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Naye Yug Waalo Nai Umr Waalo

Posted on: May 14, 2017


This article is written by Sudhir, 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.

One more film to add to the list. Today’s Yippeee film is ‘Hamaare Gham Se Mat Khelo’ from 1967. Being a film of relatively recent vintage, I am surprised that I am not able to find this song online. This song was heard fairly frequently on the radio in those days, but it seems to have dropped out of the collective memory.

The film is a stunt genre directed by Kunwar Shankar Singh Tomar (assisted by Pal Premi) for the banner of Himachal Pictures, Bombay. The star cast of the film reads as – Kunwar Shankar Singh Tomar, Bharati, Nazir Husain, Sajjan, Murad, Mukri, Maruti, Bela Bose, Niranjan Sharma, Tarun Bose, Amarnath etc. A note in the Geet Kosh indicates that the director cum hero of this film was a resident of Kanpur in his later years, and the compiler, Shri Harmandir Singh ji had met him personally and confirmed / updated the details about this film. I was a little surprised to note that this film is listed as a stunt film. In my mind, the title of this film suggested itself to be more a social drama rather than anything else.

Coming to the songs, this film has six songs, written by three song writers. Three songs are written by Nyay Sharma, two songs (including the song in this post) are written by Shireesh, and one song is a ghazal from the pen of Asraar. As I checked the Geet Kosh for the work of these song writers, I find some interesting notes. The songwriter Asraar seems to have one solitary song of this film, to his credit; his name appears nowhere else in the documented information in Geet Kosh. The name Nyay Sharma appears just in three films, viz. ‘Anjali’ (1957), ‘Kinaare Kinaare’ (1963) and this film – all having the music of Jaidev. In all 24 songs from 3 films. The name Shireesh appears for four films and a total of eight songs. The films are ‘Anokha Jungle’ from 1956, then ‘Hero No. 1’ from 1959, one unreleased film ‘Gypsy’ from 1960s and this film. Outside of this film, Shireesh seems to have worked only with music director Iqbal. Very limited careers, and very limited contributions. I request our more knowledgeable readers and friends to please add more information about these songwriters.
[Ed Note: Mahesh ji Mamadapur has sent me a message identifying one more film for Nyay Sharma – ‘Peele Parbat Kaale Chor’. This film remained incomplete. The music director was Madan Mohan.
One more clarification – the data presented above is based on information available in the Geet Kosh. Which implies that this data is complete till 1980, and does not contain additional data from 1981 and beyond.]

Another interesting thing I noted about this film is that the three songs in this film that are sung by Mahendra Kapoor are probably the only songs that he has recorded for Hindi films with Jaidev. I believe there are one (or more) non film songs that are probably recorded by Jaidev in Mahendra Kapoor’s voice. But in films, this seems to be the only film where Jaidev has used this voice.

List of the songs of this film posted earlier, is given below, with names of the songwriters indicated.

 

1.       Aansoo Chhupaaye Aankh Mein Shireesh
2.       Gar Ye Zameen Nahin Asraar
3.       Ye Khaamoshi Kyun Ye Madhoshi Kyun Nyay Sharma
4.       Kahiye Kya Hukm Hai Nyay Sharma
5.       Ye Bahaar Ka Samaa Nyay Sharma

As our dear Arun ji has noted in another post earlier in the day today (“Hum Punjabi, Hum Bangaali”, from the film ‘Hum Ek Hain’, 1969), the era of 1960s still had the fervour of national pride and nation building. As an independent self governing country, India was still in its teens. The fifties and early sixties were the heady days of growth and modernization of the country, under the prime minister-ship of Jawaharlal Nehru. Then in 1962, 1965 and 1971, we had three wars with our neighbouring countries. The feelings of nationalism were at their peak, and the same was reflected proportionately in our films and film songs.

This song is a wonderful such example of exhorting the nouveau young generation to take on the reins of managing the nation building process. The children of the 1950s who were taught “Hum Laaye Hain Toofaan Se Kishti Nikaal Ke, Is Desh Ko Rakhna Mere Bachcho Sambhaal Ke” (film ‘Jaagriti’, 1954), were now maturing into young men and women. This song seems to take off where the ‘Jaagriti’ song had left off, a decade earlier.

The song carries the fervour of that era, and there is a specific mention of the Five Year Planning process that had been put in place by the first government of independent India. The words of this song encourage the younger generation folks who are now turning into active adults, to take charge and carry forward the progress and the pride of this country.

As I listen to this song again today after so many years, and as I write these words, a thought comes to my mind. The message of this song is not limited to that era. The message is timeless and it applies to every generation, as it transitions into mature and responsible adults. Will this message, this song mean the same to the young people of today? An interesting question to be debated. The message is true, and is equally necessary in this age, as it was five decades ago. But in my opinion, there is a disillusionment of the general masses with the governing system and the political party-ism that has corrupted this nation beyond belief. Would the young adults of this age be impressed by the timelessness of this message, and the words of this song? I invite the readers and friends to comment on this.

Meanwhile, enjoy this song that captures the spirit of an era in recent history. The song has been rendered so appropriately, as only Mahendra Kapoor can deliver – the rising octaves taking the emotions to the heights of the sky – the rendition expresses so truly, the spirit of the words in the song.

