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This article is written by Peevesie’s Mom, 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 : 3778 Post No. : 14757

‘Dhongee’ (censor certificate 23-12-1976), was a movie directed by Ashok Roy and produced by Kant Kumar productions. It seems to have had a delayed release (Wikipedia says it was released 4th May 1979). It has a starcast of Randhir Kapoor, Neetu Singh, Asrani, Sujit Kumar, Farida Jalal, Iftikhar, and Premnath. Rakesh Roshan had a friendly appearance. The lyricist to this movie was Anand Bakshi and music director was Rahul Dev Burman. The movie had five songs and Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar and Amit Kumar were the playback singers. One song of this film – “Haaye Re Haaye Tera Ghunghta” – has been posted earlier, as a contribution by Pamir Harvey where a brief outline of the movie is provided. This song is popular to this day. I remember that sometime in the late 90s or early 2000 there was a remix version to this song which triggered the memory of this song. As I sat to write this post I discovered that there has been another version of this song which has been used in a recent movie titled ‘Paisa Vasool’ (2004) – I don’t know anything about this recent movie.

Continuing after seeing the movie 🙂

So, ‘Dhongee’ is the usual masaala stuff, with a brother (Randhir Kapoor) and sister (Farida Jalal) loving and helping each other with wooing their prospective fathers-in-laws (Raj Mehra and Satyen Kappu). The brother’s aim is to fulfil his ‘dead’ father’s promise to the groom’s father and see that his sister lives a happy married life. On the way to fulfilling this he meets with an accident and ‘dies’. The insurance amount that his sister gets post the brother’s death is used by his fiancée (Neetu Singh) and her father to get the sister married. This is one part of the movie. But it is not even ‘interval time’ in the movie. Now begins the tale. The brother has actually survived the accident, has been unconscious for about 2 months, tended by a Nepali Gurkha – typically named Bahadur; recovers just in time to remember his sister’s wedding date; rushes home to witness the wedding without being seen by anyone. Now he is guilt-ridden that he has cheated the insurance company and is ready to do any activity that will earn him the money to repay the insurance. Here Bahadur steps in, suggests a name and location change & sends him to Nepal. Randhir Kapoor (Anand) is intrigued that random people around Kathmandu recognise him and escort him to a palace. After a few scenes that show the goings-on in the palace it is revealed that the palace is the headquarters for printing fake notes, belongs to Bahadur alias John and Anand has been cleverly sweet-talked into standing-in for the actual John (Premnath – it was the period when he used to play the BADMAN). Additionally, it is also revealed that the ‘dead’ father is a captive in the palace; the fiancée reaches Kathmandu (on duty, being an air-hostess); sees Anand; goes back; reports to the sister and then the whole family comes to help and rescue the father and brother and finish the movie. The songs are spread through the movie with a mandatory dance with the villain – Premnath is made to sing and dance.

Remembering Premnath today on his birth anniversary, he would have been 92. He was already the cute roly-poly fisherman – Braganza (‘Bobby’, 1973)- when I first became aware of the actor. And through the 70s he was Rai Saab Bhupendra Singh (‘Johnny Mera Naam’, 1970) Khan Badshah (‘Shor’, 1972), Dharmdas ‘Dharmatma‘ (‘Dharmatma’, 1975), IG Khanna (‘Kalicharan’, 1976), Sir Juda (‘Karz’, 1980) etc. I don’t remember having seen any of his movies where he had played a hero. I remember my father was a fan of the songs pictured on him in Raj Kapoor’s ‘Barsaat’ (1949) – “Patli Kamar Hai Tirchhi Nazar Hai“; “Main Gareebon Ka Dil Hoon Watan Ki Zabaan” from ‘Aab-e-Hayaat’ (1955) and “Main Raahi Bhatakne Waala Hoon” from ‘Baadal’ (1951). I recently discovered Vodafone Play – an app offered by Vodafone – which has a section dedicated to old movies, and I discovered ‘Saaqi’ (1952) – an interesting Arabian Nights type fantasy film where he co-starred with Madhubala.

Today’s song has Premnath sharing screen space with Randhir Kapoor (his nephew – ‘bhaanja’, in real life) and Neetu Singh, and shaking a leg outside the Kathmandu temple. I think this was a popular song in the past. Amit Kumar is the playback for Premnath.

Song – Rangon Ki Chhaaon Dhoop Mein (Dhongee) (1976) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Kishore Kumar, Amit Kumar, Lyrics – Anand Bakshi, MD – RD Burman

Lyrics

ho o oooo
ooo ooo
ooo ooo

mmmm. . .
usey jaan lo
pehechaan lo

rangon ki chhaon dhoop mein
wo aaya hai naye roop mein
rangon ki chhaon dhoop mein
wo aaya hai naye roop mein
wo hai. . . ek behroopiya
usey jaan lo
pehechaan lo
usey jaan lo oo
pehechaan lo
rangon ki chhaon dhoop mein
woh aaya hai naye roop mein
rangon ki chhaon dhoop mein
wo aaya hai naye roop mein
wo hai. . . ek behroopiya
usey jaan lo
pehechaan lo
usey jaan lo oo
pehechaan lo

jaise koi dulha baandhe sehra
us ke chehre pe hai naqli chehra
hooo ooo
jaise koi dulha baandhe sehra
us ke chehre pe hai naqli chehra
aaaa aaaaa
ab is mein kya raaz hai
poora dhokhebaaz hai
usey jaan lo pehechaan lo
rangon ki chhaon dhoop mein
wo aaya hai naye roop mein
wo hai. . . ek behroopiya
usey jaan lo
pehechaan lo
usey jaan lo oo
pehechaan lo

suljha di aankhon ne dil uljhan
haan haan yahi to hai hum sab ka dushman
he he
suljha di aankhon ne dil uljhan
haan haan yahi toh hai hum sab ka dushman
ooo oooooo
ooo ooo
ooo ooo
ooo ooo
iski sab kahaaniyan
iski hai nishaaniyan
usey jaan lo pehechaan lo
rangon ki chhaon dhoop mein
wo aaya hai naye roop mein
wo hai. . . ek behroopiya
usey jaan lo
pehechaan lo
usey jaan lo oo
pehechaan lo

tum dhongee ho to hum bhi kuchh kam nahin
tum ne jaal bichhaaya hai to gham nahin
he he
tum dhongee ho to hum bhi kuchh kam nahin
tum ne jaal bichhaaya hai to gham nahin
in baaton mein dam nahin
darne waale hum nahi
hamen jaan lo pehechan lo
rangon ki chhaon dhoop mein
main aaya hoon naye roop mein
arey
main hoon. . . ek behroopiya
hamen jaan lo
pehechaan lo
hamen jaan lo
pehechaan lo

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir Kapur)
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हो ओ ओssss
ओsss ओsss
ओsss ओsss

मम्ममम॰ ॰ ॰
उसे जान लो
पहचान लो

रगों की छाँव धूप में
वो आया है नए रूप में
रगों की छाँव धूप में
वो आया है नए रूप में
वो॰ ॰ ॰ है एक बहरूपिया
उसे जान लो
पहचान लो
उसे जान लो॰॰ओ
पहचान लो
रगों की छाँव धूप में
वो आया है नए रूप में
रगों की छाँव धूप में
वो आया है नए रूप में
वो॰ ॰ ॰ है एक बहरूपिया
उसे जान लो
पहचान लो
उसे जान लो॰॰ओ
पहचान लो

