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Kaise hain mizaaj kahiye kaise hain mizaaj

Posted on: November 7, 2021


This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, 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 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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4860 Post No. : 16650

There was a time when the combination of Pyare Lal Santoshi (P L Santoshi), as a director, Rehana as the heroine and C Ramchnadra as a music director was a sure shot of the box office success of the films. This combination gave hit films like ‘Shehnaai’ (1947), ‘Khidki’ (1948) and ‘Sargam’ (1950). But in 1952, this successful combination came to an end when ‘Shin Shinaaki Boobla Boo’ (1952) miserably failed at the box office. Though P L Santoshi remained active in the next about 2 decades, he did not regain the status in Bombay film industry which he had enjoyed in the 1940s.

P L Santoshi had the chequered career in the Hindi film industry. His career interchanged between lyricist, writer, director and producer, sometime all of them together. But his career mainly concentrated as a lyricist with around 650 songs to his credit. He also frequently changed his employment from one film studio to another when the studio system was in vogue.

Jabalpur-born P L Santoshi (07/08/1916 – 07/09/1978) completed his matriculation from Jabalpur and came to Mumbai in 1936. His filmography shows that he started as a lyricist in ‘Vish Vaman’ (1936) for which he wrote all the songs for the music director, Govindrao Tembe. Thereafter, he joined Jaddanbai’s film production company, Sangeet Movietone and wrote a few songs for ‘Moti Ka Haar’ (1937) and ‘Jeewan Sapna’ (1937). In the same year, he shifted to Ranjit Movietone and wrote lyrics for 18 films between 1937 and 1940.

In 1941, P L Santoshi joined Bombay Talkies as dialogue writer/lyricist for ‘Anjaan’ (1941), ‘Jhoola’ (1941), ‘Basant’ (1942). ‘Kismet’ (1943) and ‘Milan’ (1946). In 1946, he got an opportunity to direct his first film, ‘Hum Ek Hain’ (1946) under the banner of Prabhat Film Company in which Dev Anand made his debut as an actor and Rehana got her first lead role. The film did not fare well on the box office front.

Fortunately for P L Santoshi, Filmistan entrusted him with the directions of ‘Shehnaai’ (1947) and ‘Sargam’ (1950) for which he wrote story and dialogues besides writing songs. These two films became the box office hits. Buoyed by the success as a director, P L Santoshi floated his own film production banner, Santoshi Productions with its maiden film, ‘Shin Shinaki Boobla Boo’ (1952). And with this film, his fortune in the film industry reversed to such an extent that he could never recover to his past glory as a writer, lyricist and a director.

‘Shin Shinaki Boobla Boo’ (1952) was a fantasy film in which P L Santoshi’s favourite heroine, Rehana teamed up with Ranjan. The other actors were, Sadhana Bose, Veera, Mumtaz Ali, Indu Paul, Radhakrishan, Baby Tabbasum, Tiwari etc. The film’s story was written by Ramanand Sagar. The film was passed by Censor Board for the universal exhibition. However, the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting banned the release of the film on the ground of low moral tone, glorifying the criminal characters, treating the sacred objectives irrelevantly which are against the interest of the public decency and morality.

Although the ban was lifted probably through the intervention of the court, the film did not garner sufficient support from the cinegoers to make it a box office hit film. With this, P L Santoshi did not venture into the film production during rest of his career. His muse, Rehana suffered her career setback as a lead actor forcing her to ultimately migrate to Pakistan in 1956.

After the debacle of ‘Shin Shinaaki Boobla Boo’ (1952), P L Santoshi’s career went on a roller-coaster ride. His career as a lyricist virtually ended by the end of 1960s. Most of the films directed by him in second half of 1950s did not fare well on the box office front. The box office success of ‘Barsaat Ki Raat’ (1960) did not help him to revive his career as a director. His subsequent films, ‘Opera House’ (1961), ‘Pyaar Ki Daastan’ (1961), ‘Dil Hi To Hai’ (1963), ‘Holiday In Bombay’ (1963) and ‘Qawwali Ki Raat’ (1964) could not give fillip to his career as a director. He directed his last released film, ‘Roop Rupaiya’ (1968) after which he concentrated mainly on screenplay and dialogue writing until his death in 1978.

‘Shin Shinaaki Boobla Boo’ (1952) had 7 songs. All songs were written by P L Santoshi which were set to music by C Ramchandra. Six songs have been covered on the Blog, details of which are as under:

Songs Date of Posting Singers
Tum kyaa jaano tumhaari yaad me ham kitna roye 01/08/2009 Lata Mangeshkar
Ye khilti kali koi le 07/02/2013 Lata-Chitalkar
Shin Shinaaki Boobla Boo 17/12/2014 Chitalkar – Lata
Kuchh chuhalen hon kuchh charche hon 14/03/2016 Kishore Kumar – Lata
Arre baabaa…ye hansi baabaa…ye khushi baabaa 19/07/2017 Lata – Chitalkar
Sai re Sai re ghar ghar mein ik chor sai 01/08/2019 Lata Mangeshkar

I am presenting the 7th and the last song from the film, kaise hai mizaaj kahiye’ rendered by Lata Mangeshkar.

With this song, all the songs from the film ‘Shin Shinaaki Boobla Boo’ (1952) have been covered on the Blog.

Audio Clip:

Song-Kaise hain mizaaj kahiye kaise hain mizaaj (Shin Shinaaki Bubbla Boo)(1952) MD-Lata, Lyrics-P L Santoshi, MD-C Ramchandra

Lyrics

ho o o
bade soorma ban ke nikle thhe ghar se
ke bijli gira denge guzren jidhar se
o o o na shekhi rahi wo na daawa raha wo
arre uljhe pade hain
kisi ki nazar pe
kahiye

kaise hain mizaaj kahiye
kaise hain mizaaj
kaise hain mizaaj kahiye
kaise hain mizaaj
bade khushnaseeb ham hain
aap aaye aaj
jo aap aaye aaj
kaise hain mizaaj kahiye
kaise hain mizaaj
bade khushnaseeb ham hain
aap aaye aaj
jo aap aaye aaj

ye aap hi kaa ghar hai
ghabaraahiye nahin
aeji ghabaraahiye nahin
sharm buri cheez hai
sharmaahiye nahin
aeji sharmaahiye nahin
le leejiye jo chaahiye
aap hi kaa raaj
le leejiye jo chaahiye
aap hi kaa raaj
bade khushnaseeb ham hain
aap aaye aaj
jo aap aaye aaj
kaise hain mizaaj kahiye
kaise hain mizaaj
bade khushnaseeb ham hain
aap aaye aaj
jo aap aaye aaj

khaatir karoon kya aap ki
batlaahiye huzoor
aeji batlaahiye huzoor
main to paas aap ke
hain aap mujhse door
hain aap mujhse door
main aap ki iss bedili kaa
kya karoon ilaaj
main aap ki iss bedili kaa
kya karoon ilaaj
bade khushnaseeb ham hain
aap aaye aaj
jo aap aaye aaj
kaise hain mizaaj kahiye
kaise hain mizaaj
bade khushnaseeb ham hain
aap aaye aaj
jo aap aaye aaj

1 Response to "Kaise hain mizaaj kahiye kaise hain mizaaj"

@Kamath Sir, thanks for this post and information about P.L. Santoshi and his various associations and their success and failures. Thanks for the information about the movie ‘Shin Shinaaki Boonla Boo-1952’.

@Kamath Sir @Deshmukh Sir @Atul ji – Congratulations on covering all songs of ‘Shin Shinaaki Boobla Boo-1952’ and its joining to the ‘list of movies -All songs covered’ 🙂

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