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This article is written by Peevesie’s Mom, 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 :

4018 Post No. : 15128

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2009-19) – Song No. 40
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Hullo to Atuldom

Today is a unique happy birthday date. It is not any celebrity’s birthday. It is the birthdate of our beloved blog Atul-song-a-day which has been nicknamed ASAD and all of its followers are called Atulites.

This is one blog which has brought together a lot of Hindi film music lovers from across the world. It must have started as a one-man’s passion for film music but has now become an addiction for a set of music lovers who are equally passionate about Hindi film music. People who have associated themselves with the blog are going to great lengths to find hitherto unheard songs, finding about the life-stories of those associated with those songs etc. We have our own in-house encyclopaedia who has put a lot of time into researching about long forgotten artists, singers, musicians, and also cleared confusion about artist who had same or similar names and were popular about the same period etc. We have an NRA (Non Resident Atulite) who has assigned Sudhir ji a job of finding movies of the 60s’ decade that were lost or forgotten and Sudhir ji has done a great job of finding at least 112 such movies with about 79 left and these may be really unavailable otherwise he would have dug them out too. In addition to this, he has an ongoing series of songs which were reused in movies and I am sure that will give us a minimum of 50 songs.

Sudhir ji and Arunkumar ji (the encyclopaedia) are just two examples of dedicated contributors. We have others whose craze for Hindi film music has been manifested in the form of reading through the “ancient” 😉 issues of Film-India magazine and sharing knowledge gathered from there with us on the blog. Then there is the case of two resident NRAs who collaborate to produce posts to remember their favourite Sahir on his birth and death anniversaries. Of course, one NRA is more active than the other who I expect will surface in the last week of July as the anniversary of his and our favourite Mohd. Rafi is coming up and his activity will continue on to first week of August. (Hope I am not proved wrong) Of course there are those contributors who surface on the really important celebratory occasion of the blogs’ 15000th post, Atulji’s personal 10000, and birthdays of their personal favourite singers Mukesh, Shamshad Begum etc. I must make special mention of the behind the scene contributor who sees to it that the links of songs posted are working links in addition to sending his farmaishes in the form of lyrics.  So Atuldom is a kingdom of a group with varied interests in HFM and who have their own way of making the blog a unique space in cyberland.

As far as my own film music addiction is concerned, I have mentioned many a times how this blog has affected my way of listening to songs. How I have learnt about the life and times of the singers, actors, music directors, and others associated with movie making. And the most important take-away from this blog is a whole new set of friends who are always in touch 24/7 and who receive my phone-calls with a smile (I can feel it in their “Hello”). But I had an altogether different experience the last time I called Sudhir ji; my “hullo Sudhir ji” was met by a good two minute of laughter, such is the camaraderie that he knew exactly what I was going to say. 😊

For all of the above a big thank you to the blog and the blog master Atul. It is only because Atul ji started the blog on 19th July 2008 that we can call ourselves Atulites or Atulwaasis, who are residents of Atuldom.

Exactly a year after it was born, Atulji posted six songs on 19th July 2009. These represented six movies: two from 1969, and one each of 1956, 1954, 1953 and 1949. Of the movies that these songs were from only one is left to be yyippeed!! That is ‘Sambandh’ of 1969. It has 5 songs posted on the blog, out of a possible 11 or 12 , the last being posted in October of 2011. That is a loooong time ago.

So, to take ‘Sambandh’ a step forward we re-visit it today. The movie was produced by Ram Mukherjee; directed by Ajoy Biswas; had Asha Bhonsle, Mahendra Kapoor, Mukesh, Hemant Kumar for playback singers for songs written by Kavi Pradeep and composed by OP Nayyar. Atul ji has said in one of the previous posts of the songs of this movie that this was an unusual combination- OP Nayyar setting Kavi Pradeep’s words to tune. This movie had Pradeep Kumar and Deb Mukherjee heading the cast which also had Anjana (this was her debut) Sulochana Latkar, Anita Dutt (looks like Anita Guha, must have been Dutt at that time), Achala Sachdev, Vijaya Chaudhary, Abhi Bhattacharya, Nana Palshikar, Leela Mishra, etc.

The synopsis as given on IMDB is:

Manav Chatterjee’s childhood is spent in a wealthy home where his father, Umakant, is an alcoholic, and his mother a simple housewife, who tries in vain to get his dad to give up on alcohol. This results in differences between his parents, leading to their separation, and him leaving the house to be with his mother. Manav grows up as a cynic, and this cynicism increases when he goes to live with a foster and a very wealthy family. He marries Hiralal’s daughter, Sandhya, and both love each other deeply. But things do not seem to go Manav’s way at all, as he is separated from Sandhya, and after several months finds out that Hirala is about to get Sandhya married – again. Now Manav has changed his name, and is being helped by an unknowing Umakant to try and salvage, what possibly remains, of the rest of this bitter and lonely life.

Here is the list of songs posted this-date-that-year as is the practice in the Ten-Year Challenge,

Gore Gore Mukhde Pe Gesoo Jo Chhaa Gaye Patanga

1949

Bujh Gaye Aasha Ke Diye…Badle Rang Jahaan Ke Shikast

1953

Dil Se Milaa Ke Dil Pyaar Kijiye Taxi Driver

1954

Dil Dil Se Milaakar Dekho Mem Sahib

1956

Apni Maata Ke Dulaare Bachche Sambandh

1969

Saathiyaan Nahin Jaana Ke Ji Na Lage Aaya Saawan Jhoom Ke

1969

Hindigeetmala.net (my personal HFGK) lists 12 songs for ‘Sambandh’ of which we have 5 on the blog. Of the twelve, six songs have Asha Bhonsle giving playback, one being a duet with Hemant Kumar. It is difficult to find videos of all the songs that are left to be posted, only audios are available on youtube. Another thing I found was almost all the songs were rather sombre or completely sad. Would love to see the movie to understand why the mood of the songs are so.  And as Atul ji has previously said this is a rather unusual OP Nayyar album with not one peppy number. So, choosing from what is available, here is the Hemant Kumar – Asha song which is a prayer and I would like to know on whom it was filmed.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY ASAD!!!!!
Thank you Atul ji for giving us ASAD.

There is still a lot of songs left in the ocean of HFM for us to find gems, pearls and corals.

P.S. after writing the post I ran through the movie to see who has lip synced the song. I found that the Hemant Kumar part is no where in the movie and Anita Dutt has lip-synced the Asha Bhonsle part.

Editor’s note-With this song, Hemant Kumar completes 200 songs in the blog as a playback singer.

 

Audio

Video

Song – Tum Ko To Karodon Saal Huye Batlaao Gagan Ghambhir  (Sambandh) (1969) Singer – Hemant Kumar, Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Kavi Pradeep, MD – OP Nayyar

Lyrics

hey jagat pita parmatma
karo nirmal meri aatma
dukh haro dayalu
ab sukh do
sab avgun mere
karo kshama
parbhu karo Kshama
parbhu karo kshama
hey jagat pita parmatma

aaaa aaaaa
aaaa aaaaa

tumko to karodon saal huye
batlaao gagan gambhir
is pyaari pyaari duniya mein
kyun alag alag taqdeer
tumko to karodon saal huye
batlaao gagan gambhir
is pyaari pyaari duniya mein
kyun alag alag taqdeer

milte hain kisi ko bin maange hi moti
oo oo oo
koi maange lekin bheekh naseeb na hoti
oo oo oo
kya soch ke hai malik ne rachi
ye do rangi tasveer
is pyaari pyaari duniya mein
kyun alag alag taqdeer
tumko to karodon saal huye
batlaao gagan gambhir
is pyaari pyaari duniya mein
kyun alag alag taqdeer

kuch kismatwaale sukh se amrit peete
oo oo oo
kuch dil par rakh pathar jeewan jeete
oo oo oo
kahin mann panchhi aakaash ude
kahin paanv padi zanjeer
is pyaari pyaari duniya mein
kyun alag alag taqdeer
tumko to karodon saal huye
batlaao gagan gambhir
is pyaari pyaari duniya mein
kyun alag alag taqdeer

kyun alag alag taqdeer

kyun alag alag taqdeer

kyun alag alag taqdeer

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हे जगत पिता परमात्मा
करो निर्मल मेरी आत्मा
दुख हरो दयालु
अब सुख दो
सब अवगुण मेरे करो क्षमा
प्रभु करो क्षमा
प्रभु करो क्षमा
हे जगत पिता परमात्मा

आss आsss
आss आsss

तुमको तो करोड़ों साल हुये
बतलाओ गगन गंभीर
इस प्यारी प्यारी दुनिया में
क्यों अलग अलग तक़दीर
तुमको तो करोड़ों साल हुये
बतलाओ गगन गंभीर
इस प्यारी प्यारी दुनिया में
क्यों अलग अलग तक़दीर

मिलते हैं किसी को बिन मांगे ही मोती
ओ ओ ओ
कोई मांगे भी तो भीख नसीब ना होती
ओ ओ ओ
क्या सोच के है मालिक ने रची
ये दो रंगी तस्वीर
इस प्यारी प्यारी दुनिया में
क्यों अलग अलग तक़दीर
तुमको तो करोड़ों साल हुये
बतलाओ गगन गंभीर
इस प्यारी प्यारी दुनिया में
क्यों अलग अलग तक़दीर

कुछ किस्मत वाले सुख से अमृत पीते
ओ ओ ओ
कुछ दिल पर रख कर पत्थर जीवन जीते
ओ ओ ओ
कहीं मन पंछी आकाश उड़े
कहीं पाँव पड़ी ज़ंजीर
इस प्यारी प्यारी दुनिया में
क्यों अलग अलग तक़दीर
तुमको तो करोड़ों साल हुये
बतलाओ गगन गंभीर
इस प्यारी प्यारी दुनिया में
क्यों अलग अलग तक़दीर

क्यों अलग अलग तक़दीर

क्यों अलग अलग तक़दीर

क्यों अलग अलग तक़दीर

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This article is written by Peevesie’s Mom, 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 :

3996 Post No. : 15090

Hullo to all of Atuldom

Welcome to a post which will get a reaction of “Yeh gaana baaki hai???” And I am sure Atulji will put this song under the category “How did I forget to post this song earlier?”.

