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More angnaa mein aaye aali

Posted on: November 15, 2011


“Vidyapati” (1937) is one of the earliest Hindi talkies and it is one that was a landmark movie of its time. It was produced by Calcutta’s New Theatre. This movie starred Pahadi Sanyal, Prithviraj Kapoor, Kanan Devi, K C Dey, K N Singh, Kidar Sharma, Nemo, Chhaaya Devi, Leela Desai etc.

With time, the songs of this movie are becoming rarer to find. I have so far discussed four songs from this movie including a couple of rare songs. Here is another even rarer song from this movie. What a fantastic song it is ! Those who have not heard this song before but who love the music of that era will definitely enjoy listening to this song.

The song is sung by Kanan Devi. Kidar Sharma is the lyricist. Music was composed by R C Boral.

Since Kanan Devi also starred in this movie, so it is obvious that the song was picturised on herself.

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Song-More angnaa me aaye aali (Vidyapati)(1937) Singer-Kanan Devi, Lyrics-Kidar Sharma,MD-R C Boral

Lyrics

morey angnaa mein aaye aali
main chaal chaloon matwaali
ei ei
angnaa mein aaye aali
jab aanchal hamra pakden
ham hans hans unse jhhagden
jab aanchal hamra pakden
ham hans hans unse jhhagden
choli pe najariya jaaye
choli pe najariya jaaye
mori chunri lipat mose jaaye
haan haan
chunri lipat mose jaaye
morey angnaa mein aaye aali
main chaal chaloon matwaali
anganaa mein aaye aali

aaa aaa aaa aaa
aaa aaa aaa aaa
wo aur badhen
morey painyya paden
wo aur badhen
morey painyya paden
kaise maanoon baat hamaari
main aah bharoon mukh pher kahoon
main aah bharoon mukh pher kahoon
nahin maanoongi baat tihaari
haan
nahin maanoongi baat tihaari
nahin maanoongi baat tihaari
tihaari
nahin maanoongi baat tihaari
haan
nahin maanoongi baat tihaari
tihaari
nahin maanoongi baat tihaari
morey angnaa mein aaye aali
main chaal chaloon matwaali
anganaa mein aaye aali
main chaal chaloon matwaali
anganaa mein aaye aali

9 Responses to "More angnaa mein aaye aali"

Atul ji,
VIDYAPATI-1937,was indeed a landmark movie.
Produced by New Theatres,Calcutta, it was special in many respects.The director was Debaki Bose,who wrote the story,screenplay and dialogues also along with Qazi Nazrul Islam,one of the greatest Rebel poets of Bengal.
.Qazi Nazrul Islam(1899-1976) migrated to Bangladesh in 1972,on that Govt’s invitation and died there only.He is called the National poet of Bangla Desh.He has written over 4000 songs and is considered next only to Tagore.
The music was by R.C.Boral and all songs were written by Kidar Sharma.Kidar Sharma was doing his stint at Calcutta,just before going over to Bombay in 1940 and churning out films in Ranjit Movietone.
It was only 5-6 years since the Talkies started and Music played a major role in any film’s success those days.People used to throng Theatres to listen to songs,as Record availability was not that rampant till then and otherwise also having a Gramophone was a luxury,in any case.
The film had a very impressive star cast of that time-Prithwiraj Kapoor,Pahadi Sanyal,Kanan Devi,K.C.Dey,Chhaya devi,K.N.Singh,RamPyari (more about this actress some other time),Leela Desai,Nemo,Kidar etc.
The story and screenplay was fast moving and a new technique of moving the camera on Trolleys was used-as against the usual static camera position.Music also played a major role in its success.
The story hovered around King of Mithila,Shiv Singh(P.Kapoor),who loves his wife Queen Laxmi(Chhaya Devi) very much.The king invites noted poet Vidyapati(Pahadi Sanyal-real name Nagendra Nath) as a Court Poet.He comes with his trusted follower Anuradha(Kanan Devi).
Queen Laxmi falls in love with Vidyapati.The king becomes very sad and falls ill,after knowing this.Anuradha tries to console him.The queen also is disturbed due to her duel loyalties and decides to commit suicide.
She is encouraged by the Prime Minister(K.N.Singh),for his own reasons.

At the end of the film both the King and Queen sacrifice their lives before the statue of God Vishnu(who sheds tears,in the film).K.C.Dey’s song ‘Panghat pe kanhaiya aata hai’ became very famous.In the film this song is almost 8 minutes with chorus.He does the role of Rajguru.
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Thanks for the details. It is an interesting insight into the movies of those days.

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THIS VIDEO IS AVAILABLE SO WHY PUT ONLY AUDIO ?

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I will provide the video link if I am aware of the link.

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VIDEO IS AVAILABLE. I HAVE ALSO

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Thanks Atul ji for this lovely post !!
Thanks Deshmukh Sir for the details, and thank you Zoher ji & Kamath Sir for the video links.

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