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Gudia Ban Ke Naachoon Saajna Ke Dwaare

Posted on: February 26, 2019


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 other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day : 3875 Post No. : 14897

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2009-19) – Song No. 9
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Great idea this, the ten year challenge series. Works as a great reminder across the years and makes us pay attention to films and songs that have been waiting in the wings for a long time.

Today, I pick that lovely little film from 1965 – ‘Akashdeep’. It had made its debut on our blog ten years ago today – 26th Feb, 2009. Dharmendra was a very fresh face, just about four or five years into his career that year, and Nanda was somewhat senior. Ashok Kumar plays the role of a right thinking but apparently an abrasive mill owner and businessman, with Nimmi in the role of his mute wife. Mehmood plays the younger brother of Ashok Kumar, with Shobha Khote as his wife. Mehmood and his family lives separately from his brother, in relative poverty – he runs a small tea shop. The story of the film is woven around a village community where the mill is major work provider – the story of the workers in conflict with the wealthy capitalists. The film has a socialist message. Ashok Kumar’s intentions are always good, but he is impatient with the people who do not understand his viewpoint. After the conflict, the story comes to a happy ending with Ashok Kumar transforming the factory into a co-operative, giving equal shares to all the workers.

The film has some really memorable songs penned by Majrooh Sb and tuned to wonderful melodies by Chitragupt. We have “Dil Ka Diya Jalaa Ke Gaya”, an enchanting Lata solo played on the gramophone player in the film – the song that introduces Nimmi to Ashok Kumar; then the ecstatic rendition by Rafi Sb – “. . . Mujhe Aap Kis Liye Mil Gaye”, presented on screen by Dharmendra in a soft late evening setting, by the waters of a lake; the lovely duet by Lata and Mahendra Kapoor – “Suniye Jaana. . .” – on screen Dharmendra and Nanda; and the lilting springy Lata solo again – “Miley To Phir Jhuke Nahin. . .” performed by Nanda next to the seashore, late evening setting once again. I list these four songs, for these are the most popular songs of this film and all of them are already showcased here on our blog.

Besides these, there are four more songs in this film. Two of the songs are of the social messaging type, one is a parody song performed as a stage presentation, and the fourth pending song is an all female duet sung by Asha Bhosle and Usha Mangeshkar. As I checked out the online availability, I am surprised to note that this Asha-Usha duet song is not available anywhere. I was curious, for I could not recall having heard this song before. So, pulling it out of my collection, as I played it, I am completely bowled over by the melody construct that Chitragupt has weaved around the words of Mahrooh, and presented it as a twin dance song. Absolutely fresh and lovely presentation, even after more than sixty years.

‘Akashdeep’ is directed by Phani Majumdar – and coincidentally, we have a write up on this talented director published just yesterday by Sadanand ji, with the song “Taaron Se Akhiyaan Milaaun Main”.

So, presenting the fifth song of this film. A very less heard melody, which I am sure you will fancy immediately. Cheers and happy listening.

 

Song – Gudia Ban Ke Naachoon Saajna Ke Dwaare  (Akashdeep) (1965) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Usha Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD – Chitragupt
Asha Bhosle + Usha Mangeshkar

Lyrics

oo oo ooo oo oo
oo oo ooo oo oo

gudia ban ke naachoon
saajna ke dwaare
gudia ban ke naachoon
saajna ke dwaare
pyaar ka kajra
nainwa mein daare
gudia ban ke naachoon
saajna ke dwaare
gudia ban ke naachoon

ban ke daal main to jhool chali
tan mera hai sab phool kali
ban ke daal main to jhool chali
tan mera hai sab phool kali
naujawaani
zindgaani
gaati rahegi pyaar ki kahaani
gudia ban ke naachoon
saajna ke dwaare
gudia ban ke naachoon
saajna ke dwaare
pyaar ka kajra
nainwa mein daare
gudia ban ke naachoon

kal kisi ne yahi baat kahi
zindgaani ik raat sahi
kal kisi ne yahi baat kahi
zindgaani ik raat sahi
raat bhai to
chaand nikla
chanda dooba kho gaye sitaare
gudia ban ke naachoon
saajna ke dwaare
gudia ban ke naachoon
saajna ke dwaare
pyaar ka kajra
nainwa mein daare
gudia ban ke naachoon
saajna ke dwaare
gudia ban ke naachoon
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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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ओ ओ ओs ओ ओ
ओ ओ ओs ओ ओ

गुड़िया बाँके नाचूँ
साजना के द्वारे
गुड़िया बाँके नाचूँ
साजना के द्वारे
प्यार का कजरा
नैनवा में डारे
गुड़िया बाँके नाचूँ
साजना के द्वारे
गुड़िया बाँके नाचूँ

बनके डाल मैं तो झूल चली
तन मेरा है सब फूल कली
बनके डाल मैं तो झूल चली
तन मेरा है सब फूल कली
नौजवानी
ज़िंदगानी
गाती रहेगी प्यार की कहानी
गुड़िया बाँके नाचूँ
साजना के द्वारे
गुड़िया बाँके नाचूँ
साजना के द्वारे
प्यार का कजरा
नैनवा में डारे
गुड़िया बाँके नाचूँ

कल किसी ने यही बात कही
ज़िंदगानी इक रात सही
कल किसी ने यही बात कही
ज़िंदगानी इक रात सही
रात भई तो
चाँद निकला
चंदा डूबा खो गए सितारे
गुड़िया बाँके नाचूँ
साजना के द्वारे
गुड़िया बाँके नाचूँ
साजना के द्वारे
प्यार का कजरा
नैनवा में डारे
गुड़िया बाँके नाचूँ
साजना के द्वारे
गुड़िया बाँके नाचूँ

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1 Response to "Gudia Ban Ke Naachoon Saajna Ke Dwaare"

Many thanks for this post Sir ji !!
I was waiting for the post since I was aware of ‘Akashdeep’ due today. ‘Dil ka diya’ is my favorite since Radio days from childhood. Then when I got the compilation of songs composed by Chitragupt ji two songs (the other one ‘mujhe dard e Dil ka ) was also that cassette.
I had gone through the other remaining songs and liked the one sung by Manna Dey i.e gaya ujala sooraj dooba. Also enjoyed the parody song.
I don’t remember to have listened the today’s song earlier. Thanks for sharing,
Thanks again,

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