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Archive for January 2018


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Blog Day : 3484 Post No. : 13995

Today (31 january 2018) is the last day of the first month on the year 2018. The new year began just 31 days ago. It already appears to most people that first january 2018 was long long ago. 🙂 Most people have already given up on their new year resolutions by now, assuming that they actually made such resolutions in the first place.

I am far more disciplined and determined as far as sticking to my resolutions are concerned. My two new year resolutions for the blog were –
(a) to post one “debutant”” movie song every day.
(b) to post one YIPPEE movie song every day.

We have so far managed to stick to our resolutions.

Our regulars have been a great help in the cause of introducing “debutant” movies to the blog as some of the articles contributed by them are the first song of movies. There are still a couple of thousand movies that are not yet covered in the blog so introducing “debutant” songs on a regular basis is a resolution that one can stick to without much problem.

The “YIPPEE” resolution is rather more challenging. It basically means covering ALL the songs of a movie. While it is possible to get a few songs for many movies, getting ALL the songs of a movie is a tough challenge. There may be some movies where all songs are easily available, but most movies turn out to be such where one or two songs are quite rare and are unavailable online. Locating these elusive songs becomes a challenge – and a time consuming challenge at that. The fact that we now a days post only about three or four songs a day, and not six or seven as was the case in the past, can be partially explained by the fact that we give considerable thought to YIPPIABLE movies these days, which was not the case in the past.

I have a list of movies that have just one or two songs left in them. So at any given day, I have several movies to pick from for YIPPYing. This choice sometimes comes to our rescue. For instance, it turns out that not one but two movies with suitable final song that we thought were YIPPiable on 26 January turned out to contain another song in them. Still, I was able to post another appropriate song from another movie that turned out to be the YIPPEE movie of that day. I in fact had one more movie as YIPPEE backup for republic day. 🙂

While posting YIPPEE movies daily, we cannot neglect those movies that have three or four songs left in them. We need to regularly cover these songs so that we have more number of movies with just one song left so that we can have a steady supply of YIPPiable movies.

The final song of some of these YIPPIable movies are so great that I am tempted to hold them back. The song under question is one such song. This song is from “Gauhar” (1953).

“Gauhar” (1953) was directed by F H Hasan for All Indian Pictures production, Bombay. The movie had Bina Rai, Rehman, Agha, Vijaylaxmi, Chaman Puri, Charlie, Cuckoo etc in it.

This movie had six songs in it. Five of these songs have been covered in the blog in the past. This sixth and final song is a rare song, and one that sounds like an archtypical puraani film ka song. I have liked this song so much that I toyed with the idea of this song being utilised as a century song, and even as a thousandth song for the blog. But finally I have decided that we cannot hold on to our YIPPIable songs just like that. Sooner or later we have to cover these songs.

So finally, I am letting go of this superb song from “Gauhar” (1953). This song is sung by Shamshad Begum and Sudha Malhotra. Shakeel Badayuni is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ghulam Mohammad.

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

With this song,”Gauhar” (1953) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


song-Sainyya tore painyya padoon aa jaa re (Gauhar)(1953) Singers-Shamshad Begam, Sudha Malhotra , Lyrics-Shakeel Badayuni, MD-Ghulam Mohammad
Chorus

Lyrics

sainyya tore painyya padoon
aa jaa re
more man ki agan ko bujha jaa re
ho o o o
o o o
ho o o o
o o o

o o o
o o o
o o o
aayi rut albeli
naache bela aur chameli
ee ee ee
aayi rut albeli
naache bela aur chameli
ee ee
tujh bin kaise rahoon main akeli
tujh bin kaise rahoon main akeli
dekh dekh mori pyaasi ankhiyaan
o dekh dekh mori pyaasi ankhiyaan
taane maaren sakhiyaan

mohe ab to daras dikhla jaa re
mohe ab to daras dikhla jaa re
sainyya tore paiyya padoon
aa jaa re
more man ki agan ko bujha jaa re
ho o o o
o o o
o o o
o o o

o o o o
o o o
chanchal geet sunaayen sakhiyaan
mehfil mein sharmaaun
oon oon oon
chanchal geet sunaayen sakhiyaan
mehfil mein sharmaaun
oon
gaa kar apna main bhed chhupaaoon
gaa kar apna main bhed chhupaaoon
prem raag sun sun ke tora
o prem raag sun sun ke tora
naache hai man mora

tu bhi sajna milan dhun gaa jaa re
tu bhi sajna milan dhun gaa jaa re
sainyya tore painyya padoon
aa jaa re ae
sainyya tore painyya padoon
aa jaa re
more man ki agan ko bujha jaa re
more man ki agan ko bujha jaa re
ho o o o
o o o
o o o
o o o

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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.

Blog Day : 3484 Post No. : 13994

Today’s song is from film Azaadi-35.

It is always a pleasure for me to write on films and songs of the 1930s and the 1940s. It is a different world altogether and traversing on the path of these decades is easy, for there is no crowd here. Not many writers are interested in discussing songs from the 1930s in details.

There are several reasons for this. First and foremost is lack of information. Considering what our love for recording history of old films and the artistes is, one has to be lucky to a great extent to have enough material to write about, in the first place. Secondly, most artistes of the 1930s and early 1940s were the lot carried forward or brought forward from the Silent Era. By the end of the first 10 years, most of these brought forward artistes went into oblivion and new force of artistes entered the film industry.

