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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 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 :

4445 Post No. : 15895

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This Week, That Year – 3
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13Sep – 19Sep, 2010
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Blog ten year challenge (2010-2020)- Song Number 81
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OK, so finally ‘Anmol Ghadi’ got yippeee’d this week, on the very first day of the week. And Atul ji, still waiting for you to clear the mystery behind this yippeee.

Once again, a very prolific week, the pace of post updates continues in full swing. Except that one day this week, we scored only a single. But for the rest of the week, it was all sixes with one extra run from an overthrow.

The blog scored 38 posts this week. Of these 38, we had only one guest post for the week – by Santosh Ojha ji. A total of 36 films made their appearance, with two films scoring two appearances each. We had 1 film that reached yippeee status. A whopping 15 films made their debut this week. That is close to almost half the films that got featured that week.  Since that week was done with, of the 36 films featured, 26 films have been formally and fully yippeee’d. Ten of them are still awaiting their numbers to be fully showcased. Given below is the detailed chart for the week. You will notice a new column and new notations today. I will explain them later in this write up.

Blog Ten Year Challenge (2010-2020) Series
Sl.No. Movie Name Year HFGK NoS ASAD NoS Possible LFe Deb/Yip Milestone Film Status Pending
13-Sep-10
1 Anmol Ghadi 1946 12 12 Y Yippeee’d
2 Ghoonghat 1960 10 6 Pending 4
3 Aashiq 1962 8 8 Yippeee’d
4 Around The World 1967 9 9 D Yippeee’d
5 Night In London 1967 7 7 Yippeee’d
6 Kismat 1968 5 5 Yippeee’d
14-Sep-10
1 Sagaai 1951 9 9 D Yippeee’d
15-Sep-10
1 Daastaan 1950 9 9 Yippeee’d
2 Lakeerein 1954 11 5 D Pending 6
3 Shama Parwaana 1954 11 11 Yippeee’d
4 Sarhad 1960 7 6 D Pending 1
5 Zabak 1961 8 8 Yippeee’d
6 Kal Aaj Aur Kal 1971 6 3 D Pending 3
7 Kaala Patthar 1979 6 6 D Yippeee’d
16-Sep-10
1 Daastaan 1950 9 9 Yippeee’d
2 Mukhda 1951 11 9 2 D Yc ? 2 LFe
3 Begunaah 1957 6 6 D Yippeee’d
4 Jaal 1967 6 6 Yippeee’d
5 Patthar Ke Sanam 1967 7 7 Yippeee’d
6 Khushboo 1975 4 4 Yippeee’d
17-Sep-10
1 Vidyapati 1937 13 13 Yippeee’d
2 Meena Baazaar 1950 12 12 D Yippeee’d
3 Darwaaza 1954 8 5 D Pending 3
4 Maai Baap 1957 6 6 D Yippeee’d
5 Zindagi Ya Toofaan 1958 10 9 Pending 1
6 Andaaz 1971 6 6 D Yippeee’d
18-Sep-10
1 Paraayi Aag 1948 8 8 D Yippeee’d
2 Poonam 1952 9 9 Yippeee’d
3 Maai Baap 1957 6 6 Yippeee’d
4 Hercules 1964 6 1 D Pending 5
5 Dil Ne Phir Yaad Kiya 1966 10 10 Yippeee’d
6 Ummeed 1971 7 7 D Yippeee’d
19-Sep-10
1 Shabnam 1949 10 10 Yippeee’d
2 Aan 1952 11 11 Yippeee’d
3 Milaap 1955 8 8 Yippeee’d
4 Chaand Mere Aaja 1960 7 6.5 Pending 1
5 Sahib Bibi aur Ghulaam 1962 8 7 1 Yc ? 1 LFe
6 Sharaarat 1972 6 7 Yippeee’d

You may notice that I used the phrase ‘formally and fully’ to qualify the yippeee status of the films. The reason I used this phrase is the following. As we are making progress towards our ideal of bringing on board all the Hindi film songs, we do find ourselves against certain difficult limitations. These have to do with – one, non availability of certain songs, and two, erroneous or missing information about some films and songs. I will highlight these situations as we progressively face them. For this week, here are the difficult situations that I came across.

The first one is the film ‘Mukhdaa’ from 1951. This film debuted on our blog on 16th Sep ten years back. The film has 11 songs, as per the Geet Kosh listings. We have located and posted 9 of them over the past decade. The remaining two are practically untraceable. Firstly, of the 11 songs listed, one was never put on a gramophone record, as the producers planned for and contracted with HMV for only 5 discs, which means 10 songs in all. The song at serial no. 6 – “Dekho Jee Pehli Baar, Kiya Hai Tumse Pyaar” was never released on a gramophone record. Then comes a footnote in the Geet Kosh which states that one record, N36900 was ordered, but then cancelled later on. It never got published, although the songs were recorded. This record was supposed to carry the two songs at serial no. 3 – “Mehlon Ke Rehne Waale Mehlon Mein Hans Rahe Hain” and serial no. 7 – “Poochhiye Na Haal Jee, Palle Nahin Maal Jee”. So that would mean that we should have 3 missing songs and not 2.

But wait, here is one more interesting twist in the story. It seems that after cancelling the publication of the record N36900, the producers went ahead and commissioned one more record, with number N50008. Looking at the huge gap in the series number of the records, it is clear that the latter record (N50008) was ordered much later than 1951. Strangely, this newly ordered record now carried the song at serial no. 7 – “Poochhiye Na Haal. . .” and the song at serial no. 10 – “Jaa Teri Meri, Meri Teri”. This latter song at serial no. 10 was already published and is available as one side of the record with number N36870, the flip side of which carries the song at serial no. 5 – “Neele Se Dupatte Pe Hain Peeli Peeli Dhaariyaan”. The net outcome of these, what I shall call – confusing decisions – is that the song at serial no. 10 – “Jaa Teri Meri. . .” is now available on two distinct published gramophone records for this film. And the song at serial no. 3 – “Mehlon Ke Rehne Waale. . .” has got lost, probably forever. The saving grace is that the song at serial no. 7 – “Poochhiye Na Haal Jee. . .” is now available. It might also have been lost forever, but for this confusing set of decisions, which saved this song for posterity. And so the songs at serial no. 6 (this one not planned at all for release on gramophone record) and the song at serial no. 3 (unpublished due to cancellation of one gramophone record), are likely never going to surface. They may still be existing on some original spool tapes from the original recordings, and/or they may be on the soundtrack of the film. However, since both these items are not yet available in public domain, and with very little likelhood that they will make an appearance in the future, we could label them as LFe (Lost Forever). That does leave us two songs short of ever declaring this film as yippeee’d.

Coming to the second similar instance, also from this week. The film is ‘Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam’ from 1962. It had made its debut on our blog on 23rd Dec, 2008. The seventh song of this film was posted on 24th Sep, 2011. Geet Kosh lists 8 songs for this film. The missing song is the one at serial no. 5 – “Sahil Ki Taraf Kashti Le Chal, Toofaan Ke Thapede Sehna Kya”. As per the listing, this song was recorded in the voice of Hemant Kumar. This song never got published on a gramophone record. Now eight total songs will completely fit on 4 gramophone discs. But the producer seems to have taken a decision to completely omit this song. In fact, the song at serial no. 6 – “Bhanwra Bada Naadaan Haaye”, makes appearance on two gramophone discs nos. N54036 and N54038, while the above mentioned song in Hemant Kumar’s voice has been completely axed from any publication. It does not exist in the film. The film information booklet lists this song, and that is just about it. Here is one more case where a song qualifies to be labeled as LFe. And that also leaves the film ‘Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam’ one song short of being declared as yippeee’d.

