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One two three four…kerijo kerijo kerijo kerijo

Posted on: November 3, 2014


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Two of the regulars of this blog have acquired HFGK some time back and both of them are putting these volumes to good use by find ing interesting information about Hindi movie songs.

I am one of the two who has recently received HFGK whereas Khyati Bhatt is the proud and enthusiastic owner of HFGK.

While going through the entries of HFGK part IV (containing songs from movies of 1961-1970), she stumbled upon a very interesting song. This obscure song was a HFM statistician’s delight.

This song from “Parivaar”(1967) is written by Gulshan Bawra and it is composed by Kalyanji Anandji.

What is special in that, people may ask. Well, you need to go through the list of singers who have sung this song. Anandji, Gulshan, Beatfour and Signor are the four singers of this song. I have never heard of Beatfour and Signor. The other two names happen to be the music director and lyricist of this song respectively. Yes, this is a special song which is sung by the lyricist as well as music director of the song who are not known for their singing prowess.

Gulshan Bawra is known for his lyrics as well as for acting in a few movies . He has lip synced the famous “Zanjeer”(1973) song Deewaane hain deewaanon ko na ghar chaahiye.

As for Anandji, he is not known for anything other than music composition so it comes as a great surprise to find him lending his voice in a song.

This song was discovered by Khyati Bhatt one month ago and she made me (and a few other regulars) aware of this song. She also suggested that this song could be posted on 3rd november 2014, which happened to be Kalyanji’s 14th death anniversary.

So here is this unique party/ get together song from “Parivaar” (1967). The song is picturised as a Western dance song which was popular those days and where people were supposed to dance as if they were suffering fits of apoplexy. dancing this kind of dance was in fact considered “cool” those days. 🙂

Here is this special and rare song on the occasion of Kalyanji’s death anniversary. This song also happens to be the 400th song of Kalyanji Anandji in the blog as music directors.


Song-One two three four (Parivaar)(1967) Singers-Anandji, Gulshan Bawra, Beatfour, Signor, Lyrics-Gulshan Bawra, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

one two three four
everybody go

ha aa aa
ha aa aa
ha aa aa
ha aa aa
kerijo kerijo kerijo kerijo
kerijo kerijo kerijo kerijo
gaayeja gaayejaa kerijo kerijo
gaayeja gaayejaa kerijo kerijo

yeah yeah
ye ye ye ye ye
yaah
ha aa aa (urr)
ha aa aa (urr)
ha aa aa (urr)
ha aa aa (urr)
kerijo kerijo kerijo kerijo
kerijo kerijo kerijo kerijo

ha aa aa (urr)
ha aa aa (urr)
ha aa aa (urr)
ha aa aa (urr)
aaja aaja
in baahon mein
dil ki aag bujha de mere yaar
aankhon aankhon mein hi mujhko
thodi aur pila de mere yaar
yeah
yeah
ye ye ye ye ye
yaah
ha aa aa (urr)
ha aa aa (urr)
ha aa aa (urr)
ha aa aa (urr)
kerijo kerijo kerijo kerijo
kerijo kerijo kerijo kerijo

ha aa aa (urr)
ha aa aa (urr)
ha aa aa (urr)
ha aa aa
hai ye duniya aani jaani
gaao mauj udaao
ha aa
jaake phir na aaye jawaani
naacho rang jamaao
aa haa ha ha
yeah yeah
ye ye ye ye ye
yaah
ha aa aa
ha aa aa (urr)
ha aa aa (urr)
ha aa aa (urr)
kerijo kerijo kerijo kerijo
kerijo kerijo kerijo kerijo
gaaye jaa gaayeja kerijo
kerijo
gaaye jaa gaayeja kerijo
kerijo

kerijo kerijo kerijo kerijo
kerijo kerijo kerijo kerijo

yeah
hurr
uyi
yeah haah
yeah haah
hurr
o my god
kerijo kerijo

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14 Responses to "One two three four…kerijo kerijo kerijo kerijo"

Thanks Atulji for remembering and posting this unique song on the perfect day. The song indeed a special one. I am sure all your fans will appreciate this post.
BTW, is this duo’s 400th post?
Regards
Khyati

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Yes, this song is Kalyanji Anandji’s 400th composition in the blog.

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That’s a special treat! 🙂
Thanks for the update, Atulji.

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Khyati ji
Thank you for a nice song.
I can identify dancer Chinoo,
character artiste Krishan Dhawan,
and supporting actress MADHAVI(I have seen her in Amrapali->one of Vyjayntimala`s sakhi),in Janwar-Rajendranath`s girl friend),pagla kahin ka,Naunihal(somewhere I read she is Producer/dirctor Bhappi Sonies wife),Baharein phir aayengi,Biradari(Imdb.com mixed up her name with a much younger south Indian heroine.)Neela Akash

and about singer “Sainor”, in the film`s credit sequences his name is credited as singer and also as one of the actor. (His Name was spelt as SIGNOR)I guess he may one of the dancers.One can see his name as SIGNOR in the vinyl record image of the movie
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Parivar-Bollywood-Vinyl-Lp-Record-OST-HMV-Music-by-Kalyanji-Anandji-l2039-/261627296614?pt=Music_on_Vinyl&hash=item3cea33bb66

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Thank you Prakashji for identifying these artists. Aap to Ustadon ke Ustaad ho. Kitne saare ko yaad rakhte ho.
Regards
Khyati

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Khyati ji
Thanks for writing to me.
prakash

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What`s the meaning of kerijo (according to vinyl record image it is “KERI CHO”).From which langauge it has been taken ? Any ideas ??

and just for my reference(in future) the spelling of beatfour was written as “BEAT FOUR” in the vinyl records

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Haan ek baat hai
Atul ji
Main raat ko aapke ghar aake HFGK ko chhuraane ki soch raha hoon, beware of me, kissi bhi roop mein aa saktaa hoon 🙂

You both people are very lucky to have HFGK.

regards
Prakash

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Dear Sudhir ji,
As per my information and memory (caveat: Both are not infallible.), Rebecca Putto, hailing from Lucknow entered the films with the screen name of Madhavi. Although of a dusky complexion, she was endowed with quite sharp features making her very photogenic. She may have been an airhostess or model before joining the filmworld.

She did marry a film personality. You have mentioned that she was the wife of Bhappi Soni. But I had thought that her husband was K.K. Shukla, a very successful story/script/screenplay writer of 60s & 70s. Of course, you must be right as I am not too sure of this.

And, I think that later her younger sister also followed in her footsteps to try her luck in the tinselland. But while Madhavi enjoyed a moderate success for a short time, her sister could not emulate her.
Warm regards,
Avadh Lal

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Avadh ji
Thanks for the information,
I don`t remember where I have read that Bhappi Sonie and Madhavi are parents of model/cum actress of Sagarika Sonie. I am not very sure about this fact. May be your are right.

Prakash

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I am sorry, my comment was in the context of Prakash ji’s comment.
Avadh Lal

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Gulshan Bawra sang in Satte Pe Satta>>pyar hame kis mod pe laaya hai and in Upkar>aayi jhumke basant or has lip synch

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Ek hi film ke geet : ‘Yippee- wala’ ke saujanya se !
listening this song first time. and going by the list of the songs of this film I think I am only familiar with the song ‘hamne jo dekhe sapne’.
Thanks for the post Atul ji .

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