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“Ek Ke Baad Ek”(1960) was produced and directed by Raj Rishi for Rajkala, Bombay.

This movie had Dev Anand, Sharda, Tarla Mehta, Radhakishan, Prabhu, S K Prem, Hiralal, Madhu Apte, Fazal, Ravikant, Vimal, Mumtaz, Rani Sachdev, Shah, Omi etc with lots of child artists, viz. Brij, Reeta, Geeta, Raj Amrohi, Kiran Kumar, Manorama etc.

Seven songs from this movie have been discussed in the past.

Here is the eighth and final song from the movie. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Kaifi Azmi is the lyricist. Music is composed by S D Burman.

Though the video of other songs of this movie are available, video of this song does not seem to be available. I wonder whether it was a case of a song excluded from the song. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.

With this song, “Ek Ke Baad Ek”(1960) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Pagli hawa jaane re (Ek Ke Baad Ek)(1960) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Kaifi Azmi, MD-S D Burman

Lyrics

he ae
pagli hawa jaane re ae
bairi ghata jaane re ae
pagli hawa jaane re
bairi ghata jaane re
jaane paayaliya mori
ghoonghat mora jaane re
dil ki lagi
haaye dil ki lagi jaane na
jaane na maane na
dil ki lagi jaane na
ek mora saajna
ho mora
mora baalma
hey ae
pagli hawa jaane re
hey
ae

hey ae
holi jale baar baar
aayi na man mein bahaar
raah main takti rahi
goonth ke ansuwan ke haar
dil ki lagi
haaye
dil ki lagi jaane na
jaane na maane na
dil ki lagi jaane na
ek mora saajna
ho mora
mora balma
hey ae
pagli hawa jaane re
hey
ae

hey ae
baaten banaane lagi ee
ji ko jalaane lagi
baaten banaane lagi
ji ko jalaane lagi
bhed khula ghaat par
sakhiya sataane lagi
dil ki lagi
haaye
dil ki lagi jaane na
jaane na
maane na
dil ki lagi jaane na
ek mora saajna
ho mora
mora baalma
hey ae
pagli hawa jaane re
hey
ae

hey ae
ghunghru ka sun sun ke shor
duniya jhuke mori oar
ghunghru ka sun sun ke shor
duniya jhuke mori oar
dekh ke matwaali chaal
naach uthhe van mein mor
dil ki lagi
haaye dil ki lagi jaane na
jaane na maane na
dil ki lagi jaane na
ek mora saajna
ho mora
mora baalma
hey ae
pagli hawa jaane re


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“Aage Kadam”(1943) was directed by N R Acharya for Acharya Arts Productions, Bombay. The movie had Motilal, Anjali Devi, Mubarak, Padma Bannerji, Raj Kumari Shukla, Mishra, Nand Kishore, Master Amrit Lal, Leela Pawar, Narbada Shankar etc in it.

This obscure movie had eight obscure songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Aage Kadam”(1943) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Motilal. Seeing that he acted in this movie, it is clear that the song was picturised on himself.

Lyrics were written by Kailash Matwala.

There were two music directors in this movie namely Master Madho Lal and Ramchandra Pal, but the distribution of songs among the two is not known.

With this song, “”Aage Kadam”(1943) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Wo roothhe huye hain manaana padega(Aage Kadam )(1943) Singer-Motilal, Lyrics-Kailash Matwala

Lyrics

wo roothhe huye hain
manaana padega
wo roothhe huye hain
manaana padega
ye wo raaz hai jo chhipaana padega
ye wo raaz hai jo chhipaana padega
chhipaana padega
wo roothhe huye hain
manaana padega
wo roothhe huye hain
manaana padega

bala ban gayi
unki be-aitbaari
tabaahi hai di mein
ye haay beqaraari
dilaaun main kyun kar
yaqeen unko apna aa
unhen
unhen ek din dil dikhaana padega
unhen ek din dil dikhaana
o ho
dikhaana padega
wo roothhe huye hain
manaana padega
wo roothhe huye hain
manaana padega

raham gar na aaye
hamaare kiye par
raham gar na aaye
hamaare kiye par
taras khaao
haay raam
taras khaao is apne jigri diye par
taras khaao ji haan
taras khaao is apne jigri diye par

agar khul gayi ye banaawat dikhaawat
agar khul gayi ye banaawat dikhaawat
to
bistar yahaan se uthhaana padega
to bistar yahaan se uthhaana
ji haan
uthhaana padega
wo roothhe huye hain
manaana padega
wo roothhe huye hain


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“Ek Roz”(1947) was directed by Dawood Chand for Gupta Art Productions, Bombay. The movie had Al Nasir, Nasreen, Saleem Raza, Asha Posley, Shamlal, Nafees Begum, Azmal etc. in it. There were nine songs in the film. Five of these songs have been covered in the Blog.

