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Miley nain gaya chain piyaa aan milo re

Posted on: August 29, 2012


Jayshree Gadkar (21 feb 1942- 29 aug 2008) was an actress in Hindi and Marathi movies. In Hindi she has acted in lead and/or major roles in movies like ” Do Gunde”(1959), “Madaari” (1959), “Saaranga” (1960), “Jai Bhawaani” (1961), “Ye Dil Kisko doon” (1963), “Subhadra Haran” (1964), “Bhagwan Parshuram” (1971) etc. Nearly a dozen songs picturised on her in these movies have been discussed in this blog in the past. And as far as Marathi chitrapat was concerned, she was a legend of Marathi cinema where she acted in over 250 movies in four decades.

“Private Secretary” (1962) was one of the Hindi movies where Jayshree Gadkar was in lead role. This movie was a radiant Movies production. It was directed by Chandar Bahl. The movie had Ashok Kumar, Jayshree Gadkar, N. A. Ansari, Raja Gosavi, Umakant, Mohan Choti, Purnima, etc in it.

As a tribute to her on her death anniversary, here is a song from “Private Secretary” (1962). This song is sung by Lata and it is picturised on Jayshree Gadkar.

Prem Dhawan is the lyricist and music is composed by Dilip Dholakia.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Khyati Bhatt.


Song-Miley nain gaya chain piya aan milo re (Private Secretary)(1962) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Prem Dhawan, MD-Dilip Dholakia

Lyrics(Provided by Khyati Bhatt)

mile nain gaya chain
piya aan milo re
mile nain gaya chain
piya aan milo re
na jaagoon na soun
main saari saari rain
mile nain gaya chain
piya aan milo re
mile nain gaya chain
piya aan milo re

khoyi hoon to aisi khoyi
sudh ko bisaarke
jaagu to bhi dekhu main to
sapne hi pyaar ke
khoyi hoon to aisi khoyi
sudh ko bisaarke
jaagu to bhi dekhu main to
sapne hi pyaar ke
maano na maano
ye dil to hai bechain
mile nain gaya chain
piya aan milo re
mile nain gaya chain
piya aan milo re

pehle to kabhi na aisa
rang thha bahaar mein
o jaadugar hoga koi
jaadu tere pyaar mein
pehle to kabhi na aisa
rang thha bahar mein
o jaadugar hoga koi
jaadu tere pyaar mein
aao to aaye hamaare dil ko chain
mile nain gaya chain
piya aan milo re
mile nain gaya chain
piya aan milo re

aa bhi jaa pukaare tohe
dil majboor ka
kaahe ko jalaaye jiya
mujh bekasoor ka
aa bhi jaa pukaare tohe
dil majboor ka
kaahe ko jalaaye jiya
mujh bekasoor ka
doobey wo taare
lo beeti jaaye rain
mile nain gaya chain
piya aan milo re
mile nain gaya chain
piya aan milo re

28 Responses to "Miley nain gaya chain piyaa aan milo re"

Thank you so much Kyathi~ji! I used to love this song when it played on Radio Ceylon all those years ago. But I was shocked to learn that Jayshree Gadkar passed away! By the way, she did not act in ‘Didi’. It was Jayshree, the mother of actress who starred in ‘Subah ka Tara’…

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Thanks for the correction. while searching for the word Jayshree Gadkar in my excel sheet, I failed to notice that it was the other Jayshree in “Didi” (1959).

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Maniji,
Maine to ye gana abhi thode din pehle hi YT pe suna/dekha. Loved it so much that I was humming whole day. Just ask my family, even they know this song by now.

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most of the house hold in Gujarat including my home, had one gramophone record of film “Diva Dandi- 1949″” song by Dilip Dhodkiya…”tari ankh no afini…” and on other side…”Bhit fati ne piplo re ugyo”…the most beautiful rendition.
the song “tari ankh no afini” is very much famous even today, nowadays Manhar Uthas is singing all the time 🙂
Later in his life Dholakiya was much into the religious songs.
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Derubalaji,
When I was a kid, I had all the rights to listen Hindi songs on radio at any time, except the time slot 8:50am-9:00am (Madhur Geeto) when my mother would listen Gujarati songs. I remember two songs you have mentioned and then few other songs like “divso judaayi na jaay chhe…..” and “kahun chhun jawani ne…..” by Mohd. Rafi, “sapna rupe aap na aavo…..”, “raheshe mane aa mari…… and “laagi re lagan piya tori…….” by Manna Dey and so many of Lataji, Ashaji, Mukeshji, Geeta Dutt, Meena Kapoor, Talat M, Kishore K. So many memories! I have many cds of Gujarati songs and relish these melodious songs now and then at night. Sorry, for the long list/comment.

