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


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“Kuchh Naya”(1948) was directed by Ninu Majumdar for Shanti pictures, Bombay. This “social” movie had Ramesh Arora, Sudha Rao, Ramesh Sinh, Purnima Chaudhary, R S Dubey, Tribhuwan Sinha, Sharad Rao, Master Prakash etc in it.

The movie had ten songs in it that have become as rare and unknown as the movie itself.

Here is the first song from “Kuchh Naya”(1948) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Meena Kapoor. Music is composed by Ninu Majumdar.

Lyricist of songs of this movie are not known. But the lyrics of this song can be considered to be penned by Meera Bai, seeing that this song is a Meera bhajan.

I request our knowledeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of this song.

With this rare song, “Kuchh Naya”(1948) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Ghadi ek nahin jaaye re tum darshan bin moye(Kuchh Naya)(1948) Singer-Meena Kapoor, Lyrics-Meera Bai, MD-Ninu Majumdar

Lyrics

ghadi ek nahin jaaye re
tum darshan bin moye
ghadi ek nahin jaaye re
tum darshan bin moye
tum darshan bin moye re
tum darshan bin moye
ghadi ek nahin jaaye re
tum darshan bin moye

dhan naa bhaave
neend na aawe
birha sataawe moye
dhan naa bhaave
neend na aawe
birha sataawe moye
ghaayal si ghoomat phiroon
mero dard naa jaane koye
tum darshan bin moye
ghadi ek nahin jaaye re
tum darshan bin moye

divas to khaaye ganwaayi ore
nain gaavaayi soye
divas to khaaye ganwaayi ore
nain gaavaayi soye
praan ganvaaya ??
nain gaavaaya roye
jo main aisi jaanti re
preet kiye dukh hoye
jo main aisi jaanti re
preet kiye dukh hoye
nagar dhandhora pherti re
preet karo mat koye
tum darshan bin moye
ghadi ek nahin jaaye re
tum darshan bin moye

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“Pratima”(1945) was directed by P Jairaj for Bombay Talkies, Bombay. The movie had Swarnlata, Dilip Kumar, Jyoti, Mumtaz Ali, Pithawala, Mukri, Zebunnissa, Shahnawaz etc in it.

This movie had seven songs in it. Two songs from the movie has been covered in the blog.

Here is the third song from “Pratima”(1945) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Parul Ghosh. Pt Narendra Sharma is the lyricist. Music is composed by Arun Kumar Mukherji.

Only the audio of this song is available. It is almost certain that this joie de vivre romantic song was picturised on Swarnlata.

The lyrics uses words that are quite poetic (in the sense of Hindi poetry) and quite a few words in the lyrics are uncommon for standard HFM songs. I have not been able to get a few words right. I request our readers with better ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable.


Song-Chaand uga re mere man ke gagan mein (Pratima)(1945) Singer-Parul Ghosh, Lyrics-Narendra Sharma, MD-Arun Kumar Mukherji

Lyrics

Chaand uga re
Chaand uga re
Chaand uga re
mere man ke gagan mein
Chaand uga re
Chaand uga re
moorat kisi ki
sama gayi re
moorat kisi ki
sama gayi nayan mein
Chaand uga re
Chaand uga re

palkon ki chilman mein chitwan lajeeli
palkon ki chilman mein chitwan lajeeli
dekh rahi sapnon ki duniya rangeeli
dekh rahi sapnon ki duniya rangeeli
phoolon ke ?? dil ke chaman mein
phoolon ke ?? dil ke chaman mein
Chaand uga re
Chaand uga re
Chaand uga re
mere man ke gagan mein
Chaand uga re
Chaand uga re

tan mein ubhaar
tan mein ubhaar naya
man mein khumaar naya
tan mein ubhaar naya
man mein khumaar naya
chhup chhup ke chupke se
chhup chhup ke chupke se
jeewan mein pyaar aaya
pyaar aaya re
pyaar aaya re
pyaar aaya re
pyaar aaya re
bahti bayaar jaise phoolon ke van mein
bahti bayaar jaise phoolon ke van mein
Chaand uga re
Chaand uga re
Chaand uga re
mere man ke gagan mein
Chaand uga re
Chaand uga re


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“Nai Zindagi”(1943) was directed by S Khalil for United Films, Bombay. This “social” movie had Sheikh Mukhtar, Anees Khatoon, Yakoob, Satish, Gope, Najma, Qamar, laddan, Nazeera, Aghajaan, Badri, Akhtar Zia etc in it.

