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The blog has seen two dry days in a row when no new posts were made. It is something unusual for the blog but it cannot be avoided. As it is, I was travelling all these days. In fact my travel is not over yet. I have to commence my return journey from today and it will be another couple of days before I arrive back at my base.

I normally try and post even when I am travelling and I am on train. But it was not possible because of various reasons. For instance, you cannot post perched atop side upper berth of AC sleeper coach where you do not have a charging point. :) So I lost valuable journey time that I could have used in blogging.

At the end of that train journey, I found myself in the ilaaka of Sudhir Ji. But before I could meet him, I had to attend to some important matters. I was wondering if I would be able to find enough time for all the activities, seeing that I had an afternoon train to catch. Fortunately I was able to get my other important jobs done by noon and I was ready to meet Sudhir Ji.

I met him and spent just over three hours with him. He told me that likeminded music enthusiasts have a get together every thursday (and today was thursday) but the get together was called off because of lack of enough participants this time. He phoned Mr Bakhshish Singh, one of the active participants of these get togethers, and he joined us soon enough.

We discussed matters of national and international importance, like which city had how many blog regulars. :) I opined that Bangalore and Mumbai had a good concentration of regulars whereas National capital lagged behind in this matter. :) I was informed that regulars may be lesser but there were many who were familiar with the blog. Mr Bakshish Singh reeled off some names. Both Bakshish Singh and Sudhir Ji opined that I should make an elaborate plan the next time so that we could get to meet some of the amazing HFM enthusiasts who live in these parts of the world.

The YIPPEE project spearheaded by Pradeep Raghunathan was also discussed. During the discussion, some rare facts of HFM was mentioned such as the fact that Nirupa Roy is the lyricist of a song (which is erroneously mentioned as written by Bharat Vyas in the blog). Then there is one “Khazanchi”(1941) song where HFGK is not sure about the singer’s identity, but the blog is sure about her identity- that it is sung by Ghulam Haider’s wife. :)

I was in an online conversation with Pradeep Raghunathan before I had boarded my train. Do not forget to get pictures- he had reminded me. Neither I nor Sudhir ji know how to click selfies, I had told him. He hoped that there would be others to click our photos. I remembered this conversation and asked the youngster near us to click our photos in either my mobile or Sudhir Ji’s mobile. “Arre, he has got an iphone”-Sudhir ji pointed out. In other words he, like most youngsers knew everything about taking pictures on mobiles etc. He clicked the pictures of three of us and emailed them to Sudhir ji, and he in turn emailed them to me.

I boarded by afternoon train and arrived at my next destination at midnight. There, instead of going to sleep, I opened my computer (for the first time in 36 hours and checked the email, and put up a get together picture on facebook. I was toying up with the idea of posting a writeup too, but it was 1 A M at midnight at that time and I decided to try and get some sleep instead.

When I woke up in the morning, I felt like a student who had missed two days of classes.:) And these two days happened to be days when some important artists had their anniversaries ! But then it is not the first time in the month that I have been unable to post on the occasion of such anniversaries.

I was wondering what song to post and I spent some time searching for some songs. During my search, I came across a song that I had planned to discuss during an earlier anniversary in the month but was unable to do so at that time.

So here is this duet song from “Khuda Kasam”(1981). This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Rafi. It is picturised on Vinod Khanna and Tina Munim. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.


Song-Ye aapne kya keh diya (Khuda Kasam)(1981) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Rafi, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

yeh aapne kyaa keh diyaa
yeh aapne kyaa keh diyaa
ke hone lagaa
dil mein kuchch kuchch kuchch kuchch kuchch
aapne kyaa keh diyaa
yeh aapne kyaa keh diyaa
ke hone lagaa
dil mein kuchch kuchch kuchch kuchch kuchch
aapne kyaa keh diyaa

o o
oyye gazab aaj ki
dhalti shaam hai
oyye gazab aaj ki
dhalti shaam hai
aise mein mujhe ae
tumse kaam hai ae
pyaasi hoon pyaare
main dariyaa kinaare
pyaasi hoon pyaare
main dariyaa kinaare
ab toh mujhe teri lagi
tu hi bujhaa kuchch kuchch kuchch kuchch
aapne kyaa keh diyaa
yeh aapne ae
kyaa keh diyaa

ho o o
chhodo bhi sanam
jag ki baat ko o
chhodo bhi sanam jag ki baat ko
yahaan kaun aayegaa
aadhi raat ko
nazrein milaa lo
tamanna nikaalo o
nazrein milaa lo
tamanna nikaalo
mujhe jo hai
tujhe bhi ho
wohi nashaa
kuchch kuchch kuchch kuchch
aapne kyaa kar diyaa
yeh aapne kyaa kar diyaa
ke hone lagaa mujhe bhi
kuchch kuchch kuchch kuchch kuchch
aapne kyaa kar diyaa

o o o o
aa ae gulbadan
behkaa de mujhe ae
aa ae gulbadan
behkaa de mujhe
apne pyaar se
mehkaa de mujhe ae
aa ae haseenaa
ke jab tak hai jeenaa
aa ae haseenaa
ke jab tak hai jeenaa
maanoon nahin jaanoon nahin
tere siwaa
kuchch kuchch kuchch kuchch kuchch

aapne
kyaa keh diyaa
yeh aapne
kyaa keh diyaa
ke hone lagaa
dil mein kuchch kuchch kuchch kuchch kuchch
aapne
kyaa keh diyaa
yeh aapne ae
kyaa keh diyaa

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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.

