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Atul’s Song A Day- A choice collection of Hindi Film & Non-Film Songs


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.

Blog Day : 3508 Post No. : 14097

The film ‘Pyaase Dil’, from 1974 is an unfamiliar and obscure entity. However, not for the readers of this blog. This film has been discussed briefly, and not so briefly, in the three posts of the songs of this film that have appeared so far on this blog. The film has a total of four songs. This post brings forth the fourth and the final song of this film on to the blog today. I am sure the word is already in the mind and lips of the regulars, and I do not have to spell out Yippeee, to mark this event.

The earlier songs that have been posted on the blog are

Ye Dilnasheen Nazaare Karte Hain Kyaa Ishaare Pyaase Dil 6060 6-Jun-12
Jhukti Ghata Hamse Kahe Pyaase Dil 8558 19-Aug-13
Tum Mehekti Jawaan Chandni Ho Pyaase Dil 8605 29-Aug-13

As far as the film is concerned, there is nothing remarkable to be discussed, and maybe nothing remains in the collective public memory about it. But for the music. The songs that this film has, are all memorable, despite the fact that one is still surprised to hear the name of the film connecting to the songs. But well, it has to be. Music compositions are by Khaiyyaam, and the lyrics are written by Jaan Nissar Akhtar. Mukesh has rendered two of the four songs in this film. The third is a duet with Mahendra Kapoor and Jagjit Kaur, and the fourth is a chorus song led by Jagjit Kaur. With this combination, the songs indeed have to be remarkable, although they do nothing much for the film.

The storyline of the film in brief.

Poonam (role played by Alka) lives in a village with her mother (role played by Leela Misra). Together they run a small tea shop in the village. Poonam’s mother is in debt of the local Seth (role played by Maruti). Raja (role played by Aziz Mirza) is a truck driver who fancies Poonam. Romance happens, and they fall in love. Raja promises Poonam’s mother that he will help to payback the Seth’s debt, before he sits in the wedding pandal with her daughter. He gets a dangerous assignment to deliver explosives at a construction site in the hills. It is the day of his wedding. He is returning from his last delivery trip, when his truck meets with an accident, and he is hospitalized.

When Raja does not turn up for the wedding, Poonam’s mother has a heart attack and she passes away. The Seth now wants Poonam married to his son. But the son is aware that Poonam is already carrying Raja’s child before marriage, and he helps her to run escape from the village. After three months, when Raja returns, he finds no tea shop, and no trace of Poonam.

After giving birth to a son, Poonam takes the child to a distant town. In the night, she places the child at the feet of a portrait of Jesus in a missionary hospital, and hides herself. The nursing staff discovers the child, and informs Dr. Joseph (role played by Pichoo Kapoor), who is the head of the hospital. Dr. Joseph decides that the hospital will adopt the child. The next day, Poonam, claiming her name to be Asha, also appears at his office, and begs for any work at the hospital. Dr Joseph, sensing a connection, allows her to stay as a cleaning woman.

Years pass. The child is now five years old. Poonam/Asha has worked hard to become a nurse at the hospital. At this juncture, Dr. Anand (role played by Yash Tandon) joins the hospital, leaving a lucrative job in a large city. He takes a fancy to both the child, and the nurse Asha. The child thus far knows Asha only as Didi, as he is not yet aware that she is actually his mother. Romance develops between the doctor and the nurse, and the things start moving towards matrimony, as Anand takes Asha home to meet his mother.

A train accident happens close to the hospital, and many injured patients are brought in. Destiny brings Raja also to this hospital, as one of the injured passengers, who has lost his eyesight in the accident. He recuperates, and Anand decides to attempt a difficult operation to restore Raja’s eyesight. In the intervening time, Raja senses something familiar in the voice and touch of the nurse Asha, and Asha realizes that he is her Raja, once the bandages come off his face. The dilemma becomes more complicated, as Raja figures out that Asha is his Poonam, and that he is the father of the child. He also realizes that Anand and Asha/Poonam are getting married.

The eye operation happens. On the day that the bandages are removed, he pretends that the operation has failed and he has not recovered his eyesight. And after some days, feigning blindness, but otherwise fit, he leaves the hospital with a blind man’s walking stick. During his stay, he has had conversations with Anand, about his past. As the story progresses, Anand also figures out the truth, and he confronts Asha. In the conversation he reveals that he is aware of the relationship between Raja, Asha/Poonam and the child. Unknown to them, the child is also listening to the conversation, and he comes to know that the blind patient Raja is his father. He runs away from the hospital, chasing the departed Raja who is pretending to be blind. Anand runs after the child.

The child reaches close to Raja, on a road that has vehicular traffic also. The child comes close to being hit by a vehicle, when Raja, throwing away his stick, rescues the child. Anand also reaches at that moment; all secrets on all sides are now in the open. The happy ending is that the family of Raja, Poonam and child are finally united. But Anand is left alone.

The one important sticky point in this story that makes it un-convincing is that when Asha/Poonam realizes the identity of the patient to be her lost bridegroom-to-be, she should happily reclaim both him and the child. Her silence at this juncture is not explicable. Except that the film would have been shorter by another 30 minutes. 🙂

Today’s song is a wedding song, in which the sahelis of the bride are teasing her. The words tell of the beauty and the comeliness of the bride, about the anxiety of the wait for the groom’s arrival, and also tease her about how her beau will embrace and kiss her. The singing voice is of Jagjit Kaur, accompanied by chorus.

On screen, the song is performed by, well I need help here to identify the lead singer. Is she Prema Narayan? I request other knowledgeable readers and friends to please help to identify her. We also see Alka, dressed up as the bride and waiting for the groom’s arrival. The groom, actor Aziz Mirza,  appears for brief moments intermittently, as he is heading back to his village riding the truck that he drives. For a brief moment we also see Benjamin Gilani, seated amongst the guests. He is the best friend of the groom, and he too is anxiously awaiting the arrival of the groom.

The film is produced under the banner of New Ashok International, and is directed by Charandas Shokh. The star case consist of Yash Tandan, Aziz Mirza, Alka, Benjamin Gilani, Kumud Tripathi, Leela Mishra, Pinchoo Kapoor, Maruti, Shyama, Master Teeto. The songs of the film are penned by Jaan Nisaar Akhtar and the music composition is by Khaiyyaam Sb.

With this post, the film ‘Pyaase Dil’ now joins the select group of films with all songs posted here.