And yes, we have this film, ‘Hamaare Gham Se Mat Khelo’, join the ranks of Yippeee’d films on our blog. 🙂

Song – Naye Yug Waalo Nai Umr Waalo (Hamaare Gham Se Mat Khelo) (1967) Singer – Mahendra KapoorLyrics – Sheerish, MD – Jaidev

Lyrics

naye yug waalo..oo
nai umr waalo
sambhaalo sambaahlo watan ko sambhaalo
sambhaalo sambaahlo watan ko sambhaalo
sambhaalo
nai umr waalo
sambhaalo sambaahlo watan ko sambhaalo
sambhaalo sambaahlo watan ko sambhaalo

tumhen aaj apne watan ne pukaara
zameen ne pukaara gagan ne pukaara
utho apni taaqat ka..aa
utho apni taaqat ka le kar sahaara
watan hai hamaara
watan hai tumhaara
sajaa lo
naye yug waalo
bahaaron se apne chaman ko sajaa lo
bahaaron se apne chaman ko sajaa lo
sambhaalo
nai umr waalo
sambhaalo sambaahlo watan ko sambhaalo

kadam hum ko mil ke badhaana padega
ab har haal mein muskuraana padega
tiranga gaga mein lehraana padega..aa
tiranga gaga mein lehraana padega
ye khwaab e jawahar sajaana padega
sajaa lo
naye yug waalo
nai yojana  se watan ko sajaa lo
nai yojana  se watan ko sajaa lo
sambhaalo
nai umr waalo
sambhaalo sambaahlo watan ko sambhaalo

utho desh ki uljhanon ko mita do
utho ab watan ko gulistaan banaa do
utho saathiyo apna parcham sambhaalo..oo
utho saathiyo apna parcham sambhaalo
utho apne haathon mein hindostaan lo
utha lo
naye yug waalo
watan ko himalay se ooncha utha lo
watan ko himalay se ooncha utha lo
sambhaalo
nai umr waalo
sambhaalo sambaahlo watan ko sambhaalo
naye yug waalo
naye yug waalo
naye yug waalo..oo..

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

नए युग वालो॰॰ओ॰॰
नई उम्र वालो
संभालो संभालो वतन को संभालो
संभालो संभालो वतन को संभालो
संभालो
नई उम्र वालो
संभालो संभालो वतन को संभालो
संभालो संभालो वतन को संभालो

तुम्हें आज अपने वतन ने पुकारा
ज़मीन ने पुकारा गगन ने पुकारा
उठो अपनी ताक़त का॰॰आ॰॰
उठो अपनी ताक़त का लेकर सहारा
वतन है हमारा
वतन है तुम्हारा
सजा लो
नए युग वालो
बहारों से अपने चमन को सजा लो
बहारों से अपने चमन को सजा लो
संभालो
नई उम्र वालो
संभालो संभालो वतन को संभालो

कदम हमको मिलके बढ़ाना पड़ेगा
अब हर हाल में मुसकुराना पड़ेगा
तिरंगा गगन में लहराना पड़ेगा॰॰आ॰॰
तिरंगा गगन में लहराना पड़ेगा
ये ख्वाब ए जवाहर सजाना पड़ेगा
सजा लो
नए युग वालो
नई योजना से वतन को सजा लो
नई योजना से वतन को सजा लो
संभालो
नई उम्र वालो
संभालो संभालो वतन को संभालो

उठो देश की उलझनों को मिटा दो
उठो अब वतन को गुलिस्ताँ बना दो
उठो साथियो अपना परचम संभालो॰॰ओ॰॰
उठो साथियो अपना परचम संभालो
उठो अपने हाथो में हिन्दोस्तां लो
उठा लो
नए युग वालो
वतन को हिमालय से ऊंचा उठा लो
वतन को हिमालय से ऊंचा उठा लो
संभालो
नई उम्र वालो
संभालो संभालो वतन को संभालो
नए युग वालो
नए युग वालो
नए युग वालो॰॰ओ॰॰

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4 Responses to "Naye Yug Waalo Nai Umr Waalo"

Though I have myself not seen the movie ‘Hamare Gham se May Khelo’, but I want to give some interesting information about it, as I was studying at IIT Kanpur when this film was made and released in 60s. There used to be a cinema hall in Kanpur during those days by name Himachal Talkies. Its owners decided to venture into film line and they created a company under the banner of Himachal Pictures, and made the film Hamare Ghar se mat Khelo. One of the owners Kunwar Shankar Singh Tomar himself became the Hero & Director. Other cast like actors, lyrics etc. were also relatively lesser known people, could be perhaps to cut the cast. Many local faces also got into the movie. I heard that even the Gate Keeper of the cinema hall was also given the role of father (I am not very sure). Unfortunately, the movie turned out to be a big failure. And thus the particular film became the first and the last movie for Himachal Pictures.

The above comments were written and posted by Bimal Srivastava.

Dear Bimal ji,

We very much appreciate your detailed inputs, and the connection between the Himachal Pictures company and the erstwhile Himachal Talkies cinema in the city of Kanpur.

Thanks so much

Rgds
Sudhir

I had seen the movie in Minerva I think. I renamed the movie as Hamaare Khushi Se Mat Khelo!
Prior to that I saw Hum Kaha ja rahe hai-1966 in Minerva again. I renamed it Hum kyu ja rahe hai!!
However it was redeemed by one song rafta rafta wo hamaare dil ke armaan ho gaye
Aeroji aapne achha survey kiya. Thanks

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