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Arre koi maane ya na maane mere dil ki mehbooba ne

Posted on: April 27, 2019


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, 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.

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#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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#Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 83 # Remembering Feroz Khan#
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Welcome all to this post of today, where, once again, I am taking you back to a song from the Seventies from a movie which is part of ‘nostalgia’ of my growing years.

In this blog we fondly discuss about ‘songs which bring back memories’. Many of my posts would fall into this ‘category’ as I have tried to share them with the memories of my childhood years and growing years thereafter.

During the ‘blog’s ten thousandth song –milestone’ I had written a post here and mentioned about few songs which for me bring back memories of my childhood and /or growing years.
At that time, I had listed many ‘prominent songs’ for me falling in ‘songs that brings back memories’ category. I had also noted that in future I may come with a second list of such songs which I get reminded time to time due to the connected memories of those years and they surface from vague and dormant memories.

Recently when I was going through this ‘first list’ of mine and noting down the songs which are yet to make it to the blog, I noticed that now very few songs from this list of mine are yet to be posted on the blog. One of these songs is the song being covered today.

And the reason for posting this song today is, it is picturised on actor Feroz Khan whom we fondly remember today on his tenth ‘Remembrance Day’.
(This song also has a female version which is picturised on actress Rekha).

Feroz Khan (25 September 1939 – 27 April 2009), born Zulfikar Ali Shah Khan, was born in Bangalore and he also breath his last in the city of Bangalore on 27th April 2009.

He came to Mumbai (Bombay then) and made his debut in Hindi movies with the movie ‘Didi’ in 1960. Initially he got smaller roles or roles in the second lead. After completing almost a decade in the Hindi Film Industry he ventured into production and direction with the movie ‘Apraadh-1972’.

Though I have not watched many of his movies, but whatever movies I had watched of him have left an indelible impression on my mind since my childhood.

And whenever the Hindi movies of the seventies will be discussed Feroz Khan’s name is going to be surely there. Because he has a special place carved for him in the midst of the so many actors of that decade and his ‘aura’ is something that cannot be forgotten by the ‘fans of the seventies’.

I never forgot the movie ‘Khotey Sikkey-1974’ which I must have watched with my elders earlier and later may be on TV. And for me it is this movie which I remembered most associated with his name. I had also shared a song from this movie when I joined this blog as a lyrics contributor.

Then I remember watching ‘Nagin-1976’, ‘Shankar Shambhu-1976’, ‘Sharaafat Chhod Di Maine-1976’, ‘Kabeela-1976’ and ‘Khoon Aur Paani-1981’ which I clearly remember of watching with my brothers and cousins may be in vacations. I think we also watched ‘Kaala Sona-1975’ and ‘Chunaoti-1979-80’ later, but I don’t remember it now.

‘Qurbaani-1980’ was a big hit in those years and all family watched it together.

Later I watched ‘Safar-191’, ‘Aadmi Aur Insaan-1970’ on TV. ‘Dharmatma-1975’ with friends on VCR (during the VCR days).
In between these years, around 1986-87 I watched ‘Aarzoo-1965’ in theatres in its re-re-released in end eighties.

After that I watched ‘Yalgaar-1992’ and ‘Dayaawan-1988’ in parts (on TV).

I watched ‘Apradh-1972’ again in 2008-2009 by buying its VCD because it had one my favourite songs in it i.e. ‘tum miley pyaar se’.

However I am yet watch his ‘Upaasna-1967’ and ‘Mela-1971’ which I think I should watch sometime in the future.

I will not go into more details about him and thus I will come to the today’s song thanking Feroz Khan for all the entertainment and those lovely memories of his movies he has given to us. His ‘cow boy’ image and specially his ‘dialogue deliveries’ riding on a horse 🙂 are his special features that I am always reminded of with his ‘steering eyes’:) (or may be, because of his image in my mind I am thinking that he might have spent more time sitting on the Horse’s back going by nature of roles he played in the majority of the movies) 🙂

Today’s movie ‘Kabeela-1976’ was directed by Bolu Khosla for ‘Khosla Enterprises, Bombay’. It was a ‘costume drama’ movie. Bolu Khosla was also the producer of this movie.

It had Feroz Khan, Rekha, Kamini Kaushal, Imtiaz, Premnath, V. Gopal, Sudhir, Shyam Kumar, Manju Bansal, Dhoomal, Surendranath, Heeralal, Habib, Baby Soniya, Darshan, Sharad Saxena and others. Bindu and Trilok Kapoor make a Special appearance in this movie.

Story of this movie was written by A.K. Agarwal. Screenplay was written by Jayant Dharmadhikari. Akhtar Romani wrote the dialogues of this movie and editing was done by Waman Bhonsle.