Song – Sakhi Ri Sharmaaye Dulhan Saj Ban Ke  (Pyaase Dil) (1974) Singer – Jagjit Kaur, Lyrics – Jaan Nisaar Akhtar, MD – Khaiyyaam
Chorus

Lyrics

sakhi ri sharmaaye
dulhan saj ban ke
sakhi ri sharmaaye
dulhan saj ban ke
main waari hothon ki laali par
phoolon bhari baali par
nainon ki pyaali par
angiya ki jaali par
ghazab kare haaye badan tan tan ke
sakhi ri sharmaaye
dulhan saj ban ke

khushboo ye haaron ki
solah singaaron ki
laage najriya gori
tujhko sitaaron ki
ho tujhko sitaaron ki
khushboo ye haaron ki
solah singaaron ki
laage najriya gori
tujhko sitaaron ki
ho tujhko sitaaron ki
ke pad gaye shor
tere joban ke
sakhi ri sharmaaye
dulhan saj ban ke

bolun main gori se
socha hai chori se
jaldi se aaye miley
chanda chakori se
ho chanda chakori se
bolun main gori se
socha hai chori se
jaldi se aaye miley
chanda chakori se
ho chanda chakori se
ke baithe hareyaan sapne sajan ke
sakhi ri sharmaaye
dulhan saj ban ke

dheere se aaye ke
ghunghata uthaaye ke
choomenge sajna tujhe
garwa lagaaye ke
ho garwa lagaaye ke
dheere se aaye ke
ghunghata uthaaye ke
choomenge sajna tujhe
garwa lagaaye ke
ho garwa lagaaye ke
ke gave mann geet
madhur milan ke
ke gave mann geet
madhur milan ke

main waari hothon ki laali par
phoolon bhari baali par
nainon ki pyaali par
angiya ki jaali par
ghazab kare haaye badan tan tan ke
sakhi ri sharmaaye
dulhan saj ban ke

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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सखी री शरमाये
दुल्हन साज बन के
सखी री शरमाये
दुल्हन साज बन के
मैं वारी होठों की लाली पर
फूलों भरी बाली पर
नैनों की प्याली पर
अंगिया की जाली पर
ग़ज़ब करे हाए बदन तन तन के
सखी री शरमाये
दुल्हन साज बन के

खुशबू ये हारों की
सोलह सिंगारों की
लागे नजरिया गोरी
तुझको सितारों की
हो तुझको सितारों की
खुशबू ये हारों की
सोलह सिंगारों की
लागे नजरिया गोरी
तुझको सितारों की
हो तुझको सितारों की
के पड़ गए शोर
तेरे जोबन के
सखी री शरमाये
दुल्हन साज बन के

बोलूँ मैं गोरी से
सोचा है चोरी से
जल्दी से आए मिले
चंदा चकोरी से
हो चंदा चकोरी से
बोलूँ मैं गोरी से
सोचा है चोरी से
जल्दी से आए मिले
चंदा चकोरी से
हो चंदा चकोरी से
के बैठे हरेआन सपने सजन के
सखी री शरमाये
दुल्हन साज बन के

धीरे से आए के
घुंघटा उठाए के
चूमेंगे सजना तुझे
गरवा लगाए के
हो गरवा लगाए के
धीरे से आए के
घुंघटा उठाए के
चूमेंगे सजना तुझे
गरवा लगाए के
हो गरवा लगाए के
के गावे मन गीत
मधुर मिलन के
के गावे मन गीत
मधुर मिलन के

मैं वारी होठों की लाली पर
फूलों भरी बाली पर
नैनों की प्याली पर
अंगिया की जाली पर
ग़ज़ब करे हाए बदन तन तन के
सखी री शरमाये
दुल्हन साज बन के

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Blog Day : 3508 Post No. : 14096

Today, 24th February is the birth anniversary of Talat Mehmood (born 1924).

There are approximately 650 film songs identified, as being sung by him. It is a known fact that during the decade of 1950s, Talat Sb spent more of his energies in trying to establish himself as an actor-singer. He had the presence and the looks of a leading hero, plus a voice that at one time had stolen the hearts of film goers and listeners. But the on-screen combination somehow did never strike a rapport with the audience, getting only a lukewarm reception at the box office. Rising from the mid 1940s along with the other mainstream singers, he allowed his ratings as a playback singer to falter, in his effort to be a singing start. Now, it is just a matter of speculation how the history of Hindi films and Hindi film music could have been different, had some different choices had been made by Talat Sb.

In this context, it is very interesting to note that the decade of 1950 evolved in the manner it did – given that some leading singers made some different choices. The other names that come to mind are Mukesh, and Kishore Kumar. Mukesh also focused his energies on becoming an actor, for a good part of the early half of 1950s. Similarly, Kishore Kumar did not focus on being a dedicated playback singer – he also first went the actor route to establish himself in the industry. It is recognized that he was successful to a great extent to establish himself as an actor of some merit and popular following, with a continuous string of films that mattered. But even for him, his career as an actor eclipsed by mid 1960s, and his decision to come into his own as a playback singer in late 1960s, did wonders of a different type in his career. And so the debate about ‘What if. . .’ applied to these three singers is interesting, but of course a moot exercise. The history of Hindi film music is what it is. The choices had been made.

Today’s song has been sent in by Avinash ji. The film is ‘Samaapti’ from 1949. The film is produced at the Calcutta center, under the banner of Uma Productions, and is directed by Amar Mullick. The star cast of the film is briefly listed in the Geet Kosh as Talat Mehmood, Bharti Devi, Heeralal and Sunder. Given that Talat Mehmood is starring in this film, this song most likely is picturized on himself.

The film has 8 songs listed. Music direction is by Timir Baran. The lyricist name is listed for six of the songs – Pandit Bhushan. Two of these songs, including this one, are solo renderings by Talat Sb, two are solo songs by Suprabha Sarkar, and two are duets of Talat and Suprabha Sarkar. Information about the lyricists and singers of the remaining two songs is not available.

A light hearted song of happiness, that tells about the heart singing like a bird – rendered so effortlessly by Talat Sb. Listen and enjoy.

