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With this writeup, the blog now has 4000 movies represented in the blog.

Blog Day : 3716 Post No. : 14646

We in this blog often reach milestones that I describe as “artificial” milestones. These are “artificial” in the sense that we can only be aware of them if we keep track of them. Earlier we were not aware of them.

For instance, the blog has crossed 3700 days of existence. We first became aware of this kind of milestone only on the occasion of the blog reaching 3400 days.

Ever since, we have also had “milestones” like a pair of singers reaching centuries of their duets. For instance, we recently reached 500 duets of Rafi-Asha Bhonsle.

YIPPEE movies and Debutant movies also yield such milestones to us. We reached 1000 YIPPEE movies in the blog and subsequently 1100 YIPPEE movies.

The present milestone pertains to debutant movies. So far we have reached 3999 movies in the blog. This writeup introduces the 4000th movie to the blog. Yes, the blog, with this song, now has songs from exactly 4000 movies.

In the blog, we have songs from every year, beginning from the earliest year (1931) to the latest viz. the current year (2018).

With this song, the blog now has songs from 4000 movies. while most movies are Hindi movies, we also have some songs from other languages, viz regional languages/ dialects movies and even some international movies. Then there are some movies which were either unreleased or whose year of release are not known. The number of such movies being 78.

The decade of 1950s is the most well represented decade in the blog. 1111 movies were released in this decade (from 1951 to 1960) and there were 35 unreleased movies as well in this decade. As many as 1014 movies from this decade are represented in the blog. 1960s is the second most well represented blog. As many as 842 movies (out of 929 movies released this decade, plus 31 unreleased movies and 34 regional movies)are showcased in the blog.

Titles of these movies begin with all letters of Roman Alphabet except X. The letter S is the most common letter in this respect. As many as 489 movies had their titles beginning with S. A comes second with 390 movie titles.

In the earlier years of the blog, we were not keeping track of such matters. It was sometime in july 2016 that our beloved Khyati Bhatt, after receiving her set of HFGK carried out a thorough research on the movies of 1960s. She prepared an excel sheet and shared that with me and Sudhir Jee. That excel sheet had details about the number of movies of 1960s represented in the blog and the number of movies (with their details) that were missing. That was the homework given to Sudhir Jee. That excel sheet mentioned the fact that there were 942 movies in the decade and 695 of them were represented in the blog. So 238 movies of that decade were missing from the blog.

That excel sheet was made and shared with us on 19 july 2016 (8th birthday of the blog). And how well Sudhir Jee coped with this homework. He tracked songs of many of these elusive movies of 1960s and kept introducing these movies to the blog. Now, a little over two years later, we have 843 movies of 1960s represented in the blog. So as many as 139 elusive movies of 1960s have been introduced in the blog after july 2016. Credit goes to Khyati Jee for her research work and then to Sudhir Jee for following up on that research work with his own mission of locating the songs of these elusive movies.

This also gave me an idea that I on my own should carry out similar exercises for the other decades as well. That led to my own excel sheet where I began to keep track of movies of particular years that were covered in the blog and that had not been covered. This list turned out to of great help for me in looking for specific movies, and that made my searches more focused and purposeful.

It was as a result of this exercise that I was aware of the fact that the blog was reaching 3400th song from the decade of 1960s when the blog was on the verge of reaching 3400 days of its existence. That is how I was able to coincide these two rare and special occurences by posting the 3400th song post of 1960s on 3400th day of the blog.

Now, after this focussed exercise of introducing “debutant” movies in the blog on a regular manner, we have reached a stage when introducing more movies from 1950s and 1960s has become tough. 99 movies of 1960s and 134 movies of 1950s are now left to be covered and these movies are not easy to locate. As for earlier decades, availability of movies from these decades is even more limited. 1238 movies were made in 1940s and this blog now has 761 of them. My guess is that we may end up with a figure just above 800 for this decade before we find ourselves unable to locate any more “new” movies from the decade.

As for the decade of 1930s, 177 movies are represented in the blog. Some 931 movies were made in that decade but more than 700 of these movies along with their songs are lost forever, so in effect majority of songs available from the decade of 1930s are already showcased in the blog.

That leaves the decade of 1970s and also beyond as the decades from where most of our remaining unrepresented movies will have to come. !970s was the last decade of the golden era of HFM. It was the decade when I grew up. This decade saw 1327 movies being released. The blog so far has 769 movies of this decade in the blog.

I have decided to go for a “new” movie as the 4000th movie in the blog. This movie is from 1980s though the song itself was recorded in the decade of 1970s. In other words, it is a golden era song which was released after the golden era of HFM was over.

