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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 : 3604 Post No. : 14384

Today is the fifteenth remembrance day for Anil Biswas, one of the pioneering music directors of film industry in India. He passed away on 31st May in New Delhi, in the year 2003. With his active years in the film industry (from 1935 to 1965) behind him, he had moved to Delhi by mid 1960s. Thereafter, he worked with the All India Radio in New Delhi, and was also associated with JNU (Jawaharlal Nehru University).

As I am checking his filmography and the list of songs, as per the Geet Kosh, I come across a very interesting statistic. As per Geet Kosh, during his active years in the film industry from 1935 to 1965, he composed music for 82 films, of which three are unreleased films with songs available. The total of songs in these films comes to around 715.

Then I counted his body of work in the first six years of his career in films, i.e. from 1935 to 1940. Amazing to find out that in these first six years he has composed music for 25 films, logging in approximately 220 songs. This works out to be a tad over 30%, both in terms of number of films and total no. of songs composed. So in the first six years of his career (which is 20% of his career), he had already accomplished 30% of all the work that he would do for Hindi films. And now to the sad part of these numbers. Of these 220 songs, more than half i.e. 137 were not even released on gramophone records (as per Geet Kosh listings). Of the remaining shortlisted songs, just about 80 to 85 songs are available in public domain. This last number is as per my knowledge of available songs within the known circle of collectors – this number could be more.

A large part of this work from those six earliest years remains unknown and unheard – a sad commentary on the state of affairs of archiving and preservation efforts in the industry.

In remembrance of this doyen of music directors, I present this rare song today, which has an important distinction. As per the Geet Kosh listings, this most likely the earliest song that he has sung, under his own music direction, that is available. The Geet Kosh lists one earlier solo credited to him as a singer, for the film ‘Dharam Ki Devi’ of 1935, which was probably never released on gramophone record. This song from the 1936 film ‘Piya Ki Jogan’ apparently is his earliest recorded song that is available in public domain. It is a duet in which the accompanying voice is of Sardar Akhtar.

The film ‘Piya Ki Jogan’ was produced under the banner of Golden Eagle Movietone, which, very interestingly, is listed as being based in Sindh. The region of Sindh could mean Karachi, but I am not sure about it. The film was directed by Heeren Bose. The cast of actors is listed as Sardar Akhtar, Pramod Chandra, Krishna Kumari, Merwan Irani, D Manik, Ashalata, Vasu HK, Sheila, Agha Jaan, Bannerjee, Niranjan Singh, Mehar Banu, and Anil Biswas himself. Now this throws up interesting question whether Anil Da is singing for himself on screen. The year is 1936, and the playback mechanism is just beginning to get a foothold in the industry. He could be singing for himself, since he is listed as an actor. Or he could be singing for someone else – being the last name in the listing generally implies a role with less importance. Once again, I cannot be sure.

Another interesting tidbit here. The cast of actors also contains the name Ashalata. This could well be the first film that they worked on together. I request other knowledgeable readers and friends to please comment on this observation.

The lyricist credits are listed as Munshi Zahiruddin, Niranjan Singh, and Meerabai (one of the songs in the film is a bhajan credited to her). The uploader of this song on YT, Shri Shalin Bhatt, identifies Munshi Zahiruddin as the writer of this song.

The song itself does not have too many wordy lines. There are passages of laughter and pauses. The song appears to be an exchange between a lady and a gentleman, having some good time together. I request other knowledgeable readers and friends to kindly add more information about this film and this song, if available.

With this rare and uniquely important song, the blog pays its homage to Anil Da, on this anniversary of his passing away.

[Auth Note: Some translations,
“sahn e baag” = open space, compound containing a garden
“abr e bahaar” = clouds of spring; or clouds of good season
“baadaah e khvaar” = one who drinks liquor]

[Ed Note: The song is uploaded on YT by Shalin Bhatt ji.]

Song – Saaqi Ho, Sahn e Baag Ho  (Piya Ki Jogan) (1936) Singer – Anil Biswas, Sardar Akhtar, Lyrics – Munshi Zahiruddin, MD – Anil Biswas

Lyrics

haa haa haa haa
haa haa haa haa
he he he

saaqi ho
sahn e baag ho
abr e bahaar ho
saaqi ho
sahn e baag ho
abr e bahaar ho
oo ho

pehlu mein tum hamaare
ae sanam
baadah e khvaar
saaqi ho
sahn e baag ho
abr e bahaar ho
saaqi ho
sahn e baag ho
abr e bahaar ho
oo ho

haa haa haa
haa haa haa

bas
itna hi
. . .
aur kuchh
. . .
ab suno

saawan ka ho mahina
din ho jalaa hua
saawan ka ho mahina
din ho jalaa hua
nanhi nanhi boondon ki barsi phuaar ho
nanhi nanhi boondon ki barsi phuaar ho

haa haa haa
haa haa haa
haa haa haa
haa haa haa
haa haa haa
haa haa haa

jhoola padaa hua ho
kisi shah e mahal mein

jhoola padaa hua ho
kisi shah e mahal mein

ik din(?) se khush gul koi gaata malhaar ho
ik din(?) se khush gul koi gaata malhaar ho

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हा हा हा हा
हा हा हा हा
हे हे हे

