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This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day : 3782 Post No. : 14762

Today’s song is from the film Gunsundari(1948). It was a bilingual movie in Gujarati and Hindi, made by Ajit Films-a cover company of Ranjit Movietone.

This film was the third Avatar of the same story with same title. First time, Chandulal Shah wrote the story of the film, based on a famous Gujarati drama,”Sangeet Leelavati”, which had appeared in the first decade of the twentieth century. It was written by Keshavlal Bhojak. Chandulal Shah directed the silent film Gunsundari-1927, made by Kohinoor Film company. The cast included Miss Gohar, Raja Sandow and Rampyari in the lead. This silent film was remade in 1934 as a Talkie film ” Gunsundari’-1934, with the same story and same cast. Like the first silent film, even this edition was a hit film.

In the initial stage of Ranjit Movietone, Gunsundari-34 was a Milestone and gave the company the much needed money and stability. Incidentally, after this film, Chandulal and Gohar Mamajiwala came closer and stayed together till Chandulal’s death.

In 1946-47, when Ranjit Movietone came into financial difficulties ( Chandulal Shah had lost 1.25 Crores in one day in Satta Bazar ), it was ‘Gunsundari’ again which was thought of as a saviour. This time, however, the film was made by a cover company of Ranjit- Ajit Chitra, and was directed by Ratilal Punatar, nephew of Chandulal Shah. The set of actors also changed as Gohar had not only stopped acting, but had passed the age and glamour of a Heroine, by now.

A new Heroine- Kokila Balsara was selected as Heroine. She was renamed as Nirupa Roy. This was her first film as a Heroine. The Hero was Manhar Desai. He was actually a Christian- Malcolm Alfredo D’souza. This was his first film with Nirupa Roy. Later, the pair featured in many films-mostly Mythologicals. In Hindi films, it is a miracle that two Christian actors- Manhar Desai and Shahu Modak, became famous by doing Hindu God’s roles in Hindi films. This also confirms that our Film industry was truly a Secular one.

Due to the Partition, Independence etc, film Gunsundari got delayed. Meanwhile Chandulal started another film Lakhon mein ek-47, with Nirupa Roy as the Heroine. This film was released first and for Nirupa Roy, it was on record as her Debut film as a Heroine. As expected, Gunsundari-48 which was made in Gujarati and Hindi, became a hit film in both languages. Nirupa Roy’s acting was appreciated by one and all…including the impossible Baburao Patel of Film India. Gujarati people spread all over India loved the film, as it was shown to be a story happening in a Gujarati family.

The story of Gunsundari was very simple. A simple village girl is married to a rich, educated and modern boy. He does not like this villege belle and keeps off her, spending his time with a professional singer. The film showed how the heroine gets herself educated and becomes modern. At the same time she serves her in laws in traditional ways, winning their hearts and support. In the end, the husband realises his folly and she wins him back completely.

Indian film audience of India is unusual. They are not tired of repetition of popular stories and themes rather they take pleasure in repeat viewing. Therefore a popular theme gets made as a film again and again. This is exactly what happened in case of Gunsundari.

There are several examples of popular films made with same story and same title.

Gunsundari- 1927, 1934 and 1948 ( Gohar in first 2 films)
Devdas- 1934 (Bangla), 1935 (Hindi) and 1955 ( I am not counting Shahrukh’s film)
Anarkali- 1928, 1935 and 1953 ( Sulochana-Ruby Myers- acted in all three. In the first two films, she was Anarkali. In the third, she did a character role.)
Khazanchi-1941 and 1958 ( Manorama acted in both films.)

Off hand, I remember only these films, where the story and Title was same. There may be more such cases.

There are umpteen number of film remakes on the same story, but with different Titles and casts. Some examples I remember at this moment are.

Aurat-40 and Mother India-57 ( Kanhaiyalal acted in both versions).
Mala-41 and Amar-54 (Jayant acted in both. Naushad gave music to both)
Grihasthi-48 and Ghar basake dekho-63
Malkin-53 and Biradari-66
Geeta-40 ( Chandramohan did double role of Father and son) and Ustad-57 (Ashok kumar did the double role) and Karmyogi-78(Rajkumar did double role)
Sangram-50 and Shakti-82
Kismet-43 and Bandhe Haath-73
School Master-59 and Zindagi-76 and Baadbaan-2003

There are many such remakes and the list would be too long. This only proves that a popular theme/story is worth in remaking a film.

