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Jaake naina matwaale hain

Posted on: December 9, 2016


This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, 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.

PYAAS (1941) was produced under the banner of Ranjit Movietone for Murli Movietone and it was directed by Ram Daryani. The star cast included Ishwarlal, Snehprabha Pradhan, Shamim, E Billimoria, Nazir, Gulab, Gope, Sharifa etc.

The film was reviewed in March 1942 issue of ‘Filmindia’ magazine. For a change, the reviewer has praised its director Ram Daryani for an all-round delightful entertainment through well-balanced ingredients of comedy, pathos, romance and music.

The story of the film is as under:

Rai Saheb Bhagwandas (Nazir) is a rich man with a modern outlook. His wife has been ailing for some time and is under the treatment of Dr. Sunderlal (E Billimoria) who plots to get rid of Rai Saheb’s wife and her child to install his niece Menaka (Sharifa) as his wife. The ailing wife suspects the plot and one day she runs away from home with her child. She walks to a nearby village and handover the child to the Village Chief.

After some days, a dead body of a woman is fished out from a river which turns out to be that of Rai Saheb’s ailing wife. He is heart-broken. He searches for the child but fails to find the baby. In the meanwhile, Dr Sunderlal has managed to get married his niece Menaka to Rai Saheb. Now, Dr Sunderlal starts blackmailing his own niece and manage to extract money from her.

The adopted child of Village Chief has now grown up as Chiman and finds a playmate Radha (Snehprabha Pradhan), the daughter of a village doctor. One day, Rai Saheb and his party come to the village for a picnic. Coincidentally, Chiman and Radha meet Rai Saheb who introduces Roop (Shamim), the daughter of Rai Saheb’s close friend, to both of them.

Chiman goes to the city and meets Roop and her elite circle of people. Chiman is fascinated by the glamour of the city. However, Radha compels Chiman to return to the village. At this stage, Relu, a village eccentric who secretly loves Radha, picks up a quarrel with Chiman and spills the beans regarding the mystery of his parentage. Chiman is devastated by the revelation and goes to the city to find out his real parent unmindful of the fact that Rai Saheb whom he has met is his real father.

During his search for his real father, Chiman meets Dr Sunderlal who tries to kill him by injecting some poison but is saved by Roop. Having completely exposed of his wrong doing, Dr Sunderlal commits suicide. Chiman is restored to his real father, Rai Saheb. Chiman, now a rich man, moves with Roop. Rai Bahadur is happy that Chiman is liking the company of Roop and holds an reception to announce the engagement of Chiman with Roop. During the reception, Chiman remembers Radha but under pressure, he has to reluctantly agree for the announcement of his engagement with Roop. Radha steps into the reception hall and Chiman runs towards Radha.

Now, there is a competition as to who would sacrifice the love for Chiman – Radha or Roop. Ultimately, it is Roop who sees Chiman’s emotional attachment to Radha and decides to give up her claim over Chiman. Radha gets married to Chiman.

The film had 9 songs, all written by D N Madhok which were set to music by Khemchand Prakash. Here is the first song from the film ‘jaake naina matwaale hain baal ghunghur waale hain’ to appear on the Blog. The song is sung by Ishwarlal, Shamim, Snehprabha Pradhan and Chorus. It is obvious that all the three have sung on themselves in the film. This is a typical song set in the background of love triangle in which Ishwarlal and Shamim sing Krishna song and Snehprabha Pradhan sings the song waiting for her ‘Sainyyan’ to return to her.

With this song, ‘Pyaas’ (1941) makes its debut in the Blog.

Audio Clip:

Song-Jaake naina matwaale hain (Pyaas)(1941) Singers-Ishwarlal, Shamim, Snehprabha Pradhan, Lyrics-D N Madhok, MD-Khemchand Prakash
Chorus

Lyrics

jaake naina matwaale hain
baal ghunghur waale hain
jaake naina matwaale hain
baal ghunghur waale hain
wohi morey shyaam
wohi morey shyaam
wohi morey shyaam
wohi morey shyaam
wohi morey shyaam

jaaki ter(??) pyaari pyaari hai
naam banwaari hai
jaaki ter(??) pyaari pyaari hai
naam banwaari hai
wohi morey shyaam
wohi morey shyaam
wohi morey shyaam
wohi morey shyaam
wohi morey shyaam

jamuna ke tat pe charaawe hai jo gaiyaa
jamuna ke tat pe charaawe hai jo gaiyaa
khud jaa(?) ke kaam karen raadha ji ke sainyaan
khud jaa(?) ke kaam karen raadha ji ke sainyaan

wohi morey shyaam
wohi morey shyaam
wohi morey shyaam
wohi morey shyaam
wohi morey shyaam

hans hans ke man har liye jaayen
hans hans ke man har liye jaayen
manmohan jag mein kahlaayen
manmohan jag mein kahlaayen

wohi morey shyaam
wohi morey shyaam
wohi morey shyaam
wohi morey shyaam
wohi morey shyaam

sooraj dhalta jaaye
sooraj dhalta jaaye
ajhun naa aaye
ajhun naa aaye
sooraj dhalta jaaye
sooraj dhalta jaaye
jhhoothi saans jhhoothon ki baaten
jhhoothi saans jhhoothon ki baaten
man pe chhaayi kaali raaten
man pe chhaayi kaali raaten
ghadi ghadi bhar aaye
ghadi ghadi bhar aaye
sooraj dhalta jaaye
sooraj dhalta jaaye
sooraj dhalta jaaye

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1 Response to "Jaake naina matwaale hain"

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