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Archive for September 2017


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“Raam Navami”(1956) was produced by Jasubhai Patel and directed by Raman B Desai for Subhag Productions, Bombay. The partially color Mythological movie had Nirupa Roy, Prem Adib, Tiwari, Yashoshara Katju, Babau Raje, Shobha Khote, Rajkumar, Raj Adib, Bheem, Ratnamala, Nandu Khote, Pandey, Sheela, Amrit Rana, Radheshyam, Hublikar, Singh, Samson, Mahesh Kumar, Baijnath, Jawahar Kaul, Rooplaxmi, Shree Bhagwan, Dubey, Poonam Kapoor etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. All eight songs had the voice of Asha Bhonsle in it.

Two songs from the movie have been covered in the past. Here is the third song from “Raam Navami”(1956) to appear in the blog.
Asha Bhonsle is the female singer alongwith chorus. All sites, including HFGK mentions that this song has the voices of Rafi and Balbir as well. The audio quality is poor and I am unable to detect more than one lead voice in the song.

The song is penned by Kavi Pradeep. Music is composed by Bulo C Rani.

I have failed to get many words right in the lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to help identify the male voices and they are also requested to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections in the lyrics as applicable.

for the time being, I have assumed that the voices of Rafi and Balbir are there in the song, though I am personally not sure of it on the basis of the audio of the song.


Song – Baaje Gaagariyon Pe Taal (Raamnavami) (1956) Asha Bhonsle, Mohammed Rafi, S Balbir, Lyrics – Kavi Pradeep, MD – Bulo C Rani
Female Chorus
Male chorus

Lyrics

 

baaje gagariyon pe taal
meri rummak jhummak chaal
o dilwaalo..oo..oo dilwaalo
dilwaalo zara rakhna dil ko sambhaal
baaje gagariyon pe taal
meri rummak jhummak chaal
o dilwaalo..oo..oo dilwaalo
dilwaalo
zara rakhna dil ko sambhaal

lachak raha hai ang hamaara
aa haa aaa aa aa
lachak raha hai ang hamaara
ang hamaara
aa aa aa
lachak raha hai ang hamaara
jaise phool ki daal
phool ki daal
phool ki daal o dilwaalo
o dilwaalo
dilwaalo
zara rakhna dil ko sambhaal
baaje gagariyon pe taal
meri rummak jhummak chaal
o dilwaalo..oo..oo dilwaalo
dilwaalo
zara rakhna dil ko sambhaal

o gori gori
neera waali chhori
hamko bhi pilaa do
neera chori chori
ho ho ho
gori gori
neera waali chhori
hamko bhi pilaa do neera chori chori

ho chhaila bas karo bas
mora chhalka jaaye ras
dekho bheegi jaaye haaye chunariya mori
ho chhaila bas karo bas
mora chhalka jaaye ras
dekho bheegi jaaye haaye re chunariya mori
aaj ka din hai mazedaar gori
chhodo ye jhijhak
aaj ka din hai mazedaar gori
chhodo ye jhijhak
hato jee
hato beimaan
mera jiya kare dhak
hato jee
hato beimaan
mora jiya kare dhak
o tere nakhron ke kya kehne
aji rehne do jee rehne
mat samjho meri neera ko
koi muft ka maal
muft ka maal
muft ka maal
peene waalo
o peene waalo
dilwaalo
zara rakhna dil ko sambhaal
baaje re baaje baaje re baaje
baaje re baajje re baajje
gagariyon pe taal
meri rummak jhummak chaal
o dilwaalo..oo..oo dilwaalo
dilwaalo zara rakhna dil ko sambhaal

pee lo re pee lo
gori ke liye jee lo

zindagi hai thodi..ee..ee..eee
zindagi hai thodi..ee..ee..eee
zindagi hai thodi
haaan aaa aaaa aaaa
zindagi hai thodi
haan aaa aaaa aaaaa
aaaa aaa aaa aaaaa
aaa aaa aaa aaa aaa
hoyye
zindagi hai thodi
ginti ke din hain
ginti ke din hain
ji ginti ke din hain
duniya ke dukhde bade hi kathin hain
bade hi kathin hain
bade hi kathin baaba
bade hi kathin hain
arre kismat se
kismat se mila hai ye mauka chhabeelo
pee lo
arre pee lo re pee lo
pee lo re pee lo
gori ke liye jee lo
pee lo re pee lo
gori ke liye jee lo
ho pee lo re pee lo
gori ke liye jee lo
ho pee lo re pee lo
gori ke liye jee lo

ho raja ji
ho rani ji
o ho raja ji
o ho rani ji
tumhaare gaon ke
tumhaare gaon ke chhoron ne meri chheen li matakiyaan
kar diya bada nuksa..aan
ho raja ji
ho rani ji
tumhaare gaon ke chhoron ne meri chheen li matakiyaan
kar diya bada nuksa..aan
ho raja ji
ho rani ji
gaon ke tumhaare chhore bade hi lafange
taan taan chalte hain seena
haa..aan
beech dagar jhakjhorte hain bainyaan
mushkil kar diya jeena
haa..aan
unko kadi se kadi sazaa do
aaj pakad kar kaan
pakad kar kaan
ho raja ji
ho rani ji
tumhaare gaon ke
tumhaare gaon ke chhoron ne meri chheen li matakiyaan
kar diya bada nuksa..aan
ho raja ji
ho rani ji

o goriyo suno hamaara hukam
aaj karo sab jhagda khatam

koi na karega tum pe zulam
sabko sazaa denge kal hum

aaj khushi ka hai mausam
honay do zara goriyo chham chham

hey padney do re logo zara matkon pe sam

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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बाजे गागरियों पे ताल
मेरी रूम्मक झुम्मक चाल
ओ दिलवालो॰॰ओ॰॰ओ दिलवालो
दिलवालो ज़रा रखना दिल को संभाल
बाजे गागरियों पे ताल
मेरी रूम्मक झुम्मक चाल
ओ दिलवालो॰॰ओ॰॰ओ दिलवालो
दिलवालो ज़रा रखना दिल को संभाल

लचक रहा है अंग हमारा
आ हा आ आ आ
लचक रहा है अंग हमारा
अंग हमारा
आ आ आ
लचक रहा है अंग हमारा
जैसे फूल की डाल
फूल की डाल
फूल की डाल ओ दिलवालो
ओ दिलवालो
दिलवालो
ज़रा रखना दिल को संभाल
बाजे गागरियों पे ताल
मेरी रूम्मक झुम्मक चाल
ओ दिलवालो॰॰ओ॰॰ओ दिलवालो
दिलवालो ज़रा रखना दिल को संभाल

ओ गोरी गोरी
नीरा वाली छोरी
हमको भी पिला दो
नीरा चोरी चोरी
हो हो हो
गोरी गोरी
नीरा वाली छोरी
हमको भी पिला दो नीरा चोरी चोरी

