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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 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.

Blog Day :

4950 Post No. : 16813

Hullo Atuldom

‘Pehli Baar’ (First Time) is a program that is aired on a channel of the DTH service that I am subscribed to. It gives background about how some celebrities met or got together for the first time ever. Of course the incidents, and content in that program is possibly stuff that many of us have read over the years over-and-over again, and also in all the Filmfares, Screen (the magazines of yesteryear), Star & Style, Stardust, Cine Blitz etc. that were available in all the circulating libraries of those times. Stories like how Nargis had batter in her hand when she opened the door for Raj Kapoor, how Balraj Sahni saw Johnny Walker mimicking actors as he sold tickets in Mumbai’s BEST buses etc.

When I write a post I try to bring songs from the first movie of the celebrity who I am focusing on. The ‘Pehli Baar’ of the artistes who have made a place in our hearts and minds. The Pehli Baar that I mentioned star-kid (now a grown-up man) Abhishek Bachchan in a post, must have been this song – “Happy Days Are Here Again“.

But that was not his debut in Hindi films, his debut was in JP Dutta’s ‘Refugee’ in 2000. The movie was also the first released film for Kareena Kapoor. Jackie Shroff, Suneil Shetty, Reena Roy, Anupam Kher, Kulbhushan Kharbanda, Shadaab Khan (Amjad Khan’s son), Ashish Vidyarthi and a whole set of known faces forming the supporting cast were part of the film which was about a Muslim family from Bihar that had migrated to East Pakistan post the partition of India in 1947. But after the formation of Bangladesh in 1971 this family along with several such families are forced to relocate to West Pakistan. For this they choose the Dhaka-Guwahati-Delhi-Ajmer route. From Ajmer they go to Haji Peer in Pakistan through Bhuj in Rann of Kutch. In this endeavor they are assisted by an agent who is simply addressed as Refugee (Abhishek Bachchan). He normally is very impersonal when escorting people across the border and is unaware that he is assisting terrorists too. But he begins to like the daughter (Kareena Kapoor) of this family and keeps visiting her even after the family is settled into Pakistan. The rest of the movie talks about the hardships the lovers face due to involvement of the border security forces, terrorism in the region etc. And as in all JP Dutta movies there is exchange of fire, across the border, between the Indian and Pakistani forces and a thought provoking question at the close of the film when Kareena Kapoor delivers her baby in the no-man’s land area between the two nations.

‘Refugee’ was an average grosser at the box-office and both the debutantes got positive reviews too. Following its release Abhishek was seen in ‘Tera Jadoo Chal gaya’ and ‘Dhai Akshar Prem Ke’ in the same year. ‘Dhai Akshar Prem Ke’ was the Pehli Baar that we saw Aishwarya Rai with AB Jr. (as he is popular in the social media world). There were other 10-12 movies of AB Jr’s that released between 2000 and 2004, all of which were not-so-commercially successful. But most of them had the critics appreciating Abhishek. ‘Yuva’ (2004) by Mani Ratnam is a point in case. ‘Bunty Aur Babli’ (2005) and ‘Dhoom’ (2004 ) were his biggest successes in that period. He has been trolled (a term that is in vogue in this age and times) for being his parents’ son and wife’s husband for the past few years. But he is a person who has never responded to any of the negatives that are being thrown at him and has been quietly working with a movie of his releasing every year.

Let me clear my stand here:- I am his parents’ fan not his. But I really like his work and the sincerity with which he dances and emotes. I don’t think there is any harm in appreciating good work and Abhishek does have some good movies in his filmography. I have seen him switch between atrocious comedy and absolute serious scenes with ease in Rohit Shetty’s ‘Bol Bachchan’ (2012) and ‘Zameen’ (2003). He is definitely his parents’ son (and I am not mentioning it in a negative way here). He has been around for 22 years and nobody will invest money on a flop actor if he was not going to give good returns.

So let us wish him well on his birthday today.

I have a whole set of possible songs to go with this post, but I shall stick to AB Jr’s first screen appearance. ‘Refugee’ had six songs of which the following two are on the blog – “Aisa Lagta Hai Jo Na Hua Hone Ko Hai” and “Raat Ki Hathlei Par Chaand Jagmagaata Hai“.

