Atul’s Song A Day- A choice collection of Hindi Film & Non-Film Songs

Tere honthhon ko teri laali ko

Posted on: June 13, 2013


We in this blog tend to reach the milestone of blog centuries every two weeks or so. Regulars must have noticed that more than three weeks have passed since the previous century post, which came about on 19 may 2013. Now, 25 days later, we finally reach the next century milestone for the blog, viz the 8200th song for the blog.

On most such occasions, I tend to liken the journey of the blog to a road vehicle on a long distance travel. This time, I feel like comparing this journey to limited overs cricket, and that too to T20 cricket. 🙂

We notice that maintaining a good strike rate for a few overs in not enough in T20 cricket. If one loses the momentum then one ends up at a poorish total. On the occasion of this century mark, I too feel like a T20 team that failed to maintain a good strike rate. 🙂 From a rate of seven songs per day in april 2013, we are reduced to a rate of four songs a day at present. In cricket, we have so many experts who can analyse every match and come up with pearls of wisdom. How do I analyse this century ?

Well, there were several reasons for this slowed down century. Just like cricket experts tend to blame the pitch and weather conditions, I too would like to blame the weather (summer) and the pitch (locality) condition.

Since it was summer season, so it meant that schools were closed. My school going daughter and non school going wife join me on summer vacations. A blog like this required plenty of time daily and it becomes difficult to devote so much time on the blog when you have a spouse watching you spend so much time in front of the computer. So, in the interest of peace at home, I am forced to curtail my net activity at home during this period.

Then the pitch conditions have become extremely difficult for batting as well. A blog like this required internet connection of reasonable speed and that too available at least for some time if not all the time. My present place of stay has reasonably good electicity supply (better than say Bangalore and Nagpur), but the same cannot be said about most other services, including internet speed. My “broadband” service provider, who supply was erratic most of the time, finally pulled the plug on his internet services from the beginning of may 2013. So from then onwards I am left to operate on my two wireless internet connections. These two dongles are lighteing quick if good signal is available, but I cannot get such strong singal at my home. As a result, my internet connection is crawling for the last six weeks or so.

Now, all of us in the family tend to take each other for granted. My wife takes me and our daughter for granted, I take my wife and our daughter for granted, we all take our pets for granted, so do our pets as far as we are concerned. Within one day of arriving to stay with me, my wife managed to fracture her left ankle when she missed a one step (out of just three steps). That made her to remain confined to home for much of the last one month. Getting impatient with me or our daughter gets her results, likewise she was getting impatient with nature in order to get healed quicker. I found that nature too pays heed to her, because the plaster on her left feet were removed two days ago, and now she can indulge in her favourite pastime of checking out the various shopping places of the town.

Regulars may have noticed that the number of posts for the last one month have been low by the usual standards of this blog. The reasons for that were as stated above. Hopefully things can only get better in the coming weeks. 🙂

These days I live on a day to day basis as far as the posts of the blog are concerned. I was no even sure till a few hours ago about the 8200th song. I heard this song from “Deedaar” (1970) yesterday and I heard it again today. The more I heard it the more I liked it and I realised and this song was a forgotten gem. It is just the kind of some that I love to highlight as special songs.

So here is this rare song from “Deedaar” (1970). This obscure movie was a Jugal Kishore Production. The movie had Premendra, Anjana, Jayshree T., K. N. Singh, Wasti, Kumud Tripathi, Anjana, Dheeraj, Leela Misra, Mirza Musharaf, Brahmachari, Habib, Meenaxi, Badri Prasad etc in it.

This song is sung by Mukesh. Verma Malik is the lyricist. Music is composed by Usha Khanna.

Every Mukesh song that we discuss in the blog takes us closer to our target of covering all Mukesh songs in the blog. This is the 579th Mukesh song in the blog out of about 900 odd songs that Mukesh has sung in his career. So it is a matter of another one year or two before we should have almost all Mukesh songs covered in the blog.

The song is picturised on an actor who looks like a cross between Feroz Khan and Sunil Dutt. He is Premendra. In the picturisation he is seen wooing Anjana Mumtaz, who was then known as Anjana Manjrekar.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Nitin Shah.

I take this opprtunity to thank all the visitors, regulars, contributors and well wishers of this blog for their continous support and encouragement. I am sure that we will continue to have many more centuries and milestones in the long musical journey that lies ahaed of us.