Most artistes of 1930s seem to be faceless, with only names to go by. No details, no biographies and no other informations are available for them. A select few, however, were well known with their details available, as they continued deep into the 1940s and some even into the 1950s. No information is available for most leading artistes and character artistes of 1930s. For example, artistes like, S.M.Hadi, Miss Khatoon, Miss Ameena, Kashinath, Tara, Armelin, Nayampally, Rampyari, Master Mohd., Shanta kumari, Shantarin, Vimla, Shareefa, Prabha shankar, Zebunnisa, Sultana, Shehzadi, Zillobai, Mushtari,Khalil, Jamshed ji, Chandrarao, Iqbal, Miss Kamla, Sorabji kerawala, Laxmi, Anwari, Shankarrao Bhosle, Shankarrao Vazare, Nimbalkar, Miss Leela, Madhav Kale, Jal Merchant, Sayani, Keki Adjania, Bhagwandas, Panna, Alaknanda, Hafiz, Sunalini,Sushila, Vasantrao Pehelwan, Marutirao Pehelwan, Zohra, M.Ismail…….the list is too long.

There are hundreds of such names about whom absolutely no information is available. This makes writing on old films/artistes a huge problem for students of film history ,like me. We have to be constantly on our toes to look for such information. Sometimes, Lady Luck blesses us and we come across heaps of information about an obscure name and our joy knows no bounds.

Something like this happened with me sometime back. I stumbled on an article in ” The Tribune” dated 26-5-2001, titled ” The Himachali who shone in Bollywood “, written by Ms. Anjali Mahajan. As soon as I started reading it, I realised that I was onto a discovery ! The article was based on an interview of Ms. Bimla, daughter of yesteryear actor-Hero Vijay kumar Pandit-whose song we are going to discuss today. I was not only overjoyed, but also I thanked my good luck. So, here is the information I gathered from this article as well as some other sources and HFGK of course.

As we all know, our Hindi film industry is full of Same Name Confusions. I know at least two more Vijay Kumars who acted in Hindi films. One of them was Johnny Walker’s brother, who was Hero in few films like Wanted-61 etc.

Vijay Kumar Pandit was born on 10-3-1905 in Shageen village in Shimla. His father, Kanshiram, was a rich and prominent person in the village. Brilliant Vijay Kumar matriculated from Shimla and did F.A. from Mahindra College, Patiala. While in school and college he was doing stage dramas. He did a role in Agha Hashra Kashmiri’s play “Asir-E-Hind”. He graduated from S.D.College, Lahore in 1930 and passed his M.A. M.O.L. from Lahore only in 1932.

Handsome Vijay Kumar joined as A.D.C. to Maharaja of Patiala. His love for acting continued and in one drama, even the Music Director/Singer S.D.Batish acted with him. Based on his recommendation, Vijay Kumar got Hero’s role in Premier Film Co.’s silent film,”Dukhtar-E-Zamana”. At Patiala, Vijay Kumar got married to Miss Tara, who was the sister-in-law (saali) of the maharaja of Patiala.

Then he moved to Bombay to enter films. His first film was Shakti Cinetone’s “Sajeev Moorti”-35, in which he was paired with Ashalata ( Mehrunnisa Bhagat-first wife of Anil Biswas). His wife Tara also acted in this film for the only time in her life. Then came film ‘Azaadi-35’ from same company. In this film he not only acted, he also wrote the script and gave Music. His next film was Mohan Bhavnani’s comedy film, “Shaadi ki Raat”-35, in which he was paired with actress Shareefa.

After this he moved to Calcutta, on the invitation of East India Film Co. for their film, “Sunehra Sansar”-36. Along with him Rampyari, Kamla Jharia and Menaka also acted i it. For this film, he wrote all its Lyrics also. Impressed with his performance, New Theatres called him for film, “Abhagin”-38, opposite Molina Devi and menaka.

Vijay Kumar returned to Bombay and acted in his last film,”Asha”-38, made by Film corporation of India. His Heroine was Kamlesh Kumari. After this film, he got intimation from Shimla about the illness of his father and he returned to Shimla to look after him. After doing 6 films as a Hero, due to the protracted illness of his father, Vijay Kumar could not return to Films ever. His father died in 1947 and all the responsibility of ancestral property fell on him.

All India Radio, Shimla invited him to work for them. He wrote and directed several dramas for Radio. Same time he acted in stage dramas in Gaiety Theatre of Shimla. According to his daughter, Raj Kapoor had invited him to work in the film Jaagte Raho, but he could not go. He stayed at Shimla till his death in 1977.

I was lucky to get information on this unknown hero, but there are hundreds of artistes without any face or information- only names.

Somehow,I seem to be lucky that some people from faraway countries contacted me and I got clues to get in touch with relatives of yesteryear actors, like Bhudo Advani, Indurani, Parshuram, Latika, Mirza Musharraf and few more. Recently, a gentleman from Dubai contacted me saying that he was the grandson of an obscure hero of over 20 films of 1930s and 1940s. I am in the process of meeting the son of that actor soon. So hopefully, we will know about yet one more old time actor and his career, sometime in coming months.

Today’s song is sung by Vijay Kumar. HFGK does not mention names of singers, Lyricist or the Composer of this film. However, this is one of the 6 songs Vijay Kumar sang for his films, since there was no Playback system in force that time. He sang a song even in New Theatre’s film Abhagin-38.

