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Tumse ho gaya pyaar

Posted on: May 29, 2015


This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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 VELVET MAGIC- TALAT DUETS….Song No. 2
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Today’s song is a duet of Talat and Lata, from the film ‘Meharbani-50’. The film makes a debut on the Blog with this song.

The Music Director of this film was HAFIZ KHAN. Now, this name is a case of “Same Name Confusion” with many people. There were Two composers of the same name, active in the same time period. There was one Hafiz Khan singer, who was given the nick name of Mastana by his senior Meer Sahib. Hafiz Khan Mastana was essentially a singer. He sang in Hindi films from 1938 to 1959 in over 100 films singing about 200 songs, according to one source. He also gave music to 24 Hindi films, from 1940 to 1952. He also acted in 5 films.

The Music Director Hafiz Khan of today’s song, was a trained expert Sarangiya (Sarangi Player) from Lahore. His first film as a composer was Zeenat-1945. The other composers with him here were Meer Sahib and Rafiq Gaznavi. This film’s music became famous because of the First ever All female qawali “Aahen na bhari,shikwe na kiye” in it. Hafiz Khan had also composed 4 melodious songs in this film. He gave music to Zeenat-45, Humjoli-46, Meharbani-50, Lakeeren-54, Mera salaam-57 and his last film Shareef Daku-60.

The composer Hafiz Khan and the singer – composer-actor Hafiz Khan Mastana were two different persons.

Talat Mehmood came to Bombay from Calcutta along with others like K L Sahgal, Prithviraj Kapoor, Kidar Sharma and K N Singh. He was also looking for a wider market for better opportunities. Before leaving Calcutta, he sang 2 songs in film ‘Swayamsiddha’-49. In Bombay, Talat stayed with a relative and used to visit many people for work. His first song in Bombay was for film “Rakhi-49″, under the baton of Husnlal-Bhagatram. The film was a flop. He got another chance with composer Vinod for his film ‘Anmol Ratan”-50. Talat sang 1 solo and 2 duets in it. Though the recordings took place before he sang for film Arzoo, the film was released late-after Arzoo.

Talat met Anil Biswas,on the advise of some friends. AB had heard his Bangla songs and was impressed. He gave him a chance in his film Arzoo-50. His solo song ” aye dil mujhe aisi jagah le chal,jahan koi na ho “, shot on Dilip Kumar became a roaring success and then there was no looking back for Talat.

This achieved two things. One- impressed with his voice and singing style,many composers called him for songs. Secondly,afraid of this new competetion,some people spread a rumour that Talat gets nervous while singing and hence his voice shakes. This created confusion and some composers backed out. Additionally,friends like Mukesh told him that this tremor in his voice was not good and he should remove it. Talat took this seriously and while doing rehearsals of songs for Tarana-51,under Anil Biswas,tried to suppress his tremor. Anil Biswas found that there was something missing in his voice and so he asked Talat what the matter was. Honestly Talat told him everything. Anil Biswas convinced him that the Tremor in his voice was his speciality,not a defect. Talat is nothing without that. hence he should not try to change his voice. Talat realised this and sang in his original voice. ( There is a song ” Bharam teri wafaaon ko”from film Armaan-52,in which composer S D Burman made Talat sing without his Tremor. This is the only song,in Bombay without his tremor,but it was done intentionally).

Very few people know that it was not just a tremor in his voice, but Talat’s whole body had a tremor. He had a habit of shaking his neck while singing. Even while speaking, his face would have minute tremors.This was perhaps a bodily defect which he had from his childhood.Talat,however,never accepted this,though it was very much evident and visible to a keen observer.

Once his Arzoo song became famous,Talat started getting songs from various composers and soon he shifted from his relative’s place to a small flat on Tulsi Pipe road,Mahim. Talat was introduced to one struggling actress Latika,who stayed nearby his house, at a party at the house of Bengali director Nitin Bose. Latika was a Christian. Soon Love bloomed and they got married,after Latika was converted to Islam and named Nasreen.

Film Meharbani was directed by a veteran, K.Amarnath. The film had 10 sweet, melodious songs. I am surprised how none of these songs appeared on this Blog so far. These songs were sung by G M Durrani,Lata,Rajkumari,Talat,Geeta and Shamshad Begum. The cast of the film was Begum Para, Ajit, Indu Pal, Rama Shukul, Cuckoo, Gope, Yaqub etc.

Let us enjoy this early duet of Talat and Lata. The song is really very melodious and sweet….

(Information used herein is from books “Aapki Parchhaiyan”and “Gaaye chala jaa”, with thanks.)


Song-Tumse ho gaya pyaar dekho kisi se kehna na (Meharbaani)(1950) Singers-Lata, Talat Mehmood, Lyrics-Khawan Zamaan, MD-Hafiz Khan
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Lyrics

Lyrics

tumse ho gaya pyaar
tumse ho gaya pyaar
dekho kisi se kehna na
haan
ye baat meri sarkaar
kisi se kehna na
ye baat meri sarkaar
kisi se kehna na
kisi se kehna na
tumse ho gaya pyaar

hanste hanste aankh mila kar ar ar ar
hanste hanste aankh mila kar ar ar ar
teer nazar ka dil par kha kar ar ar ar
teer nazar ka dil par kha kar ar ar ar
ho gaye hum beemaaar
ho gaye hum beemaar
kisi se kehna na
ye baat meri sarkaar
kisi se kehna na
kisi se kehna na
tumse ho gaya pyaar

preet kabhi chhup kar nahin rehti ee ee ee ee
preet kabhi chhup kar nahin rehti ee ee ee ee
dil ki baat nazar hai kehti ee ee ee
dil ki baat nazar hai kehti ee ee ee
ho gaye jo ikraar
ho gaye jo ikraar
kisi se kehna na
ye baat meri sarkaar
kisi se kehna na
dekho ji
kisi se kehna na
tumse ho gaya pyaar

nain se nain mila baithhe hain
nain se nain mila baithhe hain

dil se dil ko mila baithhe hain aen aen
dil se dil ko milaa baithhe hain aen aen
jeet hui ya haar
jeet hui ya haar
kisi se kehna na
ye baat meri sarkaar
kisi se kehna na
tumse ho gaya pyaar
kisi se kehna na
kisi se kehna na
tumse ho gaya pyaar

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4 Responses to "Tumse ho gaya pyaar"

Hafiz Khan>>
Zeenat (1945)
Watan (1954)
Lakeeren (1954)
Hamjoli (1946)
Mera Salaam (1957)

Khawar Zaman>>>>
Guru Ghantal (1956)
Pathan (1962)
Ro Ro Bita Jeevan Saara
Talat Mahmood Khayyam Khawar Zaman Non-Film
Nek Khatoon (1959)
Ten O Clock (1958)
Darogaji (1949)
Saara Jahan Hamara (1961)
Pyar Ki Baatein (1951)
Laalach (1960)
Khuni Khazana (1965)
Saaya (1961)
Farmaish (1953)
Ten O Clock (1958)
Zimbo Ki Beti (1959)
Pedro (1960)
Sona Chandi (1946)
Pyar Ki Mehfil Teri Sahi
Talat Mahmood Yunus Mallick Khawar Zaman Shaam-e-ghazal (Album) (2010)
Khel (1950)
Khuni Khazana (1965)

Thank you very much, Deshmukh Sir.
What a sweet song! heard it for the first time.
Avadh Lal

Excellent; I just love these oldies

Very melodic & sweet romantic duet.
Tune by Hafiz Khan is equally pleasing and lyrics simple and enjoyable.
Comments & info about song singers are added attractions.
Ty for lovely upload.

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