साक़ी हो
सहन ए बाग हो
अब्र ए बहार हो
साक़ी हो
सहन ए बाग हो
अब्र ए बहार हो
ओ हो

पहलू में तुम हमारे
ए सनम
बाद ए खार हो
साक़ी हो
सहन ए बाग हो
अब्र ए बहार हो
साक़ी हो
सहन ए बाग हो
अब्र ए बहार हो
ओ हो

हा हा हा हा
हा हा हा हा

बस
इतना ही
॰ ॰ ॰
और कुछ
॰ ॰ ॰
अब सुनो

सावन का हो महिना
दिन हो जला हुआ
सावन का हो महिना
दिन हो जला हुआ
नन्ही नन्ही बूंदों की बरसी फुहार हो
नन्ही नन्ही बूंदों की बरसी फुहार हो

हा हा हा हा
हा हा हा हा
हा हा हा हा
हा हा हा हा
हा हा हा हा
हा हा हा हा

झूला पड़ा हुआ हो
किसी शाह ए महल में

झूला पड़ा हुआ हो
किसी शाह ए महल में

इक दिन(?) से खुश गुल कोई गाता मल्हार हो
इक दिन(?) से खुश गुल कोई गाता मल्हार हो

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This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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 : 3604 Post No. : 14383

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 68# Singer – Kishore Kumar
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My personal opinion is that wherever and whatever field we are we should have a purpose and we should contribute to enrich that surroundings we are, for however long or short a period we are there. It was not that I was so ‘intelligent’ since my younger days. The thinking is a result of my experience or you can say ‘mistakes’ 😊 which have taught me a lot and yes ‘age should not be the price one should pay for being experience’ (as Wise people say). But some people like me took years to realize the ‘world around’ and learn only from mistakes 😊

Ok, whatever it is!! Here on this blog ever since I have been associated with, I am trying to do so. And simultaneously I continue to keep adding something. As and when I notice it, I also try to bring to the notice of our ‘editors’ the small or big corrections and or missing links which we need to correct and or re-install. Well, it is a different matter, that since they are much busier and already loaded with lot of requests and mails, sometimes my requests just keep lying in the mail boxes (may be for years or more 😊).

 Few days back when I was browsing through my pending list I noticed the song under discussion today was pending since long. And when I just glance through some statistics of interest, I find that sharing this song with a post is going to serve some purpose.

When I was drafting this post the number of Kishore Kumar solo songs posted on the blog was at 498, so I thought I should push one ahead so that the milestone of 500 is achieved. But, in the meantime, I could not send the post and this milestone was already achieved on the blog. Later I thought maybe I send it for the auspicious ‘501’, but that also was not achieved. However, the ‘bigger reason’ to share this post was still there and posting of this song here today will push this movie- of which the today’s song is from – one step ahead in the ‘Yippeeee land’ as after this song only one song from this movie ‘Kaaran’ will be remaining to be posted on the blog.

‘Kaaran’ is a movie of 1980. Yes, as per HFGK and movie’s Censor Certificate, its movie of 1980 passed by Censor Board on 18.11.1980, maybe it was released in theatres in 1981 which is all possible. (So, this needs to be corrected on the blog and this is yet another purpose of this post).

‘Kaaran’ is directed by BR Ishara for Bhagyalakshami Chitra Mandir Combine, Bombay. It was produced by Gopi Rohra. It had Raj Kiran, Shoma Anand, Master Bittu, Arun Irani, Seema Deo, Ramesh Deo, Ashok Khanna, Sanu Sanyal, Shankar, Pardesi, PM Maniyar, RS Chopda, Shirvastava, Sunder Taneja, Kamal Thakur, Mona Sayeed, Ashish Oza, Soman Randhava, Amit Kumar, Shyam Solanki, Amarchand, and Naveen Nischol in a ‘special appearance’. Satyen Kappu, Dheeraj Kumar, Manhar Desai and Gulshan Arora make a ‘guest appearance’ in this movie. The story is written by Jyoti Swaroop and BR Ishara (spelt as B AAR Ishara in the movie titles 😊). Editing for this movie was done by LD Bhatia.

The movie has three songs – all solo songs sung by male singers viz. Kishore Kumar, Yesudas and Mohd Rafi. Lyrics for all the three songs are penned by Indeewar and music is composed by Usha Khanna. One song sung by Yesudas from this movie has been posted to cover a ‘major milestone’ on the blog i.e. 1000th lyrics Contribution of Prakashchandra ji.

Today we present the second song of this movie, which in the movie is the first song. I came across this song almost more than five years back when I was a ‘newcomer’ on the blog 😊. I have not watched this movie so can’t say much about its story and its performance at the box-office. I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on the movie and its songs.

