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Blog Day :

5132 Post No. : 17088

‘Jeewan Jyoti’ (1976) was produced by M Sarwanan and M Balu and directed by Murugan Kumaran for A.V.M. Productions Private Limited, Madras. This movie had Vijay Arora, Bindiya Goswami (debutant), A.K.Hangal, Satyen Kappu,Rakesh/rakesh pandey (Guest),Anjan Srivastava, Sudhir, Dinesh Hingu, Rajnath, Rahavaiah, Tulsiram, Bheeshma, Om Shivpuri, Sulochana Chatterji, Dulari, Halam, Udayalakshmi, Bhanumati, Munni, Ritukamal, (Introducing) Jayamalini, (The wonder children ) Master Raju Shrestha and Baby Mun Mun etc in it.

‘Jeewan Jyoti’ had six songs in it. Two songs have been covered so far.

Here is the third song from ‘Jeewan Jyoti’ to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Lata Mangeshkar. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Salil Chaudhary.

The song is picturised on Bindiya Goswami and Vijay Arora.

Lyrics of the song and other details were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

With this song, Lata Mangeshkar silently completes 3800 song posts in the blog.

audio link: (Full)

video link: (partial)

Song-Duniya rang badalti jaaye (Jeewan Jyoti)(1976) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Salil Chaudhary

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

duniya aa aa aa aa
rang badalti jaa..aaye
beetey dinon kee raatein
bichhudey huo`on kee baatein
bichhudey huo`on ko o
yaad dilaaye
haaayye duniya aa aaa
rang badaltee jaa..aaye
beetey dinon kee raatein
bichhudey huo`on kee baatein
bichhudey huo`on ko o yaad dilaaye
haaayye duniyaa aa aaa aa
rang badaltee jaa..aaye

ik rut aayegi
ik rut jaayegee eee
ik rut aayegi
ik rut jaayegee eee
birahan ke mann ko
har rut tadpaayegi
aake na jaaye jo woh
din aaye
haayye duniya aa
rang badalti jaa…aaye
beetey dinon kee raatein
bichhudey huo`on kee baatein
bichhudey huo`on ko o yaad dilaaye
haaayye duniyaa aa aaa aa
rang badaltee jaa..aaye

hamne naseebon ke
bhed naa aa jaaney thhe aey
hamne naseebon ke
bhed naa aa jaaney thhe
kyaa hum wohee hain jo
saathi puraaney thhe
aankhon ka dhokhaa mann ko
tadpaaye
haayye duniyaa aa
rang badalti jaa…aaye
beetey dinon kee raatein
bichhudey huo`on kee baatein
bichhudey huo`on ko o yaad dilaaye
haaayye duniyaa aa aaa aa
rang badaltee jaa..aaye

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir Kapur)
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दुनिया आ आ आ
रंग बदलती जा॰॰आए
बीते दिनों की यादें
बिछुड़े हुओं की बातें
बिछुड़े हुओं को
याद दिलाये
हाए
दुनिया आ आ आ
रंग बदलती जा॰॰आए
बीते दिनों की यादें
बिछुड़े हुओं की बातें
बिछुड़े हुओं को
याद दिलाये
हाए दुनिया
रंग बदलती जा॰॰आए

इक रुत आएगी
इक रुत जाएगी
इक रुत आएगी
इक रुत जाएगी
बिरहन के मन को
हर रुत तड़पाएगी
आके ना जाए जो
वो दिन आए
हाए दुनिया
रंग बदलती जा॰॰आए
बीते दिनों की यादें
बिछुड़े हुओं की बातें
बिछुड़े हुओं को
याद दिलाये
हाए दुनिया
रंग बदलती जा॰॰आए

हमने नसीबों के
भेद ना जाने थे
हमने नसीबों के
भेद ना जाने थे
क्या हम वही हैं जो
साथी पुराने थे
आँखों का धोखा मन को
तड़पाये
हाए दुनिया
रंग बदलती जा॰॰आए
बीते दिनों की यादें
बिछुड़े हुओं की बातें
बिछुड़े हुओं को
याद दिलाये
हाए दुनिया
रंग बदलती जा॰॰आए


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.

Blog Day :

5119 Post No. : 17067

Today’s song is from the film Ladai ke baad-1943.

This is a very misleading title for a film which was made during the peak period of Second World war. Reading this title, it is natural for anyone to feel that this was a film which was on the matters which will take place after the war is over, or it may be a depiction of the country and the social life going through changes after the war ended. But none of it ! It was simply all about a war (Ladai) between two neighbouring families, caused by the usual Ego clash – though there is a loving couple in both families, hoping to get married. And it was called a Comedy film.

The film was made by Navyug Chitrapat, Poona. There is a little history behind the launch of this film making company. Master Vinayak (father of actress Baby Nanda) had his own film company Hans Pictures, in partnership with half brother Baburao pendharkar and cameraman pandurang Naik. Their first film was Chhaya-36-aq bilingual in marathi and hindi. It was not only a hit film but also it won many awards. Next 2 films, Premveer-37 and Dhrmveer-37 were also successful. Then came the film Jwala-38, a bilingual. Unfortunately this film was a big flop and Vinayak suffered heavy loss. To make it up, he then made 2 more films-Bramhachari-38 and brandy ki botal-39. Although these were successful at the Box office, the loss was not compensated. Even the last attempt with marathi film Ardhangi-40 (Hindi-Ghar ki Rani-40) could not salvage the damage done by jwala and Hans Pictures was dissolved.

He then launched navyug Chitrapat, along with Acharya P.K.Atre as a partner. Navyug was the first film company to offer 100 rupees shares to the common public (Bombay Talkies had given its shares to its Directors initially). The first film made was in Marathi-Lapandav-40. Then came Amrit-41(in Hindi and marathi) and ‘Pahili Mangalagaur’-42 in marathi, wherein Lata Mangeshkar made her Debut. During the making of this film, Vinayak left navyug and started his own ” Prafull Pictures’. After the last film Ladai ke baad-1943, navyug Chitrapat also closed down.

Actually, if one goes through the early marathi Cinema production history, one would know that launching and closing film companies was quite frequent in the Marathi film industry. In the early era, films were made in Poona, Kolhapur and Bombay. Two major communities in Maharashtra, Gujarati and Marathi entered the cinema field. Gujaratis were businessmen and had the money power. They immediately became the owners of film companies, supplied finance and made profits. Marathi people had no money but they had a hard working nature, acting Talent, Music expertise and Technical knowledge. Thus the jobs were automatically divided. Whenever Marathi people owned or launched film companies, they lost the battle due to lack of business sense and clash of false egos among partners. In later years, however, this picture changed.

