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This article is the 15900th song post for the blog

Blog Day :

4447 Post No. : 15900

So we reach another blog century with this post. This century materializes in 39 days, which appears like a fast century vis a vis the previous eleven centuries that took an average of 61 days each. These eleven centuries were took nearly two years (from August 2018 till July 2020). If we look at the rate of centuries ten years ago, then we had achieved a blog century on 20 september 2010 as well. That was the 30th century for the blog and that had been achieved in 17 days flat !. Eleven centuries (viz 20th century to 30th century were achieved at an average rate of 33 days per century.

The quickest rate of centuries were achieved during 2011 and 2012. Calendar year of 2012 saw 21 blog centuries, a record not surpassed since ! These 21 centuries were achieved at an average rate of one century every 18th day !

When I try to think about the by now barely believable rate of posts and centuries in the past, I can pinpoint a few reasons. And I also learn a few lessons from them.

Ten years ago, I was ten years younger. at that stage in my life, I was perhaps at the most productive and creative stage of my life. My enery level and motivation level were on a different plane. I also realise that my eyesight was still good and I did not need glasses to read fine prints. It was sometime in 2011 that I began to realise that my eyesight was going downhill. That is when I needed glasses for the first time. With that being the case, it was no longer possible for me to pore over the computer screen with the same comfort as before. This may be one reason why I hav slowed down. I need to take breaks from computer for the sake of my eyes, which was not the case prior to 2011.

Secondly, at that stage, I found it easy to wake up early in the morning and staying up late as well. My wife complained that I was neglecting my health by not getting enough sleep. Her constant nagging has finally had its effect on me. For the last two years, I no longer wake up at 5 AM in the morning and finish off six or seven posts for the day in three hours.

25 september 2011 was a crazy day when as many as 13 writeups were posted. First post appeared at 8:10 PM and the last post at 23:59 PM ! It means that I devoted the entire day at the computer doing nothing but posting articles all th time ! The same feat was repeated on 6 september 2012. The first post of the day appeared at 7:32 AM. The thirteenth and final post of the day appeared at 23:47 PM and that marked the 66th blog century for the blog !

Those were crazy days for the blog! The concepts of movies making their debuts, moving getting YIPPEED in the blog etc were not known. I did not have access to HFGK, so I was blissfully unaware if all the songs of a movie were covered in the blog. Unburdened by all these considerations, and helped by the fact that most well known songs of well known movies were still up for grabs, we had no problem finding sngs to discuss. All those songs, not yet dscovered were like low hanging fruits that were easy to pluck. We have dealt with all those low handing fruits and now we are dealing with songs that were relatively less popular and lesser known. I was gifted HFGK on july 2014 by our two Maharathi contributors Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh and Sudhir Jee, on the occasion of the blog completing 10000th post. By that time, we were also on to concepts like individual artists centuries, blog contributors centuries etc. We had also evolved the concept of YIPPEE thanks to the ever enthusiastic Pradeep Raghunathan. All these factors meant that we had to do more research that before to locate specific songs that met specific requirements.

These days we are not able to score our centuries at Sehwag like rate (16-17 days) but even scoring centuries at test match rate is not bad. What matters is that the musical juggesrnaut keeps moving and does not remain stand still. We have managed to remain free of a DOT day in the blog for this entire calendar year 2020. There were three DOT days in 2019, 7 in 2018 and ZERO in 2017. So we have ben like a non stop musical bandwagon for the last four years with hardly any stoppages. And let us hope that it continues that way.

Another thing where we had managed to staay true to form is in the selection of our Century songs. We manage to come up with special songs for such special occasions. Seeing that we have had 158 Blog centuries so far, we have discussed 158 special songs on these occasions. 158 is not a small number by any stretch of imagination. One would need more than 8 hours to listen to these special songs !

The 15900th song of the blog is a special song as well. It is special because

(i) it is a rare and obscure song
(ii) the singer is also obscure, though she comes from a well known musical family
(iii) The song is one that has been reused in at least two movies, both obscure.

The song is from “Bhed”(1950). This movie was produced by Amba Cinetone(Jal K Baliwala Productions Bombay). That is all that HFGK contains for this movie. HFGK tells us that this movie had at least nine songs in it, may be more. Mukul Roy (brother of Geeta Roy, later Geeta Dutt) was the music director.

Three songs from this movie have been discussed so far. All these three songs were sung by Geeta Dutt.

Here is another song from “Bhed”(1950). Is it sung by Geeta Dutt ? No, it is sung by Lakshmi Roy, sister of Geeta Dutt. Geeta Dutt is a legendary singer in HFM, but her sister Lakshmi Roy has sung very few songs in HFM. Most of her songs are duets with other singers. This song is an axception. It is a solo song.

This song is penned by Madhukar Rajasthani.

I made another interesting discovery. Five songs from “Bhed” (1953) were later reused in “Do Bahaadur”(1953). Unlike “Bhed”(1950), details of starcast of “Do Bahaadur”(1953) is known. “Do Bahaadur”(1953) was produced by Nari Cawasji and drected by Baburao Pahalwan for Baghdad Pictures under supervision of Shantaram Athwale. The movie had John Cawas, Shanta Patel, Rohini, Dalpat, Goldstein, Rajni, Chitalkar, Dilawar, Baby Balo, Aziz Premi, Madhu Apte, Ali, Baburao Pahalwan etc in it.

This movie too had music by Mukul Roy. The movie had six songs in it. Five of these songs were same as those of “Bhed”(1950). the sixth song was taken from “Ustaad Pedro”(1951).

Such cut and paste job for music did not help the cause of “Do Bahaadur”(1953). For that matter even “Bhed”(1950) is a rare and forgotten movie.

Coming to Lakshmi Roy, she married producer director Pramod Chakraborty. Unlike her unfortunate sister Geeta, she enjoyed a long and happy married life.

As the 15900th song of the blog, here is this rare and special song from “Bhed”(1950).

A blog century on 20 september 2010 and a blog century on 20 september 2020 as well. So we have mnaged to achieve a different kind of “Blog Ten Year Challenge” today with this post. 🙂

As we can see, we are now just one more century away from the magic 16000 mark. Here is hoping that we will not just reach that landmark but also reach many distant landmarks in future. I take this opportunity to thank one and all for their continued support and encouragement.


Song-Ritu Pyar karan ki aayi (Bhed) (1950)/(Do Bahaadur)(1953) Singer-Laxmi Roy, Lyrics-Madhukar Rajasthani, MD-Mukul Roy

Lyrics

Ritu Pyaar karan ki aayi
jawaani
saawan ban ke chhaayee
saawan ban ke chhaayee
Ritu Pyaar karan ki aayi
jawaani
saawan ban ke chhaayee
saawan ban ke chhaayee
mastiyaan le le kar angdaayi
mastiyaan le le kar angdaayi
kahi haan aayi haan aayi
saawan ban ke chhaayee
Ritu Pyaar karan ki aayi
jawaani
saawan ban ke chhaayee
saawan ban ke chhaayee

chhaayee huyi khushrang(?) ghataayen
chhaayee huyi khushrang(?) ghataayen
naach rahi hain mast hawaayen
naach rahi hain mast hawaayen
koyal ne kook
koyal ne kook lagaayee
papeeha preetam ka saudaayee
kahen haan aayi haan aayi
Ritu Pyaar karan ki aayi
jawaani
saawan ban ke chhaayee
saawan ban ke chhaayee

shama se kehta hai parwaana
shama se kehta hai parwaana
bulb(?) se hai gul suhaana
bulb(?) se hai gul suhaana
bhanwron se hai kaliyaan kehtin
chanda se kahen chakori
kya
kahen haan aayi haan aayi
kahen haan aayi haan aayi
Rut pyaar karan ki aayi
jawaani
saawan ban ke chhaayee
saawan ban ke chhaayee
rut pyaar karan ki aayi
jawaani
saawan ban ke chhaayee
saawan ban ke chhaayee


This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, 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.

This is his 900th write-up in the blog.

Blog Day :

4442 Post No. : 15887

My God ! This is my 900th post on the Blog !

I just can’t believe it. I feel like having written my First post just the other day. How time flies !

But this also means that I have enjoyed writing posts on this Blog. It has been exactly 8 years that I have been writing posts, primarily on old time films, songs and the people connected with them. My first post appeared here on 1-10-2012, when I was 72 year old. At the end of the 8 years period, I have 900 articles on my name and I am 80 years old.

When my first post appeared here on 1-10-2012, I had already posted 400 comments, film reviews and information tit bits on old films on the Blog. With so much of information, it was expected by Atulites that someday I will write posts. Personally. I had never thought of that. There is a story behind how my posts started appearing on this Blog.

At the end of September 2012, one of my friends sent me a song from the film Savitri-1937. I was quite excited to get such a rare song. Savitri-37 was the first Mythological film by Bombay Talkies and also their popular Hero Ashok Kumar ( later he acted in one more Mythological film ” Uttara Abhimanyu”-46. Thank God he never acted in another Mythological film ! He was a perfect misfit in them.). I wrote to Atul ji that I had that song and suggested that he should post it. I volunteered to provide the necessary details of the film etc. He wrote back asking me to send him the information on that song. Enthusiastically, I wrote a long essay-like post about the film, song, story etc. and sent it to him, so that he should post the rare song.