जैसे कोई दूल्हा बांधे सेहरा
उसके चेहरे पे है नक़ली चेहरा’
हो ओ
जैसे कोई दूल्हा बांधे सेहरा
उसके चेहरे पे है नक़ली चेहरा’
आsss आsss
अब इस में क्या राज़ है
पूरा धोखेबाज़ है
उसे जान लो
पहचान लो
रगों की छाँव धूप में
वो आया है नए रूप में
वो॰ ॰ ॰ है एक बहरूपिया
उसे जान लो
पहचान लो
उसे जान लो॰॰ओ
पहचान लो
उसे जान लो॰॰ओ
पहचान लो

सुलझा दी आँखों ने दिल की उलझन
हाँ हाँ यही तो है हम सबका दुश्मन
हे हे
सुलझा दी आँखों ने दिल की उलझन
हाँ हाँ यही तो है हम सबका दुश्मन
ओsss ओsssss
ओsss ओsss
ओsss ओsss
ओsss ओsss
इसकी सब कहानियाँ
इसकी हैं निशानियाँ
उसे जान लो॰॰ओ
पहचान लो
रगों की छाँव धूप में
वो आया है नए रूप में
वो॰ ॰ ॰ है एक बहरूपिया
उसे जान लो
पहचान लो
उसे जान लो॰॰ओ
पहचान लो
उसे जान लो॰॰ओ
पहचान लो

तुम ढ़ोंगी हो तो हम भी कुछ कम नहीं
तुमने जाल बिछाया है तो ग़म नहीं
हे हे
तुम ढ़ोंगी हो तो हम भी कुछ कम नहीं
तुमने जाल बिछाया है तो ग़म नहीं
इन बातों में दम नहीं
डरने वाले हम नहीं
हमें जान लो
पहचान लो
रगों की छाँव धूप में
मैं आया हूँ नए रूप में
मैं॰ ॰ ॰ हूँ एक बहरूपिया
मुझे जान लो
पहचान लो
मुझे जान लो
पहचान लो

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This article is written by Peevesie’s Mom, 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 : 3624 Post No. : 14443

Hullo Atuldom

The song with this post is a Peevesie discovery. I don’t remember when exactly, but definitely a few years back she mentioned about this song to me. And it looks like she has seen and enjoyed the video too and it has stayed in her memory. She remembered exactly how the song starts. And the dance steps of Govinda and Madhuri. Awesome combination. Just like in the previous Madhuri Dixit song where with Prabhu Deva as her co-dancer, here too, she is excellent. She is in a different orbit when she has a dancer for a co-actor. In “Que sarasara” she matched Prabhu Deva step for step, here it is a typically Govinda dance that is a treat.

So what, if the lyrics are non-sensical. The song is set as a fun-song, going by the video I have a feeling that Madhuri has accidentally eaten or drunk something intoxicating and Govinda is trying his best to control her in the given circumstances.

A few days back I had sent a song from ‘Disco Dancer’ to Atulji and then I had made up my mind to follow it with another Mithun song which features a ‘mithai‘. There were other songs from the 70s which were running through my mind for this particular post which is for a very special occasion. Songs which showed the male running the household while the female is away at work. But on reviewing those songs I felt that the song which Peevesie suggested is better. Why? Well for one today is a party occasion and “mithai toh banti hai” – it is our Ranchiwaale Gaanewala’s birthday (now its about time to give him a new name, he is no longer in Ranchi 🙂 ). It has a lot of activity in it and our sutradhaar is a hyperactive person. I don’t need to give any proof to show his level of activeness, his commitment to his pets, work and the blog is proof enough. There have been days when I have found him online early in the morning with a post at 5:45 a.m. and a few times his last post has been at 12 in the night. Hats off to his dedication. Approximately 10804 posts (on the day this is being written) and still having a lot of ideas to connect with songs and give us new post daily – AMAZING. Thank you Atulji for giving us this group and site to turn to.

Before I sat to write all this, I read through what I had written last year and I feel the same even now- May God give Atulji health, peace of mind, lots of time and good infrastructural support in the form of unending internet and electrical connections. And we will not mind him being absent from the blog when his family is around as they are more entitled to his time. (Hope he enjoyed his first vacation, this year, after he started the blog) And hope he doesn’t mind us pestering him with our farmaishes. Here is hoping he gives us many opportunities to celebrate and we will keep presenting him with lovely songs.

Coming to today’s song it is from the 1990 release “Izzatdaar” which starred the stalwart Dilip Kumar in the lead with the south Indian actor Raghuvaran as villain. Another southern star- Swapna- played Dilip Kumar’s daughter, Madhuri played his grand daughter and Govinda plays a man who works for the underworld (I think) but gets reformed on falling in love. (the powers of the feeling of love 🙂 ). It was a revenge story with Dilip Kumar avenging his daughter’s death etc. with lot of Bollywood masala. It was directed by K Bapaiah, Anand Bakshi wrote songs which were composed by Laxmikant Pyaarelal. Amit Kumar and Alka Yagnik are the playback.

Wish you a very happy birthday Atulji

 

Song – Ek Rasgulla Kahin Phat Gaya Re (Izzatdaar) (1990) Singer – Alka Yagnik, Amit Kumar, Lyrics – Anand Bakshi, MD – Laxmikant Pyaarelal
Alka Yagnik + Amit Kumar

Lyrics

sun o mister 
o mister 
sun o mister o mister 
mister o mister 
ek taaza khabar

mmmmmmmmm
mmmmm mmmmmm

mmmmmmmmm
mmmmm mmmmmm

ek rasgulla kahin phat gaya re..ae..ae
re baba re
phat ke jalebi se lipat gaya re 
phat ke jalebi se lipat gaya re
oooo ooooo ooo
ek rasgulla kahin phat gaya re..ae..ae
re baba re
phat ke jalebi se lipat gaya re 
phat ke jalebi se lipat gaya re

aandhi chali jor ka toofan aa gaya
aandhi chali jor ka toofan aa gaya
mandir se baahar bhagwan aa gaya
bhagwan aa gaya
log samjhe qayamat aa gayi re..ae..ae
re baba re
sara jag ulat pulat gaya re 
ek rasgulla kahin phat gaya re 
phat ke jalebi se lipat gaya re

meri haan mein haan tu milata jaa
gale pada dhol bajaata ja
meri haan mein haan tu milata jaa
gale pada dhol bajaata ja
bajaata ja
kaisi ye musibat mere galey pad gayi..ee..ee
kya bola re
bhoot koi mujhse chimat gaya re 
ek roshgulla kahin phat gaya re 
phat ke jalebi se lipat gaya re

ha ha ha ha ha haaa
wo roshogulla tha ya atom bam tha
atom bam se 
thoda sa hi kam tha
hey

wo roshogulla tha ya atom bam tha
atom bam se thoda sa hi kam tha
thoda sa hi kam tha
rashiya bhi sun ke darr gaya re 
re baba re
amrika bhi peeche hat gaya re 
ek rasgulla kahin phat gaya re 
phat ke jalebi se lipat gaya re 
ek roshagulla kahin phat gaya re 
phat ke jalebi se lipat gaya re 
phat ke jalebi se lipat gaya re