The uploader of this song on You Tube claims that the music is given by Mushtaq Hussain, HFGK thinks the composer may be Master Chhaila and the daughter of Vijay Kumar claims that HE was the Music Director for this film. Only Time will tell the truth.

Let us enjoy the song. With this song film Azaadi – 1935 makes its Debut on this Blog.


Song-Tan prem ki raakh laga kar ke (Aazaadi)(1935) Singer-Vijay Kumar Pandit

Lyrics

tan prem ki raakh lagaa kar ke
tan prem ki raakh lagaa kar ke
sukh prem ki dhooni ramaayenge
phir prem ki maala phira kar ke
phir prem ki maala phira kar ke
mukh prem ka ??? chadhaayenge
prem hi saadhan
prem hi poojan
prem hi saadhan
prem

prem hi saadhan
prem hi poojan
prem se hi hai safal ye jeewan
prem mein hai (?) jagat mein
prem ki bansi bajaayenge
prem ki bansi bajaayenge

prem pujaari prem mandir mein
prem pujaari prem mandir mein
prem pujaari prem mandir mein
prem ke pushp chadhaayenge
prem ke pushp chadhaayenge
prem hi prem hai saare jagat mein
prem hi prem hai saare jagat mein
prem hi prem hi prem
prem hi prem hi prem


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Blog Day : 3483 Post No. : 13993

“Swarg Narak”(1978) was Produced by B Nagi Reddi and directed by Dasari Narayan Rao for Vijaya Productions Pvt Ltd.(Madras). The movie had Sanjeev Kumar, Jeetendra,Vinod Mehra, Moushumi Chatterjee, Shabana Azmi,Shobhini Singh, Kamini Kaushal,Farita Boyce,Helen,Vijayalakshmi,Baby Gowri,Baby Sumathi,Paintal,Aditya,Vimal Sahu, Swaraj Kumar, Prem Kumar, Saleem,Subba Rao,Madhukar,Kiran, Pandey,Ram Mohan, Muthalif. In addtions, Madan Puri,A.K.Hangal,Prema Narayan made special appearances, while ITanuja made a friendly appearance. Other friendly appearances were by Jagdeep, Om Shivpuri, Raj Mehra, Shammi, Vikram Gokhale, Komilla Virk, Birbal, Pandhari Bai, Adil Aman etc.

The movie was a typically Chandamama magazine kind of tale, because it was a made by the owners of Chandamama. The movie had four songs in it. Three of these songs have been covered in the past.

Despite being aware that only one song was left to be covered, I was unable to cover the final song from the movie. For one, this is a rather complicated song. HFGK mentions it as a song in two parts, viz part a sung by Lata and part b sung by Christine. In reality it is one continous song where one stanza is a sung by Lata in Sanskrit and that is followed by one stanza in English by Christine and so on. The full audio of the song is rather elusive.

The sanskrit portion is basically shloks from Geeta. HFGK mentions them as shloks number 20 and 22 from chapter II and shlok number 34 from chapter 9. The English portion are penned by Harindranath Chattopadhyay. The picturisation shows a devout wife (played by Shabana Azmi reciting Geeta Shloks) in a bid to save the life of her mother in law whereas the wayward husband (played by Vinod Mehra) is drinking in a bar in the company of disagreeable people such as Komila Virk. There isone bar dancer (I am unable to identify her) who lip syncs the English song.

Movie audience were supposed to sympathise and praise the devout lady and abuse the wayward man. I had watched this movie (duly bunking my college classes) and had joined the mainstream audience in reacting in the predictable way.

Here is this elusive song, with tough lyrics since they are in Sanskrit and English. 🙂 All the hard work of noting down the lyrics are done by Prakashchandra who has also provided all the details about the movie.

With this song, “Swarg Narak”(1978) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.

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Song-Na jaayate Mriyate va…I love you only (Swarg Narak)(1978) Singers-Lata, Christine, Lyrics-Harindranath Chattopadhyay, MD-Rajesh Roshan

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)

na jaayate
mriyate vaa
kadaachinnaayam
bhootwaa
bhavitaa
vaan bhooyah
ajo nityah
shaashwatoyam
puraano
na hannyate
hanya maaney ae ae ae
shareerey

I love you only
aa aaah
I am so lonely
oo oo oo hoo hmmm
come and hold me
come
come

I kiss you dearly
aaa aa hhaaa…aaa
aaa I am so quivery
aaa aa aahhaa…haaa
ooh come and hold me
love me
ohh you can
I am a woman
you are a man
carress me
possess me
woo me
let your love ??
through and through me

vaasaasi jeernaani
yathaa vihaay
navaani
grihnaati
naro paraani
tathaa shareeraani
vihaay jeernaanyaani
sannyaati
navaani deh ee

aaa aaa aaa
we shall have to pay the price for his vice
vice vice
we shall have to pay the price for his vice
vice vice

man-manaa bhava
madbhakto o
mad-yaaji maam namasskuru
maamevaishyasi
yukthvaivva maatmaanam
mat paraayanaha

I love you only
only
I love you only
only
I am so lonely
lonely
lonely
lonely
come and hold me
enfold me
enfold me
enfold me

hhaa
hhaa
hhaaa
aaahh
aahh
aahhaaa
oooo oo…ooo
hmmm…hmm
aahh
aahhhaa
aaaahhaa
aaahhhaaa


This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, 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.