This by now forgotten movie had nine songs in it that have become as obscure as the movie.

Here is the first song from “Nai Zindagi”(1943) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Anees Khatoon. Hazrat Aarzoo is the lyricist. Music is composed by Vasant Kumar Naidu.

Only the audio of the song is available. seeing that Aneesa Khatoon was the leading lady of this movie, it follows that this song was picturised on herself.

I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on this movie.

I have not been able to get one word (may be more) right in the lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections in the lyrics as applicable.

With this rare song, “Nai Zindagi”(1943) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Jis din wo mera chaand mere ghar mein aayega(Nai Zindagi)(1943) Singer-Anees Khatoon, Lyrics-Hazrat Aarzoo, MD-Vasant Kumar Naidu

Lyrics

jis din wo mera chaand mere ghar mein aayegaa aa aa aa
jis din wo mera chaand mere ghar mein aayegaa
jis din wo mera chaand mere
taareef jo ??
ye ghar jagmagaayegaa
taareef jo ??
ye ghar jagmagaayegaa
jis din wo mera chaand mere

tode hain jisne jod ke
rishte ummeed ke ae ae ae
bichhde huon ko phir wo kisi din milaayega
bichhde huon ko phir wo kisi din milaayega
jis din wo mera chaand

baaghon mein jo banaata hai
kachi kali ko phoo oo ool
taare ko mere chaand banaa kar dikhaayegaa
taare ko mere chaand banaa kar dikhaayegaa
jis din wo mera chaand

jo raat ko banaata hai din
haan
aur din ko raat
haan aan aan
kab tak na aarzoo meri bigdi banaayega
kab tak na aarzoo meri bigdi banaayega
kab tak na aarzoo meri bigdi banaayega
jis din wo mera chaand mere ghar mein aayegaa
jis din wo mera


This article is written by Bharat Upadhyay, 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.

Jaidev Ki Non-Filmi Suraavali – 04
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Chhaya Ganguly is an ardent disciple of Madhurani, guru to so many other contemporary ghazal singers.

As mentioned earlier, Jaidev ji was so much impressed by Chhaya Ganguly’s voice and its tonal quality, much different from the prevalent style of most of the contemporary singers. He decided to make a devotional album suited to Chhaaya’s voice. The album ‘Bhakti Sudha’ was published by SaReGaMa (originally HMV, and then RPG) in 1983. It contains eight melodious devotional songs. Today’s post is the second Bhajan from this album to be introduced here on our marvellous musical blog. This Bhajan is written by blind poet Surdas-ji.

This Bhajan is set in the typical Boul music from Bengal. This one is one of the most popular bhajans of Surdas. I have not been able to hear two three words in the last stanza. Please will someone help me?

Chhaya Ganguly’s renderings charged with emotions, divine abandon and melody do full justice to the rich contents of the original verses. Her haunting and sensitive style lingers in the mind long after the last note has faded away.

 


Song – Nath Mohe Ab Ki Ber Ubaaro (Chhaaya Ganguly NFS) (1983) Singer – Chhaaya Ganguly, Lyrics – Soordas, MD – Jaidev

Lyrics

naath mohe..e..e
naath mohe..e..e mohe..e..e
naath mohe
ab ki ber ubaaro
mohe ab ki ber ubaaro
mohe ab ki ber ubaaro
mohe ab ki ber ubaaro
naath mohe ab ki ber ubaaro
mohe ab ki ber ubaaro
 
tum naathan ke naath swami
daata naam tihaaro
daata naam tihaaro
tum naathan ke naath swami
dataa naam tihaaro
dataa naam tihaaro
karam-heen janam ko andho
karam-heen. . .
karam-heen janam ko andho
mo te kaun nakaaro
nakaaro
mo te kaun nakaaro
mohe ab ki ber ubaaro
mohe ab ki ber ubaaro
ubaaro
mohe ab ki ber ubaaro
mohe ab ki ber ubaaro

teen lok ke tum prati-paalak
teen lok ke tum prati-paalak
main hun daas tihaaro
teen lok ke tum prati-paalak
main hun daas tihaaro
taari jaati kujaati shyam tum
taari. . .
taari jaati kujaati shyam tum
mo par kirpa dhaaro
dhaaro
mo par kirpa dhaaro
mohe ab ki ber ubaaro
mohe ab ki ber ubaaro
ubaaro
mohe ab ki ber ubaaro
mohe ab ki ber ubaaro
 