Here is the sixth song from “Ek Roz”(1947) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Dilshad Begam. Sarshar Sailaani is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shyam Sundar.

I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.

I have not been able to get a few words right in the lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections wherever applicable in the lyrics.


Song-O bhoolne waale gham mein tere (Ek Roz)(1947) Singer-Dilshad Begam, Lyrics-Sarshar Sailaani, MD-Shyam Sundar

Lyrics

o bhoolne waale gham mein tere
o bhoolne waale gham mein tere
ham apna fasaana bhool gaye
dukh dard ne aisa gher liya
lab tak bhi silaana bhool gaye
o bhoolne waale gham mein tere

ae baad e saba
keh deeje zara
guzre jo unse kooche se ae ae ae
ik guinyyaan(?) ro ro kahti thi
ik guinyyaan(?) ro ro kahti thi
kyun laut ke aana bhool gaye
o bhoolne waale gham mein tere

ulfat to likh di kismat ne
taqdeer ke likhne waale ne ae ae
wo jinko diya thha dil hamne
wo jinko diya thha dil hamne
ulfat ko nibhaana bhool gaye
o bhoolane waale gham mein tere

ab kashti-e-dil ka khuda haafiz
manjhdhaar mein khewat rooth gaya aa aa aa
jeene ki tamanna chhod chuke
jeene ki tamanna chhod chuke
saahil pe aana bhool gaye
o bhoolne waale gham mein tere


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“Pagli”(1943) was directed by Shankar Mehta for Maheshwari Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Padam, Asha (Posle ?), Kapoor, Aruna, Raza, Anjana, Ramesh, Nafees, Bhaag Singh, Hamida, Charlie, Mohini, Billoo, Deveshwar, Anand, Raj Monga, Kavita etc in it.

The details about this movie are quite confusing. The movie had four .
music directors in it, viz. Jhande Khan, Pt Govind Ram, Amir Ali and Rashid Atre. The movie had ten songs in it and music director wise breakup is known only for four songs. To add more to confusion, there were two lyricists in the movie, viz. Qamar Jalalabadi and Melaram Wafa. The distribution of their workload is not known for nine songs.

The only song in the movie that has “full” details in HFGK is the song under discussion. HFGK mentions this song as sung by Shamsahd Begam, penned by Qamar Jalalabadi and composed by Pt Govindram.

On listening to the song, I had difficulty believing that it was Shamshad Begam’s voice. Moreover, the uploader has mentioned the singer’s name as Naseem Akhtar. Though I am not very familiar with Naseem Akhtar’s voice, I have gone by that.

So, here is this song from “Pagli”(1943), the second song from the movie to appear in the blog. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the details of this movie as well as the song.


Song-Ummeed tadapti hai (Pagli)(1943) Singer-Naseem Akhtar, Lyrics-Qamar Jalalabadi, MD-Pt Govindram

Lyrics

ummeed tadapti hai
ummeed tadapti hai
roti hai tamannaayen
ummeed tadapti hai
duniyaa kaa ishaaraa aa aa hai
duniyaa kaa ishaaraa aa hai
duniyaa se chale jaayen
duniyaa se chale jaayen

husn ki mehfil mein aen aen
ham aaye to kyun aaye
is husn ki mahafil mein aen aen
ham aaye to kyun aaye
yaa wo hi bane apne
yaa ham hi chale jaayen
yaa wo hi bane apne
yaa ham hi chale jaayen
ummeed tadapti hai

manzil pe jinhe aakar
manzil na nazar aaye
ae ae ae
ae ae ae ae ae
wo o bhoole huye raahi
jaayen to kidhar jaayen
wo bhoole huye raahi
jaayen to kidhar jaayen
ummeed tadapti hai

jab ashq machalte hain
aen aen aen
aen aen aen
jab ashq machalte hain
ik dard saa uthhtaa hai
ae ae ae
ae ae ae
tum aankh ko samjhaao
ham dard ko samjhaayen
ummeed tadapti hai
roti hai tamannaayen
ummeed tadapti hai


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“Farishta” (1958) was a Pancholi Production movie. It was directed by Ravindra Dave. The movie had Ashok Kumar, Meena Kumari, Mubarak, Anita Guha, Sohrab Modi, Mehmood, Nana Palsikar, Sheikh Murad, Mridula etc in it.

