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Chhupo chhupo o marne se darne waalon

Posted on: October 1, 2015


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Today (1 october 2015) is the 109th birth anniversary of S D Burman (1 October 1906 – 31 October 1975).

SD Burman was a well established and well respected music director by the time I became aware of his name (sometime in late 1960s). But like everyone else, he too made his debut sometime. It is difficult to imagine it today, but his earlier career was full of struggles and his career as a music director in Hindi movies was almost a non starter. He was given his initial breaks in 1940s by Sasadhar Mukherjee of Filmistan who signed him up for “Aath Din”(1946) and “Shikaari”(1946). The music of these two movies did not create much impression at that time. It was his next movie with Filmistan,namely “Do Bhai”(1947) that helped SD Burman get some foothold in the industry. He kept scoring music for the subsequent movies of Filmistan.

Legend had it that S D Burman had decided to go back to Calcutta in 1950 but he was pursuaded to stay back. And the rest, as they say, was history.

S D Burman became a fixture of Dev Anand’s Nav Ketan Productions right from its beginning, right from “Afsar”(1950) to “Taxi Driver”(1954), , Munim Jee”(1955), “Paying Guest”(1957), “Nau Do Gyarah”, “Kaala Paani” (1958), “Guide”(1965) etc. S D Burman also became the music director of Guru Dutt films like “Baazi”(1951), “Jaal”(1952), “Pyaasa”(1957), “Kaaghaz Ke Phool”(1959). Then S D Burman also scored music for movies like , “House No 44″(1955), “Devdas”(1955), “Funtoosh”(1956), “Solva Saal”(1958), “Sujata”(1959), “Bandini”(1963) etc.

S D Burman in fact stayed in top league throughout his career, even during 1970s when most old generation music directors had found themselved becoming marginalised in the wake of his son R D Burman’s phenomenal rise.

S D Burman had a couple of well publicised falling offs with some of his fellow artists. He developed a misunderstanding with Lata and stopped using her voice in his songs for several years from late 1950s onwards. The duo buried their difference and came together again when R D Burman wanted to use Lata’s voice in his debut movie as a music director in 1961.

Sahir Ludhiavi was S D Burman’s main lyricist throughout 1950s. It was after the success of “Pyaasa”(1957) that S D Burman stopped working with Sahir Ludhianvi after Sahir Ludhianvi began badmouthing him and started claiming credit for the success of S D Burman. Not just him, but most other major music directors of the time (like for instance O P Nayyar) too stopped working with Sahir Ludhianvi. Unlike the case with Lata, S D Burman and Sahir Ludhianvi never worked together again, though I find that S D Burman’s son R D Burman worked with Sahir Ludhianvi on several occasions.

S D Burman’s songs are delightful to listen to from layman’s point of view. His songs score high even from the point of view of music lovers who dig deep and go into the technicalities of music. S D Burman was a music director who was respected by masses, classes, as well as fellow music directors.

S D Burman was mainly instrumental in shaping the playback career of Kishore Kumar. It was S D Burman who made him give playback for Dev Anand in 1950s at a time when Kishore Kumar usually got to sing songs only for himself.

On this occasion, here is a song from “Shikaari”(1946). This relatively obscure song is sung by Paro Devi. One can also hear the voice of chorus as well as that of an unknown male voice in this song.

Gopal Singh Nepali is the lyricist.

Only the audio of this song is available. Seeing that Paro Devi’s name appears in the cast, one can safely assume that the song was picturised on herself (alongwith others).


Song-Chhupo chhupo o marne se darne waalon (Shikaari)(1946) Singer-Paro Devi, Lyrics-Gopal Singh Nepali, MD-S D Burman
Unknown male voice
Chorus

Lyrics

deenglaala oye laala
deenglaala oye laala
deenglaala oye laala
(aaa aaa aaa aaaa)

deenglaala oye laala
(aaa aaa aaa aaaa)

ho ho ho ho
ho ho ho ho ho

chhupo chhupo chhupo
chhupo chhupo chhupo

chhupo chhupo
o marne se darne waalon
jaadoo ka teer chhoot jaayegaa
chhupo chhupo
o marne se darne waalon
jaadoo ka teer chhoot jaayegaa
jaadoo ka aa aa
jaadoo ka
jaadoo ka aa aa
jaadoo ka
jaadoo ka teer chhoot jaayega
uyee

teer mere teekhe
nazar meri tirchhi
teer mere teekhe
nazar meri tirchhi
kitnon ka dil lut jaayega
ha haa
jaadu ka teer chhoot jayega

tigin tigin tak tak
takad tak tun tun na na
tila tin dhai

tiley tiley tak tak tun tun
tilaa tilaa dig tai dha
tilaa tilaa dig tai dha
tilaa tilaa dig t...
deenglaala oye laala
deenglaala oye laala

topi waale baabu ko majnu bana doon
topi waale babu ko
oh ho
oh ho
babu ko babu ko babu ko
sar ke upar se
main topi udaa do..oo..on
saafa udaa doon
main chunri udaa doon
saafa udaa doon
main chunri udaa doon
panghat pe gori ka palla chhuda doon
jal ka ghada phoot jaayega
un hoon
jaadu ka teer chhoot jaayega

dhi dhig laam
taam taam taam
dhi dhig laam
taam taam taam
dhi dhig laam
taam taam taam
dhi dhig laam
ho..oo

ho dekho dekho re
ho dekho dekho re
khidki se chhupke
chupke nihaari gori
dekho dekho re
ho dekho dekho re
khidki se chhupke
chupke nihaari gori
dekho dekho re
karti balam ko chhupke ishaare gori
dekho dekho re
teer lagey kas ke
to choli banegi
teer lagey kas ke
teer lagey kas ke
to choli banegi
phoolon ka haar toot jaayega
jaayega
jaayega
jaayega

 

2 Responses to "Chhupo chhupo o marne se darne waalon"

Atul ji,

I have uploaded the more complete version of this song and inserted the link above in the post. I have also updated the lyrics given in the post.

Rgds
Sudhir

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Thanks for the complete song and lyrics.

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