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This article is written by Bharat Upadhyay, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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.

Lata’s Songs NOT YET covered on our Blog – 10
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DIDI, a social film of 1948 was Produced by Navbharat Films, Bombay and Directed by Mukund Masurekar. The unique thing that struck me was that Mukund Masurekar was not only the Director but also gave music for the film. Arunbhai in the comments of a solo song from the film by Geeta Roy on this Blog, gave this information about Mukund Masurekar:

Mukund Masurekar was from Goa and he knew many instruments and was an excellent harmonium and Violin player. Just like his childhood friend-Shridhar Parsekar, another very very talented composer from Goa and arranger (he was a popular composer for marathi bhavgeets), Masurekar too got spoiled due to alcohol. Vijay Anand met him once and offered him a job in Navketan, but never dared to offer him composing. Masurekar started as a Business Manager from film Funtoosh-1956 and continued with the Anands till his unfortunate end.

The star-cast according to HFGK, consisted of Ranjana, Ghanshyam, Shobharani, Charubala, Kumkum, Pandey, Aanand, Amrut, Narsinh, etc. The film had 11 songs, nine out of that were written by Shyamal Babu Rai, with the pen-name of ‘Indeewar’ and two by Saraswati Kumar Deepak. Lata has sung this single song and the other playback singers for the film were Nalini Mulgaunkar, Shankar Dasgupta, Geeta Roy and Ameerbai.

The present song by Lataji (in her teens then), is in a lilting tune, describing the emotions of a young maiden totally drenched in her first love. I could not decipher a complete line repeated twice, in the last stanza. Will some Atulite, with keener ears help me complete the lyrics?


Song–Tere Nainon Mein Nindiya (Didi)(1948) Singer – Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Indeewar,MD – Mukund Masurekar

Lyrics

tere nainon mein nindiya aa aa
tere nainon mein nindiya
nindiya mein sapne
sapne mein saajan dole rahe re ae
dole rahe re
tere nainon mein nindiya aa aa
dole rahe re ae
dole rahe re ae
dole rahe re ae
dole rahe re ae
sapne mein saajan dole rahe re
tere nainon mein nindiya aa aa

jaadu ke teer chale
kalejaa cheer chale
jaadu ke teer chale
kalejaa cheer chale ae
jaadu ke teer chale
kalejaa cheer chale
donon hi dilon ko ab tatol rahe re
donon hi dilon ko ab tatol rahe re
tere nainon mein nindiya aa aa

woh gore gaal muskuraa ke laal ho rahe
woh gore gaal
woh gore gaal muskuraa ke laal ho rahe
meethhe meethhe man mein khayaal ho rahe
meethhe meethhe man mein khayaal ho rahe
bejubaan honth bhi kuchh bol rahe re
bejubaan honth bhi kuchh bol rahe re
tere nainon mein nindiya aa aa

chhedo nahin aashaa ko padi sone do o o
chhedo nahin aashaa ko
chhedo nahin aashaa ko
chhedo nahin ashaa ko padi sone do o o
judne do gaanth haath peele hone do o o
judne do gaanth haath peele hone do
kyun abhi se man mein ras ghol rahe re
kyun abhi se man mein ras ghol rahe re
tere nainon mein nindiya aa aa
tere nainon mein nindiya aa


This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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.

Recently, Tommydan55 has uploaded the film PREM KAHAANI (1937) with some cleaning and restoration works relating to both the video and the audio. The full film is here. The result was that I got motivated to watch the movie without much of the strain on my eyes. What a film! As against my expectation of a slow moving story of the film which was my experience in most of the films of the 30s, this film was different. The slick editing of the film ensured that the story moved in a pace comfortable for viewing. This may be the reason as to why I could watch the movie in one sitting which I seldom do especially in respect of old classic Hindi films of 30s and 40s. The DVD/VCD of the movie is of 1 hour 30 minutes which means that the film has been heavily edited for DD/VCD including a couple of songs. But I did not find much issue with the continuity of the story.

