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Akkad bakkad timbaktu

Posted on: February 12, 2022


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Hullo Atuldom

The title-cards of movies that he was present in always billed him as “And Pran”.

His was the character needed to bring out the hero in Raj-Dilip-Dev, Dharam-Rajendra-Sunil. Shammi Kapoor fooled him in “Kashmir Ki Kali”, “Bluffmaster” etc’ Kishore Kumar made him run after him in “Half Ticket”. He was unhappily-married to the girl Manoj Kumar loved in “Do Badan”.

He was a strict-rich-unbending father to Rishi Kapoor in “Bobby”. A friend to Ashok Kumar in reel and real life, they came together on-screen for the first time in “Afsana” (1951). {I hope this is correct!!! In-house encyclopediaji and other knowledgeable Atulites need to confirm this}.

He was seen along side Ashok Kumar in close to 27 movies till 1987 when Ashok Kumar played Pran’s (Thakur Satyaprakash) trusted driver, Man-Friday etc. in the Prayag Raj directed “Hifazat”. (Hope I am right here, have seen this film a long time back on television).

His association with Manoj Kumar has material for a post on its own, but I feel like mentioning that it was Manoj Kumar who thought that Pransaab (as the industry addressed him) will be able to do justice to the character of Malangbaba in “Upkaar”. The last time Pransaab acted in a Manoj Kumar was “Jai Hind” in 1999.

Additionally Pransaab was instrumental in making characters of Amitabh Bachchan, Jeetendra and various other actors of the 70s and 80s standout in numerous films.

It is very difficult to write a post about this lovable artiste, without touching on the extra touch, that he added to all his characters so that no-two villains looked same or had similar traits. He looked menacing blowing smoke-rings holding his pipe/cigar/cigarette in different styles. The mustache of Raka in ‘Jis desh mein Ganga behte hain” was different from the one he sported in “Ram aur Shyam”. If Helen experimented with her outfits for her dance numbers, Pransaab was known to play around his hair styles. I am sure that the readers will feel that I am a huge fan of this actor who was awarded the “Villain of the Millenium” by Stardust in 2000, the Padma Bhushan by the Government of India in 2001 and the Dadasaheb Phalke award in 2013.

Yes, I loved to see this actor in action. I found him adorable. There is a whole list of songs filmed on this actor and the following are the ones I loved him most in.

Song Movie (Year) Date posted Singer
Daaru ki bottle mein saahab paani bharta hai Majboor (1974) 14 Nov 2008 Kishore Kumar
Aake seekhi lagi Half Ticket (1962) 8 Feb 2009 Kishore Kumar, Pran
Kasme waade pyaar wafa waahe hain waadon ka kya Upkaar (1967) 1 March 2009 Manna Dey
Dil ki umangen hain jawaan Munimjee(194) 27 April 2009 Hemant Kumar, Geeta Dutt, Pran
Raaz ki baat keh doon to jaane mehfi mein phir kya ho Dharma (1973) 21 May 2009 Asha Bhonsle, Rafi
Do bechaare bina sahaare Victoria number 203 (1971) 10 March 2011 Mahendra Kapoor, Kishore Kumar
Yaari hai imaan mera yaar meri zindagi Zanjeer (1973) 12 February 2012 Manna Dey
Mujhse nazren milaane ki jurrat na kar Maan Gaye Ustaad (1981) 26 November 2012 Rafi, Manna Dey
Mera ek sawaal hai sawaal ka jawaab do Maan Gaye Ustaad (1981) 12 February 2018 Rafi, Chandrani Mukherjee, Dilraj Kaur
Aji sunte ho Raja Aur Rana (1983) 12 February 2019 Mahesh Kumar, Kishore Kumar
Shaam suhaani aayi khushiyaan banke pehli baar Zinda Dil (1975) 12 February 2020 Lata, Shailendra Singh, Mahendra Kapoor

The list is not complete, there are more songs where either he is simply standing and smiling benevolently or menacingly (depending on the era of the song). I remember a song from the 90s where he is seen partying on his wedding anniversary with Asha Parekh. Everytime I see this song I think of Pran and Asha Parekh from all those movies of the 60s when he played the spoke in her love-life with the hero of those films:- “Jab Pyaar kisise hota hai”, “Love In Tokyo”, “Do Badan”, and the list is long here too. What more does one expect when a person has a career starting from 1940 and going on till 2007.

