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Thhodi hansi hai to thhode aansoo

Posted on: August 5, 2015


This article is written by Raja, 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.

Today (5 august 2015)is the birthday of Kajol.

And I find myself writing a post on this blog for this occasion. 🙂

Of all the songs I’ve written about here, this has got to be the most recent. Most of the songs I post are from the 70s or earlier, with just the odd 1980s song.

And this one is of the 1990s.

But I want to post this for three reasons.

First, I have a very high opinion of Kajol as an actor. I will admit I haven’t seen a film of hers for the last 15 years or more. I think the last one I saw was Kuchh Kuchh Hota Hai – and that was 1998!

Yes, I haven’t even seen Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham (2001), which, I understand, makes me belong in another galaxy. 🙂 I haven’t seen Fanaa (2006) either, though I did hear some good things about it. I notice that Kajol’s bibliography includes Kal Ho Na Ho (2003), a film I HAVE seen (on a flight), but I have absolutely NO recollection of her and apparently she wasn’t even credited, so I am not counting this.

But I have seen enough of Kajol’s films of the 1990s to form an opinion of her acting ability. And I must say, I am very impressed.

If first impressions do matter at all, Kajol floored me the very first time I saw her in a film.

The film was “Udhaar Ki Zindagi” (1994).

Now, this wasn’t Kajol’s first film. She’d acted in 3 or 4 films before this, including Baazigar and Yeh Dillagi. But at that time I hadn’t seen these films – I only got to see the later. So, for me, this was the first time I got to see Kajol in a film.

And that’s the second reason I wanted to write this post. The film.

I absolutely loved the film. The 1990s could be considered a sort of revival-era. There was a revival of music, with AR Rehman, Nadeem Shravan, Jatin Lalit and others leading the revival. But the storylines, although better than the violence-filled 1980s, were still fairly formulaic.

This film was different. Yes, it was genuinely “hatke”. It is the story of a granddaughter trying to win over the affections of her grandfather who is upset and wants to have nothing to do with her. I don’t remember all the details now – which is not a bad thing because it’s a sign that I should watch the film again. I think I will.

And if you haven’t watched it, I recommend it. Just don’t blame me if you don’t like it. Everybody has his/her own taste, I remember liking this mainly because it had a different storyline – and I was very impressed by Kajol, who was new for me. Seeing it now might not have the same impact.

Now to the song. That too happens to be from this film. And that’s the third reason I am writing this post. The song.

I really like this song – it is soft and pleasant to listen to. And quite philosophical. Am not sure how popular it was in its time, but if it wasn’t, it belongs right here on the blog. After all, this blog is where we bring lesser-known songs to the public’s attention, isn’t it? 🙂

There are two versions of this song. A happy and a sad version. The sad version features Kajol though both versions are posted here.

Wish you a very happy birthday, Kajol – many happy returns of the day!

Happy version

Sad version

Song-Thhodi hansi hai to thhode aansoo (Udhaar Ki Zindagi)(1994) Singers- (Happy version)Suresh Wadkar, Udit Narayan, Kavita Krishnamurthy, (Sad version) Suresh Wadkar, Sadhana Sargam, Lyrics-Sameer, MD-Anand Milind
All
Chorus

Lyrics

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Happy version
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Thhodi hansi hai to thhode aansoo
Saaye mein gham ke khushi hai

Koi nahin hai saathi tera
Tanha safar zindagi hai

Aaye jaaye koi mausam
Hanste jaana tum
Gaao gaao gaate jaao
Gaana hai ye zindagi
Gaao gaao gaate jaao
Gaana hai ye zindagi

ru ru ru ru ru

Bheeni bheeni khushboo laaye
Mausam bahaar kaa

Todey se na tootey saathi
Vaada ye pyaar kaa

Bheeni bheeni khushboo laaye
Mausam bahaar kaa

Todey se na tootey saathi
Vaada ye pyaar kaa

Hum banaayen saath mil ke
Apna aashiyaan
Raushni se jhilmilaaye
Sapnon ka jahaan
Koi bhi ho mushkil pyaare
Na ghabraana tum

Gaao gaao gaate jaao
Gaana hai ye zindagi
Gaao gaao gaate jaao
Gaana hai ye zindagi

aa aa aa aa aa

Neeli neeli do aankhon se
Dekhe tujhe gagan
Aaja aaja leke aaja
Koi khabar pawan
Neeli neeli do aankhon se
Dekhe tujhe gagan
Aaja aaja leke aaja

Na bhanwar mein doob jaaye
Kashti pyaas ki
Na kahin na toot jaaye
Dor aas ki
Ummeedon se
aashaon se
Dil behlaana tum

Gaao gaao gaate jaao
Gaana hai ye zindagi
Gaao gao gaate jaao
Gaana hai ye zindagi

