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Blog Day : 3596 Post No. : 14353

Missing Films of 1960s – 72
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Today’s film of the 1960s being introduced is ‘Badmaash’ from 1969.  A very obscure and unfamiliar film, that is known only by its presence in the Geet Kosh. But I was surprised when I checked out the cast. This film belongs to the Sheikh Mukhtar genre. His films may not be blockbusters, but still they are known only because they are Sheikh Mukhtar films. Even so, this film is lesser known in comparison.

It is well known that Sheikh Mukhtar would be churning out films very regularly, but he never established a production house that sustained. Practically all his films are produced under different banners. This film is from the banner of Saras Chitra, Bombay and is directed by BJ Patel. The star cast of this film reads like Sheikh Mukhtar, Helen, Chandrashekhar, Padma, NA Ansari, Vishwa Mehra, Dalda, Shashimala, Satyen Kappu, Jilani, Chandrakala, Surya Kumar, Bhagwan, Rachna, Jayshree, Satish Vyas, Nawab, Jaswant, Ajeet, Abdul Sattar, Nanak, Motu, and Nandini Desai. The regulars are all there – Chandrashekhar, Helen, NA Ansari. And then of course the lesser known regulars. A nearly new name for that era, which appears in this list is Satyen Kappu. We have known him from his character roles in films of 1970s and onward. On checking his filmography, we find that he makes his debut in this film, in all likelihood. I say it this way, because the available information for character artists is not very accurate. This is the earliest film in which his name is listed.

There are only four songs listed in the Geet Kosh, for this film. All the songs are from the pen of Anjaan. The music director is Avinash Vyas. A little surprising to read his name associated with this film. Not that he does not have other B/C grade films in his portfolio. But most of his films are either religious / mythological or fantasy / costume drama. ‘Badmaash’ seems to be his only stunt / crime drama film.

The singing voice is Krishna Kalle. As I have been reviewing the films of second half of 1960s, I find her name appear quite regularly in songs of B/C grade films of that era. This song seems to be a club/bar song, and the performer appears to be drunk herself. Given the cast of actors, it would seem that Helen is the female lead in this film, opposite to Chandrashekhar. It is possible that this song may be performed by her. Another possibility is Padma, a name that I think refers to Padma Khanna, who was also a leading dance item performer of that era. I request other knowledgeable friends and readers to please add more information about the film and its songs.

Rendering by Krishna Kalle is just too good. These types of songs were a monopoly of Asha Bhosle and Geeta Dutt – actually more of Asha Bhosle in that period of latter part of 1960s. With this song, one can see the potential that Krishna Kalle had to compete with Asha Bhosle.  But well, history is history. Listen and enjoy this definitive performance by her.

 

Song – Utha Palken Mila Nazren  (Badmaash) (1969) Singer – Krishna Kalle, Lyrics – Anjaan, MD – Avinash Vyas

Lyrics

utha palken
mila nazren
ye paimaane chhalakne de
utha palken
mila nazren
ye paimaane chhalakne de
behakta hai
agar ye dil
bura kya hai behakne de
utha palken
mila nazren

idhar to dekh
kaisi pyaas
machli hai nigaahon mein
idhar to dekh
kaisi pyaas
machli hai nigaahon mein
dhadakte dil ko le le
shokh baahon ki panaahon mein
mohabbat ki
nai khushboo
se ye saansen mehakne de
utha palken
ay
mila nazren

ye maana
saagar o meena ka
dilkash daur hota hai
ye maana
saagar o meena ka
dilkash daur hota hai
magar aankhon se peene ka
mazaa kuchh aur hota hai
haseen palkon
ke saaye mein
naye saagar khanakne de
utha palken
mila nazren
ye paimaane chhalakne de
behakta hai
agar ye dil
bura kya hai behakne de
utha palken
mila nazren
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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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उठा पलकें
मिला नज़रें
ये पैमाने छलकने दे
उठा पलकें
मिला नज़रें
ये पैमाने छलकने दे
बहकता है
अगर ये दिल
बुरा क्या है बहकने दे
उठा पलकें
मिला नज़रें

इधर तो देख
कैसी प्यास
मचली है निगाहों में
इधर तो देख
कैसी प्यास
मचली है निगाहों में
धड़कते दिल को ले ले
शोख बाहों की पनाहों में
मोहब्बत की
नई खुशबू
से ये सांसें महकने दे
उठा पलकें