 


Song – Mann Ki Maina Bol Rahi Hai (Samaapti) (1949) Singer – Talat Mehmood, Lyrics – Pandit Bhushan, MD – Timir Baran

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

mann ki maina bol rahi hai
boley mann ki maina
mann ki maina bol rahi hai
boley mann ki maina
uski boli har leti hai
mere mann ka chaina aa
mere mann ka chaina aa aa
bol rahi hai
boley mann ki maina
mann ki maina bol rahi hai
boley mann ki maina aa

desh mein wo jaane ko kehti
jahaan prem ki ganga behti..ee
kaanon mein aa kar ras gholen
kaanon mein aa kar ras gholen
kisi ke meethe baina
bol rahi hai
boley mann ki maina
mann ki maina bol rahi hai
boley mann ki maina

wahaan ek bholi..ee matwaali..ee
sundar nain nachaaye
wahaan ek bholi..ee matwaali..ee
sundar nain nachaaye
koyal ki si pal pal kooke
hans hans phool khilaaye
koyal ki si pal pal kooke
hans hans phool khilaaye
use dekhne ko..o
ab mere
tadap rahe hai naina
bol rahi hai
boley mann ki maina
mann ki maina bol rahi hai
boley mann ki maina

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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मन कि मैना बोल रही है
बोले मन कि मैना
मन कि मैना बोल रही है
बोले मन कि मैना
उसकी बोली हर लेती है
मेरे मन का चैना॰॰आ
मेरे मन का चैना॰॰आ
बोल रही है
बोले मन कि मैना
मन कि मैना बोल रही है
बोले मन कि मैना आ

देश में वो जाने को कहती
जहां प्रेम कि गंगा बहती॰॰ई
कानों में आकर रस घोलें
कानों में आकर रस घोलें
किसीके मीठे बैना
बोल रही है
बोले मन कि मैना
मन कि मैना बोल रही है
बोले मन कि मैना

वहाँ एक भोली॰॰ई मतवाली॰॰ई
सुन्दर नैन नचाये
वहाँ एक भोली॰॰ई मतवाली॰॰ई
सुन्दर नैन नचाये
कोयल कि सी पल पल कूके
हंस हंस फूल खिलाये
कोयल कि सी पल पल कूके
हंस हंस फूल खिलाये
उसे देखने को॰॰ओ
अब मेरे
तड़प रहे है नैना
बोल रही है
बोले मन कि मैना
मन कि मैना बोल रही है
बोले मन कि मैना


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Blog Day : 3508 Post No. : 14095

“Jugnu”(1973) was produced and directed by Pramod Chakraborty for Pramod Films, Bombay. The movie had Dharmendra, Hema Malini, Pran, Prem Chopra, Manmohan, Raj Mehra, Lalita Pawar, Nazeer Hussain, Randheer, Shameem, Asha Potdar, Kamal Kapoor, Brahm Bhardwaj, Kanu Roy, Rajan Kapoor, Paresh Nanda, Khursheed, Ratan Gaurang, Birbal, Sabeena, Mona, Parwez, Master Alankar, Master Ravi, Master Satyajit, Bhanumati, Shyam Kumar, Fakira, with special appearances by Sujit Kumar, Sonia Sahni, Ajit, Dhumal, Jayshree T and Mehmood.

The movie, though described as a “social” movie, was a crime thriller. The movie had six songs in it. Four of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fifth song from “Jugnu”(1973) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by S D Burman.

The song is picturised as a rain song cum female drunkaard song cum expression of love song on Hema Malini and Dharmendra.


Song-Jaane kya pilaaya toone bada maza aaya (Jugnu)(1973) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-S D Burman

Lyrics

hmm hmm
jaane kya pilaaya toone
bada maza aaya
jaane kya pilaaya toone
bada maza aaya
jhoom uthhi re main mastaani deewaani jaani
jaane kya pilaaya toone
bada maza aaya

paayal nahin ghunghru nahin
chham chham kaise ye hone lagi
dhoondho mujhe main khone lagi
ho paayal nahin ghunghru nahin
chham chham kaise ye hone lagi
dhoondho mujhe main khone lagi
hua kya mujhe
ui tauba
main na jaani
jhoom uthhi re main mastaani deewaani jaani
jaane kya pilaaya toone
bada maza aaya

aisa laga
toone piya
kheencha najariya ki dor se
dhadka mera dil
zor zor se
hmm
aisa laga toone piya
kheencha najariya ki dor se
dhadka mera dil
zor zor se
tera naam leke boli
meri jawaani
jhoom uthhi re main mastaani deewaani jaani
jaane kya pilaaya toone
bada maza aaya

hmm
hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm
mere balam
mere nazar
maare sharam ke jhukne lage
chalta zamaana rukne lage
hmm
mere balam mere nazar
maare sharam ke jhukne lage
chalta zamaana rukne lage
aise waqt chheda koi aisi kahaani
jhoom uthhi re main mastaani deewaani jaani
jaane kya pilaaya toone
bada maza aaya
jaane kya pilaaya toone
bada maza


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Blog Day : 3508 Post No. : 14094

“Naag Champa”(1976) was directed by S N Tripathi for for Chitrakunj, Bombay. This kalpnik (fantasy) movie had Kanan Kaushal, Shahi Kapoor, Ramesh Deo, B. M. Vyas, Gopi Krishan, Jai Shree T., Meena T., Padma Khanna, Jairaj, Leela Mishra, Sona, Azad, Master Alankar, Bhagwan Dada, S. N. Tripathi etc in it.

This movie, not to be confused with “Naag Champa”(1958) had six songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Naag Champa”(1976) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Bharat Vyas is the lyricist. Music is composed by S N tripathi.

The song is picturised on Padma Khanna and Shaahi Kapoor (a look alike of Shashi Kapoor).

With this song, “Naag Champa”(1976) makes its debut in the blog.


Been baja mere mast sapere (Naag Champa)(1976) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-S N Tripathi

Lyrics

been baja
been baja mere mast sapere
main naachoon ban naaginiya
teri naaginiya
madhur madhur
madhur madhur teri sargam par
jhanak jhanak baaje paijaniya
meri paijaniya
ho ji ho o ho
ho ji ho o ho
ho ji ho
ho o been baja

rut hai basanti
main raswanti
ho o
rut hai basanti
main raswanti
ras se bhara hai tu rasiya
ho ho ho o
main hoon tere sapnon ki raani
main hun tere sapnon ki raani
tu hai mera man basiya
aaja pyaar karen
ho aaja pyaar karen hil mil hum
dekh ke jhoom uthhe duniya
jhoome duniya
been baja mere mast sapere
main naachoon ban naginiya
teri naaginiya
madhur madhur teri sargam par
jhanak jhanak baje paijaniya
meri paijaniya
ho ji ho ho ho
ho ji ho ho ho
ho ji ho
ho o been baja

tera mera pyaar amar hai
ho o tera mera pyaar amar hai
pyaar ka taar ye toote na
ho ho ho ho
janam janam ka saathh hamaara aa
janam janam ka saathh hamaara
saath kabhi ye chhute na
nain se nain laga
ho nain se nain laga
ras peele
chhalak rahi teri kaaminiya
teri kaaminiya
been baja mere mast sapere
main nachu ban naginiya
teri naginiya
madhur madhur teri sargam par
jhanak jhanak baaje paijaniya
meri paijaniya
ho ji ho ho ho
ho ji ho ho ho
ho ji ho
ho o been baja


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.