Thodi hansi hai to thode aansoo
Saaye mein gham ke khushi hai

Koi nahin hai saathi tera
Tanha safar zindagi hai

Aaye jaaye koi mausam
Hanste jaana tum
Gaao gaao gaate jaao
Gaana hai ye zindagi
Gaao gaao gaate jaao
Gaana hai ye zindagi

aa aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa aa

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Sad version
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Roro roro roro roro
Roro roro roro ro
Hmmhmmhmmhmmhmmhmmhmm
Hmmhmmhmmhmmhmmhmm
Roro roro roro roro
Roro roro roro ro
Hmmhmmhmmhmmhmmhmm
Hmmhmmhmmhmmhmmhmmhmm hmm
Roro roro roro roro
Roro roro roro ro

Aaye jaaye koi mausam hanste jaana tum
Gaao gao gaate jaao
Gaana hai ye zindagi
Gaao gaao gaate jaao
Gaana hai ye zindagi

aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa

Neeli neeli do aankhon se
Dekhe tujhe gagan
Aaja aaja leke aaja
Koi khabar pawan
Na bhanwar mein doob jaaye
Kashti pyaas ki
Na kahin na toot jaaye
Dor aas ki
Ummeedon se
aashaon se
Dil behlaana tum
Gaao gaao gaate jaao
Gaana hai ye zindagi
Gaao gaao gaate jaao
Gaana hai ye zindagi
Ma pa ni sa ni
Pa ni dha ni sa
Pa ma ga
Ma ga re
Ga re sa
Re sa ni
Ma ga re
Ga re sa
Re sa ni
Sa ni pa
Aa aa aa aa aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa aa

Nanha pyaara mukhda tera
Jaadoo ye kya kiya
Teri meethi boli ne to
Jeena sikhaa diya
Main maroonga
Main jiyoonga
Tumko dekh kar
Aansuon ko
Main piyoonga
Tumko dekh kar
Pyaari si in aankhon mein na
Aansoo laanaa tum

Gaao gaao gaate jaao
Gaana hai ye zindagi
Gaao gaao gaate jaao
Gaana hai ye zindagi

Thhodi hansi hai to thhode aansoo
Saaye mein gham ke khushi hai

Koi nahin hai saathi tera
Tanha safar zindagi hai
Aaye jaaye koi mausam
Hanste jaana tum

Gaao gaao gaate jaao
Gaana hai ye zindagi
Gaao gaao gaate jaao
Gaana hai ye zindagi

10 Responses to "Thhodi hansi hai to thhode aansoo"

Udhar ki zindagi was a remake of famous Telugu movie
” Seetharamaiah Gari Manavaralu (1991) starring A.Nageshwara rao, Rohini Hattangadi,Meena.

This Telugu movie got another kannada remake
“Belli Modagalu”(1992) starring Doddanna, Jayanthi,Ramesh Aravind,Malashree directed by K.v.Raju,
The same K.V.RAju directed the hindi Version Udhar Ki zindagi(1994)

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In the song picturisation you can see Jeetendra, Moushumi Chatterjee, Ravi Kishen (Aka Ravi Kissen-then young, now famous bhojpuri movie hero/actor), Priyanka(who is a famous child artiste of Hindi movies once upon a time as a Baby pinky in hindi movies)
(Ravi Kishen and Pryanka(who was known as Baby Pinky)-can be seen in a photo frame which MOushumi Chatterjee holds)

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PCji Aap ne aaj bhi race jeet liya….
i was going to write all that you have written…
:-))

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Wonders will never cease. I could easily post any song from Fanaa. Loved that film and adore all the songs.

I vaguely remember this one. But I don’t think I have seen it completely.

Nice post, Raja.

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hard to believe …Kajol turns 41 today…
Rajaji no one will blame you i f you missed Kajol in Kal Ho Naa Ho as she appears for a second during the song “Mahi ve, Teri aankhen kaali kaali, Tera gora gora mukhda hai re”. infact even Rani Mukherjee is there in that song. that has been Kajol’s practice ever since Karan Johar made his debut as a director. she appears in all his films much the same way as Subhash Ghai does in his own movies…. Blink and you will miss!

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There are a few directors that appear in their films as an artist puts his signature on the paintings he has done. Alfred Hitchcock started it (as far as I know) and in Hindi films Subhash Ghai did it in the beginning (now he does not do), Basu Chatterji did it (in RAJNIGANDHA, I remember). Kajol was pregnant at that time so she just made a very short appearance at the request of, may be, Karan Johar. But I suspect Shahrukh Khan was more responsible for this. Remember, in BADSHAH also she obliged by passing by on the Railway Platform wearing the same dress as she had worn for the Platform sequence in KUCH KUCH HOTA HAI.

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I may be wrong here, but I feel that
in the sad version of the song
the female voice which sings roo roo roo at the starting i.e., upto 0:45 is of Kavita Krishnamurti`s

and from 0:45 onwards the female voice belongs to Sadhana Sargam`s, someone may please confirm…….. Again I may be wrong, but …….

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Wow, now that you mention it, I did listen to it again and think you may be right. But then, I really can’t distinguish between these two voices so I am hardly the right person to answer this.

And thanks for giving info about it being a remake of a Telugu film. I do think a lot of South Indian films had a pretty decent family storyline, it used to often be the garish sets and dances that used to spoil it for me. 🙂

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Thanks Raja Sir

for writting to me

Regards
Prakash

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