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Dil mein aa gaya koi

Posted on: February 5, 2014


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“Deewaana” (1952) was a Kardar Production movie. It was produced and directed by A R Kardar. The movie had Suresh, Suraiya, Sumitra Devi, Shyam Kumar, Ramesh, Madan Puri, Banerjee, Amirbai Karnataki, Amir Ali etc in it.

Five songs from this movie have been discussed in the past.

Here is the sixth song from the movie. This song is sung by Suraiyya and chorus and it is picturised as a joyous dance song on Suraiyya and others.

Shakeel Badayuni is the lyricist. Music is composed by Naushad.

This is a delightful song which I haerd for the first time only a few hours ago.

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


Song-Dil mein aa gaya koi (Deewaana)(1952) Singer-Suraiyya, Lyrics-Shakeel Badayuni, MD-Naushad
Chorus

Lyrics(Provided by Nitin Shah)

dil mein aa gaya aa aa
dil mein aa gaya koi ee ee
meri duniya mein bahaar
ban ke chhaa gaya koi
ban ke chhaa gaya koi
dil mein aa gaya ho o
dil mein aa gaya koi ee ee
meri duniya mein bahaar
meri duniya mein bahaar
ban ke chhaa gaya koi
ban ke chhaa gaya koi
dil mein aa gaya

o o o o
o o o o
man ke ban mein dhoom machi hai
din aaye rangeen
man ke ban mein dhoom machi hai
din aaye rangeen

chham chham
o chham chham
hai chham chham chham
chham chham naache mera jiyara
pyaar ki baaje been
dekho pyaar ki baaje been
ho ho ho
dil se mil gaye dil ke taar
wo dhun gaa gaya koi
dil se mil gaye dil ke taar
wo dhun gaa gaya koi
meri duniya mein bahaar
meri duniya mein bahaar
ban ke chhaa gaya koi

ban ke chhaa gaya koi
dil mein aa gaya

o o o o
o o o o
pyaar hai aisa kaanta jismein
dono taraf hai dhaar
pyaar hai aisa kaanta jisme
dono taraf hai dhaar

dekho
o dekho
o dekho ji
idhar hai dil ke paar
to hoga udhar bhi dil ke paar
dekho udhar bhi dil ke paar
o o o
main to ho gayi kisi ki
mujhko bhaa gaya koi
main to ho gayi kisi ki
mujhko bhaa gaya koi
meri duniya mein bahaar
meri duniya mein bahaar
ban ke chhaa gaya koi

ban ke chhaa gaya koi
dil mein aa gaya aa aa
dil mein aa gaya koi ee ee
meri duniya mein bahaar
meri duniya mein bahaar
ban ke chhaa gaya koi

ban ke chhaa gaya koi
dil mein aa gaya

11 Responses to "Dil mein aa gaya koi"

Atulji,
According to HFGK, there are eight songs in the movie plus another song “Hamen jo koi dekhe le ek nazar bhar ke…” by Shamshad Begum (you already have posted this number) which is not included in the list. It is mentioned that the song “Jeene diya na chain se do din bhi pyar ne…” by Suraiya (yet to be posted) was added afterwards.
Another interesting fact I just found out that two famous songs of this movie have version songs-
1) O teer chalaane waale…teer khaate jaayenge by Lata ji was also recorded in Sharda Nadkarni’s voice
2) Tasweer banaata hoon teri khoon e jigar se by Rafi was recorded in Habib Waali Mohammad’s voice also.
(HFGK, Appendix -IV, Version Songs)

Regards

Khyati

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I feel that whether the song is mentioned in HFGK or not it must be posted as there are many instances where songs have been posted with a qualifying remark ‘not in HGFK’ or ‘unreleased’. Ki pharak penda whether it is there or not in HGFK. Let us enjoy the song. Let us not forget that the singers, MDs and lyricists have given their dil o jaan for every songs they have created.
HFGK is not our mai-baap. We should not worry even if the song is released or not; so long it is uploaded on you tube we should post it and enjoy it. Very few are privy to such songs. In fact it is short of akin to chori ka maal which has its own charm; whatsay!!!