With a ‘purpose’ and ‘reason’ for this presentation and continuing with the journey of Kishore Kumar’s songs from the ‘decade of seventies’ let us now enjoy this poignant song. . . 

kaaran naa jaane koi…

 

Song – Kaaran Na Jaane Koi (Kaaran) (1980) Singer – Kishore Kumar, Lyrics – Indeewar, MD – Usha Khanna

Lyrics

kaaran na jaane koi
dil royaa aankh na royi
kaaran na jaane koi
toofaan dubotaa
to shikwaa na hotaa

khewaiyya ne naiyaa duboyee ee ee
kaaran na jaane koi
dil royaa aankh na royi
kaaran na jaane koi

apna kaha na mujhko kisi ne
kya main itna paraaya hoon
chalte hain sab mujhse bachke
kya main gunaahon ka saaya hoon
phir na jaagi kismat aisi
maut ki neendiya soyi ee ee
kaaran na jaane koi
dil royaa aankh naa royi
kaaran na jaane koi

patthar ko bhi chot lagey to
aag ugalney lagta hai
jag ko jalaakar dam leta hai
jab dil jalne lagta hai
phool bana hai bahaar ka dushman
baagh bachega na koi ee ee
kaaran na jaane koi
dil royaa aankh na royi
kaaran na jaane koi

aa ha ha ha aa ha
ho ho ho o ho ho o

pyaar jinhen milta hain kisi ka
wo sansaar sajaate hain
thukraaye jaate hain jo
duniyaa mein tabaahee laatein hain
suraj ne bhi andheron mein pal kar
roshni kaise khoi ee ee
kaaran na jaane koi
dil royaa aankh na royi ee
kaaran na jaane koi

ped binaa phal
phool binaa phulwaari adhoori hoti hai
jaagti hai jab mamta mann mein
naari poori hoti hai
mom ke jaisa patthar pighla
dil royaa aankh bhi royi ee ee
kaaran na jaane koi
dil royaa aankh bhi royi
kaaran na jaane koi
kaaran na jaane koi

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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कारण न जाने कोई
दिल रोया आँख ना रोई
कारण न जाने कोई
तूफ़ान डूबोता तो शिकवा न होता
खेवैय्या ने नैय्या डूबोयी ई ई
कारण न जाने कोई
दिल रोया आँख ना रोई
कारण न जाने कोई

अपना कहा ना मुझको किसीने
क्या मैं इतना पराया हूँ
चलते हैं सब मुझसे बचके
क्या मैं गुनाहों का साया हूँ
फिर ना जागी किस्मत ऐसी
मौत कि नींदिया सोयी ई ई
कारण न जाने कोई
दिल रोया आँख ना रोई
कारण न जाने कोई

पत्थर को भी चोट लगे तो
आग उगलने लगता हैं
जग को जलाकर दम लेता हैं
जब दिल जलने लगता हैं
फूल बना है बहार का दुश्मन
बाग़ बचेगा ना कोई ई ई
कारण न जाने कोई
दिल रोया आँख ना रोई
कारण न जाने कोई

आ हा हा हा आ हा
हो हो हो ओ हो हो ओ

प्यार जिन्हें मिलता हैं किसी का
वो संसार सजाते हैं
ठुकराए जाते हैं जो
दुनिया में तबाही लातें हैं
सूरज ने भी अंधेरों में पल कर
रौशनी कैसे खोयी ई ई
कारण न जाने कोई
दिल रोया आँख ना रोई
कारण न जाने कोई

पेड़ बिना फल
फूल बिना फुलवारी अधूरी होती हैं
जागती हैं जब ममता मन में
नारी पूरी होती हैं
मोम के जैसा पत्थर पिघला
दिल रोया आँख भी रोयी ई ई
कारण न जाने कोई
दिल रोया आँख भी रोई
कारण न जाने कोई
कारण न जाने कोई


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 : 3604 Post No. : 14382

Today’s song is from an obscure film from 1941 – ‘Amrit’. The film was produced by Navyug Chitrapat Ltd. It was directed by Master Vinayak. The music was by Dada Chandekar, who was a regular with Master Vinayak, for his Hindi and Marathi films. The cast of the film was Meenakshi Shirodkar, Vinayak, Master Vithal, Lalita Pawar, Baburao Pendharkar, Dada Salvi, Damuanna Malvankar, Vishnupant Jog etc. The cameraman was Pandurang Naik, one of the owners of Navyug, along with Baburao, PK Atre and Vinayak, of course.

Hindi film industry of Bombay was dominated by Gujarati and Marathi people. It was natural, considering that Bombay was located in Maharashtra and close to Gujarat. The Gujarati people had money, so they became producers, financiers, owners and distributors, never interfering with the making of films, but controlled the monetary part. Marathi people had talents in various categories like acting, music, direction, publicity etc. As the industry grew and got talents from every part of India, in due course the number of Marathi people diminished in the industry. During this period, the Marathi film industry was also very strong and the Marathi crowd of Hindi films shifted to Marathi industry.

Till independence, this situation was in place. The Marathi film makers like Master Vinayak, V Shantaram, Bhalji Pendharkar etc made films simultaneously in Marathi and Hindi, from the earliest time of the film making in India. This trend, however, almost stopped completely, after the polarisation in 1947, except for few bilingual films made later, like ‘Chhatrapati Shivaji’ in 1952 and ‘Mahatma’ in 1953 which came in Marathi and Hindi. ‘Mahatma’ was even made in English.

Master Vinayak Karnataki (19-1-1906 to 19-8-1947) was born in Kolhapur. Many of his cousins and family members were already in film line. His half brothers Bhal ji and Baburao Pendharkar, maternal cousin V Shantaram and his brother V Avadhoot (cinematographer) were in films. His own brother Vasudev also became a cameraman. Master Vinayak was working as a teacher in a school, but Bhalji convinced him to join films. Initially Vinayak was with Prabhat, working under Shantaram and learning many things. He started his own company, Hans Pictures, in partnership with Baburao Pendharkar and cameraman Pandurang Naik. Their first film was ‘Chhaaya’ (1936). Almost all films made by Master Vinayak till 1947 were bilingual in Marathi and Hindi, sometimes with different titles, like ‘Ardhaangi’ in Marathi became ‘Ghar Ki Rani’ (1940) in Hindi etc.

