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Jiya mora haale doley ho

Posted on: July 1, 2017


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“Kaneez”(1949) was directed by Krishn Kumar for Caravan Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Shyam, Munawwar Sultana, Urmila, Kuldeep, Cuckoo, Tiwari, Ramesh Sinha, Shyama etc in it.

There were twelve songs in the movie. Six of these songs have been discussed in the past.

According to HFGK, the movie had two music directors viz Ghulam Haider and Hansraj Bahl. Hansraj Bahl is credited with two songs and Ghulam Haider with seven songs. Credits are not given for the remaining three songs.

Here is the seventh song from “Kaneez”(1949) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Geeta Dutt. Hasrat Lucknowi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Hansraj Bahl.

The song is picturised as a 1940s style party song, where Kuldeep Kaur is seen lip syncing this song is a party where many people including Shyam and Tiwari can be seen.

I have not been able to get a few words right in the lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable.


Song-Jiya mora haale dole ho (Kaneez)(1949) Singer-Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Hasrat Lucknowi, MD-Hansraj Bahl

Lyrics

ho jiya mora hale dole ho
dole ho
dole ho o o o
jiya mora

mere saajan roop tumhaara
haan haan roop tumhaara
mere saajan
roop tumhaara
haan haan roop tumhaara
chaand raat ka deep
jab se tumko dekha baalam
jab se tumko dekha baalam
mann mein basi hai preet
o baalam
mann mein basi hai preet
tadpat hoon din rain
nahin sukh chain
milaao nain
jiya mora
ho jiya mora haale dole ho
dole ho
dole ho o o
jiya mora

jaisi main hoon rang rangeeli
haan haan rang rangeeli
jaisi main hoon rang rangeeli
haan haan rang rangili
waise more saanwariya
sautan ko do chhod sajanva
sautan ko do chhod sajanva
mose milaao najariya sajanva
mose milaa najariya
vinti karat hoon sainya
padoon main tore painya
pakad mori bainya
jiya mora
ho jiya mora hale dole ho
dole ho dole ho o o
jiya mora
ho jiya mora haale dole ho
dole ho
dole ho o

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

हो जिया मोरा हाले डोले हो
डोले हो
डोले हो ओ ओ
जिया मोरा

मेरे साजन रूप तुम्हारा
हाँ हाँ रूप तुम्हारा
मेरे साजन
रूप तुम्हारा
हाँ हाँ रूप तुम्हारा
चाँद रात का दीप
जबसे तुमको देखा बालम
जबसे तुमको देखा बालम
मन में बसी है प्रीत
ओ बालम
मन में बसी है प्रीत
तड़पत हूँ दिन रैन
नहीं सुख चैन
मिलाओ नैन
जिया मोरा हाले डोले हो
डोले हो
डोले हो ओ ओ
जिया मोरा

जैसी मैं हूँ रंग रंगीली
हाँ हाँ रंग रंगीली
जैसी मैं हूँ रंग रंगीली
हाँ हाँ रंग रंगीली
वैसे मोरे साँवरिया
सौतन को दो छोड़ सजनवा
सौतन को दो छोड़ सजनवा
मोसे मिलाओ नजरिया सजनवा
मोसे मिलाओ नजरिया
विनती करत हूँ सैय्याँ
पड़ूँ मैं तोरे पैय्याँ
पकड़ मोरी बैय्याँ
हो जिया मोरा हाले डोले हो
डोले हो
डोले हो ओ ओ
जिया मोरा
जिया मोरा हाले डोले हो
डोले हो
डोले हो ओ ओ
जिया मोरा

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4 Responses to "Jiya mora haale doley ho"

Atul ji,

What a cute song this one is.

As I was watching the video, my mind fast forwarded to the 60s and 70s, and Helen songs like “Kar Le Pyaar Karne Ke Din Hain Yahi” (from ‘Talaash’, 1969) and “O Haseena Zulfon Waali” etc. The setting is so similar – a restaurant setting, tables for guests, and a passage like open space in the middle for the dance performance.

This is 1949, and Helen is mid to late 1960s. The setting and the intent of the scene is exactly the same. The things that have changed are
a. the dress of the dancer; much more daring in later decades
b. music; soft melody going to loud orchestral
c. the dance movements; more suggestive and provocative in 1960s and later.

I have a query from some of the senior readers of this blog. Back then in the 1940s, were these kind of restaurant / club songs actually happening in real restaurants, or was this just an attempt to copy a scenario from Hollywood movies.

I was also speculating – take the setting of the song “Kar Le Pyaar Karne Ke. . .”, put this dress on to Helen, and let her sing this song, and let her dance this dance.

तो फिर उसके बाद॰ ॰ ॰ प्रोडूसर बैहोस

Rgds
Sudhir

My own guess is that such scenes are inspired from Hollywood movies just like horse riding dacoits in Hindi movies are inspired from western movies. In real life India, dacoits do not ride horses. If they could afford horses, then they would not become dacoits. But by now Indians are totally brainwashed into thinking that Indian dacoits ride horses.

These Helen, Cuckoo, Kuldeep Kaur dance situations are just as imaginary as the horse riding Indian dacoits, I think.

Dear sir,

As you have given question mark in lyrics, I have listen this song carefully and the words are Jaisi hoon me rang rangili Waise more sanwariya

Thanks and regards

Vimal Joshi

Thanks Dr Joshi,

The correction to the lyrics has been made.

Rgds
Sudhir

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