In the 70s, and for all the 43 years since, this song has been extremely popular. It is a love song where the young couple meet on the sly, in the middle of the night. It was sung by Asha Bhonsle and Kishore Kumar for a sweet seventeen Neetu Singh and a handsome/ charming 23-year-old Rishi Kapoor. It had very simple choreography by PL Raj that made the pair look very adorable. It was written by Gulshan Bawra and set to tune by our today’s birthday boy.

27th June our dear RD Burman would have turned 80. Like I have written in my post which accompanied the song to remember Kishore Kumar on his last birthday, how I wish Pancham or RDB had not left this world when he did. Then the treasure trove of wonderful songs would have been overflowing. But then that was not to be and we lost him in 1994. But there is still a treasure trove which gives us a lot of songs which if played continuously will last us for days on end. There is a song for every mood. Currently as I write this, I have chosen some random songs on amazon prime music which began with “Chaand Churaa Ke Laya Hoon” (‘Devta’, 1978) went on to “Meri Bheegi Bheegi Si Palkon Pe” (‘Anaamika’, 1973) followed by “O Maanjhi Re” (‘Khushboo’, 1975) and has another 20 songs which include “Bangle Ke Peeche Teri Beri Ke Neeche” (‘Samaadhi’, 1972), “Roz Roz Dali Dali” (‘Angoor’, 1982), and “Mera Pyaar. . . Shalimar” (‘Shaimar’, 1978). Now I must admit I love RDB songs and what I chose to hear were songs which I have not heard in a while. I am totally impartial in my selections. 🙂

Now on to today’s song. Thank you, RD Burman, for bequeathing to us a huge set of songs to remember you with.

Editor comment-With this song, Asha Bhonsle completes 2600 songs as a playback singer in the blog.

Song – Ek Main Aur Ek Tu, Dono Miley Is Tarah  (Khel Khel Mein) (1975) Singer – Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Gulshan Baawra, MD – RD Burman
Kishore Kumar + Asha Bhosle

Lyrics

ek main aur ek tu
dono miley is tarah
ek main aur ek tu
dono miley is tarah
aur joh tan mann mein ho raha hai
ye to hona hi tha
ek main aur ek tu
dono miley is tarah
ek main aur ek tu
dono miley is tarah
aur joh tan mann mein ho raha hai
ye to hona hi tha

yoon nahi
milte hai yaar yaar se
de.. mujhe..
pyaar ka jawaab pyar se
dhadkanen hui jawaan
waqt bhi hai meharbaan
phir ye kaisi dooriyan
bolo bolo bolo bolo bolo bolo
ssshhh
ek main aur ek tu
dono miley is tarah
ho oo ek main aur ek tu
dono miley is tarah
ek main aur ek tu
dono miley is tarah
aur joh tan mann mein ho raha hai
ye to hona hi tha

lalalalalalaaa
lalalalallalaaaa

ho.. dooriyan
waqt aane pe mitaayenge
ek.. din..
itna paas paas aayenge
intezaar tab talak
beqaraar tab talak
yoon hi pyar tab talak
bolo bolo bolo bolo bolo bolo
sshh sshh sshh
ek main aur ek tu
dono miley is tarah
haan ek main aur ek tu
dono miley is tarah
aur joh tan mann mein ho raha hai
ye to hona hi tha

dillagi
ban gayi hai dil ki lagi
hey.. zindagi
naam hai isika zindagi
ho khel khel main sanam,
aa gaye jahaan pe hum
rok le wahin kadam
bolo bolo bolo bolo bolo bolo
sshh sshh sshh

ek main aur ek tu
dono miley is tarah
ek main aur ek tu
dono miley is tarah
aur joh tan mann me ho raha hai
hmmm hmmm hmmm hmmm hmmmmm
ye to hona hi tha
. . to hona hi tha
ye to hona hi tha

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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एक मैं और एक तू
दोनों मिले इस तरह
एक मैं और एक तू
दोनों मिले इस तरह
और जो॰ह तन मन में हो रहा है
ये तो होना ही था
एक मैं और एक तू
दोनों मिले इस तरह
एक मैं और एक तू
दोनों मिले इस तरह
और जो॰ह तन मन में हो रहा है
ये तो होना ही था

यूं नहीं
मिलते हैं यार यार से
दे॰॰ मुझे॰॰
प्यार का जवाब प्यार से
धड़कनें हुईं जवां
वक़्त भी है मेहरबान
फिर ये कैसी दूरीयां
बोलो बोलो बोलो बोलो बोलो
शशश
एक मैं और एक तू
दोनों मिले इस तरह
हो ओ एक मैं और एक तू
दोनों मिले इस तरह
और जो॰ह तन मन में हो रहा है
ये तो होना ही था

लालालालालाला॰ ॰ ॰
लालालालालाला॰ ॰ ॰

हो दूरीयां
वक़्त आने पे मिटाएँगे
एक॰॰ दिन॰॰
इतना पास पास आएंगे
इंतज़ार तब तलक
बेक़रार तब तलक
यूं ही प्यार तब तलक
बोलो बोलो बोलो बोलो बोलो
शश शश शश
एक मैं और एक तू
दोनों मिले इस तरह
हाँ एक मैं और एक तू
दोनों मिले इस तरह
और जो॰ह तन मन में हो रहा है
ये तो होना ही था

दिल्लगी॰॰
बन गई है दिल की लगी
हे ज़िंदगी॰॰
नाम है इसी का ज़िंदगी
हो खेल खेल में सनम
आ गए जहां पे हम
रोक ले वहीं कदम
बोलो बोलो बोलो बोलो बोलो
शश शश शश
एक मैं और एक तू
दोनों मिले इस तरह
एक मैं और एक तू
दोनों मिले इस तरह
और जो॰ह तन मन में हो रहा है
हम्म हम्म हम्म हम्म हम्म हम्म
ये तो होना ही था
॰॰ तो होना ही था
ये तो होना ही था


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 : 3972 Post No. : 15058

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2009-19) – Song No. 34
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Ten years back, 3rd June, 2009, five songs and five films. The films are,

Shart 1954
Return of Mr Superman 1960
Ganga Jamuna 1961
Khoj 1971
Ek Baar Muskura Do 1972

The film ‘Shart’ from 1954 made its debut on the blog with the iconic “Naa Ye Chaand Hogaa Na Taare Rahenge”. In terms of completion, the films ‘Shart’ and ‘Ganga Jamuna’ have been yippeee’d already. The remaining songs of the rest of the three films are waiting in the wings.

Coming of 1960s also saw the waning of the career of music director Anil Biswas. Active in the industry since 1935, Anil Biswas has made a very significant and a lasting contribution to the music of Hindi cinema. A trendsetter in many ways, Anil Da has also been responsible to introduce and groom some of the finest singing voices in the industry.

After two and half decades, in the beginning of 1960s, his body of work was reduced to just a trickle. In 1961, he directs the music for ‘Lucky Number’; in 1962, it is ‘Sautela Bhai’; and after many delays, ‘Chhoti Chhoti Baaten’ finally got released in 1965.  And it turns out to be his last film in the industry. He had actually moved to Delhi already, during this time frame (March of 1963) and was working at the All India Radio as the director of the National Orchestra and Chief Producer of the program ‘Sugam Sangeet’.

Today, we revisit one of his lesser known films – ‘Return of Mr Superman’ from 1960. The song is a mujra performance, presented on screen by Heera Sawant. I hope I am correctly identifying the main dancer in this clip. I request other knowledgeable readers and friends to please confirm or correct me. There are other actors in the audience that can be identified. We can clearly make out David and Rajan Haksar. There is another gentleman with ruffled hair and a large round eyes. I request the readers and friends to please help put a name to this face. Also, there is a trio of supporting singers on screen, who lip sync the chorus lines. Again, the request is to help identify these ladies.
[Ed Note: Prakash ji has identified the “. . .gentleman with ruffled hair and a large round eyes.” as Jagdish Kanwal. Thanks Prakash ji.]

The film is produced and directed by Manmohan Sabir, for his home banner – Manmohan Pictures, Bombay. The film has seven songs listed in the Geet Kosh, written by four songwriters – Anand Bakshi, Kaif Irfani, Manmohan Sabir, and PL Santoshi. This song is written by Manmohan Sabir. The music, of course, is by Anil Biswas.

The cast of the film is listed as Jairaj, Sheela Ramani, Helen, David, Naazi, Majnu, Shammi, Ram Mohan, Rajan Haksar, Jagdish Kanwal, Heera Sawant, Nazeer Kashmiri, Mohinder, Saleem Raza, Robert, Gulab, Ramesh, Arvind, Harun, Master Naveen, Krishna, and Funny Walker.

There is one interesting discussion that we have had earlier on this blog, relating to one song purportedly from this film. The song is “Stella O Stella O Stella”. The curiosity about this song is that it has also appeared earlier in the film ‘Chaar Dil Chaar Raahen’ from 1959. This earlier film also has music directed by Anil Biswas. On our blog, it so happens that this song, as it appears in ‘Return of Mr Superman’ is already posted; and the same song as it appears in ‘Chaar Dil Chaar Raahen’ has not yet been posted.

I would like to bring to the notice of interested readers, the fact that this song does NOT appear in the list of songs given in Geet Kosh for the film ‘Return of Mr Superman’. The original song, as appearing in ‘Chaar Dil Chaar Raahen’, written by Sahir Sb, is the correct attribution of this song. The appearance in the later film ‘Return of Mr Superman’ is simply a repeat use, probably inserted at a short notice to fill a certain scenario. The song certainly does not belong to this later film.

Coming back to the song for today – as one listens carefully, one realizes that this is actually a ghazal that has been presented as a mujra. An interesting variation. I am sure we will find more such instances, if we start looking carefully. Earlier, we have identified a couple of ghazals that has been presented as qawwaalis (and I am sure there are more of such instances also). So now we have another variation – I am sure we will find more cases of a ghazal presented as a mujra. As one listens to the wordings, it is really a very endearing expression –

dil to tujh ko de diya, ab jaan bhi de denge hum
jaan lene se na ab, ae jaan e mann ghabraaiye

So, remembering Anil Biswas – his rememberance day was 31st May, just three days ago. Getting on to another 10 year connect. And getting to listen to this wonderful mujra. . .

Editor note-With this song, Meena Kapoor completes 100th song as a singer in the blog.

