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Kiye ja pyaar kiye ja pyaar

Posted on: January 20, 2013


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

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The Voice of Mukesh #12
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After being the relative wilderness of unfamiliar artists from 1941 to 1944, Mukesh’s career took an upwards turn in 1945 with the release of ‘Pehli Nazar’. And 1946 turned out to be the best years thus far for him. In this year, Mukesh got singing assignments with five films. He sang for music director MA Mukhtar in the film ‘Chehraa’ – one solo and one duet with
Shamshad Begum. Both these songs have been discussed here on this blog recently, He sang a duet with Beenapani Mukherjee for the film ‘Druban’. There is a little uncertainty about the music director for this film (more about that later). Then, under the baton of Hansraj Behl, he rendered a wonderful duet with Sushila Rani for the film ‘Gwaalan’ –
Lagat Najar Tori Chalaiyya morey gore badan ko. This song also already appears on this blog. Then for the film ‘Raajputaani’, he sang a solo and a duet, under the music direction of Bulo C Rani. And lastly, he sang another duet song for music director Hanuman Prasad in the film ‘Raseeli’. Going up to seven songs in one year was a whole lot better than an average of two or three songs per year for the prior five years (1941-45).

In this post, I present another rare song by Mukesh. The film is ‘Raajputaani’ from 1946. This film is a historical drama from the banner of Ranjit Movietone, directed by Aspi Irani. The songs are written by Pt. Indra, and music is composed by Bulo C Rani. The star cast of this film includes Veena, Jairaj, Bipin Gupta, Ghulam Mohammed, Altaf Hussain, Azim, Baby Mumtaz, Noorie, Usha Devi etc.

This song is a Mukesh solo. In my opinion, from all the songs that I have heard so far from his early years, this song seems to carry a quality of Mukesh’s voice that is the most unfamiliar. The entire song is bound with a consistent metre that is very short, to the extent of sounding monotonous. The song appears to end too quickly, and when it does, it leaves behind a feeling of being incomplete. The words of the song express an exhortation of valour as well as romance. Only the audio of the song is available, and hence it is not possible to comment on its picturization. I request other knowledgeable readers to please add more information about this film and this song.


Song-Kiye ja pyaar kiye ja pyaar (Rajputani)(1946) Singer-Mukesh, Lyrics-Pt Indra, MD-Bulo C Rani

Lyrics

kiye jaa pyaar
kiye jaa pyaar
na himmat haar
kiye jaa pyaar
kiye jaa pyaar
kiye jaa pyaar
na himmat haar
kiye jaa pyaar
kabhi inkaar
kabhi ikraar
kabhi takraar
kiye jaa pyaar
kabhi inkaar
kabhi ikraar
kabhi takraar
kiye jaa pyaar
kamar talwaar
bagal mein naar
kar aankhen chaar
kiye jaa pyaar
kamar talwaar
bagal mein naar
kar aankhen chaar
kiye jaa pyaar
kiye jaa pyaar
kiye jaa pyaar
na himmat haar
kiye jaa pyaar

suna lalkaar
sajaa hathiyaar
mar ya maar
kiye jaa pyaar
suna lalkaar
sajaa hathiyaar
mar ya maar
kiye jaa pyaar
kiye jaa pyaar
kiye jaa pyaar
na himmat haar
kiye jaa pyaar
kiye jaa pyaar
kiye jaa pyaar
na himmat haar
kiye jaa pyaar

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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किए जा प्यार, किए जा प्यार
ना हिम्मत हार, किए जा प्यार
किए जा प्यार, किए जा प्यार
ना हिम्मत हार, किए जा प्यार
कभी इंकार, कभी इकरार
कभी तकरार, किए जा प्यार
कभी इंकार, कभी इकरार
कभी तकरार, किए जा प्यार
कमर तलवार, बगल में नार
कर आँखें चार, किए जा प्यार
कमर तलवार, बगल में नार
कर आँखें चार, किए जा प्यार
किए जा प्यार, किए जा प्यार
ना हिम्मत हार, किए जा प्यार

सुना ललकार, सजा हथियार
मर या मार, किए जा प्यार
सुना ललकार, सजा हथियार
मर या मार, किए जा प्यार
किए जा प्यार, किए जा प्यार
ना हिम्मत हार, किए जा प्यार
किए जा प्यार, किए जा प्यार
ना हिम्मत हार, किए जा प्यार

2 Responses to "Kiye ja pyaar kiye ja pyaar"

True, the song does end abruptly….and Mukesh sounds different too!

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Great revival !!
Yes, the vocals of Mukesh ji here, seem to be a bit different with an attempt to broaden the space & base of the delivery of the words.
A free flowing, extensive & beautiful use of violin here by Bulo C Rani appear to be the hallmark of this number for me, besides unique vocalization by Mukesh.

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