PREM KAHAANI (1937) was Bombay Talkies 8th film, based on Niranjan Pal’s original story in English ‘ Touchstone’ or ‘Marriage Market’. The film was directed by Franze Osten. The main star cast included Ashok Kumar, Maya Devi, Vimla Devi, Madhurika Devi, M Nazir, Mumtaz Ali, Sunita Devi, Saroj Borkar, Chandraprabha, Tarabai Solanki, Kamta Prasad etc.

The film has a story with in a story. The film opens with a scene in which the father tells his daughter ‘I have told you once. I have told you a million times. You will marry the boy I have chosen’. But daughter is adamant. She would marry the man she loves. This dialogue is heard by the priest (M Nazir) who has come to fix the marriage. When the mother requests the priest to prevail upon the daughter to marry the boy of their choice, he refuses to intervene. Why? Herein lays the story of priest’s life within the story of the film which is the tragic story of Jagat (Ashok Kumar), Maya (Maya Devi), Ramla (Vimla Devi), Usha (Madhurika Devi) and Chandrakant (M Nazir). With a tragic background, Chandrakant renounced the world and became an ascetic and then a priest.

There were two widows – Shanti Devi (Saroj Borkar) and Heera Devi (Tarabai Solanki) who stayed together in a house. Heera had a son, Jagat (Ashok Kumar) and Shanti had a daughter, Maya (Maya Devi). As they grew up, they started liking each other. However, Shanti Devi has fixed Jagat’s marriage with Usha, Chandrakant’s sister. The idea is to get a hefty dowry which will enable Heera to send Jagat to Bombay for higher studies. Chandrakant is also looking to get married to a beautiful girl which he finds in Shanti’s daughter, Maya. Jagat is forced to marry Usha as a faite accompli while Maya agrees to marry Chandrakant for the betterment of Jagat’s dream.

Before their impending marriages against the wishes of Jagat and Maya, a third dimension is introduced by way of Ramla (Vimla Devi) who is the sister of Bhagwandas ( P F Pithawala). Jagat stays with the family while studying in Bombay. Jagat becomes close to Ramla on account of their charities shows in which Sharma (Mumtaz Ali), Indira (Sunita Devi) and Prabha (Chandraprabha) are connected. Realising that he is becoming too close to Ramla who is already engaged to Motilal (Manohar Ghatwani), Jagat returns to his town. Ramla follows him which infuriates Motilal. He also follows them with a vengeance. How his vengeance turns into a tragedy is the lesson the priest wants the parents of the daughter to learn.

After hearing the story of priest’s own life, the film has an unusual ending with the last dialogue in which father tells his daughter ‘dear, you will marry the man you love’.

The film had 8 songs, all written by J S Kashyap which were set to music by Saraswati Devi. I am presenting the first song ‘ankhiyaan jhapi mori …nadiya kinaare khadi sochti’ from the film to appear in the Blog.

This is an unique song as there is another song within this song as a flashback. While Saraswati Devi sings ‘ankhiyaan jhapi mori’ for Chandraprabha in raag yaman as a rehearsal, Ashok Kumar in another room hears the song which reminds him of his romantic sojourn with Maya Devi on the banks of a river in rural area where they sing ‘nadi kinaare khadi sochti’. The song ends with Saraswati Devi singing the refrain.

HFGK has listed this song as two separate songs as this ‘double song’ could not have been accommodated within the maximum duration of about 3 minutes and 40 seconds on one side of a 78 RPM record. This is evident from the existence of two audio clips whose links are also given below.

With this song (listed as two separate songs in HFGK), ‘Prem Kahaani’ (1937) makes its debut in the Blog.

Audio(Part-1) :

Audio (Part-2) :

Video

Song-Ankhiyaan jhapi mori…nadi kinaare khadi (Prem Kahaani)(1937) Singers-Saraswati Devi, Maya Devi, Ashok Kumar, Lyrics-J S Cashyap, MD-Saraswati Devi