The movie is “Videsh”(1984). It was produced by Sheetal S Johal and Avatar Bhogal and directed by Avtar Bhogal ABC Films International. The movie had Mahendra Sandhu, Shoma Anand, Diljeet Kaur, Iftikhar, Urmila Bhatt, Sudhir, Surendra Nath, Tom Gormley, Sam, Harmeet Singh, Sukhwant Dhadha, Rajendr Kumar Sharma, Surendra Malhotra and above all Prem Kishan. 🙂 and Premnath, with friendly appearances by Satyen Kappu, Chaand Usmani, guest appearance by Paintal. Avatar Bhogal, Seetal S Johal.

The movie had five songs in it. This song is the first song from the movie to appear in the blog ofcourse. The song is a picturised as a get together song cum marriage reception song. The song is sung by Rafi and Pankaj Mitra. Sapan Jagmohan composed the music. This movie had two lyricists (Kulwant Jani and Prem Jallandhari)but the disribution of songs among them is not known.

The song is lip synced by Prem Kishan (in Rafi’s voice) and Mahendra Sandhu (in disguise- I hope I have identified him correctly) in Pankaj Mitra’s voice.

He looks like an ugly version of Rishi Kapoor- that is what a comment in YT says. The commentator may not be aware that this resemblance in not a coincidence. This actor and Rishi Kapoor are sons of siblings. Rishi Kapoor is the son of Krishna Kapoor where as Prem Kishan is the son of Premnath (brother of Krishna Kapoor). So Prem Kishan and Rishi Kapoor are cousins. And that is where this resemlance comes from. Prem Kishan may not have become as successful as his cousin, but let us not forget that he too had his moments in Hindi movies. He was the hero of the blockbuster Rajshree Productions movie “Dulhan Wahi Jo Piya Man Bhaaye”(1977) and the famous song, Khushiyaan hi khushiyaan hon daaman mein jiske was picturised on him.

So, here is this forgotten gem of a song from 1980s. With this song, “Videsh”(1984) makes its debut in the blog and becomes the 4000th movie to get introduced in the blog.

Today is 3716th day for the blog. 4000 movies in 3716 days means that we on an average introduce one “new” movie to the blog daily. Quite a decent rate, I would think.

PS-The Punjabi words sung by Pankaj Mitra and noted by me may not be accurate. So I request our Punjabi knowing regulars to suggest corrections in the lyrics as applicable.

Video

Song-Meri aankhon mein ik sapna hai (Videsh)(1984) Singer-Rafi, Pankaj Mitra, MD-Sapan Jagmohan

Lyrics

Meri aankhon mein ik sapna hai
meri aankhon mein ik sapna hai
meri aankhon mein ik sapna hai
khushnaseeb hain wo log
jinka koi apna hai
meri aankhon mein ik sapna hai
meri aankhon mein ik sapna hai

pyaar ki aisi mehfil mein
pyaar ki aisi mehfil mein
humko apnon ki yaadein aati hain
poochho pardes waalon se
des ki baatein kya sataati hain
nazron mein aapnon ka
har chehra rehta hai
meri aankhon mein ik sapna hai
meri aankhon mein ik sapna hai
khush naseeb hain wo log
jiska koi apna hai
meri aankhon mein ik sapna hai
meri aankhon mein ik sapna hai

o o o
o
o
doli chadh deyaan maariyaan
veer shikaa
haaye ae ae
mainu lai chale baabla
lai chale ae ae ae ae
des mainu rakh le baabla
heer aankhen
haaye ae ae ae
doli kathh kahaar ne
lai chalwe ae

dil ko mere yaqeen hai ye ae
dil ko mere yaqeen hai ye
hum bhi apnon se milne jaayenge ae
unki baatein sunenge hum
milke baithenge khushiyaan manaayenge
aayegi wo ghadi
dil mera kehta hai
meri aankhon mein ik sapna hai
meri aankhon mein ik sapna hai
khush naseeb hain wo log
jiska koi apna hai
meri aankhon mein ik sapna hai
meri aankhon mein ik sapna hai
lallalala
lallalalala
lallalala
lallalalala
lallalala
lallalalala

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Blog Day : 3708 Post No. : 14634

“Baabuji”(1950) was directed by Bhagwan for Udai Productions, Bombay. This stunt movie had Bhagwan, Leela Gupte, Baburao, Usha Shukla, Vasant Rao, Azeem, Jaani, Mirajkar, Zafar, Vitthalrao, Dhondu, Anmanta, Swami etc in it.

The movie had nine songs in it. Two song from the movie have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Baabuji”(1950) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Sulochana Kadam. Ehsan Rizvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by P Ramakant.


