Advertisements

Atul’s Song A Day- A choice collection of Hindi Film & Non-Film Songs

Aao Ji Aao Na, Dil Mein Samaao Na

Posted on: April 24, 2017


This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, 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.

Atul ji’s 10K Song Milestone Celebrations – 3
——————————————————————–

This is a very special day, a very special occasion. Our leader of the Blog, Atul ji, has completed individual 10,000 posts.

What an achievement ! 10,000 song posts, with Lyrics and a related text to go with it, posted by a single person !!

This must enter the Record Books !!!

I first came across the Blog, sometime in late 2010 or may be early 2011. I was quite impressed with the presentation, collection of the songs and the comments made by readers. My first comment on the Blog was to appreciate Atul ji and the efforts taken by the Blog to present old songs, with lyrics. Slowly,I started giving my own comments on the Blog. Encouraged by Atul ji and others, I soon became a regular here and shared what I knew about old films and its music.

In the process of commenting, my first article (post) was posted on the Blog on 1-10-2012. Atul ji was kind enough to write the lyrics of the song, on my behalf. (This special help in lyrics writing continues even today – after more than 570 song posts – thanks to his generosity 🙂 ). Atul ji was very encouraging and prodded me to continue writing regularly. I too learned quite a lot from the comments of readers on various songs daily. It actually became a routine for me to visit the Blog first thing in the morning and following it through the entire day. I know many of the regulars too have this same habit.

Though I was very active on internet and was a member of several groups, and my articles were posted on different sites, blogs and group fora, my heart remained with Atul ji’s Blog. This was because I was impressed with his dedication and hard work in keeping the flock together and serving the music lovers of the world. As per a report by Word Press, this Blog  reaches 298 countries of the world in all continents and Atul ji’s songs give joy and pleasure to millions all over. During the last few years I met several regulars of the Blog and also attended Gangouts in Mumbai and Bengaluru. This Blog gave me several online friends,

In all these years, I was very curious to know who this Atul ji is. In due course of time, I came to know more about him, saw his photographs and even became his “friend “on Facebook, when he started his own page. I, however, missed the golden opportunity to meet him personally, when he attended the first ever Gangout in Mumbai in December 2014, which I could not attend unfortunately. Meanwhile we became quite well known to each other by exchange of mails, Whatsapp and Blog’s multiple activities.

I have always wondered, what sort of energy this person has ! How does he manage his job, family life and the Blog activity- all at the same time? Atul ji’s posts are full of knowledge and statistics. The kind of joy Atul ji has provided to the millions of music lovers all over the world is simply incomparable. It is a matter of pride that he runs a unique Blog, which is perhaps the only one of its kind in the whole world ! All this prompted me to write a small poem on Atul ji…..

suno ji suno,
yeh hai mera pyara
sub ka dil lubhaanewala,
Gaanewala, Ranchiwala……..1

ye koi khel nahi hai
itna aasan nahi hai
yadein taaza karnewala
Gaanewala, Ranchiwala…….2

duniya is ko dekh rahi hai
gaane sunke khoj rahi hai
hai bhala kaun ye dilwala
Gaanewala, Ranchiwala……3

is ke pyar mein doobi duniya
is ko chaahe saari duniya
kahaan hai pyaara geetonwala
Gaanewala,Ranchiwala…..4

geeton ki is yatra mein
hum sab iske saathi hain
sub ko saath lenewala
Gaanewala, Ranchiwala…..5

naayak ho to aisa ho
khushiyan apni baatnewala
har yaatri ko chaahnewala
Gaanewala, Ranchiwala…..6

sab ke dil mein ek hi naara
neta ho to aisa pyaraa
Atul ji jaisa bade dilwala
Gaanewala,Ranchiwala…..7 

I wish Atul ji and the Blog many more achievements and peaks of successes.

Coming to today’s song, it is actually not a song I would normally discuss, but I have selected this song because it is from a significant film in the career of my favourite star – The Fearless Nadia. In fact, this film was her swansong. After this film (Khiladi-1968), she bid a final good bye to Hindi film world, in which she was the Queen of Stunt Films, right from 1933 to 1968.

