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Hum Ko Tumse Ho Gaya Hai Pyaar Kya Karen

Posted on: May 9, 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.

एक गाना सुना होगा – “बड़ा ही CID है वो नीली छतरी वाला, हर ताले की चाबी रखता हर चाबी का ताला”॰ अपने blog पर भी है॰ लगता है अब इस गाने को थोड़ा बदलना पड़ेगा, ऐसे – “बड़े ही CID हैं, ये अतुल गैंग के मेम्बर्स, गाना guess करने में हैं अव्वल नंबर”॰ काश, लेकिन नहीं, अभी ये गाना blog पर नहीं है॰  🙂

(You must have heard the song – “Badaa Hi CID Hai Wo Neeli Chhatri Waala”.  It is on our blog.  Seems as if this song needs to be modified.  Like This – “Bade Hi CID Hain, Ye Atul Gang Ke Members, Gaana Guess Karne Mein Hain Awwal Number”.  Sorry, this one is not yet on the blog).

Earlier in the morning yesterday, an email from Avinash ji landed in the mailbox.  It started off with the phrase “saari kadiyaan judti nazar aa rahi hain” (all the links seem to be falling in place) – sounding very ominous and very much in line with the gangland traditions, NA Ansaari and the Mastermind.  The fun part is that the gang members have been on this secret mission for some days now.  They have been chipping away at the “cloak of mystery”, and have been quite successful at getting to the right answer – the song for this special post.

Ah yes, the special post.  ‘11111’.  ‘Paanch Ikkey’. ‘Five Aces’.  Now that is a lot to chew on as food for thought – five digits, all aces.  I believe, in terms of being lucky, it simply does not get any better.  In a game of cards, max one can be is four aces. But here, we have achieved five.  As I said, it just does not get any better with being in luck.

Yes, this unique post number has generated a lot of interesting conversation and a lot of very exacting ideas.  The story will be quite scrambled before it becomes unscrambled.  And much to my delightful surprise, I made a discovery in the sequence history of posts – a discovery that tells me that there is something at work in this blog, that goes much beyond the human efforts we put in.  I will reveal it shortly, in a later paragraph.

As we were closing in on the eleven thousandth milestone, a little rumbling was heard about this ‘Paach Ikkey’.  Going beyond the next milestone from 11K (i.e. 11k 100) I think it was Avinash ji, or Mahesh ji who pointed out that after the 11K milestone, we have a very unique number approaching – 11111.  Now we are all very familiar with three aces and four aces. When I say all, I mean all those who are card players of any ilk, will be familiar with these ideas.  Coming to think of it, being part of the Mastermind’s gang, my presumption is that all gang members are card sharps of repute.  One can even single out our special agent, ‘Déjà vu 007‘, and his famous escapades at the Casino Royale in Monaco.  And I am sure all other agents in the gang have also had their share of card sharping on the occasion of Laxmi Poojan, the celebrations of the Goddess of Wealth.  But I will take up that in detail some other time.

As this idea settled in, Atul ji reminded me of a message from Mahesh ji a while back, telling about the one unique song which has together the voices of three stalwart singers of the golden era of the Hindi film song.  We agreed that this song should be the ‘Five Aces’ song.  That was a little over a month ago, on 3rd April.  Now started the sometimes apparent and sometime covert operation of bringing in together the number of songs of these singers to coincide their century milestones.  Some hints were available in between, but at that time we were too far off from the milestone to catch the attention.

But the singers apart, I am very sure everyone must also be wondering – how does Amitabh Bachchan fit into this scheme.  Ah ha, so that is the one trick that the cat did not teach the lion.  (I am sure all are familiar with the famous fable, where in the lion goes to his mausi (aunt), the cat, and requests her to be his teacher and mentor.  The mausi teaches him many tricks and capabilities.  One day, the lion turns on his teacher, and chases her to make a meal for the day.  The cat runs and nimbly climbs a tree, while the awe struck lion is huffing and puffing at the base of the tree, watching her climb the branches with his jaw hanging with surprise.  He asks her, how come she did not teach him to climb the trees.  ‘Job Security’, she replied. 😀 😀

So coming back to how does Amitabh B fits into this scheme.  Well, as the thoughts about the ‘Five Aces’ milestone were rumbling in my mind, I was kind of not satisfied with the fact that we planned to post a unique song for three stalwart singers singing together.  Come on, we are on to ‘Five Aces’, and so we should try to get five major milestones together.  I started to exlore for other options, by reviewing the artists’ stats page.  It became quickly evident that this song is really the closest and the best option.  Then I started to look at the other artists connected with this song.  And got a direct hit almost immediately.  Although Anand Bakshi, the lyricist was still some way off from a century milestone, we found that the music director Laxmikant Pyaarelal was close enough to be the fourth ace. Now the posting plan was becoming really focused, with getting the three singing voices and the music director to the century milestone.

