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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 sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

OK so, ‘Ek Ladki Saat Ladke’ from 1961, is the film that today joins the ranks of films with all their songs posted. It is Yippeee-land time for this film. And that’s all folks, that I can say for this film. Another one of the ‘Lost Children’, about whom nothing more is known, nothing more exists in memory. Yes, there is information that is contained in the Geet Kosh. Based on the Geet Kosh inputs, the basic demographics for this film are as follows.

The film is produced and directed by Roop K Shorey. The cast of actors is very brief – Ravinder Kapoor, Ameeta, Majnu, Badri Prasad, and Durga Khote. After having tasted success with ‘Ek Thi Ladki’ (1949) and ‘Ek Do Teen’ (1953), Roop K Shorey tried to repeat a similar sounding formula in this film.  The earlier two films had Motilal and Meena K Shorey as the lead pair, and Vinod as the music director.  But in this film, the only common link is Vinod, who also was replaced by S Mohinder, in unfortunate circumstances.

This is one of the films that music director Vinod was working on when he unexpectedly passed away in 1959.  Some songs had been recorded, and for the remaining songs, the composition work was completed by S Mohinder.  In the Geet Kosh, for some songs of this film, the name of the music director is not specifically identified.  This song is one of them.

Geet Kosh lists five songs for this film. For all the five songs, the words are written by Majrooh Sultanpuri.

Thankfully though, all the five listed songs are available as 78 rpm recordings. And yet once again, an obscure and lost film, whose songs are simply superb.

Teri Zulfn Ke Saaye Mein Jeena Hai Jee”, such a soft romantic duet, in the voices of Rafi Sb and Asha ji. So soft is the tone and rendition of this song that Atul in his write up of this song says – “This is an interesting song where Rafi sings softly in a velvety voice. In fact this is a song where Rafi sings like Talat Mehmood.”

Itni Si Baat Ka Fasaana Na Banaao”, another enchanting duet of Rafi Sb and Asha ji.

Agar Tum Na Hanste To Ham Bhi Na Phanste”, a delightful all female duet, in the voices of Asha ji and Sudha Malhotra.

And then there is this song that almost made it to the Fabulous Foot Tapper series, but then was pulled by me for my ‘Ye hai Bombay Meri Jaan’ series – “Main Flora, Rang Mera Gora”. Aah ys, expectedly, in the voice of Asha ji.

Coming to this song for today. The singing voices are of Mahendra Kapoor and Asha ji.  One of the songs for which you are bound to say, ‘really, wow’. A song that is basically crafted on the traditional Tappe genre from Punjab. The singers compete with one another, in that one will present a two liner as a query or a teaser, and the other singer is then supposed to suitably respond, addressing the query or posing a counter query or giving a ‘मुंह तोड़ जवाब’ (a fitting repartee), to the teaser floated by the first singer. This traditional folk genre is very popular in Punjab, and I am sure there are corresponding genres in many other regional cultures. In Punjabi, there is almost an unending variety of this type of song. Just this song itself is a  double length song, lasting more than six minutes, and is accommodated on two sides of a 78 rpm record.

A very interesting tete-a-tete between the two singers, wherein many flavors of the matters of the heart are being expressed. I am sure you will really enjoy this number.

Song – Mal Mal Ke Jaaye Mera Jiyaa (Ek Ladki Saat Ladke) (1961) Singers – Mahendra Kapoor, Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD – Vinod/S Mohinder

Lyrics

mal mal ke jaaye mera jiya
mal mal ke jaaye mera jiya

oy mal mal ke jaaye mera jiya
dilwaali
mal mal ke jaaye mera jiya
dupatta tera mal mal ka haaye
dupatta tera mal mal ka ha..aye
ni soniye
o jaise ke laage mera piya
dilwaala
jaise ke laage mera piya
dekho ji chhora aaj kal ka haaye
dekho ji chhora aaj kal ka haaye
ve soneyaa heereya

lat mukh pe dekh ruk gaya
lat mukh pe dekh ruk gaya
ho lat mukh pe dekh ruk gaya kaahe babu
lat mukh pe dekh ruk gaya
le apni gali ka rastaa haaye
le apni gali ka rastaa haaye
ve mundeyaa

o badli mein chaand chhup gaya jab gori
badli mein chaand chhup gaya
bhatak gaya main bhi rasta haaye
bhatak gaya main bhi rasta haaye haye
ni soniye
lachhiye

oy sadqe
oy hass ke

ganne se pyaar tera meetha
ganne se pyaar tera meetha
o ganne se pyaar tera meetha mastaani
ganne se pyaar tera meetha
katora bhar de re dil ka haaye
katora bhar de re dil ka haaye
ni lachhiye

bin piye hi mauj mein aaya mastaane
bin piye hi mauj mein aaya
jawaab nahin teri gal ka haaye
jawaab nahin teri gal ka

kankar na maar o pagle
kankar na maar o pagle
kankar na maar pagle matwaale
kankar na maar o pagle
paayal boley chhun chhun se ji
paayal boley chhun chhun se haaye
ve soneya

bichhuaa bajaa ke mat chalo matwaali
bichhuaa bajaa ke mat chalo
zeher chadhe sun sun ke haaye
zeher chadhe sun sun ke haaye haaye
ni soniye
kudiye

ho..oy..ye..e

nikle ho nain takraane
nikle ho nain takraane
ho nikle ho nain takraane o deewaane
nikle ho nain takraane
sheeshe mein zara munh dekho ji
sheeshe mein zara munh dekho ji
ve mundeya

o tujhe chhod aur kahaan dekhun o deewaani
tujhe chhod aur kahaan dekhun
tu hi jo mera darpan ho haaye
tu hi jo mera darpan ho haaye haaye
ni soniye
lachhiye

laakhon ki aankh teri sooni
laakhon ki aankh teri sooni
o laakhon ki aankh teri sooni kaahe gori
laakhon ki aankh teri sooni
kajal nahin aaj hasey haaye
kajal nahin aaj hasey haaye
ni soniye

is darr se kajal nahin daalun akhiyon mein
is darr se kajal nahin daalun
nainon mein tera pyar basey haaye
nainon mein tera pyar basey haaye
ve soneya
dholna

[sounds of bhangra dancing]
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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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मल मल के जाये मेरा जिया
मल मल के जाये मेरा जिया

ओय मल मल के जाये मेरा जिया
दिलवाली
मल मल के जाये मेरा जिया
दुपट्टा तेरा मम माल का हाए
दुपट्टा तेरा मम माल का हा॰॰ए
नी सोनिए
ओ जैसे के लागे मेरा पिया
दिलवाला
जैसे के लागे मेरा पिया
देखो जी छोरा आज कल का हाए
देखो जी छोरा आज कल का हाए
वे सोनेया हीरेया

लट मुख पे देख रुक गया
लट मुख पे देख रुक गया
हो लट मुख पे देख रुक गया काहे बाबू
लट मुख पे देख रुक गया
ले अपनी गली का रस्ता हाए
ले अपनी गली का रस्ता हाए
वे मुंडेया

ओ बदली में चाँद छुप गया जब गोरी
बदली में चाँद छुप गया
भटक गया मैं भी रस्ता हाए
भटक गया मैं भी रस्ता हाए हाए
नी सोनिए
लच्छीये

ओय सदक़े
ओय हस्स के

गन्ने से प्यार तेरा मीठा
गन्ने से प्यार तेरा मीठा
ओ गन्ने से प्यार तेरा मीठा मस्तानी
गन्ने से प्यार तेरा मीठा
कटोरा भर दे रे दिलका हाए
कटोरा भर दे रे दिलका हाए
नी

बिन पिये ही मौज में आया मस्ताने
बिन पिये ही मौज में आया
जवाब नहीं तेरी गल का हाए
जवाब नहीं तेरी गल का

कंकर ना मार ओ पगले
कंकर ना मार ओ पगले
कंकर ना मार ओ पगले मतवाले
कंकर ना मार ओ पगले
पायल बोले छुन छुन से जी
पायल बोले छुन छुन से हाए
वे सोनेया

बिछुया बजा के मत चलो मतवाली
बिछुया बजा के मत चलो
जहर चढ़े सुन सुन के हाए
जहर चढ़े सुन सुन के हाए हाए
नी सोनीए
कुडीए

हो॰॰ओय॰॰ये॰॰ए

निकले हो नैन टकराने
निकले हो नैन टकराने
हो निकले हो नैन टकराने ओ दीवाने
निकले हो नैन टकराने
शीशे में ज़रा मुंह देखो जी
शीशे में ज़रा मुंह देखो जी
वे मुंडेया