Blog Day : 3483 Post No. : 13992

“Zindagi Zindagi” (censored on August 19th 1972) starred Ashok Kumar, Sunil Dutt, Waheeda Rehman, Farida Jalal, Ramesh Deo, Anwar Husain, supported by Shyama, Jalal Agha, Master Tito, Chaya Devi, Gajanan Jagirdar etc. Music was by Sachin Deb Burman who led the list of playback singers (the song with the titles is in the voice of Sachinda and Anand Bakshi was the lyricist. The other playback singers were Kishore Kumar, Manna Dey and Lata Mangeshkar. Producer was Nariman A. Irani and A.P. Sharma and director was Tapan Sinha.

The movie (what little I saw of it) is based in a village where there is a hospital of which Sunil Dutt is a doctor and revolves around the life of the villagers and casteism. Ramesh Deo played Choudhury Ramprasad’s vagabond son. Today’s song has him {Ramesh Deo} lip-sync in the voice of Manna Dey through the lanes of the village and making politician-type promises of sadak (road), school, railgaadi (train), pul (bridge) etc. all in one breath.

Possibly the first movie in which I made note of an actor called Ramesh Deo was Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s “Anand”;that too not when the movie was released (I was a toddler at that time) but when I saw it on Doordarshan.

Then subsequently I saw him in “Jeevan Mrityu” (on tv of course) which came before “Anand” and other movies like “Khilona” “Lakhon mein ek” “Dus Lakh” and numerous other movies. He mostly played characters that were grey or completely negative, though occasionally he played a lovable friend as in “Shikar” or “Anand” or “Rampur Ka Laxman” “Ek Mahal Ho Sapno Ka” etc.

Now why am I talking about Ramesh Deo ? Because he turns a year older today (30 january 2018). He turns 89 today-unbelievable that he has been around for so long. He made his debut in Marathi films in 1951/52 and his Hindi debut was in the 1962 Rajshri Productions movie “Aarti”. Recently (meaning 2-3 years back) I saw him on some Marathi channel where they were felicitating him on his long innings in the film world- Marathi and Hindi. They also showed footage of his contribution to the industry and then it dawned on me that he has produced feature films, television serials, ad films etc. He is active even now as can be seen in the surf excel ad which has him play an adoring grandpa with Vidya Sinha as the grandma https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LiHhHKE_iMI . Ramesh Deo’s family is into entertaining the world- his wife is actress Seema Deo and sons Ajinkya- an actor and Abhinay- a director of movies, ads and television serials.

Honestly speaking I landed on a song mouthed by Ramesh Deo by accident. In the long time that he has spent in movie (almost 250 Hindi movies) the number of times he has sung songs on screen can be counted on one’s fingers. This is one such song that reminds me of “woh jhootha hai vote na usko dena” from “Namak Haram” though here it looks like he is making false promises. 🙂


Song-Kaun sachcha hai kaun jhoothha hai (Zindagi Zindagi)(1972) Singer-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-S D Burman
Chorus

Lyrics

kaun sachcha hai
aur kaun jhootha hai
pehle ye jaan lo
phir apna vote do
haan ji
kaun sachcha hai
kaun jhootha hai
pehle ye jaan lo
phir apna vote do

arrey haan
jaan lo
pehchaan lo
phir apna vote do o o
kaun sachcha hai
kaun jhootha hai
pehle ye jaan lo
phir apna vote do

hum janta ke
sevak hain ji
ham janta ke sevak hain
ham karte hain sewa
woh janta ke
dushman hain ji
woh janta ke dushman hain
woh khaate hain mewa
(giggle)
dhokha na khaana
zamaana bura hai
munh mein hai raam naam
aur bagal mein
chhura hai
jaan lo pehchaan lo
phir apna vote do o o
kaun sachcha
hai
aur kaun jhootha
hai
are haaan
pehle ye jaan lo
phir apna vote do
kaun sachcha

hai
kaun jhootha
hai
pehle ye jaan lo
phir apna vote do

ram prasad
jai jai
ram prasad
jai jai
loknath
haay haay
loknath
hay haay

iss chhote se gaanv ko hum sheher banaayenge
aur bail gaadi ke badle railgaadi chalaayenge
gaadi chalayenge ji
gaadi chalayenge

aur school banaayenge
pul banaayenge
aspataal banaayenge
pakka waada hai
pakki sadak bhi banaayenge
jai jai ramprasad
mera kehna maan lo
phir apna vote do
kaun sachcha hai
aur kaun jhootha hai
pehle ye jaan lo
phir apna vote do


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Blog Day : 3483 Post No. : 13991

“Nai Maa” (1960) was produced by A A Nadiadwala and directed by P L Santoshi for Pushpa Pictures, Bombay. This “social” movie had Balraj Sahni, Shyama, Peace Kanwal, Maruti, Bela, Daisy Irani, Rani, Niranjan Sharma, Maqbool, Jilani, Kathana, Shiv Kumar in it.

The movie had ten songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Nai Maa” (1960) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ravi.

Only the audio of the song is available. It sounds like a mujra song.