Why does this happen. Are there shortage of stories ?

In 2004, a book called “Why we tell stories’, written by Christopher Booker was published. It is a book having more than 700 pages-728 pages to be exact. The book says “There are only 7 (Seven) basic plots in the whole world. They are recycled again and again in Novels, movies, Plays and Operas. These are

1.Overcoming the Monster
2.Rags to riches
3.The quest
4.Voyage and return
5.Rebirth
6.Comedy and
7.Tragedy .

After this book was published, there was a chaos and criticism started. ‘New York Times’ also jumped in. The author coolly replied all points and stuck to his statements. If we look at Hindi films, I personally feel that what the author has said is true in our case. Only thing is that our film stories are always a clever mixture of all or some of the above points.

Coming back to today’s song, it is a lovely song by Amirbai. There were 3 MDs-Bulo C Rani, Hansraj Bahl and Avinash Vyas. For 14 songs, 5 singers were used. Sadly, some of the songs ( including today’s song) are not credited to any of the 3 Music Directors. Also we do not know the lyricist’s full name .

After listening to the song, I find it has lot of similarity to Nurjehan’s song from film ‘Dost’-44- Badnam muhabbat kaun karen, aur ishq ko ruswa kaun kare. Just like Sajjad Hussain used a pause after the word ‘badnaam’, in Nurjehan’s song to get a special effect, in today’s song also there is a pause after the word Ármaan’. However, the same magical effect is not achieved. Afterall original is original !


Song-Tumse muhabbat kaun kare armaan pareshaan kaun kare(Gunsundari)(1948) Singer- Amirbai Karnataki, Lyricist- Sharma

Lyrics

Tumse muhabbat kaun kare
armaan pareshaan kaun kare ae
Tumse muhabbat kaun kare
armaan pareshaan kaun kare
ummeed se hansti duniya ko
ummeed se hansti duniya ko
pal bhar mein biyaanbaan kaun kare ae
tumse muhabbat kaun kare
armaan pareshaan kaun kare

jab jaan ki dushman ulfat hai
jab jaan ki dushman ulfat hai
aur pyaar hai dushman raahat ka
aur pyaar hai dushman raahat ka
aap hi apne haathon se
aap hi apne haathon se
phir maut ka saamaa kaun kare ae
tumse muhabbat kaun kare
armaan pareshaan kaun kare

kyun tumse aankhen chaar kare
kyun tumse aankhen chaar kare
kyun ulfat ka iqraar kare
kyun ulfat ka iqraar kare
chitchor ko dil ki nagri ka
chitchor ko dil ki nagri ka
betaur(??) nigehbaan kaun kare ae
tumse muhabbat kaun kare
armaan pareshan kaun kare

har waqt labon par aahen hon
har waqt labon par aahen hon
aur haath kaleje par hi rahe
aur haath kaleje par hi rahe
din raat lahu ke ashq baha kar
aankhon ko veeraan kaun kare
din raat lahu ke ashq baha kar
aankhon ko veeraan kaun kare ae
tumse muhabbat kaun kare
armaan pareshaan kaun kare ae
tumse muhabbat kaun kare
armaan pareshaan kaun kare

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This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

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4036

Do you like Magic ?

I do.

Most people like magic. Right from our childhood, we have been reading stories of Magic. Good Magicians. Bad Magicians. Most fairy tales are full of magic. Magic is the escape route for the aggrieved and stressed mind. Even when we grew up,how we wished that we could do some magic and achieve what we wanted or solve the distressing problem !

Not only Children’s books, but even Mythological stories are full of Magic. No God is a God if he does not do Magic ! Every adult has a child hidden in him. Magic satiates the child’s desires. Days of real Magic were imaginary, but stage Magicians created sleight of hand shows, Hypnotism, Illusions and clever tricks on the stage to make a smart substitute for real magic.

At the same time, film makers took up interesting magical stories like Alladin to make films for their audience. Alladin, Gul e Bakavli and stories of their ilk entertained not only the children, but also adults, who lapped them up. From the Film Title Index of Hamraz ji, I counted about 36 films with the word Jadu in its titles, Magic in 10, Ram in 25, Krishna in 23, Shree in 36. Add to this, films made with other alphabets on the various saints, Gods, Satis, Matas and Bhagwan etc etc. During the 10 years period from 1950 to 1959 alone, 124 Mythological films were made !

