Atul’s Song A Day- A choice collection of Hindi Film & Non-Film Songs

Archive for December 2022


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.

This is the 17300th post on this blog.

Blog Day :

5279 Post No. : 17300

What is going on today? I am sure this question is worrying the minds of quite a few if not many or all regulars of this blog. Atul ji seems to be in a big hurry today. Seven posts already since his first good morning call at 5 am. Aha, so getting to the century number it seems. Yeah, ok, that’s it, he wants to complete the century, and make the century post today. But why? What is the tearing need? Is there a birthday not known to anybody? Is it a special day for someone on the bandwagon or in the industry? The anniversary page has no listing for today. ये क्या हो रहा है? क्या चल रहा है?

So yes, a mystery has been created by today’s blog activism. Already 7 songs on the board, and of course, the century strike is still to come. Well, here now. 😀

Ok so let me reveal the story in the background. This mystery scramble started less than 24 hours ago. About 5 days back, Atul ji and I exchanged some messages and decided that this century milestone will be an Asha Bhosle special. Some very interesting numbers are co-inciding. So we agreed to search and locate some special and rare song for this event. It took me about day to zero in on the song. I told Atul ji about it, and he agreed. So we planned to make the century post with this song.

So far, we were not in a scramble. Taking it easy, one or two posts a day, maybe get to the century milestone by 5th Jan or so. That suddenly changed last evening. Around 6.40, I got a message from Atul ji. He asked me whether we can make the century post tomorrow, i.e. today, 31st December. And he also shared the reason. As soon as I heard that, I was excited too. We agreed for the scramble, and the scramble happened.

Okay, okay – sorry for the long prelude. I will explain. First, the Asha Bhosle angle. We are coinciding two century milestones for her with this post. I wonder if the regulars have noticed that we have not be posting any Asha Bhosle songs for the past few days. Well, the reason is that Asha ji is at 2999th song on this blog, before this one. So this becomes her 3000th song being showcased here.

Ah, but wait, there is more. Asha ji is also at 1499th solo song with us. So this is now her 1500th solo on the blog. That makes today’s post a dual century milestone for her.

Before her, the two stalwart singers who have crossed these milestones are of course Lata ji and Rafi Sb.  Lata ji is currently at 3829 songs overall, and 2479 solos. Rafi sb is at the second place with 3222 songs overall and 1511 solos.

Now coming to the date, and the reason for the scramble. This is a piece of co-incidental information that Atul ji dug out yesterday. Most likely he was looking at the ten year challenge data for the BTYC 2022 series. So all it takes to guess this angle is to look at the songs posted ten years ago on 31st December 1912. The last song of that day, the New Year’s Eve of 2012, was the 7300th song on the blog. And so now, I am sure the numbers will fall in place in the minds.

Exactly ten years ago, were exactly ten thousand songs before this post. Ten years – ten thousand songs, that is a very telling achievement. Just for comparison, let’s see what came before that. From 19th July, 2008 to 31st December 2012, it is a few days less than 4 and a half years. In that period, we clocked 7300 posts. OK, so the comparison is nowhere balanced. The first 4.5 years come at an average of 1622 songs per year. And the next ten years come at an average if 1000 songs per year. That is quite a difference, which portrays the drop in the pace of posting over the years.

But in my mind, there is another very crucial observation to be made. Just in the fact of sustenance. In the known world of online blogging and entertainment and music, our blog most likely stands out as being the most consistent, the most sustained and the most continuing presence online – among the blogs that are run and managed by an individual or a small group. Yes there are other blogs that continue to thrive and continue to be regular, but they are mostly with corporate or external support and sponsorship. I am sure we all are aware of many blogs related to Indian Cinema and Hindi film songs, that we have visited over the years, but then with time, majority of them have lost steam, or slowed down. There is definitely a fatigue factor associated with this activity too. Sustaining the effort to continue is a big factor. And then, to ensure this sustenance on a day to day basis – I am confident to claim that our blog is without a peer across the wide internet.

So that is the story behind the eight posts that have been pulled together at a scramble within less than 24 hours.

Another coincidence I would like to mention here. Asha ji also figures in the 7300th post ten years ago. The song in that post is “Mohabbat Ka Haath Jawaani Ka Palla” from the 1958 film ‘Howrah Bridge’. The song is a duet by Rafi Sb and Asha ji. As noted in that post, that was the 300th duet song of this pair. Before this we were not noting and announcing century milestones for duet songs. It started with the post 7300.

And so, Asha ji then a centurion, and today too, Asha ji is a centurion.

Coming to the song in this post today. When Atul ji had sent me a query about some very special song of Asha ji for this milestone post, my mind went to this song, and for some very good reasons.

The song itself is very obscure and a rare discovery. As are many of the creations of the music director Sajjad Husain. Yes, the music for today’s song is from the mind of this genius music director, who was not given his due by the industry. The reasons can be discussed and debated, but the quality and the composition of his music cannot be. Par excellence is what comes to mind when we talk of this maverick music director.

The film is ‘Mera Shikar’ from 1973. After his 1963 venture with ‘Rustom Sohrab’, he was lost in the mists of forgotten anonymity for all of ten years. Then we see his name in this obscure and less heard of film that comes in 1973. An then it also disappears without a splash. Other than the fact that it is recorded in the Censor Board registers, and on account of that, it also appears in the Geet Kosh, no one had heard of or mentioned this film for many decades. With the coming of the internet, as access to many obscure things became easier, the aficionados started searching for lost and obscure songs of lesser heard music directors and singers and lyricists.

The difficulty with this film is that a. no gramophone records at all were made and b. the film itself is not available.

The songs of this film were presumed lost for a long time. And then they were discovered. On a spool tape. So now at least the songs are available, albeit it has been a difficult and anonymous journey.

A total of three songs are listed and identified for this film. One of the songs, in the voice of Rafi Sb, is already showcased on our blog – “Teri Mehfil Mein Aaye Hain”. This song was posted more than eleven years ago on 17th June, 2011.  The other two songs have not become available online, although they have been with private collectors for some time now. I first got these songs from my dear friend Girdhari Lal ji of Jodhpur. Then later, these songs also came to me once again thru another dear friend, Zafar Shah of Delhi. When the discussion for this post started, and my mind came to this song, I checked with Zafar Bhai, and he indicated that this song is already uploaded by him on his YouTube channel about six months ago. And so we have this song now available, to be played today as the 3000th song and 1500th solo song of Asha ji.

A vintage Sajjad creation, this song has such an endearing and yet intriguing melody. The verse lines are short and Sajjad Sb has knitted them into his music very beautifully. When we agreed to do this song for this post, I have since then heard this song repeatedly tens of times. And I am not getting tired of listening to it again and again. The rhythm and the arrangements are simply enchanting.

And then of course, the rendition by Asha ji. All I can say is – just listen to the song. And I think you will be bowled over, as I am.

The lyricist – Shakeel Nomani (or Numani) is once again a lesser known personality in the film world. He was a writer and wrote in newspapers and magazines in Urdu, Hindi and English. His name appears as the songwriter in a few films in 1950s and 60s. He wrote all the songs for four films – ‘Panchaayat’ (1958), ‘State Express’ (1961), ‘Daku Maan Singh’ (1971) and ‘Mera Shikar’ (1973). In addition he has written songs in ones and twos for the following films – ‘Sair e Paristan’(1958), ‘Lady Robinhood’ (1959), ‘Dil Bhi Tera Hum Bhi Tere’ (1960), ‘Tu Nahin Aur Sahi’ (1960), ‘Flight To Assam’ (1961), ‘Reporter Raju’ (1962), and ‘Magic Carpet’ (1964). Besides writing songs, he has also appeared as an actor in about 20 films. Our blog carries 16 songs already of this lesser known writer.

Shifting gears again – it is the closing hours of the year 2022. Tomorrow will be a new day and the beginning of a New Year. For some time now, I have wondered occasionally, what does a New Year mean. As the day dawns and the sun rises, it will be a day no different than today, or any other day that we have lived through. And when we talk of New Year, there are so many occasions during the 12 months that New Year is celebrated by different societies, different groups of people on different dates. Any way, apologies, I will not continue with my tangential musings.