Film Ladai ke baad-43 was directed by R.S.Junnarkar. Raghunath Shankar junnarkar was born on 19-3-1911 in Bijapur. After matriculation, he joined the film industry as a technician,in 1931, in Zarina pictures. He moved to kohinoor film company and then to United Artistes. Later he joined Kohinoor Cinetone in the capacity of screenplay writer and editor in 1934. master Vinayak Called him to Hans pictures in 1936. He was diligent and hard working. He got his first chance as a director of film sangam (Hindi and Marathi)-1941. Before this, he had jointly directed the film Bahurani in 1940, with actor Mubarak.

For navyug pictures he directed Pahili mangalagaur, Tuzach (Hindi version Main tera hoon) and Pundalik all marathi films. After Vinayak left navyug he completed the film pahili mangalagaur. In this film, there was a kissing scene of Snehaprabha pradhan and Shahu Modak. Lata also debuted in this film with acting and singing for herself.

Junnarkar was excellent as a screenplay writer. he wrote for films Nigahe nafrat -35 (Debut of Shobhana Samarth), Chhaya-36, dharmaveer-37, jwala-38, Neera and nanda-1946(directed also). he also wrote lyrics for film Taqrar-1944, he edited films, premveer, Nigahe nafrat, dharmaveer, Birha ki raat and Baazuband. (Thanks to the book ‘ Marathi Cinema in retrospect’ by Sanjit Narvekar).

Coming back to film Ladai ke baad-43, the songs were written by Wali Saeb.He was the brother of lyricist Nazim Panipati. Wali Saheb was a person of one of a kind. He was an educated person fond of writing stories and songs, but he was also very orthodox in nature, So much so, that he had made it compulsory for his actress wife Mumtaz Shanti, to come for shootings in a Burkha, and was also a perfect Hypocrite who allowed her to act in films as a lover of the Hero ! He would put it in her contract that the hero would not touch her during the shoots. To ensure this, he used to be present personally in her every shoot. After the shooting, she was to put on her Burkha again and head straight home, without talking a word with anyone.

It seems her uncle Barkat Nizami ( husband of actress Geeta Nizami) had brought her in films and he used to take away 75% of her earnings ( 50% for himself and 25% for his son). However, after her marriage to Wali saheb, this had stopped.

His name was Wali Mohd Khan. He was born in Poona on 10-8- 1908. His family was from Punjab. He became a Compounder with a Doctor in Lahore till 1938. He used to write songs for the Recording companies, for a sum of Rs. 5 per song ! He entered film line as a story writer and Lyricist, with film,” Soni Kumharan ‘ produced by East India Film Company.His songs became popular and he started writing dialogues too.He wrote songs, stories and dialogues for 36 films in all, with 280 songs. He worked for Kamla Movietone, Pancholi studios,Talwar productions, Cine art production etc.He even sang one song in the film Udhar-1949.

After trying his hand at Direction in Venus pictures film ” Lady Doctor”-44, he went on to produce and direct film ” Dekhoji”-47, under his own banner, Punjab film corporation ltd. Bombay. He produced and directed 4 more films, Padmini-48, Heer Ranjha-48, Putli-50 and Zamane ki Hawa-52. In all these films, the Heroine was Mumtaz Shanti. He migrated to Pakistan, with his actress wife, in the mid 50s. ( Thanks to information from Film Directory-46, muVyz, HFGK and my notes.)

I am not giving the film story because it was given along with the film’s first song discussed here in 2016. The music was by Dada Chandekar. Shankar Vishnu aka Dada Chandekar was from Kolhapur. He was born on 19-3-1897. His father used to do Keertan in temples and also play Harmonium. Dada also became an expert in playing the harmonium. Due to poverty, Dada joined Kirloskar drama company and used to do female roles. One day, by chance when the regular Harmonium player was absent, Dada got the opportunity to play Harmonium in a drama, which was lauded by all.

Later he joined Deenanath Mangeshkar’s Balwant Natak company where he played Harmonium for 20 years. Now Dada wanted to join the film industry. He assisted Dhamman Khan in the film Kaliya Mardan made by Bhali Pendharkar. When Dhamman Khan was removed due to his irregularity, Dada was appointed MD for the same film. Thus started his career finally. In 1937, he joined Huns Pictures of Master Vinayak and gave background music for the film Jwala-1938. This prompted the film Brahmachari-1938 to be given to him. This film’s music became Hit and created records in Hindi and Marathi versions. He gave music to Huns and Navyug films.

His other films as a MD were Brandy ki Botal-39, Devta-39, Ghar ki Rani-40, Amrit-41, Sangam-41, Ladai ke baad-43, Lieutenant-44, Din Raat-45, Main Tera Hoon-47, Moti-47 and his last Hindi film Phool aur Kaante-48. Meanwhile he was doing Marathi films also. He gave music to 25 Marathi films till 1964. It was he, who gave the First ever opportunity to Lata Mangeshkar to sing in a film. The film was ” Pahili Mangalagaur”-1942. It was a duet with Snehprabha Pradhan.

Dada Chandekar gave music to many Marathi dramas and he also worked for All India Radio, Poona for a few years. Dada Chandekar, one of the early composers of Hindi and Marathi films, died on 27-1-1976 at Poona.

Today’s song is a duet sung by Snehprabha Pradhan and Govind Kuruvilkar.

Editor’s note. This is the 100th song of Wali sahab as a lyricist in the blog. He becomes 32nd lyricist and 94th artist overall to complete 100 songs in the blog.


Song- Dagar mori chhodo ji (Ladaai Ke Baad)(1943) Singers- Snehprabha Pradhan, Govind Kuruvilkar, Lyricist- Wali Sahab, MD- Dada Chandekar

Lyrics

Dagar mori chhodo ji
Dagar mori
chhodo ji
tum to chhedoge
main hoon akeli
tum to chhedoge
main hoon akeli
Dagar mori chhodo ji
Dagar mori
chhodo ji

donon haathhon mein mere kabootar
donon haathhon mein mere kabootar
tere sar se bhari hai ye gaagar
tere sar se bhari hai ye gaagar
kaise chhedoonga
naar naveli

Dagar mori chhodo ji
Dagar mori
chhodo ji
tum to chhedoge
main hoon akeli
tum to chhedoge
main hoon akeli
gaagar mein donon kabootar bithhaakar
gaagar mein donon kabootar bithhaakar
gaagar ko dhhakke se upar uthhaakar
gaagar ko dhhakke se upar uthhaakar
hamse karoge athhkheli
hamse karoge athhkheli
tu ko samjhaye ??
tu ko samjhaye ??