Blog Day : 3507 Post No. : 14093

Mohammed Rafi – Duets – ‘अ’  से  ‘ह’ तक  (From ‘अ’ to ‘ह’) – 6
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‘ओ’ – ओ तेरा छुप छुप के चले आना

मेरी आवाज़ ही पहचान है
गर याद रहे

जी, अब तो सिर्फ आवाज़ ही सहारा है। और यादें। ज़िंदगी काश कुछ अरसा पहले मिली होती॰ ॰ ॰

Rafi Sb never shied away from giving playback to any actor, no matter the age, the role, or even stature in the industry. He would gladly lend his voice to new comers, as well as to lesser known artists, be they the onscreen debutants, or be they new or less popular music directors and lyricists. At times, he would even accept a very nominal amount, or even zero amount, as his fee, when a producer apologetically mentioned about his financial circumstances. Such stories are legion in the industry.

Today’s song is a ‘romantic’ duet from the 1965 film ‘Sangraam’. It is a love song, in a manner of speaking – however it is picturized on the pair that forms the ‘comic side plot’ or CSP in the film. The actors performing this song online are Maruti and Aruna Irani.

The film is produced under the banner of Film India, Bombay and is directed by Babubhai Mistry. This film is another Dara Singh starrer, and its cast of actor is listed as Dara Singh, Geetanjali, Randhawa, Swarn Kumari, Maruti, Aruna Irani, Uma Dutt, Ratnamala, Mridula, Vishwas Kunte, Amrit Rana, Yunus Parvez, Baijnath, Helen, and King Kong. The music is from the trio of music directors – Lala, Asar and Sattaar. The songs of this film are written by Aish Kanwal and Madhukar Rajasthani, and this song today is from the pen of the latter.

Comic side plot in Hindi films is akin to the concept of ‘comic relief’ of the stage and theatre dramatics. In many films, not just Hindi, but in other regional cinema also, we find that the hero has a friend or a sidekick, who in turn has a secondary storyline running in parallel with the storyline of the hero. The highlight of this storyline is the romantic angle which involves one of the supporting actresses in the film, generally a friend of the heroine. This side plot progresses alongside the main storyline. Mostly, the male protagonist in this side plot is a comedian. And the relative importance of the comedian actor, of the role played, and of the side plot itself is measured by whether this side plot pair gets to perform a song on screen. In most films, we find that yes, this side plot romantic pair gets to sing at least one, and occasionally, even more than one songs.

In this film, the side plot players are Maruti and Aruna Irani. And they have a song to play. Romance is being expressed, albeit in the typical comic style of Maruti, with a discussion on possibilities of a marital alliance thrown in for good measure. Rafi Sb’s voice is accompanied by Kamal Barot. And we get to hear a treat of an entertaining duet – romance in the side plot alleys. Enjoy.

 

 

Song – O Tera Chhup Chhup Ke Chale Aana (Sangraam) (1965) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Kamal Barot, Lyrics – Madhukar Rajasthani, MD – Lala-Asar-Sattaar
Mohammed Rafi + Kamal Barot

Lyrics

o tera chhup chhup ke chale aana
mera jhatpat se machal jaana
o tera is dil pe ghazab dhaana
meri aankhon mein utar jaana
haaye
ram kasam is milne mein
bada mazaa aayega
o tera chhup chhup ke chale aana
o tera is dil pe ghazab dhaana

mere pyaar ka bole kabootar
ghum o ghum o ghum o ghum
mere pyaar ka bole kabootar
ghum o ghum o ghum
aur kisi ko dena chakkar
yoon yoon yoon yoon
aur kisi ko dena chakkar
yoon yoon yoon
achha nahin dil ko jalaana
hoye haaye
haaye haaye
mushqil hai baat banaana
oo oo oo oo oo
maan ja meri baanki chameli
chhod de ab tadpaana
o tera is dil pe ghazab dhaana
meri aankhon mein utar jaana
ho tera chhup chhup ke chale aana
mera jhatpat se machal jaana
ho ram kasam is milne mein
bada mazaa aayega
o tera chhup chhup ke chale aana
o tera is dil pe ghazab dhaana

shaadi kar len ab hum pakki
chal chal chal chal
shaadi kar len ab hum pakki
o chal o chal o chal
babul se tu kar le nakki
kal kal kal kal
babul se tu kar le nakki
kal kal kal
gar usne kaha na maana
haaye haaye haaye
hoye hoye
main chhodoon saara zamaana
aa aa aa aaa
dekh rangeeli badal gai to

zehar padega khaana
haan
o tera is dil pe ghazab dhaana
meri aankhon mein utar jaana
ho tera chhup chhup ke chale aana
mera jhatpat se machal jaana
hoye oo ooye
ram kasam is milne mein
bada mazaa aayega
o tera chhup chhup ke chale aana
o tera is dil pe ghazab dhaana

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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ओ तेरा छुप छुप के चले आना
मेरा झटपट से मचल जाना
ओ तेरा इस दिल पे ग़ज़ब ढाना
मेरी आँखों में उतर जाना
हाए
राम कसम  इस मिलने में
बड़ा मज़ा आएगा
ओ तेरा छुप छुप के चले आना
ओ तेरा इस दिल पे ग़ज़ब ढाना

मेरे प्यार का बोले कबूतर
घूं ओ घूं ओ घूं ओ घूं
मेरे प्यार का बोले कबूतर
घूं ओ घूं ओ घूं
और किसी को देना चक्कर
यूं यूं यूं यूं
और किसी को देना चक्कर
यूं यूं यूं
अच्छा नहीं दिल को जलाना
होय हाए
हाए हाये
मुश्किल है बात बनाना
ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ
मान जा मेरी बाँकी चमेली
छोड़ दे अब तड़पाना
ओ तेरा इस दिल पे ग़ज़ब ढाना
मेरी आँखों में उतर जाना
ओ तेरा छुप छुप के चले आना
मेरा झटपट से मचल जाना
हो राम कसम इस मिलने में
बड़ा मज़ा आएगा
ओ तेरा छुप छुप के चले आना
ओ तेरा इस दिल पे ग़ज़ब ढाना

