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“Manzoor”(1949) was directed by Subodh Mitra for New Theatres, Bombay. The movie had Asit Baran, Bharati, Chhabi Biswas, Chandrawati, Bhupendra Kapoor, Latika, Aditya Ghosh, Asita Bose, Tulsi Chakravarty, Manorama, Jharna, Master Khurshid, Ram Pyari, RP Kapoor, Prem Kumari, Shaukat Shah etc in it.

The movie had si songs in it. Two of them have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Manzoor”(1949) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asit Baran. Pt Bhushan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Pankaj Mullick.

Only the audio of this song is available. It is clear that the song was picturised on Asit Baran himself who was a superb singer-actor of that era.

I have not been able to get a word (or may be more) right in the lyrics. I request our knowledgeable readers to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable in the lyrics.


Song-Hirday mein phool rahe hain phool (Manzoor)(1949) Singer-Asit Baran, Lyrics-Pt Bhushan, MD-Pankaj Mullick

Lyrics

hirday mein aen aen phool rahe hain phool
man aangan mein aen phool rahe hain phool
wo khele jab aankh micholi ee
bhar jaaye is dil ki jholi
wo khele jab aankh micholi ee
bhar jaaye is dil ki jholi
prem ke josh mein hosh ude
aur sudh budh jaaye bhool
hirday mein aen aen phool rahe hain phool
aa ha ha ha aa aa

wo jab aankh se aankh milaaye ae ae ae ae ae
wo jab aankh se aankh milaaye ae ae ae
dil ki naav jhakoley khaaye
chhode ye
chhode ye majhdhar mein laakar
daale aankh mein dhool
hirday mein aen aen phool rahe hain phool
aa ha ha ha aa aa

uski paayal ki jhankaaren
uski jhaanjhar ki jhankaaren
jhankaaren
payal ki jhankaaren
dil mein sau sau baar pukaaren aen
uski paayal ki jhankaaren
nazar na aaye ae ae
nazar na aaye
dil khincha jaaye
prem nadi ke kool
hirday mein aen aen phool rahe hain phool
man aangan mein phool rahe hain phool

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Today (30 november 2017) is the birth centenary of Pushpa Hans (30 november 1917- 9 december 2011). She was an actor- singer in Hindi and Punjabi movies. Wikipedia page on her contain very little and incomplete details on her. According to wikipedia, she only worked in two Hindi movies. viz Apna Desh (1949) and “Sheesh Mahal”(1950). We in this blog are aware that she worked in “Singaar”(1949) and “Kaale Baadal”(1951) as well. Songs sung by her, from these four movies are represented in this blog.

Pushp Hans was a big name in Punjabi movies and music. But as mentioned earlier, her wikipedia page is silent about most of her achievements. She has sung and acted in “Chaman” (1948), which was the first punjabi hit movie for music director Vinod.

She was honoured with Padmshree in 2007.

After her film career, she served as the chief editor of “The Eves Weekly”, a women’s lifestyle magazine for 17 years.

As a tribute to Pushpa Hans on the occasion of her birth centenary, here is a song from “Apna Desh”(1949).

Very little is known about this movie. Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh, our beloved inhouse encyclopaedia, had given a very detailed account of this movie in the past. Here is what he had to say about this movie.

In 1947,India was divided into two countries. The Partition was a sad and torturous experience for the people on Borders and created thousands of Refugees on both sides. Thousands of families were separated and almost a million died during the Riots. No wonder that this provided inspiration to the film industry to make films on this topic-the event and its aftermath. Some Hindi commercial films based on trauma of partition were made, like, Lahore-49, Apna Desh-49, Firdaus-53, Nastik-54, Chhalia-60, Amar rahe ye pyar-61 and Dharmaputra-61. Three of these films revolved around tales of women abducted in the aftermath of partition..

APNA DESH-1949 was a brilliant film made by V.Shantaram, famous for making offbeat, socially relevant films. He made this film which was distributed all over India and in Ceylon as well. Within a few days, the film came under severe criticism and there were cries of banning the film. Baburao Patel,with his acidic style dubbed this film as Anti-National. In several cities, the film shows had to be cancelled due to Mob troubles.