Four songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the fifth song from “Farishta”(1958) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. The song is picturised on a cheerful Meena Kumari and a dashing Ashok Kumar. Yes, there was a time when Meena Kumari and Ashok Kumar used to play such roles.🙂

The picturisation sometimes shows Meena Kumari with another man whom I am unable to identify. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify him.

This song is penned by Jaan Nisaar Akhtar. Music is composed by O P Nayyar.

It is felt by many lyricist that their role was over after they handed over the lyrics to the music director. A pro active lyricist, like Anand Bakshi would in fact show even more involvement and he would make it a point to attend the recording of the song as well. Sometimes he would find the singer mispronouncing words and he would be at hand to correct the singer. And such corrections may serve as priceless value addition to songs.

It is clear that the lyricist of this song was not available when this song was being recorded. So there was no one at hand to notice the mispronunciation of the word “Jhoothha” at that time. We find the singer repeatedly mispronounce “jhoothha” as “Jhoota” in this song , something that I find quite jarring especially when this is a key word in the song that gets repeated not once or twice but 24 times, with another variation (Jhoothhi, pronounced as jhooti), getting repeated another 12 times.

Video

Audio

Song-Balam bada jhoothha sajan bada jhoothha (Farishta)(1958) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Jaan Nisaar Akhtar, MD-O P Nayyar

Lyrics

balam bada jhootha
sajan bada jhootha
balam bada jhootha
sajan bada jhootha
preet jata ke jhoothi jhoothi
dil mera loota
balam bada jhootha
sajan bada jhootha
preet jata ke jhoothi jhoothi
dil mera loota
balam bada jhootha
sajan bada jhootha

pahle humse aankh chaar ki
bole meethe bol pyaar ke
daali toone haaye wo nazar
rakh di humne jaan waar ke
aaj kyun bhala
humse ye ada
jaa re baalma jaa
balam bada jhootha
sajan bada jhootha
prit jata ke jhoothi jhoothi
dil mera loota
balam bada jhootha
sajan bada jhootha

humse itna naaz kis liye
kuchh to man ki baat bol re
aisi bhi kya baat baalma
humse dil ka raaz khol re
kaun mil gaya
kis pe dil gaya
de na humko dhokha
balam bada jhootha
sajan bada jhootha
preet jata ke jhoothi jhoothi
dil mera loota
balam bada jhootha
sajan bada jhootha

ye bahaane dekh chhod de
humne teri chaal jaan li
ab to ho gayi bhool haaye re
maine teri baat maan li
bol baalma haaye jaalma
leke dil kiya kya
balam bada jhootha
sajan bada jhootha
preet jata ke jhoothi jhoothi
dil mera loota
balam bada jhootha
sajan bada jhootha
prit jata ke jhoothi jhoothi
dil mera loota


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“Ek Ke Baad Ek”(1960) was produced and directed by Raj Rishi for Rajkala, Bombay.

This movie had Dev Anand, Sharda, Tarla Mehta, Radhakishan, Prabhu, S K Prem, Hiralal, Madhu Apte, Fazal, Ravikant, Vimal, Mumtaz, Rani Sachdev, Shah, Omi etc with lots of child artists, viz. Brij, Reeta, Geeta, Raj Amrohi, Kiran Kumar, Manorama etc.

Six songs from this movie have been discussed in the past.

Here is the seventh song from “Ek Ke Baad Ek”(1960) to appear in the blog. The song is a children’s beggar song which is sung by Geeta Dutt, Sudha Malhotra and Chorus. The song is picturised on lots and lots of children, playing orphans. Many of these children belong to S K Prem and Tarla Mehta, who play Dev Anand’s brother and Bhabhi and who would give birth too lots and lots of children one after another, prompting the movie to be titled “Ek Ke Baad Ek”.

One can also see S K Prem and Dev Anand in the picturisation.

Kaifi Azmi is the lyricist. Music is composed by S D Burman.