It is a block time of 12 months that get a new number tomorrow. Different thoughts and different people will associate different expectations and measures and resolutions and plans with this next block of 12 months. And so, wishing all good luck and happiness with all their expectations and plans in the coming year. Also wishing good health to everybody, and a contented peace of mind to go along with it.

Let’s bring on 2023.

Listen to the mesmerizing sounds of the mandolin play, as only one master of mandolin could play. That is Sajjad Husain. Listen to lilting rendition by Asha ji, as she tells about expectations and desires that rise in the mind when one is in love with another. . .

teri chaahat mein jeeyen
teri hasrat mein maren
hai ye armaan. . .

Listen to this wonderful creation – and wonder sometimes, why was this master musician always relegated to the sidelines.

Amen.

Song – Teri Chaahat Mein Jiyen, Teri Hasrat Mein Maren  (Mera Shikar) (1973) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Shakeel Numani, MD – Sajjad Husain

Lyrics

haan . . .

ho o o
teri chaahat mein jiyen
teri hasrat mein maren
hai ye armaan
o meri jaan
o meri ja..aan

oo oo
teri chaahat mein jiyen
teri hasrat mein maren
hai ye armaan
o meri jaan
o meri ja..aan

saaqiya jaam badha
saaqiya jaam badha
hum bhi hain tere deewaane. . .
lab pe hain tere afsaane. . .
hum bhi hain tere deewaane. . .
lab pe hain tere afsaane. . .
ho oo oo
justju teri rahe
aarzoo teri rahe
hai ye armaan
o meri jaan
o meri ja..aan

jaaneman dekh zara
jaaneman dekh zara
toote na dil ka paimaana. . .
tujhse hai rang e maikhaana. . .
toote na dil ka paimaana. . .
tujhse hai rang e maikhaana. . .
oo oo oo
yun na kar hum pe sitam
teri ulfat ki kasam
hai ye armaan
o meri jaan
o meri ja..aan

dil ne di aisi sada
aa aa aa
dil ne di aisi sada
aa aa aa
aayegi manzil aayegi
laayegi khushiyaan laayegi
aayegi manzil aayegi
laayegi khushiyaan laayegi
ho oo oo
saamna ho to kahen
teri nazron se piyen
hai ye armaan
o meri jaan
o meri ja..aan

oo oo oo
teri chaahat mein jiyen
teri hasrat mein maren
hai ye armaan
aa aa aa
o meri jaan
aa aa aa
o meri ja..aan

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir Kapur)
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हाँ॰ ॰ ॰

हो ओ ओ
तेरी चाहत में जिएं
तेरी हसरत में मरें
है ये अरमां
ओ मेरी जां
ओ मेरी जां॰ ॰ ॰

ओ ओ
तेरी चाहत में जिएं
तेरी हसरत में मरें
है ये अरमां
ओ मेरी जां
ओ मेरी जां॰ ॰ ॰

साक़िया जाम बढ़ा
साक़िया जाम बढ़ा
हम भी हैं तेरे दीवाने॰ ॰ ॰
लब पे हैं तेरे अफसाने॰ ॰ ॰
हम भी हैं तेरे दीवाने॰ ॰ ॰
लब पे हैं तेरे अफसाने॰ ॰ ॰
हो ओ ओ
जुस्तजू तेरी रहे
आरज़ू तेरी रहे
है ये अरमां
ओ मेरी जां
ओ मेरी जां॰ ॰ ॰

जानेमन देख ज़रा
जानेमन देख ज़रा
टूटे ना दिल का पैमाना॰ ॰ ॰
तुझसे है रंग ए मयखाना॰ ॰ ॰
टूटे ना दिल का पैमाना॰ ॰ ॰
तुझसे है रंग ए मयखाना॰ ॰ ॰
ओ ओ ओ
यूं ना कर हम पे सितम
तेरी उल्फ़त की क़सम
है ये अरमां
ओ मेरी जां
ओ मेरी जां॰ ॰ ॰

दिल ने दी ऐसी सदा
आ आ आ
दिल ने दी ऐसी सदा
आ आ आ
आएगी मंज़िल आएगी॰ ॰ ॰
लाएगी खुशियाँ लाएगी॰ ॰ ॰
आएगी मंज़िल आएगी॰ ॰ ॰
लाएगी खुशियाँ लाएगी॰ ॰ ॰
हो ओ ओ
सामना हो तो कहें
तेरी नज़रों से पिएं
है ये अरमां
ओ मेरी जां
ओ मेरी जां॰ ॰ ॰

ओ ओ ओ
तेरी चाहत में जिएं
तेरी हसरत में मरें
है ये अरमां
आ आ आ
ओ मेरी जां
आ आ आ
ओ मेरी जां॰ ॰ ॰


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.

Blog Day :

5279 Post No. : 17299 Movie Count :

4655

‘Cinema’ remains the biggest entertainer for common man in our country. We tend to forget our daily life at least for those three hours when we are watching the movie. Movies are discussed a lot even now and actors and actresses are ‘stars’ (if not ‘super stars’ 😊) .
Music and particularly ‘film music’ is our best friend, companion, motivator and much more…

We are ‘music lovers’ and ‘movie-goers’!!! We love Hindi movies and Hindi Film Music and non-film music too!!!

Regulars on the blog are aware how much I love watching the movies in the theatres. This year ‘2022’ was much better than the last year ‘2021’ in terms of ‘watching movies in the theatres’ for me. In addition to that I watched some movies on OTT platform too. 😊

For me it was like going back into those days when I was studying in 11-12th Standard at Akola and used to watch movies regularly.

This year ‘2022’ saw as many as 106 Hindi films released in theatres and on OTT platform.

Here are the tentative figures (as compiled from the details available on ‘Wikipedia’. But I have doubt for the number of movies mentioned for the month of January’2022.)

SNo Month No of Movies Released
1 January 2
2 February 6
3 March 7
4 April 9
5 May 8
6 June 8
7 July 11
8 August 7
9 September 15
10 October 8
11 November 11
12 December 14
TOTAL 106

I will not go into the details of the names of the movies and discussing which were successful and unsuccessful among them neither will I try to review them here. But I would only like to mention the movies I watched this year and how I find them.

Readers will remember that we end the year ‘2021’ on a ‘happy note’ where I watched the movie ‘83’ two times on consecutive Fridays of its release.
Two songs from this movie ‘83’ were also discussed on the blog then.

I started this year by watching ‘Gumnaami’ (Bangla) on OTT. That was in January 2022. Thereafter it was all preparation started for the marriage of my elder daughter which was scheduled in March 2022. So, though I wish to watch few movies during this period it did not happen.

It was only in the month of May 2022 that we again started watching movies in the theatres with ‘Bhool Bhulaiyya-2’. Then followed ‘Jugg Jugg Jeeyo’, ‘Bramhaastra’, ‘Chup’, ‘Goodbye’, ‘The Last Film Show’ (Chhello Divas), ‘Ram Setu’, ‘Drishyam-2’ and some movies on OTT like ‘RRR’, ‘Cuttputlli’, ‘Freddy’, ‘Drishyam-1’, and one Japanese (😊) movie) (I am forgetting its name) which my younger daughter was watching.

I had earlier mentioned that I get to listen songs on FM radio every morning while travelling to workplace. In this time the first program I listen to is ‘Ham hai Raahi Pyaar ke’ on ‘Vividh Bharati’ which mainly consists of ‘older songs’ and thereafter it is ‘Big FM’ for two-three songs which they play from the ‘seventies’ and again back to ‘Vividh Bharati’ for ‘Bharat Ki Goonj’ which starts at 08:05 in the morning. In this program they play songs from newer movies or latest movies and movies from recent years.

Today’s song is one such song which I like and I am presenting to you today. This song is from the movie ‘Mili-2022’.

