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Phir Mohabbat Ke Pyaam Aane Lagey

Posted on: September 26, 2015


This article is written by Sudhir, 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.

26th September – a day to remember, Dev Saab, the evergreen hero.  Also, a day to remember the voice of romanticism that added the essence of emotional expressions to many of his performances.  The deep bass voice of Hemant Kumar.

Remembering Hemant Da on the anniversary of his passing away today.

The year was 1951-52. The film ’Jaal’ (1952) was under production, and the songs were being planned for recording.  A choice and a decision that only a music director of the stature and understanding of SD Burman could make.  He decided to bring in Hemant Da to sing what turned out to be the most important signature song – for the film, for the hero, and for the singer – “Ye Raat Ye Chaandni Phir Kahaan”.  A song that is perfect in every aspect of song creation – the lyrics, the music, the singing voice, the on screen scenario and the on screen performance.  Everything combined to make this as one of the most memorable songs ever to come from Hindi films.

That started off a string of a dozen songs that Hemant Da sang for Dev Saab over a period of subsequent ten years.  SD Burman, respected for his selection of the most appropriate voice for the particular song, picked Hemant Da’s voice again in the film ‘Sazaa’ (1951) and created a most memorable duet – “Aa Gup Chup Gup Chup Pyaar Karen”.  In the sequence of releases, ‘Sazaa’ came to the theatres before ‘Jaal’.

Taking a leaf from Burman Da’s book, Shankar Jaikishan called upon Hemant Da when they were preparing the songs for ‘Patita’ (1953).  The result for another peerless duet – “Yaad Kiya Dil Ne Kahaan Ho Tum”.

Back to Burman Da again, and in 1954, he had Hemant Da sing two songs for Dev Saab in the film ‘House No. 44’ – the inimitable “Teri Duniya Mein Jeene Se To Behtar Hai Ke Mar Jaayen” and another peerless duet “Chup Hai Dharti Chup Hain Chaand Sitaare”.  A rare piece of history was in the making.

And ah yes, we also have another duet, in which Hemant Da simply hums for Dev Saab – “Peechhe Peechhe Aa Ke, Chhoo Lo Hamen Paa Ke”.  Just listen to it again today, if you have not heard it for some time.

Came 1955, and with it came ‘Munim ji’.  What a surprising offering Burman Da created when he crafted the music for “Shiv Ji Bihaane Chaley Paalki Sajaaye Ke”.  A ‘different’ Dev Saab, disguised as an aged ‘Munim’ presents this song as a stage performance.  And then, in the same film, the duet, rather threesome song “Dil Ki Umangen Hain Jawaan” set many a heart aflutter.  It still does.

In 1958, the magic was created yet once again – ‘Solvan Saal’.  The young men of that era, and of all eras beyond, got hooked to the free larking sound of “Hai Apna Dil To Awaara, Na Jaane Kis Pe Aayega”.  All the songs that Burman Da was getting Hemant Da to sing for Dev Saab, were/are soulful songs of calm romanticism.  This song established the dieversity – that Hemant Da could render a song which Dev Saab could dance with.  The boisterous youthfulness of this song is remarkably everlasting.  It is not the age that is criteria; it is the vagabond heart that can still whistle this song, full of joy and invitation.

Arguably, the best was still to come.  Come 1960, and the release of film ‘Manzil’.  The film brought with it the haunting sounds of “Yaad Aa Gayeen Wo Nasheeli Nigaahen” – a song that has not been matched for its lingering ethereal qualities, for all the decades since it was created.  It still sends a shiver down the spine when it plays.

1962, and the film ‘Baat Ek Raat Ki’.  In the midst of a slew of songs by Rafi Sb, the iconic “Na Tum Hamen Jaano, Na Hum Tumhen Jaanen” turned out to be the best known hit to come out of this film.

But then, after 1962, this voice and this performer did not come together again.  Kuchh thaa, that happened over the ten years that gave us these dozen unmatchable songs.  And then no more after that.  But the history is, as is.

