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Kisi ne ishq waalon ke liye kaisi kahi achchi

Posted on: February 20, 2023

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Today’s song is a funny video song featuring Master Bhagwan and Tun Tun, from the film Lucky Number-1961.

This so-called ‘social film’ was almost a C grade Murder-Mystery film having unknown directors and B and C grade actors, who were on the waning career road. It was produced and directed by Man Mohan Sabir under his own banner Man Mohan Films, Bombay. he had Mohan Rathod, the film’s editor as his Co-Director. man mohan Sabir had also written 4 of the 7 songs of this film. 2 Songs were by Anand Bakshi and 1 song was by actor David, who was also acting in this film. Looks like that the film was made on a very economical budget by taking multitasking artistes !

The heroine of the film was Ameeta, who, despite looking good and being a reasonably good actress always remained a b grade artiste. The others in the cast were David,Heeralal, Indira, majnu, Robert, Ramesh Dutt, Bhagwan, Tun Tun, rajan Haksar Romeo the Dog and some others. I could not identify who was the film’s Hero, though I saw the film again yesterday.Perhaps, Prakash ji would be able to tell.

As far as Ameeta is concerned, How many names can a person have ? 2 – 3 – 4 ? Film actress Ameeta had 5 names. She was born Qamar Sultana. Her mother called her Indira, friends called her Indu, In film Thokar-53, she appeared as Jai jaiwanti and finally she was named Ameeta by Vijay Bhatt. Total 5 names. Ameeta was born on 11-4-1940 to Riaz Ahmed and Shakuntala Devi , in Calcutta. After her father’s death, they shifted to Bombay.

A fan of Madhubala, Ameeta was enacting her idol’s sword fight from Baadal (1951) when she caught the eye of Lekhraj Bhakhri, who signed her for his movie Thokar starring Shammi Kapoor. This was her debut film in a side role where she was credited as Jayjaywanti. Ameeta’s debut movie as heroine was a 1953 release, Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu (1954), directed by Vijay Bhatt. The screen name Ameeta made its appearance in this movie. The film failed, but Ameeta kept on working in films like Amar Kirtan, Badal Aur Bijli, Baaghi Sardar and Indrasabha. Her career took a positive turn in 1956 when she starred with her idol Madhubala in the box office hit Shirin Farhad. She was then chosen for lead roles in Abhimaan and Zamana and Hum Sab Chor Hai (1956) along with Shammi Kapoor and Nalini Jaywant.

The turning point in Ameeta’s career came when she became the protégé of Filmistan Studios’ owner Tolaram Jalan who produced Tumsa Nahin Dekha (1957) opposite Shammi Kapoor, as a vehicle for promoting Ameeta as a new star. Great care was taken with her make-up, wardrobe and lighting, to present her in the most flattering and advantageous way possible. Furthermore, much of the film’s extensive publicity also centred on the actress. The film was a big success but Ameeta’s thunder was stolen by the then struggling Shammi Kapoor. This got her the female lead of Goonj Uthi Shehnai, a role originally intended for Asha Parekh, with whom she had acted earlier in Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu (1954). The film starred a then up-and-coming Rajendra Kumar and an exceptional music score went on to become one of the top-grossing films of 1959. Here despite a mature and sensitive performance, Ameeta was overlooked and Kumar was given credit for the film’s emphatic success.

Although she kickstarted the careers of Shammi Kapoor and Rajendra Kumar with these hits, Ameeta could never capitalize on them and stardom never materialized. Further roles in multi-star films like Raakhi (1962) and the blockbuster Mere Mehboob (1963) did not help her career graph, even though she was nominated for a Filmfare award for the latter as Best Supporting Actress, and she now dropped to playing lead grade-B movies which though successful at the box office did not do much for her star status. Her romance opposite Kishore Kumar in Hum Sab Ustad Hai in 1965 was her next role. By 1965 she was playing negative and villainous characters in films like Rishte Naate (1965), and Aasra (1966). She was seen in supporting roles to fledgling starlets Rajshree and Babita, in films like Around the World (1967) and Haseena Maan Jayegi (1968). After filming Haseena Maan Jayegi (1968), a disillusioned Ameeta left the film industry as she was not getting leading roles and settled into matrimony.

Though she acted in some good films like Dekh kabeera Roya-57 and Goonj uthi Shehnai-59 etc, she remained, all the time, a B grade Heroine. Till her last film Kisan aur Bhagwan-74, she acted in 47 films and then she left films. Her mother died soon after. Her daughter Sabeeha acted in a few films. Sabeeha tried her hand in Bollywood as a lead actress in Anokha Rishta (1986) and Khiladi (1992) and 100 Days (1991) which were big hits of respective years, but her career never took off. She appeared in Qayamat Ki Raat (1992), before she too disappeared from the Hindi movie scene. She shifted to a more successful business of Jewellery designing. ( Thanks to wiki and ‘beete hue din’ Blog plus my notes.).