This only shows that films having Magic were a popular brand and so ‘C’ grade films like Jadui Angoothi, Jadui Shehnai, Jadui Chitra, Jadui this and Jadui that etc were made.

One of these magic films was Jadui Bansari-48, made by Mohan Pictures-known for quickies and C grade stunt/action and fantasy films. It was directed by Nanubhai Vakil and the music was by Damodar Sharma. Lyricist was Roopbani and the cast was Amirbai Karnataki, Prakash, Ansari, Master Bachha, Anwari and others.

Talking of C grade Action,Historical, Fantasy and Costume films, in India ( and probably elsewhere in the world), there was a class of people, who not only liked these types of films but also were addicted to them. People went to theatre to forget the daily troubles of living a life and to enjoy few moments. For this purpose some people liked music, some liked emotions, some tragedy and yet some comedy. Films were made to cater to every type of audience. Due to this “speciality” actors were identified and thus we had Comedians, Tragedy Kings and queens,Great actors,Great singers and also Great Fighters.

Normally the shift of any actor from one Genre to the other was not acceptable to the audience. That is why, when the Romantic Hero of the late 30s and the 40s-Ashok Kumar acted as King Humayun and ran ( in a feminine style) with a spear in hand, in the film Humayun-1945, the audience ridiculed and laughed at him in the Theatres ! Even when Master Bhagwan acted in a serious role, the public used to laugh treating it as a comedy. Trilok Kapoor never succeeded in a social film. Of course there were some exceptional cases like actress Meena Kumari who changed over from Mythological films to social films and became No 1 star ultimately. But this was a rare and exceptional case.

Not only actors, even Directors and Producers were known for the specialities of films they made. Those who excelled in C grade films rarely tried their hand at other Genres and when they did try, they failed miserably. Here again is an exception in the form of Master Bhagwan-who transitioned from Action film to social films with his “Albela”-1951 and succeeded with this film but all his subsequent films flopped. This was because “Albela” succeeded due to extraordinary music, which could never be replicated in any of his subsequent films that followed.

There was, however one Director who was comfortable with C grade films of Magic, Action, Costume, Fantasy etc. NANUBHAI VAKIL.

Nanubhai Vakil was born in a Desai family of Valsad in Gujarat in the year 1904. In his family there were many Advocates including his father, so their family name itself became Vakil. Nanubhai came to Bombay to study Law. He completed his B.A. LL.B from Wilson College, Bombay but he did not join his family profession. Instead he was attracted towards the film world.

He joined Sharada films as a screenplay writer and later joined Ranjit films as a Director. He directed 18 silent films for Ranjit studios. However, it was Sagar Movietone which gave him the first opportunity to direct his first Talkie film. It was the First Gujarati Talkie film, “Narsimh Mehto” in 1932. After this there was no looking back. He selected and became expert in directing only Fantasy,Stunt and Costume films.
In his career from 1929 to 1973 period,he directed 20 silent and 70 Talkie films -all stunt and fantasy films, except one social film Kya yeh Bambai hai in 1959.

He was associated with Mohan pictures for a long time and directed 18 films for this company. During this period he also married his Heroine Sarojini ( real name Roshan Jehan alias Ranee). They had one daughter-AZRA, who too became an actress. Sarojini was the sister of Indurani, who was married to Ramnik Shah, owner of Mohan Pictures. Thus Ramnik and Nanubhai were ‘Sadu’s ( Co-Brothers).

Unlike most of his colleagues ,who had no formal school education ,Mr Vakil was highly educated, being B.A.L.L.B. in those days. Since beginning,he was attracted to Fantasy & Arabian Night movies.He believed that,the audience visits the cinema hall,to experience some thing,which he has not seen in his real life.He wants to be entertained & to forget the harsh realities of the outer world.Fantasy/ Costume movies transports him to an imaginary world of King & Queens,where beside the crafty Vazir,he finds gorgeous girls dancing,the handsome,manly & brave hero,rescues the pretty damsel from the clutches of evil magician.The movie come to an end and the viewers come out from the theater,happy & satisfied,since evil doers have been eliminated & brave man living happily with the petite gal,in their fairy land. Bulbul E Bagh,Rashk E Laila,Fakhr E Islam,Gulshan E Alam,Kumud Kumari were his earlier movies.