मिला नज़रें

ये माना
सागर ओ मीना का
दिलकश दौर होता है
ये माना
सागर ओ मीना का
दिलकश दौर होता है
मगर आँखों से पीने का
मज़ा कुछ और होता है
हसीन पलकों
के साये में
नए सागर खनकने दे
उठा पलकें
मिला नज़रें
ये पैमाने छलकने दे
बहकता है
अगर ये दिल
बुरा क्या है बहकने दे
उठा पलकें
मिला नज़रें

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Blog Day : 3522 Post No. : 14147

“Buniyaad”(1972) was produced and directed by Virendra Sharma for Pragati Chitra International movie. The movie had Shatrughan Sinha, Farida Jalal, Yogita Bali, Rakesh Roshan, Bindu, Faryal, Pran, Jankidass, Sajjan etc in it.

The movie had four songs in it. Two songs have been covered in the blog so far.

Here is the third song from “Buniyaad”(1972) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Lata. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

The song is lip synced by Farida Jalal. My guess is that the makers of the movie intended this song to be a cabarat dance, but Farida Jalal is no Helen, so the song ultimately ended up being a bar dance/ song of sorts. 🙂


Song-Muhabbat achchi cheez hai (Buniyaad)(1972) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

muhabbat
muhabbat
muhabbat
muhabbat ha ha ha ha ha
muhabbat achchi cheez hai
magar jab bhookh lagti hai
to kuchh bhi kaam nahin aata
sharafat haan sharaafat achchi cheez hai
magar jab bhookh lagti hai
to kuchh bhi kaam nahin aata
muhabbat haan sharafat haan haan
muhabbat

rahega koi na pyaasa
samandar ka ye waada hai
rahega koi na pyaasa
samandar ka ye waada hai
zameen kam hai zamaane mein
magar paani zyaada hai
magar jab pyaas lagti hai
to koi jaam nahin aata
muhabbat
hic sharaafat
haan haan muhabbat

nahin sab bewafa
logon mein thhodi si
wafa bhi hai
nahin sab bewafa
logon mein thhodi si
wafa bhi hai
nahin kya is duniya mein dawa bhi hai
dua bhi hai
magar jab dard hota hai
to bas aaraam nahin aata
muhabbat
hmm
muhabbat

bura kya hai
bhala kya hai
hamen sab yaad thha pahle
arre
bura kya hai
bhala kya hai
hamen sab yaad thha pahle
kasam le lo ye veeraana ye dil
aabaad thha pahle
kise ilzaam den lab pe
kisi ka naam nahin aata
muhabbat
haan mohabbat
achchi cheez hai
magar jab bhookh lagti hai
to kuchh bhi kaam nahin aata
muhabbat ha ha ha ha ha
muhabbat ha ha ha ha ha haa


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Blog Day : 3457 Post No. : 13865

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet #60 # Missing RD Burman movies of 1971-1980
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 Today 4th January is the twenty third ‘Remembrance Day’ (27th June’1939- 04th January’1994) of the ‘versatile genius’ RD Burman or our beloved Pancham Da. On this occasion here is a song from the movie ‘Rani Mera Naam’ from  1972.

The film was directed by KSR Das for ‘Balkrishna Movies, Madras’. It had Vijaylalita, Premnath, Ajit, Madan Puri, Anwar Hussain, Iftikhaar, Natrajan, Jagdeep, Jayshree T, Faryal and Baby Sridevi. Vinod Mehra did a special appearance in this movie. Nazir Hussain, Sulochana, Pandari Bai made guest appearances while Ashok Kumar and Om Prakash made friendly appearances in this movie.

This movie has four songs penned by Majrooh Sultanpuri and composed by RD Burman. There are three solos of Asha Bhonsle, and one duet song sung by Asha Bhonsle and Manna Dey.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 19.04.1972. By introducing this movie on the blog, we are adding one more of RD Burman’s missing movies from 1971-1980 on the blog.

As it happens with me while introducing a new movie on the blog, this time also, I was in dilemma about the song to be shared first. Finally, I decided to go by the first song in the movie as listed in HFGK. This song is picturized on Faryal – the yesteryears’ actress who has performed many dances including many cabarets in those days.The video link also gives her date of birth which is 3rd November 1945, which matches with her date of birth an mentioned on the anniversary page of the blog.