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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सुन ओ मिस्टर
ओ मिस्टर
सुन ओ मिस्टर ओ मिस्टर
मिस्टर ओ मिस्टर
एक ताज़ा खबर

म्मममममम
म्ममम म्मममम

म्मममममम
म्ममम म्मममम

एक रसगुल्ला कहीं फट गया रे॰॰ए॰॰ए
रे बाबा रे
फट के जलेबी से लिपट गया रे
फट के जलेबी से लिपट गया रे
ओss ओsss ओss
एक रसगुल्ला कहीं फट गया रे॰॰ए॰॰ए
रे बाबा रे
फट के जलेबी से लिपट गया रे
फट के जलेबी से लिपट गया रे

आँधी चली ज़ोर का तूफान आ गया
आँधी चली ज़ोर का तूफान आ गया
मंदिर से बाहर भगवान आ गया
भगवान आ गया
लोग समझे कयामत आ गई रे॰॰ए॰॰ए
रे बाबा रे
सारा जग उलट पुलट गया रे
एक रसगुल्ला कहीं फट गया रे॰॰ए॰॰ए
फट के जलेबी से लिपट गया रे

मेरी हाँ में हाँ तू मिलाता जा
गले पड़ा ढोल बजाता जा
मेरी हाँ में हाँ तू मिलाता जा
गले पड़ा ढोल बजाता जा
बजाता जा
कैसी ये मुसीबत मेरे गले पड़ गई॰॰ई॰॰ई
क्या बोला रे
भूत कोई मुझसे चिमट गया रे
एक रसगुल्ला कहीं फट गया रे॰॰ए॰॰ए
फट के जलेबी से लिपट गया रे

हा हा हा हा हा हा हा॰॰आ॰॰आ
वो रोशगुल्ला था या एटम बम था
एटम बम से
थोड़ा सा हि कम था
हे
वो रोशगुल्ला था या एटम बम था
एटम बम से थोड़ा सा हि कम था
थोड़ा सा हि कम था
रशिया भी सुन के डर गया रे
रे बाबा रे
अमरीका भी पीछे हट गया रे
एक रसगुल्ला कहीं फट गया रे
फट के जलेबी से लिपट गया रे
एक रोशगुल्ला कहीं फट गया रे
फट के जलेबी से लिपट गया रे
फट के जलेबी से लिपट गया रे


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Blog Day : 3560 Post No. : 14278

“Do Khilaadi”(1976) was produced and directed by Jugal Kishore for Jugal Productions, Bombay. This “social” movie had Vinod Mehra, Zahira, Jaishree T, Paintal, Indrani Mukherji, Anita Guha, Mohan sherry, Shetty, Jugal Kishore, Shashi Puri (new discovery), Naaz, Jezebel, Johny Babu Qawwal, Hercules, Kumud Tripathi, Uma Khosla, Ratna, Brijendar Mohan, Baby Anuradha, Uttam Sodhi, Ram Mohan, Gurbachan Singh, Gauri Verma, Tuntun, Omi Chopra etc in it.

The movie had five songs in it. Four songs from the movie have been covered in the past. Here are the details of the four songs covered earlier:-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Jhoomta saawan dekho aaya 1122 19-Apr-09
Meri bhi koi behna hoti 4381 13-Aug-11
Raat abhi baaqi hai baat abhi baaqi hai 4910 29-Oct-11
Tu saat kamron mein band padi ho 14273 16-Apr-18

Here is the fifth and final song from “Do Khilaadi”(1976) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Amit Kumar. Asad Bhopali is the lyricist. Music is composed by Usha Khanna.

The song is picturised as a get together song on Shashi Puri, with almost every major actor of the movie visible in the picturisation.

With this song, “Do Khilaadi”(1976) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.

Audio (longer)

Video (shorter)


Song-Doston kya kahen ham tumse fasaana apna (Do Khilaadi)(1976) Singer-Amit Kumar, Lyrics-Asad Bhopali, MD-Usha Khanna

Lyrics

lalalalalala
lalalalalala
lalalalalalala
lalalalalala

doston kya kahen hum tumse fasaana apna aa aa
doston kya kahen hum tumse fasaana apna
aaj kuchh bhi nahin
nahin kal tak thha zamaana apna aa aa
doston kya kahen hum tumse fasaana apna aa aa
doston kya kahen hum tumse fasaana apna

raat ne toda chaand ka dil
raat ne toda chaand ka dil
kho gayi raahi se manzil
aur hum kuchh bhi keh na paaye
roye aur aansoo na bahaaye
doston kya kahen hum tumse fasaana apna aa aa
doston kya kahen hum tumse fasaana apna

tan hai lekin jaan nahin
ho tan hai lekin jaan nahin
jeene ka armaan nahin
saare rishte toot chuke hain
apne humse roothh chuke hain
doston kya kahen hum tumse fasaana apna aa aa
doston kya kahen hum tumse fasaana apna
aaj kuchh bhi nahin
nahin kal tak thha zamaana apna aa aa
doston kya kahen hum tumse fasaana apna aa aa
doston kya kahen hum tumse fasaana apna
lalalalalalaala


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Blog Day : 3559 Post No. : 14273

“Do Khilaadi”(1976) was produced and directed by Jugal Kishore for Jugal Productions, Bombay. This “social” movie had Vinod Mehra, Zahira, Jaishree T, Paintal, Indrani Mukherji, Anita Guha, Mohan sherry, Shetty, Jugal Kishore, Shashi Puri (new discovery), Naaz, Jezebel, Johny Babu Qawwal, Hercules, Kumud Tripathi, Uma Khosla, Ratna, Brijendar Mohan, Baby Anuradha, Uttam Sodhi, Ram Mohan, Gurbachan Singh, Gauri Verma, Tuntun, Omi Chopra etc in it.

The movie had five songs in it. Three songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fourth song from “Do Khilaadi”(1976) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Amit Kumar. Asad Bhopali is the lyricist. Music is composed by Usha Khanna.