Next day i.e. on 1-10-2012, I got an email from Atul ji that he has posted the write up on film Savitri song, as my Post. I was pleasantly surprised. Honestly, I was thrilled too ! My post and on this Blog ? How sweet ! By evening, there were 36 comments on the post. Most Atulites welcomed my step of becoming a post contributor. I was really overwhelmed. Then I decided, anyway I was in the Swimming Pool, so why not enjoy swimming ?

Thus started my journey of 900 posts. All the credit goes to our Leader- ATUL JI. His encouragement, motivation and help from time to time was an asset for me. Atul ji is not expressive about the good deeds he does, but I am indebted to him. I learnt using the Computer when I was past my 70 years of age. So, there used to be many mistakes in my typing the articles like in using the upper/lower cases, use of Capitals, Punctuation marks, construction of sentences etc etc. But Atul ji and Sudhir ji stretched their tolerance limits to maximum and accepted me as I was. Since 2018 onwards, I conscientiously made changes in my writing, checking the article for mistakes, doing corrections before sending it etc. I also changed the type of the script Font that I was using, for more clarity of reading and today, I feel, my writings are far better than earlier times. Sudhir ji’s help has been particularly useful in the last 8 years. Thank you, ATUL JI and SUDHIR JI, for making me what I am today in the Blogosphere and amongst the like minded people of the Internet, Facebook etc.

My 800th post was on 29-9-2019. The 900th post too is in September. Thanks to all my readers, friends, Group Atulites and well wishers.

Today’s song is from the film Malati Madhav-1955. This is a story from the Sanskrit play ‘Malti Madhav’ written by Bhavbhuti. Wikipedia has this to say about Bhavbhuti and the story of Malati Madhav….

Bhavabhuti was an 8th-century scholar of India noted for his plays and poetry, written in Sanskrit. His plays are considered the equal of the works of Kalidasa. Bhavabhuti was born in Padampura, Vidarbha, in Gondia district, on the Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh border. His real name was Srikantha Nilakantha, and he was the son of Nilakantha and Jatukarni. He received his education at ‘Padmapawaya’, a place some 42 km South-West of Gwalior. Dayananidhi Paramahansa is known to be his guru. He composed his historical plays at ‘Kalpi’, a place on the banks of river Yamuna.

He is believed to have been the court poet of king Yashovarman of Kannauj. Kalhana, the 12th-century historian, places him in the entourage of the king, who was defeated by Lalitaditya Muktapida, king of Kashmir, in 736 AD.

The play is set in the city of Padmavati. The king desires that his minister’s daughter Malati marry a youth called Nandana. Malati has been in love with Madhava ever since she saw him and drew his portrait. Madhava reciprocates, and draws a portrait of her in turn. Malati suspects her father’s motives in falling in with the King’s plans for her. A side plot involves the lovers’ friends Makaranda and Madayantika. The latter is attacked by a tiger, and Makaranda rescues her, getting wounded in the process. After numerous travails, all ends well, with the two couples uniting. According to the renowned Sanskritist Daniel H.H. Ingalls, the Malatimadhava is a work that combines love and horror with a felicity never again equaled in Sanskrit literature.

Today’s song is sung by Malati Pande and chorus. Malati Pande is one of my most favourite marathi singers. Her Bhavgeets in the 50’s decade were extremely popular in Maharashtra and with all the Marathi people wherever they were in the world. Malati Pande was also a Classical singer and has sung very few songs in Hindi films, but excelled in Classical and Marathi songs. Her songs like ” tya tithe, palikade, tikde, maziya priyeche zopde” or ” kunihi paay naka vajavu” are evergreen. She is one of those Marathi singers like Manik Verma, Jyotsna Bhole, Hirabai Badodekar, Saraswati Rane, Shobha Gurtu, Nalini Mulgaonkar, Ram Marathe, Bhimsen Joshi, D.V.Paluskar etc, who just visited Hindi films out of curiosity, but returned to their comfort zones immediately.

Malati was born on 19-4-1930 at Poona, She was attracted to music from her childhood. She was trained by several teachers like Bhaskarrao Ghodke, Trivedi Master, Vilayat Hussain Khan, Vinayak buwa Patwardhan, Bholanath Ghatt and also her husband Pt. Padmakar Barve. At the age of 15 years, she was invited to sing on A.I.R. Poona. She did her Ph.D in Music.

When Sudhir Phadke brought her to Prabhat for audition, for songs of Marathi version of ‘ Aagey Badho ‘-47, Fattelal was very happy with her style of singing and thanked Phadke. Malati Pande’s first lori song “kunihi Paay Naka vajavoo…” was with Singer & Music Director Gajanan Watve and poet Shrinivas Kharkar. It is said that afterwards, many singers and music directors recorded lori songs, but Malati Pande’s this lori song is the best and is still remembered by the Marathi listeners.

Malati Pande sang many Marathi songs under the music direction of Gajanan Watve, Sudhir Phadke, Ram Phatak, Shrinivas Khale, Datta Dawjekar, Madhukar Pathak etc.

Malati Pande sang some 15 Hindi songs under the music direction of K. Bhole, Avinash Vyas, Sudhir Phadke in the following Hindi films – Seeta Swayamvar-48, Maya Bazar-49, Shrikrishna Satyabhama-51, Shri Vishnu Bhagwan-51 and Malati Madhav-55.

Malati married classical singer Pt. Padmakar Barve. They have a son Rajiv Barve who is a singer. His daughter Priyanka Barve is also a famous singer in Marathi and Hindi films. Malati Pande died on 27-12-1997.

Let us now enjoy her last song in Hindi films…


Song-Motiyon se maang bhare sundari suhhaaye re (Maalti Madhav)(1951) Singer- Malti Pande, Lyricist- Pt.Narendra Sharma, MD- Sudhir Phadke
Chorus

Lyrics

Motiyon se maang bhare sundari suhhaaye re
sundari suhhaaye re
Motiyon se maang bhare sundari suhhaaye re
sundari suhhaaye re
aarsi na dekho
kahin drishti lag jaaye re
drishti lag jaaye re
sundari suhhaaye re
sundari suhhaaye re
Motiyon se maang bhare sundari suhhaaye re
sundari suhhaaye re

nakh range hain laadli ke
choomti usha charan
nakh range hain laadli ke
choomti usha charan
jaise laal laal kamal
khil rahe hain man haran
jaise laal laal kamal
khil rahe hain man haran
ye charan ki jodi kahin
door chali jaaye re
door chali jaaye re
sundari suhhaaye re
sundari suhhaaye re
Motiyon se maang bhare sundari suhhaaye re
sundari suhhaaye re
Motiyon se maang bhare sundari suhhaaye re
sundari suhhaaye re

mukh hai jaise chandr chaandni si roop mohani
mukh hai jaise chandr chaandni si roop mohani
apni aaj kal paraayi hogi sakhi sohini

dekho kaali naagin si veni lehraaye re
veni lehraaye re
sundari suhhaaye re
sundari suhhaaye re
Motiyon se maang bhare sundari suhhaaye re
sundari suhhaaye re
aarsi na dekho
kahin drishti lag jaaye re
drishti lag jaaye re
sundari suhhaaye re
sundari suhhaaye re
Motiyon se maang bhare sundari suhhaaye re
sundari suhhaaye re


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Blog Day :

4434 Post No. : 15870

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No. 72
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This day ten years ago (7 september 2010) saw six songs being covered in the blog. The first song was posted at 7 :30 AM whereas the sixth and final song was covered at 9:42 AM.

Here are the details of those six songs:-

Song Movie title-Year Remarks
Kyun yaad aa rahe hain guzre huye zamaane Anmol Ghadi-1946 All songs covered
Ye raat suhaani raat nahin Dil E Naadaan-1953 All songs covered
Meri veena tum bin roye Dekh Kabira Roya-1957 All songs covered
Main apne aap se ghabraa gayaa hoon Bindiya-1960 All songs covered
Gardish mein hon taare naa ghabraanaa pyaare Reshmi Roomaal-1961 All songs covered
Tu mera ho gaya main teri ho gayi Khoon Pasinaa-1977 01 song posted

The first five movies whose songs were discussed ten years ago, have been YIPPEED by now. That leaves us with only one movie, namely “Khoon Paseena”(1977) which can be taken up today (7 september 2020) under “Blog Ten Year Challenge”.

“Khoon Paseenaa”(1977) had made its debut in the blog ten years ago. That song remains the only song from the discussed in the blog have been posted on the blog. That song was :-

Song Posted On
Tu mera ho gaya main teri ho gayi 07.09.2010

That article was written by an Amitabh Bachchan Rekha fan extraordinaire Santosh Ojha, who those days used to contribute some fantastic aricles in this blog, in addition to writing some wonderful articles in his own blog as well.