Song – Dil Milaate Jaaiye Nazren Milaate Jaaiye (Return of Mr Superman) (1960) Singer – Meena Kapoor, Lyrics – Manmohan Sabir, MD – Anil Biswas
Chorus

Lyrics

dil milaate jaaiye..ae..ae
nazren milaate jaaiye
dil milaate jaaiye
nazren milaate jaaiye
ik nazar ae meharbaan
ab aur na tarsaaiye
ik nazar ae meharbaan
ab aur na tarsaaiye

haaye na tarsaaiye
ab aur na tarsaaiye
dil milaate jaaiye
nazren milaate jaaiye
dil milaate jaaiye
nazren milaate jaaiye

aap ka parda rahe aur
hum ko ho deedaar e yaar
aaaa aaaa aaaa aaaa
bach ke duniya ki nazar se
ae ji khwaab mein aa jaaiye
bach ke duniya ki nazar se
khwaab mein aa jaaiye
khwaab mein aa jaaiye
khwaab mein aa jaaiye
dil milaate jaaiye
nazren milaate jaaiye
dil milaate jaaiye
nazren milaate jaaiye

gair ki mehfil mein hum se
parda-daari kis liye
haaan aaaa aaaa aaaa
hum tumhaare hain
tumhaare
tumhaa..are
ae ji hum se na sharmaaiye
hum tumhaare hain
tumhaare
hum se na sharmaaiye
hum se na sharmaaiye ji 
hum se na sharmaaiye
dil milaate jaaiye
nazren milaate jaaiye
dil milaate jaaiye
nazren milaate jaaiye

dil to tujh ko de diya
ho oo oo oo oo
dil to tujh ko de diya
ab jaan bhi de denge hum
haaan aaa aaa aaa aaaa
jaan lene se na ab
ae jaan e mann ghabraaiye
jaan lene se na ab
ae jaan e mann ghabraaiye
jaan e mann ghabraaiye
ji jaan e mann ghabraaiye
dil milaate jaaiye
nazren milaate jaaiye
ik nazar ae meharbaan
ab aur na tarsaaiye
dil milaate jaaiye
nazren milaate jaaiye

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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दिल मिलाते जाइए॰॰ए॰॰ए
नज़रें मिलाते जाइए
दिल मिलाते जाइए
नज़रें मिलाते जाइए
इक नज़र ए मेहरबान
अब और ना तरसाइए
इक नज़र ए मेहरबान
अब और ना तरसाइए

हाए ना तरसाइए
अब और ना तरसाइए
दिल मिलाते जाइए
नज़रें मिलाते जाइए
दिल मिलाते जाइए
नज़रें मिलाते जाइए

आप का पर्दा रहे और
हमको हो दीदार ए यार
आ आ आ आ
बच के दुनिया की नज़र से
ए जी ख्वाब में आ जाइए
बच के दुनिया की नज़र से
ख्वाब में आ जाइए
ख्वाब में आ जाइए
ख्वाब में आ जाइए
दिल मिलाते जाइए
नज़रें मिलाते जाइए
दिल मिलाते जाइए
नज़रें मिलाते जाइए

गैर की महफिल में हमसे
पर्दादारी किस लिए
हाँ आ आ आ आ
हम तुम्हारे हैं
तुम्हारे
तुम्हा॰॰आरे
ए जी हम से ना शर्माइए
हम तुम्हारे हैं
तुम्हारे
हम से ना शर्माइए
हम से ना शर्माइए
जी हम से ना शर्माइए
दिल मिलाते जाइए
नज़रें मिलाते जाइए
दिल मिलाते जाइए
नज़रें मिलाते जाइए

दिल तो तुझको दे दिया
हो ओ ओ ओ ओ
दिल तो तुझको दे दिया
अब जान भी दे देंगे हम
जान लेने से ना अब
ए जान ए मन घबराइए
जान लेने से ना अब
ए जान ए मन घबराइए
जान ए मन घबराइए
जी जान ए मन घबराइए
दिल मिलाते जाइए
नज़रें मिलाते जाइए
इक नज़र ए मेहरबान
अब और ना तरसाइए
दिल मिलाते जाइए
नज़रें मिलाते जाइए


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 : 3915 Post No. : 14977

Today’s song is from the 1981 movie ‘Pyaasa Saawan’. And let us start from where I left in my last post with the song of the same movie here.

The movie starts with a phone ringing in a ‘central hall’ 🙂 of a ‘spacious’ bungalow, and as the phone bell is ringing, servants from all corners of the house run to pick it up. However, they are stopped by PA (Deven Verma),
‘thehro telephone ham uthhayenge. Ham bade maalik ke PA hain yane ke Personal Assistant’.

From the other side Bade Maalik (of course Jeetendra) calling at home from a Bussiness tour (I think) informs his PA about Chhote Maalik’s (double Jeetendra) birthday today and instructs him to arrange a ‘shaandaar party’ and call all ‘milnewaale’ to the party in evening. He also tells his PA that he will be reaching by the evening flight. I don’t know why his PA gets surprised and asked ‘Hawaai jahaz se?

‘kya kahaa ham nahin jaa sakte’, what do you mean? that is how Bade Maalik appears on screen, when he is informed by one of his assistants that flight tickets are not available in any of the services, so Bade Maalik tells him that
‘aaj hamaare bete ka janamdin hai, aur aaj ke din ham duniya ke kisi bhi kone mein ho, ghar zaroor pahunchte hain’,

‘I am sorry Sir, aaj ki flight mein ek bhi seat khaali nahin hai’

‘agar seat khaali nahin to ‘Charter a plane’ …

At home the PA is looking for Chhote Maalik as Bade Maalik has left by plane for home, but where is Chhote Maalik? all servants in the house report the PA that Chhote Maalik is nowhere neither in his room nor in the garden ??

And here we have Chhote Maalik Ravikant (Ravi Kapoor or Jeetendra for us 🙂 ) celebrating his birthday with singing and dancing with his girlfriend and others in a club …

While he performs and entertain us on his birthday with this song dance performance in this movie ‘Pyaasa Saawan-1981’, in real life, we also wish him a very happy birthday and peaceful and healthy life ahead.

***

Today 7th April 2019 is the seventy-seventh (born on 07.04.1942) birth anniversary of actor Jeetendra.
When I thought of presenting the song under discussion, I was doubtful whether I would be able to write with the same passion as I display for other actors like say Rajesh Khanna. But then I have written on actors other than Rajesh Khanna who are part of the ‘nostalgia’ for me
of my growing years’, when we watched movies without being fans of any specific actor/actress. There were several movies of Jeetendra that I had watched during my growing up years and I thank him for the entertainment, the beautiful memories and many lovely songs from his movies.

I remember I watched many of Jeetendra movies with my Parents and elder ones in the family like Uncles. Those were family drama movies and they were mostly from the producers of South. Here I would mention movies like ‘Farz-1967’, ‘Jeene Ki Raah-1969’, ‘Waaris-1969’, ‘Humjoli-1970’, ‘Ek Naari Ek Brahmachari-1971’, ‘Banphool-1971’ which I vaguely remember some of them. Then movies like ‘Badaltey Rishtey-1978’, ‘Swarg Narak-1978’, ‘Aap Ke Deewaane-1979’, ‘The Burning Train-1980’, ‘Pyaasa Saawan-1981’.

I watched many of his movies with brothers and cousins in summer vacations and these were mainly the multi-starrer movies of the seventies. And these were movies like ‘Nagin-1976’, ‘Dharam Veer-1977’, ‘Dildaar-1977’, ‘Nalayak-1978’, ‘Aatish-1979’,’Jaani Dushman-1979’ (this I watched alone), ‘Khoon Aur Paani-1981’, ‘Samrat-1982’, ‘Udhar Ka Sindoor-1976’, ‘Kinaara-1977’, ‘Priyatama-1977’, ‘Jal Mahal-1980’, ‘Nishaana-1980’ (which I must have watched during end seventies or early eighties)

This trend continued till ‘Himmatwala’. It was round this time that ‘Souten’ and ‘Avtaar’ were released and then it was mainly Rajesh Khanna for me.

Nebertheless I remember that my grandmother, aunts and others tenants in our building wanting to watch ‘Tohfaa-1984’ had asked me to do the advance booking for this movie and so I watched this movie too.

Around the same time, I watched his ‘Farz-1967’, ‘Khilona-1970’, ‘Ek Bechaara-1972’. I watched ‘Maqsad-1984’ because of Rajesh Khanna.

After that as I grew up and was already working, I watched his ‘Geet Gaya Pathhrone-1964’, ‘Gunaahon Ka Devta-1967’. The other reason watching for ‘Geet Gaya Pathhrone’ was it was V. Shantaram’s movie. Then I watched his ‘Caravan-1971’, and all this was during 1985-1988. I also watched ‘Pataal Bhairavi-1985’ for the fantasy factor in it.

I think I had watched ‘Swarg Se Sunder-1986’, ‘Locket-1986’, ‘Souten Ki Beti-1989’,

I think I watched ‘Parichay-1972’, ‘Aasha-1980’, ‘Karmyogi-1978’ either on TV or VCR much later than above.

I must have watched some of his other movies either in theatre or on TV, like ‘Mere Hamsafar’, ‘Dharti Kahe Pukaar Ke’ etc. but don’t remember them.

Also, I must have watched some of his earlier movies or part of them on TV but I don’t remember.

I don’t remember to have watched any Jeetendra movies after that all these years except when I watched ‘Dil Aur Deewaar-1977’ last year on an online facility and on my mobile phone. This was for post with a song from this movie and since I had nostalgia about this movie’s name but had not watched it in those years.

Watching movies then was always enjoyable and it would be interesting now to watch his movies by conscious selection which I have missed, movies like ‘Mere Huzoor-1968’ (which I don’t remember to have watched) or ‘Boond Jo Ban Gaye Moti-1967’, ‘Jigri Dost-1969’ (of which couple of songs are my favorites) and of course ‘Naya Rastaa-1970’ which has songs penned by Sahir Saab.