Lyrics ( from the video version)

ankhinyaan jhapi mori ee ee
ankhiyaan jhapi mori ee
bisaraa gayi sudh aa
bisara gayi sudh aa
bhoola gayi dukh
sapne mein daras dikhaaye
yada o ri mori ee
ankhiyaan jhapi mori ee
ankhiyaan jhapi ee

nadiya kinaare thadi ee ee
nadiya kinaare thadi ee
chhabi nirakhat rahi ee
chhabi nirakhat rahi
nadiya kinaare thadi ee ee
nadiya kinaare thadi

nadi kinaare khadi sochti
nadi kinaare khadi sochti

kyaa aa
main nadiya hoti
kal kal karti jaati

nadiya ke dhig (?) khada sochta
nadiya ke dhig (?) khada sochta

kyaa aa
main saagar hota
mujh mein aa mil jaati

main parvat mein chhup jaati
maidaanon mein reh jaati ee
main jungle mein kho jaati ee
nahin aati ee

ahaa
baadal ko doot banaa kar
main nanhe nanhe boondaniyon hi mein
sandeswaa bhijwaata
tab

lahraati
madmaati
bal khaati
ithlaati
main daudi daudi aati
aur saagar mein mil jaati
mila na kiya aa
yada ho ri mori
ankhiyaan jhapi mori ee
ankhiyaan jhapi
ankhiyaan jhapi
ankhiyaan jhapi


This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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.

The moment the image of Ameerbai Karnataki comes to my mind, I remember some of her most popular songs, mostly full of pathos, melancholy, and devotion. In fact, the most popular songs of her singing career come from these genres. She started her filmy career in 1934 as an actor-singer but realising that the potential for career as a playback singer was bright after the system of playback singing was introduced in Bombay film industry in 1937, she confined herself mainly to playback singing thereafter. After her songs in ‘Kismet’ (1943) became very popular, for the next five years or so, she remained one of the top playback singers. Of the total of around 375 songs she sang during her filmy career, more than 50% was accounted for during 1943-48.
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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.

Sureeli Suman – 16
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This is the last but one song from the album ‘Swar Bahaar’, for which I have repeatedly discussed the details, in this series.  Music Director Shyam Sharma has provided appropriate lilting tune to the lyrics of Anjaan.
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This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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.

Today we add one more movie in our endeavor to bring ‘movies with same titles’ on the blog. Today’s movie is ‘Chaltaa Purzaa-1958’
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This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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.

Songs to Tickle Your Memory – 33
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wo jab yaad aaye
bahut yaad aaye

yes, bahut yaad aaye. . .  that voice – the magic, the magnetism, the feeling of surreal contentment that descends into the being, and ensconces it with a joyous delight. It is a voice, that now lives only in our memories, or in the ethereal sound waves. The memories are such, they will never be detached till the breaths last. And the sound – they say in our culture that sound is forever; it lives in the space for all times to come.  And so will this voice. This voice – of Rafi Sb. This voice that went to sleep 36 years ago, today. 36 years seem to be a long time, a third of a human life already. But it seems just like, well, recently. And the affinity and the magic of this voice has only deepened with time.

Remembering Rafi Sb today, with all humility and respect and love.
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Today (25 july 2016) is the 20th death anniversary of G S Kohli. G S Kohli, a long time assistant to O P Nayyar was an independent music director in movies like “Faulaad”(1963), Shikaari”(1963), “Namasteji”(1965) etc.
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This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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.

The ghazal ‘na kisi ki aankh kaa noor hoon’ has been embroiled in a debate about its authorship. This ghazal became popular and well known when Mohammed Rafi sang it for the film ‘Laal Qila’ (1960). The ghazal was credited to Bahadur Shah Zafar, the last Mughal emperor. In fact, this ghazal was picturised on Bahadur Shah Zafar, this role played by M Kumar. The sentiment expressed in the ghazal fitted very well with the status of Bahadur Shah Zafar as the last Mughal king whose writ did not work beyond the walled city of Delhi. It was this that probably led many to believe that the ghazal was the expression of his inner feelings of sorrow and self-pity.
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“Dil Ki Basti”(1947) was directed by Wahid Qureshi for Aaina Pictures. The movie had Masood, Nigar Sultana, Amar, Urmila, Lalita Pawar, Tiwari etc in it.
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Today (18 july 2016) is the death anniversary of Rajesh Khanna (30 december 1942- 18 july 2012). We already have two tributes to Rajesh Khanna is the blog from two die hard Rajesh Khanna fans.
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