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

Archive for the ‘Asha Bhonsle solo’ Category


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Blog Day : 3560 Post No. : 14277

“Insaan Aur Shaitaan”(1970) was directed by Aspi Irani for Super Pictures, Bombay. Though described as a “social” movie, it was a suspense movie. The movie had Sanjeev Kumar, Faryal, Sheikh Mukhtar, Aruna Irani, Madhumati, Jaageerdaar, Ifthikar, Heeralal, Shetty, Sheikh, Praveen Pal, Chaman Puri etc in it.

The movie had four songs in it. Two songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Insaan Aur Shaitaan”(1970) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Asad Bhopali is the lyricist. Music is composed by Usha Khanna.

The song is picturised as a cabarat dance song on Aruna Irani. Sanjeev Kumar is also visible in the picturisation of the song.


Song-Koi aaye baahon mein le le (Insaan Aur Shaitaan)(1970) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Asad Bhopali, MD-Usha Khanna

Lyrics

koi aaye
baahon mein le le
humse sambhalti nahin ye jawaani akele
hum hain akele akele
koi aaye
baahon mein le le
humse sambhalti nahin ye jawaani akele
hum hain akele akele

jeevan ki raahon mein takraaye humse
haseen naujawaan hamsafar
koi na aaya jo humko bataaye
hai manzil hamaari kidhar
o o
aa aa
o o
jeevan ki raahon mein takraaye humse
haseen naujawaan hamsafar
koi na aaya jo humko bataaye
hai manzil hamaari kidhar
ae dil ye din
ja ke na phir aayenge ae ae
koi aaye
baahon mein le le
humse sambhalti nahin ye jawaani akele
hum hain akele akele

dil ke mahal mein abhi tak
nahin hai kisi hamnasheen ka gujar
kaise kate din bahaaron ke humse
ye raaten hon kaise basar
o o
aa aa
o o
dil ke mahal mein abhi tak
nahin hai kisi hamnasheen ka gujar
kaise kate din bahaaron ke humse
ye raaten hon kaise basar
ae dil ye din
ja ke na phir aayenge ae ae
koi aaye
baahon mein le le
humse sambhalti nahin ye jawaani akele
hum hain akele akele

palkon ki chaanv mein sapne sajaa ke
mohabbat ke armaan mere
sheeshe se naazuk jawaani ko apni
ham ab tak sambhaala kiye ae
o o
aa aa
o o
palkon ki chaanv mein sapne sajaa ke
mohabbat ke armaan mere
sheeshe se naazuk jawaani ko apni
ham ab tak sambhaala kiye
ae dil ye din
ja ke na phir aayenge ae ae
koi aaye
baahon mein le le
humse sambhalti nahin ye jawaani akele
hum hain akele akele
koi aaye
baahon mein le le
humse sambhalti nahin ye jawaani akele
hum hain akele akele

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Blog Day : 3559 Post No. : 14274

“Holiday in Bombay”(1963) was directed by P L Santoshi for Yugchhaaya, Bombay. This movie, described as a “social” movie, was an entertaing comedy movie in fact. The movie had Shashi Kapoor, Vijaya Chaudhary, Rajendranath, Naseem Bano, Dhumal, P Kailash, Ulhaas, Randheer, Sulochana Chatterji, Rajan Haksar, Jeewankala, Ram Kumar, Renu Makkad, Heera Sawant, Kundan, B B Bhalla, D Dilip, Nazeer Kashmiri, Hublikar, Laxmi Chhaaya etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. Seven of these songs have been covered in the past. Here are the details of these songs already covered in the blog :-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Pihu pihu papeehe na bol 5339 24-Jan-12
Aaj ye aanchal munh kyun chhupaaye 5366 30-Jan-12
Chhalia chhaila pakad ke haath 5482 19-Feb-12
Laanat hai aisi muhabbat pe pyaare 5978 19-May-12
Ye haseen Bambai 10878 16-Feb-15
Ae chanda tu dena gawaahi 14060 15-Feb-18
Ratnaare matwaare raswaare kajraare nainwaa tihaare 14270 15-Apr-18

Here is the eighth and final song from “Holiday in Bombay”(1963) to appear in the blog.

This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Anjaan is the lyricist. Music is composed by N Datta.

Only the audio of the song is available. The uploader describes it as a rare song, but I remember having listened to this song is the past. It is an archtypical “Chaayaageet” song which is an ideal song to listen to during night time, with most people already asleep. Though it must be said that people now a days do not sleep even at “Chaayaageet” time. 🙂

With this song, “Holiday in Bombay”(1963) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Pyaar ki chaandni dil ki dushman bani (Holiday in Bombay)(1963) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-N Datta

Lyrics

Pyaar ki chaandni
dil ki dushman bani ee
Pyaar ki chaandni
dil ki dushman bani
chaand taare hain angaare
agar tum door door ho
Pyaar ki chaandni
dil ki dushman bani

chanchal uchhalti lahren
khoya khoya ye samaa aa
chanchal uchhalti lahren
khoya khoya ye samaa aan
sapne sajaati ghadiyaan
mausam ki shokhiyaan
sajna re tere bina
har rang hai dhuaan aan
Pyaar ki chaandni
dil ki dushman bani
chaand taare hain angaare
agar tum door door ho
Pyaar ki chaandni
dil ki dushman bani

doley basanti hawa
jhonke hain pyaar ke ae ae
doley basanti hawa
jhonke hain pyaar ke ae ae
baaghon mein gaaye bulbul
naghme bahaar ke
toote hain taar mere
dil e beqaraar ke ae
Pyaar ki chaandni
dil ki dushman bani
chaand taare hain angaare
agar tum door door ho
Pyaar ki chaandni
dil ki dushman bani


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Blog Day : 3556 Post No. : 14264

“Raat Ke Raahi”(1959) was directed by Naseem for Pushpaanjali Pictures, Bombay. This “social” movie had Shammi Kapoor, Jabeen Jalil, Anwar, Achla sachdev, Nazeer Hussain, Ifthikhar, Radhika, Hammad, Manohar, Prem Sagar, Nirmal, Poonam, Heera, Shashibalka, Shujaat, Pyare, Sooraj etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Four of these songs have been covered.

Here is the fifth song from “Raat Ke Raahi”(1959) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Vishwamitra Adil is the lyricist. Music is composed by Bipin Baabul.