Song-Nazar se nazar lad gayi (Baabuji)(1950) Singer-Sulochana Kadam, Lyrics-Ehsan Rizvi, MD-P Ramakant

Lyrics

nazar se nazar lad gayi ee ee eeee
haaye raam
nazar se nazar lad gayi
jigar mein chhuri gad gayi haaye raam
nazar se nazar lad gayi
jigar mein chhuri gad gayi haaye raam

nasheeli teri aankhen hai be piye ae ae
nasheeli teri aankhen hai be piye ae ae
hamen zahar gairon ko amrit diye
hamen zahar gairo ko amrit diye
kisi ki nahin ban padi deed(?) kiye ae
pilaane par jab ad gayi
jigar mein chhuri gad gayi haaye raam
nazar se nazar lad gayi

hansi wo sharaarat ki hansne lage ae ae
hansi wo sharaarat ki hasne lage ae ae
gade(?) bachne waale bhi hansne lage
gade(?) bachne waale bhi hansne lage
bichhe jaal sau phande kasne lage ae
girah aur bhi pad gayi
jigar mein chhuri gad gayi haaye ram
nazar se nazar lad gayi


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Blog Day : 3700 Post No. : 14619

‘Ujaala’ (1942) was produced under the banner of Taj Mahal Pictures and was directed by K M Multani. The film was based on a story by M A Mughani whose name also appears as the ‘producer’ of the film. The screen play and dialogues were written by Kamal Amrohi. The star cast included Prithviraj Kapoor, Naseem Bano, Mubarak, Ratan Bai, Mirza Musharaf, Baby Vinod Kumari, Jhilani etc.

The film was the maiden venture of Taj Mahal Pictures which was set up by M. Ehsan. However, the film’s publicity materials mentioned M A Mughani, the story writer as the ‘producer’ of the film with M. Ehsan as Associate Producer. My guess is that after completing the college, Ehsan set up this film production company without having any experience in film production. So he may have given a greater role to M A Mughani in the film production who had earlier worked in Minerva Movietone. It was said that Ehsan was a childhood friend of Naseem Bano and she may have partly financed his film production company.

For Naseem Bano, it was her first film after she was released from her contract with Minerva Movietone by Sahorab Modi on her request in 1940. Till that time, she had acted in Minerva’s Movietone’s films like ‘Hamlet’ aka ‘Khoon Kaa Khoon’ (1935), ‘Khan Bahadur’ (1937), ‘Vasanti’ (1938), ‘Meetha Zahar’ (1938), ‘Divorce’ aka ‘Talaaq’ (1938), ‘Pukar’ (1939) and ‘Defeat’ aka ‘Main Haari’ (1940).

After Naseem Bano’s last released film in 1940, there was a gap of nearly 2 years before ‘Ujaala’ (1942) was released in February 1942. It is said that sometime during this interregnum, she accompanied her mother, Shamshad Begum, (a classical singer who was known as Chhamia in the music circle) to be the guest of the son of the Nizam of Hyderabad. There seems to be more to it than being merely the guest in Hyderabad. It was rumoured that Nizam’s prince was interested in marrying Naseem Bano. However, after spending sometime in Hyderabad, both mother and daughter did not like the environment in Hyderabad. So both returned to Bombay (Mumbai). ‘Ujaala’ (1942) was the first film Naseem Bano signed after returning to Bombay.

During the making of the film, a couple of things happened which could have affected the film’s publicity. First, some unscrupulous persons carried out propaganda against Naseem Bano by printing slanderous posters about her. People in the know felt that it was the handiwork of the supporters of the son of Nizam of Hyderbad who were in his payrolls, to tarnish the image of Naseem Bano. But soon, it died down. Probably the fans of Naseem Bano put more faith in her than in the slanderous propaganda.

Second, there were some creative differences between film’s dialogue writer, Kamal Amrohi and the film’s de-facto producer and story writer, M A Mughani. Both had become ‘heavy-weights’ in the film industry after the success of ‘Pukar’ (1939) in which Kamal Amrohi wrote dialogues and lyrics and Mughani was the Publicity Manager. The issues were amicably sorted out and the film was released on February 21 1942 at Lamington Theatre, Bombay (Mumbai).

I have attempted below, a gist of the film’s story based on the film’s review which appeared in April 1942 issue of ‘Filmindia’ magazine.

The story revolves around a theatre which is owned by Shyam (Prithviraj Kapoor). He is idealistic man, a learned musician and also a strict disciplinarian. Maya (Ratan Bai) is the star artist of the theatre who falls to the flattery showered by Tiwari (Mubarak), a wealthy man who is the frequent visitor to the theatre. Maya responds to Tiwari’s flirtations which results in her late hours for the theatre activities. Shyam admonishes her for breaking the theatre discipline resulting in frequent quarrels. One day, Maya, believing the numerous promises of Tiwari, walks out of the Theatre.

Shyam is on a look out for a new girl in place of Maya and find Saroj (Naseem Bano), a dancer. First, she refuses to see him. After listening to his sitar recital over the radio, she falls for him as a musician but refuses to work for him on the stage. Each of them becomes more obstinate than before whenever they meet.

To break down her obstinacy, Shyam takes a flat just below the flat occupied by Saroj. One day, he plays sitar non-stop. At first, Saroj ignores the music but the urge of music in her makes her to dance to the tune of Shyam’s sitar. She admits her defeat and agrees to join his stage show. But this time, Shyam refuses to accept her.