The song is picturised as a villain’s den song on Shashi Puri (I hope I have identified him correctly, with Jayshree T performing a cabaret dance. Picturisation shows our intrepid hero apeing Amitabh Bachchan’s hairstyle and mannerisms, defying Shetty to perform on the stage. Shetty dutifully waits for the song to finish before making his move. 🙂

Audio

Video


Song-Tu saat kamron mein band padi ho (Do Khilaadi)(1976) Singer-Amit Kumar, Lyrics-Asad Bhopali, MD-Usha Khanna

Lyrics

one two three four
kukuliki kukuliki
kukuliki
likiliki
lakalaka
lakalaka
ih aah aah
ih ih
uh aah
aah ih ih

tu saat kamron mein band padi ho
ho
aur aage oonchi deewaar khadi ho
taale pe taale
chaahe koi daale
le jaaunga
tujhe jab chaahoonga
main le jaaunga
tujhe jab chaahoonga
tu saat kamron mein band padi ho
ha
aur aage oonchi deewaar khadi ho
taale pe taale chaahe koi daale
le jaaunga
tujhe jab chaahoonga
main le jaaunga
tujhe jab chaahoonga

ho pahredaaron ka zor
jalne waalon ka shor
kya bigaadega mera bata jaaneman
ho tujhe mujhse hai pyaar
ab to kar le ikraar
apne aashiq se yoon to na anjaan ban
tu chaahe sapnon mein mujhse ladi ho
hey
ya phir bekaar kisi zidd pe adi ho
taale pe taale chaahe koi daale
le jaaunga
tujhe jab chaahoonga
main le jaaunga
tujhe jab chaahoonga

zug zug zuzug zujug
zizig zizig
zig zig
zuzug zizag zijag
zugulaka
zugulaka
zugulaka
zugulaka
zugulaka
chikchik chichak chichak
chuchuk chuchuk

ho mujhe rokega kaun
mujhe tokega kaun
kismein dam hai jo aaye mere saamne
saaya ban ke din raat
main bhi hoon tere saath
tere peechhe rahoon ya tere saamne
chaahe tu laakhon ke beechh khadi ho
aur tujhe chhoona bhi baat badi ho
taale pe taale chaahe koi daale
le jaaunga
tujhe jab chaahoonga
main le jaaunga
tujhe jab chaahoonga
tu saat kamron mein band padi ho
ho
aur aage oonchi deewaar khadi ho
taale pe taale chaahe koi daale
le jaaunga
tujhe jab chaahoonga
main le jaaunga
tujhe jab chaahoonga

hey hey hey hey
hey hey
chuchuk chuchuk chuchuk
chuchuk chuchuk
chichak chuchuk chuchuk
chukchuk chichaak
chik chi chaak
chuk chuk chu
chichaak chichaak chichi
zug zug zug zug zug
aah ih ih ih
hmmph hmph hmph


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Blog Day : 3543 Post No. : 14222

“Qurbaani”(1980) was produced and directed by Feroz Khan. The movie had Feroz Khan, Vinod Khanna, Zeenat Aman, Amjad Khan, Shakti Kapoor, Aruna Irani, Amrish Puri and Kadar Khan etc in it.

I knew that Feroz Khan’s movies were inspired from Western movies, but I never knew that he would unbshedly lift frame by frame scenes. It turns out that the movie is almost a frame by frame lift from “The Master touch”(1974), an Italian/German curry western movie.

One would argue that “Qurbani”(1980) had songs in it and that way it had at least its songs that were not inspired from the movie. Indeed that is what one though till now.

It turns out that even the songs of this movie were inspired from foreign sources, and not necessarily from the usual sources.

Take the case of “Laila Main Laila” song rom “Qurbaani”(1980). I thought that it was one the “better” and “original” compositions created during the “disco” era of HFM. But I was wrong. It turns out that this popular song is a direct lift from the composition “Chicano” by an African group called “Black Blood”.

Here is this “Qurbaani”(1980) song “Laila Main Laila” which is sung by Kanchan, Amit Kumar and chorus. The song is picturised as a “disco” song on Zeenat Aman, Amjad Khan and others.

Lyricist is Indeewar. He gets the credit for fitting in lyrics to go with the tune. Kalyanji Anandji are the music arrangers, rather than music composers, for this song.


Song-Laila main Laila (Qurbaani)(1980) Singers-Kanchan, Amit Kumar, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Kalyanji Anandji
Chorus

Lyrics

laila main laila
aisi hoon laila
har koi chaahe mujhse milna akela
laila main laila
aisi hoon laila
har koi chaahe mujhse milna akela
jisko bhi dekhoon
aa aa aa
duniya bhula doon
aa aa
majnu bana doon
aa aa
aisi main laila
aa aa
laila o laila laila
aisi tu laila
har koi chaahe tujhse milna akela

o o
mohabbat ka jisko tareeqa na aaya
use zindagi ka saleeka na aaya
raah e wafa mein
aa aa
jaan par jo khela
aa aa
uske liye hai yeh
aa aa
haseenon ka mela
aa aa
laila main laila
aa aa
aisi hoon laila
aa aa
har koi chaahe mujhse
aa aa
milna akela
aa aa
o laila
aa ha
aa ha
aa ha
gullu gullu
gullu gullu
gullu gullu
gullu gullu
ha bubuk bubuk
ha bubuk bubuk

hey
haay haay

mujhe dekhkar jo
na dekhe kisi ko
mere vaaste jo
mita de khudi ko
usi deewaane ki
aa aa
banoongi main laila
aa aa
use pyaar doongi main
aa aa
pehla pehla
aa aa
laila main laila
aa aa
aisi hoon laila
aa aa
har koi chaahe mujhse
aa aa
milna akela
aa aa

laila o laila laila
aa aa
aisi tu laila
aa aa
har koi chaahe tujhse
o ho
milna akela
laila o laila laila
o Laila
aisi tu laila
o Laila
har koi chaahe tujhse milna akela
laa laa laa laa laa aa aa
laa laa laa laa laa aa aa
la la la la laa aa aa
la la la laa aa


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Blog Day : 3530 Post No. : 14181

“Toote Khilaune”(1978) was directed by Ketan Anand for Chakravyooh Productions, Bombay. This “social” movie had Shaban Azmi, Shehar Kapoor, Utpal Dutt, Rakesh Pandey, Urmila Bhatt, Shobhana Shah, Meena Chitnis, Jankidas, Bharat Kapoor, Gautam Sareen, Sharat Saxxena, D Kumar Vivek Adharkar, Master Ravi, Mahesh Bhatta, Sooraj Saneem, Prem Prakash, Vimal Chopra, Dharmveer, Gurbachan Singh, Bhagwan, Dhanna Lal, Jugnu Jain etc with special role by Ambika Johar.

The movie had five songs in it. Four of these songs have been covered in the past. Here are the details of the four songs covered in the past:-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Nanha sa panchhi re tu bahut badaa pinjra teraa 2313 23-Feb-10
Maana ho tum behad haseen 2317 28-Feb-10
Doob raha hai mera dil shaam se 5950 10-May-12
Bandhan kat gaye baadal chhant gaye 14175 17-Mar-18

Here is the fifth and final song from “Toote Khilaune”(1978) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Amit Kumar and Sulakshana Pandit. Kaifi Azmi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Bappi Lahiri.

The song is picturised as a magic performance song where Shekhar Kapoor and Shabana Azmi play the magicians who perform magic tricks while singing this song.