In 50s & 60s, few of his movies were, Shan E Hatim,Khul Ja Sim Sim,ShanE Khuda, Idd Ka Chand,Noor Mahal,Flying Rani,Alam Ara Ki Beti,Bansri Bala, Hatim Tai Ka Beta etc..He made remakes of many movie like Lal E Yaman, Alam Ara (Twice, in 1956 & !973) & Hatim Tai Ki Beti in 1940 & 1955. During his five decades long career, he made movies with in a small budget, with less paid actors. Nanu Bhai Vakil had two productions Companies viz Desai Films & Vakil Production. All his movies had no connect with the present. Elite & pseudo intellectuals avoided to even discuss his movies, but Vakil Sahab had a dedicated audience consisting of common public,less privileged & so called front benchers,who enjoyed his brand of cinema.

His films included less known stars like Sarojini, Navin chandra, Rafiq, Prakash,Gulnar,Daljit, Chitra etc. He also worked with Zubeida, Yakub, Jal Merchant,Jaddanbai,Shanta Hublikar, Nimmi, Veena, Jairaj, Shakila,Nirupa Roy, Nadira,Mehmood,Shobhana Samarth, Nirmala,her husband Arun Ahuja etc His MDs were also little known. However,Music Director A.R.Qureshi ( the famous Tabla Nawaz Alla Rakha-father of Zakir Hussain) gave music to his 18 films.

He never mixed with film folks and spent his life aloof. He quietly died on 29-12-1980 at Bombay.

Actress Anwari, who acted in film Jadui Bansari-48, was from a Tawayaf family of Lucknow. She started her acting career with film Heer Ranjha-32 and then she acted in film Pooran Bhagat-1932, along with K L Saigal. She joined East India Film co. and worked in films likeAurat ka pyar-33,Night Bird-34, Nagin-34 and Mumtaz Begum-34. She had also acted in another NT film Chandidas-34. She shifted her base to Bombay and worked in several films for next four decades. Her last film was Chaitali-1975. In all she did 140 films. She was known as ‘ Pride of Lucknow’ during her peak period. She was credited variously as Anwari Begum, Anwari, and Anwari bai. She expired somewhere in early 80s.

Among the old era MDs, Damodar Sharma was different, in the sense that his songs were always unlike those of his contemporaries. When you hear today’s song, you will notice that difference. From 1934 to 1948, he gave music to just 41 films. All his films were C grade films made by Paramount, Liberty, Ramnik Productions, Mohan Pictures and others. After 1948, he stopped getting films, so he worked as assistant to MD A.R.Qureshi till 1964. Today’s song is sung by Amirbai Karnataki and A.R.Oza.

Amritlal R. Oza was a Nagar Bramhin from Gujarat. He joined Ranjit when Khemchand Prakash, Gyan Dutt and Bulo C Rani were paid musicians there. His first song came in Pujari-46. He was very friendly with Bulo C Rai and Hansraj behl. He sang maximum songs for them only. At the same time he sang in Gujarati films and he became very famous and popular there.

Some Hindi films in which he sang are, Lakhon mein ek-47, Nanad Bhojai-48, Bichhade Balam-49( he sang with Meenakumari also), Bhool Bhulaiyan-49, Nili-50 etc. He sang 39 songs in 23 Hindi films,but sang much and many more in Gujarati. After retirement he settled in Ahmedabad, where he died on 13-5-1985.

Let us now enjoy this fast paced lovely duet from Film Jadui Bansari-48, which makes its Debut on the Blog.


Song-Ghar ghar yahi prachaar karo (Jaadui Bansari)(1948) Singers- Amirbai Karnataki, A R Oza, Lyrics- Roopvani, MD- Damodar Sharma
Male chorus
All together

Lyrics

Ghar ghar yahi prachaar karo
duniya waalon pyaar karo
Ghar ghar yahi prachaar karo
duniya waalon pyaar karo

pyaar se jab dil milte hain
pyaar se jab dil milte hain

man ke kamal tab khilte hain
man ke kamal tab khilte hain
jeet karo ya haar karo
jeet karo ya haar karo

duniya waalon pyaar karo
duniya waalon pyaar karo
Ghar ghar yahi prachaar karo
duniya waalon pyaar karo

apna kaho to apna jaano
preet ki reet ko tum pehchaano
apna kaho to apna jaano
preet ki reet ko tum pehchaano
sabse naina chaar karo
sabse naina chaar karo

duniya waalon pyaar karo
duniya waalon pyaar karo
Ghar ghar yahi prachaar karo
duniya waalon pyaar karo
Ghar ghar yahi prachaar karo
duniya waalon pyaar karo

hamne dekho
hamne dekho pyaar kiya hai
jooton(?) ka vyapaar kiya hai
hamne dekho pyaar kiya hai
jooton(?) ka vyopaar kiya hai

tum bhi ye vyapaar karo
tum bhi ye vyapaar karo

duniya waalon pyaar karo
duniya waalon pyaar karo
Ghar ghar yahi prachaar karo
duniya waalon pyaar karo
Ghar ghar yahi prachaar karo o