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

With this song, “Nai Maa” (1960) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Maseeha ban ke beemaaron ko kis pe chhod jaate ho (Nai Maa)(1960) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Ravi

Lyrics

maana ke wafa aap zara bhi nahin karte
par aise to mehfil se uthha bhi nahin karte
beemaar dil e yaar hai muddat se tumhaara
tum kaise maseeha ho dawa bhi nahin karte

haay haay
maseeha ban ke beemaaron ko kis pe chhod jaate ho
maseeha ban ke beemaaron ko kis pe chhod jaate ho
maseeha ban ke beemaaron ko kis pe chhod jaate ho
arre tasalli bhi diye jaate ho
dil bhi tod jaate ho
tasalli bhi diye jaate ho
dil bhi tod jaate ho

hum badhen betaab ho kar
aap len daaman bacha
koi apni jaan de
aur aap dikhlaayen ada
aa aa aa
ja rahe ho jaao
par ik baar mud kar dekh lo o
gham hai aankhon mein
labon se aa rahi hai ye sada
maseeha ban ke beemaaron ko kis pe chhod jaate ho

ik zara thahro
ye hasrat ki nazar bhi dekh lo
dard e dil bhi dekh lo
dard e jigar bhi dekh lo
kaam ban jaaye hamaara
ik nazar ki baat hai
kya bigadta hai tumhaara
jo idhar bhi dekh lo
aji suniye
maseeha ban ke beemaaron ko kis pe chhod jaate ho
tasalli bhi diye jaate ho
dil bhi tod jaate ho


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Blog Day : 3482 Post No. : 13990

“Do Dilon Ki Daastaan”(1966) was directed by Raj Khosla for Deep and Pradeep Productions, Bombay, the home production of Pradeep Kumar. The movie had Vyjyanti Mala, Pradeep Kumar, Om Prakash, Shashikala, Rehman, B Nandi, Jagdeep, Nazeer Hussain, Tuntun etc in it.

This “social” movie had eight songs in it. Five of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the sixth song from “Do Dilon Ki Daastaan”(1966) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Rafi. Raja Mehdi Ali Khan is the lyricist. Music is composed by O P Nayyar.

Only the audio of this song is available. My guess is that this song was picturised on the lead pair of the movie viz Vyjyanti Mala and Pradeep Kumar. Nevertheless, I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Aeji pehli mulaaaqaat mein nahin pyaar jataaya karte (Do Dilon Ki Daastaan)(1966) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Rafi, Lyrics-Raja Mehdi Ali Khan, MD-O P Nayyar

Lyrics

aeji pehli mulakaat mein nahin pyaar jataaya karte
aeji pehli mulaakaat mein nahin pyaar jataaya karte
jab haath diya ho haath mein
nahin haath chhudaaya karte

aeji pehli mulaakaat mein

aur haseen ho jaaogi
gar pehno pyaar ke gehne
aur haseen ho jaaogi
gar pehno pyaar ke gehne

ho o o
pyaar ke gehne pehna kar tum
dil mein lagoge rehne ae ae
pyaar ke gehne pehana kar tum
dil mein lagoge rehne
meri laila
aha
tera chhaila
aha
maange tere dil mein jagah a a
aeji pehli mulaakaat mein

aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aaa haa haa
kitne haseen aankhon ne dekhe
dil na kisi se behla aa aa
kitne haseen aankhon ne dekhe
dil na kisi se behla

aa aa
ik ladki ka ik ladke se
pyaar hai pehla pehla aa
ik ladki ka ik ladke se
pyaar hai pehla pehla
zaalim harni
aa ha
jadugarni
ho ho
pyaari pyaari ankhen na chhupa
aeji pehli mulaakaat mein

pichhle janam mein shaayad maine
pyaar kiya thha tujhse
pichhle janam mein shaayad maine
pyaar kiya thha tujhse

ho o o
janam janam ke saathi aakhir
aan miley ho mujhse ae
janam janam ke saathi aakhir
aan miley ho mujhse
piya piya
bolo kya
jiya teri baaton pe fida aa aa
aeji pehli mulakaat mein nahin pyaar jataaya karte
jab haathh diya ho haath mein
nahin haathh chhudaaya karte

aeji pehli mulaakaat mein aen

aahaa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aaa


This article is written by Bharat Upadhyay, 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.

Blog Day : 3482 Post No. : 13989

Sureeli Suman – 27
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After a long long time’ for various reasons, (that nobody will be interested to know) I am able to present this song today to congratulate our dear Suman Kalyanpur on her Birth-Day. We all wish that the Almighty may grant her a long healthy and prosperous life.

Seventeen songs were presented by me in the ‘Sureeli Suman’ series and this will be the eighteenth gem of her Non-Film Songs.

In mid sixties, Rock Hudson & Gina lollobrigida made a world famous hit song ‘Come September’ and the tune was very popular in India too. This song is a complete copy of one of the instrumental themes of ‘Come September’ (1961).

The same theme was used by MD Nadeem-Shravan in the Film “Raja” (1995) . The song was “Nazaren Mili Dil Dhadka”.

This is not the only song Suman Kalyanpur sang based on rock music. In Film ‘Rocket Tarzan’ (1963), she has beautifully rendered “Ya Rabba Rabba Ho” based on a instrumental theme ‘Berlin Melody’ (1962). Lyrics were written by Yogesh Gaud which were set to music by Robin Banerjee.

The next presentation, Hari Ichchha permitting, will be another NFS sung by Suman Kalyanpur based ‘Berlin Melody’ (1962). The song is ‘Dil dhak dhak dhak dhak dhadke’.

