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Dil Gaya Dil Gaya Dil Gaya, Mera Sainyaan Mujhe Mil Gaya

Posted on: June 22, 2016


This article is written by Sudhir, 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.

Missing Films of 1960s – 21
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Gosh, I did not myself realize that the gap for my “nervous 999” was 52 days. When Khyati Ben specifically mentioned that number, I instinctively scrambled to check, and she is right. Somehow I was under the mistaken notion that I was within the month. But no, the gap was much more. And unhappily so. I did not intend for it to be so long – but then, as they say, the way to hell is paved with good intentions. 😉

Two things have been consuming practically all my time these days. The first one – my collection. Let me share a very unfortunate incident that happened with me about two months ago. As yet, I had shared this with Atul ji only. My laptop bag was stolen from my car, in broad daylight, on a busy street, with me and my driver both just right there next to the car. A very old trick, and we fell for it. I had gotten off the car to pick up some things from a shop. The driver was waiting next to the car. When I reached back, the driver tells me that the engine is leaking oil. I asked him how does he know. He says, just few seconds back, someone passed by and pointed to the oil stains in front of the car. Sometime, the thing that has to happen, happens. I asked him to unlock the car, put the shopping things inside, and walked with him to the front of the car. We opened the bonnet to inspect. I saw some oil spilled in the front. I touched it with my fingers, and suddenly the realization flashed. I told the driver, shut down the bonnet, the oil is cold, it cannot be from inside the engine. He pulled the restraining rod and lowered the bonnet. And I saw that the rear door of the car was open. My heart sank, as the full implication struck me like ton of bricks. I rushed towards the rear windows – yes the laptop bag was gone. It was lying on the floor between two seats, and it was no longer there. Our distraction, of going to the front of the car, opening the bonnet and closing it, would have lasted maybe just a minute or minute and a half. And in that much time, the miscreant had swiped the bag, and vanished. I tried to scan the moving people around that spot. There wasn’t a single quick or suspicious movement around. I quickly ran around a few yards in all directions, but there was nothing. Definitely the work of experts, in the face of stupid minds that fall for such basic tricks.

Of course all else that had to be done was done. Lot of time that afternoon and evening was spent with policemen and police officers. FIR was registered, all the necessary bureaucracy, including offers of reward and all, were completed. But it is more than two months now, and there is no information about this robbery. I have been diligently following up for weeks, but to no avail. A laptop theft is a very minor item on the priority list of the police, in the face of murders and drug dealers, and other general upkeep and support of the local political leaders and officials. For them, it is just a statistics.

For me, it was my years of work – all gone in a split second. Besides the laptop, the bag also contained 8 hard disks that carried my entire audio and video collection, built up and organized over many many years. What it means to me, I cannot explain to the police inspector or the havaldar – they will not understand. Collector friends and music lovers will understand the enormity of this incident. For others, it is simply a matter of few thousand, to replace the hardware and move forward.

You may ask why I was carrying ALL my collection at that time. Yes, careless of me, stupidly careless of me. Actually two or three days prior to this incident, we had our monthly get together of the music lovers group. I generally tend to carry all my stuff with me to these meetings, for reference purposes. Just that I had not got around to removing them from the bag after being done with the meeting. It was just sitting there.

I am sure the person who stole the bag, was probably expecting lot of cash; some such robberies continue to happen in the city. Instead he would have found a lot of hardware, which he would probably dispose off at very low rates. The police people told me that such incidents are generally the handiwork of drug addicts, who will expect to make a few thousand in such a act, good for them to get supplies for a few weeks. And the dealer who would take such items from them, well he would first erase all traces of previous ownership and then sell them. What a frustrating thought. I have been raising the level of the reward almost on a weekly basis, just on the thought that some right person may be tempted to gain more from the reward, rather than selling. But now, hope is taking on colors of futility.

The follow up with the police is tapering down, and I have lost all hope that anything may be recovered. I had an extra laptop at home. On the night of this incident, I worked all night to set up this new laptop. The work data backups was a few weeks old, so lost some weeks of work data and emails also. Regarding the music and the films, some things I have in back up, and a lot of other material that I had received from friends over the years, had to be recycled. Over the past few weeks, I have been able to pull back almost 70% of the lost material. However, this now has to be organized into the form that I had built up over so many years – the tagging and segregation etc. That is the most tedious and time consuming effort. It was earlier applied over some years – now I am trying to compress that task as quickly as possible, but not really making great progress. A personal scheme of detailed tagging that I have evolved over the years, now has to be applied all over again. Given the urgency and the volume of work, I seem to be moving really slow with it.