Rafi Saab – In the 70s
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A BIG thanks to Sudhir Ji, a key contributor to this blog, who has started a wonderful thread – “Mohd Rafi Saab – In The Seventies” and has posted some great songs during the month of September.

There are so many gems sung my Rafi Saab during the 70s, many of them popular – including “Kya Hua Tera Waada” from “Hum Kisi Se Kam Nahin” (1977), which won Rafi Saab his first and the only National award as well as the Filmfare award.

However, there are also some lovely songs which have been almost forgotten by people of all generations, except for some die hard buffs of HFM in general and fans of Rafi Saab in particular. I myself am a big big “bhakt” of Mohd Rafi Saab.

During my early teens, while living in Hyderabad, we had a family move in to our neighbourhood from Nagpur. The family consisted of three children, two of whom were older to me by ~ 10 – 12 years and last one was of my age. We jelled very well, as children often do, with them. The elder kids, son and a daughter, were learning Hindustani vocal classical music. The son, Dilip was a good singer and also played harmonium. He was a fan of Rafi Saab, while the daughter (forgot her name) used to sing Lata Ji’s songs. I used to sit with them, mostly during weekends and listen while they sang some great oldies as well as new songs. It was here that I truly began to understand and appreciate HFM as it is meant to be. Dilip was a crucial point in my life as he was the main person who introduced Rafi to me and it was from that point onwards that I really started liking the ethereal voice of the phenomenon known to us mortals as “Mohammed Rafi”. I wonder where and how Dilip is today.

During those years, after the stupendous success of Kishore Kumar’s songs from Aradhana, a majority of new actors and composers preferred him over every existing singer in Bollywood in the seventies to ensure success. Although Rafi Saab was dejected, he still had it in him to churn out many hits such as those from movies like Amar Akbar Anthony, Yaadon Ki Baarat, Sargam, Hum Kisi Se Kum Nahin, etc.

Although I used to listen and appreciate all the singers, I had a special place in my heart and mind for songs sung by Rafi Saab. Later in life, during the early eighties, my focus and love for HFM started to shift towards rare, rarer and unheard songs, which has now become a passion and led to my creating “Rare Hindi Film Songs” group on Facebook, where members with similar passion and liking share and discuss such songs.

Rafi Saab could sing any type of song – whether it was a pop song, qawaali, bhajan, gazal, romantic, rock’n’roll, light music, slow song, sad song, soft song, fast song…, whatever the type, he could deliver with ease.

That brings me to today’s post. This is a fast song by Rafi Saab from the 1972 flick “Dil Ka Raaja”. Dil Ka Raaja was produced by A A Nadiadwala and directed by P Madhavan. It starred Raaj Kumar (in dual role), Waheeda Rehman (special appearance), Leena Chandavarkar, Ajit, Indrani Mukherjee, Master Anil, Bindu, Uma Dutt, Jagdeep, Jankidas, Uma Khosla, Master Ripple, Meena T., etc. The music is composed by Rahul Dev Burman and the songs are penned by Majrooh Sultanpuri.

This movie is about two brothers who try to retrieve the lost glory of their “king” father through hard work and sincerity. After generously donating all the wealth accumulated by three generations of his family, Ramnagar-based Raja Vichitra Singh (Raaj Kumar), faces humiliation at the hands of Thakur Gajendra Singh (Ajit) when he is unable to pay a dowry for his sister, Gauri (Indrani Mukherjee). He does fulfill his promise by mortgaging his mansion, Raghupathi Bhavan, but the shock kills his wife, Lakshmi (Waheeda Rehman). Humiliated, with no one coming forward to help him, he leaves Ramnagar, along with his three children, Raja (Raaj Kumar), Bajrang (Jagdedep), and Vijaya (Meena T) and re-locates to Bombay, hoping to accumulate Three Lakh Rupees, so that he can get the Bhavan back as well as restore his honour. The rest of the story is about how Vichitra Singh, now a tonga driver and his children, who end up working as a coolies and labourers, try and save the money to enable them to get the mansion back.

The movie is a remake of the A Nageshwar Rao starrer “Dharma Daata” (1970).

The movie had 5 songs including the one being posted today. Another song from this movie was a bit chauvinistic – with the elder son (Raaj Kumar) singing a song with a “Aurat chhoti hai mardon se bolo ek baar” – well probably this was an accepted norm in the early 70s!

Coming to today’s song, “Jaao jaao tum bhi bhi jaao samajhte kya ho” is penned by Majrooh Sultanpuri, composed by Rahul Dev Burman, is sung by Mohammed Rafi.

