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

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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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5310 Post No. : 17406

#the Decade of Fourties – 1941 – 1950 #
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Today’s song is from the movie ‘Jaadui Ratan-1947’.

This movie made its debut on the blog on 21.07.2017 when our Shri Sudhir ji had presented the first song from this movie on the blog.

However no other song from this movie has been presented on the blog ever since. I guess that the songs from this movie were also not available on online sources. But now few songs have been made available by passionate music lovers.

“Jaadui Ratan-1947” was directed by Natwar Shyam for ‘Kismat Pictures’.

It had Nayantara, Mumtaz, Urmila, Suryakant, Devdutt, Fazlu, Lal, Chatterjee, Gulnar, Kanta, Pahalwan and others.

As per information available in HFGK Vol-II (1941-1950) this movie has eight songs composed by Music Director Chitragupt.

Two lyricists have been credited with song writing for this movie viz. Behzad and Kamalakant.

However lyricist for individual song is not mentioned in HFGK. (And so we are leaving the credit for lyricist as ‘unattributed’).

Here is the list of songs of this movie.

SNo Song Title Singer/s
01 Nainon mein aana , mere man mein samaana Geeta Roy/Dutt, Radha Govind
02 Tum murli shyam bajaao Saroj Welingkar
03 Sapnon mein aane waale aaye Not mentioned
04 Mera nanhaasa dil piya lut liya re Geeta Roy/Dutt,Radha Govind
05 Wo rut badal gayi Geeta Roy/Dutt
06 Matlab ka sansaar saara Not mentioned
07 Hey krishn muraari Saroj Welingkar
08 Aaj aayenge pyaare mere chitchor Saroj Welingkar

Today’s song is sung by Saroj Welingkar. One of her songs is already posted on the blog.

Today’s song is a nice song to listen where the girl is ‘expecting her beloved’s arrival’ and the ‘meeting’ with him. 🙂 She is filled with joy of the meeting with her beloved and doing the preparations for welcoming him. She is also asking her ‘sakhis’ to do the ‘sajaawat’ for their ‘madhurajni’ which (I guess) is coming after a long gap.

Let us now enjoy today’s song …

Audio

Song-Aaj aayenge pyaare mere chitchor (Jaadui Ratan)(1947) Singer-Saroj Welingkar, Lyrics-Unknown MD-Chitragupta

Lyrics

aaj aayenge ae
aayenge
aaj aayenge
pyaare mere chitchor
mere chitchor
aaj aayenge ae
aayenge

mere man mein umang
naya rang ang ang
mere man mein
mere man mein umang
naya rang ang ang
jaise saagar ke seene pe
naache ae tarang
naache tarang
naache magan ho
mere man ka mor
naache magan ho
mere man ka mor
mere man ka mor
aaj aayenge
pyaare mere chitchor
mere chitchor
aaj aayenge ae
aayenge

aaj meri hai
jagmag deewaali aali
aaj meri hai
aaj meri hai
jagmag deewaali aali
madhurajni
ho madhurajni milan ki
niraali aali
nainon se bandhegi
nainon ki dor
nainon se bandhegi
nainon ki dor
nainon ki dor
aaj aayenge
pyaare mere chitchor
mere chitchor
aaj aayenge ae
aayenge

? kaliyon sej
sajaao sakhi
sajaao sakhi
unke charnon mein
aankhen bichhaaun sakhi
bichhaaun sakhi
bichhde mile phir se
chandaa chakor
bichhde mile phir se
chandaa chakor
chandaa chakor
aaj aayenge
pyaare mere chitchor
mere chitchor
aaj aayenge ae
aayenge


This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, 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 :

5309 Post No. : 17405

A R Rahman started his filmy career as an independent music director with ‘Roja’ (1992) in Tamil which became a super hit film with its music playing an important role for the film’s popularity. About a year later, Hindi dubbed version of ‘Roja’ was released which also became a hit. I observe from the filmography of A R Rahman that 3 Tamil/Malayalam films out of his first 4 films were dubbed in Hindi and released. This may be a sort of record for A R Rahman at the beginning of his career as a music director among the music directors of South Indian films in the similar situation. Subsequently, some more Tamil films for which A R Rahman was the music director were dubbed in Hindi. One of the very successful films was ‘Kadhalan’ (1994) [English meaning: Loverboy] which was dubbed in Hindi with the title ‘Hamse Hai Muqabala’ (1995). The Hindi dubbed version of the film got Censor Certificate on May 31, 1995. The film was produced by K T Kunjumon and directed by S Shankar. Prabhu Deva and Nagma were in the lead role supported by S P Balasubrahmanyam, Girish Karnad, Vadivelu, Raghuvaran etc.

In an interview published in E-Times of India dated September 17, 2019, on the occasion of the completion of 25 years of the release of the film, K T Kunjumon, the producer of the film revealed that he and S Shankar, the director decided to work on the box office tested love story of a middle-class boy with a girl of an affluent and influential family. To develop the story further, Kunjumon gave an idea of fictionalization of the cold war then going on between the Chief Minister Jayalalitha and the Governor Dr Channa Reddy. Since Kunjumon was himself a functionary of AIADMK in Kerala, the Governor was made the villain in the film’s story.

In this film, all the ingredients for the box office success such as romance, dances, songs, villain, fights etc were included. The only worry for the producer and the director was the audience’s reactions to Prabhu Deva as a lead actor. In all his earlier films, Prabhu Deva had worked as a dancer and at most in a cameo role in the song sequence. To overcome the likely adverse reactions to Prabhu Deva as the lead actor, the producer and the director decided to make the film appealing to the audience, by making use of visual effects and animations in the songs.

‘Kadhalan’ (1994) became a super hit film which was beyond the expectations of the film makers as well as of the trade circles. The film’s songs became very popular. The film got five National Awards – four in the technical categories and one to debut playback singer, P Unnikrishnan, who sang Ennavale adi ennavale in Tamil. With more than expected success of the film on the box office front, the producer decided to dub the film in Hindi with the title. ‘Hamse Hai Muqabala’ (1995) for wider audience. Even Hindi version of the film became a box office hit.

The story of ‘Hamse Hai Muqabala’ (1995) which I have come to know only recently, did not motivate me to watch the film. To me, it was a wild imagination to show a constitutional head of a State as the initiator of the terrorist activities in his State to prove the breakdown of law and order situation thus facilitating the dismissal of the state government. The 9 songs of the film are musical treats, and I am happy restricting myself to watching the video clips of the songs. I will not miss the visual effects shown in the film as they are mainly used in the song picturization. All the songs have been written by P K Mishra. One song from the film has been represented on the Blog.

The two most popular songs of the film, if I go by the number of times, they were shown on the TV music channels in the year 1995 were ‘muqabala muqabala’ and ‘urvasi urvasi’. The immense popularity of these two songs seems to have sidelined in the popularity chart, my favourite song from the film, ‘sun ri sakhi meri pyaari sakhi’ which I am discussing here. The song is rendered by Hariharan. I have also enjoyed listening to the song’s Tamil equivalent, Ennavale adi ennavale rendered by debutant playback singer, P Unnikrishnan.