The song is picturised on as a party/ get together song on Jabeen Jaleel (as far as I can tell). Shammi Kapoor is also visible alongwith several other people and all of them are shown dancing in this western style song.


Song-Daayen baayen chhup chhupa ke (Raat Ke Raahi)(1959) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Vishwamitra Adil, MD-Bipin Baabul

Lyrics

daayen baayen chhup chhupaa ke kahaan chale
haaye haaye
dil churaa ke kahaan chale
daayen baayen chhup chhupaa ke kahaan chale
haaye haaye
dil churaa ke kahaan chale
bade bane bhole bhaale
lalalalalala

aasaan hai ae mere pyaare
aankhon se aankhen milaana
ho
lekin ye neechi nigaahen kah dengi saara fasaana
mushqil hai naadaan ye chori chhupaana
daayen baayen chhup chhupa ke kahaan chale
haaye haaye dil churaa ke kahaan chale
bade bane bhole bhaale
aa ha ha ha ha ha

jaate ho thhukra ke jaao
koi bhi kuchh na kahega
ho
ho lekin ye haara hua dil
zaalim ye badla to lega
dekho ji tumko bhi jeene na dega
daayen baayen chhup chhupa ke kahaan chale
haaye haaye dil churaa ke kahaan chale
bade bane bhole bhaale
lalalalaala

jaane ki laakhon hain raahen
aane ka ik raasta hai
haaye
dil ke isi raaste se
aana padega ??
phir shokh jaana to jhoothhi ada hai
yeah
yeah
yeah


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Blog Day : 3554 Post No. : 14261

So, minus 1 and plus 1, we still got to the 100th Yippeee film yesterday.

Minus 1 because on 3rd April, Atul ji had announced the Yippeee-ing of the film ‘Razia Sultan’ (1983), after posting its ‘sixth + seventh’ songs together – an announcement that turned out to be incorrect. Avinash ji pointed out that there is still one more song to be posted from this film. With some more leg work and info-search we now have more detailed info about the song list of this film. Below is the details of the songs of ‘Razia Sultan’ that I had shared with Atul ji the same day, in email.

I just checked the 1981-90  volume compiled by Jagdish Purohit and Ghulam Qureshi, with the involvement of Suman Chaurasia of Indore. This volume was published as the HFM lovers were/are waiting for Hamraaz ji to bring out his next volume.

In this volume, the compilers have listed 12 songs for this film. Since ‘Razia Sultan’ is a well known film, and a landmark in itself, I am sure lots of information sources are available and there is less chance that the compilers would be in error. In a musical film like this, number of songs certainly would not be limited to 6/7.

The list of all songs, as per this volume, is

  1. Ae Dil e Nadaan
  2. Aayi Zanjeer Ki Jhankar
  3. Naghma e Mohabbat
  4. Jalta Hai Badan
  5. Hariyala Banna
  6. Ae Khuda Shukr Tera
  7. Khwaab Ban Kar Koi Aayega
  8. Tera Hijr Mera Naseeb Hai
  9. Taraana e Jashn e Taajpsohi
  10. Shubh Ghadi Aayi Re
  11. Ae Dil e Nadaan (this may be part 2, or a reprisal)
  12. Falak Se Awaaz Hai

As per our blog listing, we have as yet covered 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and possibly 11. As per the singer list, the songs 9 and 10 seem to important loaded songs; 9 has 4 singers and 10 has 6 singers. Both these songs have Ustad Faiyaaz Ahmed Khan, and Ustad Niaz Ahmed Khan in the list of singers.

Just like maybe Pakeezaah, the remaining songs are probably less heard, less popular ones, which may drop from the collective memory.  You may recall that the non-Ghalib items in Mirza Ghalib (3 in number) remained obscure for quite a long time, since the radio and the radio listening public focused on the Ghalib creations in this film.

So that was minus 1 for 3rd April.

However, Atul ji is quick to also point out that back on 16th Jan, we had actually Yippeee’d two films together on the same day. That had happened, because both Atul ji and I were separately working on two different Yippeee posts, and our communications to each other regarding the posts seemed to have crossed but not read by each other. So in quick succession, both he and I posted two Yippeee songs that day – “Gaadi Dilli Waali Chali” (‘Delhi Junction’, 1960) and “Soyi Soyi Chaandni Hai. . .” (‘Khazaana’, 1951). In his write up, Atul ji has noted that,

Coming to my observations that we need to reiterate our new year resolutions (Gregorian calender version) on new year (Hindu calender version) as well. On the first day of this year (viz Yesterday 15 january 2018), only the first half of the half the resolution (viz posting a debutant song for the day) was fulfilled till late in the night. Sudhir Ji had posted a “debutant” post for the day. I had noticed that he had planned for a “YIPPEE” post as well. But seeing that the “debutant” post had appeared so late, I was afraid that it might become a race against time to fully fulfil the new year resolution. So I decided to lend a helping hand to Sudhir Ji. I prepared this “YIPPEE” writeup and I decided to post it in case Sudhir Ji was strapped for time (which he certainly is these days).

Fortunately, I found that Sudhir Ji succeeded in posting the YIPPEE writeup just in the nick of time yesterday night, and it was that rollicking title song of “China Town”(1962), viz. Rangeen bahaaron se hai gulzaar China Town.

So the song that I had kept as the backup YIPPEE song was not required.

Today (16 january 2018), we find ourself in the same situation as yesterday. The “debutant” movie of the day was done and dusted with first thing in the morning by Sudhir Ji. Sudhir Ji then asked me for the list of YIPPiable movies, aiming to post the YIPPEE movie of today as well, while I concentrated on the O P Nayyar tribute post.

After the O P Nayyar tribute post was published late, I found that Sudhir Ji has prepared for the YIPPEE song of the day, and it was a song that was not available online as far as I can tell. But like last night, we are against racing against time and I do not find Sudhir Ji at the keyboard right now. So I feel that I need to step in and publish the backup YIPPEE song that I had prepared yesterday. That way, Sudhir Ji can publish his YIPPEE article on the next day.