‘Deedaar-E-Yaar-1982’ is another movie which I think I should watch. And then ‘Apnapan-1977’, ‘Maang Bharo Sajna-1980’, ‘Arpan-1983’, ‘Nishaan-1983’ (for Kaka), and ‘Mehndi Rang Laayegi-1982’ …

Many more to the wish list … and it is my mistake if I have missed to add any of his ‘must-watch’ movies in the above list, like I remember my seniors liked ‘Meri Aawaaz Suno-1981’ very much then, which I am yet to watch.

Now we come back to today’s song which is sung by Kishore Kumar and lip-synced by Jeetendra. Reena Roy is accompanying him in this performance and we can see many others in the picturization of this song.

Lyrics are by Santosh Anand and music is composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal.

The movie had six songs in it. Five songs have been covered in the past. Here is the list of these songs already covered in the blog:

1 Tera saath hai to Multiple version song 915 17-Mar-09
2 O meri chammak challo 970 25-Mar-09
3 Megha re megha re 6412 10-Aug-12
4 In haseen waadiyon se 14933 17-Mar-19

This is the final song from this movie ‘Pyaasa Saawan-1981’ and with this ‘Pyaasa Saawan-1981’ has all its songs covered on the blog. 🙂

This song is the 800th song of Laxmikant Pyarelal as music directors.

Once again wishing Jeetendra a very happy birthday today, let us now enjoy this song …

Video

Audio

Song-Main wahaan hoon jahaan hain mastiyaan (Pyaasa Saawan)(1981) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Santosh Anand, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
Chorus

Lyrics

Zu oo
ho ho ho o
Raa raa raa
He he he
Hoye ae
Hoye ae
He ae

Main wahaan hoon
Jahaan hain
Main wahaan hoon
Jahaan hain
Mastiyaan
shokhiyaan
Bijliyaan aan
Titliyaan
Ho ho
Main wahaan hoon
Jahaan hain
Mastiyaan
shokhiyaan
Bijliyaan
Titliyaan aa

Lalalalaa
Laalalalaa
Laalaalalalaa
Tu ru tu ru tu ru tu ru
Lalalalalaa
Laalalalaa
Laalaalalalaa
Tu ru tu ru tu ru tu ru

Hoye
Kar lo pyaar jawaani mein
Kar lo pyaar
Ho ho ho
Kar lo pyaar
Ho ho o
Kar lo pyaar jawaani mein
Ye kaam zaroori hai
Warna zindagaani ki
Tasveer adhoori hai
Hey ae
Kar lo pyaar jawaani mein
Ye kaam zaroori hai
Warna zindagaani ki
Tasveer adhoori hai ae
Ye haseen mehfilein
Milengin phir kahaan
Ho ho
Main wahaan hoon
Jahaan hain
Mastiyaan
Hoo hoo hoo
Shokhiyaan
Hoo hoo hoo
Bijliyaan
Hoo hoo hoo
Titliyaan aa

Wai wai
Mazaa jawaani ka yaaron
Na liya jawaani mein
To socho aakhir hamne kya kiya
Jawaani mein
Hey ae
Mazaa jawaani ka yaaron
Na liya jawaani mein
To socho aakhir hamne kya kiya
Jawaani mein
Pyaar bina aa
Kis tarah
Beetenge din jawaan
Ho ho
Main wahaan hoon
Jahaan hain
Mastiyaan
Hoo hoo hoo
Shokhiyaan
Hoo hoo hoo
Bijliyaan
Hoo hoo hoo
Titliyaan
Ho ho
Main wahaan hoon
Jahaan hain
Mastiyaan
Hoo hoo hoo
Shokhiyaan
Hoo hoo hoo
Bijliyaan aa
Hoo hoo hoo
Titliyaan aa
Hoo


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Blog Day : 3898 Post No. : 14945

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Blog ten year challenge (2009-2019)- Song number 20
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Today (21 march 2019) is the festival of Holi. Indian festivals are based on Indian festivals and so they fall on different days in different years vis a vis Gregorian Calender). For instance, ten years ago in 2009, Holi festival had taken place on 11 march.

It is not possible to have Ten year challenge for Holi festival songs, because first, the festival falls on different days in different years of Gregorian calender (as discussed above). Secondly, one movie normally has only one Holi song. I have yet to come across a movie that has two separate Holi songs.

This article is not a Holi song, but it is a “Blog Ten Year Challenge” song nevertheless. And it is a very special song as we will come to know soon enough.

Seven songs from seven different movies were covered in the blog on 21 march 2009. Out of these movies, “Dhoop Chhaaon”(1935), “Acchut Kanya”(1936), “Aag”(1948) , Anaadi”(1959) and “Kaaliya”(1981) have been YIPPEED by now. So that leaves only two movies viz “Jantar Mantar”(1964) and “Chaandni”(1989) that are eligible for blog ten year challenge today (21 march 2009).

The movie “Jantar Mantar”(1964) was directed by Radhakant for Omkar enterprises, Bombay. This “kalpnik” movie, which basically means a C grade movie, had Mahipal, Vijaya Chaudhary, Ulhas, Sherri, Jeewankala, Babu Raje, Mridula, Qamar, Ghanshyam, Ajeet Kumar, Dubey, Kesri, Saiyyad, Rajmala, Madhumati etc in it.

The movie has six songs. One song from this movie has been covered in the past. And that one song was discussed exactly ten years ago on 21 march 2009. One song covered in 21 march 2009 and then no khoj khabar of this movie for full one decade. Bahut naainsaafi hai !

That one song from this movie was a Rafi-Suman Kalyanpur duet. The second song from this movie, which is being discussed today after exactly ten years is a Rafi-Suman Kalyanpur duet as well. And this is no ordinary Rafi-Suman Kalyanpur duet. This song, a rare song, is the one hundredth Rafi-Suman Kalyanpur duet in the blog.

With this song, Rafi-Suman Kalyanpur become the seventh singing duo to have a century of their duet songs in the blog. Here are the details of these singing duos:

singing duo Number of duet songs in the blog
Rafi-Asha Bhonsle 518
Rafi-Lata 335
Kishore Kumar-Asha Bhonsle 219
Kishore Kumar-Lata 193
Mukesh-Lata 139
Rafi-Geeta Dutt 107
Rafi-Suman Kalyanpur 100

The song is penned by Hasrat Jaipuri. Music is composed by Sardar Malik. This song is picturised on Mahipal and Vijaya Chaudhary. Incidentally, a song of Anu Malik, Sardar Malik’s son and Hasrat Jaipur I’d nephew was covered in the blog earlier today.


Song-Jaadu dekhe tone dekhe (Jantar Mantar)(1964) Singers-Rafi, Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Sardar Malik
Both

Lyrics

jaadu dekhe tone dekhe
dekhe sab jantar
bigdi baat bana dete hain
pyaar ke do mantar
main hoon pyaasi prem deewaani
aisi baat na kar
main hoon teri tu hai mera
manchaahe dilbar

main door kahin jaaun
aakaash ke taaron mein
ulfat ko nibhaaungi
toofaan ke dhaaron mein
toofaan ke dhaaron mein
hum donon ki ek lagan hai
dil mein dil ka ghar
main hoon teri tu hai mera
manchaahe dilbar

jaadu dekhe tone dekhe
dekhe sab jantar
bigdi baat bana dete hain
pyaar ke do mantar

ye pyaas to saagar hai
main doob ke jaata hoon
tere hi ujaalon se
har cheez ko paata hoon
har cheez ko paata hoon
lab par tera naam suhaana
duniya ka kya darr
bigdi baat bana dete hain
pyaar ke do mantar
jaadu dekhe tone dekhe
dekhe sab jantar
bigdi baat bana dete hain
pyaar ke do mantar

kyun dekhoon kisi ko main
tum meri mohabbat ho
jeewan ka sahaara ho
aankhon ki ibaadat ho
aankhon ki ibaadat ho
koi na samjhe dil aurat ka
hota hai mandir
main hoon teri tu hai mera
manchaahe dilbar

jaadu dekhe tone dekhe
dekhe sab jantar
bigdi baat bana dete hain
pyaar ke do mantar


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Blog Day : 3877 Post No. : 14900

I began “Blog Ten year challenge (2009-2019)” early this year. As many as ten songs are covered in this series so far. Three other regulars (viz M/s Avinash Scrapwala, Sadanand Kamath and Sudhir Ji) have also chipped in with their articles in this series. In this series, we cover a song from a movie whose song (some other song obviously) was covered in the blog ten years ago on the same day.

There were days when no movies were eligible for “Blog Ten year challenge (2009-2019)” because all the songs covered on that day ten years ago had been YIPPEED by now.

I also noticed that those days in 2009 saw as many as six or seven songs being covered daily. That is in such sharp contrast to the present scene in 2019 where we are barely averaging one song daily thus finally living up to the blog name of “song a day”. 🙂

It basically tells us that a lot of things change in ten years. I was ten years younger in 2009. The blog too was just a few months old and I had a kind of passion and motivation for the blog that I now find impossible to summon for myself.

In one’s younger days, one is not as much in control of one’s life (professional as well as personal) as one becomes later in life. With time, one rises up the ladder in profession life. Simultaneously, ones kids also grow up.

In short, one feels far less in control of one’s life in one’s younger days. Still, that is compensated by youthful energy, passion and motivation. With time, one gains control of one’s life but begins to lose on the gifts of youthful energy, passion and motivation. 🙂

Despite being less in control of my life, I still had time and energy for online activities (which was something new those days). After spending nearly four years in various cricket forums (2004-2008), I began to try my hand in blogging in 2008. This blog was my second blog. My first blog was also related to HFM and associated topics and the articles in that blog were quite exhaustive and time consuming to write. If that blog was like test match, then this song blog was like ODI. 🙂 Much easier and less time consuming. 🙂

Just like ODI is more popular than test cricket, the song blog became popular whereas the other original blog fell by the way side. I posted fifty articles in that blog and then totally stopped updating that. That blog is now lying neglected, with the last post appearing nearly ten years ago in august 2009.

I found posting in the song blog a breeze, that is why I was able to cover six to seven songs everyday in the blog.

