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Archive for December 2017


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“Dhamki”(1945) was directed by Ravindra Dave for Pancholi Art Pictures, Lahore. The movie had Raagini, Al Nasir, Smriti, Ajmal, G N Butt, Kalawati, Omprakash, Ghulam Qadir etc in it.

The movie had nine songs in it. Two songs from the movie have been covered in the blog in the past.

Here is the second song from the movie to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Zeenat Begam. D N Madhok is the lyricist. Music is composed by Pt Amarnath.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Milaa ke ankhiyaan ankhiyaan na churaana (Dhamki)(1945) Singer-Zeenat Begam, Lyrics-D N Madhok, MD-Pt Amarnath

Lyrics

mila ke ankhiyaan
mila ke ankhiyaan
ankhiyaan na churaana
mila ke ankhiyaan
ankhiyaan na churaana
main roye roye mar jaaungi
chhod na jaana
main roye roye mar jaaungi
chhod na jaana
ho o mila ke ankhiyaan
ankhiyaan na churaana

maine dekha hai
maine dekha hai
pyaar ki aankh mein paani ee
maano maano jo
maano maano ji
mushqil hai badi nibhaani
aisa na ho
ho o aisa na ho
baalam hanse zamaana
mila ke ankhiyaan
ankhiyaan na churaana
ho o mila ke ankhiyaan
ankhiyaan na churaana

bewafaai se
bewafai se dil jo utar aaye ae
in nigaahon me
in nigaahon mein
haaye koi chhaaye
yaad rakhna
haaye yaad rakhna
sainya ji tora gaana
mila ke ankhiyaan
ankhiyaan na churaana
ho o
mila ke ankhiyaan
ankhiyaan na churaana
main roye roye mar jaaungi
chhod na jaana
main roye roye mar jaaungi
chhod na jaana
ho o
mila ke ankhiyaan
ankhiyaan na churaana

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This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, 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’s song is from film ‘Sautela Bhai’ (1962). This film was about the divine quality of brotherly love between step-brothers, like Ram-Laxman or Ram-Bharat. The film had its quota of all possible tear jerking emotions and the artful close relatives who would enjoy the sorrow and misery of the otherwise united family. Actually, this was a most suitable story for a south Indian film, like AVM, who specialised in such movies.

This film’s story was based on famous Bangla author Sarat Chandra Chatopadhyaya’s novel ‘Baikunther Will’ (1920). There was another novel containing the word “will”, viz ‘Krishnakanter Will’ which was penned by Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay in 1878.

These novels became the basis of several films in Bangla, Hindi and Tamil etc. The first silent movie came in 1927. Its Hindi version came in 1932 as ‘Krishnakant Ka Wasiyatnama’. Its latest Bangla version came in 2007 and Tamil film ‘Rohini’ came in 1953. However ‘Baikunther Will’ was not that popular and only one Bangla and one Hindi film was based on this novel. Screenplay and dialogues of Sautela Bhai were by Dev Kishen and film was directed by Mahesh Kaul.

Mahesh Kaul (1911-1972) was born in Lahore and educated in Moni College, Nagpur. After graduation, he worked as a journalist and then as a bank manager. He then started his career in films as a lyricist and dialogue writer. He debuted as an actor in KA Abbas scripted film ‘Naya Sansar’ (1941) and played Dronacharya’s role in film ‘Mahatma Vidur’ (1943). He was also in ‘Apna Ghar’ (1942). His first film as a director was ‘Angoori’ in 1943. Then came ‘Paristan’ (1944). He produced and directed film ‘Gopinath’ (1948), with Raj Kapoor and IPTA actress Tripti Mitra. Some of his major directorial ventures were ‘Naujawan’ (1951), ‘Akhri Dao’ (1958), ‘Talaaq’ (1958), ‘Kagaz Ke Phool’ (1959). As an actor his notable films are ‘Sautela Bhai’, ‘Palki’ (1967), ‘Sapnon Ka Saudagar’ (1968), ‘Tere Mere Sapne’ (1971) etc. His last film ‘Agni Rekha’ came after his death, in 1973.

The cast of film ‘Sautela Bhai’ (1962) is Guru Dutt, Bipin Gupta, Pranoti Ghosh Bhattacharya, Rajkumar, Asit Sen, Bela Bose, Ratna, Kanhaiyalal, SN Bannerji, Honey Irani, Sarosh irani etc. The music was composed by Anil Biswas.

By the time he was working on this film, Anil Biswas had lost interest in Bombay film world. The major reason being that with many new composers around, his demand had significantly diminished. He got only one more film after this – the film by his friend Motilal – ‘Chhoti Chhoti Baaten’ (1965). He was now looking for an alternative avenue in the field of music. He tried business outside music, but did not fare well at all. Due to all this and being unable to produce what the changing taste of the audience wanted, made his music most ordinary. But then, a diamond is a diamond. He gave a gem song “Ja Ja Re Baalma” in this film.

In the cast one finds two interesting names. One is Raaj kumar and the other is Sarosh Irani. For a long time, inspite of having seen the film, I was under the impression that this was an early film of Raajkumar ( Jaani wala). When Sudhir ji discussed a song from this film here, on 5-5-2011, I commented forcefully that this was the same Raaj kumar who was famous for his dialogue-bazi. Dear Sudhir ji tried to bring sense to the discussion, by giving some proof claiming that he was somebody else, but I was not convinced. Afterwards, we had a lot of emal exchange on the identity of this actor, in which even Dr.Surjit singh ji also jumped in with some photographs. Anyway, that time the discussion remained incomplete and indecisive, without any conclusion.

Later, however, I realised that I was wrong in this case and others were right. ‘This’ Rajkumar indeed was someone different. I started searching for details and found that there were actually 5 Rajkumars operating at the same time in Hindi films. Almost in the same period. The Maitri Manthan blog was also trying to solve this mystery and they were successful. ‘This’ Rajkumar was identified as Rajkumar Khatri. I have very recently given all his details in my post on the song “Jaag Re Jogi Jaag Re” from the film ‘Shuk Rambha’ (1953) in August 2017, hence I am not repeating that here.

I wish to draw your attention to the other interesting name – Sarosh Irani, in the cast of the film. From the name I suspected that Sarosh might be related to Daisy/Honey Irani. I remember in 2011, we were debating if Sarosh is a male or female and our Raja ji had confirmed that it was a male name indeed. I once again wish to thank the Maitri Manthan blog which located and intervieed the daughter of Sarosh Irani. I reproduce here a concise adaptation of his biography as it came out from the interview, for our readers,

Sarosh ji was born to Perin and Noshir Irani on 7 August, 1948 in Bombay. He is third among five siblings, namely, MenkaBunnySaroshDaisy and Honey. In 1979 he married Mona ji  and the couple is blessed with two lovely daughters, Sabah and Delnaaz. He did his initial schooling in Deolali’s well-known boarding school, The Barnes School. After he joined the film industry he went to St. Teresa’s High School in Bandra.

After his stint as a child-actor he and his brother, Bunny started their own construction company, B Irani S Irani.  In 1976 looking at favourable opportunities he went to Iran where he worked in the construction business. When the war broke out he was forced by the family to return and he came back to India with his wife towards the end of 1983. On his return he joined his brother Bunny (now retired) who by then was looking after the Irani CafeB Merwan which was started by their grandfather.

Sarosh ji’s first film as a child-actor was Masoom released in 1960.  He was finalised to play the eldest of the three siblings in the film. Little Honey Irani was chosen to play his younger sister. The song “Nani Teri Morni Ko More Le Gaye picturized on her, sung by Ranu Mukherjee.

Sarosh ji says “Satyen Bose was a good director. He had a lot of patience, he would wait till we gave the shot just like he had visualised. He would keep encouraging, even enact and show us at times. He was very friendly, never rude. I had a nice time shooting with him. Soon I got offers for Aarti (1962) and Sautela Bhai (1962). I started liking acting.

Tarachand Barjatya‘s Aarti (1962) was directed by Phani MajumdarAlok Bharati‘s Sautela Bhai (1962) directed by Mahesh Kaul was based on Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay‘s “Baikunther Will” and had Pranoti GhoshBipin GuptaGuru DuttRaj Kumar and Kanhaiyalal playing pivotal parts. It’s a story of two step-brothers, the elder one a good-hearted rustic played by Guru Dutt and the younger, an educated weakling, spoiled by his crooked friends played by Raj Kumar. The film was honoured with the All India Certificate of Merit for the Third Best Feature Film at the 10th National Film Awards. The film is also known for Guru Dutt’s best ever performance as an actor. Sarosh ji played his childhood part. This adjoining scene from the film made us instant admirers of this child star.

Sarosh ji did a total of 5 films as a child actor – Masoom (1960), Aarti (1962), Sautela Bhai (1962), Man Mauji (1962) and Grahasti (1963). By the time Grahasti (1963) was released Sarosh ji was about 15 years old, an age when one is neither a child nor an adult and child stars hardly get acting assignments. In his short acting career Sarosh ji has left a mark, Masoom (1960) and Sautela Bhai (1962) are among our most loved films.