हो छैला बस करो बस
मोरा छलका जाये रस
देखो भीगी जाये हाए चुनरिया मोरी
हो छैला बस करो बस
मोरा छलका जाये रस
देखो भीगी जाये हाए रे चुनरिया मोरी
आज का दिन है मज़ेदार
गोरी छोड़ो ये झिझक
आज का दिन है मज़ेदार
गोरी छोड़ो ये झिझक
हटो जी
हटो बेईमान
मोरा जिया करे धक
हटो जी
हटो बेईमान
मोरा जिया करे धक
ओ तेरे नखरों के क्या कहने
अजी रहने दो जी रहने
मत समझो मेरी नीरा को
कोई मुफ्त का माल
मुफ्त का माल
मुफ्त का माल
पीने वालो
ओ पीने वालो
दिलवालो
ज़रा रखना दिल को संभाल
बाजे रे बाजे बाजे रे बाजे
बाजे रे बाज्जे रे बाज्जे
गागरियों पे ताल
मेरी रूम्मक झुम्मक चाल
ओ दिलवालो॰॰ओ॰॰ओ दिलवालो
दिलवालो ज़रा रखना दिल को संभाल

पी लो रे पी लो
गोरी के लिए जी लो

ज़िंदगी है थोड़ी॰॰ई॰॰ई॰॰ई
ज़िंदगी है थोड़ी॰॰ई॰॰ई॰॰ई
ज़िंदगी है थोड़ी
हाँ आ आ आ
ज़िंदगी है थोड़ी
हाँ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ
होय्ये
ज़िंदगी है थोड़ी
गिनती की दिन हैं
गिनती की दिन हैं
जी गिनती की दिन हैं
दुनिया के दुखड़े बड़े ही कठिन हैं
बड़े ही कठिन हैं
बड़े ही कठिन बाबा
बड़े ही कठिन हैं
अरे किस्मत से
किस्मत से मिला है ये मौका छबीलो
पी लो
अरे पी लो रे पी लो
पी लो रे पी लो
गोरी के लिए जी लो
पी लो रे पी लो
गोरी के लिए जी लो
हो पी लो रे पी लो
गोरी के लिए जी लो
हो पी लो रे पी लो
गोरी के लिए जी लो

ओ राजा जी
ओ रानी जी
ओ हो राजा जी
ओ हो रानी जी
तुम्हारे गाँव के
तुम्हारे गाँव के छोरों ने मेरी छीन लीं मटकियाँ
कर दिया बड़ा नुकसा॰॰आन
हो राजा जी
हो रानी जी
तुम्हारे गाँव के छोरों ने मेरी छीन लीं मटकियाँ
कर दिया बड़ा नुकसा॰॰आन
हो राजा जी
हो रानी जी
गाँव के तुम्हारे छोरे बड़े ही लफंगे
तान तान चलते हैं सीना
हाँ॰॰आँ
बीच डगर झकझोरते हैं बईय्यां
मुश्किल कर दिया जीना
हाँ॰॰आँ
उनको कड़ी से कड़ी सज़ा दो
आज पकड़ कर कान
पकड़ कर कान
हो राजा जी
हो रानी जी
तुम्हारे गाँव के
तुम्हारे गाँव के छोरों ने मेरी छीन लीं मटकियाँ
कर दिया बड़ा नुकसा॰॰आन
हो राजा जी
हो रानी जी

ओ गोरियो सुनो हमारा हुकम
आज करो सब झगड़ा खतम

कोई ना करेगा तुम पे ज़ुलम
सबको सज़ा देंगे कल हम

आज खुशी का है मौसम
होने दो ज़रा गोरियो छम छम

हे पड़ने दो रे लोगो ज़रा मटकों पे सम

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This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 56 #
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Recently the blog had been going slow as both our bosses were occupied by some work or the other, blog related, as well as occupational and personal. 🙂  Taking a clue from the number of posts on the blog and later on clarified by Atul ji himself (about the housekeeping of the blog), I had also almost stopped sending mails for new contributions, reminder for old ones and others.

Now, few days back I got into touch with Atul ji to check if it is convenient now for him to review some posts. He immediately advised me that ‘I should do that’. Now, where to start and with which song/post? Was the big question. It always happens when I have to resume something on the blog after a gap. Though I may not be sending some contributions but the thought process and thinking of new posts/topics is always going in the mind. It becomes very difficult when we already have many many songs yet to be posted on the blog even if we consider them for the period 1930 to 1980s.

Given that the ‘Navratri’ festival is in progress, I decided to resume sharing with this song (pending for long, since 2013 🙂 ). It is a ‘Maata Bhajan’. It is from the 1974 movie ‘Aalingan’, sung by Mahendra Kapoor.

‘Alingan’ (alias ‘The Embrace’) is directed by CL Dheer for ‘Jasmine Films, Bombay’. It is produced by PP Javeri. The star cast of this ‘social’ movie incudes Romesh Sharma, Zahira, Suresh Chatwal, Anjana, Achala Sachdev, Nitin Sethi, Ashoo, Raji Sethi, Satyen Kappu, Chanda, Poonam, Vinod Sharma, Raj Verma, Nagar, Cando, Jugnu and Pompy.

The story and screenplay of this movie was written by Shashi Bhushan, and the dialogues were written by Sagar Sarhadi. Ramesh Ahluwalia had done the editing for this movie. This movie was passed by Censor Board on 27.03.1974.

The movie has total five songs (including the today’s two part song), four written by Jan Nisar Akhtar, and one by Naqsh Lyallpuri. As per HFGK Vol-V, the music for this movie was composed by Jaidev and Sapan Jagmohan. Asha Bhonsle, Manna Dey, Mahendra Kapoor and Mohd Rafi had given their voices to the songs in this movie. As per HFGK the song being presented today is written by Naqsh Lyallpuri.

Out of the five songs of this movie three songs have been posted on the blog so far. Today’s song is fourth song of this movie ‘Aaglingan’ to appear on the blog. When I initially shared this song in 2013 there was only one version (or part) of this song that I could locate at that time. Later after a gap of two years i.e. in 2015 I became aware of a second part of this song (which in the movie is an extension of the first part), having an unknown male voice along with Mahendra Kapoor who is main singer of the song. However HFGK Vol V does not mention this song in two parts and the name of the other singer (I guess it is Narendra Chanchal).

Now since the movie is available online I decided to watch it, because the link of the second part that I found in 2015 had become obsolete now and was not available. Though audio for both the parts was now available. I must say that the movie is interesting and one can watch it once. It did have its own highs and lows, but also touches some relevant issues like the individuals sacrificing their lives for the country and families serving the armed forces and where we have families whose generation after generation have been serving the armed forces and sacrificing their lives fighting wars.

Now as per the titles of this movie credits for ‘Music’ are to Jaidev only. I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on this.

So far we have three songs from this movie already posted on the blog. These are,

Pyaas Thi Phir Bhi Taqaaza Na Kiya
I am aware of this song since late eighties as it is in one of the compilation cassette of Manna Dey songs in my collection.