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Nitinbhai,
Looks like there is a misunderstanding. Aim was just to provide the information and to acknowledge the source (HFGK in this case) just like we all do with other resources like YT, articles from magazines, different blogs etc.
HFGK shyayad kisi ka “mai-baap” nahin ho, lekin usko “sakha” to samajh hi sakte hai na. Dhanyawad pe adhikar to sabhika hona chaahiye, to HFGK kyun nahin? Hope you will re-read my previous comment again will understand my point.
Aabhaar

Khyatiben

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Nitin ji,

Sir, with all due respects to all opinions – HFGK is a definitive reference, and is a cornerstone of the history of Hindi film music. I have worked in great detail with this encyclopedia, and I am well aware that there are gaps and errors. Even Harmandir ji himself is aware and acknowledges the same. Collecting these gaps in information is an ongoing process, which may not end for quite some time in future.

Khyati Behn did not at any time comment whether a song may be posted or not with reference to HFGK. She is simply brining out details of the songs based on a reference set of books. And it is always interesting information to know about unreleased songs, version songs, excluded songs – makes the reading of history much more exciting.

I know Khyati ji is excited to bring out such information – she has been waiting many years to acquire HFGK, and was able to do so only recently in December.

I believe we should give HFGK its due as a THE master reference. Anywhere on the internet or in print, there is no such compilation available. It is very easy to see that all such sources are basically copying from HFGK – there are gaps and errors contained in HFGK that are being replicated mindlessly. Being a ‘maai baap’ or not, is not the issue. What it is, it is.

My response is not meant in any way to offend. I hope you will take it in that spirit, and I will apologize in case you feel otherwise.

Rgds
Sudhir

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Sudhirbhai,
Aap agar “Mailman” 😉 na bante to mujhe ye khushi na milti. Thanks again for giving me the pleasure. 🙂

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Khyati Behn

The pleasure is mine. I am happy that I was able to carry these for you.

I hope we shall be able to meet on my next visit.

Rgds
Sudhir

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HFGK is and will remain a master reference for all old time music lovers. I miss my set, I had in USA, which I gave it to a friend, when I sort of migrated from there. I wanted to acquire the set here, but was discouraged when somebody here got a very poor xerox copy with even few pages blank, as the original editions are exhausted. On second thought I am going to order any way, as we say in Gujarati, ‘nahi mama karta kaano mamo saaro’ !!!

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Bharatbhai,
As mentioned on the HFGK site, all five volumes are Xerox copies except Vol 3 (which is still original one). Like Sudhirbhai has said, I bought it just few months back. I haven’t checked all the pages of Vol 1,2,4 & 5 but so far haven’t find any blank pages. I won’t be disappointed even if I find few blank ones. I REALLY CHERISH THESE VOLUMES. 🙂 Thanks to Harmandir Singji for all his work.
Truly you have said, “na mama karta kano mamo saaro”. Thoda kora kagad hoy to koi fark na pade. 🙂

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Bharat ji,

You mentioned about an acquaintance who seems to have received a badly xeroxed copy of the Geet Kosh. Please let me know if I can help your friend to get a replacement.

I got my set almost 10 years ago. Even then, three of the volumes are photocopies, and no bad pages.

Rgds
Sudhir

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Sudhir-ji,
Thanks for the offer to help.
Some member had put up the vol 5 (with few blank and messy pages) for sale at the ‘Sargam’s program, and that is how I wrote about it.
As I am going to get the set soon, I did not buy that vol. Since I possessed that set for fifteen years there, I know its value. (a treasure in fact)

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@ Atul ji – Shah Saheb – thanks for this one and thanks to all above sharing the views on HFGK.

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