In fact, as Atul ji was hastening to complete the above Yippeee post for that day, I was equally busy on my keyboard, and almost simultaneously – a difference of about 45 minutes, I too posted the Yippeee post for the day, only to realize immediately that the work is now duplicated. So I immediately went back into my post and added this footnote,

[Ed Note: It was only after this song got posted that I took a breather, only to notice that Atul ji has also already welcomed another film (the previous post) to Yippeee-land today. It most certainly seems like the ‘yippeee-ing hour’, what with two films racing to Yippeee-land, just within minutes of each other. 😀 😀 ]

So, the two miscues cancelled each other out, and we are firmly able to announce that 100 Yippeee films have happened in the first 100 days of this calendar year (Gregorian). 🙂

Now, moving beyond the century yesterday, we come to ‘IOI’ of the Yippeee train today. Atul ji had posted the penultimate song of this film yesterday. Yes, I refer to the 1965 film ‘Sangraam’ – a film that has a full list of very memorable songs. This film made its debut on our blog way back on 12th Nov, 2010. Just see the list below of the songs posted so far. Each one of these songs is a veritable gem – in a mood that is so representative of the music of the 1960s.

Main To Tere Haseen Khayaalon Mein Kho Gayaa Sangraam 1965 3195 12-Nov-10
Masti Mein Doley Jiyaa Ho Sangraam 1965 4270 25-Jul-11
Dam Dam Dam Dam Damroo Baaje Sangraam 1965 10405 25-Oct-14
O Tera Chhup Chhup Ke Chale Aana Sangraam 1965 14093 23-Feb-18
Nikla sainyya chaalbaaz re Sangraam 1965 14255 10-Apr-18

These songs represent a music that was full of verve, full of energy, full of a joyous expression of love, taking in a lot of influence of the western rock and pop genres. Rhythm was more or less the dominant temper of this music, which was made for a popular taste that was already initiated by an increasing influence of western rhythms on the young minds of this nation. The decade of the 1960s was the time when the joys of freedom and the pain of partition were both tending to fade into paler shades, getting better of the passing generations.

The film is produced under the banner of Film India, Bombay, and is directed by Babubhai Mistry. The cast of actors includes Dara Singh, Geetanjali, Randhawa, Swarn Kumari, Maruti, Aruna Irani, Uma Dutt, Ratnamala, Mridula, Vishwas Kunte, Amrit Rana, Yunus Parvez, Baijnath, Helen, and King Kong.

After his earlier cameo appearances in films of 1950s, the first lead role that Dara Singh landed was in the film ‘King Kong’ of 1962. This was followed by ‘Aawaara Abdullah’ in 1963, then ‘Ek Tha Alibaba’, ‘King of Carnival’, ‘Rustom e Baghdad’, also 1963. In 1964, we see him in ‘Aandhi Aur Toofaan’, ‘Aaya Toofaan’, ‘Hercules’, ‘Dara Singh’ (yes, a film titled after his own name), ‘Rustom e Rome’, ‘Baadshah’, ‘Veer Bhimsen’. So when we come to 1965, Dara Singh has already appeared in a lead role in 12 films in just three years. The reason I am making this observation is that when I viewed this film in preparation for this post, I found a very interesting aspect. In this film, he is accompanied in the star cast by his younger brother Randhawa. The two brothers have already appeared together in ‘Aawaara Abdullah’, ‘Hercules’ and ‘Veer Bhimsen’. This is their fourth film together. As I viewed this film, I realized that the dialogues of both are dubbed in voices other than their own. I have not had time to sample once again his earlier films (some of which I know I have seen earlier) to ascertain whether this dubbing aspect is present in any of his earlier films. I do remember reading, well a long time back, that in the initial years of his career, his diction of Hindi/Urdu dialogues was less than desirable, as his voice had a very strong Punjabi accent to it. But I did not realize that he would be going through more than a dozen films and still be required to have his dialogues dubbed. The voice of the dubbing artist is very familiar, but I am not able to place a name to it right now.

The film is a costume drama with a strong element of palace intrigues and lost and found siblings stories. The corrupt Wazir (prime minister) has the king assassinated, and usurps the throne for himself. The king has two sons. The nanny for the two children is able to escape the bloodshed in the palace, along with one of the princes. The Wazir kind of adopts the second son, and raises him on a diet of lies and misinformation, hiding the truth about the death of the king, his father. The Wazir has a daughter, whom he wants to get married to the prince-in-custody. The prince-in-custody also fancies the lady. But the lady had lost her heart to a commoner in one of the villages in the kingdom, during some interludes that are very conveniently created by the story writers. The person she fancies, is actually the other prince, who had been taken away by the nanny and was raised by her in anonymity. So the tale of this film is about how the two brothers at first are enemies on account of fancying the same lady; then some way through the film, the truth about siblings is revealed and they become a team to vanquish the scheming Wazir and reclaim their father’s kingdom. And yes, the younger sibling gracefully steps aside for his elder brother to take over. 🙂

The one more interesting thing that I note about this film is the long drawn fighting sequences. Regular fans of Dara Singh films will recall the name King Kong. Yes, we had a wrestler by this name in that era when freestyle wrestling was a hugely popular spectator sport with the likes of Dara Singh, Randhawa, Goldstein, Imam Bux, Sheikh Ali, Hamida Pehalwan and of course the Great Gama Pehalwan etc. being the big names billed for such events. Believe it or not, but that was an era when for a freestyle wrestling match between some great names, one could expect anywhere from 1 Lakh to 2 Lakh spectators to be present (a Lakh is 100,000).

King Kong was a hugely bulky wrestler. His real name was Emile Czaja, and he was of mixed Indian – Australian descent, born in Hungary. He became a professional wrestler in the sub-continent and also appeared for bouts in all of south east Asia and Japan etc. Like Dara Singh he also migrated into Hindi films during the late 1950s and 60s, and appeared in many films generally as part of the villain’s team that would give a thrashing the heores to start with, and then at the end, get a beating of their lives at the hands of the lead wrestler. On YouTube, there are a few video footage clips of actual wrestling matches between Dara Singh and King Kong. Both of them appeared in many Hindi films together.

King Kong makes an appearance in this film also, as one of the henchmen of the devious Wazir. He has an additional significant presence in this film, as he also plays the father to the the young lady (Aruna Irani) who is the love interest of Maruti, the sidekick of Dara Singh in the film, making up a very detailed CSP (comic side plot). He fights on the side of the baddies, but eventually gives in to the goodies, since his daughter is in love with one of the goodies team member.

