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This article is written by Aparna HM, 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.

Atul ji’s 10K Song Milestone Celebrations – 12
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Atul ji has become a legend now 🙂 . Anybody disagrees? I dont think so. Who else has achieved what he has achieved – a mammoth task of collecting information about 10,000 songs and then writing/sharing the same with like-minded enthusiasts. A monumental work, unselfish to the core. What sacrifices he must have made, how much time he would have spent, what passion he must be having to carry on blogging relentlessly for almost 9 years!! You would get an idea of it when you go through one of his write-ups for the song “Kitne Bhi Tu Kar Le Sitam“. Forget about miserly people running such a blog, it is not a possibility at all. Even a person earning good amount of money would hesitate to do it. You will understand my statement in its full extent only if you read the above-mentioned write-up.

Well, his blog is an encyclopedia of old HFM I would say, containing the most accurate information. In addition to all these qualities, he allows others to write on his blog (guess it is done after correcting wrong particulars sent by guest-writers. I am sure that many of the guest-writers are themselves experts in the field who don’t give wrong details. But it is another matter for a know-nothing person like me!!).

Hats-off to you Sir!!! Your ‘saat khoon maaf‘ (though I don’t forgive the acting of Priyanka Chopra in the movie (unrelated CSP??) 🙂 Hope you continue to do it for decades to come, my sincere wishes are with you.

Coming to song that I have selected by proxy (it was suggested by Sudhir ji, many thanks to you Sudhir ji) is “Barso Re Megha” from the 2007 film ‘Guru’. The movie was released in 2007.  It is directed by Mani Ratnam and produced under the banner of Madras Talkies. The music is by AR Rehman and the lyrics writer is Gulzar. The song is picturized on Aishwarya Rai and sung by Shreya Ghoshal. Each and every one of them is a very big name in the Hindi movie world as you all know. With this song, the movie ‘Guru’ makes its debut on the blog.

There is an unknown male singer who sings a couple of lines in between. Request to more knowledgeable readers to help identify the voice please.

What a delightful song it is. Aishwarya looks out of the world, dances ethereally. She sheds her plasticky image to portray the joy of experiencing rain. She dances with abandon to the steps of Saroj Khan. The background of the song is – she is about to leave her parental home and elope with her beloved Guru (role played by Abhishek Bachchan). There is a short dialogue in the song in Aishwarya’s own voice about India getting independence and she chuckling why shouldn’t she.

Rain is shown pouring throughout the song and it is supposed to be natural rain as it was monsoon season when this song was shot. Aishwarya is heard calling the clouds to send down more rains. She says the rain is neither warm, nor too cold; the temperature is at optimal level (kosa), is sweet (meetha) and is like a kiss (bosa). Unusual words but not unusual with Gulzar. (Thanks to Sudhir ji for the right meaning of the words). She wants to build a house with mud made wet by rains with her lover. And she is perched on a jhoola and literally rocking. Ah girl, what bliss!!

She hears the twinkling sounds of bulls and farmers tilling land. Unmindful of the consequences, she swims towards the dwelling of her premi. In the dark night, rain flows rapidly. She imagines that the clouds will be searching for her. After searching for a while in locations like ghar, aangan, angana and jharna, the clouds will move away unable to find her. See, she is clever enough to keep her activity covert, even clouds cannot see her. She tells the billowing clouds not to forget her as otherwise everybody will be asking them about her. What imagination!! With unsteady movements, she moves towards her goal of joining her darling dearest.

Now if anybody is wondering what is the relationship between this song and Atul ji’s feat. This is what Sudhir ji has to say – Listening to this song, what came to my mind is the downpour of music that is made possible by Atul ji, through ASAD. Makes perfect sense.

Enjoy the song. Hope you too jig / swirl / frolic / jive / prance with our heroine.

[Ed Note: Identification of the male voice and words of the Gujarati song (two lines) appearing in this song are provided by Sh. Ambreesh Kagzi.]


