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Chori chori aayi gori milne piya dhhadke jiyaa

Posted on: December 25, 2021


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Today’s song is from the film Harihar Bhakti-1956. This was a story from Vishnu Puran. It is also mentioned in Shiv Puran as a story on Banasur. of course the story was adapted to suit the film requirements. When such stories are used for films, naturally there is plenty of room for adaptation and imagination, because every detail is not mentioned in the original story.

The 50’s decade for Hindi films was a Golden period for religious and Mythological films. Ever since the Talkie films started, the maximum and consistently religious films were made in this decade. In the 10 year period 124 religious films were made, which works out to an average of one such film per month for 10 continuous years. I have been watching films since the late 40s, but I too have seen maximum films in this decade only.

I loved seeing religious films. As such ours was a religious minded family. We had constructed a big Shiv temple within the compound of our house. It was open to all people, with a separate entry point. This was possible as it was about 30 feet away from our bungalow on an adjacent plot. Every festival was celebrated and Mahashivratri was a big event. Due to all this ,I became interested in reading Vedas, Purans and other religious books. I am not a religious person in actions. I hardly visit temples or do regular daily pooja at home. But I am a strong believer in my religion and I am convinced that the Hindu religion is the greatest in the world.However, I dont go out and show off my religious opinions. I believe that Religion is a Personal matter and one should limit it to his doorstep only.

Nevertheless, I am pained to see the apathy and ignorance of our religion in the younger generation. The other day, I saw one video in which questions on religion, Ramayan and Mahabharat were asked to college students and to my dismay 99 % of students gave wrong answers or no answers. It is not their fault. Today the lifestyles have become suchthat the parents themselves do not set any example for their children in this matter. Anyway, this is a different issue…..

Initially, I used to like religious films for their trick scenes and miracles. Later on I started observing how the original stories have been twisted, adapted or even changed to suit the cinematic needs. The efforts are to exaggerate in order to impress the audience, no matter if the story gets distorted.

I am sure that very few people today know there are two major sects in religion. They are ” SHAIV”s – those who worship Lord Shiv and the other is “VAISHNAV”s – those who worship Lord Vishnu. Few generations ago, there were no marriages between these two sects. Today, of course people do not even know which sect they belong to.

Film Harihar Bhakti-56 is about this division of sects and how in one case, Shiv ji and Vishnu ji came face to face in case of a Shiv devotee whom Shiv ji had given a Boon and Vishnu ji wanted to kill him for Mankind. HARIHAR BHAKTI-1956 is a story of the age-old feud between the Vaishnaites (Vishnu Bhakt) and the Shaivites (Shiv Bhakts).it tells us that the GOD is one,in different forms.

A Raghuvir chitra niketan film,it was produced and directed by C.Raghuvir.The music was by K.Datta(Datta Korgaonkar) and lyricists were S.P.Kalla,Odak and Agrawal.

BANASUR the king of Rakshasas was a great Shiv bhakta and after a hard tapasya,he gets a boon from Lord Shiva that he will NOT die at the hands of any mortal.Powered with this boon,he starts torturing Vaishnavites and converting them forcibly to Shaivites.
Banasur(Ulhas) has a daughter Usha(Asha Mathur).he wants her to marry only a Shiv Bhakta.Usha,one day sees a young man Anirudha(Vivek) in her dreams and falls in his love.he is grandson of Krishna.Chitralekha(Nayantara),her saheli brings Anirudha-in his sleep-to Usha and they get married.Banasur learns this and fights with Anirudha,throwing Sarp-Astra over him.His grandfather krishna comes to know this thru Naradmuni and he is ready to fight Banasur.Banasur calls for Shiva’s help.

Now Krishna and Shiva are against each other but knowing Krishna as an avatar of Lord Vishnu,Shiva allows him to kill Banasur.
It was a very interesting film with a lot of trick scenes and very melodious music by K.Datta.