In the meanwhile, Shyam’s theatre has been running into losses. One day, he decides to hand over the theatre to his Manager, Mirza (Mirza Musharaf) and devote his attention to music. Mirza manages a surprise and recruit a new girl, Sarojini for the stage show. Mirza convinces Shyam to attend the opening show. To his surprise, Shyam finds Sarojini is none other than Saroj.

With Saroj, all shows of the theatre become success. Shyam falls in love with Saroj which she reciprocates. Once again, Tiwari comes in to scene to lure Saroj for his personal pleasure. On the marriage day, Saroj is kidnapped by Tiwari and kept in his house. Shyam is distraught. Saroj jumps out of the window of the house where she was kept as prisoner and becomes permanently disabled. Tiwari gets reformed after seeing her pathetic conditions. After some more emotional drama, Shyam and Saroj are united.

Despite a favourable review by ‘Filmindia’, the film failed at the box office. Ehsan incurred heavy losses. He closed down Taj Mahal Pictures in March 1942. The only gain out of producing the film for Ehsan was that Naseem Bano married him and shifted to Delhi after the film’s release. She left the film industry when she was still ‘pari chehra’ (fairy face) for her fans.

But there are twists in the stories of Naseem Bano and the Taj Mahal Pictures. Before that, I need to mention about the system of license for a film production company which was introduced during World War-II. Without this license issued by the Government, the film production company could not import raw films for shooting.

A question was raised in the Central Legislative Assembly (akin to Lok Sabha now) by a legislator “on what grounds Taj Mahal Pictures of Bombay was given licence when the said concern had already closed its business in March 1942”. The Minister of Industry & Civil Supplies replied that “Taj Mahal Pictures did not stop their business. The Government was satisfied that in the absence of the licence, the company could not produce the film and a considerable hardship would be caused if a licence is not granted to them” (as verbatim reported in April 1945 issue of ‘Filmindia’ magazine).

I can now relate this piece of information as to why a dormant film production company like Taj Mahal Pictures got revived. This has also got a connection with the return of Naseem Bano to Bombay film industry in 1944.

Sometime in 1943, Shashdhar Mukherjee along with Rai Bahadur Chunnilal, Gyan Mukherjee, Ashok Kumar, Savak Vacha, Kavi Pradeep and others left Bombay Talkies due to differences with Devika Rani who had taken the reign of Bombay Talkies after the death of her husband, Himansu Roy. This group formed Filmistan Studio. Shashdhar Mukherjee wanted to produce a film on a scale of his box office success film ‘Kismet (1943) which would be his fitting reply to Devika Rani for her ill-treatment of his team.

Shashdhar Mukherjee hit upon an idea of casting Naseem Akhtar in his film ‘Chal Chal Re Naujawaan’ (1944). Since she had already left the film industry in March 1942, it was a difficult proposition to woo her to accept the role in his film. He travelled to Delhi and met M Ehsan, Naseem’s husband with his plan to cast his wife. After much persuasion and a visit by Rai Bahadur Chunnilal, Ehsan agreed on certain conditions. One of the important conditions in the contract was that Shashdhar Mukherjee would oversee the production of one more film under the banner of Taj Mahal Pictures.

It took a long time for ‘Chal Chal Re Naujawaan’ (1944) to be completed. Contrary to the general expectation, the film did not fare well on the box office front. However, as per the contract, Shashdhar Mukherjee was to oversee the production of another film for Ehsan. So the film ‘Begum’ (1945) was stared with most of the infrastructure and resources of Filmistan Studios. The film starred with Ashok Kumar and Naseem Bano in lead roles. With this film, Ehsan’s production company was revived which later produced films like ‘Mulaaqat’ (1947), ‘Chaandni Raat’ (1949), and ‘Ajeeb Ladki’ (1952). Ehsan migrated to Pakistan taking with him all the films he produced in India.

What an irony in Ehsan’s filmy career! When he lost money in ‘Ujaala’ (1942), he gained Naseem Bano. But when he earned a lot of money in Pakistan after releasing these films, he had lost Naseem Bano who was legally separated from him due to his migration to Pakistan.

Now let me present the first song from Ehsan’s first film ‘Ujaala’ (1942). The song is ‘main dekh rahi hoon duniya ke nazaare’ sung by Ratan Bai. The film had six songs, all set to music by Bashir Dehlvi. The lyricist of all the six songs in the film is unattributed. Going by the convention of most of the 1930s and early 1940s films when song writing was a part of dialogue writers, I guess that the song was written by Kamal Amrohi who was the dialogue writer for the film. Incidentally, Kamal Amrohi had written songs for the films ‘Jailor’ (1938), ‘Pukar’ (1939) and ‘Main Hari’ (1940) where he was also the dialogue writer.

With this song, ‘Ujaala’ (1942) makes its debut in the Blog.

Note: This article is based on some of the information gathered from the various issues of ‘Filmindia’ magazines and from the book, ‘Stars From Another Sky’ (2010) by Sadat Hasan Manto.