At the time of this film, she was already 60 years old, but if you see this film, she exhibited the same skills, for which she was the Darling of Millions in her hey days. Fearless Nadia was a phenomenon of the Hindi film industry. Neither before her nor after her, was there so daring a lady who did all her thrilling stunts herself. She fought with 8 to 10 persons at a time, lifted men in the air, was an expert in fencing, fighting, driving, riding, jumping and handled ferocious animals like tigers, lions etc.

I was a great fan of her films from young age (even now) and must have seen at least 20-25 of her films. I always dreamt meeting her some day,in person. My dream came true on the morning of 23rd July 1984, when I actually met Fearless Nadia and talked to her !

It so happened that those days Nadia was staying in Colaba area of south Bombay and everyday morning, used to take her dog for a walk in a park nearby. One of my good friends, Sharma ji also lived in that area. He once told me this. I expressed my desire to meet her and he made a plan. He too used to visit that park and knew Nadia well as a neighbour. I went on 22nd July to stay with Sharma ji. Next day early morning, we got ready and went to the park. As expected, Nadia came there with her dog. Sharma ji greeted her and introduced me as a great fan of her films. I was simply thrilled. I rattled out 10-15 names of her films, which I had seen. She was naturally impressed and talked to me for about 15 minutes. Then we parted. I shall always cherish those moments in my life.

Film Khiladi-68 was a spy crime thriller, having some really spectacular stunts, which reminded the older films of Nadia. Actually, the film opens with a scene showing some people firing on Nadia. The cast of the film had Dilip Raj as its hero. This Dilip Raj was the eldest son of legendary actor P. Jairaj. Unfortunately, Dilip Raj was not only a flop and bad actor, but also a bad and ungrateful son. He extracted so much money from Jairaj by deceit, that Jairaj had to go to court to evict his son from his house. He cheated his father and tried to usurp all his estate and throw Jairaj out of his own house!

Dilip Raj acted as a Hero in only 5 films and total 26 films in all from 1956 to 2013. His best known film was ‘Shehar Aur Sapna’ (1963).

The Hindu, the well known daily published a review of film Khiladi (1968), recently on 24-2-2017. Considering the gap of almost 50 years, it was quite a reflection of people’s love for Fearless Nadia even in this era ! Here is the review-

As Vishal Bhardwaj pays tribute to Fearless Nadia in “Rangoon”, let’s go back to the action-star’s last hurrah at the box office to figure out how Nadia was the mother of all Khiladis in Hindi cinema. Here she virtually plays one. As Agent Madam XI, she grooms and protects Pratap or Agent 707 (Dilip Raj), who is out to ensure the release of an atomic scientist who has been kidnapped by evil forces for the formula that he has created. As the names suggest, the Homi Wadia film is a tribute to the James Bond variety of cinema.

There is an agent called Udti Chidiya but the best is reserved for Nadia, who is christened Living Fireball, perhaps a tribute to her long innings as the action queen of Hindi cinema. From giving demonstration of bullet proof jackets to changing get-ups in every other scenes, the focus is on the ageing star. Born as Mary Evans, the Australian origin actor made a mark in Hindi films much before Bollywood discovered the Katrina Kaif template. She fostered a strong bond with Wadia, whose Basant Studios was famous for mythologicals and action-adventures. The duo gave a series of hits but find little mention every time history of Hindi cinema is recounted. Recently, when Mahesh Bhatt chronicled the history of studios in India through a television series Basant was missing from the list despite the fact that his father Nanabhai Bhatt also closely worked with Wadia.

Today, they might look predictable but some of the action sequences in “Khilari” can still give goose bumps. The explosions in air and water look believable and the kind of scale Wadia has been able to achieve with limited resources is commendable. The gadgets are futuristic. A gun which fires in reverse, a belt which works as an iron cutter, Pratap even has a drone like device to send signals.

Style Statement
A limited actor, Dilip also gets to explore the flirtatious side of this genre so that Wadia could bring in an element of glamour and use the talent of Lala-Sattar. In action sequences, Dilip looks a little limp and his karate style, in fact, evokes unintentional humour. But that’s fun of Wadia style of entertainment. It was never meant for the discerning but always kept the front benchers on the edge.

If cynics could free themselves from the tyranny of ‘taste’, there is lot to read in these films. High on style and sensuality, they catered to the baser instincts of the audience but provided its female characters agency to find their way in the society. Wadia’s female characters could frequent spaces which were not meant for Hindi film heroines. Nadia was the star in this league, a female Robin Hood, who could ride horses, crack the whip and make lecherous men fall in line. It was in contrast to the patriarchy that the so called A-grade cinema of the time perpetuated.