This movie had four songs, including one multiple version song (which is being posted today). All its songs were written by Farooque Qaisar and composed to music by Kalyanji-Anandji. Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar, and Mukesh had given their voices to the songs in this movie.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 20.10.1976.

Today I am presenting a song from this movie which since years has been in my memory and it is a ‘catchy’ composition too. This song is in two versions male and female and sung respectively by Kishore Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar.

I could not find a separate video for the female version, but we have audio version for our listening pleasure. The female version is picturised on Rekha and male version is picturised on Feroz Khan and who we can see performing in his ‘dynamic-dashing’:) style on this song.

By the way this song ranked at number twenty-five in the annual list of ‘Binaca Geetmala-1977’.
With this song ‘Kabeela-1976 (or Qabeela-1976’) makes a debut on the blog !!

(I also had the opportunity to introduce ‘Shankar -Shambhu-1976’ on the blog. ‘Naagin-1976’ – I had already shared a song.
And as noted earlier I think this year ‘1976’ had the most impact on my mind relating to songs and movies of that year when I was around 8 years old 🙂 )

Let us enjoy today’s song now.

Male version
Video

Audio

Female version
Audio

Song-Arre koi maane ya na maane mere dil ki mehbooba ne (Kabeela)(1976) Singer-Kishore Kumar/Lata, Lyrics-Farooque Kaiser, MD-Kalyanji Anandji
Female voice
Chorus

Lyrics
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Male version-Kishore Kumar
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Arey koi maane yaa naa maane
Mere dil ki mehbooba ne
Mera tohfaa kiya qubool
Khuda ki qasam
aaj paise vasool
Paise vasool
Khuda ki qasam
aaj paise vasool
Paise vasool

Koi maane yaa naa maane
Meri dil ki mehbooba ne
Mera tohfaa kiya qubool
Khuda ki qasam
aaj paise vasool
Paise vasool
Khuda ki qasam
aaj paise vasool
Paise vasool

Aankhen teri tauba tauba
Aankhen teri tauba tauba
Zulfen allaah allaah aa aa
Zulfen allaah allaah
Chaahe kuchh ho
Thhaam liya hai
Maine tera ye pallaa
Chhodo na
Maine tera ye pallaa
Sab kuchh mera leja
Achchaa
Arey sab kuchh mera le ja
Bas ek nishaani de ja
Pyaar bharaa ye phool
De ae de ae
Ye le
Khuda ki qasam
aaj paise vasool
Paise vasool
Khuda ki qasam
aaj paise vasool
Paise vasool

Vaade kya hain
Qasmein kya hain
Vaade kya hain
Qasmein kya hain
Ye to duniyaa jaane ae
Ye to duniyaa jaane
Tera mera pyaar hai sachchaa
Baaki sab afsaane ae ae
Baaki sab afsaane
Kaahe ka ye sharmaana
Arrey kaahe ka ye sharmaana
Kaahe ka ye ghabraana
Aaj mere sang jhool
Aa …
aa naa
Lo aa gayi
Khuda ki qasam
aaj paise vasool
Paise vasool
Khuda ki qasam
aaj paise vasool
Paise vasool

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(Female version -Singer – Lata Mangeshkar, chorus)
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Koi maane yaa naa maane
Mere zulmi saanwariyaa ne
Mera tohfaa kiya qubool
Khuda ki qasam
aaj paise vasool
Paise vasool
Khuda ki qasam
aaj paise vasool
Paise vasool

Koi maane yaa naa maane
Mere zulmi saanwariyaa ne
Mera tohfaa kiya qubool
Khuda ki qasam
aaj paise vasool
Paise vasool
Khuda ki qasam
aaj paise vasool
Paise vasool

Jaane kab se dekh rahi thhi
Jaane kab se dekh rahi thhi
Main to sapne tere ae
Main to sapne tere
Tujh ko paa ke
Ho gaye poore
Ab ye sapne mere
Tu hi tu meri nazron mein
Tu hi tu meri nazron mein
Pyaar se tu meri zulfon mein
Hans ke sajaa de phool
Sajaa de naa
Khuda ki qasam
aaj paise vasool
Paise vasool
Khuda ki qasam
aaj paise vasool
Paise vasool

Hoti hai to
Ho jaane de
Hoti hai to
Ho jaane de
Donon ki ruswaayi ee ee
Donon ki ee ruswaayi
Aaj nahin to kal baajegi
Angnaa mein shehnaayi
Dil ki duniya laayi main
Dil ki duniya laayi main
Bhool ke sab ko aayi
Tu bhi ye gussaa bhool
Bhool gaye na
Khuda ki qasam
aaj paise vasool
Paise vasool
Khuda ki qasam
aaj paise vasool
Paise vasool
Khuda ki qasam
aaj paise vasool
Paise vasool