That was then ! Today, ten years later, even posting one song a day seems like too much work. Curiously, I had far more workload on me in professional and personal fronts ten years ago. Today I am almost in full control on both fronts. Still my present blog post productivity has taken a major hit. 🙂

There are reasons for that, of course. One reason could be that I posted with an uncluttered mind, like how Sehwag used to bat with an uncluttered mind. In fact, I recall Raja commenting those days that the blog centuries were coming at Sehwag like rate (viz in 14 to 15 days). 🙂

Another cricket concept that we have in the blog is dot day, like how there are dot balls in cricket. The blog more or less lived upto its aim of posting songs everyday come rain or shine, festivals or holidays. But still there are unavaoidable circumstances due to which there have been no posts on certain days. We call those days as dot days for the blog.

When I look at the dot days in the blog, I find that the year 2008 (when this blog began), there were three dot days, viz. 22 sep, 23 sep and 25 september. 2009, the first full year for the blog had as many as 25 dot days. Year 2010 saw a whopping 61 dot days. Year 2011 had 36 dot days.

Situation “improved” in 2012 with only 5 dot days whereas 2013 saw 7 dot days.

Next three years were bad. 2014 had 27, 2015 had 22 and 2016 had 22 dot days.

Amazingly, 2017 was a year with ZERO dot days. So there was a post every day in the year 2017. What an achievement for the blog that year, though I was not aware of it till a few days back.

2018 saw 7 dot days.

So far every day of 2019 has seen at least one post in the blog.

So overall there have been 215 dot days out of 3877 days that the blog has been in existence.

I mentioned above that 2009 had 25 dot days. The first dot day of 2009 was this day ten years ago, viz 28 february 2009.

Now, I would not like today to be a day without posts as part of my ten year challenge. 🙂 It only means that today is a day when blog ten year challenge cannot take place. 🙂

Today 28 february 2019 is the last day of the month. It is the day of clearing hisaab, viz that of milkman etc. It is also the day when many people whose birthday falls in the month superannuate if it was their 60th birthday.

It is a good time for the blog to notch another century, viz century number 149, in other words song post number 14900. This century has taken a glacial 72 days to arrive. The century must have been slow , but looking at the bright side, there was no dot day during these 72 days. 🙂

The song that I have chosen for the occasion is from “Shyam Tere Kitne Naam”(1977). This movie was produced by Vinod Kumar and A Narang and directed by Shantilal Soni. The movie had Sachin, Sarika, Meena T, Manhar Desai, Bharat Bhooshan, Shyama, Jalal Agha, Sunder etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Two songs have been covered in the blog.

The song under discussion is sung by Hemlata. Anjaan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ravindra Jain.

The song is picturised on Sarika and Sachin, who were a hit jodi of low budget movies in 1970s (mostly produced by Rajshree Productions).

This song marks the birth anniversary of Ravindra Jain (28 february 1944-9 October 2015). This song also happens to be the 100th song of Ravindra Jain in the blog as a music director. So Ravindra Jain becomes the latest centurion in the blog. He is the 36th music director and the 87th artist overall to have one hundred (or above) of his songs showcased in the blog.

As always, I thank one and all for their continuous support and encouragement which keeps fuelling the blog which in turn continues to chug on and on relentlessly in its musical journey.


Song-Aaj tak jo kaha tumne kaha (Shyaam Tere Kitne Naam)(1977) Singer-Hemlata, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Ravindra Jain

Lyrics

hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
ho ho
ho ho
aaa aaa
hmm hmm

aaj tak jo kaha tumne kaha
aaj tak jo suna maine suna
aaj tak jo kaha tumne kaha
aaj tak jo suna maine suna
mere man ki lagi man mein rahi
ab saajna aa aa
main boloongi
main boloongi main boloongi
aaj tak jo kaha tumne kaha
aaj tak jo suna maine suna

dabe dabe bol mere geet ke
ho meri dhadkan se hotho pe aa gaye
piya mera jiya tum jeet ke
ho mere jeewan pe suraj se chha gaye
lagne lagi duniya nayi
lagne lagi duniya nayi
tumhi tumhi tumhi
meri ankhiyon ko bha gaye
aaj tak jo kaha tumne kaha
aaj tak jo suna maine suna
mere man ki lagi
man mein rahi
ab sajna aa aa aa
main boloongi main boloongi main boloongi
aaj tak jo kaha tumne kaha
aaj tak jo suna maine suna

bujhe bujhe deep jale saanwre
ho naye sukh jaage
dukh saare so gaye
mili naye sapnon ki chaaaw re
mere din kitne rangeen ho gaye
aansu bhare wo pal mere
aansu bhare wo pal mere
yahin kahin yahin kahin
abhi abhi kho gaye
aaj tak jo kaha tumne kaha
aaj tak jo suna maine suna
mere man ki lagi man mein rahi
manmohana aa aa aa
main boloongi
mai boloongi mai boloongi
aaj tak jo kaha tune kaha
aaj tak jo suna maine suna

bandhi bandhi nadi meri preet ki
ho dekho chal di kinaare tod ke
baanh mili man chaahe meet ki
ho tere rang rangi jag saara chhod ke
tumse mili to jee uthhi
tumse mili to jee uthhi
nahin nahin jaana nahin
kabhi mukh mod ke
aaj tak jo kaha tumne kaha
aaj tak jo suna maine suna
mere man ki lagi man mein rahi
ab saajna aa aa aa
main boloongi
main boloongi main boloongi

main boloongi
main boloongi main boloongi
aaj tak jo kaha tumne kaha
aaj tak jo suna maine suna


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Blog Day : 3805 Post No. : 14800

There was a time when Blog century used to be so common that there used to be as many as two such occasions every month. How times have changed. Now we have one blog century in two months !

Song post number 14600 was covered on August 2018. Next song post number 14700 was covered on 17 october 2018. Now more than two months (62 days) later, at a strike rate of less than two songs a day, now we reach song post number 14800 !

I am not able to specifically pinpoint the reasons for this slow progress. There may be several reasons. One reason could be that I have become “busy”. I would summarily reject this reason. I am not busy any more than what I was during 2011 and 2012 when the blog saw centuries every 16 days. I still recall some music lovers complaining that theere were far too many song notifications every day spamming the inboxes of the subscribers. 🙂 And curiously enough, I used to think that the number of songs being posted those days was rather low. 🙂

One reason for slow progress these days coould be because we have become rather conscious of “records”, unlike the case in the past. During 2011 and 2012, we were not conscious about YIPPEE movies, debutant movies, count of songs in the movie etc. Yhose were simple days when we just covered songs as they occured to us, with far less planning. Today, considerable time is taken up in deciding which song to cover. Since so many thousands of songs have already been covered, searching for songs to cover also takes time now a days. So many songs from yesteryears have been covered that every new song that we discuss from those years appears like a gold dust to me. Unlike in the past, we rarely discuss songs composed by Naushad, Shankar Jaikishan, O P Nayyar, S D Burman etc mainly because bulk of the songs of these composers have already been covered and we are now scraping the bottom of the barrel, as far as remaining songs of these composers are concerned.

Same is the case for singers like say Mukesh, Talat Mehmood, Suraiyya etc. Bulk of songs sung by them have already been covered. In case of K l Saigal and Suraiyya, we have covered each and every song that is available.

During the early days of the year 2018, our new year resolution of covering one debutant song and ne YIPPEE song daily was adhered to with great discipline for the first four months before this resolution had to be abandoned.

Though we in the blog seem less prolific this days, but that is more than compensated by the research work related to HFM that goes on in the background. The well researched articles full of difficult to find information that our inhouse researchers, Mr Arunkumar Deshmuh and Mr Sadanand Kamath regularly come up with have added considerably to our knowledge of forgotten artists and movies of the past. Mr Sudhir Kapur has been digging up forgotten movies of 1960s, some of them so obscure that no details were known about them till they were discussed here. So, we many have slowed down in number of posts, but the quality of posts by our inhouse research scholars remains as high as ever.

Peevesie’s mom, despite being busy, heroically comes up with articles on the occasion of anniversaries of artists and also blog regulars. Regulars like Prakashchandra, Avinash Scrapwala, Mahesh Mamadapur etc silently keep adding value to the blog. So we continue to forge ahead, even if at a slow pace than before

Whenever we discuss a blog century song, we try to combine it with some other special occasion. This blog century post number 13800 is no different. We combine this article with the blog century of an artist. With this song, lyricist Yogesh completes one hundred songs in the blog.

I have gone through the filmography of Yogesh. Here I present the full filmography of Yogesh. This should serve as a ready reference as far as the HFM career of Yogesh is concerned.

I request reders to point out errors/ omissions in the filmography so that it can be made better and more compelete.