With this song, “Toote Khilaune”(1978) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Kya jaane ye duniya kya jaane (Toote Khilaune)(1978) Singers-Amit Kumar, Sulakshana Pandit , Lyrics-Kaifi Azmi, MD-Bappi Lahiri
Both

Lyrics

kya jaane
ye duniya kya jaane
kya jaane
ye duniya kya jaane
apne dil ki baaton ko
o o o
apne dil ki baaton ko
kya jaane ae ae ae

kya jaane
ye duniya kya jaane
kya jaane
ye duniya kya jaane

duniya samay ke peechhe deewaani
badle samay ko pal mein jawaani
o o o
subahen gulaabi shaamen suhaani
dekhe kahaani duniya puraani

apne dil ki baaton ko
o o
apne dil ki baaton ko
kya jaane ae ae

kya jaane
ye duniya kya jaane
kya jaane
ye duniya kya jaane

samjhe na jo
armaan ka ishaara
door se usko
salaam hamaara
o o o
dil ko hamesha dil ka sahaara
aanchal mein apne apna sitaara

apne dil ki baaton ko
ho o
apne dil ki baaton ko
kya jaane ae ae

kya jaane
ye duniya kya jaane
kya jaane
ye duniya kya jaane
laa lala
lalalalalaala
laa lala
lalalalalaala


This article is written by Raja, 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 : 3510 Post No. : 14101

It’s not easy writing this. I’ve written many posts here on the death anniversaries of various artistes – but in all those cases, I’ve had the benefit of distance of time from the event. Even if it is the first death anniversary, at least 365 days have passed since. That does make a difference. Today’s post isn’t a death anniversary post. It’s a tribute post, of course, but the artiste in question has just left us a few hours ago! And we are still in mourning. Which is why I write this post now with a lot of sadness in my heart.

This morning, when I woke up, I got the news that was like a bolt from the blue – that Sridevi, one of the most famous and popular actresses of our times, was no more. When I checked my whatsapp messages today, a regular morning routine, there was a message from one of my nieces – “This Sridevi news has left me so disturbed. She was my all-time favourite”.

I immediately checked Twitter, which is my usual go-to source for latest news. And sure enough – it was real, not a fake news item. Twitter is notorious for fake news being spread – but this time, unfortunately, there was nothing fake about this. Tributes were pouring in on Twitter.

I took a deep breath. It all seemed so unbelievable, it took me a while to digest the news. Sridevi  had died a few hours earlier of a cardiac arrest in Dubai. She had gone to attend a family wedding – it turned out to be her last day on this earth. There were pictures of her from just a few hours earlier – she looked just fine. In fact, she looked more than fine, she looked gorgeous – like she’d always looked. I was not aware of any health complaints of any sort. So then how did this suddenly happen?

There are theories floating around, some to do with her diet, pills etc. I do not want to discuss any of this here – it is all in the realm of speculation anyway, and I am sure we will get to hear more about it in the days to come.  Right now, all I know is that my thoughts have been with her all day today. I can see Sridevi’s face right in front of my eyes –superbly expressive, that twinkle in her eye, that smile. I can see her dancing, whether as a Naagin, or doing a break-dance in Michael Jackson style – completely at ease with both.

I can see her portraying a docile, innocent Anju one minute, and a chaalu Chaalbaaz Manju the very next. That is / was Sridevi. She could do both sadness and madness to such perfection within minutes – and you wouldn’t be able to say she was acting. No wonder she won many millions of fans all over the world. And not just Hindi film fans. Sure, she reigned as superstar for almost a decade in the Hindi film industry but her career in the South Indian film industry was not just longer, it was also probably far richer.

There will be many obituary and tribute pieces written for Sridevi in the days to come. As is common, her entire life will be detailed – from her early days to her final ones. Her career will be discussed in great detail, as will her personal life. I choose not to add to the repetitive element of these. I am no expert on Sridevi anyway – and anyone who wants a lot of facts on her is better advised to seek out one of those other sources. As is my wont, I will discuss Sridevi here from a personal perspective.

Hmm, where do I start? When did I first hear of Sridevi? I must admit that I first heard of Sridevi only in the late 1970s, though she had already become a popular name in South Indian cinema for some years by then. I lived in Eastern India at that time, where the exposure to South Indian cinema was very limited – and I’d heard of very few actors and actresses of the South.  Of course I’d heard of the legends (Sivaji Ganesan, MGR, Gemini Ganesan, Savitri, KR Vijaya etc.) but of the then-current lot, I’d not heard of many. Yes, I’d heard of Kamalahasan and Rajinikanth, though I’d not seen any of their films. As for heroines, I got to hear names like Sripriya, Srividya, Sujatha. And Sridevi. To me, the name Sridevi was just one of these names at that time.

Around that time, South Indian producers once again began to show interest in making Hindi films. Of course earlier too they had made a lot of films but the pace had slackened in the 1970s. It suddenly began picking up towards the end of the decade. Understandably these producers wanted to work with actors they were familiar with. So, just like Jamuna and KR Vijaya in an earlier generation, we got to see new South Indian faces entering the Hindi film industry.

Thus, in 1979, we got news that two big-name South Indian actresses would be seen in Hindi films. Jayaprada would be seen in a film called ‘Sargam’ (1979), and Sridevi would be seen in a film called ‘Solvaan Saawan’ (1978). ‘Sargam’ became a huge hit – and set Jayaprada on her way to success in the Hindi film industry. ‘Solvaan Saawan’, on the other hand, just came and went – and with that seemed to sink Sridevi’s future too in Hindi films. She simply seemed to have disappeared from the Hindi film scene.

For a while, I forgot about the existence of Sridevi, even as she was becoming a progressively more popular and successful star in the South. As it is, Hindi films rolled merrily on – with established heroines like Zeenat Aman, Hema, Parveen and Reena Roy, and a new set of heroines like Poonam Dhillon, Rati Agnihotri, Padmini Kolhapure, Anita Raaj and Deepti Naval.

By then, I was getting increasingly busy with my studies and was not able to keep pace with Hindi movies.

Then came 1983 and ‘Himmatwaala’ happened.  Sridevi returned with a bang. This film, in which she starred opposite Jeetendra, turned out to be a smash hit, with the songs becoming super-duper hits. Ironically for me, these songs only hastened my distaste for songs of that period, a distaste that had been formed with songs like “Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain”, “. . .Chaaye Pe Bulaaya Hai” becoming big hits. From then on, I almost completely shut myself off from Hindi films for a while.

‘Himmatwaala’ was one in a string of films from South India, many of which were commercially successful during the 1980s. Many of them starred Sridevi, Jeetendra and Jayaprada. Some starred Rajesh Khanna. But I had got a mental block about these films. So while Sridevi and Jayaprada were becoming big stars in Hindi cinema, I refused to watch their films. Years later, around 2007, I did watch ‘Himmatwaala’ on TV, keeping my expectations very low. Must admit it wasn’t all THAT bad!

Despite this mental block, I did watch the odd Sridevi film. The first one I remember watching was ‘Sadma’ (1983). I remember thinking “Oh, so THIS is Sridevi!”.  I liked her in the film. Then I watched ‘Tohfa’ (1984). Only because it was being screened in our local club and my friends persuaded me to watch it. I went in with very low expectations – and was therefore not very disappointed. Again, I liked Sridevi in the film. But then I’m not a particularly big fan of Jayaprada. So in comparison, I’d any day prefer to watch a Sridevi film. And then I watched ‘Moondram Pirai’ (1982), the Tamil classic – of which ‘Sadma’ is a remake. Apart from these three films, I didn’t watch a single Sridevi film in the 80s.