Around 1967 Sarosh ji joined his brother-in-law Kamran as an assistant director. The first film he assisted on was Watan Se Door (1968) which had Dara Singh and Nishi in leading roles. He assisted Kamran ji on about six films including Chalbaaz (1969) and Aisa Bhi Hota Hai(1971). Since then he hasn’t been associated with the film Industry directly but is glad to see the next generation, his nephews and nieces, Farah KhanSajid KhanFarhan Akhtar and Zoya Akhtar do well and make a mark in the entertainment  industry.

The story of the film Sautela Bhai is…..

Baikunth Muzumdar (Bipin Gupta) is a small time grocery merchant, having property and money in a village. After his first wife’s death, who has borne him a child, he gets marries again to Bhawani (Pranoti Bhattachrya). Contrary to everybody’s fears, Bhawani gives her love to Gokul, the infant. When she gets her own son, Vinod, both brothers love each others, like Ram-Laxman. Gokul (Guru Dutt) looks after family business, while Vinod (Rajkumar Khatri) goes to Calcutta for college studies. There, he gets into bad company and starts drinking etc.

Meanwhile, Baikunth dies after making a will, giving all property to Gokul, on wife’s instructions, as she is sure that Gokul will look after Vinod very well. When Vinod comes back, he is taunted by Gokul’s wife and father in law (Kanhaiyalal). Vinod thinks, being a step brother, Gokul has instigated this. He leaves the house with his mother against her will. He also plans to put a case against Gokul.

When Gokul learns all this, he goes to Vinod’s house, drags him out, beats him and gives away all the property to him in exchange of his love, which he professes with tears. Seeing all this, Vinod repents and realises how much Gokul loves him. He begs pardon and then all is well in the end. (646)

The film had 8 songs. 3 songs are already discussed. Today’s song is the fourth song. The situation of the song is, folk singers and dancers depict the love of Ram, Laxman and Bharat, when Ram is ordered to 14 years’ exile and Bharat is to be crowned as per Kaikeyi’s wishes. The song and scenes are symbolic of love between ‘Sautela Bhais’ of Ramayana. The young Gokul and Vinod are watching this drama, sitting on one mother’s lap, while the family too watches this. One of the singers is Pankaj Mitra, about whom I do not know anything. As per HFGK, Anil Biswas used 9 playback singers for 8 songs. Pankaj Mitra, Biswas and Arun Dutt are unfamiliar names. Pankaj Mitra seems to have sung songs in some Hindi films like ‘Sagina’ (1974), ‘Ganga Dhaam’ (1980), ‘Phagun’ (1973), ‘Mera Jeevan’ (1976), ‘Kinaara’ (1977), ‘Ab Aayega Mazaa’ (1984), ‘Grih Pravesh’ (1980), ‘Rihaaee’ (1980), ‘Raja Hindustani’ (1996) and ‘Mriggya’ (1976).


Song – Dekho Re Logo Bhai Bhai Ka Naata Dekho (Sautela Bhai) (1962) Singers – Manna Dey, Pankaj Mitra, Anil Biswas, Lyrics – Shailendra, MD – Anil Biswas
Chorus

Lyrics 

dekho..oo..oo
bhai bhai ka naata dekho
dekho dekho
dekho re logo
bhai bhai ka nata dekho dekho
amar agar ye preet na hoti jag me kya rah jata
dekho
dekho re logo bhai bhai ka nata dekho dekho

dekho taj ke aaj sukh dha..aam
chale ban ra..aa..aam
chale ban ra..aa..aa..aam
macha kohraam
ayodhya mein
dekho taj ke aaj sukh dham
chale ban ram
macha kohram ayodhya mein
macha kohram ayodhya mein
kahe log haaye kakaiyi
kumati kyon leyi
bhai tu badnaam ayodhya mein
macha kohram ayodhya me
kahe laage lakhan kar jod
kahe laage lakhan kar jod
hamen tum chhod akele ja na sakoge bhaiya
akele ja na sakoge bhaiya
rahu main sada tumhaare sang
tumhaara ang
akele dukh pa na sakoge bhaiya
akele dukh pa na sakoge bhaiya
akele dukh pa na sakoge bhaiya

aage aage ra..am siya
peechhe lakshman beer
purbasi dewen wida
naynan naynan neer
haaye ram
haaye ram
haaye ram
haaye ram

dekho dekho
dekho re logo..oo. . .
bhai bhai ka naata dekho dekho
dekho re logo
bhai bhai ka nata dekho dekho

sun ram ka van gaman bechaare bharat akula uthe
sun ram ka van gaman bechaare bharat akula uthe
laute ayodhya ko turat nij maat par jhujhla uthe
laute ayodhya ko turat nij maat par jhujhla uthe
is raaj ke badle agar tum mangti mera maran
is raaj ke badle agar tum mangti mera maran
mai dukh na paata chala jaata
chhoo kar tere charan
gaye ram van mein
haaye ram
gaye ram wan mein
aur karoon main raaj to dhikkaar hai
dhikkaar hai
dhikkaar hai
mere janam par dhikkaar hai
lauta na laaun ram ko
tab tak narak jeena mera
hai lahu peena tab talak
jal bhi yahaan peena mera
ram
ram jai jai ram
haaye ram
jai jai ram
jai jai ram
ram jai jai ram
siya ram
jai jai ram
jai jai ram
ram jai jai ram
jai jai ram
jai jai ram

nadi vikal
parbat hiley

kanpe gagan ke chhor
vyaakul wani bharat ki
goonj rahi chahun or
bhaiya chalo
laut chalo
ro ro taat ne pram gawaye
bhaiya chalo
laut chalo
ro ro tat ne pram gawaye
siya ram gawaa ke awadh puri ne
dono nayan gawaaye
bhaiya chalo laut chalo
ye aansoo koi jod sake to
ek sagar ban jaaye
do bol hain mukh pe logon ke
ek ram dooja haaye
ek ram dooja haaye
ek ram dooja haaye
bhaiya chalo laut chalo
ro ro tat ne pram gawaye
bhaiya chalo laut chalo

ram na laute to unke
charno ki nishani le kar
chale bharat
ke raaj karegi
tab tak yahi awadh par
ram jai jai ram
ram jai jai ram
siya ram jai jai ram
ram jai jai ram
bolo ram jai jai ram
ram jai jai ram
siya ram jai jai ram
ram jai jai ram
bolo ram jai jai ram
ram jai jai ram
siya ram jai jai ram
ram jai jai ram
bolo ram jai jai ram
ram jai jai ram
siya ram jai jai ram
ram jai jai ram
bolo ram jai jai ram
ram jai jai ram
siya ram jai jai ram
ram jai jai ram
bolo ram jai jai ram
ram jai jai ram

dekho dekho
dekho re logo
bhai bhai ka naata dekho dekho
amar agar ye preet na hoti
jag me kya rah jaata
dekho
dekho re logo bhai bhai ka naata dekho
dekho
dekho re logo

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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देखो॰॰ओ॰॰ओ
भाई भाई का नाता देखो
देखो
देखो रे लोगो
भाई भाई का नाता देखो देखो
अमर अगर ये प्रीत ना होती जग में क्या रह जाता
देखो
देखो रे लोगो
भाई भाई का नाता देखो
देखो

देखो तज के आज सुख धा॰॰म
चले वन रा॰॰आ॰॰म
चले वन रा॰॰आ॰॰आ ॰॰म
मचा कोहराम
अयोध्या में
देखो तज के आज सुख धाम
चले वन राम
मचा कोहराम अयोध्या में
मचा कोहराम अयोध्या में
कहें लोग हाए कैकई
कुमति क्यों लेई
भई तू बदनाम अयोध्या में
मचा कोहराम अयोध्या में
कहे लागे लखन कर जोड़
कहे लागे लखन कर जोड़
हमें तुम छोड़ अकेले जा ना सकोगे भैया
अकेले जा ना सकोगे भैया
रहूँ मैं सदा तुम्हारे संग
तुम्हारे अंग
अकेले दुख ना पा सकोगे भैया
अकेले दुख ना पा सकोगे भैया
अकेले दुख ना पा सकोगे भैया

आगे आगे राम सिया
पीछे लक्ष्मण बीर
पुरबासी देवें विदा
नैनन नैनन नीर
हाए राम
हाए राम
हाए राम
हाए राम

देखो देखो
देखो रे लोगो॰॰ओ॰ ॰ ॰
भाई भाई का नाता देखो देखो
देखो रे लोगो
भाई भाई का नाता देखो देखो

सुम राम का वन गमन बेचारे भरत अकुला उठे
सुम राम का वन गमन बेचारे भरत अकुला उठे
लौटे अवध को तुरत निज मात पर झुझला उठे
लौटे अवध को तुरत निज मात पर झुझला उठे
इस राज के बदले अगर तुम मांगती मेरा मरण
इस राज के बदले अगर तुम मांगती मेरा मरण
मैं दुख ना पाता चला जाता
छू कर तेरे चरण
गए राम वन में
हाए राम
गए राम वन में
और करूँ मैं राज तो धिक्कार है
धिक्कार है
धिक्कार है
मेरे जनम पर धिक्कार है
लौटा ना लाऊं राम को
तब तक नरक जीना मेरा
है लहू पीना तब तलाक
जल भी यहाँ पीना मेरा
राम
राम जय जय राम
हाए राम
जय जय राम
जय जय राम
राम जय जय राम
सिया राम
जय जय राम
जय जय राम
राम जय जय राम
जय जय राम
जय जय राम

नदी विकल
परबत हिले
कंपे गगन के छोर
व्याकुल वाणी भरत की
गूंज रही चहुं ओर
भैया चलो
लौट चलो
रो रो तात ने प्राण गँवाए
भैया चलो
लौट चलो
रो रो तात ने प्राण गँवाए
सिया राम गंवा के अवध पुरी ने
दोनों नयन गँवाए
भैया चलो लौट चलो
ये आँसू कोई जोड़ सके तो
एक सागर बन जाये
दो बोल हैं मुख पे लोगों के
एक राम दूजा हाए
एक राम दूजा हाए
एक राम दूजा हाए
भैया चलो लौट चलो
रो रो तात ने प्राण गँवाए
भैया चलो लौट चलो

राम ना लौटे तो उनके
चरणों के निशानी ले कर
चले भरत
के राज करेगी
तब तक यही अवध पर
राम जय जय राम
राम जय जय राम
सिया राम जय जय राम
राम जय जय राम
बोलो राम जय जय राम
राम जय जय राम
सिया राम जय जय राम
राम जय जय राम
बोलो राम जय जय राम
राम जय जय राम
सिया राम जय जय राम
राम जय जय राम
बोलो राम जय जय राम
राम जय जय राम
सिया राम जय जय राम
राम जय जय राम
बोलो राम जय जय राम
राम जय जय राम
सिया राम जय जय राम
राम जय जय राम
बोलो राम जय जय राम
राम जय जय राम

देखो देखो
देखो रे लोगो
भाई भाई का नाता देखो देखो
अमर अगर ये प्रीत ना होती
जग में क्या रह जाता
देखो
देखो रे लोगो भाई भाई का नाता देखो देखो 
देखो रे लोगो

 


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.

“Ek Teri Nishaani” (1949) was directed by B K Sagar for Kwatra Arts Productions. The movie had Meena, Trilok Kapoor, Azmal, Zahoor Shah, Johar, Maruti, Urvashi, Tara Sinha, Shyama, Usha Rani, Cckoo, Om Prakash etc in it.

This movie had two music directors in it, viz Pt Aamrnath and Sardul Kwatra. Three songs from this movie have been discussed in the past.

Here is the fourth song from the movie. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Sarshar Sailaani is the lyricist. Only the audio of this song is available. It sounds like a mujra song to me.

Music director of this song is not known. For the time being, I have assumed Sardul Kwatra to be the music director of this song.


Song-Teri kaafir jawaani ko jawaani kaun kehta hai(Ek Teri Nishaani)(1949) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Sarshar Sailaani, MD-Pt Amarnath

Lyrics

aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
teri kaafir jawaani ko
jawaani ee
kaun kehta hai
qayaamat ko qayaamat ki
aa aa aa aa aa
qayaamat ko qayaamat ki nishaani kaun kehta hai
qayaamat ko qayaamat ki nishaani kaun kehta hai
teri kaafir jawaani ko
jawaani kaun kehta hai

aa aa aa aa
nigaahon hi nigaahon mein
nigaahen ae
kya sunaati hain
aen aen aen
aen aen
muhabbat ke fasaane ko
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa
muhabbat ke fasaane ko
jawaani kaun kehta hai
muhabbat ke fasaane ko
jawaani kaun kehta hai

aa aa aa
ye achcha hai
jawaani bach rahe ae ae
ulfat ki nazron se
ae ae ae
ae ae ae
magar aisi jawaani ko
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
magar aisi jawaani ko
jawaani kaun kehta hai
magar aisi jawaani ko
jawaani kaun kehta hai

aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
teri kaafir jawaani ko
jawaani ee
kaun kehta hai
qayaamat ko qayaamat ki
aa aa aa aa aa
qayaamat ko qayaamat ki nishaani kaun kehta hai
qayaamat ko qayaamat ki nishaani kaun kehta hai
teri kaafir jawaani ko
jawaani kaun kehta hai

aa aa aa
mere ?? ko jala sakte ae ae hain
ik bedard ki duniya
aji bedard ki duniya
aji bedard ki duniya
aji bedard ki duniya
aji bedard ki duniya
aa aa aa aa
ye shole aag ke hain
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
ye shole aag ke hain
inko paani kaun kehta hai
ye shole aag ke hain
inko paani kaun kehta hai

teri kaafir jawaani ko
jawaani kaun kehta hai
teri kaafir jawaani ko
jawaani kaun kehta hai


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.

Just five days ago, I’d written a post here paying tribute to one of the most loved legends of the Hindi film industry, Mohammad Rafi, on his birth anniversary. Referred to by many (including me) as Rafisaab, he was a giant in his field. Yet  he remained humble to his last day, never letting success get to his head. He treated everyone with great respect and, in turn, earned the respect of everyone he interacted with.

Today we pay tribute to another legend of the industry on his birth anniversary. Also a superstar in his own right, albeit for a relatively short period of time, he was possibly the best antithesis of Rafisaab in terms of letting success get to his head, treating everyone with great respect, and in turn, earning respect of everyone he interacted with. Thus his career, and his life, turned out to be very different from Rafisaab’s. Everyone goes through ups and downs in his career – and both this person and Rafisaab are not exceptions to this phenomenon.

Yet, even in his “downs”, there were those who stood by Rafisaab. The goodwill he had earned earlier stood him in good stead. On the other hand though, this other legendary person was not so lucky. His airs and rather dismissive (to use the most charitable term I can think of) treatment of others during his heyday, came back to haunt him when he was on his way down.  He hadn’t built enough goodwill, his relationships were damaged – this only hastened his downfall. Although he made a somewhat modest recovery later, and even admitted to his earlier mistakes, his image as an arrogant, even mean and vindictive, person stayed till his last day.

This world can be so unforgiving.

By now, I’m sure everyone knows who I am talking about. The one-time superstar of Hindi cinema, the one who at one time could deliver a superhit even if the main character in his film was an elephant, the one whose mere smile and slight shake of the head had audiences in a swoon, the one who set off a rage of buttoned-up silk kurtas as a fashion trend – yes, I am talking about Rajesh Khanna.

He would have been 75 today if he’d been alive. But he didn’t live to even see 70 – he died in 2012, when still just 69. Although he’d been ailing for a while, news of his death still shocked me – I wrote a blogpost on the occasion on my blog, in tribute to him.

See, here’s the thing. I don’t, for one moment, defend Rajesh Khanna for all his wrongdoings, his arrogance, any charges that anyone might level against him. If true, he must rightly be called out for them.  So  if anyone is trying to troll me by pointing out his failings (this happens sometimes) and expecting me to defend Rajesh Khanna, it won’t work – I will probably wholeheartedly agree with them. I am not living in denial about his misdeeds.

Yet, I can also not deny that Rajesh Khanna’s films provided me with a lot of entertainment and fun in my childhood days, of which I still have very fond memories. It just so happened that his superstar days coincided almost exactly with the time that I was watching Hindi films as a young boy. I have a sort of attachment towards him that is hard to explain –  considering everything else. It of course need not have been so. Atul too is of my era – and he has no such attachment.  Fair enough. I happen to have it – and even now, I sometimes watch videos of Rajesh Khanna songs of that 1969-1973 period, and get transported to that period.

I distinctly remember watching him then in songs like “Gussa Itna Haseen Hai  To Pyar Kaisa Hoga” (‘Maryada’), “Yahaan Wahaan Saare Jahaan Mein Tera Raaj Hai” (‘Aan Milo Sajna’), “Ye Jo Mohabbat Hai”, “Ye Shaam Mastaani”, and “Pyaar Deewaana Hota Hai” (all three from ‘Kati Patang’ – one of my favourite films at the time),  “Rona Kabhi Nahin Rona” (‘Apna Desh’), “Vaada Tera Vaada” (‘Dushman’), “O Mere Dil Ke Chain” (‘Mere Jeevan Saathi’)  and many more songs – and enjoying these songs and his mannerisms a lot.

I was very young then – and initially thought he was singing these songs himself. 🙂 When I was told he was only the actor in front of the camera and that someone else (in this case, Kishore Kumar) was the singer, I remember being a bit disappointed. But that did not take away from the enjoyment of the songs, or his mannerisms, or the films. Later on, when his mannerisms became forced and began to jar, the long hair (which was a fashion at the time)  made him look less appealing to me, and the quality of films too began dropping, the charm wore off, not only for India’s masses, but also for me. (After all, I also belonged to those masses).

But for the memories of those few early years, I have always had a soft corner for Rajesh Khanna. That sideways tilt of the head, that dialogue delivery (check out the dialogue just before the song “Daanton Taley Dabaa Kar Honth” from ‘Doli’ – the video is available on YouTube – and you will know what I mean). These are the memories of him I always keep with me. I have not watched many of his later films – maybe because I want to keep his 1969-73 image in my mind and not  a 1985 one. Having said that, I’ve heard that some of his 1980s films are worth a watch – so I think I will give them a try.

So, to summarise, yes, Rajesh Khanna had a lot of faults – more than probably any other actor. But he also had a meteoric rise that no other actor had – and , while he need not have let success get to his head – he was also only human. Sometimes maybe you do need extremes to make a point.

Maybe it is examples like Rafisaab (or probably for a more modern generation, Rahul Dravid) and Rajesh Khanna that can be held up for youngsters. When you achieve success, make sure you don’t lose your head. Make sure you follow the Rafisaab (or Dravid) example, not the Rajesh Khanna one. I don’t think Rajesh Khanna himself would mind this. Much later in life, he did realize his mistakes – and warned other youngsters not to fall prey to their own success. A lesson learnt the hard way.

Coming to the song for today. As always with Rajesh Khanna songs, I prefer to roll back the years and  go back to the Rajesh Khanna of 1969-73. The film si ‘Joru Ka Ghulaam’ (1972) – one of the films I distinctly remember from my childhood days. It is not one of Rajesh’s biggest hits, but I remember quite liking the film when I saw it. One of its songs,  “Nainon Mein, Nindiya Hai”, was very popular in its time. But the other songs were also fairly well-known, as was not uncommon for songs from Rajesh Khanna films at the time.

The song is “Baras Gayi Re Taras Gayi Re”. I had marked this song for a write-up the last time I wrote about Rajesh Khanna, but at the last minute, I decided to go with “O Monalisa” from ‘Dil Daulat Duniya’. I was a bit surprised to find that this song was still available for posting – so here goes.

The lyrics have been provided by Avinashji, who, as everyone knows is a big Rajesh Khanna fan. Even bigger than I am. So when I decided to write this up, he immediately offered to provide the lyrics. I gladly accepted. Thank you, Avinashji.

Hope you enjoy this song. It is written by Anand Bakshi and composed by Kalyanji-Anandji.

 


Song – Baras Gayi Re Taras Gayi Re (Joru Ka Ghulam) (1972) Singer – Kishore Kumar, Lyrics – Anand Bakshi, MD – Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

hmm mm
arey oo oo oo
ho o o o 

baras gayi re taras gayi re

baras gayi re taras gayi re
tere daras ko najariya ho
tere daras ko najariya
baras gayi re taras gayi
o uparwaale
sun uparwaale ae
o uparwaale
ham niche waalon ki
kab tu lega
khabariyaa
khabariyaa
baras gayi re taras gayi re
tere daras ko najariya
ho o tere daras ko najariyaa
haan

hamne bahot ki hai teri sewa..aa
hamne bahot ki hai teri sewa
jaane milega ab kab hamko mewa
aasha niraasha mein tere bhagat ki..ee
aasha niraasha mein tere bhagat ki
beet na jaaye umariyaa
umariyaa
baras gayi re taras gayi re
tere daras ko najariyaa
ho o tere daras ko najariyaa
ho

tan bhi hai pyaasa
mann bhi hai bhookhaa
tan bhi hai pyaasa
mann bhi hai bhookhaa
neelkanth ka kanth bhi sookha
barsegaa saawan takraayegi kab 
barsegaa saawan takraayegi kab
parvat se ayike badariyaa
badariyaa
baras gayi re, taras gayi re
tere daras ko najariya
ho o tere daras ko najariyaa
haan

niche main jaagoon
upar tu soye
niche main jaagoon
upar tu soye
kaise milan tera mera hoye
bairi jagat raste mein padaa hai ae he
bairi jagat raste mein padaa hai
rok ke hamri dagariyaa
dagariyaa
baras gayi re taras gayi re
tere daras ko najariya
ho o tere daras ko najariyaa
o uparwaale
ham niche waalon ki
kab tu lega
khabariyaa
khabariyaa
baras gayi re taras gayi re
tere daras ko najariya
ho o tere daras ko najariyaa
haan
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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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हम्म म्म
अरे ओ  ओ ओ
हो ओ ओ ओ

बरस गयी रे तरस गयी रे ए
बरस गयी रे तरस गयी रे
तेरे दरस को नज़रिया
तेरे दरस को नज़रिया आ
ओ उपरवाले
सुन उपरवाले ए
ओ उपरवाले
हम निचे वालों कि
कब तू लेगा
खबरिया
खबरिया
बरस गयी रे तरस गयी रे
तेरे दरस को नज़रिया
हो ओ तेरे दरस को नज़रिया
हाँ आ

हमने बहोत की है तेरी सेवा आ
हमने बहोत की है तेरी सेवा आ
जाने मिलेगा अब कब हमको मेवा
आशा निराशा में तेरे भगत कि ई
आशा निराशा में तेरे भगत कि
बीत न जाए उमरिया
उमरिया
बरस गयी रे तरस गयी रे
तेरे दरस को नज़रिया
हो ओ तेरे दरस को नज़रिया
हो

तन भी है प्यासा
मन भी हैं भूखा
तन भी है प्यासा
मन भी हैं भूखा
नीलकंठ का कंठ भी सूखा
बरसेगा सावन टकराएगी कब अ ह
बरसेगा सावन टकराएगी कब
पर्वत से अईके बदरिया
बदरिया
बरस गयी रे तरस गयी रे
तेरे दरस को नज़रिया
हो ओ तेरे दरस को नज़रिया
हाँ

निचे मैं जागूँ
ऊपर तू सोये ए
निचे मैं जागूँ
ऊपर तू सोये ए
कैसे मिलन तेरा मेरा होए
बैरी जगत रस्ते में पडा है ए हे
बैरी जगत रस्ते में पडा है
रोक के हमरी डगरिया
डगरिया
बरस गयी रे तरस गयी रे
तेरे दरस को नज़रिया
हो ओ तेरे दरस को नज़रिया
ओ उपरवाले
हम निचे वालों कि
कब तू लेगा
खबरिया
खबरिया
बरस गयी रे तरस गयी रे
तेरे दरस को नज़रिया
हो ओ तेरे दरस को नज़रिया
हाँ


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, 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.

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 59 # Rajesh Khanna’s 75th birth anniversary
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Today 29th December 2017 is the 75th birth anniversary of Rajesh Khanna (29.12.1942-18.07.2012).

On this occasion here is a song from the ‘1977’ movie ‘Chhaila Babu’.

In the year 1977 there were nine movies (including ‘Tyaag’ which was passed by Censor Board in 1976) of Rajesh Khanna as per following;

SNo Movie Year Date Passed by Censor Board
01 Tyaag 1977 29.07.1976 *
02 Anurodh 1977 31.01.1977
03 Chhaila Babu 1977 20.04.1977
04 Karm 1977 27.04.1977
05 Chalta Purza 1977 16.06.1977
06 Hatyara (Special Appearance) 1977 04.07.1977
07 Aashiq Hoon Bahaaron Ka 1977 18.11.1977
08 Palkon Ki Chhaon Mein 1977 04.11.1977
09 Tinku (Special Appearance) 1977 01.12.1977

From the above list one can conclude that this is a list of flop movies, except ‘Chhaila Babu’ which was a ‘commercially successful movie’, though nowhere in the league as Rajesh Khanna’s earlier hit movies.
Movies like ‘Karm’, ‘Anurodh’, and ‘Palkon Ki Chhaaon Mein’ were ‘critically acclaimed’ though.

‘Chhaila Babu – 1977’ a ‘suspense thriller’ was a Mukherji Brothers Presentation. It was produced by Shomu Mukherjee who also wrote the story and screenplay of this film.

It was directed by Joy Mukherjee.

It had Rajesh Khanna in title role of ‘Chhaila Babu’, and accompanied by Zeenat Amaan, Asrani, Om Shivpuri, Padma Khanna, Achala Sachdev and Ranjeet.

Supported by Jairaj, Ravindra Kapoor, Mac Mohan, Manmohan, Sherry, Gulshan Arora, Ashim Kumar, Shyam, Guru Darshan, Manik Dutt, Qureshi, Uttam, Yeshraj, Vinod Thakkar, Harun, Johny Whisky, Dhanna, Master Salim, Aziz Asser, Raghubir, Prem and others.

Its lyrics were written by Anand Bakshi, and music was composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

Dialogues of this film were written by Kader Khan and it was edited by B.S. Glaad.

I have vague memories of watching this movie with my parents and vaguely remember the movie’s storyline and songs.
I have earlier shared two songs of this movie ‘Kal raat sadak pe ek ladki ’ and ‘Hamko nikaaloge ghar se sajan pachhtaaoge ’.

The most popular song of this movie Yaar dildaar tujhe kaisa chhaahiye was the first song to be posted on the blog and it was discussed by Atul ji way back in 2008 (08.12.2008).

The other two songs were posted on 29.12.2014 and 04.02.2015 respectively.

As per HFGK this movie had total Seven songs (including one multiple version song). But, I think it should be six only. This needs to be checked and shall be discussed in future with the remaining song of this movie). Out of these seven songs we have so far three songs already covered on the blog.

I can say that all the songs from this movie are nice hummable song though only this song Yaar dildaar tujhe kaisa chhaahiye could make it to the annual list of ‘Binaca Geetmala’ that year in 1977 and so far it had been the most popular song from this movie. It was ranked 18th in the annual list of ‘Binaca Geetmala’ of 1977.

However, going back to the songs of this movie and listening to them after a gap of so many years is an interesting exercise and it brings back fond memories of those years.

Today’s song ‘main baaboo chhaila’ is sung by Kishore Kumar and lip synced by Rajesh Khanna on screen. The picturisation of this song shows Rajesh Khanna, Zeenat Aman and Asrani is following them.

After watching the video, I thought it must be shot on the locations in Kashmir (? though not sure), (as the film’s titles do not mention names of any outdoor shooting locations). However, the titles did mention the name of ‘Filmalaya Studios’ where the movie or its parts must have been shot).

Let us revive the magic of ‘Kishore Kumar-Rajesh Khanna’ Jodi, with Kaka’s favorite lyrics writer – Anand Bakshi – there, but for a change – composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal.

Let us now enjoy today’s song!!


Song-Main baabu chhaila (Chhaila Baabu)(1977) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Zeenat Aman, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
Chorus

Lyrics

Lui she ae ae

O ho ho ho main baaboo chhailaa
Chhailaa baaboo
Baaboo chhailaa
Main baaboo chhailaa
Chhailaa baaboo
Baaboo chhailaa

Ye naam thhaa meraa pehlaa
Aaj se main ban gayaa re Majnoon
Dekh ke tujhko lailaa
Hey
Main baaboo chhailaa
Chhailaa baaboo
Baaboo chhailaa
Main baaboo chhailaa
Chhailaa baaboo
Baaboo chhailaa
Ye naam thaa meraa pehlaa aa
Aaj se main ban gayaa re Majnoon
Dekh ke tujhko lailaa
Oye chailaa
Main baaboo chhailaa
Chhailaa baaboo
Baaboo chhailaa
Main baaboo chhailaa
Chhailaa baaboo
Baaboo chhailaa

Sun le dil ka ye afsaana
Tera mera pyaar puraana
Sun le dil ka ye afsaana
Tera mera pyaar puraana
Maana ek behroopiyaa hoon main
Lekin tera hoon deewaana
Aadat meri buri sahi par
Dil ka main nahin mailaa
Aaj se main ban gayaa re Majnoon
Dekh ke tujhko lailaa
Ha ha haa haa
Main baaboo chhailaa
Chhailaa baaboo
Baaboo chhailaa
Main baaboo chhailaa
Chhailaa baaboo
Baaboo chhailaa

(Conversation –Rajesh Khanna, Zeenat Amaan & Asrani not included)

Ye jo apne peechhe daude
Beemaari peechha na chhode
Ye jo apne peechhe daude
Beemaari peechha na chhode
Aise premi aise paagal
Duniya mein milte hain thhode
Jaane ye hain paan ka chhakkaa
Ya chidiyaa ka nehlaa
Aaj se main ban gayaa re Majnoon
Dekh ke tujhko lailaa
Ha ha haa haa
Main baaboo chhailaa
Chhailaa baaboo
Baaboo chhailaa
Main baaboo chhailaa
Chhailaa baaboo
Baaboo chhailaa

Hmm o ho o
La la la la la la la la la laa

Ham jaise deewaane aksar
Jaan bhi de dete hain hans kar
Ham jaise deewaane aksar
Jaan bhi de dete hain hans kar
Gham na kar bas shauq se dilbar
Teer chalaaye ja seene par
Toot gaya dil mera to kya
Tera dil to behlaa
Aaj se main ban gayaa re Majnoon
Dekh ke tujhko lailaa
Oye chhailaa
Hey
Main baaboo chhailaa
Chhailaa baaboo
Baaboo chhailaa
Main baaboo chhailaa
Chhailaa baaboo
Baaboo chhailaa

Ye naam thaa meraa pehlaa
Hmm hmm
Aaj se main ban gayaa re Majnoon
Hmm hmm hmm hmm
Dekh ke tujhko lailaa
Hmm hmm hmm hmm
Hmm hmm hmm
Hmm hmm hmm
Hmm hmm hmm
Hmm hmm hmm
Main baaboo chhailaa
Chhailaa baaboo
Baaboo chhailaa

La la la la laa
La la la la laa
La la la la laa
La la la la laa

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Lyrics in Devnagri Script (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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लूई शे ए ए
ओ हो हो हो मैं बाबू छैला
छैला बाबू
बाबू छैला
मैं बाबू छैला
छैला बाबू
बाबू छैला

ये नाम था मेरा पहला
आज से मैं बन गया रे मजनू
देख के तुझको लैला
हे
मैं बाबू छैला
छैला बाबू
बाबू छैला
मैं बाबू छैला
छैला बाबू
बाबू छैला
ये नाम था मेरा पहला
आज से मैं बन गया रे मजनू
देख के तुझको लैला
ओये छैला
मैं बाबू छैला
छैला बाबू
बाबू छैला
मैं बाबू छैला
छैला बाबू
बाबू छैला

सुन ले दिल का ये अफसाना
तेरा मेरा प्यार पुराना
सुन ले दिल का ये अफसाना
तेरा मेरा प्यार पुराना
माना एक बहरूपिया हूँ मैं
लेकिन तेरा हूँ दीवाना
आदत मेरी बुरी सही पर
दिल का मैं नहीं मैला
आज से मैं बन गया रे मजनू
देख के तुझको लैला
ह हा हां हां
मैं बाबू छैला
छैला बाबू
बाबू छैला
मैं बाबू छैला
छैला बाबू
बाबू छैला

(राजेश खन्ना, जीनत अमान और असरानी के बीच के संवाद जो यहाँ पर शामिल नहीं किये गए हैं)

ये जो अपने पीछे दौड़े
बिमारी पीछा न छोड़े
ये जो अपने पीछे दौड़े
बिमारी पीछा न छोड़े
ऐसे प्रेमी ऐसे पागल
दुनिया में मिलते हैं थोड़े
जाने ये हैं पान का छक्का
या चिड़िया का नहला
आज से मैं बन गया रे मजनू
देख के तुझको लैला
ह हा हां हां
मैं बाबू छैला
छैला बाबू
बाबू छैला
मैं बाबू छैला
छैला बाबू
बाबू छैला

हम्म ओ हो ओ
ल ल ल ल ल ल ल ल ल ला

हम जैसे दीवाने अक्सर
जान भी दे देते हैं हंस कर
हम जैसे दीवाने अक्सर
जान भी दे देते हैं हंस कर
गम न कर बस शौक़ से दिलबर
तीर चलाये जा सीने पर
टूट गया दिल मेरा तो क्या
तेरा दिल तो बहला
आज से मैं बन गया रे मजनू
देख के तुझको लैला
ओये छैला
हे
मैं बाबू छैला
छैला बाबू
बाबू छैला
मैं बाबू छैला
छैला बाबू
बाबू छैला
ये नाम था मेरा पहला
हम्म हम्म
आज से मैं बन गया रे मजनू
हम्म हम्म हम्म हम्म
देख के तुझको लैला
हम्म हम्म हम्म हम्म
हम्म हम्म हम्म
हम्म हम्म हम्म
हम्म हम्म हम्म
हम्म हम्म हम्म
मैं बाबू छैला
छैला बाबू
बाबू छैला

ल ल ल ल ला
ल ल ल ल ला
ल ल ल ल ला
ल ल ल ल ला


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.

Mohammed Rafi – Duets – ‘अ’  से  ‘ह’ तक  (From ‘अ’ to ‘ह’) – 2
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‘आ’ – आ तुझको बुलाएँ ये प्यासी निगाहें

 

जाने वाले फिर नहीं आते
जाने वाले की याद आती है

The dear ones who depart this world, do never return; just the memories remain. And then, just as another poet has said, “यादों का सहारा ना होता, हम छोड़ के दुनिया चल देते”. If we did not have the bracing support of the memories, life would really have been a difficult journey to tread. Memories make us experience the past emotions once again, and in a manner, give us the strength to permeate the emotions of sorrow that may linger after the departure of a loved one.

There is a blessing for us lovers of music, in that the sounds and the images have been preserved, for the past about a hundred years plus, and this repository allows us to visit and visit again to refresh some very dear memories.

The best are always the favorites. Like Rafi Sb. As Atul ji has observed in a recent post, that about half of all that he has rendered is already hosted on our blog also. And that means, there is still another half that we have to resurrect and bring on to showcase here. Quite some consolation that this endeavor promises to keep us busy for a good amount of foreseeable future.

Today’s delightful duet is from the film ‘Pyaara Dushman’ from 1955.  Another light romantic song – we encounter a hesitant gentleman, and the lady who is encouraging him on, asking him to have no fear. The accompanying singer is Asha Bhosle. Lyrics are by Saba Afghani. The lilting and endearing music composition is by Nisar Bazmi. Incidentally, just yesterday, Atul ji has posted another song from this film – a solo by Rafi Sb. Though not a rare occurrence, it is interesting to note such quick progression sometimes. 🙂

[Note: Another thing that I would like to add is that I am more or less the culprit for the near miss for the solitary post yesterday. The song from ‘Lagaan’ (Arun ji’s post) that appeared around 1.30 in the morning today, was supposed to have been online sometimes by evening yesterday. But then I got swamped with certain other priorities, and could not complete all the steps of post preparation in good time. Atul ji is just the cavalry that appears in time, before the end of the film. 🙂 ]

Song – Aa Tujhko Bulaayen Ye Pyaasi Nigaahen (Pyaara Dushman) (1955) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Mohammed Rafi, Lyrics – Saba Afghani, MD – Nisar Bazmi
Mohammed Rafi + Asha Bhosle

 

Lyrics

aa tujhko bulaayen
ye pyaasi nigaahen
ae jaan e jahaan
tu hai kahaan
aa jaa
abhi to dil hai jawaan
naya naya hai jahaan
abhi to dil hai jawaan
naya naya hai jahaan

pyaar ke raste bade nashile
pyaar ke raste bade nashile
mere behke kadam
mujhe thaam e sanam
mere behke kadam
thaam e sanam
chal na sakoon main
ab kya karoon main
abhi to dil hai jawaan
naya naya hai jahaan
abhi to dil hai jawaan
naya naya hai jahaan

pyaar ka chaska
nahin hai bas ka
pyaar ka chaska
nahin hai bas ka
hai aankhon mein sharam
mera dil hai naram
hai aankhon mein sharam
dil hai naram
anjaan hoon main
kaise kahoon main
abhi to dil hai jawaan
naya naya hai jahaan
abhi to dil hai jawaan
naya naya hai jahaan

kaahe ka darr hai
kahaan nazar hai
nai dagar hai
yahi fikar hai
karo is ka na gham
bahut achha sanam
karo is ka na gham
achha sanam
hum hain tumhaare
tum ho hamaare
abhi to dil hai jawaan
naya naya hai jahaan
abhi to dil hai jawaan
naya naya hai jahaan

aa tujhko bulaayen
ye pyaasi nigaahen
ae jaan e jahaan
tu hai kahaan
aa jaa
abhi to dil hai jawaan
naya naya hai jahaan
abhi to dil hai jawaan
naya naya hai jahaan

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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आ तुझको बुलाएँ
ये प्यासी निगाहें
ए जान ए जहां
तू है कहाँ
आ जा
अभी तो दिल है जवां
नया नया है जहां
अभी तो दिल है जवां
नया नया है जहां

प्यार के रस्ते बड़े नशीले
प्यार के रस्ते बड़े नशीले
मेरे बहके कदम
मुझको थाम ए सनम
मेरे बहके कदम
थाम ए सनम
चल ना सकूँ मैं
अब क्या करूँ मैं
अभी तो दिल है जवां
नया नया है जहां
अभी तो दिल है जवां
नया नया है जहां

प्यार का चस्का
नहीं है बस का
प्यार का चस्का
नहीं है बस का
है आँखों में शरम
मेरा दिल है नरम
है आँखों में शरम
दिल है नरम
अंजान हूँ मैं
कैसे कहूँ मैं
अभी तो दिल है जवां
नया नया है जहां
अभी तो दिल है जवां
नया नया है जहां

काहे का डर है
कहाँ नज़र है
नई डगर है
यही फिकर है
करो इस का ना ग़म
बहुत अच्छा सनम
करो इस का ना ग़म
अच्छा सनम
हम हैं तुम्हारे
तुम हो हमारे
अभी तो दिल है जवां
नया नया है जहां
अभी तो दिल है जवां
नया नया है जहां

आ तुझको बुलाएँ
ये प्यासी निगाहें
ए जान ए जहां
तू है कहाँ
आ जा
अभी तो दिल है जवां
नया नया है जहां
अभी तो दिल है जवां
नया नया है जहां


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.

A few of our regulars these days are finding themselves out of their comfort zone. Raja, for instance, is being forced to write “hurrriedly” typed articles while ho would like to get his articles typed in a more leisurely manner. The readers though are unable to detect much differences between his test match like batting and T20 like batting.

Even I find myself out of my comfort zone since yesterday. This happens with me when I am travelling and I find that my internet connecting device aka dongle is unable to catch signals even in “major” places in the state. Clearly providing good internet connectivity to itinerant bloggers is not there in the manifasto of any party in the state. 🙂

I managed to post the only post of yesterday at just past 11 PM and thus avoided the ignominy of that day ending up as a dot day.

Today one post has already apperared, an article by our in house encyclopeadia, posted by Sudhir Jee. So today is no longer a dot day. Let me also add at least one more post.

Since I am on travel, I do not have access to all the resources that I otherwise have at my base. For instance, noting down lyrics of songs becomes a tall order and a time consuming process while on tour. So I rely on lyrics where the hard work has already been done in the past and they are on the portable netbook that I carry with me during my journeys. A few such lyrics vare fortunately available. That is how I was able to post yesterday’s article at the eleventh hour.

The song under discussion is no different. This song is from “Mud Mud Ke Dekh”(1960). This movie has eight songs in it. Four of them have been covered. I had noted down the lyrics of the remaining songs some time back and i had left them in my hard drive to be used later.

When I do such “advance” planning then I find so many great songs that I am tempted to hold them back for some specia occasions. But if I hold all of them back then I find myseld=f running short of songs for immediate discussion.

When I heard this Rafi-Shamshad Begam duet again just now, I realised that I had liked this song so much that I had held it back. But now that I am badly in need of already noted down lyrics, any song will have to be utlised, and so I present this superb “chhed chhaad” genre of song from “Mud Mud Ke Na Dekh”. Prem Dhawan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Hansraj Bahl. This is a Punjabi style energetic song where the singers, including male and female chorus participate with gusto. The song is clearly picturised as a dance song where lots and lots of dancers participate including the lead pair ( I hope). When I check up, I find that this movie had another duet song sung by Mukesh and an unidentified female voice. So I am unable to guess which song was picturised on whom. I cannot be sure about the picturisation and so I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.

Once again, I am feeling like I was forced to cover this song earlier that I would have liked. That is how good this song is. 🙂


Song-Peepal ki thhandi chhaaon(Mud Mud Ke na Dekh)(1960) Singers-Rafi, Shamshad Begam, Lyrics-Prem Dhawan, MD-Hansraj Bahl
Female chorus
Male chorus

Lyrics

peepal ki thhandi chhaaon
peepal ki thhandi chhaaon
ye to choron ka hai gaanv
ke le gaye dil loot ke
ke le gaye dil loot ke ae
ye to choron ka hai gaanv
makki ke phhoote daane
makki ke phhoote daane
o jaao rapat likhaa do thhaane
na rowo phoot phoot ke
na rowo phoot phoot ke ae ae
jaao rapat likhaa do thhaane

teri chunri ka rang dhhaani
teri chunri ka rang dhhaani
kahaan chali o surmedaani
ye surma daal waal ke
ye surma daal waal ke ae ae
kahaan chali o surmedaani
main hoon sundari
tu hai bhenga
main hoon sundari
tu hai bhenga
o mere badle milega thhenga
tu sun le kaan khol ke
tu sun le kaan khol ke ae ae
mere badle milega thhenga

mera naam hai bhengakhairaati
o mera naam hai bhengakhairaati
le aaunga mem bilaayti
main git mit bol bol ke
main git mit bol bol ke ae ae
le aaunga mem bilaayti

mud mud ke na dekh mawaali
mud mud ke na dekh mawaali
o doongi aisi palat ke gaali
ke rasta bhool jaayegaa
ke rasta bhool jaayegaa aa aa
doongi aisi palat ke gaali

kyun dekhoon na mud ke chhori
kyun dekhoon na mud ke chhori
jab gaali padegi tori
maza kuchh aur aayegaa
maza kuchh aur aayegaa aa aa
jab gaali padegi tori

ho
daal bhangda
daal bhangda bhangda
daal bhangda ho
ho daal bhangda bhangda
daal bhangda ho

ho dil rangda rangda
dil rangda
ho dil rangda rangda
dil rangda ho

ho daal bhangda bhangda
daal bhangda
ho daal bhangda bhangda
daal bhangda

ho rut changla changla rut changla
ho rut changla changla rut changla

aa ho
aa ho
aa ho

babababababababa
bababababababa

tim tika o tika tim tika
ho o
tim tika o tika tim tika
ho o
tim tika o tika tim tika
ho o
tim tika o tika tim tika
ho o

saathiyaan
mubarakaan


This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, 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’s song is from a comparatively new film ‘Lagaan’ (2001). The song,written by Javed Akhtar and composed by AR Rahman, is sung by 5 singers, viz. Alka Yagnik, Shaan, Shankar Mahadevan, Sukhwinder Singh and Udit Narayan. Why do I feel some readers are smiling after reading my above sentence calling ‘Lagaan’ as a new film ? As compared to what my forte has been so far (old films from 1930s to 1970), ‘Lagaan’ IS a comparatively new film. . . at least for me !

I have always believed that there are no boundaries for good films and good music. Fortunately, even today, we still get occasional good films. Of course everybody’s views may be different on this issue. I found that today, the films have better technical values, a bigger canvas and they try to cater to the Indian as well as non Indian audience, since nowadays most big budget films are shown outside India, where they are in big demand.

I am a great fan of Aamir Khan – the Actor. As a person, I don’t like his views, quotes and antics, but I respect his dedication to the roles he does in his films. Despite so many years, he has retained his quality of acting, involvement and his urge to excel and be a different actor. That is why, probably, he chooses to do fewer films than his other contemporaries. May be he believes that “Quantity is always at the cost of quality” !

When Ashutosh Govarikar, the director of ‘Lagaan’, first wrote the film script of ‘Lagaan’, he had decided that only Aamir khan is fit to do the role of Bhuvan. However, after hearing the script, Aamir Khan flatly refused to do the film. He told Ashutosh, “You have broken every rule of Hindi film making in this script (there are 5 such rules). There is a great risk in the film. Dont count me in this “.

Undeterred, Ashutosh made another draft, along with some dialogues. It took him one year. Then he contacted Aamir again, “I have a fresh script”. Aamir was ready to listen, but he asked “I hope it is not the same one having cricket and lagaan ?”  Ashutosh confirmed it was the same. Aamir said, “Then I don’t want to waste 3 hours of mine and yours. Forget it.” When Ashutosh insisted as a friend, Aamir gave him time. . . after one month.

After hearing the revised script, Aamir seemed excited and said, “Yes, I will do this film.”  Then the question came about producer. They went to many producers, but none was ready to do this film. One producer suggested, “In the end show that Bhuvan stabs Captain Russel with a stump, after the match.”  Ashutosh left his place without even responding. Finally they decided that the film has to be produced by Aamir himself. Aamir floated a company – Aamir Khan Productions Pvt Ltd. He and Mansoor Khan produced the film. This was probably the first time when a production company was formed for a script. Normally first the company is formed and the script comes later.

Some critics tried to claim that the ‘Lagaan’ theme is a copy or inspired from ‘Naya Daur’ (1957). Like Shankar in ‘Naya Daur’, Bhuvan also accepts the challenge inspite of villagers’ opposition. Like Rajni,  Gauri supports Bhuvan. Ajit, the one sided lover of Rajni, becomes hero’s enemy in ‘Naya Daur’. In ‘Lagaan’, Yashpal Sharma (Lakha) loves Gauri and becomes Bhuvan’s enemy etc. They showed the film to BR Chopra. He was terribly impressed and immediately wrote a letter to them. He said “In ‘Naya Daur’ the theme was ‘Man v/s Machine’. In your film the theme is ‘Man v/s the Oppressor”. It is totally different, no similarity at all. It is an independent excellent story.”

Ashutosh was very clear in his approach. The film was NOT on cricket. It was on an unjustified taxation and the villagers’ fight against it. ‘Fight for survival’ was the principle here. Villagers were unhappy as there were no rains and then this double Lagaan (taxation) came. The film showed how people get ready to fight the injustice. Even in the advertisements of the film, cricket was never mentioned initially.

The film created records in India as well as abroad. Whenever the film was shown in any International Film Festival and to the Oscar dignitaries, distributors used to throng for rights. The film was dubbed in French and Italian. It became the first Hindi film to be shown in Sweden, Finland and Brazil. The population in those countries did not even know what was the game of cricket. What appealed to them was the villager’s fight against injustice. In few countries just before the film. the general rules of cricket were shown to the audience.

The cast of the film is Aamir Khan, Gracy Singh, Suhasini Mulay, Kulbhushan Kharbanda, Raghuveer Yadav, Rachel Shelley, Paul Blackthorne etc. Before the film was released anywhere, it was first shown to people of Bhuj, where it was shot, as per Aamir’s promise. It was released in United Kingdom, China, Italy, France, USA, Germany, Japan, Malaysia, Hong kong, the middle east and many other countries. In India, it was released on 15-6-2001, along with its premiere in UK. With a budget of Rs 250 million, it grossed 700  million rupees in its first week itself.

I liked this movie very much, like many other Aamir Khan films. I am not giving its story which is too well known. it was given by our own Nahm ji when she discussed its first song on this blog some time back. By coincidence, Peevesie’s Dad ji posted the second song of this film, coinciding with our young member and his daughter Peevesie’s birthday on Saturday, the 23rd December. Today’s song is the 3rd song from the film. The film has 7 songs and one dance instrumental piece. All songs are written by Javed Akhtar and composed by AR Rahman.

The situation of this song, which is a song from film’s opening scenes, is that villagers are worried as there are no rains for a long time. Suddenly, dark black clouds gather over the skies, making them feel that rains will come anytime now. They start celebrations and sing this song. But Alas ! the black clouds disappear as suddenly as they had come and gloom spreads over the village again. Just watch the feelings on the faces of the villagers before and after the cloud entry and exit. Enjoyable song. . . and the film !

(Note: Thanks to an adapted article by late Abhijit Desai about ‘Lagaan’. )

 


Song – Ghanan Ghanan Ghir Ghir Aaye Badra (Lagaan) (2001) Singers – Alka Yagnik, Shaan, Shankar Mahadevan, Sukhvinder Singh, Udit Narayan, Lyrics – Javed Akhtar, MD – AR Rahman
Male Chorus
Female Chorus
All Chorus

Lyrics 

ghan ghanan ghanan
ghan ghanan ghanan

ghan ghanan ghanan
ghan ghanan ghanan

ghan ghanan ghanan
ghan ghanan ghanan

ghan ghanan ghanan
ghan ghanan ghanan

ghan ghanan ghanan
ghan ghanan ghanan

ghan ghanan ghanan

ghan ghanan ghanan ghir ghir aaye badraa
ghan ghanghor kaare chhaaye badraa
dhamak dhamak goonje badraa ke danke
chamak chamak dekho bijuriya chamke
mann dhadkaaye badarwaa
mann dhadkaaye badarwaa
mann
mann dhadkaaye badarwaa. . .

kaale megha kaale megha
paani to barsaao
kaale megha kaale megha
paani to barsaao
bijuri ki talwaar nahin
boondon ke baan chalaao

megha chhaaye
barkhaa laaye
ghir ghir aaye
ghir ke aaye..ey..ey..ey..ey. . .
kahin mann machal machal
na yun chal sambhal sambhal
gaye din badal
tu ghar se nikal
barasne waala hai amrit jal..ll..ll. . .
duvidha ke din beet gaye
bhaiyyaa malhaar sunaao

ghanan ghanan ghir ghir aaye badraa
ghan ghanghor kaare chhaaye badraa
dhamak dhamak goonje badraa ke danke
chamak chamak dekho bijuriya chamke
mann dhadkaaye badarwaa
mann dhadkaaye badarwaa
mann
mann dhadkaaye badarwaa. . .

ras agar barsega
kaun phir tarsega
koyaliya gaayegi baithi munderon par
jo panchhi gaayenge
naye din aayenge
ujaale muskura denge andheron par
prem ki barkha mein
bheege bheege tan mann
dharti pe dekhenge paani ka darpan
jaiyo tum jahaan jahaan
dekhiyo wahaan wahaan
yehi ik samaa
ke dharti yahaan
ho pehne saat rangon ki chunariyaa..aa..aa. . .

ghanan ghanan ghir ghir aaye badraa
ghan ghanghor kaare chhaaye badraa
dhamak dhamak goonje badraa ke danke
chamak chamak dekho bijuriya chamke
mann dhadkaaye badarwaa
mann dhadkaaye badarwaa
mann
mann dhadkaaye badarwaa. . .

pedon par jhoole daalo
aur oonchi paing badhaao
kaale megha kaale megha
paani to barsaao
kaale megha kaale megha
paani to barsaao
bijuri ki talwaar nahin
boondon ke baan chalaao

hey..ey.ey hey ey
hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm
ho oo oo oo ooooo

aai hai rut matwaali
bichhaane hariyaali
ye apne sang mein laayi hai saawan ko
ye bijuri ki paayal
ye baadal ka aanchal
sajaane laayi hai dharti ki dulhan ko
daali daali pehnegi phoolon ke kangan
sukh ab barsega aangan aangan..nn..nn
khilegi ab kali kali
hansegi ab gali gali
hawa jo chali
to rut lagi bhali
jalaa de jo tan mann wo dhoop dhali

ghanan ghanan ghan
ghanan ghanan ghan

kaale megha kaale megha
paani to barsaao
paani to barsaao
bijuri ki talwaar nahin
boondon ke baan chalaao
boondon ke baan chalaao
ghanan ghanan ghir ghir aaye badraa
ghan ghanghor kaare chhaaye badraa
dhamak dhamak goonje badraa ke danke
chamak chamak dekho. . .