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(Lyrics in Devnagri Script provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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Male version
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अरे कोई माने या ना माने
मेरे दिल की महबूबा ने
मेरा तोहफा किया कुबूल
खुदा की क़सम
आज पैसे वसूल
पैसे वसूल
खुदा की क़सम
आज पैसे वसूल
पैसे वसूल
कोई माने या ना माने
मेरे दिल की महबूबा ने
मेरा तोहफा किया कुबूल
खुदा की क़सम
आज पैसे वसूल
पैसे वसूल
खुदा की क़सम
आज पैसे वसूल
पैसे वसूल

आँखें तेरी तौबा तौबा
आँखें तेरी तौबा तौबा
जुल्फें अल्लाह अल्लाह आ
जुल्फें अल्लाह अल्लाह
चाहे कुछ हो
थाम लिया है
मैंने तेरा ये पल्ला आ
छोडो ना
मैंने तेरा ये पल्ला आ
सब कुछ मेरा लेजा
अच्छा
अरे सब कुछ मेरा ले जा
बस एक निशानी दे जा
प्यार भरा ये फूल
दे ए दे ए
ये ले
खुदा की क़सम
आज पैसे वसूल
पैसे वसूल
खुदा की क़सम
आज पैसे वसूल
पैसे वसूल

वादे क्या है
कसमें क्या है
वादे क्या है
कसमें क्या है
ये तो दुनिया जाने ए
ये तो दुनिया जाने ए
तेरा मेरा प्यार है सच्चा
बाकी सब अफ़साने ए ए
बाकी सब अफ़साने
काहे का ये शरमाना
अरे काहे का ये शरमाना
काहे का ये घबराना
आज मेरे संग झूल
आ … आ ना
लो आ गयी
खुदा की क़सम
आज पैसे वसूल
पैसे वसूल
खुदा की क़सम
आज पैसे वसूल
पैसे वसूल

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(महिला स्वर)
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कोई माने या ना माने
मेरे जुल्मी सांवरिया ने
मेरा तोहफा किया कुबूल
खुदा की क़सम
आज पैसे वसूल
पैसे वसूल
खुदा की क़सम
आज पैसे वसूल
पैसे वसूल

कोई माने या ना माने
मेरे जुल्मी सांवरिया ने
मेरा तोहफा किया कुबूल
खुदा की क़सम
आज पैसे वसूल
पैसे वसूल
खुदा की क़सम
आज पैसे वसूल
पैसे वसूल

जाने कब से देख रही थी
जाने कब से देख रही थी
मैं तो सपने तेरे ए
मैं तो सपने तेरे
तुझ को पा के
हो गए पूरे
अब ये सपने मेरे
तू ही तू मेरी नज़रों में
तू ही तू मेरी नज़रों में
प्यार से तू मेरी जुल्फों में
हँस के सजा दे फूल
सजा दे ना
खुदा की क़सम
आज पैसे वसूल
पैसे वसूल
खुदा की क़सम
आज पैसे वसूल
पैसे वसूल

होती है तो
हो जाने दे
होती है तो
हो जाने दे
दोनों की रुसवाई ई ई
दोनों की ई रुसवाई
आज नहीं तो कल बाजेगी
अंगना में शहनाई
दिल की दुनिया लायी मैं
दिल की दुनिया लायी मैं
भूल के सब को आई
तू भी ये गुस्सा भूल
भूल गये ना
खुदा की क़सम
आज पैसे वसूल
पैसे वसूल
खुदा की क़सम
आज पैसे वसूल
पैसे वसूल
खुदा की क़सम
आज पैसे वसूल
पैसे वसूल

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3 Responses to "Arre koi maane ya na maane mere dil ki mehbooba ne"

Oh, I remember this song very well. Remember seeing this movie too – sometime in the 70s. 🙂
Had forgotten all about it – yaadein taaza ho gayin. 🙂

I used to enjoy Feroze Khan movies of the 70s – they were guaranteed entertainment, with a fast-moving, action-packed storyline.

At that time, being in school, I enjoyed such action movies. We didn’t have Avengers type movies at that time na. At least not where I lived. 🙂

I didn’t even realise it is Feroze Khan’s Remembrance Day today. 10 years already. How time flies!

Thanks for this post, Avinashji. Always fun to read your posts. You bring back memories of the 70s. 🙂

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Thank you Avinash Bhai, phir se 70s ki yaad taaza ho gayi! 🙏🏻

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Thank you Avinashji for this post remembering Feroz Khan whose middle name should have been STYLE ICON.
as Rajaji has said your posts are fun to read.
i think the female voice in the male version is Rekha herself.
the other Rekha- Feroz Khan association that i can recollect is “tune kabhi kisise pyar kiya hai” – Dharmatma and “o o o pyar lo, hoooo pyar do, ek toh kum zindagani” – Jaanbaaz.
but most of Feroz Khan’s movies showcased his stylishness perfectly.

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