Atul’s Song A Day- A choice collection of Hindi Film & Non-Film Songs

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5306 Post No. : 17389 Movie Count :

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#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # (Missing movies of 1973-11)
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Today’s song is a lovely duet song sung by Mohd Rafi and Radha Saluja. I guess this is the first song by Radha Saluja on the blog. I am not aware much about her singing. As per the details available on online sources her voice appeared in at least three songs in Hindi films. One of these songs is being presented today.

This song is from the ‘1973’ movie ‘Wohi Raat Wohi Aawaaz’. This is another movie from the year ‘1973’ which was missing from the blog so far.

This movie seems to be an obscure movie of its time. Though this movie is available online and interested readers can watch it there. Also, I guess, all the songs of this movie are available online at least in audio format if not video for all.

“Wohee Raat Wohee Aawaaz-1973” or “Wohi Raat Wohi Aawaaz” was directed by Dev Kishen for ‘Mayur Productions’.

This movie is a suspense thriller kind of movie. It was produced by Vipin Desai.

It had Radha Saluja, Sonia Sahni, Samit Bhanja, Sujeet Kumar, Manmohan Krishna, Asit Sen, Kamal Kapoor, Dev Kishan, Chandrima Bhaduri, Preetam, Vidya Shetty, Jack Pot, Mayur, Deepak, Chhotan, Karekar, Ranjana Devi and others.

This movie introduced Rohit Kumar and Ketty Irani.

Mandan Puri, Jay Kajaria and Omi (of Sonik-Omi) had friendly appearances in this movie.

Story of this movie was written by Vipin Desai who was also the producer of this movie. Dev Kishen who directed this movie also wrote this movie.
Editing of this movie was done by Hrishikesh Mukherjee.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 25.04.1973.

This movie has four songs – all written by Hasrat Jaipuri. Music for this movie was composed by Sonik-Omi. Asha Bhonsle, Mohd Rafi, Usha Khanna and Radha Saluja had given their voices to the songs in this movie.

Here is the list of songs in this movie :-

SNo Song Title Singer/s
01 Jogiya mera thhirke badan Radha Saluja, Mohd Rafi
02 Mera man bhatak rahaa deewaana Asha Bhonsle
03 Aayi tose milne deewaana dil le ke Asha Bhonsle, Usha Khanna
04 Sochta hai kya, aa kareeb aa Asha Bhonsle

As mentioned above this movie makes its ‘debut’ on the blog today.
Today’s song is sung by Mohd Rafi and Radha Saluja. On screen it is Samit Bhanja (I guess) and Radha Saluja performing on this song. This song is a lovely duet.

Lyrics for today’s song are by Hasrat Jaipuri and music is composed by Sonik-Omi.

Let us now enjoy today’s song …

Video

Audio

Song-Jogiya mera thhirke badan(Wohee Raat Wohee Aawaaz)(1973) Singers-Radha Saluja, Rafi, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Sonik Omi

Lyrics

jogiya
mera thhirke badan
dekh ke ae
tujhko mere sajan
jaagi nas nas mein
ho jaagi nas nas mein
meethhi agan
meethhi meethhi agan
meethhi meethhi agan

o goriye ae
tu zameen main gagan
ho gaya aa
tera mera milan
rang laaya hai
o rang laaya hai
deewaanapan
deewaanapan
deewaanapan

jogiya aa aa

chaahta hoon tujhko
sanam beshumaar
aaja ke pehnaaoon
baahon ke haar
haye ae
chaahta hoon tujhko
sanam beshumaar
aaja ke pehnaaoon
baahon ke haar
ho o laaya hai tu apni
aankhon mein pyaar
ab meri duniya mein
aayi bahaar

ho gaya aa
aaj tujhe paa ke magan
mit gayi ee mere dil ki jalan
rang laaya hai
o rang laaya hai
deewaanapan
deewaanapan
haaye
deewaanapan

jogiya aa aa

toote naa
chhoote naa
do dil ka saath
tu jaane main jaanoon
chaahat ki baat
toote naa
chhoote naa
do dil ka saath
tu jaane main jaanoon
chaahat ki baat

achcha
jab maine thhaama hai
sajni ka haath
chhoote ye duniya
na chhootega saath

khil gaya
mere dil ka chaman
?? gaye mere pyaase nayan
jaagi nas nas mein
ho jaagi nas nas mein
meethhi agan
meethhi meethhi agan re
meethhi meethhi agan

haaye goriye
tu zameen main gagan
ho gaya tera mera milan
rang laaya hai
o rang laaya hai deewaanapan
deewaanapan
re meethhi meethhi agan
haaye deewaanapan
re meethhi meethhi agan
hoy deewaanapan
re meethhi meethhi agan
hoy deewaanapan


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5297 Post No. : 17345

“Vasantsena”(1942) was directed by Gajanan Jageerdaar for Atre Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Vanmala, Gajanan Jageerdar, Shahu Modak, Baby Devi, Eruch Tarapur, Navin Yagnik, Sunalini, Vijaya, Vimal Tripathi, Nazeer Bedi, Raj Vishwas, Sudhir Gore, Pandit Gokhle etc in it.

The movie had ten rare songs in it. One song has been covered so far.

Here is the second song from “Vasantsena”(1942) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Shahu Modak. The movie had two lyricists in it (Neelkanth Tiwari and D N Madhok) but the distribution of songs among them is not known.

Music is composed by Master Krishnarao.

Only the audio of this song is available. It is clear that the song was picturised on Shahu Modak.

The audio is not clear and there may be errors in the lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to help correct the errors in the lyrics if any.


Song-Duniya ki aashaa(Vasantsena)(1942) Singer-Shahu Modak, MD-Master Krishna Rao

Lyrics

Duniya ki aashaa
Duniya ki aashaa
Duniya ki aashaa
aao bichhhaaun
aao bichaaun
maarag mein naina aa aa aa aa
maarag mein naina aa aa aa aa
Duniya ki aashaa
Duniya ki aashaa

aana tum hoke ??
aana tum hoke ??
sundar matwaari
sundar matwaari
naina madmast bano
naina madmast bano
aanand lo pyaari

aanand lo pyaari
aanand lo pyaari
vasant ki sena aa aa aa aa
vasant ki sena aa aa aa aa
Duniya ki aashaa
Duniya ki aashaa

ankhiyan palchhin na jhapken
ankhiyan palchhin na jhapken
ankhiyaan
ankhiyaan
ankhiyaan
ankhiyan palchhin na jhapken
dekhan ke maare
dekhan ke maare
charan chhanan chhankaati
charan chhanan chhankaati
aao kajaari
aao akajaari
aao kajaari

aan bano mehmaaan
aan bano mehmaaan
Duniya ki aashaa
Duniya ki aashaa
Duniya ki aashaa
haan
panchhi hil mil kar
prem ki baani sunaayen
panchhi hil mil kar
prem ki baani sunaayen
prem ki baani sunaayen
aao hamri dishaa
aao hamri dishaa
aasha ki duniya aa aa aa aa
aasha ki duniya aa aa aa aa
Duniya ki aashaa
Duniya ki aashaa
haan
Duniya ki aashaa aa aa aa


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Blog Day :

5294 Post No. : 17336

Today’s song is the Title song from the film Chameli ki shaadi-1986.

This is one of my favourite films, amongst the hundreds of films that I have seen since the 1940’s decade. As such I love seeing genuine comedy films. Every Hindi film has atleast one or two comedy scenes. In earlier films, there used to be a specialist actor – the Comedian. Nowadays, especially from the Amitabh times, the film’s Hero does the comedy scenes, stunt scenes and emotional scenes himself, thus eliminating the comedy specialists totally. After Asrani, paintal and others of their ilk, I don’t think any major comedy specialist rose in Hindi films.

