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Teri mehfil mein aaye hain

Posted on: June 17, 2011


I have so far discussed 54 out of around 100 songs that Sajjad Hussain composed for Hindi movies. The remaining songs are highly elusive and I am always on the lookout for them.

Here is an extremely rare song composed by Sajjad Hussain. This song is from an obscure movie called “Mera Shikaar” (1973). I am not much aware of the detalis of this movie even though I lived through the era when this movie was released (that era was R D Burman-Kishore Kumar era ) and I request our knowledgeable readers to throw more light on this movie.

This song is sung by Rafi. It is written by Shakeel Numani. Only the audio of this song is available and the audio quality is somewhat dodgy, but then something is better than nothing as far as Sajjad Hussain compositions are concerned. and I am highly thankful to the person who uploaded this rare song for us to savour.


Song-Teri mehfil mein aaye hain (Mera Shikaar) (1973) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Shakeel Numani, MD-Sajjad Hussain

Lyrics

aaa
aaa aaa
aaa
aaa aaa
aaa aaa aaa
aaa aaa aaa

teri mehfil
teri mehfil
teri mehfil
teri mehfil mein aaye hain
teri ulfat ke deewaane
teri mehfil mein aaye hain
teri ulfat ke deewaane
shama par jaan de denge
muhabbat ke ye parwaane
shama par jaan de denge
muhabbat ke ye parwaane

muhabbat mein jo guzri hai
wo main jaanoon ya dil jaane
zamaana laakh samjhaaye
to samjhaane se kyaa haasil
tu hi tu hai
tu hi tu hai
tu hi tu hai
tu hi tu hai nigaahon mein
na apne hain na begaane
tu hi tu hai nigaahon mein
na apne hain na begaane
teri mehfil mein aaye hain
teri ulfat ke deewaane

ye aalam hai ki ham
tanhaayiyon mein aahen bharte hain
ye haalat ho gayi hai ab
na jeete hain na marte hain
kisi ne ye nahin poochha
kisi ne ye nahin dekhaa
ki raaten kis tarah katati hain
din kaise guzarte hain
Khudaara paas aa jaao
Khudaara paas aa jaao
Khudaara paas aa jaao
Khudaara paas aa jaao
Khudaara paas aa jaao
Khudaara paas aa jaao
hamaare dil ko behlaane
Khudaara paas aa jaao
hamaare dil ko behlaane
teri mehfil mein aaye hain
teri ulfat ke deewaane

muhabbat ki ye majboori
arre tauba re tauba
sitam sahte hain lekin
ham jubaan se kuchh nahin kehte
kuchh nahin kehte
dil e naadaan aaa
dil e naadaan ka kya hoga
khabar kisko Khuda jaane
dil e naadaan ka kya hoga
khabar kisko Khuda jaane
teri mehfil mein aaye hain
teri ulfat ke deewaane

6 Responses to "Teri mehfil mein aaye hain"

Atul ji,
MERA SHIKAR(1973) was produced by Jugnu Films and directed by KAMRAN.
KAMRAN was a B and C grade movie Hero in late 50s and 60s.His Heroine usually was NAAZI and they were generally,mystery,magic or stunt pictures.There was a class of public, lapping up such movies.I remember having seen many of his movies.
MERA SHIKAR was a B grade movie.The cast was Dara Singh,Ameeta,Anwar Hussain,Kamran,Shyam kumar and for comedy,there were Maruti,Jr.Mehmood and Mohan Choti.
The story was a revenge story.Dara singh,in his childhood,has seen a smuggler(Anwar Hussain) murder his father.The smuggler also molests a young girl(Ameeta) who tells her brother Kamran.Now Darasingh and the brother-sister combo has a common objective-of killing the smuggler.
In the final scene,when the trio catches the smuggler,it is Ameeta who kills him.Meanwhile Dara Singh falls in her love etc.etc.
There were many fighting and stunt scenes in the film.

-AD

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Arun Bhai,

You have opened up ‘purani yaden’,when you mentioned about Kamran and Naazi.His movies had weird titles,and these films were always running in third class theatres in some corner of the city.The crowd that came to see the movie looked for entertainment,fights,stunts,comedy and happy endings.They always got this ,forget about sensible script or histrionics.A major chunk of the crowd used to be schoolchildren bunking their classes.
White collared society scoffed at such movies,but I feel,by satisfying the working class,these films averted their wrong paths and gave them what they dreamt.
There was some improvement in the class of such films,when Dara Singh,Randhava,Azaad,Hemant Birje and the likes of them entered this field.We know that many famous Bollywood Heroins became famous after acting first in such B and C grade movies.One example is that of Mumtaz.
Thanks once again,Arunbhai.
You seem to be knowing so much about old movies and actors,that sometimes I wonder what must be your age !

-IDLMan

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Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh has been watching movies since 1940s, I believe. and fortunately for us, he remembers facts about the movies of those days.

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IDL Man ji,

Re ‘puraani yaaden’ – “The crowd that came to see the movie looked for entertainment,fights,stunts,comedy and happy endings.They always got this ,forget about sensible script or histrionics.A major chunk of the crowd used to be schoolchildren bunking their classes.”

Such a nostalgic reminder, for I used to do such things. Not so much from school, but yes, in college. Along with some friends, we used to just bunk classes without a plan, once in 4 to 6 weeks, and go to some run down C class cinema hall to watch the movies. The old movies generally played in the morning show at 9 am, and it was convinient, because in the time table, the morning classes were usually for supplementary subjects, so that took away the guilt factor also. 😀

What wonderful good old days . . . 🙂

Rgds
Sudhir

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Sudhir ji/IDLMan ji,
With your comments on ‘purani yadein’,I remembered my younger days when we were habituated(addicted-one may say) to see the morning shows on Fridays,Saturdays and Sundays,in holidays and on every sunday(occasionally on saturdays too), on other times.
The morning shows were at 9am,11am or 12 noon in different theatres.there used to be only 2 classes lower and upper.The lower cost 5 annas and the upper 10annas.The films were II or III run Hindi movies or western cowboy or Republic Serials like Captain Marvel,Trip to the Moon etc.
I saw most of the old hindi films like this.I also saw Telugu and Kannada films.
Those were the days !Nowadays the movie tickets in Multiplexes cost between 150 to 450.rupees each !
-AD

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A 35 second video has been uploaded on the youtube. Sad that the complete song cannot be seen. But nevertheless a nice song.

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