Audio

Video

Song-Tere honthon ko teri laali ko (Deedaar)(1970) Singer-Mukesh, Lyrics-Verma Malik, MD-Usha Khanna

Lyrics(Provided by Nitin Shah)

tere honthon ko
teri laali ko,
tere yauwan ki hariyaali ko
tere honthon ko
teri laali ko,
tere yauwan ki hariyaali ko
teri angdaayi mein milaa doon,
teri angdaayi mein milaa doon,
bolo toh geet bana doon
tere honthon ko
teri laali ko,
tere yauwan ki hariyaali ko

zulfon ke aawaraa saawan mein
zulfon ke aawaaraa saawan mein
tere ang ang ke darshan mein
tere mann ke kore darpan mein
apni tasveer sajaa doon
apni tasveer sajaa doon
bolo toh geet bana doon
tere honthon ko
teri laali ko,
tere yauwan ki hariyaali ko

bindiyaa ki chanchal chitwan se
bindiyaa ki chanchal chitwan se
baahon pe khanakte kangan se
payal ki chhanakti chhan chhan se
apni aawaaz milaa doon
apni aawaaz milaa doon
bolo toh geet bana doon
tere honthon ko
teri laali ko,
tere yauwan ki hariyaali ko
teri angdaayi mein milaa doon,
bolo toh geet bana doon
tere honthon ko
teri laali ko,
tere yauwan ki hariyaali ko

20 Responses to "Tere honthhon ko teri laali ko"

Atul ji and Every one in Atuldom

Congratulations on another Century.

Regards
Prakash

Like

Atul ji

Forgot to mention that, I enjoyed very much reading the post especially the word “non-school going” 🙂 Hope Bhabhi will not get offended by this comment. 🙂 🙂

Regards
Prakash

Like

Atul ji,
Your woes are no more different than many of us as far as the Better Half s watching bitterly their ‘sautan’ miss Internet. I get it very often,since we are only two of us in the house.
Congratulations on another Century. Though it has become a routine to reach centuries,still its importance is no less than the First century.
-AD

Like

Atul-ji, in a way I like to see fewer postings. That helps me read and savour them. More postings means carrying forward which makes it difficult for me to catch up. Sometimes I don’t read some. Sometimes the Internet also slows down. Wish you peace at home!!

Like

Congratulations for one more century!!
Hero of this movie, Premendra was I think, from somewhere near Agra U.P., & he was considering himself as second Manojkumar as Director Vijay Bhatt (Prakash Pictures) gave him first chance in ‘Holi Aayee re..’, replacing his favourite hero Manojkumar (After ‘Hariyali Aur Raasta’ & ‘Himalaya ki Godmein’). But Premendra failed miserably.
This movie was usual Love triangle. (Premendra-Anjana-Dheeraj)

Like

Congrats once again.
The rate was slow, but was compensated by the knowledge we gained by some very informative posts.

Thanks a lot.

Like

Woaw another century. Going like Shekhar Dhawan albeit bit slow. Again Atulji has given me the place of pride figuring this beauty. Thanks. We all sympathize with Atulji as we are rowing in the same boat.

Like

It is a shame that the availability of internet and electricity fluctuates so much between cities. It is almost as if only the big cities ‘count’. The rest of the places in India can be treated shabbily.

Same thing happens in corporates. Only the big bosses get cream to eat, poor workers like us have to chew hard, boiled chane 😦

Like

but bangalore is a “bada shaher” and phir bhi there is erratic power supply on many days & as if it reads my mind on days when i want to send something to Atul it will definitely not work for me!!!!
😉

Like

Congratulations Atul ji !!! Congratulations to all !!

And since now Atul ji ne madhumakkhi ke chhate mein haath daal hi diya hai to, i have something to share (and for everyone to enjoy!);

as far our routine is concerned, back at home in evening, as per my wife and my daughters – ‘main computer se chipak jaata hoon’, .. haan jaayiye Atul ji ko mail bhejiye, kya ye har roz jaruri hain ? (daily routine),
on Sundays/holidays – ‘dekhiye aaj aapko pehle ye sab karna hain uske baad hi computer ko haath lagana'(chipak jaana)..- normally i try to cover most of it on Sunday or holiday – whatever the duration may be- it is always less for me – and always very much for them – so in between there are warnings- ‘pls shut it down’ – then threats – ‘otherwise i will switch it off directly’ (my wife), and sometime she will come and stand by the table, her finger on the switch- band karte ho ya main ….
… and one fine Sunday when i was getting it more and more from oldies – she switch it off – normally i shout/protest/request but that day (it is just a month before) i just got up change my casuals and step out of the home and walk about 3 km away to a nearby village temple and sat their under a bargad tree.
At home now my younger daugther (they were in other room)got to know about this – and then she keeps calling me continuously, first i do not respond- then i start sending msgs that i am in meeting – but my younger daugther is very ‘ziddi’ so she will not give up- finally when i respond to her call – ‘papa abhi ke abhi pehle ghar aao- aapko meri kasam – computer pe jo karna hain karo – aapko koi disturb nahin karega’ …
And when we came back to town after vacation (15 days before), my mother also accompanied us, on the way we pass through this temple, my daughter told my mother – papa ghar chhodke aur rooth kar yahin aakar baith gaye thhe aur bahot der baad waapis aaye … and brief the whole story to my mother …
So, Atul ji, this is all, but it is all out of love, and they all admire you and your great efforts because they all love music and have a ‘good ear’, though they may not like all the oldies as i do … but they all respect you and admire your this journey … ( raah pe rehte hain …. )
Thanks !!!