Based on the above discussed circumstances, these two films will never reach the Yippeee status. So I have a proposal here to address this situation. In the face of such stern circumstances, I propose that we introduce a Yippeee variant status – ‘Conditional Yippeee’ – to be indicated as ‘Yc’ in our charts and tables. In such cases, when we come to the conclusion that it is (almost) impossible that one or more songs of a certain film will ever be traced, we may declare that film to be Conditinally Yippeee’d, once all the possibly available songs are accounted for on our blog. The proposal is presented for consideration of the team, and I would request other members to please present their views and comments. In the table above of the week’s status ten years ago, I am provisionally marking these two films as ‘Yc’, pending agreement by the team,

This week we have one more case of a partial missing song in a multi part / multi version scenario. In the case of the film ‘Chaand Mere Aaja’ from 1957. The main theme song of the film – “Chaand Ko Dekho Ji” / “Chaand Mere Aa Ja Re” – has one additional part, identified as the sad version. Details of this part are provided by dear Prakash ji, including the additional lyrics. Just that we as editors have not yet gotten around to update the post itself. In fact, the HFGK listing shows 7 songs, which include this sad version of the song. This sad version of the song is not released on gramophone discs, and is available only from the film itself. My effort is to get this post updated within a day, and be able to change the pending status of this film from ‘0.5’ to ‘0’. And by the way, the Geet Kosh listing has one incomplete information relating to this song. It lists Lata Mangeshkar as the singer of this part. However, as we view the video, we find that this part is in the voices of both Rafi Sb and Lata ji.

Let me come to the song for today. This discussion on errors and limitations has become quite long. I also wanted to write about the film ‘Doctor’ of 1941 and the related info error in the Geet Kosh. I encountered this error the previous week. But I will write about it in the next episode of this series.

‘Hercules’ of 1964, has quite a dubious distinction to note. The first song, the debut of this film, came on board on 18th September, 2010. Today, I bring on board the second song of this film. Interesting that this film has been in hibernation for a full decade, despite the fact that there are some wonderful songs pending for this film. As is evidenced by the song in this post – a Helen dance song in a royal darbaar setting. The words come from the pen of Anand Bakshi, the music is from the mind of N Datta and the singing voice is Asha Bhosle. On screen we see Dara Singh, as Hercules, in chains, possibly being prepared for execution. Other actors we see in this not so clear a video clip, are Nishi, BM Vyas, Maruti Rao, Leela Misra, P Kailash and Indira Billi.

Helen’s performance is her usual self – so wonderfully elegant and graceful, even as she gives a sensuous performance. The ease with which she is coordinating the dance movements, the lip syncing, the facial expressions et al – she is a master class all by herself.

I request the readers to please do comment on the proposed ’Conditional Yippeee’ status and the associated notation introduced in this week’s chart. Thanks.

Video

Audio

Song – Na. . . Idhar Dekhna, Na. . . Udhar Dekhna  (Hercules) (1964) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Anand Bakshi, MD – N Datta

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)

naa..aaa..aaa..aaaa
idhar dekhnaa..aaa..aaa
naa..aaa..aaa..aaaa
udhar dekhnaa..aaa
kya ishaara
karegi
nazar dekhna
dekhna kya hota hai
dekhna kya hota hai
dekhna kya hota hai ae ae

kaun jaane
ke kya hona hai
muskuraana
ke mujhe rona hai
aaj ki shab
soch le mehfil
jaagnaa hai
ke bas sona hai
aankh lag
jaaye naa
bekhabar dekhna
dekhna kya hota hai
dekhna kya hota hai
dekhna kya hota hai ae ae
naa..aaa..aaa..aaaa
idhar dekhnaa..aaa..aaa
naa..aaa..aaa..aaaa
udhar dekhnaa..aaa
kya ishaara
karegi
nazar dekhna
dekhna kya hota hai
dekhna kya hota hai
dekhna kya hota hai ae ae

hum ne maana
ke sau pehre hain
ye andhere
bade gehre hain
saamne tez aftaabon ke
ye andhere
kabhi thehre hain
muskuraa
ke rahegi
seher dekhna
dekhna kya hota hai
dekhna kya hota hai
dekhna kya hota hai ae ae
naa..aaa..aaa..aaaa
idhar dekhnaa..aaa..aaa
naa..aaa..aaa..aaaa
udhar dekhnaa..aaa
kya ishaara
karegi
nazar dekhna
dekhna kya hota hai
dekhna kya hota hai
dekhna kya hota hai ae ae

aasmaan se
khabar aayi hai
ke qayaamat
idhar aayi hai
sab gunehgaar
kaanp utthe hain yoon
maut shaayad
nazar aayi hai
main jidhar
dekhoon saa..aare udhar dekhna
dekhna kya hota hai
dekhna kya hota hai
dekhna kya hota hai ae ae
naa..aaa..aaa..aaaa
idhar dekhnaa..aaa..aaa
naa..aaa..aaa..aaaa
udhar dekhnaa..aaa
kya ishaara
karegi
nazar dekhna
dekhna kya hota hai
dekhna kya hota hai
dekhna kya hota hai ae ae

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir Kapur)
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ना॰॰आs॰॰आs॰॰आs
इधर देखना॰॰आs॰॰आs
ना॰॰आs॰॰आs॰॰आs
उधर देखना॰॰आs॰॰आs
क्या इशारा
करेगी
नज़र देखना
देखना क्या होता है
देखना क्या होता है
देखना क्या होता है ए ए

कौन जाने
के क्या होना है
मुसकुराना
के मुझे रोना है
आज की शब
सोच ले महफिल
जागना है
के बस सोना है
आँख लग
जाये ना
बेखबर देखना
देखना क्या होता है
देखना क्या होता है
देखना क्या होता है ए ए
ना॰॰आs॰॰आs॰॰आs
इधर देखना॰॰आs॰॰आs
ना॰॰आs॰॰आs॰॰आs
उधर देखना॰॰आs॰॰आs
क्या इशारा
करेगी
नज़र देखना
देखना क्या होता है
देखना क्या होता है
देखना क्या होता है ए ए

हमने माना
के सौ पहरे हैं
ये अंधेरे
बड़े गहरे हैं
सामना तेज़ आफ़ताबों के
ये अंधेरे
कभी ठहरे हैं
मुस्कुरा
के रहेगी
सहर देखना
देखना क्या होता है
देखना क्या होता है
देखना क्या होता है ए ए
ना॰॰आs॰॰आs॰॰आs
इधर देखना॰॰आs॰॰आs
ना॰॰आs॰॰आs॰॰आs
उधर देखना॰॰आs॰॰आs
क्या इशारा
करेगी
नज़र देखना
देखना क्या होता है
देखना क्या होता है
देखना क्या होता है ए ए

आसमां से
खबर आई है
के क़यामत
इधर आई है
सब गुनहगार
काँप उठे हैं यूं
मौत शायद
नज़र आई है
मैं जिधर
देखूँ सा॰॰आरे उधर देखना
देखना क्या होता है
देखना क्या होता है
देखना क्या होता है ए ए
ना॰॰आs॰॰आs॰॰आs
इधर देखना॰॰आs॰॰आs
ना॰॰आs॰॰आs॰॰आs
उधर देखना॰॰आs॰॰आs
क्या इशारा
करेगी
नज़र देखना
देखना क्या होता है
देखना क्या होता है
देखना क्या होता है ए ए


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Blog Day :

4440 Post No. : 15885

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No. 78
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This day ten years ago viz 13 september 2010 saw six songs getting covered. The fist post appeared at 6:06 AM whereas the sixth and final post of the day appeared at 17:37 AM. Six songs posted within 91 minutes. That is called making short work of the daily blog target ! 🙂

Here are the details of the six songs discussed on 9 september 2010:-

Blog Post number Song Movie Year of release Remarks
2957 Man letaa hai angdaayi Anmol Ghadi 1946 YIPPEED
2958 Haay re insaan ki majbooriyaan Ghoonghat 1960 7 songs covered out of 10
2959 Jhanan jhanjhanaa ke apni paayal Aashiq 1962 YIPPEED
2960 Chale jaanaa zaraa thahro Multiple version song Around the world 1967 YIPPEED
2961 Ba hosho hawaas mein deewaanaa Night in London 1967 YIPPEED
2962 One two three baby yaa yaa yaa Kismat 1968 YIPPEED

As can be seen from the above table, five movies out of six whose songs were covered ten years ago have since been YIPPEED. “Anmol Ghadi”(1946) and “Kismat”(1968) got YIPPEED ten years back on this day viz on 13 september 2010 !

So, that leaves us with “Ghoonghat”(1960) as the sole movie eligible for today’s blog Ten year challenge.