For today’s memories, I delve back, way back into the earliest film of Hemant Da.  This song is another beautiful ghazal, rendered softly and simply by Hemant Da for the film ‘Iraada’ from 1944.  The words are from the pen of Aziz Kashmiri, and the music is from the mind of Pt Amarnath.  This film is the first Hindi film for which Hemant Da sang playback.  There is another wonderful solo song “Aaraam Se Jo Raaten Kaaten” from this film that is already showcased on this blog.

So come listen to this beautiful piece – “Phir Mohabbat Ke Pyaam Aane Lagey”, one of the first two songs recorded by Hemant Da in the Hindi film arena.  Enjoy.

 


Song – Phir Mohabbat Ke Pyaam Aane Lagey (Iraada) (1944) Singer – Hemant Kumar, Lyrics – Aziz Kashmiri, MD – Pt Amarnath

Lyrics

phir mohabbat ke pyaam aane lagey
phir mohabbat ke pyaam aane lagey
phir meri duniya pe tum chhaane lagey
phir meri duniya pe tum chhaane lagey
phir mohabbat ke pyaam aane lagey

dekh kar mujhko nasheeli aankh se
dekh kar mujhko nasheeli aankh se
mastiyon ke phool barsaane lagey
mastiyon ke phool barsaane lagey
phir meri duniya pe tum chhaane lagey
phir mohabbat ke pyaam aane lagey

hai iraada haal e dil tum se kahoon
hai iraada haal e dil tum se kahoon

hai iraada
haal e dil
tumse kahoon
arey

din to nahin tum kyon sharmaane lagey
din to nahin tum kyon sharmaane lagey
phir meri duniya pe tum chhaane lagey
phir mohabbat ke pyaam aane lagey

dil ke maalik haaye ye kya zulm hai
dil ke maalik haaye ye kya zulm hai
dil mein reh ke dil ko tadpaane lagey
dil mein reh ke dil ko tadpaane lagey
phir meri duniya pe tum chhaane lagey
phir mohabbat ke pyaam aane lagey

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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फिर मोहब्बत के पयाम आने लगे
फिर मोहब्बत के पयाम आने लगे
फिर मेरी दुनिया पे तुम छाने लगे
फिर मेरी दुनिया पे तुम छाने लगे
फिर मोहब्बत के पयाम आने लगे

देख कर मुझको नशीली आँख से
देख कर मुझको नशीली आँख से
मस्तियों के फूल बरसाने लगे
मस्तियों के फूल बरसाने लगे
फिर मेरी दुनिया पे तुम छाने लगे
फिर मोहब्बत के पयाम आने लगे

है इरादा हाल ए दिल तुम से कहूँ
है इरादा हाल ए दिल तुम से कहूँ

है इरादा
हाल ए
तुम से कहूँ
अरे

दिन तो नहीं तुम क्यों शर्माने लगे
दिन तो नहीं तुम क्यों शर्माने लगे
फिर मेरी दुनिया पे तुम छाने लगे
फिर मोहब्बत के पयाम आने लगे

दिल के मालिक हाए ये क्या ज़ुल्म है
दिल के मालिक हाए ये क्या ज़ुल्म है
दिल में रह कर दिल को तड़पाने लगे
दिल में रह कर दिल को तड़पाने लगे
फिर मेरी दुनिया पे तुम छाने लगे
फिर मोहब्बत के पयाम आने लगे

