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Jaipur ki choli mangwa de re sainyyaa

Posted on: October 16, 2016


This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, 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.

Hullo to all in Atuldom

What is special today (16 october 2016)? It is the birthday of Hema-Dream Girl- Malini. She is still a dream to look at.

I had been to this show last month here in Bangalore where she was in chat with Kabir Bedi. (I had mentioned this in the post on Dev Anand’s birth anniversary.) It made my hair stand on end (as they say in Hindi- rongte khade ho gaye!)to see my favourite, since I was a child, at such close proximity. I felt like a kid once again. They played a clip from “Seeta aur Geeta”, the one where Manorama goes to the police station with Satyen Kappu to coax a very naughty Geeta to go home with them. The scene with the dialogue-“neeche aa beti.” To which Geeta replies: “oopar aa moti”. My mother used to tell me that as a child I had caught this dialogue and kept repeating it from the time we stepped out of the theatre after seeing the movie.

This went on till Basanti came along with her “Haan Babuji kahaan jaana hain Bolo?” monologue. Hema mentioned this monologue too during the course of the programme. She mentioned that initially she it was difficult to mouth the two page mono. She also mentioned how she was reluctant to do the movie as she felt that she had a very small part in the movie, but a persistent Ramesh Sippy didn’t take no for an answer and as they say it turned out to be a once-in-a-lifetime role for Hema.

By the time Seeta aur Geeta happened she had already acted with all the leading heroes of that era- Dev Anand, Raj Kumar, Raj Kapoor, Shammi Kapoor, Shashi Kapoor, Rajendra Kumar Dharamendra etc. she was also paired with the upcoming actors of those times- Rakesh Roshan, Parikshit Sahni, Rajesh Khanna, Jeetendra etc. Kabir Bedi asked her about her comfort level with her costars, to which she replied that it was almost like a picnic with people like Jeetendra or Amitabh Bachchan as they were not very much older than her. To a question about why after the success of “Andaz” there weren’t any movies of hers with Rajesh Khanna she replied that possibly he was too busy romancing Asha Parekh, Mumtaz and Sharmila Tagore. (showed that she had a sense of humor)

Any talk about Hema is incomplete without mentioning her dancing skills. She was saying (in the show) that she was very passionate towards dance from childhood. So that she could get training under good gurus her parents relocated to Madras (now Chennai). Her mother Jaya Chakravarty was a fan of an old time classical dancer after whom she named her daughter Hema. Hema’s daughters are also trained in the classical art forms and accompany her on various dance festivals. But she says that for a trained classical dancer she found adapting to filmy choreography was very difficult to start with.

Today on her birthday let us wish her a Very Happy Birthday with this song from “Gehri Chaal”. It has her dancing with Jeetendra. They are on a mission to outwit Bindu and get some locket from her which will aid Jeetu in solving some embezzlement case in a bank where Hema’s father was employed. The song writer here is Rajinder Krishan and Laxmikant Pyarelal were the music directors. With this song Gehri Chaal makes its debut on the blog.

A very Happy Birthday to Basanti alias Hema- Dream Girl- Malini.

Audio

Video

Song-Jaipur ki choli mangwa de re sainyaan (Gehri Chaal)(1973) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

jaipur ki choli
mangwa de re sainyaan
kesar ke rang mein
rangva de sainyaan
jaipur ki choli
mangwa de re sainyaan
kesar ke rang mein
rangva de sainyaan
ae jaipur ki choli kya
tere ishaare par
likh doon main naam tere jaipur khareed kar
jaipur ki choli kya
tere isaare par
likh dun main naam tere jaipur khareedkar

jaipur ki choli mangwa de re sainyaan
kesar ke rang mein rangva de sainyaan

choli ke peechhe
locket ka pat ho
yaad rakh baalma
yeh kaam jhatpat ho
ho ho ho ho ho ho
hoho
choli ke peechhe locket ka pat ho
yaad rakh baalma
yeh kaam jhatpat ho
ye jhatpat hoga
phataafat hoga
mohabbat ki khatir phataafat hoga
choodiyon se bhar doonga teri kalaiyaan
choodiyon se bhar doonga teri kalaiyaan

jaipur ki choli
mangwa de re sainyaan
kesar ke rang mein
rangva de sainyaan

ehe
ahe
hoho
oho
aha
hoho
ehe
aha

pahanke wo choli main jaungi aagra
aagre se le dena sainyaan mujhe ghaagara
ho ho ho ho ho ho hohoho
pahanake wo choli
main jaaungi aagra
aagre se le dena sainyan mujhe ghaagara
o ghaagara bhi le doon
main aagra bhi le du
banawake sone ka taaj mehal de doon
magar shart yeh hai
ke loonga balaiyaan
magar shart yeh hai, ke loonga balaiyaan

jaipur ki choli mangawa de re sainyaan
kesar ke rang mein rangava de sainyaan
jaipur ki choli
mangawa de re sainyaan
kesar ke rang mein
rangava de sainyaan
ae jaipur ki choli kya
tere isaare par
likh doon main naam tere jaipur khareed kar

jaipur ki choli mangawa de re saiyaan
kesar ke rang mein
rangava de saiyaan

5 Responses to "Jaipur ki choli mangwa de re sainyyaa"

Good post, Peevisie’s Mom – especially the part about the show where you got a chance to see Hema Malini in person, and listen to her anecdotes. It is always fun to listen to artistes narrate stories from their past, it takes one down memory lane.

In those days, I wasn’t a Hema or Rekha fan – but without doubt, they rose to the top of the Hindi film industry inspite of the language handicap. So they deserve a lot of credit for this, which I can now appreciate, a little late in life. 🙂

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Thank u rajaji. I had written a lot more abt how jeetendra had played messenger for sanjeev Kumar. And when she said not interested he asked then wat abt me? But all this got lost in the power outage b4 I cud save my work. So wat I finally sent was an abridged version of wat I had intended

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Jaipur and Agra seems to be the fashion market for fair-ones during those musical days.

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