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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 other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

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4633 Post No. : 16288

#The Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 126 # Tumhaari Kasam-1978
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Most of us are familiar with this lovely song ‘ham dono milke kaaghaz pe dil ke chitthi likhenge, jawaab aayegaa’ from the movie ‘Tumhaari Kasam-1978’. This song used to be played frequently on radio when I was growing up(going by the release date of the movie I was just above ten years of age then).

I like this song very much and so when I prepared my list of songs that bring back memories this was by default included in my list. But what about other songs from this movie? I think they were not notable songs and were easily forgotten?

I was not aware about the other songs from this movie until this article when I looked upon to present a song from this movie on the blog.

‘Tumhaari Kasam-1978’ had made its debut on the blog well in the initial days of the blog i.e., on 04.10.2008.
So, today after a gap of ’12 years,05 months, and twenty-one days (‘4555’ days – including 24.03.2021) we are adding the second song of this movie. And I have deliberately chosen a lesser-known song from this movie sung by Preeti Sagar and lip synced on screen by Master Rajoo.

“Tumhaari Kasam-1978” was directed by Ravi Chopra for ‘Associated Films & Finance Corporation’. It was produced by C.V.K. Shastry.

This movie had Jeetendra, Navin Nischol, Moushumi Chatterjee, Padmini Kapila, Master Rajoo, Vimal Ahuja, Jagdish Raj, Prem Sagar, Achala Sachdev, Narbada Shankar, Lina Das, Ranjeet Sood, Anand Balraj, R.S. Chopra, Master Shaka and others. Komila Virk, Alka, Roopesh Kumar and Pradeep Kumar make special appearance in this movie.

Story of this movie was written by Tikam. Screenplay and dialogues of this movie were written by Kamleshwar.
Pran Mehra was the Chief Editor for this movie and Editing was done by S.B. Mane with Pradeep Mehra as his assistant.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 09.03.1978.

This movie had four songs (including one two-part song) written by Anand Bakshi. Music was composed by Rajesh Roshan.

Lata Mangeshkar, Mukesh, Asha Bhonsle, Preeti Sagar and Kishore Kumar give their voices to the songs in this movie.

here is a brief about this movie taken from ‘Wikipedia’;

Vidya (Moushumi Chatterjee) and Raja (Raju Shrestha) live in poverty. They get separated due to certain circumstances. Vidya starts working at Anand’s (Jeetendra) house as a maid. Raja is forced to beg for a local gang. While Vidya is attending to her chores, the alcoholic, Anand, tries to molest her. She escapes but is unfortunately hit by a speeding vehicle driven by Sunil Verma (Navin Nischol). This accident makes her visually impaired. The guilt-ridden Anand wants to apologize to Vidya. Will she accept the apology? Will Vidya reunite with her brother?

here is the list of songs of this movie as appearing in HFGK Vol-V (1971-1980);

S.No. Song Title Singer/s Posted On
01 Ye naa hogaa, nahin hoga hoga…ham donon milke kaaghaz pe dil ke Asha Bhonsle, Mukesh 04.10.2008
02 Mera naam Raaja, main bheekh maangu kaise Preeti Sagar Being presented today
03 Hmm, zu zu … main husn ka hoon deewaanaa Kishore Kumar
04 Aye mast hawaa ye to bataa kis waqt yahaan Lata Mangeshkar
05 Ae ladki pyaar karegi, tu mera aitbaar karegi

(in two parts) Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar
*HFGK included the ‘title music track’ of this movie as the sixth soundtrack*

I have not watched this movie and only thing I associate this movie name is its ‘Asha-Mukesh’ duet so far. Also, I think this movie was not successful on the box office.

I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on this movie and its songs.

Let us now listen to today’s song which also has the ‘signature touch’ of Rajesh Roshan. As mentioned above Master Rajoo is lip-syncing for Preeti Sagar’s voice and also seen in the picturization of the song are Anand Balraj, Moushumi Chatterjee and many others.


