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“Dahej”(1950) was produced and directed by V Shantaram for Rajkamal Kalamandir, Bombay. The movie had Karan dewan, Jayshree, Prithviraj, Lalita Pawar, Ulhas, K Date, Mumtaz Shanti, Lata rao etc in it.

This “social” movie on the evils of dowry with ten songs in it. Eight songs from the movie have been discussed in the past.

Here is the ninth song from “Dahej”(1950) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Jayshree and it is picturised on her as well, though the picturisation shows this song playing in the background while she is writing a leeter to her estranged husband played by Karan Dewan.

Shams Lucknowi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Vasant Desai.


Song-Dil de chuke jab maaloom hua (Dahej)(1950) Singer-Jayshree, Lyrics-Shams Lucknowi, MD-Vasant Desai

Lyrics

dil de chuke jab maaloom hua
tum aur kahin
ham aur kahin
tum hamse juda
ham tumse juda aa aa
tum hamse juda
ham tumse juda
dil de chuke jab maaloom hua

ujiyaari chaandni raaton mein
ujiyaari chaandni raaton mein
gul aur bulbul ke baabul mein
bas goonji huyi hai ek sada
tum aur kahin ham aur kahin
dil de chuke jab maaloom hua


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“Ek Ke Baad Ek”(1960) was produced and directed by Raj Rishi for Rajkala, Bombay.

This movie had Dev Anand, Sharda, Tarla Mehta, Radhakishan, Prabhu, S K Prem, Hiralal, Madhu Apte, Fazal, Ravikant, Vimal, Mumtaz, Rani Sachdev, Shah, Omi etc with lots of child artists, viz. Brij, Reeta, Geeta, Raj Amrohi, Kiran Kumar, Manorama etc.

Five songs from this movie have been discussed in the past.

Today (3 november 2016) is the fifth death anniversary of Dev Anand. On this occasion, I thought of discussing a song from “”Ek Ke Bad Ek”(1960). I selected this song from the movie which is sung by Manna Dey and chorus. It is only when I listened to the song and watched the video that I realised what the title of the movie meant. “Ek Ke Baad Ek” in the title means producing one child after another, unmindful of the consequences. In fact, this song, which is the background song, is very much the theme song of the movie which decries this irresponsible flouting of family planning norms. The movie has one man who keeps produced child after child and finally his hapless wife dies durng one of her countless child births. And it is then that this background song takes place.

Kaifi Azmi is the lyricist. Music is composed by S D Burman. The picturisation shows Dev Anand as well as others (whom I am unable to identify).


Song-Na tel aur na baati na kaaboo hawa par (Ek Ke Baad Ek)(1962) Singer-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Kaifi Azmi, MD-S D Burman
Chorus
Manna Dey + Chorus

Lyrics

aa aa
aa aa
aa aa
aa
aa aa
aa aa
aa aa
aa

na tel aur na baati
na kaabu hawa par
diye kyun jalaaye chala ja raha hai
na tel aur na baati
na kaabu hawa par
diye kyun jalaaye chala ja raha hai
aa aa
aa aa
aa aa
aa
aa aa
aa aa
aa aa
aa

ujaalon ko tere siyaahi ne ghera
nigal jaayega raushni ko andhera
ujaalon ko tere siyaahi ne ghera
nigal jaayega raushni ko andhera
chiraagon ki lau par dhunwa chha raha hai
diye kyun jalaaye chala ja raha hai
na tel aur na baati
na kaabu hawa par
diye kyun jalaaye chala ja raha hai
aa aa
aa aa
aa aa
aa
aa aa
aa aa
aa aa
aa

na de dosh bhagwaan ko bhole bhaale
khushi ki tamanna mein gham toone paale
na de dosh bhagwaan ko bhole bhaale
khushi ki tamanna mein gham toone paale
tu apne kiye ki saza pa raha hai
diye kyun jalaaye chala ja raha hai
na tel aur na baati
na kaabu hawa par
diye kyun jalaaye chala ja raha hai
aa aa
aa aa
aa aa
aa
aa aa
aa aa
aa aa
aa

teri bhool par kal ye duniya hansegi
nishaani har ik daag ban kar rahegi
teri bhool par kal ye duniya hansegi
nishaani har ik daag ban kar rahegi
tu bharne ki khaatir mita ja raha hai
diye kyun jalaaye chala ja raha hai
na tel aur na baati
na kaabu hawa par
diye kyun jalaaye chala ja raha hai
aa aa
aa aa
aa aa
aa

aa aa
aa aa
aa aa
aa
aa aa
aa aa
aa aa
aa
aa aa
aa aa
aa aa
aa


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“Priyatama”(1977) was produced by T C Dewan and directed by Basu Chatterji for Modern Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Neetu Singh, Jeetendra, Rakesh Roshan, Asha Sachdev, Utpal Dutt, Reeta Haksar, I.S.Johar, Ritu Kamal, Murad, Sunder, Latika, Roshni, Ajay Kumar, Asrani, Deven Verma, Asit Sen, Jaya Prabha etc in it.
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#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 47 # Kishore Kumar (his many moods)
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I have no idea when it was for the first time that I heard this song under discussion. I may have listened to it for the first time on radio many years ago.

I have never watched this movie ‘Jaane Anjaane-1971’. The song that I associate this movie with is not this title song, but other better known songs viz. ‘teri neeli aankhon ke’ and later ‘chham chham baaje re payaliya’. I became familiar with these songs when when I got a compilation of songs recorded in 1987-98 that I labelled as ‘classical songs from Hindi movies’.
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Hullo to all in Atuldom

A very belated Happy Diwali to all those who I missed to wish. Hope it was sweet and well lit for all. We are into the new Samvat and here is the first birthday.

We all know this birthday boy as a winner of 14 filmfare awards. He has a significant fan following in Asia and among the Indian Diasporas across the globe. He is one who dared to pick villainous roles early on in his career –something like say Vinod Khanna or Shatrughan Sinha of the previous generation. He is the pet of the film maker who is considered the king of romantic films in the current era. His paternal grandfather was a Pathan and the family moved to India post 1948. He grew up in Delhi and was educated from schools and colleges there but his road to fame and fortune began when he joined the Theatre Action Group and was mentored by Barry John. Oh yes I am speaking of Badshah alias Raj (naam toh suna hoga?) alias Rahul alias Shahrukh Kkkkhan –like the way he said KKKKiran in one of his early movies.
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“Lahore”(1949) was directed by M L Anand for Jaimini Dewan Productions, Bombay. The movie had Karan Dewan, Nargis, Kanan Devi, Om Prakash, Randhir, Balakram, Ram Avtaar etc in it. The movie was on the topic of the aftermath of partition of India in 1947.
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The Voice of Mukesh #70
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This voice has such an alluring appeal. No matter what the song may be, Mukesh ji’s voice has the quality to enliven the song with the depth of his soulful emotion. The words come alive with his rendition. Listen to any of his songs, whether they have been popularized on account of association with successful films and actors, or they belong to obscure, unheard and unsuccessful films. His songs from many such films have remained obscure and unheard. For songs of Mukesh, the unexplored era is primarily in the 1970s.  There still are many songs sung by him, that have to find their place on this blog. Many of them are unfamiliar and obscure, and some are familiar but unheard for long.
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Mohammed Rafi : The Incomparable (II) – Song No. 06
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Remembering Rafi Sahab on his 36th Death Annivrsary (31 july 2016) :
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“Naubahaar” (1952) was jointly produced by Ashok Kumar and M S Alhuwalia under the banner of New Premier Pictures and it was directed by Anand Kumar.
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“Grihasthi”(1963) was directed by Kishore Sahu for Gemini Chitra,Madras. The movie had Ashok Kumar, Manoj Kumar, Nitrupa Roy, Rajshree, Indrani Mukherji, Sudesh Kumar, Lalita Pawar, Bipin Gupta, Jageerdaar, Ifthikhar, Kanhaiyalal, Niranjan Sharma, Achla Sachdev, Pushpavalli, Bhatri Malvankar, Mehmood, Shubha Khote etc in it.
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