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Pyaar jataa ke apna bana ke

Posted on: May 23, 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 #18
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The year of 1947 was the most prolific yet for Mukesh. Having started his singing career for Hindi films in 1941, in the six years from 1941 to 1946, he had sung a total of 21 songs in eleven films. Of these, seven are solos and fourteen are duets. As far as incremental score is concerned, the years 1945 and 1946 were very good in comparison to the years from 1941 to 1944.

But then 1947 outweighs them all. In this year, the available records show that Mukesh has sung 21 songs, equal to the number of songs put together in all the years before. Mukesh was gaining heights of popularity, both with the film producers and audiences.

The 21 songs in 1947 come from 10 films. The major share is contained in the films ‘Do Dil’ – 6 songs, ‘Tohfa’ – 5 songs, and ‘Neel Kamal’ – 3 songs, and then one song each from the films ‘Beete Din’, ‘But Taraash’, Chheen Le Azaadi’, ‘Dak Bangla’, ‘Duniya Ek Sarai’, ‘Gaon’, and ‘Laakhon Mein Ek’. By a quick count, 16 of the songs of 1947 are already posted here on this blog.

So this is the 17th song fron 1947 to be showcased here. And I am sure, the remaining songs will follow here in quick succession.

This song is a solo song from the film ‘Do Dil’. The film has eleven songs in total, and five of them are already posted here. This is the sixth song from this film on this blog. The lyrics for all the songs are written by D N Madhok, and the music is composed by Pt. Gobind Ram. The film is produced under the banner of Jamuna Productions, Bombay, and is directed by the renowned veteran actor Jagdish Sethi. The list of artists in this film includes Suraiyyaa, Motilal, Karan Dewan, Badri Prasad, Gulab, Ram Singh, Shabnam, Baburao, Khalil, Sudhir etc.

From the earlier posts, here is a brief about this film and its director from Arun ji, our dear in house encyclopedia of Hindi films and film music.

‘Do Dil’ (1947), is produced under the banner of Jamuna Production. The film had a sizeable contribution by DN Madhok. He has not only written the songs, but also the story, dialogues and screenplay.

This film was the first directorial venture for of the renowned veteran actor Jagdish Sethi. He floated the production house of JS Pictures Pvt. Ltd, and under this banner, he produced ‘Raat Ki Raani’ (1949), ‘Jaggu’ (1952), and ‘Pensioner’ (1954). In all these films he was the producer and director. In ‘Raat Ki Raani’, he wrote the story, dialogues and screenplay also. However, after ‘Pensioner’, he must have realized that directing and producing films was more difficult than acting and afterwards he concentrated only on his acting career.

‘Do Dil’ is a story of do-maali-ek-phool. Both Motilal and Karan Dewan are in love with Suraiyya, while Gulab loves Karan Dewan. It was a tragedy, where Karan Dewan sacrifices his life for the lovers. Neither the story nor the direction had any novelty in it. With the routine handling of the film, it was a failure despite a good cast of actors and good music.

Since only the audio of this song is available, it is not straightforward to guess on whom this song was filmed. I would request other readers to please add more information about the filming of this song.

The rendering of the phrase “wo gaye, wo gaye, wo gaye. . .” is so soulful and touching. Listen to this sound of melancholy in the voice of Mukesh, recorded more than 65 years ago.

pyaar jataa ke, apna banaa ke
wo gaye, wo gaye, wo gaye

Making promises
And expressing her love
Taking my heart
And making me her own
Now she has forsaken me
And has moved away

jaane waale dard na de ja
jaa aur apni yaad bhi le jaa
khuli aankh ka khwaab dikhaa ke

wo gaye, wo gaye, wo gaye
Please
Leave me not with the pain in heart
As you go away
Take away all your memories in me
As you go away
O what wonderful dreams
You made me see with wakeful eyes
Alas, now she has forsaken me
And has moved away

wo kya jaane dard paraaye
kya hai ronaa kya hai haaye
dil ko jhoothe khel khilaa ke
wo gaye, wo gaye, wo gaye

O what would she know
The loneliness and pain of another heart
O what would she know
The weeping eyes and rueful sighs
O what games of joy
She played with my heart
Alas, now she has forsaken me
And has moved away


Song-Pyaar jata ke apna bana ke (Do Dil)(1947) Singer-Mukesh, Lyrics-D N Madhok, MD-Pt Govindram

Lyrics

pyaar jataa ke
apna banaa ke
wo gaye
wo gaye
wo gaye
pyaar jataa ke
apna banaa ke
wo gaye
wo gaye
wo gaye

jaane waale
dard na de ja
jaane waale
dard na de ja
jaa aur apni
yaad bhi le jaa
jaa aur apni
yaad bhi le jaa
khuli aankh ka
khwaab dikhaa ke
khuli aankh ka
khwaab dikhaa ke
wo gaye
wo gaye
wo gaye
pyaar jataa ke
apna banaa ke
wo gaye
wo gaye
wo gaye

wo kya jaane
dard paraaye
wo kya jaane
dard paraaye
kya hai ronaa
kya hai haaye
kya hai ronaa
kya hai haaye
dil ko jhoothhe khel khilaa ke
dil ko jhoothhe khel khilaa ke
wo gaye
wo gaye
wo gaye
pyaar jataa ke
apna banaa ke
wo gaye
wo gaye
wo gaye
pyaar jataa ke

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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प्यार जता के
अपना बना के
वो गए
वो गए
वो गए
प्यार जता के
अपना बना के
वो गए
वो गए
वो गए

जाने वाले
दर्द ना दे जा
जाने वाले
दर्द ना दे जा
जा और अपनी
याद भी ले जा
जा और अपनी
याद भी ले जा
खुली आँख का ख्वाब दिखा के
खुली आँख का ख्वाब दिखा के
वो गए
वो गए
वो गए
प्यार जता के
अपना बना के
वो गए
वो गए
वो गए

वो क्या जाने
दर्द पराये
वो क्या जाने
दर्द पराये
क्या है रोना
क्या है हाए
क्या है रोना
क्या है हाए
दिल को झूठे खेल खिला के
दिल को झूठे खेल खिला के
वो गए
वो गए
वो गए
प्यार जता के
अपना बना के
वो गए
वो गए
वो गए
प्यार जता के

1 Response to "Pyaar jataa ke apna bana ke"

Mukesh’s voice is so different in this song! Was it so in his earlier years of singing?

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