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Bheetar bheetar khaaye chalo baahar shor machaaye chalo

Posted on: March 23, 2018


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Blog Day : 3535 Post No. : 14199

“Sankalp”(1974) was directed by Ramesh Sahgal for Twinkle Stars, Bombay. This “social” movie had Farida Jalal, Sukhdev, Bipin Gupta, Anjali Kadam, arjun Bakshi, Mahesh (new discovery), Yunus Parvez, Leela Mishra, Jankidas, Suresh Divekar, Subhash Sethi, Mona, Nikita, Chandu Alahabadi, Master Sheroo, Master Ratan, Satish Chhabra etc in it, with special appearance by Sulakshana Pandit.

The movie had four songs in it. Three songs from the movie have been covered in the past. These three songs were discussed in 2011, 2015 and 2018 , viz at three year intervals. 🙂 Here are the details of these three songs:-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Tu hi saagar tu hi kinaaraa 3921 23-May-11
Sab thhaath pada rah jaawega 11307 22-Jul-15
Ghaav dil ke dhuyen se seete hain 14194 22-Mar-18

Here is the fourth and final song from “Sankalp”(1974) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Mukesh and Mahendra Kapoor. Kaifi Azmi is the lyricist. Music is composed on Khayyam.

Only the audio of this song is available. One can guess that the song is a public lament song where people hold politicians responsible for the ills of the nation. Yes, people four decades ago held the same view about politicains that they do now. 🙂

Personally I think that now a days we are much better off vis a vis the situation of 1970s. Those were the days when we had economic policies that relied upon dole contributed by western nations. Things are vastly better today. The economic policies which kept the nation poor and steadily brought it on the verge of bankruptcy have since been abandoned. Politicians continue to be more or less same as before but the country is doing far better. So people listening to this song today will not share the same despondency as this song may have brought about in the past.

With this song, “Sankalp”(1974) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Bheetar bheetar khaaye chalo (Sankalp)(1974) Singers-Mukesh, Mahendra Kapoor, Lyrics-Kaifi Azmi, MD-Khayyam
Unknown voice
All

Lyrics

bheetar-bheetar khaaye chalo
baahar shor machaaye chalo
bheetar-bheetar khaaye chalo
baahar shor machaaye chalo
bhed kaun kholegaa
munh se kaun bolegaa

bheetar-bheetar khaaye chalo
baahar shor machaaye chalo

jantaa bholi-bhaali hai
pet bhi jeb bhi khaali hai
naaron se garmaa do lahu
vaadon se bahlaaye chalo
vaadon se bahlaaye chalo
bheetar-bheetar khaaye chalo
baahar shor machaaye chalo

badhti jaaye hai mehngaai
ghat’ti jaaye hai kamaayi
cheezon ke daam badhaaye chalo
insaan ka bhaav giraaye chalo
insaan ka bhaav giraaye chalo

bheetar-bheetar khaye chalo
baahar shor machaye chalo

haathon mein kuchh note lo
haathon mein kuchh note lo
phir chaaho jitne vote lo

khote se khotaa kaam karo
baapu ko neelaam karo
arre
baapu ki tasveer hai ye

tere baap ki kyaa jaagir hai ye
baapu-baapu karte raho

zahar dilon mein bharte raho
basti-basti aag lage
har insaan ek naag lage
praant-praant ko tang kare
bhaasha se bhaasha jang kare
koi yahaan malyaali
koi yahaan bangaali
gujrati hai koi yahaan
punjabi hai koi yahaan
ye hai maratha aur vo tamil
aapas mein yaari hai mushkil
sabko chaahiye apni zameen
hindustaani koi nahin
hindustaani koi nahin
hindustaani koi nahin

desh kahaan ab desh rahaa aa aa
desh kahaan ab desh rahaa
aa aa aa

desh to seemaaon mein bantaa
aur bhi tukde udaaye chalo
kursi apni bachaaye chalo
kursi apni bachaaye chalo
bheetar-bheetar khaaye chalo
baahar shor machaaye chalo

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5 Responses to "Bheetar bheetar khaaye chalo baahar shor machaaye chalo"

The audio uploaded with this write-up is by mistake the audio of the earlier posted song of the same movie “Sab thhaath pada rah jaavegaa (Sankalp)(1974) Singer-Mukesh”.

Kindly correct please.

I agree with your observation that on many counts we are better off today than the times when this song was written. This is on account of new policies and also technological advances.
If my memory serves me right Ramesh Sehgals movies depicted despondency.

Sorry Mukesh, but P…A…S…S

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