Dagar mori chhodo ji
Dagar mori
chhodo ji
tum to chhedoge
main hoon akeli
tum to chhedoge
main hoon akeli

mujhe baadh liya kaajal ki dori se kyun
mujhe baadh liya
mujhe baadh liya kaajal ki dori se kyun

toone chhedaa thha
toone chhedaa thha
panghat pe chori se kyun
toone chhedaa thha
panghat pe chori se kyun
mose bhool hui
aaj mose bhool hui
naar naveli

kahin dekhe na mori saheli
Dagar mori chhodo ji
Dagar mori
chhodo ji
tum to chhedoge
main hoon akeli
tum to chhedoge
main hoon akeli
agar mori chhodo ji
Dagar mori
chhodo ji


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 :

5071 Post No. : 16992 Movie Count :

4605

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # # Toofaan -1975#
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Today’s song is from the movie “Toofaan-1975”.

I have vague memories of watching this movie in my childhood. But I do not remember the movie, its songs, or its story. What I remember is the hero wearing a mask (Zorro type mask) and riding a horse, with a sword in his hand (?).

I had in one of my earlier post on the blog mentioned earlier that I get to watch the movies ‘Do Khilaadi-1976’, ‘Double Cross-1973’ and ‘Toofaan-1975’ on back to back days at small town ‘Malkapur’ in the ‘Vidarbha’ region of Maharashtra (somewhere around 1976-1977).

My parents were on tour to this place for their ‘Marathi play’ to be staged there. I must be around eight-nine years old then. I and my brothers get to watch these movies then. As I mentioned earlier, I carried the memories of one song (or rather their ‘mukhda’ only) each from ‘Do Khilaadi’ and ‘Double Cross’ and from this movie ‘Toofaan’ I remember the masked hero only and the name of the hero i.e. Vikram.

Today I present the first song from this movie ‘Toofaan-1975’ on the blog and this movie is making a debut on the blog today.

‘Toofaan-1975’ was directed by Kedar Kapoor for ‘Sargam Pictures (Pvt.) Ltd., Bombay’.

It had Vikram, Priyadarshini, Roopesh Kumar, Jagdeep, B.M. Vyas, Jeevan, Jayraj, Trilok Kapoor, Sajjan, Rajan Haksar, Abhijit Sen, Rajan Kapoor, Kirti Kumar, Shetty, V. Gopal, Shriram, Ramlal, Vijay Khanna, Urmila Bhatt, Praveen Pal, Meena T., Bahnumati, Sujata and others.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 28.05.1975.

‘Toofaan-1975’ has seven songs, all of them penned by Ravindra Jain.

Ravindra Jain also composed the music for this movie.

Here is the list of songs this movie has.

SNo Song Title Singer/s
01 Toofaan toofaan hai mera naam Mohd Rafi
02 O barkha mujhe sach sach bataa Rafi, Asha Bhonsle
03 Pyaar kar, pyaar kar, dhaar kar, dhaar kar Rafi, Asha Bhonsle
04 Baj jaayega baaja baj jaayega Rafi, Asha Bhonsle, chorus
05 Reshma mera naam hai, naachna mera kaam hai Asha Bhonsle
06 Chalo koi khel khelen ham Rafi, Asha Bhonsle
07 Sachche ka sachche ka bolbaala Asha Bhonsle, Mahendra Kapoor, chorus

Today’s song is sung by Mohd Rafi. It is an ‘introduction type’ song and its lyrics are very simple and straightforward. ( I listen to the other couple of songs from this movie and I find they also have very simple and straightforward lyrics 😊. Our readers will be able to listen to them on the blog as and when they are posted here).

On screen we see the ‘masked hero’ lip syncing this song ( because he doesn’t take out the ‘mask’ and so his face cannot be seen 😊, but he must be Vikram – the hero of this movie 😊 ).
We do not have any option to watch the song as it is because the hero is telling us in the song that ‘karoon main to apne hi jee ki, chaahe kuchh bhi ho anjaam’ 😊. We can see the hero travelling riding on a horse through different terrains and waiving people (villagers) and taking care of them and helping them.

( I guess this movie must have been inspired by the character of ‘Zorro’. We have one more movie like this 😊 )

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

Let us listen to and enjoy today’s song sung by Rafi Saab. Lyrics are by Ravindra Jain, and he has also composed the music.

By listening to the today’s song we can also guess what the movie is all about …

With the today’s song ‘Toofaan-1975’ makes its debut on the blog and joins the ‘Toofaan’ (s 😊) of ‘1954’, ‘1969’, and ‘1989’ already available on the blog.

That is all for now 😊 let’s listen to the song now …

Editor’s note:-This song from “Toofaan”(1975) is Mohammad Rafi’s 3200th song in the blog and 1500th solo Mohammad Rafi song in the blog.


Song-Toofaan toofaan hai mera naam (Toofaan)(1975) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Ravindra Jain, MD-Ravindra Jain

Lyrics

toofaan toofaan
hai mera naam
toofaan toofaan
hai mera naam
main hoon ek jhonka hawaa ka
chalnaa hi mera kaam
toofaan toofaan
hai mera naam
ho toofaan toofaan
hai mera naam

faulaadi hain
apne iraade
karne hain poore
mujhe kuchh waade ae
faulaadi hain
apne iraade
karne hain poore
mujhe kuchh waade
mujhe kuchh waade
karoon main to apne hi jee ki
chaahe kuchh bhi ho anjaam
toofaan toofaan
hai mera naam
ho toofaan toofaan
hai mera naam

pyaar hai man mein
tan mein agan hai
ek hi dhun mujhe
ek lagan hain
pyaar hai man mein
tan mein agan hai
ek hi dhun mujhe
ek lagan hai
ek lagan hai
koyi sang aaye naa aaye
mujhe chalnaa hai subah shaam
toofaan toofaan
hai mera naam
ho toofaan toofaan
hai mera naam

dhanwaalon se chheen ke
dhan ko
baant rahaa hoon main
nirdhan ko
dhanwaalon se chheen ke
dhan ko
baant rahaa hoon main
nirdhan ko
main nirdhan ko
kahin koyi kehke luteraa
mujhe kar de naa badnaam
toofaan toofaan
hai mera naam
toofaan toofaan
hai mera naam
main hoon ek jhonka hawaa ka
chalnaa hi mera kaam
toofaan toofaan
hai mera naam
mera naam
ho toofaan toofaan
hai mera naam


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Blog Day :

4977 Post No. : 16853

“Umrao Jaan” (1981) was produced and directed by Muzaffar Ali for Integrated Films, Bombay. The movie had Rekha, Farooq Sheikh, Naseruddin Shah, Raj Babbar, Shaukat Kaifi, Bharat Bhushan, Satish Shah, Prema Narayan, Dina Pathak, Leela Mishra, Akbar Rashid, Gajanan Jagirdar, Khan Ghizlai, Rita Rani Kaul etc in it.