शादी कर लें अब हम पक्की
चल चल चल चल
शादी कर लें अब हम पक्की
ओ चल ओ चल ओ चल
बाबुल से तू कर ले नक्की
कल कल कल कल
बाबुल से तू कर ले नक्की
कल कल कल
गर उसने कहा ना माना
हाए हाए हाये
होय होय
मैं छोड़ूँ सारा ज़माना
आ आ आ आ
देख रंगीली बादल गई तो
जहर पड़ेगा खाना
हाँ
ओ तेरा इस दिल पे ग़ज़ब ढाना
मेरी आँखों में उतर जाना
ओ तेरा छुप छुप के चले आना
मेरा झटपट से मचल जाना
होय ओ ओए
राम कसम इस मिलने में
बड़ा मज़ा आएगा
ओ तेरा छुप छुप के चले आना
ओ तेरा इस दिल पे ग़ज़ब ढाना


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Blog Day : 3507 Post No. : 14092

Today’s song is from film ‘Pehla Aadmi’ from 1950.

India became an independent nation on 15th August, 1947. It saw the end of about 100 years of protest, riots, mutinies and revolutionary attacks on the British Raj, who had ruled us for so many years – 190 years, to be exact. That is after Robert Clive won the battle of Plassey in 1757. Besides political upheaval, independence had different impact on different people in India.

Firstly, those millions of freedom fighters who were busy 24 x 7, shouting, protesting and marching against the British, suddenly had no work no do. They faced a big void in their life. Those students who had left their education half way to join the freedom struggle found that they were nowhere now. No education, no jobs and no activity. This led to finding ways of making quick money – like black marketing, political exploitation of the society to make quick bucks, illegal activities etc.

Secondly, the writers and authors who were suppressed and prohibited from writing anti-British articles or even patriotic songs and dramas, found that they now could do so, but there were no takers. The relevance of such writings was lost because India was independent now.

Thirdly, the film makers, who could not express their patriotic urges through films were now free to make such films. There was no need to be symbolic now. Direct expressions were now allowed without restraint.

Even in the patriotism or the independence struggle, there were two divisions. One, which followed the footsteps and teaching of Ahimsa by Mahatma Gandhi and two, was the revolutionary explosive type who believed in bloodshed, punishment and overthrowing the rulers by weapons. For making a film the Gandhi ji’s way was too mild, without any drama, suspense or heroism. So it was the revolutionary way to independence struggle which was opted by film makers. There were many films about freedom struggle – Bhagat Singh and Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, but very few on Gandhi ji’s teachings like ‘The Last Message’, ‘Ahimsa Path’ (both 1949) and some docu-films.

On the other hand, some films were made about the freedom struggle of revolutionaries like, ‘Azaadi Ki Raah Par’, ‘Desh Seva’, ‘Hua Savera’, ‘Refugee’, ‘Shaheed’, ‘Soldier’s Dream’ (all in 1948); ‘Apna Desh’, ‘Matrubhoomi’ (both in 1949); ‘Hindustan Hamara’, ‘Kashmir Hamara Hai’, ‘Pehla Aadmi’, ‘Samadhi’, (all in 1950); ‘Andolan’ (1951), ‘Anand Matth’ (1952) etc. As the euphoria diminished, such patriotic films too were made infrequently.

The life and times of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose has always fascinated every Indian. Despite the step motherly treatment and a total neglect many times by the Congress Party, Netaji occupies the number one position as a revolutionary, who had a clear goal, organisational skill, leadership qualities and a well cut out plan to achieve independence. But for the support of Congress leaders of the times, he sure would have achieved his target. Most Indians believe this even today. So, no wonder film makers made films on Netaji in every Indian language.

Calcutta’s New Theatres too did not lag behind and they made a film on the life and times of Netaji. The title of this film ‘Pehla Aadmi’ is very intriguing. To know the background of how this title was selected, let us go back a little and peep into history which few Indians know.

Subhash Chandra Bose as the Supreme Commander of Azad Hind Fauj (aka Indian National Army – INA) adopted in 1943, a variant of Purna Swaraj flag that included the words ‘AZAD’ on the saffron band on top, ‘HIND’ on the bottom green band and in the centre white band a ‘Springing Tiger’ in lieu of Gandhi ji’s ‘Charkha’, symbolising INA’s strength and their indomitable will to fight.

The Indian National Army was born during World War II. Originally, it was founded by Captain Mohan Singh in Singapore in September 1942 with Indian prisoners-of-war (POWs) held by the Japanese army in the Far East. This was with the support of the Indian Independence League, headed by expatriate nationalist leader Rash Behari Bose. However, the first INA was disbanded almost immediately in December 1942 after disagreements between Hikari Kikan and Mohan Singh, who came to believe that the Japanese High Command was using the INA as a mere pawn and propaganda tool. [Ed Note: The Hikari Kikan was the Japanese liaison office responsible for Japanese relations with the INA and the Azad Hind Government in exile.]

However, the idea of a liberation army was revived with the arrival of Subhas Chandra Bose in the Far East in 1943. In July, at a meeting in Singapore, Rash Behari Bose handed over control of the organization to Subhas Chandra Bose. Bose was able to reorganize the fledgling army and gained massive support among the expatriate Indian population in South East Asia, who supported the INA both financially, as well as by enlisting with the INA. At the peak of its activities, INA consisted of about 85,000 troops, including a separate women’s unit, the Rani of Jhansi Regiment, headed by Capt. Lakshmi Swaminathan (aka Capt. Lakshmi Sehgal). Under the leadership of Subhash Bose, this rejuvenated INA fought along with the Imperial Japanese Army against the British and Commonwealth forces in the campaigns in Burma, Assam, Imphal and Kohima, and later, against the successful Burma Campaign of the Allies. The INA stormed and captured the Andaman Islands, and had reached within shouting distance of Chittagong, when the Japanese army surrendered after the atomic bomb attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

Moirang in Manipur was the headquarters of INA. Colonel Shaukat Malik  hoisted the Tricolour for the first time on Indian soil on 19 March 1944, in Moirang with the help of Manipuris like Shri Mairembam Koireng Singh and others who were members of the INA. It is on this historical episode that Bimal Roy made the film ‘Pehla Aadmi’ in 1950.