This song has everything. The beautiful lyrics by P K Mishra, the pleasing to the ear melody, the novelty in the orchestration, the soulful rendition by Hariharan and nicely picturised on Prabhu Deva and Nagma with visual effects in a picturesque location gives a feel of sublime love song. For P K Mishra, it is not an easy work of transliteration of Tamil song into Hindi as he has to find the appropriate Hindi words to match the lip syncing of Tamil words on actors in the song picturisation. So, in some lines, P K Mishra has used words in Hindi which is not the exact translation but broadly in line with the mood of the song.

I often get a feel of spirituality in A R Rahman’s musical compositions in which the semi-classical melody is blended with soulful orchestrations. For example, the violin played between 1:58 – 2:18 and the flute (probably played by Naveen Kumar) between 3:30 – 3:48 of the song provide the synergy of soul and exuberant. Another feature of the song is that Hariharan sings in a higher octave (pitch) some lines in the song to emphasise the genuineness of love. The wordings of the song also give me a feel of the Radha-Krishna song. This is more pronounced when I listen to the audio clip.

The song has a classical Carnatic touch. A couple of comments on ‘ennavale adi ennavale’ suggest that the song is based on Carnatic raag Neelambari. A further search on Youtube reveals that this raag is mainly used for singing lullaby. Truely, listening to this song makes me to close eyes with mind relaxed. I have listened to this song as well as its Tamil version many times during the last few days and my interest in the song has not diminished.

Video Clip:

Audio Clip (Full)

Song-Sun ri sakhi meri pyaari sakhi (Ham Se Hai Muqaabla)(1995) Singer-Hariharan, Lyrics-P K Mishra, MD-A R Rahman
Unidentified female singer

Lyrics (based on Audio Clip):

hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm…..m
hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm…..m
hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm…..m

sun ri sakhi meri pyaari sakhi
yeh dil kahin khoya hai mera
jaane kahaan ise bhool gaya
nahin kuchh bhi hai mujhko pata
teri paayal mein maine dhoondh liya
tere kadmon tale sajni
pyaar kiya to jaan gaya
yeh mushkil hai kitni ee
meri saanson mein tera pyaar basa
aankhon mein tumhin sajni ee
sun ri sakhi meri pyaari sakhi
yeh dil kahin khoya hai mera

hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm

kaise tujhe izhaar karoon main
haalat iss dil ki
tan mein man mein iss dhadkan mein
ho rahi halchal si
dekhe bina tujhe lagti hai
ik yug si ek ghadi
sab nazren jo dekh rahin
mere dil mein dahshat si
yeh swarg hai
yaa nark hai
mujhko hosh nahin
meri zindagi aur maut hai
ab haath mein tere hi…ee ee ee
sun ri sakhi meri pyaari sakhi
yeh dil kahin khoya hai mera

hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm

koyaliya tu kah de
to tujhe geet sunaaun main
naagmani teri naagin si
zulfon ko sanwaaroon main
chandramukhi tujhe neend nahin
to lori sunaaun main
thhandi hawa nahin lag jaaye
tujhe chunari odaaun main
mere pyaar ki jo baat hai
kaanon mein bataaun main
tere kadamon ke jo nishaan hain
yaadon mein basaaun main…aen aen aen
sun ri sakhi meri pyaari sakhi
yeh dil kahin khoya hai mera
jaane kahaan ise bhool gaya
nahin kuchh bhi hai mujhko pata
teri paayal mein maine dhoondh liya
tere kadamon tale sajni
pyaar kiya to jaan gaya
yeh mushkil hai kitni
meri saanson mein tera pyaar basa
aankhon mein tumhin sajni
sun ri sakhi meri pyaari sakhi
yeh dil kahin khoya hai mera


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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5309 Post No. : 17404 Movie Count :

4687

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # (Missing movies of 1973-12)
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(A tribute to Ramesh Deo)

Today(30 January 2023) we introduce the movie “Hum Junglee Hain” from the year ‘1973’ on the blog.

Today 30th January’2023 is the ninety-seventh birth anniversary of yesteryears’ film actor Ramesh Deo.
He was born on 30th January’1926. If he would have been alive today he would have turned ninety-six today. He passed away last year on 2nd February’2022.

In his long career in Hindi and Marathi film industry he acted in many movies, and also in Marathi Stage Plays.

We have fond memories of his roles like Dr Kulkarni in ‘Anand’ and many other character roles and especially the negative roles he played in the Hindi movies.

I am not going into the details of his filmography in this post. Our Respected Shri Sudhir ji had done a detailed post on Ramesh Deo last year which I would like every ‘movie-buff’ should read. This post can be read here.

Ramesh Deo was a part of many movies of the ‘seventies’ when we were growing watching ‘Hindi movies’. He had a played a role in today’s movie, where I guess his role was of a ‘second lead’ in this movie. I have never watched this movie till now and I was not aware about its song till the preparation of this post. Though, I am yet to listen to the other songs from this movie. I had come across this song about a month back and since then I was holding it for presenting it on this occasion today.

On screen it is Ramesh Deo performing on this beautiful song with Vijaya Shree.

Here is a brief about the today’s movie.

“Hum Junglee Hain” was directed by P. Subramaniyam for ‘Rani Productions, Madras’.

This movie was produced by V.C. Jain and G.C. Lalwan.

The cast of this movie included Kiran Kumar, Manish, Sapru, Paintal, Birbal, Aparna Choudhury, Kavish, Shanti, Viraj, Brahmachari, Santosh Kumar, Annamma and others, with Ramesh Deo and Vijaya Shree.

Anand and Cho were introduced in this movie.

This movie was written by C.L. Kavish. Story of this movie was by P. Subramaniyam who also directed this movie.

Hrishikesh Mukherjee had done the supervision for editing of this movie. Editing was done by Gopalakrishnan and Babu.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 22.11.1973.

As the title of this movie suggests it is based on a story involving ‘Jungle’ and the ‘animal’ there. Even there is a song in this movie ‘haathhi ke daant le lo’…
The titles of this movie mention that this movie has been shot in the ‘Jungles’ of ‘Kerala’.

This movie has seven sound tracks including six songs. All the songs for this movie were written by Vedpal Verma who also composed the songs of this movie.
Background music for this movie was composed by Pugazendi.

Here is the detail of songs in this movie :-

SNo Song Title Singer/s
01 Jab se dekha hai tumko Mohd Rafi, Usha Mangeshkar
02 Laa laa …main mehndi rachaaungi Asha Bhonsle
03 Haathhi ke daant le lo P. B. Shrinivas, L.R. Eswari
04 Baaton baaton mein mere dil ko… Mohd Rafi, Usha Mangeshkar
05 Khilaa re … chaand khilaa taare khile Mahendra Kapoor, Usha Mangeshkar, chorus
06 Laa laa … naa mehndi rachaa saki Asha Bhonsle
07 Dance Music

The titles of this movie mentioned Asha Bhonsle, Mohammad Rafi, Mahendra Kapoor, P.B. Srinivas, and L.R. Eswari as playback singers for this movie.

