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Tu shaitaanon ka sardaar hai

Posted on: July 6, 2015


This article is written by Mahesh Mamadapur, 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.

Mukesh and his Composers – 3
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The off-screen romance between Dev Anand and Suraiyya was well known. On-screen, if there was any song which symbolized the relationship it was this romantic duet from Vidya 1948 sung by Mukesh and Suraiyya.

Hold on. Mukesh giving playback for Dev Anand?. Well, yes, there were 3 occasions in which this rarity occurred. A solo and a duet in Vidya and a duet in Shair with Lata under Ghulam Mohammed.

The composer who brought the romance on screen was S D Burman. The duet was a huge craze amongst young budding lovers in those days. The philosophical solo in Vidya may not be very well known. But, this beautifully written song by Yashodanandan Joshi is a pleasure to listen to with some excellent verses. The trio of Mukesh, S D Burman and Dev Anand worked only in this movie.

The next year 1949, S D Burman reinforced the Mukesh magic, this time for Dilip Kumar in Shabnam wherein Mukesh sang 3 duets with Shamshad Begum and 1 with Geeta Dutt. The year 1949 as we all know was a threshold year as far as music is concerned. It had several great composers, lyric writers and singers come together for some huge and very popular hits. And, for S D Burman to stick his neck out in this year speaks volumes of his talent which was very much evident in the latter years. The duets of Shabnam were very popular during their days. So you have 6 songs of the combo in two years.

And then there is the unfortunate and familiar story with which I have bound these three posts. S D Burman forgets Mukesh for 11 years till 1960. Not a trace in the entire fifties.

S No. Name of the song Name of the film (year of release) Co singer if any Lyricist
1 Bahe na kabhi nain se neer Vidya(1948) Yashonandan Joshi
2 Layi khushi ki duniya Vidya(1948) Suraiyya Anjum Pilibhiti
3 Tumhare liye huye badnaam Shabnam (1949) Shamshad Begam Qamar Jalalabadi
4 Tu mehlon mein rehne waali Shabnam (1949) Shamshad Begam Qamar Jalalabadi
5 Pyaar mein tumne dhokha seekha Shabnam (1949) Shamshad Begam Qamar Jalalabadi
6 Kismat mein bichhadna thha Shabnam (1949) Geeta Dutt Qamar Jalalabadi
7 Chal ri sajni ab kya soche Bambai Ka Babu (1960) Majrooh Sultanpuri
8 Ae dil-e-awara chal Dr Vidya(1962) Majrooh Sultanpuri
9 O jaanewaale ho sakey to laut ke aana Bandini(1963) Shailendra
10 Ye kisne geet chheda Meri Soorat Teri Aankhen(1963) Suman Kalyanpur Shailendra
11 Baagon mein ye kaise phool khilte hain Chupke Chupke(1975 Lata Anand Bakshi
12 * Tu Shaitaanon ka sardaar hai Baarood(1976 Shivaangi Kolhapure Anand Bakshi

S D Burman, during these fifties, relied on Mohammed Rafi, Kishore Kumar, Manna Dey, Talat Mahmood etc, but not Mukesh. Yet, when this recording from Bambai ka Babu came up in 1960, Kishore Kumar was either unavailable or expressed his unwillingness to sing such a “bidai” song. S D Burman himself an accomplished singer, however, decided to bring in Mukesh and that too with a warning that the song would be excluded if it was not up to the mark. Today if there is any reason for which the film is remembered, then it’s for this great rendering by Mukesh.

Two years later, again, a single solo from Bandini had all the Mukesh midas touch attached to it. No compilation of Mukesh is ever complete without either or both of the above songs by S D Burman.

From 1960 to 1976, you have 6 songs, which was the exact number in only two years in 1948-49.

Out of these twelve songs, eleven have already been posted on the blog. Here is the final song of the combo on the blog. It’s from the film “Barood” released in 1976. It is directed by Pramod Chakravorty and the star cast includes Rishi Kapoor, Reena Roy, Shoma Anand etc.

