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Naye Puraane Saal Mein Ek Raat Baaki Hai

Posted on: December 31, 2014


This article is written by Sudhir, 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.

Time to take a breather. Ah, well, not on Atul-Song-a-Day blog. For the celebrations are afoot, and the special songs have to be processed and posted, in time for deadlines.

Talking about deadlines, in the past week to ten days, we have been missing quite a few of them. I was in email communication with Atul ji earlier today. You see, he had informed us well in advance that his family will be with him during the closing weeks of the year, and he would have very little time to devote to the blog activities. Ah yes, when the boss is around, . . . . 🙂

And then, what happens. Yours truly takes up the cudgels and very courageously announced to the world (I mean the contributor team) that I will share the workload and keep the counter ticking on the blog. Lo and behold, I am receiving emails containing anniversary reminders, song lyrics, articles, and of course reminder emails following up on the earlier emails. And all I could say is – you know, the cold in Delhi shut me down. 😀 😀

When I wrote to Atul ji this reason, he responded in the like. He too said that cold prevented him from being too active, and then as an afterthought, quietly added that besides, he was under direct supervision of the boss. And in the past ten days, we missed a few anniversaries and events, that should have been covered. Well, we shall try to make up NEXT YEAR – that is a solemn promise. 😀

The cold in Delhi this past week has been absolutely fabulous. Getting down to 2 degrees C in the city, and nearly touching the freezing point in the suburbs like Gurgaon. The airport recorded zero early mornings on some days. And the fog – well quite a bit has been in the news lately regarding delayed and cancelled flights and trains. But surely, what would be winter if such fun was missing. Just the downside is that despite all measures, the weather simply forbids working the nights, and the quilts and blankets appear so inviting as the sun gets below the horizon.

The courageous Bangalore lass sent a wonderful post that was published a little earlier in the day – “Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham”. A sobering review, that takes in both the happy and sad affairs of the year, and wishes for an unbalanced 2015, weighing in more on the side of joy and happiness.

From the perspective of the blog, the year 2014 turned out to be a watershed year. The remarkable achievements in terms of milestones and artist centuries and theme series etc., were there of course. But in my mind the most astonishing and incredible development is how the entire team came together this year. The never-before happenings happened – not once, not twice, but three times, with additional connectivity happening at one-on-one levels.

The blog breached the 10K milestone. The day was memorable and unique. Practically every active member was online for a better part of the day waiting for the clock to strike ten thousand. And wait generated so much amount of heat and wit and jest. The group emails on the occasion – I have stored them in a separate folder titled ‘Waiting for 10K’. The count is 133 in that folder in a matter of five hours from 2.30 pm to 7.30 pm on 20th July. And going through those five hours was such a roller coaster of hilarity, tension, false alarms and what not. It was as if an international audience was waiting online for the birth of a child (remark based on actual exchanges in the emails that day). 😀 😀

Then followed the gangouts – two of them. One in Bangalore and the second one in Bombay. Once again, international representation, online connectivity and the amount of joy that is contained in the memories of these get togehters, is simply priceless. For me, the most important thing was the touch and feel of the friendly warmth, that has for so long been simply a set of names and email ids.

And so, as I sit down and write this post, trying to keep the deadline in sight, (and possibly more), and as I look back over the past few months, it is such happy feeling of contentment that this year has brought in. It is written often in jest – ‘what are the kind of people that are the most happy and the most animated when they meet?’ – people suffering from the same disease. It is an absolutely fantastic experience to note, as patients of the same illness exchange notes on their malaise, trying to outdo one another with the gravity of their own circumstances. The level of abandon with which such exchanges take place is simply unbelievable – as the bandages are unwrapped, the medicine and the procedures are compared. . . wow. What I find is that all in the group are struck with this malady of melody. And it was the getting together that simply brought every related emotion to a head. It was music to the ears. It was rhythm and jingle all the way. It was a soothing experience for the heart – with the satisfaction of knowing that others also suffer from the same ‘melody’ as I.

With just one more night remaining to savor and enjoy 2014, we have this endearing and timely offering sent in by dear Prakash ji. The refrain of the song is so appropriately announcing – ‘Naye Puraane Saal Mein Ek Raat Baaki Hai’. The song is from the 1981 film ‘Raksha’ produced by P Mallikarjun Rao under the banner of Bharati International, and is directed by Ravi Nagaich. The star cast includes Jeetendra, Parveen Babi, Ranjeet, Paintal, Prem Chopra, Iftekhar, Sajjan, Sunder, Rajendra Nath, Viju Khote, Narendra Nath, Suresh Oberoi, Polson, Prem Bedi, Birbal, Gorilla, Manik Irani, Goga Kapoor, and the Olympian Praveen Kumar, with guest appearances by Moushumi Chatterjee, Satyen Kappu, and Agha. On screen, the song is performed by Jeetendra, Ranjeet, Parveen Babi, and Praveen Kumar. Lyrics are by Anand Bakshi and the music is from the baton of RD Burman.