The first song appeared almost 10 years ago. Here is the next. It is sung by Sonu Nigam and Alka Yagnik, written by Javed Akhtar and Anu Malik is the music director. The song shows the young lovers building their future home.

Song – Taal Pe Jab Ye Zindgani Chali (Refugee) (2000) Singer – Alka Yagnik, Sonu Nigam, Lyrics – Javed Akhtar, MD – Anu Malik
Chorus

Lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)

aaaa aaaaa aaaaaa
aaaa aaaa
haa..aaye
ho  oo

taal pe jab ye zindgani chali
taal pe jab ye zindgani chali
hum hain deewaane
hum hain deewaane
ye kahaani chali
oo oo oo oo oo
aaa aaa aaa aaa aaa

taal pe jab ye zindgani chali
taal pe jab ye zindgani chali
hum hain deewaane
hum hain deewaane
ye kahaani chali
oo oo oo oo oo
aaa aaa aaa aaa aaa

[sargam]

oo oo oo oo oo oo
aaa aaa aaa aaa aaa aaa

teri nazar ki dhoop hai jis ne mujh ko roop diya hai
nikhar gai hoon
sanwar gai hoon
jab se pyaar kiya hai
teri nazar ki dhoop hai jis ne mujh ko roop diya hai
nikhar gai hoon
sanwar gai hoon
jab se pyaar kiya hai
sach to ye hai sanam
hai ye tera karam
hosh saara ganvaa ke deewaani chali
taal pe jab ye zindgani chali
taal pe jab ye zindgani chali
hum hain deewaane
ye kahaani chali
oo oo oo oo oo
aaa aaa aaa aaa aaa

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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आ॰॰आ आ॰॰आ आ॰॰आ
आ॰॰आ आ॰॰आ
हा॰॰ये
हो ओ

ताल पे जब ये ज़िंदगानी चली
ताल पे जब ये ज़िंदगानी चली
हम हैं दीवाने
हम हैं दीवाने
ये कहानी चली
ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ
आ आ आ आ आ

ताल पे जब ये ज़िंदगानी चली
ताल पे जब ये ज़िंदगानी चली
हम हैं दीवाने
हम हैं दीवाने
ये कहानी चली
ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ
आ आ आ आ आ

[सरगम]

ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ
आ आ आ आ आ आ

तेरी नज़र की धूप है जिसने मुझको रूप दिया है
निखर गई हूँ
संवर गई हूँ
जबसे प्यार किया है
तेरी नज़र की धूप है जिसने मुझको रूप दिया है
निखर गई हूँ
संवर गई हूँ
जबसे प्यार किया है
सच तो ये है सनम
है ये तेरा करम
होश सारा गंवा के दीवानी चली
ताल पे जब ये ज़िंदगानी चली
ताल पे जब ये ज़िंदगानी चली
हम हैं दीवाने
ये कहानी चली
ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ
आ आ आ आ आ


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.

Blog Day :

4923 Post No. : 16758 Movie Count :

4560

#The Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 157 # Missing Films of 1972 -02#
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Today’s song is from the movie ‘Bahaaron Phool Barsaao’. This movie is a making a debut on the blog today, and it is one of the movies from the year 1972 that was missing from the blog till now. Alphabetically this is the eighteenth movie of 1972 as per HFGK Vol-V (1971-1980).

Following is the alphabetical list of the first 18 movies of 1972, along with the blog status.

 

