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Jiska rakhwaala bhagwaan

Posted on: March 12, 2015


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, 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.

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 3 # Mohd Rafi -1
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I was not aware of this film and neither had heard its songs earlier. It was because of HFGK that I came to know about this film ‘Aisaa Bhi Hotaa Hai’.

‘Aisaa Bhi Hotaa Hai – 1971’ was a Rainbow Films-Bombay presentation and a ‘social’ film as mentioned in HFGK. Its star cast includes Dev Mukherji, Nandita Bose (making debut), Jalal Agha, Rupesh Kumar, Anwar Ali, Nikita, Tiwari, Sunder, Mohan Choti, Shyam Kumar, Randhir, Anjum, Birbal, Maruti, Tuntun, Mumtaz Begum, Shefali, Raj Rani, Mehboob and Jayshree T.

Though myswar.com mentions only S.H.Bihari as the lyricist for the songs of this film, as per HFGK the today’s song is penned by Farooq Qaiser (one of the YT uploader too has mentioned Farooq Qaiser as lyricist for this song). Music for this film was composed by O.P.Nayyar.

This film had total four songs wherein two songs are in Asha Bhonsle’s voice and one each sung by Mohd Rafi and Kishore Kumar.

Here is the first song from this movie which makes its debut on the blog today. This is sung by Mohd Rafi and chorus.

I have not watched this movie and think that this surely must be an obscure movie of its time. I request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on the film and its songs.

Audio

Song-Jiska rakhwaala bhagwaan (Aisa Bhi Hota Hai)(1971) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Farooque Kaiser, MD-O P Nayyar
Chorus

Lyrics

Jaa ko raakhe saainyyaan aa
maar sake ae na koye
baal na beeka kar sake
Jo jag bairi ee hoye

jiska rakhwaala bhagwaan
bigaade kya uska insaan
jiska rakhwaala bhagwaan
bigaade kya uska insaan
jiska rakhwaala bhagwaan

khode kunwaa auron ke liye
khud usmein gir jaaye
bhala kare ya bura kare ae ae
tere saamne aaye
jaisi karni waisi bharni ee
O o o
jaisi karni waisi bharni
daata ka farmaan
daata ka farmaan
jiska rakhwaala bhagwaan
bigaade kya uska insaan
jiska rakhwaala bhagwaan

teri amaanat ham leke
tere dwaare aaye
dukh chinta mein ik tuhi ee
kaam hamaare aaye
naam hai tera bhole Shankar a
O o o
naam hai tera bhole Shankar
teri shakti mahaan
teri shakti mahaan
jiska rakhwaala bhagwaan
bigaade kya uska insaan
jiska rakhwaala bhagwaan
bigaade kya uska insaan
jiska rakhwaala bhagwaan

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Devnagri Script lyrics
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जा को राखे साइयां आ
मार सके न ए ए न कोई
बाल न बीका कर सके
जो जग बैरी ई ई होए
जिसका रखवाला भगवान
बिगाड़े क्या उसका इंसान
जिसका रखवाला भगवान
बिगाड़े क्या उसका इंसान
जिसका रखवाला भगवान

खोदे कुंवा औरों के लिए
खुद उसमें गिर जाए
भला करे या बुरा करे ए ए
तेरे सामने आये
जैसी करनी वैसी भरनी ई
ओ ओ ओ
जैसी करनी वैसी भरनी
दाता का फरमान
दाता का फरमान
जिसका रखवाला भगवान
बिगाड़े क्या उसका इंसान
जिसका रखवाला भगवान

तेरी अमानत हम लेके
तेरे द्वारे आये
दुःख चिंता में इक तुही
काम हमारे आये
नाम है तेरा भोले शंकर र र
ओ ओ ओ
नाम है तेरा भोले शंकर
तेरी शक्ति महान
तेरी शक्ति महान
जिसका रखवाला भगवान
बिगाड़े क्या उसका इंसान
जिसका रखवाला भगवान
बिगाड़े क्या उसका इंसान
जिसका रखवाला भगवान