Song-Mera naam Raaja main bheekh maangoon kaise (Tumhaari Kasam)(1978) Singer-Preeti Sagar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Rajesh Roshan

Lyrics

mera naam raaja
main bheekh maangoon kaise
bheekh main naa maangoon to
bolo jiyun kaise
mera naam raaja aa
mera naam raaja
main bheekh maangoon kaise
bheekh main naa maangoon to
bolo jiyun kaise
mera naam raaja

raste mein miley to
main poochhoon bhagwan se
teri kya thhi dushmani
is chhoti si jaan se ae
din bhar bhaagoon
raat ko jaagoon
din bhar bhaagoon
raat ko jaagoon
maa se sune loriyaan
bachche mere jaise
bheekh main naa maangoon to
bolo jiyun kaise
mera naam raaja aa

apne in haathon pe
mujhko badaa guroor thha
bheekh main inse maangoon
qismat ko ye Manzoor thha
sapne toote
apne chhoote ae
sapne toote
apne chhoote
thehro jaanewaalon
dete jaao do paise ae
bheekh main naa maangoon to
bolo jiyun kaise
mera naam raaja aa
main bheekh maangoon kaise
bheekh main naa maangoon to
bolo jiyun kaise
mera naam raaja aa


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 other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

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4549 Post No. : 16134

The year that was … “2020” … we have finally come to the end of ‘Year 2020’ which has shaken the whole world and while people are trying to come to normal, the pandemics’ ‘aftershocks’ and its ‘new improved stains’ are still threatening to harm the humanity further.

Our heart goes to those who have lost their lives, those who have struggled and those who have faced difficulties in the ‘pandemic period’.
From that point of view all of us, those who will see the morning of ‘2021,’ are fortunate and should express our gratitude to the almighty, well-wishers, family members and friends, and to all them who have been caring for each other and maintaining social discipline to help the country fight back to this calamity.

Life moves on … and for people like me and like-minded music lovers this blog has been the main sources of motivation where we visited and enjoyed music to give us that much needed ‘therapeutic’ relief to forget for some time the harsh realities of life and sometime making us philosophical to think over and give a fight back or even to do an introspection.

Here I would like to highlight one comment on the blog by our regular inspiration Shri Manohar Lal Dave ji.

Suddenly it seems ONE DAY match for SHANKAR JAIKISHAN because there was no such T20 in their time. Thanks to Avinash ji, Atul ji…With SJ nearing 1K mark, the trio of lyricist-singer-composer in a song will be achieved and the BLOG will be complete in a sense in this gloomy year 2020. It will be an achievement for SJ to touch 1k mark first which they justifiably deserve like Sunil Gavaskar touching 10K mark in test.

I do not know how many of us have read this above comment and how everybody of us had interpreted it. But, for me it is a very big comment and while it also shares ‘feelings’ of many like me, it’s also the love for this blog and its magic that we are looking for our daily motivation here.

Regulars on the blog are aware of my (our) love for the railways 😊 When I came back from Kenya last year I had so many plans to visit my Mother (in Maharashtra) and other relatives and gang-outs with our team members, and thus travelling by train and relive the experience of train journey (after a long gap). However, fortunately or unfortunately it could not happen. The one ‘mini gang-out’ chance was missed on account of my health issues and after that the ‘lockdown’ happened and train services were cancelled. Secondly, then I got a job and it turned out to be the ‘shortest tenure job’ of my career. Meanwhile health issues continued and after some time they became ‘mind issues’😊

During this time where everything was looking going wrong the only thing I was doing ‘right’ (or I was able to do it correctly) was contributing to the blog with write-ups and sharing songs. It was like a retired person life or semi-retired life for me. (sabbatical is the other word – ‘Doctor’s terminology 😊)
Well, I was daily praying to the almighty to bring my life on ‘track’. (मेरी गाड़ी को पटरी पर ला दो भगवान्). And as it so happened the almighty got me engaged indirectly in the ‘maintenance’ of ‘tracks’ for all. (or मैंने उपरवाले से प्रार्थना की थी के मेरी गाड़ी को पटरी पर ला दो भगवान्, पर भगवान् मुझे काम ही ऐसा दिया के मैं सब के लिए पटरियों के मरम्मत के काम में हाथ बटाऊँ).
While the first job was around 35-40 kms from my residence the second one is 50-55 kms away from the city. Travelling for the first job I have to cross a over bridge on a railway line near the satellite station of the city and I used to see trains coming and going from a longer distance.
But now I am getting to watch the ‘tracks’ daily with those beautiful ‘track maintenance machines’ (innovation of the technology). Secondly a railway line passes around this place so I can watch trains coming and going. That reminds me of all the ‘train songs’ from our movies and specially ‘gaadi bulaa rahi hai’, which is a source of inspiration and motivation and how accurate are the words in this song …