As many as seven songs of “Ghoonghat”(1960) have been covered so far. Here are the details:-

Song Posted On
Laage naa moraa jiyaa 13.05.2009
Mori chham chham baaje paayaliyaa 14.05.2009
Kyaa kyaa nazaaren dikhaatin hai ankhiyaan 06.09.2009
Do nain milye do phool khiley 08.09.2010
Haay re insaan ki majbooriyaan 13.09.2010
Ye zindagi ka mausam aur ye samaa suhaanaa 24.03.2012
Meri pat raakho Giridhaari 8.09.2020

Here is the eighth song from Ghoonghat”(1960) to appear in the blog. This song is a stage dance performance song. It is sung by Asha Bhonsle and it is picturised on Helen and others. No, it is not a cabarat song, rather it is a proper desi dance performance, where Helen lip syncs in not just Hindi but also in Tamil, Bangla and Punjabi, accompanied by the appropriate regional dances as well.

The picturisation shows Helen and others on stage. Dancing legend Gopi Krishna also joins during the Tamil part of the song.

The audience seated in the front row include Pradeep Kumar, Bina Rai, Minu Mumtaz etc.

Shakeel Badayuni is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ravi.

Lyrics of the song were sent to me by Prakashchandra, who has done a gallant job in attempting to note down the lyrics of all the languages. I request our knowledgeable readers to help suggest corrections in the lyrics wherever applicable.

video link (Full)

audio link part 1

audio link part 2nd

Song-Dil na kahin lagaana zaalim hai ye zamaana (Ghoonghat)(1960) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Shakeel Badayuni, MD-Ravi

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

dil na kahin lagaana
zaalim hai ye zamanaa
dil na kahin lagaana
zaalim hai ye zamanaa
pyaar koi jo kare duniya kare haa…aa aa aaye
dil na kahin lagaana
zaalim hai ye zamaanaa
pyar koi jo kare duniya kare

haayye
dil na kahin lagaanaa
zaalim hai ye zamaanaa..aaa

raste mein ik din mila mujhe ik dilwaala
raste mein ik din mila mujhe ik dilwaala
kehne laga woh teri ankhiyon ka main hoon matwaala
main ne na jaana
mujhe dekhe hai zamaanaa
main to masti mein gaane lagi
yeroo putti puwwaayye inne chinanney
mmm….tongammillam perumme inne chinanney
yeroo putti puwwaayye inne chinanney
mmm….tungammillam perumme inne chinanney
yeroo putti puwwaayye inne chinanney
(haaan…aaan…aaan…aaannn )
mmm….tungammillam perumme inne chinanney( aaan…aaan…aaan…aaannn )

duniya daraane lagi
baatein banaane lagi
bhaagi rey main to apni jaan bachaa..aaaye/bachaa
dil na kahin lagaana
zaalim hai ye zamaana
pyar koi jo kare duniya kare

haa..aayye
dil na kahin lagaanaa
zaalim hai ye zamanaa

raste mein ek din mila mujhe baanka ik chhailaa
raste mein ek din mila mujhe baanka ik chhailaa
kehne lagaa woh tere saamne to chandaa bhi hai maila
main ne na jaana mujhe dekhe hai zamanaa
main to masti mein gaane lagi
tumee jey aamaar
o go tumee jey aamaar
kaane kaane shudho
ek baar bolo
tumi jey aamaar aar
tumi jey aamaar (shotti go oo ooo o o o)
o go tumi jey amaar (oo oooo oooo ooo)
tumi jey amaar(oo oooo oooo ooo)
o go tumi jey amaar (oo oooo oooo ooo)

duniya daraane lagi
baatein banaane lagi
bhaagi rey main to apni jaan bachaa.. aa aaye
dil na kahin lagaana
zaalim hai ye zamaanaa
pyar koi jo kare duniya kare

haayye haayye ae
dil na kahin lagaanaa
zaalim hai ye zamaanaa

raste mein ik din mila mujhe ik albela
raste mein ik din mila mujhe ik albela
kehne lagaa o beli tere bina dil hai akela
maine na jaanaa mujhe dekhe hai zamaana
main to masti mein gaane lagi
heyye
hadippa hadippa adippaa
balley balley balley balley balley balley ae

oyye kuwen wakirey waaliyaan
main kehniyaan
kar chhatri di chhaaon mein chhaa vikhaawe bainiyaan aan
oyye kunwen wakirey waaliyaan
main kehniyaan
kar chhatri di chhaaon mein chhaa vikhaawe bainiyaan aan

oyye kunwe wakirey waaliyaan aan aan aan
ho o o o hoo o o o ho o oo o o o o
oyye kunwen wakire waaliyaan sunnnn kikraaawein
kikra laayeen bahaar mele mitraa den aen aen aen
oyye kunwen wakire waaliyaan ?? kikraaawein
kikra laayi bahaar mele mitraawein aen aen

oyye oyye oyye oyye oyye oyye oyye oyye oyye oyye oyye oyye
balley balley balley balley balley balley ae ae
oyye oyye oyye oyye
oooooooooo
hadippa hadippa hadippa hadippa hadippa
balley balley balley balley ae ae
o o o o o o o o oo
balley balley
oyye oyye oyye oo oooooo


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Blog Day :

4437 Post No. : 15878

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No. 75
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This date ten years ago (viz 10 september 2010) saw things going to plan. Six songs were discussed on that day. First post appeared at 7 :35 AM and tghe sixth post was published at 9:42 AM.

Here are the details of the six songs (from six different movies):-

Blog post number Song Movie- Year Remarks
2939 Main dil mein dard basaa laayi Anmol Ghadi 1946 YIPPEED
2940 Hamko tumhaaraa hi aasraa Multiple version song Saajan 1947 YIPPEED
2941 Apni nazar se door wo Bazaar 1949 15 songs covered out of 16. Final song not available
2942 Peechhe peechhe aakar chhoo lo hamen paakar House No 44 1955 YIPPEED
2943 Suljhaao na uljhi zulfon ko Girl’s Hostel 1962 4 songs covered out of 6
2944 Ye jawaani hai deewaani Jawaani Deewaani 1972 YIPPEED

Four out of six movies that were taken up ten years ago on this date have been YIPPEED by now. Out of the remaining two movies, “Baazaar” (1949) has 16 movies and 15 of them are covered,. Thge remaining one song (Nazar se mil hi jaayegi nazar aahista aahistaa) could not be located so far, and therefore tyhis movie is still upYIPPEED.

That leaves us with “Girls’ Hostel”(1962). This movie had made its debut in the blog ten years ago. So far four songs (out of six) have been covered in the blog. Here are their details:-

Song Date
Suljhaao na uljhi zulfon ko 10 september 2010
Ye haseen raat ye bahaar ye samaan 10 December 2010
Bartan kalai karaa lo 20 October 2012
Idhar bhi haseena udhar bhi haseena 4 January 2016

This movie was Produced by Babu Bhai Desai and Ravindra Dave and directed by Ravindra Dave. The movie had Nalini Jaywant, Ajit, Johnny Walker, Shamlal, Chand Burque, Cuckoo, Kanchan, Madhu, Nagpal, Nasreen, Radha Bai, Triza, Ulfat, Tina etc in it.

Today, as “blog Ten Year Challenge”, here is the fifth song from “Girls’ Hostel”(1962) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Gulshan Baawra is the lyricist (as can be seen from the label on the record for this song in the link). Music is composed by Ravi.

Only the audio of this rare song is available. Going by the sounds of it, and considering the star cast, this song could well have been picturised on Cuckkoo as a club dance song. I request our knopwledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.


