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Bottle se ik baat chali hai

Posted on: November 4, 2012


“Ghar” (1978) was based on a sensational news published in 1970s which made headlines all over India and even the PM of the country took note of it. But a few years later, the news reporter of this news item revealed that the headline was a figment of his imagination and nothing like this had happened.

One does not know what to make of it, but a part of my brain is relieved that no real life woman and her family were traumatised as was earlier presumed to be the case in this episode.

In the meanwhile, “Ghar” (1978) won Dinesh Thakur a fimfare award for the best story whereas Rekha, who turned over a new leaf as an actress with her role, was nominated in the Filmfare best actress category.

I have not watched the movie but judging by the picturisation of the songs (my usual way of judging movies), “Ghar” (1978) was a carefully and sensitively picturised movie and it deserved every bit of popular and critical acclaim that it earned.

There were five songs in “Ghar” (1978). Four of them were extremely well known songs and they have already been discussed in the past. Fifth song from the movie failed to get as popular as the others. I in fact had never heard this song before.

Here is this fifth and final song from “Ghar” (1978). This song is a get together song. The happily married couple (Vinod Mehra and Rekha) have invited their neighbours for a get together party at their home. The get together also involves drinks. Prema Narayan, a “modern” lady offers Vinod Mehra and Rekha drinks. Rekha, the archtypical Bhartiya Nari would have none of it, and she barely tolerates it when Vinod Mehra takes a few sips. There are different kinds of invitees of course, and there are a few who are more interested in helping themselves to the sumptuous meal that is obviously served on this occasion.

The party over, Vinod Mehra has his own post party intention, of course. (waadon waali raat aayi hai
aaj ki raat
inkaar na karna
).
But he obviously has to wait for the song to get over and that gets delayed by situations like Prema Narayan knocking at the door again, in order to hand them their keys which she had accidentally taken with her.

The nicely sung and picturised song is an Asha Bhonsle- Rafi duet. It is written by Gulzar. Music is composed by R D Burman.

With this song. “Ghar” (1978) joins the rank of those movies whose songs are now fully discussed in the blog.

Audio

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Song-Bottle se ik baat chali hai (Ghar)(1978) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Rafi, Lyrics-Gulzar, MD-R D Burman
Asha Bhonsle + Rafi

Lyrics

bottle se ik baat chali hai
kaag uda ke raat chali hai
bottle se ik baat chali hai
kaag uda ke raat chali hai
ho
tud du tu
tud du tu
tud du tu
tud du tu
tud du tu
tud du tu
ho o
bottle se ik baat chali hai

tud du
kaag uda ke raat chali hai
tud du
bottle se ik baat chali hai
tud du
kaag uda ke raat chali hai

aaj ki mai
bahut meethi hai
aaj to aankh mila ke peena
aaj ki mai
bahut meethi hai
aaj to aankh mila ke peena
chaand ki misri ghul jaayega
chaand se honth laga ke peena

ho
tud du tu
tud du tu
tud du tu
tud du tu
tud du tu
tud du tu
ho
bottle se ik baat chali hai
kaag uda ke raat chali hai

ho
bottle se ik baat chali hai
kaag uda ke raat chali hai

waadon waali
raat aayi hai
aaj ki raat
inkaar na karna
haay
waadon waali
raat aayi hai
aaj ki raat
inkaar na karna

apne din aur
raat na poochho
tumse jeena
tumpe marna
tud du tu
tud du tu
tud du tu
tud du tu
tud du tu
tud du du du du du
ho
bottle se ik baat chali hai

tu du
kaag uda ke raat chali hai
bottle se ik baat chali hai
kaag uda ke raat chali hai
lalalalalala
lalalalalalala
lalalalala
lalalalalala
lalalalalala
lalalaala
lalalalala

9 Responses to "Bottle se ik baat chali hai"

One more movie completes all songs today :). Yippee!!

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With this 129 movies (adding up to 909 songs) are fully covered.

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That is just amazing Atul Ji. We have another set of centuries to celebrate. Looking forward to 150 movies next :).

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Atulji

You would have listened this song, if radio station broadcasted this song. But,I think perhaps Vividh Bharthi station always rarely broadcast songs, which have anything to do with “Bottle”.
I remember
They rarely play following songs, But after 11`o clock sometimes they play these songs:(That`s the impression atleast I have got from them, I may be wrong) 🙂

1)Haath ki safai -“peenewaalon ko peene kaa bahaanaa chaahiye”
2)Devdas:”Sheeshe se sheeshaa takraaye”
3)Phool aur patthar:”Sheeshe se pee yaa paimaane se pee”
4)Amaanush:”Na poochho koyee hamein zehar kyon pee liyaa”
5)Palkon ki chhaon mein:”Ladkhadaane do mujhe”
6)Kahaani kismet ki:”Duniyaa mujhse kehthi hai ke peenaa chod do”
7)Leader:Mujhe duniyaawaalo,sharaabi na samjho
8)Seeta aur geeta:”Haan jee haan maine sharaab pee hai”
9)Inteqaam:”Kaise rahoon chhuppke maine pee lee hai kyaa hai”
10)Namak halal:Thodi si jo pee lee hai
11)Raat aur din:”Na chhedo kal ke afsaane”
12)Khilona 1970:Main sharaabi nahin
13)Adhikar:Helen:Sharaab nahin hoon
14)Jheel ke us paar:Do ghoont mujhe bhi pilaa de shraabi”
and there are lot more songs featuring Helen and having word “sharaab”

I can go on and on……….

Bottle se unn logon ko saqt parhej hai yaa nafrat hai, I think 🙂

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There are two more gems from the film “Sharabi” with Devanand as hero. “sawan ke mahine mein ek aag si seene lagti hai to pee leta hoon..” and “mujhe le chalo aaj phir us gali..”

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Pradeepji,
You will get your yippee moments more often in the coming days as I have logged >100 complement songs which should close the accounts of atleast 25 films

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I remember watching the movie in the theater and being captivated by its songs. This song was pretty catchy as well.

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Atul, you haven’t seen this film? You should! It is a sensitive movie, worth a watch. This was the movie which made me start respecting Rekha as an actress.

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