My feeling is that this song and the song which I am covering today, may have been on the two sides of the same 78 RPM record. The up-loader of the video has credited Shankar-Jaikishan as MD and Harindranath Chattopadhyay as Lyricist, which I am doubtful.


Song–Rimjhim Rimjhim Rimjhim Lo Barse Moti Ke Daane (Suman Kalyanpur NFS) (1969) Singer – Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics – [Unattributed], Music – [Unattributed]
[Ed Note: The original western melody of ‘Come September’ composed by Hans J Salter, and played by Billy Vaughn as the lead guitarist, is adapted and arranged for this song released on an EP in 1969. The music arrangement for this particular recording is variously attributed to Shankar Jaikishan and Usha Khanna. The Lyrics have also been variously attributed to Harindranath Chattopadhyay and Shailendra. None of this information has been confirmed.]

Lyrics

 

rimjhim rimjhim rimjhim
lo barse moti ke daane
bikhre khazaane
rimjhim rimjhim rimjhim
lo barse moti ke daane
bikhre khazaane
aisi shaam jo aaye
bulaaye kisko
dil kya chaahe
mera dilbar jaane
aisi shaam jo aaye
bulaaye kisko
dil kya chaahe
mera dilbar jaane

uthhe chupke chupke aaj
koi toofaan
mere armaan huye deewaane
rimjhim rimjhim rimjhim
lo barse moti ke daane
bikhre khazaane

ye barsaat ki bheegi raat
dilaaaye teri yaaaden
tere wo afsaane
ye barsaat ki bheegi raat
dilaaaye teri yaaaden
tere wo afsaane
jahaan bhi ho aa jaao aaj
ke ae dildaar
tumhaara pyaar
laga tadpaane
rimjhim rimjhim rimjhim
lo barse moti ke daane
bikhre khazaane

kaisi aag lagaaye
jalaaye bairan
aayi barkha saari raat jagaane
kaisi aag lagaaye
jalaaye bairan
aayi barkha saari raat jagaane
dil ko phir soojhi taqraar
wohi is raat
gayi main haar
ye ab na maane
rimjhim rimjhim rimjhim
lo barse moti ke daane
bikhre khazaane
rimjhim rimjhim rimjhim
lo barse moti ke daane
bikhre khazaane

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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रिमझिम रिमझिम रिमझिम
लो बरसें मोती के दाने
बिखरे ख़ज़ाने
रिमझिम रिमझिम रिमझिम
लो बरसें मोती के दाने
बिखरे ख़ज़ाने

ऐसी शाम जो आए
बुलाये किसको
दिल क्या चाहे
मेरा दिलबर जाने
ऐसी शाम जो आए
बुलाये किसको
दिल क्या चाहे
मेरा दिलबर जाने
उठे चुपके चुपके आज
कोई तूफान
मेरे अरमान हुये दीवाने
रिमझिम रिमझिम रिमझिम
लो बरसें मोती के दाने
बिखरे ख़ज़ाने

ये बरसात की भीगी रात
दिलाये तेरी यादें
तेरे वो अफसाने
ये बरसात की भीगी रात
दिलाये तेरी यादें
तेरे वो अफसाने
जहां भी हो आ जाओ आज
के ए दिलदार
तुम्हारा प्यार लगा तड़पाने
रिमझिम रिमझिम रिमझिम
लो बरसें मोती के दाने
बिखरे ख़ज़ाने

कैसी आग लगाए
जलाए बैरन
आई बरखा सारी रात जगाने
कैसी आग लगाए
जलाए बैरन
आई बरखा सारी रात जगाने
दिल को फिर सूझी तकरार
वही इस रात
गई मैं हार
ये अब ना माने
रिमझिम रिमझिम रिमझिम
लो बरसें मोती के दाने
बिखरे ख़ज़ाने
रिमझिम रिमझिम रिमझिम
लो बरसें मोती के दाने
बिखरे ख़ज़ाने


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Blog Day : 3482 Post No. : 13988

“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. Eight of these songs have been covered in the blog. Here are the details of these songs:-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Phool gendwa na maaro 921 18-Mar-09
Mehfil se uthh jaane waalon 3214 16-Nov-10
Chaand takta hai idhar 5646 17-Mar-12
Sun ae maanzabeen mujhe tujhse ishq nahin 6080 14-Jun-12
Pade barkha phuhaar kare jiyaraa pukaar 6898 25-Oct-12
Lo apna jahaan duniyaawaalon 7077 27-Nov-12
Sajan salona maang lo jee koi 13600 21-Sep-17
Vinti suno mori avadhpur ke basaiyya 13616 26-Sep-17

As can be seen, the movie had some memorable songs in it. One of these songs was covered as a multiple century song as well (Blog’s, Sahir Ludhianvi’s and Sudhir Ji’s century song) in one writeup.

The eighth and final song is a special song as well. It is sung by the Hemmadi Sisters Suman and Shyama Hemmadi, who after their marriages became known as Suman Kalyanpur and Shyama Chittar respectively. The two sisters, though not as prolific as the various Mangeshkar sisters in singing together, have sung togethertwice in HFM. The first occasion was in “Dooj Ka Chaand)”(1964) and later in “Deedaar” (1970).

Here is the first of these duets sung by the two sisters. Sahir Ludhianvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Roshan.

The song is picturised as a dance son on two dancers. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify them.

