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Jab tak poore na hon phere saat

Posted on: October 30, 2015


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“Nadiya Ke Paar”(1982) was a Rajshree Productions movie. It was produced by Tarachand Barjatya and directed by Govind Moonis. The movie had Sachin, Sadhana Singh, Inder Thakur, Mitali, Savita Bajaj, Sheela David, Leela Mishra, Soni Rathod etc in it.

On checking up in wikipedia, I find that the story of this movie was based on a Hindi novel called “Kohbar Ki Shart” by Keshav Prasad Mishra with an altered end. The novel had a tragic ending whereas the movie version had a happy ending.

Here is the story of the movie courtesy wikipedia:

A Brahman farmer from Eastern Uttar Pradesh lives with his two nephews. He falls ill and is treated by a Vaidya (indigenous medical practitioner) from another village. When the farmer feels okay, he asks the Vaidya about his fees. The Vaidya asks for the farmer’s eldest nephew to marry his eldest daughter. The farmer readily agrees.

Omkar (Inder Thakur) marries the Vaidya’s elder daughter Roopa (Mitali), and they start living happily. Roopa gives birth to a baby. During Roopa’s pregnancy, her younger sister Gunja (Sadhana Singh) comes to live with her. While there, she falls in love with Omkar’s younger brother Chandan (Sachin).

Learning of their love, Roopa promises to help them marry. But, she dies in an accident; and nobody else knows about the love affair. The farmer and the Vaidya decide that Gunja should marry the widower Omkar, to take care of her sister’s baby. But moments before the wedding rituals are completed, Chandan and Gunja’s love affair is revealed. He is allowed to marry Gunja with everyone’s consent.

The same story was then repackaged by Rajshree Productions changing the background of the characters to upper class city dwellers and they came up with “Ham Aapke Hain Kaun”(1994).

Personally I have watched both these movies and liked both of them immensely. I watched “Nadiya Ke Paar”(1982) in 1983 in a small Bihar town and “Ham Aapke Hai Kaun”(1994) in a mid size Maharashtra town and I liked both of these movies immensely.

Our seniors in our hostel had taken us to watch “Nadia Ke Paar”(1982) in night show in the local cinema hall called Avantika in 1983. Those were the days when going to watch the movie was often a memorable experience in itself. Though everyone used to have a bicycle, it was the done thing for the seniors to carry juniors on their bicycles, with the junior dutifully seated on the horizontal bar between the handle and the seat.

Though queueing up at the ticket counter jostling with the public was the usual way of getting tickets for a movie, we were regarded as some kind of VIPs in the town and so the movie hall management had agreed to book the required number of seats in advance for us.

Every cinema hall used to have a cycle stand. The cycle stand owner had his own way of taking care of cycles. He would tie up all the cycles with one long chain and lock it up for the duration of the show. Since the forty odd of us were one special group of moviegoers so our bicycles were tied up exclusively with a different chain. 🙂

One can say that it was a typically “Bihari” movie watched in typical “Bihari” setting among genuine Bihari audience. 🙂 The movie had Sachin and Sadhana Singh in lead roles. I actually thought that Sachin was a Bihari actor. It was much later that I realise that he was not.

Among the 40 odd people in the group watching the movie in that rundown movie hall, there were very few of us who were “Bihari”, and they were in reality from the part of Bihar that was to become “Jharkhand” later Most others were from far off places. But everyone liked the movie. The next day, one of the seniors kept asking us what “Bhauji” meant. The other “bihaari” among us was actually a Bangla speaker, so it became the task of someone like me to explain that “Bhauji” meant “Bhaabhi”.

The songs of “Nadiya Ke Paar” were quite hummable and nice to listen to. As many as four songs from the movie have been discussed in the past. That leaves two songs. The remaining tw songs are in fact two parts of the same song.

Here is this two part song of “Nadiya Ke Paar”(1982). This song is sung by Hemlata and chorus. Ravindra Jain in the lyricist as well as the music director.

The song is picturised as a wedding ritual song on Sadhana Singh and others.

With this song, “Nadiya Ke Paar”(1982) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.

Part I

Part II

Song-Jab tak poore na hon phere saat (Nadiya Ke Paar)(1982) Singer-Hemlata, Lyrics-Ravindra Jain, MD-Ravindra Jain
Chorus

Lyrics

——————————
Part I
——————————
babua ho babua,
pahuna ho pahuna
babua ho babua,
pahuna ho pahuna
(o o o
o o o)

jab tak poore naa hon phere saat
jab tak poore naa hon phere saat
tab tak dulhin nahin dulha ki
re tab tak babuni nahin babua ki
naa
jab tak poore naa ho phere saat

abahin to babua pahli bhanvar padi hai
abahin to pahuna dilli door badi hai
ho pahli hi bhanvar padi hai
dilli door badi hai
karni hogi tapasya saari raat
jab tak poore naa hon phere saat
tab tak dulhin nahin dulha ki
re tab tak babuni nahin babua ki
naa
jab tak poore naa hon phere saat

jaise jaise bhanvar pade
mann angna ko chhode
ek ek bhaanvar
naata anjaanon se jode
mann ghar angna ko chhode
anjaanon se naata jode
sukh ki badri aansu ki barsaat
jab tak poore naa hon phere saat
tab tak dulhin nahin dulha ki
re tab tak babuni nahin babua ki
naa
jab tak poore naa hon phere saat

babua ho babua
pahuna ho pahuna
saat phere karo
babua bharo
saat vachan bhi
aisi kanya kaise arpan
kar de tan bhi mann bhi
ho o o
saat phere dharo
babua bharo saat vachan bhi
aisi kanya kaise arpan kar de tan bhi mann bhi
uthho uthho babuni
dekho dekho dhruv taara
dhruv taare sa
ho amar suhaag tihaara
o dekho dekho dhruv taara
amar suhaag tihaara
saaton phere saat janmon ka saath
jab tak poore naa hon phere saat
tab tak dulhin nahin dulha ki
re tab tak babuni nahin babua ki
naa

———————-
Pt II
———————–

jab tak poore naa hon phere saat
tab tak dulhin nahin dulha ki
re tab tak babuni nahin babua ki
naa
jab tak poore naa hon phere saat

jaise jaise bhanvar pade
mann angna ko chhode
ek ek bhaanvar
naata anjaanon se jode
mann ghar angna ko chhode
anjaanon se naata jode

sukh ki badri
aansu ki barsaat
jab tak poore naa hon phere saat
tab tak dulhin nahin dulha ki

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4 Responses to "Jab tak poore na hon phere saat"

Congratulations Atul ji on covering all songs of ‘ Nadiya Ke Paar-1982’ 🙂

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YYIIPPEEEE!!!!!!

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Hi this film was make in my
Village.all team had come to appeal of hari Shankar
Shukla.

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