The song that appears today is the title song cum theme song of the movie. This song is sung by Kishore Kumar and chorus. Anjaan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji.

The song is lip synced on screen by Amitabh Bachchan in an archtypically Amitabh Bachcahn style. Rekha, Nirupa Roy, Aruna Irani , Asrani and many others can also be seen in the picturization of this song.

This song, a popular song of those days stood at 30th position in that year’s Binaca Geetmala finals..

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala.

With this song, Kishore Kumar now has 1200 songs in the blog as a playback singer.

Video

Audio (Full)

Song-Khoon paseene ki jo milegi to khaayenge (Khoon Paseena)(1977) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Kalyanji Anandji
Chorus

Lyrics(as per audio link) (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

haan aa aa
suno suno o
apney kaanon mein tel daal kar suno o
ke bandaa apne pyaaron ko aadaab bajaa laataa hai
apni ammaa aur
apni joru ke sar pe haath rakh ke
apni qasam dohraataa hai
kyaa aa

ye
khoon paseene ki jo milegi to khaayenge
arey khoon pasine ki jo milegi to khaayenge
nahin to yaaron ham
bhookhe hi so jaayenge
daulat haraam ki ee
naa naa aa
hai ye kis kaam ki ee
haan haan aa
daulat haraam ki
hai ye kis kaam ki
khaa lo qasam isey
haath naa lagaayenge
haath naa lagaayenge
haath naa lagaayenge

arey khoon paseene ki jo milegi to khaayenge
nahin to yaaron ham
bhookhe hi so jaayenge ae

hey ae ae ae
seth karodimal ki biwi
ek raat ye boli ee
neend nahin kyun aati tumko
binaa neend ki goli ee
haan
binaa neend ki goli
hey ae
kahey kya seth karodi
hu hu
kamaa ke kaudi kaudi
hu hu
haraam ki daulat jodi ee
magar lagti thhi thhodi
magar lagti thhi thhodi

khul gayi chor bazaari
arey lut gayi daulat saari
seth bhi andar
maal bhi andar
donon naa bach paayenge
jaise seth maraa hai waise
saare maare jaayenge
saare maare jaayenge
saare maare jaayenge

arey isi liye to kehtaa hoon pyaaron o
ke khoon paseene ki jo milegi to khaayenge
nahin to yaaron ham
bhookhe hi so jaayenge ae

hey ae ae ae
auron ka haq loot ke khaataa
thha ek gundaa naami ee
hukam chalaata thha sab par wo
sab karte thhe ghulaami ee
haan
sab karte thhe ghulaami ee

chadhaa rehtaa thha paaraa aa
shahar dartaa thha saaraa
magar maaraa maari ne ae
usey kis mod pe maaraa aa
usey kis mod pe maaraa aa
huaa jo MISA zaari
akad wo tooti saari
to zaalim andar
josh bhi andar
hosh thhikaane aayenge
jaise maaraa gayaa wo zaalim
saare maare jaayenge ae
saare maare jaayenge
saare maare jaayenge

arey isi liye to kehtaa hoon pyaaron o
ke khoon paseene ki jo milegi to khaayenge ae
nahin to yaaron ham
bhookhe hi so jaayenge ae

ye daulat hai beemaari ee
haan haan haan haan
hai laanat chor bazaari
haan haan haan haan
ye daulat hai beemaari
hai laanat chor bazaari
arey chhod do maaraa maari
aur phenk do chhuri qataari ee
haan aa
phenk do chhuri qataari ee
haan haan
phenk do chhuri qataari ee

mohabbat naam hai jiska aa
wahi to cheez hai pyaari
pyaar se jeet dilon ko
sabhi se kar le yaari ee
sabhi se kar le yaari
mehnat ki jo rookhi sookhi miley
baant ke khayenge ae
agar karenge jhagdaa pyaare
saare maare jaayenge
saare maare jaayenge ae

isi liye to kehtaa hoon pyaaron o
ke khoon paseene ki jo milegi to khaayenge ae
khoon paseene ki jo milegi to khaayenge ae
nahin to yaaron ham
bhookhe hi so jaayenge ae
nahin to yaaron ham
bhookhe hi so jaayenge ae

daulat haraam ki ee
naa naa aa
hai ye kis kaam ki ee
haan haan aa
daulat haraam ki
hai ye kis kaam ki
khaalo qasam isey
haath naa lagaayenge ae
haath naa lagaayenge
haath naa lagaayenge
khoon paseene ki jo milegi to khaayenge

shaabaash …
khoon paseene ki jo milegi to khaayenge
khoon paseene ki jo milegi to khaayenge
khoon paseene ki jo milegi to khaayenge
khoon paseene ki jo milegi to khaayenge
khoon paseene ki jo milegi to khaayenge


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.

Blog Day :

4428 Post No. : 15854 Movie Count :

4362

#The Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 100 #
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I got my first copy of HFGK in February’2015. After going through this ‘geet-kosh’ and movie details, I planned to take up this series. My aim was to introduce movies of this decade of seventies i.e. 1971-1980. It also offered me the opportunity of sharing my ‘nostalgia’ associated with the movies of this decade. Some of these movies were seen by me while others were not.

As for songs, there were songs that were well known during that time but were subsuquently forgotten with passage of time.

My main ‘goal’ was an ambitious one- to introduce all movies from 1971-1980 on the blog as soon as possible. I must say that we are still a long way from achieving this goal. Songs from some movies are no longer available. Some movies themselves have become so obscure that no information is available about then anywhere except in the geet-kosh.

Take the case of the year ‘1971’. There are around sixteen movies of 1971 that are yet to get represented on the blog. This number is from the movies which were officially released in 1971. Total 115 movies were released released this year , including movies which do not have any songs). The details of the list of movies will be discussed in the future posts as we progress on the blog and enter into ‘2021’. The next year ‘2021’ will be important from the point of view that it will mark completion of ‘fifty years’ for the movies released in ‘1971’ as the months progressed.

When we come to think of it, this year ‘2020’ is special for the movies released in ‘1970’ because those movies were released fifty years ago !

We will have quite a few such interesting details and observations in the future posts on the blog.

Today we are going to listen to a song from the movie ‘Dost Aur Dushman-1971’.

This movie is making its debut on the blog today.

Music of this movie was composed by music director Raj Kamal.

Today 1st September 2020 is the fifteenth ‘Remembrance Day’ of Raj Kamal (15.01.1921-01.09.2005).

Music director Raj Kamal has given us many unforgettable songs. Some of them can be described as ‘immortal’ songs in the history of Hindi films. Songs from ‘Saaz-1997’, ‘Katha-1983’, ‘Chashm-e-Baddoor-1981’ and ‘Saawan Ko Aane Do-1979’ etc. are still fresh in the memories of music lovers.

He also composed the music for B.R. Chopra’s epic TV Serial ‘Mahabharat’.

Here I am reproducing a brief about his biographical and career details as taken from a ‘Facebook page – Imprints and Images of Indian Film music’ (dated 31.08.2015, which was on his tenth ‘Remembrance Day’. The ‘Wikipedia’ page about him also has the same information, but in very short details).

Remembering Raj Kamal, one of the much talented and finest music composers of Hindi films, on his 10th death anniversary today.
Raj Kamal was a very talented and excellent music composer ln Hindi films. The songs he composed in films like ‘Saawan Ko Aane Do’, Chashme Buddoor and Payal Ki Jhankar are unforgettable classics and are cherished by innumerable music lovers to their hearts.

He is credited with outstanding melodious compositions like “Chand Jaise Mukhde Pe”, “Teri tasveer ko’, “Tujhe dekh kar”, “Jaanam Jaanam”, “Bole to bansuri kahin”, “Tere bin soona more”, “Kajre ki baati”, “Tumhe Geeton Mein Dhaloonga”, “Gagan ye samjhe”, “Patthar se sheesha” ( all from ‘Saawan Ko Aane Do -1979), and “Kahan Se Aaye Badra”, “Kali Ghodi Dwar Khadi” (“Chashme Buddoor” -1981), “Dekho Kaanha Nahin Maanat Batiya (Payal Ki Jhankar-1980) and “Kya hua kya hua kya hua” (Katha-1983).

Other than films, Raj Kamal has composed music for TV serials like Mahabharat Katha, Bahadur Shah Zafar, Vishnu Puran, Ma Shakti and B.R. Chopra’s Mahabharat. He has also composed music for a Malayalam movie “Aazhi ‘ (1984).
He was an accomplished singer too. As a playback singer, he has rendered songs like “Maine Tumko Hi” (Phulwari – 1984), “Tum Sundar Ho” (Katha -1983), “Gunje Gunje Re” (Akhand Saubhagyavati -1982) and “Jaane Kyu Hain” (Jazbaat -1980).

Raj Kamal was born to Tulsidas and his wife in a village called Matoda in Rajasthan. He was named Dalpat after birth. He was the eldest of 5 children. After marriage, Raj Kamal and his wife Sagar had 6 children — Chandra Kamal, Surya Kamal, Vinay Kamal, Hriday Kamal, Shubh Kamal, and a daughter. Raj Kamal’s three elder sons are all composers and musicians in their own right. Soon after Raj Kamal joined the industry, he changed his name from Dalpat to Raj Kamal.