In the latter part of the movie, a seth swindles Vichitra Singh of Ruppees Two and Half Lakhs, which have been earned and saved by the father and his two sons. On hearing this, the elder son becomes very angry and lambasts/criticizes/chides his father upon which the father slaps him resulting in both the sons leaving the house. Consequently, the father – Vichitra Singh – sings this song.


Song-Jaao jaao tum bhi jaao (Dil Ka Raaja)(1972) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

Jaao
jaao

Jaao
jaao tum bhi bhi jaao
samajhte kya ho
akele bhi rehke hum
jee lenge
jee lenge re
jaao
jaao
hum pe itne saare sitam hain
toh yeh sitam bhi sehke hum
jee lenge
arre jaao
jaao tum bhi jaao
samajhte kya ho
akele bhi rehke hum
jee lenge

Itna ujad ke bhi hum pe
ehsaan nahin ik kali ka
In haaton ne toh kaanton ke
ghar mein bhi palna hai seekha
hum ne kabhi zindagi mein
saaya na maanga kisi ka
In kadmon ne jalte huye raston pe chalna hai seekha
jaao
jaao
tum na sambhaaloge
hum to aakar ko kya hai behke behke hum
jee lenge
jaao
jaao tum bhi jaao
samajhte kya ho
akele bhi rehke hum
jee lenge

dekho abhi ye naseeba
kya kya dikhaaye tamaashe
deke lahu paala thha jinhe
ab hain wohi roothhe jaate
aulaad se to bhala thha
paudhha hee koi lagaate
chhaaon to deta woh kam se kam
thhoda bahot phal to paate
jaao…
ae tum nahin doge humko sahaara
to be-sahaara rehke hum
jee lenge
jaao
jaao tum bhi jaao
samajhte kya ho
akele bhi rehke hum
jee lenge


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.

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The Many Colors of Love #21 – Dwelling in the Lover’s Eyes
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And so wrote the scribe

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meri aankhon mein bas gaya koi re
mohey neend naa aaye main kyaa karun

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“Ishaara” (1964) was produced and directed by K Amarnath. The movie had Joy Mukherjee, Vyjayantimala, Pran, Pratima Devi, Jayanth, Azra, Subbiraj, Shammi,
Sajjan, Murad, Praveen Paul, Kesri, Hari Shivdasani, Raja Amrohi, Ruby Mayer aka Senior Sulochana, Brahm Bhardwaj, Prem Sagar, Amrit Rana, Ravikant, Agha, Mridula Rani, Raani etc in it.
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“Patthar Ke Sanam”(1967) was based on a novel of Gulshan Nanda. The movie was produced by AA Nadiadwala and directed by Raja Nawathefor A G Films. The movie had Manoj Kumar, Waheeda Rehman, Pran, Mumtaz, Mehmood, Aruna Irani, Tiwari aka Ramayan Tiwari, Jankidass, Lalita Pawar,Raj Mehra,Mumtaz Begum, Late N.K.Misra, Vikram, Bhushan, Uma Dutt, Muqbool etc in it.
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“Shriman Shrimati” (1982) was produced by B Nagi Reddy and directed by Vijaya Reddy for Vijoaya Productions Private Limited. Or to put it briefly, this movie was a production from the publishers of “Chandamama”- the Children’s magazine that used to get published in some 14 languages during those days !
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“Shreemati 420″(1956) was produced and directed by G P Sippy. The movie had Meena Shorey, Johny Walker, Om Prakash, Kamal, Rajan Kapoor, Maya Das, Helen, Hari Shivdasani, Manorama, Baby Shashi, Uma Dutt, Ratan Gaurang 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.

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Rafi Sb – In The Seventies – 4
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(1972 – Duet)

Here is the duet that I have selected from 1972. Another peerless and lovely memory from the radio listening days. A song that is softly composed and softly rendered in a leisurely pace. Asha Bhosle accompanies Rafi Sb in the singing. The film is ‘Parchhaaiyaan’, the lyrics are by Majrooh Sultanpuri and the music composition is by RD Burman. On screen, this song is performed by Vinod Khanna, a new comer heroine, Reshma. A name that I am not familiar with at all. Apparently she appeared in not many films. Given the on screen presence, it is likely she did not make any lasting impressions at all.
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“Keemat” (1946) was directed by Nazeer ajmeri for Kardar productions. The movie had Sulochana Chatterji, Amar, Sofiya, Badri Prasad, Shakeer, Anwari, Nazeer Bedi, Ameer, Sharda, Kesarbai, Nawab, A Shah etc in it.
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Rafi Sb – In The Seventies – 2
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(1971 – Duet)

The decade of the seventies brought in some significant changes in the landscape of Hindi film song. For one, it was the spectacular rise of Kishore Kumar as a playback singer.“Mere Sapnon Ki Raani” happened in 1969, and after that we see a meteoric rise in Kishore Da’s playback singing performances. The second significant aspect is the accompanying rise of the new age music spearheaded by music directors like RD Burman and Bappi Lahiri. The generations were changing, and the new generations lapped on the new age music coming from this new crop of composers. Sadly, however, the demise of melody was also acknowledged to have occurred in this decade.
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