ओ तुझे छोड़ और कहाँ देखूँ ओ दीवानी
तुझे छोड़ और कहाँ देखूँ
तू ही जो मेरा दर्पण हो हाए
तू ही जो मेरा दर्पण हो हाए हाए
नी सोनीए
लच्छीये

लाखों की आँख तेरी सूनी
लाखों की आँख तेरी सूनी
ओ लाखों की आँख तेरी सूनी काहे गोरी
लाखों की आँख तेरी सूनी
कजल नहीं आज हसे
कजल नहीं आज हसे
नी सोनीए

इस डर से कजल नहीं डालूँ अखियों में
इस डर से कजल नहीं डालूँ
नैनों में तेरा प्यार बसे हाए
नैनों में तेरा प्यार बसे हाए
वे सोनेया
ढोलना

[भांगड़ा नाच के शब्द]

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This article is written by Shekhar Gupta, 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 sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

I came across a nice number from ‘Police Public’ (1990) by chance when I happened to click here on a Lollywood number “Mein Jis Din Bhula Doon Tera Pyar Dil Se” penned by Masroor Anwar for Khushboo (1979). On that YouTube web-page, I also noticed the same mukhda under this ‘Police Public’ number.

Similar – or even identical – mukhdas are not all that rare; and Lollywood and Bollywood copying each other’s themes, tunes and lyrics was not unheard of in the yesteryears. But what struck me was almost identical lyrics – albeit in different settings and tunes.

Be it as it may be, ‘Police Public’, a Vijay Mehta production, was directed by Esmayeel Shroff. It has a crime-corruption busting theme with Raaj Kumar as a fearless senior C.B.I. inspector as its chief protagonist.

The story in brief is as follows:

Mr. Ram Swarup (A.K.Hangal) is a retired schoolteacher of modest means. His family consists of his two young daughters, Karuna (Poonam Dhillion) and Usha (Shikha Swaroop), and a son Shyam (Vijay Aidasani). Fortunately for Ram Swarup, Mr. Kishan Sharma (Prem Chopra), an eminent businessman in their vicinity, brings forth a proposal of marriage of his son Arun (Raj Kiran) with Karuna. Ram Swarup considers himself lucky to be associated with this influential family, but Mr. Sharma has different plans on his mind. He knows of some land that Ram Swarup has kept aside for his second daughter’s marriage. He convinces Ram Swarup that he needs it temporarily to serve as a guarantee for his new business venture, but later justifies it as dowry for his son’s wedding.

The situation takes a turn for the worse, when one morning Karuna is found dead. Sharma and his friend, an aspiring politician, Tiwari (Ajit Vachani), try to frame it as suicide but the investigating officer Shahnawaz Khan (Kabir Bedi) and Karuna’s family suspect a foul play. Amidst investigations, Shahnawaz Khan is suddenly transferred with the help of the corrupt home minister (Vinod Nagpal) and is replaced by a dishonest and corrupt police officer Mahar Singh Garhwal (Naseeruddin Shah). Amply bribed by Sharma and his friends, he loses no time in suppressing the case. To prevail against the police corruption, Ram Swarup and family appeal to high judicial powers, and consequently a senior C.B.I. officer Jagmohan Azad (Raaj Kumar) is sent to investigate Karuna’s case. He uncovers what had really happened on that fateful night and snares the culprits and despatches  them to face the justice.

This one is ‘romance-in-rain’ number tuned by Raamlaxman (real name: Vijay Patil) on the love birds Poonam DhillionShikha Swaroop and Raj KiranArbaaz Khan in the vocals of Lata Mangeshkar and Amit Kumar.

Song – Main Jis Din Bhula Doon Tera Pyaar Dil Se (Police Public)(1990) Singer – Lata Mangeshkar, Amit Kumar, Lyrics – Asad Bhopali, MD – Ram Laxman
Lata + Amit

Lyrics

mein jis din bhula doon tera pyar dil se
wo din aakhri ho meri zindagi ka
mein jis din bhula doon tera pyar dil se
wo din aakhri ho meri zindagi ka
ye aankhe usi raat ho jaye andhi
ye aankhe usi raat ho jaaye andhi
jo tere siva dekhen sapna kisi ka
mein jis din bhula doon tera pyar dil se
wo din aakhri ho meri zindagi ka

mujhe apne dil se utarne na dena
mein khusbhu hu isko bikharne na dena
mujhe apne dil se utarne na dena
mein khusbhu hu isko bikharne na dena
hamesha rahun mein tere bajuon men
na toote ye bandhan kabhi dosti ka
ye aankhe usi raat ho jaaye andhi
ye aankhe usi raat ho jaye andhi
jo tere siva dekhe sapna kisi ka 
mein jis din bhula doon tera pyar dil se
wo din aakhri ho meri zindagi ka

meri dhadhkno men mohobat hai teri
meri zindagi ab amaanat hai teri
meri dhadhkno men mohobat hai teri
meri zindagi ab amaanat hai teri
tamanna hai jin raaston par chale tu
nishaan ho wahaan par meri bandgi ka
ye aankhe usi raat ho jaye andhi
ye aankhe usi raat ho jaye andhi
jo tere siva dekhe sapna kisi ka 
mein jis din bhula doon tera pyar dil se
wo din aakhri ho meri zindagi ka

mein jis din bhula doon tera pyar dil se
wo din aakhri ho meri zindagi ka
meri zindagi ka
meri zindagi ka

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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मैं जिस दिन भुला दूँ तेरा प्यार दिल से
वो दिन आखरी हो मेरी ज़िंदगी का
मैं जिस दिन भुला दूँ तेरा प्यार दिल से
वो दिन आखरी हो मेरी ज़िंदगी का
ये आँखें उसी रात हो जाएँ अंधी
ये आँखें उसी रात हो जाएँ अंधी
जो तेरे सिवा देखें सपना किसी का
मैं जिस दिन भुला दूँ तेरा प्यार दिल से
वो दिन आखरी हो मेरी ज़िंदगी का

मुझे अपने दिल से उतरने ना देना
मैं खुशबू हूँ सिको बिखरने ना देना
मुझे अपने दिल से उतरने ना देना
मैं खुशबू हूँ सिको बिखरने ना देना
हमेशा रहूँ मैं तेरे बाजुओं में
ना टूटे ये बंधन कभी दोस्ती का
ये आँखें उसी रात हो जाएँ अंधी
ये आँखें उसी रात हो जाएँ अंधी
जो तेरे सिवा देखें सपना किसी का
मैं जिस दिन भुला दूँ तेरा प्यार दिल से
वो दिन आखरी हो मेरी ज़िंदगी का

मेरी धड़कनों में मोहब्बत है तेरी
मेरी ज़िंदगी अब अमानत है तेरी
मेरी धड़कनों में मोहब्बत है तेरी
मेरी ज़िंदगी अब अमानत है तेरी
तमन्ना है जिन रास्तों पर चले तू
निशां हो वहाँ पर मेरी बंदगी का
ये आँखें उसी रात हो जाएँ अंधी
ये आँखें उसी रात हो जाएँ अंधी
जो तेरे सिवा देखें सपना किसी का
मैं जिस दिन भुला दूँ तेरा प्यार दिल से
वो दिन आखरी हो मेरी ज़िंदगी का

मैं जिस दिन भुला दूँ तेरा प्यार दिल से
वो दिन आखरी हो मेरी ज़िंदगी का
मेरी ज़िंदगी का
मेरी ज़िंदगी का


This article is written by Ava Suri, 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 sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Atul ji’s 10K Song Milestone Celebrations – 9
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I am an Atulite and I am proud of it. It is an honor to be associated with a blog that drips pure love of music. Like almost all Indians I love Hindi film music. But I cannot claim to be knowledgeable about it. I do know many songs but that is not a qualification. There are thousands of songs out there, many of which have fallen into oblivion. It is the die-hard music lovers that keep track of these songs and chase them with an assiduity that would make Sherlock Holmes feel jealous.

I am amazed when some of my friends are able to name the movie, singer, lyricist and music director as soon as the song is mentioned. Some Atulites could also tell you charming little stories behind the making of each song. Delving here, I have discovered gorgeous songs that not much known but are as precious as Koh-i-Noor.

It is all kudos to Atul who has, with his magnetic personality, been able to draw so many music lovers into a tight community called Atulites. Congratulations to Atul for the personal landmark of 10000 individual postings. I know the people here, and I know this is merely a stepping stone for many more such achievements.