Song – Barso Re Megha Megha (Guru) (2007) Singer – Shreya Ghoshal, Lyrics – Gulzar, MD – AR Rahman
Uday Mazumdaar
Aishwarya’s Voice
Shreya Ghoshal + Chorus
Chorus

Lyrics

naa re naa re

naa re naa re

nanna na re naa re

naa re naa re

nanna re nanna re nanna re na naa re

barso re megha megha
barso re megha megha
barso re megha barso
barso re megha megha
barso re megha megha
barso re megha barso
meetha hai kosa hai
baarish ka bosa hai
kosa hai kosa hai
baarish ka bosa hai
meetha hai kosa hai
baarish ka bosa hai
kosa hai kosa hai
baarish ka bosa hai

jal jal jal jal jal jal
jal thal jal thal
chal chal chal chal
chal chal chal chal
chal chal behta chal
nanna re nanna re nanna re na naa re
nanna re nanna re nanna re na naa re
nanna re nanna re nanna re na naa re
nanna re nanna re nanna re na naa re
barso re
barso re megha ‘ee’ barso re megha megha
barso re megha barso

va vhaya ne vaadal oomatyaa
gokul maa tahuko mor malyaa

gilee gilee gilee haa
ha ha ha ha
ha aa ha ha. . .
gilee gilee matee
gilee matee ke
chal gharonde banaayenge re
hari bhari ambi
ambi ki daali
mil ke jhoole jhulayenge re ho
dhan baiju gajni. . . 
hal jotey sab ne
bailon ki ghanti bajee. . . 
aur taal lagey bharne
re tair ke chalee
main to paar chali
re tair ke chalee
main to paar chali
paarwaale parle kinaar chali re megha
nanna re nanna re nanna re na naa re
nanna re nanna re nanna re na naa re
nanna re nanna re nanna re na naa re
nanna re nanna re nanna re na naa re

[Spoken words in Aishwarya’s voice while she writes a letter to father:]
(baapu main jaa rahi hoon. jo meri marzi hai woh aap ki pasand nahin.
ab desh aazaad hai, to aap ki beti kyon nahin? mujhe mera saathi mil
gaya hai. chinta mat karna, main khush rahoongi – aap ki Sujata
)

kaali kaali raaten
kaali raaton mein
yeh badarva baras jaayega
gali gali mujhko
megha dhoondega
aur garaj ke palat jaayega
ghar aangan angana
aur paani ka jharna
bhool naa jaana mujhe
sab poochhenge varna
re beh ke chali main to beh ke chali
re keh ke chali main to keh ke chali re megha
nanna re nanna re nanna re na naa re
nanna re nanna re nanna re na naa re

na na re na na re
(nanna re nanna re)
nanna re nanna re
(nanna re nanna re)

nanna re na naa re
na na re na re
na re.. na re..
naa re
(nanna re)
naa re
(nanna re)
naa re
(nanna re)
naa re
(nanna re)
nanna re nanna re naana re na naa re

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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ना रे ना रे

ना रे ना रे

नन्ना ना रे ना रे

ना रे ना रे

नन्ना रे नन्ना रे नन्ना रे ना ना रे

बरसो रे मेघा मेघा
बरसो रे मेघा मेघा
बरसो रे मेघा बरसो
बरसो रे मेघा मेघा
बरसो रे मेघा मेघा
बरसो रे मेघा बरसो
मीठा है कोसा है
बारिश का बोसा है
कोसा है कोसा है
बारिश का बोसा है
मीठा है कोसा है
बारिश का बोसा है
कोसा है कोसा है
बारिश का बोसा है

