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Koi aaya aane bhi de

Posted on: April 30, 2017


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A few days back, Sudhir Jee was acting strange and was insisting on posting all the articles in the blog, including even my writeps, and in addition, he was asking me to go slow on my writeups. As a result, I found myself with so much time at my disposal that I finally managed to write a long article describing my meeting with Lucknow based regulars. I did not intend to send any song lyrics with the writeup, thinking that Sudhir Ji would take care of that too. But no, Sudhir ji wanted me to send a song link with the writeup as well.

Finding an appropriate song turned out to be a big hassle for me. Most appropriate get together songs were already covered. A few songs with words like “tumse milna” etc were there but I found them inappropriate for the writeup.

Unable to find any “suitable” song, I seriously considered sending this lyrics of the “Kaala Sona”(1975) song and I even noted down its lyrics. But I kept thinking again and again that a cabaret song involving Helen (and also Parveen Babi) cannot be an appropriate song to discuss the mini gangout with our dignified Lucknow based regulars. 🙂

“Better” sense prevailed and I finally sent lyrics of a song whose video was not available and which was more of a ghazal like song than a cabarat like song, and thus sounded somewhat more appropriately Lucknowi to me. 🙂

It turns out that the lyrics of this “Kaala Sona”(1975) song was sent earlier by Peevesie’s mom, and she too had sent this song to celebrate an earlier gangout, namely the Mumbai gangout of november 2016. Yes, one must say that a song like this is more appropriate for Mumbai gangout. I can imagine this song serving as a perfect setting while our Mumbai gangout members go about their underground activities. 🙂

That gangout happened many months ago. At this moment another mini gangout took place just yesterday (29 april 2017), with representatives of Delhi Daredevils (Sudhir Ji and Jawed Hamid ji) and Mumbai Indians (Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh ji, the host, and Mr Sadanand Kamath) in attendance. 🙂

The reports of the meeting is not yet in. We only know about what was on the menu in the lunch. 🙂

Come to think of it, this “Kala Sona”(1975) song is just a perfect song on the occasion of a Mumbai gangout. Here is the take of Peevesie’s mom on a typical Mumbai gangout vis a vis this song:

People with similar tastes and likes gang up together. And when a gang meets there should be music appropriate for the event. I don’t know if there were any Helens, Cuckoos, Silk Smithas or Disco Shantis discussed. But the song with this post should have been there when a gang meets. It is the typical villain’s den song that a standard Hindi movie will feed us with. No! No! I am not in my wildest imagination calling any of those at the gangout a villain. 🙂

The song is from the 1975 Ravikant Nagaich directed “Kala Sona”. It had Feroz Khan, Danny, Imtiaz Khan, Prem Chopra, Helen, Parveen Babi, Master Raju, Durga Khote, Bipin Gupta, Keshto Mukherjee and Farida Jalal. Majrooh Sultanpuri was the lyricist and R.D.Burman was the music director. This song has the cross fading effect which RDB seemed so fond of. He has used only the voice of Asha Bhonsle for all the female actors in the movie. I would like to know how to write out lyrics of songs with this kind of fading effect. This dance number is essentially a Helen dance where Parveen Babi is playing the supportive dancer. The two of them are trying to get Prem Chopra, Imtiaz and gang distracted so that the movie can move towards an action- packed climax. Danny is also there to help them in their task as Feroz Khan is sitting next to Chopra so he can’t do anything personally.

In a recent writeup, I had mentioned about Asha Bhonsle giving playback to two dancers (in series) and I had mentioned that she had even given playbacks to two dancers in parallel. It is this song that I was talking about as the example of Asha Bhonsle singing in parallel (viz simultaneously) for two dancers.

This song was a very popular song of its time. This song was threatening to become the song with my Lucknow mini gangout writeup. Now, here is this song now, to mark the occasion of yet another Mumbai gangout taking place. The report of this meet will hopefully come out soon. For the time being, here is this lively song from “Kaala Sona”(1975).

This song has Helen and Parveen Babi dancing in it. And this song will go down in history as the only song where Keshto Mukherji too dances ! You do not believe me ? Then watch the picturisation carefully from 4:08 to 4:12. 🙂

With this song, “Kaala Sona”(1975) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Koi aaya aane bhi de (Kaala Sona)(1975) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

laalaalaa
laalaalaa
laalaalaalaalaalaalaalaalaalaa

huff huff huff huff
huff aho
huff aho
huff aho
huff aho
huff aho
huff aho
huff aho
huff aho

koi aaya aa
aane bhi de ae
koi gaya aa
jaane bhi de ae
koi aaya aa
koi aaya
aane bhi de
koi gaya aa
koi gaya
jaane bhi de
lalala
tujhko aata hai masti mein jeena
jee le
he ae ae
koi aaya
koi aaya
aane bhi de
koi gaya
koi gaya
jaane bhi de
lalala
tujhko ata hai masti mein jeena
jee le ae ae ae
koi aaya
koi aaya
aane bhi de

tu to hai deewaana
bahke ja mahke ja
khushi ke nashe mein
aise hi maze mein
aaha aa
tu to hai diwaana
bahke ja mahke ja
khushi ke nashe mein
aise hi maze mein
aaha
mahfil mein
rang bharta ja
subah talak
rangeele ae ae
koi aaya
koi aaya
aane bhi de ae
koi gaya
koi gaya
jaane bhi de
lalala
tujhko ata hai masti mein jeena
jeele ae ae ae ae
koi aaya
koi aaya
aane bhi de

he ho
he ho
he ho
he ho
he ho

laalaalalalalala
laalaa

jhoome ja mastaane
chhede ja taraane
kal kya ho kya jaane
jaane ye tumhaari bala aa
jhoome ja mastaane
chhede ja taraane
kal kya ho kya jaane
jaane ye tumhaari bala
aage bhi hone de andhere
sapne to hain chamkeele ae ae
koi aaya
koi aaya
aane bhi de
koi gaya
koi gaya
jaane bhi de
lalala
tujhko aata hai masti mein jeena jee le ae ae
koi aaya
koi aaya
koi aaya
koi aaya
koi aaya
koi aaya
koi aaya
koi aaya
koi aaya

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4 Responses to "Koi aaya aane bhi de"

Many thanks to our Atul for an amusing and entertaining write-up. I admit that the atmospherics created by this song were quite different from that prevailing in our mini-gang-out at Lucknow. Though the words “koi aaya” did express our sentiments, albeit in a style beyond our capabilities! So, unless one believes that contrasts are fashionable, one can concede this otherwise delightful song to the Mumbaikars.

YIIPPEEEE!!!!!

Dear knowledgeable people at atul’s blog, first may I say it is a pleasure to see the blog going as strong as ever. I am a longtime follower and I find this site an invaluable resource for my favourite music genre.
I have a question about tracing a song, which I had in a playlist on youtube. The video was taken down and I sadly can’t remember the lyrics.
It was, I believe, from a 1970s (spy?) film, and picturised on Helen, who is distracting a man by singing seductively at him (on staircases and around pillars) while another man, probably the hero, tries to escape without being seen. It is quite a sad sounding song, and I believe is sung by Asha Bhosle.
If anyone knows which song or film this is, I would incredibly grateful for a tip.
Thank you very much

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