The movie had nine songs in it. Eight of these songs have been covered in the past. Here are the details of the songs that are covered so far:-

Blog Post number Song Date of post Singer(s)
610 In aankhon ki masti 24 January 2009 Asha Bhonsle
3105 Dil cheez kyaa hai aap meri jaan leejiye 10 October 2010 Asha Bhonsle
5460 Ye kya jagah hai doston 15 February 2012 Asha Bhonsle
5556 Zindagi jab bhi teri bazm mein lati hai hamen 1 March 2012 Talat Aziz
6578 Justju jiski thhi usko to na paaya hamne 4 September 2012 Asha Bhonsle
9432 Pratham dhar dhyaan 10 February 2014 Ustad Ghulam Mustafa Khan, Shahida Khan, Runa Prasad
15463 Jhoola kinne daala re 1 March 2020 Shahida Khan (in record version), Ustaad Ghulam Mustafa Khan (in movie version)
16829 Jab bhi milti hai mujhe ajnabi lagti kyun hai 15 February 202 Asha Bhonsle

Here is the ninth and final song from “Umrao Jaan”(1981). The song is sung by Jagjit Kaur and chorus. The lyrics are traditional, and it is popularly believed that they were written by Amir Khusro. Music is composed by Khayyam.

The song is picturised on Umme Farwa, Seema Sathyu and others.

Lyrics of the song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

With this song, all the songs of “Umrao Jaan” (1981) are covered in the blog and the movie thus joins the list of movies that have been YIPPEED in the blog.
With this song, Khayyam now has 200 of his music compositions in the blog.
audio link: (full song )


video link: (partial)

Song-Kaahe ko byaahe bides (Umrao Jaan)(1981) Singer-Jagjit Kaur, Lyrics-Amir Khusro, MD-Khayyam
Chorus

Lyrics

kaahey ko byaahey bides
arrey lakhiyaa baabul mohey ae
kaahey ko byaahey ae bides
arrey lakhiyaa baabul morey ae
kaahey ko byaahey ae bides

hum to baabul torey beley ki kaliyaan..aan
hum to babul torey beley ki kaliyaan
arrey ghar ghar maangey hain ??
arrey aey ae lakhiyaan babul mohey
kaahey ko byaahey bides
arrey lakkhiyaa babul morey ae
kaahey ko byaahey ae bides

hum to baabul torey
pinjrey ki chidiyaan….aan
hum to baabul torey
pinjrey ki chidiyaan

arrey kuhuk kuhuk rahee jaaye
arrey aey ae lakhiyaa babul morey aey ae
kaahey ko byaahey ae bides
arrey lakhiyaa baabul morey aey ae
kaahey ko byaahey ae bides

mehlaa taley se ae
dolaa jo niklaa..aaa
mehlaa taley se ae
dolaa jo niklaa..aaa

arrey beeran ne khaayee pachchaad
arrey aey ae lakkhiyaa babul mohey ae
kaahey ko byaahey bides
arrey lakhiyaan babul morey
kaahey ko byaahey ae bides

bhaiyyaa ko diyo baabul
mehlaa do mehlaa…aaa
bhaiyya ko diyo babul
mehlaa do mehlaa

arrey hamko deeyo pardes
arrey aey ae lakhiyaan baabul morey
kaahey ko byaahey ae bides
arrey lakhiyaa baabul morey ae
kaahey ko byaahey ae bides
arrey lakhiyaa baabul morey ae
kaahey ko byaahey ae bides


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Blog Day :

4947 Post No. : 16806

Like how Indians achieved freedom on 15 August 1947, most kids like me achieved their freedom when they started going to college. I achieved my freedom in may/ june 1978, when I passed my matriculation examination and got admitted to college. When I was in school, the only landmark I passed while commuting between home and school was the railway station. But now I came across almost all the movie halls of Ranchi as I commuted between home and college (St Xavier’s College, Ranchi). Being a college going person, I was considered grown up. In reality I was not even 16 at that time and I was not able to handle this new found freedom with responsibility.

So I began to watch movies with a vengeance when I should have been attending practical classes, that took place in the second half coinciding with the matinee show of movies.

It is not that I only watched matinee shows. There were occasions when I would be alone at home. Then I would watch evening and even night shows. Returning back on foot at midnight after the night show was no big deal for me. Law and order was that good in Ranchi those days. I am not aware how things are there today.

‘Jaani Dushman’ (1979) was much in news even before its release. It was supposed to be a mega movie, challenging all the mega movies that had come before, like say ‘Mughal e Azam’ (1960), ‘Waqt’ (1965), ‘Sholay’ (1975) etc. But there was a catch. The censor board felt that the movie was a ‘horror’ movie and watching it would be a dreadful exercise for weak hearts. So Censors, after lots of delays and objections, finally allowed the movie to get released with an A certificate.

I watched this movie in night show. The fact that it was a horror movie, and an A cerificate movie, and thirdly I myself was not an adult till that time did not deter me. Macho people in Bihar (Ranchi was still Bihar those days) did not care for such minor details. 🙂

When I watched the movie, I wondered what was the fuss about this being a ‘horror’ movie. There was no horror whatsoever as far as I was concerned. There was one scene where the ghost is supposedly seen rotating his head while this body is stationary. I could clearly detect that the body was actually built of cardboard, and the ghost (played by Sanjeev Kumar) stood inside the cardboard body and moved his body. Only the most naive people would fail to see this cheap ruse. Instead of feeling any horror, I felt pity at the makers of the movie as well as at the censors.

Even the movie was no great shakes. Indian movie makers have created a false narrative about ichchaadhaari naagin and they keep making movies on this theme. And the gullible movie watchers keep falling for this false narrative.

I was not much impressed with this movie. It was well past midnight when the night show ended and I returned back home on foot, walking some two kms. Most of the walk was along the road running parallel to the rail track going towards Ranchi Railway station.

This movie, which was a damp squib as far as I was concerned, was produced and directed by Raj Kumar Kohli for Shankar Movies, Bombay. The huge star cast of the movie included Sunil Dutt, Sanjeev Kumar, Shatrughan Sinha, Reena Roy, Neeta Mehta, Shobhini Singh, Roopesh Kumar, Madan Puri, Shakti, Anwar Hussain, Amrish Puri, Murad, Sulochana, Jayshree T., Indrani Mukherji, Aarti, Sheetal, Raza Murad, Jagdeep, Paintal Mac Mohan, Ram Soni, Maruti etc. Then there were special appearances by Vinod Mehra, Vikram, Prem Nath, Rekha, Neetu Singh, Bindiya Goswami, Sarika. Yogita Bali and Aruna Irani were in guest appearances. Then there was “above all- special apperance”- by Jeetendra.

Was I impressed by this star cast ? Not a chance. Where were the biggest names of the industry ? No Amitabh Bachchan, No Dharmendra, No Vinod Khanna. No Hema Malini, No Zeenat Aman, No Parveen Babi. I was suitably underwhelmed with the cast of the movie.