The second big time stealer for me these days is the reconstruction project for our family home.  The project now has been in progress for nearly 8 months. We are on the finishing phase at this time. As it gets closer to completion, it is taking up exponentially more and more time from me, as I am trying to keep a close watch on the multiple activities that are now converging rapidly. A casual stop by at the construction site means easily a couple or three hours gone. That is the other big activity that is commanding the time of my life these days.

In the midst of all this, for the past so many weeks, it has not been easy to find a good productive stretch of some hours to work on the special post. Atul ji had suggest often that I may combine the 1000th post with another celebration, but I had this idea in mind that I am going to specifically write about the blog, about Atul ji and our team, and not combine that with any other theme. So with all these circumstances, the special post kept getting deferred. I was continuously getting reminders, and yes, even threats, 🙂 on the side for this, from many friends in the circle. And then, finally I was able to get it done. I am glad it is behind us now. It took all this wait, and also a lot of time to get it done.

And because of this wait, all else, including the anniversaries, the celebration, the ongoing series articles – everything got on to a hold. Actually I did miss some special occasions for which I had draft posts already in place. And they will now come again, when suitable.

Picking up the threads from where they were suspended from many weeks ago. Here today is the next in the series that is home work to me from Khyati Ben – the 1960s films that are still to be introduced on the blog. Today’s film is ‘Tilasmi Duniya’ from 1962.

Back in 1946, another film of the same name was released. Our primary interest in that film has been that the music direction is by Sajjaad Sb. Much else is not known about that film, except the details available in the Geet Kosh. Of the total 10 songs of that film, six are traceable, and all have been posted here on this blog.

Coming to the 1962 film, as the name suggests, it is a fantasy, ‘jaadugar sainyyaan’ type film with a cast that was kind of typical in that era for such films – Daljeet, Krishna Kumari, Shaam Kumar, Sherry, SK Sham, Meera, Rafia, Maqbool, Lambu, Abu Bakar, Fazlu etc. etc. Coming from the banner of Abdul Kareem Productions, the film is directed by AM Khan.

The film has seven songs of which so far, 4 are traceable. The lyricists associated with this film are identified as Anjaan and Sartaj Romani. However, identification of songs written by them is not completely listed in the Geet Kosh. The song being presented today is written by Anjaan.

Music for the film is composed by an unfamiliar duo of music directors – Suresh-Talwar. Unfamiliar, as in almost no information about this pair is available.  Even Pankaj Rag’s tome about ‘Dhunon Ki Yatra’ does not provide much besides a passing mention. However, it seems that this pair was reasonably active in the 1950s and 60s. On our blog, we have 9 songs from seven films already represented here. As I checked the earlier posts, I find the following brief about them, posted by our own in house encyclopedia, our dear Arun ji, in his article for the song “Reshmi Ghataaon Ke Kaafile Chaley” from the 1963 film ‘Tarzan Aur Jaadugar’.

They were supposed to be the most successful C grade Music Directors around. they limited their operations to Action films only, though they did do a few social and religious films also. Starting with Hotel and Sair e Paristan(both 1958),they did Teerthyatra, Fashionable Wife and Sahil-1959, with D C Datt, their most famous film. Geeta Dutt’s song ‘Khatm kar de dastaan’ was included in her ‘Rare Gems’ casette by HMV. Another landmark film was Lady of the lake-1960. The song ‘Zun zun baaje’ was included in the best of Sudha Malhotra’s list by HMV. They also gave music to Elephant Queen, Jungle Boy, Rashtraveer Shivaji, Tilasmi Duniya, Tarzan and jadugar and finally Char Chkramin 1965.

Suresh, the Gujrati partner of this pair, also gave music independently to many films.

Today’s song is a duet sung by Suman Kalyanpur and Shaam Kumar. Shaam Kumar is a familiar persona in Hindi films. In terms of association, the 1949 film ‘Dulari’ has him singing a duet with Geeta Bali on screen. He has appeared in many films across the decades, mostly in side villain, boss’ sidekick, or small character roles. He makes a dramatic appearance just near the climax sequence in ‘Johnny Mera Naam’ (1970).  And his best exposition has been the article by Greta Memsaab on her blog – ‘The Cracktastic Villain

The film being an unknown, it is not possible to comment on the picturization of this song. But given that Shaam Kumar is in the star cast, it is very likely that he may have performed this song on screen, in the company of a lady character, maybe Krishna Kumari. Just speculating here.

A surprisingly wonderful duet that did not gain much attention, because it belongs to a B/C grade action / fantasy film. Listen to this gem of a song – these less heard B/C grade films are actually a great source of enjoyment. They have gems hidden within, that takes a pleasure to search for, and then the pleasure to listen to them – it is simply great.