Here the villain of the piece is also a woman called Golden Dragon played by Sujata who doesn’t hold back her lust for Pratap. With a dragon tattooed on her back, her den could give competition to Shaakaal’s lair in “Shaan”, made a decade later.

Then there is Suzie, another strong female character, who lays down her life to protect her father and Pratap. Tun Tun provides comic relief as Miss Beauty. It is this equal universe that makes “Khilari” a fair game.

With this song, film Khiladi-68 is making a debut on this Blog. All the 5 songs were written by Lyricist Farooque Qaiser. The music was by the duo of Lala-Sattar. The singers are Rafi and Asha Bhosle.  On screen, the song is performed by Dilip Raj accompanied by an actress that I am not able to identify. A look at the list of actors indicates that this actress could be Uma, but I am not certain. I request other friends and readers to help identify her.


Song – Aao Ji Aao Na, Dil Mein Samaao Na (Khilaadi) (1968) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Farooque Qaiser, MD – Lala Sattaar

Lyrics

aao ji aao na
dil mein samaao na
hum bhi tumhaare hain
hum ko sataao na
arre dil hai mera deewaana
haaye re
mera dil
mera dil
mera dil

jaao ji jaao na
hum ko sataao na
duniya kahegi kya
aise bulaao na
arre dil hai tera deewaana
haaye re
tera dil
tera dil
tera dil

mehboob ho ik tum sa
ik yaar miley hum sa
mehboob ho ik tum sa
ik yaar miley hum sa
phir dekho zindagi ka
aata hai mazaa kaisa
tarsaa na
behka na
tarsaa na
behka na
kabhi nahin
kabhi nahin
aao ji aao na
dil mein samaao na
hum bhi tumhaare hain
hum ko sataao na
arre dil hai mera deewaana
haaye re
mera dil
mera dil
mera dil

dildaar bhole bhaale
hotey hain dil ke kale
dildaar bhole bhaale
hotey hain dil ke kale
dil de ke jaan lenge
ye pyaar karne waale
tarsaa na
tadpa na
tarsaa na
tadpa na
kabhi nahin
kabhi nahin
jaao ji jaao na
hum ko sataao na
duniya kahegi kya
aise bulaao na
arre dil hai tera deewaana
haaye re
tera dil
tera dil
tera dil

tu dard bhi na jaane
tu pyaar bhi na maane
tu dard bhi na jaane
tu pyaar bhi na maane
main pyaar kaise kar loon
ye duniya degi taane
tarsaa na
tadpa na
tarsaa na
tadpa na
kabhi nahin
o kabhi nahin
jaao ji jaao na
hum ko sataao na
duniya kahegi kya
aise bulaao na
arre dil hai tera deewaana
haaye re
tera dil
tera dil
tera dil

aao ji aao na
dil mein samaao na
hum bhi tumhaare hain
hum ko sataao na
arre dil hai mera deewaana
haaye re
mera dil
mera dil
mera dil

———————————————————
Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
———————————————————

आओ जी आओ ना
दिल में समाओ ना
हम भी तुम्हारे हैं
हमको सताओ ना
अरे दिल दिल है मेरा दीवाना
हाये रे
मेरा दिल
मेरा दिल
मेरा दिल

जाओ जी जाओ ना
हमको सताओ ना
दुनिया कहेगी क्या
ऐसे बुलाओ ना
अरे दिल है तेरा दीवाना
हाये रे
तेरा दिल
तेरा दिल
तेरा दिल

महबूब हो इक तुम सा
इक यार मिले हम सा
महबूब हो इक तुम सा
इक यार मिले हम सा
फिर देखो ज़िंदगी का
आता है मज़ा कैसा
तरसा ना
बहका ना
तरसा ना
बहका ना
कभी नहीं
कभी नहीं
आओ जी आओ ना
दिल में समाओ ना
हम भी तुम्हारे हैं
हमको सताओ ना
अरे दिल दिल है मेरा दीवाना
हाये रे
मेरा दिल
मेरा दिल
मेरा दिल