Song-Haath pasaaare raste raste sabko sadaayen dete hain(Ek Ke Baad Ek)(1960) Singers-Geeta Dutt, Sudha Malhotra, Lyrics-Kaifi Azmi, MD-S D Burman
Chorus

Lyrics

haath pasaare raste raste
sabko sadaayen dete hain

haath pasaare
haath pasaare raste raste
sabko sadaayen dete hain

humko paida karne waalon
humko paida karne waalon
tumko duaayen dete hain
hath pasare raste raste
sabko sadaayen dete hain
haath pasaare

apne se badon ka kehna sun’na
chhota munh aur baat badi
apne se badon ka kehna sunna
chhota munh aur baat badi

jeevan humne kab maanga thha
jeevan humne kab maanga thha
jiski sazaayen dete hain
haath pasaare raste raste
sabko sadaayen dete hain
haath pasaare

aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa

inse unse mil jaata hai
koi tukda roti ka
inse unse mil jaata hai
koi tukda roti ka

dard hamen apnon ne diya hai
dard hamen apnon ne diya hai
gair duwaayen dete hain
haath pasare raste raste
sabko sadaayen dete hain
haath pasaare

chori karna
maangna khaana
ulti seedhi sunte jaana
chori karna
maangna khaana
ulti seedhi sunte jaana

pa ke bhole bachpan ko
pa ke

bhole bachpan ko
ye kaisi adaayen dete hain
haath pasaare raste raste
sabko sadaayen dete hain
haath pasaare raste raste
sabko sadaayen dete hain


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 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.

Atulites – Mumbai Meet – 20th-21st Nov’16
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My sincere thanks to Atul ji for making this year -2016 a ‘memorable year’ for me. This year, I was able to meet many of our regular members at Chennai, Bengaluru and Mumbai. In addition, I could also meet new personalities in this field of Hindi Film Music.

I may well become known as ‘always present Avinash’ instead of ‘illusive Avinash’ if it goes on like this.🙂. Bharat Bhai ji ne naam bhi aisa diya hai ki iske viruddharthi shabd agar aap ‘Google’ par dhoondhe to bhi bade atpate se hain
If you search for the opposite of ‘elusive’ you get this on Google page:

The word “elusive” has many antonyms, but most of them do not convey the exact opposite meaning the way an antonym should. Three words that reflect the opposing meaning of elusive well are “confronting,” “encountering” and “facing.”

I do not know if he has deliberately chosen to use the word ‘illusive’ instead of ‘elusive’ (Deshmukh Sir has pointed this out in one of his comments) because both have different meanings.

I would like to thank Shri Bharat Bhai Upadhyay ji, Shri Sadanand Kamath ji and Shri Arun Deshmukh Sir for all the arrangements of the ‘Mumbai Gang out’ on 20th November 2016. I also thank all our respected guests and regulars who attended the ‘gang out’ for being there and gracing the occasion.

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On 19th November evening, when I boarded the ‘Samarsata’ (I thought they spelled wrong, and it should be ‘Samarasta’, but, even announcement at the Railway Station sounded to me as ‘Samar –Sata’🙂 ) Express at Nagpur railway station, I was more than happy and heaved a great sigh of relief.

After missing the ‘Mumbai gang outs’ three times in a row + one (which did not happen due to very less participants) finally I was going to attend it this time on 20th November 2016.

I could not attend the very first gang-out in Dec’14 due to certain developments at my work place. It happened the Second time in Aug’15 when the train ‘Prerna Express’ (Ahmedabad bound) was cancelled due to heavy rains. I was supposed to travel from Anand to Mumbai on that occasion. It happened for the third time in this current year 2016 in May when again due to work priorities I had to cancel my trip.

Fourth time it was again in this year in September when a possibility of a ‘gang-out’ was being explored but it finally didn’t materialize due to low availability of participants.

On all the previous four occasions mentioned above, my train tickets to and fro were booked and they had to be cancelled at the last minute resulting in ‘revenue-generation’ to the IR and in turn to GOI. It was a small contribution from my side for my love ‘the Indian Railways’. I have been making such contributions for the cause of the nation right from 30th Nov’1988 when I began my professional career.🙂

I arrived at the venue of meeting on the morning of 20th november 2016 with our guest invitee Mr.Deepak Chowdhari, who had joined me at Badnera Station. Three of our Senior members from Mumbai were already available there to welcome us.

After seeing me in person, they all had just this one line of remark … “aakhir aap aa hi gaye”… ‘so finally you have come for ‘Mumbai Gang-out’ !!

Sadanand ji specially made it a point to request Bharat Bhai to now remove the ‘tag’ – ‘illusive’ that he added to my name due to my tendency of backing out from previous ‘gang-outs’ at the last moment.

I will not go into the details on the proceedings of that day which our respected Deshmukh Sir has already covered in his two posts on this ‘gang out’.