I think this title ‘Mili’ is not used as frequently, and we have this title used after the ‘1975’ movie ‘Mili’ again only now.
Today’s song is sung by A.R. Rehman and Shashaa Tirupati.

‘Mili-2022’ is directed by Mathukutty Xavier for ‘Zee Studios’.

It had Janhvi Kapoor, Sunny Kaushal, Manoj Pahwa, Seema Pahwa, Jackie Shroff (special appearance), Hasleen Kaur, Rajesh Jais, Vikram Kochhar, Anurag Arora, Sanjay Suri, Joginder Goyat, Raghav Binani and others.

This movie has five songs (including one two-part song of today). Music for this movie is composed by A.R. Rehman and lyrics are by Javed Akhtar.

I have yet to watch this movie. But I like the today’s song from this movie.

This song is a background song and in the picturization we can see Janhvi Kapoor, Sunny Kaushal, Manoj Pahwa, and others on the screen.

Lyrics are by Javed Akhtar and music is composed by A.R. Rehman.

The ‘genre’ of the today’s song is my favorite one and I like such songs very much. Because it is about our journey … we are all travelers… we have to complete our journey…

PS: I was preparing this write-up I got a email from my employers that my contract has expired today and it is not being renewed for now 😊 So I have got the much needed break now …No issues … music is there with me …

Audio

Video

Song-Tum bhi raahi hum bhi raahi (Mili)(2022) Singers-A R Rahman, Shashaa Tirupati, Lyrics-Javed Akhtar, MD-A R Rahman

Lyrics

tum bhi raahi ee
ham bhi raahi ee
tum bhi raahi ee
ham bhi raahi ee
ham tum bas chalte chalen ae
ham tum bas chalte ae chalen ae
hmm hmm
hmm hmm
hmm hmm
hmm hmm mm mm mm
hmm hmm

tum bhi raahi ee
ham bhi raahi ee
tum bhi raahi ee
ham bhi raahi ee
ham tum bas chalte chalen ae
ham tum bas chalte ae chalen ae
jitney bhi hain raste
denge hazaaron mushqilen
jitney bhi hain raste
denge hazaaron mushqilen
ab jo bhi ho
ab jo bhi ho
ham tum bas chalte chalen ae
in raaston mein dooriyaan
majbooriyaan hain
sang sang dard ke saaye hain
chalte ae
par jo kahen ham haarenge
wo galat hain
haaregi har ek tabaahi
tum bhi raahi ee
ham bhi raahi ee
ham tum bas chalte chalen ae
(hmm mmm aa aaa
hmm mmm aa aaa )
(aa aa aaa
aa aa aaa )
ham tum bas chalte ae chaley ae

Deewaar aaye to laut jaao
Aisi na bhool karna aa
Deewaaron se takraate rehnaa aa
Deewaar aaye to laut jaao
Aisi na bhool karna aa
Deewaaron mein darwaaze ban jaate hain
Samjhe naa aa
tum bhi raahi ee
ham bhi raahi ee
tum bhi raahi ee
ham bhi raahi ee
ham tum bas chalten chalen ae

ho o o
ho o o
tum dariyaa ho
tumhen koi parwat rok nahin paaye
tum apni hi mauj mein
bahnaa aa
tum dariyaa ho
tumhen koi parwat rok nahin paaye
paani se to patthhar bhi
kat jaate hain
samjhe naa
tum bhi raahi ee
ham bhi raahi ee
tum bhi raahi ee
ham bhi raahi ee
ham tum bas chalte chalen ae
ham tum bas chalte ae chalen ae

hmm mm hmm
hmm mm hmm
hmm mm hmm
hmm mm hmm


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Blog Day :

5279 Post No. : 17298

“Meera”(1979) was produced by Premji and directed by Gulzar for Suchitra International. The movie had Hema Malini, Vinod Khanna, Sriram lagoo, Bharat Bhushan, Om shivpuri, Shammi Kapoor, Vidya Sinha, Sudha Chopra, A.K.Hangal, Bharat Bhushan, Dinesh Thakur, Amjad Khan etc in it.

“Meera”(1979) had 14 songs in it. 4 songs have been covered in the blog so far.

Here is the fifth song from the movie to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Vani Jairam. Meerabai is creited as the lyricist. Music is composed by Pt Ravishankar.

The song is picturised on Hema Malini who plays the title role in the movie.

Lyrics and other details of the song were sent to me by Prakashchandra. He informs that the video is longer than the audio link, but that is ecause it contains snippets of another song (Main baadal dekh daree) in addition to the song under discussion.

Video

audio

Song-Pyaare darshan deejo aay (Meera)(1979) Singer-Vani Jairam, Lyrics-Meera Bai, MD-Pt Ravishankar

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

pyaare aey ae
darshan deejo..ooo aay
tum bin rahyo..oo na
jaaye ae ae
pyaare ae aey ae
darshan deejo..ooo aay

jal bin kamal
chand bin..nn rajnee eee
aisey tum
deekhyaa bin sajnee
aakul vyaakul phiroon…oon
rain din
viraha kalejaa khaaye ae
pyaarey ae ae
darshan deejo aay


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Blog Day :

5279 Post No. : 17297

“Birju Ustaad”(1964) was produced by Sheikh Mukhtaar and directed by Manmohan Desai for Movie Miracle`s Bombay. The movie had Sheikh Mukhtar, Chandrashekhar, Vijaya Chaudhry, Mukri, Uma Dutt, Tuntun, Rirkoo, Minoo Mumtaz, with new child star Jyoti Desai. They were supported by Nazir Kashmiri, Kamal Mohan, Fazal Karim, Haroon, Ajit, Samina, Eruch Tarapore, Farook, Prem Sagar, T.N.Charlie, Jerry Mason, Appa Khaire, Jeet Bala, Sunanda and Rafia Sultana etc.

“Birju Ustaad”(1964) had six songs in it. One song is covered in the blog so far.

Here is the second song from the movie to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata Mangeshkar and female chorus. Qamar Jalalabadi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji.

Only audio of the song is available. It appears to be a dance song. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of the song.

Lyrics of the song and other details were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

audio link:

Song-Karke badnaam mujhe kahaan gayaa baalma (Birju Ustaad)(1964) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Qamar Jalalabadi, MD-Kalyanji Anandji
Female Chorus

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

karke badnaam mujhe
kahaan gayaa baalmaa aa
karke badnaam mujhe
kahaan gayaa baalmaaa
kaise bedardee ko maan liyaa saajnaa
saajnaa aaa aa
ho o o saajnaa
ho o o saajnaaa aaa
ho o o saajnaaa

karke badnaam mujhe
kahaan gayaa baalmaa
karke badnaam mujhe
kahaan gayaa baalmaa
kaisey bedardee ko maan liyaa saajnaa
saajnaa ho o o saajnaa aa
ho o o saajnaaa
ho o o saajnaaa

kitnaa haseen lagey sapnon ka chhailaa
kitnaa haseen lagey sapnon ka chhailaa
uske to aagey ajee chaand lagey mailaa
uske to aagey ajee chaand lagey mailaa
ho o o bolo chhupey ho kahaan aa aa
milney kaa mausam hai chaley aao baalmaa
milney kaa mausam hai chaley aao baalmaa
kaisey bedardee ko maan liyaa saajnaa
saajnaa aa aan
ho o o saajnaaa
ho o o saajnaaa
ho o o saajnaaa

laden jab log
dekho kaisee takraar ho o o
laden jab log
dekho kaisee takraar ho o
nainaa jo laden piyaa meethhaa meethhaa pyaar ho o
nainaa jo ladey piyaa meethhaa meethhaa pyaar ho
ho o o
banti hain yoon daastaan aa aan
main to jaanoon jiyaa jaaney
jaaney naheen baalmaa aa
main to jaanoon jiyaa jaaney
jaaney naheen baalmaa
kaisey bedardee ko maan liyaa saajnaa
saajnaa aa ho o o saajnaaa
ho o o
saajnaaa ho saajna


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5279 Post No. : 17296

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2012-2022) – Song No. 141
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On this date ten years back viz on 31 December 2012, seven songs from seven movies were covered in the blog. Here are the details:-

Blog post number Song Movie (Year) Remarks
7294 Jhulna jhulaave Nandlala Narsi Bhagat (1940) 3 songs covered out of 15 by now
7295 Dekho dekho sajan tum na aana Meri Kahaani (1948) 4 songs covered out of 10 by now
7296 Baaje waala Patiyaale waala Basant (1960) 12 songs covered out of 14 by now
7297 Chhainyaa re chhainya re taaron ki chhainyaa The Train(1970) Movie YIPPEED by now
7298 Dil agar hai paas to huzoor zara laaiye Shree Naqad Narayan(1955) 5 songs covered out of 11 by now
7299 Dil ko na mere tadpaao Badtameez (1966) Movie YIPPEED in the blog with this song
7300 Mohabbat ka haath jawaani ka palla Howrah Bridge(1958) Movie YIPPEED by now

We notice that three movies (out of seven) whose songs were discussed ten years ago on this date (viz on 31 decemberb2012) have since been YIPPEED. One of them in fact was YIPPEED on that date.