shudra patit tum taare ramaapati
shudra patit tum taare ramaapati
ab naa karo jiya gaaro
shudra patit tum taare ramaapati
ab naa karo jiya gaaro
soordas saacho tab maane
soordas
daata. . .
soordas saacho tab maane
jo h’ve mam nistaaro
nistaaro
jo h’ve mam nistaaro
mohe ab ki ber ubaaro
mohe ab ki ber ubaaro
ubaaro
mohe ab ki ber ubaaro
mohe ab ki ber ubaaro
mohe ab ki ber ubaaro
mohe ab ki ber ubaaro
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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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नाथ मोहे॰॰ए॰॰ए
नाथ मोहे॰॰ए॰॰ए मोहे॰॰ए॰॰ए
नाथ मोहे
अब की बेर उबारो
मोहे अब की बेर उबारो
मोहे अब की बेर उबारो
मोहे अब की बेर उबारो
नाथ मोहे अब की बेर उबारो
मोहे अब की बेर उबारो

तुम नाथन के नाथ स्वामी
दाता नाम तिहारो
दाता नाम तिहारो
तुम नाथन के नाथ स्वामी
दाता नाम तिहारो
दाता नाम तिहारो
करमहीन जनम को अन्धो
करमहीन॰॰॰
करमहीन जनम को अन्धो
मो ते कौन नकारो
नकारो
मो ते कौन नकारो
मोहे अब की बेर उबारो
मोहे अब की बेर उबारो
उबारो
मोहे अब की बेर उबारो
मोहे अब की बेर उबारो

तीन लोक के तुम प्रति-पालक
तीन लोक के तुम प्रति-पालक
मैं हूँ दस तिहारो
तीन लोक के तुम प्रति-पालक
मैं हूँ दस तिहारो
तारी जाती कुजाति श्याम तुम
तारी॰॰॰
तारी जाती कुजाति श्याम तुम
मो पर किरपा धारो
धारो
मो पर किरपा धारो
मोहे अब की बेर उबारो
मोहे अब की बेर उबारो
उबारो
मोहे अब की बेर उबारो
मोहे अब की बेर उबारो

शूद्र पतित तुम तारे रमापति
शूद्र पतित तुम तारे रमापति
अब ना करो जियो गारो
शूद्र पतित तुम तारे रमापति
अब ना करो जियो गारो
सूरदास साँचो तब माने
सूरदास
दाता॰॰॰
सूरदास साँचो तब माने
जो ह्वै मम् निस्तारो
निस्तारो
जो ह्वै मम् निस्तारो
मोहे अब की बेर उबारो
मोहे अब की बेर उबारो
उबारो
मोहे अब की बेर उबारो
मोहे अब की बेर उबारो
मोहे अब की बेर उबारो
मोहे अब की बेर उबारो


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.

Today(21st August 2017) is the last Monday of the holy month of Shrawan, in the Southern, Western and some Eastern states of India. For the rest of India the Saawan month had ended on the 7th August itself. Today’s Shiv bhajan is from the film Shri Ganesha janma-1951.

These days, being or showing that you are a religious Hindu amounts to being Communal ! I feel that your religious behaviour should be restricted to your own personal life, without any display of it. If you take a survey today, you may find that hardly 0.1 to 1 % of the population is Atheist ( those who do not believe the existence of God ). The rest are all believers in God. Belief in God and being religious are two entirely different things. Being religious is practicing the ‘karm kands’ or fulfilling the acts described, prescribed or suggested by the religion, like for example, going to the Temples regularly or doing Pooja Archana every day etc. Only those who practice these can be termed as being religious minded. As long as these things do not interfere with your duties towards family and society, no one should have any business commenting/ interfering in that.

A person who likes to listen to Jazz or Rock music and one who likes to listen to western musicals can at best be described as a person liking western music, but he can not be called a Musician. Similarly, when one likes to listen to Bhajans and see Mythological films, he can only be termed as a person who likes religious/devotional music, but can not be called a religious person. I like to listen to any Bhajan or other religious songs.

Hindu Religion is the most elastic, all encompassing and highly adaptive Religion. That is how it has remained for over 5000 years. There may be thousands of Castes, Languages,Ethnic groups and contrasting living patterns, but ALL will visit the SAME temple. There is no division among the variety of Gods that are available to the people. It is said that there are 33 types of-classes of-Gods ( 33 Koti Devtas- misunderstood as 33 crores Gods ), so there is a wide choice for selecting your favourite God. Some may like Shiv ji, some Vishnu,some Shrikrishna while some like Laxmi Devi, but there is ONE God who is loved by one and all,not only in India but also worldwide..and that is GANESHA.