While Shantaram stressed on technical aspects of film making successfully, Vinayak was keen on strong story. Therefore he used the works of top class writers in Marathi like VS Khandekar, PK Atre, Mama Varerkar etc. [Auth Note: VS Khandekar later won the Sahitya Academi Award, the Jnanapeeth award, Padma Bhushan award and many more honours like D Litt etc. The Government issued a postage stamp in his honour, after his death.] ‘Chhaaya’ won many awards and was commercially successful. Next came ‘Dharamveer’ (1937) and ‘Premveer’ (also 1937). The heroine in ‘Premveer’ was Ashalata – wife of music director Anil Biswas). Then came ‘Jwaala’ in 1938, with Chandramohan in both versions – Marathi and Hindi. He learnt to speak excellent Marathi for this film. Later he did three more Marathi films. Unfortunately, ‘Jwaala’ was a resounding flop – not because of any reason other than Master Vinayak meddling with the story too much, according to VS Khandekar (this appears to be a chronic ailment of film line !).

Master Vinayak fell back on comedy and made ‘Brahmachari’ in 1938 and ‘Brandi Ki Botal’ in 1939. Both were successful, but the loss due to ‘Jwaala’ was too big. Even one more comedy – ‘Ghar Ki Rani’ (1940) could not salvage the damage. Hans Pictures was dissolved to form another company Navyug Chitrapat, with PK Atre as a partner. Navyug was the first film company to offer 100 rs. shares directly to public. (Bombay Talkies had shares with only the directors, initially). The first film was ‘Lapandav’ (1940). Though it was successful, PK Atre left the company along with its heroine Vanmala – his consort, and established his own company Atre Pictures.

After another comedy, Navyug made ‘Amrit’ in 1941. In 1942, Navyug made the film ‘Pahili Mangalagaur’, in which Lata Mangeshkar made her debut as an actress and singer. She sang her first ever film song with Snehprabha Pradhan, under the baton of Dada Chandekar. There was a kissing scene of Snehprabha and Shahu Modak in this film. During the making of this film, Master Vinayak left Navyug and started his own company Prafull Pictures. He made several Hindi and Marathi films including ‘Badi Maa’ (1945). He died on 19-8-1947, just 4 days after Independence.

The music director of ‘Amrit’ was Dada Chandekar, a regular of Master Vinayak. His real name was Shankar Vishnu Chandekar. He was born on 19-3-1897 at Kolhapur. His father used to do ‘keertan‘ in temples. His younger brother Narhari used to call him as Dada (Bade Bhaiya – elder brother), and subsequently everyone started to call him Dada only. Later his real name was not known to anyone. He was an excellent harmonium player.

He joined Kirloskar Drama Company, where he used to do female roles, as per system in those days. Once Deenanath Mangeshkar’s Harmonium player was absent. Dada was called and then he worked in Deenanath’s Balwant Natak Mandali  for next 20 years. Later he joined Dhamman Khan, MD as his assistant. In 1935 he gave some songs in film ‘Kaliya Mardan’, when Dhamman Khan left midway.

In 1937 Dada Chandekar joined Hans Pictures. He composed the background music for ‘Jwaala’. Pleased by his work, Master Vinayak gave him his first independent film- ‘Bramhachari’ in 1938. All the songs became hits and were popular. Particularly the song by Meenakshi, “Yamuna Bich Khelun Khel, Kanhaiya”. The song was performed on screen by Meenakshi wearing a swimming costume, a very revolutionary idea in that era. The song became popular all over India. People repeatedly saw the film for this song and Meenakshi in swimming dress ! However, Master Vinayak did not get any money from this film, as he had to sell the film, while still in production, at a mesum- mainly because of the new heroine. Actually, it was successful due to her only.

Dada continued with Master Vinayak till 1947. Then he left Hindi films. Till 1964, he gave music to dramas and Marathi films. He also worked in All India Radio, Poona for some time. He died on 27-1-1976. In all, he gave music to 13 Hindi and 25 Marathi films. some of his Hindi films are, ‘Bramhachari’, ‘Brandy Ki Botal’, ‘Jwaala’, ‘Ghar Ki Rani’, ‘Amrit’, ‘Ladaai Ke Baad’, ‘Din Raat’, ‘Main Tera Hoon’, ‘Moti’ and ‘Phool Aur Kaante’.

One of the actors in the film was Damuanna Malvankar (1893 to 1975); incidentally the film shooting was done in his home town Malwan only. He was one of the most famous and popular comedian in Marathi films. He used his natural squint in his comedy. He did about 100 films in all, which also include Hindi films like ‘Andheri Duniya’, ‘Bramhachari’, ‘Brandy Ki Botal’, ‘Sangam’, ‘Ghar Ki Rani’, ‘Mera Haq’, ‘Mera Ladka’, ‘Badi Maa’, ‘Jeevan Yatra’, ‘Subhadra’, ‘Main Tera Hoon’etc. His daughter Bharati (Marathi film actress) is the wife of Lata’s brother Hridaynath Mangeshkar. Baburao Patel of Film India was a great fan of Damuanna Malvankar and wrote very lovingly about him in his magazine.

