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Pyaar se hamko kaleje se Janno

Posted on: July 9, 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 #23
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Wow, probably the best specimen of a ‘roothna – manaana’ song, if ever there was one. And done with such merriment and such a ticklish and playful performance by both the parties involved. I am glad the video of this song is available. Even after 66 years, the effect of this song and its visual has such a rollicking effect. I am sure you are going to love this song.

As I checked the lists for the next song from 1947, I realize that this absolutely plucky and fun filled song from ‘Neelkamal’ (1947) is still to be posted. Going online, I am immediately able to get this video clip. The film ‘Neelkamal’ is available as VCD/DVD, and the quality of the print is superb.

Produced under the banner of Oriental Pictures, Bombay, the film is directed by Kedar Sharma. The music director for this film is B Vasudev. Readers on this blog will recognize that this person is none other than Snehal Bhatkar. His original name is Vasudev Gangaram Bhatkar. In the late 1940s, when he started working with the film industry as a composer, he was already employed full time with HMV. To avoid any legal and contractual difficulties, he chose to use a different name for his film career. The interesting bit however is that over a period of about a decade, he has used almost eight different versions of his name – Vasudev, BG Vasudev, G Vasudev, Senhal, etc. When his daughter was born, the family named her Snehlata, and she was called by the dear name of Snehal as a child. After her birth, he started with using Snehal as his screen name, which was quickly modified to Snehal Bhatkar.

There are 11 songs in this film, all from the pen of Kedar Sharma. Of these 11, 3 are duets that Mukesh has sung, 2 with Zohra Bai and 1 with Hameeda Banu. Two of these duets are already showcased on this blog, and this is the third duet of Mukesh and Zohra Bai that is being posted today. The cast of actors in this film includes Raj Kapoor, Madhubala, A Karan Singh, Begumpara, Mumtaz, Rajinder, Shanta Kumar, Nazeera, Peci Patel, Subhashini, Pandit Iqbal, Radha, Baby Indira, Kumar Sahu, Dilip Kumar etc.

This is the second last song of Mukesh from 1947, one more to go to complete the list for that year. And the difficult part is that the song is not yet traceable. Film is ‘Laakhon Mein Ek’ and the leading verse is “Aagre Se Odhni Mangaa De Baalma”, a duet by Mukesh and Shamshad Begum. I request other readers and collectors to please help trace this song.

In the meanwhile, let us enjoy this fabulous rendition, as well as an endearing on screen performance. Just watch how the gentleman gestures while repeating the lines

tum na khilaavo to kaun khilaaye

and the expressions on the face of the lady when she complains about

zakhmon pe mere namak nirmohi
tum na lagaao to kaun lagaaye

The entire song is a treat to watch. 🙂

Enjoy.

Audio

Video

Song-Pyaar se hamko kaleje se janno (Neelkamal)(1947) Singer-Mukesh, Zohrabai Ambalewaali, Lyrics-Kidar Sharma, MD-Snehal Bhatkar

Lyrics

pyaar se humko
haan
pyaar se humko kaleje se janno
tum na lagaavo to kaun lagaaye
tum na lagaavo to kaun lagaaye
tum na lagaavo to kaun lagaaye
jaavo ji jaavo
haan
jaavo ji jaavo
jaavo ji jaavo sadaa aisi baaten
tum na banaao to kaun banaaye
tum na banaao to kaun banaaye
tum na banaao to kaun banaaye

ooo
oo hoo
oo hoo
o o
saawan ki rut har su hariyaali
saawan ki rut har su hariyaali
mast hui hai daali daali
mast hui hai daali daali
aise mein sajaniyaa kali morey mann ki
aise mein sajaniyaa kali morey mann ki
tum na khilaavo to kaun khilaaye
tum na khilaavo to kaun khilaaye
tum na khilaavo to kaun khilaaye

yaad aayen jo saawan ki baaten
yaad aayen jo saawan ki baaten
saath mere
ro padin barsaaten
saath mere
ro padin barsaaten
zakhmon pe mere namak nirmohi
zakhmon pe mere namak nirmohi
tum na lagaao to kaun lagaaye
tum na lagaao to kaun lagaaye
tum na lagaao to kaun lagaaye

dekho na dil todo apne piyaa ka
dekho na dil todo apne piyaa ka
rehne do
jaao
rehne do ab saaz soonaa jiyaa ka
rehne do ab saaz soonaa jiyaa ka

socho ke jo saaz humse baje hai
socho ke jo saaz humse baje hai
wo hum na bajaayen to kaun bajaaye
hum na bajaayen to kaun bajaaye
hum na bajaayen to kaun bajaaye

