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Ladka aur ladki miley parody song

Posted on: April 1, 2013


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

Quantity and Quality must be enemies, because generally it is found that when Quantity increases, the quality diminishes.

The best example of this is India’s population. In 1951, the population was about 44 crores. Today it is about 130 crores, increasing by leaps and bounds, as if people have no other work…

just take a look at anything-people, films, education, politicians, houses, family structure or anything for that matter. Today you have everything in plenty, at times in excess too. Take for example, Salaries. Compare the meagre salaries of the 50s and 60s and today’s salaries which are in several multiplications. But what about the quality of work output ?

People used to live happily in those salaries but today’s sky rocketing salaries can not guarantee happiness either in job or at home. Same is the case with Values in life. Values of 50 years ago and today’s values or the importance given to values differs hugely.

What happens in life also happens in films. So many films are made and released today. It is difficult to keep track of them too. Earlier there were about 8 to 10 heroes or heroines, today your count of them goes beyond may be,30 to 40.

I have before me a list of films released between 1988 to 2010. Have you ever heard of these films ?…

13 May Gulaabi Nagar-2010, Aamras-2008, Birsa-The iron man-2004, Cool double mazaa-2007, Daughters of this century-2001, Jo andar fit vo bahar bhi hit-2006, Neele parbat ke paar-2001, Saboot mangta hai kanoon-1994 or Zum zum bum bum-2008. Who must be their heroes and heroines ?

Just imagine- how many actors and actresses must have worked in Hindi films, from say 1931 to 2000 ? Any guess ?

My own guess stopped at 2000 to 2500.

However,an Alphabetical list of ALL actors and actresses who worked in ALL films from 1931 to 2000 is published by hon. Shri Surjit Singh ji, on RMIM on 29th August 2006.(He had found this list on a-now defunct-internet site,he says). The total number was a whopping 7600 actors and actresses in all possible roles in all films in this period.

Among these actors, how many actors were really versatile ,who acted in a variety of roles like Hero, Villain, comedian ,character roles etc,in their career ?

The problem is, we are too quick in branding and segmenting our actors based on their successful films. For example, Dilip Kumar as a Tragedy king, Amitabh as an angry Young man, Kishore kumar as a comedy actor, Jeetendra as jumping jack etc etc. The actors too get stuck in their images.

Truly speaking, I can call only Ashok Kumar and Sanjeev Kumar(from Hindi films) as the real versatile actors, who did almost every type of role one can think of, during their career. These actors never hesitated in doingroles where they were required to be much older or uglier looking than what they really were. Of course this is my opinion and others can differ.

Not many would know that there was an actor in 1940s who fitted the discription of a true versatile actor. His name was YAKUB.

Born in 1904 at Jabalpur, Yakub joined navy to see the world and travelled all over the continents.

When he left Navy and came to Bombay, he started working as a Hero in silent films of Sharda movietone. Then he worked for Imperial also.

He first acted in a Talkie in 1931 and continued acting as a Hero. he was tall and handsome,so he was quickly accepted as a hero.

By 1940,he became bored with hero roles and shifted to Villain’s roles. As a villain too he became popular.

By the end of 40’s he changed over to Comedy and paired with Gope to form a team like the fabled Laurel and Hardy. Together they worked in Patanga-49, Bekasoor-50 and Sagai-51.

By 1952, he changed over to character roles and stuck to it till he last acted in Shrimanji-1968. In all he had acted in about 100 films

Today we will see a Parody song from film Chhoti Bhabhi-1950( when he still was a comedian), The Video features Yakub and Suraiya Chaudhari (?)Shyama. Music was composed by the Husnalal-Bhagatram jodi.


Song-Ladka aur ladki miley parody song(Chhoti Bhaabhi)(1950) Singers-Rafi, Shamshad Begam, Lyrics-Qamar Jalalabadi, MD-Husnlal Bhagatram
Both

Lyrics

aha
ladka aur Ladki Miley
Pyaar ka gaanaa

idhar jawaani udhar jawaani
ban gayi ek kahaani
ho tera mera pyaar ho gaya ho
tu raja main rani
ho tera mera pyar ho gaya
aa aa aa
ho tera mera pyaar ho gaya
aa aa
ho o
ho o
ho o o

ban gayi ek kahaani
ho tera mera pyaar ho gaya ho
tu raja main rani
ho tera mera pyaar ho gaya
ho tera mera pyaar ho gaya
ho o o o
ho o o

haay
villain ne unhen juda kar diya
judaai ka gaana

hans hans ke pada ronaa
haaye
hans hans ke pada ronaa
taqdeer mein likha thha
haaye
mil ke juda hona
juda hona

barbaad tamanna hai haay
barbaad tamanna hai
o dekh le deewaane ae
bedard ye duniya hai
bedard ye duniya hai
ho o o o o
hanste rahe sab dunyia wale
roti rahi jawaani
ye tera mera pyaar ho gaya
ho
tu raja main rani
ho tera mera pyaar ho gaya aa
ho tera mera pyar ho gaya
ho o o
ho o o
o o

villain ko police ne pakad liya
ladke aur ladki ki shaadi ho gayi
aa haa haa haa aa
shaadi ka gaana

ho o o
o o
jawaani ki raat hai mohabbat ki baat hai
jawaani ki raat hai
jawaani ki raat hai mohabbat ki baat hai
mohabbat ki baat hai
piya mere saath hai
ho haathon mein
piya mere saath hai
ho
haathon mein haath hai
ho haathon mein haath hai

ho o
suno
suno suno aye dunia walo
ye hai filmi kahani
ho tera mera pyar ho gaya
ho
tu raja main rani
ho tera mera pyar ho gaya
ho tera mera pyaar ho gaya aa
ho o o
o o
idhar jawaani ho udhar jawaani
ban gayi ek kahaani
ho tera mera pyaar ho gaya
ho
tu raja main rani
ho tera mera pyaar ho gaya
ho tera mera pyaar ho gaya aa
ho o
o o o
o o o

4 Responses to "Ladka aur ladki miley parody song"

The actress in the song is Shyama.

Naseeruddin Shah had once rated his top 3 actors as :
(1) Dilip Kumar
(2) Balraj Sahni
(3) Yakub

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Thanks for the identification.Anyway i was doubtful,that is why the bracketed question mark was put.
-AD

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Yakub was a good actor. I would not call him tall and handsome. He was barely 5′ 5”.

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Which are the original songs that are being parodied here?

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