14 Responses to "Jiska rakhwaala bhagwaan"

‘Aisa bhi Hota Hain’ was produced & directed by Kamran, father of Farah & Sajid Khan. It had excellent songs, specially ‘ Chand Raaton ko nikale…’ sung by Asha. Another good song was ‘ Raam Jaane…’. The film was released at Sterling theatre of Bombay, famous for English films only, at that time.
Kamran was expecting much from the movie, but it flopped very badly & Kamran lost everything he had & so he & his family were almost on the road! Kamran also played a small role in the movie, & the film ended with a dialogue ‘Aisa bhi Hota Hain’ picturised on him!! The film was based on an English movie (I had forgotten the name) & the story was almost like B.R. Chopra’s ’36 Ghante’. I had enjoyed the movie & it was not that bad, but it was the fate of Kamran, who was left wondering ‘Aisa bhi kyun Hota Hain?’

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Sir, thank you very much for sharing this information !!

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audio link from Saregama India pvt.ltd and the vinyl record image

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Thanks Prakash ji for this link !!

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I remember it was released on Jan 1st, 1971 because of the date. Both Asha’s song were typically sounding like Praan Jaaye….

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Nitin ji,

This is what happens when one copies the data from IMDB blindly,without understanding their system or without checking data with other source for reliability and correctness.

IMDB and many other sites mention 1st January for any film or most films atleast as its release date,irrespective of the reality.

In case of film “Aisa bhi hota hai”-1971 the release date can not be 1st January,for the simple reason that the film got its Censor certificate only on 16-10- 1971 ( it is mentioned so in HFGK).

Obviously it must have been released only after this date. I do not know when it was released ,but surely NOT on 1st January,in any case.

-AD

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Thanks Arunji

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Arun ji,
I agree with you. Many websites have 1st January as release dates of most of the films.
I will be thankful if you can clarify on this. It is generally believed that Khemchand Prakash’s “Mahal” was released in 1949. It is also common to read that he passed away 2-3 months before the movie was released.
But his wiki page states that he expired on 10th August 1950.

So did he enjoy the spectacular success of his creation in Mahal or not.?

Please revert.

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Mahesh ji,
Thanks for your comments.
It is not true that KP died earlier to Mahal’s release.
He was very much alive and died only on 10-8-1950. The point generally stressed by everyone is that he could not live long to enjoy the success of Mahal and capitalise on it. I quote few lines from an expert’s article about this from an article posted on Upperstall..
“….Besides turning around Lata Mangeshkar’s career, It was Khemchand Prakash who gave Kishore Kumar his initial break with Marne ki Duayen Kyon Mangoon in Ziddi in 1948 and gave him one of his earlier assignments in Rhim Jhim coming the same year as Mahal. Unfortunately, Khemchand Prakash couldn’t live for long to enjoy Mahal’s stupendous success as he passed away the following year when still in his early 40s. But not before giving another scintillating musical score in the Raj Kapoor – Nargis starrer Jan Pehchan (1950).”
Actually films like Jai shankar,Shri Ganesh Janma and Tamasha were relesed after his death. These films had music from him in some parts.
I hope the confusion is clear now.
-AD

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Arun ji,

Many Thanks for the clarification. The confusion is amply clear now.

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Mahesh ji,

I am sorry. My above reply is not correct. Apologies.
I have recieved an E Mail from shri Harish Raghuvanshi ji,famous compiler and Film Historian,as following…
“Film Mahal-49 was released on 13-10-1950 at Roxy Cinema in Bombay. Khemchand Prakash died on 10-8-1950.
So,Mahal was released 2 months and 3 days after his death. ”
Naturally it goes without saying why KP could not enjoy the success of Mahal or capitalise on it.
I thank Harish ji for his prompt correction.
-AD

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Please also note that Mahal is considered a 1949 film,because it must have been passed by the Censors in 1949 itself.

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The film was censored on 31-10-1949.
Cert. No.-U 44884

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Arun ji,

Many thanks. There is nothing to apologize. I am learning a great deal here. I think you anticipated my next questions regarding 1949 and 1950 and further clarified. 🙂
It will be interesting to know why it took almost an year for the film to get released in cinema halls after being passed by the censors.
I may be wrong but I feel that the Lata song must have been released on records immediately after the censors. So KP lived to enjoy the immense popularity of the song but did not live to see it screened in theaters.
How unfortunate for the maestro whom even Naushad revered immensely.

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