Then there was actor Vishnupant Jog, who paired with Damuanna in 29 comedy films.

I have not seen this film. Here is the film synopsis from ‘Encyclopedia of Indian Cinema’,

A complicated plot about class differences in a coastal Konkan village. It introduced a typical Khandekar character, the idealistic but dogmatic patriarch who becomes a victim of his own beliefs.

Here it is Bappa (Salvi), who monopolises the village palm trees from which toddy is made. He believes in fairness, not mercy. The story of his urban son Vilas (Master Vithal), his daughter Lata (Meenakshi) and her friend Sadanand (Master Vinayak) is interspersed with that of a drunken shoemaker Krishna (Baburao Pendharkar) and his wife Seeta (Lalita Pawar). Vilas, who covets the shoemaker’s wife Seeta, procures a new hut for them. He then starts having problems with his father and all the parallel stories converge when Vilas accidentally kills Seeta’s daughter.

Bappa, using his political influence, gets her innocent husband arrested instead and Seeta exploiting Vilas’s desire for her, retaliates by making him virtually her slave. Bappa eventually faces up to his moral responsibility in a tale that also warns against the Demon Drink.

The song being presented today, is sung by Meenakshi Shirodkar, Vishnupant Jog and chorus. This is an old style song. The film makes its debut on the blog.

[Author’s Note: Acknowledgements and thanks – The above write up refers to and has adapted material from Encyclopedia of Indian Cinema, Marathi Chitrapat Sangeetkar Kosh, Listener’s Bulletin, IMDB, MuVyz, HFGK, Wikipedia, and my own notes.]


Song – Jaago Jawaano, Jaago Jawaano, Navyug Aaya Re (Amrit) (1941) Singer – Vishnupant Jog, Meenakshi Shirodkar, Lyrics – Pt Indra, Music – Dada Chandekar
Chorus

Lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)

jaago. . .
jaago. . .
jaago jawaano
jaago jawaano
navyug aaya re
navyug aaya re
ey hey. . .

aaya re
aaya re
aaya re
jaago jawaano
jaago jawaano
navyug aaya re
navyug aaya re
ey hey. . .

nav jeevan laaya re
nav jeevan laaya re
laaya re
laaya re
laaya re
jaago jawaano
jaago jawaano
navyug aaya re
navyug aaya re

na koi nanga
na koi bhookha
na koi ooncha neecha
ik paani se
ik khaad se
sab booton ko seencha
amrit baagh lagaaya re
amrit baagh lagaaya re
jaago jawaano
jaago jawaano
navyug aaya re
navyug aaya re

teri daulat hai tu
teri taaqat hai tu
teri himmat hai tu
teri kismat hai tu
tere haathon mein honi jhoome
haan tere haathon mein honi jhoome
tere paanv ko manzil choome
tere paanv ko manzil choome
teri aankhon mein hardam savera
teri aankhon mein hardam savera
savera
savera
savera
savera
savera
savera
tu to suraj se chamki kaaya re
tu to suraj se chamki kaaya

jaago jawaano
jaago jawaano
navyug aaya re
navyug aaya re

———————————————————
Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
———————————————————
जागो॰ ॰ ॰
जागो॰ ॰ ॰
जागो जवानो
जागो जवानो
नवयुग आया रे
नवयुग आया रे
ए हे॰ ॰ ॰

आया रे
आया रे
आया रे
जागो जवानो
जागो जवानो
नवयुग आया रे
नवयुग आया रे
ए हे॰ ॰ ॰

नव जीवन लाया रे
नव जीवन लाया रे
लाया रे
लाया रे
लाया रे
जागो जवानो
जागो जवानो
नवयुग आया रे
नवयुग आया रे

ना कोई नंगा
ना कोई भूखा
ना कोई ऊंचा नीचा
इक पानी से
इक खाद से
सब बूटों को सींचा
अमृत बाग लगाया रे
अमृत बाग लगाया रे
जागो जवानो
जागो जवानो
नवयुग आया रे
नवयुग आया रे

तेरी दौलत है तू
तेरी ताक़त है तू
तेरी हिम्मत है तू
तेरी किस्मत है तू
तेरे हाथों में होनी झूमे
हाँ तेरे हाथों में होनी झूमे
तेरे पाँव को मंज़िल चूमे
तेरे पाँव को मंज़िल चूमे
तेरी आँखों में हरदम सवेरा
तेरी आँखों में हरदम सवेरा
सवेरा
सवेरा
सवेरा
सवेरा
सवेरा
सवेरा
तू तो सूरज से चमकी काया रे
तू तो सूरज से चमकी काया रे

जागो जवानो
जागो जवानो
नवयुग आया रे
नवयुग आया रे


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Blog Day : 3603 Post No. : 14381

“Baghdad Ki Raaten” (1962) was directed by Nanabhai Bhatt for Manoj Production. The movie had Mahipal, Shakila, Bhagwan, Ishwarlal, Ratnamala, Neeru, Leela Mishra etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. One song has been covered in the past.

Here is the second song from blog.”Baghdad Ki Raaten” (1962) to appear in the blog. This rare song is sung by Lata and chorus. Prem Dhawan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Dilip Dholakiya.

