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Bhar de jholi Allah naam

Posted on: February 14, 2013


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

LAILA MAJNU(1953) was produced by P N Arora under the banner of All India Pictures and directed by K Amarnath. The star cast included Shammi Kapoor, Nutan, Ulhas, Begum Para, Wasti, Kammo, Ratan Kumar etc. All the songs of this film were penned by Shakeel Badayuni. However, the film had two music directors – Ghulam Mohammed (11 songs) and Sardar Malik (3 songs).

I have chosen a song ‘bhar de jholi Allah naam’ from the film, sung by Mohammed Rafi, Talat Mehmood and Chorus. In fact, the order of singers should be other way round – Chorus, Rafi and Talat as this song is majorly sung by chorus with Rafi and Talat getting 8 and 6 lines respectively to sing. This song is composed by Ghulam Mohammed. I heard this song for the first time about a fortnight back. Since I was travelling soon thereafter, I had no occasion to check whether the song under discussion was already covered in this blog or not. On my return, I checked in the blog and found that as many as 8 songs from this film had already been covered. I thought that with this song, the blog may have covered almost all the songs from this film. I was wrong as I found that this film had 14 songs!

This song under discussion reminds me of a couple of interesting points. First, it is one of the rare occasions when Rafi and Talat sang a song together. Second, it was not Rafi but Talat Mehmood who lip synced for Shammi Kapoor. It is a well known fact that during the initial years of Shammi Kapoor’s filmy career, Talat Mehmood sang for him in films like Thokar (1953), ‘Mehbooba’ (1954), ‘Chor Baazar’ (1954), ‘Naqaab’ (1955),’Sipahsalar’ (1956), ‘Mem Sahib’ (1956), ‘Mohar’ (1959) etc. In fact, Talat Mehmood gave Shammi Kapoor his first hit song ‘ae gham-e-dil kyaa karoon’ from ‘Thokar’ (1953) which was the only hit film during the first 4 years of his acting career. Interestingly, in ‘Shama Parwana’ (1954), Rafi sang all the songs for Shammi Kapoor. It took another 3 years for Shammi Kapoor to strengthen his bond with Mohammed Rafi in ‘Tumsa Nahi Dekha’ (1957) after which Rafi-Shammi Kapoor became one of the most formidable associations regularly churning out hit songs.

It is interesting to note that Mohammed Rafi also sang in ‘Laila Majnu’ (1945) and ‘Laila Majnu’ (1979).

Enjoy this Sufi song.

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Song-Bhar de jholi Allah naam (Laila Majnu)(1953) Singers-Rafi, Talat Mehmood, Lyrics-Shakeel Badayuni, MD-Ghulam Mohammad
Chorus

Lyrics

bhar de jholi Allah naam
bhar de jholi Allah naam
sabhi ki khair maayi baba ki khair
tere banenge bigde kaam
bhar de jholi Allah naam
bhar de jholi Allah naam

dar par tere sadaa lagaaye
andhe peer fakir
o o andhe peer fakir
dar par tere sadaa lagaaye
andhe peer fakir
o o andhe peer fakir

sabki duayen le le baba
bane tere taqdeer
o o bane teri taqdeer
sabhi ki khair maayi baba ki khair
tere banenge bigde kaam
bhar de jholi Allah naam
bhar de jholi Allah naam

diyaa liyaa re tere saath chalegaa
sun dukhiyon ki baat
o o sun dukhiyon ki baat
diyaa liyaa re tere saath chalegaa
sun dukhiyon ki baat
o o sun dukhiyon ki baat

sadkaa tujhko apne karam kaa
de de kuchh khairaat
o o de de kuchh khairaat
sabhi ki khair maayi baba ki khair
tere banenge bigde kaam
bhar de jholi Allah naam
bhar de jholi Allah naam

jaane tamanna jalwaa dikhaa de
hogaa teraa ehsaan
o o o o
hogaa teraa ehsaan
chasme karam se kuchh to kar de
jeene ke saamaan
o o jeene ke saamaan

sabhi ki khair maayi baba ki khair
tere banenge bigde kaam
bhar de jholi Allah naam
bhar de jholi Allah naam
sabhi ki khair maayi baba ki khair
tere banenge bigde kaam
bhar de jholi Allah naam
bhar de jholi Allah naam

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