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Auraton ke dabbe mein mard aa gayaa

Posted on: May 3, 2010


“Mud Mud Ke Na Dekh” (1960) is a movie about which I have become aware just a few days ago. I have no idea how this movie fared at the box office, but I am just amazed at the songs of this movie. Most of the songs are great comedy songs and if this movie and its songs did not do well then it is more a reflection of the lack of appreciation on the part of the audience rather than on the calibre of this movie or its songs. I can vouch for the fact that the songs of this movie are great fun and they should all be regarded as gems.

Here is a wonderful comedy song from this movie. It is a “rail” song, which is one of my favourite genre of songs and I am pleased to discover another rail song. This song finds Bharat Bhushan in a ladies compartment, and the ladies are not amused. They give Bharat Bhushan a hard time and he is ragged about it.

This is a fantastic song, sung by Suman Kalyanpur and Rafi and picturised on Anita Guha and lots of other ladies and on Bharat Bhushan. Prem Dhawan is the lyricist and Hansraj Bahl is the music director.

With the benefit of hindsight, one can say that Bharat Bhushan, who clearly looks too overage to play this role, sticks out as sore thumb in this picturisation. If one can live with that, then this picturisation is great fun. This song, both its audio and video, is a treasure worth savouring.


song-Auraton ke dabbe mein mard aa gayaa (Mud Mud Ke Na Dekh) (1960) Singers-Rafi, Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics-Prem Dhawan, MD-Hansraj Bahl

Lyrics

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aadambo aadambo aadambo
aadambo aadambo aadambo
aadambo aadambo aadambo
auraton ke dabbe mein mard aa gayaa
dekho ji mard aa gayaa
auraton ke dabbe mein mard aa gayaa
auraton ke dabbe mein mard aa gayaa
dhokha kha gayaa ji main to dhokha khaa gayaa
o dhokha kha gayaa ji main to dhokha khaa gayaa
auraton ke dabbe mein mard aa gayaa
o dhokha kha gaya ji main to dhokha khaa gayaa
o behno dhokha khaa gaya ji
main to dhokha khaa gayaa

bolo bolo iski sazaa kyaa hai
pahle ye bataa do khataa kyaa hai
bolo bolo iski sazaa kyaa hai
arre pahle ye bataa do khataa kyaa hai
khataa hai ye tumhaari ki tum nahin ho naari
na pahna tumne jumper na pahni tumne saari
khataa hai ye tumhaari ki tum nahin ho naari
na pahna tumne jumper na pahni tumne saari
na bindiya na surkhi na surme ki kaali
dhokha khaa gayaa ji main to dhokha khaaa gayaa
o maayion dhokha khaa gayaa ji main to dhokha khaaa gayaa
auraton ke dabbe me mard aa gayaa
dhokha kha gaya ji main to dhokha khaa gayaa
dhokha kha gaya ji main to dhokha khaa gayaa

naa to suno iski na kuchh hi kaho
chalti huyi gaadi se neechhe phenk do
arre re re re re
naa to suno iski na kuchh hi kaho
chalti huyi gaadi se neechhe phenk do
arre kisi ka hoon main beta kisi ka hoon main bhaai
kisi se kabhi hogi arre meri bhi sagaai
kisi ka hoon main beta kisi ka hoon main bhaai
kisi se kabhi hogi arre meri bhi sagaai
aji socho aji samjho
bano na yoon kasaayi
huaa kyaa jo main bhool se idhar aa gayaa
dhokha kha gayaa ji main to dhokhaa khaa gayaa
o dhokha kha gayaa ji main to dhokhaa khaa gayaa

bolo kaan pakdoge
achchaa ji pakdoongaa
bolo naak ragdoge
achchaa ji ragdoonga
papaa mummi bologe
achcha jaa
na na na na na na na na na
nahin boloongaa
maaro maaro peeto ji
taange pakad ghaseeto ji
khencho chain khencho ji
haan haan isko phenko ji
naari samaaj zindaabaad
naari samaaj zindaabaad
naari samaaj zindaabaad
arre nahin
naari samaaj murdabaad

7 Responses to "Auraton ke dabbe mein mard aa gayaa"

Fast, fiery, funny & rousing BUT lovely duet.
By mistake if any man may enter into the ladies compartment..
it would be a nightmare.
At the end all the ladies really throw him away 🙂

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Indeed this song takes a cute look at a real life situation.

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Ha ha ha…hilarious. Never heard this song before but really mazaa aa gaya. 🙂
Usually you have Johnny Walker in this sort of song but BB does OK, though he is, as usual, an expressionless wonder.

Thanks for this lovely song, Atul.

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Bharat Bhushan was a leading actor those days too, as can be gauged from the fact that he was the hero of “Barsaat ki raat” (1960). It could be clearly seen that he looked (was) twenty years older to his heroines in all these movies.

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This song reminds of a similar song from the late 60’s or early 70’s. I do not remember the name of the movie, but I remember it starred Jeetendra playing a country bumpkin. (Sanjeev Kumar, I think, was his sophisticated city-dwelling older brother in the film) He enters the female dabba by mistake and the women pounce on him with this song: “Ek anaadi, jungli jaanwar, badtameez, deewana. Rail ke dibbey mein ghus aaya, chhod key paagalkhana.”

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kabhi pahle suna nahin…wakayee bahut hi funny song hai…thnx for sharing it.

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That song “ek anari junglee jaanwar” is from Man Ka Meet. Not a Jeetendra-Sanjeev movie. It has no rail scene. Here is the song.

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