What was there in this film to invoke such reaction ? This was a story of a Punjabi Hindu woman-Mohini. During riots of partition, she is abducted and raped in Pakistan by Muslims. Her family escapes to India. After some time a devastated Mohini returns to India. Her family and the society refuse to accept her. She is insulted and thrown out. in vengeance of this rejection, she decides to become a smuggler. She sends clothes and arms to Pakistan in exchange of Gold and Money. She falls in love with another refugee, Satish. Finally, when the secret is revealed and Satish is arrested and accused of smuggling, Mohini comes out and surrenders. She is arrested. End of the film !

Most Indians felt that Indian women will never react in this way. They would rather commit suicide. The film was even called ” Apna Trash”. Almost every newspaper viz The Times, The Hindu, The patriot etc condemned the film as Anti national. 1949 was also the period when Pakistan had infiltrated the army and Tribesmen in Kashmir. This had already created an Anti-Pakistani feeling in the country. Under the barrage of opposition, the film was forced to be withdrawn from the Theatres, not because of any legal considerations, but due to commercial reasons.

The strangest thing about this film film is, while ALL other Prabhat and Rajkamal films are available, ONLY THIS FILM is missing from the archives. Its copy is not available even in the Film Archives at Pune. V.Shantaram never gave any explanation for this while he was alive.

I have not seen this film. The simple reason was that Shantaram’s films were rated very low on entertainment, as they were films with social causes. By the time I realised the film’s importance, the film was withdrawn and I could never see it. As such 1947 onwards and especially in 1949, so many musical films were released that Shantaram’s films were low on priority. The film details, background, contents and the aftermath of this remarkable film can be found in ” Mourning the Nation-Indian Cinema in the wake of Partition”, a book by Bhaskar Sarkar as well as in ” Violent Belongings, Partition, gender and National Culture” another book by Kavita Daiyya.

Though only the audio of the song is available, this song was clearly picturised on her as well. Dewan Sharar is the lyricist. Music is composed by Purushottam.


Song-Meri khushiyon ke sawere ki kabhi shaam na ho (Apna Desh)(1949) Singer-Pushpa Hans, Lyrics-Dewan Sharar, MD-Purushottam

Lyrics

mere khushiyon ke savere ki
kabhi shaam na ho o
shaam na ho
o hoye
kabhi shaam na ho
mere mit jaane ki koshish
kabhi naakaam na ho o o
naakaam na ho
o hoye
kabhi shaam na ho

sun bhi le waqt ki aawaaz
sun bhi le waqt ki aawaaz
badwaqti ae dil
ae badwaqti ae dil
khusnaseebi ki taraf se ae
koi paighaam na ho o
paighaam na ho
o hoye
kabhi shaam na ho
meri khushiyon ke savere ki
kabhi shaam na ho

jaan se pahle bhala kyun tera armaan nikle
tera armaan nikle
kya tera kaam tu ho jaaye
mera kaam na ho
mera kaam na ho
o hoye
kabhi shaam na ho
meri khushiyon ke savere ki
kabhi shaam na ho

aa aa aa aa
uff na kar
aah na bhar
uff na kar
aah na bhar
dard se aansu na baha
dard se aansu na baha
dekh duniya mein
dekh duniya mein
mohabbat kahin badnaam na ho o o
badnaam na ho
o hoye
kabhi shaam na ho
meri khushiyon ke savere ki
kabhi shaam na ho o
shaam na ho
mere mit jaane ki koshish
kabhi naakaam na ho
o o o o o
shaam na ho


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Today’s song is from the film Hamrahi-45, a remake of Bangla film ‘Udayer Pathey’-44, made by New Theatres, Calcutta and a maiden Directorial Debut by Bimal Roy, both for Bangla and Hindi.

This film was clearly based on Leftist Philosophy, wherein the oppressed classes are up against the richer classes. Bengal has always been a hub of political activities. Bangla people breathe in and breathe out politics. Every Bengalee is perpetually against the establishment, be it a Capitalist or even their own Government. No wonder the Left Front Ruled West Bengal from 1977 to 2011 and then collapsed due to their own people !