The day of  April 3rd needs to be remembered.  Atul ji and I were very busy on email back and forth that day.  After agreeing to bring together the three stalwart singers, it was on this day itself that we identified Laxmikant Pyaarelal as the fourth ace.  That done, I was still not satisfied.  So I started to review the actors data.  And that is where Amitabh B now came in.  This is the trick that we “cats” have up our sleeves.  Keeping the detailed data also means that we have data on the actors appearances in the posted songs.  That info is not yet posted on the blog.  So you see, how well the cat’s response of ‘Job Security’ fits into this episode. 😀 😀

So when I pulled out the data for Amitabh, he was not at all close to a century milestone.  In fact we still needed about 30 more of his appearances to make a milestone.  At first, Atul ji was very apprehensive.  He said – not doable.  His exact words were “. . .out of question”.  We were still about a hundred songs away from the ‘Five Aces’. He said doing 30 songs, and that too for an actor, will be too tall an order.  If it were a singer, lyricist or a music director, then we could try, but not with an actor.  It took some back and forth cajoling and convincing, and finally he agreed.  I felt he had agreed, but he was not convinced.  That is the time I suggested we will also do some of his songs from his recent films.  And an idea was born to talk about his recent films and career phase, as opposed to talking about his films and songs from the 1970s and 80s, that most of us are more familiar with. I started to post that series. But I could make out that he was nervous.  To the extent that he started to post Amitabh songs in a hurry and a flurry.  Getting to the point when on some days he posted two and even three Amitabh songs in a single day.  Gang members started to raise eyebrows and started to query and comment – what is the big Amitabh event in the offing.  Alas, but in the absence of actor’s data, no one could get to the correct guess.

Anyway, that then rounded up our five aces. So the current tally for this spectacular milestone today, is as follows,

Mohammed Rafi              –              2400
Kishore Kumar                 –              900
Mukesh                              –              700
Laxmi-Pyaare                   –              600
Amitabh Bachchan          –              200

Gosh, what a spectacular confluence this milestone has accomplished.  It is for the first time that we have so many century celebrations converge concurrently.  And the planning and execution for this journey is as interesting as the milestone itself.  Atul ji and I had to keep a very close watch as the numbers progressed, to make sure that none of the 5 artist overstepped the 99 mark.  Many regular contributors have been at the receiving end of this strategy, as we continued to hold back songs sent in to us, which could effect the numbers for individual artists.  Sincere apologies to all, for this seemingly neglectful behavior on our part, but as explained, it is all part of a bigger design.

In fact I myself was very close to upsetting the apple cart (or the songs bandwagon 🙂 ).  I prepared a post, and was working on it online on the blog.  This post is part of my series of sales pitch songs.  In between I took a break for other things, and then returned to complete it.  I found it to be locked by Atul ji.  I was surprised.  This had never happened before.  Why is that Atul ji is blocking a post?  Suddenly it struck me, and I went to my email inbox.  Sure enough, there was a message from Atul ji, sitting there, telling me of the issue with the post.  Actually, the song I was going to post includes the voice of Rafi.  If it had got published then our scorecard for ‘Five Aces’ would have been topsy turvy.  So, saved in the nick of the time by a diligent boss ;).

As we progressed, we actually hit two other milestones. Both were on our initial list of consideration for the ’Five Aces’.  We made it to the 300th song for music director Chitragupt on 23rd April (“Kaahe Baansuriya Bajaule”, ‘Ganga Maiya Tohe Piyari Chadaibo’, 1962) and also to the 600th song for music director duo Shankar Jaikishan on 26th April (“Chalo Bhool Jaayen Jahaan Ko Yahaan Do Ghadi”, ‘Do Jhooth’,1975).

