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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.

Here is a song from the film ABHIMAN-57. The name Abhiman ( Pride ) will remind people of another film of the same name , made in 1973-featuring Amitabh and Jaya. It was on the life of two singers who get married because of music and later get separated also because of music and Pride of one partner. This 1957 film was also about Pride but not about Music. It was a family drama depicting false pride of a girl-destroying her family.

The Music Director for this film was Anil Biswas. The year 1957 was an important year for him. His married life with wife Ashalata ( Mehrunnisa Bhagat ) was already on the rocks. All the profits accrued from their joint venture Variety Films were taken by Ashalata. She was an alcoholic too. He decided to separate from her and gave her almost everything he had. He found himself on the pavements- but he got rid of her once and for all. Now he was free to marry his new love, Meena kapoor. Once the film Abhiman was completed and went through the Censors on 4-2-1957, Anil Biswas and Meena kapoor finally got married on 19-3-1957. (ref: Listeners’ Bulletin No 123 of Sept 2003).

Film Abhiman had only six songs in it. Two Asha duets, two Geeta solos, one Asha solo and one Manna Dey solo. Asha had one duet with Anil Biswas ( today’s song) and one duet with Mohd. Rafi. Yes,with Mohd. Rafi. I am repeating this, because Anil Biswas somehow never liked Rafi as a singer. As a person he had lots of respect for Rafi, but he did not have very high opinions about Rafi’s singing.

From 1935 to about 1950, Anil Biswas had used the voice of Surendra as his lead singer, but as Surendra’s style was becoming obsolete, he relied on other singers like Talat, Mukesh and Manna Dey- but not Rafi. When most of the other composers were eager to use Rafi, Anil Biswas was reluctant to use him. Mohd. Rafi was aware of this fact, but whenever Anil ji called him for a song, he promptly and open heartedly went there and gave his best without any ill feelings.

Anil ji gave Rafi just 10 songs in 5 films, from 1950 to 1958. Comparatively Mukesh got 20 songs from 12 films. Talat 14 songs from 7 films and Manna Dey 34 songs from 15 films. Unlike others, Rafi never got any memorable song from Anil Biswas !

The film Abhiman-57 was directed by Mahesh Kaul and its cast was Shekhar, Ameeta, Mahmood, Chand Usmani, Nazir Hussain, Badri Prashad, Ram Avatar, Sheela Vaz, Yakub etc etc. The story of the film was-

Sukhlal Verma( Nazir Hussain) was a man much influenced by Western ldeals. He wanted his two daughters, Alka ( Amita)and Kiran( Chand Usmani) to be well-educated, independent girls, who could take care of themselves in any situation. But his wife was afraid that too much freedom would spoil the girls and their would forget old family traditions. So she tried her best to keep them in check as much as possible.

In this aim she succeeded with Kiran, the elder girl who was by nature a simple and straightforward girl, but she was unable to make much headway in case of Alka, who was the favourite of her father. So Alka grew up to be a headstrong, foolish and stubborn lass.

It was after the graduation of the two girls that Mr. and Mrs. Verma were worried about marrying the girls off in respectable houses. A great load was lifted off their shoulders when a family friend, Dayaram Chacha, who was by choice a marriage broker, arranged for two very eligible bachelors for the two girls. Thus Alka was married off to Sureshchandra Kapoor( Shekhar), and Kiran to Dilip Kumar Mathur( Mehmood).

The parents of the girls heaved a sigh of relief. But the trouble had just about started. The Kapoor home was a womanless one. The old father, Raghunath Kapoor, was all that respectability and gentlemanliness could demand. His son adored him as only a motherless boy can adore a father.

It was in this sober household that the fiery Alka made her entry, after which there was instant confusion. The views of the three clashed at every step; the father and son wished to lead simple, quiet lives while Alka loved to be gay and worldly. She loved the glamour of life, flashy clothes, high living and expensive habits. When these were met with gentle opposition and quiet rebuke on the part of her father-in-law and her husband, her pride was touched in the raw, the pride of a foolish ignorant. She grew hostile towards them; they tried their best to patch things up but the gap between them grew, and husband and wife slowly started to drift apart, not due to any lack of love between the between them, but only because of a foolish pride which to a headstrong girl was more important than her husband.