Hamaare Dil Ko Tum Ne Dil Bana Diya
In the above post Atul ji have mentioned the name of both Jaidev and Sapan Jagmohan, which I am sure he has taken from the information given in HFGK.

And, “Is Tarah Jaao Nahin

Coming back to the today’s song, a Goddess Durga bhajan, it happens at the end of the movie where the hero’s mother Achala Sachdev has organized a ‘Durga Pooja’ as our hero and heroine are getting marry. But one can see in the video of this song that the heroine has some different thoughts in her mind and she decides to run away from the marriage (and commit suicide). However the hero saves her and then it is there that the heroine explains the trauma she had gone through. And this brings us to the climax of the movie where the hero of the movie Romesh Sharma, heroine Zahira and Zahira’s mother (I am unable to identify the actress) get rid of Zahira’s step father, who is the villain in this movie. Again I am forgetting this actor’s name who I remember to have watched in many movies of those years.

All this happens while the pooja ceremonies are still in progress, and the ‘devotees’ are still praising the Goddess and singing this bhajan. As the hero and heroine happily join the ‘pooja’ after the villain’s end, we get to the extended version of this song which is part two of this song. I am also unable to identify the actor lip syncing in Mahendra Kapoor’s voice and I would request knowledgeable readers to identify this actor please.

Let us now listen to this beautiful composition, 

Maat Ang Chola Saaje Har Ek Rang Chola Saaje

Video

Audio (Part 1)

Audio (Part 2)

Song – Maat Ang Chola Saaje, Har Ek Rang Chola Saaje (Aalingan) (1974) Singer – Mahendra Kapoor, Lyrics – Naqsh Lyallpuri, MD – Sapan Jagmohan
Unidentified Male Voice
Chorus

 

Lyrics

Part i
hey maa

maa aa aa
maat ang cholaa saaje ae
har ek rang cholaa saaje
maat ang cholaa saaje
har ek rang cholaa saaje
maat ang cholaa saaje ae
har ek rang cholaa saaje

maat ki mahima dekho
jyot din raina jaage
maat ki mahima dekho
jyot din raina jaage
maat ang cholaa saaje
har ek rang cholaa saaje
maat ang cholaa saaje
har ek rang cholaa saaje

hey maa
hey maa aa
hey maa aa
tu odhe laal chunariyaa
gehnon se kare singaar
tu odhe laal chunariyaa
gehnon se kare singaar
sheron par kare sawaari
tu shakti ka avtaar
sheron par kare sawaari
tu shakti ka avtaar

tere tej bhare do naina
tere adhron pe muskaan
tere dwaare sees jhukaayen
kya nirbal kya balwaan

hey maa sheraa waaliye
paunawaaliye
hey maa
hey maa

tu odhe laal chunariyaa
gehnon se kare singaar
sheron par kare sawaari
tu shakti ka avatar

(The following does not appear in the video clip; it is taken from other versions available).

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o o o o

tere hi naam ka maata
jagat mein dankaa baaje
tere hi naam ka maata
jagat mein dankaa baaje

maat ang cholaa saaje
har ek rang cholaa saaje
maat ang cholaa saaje ae
har ek rang cholaa saaje

maat ki mahima dekho
jyot din raina jaage
maat ki mahima dekho
jyot din raina jaage
maat ang cholaa saaje
har ek rang cholaa saaje
maat ang cholaa saaje
har ek rang cholaa saaje

———-)

hey maa
hey maa aa
hey maa aa aa

ooncha hai mandir tera
ooncha tera sthaan
ooncha hai mandir tera
ooncha tera sthaan
daani kya koi dooja
maa hoga tere samaan
daani kya koi dooja
maa hoga tere samaan

jo aaye shradhha leke
wo le jaaye wardaan
he maata tu bhakton ke
dukh sukh ka rakkhe dhyaan
o laatawaaliye
sherawaaliye
paunawaaliye
meri ya raaniye
maa
ooncha hai mandir tera
ooncha tera sthaan
daani ko kya koi dooja
maa hoga tere samaan
hey maa
hey maa
tere charnon mein aake
bhagya kaise na jaage
tere charnon mein aake
bhagya kaise na jaage
maat ang cholaa saaje
har ek rang cholaa saaje
maat ang cholaa saaje
har ek rang cholaa saaje
maat ki mahima dekho
jyot din raina jaage
maat ki mahima dekho
jyot din raina jaage
maat ang cholaa saaje
har ek rang cholaa saaje
maat ang cholaa saaje
har ek rang cholaa saaje

Part- 2

oonche mandrawaaliye maata teri sadaa hi
jai
paunawaaliye maata teri sadaa hi
jai
bol saanche darbaar ki
jai

maat ang cholaa saaje
har ek rang cholaa saaje
maat ang cholaa saaje
har ek rang cholaa saaje

maat ki mahima dekho
jyot din raina jaage
maat ki mahima dekho
jyot din raina jaage
maat ang cholaa saaje
har ek rang cholaa saaje ae
maat ang cholaa saaje ae
har ek rang cholaa saaje

hey maa aa
hey maa aa
hey maa aa aa
hey maa

mere dukhde door karo maa aa
mere sankat door karo o
mere dukhde door karo maa aa
mere sankat door karo o

mere saare kashta haro maa
meri vipadaa door karo
mere saare kashta haro maa
meri vipadaa door karo

meri vipadaa door karo maa
meri duvidhaa door karo
mere dukhde door karo maa aa
mere sankat door karo o

jeene ka saahas do maa
jeene ki shakti do

mere saare kashta haro maa
meri vipadaa door karo o

mere dukhde door karo maa
mere sankat door karo 0

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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भाग १
हे माँ
माँ आ आ
मात अंग चोला साजे ए
हर एक रंग चोला साजे
मात अंग चोला साजे ए
हर एक रंग चोला साजे
मात अंग चोला साजे ए
हर एक रंग चोला साजे

मात की महिमा देखो ओ
ज्योत दिन रैना जागे
मात की महिमा देखो ओ
ज्योत दिन रैना जागे
मात अंग चोला साजे ए
हर एक रंग चोला साजे
मात अंग चोला साजे ए
हर एक रंग चोला साजे

हे माँ
हे माँ आ
हे माँ आ
तू ओढ़े लाल चुनरिया
गहनों से करे सिंगार
तू ओढ़े लाल चुनरिया
गहनों से करे सिंगार
शेरों पर करे सवारी
तू शक्ति का अवतार
शेरों पर करे सवारी
तू शक्ति का अवतार
तेरे तेज भरे दो नैना
तेरे अधरों पे मुस्कान
तेरे द्वारे सीस झुकाएं
क्या निर्बल क्या बलवान
हे माँ शेरा वालिये
पौनावालिये
हे माँ
हे माँ
तू ओढ़े लाल चुनरिया
गहनों से करे सिंगार
शेरों पर करे सवारी
तू शक्ति का अवतार

