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Bhare pade hain is duniya mein

Posted on: February 20, 2016


This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, 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’s song is from the film Chandan-1958. This film was more famous for the popular song “Bada hi C.I.D. hai ye neeli chhatriwala”, lip synced by Johnny Walker in the film, more than for anything else. Actually,almost all songs were good, I feel.

The Music Director for this film was Madan Mohan. A lot has been said and written about Madan Mohan and Lata’s songs in his films and his so called “dependence” on her singing. Some people went to the extent of saying “remove Lata from Madan Mohan’s songs and he is Zero”. I do not subscribe to this unfair statement. Madan Mohan’s music was much beyond Lata Mangeshkar. Here is one type of statistics.

Music Director Total Songs Songs of Lata % of total songs Rank
Shankar Jaikishan 1280 453 35 1
C Ramchandra 932 298 32 2
Roshan 460 146 32 3
Madan Mohan 684 210 31 4
S D Burman 717 182 25 5
Naushad 648 155 24 6

One should consider a point here, that both Naushad and C.Ramchandra started their films from the early 40s. C Ramchandra started using Lata only from 1947 and Naushad from 1949. If you remove songs of C Ramchandra till 1946 from his total songs and then see statistically how much share Lata got from his songs., then he easily crosses 40 %.

Similarly Naushad, with the same yardstick will touch 33 %.

Shankar Jaikishan, Roshan, Madan Mohan and S D Burman used Lata from the beginning of their films. This way Madan Mohan’s rank will go down to 5.

This only confirms that Madan Mohan was not dependent on Lata’s songs, as generally believed by the majority. No doubt, of course, that Lata gave him her better songs in this period.

Statistics is such a science that it can give misleading conclusions if the parameters of comparison are not on equal grounds. As is said, “comparison can only be done for like with like “.

Madan Mohan was perhaps one of the few composers who had as many as three Heroines in 3 films. He did full justice to all of them by giving equal songs to them in the films, wherever possible.

In the film Bhai Bhai-56, he gave Nimmi- “Kadar jaane na”, Nirupa Roy- “Mera chhotasa dekho ye sansar hai” and to Shyama- “Ae dil mujhe bata de “. In film Dekh kabeera roya-57, he gave Ameeta- “Meri beena tum bin roye”, to Anita Guha- Äshkon se teri ham ne ” and to Shubha Khote- “Tu pyar karen ya thukrayen”. In the film Chandan, he divided 3 stanzas of the song ” ye gesu khule khule se ” among the 3 Heroines- Nutan, Shyama and Mala Sinha.

Film Chandan was directed by M.V.Raman, one of the early successful directors from the South. He entered Hindi films with his first successful film ‘Bahar”-1951, which was a remake of his own Debut Tamil film”Vazhkai”-1949.

M.V.Raman-Mahalingam Venkatramana Raman, was born in Tiruchirapally in Tamilnadu on 26-6-1913. He joined AVM as its paid employee, first as an Editor and then from 1949 as a Director. He directed films in Tamil,Telugu and Hindi. He started with Tamil film Vazhkai-1949, in which Vyjayanti mala debuted. In 1950 a remake in Telugu was made in the name of Jeevitham and then in 1951 a Hindi remake by name of Bahar was made. Vyjyanti Mala made her debut with these 3 films, all directed by Raman. When AVM found that this trilingual formula succeeded, they did another triple film. Tamil film Penn was remade in Telugu as Sangham and in Hindi as Ladki in 1953. Vyjyanti Mala was the heroine in In all these films.

In 1957, Raman produced the film Aasha in Hindi under his own banner Raman Pictures. He then made its Tamil Version Athisaya Penn, for which C.Ramchandra was again the music director. C Ramchnadra was one of the composers from Bombay who was quite popular with Madras Producers. Incidentally the first film for which C Ramchandra had given music in his career was a Tamil film ! In all, Raman directed 18 films, 8 in Hindi and 10 in Tamil and Telugu. His last film was Jwala-1971.

Today’s song by Kishore kumar is a typical Kishore song of the 50s. Kishore was creating waves with his comedy films and comedy songs in the 50s. This song also reflects the Rock N Roll music craze in Hindi films during that period. This is one of the very few western type of songs Madan Mohan gave us-mostly with Kishore Kumar. Incidentally, this was the only song that Kishore had in the film, though he was one of the Heroes in the film. I am sure you will enjoy this song as much as I did….


Song-Bhare pade hain is duniya mein (Chandan)(1958) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Madan Mohan

Lyrics

bhare pade hain is duniya mein akal ke andhe
nakal ke dhandhe
akal ke andhe nakal ke dhandhe
jhooth ke bande hey
bhare pade hain is duniya mein
akal ke andhe
nakal ke dhandhe
akal ke andhe
nakal ke dhandhe
jhooth ke bande hey

ye duniya ik mandi hai
jahaan dharam bikey imaan bikey
ye duniya ik mandi hai
jahaan dharam bikey imaan bikey
wo pooja nagad naaraayan ki
aur takey takey insaan bikey
har soorat ke
har size ke
har soorat ke
har size ke
har fashion ke
har modal ke
bhare pade hain
bhare pade hain is duniya mein
akal ke andhe
nakal ke dhandhe
akal ke andhe
nakal ke dhandhe
jhoot ke bande hoye

jhoothe ko yahaan badhiya maanen aur sachche ko ghatiya
jhoothe ko yahaan badhiya maanen aur sachche ko ghatiya
jidhar bhi dekho fatfat daudhe jhoothon ki fatfatiya
sach ke tyre
phate pade hain
phat
phat
sach ke tyre phate pade hain
ghise pade hain sade pade hain
bhare pade hain
bhare pade hain is duniya mein akal ke andhe
nakal ke dhandhe
akal ke andhe
nakal ke dhandhe
jhooth ke bande hey

bhoole se mil jaaye bhi jo banda koi sayaana
bhoole se mil jaaye bhi jo banda koi sayaana
paglon ke sang baith ke wo bhi ho jaaye deewaana
paagal khaane
jail aur thaane
jail aur thaane
paagal khaane
paagal khaane
jail aur thaane
bhare pade hain
bhare pade hain
is duniya mein
akal ke andhe
nakal ke dhandhe
akal ke andhe
nakal ke dhandhe
jhooth ke bande
tadatada papapapa
tiditidi tu
tudu tudu
akal ke andhe
nakal ke dhandhe
aa haa haa

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