That means the titles of this movie does not mention the name of Usha Mangeshkar as playback singer for this movie.

However HFGK Vol-V (1971-1980) gives credit to Usha Mangeshkar for three songs in this movie. Today’s song is one of them.

The audio-video links of the today’s song and HFGK Vol-V (1971-1980) mention Mohd Rafi and Usha Mangeshkar as singers for the today’s song.

As mentioned above on screen it is Ramesh Deo and Vijaya Shree performing on this song. I think this song is a nice song and it should be a better-known song. But I do not remember to have heard it even on radio over these years.

With today’s song this movie ‘Hum Junglee Hain-1973’ makes its debut on the blog today.

Let us remember Ramesh Deo and pay him our tributes today and listen to this song picturised on him.

Video

Audio

Song-Baaton baaton mein mere dil ko churaaya tumne (Hum Junglee Hain)(1973) Singer/s-Mohd Rafi, Usha Mangeshkar, Lyrics-Vedpal Verma, Music-Vedpal Verma
Both

Lyrics

(Dialogues not included)

baaton baaton mein mere
dil ko churaaya tumne
kaun ho tum
kaun ho tum
mujhko raaton mein
bahot der jagaaya tumne
kaun ho tum
kaun ho tum

meri raahon mein naye
phool khilaaye tumne ae
meri raahon mein naye
phool khilaaye tumne ae
meri aankhon ko
naye khwaab dikhaaye tumne ae

meri tanhaayi ko
khushiyon se basaaya tumne
kaun ho tum
kaun ho tum mm

zindagi jhool gayi ee
aaj meri baahon mein ae
zindagi jhool gayi
aaj meri baahon mein ae
maine tasveer basaa li hai
in nigaahon mein

meri bikhri huyi duniya ko
sajaaya tumne
kaun ho tum
kaun ho tum mm

aa
aa
aa
aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa 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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5309 Post No. : 17403

#the Decade of Fourties – 1941 – 1950 #
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In this post I once again present a song from the year ‘1947’. Ever since I became aware that in this year ‘1947’ there were maximum number of movies released in a single year, and this record was only broken in the year ‘1985’ (reference Shri Arunkumar ji’s post on the blog) I have become curious to go through the songs of ‘1947. And also try to bring more from ‘1947’ on the blog.

That also gives me an opportunity to listen to songs which I have not listened to so far or refresh my memory for the songs those I have heard earlier and those I am familiar with earlier.

In this post, I am presenting a song from the ‘1947’ movie ‘EK Kadam’.

One song from this movie has already been posted on the blog earlier on 14.12.2017.

I am reproducing the text below about this movie and its songs which Atul ji has mentioned while presenting the first song from this movie on the blog.

“Ek Kadam”(1947) was directed by Ramnik Desai for ‘Sunrich Productions, Bombay’. This “social “movie had Damyanti Sahni, Ansari, Raj Kachlu, Gayatri, Baburao etc in it. Neither the movie nor the actors ring any bells. That is how obscure this movie is.

Even the numbers of songs in this movie are not known. HFGK lists six songs and leaves blanks indicating that the movie had other songs as well whose details are not known.

I am adding below the detail of the six songs that HFGK Vol-II (1941-1950) has mentioned for this movie.

Mohd Rafi

SNo Song Title Singer/s
01 Chalo biraadaro chalo Various artistes
02 Kaate naa kate re mora dinwaa Kusum Mantri, Zohrabai Ambalewali
03 Ek kadam aur ek kadam Shamshad Begum
04 Tub hi rah main bhi Shamshad Begum
05 Panchhi bhool gaya wo gaana Shamshad Begum
06 Ab phir se, phir phir se yaad aaye kyun Shamshad Begum

As mentioned in HFGK Vol-II (1941-1950) the lyricist for this movie was Avtar Visharad and music for this movie was composed by Prakash Nath Sharma.

Today’s song is sung by Kusum Mantri and Zohrabai Ambalewali.

The song is a nice song wherein the girl is expressing her feelings to her saheli and telling how she is excited about the ‘piya-milan’.

Only the audio of this song is available.

Audio

Song-Kaate na kate re mora dinwa (Ek Kadam)(1947) Singers-Kusum Mantri, Zohrabai Ambalewali, Lyrics-Avtar Vishaarad, MD-Prakash Nath Sharma

Lyrics

kaate naa kate re mora
dinwaa
gawanwaa kab hoyi
kaate naa kate re mora
dinwaa
gawanwaa kab hoyi
hoye jiske aanganwaa
jawanwa
gawanwaa
kab hoyi
hoye jiske aanganwaa
jawanwaa
gawanwaa
kab hoyi
kaate naa kate re mora
dinwaa
gawanwaa kab hoyi

nainan pyaas lagi hai
aankh milne ki lagi hai
nainan pyaas lagi hai
aankh milne ki lagi hai
dheeraj dhare naa
dheeraj dhare naa
mora manwaa
gawanwaa kab hoyi
hoye
maane naa kahanwaa maganwaa
gawanwaa kab hoyi
hoye
maane naa kahanwaa maganwaa
gawanwaa kab hoyi
kaate naa kate re mora
dinwaa
gawanwaa kab hoyi

man naa laage ae
man naa laage re
sakhiyan mein ae ae
neer dhare re ankhiyan mein
ho ji
man naa laage re
sakhiyan mein ae ae
neer dhare re ankhiyan mein
ae ae
bhayi re
sajanwaa sapanwaa
gawanwaa
kab hoyi
hoye
maane na kahanwaa maganwaa
gawanwaa kab hoyi
hoye
maane na kahanwaa maganwaa
gawanwaa kab hoyi
kaate naa kate re mora
dinwaa
gawanwaa kab hoyi

mohe jawaani sataaye
baat nahin koi bhaaye ae
mohe jawaani sataaye
baat nahin koi bhaaye ae
kaun mujhe samjhaaye
piya ke bhawanwaa milanwaa
haan
haan
gawanwaa kab hoyi
kaate naa kate re mora
dinwaa
gawanwaa kab hoyi
hoye jiske aanganwaa
jawanwaa
gawanwaa
kab hoyi
hoye jiske aanganwaa
jawanwaa
gawanwaa
kab hoyi
kaate naa kate re mora
dinwaa
gawanwaa kab hoyi


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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5309 Post No. : 17402

Today’s song is from a film Pahela Pyaar-1947, which has a halo of speculation and is shrouded in mystery.

This film was made under the banner of Sagar Movietone. Sagar Movietone was started as a film making company in 1931 by Chimanlal Desai and Dr. Ambalal Patel. Both of them had their Distribution and Exhibition business in Bangalore. Dr. Patel left Sagar Movietone and returned to his original business of Distribution. (He started his company Sudama Productions and made 3 Hindi films in 1940 and 1941). Desai continued with Sagar till 1940, making 52 Hindi talkie films, 4 Gujarati, 5 Tamil, 3 Telugu and 1 each Punjabi and Bangla films.

