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Muhabbat bhara koi paighaam de

Posted on: July 15, 2014


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Atul Song-A-Day 10K Song Milestone Celebrations – 20
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Sayajit Rajurkar discovered the blog rather late, viz in late 2013-early 2014. Likewise, I too got to know about him late.

He has been active online as an HFM enthusiast for several years and he must be one of those who are contributing vigourously to uphold the legacy of HFM by various means.

He was born in early 1960s in Hyderabad. He did all his schooling in Hyderabad before moving out. He resides in Melbourne, Australia.

He is married and he has two sons, both in their twenties.

Like most Indians, he is a cricket fan and his favourite cricketer in Sachin Tendulkar. And like most Indians, he is interested in Hindi movie music. But unlike most people, his interest in HFM runs deep. He is an indefatiguable HFM enthusiast. He loves songs that have become rare with time. He is an expert in finding, uploading and sharing rare HFM, mostly from 1960s and 1970s.

He runs a facebook group dealing with rare Hindi film songs called Rare Hindi Film Songs. I am a member of his facebook group on rare songs. One comes across rare songs in this group, but we also find people there posting songs like “bhaiyya mere raakhi ke bandhan ko nibhaana” and insisting that the song is a rare song. 🙂 It just shows that telling a rare song from a popular song (which we take for granted) is not as easy or simple for people born after the golden era of HFM who have lived in the era of ignorant and pseudo enthusiastic RJs of FM channels rather than in the era of well informed stalwart radio announcers of SLBC and Vividh Bharati.

Satyajit Rajurkar has another major achievement under his belt. He is the man behind the vastly updated Rafi excel sheet that lists (almost) all songs that Rafi sang in his career.

Satyajit Rajurkar keeps visiting India periodically. During his visit to India on september 2013, he paid a visit to Mumbai and he managed to meet celebrities like Pyarelal as well as Anandji at their respective residences. He also met Rakesh Anand Bakshi, the son of Anand Bakshi during that visit.

He is on a visit to India even now and that is the reason why he has not been able to find time to write a guest post on the occasion of the blog reaching the 10k mark despite agreeing to do so. Hopefully he will be able to do so once he is back down under.

The fact that he is a dog lover makes me admire him even more. He has two beautiful and magnificent looking Siberian Huskey dogs called Nikki and Tala. Being the pets of someone like Satyajit Rajurkar, the two female dogs indulge in their own musical riyaaz several times a day. 🙂 The cacophonous Nikki begins the session with her barking and Tala (the melodious) joins in the jugalbandi by howling. 🙂 Satyajit Rajurkar, knowing my admiration for dogs has sent me links of several great facebook pages dealing with dogs.

Satyajit Rajurkar has made me aware of several great rare songs of recent vintage. Recent vintage, as the regulars of this blog are aware, means 1970s and later. “Hamraahi” (1974) was one movie that had great songs in it but the movie failed to do well at the box office. This movie was directed by Anand Sagar and produced by Subhash Sagar. The movie had Randhir Kapoor, Tanuja, Jagirdar, Sujit Kumar, Keshto Mukherjee, Tuntun, Hiralal, Yunus Perwaiz, Birbal, Rajendranath, K. N. Singh, Lalita Pawar, Tiwari etc in it.

Satyajit Rajurkar made me and others aware of the songs of this movie. One great song from this movie has already been discussed in the past.

Here is another song from “Hamraahi”(1974).

The background of the song is that a dreaded dacoit kidnaps a busload of passengers thinking that a big businessman is among them. But it turns out that his gang had kidnapped a qawwaal and others. Randhir Kapoor too claims to be a qawwaal. The dreaded dacoit promises to relase them if they sing a qawwaali.And that is how that qawwali takes place.

The qawwali has Madendra Kapoor singing for Yunus Parvez, Manna Dey for Randhir Kapoor and Usha Timothy for a lady whom I am unable to identify. But there is no clear distribution of lip syncing duties in the song and some other actors too are seen lip syncing in the voices of Mahendra Kapoor and Manna Dey. Keshto Mukherji had a sizeable role in this movie. This must be the only song in Hindi movies where Keshto Mukherji gets to lip sync a few lines.

Myswar and other online sources describe this song as a duet of Mahendra Kapoor and Manna Dey. Satyajit Rajurkar, who has uploaded this song on YT has given correct details in that this song is sung by Mahendra Kapoor, Manna Dey, Usha Timothy and chorus. Shakeela Bano Bhopali is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji.

Here is this great qawwali from “Hamraahi” (1974) for the listening and watching pleasure of the readers.