And so, without much ado, let’s get to the song, and enjoy the last few hours of this remarkable 2014.

We all wish and pray, that there be good health and peace with all of us and our households, that there be prosperity and happy days every day, and that there be more music, more malady, I mean, melody. And that we should all make it to the gangout at least once in a year.

Happy happy happy days in 2015, to ALL.

Video (clear but shorter)

Video (longer but less clear)

Song – Naye Puraane Saal Mein Ek Raat Baaki Hai (Raksha) (1981) Singer – Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle, Chorus, Lyrics – Anand Bakshi, MD – RD Burman
Kishore Kumar + Asha Bhosle
Asha Bhosle + Chorus

Lyrics

laa lallalalalalalala
lalala laaaa

laa lallalalalalalala
lalala laaaa

hey hey hey hey hey hey
ho ho ho ho ho ho
hey hey hey hey hey hey
hey hey hey hey hey

hey hey he he he
ho ho oho oho oho
hey hey hey hey hey
hey he he he he

arrey naye puraane saal mein ek raat baaki hai ae
naye puraane saal mein ek raat baaki hai ae
baaki baatein ho chuki
ek baat baaki hai ae
naye puraane saal mein ek raat baaki hai ae
naye puraane saal mein ek raat baaki hai ae
baaki baatein ho chuki
ek baat baaki hai ae ae
naye puraane saal mein ek raat baaki hai ae ae

kahin hai koyi apnaa
kahin koyee beganaa
kaise apni baat kahein
aakhir dil deewana
arrey kahin hai koyi apnaa
kahin koyi beganaa
kaise apni baat kahen
aakhir dil deewana
jaldi kya hai keh lenaa
mulaaqat baaki hai ae ae
naye puraane saal mein ek raat baaki hai ae
arrey baaki baatein ho chuki
ek baat baaki hai ae ae ae
naye puraane saal mein ek raat baaki hai ae

rooo rooooo rooooooo roooooo
rooo rooooo rooooooo roooooo

rooo rooooo rooooooo roooooo
rooo rooooo rooooooo roooooo

raat bani hai dulhan
khush hain chaand sitaare
mehfil mein aa baithein
dushman dost hamaare
ho o o o
raat bani hai dulhan
khush hain chaand sitaare
mehfil mein aa baithein
dushman dost hamaare
arrey aanewaale dulhe dulha ji ki baraat baaki hai ae ae
naye puraane saal mein ek raat baaki hai ae
baaki baatein ho chuki
ek baat baaki hai ae ae
naye puraane saal mein ek raat baaki hai ae ae

laa lalalalalalalalaalala
laa lalalalalalalalaalala
laa lalalalalalalalaalala
laaa laaa laa laa

laaa aaaaaa
laaaa laaaaaaa
laaa laaa laaa

sabka dil dhadkaaye
saal ka aanaa jaanaa
hamse bichhad raha hai
saathi ek puranaa
ho o o o
arrey sabka dil dhadkaaye
saal ka aanaa jaanaa
hamse bichhad raha hai
saathi ek puranaa
bas ab thodi der ka ye saath baaki hai ae ae
naye puraane saal mein ek raat baaki hai ae ae
naye puraane saal mein ek raat baaki hai ae ae
baaki baatein ho chuki
ek baat baaki hai ae ae
naye puraane saal mein ek raat baaki hai ae ae

laaa lahaa laaaa lalaalalalalalalaalalalaaa
laaa lahhaa laaaa lalaalalalalalalaalalalaaaaa
laaa lahhaa laaaa lalaalalalalalalaalalalaaaaaa
laaa lahhaa laahhaa lalaalalalalalalaalalalaaaaaa

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6 Responses to "Naye Puraane Saal Mein Ek Raat Baaki Hai"

Hello Atulji, Sudhirji and all family members. May this year be filled with the melody of happiness and prosperity.
Regards
Khyati

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Happy New Year to all of you. May the New Year ring in newer old songs and newer trivias.

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@ Prakash ji – thanks for the song for the ‘occassion’ 🙂
@ Sudhir ji – enjoyed the post … and the ‘dilli ki sardi (reading & imagining the weather there..) 🙂
Thank you very much !

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