I have sneaked in newer songs on the blog, often from the current year, to even out the pre-70s bias that this blog has. It is a bias that is perfectly understandable if you listen to the quality of early songs. Nothing that is created now comes close to the kind of music that was once created. Yet, some of the newer songs have a beautiful melody that lingers in your mind.

A little while back some of my friends played a game on facebook where you had to mention the movie you liked best from the year you were born till the current time. Almost all my friends felt they would not be able to name a movie after the 80s. Surprisingly, there was at least one movie per year that qualified to be listed as a good movie. Good movies are still being made and nice music is still being composed. We still have singers who bring a lot of feeling to their songs and lyrics that convey a depth of feeling.

‘Wake Up Sid’ is a 2009 movie starring Ranbir Kapoor and Konkona Sen Sharma. It is an odd pair. Ranbir Kapoor is a popular sweetheart and Konkana is an art house favorite. Yet they came together in this quirky film that worked on many levels. As the title of the movie shows, it is primarily about a spoilt rich boy who learns to make his way in the world. It is also about a small town girl who learns how to survive in a big city. Even though she is very sure of what she wants in life, she finds it hard to reconcile with the fact that she has fallen for a younger man.

Time was when songs were sung by the hero and heroine running around in pleasant locales. Now cinema has taken a more realistic turn and songs are more often in the background, depicting the mood of actors. This song is also played in background and has the same feel as a song sung by a wandering mendicant in earlier films.


Song – O Re Manwa Tu To Baawra Hai (Wake Up Sid) (2009) Singers – Kavita Seth, Amitabh Bhattacharya, Lyrics – Javed Akhtar, MD – Shankar Ehsaan Loy
Chorus 

Lyrics

o re manwa tu toh baawra hai
tu hi jaane tu kya sochta hai
tu hi jaane tu kya sochta hai baawre
kyon dikhaye sapne tu sotey jaagte
jo barse sapne boond boond
naino ko moond moond
naino ko moond moond
jo barse sapne boond boond
naino ko moond moond
kaise main chaloon
dekh na sakoon
anjaane raaste

goonja sa hai koi iktara iktara
goonja sa hai koi iktara
goonja sa hai koi iktara iktara
goonja sa hai koi iktara

dil me bole koi iktara iktara
dil me bole koi iktara iktara
goonja sa hai koi iktara iktara
goonja sa hai koi iktara

sun rahi hoon sudh budh khoke
koi main kahaani
poori kahaani hai kya
kise hai pata
main to kisiki hoke yeh bhi na jaani
rut hai yeh do pal ki ya
rahegi sadaa

kise hai pataa
kise hai pataa
kise hai pataa

jo barse sapne boond boond
naino ko moond moond
naino ko moond moond

jo barse sapne boond boond
naino ko moond moond
kaise main chaloon
dekh na sakoon
anjaane raaste

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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ओ रे मनवा तू तो बावरा है
तू ही जाने तू क्या सोचता है
तू ही जाने तू क्या सोचता है बावरे
क्यों दिखाये सपने तू सोते जागते
जो बरसे सपने बूंद बूंद
नैनों को मूँद मूँद
नैनों को मूँद मूँद
जो बरसे सपने बूंद बूंद
नैनों को मूँद मूँद
कैसे मैं चलूँ
देख ना सकूँ
अञ्जाने रास्ते

गूँजा सा है कोई इकतारा
इकतारा
गूँजा सा है कोई इकतारा
गूँजा सा है कोई इकतारा
इकतारा
गूँजा सा है कोई इकतारा

दिल में बोले कोई इकतारा
इकतारा
दिल में बोले कोई इकतारा
इकतारा
गूँजा सा है कोई इकतारा
इकतारा
गूँजा सा है कोई इकतारा

सुन रही हूँ सुध बुध खोके
कोई मैं कहानी
पूरी कहानी है क्या
किसे है पता
मैं तो किसि की होके ये भी ना जानी
रुत है ये दो पल की या
रहेगी सदा

किसे है पता
किसे है पता
किसे है पता

जो बरसे सपने बूंद बूंद
नैनों को मूँद मूँद
नैनों को मूँद मूँद
जो बरसे सपने बूंद बूंद
नैनों को मूँद मूँद
कैसे मैं चलूँ
देख ना सकूँ
अञ्जाने रास्ते


This article is written by Mahesh Mamadapur, 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 sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Atul ji’s 10K Song Milestone Celebrations – 8
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Mukesh and His Co-Singers – 3
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The thought had crossed my mind a few months back. To calculate the sum of all the posts of contributors and subtract it from the grand total which would have given the obvious number. A number big enough to just admire, thank and congratulate with high gratitude. Thankfully, the pen and paper (and well a calculator) did not meet and so we had Sudhir ji planning his modus-operandi.

Else who knows, I would have written a common mail to both which I usually do and spoiled all the fun.

I got to know of Sudhir ji’s plans which he told me in person when I met him for a short visit to his house. Now wait. Isn’t our meeting a celebration to write a post? Yes indeed, but that shall wait for another day.

This post is for Atul ji. To thank him for this wonderful platform that has brought so many like-minded people together. As I write this statement, I have the proof of this togetherness and oneness even when we may not have met each other. When I met Sudhir ji for the first time it was as if we knew each other for decades. The talks directly shifted to songs and we were both in our comfort zone.

I have been fond of old Hindi songs of 40’s and 50’s for a long time. Before the internet era, it was collection of articles, audio cassettes etc. With the advent of internet, all of us were exposed to a wide range of information. This blog was not exactly the first of its kind that I came across. I had downloaded many mp3 songs from different sites. They are in hundreds. However further search and surfing inevitably led me to this blog and there has been no looking back. I first started interacting by making comments, corrections etc. Then there was an urge to send lyrics and finally to qualify as a post contributor. The final step did take me quite a while. My first write-up was not up to the mark as it was some absurd story. I later realised that writing on artists anniversaries and special articles related to the song make more sense. Sudhir ji’s series on Mukesh opened a whole lot of possibilities and thus, I started two series of Mukesh which I hope to continue as long as his songs are available to be posted.

This blog will, in all probability, remain the only reliable source of correct info of HFM songs in such huge numbers and of almost all artists. I am very much certain of it. We have some of the best contributors with very vast knowledge and experience of this hobby. After reading their posts, we imagine ourselves in the midst of our favourite artists. Such is the effect of this blog on our lives.

Among the many selfless deeds of Atul ji, is the fact that contributor’s names are prominently displayed and acknowledged on his blog. That we can write so freely and put our thoughts on the blog is really a wonderful experience. I have sent quite a few posts at the eleventh hour. I am even embarrassed to write that a couple of posts were sent without the lyrics etc. But his large heartedness ensures that the post is complete in all respects. I can’t imagine doing even 1% of what he does day in and day out.

For this post, I have taken the liberty of introducing a new film on the blog. It’s a 1973 released film called ‘Aangan’. Here are the details of the film.

The present song is the ONLY duet featuring Sulakshana Pandit with Mukesh. Sonik-Omi are the composers and the lyrics are by Omkar Verma.  Mukesh Geetkosh attributes the lyrics to Indeewar, but then as always, I sought the help of Shri Harish Raghuvanshi ji, who himself revealed the correction.

I wrote a mail at 8:15 pm to him seeking his help in confirming the uniqueness of the duet and in some two hours we had exchanged quite a few mails regarding the song, lyric writer etc. His passion for correct information and continuous help till the doubts are cleared is something to be admired. I will always remain hugely indebted to him.

On behalf of Shri Harish Raghuvanshi ji and myself, I once again congratulate and thank Atul ji for attaining this monumental 10k feat and making us come closer to so many friends with a common wavelength.

One last thing before I close the post. What is the message that we want to convey to Atul ji as far as our support, help and gratitude for this hobby is concerned? Well listen to the first few lines of the song. And agree with me.