I am not aware much about her personal life. I remember watching her in many movies of the seventies. I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light about the actress and her movies and on the songs of this movie ‘Rani Mera Naam’. I am reproducing below the information about her as available and taken from Wikipedia. The page is available here

 

Faryal (born 3 November 1945 in Syria) is an Indian film actress and dancer of mixed Indian and Arabic descent working in Hindi films. She was a popular Bollywood cabaret dancer and actress in the 1960s and 70’s.

Faryal was born in the Damascus area of Syria on 3 November 1945 to an Indian father and a Syrian mother. She completed her education at Loretto Convent, Simla, Cathedral High School and St. Xavier’s College, Bombay. Faryal worked for a while as an air hostess in Air India before joining films. She is a product of the ‘Filma­Iaya School of Acting’.

Faryal entered Bollywood in 1965 in the black-n-white movie ‘Zindagi aur Maut’, as a lead role opposite Pradeep Kumar. This film contained famous song “Dil Laga Kar Hum Ye Samjhe” sung solo by Asha Bhonsle and Mahender Kapoor. Both these songs are available on YouTube. Faryal was liked by people and resulted in her getting lead role in film ‘Biradari’ (1966) opposite Shashi Kapoor. The movie was a total flop. She was noted for her role as a cabaret dancer in the movie ‘Jewel Thief’ released in 1967. After the movie’s release, offers started pouring in. In an interview in 1973, Faryal stated that “Ever since Goldie cast me in that glamorous dancer’s role in Je­wel Thief,  film makers have looked upon me as an “excel­lent cabaret dancer”.” Whereas in reality I have never learnt dancing,” “I don’t even like dancing; I rather hate it”. At first afraid of being typecast, Faryal was reluctant to accept the numerous offers that she received soon after the release of Jewel Thief. But gradually she realized that if she refused the roles there were ten others ready to replace her. And now the bath tub scene in ‘Apradh’ released in 1972 had given me an even worse image”. Faryal retired from movies in 1984 after her performance as the girlfriend of Jeetendra in ‘Gold Medal’.

 Let us now enjoy the song under discussion …

 


Song – Andhera. . . Aur Kuchh Nahin Teri Kahaani Mein (Rani Mera Naam) (1972) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD – RD Burman

Lyrics

andheraa aa
andheraa
andheraa
andheraa aa
aur kuchh nahin teri kahaani mein
aa aa
ho sake to
pyaar ki
aag hi lagaa le
zindgaani mein

aa
andheraa aa
andheraa
andheraa
andheraa aa
aur kuchh nahin teri kahaani mein
aa aa
ho sake to pyaar ki aag hi lagaa le
zindgaani mein

tu ru oo ru tu ru ru tu
ru ru tu ru ru tu
ru ru tu ru ru tu
ru ru

ru ru oo
ru tu ru ru tu
ru ru tu ru ru tu
ru ru tu ru ru tu
ru ru oo hoo oo

jab to mazaa hai
tere liye koyi bharti hon aahen
kahin khoyi khoyi
aye jeena nahin
jeena akele ae
marna nahin
marna akele
samjhe jaaneman
jab to mazaa hai
tere liye koyi bharti hon aahen
kahin khoyi khoyi
ye bhi na ho to
kya rahaa jawaani mein
andheraa aa
andheraa aa
aur kuchh nahin teri kahaani mein
aa aa
ho sake ae
to
pyaar ki
arey aag hi lagaa le
zindgaani mein

koyi nahin to aa
o mere baanke
rakh le mujh hi ko dil se lagaa ke
ae ae
chaahe isme tu bhi jal jaa
tere tan se
mil mil jaaye
jwaalaa aa saa badan
koyi nahin to aa
o mere baanke
rakh le mujh hi ko dil se lagaa ke
kar le koi ujaala zindgaani mein
andheraa aa
andheraa
andheraa
andheraa
andheraa
aur kuchh nahin teri kahaani mein
aa aa
ho sake to pyaar ki
arey aag hi lagaa le
zindgaani mein
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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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अँधेरा आ
अँधेरा
अँधेरा
अँधेरा आ
और कुछ नहीं तेरी कहानी में
आ आ
हो सके तो
प्यार कि
आग ही लगा ले
जिंदगानी में