I will straight away come to this song which I had already chosen in September 16 when the modalities of ‘gang out’ were being finalised.

Thinking about our respected Deshmukh Sir – ‘our in-house encyclopedia’ and keeping in mind his ‘core’ area of interest and the write-ups on the topics that I liked most i.e. ‘mythological movies’, I searched for a song that would fit in expressing my feelings of my eagerness to meet him and other members, I had chosen this film ‘Krishna Sudaama-1957’ and this song that is being discussed today.

After attending the ‘gang-out’, meeting all the members and staying with Deshmukh Sir for a day, I feel that I should pat myself on my own back for chosing this song which is just the perfect song to express my feelings.

Why?

Let me elaborate on this…

What we seek from these meetings or ‘gang outs’? What does one get and what does one feel after meeting so many knowledgeable persons in Music, movies and/or and HFM?

(PS: Now Deshmukh Sir, in his second post on the ‘gang out’ has also discussed it. I had already drafted this post in advance and I was happy to know that his views were similar to my feelings on this matter.

The first and foremost gain is the ‘everlasting joy of meeting people whom we already know through this blog’ and then the ‘eternal happiness’ we feel after meeting these people.

These are people with whom over the years we have developed a ‘strong bond of relationship’, and meeting them in person is like getting into a ‘different world altogether’ (Words fail me here to express my feelings).

In this context, what motivates and inspires me is ‘HFM’, this blog ‘ASAD’, then meeting team members of regular contributors and visitors of this blog, and last but not the least is the discussions on and about ‘HFM’.

And if one is a keen observer of people around us one can learn a lot and learn many new things in life from them.

All the things that could motivate me, inspire me and rejuvenate me were going to be there in the meet, so what more could I have asked for?

In my journey of life I have always taken care to seek ‘blessings’ and ‘best wishes’ from elderly and senior people, and also from people that I came in contact with during my professional or personal interactions. That gives me utmost satisfaction and somewhere I feel that it is this goodwill and best wishes of people accumulated over the years that is my wealth and it is this that enables me to keep me going and even succeeding in this journey of my life.

All the persons that I met in this ‘Mumbai gang out’ were seniors to me – in age and knowledge both. The only person (actually there are two) that, if by mistake🙂 looked like younger than me also had ‘greater knowledge’ of classical music and instruments. So they were all seniors to me.

They all blessed me by sharing their thoughts and their knowledge. Just the act of being in the company of such music lovers can cause one to forget all the ‘griefs’, sorrows and ‘pains of life’- if one had any.

And what a day it was !

I got this opportunity to meet all the stalwarts in person. Each and every person was so passionate about music, so generous in sharing things and so happy to meet each other.

I was to stay with Deshmukh Sir at his home for a day.Though I had taken his appointment for a full day during my communications with him prior to the visit, I was not sure if I would be staying with him, since I had never visited his place earlier.

I called him a day before the gang out (the same day evening I had to board the train) to check his schedule and my plan of return journey. He specifically reminded and insisted that ‘you are staying with me after the gang out was over’.

All of us are aware that he stays alone at Mumbai. During the travel to his home he was explaining to me that it’s a bachelor’s house and that I will find it like that and he hoped that I would feel myselfcomfortable there etc etc.

After reaching his place, I found that I had reached a ‘very well organized and maintained place’. But more surprise was in store for me. Our respected Guru ji kept inquiring with me about what I would like to have in dinner etc etc. I thought he was going to order the food from outside. But there at his place he had already done some planning for me with some special menus and for every meal time he could offer me multiple choices or combinations of multiple choices.

And last but not the least was the option of ‘food cooked by our Guru ji himself’:)

What more could I have wished for?

I will never ever forget that evening’s ‘Khichdi’, it was like ‘amrit tulya’ for me because it was cooked by Guru ji himself. This was the ‘mahaprasad’ that Guruji cooked specially for me with all his love and compassion therein.

Next day’s morning’s tea, breakfast, and lunch was a ‘divine’ experience for me and I will cherish these memories forever.

In addition, the ‘wisdom’ he shared with me and his guidance on certain aspects and on the queries which I had noted down to for discussing with him. My cup of joy was full to the brim.

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For me this gang out and meeting all the ‘stalwarts’ there was like having the ‘darshan’ of the ‘viraat roop’ of Lord Shri Krishna. The ‘encyclopedia’ already there and with so many thoughts shared and so many things discussed was nothing less than ‘geeta ka gyaan of HFM’ for me.

