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O dilwaalon saaz e dil pe jhoom lo

Posted on: April 5, 2011


“Luteraa” (1965) is a B grade movie starring Dara Singh.Of course, Laxmikant Pyarelal, the upcoming music directors, who were signed up to compose music for this movie maintained that Dara Singh movies used to be big banner movies and calling them B grade is unfair. Power to you- Laxmikant Pyarelal. There are definitely many of us now who love these so called B grade movies. They not only had different story lines vis a vis the A grade movies, they also allowed many bit actors the opportunity to showcase their talent. It is these B grade movies that gave us Mumtaz,Sanjeev Kumar, Feroz Khan, to name a few. And it is such movies that gave longer (and often significant) roles to people like Helen, Bela Bose etc. And the music of such movies was almost always A grade.

Here is a lovely revelry song from this movie that takes place on a ship. This song is sung by Lata and lip synced by Bela Bose. She is accompanied by lots of sailors on the ship. Dara Singh is also there, but he does not join in singing and dancing. The Association of tough men (Sheikh Mukhtaar being the other member of the club) apparently forbid its members from participating in singing and dancing. 🙂

The song is written by Anand Bakshi.

This is a joyous song that is ideal to be played for any joyous occasion, like say India winning the cricket world cup title. Reader Prakash Chandra informs that this is a favourite song of his cricket loving mother who sang this song in joy when India won the world cup. Indeed, rest of us too can feel the joy contained in the song and dance, if we feel like. Here is this song from “Luteraa” (1965).


Song-O dilwaalon saaz e dil pe jhoom lo (Luteraa) (1965) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

aa aa ha
aa
la la la laa la la la

o dilwaalon
saaz e dil pe jhoom lo gaa lo
lalalalalala
ahahahahahaa
o dilwaalon
saaz e dil pe jhoom lo gaa lo
lalalalalala
lalalalalalalaala

baar baar aisa samaan na aayegaa
jo gayaa phir kabhi wo yahaan na aayegaa
baar baar aisa samaan na aayegaa
jo gayaa phir kabhi wo yahaan na aayegaa
main bhi hoon tum bhi ho
ham sabhi mehmaan hain
haay
lalalalalalalala
lalalalalalala
ho dilwaalon
saaz e dil pe jhoom lo gaa lo
lalalalalalaala
lalalalalalala

yaar kaun jaane kinaaraa hai kahaan
gham karen ham agar
to guazaara hai kahaan
yaar kaun jaane kinaaraa hai kahaan
gham karen ham agar
to guazaara hai kahaan
main bhi hoon tum bhi ho
ham sabhi toofaan hain
lalalalalalala
lalalallalalala
ho dilwaalon
saaz e dil pe jhoom lo gaa lo
lalalalalalaala
lalalalalalala

lalalala
hahahaha
hahahaha
hahahaaa
hahahaha
aaaa aaa
aaj pyaar bhi ho gaya
to kyaa huaa
ho gayi ye kisi se khataa
to kyaa huaa
aaj pyaar bhi ho gaya
to kyaa huaa
ho gayi ye kisi se khataa
to kyaa huaa
main bhi hoon tum bhi ho
ham sabhi insaan hain
hoy
lalalalalalalal
lalalalalalalala
ho dilwaalon
saaz e dil pe jhoom lo gaa lo
lalalalalalaala
lalalalalalala
lalalalalalalala
lalalalalalalala
lalalalalalalalala

8 Responses to "O dilwaalon saaz e dil pe jhoom lo"

Atulji

My mother is not well versed in Hindi,as she hails from a remote village, but after her marriage, she came to city and afterwards by simply watching hindi movies of that era, she learned her hindi.

During her 3 prenanacy periods, she used to listen Radio ceylone from her hospital room through the window(across there was a petty shop,which is still there, the owner of which used to play every morning “Aap hi ke geet”).
Now, whenever she hear those songs, especially “Tumne mujhe dekha from “Teesri manzil”( from Teesri manzil, Lutera, kab kyon aur kahan,Yakeen,Neela akash, Jab jab phool khile, Mere huzoor,Shikaari, Shikaar, jeevan mrithyu, Lal patthar, Aasra,Baharon ki manzil,jahan pyar mile, abhinetri,Mahal,aadmi aur insaan etc.)
she still gets those vommitting sensations of her pregnanacy periods and nausea sensations, and smells she used to get while she was pregnant. I don`t know whatever the pregnant woman`s feelings, sensations in the stomach, she tells me still today, she gets those feelings and sensations,if she hears songs of that era,she automatically get transported to her that time`s state of mind and body.

During her those days, I was still in her womb, laxmikanth pyarelal were still at their starting stage of career, whenever I heard songs of laxmikant pyarelal, some of them which I did not know till today, I get a familiar feeling that I have heard those songs,by hearing them. My mother tells me laughingly,”Beta,You have heard it,while still your there are in my womb”.

Belive me, whenever I heard the 1965 Lutera songs sung by lata(there are lot`s of them, I don`t remember all)like
a)o dilwalon,
b)kisiko pata na chale baat ka
c)Raat se kaho ruke zara,
d)neend nigaahon ki kho jaati hai….mohabbat, mohabbat
e)sanam raah bhoole
f)mujhe dekhiye main koi daastaan hoon
My hear skips a beat and the sensations I feel, I can`t describe.
Today, I told my mother, that ” Amma, they have included your favourite song, on the blog,” She didn`t told a single word, but I got a heart warming smile from my mother.

On the day of world cup winning, she is so touchy that she feared, if she view the match, India team is going to loose the wickets, You have to see her nervousness, she is so restless that she wants to see the match, but she feard that team India ko unki nazar lag jaayegi. When Dhoni got last sixer, she automatically sang “O dilwaalon saaz-e-dil pe jhoomo, gaao,(she get`s the “Lalalllalallala ” part of the song exactly,like lata, I felt like that way,because she is my mother.

Love you love you,Thank you thank you,
ummm….again lot`s of love for including my AMMA`S song of soul)
I don`t forget your this gesture,until my last breath.

regards
prakash

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Thanks for sharing this lovely tale about your mother. Please convey her my respects.

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Prakash ji,

A very moving and heartwarming experience you have shared, its simply wonderful.

My best regards and wishes to your mother, and of course,
hats off to the power of music. 🙂

Rgds
Sudhir

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lovely anecdote praskchandraji

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The beauty of this song is that it has “MALE” “Chorus” in the background while female singer is the main singer. Excellent composition from Laxmikant-Pyarelal. This is one of the best Album,
of Lata-LP combo..

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