The first comedy film, after the Talkie films started, was made almost immediately. It was made by Ranjit Movietone and the film was “Bhutia Mahal”-1932. We do not know about its plot or any other information , other than what is given in the HFGK. Subsequently many comedy films came. The first ever comedy film which I remember having seen was ” Ek thi Ladki ”-1949. I really enjoyed that film. Later on I have seen it several times. Being fond of comedy films, I never missed them. In the 50’s there were several films like Bhagam Bhag, New Delhi, Hum sab chor hain etc etc. During the VCR times, I saw many comedy films-some new some repeat times. Though I had stopped visiting Cinema halls since the 80’s, most newer comedy films were watched either on VCR or the TV. Film Chameli ki shaadi-1986 is one of the Top Ten comedy films I ever saw.

Anil kapoor is not my favourite actor, nor is Amrita Singh. The director Basu Chatterjee, of course, was my favourite. One of the other actors of this film-Amjad khan’s image was etched as Gabbar Singh in my mind. However, in this film he proved his versatility in doing a comic role too. Annu kapoor, pankaj Kapoor and Bharati Achrekar are known experts and they too chipped in their comedy parts.

Anil Kapoor actually started his career with acting in different languages. His first film was Hamare Tumhare-1979, his other film was a Telugu film-‘ Vansh vriksham’-1980 and a Kannada film ‘ Pallavi Anupallavi’-1983. His career took a positive turn with the film ‘ Mashal ‘-1984. I have seen his films, Mr. India-87, Tezab-88, Ram lakhan-89, Bibi No.1-99 and Nayak-2000. Not many actually, considering his large number of films in Hindi.

As far as Amrita Singh is considered, honestly, I always considered her with masculine features and her marriage with 12 years younger Saif Ali khan and her conversion was keeping her low in my eyes. I have seen only one of her films and that was Chameli ki Shaadi-1986. She has done a superb job in it. Hats off to Basu Chatterjee, who used all her typical girlish characteristics. Here is the film’s story….

Charandas is a fledgling wrestler who lives with brother Bhajandas. According to Bhajandas, Charandas should marry and start a family of his own. But Charan is hell bent on becoming a wrestler and is even ready to remain a bachelor until 40 as per the norms of Mastram. However, one day, Charan’s thoughts are challenged when he sees Chameli at Kallumal’s coal depot. He realizes that to marry her, he may have to leave Mastram’s Akhara.

Charan does so and seeks help from Advocate Harish, a close friend of his brother. Harish appreciates Charan’s love and is ready to help him. Charan dares to confess his love to Chameli. On other hand, Anita, Chameli’s best friend is also convinced of Chameli’s true love. The lover duo start meeting secretly. One day, however, the love affair is exposed when a relative of Chameli spots the duo in a restaurant.

The respective families soon take up cudgels against their wards and make it clear that they won’t allow inter-caste marriage. Chameli is kept under house arrest and her parents decide to have her marry one of their acquaintances. Charan learns of this development. Mastram is surprisingly supportive of Charan’s love. He explains that just as bachelorhood is a challenge for would-be wrestlers, a lover should not back out from the challenge posed by the world.

Mastram, along with Charan’s friends, backs the lovers to overcome the obstacles. Here, Champa calls in the help of her rogue brother Chhadam Lal aka Chhadmi against Charan. With the help of Harish and all his friends, Charan chalks out a plan to rescue Chameli from her house. As per the plan, Charan abducts Chameli from her own house, while Harish sees to it that the duo legally get married. Charan and Chameli are initially frightened, but Harish convinces them by telling them that as long as people do not dare to marry outside the caste like them, Indians will never be truly united.

Meanwhile, on learning that Chameli is missing, her parents lodge a complaint against Charan. They proceed to the place where Charan and Chameli are going to get married. Meanwhile, Bhajandas also comes with his men to disrupt the marriage. Both the parties have arrived late, as Charandas and Chameli are legally husband and wife now. They vent their ire on Harish, who according to them is responsible for corrupting the duo. Harish takes Kallumal aside and explains that if the marriage is permitted by him, he will garner votes of both the castes in the election because his son in law is the leader of all the young people and also has support from the akhadas.

Convinced by the argument of Harish, Kallumal relents because of being enticed by the illusion of winning the local election. Similarly, Harish tells Bhajandas that an influential Kallumal is sure to win the elections. If Bhajandas accepts the marriage, he will get special perks for his coal business thanks to Kallumal. Besides, he will get coal and cement at a subsidized rate from Kallumal. Bhajandas becomes greedy and relents. In the end, Chameli and Charandas are united with the blessing from both the parties.

I sometimes see the comedy scene videos of this film on YouTube and get myself cheered up. My most favourite scene is when Anil, Amrita and Komal toton a big Hotel for a date. I have seen this video so many times, that I have learnt that YouTube has decided to ban me from seeing it anymore ! Now that the name of Komal has come up here, how many of us know anything about this lovely looking dance expert who was also known as ” Rupini ” ? Here is some information about her which will surprise the readers, I am sure.

Komal Mahuvakar was born in Mumbai in a well educated family. Her father was a Lawyer and mother a famous Dietician, attached to big Hospitals like Leelavati, Breach Candy and Jaslok. While schooling, she learnt classical dancing. She was accidentally spotted by Hrishikesh Mukherjee and he met her parents. He offered Child roles to her in films like Mili-1975, Kotwal Saab-1977 and Khoobsurat-1980. She also worked in films like Des pardes-78 and Saanch ko aanch nahin-1979. She did her first film as a Heroine -Payal ki Jhankaar-1980.

After this she took a new name “RUPINI ” and went Southwards. We know many south indian actresses like Rekha, Hema Malini, Padmini, Shri Devi etc, who made a name in Hindi films. But we do not know much about Bombay girls going south and making a name for themselves. Komal Mahuvakar aka ‘ Rupini’ worked in 35 Tamil films, 10 Kannada films, 5 Malayalam films and 2 Telugu films. She also worked in 19 Hindi films upto 1989. Rest of the time, she was busy working in the South.

She left films in 1996. She married Mr. Raina, a successful Businessman, having a big Bungalow in Chembur, Mumbai. They have 1 daughter – Anisha. Komal and her husband have opened a big Heart Hospital in Chembur. She also started Dance classes for aspirants. presently she is leading an active life in Mumbai.

In the beginning of Talkie films, most heroes had to sing their songs themselves and it was a troublesome job for the Music Directors to make the non-singer hero sing a song as per their tune. There were some stars who knew or had the singing skill, like actor Surendra (152 songs in 40 films), with whom it was no problem. When the playback system came into full swing in the early 1940’s, the Music Directors heaved a sigh of relief. Actually, Naushad is on record having said ” it was tedious hard work to get the non-singer actors to sing a song. Playback has freed us from this torture !” Thereafter everything seemed to be in order. Actors acted and singers gave them playback.

Then at the end of the 40’s Raj kapoor sang 3 songs for himself in 3 films. He was of course a trained singer, but it started a different trend. His brother Shammi kapoor sang 1 song in his film-Jeewan Jyoti-1953. His younger brother Shashi kapoor sang 2 songs in 2 of his films. Both were non singers. The next generation saw many more actors singing their own songs. This was the time when Actors ruled the industry. The MDs or producers had no guts to say No to them.

Akshay Kumar sang 6 songs in 6 films.
Shatrughna Sinha sang 9 songs in 9 films.
Amir Khan sang 13 songs in 10 films.
Shahrukh khan sang 10 songs in 10 films.

Above all, can you imagine, the Superstar Amitabh Bachchan has sung 64 songs in 44 films !!! (all stats from muVyz).