The Mathur household consisted only weakness. Dilip Mathur was an only son, and he was spoiled. He had wasted away the fortunes of his ancestors and only a tradition and a large house showed that they had once been rich. Here the simple and homely footsteps of Kiran led her. For her, her husband, whatever he may be, was her God. Before his wishes all her desires were secondary. His will was law. But this was unfortunate, for Dilip wanted a wife who could play with him on an equal footing, who would share his pleasures of the high spots of society, who would, in short, be as reckless and inconsistent as himself.

For him Kiran was too tame, too dull. So he looked across his own doorway and his eyes fell on the sister-in-law, Alka, who had passed into another house. She was the sort of girl that Dilip had always admired and wanted. So he set about laying his trap as unscrupulously as any hunter. He started going to her house regularly and tempted Alka to enjoy with him those pleasures which had always been dear to her heart.

She, in turn, already prejudiced against husband’s better judgement, thought there would be no harm in going out often with Dilip, for after all he was her brother-in-law. To do her justice there was no evil intent in her mind regarding Dilip, she only liked him as a brother, and she preferred his spirited company to the stiff behaviour of her husband. But Dilip took advantage of her more and more away from her home, till at last Alka became a regular late-nighter with no thought for home and no sense of responsibility towards her husband and father-in-law.

When matter came to a head, she fought with them and went to her father’s house. But old Sukhalal, for all his Western ideals, could not tolerate the insolence perpetrated by his once beloved daughter. He told her to go back to her husband’s home, for that was the only place for a married woman. But Alka’s pride, her false, ruffled bloated ego was already much hurt by the piercing words of her husband whom she really loved deep down in her heart. She could not bear to go back and face him. she wanted him to came to her and lead her back home. But he was not willing to lower the prestige of his father before the foolish whims of his wife. So the deadlock stood, and Alka left her father’s house to stay in a hotel.

In the Mathur home there was deep sorrow. Day after day Dilip had deceived his wife to go and see Alka, and day after day Kiran had seen a vulgar passion contaminate the sanctity of her home. What could she do? At last she thought of a plan, a daring plan suggested by Dilip’s mother. Suresh was sick. His father( Badri Prasad) had left him for good. Gone away in the hope that his quitting the house might bring Alka back to Suresh, but to no avail. And now with the loss of two most prized objects, his father and his wife, Suresh was slowly sinking into nothingness, lossing his will to live.

And this was where Kiran comes to his aid. She would come daily to look after him. She would come dressed in finery, And this is where her game really lay. For Dilip this was a complete change in his wife. She used to go out now, often, happy, gay, enjoying life, and usually in the company of Suresh. And slowly a jealousy grew up in Dilip. He forgot Alka and his hate shifted on Suresh.

Now Dilip got into a murderous temper. And then his thoughts came back to Alka, alone and helpless in a city hotel. This provided his chance to take his revenge on Suresh. He rushed out of his house, reached the Hotel, and took away Alka on a pretext of getting her a job. They reached a deserted Versova Shack, and there in the loneliness of a dark night, he bared his real self. And Alka realised in horror what she had been playing with for so long. She screamed and shouted and begged but to no avail. The monster in Dilip was advancing upon her when out of the blue a blow landed on Dilip’s head, and all went black before his eyes.

It was….Kiran and old Raghunath. Fate had carried them to this spot at this fatal juncture. The final scene unfolded into hall of Dilip’s house. Sister embraced sister, Brother embraced Brother, as the pride of a foolish woman was crushed before the horrible spectacle of a brother-in-law’s passion and that vicious passion was forever buried in the tears of love shed by a devoted wife. This was Kiran, who had shown to all what it is to be an Indian woman.

The video of the song shows Mehmood sitting in the ‘Box’ class with Ameeta, who is his sister-in-law (saali). The song is picturised as a tamasha song on stage where actor Ram Avatar lip syncs in the voice of Anil Biswas.

The song is penned by Indeewar.