Thinking of this actor today on his 102nd birth anniversary with the party song that I mentioned in the previous paragraph. The movie is the 1993 release “Bhagyawan” which had Govinda play the son of Asha Parekh & Pran, with Juhi Chawla, Ranjeet, Aruna Irani, Kirti Kumar (Govinda’s real-life brother), Johnny Lever etc forming the rest of the cast. The movie was a typical family drama. It had songs written by Sameer, M G Hashmat, and Hasrat Jaipuri. Today’s song is sung by Abhijeet. Anand Milind were the music directors of this film.

I take this as the party to celebrate two other occasions- birthday of one Atulite and wedding anniversary of another Atulite (sirf hint hi kaafi hai).
Wishing all the best to both the Atulites.


Song-Akkad bakkad timbaktu (Bhaagyawaan)(1993) Singer-Abhijeet, Lyrics-M G Hashmat, MD-Anand Milind
Pran
Unknown male voice
Chorus
All

Lyrics

akkad bakkad timbak tu
you love me and I love you
akkad bakkad timbak tu
you love me and I love you
aapne mujhko pyaar diya
maine tay kiya
ab to le jaaunga main pakad ke
aise dekho na mujhko akad ke
ab to le jaaunga main pakad ke
aise dekho na mujhko akad ke
akkad bakkad timbak tu
you love me and I love you
akkad bakkad timbak tu
you love me and I love you

bhool nahin paaunga
main aapke ehsaan ko
meethhi meethhi pyaari pyaari
mamta ki zubaan ko
bhool nahin paaunga
main aapke ehsaan ko
meethhi meethhi pyaari pyaari
mamta ki zubaan ko
thhandi thhandi raaton mein jab neend nahin aati thhi
loriyaan suna ke apne aanchal sulaati thhi
zindagi ke raste mein
raushani dikhaati thhi
akkad bakkad timbak tu
you love me and I love you
akkad bakkad timbak tu
you love me and I love you

arre baba
pare baba
papappa
pare baba
arre baba
pare baba
papappa
pare baba

ye maine kuchh nahin kiya beta
ye to sab upar waale ka qasoor hai

jhoothh mat boliye jee
aapka qasoor hai
aaj ke zamaane mein kya
pyaar ka dastoor hai
jhoothh mat boliye jee
aapka qasoor hai
aaj ke zamaane mein kya
pyaar ka dastoor hai
jaane kaise dukhde sah ke
bachche paale jaate hain
bade ho ke badon se wo door kyun ho jaate hain
good bye mummy bye bye papa
kah ke chale jaate hain
akkad bakkad timbak tu
you love me and I love you
akkad bakkad timbak tu
you love me and I love you
aapne mujhko pyaar diya
maine tay kiya
ab to le jaaunga main pakad ke
aise dekho na mujhko akad ke
akkad bakkad
timbak tu
you love me and
I love you/font>
akkad bakkad
timbak tu
you love me and
I love you
akkad bakkad timbak tu
you love me and I love you
akkad bakkad timbak tu
you love me and I love you

4 Responses to "Akkad bakkad timbaktu"

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Nice post Peevesie’s Mom ji.
Our tributes to Pran Saab …!!!
Thanks for the song too, though I think I was listening to it first time. I was not aware of this movie. But like the today’s foot-tapping song.
Thanks and regards,

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Thank you for liking the song and post
Hope u r having a great day

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Nalini Ji, Nice post capturing this great artiste in all his glory. There may not be many who excelled both in negative and sentimental roles, in as many films, like Pran Saheb did.

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