Story of this film was written by Jyotirmoy Roy, who later married the Heroine of this film, Binota Bose ( and restricted her work only to Bangla films wherein he was associated some way). He also wrote the dialogues. The lyrics were by Munshi Zakir Hussain. Two Bangla songs remained in the Hindi version also.Both were written by Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore. One of them was “Jana Gana Mana “, which became our National Anthem after Independence. This is already discussed in the Blog. The other Bangla song is sung by Hemant Kumar and Binota Bose.

The cast of the Bangla and Hindi versions was almost same, except few actors who replaced the Bangla actors. These were Bhupendra Kapoor,Hiralal,Deen Dayal Luthra and Ramesh Sinha. The lead pair of Radha Mohan Bhattacharya and Binota Bose was the same in both versions. Other cast included Tulsi Chakravarty,Meera Datta, Maya Bose, Manorama etc etc. Music was by the great Raichand Boral in both versions.

Binota Bose Roy proved to be a one film wonder in Hindi films, though she sang songs in films Wapas-43 ( 3 songs ) and Hamrahi-45. Binota Basu was born in a Brahma family in 1925 on Kojagari Lakshmi Purnima Tithi and was therefore called Lakshmi. Her father Satya Sundar Basu was an advocate in Patna High court. Binota was one of his six daughters.

Satya Sundar was a lawyer by profession but his music was his first love and after court hours his routine was to sing and play musical instruments like the Sitar, the organ and many others. Binota’s mother was a good singer too. So Binota had music in her blood and she entered films as a playback artiste in Dikshul (1943).

Raichand Boral had introduced her to Pankaj Kumar Mallick, the music director of the film. This happened after the family shifted to Calcutta. While in Calcutta, Binota along with her sisters came in close touch with cousin Chinmohan Sehanbish , who in turn introduced them to the legendary Debabrata Biswas from whom Binota got some early training in music. Under Raichand Boral’s guidance her first major success was in Wapas (1943), where she sang “Albela Mastana”, “Jeevan Hai Bekar” and “Bhool Na Jana”. All the songs became popular.

The next year Binota became a star with her acting and singing in Bimal Roy’s Udayer Pathey (1944) and with the Hindi version Humrahi got an all India exposure. Her popularity touched the sky but soon she got married to Jyotirmoy Roy, who had written the story of Udayer Pathey.
After marriage she was allowed to work mostly in films associated with her husband. These included Abhijatri (1947), Diner Parey Din (1949), Shankhabani (1951), Nagardola (1956), Taka Ana Pai (1956), Kancha Mithhey (1957).In Abhijatri she was paired with her first hero Radhamohan Bhattacharya again.

After her husband’s death in 1961 she withdrew from the film world but came back later to give memorable performances as character artiste in Tapan Sinha’s Jatugriha (1964), Mrinal Sen’s Calcutta 71 (1971), Chhayateer (1972) and finally Hangsharaj (1976). She won the best actress and best supporting actress awards from the prestigious Bengal Film Journalists’ Association a number of times. Binota Roy was inspired to write by her writer husband. She is credited with several short stories which were published in popular Bengali magazines. A collection of her stories was first published as a book titled Mayamukur in 1964. Binota Roy died on the twenty eighth day of July, 1978 and was survived by sons Ramya and Samya and daughter Suchita.( adapted from Dr. J.P.Guha, with thanks.)

With this film, the great Bimal Roy made his debut as an independent Director. A lot has been written on him, so here is a short synopsis of his life. Bimal Roy was one of the greatest ever directors of Indian cinema. In his films we see a romantic idealist to whom any form of exploitation – social, religious or economic was unacceptable. He is particularly noted for his realistic and socialistic films like Do Bigha Zamin, Parineeta, Biraj Bahu, Madhumati, Sujata, and Bandini, making him an important director of Hindi cinema. He won a number of awards throughout his career, including eleven Filmfare Awards ( 7 for Best Director and 4 for Best film), 6 National Film Awards, and the International Prize of the Cannes Film Festival.