None of these actors were trained singers. No wonder Anil kapoor also wanted to sing in his own films. He has sung 4 songs in 4 films. His first song was in Chameli ki Shaadi-1986. The others were from Andaz-94, Hamara dil aapke paas hai-2000 and tashan-2008. I read somewhere that Anil approached the MD Kalyanji-Anand ji and requested them for a song in this film.When they agreed, he cautioned them that it was his first time and that they should make it very simple to sing. As a way out, a Title song was created. He did quite a good job of it with hard work during rehearsals and the song was passed in the first take of recording itself !

Today’s song has a lilting, simple but haunting tune. Anil Kapoor sang it nicely. Enjoy his Debut song…
( Thanks to wiki, Net4u, muVyz, and my notes ).


Song- Chameli Chameli Chameli ki shaadi (Chameli Ki Shaadi)(1986) Singer-Anil Kapoor, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Kalyanji Anandji
Chorus

Lyrics

chameli chameli
chameli ki shaadi
jahaan se anokhi
niraali ye shaadi
chameli chameli
chameli ki shaadi
jahaan se anokhi
niraali ye shaadi

chameli chameli
chameli ki shadi
jahaan se anokhi
niraali ye shaadi

papapapapara
para
papapapapara
para
papapapapara
para
parararapum

arre charan daas ik ladka thha
aashiq thhaa par kadka thha
charan daas ek ladka tha
aashiq thhaa par kadka thha

o lad gayi aankh chameli se
uljha ajab paheli se
lad gayi aankh chameli se
uljha ajab paheli se

chameli thhi kallu laala ki shahzaadi
chameli thhi kallu laala ki shahzaadi
chameli chameli
chameli ki shaadi
jahaan se anokhi
niraali ye shaadi
chameli chameli
chameli ki shaadi
jahaan se anokhi
niraali ye shaadi

dil jab dil se takraaye
phir koi rok nahin paaye
dil jab dil se takraaye
phir koi rok nahin paaye

chaahe koi toofaan uthhe
chaahe koi aandhi aaye
chaahe koi toofaan uthhe
chaahe koi aandhi aaye

deewaanon ne kashti toofaan se takra di
deewaanon ne kashti toofaan se takra di
chameli chameli
chameli ki shaadi
jahaan se anokhi
niraali ye shaadi
chameli chameli
chameli ki shaadi
jahaan se anokhi
niraali ye shaadi

papapapapara
para
papapapapara
para
papapapapara
para
parararapum

ant magar achcha hi hua
poori hui donon ki dua
ant magar achcha hi hua
poori hui donon ki dua

ik aisa insaan mila
dil ka muqaddar badal diya
ik aisa insaan mila
dil ka muqaddar badal diya

milaqke dilon ko yoon jodi mila di
milaq ke dilon ko yoon jodi mila di
chameli chameli
chameli ki shaadi
jahaan se anokhi
niraali ye shaadi
chameli chameli
chameli ki shaadi
jahaan se anokhi
niraali ye shaadi

lalaala lalaala lalaalalalalala
lalaala lalaala lalaalalalalala
lalaala lalaala lalaalalalalala
lalaala lalaala lalaalalalalala


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5235 Post No. : 17230

“Vishwaas”(1943) was produced and directed by Homi Wadia for Wadia Movietone, Bombay. The movie had Surendra nath (playing Niranjan), Mehtab (playing Sharda), Trilok Kapoor (as Prakash), Sulochana chatterjee (as Prabha), Nayampalli (as Rajen Prasad), Himalayawala (as Gyani Dada), Gulab (as Saraswati devi), Meena, Butt,Afzal, Rashid, Narsi etc.

The movie also presented Baby Madhuri (as Madhuri). This child artist was the sister of Meena Kumari. After growing up, she married comedian Mehmood in 1953 and left film industry. She was the mother of singer Lucky Ali.

“Vishwaas”(1943) had eight songs in it. Four songs have been covered so far.

Here is the fifth song from the movie to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Surendra and Baby Madhuri and it is picturised on them as well. Safdar aah Sitapuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Feroz Nizami.

Lyrics of the song and other details were sent to me by Prakashchandra.


Song-Bhool jaa jo dekhta hai (Vishwaas)(1943) Singer-Surendra, Lyrics-Safdar Aah Sitapuri, MD-Feroz Nizami
Baby Madhuri

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

bhool jaa
bhool jaa
bhool jaa jo dekhta hai
jo hai dekha
bhool jaa
bhool jaa jo dekhta hai
jo hai dekha
bhool jaa
yaad rakh kar kya karega
ye tamaasha bhool jaa aa
yaad rakh kar kya karega
ye tamaasha bhool jaa
khwaab ki rudaad per
kaisi khushi kaisa malaal
khwaab ki rudaad per
kaisi khushi kaisa malaal
apni haalat per ye hansna
aur rona bhool jaa aa
apni haalat per ye hansna
aur rona bhool jaa aa

kya bharosa zindagi ke ae ae
jhilmilaate deep ka aa aa
apne
apne armaanon ki ye duniya
basaana bhool jaa aa
apne armaanon ki ye duniya
basaana bhool jaa
khud kadam uthhenge tere
apni manzil ki taraf
khud kadam uthhenge tere
apni manzil ki taraf
khud kadam uthhenge tere
apni manzil ki taraf
bas chala-chal kis taraf hai
tujhko jaana bhool jaa
bas chala-chal kis taraf hai
tujhko jaana bhool jaa
bhool jaa jo dekhta hai
jo hai dekha bhool jaa aa

kitni pyaari aawaaz hai
mujhe bhi ek gaana aata hai
meri maa ne sikhaaya hai

to gaao

saawan ki rut aaye sajanwa
saawan ki rut aaye ae
saawan ki rut aaye sajanwa
saawan ki rut aaye
meri gali mein baadar chhaaye
meri gali mein baadar chhaaye
kunjan mor nachaaye
saawan ki rut aaye
saaawan ki rut aaye

dekho
us class ki ghanti baj rahi hai
main jaati hoon


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Blog Day :

5231 Post No. : 17225

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2012-2022) – Song No. 128
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This date ten years back viz 13 November 2012 was the festival of Deepaawali. Six songs, all deepawali related, were covered on that day, culminating in the 7000th post of the blog that day.

Here are the details:-

Blog post number Song Movie (Year) Remarks
6995 Sajna o sajna jee ankhiyaan churaao na Daaku Bhupat(1960) 2 songs covered out of 7 by now
6996 Aayi deewaali deepon waali Maharana Pratap(1946) One song covered out of 10 by now
6997 Aayi deewaali deep jalaao Juthika Roy NFS(1950)
6998 Aayi hai deewaali suno jee gharwaali Aamdani Athanni Kharcha Rupaiyya(2001) One song covered out of 6 by now
6999 Mere tumhaare sabke liye happy deewaali Home Delivery(2005) One song covered out of 8 by now
7000 Falak se utre zameen pe taare Rafi NFS(1960)

Two non film songs and four film songs were covered on that date ten years ago. All the four movies whose songs were covered on that day are still unYIPPEED and so all of them are eligible for Blog Ten Year Challenge today on 13 november 2022.

“Maharana Pratap”(1946) was one of the movies.

“Maharana Pratap”(1946) was produced and directed by Jayant Desai for Jayant Desai productions, Bombay. The movie had Khursheed Bano, Ishwarlal, Mubarak, D.S.Salvi,Sati Devi, Kesar Bai, Noorjahan, Rewa Shankar,Bhgwandas, Kantilal, Gharpure,Inayat, Raja Joshi, Peer Jaan, S.Afzal, B.Mishra etc in it.

The movie had ten songs in it. One song has been covered and that song was covered ten years ago. After exactly ten years later, here is the second song from
“Maharana Pratap”(1946) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Khursheed Bano. Swami Ramanand is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ram Ganguly.