(Note: I did find this song posted on YT, but when I listened, I find that it is truncated close the end of the song. So I pulled out the one in my collection, which is thankfully more complete and has all the lines till the end.)

 

Song – Dil Gaya Dil Gaya Dil Gaya Mera Sainyaan Mujhe Mil Gaya (Tilasmi Duniya) (1962) Singer – Suman Kalyanpur, Shaam Kumar, Lyrics – Anjaan, MD – Suresh-Talwar
Both

Lyrics

dil gaya dil gaya dil gaya
dil gaya dil gaya dil gaya
mera sainyaan

mera sainyaan mujhe mil gaya
ho oo oo
mera sainyaan mujhe mil gaya

mili jab se hain tujh se nigaahen
koi gul ye ajab khil gaya
koi gul ye ajab khil gaya
mera sainyaan
mera sainyaan mujhe mil gaya
ho oo oo
mera sainyaan mujhe mil gaya

haa haa haa aaa
haa haa haa
ho oo oo
hmm mmm mmm

aji ruk ruk ke thandi hawaa
aaa aaa aaa
kaho gup chup ye kehti hai kya
aaaaaa aaaaa
aji ruk ruk ke thandi hawaa
oo oo ooo
kaho gup chup ye kehti hai kya
meri dhadkan machalne lagi 
aaa aaa aaa
dil ki duniya badalne lagi
kiya kismet ne jaadu naya
kiya kismet ne jaadu naya
mera sainyaan
mera sainyaan mujhe mil gaya
ho oo oo
mera sainyaan mujhe mil gaya

haa haa haa aaa
haa haa haa
ho oo oo
hmm mmm mmm

teri surat ye bholi adaa
oo oo oo
dekhte hi mujhe kya hua
aaaaaa aaaaa
teri surat ye bholi adaa
oo oo oo
dekhte hi mujhe kya hua
koi aankhon mein chhaane laga
aaa aaa aaa
naye sapne dikhaane laga
chhaa gaya chhaa gaya kya nasha
chhaa gaya chhaa gaya kya nasha
mera sainyaan
mera sainyaan mujhe mil gaya
ho oo oo
mera sainyaan mujhe mil gaya

haa haa haa aaa
haa haa haa
oo oo oo
hmm mmm mmm

jahaan chhup chhup ke hum tum miley
ho oo oo
wahin dil dushmanon ke jaley
aaa aaa aaa
jahaan chhup chhup ke hum tum miley
oo oo oo
wahin dil dushmanon ke jaley
jo jaley un ko jalne bhi do
aaa aaa aaa
main tumhaari hoon tum mere ho
ab na tootey vacahan pyaar ka
ab na tootey vacahan pyaar ka
mera sainyaan
mera sainyaan mujhe mil gaya
ho oo oo
mera sainyaan mujhe mil gaya

dil gaya dil gaya dil gaya
mera sainyaan
mera sainyaan mujhe mil gaya

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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दिल गया दिल गया दिल गया
मेरा सैय्यां
मेरा सैय्यां मुझे मिल गया
हो ओ ओ
मेरा सैय्यां मुझे मिल गया

मिली जबसे हैं तुझसे निगाहें
कोई गुल ये अजब खिल गया
कोई गुल ये अजब खिल गया
मेरा सैय्यां
मेरा सैय्यां मुझे मिल गया
हो ओ ओ
मेरा सैय्यां मुझे मिल गया

हा हा हा आ
हा हा हा
हो ओ ओ
हम्म मम्म मम्म

अजी रुक रुक के ठंडी हवा
आ आ आ
कहो गुप चुप ये कहती है क्या
आssss आsss
अजी रुक रुक के ठंडी हवा
ओ ओ ओ
कहो गुप चुप ये कहती है क्या
मेरी धड़कन मचलने लगी
आ आ आ
दिल की दुनिया बदलने लगी
किया किस्मत ने जादू नया
किया किस्मत ने जादू नया
मेरा सैय्यां
मेरा सैय्यां मुझे मिल गया
हो ओ ओ
मेरा सैय्यां मुझे मिल गया

हा हा हा आ
हा हा हा
हो ओ ओ
हम्म मम्म मम्म

तेरी सूरत ये भोली अदा
ओ ओ ओ
देखते ही मुझे क्या हुआ
आssss आsss
तेरी सूरत ये भोली अदा
ओ ओ ओ
देखते ही मुझे क्या हुआ
कोई आँखों में छाने लगा
आ आ आ
नए सपने दिखाने लगा
छा गया छा गया क्या नशा
छा गया छा गया क्या नशा
मेरा सैय्यां
मेरा सैय्यां मुझे मिल गया
हो ओ ओ
मेरा सैय्यां मुझे मिल गया