Born on 12-7-1909 , Bimal Roy came from a well to do Bengali family and entered films as a cameraman with New Theatres Pvt. Ltd. where he photographed films like “Devdas” (1935) and “Mukti” (1937). His first film as Director was “Udayer Pathey” (1944) in Bengali. The film was a big critical success.

Bimalda migrated to Bombay after the collapse of New Theatres. His first film there was “Maa” (1952) for Bombay Talkies. He then formed his own production unit and made his breakthrough film, “Do Bigha Zamin” (1953). It was both a commercial success and a critical success, winning an International Prize at the 1954 Cannes Film Festival. The film’s success paved the way for the Indian New Wave cinema. This followed three adaptations of Sarat Chandra Chatterjee, “Parineeta” (1953), “Biraj Bahu” (1954) and “Devdas” (1955). In between Bimalda also directed the emotional “Baap Beti” (1954) and the sensitive “Naukri” (1954). He always preferred either Salil Chaudhari or S D Burman as his Music Directors.

Bimalda’s last production before he died was “Benazir” (1964) directed by S Khalil. He was working on a project to star Dharmendra and Sharmila Tagore when he passed away on 8-1-1-1966 after a long illness.

The story of film Hamrahi was….

Anup(Radhamohan Bhattacharya) is a poor literary man. Sumitra( Rekha Mitra) is his sister. . A rich friend of Sumitra, Gopa ( Binta Bose), invites her to a party at her house. Sumitra had to come back from her friends house with the stigma of a thief. Anup sees his editor friend. The friend gives Anup a tip for a job. Anup takes it and accepts the job of a publicity officer under Rajendranath, a millionaire. Anup has to write speeches for Rajendranath( Ramesh Sinha), the very first of which brings him great acclaims.

Rajendranath craves for more fame and name. Anup meets Gopa at Rajendranath’s library while writing a speech. He learns that Gopa belongs to the house where his sister Sumitra was insulted. He leaves the job then and there. Rajendranath cannot do without Anup. He sees Anup at his house and somehow manages to get him back to write a presidential speech for him. He also promises to publish Anup’s forthcoming novel and takes the manuscript from him. Gopa sees the manuscript and starts reading it half heartedly but by the time she finishes the manuscript she is over-whelmed. She feels a deep sense of respect for the authour Anup. The novel deals with the lives of the workers and their problems in life. Gopa becomes deeply interested in the subject. She visits workers cottages in the bustees with Anup, and see things first-hand. She feels herself a stranger amongst the labourers but feels that Anup belongs to them. He is one of them.

Gopa attends labour meetings incognito. Rajendranath comes to know about Gopa’s recent movements and is worried. Meantime, he publishes Anup’s novel claiming the authorship for himself. Gopa gets the shock of her life at Rajen’s conduct. Rajendranath receives great ovations from all sides for writing such a masterly novel. The day of the big labour meeting. Gopa, while passing by the library hears her brother speaking on the phone. Rajen is instructing Ambika a man of the mill, to break the meeting, even at the cost of physical injury to Anup the leader. Gopa rushes to the meeting site. She reaches just a bit too late. Anup is assaulted. He is lying on the ground bleeding profusely. Gopa with tears in her eyes kneels down and tries to get back Anup to consciousness. While she is busy rendering first aid to Anup, Rajen appears on the scene and takes Gopa back home by force.

Next morning News papers flash the news about the dispersed labour meeting. Gopa gets headliness as the millionaires daughter siding with the workers cause. The drama in the life of Gopa takes quick and peculiar turns. she forsakes her pride of birth and wealth and goes with Anup to fight for the down-trodden millions.

The last scene of the film shows Anup and Gopa walk towards the rising Sun, hoping to start a new life together, while her father Rajendranath watches them with wet eyes, from his balcony !

In the film’s remake Naya Zamana-1971, Dharmendra and Hema Malini leave the house in millionaire father Ashok kumar’s Limousine. Satyajit Ray in his version of this film, Mahanagar-1963, shows Hero and Heroine walk out and merge into the moving crowd outside.