Raj Kamal was a man rooted to the tunes and songs of the soil. He came to be closely identified with the Rajshri’s, their films were made for largely family audiences, people who wore a dhoti at home and trousers to work. Raj Kamal was able to build to tap into their unexpressed longing for ‘watan’, ‘des’, as many put it. Yet sustained success eluded him in later years and but for television series Mahabharat and Bahadur Shah Zafar, his resume would not have made for an impressive reading, films like “Amma”, “Chashme Buddoor” and “Katha” notwithstanding.

Raj Kamal died at the age of 77 on 1st September 2005 from Alzheimer’s Disease which had severely affected his memory.

Though he has not composed too many songs in his career, Raj Kamal has left behind a rich legacy of classic scores in few films that will always be cherished and enjoyed.

Going by the ‘filmography’ of music director Raj Kamal mentioned on various sources I guess that the today’s movie ‘Dost Aur Dushman-1971’ must be his first movie as ‘music director’ in Hindi films. (HFGK doesn’t mention anything about this so I may be wrong?).

However, I would request knowledgeable reader to correct me and throw light on his musical journey.

“Dost Aur Dushman-1971” was directed by Chand for ‘Shivparas Productions, Bombay’. It had Shiv Kumar, Heena Kausar, Jayshree T., Sapru, Murad, Tabbassum, Kundan, Roopali, Uday Kumar, Neelam, Sunita, Joginder, Junior Mehmood and I.S. Johar.

This movie had four songs composed by Raj Kamal and written by Asad Bhopali. Mohd Rafi, Asha Bhonsle and Hemlata had given their voices to the songs in this movie.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 10.12.1971.

This movie seems to be an obscure movie of its time. However thankfully many songs from this movie are available on internet sources.

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

Let us now enjoy today’s rocking song in the voice of Asha Bhonsle which is composed by Raj Kamal. Lyrics are by Asad Bhopali.

With this song ‘Dost Aur Dushman-1971’ makes its debut on the blog today …


Song-Dil ki hasrat kab nikaali jaayegi (Dost Aur Dushman)(1971) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Asad Bhopali, MD-Rajkamal

Lyrics

dil ki hasrat
kab nikaali jaayegi ee
dil ki hasrat
kab nikaali jaayegi ee
aaj bhi kyaa raat khaali jaayegi ee
aaj bhi kyaa raat khaali jaayegi ee
ae hey dil ki hasrat
kab nikaali jaayegi ee

ye
ye ye ye
ye peene pilaane ke din hain
dil
dil dil dil
dil se milaane ke din hain
in aankhon se ik jaam le
aa meri baahen thhaam le
aa deewaane
kal phir ye rut naa aayegi ee
dil ki hasrat
kab nikaali jaayegi ee
aaj bhi kyaa raat khaali jaayegi ee
dil ki hasrat
kab nikaali jaayegi ee

haay
haay haay haay
haay barson se pyaasi jawaani
aa
aa aa aa
aa kar de zaraa meharbaani
kyaa bheegi bheegi raat hai
ye pal do pal ka saath hai
aa deewaane
kal phir ye rut naa aayegi ee
dil ki hasrat
kab nikaali jaayegi ee
aaj bhi kyaa raat khaali jaayegi ee
ae hey dil ki hasrat
kab nikaali jaayegi ee

hey ae ae laa raa laa laa
ye ae he he ae

sun
sun sun sun
sun tu hai wohi
ham wohi hain
ae
ae ae ae
ae nazren kyun badli huyi hain
main teri hoon main
jaan le
ab kehnaa mera maan le ae
aa deewaane
kal phir ye rut naa aayegi
dil ki hasrat
kab nikaali jaayegi
aaj bhi kyaa raat khaali jaayegi ee

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
————————————————
दिल की हसरत
कब निकाली जाएगी ई
दिल की हसरत
कब निकाली जाएगी ई
आज भी क्या रात खाली
जाएगी ई
आज भी क्या रात खाली
जाएगी ई
ए हे दिल की हसरत
कब निकाली जाएगी ई
ये
ये ये ये
ये पीने पिलाने के दिन हैं
दिल
दिल दिल दिल
दिल से मिलाने के हैं
इन आँखों से इक जाम ले
आ मेरी बाहें थाम ले
आ दीवाने
कल फिर ये रुत ना आएगी ई
दिल की हसरत
कब निकाली जाएगी ई
आज भी क्या रात खाली
जाएगी ई
दिल की हसरत
कब निकाली जाएगी ई
हाय
हाय हाय हाय
हाय बरसों से प्यासी जवानी

आ आ आ
आ करदे ज़रा मेहरबानी
क्या भीगी भीगी रात है
ये पल दो पल का साथ है
आ दीवाने
कल फिर ये रुत ना आएगी ई
दिल की हसरत
कब निकाली जाएगी ई
आज भी क्या रात खाली
जाएगी ई
ए हे दिल की हसरत
कब निकाली जाएगी ई

हे ला रा ला ला
ये ए हे हे ए

सुन
सुन सुन सुन
सुन तू है वोही
हम वोही हैं

ए ए ए
ए नज़रें क्यूँ बदली हुयी हैं
मैं तेरी हूँ मैं
जान ले
अब कहना मेरा मान ले ए
आ दीवाने
कल फिर ये रुत ना आएगी ई
दिल की हसरत
कब निकाली जाएगी
आज भी क्या रात खाली
जाएगी ई …


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Blog Day :

4416 Post No. : 15824 Movie Count :

4361

Today (20 August 2020) happens to be 36th remembrance day of Avinash Vyas (21 july 1912- 20 August 1984).

As a tribute to him, two songs composed by him have been covered in the blog. Incidentally, his tally of songs in the blog stands at 99. So today is an appropriate occasion to cover the 100th song of Avinash Vyas in the blog.

Avinash Vyas was active in Hindi movies from early 1940s till late 1970s. Overall, he composed music in 52 movies as far as my research goes. Here are the details:-

S No. Movie Name Year Songs in the blog Songs in the movie Remarks
1 Laheri Badmaash 1944 0 9
2 Gunsundari 1948 1 1
3 Bheemsen 1950 3 9
4 Har Har Mahadev 1950 6 10
5 Dashaavtaar 1951 2 12
6 Jai Mahalaxmi 1951 1 9
7 Ram Janm 1951 2 6
8 Shri Vishnu Bhagwan 1951 1 11
9 Rajrani Damyanti 1952 3 9
10 Shiv Shakti 1952 1 7
11 Veer Arjun 1952 3 7
12 Bhaagyawaan 1953 2 5
13 Adhikaar 1954 8 8 YIPPEED
14 Chakradhaari 1954 13 13 YIPPEED
15 Mahapooja 1954 2 4
16 Malka e Alam Noorjahaan 1954 1 8
17 Andher Nagri Chaupat Raja 1955 2 7
18 Ekaadashi 1955 2 8
19 Jagadguru Shankaracharya 1955 3 9
20 Riyaasat 1955 2 7
21 Waaman Avtaar 1955 5 9
22 Dwaarikadheesh 1956 0 9
23 Sudarshan Chakra 1956 1 8
24 Aadhi Roti 1957 4 8
25 Laxmi 1957 3 8
26 Naag Mani 1957 3 10
27 Neelophar 1957 3 5
28 Shesh Naag 1957 1 7
29 Raam Laxman 1957 2 8
30 Sant Raghu 1957 2 8
31 Gopichand 1958 1 8
32 Great Show of India 1958 1 7
33 Jang Bahadur 1958 0 8
34 Pati Parmeshwar 1958 1 10
35 Charnon Ki Daasi 1959 0 6
36 Grihlaxmi 1959 2 9
37 Bhakt Raj 1960 2 8
38 Bapu Ne Kaha Thha 1962 1 Not known
39 Hawa Mahal 1962 1 6
40 Kailashpati 1962 3 16
41 Royal Mail 1963 1 6
42 Bhakt Dhruv Kumar 1964 1 9
43 Mata Mahakali 1968 0 8
44 Badmaash 1969 1 4
45 Beti Tumhaare Jaisi 1969 0 Not known
46 Soorya Devta 1969 1 6
47 Takht Aur Talwaar 1970 1 5
48 Mahasati Savitri 1973 0 8
49 Daaku Aur Bhagwaan 1975 0 8
50 Chhoti Bahan 1977 0 6
51 Maa Baap 1979 0 Not known
52 Bhakt Gora Kumbhaar 1980 0 Not known
Total 52 movies 99 377* Number of songs unknown in some movies

As can be seen from the table, Avinash Vyas has composed a little under 400 songs in 52 Hindi movies. Most of these movies have been mythological movies. But “Adhikaar”(1954) is a glorious exception. In this movie, which was a “social” movie and which is already YIPPEED in the blog, Avinash Vyas created some evergreen classics, viz. BA MA PhD , Dil mein hamaare kaun samaaya khud hi samajh lo , Ek dharti hai ek hai gagan ,
Kamaata hoon bahut kuchh and
Maati kahe kumhaar se…maati mein mil jaanaa etc.

