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Sadqe teri chaal ke jaadoogar Bangaal ke

Posted on: November 23, 2011


“Mr X” (1957) is a movie which was a Sippy Films presentation and it was directed by Nanabhai Bhatt. The movie had Ashok Kumar, Nalini Jaiwant, Pran, Nishi, Rajen Kapoor, Leela Misra, Sheela Vaz, Amirbai Karnataki, Hari Shivdasani, Helen, Johnny Walker etc in it.

This movie had some interesting songs in it. A westen music based song, viz. Laal laal gaal jaan ke hai laagu was one of the most popular songs of that year.

Here is another song from this movie. This song is a duet which is sung by Rafi and Geeta Dutt. Tanveer Naqvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by N Datta.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by nahm.

Here is this rare song from a forgotten movie on the occasion of Geeta Dutt’s birthday (23rd november).


Song-Sadke teri chaal ke Jaadoogar Bangaal ke (Mr X) (1957) Singers-Rafi, Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Tanvir Naqvi,MD-N Datta

Lyrics(Provided by nahm)

aaa haa haa haa haa
sadqe teri chaal ke
sadqe teri chaal ke
kajra vajra daal ke
jaanewaali aana kabhi
yaaron ki gali
O jaadugar Bangaal ke
aashiq Nainitaal ke
raste se na aaun tere
aise hi bhali

arre sadqe teri chaal ke

o o o o
chalte ishaaron se
dil kyun lubhaaya toone
aankhon hi aankhon mein
pyaar jataaya toone
chhed ke mere dil ko
pehle jagaaya toone
baaten banaa ke jhoothi
mujh ko jalaaya toone

nakhre hain kamaal ke
duniya dekh bhaal ke
jaanewaali aana kabhi
yaaron ki gali
arre sadqe teri chaal ke
kajra vajra daal ke
jaanewaali aana kabhi
yaaron ki gali
O jaadugar Bangaal ke
aashiq Nainitaal ke
raste se na aaun tere
aise hi bhali

oye sadqe teri chaal ke

o o o
chhodo ji pehli baaten
ab dil ki maan jaao
main hoon puraana aashiq
mujh ko pehchaan jaao
mardon ki zaat badi
kaisi hai jaan gaye
kadke ho mister jaani
tum ko pehchaan gaye

arrey ghaate nahin maal ke
raja hain is haal ke
jaanewaali aana kabhi
yaaron ki gali
sadqe teri chaal ke
kajra vajra daal ke
jaanewaali aana kabhi
yaaron ki gali
O jaadugar bangaal ke
aashiq Nainitaal ke
raste se na aaun tere
aise hi bhali

arre sadqe teri chaal ke

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4 Responses to "Sadqe teri chaal ke jaadoogar Bangaal ke"

Atul ji,
The idea of invisibility has always fascinated man.Right from our Puranas to Arabian Nights and from vedas to sacred books,everywhere it is mentioned.
In !897,H.G.Wells first wrote the story of ‘The Invisible Man’ and it caught the fancy of people all over the world.When Talkie films came,it was not surprising that starting with The Invisible Man in 1933,there were 11 films on this theme within next 20 years.
This fad also came to India and the first film Mr.X was made in 1938,by Prakash pictures.
Sippy films made Mr.X in 1957,produced by G.P.Sippy,Directed by Nanabhai Bhatt,Music by N.Dutta and Lyrics by,Majrooh,Hasarat,Tanvir Naqvi and Bharat Vyas.
Mid fifties was also the time when Rock and Roll was making waves all over the world.Bill Halley and his famous “Rock around the clock tonight” was shaking the world.No doubt India too jumped on the band wagon and during 55 to 58,there was a peak of Rock n Roll songs in Hindi films.Songs like Laal Laal Gaal and Ina mina deeka were the rage those days.
Mr. X was a story of an assistant to a scientist who drinks the magic potion and disappears.Unfortunately,there is no medicine to make him visible again.To make it more intersting,the Scientists daughter is in love with the invisibla man,there is a conspirator who does not hasitate to murder and kidnap people to achieve his neferious goals,police chase,discovery of ‘re-appearance ‘ medicine,kidnapping,fighting and finally the invisible man becoming visible after the culprit is caught and the happy ending with the magic potion getting destroyed for ever.
It was a very interesting film with Johnny walker playing Laundrywala,who uses the customers’ suits in nights and sings few songs,including the above and the cult song,Laal Laal Gaal.
-AD

Thanks a lot for these details about this movie.

another forgotten gem of my time
many thanks

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