2003 was her best year with two colossal hits – ‘Koi Mil Gaya’ and ‘Kal Ho Na Ho’, the former being the biggest grosser of the year and the latter, in which she plays the role of an insecure and angry young Indian-American woman who falls in love with a man who has a fatal heart disease. Her performance won her the Filmfare award for Best Actress for that year.  The teenager tomboy had come of age.

Fast forward to 2008, and she plays the role of a young Indian woman in Deepa Mehta’s film, ‘Heaven On Earth’.  The lady gets married to an NRI from Canada, migrates to Toronto and becomes a victim of severe domestic abuse.  Her performance earned her the Best Actress (Silver Hugo) award at the 2008 Chicago International Film Festival.

Today’s song is from the film ‘Veer Zaara’, that was the top hit film of 2004.  Directed by Yash Chopra for his own banner of Yash Raj Films, the film is set against the backdrop of the face-off between India and Pakistan.  The film follows the unfortunate love story of an Indian Air Force pilot, and a Pakistani woman hailing from a rich political family of Lahore, who fall in love and unbeknownst to each other’s existence, are separated for 22 years.  After this long gap of time, a young Pakistani lawyer, finds out about this Indian pilot in a Pakistani prison and upon listening to his story, tries to get him freed.

The high point of the film is its music.  A matter of nostalgia for the lovers of music of the golden era of Hindi films, the music of ‘Veer Zaraa’ is based on old compositions by the late Madan Mohan.  His son, Sanjeev Kohli, did the search within his father’s archives of unused melodies, and arranged a set of fabulous scores to tune the songs with lyrics by Javed Akhtar.

The thing that I love about this song, is the very persona herself.  The song is all about the tomboy-ish personality that we see and read about.  The performance is unrestrained and with abandon she is expressing herself.  Another very significant high point of this song is a brief visit that the protagonist takes with her grandmother to the Nankana Sahib Gurdwara in Pakistan, giving a rare view of this holiest of the holy Sikh pilgrimage center, that is inaccessible to most of us in India.

In the video clip, we also see Zohra Sehgal, the grandmother, Kiron Kher, the mother and Divya Dutta, friend and companion.  With greetings once again to Preity.
Enjoy the song.

Song – Hum To Bhai Jaise Hain Waise Rahenge (Veer Zaara) (2004) Singer – Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Javed Akhtar, MD – Madan Mohan

Lyrics

hmmmm mmmm mmmmm
hmmmm mmmm mmmmm
mmmmm mmmmm mmmmmmm

hum to bhai jaise hain
waise rahenge

hum to bhai jaise hain
waise rahenge
hum to bhai jaise hain
waise rahenge
ab koi khush ho
ya ho khafaa
hum nahin badlenge
apni adaa
samjhe na samjhe koi
hum yahi kahenge
hum to bhai jaise hain
waise rahenge
hum to bhai
jaise hain
waise rahenge

hmmmmmmm
hum dil ki shehzaadi hain
marzi ki mallika
haan. .aan
hum dil ki shehzaadi hain
marzi ki mallika
sar pe aanchal kyon rakhen
dhalka to dhalka
ab koi khush ho
ya koi roothe
is baat par chaahe
har baat toote
hum to bhai jaise hain
waise rahenge
hum to bhai
jaise hain
waise rahenge

hamen shauk mehndi ka
na shehnaai ka hai
ooo
hamen shauk mehndi ka
na shehnaai ka hai
hamaare liye to
apna ghar hi bhalaa hai
sunta agar ho
to sun le qaazi
lagta nahin kabhi
hum honge raazi
hum to bhai
jaise hain
waise rahenge
hum to bhai
jaise hain
waise rahenge
ab koi khush ho
ya ho khafaa
hum nahin badlenge
apni adaa
samjhe na samjhe koi
hum yahi kahenge
hum to bhai jaise hain
waise rahenge
hum to bhai jaise hain
waise rahenge

aaaaaa
haa aaa haa haa aaaa
aaa haaa aaaa aaaa
o ho o ho ho ho
o ho ho ho ho

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हम्ममम मम्मम मम्ममम
हम्ममम मम्मम मम्ममम
मम्मम मम्ममम मम्ममममममम

