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Bholi Surat Pe Na Jaana

Posted on: January 23, 2018


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 : 3476 Post No. : 13962

Missing Films of 1960s – 50
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Films get made, they are processed and censored, they get released – and quite a number of them simply fade away without a trace. The fate is shared by many a films. Unless the film was a success, or was produced by a big production house, or had a cast of actors or music director associated with it, who were well known.

I do not mean to say that all films were disasters, and were financial debacles. No. Rather many of the B/C grade adventures and stunt type films, would actually do very good business in the 2nd and 3rd tiered circuits, catering to a class of audience, who were avowed loyalists to this genre. So they may not have been failures as such. But then, not being associated with big names in the industry, there generally was no one to look after them, once the first and second runs in the theatres were done with. What with the celluloid originals requiring large storage spaces, and also the controlled environment to maintain, most producer simply turned their backs on these films, and moved on with their pockets filled as much as the film’s run could give them. After that, it was the trash heap, or the fire of silver extractors, that simply destroyed so many of these films. ‘Heritage’ is probably a word that our film industry simply does not comprehend.

‘Baaghi Haseena’ is one such film from the year 1965. Categorized as a fantasy cum stunt film, it comes from the banner of Award Films, Bombay and its director’s name is given simply as Ram. An abbreviated list of actors includes Jairaj, Chitra, Sherry, Sheikh and Helen. The first two are the lead pair, Sherry most likely is the villain of the piece, Sheikh is the comic relief, and Helen, of course, is the entertainment attraction for the audiences. And voila, the film is made.

Ok, sorry – songs are needed. So there is a music director – the name is PD Sharma. As I scanned some part of the Geet Kosh, I find no other reference to this name, anywhere else. So this most likely, is the only film done by this music director. I do find a name that might be close – Pandit Damodar Sharma. But that is way back in 1948. In all likelihood, these two are not the same person. I request other knowledgeable readers and friends to add more information here, if available.

The songwriter’s name is lost. The Geet Kosh lists 5 songs for this film, also gives indication that there might be more. The singer names are available and so are the 78 rpm record nos. One possibility is that this detail is probably from the HMV catalogs.

The film has two wonderful solo songs by Asha Bhosle. I present today, one of them, for your listening pleasure. Listening to the words and rendition, it seems very likely that these two Asha Bhosle songs could be performed by Helen. The reason I say so is this – the list of songs contains a Sumam Kalyanpur solo and a Suman-Rafi duet. Likelihood is that the Suman Kalyanpur songs are lip synced by the leading lady, especially that the duet would be picturized on the lead pair. That would leave the Asha Bhosle songs to be picturized on Helen. It is a conjecture that I am making, and not a claim. Once again, I request other knowledgeable readers to please comment on this.

Listen to this wonderfully paced song, whose words are sounding so much like a dance song by Helen. And PD Sharma sir ji – wow and thanks for this music piece. It is kind of sad that we do not find another film listed with your name as music director.

With this song, the 1965 film ‘Baaghi Haseena’ makes its debut on the blog today. Listen and enjoy.

 

Song – Bholi Surat Pe Na Jaana  (Baaghi Haseena) (1965) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – [Unatributed], MD – PD Sharma

Lyrics

bholi
surat pe na jaana
kahin
dhokhe mein na aana
aage
aage hai jawaani
peechhe peechhe hai zamaana
bholi surat pe na jaana
kahin dhokhe mein na aana
aage aage hai jawaani
peechhe peechhe hai zamaana
bholi surat pe na jaa..na
hey hey

har ada mein dilkashi hai
mere hothon pe hansi hai
ik shoal zindagi hai
mere dum se roshni hai
mere dum se roshni hai
bholi surat pe na jaana
kahin dhokhe mein na aana
aage aage hai jawaani
peechhe peechhe hai zamaana
bholi surat pe na jaa..na
aa haa

mere din..n..n
hain meri raaten
kaun jaane..ey..ey
dil ki baaten
meri din hain meri raaten
kaun jaane dil ki baaten
kaun jaane dil ki baaten
bholi surat pe na jaana
kahin dhokhe mein na aana
aage aage hai jawaani
peechhe peechhe hai zamaana
bholi surat pe na jaa..na
haa haa

main jahaan bhi
muskuraa doon
gham e zindagi bhula doon
naghma e dil suna doon
soye fitne jaga doo..oon
soye fitne jaga doon
bholi surat pe na jaana
kahin dhokhe mein na aana
aage aage hai jawaani
peechhe peechhe hai zamaana
bholi surat pe na jaa..na

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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भोली
सूरत पे ना जाना
कहीं
धोखे में ना आना
आगे
आगे है जवानी
पीछे पीछे है ज़माना
भोली सूरत पे ना जाना
कहीं धोखे  ना आना
आगे आगे है जवानी
पीछे पीछे है ज़माना
भोली सूरत पे ना जा॰॰ना
हे हे

हर अदा में दिलकशी है
मेरे होठों पे हंसी है
इक शोला ज़िंदगी है
मेरे दम से रोशनी है
मेरे दम से रोशनी है
भोली सूरत पे ना जाना
कहीं धोखे  ना आना
आगे आगे है जवानी
पीछे पीछे है ज़माना
भोली सूरत पे ना जा॰॰ना
आ हा

मेरे दिन॰॰न॰॰न
हैं मेरी रातें
कौन जाने॰॰ए॰॰ए॰॰ए
मेरे दिन हैं मेरी रातें
कौन जाने दिल की बा॰॰तें
कौन जाने दिल की बातें
भोली सूरत पे ना जाना
कहीं धोखे  ना आना
आगे आगे है जवानी
पीछे पीछे है ज़माना
भोली सूरत पे ना जा॰॰ना
हा हा

मैं जहां भी
मुस्कुरा दूँ
ग़म ए ज़िंदगी भुला दूँ
नग़मा ए दिल सुना दूँ
सोये फितने जागा दूँ॰॰॰
सोये फितने जागा दूँ
भोली सूरत पे ना जाना
कहीं धोखे  ना आना
आगे आगे है जवानी
पीछे पीछे है ज़माना
भोली सूरत पे ना जा॰॰ना

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