S. No. Movie Title Director Music Director Passed by Censor Board No of Songs on the Blog No of Songs as per HFGK
1 Aakraant Girish Vaidya Jagat Singh 07.12.1972 0 No Information
2 Aanbaan Prakash Mehra Shankar-Jaikishan 15.04.1972 6 6
3 Aankh Michouli Ramanna Shankar-Jaikishan 26.04.1972 2 5
4 Aankhon Aankhon Mein Raghunath Jhalani Shankar-Jaikishan 05.04.1972 6 6
5 Achchhaa Buraa Mohammad Hussain Rajkamal 05.07.1972 1 4
6 Annadaataa Asit Sen Salil Chaudhary 19.04.1972 6 6
7 Anokhaa Daan Asit Sen Salil Chaudhary 22.12.1972 5 5
8 Anokhaa Milan Jagannath Chatterjee Salil Chaudhary 26.06.1972 2 2
9 Anokhi Pehchaan Satyen Bose Kalyanji-Anandji 17.08.1972 1 5
10 Anuraag Shakti Samanta S.D. Burman 22.11.1972 6 5
11 Aparaadh Feroz Khan Kalyanji-Anandji 18.04.1972 2 5
12 Apnaa Desh Jambu R.D. Burman 28.03.1972 6 6
13 Baabul Ki Galiyaan Satya Dev Narang Ravi 01.08.1972 2 5
14 Baankelaal Ratan Kumar Pardesi 30.08.1972 1 8
15 Baawarchi Hrishikesh Mukherjee Madan Mohan 30.06.1972 6 6
16 Baazigar Thakur Karunesh Sapan-Jagmohan 05.08.1972 2 4
17 Bachche Mere Saathi T.N. Babu M.S. Vishwanathan 17.11.1972 Songs Not Available 6
18 Bahaaron Phool Barsaao Umesh Mathur Rajan Pal 05.03.1972 Making a debut today 6

From the above table we can see that the songs for the very first movie of 1972 are so far not available. This movie is ‘Aakraant’.

Thereafter the fifth movie ‘Achchhaa Buraa’ has been introduced by us on the blog on 07.01.2022 and that takes us to next missing movie on the blog which is ‘Bachche Mere Saathi’. This movie is the seventeenth movie in this list alphabetically. I could not find the songs for this movie ‘Bachche Mere Saathi’ and I would request knowledgeable readers to throw light on this movie and its songs.

That brings us to the next movie which is ‘Bahaaron Phool Barsaao’. Today we introduce this movie from 1972 . I was not earlier aware of the songs of this movie and so far listened this today’s song while noting it down only.

Today’s movie ‘Bahaaron Phool Barsaao’ was directed by Umesh Mathur for Vasant Neerja Pictures, Bombay. The star cast of the film includes Anjana, Dheeraj Kumar, Sulochana, Sujata, Manvendra Chitnis, Roopali, Neelam, Pal Sharma, Radheshyam, Satyajit, Mubarak, Pardesi, Ved Bhushan, Nandu Rathi, Indira Bansal, Chandrima Bhaduri, Dhoomal, Master Sonu and others.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 05.03.1972.

This movie has six songs, and all are written by Qamar Jalalabadi. Music for this movie is composed by Rajan Pal. His name is new for me. From the  HFGK listings, it appears that this is the only film for which he has provided the music. I would request knowledgeable readers to throw light on him.

The list of songs in this movie is as given below (as provided in HFGK).

S. No. Song Title Singer/s
01 Jo tum chaahte ho tumhen bhool jaayen Suman Kalyanpur
02 Rangeen thha mera pyaar abhi kal ki baat hai Yash Trikha
03 Sun sun sun o gulaab ki kali Mahendra Kapoor, Krishna Kalle, Yash Trikha.
04 Kitne hai piye jaam mujhe yaad nahin Yash Trikha
05 Suno ek baat sanam, man tora ishq Asha Bhonsle
06 O dharti ke chaand, laal mere so jaa Asha Bhonsle

Today’s song is sung by Suman Kalyanpur, and it is a nice song to listen.

I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on this movie and picturisation of the songs from this movie.

Let us now listen to the today’s song of which only the audio is available …

With this song the movie ‘Bahaaro Phool Barsaao’ makes its debut on the blog 😊

Song – Jo Tum Chaahte Ho Tumhen Bhool Jaayen (Bahaaro Phool Barsaao) (1972) Singer – Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics – Qamar Jalaalabaadi, MD – Rajan Pal

Lyrics

jo tum chaahte ho
tumhen bhool jaayen ae
to yaadon se kehdo ke
wo bhi naa aayen ae ae
jo tum chaahte ho
tumhen bhool jaayen ae

jahaan milke gaaye thhe
ulfat ke naghme ae
jahaan milke gaaye ae thhe
ulfat ke naghme ae ae
wo manzar tujhe de rahe hain
sadaaien
to yaadon se kehdo ke
wo bhi naa aayen
jo tum chaahte ho
tumhen bhool jaayen ae

mitey ham to kya hai ae
sadaa khush raho tum
mitey ham to kya hai ae
sadaa khush raho tum
hamaare labon par
yahin hai duaayen
to yaadon se kehdo ke
wo bhi naa aayen
jo tum chaahte ho
tumhen bhool jaayen ae
tumhen bhool jaayen ae
tumhen bhool jaayen ae