Song-Main akeli mere dildaar bahot (Girls’ Hostel)(1962) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Gulshan Bawra, MD-Ravi

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

main akeli mere dildaar bahot
meri ulfat ke hain beemaar bahot
meri aankhon ne laakhon dilon pe hai jaadu kiyaa aa
main akeli mere dildaar bahot
meri ulfat ke hain beemaar bahot
meri aankhon ne laakhon dilon pe hai jaadu kiyaa aaa
main akeli mere dildaar bahot

koi kahey mujhpe rehem keejiye
koi kahey aissey na situm kijeeye ae
koi kahey mujhpe rehem keejiye
koi kahey aissey na situm kijeeye
kabhi maine kissi pe qasam se sitam na kiyaa..aaa haayye
main akeli mere dildaar bhhot
ru roo roo roo ru
ru roo roo roo ru

aeyye

jiss ko bhi dekha maine hanske zaraa..aaa
uss ne hi poochha mere ghar ka pataa
jissko bhi dekha maine hanske zaraa
uss ne hi poochha mere ghar ka pata
aissi baatein sun ke ghabraaye mera jiyaa aaa hoyye
main akeli mere dildaar bahot

koi mere kaaley kaaley baalon pe fidaa
koi mere gorey gorey gaalon pe fidaa
koi mere kaaley kaaley baalon pe fidaa
koi mere gorey gorey gaalon pe fida
meri har ek adaa pe zamaana fidaa ho gayaa aaa hoyye
main akeli mere dildaar bahot
meri ulfat ke hain beemaar bahot
meri aankhon ne laakhon dilon pe hai jaadu kiyaa aaa
main akeli mere dildaar bahot
meri ulfat ke hain beemaar bahot


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 :

4435 Post No. : 15873

Today 8th September is eighty-seventh birth anniversary (born on 8th September’1933) of Asha Bhonsle. On this occasion as we wish her a very ‘happy birthday’ today and a healthy and peaceful life ahead, we are also going to enjoy a song sung by her.

This melodious song is from a lesser known movie ‘Jaadui Angoothhi-1964’.

‘Jaadui Angoothhi-1964’ alias ‘Magic Ring’ was directed by A.M. Khan for ‘A.M. Khan Productions, Bombay’. It had Chitra, Manhar Desai, Sheri, Krishnakumari, S.K. Shyam, Anil Kashmiri, Jilani, Uma Khosla, Violet, Ameerbai Karnataki, Sujata, Saroj, Sabina, Balwant Sharma, Kallan, Bagla, Chaman, Deva Kumari, Kanta Kumari and Polsan and others.

This movie had five songs composed by Suresh Kumar. Lyrics were written by Anjaan and Zafar Rahi. (HFGK mentions Anjaan and Zafar Rahi for one song each on the movie details’ page of this movie and adds in ‘addenda’ it further mentions Zafar Rahi as lyricist for song number three. I guess that all other songs are written by Anjaan so it mmeans three songs were penned by Anjaan and two by Zafar Rahi).

Story and screenplay of this movie was written by Munshi Nayaab and dialogues were written by A.K. Khan. Editing of this movie was done by G.G. Patil and he was assisted by Rohi Das

Asha Bhonsle, Mahendra Kapoor, Minoo Purshottam, Sulochana Chawhan, Subir Sen and Kamal Barot have given their voices to the songs in this movie. One song sung by Mahendra Kapoor had been posted on the blog earlier which was written by Zafar Rahi.

One song , Kahaan nazar takraayi has been discussed in the blog on 9 january 2014.

When the first song of this movie was posted more details about the movie were not available. Now the movie itself is available on internet, however I have not watched this movie and would request knowledgeable reader who had watched it to throw more light on this movie and its songs. Also, I am unable to identify the actress performing on this song. I would request readers who can identify her to kindly let us know who this actress is.

Today’s song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and composed by Suresh Kumar as mentioned above. I guess that the lyricist for today’s song is Anjaan.

Let us now enjoy today’s song …


Song-Sanan na na na nan hawa lehraaye (Jaadui Angoothhi)(1964) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Suresh Kumar

Lyrics

Ho o
Sanan na na na na na na na nan
Hawaa lehraaye
Sana na na na na na na na
Hawaa lehraaye
Haaye re aanchal
Ud ud ud jaaye
Chhanan na na na na na nan
Jiyaa bal khaaye
Haaye re paayal
Gun gun gun gaaye
Sanan na na na na na na na
Hawaa lehraaye

Dar hai mujhko
In raahon mein
Main na kho jaaun oon oon
Aaj to main apni chhaaya
Se bhi sharmaaun
Ye kya hone lagaa
Dil machalne lagaa
Kaise uljhan padi
Sochti hoon khadi
Ho o
Sanan na na na na na na nan
Hawaa lehraaye
Haaye re aanchal
Ud ud ud jaaye
Sanan na na na na na na na
Hawaa lehraaye

Aaj mere
Honthon par kyun
Geet machle jaayen
Main chaloon to
Raaste mein
Phool bikhre jaayen ae
Koi mujhse kahe
Kya huaa hai mujhe
Aankh jhukti hai kyun
Saans rukti hai kyun
Raaz aisa hai kya
Dil ye samjhe naa
Samjhe naa
Samjhe naa
Ho o
Sanan na na na na na na nan
Hawaa lehraaye
Haaye re aanchal
Ud ud ud jaaye
Chhanan na na na na nan
Jiya bal khaaye
Haaye re paayal
Gun gun gaaye
Sanan na na na na na na na
Hawaa lehraaye

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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हो ओ
सन न न न न न न न न न`न
हवा लहराए
सन न न न न न न
हवा लहराए
हाए रे आँचल
उड़ उड़ उड़ जाए
छनन न न न न न न`न
जिया बल खाए
हाए रे पायल
गुन गुन गुन गाए
सन न न न न न न न न
हवा लहराए

डर है मुझको
इन राहों में
मैं ना खो जाऊं
आज तो मैं अपनी छाया
से भी शरमाऊं
ये क्या होने लगा
दिल मचलने लगा
कैसे उलझन पड़ी
सोचती हूँ खड़ी
हो ओ
सन न न न न न न न न न`न
हवा लहराए
हाए रे आँचल
उड़ उड़ उड़ जाए
सन न न न न न न
हवा लहराए

आज मेरे
होंठों पर क्यूँ
गीत मचले जाएँ
मैं चलूँ तो रास्ते में
फूल बिखरे जाएँ ऐ
कोई मुझसे कहे
क्या हुआ है मुझे
आँख झुकती है क्यूँ
साँस रूकती है क्यूँ
राज़ ऐसा है क्या
दिल ये समझे ना
समझे ना
समझे ना

हो ओ
सन न न न न न न न न न`न
हवा लहराए
हाए रे आँचल
उड़ उड़ उड़ जाए
छनन न न न न न न`न
जिया बल खाए
हाए रे पायल
गुन गुन गुन गाए
सन न न न न न न न न न`न
हवा लहराए


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Blog Day :

4435 Post No. : 15871

Hullo Atuldom

We are into the last four months of the year. Just got the first positive message “Sab theek raha toh iss baar 31 December ko nayaa saal aane ki nahi, purana saal jaane ki party karenge”. (Wish I could write this in Devnagari) I am sure I need not translate this.

Just as I was sitting to write this our Peevesie messaged that “Josef-Born in Grace”, a movie that was her first independent assignment as costume designer, has won an award at the Madrid International Film Festival for Best Set Design at the awards function on Sunday evening (6th September). Incidentally that movie also got her, her life-partner and is from her in-law’s production house.
In a celebratory mood I asked her for her farmaish of an Asha Bhonsle song and today’s song is her choice. She has a love for that movie, its songs and the dress/costume (in particular) that Amisha Patel wore in the song. She reminds me that as a tiny-little girl she had also worn a similar Pink Skirt and White Top.

This movie is 20 years old. It made its debut on the blog in 2014 with the song ek-pal-ka-jeena-phir-to-hai-jaana. That was a post to wish the hero of the movie. Today’s song is to wish our evergreen Ashatai (as Asha Bhonsle is addressed by one and all).

Ashatai celebrates her 87th birthday today. She was the third born to Pandit Deenanath Mangeshkar and his wife Shevanti, Lata Mangeshkar being the oldest. I read somewhere recently that her older sister Meena Khadikar shares her birthdate (would love if someone can confirm this). Usha Mangeshkar and Hridaynath Mangeshkar are the other siblings, part of this musical clan. Their children and grandchildren are also into music and carrying the family tradition forward.