Audio Clip:

Song-Main dekh rahi hoon duniya ke nazaare (Ujaala)(1942) Singer-Ratan Bai, MD-Bashir Dehalvi

Lyrics

main dekh rahi hoon
oon oon oon
duniya ke nazaare
duniya ke nazaare
main dekh rahi hoon
oon oon oon
duniya ke nazaare
duniya ke nazaare

khilti huyi kaliyaan
jharnon ke kinaare
khilti huyi kaliyaan
jharnon ke kinaare
jharnon ke kinaare
main dekh rahi hoon
oon oon oon
duniya ke nazaare
duniya ke nazaare

bhanwre kaa machalna
daali kaa lachakna
bhanwre kaa machalna
daali kaa lachakna
gulshan kaa tamaasha
phoolon kaa mahakna
gulshan kaa tamaasha
phoolon kaa mahakna
rangeen ishaare
haan rangeen ishaare
main dekh rahi hoon
oon oon oon
duniya ke nazaare
duniya ke nazaare

ab jaise ye duniya
kuchh baaten karegi
ab jaise ye duniya
kuchh baaten karegi
chup reh na sakegi
chup reh na sakegi
hamse hi kahegi
afsaane hamaare
hamse hi kahegi
afsaane hamaare
afsaane hamaare
main dekh rahi hoon
oon oon oon
duniya ke nazaare
duniya ke nazaare


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Blog Day : 3698 Post No. : 14616

“Taatar Ka Chor” (1955) was an M P Production movie. It was directed by Majnu. The movie had Shyama, Mahipal, Vijay Lakshmi, Chandrashekhar, Maruti, Yashodhara Katju, Gope, Sheikh, Indira, Tuntun, Rajan Kapoor, Shetty, Mohd Ali, Verma, Sattar, Hanuman, Rafiq, Shafi, Ramavtar, Zakhmi, Kamal etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Four songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fifth song from “Taatar Ka Chor” (1955) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Prem Dhawan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Khayyam.

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


Song-Nigaahon mein base aise (Taatar Ka Chor)(1955) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Prem Dhawan, MD-Khayyam

Lyrics

Nigaahon mein base aise
nigaahon mein
base aise
khayaalon pe ho yoon chhaaye
ke khud ko bhi jo dekhen to
teri soorat nazar aaye
nigaahon mein base aise

na jaane kaisa jaadoo thha
na jaane kaisi masti thhi
ee ee ee ee ee
na jaane kaisa jaadoo thha
na jaane kaisi masti thhi
ee ee ee ee ee
raha na hosh baaqi jab
nazar ke jaam takraaye
ke khud ko bhi jo dekhen to
teri soorat nazar aaye
nigaahon mein base aise

nahin hai farq husn o ishq ka
ulfat ki mehfil mein
aen aen aen aen aen
nahin hai farq husn o ishq ka
ulfat ki mehfil mein
aen aen aen aen aen
shama ka dil jo pighle to
wo khud parwaana ho jaaye
ke khud ko bhi jo dekhen to
teri soorat nazar aaye
nigaahon mein base aise

chale aao ke dil ki beqaraari
badhti jaati hai
ae ae ae ae ae
chale aao ke dil ki beqaraari
badhti jaati hai
ae ae ae ae ae
koi yoon hi tasawwur se
kahaan tak dil ko bahlaaye
ke khud ko bhi jo dekhen to
teri soorat nazar aaye
nigaahon mein base aise


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Blog Day : 3694 Post No. : 14609

“Mamta”(1952) was produced by R B Haldia and J L Sharma and directed by Gunjal for Sishaat Films, Bombay. The movie had Sumitra Devi, Ulhas, Mirza Musharraf, Rajan Haksar, Kamal Mehra, Chitralekha, Bhagwandas, Ramesh, Rajni, Shantabai, Sadiq, Kaabil amritsari, Baby Salma, Master Raja, G P Srivastava, Sheila, paro etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it that were penned for four lyricists.

Four songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fifth song from “Mamta”(1952) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Geeta Dutt. Verma Malik is the lyricist. Music is composed by Sonik.

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


Teri kaali kaali ankhiyaan kanhaiyya (Mamta)(1952) Singer-Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Verma Malik, MD-Sonik

Lyrics

teri kaali kaali ankhiyaan kanhaiya
teri kaali kaali ankhiyaan kanhaiya
main dil mein basa loon
main dil mein basa loon
teri gori gori bainya ho kanhaiya
teri gori gori bainya ho kanhaiya
main seene se laga loon
main seene se laga loon

o
o o o
teri nanhi nanhi palkon mein preet hai
ho preet hai
o
o o o
man meet ke sangeet ka tu geet hai
ho geet hai
mere nanhe munne pappu saanwariya
mere nanhe munne pappu saanwariya
main jhulna jhula loon
main jhulna jhula loon
teri kaali kaali ankhiya kanhaiya
teri kaali kaali ankhiya kanhaiya
main dil mein basa loon
main dil mein basa loon

o
o o o
chhidi pyaar mein hai bheeni bheeni raagini
meethi raagini
o
o o o
tu hai chaand aur main hoon rat chaandni
raat chaandni
tujhe laage na kisi ki najariya
tujhe laage na kisi ki najariya
aanchal mein chhupa loon
aanchal mein chhupa loon
teri kali kali ankhiyaan kanhaiya
teri kali kali ankhiyaan kanhaiya
main dil mein basa loon
main dil mein basa loon