Song – Jab Talak Aasmaan Pe Sitaare Rahenge (Aangan) (1973) Singer – Mukesh, Sulakashna Pandit, Lyrics – Omkar Verma, MD – Sonik Omi
Mukesh + Sulakshana Pandit

Lyrics

jab talak aasmaan pe sitaare rahenge
jab talak aasmaan pe sitaare rahenge
hum tumhaare
hum tumhaare liye hain
hum tumhaare rahenge
jee hum tumhaare liye hain
hum tumhaare rahenge 
jaan se bhi hamein aap pyaare rahenge
jaan se bhi hamein aap pyaare rahenge 
hum tumhaare
hum tumhaare liye hain
hum tumaaree rahenge 
jee hum tumhaare liye hain
hum tumaaree rahenge 
jee hum tumhaare liye hain

chanda hai tu main chakori
ho saath apna puraana
ooo baahon mein aa jaa tu gori
ho main hoon tera deewaana  
dil machal gaya
kya jaadoo chal gaya
ab kunwaare na aramaan hamaare rahenge 
ab kunwaare na aramaan hamaare rahenge 
hum tumhaare
hum tumhaare liye hain
hum tumhaare rahenge 
jee hum tumhaare liye hain

mehka hai tujhse hi gulshan 
ho tu hai kaliyon ki rani
tu jo kahe to luṭa doon
ho tujhpe main zindagani
kya nikhaar hai
haseen bahaar hai
hamase mehke sadaa yeh nazaare rahenge 
hamase mehke sadaa yeh nazaare rahenge 
hum tumaare
hum tumhaare liye hain
hum tumhaare rahenge 
jee hum tumhaare liye hain
hum tumhaare rahenge 

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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जब तलक आसमान पे सितारे रहेंगे
जब तलक आसमान पे सितारे रहेंगे
हम तुम्हारे
हम तुम्हारे लिए हैं
हम तुम्हारे रहेंगे
जी हम तुम्हारे लिए हैं
हम तुम्हारे रहेंगे
जान से भी हमें आप प्यारे रहेंगे
जान से भी हमें आप प्यारे रहेंगे
हम तुम्हारे
हम तुम्हारे लिए हैं
हम तुम्हारे रहेंगे
जी हम तुम्हारे लिए हैं
हम तुम्हारे रहेंगे
जी हम तुम्हारे लिए हैं
हम तुम्हारे रहेंगे

चंदा है तू मैं चकोरी
हो साथ अपना पुराना
ओ बाहों में आ जा तू गोरी
हो मैं हूँ तेरा दीवाना
दिल मचल गया
क्या जादू चल गया
अब कुँवारे ना अरमान हमारे रहेंगे
अब कुँवारे ना अरमान हमारे रहेंगे
हम तुम्हारे
हम तुम्हारे लिए हैं
हम तुम्हारे रहेंगे
जी हम तुम्हारे लिए हैं
हम तुम्हारे रहेंगे

महका है तुझसे ही गुलशन
हो तू है कलियों की रानी
तू जो कहे तो लूटा दूँ
तुझपे मैं ज़िंदगानी
क्या निखार है
हसीं बहार है
हमसे महके सदा ये नज़ारे रहेंगे
हमसे महके सदा ये नज़ारे रहेंगे
हम तुम्हारे
हम तुम्हारे लिए हैं
हम तुम्हारे रहेंगे
जी हम तुम्हारे लिए हैं
हम तुम्हारे रहेंगे


This article is written by Pradeep Raghunathan, fellow enthusiasts of Hindi movie music and contributors to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Atul ji’s 10K Song Milestone Celebrations – 7
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Sudhir ji, got in touch with us Atulwaasis and told us that there is a HUGE milestone coming up on the blog.

I had no clue that it was this huge. With my little knowledge of maths, I did some calculation and it works to an average of around 3 posts a day for the last 9 years. If that just seems like a number to you – you either do not understand hard work when you see it, or you are just a passer by seeing this blog for the first time.

While I still wonder how it is even possible to have such commitment and endurance I am reminded of what Atul ji often tells us – this is a “Labour of Love”. And then it all falls in place and makes so much sense. Atul ji has been a beacon of light, a guru, a nostalgia maker, the man who got all us crazy Atulwaasis together.

While it might seem to a passer by having a look at the blog that it is just a place for a bunch of old hindi songs aficionados, what Atul ji, Sudhir Ji, Arun ji et al are doing is to make sure that knowledge of old hindi songs is preserved for eternity. This in itself is one of the biggest achievements of Atul ji.

He is no less than a Mahendra Singh Dhoni for all of us; who has always kept his cool, given any situation.

An amazing human being who happens to manage work / home / his pets and his blog with equal aplomb. How all these stalwarts manage their time so effectively and beautifully has always fascinated me.

I am one of those Atulwaasis, who has not really contributed much to the blog except for a handful of posts and being part of Project YIPPEEEE!! I was looking for a song that kind of resonates what the blog, Atul ji and Atulwaasis mean to me, and I wanted a song that was full of emotions and feelings and rendered beautifully. That got me to this song that we at home listen to very often. Most of the time it is the first song that gets played when we get into the car. And every time one listens to it, we are bound to be filled with emotions. My wife is a big Sonu Nigam fan and pretty much every time she listens to this song, she is in tears.

This is not an old song, what this blog is all about, but we have posted songs that are new and still good to listen to. One of the singers of today who are really good and is a treat to listen to is none other than Sonu Nigam. Amazing talent and is just a sheer pleasure to listen to him sing.

This particular song is from a remake of an Amitabh Bachchan movie called ‘Agneepath’ (1990). The newer version starred Hrithik Roshan in the role played by Amitabh. For some reason, Hrithik’s mother keeps his sister away from him for a long time and when she is a teenager, the heroine, Priyanka Chopra gets him to meet her for his birthday, and the brother gets so emotional that tries to express his feelings of love and affection for his sister through this song.

I am sure I have not been able to express my love for this extended family of mine. So let me say, thank you Atul ji for letting us be part of the family and be part of this wonderful journey you are taking us on.

Please sit back and enjoy this beautiful song… we love you Atul ji!


Song – Abhi Mujh Mein Kahin Baaki (Agneepath) (2012) Singers – Sonu Nigam, Lyrics – Amitabh Bhattacharya, MD – Ajay-Atul
Chorus

Lyrics

abhi..
mujh mein kahin
baaki thodi si hai zindagi
jagi..
dhadkan nayi
jaana zinda hoon main toh abhi
kuch aisi lagan iss lamhe mein hai
yeh lamha kahaan tha meraaa
ab hai saamne
isse chhoo loon zara
marr jaaun ya jee loon zaraa
khushiyaan choom loon
yaa ro loon zara
marr jaaun ya jee loon zaraa

ho.. abhi mujh mein kahin
baaki thodi si hai zindagi

ho… dhoop mein jalte hue tan ko
chhaaya pedh ki mil gayi
roothe bacche ki hansi jaise
phuslaane se phir khil gayi
kuch aisa hee ab mehsoos dil ko ho raha hai
barson ke puraane zakhmn pe marham laga sa hai
kuch aisa reham
iss lamhe mein hai
ye lamha kahaan tha meraa
ab hai saamne.. isse chhoo loon zara
marr jaaun ya jee loon zara
khushiyaan choom loon
ya ro loon zara
marr jaaun ya jee loon zara
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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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अभी
मुझ में कहीं
बाकी थोड़ी सी है ज़िंदगी
जगी
धड़कन नई
जाना ज़िंदा हूँ मैं तो अभी
कुछ ऐसी लगन
लम्हे में है
ये लम्हा कहाँ था मेरा
अब है सामने
इसे छू लूँ ज़रा
मर जाऊँ
या जी लूँ ज़रा
खुशियाँ चूम लूँ
या रो लूँ ज़रा
मर जाऊँ
या जी लूँ ज़रा

हो॰॰॰ अभी
मुझ में कहीं
बाकी थोड़ी सी है ज़िंदगी

हो॰॰॰ धूप में जलते हुये तन को
छाया पेड़ की मिल गई
रूठे बच्चे की हंसी जैसे
फुसलाने से फिर खिल गई
कुछ ऐसा ही अब महसूस दिल को हो रहा है
बरसों के पुराने ज़ख़्मों पे मरहम लगा सा है
कुछ ऐसा रहम
इस लम्हे में
ये लम्हा कहाँ था मेरा
अब है सामने
इसे छू लूँ ज़रा
मर जाऊँ
या जी लूँ ज़रा
खुशियाँ चूम लूँ
या रो लूँ ज़रा
मर जाऊँ
या जी लूँ ज़रा


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 sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

de de
de de
allah ke naam pe de de
ek time machine ka sawaal hai baba

I need a time machine. Ah yes, you will all also say the same; exactly, we all need a time machine. I want to go back into the previous century, and view all these movies that create so much mystery and intrigue. Every film that I am not able to find anything about, makes me want to invent a time machine, and fly back into the past and watch the films, and then come back and write a more informed article about it.

