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Moorakh man howat kyun hairaan

Posted on: February 10, 2015


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New Theatre, Calcutta’s “Dhoop Chhaaon”(1935), a remake of their Bangla movie “BhagyaChakra”(1935) was directed by Nitin Bose. The movie had Biswanath Bhaduri, Vikram Kapoor, K C Dey, Ajmat Bibi, Nawab, Kidar Sharma, Uma Shashi, Dev Bala, Nagendra Bala, Giridharilal Vaidhya, Babulal, Ahi Sanyal, Indu Mukherji, Trilok Kapoor etc in it.

This movie had the distinction of being the first movie where the concept of playback singing was introduced.

HFGK mentions R C Boral and Pankaj Mullick as the two music directors of this movie but the distribution of songs among the two is not known. It appears that most songs in this movie were composed by R C Boral.

Today (10 february 2015) is the death anniversary of Pahadi Sanyal. Here is the eighth song from “Dhoop Chhaaon”(1935) as a tribute to him. This song is sung by Pahadi Sanyal. Pt Sudarshan in the lyricist. Music (I guess) is composed by R C Boral.

The video of this song has considerable disturbance in it, so I have included the audio of this song as well. The lyrics of the audio version is slighly different from the lyrics of the video version as was often the case those days.

I am unable to identify the actor lip syncing this song. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify the actors visible in the picturisation.

Audio

Video

Song-Moorakh man howat kyun hairaan (Dhoop Chhaaon)(1935) Singer-Pahadi Sanyal, Lyrics-Pt Sudarshan , MD-R C Boral

Lyrics(Based on audio version)

moorakh man howat kyun hairaan
moorakh man howat kyun hairaan
sachmuch teri raat andheri
sachmuch teri raat andheri
sankat mein hain praaaan
baandh kamariya
dhoondhe dagariya
baandh kamariya
dhoondhe dagariya
kripa kare bhagwaan aan
moorakh man howat kyun hairaan
moorakh man howat kyun hairaan

sukh dukh donon ek baraabar
do din ke mehmaan
sukh dukh donon ek baraabar
do din ke mehmaan aan
wo bhi dekha
ye bhi dekh le
wo bhi dekha
ye bhi dekh le
donon ko pehchaaaan
moorakh man howat kyun hairaan
moorakh man

aanand nagariyaa aa aa
door nahin ee
ab kaahe ko o o ghabraaaawat aaaaj
bhagwaan ke ghar se ae
tere liye ae ae
ek sukh sandesa aa aa aa
aawat hai
moorakh man howat kyun hairaan
moorakh man howat kyun hairaan
moorakh man

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Actor-Singer Pahadi Sanyal.

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Nitin Bose (1897–1986)
Director/Cinematographer/Writer
Trivia: Cousin of Satyajit Ray
Born: April 27, 1897 in Kolkatta
Died: April 14, 1986 (age 88) in Kolkatta
Nominated Filmfare Award Best Director for Gunga Jumna (1961)
1972 Samaanta
1966 Hum Kahan Ja Rahe Hain
1964 Dooj Ka Chand
1963 Nartaki
1962 Ummeed
1961 Gunga Jumna
1958 Jogajog
1957 Kath Putli
1957 Madhabir Janye
1956 Char Dost
1955 Amar Saigal
1954 Waris
1953 Dard-E-Dil
1951 Deedar
1950 Mashaal
1948 Drishtidan
1947 Naukadubi
1945 Mazdoor
1944 Mujrim
1943 Bichar
1943 Kashinath
1941 Lagan
1941 Parichay
1939 Kapal Kundala
1938 Desher Mati
1938 Dharti Mata
1938 Dushman
1938 Jiban Maran
1937 Badi Bahen
1937 Didi
1935 Bhagya Chakra
1935 Dhoop Chhaon
1934 Chandidas
1934 Daku Mansur
1930 Buker Bijha
1921 Belgian Emperor’s Visit to India (Documentary)
As Cinematographer
1941 Parichay
1938 Desher Mati
1938 Dharti Mata
1938 Dushman
1938 Jiban Maran
1937 Badi Bahen
1937 Didi
1935 Bhagya Chakra
1935 Dhoop Chhaon
1934 Chandidas
1933 Meerabai
1933 Puran Bhagat
1933 Rajrani Meera
1933 Yahudi Ki Ladki
1932 Chandidas
1932 Natir Puja
1928 Devdas
As Writer
1943 Bichar (screenplay)
1943 Kashinath (dialogue)
1941 Parichay
1938 Desher Mati (screenplay) / (story)
1938 Dharti Mata (screenplay) / (story)
1938 Dushman (writer)
1938 Jiban Maran (writer)
1937 Badi Bahen
1937 Didi
1935 Bhagya Chakra
1935 Dhoop Chhaon (screenplay)
1943 Bichar (camera operator)
1932 Mohabbat Ke Aansu (camera operator)
1928 Devdas (camera operator)
1951Deedar (photographic treatment)