My HFM related queries that I had noted down to be anwered by our seniors were like the ‘grievances’ of Sudama that he sought to get redressed from Lord Krishna in this song.🙂. The ‘nirdhanta’, ‘poverty’ or ‘inadequacies’ of Sudama is like my ignorance on the vast treasure trove of HFM.

What I got during my two days stay there in the form of ‘joy’, ‘happiness’, ‘learning’, ‘discussions’ and being a part of that ‘company’ is like getting ‘blessed by divine powers’.

It was as if the divine and spiritual powers of music had taken me to the path of ultimate happiness and peace!!

The movie:

‘Krishna Sudaamaa-1957’ a ‘mythological movie’ was directed by Shanti Kumar for Tajviristan, Bombay. It was produced by Lekhraj Bhakri. It had Nirupa Roy, Balraj Sahni, Rajkumar, Prem Adeeb, Umakant, Nand Kishore, Malay Sarkar, Santosh, Madhvi, Vimal Ghaisas, Sinha and Indira Bansal.

As per HFGK Vol III this movie had as many ten songs composed by Husnlal-Bhagatram. Lyrics for these ten songs are shared by Qamar Jalalabadi – six songs, Pt.Radheyshyam – two songs and Ramesh Gupta – two songs.

HFGK mentions that the recording of songs of this movie was completed in 1954 itself though this movie was released in 1957.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 24.01.1957.

Today’s song is sung by Mohd Rafi and written by Qamar Jalalabadi. Music is composed by Husnlal-Bhagatram.

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After the gang-out was over, its report was to be presented in the blog. As Kamath Sir was to get occupied with his already planned schedule and Bharat ji said that his will be only in ‘very few lines,’ we all requested Guru ji that he should write the posts. At that time I jokingly told him that from my end I will do a post as a ‘return-gift’ in return of his posts. So here is that post, and it is not a ‘return gift’ but my ‘homage’ to all whom I met on that day.


Song-Chal more manwa shyaam ke dwaare (Krishn Sudaama)(1957) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Qamar Jalalabadi, MD-Husnlal Bhagatram

Lyrics

Chal more manwaa
Shyaam ke dwaare
Chal more manwaa
Shyaam ke dwaare ae
Charan kamal mein jaa kar rakh de
Apne dukhde saare saare
Chal more manwaa
Shyam ke dwaare

Main nirdhan aur lamba path hai
Na koi doli na koi rath hai
Nange pairon chalaa Sudaama aa
Phool ban gaye kaante saare
Chal more manwaa
Shyaam ke dwaare

Shyam ke path par
Kaal jo aaye
Hans hans galey lagaaun oon oon
Jag ishwar Narsingh ki mahima
Ho matwaala gaaun
Ho matwaala gaaun
Dekh Sudaama roop badal kar
Aaye Mohan pyaare ae ae
Chal more manwaa
Shyaam ke dwaare

Shesh naag ka roop dekh kar
Yaad aaye Girdhaari ee ee
Ek jaan to kya hai kar doon
Sau jaanen balihaari ee
Kitni door se lene aaye
Ham ko Shyaam hamaare ae ae
Chal more manwaa
Shyaam ke dwaare

O nadiya toofaan uthhaa le
Mil ke rahenge milne waale
Chal re Sudama Shyam salona (?)
Tujhko aaj pukaare ae
Tujhko aaj pukaare ae ae
Tujhko aaj pukaare ae ae ae ae

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Devnagri script lyrics
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चल मोरे मनवा
श्याम के द्वारे
चल मोरे मनवा
श्याम के द्वारे ए
चरण कमल में जा कर रख दे
अपने दुखड़े सारे सारे
चल मोरे मनवा
श्याम के द्वारे

मैं निर्धन और लम्बा पथ है
न कोई डोली न कोई रथ है
नंगे पैरों चला सुदामा आ
फूल बन गए कांटे सारे
चल मोरे मनवा
श्याम के द्वारे

श्याम के पथ पर
काल जो आये
हंस हंस गले लगाऊं ऊँ ऊँ
जग इश्वर नरसिंह की महिमा
हो मतवाला गाऊं
हो मतवाला गाऊं
देख सुदामा रूप बदल कर
आये मोहन प्यारे ए ए
चल मोरे मनवा
श्याम के द्वारे

शेष नाग का रूप देख कर
याद आये गिरधारी ई ई
एक जान तो क्या है कर दूं
सौ जाने बलिहारी
कितनी दूर से लेने आये
हम को श्याम हमारे ए ए
चल मोरे मनवा
श्याम के द्वारे

ओ नदिया तूफ़ान उठा ले
मिल रहेंगे मिलने वाले
चल रे सुदामा श्याम सलोना
तुझको आज पुकारे ए
तुझको आज पुकारे ए ए
तुझको आज पुकारे ए ए ए ए


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“Lady Doctor”(1944) was directed by Wali Sahab for Venus Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Mumtaz Shanti, Maya Banerji, Nandrekar, David, Premi, Rafiq, Master Anil, Ulhas, Mubarak, Kesari, Jamshed Ji, Sajjan, Anwari Bai, Sulochana Chatterji etc in it.