Thankfully her career wasn’t dependent on my taste at the time 🙂 otherwise it would not have taken off at all. She kept going from strength to strength. By 1986, when she would be seen in ‘Sultanat’, ‘Aakhri Raasta’, ‘Jaanbaaz’, ‘Karma’ and ‘Nagina’ – all big movies, I realized that whether I was watching her movies or not, the whole of India seemed to be watching them. And loving her.

I realized that though there were other heroines like Meenakshi Seshadri and Dimple Kapadia who had the odd hit film, and Jayaprada was still very much in the mix, Sridevi had gone ahead of them all. She was now probably the No.1 heroine of the time. (Rekha, by then, was in a league of her own).

Then in 1987, Shekhar Kapur’s ‘Mr. India’ hit the screens – and that probably sealed it. Anyone who had any doubts about Sridevi’s rank in the industry was effectively shut up by this film. Her “Hawa Hawaii” song was a rage all over India. And then there was “Kaate Nahin Kat’te Ye Din Ye Raat”, which was Sridevi all the way.

Around this time, it was not inconceivable that a film would run on Sridevi’s name alone. She had earned that superstar status. On the male front, Amitabh Bachchan in the mid to late 1980s wasn’t having a good run. And none of the other male stars were quite superstar material yet. Sridevi was.

Yet she continued to act in a remarkable number of poor-to-average films – such was the quality of films in the 1980s! You can hardly blame the actor for that. You were lucky if there was one memorable film in ten. Most films could be forgotten the moment you stepped out of the hall.

Of her other well-known films, two from 1989 come to mind – ‘Chaandni’ and ‘Chaalbaaz’. I remember ‘Chaandni’ becoming a superhit. I’m not so sure about ‘Chaalbaaz’ – though it is one of my favourite Sridevi films. She plays a double role – and how. The film, a remake of ‘Seeta Aur Geeta’ (1972), is a hilarious comedy, completely owned by Sridevi.

1991 saw ‘Lamhe’ – another landmark film in her career. Once again, Sridevi was seen in a double role. Mother and daughter. A very different sort of film. I think ‘Lamhe’ failed at the box-office – it was a storyline that the audience found difficult to accept. But that does not take away from Sridevi’s performance.

1992 saw ‘Khuda Gawaah’, again a double role for Sridevi. Mother and daughter again. I wonder if any heroine has done more double roles than Sridevi. Fabulous scenes of Afghanistan, fabulous acting by Sridevi.

1993 had the resounding and expensive flop, ‘Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja’. After this, her career took a dip – and after ‘Judaai’ (1997), she was next to be seen in a lead role, goodness, 15 years later, in ‘English Vinglish’ (2012). And what a performance! It was SUCH a pleasure to see her in this film, putting up such a mature performance, that I was left wondering what might’ve been in the preceding 15 years.

Oh, one thing. I saw each one of the films I’ve mentioned above only after 1995. Yes, even her 1980s hits. Like I said before, I studiously stayed away from 1980s films at the time they were released. Not just Sridevi films, but all 1980s films. In the process, I might have missed some good ones too. I caught up with many of them later. After 1995.

And as I watched Sridevi, I could understand why she had become such a superstar. Beyond her looks and her amazing dancing ability, there was a fine actor. Not everyone realizes this – but her ability to take a scene to a different level altogether, just with her facial expressions, a roll of the eyes, a smile from the side of her mouth, all of this added to producing a memorable performance. And I daresay unlike the male superstars, her mannerisms didn’t come across as clichéd, even if she repeated them. She only endeared herself even more to the audience.

Yes, I could fully understand why Sridevi was a superstar. But ironically I realized this only after she had conceded the top spot to Madhuri Dixit, herself a deserving No.1. Many folks make a big deal of the Sridevi – Madhuri rivalry. I’ve never cared about it – each actor has his/her time and ups and downs. Both Sridevi and Madhuri were terrific actors and entertainers – and that is the main reason they were loved so much by the public. Anyway, the timing when the realization hit me, is irrelevant. What’s important is she is loved by millions of people. The outpouring of grief today is testimony to this. Whether you are a superstar or not, is secondary.

Let’s move on to the song for today.

I’ve picked this song from ‘Chaalbaaz’ (1989). It’s one of my favourite Sridevi films. I have watched it multiple times – and can still watch it. A ‘Seeta Aur Geeta’ (1972) remake, Sridevi here plays Anju (the docile one) and Manju (the chaalu one). The male leads are played by Sunny Deol and Rajinikanth. Though the film stars Anupam Kher, Rohini Hattangadi and Shakti Kapoor too, the film belongs to Sridevi. The dialogues are hilarious – check them out on youtube.

The song for today showcases, to some extent, why Sridevi was so popular. Just look at her bindaas dancing, just look at the expressions on her face. This is classic Sridevi. You cannot but love her in this song. Although it features Sunny Deol too, and a whole host of supporting dancers, Sridevi clearly steals the show. I’ve watched the song five times already today. It’s one way of remembering Sridevi. I am sure you will like the song too. Just observe Sridevi through the song – she is having so much fun, this song will just lift your spirits.

Lyrics have been provided by Avinashji. He was kind enough to offer to write them up, as soon as he got to know that I was planning to do this write-up. Thanks a lot, Avinashji.

Thank you for all the wonderful memories, Sridevi. You will always remain in our hearts.


Song – Na Jaane Kahaan Se Aayi Hai (Chaalbaaz) (1989) Singer – Amit Kumar, Kavita Krishnamurty, Lyrics – Anand Bakshi, MD – Laxmikant Pyaarelal
Unidentified Male Voice
Chorus

Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

dub dub dub dub dub dub du ru ru ru
dub dub dub dub dub dub du ru ru ru
dub dub dub dub dub dub du ru ru ru
dub dub dub du u u u 

naa jaane kahaan se aayi hai
naa jaane kahaan ko jaayegi
deewaana kise banaayegi ye ladki

badi chhoti hai mulaaqaat
bade afsos ki hai baat

hu u  u u u yaa

kisi ke haath naa aayegi ye ladki ee
ru u u u
kisi ke haath naa aayegi ye ladki ee
ru u u u

naa jaane kahaan se aayi hai
naa jaane kahaan ko jaayegi
deewaana kise banaayegi ye ladki

ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
ooh a

ye bheega huaa badan tera
is dil mein aag lagaa dega
ye bheega huaa badan tera
is dil mein aag lagaa dega
chhaayega baadal zulfon ka
to paagal tujhe banaa degaa aa
paagal tujhe banaa degaa aa
tu ru ru ru ru ru u u
tu ru ru ru ru ru u u

karega yaad mujhe din raat
bade afsos ki hai baat
hu u  u u u yaa
kisi ke haath naa aayegi ye ladki ee
ru u u u
kisi ke haath naa aayegi ye ladki ee
ru u u u

[undeciphered sound]

ye ladki bheegi bhaagi si
kya ghar se bhaag ke aayi hai
ye ladki bheegi bhaagi si
kya ghar se bhaag ke aayi hai
ye ladki nahin hai naagin hai
jo neend se jaag ke aayi hai
jo neend se jaag ke aayi hai

ru ru ru ru ru ru
ru ru ru ru ru ru

mere haathon mein de de haath
bade afsos ki hai baat
hu u u u u aa
kisi ke haath naa aayegi ye ladki ee
ru u u u
kisi ke haath naa aayegi ye ladki ee
ru u u u