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir Kapur)
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जो तुम चाहते हो
तुम्हें भूल जाएँ
तो यादों से कह दो के
वो भी ना आयें
जो तुम चाहते हो
तुम्हें भूल जाएँ

जहां मिल के गाये थे
उलफत के नग़में
जहां मिल के गाये थे
उलफत के नग़में
वो मंज़र तुम्हें दे रहे हैं सदाएँ
तो यादों से कह दो के
वो भी ना आयें
जो तुम चाहते हो
तुम्हें भूल जाएँ

मिटे हम तो क्या है
सदा खुश रहो तुम
मिटे हम तो क्या है
सदा खुश रहो तुम
हमारे लबों पर
यही हैं दुआएं
तो यादों से कह दो के
वो भी ना आयें
जो तुम चाहते हो
तुम्हें भूल जाएँ
तुम्हें भूल जाएँ
तुम्हें भूल जाएँ


This article is written by Sudhir, 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 : 3498 Post No. : 14056

Missing Films of 1960s – 58
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1966 and 1967 appears to be very fertile years, as far as discovering obscure films and songs is concerned. I start searching for the films from these years, and I continue finding films and songs that seem to have been lost in time. A good number of them have already appeared online in one form or another. But there is still a good set that seem to be as yet unavailable online.

Today’s film – ‘Sheba And Hercules’ from 1967, is one of them. After some earlier comments from some readers on the blog and also some followers on YouTube, which corrected my statement about the song being posted for the first time, I try to be more cautious, and apply more effort to search the song before posting. So for this song today, I searched using many different options, but I am not able to trace any song of this film online. But I do not claim that the song is making a debut online, because I have been held in error of such statements before. So I will say that as far as my searches could show, I did not find this film and this song online as yet.

The name of the film itself indicates an obscure and a lost film. As dear Arun ji has also noted in one of his articles earlier, we can depend on the producers of Hindi films to create links across histories and across geographies; even to the extent of combining factual history and fictional characters. This endeavor to connect and to integrate disparate persona, events and aeons, is really ‘commendable’ – these producers and these films are working towards not just national integration, but also international integration. These producers deserve a big applause for their effort. 🙂

Case in point is this film. I am going by the title – since I have no clue as to the content and the storyline of the film. Hercules is a Roman God whose stories are part of the Roman Mythology. Incidentally, in Greek mythology also, a similar Hero/God appears, with a slightly altered name – Heracles. There are many similarities in the stories of these two, across these two cultures.

Queen Sheba is very much a historical persona, whose details are found in Biblical history, and from there connects are found in Jewish and Islamic history also. There is archaeological evidence that also supports this historical records. Sheba was the Queen of the kingdom of Saba – area in the southern Arabic peninsula that is current day Yemen. Her historical record is contemporaneous with King Solomon, who was the king of Israel in circa 970-931 BC. There is a detailed record of Queen Sheba’s visit to Israel, accompanied by a grand retinue, and of bringing many gifts of spices, dry fruits and other items, loaded on camels. The Jewish history records that the spices brought by Queen Sheba were of the type never seen and used before in Israel. There is a record of their conversations, in which Sheba asks many questions from Solomon, who is considered to be the wisest man who ever lived on this earth. After being satisfied with the answers she receives, she returns to her lands. Historians have recorded this visit as one of the earliest examples of a trade and cultural exchange delegation going from one nation to another.

But I digress. The point I am trying to arrive at is the these two mythological / historical personae – Hercules and Sheba – could never have possibly been contemporaneous in person. However, still, the producers of Hindi films have found a happy meeting ground for these two, in the film titled ‘Sheba And Hercules’. I would request other readers and friends to please add some information about the storyline of this film.

The film is a costume drama produced under the banner of Meena Films, Bombay and is directed by BS Chaudhry. The star cast includes Randhawa, Vijaya Chaudhary, Indira, Heeralal, Kamal Mehra, Tuntun, Rajan Kapoor, Trilok Singh, and Saudagar Singh amongst others. Geet Kosh tells us that there are six songs in this film. All songs have been written by Raja Mehdi Ali Khan and the music is by a gentleman named Chandan. Now this is a name that I have not encountered before. As I tried to look through the Geet Kosh, I am not able to locate any other reference to this name as a music director. Quite likely, this person, as many others who have given music in one or two films, would probably have been an assistant music director, and then got a chance to try his hand as an independent artist. But after one outing, did not get any more work in the industry.