हम तो भई जैसे हैं
वैसे रहेंगे

हम तो भई जैसे हैं
वैसे रहेंगे
हम तो भई जैसे हैं
वैसे रहेंगे
अब कोई खुश हो
या हो खफा
हम नहीं बदलेंगे
अपनी अदा
समझे ना समझे कोई
हम यही कहेंगे
हम तो भई जैसे हैं
वैसे रहेंगे
हम तो भई
जैसे हैं
वैसे रहेंगे

हम्ममम
हम दिल की शहज़ादी हैं
मर्ज़ी की मल्लिका
हाँ॰ ॰आन
हम दिल की शहज़ादी हैं
मर्ज़ी की मल्लिका
सर पे आँचल क्यों रखें
ढलका तो ढलका
अब कोई खुश हो
या कोई रूठे
इस बात पर चाहे हर बात टूटे
हम तो भई जैसे हैं
वैसे रहेंगे
हम तो भई
जैसे हैं
वैसे रहेंगे

हमें शौक मेहंदी का
ना शहनाई का है
ओ॰ ॰
हमें शौक मेहंदी का
ना शहनाई का है
हमारे लिए तो
अपना घर ही भला है
सुनता अगर हो
तो सुन ले क़ाज़ी
लगता नहीं कभी
हम होंगे राज़ी
हम तो भई
जैसे हैं
वैसे रहेंगे
हम तो भई
जैसे हैं
वैसे रहेंगे
अब कोई खुश हो
या हो खफा
हम नहीं बदलेंगे
अपनी अदा
समझे ना समझे कोई
हम यही कहेंगे
हम तो भई जैसे हैं
वैसे रहेंगे
हम तो भई
जैसे हैं
वैसे रहेंगे

आ॰ ॰ ॰
हा आ हा हा आ
आ हा आ आ
ओ हो ओ हो हो हो
ओ हो हो हो हो


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“Manmauji”(1962) was directed by Krishnan Panju for AVM, Madras. The movie had Kishore Kumar, Sadhana, Pran, Anwar Hussain, Ashim Kumar, Sundar, Kumari Naaz, Durga Khote, Leela Chitnis, Sulochana Chatterji, Achala Sachdev, Bharati Roy, Jayalalitha, Devika, Baby Farida etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. Six songs from this movie have been discussed in the past.

It so turns out that the remaining two songs are multiple version songs with similar lyrics. so we can cover them in one writeup.

This last song is a lovely children’s song with the lyrics-“Murge ne jhoothh bola murge ki choon choon ho gayi”. The first and longer version of the song is sung by Kamal Barot. It is picturised on two kids. The girl is Baby Farida (as far as I can tell). I am unable to identify the boy. I have not watched the movie, but looking at their dresses and hairstyle, they appear to be playing the childhood versions of Sadhana and Kishore Kumar. :)

The second version of the song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. This version is picturised on a mom (played by Baby Naaz ?) who sings this song to her two children- a boy and a girl. Kishore Kumar, working as a chauffer in that household listens to the song from outside.

Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. music is composed by Madan Mohan.

With this delightful twin treat from “Manmauji”(1962), this movie now joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.

Kamal Barot version

Asha Bhonsle version

Song-Murge ne jhoothh bola (Manmauji)(1962) Singer-Kamal Barot/Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Madan Mohan

Lyrics

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Kamal Barot version
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murge ne jhhoothh bola
murge ki choon choon ho gayi
bakri ne jhhoothh bola
bakri ki toon toon ho gayi
oo ho bakri ne jhoothh bola
oo ho bakri ki toon toon ho gayi
murge ne jhoot bola
murge ki choon choon ho gayi

Mathura mein teen bandar
jaate thhe roz mandir
Mathura mein teen bandar
jaate thhe roz mandir
kehta jo baat pujaari
rakhte wo yaad saari
bura kabhi na dekho
bura kabhi na bolo
baat jahaan ho buri
kaan wahaan na kholo
jisne buraayi seekhi hoye hoye hoye
haan ji
jisne buraayi seekhi
uski to koon koon ho gayi
murge ne jhoothh bola
murge ki choon ho gayi
bakri ne jhoothh bola
bakri ki toon ho gayi