[undeciphered sound]

ha ha ha ha ha ha hmm
aaraam se baitho paas mere
darne ki koyi baat nahin
aaraam se baitho paas mere
darne ki koyi baat nahin
main tumse pyaar karun mere
aise to bure haalaat nahin
aise to bure haalaat nahin

ru ru ru ru ru ru
ru ru ru ru ru ru

karegi yaad mujhe din raat
bade afsos ki hai baat
hu u u u u aa
tumhaare haath naa aayegaa
ye ladka
ru u u u
tumhaare haath naa aayegaa
ye ladka aa
ru u u u

naa jaane kahaan se aayi hai
naa jaane kahaan ko jaayegi
deewaana kise banaayegi ye ladki ee

badi chhoti hai mulaaqaat
bade afsos ki hai baat
hu u u u u aa

kisi ke haath naa aayegi ye ladki ee
ru u u u

kisi ke haath naa aayegi ye ladki ee
ru u u u

dub dub dub dub dub dub du ru ru ru
dub dub dub dub dub dub du ru ru ru
dub dub dub dub dub dub du ru ru ru
dub dub dub du u u u 
ru u u ru ru ru ru
ru ru ru ru ru ru ru u u
dub dub dub dub dub dub du ru ru ru
dub dub dub dub dub dub du ru ru ru
dub dub dub dub dub dub du ru ru ru
dub dub dub du u u u 
ru u u ru ru ru ru
ru ru ru ru ru ru ru u u
dub dub dub dub dub dub du ru ru ru
dub dub dub dub dub dub du ru ru ru
dub dub dub dub dub dub du ru ru ru
dub dub dub du u u u 
ru oo oo oo

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
———————————————————————————

डुब डुब डुब डुब डुब डुब डू रु रु रु
डुब डुब डुब डुब डुब डुब डू रु रु रु
डुब डुब डुब डुब डुब डुब डू रु रु रु
डुब डुब डुब डू रु रु रु

ना जाने कहाँ से आयी है
ना जाने कहाँ को जायेगी
दीवाना किसे बनाएगी ये लड़की

बड़ी छोटी है मुलाक़ात
बड़े अफ़सोस कि है बात

हु उ उ उ उ या

किसी के हाथ ना आएगी ये लड़की ई
रु उ उ उ
किसी के हाथ ना आएगी ये लड़की ई
रु उ उ उ
ना जाने कहाँ से आयी है
ना जाने कहाँ को जायेगी
दीवाना किसे बनाएगी ये लड़की

हा हा हा हा हा हा हा
हा हा हा हा हा हा हा
उह अ

ये भीगा हुआ बदन तेरा
इस दिल में आग लगा देगा
ये भीगा हुआ बदन तेरा
इस दिल में आग लगा देगा
छाएगा बादल जुल्फों का
तो पागल तुझे बना देगा आ
पागल तुझे बना देगा आ

तू रु रु रु रु रु रु उ उ
तू रु रु रु रु रु रु उ उ

करेगा याद मुझे दिन रात
बड़े अफ़सोस कि है बात
हु उ उ उ उ या
किसी के हाथ ना आएगी ये लड़की ई
रु उ उ उ
किसी के हाथ ना आएगी ये लड़की ई
रु उ उ उ

(असपष्ट शब्द )

ये लड़की भीगी भागी सी
क्या घर से भाग के आयी है

ये लड़की भीगी भागी सी
क्या घर से भाग के आयी है
ये लड़की नहीं है नागन है ‘
जो नींद से जाग के आयी है
जो नींद से जाग के आयी है

रु रु रु रु रु रु
रु रु रु रु रु रु

मेरे हाथों में दे दे हाथ
बड़े अफ़सोस कि है बात
हु उ उ उ उ या
किसी के हाथ ना आएगी ये लड़की ई
रु उ उ उ
किसी के हाथ ना आएगी ये लड़की ई
रु उ उ उ

(असपष्ट शब्द )

हा हा हा हा हा हा हम्म

आराम से बैठो पास मेरे
डरने कि कोई बात नहीं
आराम से बैठो पास मेरे
डरने कि कोई बात नहीं
मैं तुमसे प्यार करूँ मेरे
ऐसे तो बुरे हालात नहीं
ऐसे तो बुरे हालात नहीं

रु रु रु रु रु रु
रु रु रु रु रु रु

करेगी याद मुझे दिन रात
बड़े अफ़सोस कि है बात
हु उ उ उ उ या
तुम्हारे हाथ ना आयेगा
ये लड़का
रु उ उ उ
तुम्हारे हाथ ना आयेगा
ये लड़का
रु उ उ उ

ना जाने कहाँ से आयी है
ना जाने कहाँ को जायेगी
दीवाना किसे बनाएगी ये लड़की

बड़ी छोटी है मुलाक़ात
बड़े अफ़सोस कि है बात

हु उ उ उ उ या
किसी के हाथ ना आएगी ये लड़की ई
रु उ उ उ
किसी के हाथ ना आएगी ये लड़की ई

रु उ उ उ

डुब डुब डुब डुब डुब डुब डू रु रु रु
डुब डुब डुब डुब डुब डुब डू रु रु रु
डुब डुब डुब डुब डुब डुब डू रु रु रु
डुब डुब डुब डू रु रु रु
रु उ उ रु रु रु रु
रु रु रु रु रु रु रु उ उ

डुब डुब डुब डुब डुब डुब डू रु रु रु
डुब डुब डुब डुब डुब डुब डू रु रु रु
डुब डुब डुब डुब डुब डुब डू रु रु रु
डुब डुब डुब डू रु रु रु
रु उ उ रु रु रु रु
रु रु रु रु रु रु रु उ उ

डुब डुब डुब डुब डुब डुब डू रु रु रु
डुब डुब डुब डुब डुब डुब डू रु रु रु
डुब डुब डुब डुब डुब डुब डू रु रु रु
डुब डुब डुब डू रु रु रु
रु ऊ ऊ ऊ

 


This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, 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.

Hullo to all in Atuldom

At the outset I should wish everyone a very Happy New Year 2018.

Hope everyone had a good time in 2017.

Our blog also went from song post number 12750 to song post number 13851 during 2017. We had our ring-leader, sutradhar, Atulji touching his personal milestone of 10000 posts on 22nd April 2017, today he stands at 10429. We celebrated 3400 days of existence in cyberland on 8th November 2017 with the 3400th song of the decade of 1960s being posted on that date (Atulji says this was a coincidence). The 13600th post coincided with Sudhirji touching 1100 posts which also happened to be Sahir Ludhianvi’s 600 on the blog.

Added to all this we had our usual milestone of 100 posts every four to five weeks. (Only one set of 100 was slow in coming. Right Atulji?) We were left waiting for the first- farmaisher’s double centurieth (I know this word doesn’t exist in English language) post. If this had been a cricket match I am sure he- the first farmaisher Rajaji- would have hit hard to the boundary for a four and reached the milestone. But this isn’t cricket, here we go one post at a time and so we wait, till his next four posts appear- to celebrate. Of course, in the manner of Tendulkar’s 100 100s (49 in ODIs and 51 in Test Matches) Rajaji has already touched 200 -196 posts and 4 as lyrics contributor.