The songs of the movie were popular. The Rafi doli song soon became an iconic song, at par with his earlier doli song “Baabul ki Duaayen leti Jaa“. Apart from that I found most other songs s as just so so stuff.

The movie had six songs in it. Five songs have been covered in the blog so far. Here are the details of these five songs :-

Blog post number Song Date of post Singer (s)
459 Tere haathon mein pahna ke choodiyaan 28 December 2008 Rafi, Asha Bhonsle
11607 O meri jaan bol meri jaan 28 November 2015 Kishore KUmar, Anuradha Paudwal
14521 Mausam na koi bahaar jaisa 24 July 2018 Kishore Kumar, Mahendra Kapoor, Asha Bhonsle
15147 Chalo re doli uthhaao kahaar piya milan ki rut aayi 31 July 2019 Rafi
16751 Saare rishtey naate tod ke aa gayi 7 January 2022 Lata

Only one song from the movie is left to be covered. Here is that song.

This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Shatrughan Sinha utters a few words and that is enough for him to get credited as a singer in this song. Verma Malik is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal. The song is picturised on Reena Roy and Shatrughan Sinha. The previous song covered earlier this year was also picturised on Reena Roy but there it was sung by Lata Mangeshkar. Reena Roy singing separate songs in the voices of different Mangeshkar sisters in the same movie, this did not appear anything special those days, but with passage of time this must be regarded as something special. There may not be so many cases where the same actor sings in the voices of different siblings.

As mentioned earlier I did not find the songs of the movie (apart from one Rafi solo) any great shakes. But I was in a minority. With time, these songs have retained their popularity. Youngsters, may of them not even born when this movie was released appear quite impressed with the songs of the movie. This song, both its singing and picturisation gets favorable comments from most people watching this song on YouTube. When I think about it, I have to grudgingly admit that the songs of this movie are good songs to listen to.

I did not pay much attention to this song in the past. But now that I paid attention, I realise that it is nicely sung song by Asha Bhonsle. With this song, Asha Bhonsle silently and unnoticeably completes 2900 songs in the blog.

So, with this song, “Jaani Dushman”(1979) gets YIPPEED in the blog whereas Asha Bhonsle completes a barely believable 2900 songs in the blog.

Here is the song. Enjoy !


Song-Aisi waisi na samajh sajna(Jaani Dushman)(1979) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Shatrughan Sinha, Lyrics-Verma Malik, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

aisi waisi na samajh sajna
aisi waisi na samajh sajna
jaan de doongi ya jaan le loongi
aisi waisi na samajh sajna
aisi waisi na samajh sajna
jaan de doongi ya jaan le loongi
aisi waisi na samajh sajna

itna to mera dil bhi
jaanta zaroor hai
kitni tu mere paas hai
aur kitni tu door hai

kaante ya phool jo bhi chaahe
ismein daal de
kaante ya phool jo bhi chaahe
ismein daal de
maine to zindagi ka daaman bichha diya
maine to zindagi ka daaman bichha diya
daaman bichha diya
abhi na tu samjhe mujhe apna
haan
mujhe apna
haaye mujhe apna aa aa
aisi waisi na samajh sajna
aisi waisi na samajh sajna
jaan de doongi ya jaan le loongi ee
aisi waisi na samajh sajna

jo dekh raha hoon kahin wo
khwaab to nahin
kaanton ke bhes mein chhupa
gulaab to nahin

is kadar tu ab dil ke kareeb hai
is kadar tu ab dil ke kareeb hai
lagta hai mere pyaar ka tu hi
naseeb hai
naseeb hai
maine jo kaha
use yaad
haan yaad
zara yaad rakhna aa aa
aisi waisi na samajh sajna
aisi waisi na samajh sajna
jaan de doongi ya jaan le loongi
aisi waisi na samajh sajna


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Blog Day :

4924 Post No. : 16759

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2012-2022) – Song No. 06
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This day ten year ago (viz on 10 January 2012) saw five songs from five different movies getting discussed on the blog. Here are the details:-

blog post number Song Movie (Year) Remarks
5275 Chaand bhi koi deewaana hai Apna Ghar Apni Kahaani (1968) 4 songs covered out of 6 so far
5276 Tu jo mere sur mein Chitchor (1976) Fourth and final song of the movie. Movie YIPPEED with this song.
5277 Zidd na karo ab to ruko Lahu Ke Do Rang (1979) 4 songs covered so far out of 8
5278 Jaanm jaanam tera mera pyaar naya hai Saawan Ko Aane Do(1979) Movie YIPPEED by now
5279 Sapna dekhen mere khoye khoye naina Anand Mahal (1977) Only this song from the movie has been covered in the blog so far

As we can see, “Apna Ghar Apni Kahaani”(1968)aka “Pyaas”(1968) is one of the movies that is eligible for Blog Ten Year Challenge today.

“Apna Ghar Apni Kahaani”(1968) was Produced by Rajnath Kochhar and directed by Phani Majumdar for Rachna Films, Bombay. The movie had Sudhir, Mumtaz, Madhumati, Shekher, Bina Rai, Bela Bose, Brahm Bhardwaj, David Abraham, Kesto Mukherjee, Keshav Rana, Baby Farida, Shivajibhai, Pradip Das Gupta, Anil etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Four songs have been covered so far.

As blog ten year challenge, here is another song from “Apna Ghar Apni Kahaani”(1968). This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Qamar Jalalabadi is th lyricist. Music is composed by N Datta.

The song is picturised as a mujra song on Madhumati. Shekhar and Keshav Rana are also visible in the picturisation.

Lyrics of the song and other details were sent by Prakashchandra.
With this song, Qamar Jalalabadi completes 400 songs in the blog as a lyricist.


Song-Peena haraam hai na pilaana haraam hai (Apna Ghar Apni Kahaani)(1968) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Qamar Jalalabadi, MD-N Datta

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

kisi ki peene ka
yoon intezaam
kar denge aen aen aen
milaa ke ??
?? ko jaam
kar denge
aaan aan aaan aaan aaan aaan

peenaa haraam hai
peenaa haraam hai
na pilaanaa haraam hai
peenaa haraam hai
na pilaanaa haraam hai
peene ke baad hosh mein aanaa haraam hai ae
peenaa haraam hai na pilaanaa haraam hai

nazrein milaanaa jurm agar a a a a
nazrein milaanaa jurm agar hai to ho magar a a
nazrein milaanaa jurm agar hai to ho magar
iss bazm mein
iss bazm mein
nazar na milaanaa haraam hai
peene ke baad hosh mein aanaa haraam hai ae
peenaa haraam hai na pilaanaa haraam hai

insaan ke dil ko pyaar khudaa ne ae ae ae
insaan ke dil ko pyaar khudaa ne ataa kiyaa
insaan ke dil ko pyaar khudaa ne ataa kiyaa
kis ne kahaa
kis ne kahaa ke pyaar jataanaa haraam hai
peene ke baad hosh mein aanaa haraam hai ae
peenaa haraam hai na pilaanaa haraam hai

maanaa ke tum naye ho
o o o o
maanaa ke tum naye ho
mere bazme-e-naaz mein aen
maanaa ke tum
naye ho mere bazm-e-naaz mein
ek baar
ek baar aa gaye ho to jaanaa haraam hai
peene ke baad hosh mein aanaa haraam hai ae
peenaa haraam hai na pilaanaa haraam hai
peene ke baad hosh mein aanaa haraam hai ae ae
peenaa haraam hai na pilaanaa..aaa haraam hai


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, 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.