Followers of the blog are aware that she began singing in films when she was hardly 10 years old with a Marathi song in 1943. Her first Hindi song came in 1948 when she sang under Hansraj Behl’s music direction. She has had a long innings since then and initially she used to get songs that were filmed on the second lead or vamps etc. I don’t think that there is any need to write about how she sang more songs than many other artists in the ‘50s though for B and C grade movies. She had to work so that her family could be taken care of. She worked her way up the rungs of the industry and became the favourite of the masses and classes. If the masses loved her “piya tu ab toh aaja” the connoisseurs and classes loved her for her “in aankhjon ki masti ke” and ‘dil cheez kya hai aap meri jaan lijiye”. People have loved her “aage bhi jaane na tu” and “mera kuch saaman tumhaare paas pada hai”.

Today’s song is a party song. It is on board a yacht and is part of the Christmas eve celebrations. Amisha Patel has just found that she likes Hrithik Roshan who is as yet unaware of his feelings. She sings and dances to try and make him envious and displays her fondness for her childhood friend Rajesh Tandon. Payal Malhotra or Kamya Punjabi (not sure) is the girl who is trying to get Hrithik’s attentions. This song is written by Saawan Kumar and is the only Asha Bhonsle song in the movie all the other songs are sung by Alka Yagnik. Rajesh Roshan is the music director.

Here is wishing our darling Ashatai a very Happy Birthday


Song-Jaaneman jaaneman palat teri nazar (Kaho Na Pyaar Hai)(2000) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Sawan Kumar, MD-Rajesh Roshan

Lyrics

Ku ku ku ku
Ku ku ku ku ku
Ku ku ku ku
Ku ku ku
Aaaa aaaaaa aaaaa
Aaaaaa aaaa
Aaaa aaaaaa aaaaa
Aaaaaa aaaa

jaaneman jaaneman
palat teri nazar
yahaan hai dil tera
dekhta hai kidhar

jaaneman jaaneman
palat teri nazar
yahaan hai dil tera
dekhta hai kidhar
mila le dil se dil,
pyaar se pyaar kar
udhar toh raat hai
saveraa hai idhar
jaaneman jaaneman
palat teri nazar
yahaan hai dil tera
dekhta hai kidhar
jaaneman jaaaa….neman

teri jawaani ke sadke
jaane jaaneman
ham bhi haseen kam nahin
jaane jaaneman
arre teri jawaani ke sadke
jaane jaaneman
ham bhi haseen kam nahin
jaane jaaneman
teri judaai ka gham hai
(ooooo)
varna koi gham nahin (oooooo)
bahut chaalaak hai
ban raha bekhabar
pyaar ke jaadu ka
ho raha hai asar
jaaneman jaaneman
palat teri nazar
yahaan hai dil tera
dekhta hai kidhar
jaaneman
jaaneman
jaaneman
jaaneman

heyo heyo heyo heyo he he yo
heyo heyo heyo heyo he he yo

tere liye hi bani hoon
jaane jaaneman
main sab me shaamil nahin
jaane jaaneman
ho o tere liye hi bani hoon
jaane jaaneman
main sab mein shaamil nahin
jaane jaaneman
dil se zara poochh apne
(oooooo)
kya main tera dil nahin een een (ooooo)
naya hain silsila
naya hai ye safar
nayi hai manzilein
magar hai ek dagar
jaaneman jaaneman
palat teri nazar
yahaan hai dil tera
dekhta hai kidhar
mila le dil se dil,
pyaar se pyaar kar
udhar toh raat hai
saveraa hai ae ae idhar
jaaneman jaaneman
palat teri nazar
yahaan hai dil tera
dekhta hai kidhar
jaaneman jaaaa….neman
jaane jaaneman
jaaneman
jaane jaaneman
jaaneman
jaaaaa neman
jaaaaaa neman


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Blog Day :

4432 Post No. : 15867

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No. 71
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This date ten years ago (viz 5 september 2010) saw business as usual in the blog. Six songs from six movies were discussed chronologically in the order in which these movies were released.
Here are the details:-

Song Movie title-Year Remarks
Mat bolo bahaar ki batiyaan re Prem Nagar-1940 11 songs covered out of 13
Udan khatole pe ud jaaun Anmol Ghadi-1946 All songs covered
Aadmi gareeb ho ya ameer ho … sambhaalo dil zaraa Dil Bhi Tera Ham Bhi Tere-1960 All songs covered
Begaani shaadi mein Abdullah deewaanaa Jis Desh Mein Ganga Behti Hai-1960 All songs covered
Ho more gore badan pe gulaabi nazariyaa na daal Sikandar E Azam-1965 03 songs posted
Sansaar ki har shai ka itna hi fasaanaa hai Dhundh-1973 All songs covered

One can see that “Prem Nagar”(1940) and “Sikandar e Azam”(1965) are the only two movies from that day which still have a few songs left to be covered. “Prem Nagar”(1940) balance songs are not available, so that leaves us with “Sikandar e Azam”(1965) as the only movie eligible for the “Blg Ten Year Challenge” today ten years later on 5 september 2020.

Three songs from “Sikandar e Azam”(1965) have been covered so far. Here are the details:-

Song Posted On
Jahaan daal daal par sone ki chidiyaan karti hai basera 15.08.2008
Ho more gore badan pe gulaabi nazariyaa na daal 05.09.2010
O mere yaar o dildaar mere saath saath tera pyaar 17.11.2011

Here is the fourth song from “Sikandar e Azam”(1965) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Hansraj Bahl. The picturisation shows Mumtaz trying to seduce Dara Singh.

Lyrics of the song were sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala.

Video

Song-Pilaayi toone o saaqiyaa (Sikandar e Azam)(1965) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Hansraj Bahl

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

pilaayi toone o saaqiyaa
to main sharaab pee gayi
meri khataa aa maaf kar
main behisaab pee gayi ee
pilaayi toone o saaqiyaa
to main sharaab pee gayi
meri khataa maaf kar
main behisaab pee gayi ee
pilaayi tune o saaqiyaa
to main sharaab pee gayi

kisi nazar ye kah diyaa hai
ke aaj tu aaftaab ho ja
chaman chaman ki bahaar ban jaa
kali kali ka shabaab ho ja
kali kali ka shabaab ho ja<
main ek zarraa thi khaaq ka
lo aaftaab pee gayi
meri khataa maaf kar
main behisaab pee gayi ee
pilaayi toone o saaqiyaa
to main sharaab pee gayi

kahaan chalaa ke naseeb ne bhi
kahaan pe mujhko bithhaa diya hai
wo honth jin par udaasiyaan thin
unhe bhi hansnaa sikhaa diyaa hai
unhe bhi hansnaa sikhaa diyaa hai
pyaar ka jaam jab milaa
to main janaab pee gayi ee
meri khataa aa maaf kar
main behisaab pee gayi ee
pilaayi toone o saaqiyaa
to main sharaab pee gayi

kisi ne dekhaa hai aaj mukhko
kuchh is tarah pyaar ki nazar se
khizaan ke mausam mein jaise aa kar
kahin se abr e bahaar barse
kahin se abr e bahaar barse
achchhi nazar …?
yaa kharaab ?? gayi
meri khataa maaf kar
main behisaab pee gayi ee
pilaayi toone o saaqiyaa
to main sharaab pee gayi
meri khataa aa maaf kar
main behisaab pee gayi ee
pilaayi toone o saaqiyaa
to main sharaab pee gayi
pee gayi ee
pee gayi
main sharaab pee gayi ee


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Blog Day :

4431 Post No. : 15863

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No. 70
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The date ten years ago, viz 4 september 2010 saw as many as seven songs discussed in the blog, in ascending order of release of movies that the songs belonged to. The first song of the day was posted as 5 :48 AM whereas the seventh and final post of the day got publiushed at 7:58 AM ! Those were the days when the task of posting seven songs was over before 8 AM !

Here are the details of these seven songs :-

Blog Song No song Movie Year Remarks
2901 Ab kaun hai meraa Anmol Ghadi 1946 YIPPEED
2902 Do din ki zindagi mein dukhde hain beshumaar Poonam 1952 YIPPEED/td>
2903 Aaye bahaar banke lubhaa kar chale gaye Raajhath 1956 YIPPEED
2904 Dil mera naache thunak thunak Mera Ghar Mere Bachche 1960 5 songs covered out of 9
2905 Ye Lucknow ki sarzameen Chaudhvin ka chaand 1960 YIPPEED
2906 Aankhon ne muhabbat mein badaa kaam kiyaa hai Free Love 1974
2907 Koi patthar se naa maare mere deewaane ko Laila Majnu 1976 YIPPEED

One can notice that five of the movies whose songs were discussed that day have been YIPPEED by now. That leaves us with only two movies out of those seven that are still available for discussion in the blog.