That leaves us with four movies that are eligible for blog Ten Year Challenge today. One movie was earlier taken up under Blog Ten Year Challenge. Another movie eligible for Blog Ten Year Challenge today is “Shri Nagad Narayan”(1955).

This movie was a comedy movie. It was produced by Suraj Narayan Kanav and directed by I S Johar for Kamdhenu Films, Bombay. The movie had Meena(Shorey) , Motilal, Majnu, Badri Prasad, Om Prakash, Murad, Shireen, Baby Naaz, Leela Mishra etc in it.

“Shri Nagad Narayan”(1955) had 11 songs in it. Five songs have been covered so far.

Here is the sixth song from the movie to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Shamshad Begam and chorus. Qamar Jalalabadi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Vinod.

Lyrics of the song and other details were sent by Prakashchandra.

Some words in the lyrics do not make sense. I request our knowledgeable readers to suggest corrections, in any in the lyrics of this song that sounds like a comedy song.

audio link:

Song-Hum to aaya hain tere deedaar ke liye (Shri Nagad Narayan)(1955) Singer-Shamshad Begam, Lyrics-Qamar Jalalabadi, MD-Vinod
Chorus + Shamshad Begam
Male Chorus
Male chorus + Female chorus

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

O aayaa hai ae ae
hum to aayaa hai
tere deedar ke liye
okhhoo jaan bhee dey degaa
tere pyaar ke liye
chakey gulfam ke vaavaa wayyi
chakey gulfam ke vavvaa aa
chakey gulfam ke vaavvaa wayyi
chakey gulfam ke vavvaa aa

aankh milaa ke zaraa tu
dil ki baat jaan ley ae
o o o wayyee wayyi..ee
sachchaa teraa pyaar hai to
tu hamein pehchaan ley ae
o o o wayyee wayyi
tu hamein pehchaan ley
tu hamein pehchaan ley
kaafi hai ishaara samajhdaar ke liye
okho jaan bhee dey degaa
tere pyaar ke liye
chakey gulfam ke vaavaa wayyi
chakey gulfam ke vavvaa
chakey gulfam ke vaavaa wayyi
chakey gulfam ke vavvaa aa aa aa

aapko gharoor thhaa
kareeb khaa gayee nazar
oo oo o wayyee wayyi
dekhiye zaraa idhar
magar jigar ko thhaam kar
o o o o wayyee wayyi
haan jigar ko thhaam kar
hho jigar ko thhaam kar
ladki ek ladkaa banee pyaar ke liye
oohho jaan bhee de degaa
tere pyaar ke liye
chakey gulfam ke vaavaa wayyi
chakey gulfam ke vavvaa aa
chakey gulfam ke vaavaa wayyi
chakey gulfam
ke vavvaa aa aaaa

deejiye muaaf
ab hazoor mere bhool ko
o o wayyee wayyi
leejiye bulbul chalee hai
saath leke phool ko
o o o wayyee wayyi
saath leke phool ko
saath leke phool ko
phool to banaa hai
gulzaar ke liye
oho jaan bhee de degaa
tere pyaar ke liye
chakey gulfam ke vaavaa wayyi
chakey gulfam ke vavvaa
chakey gulfam ke vaavvaa wayyi
chakey gulfam ke vavvaa aa aaaa

oh aayaa hai ae aey ae
hum to aayaa hai
tere deedaar ke liye
ohho jaan bhee dey degaa
tere pyaar ke liye
chakkey gulfam ke vaavaa wayyi
chakey gulfam ke vavvaa
chakey gulfam ke vaavaa wayyi
chakey gulfam
ke vavvaa aa aaaa
chakey gulfam ke vaavaa wayyi
chakey gulfam ke vavvaa
chakey gulfam ke vaavaa wayyi
chakey gulfam ke vavvaa
chakey gulfam ke vaavaa wayyi
chakey gulfam ke vavvaa
chakey gulfam ke vaavaa wayyi
chakey gulfam ke vavvaa aa aaa
chakey gulfam ke vaavaa wayyi
chakey gulfam ke vavvaa aa


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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5279 Post No. : 17295

#The Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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#Bhoole-Bisre Geet #
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(#Music Composer-Singer-Bappi Lahiri# 11– The magic of Bappi Da & Kishore Kumar)

We still have one day to go to enter the new year ‘2023’. However, celebrations have started in other parts of the world and generally the joyful atmosphere prevails in this part too. For many people the ‘new year fever’ begins from the day of ‘Christmas’ and continues till first week of January in the new year.

For many like me everyday is new day and a new beginning. It begins with music everyday and ends with music every day while the daily routine & activities continues including functions at individual workplaces.

We cannot say that all may be in the same jovial mood. Many might be in sombre mood for one reason or another. While some people may be celebrating, others might be performing duty. People of armed forces and law enforcing agencies are cases in point.

At my workplace the principal employer is celebrating annual day, so they arranged a sports day and conducted matches on 25th Dec and the remaining matches are to be held on 31st Dec. Then on 30th they arranged a ‘special lunch’ for all including workmen, as well as ‘awards’ for services and discipline at the end of the day.

However, my department i.e., the people working in the Warehouse had to back-off from participating in sports and all other recreational activities due to an audit planned in the first week of the new year.

Everybody of us will be working on saturday (31st) and Sunday(first day of the year) compulsorily, while all others will be celebrating on these two days that happen to be natural holidays.

Nevertheless me and my colleagues accompanying me in everyday travel from home to office and office to home are going to celebrate with ‘music’ as we celebrate everyday while travelling. And will celebrate the memories of movies during the little ‘relaxation’ timings at workplace.

At the end of every year, I wish that the last one week or few days should be celebrated with a ‘party’ song and with a song of ‘ a new year’.

Today’s song is a party song and from the video of this song we can see that it is happening at party for a ‘new year’…

So here is this well-known song not posted on the blog so far…

This song is from the movie ‘Dil Se Mile Dil-1978’.

“Dil Se Mile Dil-1978” was directed by Bhishm Kohli for ‘Kailashpati Pictures, Bombay’. It had Bhishm Kohli, Shyamli, Om Shivpuri, Leela Mishra, Abhi Bhattacharya, Gautam Sarin, Jayshree T., Madhup Sharma, Bharat Kapoor, Julie, Shankar Bhake, Vimal Chopra, Shriram Shastri, Gurbachan, Adolf Fernandes, Vijay Bali, Mahendra Tyagi, Salim Khan, and others.

Mehmood, Shakti Kapoor and Lalita Pawar had guest appearances in this movie.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 28.08.1978.

This movie has five songs (including one two-part song) written by Amit Khanna.
Music for this movie was composed by Bappi Lahiri.