Par kya karen, science has made a lot of promises, tried to explain a lot of things, but has not been successful in communicating with the past. Oh how I wish it were possible. There are ten thousand reasons that I want this wish to be fulfilled, and majority of them are the old cinema that I just crave to be able to lay my eyes on. And this lacuna is only increasing by the day.

Here we are Yippeeing films regularly, and here I am, lost and thinking – here is a film I am writing the post for its final song to be posted. And we have absolutely no inkling what this film contained, how did the storyline progress, how did the songs fit into the screenplay, how did the actors perform on screen, etc. Most such films are financially not successful and hence they are lost without anyone wanting to take care of them.

Ah yes, these are the “lost children” of the industry, whom no one cared for. These creatures were ‘conceived’, then ‘developed’ and ‘produced’ putting together many methods, and then they were finally ‘delivered’. But for some reason these ‘children’ were not accepted by the society. Mind you, nothing illegitimate about them. Just that many people, not many enough people took a liking for them. And so the very parents who had conceived and developed and delivered them, now chose to discard them on the trash heap. And no one bothered. No one paused to consider – these are legitimate creations, they have a certain content and a certain beauty, and more importantly, each one has a story to tell. And beyond that, even more important, each such offspring knew some very beautifully crafted poems and songs, that were probably sung to either empty halls or to un-appreciative audiences. Nobody, or let me say, not enough people paid up to watch these toddlers sing. Some of them; nay most of them had some very wonderful, some very touching, some very exciting melodies to share. But they were shunned, by the very people for whom they created this music. And the worst is, even their ‘parents’ stopped caring for them. Even they shunned them, and simply let them go.

So many of these new born babes were lost, some thrown in the garbage dumps, some even put to fire by greedy men who just wanted to take the silver thread from the adornment and ornamentation stitched into the clothes of these innocent, blameless and helpless children, uncared for by their own creators, who let them out without any support, to be lost in the vagaries of a cruel world, of a cruel and greedy industry. We are searching for more information, and yes, hoping against hope to trace the visuals. And then, when such pursuits all fail, then one realizes the utility of a time machine. Oh how I wish. . .

As I write the Yippeee post for this film today, I have gone back and listened to all the five songs that came before this one. And goodness, what a lovely set of creations these songs are –

Chali Chali Matwaali Hawaa”, such delightful melodious three some shared by Lata, Usha and Sudha.

Jaadoo Bhari Ye Chaandni”, such a magical number, making you feel the moonlight in the words, materializing the ‘pyaar ka samaa’ right in front of the eyes

Qadam Qadam Pe Bahaaren Lutaataa”, such a soft and romantic setup created so beautifully by Rafi Sb and Lata ji

Kuchh Meri Nazar Madhosh Hai”, another such soft romantic contemplation by Lata ji, ‘madhosh’ and ‘mastaani’ nazar, kya kehne

and “O Goriye O Poriye O Chhoriye”, such an unbelievable foot tapping number by Manna Da and Geeta Dutt, it takes all the persuasion to confirm that it IS Chitragupt and not Jimmy or Sardool Kwatra.

On listening to these wonderful gems, one just can’t help thinking of the film itself, and the people who created these delightful melodies. Luckily, in this case, we have ‘inside help’. Our own in-house encyclopedia, dear Arun ji, has seen this movie when it was released on the big screen, and he has provided us the story outline, in one of the previously posted songs. I reproduce here, the synopsis that he has shared earlier.

MADAME XYZ (1959) was a B/C grade stunt picture, under the banner of Neo Light films, produced by Ram Kamlani and Balawant Bhatt and directed by Nanubhai Bhatt.
This film was the ultimate in extremes that a hindi film can show.To see such films, one has to suspend the use of brain and normal thinking.

Radha Kishen has 3 daughters – Asha (Shakila), Laxmi(Nalini Chonkar) and Kirti(Purnima). They are shown as super-women. They are trained in Music, Dance, Drama, Riding, Driving, Martial Arts, Swimming, Flying Aircrafts (and all other skills I forgot to mention). They are kind, lovable, rich and God knows what else ! They have 3 boy friends – Suresh, Bhagwan and Sudesh respectively who are equally qualified like them.

A terribly rich friend of Radha Kishen, Raja Biharilal, on a visit to them is murdered in their house. Radha Kishen is arrested and given 15 days to prove his innocence. Raja Biharilal’s hugh wealth is in a safe,which has 4 keys. 3 Keys are kept with people in 3 corners of India, and the 4th Master key is here.

The girls and their friends start their chase of the killer and move from Qutub Minar to Brindavan Gardens to Jagannath puri to Calcutta and Punjab. They fight the criminals on road, in rail and in aircraft, as well as on a ship.

Finally they all gather in Calcutta, where they send a remote controlled riderless motor cycle after the killer (Pran) and arrest him.

Need I further tell you what happens next ? Of course I must (why only I should suffer alone?).

The end is sweet, father is released – ba-izzat, and the 3 daughters get married to 3 (idiots, you said?) boy friends.

The End (at last !).

This movie is a Neolite films production. It was produced by Ram Kamalani, Balwant Bhatt and directed by Nanabhai Mistry. The movie had Suresh, Shakeela, David, Nalini Chonkar, Purnima, Shammi, Bhagwan, Pran, Sudesh Kumar, Nana Palsikar, Kumar, Jamal, Hari Shivdasani, Hameed, Majnu, Genius, Raja Amrohi, Brahmadutt, Fazloo, Arvind Pandya, Douglas etc in it.

This song is sung by Lata ji. Prem Dhawan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Chitragupta.

A delightful semi classical construction. Quite a wonder that the same music director has composed this aria, the foot tapper “O Goriye, O Poriye. . .” and the soft romantic “Qadam Qadam Pe Bahaaren Lutaata”, all of them together in this film. Chitragupt at his most versatile best.

With this song, the film ‘Madam XYZ’ now joins the ranks of the films with all their songs represented on our blog.

Yippeee. . .

Song – Maane Na Maane Na Manmohan (Madam XYZ) (1959) Singers – Lata Mangehskar, Lyrics – Prem Dhawan, MD – Chitragupt

Lyrics

maane na maane na
manmohan
maane na maane na
manmohan
murali bajaaye
jiya tadpaaye
murali bajaaye
jiya tadpaaye
murali bajaaye
jiya tadpaaye
maane na maane na
manmohan
maane na maane na
manmohan

aaa aaa aaaaaaaa
jamuna kina..aa..are
jab wo puka..aa..are
jamuna kina..aa..are
jab wo puka..aa..are
daudi daudi aaun
raha nahin jaaye
maane na maane na
manmohan
maane na maane na. . .
maane na maane na. . .
maane na maane na . . .

ga ma re sa
re ma ni ni pa ma
pa ni sa re sa
bainyaan maro..o..ode
anchra na chhode
bainyaan maro..o..ode
anchra na chhode
ro ro main haari
jiya ghabraaye
maane na maane na
manmohan
maane na maane na..aa..aa

sa re sa
pa ni pa
ga ma re sa re ga
dha pa ma pa
pa ni pa
pa dha ni sa ni re sa
dha pa ma pa pa ni pa pa dha ni sa ni re sa ga

aaa aaa aaa aaa aaa aaaaaa
aaa aaaa aaaaa aaaaa aaaaaaaa
maane na maane
na
maane na maane
na
maane na maane na..aa..aa..aaa

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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माने ना माने ना
मनमोहन
माने ना माने ना
मनमोहन
मुरली बजाए
जिया तड़पाये
मुरली बजाए
जिया तड़पाये
मुरली बजाए
जिया तड़पाये
माने ना माने ना
मनमोहन
माने ना माने ना
मनमोहन

आss आs आssssss
जमुना किना॰॰आ॰॰रे
जब वो पुका॰॰आ॰॰रे
जमुना किना॰॰आ॰॰रे
जब वो पुका॰॰आ॰॰रे
दौड़ी दौड़ी आऊँ
रहा नहीं जाये
माने ना माने ना
मनमोहन
माने ना माने ना॰ ॰ ॰
माने ना माने ना॰ ॰ ॰
माने ना माने ना॰ ॰ ॰

ग म रे स
रे माँ नी नी प म
प नी स रे स
बइय्यां मरो॰॰ओ॰॰ड़े
अँचरा ना छोड़े
बइय्यां मरो॰॰ओ॰॰ड़े
अँचरा ना छोड़े
रो रो मैं हारी
जिया घबराए
माने ना माने ना
मनमोहन
माने ना माने ना॰॰आ॰॰आ

स रे स
प नी प
ग म रे स रे ग
ध प म प
प नी प
प ध नी स नी रे स
ध प म प प नी प प ध नी स नी रे स ग

आs आs आs आs आs आsssss
आs आss आsss आsss आssssss
माने ना माने
ना
माने ना माने
ना
माने ना माने ना॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आss


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 sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Atul ji’s 10K Song Milestone Celebrations – 6
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Hullo to all in Atuldom

Mubaarak Ho. . .