“Mera Ghar Mere Bachchey”(1960), one of these unYIPPEED movie which is eligible for “Blog Ten Year challenge” today (4 september 2020) was produced aand directed by Sohrab Modi. The movie had Sohrab Modi, Sulochana Latkar, Sudesh Kumar, Kumari Naaz, Daisy Irani, Charlie, Nana Palsikar, Subi Raj, Bal Raaj, Saadat Ali, Sadhana Chowdhary, Kavita, Jilani, Ketki, Polson, Avtar Singh, Devchand, Razia, Ghulam Mohiuddin, Mohan Jerry etc in it.

The movie had nine songs in it. Five songs are covered. Here are the details of these songs already covered in the blog :-

Blog Song No song Date posted
1969 Bahaaron se poochho mere pyaar ko tum 22 september 2009
2904 Dil mera naache thunak thunak 22 september 2009
5622 Chanda ke desh mein rehti ek raani 11 March 2012
12169 Wo hi oodi oodi ghataayen hain 1 July 2016
13347 Zulm bhi karte hain aur kehte hain ke fariyaad na kar 19 June 2017

As “blog ten year challenge” for today (4 september 2020), here is a song from “Mera Ghar Mere Bachhchey”(1960). This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Hasrat Jaipuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Sardar Malik.

The song is picturised on Kavita and Sudesh Kumar.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

Audio link:

Song-Peena haraam hai to nigaahen mila ke pee (Mera Ghar Mere Bachchey)(1960) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Sardar Malik

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

peena haraam hai
to nigaahein milaa ke pee..ee
peena haraam hai
to nigaahein milaa ke pee ee
meri nazar ke jaam ko
dil se lagaa ke pee ee
peena haraa..aam hai ae ae

zulfon ki badliyon se
barasti hain mastiyaan aan
zulfon ki badliyon se
barasti hain mastiyaan
meri ada adaa mein
chamkti hain bijliyaan..aaan
tu aisi raushni mein zaraa
muskuraa ke pee..ee..ee
peena haraam hai
to nigaahein milaa ke pee..ee..ee
peena haraaa..aam hai ae ae

aankhon ke saghaaron mein
dubo de tu apna gham mm
ae mere dil ke chain nahin
tu kisi se kam
main naachti hoon
saaz uthhaa gungunaa ke pee…ee..ee
peena haraam hai
to nigaahein milaa ke pee..ee ee
meri nazar ke jaam ko
dil se lagaa ke pee ee ee
peena haraa..aam hai ae ae ae


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 :

4428 Post No. : 15854 Movie Count :

4362

#The Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 100 #
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I got my first copy of HFGK in February’2015. After going through this ‘geet-kosh’ and movie details, I planned to take up this series. My aim was to introduce movies of this decade of seventies i.e. 1971-1980. It also offered me the opportunity of sharing my ‘nostalgia’ associated with the movies of this decade. Some of these movies were seen by me while others were not.

As for songs, there were songs that were well known during that time but were subsuquently forgotten with passage of time.

My main ‘goal’ was an ambitious one- to introduce all movies from 1971-1980 on the blog as soon as possible. I must say that we are still a long way from achieving this goal. Songs from some movies are no longer available. Some movies themselves have become so obscure that no information is available about then anywhere except in the geet-kosh.

Take the case of the year ‘1971’. There are around sixteen movies of 1971 that are yet to get represented on the blog. This number is from the movies which were officially released in 1971. Total 115 movies were released released this year , including movies which do not have any songs). The details of the list of movies will be discussed in the future posts as we progress on the blog and enter into ‘2021’. The next year ‘2021’ will be important from the point of view that it will mark completion of ‘fifty years’ for the movies released in ‘1971’ as the months progressed.

When we come to think of it, this year ‘2020’ is special for the movies released in ‘1970’ because those movies were released fifty years ago !

We will have quite a few such interesting details and observations in the future posts on the blog.

Today we are going to listen to a song from the movie ‘Dost Aur Dushman-1971’.

This movie is making its debut on the blog today.

Music of this movie was composed by music director Raj Kamal.

Today 1st September 2020 is the fifteenth ‘Remembrance Day’ of Raj Kamal (15.01.1921-01.09.2005).

Music director Raj Kamal has given us many unforgettable songs. Some of them can be described as ‘immortal’ songs in the history of Hindi films. Songs from ‘Saaz-1997’, ‘Katha-1983’, ‘Chashm-e-Baddoor-1981’ and ‘Saawan Ko Aane Do-1979’ etc. are still fresh in the memories of music lovers.

He also composed the music for B.R. Chopra’s epic TV Serial ‘Mahabharat’.

Here I am reproducing a brief about his biographical and career details as taken from a ‘Facebook page – Imprints and Images of Indian Film music’ (dated 31.08.2015, which was on his tenth ‘Remembrance Day’. The ‘Wikipedia’ page about him also has the same information, but in very short details).

Remembering Raj Kamal, one of the much talented and finest music composers of Hindi films, on his 10th death anniversary today.
Raj Kamal was a very talented and excellent music composer ln Hindi films. The songs he composed in films like ‘Saawan Ko Aane Do’, Chashme Buddoor and Payal Ki Jhankar are unforgettable classics and are cherished by innumerable music lovers to their hearts.

He is credited with outstanding melodious compositions like “Chand Jaise Mukhde Pe”, “Teri tasveer ko’, “Tujhe dekh kar”, “Jaanam Jaanam”, “Bole to bansuri kahin”, “Tere bin soona more”, “Kajre ki baati”, “Tumhe Geeton Mein Dhaloonga”, “Gagan ye samjhe”, “Patthar se sheesha” ( all from ‘Saawan Ko Aane Do -1979), and “Kahan Se Aaye Badra”, “Kali Ghodi Dwar Khadi” (“Chashme Buddoor” -1981), “Dekho Kaanha Nahin Maanat Batiya (Payal Ki Jhankar-1980) and “Kya hua kya hua kya hua” (Katha-1983).

Other than films, Raj Kamal has composed music for TV serials like Mahabharat Katha, Bahadur Shah Zafar, Vishnu Puran, Ma Shakti and B.R. Chopra’s Mahabharat. He has also composed music for a Malayalam movie “Aazhi ‘ (1984).
He was an accomplished singer too. As a playback singer, he has rendered songs like “Maine Tumko Hi” (Phulwari – 1984), “Tum Sundar Ho” (Katha -1983), “Gunje Gunje Re” (Akhand Saubhagyavati -1982) and “Jaane Kyu Hain” (Jazbaat -1980).

Raj Kamal was born to Tulsidas and his wife in a village called Matoda in Rajasthan. He was named Dalpat after birth. He was the eldest of 5 children. After marriage, Raj Kamal and his wife Sagar had 6 children — Chandra Kamal, Surya Kamal, Vinay Kamal, Hriday Kamal, Shubh Kamal, and a daughter. Raj Kamal’s three elder sons are all composers and musicians in their own right. Soon after Raj Kamal joined the industry, he changed his name from Dalpat to Raj Kamal.

Raj Kamal was a man rooted to the tunes and songs of the soil. He came to be closely identified with the Rajshri’s, their films were made for largely family audiences, people who wore a dhoti at home and trousers to work. Raj Kamal was able to build to tap into their unexpressed longing for ‘watan’, ‘des’, as many put it. Yet sustained success eluded him in later years and but for television series Mahabharat and Bahadur Shah Zafar, his resume would not have made for an impressive reading, films like “Amma”, “Chashme Buddoor” and “Katha” notwithstanding.

Raj Kamal died at the age of 77 on 1st September 2005 from Alzheimer’s Disease which had severely affected his memory.

Though he has not composed too many songs in his career, Raj Kamal has left behind a rich legacy of classic scores in few films that will always be cherished and enjoyed.

Going by the ‘filmography’ of music director Raj Kamal mentioned on various sources I guess that the today’s movie ‘Dost Aur Dushman-1971’ must be his first movie as ‘music director’ in Hindi films. (HFGK doesn’t mention anything about this so I may be wrong?).