The singing voice in this song is of Krishna Kalle. This is a song of ‘expression of love’, in which the lady is expressing her magnanimity that she is a benefactor, and that as a favor unto him, she has fallen in love with the gentleman to whom this song is being addressed. Now that is quite a thought. 🙂

So with this song, the film ‘Sheba And Hercules’ makes a debut on our blog. And so does the music director Chandan. I would request other knowledgeable readers and friends to please add more information about this film, and the music director.

Song – Jaao Ji Tum Pe Hum Merbaan Ho Gaye  (Sheba And Hercules) (1967) Singer – Krishna Kalle, Lyrics – Raja Mehdi Ali Khan, MD – Chandan

Lyrics

jaao ji

jaao ji
tum pe hum merbaan ho gaye
jaao ji
tum pe hum merbaan ho gaye
pyaar machla. . .
pyaar machla iraade jawaan ho gaye
jaao ji
jaao ji
tum pe hum merbaan ho gaye

ji machalta khamosh kaise rahen
ji machalta khamosh kaise rahen
tum se sharma ab aur kya kya kahen
tum se sharma ab aur kya kya kahen
haaye kya kya kahen
haaye zaalim
dil ke saare
dil ke saar afsaane bayaan ho gaye
jaao ji
jaao ji
tum pe hum merbaan ho gaye
jaao ji
tum pe hum merbaan ho gaye

kis ne tum se kaha door hum se raho
kis ne tum se kaha door hum se raho
mere dil ki suno  apne dil ki kaho
mere dil ki suno  apne dil ki kaho
aji dil ki kaho
haaye qaatil
tum to khamoshiyon
tum to khamoshiyon ki zubaan ho gaye
jaao ji
jaao ji
tum pe hum merbaan ho gaye
jaao ji
tum pe hum merbaan ho gaye

aaj allah kasam hum nahin hosh mein
aaj allah kasam hum nahin hosh mein
tum ko le lenge palkon ki aaghosh mein
tum ko le lenge palkon ki aaghosh mein
haaye aaghosh mein
haaye
aaj laila
aaj laila ki hum dastaan ho gaye
jaao ji
jaao ji
tum pe hum merbaan ho gaye

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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जाओ जी

जाओ जी
तुम पे हम मेरबाँ हो गए
जाओ जी
तुम पे हम मेरबाँ हो गए
प्यार मचला॰॰॰
प्यार मचला इरादे जवां हो गए
जाओ जी
जाओ जी
तुम पे हम मेरबाँ हो गए

जी मचलता है खामोश कैसे रहें
जी मचलता है खामोश कैसे रहें
तुमसे शर्मा अब और क्या क्या कहें
तुमसे शर्मा अब और क्या क्या कहें
हाए क्या क्या कहें
हाए ज़ालिम
दिल के सारे
दिल के सारे फसाने ब्याँ हो गए
जाओ जी
जाओ जी
तुम पे हम मेरबाँ हो गए
जाओ जी
तुम पे हम मेरबाँ हो गए

किसने तुमसे कहा दूर हमसे रहो
किसने तुमसे कहा दूर हमसे रहो
मेरे दिल की सुनो अपने दिल की कहो
मेरे दिल की सुनो अपने दिल की कहो
अजी दिल की कहो
हाए क़ातिल
तुम तो खामोशीयों
तुम तो खामोशीयों की ज़ुबाँ हो गए
जाओ जी
जाओ जी
तुम पे हम मेरबाँ हो गए
जाओ जी
तुम पे हम मेरबाँ हो गए

आज अल्लाह कसम हम नहीं होश में
आज अल्लाह कसम हम नहीं होश में
तुमको ले लेंगे पलकों की आग़ोश में
तुमको ले लेंगे पलकों की आग़ोश में
हाए आग़ोश में
हह हाए
आज लैला
आज लैला की हम दास्ताँ हो गए
जाओ जी
जाओ जी
तुम पे हम मेरबाँ हो गए


This article is written by Sudhir, 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 : 3487 Post No. : 14004

As I am searching for a song to make the debut post for today, my mind goes to check the anniversaries page, and I find that today is the anniversary of passing away of Pt Shivram. This gives me an impetus and I start exploring the films for which Pt Shivram has composed the music. After going thru the list of his films, as given in the Geet Kosh, I find that although his work in Hindi cinema is confined to about 23 films, there still are some of his films that are not yet represented on our blog. So I search thru his pending films, and I come across this obscure film, albeit from a major banner.