Is there another thing to add?  Maybe.  Ok yes. One more thing to add.  Ek film ka naam yaad aata hai  (I am reminded of a film name) –  ‘Bhai Ho To Aisa’ (1972).  Now we should have another film ‘Behan Ho To Aisi’.  In the back and forth guessing game that has been going on between the gang members, it is Khyati Ben who has also been tracking the number of posts by yours truly.  Yes, I make it to a personal century milestone today, reaching 900 posts.  Once again, when we started discussing the ‘Five Aces’ target, I mentioned to Atul ji that I would like to take a shot at reaching the 900 mark.  I was still more than 25 posts away. Atul ji’s first reaction was to express apprehension that I may be taking up a target much too ambitious. But then I promised him that I will do better than usual.  It has been hectic as usual on the personal and work fronts, with an unplanned travel thrown in by the circumstances, for good measure.  I have been pegging away at it. I know that the pace of reaching this milestone has been slower than how Atul ji would have liked to push it.  And I thank him with sincere emotions, for the patience and the latitude that he has allowed me.  That also meant delaying lyrics and posts by other gang members, but he allowed me to plan it my way, and do it.  It has meant quite a string of late nights for me, but the run has been worth all the effort put in.  In fact, I was working on this post last night, but after 1 am my time, I just could not keep up, and had to crash.  And with the daytime and all its distractions, I have been delayed further, more than I had planned.  A part of this post is being worked on in the car, as I am traveling with mom to visit her sister in Gurgaon (a satellite town a little distance away from Delhi).  My Mausi has undergone surgery to install a pacemaker, and today’s family visit has been overdue for some days now.

But I am digressing.  Back to, yes, I was writing about Khyati Ben. Thank you for keeping track of my personal progress.  Ah yes, that is what the good teachers do, right?  I hope my latest homework assignment is up to the mark. 🙂

And now about the startling discovery. Just on another thought, as I am writing this piece, I went back to the songs with post nos. with all ‘1’s. And what I discover is nothing less than providential. And by providential, I mean something that simply cannot be attributed to coincidence.  The post no. ‘1’  is “Miley Na Phool To Kaanton Se Dosti Kar Li” from ‘Anokhi Raat’ (1968).  Then after nine songs, at post number ‘11’ we have “Mere Mehboob Qayaamat Hogi” from “Mr X In Bombay” (1964).  Then at post no. ’111’ appears the song “Darpan Ko Dekha, Tu Ne Jab Jab Kiya Singaar” from film ‘Upaasna’ (1971). Jumping ahead to post no. ‘1111’, we find the song “Tera Mera Saath Rahe” from the film ‘Saudagar’ (1973).  Note the singers – the first song is a solo by Rafi Sb, the second is a solo by Kishore Kumar, the third is a solo by Mukesh, and the fourth is a solo by Lata Mangeshkar.  Exactly the four singers whose voices appear in this song, which is at ‘11111’.  If this is coincidence, then it must be the most fantastic coincidence that I have ever come across. And if this is planning, then all hats off to Atul ji, what fantastic planning. But if it is neither, then there must a natural design to things that falls in place without our contributing anything to it.  Simply unbelievable.

‘Amar Akbar Anthony’ – what to write about this iconic film from 1977.  The siblings lost and found formula, with all ingredients that ensure pure entertainment.  One of the kind of films, after seeing which, the exiting crowd would comment – “Paisa Vasool Hai Bhai” (it was worth the money spent).  With three pairs of romances to handle, personal animosities going back to decades between Kishanlal (role played by Pran) and Robert (role played by Jeevan), a family disrupted and separated, the separate ways they go make a solid integration for a communal and social harmony theme – all wonderfully spun together at a pace that is just right – slow enough to allow every moment to be enjoyed, and fast enough to make you miss the bloopers.  There is enough cliché emotions thrown in – all three sons together giving blood to their (temporarily) blind mother in the hospital, with no one wiser about the actual relationships; father, on the wrong side of the law, encountering his police officer son digging up the toy pistol he had buried twenty years earlier; and more.  And there is more than enough comic situations that keep the watching moments alive.  Of course the Big B taking the cake with his on screen performance of the song – “My Name Is Anthony Gonsalves”.

But besides all these, the thing to write home about is the songs and the music of this film.  Practically all the songs became popular hits.  And for the sentimentalists amongst the lovers, this song was created.  When we talk about the short and sweet of the sentiments expressing love for one another, no song does it better than the timeless and peerless icon from ‘Shri 420’ (1954), which simply says, “Ramaiya VastaVaiya, Main Ne Dil Tujhko Diya”.  In my humble opinion, no other song expresses this emotion better.

