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Barjori karke sainyya ne bainyya marodi mori

Posted on: September 12, 2011


During the discussions of a few old songs in this blog, the mention of “Aadmi” (1939) has been made a few times. This movie was a landmark movie in the annals of Hindi as well as Indian cinema.

This movie was directed by V Shantaram and it had Shahu Modak, Shanta Hublikar, Bai Sundrabai, Ram Marathe, Master Chotu, Buasaheb, Gauri etc in it.

The movie may be a landmark movie, but that does not necessarily mean that accurate information is available about this movie. The information about the songs of this movie are sketchy and often totally incorrect, which are then faithfully replicated by every other internet site.

Here is a song from “Aadmi” (1939). Every source mentions the singer of this song as Ram Marathe, while common sense would suggest that it can hardly be the case. One can see that a female singer is singing this song in front of her clients, and Ram Marathe was a male actor. Most likely, the female actor giving this performance had sung the song herself. If we know her name then we will know the name of the singer. I request our knowledgeable readers to tell us more about the movie as well as about the singer of this song.

Lyricist of this song is supposedly Munshi Aziz, who I thought was the same as Aziz Kashmiri, but it turns out that he was a different person. Music composer was Master Krishnarao.

Here is this interesting song from “Aadmi” (1939). I have provided audio as well as video link of this song. Considering the age of the movie, this song is available in a very good quality. The people who have preserved it in this great shape deserve our heartfelt thanks.

PS-Now thanks to the valuable informations provided by Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh, I know that the singer is indeed Ram Marathe. He was 12 years of age at that time and he had a feminine voice. In Hindi movies, female singers gave playback for kids in the subsequent years, but here in a role reversal, a kid is seen een giving playback for a female actor Shanta Hublikar from behind the curtains. So I stand corrected. The singer is Ram Marathe after all.

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Song-Barjori karke sainyyan ne bainyyaan marodi mori (Aadmi) (1939) Singer-Ram Marathe, Lyrics-Munshi Aziz, MD-Master Krishno Rao

barjori karke sainyya ne bainyya marodi mori
barjori karke sainyya ne bainyya marodi mori
main boli jaao jaao
main boli jaao jaao
achchi nahin thathhori
achchi nahin thathhori
bainyya marodi mori
sautan ke ghar se aaye
wo kyaa mujhe sataane
sautan ke ghar se aaye
wo kyaa mujhe sataane
haan jaao
haan jaao
wahin jaao
wahin jaao
wahin jaao
barjori karke sainyya ne bainyya marodi mori
barjori karke sainyya ne bainyya

zaalim ye kyaa tareekaa
zaalim ye kyaa tareekaa
leta hai dil kisi ka
leta hai dil kisi ka
zaalim ye kyaa tareekaa
haan
zaalim ye kyaa tareekaa
deta hai dil kisi ko
deta hai dil kisi ko
meethhi baaten suni piyaa
meethhi baaten suni piyaa
jiyaraa na jaraa
jiyaraa na jaraa
haan jaao
haan jaao
wahin jaao
wahin jaao
wahin jaao
barjori karke sainyya ne bainyya marodi mori
barjori karke sainyya ne bainyya marodi mori
barjori karke sainyya

7 Responses to "Barjori karke sainyya ne bainyya marodi mori"

Atul,
The lyricist of this song is Munshi Aziz i.e., Aziz Kashmiri which has been correctly tagged but in your write up, Munshi Arzoo i.e., Arzoo Lucknowi has been mentioned which needs to be corrected.

The song may have been sung by Ram Marathe. My guess is that the boy behind the curtain who sings for the female actor may be Ram Marathe but not sure.

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Atul ji,
AADMI(1939),a landmark movie,emphasizing the need to understand a MAN iside a Policeman,was very popular movie.
The above song is indeed sung by Ram Marathe,who was only 12 year old boy that time hence his voice sounds faminine.In those days(and even these days) children’s voice was used for either boys,Girls or ladies.
For example,you will find many lady singers giving playback for boys.
The situation in the film is that Shanta Hublikar the lady in the song(Kesar in the film),is totally new here and does not know the song.Ram Marathe,who does the role of a chaiwala in the film helps her by actually
singing the song ,and Kesar only lip synching it.
RAM PURUSHOTHAMDAS MARATHE born in 1927 in pune,joined Jayant films and then Prabaht.He became the lead actor in Prabhat’s GOPALKRISHNA in 1938 and then acted in Aadmi-1939.
He was trained in music by Vilayat kahan,Mirashibuwa,Barve,Master krishnarao etc and later was a vocalist of Gwalior,Jaipur and Agra Gharana.
He acted in Hindi Marathi and Gujarati films for 30 years.He was very famous on Marathi stage.
He died in 1989.

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contd……….
The detailed info about the film AADMI(1939) is given by me in my comments on Saigal’s NFS “Gar siya bakhta hi hona….”n 2-9-2011.
-AD

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Thanks a lot for this information and clarification. Female singers singing for kids was something familar to me, but a kid singing for a woman, that too as far back as in 1939. is something new for me. 🙂

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Atul,
Munshi Arzoo still remains in your write up.

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Atul ji,
The Lyricist for this film-all songs -was MUNSHI AZIZ.
Munshi Aziz is NOT same as AZIZ KASHMIRI.
They are 2 different Lyricists.
Aziz Kashmiri started his Lyric writing only with HIMMAT -1941,in which he wrote 9 songs.
Whereas,Munshi Aziz started much earlier like Duniya na maane-1937,Aadmi-1939,Karwaan-44 etc etc.
Kindly make changes in your write up accordingly.
-AD

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Oh! I missed this comment.
I stand corrected.

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