The Bombay film industry has seen many talented artistes end their careers and lives sadly. S P Kalla is yet another such example.
TIME is not only a great healer but also a great crusher. Once upon a time, S P Kalla was moving in the Top bracket of the industry, but his TIME changed so much that he had to live all alone and one day end it all by himself !

Sooraj Prakash Kalla or S P Kalla was a resident of Jodhpur, Rajasthan. In the early 50s he was having a nice job in the state Secretariat in Jaipur. He was a good writer of songs. During his service tenure, once he visited Bombay casually and then stayed back here only, leaving the lucrative steady job, to enter the film industry as a lyricist. His first film was ‘Lanka Dahan’-52, in which he wrote all 8 songs. Due to his easy and meaningful Lyrics he started getting film after film. After about 20-25 films, he turned to Film direction and succeeded in this too. Some of the films he directed were, Aastik, Naya kadam, Shyam ki Jogan etc.

He acted in the film kailashpati-62. He directed films-Aastik-56, Shyam ki Jogan-57 and Naya Kadam-58. He wrote 49 songs in 8 films

Having won laurels here he became a Producer and that proved to be his nemesis. He lost everything he had earned. Family life became miserable and all friends deserted him. Finally he separated from his family and went back to Jaipur. There he got two Rajasthani films for direction. Then he got some serials and video films. Some of his serials on TV were ‘ Samay ki Dhara’ and ‘Teesmar khan’,which were popular.

He became an alcohol addict and closeted himself in a small room, where he ended his own life on 20-5-2007.

Today’s song is sung by Mubarak begum, Sulochana kadam and Chonkar. Enjoy the song….


Song- Chori chori aayi Gori milne piya dhadke jiya (Harihar Bhakti)(1956) Singers- Mubarak Begum, Sulochana Kadam , Chonkar, Lyricist- S.P.Kalla, MD- K.Datta

Lyrics

Chori chori aayi Gori milne piya
dhhadke jiyaa
o jee rasiyaa
Chori chori aayi Gori milne piya
dhhadke jiyaa
o jee rasiyaa
hum to aayenge teri galiyaan
kare kyon jiya
dil jo diya pyaar kiya
Chori chori aayi Gori milne piya
dhhadke jiyaa
o jee rasiyaa

laaj maren ye donon ankhiyaan
donon ankhiyaan aan aan
laaj maren ye donon ankhiyaan
kahin na dekh len bairi sakhiyaan
kahin na dekh len bairi sakhiyaan
mil na paayenge
suno jee piyaa
chhodo bainyya
padoon painyyaan
jaao sainyyaan
haule haule man bole suno batiyaan
beete ratiyaan
beete ratiyaan
haule haule man bole suno batiyaan
beete ratiyaan
beete ratiyaan
hum to aayenge teri galiyaan

?? kyon jiya
dil jo diya pyaaar kiya
Chori chori aayi Gori milne piya
dhhadke jiyaa
o jee rasiyaa

ab na chhodenge haathh tera
ab na chhodenge haathh tera
janam janam ka saath mera
saath mera
saath mera
janam janam ka saath mera
saath mera
saath mera
tumhaari yaad mein laage na jiyaa
bolo chhaliyaa
jaadoo kyon kiyaa
?? kyon liya
haule haule man bole suno batiyaan
beete ratiyaan
beete ratiyaan
Chori chori aayi Gori milne piya
dhhadke jiyaa
o jee rasiyaa
hum to aayenge teri galiyaan
?? kyon jiya
dil jo diya
pyaar kiyaa

da dir dir dir
di dir dir dir daani dum
dum dum
daani dum
din tananananana
de re na de re na
na dir dir dir dir
ditum ditum
dim tum
dim tum
dim tum
tananananana
dere de
dere na

Chori chori aayi Gori milne piya
dhhadke jiyaa
o jee rasiyaa
Chori chori aayi Gori milne piya
dhhadke jiyaa
o jee rasiyaa

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