He then Closed Sagar and joined National studios with Fazalbhoy and Tatas to make films. After only 3 films, Desai left and established his own Amar pictures. (National studios made 16 films before closing down.)After making 6 films in Amar pictures, Chimanlal made Pahela Pyar-1947 again under Sagar Movietone’s banner and also later made a Gujarati film Kariyawar-1948 too for Sagar movietone. After this Chimanlal Desai went back to his original business of Distribution and Exhibition.

The moot question is why and how after closing down Sagar movietone in 1940, 2 films were made under this banner again ? We could not find any answer for this mystery. I personally spoke to Shri Biren Kothari ji, author of the excellent research book ” Sagar Movietone”, but he could not get any answer to this question either from the surviving members of Chimanlal Desai family or any contemporary documents. So, one more riddle added to the list of unsolved mysteries of Hindi film history !

The film was directed by A.P.Kapoor, a veteran from the early cinema. A.P. aka Anand Prasad Kapoor was a well known director of early cinema. He had directed 14 silent films before trying his hand at a Talkie film. He was born in 1892 at benares. After matriculation, he came to Bombay and joined the film industry doing odd jobs. His first silent film as a director was Fairy of the Flute-1927 made by Sharda Film Co. His first talkie film as a director was Radhesham-1932, jointly directed by R.L.Shorey. This was a film made in Lahore.

He directed 18 talkie films. He also acted in 2 films. He wrote 32 songs in 3 films as a Lyricist. He also sang 6 songs in 5 films. His last film as a director was Chor-1950. At this stage he realised that his old style was no more acceptable with the new set up. So he retired. A.P.Kapoor died on 16-9-1966 at Bombay.

The Music Director of this film was Premnath (not the famous actor. He was different). The cast of the film was Vaqnmala, Agha jan,Sulochana Chatterjee, David,K.N.Singh, Bibbo etc. This was the last film for Bibbo in india. She migrated to pakistan. This was also the film for Agha as a hero. After this he started doing character roles and as a Comedian. For even Vanmala, this was her last film as a heroine.

Agha (21-3-1914 to 30-4-1992) was of Persian descent.He was born in Poona. He was known for comic roles and modeled himself on Bob Hope’s style of acting. He appeared in 328 Hindi films in his career between 1935 and 1986. His son, Jalal Agha, also became an actor, most known for the song, Mehbooba Mehbooba from the film Sholay-75.

Agha confessed that he went to school for just three days, “that was as long as I could stand it”. He spent time “mooching” around Poona Race course, as he wanted to become a jockey and loved horses. Later in life Agha owned 2 Race Horses and was seen on Bombay and Poona Racecourses very often.

Agha came to Bombay and joined his neighbourhood drama group. His interest in acting took him to films where in 1933 he started as a production manager in Kanwal Movietone.

Agha’s first film was Kanwal Movietone’s Stree Dharma also called Painted Sin (1935) starring Mehtab and Nazir. However, his films Karwan-e-Husn (1935), Wadia’sRangila Mazdoor (1938), and Anuradha (1940) helped him gain recognition as a comic actor. He acted in Kikubhai Desai’s (Manmohan Desai’s father) Circus Ki Sundari (1941) which was popular and this helped in getting lead roles in films like Muqabala (1942), Laheri Cameraman (1944) and Taxi Driver (1944). His most active years were from the 1930s to 1960s.

Agha even sang 6 songs in 5 films, namely Stree Dharma-35, Toofan Express-38, Muqabala-42, Piya ghar aaja-47 and Meri Asha-50. He was the Hero in Bombay Talkies film Jwar Bhata-44, in which Dilip Kumar made a debut. Dilip was the secondary Hero. This fact Agha used to always tell. Later on ofcourse the picture reversed and Agha became a tailpiece to Dilip in his films. He had acted in 328 films in all.

Agha had 3 daughters and one son-Jalal Agha. His wife’s name was Masuma.

Agha died on 30 April 1992 of a heart attack in Pune, Maharashtra, India. He was 78 years old. He was survived by three daughters and one son, Jalal Agha. Jalal Agha died on 5 March 1995, in New Delhi, also of a heart attack. Agha was only once nominated for Filmfare Best supporting actor’s award for Ghunghat-60.

One funny thing about today’s song is that there is another song from the film ” Captain India”-1960, having the same mukhada, word by word, but the lyrics, Lyricist and the singer are different. Today’s song is sung by Shamshad Begum and is written by Balam Pardesi.


Song- Chhoone na doongi shareer balam jee (Pahela Pyaar)(1947) Singer- Shamshad begum, Lyricist- Balam Pardesi, MD- Premnath

Lyrics

Chhoone na doongi
Chhoone na doongi shareer balam jee
haan haan balam jee
najariyon se jee bhar doongi
Chhoone na doongi
Chhoone na doongi shareer balam jee
haan haan balam jee
najariyon se jee bhar doongi
Chhoone na doongi

nanad gayi bajariya
saas mandirwa
saas mandirwa
mohe balam chhede
kya karoon haay daiyya
mohe balam chhede
kya karoon haay daiyya
?? akeli mohe
jaan akeli sainyya
jaan akeli sainyya
? akeli mohe
jaan akeli sainyya
manmaani tori chalne na doongi
sainyya
chalne na doongi sainyya
ho
najariyon se jee bhar doongi
Chhoone na doongi
Chhoone na doongi shareer balam jee
haan haan balam jee
najariyon se jee bhar doongi
Chhoone na doongi

door hato jee dekho baat badhaao na
door hato jee dekho baat badhaao na
paas na aao more
jaao jee
jaao na
paas na aao more
jaao jee
jaao na
pyaar karoge to main
shor karoongi haan
pyaar karoge to main
shor karoongi haan
dil ki baataan
dhone na doongi sainyya
dhone na doongi sainyya
ho najariyon se jee bhar doongi
Chhoone na doongi
Chhoone na doongi shareer balam jee
haan haan balam jee
najariyon se jee bhar doongi
Chhoone na doongi
Chhoone na doongi shareer balam jee
haan haan balam jee
najariyon se jee bhar doongi
Chhoone na doongi


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Blog Day :

5308 Post No. : 17401

#the Decade of Fourtees – 1941 – 1950 #
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Today’s song is from the ‘1947’ movie ‘Bhakt Ke Bhagwaan’.

It was directed by V.M. Vyas for ‘Sunrise Pictures’.

The cast of this movie included Ratnamala, Umakant, Rani Premlata, Bhaktaraj Shankardas, Natwar Lal Chauhan, Mehar Sulatana, Shantabai, Radha, Saguna, Tara, Chandrika, Master Dhuliya, Babu Raje, Shyam, Haridas and others.

This movie has eight songs as per details given below.

HFGK Vol-II (1941-1950) mentions the lyricist as Kavi Manswi Prantijwala and one song is written by Kabil Amritsari.