However, I would request knowledgeable reader to correct me and throw light on his musical journey.

“Dost Aur Dushman-1971” was directed by Chand for ‘Shivparas Productions, Bombay’. It had Shiv Kumar, Heena Kausar, Jayshree T., Sapru, Murad, Tabbassum, Kundan, Roopali, Uday Kumar, Neelam, Sunita, Joginder, Junior Mehmood and I.S. Johar.

This movie had four songs composed by Raj Kamal and written by Asad Bhopali. Mohd Rafi, Asha Bhonsle and Hemlata had given their voices to the songs in this movie.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 10.12.1971.

This movie seems to be an obscure movie of its time. However thankfully many songs from this movie are available on internet sources.

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

Let us now enjoy today’s rocking song in the voice of Asha Bhonsle which is composed by Raj Kamal. Lyrics are by Asad Bhopali.

With this song ‘Dost Aur Dushman-1971’ makes its debut on the blog today …


Song-Dil ki hasrat kab nikaali jaayegi (Dost Aur Dushman)(1971) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Asad Bhopali, MD-Rajkamal

Lyrics

dil ki hasrat
kab nikaali jaayegi ee
dil ki hasrat
kab nikaali jaayegi ee
aaj bhi kyaa raat khaali jaayegi ee
aaj bhi kyaa raat khaali jaayegi ee
ae hey dil ki hasrat
kab nikaali jaayegi ee

ye
ye ye ye
ye peene pilaane ke din hain
dil
dil dil dil
dil se milaane ke din hain
in aankhon se ik jaam le
aa meri baahen thhaam le
aa deewaane
kal phir ye rut naa aayegi ee
dil ki hasrat
kab nikaali jaayegi ee
aaj bhi kyaa raat khaali jaayegi ee
dil ki hasrat
kab nikaali jaayegi ee

haay
haay haay haay
haay barson se pyaasi jawaani
aa
aa aa aa
aa kar de zaraa meharbaani
kyaa bheegi bheegi raat hai
ye pal do pal ka saath hai
aa deewaane
kal phir ye rut naa aayegi ee
dil ki hasrat
kab nikaali jaayegi ee
aaj bhi kyaa raat khaali jaayegi ee
ae hey dil ki hasrat
kab nikaali jaayegi ee

hey ae ae laa raa laa laa
ye ae he he ae

sun
sun sun sun
sun tu hai wohi
ham wohi hain
ae
ae ae ae
ae nazren kyun badli huyi hain
main teri hoon main
jaan le
ab kehnaa mera maan le ae
aa deewaane
kal phir ye rut naa aayegi
dil ki hasrat
kab nikaali jaayegi
aaj bhi kyaa raat khaali jaayegi ee

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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दिल की हसरत
कब निकाली जाएगी ई
दिल की हसरत
कब निकाली जाएगी ई
आज भी क्या रात खाली
जाएगी ई
आज भी क्या रात खाली
जाएगी ई
ए हे दिल की हसरत
कब निकाली जाएगी ई
ये
ये ये ये
ये पीने पिलाने के दिन हैं
दिल
दिल दिल दिल
दिल से मिलाने के हैं
इन आँखों से इक जाम ले
आ मेरी बाहें थाम ले
आ दीवाने
कल फिर ये रुत ना आएगी ई
दिल की हसरत
कब निकाली जाएगी ई
आज भी क्या रात खाली
जाएगी ई
दिल की हसरत
कब निकाली जाएगी ई
हाय
हाय हाय हाय
हाय बरसों से प्यासी जवानी

आ आ आ
आ करदे ज़रा मेहरबानी
क्या भीगी भीगी रात है
ये पल दो पल का साथ है
आ दीवाने
कल फिर ये रुत ना आएगी ई
दिल की हसरत
कब निकाली जाएगी ई
आज भी क्या रात खाली
जाएगी ई
ए हे दिल की हसरत
कब निकाली जाएगी ई

हे ला रा ला ला
ये ए हे हे ए

सुन
सुन सुन सुन
सुन तू है वोही
हम वोही हैं

ए ए ए
ए नज़रें क्यूँ बदली हुयी हैं
मैं तेरी हूँ मैं
जान ले
अब कहना मेरा मान ले ए
आ दीवाने
कल फिर ये रुत ना आएगी ई
दिल की हसरत
कब निकाली जाएगी
आज भी क्या रात खाली
जाएगी ई …


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Blog Day :

4425 Post No. : 15845

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No. 64
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Ten years ago on this date (29 august 2010), as many as seven songs from seven different movies were covered in the blog. Here are their details:-

Blog song post number Song Movie-Year Remarks
2864 Haay mera dil le gaya koi aake ishaaron se Parbat 1952 Movie YIPPEED
2865 I love you O madam Dulhan 1958 5 songs covered (out of 8)
2866 Chaand ko dekho ji Chaand Mere Aaja 1960 6 songs covered out of 7. The seventh song too is apparently part of an already covered song
2867 Pyaase panchhi neel gagan mein geet milan ke gaayen Pyaase Panchhi 1960 5 songs covered out of 10
2868 Apni bhi kyaa zindagi hai niraali Aas Ka Panchhi 1961 YIPPEED
2869 Beta jamoore kah de duniya ko lalkaar ke Biraadari 1966 YIPPEED
2870 Chup ho aaj kaho kyaa hai baat Chhattees Ghante 1974 YIPPEED

“Dulhan”(1958) is still eligible for Blog Ten year Challenge” ten years later today (29 august 2020). The movie had nine songs in it and five of them have been covered so far.

Here are these songs of “Dulhan”(1958) that have been covered so far:-

Song Posted On
Jiyaa sharmaaye nazar jhuki jaaye 07.08.2010
I love you Madam Multiple version song 29.08.2010
Mooliram aur bhindimal ka nikal gayaa hai deewaala 14.04.2012
Mere gore gore gaal 25.11.2018

Here is the sixth song from “Dulhan”(1958) to appear in the blog. The picturisation shows Nirupa Roy leaving Raj Kaumar, but then changes her mind. Some dialogue from Raj Kumar are followed by a few lines of Hemant Kumar after which it is all Asha Bhonsle. P L Santoshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ravi.

HFGK mentions this song as a female solo, and the audio of the song is indeed a female solo song in Asha Bhonsle’s voice, but we can see from the picturisation that the song begins with Hemant Kumar’s voice. Remark in HFGK mentions that this song was sung by Hemant Kumar in a prose form. We can see that the picturisation combines these two seemingly separate songs to form what looks like a duet song. Incidentally, no records were made of Hemant Kumar version and it is there only in the picturisation.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra while BTYC details were provided by Avinash Scrapwala.

Lyrics of video link:(contains Hemant Kumar`s voice while the song begins)
video link:

audio link(does not contains Hemant Kumar`s lines)

Song-Rukne lage kadam aur…Kaise jaaoon main piyaa (Dulhan)(1958) Singers-Hemant Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-P L Santoshi, MD-Ravi

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

(dialogues)

rukne lagey kadam
aur jhukne lagi nigaahein
aasaan ho chali hain
ulfat ki apni raahein

kaissey
jaaoon main piyaa.aaa
moraa..aaa maaney na jiyaa
tooney mujh pe
na jaaney kaissa jaadu kiyaa

kaissey jaaoon main piya
mora maaney na jiya
tooney mujh pe na jaaney kaissa jaadu kiya
tooney mujh pe na jaaney kaissa jaadu kiya
kaissey jaaoon main piya
mora maaney na jiya
tooney mujh pe na jaaney kaissa jaadu kiya
tooney mujh pe na jaaney kaissa jaadu kiyaa

ye mulaaqaat kaissi hamaari huyee
ye mulaaqaat kaissi hamaari huyee
main to pehli nazar mein tumhaari huyi
tum to nikley balamwa badey hi chhaliyaa
tum to nikley balamwa badey hi chhaliyaa
kaissey jaaoon main piya
mora maaney na jiya
tooney mujh pe na jaaney kaissa jaadu kiya
tooney mujh pe na jaaney kaissa jaadu kiyaa

bairi duniya ki baaton mein aanaa nahin
bairi duniya ki baaton mein aanaa nahin
mujhe dil se kabhi tum bhulaanaa nahin
charnon mein tumhaari rahoongi rasiya
charnon mein tumhaari rahoongi rasiya
kaissey jaaoon main piya
mora maaney na jiya
tooney mujh pe na jaaney kaissa jaadu kiya
tooney mujh pe na jaaney kaissa jaadu kiya
kaissey jaaoon main piya
mora maaney na jiya
tooney mujh pe na jaaney kaissa jaadu kiya
tooney mujh pe na jaaney kaissa jaadu kiyaa


This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, 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 :

4421 Post No. : 15832

Today, August 25th is 51st Remembrance Day of Shaayar-e-Inquilaab, Makhdoom Mohiuddin, an Urdu poet, a dramatist and a politician whose name may not ring bell for many of the lovers of Hindi film songs. They may, however, be aware of a couple of his popular Hindi film songs such as ek chameli ke mandve tale from’Chaa Chaa Chaa’ (1964) and aapki yaad aati rahi raat bhar from ‘Gaman’ (1979).