दिलदार भोले भाले
होते हैं दिल के काले
दिलदार भोले भाले
होते हैं दिल के काले
दिल दे के जान लेंगे
ये प्यार करने वाले
तरसा ना
तड़पा ना
तरसा ना
तड़पा ना
कभी नहीं
कभी नहीं
जाओ जी जाओ ना
हमको सताओ ना
दुनिया कहेगी क्या
ऐसे बुलाओ ना
अरे दिल है तेरा दीवाना
हाये रे
तेरा दिल
तेरा दिल
तेरा दिल

तू दर्द भी ना जाने
तू प्यार भी ना माने
तू दर्द भी ना जाने
तू प्यार भी ना माने
मैं प्यार कैसे कर लूँ
ये दुनिया देगी ताने
तरसा ना
तड़पा ना
तरसा ना
तड़पा ना
कभी नहीं
कभी नहीं
जाओ जी जाओ ना
हमको सताओ ना
दुनिया कहेगी क्या
ऐसे बुलाओ ना
अरे दिल है तेरा दीवाना
हाये रे
तेरा दिल
तेरा दिल
तेरा दिल

आओ जी आओ ना
दिल में समाओ ना
हम भी तुम्हारे हैं
हमको सताओ ना
अरे दिल दिल है मेरा दीवाना
हाये रे
मेरा दिल
मेरा दिल
मेरा दिल

Advertisements

7 Responses to "Aao Ji Aao Na, Dil Mein Samaao Na"

A very lovely shairi about our fearless leader. It is a statement about all the feelings atulites have .
Thank u guruji

Thank you, Arunji, for this write-up. The emotions you feel for our blog and Atul come through very strongly. Indeed, like you say, this achievement of 10000 must be a world record! That Atul has managed this while having so many other demands on his time, is truly amazing.
Talk about dedication and discipline – this is a great example of it.

I wasn’t aware that you are such a big fan of Fearless Nadia. I’m a fan of hers though, though I’ve seen only 3 -4 films of hers. Miss Frontier Mail, Diamond Queen, Muqabla come to mind. Thoroughly enjoyed them – it is refreshing to see how liberated her roles are, unlike the typical “adarsh bharatiya naari” roles we otherwise see.

Glad you got a chance to meet her. 🙂

Isn’t she Marathi actress Uma Bhende , who was there in “Dosti”,singing “Gudiya humse roothi rahogi” ?

at 0:36 The guy with black overcoat with wig(who takes the glass on a trey from another guy with specs), is SHEIKH(who lip syncs the famous qawwali of Al-Hilal “Hamein to loot liya milke husnwaalon ne)

Arun Ji, a nice appreciative write up written the way only you can. I endorse the contents, about Atul Ji, fully..

Regrettably I have not seen any movie of Nadia. I only associate her with ‘Hunterwali’ :))

Thanks & regards to all contributors & followers of the blog.

Arunbhai, after writing so nice about her in your lovely article, I expected Nadia present somewhere, even in the audience, in the video. I felt cheated without even a glimpse of ‘fearless Nadia’ in the song…….
I had seen some of her films during my childhood but do not remember much.

Need not feel cheated. Nadia can be seen from 3.31 to 3.40 and then from 4.21 to 4.48, smoking a cigar in white hand gloves. Only thing is she is facing the other way. You can only see her back.
If you see the film, you can see that she comes and takes that chair.
-AD

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

Advertisements

Important Announcement

(© 2008 - 2017) atulsongaday.me The content of this site is copyrighted and it may not be reproduced elsewhere without prior consent from the site/ author of the content.

What is this blog all about

This blog discusses Bollywood songs of yesteryears. Every song has a brief description, followed by a video link, and complete lyrics of the song.

This is a labour of love, where “new” songs are added every day, and that has been the case for more than nine years. This blog has over 13500 song posts by now.

This blog is active and online for over 3300 days since its beginning on 19 july 2008.

Total number of songs posts discussed

13579

Number of movies covered in the blog

Movies with all their songs covered =1015
Total Number of movies covered =3721

Total visits so far

  • 9,666,049 hits

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 1,505 other followers

Bookmark

Bookmark and Share

Category of songs

Archives

Current Visitors

visitors whereabouts

blogcatalog

Music Blogs - BlogCatalog Blog Directory

blogadda

Stumble

Historical dates

Blog Start date: 19 july 2008

Active for more than 3250 days.

%d bloggers like this: