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Do deewaane aaye ek tamaashaa laaye

Posted on: December 25, 2017


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Yesterday (24 december 2017) was Rafi’s birth anniversary and today (25 december 2017), apart from being Christmas, is the birth anniversary of Naushad.

We in the blog try to combine such anniversaries and discuss songs that such artists may have combined to create. And it goes without saying that the collaboration of Rafi and Naushad has been a long and fruitful one.

I counted each and every song that had the voice of Rafi and which was composed by Naushad. I found that the two were associated in 40 movies and 160 songs, beginning from “Pahle Aap”(1944) and ending with “Love and God” (1986).

Contributors may think that they have such a large number of Rafi-Naushad songs to chose from if they have to sent their guest articles, or lyrics, but that is not so.

All songs created by Rafi and Naushad beginning from “Pahle Aap”(1944) upto “Ganwaar”(1970) have already been covered in the blog. This 16 year span covers all the magnum opus that Naushad created (and utilised Rafi’s voice in them) viz. Pehle Aap , Anmol Ghadi, Shahjahaan, Mela, Andaaz, Chaandni Raat, Dillagi, Dulaari, Baabul, Daastaan, Deedaar, Jaadoo, Aan, Baiju Baawra, Deewaana, Amar, Shabaab, Udan Khatola, Mother India, Sohni Mahiwal, Kohinoor, Mughal e Azam, Ganga Jamuna, Son of India, Mere Mehboob, Leader, Dil Diya Dard Liya, Saaz Aur Aawaaz, Paalki, Ram aur Shyam, Aadmi, Sangharsh and Ganwaar have already been YIPPEED and so all Rafi songs in these movies have been covered as well.

In fact, 146 out of 160 songs created by the collaboration of Rafi and Naushad have already been covered in the blog.

By 1970, Naushad and his generation of oldtimer music directors were already upstaged by the new generation of music directors led by R D Burman. Naushad collaborated with Rafi in seven more movies during 1970s and 1980s. And it is in these movies that offer us the remaining Naushad compositions with Rafi’s voice.

Following are the movies that offer us the last remaining Rafi songs under Naushad’s baton.

Movie Year No of songs in the blog with Rafi No of songs in the movie with Rafi Remarks
Taangewaala 1972 1 4 The song under discussion in the writeup
My Friend 1974 1 4
Sunahra Sansaar 1975 0 1
Chambal Ki Raani 1979 0 1
Love and God 1986 1 6
Total 3 16 13 songs remaining

Peevesie’s mom discussed a Rafi-Naushad song from “Dharam Kaanta” (1982) and all Rafi songs of this movie thus got covered. So this movie just avoided getting figured in the table above.

The table above mentions that no Rafi songs from “Taangaawaala”(1972) has been covered. That was before the song under discussion. This song under discussion is a Rafi-Asha Bhonsle duet from “Taangewaala”(1972). the song is penned by Majrooh Sultanpuri. Music is composed by Naushad.

The song is picturised as a roadside tamasha song on Rajendra Kumar and Mumtaz. They are shown doing publicity for a movie called “Kaala Chor”. People who lived through that era will recall that movies that were being shown in the local movie halls were given street to street publicity. A man, fancying himself to be the local version of Ameen Sayani would announce about the movie seated on a cycle rickshaw. He would play songs as well (not necessarily from the movie being advertised). Kids were especially interested in the pamphlets of the movie that he would distribute among people.

The picturisation is a filmy version of those days of door to door publicity campaigns for movies. 🙂 This picturisation would certainly bring back fond memories for those who lived through that era. The lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri are truly outstanding.

With this song done and dusted, now just 13 more Rafi-Naushad songs are left to be covered before we raech what can be described as a mega YIPPEE landmark of all Rafi-Naushad songs getting covered in the blog.


Song-Do deewaane aaye ek tamaasha laaye (Taangewaala)(1972) Singers-Rafi, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Naushad

Lyrics

aao aao
aao aao
are aao aao
are aao aao
aao aao

do deewaane
aaye
ek tamaasha
laaye
dekho sau feesdi film ye
bole naache gaaye
kaho kya jhoothh baat hai
nahin
to bas phir dekho bhaalo
jawaani ke gun gaa lo
ho do deewaane
aaye
arre ek tamaasha
laaye
dekho sau feesdi film
ye bole naache gaaye
kaho kya jhoothh baat hai

nahin
to bas phir dekho bhalo
jawaani ke gun gaa lo

aao dekho pyaare
ye khel tumhen lalkaare
naam hai kaala chor
ye picture bhaaraat ki mashoor

laaraa loo
laaraa loo
arre
laaraa loo
laaraa loo
laaraa loo
dushman se wo fight
jo huliya kar de tight
are scene hazaaron ismein
maara maari se bharpoor
huntar kadke
paanch aane mein
ghoda bhadke
paanch aane mein
chhaati dhadke
paanch aane mein
dekho mere yaar jawaani khel ajab dikhlaaye
haa haa
do deewaane

aaye
arre ek tamasha
laaye
dekho sau feesdi film ye
bole naache gaaye
kaho kya jhoothh baat hai

nahin
to bas phir dekho bhaalo
jawani ke gun gaa lo

kismat unki phooti
ye picture jinse chhooti
biwi bachchon ko dikhla
aur tu bhi jaldi dekh
laara loo
laara loo
arre
laara loo
laara loo
laara loo
kaam mera samjhaana
phir peechhe na pachhtaana
touring talkie ke jaane mein
din hain bas do ek
aao dekho

paanch aane mein
aankhen senko
paanch aane mein
dil bhi phenko
paanch aane mein
jo mukhda parde par dekho
sapne mein bhi aaye

arre do deewaane
aaye
ek tamasha
laaye
dekho sau feesdi film ye bole naache gaaye
kaho kya jhoothh baat hai
nahin
to bas phir dekho bhalo
jawani ke gun gaa lo

Indian news reel

khel se pehle logon
duniya ki khabren dekho
dekho kaise sailaabon mein bahte hain ghar baar

kahin kaal
bhoochaal
arre laaraloo laaraloo laaraloo

kaise milta ration
ration ke oopar bhaashan
bhaashan jispe hoti hai
neta ki jai jai kaar

Paris London
paanch aane mein
Turkey German
paanch aane mein
chal Washington
paanch aane mein
dekh le apni aankh se koi chaand pe kaise jaaye
ho o
do deewaane aaye
ek tamaasha laaye
dekho sau feesdi film ye bole naache gaaye
kaho kya jhoothh baat hai
nahin
to bas phir dekho bhalo
jawaani ke gun gaa lo

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2 Responses to "Do deewaane aaye ek tamaashaa laaye"

long long ago, way back in the 70s, when this was a oft-heard song on vividh bharati, i used to love hearing it specially the “Kao kao” part. it never occured that it could be “aao aao” 🙂
and even these
“huntar kadke
paanch aane mein
ghoda bhadke
paanch aane mein
chhaati dhadke
paanch aane mein” registered as something else only in my head.
oh! the number of songs i must have killed back then, sigh! 😉

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