But as I listen to this song, I feel we are not too far.  Listening to this song, one gets a rising feeling in the heart, as the lines play themselves out.  It is the limitless submission promised in the words “Bolo To Jiyen, Bolo To Mar Jaayen”, that bunches up the emotions in the heart and bring it into a lump in the throat –

Love for you has happened in me
(I am all yours now)
Tell me, and I will even end my life at your bidding

Simple words, beautifully strung together, and tuned to such a pleasing melody. It  simply cannot be bettered.  We have Kishore Kumar singing for Amitabh Bachchan, Mukesh singing for Vinod Khanna, Rafi Sb singing for Rishi Kapoor (mind you, the youngest of the lot 🙂 ), and Lata Mangeshkar has given her voice to all the three ladies – Parveen Babi, Shabana Azmi and Neetu Singh.

The song is picturized in three parts.  There is exuberance and energy in the first part, with Amitabh taking the lead with his antics.  The time was when in the early 70s, the tall fellow did not know what to do with his height, as he tried to act romantic. But by mid 1970s, he had quite a handle on how to leverage his height to his advantage.  As is apparent from the calisthenics one sees in this song. He is no more conscious of his height, and takes the situation in his stride, quite literally.

The second part is the calm and reserved Vinod Khanna and Shabana Azmi, both trying to find ways to express themselves beyond the bashfulness that is innate to this scene.  And the sentiments are further heightened by the voice of Mukesh that plays in this segment.  And the third part is playful naughtiness personified in Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Singh.  The scene is played out in a toy train for children, although the antics of the two main players are anything but childish.

A love song that I believe one cannot get tired of.  And a love song that I very humbly dedicate to our entire Atuldom gang, all the way from the Mastermind to Peevesie, to each and every one of you,

Humko Tumse Ho Gaya Hai Pyaar Kya Karen. . .

‘11111’ – ‘Five Aces’ – cannot be any more true than this, cannot be any more lucky than this. 🙂


Song – Hum Ko Tumse Ho Gaya Hai Pyaar Kya Karen (Amar Akbar Anthony) (1977) Singer – Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar, Mukesh, Mohammed Rafi, Lyrics – Anand Bakshi, MD – Laxmikant Pyaarelal
Kishore Kumar + Lata Mangeshkar
Mukesh + Lata Mangeshkar
Mohammed Rafi + Lata Mangeshkar
Chorus

Lyrics

dekh ke tum ko
dil dolaa hai
God promise
hum sach bola hai
o humko tumse
ho gaya hai pyaar kya karen
bolo to jiyen
bolo to mar jaayen
humko tumse
ho gaya hai pyaar kya karen
bolo to jiyen
bolo to mar jaayen
humko tumse
ho gaya hai pyaar kya karen
bolo to jiyen
bolo to mar jaayen
humko tumse
ho gaya hai pyaar kya karen

aaaaa
aaaaaa aaaaa aaaa
aaaa
aaaaaa aaaaa aaaa
aaaaa
aaaaaa aaaaa aaaa
aaaa
aaaaaa aaaaa aaaa

kabhi bolun main
kabhi boley tu
i love you
love you love you
o love you
i love you
love you love you
maine tum pe
tumne mujh pe kar diya jaadu
i love you
love you love you
i love you
ab tak chhupaaye rakha
shola dabaaye rakha
ab tak chhupaaye rakha
shola dabaaye rakha
raaz ye hamne
ab khola hai
God promise
hum sach bola hai
o humko tumse
ho gaya hai pyaar kya karen
bolo to jiyen
bolo to mar jaayen
humko tumse
ho gaya hai pyaar kya karen

hmmm mmmm mmmm
mmmm mmmm
humko tumse
ho gaya hai pyaar kya karen
bolo to jiyen
bolo to mar jaayen
humko tumse
ho gaya hai pyaar kya karen

tere sang jeevan ki dor bandhi hai
chup chup sang dolun
tere sang jeevan ki dor bandhi hai
(kaise main ye bolun)
main sapnon ka saagar
tu prem nadi hai
ab tak chhupaaye rakha
shola dabaaye rakha
ab tak chhupaaye rakha
shola dabaaye rakha
chaand chakori
jyun duniya mein
Ram kasam tu
rahe jiya mein
humko tumse
ho gaya hai pyaar kya karen
bolo to jiyen
bolo to mar jaayen
humko tumse
ho gaya hai pyaar kya karen