There were ten songs in this movie according to HFGK, but the name of the singers are not available for any of these songs. For that matter, even the name of the music director is not known.

Here is the first song from “Lady Doctor”(1944) to appear in the blog. This extremely rare song was uploaded on YT just a few days back. One comment in that upload guesses the female singer to be Naseem Akhtar and I have gone by that. Wali Sahab was the lyricist for all the songs.

It is a pity that the music director of such a nice composition is not known, as of now. I hope that some writings from that era, may be film review of this movie in some magazine, will reveal the name of the music director. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on this movie as well as on the picturisation of this song.

With this rare song from this obscure movie, “Lady Doctor”(1944) makes its debut in the blog.

Lots of comments were made on this post. It turned out that the song originally posted by me was not from “Lady Doctor”(1944). That song was from another movie but the uploader had mistakenly considered that as belonging to “Lady Doctor”(1944) just because the first line of that song happened to be the same as that of “Lady Doctor”(1944) song.

It turns out that the “Lady Doctor”(1944) song was a duet which was sung by Hamida Bano and Snehal Bhatkar. and it turns out that the music director of this song is Anil Biswas.

I thanks our regulars, viz. Mr. Harish Raghuwanshi, Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh and Mr Sadanand Kamath and also Mr Rajendra Bora. Thanks to their comments and invaluable information, now it can be clarified that Anil Biswas was the music director of this movie and that Naseem Akhtar was not associated as a singer in this movie.

The real song from “Lady Doctor”(1944) has been uploaded by Mr Sadanand Kamath and that nables me to make amends in this post.


Song-Aankh milne ka bahaana ho gaya (Lady Doctor)(1944) Singer-Hamida Bano, Snehal Bhatkar, Lyrics-Wali Sahab, MD-Anil Biswas

Lyrics

aankh milne ka bahaana ho gaya
ho gaya
aankh milne ka bahaana ho gaya
ho gaya
dil begaana thha
begaana thha
begaana ho gaya
ho gaya
aankh milne ka bahaana ho gaya

teer ?? usne phenka thha magar
teer ?? usne phenka thha magar
aag bhadki(?)
dil nishaana ho gaya
ho gaya
aag bhadki(?)
dil nishaana ho gaya

intezaari mein qayaamat aa aa
aa gayi ee
is(?) qayaamat
unka aana
ho gaya
ho gaya
is(?) qayaamat
unka aana
ho gaya

jab se tum mere huye ho
ae huzoor
ae huzoor
jab se tum mere huye ho
ae huzoor
ae huzoor
tab se dushman kul(?) zamaana ho gaya
ho gaya
tab se dushman kul(?) zamaana ho gaya

unko dekha
???
aa aa aa
???
baat itni thhi
fasaana ho gaya
ho gaya
baat itni thhi
fasaana ho gaya
ho gaya
aankh milne ka bahaana ho gaya


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Music lovers who are regulars of this blog know that we do not just discuss popular songs of well known artists. We also discuss obscure and forgotten songs created by artists who have been forgotten with time. It is our experience that finding out any kind of information about such artists is a tall order.

Music lovers sometimes get lucky and get information about such artists from quite unexpected quarters.

Some of our regulars may be aware about Mr Arvinder Sharma, a Delhi based music lover. Sudhir Ji has mentioned his name in quite a few of his write ups, like this and this, for instance. Even I have mentioned him in one of my writeups.

From these writeups, one can make out what a die hard HFM enthusiast he is.

One fine evening in 2015, there was this family gathering at Mr Arvinder Sharma’s house. He (as is his wont) started playing some music, softer romantic ones, in his attempt not to bore the guests by his oldie (real) favorites.

It was then that his co brother, Mr Sanjeev Goel asked him whether he had heard the name of Krishan Goel.

“Yes of course,and I could play many of his songs from my collections. “-Mr Arvinder Sharma replied.