Majority of Hindi movies that Avinash Vyas got in Hindi were mythological movies of course. And in these movies, his songs would typically e penned by Bharat Vyas (no relation), Kavi Pradeep etc. “Chakrdhaari”(1954), an archtypically mythological movie had 13 songs in it. This movie too is YIPPEED in the blog. And what songs this movie has ! Baadal ki paalki pe hoke sawaar and Bolo he zameen bolo aasmaan are two of these songs.

As a tribute to Avinash Vyas, here is a song from “Charnon Ki Daasi”(1959). This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Bharat Vyas is the lyricist. Music is composed by Avinash Vyas, of course.

“Charnon Ki Daasi”(1959) was produced by Beni Talwar and directed by Ramesh Vyas for Chandra Prakash Pictures, Bombay. This movie had Nirupa Roy, Manhar Desai, Madan Puri, Jagdeesh Sethi, Leela Mishra, Jayshree Gadkar, Nand Kishore, Rooplaxmi, Amirbai Karnataki, Heera, Suryakant, Poonam, Narbada Shankar, Jagdeesh Kanwal etc in it.

This movie had six rare songs in it. It is in the fitness of things that the 100th song of Avinash Vyas in the blog as a music director should be a special song. Only the audio of this “remonstating with the Almighty” genre of song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of this song.

With this song, “Charnon Ki Daasi”(1959) makes its debut in the blog while Avinash Vyas joins the select band of artists who have 100 or more songs in the blog. He becomes the 38th music director and 92nd artist overall to achieve this distinction in the blog.

Knowledgeable readers are requested to point our errors and omissions etc if any in the filmography presented above.


Song-Aaja Re…Dukhiya dharti tujhe pukaare (Charnon Ki Daasi)(1959) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-Avinash Vyas

Lyrics

Aajaa re ae ae
dukhiya dharti tujhe pukaare
o paataal ke waasi
sheshnaag ki shaiyya chhod ke
aaja re ae
aaja re Avinaashi

tum bin meri pooja adhoori
o o
o o o o o o
tum bin meri pooja adhoori
ankhiyaan neer bahaatin
tum bin phool mere murjhaaye
bujhi deep ki baati
rahi adhoori meri aarti
teri ban gayi daasi
aaja o Ghanshyaam tumhaare
pathh mein palak bichhaati
jee na sakegi darshan bin
tere charan kamal ki daasi
sheshnaag ki shaiyya chhod ke
aaja re ae
aaja re Avinaashi

ik din toone Drupad suta ki
laaj ka cheer badhaaya
ik din toone maiyya Ahilya ka
sab paap chhudaaya
jab bhakton ne tujhe bulaaya
nange paaon tu aayaa
aaj meri baari aayi to
kahaan wo roop chhupaaya
jal bin machhli si tadpoon main
log udaayen haansi
sheshnaag ki shaiyya chhod ke
aaja re ae
aaja re Avinaashi

aaj is pukaar pe
jo tu na aayegaa aa
mera kuchh nahin tera naam jaayegaa
aaj bigdi baat jo na tu banaayegaa aa
phir na koi bhakt tere geet gaayegaa aa
aaja re ae
aaja re ae
aaja re ae
aaja re ae
aaja re ae ae ae


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Blog Day :

4408 Post No. : 15800 Movie Count :

4352

This occasion is a recurring occasion for the blog and comes like clockwork. It is just that the timing of the clock is variable. 🙂 It typically used to come twice in a month in the past and now a days it comes after every two months or so.

I am talking about the century post of the blog.

This article marks the 15800th writeup for the blog. This century came up in “only” 40 days which appears quite “fast” compared to recent centuries that took 53 and 45 days. It is like how B S Chandrashekhar used to be the fastest bowler in Indian cricket team during 1960s and 1970s, when he was in the team as a spinner. 🙂

In the past, choosing the century song used to be an elaborate affair. The song was often identified well in advance. There are occasions when such songs were identified several months in advance. Their writeups used to be planned well in advance as well. There was much anticipation and expectation in the air. 🙂

Nowadays, it is different. These occasions have seemingly become passe. They come and go and one barely takes notice of them. They have virtually become just another post.

It is true that the century post nowadays are finalised at the eleventh hour and the writeup is “written” almost “extempore”- so to say.

But one thing still remains same, and that is the song itself. the song that features in the century writeup is invariably a special song, so what if it often gets chosen at the last moment.

Take the song under discussion, for instance. This song is as rare as they come. The only thing that is known about this movie is that it is from the 1940s. That means it could be from 1941 or even from 1950. This movie is called “Fifty Fifty”. Unlike the famous movie of 1956 of the same name, this movie was apparently unreleased. The movie, according to HFGK part 2 was a Hind Productions movie. It had more than four songs, but HFGK has details only for four songs.
PS-Mr Har Mandir Singh “Hamraaz”, the man behind HFGK commented on this post and informed that this record was issued in 1950. So this song is from 1950. So, records of this movie called “Fifty Fifty” were released in fifty. 🙂

There is no information about the director or the artists.

Out of the four songs whose details are available, one song has caught my fancy. It has fun mukhda that goes like “Hamaare dil ke station pe bhi baabu kabhi aana”. 🙂

I have chosen this song to be the 15800th song writeup in the blog. This song is sung by Indurani and Sheikh. Anjum Rahmani is the lyricist. Music is composed by K Kumar.

Going by the trends of those days, the song could well have been picturised on the singing duo themselves.

The lyrics of the song are quite fun, right up my alley as could be expected, as they deal with terms associated with railways. 🙂

I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on this obscure movie, and also on the artists figuring in the song. Personally I have no idea about the lyricist and the music director. The music director is making his debut in the blog with this song. The movie itself is also making its debut in the blog with this song.

With this rare song, the blog now has 15800 song posts. So the magic figure of 16000 appears within striking distance. Hopefully we will reach there in less than 100 days from now.

I take this opportunity to thank one and all for their continued support, patronage and encouragement. Let us hope that this musical bandwagon keeps rolling on and on for as long as possible, seeing that we still have lots and lots of music gems yet to be covered and discovered.


Song-Hamaare dil ke station pe (Fifty Fifty)(1950) Singers-Indurani, Sheikh, Lyrics-Anjum Rahmani, MD-K Kumar

Lyrics

Hamaare dil ke station pe
Hamaare dil ke station pe bhi baabu kabhi aana
chhoote jab pyaar ki gaadi
to tum jhandi hila jaana
zara seetee baja jaana baabu saab
hamaare dil ke station pe
hamaare dil ke station pe bai bai saab kabhi aana
chhoote jab pyaar ki gaadi
to tum jhandi hila jaana
zara seetee baja jaana bee saab

ae ae ae ae
meri miss Frontier r r
arre chali ho tum kahaan farr farr
arre na ho jaaye kahin takkar
ke rasta hai nahin behtar
isi junction pe ruk jaana
zara jhandi hila jaana
zara seetee baja jaana bee saab

Hamaare dil ke station pe
Hamaare dil ke station pe bhi baabu kabhi aana
chhoote jab pyaar ki gaadi
tum jhandi hila jaana
zara seetee baja jaana baabu saab

aa aa aa aa aa
muhabbat ka engine hai
ke jo badhhta hi jaataa hai ae ae ae
sambhaale kitna hi baabu
magar takraa hi jaata hai
nahin aata hai bach jaana
zara seetee baja jaana
zara jhandi hila jaana
jhandi hila jaana baabu saab
hamaare dil ke station pe
hamaare dil ke station pe beebee saab kabhi aana
chhoote jab pyaar ki gaadi
to tum jhandi hila jaana
zara seetee baja jaana bai saab


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Blog Day : 4368 Post No. : 15700

While covering songs on most days, I do not feel much pressure. The only pressure on me is that the day should not end up as a DOT day. I make sure that at least one writeup appears on the blog every day. Fortunately there has been no DOT days this year. The last DOT day of the blog was in December 2019.

The other “pressure”, apart from that of avoiding DOT day, is to make sure that guest posts are published within a day or so. If there is too much delay in publishing them then it may lead to avoidable misunderstanding. Then there is pressure of publishing articles that are topical (having to do with anniversaries, special days etc) which must be published on the appointed day otherwise they lose their relevance.

When it is a question of publishing one post to avoid DOT day, I am happy just being able to publish a bare bones article, an article that hardly has any details other than the most basic information, a far cry from some of the three thousand words plus writeups in the blog. A few of the special occasion writeups are also like that. Guest posts are “easy” because all the hard work is already done by others. It is articles by me on special occasions that put me under pressure. If I am aware of the special occasion well in advance then I am mentally prepared, but if I become aware of the special occasion only on the day when it arrives, then I am in “trouble”. It happens with me in case of many of the anniversaries, seeing that I am not very good in remembering such dates.