हे माँ
हे माँ
हे माँ
ऊंचा है मंदिर तेरा
ऊंचा तेरा स्थान
ऊंचा है मंदिर तेरा
ऊंचा तेरा स्थान
दानी क्या कोई दूजा
माँ होगा तेरे समान
दानी क्या कोई दूजा
माँ होगा तेरे समान

जो आये श्रद्धा ले के
वो ले जाए वरदान
ए माता तू भक्तों के
दुःख सुख का रखे ध्यान
ओ लाटावालिये
शेरांवालिये
पौनावालिये
मेरी या रानिये
माँ
ऊंचा है मंदिर तेरा
ऊंचा तेरा स्थान
दानी क्या कोई दूजा
माँ होगा तेरे समान
हे माँ
हे माँ
तेरे चरणों में आ के ए
भाग्य कैसे न जागे
तेरे चरणों में आ के ए
भाग्य कैसे न जागे
मात अंग चोला साजे ए
हर एक रंग चोला साजे
मात अंग चोला साजे ए
हर एक रंग चोला साजे
मात की महिमा देखो ओ
ज्योत दिन रैना जागे
मात की महिमा देखो ओ
ज्योत दिन रैना जागे
मात अंग चोला साजे ए
हर एक रंग चोला साजे
मात अंग चोला साजे ए
हर एक रंग चोला साजे

भाग २

ऊंचे मंदरावालीये माता तेरी सदा ही जय
पौनावालिये माता तेरी सदा ही
जय
बोल सांचे दरबार की
जय

हे माँ आ
हे माँ आ
हे माँ आ आ
हे माँ
मात अंग चोला साजे ए
हर एक रंग चोला साजे
मात अंग चोला साजे ए
हर एक रंग चोला साजे
मात की महिमा देखो ओ
ज्योत दिन रैना जागे
मात की महिमा देखो ओ
ज्योत दिन रैना जागे
मात अंग चोला साजे ए
हर एक रंग चोला साजे
मात अंग चोला साजे ए
हर एक रंग चोला साजे
मेरे दुखड़े दूर करो माँ
मेरे संकट दूर करो ओ
मेरे दुखड़े दूर करो माँ
मेरे संकट दूर करो ओ
मेरे सारे कष्ट हरो माँ
मेरी विपदा दूर करो
मेरे सारे कष्ट हरो माँ
मेरी विपदा दूर करो
मेरी विपदा दूर करो माँ
मेरे सारे कष्ट हरो
मेरी विपदा दूर करो माँ
मेरे सारे कष्ट हरो

जीने का साहस दो माँ
जीने की शक्ति दो

मेरे सारे कष्ट हरो माँ
मेरी विपदा दूर करो ओ
मेरे दुखड़े दूर करो माँ
मेरे संकट दूर करो ओ


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“Galat Fahmi”(1949) was Pancholi Studio, Bombay Production. HFGK is silent about the makers of this movie as well as about the artists in the movie. According to the uploader of songs of this movie, the movie had Asha Posle and Nazar in it.

HFGK gives details of eiht songs and indicated that there were other songs in it as well whose details are not known.

This movie was also released in Pakistan as “Miss 1949”.

It seems that this movie was a movie that came up at the wrong time and suffered as it was caught among major events like Partition of the country and also sudden change in musical tastes (viz onset of the golden era of HFM in the same year), to name just two major developments that affected the fate of this movie.

A few songs from this movie are available. They are great songs in their own respect and they would have gone on to become all time hits if they had come in another time instead of 1949. I liked some of the female solos so much that I have held them back to be discussed on some special occasions.

For now, here is a light hearted song from “Galat Fahmi”(1949) whilch is sung by Nazar Hussain. Arsh Lucknowi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Inayat Ali.

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

I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of this song.

with this song, “Galat Fahmi”(1949) makes its debut in the blog . Nazar Hussain and Arsh Lucknowi too make their debuts in the blog with this song.


Song-Koi majnoo se keh de (Galat Fahmi)(1949) Singer-Nazar Hussain, Lyrics-Arsh Lucknowi, MD-Inayat Ali

Lyrics

Koi majnoo se keh de
tera jodidaar baithha hai
hai ae ae
teri jaanaat(??) ban kar
haan
teri jaanaat(??) ban kar
aaj pehredaar baithha hai
aaj pehredaar baithha hai
koi majnoo se keh de

muhabbat ki sadak par
bach ke kyaa jaaogi tum ham se
sun liya
muhabbat ki sadak par
bach ke kyaa jaaogi tum ham se
ae ae ae ae ae ae
tera aashiq meri jaan haan haan
tera aashiq meri jaan
le ke motor car
car baithha hai
tera aashiq meri jaan
le ke motor car
car baithha hai
koi majnoo se keh de

ye hotel hai bataao
balle balle
ya mohabbat ka shifaakhaana
ye hotel hai bataao
ya mohabbat ka shifaakhaana
haan aan aan aan aan aan
yahaan baithha hai jo bhi haan
yahaan baithha hai jo bhi
ishq ka beemaar baithha hai
ishq ka beemaar baithha hai
Koi majnoo se keh de

teri furqat mein daudaayenge
ab ham ishq ka ghoda
aa aa aa aa aa aa
zara dekho to kis number
zara dekho to dus number
pe barkhurdaar baithha hai
haan barkhurdaar baithha hai
Koi majnoo se keh de
tera jodidaar baithha hai
tera jodidaar baithha hai
?? ban kar


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Today (28 september 2017) is the birth anniversary of one and only Lata Mangeshkar. People may have wondered why there was a lull in the blog today. These days we have just a couple of posts daily with some rare days when we manage to crank up the rate to day four of five songs a day.

Lata Mangeshkar is the most well represented artist in the blog. As many as 3244 songs sung by Lata Mangeshkar are represented in the blog. There was a time when she averaged over one song a day in the blog. With less songs posted in the blog over the last couple of years, now the figure stands at 3244 songs /3359 days, viz. 0.966 songs per day.

Out of these 3244 songs, as many as 2074 songs are solo songs. So the remaining 1170 of her songs are duets and others. Her most common singing partner has been Rafi. The two of them have collaborated in around 415 duets or so. As many as 328 of these duets are already represented in the blog.

On the occasion of Lata Mangeshkar’s birth anniversary today, here is a less heard Rafi Lata duet. This song is from “Band Master” (1963). This movie was directed by Ravindra Dave for R L Films, Bombay. This obscure movie had Jagdeep, Azra, Lalita Pawar, Rajan Haksar, Ravikant etc in it.

The movie had four songs in it. HFGK is silent about the singers of these songs including the song under question. But on listening to the songs, one can easily identify the voices in all four songs.

The song under discussion, the third song from the movie to be covered here, is sung by Lata and Rafi. Prem Dhawan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Chitragupta.

On the occasion of the birth anniversary of Lata Mangeshkar (28 september 1929), here is the 329th Rafi-Lata duet to appear in the blog. I take this opportunity to wish her a very happy birth anniversary and wish her many more happy returns of the day.