Blog Day :

4902 Post No. : 16707

Today 19th December’2021 is the 102nd birth anniversary’ of actor Om Prakash (19.12.1919 – 21.02.1998) whom we have watched performing in many character roles in the Hindi movies.

When I think of the movies of Om Prakash where I watched and liked his performance, it is a long list. I must say I liked his performances in all the movies where I have watched him.

The oldest memory of Om Prakashfor me is the movie ‘Patang-1960’, then ‘Chowkidar-1974’, ‘Sadhu Aur Shaitaan-1968’, ‘Mere Hamdam Mere Dost-1968’, ‘Sajan-1969’ ‘Dus Lakh’ etc. etc. when I was still growing boy.

As a grown-up boy I watched his ‘Laawaris’, ‘Namak Halal’, ‘Rang Birangi’, ‘Naukar Biwi Ka’, ‘Sharabi’, ‘Alag Alag’, ‘Insaniyat Ke Dushman’, and I think ‘Kalyug Aur Ramayan’ was his last movie that I watched.

In between there were many movies from the end-sixties to all seventies like ‘Khandan’, ‘Padosan’, ‘Zanjeer’, ‘Gopi’, ‘Nehle Pe Dehla’, ‘Chupke Chupke’, ‘Roti’, ‘Maa’, ‘Golmaal’ etc etc.

It would be surprising if I say that I have yet to watch ‘Amar Prem’, but I do not remember of watching it.

I may have also missed to note some of his prominent movies in the above list, but then the names I mentioned above are only few for example. I hope to add his list of movies later in future on the blog (may be with a song from his movies).

As I said above, I do not remember any of Om Prakash movies where I do not like his performances (mostly in character roles). He also got to lip sync songs in movies and today on his birth anniversary we are going to enjoy a song from the ‘1973’ movie ‘Archana’ which is performed on screen by Om Prakash.

I had come across this song in November last year when I had shared a song from this movie.

‘Archana-1973’ was directed by for ‘Vikram Pictures’ Bombay. It had Mala Sinha, Sanjeev Kumar, Snehlata with Jagdeep, Manmohan Krishna, Bobby, Jagridar, V. Gopal, Sulochana, Shabnam, Madhu, Sushila, Shibana and Om Prakash and others.

Jr Mehmood makes a special appearance in this movie.

Story of this movie was written by Prof. Tamhane, and screenplay was written by Madhusudan Kalelkar. Dialogues for this movie were written by Anand Romani, editing of this movie was done by Govind Dalwadi.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 1st October’1973.

This movie has six songs written by Hasrat Jaipuri, Indeevar and Neeraj.
Lata Mangeshkar, Asha Bhonsle, Mohd Rafi and Manna Dey give their voices to the songs in movie.

Music for this movie was composed by Shankar-Jaikishan.

Here is the list of these six songs as per HFGK Vol-V (1971-1980). So far only two songs from ‘Archana-1973’ have been posted on the blog.

S.No. Song Title Lyricist Posted on
01 Jaise …. preetam se pyaar badhha jaaye Hasrat Jaipuri
02 Jab ham hain tere saath… janamdin tujhko Indeevar 15.11.2020
03 Jiyaa mein laaga more baan preet ka Hasrat Jaipuri Being discussed today
04 Tan mann tere rang rangoongee Neeraj 04.01.2012
05 Jaane kis roop ki jaadubhari parchhaayi ho Hasrat Jaipuri
06 Jo dil mein chubha… ab bas mein kahaan Hasrat Jaipuri/Indeevar

Let us now enjoy today’s song as a tribute to actor Om Prakash who had given us many of his ‘character roles’ to cherish, and songs performed by him remind us of his versatility and effortless performances, in his characteristic style.

In today’s song he is performing in a ‘musical mehfil’ like set up with music artistes around him. There is a ‘Nataraja murti’ in front of him and on the walls of the place he is sitting, there are portraits of famous music artistes around.

Today’s song is sung by Manna Dey, and lyrics are by Hasrat Jaipuri.

As mentioned above music is composed by Shankar-Jaikishan.
Editor’s note:-With this song, Hasrat Jaipuri completes 700 songs in the blog as a lyricist.

Let us enjoy today’s song now …

Video


Audio

Song-Jiya mein laaga more baan preet ka (Archana)(1973) Singer-Manna dey, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics

aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa
jiyaa mein laagaa more baan
preet ka
jiyaa mein laagaa more baan
preet ka
ghaayal hai armaan preet ka aa
ghaayal hai armaan preet ka
jiyaa mein laagaa more baan
preet ka aa aa aa
jiyaa mein laagaa more baan
preet ka aa

bin kaajar thhe nainaa kaaley
ae ae ae ae
bin kaajar thhe nainaa kaaley
bin kaajar
bin kaajar
bin kaajar thhe nainaa kaaley
thhe chitwan ke baan niraale ae
haar na maanen ham dilwaale ae
ham dilwaale ae
ham dilwaale ae
jiyaa mein laagaa more baan
preet ka
ghaayal hai armaan preet ka aa
jiyaa mein laagaa more baan
preet ka

tarpat tarpat rain guzaaroon
tarpat
tarpat
rain guzaaroon
rain guzaaroon
tarap
tarap
tarap
tarpat tarpat haan
tarpat tarpat rain guzaaroon
saari rainaa panth nihaaroon
ban ke papeehaa aa
pi ko pukaaroon oon oon oon oon
pi ko pukaaroon
pi ko pukaaroon oon
jiyaa mein laagaa more baan
preet ka
ghaayal hai armaan preet ka aa
jiyaa mein laagaa more baan
preet ka

man ki agan se deep jalaaun
oon oon
dha ni
dha ni
dha ni
dha ma gaa aa
ma dha re sa
dha ni dha pa maa ga re sa
saa
saa
maa aa aa aa
man ki agan se deep jalaaun
hardam deepak raag sunaaoon
saari umariyaa aa
gaanaa gaaun
gaanaa gaaun
gaanaa gaaun
jiyaa mein laagaa more baan
preet ka aa aa
jiyaa mein laagaa more baan
preet ka
ghaayal hai armaan preet ka aa
ghaayal hai armaan preet ka aa
jiyaa mein laagaa more baan
preet ka

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


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This article is the 16600th article in the blog.