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Blog Day : 3682 Post No. : 14579

“Caravan”(1944) was directed by Aspi for Ranjit Movietone, Bombay. This movie had it had Arun, Kamla Chatterji, Rani, Premlata, Keshari etc in it.

“Caravan”(1944) had fifteen songs in it. Six songs from the movie have been discussed in the past.

Here is the seventh song from “Caravan”(1944) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Amirbai Karnataki. Swami Ramanand is the lyricist. Music is composed by Bulo C Rani.

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

with this song, the blog now has 200 songs from movies released in 1944. The blog now has 200 or more songs for every year between 1943 till 1975.


Song-Bijli giraane waale bijli tu phir gira de (Caravan)(1944) Singer-Amirbai Karnataki, Lyrics-Swami Ramanand, MD-Bulo C Rani

Lyrics

Bijli giraane
waale
bijli tu phir gira de
dil jal gaya hai
mera
ab jaan bhi
jala de

Bijli giraane waale
bijli giraane waale
bijli tu phir gira de
bijli tu phir gira de
dil jal gaya hai mera
ab jaan bhi jala de
dil jal gaya hai mera
ab jaan bhi jala de

jalne ki aarzoo mein
armaan jal rahe hain aen
jalne ki aarzoo mein
armaan jal rahe hain
inko jala ke inke
inko jala ke inke
dil ki lagi bujha de
dil ki lagi bujha de
dil jal gaya hai mera
ab jaan bhi jala de
dil jal gaya hai mera
ab jaan bhi jala de

maani hai maine teri
meri bhi maan le tu u
maani hai maine teri
meri bhi maan le tu
uthhi main tere dar se
duniya se tu uthhaa le ae


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Blog Day : 3664 Post No. : 14534

“Police” (1944) was directed by Shanti Kumar for Prakash Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Prem Adib, Ratnamala, Jeewan, Ranjana, Shahnawaz, Amirbai Karnataki, Badri Prasad, Baby Tara, Shakir, Athavale, Laxman, Alaknanda, Kesri etc in it.

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

Here is the second song from “Police”(1944) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Amirbai Karnataki. Ramesh Gupta is the lyricist. Music is composed by Pannalal Ghosh.

Amirbai Karnataki acted in the movie, so under normal circumstances, one can conclude that the song was picturised on herself. I notice that Amirbai Karnataki and Parul Ghosh sang lots of songs in the movie, so Amirbai Karnataki may or may not have sung all her songs for herself, unless she played a lead role in the movie. I request our knowldgeable readers ro throw light on the matter. I have assumed that the song was picturised on 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-Baaj rahi kis oar muraliya (Police)(1944) Singer-Amirbai Karnataki, Lyrics-Ramesh Gupta, MD-Pannalal Ghosh

Lyrics

Baaj rahi kis oar muraliya
baaj rahi kis oar
baaj rahi kis oar muraliya
baaj rahi kis oar
jeewan naiyya dagmag doli
jeewan naiyya dagmag doli
uthhi ghata ghangho or or
jeewan naiyya dagmag doli
uthhi ghata ghanghor
chali pawan lahraati gaati
chali pawan lahraati gaati
naach uthha man mor
muraliya baaj rahi kis oar
baaj rahi kis oar muraliya
baaj rahi kis oar

sun murli singhaasan dola
sun murli singhaasan dola
goonj uthhi chahun oar
sun murli singhaasan dola
goonj uthhi chahun oar
sansaari ka jeewan dola
sansaari ka jeewan dola
bhai suhaani bhor
muraliya baaj rahi kis oar
baaj rahi kis oar muraliya
baaj rahi kis oar

dharti(?) naacho
meera naache
suni ghani chitchor
dharti(?) naacho
meera naachi
suni ghani chitchor
surdas kshe ?? naache
surdas ?kahe ? naache
lagi prem ki dor
lagi prem ki dor
muraliya baaj rahi kis oar
baaj rahi kis oar muraliya
baaj rahi kis oar


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Blog Day : 3601 Post No. : 14370

“Didi”(1948) was produced by Mukund Masurekar for Navbharat Pictures, Bombay. This “social” movie had Ranjana, Ghanshyam, Shobha Rani, Charubala, Pandey, Anand, amrit, Narsi, Cuckkoo etc in it.