There may be errors in the lyrics that I have noted down because the words are not clear at some places. I request our readers with keener ears to help point them out.

With this song, “Dooj Ka Chaand” (1964) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Jhaankti hai meri aankhon se kazaa chhan chhan ke(Dooj Ka Chaand)(1964) Singers-Suman Kalyanpur, Shyama Hemmadi, Lyrics-Sahir Ludhianvi, MD-Roshan

Lyrics

jhaankti hai meri aankhon se kaza chhan chhan ke
jhaankti
jhaankti hai meri aankhon se kaza chhan chhan ke
jhaankti hai meri aankhon se kaza chhan chhan ke
jhaankti
jhaankti hai meri aankhon se kaza chhan chhan ke

mujhse mat chhed karna khel jaan ke
aji haan khel jaan ke
aag ko chhoo na lena shole maan ke
aji haan shole maan ke
aa aa aa aa aa aa
mere daaman pe daal na lalchaai nazre bhi
zara thham thham ke
jhankti
jhankti hai meri aankhon se kaza chhan chhan ke
jhankti hai meri aankhon se kaza chhan chhan ke

ek bijli si chamke ghaat ghaat mein
aji haan ghaat ghaat mein
ek shola sa damke baat baat mein
aji haan baat baat mein
aa aa aa aa aa aa aa aa
dil to kya shai hai
jaan bhi le legi matwaali ada
chhan chhan ke jhankti
jhaankti hai meri aankhon se kaza chhaa chhan ke
jhaankti hai meri aankhon se kaza chhaa chhan ke

meri chaahat ka naadaan dhang aur hai
aji haan dhang aur hai
meri qaatil hansi ka rang aur hai
aji haan rang aur hai
aa aa aa aa aa aa aa aa
mere khanjar ke waar ka milta hai bismil ko maza
chhan chhan ke
jhaankti
jhankti hain meri aankhon se kaza chhan chhan ke
jhaankti
jhaankti hain meri aankhon se kaza chhan chhan ke
jhaankti hain meri aankhon se kaza chhan chhan ke
jhaankti
jhaankti hain meri aankhon se kaza chhan chhan ke


This article is written by Satyajit Rajurkar, 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.

This is the 3300th song by Lata Mangeshkar as a playback singer in the blog.

Blog Day : 3482 Post No. : 13987

Having overcome the guilt of not contributing any song posts to one of my favourite blogs, I now feel mentally at ease.

My younger son got married recently. All our energy and resources were directed towards making this event a great success. We were very lucky that everything went as planned and now both my boys are happily married and have moved into their own sweet homes. Me and my wife now have the task of downsizing our 5 bedroom house to a more manageable 2 or 3 bedroom house. This process will be completed within the next 3 to 6 months.

Also, on the day of the said marriage, after finishing all the major events, I unfortunately, snapped the Achilles’ tendon in my right leg. I had to be rushed to the hospital and had my leg put in a a fiberplast cast. I have been told to use crutches and/or a wheel chair so as not to put any pressure on the leg. Thus, I am not at home for the next six weeks and have ample time to present some interestingly rare songs on this blog.

Now, as I sit down to write today’s post, I fondly recall this gem of a song, which used to feature in one of my audio cassettes titled R D Burman with Lata Mangeshkar. If you are hearing this song for the first time, I would suggest that you listen to it at least two or three times. This song grows on you.

Well that’s an interesting expression. How or why does a particular song grow on you ?

For me, I think it has to do with either it’s rarity, complexity or uniquity (is that a word?).

If there’s a lot going on in a song, it can take a number of listens to pick up on the big picture, as you may be focusing on one thing in particular. It takes time to build that picture up. Sometimes I listen to a song I have listened to a lot and still pick up on things I had never noticed before. If a song has a unique nature to it, it can take me time to adjust to it.

Today’s song is from an obscure movie, Savera from 1972, which makes its debut on this blog. It is the second song from the movie to appear in the blog. I distinctly remember having seen this movie but I hardly remember the story line. I just remember that Rehana Sultan is Saroj who loves Jatin (Kiran Kumar) but, unwillingly, under family pressure, goes on to marry Amar (Anil Dhawan). However, while being married, she is pregnant with Jatin’s child, which she is unaware of. I only remember this much and even this may be 100% wrong. However, we are here to appreciate this beautiful song.

Tons and tons of material has been written about our favourite Pancham Da aka Rahul Dev Burman. My saying anything further will be like showing a lamp to the sun, a cliché used widely in Hindi. The song, sung by Lata Mangeshkar and penned by Majrooh Sultanpuri.

Ed note: This rare song, a song that grows on you with repeated listening, is the 3300th song by Lata Mangeshkar as a playback singer in the blog.