Blog Day :

4822 Post No. : 16600

With passage of time, we in this blog have become sedate and relaxed, as befits people who have matured (read aged). 🙂 Things that we found exciting in the past fail to enthuse us any longer. The sense of keen anticipation is no longer there. People in the past would begin to think and talk in advance about forthcoming important blog events. That is no longer the case.

Take the case of Blog Century posts. This regular event used to be a keenly anticipated event in the past, even when such an even used to occur once every fortnight. Today, this event has become more rare and happens once in two months (or more), and yet goes largely unnoticed.

But the important thing is, the blog never stops. The rate of posting of songs may have slowed down considerably, but we ensure that there is no DOT day in the blog. The last DOT day in the blog was on 25 December 2019. After that, the blog has not had a DOT day for last 645 days ! And that gives us the confidence and the feeling that the blog is always on the move.

Perhaps it is past experience, or may be it is my inherent laid back nature that these days I do not think much amout the century post till the last moment ! Only when I realise that the Century post is due and it has to be posted TODAY that I start wondering what song to select for the occasion.

Initially, I had considered a “new” song for the occasion and I had collected some details as well. But when I searched, I was unable to find those details that I had collected after spending several hours. So I had to postpone that song for some future occasion.

The songs covered in the guest posts that were covered during thelast few days gave me some idea what song I should pick as the century song. I had almost decided that the final song of “Hamraahi”(1945) should be the century song. This was a rare song. This was a song that grew up on me the more I listened to it. But then I realised that I needed to pick this song based on other consideration. There were two consideration. I noticed that a music director duo was on 299. I also noticed that the songs covered from movies of a particular year added up to 599. So, this called for a song from that year and composed by that music director duo. In addition, we recently had the birthday of Lata Mangeshkar. So this song should be sung by her.

Considering all that, I decided to combine all the above centuries to decide on the next blog century , viz Blog century number 166, or in other words , blog post number 16600.

This post, the blog post number 16600, covers a song from “Saawan Bhaadon”(1949). “Saawan Bhaadon”(1949) directed by Ravindra Dave for Prakash Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Munawar Sultana, Omprakash, Indu, Raj Adeeb, Jankidas etc in it.

The movie had ten songs in it. Five songs have been covered in the past.

This song, the sixth song from the movie, is sung by Lata Mangeshkar. Mulkraj Bhakri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Husnlal Bhagatram.

This song is the 300th song of Husnlal Bhagatram as a music director in the blog. This song is the 600th song in the blog from movies released in 1949. We in the blog have 500 plus songs from movies of other years, but this song makes 1949 the first year in the blog that has now contributed 600 songs in the blog.

It was the year 1949 that marked the beginning of the golden era of Hindi film music. Husnlal Bhagatram played a major role in making 1949 a musically supersaturated year. This year also saw the emergence of Lata Mangeshkar as a playback singer who would rule the HFM for the next six decades and more. Husnlal Bhagatram were the first music directors to complete 50 songs with Lata Mangeshkar. They utilised the voice of Lata Mangeshkar in 28 songs in 1949 and 40 songs in 1950. C Ramchandra were second, in using Lata Mangeshkar voice in 19 songs in 1949 and 30 songs in 1950. And this song serves as a (belated) birthday celebration song for Lata Mangeshkar !

So, one can see that this song from this movie “Saawan Bhaadon”(1949) ticks all the boxes, as far its eligibility as a Blog century song is concerned. If there is still any doubts in anyone’s mind about the credentials of this song, that would be removed when one listens to this song. Personally I listened to this song only now for the first time, more that 72 years later. And it sounds as sweet and divine as it may have sounded to the ears of music lovers who were around in 1949 !

With this song, the blog completes yet another century, and we duly take fresh guard for the next century.

I take this opportunity to thank one and all, whose continued and consistent support, encouragement and contributions is providing this musical bandwagon with the necessary fuel to keep taking us the newer and nbewer destinations in this musical journey.


song-Tum bin Raja nahin maika chain ho (Saawan Bhaadon)(1949) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Mulkraj Bhakri, MD-Husnlal Bhagatram

Lyrics

Tum bin raaja nahin maika chain ho
tum bin raaja nahin maika chain ho
tum to raaja pardes sidhaare
kaase kahoon teri bain ho
tum bin raaja nahin maika chain ho
tum bin raaja nahin maika chain ho

aankh us shokh se mila baithhe ae
teer chhuriyaan jigar pe kha baithhe ae
tere kurbaan o gesuon waale
tere phande mein dil phansa baithhe ae
tum bin raaja nahin maika chain ho
tum bin raaja nahin maika chain ho
tum bin tum bin tum bin
tum bin raaja nahin maika chain ho o

suraj chhipe adli badli
aur chandr chhipe amaawas aayo
paani ki boond paataal chhupe
aur meen chhupe ?? jal paayo
bhor bhayi sab chor chhupe
aur ?? chhupe phaagun ritu aayo
laakh na ghoonghat oat karo
par chanchal nain chhupe na chhupaayo
tum bin raaja nahin maika chain ho
tum bin raaja nahin maika chain ho
tum bin raaja nahin maika chain ho
tum bin raaja nahin maika chain ho
tum bin raaja nahin maika chain ho o


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Blog Day :

4757 Post No. : 16499

“Jai Santoshi Maa”(1975) was one of two movies that were released on 15 August 1975. “Sholay”(movie 1975) was the other movie. In the earlier weeks, “Sholay”(1975) was receiving lukewarm response from audience, and their makers were very nervous. After a few days of anxiety, the crowd suddenly began to rust into the movie halls screening “Sholay”(1975), much to the relief of their makers.

On the other hand, “Jai Santoshi Maa”(1975) began to attract house full audiences from the very first day. Unlike Sholay(1975) it was a low budget movie and it began to show profits as soon as it became clear that the movie would not be taken off after one week but would go on and on. There were many places where this movie ran longer than Sholay. In Ranchi, Sholay ran for 14 weeks whereas Jai Santoshi Ma ran far longer.

The music of “Jai Santoshi Maa”(1975) became very popular. By now the songs of this movie have become a part of many Indian househlds. This movie is the highlight in the careers of Usha Mangeshkar (as a playback singer) and C Arjun (as a music director). Kavi Pradeep, a lyricist extraordinaire of religious and patriotic songs, got to pen the kind of lyrics he so enjoyed.