Song-Sajna saawan aaya (Band Master)(1963) Singers-Lata, Rafi, Lyrics-Prem Dhawan, MD-Chitragupta

Lyrics

sajna
saawan aaya
sajna saawan aaya
haaye
dil udke chala hai baadal mein
ho
mujhko saath liya ja
mujhko saath liya ja
haaye
dil baandh ke mera aanchal mein
ho

sajna saawan aaya

hosh lutaa ke
hosh mein aaye
ye hai paheli kaisi
koi samjhaaye
hosh lutaa ke
hosh mein aaye
ye hai paheli kaisi
koi samjhaaye

dil to ganwaaya to jeene ka maza hai paaya
sajna saawan aaya
sajna saawan aaya
haaye
dil udke chala hai baadal mein
ho
sajna saawan aaya

mujhpe nasheeli nazren na daalo
gir gir jaau main to aake sambhaalo
mujhpe nasheeli nazren na daalo
gir gir jaaun main to aake sambhaalo
hum kya sambhaalen
ke ham pe bhi nasha hai chhaaya
mujhko saath liya ja
mujhko saath liya ja
haaye
dil baandh ke mera aanchal mein
ho

sajna saawan aaya


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“Wo Zamaana”(1947) was directed by Manibhai Vyas for Ranjeet Movietone, Bombay. This “historicl” movie had Khursheed (Junior), Lalita Pawar, Altaf, Padma bannerji, Subhadra Devi, Sheikh Hasan, S N Tripathi, Pt Iqbal, Joshi, Ramswaroop, Nafeez Khalili, Kaabuli, Iqbal Hussain, Ibrahim, Bhupatrai Ojha etc in it.

This movie had ten obscure songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Wo Zamaana”(1947) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Mohantara Talpade. Pt Indra Chandra is th lyricist. Music is composed by Bulo C Rani.

Only the audio of this song (which sounds like a patriotic song) is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of the song.

With this song, “Wo Zamaana”(1947) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Mol hua anmol jeewan ka (Wo Zamaana)(1947) Singer-Mohantara Talpade, Lyrics-Pt Indra Chandra, MD-Bulo C Rani

Lyrics

mol hua anmol jeewan ka
mol hua anmol jeewan ka
mol hua anmol
jai swadesh
jai janmbhoomi
jai swadesh
jai janmbhoomi
saans saans mein bol
mol hua anmol jeewan ka
mol hua anmol

jug jug janam dharoon oon
jug jug janam dharoon
maiyya desh ki sewa karoon
maiyya desh ki sewa karoon
saat swarg se badhkar meri
saat swarg se badhkar meri
maatribhoomi ka mol
mol hua anmol jeewan ka
mol hua anmol

mitti meri phool khilaaye
raakh chita ki udd udd gaaye
mitti meri phool khilaaye
raakh chita ki udd udd gaaye
jahaan se achcha desh hamaara
swarg se sundar desh hamaara
praanon se pyaara desh hamaara
jeete marte bol
mol hua anmol jeewan ka
mol hua anmol


This article is written by Raja, 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.

Today we pay tribute here on the blog to Mahendra Kapoor, one of the well-known voices of the golden era of Hindi music, on the occasion of his 9th death anniversary. There are many ways to start this tribute but, instead of “getting my eye in”, let me, Sehwag-style, straightaway go for it. By “it”, I mean the elephant in the room.

That is, why are there so many people who dislike Mahendra Kapoor’s voice? On many occasions when I’ve discussed music with other music-lovers, there have been varying opinions on Rafisaab, Kishore, Shankar Jaikishen, RD Burman and others. Most of these artistes are much-admired but there has  been the occasional detractor too. This makes for interesting debate for me, because I like to understand the rationale behind the minority contrarian view.

With Mahendra Kapoor, it seems to be just the opposite. In fact, I probably find myself now holding the minority contrarian view on him, considering the majority view of music lovers seems to not rate him much. In fact, even amongst some Atulites, there is a certain scepticism about Mahendra Kapoor. So where does this come from? And if many, knowledgeable, music-lovers share this, can they all be wrong?

Even OP Nayyar in an interview late in his life said that he didn’t exactly rate Mahendra Kapoor as a singer.  And this, from someone, who used Mahendra Kapoor fairly extensively in the mid/late 60s after being upset with Rafisaab. In fact, MK had delivered quite a few hits for OP – songs like “Mera Pyaar Wo Hai“(from ‘Ye Raat Phir Na Aayegi’, 1966), “Laakhon Hain Yahaan Dilwaale” and “Aankhon Mein Qayaamat Ke Kaajal” (from ‘Kismat’, 1968), “Andhere Mein Jo Baithe Hain” (from ‘Sambandh’, 1969), “Kamar Patli, Nazar Bijli“, “O Yaaron Ki Tamanna Hai Teri Zulfon Mein Fans Jaayen”  and “Tumhaara Chaahne Waala Khuda Ki Duniya Mein” (from ‘Kahin Din Kahin Raat’, 1968). All popular songs. In the interview, OPN made this comment in the context of missing Rafisaab, but I feel it was rather harsh on MK.

Yet, MK had a fairly successful career spanning five decades. Would that have happened if he had really not been of a certain standard?

My take on this is, each singer is different.  He has his own voice, style, range which makes him unique. This might endear him to others – or it might not, depending on the listener’s taste.  There are many who do not even like Mukesh’s singing. They consider him limited. And there are many who swear by him. So it is a matter of taste.

We could apply the same reasoning to MK too. He had his unique voice, style and range – which clearly did not appeal to some.  I think what made it much more difficult for him was the constant comparison with Rafisaab.  Invariably, it ended up making MK look like an imitator, the poor man’s Rafisaab – with the consequent aversion to his singing. In MK’s defence, this is not his fault. He was who he was, never claiming to be anywhere at the level of Rafisaab. He was very conscious of the fact that Rafisaab was in a different league altogether – MK considered him his guru. He can hardly be blamed if the composers wanted a Rafisaab clone and thought he could fit the bill.

I must mention here that when the two, MK and Rafisaab, did sing together in Aadmi (1968) for “Kaisi Haseen Aaj Bahaaron Ki Raat Hai”, MK totally held his ground. (This song was initially recorded as a Rafisaab-Talat duet, but in the film version, the playback pair was Rafisaab-MK).

And that is the point I am trying to make. I am no diehard MK fan – but I am not a critic either.  Like I’ve often said, I enjoy listening to various singers – and that includes MK. Every singer has sung excellent songs – and some not-so-good ones (at least in my humble opinion). MK is no exception. I’m no music expert, but I think the one thing that is most impressive about MK’s singing – and I hope even his critics will agree on this – was his high range. It is really astounding – he could hold his voice even at highest octaves, which even a singer of Rafisaab’s stature could not match. Just listen to “Chaand Chhupaa Aur Taare Doobey” from the 1958 film ‘Sohni Mahiwal’ and “Na Munh Chhupaa Ke Jiyo Aur Na Sar Jhukaa Ke Jiyo” from ‘Hamraaz’ in 1967, and you’ll know what I mean. Another song that comes to mind is “Ramchandra Kah Gaye Siya Se” (from ‘Gopi’, 1970). There are other songs too where this particular ability of MK was sought to be put to good use by the composers.