Lord Ganesh is the second son of the celestial couple Shiv ji and Parvati ji. The elder one is Kartikeya (Kumarswamy in south). However, in South, Kartikeya or kumar swamy or Skand is considered as the younger one. There are many stories found in Vedas and various Puranas,about the birth of Ganesha. the most popular,of course, is from Shiv Puran, which says that ,one day parvati made an young boy from the Sandalwood Paste made for her bath.She put life into it and asked him to guard the gate till Parvati finished her bath. After some time,Shiv ji came back,but was stopped by the boy. The Ganas of Shiv ji had a fight with him,and he defeated them. When this news reached the heavens,Dods’ king Indra himself came with his army,but he too was defeated by this boy. Shiv ji got angry and copped off his head with his Trishula. When Parvati learnt about this,she became very sad and angry. Shiv ji sent his Ganas to search for the chopped head,but not founding it,they brought an Elephant’s head. Shiv ji fitted this head and made him alive again. Shiv ji named him GANESH. Here are some other stories of Ganesh janm…
A lesser known story from the Bramha Vaivarta Puran narrates a different version of Ganesha’s birth. On the insistence of Shiva, Parvati fasted for a year (punyaka vrata) to propitiate Vishnu so that he would grant her a son. Vishnu, after the completion of the sacrifice, announced that he would incarnate himself as her son in every Kalpa (eon). Accordingly, Ganesha was born to Parvati as a charming infant. This event was celebrated with great enthusiasm and all the gods were invited to take a look at the baby. However Shani (Saturn), the son of Surya, hesitated to look at the baby since Shani was cursed with the gaze of destruction. However Parvati insisted that he look at the baby, which Shani did, and immediately the infant’s head fell off. Seeing Shiva and Parvati grief-stricken, Vishnu mounted on Garud, his divine eagle, and rushed to the banks of the Pushpa-Bhadra river, from where he brought back the head of a young elephant. The head of the elephant was joined with the headless body of Parvati’s son, thus reviving him. The infant was named Ganesha and all the Gods blessed Ganesha and wished Him power and prosperity.

Another tale of Ganesha’s birth relates to an incident in which Shiv slew Aditya(Lord sun) , the son of a sage. Shiva restored life to the dead boy, but this could not pacify the outraged sage Kashyapa, who was one of the seven great Rishis. Kashyap cursed Shiva and declared that Shiva’s son would lose his head. When this happened, the head of Indra’s elephant was used to replace it.(Linga Puran).

Still another tale states that on one occasion, Parvati’s used bath-water was thrown into the Ganges, and this water was drunk by the elephant-headed Goddess Malini, who gave birth to a baby with four arms and five elephant heads. The river goddess Ganga claimed him as her son, but Shiva declared him to be Parvati’s son, reduced his five heads to one and enthroned him as the controller of obstacles -Vighnesh. (Varah Puran).

The cast of the film was the usual one. After becoming famous with film Har Har Mahadev-1950, the trio of Trilok kapoor, Nirupa Roy and Jeevan became mandatory in almost all mythological films connected with Shiv and Parvati. Jeevan was a standardised Narad in all such religious films. Jeevan had altogether acted as Narad in 49 films, in his career. This was before his second innings featuring as a villain and a sophisticated criminal in the 70s and 80s. In this film also They enacted the same roles. I do not know how far it is true, but it was said that Trilok kapoor had used a real snake around his neck in the role of Shankar ji.

The film was directed by Jayant Desai. Jayant Jhinabhai Desai was born in Surat,Gujarat,on 28-2-1909,in a well to do family. he graduated from Bombay University and entered film line as an exhibitor in Surat. Later on he started writing Screen plays for London Films,Rangoon and then for krishna and Sharada studios. he joined Chandulal Shah’s Ranjit Studios in 1929,as his assistant for film ‘Rajputani’. Director Nandlal Jaswantlal Bhatt ( Nagin,Taj,Champakali etc) was also another assistant in Ranjit.

