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Paisa ye paisa

Posted on: March 30, 2017


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 atulwaasis

Last song! Last song! Last Song!

No this is the first song that runs with the movie’s title cards. It is a stage show that introduces the central character Monty played by Chintu alias Rishi Kapoor. He is a singer cum dancer cum guitarist with a large fan following. He has many successful shows to his credit but is forbidden from doing private shows.

But when he falls in love with a young ‘Tina’ (he doesn’t know who she is or where she is from at this juncture) at a party, he forgets the contract and croons “Dard-e-dil Dard-e-jigar” and earns the wrath of his mentor cum employer. He sings “om shanti om” dreaming about the girl he had seen at the party and at the end of the show strums a particular tune, without having ever heard it or composed it before.

The particular tune seems to come from somewhere deep within him and at the end of it he falls unconscious. He is treated by a psychiatrist (Iftikhar) who promptly pronounces that this has to do something with a previous birth but he is not sure of his own diagnosis, anyway he follows the age-old tradition of filmy doctors and advises that Monty needs rest and a hill station is the best place for it. (why don’t our doctors prescribe this for us?)

so off goes our hero to OOTY and directly bumps into Tina and the declares his love for her in front of her guardian (Pran). But is it a case of all is well and that ends well? No! now our hero sees certain sights which he connects as to be from his previous birth and searches out his mother, sister and wife from the previous birth, if he has searched out his mother and sister out of love; his reason to look for his previous-birth wife is avenge his own death/murder in that birth. Phew! now we have the climax stage song “ik haseena thi” which makes Simi (his wife from previous birth) squirm in her seat. Then follows the climax and then we say “THE END” to the movie.

The movie had two other songs “Main solah baras ki Tu satra baras ka” and “Kamaal hai kamaal hai” pushed into the narrative and didn’t actually look out of place. And then there was one more song which was penned by Anand Bakshi and which came with the movie title. I just remembered a small tit-bit about this song which I heard in an interview of Subhash Ghai’s on TV along time back. He was talking about ‘Karz’ and how Rishi Kapoor was not physically present during most of the shoot of this song. Apparently, he was a busy actor/ star then and so Ghai had to make do with Rishi’s body double for the “Paisa Ye Paisa” (today’s song) song. He later added the parts where Rishi’s close-ups were needed.

As I revisited the posts for songs from this movie I noticed that “om shanti om” was posted on February 9th 2009 and at that time Atulji had not yet started the system of colour coding for singers and the lyrics had only what Kishore Kumar sang (I was looking for what the chorus were singing in between the stanzas. Do they say ‘love love love’?)

Let us have this last song today (30 march 2017) on the occasion of Anand Baksmi’s 15th death anniversary. It had music by Laxmi-Pyare and Kishore Kumar is the playback.

With this it is curtains on Karz (1980).


Song-Paisa ye paisa (Karz)(1980) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
Chorus
Female chorus
Male chorus

Lyrics

La la la laaaa (ek do teen)
La la la la laaaa (char paanch)
La la la laaaa (che saat aath)
La la la la laaaa (saat aath nau dus)

La la laaa
Ek
La la la laaa
paisa ye paisa,
La la la la laaa
do
La la la laaa
paisa hai kaisa
teen
La la la la laaa
nahin koi aisa
chaar
jaisa ye paisa
paanch
ke ho museebat
chhe
naa ho museebat
saath
museebat
aath
naa ho museebat
saat aath nau dus

ek
paisa ye paisa,
La la la laaa
do
paisa hai kaisa
La la la laaaa
teen
nahin koi aisa
La la la laaaa
chaar
jaisa ye paisa
La la la laaaa
paanch
ke ho museebat,
chhe
naa ho museebat
saat
ho museebat
aath
naa ho musibat
saat aath nau das

ek
La la la laaa
paisa ye paisa
do
La la la laaa
paisa hai kaisa
teen
La la la laaa
nahin koi aisa
chaar
La la la laaa
jaisa ye paisa
paanch
ke ho museebat
chhe
naa ho museebat
saat
ho museebat
aath
naa ho museebat
saat aath nau das

prem dekha pyar dekha,
yaari dekhi yaar dekha
prem dekha pyar dekha,
yaari dekhi yaar dekha
dil ke aar paar dekha,
ye sara sansaar dekha
upar niche andar baahar,
door paas mausam hai ek jaisa
paisa paisa paisa paisa
paisa
Ek
La la la laaa
paisa ye paisa,
La la la la laaa
do
La la la laaa
paisa hai kaisa
teen
La la la la laaa
nahin koi aisa
chaar
jaisa ye paisa
paanch
ke ho museebat
chhe
naa ho museebat
saath
museebat
aath
naa ho museebat
saath aath nau dus

La la la laaaa (ek do teen)
La la la la laaaa (char paanch)
La la la laaaa (che saat aath)
La la la la laaaa (saat aath nau dus)

Ek
La la la laaa
paisa ye paisa,
La la la la laaa
do
La la la laaa
paisa hai kaisa
teen
La la la la laaa
nahin koi aisa
char
jaisa ye paisa
paanch
ke ho musibat
chhe
naa ho museebat
saath
museebat
aath
naa ho museebat
saath aath nau dus

ek
La la la laaa
paisa ye paisa
do
La la la laaa
paisa hai kaisa
teen
La la la laaa
nahin koi aisa
chaar
La la la laaa
jaisa ye paisa
paanch
ke ho museebat
chhe
naa ho museebat
saat
ho museebat
aath
naa ho museebat
saat aath nau das

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