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Blog Day : 3678 Post No. : 14569

“Draupadi”(1944) was directed by Baburao Patel for New Hans Pictures Limited, Bombay. The movie had Susheela Rani in the role of Draupadi who had also written the screen play. Other actors in the film were Chandramohan, Mazhar Khan, Surekha, Rani Bala, K N Singh, David, Badri Prasad, Kanhaiyalal, Leela Mishra, Nandu Khote, V G Pusalkar, D M Vaideshi, Madukar Gupte, Radhapyari, Premlata Dongre, Anant Marathe,Dixit, Raj Biswas, P R Joshi, Vasant Kanse, Ram Gopal, Janki etc.

The move had 9 songs in it. One song has been covered in the past.

Here is the second song from “Draupadi”(1944) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Susheela Rani. Pt Indra Chandra is the lyricist. Music is composed by Hanuman Prasad.

Only the audio of the song is available. It is clear that the song was picturised on Susheela Rani herself.

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 as applicable.


Song-Baandh ke rakhoongi tohe nainon mein Kaanha(Draupadi)(1944) Singer-Susheela Rani, Lyrics-Pt Indra, MD-Hanuman Prasad

Lyrics

baandh ke rakhoongi tohe nainon mein kaanha
baandh ke rakhoongi tohe nainon mein kaanha
main jaanewaale ko jaane na doongi
main jaanewaale ko jaane na doongi
baandh ke rakhoongi tohe nainon mein kaanha

chhup na sakoge ab gwaalan ke ghar mein
chhup na sakoge ab gwaalan ke ghar mein
?? gokul banaaungi kaanha
?? gokul banaaungi kaanha
baandh ke rakhoongi tohe nainon mein kaanha

neg chukaao ?? bahan ka
neg chukaao ?? bahan ka
na maanoongi tumko sunaaungi kaanha
na maanoongi tumko sunaaungi kaanha
baandh ke rakhoongi tohe nainon mein kaanha

mat jaa re kaanha
?? hathheele
mat jaa re kaanha
?? hathheele
angna ko madhuban banaaungi kaanha
angna ko madhuban banaaungi kaanha
baandh ke rakhoongi tohe nainon mein kaanha

laakh jatan chaahe kariyo kanhaiyya
laakh jatan chaahe kariyo kanhaiyya
gaye to phir se bulaaungi kaanha
gaye to phir se bulaaungi kaanha
baandh ke rakhoongi tohe nainon mein kaanha
baandh ke rakhoongi tohe nainon mein kaanha


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Blog Day : 3671 Post No. : 14551

“Aaina”(1944) was directed by S M Yusuf for D R D Productions. This movie had Trilok Kapoor, Husn Bano, Kaushlya, Yakub, Gope, Yashodhara Katju, Rajkumari Shukla, Sulochana Chatterji, Mirza Musharraf, Leela Mishra, Sayyad Ahmad, Bibi, Sultan Bawa etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it that were composed by two music directors viz Fatah Ali Khan and Gulshan Soofi. HFGK mentions three songs as composed by Fateh Ali Khan and two songs as composed by Gulshan Soofi. Music directors for three remaining songs are not known.

Five songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the sixth song from “Aaina”(1944). This song is sung by Shama. Tanveer Naqvi is the lyricist of this song. Music director for this song is not known. I have provisionally considered Gulshan Soofi to be the composer of this song.

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


Song-Aansoo na bahaana (Aaina)(1944) Singer-Shama, Lyrics-Tanveer Naqvi, MD-Gulshan Soofi

Lyrics

aansu na bahaana
aankhon
aansu na bahaana
ye raaz hai dil ke
ye raaz hain dil ke
dil hi mein chhupaana
aansu na bahaana
aankhon
aansu na bahaana
aankhon

hai tumne jinhen ae
hai tumne jinhen
palkon ki chilman mein chhupaaya
hai tumne jinhen
palkon ki chilman mein chhupaaya
pardon mein khisaaya(?)
unhen ro kar na ganwaana
ro kar na ganawaana
aansu na bahaana
aankhon
aansu na bahaana
aankhon

tumse mili shikwa aa
taqdeer hamaari ee ee ee
tum jeet gayi ho o o
kismat hai tumhaari
ae dil
na tadapna
ae dil
na tadapna
hum pe na tadapna
ae dil na tadapna
hum pe na tadapna
wo khud hi chale aayen
wo khud hi chale aayen
asar apna dikhaana
asar apna dikhaana
aansu na bahaana
ye raaz hain dil ke
ye raaz hain dil ke
dil hi mein chhupaana
aansu na bahaana
aankhon


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Blog Day : 3666 Post No. : 14538

“Bahaadur”(1944) was directed by Bhagwan for Jagriti Pictures, Bombay. This stunt movie had Baburao Pahalwan, Bhagwan, Samson, Bhagwandas, Dharpure, Yashwant, Shanta Patel, Bibi, Surekha, Nirasha etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it.