When Nandlal left Ranjit to go to Europe,Jayant completed his film ‘ Pahadi kanya-1930 ‘. At Ranjit Jayant directed 12 silent films. He was with Ranjit till 1943 and Directed 33 Talkie films,while in Ranjit. Some of these films were Char Chakram,Bhool Bhulaiya,Nadira,Toofanmail,College Girl,matlabi Duniya, Toofani Toli, Billi ( a copy of a Hollywood film,based on P.G.Wodehouse’s novel ” A Damsel in Distress” ), Sant Tulsidas, Diwali,Shaadi, Chandni, Bhaktaraj, Tansen(with Saigal), Zaban etc.

After leaving Ranjit,Jayant Desai established his own studio,Jupitor Films Studio, jayant desai productions and Hemlata Pictures. He also had exhibition interests in Hindmata and Star Theatres in Bombay’s Dadar area. In the 50s, he operated as a Distributor with his Jupiter films.

While in Ranjit, he had Directed K L Saigal in film Tansen. Sardar Chandulal Shah had called Saigal on a contract of 60 days. Jayant completed Tansen in flat 51 days. Kidar Sharma then used those 9 days to make a quickie named Bhanwara, with Saigal.

C.Ramchandra was with Jayant Desai for more than 3 years and gave 5 successful films. It was Jayant Desai who gave him the name C.Ramchandra for using in films. It was also Jayant Desai who was responsible for the rise of C.Ramchandra in a major way. It so happened….

Under the banner of Jayant productions,he made one more Saigal film-Tadbir-1945,with Suraiya in the lead. In his new company,jayant had hired C.Ramchandra as a paid Composer on a salary of Rs. 300 pm. C Ramchandra gave music to many of his films like Zaban,lalkar,manorama,Chandragupta etc and all films became popular.C. Ramchandra was proud of his achievement.

One day C Ramchandra heard a rumour that the great singer Saigal is coming to make a film here. CR became very excited that he would get an opportunity to compose music for Saigal. But he got a shock when he heard that,not he,but one Lal Mohammed (assistant of Ghulam Hyder in Lahore) was being called for that assignment,C.Ramchandra not only was upset but felt hurt too. he went to Jayant Desai and said-

” My salary must be increased”
” How much ?”
” One Thousand Rupees per month”
Jayant was not ready for 1000. he offered maximum 600. He also told CR that there was an opportunity to compose for Saigal,but C.Ramchandra was not ready to accept anything less than 1000.
Finally,C Ramchandra said,” Increase it to 1000 or else….”
Jayant Desai was furious.He asked,” Or else…What ?”
C.Ramchandra said,” Or else,I will quit”.
Without flapping an eyelid,Jayant Desai coolly said,” OK. Your account will be settled in an hour. Stop work and pack up.”
C.Ramchandra was stunned,but the arrow had already left the bow !

C.Ramchandra became jobless and also lost an opportunity to compose music for Saigal. But his luck was strong. The very next day,kavi Pradeep took him to Filmistan and he was appointed there on a salary of Rs. 1000 pm. In Filmistan,C.Ramchandra gave several Hit musicals like Safar,Shehnai,Nadiya ke paar,Shabnam,Samadhi,Sargam,Anarkali,Nastik etc. If Jayant Desai had not removed C.Ramchandra from his company, he would not have reached the heights of his fame and success later on.

Jayant Desai directed 65 films in all. His last film was Zamana Badal gaya-1961. He died in Bombay on 19-4-1976.

The film’s music was composed by Khemchand Prakash and Manna Dey together. There were 12 songs, but HFGK does not give individual credits for each song. Out of these 12 songs, not even a single song was sung by Lata Mangeshkar. In those days Lata usually avoided singing in Mythological films of B and C grades. Reason was, probably because the Producers of such films could not afford her price or may be she was too busy with her assignments with more famous composers and bigger Banners. Such films were left for the second line singers like Asha, Geeta, Sulochana kadam, Sudha Malhotra and others of their ilk. A point to be noted,however, is that though a major singer of those times, Shamshad Begum never had qualms about singing in such films !

Today we end our undeclared Mini Series of Shiv bhajans here only till, may be Mahashivratri in early 2018, when we will enjoy another set of Shiv Bhajans again……


Song-Naiyya paar lagaane waale bigdi banaane waale bhole bhaale hain Bholanath re (Shri Ganesh Janm)(1951) Singers-Geeta Dutt, Manna Dey, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-Manna Dey
All
Male chorus
Female chorus