Here is the list of songs of this movie :-

SNo Song Title Singer/s Posted On
01 He… haathon mein mere bhi mehndi lagaao Sulakshana Pandit, Vijayeta Pandit
02 Dil se miley dil … (in two parts) Kishore Kumar (chorus)
03 Ye nainaa ye kaajal Kishore Kumar 13 October 2014
04 Ae… chhodo bhi ye nakhhara karo pyaar ham se Lata Mangeshkar
05 Aabraa kadaabra hinchi…aflaatoon Bappi Lahiri, chorus

Today’s song is sung by Kishore Kumar, and I remember this song was frequently heard in those years. This song was on ‘paaydaan’ number twenty-six in the list of ‘annual Binaca Geetmala of 1978’ among the top ‘34’ songs of that year.
However, I didn’t like this song during its time that came during my growing years, and I found it irritating whenever it played on the radio.
I had never listened to it attentively unlike now while preparing for this post. On the other hand, I like the other Kishore Kumar song from this movie which is ‘ye nainaa ye kaajal’. I had shared it on the blog when I become associated with this blog. The first time I fell in love with this song was in ‘1987’ when HMV had released a ‘four-cassette’ album as ‘ a tribute to the legend – Kishore Kumar’ after he had passed away.

I think this movie was screened at our colony during the weekly screening of movie. But I do not remember anything about this movie and its details.

Today’s song is lip-synced on screen by Bhishm Kohli who used to act like ‘Dev Anand’ and I guess it is actress Shyamli sitting there as we see in the picturisation of the song. The picturisation also shows some regular faces of Hindi movies (whom I am unable to identify by names).

As mentioned above today’s song is sung by Kishore Kumar and lyrics are written by Amit Khanna.
Bappi Lahiri is the composer of this today’s song.

Let us listen to this wonderful song now and enjoy music …

Audio Part I (Happy)

Audio Part II (Sad)

Video (Happy version)

Song-Dil Se Miley Dil (Dil Se Miley Dil)(1978) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Amit Khanna, MD-Bappi Lahiri
Chorus

Lyrics

Part I (Happy)
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dil se miley dil
dil se miley dil
dil se miley dil
dil se miley dil

hmm hmm hmm
mil gayi manzil
door huyi mushqil
dil se miley hain dil
mil gayi manzil
door huyi mushqil
dil se miley hain dil
mushqil se miley
par mil to gaye hai
aakhir aaj ye dil
dil se dil mil gaye ae
mil ke yoon khil gaye ae
dil se dil
aa
mil gaye ae
aa
mil ke yoon
aa
khil gaye ae
aa

dil se miley dil
dil se miley dil
dil se miley dil
dil se miley dil

hmm hmm hmm
mil gayi manzil
door huyi mushqil
dil se miley hain dil
mushqil se miley
par mil to gaye hain
aakhir aaj ye dil

saaraa jahaan gaa rahaa hai
ban ke bahaar chhaa rahaa hai
hey saaraa jahaan gaa rahaa hai
ban ke bahaar chhaa rahaa hai
koyi khushi laa rahaa hai
dekho gham jaa rahaa hai
dil se dil mil gaye ae
mil ke yoon khil gaye ae
dil se dil
aa
mil gaye ae
aa
mil ke yoon
aa
khil gaye ae
aa

hain wo haseen
ham jawaan hain
aur us pe samaa
meharbaan hai ae
hain wo haseen
ham jawaan hain
aur us pe samaa
meharbaan hai ae
jhoomte zameen aasmaan hain
mehka ye gulsitaan hain
dil se dil mil gaye ae
mil ke yoon khil gaye ae ae
dil se dil
aa
mil gaye ae
aa
mil ke yoon
aa
khil gaye ae
aa

dil se miley dil
dil se miley dil
dil se miley dil
dil se miley dil

ho o o
mil gayi manzil
door huyi mushqil
dil se miley hain dil
mil gayi manzil
door huyi mushqil
dil se miley hain dil
mushqil se miley
par mil to gaye hain
aakhir aaj ye dil
dil se dil
aa
mil gaye ae
aa
mil ke yoon
aa
khil gaye ae
aa
hey dil se dil
aa
mil gaye ae
aa
mil ke yoon
aa
khil gaye ae
aa

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(Part-II) sad
——————-
zindagi ka yahi imtehaan hai ae
tum kahaan ho
aur ham kahaan hain
kuchh aisi majbooriyaan hain
ek deewaar darmiyaan hain
dil se dil
aa /font>
yoon miley
aa
ye mil ke bhi
aa
naa khiley
aa
dil se dil
aa
yoon miley
aa
ye mil ke bhi
aa
naa khiley
aa


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5279 Post No. : 17294

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2012-2022) – Song No. 140
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On this date ten years back viz on 31 December 2012, seven songs from seven movies were covered in the blog. Here are the details:-

Blog post number Song Movie (Year) Remarks
7294 Jhulna jhulaave Nandlala Narsi Bhagat (1940) 3 songs covered out of 15 by now
7295 Dekho dekho sajan tum na aana Meri Kahaani (1948) 4 songs covered out of 10 by now
7296 Baaje waala Patiyaale waala Basant (1960) 12 songs covered out of 14 by now
7297 Chhainyaa re chhainya re taaron ki chhainyaa The Train(1970) Movie YIPPEED by now
7298 Dil agar hai paas to huzoor zara laaiye Shree Naqad Narayan(1955) 5 songs covered out of 11 by now
7299 Dil ko na mere tadpaao Badtameez (1966) Movie YIPPEED in the blog with this song
7300 Mohabbat ka haath jawaani ka palla Howrah Bridge(1958) Movie YIPPEED by now

We notice that three movies (out of seven) whose songs were discussed ten years ago on this date (viz on 31 decemberb2012) have since been YIPPEED. One of them in fact was YIPPEED on that date.

That leaves us with four movies that are eligible for blog Ten Year Challenge today (31 December 2022).

“Meri Kahaani”(1948) is one movie which is eligile for Blog Ten Year Challenge today.

“Meri Kahaani”(1948) was directed by Keki Mistry for Super Team Federal Productions, Bombay. The movie had Surendra, Munawwar Sultana, Prathima devi, Sanobar, Leela Kumari, Ramesh Sinha, Bhudo Advani, Santosh Kumar, Murad Khan, Vaskar etc in it.

The movie had ten songs in it. Four songs have been covered so far.

Here is the fifth song from “Meri Kahaani”(1948) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Surendra and Geeta Dutt (then Roy). Pt anuj is the lyricist. Music is composed by K Datta (aka Datta Korgaonkar).

Only audio of the song is available. It is clear that this “expression of love” song was picturised on the le pair viz Surendra and Munawwar Sultana. I request our knowlegeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of the song.


Song-Bulbul ko mila phool to nadi ko kinaara (Meri Kahaani)(1948) Singer-Geeta Dutt, Surendra, Lyrics-Pt Anuj, MD-K Datta

Lyrics

bulbul ko milaa phool
bulbul ko milaa phool
to nadi ko kinaara
har dil ko hai duniyaa mein
har dil ko hai duniyaa mein
kisi dil kaa sahara
bulbul ko milaa phool
to nadi ko kinaara
har dil ko hai duniyaa mein
kisi dil kaa sahaara
ithlaaye huye koi chalaa aata hai man mein
ithlaaye huye koi chalaa aata hai man mein
kartaa hai koi chaand ki khidki se ishaaraa
kartaa hai koi chaand ki khidki se ishaaraa
har dil ko hai duniyaa mein
har dil ko hai duniyaa mein
kisi dil kaa sahara

bulbul ko milaa phool to nadi ko kinaara
har dil ko hai duniyaa mein
kisi dil kaa sahaara

machla hua dil apna ye armaanon bhara dil
kehne ko humaara hai
magar hai ye tumhaara
kehne ko humaara hai
magar hai ye tumhaara
har dil ko hai duniyaa mein
kisi dil kaa sahaara

baithe huye hum gaate rahe pyaar bhara geet
chha jaaye zamaane pe yahi geet humaara
chha jaaye zamaane pe yahi geet humaara
har dil ko hai duniyaa mein
kisi dil kaa sahaara
ik tooti hui naav hai insaan kaa jeewan

armaan nadi aur muhabbat hai kinaara
armaan nadi aur muhabbat hai kinaara
har dil ko hai duniyaa mein
kisi dil kaa sahara
bulbul ko milaa phool to nadi ko kinaara
har dil ko hai duniyaa mein
har dil ko hai duniyaa mein
kisi dil kaa sahaara


This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, 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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5279 Post No. : 17293

Today’s song is a rare song from an obscure film – Jeevan Natak-1935.