Song-Sambhaalo….Palla dori palla (Abhimaan)(1957) Singers- Anil Biswas, Asha Bhonsle,Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Anil Biswas
chorus

Lyrics

he ae ae
daftar ho ya
ghar ho bhaiyya
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
mahal ho ya ho chaal

ae ji shahar ke har kone mein bichha hai
makkaari ka jaal
sambhaalo
ae re sambhaalo sambhaalo sambhaalo sambhaalo
sambhaal
per kya
palla dori palla
palla dori palla re
palla dori palla

ae ji
kadam kadam per dhokhe hain baabu
gali ho ya ho mohalla
sambhaalo
palla dori palla
palla dori palla re
palla dori palla
palla dori palla re
palla dori palla

ae ji
achcha hotel dekh ke baithhi
peene coca cola

to phir
arre paison ka kya
phir de dena
seth ye hanskar bola

ae
phir dikha ke wallaaha
laga rijhaane ae ae

achcha
dikha ke wallaaha
laga rijhaane
mujhko mua mutalla

sambhaalo
palla dori palla
palla dori palla re
palla dori palla
palla dori palla re
palla dori palla

ae ji mujhe naukri de di kisi ne
sunkar meri kahaani

phir
magar naukraani ke badle
kehne laga wo raani

achcha
agar maalkin pahunch na jaati ee ee
kya
agar maalkin pahunch na jaati
kya hota mere allah

sambhaal
palla dori palla
palla dori palla re
palla dori palla
palla dori palla re
palla dori palla

ae ji
ek mahaashay
mujhe kahaa karte thhe sister sister

sister hai
lekin dil mein aur hi kuchh
socha karte thhe mister

achcha
phir dekh ke mauqa
haan
jhat se ek din
haan
dekh ke mauqa jhat se ek din
jhapak liya era palla

sambhal
palla dori palla
palla dori palla
palla dori palla

ae ji mila mujhe ik naatak waala
naam thha jiska timmi

timmy
kehne laga main tujhee bana doonga
nargis ya

Nimmi
kehne laga
kya
shaam ko aa jaana
kahaan ghar mere

uyi daiyya
shaam ko aa jaana
das number Byculla

sambhaal
palla dori palla
palla dori palla re
palla dori palla

ae ji
kadam kadam per dhokhe hain baabu
gali ho ya ho mohalla
sambhaal
palla dori palla
palla dori palla re
palla dori palla
palla dori palla re
palla dori palla
palla dori palla re
(Sambhaalo)
palla dori palla
palla dori palla re
palla dori palla


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“Zakhmee”(1975) was produced by Tahir Hussain and directed by Raja Thakur for T V films Pvt Ltd. The movie had Sunil Dutt, Asha Parekh, Rakesh Roshan, Reena Roy, Tariq, Helen, Johnny Walker, Imtiyaz, Jankidas, Yunus Parvez, Habib, Madhup Sharma, Shyam Kumar, D.S.Rana, Abhimanyu Sharma, Iftekhar, Agha, Piloo.J.Wadia, Babul, Gulam Hussain, Khursheed Khan, Jerry Raja, Babu Bhai, Navin Kumar, Sujata Rubener, Shahzada Malik, Vikrant, Vijay Kant, Shahid Bijnori, B.Chandrashekhar, Kamal Kapoor, Baby Pinky, Usha Thakur, Ruhi Khan, Tahir Hussain etc in it.

Today (29 june 2015) is the death anniversary of Gauhar Kanpuri (1 october 1932- 29 june 2002). Gauhar Kanpuri made his debut as a lyricist with “Pyaar Ki Baazi”(1967) with one song in it (not yet in the blog). Then he penned one song each in by now forgotten movies like “Us Raat Ke Baad”, Shivbhakt Baba Balaknath”(1972), “Kora Aanchal”(1973), “Nanha Shikari”(1973), “Ek Hans Ka Joda”(1975) etc.

“Nanha Shikaari”(1973) was the debut movie of Bappi Lahiri as a music director. They struck good friendship and they then forged a fruitful collaboratin with each other for the next two decades.

“Zakhmee”(1975) was the turning point in the careers of Bappi Lahiri and Gauhar Kanpur both. The music of this song caught the imagination of music lovers. This movie had popular songs such as Jalta hai jiya mera, Abhi abhi thi dushmani, Aao tumhe chaand pe le jaayen and Aali re aali re Holi.

The golden era of HFM was coming to an end and Bappi Lahiri was one of the main persons responsible for that. Nevertheless, one still came across some nice song even in those days. And I find that several of such memorable songs of those days were penned by Gauhar kanpuri though not too many people (including I) were aware of this fact. For example, songs like Jhoomta saawan dekho aaya (Do Khilaadi)(1976), Teri chhoti si ik bhool ne saara gulshan jala diya (Shiksha), Tumhe geeton mein dhaaloongaa (Saawan Ko Aane Do)(1979) etc were penned by Gauhar Kanpuri.