Music for this movie is composed by Chhannalal Thakur. HFGK Vol-II mentions that Shanti Kumar was the background music composer for this movie.

Here is the list of songs in this movie:-

SNo Song Title Lyricist Singer/s
01 Hari gun gaa, hari ka bhajan karo Kavi Manswi Prantijwala Bindu Joshi, chorus
02 Bhakt ke bhagwaan tera hi naam smaran Kavi Manswi Prantijwala Not mentioned
03 Sajni chhoti si hai baat Kavi Manswi Prantijwala Rajkumari
04 Aaj hai pratham milan ki raat Kavi Manswi Prantijwala Rajkumari
05 Roothh gaye hansi ke din roti hoon intezaar mein Kabil Amritsari Rajkumari
06 Ae chaand tu bataa de mera chaand hai kahaan Kavi Manswi Prantijwala Rajkumari
07 Garjo ghan gagan ghor Kavi Manswi Prantijwala Not mentioned
08 Aao hari, aao hari, aasha hamaari niraasha na ho Kavi Manswi Prantijwala Bindu Joshi, Rajkumari

This movie had made its debut on the blog on 08.02.2016 with its song ‘sajni chhoti si ha baat’. This song remains the only song from this movie to be posted on the blog so far.

Today we present the second song from this movie in the voice of Rajkumari. This a lovely song for ‘missing the beloved’. 🙂
Lyrics are by Kavi Manswi Prantijwala and music is composed by Chhannalal Thakur.

Only the audio of this song is available

Let us now listen to this song from ‘Bhakt Ke Bhagwaan-1947’…

Audio

Song-Ae chaand tu bata de mera chaand hai kahaan (Bhakt Ke Bhagwaan)(1947) Singer-Rajkumari, Lyrics-Kavi Manswi Prantijwala, MD-Chhannalal Thakur

Lyrics

chaand
ae chaand
ae chaand
ae chaand
ay chaand tu bataa de
mera chaand hai kahaan
ae chaand tu bataa de
mera chaand hai kahaan
main yahaan
wo kahaan aa
ae chaand tu bataa de
mera chaand hai kahaan
ae chaand tu bataa de
mera chaand hai kahaan
main yahaan
wo kahaan aa

ae chaand teri chaandni
sandesaa laayi hai
ae chaand teri chaandni
sandesaa laayi hai
prem ki jogan
ki saugand(?) lene aayi hai
prem ki jogan
ki saugand(?) lene aayi hai
aaj ye pukaar meri
aayegi wahaan
aaj ye pukaar meri
aayegi wahaan
ae chaand tu bataa de
mera chaand hai kahaan
ae chaand tu bataa de
mera chaand hai kahaan
main yahaan
wo kahaan aa

ae chaand tu bataa de
mera chaand hai kahaan
ae chaand tu bataa de
mera chaand hai kahaan
main yahaan

wo kaunsi badli mein
jaa ke chhup gaye hain
wo kaunsi badli mein
jaa ke chhup gaye hain
unko hamaari yaad hai ke
bhool gaye hain ae
unko hamaari yaad hai ke
bhool gaye hain ae
main kuchh bhi kahoon
kaise meri band hai zabaan
main kuchh bhi kahoon
kaise meri band hai zabaan
ae chaand tu bataa de
mera chaand hai kahaan
ae chaand tu bataa de
mera chaand hai kahaan
main yahaan
wo kahaan aa


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This article is the 17400th song post for the blog.

Blog Day :

5307 Post No. : 17400

That moment is here again with us. The moment when we reach a century of songs in the blog and post a special song to mark the occasion.

What is so special, one may ask. We already have 173 such occasions in the blog.

Indeed we had 173 such occasions and this is the 174th century for the blog.

Still, I find this century somewhat different vis a vis other centuries in general, and with other recent centuries in particular.

If we look at the rate at which we have been clocked our centuries, here is what we observe

Time taken for century Number of occasions Date of First occasion (century number) Date of final occasion (Century number) Remarks
upto twenty days (Fast centuries) 65 5 January 2009 (5th century) 31 January 2015 (108th century) Fastest century in 11 days- 46th century on 9 september 2011)
from 21 to 40 days (Medium Fast centuries) 68 25 November 2008 (3rd century) 21 September 2020 (160th century)
from 41 to 60 days (Slow centuries) 26 5 November 2008 (2nd century) 27 March 2022 (169th century)
from 61 to 80 days (Very Slow centuries) 14 17 September 2008 (1st century) 31 December 2022 (173rd century) Slowest century in 77 days- 170th century on 12 June 2022
Total 173

We can observe that the last time we had a fast century (in 20 days or less) was on 31 January 2015, viz 8 years ago ! Even our last medium fast century (scored between 21 to 40 days) was more than two years ago. In other words, the centuries that we are scoring continuously for more than two years are all slow centuries that are taking between 41 to 77 days.

This century, which is achieved in 28 days becomes the fastest century in the blog since 23 march 2018, when century number 142 was scored in 26 days.

In addition, we achieve 100 posts in a month in a long long time. The last time it was achieved was in March 2018 (113 posts). Hopefully, this century will be just the shift in momentum and the shot in the arm for this blog that was badly overdue.

One can notice that majority of posts in this latest century are guest posts. Bulk of guest posts are by one single overenthusiastic contributor Avinash Scrapwala who contribured a whopping 53 posts out of 100 ! One fellow contributor jokingly commented that he has set up a post writing factory. 😄

There are 22 other guest posts as well. That makes it 75 guest posts out of 100 ! My own contributions were mainly in the form of Blog Ten Year Challenge posts.

As many as 29 posts introduced new movies to the blog ! Five movies got YIPPEED during this century. 14 posts were Blog Ten Year Challenge posts. Lyrics for most of these songs were sent by Prakashchandra.

As we add songs, the background work needed to manage them has increased considerably. That is one major reason that has prevented me to post more of my articles. Articles where I discuss some topics of interest have also dried up. Hopefully I will be able to restore them soon.

In all this discussion, I was almost forgetting about the song. It is a song that I had discovered a while back and I had earmarked it for some special occasion. Then I forgot all about this song. When Prakashchandra sent this song as blog Ten Year Challenge then I got reacquinted with this song. I resisted the temptation to post this song as part of Blog Ten Year Challenge.

This song is a joie de vivre genre of song that is bound to cheer up the listeners. This song is not by well known artists. Rather, this song is acreation of unknown artists. The singer is totally unknown,. She recently made her debut in the blog when another song from this movie was taken up as part of Blog Ten Year Challenge.

The music director and lyricists are also less known. That is how rare this song and its details are.

This song is from “Bulbul”(1951). This obscure movie was directed by A Rashid for Hindustan Productions, Bombay. This movie had Majnu, Rukhsaana, Dilaawar, Sarla Devi, Jyotsna, Maqbool, Mannan, Sheikh etc in it.