At the very outset, I must congratulate our Leader or Sutradhar as I like to call him or Ranchi Wala Gaanewala as Sudhir ji once called him (he is no longer in Ranchi but the name stays) on reaching a very important milestone- 10000 songs, imagine it is TEN THOUSAND posts by a single person. For this we should all give a collective YYIIPPEEEE!!!! Mubarak Ho! Mubarak Ho!

This must be a record of sorts where a blog has survived this looong and its karta-dharta has sooo many posts to his credit. And to think that this blog doesn’t make any comments or remarks on any person, place, caste, religion etc. the closest we come to religion is when a bhajan or qawwali is posted. Three cheers to that!

I would love to learn from our dear Atul ji how he manages his time. I know for sure that he has to look after his pets, home and job along with reading up and doing research for and about the songs that he intends to post here in the blog. Also, he has the added task of enduring pests like me who send contribution at the nth hour. Only I know the number of times I might have messaged him or called him to draw his attention to a mail that I had sent him, after discovering a birth date or death anniversary around one o’clock (day-time 😉), then looking for a song, writing a post, reading the whole thing at least once before I send it; all this would take me an hour or two; by which time it will be 4 in the afternoon; by when (I am certain) Atul ji would have had his stock of posts ready for the day; but the angel that he is he will still try his level best to accommodate this late entry of mine. Thank you Atul ji for reigniting the writing bug in me after possibly 20 years of inaction.

I am sure more organised people like Guru ji, Maha Guru ji, Sudhir ji and also all the regulars who send contributions; send their posts and farmaishes well in advance so that Atul ji finds time to decide where to fit in that particular post or check the lyrics for correctness etc. I am sure he does this even after 13k+ songs have been posted and all his contributors are sticklers for correct details about the songs they send and the lyrics that go with it. This blog is the only place in the cyber world where we find songs with complete and correct lyrics in addition to a little knowledge about the songs or the movie or the picturization etc. And what I admire most about his style is he is ready to admit when he has not heard a particular note or syllable. He admits when he cannot recognise an artist. He does not show an “I know everything” attitude. Hats off to you Atul ji.

You are a true leader in the sense that after I started following the blog I have started paying attention to the words, music, lyricist etc. connected with songs. Till then I used to be a slave of the song, only!!! I can show many songs where I used to sing them along with whatever I thought was the right words. The most recent example of me, finding myself wrong being,when I heard this ever favourite song of mine from Navrang – “Aadha Hain Chandrama“. I used to sing it as “Sur aadha hain saamne baadha” (God alone knows why I thought those were the words). Recently when I heard the song again I realised that it is “Sur aadha hi shaam ne saadha”. I don’t want to give more examples and make this post extra-long. Thank you Atul ji, for making me an attentive listener. Now there is only one thing left for me to-do; visit him in his den and see him in action as I am sure many in this Atuldom have had the chance to.

We all know that before he began Atulsongaday our “fearless leader” (again borrowing a term that Sudhir ji uses for our Sutradhar) had started a blog on another pet passion of his, and that is why he is SQUARECUT ATUL. I am not sure if he himself was ever a cricketer but he is an avid follower of the game and that is another passion that many of us Atulites share with him. And with it being the IPL season the cricket bug is in the air. I think the song with this post I ideal for the occasion. It is from the 2007 release ‘Hattrick’ which is produced by UTV Movies and directed by Milan Luthria. It has a non-starry cast of Paresh Rawal, Nana Patekar, Danny and Kunal Kapoor with Rimi Sen. It showed the life of cricket crazy characters one of whom was himself an ex-cricketer (Danny). It has Sandeep Patil, Harsha Bhogle and Gautam Bhimani (the commentator) making guest appearances. The movie had Mayur Puri, Amit Khanna, Vishal Dadlani & Ashish Pandit as lyricists and Pritam Chakravarty as the music director. Today’s song is by Mayur Puri and Usha Iyer (that was what she was when she debuted and later on became Uthup) with Earl Edgar D’Souza. The song appears towards the end of the movie and we have the whole cast grooving in the party mood with Bhogle, Bhimani,John Abraham and Usha Uthup joining the fun.

Let’s celebrate our leader’s looooong innings. As the cricket commentators used to say once upon a time “over to the stadium for the live relay of the match” I say “over to the song now.”


Song – Run To Banega Par Wicket Bachaa (Hattrick) (2007) Singer – Usha Uthup, Lyrics – Mayur Puri, MD – Preetam
Earl Edgar
Chorus

Lyrics

—–???
(lots of English words by Earl Edgar)

apni kismat ka tu hi god
zindagi hai baayees gaj ki daud
bat ko zameen se rakh chipka
run to banega par wicket bacha
ye dekh aayi next ball
kya hai tera call
khelega uthake ab tu banega wall
zara cut to laga
dekho hota hai kya
run to banega par wicket bacha

dil se
shout India
dil se
shout India
dil se jeet le dilko
bas thats the way to play
dil se
shout India
dil se
shout India
dil se jeet le dilko
bas thats the way to play

(again lots of English words)

silly point pe hai life latki
sab ki nigaahen tujh pe hai atki
tujhe mile mauka
tu laga le choka
run to banega par wicket bacha
sabko hai doubt
tu hai hone wala out
beat jo hua toh sabhi karenge shout
koi gap dhoond kar saare fielder bhaga
run to banega par  wicket bacha

dil se
shout India
dil se
shout India
dil se jeet le dilko
bas thats the way to play
dil se
shout India
dil se
shout India
dil se jeet le dilko
bas thats the way to play

(again Earl Edgar)

khel ye nahi hai ye hai jung mere bhai
aaj tu dikha de tere rang mere bhai
dang reh jaaye sabhi dekh tera hausla
run to banega par wicket bacha
chaahe right chaahe aaye googly
tujpe uthe na kabhi koi ungali
bas score ko badha
bina liye khatra
run to banega par  wicket bacha

dil se
shout India
dil se
come on India
dil se jeet le dilko
bas thats the way to play
dil se
shout India
dil se
shout India
dil se jeet le dilko
bas that the way to play
dil se
shout India
dil se
shout India
dil se jeet le dilko
bas that the way to play


This article is written by Bharat Upadhyay, 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 sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Atul ji’s 10K Song Milestone Celebrations – 5
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Lata’s Songs NOT YET covered on our Blog – 19
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First, let me congratulate our leader of this Blog for the unsurpassed feat of posting so many songs in one Blog.  I had the rare opportunity to meet him personally in our ‘MumbAtulite’ meet.  My impression is that he does not speak much but when he does, he speaks straight and to the point. (You cricketers use the phrase ‘with the straight bat’, right?)  He is also ‘famous’, or rather ‘infamous’ (pardon me for using the word, but I am using it without any negative shade to it), for not attending most of the Atulite meets.  We all very well know that he plans very much to attend, but his work schedule does not allow him to do so and has to cancel at the last moment.

My selection of today’s song, according to me, is the wish of all us Atulites represented by the first line (asthaayi) of this song by Lata ji, that Atul bhai is most welcome even as a surprise visit.

chaahe chori chori aao
chaahe chhup chhup aao
par ham ko ATUL ji jaroor milna
ho jaroor milna

“Baansariya” (1949) is a Nigaristaan Films Production movie.  It is directed by Ram Narayan Dave. The movie had Ram Singh, Geeta Bali, Om Prakash, Randhir, Kuldip, Sofia, Gulab, Uma Dutt, Shanti Madhok etc in it.

Mulkraj Bhakri is the lyricist. Music is composed by the dual MDs, Husnlal Bhagatram.

Since I do not have HFGK handy here in US, I am unable to state how many songs this film had but according to ‘Lata Samagra’, there were at least four Lata’s solos and all of them are yet to be discussed on our musical Blog, and this is the first one out of them.
[Ed Note: As per Geet Kosh, there are 8 songs in this film; 4 are Lata ji solos, 2 are solos by Geeta Roy, one solo by Rafi Sb and one solo by SD Batish.]