This movie had eleven songs in it that were penned by two lyricists and sung by five singers.

Three songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fourth song from “Didi”(1948) to appear in the blog. This melancholic song is sung by Amirbai Karnataki. Indeewar is the lyricist. music is composed by Mukund Masurekar.

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


Song-Mere dil ki duniya se (Didi)(1948) Singer-Amirbai Karnataki, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Mukund Masurekar

Lyrics

mere dil ki duniya se
tum door hote ja rahe ae ae
mere dil ki duniya se
tum door hote ja rahe ae ae
aaj tak wahi hoon main
badle nazar tum aa rahe ae ae
aaj tak wahi hoon main
badle nazar tum aa rahe ae ae

aankhon mein paani hai phir bhi
jalta jaata hai jigar
aag sulga ke seene mein
kyun mujhe tadpa rahe ae ae
mere dil ki duniya se
tum door hote ja rahe ae ae

tum jo roothhe
meri kismat mujhse
roothhi ja rahi
chaandni raaton pe meri
kaale baadal chha rahe ae ae
mere dil ki duniya se
tum door hote ja rahe ae ae

dil diya thha maine dil ko
dekh daulat ko nahin
??
??
bhool maine kaun si ki
kyun mujhe bharma rahe
kyun mujhe bharma rahe


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Blog Day : 3598 Post No. : 14360

“Ek Din Ka Sultaan”(1945) was directed by Sohrab Modi for Minerva Movietone, Bombay. The movie had Mehtab, Wasti, Sadiq Ali, Ghulam Mohammad (actor), A Shah, Shantarin, Pratima Devi, Ghori, Ghulam Hussain, Jillani, Ameer Bano etc in it.

The movie had nine songs in it that were composed by three music directors.

Two songs from the movie have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Ek Din Ka Sultaan”(1945) to appear in the blog. HFGK mentions Amirbai Karnbataki as the singer though I have my doubts. Perhaps it is the audio quality, but the voice sounds different to me. I request our knowledgeable readers ato throw light on the identity of the voice as well as the actors seen in the picturisation.

Wali Sahab is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shanki Kumar.


Song-Unse jo saaheb salaamat ho gayi (Ek Din Ka Sultaan)(1945) Singer-Amirbai Karnataki, Lyrics-Wali Sahab, MD-Shanti Kumar

Lyrics

unse jo aa ha aa
aa ha ha ha ha ha ha haa
unse jo saaheb salaamat ho gayi
unse jo saaheb salaamat ho gayi
ho gayi unse mohabbat ho gayi
ho gayi unse mohabbat ho gayi
unse jo saaheb salaamat ho gayi

jabse har zarre mein wo
jabse har zarre mein wo dikhne lage
jabse har zarre mein wo dikhne lage
humko bhi
haan hamko bhi sijdon ki aadat ho gayi
hamko bhi sijdon ki aadat ho gayi
unse jo saaheb saalamat ho gayi

ban gaya hai aaj kal har saans geet
ban gaya hai aaj kal har saans geet
ab to chup
ab to chup rehna museebat ho gayi
ab to chup rehna museebat ho gayi
unse jo saaheb salaamat ho gayi

aankh lag kar lag saki na raat bhar
aankh lag kar lag saki na raat bhar
aankh lagna ik qayaamat ho gayi
aankh lagna ik qayaamat ho gayi
unse jo saaheb salaamat ho gayi

shamma se kehti hai parwaane ki khaaq
shamma se kehti hai parwaane ki khaaq
aag lag jaane se thhandak ho gayi
aag lag jaane se thhandak ho gayi
unse jo saaheb salaamat ho gayi
unse jo aa ha ha ha
aa ha ha ha ha ha ha


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“Veeraangna”(1947) was directed by Nandlal Jaswantlal for Laxmi Productions, Bombay. This “historical” movie had Shobhana Samarth, Prem Adib, Jeewan, Prabha, Badri Prasad, Sankatha Prasad, Shanta Patel, Kanta etc in it.

There were eight songs in the movie according to HFGK, but the details of the singers of these songs are not available.