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


Song-Duniya teri na duniya meri (Baghdad Ki Raaten)(1962) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Prem Dhawan, MD-Dilip Dholakiya
Chorus

Lyrics

duniya teri na duniya meri
ye duniya ek fasaana
do din mauj udaata ja
duniya teri na duniya meri
ye duniya ek fasaana
do din mauj udaata ja

tujhko khabar ye mujhko khabar
ke sab hai khwaab suhaana
do din mauj udaata ja aa
duniya teri na duniya meri
ye duniya ek fasaana
do din mauj udaata ja

kal kisne dekha hai ae
soch le aaj ki baaten
aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa

kal kisne dekha hai
soch le aaj ki baaten
kal aaye na aaye
phir ye din aur ye raaten
jab tak dam mein dam hai tere
jab tak dam mein dam hai tere
dil dil se takraata ja aa
duniya teri na duniya meri
ye duniya ek fasaana
do din mauj udaata ja

kuchh keh le kuchh sun le ae
ulfat ke afsaane
aa aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa

kuchh keh le kuchh sun le
ulfat ke afsaane
duniyan mein kismat se
milte hain dil deewaane
aankhen daal ke aankh mein tu
aankhen daal ke aankh mein tu
jhoom jhoom ke gaata ja aa
duniya teri na duniya meri
ye duniya ek fasaana
do din mauj udaata ja

tujhko khabar ye mujhko khabar
ke sab hai khwaab suhaana
do din mauj udaata ja aa
duniya teri na duniya meri
ye duniya ek fasaana
do din mauj udaata ja


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Blog Day : 3603 Post No. : 14380

“Dekha Pyaar Tumhaara”(1963) was directed by K Parvez (aka Kalptaru) for Mamta Movies, Bombay. The movie had Naaz, Subi Raj, Bhagwan, Achla Sachdev, Helen, Madan Puri, Sadhna Chaudhry, Shyam etc in it.

THe movie had six songs in it.

One song has been covered and that was five years ago.

Here is the second song from “Dekha Pyaar Tumhaara”(1963) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Raj Ratan.

The song is picturised as a joie de vivre song on Naaz, with Subiraj and Achla Sachdev also visible in the picturisation.


Song-Aayi bahaar mere angna mein aali (Dekha Pyaar Tumhaara)(1963) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Raj Ratan

Lyrics

l’la l’la l’la l’la lallaa lallaa laa
aayi bahaar mere
aayi bahaar mere angna mein aali
doloon main bani phoolon ki daali
o o o o
aayi bahaar mere
aayi bahaar mere angna mein aali
doloon main bani phoolon ki daali

o o o
l’ la laa
l’ la laa
l’ la laa la laa
ho o o
tan se
mann se
rang chhoote
jaise chaand kiran
mukh se phoote
jaise chaand kiran
mukh se phoote
honth ban gaye phoolon ke boote
honth ban gaye phoolon ke boote
zulf ho gayi
ho zulf ho gayi kuchh aur kaali
ho o o o
aayi bahaar mere
aayi bahaar mere angna mein aali
doloon main bani phoolon ki daali

o o o
l’ la laa
l’ la laa
l’ la laa la laa
ho o o o
chham chham
karti
gungunaati
aise jhoom chali
dagmagaati
aise jhum chali
dagmagati
jyon chale koi madhura ki maati
jyon chale koi madhura ki maati
hamse jaaye nahin
o hamse jaaye nahin chunari sambhaali
ho o o o
aayi bahaar mere
aayi bahaar mere angna mein aali
doloon main bani phoolon ki daali

o o o
l’ la laa
l’ la laa
l’ la laa la laa
ho o o
dil ka armaan
dil mein jaga
kya kahoon main jiya
kaa se laga
kya kahoon main jiya
kaa se laaga
paas hai mere sapnon ka raaja
paas hai mere sapnon ka raaja
phir bhi raah takoon
ho phir bhi raah takoon main nainon waali
o o o o
aayi bahaar mere
aayi bahaar mere angna mein aali
doloon main bani phoolon ki daali
ho o o o


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Blog Day : 3603 Post No. : 14379

“Roop Rekha” (1948) was produced by Padam Maheshwari and directed by Samar Guha for Chitrakala Mandir, Bombay. The movie had Veena Kohli and Rehan, in lead roles. The movie also had Asha Posley, Smriti Biswas, Durga Mota, Ajmal, G N Butt etc in it.

The movie had ten songs that were penned by three lyricists and composed by four music directors.

One song from the movie has been covered in the blog. Here is the second song from “Roop Rekha” (1948) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Zeenat Begam. Preetam Jiyaayi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ravi Roy Chowdhury.

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

I have not been able to get a few words right in the lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable.


