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Saamne ye kaun aayaa dil mein huyi halchal

Posted on: September 3, 2010


This post is written by Raja, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor of posts to this blog

It is my gut feel (and I may be wrong here) that the early 70s saw more newcomers entering the Hindi film industry for significant roles (not necessarily hero/heroine) than any other period before this time.

Maybe it was because of Film Institute graduates getting into the industry, maybe it was just the ushering of a new era but whatever it was, there were a number of new names coming in.

Shatrughan Sinha, Vinod Khanna, Danny, Ranjeet as villains, Paintal and Asrani as comedians, Parikshat Sahani, Anil Dhawan, Vinod Mehra, Rakesh Roshan, Vijay Arora, Amitabh Bachchan, Navin Nischol, Kabir Bedi, Rakesh Pandey as heroes. And then there were Radha Saluja, Rehana Sultana, Jaya Bhaduri amongst a host of heroines too, I am sure.

All this within a space of 3-4 years.

And all this while the Rajesh Khanna tsunami was on. 😀

Those were interesting, if not necessarily rewarding times, for a new actor to join the industry.

It was at this time that another actor joined the industry. Some will argue that I use the term “actor” rather charitably since I am referring to Randhir Kapoor. I remember in my schooldays he was considered to be THE actor you would want to act opposite if you wanted a flop movie. A bit like Sunil Shetty or Shilpa Shetty in the 1990s.

Poor Randhir! I personally did not mind him at all. Sure, his movies often disappeared without a trace but I found him quite affable. He would carry his not inconsiderable weight around jumping and dancing, have some songs in the garden with the heroine, have one sad scene where his “puppy” eyes would be in close-up – and he would, in the climax, have a fight scene in the villain’s den. Absolutely nothing to remember the movie for, except possibly the odd good song.

I don’t recall anybody ever saying of a Randhir movie “you know what, Randhir’s acting was special!”. Oh yes, Raj Kapoor did say that. I remember reading interviews with him where he would often talk highly of Randhir’s acting. Well, they did say that parental love was blind. 😀

But, for all his bumbling, I liked Randhir. I liked him in Haath Ki Safai, Rampur Ka Laxman, Humrahi and lots of movies that I cannot remember the names of anymore. Not surprising, since they starred Randhir.

It was not always like this. He was launched by his dad with great fanfare in that Kapoor family album which was made into a movie “Kal Aaj Aur Kal”. And though that did not do well, he did have a major share of glory with a big hit in Jawani Diwani.

I remember this movie very well. The songs were a rage at that time, with RD Burman the reigning king of music. Both Randhir and Jaya Bhaduri (as she was then) became instantly commercially popular, although Jaya had already proven herself to be a capable actress with movies like Koshish.
The Randhir craze wore off fairly quickly though. 😉

The movie itself, from what I remember of it, was reasonably good but no great shakes. The music was easily its highlight.

Here is the first song from this movie to appear on this blog. One of the many popular songs of this movie “Saamne ye kaun aaya dil mein hui hulchul”. A typical Kishore catchy number, to RD Burman’s fun beat.

Enjoy!

Audio

Video

Song-Saamne ye kaun aayaa dil mein huyi halchal (Jawaani Deewaani) (1972) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

Hey………….
Hey o
rara ra ra ra ra ra ra ra
Hey hey

Saamne ye kaun aaya dil mein huyi hulchul
Dekh ke bas ek hi jhalak ho gaye hum paagal
Saamne ye kaun aaya dil mein huyi hulchul
Dekh ke bas ek hi jhalak ho gaye hum paagal
Arrey baatein mulaqaatein hum se bhi to hongeen
Arrey hum se khulengey wo aaj nahin to kal
Saamne ye kaun aaya dil mein huyi hulchul
Dekh ke bas ek hi jhalak ho gaye hum paagal
La la la
la la la la
La la la la la
la la la la la
La la la
la la la la
La la la la la
la la la la la

Rehna hai yahaan to
Donon hain jawaan to
Bhala door kaise rahengey
Maana wo haseen hain
To hum bhi kam nahin hain
Wo magroor kaise rahengey
Rehna hai yahaan to
Donon hain jawaan to
Bhala door kaise rahengey
Maana wo haseen hain
To hum bhi kam nahin hain
Wo magroor kaise rahengey
La la la
la la la la la
la la la la
la la la la
Saamne ye kaun aaya dil mein huyi hulchul
Dekh ke bas ek hi jhalak ho gaye hum paagal

Aankhon hi aankhon mein
Baaton hi baaton mein
Kabhi jaan pehchaan hogi
Sun lo ye kahaani
Haseena ek anjaanee
Kisi din meherbaan hogi
Aankhon hi aankhon mein
Baaton hi baaton mein
Kabhi jaan pehchaan hogi
Sun lo ye kahaani
Haseena ek anjaanee
Kisi din meherbaan hogi
Zu zu zu
Zu zu zu zu
Zu zu zu zu
Zu zu zu zu
Saamne ye kaun aaya dil mein huyi hulchul
Dekh ke bas ek hi jhalak ho gaye hum paagal
Arrey baatein mulaqaatein hum se bhi to hongeen
Arrey hum se khulengey wo aaj nahin to kal
Saamne ye kaun aaya dil mein huyi hulchul
Dekh ke bas ek hi jhalak ho gaye hum paagal
Papapapapa
Turuturu
papapapa
Papapapapa

2 Responses to "Saamne ye kaun aayaa dil mein huyi halchal"

and today we have the closing song for this movie.
i mean last song 🙂

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Enjoyed the post Raja Saab 🙂
yes, seventies were special in many ways and it is in these years that we have galaxy of ‘stars’ of the earlier decades and the many new comers who later on had their ‘share’, and it was in this era that we have the ‘First ever Super Star’,and again it was in these years only that the ‘Hindi Cinema’ saw many ‘changes’ , and I think it was a ‘transitionary phase’ for the ‘Hindi movies’ 🙂
I too had not watched this movie but since its songs must be have been popular then and frequently heard thereafter on radio they have make to my impressionable mind since those years when I was a ‘child’ 🙂

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