Here is the first from “Bahaadur”(1944) to appear in the blog. HFGK is silent about the singers of this movie. The uploader (our own Mr Sadanand Kamath) identifies the singers as Hamida Bano and C Ramchandra.

Ehsan Rizvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by C Ramchandra.

Only the audio of the song is available. Assuming that Bhhagwan and Shanta Patel were the lead pair in the movie, it would appear that the song was picturised on them. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of this song.

With this rare song, “Bahaadur”(1944) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Aao more pyaare saanwariya(Bahaadur)(1944) Singers-Hamida Bano, C Ramchandra, Lyrics-Ehsan Rizvi, MD-C Ramchandra
Both

Lyrics

Aao more pyaare saanwariya
aao more pyaare saanwariya
man ki
man ki sooni nagariya
man ki
man ki sooni nagariya aa aa aa
pihu pihu bole papeeha
pihu pihu bole papeeha
chhaayi hai
chhaayi hai kaali badariya
chhaayi hai
chhaayi hai kaari badariya aa aa
aao more pyaare saanwariya

aayi mere man ko sajan yaad tihaari
aayi mere man ko sajan yaad tihaari
laagi mere man mein ye aankhon ki kataari
laagi mere man mein ye aankhon ki kataari

bane kyun un un
bane kyun prem pujaari
bane kyun un un
bane kyun prem pujaari
baanki hai tori najariya
un hoon
tori najariya
aao more pyaare saanwariya

maine wahaan tumko nazar kah ke pukaara
maine wahaan tumko nazar kah ke pukaara
kiski nigaahon ne kiya phir ye ishaara
kiski nigaahon ne kiya phir ye ishaara

maine aen aen
maine papeeha ko pukaara
maine
maine papeeha ko pukaara aa aa aa
aaya main teri atariya aa aa aa
aaya main teri atariya

man ki
man ki sooni nagariya
man ki
man ki sooni nagariya aa aa aa
aao more pyaare saanwariya


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Blog Day : 3644 Post No. : 14473

“Harihar Bhakti”(1956) was produced and directed by C Raghuveer for Raghuveer Chitra Niketan, Bombay. This mytholomovie had Asha Mathur, trilok Kapoor, Vivek, Maruti, Shahu Modak, Ulhas, Durga Khote, Indira, Heera Sawant, Ramesh Sinha, Shrawan Kumar, Rajan Kapoor, Nayantara etc in it.

The movie had eleven songs in it. Two songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the thirds song from “Harihar Bhakti”(1956) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Lata. S P Kalla is the lyricist. Music is composed by K Datta.

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


Song-Aankh mein aansoo jiya mein aas haaye jal rahe(Harihar Bhakti)(1956) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-S P Kalla, MD-K Datta

Lyrics

Aankh mein aansoo
jiya mein aas haaye jal rahe
aankh mein aansoo
jiya mein aas haaye jal rahe
meri qismat ke sitaare
munh chhupa kar dhhal rahe
meri qismat ke sitaare
munh chhupa kar dhhal rahe
aankh mein aansoo
jiya mein aas haaye jal rahe

maa uthho ab nain kholo o o
maa aa
maa uthho ab nain kholo
aaj meri pat rahe ae
bujh na jaaye
aas ke jo man mein deepak jal rahe
aankh mein aansoo
jiya mein aas haaye jal rahe

chheen mat mere sahaare
paaon padti hoon tere ae
paaon padti hoon tere ae
milan ki aasha sanjoye
aankh mere chal rahe
aankh mein aansoo
jiya mein aas haaye jal rahe

maut ke baadal ghire hain
kaun mere dukh hare ae
bhool kya jis par vidhaata
aaj mujh ko chhal rahe
aankh mein aansoo


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Blog Day : 3643 Post No. : 14471

Mohammed Rafi – Duets – ‘अ’  से  ‘ह’ तक  (From ‘अ’ to ‘ह’) – 20
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‘न’ – नज़र ने लूटा है, अदा ने मारा है ॰ ॰ ॰

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फूलों से दोस्ती है, काँटों से यारी है ॰ ॰ ॰
ऐसी मज़े की प्यारे ज़िंदगी हमारी है ॰ ॰ ॰

ज़िंदगी हो भी तो जैसी तुम्हारी थी, वैसी हो॰ ॰ ॰ कोई अच्छा था तो वो भी दोस्त था, कोई अच्छा नहीं था तो भी यार ही था। A big heart such as yours is a rarity in humans.

