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Zindagi Ki Na Toote Ladi Pyaar Kar Le Ghadi Do Ghadi

Posted on: July 24, 2015


This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, 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.

Wishing Manoj Kumar many happy returns of today (24th July).

Manoj Kumar was born this day in 1937 in Abbottabad (now in Pakistan). His birth name is  Harikishan Giri Goswami. Partition of the country happened when he was just ten years old.  His family migrated to to Delhi. His schooling happened in Delhi and he graduated from Hindu College, Delhi University.

As a young man he was a fan of Dilip Kumar (I think every youngster of that period was a Dilip Kumar fan) and decided to name himself Manoj after the character played by Dilip Kumar in ‘Shabnam’ (1948). He made his film debut in 1957 with ‘Fashion’. His first few films failed to make any great impression on the box office – ‘Panchayat’ (1958), ‘Chaand'(1959), ‘Honeymoon’ (1960), ‘Piya Milan Ki Aas’, ‘Kaanch Ki Gudiya’, ‘Reshmi Roomal’ etc., (all from 1961). Then in 1962 came his first hit film ‘Hariyali Aur Raasta”. What followed are a string of good to great films like ‘Woh Kaun Thi’ (1964), ‘Gumnaam'(1965), ‘Do Badan’ (1966), ‘Saawan Ki Ghata'(1966), ‘Pathar Ke Sanam’ (1967), ‘Anita’ (1967), and ‘Neelkamal’ (1968) etc.

In between a shift happened, and his image as ‘Bharat’, a patriotic film careerist, began to develop. In 1965, he appeared in the role of Bhagat Singh, the young martyr for the cause of India’s Independence, in the film ‘Shaheed’. After the Indo-Pak war of 1965, he turned a director.  His debut directorial venture is ‘Upkaar’ (1967), based on the then Prime Minister Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri ji’s slogan – ‘Jai Jawaan Jai Kisaan’. This movie gave Pran a change of image and the song “Kasme Waade Pyaar Wafaa Sab Baatein Hain Baaton Ka Kya”, became a turning point in his career. The movie got Manoj Kumar the Filmfare’s Best Director Award. In 1972 he was on the stage again to receive the Filmfare’s Best Actor Award for ‘Be-Imaan’. In many of his own directorial ventures he has played characters named “Bharat” and this earned him the nickname “Mr. Bharat Kumar”. He was awarded the Padma Shri in 1992-93. His second best director award was for the social drama ‘Roti, Kapda Aur Makaan’ (1974). In 1999, he received the Filmfare’s Lifetime Achievement Award. His last screen appearance was in 1995 in a film titled ‘Maidaan e Jung’.

Manoj Kumar has a keen ear and a keen sense of pleasant music.  Almost all the films that he has produced, and in many films that he has acted, all have great and unforgettable songs. ‘Kraanti’ (1981) is one such movie. Most of the songs in the movie went on to remain forever etched in public memory.

‘Kranti’  was the film in which he got an opportunity to direct his idol, Dilip Kumar. The film is based in 19th century India, when the rumblings were starting in different parts of the country, of the struggle for throwing out the British from the motherland. The movie had various standard Hindi movie elements in it — (i) family getting separated in the beginning. (ii) one son becoming a revolutionary the other (Shashi Kapoor) becoming a senapati. (iii) The side track of a princess being kidnapped and swapped with a commoner (Hema Malini and Parveen Babi). (iv) The princess falling in love with the revolutionary, marring him and getting pregnant. (v) the senapati switching sides to support the revolution. (vi) lots of patriotic songs. (vii) a rain song which had to be romantic. (viii) the final onslaught on the Qila (fort) where father and the separated sons fight alongside each other against a common enemy without knowing that they are family. (ix) the family’s faithful aide comes and sorts all identification problems. The movie ends with the son (Manoj Kumar)  dying even as his wife is delivering his child. PHEW!!!.

Now since it is monsoon all over India (except here in Bangalore) let us enjoy this rain song from ‘Kranti’.  This is one of my favourites among the rain songs. It is sung by Nitin Mukesh (whose father’s birthday it was just a couple of days ago) and Lata Mangeshkar. The song is written by Santosh Anand and the music score is composed by Laxmi Pyaare.