During the silent film era, there was no sound in the film and hence no dialogues. This was compensated by showing dialogue strips on the screen. Initially scenes and the dialogue srips were shown alternatively i.e. after the actor says something, the next scene was only his dialogue srip. Later on ,however, simultaneously showing of the dialogue strip started. In any case this prevented continuation of the story and importance of the dialogue. This also made the filmmakers make silent films action oriented, rather than using dialogues. 90 % silent films were action/stunt films or costume films.

When the Talkie film started, the filmmakers were rather perplexed as to what sort of Talkie films would be successful. In absence of previous data, it was a big challenge. Most filmmakers stuck to Mythologicals, Folk stories and social themes to be on the safe side. An analysis of films made in the first 3 years of Talkie films, underlines how the kind of films were decided.

The Talkie films can be broadly categorised into following Genres….
1. Mythologicals
2. Religious
3. Folklore stories
4. Social themes
5. Historicals
6. Costume films
7. Stunt/action
8. Imaginary
9. Comedy
10. Musicals etc.
Now, let us see what type of films were made in the first 3 years, i.e. 1931, 1932 and 1933 to understand how the filmmakers gave their preferences to different types of films.

Year total films made Mythologicals Social Folklore Imaginary Costumes all others
1931 24 5 (21%) 6 (25%) 6 (25%) 5 (21%) 2 (8%)
1932 62 14 (22.5%) 15 (24%) 3 (5%) 7 (11%) 9 (14.5%) 14 (22.5%)
1933 76 18 (24%) 17 (22%) 6 (8%) 8 (10.5%) 17 (22%) 10 (13.5%)

The above rough statistics prove how Mythologicals, Social, Costume and Imaginary story films evolved as popular genres. In all this process, the filmmakers played very safe and used as far as possible, only known stories – with minor variations done as ‘ cinematic liberties. because of all this, most filmmakers did not try any offbeat of different stories. However, even in this period some producers did try to make films with offbeat stories – like the film ” Awara Shahzada’-1933, with a story of Look-alikes. A very young Shahu modak played The Prince and Pauper’s roles. As the years passed by, adventurous filmmakers came up with offbeat stories.

Worth mentioning is Prabhat’s film “Wahan”-1937 used a story about another Planet. Then there was a film by Prakash films – “khwab ki duniya”-1937, based on the novel “The invisible man” by H.G.Wells. (later on there were more films like Mr. X-1957, Mr. X in Bombay-1964 and Mr. India-1987, on the same story). Yet another film was “Duniya kya hai”-1938 based on Leo Tolstoy’s novel ‘Resurrection’. In 1941 came film ” Bahen” by National studios, which was on suggestive incest. But by and large, such offbeat stories were rare in Hindi films till recent times.

All this is discussed here, because today’s song is from the film “Jeevan Natak”-1935, which too had an offbeat story. It was about the memories of an earlier birth. The main role of the protagonist was done wonderfully by Durga Khote. The story of this film, in short, was….

The plot is set in two historical epochs, 1735 and 1935. The spirited Miss Queen (Khote), performing in a period play, recalls a previous incarnation when she was the actual person she is now acting on the stage. She inherited the throne because the state of Ranigarh had no constitutional heirs and her horoscope was deemed auspicious. Instead of being merely a figurehead, she opposes the corrupt minster Jairaj and army commander Mubarak (Pahelwan), she makes sure the royal court is accessible to the suffering people.

The film was made by Debki Bose productions and was also directed by Debki Bose. Debaki Kumar Bose,Bengali and Hindi director was born in Akalpoush, Burdwan Dist., West Bengal on 25-11-1898.He was the Son of a noted solicitor, Madhusudhan Bose. Influenced by Sisir Bhaduri, his teacher at Bidyasagar College, Calcutta (1920), he left university to join the non-co- operation movement of Calcutta Congress (1920). He was caught and jailed. After coming out,his father threw him out. He started selling ‘Gamachhas’ on the road. He started and Edited journal, Shakti, from Burdwan (1927-8). One day he was seen and hired by Dhiren Ganguly as actor and scenarist for Dinesh Ranjan Dass’ Kamonar Aagun (1930), Devotee of Vaishnava evangelical movement. He joined British Dominion Films (1927) as scenarist, then director.
He became friendly with the Cinematographer Krishna Gopal, with whom he went to Lucknow where they made a film ” A shadow of dead”. The film flopped and Debki returned to Calcutta, but Krishna Gopal was held hostage by the producers till he paid their investment. Debki took a loan from P C Barua and paid that amount to get Krishna Gopal released.

He joined P.C. Barua’s Barua Pics (1930), then entered New Theatres (1932-4) together with Barua, directing the studio’s first hit, Chandidas, after 7 consecutive flops by New Theatres.. This was the First film in India,with Background music. Its cinematic validation of a major stage genre – the quasi-legendary biographical – helped lessen Bengali cinema’s dependence on the Calcutta Theatres for its themes as well as its literary, musical and acting talent. Early work known mainly for his free and inventive approach to established genres, esp. the mythological and the Saint film, creating a Bengali quality cinema (e.g. Aparadhi and Chandidas). He was the one who promoted film music as a mix of Rabindra sangeet and Indian Classical music. It helped New Theatres to make its film songs popular all over India.

He also made Pooran Bhagat-1933. Handsome actor Mijjan (Syed Hasan Ali Zaidi) was the Hero. When the film was ready and about to be released,communal riots started in Calcutta,between Hindu and Muslims. After the peace returned,New Theatres was worried about Mijjan’s name in this Mythological film. Debaki kumar Bose,who hailed from a rich Zamindar family,told Mijjan “dont worry. From today I give you half of my name-Kumar.” Mijjan’s name became Kumar and he went on to become a big actor. After this,Debaki Bose himself never used the suffix Kumar to his name,in his life.

He made Rajrani Meera in 1933. During this film making he had a quarrel with director Nitin Bose and he decided to leave New Theatres.

After this he Went to East India Film (1934-6) where he made the lyrical Seeta which launched Prithviraj Kapoor and Durga Khote as a star duo. Seeta became the First Indian film to be sent to the International film festival at Venice. Here the film won a Diploma too and thus Debaki Bose was the first Indian artiste to win an International award for his film. He then Returned to New Theatres (1937-41), on invitation of B N Sarkar, making the classic Bidyapati.

In 1942 he left Calcutta and came to Bombay. His first film here as a Director was Circo’s Apna Ghar, made also in Marathi as ‘ आपले घर ‘. This also he directed.

His independent Debaki Bose Prod. (1935) with stars from the Hindi and Marathi cinemas paved the way for other Calcutta cine artistes after the decline of New Theatres in the early 40s. Made Arghya, a documentary on the caste system, based on four narrative poems by Tagore to celebrate the centenary of his birth. Debaki Bose was not just a director,but he was an actor (3 films),a producer (1 film) and also a writer (14 films). He was given the Sangeet Natak Academy award in 1957 and a Padmashree in 1958. He was India’s star director.

He died on 17-11-1971 at Calcutta. In his career of 31 years he made 50 films,in Bangla,Hindi,Marathi,Tamil and English.