ghanan ghanan ghan
ghanan ghanan ghan

ghanan ghanan ghan
ghanan ghanan ghan

ghanan ghanan ghan
ghanan ghanan ghan

ghanan ghanan ghan
ghanan ghanan ghan

ghanan ghanan ghan
ghanan ghanan ghan

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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घन घनन घनन
घन घनन घनन

घन घनन घनन
घन घनन घनन

घन घनन घनन
घन घनन घनन

घन घनन घनन
घन घनन घनन

घन घनन घनन
घन घनन घनन

घन घनन घनन

घन घनन घनन घिर घिर आए बदरा
घन घनघोर कारे छाए बदरा
धमक धमक गूँजे बदरा के डंके
चमक चमक देखो बिजुरिया चमके
मन धड़काये बदरवा
मन धड़काये बदरवा
मन
मन धड़काये बदरवा॰॰॰

काले मेघा काले मेघा
पानी तो बरसाओ
काले मेघा काले मेघा
पानी तो बरसाओ
बिजुरी की तलवार नहीं
बूंदों के बाण चलाओ

मेघा छाए
बरखा लाये
घिर घिर आए
घिर के आये॰॰ए॰॰ए॰॰ए॰॰ए॰॰॰
कहीं मन मचल मचल
ना यूं चल संभल संभल
गए दिन बदल
तू घर से निकल
बरसने वाला है अमृत जल॰॰ल्ल॰॰ल्ल॰॰॰
दुविधा के दिन बीत गए
भईय्या मल्हार सुनाओ

घनन घनन घिर घिर आए बदरा
घन घनघोर कारे छाए बदरा
धमक धमक गूँजे बदरा के डंके
चमक चमक देखो बिजुरिया चमके
मन धड़काये बदरवा
मन धड़काये बदरवा
मन
मन धड़काये बदरवा॰॰॰

रस अगर बरसेगा
कौन फिर तरसेगा
कोयलिया गाएगी बैठी मुँडेरों पर
जो पंछी गाएँगे
नए दिन आएंगे
उजाले मुस्कुरा देंगे अँधेरों पर
प्रेम की बरखा में
भीगे भीगे तन मन
धरती पे देखेंगे पानी का दर्पण
जइयो तुम जहां जहां
देखियों वहाँ वहाँ
यही इक समा
के धरती यहाँ
हो पहने सात रंगों की चुनरिया॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰॰

घनन घनन घिर घिर आए बदरा
घन घनघोर कारे छाए बदरा
धमक धमक गूँजे बदरा के डंके
चमक चमक देखो बिजुरिया चमके
मन धड़काये बदरवा
मन धड़काये बदरवा
मन
मन धड़काये बदरवा॰॰॰

पेड़ों पर झूले डालो
और ऊंची पेंग बढ़ाओ
काले मेघा काले मेघा
पानी तो बरसाओ
काले मेघा काले मेघा
पानी तो बरसाओ
बिजुरी की तलवार नहीं
बूंदों के बाण चलाओ

हे॰॰ए॰॰ए हे ए
हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम
हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम
हो ओ ओ ओ ओsss

आई है रूत मतवाली
बिछाने हरियाली
ये अपने संग में लाई है सावन को
ये बिजुरी की पायल
ये बादल का आँचल
सजाने लाई है धरती की दुल्हन को
डाली डाली पहनेगी फूलों के कंगन
सुख अब बरसेगा आँगन आँगन॰॰न्न॰॰न्न
खिलगे अब कली कली
हँसेगी अब गली गली
हवा जो चली
तो रुत लगी भली
जला दे जो तन मन वो धूप ढली

घन घनन घनन
घन घनन घनन

काले मेघा काले मेघा
पानी तो बरसाओ
पानी तो बरसाओ
बिजुरी की तलवार नहीं
बूंदों के बाण चलाओ
बूंदों के बाण चलाओ
घनन घनन घिर घिर आए बदरा
घन घनघोर कारे छाए बदरा
धमक धमक गूँजे बदरा के डंके
चमक चमक देखो॰ ॰ ॰

घन घनन घनन
घन घनन घनन

घन घनन घनन
घन घनन घनन

घन घनन घनन
घन घनन घनन

घन घनन घनन
घन घनन घनन

घन घनन घनन
घन घनन घनन


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.

It is nearly 11 PM Today (27 december 2017)and no post has been made so far, thus threatening a proud record running into hundreds of days when there was no interruption of days as far as posting at least one write up was concerned. I have been travelling for the last 30 hours, and I had thought that I would be able to post during day time. But I found that my dongle did not get enough strength of signal and so I could not log on to internet.

Another five hours journey later, I found myself in a bigger place where I am able to get strong signal so here I am trying to post at least one writeup for the day, racing against time, so to day.

This song is from “Pyaara Dushman”(1955). It is sung by Rafi and chorus. Saba Afghani is the lyricist. Music is composed by Nisar Bazmi.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowldgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Hai zindagi ek safar maujon se khelta guzar (Pyaara Dushman)(1955) Singers-Rafi, Lyrics-Saba Afghani, MD-Nisar Bazmi
Chorus

jeene waale tu agar
marne se darna chhod de
phir jidhar chaahe udhar toofaan ka munh mod de

hambaara hambaaboo
hambaara hambaaboo
hambaara hambaaboo

hai zindagi ek safar
maujon se khelta guzar
naiya kinare se lagaane waala
hai mere maula
naiya kinaare se lagaane waala

baadal bhi chhaaye to kya
himmat ka daaman nahin chhodna
bijli daraaye to kya
manzil se munh ko nahin modna
aandhi ke jhonke
kitna hi roke
aage ko badhta hi jaa
naiya kinaare se lagaane waala
hai mere maula
naiya kinaare se lagaane waala

baat ye meri suno
kehna hai jo kuchh to jaldi kaho
mudkar idhar ko chalo
haasil hai kya raaste beech ko
khatra udhar hai
marne ka darr hai
daawat na do maut ko
naiya kinaare se lagaane waala
hai mere maula
naiyya kinaare se lagaane waala

kaisi hai ye buzdili
humne to ki thi zara dillagi
baaten karo hosh ki
chaho agar aazma lo abhi
mar ke dikhaao
achcha to aao
doobenge mil ke sabhi ee
naiya kinaare se lagaane waala
hai mere maula
naiya kinare se lagaane waala
hai mere maula

hai zindagi ek safar
maujon se khelta guzar
naiyya kinaare se lagaane waala
hai mere maula
naiyya kinare se lagaane waala


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.

“Qaidi”(1957) was produced by F C Mehra and directed by Mohammad Hussain for Eagle Films, Bombay. The movie had Padmini, Suresh, Agha, Anwar, Kumar, Kamal Mehra, Helen, Leela, Raagini, Rajan Kapoor, Amrit Rana, Tuntun, Munshi Munaqqa, Agha Miraz, Nazeera, Rafiq, Sattar etc with Johny Walker, Shyam Sundar and Randhir as guest artists in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. Four of these songs have been covered in the blog.

Here is the fifth song from “Qaidi”(1957) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Jaan Nisaar Akhtar is the lyricist. Music is composed by O P Nayyar.

Only the audio of this song is available. In O P Nayyar movies, Asha Bhonsle tended to sing for all female characters of the movie, so it is difficult to guess who lip synced this song on the screen. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.

This song is only the 17th O P Nayyar composition covered in the blog in the year 2017. But then this is the 568th O P Nayyar composition in the blog and we now have only 115 odd of his compositions yet to be covered.


Song-O sainyya jaa jaa jaa jaa jaa(Qaidi)(1957) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Jaan Nisaar Akhtar, MD-O P Nayyar

Lyrics

O sainya ja ja ja ja ja
ja main teri baat kabhi
na maanoo balma ja
chale na ek bahaana
mera to aaj zamaana
o sainya ja ja ja ja ja
o sainya ja ja ja ja ja
ja main teri baat kabhi na maanoon balma ja
chale na ek bahaana
mera to aaj zamaana
o sainya ja ja ja ja ja

dekh ke mere gaal ye gorey
dil pe mere daal na dorey
dekh ke mere gaal ye gorey
dil pe mere daal na dorey
mujhe na dekh lubhaana
bana na haaye deewaana
mujhe na dekh lubhaana
bana na haaye deewaana
o sainya ja ja ja ja ja
o sainya ja ja ja ja
ja main teri baat kabhi na maanoon balma ja
chale na ek bahaana
mera to aaj zamaana
o sainya ja ja ja ja ja

meri adaayen rang rangeeli
honth raseele aankh nasheeli
meri adaayen rang rangeeli
honth raseele aankh nasheeli
aji main ek khazaana
mujhe na haath lagaana
aji main ek khazaana
mujhe na haath lagaana
o sainya ja ja ja ja ja
o sainya ja ja ja ja
ja main teri baat kabhi na maanoon balma ja
chale na ek bahaana
mera to aaj zamaana
o sainya ja ja ja ja ja

tere iraade jaan gayi main
teri nazar pehchaan gayi main
tere iraade jaan gayi main
teri nazar pehchaan gayi main
mujhe na dekh phansaana
meri na aas lagaana
mujhe na dekh phansaana
meri na aas lagaana
o sainya ja ja ja ja ja


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