Rai Chand Boral (1903–1982)
Composer/Director
Born: 1903 in Kolkatta
Died: November 25, 1982 (age 79)
1960 Natun Fasal (as R.C. Boral)
1959 Sagar Sangamey
1955 Swami Vivekananda (as R.C. Boral)
1953 Dard-E-Dil
1950 Pehla Aadmi
1949 Bishnupriya
1949 Mantramugdhu
1949 Swamiji
1944 Hamrahi
1944 Towards the Light
1941 Parichay
1940 Abhinetri
1940 Haar Jeet
1939 Jawani Ki Reet
1939 Parajay
1939 Rajat Jayanti
1939 Sapera
1939 Sapurey
1938 Abhagin
1938 Abhigyan
1938 Street Singer
1937 Anath Ashram
1937 Badi Bahen
1937 Bidyapati
1937 Didi
1936 Destination
1936 Grihadah
1936 Karodpati
1936 Maya
1936 Devdas
1935 Bhagya Chakra
1935 Dhoop Chhaon
1935 Inquilab
1935 Karwane Hayat
1934 Chandidas
1933 Meerabai
1933 Puran Bhagat
1933 Rajrani Meera
1933 Yahudi Ki Ladki
1932 Chandidas
1932 Mohabbat Ke Aansu
1932 Chirakumar Sabha
1931 Chasher Meye
Director
1934 Pear Brothers (Short)

Miss Harimati
Playback/Actress
Miss Harimati is known for her work on Grihadah (1936), Sree Radha (1941) and Dhoop Chhaon (1935).
1941 Sree Radha (playback singer)
1936 Grihadah (playback singer)
1935 Bhagya Chakra (playback singer)
1935 Dhoop Chhaon (playback singer)
As Actress >>
1941 Sree Radha
1936 Grihadah

Suprava Sarkar (1919–1989)
Playback Singer
Suprabha Ghosh was born on the 25th of September, 1919. Her father was Upendranath Ghosh and her mother Champaknalini. Suprabha’s first training in music was from her parents, both music lovers. Champaknalini gave her lessons in devotional songs. Formal training started from Dhrupadia Shishir Guha and thereafter from Tarapada Chakraborty.
Died: September 23, 1989 (age 69) in Kolkatta
1961 Maa
1957 Harishchandra
1956 Paradhin
1953 Sharey Chuattar
1950 Indira
1949 Jar Jetha Ghar
1949 Niruddesh
1949 Samapti
1949 Singhadwar
1948 Kalo Ghorah
1948 Priyatama
1948 Sadharan Meye
1948 Dhatri Debata
1947 Abhijog
1947 Natun Khabar
1947 Swapna-o-Sadhana
1947 Syayamsiddha
1946 Pather Saathi
1941 Ahuti
1941 Aparadh
1941 The Court Dancer: Raj Narkati
1940 Suktara
1940 Shapmukti
1938 Jiban Maran
1935 Bhagya Chakra
1935 Dhoop Chhaon

Umashashi (–2000)
Actress/Singer
One other earliest stars of the New Theatres’ of Calcutta, Uma was born in 1915 in a poor Brahmin family of Calcutta. Her father was Nilmani Chattopadhyay and her mother Radharani. Nilmani hailed from Dacca, East Bengal, British India but was settled in Calcutta. As a child Uma received very little formal education by reasons of poverty
Born: Kolkatta
Died: December 6, 2000 in Kolkatta
As Actress>>>
1938 Desher Mati as Gauri
1938 Dharti Mata as Gauri
1937 Anath Ashram as Saroj
1935 Bhagya Chakra as Meera
1935 Dhoop Chhaon as Rupkumari
1934 Chandidas as Rami
1934 Daku Mansur
1934 Roop Lekha as Sulekha in the Bengali version
1933 Kapal Kundala as Kapalkundala
1933 Puran Bhagat
1932 Chandidas as Rami
1932 Vishnumaya as Asti
1931 Dena Paona as In a crowd scene
1931 Abhishek
1930 Bigraha as Ranima
1929 Bangabala as Subarna
As Singer>>>
1938 Desher Mati
1938 Dharti Mata
1937 Anath Ashram
1936 Maya
1935 Bhagya Chakra
1935 Dhoop Chhaon
1934 Chandidas
1934 Daku Mansur
1934 Roop Lekha
1933 Kapal Kundala
1932 Chandidas
1932 Vishnumaya
1931 Dena Paona

Cast>>>
Biswanath Bhaduri
Shyamlal
Vikram Kapoor
Hiralal
Sardar Akhtar as Stage kallo ki ma
Ajmat Bibi as Kallo ki ma
Devbala as Meera’s mother
Krishna Chandra Dey as Surdas
Trilok Kapoor as Satyavan
Shyam Laha as Detective
Indu Mukherjee as Detective
Nagendrabala as Maid servant
Nawab as Manager
Abhi Sanyal as Bad singer
Pahadi Sanyal as Deepak
Kidar Nath Sharma as Assistant manager
Umasashi as Rupkumari
Gidharilal Vaid as Client
Wahab as Stage Deepak

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