The star cast of the film is Balraj Vij, Smriti Biswas, Pahadi Sanyal, Ashita Bose, Paul Mahendra, Zahar Roy, Heeralal, Asit Sen, Bela Bose etc.

Smriti Biswas, a protestant Bangla Christian was born in Calcutta on 17-2-1932. She studied in a Missionary girls’ school. Her father and mother both were Headmaster and Headmistress in other schools. Smriti had a liking for acting. When she was just 12 year old, she acted in film ‘Hamraahi’ (1945) and ‘Dwand’ (Bangla). When this was became at her home, she was put in another school. Later, the family shifted to Lahore. There Smriti acted in film ‘Ragni’ (1945), opposite Pran and also some other films.

After Partition, the family came to Delhi. Smriti met actor / producer / director Dr. SD Narang. He cast her in the film ‘Ek Aurat’ (1948) and Bangla film ‘Chinni Putul’, which became a hit. In 1951, Smriti shifted base to Bombay. According to her interviews, before coming to Bombay she had acted in 26 films. However no details are available for this. In 1953 she acted in ‘Shamsheer’ and also as a heroine opposite to Dev Anand in ‘Hum Safar’.

Though she was a star in Calcutta and Lahore, in Bombay she mostly got roles as a vamp or other supporting roles. She claims to have worked in 90 films. Some of her well known films are, ‘Dilli Ka Thug’, ‘Baap Re Baap’, ‘Bhaagam Bhag’, ‘Sailaab’, ‘Jaagte Raho’, ‘Aab e Hayaat’, ‘Hamdard’, ‘Teen Batti Chaar Raasta, ‘Abhimaan’, ‘Daaka’ etc .

Smriti was proficient in English, riding, swimming and cooking. She could play sitar, harmonium and guitar. She was very jolly like a tomboy. Smriti got married to Dr. SD Narang in 1960 and left films for ever. She gave birth to 2 sons. After the death of Dr. Narang in 1986, she gave her bungalow for development to a builder, who cheated her and she became homeless. She changed 28 houses in Bombay. She also lost her houses in Delhi and Mahabaleshwar due to crooked relatives. Finally, poor Smriti shifted to Nashik and has lived in a 500 sq.feet flat. Till last year she was in Nashik.

The story of ‘Pehla Aadmi’ was written by actor Nazir Hussain (ex INA), the lyrics were by Prakash (ex INA), and the music was by RC Boral. The film was directed by Bimal Roy, assisted by Hrishikesh Mukherjee. This was Bimal Roy’s last film with New Theatres. When he came to Bombay for the premier of the film, he met Hiten Chaudhari, who had worked in NT earlier. He was the first to leave NT and join Bombay Talkies in Bombay. Hiten took Bimal Roy to Bombay Talkies where he was offered the director’s position for the upcoming film ‘Maa’ (1952). Bimal Roy accepted it and settled in Bombay thereafter.

The story of ‘Pehla Aadmi’ is summarized below.

Vijay Kumar and Chaudhari are thick friends, living in Rangoon, Burma. They have a son Kumar and daughter Lata. The children fall in love when young, and decide to get married, with elders’ consent. The year is 1943. Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose arrives in Singapore and tours Far Eastern areas. He invites the youngsters to join his INA to serve the motherland.

Kumar decides to join INA and promises Lata that they will get married after the war is over.  Before going, Kumar’s father gives him a sword to use in the war. Kumar, after his training is over, is sent to the war front. During a battle, his leader is shot. Before dying he gives Indian flag to Kumar and asks him to hoist it after victory.

The battle is won by Kumar’s unit and Kumar proudly unfurls the Indian Flag first time on a liberated Indian town. He becomes the ‘Pehla Aadmi’ to do so. Unfortunately, after hoisting the flag Kumar is shot dead. His body is brought to Rangoon for last rites. Lata is weeping. Kumar’s collegue in the war tells Lata to fulfil Kumar’s job in liberating the country. Lata too joins INA. (No.650)

The film has 11 songs, as listed in the Geet Kosh. Today’s song is the second song on the blog. It is sung by Aparesh Lahiri and Sandhya Mukherjee. Aparesh Lahiri is the father of the jewellery laden music director Bhappi Lahiri. The video shows Balraj Vij and Smriti Biswas.

[Author’s Note: Acknowledgements and thanks to lallantop.com, mukundsathe.com, Harish Raghuvanshi ji, Wikipedia, HFGK and my notes.]

 


Song – Hum Chale Nai Duniya Rachne (Pehla Aadmi) (1950) Singer – Aparesh Lahiri, Sandhya Mukherjee, Lyrics – Prakash BA, Music – RC Boral

Lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)

hum chale
hum chale
hum chale nai duniya rachne
hum chale naya itihas liye
hum chale nai duniya rachne
hum chale naya itihas liye

wo raat andheri barkha ki
olay barse chamke bijli
wo raat andheri barkha ki
olay barse chamke bijli
par thaan liya jab mann me to
hum jaan pe apni khel chale

tum badho
tum badho
tum badho goliyaan phool banen
kante bhi tujhko dhool banen
tum badho goliyaan phool banen
kante bhi tujhko dhool banen
o janewale ja tu ja
bhagwan tumhara bhala kare
o janewale ja tu ja
bhagwan tumhara bhala kare
hum chale nai duniya rachne
hum chale naya itihas liye
hum chale nai duniya rachne
hum chale naya itihas liye

suraj pashchim mein ug aaye
ya chaand sitaare mit jaayen
suraj pashchim mein ug aaye
ya chaand sitaare mit jaayen
main asha deep
main asha deep jalaaye teri raah takun
tu aan miley
main asha deep jalaaye teri raah takun
tu aan miley

jaayenge
jaayenge
jaayenge ab hum tum mil kar
lo prem milan ke din aaye
hum chale
ha ha ha
hum chale

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हम चले
हम चले
हम चले नई दुनिया रचने
हम चले नया इतिहास लिए
हम चले नई दुनिया रचने
हम चले नया इतिहास लिए

वो रात अंधेरी बरखा की
ओले बरसें चमके बिजली
वो रात अंधेरी बरखा की
ओले बरसें चमके बिजली

तुम बढ़ो
तुम बढ़ो
तुम बढ़ो गोलियां फूल बनें
कांटे भी तुझको धूल बनें
तुम बढ़ो गोलियां फूल बनें
कांटे भी तुझको धूल बनें
ओ जाने वाले जा तू जा
भगवान तुम्हारा भला करे
ओ जाने वाले जा तू जा
भगवान तुम्हारा भला करे