Only audio of the song is available. It is clear that the song was picturised on Khursheed Bano herself.

Lyrics and other details were sent to me by Prakashchandra.


Song-Achcha nahin Bhagwaan gareebon ko sataana (Maharana Pratap)(1946) Singer-Khursheed Bano, Lyrics-Swami Ramanand, MD-Ram Ganguly

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

achcha nahin bhagwaan gareebon ko sataanaa
achcha nahin bhagwaan gareebon ko sataanaa
gareebon ko sataanaa aaa
ek phoonk se taqdeer ke maaron ko mitaanaa
jalton ko jalaanaa

aayee hoon tere dwaar pe
aayee hoon tere dwaar pe fariyaad liye aaj
aayee hoon tere dwaar pe fariyaad liye aaj
ik taaj mere sar ka hai
ik desh kaa hai taaj
ik taaj mere sar ka hai
ik desh kaa hai taaj
lutati huyee Mewaad ki
izzat ko bechaanaa
izzat ko bechaanaa
achcha nahin bhagwaan gareebon ko sataanaa
gareebon ko sataanaa aaa
ik phoonk se taqdeer ke maaron ko mitaanaa
jalton ko jalaanaa

ik Maa ke ye do laal hain
aankhon ke do taarey
ik Maa ke ye do laal hain
aankhon ke do taarey
ro ro ke meraa dil yehi din raat pukaare aey
ro roke mera dil yehi din raat pukaare aey
ujdee huyee raajaaon ki
duniyaa ko basaanaa
duniyaa ko basaanaa aa
achcha nahin bhagwaan gareebon ko sataanaa
gareebon ko sataanaa aaa
ik phoonk se taqdeer ke maaron ko mitaanaa
jalton ko jalaanaa

bigdi huyee jo baat hai
tum milke banaa lo o o o
ooo ooo ooo
milke banaa lo
aapas mein karo faislaa
gaairon pe na daalo
gaairon pe na daalo
mil jaayegaa gairon ko
hukumat ka bahaanaa
hukumat ka bahaanaa
hukumat ka bahaanaa
hukumat ka bahaaaanaa..aaa
achchaa nahin bhagwaan gareebon ko sataanaa
gareebon ko sataanaa aaa
ik phoonk se taqdeer ke maaron ko mitaanaa
jalton ko jalaanaa


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 other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

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4633

“Dhun-1996” was directed by Mahesh Bhatt. It was produced by Beena Aziz. It had Talat Aziz, Sangeeta Bijlani, Swapna, Anupam Kher, Avtar Gill, Mushtaq Khan, Javed Khan, Makrand Deshpande, Suhas Bhalekar, G.P. Singh and others.

Lyrics for the songs in this movie were written by Anand Bakshi and music was composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 31.01.1996.

Today 11th November 2022 is the sixty-seventh birthday of the renowned Ghazal Singer Talat Aziz.

Talat Aziz was born on 11th November 1956 in Hyderabad, India.

Here is a brief about his biography and his journey to films which I have taken from an online website which had this long biography of him mentioned with one of his LP record. I have not taken it in all but edited it for a brief presentation here today.

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Aziz was born to Abdul Azeem Khan and Sajida Abid, a famous Urdu writer and poet. He attended Hyderabad Public School and then joined The Indian Institute of Management and Commerce for his B.Com (Hons) Course.

His family loved fine arts and used to organise Mehfils in their house, inviting artists and poets like Jagjit Singh and Jan Nisar Akhtar. This greatly influenced him and he started learning music from an early age. Aziz is married to Bina Aziz, a famous painter and art curator. They have two sons, Adnan Aziz and Shayaan Aziz.

Talat Aziz took his initial training in music from Kirana Gharana. He was trained primarily by Ustad Samad Khan and later by Ustad Faiyyaz Ahmed Khan. After the initial training, Aziz learnt music from the Ghazal maestro Mehdi Hassan. On many occasions, like on a concert tour of the US and Canada in 1986, he shared the stage with him on concerts in India and abroad. Mehdi Hasan Saheb once remarked on Talat’s purity of voice and how well he learnt and imbibed Mehdi Saheb’s knowledge and ‘gaayaki’ and yet carving his own path.

He released his first album in Feb 1980, under the baton of Jagjit Singh. Jagjit Singh composed this album titled ‘Jagjit Singh presents Talat Aziz’. This was a runaway hit and the ghazals from this album like ‘Kaise Sukoon Paoon, Chahenge Tujhe par… to name a few which are still favourites of all ghazal lovers.
Subsequently in 1981 Khayyam Saheb the legendary music director introduced Talat Aziz in the classic film ‘Umrao Jaan’ with the famous ghazal’ Zindagi Jab bhi’ and followed it by ‘Bazaar’, with the immortal ghazal ‘ Phir Chhidi Raat’ which he sang along with Lata Mangeshkar.

He has also sung film songs composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal in the film Dhun (where he also acted as a main lead and sang a bhajan along with Mehdi Hasan). Also the song he sung under Rajesh Roshan in the film ‘Daddy ‘ Aaina mujhse meri’ which became very popular.

All these numbers are still most sought after in his concerts. Talat has also composed music for ‘TV serials’ and has also acted in several of them. He composed music for ‘tele-serials’ like ‘Deewar’, ‘Baaz’, ‘Adhikaar’, ‘Ghutan’, ‘Sailaab’, ‘Aashirwaad’ and the magnum opus, ‘Noorjehan’. He also composed the music and sang too for a feature film titled ‘Majaz-Ae Ghame dil’ recently in ‘2016’. This film was produced by Shakeel Akhtar and was a biography of the iconic poet ‘Majaz Luckhnawi’. As an actor he has acted in serials like ‘Sahil’, ‘Manzil’, ‘Dil Apna Aur Preet Parayee’ and Noorjehan a TV serial written by Nida Fazli.

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There is a long list of his celebrity friends from his fraternity and of course from the film industry as well. There are many famous public and political personalities who appreciated him and are a big admirers of him. There is also a long list of his concerts and the feathers which he has in his cap coming for the appreciation of his art and love people showered on him.

Today I am presenting a song from the movie ‘Dhun’. This song has been in my memory since long though I am now forgetting the dates. I think the album of this movie was released in ‘1991’ as mentioned in the above article, but as per’ Hindi Filmography’ (1986-2000) this movie was passed by Censor Board on 31.01.1996.

(I am some time loosing track of those years in my life 🙂 ).

I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on this movie and its songs.

The above article also mentions the following about this movie.

‘Dhun’ which was directed by Mahesh Bhatt where had Talat Aziz and his co-stars were Anupam Kher and Sangeeta Bijlani with the music by Laxmikant Pyarelal and lyrics by Anand Bakshi. The music album was released by HMV in 1991 at a glittering event where all the who’s who of the Indian Film industry were present. The music album was a hit. Songs like ‘Yaad Aane wale’, ‘Laagi Prem dhun laagi’, ‘Main Aatma’ are still remembered by music lovers. One interesting fact is that Mehdi Hasan sang a bhajan along with Talat “Main aatma tu Parmaatma” for the first time in an Indian film.

When I fall in love with music I was always aware of the songs Talat Aziz sung for ‘Umrao Jaan’ and ‘Baazaar’ but during those years (1985-1988) I came across his ghazal album ‘Suroor’ which had the ‘ghazal’ ‘aisa lagtaa hai zindagi tum ho’ which I liked very much and love it very much even now. Those days one of my bosses who was interested more in listening ghazals had a lot of collection of cassettes and I got to listen many of Talat Aziz’s albums then.

Today, I am more than happy that I had this opportunity to present a song and wishing a very happy birthday to Talaz Aziz Saab on the blog.

We wish him a very happy and cheerful birthday with a happy, healthy, wealthy and peaceful life ahead in the future.