Talking about composers, it is hard to think of Mahendra Kapoor without thinking of Ravi. Now Ravi is another artiste who sometimes draws criticism from music lovers. But if anyone could get the most out of MK, it was certainly Ravi. Especially in BR Chopra films, the combination of Mahendra Kapoor and Ravi, with Sahir as lyricist, delivered hit after amazing hit. Songs of ‘Gumraah’ (1963) and ‘Hamraaz’ (1967), to name just two of these films, are hugely popular to this day. I used to have a cassette with songs of these two films (on the two sides) and would play it non-stop on long car journeys. To date, I can listen to the songs of these two films any number of times. Fast forward, and I would also like to mention “Dil Ki Ye Aarzoo Thi Koi Dilruba Miley” from ‘Nikaah’ (1982).

Another composer who used MK successfully is the Kalyanji Anandji duo. Manoj Kumar  often used Mahendra Kapoor as his voice, especially after the huge success of “Mere Desh Ki Dharti” (Upkaar). In fact, this is the first Mahendra Kapoor song that I remember listening to in my life. Other songs that come to mind are “Iktaara Boley” from Yaadgaar (1970), “Hai Preet Jahan Ki Reet Sada” and “Dulhan Chali O Pehan Chali” from ‘Purab Aur Paschim’ (also 1970), which were also hugely popular. In fact, except for the one Mukesh song in ‘Purab Aur Paschim’, Mahendra Kapoor was the main male playback in a film full of songs.

Manoj Kumar’s preference for Mahendra Kapoor, even in the 70s and later, when Kishore Kumar was the reigning voice, could be seen in ‘Roti Kapda Aur Makaan’ (1974) – “Aur Nahin Bas Aur Nahin” and ‘Kranti’ (1981) – “Ab Ke Baras Tujhe Dharti Ki Raani Kar Denge“. Both these films had Laxmikant-Pyarelal as composers, but Manoj Kumar preferred MK as his voice.

Apart from Hindi films, Mahendra Kapoor sang a number of songs for regional cinema. Younger generations (well, younger than those who were already familiar with MK from before the 80s) will probably remember him best for the TV serial, Mahabharat, produced by, who else but, BR Chopra.

So, whatever be anyone’s opinion of Mahendra Kapoor (and each person is entitled to his/her opinion), I will always be grateful to him for the songs of ‘Hamraaz’ and ‘Gumraah’.

Now, moving on to the song for today. This is from the film ‘Anmol Moti’ (1969), starring Jeetendra and Babita. After the phenomenal success of ‘Farz’ (1967), this was a popular pairing, especially after ‘Aulaad’ (1968) also did well. They also came together in ‘Bikhre Mot’ (1971), ‘Banphool’ (1971) and ‘Ek Haseena Do Deewaane’ (1972).

Anmol Moti (1969) is a film I remember seeing as a very young boy. In fact, I saw this film right after I saw ‘Suhaag Raat’ (1968), also starring Jeetendra. In that film, Jeetendra’s character dies at the end. So when I saw ‘Anmol Moti’, I was very confused. I remember asking my sisters how he had come back after dying. They had a jolly good laugh at my expense. 🙂

I haven’t seen this film recently but I do remember this being a film about pearl diving. It was also the first time I heard of an octopus in my life. I also remember a few songs from this film, the most famous song probably being”Ae Jaane Chaman Tera Gora Badan“. The song being posted today, “Sehmi Sehmi Kahaan Chali” was also quite popular in its time. So when I was looking for a song for Mahendra Kapoor, this one came to mind – and happened to still be available for posting. The music is by Ravi, the lyrics by Rajinder Krishan.

Enjoy this popular song from the radio listening days.


Song – Sehmi Sehmi Kahaan Chali (Anmol Moti) (1969) Singer – Mahendra Kapoor, Lyrics – Rajendra Krishan, MD – Ravi
Chorus

Lyrics

sehmi sehmi kahaan chali
chhod ke dilwaalon ki gali
kab tak aankh churaayegi
kabhi na kabhi to phansegi mere jaal mein
ho kabhi na kabhi to phansegi mere jaal mein

o sehmi sehmi kahaan chali
chhod ke dilwaalon ki gali
kab tak aankh churaayegi
kabhi na kabhi to phansegi mere jaal mein
hoy kabhi na kabhi to phansegi mere jaal mein

haaye tera ye alhadpan
tauba tauba ye chitwan
aankhon mein shole naachen
zulfon mein khele saawan
haaye tera ye alhadpan
tauba tauba ye chitwan
aankhon mein shole naachen
zulfon mein khele saawan
ghir kar aa
baras bhi jaa
kab tak yunh tarsaayegi
kabhi na kabhi to phansegi mere jaal mein
hoy kabhi na kabhi to phansegi mere jaal mein
o sehmi sehmi kahaan chali
chhod ke dilwaalon ki gali
kab tak aankh churaayegi
kabhi na kabhi to phansegi mere jaal mein
hoy kabhi na kabhi to phansegi mere jaal mein

nayi jawaani ki hulchul
jaise bin barsaa baadal
kehti hai har angdaayi
saath hamen bhi letee chal
nayi jawaani ki hulchul
jaise bin barsaa baadal
kehti hai har angdaayi
saath hamen bhi letee chal
aankh milaa
maan bhi jaa
kab tak haath na aayegi
kabhi na kabhi to phansegi mere jaal mein
hoy kabhi na kabhi to phansegi mere jaal mein

o sehmi sehmi kahaan chali
chhod ke dilwaalon ki gali
kab tak aankh churaayegi
kabhi na kabhi to phansegi mere jaal mein
hoy kabhi na kabhi to phansegi mere jaal mein
o sehmi sehmi kahaan chali
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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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सहमी सहमी कहाँ चली
छोड़ के दिलवालों की गली
कब तक आँख चुराएगी
कभी ना कभी तो फसेगी मेरे जाल में
हो कभी ना कभी तो फसेगी मेरे जाल में

ओ सहमी सहमी कहाँ चली
छोड़ के दिलवालों की गली
कब तक आँख चुराएगी
कभी ना कभी तो फसेगी मेरे जाल में
होए कभी ना कभी तो फसेगी मेरे जाल में

हाए तेरा ये अल्हड़पन
तौबा तौबा ये चितवन
आँखों में शोले नाचें
ज़ुल्फों में खेले सावन
हाए तेरा ये अल्हड़पन
तौबा तौबा ये चितवन
आँखों में शोले नाचें
ज़ुल्फों में खेले सावन
घिर कर आ
बरस भी जा
कब तक यूं ही तरसाएगी
कभी ना कभी तो फसेगी मेरे जाल में
होए कभी ना कभी तो फसेगी मेरे जाल में