Audio

Video

Song-Muhabbat bhara koi paighaam de (Hamraahi)(1974) Singer-Mahendra Kapoor, Manna Dey, Usha Timothi, Lyrics-Shakeela Bano Bhopali, MD-Kalyanji Anandji
Chorus
Manna Dey + Usha Timothy

Lyrics

aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa
mehfil mein aa gaye hain
yaani ke
mushkil me aa gaye hain

hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
arre, mahfil mein aa gaye hain
mauqaa hai ye khushi kaa
ham sabkaa jaam bhar den
mausam hai maikashi kaa
arre mausam hai maikashi ka
par khatraa hai zindagi kaa
kyaa haal hogaa jaane ab apni family kaa

arre jiyo beta waah
subhaan allah

muhabbat bharaa koi paighaam de
muhabbat bharaa koi paighaam de
aa aa aa
yaa ashkon mein doobi huyi shaam de
yaa ashkon mein doobi huyi shaam de
hamen dard de yaa ke aaraam de
hamen dard de yaa ke aaraam de
ab ye chhod diyaa hai tujhpe
chaahe zahar de yaa jaam de

ab ye chhod diyaa hai tujhpe
tujhpe
chhod diya hai
aa aaa
ab ye chhod diyaa hai tujhpe
chaahe zahar de yaa jaam de

aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa
tu jo chaahe mere geeton ko tarannum de de
aha
tu jo chaahe mere geeton ko tarannum de de
meri aankhon ko cha ?? lab ko tabassum de de
waah
meri aankhon ko chamak lab ko tabassum de de
yaa shab-e-vasl aadakar ke shab-e-gam mujhko
tere kabze mein hai jannat ke jahannum de de
sazaa de hamen yaa ke inaam de
sazaa de hamen yaa ke inaam de
aa aa aa
ab ye chhod diyaa hai tujhpe
chaahe zahar de yaa jaam de
ab ye chhod diyaa hai
chhod diyaa hai tujhpe chaahe zahar de yaa jaam de
ab ye chhod diyaa hai tujhpe
chaahe zahar de yaa jaam de

aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa

aa aa aa
aa aa aa
dil lubhaane ke liye koi chhamaachham de de
chhananananchham
chhananananchham
chhanananan chham de de
baat ban jaae haay haay
agar chaand si begam de de
ho gayaa hai teri jannat kaa agar house-full
to kisi hoor ke pahlu mein jahannum de de
yaa bekaar rakh yaa koi kaam de

yaa bekaar rakh yaa koi kaam de
ab ye chhod diyaa hai tujhpe
chaahe zahar de yaa jaam de

ab ye chhod diyaa hai tujhpe
chaahe zahar de yaa jaam de

aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa
meri aankhon mein
meri aankhon mein aisaa jaadu hai
ki lutere bhi lutke jaate hain

aankh kyaa shay hai
aur jaadu kya
poochh ke maan se apni aate hain

poochh ke maan se apni aate hain
kaat’te hain pahaad sheeshe se
kaat’te hain pahaad sheeshe se
aise hotaa hai aashiqon kaa jigar
aashiqui waashiqui pe laanat hai
maut hi maut aa rahi hai nazar

maut hi maut aa rahi hai nazar
dekh lo ek nazar
tooti jaati hai kamar
ae tum koi gair nahin
ab jaan ki khair nahin
meri zulfen hain ghataa
yaar bandook hata
meri zulfon ki qasam
teri moonchhon ki qasamat
mere honthon ki qasam
aha tere noton ki qasam

saa re saa re gaa maa paa dhaa
paa dhaa padha ni saa
pasanisa
pasanisa
pasanisa
main kahaan phansaa
kahaan phansaa
kahaan phansaa

aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa
gamapapapapasani
sani
sani
mujhe yaad aai naani
naani
naani

are paa paa paa paa
ma dha pa ma
mar gaye ham
ma dha ni sa
nidh dha dha pa ma
aaj to apna nikal gaya dam
ni ni saa re
praan bacha re
ni ni sa re
ni ni ni sa re
krishhna hamaare praan bachaa re
saa re gaa maa gaa re saa
hare krishhna hare raamaa
saa re saa re gaa maa gaa re saa
hare krishhna hare raama
hare krishhna hare raama
hare krishhna hare raama
hare krishhna hare raama
hare krishhna hare raama
hare krishhna hare raama
hare krishhna hare raama
hare krishhna hare raama
hare krishhna hare raama
hare krishhna hare raama
hare krishhna hare raama
hare krishhna hare raama
hare krishhna hare raama

18 Responses to "Muhabbat bhara koi paighaam de"

Congratulations to all…!!!
Congratulations to Shri.Rajurkar Saheb!
Thanks Atul ji for the post and introducing Shri.Satyajit Rajurkar.
Regarding the FB group – he has even given a note there of what a rare song means … still people tend to post normal songs there because that is the easiest to do. but thanks to SR ji for the real rare songs.
thanks!