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Khyatiji,
I was talking about early 50’s as being so popular song. In 1944 we had a big 8 bands (fancy) radio, our house had four stories and half acre, so the copper wire antena was almost 500 feet long on top of the fourth floor. also my parents had a gramophone since 1920’s 🙂

One more song to add in your list in regards to Dilipbhai…(keeping the subject matter same)
“Ek raj kan suraj thavane…”Lyrics and composed by Dilipbhai.
Lata rendition is out of this world in that song.
Have you heard that?

P.s. Divso…by Rafi composed by purushottam upadhyay, but that song came late 60’s.
Tari baki re…by Asha, lyrics, Music by Avinash Vyas. in early 60’s
Pankhida ne a pinjaru…by Mukesh…1966, A.vyas.
I left India in 1969 so I am not aware of some of the songs you have listed. Since than I visited India only six times 😦

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Derubalaji,
I just wrote few songs from the little collection I have of Gujarati songs. I do have songs you have mentioned here with Lataji’s song Ek raj kan….. being one of my fav Gujarati song. If you are interested, just search for “Sapana Rupe aap na Aavo – Manna Dey” and you will find this light ghazal by Barkat Virani “Befam” and composed by Ninu Mazumdar, posted by andythaker on Jan 3, 2012. Another light ghazal posted by this person on the same date, is “Raheshe mane mari Mushibat ni Dasha yaad” by Manna Dey, composed by NM and penned by “Mariz”. I am not aware about it’s birth time, but the info mentions 1968. Just browse this andythaker’s collection and you will find few Gujarati songs including “Na Na Nahin Aavun” by Lataji and composed by Dilip Dholakia. Dekho, ye likhte likhte puraane dino ki yaad aa gayi. Sorry, if I have annoyed you with too much info about too many songs.

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Atul ji
PRIVATE SECRETARY-1962 was directed and produced by Chander,who also wrote the story and s/play of this film.Chander was basically a writer and has written story and dialogues in few other films as well.As a producer and Director this was his only film.
The MD was Dilip Dholakia.He was born in 1921 at Junagadh,Gujarat and was an expert in Flute and Tabla.He took training in classical music and was a B.A. in Sanskrit and Literature.From 1942 to 44 he did a govt. service.He came to Bombay and sang his first song in Kismatwala in 1944.Till 51 he sang in films and after 1951 he worked as assistant to various MDs like Chitragupt,S.N.Tripathi and Laxmi-Pyare.
His first film as independent MD was Baghdad ki raaten-1956,but it was released only in 1962.meanwhile he did Bhakti mahima,Saugandh,Teen ustad,Pvt.Secretary.
he was not successful in Hindi but in Gujarati his music became very popular.He will forever be known for the song-Tari aankh no afini,in Gujrati (as Derubala ji has stated here).
In his last tenure,he turned religious and worked for Swami narayan sect.His son Rajat Dholakiya is also a composer.
The choreographer of Pvt.Secretary was Badriprashad,who did character roles in films also since long.
A millionaire(Umakant) dies leaving all his wealth to his long lost daughter BATASI(Jayashree Gadkar).She had lost in Kumbh mela.
Presently she has been adopted by a Gardener(T.N.Sinha),who is working for seth Ajit prasad(N.A.Ansari).He employs Batasi as his P.S.(Private Secretary).When Ajit prasad learns of the millions left to Batasi,he wants to marry her,which she resents and with the help of her friend Julie(Poornima) runs away from the ‘shaadi ka mandap’ halfway.
She is found and helped by a kind soul Shyam(Ashok kumar),a truck driver.Working harder,shyam makes Batasi learn dance and music so that she earns for herself.Shyam even undertakes ferrying/transporting explosives to earn more money.
At the first stage show of Batasi,she is recognised by Ajit prasad and he captivates her in his house.Julie informs this to Shyam,who,by now has discovered that the explosives he is transporting are illegal and they belong to Ajit prasad.Shyam with the help of police captures Ajit prasad and rescues Batasi,with whom he is in love,mutually.
The end is very happy.
-AD
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Arunji,
Thanks for the info on different contributors of this film and the write up. The number of this post should be 383 as you already have allotted 382 to the movie “Bombay By Night” – song Bahaaron ne kiye sajde……

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Khyati ji,
Thank you for correcting the No. of the movies reviewed.After I completed writing the above post I was feeling somehow that the No. must be wrong,but I had no time to check,as there were many phone calls and visitors in between.
Thanks once again for your correction.
-AD

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Sudhirji,
Ye gaana to maine Atulji ko bhej diya and kindly he posted it too. There is one artist in this movie, called N. A. Ansari. Can you “introduce him” to me? Uske baare mein “kuchh doston” se bahut kuchh suna hai lekin aap ke jawaab ka intezaar rahega.
Thanks.