Then there are some many days, like Mother’s day, Father’s day, Doctor’s day, Chocolate day and other such largely artificially created days that one becomes aware of only in the morning when one starts the computer and open the search page viz google. And there is some special google doodle staring at you, informing you that it was “Milk” day on that day ! I became aware of “milk” day on the morning of 1st June 2020. I felt that I needed to write an article on the occasion. Much of my day was spend thinking about an appropriate song, because there were very few songs on milk. Then it struck me that milk products qualify as well. And there are so many Hindi film songs on “Maakhan” (butter). We in India even have a God (Lord Krishna) who is the brand ambassador of “Maakhan”. It was already afternoon when this idea struck me and then I started typing out my writeup on the topic. This article finally appeared on the blog in the afternoon at 16:39 IST.

I feel the most “pressure” when the blog reaches its nervous nineties. It means that we need to have a special song as our blog century song. Nowadays, we are barely going at the rate of two or three songs in a day and we do not seem to able to muster the kind of creative writing juices that seemed to flow in abundance till a few years ago. Those days, people would start eagerly anticipating the moment. They would sometimes even stat guessing the song, taking hint from the tallies of various artists in the blog, or basing their guess on the anniversaries to come.

Those days are behind us. Those days we were galloping at Rajdhani express speed, reaching a century in 16 days. These days we are crawling at the speed of a passenger train, reaching centuries in over 50 days.

Just like in case of special occasion songs, I obviously has to think of an appropriate song for the blog century song. The song must be a “special” song befitting the special occasion. As in the case of other “special” occasion songs, this special occasion also puts me under pressure. This time the pressure is of my own making because I myself do not pay attention to the matter in time, and start worrying about it only at the last moment.

I was aware that we are reaching out 157th century, viz song post number 15700, but it was only yesterday (2nd July 2020) when I finally realised that the century post had to be inevitably posted on 3rd July 2020, if I had to ensure that this occasion did not clash with other special occasions viz anniversaries etc.

Like on many similar blog century occasions, I have chosen a “special” song as the blog post number 15700 of the blog. This song can be described as belonging to the category of rare songs, that few people may have heard of. Forget the song, one may not even have heard the name of the movie. The movie is called “Safed Ghoda Kaala Sawaar”(1960) aka “Black Rider”(1960). It was directed by Mehmood (same as the comedian or someone else ?) for Screenarts Bombay. The B grade obscure movie had Kamran, Krishnkumari, Habeeb, Shaam, Najma etc in it. HFGK mentions five songs for this movie.

One song from this movie has been covered in the past. Here is the second song from “Black Rider” (1960) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Balbir and Minu Prushottam with chorus. Naqsh Llayalpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Harbans.

The song is a qawwaali and sounds wonderful to listen to. But while most qawwaalis are quite long, this qawwaali ends after three minutes , after just two stanza, with the listeners wanting more. I wonder if this song was originally longer and only three minutes long version of the qawwaali was released on record. I request our knowledgeable readers to thow light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of the song.
[Ed Note: As Sudhir ji points out in his comment, the full song is double the length – it is 6+ minutes and appears on two sides of a 78 rpm record. Whoever has uploaded the song did not take care enough to upload the full song. Sudhir ji has now uploaded the full qawwaali and updated the lyrics.]

With this extremely rare song, the blog reaches another century in the blog. This century took 53 days. Now that we are onto song post number 15700, the next magic number 16000 appears near by. Hopefully we will reach that big landmark in a matter of another few months.

With this post done, now I feel free to post next few articles without much pressure, before it would be time for the next important events for the blog, viz blog anniversary (which falls in july itself) etc.

I take this opportunity to thank one and all for their continued support in helping this musical bandwagon keep chugging along merrily. Many more musical gems still lie ahead that we need to explore and savor.

Song – Husn Waale Khilauna Jaan Ke Dil Tod Dete Hain (Black Rider)(1960) Singers – S Balbir, Meenu Purushottam, Lyrics – Naqsh Llayalpuri, MD – Harbans
Male chorus
Female chorus

Lyrics

aa aa aa
haseenon ki adaaon ne
hazaaron ko mitaa daala
kisi ko kar diya ruswa
kisi ka ghar jalaa daala

husnwaale khilauna jaan ke dil tod dete hain
husnwaale khilauna jaan ke dil tod dete hain
nazar se loot lete hain
tadapta chhod dete hain
ishq waale laga kar aag daaman chhod dete hain
ishq waale laga kar aag daaman chhod dete hain
ye zaalim berukhi se dil ka sheesha tod dete hain
ishq waale laga kar aag daaman chhod dete hain
ishq waale laga kar aag daaman chhod dete hain

kabhi palken jhukaa ke aur
kabhi zulfon ko bikhraa ke
aa aa aa
kabhi nazren milaa ke aur
kabhi aanchal ko lehraa ke
aa aa aa
dilon ko loot lete hain
dilaason per hi behlaa ke
tamaasha dekhte hain phir
tadapte dil ko tadpaa ke
sahaara dene se pehle
sahaare chhod dete hain
sahaara dene se pehle
sahaare chhod dete hain
nazar se loot lete hain
tadapta chhod dete hain
husnwaale khilauna jaan ke dil tod dete hain
husnwaale khilauna jaan ke dil tod dete hain

hamaara naam bhi badnaam
kar daala zamaane ne
haa..aa..aan
ghazab ki talkhiyaan bhar di
mohabbat ke fasaane mein
bade hi tez hain ye ishq waale
dil lagaane mein
basa ke apne haathon
pyaar ki basti mitaane mein
ye aise raahbar hain jo bhatakta chhod dete hain
ye aise raahbar hain jo bhatakta chhod dete hain
ye zaalim berukhi se dil ka sheesha tod dete hain
ishq waale laga kar aag daaman chhod dete hain
ishq waale laga kar aag daaman chhod dete hain

haa..aa..aa..aan
bade masoom bantey hain
bahut hoshiyaar hotey hain
haa..aa..aan
sambhal paate nahin wo
jin pe inke waar hotey hain
ye zaalim ishq waale
kis qadar ayyaar hotey hain
jo in se dil lagaate hain
bahut bezaar hotey hain
mohabbat ka haseen rishta ye pal mein tod detey hain
mohabbat ka haseen rishta ye pal mein tod detey hain
nazar se loot lete hain
tadapta chhod dete hain
ishq waale laga kar aag daaman chhod dete hain
ishq waale laga kar aag daaman chhod dete hain
aaa aaa aaa aaa aaaaa
aaa aaa aaa aaaaa
husnwaale khilauna jaan ke dil tod dete hain
husnwaale khilauna jaan ke dil tod dete hain
aaa aaa aaa aaa
aaa aaa aaa aaa
ishq waale laga kar aag daaman chhod dete hain

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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आ आ आ
हसीनों की अदाओं ने
हजारों को मिटा डाला
किसी को कर दिया रुसवा
किसी का घर जला डाला

हुस्नवाले खिलौना जान कर दिल तोड़ देते हैं
हुस्नवाले खिलौना जान कर दिल तोड़ देते हैं
नज़र से लूट लेते हैं
तड़पता छोड़ देते हैं
इश्क़ वाले लगा कर आग दामन छोड़ देते हैं
इश्क़ वाले लगा कर आग दामन छोड़ देते हैं
ये ज़ालिम बेरुखी से दिल का शीशा तोड़ देते हैं
इश्क़ वाले लगा कर आग दामन छोड़ देते हैं
इश्क़ वाले लगा कर आग दामन छोड़ देते हैं

कभी पलकें झुका के और
लाभी ज़ुल्फों को बिखरा के
आ आ आ
अभी नज़रें मिला के और’
कभी आंचल को लहरा के
आ आ आ
दिलो को लूट लेते हैं
दिलासों पर ही बहला के
तमाशा देखते हैं फिर
तड़पते दिल को तड़पा के
सहारा देने से पहले
सहारा छोड़ देते हैं
सहारा देने से पहले
सहारा छोड़ देते हैं
नज़र से लूट लेते हैं
तड़पता छोड़ देते हैं
हुस्नवाले खिलौना जान कर दिल तोड़ देते हैं
हुस्नवाले खिलौना जान कर दिल तोड़ देते हैं

हमारा नाम भी बदनाम
कर डाला जमाने ने
हाँ॰॰आँ॰॰आँ
ग़ज़ब की तल्खियाँ भर दीं
मोहब्बत के फसाने में
बड़े ही तेज़ हैं ये इश्क़वाले
दिल लगाने में
बसा के अपने हाथों
प्यार की बस्ती मिटाने में
ये ऐसे राहबर हैं जो भटकता छोड़ देते हैं
ये ऐसे राहबर हैं जो भटकता छोड़ देते हैं
ये ज़ालिम बेरुखी से दिल का शीशा तोड़ देते हैं
इश्क़ वाले लगा कर आग दामन छोड़ देते हैं
इश्क़ वाले लगा कर आग दामन छोड़ देते हैं

हाँ॰॰आँ॰॰आँ॰॰आँ
बड़े मासूम बनते हैं
बड़े होशियार होते हैं
हाँ॰॰आँ॰॰आँ
संभाल पाते नहीं वो
जिनपे इनके वार होते हैं
ये ज़ालिम इश्क़ वाले
इस कदर अय्यार होते हैं
जो इनसे दिल लगाते हैं
बड़े बेज़ार होते हैं
मोहब्बत का हसीं रिश्ता ये पल में तोड़ देते हैं
मोहब्बत का हसीं रिश्ता ये पल में तोड़ देते हैं
नज़र से लूट लेते हैं
तड़पता छोड़ देते हैं
इश्क़ वाले लगा कर आग दामन छोड़ देते हैं
इश्क़ वाले लगा कर आग दामन छोड़ देते हैं
आ आ आ आ आ
हुस्नवाले खिलौना जान कर दिल तोड़ देते हैं
हुस्नवाले खिलौना जान कर दिल तोड़ देते हैं
आ आ आ आ आ
इश्क़ वाले लगा कर आग दामन छोड़ देते हैं


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 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.