Once again, wishing Manoj Kumar a very happy 78th birthday.


Song – Zindagi Ki Na Toote Ladi Pyaar Kar Le Ghadi Do Ghadi (Kranti) (1981) Singer – Nitin Mukesh, Lata MangeshkarLyrics – Santosh Anand, MD – Laxmikant Pyaarelal
Nitin Mukesh + Lata
Lyrics 

lambi lambi umariyaa ko chhodo
pyaar ki ik ghadi hai badi. . .
pyar kar le
ghadi do ghadi

hooo ooo
zindagi ki na toote ladee. . .
pyaar kar le
ghadi do ghadi


zindagi ki na toote ladee. . .

zindagi ki na toote ladee. . .
pyaar kar le ghadi do ghadi
hoo oo
zindagi ki na toote ladee
pyaar kar le ghadi do ghadi
o lambi lambi umariyaa ko chhodo
lambi lambi umariyaa ko chhodo
pyaar ki ek ghadi hai badi
pyar kar le
hoo pyar kar le ghadi do ghadi
hooo ooo
zindagi ki na toote ladee
pyaar kar le ghadi do ghadi

oooooo ooooooo
oooooo ooooooo
oooooo ooooooo
oooooo ooooooo
un aankhon ka hansna bhi kya

jin aankhon mein paani na ho
ooo un aankhon ka hansnaa bhi kya
jin aankhon mein paani na ho
wo jawaani jawaani nahin
jiski koi kahaani na ho
oooo oooo kahaani na ho
aansoo hai khushi ki ladee
pyar kar le
hoo pyar kar le ghadi do ghadi
hooo ooo
zindagi ki na toote ladee
pyaar kar le ghadi do ghadi

mitwaa
tere bina
laage na
re jiyara
oooo oooo
mitwaa
tere bina
laage na
re jiyara
laage na
aaj se apna waada rahaa
oo mitwa
hum milenge har ek mod par
ooooo
ooooo aaj se apna waada rahaa
hum milenge har ek mod par
dil ki duniya basaayenge hum
gham ki duniya ka dar chhod kar
hoooo jeene marne ki
jeene marne ki kisko padi
pyar kar le
hoo pyar kar le ghadi do ghadi
hooo ooo
zindagi ki naa toote ladee
pyaar kar le ghadi do ghadi

laakh gehra ho saagar to kya
pyaar se kuchh bhi gaharaa nahin hooo
laakh gehra ho saagar to kya
pyaar se kuchh bhi gehra nahin
dil ki deewaani har mauj par hooo
aasmaanon ka pehra nahin 
o toot jaayegi
toot jaayegi har hathkadi
pyaar kar le
hoo pyaar kar le ghadi do ghadi
hooo oooo
zindagi ki na toote ladee
pyaar kar le ghadi do ghadi
ooo mitwa
pyaar kar le ghadi do ghadi
ooo ooo ooo mitwa
pyaar kar le ghadi do ghadi
mitwa re mitwa
pyaar kar le ghadi do ghadi
laage na..aa re jiyara

——————————————
Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
——————————————

लम्बी लंबी उमरिया को छोड़ो
प्यार की इक घड़ी है बड़ी
प्यार कर ले
घड़ी दो घड़ी
होss ओss
ज़िंदगी की
ना टूटे लड़ी
प्यार कर ले
घड़ी दो घड़ी

ज़िंदगी की ना टूटे लड़ी॰ ॰
ज़िंदगी की ना टूटे लड़ी
प्यार कर ले घड़ी दो घड़ी
हो ओ
ज़िंदगी की ना टूटे लड़ी
प्यार कर ले घड़ी दो घड़ी
ओ लम्बी लंबी उमरिया को छोड़ो
लम्बी लंबी उमरिया को छोड़ो
प्यार की इक घड़ी है बड़ी
प्यार कर ले
हो ओ प्यार कर ले घड़ी दो घड़ी
होss ओss
ज़िंदगी की ना टूटे लड़ी
प्यार कर ले घड़ी दो घड़ी