True to the cinematic branding of actors, Hamrahi Hero Radha Mohan Bhattacharya who played the incorruptible ‘Bhadralok’Hero Anup, repeated his role in Kabuliwala-56 (Bangla film) and Akaler Sandhaney-80. Hamrahi-45 writer Jyotirmoy Roy was an IPTA worker. He was honoured by IPTA for his dialogues of the film, which depicted the Bengali melodrama between inherited and earned wealth.
The film had 7 songs. Today’s song is the 4th song to be posted.

(some of the information used here is from Ency.of Ind.Cinema by Ashish and Paul, with thanks.)


Song-Din hain bahaar ke aaye (Hamraahi)(1945) Singer-Binota Bose, Lyrics-Zakir Hussain, MD-R C Boral

Lyrics

bahaar ke din aaye
din hain bahaar ke aaye
ik naya
ik naya sandesa laaye ae

jhoome hai daali daali
hanste hain phool bhi khil ke ae ae
jhoome hai daali daali
hanste hain phool bhi khil ke
rut badal gayi gulshan ki
purva
purva ban mein lahraaye
rut badal gayi gulshan ki
purva ban mein lahraaye

ranj-o-gham dil ke saare ae ae
ranj-o-gham dil ke saare ae
kya jaane kahaan sidhaare ae
ranj-o-gham dil ke saare ae ae
kya jaane kahaan sidhaare
van jhoome man bhi jhoome
khud apni kahi bhulaaye
din hain bahaar ke aaye
ik naya sandesa laaye

tanhaai mein chupke chupke
tanhaai mein chupke chupke
pardesi preetam se ae ae ae
pardesi preetam se
birha ki bechain kahaani
jaa ke kaun sunaaye ae ae
birha ki bechain kahaani
jaa ke kaun sunaaye ae
sunaaye ae
din hain bahaar ke aaye
ek naya sandesa laaye ae
din hain bahaar ke aaye


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“Parinde”(1945) was produced and directed by Acharya Atre for Atre Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Surendra, Vanmala, Dixit, Babu rao Pendharkar, Sitara, Sunalini Devi, Balwant Parchure, D R Gokhale, Chandabai, Lallu, Vasant sawkar, Jairam Desai etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. Two songs from this movie have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Parinde”(1945) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Surendra and Parul Ghosh (credited as Shrimati Ghosh in the credits). Rammurty Chaturvedi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Pt Govindram.

The song is picturised on Suendra and Vanmala.

Video


Audio

Song-Oopar ho chaand taara neeche jahaan saara(Parinde)(1945) Singers-Surendra, Parul Ghosh, Lyrics-Rammurty Chaturvedi, MD-Pt Govindram
Both

Lyrics

oopar ho chaand taara
neeche jahaan saara
upar ho chaand taara
neeche jahaan saara
beech mein hum tum pyaar karenge
haan
beech mein hum tum pyaar karenge
pyaar karenge
hum vihaar karenge
pyaar karenge
hum vihaar karenge

hum tum mil kar pyaar karenge
haan
hum tum mil kar pyaar karenge

ek oar dolye parindon ki toli
ek oar taare khelen aankh michauli
ek oar doley parindon ki toli
ek oar taare khelen aankh michauli
kirnon ka hum tum singaar karenge
kirnon ka hum tum singaar karenge
upar ho chaand taara neeche jahaan saara
upar ho chaand taara niche jahaan sara
beech mein hum tum pyaar karenge
haan
beech mein hum tum pyaar karenge

udte udte unche unche jaayenge hum dono
udte udte, unche unche jaayenge hum dono
sota hua suraj jagaayenge hum dono
sota hua suraj jagaayenge hum dono

jag mein savera bataayenge
gaayenge
jag me savera jagaayenge
gayenge
meethe suron se hum gulzaar karenge
haan
meethe suron se hum gulzaar karenge
gulzaar karenge
ham vihaar karenge
gulzaar karenge
ham vihaar karenge
jag mein ham tum pyaar karengen
haan
jag mein ham tum pyaar karenge

udte udte sajan kahin baadal jo chhaayen
udte udte sajan kahin baadal jo chhaayen

manzil humaari hamen nazar na aaye
manzil humaari hamen nazar na aaye
phir
phir
haathon mein haath liye himmat ka saath liye
haatho me hath liye himmat ka sath liye
manzil ko apni hum paar karenge
haan manzil ko apni hum paar karenge
paar karenge hum vihaar karenge
paar karenge hum vihaar karenge
jag mein hum tum pyaar karenge
haan jag mein hum tum pyaar karenge