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Atul ji,

Thanks for your note on Satyajit Rajurkar ji.
As you have stated he happens to be from Hyderabad and so I came to about him thru my Hyderabad sources.My sister-in law (saali) is a friend of his mother. Presently he must be in Hyderabad with his mother.
I became a member of his group early last year and was amazed to see his committment and knowledge of music of his period.
Though he is more than 20 years younger to me,his circle of music lovers and his comments on songs surprised me.
It is a matter of pleasure to have such music enthusiasts as contributors to this Blog. Thru them we can take a look at HFM beyond the 70s,which has some real Gems.
As I always say ‘ Not all before 1970 is good and Not all after 1970 is
bad’.
-AD

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FYI Laxmikant died in 1998; Kalyanji died in 2000,

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Thanks for pointing it out. It should be Pyarelal and Anandji.

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Atul ji,

Satyajit ji has displayed photos on his FB page dated 19th and 20th September 2013,showing that he did meet KALYANJI BHAI, along with friends Raja Pundalik and Rajiv Vijaykar.
There are photos with Pyarelal ji also.
Obviously Kalyanji bhai was very much alive last year.
Anyone can see these photos even now.

-AD

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Sorry. On checking I find that Satyajit ji has probably tagged name Kalyan ji bhai by mistake and he met Anand ji only.
-AD

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The lady lip syncing for the song is SHAKILA BANO BHOPALI,and another guy who lip syncs for the song is(with light purple dress with Shakila bano bhopali )is SHAHID BIJNORI(please correct me If I am wrong, He was there as fakhir in Palkon ki chhaaon mein song>Allaa megh de,paani de.Shahid Bijnori is appeared in 2 more Ramanand Sagar Produced movies).
Others in the song picturisation is Ramayan Tiwari(the daaku), Gajanan Jagirdar(elderly guy with specs),Rav Avtaar(the guy with cap, who is there left side of shahid bijnori)

The movie has got 3 more lyricists:Jan Nissar Akhtar,Kulwant Jani, Hasraj Jaipuri

Kesto mukherjee lip synced for (for a few lines ->in a ladies disguise->Mahendra Kapoor,Asha Bhosle`s voice(alongwith Aruna Irani,Madhumati,Asrani) in Charas(1976)Ramanand Sagar`s movie again starring Hema Malini, Dharmendra)
Video link to the song

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Thanks for the identification as well as information about the other Keshto Mukherji song.

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Introduction of another contributor, Satyajit Rajurkar was great. Hope to read his post once he returns back from his India trip. 🙂
Thanks Atulji.

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Very nice intro, Atul. Good to know about Satyajit Rajurkar ji.

Had to suppress a smile when I read the bit about “rare” songs like “bhaiya mere”. 🙂

When I saw this song was from Hamraaz (1974), I was keen on listening to it because I remember seeing this movie when it was released.

Only when I heard the song now, I realised it is the “ab ye chhod diya hai tujhpe, chaahe, zeher de ya jaam de” . This was the way I had always remembered this song. 🙂 Listening to this after ages. Thanks for refreshing my memory. 🙂

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Sorry, I meant Hamrahi, not Hamraaz. 🙂

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Atul ji,
Thank you for introducing Sayajit Rajurkar.
Thanks for the song too. I remember seeing this movie. The lady, for whom Usha Timmothy sang for, was none other than the lyricist of the song, Shakeela Bano Bhopali. She appeared in more than a dozen films as herself. I do not know whether she rendered any song in films. She was a very good Qawwali singer from Bhopal. It seems she was a victim of Bhopal gas leak tragedy of 1984. She suffered from various health problems like asthma, diabetes etc. in her later life. She died at the age of 60 in the year 2002.
Besides the actors you have identified I could recognize Gajanan Jagirdar whom we could see lip-synching for a few seconds. The dacoit sardar was Bhushan Tiwari

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Sorry I did not notice that Prakash ji has already provided the informations. I posted my comment before going through the comments section.

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OMG! Atul, you and all other senior members & contributors have (to use a Hindi proverb) Chane Ke Jhaad Pe Chadha Diya Hai.

I know most of the members & specially regular contributors are members of my group – RHFS on FB. Those who aren’t are surely missing on some gems.

I have been a very irregular contributor to your blog, but now promise to be more active.

My involvement with RHFS ( >15K members) is primarily due to my passion and more importantly due to my wife’s tolerance.

I would like to take this opportunity to invite you with your family and all the contributors to Melbourne, if possie in Feb/March to witness the Cricket Workd Cup, and stay

Once again thanks, mate!

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The message got posted before I could finish.

So here goes. Come to Melbourne and stay at my garib khana.

Thanks a million to all.

Regards

Satyajit Rajurkar

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Atul,

A few corrections in the lyrics…

“meri aankhon ko cha ?? lab ko tabassum de de”

is

“meri aankhon ko chamak lab ko tabassum de de”

and

“yaa shab-e-vasl hataakar ke shab-e-gam mujhko”

is

“yaa shab-e-vasl aadakar ke shab-e-gam mujhko”

Cheers

Satyajit Rajurkar

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And the best Keshto lip sync is

“Yaar Bandook Hata”

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