जल जल जल जल जल जल
जल थल जल थल
चल चल चल चल
चल चल चल चल
चल चल बहता चल
नन्ना रे नन्ना रे नन्ना रे ना ना रे
नन्ना रे नन्ना रे नन्ना रे ना ना रे
नन्ना रे नन्ना रे नन्ना रे ना ना रे
नन्ना रे नन्ना रे नन्ना रे ना ना रे
बरसो रे
बरसो रे मेघा ई बरसो रे मेघा मेघा
बरसो रे मेघा बरसो

वा व्याह ने वाडल ऊमत्या
गोकुल मा तहुक्यो मोर मलया

गिली गिली गिली हा
हा हा हा हा
हा आ हा हा॰ ॰ ॰
गिली गिली माटी
गीली माटी के
चल घरोंदे बनाएँगे रे
हरी भरी अम्बी
अम्बी की डाली
मिल के झूले झुलाएंगे रे हो
धन बैजु गजनी
हल जोते सबने
बैलों की घंटी बजी
और ताल लगे भरने
रे तैर के चली
मैं तो पार चली
रे तैर के चली
मैं तो पार चली
पार वाले परले किनार चली रे मेघा
नन्ना रे नन्ना रे नन्ना रे ना ना रे
नन्ना रे नन्ना रे नन्ना रे ना ना रे
नन्ना रे नन्ना रे नन्ना रे ना ना रे
नन्ना रे नन्ना रे नन्ना रे ना ना रे

[अपने पिता को पत्र लिखते हुये, ऐश्वर्या की आवाज़ में शब्द]
(बापू मैं जा रही हूँ। जो मेरी मर्ज़ी है वो आपकी पसंद नहीं।
अब देश आज़ाद है तो आपकी बेटी क्यों नहीं? मुझे मेरा साथी
मिल गया है। चिंता मत करना, मैं खुश रहूँगी – आपकी सुजाता
)

काली काली रातें
काली रातों में
ये बदरवा बरस जाएगा
गली गली मुझको
मेघा ढूंढेगा
और गरज के पलट जाएगा
घर आँगन अंगना
और पानी का झरना
भूल ना जाना मुझे
सब पूछेंगे वरना
रे बह के चली मैं तो बह के चली
रे कह के चली मैं तो कह के चली रे मेघा
नन्ना रे नन्ना रे नन्ना रे ना ना रे
नन्ना रे नन्ना रे नन्ना रे ना ना रे

ना ना रे ना ना रे
(नन्ना रे नन्ना रे)
नन्ना रे नन्ना रे
(नन्ना रे ना ना रे)
ना ना रे ना रे
ना रे॰॰ ना रे॰॰
ना रे
(नन्ना रे)
ना रे
(नन्ना रे)
ना रे
(नन्ना रे)
ना रे
(नन्ना रे)
नान्ना रे नान्ना रे नान्ना रे ना ना रे

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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 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.

BINDIYA (1946) was produced under the banner of Sun Art Pictures and was directed by Chimanlal Luhar. The star cast included Amar, Ragini, E Billimoria, Kamal Zamindar, Leela Mishra, Pratima Devi, Shakir, Bhagwandas, Leela Pawar etc. The film was reviewed in August 1946 issue of ‘Filmindia’. I was surprised to find for a change that the review was somewhat lengthier than the usual. After reading the review, I came to know as to why it was so. The additional length of the review was utilised for heavily criticising the director of the film for his inapt handling of the emotional scenes and for Prabhulal Dwivedi, the story writer for the film story based on a mix of several mythological stories.

I have attempted to make a condensed version of the review which is given below:

Raja Ganesh Prasad disappears leaving his wife, a little son and a huge property to his manager, Jagdish. Over a period of time, Jagdish misappropriates the property and expels the mother and the child. He now takes a new title, Raja Jagdish Prasad. He has a new manager, Prakash (E Billimoria) who is an ambitious and a greedy person. He has an eye over the huge property and Jyoti (Ragini), the daughter of Raja Jagdish Prasad.

As the years passed, the mother, Saraswati and the grown up son, Niranjan (Amar) devote their time for the services of the villagers. Prakash makes the first move towards his goal by arresting a cashier of the firm on a false charge. This brings Niranjan in the direct confrontation with Prakash. After the intervention of Raja Jagdish Prasad, the cashier is let off.

During the course of the negotiation for releasing the cashier, Niranjan introduces himself as the son of Raja Ganesh Prasad which makes Raja Jagdish Prasad uncomfortable. He gets a heart attack. He decides that the property which he had misappropriated from Raja Ganesh Prasad should be given back to Niranjan. But this is not to the liking of Prakash who now plans to frame up Niranjan. He also starts blackmailing Raja Jagsidh Prasad of his wrong doings.

In the meanwhile Jyoti, who is now in college, suddenly finds one sadhu giving astrological prediction and tells Jyoti that she is destined to become a widow on the day of her marriage. He also gives a prediction to Prakash that he would have blood of his father on his hand and tells another person that soon police will put chain around his wrists. This was all the handiwork of Prakash as he wanted to frame Niranjan. However, instead of Niranjan, another person is arrested by the police and chained on his wrists. So the first of Sadhu’s predictions has become true by design.

Jyoti loves Prakash and is about to get married. But Prakash backs out when he comes to know that Raja Jagdish Prakash would not give him the gold during the marriage. The story now takes an unusual turn. Jyoti gets married to Nirnajan under a tree in a forest and at that very time the lightning strikes Niranajan who is deemed killed. Jyoti becomes widow on the day of her marriage as predicted by the sadhu.

After some crying and wailing followed by singing of a song over her loss, a group of sanyasi finds Niranjan very much alive. The hero and the heroine are united. Prakash, the villain has a change of heart thanks to the group of sanyasis, the head of which is none other than Raja Ganesh Prasad. The film ends with a happy note.

BINDIYA (1946) had 11 songs written by Pandit Madhur (9) and Rammurthi Chaturvedi (2) which have been set to music by Kamal Dasgupta. Here is the first song ‘baadal baras baras ke tu paighaam suna de’ from the film to appear on the Blog. It is a multiple version song – the first one being duet sung by Amar and Kalyani Das. The second version is a solo sung by Kalyani Das with different antara lyrics. Both the versions of the songs are written by Pandit Madhur.

Since Amar is a lead actor in the film, it is apparent that the duet version is picturised on Amar and Ragini. In the film review referred to above, there is a mention that immediately after the marriage, Niranjan (Amar) is deemed to be killed by a lightning strike. At that time, Jyoti (Ragini) sings the song lamenting over her loss of ‘bhaag kaa sindoor’. After the end of the song, both Jyoti and Niranjan slowly walk towards each other and are united. The solo version of the song seems to fit in the situation.

With these songs, ‘Bindiya’ (1946) makes its debut in the Blog.

Duet Version :

Female Solo Version :

Song-Baadal baras baras ke tu paighaam suna de (Bindiya)(1946) Singers-Amar, Kalyani Das, Both/ Kalyani Das, Lyrics-Pt Madhur, MD-Kamal Dasgupta

Lyrics
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Duet version
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baadal baras baras ke
baadal baras baras ke tu
paighaam suna de
paighaam suna de
paimaana choor choor hai
tooti hai suraahi
har oar gham hai dard hai
aansoo hai tabaahi
manzil abhi baaqi hi rahi
thhak gaya raahi
hai door kinaara
usse tu paas mein laa de
manzil abhi baaqi hi rahi
thhak gaya raahi
hai door kinaara
usse tu paas mein laa de
baadal baras baras ke tu
paighaam suna de
paighaam suna de

deepak ne raushni bhi di
aur ghar bhi jalaaya
aur ghar bhi jalaaya
deepak ne raushni bhi di
aur ghar bhi jalaaya
aur ghar bhi jalaaya
sooraj ne jal ke chaand kaa
sansaar basaaya
sansaar basaaya
sooraj ne jal ke chaand kaa
sansaar basaaya
sansaar basaaya

parde mein chhupi zindagi
parde mein chhupi zindagi
parda tu hataa de ae ae
parda tu hataa de
parde mein chhupi zindagi
parda tu hataa de ae ae ae
parda tu hataa de
taqdeer ke likkhe ko mita de
tu mita de ae
taqdeer ke likkhe ko mita de
tu mita de
mita de
mita de ae

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Female Solo Version
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baadal garaj garaj ke
baadal garaj garaj ke tu
paighaam suna de ae ae ae
paighaam suna de
baadal garaj garaj ke tu
paighaam suna de ae ae
paighaam suna de
dharti se aasmaan tak
dharti se aasmaan tak
toofaan macha de ae ae ae
toofaan macha de
dharti se aasmaan tak
toofaan macha de ae ae ae
toofaan macha de

haathhon se abhi mehandi bhi
ho na saki door
haathhon se abhi mehandi bhi
ho na saki door
hai loot liya jisne mere bhaag kaa sindoor
hai loot liya jisne mere bhaag kaa sindoor
uss lootne waale kaa dil ek baar
ek baar
ek baar hi la de ae ae
ek baar hi la de
baadal garaj garaj ke tu
paighaam suna de ae ae
paighaam suna de
baadal garaj garaj ke tu
paighaam suna de ae ae
paighaam suna de…ae


This article is written by Bharat Upadhyay, 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.

Lata’s Songs NOT YET covered on our Blog – 18
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Meri Kahaani, (1948) was produced by Super Team Federal Productions, Bombay and directed by Keki Mistry. It had a star-cast consisting of Surendra, Munnawar Sultana, Pratima Devi, Sanobar, Leela Kumari, Ramesh Sinha, Bhudo Advani, Santosh Kumar, Murad Khan, Vaskar etc.
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“Pandit Jee”(1946) was directed by G R Durrani for Rukhsana Pictures, Bombay. This movie had Surekha, Agha Jaan, Suraiyya Zulfi, Ghulam Rasool, Alaknanda, Maya Devi, Mumtaz Begam, Sadiq, Nawaz, Ansari etc in it.
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“Pagdandi”(1947) was directed by Ram Narayan Dave for Pancholi Art. The movie had Padma, Akhtar, Gyaani, Om Prakash, Akhtari etc in it.
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“Pagdandi”(1947) was directed by Ram Narayan Dave for Pancholi Art. The movie had Padma, Akhtar, Gyaani, Om Prakash, Akhtari etc in it.
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“Gaaon” (1947) was directed by Dwarka Khosla for Jamuna Productions, Bombay. The movie had Karan Dewan, Indu Mishra, Tiwari, Amir Bano, Khaleel, Ram Singh, Leela, Shanti, Anand, Shekhar, Mahendra Watal, Lalit etc in it.
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“Mera Ghar Mere Bachche” (1960) was a Minerva Movietone movie. It was directed by Sohrab Modi. The movie had Sohrab Modi, Subbiraj,Sulochana, Naaz, Balraj, Daisy Irani, Kavita, Nana Palsikar, Sudesh Kumar etc in it.
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This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

‘Basant Panchami-1956’ was directed by Jayant Desai for ‘Hemlata Pictures’. It had Nirupa Roy, Anant Kumar, Jeevan, S.N.Tripathi, Niranjan Sharma, Kumkum, Babu Raje, Uma Dutt, Naazi, Shri Bhagwan and others.
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“Beti” (1941) was directed by Jayant Desai for Ranjit Movietone, Bombay. HFGK mentions the names of the artists in this movie as Khursheed, Vasanti, Arun, E Bilimoria, Dhori, Kesri, Khatoon, Bhagwandas, Dharpure, Nagendra, Bhupat Rai, Sharma, Revashankar etc.
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