Filmography of Yogesh
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SNO Movie Title (year) MD Songs of Yogesh in blog Songs of Yogesh in movie Remarks
1 Sakhi Robin (1962) Robin Bannerji 4 6 All songs by Yogesh
2 Rocket Tarzan (1963) Robin Bannerji 1 6 All songs by Yogesh
3 Krisnavtaar (1964) Suresh Kumar 1 5 Total nine songs in movie
4 Marvel Man (1964) Robin Bannerji 3 6 Total seven songs in movie
5 Flying Circus (1965) Robin Bannerji 1 6 All songs by Yogesh
6 Spy in Goa (1966) Robin Bannerji 2 6 All songs by Yogesh
7 Tarzan ki mehbooba (1966) Suresh Kumar 1 2 Total six songs in movie
8 Ek Raat (1967) Usha Khanna 3 3 Total six songs in movie. All covered
9 Anand (1971) Salil Chaudhary 4 4 Total five songs in movie. All covered
10 Nanhi Kaliyaan (1971) Surendra NIL 2 Total five songs in movie. None covered
11 Annadaata (1972) Salil Chaudhary 6 6 All songs by Yogesh. All covered
12 Anokha Daan (1972) Salil Chaudhary 4 4 Total five songs in movie. All covered
13 Bansi Birju (1972) Vijay Raghav Rao 2 7 All songs by Yogesh
14 Mere Bhaiyya (1972) Salil Chaudhary 2 3 Total five songs in movie
15 Sabse Bada Sukh (1972) Salil Chaudhary NIL 2 Total two songs in movie. None covered
16 Bada Kabootar (1973) R D Burman 1 5 All songs by Yogesh
17 Honeymoon (1973) Usha Khanna 4 4 All songs by Yogesh. All covered
18 Nanha Shikaari (1973) Bappi Lahiri NIL 2 Total five songs in movie. One covered
19 Sonal (1973) Manna Dey NIL 4 Total four songs in movie. None covered
20 Jai Radhekrishna (1974) Vasant Desai NIL 5 Total five songs in movie. None covered
21 Manzilein Aur Bhi Hain (1974) Bhupinder Soni NIL 4 Total four songs in movie. None covered
22 Rajnigandha (1974) Salil Chaudhary 2 2 All songs by Yogesh. All covered
23 Us paar (1974) S D Burman 5 5 All songs by Yogesh. All covered
24 Mazaaq (1975) R D Burman 1 2 All songs by Yogesh.
25 Mili (1975) S D Burman 3 3 All songs by Yogesh. All covered
26 Chhoti Si Baat (1976) Salil Chaudhary 3 3 All songs by Yogesh. All covered
27 Anand Mahal (1977) Salil Chaudhary 1 2 Total four songs in movie
28 Chala Murari Hero Banne(1977) R D Burman 2 6 All songs by Yogesh
29 Jeewan Mukt (1977) R D Burman NIL 4 All songs by Yogesh. None covered
30 Mamta (1977) Shyamal Mitra 1 4 All songs by Yogesh
31 Minoo (1977) Salil Chaudhary 2 5 All songs by Yogesh
32 Priyatma (1977) Rajesh Roshan 1 1 Five songs in movie. All songs covered
33 Safed Jhoothh(1977) Shyamal Mitra NIL 4 All songs by Yogesh. None covered
34 Besharam (1978) Kalyanji Anandji 1 4 All songs by Yogesh
35 Daamaad (1978) Hemant Bhonsle 1 4 All songs by Yogesh
36 Dillagi (1978) Rajesh Roshan 4 4 All songs by Yogesh. All songs covered
37 Kaanoon ka shikaar (1978) Meena Mangeshkar NIL 3 Five songs in movie. None covered
38 Pal Do Pal Ka Saath (1978) Shyam Sagar 1 1 Four songs in movie.
39 Baaton Baaton Mein (1979) Rajesh Roshan 2 2 Four songs in movie. All songs covered
40 Do Ladke Donon Kadke (1979) Hemant Kumar NIL 2 All songs by Yogesh.
41 Hamaare Tumhaare (1979) R D Burman 2 5 All songs by Yogesh
42 Jeena Yahaan (1979) Salil Chaudhary 1 3 All songs by Yogesh
43 Saahas (1979) Amin Sangeet unknown unknown Five songs in movie. Breakup of songs among lyricists (Yogesh and Anjaan) unknown
44 Love in Canada (1979) Hemant Kumar 1 5 All songs by Yogesh
45 Manzil (1979) R D Burman 4 4 All songs by Yogesh (one multiple version song)
46 Raj Kumari (1979) Suresh Kumar NIL 6 All songs by Yogesh. None covered
47 Sampark (1979) Ravindra Jain NIL 4 All songs by Yogesh. None covered
48 Apne Paraaye (1980) Bappi Lahiri 2 4 All songs by Yogesh
49 Chaalbaaz (1980) Madan Mohan NIL 4 All songs by Yogesh. None covered
50 Chemmen Lehren (1980) Salil Chaudhary NIL 4 All songs by Yogesh. None covered
51 Room No 203 (1980) Salil Chaudhary NIL 2 Four songs in movie
52 Agni Pareeksha (1981) Salil Chaudhary 4 4 All songs by Yogesh. All songs covered
53 Chalo Bhor Ke Raahi (1981) Salil Chaudhary NIL 1 One song in movie
54 Naani Maa (1981) Salil Chaudhary NIL 2 All songs by Yogesh
55 Adhoora Aadmi (1982) R D Burman NIL 5 All songs by Yogesh
56 Anokha Bandhan (1982) Usha Khanna NIL 1 Six songs in movie. None covered
57 Shaukeen (1982) R D Burman 6 6 All songs by Yogesh. All songs covered
58 Bekhabar (1983) Usha Khanna NIL 3 Six songs in movie. None covered
59 Chatpatee (1983) Basu Manohari NIL 7 All songs by Yogesh. None covered
60 Kisi Se Na Kehna (1983) Bappi Lahiri NIL 5 All songs by Yogesh. None covered
61 Pasand Apni Apni (1983) Bappi Lahiri Unknown Unknown Six songs in movie. Breakup between lyricists ( Anjaan /Yogesh) not known
62 Raaste Aur Rishte (1983) Usha Khanna NIL 5 All songs by Yogesh. None covered
63 Rang Birangi (1983) R D Burman 2 4 All songs by Yogesh
64 Hanste Khelte (1984) Govind Naresh NIL 4 All songs by Yogesh. None covered
65 Laakhon ki baat (1984) Manas Mukherji NIL 5 All songs by Yogesh. None covered
66 I love you (1985) Usha Khanna NIL 5 All songs by Yogesh. None covered
67 Ehsaan Aap Ka (1986) Ravindra Jain NIL 4 All songs by Yogesh. None covered
68 Sheesha (1986) MD-Bappi Lahiri NIL 4 All songs by Yogesh. None covered
69 Tahkhaana(1986) Ajit Singh Unknown Unknown Three songs in movie. Breakup between lyricists ( Kafeel Azar /Yogesh) not known
70 Kaal Chakra (1988) Vijay Batalvi NIL 2 All songs by Yogesh. None covered
71 Trishaagni (1989) Salil Chaudhary Only one song in the movie. According to director Nabendu Ghosh’s book, this song is penned by Nabendu Ghosh
72 Aakhri Badla (1990) Salil Chaudhary NIL 4 All songs by Yogesh. None covered
73 Pyaar Bhara Dil (1991) Nikhil Vinay NIL 6 All songs by Yogesh. None covered
74 Ganga Ka Vachan (1992) Nikhil Vinay NIL 2 Six songs in movie. None covered
75 Jeena Marna Tere Sang (1992) Dilip Sen Samir Sen NIL 1 Thirteen songs in movie. None covered
76 Jhoothhi Shaan (1992) R D Burman NIL 4 Five songs in movie. None covered
77 Umar Pachpan Ki Dil Bachpan Ka (1992) Dilip Samir NIL 7 All songs by Yogesh. None covered
78 Aaja Meri Jaan (1993) Amar Utpal NIL 4 Fourteeen songs songs in movie. None covered
79 Chor Aur Chaand (1993) Nikhil Vinay NIL 9 Ten songs in movie. None covered
80 Dil Apna Preet Paraai (1993) Usha Khanna NIL 3 All songs by Yogesh. None covered
81 Dulaara (1994) Nikhil Vinay NIL 2 Eight songs in movie. None covered
82 Shikhar (1995) Nikhil Vijay NIL 1 Ten songs in movie. None covered
83 Soorajmukhi (1995) Ajay Swami NIL 2 Eight songs in movie. None covered
84 Apne Dam Per (1996) Aadesh Srivastav NIL 1 Seven songs in movie. None covered
85 English Babu Desi Mem (1996) Nikhil Vinay NIL 6 Seven songs in movie. None covered
86 Smuggler (1996) Bappi Lahiri NIL 2 Seven songs in movie. None covered
87 Gudgudee (1997) Bappi Lahiri NIL 4 Six songs in movie. None covered
88 Ham Hain Pyaar Mein (2002) Nishaad Vaidhya NIL 6 All songs by Yogesh. None covered
89 Sssshhh… (2003) Anu Malik NIL 1 Six songs in movie. None covered
90 Dushmani (2002) Nikhil Vinay NIL 1 Five songs in movie. None covered
91 Ye Lamhe Judaai Ke (2004) Nikhil Vinay NIL 2 Eight songs in movie. None covered
92 Suno Na (2009) Sanjay Chaudhary NIL 6 All songs by Yogesh. None covered
93 Khaap (2011) Anujj Kappoo NIL 3 Nine songs in movie. None covered

Coming to the song under discussioon, the song is from “Mazaaq”(1975). This by now forgotten movie was directed by Kumar for Indira Films Bombay. The movie had Vinod Mehra, Mausami Chatterji, Aruna Irani, Ifthikhar, Mehmood, Mridula, Bhagwan, Kanhaiyyalal, Agha, Keshto Mukherji, Mukri, Ridku, Shakeel, Ratan Gaurang, Gopal Mukherji, Samar Roy, V Gopal, Viju Khote, Asrani etc in it. The movie had guest appearances by Shubha Khote, Ravi Ghosh, Paintal, and special appearances by Basu Chatterji and S Ramnathan.

This movie had only two songs in it. First song is covered in the past.

Here is the second and final song from “Mazaaq”(1975) to appear in the blog. The song is a two part song. Part one is sung by Mohammed Rafi and it is lip synced by Vinod Mehra. Part II is a duet which is sung by Mohammed Rafi and Mehmood. It is picturised on Vinod Mehra and Mehmood. The song can be described as the title song as well as “advice” song.

Yogesh is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.

I vaguely remember having heard this song and then I forgot all about this song. It was only while searching for this song and playing it that I realised that I had last heard this song more than four decades ago ! Needless to state that I had no clue about the details of this song.

In a way, this forgotten gem of a song is a song fit to be covered as a special song in the blog.

With this song, the blog ticks one more landmark. Let us hope that this musical bandwagon, whicgh is moving at a slow pace will soon gain some momentum and will hopefully pick up the speed of train 18, if not bullet train. 🙂

I take this opportunity to thank one and all whose continued support and well wishes are the fuel on which this music bandwagon feeds.

