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Tumhe geeton mein dhaaloongaa

Posted on: November 21, 2011


By 1970s, Rajshree Productions had hit upon a cost effective winning formula. In their movies, they would ensure that the story and music was the king and actors were non entities. They would hire newcomers in lead roles and make them work for pittance. As for music, they would hire music directors who were prepared to work for less fee. Their standard music director throughout 1970s was Ravindra Jain, who doubled up as the lyricist too. His music was the single biggest reason for the success of these movies as far as I am concerned. personally I felt the same way that a mouse felt when he heard the music of the pied Piper. whenever I heard the music of a Rajshree Productions movie, I felt like going to the movie hall showing that movie.

The first Rajshree movie that I thus saw, attracted by the music of the movie, was “Dulhan Wahi Jo piya Man Bhaaye”(1978). I liked this movie so much that I watched it five times, and each time by buunking my classes ! Rameshwari, who played the title role had won me over in that movie.

When the next Rajshree Production movie called “Paheli” (1979) was released in my town, I went to watch the movie with the same high expectations, and I was hughly let down. The lead actress of this movie was no patch on Rameshwari. in fact the movie itself was no patch on “DWJPMB”. The only way one would have liked this movie was if one watched it without pre conceived notions, and I who was won over by DWJPMB was not likely to be blessed with absence of pre conceived notion at my age. The movie itself did nearly as well as BWJPMB which meant that there were still many movie watchers who watched this movie with an open mind and liked it.

After that I watched many Rajshree Productions movies. I liked all of them better than Paheli but not in the same league as DWJPMB. And the biggest reason for my liking these movies remained the same, viz the music.

On a few movies, the music director was different, but the style of music remained the same. “Saawan Ko Aane Do” (1979) was one Rajshree Production movie that had music by a different music director, viz Rajkamal, and to most ears, the music sounds no different from the music of Ravindra Jain. the music of this movie was hugely popular and the music was once again the biggest reason why this movie became successful.

I watched this movie just once ( I mentioned earlier that none of the subsequent Rajshree movie could match up with DWJPMB as far as I was concerned) and I watched it in a mini sized movie hall. In the place where I was lived those days (now famous for being Dhoni’s home town. Dhoni was not even born those days, of course), there were two movie hall complexes that had twin movie halls. One was normal sized hall and other was mini sized hall called mini. That was the forerunner of multiplexes, you can say. I watched this movie in Mini Vasundhara, if I recall the name of the movie complex correctly.

I have discussed as many as three songs from “Saawan Ko Aane Do” (1979). Here is the title song of the movie. this song is sung by Jaspal Singh, though there is a female voice that utters a single word “kab” a few times. This word is uttered by Kalyani Mitra. They should have saved this money by asking Jarina Wahab, the leading lady to utter this single word. Or who knows, Kalyani Mitra too may have done it for free.

The song is picturised on Arun Govil, Zarina Wahab and many other ladies.

Gauhar Kanpuri is the lyricist.


Song-Tumhe geeton mein dhaaloonga saawan ko aane do(Saawan Ko Aane Do) (1979) Singer-Jaspal Singh, Kalyani Mitra, Lyrics-Gauhar Kanpuri, MD-Rajkamal

Lyrics

tumhen geeton mein dhaaloongaa
aa aa aa haa
tumhen geeton mein dhaaloongaa
tumhen geeton mein dhaaloongaa
saawan ko aane do
saawan ko aane do
saawan ko aane do
tumhen geeton mein dhaaloongaa
tumhen geeton mein dhaaloongaa
saawan ko aane do
saawan ko aane do
saawan ko aane do
ho ho o o
ho o o o
ho o o o o

jhoolon ki hongi kataaren
phoolon ki hongi bahaaren
jhoolon ki hongi kataaren
phoolon ki hongi bahaaren
sargam ki lay pe bhanwre
kaliyon kaa ghoonghat utaaren
sapne jagaa loongaa
tumko tumhi se main
ek din churaa loongaa
kab
saawan ko aane do
saawan ko aane do

dekho ye shaan hamaari
ham hain pawan ke pujaari
dekho ye shaan hamaari
ham hain pawan ke pujaari
dharti-gagan ke milan ki
aarti hamne utaari
ab main na maanoongaa
is dil ke darpan mein
tumko sajaa loongaa
kab
saawan ko aane do
saawan ko aane do

baadal se ras-rang barse
pyaasaa man kaahe ko tarse
baadal se ras-rang barse
pyaasaa man kaahe ko tarse
kehti hai barkhaa deewaani
gori simat nahin dar se
apnaa banaa loongaa
dil mein basaa loongaa
seene se lagaa loongaa
kab
saawan ko aane do
saawan ko aane do
tumhen geeton mein dhaaloongaa
tumhen geeton mein dhaaloongaa
saawan ko aane do
saawan ko aane do
saawan ko aane do
saawan ko aane do

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2 Responses to "Tumhe geeton mein dhaaloongaa"

i used to simply love this song

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