Lyrics

Bholanath re
Bholanath re
Bholanath re
Bholanath re

naiyya paar lagaane waale
bigdi banaane waale
bhole bhaale hain bholanath re
o sohe gori gajaanan donon saath re
naiyya paar lagaane waale
bigdi banaane waale
bhole bhaale hain bholanath re
o sohe gori gajaanan donon saath re
Bholanath re
Bholanath re
o Bholanath re
Bholanath re

o o o o
o o o
o o o

sheesh jata mein gang dhaar
bah gale rund maala hai
sheesh jata mein gang dhaar
bah gale rund maala hai

kar mein shobhit hai trishool
aur kat mein mrig chhaala hai
kar mein shobhit hai trishool
aur kat mein mrig chhaala hai

tan mein bhasmi ramaane waale
damroo bajaane waale
bhole bhaale hain bholanath re
o sohe gori gajaanan donon saath re
Bholanath re
Bholanath re
o Bholanath re
Bholanath re

o o o o
o o o
o o o
o o o

bade bade dushton ko tumne
pal mein paar utaara

bholanath re
Bholanath re
o Bholanath re
Bholanath re

bade bade dushton ko tumne
pal mein paar utaara

kaamdev ko nain teesre
se tumne sanhaara
kaamdev ko nain teesre
se tumne sanhaara

hamko dukh se chhudaane waale
mukti dilaane waale
bhole bhaale hain bholanath re
o sohe gori gajaanan donon saath re
Bholanath re
Bholanath re
o Bholanath re
Bholanath re

o o o o
o o o
o o o
o o o


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“Lakhpati”(1948) was directed by Ravindra Jaikar for Fim Chitra Corporation, Bombay. This “social” movie had Sulochana Chatterji, D M Sapru, Rajan Haksar, Om Prakash, Baby Tabassum, LLeela Chitnis, Narmada Shankar, Dharpure, Nagotkar, Satyapal etc in it.

This forgotten movie had eleven obscure songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Lakhpati”(1948) to appear in the blog. This song is a typical melancholic song that was quite commonplace in Hindi movies those days. It is sung by Meena Kapoor. Qamar Jalalabadi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Husnlal Bhagatram.

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

with this song, “Lakhpati”(1948) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Sab mere sahaare toot gaye (Lakhpati)(1948) Singer-Meena Kapoor, Lyrics-Qamar Jalalabadi, MD-Husnlal Bhagatram

Lyrics

sab mere sahaare toot gaye
sab mere sahaare toot gaye
bas ek sahaara baaqi hai ae ae
bas ek sahaara baaqi hai ae
sabka insaaf to dekh liya
sabka insaaf to dekh liya
insaaf tumhaara baaqi hai ae
insaaf tumhaara baaqi hai ae
sab mere sahaare toot gaye

ummeed saath ab chhod gayi
jaati hui dil ko tod gayi
ummeed saath ab chhod gayi
jaati hui dil ko tod gayi
ab iske bhi tukde kar daalo
ab iske bhi tukde kar daalo
armaan bechaara baaqi hai ae
armaan bechaara baaqi hai ae
sab mere sahaare toot gaye

hum ro ro kar hi jeete rahe
aur khoon jigar ka peete rahe
hum ro ro kar hi jeete rahe
aur khoon jigar ka peete rahe
jeene ka nazaara dekh chuke
jeene ka nazaara dekh chuke
marne ka nazaara baaqi hai ae ae
marne ka nazaara baaqi hai ae ae
sab mere sahaare toot gaye
bas ek sahaara baaqi hai ae
sab mere sahaare toot gaye


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“Baansuriya” (1949) was directed by Ram Narayan Dave for Nigaristaan Films, Bombay. The movie had Ram Singh, Geeta Bali, Om Prakash, Randhir, Kuldip, Sofia, Gulab, Uma Dutt, Shanti Madhok, Ramesh Thakur, Raj Pal, Sham Lal, Madan Kapoor, Raja Salim, Ram Avtaar etc in it.

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

Here is the fourth song from “Baansuriya” (1949) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata. Mulkraj Bhakri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Husnlal Bhagatram.

The lyrics of this song are the real star of this song, which is soulfully sung by Lata on a standard Husnlal Bhagatram that Husnlal Bhagatram had perfected in “Badi Bahan”(1949) and which they continued to recycle througout the remainder of their career.