FILMOGRAPHY: 1930: Kamaner Aagun (only act); Panchasar (also act); 1931: Aparadhi; Shadows of the Dead; 1932: Nishir Dak (all St); Chandidas; 1933: Puran Bhakt; Meerabai/Rajrani? Meera; Dulari Bibi; 1934: Seeta; 1935: Inquilab; Jeevan Natak; 1936: Sonar Sansar/Sunehra? Sansar; 1937: Bidyapati/Vidyapati?; 1939: Sapurey/ Sapera; 1940: Nartaki; Abhinav; 1942: Apna Ghar/Aple Ghar; 1943: Shri Ramanuja; 1945: Meghdoot; Swarg Se Sundar Desh Hamara; 1946: Krishna Leela; 1947: Chandrasekhar; 1948: Sir Shankarnath; 1949: Kavi; 1951:Ratnadeep/Ratnadeepam; 1953: Pathik; 1954: Kavi; Bhagwan Shri Krishna Chaitanya; 1955: Bhalobasha; 1956: Chirakumar Sabha; Nabajanma; 1958: Sonar Kathi; 1959: Sagar Sangamey; 1961: Arghya (adapted from Encyclopedia of Indian Cinema,with thanks)

Let us now listen to this rare song, sung by Rampyari. Enjoy….


Song-Prem ban ko main bhaagee gayee (Jeewan Naatak)(1935) Singer- Miss Rampyari, Lyricist- Pt. Narottam Vyas, MD- H.C.Bali

Lyrics

Prem ban ko main bhaagi gayi
Prem ban ko main bhaagi gayi
lene sundar prem ke phool
Prem ban ko main bhaagi gayi
Prem ban ko main bhaagi gayi
lene sundar prem ke phool
Prem ban ko main bhaagi gayi

sookh gaya ban
phool jhhad padey ae
sookh gaya ban
phool jhhad padey ae
?? haath mein mere phool
?? haath mein mere phool
?? haath mein mere phool
Prem ban ko main bhaagi gayi
Prem ban ko main bhaagi gayi

aaj dard zor kar hai koi
leenhi maine jo hi kataar
yoon ??
haath kat gaya
baaki raha phool ka phool
baaki raha phool ka phool
baaki raha phool ka phool
Prem ban ko main bhaagi gayi
Prem ban ko main bhaagi gayi
Prem ban ko main bhaagi gayi


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Blog Day :

5278 Post No. : 17292

We have been introducing new movies on the blog at a fair rate. Somehow in this process our other objective of ‘Yippeeee’ing’ the movies closer to their final songs have taken a back seat. With this post we once again resume this activity and start taking such movies to ‘Yippeeee-land’.

One such movie waiting for its final song to be covered on the blog, since Feb’2022 (there might be movies pending before this also), is today’s movie ‘Aag Aur Daag’ of the year ‘1971’.

It has been over fifty years now since this movie was released.

Alphabetically ‘Aag Aur Daagh-1971’ is the first movie of the decade 1971-1980. It was passed by Censor Board on 20.01.1971.
The first movie 0f ‘1971’, as per date of certification by censor board, is ‘Johar Mehmood In Hongkong’. It was passed by censor board on 04.01.1971.

Both these movies have been represented on the blog, and both are yet to be Yippeeee’ed 😊 We are going to say ‘Yippeeee’ to one today.

‘Aag Aur Daagh-1971’ was directed by A. Salam for ‘Movie Temple, Bombay’. It was produced by Swarn Singh.

It had Joy Mukherji, Komal, Jayant, Madan Puri, I.S. Johar, Helen, Bhagwan, Sudhir, Zeb Rehman, Rajan Haksar, Shetty, Kundan, Shefali, Paro, Majnu, Roopali, Uma Dutt, Shabana, Rajrani, Darshan, Amar, Subhash, Shaloo, Sameena, Master Rodney, Sumeet, Bipin Khosla and others.

This movie was written by Charandas Shokh. Editing of this movie was done by R.V. Shrikhande.

This movie had six songs (including one two-part song) written by Noor Dewasi (one song) and S.H. Bihari (five songs, including one two-part song).

Music for ‘Aag Aur Daagh-1971’ was composed by N. Dutta.

Following is the list of songs in this movie as appearing in HFGK Vol-V (1971-1980).

S.No. Song Title Singer/s Lyricist Posted on
01 Ye pyaar ka jhagdaa hai Mohd Rafi Noor Dewasi 29.04.2012
02 Choli bheegi, lat bheegi Asha Bhonsle S.H. Bihari 16.04.2012
03 Hamse badhhkar kaun hoga aap ka deewaanaa/a> Mohd Rafi,Asha Bhonsle S.H. Bihari 06.07.2021
04 Aaj in haathon mein phir se zindagi…Tere is pyaar ka shukriyaa Mohd Rafi S.H. Bihari 09.02.2012
05 a) Iski ho gayi, uski ho gayi b) Naa baaba naa Mohd Rafi S.H. Bihari Being covered today
06 Aaj ki raat faisle ki raat hai Asha Bhonsle S.H. Bihari 09.02.2022

From the above table we can see that this movie ‘Aag Aur Daagh-1971’ started its journey on the blog on 09.02.2012 when one of its songs was posted on the blog. Two more songs were posted on 16.04.2012 & 29.04.2012. After posting of these three songs there was a long gap between the third and fourth song of this movie on the blog. The fourth song of this movie was posted on the blog on 06.07.2021 and the fifth followed on 09.02.2022. Today we are going to post the sixth* and final song of this movie on the blog.

Lyrics for today’s song have been sent by Prakashchandra.

(*HFGK Vol-V 1971-1980 mentions the today’s song as a two-part song).

Today’s song is sung by Mohd Rafi and an unattributed female voice. On screen it is Bhagwan Dada lip-syncing for Rafi’s voice and participating with him in the song dance is actress Roopali (as noted by Prakashchandra).

Lyrics for today’s song are written by S.H. Bihari and music is composed by N. Datta.

Also seen in the picturisation of this song is Joy Mukherjee, Poonam Sinha aka Komal, Sudhir, Zeb Rehman, Kundan, Madan Puri and many others.

With today’s song this movie ‘Aag Aur Daagh-1971’ has all its songs posted on the blog and it joins the ‘list of movies -all songs covered’ on the blog 😊

Let us now listen to today’s song and enjoy it by watching it on the blog …

Audio

Video


Song-Iskee ho gayee uskee ho gayee (Aag aur Daag)(1971) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-S H Bihari, MD-N Datta
Unknown female voice

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)

brrr…bru…ruuu brurrrrrrrrrrr hhaa
aahhaa aahhaa aahhaaa aahhaa
adippaa adippaa adippaa
addippaa..aa…aaa
aahhaa aahhaaa aahhaa aahhaaa

hhaa aa hhaa aaa hhaa aa hhaa
hoyye aey ae ae ae

haaye iski ho gayee
oye uski ho gayee
arre iski ho gayee
o uski ho gayee
iski ho gayi
uski ho gayi
sabki ho gayi shaadi
main bechaaraa bhaag mein jiske
ab tak hai barbaadi
koyi to dayaa karo re
koyi to reham karo re
koyi to dayaa karo re
koyi to reham karo re ae ae ae
aahoon aahoon
main aaoon aaoon
aaoon aaoon
main aaoon aaoon..oon
naa aa naaa aaan

sab khaate hain pakee pakaayi
main ik phoonkoon choolhaa…aa…aaa…aa
sab khaate hain pakee pakaayi
main ik phookoon choolhaa…aa
mujhko bhi to mil kar yaaron
kabhi banaa do dulhaa…aaa..aa
aahaa ahaa aahaa…aaa…
aaa ahaa
beech umariyaa aan phansee hai ab jeewan ki naao…oo
mujhko bhi to badh kar koyi varmaalaa pehnaao…oo
ujdey ujdey ghar mein mere ae ae ae
ujdey ujdey ghar mein mere
ho jaaye aabaadi
koyi to dayaa karo re
koyi to reham karo re ae
koyi to dayaa karo re
koyi to reham karo re ae ae ae
aaoon aaoon
o bolo aaoon aaoon
tum bolo bolo bolo
main aaoon aaoon…oon..oon
naa aa baabaa naaa aaa