हा हा हा आ
हा हा हा
हो ओ ओ
हम्म मम्म मम्म

जहां छुप छुप के हम तुम मिले
हो ओ ओ
वहीं दिल दुश्मनों के जले
आ आ आ
जहां छुप छुप के हम तुम मिले
ओ ओ ओ
वहीं दिल दुश्मनों के जले
जो जलें उनको जलने भी दो
आ आ आ
मैं तुम्हारी हूँ तुम मेरे हो
अब ना टूटे वचन प्यार का
अब ना टूटे वचन प्यार का
मेरा सैय्यां
मेरा सैय्यां मुझे मिल गया
हो ओ ओ
मेरा सैय्यां मुझे मिल गया

दिल गया दिल गया दिल गया
मेरा सैय्यां
मेरा सैय्यां मुझे मिल गया

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11 Responses to "Dil Gaya Dil Gaya Dil Gaya, Mera Sainyaan Mujhe Mil Gaya"

Sudhir ji,
Hoping and praying for a divine intervention for the earliest return of the treasure.
Only music lovers can understand the loss.

hullo Sudhirji
actually u had mentioned it to me sometime in April when i spoke to you about my son visiting delhi. though not in all the details about how you lost your laptop and years of work in one instant. and my son also told me that there was some work going on in your house. i thought that that was the reason for the delay in your post number 1000.
hoping that the idiots who stole the laptop atleast don’t format the stuff and good sense prevails and you get your treasure back.
praying to god

Came here after Mahesh ji mentioned that your 1001st posting is up on the blog. My heart sunk when I started reading your post. I can so imagine how it feels. Like Mahesh ji mentions above.. I seriously hope there is divine intervention and you get the laptop and hard disks back intact. We need to look at an online solution for things like this. Let us take it offline. Take care Sudhir ji.

Oh no! This is heartbreaking! Like Maheshji says, only a music lover or collector will understand the real loss. For the police, it is just a “loss of property” case which will be prioritised accordingly. Though it’s two months, hoping there’s some positive news that can still come from this. Please do continue to follow up, Sudhirji.

Am wondering if there is some way we can all help in rebuilding the collection? At least to the maximum possible extent? Please let us know, Sudhirji. Maybe worth a separate discussion via e-mail.

Sudhir ji,

I am simply shocked to learn about the theft of your Music treasure- a hard work of several years. I can imagine your condition that time.
In the 80s, I too had a taste of this,when my briefcase was stolen from my car in a matter of few minutes.
Of course your loss is incomparable with that. May be if the thief realises the importance of your videos and songs, he may contact one of your collector friends to sell them. Keep them alerted.
I feel so sorry as if I lost something. I can understand the value of the matter.
I pray to God that your stolen treasure (minus the laptop…does not matter) will be recovered by some miracle. We all wish you this.

-AD

Sudhir ji,

It is most unlikely…nay, impossible that Shyamkmar might have sung this song on screen.
It is well known that though Shyamkumar sang many songs, he was singularly unlucky that he never sang his own song on screen anytime. This is confirmed in an article published in LB No..48 of February 1982 also.
Shyam kumar sang in 14 films and acted in 94 films.
It is worth stressing here that even in film Dillagi-49, though he was acting in the film, he gave playback to the Hero Shyam in that famous song,’ tu mera chaand, main teri chandni’.
-AD

Dear Sudhirbhai,
No words can describe the pain that we all are feeling. During my visit to you last year, I have seen how hard you work to collect these songs and then work on all the details. I am and will hope that the stealer will have some ” sadbuddhi” and return your precious jewels to you soon.
Amen
Love and regards
Khyati

This is a lovely song to celebrate such an event, Sudhirji.

The loss of Laptop is an irreparable loss. I hope you build up a collection that was better than before. The true value of things cannot be judged by the money it generates. Only a connoisseur know the true value of things.

Sudhirbhai,
While reading your article, believe me, I had tears in my eyes. I know the hard work involved to arrange, classify the khajana for any collector. Long back I had suffered the similar mishap when my home desktop somehow caught fire and nothing was retrievable. My entire khajana of mostly songs in MP3 format now, is at YOUR service, in whichever way you think of copying them.
Sam-dukhiya,
Bharatbhai

Sudhir ji, feel very sad to hear about your irreparable loss. With the zeal that you are already showing to recover the lost data, I am sure you will gain all of it very soon.

I commiserate with your invaluable loss. Can we help in any way.

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