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Kiya piya pe kya jaadoo

Posted on: March 27, 2017


This article is written by Bharat Upadhyay, 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.

Genius of Jaidev – 58
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After a gap of a month, I have resumed contributing to this blog. The main reason was that I have migrated back to my adopted country and there was a big wedding in the family there. I hope Atulites may have not forgotten me. Did anyone miss me?

The 1986 film, Trikon Ka Chotha Kon, was produced and directed by Madhusudan. The main actors in the film were Vijayendra Ghatge, Swaroop Sampat and Priyadarshani, who formed the triangle of the story. The film had 3 songs, one each written by Mahadevi Varma, Shahryar and Maya Govind, and were set to music by Jaidev. One song, a duet by Bhupinder and Penaz Masani, penned by Shaharyar, is already covered on this musical blog.

The film failed at the box office and with it, its three gems of songs both in terms of musical compositions and lyrical contents were completely forgotten. The unlucky music director was none other than our genius Jaidev.

A lovely song, a melodious composition, sung so beautifully by Chhaya Ganguly, with subtle vocal curves and apt feelings. Indeed, this is a rare gem, but of course, when the music is Jaidev’s, we expect only excellence.

A beautiful song from the ’80s when the film-music, in general, was on a downhill, barring some songs here and there. The humble Jaidev, one of the greatest composers, kept on creating beautiful compositions based on classical music till the very end of his career.

Chhaya Ganguly has been a great singer and she rendered this song with complete justice to the words and melody. A rarely-heard song, this should be one of the examples for the current lot of film music directors, that such beautiful songs can be created even for a modern or contemporary settings in a film.

The poetess Maya Govind penned very few film songs, but she wrote simple yet lovely lyrics for this one, expressing the sentiments of the on-screen character enacted by Priyadarshini.


Song–Kiya Piya Pe Kya Jaadu Par Maine Kya Kiya (Trikon Ka Chautha Kon) (1986) Singer– Chhaaya Gaanguli, Lyrics– Maya Govind, MD– Jaidev

Lyrics

haule haule ras ghole bole mujh se jiya
kiya piya pe kya jaadu par maine kya kiya
kiya piya pe kya jaadu par maine kya kiya
ithalaayi itaraayi, itaraayi ithalaayi
puchhe mujh se jiya
kiya piya pe kya jaadu par maine kya kiya
kiya piya pe kya jaadu par maine kya kiya

soona aaa
soonaa than nagar, sooni sooni thi dagar
soonaa soonaa than nagar, sooni sooni thi sahar
unhe paa ke, apanaa ke
unhe paa ke apanaa ke poora sapana kiya
poora sapana kiya re poora sapana kiya
poora sapana kiya re par maine kya kiya
ithalaayi itaraayi, bole mujh se jiya
kiya piya pe kya jaadu par maine kya kiya
kiya piya pe kya jaadu par maine kya kiya

bina juhi huaa tan man huaa madhuban
huaa madhuban bina juhi huaa tan
bina juhi huaa tan man huaa madhuban
mujhe mile hai sajan mai to bani re dulhan
mai to bani re dulhan bani re dulhan
huaa baadal mora aanchal
huaa baadal mora aanchal darpan de diyaa
darpan de diyaa re darpan de diyaa
haule haule ras ghole bole mujh se jiya
kiya piya pe kya jaadu par maine kya kiya
ithalaayi itaraayi,
ithalaayi itaraayi itaraayi ithalaayi
puchhe mujh se jiya
kiya piya pe kya jaadu par maine kya kiya
kiya piya pe kya jaadu par maine kya kiya
kiya piya pe kya jaadu, kya jaadu kiya

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6 Responses to "Kiya piya pe kya jaadoo"

Very beautiful song .
Thanks and regards for sharing

missing you a lot Saheb ji !!! (wo ek hi to mulaaqaat huyi thi aapse …) ( 🙂 )
thanks for the post and this lovely song. enjoyed the song and liked it very much.
during my stay at Nagpur, we used to listen the Vividh Bharati FM and there Chhaya Ganguly’s name was very frequent in many of the programs and they used to play one particular ghazal (also frequently) which i liked very much (I am forgetting it now)…
thanks again 🙂

Do you mean Chhaya-ji’s ‘Aap Ki Yaad Aati Rahi Raatbhar’?

Prakashbhai,
Is it not the same video? and by the way, the title ‘Piya piya’ does not meke any sense, it is ‘Kiya Piya Pe Kya Jaadu.
Please DO NOT get offended.

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