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Tere hamsafar geet hain tere

Posted on: August 28, 2012


A few days back, my wife lamented that our daughter takes her for granted and does not take her suggestions seriously(mujhe ghar ki murgi samajhti hai). What is new about it, I thought to myself, because my wife too takes me for granted. :). And in turn, both of us often underestimate our daughter. The three of us take our pets for granted and the pets return the favour by taking us for granted. 🙂

But seriously, we all realise that all of us are blessed with certain qualities and the others need to appreciate them.

The same principle applies for the blog too. The contributions made by the regulars of this blog in enriching it is inestimable. I have met just a few of the regulars of this blog and have some knowledge about the rest of the regulars, but I know for certain that I am extremely fortunate to have such a special group of like minded individuals. They are all united by our love for Hindi movie music and they all voluntarily and willingly contribute their mite in adding to the knowledgebase of Hindi movie music. All these people, in addition to being diehard lovers of music are also extremely fine human beings. Most of them are in their forties and above and that makes them senior well settled people in their profession lives. To be able to interact with them on a regular basis through this blog and at other similar blogs is a true privilege.

Make no mistake. Each and every contributor of this blog devotes quality time regularly in contributing for the cause of Hindi movie music. Their contributions are adding immensely to the cause of music. I realise and appreciate this fact daily when I go through songs whose lyrics, writeups, as well as other informations, details etc are contributed by our regulars. They are all worth their weight in gold.

These regulars are well known music authorities and they are all authorities in one or more fields related to Hindi movie music. Some are helping translate lyrics and dialogues for the benefit of non Hindi speakers. Some organise music related programmes in their areas. Some unearth difficult to find songs , difficult to find information etc and share them with others.

Sudhir Kapoor, our beloved Sudhir jee is a tireless enthusiast in the field of Hindi movie music. Just name a field of activity related to Hindi movie music and you will find him actively involved in that. He contributes lyrics, write ups, translations to this blog. He locates rare supposedly extinct songs and shares them with music fratenity.In addition, he has befriended legends in the field of Hindi movie music history viz Harmandir Singh Hamraz, Nalin Shah,Surjit Singh etc. He keeps in contact with lots and lots of music enthusiasts as well as with relatives of musical legends. He also organises music related functions. A few months ago, he had organised a function in New Delhi on the occasion of 100 years of Hindi movies, where a four hour long lecdem by Nalin Shah was presented.

Sudhir jee is recognised as an authority in Hindi movie music not only by us but by media too. Yesterday, he was invited by Doordarshan for a 25 minutes long programme on the occasion of Mukesh’s 36th death anniversary. The programme was telecasted at 5 PM on 27 august 2012. In this programme, Sudhir Jee and Shikha Vohra (Anil Biswas’s daughter) discussed Mukesh and his songs.

The same programme will be telecast again today (28 august 2012) at 6 PM on Doordarshan’s bharti channel. Readers of this blog are requested to watch this programme if they can. Finding one among us on national TV is such a pleasure. It helps us bask in reflected glory. 🙂

Sudhir jee is trying to get the recording of this programme from DD. I request our technologically savvy readers to try and record this programme when it is telecast and share with us.

PS-Now that recording is available. Here is the video of that programme.

Finding Sudhir jee on national TV is a proud moment for us in this blog. To share our happiness, here is a wonderful song from “Dharam Karam” (1975).

“Dharam Karam”(1975) was an R K Films production. It was produced and directed by Raj Kapoor. The movie had Raj Kapoor, Randhir Kapoor, Rekha, Premnath, Dara Singh, Pinchoo Kapoor, Narendranath, Urmila Bhatt, Alka, Master Satyajeet, Aarti, Baby Pinky, Rajan Kapoor, Subhash, Jagdish Raj, Fazal Khan, Prakash, Raj rani, Mansaram, Vishwa Mehra, Anand Kaushal, Hercules, Ranvir Raj, Viju Khote, Mushtaq Merchant, Mohan Bali, Ashoo, Sonia Sahni,Abhimanyu Sharma, Ravi, Sandesh Kohli etc in it.