“Bulbul”(1951) had five songs in it. Three songs have been covered in the blog so far. This fourth song from “Bulbul”(1951) is sung by Suman Purohit, a singer about whom I know nothing. For that matter even the lyricist A Rashid is an unknown name. Music is composed by K S Ragi who is relatively better known since we had had a few of his compositions already represented in the blog.

Here is this wonderful song from “Bulbul”(1951). Rare it may be, but it has the effect of cheering up the listener every time one listens to it. It is a forgotten gem created by forgotten artists.

This post is the ninth post of thed day. That is yet another record for the blog for quite some time. The last time nine songs were covered in one day was on 31 july 2020. It is only the 43rdday (out of 5307 days) that nine songs have been posted in the blog. The record for a day is 13, however.

The lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

This year has begun well for the blog. Let us hope that we sustain this momentum throuyghout the year.

I take this opportunity to thank all our contributors, visitors, well wishers and music lovers who keep supporting this blog in one way or the other and keep providing the fuel to drive this musical bandwagon.


Song-Preet bhare geet gaayen preet bhare (Bulbul)(1951) Singer-Suman Purohit, Lyrics-A Rashid, MD-K S Ragi

Lyrics (Providede by Prakashchandra)

preet bhare geet gaayen
preet bhare
preet bhare geet gaayen
preet bhare geet gaayen
aa aa
hil mil ke ik nayi duniya basaayen
ho duniya basaayen
preet bhare
preet bhare geet gaayen
preet bhare geet gaayen

nadiya ka shor
ghata ghan ghor
chhaayi chaaron oar
nadiya ka shor
ghata ghan ghor
chhaayi chaaron oar
aa aa
aise mein do dil chhip chhip ke aayen
ho chhip chhip ke aayen
preet bhare
preet bhare geet gaayen
preet bhare geet gaayen

haathon mein haath
chaandni ho raat
nayi nayi baat
haathon mein haath
chaandni ho raat
nayi nayi baat
aa aa
ek ek ko dekhen chheden
sharmaa hi jaayen
ho sharmaa hi jaayen
preet bhare
preet bhare geet gaayen
preet bhare geet gaayen

bhool na jaana
mera fasaana
jo tumko sunaana
bhool na jaana
mera fasaana
jo tumko sunaana
aa aa
pyaar ki naiyya mein kahin door jaayen
ho kahin door jaayen
preet bhare
preet bhare geet gaayen
preet bhare geet gaayen
aa aa
hil mil ke ik nayi duniya basayen
ho duniya basaayen
preet bhare
preet bhare geet gaayen
preet bhare geet gaayen
preet bhare geet gaayen
preet bhare geet gaayen


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Blog Day :

5307 Post No. : 17399 Movie Count :

4686

Celebrating a wedding at Bangalore
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The wedding of my nephew (Elder sisters son) was solemnised at Bangalore in the last week of December. The groom is born in Mumbai, but has grown up studied and now working also in Bangalore, so he is a Bangaloria, through and through. I used to call him Bangaloria when he was a kid, for the way he would speak the local dialect. The engagement had taken place at Belgaum in August. The bride’s family are very traditional and conservative. They wanted the wedding to take place within 2-3 months. November was the month, they wanted to plan. Since we had our Turkey visit already planned for November end, and my brother had only few days leave in December, somehow, a date suiting all made final.

By the grace of Almighty Allah, all went well with the wedding and all functions. All the guest from different places and overseas, reached on time. The weddings in Bangalore are more disciplined, and set time is adhered to unlike what happens in Mumbai. I applaud the people of Bangalore city, for ‘jhelofying’ the traffic conditions and keeping to the times. The 4 days I spent there; it was like half the life is spend in travel from place to place. Regulars of the blog, from Bangalore can testify, that if 5 km distance travel is involved, ½ an hour travel time is a given. The groom’s house and the bride’s houses are in the areas on opposite side of an arterial road, not very far from the location where the flyover for the airport starts. What all was looking good and convenient and accessible on paper, was not the same on ground. But eventually everyone reached their destinations safely and no one missed anything. Everyone blessed the couple, enjoyed the hearty feasts, and all went home to their own cities and houses and jobs, having made some new memories of the event.

The nikaah was in the morning so that same evening was free for those who wanted to roam around. So, we also did, roam around the city in the car amid heavy traffic on Christmas eve with my sister, cousins, children etc. We were on MG road for a good dining place. I remembered a scene in Aamir Khan’s “Raakh”, which was set in some year 2030 MG road in an Indian metro city. The movie released in 1989 but the story dated some 50 years after. This is what I recall, but not sure. Eventually we left MG road and went to another area where restaurants were open till 2.00 am. Bangalore has changed in this regard in last 11-12 years.

Weddings are special, in the way they bring people together to catch up, relive the old times. Meeting and greeting the close and far off relations, plus old friends, with whom we have lost touch is also a bonus. My sisters two close friends live in Mumbai, but do not get to meet each other often. They came to Bangalore to attend the wedding and found a rare opportunity to spend time with each other. They were regular visitors in our house till my sister was alive, and they know most of the extended family also because of this.

Many people who knew my sisters since she shifted to Bangalore in 1994, her neighbours in the earlier house and her business associated, were among the guests at reception by grooms’ side, to bless the new couple. One of the associate/friends at the wedding was actor Feroz Khan’s and singer Kanchan’s cousin, who was used to share film industry’s’ inside news with my sister. My sister was a film buff, like I am a film song buff. She used to pore over filmy gossip magazines.

Let us go back to the wedding. The bride is a sweet girl, who has studied in Belgaum, Shimla, Jaipur, and Ajmer. Due to her father’s posting in Belgaum some years ago and for the last few years, they were staying in Belgaum, where the engagement in August took place. Her family hails from ‘Madanapalle’ in Andhra Pradesh. This place is also known and important for when Rabindra Nath Tagore visited the Besant Theosophical College there. It is known that Rabindra Nath Tagore composed the tune of ‘Jana gana mana’ while staying in Madanapalle. As soon as I got to know that the girl is from a place called “madanapalle”, I googled and got the above trivia.

So here to the addition of new member in the family and to the value addition to the nephew s life, where he is now responsible for another person’s wellbeing and happiness. In the small intimate ceremony of family members at home, right after the wedding, the bride and the groom were asked to sing songs and say a poem where they must take each other’s names. When I suggested this song “aaj se teri saari galiyan meri ho gayin” for the groom to sing for his bride, he did not agree, saying this is very unfair, everything belongs to her and I get nothing, only ‘galiyan’ & ‘gham’! 😊.

But it is only fair that you give her everything that she has left behind in her parent’s house, to come to your place, she brings her destiny with her, joins it with you and makes your house, a home. Alhamdullillah.

So the song I am presenting is the same one, from the film ‘Pad Man”(2017). This is the trivia about the film:

• The film was a “cinematic adaptation” of the life story of Arunachalam Muruganantham, a social entrepreneur from Coimbatore. Arunachalam is known for developing low-cost sanitary pads and for increasing awareness about menstrual hygiene practices. The Government of India awarded him the Padma Shri in 2016.
• The film’s concept credited to Twinkle Khanna. While she produced the film, her husband Akshay Kumar played the lead role in it. Twinkle Khanna had written a short story titled “The Sanitary Man of Sacred Land” in 2016 which, like the film, was based on the life of Arunachalam Muruganantham. The story was part of a collection of stories written by her titled “The Legend of Lakshmi Prasad”.

