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Balamwa re sajanwa re jab se naina se naina lage

Posted on: November 9, 2017


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Today (9 november 2017) is the death anniversary of Ghulam Haider ( 1908- 9 november 1953). He left this world when he was jist in his 40s, but by that time he had revolutionised the HFM scenario.

In the earlier days, Hindi film music was based on classical music and common people failed to identify much with them. It was Ghulam Haider, who introduced the revolutionary concept that HFM should draw from folk music. He introduced Punjabi folk music style songs in HFM and the rest, as they say, was history. Other music directors too began to compose music based on folk music of other regions like UP, Bangal, Maharashtra, Gujrat etc and that made HFM immensely popular among ordinary people. And that popularity continues to this date.

Though Ghulam Haider made his debut as a music director in 1930s with “Swarg Ki Seedhi”(1935) and “Majnu”(1935), he came into his own starting from 1941 when he delivered “Khazaanchi”(1941), “Khaandaan”(1942), and “Zameendaar”(1942). All these three movies were musical blockbusters. All three movies have already been YIPPEED in the blog.

Overall, Ghulam Haider composed music for 24 Indian movies where he composed some 189 songs. 22 movies and 113 songs of Ghulam Haider are covered in the blog. Six of these movies have been YIPPEED.

“Poonji”(1943) is not yet YIPPEED. “Poonji” (1943) was directed by Vishnu R pancholi and Ravindranath Dave for Pancholi Art Pictures, Lahore. This movie had M Ismail, Raagini, Jayant, Manorama, Ajmal, Baby akhtar, Durga Mota, Miss Pandey, Anwari, G N Butt etc in it. Four out of ten songs from the movie have been covered in the past. Here is the fifth song from “Poonji”(1943) to appear in the blog. It is sung by Shamshad Begam. The lyricist (there were three of them in the movie) is not known. Music is composed by Ghulam Haider, of course.

I have not been able to get one word (may be more) right in the lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks suggest corrections as applicable.


Song-Balamwa re sajanwa re jab se naina se naina lage (Poonji)(1943) Singer-Shamshad Begam, MD-Ghulam Haider

balamva re
sajanva re
jab se naina se naina lage
balamvaaa
sajanva re
jab se naina
balam
jab se naina
saajan
jab se naina se naina lage

more man ki duniya
baagi(?) kasur hai nyaara
more man ki duniya
baagi(?) kasur hai nyaara
hai jisne jeeta
usne sab kuch hara
hai jisne jeeta
usne sab kuch hara
saanvariya
prem lagan ho jis ke man mein
saari rain jage
re balam
jab se naina
saajan
jab se naina se naina lage
balamvaa
sajanva re
jab se naina balam
jab se naina saajan
jab se naina se naina lage

chupke chupke nainon mein aaye
chupke chupke nainon mein aaye
aur dheere dheere man mein samaaye
aur dheere dheere man mein samaaye
sanvariya re
nainan baan lage more man mein
ho re
sanvariya re
nainan baan lage more man mein
ghaayal kaise bache
re balam
jab se naina
saajan
jab se naina se naina lage
balamva re
sajanva re
jab se naina se naina lage

o bhole baalam
preet ki reet anokhi
o bhole baalam
preet ki reet anokhi
ye ki nahin jaati zaalim kisi se
nain mile tab hoti
ye ki nahin jaati zaalim kisi se
nain mile tab hoti
saanvariya re
laakh chhupa lo
man ki duniya
ho re
saanwariya re
laakh chhupa lo
man ki duniya
daaku chor thhage
re balam
jab se naina
saajan
jab se naina se naina lage
balamvaa
sajanva re
jab se naina
balam
jab se naina
saajan
jab se naina se naina lage

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