Only the audio of this song is available and so it is difficult to say how and on whom this song is picturised.  I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song. The tune will remind many of so many other songs by the same MDs.  I am also sure that our own Nitinbhai will comment certainly about their recognizable stereo type style.

Now we look forward to the next 10K from Atul ji.


Song – Chaahe Chori Chori Aao Chaahe Chhup Chhup Aao (Baansariya) (1949) Singer – Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Mulkhraj Bhakri, MD – Huanlal Bhagatram

Lyrics

chaahe chori chori aao
chaahe chhup chhup aao
par ham ko piyaa ji jaroor milna
ho jaroor milna
chaahe chori chori aao
chaahe chhup chhup aao
par ham ko piyaa ji jaroor milna
ho jaroor milna
 
jaadoo bhare nainon mein
main piyaji hoon kho gayee
sara jag chhod ke main ek teri ho gayee
ek teri ho gayee
jaadoo bhare nainon mein
main piyaji hoon kho gayee
sara jag chhod ke main ek teri ho gayee
ek teri ho gayee
duniya ki nazaron se door milna
par ham ko piyaaji jaroor milna
ho jaroor milana
chaahe chori chori aao
chaahe chhup chhup aao
par ham ko piyaa ji jaroor milna
ho jaroor milna
 
haal tumhe aaj apne dil ka sunana hai
aana dekhbhaal ke bedard zamana
bedard zamana hai
haal tumhe aaj apne dil ka sunana hai
aana dekhbhaal ke bedard zamana
bedard zamana hai
duniya ki nazaron se door milna
par ham ko piyaaji jaroor milana
ho jaroor milana
chaahe chori chori aao
chaahe chhup chhup aao
par ham ko piyaa ji jaroor milna
ho jaroor milna

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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चाहे चोरी चोरी आओ
चाहे छुप छुप आओ
पर हमको पिया जी जरूर मिलना
हो जरूर मिलना
चाहे चोरी चोरी आओ
चाहे छुप छुप आओ
पर हमको पिया जी जरूर मिलना
हो जरूर मिलना

जादू भरे नैनों में
मैं पीया जी हूँ खो गई
सारा जग छोड़ के मैं एक तेरी हो गई
एक तेरी हो गई
जादू भरे नैनों में
मैं पीया जी हूँ खो गई
सारा जग छोड़ के मैं एक तेरी हो गई
एक तेरी हो गई
दुनिया की नज़रों से दूर मिलना
पर हमको पिया जी जरूर मिलना
हो जरूर मिलना
चाहे चोरी चोरी आओ
चाहे छुप छुप आओ
पर हमको पिया जी जरूर मिलना
हो जरूर मिलना

हाल तुम्हें आज अपने दिल का सुनाना है
आना देखभाल के बेदर्द ज़माना है
बेदर्द ज़माना है
हाल तुम्हें आज अपने दिल का सुनाना है
आना देखभाल के बेदर्द ज़माना है
बेदर्द ज़माना है
दुनिया की नज़रों से दूर मिलना
पर हमको पिया जी जरूर मिलना
हो जरूर मिलना
चाहे चोरी चोरी आओ
चाहे छुप छुप आओ
पर हमको पिया जी जरूर मिलना
हो जरूर मिलना


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 sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Atul ji’s 10K Song Milestone Celebrations – 4
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कर्मणये वाधिकारस्ते मां फलेषु कदाचन ।
मां कर्मफलहेतुर्भू: मांते संङगोस्त्वकर्मणि ।।
Karmanye aadhikaraste ma phaleshu kadachan
Ma karmaphalheturbhu maate sangostavakarmani

[You have a right to perform your duties but without any expectation.  You have no right to the fruits of your works. Let yourselves be not attached to inaction.]

I used to remember this shloka (verses) during the telecasting of ‘Mahabharat’ on TV. In the recent period, I have once again started recalling this shloka as I find this shloka apt for Atul ji! He has been doing his karma (duties) of posting Hindi film and non-film songs faithfully since the inception of the Blog on July 19, 2008 without expectation of any kind of rewards.

In the sphere of blogging, 10000 posts appearing on one blog on one subject by Atul ji may be a record of some sort. If I take a modest estimate of say 300 words per post, 10000 posts translate to a total words of 3,00,000, that is about half of the word count of the English edition of Leo Tolstoy’s novel ‘War and Peace’. Surely, this milestone is worthy of a grand celebration.

Atul ji started this Blog as one of his interests where he could express his admiration of certain Hindi film songs that he loves. When did his interest turned into a passion? It is not difficult to guess if one goes by the monthly statistics of the songs covered in the Blog. In less than a year from the date of starting this Blog, the daily average number of songs discussed in it, significantly exceeded the original intent of discussing at least one song a day. Now it was not the interest but the passion that was on work.

Over a period of time, the original intent of the Blog to discuss the songs that Atul ji loves has now given room for discussing a much larger canvas of Hindi film and non-film songs. Now the Blog has over 13000 Hindi film and non-film songs. With a paradigm shift to cover all type of Hindi film songs in terms of the number of films as well as the number of films with all songs covered, the scope of the Blog has been considerably widened. With this, the attendant works in maintaining the Blog in terms of accuracy, the mind blowing statistics and some other value additions have significantly increased.

How does Atul ji find time to attend to the Blog work which has become enormous? It is often said that when a person is passionate about his interest, he would find ways to get time and the resources to attend to his passion.  He would not give up his passion irrespective of whether or not he gets motivated and he is appreciated for his work. Of course, motivation and appreciation are tonic for such kind of passion. It is quite admirable that despite Atul ji being a low profile person,  the number of his admirers has been steadily increasing if I go by the comments of appreciations of his monumental work appearing on the Blog and the elsewhere.

Atul ji has always given credit to the contributions of the regular visitors to the Blog as commentators, lyrics providers and guest writers etc whom he calls as his musical bandwagon. This speaks of his modesty. We all know as to how much time he has been devoting and the efforts he has been making to maintain a standard of information on the Blog. A musical bandwagon cannot move and deliver unless it is led by a powerful ‘locomotive’ called Atul Besra.

As a part of the musical bandwagon, I can say about myself that I have interests in Hindi films and non-film songs and about those connected with it. But I do not have passion like Atul ji. Interest can wane over a period of time though after some time, it can also resurface. But passion is perpetual. It is in this context I feel comfortable that the Blog is in the hands of  a person who is passionate about it.

Congratulations Atul ji for achieving a significant milestone of posting your own 10000 posts on the Blog. You have worked very hard to achieve this milestone. You are an inspiration for all of us in pursuing our own passions. More strength to your elbow.

As I said earlier, 10000 posts by Atul ji on the Blog is worthy of a grand celebrations. As per Atul ji’s intention of covering at least one song from the film which is yet to be represented on the Blog, I am presenting a rare song ‘Dil Thha Kabhi Tumhaara Ab Ho Chuka Hamaara’ from the film ‘GAURI’ (1943) sung by Brijmala. The song  is written by Kidar Sharma and is set to music by Khemchand Prakash.

‘Gauri’ (1943) was produced under the banner of Ranjit Movietone and was directed by Kidar Sharma. Prithviraj Kapoor and Monica Desai were in the lead roles supported by Shamim, Amarnath, Brijmala, Rajendra, Kamala Chatterjee, Rajkumari Shukla, Raj Kapoor etc. Probably, this may be first film in which  Raj Kapoor acted in an adult role with his father, Prithviraj Kapoor.

This was Kidar Sharma’s second film as a director after joining Ranjit Movietone in 1941, the first being ‘Armaan’ (1942). The story of ‘Gauri’ (1943) was set in Calcutta (Kolkata) and connected with the popular Durga Pooja festival. It was a human relation story around a family of an idol maker of Goddess Durga. The role of the idol maker was played by Prithviraj Kapoor. Monica Desai played the role of Gauri. The film was the 7th highest grossing Hindi films released in 1943.

There were 9 songs in the film which have become rare. Except one song, none of the songs are available on YT. The song under discussion is the second from the film which I have recently uploaded on YT.

Enjoy this lighthearted romantic song with the element of some teasing.


