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Mausam mastaana rasta anjaana

Posted on: October 10, 2014


A group of regulars of this blog met at Bangalore on 5 october 2014. Part I of this meet, viz genesis has been discussed in the past. This second part, describing the build up of the meet, is written by Raja, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

ASAD Gangout in Bangalore (5th October 2014)… Part 2 (a.k.a The Build Up)
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Once we’d decided it would be Bangalore, the next thing was to decide the specific venue and the event arrangements. In order not to bombard all Atulites with the organizing details, we decided to co-ordinate the event in a separate e-mail thread involving just the participants.

I sent out an e-mail to the others, asking if they had any preference of location.

Pradeep, as the non-Bangalorean, said (and I quote) “With regards to the place where we can meet, I would let you Bangalore vaasis decide :). just make sure we can spend 6-8 hours there and us making noise should not be a problem :). Also we will need a place where we can play music (important)”.

Indeed!

It was important that we had a place where we could just play music for 6-8 hours at least, make noise – and not cause trouble or disturbance to others. Of course, we could always meet and discuss music – but having the freedom to play songs, sing songs would make the meet-up so much more enjoyable. Otherwise it would be like one of those Hollywood/British war movies I saw as a young boy – but having only “room talking” (which I didn’t understand a word of) and pointing at maps, and nothing more. 🙂

It suddenly struck me that, instead of looking for some place in Bangalore and conforming to its rules, my own place could well serve the required purpose. At my place, we could just be ourselves – make noise, sing or play songs/music for hours together, have fun without disturbing anybody. Besides, my place wasn’t going to be too far out for any of the Atulites.

So I proposed this to the others. All of them agreed – and thus was the venue decided. 🙂

Pradeep said he’d take the overnight train from Chennai and reach early on Sunday morning. Aparna offered to meet him at Bangalore station, so that they could come together to my place by auto-rickshaw. Peevesie’s mom said she and Peevesie would come on their own.

I sent out my address and also some public transport details – in case any of them was interested. (I am a big fan of public transport – and try to use it whenever available and convenient).

The excitement level now went up a few notches, at least for me, as D-day was approaching. To add to the excitement, Pradeep suddenly began wondering whether it was safe to travel from Chennai to Bangalore, in the light of developments following the court judgment in Jayalalithaa’s case. Come on – this would have been like the dulha not making it for the wedding! 🙂

Having come this close to the event, we were not going to allow this sort of stuff to derail us. We Bangaloreans assured Pradeep that he’d be just fine coming over.

The other thing we tried, during the planning stage, was to get Sudhirji to come over. He had given us an indication that he’d try to make it, if possible – so we did our best to persuade him to do so.

In hindsight, maybe our strategy wasn’t the smartest of strategies. We sent him an e-mail, saying we’d sing songs for him to come over. I said “We will all jointly sing the Naushad composition from Saathi “Ye kaun aaya roshan ho gayi mehfil kiske naame se”… :-)“. Aparna said “Sudhir ji, we will all sing. You have to bear our voices, manzoor :)”.

This was enough for Sudhirji to stay a safe distance away – over a thousand kms away. 🙂 Of course, we were thrilled that he joined us later via Google Hangout.

Talking of this, Sudhirji is partly responsible for the term “gangout” for this meet-up.

It came about rather inadvertently when I was speaking to Sudhirji on the phone on Sunday morning. While requesting him to join the rest of us on Google Hangout, instead of saying “Google Hangout”, I said “Gangout”. All of us had a good laugh over it – and the term stuck! 🙂

More in Part-3 about the Gangout itself. 🙂

Here is a cheerful picnic song from “Satte Pe Satta”(1982) to give us an idea of the festivities that were in the air on that day in a household in Bangalore and also in some far off places. 🙂

This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle, Dilraj Kaur and chorus and it is picturised on seven (give or take a few)sisters, who are ogled at from a distance by seven(give or take a few) brothers. Gulshan Bawra is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.

Audio

Video

Song-Mausam mastaana rasta anjaana(Satte Pe Satta)(1982) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Dilraj Kaur, Lyrics-Gulshan Bawra, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

lalalalala
lalalalala

lalalala
lalalala

mausam mastaana
rasta anjaana
mausam mastaana
rasta anjaana
jaane kab kis mod pe ban jaaye koi afsaana
aiee aie aa
yaah yaah yaah yaah yaah
laah laah laah laah laah
lalalalala
lalalalala

mausam mastana
mastana
rasta anjana
anjana
jaane kab kis mod pe jaye koi afsaana
aie aie aa
yaah yaah yaah yaah yaah
laah laah laah laah laah
lalalala
lalalallalala

lalalalala
lalalalalala
o o
aaj kal dil lab per machal machal jaaye
jab se aayi jawaani
bada tadpaaye
aaj kal dil lab per machal machal jaaye
jab se aayi jawaani
bada tadpaaye
nahin bharosa iska
kab ho jaaye kiska
nahin bharosa iska
kab ho jaaye kiska
abhi talak to apna hai
kab ho jaaye begaana
aiee aie aa
yaah yaah yaah yaah yaah
lalalala
laah laah laah laah laah
lalalala
lalalala

mausam mastana
mastaana
rasta anjana
anjaana
jaane kab kis mod pe ban jaye koi afsaana
aiee aie aa
yaah yaah yaah yaah yaah
laah laah laah laah laah
lalalala
lalalalala
lalalalala

soch ke main ghabraaun
nayi nayi baaten
aane hi waali hain
pyaar bhari raaten
soch ke main ghabraaun
nayi nayi baaten
aane hi waali hain
pyaar bhari raaten
har koi ye jaane
pyaar karen deewaane
har koi ye jaane
pyar karen deewaane
ik din to ye hona hi hai
phir kaisa ghabraana
aieee aie yaa
lalalala
yaah yaah yaah yaah yaah
lalalala
laah laah laah laah laah
lalalala
lalalalala

mausam mastaana
aa
rasta anjaana
aa
jaane kab kis mod pe ban jaaye koi afsaana
aieee aie aa
lalalaal
yaah yaah yaah yaah yaah
lalalala
laah laah laah laah laah
lalalala
lalalalala
lalalalala
lalalalala

5 Responses to "Mausam mastaana rasta anjaana"

🙂 ha ha ha !! ye to post hi itna suhaana hai ke padh kar naachne, gaane aur shor machaane ka man karta hai 🙂
Thanks !!!

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Rajaji,
I am already enjoying this journey of our memories. 🙂
Thanks
Khyati

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Wah! See I was so right… no one can articulate the events of that day better than Raja ji :). Loving the write-ups Raja ji.. now eagerly waiting for Part 3 :). I am wondering whether we should have another meet in Madras soon ;).

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Excellent summing up of the gangout, Raja Ji. Loving every bit of it.

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In this song the line ” aaj kal dil lab per machal machal jaaye “is actually “aaj kal dil aksar machal machal jaaye “.

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