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O jaane waale baalamwaa laut ke aa laut ke aa

Posted on: August 22, 2010


I have mentioned in the past that “Ratan” (1944), officially known as “Rattan” revolutioned the creation of music composition in Hindi movies. From classical music base, music began to draw inspiration from folk music and that enabled the “aam aadmi” to feel attached and attracted to the music.

Here is another wonderful song from “Ratan” (1944). It is sung by Amirbai Karnataki and Shyam Kumar. I find this song (like the other one posted yesterday), quite modern and far ahead of its time. The singers, especially Amirbai Karnataki sings in a style that is quite modern and in fact different from the style of Noorjehan and Sehgal who ruled the roost as far as Hindi movie singing was concerned.

The dancers on whom this song is picturised are not known to me. I request my knowledgeable readers to tell us about these artists on whom this song is picturised.

I must say that I loved listenening to (and watching) this song.

Audio

Video

Song-O jaane waale baalamwaa laut ke aa laut ke aa (Ratan) (1944) Singers-Amirbai Karnataki, Shyam Kumar, Lyrics-D N Madhok, MD-Naushad

Lyrics

o jaane waale baalamwaa
laut ke aa laut ke aa
jaa main naa teraa baalamwaa
bewafaa bewafaa
aa
o jaane waale baalamwaa
laut ke aa laut ke aa
jaa main naa teraa baalamwaa
bewafaa bewafaa

tere bin meraa jiyaa
laage naa kahin bhi piyaa
haay laage naa
yaad nahin chhode teri
duniyaa andheri meri
ab jaaun kahaan
o dil ko le kartaa hai dard jiyaa
laut ke aa laut ke aa
o dil ko le kartaa hai dard jiyaa
laut ke aa laut ke aa
o jaane waale baalamwaa
laut ke aa laut ke aa
jaa main naa teraa baalamwaa
bewafaa bewafaa

ghadi-ghadi panghat pe aanaa
jhooth-mooth ki preet jataanaa
mujhe yaad hai
phir aur kisi se aankh milaanaa
mujhse aankh milaa kar jaanaa
mujhe yaad hai
jhoothon se kaahe boloon jaa ri jaa
bewafaa bewafaa
jhoothon se kaahe boloon jaa ri jaa
bewafaa bewafaa
aa
o jaane waale baalamwaa
laut ke aa laut ke aa
jaa main naa teraa baalamwaa
bewafaa bewafaa

7 Responses to "O jaane waale baalamwaa laut ke aa laut ke aa"

SD Burman, through Kishore Kumar, alludes to various prior song snippets in “chaltee kaa naam gaaDee”, in the song “paanch rupayyaa baaraa aanaa”. RDB does the same in Padosan, again via Kishore Kumar.

Kishore Kumar, in “teaching” Bhola (Sunil Dutt) a little bit of music, uses the refrain of this song.

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Even the choreography was quite ahead of the time.

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Good to be reminded of this song. I remembered the kishore kumar reenacting the same dance movements in the film “Padosan”. Wonderful picturization of this song in “Ratan” clearly ahead of its time.

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I had this record when i was five years old. I am very happy to listen this songs after 61 years. God bless you to have this kind of collection
Thank
Pravin Patel

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working video link:

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The song is picturised on Auzurie and Krishna Kumar. KK and his younger brother, Surya Kumar were trained by Auzurie. Both of them became Choregraphers.

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