Let us now enjoy today’s composition …

With this song, this movie ‘Dhun-1996’ makes its debut on the blog.

Audio

Song-Ho laagi prem dhun laagi (Dhun)(1996) Singer-Talat Aziz, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
Chorus

Lyrics

ho o o
ho o o
ho o o
ho o

hey
hey
hey hey hey hey hey
hey hey hey hey hey
hey hey hey hey hey hey

ho laagi prem dhun laagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi
ho jaagi
prem dhun jaagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi
prem ki dhun mein
ek deewaanaa
saari raat na soya
prem ki dhun mein
ek deewaani
saari raat jaagi
re jaagi
laagi prem dhun laagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi
ho jaagi prem dhun jaagi

sabse chhupke
chori chori
miltey rahe chaand chakori
sabse chhupke
chori chori
miltey rahe chaand chakori
khoob chali ye aankh michauri
aankh michauri
jab tak baat rahi ghar mein
ye bhed na koyi jaanaa
akhbaaron mein khabar chhapi
jab ladki ghar se bhaagi re bhaagi
laagi prem dhun laagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi
ho jaagi prem dhun jaagi

prem
prem ka koyi naam na lena
haathon se dil thhaam na lena
prem ka koyi naam na lena
haathon se dil thhaam na lena
sar pe ye ilzaam na lena
naam na lena
prem se isiliye to sabko
log manaa karte hain
prem mein chhodke duniya
kitne log huye bairaagi
re laagi
laagi prem dhun laagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi
ho jaagi prem dhun jaagi

la la la la la la la la la la laa
la la la la la laa
la la la la la la la la la la laa
la la la la la laa

koyi isko chhoo na paaye
aankhon se dekhi na jaaye
koyi isko chhoo na paaye
aankhon se dekhi na jaaye
cheez hai ye kya haaye haaye
haaye haaye
prem ki dhun aataa jaata
ik mast hawaa ka jhonka
koyi pakad sakaa na peechhe
saari duniya bhaagi
re bhaagi
laagi prem dhun laagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi

ho laagi prem dhun laagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi

prem ki dhun jo sun letaa
wo rehtaa nahin akela
laakhon aur hazaaron uske
ban jaate hain saathi
re saathi
laagi prem dhun laagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi
ho jaagi prem dhun laagi

(ho laagi prem dhun laagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi
ho jaagi prem dhun jaagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi
)


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Blog Day :

5225 Post No. : 17219

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2012-2022) – Song No. 125
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Hullo Atuldom

“Sadma” (1983) was produced by Raj N. Sippy & Romu N. Sippy, directed by Balu Mahendra and had lyrics & dialogues by Gulzar. Ilaiyaraaja was the music director who used Suresh Wadkar, Yesudas, Asha Bhonsle, Sridevi and Kamal Haasan as playback singers. The following songs of the movie are present on the blog.

Blog post number SongDate of posting Singer(s)
1881 Ae zindagi gale lagaa le 7 september 2009 Suresh Wadkar
6706 O babuaa ye mahuaa 23 september 2012 Asha Bhonsle
6964 Surmayee ankhiyon mein nanha munna ek sapna de ja re Multiple version song Yesudas 7 November 2012
17218 Ye hawa ye fizaa Asha Bhonslr 7 november 2022

“Sadma” had a cast of Sridevi, Silk Smitha, Leela Mishra, Ashalata Wabgaonkar, Dr. Shreeram Lagoo, Arvind Deshpande, Paintal, Gulshan Grover, Somayajulu and Kamal Haasan. The film was a remake of the Tamil film “Moondram Pirai” (1982) which also had Kamal and Sridevi.

A small trivia about this movie is that (future maestro) A R Rehman had worked as a keyboard player for this film.

Another trivia is that this was the debut -in Hindi- for Iliaraaja, Balu Mahendra and Silk Smitha. It was the only film where Kamal Haasan and Sridevi acted together in Hindi even though they were a popular pair in South Indian Cinema.

It was the story of the relationship shared by a guileless lonely school teacher and a young woman who has regressed to her childhood due to an accident that has caused retrograde amnesia. The school teacher rescues the girl from a brothel and takes her with him to Ooty, where he takes good care of her and eventually manages to treat her back to normalcy with the help of his friendly neighbour and a local medicine man. But the outcome of this treatment is that the girl goes back to her parents and forgets the school teacher who had looked after her in the interim period.

The melodious lullaby from this movie surmayee-ankhiyon-mein-nanha-munna-ek-sapna-de-ja-re was posted on the blog on this dated in 2012. A mail from Prakashchandraji drew my attention to it, so this movie is in the running for Blog-Ten-Year-Challenge 2012-2022. The following were the songs that were posted on the blog on this-date-that-year. Here are the posts of 7th November 2012 and their yyiippeeee status.

Blog post number Song Movie (Year) Remarks
6960 Palat tera dhyaan kidhar hai Sanjog (1943) Movie YIPPEED by now
6961 Hamen tujh bin kaun sambhaale Door Gagan Ki Chhaaon Mein (1964) Movie YIPPEED by now
6962 Udhar wo chaal chalte hain Ek Musaafir Ek Haseena (1962) Movie YIPPEED by now
6963 Aaj madhosh huaa jaaye re Sharmilee (1971) Movie YIPPEED by now
6964 Surmayee ankhiyon mein nanha munna ek sapna de ja re Sadmaa (1983) 5 songs covered out of 6 by now

Here is the next song from “Sadma”- it is in the voices of Kamal Haasan and Sridevi. It is story sung as a song by Kamal Haasan’s character to entertain the child in the young lady. Sridevi is extremely cute in this and so is Kamal Haasan. The song was one that was by heart for me back then, subsequently (post marriage i.e.) I heard and learnt the Tamil song too in the equivalent situation; that song was also sung by Sridevi and Kamal Haasan. I found that Gulzarsaab has written the Hindi lyrics giving the same meaning as the Tamil original.

Incidentally, Kamal Haasan turns a year older on 7th November. Here is wishing this actor, filmmaker, screenwriter, playback singer, television presenter and politician a Very Happy Birthday. His last movie released this year on 3rd June and it was his 232nd release. May he continue to entertain us.

Editor’s note:-Today, two different songs rom “Sadmaa”(1983) get covered as part of Blog Ten Year Challenge. with this, all the six songs of “Sadmaa”(1983) get covered in the blog and the movie joins the list of movies that have been YIPPEED in the blog.

Tamil Original


Song-Ek dafa ek jungle thha (Sadma)(1983) Singer-Kamal Hasan, Sreedevi, Lyrics-Gulzar, MD-Ilaiyaraja