The music Director of this film was Anil Biswas, who was on the waning track of his career. one thing is observed by me. Most of the or atleast many of the old time MDs, in their last phase of career compromised and accepted B and C grade films, gave a lack-lustre dispirited music and spoiled their name. Let us see the cases of 3 old time successful MDs.
C.Ramchandra operated from 1942 to 1978, giving music to 947 songs in 112 films. His iconic films of the 40s and the 50s are too famous to be named here, but after Lata Mangeshkar left him in 1958 or so, his music became lifeless. Call it a result or a coincidence. In the last phase of his career he gave music to films like Amar rahe ye pyar-63, Veer Bhimsen-64, Sher Dil-65, Hum Diwane-65, Tasveer-66 and Toofani takkar-78.

Naushad who operated from 1940 to 1995, giving music to 636 songs in 69 films, had the longest career with lowest number of films. he had a very long list of Hit films with many celebrating Silver and Golden Jubilees. he is on record having rejected film Azaad-1955 just because the producer wanted its music to be done within a month. Such talented MD’s films in his last lap were…My friend-74, Sunehra Sansar-75, Habba Khatoon-78, Chambal ki Rani-79, Awaz de kahan hai-90 and Teri payal mere geet-93.

Finally we come to Anil biswas who operated from 1935 to 1965, giving music to 767 songs in 90 films Films to which he had given music in his heydays are too well known. he was highly respected by his contemporaries ike C Ramchandra, naushad, S D Burman etc. His last films were ….Return of Superman-60, Meera ke chitra-60 Angulimal-60 Lucky Number-61, Humen kehne do-62 and chhoti chhoti baten-65.

Some old time MDs like Damodar Sharma, Panchotiya etc became assistants or musicians in the younger MD’s orchestras. Such is the film industry.

The story of the film Lucky Number aka Khooni kaun-1961 was…..

Suman gets the news of her father -Raja Saab’s- sudden death. her friend Amit suspects foul play and to know the truth he and his friend Balram become servants in that household. Suman’s uncle Jaspal wants her married to the brother of his girlfriend.
Raja saab’s dog Romeo finds his last will, by chance. Amit reads it and comes to know who must be the murderer, Jaspal singh. Suddenly Jaspal appears , hits him unconscious, takes the will and runs away. Amit is saved by his friend Balram. With the help of the Police, Amit traces Jaspal and the police catch the murderer, with the will.

Finally, all’s well that ends well. The audience is relieved that the film is over and they go home happily !

Today’s song is sung by Shankar Dasgupta, Mubarak Begum, Meena Kapur and an unidentified male voice.

Song – Kisi ne ishq waalon ke liye kaisi kahi achchi (Lucky Number)(1961) Singers- Mubarak begum, Shankar Dasgupta, Meena Kapoor , Unknown male voice,
Lyricist- Not known, MD- Anil Biswas
Mubarak Begam + Meena Kapoor
Shankar Dasgupta + unknown male voice


kisi ne ishq waalon ke liye, kaisi kahi achchi
ki inki dosti se to hai inki dushmani achchi
ki inki dosti se to hai inki dushmani achchi
kisi ne husn waalon
kisi ne husn waalon ke liye kaisi kahi achchi
kisi ne husn waalon ke liye kaisi kahi achchi
na inki dosti achchi
na inki dushmani achchi
na inki dosti achchi
na inki dushmani achchi
kisi ne husn waalon ke liye ae

aa aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa
bade maasoom ban ke
bade maasoom ban ke, ye nigaahen chaar karte hain
nigaahen chaar karte hain
jigar pe vaar karte hain

ye taareef hai inki
yahi taareef hai inki
o o o o o
o o o

ye le lete hain uski jaan
jise ye pyaar karte hain
ye le lete hain uske jaan
jise ye pyaar karte ahin
jise ye pyaar karte hain
jise ye pyaar karte hain

ki inki dosti se to hai inki dushmani achchi
lagi inki nigaahon ki
kisi ne ishq waalon ke liye kaisi kahi achchi
kisi ne ishq waalon ke liye ae

aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa
baja ilzaam inka
baja ilzaam inka
ham kahaan inkaar karte hain
milaa ke aankh lekin ham
milaa ke aankh lekin
kya bhala sarkaar karten hain

ke inke chaahane waale, na jeete hain na marte hain
o o o o
o o o o
o o o o
kuchh aisa haal unka, ye haseen dildaar karte hain

kuchh aisa haal unka, ye haseen dildaar karten hain
haseen dildaar karten hain

haseen dildaar karten hain

ye sach hai ke nahin hoti
nahin hoti
buton ki bandagi achchi
ye sach hai ke nahin hoti
buton ki bandagi achchi

na inki dosti achchi, na inki dushmani achchi
na inki dosti achchi, na inki dushmani achchi
kisi ne husn waalon ke liye, kaisi kahi achchi
kisi ne husn waalon ke liye kaisi kahi achchi


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