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“Zabaan”(1943) was produced and directed by Jayant Desai for Jayant Desai productions, Bombay. This “social” movie had Ishwar lal, Kaushalya, Mubarak, Diit, Vatsala Kumthekar, Bhagwandas, Kantilal etc in it.

The movie had twelve songs in it. All of them were actor-singer songs, viz the songs were sung by the actors themselves.

Two of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Zabaan”(1943) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Ishwar Lal. One can notice that his voice is similar to C Ramchandra’s singing voice.

Mahrul Qadri is the lyricist. Music is composed by C Ramchandra.

Only the audio of this rare song is available. The song was picturised on Ishwarlal himself who was the lead actor of the movie.


Song-Bigdi huyi kismat ko ik roz banaana hai (Zabaan)(1943) Singer-Ishwar lal, Lyrics-Mahir Ul Qadri, MD-C Ramchandra

Lyrics

Bigdi huyi kismat ko
haan aan aan
Bigdi huyi kismat ko
ik roz banaana hai
Bigdi huyi kismat ko
ik roz banaana hai
ab main nahin jaaunga
ab main nahin jaaunga
khud unko hi aana hai

haan aan aan
duniya meri haalat par
haan aan
duniya meri haalat par
hansti hai to hansne do o o o
mujhko to mohabbat mein
mujhko to mohabbat mein
kuchh kar ke dikhaana hai
mujhko to mohabbat mein
kuchh kar ke dikhaana hai

haan aan aan
wo husn pe gar apne ae
magroor hain
hone do o o o o
wo husn pe gar apne ae
magroor hain
hone do o o o o
ab ishq ki baari hai
haan aan
ab ishq ki baari hai
aur mera zamaana hai
ab ishq ki baari hai
aur mera zamaana hai
ab main nahin jaaunga
ab main nahin jaaunga
khud unko hi aana hai


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“Saheli” (1942) was produced by Ratan Bai and directed by S m Yusuf for Star Productions, Bombay. The movie had Ratan Bai, Pahadi Sanyal, Yakub, Pramila, Shahnaz, Jillo Bai, Syed Ahmed etc in it.

The movie had seven songs in it. One song has been covered in the past.

Here is the second song from “Saheli” (1942) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Ratan bai and Pahadi sanyal. Wahid Qureshi is the lyricist. Music was composed by Bashir Dehalvi.

Seeing that the two singers were the lead actors in the movie, it follows that the song was picturised on the singers themselves.


Song-Kyun yaad tumhaari aati hai (Saheli)(1942) Singers-Ratan Bai, Pahadi Sanyal, Lyrics-Wahid Qureshi, MD-Bashir Dehalvi

Lyrics

Kyun yaad tumhaari aati hai
kyun yaad tumhaari aati hai
barsaat ki bheegi raaton mein
barsaat ki bheegi raaton mein

Kyun yaad tumhaari aati hai
kyun yaad tumhaari aati hai
barsaat ki bheegi raaton mein
barsaat ki bheegi raaton mein
kyun dil mein dard sa uthhta hai
kyun dil mein dard sa uthhta hai
jab mast hawaayen hansti hain
jab mast hawaayen hansti hain
kyun duniya bhar ki aashaayen
kyun duniya bhar ki aashaayen
do nainon mein aa basti hain
do nainon mein aa basti hain

khaamosh jawaani gaati hai
khaamosh jawaani gaati hai
barsaat ki bheegi raaton mein
barsaat ki bheegi raaton mein

aankhon se door sahi lekin
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aankhon se door sahi lekin
tum mere man mein baste ho
tum mere man mein baste ho
o chaand meri aashaaon ke
o chaand meri aashaaon ke
kyun door se dekh ke hanste ho
kyun door se dekh ke hanste ho

ye hansi mujhe tadpaati hai
ye hansi mujhe tadpaati hai
barsaat ki bheegi raaton mein
barsaat ki bheegi raaton mein
kyun yaad tumhaari aati hai
barsaat ki bheegi raaton mein