ओ सहमी सहमी कहाँ चली
छोड़ के दिलवालों की गली
कब तक आँख चुराएगी
कभी ना कभी तो फसेगी मेरे जाल में
होए कभी ना कभी तो फसेगी मेरे जाल में

नई जवानी की हलचल
जैसे बिन बरसा बादल
कहती है हर अंगड़ाई
साथ हमें भी लेती चल
नई जवानी की हलचल
जैसे बिन बरसा बादल
कहती है हर अंगड़ाई
साथ हमें भी लेती चल
आँख मिला
मान भी जा
कब तक हाथ ना आएगी
कभी ना कभी तो फसेगी मेरे जाल में
होए कभी ना कभी तो फसेगी मेरे जाल में

ओ सहमी सहमी कहाँ चली
छोड़ के दिलवालों की गली
कब तक आँख चुराएगी
कभी ना कभी तो फसेगी मेरे जाल में
होए कभी ना कभी तो फसेगी मेरे जाल में
ओ सहमी सहमी कहाँ चली


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“Bhed” (1950) was an an Amba Cinetone (Jal K Baliwaala productions), Bombay presentation. Details of its producer, director, actors etc are not available. Total number of songs in the movie are not known. HFGK gives a list of nine songs and indicates that there may have been more songs in it whose details are not available.

I find that there was a movie called “Do Bahaadur”(1953) which reused at least five songs from “Bhed””(1950). In addition, at least one song from “Ustaad Pedro” (1951) was reused in “Do Bahaadur” (1953). So it is a curious case where contents of past movies (songs, and may be other parts as well) were reused in a later movie. We have noticed in in some other cases as well. For instance, the songs of “Amar Kahaani” (1949) were reused in “Kanchan” (1955). “Amar Kahaani” (1949) had Suraiyya in lead role and she sang her songs there. She was not there in “Kanchan”(1955) though and there her songs were lip synced by another actress.

In other words, “Do Bahaadur”(1953), “Kanchan”(1955) etc are movies that do not have any “original” songs of their own. So we in this blog have avoided describing songs as belonging to these movies.

One song from “Bhed”(1950) has been discussed in the past. Here is the second song from the movie to appear in the blog. This “remonstrating with the Almighty” genre of song is sung by Geeta Dutt (then Roy). Madhukar Rajasthani is the lyricist. Music is composed by Mukul Roy,

Same song was later reused in “Do Bahaadur”(1953) as well though HFGK (part III) has not identified the singer (describing her as a female singer) and likewise the lyricist too has gone unidentified in HFGK in part III. They were duly identified in HFGK part II though for entries against “Bhed”(1950).

The artists of “Bhed”(1950) are not known. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on this obscure movie as also on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Fariyaad suno prabhu meri (Bhed)(1950) Singer-Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Madhukar Rajasthani, MD-Mukul Roy

Lyrics

fariyaad suno prabhu meri
fariyaad suno prabhu meri
baadal baras rahe hain dukh ke ae ae
baadal baras rahe hain dukh ke
kya maane hote hain sukh ke
na jaana prabu maine ab tak
dekhi rain andheri
fariyaad suno prabhu meri
fariyaad suno prabhu meri

ankhiyaan ro ro haar gayin een een een
ankhiyaan ro ro haar gayin
sudh kyun meri bisaar gayi ee ee
daya karo he dayalu bhagwan
kaahe karo ab deri
kaahe karo ab deri
fariyaad suno prabhu meri
fariyaad suno prabhu meri

tere dwaar pe laakhon aate ae ae ae
tere dwaar pe laakhon aate
munh maanga vardaan wo paate
maine prabhu kya tera bigaada aa aa aa
maine prabhu kya tera bigaada aa
rahe museebat gheri
rahe museebat gheri
fariyaad suno prabhu meri
fariyaad suno prabhu meri

tere ghar se khaali jaaun oon oon
tere ghar se khaali jaaun
aur kahaan main maa ban jaaun
aasha lekar aayi hoon prabhu oo oo
aasha lekar aayi hoon prabhu
bhar de jholi meri
bhar de jholi meri
fariyaad suno prabhu meri
fariyaad suno prabhu meri


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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.

I have in one of my earlier posts mentioned this that music lovers like me always have songs playing in their mind. Or some incidents/memories will always bring some song to mind (that is what I think). For me many things / situations time to time bring me to some song, or it will remind me of some song that I would have listened earlier may be years before or a song which is lying dormant in my memory.

Over the years, after this social networking sites came into being sometimes I have been sharing some photographs to my friend circles on these sites. I like to click photos of nature and surroundings whenever I get chance to do that. And generally, I try to share them with a ‘caption’ which mostly is a ‘mukhda’ or few lines of a song of a Hindi movie (and preferably it would be a song penned by Sahir).

Couple of weeks back when I was travelling by air I had taken few snapshots from the window of my flight. The window seat was not my original seat. But I was requested to exchange it by a couple, who were allotted two different locations :). Normally I do not use the mobile in flight, but could not resist the temptation as I was experiencing this clear sky above the clouds. It was almost at 38,000 feet and given the layer of the clouds below I was very excited to watch this.

After few days when I get settled at my ‘base station’ I browsed through these snapshots, thinking of sharing them, and thinking of the ‘caption’ that I should write with the picture, I just broke into humming these lines ‘Chal baadalon se aage. . . ’

When I checked on the blog it was not there. I was surprised!! How can it happen that this was yet to be posted? So, I checked again and again with the movie details etc. but it was not there. I was aware of this song because it was in my collection in one of the compilations (cassette) published by HMV in 1986.

I got in touch with my daughter in India to send me the photo of the cover of the cassette and also the photo of this movie page from the respective HFGK. Today I am presenting this beautiful song from the movie ‘Ek Jhalak’ (1957). That is how I get to this song and in turn this post here.

‘Ek Jhalak’ was directed by Kalidas for Deep and Pradeep Productions, Bombay. It was produced by Deep Khosla and Pradeep Kumar. The cast of ‘Ek Jhalak-1957’ includes Vijayantimala, Pradeep Kumar, Anita Guha, Rajendra Kumar, Pran, Mubarak, Lalita Pawar, Bipin Gupta, Randhir, Om Prakash, Hira Sawant, Rashid Khan, Tuntun, CV Rao, Patanjali, Gajendra, Amin, Fazal Khan, Saar, Deep Khosla and others.

Music of this movie was composed by Hemant Kumar and all the nine songs in this movie (as per HFGK) were written by SH Bihari. Out of these nine songs (including one multiple version song) four songs have already been posted on the blog. These are – “Baharen Bhi Dekhi, Nazaare Bhi Dekhe“, “Gori Chori Chori Jaana Buri Baat Hai“, “Aa Ja Zara Mere Dil Ke Sahaare Dilruba“, and “Ye Hansta Hua Kaarvaan Zindagi Ka. . .“.