Gauhar Kanpuri wrote some 300 songs in 120 movies. Though a lyricist of recent vintage by the standards of this blog, very little information is available about Gauhar Kanpuri on line. In fact, this writeup on Gauhar Kanpuri may be the most comprehensive and informative article available on internet. :)club dance song.

As a tribute to Gauhar Kanpuri, here is the fifth and final song from “Zakhmee”(1975). This song is sung by Rafi, Kishore Kumar, Bappi Lahiri and chorus. the song is picturised as a club dance song. It is picturised on Rakesh Roshan, Tariq, Reena Roy and many others.

Gauhar Kanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Bappi Lahiri.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

With this song, “Zakhmee”(1975) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.

Audio

Video

Song-Nothing is impossible (Zakhmee)(1975) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Rafi, Bappi Lahiri, Lyrics-Gauhar Kanpuri, MD-Bappi Lahiri
Male chorus
Female chorus
All Chorus
(Rafi+Kishore Kumar)

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

ae nothing is impossible
babbaa babbaaa baabbaa baaa baaa baaaaaaaaaa baabaaa
aahaa haaa haaaa aaa hhaaa
baabbaa baaabbaaa baabbaa
aa haaa haaa haaa aaa haaa

yyaaa yyaa yaa yaaa yyaaayyaa
yyaaa yyaa yaa yaaa yyaa
yyaaa yyaa yaa yaaa yyaa
yyaaa yyaa yaa yaaa yyaa

nothing is impossible
waa waa waa waa waaa waa waa (roo rooo rooo roo)
kehtaa hoon main sach bilkul
waa waa waa waa waaa wwaaawa (roo rooo rooo roo)
nothing is impossible
waa waa waa waa waaa wwaaawa (roo rooo rooo roo)
kehtaa hoon main sach bilkul
waa waa waa waa waaa wwaaawa (roo rooo rooo roo)

hey ae ae ae ae aen aen
aao yaaron dance karein

waa waaa waaa waa waaawwa
rhythm pe romance karein haaa hhhaaaa
waa waa waa waa waaa wwaaawa
aao yaaron dance karein
waa waa waa waa waaa wwaaawa
rhythm pe romance karein
waa waa waa waa waaa wwaaawa
naacho meri jaan
waa waa waa (roooo rooo
ae come on come on
rooo rooo rooo ro roooo rooooo

nothing is impossible
waa waa waa waa waaa wwaaawa (roo rooo rooo)
kehtaa hoon main sach bilkul
waa waa waa waa waaa wwaaawa (roo rooo rooo)
nothing is impossible
waa waa waa waa waaa wwaaawa (roo rooo rooo)

hhaaa hhaaa hhhaaa hhhaaa hhaa hhaaa hhhaaa

hey ae ae
hey hey ae ae
hooo ooo hooo huh
hhaaa aaaa

roooooo roooooo
laa roo roo
laa roo rooo
rooo rooooooo
laa roo roo
laa roo rooo

naachen lay pe ae
goraa kaalaa
har dilwaali
har dilwalaa (aaaaaa)
aaaa…aaaaa…aaaa
aaj to yaaron
josh mein aao
patthar pighlein
aissey gaao

naacho meri jaan
roo roo rooo rooo oo ooo
hey ae come on come on
roo roo rooo roooo roo roo rooo

nothing is impossible
bbaa bbaa baaa bbaaa
kehtaa hoon main sach bilkul
bbaa bbaa baaa bbaaa bbbaaa
nothing is impossible
rooo rooo rooo roo rooooo rooo

hhhaaa hhhaaa hhhaaaaa hhaa hhhaaaaa hha hha hha

yaa yaaa yaaa yyyaa yyaaa yyaaa yaa yaaaaaaaaa
aei
yaa yaaa yaaa yyyaa yyaaa yyaaa yaa yaaaaaaa

boyz and girls
yaa yaaa yaaa yyyaa yyaaa yyaaa yaa yaaa
ladkon aur ladkiyon (yaaa yaaa yaaa yaaa)
come on come on (yaaa yaaa yaaaaa)
let`s dance please
hee heee (yaa yaaa yaaa yyyaa yyaaa yyaaa yaa yaaa)

naach rahi hai ae
duniyaa saari
chhupp chhupp kyun hai ae
ye bechaari
ahhaaa hhaa hhaaa