dil mein dilbar
tu rehta hai
khuda gawaah hum
sach kehta hai
humko tumse
ho gaya hai pyaar kya karen
bolo to jiyen
bolo to mar jaayen
humko tumse
ho gaya hai pyaar kya karen

ek to akbar ka kalaam
us mein shaamil tera naam
do lafzon mein karta hoon
mukhtsar kissa tamaam
main shaayar hoon
mera hai waasta haseenon se
teri furqat mein main soya nahin maheenon se
nahin karte ye baaten parda’nasheenon se
sar e bazaar chhodo chhed mehjabeenon
hey ab tak chhupaaye rakha
shola dabaaye rakha
ab tak chhupaaye rakha
shola dabaaye rakha
husn hamesha
rootha rehta hai
khuda gawaah hum
sach kehta hai
humko tumse
ho gaya hai pyaar kya karen
bolo to jiyen
bolo to mar jaayen

humko tumse
ho gaya hai pyaar kya karen
bolo to jiyen
bolo to mar jaayen

humko tumse
ho gaya hai pyaar kya karen
bolo to jiyen
bolo to mar jaayen

humko tumse
ho gaya hai pyaar kya karen

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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देख के तुमको
दिल डोला है
गॉड प्रॉमिस
हम सच बोला है
ओ हमको तुमसे
हो गया है प्यार क्या करें
बोलो तो जीएं
बोलो तो मर जाएँ
हमको तुमसे
हो गया है प्यार क्या करें
बोलो तो जीएं
बोलो तो मर जाएँ
हमको तुमसे
हो गया है प्यार क्या करें
बोलो तो जीएं
बोलो तो मर जाएँ
हमको तुमसे
हो गया है प्यार क्या करें

आsss
आsss आsss आss
आsss
आsss आsss आss
आsss
आsss आsss आss
आsss
आsss आsss आss

कभी बोलूँ मैं
कभी बोले तू
आई लव यू
लव यू लव यू
ओ लव यू
आई लव यू
लव यू लव यू
मैंने तुम पर
तुमने मुझ पर कर दिया जादू
आई लव यू
लव यू लव यू
आई लव यू
अब तक छुपाए रक्खा
शोला दबाये रक्खा
अब तक छुपाए रक्खा
शोला दबाये रक्खा
राज़ ये हमने
अब खोला है
गॉड प्रॉमिस
हम सच बोला है
ओ हमको तुमसे
हो गया है प्यार क्या करें
बोलो तो जीएं
बोलो तो मर जाएँ
हमको तुमसे
हो गया है प्यार क्या करें

हम्ममम मम्ममम मम्ममम
मम्ममम मम्ममम
हमको तुमसे
हो गया है प्यार क्या करें
बोलो तो जीएं
बोलो तो मर जाएँ
हमको तुमसे
हो गया है प्यार क्या करें

तेरे संग जीवन की डोर बंधी है
चुप चुप संग डोलूँ
तेरे संग जीवन की डोर बंधी है
(कैसे मैं ये बोलूँ)
मैं सपनों का सागर
तू प्रेम नदी है
अब तक छुपाए रक्खा
शोला दबाये रक्खा
अब तक छुपाए रक्खा
शोला दबाये रक्खा
चाँद चकोरी
ज्यों दुनिया में
राम कसम तू
रहे जिया में
हमको तुमसे
हो गया है प्यार क्या करें
बोलो तो जीएं
बोलो तो मर जाएँ
हमको तुमसे
हो गया है प्यार क्या करें

दिल में दिलबर
तू रहता है
खुदा गवाह हम
सच कहता है
हमको तुमसे
हो गया है प्यार क्या करें
बोलो तो जीएं
बोलो तो मर जाएँ
हमको तुमसे
हो गया है प्यार क्या करें