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The first line of the song and the mind is tuned in for another gem of a creation from Chitragupt. This next song in this series is vintage Chitragupt.

The film is ‘Police Detective’ from 1960. The melody was still the reigning empress, and the creators of the likes of Chitragupt were still at their inspired best. Such a lovely playful song of two hearts in love, expressing their hearts to each other.

The film is a production from the banner of Neo Light Films, Bombay and is produced by Balwant Bhatt and Ram Kamlani. It is directed by Nanabhai Bhatt. The cast of actors listed for the film is impressive and includes Shyama, Sudesh, David, Jaishri Gadkar, Lilian, Ram Kamlani, Helen, Anwar, Shammi, Bhagwan, Meena, Genius, Susheel Kumar, Jai Kumar, Nisar, Roshanlal, Ramesh Roy, Saleem, Ghulam Rasool, Gani, Mohammad Ali, Sevanand, Ameer, Douglas, Tiger (Dog), and Pedro, the human chimpanzee. Hmm. . . Sevanand – interesting, would have liked to see an image of this actor. . . whether any similarity to Dev Anand. 🙂

Six songs are listed for this film, all from the pen of Prem Dhawan. Two of these songs are already showcased here on our blog. This is the third one to come on board from this film. The singing companion of Rafi Sb in this song is Lata Mangeshkar. Given the list of actors, this song is most likely picturized on the lead pair of Shyama and Sudesh Kumar. I request other readers and friends to please comment on this guess.

Listen to this lovely tête-à-tête between two hearts in love – complaints of hearts stolen through deceit and ripostes of challenges that if this is deceit, then welcome to take back the heart. Wonderful play of words, and a lovely tune that ties them together. A pleasure to listen.

Song – Nazar Ne Loota Hai, Ada Ne Maara Hai  (Police Detective) (1960) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Prem Dhawan, MD – Chitragupt

Lyrics

nazar ne loota hai
ada ne maara hai
haseenon ka
ye dhokha bhi
bada hi pyaara hai
nazar ne loota hai
ada ne maara hai
haseenon ka
ye dhokha bhi
bada hi pyaara hai
agar ye dhokha tha
to kis ne roka tha
laga ke dil ye kehte ho
ke dil bechaara hai
nazar ne loota hai

hamaare haal pe to ye zamaana hansta hai
ke jiske paas dil ho wo kabhi to phansta hai
hamaare haal pe to ye zamaana hansta hai
ke jiske paas dil ho wo kabhi to phansta hai
to phir kyon rotey phirtey ho
ke dil nazron ka maara hai
nazar ne loota hai
ada ne maara hai
haseenon ka
ye dhokha bhi
bada hi pyaara hai
nazar ne loota hai

hamaare naaz bhi sehne padenge ulfat mein
likhe hain sainkdo chakkar
tumhaari kismat mein
hamaare naaz bhi sehne padenge ulfat mein
likhe hain sainkdo chakkar
tumhaari kismat mein
jo hum pe guzregi seh lenge
jab dil tum pe waara hai
agar ye dhokha tha
to kis ne roka tha
laga ke dil ye kehte ho
ke dil bechaara hai
nazar ne loota hai
ada ne maara hai
haseenon ka
ye dhokha bhi
bada hi pyaara hai
nazar ne loota hai

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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नज़र ने लूटा है
अदा ने मारा है
हसीनों का
ये धोखा भी
बड़ा ही प्यारा है
नज़र ने लूटा है
अदा ने मारा है
हसीनों का
ये धोखा भी
बड़ा ही प्यारा है
अगर ये धोखा था
तो किस ने रोका था
लगा के दिल
ये कहते हो
के दिल बेचारा है
नज़र ने लूटा है

हमारे हाल पे तो ये ज़माना हँसता है
के जिसके पास दिल हो वो कभी तो फँसता है
हमारे हाल पे तो ये ज़माना हँसता है
के जिसके पास दिल हो वो कभी तो फँसता है
तो फिर क्यों रोते फिरते हो
के दिल नज़रों का मारा है
नज़र ने लूटा है
अदा ने मारा है
हसीनों का
ये धोखा भी
बड़ा ही प्यारा है
नज़र ने लूटा है

हमारे नाज़ भी सहने पड़ेंगे उलफत में
लिखे हैं सैकड़ों चक्कर
तुम्हारी किस्मत में
हमारे नाज़ भी सहने पड़ेंगे उलफत में
लिखे हैं सैकड़ों चक्कर
तुम्हारी किस्मत में
जो हम पे गुज़रेगी सह लेंगे
जब दिल तुम पे वारा है
अगर ये धोखा था
तो किस ने रोका था
लगा के दिल
ये कहते हो
के दिल बेचारा है
नज़र ने लूटा है
अदा ने मारा है
हसीनों का
ये धोखा भी
बड़ा ही प्यारा है
नज़र ने लूटा है


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