dekho wo rail,
bachchon ka khel,
seekho sabak jawaanon
sar pe hai bojh,
seene mein aag,
lab pe duaa hai jaano
phir bhi ye ja rahi hai,
naghmein suna rahi hai
gaadi bula rahi hai,
seetee bajaa rahi hai

This has become my daily inspiration and motivation now.

Another good thing happening at the end of the year was the pre-engagement function of elder daughter 😊 (Sahir’s song always playing in the back ground in my mind).

So, the year ‘2020’ is ending on a very happy note for me on both home and work fronts. At work I have taken a new challenge but the daily inspiration and motivation – the train – with me. I get to read this tagline ‘the journey continues … with many miles to go’ daily now and it reminds me that the journey is still on … my journey continues…

And, that is why the today’s song is a ‘train song’ sung by Lata Mangeshkar and Talat Mehmood. It is from the 1955 movie ‘Do Dulhe’. Lyrics are by Pandit Indra and music is composed by B.S. Kalla.

On screen it is performed by a male and a female actress whom I am unable to identify, however Shyama and Sajjan are also seen in the picturisation of this song.

I had come across this song more than two years back now, when there was a discussion about train songs on the ‘Whatsapp group’ of Atulites.

Lastly, I wish to add about the other love of our group that is ‘cricket’. The year ended on a happy note for India as our team scored a win over Australia. The ‘year-ending’ also reminds me of statistics like most ‘runs’ or ‘wickets’ and ‘run and wickets double’ in a single ‘calendar’ year. If the scores in single calendar year is to be considered with reference to ‘write-ups’ and/ or ‘lyrics’ shared will be interesting to know (tnih) for the artists (as well as the contributors) 😊

Let us now enjoy this philosophical train song …

Video

Audio

Song-Jeewan ki gaadi chalti hai (Do Dulhe)(1955) Singers-Talat Mehmood, Lata, Lyrics-Pt Indra Chandra, MD- B S Kalla
Both

Lyrics

Jeewan ki ee gaadi chalti hai …

Jeewan ki gaadi chalti hai
Kuchh rukti phir chalti
Jeewan ki gaadi chalti gaadi chalti
Oonchi neechi raahon pe
Yoon nadiya chali machalti
Gaadi chalti
Jeewan ki ee gaadi chalti

Koyi sukhi hai
Koyi dukhi hai
Koyi gaata
Koyi rota aa
Koyi gaata
Koyi rota aa
kamar jhukaaye khadaa hai koyi
Paaon pasaare sota aa aa
Paaon pasaare sota aa

Kabhi sawera hota sukh ka aa
Aa aa aa aa
Kabhi sawera hota sukh ka
Dukh ki sandhya dhalti ee
Aansoo aur geeton ki duniya
Rehti sadaa badalti
Aansoo aur geeton ki duniya
Rehti sadaa badalti

Gaadi chalti
Jeewan ki ee gaadi chalti

Jeewan ki gaadi chalti hai
Kuchh rukti phir chalti
Jeewan ki gaadi chalti gaadi chalti
Jeewan ki gaadi chalti gaadi chalti

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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जीवन की ई गाड़ी चलती है …

जीवन की गाड़ी चलती है
कुछ रूकती फिर चलती
जीवन की गाड़ी चलती गाड़ी चलती
ऊंची नीची राहों पे
यूं नदिया चली मचलती
गाड़ी चलती
जीवन की ई गाड़ी चलती