Lyrics

hmm
geedad ki kahaani
kaun si kahaani
main bataaun
kya
geedad ki kahaani
haha
sunaao na
hmm

hmm
ek dafa ek jangal tha
ek dafa ek jangal tha
us jangal me ek geedad tha
bada loafar
bada leechad
aawaara
achcha
jangal paar ek basti thi
us basti mein woh jaata tha rozaana
haa haa rozaana
ek dafa ek jangal tha
us jangal me ek gidad tha
bada loafar
bada leechad
aawaara
haha

ek dafa us basti ke kutton ne usko dekh liya
bow wow
kya hua uska
is mod se usko daudaaya
us mod pe ja ke gher liya
hahaha
jab kuchh na soojha geedad ko
deevaar ke upar se kooda
aa
comeon

kuchh nahin huaa
chinta nahin baalika
hahahahah
hmm he hhehe he
haha
hehe
haha
hehe
achcha
kahaani kahaan tak pahunchi
hmm
somu gir pada
dhat
somu nahin
geedad
ae
ae
kya kar liya toone
oh
baal sab ulajh gaye
umh
umh
aah
meri bandariya
oh

us paar kisi ka aangan tha, aangan mein neel ki haandi thi
haandi thhi
woh neeli thi
hmm
kya thhi
hmm
neeli thhi
haha
hmm
us neel mein yoon gira geedad
sab ho gaya keechad
hi keechad keechad
arre keechad
aa sab keechad
keechad
aa
sab keechad
waai
heh
thhoo
kutte jab bhaunk ke bhaag gaye
geedad jee haandi se nikley
haan
aur dhoop chadhe jungle pahunche
opper se neeche tak neeley
hahahahahachcha
haan
sab jaanwar dekh ke darne lage
dekho
kaisa jaanwar hai
aaaa
mujhe pata hai
kya pata hai
geedad
haha
chup
budhdhoo
hahahahah
hahahahah
kahaan se aa gayi
haha
haanhmm

sab jaanwar dekh ke darne lage
ye kaun hai
kaisa jaanwar hai
dikhne mein neela dikhta hai
andar se laal bujhakkad hai
geedad ne bhi chaalaaki ki
kyaa kiya
moti aawaaz mein gurraaya
main raaja hoon
main raaja hoon ab jungle ka
mujhko bhawaan ne bhijwaaya
hahaha
hahahahaha
hii hi hi
ae ae ae
sambhaal ke
hmm
sher ki dum bhi hilne lagi
aur munh se bas nikla
hullo
hahahahah
bandar ka munh laal hota hai naa
haan
darr ke maare nikla
yellow
hahaha
hahahaa

jitne the jangal me voh sab geedad ka paani bharne lage
kyun
haan
samajhe koyi avtaar hai vo
sab uski seva karne lage
jahaan panaah aalampanaa
umrao jaan
deedaar e yaar
tashreef laa rahe hain
aa ahe hain
hahaha
maaroonga tujhe

bahut dinon ke baad ek din
kuchh aisa hua us jungle mein
brrm dhadaam dhudoom
daaa
ae ae ae
darti kyon ho
tum shor kyon kar rahe ho
main shor nahin karoonga
main to bijlee hoon bijlee
bijlee
tum to geedad thhe naa
geedad
hahahaha
achha
main to sab kuhh hoon
hmm
hmm
achcha
ae ae
mat
aao
bas
bas
hmm
bolo

saavan ke maheene mein ek din kuchh geedad mil ke gaane lage
wainw wainw waim waiwam waan
wainw wainw waim waiwam waan
wainw wainw waim waiwam waan
wainw wainw waim waiwam waan

neele geedad ko josh aaya
biradari par itraane lage
aur jhoom ke jab aalaap kiya
aa aa aaa
arre
sa re gaa
aa aa aa
kaise kaise
ni re ni re
gaa
hahaha
aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa
ooooooo
arre baap re
pehchaane gaye
aur pakde gaye
har ek ne khoob pitaayi ki
sab rang utar gaye raaj ke
aur sabne khub dhulaayi ki
de danaadan
le danaadan
le danaadan
bol
danaadan
bol
danaadan
bol
danaadan
de danaadande danaadan
aha
ho ho ho ho
hahahahaah
ho ho


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Blog Day :

5207 Post No. : 17192

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2012-2022) – Song No. 116
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Ten years back on this date viz on 20th October 2012, two songs from two different movies were covered on the blog. Here are the details:-

Blog post number Song Movie (Year) Remarks
6874 Parmukh bani tu Kamla Madhuri (1932) 4 songs covered out of 16 by now
6875 Naachat jhoomat jaayen Gopal Krishna(1938) 2 songs covered out of 14 by now

We can observe that this date ten years ago (20 October 2012) was a lean day when only two songs from two different movies were covered. Both these movies are still unyippeed in the blog. So technically both these movies are eligible for Blog Ten Year Challenge today (20 october 2022).

“Gopal Krishna”(1938) which is one of two movies, was directed by V Damle and S Fattelal for Prabhat Films company. The movie had Ram Marathe(as Krishna), Shanta Apte(as Radha), Shankar (as Anay), Parashram (as Mansukh), Karuna Devi (as Yashodha), Manji Rao(as Nand), Ulhas (as Keshi), Prahlad(as Kansa), Kaushal etc in it.

“Gopal Krishna”(1938) had 14 songs in it. Two songs have been covered so far.

Here is the third song from “Gopal Krishna”(1938) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Shanta Apte. The song is picturised on her alongwith Ram Marathe and Parashram.

Pt Anuj was the lyricist. Music was composed by Master Krishna Rao.

Lyrics of the song and other details were sent by Prakashchandra.

Video link


Audio link:

Song-Bachpan ka yaad aaya (Gopal Krishna)(1938) Singer-Shanta Apte, Lyrics-Pt Anuj, MD-Master Krishna Rao

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

haan haan haan haaan
haan aaan aaa haan aaan aaa aan aaa
bachpan ka yaad aayaa aaa
bachpan ka yaad aayaa aaa
bhoolaa huaa zamaanaa aan aan
bhoolaa huaa zamanaa aan aan
aaa aaan aaa aaa
gaatey thhe jab bhi milkar
haan aan aaan
gaatey thhe jab bhi milkar
sukh chain ka taraanaa
haan aan haan aaan
sukh chain ka taraanaa

jeevan kaa hai ae tu saahil
jeevan kaa hai ae tu saahil
hai dhanya bhaag meraa
hai ae dhanya bhaag meraa aaa aa
ab ek baar mohan
mohan
ab ek baar mohan
mohan
mohan mohan
ab ek baar mohan
murli..eee zaraa bajaanaa aan aaaan
aaa aaan aaa aaa
murli..eee zaraa bajaanaa
haan aa aaan
murli..eee zaraa bajaanaa aan
bajaanaa aaa
bajaanaaa aa aa
bajaanaa
murlee zaraa bajaanaa aan aa aa

gopon kaa hai tu pyaaraaa aa
gopon kaa hai tu pyaaraaa aa
gopon hai tu pyaaraaa aa
go jan ka hai sahaaraa aa aa aaa
hhaa aaa aaaa aaahhaaa aaa aaaa
godhan ka hai sahaara aaaa aaaa
godhan ka hai sahaara aaaa
nutan diye ki jyoti ee
nutan diye ki jyoti ee
mere liye jaagaanaaa aan aan aa aaa aa aaa
aan aa aaaa aaa
mere liye jagaanaa aa
haan aan aa aaan aaa
mere liye jagaanaa aa aaa


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Blog Day :

5200 Post No. : 17182

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2012-2022) – Song No. 112
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Ten years back on this date viz on 13th October 2012, four songs from four different movies were covered on the blog. Here are the details:-

Blog post number Song Movie (Year) Remarks
6847 Barkha ki raat aayi manwaa Adhikaar(1938) 4 songs covered out of 7 by now
6848 Nazron ki duniya aabaad kar de Najma (1943) Movie YIPPEED by now
6849 Mohe le chal balam mele mein Laal Haweli(1944) 10 songs covered out of 11 by now
6850 Babu samjho ishaare horn pukaare Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi(1958) Movie YIPPEED by now

One can notie that two movies (out of four) whose songs were covered on this date ten years ago (13 october 2012) have since been YIPPEED. That leaves us with two movies whose songs are still available to be covered as Blog Ten Year Challenge today (13 october 2022).

“Adhikaar”(1938) is one of the two movies that is eligible for Blog Ten Year Challenge today (13 october 2022).

“Adhikaar”(1938) was directed by P C Barua for New Theatres, Calcutta. The movie had Jamuna, Menaka (devi) , Barua, Pahadi Sanyal, Pankaj Mallik, Jagadish Sethi, Rajalakshmi, Bikram Kapoor, Ramkumari, Montu Mukherjee,Ushabati etc in it.