Ah yes, so I was talking about the long drawn out fight sequences in the film. They begin to appear almost from the start of the film, continue regularly throughout. Given these segments, the CSP and the songs, the actual story and dialogues have very little room to maneuver themselves. Everything other than the fight sequences seem to be in a hurry to get themselves done with. 🙂

Today’s song is the sixth song in the film. And what a rollicking dance song this one is. The trio of music directors – Lala Asar and Sattaar seem to be outdoing themselves in getting through the songs of this film. The song is filmed as a group dance song. The occasion is that the Wazir’s daughter has fled her father’s palace, choosing to come to the village where Dara Singh resides with his mother (actually his nanny from the royal babyhood days). The Wazir’s soldiers are chasing her, and they have been given a good beating by Dara Singh, Maruti and their team. This song is a celebration of their victory. We see Dara Singh and Geetanjali (Wazir’s daughter) and Dara Singh’s ‘mother’ seated prominently amongst the audience watching this performance. Maruti is part of this group dance. The video clip that is available is somewhat out of focus, on account of colors being splayed a little, as the photochemicals on the celluloid have aged. The face of the lead dancer is not very clear, and before I hazard a guess as to her identity, I request other friends and readers to please help identify this actress.

Enjoy this final song from this film to make it on to the billboard of our blog. And with that, we announce the Yippeee-dom status to this film. All aboard.

 

Song – Dhali Re Dhali Re Saanjh Dhali  (Sangraam) (1965) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Madhukar Rajasthani, MD – Lala Asr Sattaar
Unidentified Male Voice
Chorus

Lyrics

teek teek jhungha ka jhoonga
teek teek jhungi ki jhungi

teek teek jhunga ki jhungi
teek teek jhunga ki jhingi

dhali re dhali re saanjh dhali
chali re chali re main to chali
paayaliya boley re. . .
haule haule jiyara doley
hoye haule haule jiyara doley
hoye haule haule

bol sakhi
mere daaman mein kya hai
machla hua
aa ke mausam chhupa hai
meetha meetha
chhaaya mujh pe nasha hai
meetha meetha
chhaaya mujh pe nasha hai
ye to abhi
pehli pehli ada hai
chain luta
jaane kya ho gaya hai
mann ki lagan
ho ke magan
dol rahi jaise pawan
paayaliya boley re. . .
haule haule jiyara doley
hoye haule haule jiyara doley
hoye haule haule
teek teek jhunga ki jhungi
teek teek jhunga ki jhingi

naam mera
dil pe likhte deewaane
bhanwre sadaa
aayen ras to churaane
aai badi
rang mujh pe jamaane
aai badi
rang mujh pe jamaane
uljhe agar
bolo saawan suhaane
uljhe bina
suljhe naa dil ke taraane
jawaan jawaan chhaaya samaa
husn bhara gora badan
paayaliya boley re. . .
haule haule jiyara doley
hoye haule haule jiyara doley
hoye haule haule
teek teek jhunga ki jhungi
teek teek jhunga ki jhingi

raat nai
aai hai un se milaane
husn chala
ishq pe tan mann lutaane
chaand aaya
aaj mujhko bulaane
chaand aaya
aaj mujhko bulaane
kaun hai wo
hum se lagi tu chhupaane
preet bhare
nain batiyaan na maane
behki nazar
jaaun jidhar
aata mujhe
wo hi nazar
paayaliya boley re. . .
haule haule jiyara doley
hoye haule haule jiyara doley
hoye haule haule

dhali re dhali re saanjh dhali
chali re chali re main to chali
paayaliya boley re. . .
haule haule jiyara doley
hoye haule haule jiyara doley
hoye haule haule

aaaa aaaa aaaa aaa aaaa
(haule haule jiyara doley
hoye haule haule jiyara doley)

aaaa aaaa aaaa aaa aaaa
(haule haule jiyara doley
hoye haule haule jiyara doley)

aaaa aaaa aaaa aaa aaaa
(haule haule jiyara doley
hoye haule haule jiyara doley)

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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टीक टीक झुंघा का झूंघा
टीक टीक झुंघी का झुंघी

टीक टीक झुंघा की झुंघी
टीक टीक झुंघा की झिंघी

ढली रे ढली रे साँझ ढली
चली रे चली रे मैं तो चली
पायलिया बोले रे॰ ॰ ॰
हौले हौले जियरा डोले
होए हौले हौले जियरा डोले
होए हौले हौले

बोल सखी
मेरे दामन में क्या है
मचला हुआ
आ के मौसम छुपा है
मीठा मीठा
मुझपे छाया नशा है
मीठा मीठा
मुझपे छाया नशा है
ये तो अभी
पहली पहली अदा है
चैन लुटा
जाने क्या हो गया है
मन की लगन
हो के मगन
डोल रही जैसे पवन
पायलिया बोले रे॰ ॰ ॰
हौले हौले जियरा डोले
होए हौले हौले जियरा डोले
होए हौले हौले
टीक टीक झुंघा की झुंघी
टीक टीक झुंघा की झिंघी

नाम मेरा
दिल पे लिखते दीवाने
भँवरे सदा
आयें रस को चुराने
आई बड़ी
रंग मुझपे जमाने
आई बड़ी
रंग मुझपे जमाने
उलझे अगर
बोलो सावन सुहाने
उलझे बिना
सुलझे ना दिल के तराने
जवां जवां छाया समां
हुस्न भरा गोरा बदन
पायलिया बोले रे॰ ॰ ॰
हौले हौले जियरा डोले
होए हौले हौले जियरा डोले
होए हौले हौले
टीक टीक झुंघा की झुंघी
टीक टीक झुंघा की झिंघी

रात नई
आई है उनसे मिलाने
हुस्न चला
इश्क़ पे तन मन लुटाने
चाँद आया
आज मुझको बुलाने
चाँद आया
आज मुझको बुलाने
कौन है वो
हमसे लगी तू छुपाने
प्रीत भरे
नैन बतियाँ ना माने
बहकी नज़र
जाऊन जिधर
आता मुझे
वो ही नज़र
पायलिया बोले रे॰ ॰ ॰
हौले हौले जियरा डोले
होए हौले हौले जियरा डोले
होए हौले हौले

ढली रे ढली रे साँझ ढली
चली रे चली रे मैं तो चली
पायलिया बोले रे॰ ॰ ॰
हौले हौले जियरा डोले
होए हौले हौले जियरा डोले
होए हौले हौले

आsss आsss आsss आsss आsss
(हौले हौले जियरा डोले
होए हौले हौले जियरा डोले)

आsss आsss आsss आsss आsss
(हौले हौले जियरा डोले
होए हौले हौले जियरा डोले)

आsss आsss आsss आsss आsss
(हौले हौले जियरा डोले
होए हौले हौले जियरा डोले)


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Blog Day : 3554 Post No. : 14260

“Naatak” (1975) was produced by C D Shah and Harish Upadhyay and directed by Sohanlal Kanwar for Filmland Production, Bombay. The movie had Vijay Arora, Moushumi Chatterjee, Snehalata, Jayashree T, Sulochana Latkar, Madhup Sharma, Raj Mehra, Raj Rani, Bhagwan Dada, Naazima, Subhash Ghai, Sunder, Tiwari aka Ramayan Tiwari, Shabina, Hari Shivdasani, Alka etc in it.