Here is the first song from “Veeraangna”(1947) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Amirbai Karnataki. Pradeep (writing under the name of Miss Kamal) is the lyricist. Haari Prasanna Das and Manna Dey were the two music directors but the distribution of songs among them is not known. I have assumed that this song is composed by Hari Prasanna Das.

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

Only the audio of this song is available. My guess is that this song was picturised on Shobhana Samarth. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of this song.

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


Song-Mujhko pyaari lagti hai tumhaari pahchaan (Veeraangna) (1947) Singer-Amirbai Karnataki, Lyrics-Pradeep, MD-Hari Prasanna Das

Lyrics

Mujhko pyaari lagti hai tumhaari pahchaan
Mujhko pyaari lagti hai tumhaari pahchaan
o baaanke chhabeele albele mehmaan
Mujhko pyaari lagti hai tumhaari pahchaan
albele mehmaan
o albele mehmaan

jab se maine tumko dekha
tab se mere man mein khinch gayi
pyaar ki rekha
jab se maine tumko dekha
tab se mere man mein khinch gayi
pyaar ki rekha
aankhon mein hai roop tumhaara
man mein hai dhyaan
aankhon mein hai roop tumhaara
man mein hai dhyaan
albele mehmaan
mujhko pyaari lagti hai tumhaari pahchaan
albele mehmaan
o albele mehmaan

kitni sundar chhavi tumhaari hai ae ae
kitni madhur ?? pyaari pyaari hai
kitni sundar chhavi tumhaari hai ae ae
kitni ?? pyaari pyaari hai
jaadoo se hai bhari tumhaari
meethhi muskaan
jaadoo se hai bhari tumhaari
meethhi muskaan
albele mehmaan
mujhko pyaari lagti hai tumhaari pahchaan
albele mehmaan
o albele mehmaan

tumhen chhod kar ke
mera man aur kahin na doley
tumhen chhod kar ke
mera man aur kahin na doley
main in aaankhon mein
tumhen chhhupaa loongi ee
aur pyaar karoongi bina bhoole
o door desh ke waasi
main janam janam ki pyaasi
o door desh ke waasi
main janam janam ki pyaasi
main laakh balainyyaan loon
mujhko prem ka de do paridhaan (?)
albele mehmaan
mujhko pyaari lagti hai tumhaari pahchaan
albele mehmaan
o albele mehmaan


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“Pagli Duniya”(1944) was directed by Aspi for Ranjit Movietone, Bombay. The movie had Mumtaz Shanti, Motilal, Shekh Mukhtar, Kanhaiyalal, Ashraf Khan, Pratima Devi, Keshri, Hadi, Taimur Gharpare, Alice, Revashankar etc in it.

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

Here is the second song from “Pagli Duniya”(1944) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Amirbai Karnataki. Butaram Sharma is the lyricist. Music is composed by Bulo C Rani.

Only the audio of this song is available. assuming that Mumtaz Shanti was the leading actress in the movie, this song was almost certainly lip synced by her.


Song-Kyun aankh milaayi thhi gar aankh churaani thhi(Pagli Duniya)(1944) Singer-Amirbai Karnataki, Lyrics-Buta Ram Sharma, MD-Bulo C Rani

Lyrics

kyun aankh milaayi thhi
gar aankh churaani thhi
kyun aankh milaayi thhi
gar aankh churaani thhi
dil mein kisi bekas ke
kyun aag lagaani thi
dil mein kisi bekas ke
kyun aag lagaani thi
kyun aankh milaayi thhi

ye socha na thha
ulfat ek jhoothhi ee ee tasalli hai
ye socha na thha
ulfat ek jhoothhi ee ee tasalli hai
ek waham mohabbat hai
ye baat na jaani thhi
ek waham mohabbat hai
ye baat na jaani thhi
kyun aankh milaayi thhi

jiska teri furkat ne
ae ae ae ae ae ae
afsaana bana daala
afsaana bana daala
wo meri ummeedon ki
chhoti si kahaani thhi
wo meri ummeedon ki
chhoti si kahaani thhi
kyun aankh milaayi thhi
gar aankh churaani thhi
kyun aankh milaayi thhi


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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.
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“Bihaari”(1948) was directed by K D Katkar and A R Zameendaar for Samajchitra, Bombay.. This “Social” movie had B Nandrekar, Surekha, H Prakash, Nimbalkar, Samson, Sheikh, Fayazbai, Shabnam etc in it.
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