ओssssss ओsssss
ओssssss ओsssss
ओssssss ओsssss
ओssssss ओsssss
उन आँखों का हँसना भी क्या
जिन आँखों में पानी ना हो
ओs उन आँखों का हँसना भी क्या
जिन आँखों में पानी ना हो
वो जवानी जवानी नहीं
जिसकी कोई कहानी ना हो
ओss ओss कहानी ना हो
आँसू हैं खुशी की लड़ी
प्यार कर ले
हो प्यार कर ले घड़ी दो घड़ी
होss ओss
ज़िंदगी की ना टूटे लड़ी
प्यार कर ले घड़ी दो घड़ी

मितवा
तेरे बिना
लागे ना
रे जियरा
ओsss ओsss
मितवा
तेरे बिना
लागे ना
रे जियरा
लागे ना
आज से अपना वादा रहा
ओss मितवा
हम मिलेंगे हर एक मोड़ पर
ओsss
ओsss आज से अपना वादा रहा
हम मिलेंगे हर एक मोड़ पर
दिल की दुनिया बसाएँगे हम
ग़म की दुनिया का दर छोड़ कर
होss जीने मरने की
जीने मरने की किसको पड़ी
प्यार कर ले
हो प्यार कर ले घड़ी दो घड़ी
होss ओss
ज़िंदगी की ना टूटे लड़ी
प्यार कर ले घड़ी दो घड़ी

लाख गहरा हो सागर तो क्या
प्यार से कुछ भी गहरा नहीं होss
लाख गहरा हो सागर तो क्या
प्यार से कुछ भी गहरा नहीं
दिल की दीवानी हर मौज पर होss
आसमानों का पहरा नहीं
ओ टूट जाएगी
टूट जाएगी हर हथकड़ी
प्यार कर ले
होss प्यार कर ले घड़ी दो घड़ी
ओss
ज़िंदगी की ना टूटे लड़ी
प्यार कर ले घड़ी दो घड़ी
ओss
ज़िंदगी की ना टूटे लड़ी
प्यार कर ले घड़ी दो घड़ी
ओss मितवा
प्यार कर ले घड़ी दो घड़ी
ओss ओss ओss मितवा
प्यार कर ले घड़ी दो घड़ी
मितवा रे मितवा
प्यार कर ले घड़ी दो घड़ी
लागे ना॰॰आss रे जियरा

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3 Responses to "Zindagi Ki Na Toote Ladi Pyaar Kar Le Ghadi Do Ghadi"

Happy Birthday to Manoj Kumar ji !!
@ Peevesie’s mom ji – many thanks for this post and remembering Manoj Kumar ji’s birthday. I like his films and his acting too, which has his own trademark.
Yesterday when I glanced through the anniversary dates page, I planned to request Atul ji for a song from few of my pending contributions of Manoj Kumar’s songs, but forget to do so today.
So, thank you very much !!

If my memory serves me right(jab movie release huyee thi, tab maine padhaa thaa……..), Hema Malini is very much miffed over her portrayal(read it “i.e., her outfit, camera angle etc., etc.,”) in this particular rainy song from this movie. She resented her portrayal in this song……

Just thought of sharing this trivia ……..

But personally, I like songs picturised by Manoj Kumar in
Upkar(I like picturisation of all songs in this movie),
Purab aur Paschhim(especially “koi jab tumhara hriday tod de” and “Purwaa suhaani aayee re”),
Roti kapda aur Makan(“Aur nahin bas aur nahin” & “pandit jee mere mane ke baad),
Shor(“shehnaayee baje na bajey”),
Kranti(“Maraa tumka badal gayee chaal mitwaa”)

He got Filmfare award for Beimaan by beimaani se; that is Bharat for you.
He collected ALL the Filmfare issues and nominated Beimaan.
Top grosser in 1972
1 Seeta Aur Geeta
2 Pakeezah
3 Apna Desh
4 Raja Jani
5 Victoria No. 203
6 Gora Aur Kala
7 Bawarchi
8 Jawani Diwani
9 Be-Imaan
10 Raampur Ka Lakshman
He beat them all. Lets shake our head in disbelief and unison.

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