“He’s my father”, Sanjeev stated.

So Mr Arvinder Sharma felt like one who had lots of money lying in his bank account, but he was not aware of that all this while.🙂 He was related to the singer and he was not aware of it till then.🙂

Had he been aware of this fact before 2010, when the singer was alive and was residing with his son in Mumbai, Mr Arvinder Sharma would have definitely gone to Mumbai and collected lots of information from him.

Mr Arvinder Sharma tried to get as much information from his co brother and his relatives about the late singer, and he got a few details, and some photographs. He shared this discovery with his facebook friends.

Now we know that the singer Krishan Goel was born on 29th September 1927, and he left this world on 4th June, 2010. At the age of six, he started singing in the court of Maharaja Hari Singh Ji of J&K, and was a friend of Prince Karan Singh Ji.
During his later years, he also used to accompany Jagjit Singh in his concerts.

Krishan Goel sang very few songs in HFM, and most of them are quite difficult to locate. This blog has six songs sung by him.

Here is another rare to find song sung by Krishan Goel (which is the correct spelling, Mr Arvinder Sharma informs us, as not Krishna Goel). This song is from “Dahej”(1950). Shams Lucknowi is the lyricist.

This movie had ten songs in it. Eight of them were composed by Vasant Desai and remaining two by Purusottam. This song is composed by Purushottam.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.

With this rare song, “Dahej”(1950) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Ab zindagi ka bojh uthhaaya na jaayega (Dahej)(1950) Singer-Krishan Goel, Lyrics-Shams Lucknowi, MD-Purushottam

Lyrics

Ab zindagi ka bojh
ab zindagi ka bojh
uthhaaya na jaayega
uthhaaya na jaayega
mar kar bhi ??
dikhaaya na jaayegaa
dikhaaya na jaayegaa

tasweer unki rehti hai
nazron mein har ghadi
tasweer unki rehti hai
nazron mein har ghadi
aisa kabhi khayaal
bhulaaya na jaayega
bhulaaya na jaayega
Ab zindagi ka bojh
uthhaaya na jaayega
uthhaaya na jaayega

sheesha nahin jo tod ke phir jod leejiye
sheesha nahin jo tod ke phir jod leejiye
dil toot jaayegaa to banaaya na jaayegaa
banaaya na jaayegaa
ab zindagi ka bojh
uthhaaya na jaayega
uthhaaya na jaayegaa

kyaa jaante thhe
soz e mohabbat ki bebasi
kyaa jaante thhe
soz e mohabbat ki bebasi
ghar saamne jalega
bujhaayaa na jaayega
bujhaayaa na jaayega
ab zindagi ka bojh
uthhaaya na jaayega
uthhaaya na jaayegaa


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“Amar Asha”(1947) was directed by V M Vyas for Sunrise Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Paro Devi, Umakant, Sitara, Ghulam Mohammad (actor), Pratima Devi, Pandey, Amir Bano, Babu Raje, Radha, Ma Wazir, Mumtaz etc in it.

This obscure movie had eight songs in it. Here is the first song from “Amar Asha”(1947) to appear in the blog. This song is a forgotten gem. It is sung by Paro Devi. Kabi Amritsari is the lyricist of this ghazal. Music is composed by Shanti Kumar Desai.

Only the audio of this song is available. It is clear that the song was picturised on Paro Devi herself.

With this song, “Amar Asha”(1947) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Mohabbat jataane ko jee chaahta hai (Amar Asha)(1947) Singer-Paro Devi, Lyrics-Kabil Amritsari, MD-Shanti Kumar Desai

Lyrics

Muhabbat jataane ko o
jee chaahta hai
jee chaahta hai
jawaani lutaane ko
jee chaahta hai
jee chaahta hai

jise dekh le tu u u u
bana de sharaabi
bana de sharaabi
nazar aazmaane ko
jee chaahta hai
jee chaahta hai

na jaane mere dil ko o o
kya ho gaya hai
kya ho gaya hai
tere naaz uthhaane ko
kya
tere naaz uthhaane ko
jee chaahta hai
jee chaahta hai

mohabbat ka jaadoo u u u u u u u
mohabbat ka jaadoo u u u
idhar bhi udhar bhi
idhar bhi udhar bhi
qayaamat uthhaane ko
jee chaahta hai
jee chaahta hai

jawaani lutaane ko
jawaani lutaane ko
jee chaahta hai
jee chaahta hai
Muhabbat jataane ko
jee chaahta hai
jee chaahta hai


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