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Khyati ji,
Instead of Sudhir ji,if I give some info about N.A.Ansari,to chalega kya ?
This is because TODAY is the Birth Anniversary of N.A.Ansari.
NAAnsari,was an actor,writer,producer and director.He was born on 29-8-1917 at Jhansi in UP.He graduated from lucknow and then came to Bombay to try acting.His First film was Mehboob’s Aurat-1940.Then there was no looking back.
he liked all that was murky,mysterious and secret.he was always doing Khalnayak’s roles.In his films he used to don overcoat,dark goggles,felt hat and a cane.
he was an expert in murder and mystery films. He acted in about 35 films,produced 2 films and directed 11 films.During his period he was fondly called as ‘Hitchcock of India'(according to his granddaughter,Heena from Canada-in an interview.)
Some of his films direced were mangu,Wahan ke log,Black cat,mr.lamboo,tower House,mulzim.Mr.murder,Zindagi aur maut etc.
the last film he acted in was Jai Vikraant-1995 (released after his death).
Suspecting Cancer,he shifted his family to Canada,where he died on 11-11-1993.
-AD

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Arunji,
Thanks for introducing N.A.Ansari to me. Maine Sudhrji ko is liye kaha kyunki ye shayad isko jyaada jaante hain aur doosri wajah ki aap ko bahut pareshan karna achha bhi nahin lagta. You are “oeceans of informations”. Bow to your knowledge, dedication, passion and time you spend to give joy to others.

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I read somewhere that DD (Dilip Dholakia) wasted his career after Alcohol.

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Oh, no…he was very much involved in “Swami narayan” faith. He was talking face to face with Pramukh saheb…he was a very sober person.
For sure he turn very much “Adhyatmic”- life of sage- in his later life.

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Thats probably later on in his life. But I think during 60s that wasnt the case. Thats what I read somewhere long long time ago, probably on youtube. I think there is some diehard fan of DD, who keeps lamenting about this on many songs of DD posted on youtube. I dont know if its true.

Yeah, I know how Swaminarayan faith can have impact on people 🙂 Apparently, there is a medical school/hospital program in Tennessee, and everyone who was getting admission there was from this faith; “blessed” by Pramukh Swami. So in the end what happened was that all the doctors over there had yellow tika on their foreheads 🙂 It went on for a few years and finally American patients complained and now the program director and all are suspended by the medical board 🙂

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I do not follow Swaminarayan faith but I have lots of relatives/friends are very much involved in that faith. Yes, few are doctors too 🙂
But I am not in deep with any of their programs.
But yes, sometimes, I do go to the temples of BAPS, that’s it.
I am not aware of the program you’ve mentioned.
May be Dilipbhai had midlife crisis?
He died at the age of 90…which is good sign of his well being.

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Thanks Khaytiji for the song.
Gadkari also acted in Sasural.
There were many Maharashtrian actress who did well and became heroines in Hindi films. Conversely no Maharashtrian actor could become hero. Any particular reason? Unlike the ladies the actors could not rid of their Marathi accent. Any other reasons?
I have CD and a link with/of 300 Gujarati songs. Please contact me

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Nitin ji,
Your observation is right about Marathi heros in hindi films.In the initial stage of industry the hindi films had some marathi heroes like Master Vithal,Master Vinayak,Master Bhagwan Dada(of Albela),Nandrekar etc.Few others too tried their luck like kashinath ghanekar,Raja gosavi and Arun Sarnaik but they did not succeed mainly due to accent problem.
Another reason is that when the regional film industries grew stronger regional heros had their opportunities nearer home,hence they did not attempt coming to Hindi.Thus you will find that there are no Heros today from Tamil,Telugu,Gujarati,Kannad,marathi languages.Earlier southern heroes were there e.g.Ranjan,who hailed from Madras or Gemini Ganeshan.
Lately only Amol Palekar and Sachin Pilgaonkar succeeded to some extent.
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Nitin ji,
Another point,today there are no marathi heroines either in Hindi films,except probably- the outgone Madhuri Dixit,urmila matondkar to name a few.
-AD

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Nitinbhai,
Mere bharat aane tak, contact karne ke liye aap ka email add dedo. Jab Bharat aana hoga, tab aap ke ghar ka pata le loongi. 🙂

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Nitinbhai,
May I have the link/adress/URL..etc..
Thank you.
~Dee

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Nitinbhai, Derubala,
The one site that I use is
http://www.mavjibhai.com
which has 350 Gujarati songs old/new. Hope to find new sites from you to treasure other gems.

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Thanks, Khyati ji…You’re so kind 🙂

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Thanks bluefireji for the site.

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Thanks for this treat! Does anybody have audio/video of DD’d song Adha tel aur adha pani?

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