The film is ‘Phool Aur Kaliyan’ from 1960, and it is produced by V Shantaram for his own banner – Rajkamal Kala Mandir. From the descriptions that I am able to locate, this is a children’s film. The unique distinction that this film carries is that it is the first children’s film to receive the National Award in the then newly created category of children’s films.

The director of the film is Ram Gabale. The songs of this film are penned by Bharat Vyas, and the music, yes, is by Pt Shivram. The list of actors as per the Geet Kosh, reads like – Radhika, Uma Dutt, Shaamlal, Daljeet, Bhagwan, Kiran, P N Bali, Somdutt, Moti Bai, R Khanna, Shakeela Bano Bhopali, Rani, Premlata, and George.

My plan was to also provide a brief bio sketch of Pt Shivram. As I scouted the net for gathering information, I came across a blog post by Aditya Pant ji, on his blog ‘Parwaaz e Khwaahish’. This blog post is dedicated to Pt Shivram. As I read through this blog, and checked out the reference materials listed, I find that I could not have done anything more or any better a job that this. I would encourage all readers to please also visit this blog (https://urgetofly.blogspot.in/2015/12/remembering-pandit-shivram-krishna.html), and read this very well researched and equally well written biosketch.

The interesting thing is about the singing voices. For this film, Pt Shivram has got three of the four songs in the film, to be sung by the daughters of V Shantaram – Madhura and Charusheela. This particular song is sung by Madhura Shantaram.

The song is a very wonderful and a very poignant one, albeit a very inspirational song. Keeping in with the spirit of the film being a children’s film, this song is a song of encouragement and motivation. It tells about the difficulties that one is bound to face in life. But with patience and faith, one will surely overcome all such difficulties. A superb song for children.

With this post, now the 1960 film ‘Phool Aur Kaliyan’ makes its debut on our blog.

 

Song – Mann Re Mat Ro, Kal Aayega Tera Savera  (Phool Aur Kaliyan) (1960) Singer – Madhura Shantaram, Lyrics – Bharat Vyas, MD – Pt Shivram

Lyrics

mann re
mat ro
kal aayega tera savera
mann re
mat ro
kal aayega tera savera
mann re. . .

aas ka taar
bada naazuk hai
aas ka taar
bada naazuk hai
nahin tootne dena. . .
peer jagat ki sehna
dheeraj nahin chhootne dena
mann re
mat ro
kal aayega tera savera
mann re
mat ro
kal aayega tera savera
mann re. . .

is jeevan mein
daata ne to
is jeevan mein
daata ne to
sukh dukh dono baante
jitne phool aur kaliyaan hain
utne hi hain kaante
mann re
mat ro
kal aayega tera savera
mann re
mat ro
kal aayega tera savera
mann re. . .

aansoo ke dhaagon se pagle
aansoo ke dhaagon se pagle
bhaavon kyon seena
jeevan ek kasauti hai
tu hanste hanste jeena
mann re
mat ro
kal aayega tera savera
mann re
mat ro
kal aayega tera savera
mann re. . .

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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मन रे
मत रो
कल आएगा तेरा सवेरा
मन रे
मत रो
कल आएगा तेरा सवेरा
मन रे॰॰॰

आस का तार
बड़ा नाज़ुक है
आस का तार
बड़ा नाज़ुक है
नहीं टूटने देना॰॰॰
पीर जगत की सहना
धीरज नहीं छूटने देना
मन रे
मत रो
कल आएगा तेरा सवेरा
मन रे
मत रो
कल आएगा तेरा सवेरा
मन रे॰॰॰