हम चले नई दुनिया रचने
हम चले नया इतिहास लिए
हम चले नई दुनिया रचने
हम चले नया इतिहास लिए

सूरज पश्चिम में उग आए
या चाँद सितारे मिट जाएँ
सूरज पश्चिम में उग आए
या चाँद सितारे मिट जाएँ
मैं आशा दीप
मैं आशा दीप जलाए तेरी राह तकूँ
तू आन मिले
मैं आशा दीप जलाए तेरी राह तकूँ
तू आन मिले

जाएंगे
जाएंगे
जाएंगे अब हम तुम मिल कर
लो प्रेम मिलन के दिन आए
हम चले
हा हा हा
हम चले


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Blog Day : 3507 Post No. : 14091

‘Raja Harishchandra’ (1952) was produced by CM Trivedi and directed by Raman B Desai for Trivedi productions. The movie had Prem Adeeb and Sumitra Devi in lead roles, playing Raaja Harishchandra and his wife Taramati respectively. The movie also had Pravin Kumar, Gope, Moni Chatterji etc. in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Three of the songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fourth song from ‘Raja Harishchandra’ (1952) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Rafi. Husnlal Bhagatram are the music directors. As per the Geet Kosh, the songs of this film are written by four songwriters – Bharat Vyas, Ramesh Gupta, Gulshan Jalaalabaadi and Qamar Jalaalabaadi. However, the lyricist of the individual songs are not identified.

This is a philosophical song that is performed on screen by an old brahmin, as Raja Harishchandra and his family are shown suffering in this well known mythological tale of the satyawaadi raaja. Prem Adeeb and Sumitra Devi are visible in the picturisation of this song. The actor playing the role of the old brahmin singing this song is Bipin Gupta.


Song-Honhaar balwaan re manwa honhaar balwaan(Raja Harishchandra)(1952) Singer-Rafi, MD-Husnlal Bhagatram

Lyrics

honhaar balwaan re manwa
honhaar balwaan
honhaar balwaan re manwa
honhaar balwaan

pal mein raaja hoye bhikhaari
pal mein raaja hoye bhikhaari
nirdhan ho dhanwaan
vidhi ka lekh kabhi na mite
moorakh kare gumaan re manwa
honhaar balwaan re manwa
honhaar balwaan
honhaar balwaan re manwa
honhaar balwaan

kahin par dhoop kahin andhiyaara
kahin par dhoop kahin andhiyara
karam adheen vishv hai saara
karam adheer vishv hai saara
jad chetan muni maanav daanav
jad chetan muni maanav daanav
vidhi ka yahi vidhaan re manwa
honhaar balwaan re manwa
honhaar balwaan
honhaar balwaan re manwa
honhaar balwaan

bhaagy adheen bhatakte hain ye ae ae ae
sooraj chaand sitaare ae ae ae
karmyog se hi chalte hain
duniya ke kram saare
karm adheen badalte rahte
karm adheen badalte rahte hain yug yug bhagwaan re manwa
honhaar balwaan re manwa
honhaar balwaan
honhaar balwaan re manwa
honhaar balwaan
honhaar balwaan re manwa
honhaar balwaan
honhaar balwaan re manwa
honhaar balwaan


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Blog Day : 3507 Post No. : 14090

“Mela”(1971) was produced by A A Nadiadwala and directed by Prakash Mehra for A G Films Private Limited Bombay. The movie had Feroz Khan,Mumtaz,Sanjay Khan aka Sanjay,Rajender Nath, Randhir,Lalita Pawar,Master Sachin, Master Ratan, Ram Mohan, Nikita, Mumtaz Begum, Dulari, Kanan Kaushal(Guest Artiste),Brahm Bhardwaj,Raj Kishore, Bhushan Tiwari, Yunus Parvez, Baby Guddy, Bhalla, Mirza Musharraf, Uma Khosla, Ekram Kashmiri, Maqabool,Hari Shukla, Sushil Kumar, Munshi Munaqqa,Sadique etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Five of them have already appeared in the blog. Here are the details of the five songs that have been covered in the past.

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Rut hai milan ki 256 15-Nov-08
Gori ke haath mein jaise ye challaa 3721 1-Apr-11
Meri sakhiyon bolo 8090 17-May-13
Ek baar rakh de kadam zara jhoom ke 8097 19-May-13
Dekho re hua lahoo se lahoo kaise judaa 14083 21-Feb-18

Here is the sixth and final song from “Mela”(1971) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.

Picturisation shows Sanjay Khan leaving for the city in search of work and he is being given a send off, HFM style, by Mumtaz. 🙂

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

With this song, “Mela”(1971) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.

Video (Partial)

Audio (full)

Song-Kya soch raha re (Mela)(1971) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics (audio version) (Provided by Prakashchandra)

jaa naa
jaa jaa

kaa rey baabu
(sound -> ch ch ch ch ch)
(laughing sound)
kyaa soch rahaa rey
haan kyaa soch rahaa rey
jaa naa
jaa jaa na
le jaa mera pyaar
tere kaam aayega
kyaa soch rahaa rey
soch rahaa rey
jaa naa
jaa jaa naa
le jaa mera pyaar
tere kaam aayega..aa

(sound ->ch ch ch ch)

tujhe shehar jaana hai
raangeeli galiyon mein
bhanwraa bann ke ghoomega
kaagaz ki kaliyon mein
ho o
tujhe shehar jaana hai
raangeeli galiyon mein
bhanwraa bann ke ghoomega
kaagaz ki kaliyon mein
legi dil baaton hi baaton mein
koyee shehri gudiyaa
phir jiss din chhupke se chal degi
woh ud`ti chidiyaa
usi din tere mukh pe
meraa hi naam aayegaa
soch rahaa rey
haan kyaa soch rahaa rey ae
jaa naa
jaa jaa naa
le jaa meraa pyaar
tere kaam aayega

mohey pataa itnaa hai
o rey baanke chhailaa
tann ke ujley logon se
jab hogaa mann mailaa
mohey pataa itnaa hai
o rey baanke chhailaa
tann ke ujley logon se
jab hogaa mann mailaa
phir bekal ho ho ke
ro roke beetengi ratiyaan
Soungi rey main toh
sochegaa tu meri batiyaan
meraa nahin rey pehle
teraa salaam aayegaa
soch rahaa rey
haan kyaa soch rahaa rey
jaa naa
jaa jaa naa
le jaa meraa pyaar
tere kaam aayega