कोई सुखी है
कोई दुखी है
कोई गाता
कोई रोता आ
कोई गाता
कोई रोता आ आ

कमर झुकाए खडा है कोई
पांव पसारे सोता आ आ
पांव पसारे सोता आ

कभी सवेरा होता सुख का आ
आ आ आ आ
कभी सवेरा होता सुख का
दुःख की संध्या ढलती ई

आंसू और गीतों की दुनिया
रहती सदा बदलती
आंसू और गीतों की दुनिया
रहती सदा बदलती

गाड़ी चलती
जीवन की ई गाड़ी चलती

जीवन की गाड़ी चलती है
कुछ रूकती फिर चलती
जीवन की गाड़ी चलती गाड़ी चलती
जीवन की गाड़ी चलती गाड़ी चलती


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4484 Post No. : 15998

“Fifty Fifty”(1956) was produced and directed by Roshanlal Malhotra for Roopnagar Limited, Bombay. This “social” movie had Nalini Jaiwant, M Rajan, David, Manmohan Krisgna, Lalita Kumari, Amar, Sundar, Gope, Om Prakash, Tuntun, Helen, Mumtaz, Rajan Kapoor, Kathana, Dubey, Lalita Kapoor etc, with guest appearances by Randheer, Jayant and Jeewan.

The movie had eight songs in it. Six songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the seventh song from “Fifty Fifty”(1956) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Rafi. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Madan Mohan.

ONly the audio of the song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of the song. My guess is that the song is a beggar/ fakir song on some character artist.


Song-Kab tak tu Bhagwan se apna aap chhupaayega(Fifty Fifty)(1956) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Madan Mohan

Lyrics

kab tak tu bhagwaan se apna aap chhupaayega aa
tera likkha ik din tere samane aayega aa aa
saamne aayega
kab tak tu bhagwaan se apna aap chhupaayega aa
tera likkha ik din tere samane aayega aa aa
saamne aayega

jo saagar ke andar seepi beech chupaaye moti
dekh rahi hai sab kuchh logon us maalik ki jyoti
jo saagar ke andar seepi beech chhupaaye moti
dekh rahi hai sab kuchh logon us maalik ki jyoti
arre us maalik ki jyoti
jag ke bhedi kya bande se dhokha khaayega aa
tera likkha ik din tere saamne aayega
kab tak tu bhagwaan se apna aap chhupaayega
tera likkha ik din tere samane aayega aa aa
saamne aayega

jiski marzi bin o moorakh hil na paaye tinka
lekh likha hai paass usi ke tere ik ik din ka
jiski marzi bin o moorakh hil na paaye tinka
lekh likha hai paass usi ke tere ik ik din ka
arre tere ik ik din ka
kahaan phir uski nazron se tu bach ke jaayega
tera likha ek din tere saamne aayega
kab tak tu bhagwan se apna aap chhupaayega aa
tera likkha ik din tere saamne aayega aa aa
saamne aayega


This article is written by Nahm, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

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4481 Post No. : 15991

Mohammed Rafi: The incomparable (II) – Song No. 20
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25/10/2020 – Remembrance Day of Sahir Ludhianvi 

Koyi shaayar ta’aaruf ka mohtaaj ho saktaa hai lekin uss ki shaayari kisi ta’aaruf ki mohtaaj nahi honi chaahiye, chaahe wo shaayari doosri zubaan mein tarjuma shudaa hi kyun na ho”.

So began the article published in the Urdu magazine ‘Fann Aur Shakhsiyat’ (Sahir number), dated 22nd July 1958, written by Khwaaja Ahmed Abbas.

Sahir. . . ba-zubaan e khud
(Answering a question asked by Nida Fazli)