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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प्यार से हमको
हाँ
प्यार से हमको कलेजे से जन्नो
तुम न लगावो तो कौन लगाए
तुम न लगावो तो कौन लगाए
तुम न लगावो तो कौन लगाए
जावो जी जावो
हाँ
जावो जी जावो
जावो जी जावो सदा ऐसे बातें
तुम न बनाओ तो कौन बनाए
तुम न बनाओ तो कौन बनाए
तुम न बनाओ तो कौन बनाए

ओss
ओ होs
ओ होs
ओ ओ
सावन की रूत हरसु हरियाली
सावन की रूत हरसु हरियाली
मस्त हुई है डाली डाली
मस्त हुई है डाली डाली
ऐसे में सजनीया कली मोरे मन की
ऐसे में सजनीया कली मोरे मन की
तुम न खिलावों तो कौन खिलाये
तुम न खिलावों तो कौन खिलाये
तुम न खिलावों तो कौन खिलाये

याद आयें जो सावन की बातें
याद आयें जो सावन की बातें
साथ मेरे
रो पड़ें बरसातें
साथ मेरे
रो पड़ें बरसातें
ज़ख़्मों पे मेरे नमक निर्मोही
ज़ख़्मों पे मेरे नमक निर्मोही
तुम न लगाओ तो कौन लगाए
तुम न लगाओ तो कौन लगाए
तुम न लगाओ तो कौन लगाए

देखो न दिल तोड़ो अपने पिया का
देखो न दिल तोड़ो अपने पिया का
रहने दो
जाओ
रहने दो अब साज सूना जिया का
रहने दो अब साज सूना जिया का

सोचो के जो साज हमसे बजा है
सोचो के जो साज हमसे बजा है
वो हम न बजाएँ तो कौन बजाए
हम न बजाएँ तो कौन बजाए
हम न बजाएँ तो कौन बजाए

2 Responses to "Pyaar se hamko kaleje se Janno"

Beautifully rendered in keeping with the mood of the song. Kidar Sharma’s lyrics is unusual as in most cases.
The song is picturised on Pesi Patel and Nazirabai who were favourite of Kidar Sharma in those days.

There is an interesting trivia connected with this film as well as Nazirabai.
Kidar Sharma was a full time employee of Ranjit Movietone from 1942 onward. One day, he told Chandulal Shah, one of the partner of Ranjit Studios that he would like to produce and direct a film. He assured him that he would shoot his film only after his working hours for Ranjit Studio as an employee. Chandulal Shah agreed on one condition that he would be the partner and handed over to him a cheque for Rs.1,00,000/-. The shooting of the film started. One day, Chandulal Shah asked Kidar Sharma about the progress of the film and the cast etc. He said that he has taken Raj Kapoor and Baby Mumtaz in lead roles and Vasudev Bhatkar as Music Director. Since Chandulal Shah was in a hurry, he said that he would discuss the matter on the next day.

In the next day, when they met, it dawns to him that it was not Mumtaz Shanti but Madhubala who was then known as Baby Mumtaz. Chandulal Shah was so shocked that he at once demanded his money back unless he replaces Raj Kapoor, Madhubala and Vasudev Bhatkar with saleable artists. Since Kidar sharma had already began shooting the film with Raj Kapoor and Madhubala and money has been spent, he could neither change the cast at this stage nor he had money to pay back to Chandulal Shah.

Those days workers and artists used get paid their monthly salary. After a few days, when Kidar Sharma was sitting in his office in a pensive mood thinking as to how he could arrange alternative finance for the film, one of his character actors, Nazirabai came to his office holding a packet wrapped in a handkerchief. Thinking that she had come to ask for her monthly salary, he angrily shouted bak at her that he was not running away and he would pay her salary soon. He ordered her to leave. She left his office sobbing but kept the packet wrapped in the handkerchief on his table. Since Nazirabai sometime used to bring him some home cooked food, Kidar Sharma opened the packet left by her and found that it contained Rs,17000/- in cash and some gold ornaments. Actually, Nazirabai had brought money and gold jewellry to help him to raise finance and continue the shooting. He ran after her with the packet and gave her back . Ashamed of his behaviour towards her, he assured her that in the next few days, he would be able to raise money and commence shooting of the film.

In the next few days, he could arrange required money by selling the film distribution rights. After seeing the final rushes of the film, even Chandulal Shah wanted to buy the distribution right for the unsold territories.

[Source : THE ONE AND LONELY KIDAR SHARMA, 2002].

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