Part I


Part II

Song-Paagal zamaane mein is paagalkhaane mein(Mazaaq)(1975) Singers-Rafi, Mehmood, Lyrics-Yogesh, MD-R D Burman
Both

Lyrics

Part I
—————-
paagal zamaane mein
is paagal khaane mein
sabse tu paagal jee ban ke mil
paagal zamaane mein
is paagal khaane mein
sabse tu paagal jee ban ke mil
paagal ke liye hai maaf
kuchh bhi wo kare mazaak
sun ae mere dil
paagal zamaane mein
is paagal khaane mein
sabse tu paagal jee ban ke mil
paagal ke liye hai maaf
kuchh bhi wo kare mazaak
sun ae mere dil
arre sun ae mere dil

duniya ka ye mela
hoon phir bhi main akela
aandhi mein jaise chiraag
kaisi hai ye uljhan
ke suljhaaye jitna man
utna hi uljhe dimaag
kaabil to bhookha mare
paagal jo chaahe kare
kaisa hai mazaak
paagal zamaane mein
is pagal khaane mein
sabse tu pagal jee ban ke to mil
paagal ke liye hai maaf
kuchh bhi wo kare mazaak
sun ae mere dil
arre sun ae mere dil

jal mein dhobi pyaasa
jab dekha ye tamaasha
tab jaa ke samjha main baat
jab tak khud na chaahen
nahin dhoonden khud hum raahen
dega nahin koi saath
matlab ka hai ye jahaan
inan hai aise yahaan
bolen din ko raat
paagal zamaane mein
is pagal khane me
sabse tu pagal jee ban ke to mil
paagal ke liye hai maaf
kuchh bhi wo kare mazaak
sun ae mere dil
are sun ae mere dil

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Part II
——————————
samajh hai moti teri
jab ungli hogi tedhi
tab hi to niklega ghi
thheek hai
thheek hai
kya kehne hain tere
arre yaar kasam se mere
sach baat toone kahi

ham tum kya pade pade
takte hain khade khade
kar ke dillagi
arre paagal zamaane mein
is paagal khaane mein
sabse tu paagal hi ban ke mil
paagal ke liye hai maaf
kuchh bhi wo kare mazaak
sun ae mere dil
arre sun ae mere dil

oo oo
hahahaha
bol
bol apna thhobda khol
bol
ooohahahaha

maare kaun sa jaadu
jo bankar ghoome baabu
gadbad ghotala hain kya
gadbad ghotala hai kya
gadbad ghotala hain kya
gadbad ghotala
gadbad gadbad gadbad
gadbabd
gadbad ghotala hain kya

arey fark raha kya tujh mein
aur fark raha kya mujh mein
tujhko agar doon bata
yaaron se nahin chhupa
kha pi ke maze uda
toone sach kaha
aa toone sach kaha

paagal zamaane mein
is paagal khaane mein
sabse tu paagal hi ban ke mil
paagal ke liye hai maaf
kuchh bhi wo kare mazaak
sun ae mere dil
arre sun ae mere dil


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Blog Day : 3743 Post No. : 14700

Those who have followed cricket for as long as I have, old time cricket followers may recall that test cricket centuries used to be quite rare. One test Indian batsman managed to score one test century in one test series then it waas considered a major cricketing achievement. One Indian cricketer scoring more than one test century in a test series was a rarity. It was quite a rarity indeed when Sunil Gavaskar scored as many as four test centuries in one test series, and that too his debut series.

It was three years later that Gavaskar would score his next test century in 1974. After that he did not look back snce and went on to make a record breaking 34 test centuries. Subsequently we have another little master, namely Sachin Tendulkar who rewrote that hrecord by scoring more than 50 test centuries and more than one hundred internationa centuries.

In olden days, we often found batsmen batting quite slowly and taking almost one full day to score a century. Mudassar Nazar of Pakistan took 557 minutes to score a test century in 1977-78 against England. He faced 419 balls to reach his century. In contrast, we had someone like Virender Sehwag who scored a triple century against South Africa in 278 deliveries.

We in this blog also regularly score centuries of posts. We have had 146 such centuries so far. quite a few of these centuries have been Sehwag like when 100 posts were completed in 16 days or even less. Such fast centuries have been described as Sehwag like by our regulars- such as Raja.

On the other end of the scale, sometimes our centuries have been painfully slow, like Chris Tavare or Mudassar Nazar. We “fondly” remember both because they often found it easy to showcase their “talent” against India.

This post is the 14700th song post for the blog or in other words this post marks the 147th century for the blog. This century has come at a Mudassar Nazar like rate. It has taken us as many as 53 days to reach this century.

This song is a rare song from “Fariyaadi”(1953).

“Fariyaadi”(1953) was produced and directed by Habib Sarhadi for Habib Productions, Bombay. This “social” movie had Rehman, Shakuntala, Mirza Musharraf, Wazir Mohammad Khan, Ramesh Thakkar, Parvati Devi, H Prakash, Devraj, Sadiq, Krishn, Chaandni, Qamar, Jankidas, Shanta Kunwar, Manju, Minni etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. Two songs from the movie has been covered in the past.

This song, the third song from “Fariyaadi”(1953) to appear in the blog is sung by Rafi. Muzaffar Orkazai is the lyricist. Music is composed by B N Bali.

This song is a rare song, that few people may have heard before. And we have chosen this song as the 14700thsong for a special reason. This song happens to be the 29th century of Rafi in the blog. In other words, Rafi now has as many as 2900 songs in the blog, just 100 songs short of the magical 3000 songs mark.

Instead of taking more time than what has already been consumed while reching this century, I decided to just get on with this century without much fanfare so that we can concentrate of future posts. So here is this post that combines blog century number 147 with Rafi century number 29.

So here we are, to yet another landmark, without much fanfare. I take this opportunity to thank one and all for their support and encouragement. We have come a long way and we still have lots of songs yet to be covered. This post gives us an opportunity to take fresh guard and get down to the task of covering more songs from the teasure of HFM.


Song-Jal jal ke shama ki tarah fariyaad na karna (Fariyaadi)(1953) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Muzaffar Orkazai, MD-B N Bali

Lyrics

Jal jal ke shama ki tarah fariyaad na karna
main yaad bhi aaun to mujhe yaad na karna

mushqil hai bahut pyaar ki duniya ko basaana
bedard zamaane ka tareeqa hai puraana
do pyaar bhare dil kabhi aabaad na karna
main yaad bhi aaun to mujhe yaad na karna
Jal jal ke shama ki tarah fariyaad na karna
main yaad bhi aaun to mujhe yaad na karna

aakaash ki choti pe mahal hamne banaaya
duniya se bahut door jahaan apna basaaya
kismat ne magar chaaha hamen shaad na karna
main yaad bhi aaun to mujhe yaad na karna
Jal jal ke shama ki tarah fariyaad na karna
main yaad bhi aaun to mujhe yaad na karna

ab apne khayaalon mein mujhe tum na basaana
bhoole se kabhi tum mere sapnon mein na aana
gar dil mein uthhe dard to fariyaad na karna
main yaad bhi aaun to mujhe yaad na karna
Jal jal ke shama ki tarah fariyaad na karna
main yaad bhi aaun to mujhe yaad na karna


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Blog Day : 3672 Post No. : 14555

Bappi Lahiri is a music director whose name is to this date associated with “Disco” music. He is also regarded as one who hastened the end of the golden era of HFM.

It may sound ironic that when one has to discusses Bappi Lahiri’s better compositions in HFM, one discusses his non disco songs, many of them from his pre disco phase. Even the great compositions of Bappi Lahiri during his “disco” phase were non disco songs. It was not “Disco Dancer” (1982) songs, but non disco songs from “Namak Halal”(1982), “Sharaabi”(1984) and “Aitbaar”(1985) that are fondly remembered to this day.

Why is it so ? It is easy enough to explain. Look at the singers of the non disco movies. Look at the lyrics of the non disco movie songs vis a vis the Disco movie songs. And also look at the actors who featured in the songs. Chalk in disco, cheese in non disco songs.

In this blog we mostly cover music of HFM era. Bappi Lahiri began his career when HFM era was still on and he created some memotable songs in his earlier movies. “Zakhmee”(1975) caught the imagination of the music lovers. I for a considerable period thought that R D Burman was the composer for this movie !

“Chalte Chalte”(1976) title song has become an iconic farewell song and it is sung in all get togethers in India till today that are held to bid farewell to people.

Songs of “Toote Khilaune”(1978) and “Shiksha”(1979) unfortunately did not become popular but what great songs they were. I feel that the failure of his great songs early in his career may have turned Bappi Lahiri into a cynic and he may have told himself-“to hell with classy music that does not sell.” His “disco” music indeed began selling like hot pakodas.

I intend to cover all available songs of music directors who were active during the golden era of HFM. Bappi Lahiri is a music director who only partially belongs to the golden era, so all his songs will not be covered in the blog. While I will cover all his songs created till 1980s, I will cover only those post 1980 songs of Bappi Lahiri that I feel belong here. There are indeed some such post 1980 songs, viz “Namakhalaal”(1982), “Sharaabi”(1984) etc that I have discussed earlier.

Bappi Lahiri is now on 99 songs in the blog. I had originally intended to cover one of his remaining worthy songs from post 1980 era, but now I feel that I should post one “rare” song on this occasion as we often do in the blog. This “rare” song is from a “rare” movie. This movie is “Ahsaas”(1979) which was a quickie movie made by G P Sippy in between his “mega” projects that he was known for. The movie, which was directed by S K Suri for Sippy Films, Bombay had a cast of largely unknown newcomers. Deena and Parwez were the lead pair. Others in the cast were Rakesh Bedi, Kiran Vairaale, Sahil, Reeta Raani Kaul, Chaand Usmani, Leela Mishra, Sundar, Mohan Sherry, Asha Potdar, Arun Desai, Deepak Raj, Sanjay Kaushik, Ashok Junior, K S Deshpande, Deenanath etc. Realising that the movie would fail to attract audiences unless it had a few big names, the movie makers had roped in names like Shammi Kapoor, Shashi Kapoor, Simmy, Bindu, Simple Kapadia and Amjad Khan. Amitabh Bachchan and Bindiya Goswami were also there in special roles. HFGK does not mention mention their names, but their faces were plastered prominently in the publicity posters of this movie.

Amitabh Bachchan and Bindiya Goswami figure in one party song in “Ahsaas”(1979). This song has been forgotten by most music lovers. I have chosen this song to serve as the 100th song of Bappi Lahiri in the blog. This song is sung by Lata and chorus. Bindiya Goswami lip syncs in Lata’s voice,Amitabh Bachchan, who towers over every other participant in the picturisation dances in the song with a girl nearly one and a half foot shorter than him.

This forgotten sung is sung nicely by Lata. Indeewar is the lyricist. His lyrics show how a good lyricist could turn a song meant for a routine situation into a nice hummable song. It is sad that he and Anjaan would later be reduced to pen inane lyrics in future.

Here is this superb “party” song from a forgotten movie, which is the 100th song of Bappi Lahiri in the blog as a music director. With this, Bappi Lahiri becomes the 36th music director and 85th artist overall to notch a century of songs in the blog.