Song – Dil Tha Kabhi Tumhaara (Gauri) (1943) Singer – Brijmala, Lyrics – Kedar Sharma, MD – Khemchand Prakash

Lyrics

dil thha kabhi tumhaara
dil thha kabhi tumhaara
ab ho chuka hamaara
aan haan
aan haan
ho chuka hamaara
hamre liye hamesha
hamre liye hamesha
phirta hai maara maara
aan haan
aan haan
phirta hai maara maara
majboor hai bechaara
haan haan
majboor hai bechaara

kaliyon se kunj mehaka
kaliyon se kunj mehaka
bulbul ke sang chehka
bulbul ke sang chehka
koyal ki kook sun li
koyal ki kook sun li
to haaye jaan pukaara
phir kya kare bechaara
haan haan
phir kya kare bechaara

apni mita ke hasti
maujon se leke masti
apni mita ke hasti
maujon se leke masti
haan
maujon se leke masti
nazaron se pi raha hai
nazaron se pi raha hai
paa kar mera ishaaraa
paa kar mera ishaaraa
ye lut gaya bechaara
haan haan
ye lut gaya bechaara

jo dil ko na lutaaye
wo preet kya nibhaaye ae ae
jo dil ko na lutaaye
wo preet kya nibhaaye
wo ishq ishq kab thha
wo ishq ishq kab thha
jo husn se na haara
jo husn se na haara
majboor hai bechaara
haan haan
majboor hai bechaara
dil thhaa kabhi tumhaara
dil thhaa kabhi tumhaara

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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दिल था कभी तुम्हारा
दिल था कभी तुम्हारा
अब हो चुका हमारा
आं हाँ
आं हाँ
हो चुका हमारा
हमरे लिए हमेशा
हमरे लिए हमेशा
फिरता है मारा मारा
आं हाँ
आं हाँ
फिरता है मारा मारा
मजबूर है बेचारा
हाँ हाँ
मजबूर है बेचारा

कलियों से कुंज महका
कलियों से कुंज महका
बुलबुल के संग चहका
बुलबुल के संग चहका
कोयल की कूक सुन ली
कोयल की कूक सुन ली
तो हाए जां पुकारा
फिर क्या करे बेचारा
हाँ हाँ
फिर क्या करे बेचारा

अपनी मिटा के हस्ती
मौजों से लेके मस्ती
अपनी मिटा के हस्ती
मौजों से लेके मस्ती
हाँ
मौजों से लेके मस्ती
नज़रों से पी रहा है
नज़रों से पी रहा है
पा कर मेरा इशारा
पा कर मेरा इशारा
ये लुट गया बेचारा
हाँ हाँ
ये लुट गया बेचारा

जो दिल को ना लुटाये
वो प्रीत क्या निभाए ॰॰ए ॰॰ए
जो दिल को ना लुटाये
वो प्रीत क्या निभाए
वो इश्क़ इश्क़ कब था
वो इश्क़ इश्क़ कब था
जो हुस्न से ना हारा
जो हुस्न से ना हारा
मजबूर है बेचारा
हाँ हाँ
मजबूर है बेचारा
हाँ हाँ
दिल था कभी तुम्हारा
दिल था कभी तुम्हारा


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 sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

‘Nirmohi’, from 1952 is a film produced by Shriram Sharma, and directed by Baij Sharma for the banner of Sheetal Movies, Bombay.  The cast of actors in this social drama includes Nutan, Sajjan, Raj Mehra, Leela Misra, Chaman Puri, Neeru, Amarnath, CL Kavish, Neeru, Kanchan etc. amongst others. The eight songs in this film are shared between Uddhav Kumar, Indeevar and PN Rangeen, as far as song writing is concerned. Music is by Madan Mohan. This particular song is from the pen of Indeevar. The singing voices are those of Kavita and Lalit Mohan.

Now, both the singer names are unfamiliar. As I scan the Geet Kosh for these names, I find that the name Lalit Mohan appears only in two songs in this film, and nowhere else. In case of Kavita, her name appears in just three films, one from 1948 and two from 1952; and then nothing else. The other song from this film that has the voice of Lalit Mohan, is already posted on our blog – “Aisi Chot Jiyaa Ne Khaai”. I request our readers and friends to please add more information if available, about these singers.

No other information is available about this film. Again, a request for readers to add more information if available.

If we review the status of the artists, when this film was released, we find that most of them are in the infancy of their careers. Madan Mohan had made his debut as a music director in 1950 (‘Aankhen’). The same can be said about Nutan, her first film was ‘Hamaari Beti’ (1950). Sajjan had started his career in early 1940s, in Calcutta, doing bit roles and working as assistant to directors. Like many other artists, he also moved to Bombay in the mid 1940s. Here he gravitated towards Prithvi Theatres, and from that platform he came on to cinema screen. For him too, his first significant role, opposite to Nalini Jaiwant, was in the film ‘Muqaddar’ in 1950.

Indeevar, the songwriter appeared on the scene in 1946, when he wrote the lyrics for films like ‘Black Market’ and ‘Double Face’. As per Geet Kosh records, these are the earliest films where we find his name appearing.

As far as the availability of songs is concerned, luckily the audio version of all the eight songs is available. Seven of these are already posted on our blog. Today, I bring online the eighth and final song of this film, which probably has been sidelined because the singer names are unfamiliar. As I listened to this song while preparing this post, I am surprised, because the song and its rendition are quite delightful. It is peppy number that tells about first love. The music is engaging, and the song deserves more attention than it apparently has received.

And so, with this post, the film ‘Nirmohi’ now joins the rank of ‘Yippeee films on our blog.

Song – Ye Suhaana Samaa, Ye Umangen Jawaan (Nirmohi) (1952) Singers – Kavita, Lalit Mohan, Lyrics – Indeevar, MD – Madan Mohan

Lyrics

ye suhaana samaa
ye umangen jawaan
ye bahaaren
mere armaan tujhko pukaaren
mere armaan tujhko pukaaren

gungunaane lagi hai jawaani
hmmm hmmm
hmmm hmmm
hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmmmmm
hmmm hmmm
hmmm hmmm
gungunaane lagi hai jawaani
kehti phirti hain aankhen kahaani
kehti phirti hain aankhen kahaani
raat aankhon mein kab tak guzaaren
mere armaan tujhko pukaaren
ye suhaana samaa
ye umangen jawaan
ye bahaaren
mere armaan tujhko pukaaren
mere armaan tujhko pukaaren

aate hain jab hwaaon ke jhonke
teri aahat samajh ke ye chaunke
teri aahat samajh ke ye chaunke
raah nis din ye naina nihaaren
mere armaan tujhko pukaaren
ye suhaana samaa
ye umangen jawaan
ye bahaaren
mere armaan tujhko pukaaren
mere armaan tujhko pukaaren

jo bin byaahe
mujhko likhe hai
aisi paati
kisey tu likhe hai

naam loon to umariya ghatey hai
hai wohi jo papeeha ratey hai
meri paati pathaa de tu jaldi
haath peeley hon lag jaaye haldi
loon khushi se main teri balainyyaan
jo ghar aa jaaye mora sainyyaan
jo ghar aa jaaye mora sainyyaan

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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ये सुहाना समां
ये उमंगें जवां
ये बहारें
मेरे अरमान तुझको पुकारें
मेरे अरमान तुझको पुकारें

हम्म हम्म
हम्म हम्म
हम्म हम्म हम्म
हम्म हम्म हम्म
हम्म हम्म हम्मममम
हम्म हम्म
हम्म हम्म
गुनगुनाने लगीं है जवानी
कहती फिरती हैं आँखें कहानी
कहती फिरती हैं आँखें कहानी
रात आँखों में कब तक गुजारें
मेरे अरमान तुझको पुकारें
ये सुहाना समां
ये उमंगें जवां
ये बहारें
मेरे अरमान तुझको पुकारें
मेरे अरमान तुझको पुकारें

आते हैं जब हवाओं के झोंके
तेरी आहट समझ के ये चौंके
तेरी आहट समझ के ये चौंके
राह निस दिन ये नैना निहारें
मेरे अरमान तुझको पुकारें
ये सुहाना समां
ये उमंगें जवां
ये बहारें
मेरे अरमान तुझको पुकारें
मेरे अरमान तुझको पुकारें

जो बिन ब्याहे
मुझको लिखे है
ऐसी पाती
किसे तू लिखे है

नाम लूँ तो उमरिया घटे है
है वही जो पपीहा रटे है
मेरी पाती पठा दे तू जल्दी
हाथ पीले हों लग जाये हल्दी
लूँ खुशी से मैं तेरी बलैय्यां
जो घर आ जाये मोरा सैंय्यां
जो घर आ जाये मोरा सैंय्यां


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