oyye hoyye hoyye hoye
oyye hoyye hoyye hoye
hhee hee hee hheee

pehle iss ko
mood mein laao
saaz ki lay ko
aur badhaao
buck up

naacho meri jaan
roo roo roo roooo oooo
hhaaa hhaaa aaa
come on come on

hey
nothing is impossible
nothing is impossible
kehtaa hoon main sach bilkul
kehtaa hoon main sach bilkul
hoyye
aao yaaron dance karein

aao yaaron dance karein
rhythm pe romance karein
rhythm pe romance karein
naacho meri jaan
naacho meri jaan
ae come on come on
come on come on
o o come on come on
come on come on

baby

haa haaa hhaa hhhaaaa hoo hoo
(whistling & cheering sound)

(Musical piece)


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“Sipahiya”(1949) was directed by Aspi for Super Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Madhubala, Yaakoob, Agha, Husn Bano, Altaf, Kanhaiyya Lal, Jillo Bai, Ghulam Rasool, Amirbai, M K Hasan etc in it.
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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.

Hullo to all in Atuldom

What is the significance of 27th June in the life of Hindi film music lovers? No need to wreck your brains. It is R D Burman’s 76th birthday. Here is a song that should have been on our blog a long time ago. I mean our blog will be 7 years old in less than a month and this song is yet to be posted OMG!!!
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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.

VINTAGE SHAMSHAD BEGUM…..Song No. – 9
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Today’s song is from the film Girls school-49. It is a duet sung by Shamshad Begum and Chitalkar.
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“Ham Ek Hain” (1946) was a Prabhat Film Company Limited Production. It was directed by P L Santoshi.

This movie was the debut movie of Dev Anand, Rehman, Rane, Rehana and Kamla Kotnis. Today this movie is known for Dev Anand, but he had only played a smaller role. The biggest name of this movie at that time was Durga Khote, who played the matriarch who, in addition to her own son (played by Dev Anand) adopts boys of different religions as well as a girl of the lower caste and brings them up as her own kids. It is easy to guess that this movie was the inspiration behind lots of subsequent movies espousing the theme of unity in diversity. The name of “Amar Akbar anthony” (1977) readily comes to mind.
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VINTAGE SHAMSHAD BEGUM…..Song No.-8
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Today’s song is a Quartet of Shamshad begum with Lata, Chitalkar and Rafi, from the film-Roshni-1949.
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It was produced by P L Santoshi under the banner of ARVIND AND ANAND FILMS, BOMBAY. This movie had Rehana, Jawahar Kaul, Mumtaz Ali, Radha Kishan, Tiwari, Ram Singh, Srinath, Baba Raja, Abbas Rizvi, Harun, Deshraj, Shanta Kunwar, Indira, Neelam, Mona, Kamal Rani, Usha, Chanchal Kumari, Kalpana, V H Desai, Leela Mishra etc in it.
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This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, 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.

He was a freedom fighter, a revolutionary, a journalist, a parliamentarian and a poet. He was associated with Indian National Congress, Communist Party of India and later Indian Muslim League. Bal Gangadhar Tilak was his mentor. He was the man behind coining the slogan ‘Inquilab Zindabad’. He was a member of Constituent Assembly for drafting the constitution of independent India. He was a devoutly muslim who made his annual pilgrimage to Mecca. But he also made it a point to visit Mathura on Krishna Janmashtmi day. He described himself as:

darwesh o inquilab maslak hai mera
Sufi Momin hoon and ishtiraaki muslim

(I have chosen a path of asceticism and revolution. I am a Sufi Momin and a socialist Muslim).

He was Maulana Hasrat Mohani.
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VINTAGE SHAMSHAD BEGUM…..Song No- 5
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1947 was an important year not only for the Nation, but also for the Film industry that sadly said ‘Good Bye’ to many of its popular Muslim artistes, who chose to migrate to the new nation PAKISTAN, created on the basis of Religion. The departure of many talented and popular, successful artistes and technicians was an immediate blow to the film industry, but the void thus created was soon filled up with its own personnel ‘waiting in the wings’ to take over. India never had a shortage of talented people, but it was Pakistan, who faced problems in establishing its New Film Industry. Their major problem was shortage of Financiers and Producers-who were mostly Hindus and who either shifted to India or got killed in the riots and their studios were burnt down by the rioters.
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