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Baanke Sainyyaan Ne Bainyyaan Marod Daali

Posted on: April 29, 2015


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.

The Wonderful Sounds of 1930s – 6
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Listening to songs like this one, there are mixed feelings in the heart.  There is a pleasant joyous feeling that such wonderful sounds from almost eight decades ago, are available  and we can hear and enjoy them.  There is also a regretful irritation, almost bordering on frustration as to why more such songs are not available.  Why is it that all one can search and explore, and just one song is available from this film, and from many others.  And for many more, even one song is not traceable.

But.  Counting the blessings.  We come to this enchanting song from an unheard and unmentioned film – ‘Kimiagar’ from 1936.  A film, like many others from that era, one has not even heard of.  A playful song that is describing the exchange, well, almost in real time, as is witnessed by the “ueee” in the second antaraa.  The words, the verses paint such graphic image, of the lady being “bothered” in a very becoming way.  The gentleman is exerting to hold her hand, and she is complaining of her wrists getting sprained.  Although the tone of the complaint clearly shows that the advances are very welcome.

The film is produced under the banner of Saroj Movietone and is directed by Nagendra Majumdar.  The lead pair is Master Nisar and Khurshid Bano.  Others in the star cast include  Jaani Babu, Shakeer Ahmed, Saeed Jaan, and Kitty Williams.  The seven songs of this film are written by Munshi Shams and Munshi Rafiq, however the details of who has written which songs, is not available.  Music is by Meer Saahab.

The singing voice is that of Khurshid Bano.  This information is not available in the Geet Kosh.  However, two separate persons who have uploaded this song on the YouTube, have identified the voice to be that of Khurshid Bano.  I would request other knowledgeable readers and friends to please add more information about this film, this song and its on screen picturization.

A delightful listen, and a marvelous song.  Enjoy.

Song – Baanke Sainyyaan Ne Bainyyaan Marod Daali (Kimiagar) (1936) Singer – Khursheed, Lyrics – Vijay Kumar, MD – Meer Saahab

Lyrics

baanke sainyaan ne bainyaan marod daalee
baanke sainyaan ne bainyaan marod daalee
lipat lipat choodiyaan
lipat lipat choodiyaan tod daalee
baanke sainyaan ne bainyaan marod daalee
baanke sainyaan. . .
gori re bainyaan
naajuk kalaiyaan
gori re bainyaan
naajuk kalaiyaan
nithur piyaa ne jhakjhor daalee
nithur piyaa ne jhakjhor daalee
baanke sainyaan ne bainyaan marod daalee

main na maanoongi machaaoongi duhaai zaalim
main na maanoongi machaaoongi duhaai zaalim
mujhko bhaati nahin ye teri (??) zaalim
mujhko bhaati nahin ye teri (??) zaalim
chhod de chhod de bas haath sitam gar mera
chhod de chhod de bas haath sitam gar mera
khaa gayi moch uee. . . meri kalaai zaalim
khaa gayi moch uee. . . meri kalaai zaalim
gori re bainyaan
naajuk kalaiyaan
gori re bainyaan
naajuk kalaiyaan
nithur piyaa ne jhakjhor daalee
nithur piyaa ne jhakjhor daalee
baanke sainyaan ne bainyaan marod daalee
baanke sainyaan ne bainyaan marod daalee
baanke sainyaan ne bainyaan marod daalee

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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बाँके सैंय्या ने बैंय्या मरोड़ डाली
बाँके सैंय्या ने बैंय्या मरोड़ डाली
लिपट लिपट चूड़ियाँ
लिपट लिपट चूड़ियाँ तोड़ डाली
बाँके सैंय्या ने बैंय्या मरोड़ डाली
बाँके सैंय्या॰ ॰ ॰
गोरी रे बैंय्या
नाजुक कलईंय्या
गोरी रे बैंय्या
नाजुक कलईंय्या
निठुर पिया ने झकझोर डाली
निठुर पिया ने झकझोर डाली
बाँके सैंय्या ने बैंय्या मरोड़ डाली

मैं ना मानूँगी मचाऊंगी दुहाई ज़ालिम
मैं ना मानूँगी मचाऊंगी दुहाई ज़ालिम
मुझको भाती नहीं ये तेरी (??) ज़ालिम
मुझे भाती नहीं ये तेरी (??) ज़ालिम
छोड़ छोड़ दे छोड़ दे बस हाथ सितमगर मेरा
छोड़ छोड़ दे छोड़ दे बस हाथ सितमगर मेरा
खा गई मोच ऊई॰ ॰ ॰ मेरी कलाई ज़ालिम
खा गई मोच ऊई॰ ॰ ॰ मेरी कलाई ज़ालिम
नाजुक कलईंय्या
गोरी रे बैंय्या
नाजुक कलईंय्या
निठुर पिया ने झकझोर डाली
निठुर पिया ने झकझोर डाली
बाँके सैंय्या ने बैंय्या मरोड़ डाली
बाँके सैंय्या ने बैंय्या मरोड़ डाली
बाँके सैंय्या ने बैंय्या मरोड़ डाली

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4 Responses to "Baanke Sainyyaan Ne Bainyyaan Marod Daali"

I. Cannot tell who the singer is but the voice, the style and accent are distinctly different from those of Khursheed Bano. It is more Bengali than Muslim. Vasishtha

Listening to this song and comparing the voice to that of Khursheed Bano in her other movies (viz Bhakt Surdas), the voice sounds similar to Khursheed Bano to me.

This film was of early years of Khursheed Bano’s career as singer-actor when her voice had not become as refined as in the 40s. If one listens to her songs in ‘Sipahi Salar’ (1936) and then jump to listen to her song in ‘Aap Ki Marzi’ (1939), one can observe that Khursheed Bano was slowly graduating to her familiar voice of the 40s. For me, the voice in this song appears to be that of Khursheed Bano.

The playback singing was just evolving in 1935-36. In most of the films of that period, it was only the actors who were also singing for themselves. Since Khursheed Bano acted in ‘Kimiagar’ (1936), one can also assumed that this song was sung by her.

By the way, the film’s director Nagendra Majumdar was the father of music director Ninu Majumdar.

To me it sounds unmistakably Khursheed.
Who is this Vijay Kumar>>never heard
Mir Saheb>>
Zeenat (1945)
Pukar (1939)
Lal Haveli (1944)
Main Hari (1940)
Phir Milenge (1942)

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