Raj Kapoor employed the music of Shankar Jaikishan in all his movies till “Mera Naam Joker”(1970). After the failure of that movie, Raj Kapoor dismantled that music team and went for a brand new musical team with Laxmikant Pyarelal as the music director in “Bobby” (1973). In his subsequent movie, which was “Dharam Karam”(1975), R D Burman was signed up as the music director, much to the glee of new generation music lovers like me.

The music of this movie was wonderful. Two songs from this movie have already been discussed in the past. Here is this third song from the movie.

This song is sung by Mukesh, Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle and chorus. The song, which is a stage song, is picturised on Raj Kapoor, Randhir Kapoor, Rekha , Premnath etc.

Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist.

This song is an extremely long song running over 10 minutes long. Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.


Song-Tere hamsafar geet hain tere (Dharam Karam)(1975) Singers-Mukesh, Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-R D Burman
Chorus
Mukesh + Kishore Kumar
Kishore Kumar + Asha Bhonsle
Mukesh+Kishore Kumar +Asha Bhonsle + Chorus
Raj Kapoor dialogues
Randhir Kapoor dialogues
Unknown voice

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

ae
kyaa huaa
udaas kyon hai
akelaa hai
hhhhuhhhuh
arre pagle
duniyaa mein koyee akelaa bhi hai
haan..hh

tere hamsafar
geet hain tere
geet hi toh
jeevan meet hain tere
tere hamsafar
geet hain tere
geet hi toh
jeevan meet hain tere
ho o
nagmein pyaar ke tu gaaye jaa
gaaye jaa
aur muskuraaye jaaa aa
tere hamsafar geet hain tere
geet hi toh jeevan meet hain tere

gaaoo
gaaoo

main
haan haan
gaaoo naaa
aur phir dekhnaa
duniyaa mein jahaan bhi chale jaaoge
chaaron taraf
khushi hi khushi phail jaayegi
haaan

tere hamsafar
geet hain tere
geet hi toh
jeevan meet hain tere

o o
nagmein pyaar ke tu gaaye jaa
gaaye jaa
aur muskuraaye jaaa aa
tere hamsafar geet hain tere
geet hi toh jeevan meet hain tere

lalala lalalalal
lallallalala laaa laaa lala
laaa laaaa laaaa

lllllaa laaaa
lllllaaa laaa
laaa laaaa laaaa

lllllaa laaaa
lllllaaa laaa

mujhe yahaan kyun laayaa gayaa
meraa apraadh kyaa hai

jaante nahin
hamaari riyaasat mein gaanaa manaa hai
hansnaa manaa hai

magar mahaaraaj
geet aur sangeet toh jeevan ke sachche saathi hain

meraa sangeet meraa jeevan meri beti hai
jo na bol sakti hai na gaa sakti hai
issee liye yahaan hansne aur gaane ki sazaa maut hai
le jaao isse

sundartaa ki o shehzaadi
husn ki devi
hai moorat khaamoshi ki
itni pyaari
soorat leke
kaash ke tu bhi
mere sur mein gaa sakti
har dil ko deewaanaa
tu banaa deti jaaneman
har dil ko deewaanaa
tu banaa deti jaaneman
tere hamsafar geet hain tere
geet hi toh jeevan meet hain tere

gaao
gaao naa
shabhaash

haaah.aaaaa (haan haan bolo)
haaa haaaa
hmmmm
laaaa llaaa laalallaa

haaaaa (bolo bolo)
laaaa laaaalaalalalaaaaaa
haaaaaaaaa

tere ( tere )
humsafar (safar )
geet hain tere shabhaash
tere
lalalalalalaaaaaaa
jeevan….. (laaaa)
laaaalaaaa laaalaaalaaaaa
tere hamsafar geet hain tere
geet hi toh jeevan meet hain tere

ho o
nagmein pyaar ke tu gaaye jaa
gaaye jaa
aur muskuraaye jaa..aaaa

tere hamsafar geet hain tere
geet hi toh jeevan meet hain tere

tere hamsafar (hhhaaa..hhhhaaaaa)
geet hain tere (hhhaaa..hhhhaaaaa)
geet hi toh (hhhh…aaaa.h…hhhhhaaaa)
jeevan meet hain tere (hhhaaaaa….hhhhaaaa…hhhhaaaa)

