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Tere khayaalon mein ham

Posted on: April 28, 2012


This article is written by Khyati Bhatt, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog.

Usually when we go on a road trip and if I am driving, my husband and kids knows which songs I am going to listen, I mean of which artist. So, when I ask them to play my ipod, without any inquiry, they would start playlist of Rafi. Second playlist consists of all romantic songs, another playlist is about blue mood songs, the next one is prayer/bhajans/gospel which I play in the morning. Last but not least is the playlist of songs which I can listen to any time/part of the day. I have named it as all time favorite.

So, I was driving to the LAX airport to pick up my nephew, who was returning back from India. I was excited, yeh soch ke ki koi Bharat se aa raha hai aur mujhe itni saari baatein sun ne ko milegi. So, I searched for my “all time favorite” playlist and started listening to these songs. Then started a song, one of my most favorite of Asha Bhonsle, “tere khayalon mein hum…….” from Geet Gaya Pattharon ne. Very next moment, I thought of this blog and had a doubt if this song was already posted on the blog. After I received my nephew, on the way back home, he was sharing all the news about my parents, his parents (my bhai-bhabhi) about the hard life of people in India, hot and humid weather of Mumbai and so many other issues/stories etc. I tried my best to be part of this conversation but all the time I was just thinking about this song. After we came back home, without wasting any time, I turned on my computer and within few seconds, found out that it was not on the blog. So, here I would love to share this beautiful melody with this small write up with all of you.

Many music lovers have doubted the ability of this versatile singer and here she proves her strength and capacity in her field. The song is picturised on debudants Jeetendra and Rajshree. It is penned by Hasrat Jaipuri and composed by Ramlal. I have seen this movie on DD during my high school year. I have no idea on how successful was this movie at the box office. But songs are very melodious. My other favorites are Aaja o jaan e jaan, mere meharbaan…another gem by Ashaji, Aayi ye padhariye, geet gaaya patthharon ne by Ashaji and Kishori Amonkar.

The Most important memory of this movie I have is the song “mandave tale garib ke……of C H Atma. For the first time I saw him as an actor and as a singer. In the begining, I did not like his voice, may be because of the age, but then when my brother bought a cassette of his NFS, I slowly started appreciating his voice and few of his songs became my favorites.

Without any further delay, I am sending this to Atulji. Hope you will cherish Ashaji’s mesmerizing voice in this song!

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Song-Tere khayaalon mein ham (Geet Gaaya Pattharon Ne)(1964) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Ramlal

Lyrics

o o o o
o o

tere khayaalon mein hum
teri hi baahon mein hum
tere khayaalon mein hum
teri hi baahon mein hum
apne hain dono jahaan
aan
ho jaayen bekhud yahaan
tere khayaalon mein hum
ho oo oo oo
ho oo oo

hoon roshni bhor ki
palkon mein tere chhupi
ee ee ee
hoon roshni bhor ki
palkon mein tere chhupi
jab aankh kholega tu
putli mein honge hum hi
jab aankh kholega tu
putli mein honge hum hi
hum hain kala ki zabaan
aahon mein tere rawaan
tere khayaalon mein hum
ho oo oo oo
ho oo oo

madbhari chanchal ye shaam
deti hai tujh ko payaam
madbhari chanchal ye shaam
deti hai tujh ko payaam
patthar pe kar shaayari
tujh ko hamaara salaam
ho oo oo
patthar pe kar shaayari
tujh ko hamaara salaam
tu hai jahaan hum wahaan
aan
jhoome zameen aasmaan
tere khayaalon mein hum
teri hi baahon mein hum
apne hani dono jahaan
ho jaayen bekhud yahaan
tere khayaalon mein hum
ho oo oo oo
ho oo oo

8 Responses to "Tere khayaalon mein ham"

Khyatiji, I am lost for words! I really don’t know what to say.

I absolutely loved your write-up (especially the part “he was sharing all the news about my parents, his parents (my bhai-bhabhi) about the hard life of people in India, hot and humid weather of Mumbai and so many other issues/stories etc. I tried my best to be part of this conversation but all the time I was just thinking about this song. After we came back home, without wasting any time, I turned on my computer and within few seconds, found out that it was not on the blog.” :-))))

Then, the song!!!

I think there are some songs that are deep, deep in my subconscious – I see these as songs I must have heard when I was very very young (before becoming aware of things in this world). All I know about them is that I’ve heard them before – when, how, where, no idea!

And since I very often don’t even know the words (I just know that I’ve heard them), I have no way of listening to them again unless serendipity strikes.

And indeed it has today. When I saw the title, it didn’t register. But when I heard the first two lines, bang! It was like an electric shock in my body. I do remember, very very vaguely, seeing this movie when I was very young. Maybe the memory is from then.

Had it not been for you, I wouldn’t have heard this today. Thank you so much!

And what an absolutely beautiful song this is. I can understand why it is in your “anytime” list! 🙂

Btw, I also have an “anytime” list. It has songs like “aaj mausam bada beimaan hai”. 🙂

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Khyati ji,

The above comments has all i wanted to write. It is wonderful of you to share your experiences with us. I have also seen this film on TV and this song i also remember hearing many times on Radio.

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Thanks a lot Khyatiji! I too had almost completely forgotten about ‘Geet Gaya Pattharo Ne’. I was in the IX Std when my friend and I had bunked school and watched this movie in the Plaza Theatre in Dadar, Bombay (as it was then called).
We had enjoyed the movie thoroughly because of the good songs and a fresh new pair—-Rajshree and Jeetendra! There’s a ‘chhed chhad’ song…”Aayiye padharite…” sung by Mahendra Kapoor and Asha Bhosale.
Did you know that Jeetendra had acted as an extra in V Shantaram’s earlier movie ‘Sehra’ starring Sandhya and Prashanth?
Did you also know that Rajshree set a bold new trend in this movie? Wearing a sari below the navel!
Did you know that the music for ‘Sehra’ was also given by Ramlal? I wonder what happened to him after these two movies. He just vanished as if by magic!

TAILPIECE: The day after we saw this movie, my mother gave me a verbal lashing for going for a movie without informing her! How did she know? In true filmi style, our ‘dhoodwala’ too had seen the movie and was seated three rows behind us! He very casually mentioned to my mother that he’d seen ‘baba’ and the neighbouring boy in the theatre!
If I wasn’t small and thin as a lamppost and the ‘bhaiyya’ hadn’t been built like a beefy ‘pehalwan’ I’d have……..

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Khyati ji,

Thanks for bringing out this wonderful song. And its picturization is just so good – a surreal experience being shared by the sculptor, his thoughts and his dreams expressed as this song, as if playing inside his mind. Just as Raja ji says, the songs seems to be playing in the subconscious.
Sublime.

Mani ji,
Music director Ramlal simply seemed to have disappeared from the industry after these two films. I have been so far unsuccessful in digging out more info about him, except that he passed away in 2004.

Rgds
Sudhir

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Kyatiji, This is a beautiful song, so haunting. I like this movie too, rather strange like many V Shantaram offerings, but interesting.

Now I remember, Rajshri had started the trend for the low sarees, thanks for reminding me of that Maniji. One of my cousin used to wear them tied low like that.

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There is one more stanza in this song, the lyrics of which are missing here. I wanted to check few words from that stanza. Please provide these lyrics if possible. Thanks.

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Sorry, it is there. I don’t know how missed it completely despite my eyes wide open while seeing. I am extremely sorry for it.

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