एक तो अकबर का कलाम
उसमे शामिल तेरा नाम
दो लफ्जों में करता हूँ
मुख्तसर किस्सा तमाम
मैं शायर हूँ
मेरा है वास्ता हसीनों से
तेरी फुरक़त में मैं सोया नहीं महीनों से
नहीं करते ये बातें पर्दानशीनों से
सर ए बाज़ार छोड़ो छेड़ माहजबीनों से
हे अब तक छुपाए रक्खा
शोला दबाये रक्खा
अब तक छुपाए रक्खा
शोला दबाये रक्खा
हुस्न हमेशा
रूठा रहता है
खुदा गवाह हम
सच कहता है
हमको तुमसे
हो गया है प्यार क्या करें
बोलो तो जीएं
बोलो तो मर जाएँ

हमको तुमसे
हो गया है प्यार क्या करें
बोलो तो जीएं
बोलो तो मर जाएँ

हमको तुमसे
हो गया है प्यार क्या करें
बोलो तो जीएं
बोलो तो मर जाएँ

हमको तुमसे
हो गया है प्यार क्या करें

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19 Responses to "Hum Ko Tumse Ho Gaya Hai Pyaar Kya Karen"

Congratulations to all on this resounding success. I know everyone has been waiting for this post with bated breath.

I love the movie, love this song.

thandapani is garampani to have grab the coveted first spot of the post immersing everyone else in hot water!!! Great Vigil.

Just lucky. 🙂 There were others who were watching the spot. I am a fast reader also 🙂

Atul ji, Sudhir ji and all others.

A very unique song for a unique number (11,111)
Many many CONGRATULATIONS to all.
Am I the first to hop in on the comments carnival of this unique post.?

oops…..missed by a millisecond I suppose. 🙂

Hullo atulji,sudhirji
Congrats on song number 11111
I had told peevesie this will bring up numbers for LP Mukesh Rafi & Kishore

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL !!!!!!!

Wow!!!
The wait was totally worth it!!!
This is one of my favourite songs of the 70s – SO full of fun.

And what a fantastic write-up, Sudhirji.

And an amazing build-up for the 11,111th song!!!

Words fail me to express how you must have worked on this entire plan from 3rd April onwards!!! That’s 39 days!!! In a way, it reminds me of 39 Steps, the Hitchcock film. 🙂

Anyway, this whole build-up is just awesome. LIke you say so well, the journey is itself so meaningful and enjoyable that things begin to happen. Otherwise, to get Amitabh to 200 – and to get yourself to 900 – is one hell of a fantastic feat!!!

Congratulations on your 900th. Now we wait for Post Box No. 999 and then the magical 1000. 🙂

Once again, thank you for a fantastic post.

Ok, not 39 days (I got a bit too excited) – but hey, who’s counting! 🙂

@ Sudhir ji – Congratulations on your 900th post. Thanks for this very very special post and this special song for us.
This song bring back memories and is one of our favorite from those years.
For the people of 70s like me this film also is a very special and nostalgic.
Manmohan Desai had four films that year in 1977 – ‘Chacha Bhatija’, ‘Dharam Veer’, ‘Parvarish’ and ‘Amar Akbar Anrthony’. Except ‘Parvarish’ we watched all the films then, and ‘Parvarish’ I got to watch later on TV.
thanks !!
‘Boss’ ko bhi bahot bahot Thanks !!

Sudhirji badhai ho on 900th post and this big, biggest milestone!

What a wonderful post! I remember singing this song with my cousins when I was small. We used to have lots of fun singing it.
You have worked very hard for the ‘five aces’. Simply amazing!

Congratulations to Atul and Sudhirji for this spectacular post, which also came as a big surprise to me!
Looking forward to the next milestone
AND
a deep heartfelt thank you for the great work on this blog!

11111 ke baad ki pehli subah sabhi ko Mubarak … Good morning …!!!
Waakayi …badi haseen raat thhi…
( as usual subah 5:36 par uttte hi blog check kiya, phir socha ke abhi aur members ko aane do ….par ‘good morning’ kahe bina kaise koi jagega … 🙂

Atul ji, Sudhir ji,

Super congratulations on the occasion of the conjunction of super centuries and for 11111th song on the Blog. These centuries of the stars (Sudhir ji included) are not less than the rare constellation of stars in the celestial world.

Atul ji, Sudhir ji,

HEARTIEST CONGRATULATIONS for posting this Magic Number Song.

I slept at about 1020 pm or so. I was feeling that after 11 pm this song will be posted,but it was impossible for me to keep awake,having sacrificed the afternoon siesta waiting for the song,along with other members of the Gang.