I am the youngest among my contemporaries except Kaifi considering my age. Faiz, Sardar, Niyaaz all are senior.  When Majaz’s ‘Aahang’ was published I was a student in Matric (Xth std) and at the time of publication of Faiz’s collection I was studying in BA. There are really effects of Faiz in some of my poems. Majaaz is more classical, which I like. Maybe it is more impressive in ‘Chaklay’. Every poet is impressed by his senior poets. But there is a difference in vinegar and its affects. Many of my poems tackle different topics like, Taj Mahal, chakla, avoidance (garez), and beautiful turn (khoobsurat mod) etc. No one’s 100% and perfect. In Faiz’s work there are more of comparisons (Anthropomorphization). The adjectives in my poems create an atmosphere. The personality of the poet also has an impact on his art and expression. There is an inner circle, the subject and vivid representation takes shape accordingly. By nature I belong to the middle class. Maybe I have still not managed to de-class myself. Years ago my poems were heard silently among the labourers.  But Kaifi would generate more claps. Some people have an opinion that Sahir is more liked the college going boys and girl, this is poetry of an immature brain. But I do doubt the maturity of brains of the people who think like this. I am product of this very circumstances and it is natural to be affected by it. But the poetry’s subjects and their treatment is also bound to change with the age of the poet, as in our times Hafeez and A’dam were very popular among elderly poets. We used to take part is these Mushaa’ire, recited our poems which were well liked by all. Firaaq says this even today that “Mushaa’iron ke ticket to Sahir ke naam par hi bikte hain”.

I know there are very few people who understand Urdu and fewer are interested in it in India. But the revived interest in Urdu poetry, contemporary as well as some poets belonging to the earlier generations, and other literary works, which is raising its head frequently, is heartening. Urdu poetry in itself is a strong statement. It is very important and significant in the 21st century and new millennia also, as it was in 19th and 20th centuries.

And Sahir is a big part of this strong statement. For his content and creative flexibility. There may be a way of looking at his poetry apart from his roots in leftist ideology.  I don’t think he died with, as strong sense of his ideology as he began his active poetic life.

I am fascinated by the impact of Allama Iqbal on his poetry.  He wrote this in early 40’s :

ye kooche ye neelaam ghar dilkashi ke
ye lut’te huye caaravan zindagi ke
kahaan hain, kahan hain, muhafiz khudi ke
sana-khwaan-e-taqdees-e-mashriq kahan hain

Very few poets have used the word ‘khudi’ after Iqbal so immediately after him.  In fact the philosophy of ‘khudi’ is the inherent identity of Iqbal’s literary and poetic work.  Here if Sahir is speaking of ‘khudi’ it must be a reference to glorification and paeans of the civilizational progress of the ‘mashriq’ sung by Iqbal.   The question by Sahir is still valid, as it was 80 years ago.  The question is much bigger than ever, exactly when and how much more, the personal integrity, conscience of each one of us singing praises of cultural, civilizational and religious values are going to go and face this shameful reality.

Allama Iqbal left this world in 1939.  For the impressionable youth, a rebellious one like Sahir, the impressive content and complete logical values in Iqbal’s considerable poetic output, could have felt like the shackles.  So he hits out, at the reality of society, more in self-defence to stop his own slide into the spirituality.  He wants to stay in the realm of the material and spirituality seems like a cave to him, with no way out.

But it is a fact that he ventured into the cave, with a parody too :

cheen-o-arab hamaara, hindostaan hamaara
muslim hain ham watan hai saara jahan hamaara

Bringing it down to the basic issues of survival with:

Cheen-o-arab hamaara, hindostan hamaara
Rehne ko ghar nahin hai, saara jahan hamaara

He takes this She’r of Iqbal ;

Na tu zameen ke liye hai na aasmaan ke liye
Jahaan hai tere liye tu nahin jahaan ke liye

And makes it;

Na tu zameen ke liye hai na aasmaan ke liye
Tera wajood hai ab sirf daastaan ke liye

He does satire, demoralise and ridicule the concept of humans being the supreme creation, and degenerates it.  Not that he has any answers or solutions to the angst expressed in “jinhen naaz hai hind par. . .”.   How the ideology he wore on his sleeve, must have been time and again, weighed against the religiosity and convictions of Iqbal.  He challenges Iqbal’s concepts and thrives on it.

tere ishq ki intehaa chaahta hoon
meri saadgi dekh kya chaahta hoon

He takes the above ghazal of Iqbal and writes this as college bait-baazi song “Tere Pyaar Ka Aasra Chaahta Hoon“.