bru rrr rr bru.rrr…rrr…rrr
aahaa aahhaaa aahaa aahaahaaa aaa
oo ooo o aa aaa aa

Bikaner ka ghagraa choli aur
Dilli ke kangnaa…aa…aaa..
Bikaner ka ghagraa choli aur
Dilli ke kangnaa…aa
mat poochho jab chalegi gori
chhamm chhamm more angnaa…aa…aa
paas pados ke rehne waale
dekhenge lalchaake ae ae
geet Milan ke gaayegi meri chhammo dhol bajaa ke
daan dahej mein bartan honge ae ae ae ae
daan dahej mein bartan honge
asal morabdabadi
koyi to dayaa karo re
koyi to reham karo re ae
koyi to dayaa karo (he) re
koyi to reham karo re ae ae
aahoon aahoon
o bhai aaoon aaoon
o bolo ahoon aaoon
main aaoon aaoon..oon
na baabaa naa…aaa…aaa

mujhko bhaiyya sabhi chalegi
gori ho yaa kaali ee ee ee ee ee
mujhko bhaiyya sabhi chalegi
gori ho ya kaali
itnaa dhyaan rahe ke ho koyi chhori nakhre waali ee
o bachke zaraa aa aaaa
hahaa aaa aaa
do nainaa matwaare hon to kya kehne hain uske ae
chhod ke saaraa dhandhaa
baithhaa rahoongaa ghar mein ghus ke
aur badhaataa jaaoongaa main aen aen aen aen
aur badhaataa jaaoongaa main
Bhaarat ki aabaadi
koyi to dayaa karo re
koyi to reham karo re
koyi to dayaa karo re
koyi to reham karo re ae ae ae ae
aaoon aaoon
main aaoon aaoon
o main aaoon aaoon
o main aaoon aaoon bolo
naa aa naa baabaa…aa…aaaa


This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, 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 :

5277 Post No. : 17291

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2012-2022) – Song No. 139
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Hullo Atuldom

I must thank our Atulite, Prakashchandraji, for idea about the movie to accompany this post.

Here are the songs that were posted on the blog on 29/12/2012:-

Song Movie (Year) Contributor Time of post
Chinchpokli chinchpokli Shabistan(1951) by Arunji, first post of the day at 7:38 am
Meethhi meethhi yaad teri dil tadpa gayee Great Show of India (1958) (by Sudhirji) 8:51 am
aji tum aur hum hon saath saath Marine Drive (1955) (by Sudhirji) 9:22 am
Ho ruk jaa ruk jaa ruk jaa laut kea aana hoga Changez Khan(1957) (by Sudhirji) 10:23 am
Kaho meri Sarkar tabeeyat kaisi hai Trunk Call(1960) (by Sudhirji) 11:13 am
Hatt jaao deewaane aaye Singapore(1960) (Lyrics by Atif M ji ) 12:56 am
Badhaayee ho badhaayee janam din ki tumko Mera Munna(1967) (Lyrics by Prakashchandra ji ) 2:45 pm
Tumhaare dil ko ulfat ka nishaana karke chhodenge Johar Mehmood In Hong Kong(1971) 4:20 pm
Ham unko dekhte hain Benazir(1964) (by Nahmji) 5:01 pm
Ram kare babua hamaar phulwaa ko Anuraag(1972) (Lyrics by Khyatiji) 7:37 pm
Kis ki sadaayen mujhko bulaayen Red Rose(1980) (Lyrics by Prakashchandraji) 9:10 pm
Shakti de maa Ashaanti(1982) (Lyrics by Avinashji) 9:40 pm

29/12/2012 was a Saturday. As can be seen from the above list Atulji posted the first song at 7.38 in the morning. 12 songs were posted, 6 of which were guest posts from which 4 were by Sudhirji (he was also very active on the blog then) and one each by Nahmji & Arunkumarji.

The last three posts on that date had lyrics contributed by Avinashji, Prakashchandraji and Khyatiji; all three of which were songs featuring Rajesh Khanna for his birthday. It was the first birthdate after Kaka’s death in July that year; we were remembering him on what would have been his 70th birthday.

The song that was contributed by Avinashji was from “Ashanti” an Eagle Film’s production. Hatt jaao deewaane aaye was a song from the 1960 release “Singapore” which was also an Eagle Films’ production that was directed by Shakti Samanta. (that must have been unplanned, I am sure).

“Ashanti” (1982), a movie produced by Parvesh Mehra & Rajiv Mehra of Eagle Film’s and directed by Umesh Mehra. It had music by R.D. Burman with Anand Bakshi as the lyricist. Lata Mangeshkar, Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Amit Kumar, Shailendra Singh were the playback singers used. The following three songs from this movie are on the blog.

Shakti de maa 29 december 2012
Laungi mirchi main Kolhapur ki 19 November 2019
Na tujhse na mujhse 29 December 2021

“Ashanti” was one of the multi-starrers of that year. It had Rajesh Khanna heading a cast of Shabana Azmi, Zeenat Aman, Parveen Babi, Mithun Chakravarthy, Kanwaljeet, Amrish Puri, Satyen Kappu, Jeevan Ramesh Deo, Nadira, Pinchoo kapoor, Narendranath, Monty Nath, and many more known faces that formed the supporting cast. It was an action film and was the story of an honest & dedicated police officer played by Rajesh Khanna who intercepts a bank robbery but is himself caught with the suitcase of stolen money, tried in the court and jailed. Further twists in the tale lead him to loosing a leg too. On his release from prison he seeks out the wrong doers and for this he has help from the three heroines and Shankar Dada played by Mithun. If my memory is correct, one of the heroines is also the lost daughter of Amrish Puri who is the cause of all the troubles of the police officer. The movie comes to a close after a lot of drama and high voltage action.

Today’s song has the voices of Asha Bhonsle and Amit Kumar. The song is picturised as a disco dance song on Zeenat Aman and Kanwaljeet. Rajesh Khanna is present among the audience. He is seen seated around a table with Shabana Azmi and he is seen looking furtively as befits a police officer on an important sectet mission.

Missing Kaka a.k.a Rajesh (first Superstar of Bollywood) Khanna on what would have been his 80th birthday.


Song-Dil diya hai maine dil liya hai (Ashaanti)(1982) Asha Bhonsle, Amit Kumar Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-R D Burman
Both

Lyrics

aaa
dil diya hai maine dil liya hai
ya ya yaad rakhna
arey haan kisi se maine pyaar kiya hai
ya ya yaad rakhna
mere dilbar ka jaane jigar ka
mere dil pe naam likha hai
ku ku
dil diya hai
maine dil liya hai
ya ya yaad rakhna
arre haan kisi se maine pyaar kiya hai
ya ya yaad rakhna

meri mohabbat ke liye
pyaar bhara dil laaye ho
mujhko mager afsos hai
tum zara der se aaye ho
haath kisi ne mera thhaam liya hai
ya ya yaad rakhna
mere dilbar ka jane jigar ka
mere dil pe naam likha hai
ku ku
dil diya hai
maine dil liya hai
ya ya yaad rakhna
haan kisi se maine pyaar kiya hai
ya ya yaad rakhna

Chorus

meri nigaahon pe teri
zulfon ka baadal chhaa gaya
jhoom ke baadal ki tarah
tera deewaana aa gaya
dil ne tujhe
phir yaad kiya hai
ya ya yaad rakhana
mere dilbar ka
jaane jigar ka
mere dil pe
naam likha hai
ku ku
dil diya hai
maine dil liya hai
ya ya yaad rakhna
haan kisi se maine pyaar kiya hai
ya ya yaad rakhna

sab ki nazar ke saamne
duniya se ye kehna hai
haan haan
aa aa a
ha ha aa ha aa
tumse juda ho kar hamen
duniya me hame nahi rehna hai

jaan se bichhad ke kaun jiya hai
ya ya yaad rakhna
ho mere dilbar ka
jaane jigar ka
mere dil pe
naam likha hai
kuku
dil diya hai
maine dil liya hai
ya ya yaad rakhna
haan kisi se maine pyaar kiya hai
ya ya yaad rakhna


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