Song-Hasrat nahin jeene ki (Roop Rekha)(1948) Singer-Zeenat Begam, Lyrics-Preetam Jiyaayi, MD-Ravi Roy Chaudhury

Lyrics

hasrat nahin jeene ki
haan
mushqil nahin mar jaana
mushqil nahin mar jaana
jab dekh chuki aankhen
lut’ta hua kashaanah
lut’ta hua kashaanah
is toote huye dil ki
is toote huye dil ki
dhadkan na koi sun le

kuchh dil pe nazar rakhna
haan aan
kuch waqt ko samjhaana
kuch waqt ko samjhaana
jab dekh chuki aankhen
lut’ta hua kashaanah

jalta hai to jalne de
jalta hai to jalne de
dil se na dhuaan uthe
ye daagh chhupa rakhna
is aag ko pi jaana
is aag ko pi jaana
jab dekh chuki aankhe
lut’ta hua kashaanah

tadbeer banaaye kya
tatbeer banaaye kya
bigdi hui kismat ko
judta nahin hai jode
haan aan
toota hua paimaana
toota hua paimaana
jab dekh chuki aankhen
lut’ta hua kashaanah
lut’ta hua kashaanah


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Blog Day : 3603 Post No. : 14378

“Mahasati Tulsi Vrinda” (1947), a mythological movie, was directed by Ishwarlal for Jayant Desai Productions, Bombay. The movie had Ishwarlal, Ranjana, Umakant, Reva Shankar, Bhagwandas, Sayyad Ahmad, Kantilal, Sukumar, Vidya Devi, Chandabai, Shabnam, Shanta Bai, Shalini, Lalita etc in it.

The movie had ten songs in it. Here is the first song from the movie to appear in the blog.

The details provided in HFGK suggest that this song is sung by Putul Chatterji which appears incorrect. It is clearly a duet song.

Shalin Bhatt, the uploader of this song and a regular visitor of this blog, quotes Mr Girdharilal Vishwakarma for providing the correct information about the artists of the song. According to him, Saraswati Rane and G M Durrani are the singers. Ishwar Chand Kapoor is the lyricist (HFGK mentions Qamar Jalalabadi as the lyricist).

Music is composed by Ram Ganguly.

With this rare song, ‘Mahasati Tulsi Vrinda’ (1947) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Aao aao aao shyaam aao shyaam murali ki taan (Mahasati Tulsi Vrinda (1947) Singer-Saraswati Rane, GM Durrani, Lyrics-Ishwar Chand Kapoor, MD-Ram Ganguly

Lyrics

aao aao aao shyaam
aao shyaam
sao aao aao shyaam
aao shyaam
murali ki taan sunaao shyaam
aao shyaam
murali ki taan sunaao shyaam
aao shyaam

main deewaani deewaane panchhi
main deewaani deewaane panchhi
deewaani mathura deewaani bansi
murli ki ter sunaao shyaam
aao shyaam
murli ki ter sunaao shyaam
aao shyaam
sao aao aao shyaam
aao shyaam

naacho deewaani
naacho o panchhi
naacho deewaani
naacho o panchhi
naache mathura naache ye bansi
naache mathura naache ye bansi
aaj naache tere sang tere shyaam

krishna shyaam
aaj naahe tere sang tere shyaam
krishna shyaam

charnon mein tere hai vishw saara
charnon mein tere hai vishw saara
poora hai brahmaand trilok saara
poora hai brahmaand trilok saara
diyo moksh mere hridaya raam
krishna shyaam
diyo moksh mere hridaya raam
krishna shyaam

aasha mein naacho
niraasha mein naacho
aasha mein naacho
niraasha mein naacho
bhaav sang naacho sakhi
bhakti sang naacho
bhaav sang naacho sakhi
bhakti sang naacho
main naachoonga janm janm tere dhaam

raadhe rhyaam
main naachoonga janm janm tere dhaam
raadhe shyaam
raadhe shyaam
raadhe shyaam
raadhe shyaam


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Blog Day : 3602 Post No. : 14377

“Panna”(1956) was directed by Mohan Sinha for Chitra Bharati, Bombay. The movie had Chandrashekhar, Tiwari, Roopmala, Purnima, Sapru, Maruti etc in it.

There were six songs in the movie. One song from the movie has been covered in the past.

Here is the second song from “Panna”(1956) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Shamshad Begam and Rafi. B D Mishra is the lyricist. Music is composed by S N Tripathi.

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

I have not been able to get a few words right in the lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable.


Song-Pyaar kiye jaana ho pyaar kiye jaana (Panna)(1956) Singer-Shamshad Begam, Rafi, Lyrics-B D Mishra, MD-S N Tripathi

Lyrics

hey chhaila
pyaar kiye jaana
ho pyaar kiye jaana
pyaar kiye jaana
ho pyaar kiye jaana
ye mausam hai suhaana
idhar to zara aana
ye mausam hai suhaana
idhar to zara aana
ho baanke matwaale chhaila
pyaar kiye jaana
ho pyaar kiye jaana
ye bura hai zamaana
padega pachhtaana
ji bhool ke bhi dekho kabhi aankh na ladaana
haan aankh na ladaana

hoy pyaar kiye jaana
hoy pyaar kiye jaana

in aankhon ke ishaare
hote hain bade pyaare
in aankhon ke ishaare
hote hain bade pyaare
ye dhandhe hain tumhaare
jhoothhe saare ke saare
ye dhandhe hain tumhaare
jhoothhe saare ke saare
ye nakhre na dikhaana
na mujhko banaana
main kalyug ka beta hoon
apne baap se sayaana
ho baap se sayaana

pyaar kiye jaana
ho pyaar kiye jaana
arre aankh na ladana
ho aankh na ladaana haan