(sound)
kahin bhi tu jaaye rey
main toh ghar jaati hoon
gussaa na ho
achchaa ley
thhodi door aati hoon
ho ho
kahin bhi tu jaaye rey
main toh ghar jaati hoon
gussaa na ho
achcha ley
thhodi door aati hoon
na teri deewaani
na aisee tujhpe marti hoon
lekin tu aayegaa toh
ithna waada karti hoon
diyaa jalaa doongi jo
kisi bhi shaam aayegaa
soch rahaa rey
haan kyaa soch rahaa rey ae
jaa naa
jaa jaa naa
le jaa mera pyaar
tere kaam aayega
kyaa soch rahaa rey ae
jaa naa
jaa jaa naa
le jaa meraa pyaar
tere kaam aayegaa


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Blog Day : 3507 Post No. : 14089

“Dil aur Patthar”(1977) was directed by Kanak Mishra for Meena Movies Bombay. This “social” movie had Sanjeev Kumar, Meena Sharma, Jagdeep, Agha, Mukri, Bipin Gupta, Praveen Paul, Rajan Haksar, Master Raju, Ranjeet, Dhanraj, Nazeer Kashmiri, Hungama, Teerath, Uttam Sodhi etc in it, with Yogita Bali in a special appearance and with guest appearances by Jayshree T, Gulshan Arora, Jairaj, Paro and Kanhaiyyalal.

The movie had seven songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Dil aur Patthar”(1977) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Rafi. Kaifi Azmi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Iqbal Qureshi.

The song is picturised as a “bailgaadi” song on Sanjeev Kumari. Yogita Bali is also visible in the picturisation.

With this song, “Dil aur Patthar”(1977) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Mera pyaar jawaan dildaar jawaan(Dil aur Patthar)(1977) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Kaifi Azmi, MD-Iqbal Qureshi

Lyrics

hrr he he ahaa waah
hey

mera pyaar jawaan dildaar jawaan
aur mausam bhi hai deewaana
mera pyar jawa dildaar jawaan
aur mausam bhi hai deewaana
wo ishq to mera ishq nahin
raste mein jo chaahe ruk jaana
mera pyaar jawaan dildaar jawaan
aur mausam bhi hai deewaana

ye mast pawan
aa aa aa
haa haa
ye mast pawan dil ki dhadkan
jab gaanv mein leke jaayegi
wo kamre se bhaag ke aangan mein
aangan ke dwaare aayegi
ho ho
aa haa
sharmaayegi wo chhup jaayegi wo
sharmaayegi wo chhup jaayegi wo
nazron ko jo meri pahchaana
mera pyaar jawaan dildaar jawaan
aur mausam bhi hai deewaana
aha aha

kuchh saans ka dar
kuchh saans ka dar
kuchh gaanv ka dar
wo chhup ke nihaaregi mujhko
phailaayegi baahen chori se
nazron se pukaaregi mujhko
o ho
aa haa
seene se laga lega usko
seene se laga lega usko
ye matwaala
ye mastaana
mera pyaar jawaan dildaar jawaan
aur mausam bhi hai deewaana

roothhegi jo chithhi na likhne par
main raat se pahle mana loonga
pheeka sa bahut din se jaawan
un honthon se rang chura loonga
ho ho
aa haa
un zulfon pe qurbaan kaqli ghata
aa haa
un zulfon pe qurbaan kaali ghata
un aankhon pe sadke maikhaana
mera pyaar jawaan dildaar jawaan
aur mausam bhi hai deewaana
wo ishq to mera ishq nahin
raste mein jo chaahe ruk jaana
mera pyaar jawaan dildaar jawaan
aur mausam bhi hai deewaana
rr
hahaha
shabaash
beta chalo shabaash


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Blog Day : 3506 Post No. : 14088

“Kahin Pyaar Na Ho Jaaye”(1963) was directed by K Parwez for Young Technicians Unit-Baria Films, Bombay. The movie had Shakila, Mehmood, Om Prakash, Johny Walker, Sheila Kashmiri, Poornima, Shammi, Anwar Hussain, Amar, Altaf, Dilip Dutt, Brahm, Jeewan Kala, Madhumati, Kallan, Babu Raje etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Four songs from the movie have been covered in the past.

Here is the fifth song from “Kahin Pyaar Na Ho Jaaye”(1963) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Rafi. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji.

Only the audio of this song seems to be is available. I watched the full movie available online but I was unable to locate the song in that. So it could mean that either this song was excluded from the movie, or the song has been removed from the print available online. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song. As of now, I assume that this song was excluded from the movie.


Song-Meri jaan meri jaan main jaanta hoon(Kahin Pyaar Na Ho Jaaye)(1963) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

meri jaan meri jaan
main jaanta hoon
tu hai khafa
pahchaanta hoon
par kya karoon
haaye kya karoon
ye dil tera deeweana hai
meri jaan meri jaan
meri jaan meri jaan
main jaanta hoon
tu hai khafa
pahchaanta hoon
par kya karoon
haaye kya karoon
ye dil tera deewaana hai
meri jaan meri jaan

naina jhuke jhuke hain
jaadu ruke ruke hain
inko chalne bhi de
shama diwaana banke
apna parwaana banke
tu humko jalne bhi de
meri jaan meri jaan
main jaanta hoon
tu hai khafa
pahchaanta hoon
par kya karoon
haaye kya karoon
ye dil tera deewaana hai
meri jaan meri jaan

kaajal laga ke loota
paagal bana ke loota
toone dhaaya sitam
us’se khafa hai humse
saara gila hai humse
ye kya ada hai sanam
meri jaan meri jaan
main jaanta hoon
tu hai khafa
pahchaanta hoon
par kya karoon
haaye kya karoon
ye dil tera deewaana hai
meri jaan meri jaan

kal ek najoomi dekha
usne dekhi ye rekha
so wo kahne laga
dil hai tera bekaabu
tere to dil me babu
koi hai rahne laga
meri jaan meri jaan
main jaanta hoon
tu hai khafa
pahchaanta hoon
par kya karoon
haaye kya karoon
ye dil tera deeweana hai
meri jaan meri jaan

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This blog discusses Bollywood songs of yesteryears. Every song has a brief description, followed by a video link, and complete lyrics of the song.

This is a labour of love, where “new” songs are added every day, and that has been the case for more than nine years. This blog has over 14000 song posts by now.

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