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


Song-Jo karke gaye barbaad hamen aati hai unki yaad hamen(Baansuriya)(1949) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Mulkraj Bhakri, MD-Husnlal Bhagatram

Lyrics

Jo karke gaye barbaad hamen
aati hai unki yaad hamen
aati hai unki yaad hamen
Jo karke gaye barbaad hamen
aati hai unki yaad hamen
aati hai unki yaad hamen

apne begaane chhod gaye
de gaye zamaane bhar ke gham
de gaye zamaane bhar ke gham
taqdeer mein rona likkhaa hai
taqdeer ko kyun na royen ham
taqdeer ko kyun na royen ham
Jo karke gaye barbaad hamen
aati hai unki yaad hamen
aati hai unki yaad hamen

armaan bhare dil ki duniya
basne se pahle ujad gayi
basne se pahle ujad gayi
jo preet badariya chhaayi thhi
bin barse hi wo guzar gayi
bin barse hi wo guzar gayi
Jo karke gaye barbaad hamen
aati hai unki yaad hamen
aati hai unki yaad hamen

kit jaayen toote dil ko liye
ham duniya ke thhukraaye hain
ham duniya ke thhukraaye hain
na tadap mitey na dard ghatey
wo chot jigar pe khaaye hain
wo chot jigar pe khaaye hain
Jo karke gaye barbaad hamen
aati hai unki yaad hamen
aati hai unki yaad hamen


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“Do Dulhe” (1955) was directed by K J Mahadevan for United Film Art, Bombay in collaboration with Gemini Pictures. The movie had Sajjan, Shyama, Lalita Pawar, Vanjana, David Abraham, Agha, Achla Sachdev, Kanhaiyalal, B. M. Vyas, Ishwarlal , Suryakantam, G V Sharma, Venkat, H Krishnamurty, L R Mudaliyar, Vijay Rao, Indravadan Mehta, Deshraj Sukeshini, Kaushal, Jaya etc in it.

The movie had eleven songs in it according to HFGK. Three songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fourth song from the movie to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Geeta Dutt. Pt Indra Chandra is the lyricist. Music is composed by B S Kalla.

The joie de vivre epression of love song is picturised on Vanaja and a gentleman whom I am unable to identify. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify him.


Song-Chadhoongi adaalat karaaoongi jurmaana (Do Dulhe)(1955) Singer-Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Pt Indra Chandra, MD-B S Kalla

Lyrics

karoongi adaalat karaaungi jurmaana
loongi nazraana balam
o o loongi nazraana balam
loota hai toone mere dil ka khazaana
haay maine na jaana balam
o o o
maine na jaana balam

khaayi thhi jisne
ek din mujhse
maar tamaatar ki ee
maar tamaatar ki
aaj wo hi ban baitha hai baalam
baat muqaddar ki ee ee
gin gin ke maaroongi
gin gin ke maaroongi
teer nazar ke
phir bhaag na jaana balam
o o o
bhaag na jaana balam

pyaar se dekha baalam ne
to ho gaye gaal gulaabi
ho ho ho
ho gaye gaal gulaabi
jhoom rahe hain donon ke naina
jaise hazaar sharaabi ee ee
main hoon teri laila pyaari
tu hai mera deewaana balam
o o o
mera deewaana balam
chadhoongi adalat karaaungi jurmaana
loongi nazrana balam
o o o loongi nazraana balam


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“Aisa Kyun”(1947) was directed by A K Chatterji for Shreeraj Pictures, Calcutta. This “Social” movie had Radharani, Urmila, Faiz, Tandon, Ifthhikar, Pinky etc in it.

Total number of songs in this movie are not known. HFGK contains mukhdas of nine songs from this movie leaving some vblanks indicating that the movie might have some other songs as well. Details of songs whose mukhdas are known are not available either.

Here is the first song from “Aisa Kyun”(1947) to appear in the blog. Details of singers are not given in HFGK. On listening to this song, one can hear a female voice followed by a male voice. It sounds like a nautanki song. The words used in the song are quite simple and common place as befitting the vocabulary of small time nautanki performers. This is such a refreshing change from songs that came later, where even unlettered people would be shown singing songs using words that would normally be far beyond their limited vocabulary. The lyricist of this cute song would unfortunately remain unknown as no details about the lyricist of this song (as also other songs of the movie) is available.

This song was uploaded as far back as in 2013 by our own Gajendra Khanna. He subsequently became aware of the names of the singers thanks to Mr Girdharilal Vishwakarma, a famous record collector. According to him, the singers are Gauri Mitra and Nanji Dulal. These are two names that are new to us and we have no clue about them. Needless to say that these two singers make their debuts in the blog with this song.

In this song, the word “galiyan” is often pronounced as “galan”, but I have used the word “Galiyan” everywhere.