dil ka sauda niraala
kya jaano isey laala
dil ka sauda niraala
kya jaano isey laala
ye rog jisne paala
nikla uska deewaala
ye rog jisne paala
nikla uska deewaala
is chakkar mein na aana
na lutiyaa dubaana
arre pyaar ki baazi pe kabhi daanv na lagaana
ho daanv na lagana

pyaar kiye jaana
ho pyaar kiye jaana
arre aankh na ladaana
ho aankh na ladaana haan

kar le shaadi albele
tu bhatke kyun akele
kar le shaadi albele
tu bhatke kyun akele
ham gorakh ji ke chele
chhode hain sab jhamele
ham gorakh ji ke chele
chhode hain sab jhamele
akele huaa aana
akele hoga jaana
to ghar ko basa ke maaya jaal kyun bichhaana
ho jaal kyun bichhaana

ye mausam hai suhaana
idhar to zara aana
ho baanke matwaale chhaila
pyaar kiye jaana
haay pyaar kiye jaana
arre aankh na ladaana
ho aankh na ladaana haan


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Blog Day : 3602 Post No. : 14376

“Duniya Gol Hai”(1955) was produced by C Ramchandra and directed by Om Prakash for New Sai Productions, Bombay. This “social” movie had Anita Guha, Karan Dewan, Kuldeep Kaur, Indu Pal, Shyam Lal, Kumud Tripathi, Nisar Khandwi, Som Dutt, Hafiz, Kanwar Kesho, Pal Sharma, Sundar, Om Prakash etc with lots of guest appearances viz.Jairaj, Heeralal, Randheer, Madan Puri, Raj Mehra, Maruti, Johny Walker, Nadira, Shashikala, Shammi, Roopmala, Smriti Biswas, Begam Para etc in it.

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

Here is the fifth song from “Duniya Gol Hai”(1955). This song is sung by Lata. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by C Ramchandra.

Only the audio of this song is available. The voice of Lata was there in every song of the movie (except one song where details of singers are not known). So she may have sung for the leading lady of the movie or for any other ladies in the movie. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.

The song can be described as an archtypical Lata-Rajinder Krishan-C Ramchandra magical composition.

With this song, C Ramchandra completes 500 songs as a music composer in the blog.


Song-Jaane waale na ja de ke dard e jigar (Duniya Gol Hai)(1955) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-C Ramchandra

Lyrics

jaane waale
jaane waale
jaane waale na ja de ke dard-e-jigar
jaane waale
jaane waale na ja de ke dard-e-jigar
jaate jaate idhar dekh le ik nazar
jaane waale
jaane waale na ja de ke dard-e-jigar
jaane waale

bekhabar tujhko meri wafa ki kasam
bekhabar tujhko meri wafa ki kasam
rok le
rok le
rok le
apne badhte kadam
rok le rok le
apne badhte kadam
dil mein armaan jaga ke chala hai kidhar
dil mein armaan jaga ke chala hai kidhar
jaane waale
jaane waale na ja de ke dard-e-jigar
jaane waale

meri hasrat bhari iltiza maan le ae ae ae
meri hasrat bhari iltiza maan le
main kahoon na kahoon haal-e-dil jaan le
main kahu na kahoon haal-e-dil jaan le
laut aa
laut aa ye mera dil hai tera hi ghar
laut aa ye mera dil hai tera hi ghar
jaane waale
jaane waale na ja de ke dard-e-jigar
jaane waale
jaane waale na ja de ke dard-e-jigar
jaate jaate idhar dekh le ik nazar
jaane waale


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Blog Day : 3602 Post No. : 14375

“Sheeshe Ki Deewaar”(1954) was produced by Khwaja Ahmad Abbas and directed by Manmohan Sabir for Manmohan Films, Bombay. This movie had Veena, Pran, Veera, Manmohan Krishn, Shammi, Cuckkoo, Rashid, Shaukat Hashmi, Rajan, Sulochana etc in it.

This movie had six songs in it.

Two songs from the movie have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Sheeshe Ki Deewaar”(1954) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Geeta Dutt, Yashodhara and Shankar Dasgupta. Manmohan Sabir is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shankar Dasgupta.

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


Ae dil e beqaraar tu aur na beqaraar kar (Sheeshe Ki Deewaar)(1954) Singers-Geeta Dutt, Yashodhara , Shankar Dasgupta, Lyrics-Manmohan Sabir, MD-Shankar Dasgupta

Lyrics

ae dil e beqaraar tu aur na beqaraar kar
jo na tumhaare ho sake
unka na intzaar kar
ae dile beqarar tu aur na beqaraar kar
jo na tumhaare ho sake
unka na intezaar kar
ae dil e beqaraar tu

teri bahaare lut gayin
tera nishaan mit gaya
teri bahaaren lut gayin
tera nishan mit gaya
ab dile daag dar ko aur na sogwaar kar
ae dile bekrar tu aur na bekaraar kar
jo na tumhaare ho sake
unka na intezaar kar
ae dile bekraar tu

apna banaa ke chal diye
sab kuchh bhula ke chal diye
chal diye
apna banaa ke chal diye
sab kuchh bhula ke chal diye
chal diye
ae mere naamuraad dil
phir bhi tu unko pyaar kar
ae dil e beqaraar tu aur na beqaraar kar
jo na tumhaare ho sake
unka na intezaar kar
ae dil e beqaraar tu


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