The lead actors in the film were Akshay Kumar, Radhika Apte and Sonam Kapoor. The song is a written by Kausar Munir and composer is Amit Trivedi. Arjit Singh is the singer. Their tally in the blog so far is this:

Amit Trivedi 5
Kausar Munir 2
Arijit Singh 7

This is a celebratory song, with Akshay Kumar making all type of promises to Radhika Apte and in return only needing her to make ‘maalpue’ sometimes and ‘khul ke muskurana’ sometimes. Cute and generous to boot. ‘Bangaluria” bhanje, do take note.
For history of ‘maalpue’ in the blog, one may revisit this post.

Full audio:

Video:

Song-Aaj se teri saari galiyaan meri ho gayin (Pad Man)(2017) Singer-Arijit Singh, Lyrics-Kausar Munir, MD-Amit Trivedi

Lyrics (as per audio)

Aaj se teri
saari galiyaan
meri ho gayin
aaj se meraa
ghar teraa ho gayaa
Aaj se teri
saari galiyaan
meri ho gayin
aaj se meraa
ghar teraa ho gayaa
aaj se meri
saari khushiyaan
teri ho gayin
aaj se teraa
gham meraa ho gayaa
ho tere kaandhe ka jo til hai
ho tere seene mein jo dil hai
ho teri Bijli ka jo bill hai
aaj se meraa ho gayaa
ho mere khwaabon ka ambar
ho meri khushiyon ka samandar
ho mere pin code ka number
aaj se teraa ho gayaa

tere maathe ae ae ae ae ae ae ae ae
tere maathhe ke kumkum ko
main tilak lagaa ke ghoomoongaa
teri baali ki chhum chhum ko
main dil se lagaa ke jhoomoongaa
meri chhotti se bhoolon ko tu
nadiya mein bahaa denaa
tere joode ke phoolon ko
main apni shirt mein pehnoongaa
bas mere liye tu maalpuye
kabhi kabhi bana denaa
aaj se meri saari ratiyaan
teri ho gayin
aaj se tera
din meraa ho gayaa
ho tere kaandhe ka jo til hai
ho tere seene mein jo dil hai
ho teri Bijli ka jo bill hai
aaj se meraa ho gayaa
ho mere khwaabon ka ambar
ho meri khushiyon ka samandar
ho mere pin code ka number
aaj se teraa ho gayaa

tu maange sardi mein Amiya
jo maange garmi mein moongphaliyaan
tu baarish mein agar keh de
ja mere liye tu dhoop khilaa
to main sooraj a a a a a
to main sooraj ko jhatak doonga
to main saawan ko gatak loongaa
to saare taaron sang chanda
main teri goad mein rakh doongaa
bas mere liye tu khil ke kabhi
muskuraa denaa
aaj se meri
saari sadiyaan
teri ho gayin
aaj se teraa
pal meraa ho gayaa
ho tere kaandhe ka jo til hai
ho tere seene mein jo dil hai
ho teri Bijli ka jo bill hai
aaj se meraa ho gayaa
ho mere khwaabon ka ambar
ho meri khushiyon ka samandar
ho mere pin code ka number
aaj se
teraa ho gayaa
Aaj se teri
saari galiyaan
meri ho gayin
aaj se meraa
ghar teraa ho gayaa


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Blog Day :

5307 Post No. : 17398

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2013-2023) – Song No. 14
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On this date ten years back viz on 28 January 2013, seven songs from six different movies , plus one NFS were covered in the blog. Here are the details:-

Blog post number Song Movie (Year) Remarks
7415 Ae gham naseeb gham ko lahoo kar piye jaa Tigress (1948) Movie YIPPEED by now
7416 Diya to jala sab raat re baalam Dhaake Mi Malmal(1956) Movie YIPPEED by now
7417 Kahaan hai kahaan hai Kanhaiyya Kanhaiyya (1959) Movie YIPPEED by now
7418 Nand nandan bilmaai Suman Kalyanpur NFS (1970)
7419 Dil le ke daga denge Naya Daur (1957) Movie YIPPEED by now
7420 Kuchh apni khushi kuchh gham mere Captain Sheroo(1963) 3 songs covered out of 7 by now
7420 Na jaane din kaise jeewan mein aaye hain Chala Murari Hero Banane (1977) 2 songs out of 6 by now

We observe that four movies (out of six movies) whose songs were covered on this date ten years ago (on 28 January 2013) have since been YIPPEED in the blog. That leaves us with two movies that are eligible for Blog Ten Year Challenge today (28 January 2023).

The first movie, “Captain Sheroo”(1963) was already taken up under BTYC earlier in the day. That leaves us with these4cond BTYC eligible movie of the day.

This movie is “Chala Murari Hero Banane”(1977). This movie was produced by Surinder Kumar Sharma and directed by Asrani for Asrani enterprises, Bombay. Asrani had acted in this movie in the title role. The movie also had Bindiya Goswami and Simi Garewal in special appearances. Others in the movie were Helen, A.K.Hangal, Bunty, Keshto Mukherji, Satyen Kappu, David, Paintal, Ravee Kumar, Barkha, Roopa, Zarina, Ratan Gaurang, Moolchand, Sudesh Iyer, Prem Singh, Akash Jain, Inder Kumar, Hammad Jafri, James Bond, Laila etc. The film had a long list of guest appearances by by Ashok Kumar, Hema Malini, Leena chandavarkar, Dharmendra, Aruna Irani, Premnath, Ajit, Harindranath Chattopadhyaya, Jankidas, Neetu Ssingh, Ranjeet, Nazir Hussain, Bunty, Amitabh Bachhan, Rishi Kapoor, Mushtaq Jalili, J.Omprakash, Sawan kumar Tak and Shakti Samant.

“Chala Murari Hero Banane”(1977) had six songs in it. two songs have been covered so far.

Here is the third song from the movie to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Lata. Yogesh is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.

Only audio of the movie is available as opf now. The video of the movie is no longer available on line so it is difficult to tell who lip syncs this song in the movie.