Today, 26th September also happens to be the Remembrance Day (16.06.1920 – 26.09.1989) of singer-composer Hemant Kumar Mukherjee whom we fondly know as Hemant Kumar. On this occasion, instead of going into the biographical and filmographical details of the songs sung by and/or composed by Hemant Kumar, I will just list out the other songs from this compilation ‘Vintage Favourites – Hemant Kumar – Sings His Own Compositions’ brought out by HMV in 1986 and which was bought by me on 13.03.1987 for my collection.

 

Going through the list of this songs and listening them is also enough to create the magic of that ‘unique’ voice which has left behind a great legacy of memorable and unforgettable gems (and many of my favourite categories viz. ‘motivational’ and ‘philosophical’)

All wonderful songs remembering us of the ‘vintage’ voice of Hemant Kumar. Let us now enjoy the today’s song. When I listened to it I was doubtful of the available link due to the duration of the song. So, I arranged a remote listening of this song in the cassette in my collection and listen it on the phone to confirm it. However the available song is a complete song and there is no second antaraa in this song.

As per HFGK the title of the today’s song is mentioned as “O Jal Mein Rehnewaali… Chal Baadalon Se Aage”. However in the available links the song starts with the words ‘chal baadalon se aage’. There may be some introductory lines which I think may not be included in the soundtrack of this song.


Song – Chal Baadlon Se Aage (Ek Jhalak) (1957) Singers – Hemant Kumar, Asha Bhosle,  Lyrics – SH Bihari, MD – Hemant Kumar

Lyrics

chal baadalon se aage
kuchh aur hi samaa hai
har cheez hai niraali
har zindagi jawaan hai

chal baadalon se aage
kuchh aur hi samaa hai
har cheez hai niraali
har zindagi jawaan hai
chal baadlon se aage

jisey dekhne ko meri
aankhen taras rahi hai. . .
jisey dekhne ko meri
aankhen taras rahi hai
wo jagah jahaan pe har dam
khushiyaan baras rahi hai
mere khwaab ki wo duniyaa
batlaao to kahaan hai
har cheez hai niraali
har zindagi jawaan hai

chal baadalon se aage
kuchh aur hi samaa hai
har cheez hai niraali
har zindagi jawaan hai
chal baadalon se aage

———————————————————
Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Ashwini Scrapwala)
———————————————————

चल बादलों से आगे
कुछ और ही समा है
हर चीज़ है निराली
हर ज़िन्दगी जवाँ है

चल बादलों से आगे
कुछ और ही समा है
हर चीज़ है निराली
हर ज़िन्दगी जवाँ है

जिसे देखने को मेरी
आँखें तरस रही है
जिसे देखने को मेरी
आँखें तरस रही है
वो जगह जहां पे हर दम
खुशियाँ बरस रही है
मेरे ख्वाब की वो दुनिया
बतलाओ तो कहाँ है
हर चीज़ है निराली
हर ज़िन्दगी जवाँ है

चल बादलों से आगे
कुछ और ही समा है
हर चीज़ है निराली
हर ज़िन्दगी जवाँ है

 


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“Dooj Ka Chaand”(1964) was directed by Nitin Bose for Filmasia, Bombay. The movie had Ashok Kumar, Bharat Bhushan, B saroja Devi, Chandrashekhar, Ratna, Ulhas, Murad, Ifthikar, raj Kumar, Parshuram, Prabhat Kumar, Radheshyam, Mirza Musharraf, Chaman Puri, Polson, Tiwari, Shah, Abhimanyu, Mahavir, Sharma, Ravikant, Tanveer, Nimbalkar, N Kashmiri, Padhi, Puttu, Agha, Sulochana, Azra, Preetibala, Jeewankala, Madhumati, Rani, Leena, tuntun etc in it.

The movie had nine songs in it. Seven of these songs have been covered in the blog. That leaves two more songs from the movie to be covered.

Here is the eighth and penultimate song from the movie. HFGK does not mention any record number for this song, which means that records of this song were not made and this song figures only in the movie.

This song is sung by Manna Dey and Geeta Dutt. The song is picturised as a Ram bhajan on Chandrashekhar, Sulochana and Bharat Bhushan.

Sahir Ludhianvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Roshan.


Song-Vinti suno mori avadhpur ke basaiya (Dooj Ka Chaand)(1964) Singers-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Sahir Ludhianvi, MD-Roshan
Manna Dey + Geeta Dutt

Lyrics

vinti suno mori avadhpur ke basaiya
vinti suno mori avadhpur ke basaiya
vinti suno mori avadhpur ke basaiya

bhakt janon ki raksha keejo
sukh sampati ki chhaya deejo
bhakt jano ki raksha keejo
tum hi to ho prabhu
tum hi to ho prabhu
jag mein dukh ke haraiya
vinti suno mori avadhpur ke basaiya


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“Chaalis Din”(1959) aka “Forty days” was directed by Dwarka Khosla for Zar Productions, Bombay. The movie had Premnath, Shakila, K N Singh, Maruti, Nishi, Shammi, Chaman Puri, Cuckoo, Bhagwan etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. Four songs from the movie are represented in the blog. All these songs were discussed in 2011. after a lull of six years, here is the next song from “Chaalis Din”(1959) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Kaifi Azmi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Baabul.

The song is picturised as a club song on Shakila, with most leading characters in the movie in attendance.

I have noticed that Asha Bhonsle tends to pronounce “jhoothh” as “jhoot”, not only in this song but in other songs as well. So she sings the song as “jhooti mohabbat jhooti adaayen”. Nevertheless I have noted down those words as they should be pronounced.


Song-Jhoothhi mohabbat jhoothhi adaayen (Chaalis Din)(1959) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Kaifi Azmi, MD-Baabul

Lyrics

jhoothhi mohabbat jhoothhi adaayen
jhoothhi mohabbat jhoothhi adaayen
jhoothhon se dil na laga
kaun hai tera ho kaun lutera
kaun hai tera kaun lutera
dekh ke aankh mila aa aa
jhoothhi mohabbat jhoothhi adaayen
jhoothhi mohabbat

pal mein marne waale dil pe nahin mar sakte
matlab ke bande
pyaar nahin kar sakte
pyar nahin kar sakte
ho pyaar hai inka dhokhha ho dhokhha
chaal mein inki na aa
jhoothhi mohabbat jhoothhi adaayen
jhoothhi mohabbat jhoothhi adaayen
jhoothhon se dil na laga
jhoothhi mohabbat jhoothhi adaayen
jhoothhi mohabbat

jisko dekha phaansa
hai ye shikaari aise
mast ada ne jinki
tode hain dil kaise kaise
haaye
tode hain dil kaise kaise
ho inki adaaon se bachna ho bachna
denge tujhko daga aa aa
jhoothhi mohabbat jhoothhi adaayen
jhoothhi mohabbat jhoothhi adaayen
jhoothhon se dil na laga aa
kaun hai tera ho kaun lutera
kaun hai tera kaun lutera
dekh ke aankh mila aa aa
jhoothhi mohabbat jhoothhi adaayen
jhoothhi mohabbat


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