The movie had seven songs in it. Four songs have been covered so far.

Here is the fifth song from “Adhikaar”(1938) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Pahadi Sanyal. Timir Baran is the music director. HFGK is silent about the lyricist of the song.

Only audio of the song is available. But it is clear that the song was picturised on Pahadi Sanyal himself.

Lyrics of the song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

audio link:

Song-Is jeewan ki phulwaari mein sada magan rehna (Adhikaar)(1938) Singer-Pahadi Sanyal, MD-Timir Baran

Lyrics

is jeevan kee phulwaari mein sadaa magan rehnaa aa
is jeevan kee phulwaari mein sadaa magan rehnaa aa
aashaa ke phool chunaa karnaa aa
aashaa ke phool chunaa karnaa aa aa
kaantaa dukh ka chubhey hansnaa
sadaa magan rehnaaa aa aaa
is jeevan kee phulwaari mein sadaa magan rehnaa aan aaa

is zindagi kee shaakh mein aen
gul bhee hain aen aen
khaar bhee ee
zindagi kee shaakh mein aen
gul bhee hain aen aen
khaar bhee eee
aati hai ae
is chaman mein
khizaan bhee ee
bahaar bhee
aati hai ae
is chaman mein
khizaan bhee ee
bahaar bhee

chandra hansey jab gul kumhlaaye
ghoonghat khol kalee muskaaye
chandra hansey jab gul kumhlaaye
ghoonghat khol kalee muskaaye
din dhalkar jab ??? rachaaye
banke suhaagan aaye rainaa
sadaa magan rehnaa aan aaa
is jeevan kee phulwaari mein sadaa magan rehnaa aan aa

shabnam ki tarahaa aa
kis liye aey ae ae
ae shamaa aa aa roti hai ae
shukr hai ke raat dhal gayee ee ee ee
shukr hai ke raat dhal gayee ee ee ee
ab subaho o o o hoti hai
khulee shamaa kyun ghabraati hai
dukh ki raat se bhay khaati hai
khulee samaa kyun ghabraati hai
dukh ki raat se bhay khaati hai
dukh ki raat hi dikhlaati hai
dukh ki raat hee dikhlaati hai
sukh aanand ka sundar sapnaa aa aa aa
sadaa magan rehnaa aa aa
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Today’s song is from the film Nadi Kinare-1939. The film was released in Pathe Theatre of Bombay on 10-11-1939.

The year 1939 was a landmark year in the history of the world.

The year was 1939 and the British Government had declared war against Germany and Japan, as soon as the WW II began. All countries ruled by Britain were – willingly or unwillingly, drawn into the war efforts and its effects. The war began in the month of September and soon various restrictions came into operation – like rationing, blackouts, shortages etc. The film industry which was still under its development stage suffered. It also realised the importance of remaining united as one industry. However, all that came after 1 or 2 years. In 1939 there was not much effect seen on the film industry.

The industry had its own problems. In spite of the playback system in operation, their problem was that because there was no technique of recording from the film negative yet, the singers had to sing twice. Once for the actual film shooting of the song, and later, with the same set of orchestra, for commercial records. Sometimes, the original singer was not available due to any reason, some other singer had to sing for commercial records. Thus we have many such examples, where the singer in the film song and the record is different. However, this problem continued only till mid 50’s when the Tape and the required technique became available. With just one time recording, the film and commercial recording were taken care of.

Khemchand Prakash. K.Datta (Datta Koregaonkar), Rafiq Ghaznavi and Anupam Ghatak made their Debut as Music Directors. Kavi Pradeep wrote his first film song for film Kangan. In 1939, 2 most Unusual songs were presented, for the first time ( and this record is not yet broken even after more than 80 years.). One was a Multi-Lingual song from film Aadmi-39, a film by Prabhat….Kis liye kal ki baat. This song was in Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi, Gujarati, Bangla, Tamil and Telugu. ( In its Marathi film version-” माणूस “, this song was only in one language-Marathi.) Different Lyricists and MDs were used for each language. The song became very popular.

Second unusual song was from film ‘ Ghareeb ka Laal’-1939. The song lyrics had the names of 32 artistes, operating in Hindi films that time. Top Heroes and Heroines were mentioned in this song. The beginning of the song was ” Tuze Bibbo kahoon ya Sulochana, Uma shashi kahoon ki Jamuna “. This song was sung by the comedian Mirza Musharraf. In later years many songs with film artistes’ names came but none had so many names. Thus this record is still unbroken, in case of both songs.

Besides these songs, let us quickly take a look at some films of 1939….

Aadmi – Prabhat’s hit film, a remake of the Marathi film ” माणूस “. It had some good songs by Shanta Hublikar, Sundarabai Jadhav and Ram Marathe.

Adhuri Kahani – a trend of Tragedy films set by the effect of film ‘Devdas’. All the 3 main characters of this film commit suicide in the end.

Badi Didi – A New Theatres film.

Brandy ki Botal – Master Vinayak’s comedy remake of Marathi film ‘ ब्रॅंडीची बाटली ‘.

Dil hi to hai – Debut of Kidar Sharma as a Director and Ramola as a Heroine in a Hindi film.

Dushman – New Theatres’ film of Saigal, with only his 4 songs.

Ek hi Raasta – Sagar presents first film with 3 Heroes in one film.

Ghazi Salauddin – Debut of Khemchand Prakash as M.D.

Hukum ka Ikka – First film with a Triple role by Umakant Desai ( who later specialised as Lakshman in 7 films, including Ramrajya-43).

Imaandaar – Debut of actress Shamim Akhtar.

India in Africa – This was the First Hindi film to be shot abroad (in Africa). The Hero B. Nandrekar had also gone to Africa for its shooting. Naaz-54 was not the first such film, though HFGK mentions it so.( Ref – pp 69, Maharashtra-The Birthplace of Indian cinema by Isak Mujawar)

Kangan – First of the 4 Hit films of Ashok Kumar and Leela Chitnis, made by Bombay Talkies. Kavi Pradeep’s Debut as a Lyricist in this film.

Kapal kundala – New Theatres. Pankaj Mullick’s hit song ‘ Piya milan ko jaana ‘.

Leather Face – Debut of Meena Kumari as a child artiste.

Navjeevan – Debut of Hansa Wadkar as a Heroine- Bombay Talkies film.

Pukar – Hit film from Minerva Movietone. Naseem Bano sings ” Zindagi ka saaz bhi kya saaz hai….”

Indian filmmakers had practiced 4 ways of getting stories for their films, since the beginning of Talkie films.

1. Copy from older films
2. copy from other languages or remake them
3. use stories from Foreign films – especially Hollywood and
4. make a mixture of all this and make a film.

Hundreds of films were made on the stories of Alibaba. Alauddin, Sindbad, Thief of Baghdad, Hatimtai, Gul E Bakavali and other stories from the Arabian Nights. Hollywood films made on famous novels or dramas were another source of inspiration. When the Talkie films started, the first such film was made in 1933 itself titled- “Awara Shehzada “, with Shahu Modak as its Hero.This was the first Hindi film based on the famous novel of Mark Twain- The Prince and the Pauper, published in 1881. Films on this ” Look alike” theme were made in Hollywood as early as 1915 and 1920 This theme was used abundently in Hindi films like Ram aur Shyam, Don, Seeta aur Geeta, Kanoon and many more films. The list will be too long.

In 1937 a film ” Duniya kya Hai” was made by Lalita Pawar, based on Count Leo Tolstoy’s famous novel ” Resurrection”, published in 1899. The Hindi film was inspired by the Hollywood film ” We live again” made on this novel. In 1938, prakash pictures made ” Khwaab ki Duniya “. It was inspired by the popular Hollywood film ” The Invisible man”-1933, which was based on the famous novel of same name, by H.G.Wells in 1897. Subsequently many films like Mr. X, Mr. India etc were made in Hindi on this theme.