The song itself is very good kids song pictured on Shriram Lagoo & Master Raju. Shivange Kolhapure sings for the kid, whereas Mukesh gives playback for Shriram Lagoo.
(PS-The lyrics of this song were sent by Avinash Scrapwala ages ago.)

I hope this song brings back fond memories of the past for many of the readers.

In the next post, we shall see the collaboration of Mukesh with C Ramchandra.


Song-Tu shaitaanon ka sardaar hai (Baarood)(1976) Singers-Mukesh, Shivangi Kolhapure, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-S D Burman

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

Tooti
Tooti

Tu shaitaanon ka sardaar hai
Sach hai
Hardam ladne ko taiyyar hai
Sach hai
O tere haathon mera jeena dushwaar hai
Daddy phir bhi tumko
Mujhse pyaar hai
O daddy phir bhi tumko
Mujhse pyaar hai

Tu shaitaanon ka sardaar hai
Sach hai
Hardam ladne ko taiyyar hai
Sach hai
O tere haathon mera jeena dushwaar hai
Daddy phir bhi tumko
Mujhse pyaar hai
O daddy phir bhi tumko
Mujhse pyaar hai

Maar ke thokar mez ka kona tod diya hai
Ha ha ha
Arey mera to har sapan salona tod diya hai
Hmm
Maar ke thokar maij ka kona tod diya hai
mera to har sapan salon tod diya hai
Aur apna bhi har ek khilauna tod diya hai
Aur ab jaane kya tode
koi aitbaar hai
Daddy phir bhi tumko
Mujhse pyaar hai
O daddy phir bhi tumko
Mujhse pyaar hai

Socha thha tu mere kitne kaam karega
Padh likhkar duniya mein raushan naam karega
Socha thha tu mere kitne kaam karega
Padh likhkar duniya mein raushan naam karega
Tu to mera naam bhi badnaam karega
Tujhko samjhaane ki
har koshish bekaar hai
Daddy phir bhi tumko
Mujhse pyaar hai
O daddy phir bhi tumko
Mujhse pyaar hai

Kya jungle ka raaja kabhi morr banega
Sher ka beta kya itna kamzor banega
Arey kya jungle ka raaja kabhi morr banega
Sher ka beta kya itna kamzor banega
Main sipaahi bana tu shaayad chor banega
Kya kahoon tu phool hai
ya kaanton ka haar hai
Daddy phir bhi tumko
Mujhse pyaar hai
Daddy phir bhi tumko
Mujhse pyaar hai
Tooti

Hmm hmm hmm
Tooti
Hmm hmm hmm hmm
Tooti
Tooti
Tooti
Tooti

7 Responses to "Tu shaitaanon ka sardaar hai"

@ Mahesh ji – Nice post, and thanks for this detailed post on SDB-
Mukesh combo.
Songs from this film ‘Baarood-1976’ are very nostalgic for me and I like this song very much. Yes,for me, it is one those that ‘brings back memories’. (Two other songs from this movie are already in my list of ‘favorites from the 70s’ )
Thanks again !!!

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Another amnesiatic bout of 12 years from 63 to 75. We all have to thank SJ, KA, LP who between them must have dished out about 50% of his songs.
May be it took more time to record his songs that could be the primary reason for singing less songs. After the scheduled time the musicians had to be given overtime. Who wants to dole out extra money..

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Thank you very much Mahesh ji for the excellent post.
But Sir, I have a small crib.
“Chal ri sajni ab kya soche” may hardly qualify as Mukesh’s playback on Dev Anand. It is generally remembered as belonging to the category of background songs. If one watches the scene carefully, it is apparent that although Dev Anand is very much present there, yet he doesn’t sing the song, which just plays in the background.
Once again sincere thanks & regards,
Avadh Lal

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Avadh ji,
Thanks for your comments. You are right about your observation.
Also, nowhere have I mentioned that it was playback for Dev Anand. Please read the second para of the post again.

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