Song-Main to deewaani tere liye o re piya(Sawera)(1972) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

Hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
Laa la laa la
Laa la laa la
Hmm Hmm Hmm Hmm

Tujhpe Luta Di Ye Zindgaani Re
Main To Deewaani
Hmm Hmm Hmm Hmm
Laa La Laa La aa

Tera Pyaar Le ke
Dooloon Nazaaron Mein
Udta Hai Panchhi
Jaise Bahaaron Mein
Yeh Mere Tan Se
Kisi Ki Mehak Aaye
Poochhe Pawan Se
Kaliyaan Ishaaron Mein
Unko Khabar Kya Mujh pe
Kaisi Jawaani Re
Main To Deewaani
Tere Liye
O Re Piya
Main To Deewaani
Tujhpe Luta Di
Ye Zindgaani Re
Main To Deewaani

Apne Piya Ke
Dil Mein Utar Ke Main
Soyi Sanwar Ke
Jaagi Nikhar Ke Main
Mohe Mila Jo
Rang Sajan Se
Chhalki phiroongi
Wohi Rang Bhar Ke Main
Laagoon Abhi Se Balma
Kaisi Suhaani Re
main to deewaani
Tere Liye
O Re Piya
Main To Deewaani
Tujhpe Luta Di
Ye Zindagaani Re
Main To Deewaani

Kya Jaanoon Sajna
Sansaar Ki Baatein
Maine To Seekhi Hain
Do Pyaar Ki Baatein
Hai Mera Mandir
Teri Nigaahon Mein
Aur Meri Pooja
Tujhse Mulaakaatein
Tujhpe Khatam Hai Saiyaan
Meri Kahaani Re
Main To Deewaani
Tere Liye
O Re Piya
Main To Deewaani
Tere Liye
O Re Piya
Main To Deewaani
Tujhpe Luta Di
Ye Zindgaani Re
Main To Deewaani
Tere Liye
O Re Piya
Main To Deewaani


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.

Blog Day : 3481 Post No. : 13986

 

Today, is 28th January – a living legend of Hindi film music turns 81. Yes, its Suman Kalyanpur’s birthday.

Greetings and best wishes to her, for many more such celebrations to come. We wish her good health, happiness and peace.

A voice that has been regaling the listeners, especially the kind that have been hooked on to Hindi film music, listening to the radio services from AIR and Redio Ceylon.

The song I bring to you today, is this very endearing voice, singing a wonderful melody from the 1964 film ‘Krishnavtaar’ . The film is produced under the banner of Kashi Film Corporation, Bombay, and is directed by S Dosaani. The list of actors includes Shyam, Lakshmi Chhaaya, Sujata, Bhagwan, Sabina, Sadhna Khote, Prem Sagar, Jagdish Kanwal, Ajay and Radheyshyam etc. The nine songs of this film are shared between two song writers – four written by Anjaan and five written by Yogesh. This song is by Anjaan. The wonderful musical compositions of this film are prepared by Suresh Kumar.

The song is sung by Suman Kalyanpur. She has lent her voice to as many as 6 songs out of nine in this film, four of which are solo songs. This is the second solo by her to be showcased here.

A wonderful rendition, that tells about a celebration of the heart. A celebration that is today.

Many happy returns of the day.

 

Song – Aaj Magan Mann Mayur Mora  (Krishnavtaar) (1964) Singer – Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics – Anjaan, MD – Suresh Kumar

Lyrics

aaj magan mann mayur mora
thirak thirak naache naache kyon naache
aaj magan mann mayur mora
thirak thirak naache naache kyon naache
chanchal pag ki bairan paayal
chhunn chhannan chhum baaje kyon baaje
aaj magan mann mayur mora
thirak thirak naache naache kyon naache
aa..aaj

kyon bikhren kajraari alken
sharmaayen kyon bojhal palken
kyon bikhren kajraari alken
sharmaayen kyon bojhal palken
kajra kyon chhalke
achraa kyon dhalke
haaye mujhko kya ho gaya..aa..aa..aa
aaj magan mann mayur mora
thirak thirak naache naache kyon naache
aa..aaj

kaun hiya mein madhu ras ghole
pag paagal kyon dagmag doley
kaun hiya mein madhu ras ghole
pag paagal kyon dagmag doley
gajra kyon mehke
tan mann kyon behke
ye kya hai jaadu naya..aa..aa..aa
aaj magan mann mayur mora
thirak thirak naache naache kyon naache
chanchal pag ki bairan paayal
chhunn chhannan chhum baaje kyon baaje
aaj magan mann mayur mora
thirak thirak naache naache kyon naache
aa..aaj

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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आज मगन मन मयूर मोरा
थिरक थिरक नाचे नाचे क्यों नाचे
आज मगन मन मयूर मोरा
थिरक थिरक नाचे नाचे क्यों नाचे
चंचल पग की बैरन पायल
छुन्न छन्नन छुम बाजे क्यों बाजे
आज मगन मन मयूर मोरा
थिरक थिरक नाचे नाचे क्यों नाचे
आ॰॰आज

क्यों बिखरें कजरारी अलकें
शर्माएं क्यों बोझल पलकें
क्यों बिखरें कजरारी अलकें
शर्माएं क्यों बोझल पलकें
कजरा क्यों छलके
अचरा क्यों ढलके
हाए मुझको क्या हो गया॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आ
आज मगन मन मयूर मोरा
थिरक थिरक नाचे नाचे क्यों नाचे
आ॰॰आज

कौन हिया में मधु रस घोले
पग पागल क्यों डगमग डोले
कौन हिया में मधु रस घोले
पग पागल क्यों डगमग डोले
गजरा क्यों महके
तन मन क्यों बहके
ये क्या है जादू नया॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आ
आज मगन मन मयूर मोरा
थिरक थिरक नाचे नाचे क्यों नाचे
चंचल पग की बैरन पायल
छुन्न छन्नन छुम बाजे क्यों बाजे
आज मगन मन मयूर मोरा
थिरक थिरक नाचे नाचे क्यों नाचे
आ॰॰आज


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