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“Kismat Ka Sitaara”(1947) was directed by Nanubhai Vakil for Mohan Pictures, Bombay. This stunt movie had Prakash, amirbai Karnataki, Rafiq, Ansari, Kamal Rani, Devraj, Agha Shapur, Abdul Ghani, Shekh Asgar, Sheikh Burhan, C Sharma, Anees, Rukhsana, Rekha Pawar etc in it.

This obscure movie had eleven songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Kismat Ka Sitaara”(1947) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Amirbai Karnataki. Roopbani is the lyricist. Music is composed by A R Qureshi.

Seeing that Amirbai Karnataki had acted in the movie, it is clear that the song was picturised on herself.

With this song, “Kismat Ka Sitaara”(1947) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Teer lagaa teer haaye kya karoon (Kismat Ka Sitaara)(1947) Singer-Amirbai Karnataki, Lyrics-Roopbani, MD-A R Qureshi

Lyrics

Teer laga teer haaye kya karoon
lut gayi taqdeer haaye kya karoon
teer laga teer haaye kya karoon
lut gayi taqdeer haaye kya karoon
husn unka dekh kar ho gaya zakhmi jigar
husn unka dekh kar ho gya zakhmi jigar
dil mein tasweer haaye kya karoon
lut gayi taqdeer haaye kya karoon
dil mein tasweer haaye kya karoon
lut gayi taqdeer haaye kya karoon

paas aakar chal diya
dil ko chura kar chal diya
paas aakar chal diya
dil ko chura kar chal diya
koi thha bedardi main kya karoon
lut gayi taqdeer haaye kya karoon
koi thha bedardi main kya karoon
lut gayi taqdeer haaye kya karoon

mera sab kuchh kho gaya
dil bhi unka ho gaya
mera sab kuchh kho gaya
dil bhi unka ho gaya
meri taqdeer haaye kya karoon
lut gayi taqdeer haaye kya karoon
meri taqdeer haaye kya karoon
lut gayi taqdeer haaye kya karoon
teer laga teer haaye kya karoon
lut gayi taqdeer haaye kya karoon


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“Majhdhaar”(1947) was directed by Sohrab Modi for Minerva Movietone, Bombay. This social movie had Khursheed, Surendra, Sadiq Ali, Baby Tabassum, Surekha, Erich Tarapore, Rafiq Ghaznavi, Ghulam Hussain, Faizbai etc in it.

The movie had nine songs in it that were composed by three music directors. Four of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fifth song from “Majhdhaar”(1947) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Khursheed Bano. Shams Lucknowi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ghulam Haider.

Only the audio of this song is available, but it is clear that this song was picturised on Khusheed Bano herself.

I have not been able to get one word (may be more) in the lyrics. i request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable.


Song-Thhi mujhse aaj tak ye haqeeqat chhupi huyi (Majdhaar)(1947) Singer-Khursheed, Lyrics-Shams Lucknowi, MD-Ghulam Haider

Lyrics

thhi mujhse aaj tak ye haqeeqat chhupi hui ee
karta thha koi mujhse mohabbat chhupi hui
thhi mujhse aaj tak ye haqeeqat chhupi hui

jaise main unki yaad mein
rahti thhi beqaraar
aaa
rahti thhi beqaraar
unke bhi dil mein thhi
meri chaah..at
chhupi hui

ik chaand thhe wo o
ik chaand thhe wo
jiski thhi baadal mein chaandni
ee ee
baadal mein chandani
ik phool thhe wo
jinki thhi rangat chhupi huyi

aankhon se ??? thhi main
andhere mein aaj tak
andhere mein aaj tak
meri nazar se thhi meri
kismat chhupi hui ee
karta thha koi mujhse mohabbat chhupi hui
thhi mujhse aaj tak ye haqeeqat chhupi hui ee ee


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“Kaale Baadal”(1950) was directed by Anand Thakur for National Film of India production. The movie had Meena, Pushpa Hans, Shyam, Gope, Jeevan, Raj Mehra, Ramesh Sinha, Tabassum, Hansa, M. Rajan, Pratima Devi etc in it.