Now today on day 1 of the new year, 2018, here is my first post. The song I have zeroed in on is a party song. It is a party of the street-side type. We have an unusual jodi- Amitabh Bachchan and Nana Patekar. Amitabh is playing a Bhaiyya or simply put a person from UP and Nana is playing a Bangali. By the story of the movie both are in disguise. Amitabh is an ex- army man, on the run from the law, with the whole and sole aim of taking revenge (what else!) from Danny’s character of corrupt minister who was responsible for the death of an army officer. Nana Patekar is an officer sent on a mission to uncover he truth about Dadabhai/ Devraj Hathoda alias Amitabh in disguise. On discovering the truth, the Bangali- BBC (some name ending with Chattopadhyay) Nana, joins hands with Dadabhai to bring the minister to justice and terminate some terrorist activities. So that then is the gist of the movie. It released in August of 1999 to mixed reviews. It was a treat for Nana Patekar and Tabu fans. It was an average grosser.

Now the regular followers of this blog need not wonder why I chose this song. It features today’s birthday boy – Vishwanath Patekar- birth name of Nana Patekar. He turns 67 (unbelievable). He has been on the Bollywood firmament from 1978 (Gaman). I was impressed when I saw him for the first time in “Ankush” (1986) as an unemployed young man. He was too good in the role of Anna Seth in “Parinda” (1989) which won him an award for Best Supporting actor both at Filmfare and National Awards. He is perhaps the only person to have a Filmfare best actor award – Krantiveer; best supporting actor- Parinda and best villain award -Angaar. He is also a Padmashri winner. He is a silent philanthropist have donated more-than generously to the cause of rebuilding flood ravaged villages of Bihar and drought- hit villagers of Marathwada and Vidarbha. He is one of the few actors with a simple life style.

Today’s song is penned by Dev Kohli and Dilip Sen- Sameer Sen are the music directors who got Sudesh Bhonsle to sing for Amitabh and Amit Kumar for Nana Patekar. We have Mukul Dev and Ayesha Julka playing the romantic young jodi and Tabu making a fleeting appearance. The scene after the song is hilarious with a supposedly drunk Nana mouthing the sher – “na geela karenge, na sookha karenge, tu salaa mat raho yehi bad dua karenge”. And Amitabh understands it correctly as “na gila karenge na shikwa karenge tum salaamat raho yehi bas dua karenge”
I also give the same ‘dua’ for all ASAD followers.

Here is wishing a joyous and musical ride to every follower of Atulsongaday in 2018. And a very Happy Birthday to Nana Patekar.


Song-Ham hain Banaras ke bhaiyya (Kohraam)(1999) Singers-Amit Kumar, Sudesh Bhonsle, Lyrics-Dev Kohli, MD-Dilip Sen Samir Sen
Male chorus
Female chorus

Lyrics

ho o
Ek mashooka hai yeh zindagi
tum ho isspe shaida
aaj tumhaara janam divas hai
hic
arre lo tum ho gaye paida
ha ha
waah bhai waah
kya sher maaraa hai
zara humri bhi toh suno
ain

haan haan sunaao

hum hain banaras ke bhaiyya
ho mere bhaiyya
jissko bhi chaahe nacha den
haan
arre hum hain banaras ke bhaiyya
ho mere bhaiyya
jissko bhi chaahen nacha den
arre chadh ke na utregi bhaiyya
o bade bhaiyya
hum aisi masti pila den

shuno baabu moshaay
aami tere deewaane
tumi goshti bole mishti ghole
manva dole jaane
aami tere deewaane
aami tere deewaane

ham hain banaras ke bhaiyya
ho mere bhaiya
jissko bhi chaahen nacha den
arre chadh ke na utaregi bhaiyya
o bade bhaiyya
ham aisi masti pila den haan

shuno baabu moshaay
aami tere deewaane
tumi goshti bole mishti ghole
manva dole jaane
aami tere deewaane
aami tere deewaane
ham hain banaras ke bhaiyya
ho bade bhaiyya
jissko bhi chaahen nacha den

ho ho ho ho ho ooooo
yaiyai yaiyai yo oooo
ho ho ho ho ho hoooo
yaiyai yaiyai yo oooo

laakhon yahaan dilwaale hain
kuchh gore hain kuchh kaale hain
koyi nahin hamse badhke
sabse juda hum niraale hain

tu mast hai
main hoon mastaana
haay
mashoor hai apna yaaraana
haay
paagal hai tu
main hoon di di di di deewaana
karna hai koyi hungaama
hey ae ae ae
arre aisa na karna tu bhaiyya
hum hain banaras ke bhaiyya
ho ta tha thaiyya
jissko bhi chaahen nacha de
arre chadh ke na utaregi bhaiyya
o mere bhaiyya
hum aisi masti pila den haan

shuno babu moshaay
aami tere deewaane
tumi goshti bole mishti ghole
manava dole jaane
aami tere deewaane
aami tere deewaane

eeya eeya eeya
eeya eeya eeya
eeya eeya

eesh
baanshuri

ham josh mein jab aayenge
phir dekhna rang jamaayenge
chakkar ham aisa chalaayenge
sab dekhte rah jaayenge

ham kaun hain yeh bata denge
hey
pal mein nazaara dikha denge
hey
ham hosh sabke uda denge
hey
parda agar jo uthha denge
hey ae ae ae
arre doobegi phir kisski naiyya
hum hain banaras ke bhaiya,
o ta tha thaiya
jissko bhi chaahe nacha den
arre chadh ke na utaregi bhaiyya
o mere bhaiyya
ham aisi masti pila den haan

shuno babu moshaay
aami tere deewaane
tumi goshti bole mishti ghole
manwa dole jaane
aami tere deewaane
aami tere deewaane


This article is written by Peevesie’s Mom, 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.

Hullo Atulwaasis

Today’s(3 september 2017) post is inspired by this post of Atulji. To be more exact I have been saving up this post ever since this was posted and this was mentioned in the comments by Bharatji and Maheshji.

I was saving this song to present it on the occasion of the birthdate of two people involved in this song.
Read more on this topic…


This article is written by Shekhar Gupta, 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.

I came across a nice number from ‘Police Public’ (1990) by chance when I happened to click here on a Lollywood number “Mein Jis Din Bhula Doon Tera Pyar Dil Se” penned by Masroor Anwar for Khushboo (1979). On that YouTube web-page, I also noticed the same mukhda under this ‘Police Public’ number.

Similar – or even identical – mukhdas are not all that rare; and Lollywood and Bollywood copying each other’s themes, tunes and lyrics was not unheard of in the yesteryears. But what struck me was almost identical lyrics – albeit in different settings and tunes.

Be it as it may be, ‘Police Public’, a Vijay Mehta production, was directed by Esmayeel Shroff. It has a crime-corruption busting theme with Raaj Kumar as a fearless senior C.B.I. inspector as its chief protagonist.
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