Makhdoom Mohiuddin (04/02/1908 – 25/08/1969) was born in Medak in the then Hyderabad state (present day Telangana). He belonged to the family of religious teachers and preachers. He lost his father, when he was 6. Subsequently, his mother remarried and went away in her separate way making Makhdoom Mohiuddin almost like an orphan. He was brought up by his paternal uncle. It is said that Makhdoom was influenced by his uncle’s leaning towards the leftist ideology.

After completion of his school in the various villages in Hyderbabd State, Makhdoom moved to Hyderabad in 1929 and completed graduation and post-graduation from Osmania University by 1936. During this period in Osmania University, he wrote dramas in which he also acted in them. He got employed as an Urdu lecturer in the City College of Hyderabad. Later on, Hyderabad was to become his residence from where he got involved in the fight against British Rule for which he was jailed. He founded the Communist Party of India (CPI) in Hyderabad State and became the union leader for Electricity, Railways and Municipal workers under AITUC (the union wing of CPI). He was instrumental in creating the Hyderabad chapter of the Progressive Writers Association. In 1946-47, he joined the Telangana Agitation against the Nizam of the then Hyderabad State. After the police action against the Nizam of Hyderabad and its merger with India in 1948, Makhdoom Mohiuddin led the Teleangana Peasants’ Movements for land reforms. He successfully went on hunger strike for making available rice at a fair price for the lower strata of the population. Before that Makhdoom had led an arm rebellion against the Government for which he went underground for nearly 5 years.

In 1952, when the first general elections were announced, Communits Party decided to give up the arm rebellion and instead decided to participate in the election. Makhdoom Mohiuddin successfully contested the first general election as a candidate of CPI from Huzurnagar for Hyderabad State assembly and became the leader of the opposition. From 1956 until his death in 1969, he was the member of legislature council of Andhra Pradesh.

In his youth, Makhdoom was influenced by Munshi Premchand’s writings as also of Urdu poets like Daagh Dehlvi, Amir Minai and later Akhtar Sheerani and Hasrat Mohani. With the success of his play ’Murhsid’, during his university days, Makdhoom became a known personality among the circle of artists and intellectuals. During this time, he came into contact with Sarojini Naidu and though her with some of the top political leaders of that time including Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru.

In the pre-independent India, Makhdoom found time to write poetry in jails and during the period he was underground. Post-independence, he had an active literary life by reciting his poetry in political rallies and mushairas. During this period, he published his second collections of poems called ‘Gul-e-Tar’ (1961), the first being ‘Surkh Savera’ (1944). His poems are mostly in the genre of revolutionary and romance.

Makhdoom Mohiuddin died of heart-attack in Delhi on August 25, 1969. He was buried in Hyderabad. At the time of his death, he did not have a house of his own. The Communist Party raised money to buy a small house for Makhdoom’s family in Hyderabad. As a tribute to Makhdoom, Faiz Ahmed Faiz wrote a ghazal, taking the refrain from Makhdoom’s ghazal ‘aap ki yaad aati rahi raat bhar’ and in the same metre with a title ‘Makhdoom Ki Yaad Mein’:

आपकी याद आती रही रात-भर
चाँदनी दिल दुखाती रही रात-भर

गाह जलती हुई, गाह बुझती हुई
शम-ए-ग़म झिलमिलाती रही रात-भर

कोई ख़ुशबू बदलती रही पैरहन
कोई तस्वीर गाती रही रात-भर

फिर सबा सायः-ए-शाख़े-गुल के तले
कोई क़िस्सा सुनाती रही रात-भर

जो न आया उसे कोई ज़ंजीरे-दर
हर सदा पर बुलाती रही रात-भर

एक उमीद से दिल बहलता रहा
इक तमन्ना सताती रही रात-भर

After going through the chronicles of Makhdoom’s life, especially during the pre-independent India, it is admirable that he could find time to write both romantic as well as revolutionary poems in the midst of a very active political life. Makhdoom Mohiuddin’s personality has been best summed up by Khwaja Ahmed Abbas as under:

He was a glowing flame as also cool drops of dew. He was the call of revolution as also the soft tinkling of anklet. He was knowledge, he was action, he was wisdom. He was the gun of the revolutionary guerrilla and also the sitar of musician. He was the odour of gun powder and the fragrance of jasmine.

Makhdoom Mohiuddin did not specifically write lyrics for any Hindi films. However, his published poems were used in the films in ‘Usne Kaha Thha’ (1960), ‘Chaa Chaa Chaa’ (1964), ‘Insaaf Kahaan Hai’ (UR, 1978), ‘Gaman’ (1979), ‘Baazar’ (1982) and ‘Mandi’ (1983).

On the occasion of 51st Remembrance Day of Makhdoom Mohiuddin, I am presenting his ghazal ‘ishq ke shole ko bhadkaao ke kuchh raat kate’ which was used in the film ‘Mandi’ (1983). The ghazal is rendered by Asha Bhosle which is set to music by Vanraj Bhatia. In the film, the song is picturised on Smita Patil who sings for about one minute of duration in tune but without the accompanying music. The audio version contains the full ghazal with orchestration. unfortunately, video clip is not separately available online.

Acknowledgement: The biography of Makhdoom Mohiuddin in the article is based on T V Serial ‘Kahkashan – Makhdoom Mohiuddin (1991) and a Ph.D thesis, ‘Makhdoom Mohiuddin – Life, Works and Times’ by Afrose Fatima Ahmed (May 2011).

Audio Clip:

Song-Ishq ke shole ko bhadkaao ke kuchh raat kate(Mandi)(1983) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Makhdoom Mohiuddin, MD-Vanraj Bhatia

Lyrics

aa aa aa aaaaaa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aaa

ishq ke shole ko bhadkaao ke kuchh raat kate ae ae
raat kate ae
dil ke angaare ko dahkaao ke kuchh raat kate ae
raat kate ae
ishq ke shole ko bhadkaaao

koī jalta hī nahin
koi pighalta hi nahin
mom ban jaao
pighal jaao
pighal jaao
ki kuchh raat kate ae
raat kate ae
raat kate
ishq ke shole ko bhadkaaao…o

hijr mein milne shab-e-maah ke ġham aaye hain
chaarasaazon ko bhi bulwaao
bulwaao
ke kuchh raat kate
raat kate
ishq ke shole ko bhadkaao…o

chashm-o-ruḳhsaar ke aazkaar ko jaari rakkho
pyaar ke naghmen ko dohraao
dohraao
ke kuchh raat kate
ishq ke shole ko bhadkaao ke kuchh raat kate ae
raat kate ae
dil ke angaare ko dahkaao ke kuchh raat kate ae
raat kate ae
ishq ke shole ko bhadkaao…o

aaj ho jaane do har ek ko badmast-o-kharaab
aaj ho jaane do har ek ko badmast-o-kharaab
aaj har ek ko pilwaaao
pilwaao
pilwaao
ke kuchh raat kate
koh-e-ġham aur giraan aur giraan aur giraan
ġhamzadon teshe ko chamkaao ki kuchh raat kate
kuchh raat kate
kuchh raat kate ae
ishq ke shole ko bhadkaaao…o
ishq ke shole ko bhadkaaaao………o


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