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Muskura ke ham ko lootaa aapne

Posted on: December 11, 2012


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

The 1960s can be considered as the decade of the duos. Three very prominent music director duos led the way from the front in the field of Hindi film music. I am sure all readers will immediately identify them as S-J, L-P, and K-A (Shankar Jaikishan, Laxmikant Pyaarelal, and Kalyan ji Anand ji). Stories are rumored on how at times manipulations happened to create a
monopoly. But it can also not be discounted that these duos created some of the finest film songs of their times.

‘Vishwaas’ from 1969 is a production from the banner of Vijay Movies (India), Bombay. It is a typical social drama, directed by Kewal P Kashyap. The star cast of this film includes Jeetendra, Aparna Sen, Kamini Kaushal, Bharat Bhushan, Rajendra Nath, Gulshan, Manmohan, Krishan Dhawan, Mehmood Junior, Padma Rani, Dulari, Kanu Roy, Asit Sen etc. The songs of this film are written by Gulshan Baawara, and the music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji. There are six songs listed for this film. On this blog, we already have posted five of these. This here, a wonderful duet from Asha Bhosle and Mukesh, the final song offering of this film to appear. (Wow, another ‘Yippee’ moment for Pradeep Raghunath ji).

This film is the debut appearance of Aparna Sen on the Hindi screen. Having made her film debut with Satyajit Ray in his film ‘Teen Kanya’ (1961), she worked in two or three Bengali films before appearing opposite to Jeetendra in this film. And Jeetendra, born as Ravi Kapoor, was a star on the rise in 1969. He had made his debut four years earlier in V Shantaram’s ‘Geet Gaaya Pathharon Ne’ (1964), and then went on to appear in five or six more films between 1964 and 1968. And then, within the next two years (i.e. 1969 and 1970), he literally burst onto the Hindi film scene with no less than 9 releases in each year (for a total of 18 releases over two years). By any standards this was a remarkable accomplishment, a feat he was to repeat in 1980 and then again in 1982. Along with his more renowned peers, Jeetendra continues to be an enduring icon in the industry.

This song here is an adorable melody, rendered so well by Mukesh and Asha Bhosle. The picturization shows a boy-meets-girl situation, but apparently not for the first time in the film. The vehicle of tryst is the jeep, and the two meet head on a narrow jungle path, where only one vehicle can pass. The lady of course, has her way, forcing the gentleman to reverse his jeep, and then immediately the two break into this song.

Another example, wherein the voice of Mukesh makes out a remarkable song, from a not so remarkable situation. Enjoy.
Note-This song also happens to be the 300th composition of Kalyanji Anandji in this blog.

muskuraa ke hum ko lootaa aap ne
dil diyaa hai dil ke badle, ye na socha aap ne

With a smile so lovely
You rob me, of everything
Well, I too have given to you
My heart in exchange
Why not think of it that way

ho gayaa jab dil ka sauda, phir ye kaisi doriyaan
ab talak na ishq samjha husn ki majbooriyaan
dil jalaane ka bahaana phir banaayaa aap ne

So if the deal of the hearts is done
Then why such a distance
Why this separation
O the lover never realizes
The constraints and limitation
Of the beloved
Oh that is a nice excuse that you conjure up
To make my heart burn with envy

dard badhtaa ja rahaa hai, kuchh dawaa to dijiye
dil pe apne haath rakh ke naam mera lijiye
dard e dil ko khoob samjhaa khoob jaana aap ne

O this aching in my heart
O please suggest a remedy for this
Ah yes, place your hand over your heart
And speak my name (again and again)
Oh, so it seems your understand very well
This matter of ache in the heart

Audio

Video

Song-Muskura ke ham ko lootaa aapne (Vishwaas)(1969) Singers-Mukesh, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Gulshan Baawra, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

muskuraa ke
hum ko lootaa
aap ne
muskuraa ke
hum ko lootaa
aap ne
dil diyaa hai
dil ke badle
dil diyaa hai
dil ke badle
ye na socha aap ne

muskuraa ke
hum ko lootaa
aap ne

ho gayaa jab dil ka sauda
phir ye kaisi doriyaan
phir ye kaisi doriyaan
ab talak na ishq samjha
husn ki majbooriyaan
husn ki majbooriyaan

dil jalaane ka bahaana
phir banaayaa aap ne
dil diyaa hai
dil ke badle
ye na socha aap ne

muskuraa ke
hum ko lootaa
aap ne

dard badhtaa ja rahaa hai
kuchh dawaa to dijiye
kuchh dawaa to dijiye
dil pe apne haath rakh ke
naam mera lijiye
naam mera lijiye

dard e dil ko khoob samjhaa
khoob jaana aap ne
muskuraa ke
hum ko lootaa
aap ne
dil diyaa hai
dil ke badle
ye na socha aap ne

muskuraa ke
hum ko lootaa
aap ne
muskuraa ke
hum ko lootaa
aap ne

7 Responses to "Muskura ke ham ko lootaa aapne"

Sudhir Ji, if I am not mistaken, with this song, we have covered all songs from the movie Vishwaas (1969). Arun Ji, please confirm :).

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It is confirmed in the write up that all songs of this movie are now covered.

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Gosh, I am going blind :o. How did I overlook that? And now I see Sudhir Ji has even mentioned my name. Maybe I was too engrossed watching Aparna Sen. Sorry Sudhir Ji, Atul Ji.

Time for Yippeeee!, another movie joins the ranks of movies where all songs have been covered from the movie. We are going at quite a pace. At this rate, we might actually reach the 200 Yippeeee! movies by the end of the year as I mentioned earlier.

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Sudhir ji
Main kyaa khwaab dekh rahaa hoon, ek din mein 4 gaane aur 4 post. We are the lucky people to enjoy all these posts and songs.
Thank you
Regards
Prakash

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Sudhirji,
Agree with Prakashji. We are very happy to see you “active active” on the blog. (one active is for the post and another one is for translation” 🙂 ) Hope you will continue doing this series of “final song” so Pradeepji can continue with his series of Yippeee….. (Hope now on he will see his name in your post 😆 )

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😀 😀 😀

Pradeep ji,
Seems you are great fan of Aparna Sen.

Prakash ji, Khyati ji
Thanks for your messages. It is always a very good part of the day, and a very pleasureable time when I am able to sit down and work on the writeups and comments and translations for the posts on this blog. The days when I am not able to do it, I seems incomplete. I hope I am able to maintain some consistent pace now on.

Rgds
Sudhir

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Atul ji,

Thanks for pointing out that K ji A ji have made their 3rd century mark on this blog. Gosh, how did I miss that. Did not realize it that their score was moving faster than I was expecting. Better to keep a closer watch on the Stats page.

Rgds
Sudhir

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