1 Response to "Phir Mohabbat Ke Pyaam Aane Lagey"

Hemantda sang in
Aab-e-Hayat (1955)
Aag (1967)
Aagosh (1953)
Aandhiyan (1952)
Achha Bura (1972)
Albeli (1955)
Amaanat (1955)
Anand Math (1952)
Anjaan (1956)
Arab Ka Saudagar (1956)
Ayodhyapati (1956)
Baadbaan (1954)
Baat Ek Raat Ki (1962)
Badshah (1954)
Bahu (1955)
Bahu Rani (1963)
Balyogi Upamanyu (1958)
Ban Phool (1945)
Bandhan (1956)
Bandi (1957)
Bandish (1955)
Bees Saal Baad (1962)
Bees Saal Pehle (1972)
Bhagawat Mahima (1955)
Bhakta Dhruva Kumar (1964)
Bin Badal Barsaat (1963)
Bindiya (1946)
Biraj Bahu (1954)
Biwi Aur Makan (1966)
Bluffmaster (1963)
Chakradhari (1954)
Champa Kali (1957)
Chandrasena (1959)
Chhabili (1960)
Chhote Babu (1957)
Chor Ho To Aisa (1978)
Daaka (1959)
Daaku Ki Ladki (1954)
Dara (1953)
Detective (1958)
Dhun (1953)
Do Dost (1960)
Door Gagan Ki Chaon Mein (1964)
Door Ka Rahi (1971)
Dulhan (1958)
Duniya Jhukti Hai (1960)
Durgesh Nandini (1956)
Ek Hi Rasta (1956)
Ek Jhalak (1957)
Ek Saal (1957)
Ekadashi (1955)
Faraar (1965)
Fashion (1959)
Ferry (1954)
Gangu (1962)
Gaon Ki Rani (Album) (1979)
Ghulam Begum Badshah (1956)
Giribala (1947)
Girl Friend (1961)
Gul-E-Bakawali (1956)
Gunga Jumna (1961)
Haiwan (1977)
Hamara Watan (1956)
Harishchandra Taramati (1963)
Heera Moti (1959)
Heeralal Pannalal (1978)
Hill Station (1957)
House No. 44 (1955)
Hum Bhi Insaan Hain (1959)
Humrahi (1945)
Insaaf Kahan Hai (1958)
Insaaniyat (1955)
Inspector (1956)
Jaal (1952)
Jadu Tona (1977)
Jagadguru Shankaracharya (1955)
Jalti Nishani (1957)
Janam Janam Ke Saathi (1965)
Jhanak Jhanak Payal Baje (1955)
Jyot Jale (1969)
Kabuliwala (1961)
Khamoshi (1970)
Khiladi (1961)
Kitna Badal Gaya Insaan (1957)
Kohraa (1964)
Laalten (1956)
Lagan (1955)
Lehrein (1953)
Love In Canada (1979)
Maa Beta (1962)
Majboor (1964)
Majhli Didi (1967)
Mala (1951)
Maldaar (1951)
Mamta (1966)
Manmani (1947)
Manohar (1954)
Manzil (1960)
Mehandi (1958)
Mera Karam Mera Dharam (1987)
Mere Lal (1966)
Milap (1955)
Mohar (1959)
Nagin (1954)
Nai Raahen (1959)
Narsi Bhagat (1957)
Nastik (1954)
Naya Aadmi (1956)
Naya Sansar (1959)
Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose (1966)
Paisa Ya Pyar (1969)
Parivaar (1956)
Patita (1953)
Payal (1957)
Pehli Jhalak (1954)
Pehli Shadi (1953)
Phir Bhi (1972)
Police (1958)
Post Box No. 999 (1958)
Prabhu Ki Maya (1955)
Prem Ki Ganga (1971)
Pyaasa (1957)
Pyar ki Rahen (1959)
Pyase Panchhi (1961)
Raami Dhoban (1953)
Rahgeer (1969)
Rahi (1953)
Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja (1962)
Saahil (1959)
Sahara (1958)
Saheli (1965)
Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam (1962)
Sambandh (1969)
Samrat (1954)
Sannata (1966)
Santan (1959)
Sardar (1955)
Sazaa (1951)
Sehra (1963)
Shabab (1954)
Shamsher (1953)
Shart (1954)
Shatranj (1956)
Shikast (1953)
Shirin Farhad (1956)
Sholay (1953)
Shrimati Ji (1952)
Solva Saal (1958)
Swami Vivekanand (1955)
Taj (1956)
Taj Aur Talwar (1956)
Tangawali (1955)
Teesri Gali (1958)
Us Raat Ke Baad (1970)
Uski Kahani (1966)
Yahudi Ki Ladki (1957)
Zameen Aasmaan (1946)
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