Like

hahahahahaha!
this seems to be Ghar Ghar ki Kahani these days. Atulji saavdhan! Humko “Atulsongaday pidhith kosh” start karni Padegi
=))

Like

Sorry, forgot to mention about this song & post
@ Shah saheb – beautiful song, i first hear it from the ‘all the time great-Mukesh’ collection from HMV. like it very much !
@ atul ji – nice post, and since we play cricket (not only love) we shall keep on trying to give our best !!

Like

Lovely post as usual, Atul. 🙂
I enjoy reading your Atulisms – and inspite of various tribulations, your sense of humour is still absolutely intact. And that’s something really creditable.
I can imagine how difficult it must be to balance various demands on your time. Family and pets on one hand, work on the other, the blog on the third. And with the constraints of connectivity.
And on top of that, your wife also got injured.

I wouldn’t worry too much about the “run-rate”. You don’t have to go at a Dhawan rate, even a Dravid rate is fine. 🙂 What’s important is that the journey keeps going – and we are all part of it, enjoying every bit of it. Safar mein saath chalne ka mazaa hi kuchh aur hai. 🙂

Coming to this song, I remember hearing it a lot when I was young. Somehow I haven’t heard it in ages. Nice to hear it again.

Like

And of course, congrats on another century. 8200!!! Yes!!! As Shastri would say, keeping the scoreboard ticking nicely. 🙂

Like

One of the most frustrating one-day innings i have ever experienced is when Shastri opened and if im not mistaken, went on to score 82 runs of 157 deliveries or something like that, “anchoring” the inning while wickets kept falling down on the other end. And he was the 8th man out trying to speed up the run-rate! I just dont know what happened to the guy later on. Even if he was trying to hit it out of the park, he wasnt getting caught at the boundary, they were catching him at mid-on and mid-off! I have forgotten a lot of cricket now, but cant just forget how “well played” it was for him if he just made the contact with the ball and it didnt leave the pitch! In a one-day match!

Like

Atul,

Sometime ‘slow run rate’ in the blog is blessing in disguise. I could go through some of the old write-ups in the blog. Believe me, I enjoyed reading those posts in the same way as one would enjoy going through the old photographs in an album.

Congratulations on 82nd century.

Like

so Atulji
congrats on Post number 8200. i will not say song number 8200 as many of the posts have 2 or 3 versions of the same song so if we start counting those the songs will number more than 8200!!!
now lets get on with our scoring as Sunny Gavaskar would say (and i quote from what i can recollect) “lets take fresh guard and start all over again as if its a fresh innings”

Like

Atul ji,
and all friends,

Greetings and congratulations on another milestone reached.

Summer fever seems to have slowed down some of us (and I do speak for myself). Hope the upcoming monsoon will bring the much needed relief and better productivity and growth. 😉

Atul ji’s description of his summer of ’13 was engaging enough, and then Avinash ji chipped in with his disappearance act on a Sunday. I am all for the ‘AtulSongADay Peedit Kosh’. 😀

By the way, working on some data files for the blog, I abbreviated the name of the blog and see what I got – ASAD. Regulars will surely recognize the short name of Asadullah Khan Ghalib. Some coincident. 🙂

Nitin ji, thanks so much for bringing up this lovely song. Yes, a very wonderful song, and a heartfelt favorite from the days in college. 😉

Best regards to all
With the hope that I will see more of me on the blog. 🙂

Rgds
Sudhir

Like

audio

Like

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

What is this blog all about

This blog discusses Bollywood songs of yesteryears. Every song has a brief description, followed by a video link, and complete lyrics of the song.

This is a labour of love, where “new” songs are added every day, and that has been the case for over TWELVE years. This blog has over 16300 song posts by now.

This blog is active and online for over 4000 days since its beginning on 19 july 2008.

Important Announcement

(© 2008 - 2021) atulsongaday.me The content of this site is copyrighted and it may not be reproduced elsewhere without prior consent from the site/ author of the content.

Total number of songs posts discussed

16312

Number of movies covered in the blog

Movies with all their songs covered =1257
Total Number of movies covered =4426

Total visits so far

  • 14,337,300 hits

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 1,934 other followers

Bookmark

Bookmark and Share

Category of songs

Current Visitors

Historical dates

Blog Start date: 19 july 2008

Active for more than 4000 days.

Archives

Stumble

visitors whereabouts

blogadda

blogcatalog

Music Blogs - BlogCatalog Blog Directory
%d bloggers like this: