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Blog Day : 3615 Post No. : 14412

Since this is a song blog so it is natural that I visit song sites viz YT etc daily. I had vaguely noticed a video about a movie called “Parmanu” in the past in YT and I had not taken much notice, seeing that I am not interested in new movies.

Three days ago (friday), I saw that video again. I got interested and clicked on that link. I found that it was the trailer of the movie. From the trailer I found that this movie was based on the tale of Indian nuclear tests carried out in 1998. The trailer also mentioned that the movie was releasing on 25 may 2018.

We were already in june 2018, which meant that the movie must have been released already. But I did not have much information about it. But then how could I, as I was not much interested and aware about new movies.

Seeing that the movie was based on a real life happening, and that too a very important happening in the history of India, and also the world, I suddenly became very interested in the movie. The movie was released two weeks ago and I did not read anything about it on newspapers or online, so I guessed that the movie may not have done well at the box office. I wondered whether it was still playing in a movie hall near me, as they say in movie advertisements. When I checked up, I found that the movie was indeed playing in three nearby movie halls. It was friday, and I decided to watch it in the mall where it was being shown in noon show (13:30 PM). I was familiar with this mall because it is a favourite place for my wife whenever she visits me. 🙂

It was friday and the show timings coincided with my lunch break time. So I decided to forego my lunch that day and instead decided to watch the movie.

The nuclear tests of may 1998 are fairly well known to most regulars of this blog who all must have been well into their twenties or more at that time. But since I am very interested in such matters, I may have more in depth information on this topic than most people.

The real tale in brief is:

After the collapse of Soviet Union in early 1990s, India finds itself in a precarious position. Friendship with Soviet Union assured them of security in the past but that security umbrella had vanished. India found themselves increasingly bullied by USA and China, and Pakistan, an ally of USA and China stepped up its efforts to destabilise India through actions that self respecting Indians found highly provocative and humiliating. Forget Pakistan, even other tiny neighbouring countries began to needle India.

Public sentiment of nationalist Indians was that India needed to sent a strong message to the world that India could not be regarded as a pushover. So as soon as the nationalist government of BJP won vote of confidence in Parliament, it authorised nuclear testing. Three years ago, P V Narsimha Rao’s government had also contemplated it, but USA got wind of it and put intense pressure on India and that plan had to be dropped.

This time in 1998, Vajpayee government was determined that tests must be carried out. Learning from 1995, it was decided to carry out the preparation for the tests in secrecy so that USA did not get any clue and became aware of the fact only after the tests were carried out. Indians actually managed to carry out all their preparations in secrecy. USA, despite its spy satellites could not detect any unusual happenings. So this real tale, where preparation work was going on in plain sight (so to say) in a desert still spy satellites could not detect that, provided great plot for a thriller cum suspense movie. American CIA is considered a top notch spy agency, and they failed to detect what was going on- this makes for a great real life spy tale. And that is what this movie “Parmanu”(2018) is all about.

In real life, the push for the test had come from the political leadership and then the plan was carried out with great secrery and precision by real life people viz APJ Abdul Kalam, then scientific advisor to PM (and later President of India), R Chidambaram (Secretary Atomic energy commission) were the chief co ordinators. Nearly 80 scientists from Different departments, viz BARC, AMDER, DRDO etc were involved. 58th Engineers regiment, led by Gopal Kaushik were present at site, so that it looked like it was an army settlement. Work was mostly done during night, and equipment was returned to the original place to give the impression that it was never moved.

Bomb shafts were dug under camouflage netting and the dug-out sand was shaped like shaped dunes. Cables for sensors were covered with sand and concealed using native vegetation.

The movie uses the real life happenings as the base material, and then mixes it with imaginary incidences and stories to come up with an interesting movie that I found a nice watch.

In the movie, the idea that India, instead of being pushed around, needed to assert herself by acquiring nuclear capability, is put forward by a junior IAS officer, Ashwath Raina(John Abraham) in 1995. But his idea is implemented in a bothched up manner and USA gets wind of it. The plan has to be abanadoned and Ashwath is held responsible for the fiasco and he is dismissed from service.

In 1998, new government takes over. It is decided to carry out nuclear test. Himanshu Shukla, The Principal Secretary to PM (played by Boman Irani) locates the dismissed officer John Abraham again. His plan that his bosses during the previous government in 1995 had not gone through is explained by him. He informs Principal secretary that the major part of his plan, viz evading detection during preparation work, was not even understood by his seniors during 1995 and that is why that attempt had failed.

Ashwath assembles the leaders of his five teams from five different departments. They are given code names inspired from the five Pandavas of Mahabharat. Himashu Shukla gives Ashwath Raina the code name of Krishna. 🙂

It turns out that one of the five leaders viz the incharge of security is a female called Captain Ambalika Bandhopadhyay (Diana Penty). She is bemused when she finds the codename of Nakul being assigned to her. 🙂

Scientists are seen working at the time when satellites are not watching them. Every day their password is changed and the vehicle carrying them is allowed to pass only when they give the password for the day. The passwords seem to be set by an old Hindi movie songs lover, because they are mostly lines from old Hindi movie songs, such as “lag ja gale ke phir ye haseen raat ho na ho”. 🙂

Avoiding detection by CIA satellites, as well as keeping the project hidden from the prying eyes of CIA and ISI agents forms the bulk of the movie and is presented in an interesting manner. There are many roadblocks, interruptions, near mishaps etc and quite a bit of suspense. Even though it is just a movie and we know what actually happened, the movie still manages to keep you in suspense about what is going to happen next. 🙂

The movie ends as the nuclear tests are carried out successfully and Indian PM announces it on TV.

These tests were gamechangers in world geopolitics. What followed in the aftermath of these tests were far more interesting and significant. In my opinion, all the aims of India that were sought to be achieved by these tests were achieved spectacularly.

Here are my take on the developments that took place after the tests:-

1. There may be people who may point out that economic sanctions were imposed on India. Indeed that was the case. But Indians were prepared for that. Indians overwhelmingly welcomed the tests. As for the sanctions, Indian government did not react at all, which was as good as cocking a snook at the sanction imposers. As it is, India was already being kicked around and bullied by USA for last several years, and Indians had learnt to manage without USA. USA in the past had denied India supercomputers, cryogenic engines etc and Indians had subsequently developed them on their own. USA had very little leverage with India at that time and Indians were in no mood to listen to them, seeing that US was a blind supporter of Pakistan.

2. Reaction of Pakistan:- While most western countries condemned the tests and some of them imposed economic sanctions on India, Pakistan’s reaction was classic. Pakistanis expressed great ire and vowed to match India. Unlike India, who prepared for their tests in secrecy, Pakistanis openly prepared in full view of USA spy satellites at their Chagai site. USA pressurised Pakistan to desist from carrying out the test, but domestic pressure got the better of Pakistani rulers and Pakistan detonated six bombs on 28 may and 30 may 1998.

Pakistani public rejoiced just like Indian public had done. Comically, the same Pakistani public came out protesting against the same government a few weeks later when it became clear that Pakistani economy, unlike Indian economy, was unable to withstand economic sanctions of USA and it had reached the stage of virtual deathbed.

USA, realised that their sanctions, instead of hurting India, had ended up dealing a death blow to the economy of their “ally” Pakistan. So US president Bill Clinton, in an act of obscene hurry waived off sanctions of both countries on 9 november 1998. It was mainly to save Pakistan economy rather than to save arms race in the region, which was purported to be the reason for the waiver. In addition to waiving off the sanction, US officials were also authorised to support loans to Pakistan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank. 🙂

So, USA as well as Pakistan were badly rattled in the wake of Indian nuclear tests and they were forced to take extraordinary steps to deal with the situation while for most Indians it was business as usual.

So, knowing all these real life facts and then watching the movie made it quite an enjoyable experience for me. I know that there are more takers for movies like “Veere Di Wedding”, but this movie “Parmanu” deals with a very very important date in Indian history. I personally feel that 11 may 1998 was as red letter a day in Indian history as 15 august 1947 and 26 january 1950. This date is now observed as National Technology day in India. In my opinion, it should be regarded as National Self respect day. It is on this day that many Indians gained self respect by doing what they needed to do in their national interest. And as I have explained above, they were prepared to pay the price for asserting themselves, and as it turned out, they emerged far far stronger after the event. It sent a clear and firm message to the world that was urgently needed to be sent.

My favourite dialogue from the movie has to do with self respect as well:

ab ham dar ke shaant nahin baithhenge
kar ke shaant baithhenge

As I mentioned earlier, I quite loved the movie. This movie is not to be watched as one watches a normal masala movie. It has to be watched with the knowledge that we are watching an event that was a major and glorious turning point in the history of India.

I do not recall too many songs in the movie and whatever songs were these appeared to be just few seconds long each. But when I checked up, I found that the movie had as many as six songs in it. It appears to me that full songs are released in audio form and only small snatches of these songs are used in the movie.

Here is the theme song of “Parmanu”(2018). This song is sung by Keerti Sagathia and Jyotica Tangri, Vayu is the lyricist. Music is composed by Sachin Jigar.

The movie as well as the artists make their debut in the blog with this song. I have no idea who they are. I request our knowledgeable (in this case young) regulars to tell us more about them.

This song is the first song from 2018 to appear in the blog. And quite a befitting song from 2018 it is too.

Full song

Song-Shubh din aayo(Parmanu)(2018) Singers-Keerti Sagathia, Jyotica Tangri, Lyrics-Vayu, MD-Sachin-Jigar

Lyrics

he ae ae
sun hudas
sooraj ugiyo
aur chaaru mer huyi jhilmilaahat
aayo mhaara paavna aa aa aa aa
ke swaagat kara behisaab

hey ae ae
sajti raahen mangal gaawen
man upji phulwaari re
saaje gaaje baaje goonje
sapnori ye kilkaari re
ban upwan abhinandan karta
chhaayi ghata paniyaari re
shakkar phaanko
jhaanki jhaanko
hui jashan ki ye taiyyaari re
man harshaayo
ghan barsaayo
dhan sukhwaalo jee re
ee ae ae ae

aayo re shubh din aayo re ae ae
aayo re shubh din aayo re ae ae
aayo re shubh din aayo re ae ae

shubh din aayo
man’ne bhaayo
nayo nayo so rang le aayo
shubh din aayo
man’ne bhaayo
nayo nayo so rang le aayo
honthon pe muskaan gulaabi
laayo re
honthon pe muskaan gulaabi
laayo re
he ae
aayo re
shubh din aayo re ae ae
aayo re
shubh din aayo re ae ae
o o o
aayo re
shubh din aayo re ae ae

hey
hey
hey
hey
hey
chanda laavo deepak laaj
jagmag taare laijo jee
jagmag taare laijo laijo
jagmag taare laijo jee
jagmag taare laijo laijo
jagmag taare laijo jee

khushiyaan baantoon dil mein sabke
shaakar misri bhar do jee
arre ghoomar rasiya meethha meethha
gaayo re
aayo re
shubh din aayo re ae ae
aayo re
shubh din aayo re ae ae
aayo re
shubh din aayo re ae ae

kesariyo rangeelo aayo
sooraj so chamkeelo aayo
kesariyo rangeelo aayo
sooraj so chamkeelo aayo
o din ye pyaaro
kismat waalo aayo re
din ye pyaaro
kismat waalo aayo re

hey hey
hey hey
hey hey
hey

padhaaro re ae ae
padhaaro jee ae

mangal gaao
shubh din aayo
bali bali jaao
shubh shubh din aayo
misri baanton
shubh din aayo
jhoomo naacho
shubh shubh din aayo
arre lok bulaao
shubh din aayo
rang udaao
shubh shubh din aayo
phool sajaao
shubh din aayo
khushi manaao
aayo ae ee
shubh din aayo
shubh din aayo
shubh din aayo
shubh din
shubh din aayo
shubh din aayo
shubh din aayo
shubh din
shubh din aayo
shubh din (aayo re)
shubh din aayo
shubh din aayo
shubh din
shubh din aayo
shubh din aayo
shubh din aayo
shubh din
shubh din aayo
shubh din aayo
shubh din aayo
shubh din
jee

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Blog Day : 3571 Post No. : 14308

“Bada Kabootar”(1973) was produced and directed by Deven Verma for Navratna Films, Bombay. It was a light hearted movie (routinely categorirised as “social” movie in HFGK) which had Ashok Kumar, Rehana Sultan, Nikhilesh, Deven Verma, Keshto Mukherji, Subroto, Ashoo, Pinchoo Kapoor, Leela Mishra, Paul Sharma, Jal Parvez, Helen etc with lots of “new discoveries” viz Saajan, Kailash Sharma, Sameena, Master Ashwin and Master Ramesh, who quickly reverted back to remain undiscovered.

The movie had five songs in it. Here is the first song from “Bada Kabootar”(1973) in the blog. this song is the title song of the movie which appears gets played in the background while credits roll on the screen. The credits finish off soon enough and so this song has no chance to get played fully in the movie and only the first stanza of the is there in the movie. So one needs to listen to the record version of the song in order to listen to the full song.

Here is this title song of “Bada Kabootar”(1973). It is sung by Bhupinder Singh and chorus. Yogesh is the lyricist of this song whose lyrics are quite un Yogesh like. 🙂

Music is composed by R D Burman.

With this song, “Bada Kabootar”(1973) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Bada kabootar ud jaayegaa (Bada Kabootar)(1973) Singer-Bhupinder Singh, Lyrics-Yogesh, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

bada kabootar ud jaayega
haath mein anda rah jaayega
phoot jaayega anda ik din
bada kabootar ud jaayega
bada kabootar ud jaayega
haath mein anda rah jaayega
phoot jaayega anda ik din
bada kabootar ud jaayega
bada kabootar
kabootar
bada kabootar
kabootar

koi na samjha koi na jaana
haaye ye gorakh dhandha
pehle jag mein aaya kabootar
ya phir aaya anda
koi na samjha koi na jaana
haaye ye gorakh dhandha
pehle jag mein aaya kabootar
ya phir aaya anda
papapa aa
papapa
papapapa
papapapapa
aur ulajh jaayega
arrey jo isko suljhaayega
bada kabootar
kabootar
ho bada kabootar ud jaayega
haath mein anda rah jaayega
phoot jaayega anda ik din
bada kabootar ud jaayega
bada kabootar
kabootar
ho bada kabootar
wa aa wa aa
wa aa wa aa

dekh samay ka shokh(?) kabootar
chalta hai yoon ud ke
jaise tez hawa ka jhonka
dekhe na phir mud ke
oo dekh samay ka shokh(?) kabootar
chalta hai yoon ud ke
jaise tez hawa ka jhonka
dekhe na phir mud ke
papapa aa
papapapa
papapapa
papapapa
sath chala chal iske varna hath nahin kuchh aayega
bada kabootar
kabootar
ho bada kabootar ud jaayega
haath mein anda rah jaayega
phoot jaayega anda ik din
bada kabootar ud jaayega bada kabootar
kabootar
ho bada kabootar
kabootar
ho bada kabootar
kabootar
ho bada kabootar
kabootar


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Blog Day : 3566 Post No. : 14297

“Basti aur Baazaar” (1973) was produced and directed by Rajdeep for Rajdeep productions, Bombay. This “social” movie had Sheetal Kumar, Farida Alam, Shraddha, Rajni Sharma, Aftab, Mohammad Shafi, Rajdeep etc in it.

This movie had three songs in it. Two songs from the movie have been covered in the past. Here are the details of these two songs :-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Ham to man mauji mauji mauji (Basti aur Baazaar) 7166 11-Dec-12
Tanhaaiyaan khaamoshiyaan (Basti aur Baazaar) 14290 22-Apr-18

Here is the third and final song from “Basti aur Baazaar” (1973) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Manna Dey and Bela Sawer. Siraz Aghazi is the lyricist. Music is composed by J P Kaushik.

I have seen the video of the movie, mainly to get to the songs of the movie. The movie appears to be an out and out boring movie and one cannot expect an average movie goer and even a discerning movie goer to spend one’s hard earned money and time on a movie like this.

The song is picturised as a background song and small portions of the song are shown in the movie at different occasions. The song sounds nice on the ears and that is all one can say about the song.

I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify the actors visible in the picturisation of this song that playes in the background while the protagonist is seen moving around well known locations of Bombay (now Mumbai).

With this song, “Basti aur Baazaar” (1973) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.

Video (partial)-part I


Video (partial)-part II

Audio (Full)

Song-Agar aah karte badnaam hote (Basti aur Baazaar)(1973) Singer-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Siraz Aghaaz, MD-J P Kaushik
Manna Dey + Bela Sawer

Lyrics

na shiqwa hai khudaai ka
na qismat se shiqaayat hai
hazaaron saal se
is aasmaan ke
zulm sahte hain

agar aah karte
badnaam hote
hum pathhar hain
hum nahin rote ae
hum nahin rote
agar aah karte
badnaam hote
hum patthar hain
hum nahin rote ae
hum nahin rote

mili hai jo maayoos majboor nazren
ye manjar qayaamat se kam to nahin hai
nahin chaaraagar hai na humdam hai koi ee ee
nahin chaaraagar hai na humdam hai koi
hai gham apne saathi
ye kam to nahin hai
kahaan jaate ye gham
agar hum na hote
hum patthar hain
hum nahin rote
hum nahin rote

ye saugat di hai muqaddar ne humko
ghamon ke khazaane hain khushiyaan nahin hain
thaharte nahin waqt ke tez dhaare
thaharte nahi waqt ke tez dhaare
magar marhale zindagi ke wahi hain
nahin hausle phir bhi kamzor hote
hum patthar hain
hum nahin rote
hum nahin rote


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Blog Day : 3566 Post No. : 14296

“Baalak”(1969) was directed by Adarsh for Kala Mandal, Bombay. This “social” movie had Master Suraj (Sarika), Jaimala, Dev Dutt, Jayshree T, Manmohan Krishna, Shyama, Jeewan, Jagdeep, Junior Mehmood, Abhi Bhttacharya, Chand Usmani, Bipin Gupta, Hiralal, Dhumal etc in it.

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

Here is the third song from “Baalak”(1969) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Rafi. Bharat Vyas is the lyricist. Music is composed by Dattaram.

The movie was a tear jerker. If anyone does not believe me, then the picturisation of this song will turn him into a believer 🙂 The picturisation shows the parents of a new born kid dying and the hapless kid is brought up by her elder sister. The elder sister too gets married and goes away while the kid (Baby Suraj aka Sarika) finds herself being treated as a child labourer. This song gets played in the background all this while.

I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify the other actors visible in the picturisation.


Song-Bhagwaan ki dekho bhool (Baalak)(1969) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-Dattaram

Lyrics

ye kaisi aandhi chali
ye kaisa toofaan
khilte hi murjha gaye
maat pita se praan

bhagwan ki dekho bhool
bichhad gaya daali se ek phool
raha ab kis’se naata
aasmaan ab pita hai iska
aur dharti hai maata
bhagwaan ki dekho bhool

ye kismat ki baat
hai kaali raat aur kaanton se ghira hai gulaab
vidhi ne na jaane kin ghadiyon mein likhi hai ye kitaab
likhi hai ye kitaab
ab samaaj ke atyaachaaron ka
jab chakr chalega
dar lagta hai toofaanon mein
kaise diya jalega
kaise diya jalega
diya jis maalik ne praan
usi ki hogi ab pehchaan
jo paalak sab ka kahaata
aasmaan ab pita hai iska
aur dharti hai maata
bhagwaan ki dekho bhool
bichhad gaya daali se ek phool
raha ab kis’se naata
aasmaan ab pita hai iska
aur dharti hai maata
bhagwaan ki dekho bhool

ye kisne chhedi shahnaayi
kiski chali hai doli
kis bhaai se bichhad chali hai ye behna anboli
ye behna anboli
ik pyaar thha wo bhi roothh chala
ik taar thha wo bhi toot chala
do nanhi nanhi aankhon se aansu ka jharna phoot chala
aansu ka jharna phoot chala
hui door ye sar se chaanv
behen bhi chali hai apne gaanv
kaun ab dheer bandhaata
aasmaan ab pita hai iska
aur dharti hai maata
bhagwaan ki dekho bhool
bichad gaya daali se ek phool
raha ab kis’se naata
aasmaan ab pita hai iska
aur dharti hai maata

ghar ghar mein kitne bachchon par
yoon zulm dhaaye jaate hain
hadd hai ghulaab ki patti se
patthar katwaaye jaate hain
patthar katwaaye jaate hain
bhagwaan ka roop ye baalak hain
jis par barse nit chingaari
naari bachche par zulm kare
wo naari sachmuch hatyaari
wo naari sachmuch hatyaari
hai nanhi si ye jaan
ke jis par laakhon hain toofaan
chhupa hai kahaan vidhaata
aasman ab pita hai iska
aur dharti hai maata
bhagwaan ki dekho bhool
bichhad gaya daali se ek phool
raha ab kis’se naata
aasmaan ab pita hai iska
aur dharti hai maata
bhagwaan ki dekho bhool


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Blog Day : 3565 Post No. : 14290

“Basti aur Baazaar” (1973) was produced and directed by Rajdeep for Rajdeep productions, Bombay. This “social” movie had Sheetal Kumar, Farida Alam, Shraddha, Rajni Sharma, Aftab, Mohammad Shafi, Rajdeep etc in it.

This movie had three songs in it. One song has been covered in the past.

Here is the second song from “Basti aur Baazaar” (1973) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Bela Sawer. Siraz Aghazi is the lyricist. Music is composed by J P Kaushik.

The song is picturised as a seduction song. I am unable to identify the actors seen is the picturisation. i request our knowledgeable readers to help identify them.

With this song, Bela Sawar makes her debut as a singer in the blog. I request our knowledgeable to throw light on this unknown singer.

Audio

Video


Song-Tanhaaiyaan khaamoshiyaan (Basti aur Baazaar)(1973) Singer-Bela Sawar, Lyrics-Siraz Aghazi, MD-J P Kaushik

Lyrics

aa haa
lalalalalaralalal
tanhaiyaan aan
khaamoshiyaan
rangeeniyaaan
madhoshiyaan
hic
mausam jawaan phir kahaan
ae jaaneman
naadaan na ban
bheegi faza
thhandi hawa
aag se aag jala
aah
mausam jawaan phir kahaan
ae jaaneman
naadaan na ban
naadaan na ban

o ho
o ho
lararala
hmm hmm hmm hmm
hook si dil mein uthhti
dard ne uthh kar kaha
ha
laralalala
mausam jawaan
phir kahaan
ae jaaneman
naadaan na ban
haan naadaan na ban

ye marmari gora badan
nas nas chubhan jaagi agan
nas nas chubhan jaagi agan
ae jaaneman naadaan na ban

laralalalalalalalalalala
husn o shabaab
saath hain
bahke huye jazbaat hain
bahke huye jazbaat hain
hic
mausam jawaan
phir kahaan
ae jaaneman
ae jaaneman
naadaan na umm
umm


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Blog Day : 3564 Post No. : 14286

“Baarah Ghante”(1975) was directed by N C Chakravarti for Chitra Rashmi, Madras. It had Jayalalitha, Baby Sumathi, Muthuraman, Nambiar, Nagesh, Sounder Rajan etc in it.

From the details, the movie appears to be a dubbed movie from an originally Tamil movie.

There were five songs in ithe movie.

Here is the first song from “Baarah Ghante”(1975) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Ambar Kumar. Lyrics are by Dr Lallan. Music is composed by M S Vishwanathan.

I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of this song.

With this song, “Baarah Ghante”(1975) as well as the artists (except the singer) involved in the song make their debuts in the blog.


Song-Aandhi ke sang toofaan aaya…maane na man maane na (Baarah Ghante)(1975) Singer-Ambar Kumar, Lyrics-Dr Lallan, MD-M S Vishwanathan

Lyrics

aandhi ke sang toofaan aaya aa aa
phool phool murjhaaya
lekin maanav samajh na paaye ae ae
gati vidhna ki haay

maane na man maane na
bada dilkash nazaara
inhin rangeeniyon mein
khoya insaan bechaara
maane na man maane na
bada dilkash nazaara
inhin rangeeniyon mein
khoya insaan bechaara

van van bhatak raha
baap ik aas liye
beti patni se alag
hoke koi kaise jiye
kaanton mein maa uljhi
daaman kaun siye
nahin aankhon ka taara
dil mein aakaash zameeen
ke bhi hain rahem nahin
haay re ye kya ho gaya
kisi ne socha kabhi
pati gumraah huaa
beti bedaar kahin
ho gayi besahaara
maane na man maane na
bada dilkash nazaara
inhin rangeeniyon mein
khoya insaan bechaara

naag zahreela yahaan
jangal ko pyaar to baante
pashu panchhi bhi kabhi
arre ham-jigar ho jaate
magar insaan ko dekho
yahaan insaan hi kaate
haara kismat ka maara
maane na man maane na
bada dilkash nazaara
inhi rangeeiniyon mein
khoya insaan bechaara


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Blog Day : 3560 Post No. : 14276

“Baankelal”(1972) was produced and directed by Ratan Kumar. The movie had Prithviraj Kapoor, Sulochana Chatterjee, Sheel Kumar, Abhi Bhattacharya, Sunder etc in it.

It appears that the movie was started in 1960s but it could get released only in 1972 and it flopped at the box office.

The movie had eight songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Baankelal”(1972) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Mahendra Kapoor. Pt Madhur is the lyricist. Music is composed by Pardesi.

Video of the song is available and one can see that the song is a movie opening song which gets played as credits get displayed on screen. The video version contains only part of the song. Audio version is much longer.

With this public lament song about the misery of women in a brothel, “Baankelal”(1972) makes its debut in the blog.

Video (partial)

Audio (Full)

Song-Ye husn ka hai baazaar yahaan (Baankelal)(1972) Singer-Mahendra Kapoor, Lyrics-Madhur, MD-Pardesi

Lyrics

ye husn ka hai baazaar yahaan
aurat ki kahaani bikti hai
aurat ki kahaani bikti hai
ik zinda laash yahaan bikti
ik murda jawaani bikti hai

ye husn ka hai bazaar yahaan
aurat ki kahaani bikti hai
ik zinda laash yahaan bikti
ik murda jawaani bikti hai
jo biwi ko thhukraate hain
wo thokar khaane aate hain
o o o
o o o
jo biwi ko thukraate hain
wo thokar khaane aate hain
is paap ki putli ke aangan mein
puny kamaane aate hain
bebas aurat ki aahen aur
dil ki kurbaani bikti hai ae
o o o
dil ki kurbaani bikti hai
ye husn ka hai bazaar yahaan

besharmi ki botal khulti hai
aur toot’te laaj ke jaam yahaan
o o o o o o
besharmi ki botal khulti hai
aur toot’te laaj ke jaam yahaan
laala ban aate raam yahaan
baabu ban aate shyaam yahaan
gokul ki gwaalin bikti hai
aur awadh ki raani bikti hai ae
o o o o

ye husn ka hai bazaar yahaan
aurat ki kahaani bikti hai
ik zinda laash yahaan bikti
ik murda jawaani bikti hai
ye husn ka hai bazaar yahaan
o o o o o
o o o o o

jis ghar mein beta aata hai
aur likhta prem ka khaata hai
o o o
o o o
jis ghar mein beta aata hai
aur likhta prem ka khaata hai
bhugtaan ko lene is jodi se
baap bhi aata jaata hai
in kaale kothon pe mardon ki
meharbaani bikti hai ae
o o o o
meharbaani bikti hai
ye husn ka hai bazaar yahaan

ye aasmaan se nahin giri
is dharti ki hi jaayi hai
o o o o
ye aasmaan se nahin giri
is dharti ki hi jaayi hai
jitne hain inke diwane
kai baap hai aur kai bhaai hain
kulvadhu ki mehandi aur choodiyaan
har ek nishaani bikti hai ae
o o o o
har ek nishaani bikti hai
ye husn ka hai bazaar yahaan
aurat ki kahaani bikti hai
ik zinda laash yahaan bikti
ik murda jawaani bikti hai
ye husn ka hai bazaar yahaan


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Blog Day : 3558 Post No. : 14271

“Ek Hans Ka Joda”(1975) was directed by Avtar Bhogal for Punch Films, Bombay. This “social” movie had Anil Dhawan, Zaahira, Utpal Dutt, Indrani Mukherji, Ifthikar, Achla Sachdev, Anwar Hussain, Brahm Bhardwaj, Prabhu Dayal, Birbal, B Bhalla, Mama, Pushpanjali, Manorama, Sudama, Shreedhar Naik, Sunil Hattangadi, Madhu, Madhavi, Dolly, Sitara, V Gopal, with Anjali Kadam (guest appearance), and Dharmveer (new discovery) and Ajit Singh (new discovery).

Raja, while discussing an earlier song from the movie, had given an overview of the story of this movie. Here is what he had to say about this movie:-

Vijay Arora (Anil) and Zaheera (Tina) are madly in love with each other. But he’s from a poor family, she’s from a rich family. Though their parents object, Zaheera’s grandfather (Utpal Dutt) is more modern in his thinking. He suggests they could have a “trial marriage” for a couple of months to see whether their love could really stand the test of life’s real tribulations. They’d have to live on Anil’s meagre earnings. And they’d get to spend only the daytime together, nights would have to be in respective homes.

The story then goes on to show how they cope with these conditions. How their families try to separate them through misunderstanding. And how, finally (it being a Hindi movie), their love prevails against all odds.

I remember finding the movie ok. Not excellent but watchable. But then I usually start watching such movies with zero expectations anyway so I’m rarely disappointed. ? At least it had some sort of a storyline and wasn’t the typical masala movie of the times.

The movie had five songs in it. Four songs have been covered in the past. Here are the details of these four songs covered in the past :-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Saathi milte hain badi mushqil se 6361 5-Aug-12
Mere dil mein teri tasweer sada rehti hai 8461 3-Aug-13
Aa jaao ke mil kar badlen 12794 10-Jan-17
Pyaar se tum miley mil gayi har khushi 14267 14-Apr-18

Here is the fifth and final song from the movie. This song is the title song, as well as the movie opening song which plays in the background and credits appear on the screen.

This song is sung by Ajit Singh, the “new discovery” of this movie who was a leading popo singer of India. A comment on the YT link of this song mentions that Ajit Singh was the composer of this song as well, and I have gone with this detail, though HFGK mentions Jaidev as the composer for this movie.

Gauhar Kanpuri is the lyricist.

With this song, “Ek Hans Ka Joda”(1975) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Ek hans ka joda (Ek Hans Ka Joda)(1975) Singer-Ajit Singh, Lyrics-Gauhar Kanpuri, MD-Ajit Singh

Lyrics

ek hans ka joda
jisne pyaar mein har bandhan toda
ek hans ka joda
jisne pyaar mein har bandhan toda
kadam kadam pe toofaan aaye
aanchal bhar ke ye aansoo laaye
lekin isne pyaar ka daaman hathon se
haatho se na chhoda
ek hans ka joda
ek hans ka joda
ek hans ka joda
jisne pyar me har bandhan toda
isne ki pyar ki pooja
pyaar ke aage
kuch na soojha
iske man me pyar bahut tha
pyar bahut tha
gussa thoda
thhoda thhoda
ek hans ka joda
ek hans ka joda
o jisne pyaar mein bandhan toda
har bandhan toda
ek hans ka joda
ho joda joda
ek hans ka joda
ek hans ka joda
ho jisne pyar mein bandhan toda
har bandhan toda
ek hans ka joda
ho joda joda
ek hans ka jodaaaa


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Blog Day : 3517 Post No. : 14127

“Kaaghaz Ki Naao” (1975) was produced and directed by BR Ishara for BRI Arts, Bombay. The movie had Sarika and Raj Kiran (making their debuts as lead actors in grown up roles). The movie also had Pradeep Kumar, Aruna Irani, Helen, IS Johar, Paaro, Johnny Whisky, Dileep Dutt, Shyam Dubey, Amal Sen, Hamid, Asha Sharma, Rajni Verma, Hardeep, Maniyar, Arbind Dasgupta, Manhar Desai, Asit Sen, Manmohan Krishan, Reena Ghosh, Master Mitthoo etc. in it.

There were four songs in the movie. Two of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Kaaghaz Ki Naao” (1975) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Manna Dey. Naqsh Llayalpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Sapan Jaagmohan.

Only the audio seems to be available as of now. From the sounds of it, this song is bidaai song, and if my guess is correct, it must be a song playing in the background as the bride is given her send off from her baabul.

I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Aaj sakhi main baabul ka ghar chhod chali (Kaaghaz Ki Naao)(1975) Singer-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Naqsh Llayalpuri, MD-Sapan Jagmohan

Lyrics

aaj sakhi ee
main baabul ka ghar chhod chali
aaj sakhi ee
main baabul ka ghar chhod chali
pi ki lagan mein
saare naate
saare bandhan tod chali
aaj sakhi ee
main baabul ka ghar chhod chali

bachpan beeta jahaan rang raliyon mein
aaj paraayi hoon main un galiyon mein
na main ladi na poora bol hi boli
kaahe sajaayi mori baabul doli
aaj sakhi ee
main baabul ka ghar chhod chali

dukh ye judaai ka tu hans hans ke sahna
ye hi to hai is nagri ki reet ri bahna
ro ke vida hote hain
hote hain jo bhi
jinko vida karna hai
rote hain wo bhi
aaj sakhi ee
main baabul ka ghar chhod chali


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Blog Day : 3505 Post No. : 14083

“Mela”(1971) was produced by A A Nadiadwala and directed by Prakash Mehra for A G Films Private Limited Bombay. The movie had Feroz Khan,Mumtaz,Sanjay Khan aka Sanjay,Rajender Nath, Randhir,Lalita Pawar,Master Sachin, Master Ratan, Ram Mohan, Nikita, Mumtaz Begum, Dulari, Kanan Kaushal(Guest Artiste),Brahm Bhardwaj,Raj Kishore, Bhushan Tiwari, Yunus Parvez,Baby Guddy,Bhalla,Mirza Musharraf,Uma Khosla,Ekram Kashmiri, Maqabool,Hari Shukla, Sushil Kumar, Munshi Munaqqa,Sadique etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Four of them have been covered in the past.

Here is the fifth song from “Mela”(1971) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Manna Dey and chorus. The song is picturised on Master Ratan, Master Sachin, Baby Guddy, Lalita Pawar, Randhir and Sanjay Khan. It is the theme song that plays in the background in the movie while the picturisation shows one brother (played by Master Ratan) being brought up with care while other brother (played by Sachin) finds himself illtreated at the hands of Randhir.

Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

Audio (Full)

Video

Song-Dekho re hua Lahoo se Lahoo kaise judaa (Mela)(1971) Singer-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics (audio version) (Provided by Prakashchandra)

dekho rey huaa aa
lahoo se lahoo kaisey judaa
dekho rey huaa aa
lahoo se lahoo kaisey judaa
donon tukde
ek hi dil ke
bichchde aisey
ke nahin milte ae
dekho rey huaa aa
lahoo se lahoo kaisey judaa

phool khile do
saath magar haaye
aisey bhi maali
aankh na meenche
phool khile do
saath magar haaye
aisey bhi maali
aankh na meenche ae
ek to mehke
lag ke galey se
ek padaa kahin
paaon ke neeche
khel hai qismat kaa aa aa aa
dekho rey huaa
lahoo se lahoo kaisey judaa
donon tukde
ek hi dil ke ae
bichchde aisey
ke nahin milte ae
dekho rey huaa aa aa
lahoo se lahoo kaisey judaa

kaisaa ujaalaa
hai ye na jaaney
haath ko haath
nahin pehchaaney ae
kaisaa ujaalaa
hai ye na jaaney
haath ko haath
nahin pehchaaney
achraj hai kitnaa…aaa…aaa…aaa
dekho rey huaa aa
lahoo se lahoo kaisey judaa

aaaa…aaaa….aaaaa
aaa….aaaa….aaaa
aaaa….aaaa….aaaaa
aaaa……aaaaaa…..aaaaa
aaaa….aaaa….aaaaa
aaaa….aaaa….aaaaa

kaissa milan hai
aaj ek bhai
bhai ko yoon seene se lagaaye ae
jaise ke apne
haathon mein koyee
ho apni hi
laash uthhaaye ae
jaley saanson mein chitaa…aaa…..aaaa…aaa…aaa
khel hai qismat kaa aaa
aaaa…aaaa….aaaaa
aaa….aaaa….aaaa
aaaa….aaaa….aaaaa
aaaa……aaaaaa…..aaaaa
aaaa….aaaa….aaaaa
aaaa….aaaa….aaaaa
aaaa….aaaa….aaaaa

dekho rey huaa aa aa
lahoo se lahoo kaisey judaa aa


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