अँधेरा आ
अँधेरा
अँधेरा
अँधेरा आ
और कुछ नहीं तेरी कहानी में
आ आ
हो सके तो
प्यार कि
आग ही लगा ले
जिंदगानी में
तू रु ऊ रु तू रु रु तू
रु रु तू रु रु तू
रु रु तू रु रु तू
रु रु
रु रु ऊ
रु तू रु रु तू
रु रु तू रु रु तू
रु रु तू रु रु तू
रु रु ऊ हूँ ऊ
जब तो मज़ा है
तेरे लिए कोई भरती हों आहें
कहीं खोयी खोयी
ए जीना नहीं
जीना अकेले ए
मरना नहीं
मरना अकेले
समझे जानेमन
जब तो मज़ा है
तेरे लिए कोई भरती हों आहें
कहीं खोयी खोयी
ये भी ना हो तो
क्या रहा जवानी में
अँधेरा आ
अँधेरा आ
और कुछ नहीं तेरी कहानी में
आ आ
हो सके तो
प्यार कि
अरे आग ही लगा ले
जिंदगानी में

कोई नहीं तो आ
ओ मेरे बांके
रख ले मुझ ही को दिल से लगा के
ए ए
चाहे इसमें तू भी जल जा
तेरे तन से
मिल मिल जाए
ज्वाला आ सा बदन
कोई नहीं तो आ
ओ मेरे बांके
रख ले मुझ ही को दिल से लगा के
कर ले कोई उजाला जिंदगानी में
अँधेरा आ
अँधेरा
अँधेरा
अँधेरा
अँधेरा
और कुछ नहीं तेरी कहानी में
आ आ
हो सके तो
प्यार कि
अरे आग ही लगा ले
जिंदगानी में


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“Bus Conductor”(1959) was produced by Ashok Bhambhri and directed by Dwarka Khosla for Sharda Films, Bombay. the movie had Shyama, Premnath, Amarnath, Maruti, Satish Batra, Sujata, Umesh Sharma, ramlal, Khairati, Narbada Shankar, Ameer Bano, Sadhana, Surya Kumar, Helen, Kanchanmala, Sheila Vaz, Cuckkoo etc in it.
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“Dr Shaitaan”(1960) was produced by Ram Kumar and it was directed by Shriram Bohra for Bohra Brothers production, Bombay. The movie had Premnath, Shakila, Sheikh Mukhtar, Sunder, Tiwari, Sheikh, Helen, Nasreen, Nazi, Indira, Ramkumar, Rajan Kapoor, Ramlal, Mahendra, Maqbool, Mirajkar, Kamaol Sharma etc in it.
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“Gehra Raaz” (1971) was directed by Niranjan for Salim Productions, Bombay. This B grade suspense movie had Sujit Kumar, Sofia (new find as they said those days), Sheikh Mukhtaar, Abhi Bhattacharya, Satyajit, Brahmchaari, Madhumati, Mohan Sherry, Eshwar, Dinani, Paro, Uma Dutt, Hiralal, Pardesi, Rani, Samson, Jelani, Lohani, Sadhna Khote, Sarla, Master Salim etc in it.
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Today’s song is a complete turn around from my style of writing on old films and music. Today’s song is from the film “Chameli ki shaadi”(1986). Usually I restrict my choice of songs to the period between 1930s to the 1960s films. But there are some films made after 1970 ( and some made even after the year 2000) which I liked very much. “Chameli ki shaadi”(1986) is one such film.
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This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in 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.

One of the more easily recognizable figures on the Hindi film screen. There are two hallmark identifications, with which we can easily pick out Asit Sen (the actor). The first one is his size. It is remarkable that he maintained his figure through the entirety of his career. One can see him in his earliest appearances in films like ‘Do Bigha Zameen’, playing the role of a seller of sweets and savories, and then also see him in films after three decades – ‘Mera Karam Mera Dharam’ (1987), playing the role of school headmaster. There is no change in his physique. For the number of years one sees him on screen in the same physical dimensions, the thought almost comes into the mind – maybe this is how he was born. 🙂
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“Night Club”(1958) was directed by Naresh Sahgal for Verma Pictures, Bombay. This movie was a suspense movie though it is erroneously described as a social movie by HFGK.. It had Ashok Kumar, Kamini Kaushal, Mubarak, Nishi, Maruti,Dhumal, Gope, Helen, S Nazir, Satish, Mahinder, Ifthhikar, Rammohan, Jamal, Inderjit, Narbada Shankar, Brahm Anand etc in it.
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“Paise Ki Gudiya”(1974), often confused with “Mom Ki Gudiya”(1972), was directed by Brij for S R Movies, Bombay. The movie had Ashok Kumar, Saira Bano, Navin Nischol, Padma Khanna, Asrani, Sulochana, Sapru, Naaz, Shetty, Murad, Radheshyam, B Perera, Nazir Kashmiri etc in it.
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