Song-Roothho na Roothho na (Ahsaas)(1979) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Bappi Lahiri
Chorus

Lyrics

Let us give the dancing couple a big hand

Roothho naaa
Roothho naaa
ghadi ghadi yoon tum
chhoti chhoti baaton pe
dil mera todo na
haan
ghadi ghadi yoon tum
chhoti chhoti baaton pe
dil mera todo na
haan
roothho naaa
roothho naaa
ghadi ghadi yoon tum
chhoti chhoti baaton pe
dil mera todo na
haan
ghadi ghadi yoon tum
chhoti chhoti baaton pe
dil mera todo na

kukkuk kukukkuk kuk
kukkuk kukukkuk kuk
kukkuk kukukkuk kuk
kukkuk kukukkuk kuk

laa laa laa
laa laa laa
laa laa laa
laa laa laa

armaan to hain laakhon magar
waqt hai kam
jo pal miley pyaar mein
usey guzaaro sanam
armaan to hain laakhon magar
waqt hai kam
jo pal miley pyaar mein
usey guzaaro sanam
aisa na sitam karo
pyaar ko na kam karo
gussa chhodo na
ho
aisa na sitam karo
pyaar ko na kam karo
gussa chhodo na
hu
roothho naaa
roothho naaa
ghadi ghadi yoon tum
chhoti chhoti baaton pe
dil mera todo na
haan
ghadi ghadi yoon tum
chhoti chhoti baaton pe
dil mera todo na
hu

naacho zara
haathhon mein tum haath liye
masti mein tum jhoomo
mujhe saath liye
naacho zara
haathhon mein tum haath liye
masti mein tum jhoomo
mujhe saath liye
rahna hai sang
main to rangoon ek rang mein
mukhda modo na
hu
rahna hai sang
main to rangoon ek rang mein
mukhda modo na
ho
roothho naaa
roothho naaa
ghadi ghadi yoon tum
chhoti chhoti baaton pe
dil mera todo na
haan
ghadi ghadi yoon tum
chhoti chhoti baaton pe
dil mera todo na
ho

kukkuk kukukkuk kuk
kukkuk kukukkuk kuk
kukkuk kukukkuk kuk
kukkuk kukukkuk kuk

laa laa laa
laa laa laa
laa laa laa
laa laa laa
laa laa laa
laa laa laa
laa laa laa
laa laa laa

lallalalla
lallalallala
lallalalla
lallalallala
lallalallala
ho
lallalalla
lallalallala
laalaalaalaalaa


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Blog Day : 3655 Post No. : 14515

Regulars of this blog know that we in this blog have had a few events that were eagerly anticipated and looked forward to. The event of the blog clocking 10000th is still fresh in everyone’s mind.

10000 is a round figure but we subsequently managed to create anticipation for some unusual numbered posts as well- what we called honky tonk numbers. Post number 11111 in the blog was a very special number. People began to make guesses about the song that was likely to become song post number 11111 in the blog. There were tell tale signals and clues that regulars could work on. By the time the target approached closer, regulars, after some false leads began to close in on the correct song. By the time the event arrived, people had already guessed (correctly) about the song that was going to be song post number 11111 in the blog.

That song was a very special song. It had the voices of four major singers of HFM, namely Rafi, Kishore Kumar, Mukesh and Lata. And that song was the only occasion when these four singers had come together to sing a movie song.

How did our regulars guess that this song was going to be song number 11111 ? They noticed that the number of songs by these singers in the blog were approaching their 90s. By the time the blog reached song number 11104, all the four singers were on their respective nervous 99s. So once people realised this fact so they began to look for songs that contained all the four voices . And soon enough they zeroed in on the song of “Amar Akbar Anthony”(1977) namely Hamko tumse ho gaya hai pyaar kya karen (Amar Akbar Anthony) .

That was in 2015. A similar exercise has been undertaken in 2018 as well, but this time secrecy has been maintained so well that no regulars have apparently got any wind of it. Four major singers are once again approaching their respective 99s but no regulars seem to have noticed it. 🙂

Even if they somehow noticed it, and guess that a song containing all these four voices was to be covered, would they have guessed the song this time ? Difficult to say.

While on my mission of YIPPying movies on the blog, I had posted the seventh song (out of eight) of “Pyaar Kiye Ja”(1966) in december 2017. Then I decided against posting the final song and YIPPYing the movie, even though the song was readily available. Reason ? I discovered that this song was a SPECIAL song. It was sung by four major HFM singers, viz. Lata, Kishore Kumar, Manna Dey and Asha Bhonsle. So, it occured to me that I should try something along the lines of the “Amar Akbar Anthony”(1977) song. But it was easier said than done. All these four artists were far far away from their respective centuries. Moreover, posting of songs in the blog nowadays is not as prolific as it used to be during 2011 to 2014. So I decided to be patient. So it is after patiently posting relevant songs that all the four singers finally reached their 99s.

My plan was to coincide the posting of this song with the date of 19 july 2018 when the blog would have turned TEN years old. But I was unable to stick to this target for various reasons.

Now, two days later, things have fallen in place. All the four singers are in their respective 99s.

So here is this special song from “Pyaar Kiye Jaa”(1966). The movie had eight songs in it. Details of the seven songs that were covered in the past is as follows:-

Song Title Post Date
 Dil hamne de diyaa  30 July 2009
 O meri mainaa tu maan le meraa kahnaa  5 Sept 2009
 Phool ban jaaungaa shart ye hai magar  9 Jan 2012
 Kisne pukaara mujhe main aa gayee  5 may 2012
 Din jawaani ke chaar yaar  1 apr 2015
Kehne ki nahin baat magar ab zor se kehna hai 24 Dec 2016
Gore haathhon par na zulm karo 6 Dec 2017

With this song, the song tally of the singers of this song stands as following:-

Singer Number of songs in the blog
 Lata  3400
 Asha Bhonsle  2500
 Kishore Kumar  1100
 Manna Dey  500

The movie “Pyaar Kiye Jaa”(1966) was produced and directed by C V Sridhar. The movie, a romantic comedy was a remake of his own Tamil comedy movie “Kadhalikka Neramillai”(1964). “Pyaar Kiye Jaa”(1966) had Shashi Kapoor, Rajshree (south), Kishore Kumar, Kalpana, Mehmood, Om Prakash, Mumtaz, Chaman Puri etc in it. Mehmood and Om Prakash, playing son and father, were both nominated for the Filmfare award for the best comedian of the year and it was Mehmood who finally got the award.

“Pyaar Kiye Jaa”(1966) was a moderate hit in its time, unlike the original Tamil version. Nevertheless the maker went on to remake this movie in Telugu and Kannada as well. With time, “Pyaar Kiye Jaa”(1966) has made its mark as among the better comedy movies made in Hindi.

The song, which has four by now legendary singers lending their voices iin it is picturised on Shashi Kapoor (lip syncing in Manna Dey’s voice), Rajshree (south)-singing in Lata’s voice, Kishore Kumar (singing for himself) and Kalpana (singing in Asha Bhonsle’s voice). I find it difficult to differentiate between the two ladies, that is how similar they look to my eyes which are untrained to identify HF actresses of yore. 🙂

The song is penned by Rajinder Krishan, the favourite lyricist of South Indian film makers remaking their movie into Hindi. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

Is this song the only occasion when these four singers came together in a HF song ? I have no idea. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on this matter. In any case, this song sees all these four legendary singers complete their individual centuries in the blog in one fell swoop, as they used to say in old American novels. 🙂

It may look that easy, but of course it was not so. Careful and patient planning for nearly seven months was involved. As the singers count inched towards their centuries, I realised that Asha Bhonsle could reach her century upsetting the plas if we were not careful. So I reminded Sudhir Ji not to post any more Asha Bhonsle songs till I was done with this song. 🙂

Finally this song gets covered in the blog. With this the movie gets YIPPEED. I do not think we have seen so much elaborate planning to cover just one song. The last such occasion was ofcourse the song post number 11111 in the blog viz the song Hamko tumse ho gaya hai pyaar kya karen (Amar Akbar Anthony) .


Song-Sun le pyaar ki dushman duniya (Pyaar Kiye Jaa)(1966) Singers-Manna Dey, Lata, Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

sun le
sun le
sun le
sun le

sun le
pyaar ki dushman duniya
dilvalo kay afsaane
chal pade jo dhun mein
to phir kab rukte hain deewaane
sun le ae ae
sun le pyaar ki dushman duniya
dilwaalon ke afsaane
chal pade to dhun mein
to phir kab rukte hain dewaane
sun le ae ae

aa ha ha
aa aa aa
lalalalalalala
lalalaalala

keh rahee hai jhoom ke ye bahaar
kar bhee le pyaar deewaana waar
dil mein kisi ko basaa le
duniya se kya darna
keh rahi hai jhoom ke ye bahaar
kar bhi le pyaar dewaanawaar
dil mein kisi ko basaa le
duniya se kya darna
sun le ae ae
sun le pyaar ki dushman duniya
dilwaalon ke afsaane
chal pade jo dhun mein
to phir kab rukte hain dewaane
sun le ae ae

aa aa haa haa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa haa
aa aa aa
hmm hmm
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
tara rum pum
lalalala
tararum pum
lalalalala
tarararumpum
aa aa aa

main to hoon raahi teri manzil ka
ah ha
aaya hoon pyaar ke sahaare
mud ke na peechhe kabhi dekhoonga aan
kitna bhee duniya pukaare
oh devaane
oh tu kya jaane
dil to tujhe de diya hai
duniya ko thukra ke
sun le ae ae
sun le pyaar ki dushman duniya
dilwaalon kay afsane
chal pade jo dhun mein
to phir kab rukte hain dewaane
sun le ae ae

bheega hua sa ye samaa
har shay haseen
har shay jawaan
duniya pe chha jaayen hum tum
duniya hamaari hai
bheega hua sa ye samaa
har shay haseen
har shay jawaan
duniya pe chha jaayen hum tum
duniya hamaari hai
sun le
sun le
sun le
sun le
sun le
pyaar ki dushman duniya
dilwaalon ke afsaane
chal pade jo dhun mein
to phir kab rukte hain deewaane
sunle
sunle pyaar ki dushman duniya
dilwaalon ke afsaane
chal pade jo dhun mein
to phir kab rukte hain dewaane
sun le


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