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

Here is the fourth song from “Naatak” (1975) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

This song is picturised on Mausami Chatterji as a “get together party” song. Vijay Arora instruct Mausami Chatterji (or is she Shehlata ?) to appear “ban thhan ke”, viz with make up on, but she appears withut make up, viz by painting her face with black shoe polish apparently. 🙂 Needless to mention, this puts Vijay Arora in an embarrassing position.

The song can be described as a “Raja” song as well, seeing that the word Raja gets used in the song as many as thirteen times. 🙂


Song-Mera rang mera roop…raja sach bolo main kaisi lagti hoon (Naatak)(1975) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

mera rang mera roop
mere gaal mere baal
meri chaal mera haal
zara dekho
o dekho na

tumne jaisa socha thha
kya waisi lagti hoon
tumne jaisa socha thha
kya waisi lagti hoon
raaja sach bolo
main kaisi lagti hoon
raaja sach bolo
main kaisi lagti hoon

tumne jaisa socha thha
kya waisi lagti hoon
raaja sach bolo
main kaisi lagti hoon
raaja sach bolo
main kaisi lagti hoon
kaisi lagti hoo
raaja sach bolo
main kaisi lagti hoon

mehfil mein jo aayi
ik nazar mein sabke dil mein
mehmaan ho gayi
mehmaan ho gayi
mehfil mein jo aayi
ik nazar mein sabke dil mein
mehmaan ho gayi
mehmaan ho gayi
dekha apna chehra
aaine mein to
khud pe
qurbaan ho gayi
qurbaan ho gayi

mujhko ye maaloom na thha
main kaisi lagti hoon
raaja sach bolo
main kaisi lagti hoon
raaja sach bolo
main kaisi lagti hoon
kaisi lagti hoon
raaja sach bolo
main kaisi lagti hoon
bolo na

mere achche sainyya
tum meri khaatir
thhodi si takleef to karo
takleef to karo
mere achche sainyya
tum meri khaatir
thhodi si takleef to karo
takleef to karo
honthon se nahin to aankhon se kahin
tum meri
taareef to karo
taareef to karo

saare kahte hain
main pariyo jaisi lagti hoon
raaja sach bolo
main kaisi lagti hoon
raaja sach bolo
main kaisi lagti hoon

tumne jaisa socha thha
kya waisi lagti hoon
raaja sach bolo
main kaisi lagti hoon
raaja sach bolo
main kaisi lagti hoon
sach
kaisi lagti hoon
raaja sach bolo
main kaisi lagti hoon


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Blog Day : 3544 Post No. : 14227

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

The movie had five songs in it. Four of these songs have been covered in the past. Here are the details of the four songs from “Qurbaani” (1980) that have already been showcased in the blog:-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Ham tumhen chaahte hain aise 3082 6-Oct-10
Aap jaisa koi mein zindagi mein aaye MD-Biddu 7349 15-Jan-13
Qurbaani qurbaani qurbaani Allah ko pyaari hai qurbaani 11419 25-Sep-15
Laila main Laila 14222 31-Mar-18

The movie was “inspired” from a curry western Italian/German movie called “The Master touch”(1974). The movie has impressive background music by Ennio Moricone whose background music in movies like “The Good, The Bad and the Ugly”, “For a few dollars more” etc are extremely popular till today.

“Qurbaani” (1980) makers looked elsewhere for inspiration for the songs of the movie. While Kalyanji Anandji “arranged” or created music for four songs, as the case may be. one “western” song was composed by Biddu and that song turned out to be one of the freakest hits in the history of HFM. The creaters of this song, viz Nazia Hassan and Biddu could never replicate that success again.

Here is the fifth and final song from “Qurbaani” (1980) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Rafi. Indeewar is the lyricist. Music is by Kalyanji Anandji.

While listening to the lyrics of the songs of this movie, I realised that the lyrics writing of Indeewar has not received the credit that he deserved. For instance, he has given a routine Hindi film song situation such wonderful yet simple sounding lyrics that this song has gone on to become an all time classic.

The song is picturised on Zeenat Aman and Feroz Khan on the rugged and picturesque locations of Afghanistan. Some people like it for the picturisation, while some people like it for the singers. This song was one of the last few Rafi-Asha Bhonsle duets out of the several hundred songs that they sang together.

With this song, “Qurbaani” (1980) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Kya dekhte ho soorat tumhaari (Qurbaani)(1980) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Rafi, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

kya dekhte ho
kya dekhte ho
soorat tumhaari
kya chaahte ho
chaahat tumhaari
na hum jo keh den
keh na sakogi
lagti nahin thheek neeyat tumhaari
kya dekhte ho
soorat tumhaari
kya chaahte ho
chaahat tumhaari
na hum jo keh den
keh na sakogi
lagti nahin thheek neeyat tumhaari
kya dekhte ho
soorat tumhaari

roz roz
roz roz dekhoon tujhe
nayi nayi lage mujhe
angon mein amrit ki dhaara
tere angon mein amrit ki dhaara

dil lene ki dhang teri
seekhi koi rang tere
baaton ka andaaz pyaara
teri baaton ka andaaz pyaara
sharaarat se chehra chamakne laga kyoon
sharaarat se chehra chamakne laga kyoon

yeh rang laayi hai sangat tumhaari
kya dekhte ho
soorat tumhaari

socho zara
socho zara
jaan-e-jigar
beetegi kya tumpe agar
humko jo koi chura le
tumse humko jo koi chura le
kisi ne jo tumhen chheena
naamumkin hai uska jeena
kaise nazar koi daale
tumpe kaise nazar koi daale

pyaar pe apne itna bharosa
pyaar pe apne itna bharosa
itna mohabbat mein fitrat hamaari
kya dekhte ho
soorat tumhaari
kya chaahte ho
chaahat tumhaari
na hum jo keh den
keh na sakogi
lagti nahin thheek neeyat tumhaari
kya dekhte ho
soorat tumhaari


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Blog Day : 3544 Post No. : 14226

“Ten O’clock” (1958) was a Niagara Pictures production movie. It was directed by Jugal Kishore. The movie had Suresh, Geeta Bali, Sheikh Mukhtaar, Yakoob, Mirza Musharraf, Maruti, Daisy Irani etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. Six songs from this movie have been discussed in the past.

Here is the seventh song from “Ten O’clock” (1958) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Shyam Hindi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ram Ganguly.

The song is picturised as a mujra dance song on an undentified lady, with some katthak bol by an unidenfied male voice.. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify the dancer as well as the male voice. Thought the dancer is unidentified as yet, two of her clients visible in the picturisation are easily identifiable as Yakoob and Sheikh Mukhtaar.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.


Song-Ham dil ki tasalli ka saamaan luta baithhe (Ten O Clock)(1958) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Shyam Hindi, MD-Ram Ganguly
Unidentified Male voice

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

ye kis andaaz se ae ae ae ae
aayaa hai koi
meri mehfil mein
aa aa aa aa
hazaaron khwaahishein
angadaayiyaan
lene lagin dil mein
aa aa aa aa aa
hum dil ki tasalli ka
saamaan lutaa baithhe
hum dil ki tasalli ka
samaan lutaa baithhe
zaalim teri soorat par
zaalim teri soorat par
imaan lutaa baithhe
hum dil ki tasalli ka
saamaan lutaa baithhe
hum dil ki tasalli ka

nazar milaao to
dil ko qaraar aa jaaye ae
nazar milaao to
dil ko qaraar aa jaaye
kissi ke ujde chaman mein
bahaar aa jaaye ae
kissi ke ujade chaman mein
bahaar aa jaaye
bahaar aa jaaye
hum dil ki tasalli ka
saamaan lutaa baithhe
hum dil ki tasalli kaaa
zaalim teri soorat par
zaalim teri soorat par
imaan lutaa baithhe
hum dil ki tasalli ka

meri nigaahon ne
choomaa teri nigaahon ko
meri nigaahon ne
choomaa teri nigaahon ko
koi na dekh sakaa
inn haseen adaaon ko o
koi na dekh sakaa
inn haseen adaaon ko
haseen adaaoon ko
hum dil ki tasalli ka
saamaan lutaa baithhe
hum dil ki tasalli ka
zaalim teri soorat par
zaalim teri soorat par
imaan lutaa baithhe
hum dil ki tasalli ka

???
taa thaiyya thaiyya
thaku dhinaanan dhinaanan
thirak thirak
aur dhinak dhinak
naa dhid dhid thom dhid dhid
thaiyya thaiyya
ta ta thai
thaiyya thaiyya
ta ta thai
thaiyya thaiyya
ta ta thai


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Blog Day : 3543 Post No. : 14224

“Mome Ki Gudiya”(1972) was produced and directed by Mohan Mukar for M K Films Private Limited, Bombay. The movie had Tanuja, Ratan Chopra (new discovery), Jeva, Bhahmchaari, Meena T, Tuntun, Paro, Raj Mehra, Rashid Khan, Helen, Gopal Sahgal, Ridku, Brahm Bhardwaj, N Date, Subhash, Prakash Antra, Sunil Sharma, Ajay Kumar, Umakant Rao, Prakash Bhatia, Prakash Vaid, Naseb Singh etc in it with special appearances by Premnath, Nazeer Hussain and Om Prakash.

This “social” movie, which was apparently made to launch Ratan Chopra in Hindi movies, failed as a launch vehicle. Those were the days when failure of a movie meant failure of music of the movie as well, but that was not so in this case. There were five songs in it and these songs were quite popular. Anand Bakshi had sung two songs in the movie. The song “baaghon mein bahaar aayi” was one of the most popular songs of those days, as far as I was concerned.

Four songs from the movie have been covered in the past. Here are their details:-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Baaghon me bahaar aayi 558 16-Jan-09
Bandhan toote na sanwariya 4965 8-Nov-11
Reshma jawaan ho gayee 10211 5-Sep-14
Main dhoondhh raha thha sapnon mein 14218 30-Mar-18

Here is the fifth and final song from “Mome Ki Gudiya”(1972) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

The song is picturised as a cabarat dance. I thought that it was Madhumati(Helen’s lookalike) but the name of Helen is there is the cast and Madhumati’s is not there. So I guess that the dancer is Helen, after all. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation.

With this song, “Mome Ki Gudiya”(1972) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.

Audio

Video


Song-Nainon ki gaadi chali chhuk chhuk(Mome Ki Gudiya)(1972) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

Nainon ki gaadi chali
gaadi chali chhuk chhuk
chhuk chhuk
chhuk chhuk
chhuk chhuk
chhuk chhuk
Nainon ki gaadi chali
gaadi chali chhuk chhuk
chhuk chhuk
chhuk chhuk
chhuk chhuk
chhuk
o dilwaale matwaale
tere dil ke tesan pe
gaadi gayi
ruk ruk
ruk
gaadi chali chhuk chhuk
chhuk chhuk
chhuk chhuk
Nainon ki gaadi chali
gaadi chali chhuk chhuk
chhuk chhuk
chhuk chhuk
chhuk chhuk
chhuk
o dilwaale matwaale
tere dil ke tesan pe
gaadi gayi
ruk ruk
ruk
gaadi chali chhuk chhuk
chhuk chhuk chhuk
nainon ki gaadi chali
gaadi chali chhuk chhuk
chhuk chhuk
chhuk chhuk

lalalalalala
lalalalalal
laa laa
lalalalalala
lalalalalal
laa laa

aise jo aankhen churaayega re
aise jo aankhen churaayega
to baad mein tu pachhtaayega
chal degi baabu
arre gaadi aage
tu dekhta hi rah jaayega
darr mat duniya se
chalna hai to chal
aankh micholi khelen
luk chhup luk chhup
luk chhup luk chhup
luk chhup
gaadi chali chhuk chhuk
chhuk chhuk chhuk
nainon ki gaadi chali
gaadi chali chhuk chhuk
chhuk chhuk
o dilwaale matwaale
tere dil ke tesan pe
gaadi gayi
ruk ruk
ruk
gaadi chali chhuk chhuk
chhuk chhuk chhuk
Nainon ki gaadi chali
gaadi chali chhuk chhuk
chhuk chhuk
chhuk chhuk
chhuk chhuk
chhuk chhuk

jeewan hai kya
ek rail hai re
jeewan hai kya
ek rail hai
do din jawaani ka khel hai
thhode dinon ki
hai ye judaai
thhode dinon ka ye mel hai
prem nagar manzil hai hamaari
raste mein shahar do
dukh sukh
dukh sukh
dukh sukh
dukh sukh
dukh sukh
gaadi chali chhuk chhuk
chhuk chhuk chhuk
Nainon ki gaadi chali
gaadi chali chhuk chhuk
chhuk chhuk
chhuk chhuk
o dilwaale matwaale
tere dil ke tesan pe
gaadi gayi
ruk ruk
ruk
gaadi chali chhuk chhuk
chhuk chhuk chhuk
Nainon ki gaadi chali
gaadi chali chhuk chhuk
chhuk chhuk
chhuk chhuk
chhuk chhuk
chhuk chhuk
chhuk chhuk


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 : 3542 Post No. : 14220

1971 – the turn of a decade, that took away, and was destined to take away, many things that were loved and prized in the industry.

The 1960s ended; and with that, an era came to close. An era, when music and melody ruled supreme in Hindi films. Shades of things to come had already started to appear in this decade. And the transition would be sort of complete by the time the world turned into the 1970s.

Connecting this thought with the turn of that decade and some of the people connected with the film that we are bringing in to Yippeee land tonight.

1971 – it was the year when Jaikishan passed away. I remember that issue of Filmfare where this news was announced. I would be too young to know anything much about the music and the music makers of Hindi films, and Jaikishan was just another name to me at that time. All the details and their significance would fill in many years later. That day, that issue of Filmfare, the one thing that stuck to my mind was – there is so little color in this issue, so much black and white it is. Just 41 years – not an age to go. But then, as always, our arguments and desires stand nowhere in this arena.

1971 – and the closure of the young baby faced flamboyance of the Golden Boy of the Sixties. Yes, Shammi Kapoor. Having blasted through the decade with an average of almost 3 musical hits of his own peculiar genre every year, the baby face was getting puffy, as was the midriff. 1971 was the time that he bade farewell to the lead roles and after the release of ‘Andaaz’, ‘Jaane Anjaane’, ‘Preetam’ and ‘Jawaan Mohabbat’ that same year, the next that we see him is three years later – 1974, as Dhoopu, the boisterous owner of the ‘Dhoop Chhaon’ café, all stacked with a beard on his face and suspenders to hold up his pants. There was this one exception though – the film ‘Chhote Sarkar’ with him in the lead role opposite to Sadhna, was released in 1974. But that we know was a much delayed release of a film from mid 1960s, on account of Sadhna’s health problems.

1971 – the perky and the chirpy Sunita of ‘Teesri Manzil’ (1966), was still being readily cast opposite to the newer crop of heroes – Jeetendra and ‘Caravan’ (1971); Rajesh Khanna and ‘Aan Milo Sajna’ (1970); Navin Nischol and ‘Nadaan’ (1971); Vijay Arora and ‘Rakhi Aur Hathkadi’ (1972) et al. But these releases were also interspersed with other screenplays where Asha is one of the two pairs in the film, obviously the elder one – ‘Samadhi’ (1972), ‘Heera’ (1973), ‘Anjaan Raahen’ (1974), ‘Zakhmee’ (1975) et al; the transition successfully moving towards senior roles, undoubtedly.

Many a facet of an old order changed or were changing when 1971 turned on. Through the rest of the decade, we would see the passage of oh so dearly loved legendary singers – Mukesh, Rafi Sb. The color of Hindi film music would be changed. . . forever.

‘Jawaan Mohabbat’ – a film to be remembered, not just for the good music – some of its songs are so readily recall-able as listening favorites on the radio, but also as the phasing out of two very attractive leading artists who had ruled the industry top line for the entire decade of the 1960s. Asha had her debut opposite to Shammi Kapoor in the 1959 film ‘Dil Deke Dekho’. The two would be paired again as love birds three more times during the next twelve years – ‘Teesri Manzil’ in 1966, ‘Pagla Kahin Ka’ in 1970 and the Yippeee film of today – ‘Jawaan Mohabbat’ in 1972. ‘Jawaan Mohabbat’ – it was about young hearts in love. But in 1972, the future of these young hearts was all but moving to senior elevations in the screenplay.

The film is produced under the banner of Rupanjali Films, Bombay and is directed by Bhappi Soni. The cast of actors of this film is listed as Shammi Kapoor, Asha Parekh, Balraj Sahni, Rajendra Nath, Nirupa Roy, Pran, Shashikala, Dhumal, Raj Mehra, Madhavi, Krishan Dhawan, Kumud Tripathi, Baby Sarika, Mansaram, Ravikant, Sujata, Madhumati, Daisy Irani, Madan Kenny, and Vimal Chadha.

The seven songs of this film are shared amongst three writers, with Hasrat Jaipuri leading the honors with five songs and Rajendra Krishan and Shailendra doing one song each. S-J have composed the music in their own typical orchestral signatures. The earlier posted songs are listed here again for your review and recall.

Na Rootho Rootho Na Jawaan Mohabbat 1971 577 19-Jan-09
Zulmo Sitam Ko Bhi Jawaan Mohabbat 1971 744 14-Feb-09
Jab Muhabbat Jawaan Hoti Hai Jawaan Mohabbat 1971 1043 6-Apr-09
Mere Sapnon Ki Raani Tum Nahin Ho Jawaan Mohabbat 1971 6958 6-Nov-12
O Mil Gayi O Mil Gayi Mere Sapnon Ki Raani Mujhko Mil Gayi Jawaan Mohabbat 1971 6958 6-Nov-12
Jawaan Mohabbat Jahaan Jahaan Hai Jawaan Mohabbat 1971 7861 9-Apr-13
Nazar Mein Rang Aur Masti Bhara Toofaan Le Ke Jawaan Mohabbat 1971 14216 29-Mar-18

Today’s final song of this film to find its place on our blog, is a solo sung by Asha Bhosle. From the words and the style of singing, it appears to be a song of enticement. A song that would most likely be performed on screen by someone like Helen. However, not seeing her name in the list of actors, my guess is that this song is performed by Shashikala.