इस जीवन में
दाता ने तो
इस जीवन में
दाता ने तो
दुख सुख दोनों बांटे
जितने फूल और कलियाँ हैं
उतने ही हैं कांटे
मन रे
मत रो
कल आएगा तेरा सवेरा
मन रे
मत रो
कल आएगा तेरा सवेरा
मन रे॰॰॰

आँसू के धागों से पगले
आँसू के धागों से पगले
भावों को क्यों सीना
जीवन एक कसौटी है
तू हँसते हँसते जीना
मन रे
मत रो
कल आएगा तेरा सवेरा
मन रे
मत रो
कल आएगा तेरा सवेरा
मन रे॰॰॰


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. This is the 13700th post for the blog and 1000th post as a lyricist for Rajinder Krishan

Century posts in this blog are quite frequent. There have been 136 such centuries already as far songs in the blog are concerned. We also have centuries by artists (quite frequent) as well as by contributors (a bit less frequent).

Thousandth post, whether they are for the blog, or the artists or the contributors are quite rare though. There have been only 13 such occasions for the blog. Only five artists and two contributors have completed their set of thousand posts in the blog.
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This article is written by Mahesh Mamadapur, 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.

Mukesh and his co-singers – 4
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A song recorded and composed by Roshan in 1950, was the topic of discussion on a TV program nearly 5 decades later. The singer (judge on the show) was requested by none other than Anil Biswas, to sing a few lines of the famous song. The specific reference was to the word “ib” in the song “Sun Bairi Balam Sach Bol Re Ib Kyaa Hoga” from ‘Bawre Nain’ (1950). She rendered the song in an effortless manner without any background music. It is difficult to believe that she could sing so well at the spur of the moment.
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This article is written by Sudhir, 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.This is his 1000th writeup in the blog

Songs to Tickle Your Memory – 32
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hazaaron khwaahishen aisi
ke har khwaahish pe dam nikle
bahut nikle mere armaan
magar phir bhi kam nikle

roz aise hi hota hai, it happens almost every day. Every day, there is a song that comes to mind, or a song that someone reminds me of, or a ‘new’ old song that I get to hear – a song that is not yet on the blog, or maybe not yet online even. There is an immediate urge, a rush to sit down at my desk and finger type a new post on my laptop. And also upload it online, if need be. Many a time I even start it. The melody continues to hum in the mind. Always overlaid on to another melody that is now a fixture in the backdrop, a melody that you have heard me mention often in my writings – ye hansta hua kaarvan zindagi ka na poochho chala hai kidhar
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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 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.

#The Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 4 # Suresh Rajvanshi -1
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The journey through the HFGK is  getting more excited and thrilling day by day, though so far I have been able to glance through only the few preliminary years of this decade 1971-1980.  And I am realizing that apart from ‘Bhoole Bisre Geet’ we do also have some ‘Bhoole Bisre Artists’, like the singer of this song that is being presented today.
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This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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.

Almost every person has a Photo Album,with his photos of childhood,marriage,office,friends,relatives etc. Human nature is such that we wish to capture the ” FIRSTS ” in our life through memories and photographs. Your First close friend, first day of married life,first day of Job etc. In olden days, this was not a routine, so many senior citizen do not have their childhood or schooldays photos. This shortcoming is well compensated now, with photos of sons, grandsons etc. Son’s First Birthday or his First walk etc are carefully recorded and they serves as source of pleasure whenever browse through them.
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This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog.

The general memory of the 1969 movie, Saat Hindustaani, is linked to the fact that it was the debut movie for Amitabh Bachhan. However, in my mind, this movie is more associated with the writer director Khwaja Ahmed Abbas or KA Abbas. The Wikipeadia page on Abbas Saab contains very interesting information about this personality, e.g. fact like his family tree is traced back to Ayub Ansari, a close associate of Prophet Mohammed, and that his grandfather was one of the prominent soldiers in the 1857 uprising against the Britishers and a martyr, sentenced to be blown on a cannon, and that Abbas Saab is the great great great grandfather of Shahid Kapoor. Besides these familial facts, Abbas Saab has been a prolific writer and journalist, and a noted story writer and film maker in Hindi Cinema. His column ‘Last Page’ in ‘Blitz’, the Bombay based newspaper, ran from 1935 to 1987, the longest running column in the history of Indian journalism. He wrote 73 books in Hindi, Urdu and English, and is considered as one of the premier Urdu short story writers of the 20th century.
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