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

Audio link:

Song-Haathhon mein haathh hum lekar tera (Chala Murari Hero Banane)(1977) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Yogesh, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

(laughing sound)

haathon mein haath hum lekar teraa
karte hain waadaa sanam..mmm
aaj zameen pe hum to kaheen pe
rakhenge ab naa kadam
haathon mein haath hum lekar teraa
karte hain waadaa sanam..mmm
aaj zameen pe hum to kaheen pe
rakhenge ab naa kadam
udtey hee rahenge aey ae ae
hum to hawaaon mein aen aen aen
dekhenge duniyaa aa aan aaa
teree nigaahon mein aen aen
hhaa aaa aaa aa
haathon mein haath hum lekar teraa
karte hain waadaa sanam..mmm
aaj zameen pe hum to kaheen pe
rakhenge ab naa kadam
udtey hee rahenge aey ae ae
hum to hawaaon mein aen aen aen
dekhenge duniyaa aa aan aaa
teree nigaahon mein aen aen

oopar chaand taaron se
khilaa hai aasmaan aan
neechey raushnee kaa
hai jahaan aan aan
aan aa aa aaan aaa aaa
oopar chaand taaron se
khilaa hai aasmaan aan aa
neechey raushnee kaa
hai jahaan aan aan
aan aa aa aaan aaa aaa
laaa laa laaa laaaa aa
laaa laa laaa laaa aa

haathon mein haath hum lekar teraa
karte hain waadaa sanam..mmm
aaj zameen pe hum to kaheen pe
rakhenge ab naa kadam
udtey hee rahenge aey ae ae
hum to hawaaon mein aen aen aen
dekhenge duniyaa aa aan aaa
teree nigaahon mein aen aen

fursat hai kisey jo
aaj dekhe ghoom ke aey ae ae
chaltey jaa rahe hain
jhoom ke aey ae ae
aey ae ae aey ae ae
fursat hai kisey jo o
aaj dekhe ghoom ke aey ae ae ae ae
chaltey jaa rahe hain
jhoom ke aey ae ae
aey ae ae aey ae ae ae aey ae ae
laaa laa laaa laaaaa
laaa laa laaa laaa aaaaaa

haathon mein haath hum lekar teraa
karte hain waadaa sanam..mmm
aaj zameen pe hum to kaheen pe
rakhenge ab naa kadam
udtey hee rahenge aey ae ae
hum to hawaaon mein aen aen aen
dekhenge duniyaa aa aa aaa
teri…ee nigaahon mein aen aen
hhaa aaa aaa aa
laaalaa lalalalaaa lalalalaaaaaa
laaalaa lalalalaaa aaaaa aaaa
laalalalaalaa lalalalaaa aaaaa laaalaa lalalalaaa aaaaa
raa aaa raa aaa raaa raaa aaaa


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#Birthday-Suman Kalyanpur 28th Jan’2023 #
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“Chori Chori-1973” was directed by Kewal P. Kashyap for ‘K.P.K Movies’.

Kewal P. Kashyap was also the producer of this movie.

It had Sanjay Khan, Radha Saluja, Bindu, with Gulshan Bawra, Jagirdar, Kamran, Iftekhar, Lalita Chatterjee, Sapru, Asit Sen, Tun Tun, Dhoomal, Yashodhara Katju, Bhagwan, Sundar, Brahmachari, Jankidas, Jugal Kishore, Subroto, Vijay Dutt, Manohar Deepak, Birbal, Madhu Apte, Jerry, Kishore Sharma, Gulab Singh, Hamid, Suraj, Darshan, Bina Bhalla, Mridula, Virendra Kaushik and others.

This movie also had guest appearances from Jeetendra, Shashi Kapoor, Shatrughan Sinha, Simi Garewal, Sameer, Roopesh Kumar, Mohan Choti, Maruti, Manohar Deepak, Aarti, Sudhir, Jagdeep, Paintal, Ranjeet and Shakti Samanta.

Story and dialogues of this movie were written by Brij Katyal. Screenplay of this movie was written by David Jefferies.
Ameet Bose was the Chief Film Editor of this movie.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 04.12.1973.

“Chori Choir-1973” has six songs – all written by Gulshan Bawra. Music for this movie was composed by Shankar-Jaikishan.

Here is the list of songs this movie has.

SNo Song Title Singer/s Posted On
01 Nikhaar aa rahaa hai, khumaar aa raha hai Asha Bhonsle
02 Tore jaisi chhori hoti koyi gaaon ma hamaar Mukesh
03 Dilbar aa jaa lagaa loon tujhe main gale Mukesh, Suman Kalyanpur
04 O chori chori jo hona thha wo ho gaya Manhar,Suman Kalyanpur
05 Hamse kar le dosti, le thhodi-si aur pee Asha Bhonsle
06 Vaasta hi naa jab rahaa tumse Mukesh 21.02.2018

So far, only one song from this movie has been posted on the blog on 21.02.2018.

Today’s song is sung by Manhar and Suman Kalyanpur and on screen it is lip-synced by Sanjay Khan and Radha Saluja.
This is a nice duet song as usual which happens after the misunderstanding between the hero and heroine are resolved and they came to know that though their ways were different their objective is the same.

Today 28th January’2023 also happens to be the eighty-seventh birthday of Singer Suman Kalyanpur. And on this occasion we wish her a ‘very Happy Birthday and healthy and peaceful life ahead’ and listen this lovely song sung by her.

Over to the song now …

Video

Audio

Song-Ho chori chori jo hona thha wo ho gaya (Chori Chori)(1973) Singers-Manhar, Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics-Gulshan Bawra, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics

(Dialogues from the video not included)

ho chori chori jo honaa thha
wo ho gayaa
ab jo hoga
wo ho jaane do pyaar mein
haan aa
chori chori jo honaa thha
wo ho gayaa aa
ab jo hoga
wo ho jaane do pyaar mein ae
chori chori kali se phool
ban gayi ee ee
kaisa jaadoo hai
ab ki bahaar mein
ho o
chori chori kali se phool
ban gayi ee ee
kaisa jaadoo hai
ab ki bahaar mein

jin dilon pe mohabbat ka
jaadoo chale ae
wo zamaane ki rasmein
nahin jaante ae
jin dilon pe mohabbat ka
jaadoo chale
wo zamaane ki rasmein
nahin jaante ae
duniyawaale bade sangdil
hain sanam
ye mohabbat ki qasmein
nahin maante
duniyawaale bade sangdil
hain sanam
ye mohabbat ki qasmein
nahin maante

ho aaja aaja
darne ki ab kya baat hai
jalnewaale to laakhon
is sansaar mein
haan aa
chori chori jo honaa thha
wo ho gayaa aa
ab jo hoga
wo ho jaane do pyaar mein ae
ho o o o
chori chori kali se phool
ban gayi ee ee
kaisa jaadoo hai
ab ki bahaar mein

dil machalne lagaa hai
zaraa sochiye
door tak dekhiye
tanhaayi hai
dil machalne lagaa hai
zaraa sochiye
door tak dekhiye
tanhaayi hai
pehle aangan mein
bajne do shehnaayiyaan
warnaa ulfat ki
ye ruswaayi hai
pehle aangan mein
bajne do shehnaayiyaan
warnaa ulfat ki
ye ruswaayi hai

ho mehki mehki fizaaon ke
haseen din
kaate jaaye na
ab to intezaar mein
haan aa
chori chori jo honaa thha
wo ho gayaa aa
ab jo hoga
wo ho jaane do pyaar mein ae
ho o o o
chori chori kali se phool
ban gayi ee ee
kaisa jaadoo hai
ab ki bahaar mein ae


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