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Main ik chhoti si chingaari

Posted on: May 31, 2015


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“Laadli”(1949) was directed by J P Advani. The movie had Jairaj, Sulochana Chatterjee, Randhir, Ramesh Sinha, Kuldip Kaur etc. in it.

Hardly any details were available on this movie till the songs of this movie were discussed in this blog, when we became aware of the details of this movie, thans to Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh, our beloved inhouse encyclopaedia. Here is what he has to say about “Laadli”(1949).

Film Ladli-49 was Directed by J.P.Advani-Jagatrai Perumal Advani-,who was born on 17-5-1903, in Hyderabad (Sindh). His first film as a Director was heer Ranjha-1931 and the last was Haseena-55. He directed about 30 films in his career.

LADLI-49 was a Variety Pictures film and the cast was Jairaj,Sulochana Chatterjee,Randhir,Ramesh Sinha,Kuldip kaur etc.

This film must have been inspired by a Mills and Boon romantic novel, surely.

Gerald Mills and Charles Boon, a publishing company established in 1908, started publishing romantic novels from 1930. These were Escapist fiction fodder for women and soon became famous all over the continent of America and in all countries where the British ruled. In India too they were/are popular and were the bases for many many films. Though low brow and formulaic as well as predictable, these novels have a guaranteed readership all over the world.( Even I have read few novels and liked them !). It proved to be the Food -Delicious for the dreamers among men and women.

One such dreamer was Ladli ( Sulochana Chatterjee ). Though she was Shanti by name, she was Ladli for everyone. Having lost her parents, she was living with her Uncle. They both worked in the local stageplays in theatre.Ladli always dreamed of her ” Prince Charming” who came on a white Horse and carried her in his arms to a faroff heaven.
One day the wicked manager of the Thatre calls Ladli to his room and tried to be fresh with her. Hearing her shrieks, her uncle Ramlal (Ramesh Sinha) rushes in and saves her but they lose their Job and House.

They have to leave the town and go to the village for work. In the city they meet a tramp, Sharat Chandra,who is seeking a job. they get along fine with each others.

Actually Sharat chandra (Jairaj) is a millionaire,out in disguise to collect material for his drama to be staged shortly. In due course Ladli realises that Sharat is her prince Charming and he too loves her.

After few days Sharat has to leave them, but he promises to come back to marry her. Sharat is already engaged to Shobha (Kuldeel Kaur) and is to marry her soon.

Of late Shobha doubts something and then finds out about Ladli. She meets Ladli and offers her lot of money to forget Sharat,otherwise…. she even threatens her.

On the day of Shobha’s marriage with Sharat, a surprise occurs. Sharat finds Ladli,instead of Shobha as his Bride. Shobha sacrifices for the sake of true love.

Thus finally Ladli gets her Prince Charming !

Three songs from “Laadli”(1949) have been discussed in the past.

Today (31 may 2015) is the death anniversary of Anil Biswas. Here is a song from “Laadli”(1949) as a tribute. This song is sung by Meena Kapoor. S H Bihari is the lyricist. Music is composed by Anil Biswas.


Song-Main ik chhoti si chingaari (Laadli)(1949) Singer-Meena Kapoor, Lyrics-S H Bihari, MD-Anil Biswas

Lyrics

Ik chhoti si chingaari
main ik chhoti si chingaari
ik chingaari
main ik choti si chingari
machalti hoon hawaaon mein
machalti hoon hawaaon mein
hamaari har ada pyaari
hamaari har ada nyaari
main ik chhoti si chingaari
ik chhoti si chingaari
main ik chhoti si chingaari

hazaaron chaahne waale hamaare
gird firte hain
kayi aise bhi hain
sau ?? jeete aur marte hain
kayi aise bhi hain
sau ?? jeete aur marte hain
hazaaron chaahne waale
hamaare gird firte hain
kisi ka dard lekar
kisi ka dard lekar
kyun banoon main ek dukhiyaari
banoon main ek dukhiyaari
main ik chhoti si chingaari
ik chhoti si chingaari
main ik chhoti si chingaari

shama bankar mujhe
mehfil mein yoon jalna nahin aata
kisi ki yaad mein ??
rona nahin aata
kisi ki yaad mein ??
rona nahin aata
shama bankar mujhe
mehfil mein yoon jalna nahin aata
mohabbat jisko kehte hain
mohabbat jisko kehte hain
wo hai ek aam beemaari
wo hai ek aam beemaari
main ik chhoti si chingaari
ik chhoti si chingaari
main ik chhoti si chingari
machalti hoon hawaaon mein
machalti hoon hawaaon mein
hamaari har ada pyaari
hamaari har ada nyaari
main ik chhoti si chingaari
ik chhoti si chingaari
main ik choti si chingaari

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2 Responses to "Main ik chhoti si chingaari"

The word after ‘sau’I could hear is ‘baar’ and the one after ‘yaad mein’ is’kho kar’in my hearing.

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