“Jai Santoshi Maa”(1975) had six songs, including one multiple version song. All songs have gone on to become all time hit songs.

The blog has five of them. Here are the details:-

Song Date of posting (Post number) Remarks
Main to aarti utaaroon re Santoshi maata ki 18 August 2013 (8551)
Yahaan wahaan jahaan tahaan mat poochho kahaan kahaan 11 December 2017 (13802) Multiple version song- Two versions
Karti hoon tumhaara vrat main sweekaar karo maa 11 December 2020 (16089)
Madad karo Santoshi maata 28 May 2021 (16388)

Only one song is left to be covered. Here is that final song. This song is sung by Manna Dey. This is a song of “Hausla afzaai” for Kanan Kaushal, who falls into hard days (as is customary in a a devotional movie. 🙂 )

Kavi Pradeep is the lyricist. Music is cpmposed by C Arjun.

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

With this song, all the six songs of “Jai Santoshi Maa”(1975) are covered in the blog and the movie joins the list of movies that have been YIPPEED in the blog.

This song is the 200th song of Kavi Pradeep in the blog as a lyricist.

Video

Audio

Song-Mat ro mat ro aaj Raadhike (Jai Santoshi Maa)(1975) Singer-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Kavi Pradeep, MD-C Arjun

Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

mat ro o o o
mat ro o o o
mat ro o o

mat ro mat ro aaj raadhike
sun le baat hamaari ee
tu sun le baat hamaari
jo dukh se ghabraa jaaye
wo nahin hind ki naari
wo nahin hind ki naari
mat ro o
mat ro o
mat ro o o

bharat ki naari ki aankhen
sab aankhon se nyaari ee
sab aankhon se nyaari
uske har aansoo mein jhalakti
pyaar ki ik phulwaari ee
pyaar ki ik phulwaari
aasha ki dor se baandh le beti
ee ee ee
jeewan ki laachaari
jo dukh se
jo dukh se ghabraa jaaye
wo nahin hind ki naari
wo nahin hind ki naari
mat ro o
mat ro o
mat ro o o

apne man mein diyaa jalaa ke
kar le ujaala gori ee
kar le ujaala gori ee
dil ke upar patthar rakh le
ronaa hai kamzori ee
ronaa hai kamzori
chupke chupke dukh sehne ki
ee ee ee
tu kar le tayyaari ee
jo dukh se
jo dukh se ghabraa jaaye
wo nahin hind ki naari
wo nahin hind ki naari
mat ro o
mat ro o
mat ro o o

kiska chalaa hai zor bhaagya par
rakh tu hari pe bharosaa aa
rakh tu hari pe bharosaa
har jeewan thaali mein prabhu ne
dukh bhi yahaan hai parosaa aa
dukh bhi yahaan hai parosaa
pataa nahin kis bhes mein daata aa
kar de madad tumhaari ee
jo dukh se
jo dukh se ghabraa jaaye
wo nahin hind ki naari
wo nahin hind ki naari
mat ro o
mat ro o
mat ro o o
mat ro mat ro aaj raadhike
ae ae ae


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Blog Day :

4752 Post No. : 16491

I am poor in remembering important dates, as I have stressed many a times. And ith passage of time, I am actually becoming more absent minded. We already have our anniversary page, hich is consulted by many music lovers, but I have not consulted it myself for quite some time. So, I come to know about important music related dates from others, who themselves may have come to know about these dates from our anniversary page ! 🙂

Today morning, I came to know that it is Mukesh’s birth anniversary. And I also noticed that as many as two Mukesh songs were covered yesterday (21 july 2021) and that took the tally of Mukesh songs in the blog to 799 !

So fate had ordained that Mukesh would complete his 800th song in the blog on his birth anniversary !

With so many Mukesh songs already covered in the blog, just a few Mukesh songs are left to be covered. One would expect that most well known Mukesh songs are already covered in the blog. And they are right. Still, there are some Mukesh songs that are so far still at large. There is one such song that readily came to my mind. I myself was surprised to note that such a well known Mukesh song was still not there in the blog.

This song is from “Dharmatma”(1975). The movie had five songs in it, including one multiple version song. The five songs were sung by five singers, namely Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar, Mahendra Kapoor, Mukesh and Kanchan. While the first three singers sang one solo song each, Mukesh and Kanchan sang two duets in the movie. Both duets were extremely popular songs of those days. The first duet, Kya khoob lagti ho badi sundar dikhti ho(Dharmatma), is already there in the blog.

Here is the second Mukesh Kanchan duet from “Dharmatma”(1975). It is picturised on Rekha and Feroz Khan. Rekha is with him, and Feroz Khan is dreaming about Hema Malini. This way, this song is similar in picturisation to the “Gora Aur Kaala”(1972) song covered in the blog yesterday. 🙂

Indeewar in the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji.

As discussed above, This song is the 800th Mukesh song in the blog. Quite an appropriate song to mark the birth anniversary of legendary singer Mukesh.

With this song, all the songs of “Dharmatma”(1975) are now covered in the blog. The movie thus joins the list of movies that have been YIPPEED in the blog.

Audio

Video

Song-Tum ne kisi se kabhi pyaar kiya hai (Dharmatma)(1975) Singer-Kanchan, Mukesh, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Kalyanji Anandji
Chorus

Lyrics

ru ru ru ru
ru ru ru ru
ru ru ru rur
ru ru ru ru

tum ne kisi se kabhi pyaar kiya hai
bolo na
tum ne kisi se kabhi pyaar kiya hai
pyaar bhara dil kisi ko diya hai
pyaar kahaan apni kismat mein
pyaar kahaan apni kismat mein
pyaar ka bas deedaar kiya hai

tum ne kisi se kabhi pyaar kiya hai
pyar bhara dil kisi ko diya hai

aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aaa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa

tum ho itne haseen ke tum par laakhon marti hongi
haan haan
laakhon marti hongi
tum ho itne jawaan, hazaaron aahen bharti hongi
haan haan
aahen bharti hongi
kis ko kaha tumne apna aa
ban ke rahe kis ka sapna aa
sapne to sapne hain aakhir
sapne to sapne hain aakhir
kis ne inhen saakaar kiya hai

tum ne kisi se kabhi pyar kiya hai
pyaar bhara dil kisi ko diya hai

aaa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aaa aa
aa aa aa aa

maine dekha haal dilon ka
dekhe do dilwaale
maine dekhe do dilwaale
ek dooje ke pyaar pe donon jaan lutaane waale ae
donon jaan lutaane waale
pyaar ka saara jahaan dushman
dekh saka na unka milan

auron ki chhodo, apni sunaao
auron ki chhodo, apni sunaao
tum ne kahaan dil haar diya hai
tum ne kisi se kabhi pyaar kiya hai
pyaar bhara dil kisi ko diya hai


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