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Un Se Meri Pehli Mulaqaat Ho Gai

Posted on: July 8, 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 – 22
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‘Toofaani Tarzan’ – a picture with this name was produced and released way back in 1937. That film was produced by Wadia Movietone, and the title role of Tarzan was performed by John Cawas. The film had three songs, written by Pandit Gyan, and composed by Master Mohammad. All three songs are in the voice of Ahmed Dilawar. Interestingly, the film itself is available, as are the three songs on 78 rpm records published under the ‘Twin Records’ label.

Fast forward 25 years, and on to 1962. Another film with the same title, was released this year. This time, the production banner for this stunt genre film, is Navshakti Films, Bombay. The title role was performed by Azaad. The five songs of this film are written by Saba Afghani and the music is by Iqbal. As noted in some of the earlier posts which carry songs composed by this music director, almost no information is traceable him. It is quite sure that this person is not the same as the other music director, Iqbal Qureshi. Pankaj Raag presents a brief list of films and their songs, which have the music from Iqbal. The description is about one page in his book ‘Dhunon Ki Yatra’. However, the author has also stated that he has not been able to trace out any other information about this music director.

The film itself is not available. I had earlier mentioned about the 1937 film, only to compare the availability. The 1937 film, being from the house of Wadia, has had a better luck for being cared for and preserved. But this film from 1962 seems to have suffered a very different fate.

Geet Kosh lists 5 songs for this film, which possibly could have been released on three 78 rpm discs. One of the songs is a qawwaali that expectedly could have been on two sides of one record. In terms of availability, information about only one physical 78 rpm record is traceable. This rare gramophone record is not easily available.

The record has two songs both sung by Asha Bhosle. The recordings of these songs were shared with me by another dear collector friend, Deepak Chaudhry, of Amaravati. With this post, the film ‘Toofaani Tarzan’ of 1962 makes a debut on our blog, and one of the two available songs is presented here. A light romantic song of the first love, the first encounter of a young lady with her beau, and all the emotions, the aches and pains, and the joys of losing one’s heart, are flowing through in the words of this song.

An attractive delightful melody, sounds so fresh and young even today, more than five decades after its creation. Listen and enjoy.

Song – Un Se Meri Pehli Mulaqaat Ho Gai (Toofaani Tarzan) (1962) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Saba Afghani, MD – Iqbal

Lyrics

un se meri
un se meri pehli mulaqaat ho gai
un se meri pehli mulaqaat ho gai
ho ji aankhon hi aankhon mein baat ho gai
haan ji baat ho gai
un se meree…
un se meri pehli mulaqaat ho gai
ho ji aankhon hi aankhon mein baat ho gai
haan ji baat ho gai

ooo ooo ooooooo
oo oo ooo

chhede papiha bhi mujhe
pee kahaan boley
bhed zamaane se mere pyar ka kholey
dil ko thaam loon
un ka naam loon
dil ko thaam loon
un ka naam loon
jin ke pyaar mein ye baat ho gai
un se meri
un se meri pehli mulaqaat ho gai
ho ji aankhon hi aankhon mein baat ho gai
haan ji baat ho gai

laakh mein chaahun ke mohabbat ko chhupa loon
ek machalta hua dil kaise sambhaaloon
haaye kya karoon
un se kya kahoon
haaye kya karoon
un se kya kahoon
ab to dil se dil ki baat ho gai
un se meri
un se meri pehli mulaqaat ho gai
ho ji aankhon hi aankhon mein baat ho gai
haan ji baat ho gai

ooo ooo ooooooo
oo oo ooo

aaj adaaon ka meri dhang naya hai
haar ke dil maine unhen dekh liya hai
pehla pyar hai
pehli haar hai
pehla pyar hai
pehli haar hai
phir bhi jeet mere saath ho gai
un se meri
un se meri pehli mulaqaat ho gai
ho ji aankhon hi aankhon mein baat ho gai
haan ji baat ho gai