Blog Day :

4345 Post No. : 15653

Saga Of Sleepless Nights – 8
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aa jaao tadapte hain armaan
ab raat guzarne waali hai. . .

Good morning. It is 8 am, on Wednesday, the 10th June, 2020. We are onto the 162nd day of the year, and running through the 24th week. It is the 5th day (panchmi) of the waning moon cycle (krishna paksh) of the month of Aashaad. As per the Hijri calendar, today is the 17th day of the month of Shawwal.

The other important associations of today’s date are – it is the International Iced Tea Day – be sure to have a frosty glass of iced tea today. Today also is the International Ball Pen Day. This day in 1943, the first patent was issued in the US, for what would and has become the most popular writing instrument across the globe.

Notable Indian cinema association for today – it is the remembrance day of character actor and villain – Jeevan.
And the upcoming notable anniversaries are  – actress Shyama on 12th June and songwriter Prem Dhawan on the 13th June.

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This song is another one in the series of the sleepless nights saga.

aa jaao tadapte hain armaan
ab raat guzarne waali hai. . .

The song is from the 1954 film ‘Danka’. The film is a stunt cum costume drama which is produced under the banner of Goodwill Pictures, Bombay, and is directed by JP Advani. The cast of actors is listed as Nimmi, Amarnath, Mohna, Sundar, Heera Lal, Neelam, Shivraj, Uma Devi, Roop Kumar, and Om Prakash etc.

The film has eleven songs listed in the Geet Kosh. The songs are written by three lyricists – Jaan Nisar Akhtar, Nazim Panipati and Arshi Ajmeri. This song is from the pen of Jaan Nisar Akhtar. The music for this film is composed by Aziz Hindi. The singing voice is that of Lata Mangeshkar. Viewing the list actors, it seems most likely that this song would have been picturized on Nimmi.

The song is an expression of sadness, expressed by the lady, as she is calling out to her beloved, telling him about the ambiance of the lovely albeit a lonely night that she is experiencing without him. The moon, the stars, the clear skies of a calm and sad night, all are waiting with her, giving her company in this loneliness. The emotions of longing and eagerness to be with him are making this forlorn night a difficult time to pass. The mighty splendors of love turn into a sigh of melancholy in the lonely nights of separation, as the heart and the arms ache to be with the beloved. And when that happens, the mind of the poet will express itself in these beautiful verses.

This lovely song is a new discovery for me. I am hearing it for the first time, as I checked out the short list of songs that I have prepared for this series. The words, the melody, and the life infused in them through of the singing voice of Lata – all come together to create this lovely song of wait and longing.

Listen and enjoy this obscure melody from the golden era of Hindi film music.

Ed note:- With this song, Jaan Nisaar Akhtar completes 200 songs as a lyricist in the blog.

 

Song – Ye Sitaare Ye Chaand, Ye Raatein Jawaan  (Danka) (1954) Singers – Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Jaan Nisar Akhtar, MD – Aziz Hindi

Lyrics

ye sitaare ye chaand
ye raaten jawaan
bata kya karoon tu kahaan main kahaan
ye sitaare ye chaand

bheegi raaten ye taaron bhara aasmaan
aa ja varna guzar jaayega ye sama
bheegi raaten ye taaron bhara aasmaan
aa ja varna guzar jaayega ye sama
tere bin soone soone hain donon jahaan
bata kya karoon tu kahaan main kahaan
ye sitaare ye chaand

kab se aankhen hain bekhwaab tere liye
tere liye
kab se aankhen hain bekhwaab tere liye
tere liye
har tamanna hai betaab tere liye
haaye tere liye
main hoon aur gham ki khaamosh tanhaaiyan
bata kya karoon tu kahaan main kahaan
ye sitaare ye chaand

chhut na jaaye ummeedon ka daaman kahin
lut na jaaye tamanna ka gulshan kahin
chhut na jaaye ummeedon ka daaman kahin
lut na jaaye tamanna ka gulshan kahin
reh na jaaye adhoori meri daastan
bata kya karoon tu kahaan main kahaan
ye sitaare ye chaand

ye sitaare ye chaand
ye raaten jawaan
bata kya karoon tu kahaan main kahaan
ye sitaare ye chaand

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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ये सितारे ये चाँद
ये रातें जवां
बता क्या करूँ तू कहाँ मैं कहाँ
ये सितारे ये चाँद

भीगी रातें ये तारों भरा आसमां
आजा वरना गुज़र जाएगा ये समा
भीगी रातें ये तारों भरा आसमां
आजा वरना गुज़र जाएगा ये समा
तेरे बिन सूने सूने हैं दोनों जहां
बता क्या करूँ तू कहाँ मैं कहाँ
ये सितारे ये चाँद

कब से आँखें हैं बेख़्वाब तेरे लिए
तेरे लिए
कब से आँखें हैं बेख़्वाब तेरे लिए
तेरे लिए
हर तमन्ना है बेताब तेरे लिए
हाय तेरे लिए
मैं हूँ और ग़म की खामोश तनहाईयां
बता क्या करूँ तू कहाँ मैं कहाँ
ये सितारे ये चाँद

छुट ना जाये उम्मीदों का दामन कहीं
लुट ना जाये तमन्ना का गुलशन कहीं
छुट ना जाये उम्मीदों का दामन कहीं
लुट ना जाये तमन्ना का गुलशन कहीं
रह ना जाये अधूरी मेरी दास्तान
बता क्या करूँ तू कहाँ मैं कहाँ
ये सितारे ये चाँद

ये सितारे ये चाँद
ये रातें जवां
बता क्या करूँ तू कहाँ मैं कहाँ
ये सितारे ये चाँद


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This article marks the 1100th lyrics contribution by Prakashchandra in the blog.

Blog Day :

4341 Post No. : 15644

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No. 34
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The rate of posting of songs in the blog ten years ago was quite similar to the present day rate of posting, even though things were obviously much different in 2010 than what they are now. This day ten years ago (6 june 2010) was a Sunday, when the final of French open tennis tournament was played and Rafael Nadal won his fifth French open title defeating Robin Söderling of Sweden in straight sets. Now a days, no sporting events are taking place.

I find it interesting to note that the world was suffering from the pandemic of Swine Flu between January 2009 till August 2010. But India was not affected as badly as we are today affected with Corona Virus. There was no lockdown of any kind those days, though night running of trains was suspended in Naxalite affected Orissa-Jharkhand-West Bengal region (SE Rly) those days after Maoist insurgents caused derailment of Jnaneshwari express on 28 may 2010. 148 passengers had died in this ghastly accident near Jhargram.

Three songs were posted in the blog on 06.06.2010:-

Song Movie title-Year Remarks
Deewaane aa zaraa nazrein milaa Badaa Aadmi-1961 All songs covered on the blog
Jawaab nahin gore mukhde par til kaale kaa Kangan-1959 All songs covered on the blog
Aaja mere meet re sun ke mere geet re Jahaan Sati Wahaan Bhagwaan- 1965 02 of 05 songs covered

As can be seen, only one movie out of the above three movie still has a few songs left to be covered. In other words, it is the only candidate for “Blog Ten Year Challenge” today.

This movie, “Jahaan Sati Wahaan Bhagwaan”(1965) was directed by Satish Kumar for K S Pictures, Bombay. This bhakti pradhaan movie had Prithviraj, Anita Guha, Mahipal, Krishna Kumari(North), B.M.Vyas, Sulochana Chatterji, Mohan Choti, Niranjan Sharma, Minaxi, Madhumati, Babloo, Praveen Paul, Habib, Mishri Lal, S.K.Sham, Shri Bhagwan, R.S.Dube, Santosh Kumar, Polson, Dinesh, Dalda, Shyam,and child stars Rippy, Rikky, Pinky etc in it.

The movie had five songs in it Two songs from the movie have been covered in the past.
Here are their details:-

Song Posted On
Din Beete ladakpan ke 12.03.2010
Aaja mere meet re sun ke mere geet re 06.06.2010

Today’s song is the third song from this movie to be posted on the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. This movie had two lyricists, viz B D Mishra and Madhukar Rajasthani but the lyricist of this song is not known. Music is composed by music director trio Lala Asar Sattar.