A wonderful recall of many thoughts and people, as we bring to close the list of songs of this film on our blog – ‘Jawaan Mohabbat’ of 1971 joins the Yippeee club, with all its songs now showcased here.

Song – In Nigaahon Mein Ghar Tumhaara Hai  (Jawaan Mohabbat) (1971) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Hasrat Jaipuri, MD – Shanker Jaikishan

Lyrics

in nigaahon mein
ghar tumhaara hai
tum jo aa jaao
to mazaa aaye
haaye
in nigaahon mein
ghar tumhaara hai
tum jo aa jaao
to mazaa aaye
haaye
in nigaahon mein

roop ki shehzaadi hoon
dil lubhaane aayi hoon
aao meri mehfil mein
aaj lene aayi hoon
roop ki shehzaadi hoon
dil lubhaane aayi hoon
aao meri mehfil mein
aaj lene aayi hoon
mast baahon mein
ek jannat hai
mere ban jaao
to mazaa aaye
haaye
in nigaahon mein
ghar tumhaara hai
tum jo aa jaao
to mazaa aaye
haaye
in nigaahon mein

baat meri maano tum
doob jaao aankhon mein
haaye kaisi hulchul hai
aag jaisi saanson mein
baat meri maano tum
doob jaao aankhon mein
haaye kaisi hulchul hai
aag jaisi saanson mein
in andheron mein
in ujaalon mein
tum jo takraao
to mazaa aaye
haaye
in nigaahon mein
ghar tumhaara hai
tum jo aa jaao
to mazaa aaye
haaye
in nigaahon mein

gair ko main jaanoon kya
tum hi mere qaatil ho
tum to mere jeevan mein
jaane kab se shaamil ho
gair ko main jaanoon kya
tum hi mere qaatil ho
tum to mere jeevan mein
jaane kab se shaamil ho
in ishaaron mein
dil ki baatein hain
tum samajh jaao to
to mazaa aaye
haaye
in nigaahon mein
ghar tumhaara hai
tum jo aa jaao
to mazaa aaye
haaye
in nigaahon mein

———————————————————
Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
———————————————————
इन निगाहों में
घर तुम्हारा है
तुम जो आ जाओ
तो मज़ा आये
हाए
इन निगाहों में
घर तुम्हारा है
तुम जो आ जाओ
तो मज़ा आये
हाए
इन निगाहों में

रूप की शहजादी हूँ
दिल लुभाने आई हूँ
आओ मेरी महफिल में
आज लेने आई हूँ’
रूप की शहजादी हूँ
दिल लुभाने आई हूँ
आओ मेरी महफिल में
आज लेने आई हूँ’
मस्त बाहों में
एक जन्नत है
मेरे बन जाओ
तो मज़ा आये
हाए
इन निगाहों में
घर तुम्हारा है
तुम जो आ जाओ
तो मज़ा आये
हाए
इन निगाहों में

बात मेरी मानो तुम
डूब जाओ आँखों में
हाए कैसी हलचल है
आग जैसी साँसों में
बात मेरी मानो तुम
डूब जाओ आँखों में
हाए कैसी हलचल है
आग जैसी साँसों में
इन अँधेरों में
इन उजालों में
तुम जो टकराओ
तो मज़ा आये
हाए
इन निगाहों में
घर तुम्हारा है
तुम जो आ जाओ
तो मज़ा आये
हाए
इन निगाहों में

गैर को मैं जानूँ क्या
तुम ही मेरे क़ातिल हो
तुम तो मेरे जीवन में
जाने कब से शामिल हो
गैर को मैं जानूँ क्या
तुम ही मेरे क़ातिल हो
तुम तो मेरे जीवन में
जाने कब से शामिल हो
इन इशारों में
दिल की बातें हैं
तुम समझ जाओ
तो मज़ा आये
हाए
इन निगाहों में
घर तुम्हारा है
तुम जो आ जाओ
तो मज़ा आये
हाए
इन निगाहों में


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Blog Day : 3540 Post No. : 14214

“Sitaara” (1980) was a Sunandini Pictures production. It was produced by Mallikarjuna Rao and directed by Meraj. The movie had Mithun Chakraborty, Zarina Wahaab, Kanhaiyalal, Suresh Chatwal, MacMohan, Paintal, Dinesh Thakur, T.P.Jain, Yunus Parwaiz, Mumtaz Shanti, Pathak,
Kishore Kapoor, Bhooshan Banmali, Radha Swamy, Prakash Raghuvanshi, Kabira, Mallik, Agha, Jalal Agha etc in it.

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

Here is the fourth song from “Sitaara” (1980) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Gulzar is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.

The song is picturised as a movie shooting song where Zarira Wahab gives a mujra performance and Macmohan plays her client. Mithun Chakraborty, who is watching the shooting is quite uncomfortable at the advances that MacMohan makes on Zarina Wahab during the shooting.

Since Mithun da is uncomfortable, even movie watchers are unable to enjoy the song while watching the picturisation of the song. 🙂

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.


Song-Aap aaye gareebkhaane mein (Sitaara)(1980) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, lyrics-Gulzar, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

aaa aaa aaa aaa
aaa aaa aaa
aap aaye gareebkhaane mein
aap aaye gareebkhaane mein ae
aag see lag gayee
zamaane mein ae ae
aap aaye gareebkhaane mein
aap aaye gareebkhaane mein

aap hi ki..ee…ee
aa…aa…aaa aa aa
aaa…aa….aaa aa aaa
aaa…aa…aaa…aaa aa
aap hi ki
nazar lagi ee
varnaa
der lagti
shabaab aane mein ae
aap aaye gareebkhaane mein ae
aap aaye gareebkhaane mein ae

dil mein aise
chhupaa aa liyaa
dil mein
aise
chhupaa liyaa..aaa
ho o ho
dil mein aise
chhupaa liyaa hai gham
dil mein aise
chhupa liyaa hai gham
aag rakh lee hai
aashiyaane mein ae
aap aaye gareebkhaane mein ae ae
aap aaye gareebkhaane mein ae

ek hi raah aa aa
ek hi raah
zindagi ee
lekin
ek hi raah
zindagi ee
lekin
umr lagti hai
zehar khaane mein
aap aaye gareebkhaane mein ae ae
aag see lag gayee zamaane mein
aap aaye gareebkhaane mein ae
aap aaye
gareebkhaane mein
aap aaye gareebkhaane mein


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