Musis is composed by Anupam Ghatak.

with this cute nautanki song, “Aisa Kyun”(1947) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Hamri galan chala aayiyo balam ji (Aisa Kyun)(1947) Singers-Gauri Mitra, Nanji Dulal, MD-Anupam Ghatak

Lyrics

Hamri galiyan chala aayiyo balam ji
Preet ki reet nibhaiyo balam ji
Preet ki reet nibhaiyo
hamri galiyan mein dhoop lagat hai
dhoop lagat hai
haan dhoop lagat hai
chhaata lagaaye
haan haan
chhata lagaaye chala aaiyo balam ji
preet ki reet nibhaiyyo balam ji
preet ki reet nibhaiyyo

o o o
o o o
hamri galiyan mein kaanta gadat hai
hamri galiyan mein kaanta gadat hai
uyi maa
moja chadhaaye
haan haan
moja chadhaaye chala aaiyo balam ji
preet ki reet nibhaiyyo balam ji
preet ki reet nibhaiyyo

gori tori galiyan ka
gori tori galiyan ka
haan
gori tori galiyan ka kaanta bhi phool hai
kaanta bhi phool hai

jobna hamaar tore
charna ki dhool hai
jobna hamaar tore
charna ki dhool hai
aa aa
gori tori galiyan ka
haan
gori tori galiyan ka kaanta bhi phool hai
kaanta bhi phool hai

hamri galiyan mein naina ladat hai
hamri galiyan mein naina ladat hai
chashma lagaaye
haan haan
chashma lagaaye chala aayiyo balam ji
preet ki reet nibhaiyyo balam ji
preet ki reet nibhaiyyo

hamri galiyan mein aayiyo ree
aayiyo gori
hamri galiyan mein aayiyo ree
aayiyo gori
chhip chhip kar
chori chori aayiyo
chori chori
aaiyo ree
aaiyo gori

nana
kaahe kahat ho chori
balam ji
preet ki reet nibhaiyyo balam ji
preet ki reet nibhaiyo balam ji
hamri galiyan chala aaiyo balam ji


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“Duniya Rang Rangeeli” (1957) was produced and directed by M Sadiq for Sadiq Production, Bombay. The movie had Johnny Walker, Chand Usmani, Shyama, Rajendra Kumar, Jeevan, Amar, S N Banerjee etc in it.

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

Here is the seventh song from this movie. This song, a “teased”cum “expression of love” genre of song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Jaan Nisaar Akhtar is the lyricist. Music is composed by O P Nayyar. the song is picturised on Shyama and Johny Walker, the lead pair of this movie.


Song-Sainyya sainyya chhod de mori bainyya (Duniya Rang Rangeeli)(1957) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Jaan Nisaar Akhtar, MD-O P Nayyar

Lyrics

o o o o
o o o o
o o o o
o o o o

sainya sainya aa aa
o sainya sainya
chhod de mori bainya
aankh mori phadke
haaye re jiyara dhadke
sajan tere pyaar mein
o sainya sainya
chhod de mori bainya
aankh mori phadke
haaye re jiyara dhadke
sajan tere pyar mein
o sainya sainya aa aa

mere piya
main to haaye re mar gayi
aisi nazar daali
main to dar gayi
mere piya
main to haaye re mar gayi
aisi nazar daali
main to dar gayi
dar gayi re sainya
mar gayi re sainya
dar gayi re sainya
mar gayi re sainya
sainya sainya aa aa
o sainya sainya
chhod do mori bainya
aankh mori phadke
haye re jiyara dhadke
sajan tere pyaar mein
o sainya sainya ho

baanki ada teri
dil mera das gayi
ab to lagi teri man mein bas gayi
baanki ada teri dil mera das gayi
ab to lagi teri man mein bas gayi
bas gayi re sainya
das gayi re sainya
bas gayi re sainya
das gayi re sainya
sainya sainya aa aa
o sainya sainya
chhod do mori bainya
aankh mori phadke
haaye re jiyara dhadke
sajan tere pyaar mein
o sainya sainya aa ho

kaisi khushi dil pe haaye re chha gayi
chhip ke hansi mere lab pe aa gayi
kaisi khushi dil pe haaye re chha gayi
chhip ke hansi mere lab pe aa gayi
aa gayi re sainya
chha gayi re sainya
aa gayi re sainya
chha gayi re sainya
sainya sainya aa aa
o sainya sainya
chhod do mori bainya
aankh mori phadke
haaye re jiyara dhadke
sajan tere pyaar mein
o sainya sainya ho

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