Dilli ka ek kauwwa
chidiya se ek din bola
aao pakaayen khichdi
miljul ke khaayen khichdi
chaawal ka daana mera
moong ka daana tera
lene gaya wo paani
chidiya thhi chor ki naani
chupke se khaake daana
chakki mein kiya thikaana
kauwwe ne chakki peesi
aayi aawaaz si si
chidiya ne chori ki thhi
hoye hoye hoye
haan ji
chidiya ne chori ki thhi
chidiya ki su su ho gayi
murge ne jhoothh bola
murge ki choon ho gayi
bakri ne jhoothh bola
bakri ki toon ho gayi
oo ho bkari ne jhoothh bola
aa ha bakri ki toon toon ho gayi
murge ne jhoothh bola
murge ki choon choon ho gayi

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Asha Bhonsle version
————————————
murge ne jhooothh bola
murge ki choon choon ho gayi
bakri ne jhoothh bola
bakri ki toon toon ho gayi
bakri ne jhoothh bola
haan bakri ki toon toon gayi
murge ne jhoothh bola
murge ki choon choon ho gayi
bakri ne jhoothh bola
bakri ki toon ho gayi

Dilli ka ek kauwwa
chidiya se ik din bola
aao pakaayen khichdi
miljul ke khaayen khichdi
chaaval ka dana mera
moong ka daana tera
lene gaya vo paani
chidiya thhi chor ki naani
chupke se kha ke daana
chakki mein kiya thikaana
kauwwe na chakki peesi
aayi aawaaz si si
chidiya ne chori ki thi
chidiya ki su su ho gayi
murge ne jhooth bola
murge ki choon choon ho gayi
bakri ne jhoothh bola
bakri ki toon toon ho gayi


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“Manmauji”(1962) was directed by Krishnan Panju for AVM, Madras. The movie had Kishore Kumar, Sadhana, Pran, Anwar Hussain, Ashim Kumar, Sundar, Kumari Naaz, Durga Khote, Leela Chitnis, Sulochana Chatterji, Achala Sachdev, Bharati Roy, Jayalalitha, Devika, Baby Farida etc in it.
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“Manmauji”(1962) was directed by Krishnan Panju for AVM, Madras. The movie had Kishore Kumar, Sadhana, Pran, Anwar Hussain, Ashim Kumar, Sundar, Kumari Naaz, Durga Khote, Leela Chitnis, Sulochana Chatterji, Achala Sachdev, Bharati Roy, Jayalalitha, Devika, Baby Farida etc in it.
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“Manmauji”(1962) was directed by Krishnan Panju for AVM, Madras. The movie had Kishore Kumar, Sadhana, Pran, Anwar Hussain, Ashim Kumar, Sundar, Kumari Naaz, Durga Khote, Leela Chitnis, Sulochana Chatterji, Achala Sachdev, Bharati Roy, Jayalalitha, Devika, Baby Farida etc in it.
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“Naya Aadmi”(1956) was produced by M Somasundaram and directed by Jupiter Pictures, Madras. This movie was basically a dubbed movie where the dialogues as well as songs were re recorded in Hindi. The movie had Anjali Devi, N T Ramarao, Jamuna, Ram Sharma, Raagini, Anwar Hussain, RajaSulochana, Gope, Helen, R Nagendra Rao 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.

Today, we celebrate the 400th milestone of that unique voice – the voice of Shamshad Begum.
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Today (14 november 2014) is Jawaharlal Nehru’s birthday. He was very fond of Children and so his birthday began to be celebrated as “Bal Divas” or Children’s day in India. It is clear that this day became “Children’s day” in India only after Indian Independence. I am not aware when this day was first celebrated this way. I request our senior regulars to throw light on this matter.
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“Mausam” (1975) was produced by P Mallikarjuna Rao and directed by Gulzar for Sunandini Pictures. This movie was losely based on A J Cronin’s novel “The Judas Tree” (source-wikipedia). The movie had Sanjeev Kumar, Sharmila Tagore, Dina Pathak, C.S.Dubey, Om Shivpuri, T.P.Jain, Agha, Kamal Deep, Satyen Kappu, Lily Chakravarty, Pinchoo Kapoor, Mrinal Mukherjee, Shekhar Purohit, Yogendra, Nasir, R.Chopra, Mona Rajput, Baldev Mehta, Anwar, Chandu, Anand Pal, Ramnath etc in it.
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