In relation to the saga called ‘chaklay’, I am reproducing a portion of the article ‘Sahir aur Us ki Sha’iri’, by Kaifi Azmi, originally published in 1948, in ‘Naye Adab Ke Ma’emaar’ (‘Ma’emaar’ – builders or constructors, derived from ta’ameer or ‘imaarat’):

The hapless and hungry nation in reverence towards which glorious paeans are sung with closed eyes, houses brothels at every step. Hence brothels are entrenched in Indian literature too.

The rank intensity, hatred and sincerity with which saahir has shaken up the ‘sanakhwan-e-tasdeeq-e-mashriq’ are simply incomparable.

In ‘chaklay’ (brothels), Sahir’s dignity, his soul and the restlessness of his conscience can be seen at the acme of eminence; I get goose bumps when I read this poem.  The feelings that might have stimulated him to write it are so intense that here his characteristic melancholy transforms into an overwhelming deluge.

[Source – ‘Yeh Un Dinon Ki Baat Hai’, selected and translated by Yasir Abbasi].

One wonders if Sahir ever gave a thought to Rafi sahab’s rendition of the songs of ‘Pyasa’, as he got into a controversy over credit and remuneration. It is 40 years since both of them left the temporary abode called life. We are into 100th year of Sahir and no closer to finding the reply to his call. . .

sana-khwaan-e-taqdees-e-mashriq ko laao
sana-khwaan-e-taqdees-e-mashriq kahan hain

I wonder if any literary work of this world, or any research paper is there, that offers solutions, shows the way out, of this socio-economic problem.  But it is a sad state of affairs that this civilization has ceased to view this as a degenerating parasite of a problem in society.  It exists only in Sahir’s poetry as an issue.

I am presenting a Rafi song on this occasion. This is a solo song written by Sahir Ludhianvi for the film ‘Naach Ghar’ (1959).  N Datta is the composer for this film. The song is a prayer, banjaara song, and overlay of a mujra.  As if the mujra is going on and the viewer is singing the song.  I can only guess at it as the video is not available.  The rendition by Rafi Sahab is again out of this world, especially the starting one minute, before the mujra part begins.  I am at a loss, ke sahir ki baat karun ya Rafi ki.

The movie ‘Naach Ghar’ has 10 songs with Rafi being the only male singer, singing four duets with Lata Mangeshkar, one with Asha Bhosle and one with Geeta Dutt.  The only solo song by Rafi in this film the present post.  I had never heard this song before March 2020, when I decided to post this as the birthday post for Sahir’s birth anniversary.  But since it could not be posted, I have revised the post for the death anniversary.

This is the 20th song in the series of ‘Mohammed Rafi – The Incomparable (II)’.   The first two differing portions of the song are too brief; one wants them to go on and on.  But the song moves on to beyond the dance music to chhed-chhaad mode, romantic and pardesi.  3:15 duration is too short to pack so much, and it ends too soon.  Only the audio is available of the song which is picturized on Gopi Krishna.  This could be a stage song or road-side tamasha song.

Song – Teri Ada Pe Qurbaan, O Jaane Waale (Naach Ghar) (1959) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Lyrics – Sahir Ludhianvi, MD – N Datta

Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

main banjaara
door ka aa
ghoomun dagar dagar
base rahen is nagar ke baasi
basaa rahe ye nagar
ho ho oo ooooooo

allah ke naam pe
maula ke naam pe 
allah ke naam pe
maula ke naam pe 
de de o jaanewaale
allah ke naam pe
allah ke naam pe
maula ke naam pe 

teri adaa pe qurbaan
o jaanewaale
na ja na ja na ja na jaa
teri adaa pe qurbaan
o jaanewaale
na ja re
na ja na ja na jaa
na ja na ja na jaa
teri adaa pe qurbaan

ho jaayenge
hum deewaane
ho jaayenge
hum deewaane
lut jaayenge
khwaab suhaane
lut jaayenge
khwaab suhaane
o zaalim tarsaane waale
teri adaa pe qurbaan
o jaanewaale
na ja na ja na ja na jaa
teri adaa pe qurbaan
o jaanewaale
na ja re
na ja na ja na jaa
na ja na ja na jaa
teri adaa pe qurbaan

pardesi ke dil ki duaa le
pardesi ke dil ki duaa le
khud ruk jaa yaa
hum ko bula le
khud ruk jaa yaa
hum ko bulaa le
ghaayal chhod ke jaane waale
teri adaa pe qurbaan
o jaanewaale
na ja na ja na ja na jaa
yeri adaa pe qurbaan
o jaanewaale
na ja re
na ja na ja na jaa
na ja na ja na jaa
teri adaa pe qurbaan