laaaa…lllaaaaaaa…..
laaaa…lllaaaaaaa
laaaa…lllaaaaaaa

mere hamdum
mere saathi
teri dhun mein
kyaa jadoo hai kyaa jaane
ho mere hamdum hmmmm
mere saathi
teri dhun mein ae
kyaa jaadoo hai
kyaa jaane
gugunaane lage
dil ke veeraane
dekho naaa
gungunaaane lage
dil ke veeraane
dekho naa

tere hamsafar geet hain tere
geet hi toh jeevan meet hain tere

ho o
nagmein pyaar ke tu gaaye jaa
gaaye jaa
aur muskuraaye jaa

geet sunaa ke
saaz bajaa ke
geet sunaa ke
saaz bajaa ke
pal do pal ko
dukhiyon kaa dil behlaa de
lllaaaaa..lllllaaaaaa…lallllaalllalalalalalaalaaaa
o geet sunaake
saaz bajaake
pal do pal ko
dukhiyon kaa dil behlaa de
koyee kaam kar gaye
hum toh ye jaane duniyaa mein
koyee kaam kar gaye
hum toh ye jaane duniyaa mein
tere hamsafar geet hain tere
geet hi toh jeevan meet hain tere

o o
nagmein pyaar ke tu gaaye jaa
gaaye jaa
aur muskuraaye jaa aa
tere hamsafar geet hain tere
(aaaaa…aaaaa)
geet hi toh jeevan meet hain tere (lalalalalaalalalala)
(aaa aaaaaaaaaaa)
tere hamsafar geet hain tere (aaaaa aaaaa)
geet hi toh jeevan meet hain tere(lalalalalaalalalala)

laaaaaaalaaa..llllaaaaa llaaaaaa (rururururururu)
laaaaaaalaaa..llaaaallaaaaa llaaaaaa (rururururururru)
laaaaaaalaaa..llllaaaaallaaaaaa
laaaaaaalaaa..llllaaaaallaaaaaa

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11 Responses to "Tere hamsafar geet hain tere"

Arunkumarji had posted some grabs of the programme on facebook last night. Congratulations Sudhirjee.

This is a lovely song that really befits the occasion.

rajkapoor had salil chaudhari as music director in JAGTE RAHO,dattaram as music director in AB DILLI DOOR NAHIN

Thanks for this information.

A little addition. Ram Ganguly was MD for RK’s very first movie AAG

Atulji,
Would you please post or give us link if you happen to find our Sudhirji program. I do not have door darshan in Chicago. Thanks.
.
I didn’t know about this film but I have heard this song. I thought that he is trying to teach music to a young girl. But I like his stage theme better here..
Very nice sweet melancholy theme of this delightful mockumentary.
One can see RK love and fascination with clown, even Mera naam…didn’t do well but he really loved the “clown”.
May be as a symbol of a more innocent era that’s now sadly vanished in a world.
the ultimate message of the stage theme; don’t think so much, just sing a
and dance.

Its Junior RK movie, hence R D Burman, just like Biwi O Biwi from RK Productions.

RK would never settle for the efforts put in movies like, Kal Aaj Aur Kal or this one, Dharam Karam.

I HAVE READ SOMEWHERE THAT SHANKAR JAYKISHAN WAS ASSISTANT TO RAM GANGULI IN RK FIRST FILM AAG..I AM SURE OUR RESEARCH MINDED CONTRIBUTORS WILL THROW SOME LIGHT ON THIS.

The video of DD programme featuring Sudhir Jee, Shikha Jee and Nalin jee has been included in the write up now.

Atulji,
thank you so much for the link.

Sudhirji,
Hi,
As always your inputs are excellent and most informative.
Well, I always thought Mukesh came in mid 50’s…now I know…early 50’s he is not supposed to be singing due to his contract stipulation.
What a great input Sudhirji!
If you don’t mind, I have a small request to asked you.
Would you please help us to get a latest picture of Meena Kapoorji ?
Do you think Sikhaji can help us?
Please try.
Thanks.

Derubala ji,

I will definitely check with Shikha ji, and get back to you. 🙂

Rgds
Sudhir

Sudhir ji,
I had seen your programme on TV that day itself,so it is revisiting the moments of Pride and happiness for me with this post today.
Thanks Atul ji.
-AD

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