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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उनसे मेरी
उनसे मेरी पहली मुलाक़ात हो गई
उनसे मेरी पहली मुलाक़ात हो गई
हो जी आँखों ही आँखों में बात हो गई
हाँ जी बात हो गई
उनसे मेरी॰॰॰
उनसे मेरी पहली मुलाक़ात हो गई
हो जी आँखों ही आँखों में बात हो गई
हाँ जी बात हो गई

ओss ओss ओssssss
ओs ओs ओss

छेड़े पपीहा भी मुझे
पी कहाँ बोले
भेद ज़माने से मेरे प्यार के खोले
दिल को थाम लूँ
उन का नाम लूँ
दिल को थाम लूँ
उन का नाम लूँ
जिनके प्यार में ये बात हो गई
उनसे मेरी
उनसे मेरी पहली मुलाक़ात हो गई
हो जी आँखों ही आँखों में बात हो गई
हाँ जी बात हो गई

लाख मैं चाहूँ के मोहब्बत को छुपा लूँ
एक मचलता हुआ दिल कैसे संभालूँ
हाय क्या करूँ
उनसे क्या कहूँ
हाय क्या करूँ
उनसे क्या कहूँ
अब तो दिल से दिल की बात हो गई
उनसे मेरी
उनसे मेरी पहली मुलाक़ात हो गई
हो जी आँखों ही आँखों में बात हो गई
हाँ जी बात हो गई

ओss ओss ओssssss
ओs ओs ओss

आज अदाओं का मेरी ढंग नया है
हार के दिल मैंने उन्हें देख लिया है
पहला प्यार है
पहली बार है
पहला प्यार है
पहली बार है
फिर भी जीत मेरे साथ हो गई
उनसे मेरी
उनसे मेरी पहली मुलाक़ात हो गई
हो जी आँखों ही आँखों में बात हो गई
हाँ जी बात हो गई

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1 Response to "Un Se Meri Pehli Mulaqaat Ho Gai"

Sudhir ji,

When you say this MD Iqbal is surely not the more famous one Iqbal Qureshi, you are very right..
I have written about this Iqbal, MD in my article ” Same name confusion” two years back, on Anmol Fankaar. Recently Songs of yore of our AK ji has also republished this article on 10-5-2016.
For the benefit of our readers,I reproduce the relevant portion about Iqbal here..
” While Iqbal qureshi’s career spanned between 1958 to 1991, there was another MD by the name of IQBAL (Md. Iqbal),who operated between 1953 to 1975. This Iqbal was known as ” Chhota Iqbal”, probably based on the heights of these two Iqbals.

He started his career with Malika Saloni-53. He gave music to 21 films and 2 unreleased films. His films are-
Malika Saloni-53
Jaadugar-54
Jaasoos-55
Sakhi lutera-55
Anokha Jungle-56
Sipah Salaar-56
Gypsie-57
Chetak aur Rana Pratap-58
Black Mailer-59
hero No. 1- 59
Toofani Teerandaz-59
Wrong Number-59
Diler Haseena-60
Gun Fight-60
Jaalim Jaadugar-60
Night Bird-61
Toofani Tarzan-62
Kaala Jaadu-63
Black Arrow-65
Fauladi Mukka-65
Agent 302-1963
Unreleased….Gypsie-66 and Raajkumar Sooraj-75

Iqbal never compromised on quality singers and used Rafi, Suman Kalyanpur, Asha, Khan Mastana, Meena Kapoor, Madhubala Zaveri, Mubarak Begum, Mahendra Kapoor, Ismail Azad Qawwal, Talat Mehmood, S.Balbir, Minu Purushottam, Chandbala etc. His songs do not include, possibly, any Lata number.

After films, he composed several Muslim devotionals with Mukesh and few Gazals with Shailendra Singh. His one song from film ” Sipah Salar”-56-a Talat-Asha duet is included by HMV in their Classic range.
With all this, IQBAL remained a small time composer, an action film MD, unlike his Same Name counterpart who bathed in the glory of Hit songs. Iqbal’s only hit film,’Sipah salar’ is also invariably included in Iqbal Qureshi’s filmography, which is injustice to poor IQBAL ! ”

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