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Hindi Script Lyrics
(Provided by Sudhir)
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मैं बंजारा
दूर का
घूमूँ डगर डगर
बसे रहें इस नगर के बासी
बसा रहे ये नगर
हो हो ओ ओssssss

अल्लाह के नाम पे
मौला के नाम पे
अल्लाह के नाम पे
मौला के नाम पे
दे दे ओ जाने वाले
अल्लाह के नाम पे
अल्लाह के नाम पे
मौला के नाम पे

तेरी अदा पे क़ुर्बान
ओ जानेवाले
ना जा ना जा ना जा ना जा
तेरी अदा पे क़ुर्बान
ओ जानेवाले
ना जा रे
ना जा ना जा ना जा
ना जा ना जा ना जा
तेरी अदा पे क़ुर्बान

हो जाएँगे
हम दीवाने
हो जाएँगे
हम दीवाने
लुट जाएँगे
ख्वाब सुहाने
लुट जाएँगे
ख्वाब सुहाने
ओ ज़ालिम तरसाने वाले
तेरी अदा पे क़ुर्बान
ओ जानेवाले
ना जा ना जा ना जा ना जा
तेरी अदा पे क़ुर्बान
ओ जानेवाले
ना जा रे
ना जा ना जा ना जा
ना जा ना जा ना जा
तेरी अदा पे क़ुर्बान

परदेसी के दिल की दुआ ले
परदेसी के दिल की दुआ ले
खुद रुक जा या
हमको बुला ले
खुद रुक जा या
हमको बुला ले
घायल छोड़ के जाने वाले
तेरी अदा पे क़ुर्बान
ओ जानेवाले
ना जा ना जा ना जा ना जा
तेरी अदा पे क़ुर्बान
ओ जानेवाले
ना जा रे
ना जा ना जा ना जा
ना जा ना जा ना जा
तेरी अदा पे क़ुर्बान


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Blog Day : 3458 Post No. : 13873

Today’s song is from film Aazaad-40, made by the famous Bombay Talkies.

Bombay Talkies was one of the premiere production companies of India in those times. Its films became very popular and the music was lapped up by the audience. There were other equally famous production houses like Prabhat Films,Ranjit studios and New Theatres of Calcutta, all churning out block busters. While Ranjit showed how to make money, Bombay Talkies added prestige to films.
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Nargis was “Miss India”(1957) in January 1957 and nine month later she was “Mother India” (1957) in october 1957. 🙂 I wondered what happened to Mrs India that should have logically followed in between. 🙂
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“Aadhi Roti”(1957) was produced by Amritlal Gandhi Choksi and Vallabh Choksi and directed by Chandrakant for Gandhi and Choksi, Bombay. This social movie had Bhagwan, Sulochana, Ulhas, Prem Adib, Kumud Tripathi, Manorama, Al Nasir, Bimla Kumar, Master Dabboo, Roop Kumar (Daisy Irani), Ratnamala, Rajan Haksar, Radheshyam, Amirbai Karnataki, Baby Akhtar, Mehrunnissa, Bagla, R S Dubey, Champak Lala, Rajesh Sharma, Shrawan Kumar, Uma Khosla, Shakuntala etc in it.
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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.
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“Ghar Ka Chiraag”(1967) was produced and directed by Jagdev Bhamri. The movie had Dharmendra, Waheeda Rehman, Balraj Sahni, Indrani Mukherjee, Dev Kumar, Tun Tun, Abhi Bhattacharya, Biswajeet, Chand Usmani etc in it.
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“Naunihaal” (1967) was a Mercury Production movie. It was directed by Raj Marbros. The movie had Balraj Sahni, Sanjeev Kumar, Indrani Mukherji, Jagdeep, Harindranath Chattopadhyay, Abhi Bhattacharya, Asit Sen, Madhvi etc in it.
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