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Aate jaate roke mujhe chhede mujhe baalmaa

Posted on: August 3, 2011


“Ek Sapera Ek Lutera” (1965) is a movie starring Feroz Khan and Kumkum. This is a B grade movie and like most B grade movies it had some awesome songs in it. The most well known song from this movie is Ham tumse judaa hoke mar jaayenge ro ro ke

Here is another song from this movie. I became aware of this song only just now and this song haq quickly grown up on me.

This song is a typical folk dance song. In such songs, people , viz heroine with her sahelis, hero and his friends will join in a folk dance, dressed in the dress code of the required folk dance. The song and dance also doubles up as a means for the hero to convince the heroine of the purity of his love for her and the lady , during the end of the song would realise it and accept his love. The fact that Hindi movie folk songs serve this purpose too was not known to me till now. 😀

The song is sung by Suman Kalyanpur, Rafi and chorus and the dance performance by Kumkum and her sahelis is graceful. Feroz Khan is no dancer, but like many non dancer male actors of those days, he manages to pass by grace marks. 😀

Listening to the music, one would bet that the lilting music is Laxmikant Pyarelal’s composition, and he will duly lose his bet. The music is composed by Usha Khanna ! She was like a chamaleon one must say. She could compose music that resembled O P Nayyar and also tunes that resembled Shankar Jaikishan, and here her tune is so Laxmikant Pyarelal like.

Asad Bhopali is the lyricist.

Here is this wonderful song and dance peformance from “Ek Sapera Ek Lutera” (1965).


Song-Aate jaate roke mujhe chhede mujhe baalmaa (Ek sapera ek luteraa) (1965) Singers-Suman Kalyanpur, Rafi, Lyrics-Asad Bhopali, MD-Usha Khanna
Both
Chorus

Lyrics

ek sapera
aaaa
ek luteraa
aaaa
do rangaa hai
saajan meraa

aate jaate roke mujhe
chhede mujhe baalmaa
ho aate jaate roke mujhe
chhede mujhe baalmaa
kabhi kahe jaane jigar
kabhi kahe jaalimaa
ho aate jaate roke mujhe
chhede mujhe baalmaa

ho o o o
o o o
o o o
tere liye kyaa na kiyaa hamne
tere liye kyaa na kiyaa hamne
dil ki lagi
toone na jaani
dil ki lagi
toone na jaani
jaa ri deewaani

aate jaate roke mujhe
chhede mujhe baalmaa
kabhi kahe jaane jigar
kabhi kahe jaalimaa
ho aate jaate roke mujhe
chhede mujhe baalmaa

ho ho ho
ho ho
ho ho
ho ho ho
ho ho
ho ho

behki huyi baaten na kar
bairi zara duniya se dar
ghadi ghadi meri gali
aana jaanaa chhod de
tu bhi gori chori chori
dil jaalaanaa chhod de

haay re haay paapi
mera kahaa nahin maane
aate jaate roke mujhe
chhede mujhe baalmaa
kabhi kahe jaane jigar
kabhi kahe jaalimaa

ho aate jaate roke mujhe
chhede mujhe baalmaa

pyaar mein ham darte nahin
duniya ka gham karte nahin

aisa na ho
hansi ude tere mere pyaar ki
duniya chhoote
par na chhoote
hamse gali yaar ki
pyaar ki khaatir jaan pe khelen
ham hain wo deewaane

aate jaate roke mujhe
chhede mujhe baalmaa
kabhi kahe jaane jigar
kabhi kahe jaalimaa

ho
aate jaate roke mujhe
chhede mujhe baalmaa

ho ho ho
ho ho
ho ho
ho ho ho
ho ho
ho ho

jhhoothe balam
khaa ja qasam
teri qasam
tere hain ham

teri qasam sach hai agar
Le main teri ho gayi
tu jo meri huyi gori
duniya meri ho gayi

koi jale koi mare
apni bala jaane

aate jaate roke mujhe
chhede mujhe baalmaa
kabhi kahe jaane jigar
kabhi kahe jaalimaa

ho aate jaate roke mujhe
chhede mujhe baalmaa

5 Responses to "Aate jaate roke mujhe chhede mujhe baalmaa"

I just remembered this song, must be sung by suman kalyanpur,
“Door kahin door hamein le chalo sanam, jahaan na ho….”.
I heard it on radio, the anouncer said it was from “Ek sapera ek lutera”, I searched for that beautiful song under that film`s name, But I didn`t got any clue about that song.

atulji, arunji, sudhirji,nahmji, lalithaji,anyone who know from which film is this song.??? The starting lines of that song, just now came to my mind(it must be there in subconscious mind, I find it little bit crazy!!!), when I read the film`s name today in the blog. I want to take this opportunity to find out from which film this song belongs to.

The starting lines may be different, but the above said lines are repeated regularly in this song

regards

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Prakash ji,

This song indeed is from EK Saperaa Ek Luteraa (1965). However, the song is sung by Lata Mangeshkar, and not Suman Kalyanpur. The reason you may not find the song listed as ‘Door Kahin Door . . .’ is because the opening lines of the song are different, i.e. “Mere Sanam, Tu Jo Nahin Kuchh Bhi Nahin, Pyaar Hai Mera Aag Mein Jal Rahaa . . .”. After these initial lines, the song starts with the mukhda that is repeated throughout the song “Door Kahin Door . . .”.

This is a peculiar song in this regards. The total length of the song is 5 minutes 40 seconds. The first 1 minute and 40 seconds are a different music, i.e. the part I mentioned above “Mere Sanam . . .”. Then after 1 min, 40 seconds, a been starts to play, and the music changes, and the song continues with “Door Kahin Door. . .”.

Maybe that is how all online listings have lost the actual mukhdaa of this song, 🙂

In the first part of the song, Kum Kum is alone and is calling out to her lover (Feroze Khan). Then the been starts to play indicating that her lover is now on the scene, and then she starts to sing the next part of the song ‘Door Kahin Door . . .”.

Rgds
Sudhir

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Sudhirji,
Itni jaldi, woh bhi itne dher saara information,thank you
Its so sweet of you,
thank you again, thank you..
with love and regards

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Prakash ji,

Very welcome. 🙂

Rgds
Sudhir

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