It is not important whether the song was 11111 th song or not, what is important is the kind of love the Blog has created in our hearts. Each one feels that it is ‘our ‘ Blog. The credit for generating this ‘apnapan ‘and Love in our heart goes squarely to ATUL ji,whose contribution in this unprecedented number is the Biggest !

It is one thing to run a Blog. Some people do it for their own satisfaction and say so openly too,some people do it for adding to their qualifications, and some more do it to spend extra free time.

Atul ji is not one of these. He has been developing this Blog not only to enjoy old songs himself but also to make this Blog as Unique as possible,in terms of availability of old songs,information,which is highly credible about film related personalities and providing Lyrics in English and Hindi too.

He is achieving this successfully as he has been instrumental in building a team of dedicated contributors and well wishers (may not contribute posts,but help otherwise in providing material,and overall commenting and doing a voluntary checking of the Blog entries etc). This needs a good Leadership,which Atul ji has in good quantity.

Sudhir ji has been a stellar contributor and a great,active
,enthusiastic,popular and highly knowledgeable member.

I am happy that I am associated with this Blog since last few years and wish the Blog many many more Landmarks in future.

Congratulations once again to Atul ji,Sudhir jee and all others who made this possible.

-AD

Hear, hear! Very well said, Arunji! You speak on behalf of all of us – indeed, if this blog exists today in this form, it is entirely due to Atul’s perseverance and efforts. It always amazes me how he has managed to keep this up, day in and day out. Without ANY compromise on quality and rigour. On the contrary, only adding new features all the time.

The most touching part of this particular post for me was Sudhirji talking about how he was working on this post – even typing in his car, because he had go someplace else. This just shows Sudhirji’s commitment and love too, for the blog.

It is this love that makes us all assemble here, waiting eagerly for songs to appear on the blog, sharing our thoughts, pulling each other’s leg.

This blog is so much more than just a song blog for all of us. 🙂

So, finally the magical “paanch ikke” blog par aa hi gaye. Congratulations to Atulji and all his WWW family on reaching these milestones.
Sudhirbhai, Badhaayi ho aapko bhi. 900 posts by a single person!! (Of course our dear Atulji is the leader in this category). Perfect song you both have selected for this celebration. Hum sabhi Atulites yahin to gaate hai Atulji aur is blog ke liye… “Hum ko tum se ho gaya hai pyaar kya kare…”
I totally agree with Arunji that “It is not important whether the song was 11111 th song or not, what is important is the kind of love the Blog has created in our hearts. Each one feels that it is ‘our ‘ Blog. The credit for generating this ‘apnapan ‘and Love in our heart goes squarely to ATUL ji,whose contribution in this unprecedented number is the Biggest !”
It’s a pride to be part of this blog. Thanks to Atulji for creating this blog through which we all are connected by the BOND OF LOVE.
Love and regards
Khyati

Sudhirji,
Mohammed Rafi – 2400 (balance 2,116)
Kishore Kumar – 900 (balance 1,748)
Mukesh – 700(100 plus)
Laxmi-Pyaare – 600(Balance 2,117+)
Amitabh Bachchan – 200(Balance 340+)
Sudhirji – 900 (Balance infinity)
Making up 6 aces

11111 >Train Suhasan Express hurtling to yet another milestone. On to 22,222, 33,333…..77,777 that should cover all the songs

We had missed celebrating on 1, 11, 111, 1111 milestones which by the way is known as a recursive sequence with a geometric pattern in Mathematics.
11,111 > It was worth the wait. The regulars were keeping day and night(Khyatiben..she may be bleary-eyed by now) vigil reaching the crescendo.shy of midnight.

Atul ji, Sudhir ji,

Congratulations on 11,111th song………

Congratulations on your 11111 (five aces) post!!
Sorry for reading it a month and half late !
As I had mentioned to you Sudhir ji that one day I will have to do a marathon sitting and today was the day!!
Amazing – all the planning and effort that went into this perfect milestone post !

Sometimes when you cannot explain how these things happen, how everything falls into place, I get reminded of a Shakespearean quote:
“There are more things in Heaven and Earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.”
― William Shakespeare, Hamlet

Great accomplishment – Keep it up and All the Best !

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This blog discusses Bollywood songs of yesteryears. Every song has a brief description, followed by a video link, and complete lyrics of the song.

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