These are few examples to prove the point. There are umpteen number of such films. Sometimes the story departments of the film strudios play a clever game. They mix up the stories of 2-3 Hollywood films and make a Hindi film. Today’s film ” Nadi Kinare”-1939 was also made based on few scenes and themes from 3 Hollywood films, namely ” The king and the chorus girl”-1937, ” Bluebeard’s eighth wife “-1937 and ” The rage of Paris “-1938.

The film was directed by Manibhai Vyas (27-4-1920 to 14-11-1993). he directed 20 films from Dukhiyari-1937 to Shrikrishna Bhakti-1973. The MD was Gyan Dutt and the cast was Kumar, Sitara Devi,Indubala, Ram Marathe, Kantilal and others.There were 13 songs in the film sung by Indubala, Sitara Devi,Kantilal,Kalyani and Gyan Dutt himself. Lyrics were by P.L.Santoshi and D.N.Madhok.

Actor/singer Ram Marathe had done a child role in this film He is one of those child actors who left film world at the right time and pursued his hobby of classical singing. Consequently he bacame a big name in Classical Music all over India. His case reminds me of anothe child actor-n Shashi kapur Sr, who was much in demand as a child actor during the period 1944 to 1955. he did 21 films as a child actor. Then he left films, completed his M.Sc. and Ph.D. He went to USA and became a Professor of Maths in Michigan University in USA.

Actually many child actors like Baby naaz, M.Kabir, Sarosh Irani, Master Romi etc reached an age when they were neither child nor an adult. They stopped getting any roles and had to leave films. Child actor Ramchandra ( Ram) Marathe was born on 23-10-1924 in Poona and studied in Bhave school up to 10th.He and his brother ( Anant Marathe aka Anant kumar) worked in films as child actors, due to family conditions. They started work from 1936 onwards. Ram Marathe had an edge over his brother,in that he could sing too. Starting with Shahu Chor in 1936, he worked in Sagar movietone (6 films), Ranjit (3 films) and Prabhat (2 films), in addition to other companies like prakash, Mohan Pictures, Imperial etc. he acted as a child star in 16 films. he sang 11 songs in 6 films. After this Ram left films and started training in classical music-his liking. Here is a short bio of Ram Marathe, adapted from meetkalakar.com….

Ramchandra Purshottam Marathe (1924-1989) began his early career as an actor and singer in films produced by the Prabhat company. His formal training in music assumed a definite direction when he came under the tutelage of Master Krishnarao (Phulambrikar). Later, he trained under accomplished musicians such as Mirashibuwa of Gwalior and Vamanrao Sadolikar of Atrauli-Jaipur. His quest for widening his musical horizons culminated in a long-lasting discipleship (15 years) under Jagannathbuwa Purohit (“Gunidas”). As a consequence of his broad training and background, Rambhau’s music integrated the best of Gwalior, Agra and Jaipur styles. Rambhau was a stalwart in the field of Marathi Natya Sangeet. He was also known as a composer. Among his pupils is Ulhas Kashalkar.

Pt.Ram Marathe had performed in all the prestigious musical festivals at various places like Jalandhar, Patna, Lahore, Delhi, Gwalior, Calcutta, Banaras,Amritsar and almost all over Maharashtra. His contribution to Indian classical music was recognized with several Awards for his unique and successful performances. He was “A-top grade” Hindustani Classical Artist of All India Radio.

Since he had undergone proper Tabla training, he had a great command on Taal and Layakari. He had special command on Rare–Anvat Ragas & Jod Ragas and he was highly recognized for his clear and fast tankriyas and also for Purity of Ragas. He always used to enrich his audience with various semi-classical forms like Khayal, Tarana, Tappa, Natyasangeet, Thumri, Dadra & Bhajans in his concerts. Unlike the present classical singers, his concerts used to last more than 5 hours with the powerful intensity and stamina.

He started his stage career under the perusal of Natvarya Shri Ganpatrao Bodas in 1950 as a leading character in old classical musical dramas like Saubhadra, Sanshaykallol, Swayamvar, Ekach Pyala, Manapman etc. with veteran actor and actress such as Balgandharva, Hirabai Badodekar, Vinayakbuwa Patwardhan, Nanasaheb Phatak etc. Despite his busy schedule in concerts, he performed in 22 old & new Sangeet Natak with more than 5000 stage shows. This is purely out of his dedication and commitment towards Sangeet Rangbhoomi.

Composed music for more than 10 dramas such as – Mandarmala, Suvarna Tula, Meghmalhar, Tansen, Baiju etc. and acted in the play as a leading character role.

His disciples include many eminent classical singers like Pt. Ulhas Kashalkar, Sudhir Datar, Ram Pratham, Vishwanath Kanhere, Vishwanath Bagul, Yogini Joglekar, Shashikant Oak, Madhuwanti Dandekar, Sanjay Marathe & Mukund Marathe etc. (more than 50) and have got the training from him under the traditional Gurukul way of learning.

Maharashtra Government honoured the “Sangeet Bhushan” degree in 1961.
• Recognition by Government of Maharashtra in 1981 for successful completion and continuous 30 years of career in Marathi Sangeet Rangbhumi.

• Honoured “Sangeet Chudamani Degree” by Jagadguru Shankaracharya of Puri.

Appointed by AIR, New Delhi on the Northern (Hindustani) Music Audition Board Committee. Also Advisory Nagpur and other Universities in India.
More than 100 Records and number of CDs and LPs to his credit and composed more than 50 Bandish in various Ragas.
Ram Marathe died on 4-10-1989.

Today’s duet song is sung by Sitara Devi and Kantilal (18-4-1907 to 17-6-1971). Kantilal acted in 31 films and sang 59 songs in 24 films.


Song- Duniya Deewaani duniya deewaani (Nadi Kinaare)(1939) Singers- Sitara Devi, Kantilal, Lyricist- Not known, MD- Gyan Dutt
chorus

Lyrics

Duniya deewaani
duniya deewaani
duniya deewani
duniya deewaani
duniya deewani

koi kahe haaye jigar
koi kahe dil
koi kahe haaye jigar
koi kahe dil
koi kahe chori chori
aake sajan mil
koi kahe chori chori
aake sajan mil
duniya deewaani
duniya deewaani
duniya deewaani
duniya deewaani
duniya deewaani

koi kahe dil na mila
aankh mila le
koi kahe dil na mila
aankh mila le
aankh mila le
koi kahe aankhon ke parde mein chhipa le
koi kahe aankhon ke parde mein chhipa le
duniya deewaani
duniya deewaani
duniya deewaani
duniya deewaani
duniya deewaani

le ke dil aaya hoon main yahaan
koi khareede
le ke dil aaya hoon main yahaan
koi khareede
koi khereede
hai koi dil waala jo
dil deke ye dil le
hai koi dil waala jo
dil deke ye dil le
duniya deewaani

duniya deewaani
duniya deewaani
duniya deewaani
duniya deewaani

loot le joban ke maze
duniya hai phaani
loot le joban ke maze
duniya hai phaani
duniya hai phaani
dam bhar mein guzar jaayenga
ye khwaab e jawaani
dam bhar mein guzar jaayenga
ye khwaab e jawaani
duniya deewani
duniya deewaani
duniya deewaani
duniya deewaani
duniya deewaani

le ke dil aaya hoon main yahaan
koi khareede
le ke dil aaya hoon main yahaan koi khareede
koi khereede

haaye
hai koi dil waala jo
dil deke ye dil le
hai koi dil waala jo
dil deke ye dil le
duniya deewaani
duniya deewaani
duniya deewaani
duniya deewaani
duniya deewaani


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