The movie had nine songs in it. six of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the seventh song from “Kaale Baadal”(1950) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Pushpa Hans. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shyam Sundar.

Only the audio of this song is available. Seeing that Pushpa Hans, appears in the cast, it means that the song is picturised on Pushpa Hans herself.


Song-Dil kisi se laga ke dekh liya… hm wafa karte rahe (Kaale Baadal)(1951) Singer-Pushpa Hans, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Shyam Sundar

Lyrics

dil kisi se laga ke dekh liya aa
unko apna bana ke dekh liya aa aa

ham wafa karte rahe wo bewafa
ham wafa karte rahe wo bewafa
bewafa hone lage ae
apne apne farz ulfat mein ada
ada hone lage
ham wafa karte rahe wo bewafa

pyaar ki manzil mein hamne
hamsafar samjha jinhen
hamsafar samjha jinhen
pyaar ki manzil mein hamne
hamsafar samjha jinhen
hamsafar samjha jinhen
haaye ri kismat
wahi hamse juda
haaye ri kismat
wahi hamse juda
juda hone lage
ham wafa karte rahe wo bewafa

aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa
zindagi se roothh kar
kyun na mana len maut ko
kyun na mana len maut ko
tum jo meri zindagaani se khafa
tum jo meri zindagaani se khafa
khafa hone lage ae
ham wafa karte rahe wo bewafa


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“Padmini” (1948) was directed by Wali Sahab for Punjab Film Corporation. The movie had Mumtaz Shanti, Ashok Kumar, Mumtaz Ali, Samson, Maya Devi, Neelam, Bibi, Ibrahim, Harun, Sultana, A Shah etc. in it.

Four songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the fifth song from “Padmini”(1948) to appear in the blog. HFGK is silent about the singers of this song. On listening to this song, it becomes abundantly clear that this song is a duet sung by Geeta Dutt and Ashok Kumar. Wali Sahab is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ghulam Haider.

Only the audio of this song is available. Seeing that Mumtaz Shanti and Ashok Kumar were the lead pair in this movie, my guess is that this song was picturised on them. Nevertheless, I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Sapera been bajaayo re…teer tore nainon ka hua kalejwa ke paar(Padmini)(1948) Singers-Geeta Dutt, Ashok Kumar, Lyrics-Wali Sahab, MD-Ghulam Haider

Lyrics

saperaa been bajaayo re
tu to mhaari gali mein aayo re
main to chaloongi thaare saath
teer tore nainon kaa
huaa kalejavaa ke paar
teer tore nainon kaa

lagaa re teer tore nainon kaa
lagaa man mein teer tore nainon kaa

o o
gori ri gori re more baandh de haath dou raase se
mori kaat de naar gandaase se
main to chhup jaaun thaare saanche se
main to chhup jaaun thhaare saanche se ae
meraa jeenaa hai dushwaar
teer tore nainon kaa
huaa kalejwaa ke paar
teer tore nainon kaa

lagaa re teer tore nainon kaa
lagaa man mein teer tore nainon kaa

o o
tan kaa baaje baansuri re
more man kaa baaje saaz
saaz more man kaa baaje saaz
taar na tod is taar ke re teri
bhagwan raakhe laaj

aaj mohe dipak raag sunaayo re
tu to mhaari gali mein aayo re
main to chaloongi thhaare saath
teer tore nainon kaa
huaa kalejavaa ke paar
teer tore nainon kaa
lagaa re teer tore nainon kaa
lagaa man mein teer tore nainon kaa


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