The song is picturised as a Lord Shiv Stuti dance song on Anita Guha and others. Among others, Meenaxi and Shirley can also be seen.

Catalyst behind this “Blog Ten Year Challenge” song was Avinash Scrapwala. He got Prakashchandra’s lyrics and also provided the Devnagri script lyrics of the song, while Lyrics of this song were sent by Prakashchandra. This happens to be his 1100th lyrics contribution in the blog. Quite an achievement by Prakashchandra. Our congratulations to this silent and prolific “Kasturi Mrig” contributor to the blog.

Audio

Video

Song-Meri paayal jhanke baar baar (Jahaan Sati Wahaan Bhagwaan)(1965) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Unknown, MD-Lala Asar Sattar

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)

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meri paayal jhanke baar baar
meri paayal jhanke baar baar
natraaj tumhaare aangan mein
natraaj tumhaare aangan mein
meri paayal jhanke baar baar
meri paayal jhanke baar baar

heera moti sonaa chaandi
kachhu naahin maangoon main
darshan dete raho
bas yahi maangoon main
bhakti ke jal se ye
charan pakhaaroon main
ankhiyon ke do diyon se
aarti utaaroon main
aarti utaaroon main
meri paayal jhanke baar baar
meri paayal jhanke baar baar
natraaj tumhaare aangan mein
natraaj tumhaare aangan mein
meri paayal jhanke baar baar
meri paayal jhanke baar baar

bholibhaali baalaa hoon main
chaturaayee jaanoon na
bhalaa kya hai buraa kya hai ae
abhi pehchaanoon naa
dekho prabhu ji koi
mohey bharmaaye naa
sat ka ujaala mere
jeevan se jaaye naa aa
jeevan se jaaye naa aa
meri paayal jhanke baar baar
meri paayal jhanke baar baar
natraaj tumhaare aangan mein
natraaj tumhaare aangan mein
meri paayal jhanke baar baar
meri paayal jhanke baar baar

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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आ आ आ
आ आ आ
आ आ s s s s

मेरी पायल झनके बार बार
मेरी पायल झनके बार बार
नटराज तुम्हारे आँगन में
नटराज तुम्हारे आँगन में
मेरी पायल झनके बार बार
मेरी पायल झनके बार बार

हीरा मोती सोना चांदी
कछु नाहीं मांगू मैं
दर्शन देते रहो
बस यही मांगू मैं
भक्ति के जल से ये
चरण पखारूँ मैं
अंखियों के दो दियों से
आरती उतारूं मैं
आरती उतारूं मैं
मेरी पायल झनके बार बार
मेरी पायल झनके बार बार
नटराज तुम्हारे आँगन में
नटराज तुम्हारे आँगन में
मेरी पायल झनके बार बार
मेरी पायल झनके बार बार

भोलीभाली बाला हूँ मैं
चतुराई जानूं ना
भला क्या है बुरा क्या है ए
अभी पहचानूं ना
देखो प्रभुजी कोई
मोहे भरमाये ना
सत का उजाला मेरे
जीवन से जाए ना
जीवन से जाए ना
मेरी पायल झनके बार बार
मेरी पायल झनके बार बार
नटराज तुम्हारे आँगन में
नटराज तुम्हारे आँगन में
मेरी पायल झनके बार बार
मेरी पायल झनके बार बार


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 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.

This is his 600th writeup in the blog.

Blog Day:

4327 Post No. : 15618

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No. 31
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Agha Jaani Kashmiri (16/10/1908 – 27/03/1998) was perhaps the first story/screen-play/dialogue writer who was the ‘king maker’ in the Hindi film industry. Some of the producers/directors like Mehboob Khan, Shashidhar Mukherjee, Sunil Dutt used to consult him while taking up their new film projects. It is said that though he would be officially engaged for writing screen-play and dialogues, in realities, he would be their adviser in almost all the aspects of the film-making. Some of the actors themselves used to get trained from him about the correct pronunciations of their dialogues in Hindustani. Ashok Kumar, Devika Rani, Nargis, Joy Mukherjee, Sadhna, Saira Bano were some of the actors who sought his advice on their Urdu diction.

During his nearly 4 decades of filmy career in Hindi film industry, Aghajaani Kashmiri directed only one film, ‘Tohfaa’ (1947). The star cast included Nawab Kashmiri, Veera, Rehman, Anuradha, Shah Nawaz Shakuntala, Agha Miraz, Kanta, T N Charlie etc. There were 6 lyricists for 10 songs which were set to music by M A Rauf Osmania, the ghazal singer at the court of Nizam of Hyderabad and on Nizam Radio. Rafique Ghaznavi provided the background music. The theme of the film was Hindu-Muslim unity.

Nawab Kashmiri. a favourite actor of New Theater’s Boss, B N Sarkar, was a cousin of Agha Jaani Kashmiri and was the same actor who removed all his teeth for the realism of his role in ‘Yahudi Ki Ladki’(1933).[Ref: ‘Stars From Another Sky’ (2010)]. In ‘Tohfaa’ (1947), he probably did the role of an Ustad whose daughter (Veera) is in one-sided love with Ustad’s disciple (Rehman). The disciple takes it to be a sisterly love of her devotion. The daughter is devasted when the disciple falls in love with a city-bread damsel (probably, Anuradha) whom he introduces to his ‘sister’ to fulfil his long overdue promise to present her with a gift (tohfaa). It is a tragic story of misinterpretation of love between the Ustad’s daughter and his disciple and also of the misinterpretation of the gift (tohfaa) the daughter was expecting. [I have interpreted the story of the film based on the review of the film in May 1948 issue of ‘Filmindia’].

The review in ‘Filmindia’ had blamed the inapt handling of the direction by Agha Jaani Kashmiri. The film flopped miserably at the box office. My guess for one of the reasons for the failure of the film is its timing of the release. This film was due for release at a time when the partition of the country was to take place. Hindu-Muslim riots on the eve of the partition forced the film to be released post-partition. The film was released in April 1948 by which time the prospective audience had already seen the impact of the partition. Probably, they were not in a mood to watch the serious film with the rhetoric of Hindu-Muslim unity theme. But most of the songs in the film became popular.

Exactly 10 years ago, i.e. on May 23, 2010, our Blog had covered 3 songs of which one song, kahaan tak jafaa husn waalon ke sahte, was from ‘Tohfaa’ (1947).

So far, 7 out of 10 songs from ‘Tohfaa’ (1947) have been covered in the Blog as under:

No. Songs Posted on
1. kahaan tak jaffa husn waalon ke sahte 23/05/2010
2. jeene ki soorat ho gayee 28/07/2012
3. kisne chheda man ka taar 14/10/2012
4. ik aisa geet sunaavo 23/06/2013
5. hamne tumne kiyaa thha jo aabaad 03/07/2013
6. mohabbat kar mohabbat kar 07/07/2013
7. bhole sajan tujhe kaise bataaun 01/02/2015
8. wo dil gaya wo dil ke sahaare chale gaye Being covered in this writeup
9. gunche sharminda na ho Yet to be covered
10. kabhi tarsi huyi aankhon ki hasrat Yet to be covered

It would be observed that out of 10 songs, 3 songs are yet to be covered. There has been no addition to the song already covered in the Blog for the last 5 years. I checked on the video sharing platforms on the internet and found that out of these 3 songs only one song, wo dil gaya wo dil ke sahaare chale gaye is available as of date which I am presenting here. The song is rendered by Geeta Dutt. The song is written by Rafique Ghaznavi which is set to music by M A Rauf Osmania.

Audio Clip:

Song-Wo dil gaya wo dil ke sahaare chale gaye (Tohfa)(1947) Singer-Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Rafiq Ghaznavi, MD-M A Rauf Osmania

Lyrics

wo dil gaya wo dil ke
wo dil gaya wo dil ke
sahaare chale gaye
sahaare chale gaye
sahaare chale gaye
wo dil gaya wo dil ke
sahaare chale gaye
jinse thha hamko pyaar
jinse thha hamko pyaar
jinse thha hamko pyaar
wo pyaare chale gaye
jinse thha hamko pyaar

tum the har ek cheez thhi ee ee ee
mere naseeb mein aen aen
tum kya gaye naseeb
tum kya gaye naseeb
hamaare chale gaye
jinse thha hamko pyaar
wo pyaare chale gaye

raushan thha jinke dam se mera
aa aa aa aa
dil mera khayaal
wo chaand bhi gaya
wo sitaare chale gaye
sitaare chale gaye
sitaare chale gaye
jinse thha hamko pyaar
wo pyaare chale gaye

jab band aankh karte hain
aen aen aen aen
ye dekhte hain hum m m m m
jaise ki hum bhi saath
jaise ki hum bhi saath
tumhaare chale gaye
jaise ki hum bhi saath
tumhaare chale gaye
jaise ki hum bhi saath
tummhaare chale gaye
chale gaye


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