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This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, 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 :

4739 Post No. : 16462 Movie Count :

4472

Today’s song is from the film Maa Baap ki Laaj-1946. The film was made by Hind Pictures, owned by the Producer, Director and Actor- Nazir Ahmed Khan. The film was directed by Nanabhai Bhatt ( 12-1-1915 to 24-4-1999), who actually specialised in Mythologicals and Stunt films. Today’s film was just his 5th film as a Director, having started in 1942. He was friendly with Wadia Brothers and he directed some Nadia films for them.

The film’s story was written by Prabhulal Dwivedi. It revolved around 2 sisters of different natures like Modern and Traditional. In those days this was a popular theme. Nanabhai had started his career with Wadia’s film Muqabala-42 as director in the name of Batuk Bhatt. That film story was also about 2 twin sisters, having opposite views of life – Modern and Traditional. So Nanabhai had experience of handling such stories. In all such films-till today-it is always the Traditional life that wins, because that is what the audience wants.

1946 was an eventful year. The year 1946 was an year which saw many changes in the film industry. The IInd world war had just ended. Rationing and control on many items had created Black marketing. This made many people Millionaires. The extra income started getting invested in Film making. The increased cost of Raw Films made filmmaking 7 to 8 times costlier. A film which was made in about 1 Lakh rupees in 1940, needed 8 Lakhs now. Studio system was waning and artiste rates increased in Lakhs instead of thousands.

In 1945, only 74 films were made. This number increased to 153 films in 1946. Further, in 1947, the film industry produced a record number of films – 181, but of course that was due to Partition. The quality of films was sacrificed at the cost of the quantity of films made in 1946. However, some quality films were made in 1946, indicating the changing face of filmmaking.

Film Dharati ke Lal-46 was made by IPTA people and it became the first film to be exhibited in Russia. Neecha Nagar-46 won the Grand Prix award in French Film Festival. Film Dr. Kotnis ki amar kahani-46 was dubbed in English as ‘ The journey of Dr. Kotnis’. It was shown in the USA and then in the Venice Film Festival. Two musical films- Anmol Ghadi and Shahjahan were made in 1946.

Year 1946 also saw the Debut of several stars and artistes. In fact one can call 1946 as the ” Debut year” of the Hindi film industry. See this….

Nirupa Roy debuted in film Amar Raaj-46

Geeta Bali debuted with a dance in film Badnaami-46

Geeta Roy sang her first film song in film Bhakta Prahlad-46

Balraj Sahni debuted in film Insaaf-46. It was a small role,though.

K A Abbas-Director, Pt.Ravi Shankar-MD, Balraj Sahni as Hero and Damayanti Sahni as Heroine made their Debut in film Dharati Ke Lal-46

Meena kapoor sang her first Hindi film song in film Eight Days-46

Sudhir Phadke debuted as MD in film Gokul-46

P L Santoshi as Director, Dev Anand, Rehman, Rehana and Kamala Kotnis debuted as actors in film Hum Ek Hai-46

Chitragupta did his first film as MD in Lady Robin Hood-46

Ram Ganguly became MD with film Maharana Pratap-46

Abhi Bhattacharya debuted in film Milan-46

Chetan Anand as Director, Uma Anand and Kamini Kaushal as actresses debuted in film Neecha Nagar-46

Hansraj Behl debuted as MD with film Pujari-46

Madhubala(as Baby Mumtaz) sang her first song in film Pujari-46

Majrooh Sultanpuri wrote his first Hindi film song in film Shahjahan-46

S D Burman as MD and Kishore Kumar as an actor debuted with film Shikari-46

So, you will find the year 1946 was truly a year of change. The winds of Partition were already blowing and the second line of supplementary artistes was ready to replace the Migrators, after the Partition.

Film Maa Baap ki Laaj-46 had good music too. However, sensing that he may have to migrate to Pakistan, Nazir declined to spend much on the promotion and advertisement of the film. Even then the film was a hit and celebrated Silver jubilee. The MD was A.R.Qureshi. The cast of the film was Swarnalata, Nazir, Kusum Deshpande, Jayant, Majid, Gulab and others. The story of the film was….

A widow mother has 2 daughters-Bimla and Kamala. Elder one Bimla (Kusum) is in love with Sharat (Jayant) and both are modern minded. The younger Kamala (Swarnalata) is Traditional minded. Bimla’s marriage is fixed with Anup (Nazir), who is a traditional boy. Bimla, to avoid the marriage, runs away with Sharat. To save family’s ‘Izzat’, Kamala is married to Anup. His mother Gangubai (Gulab) is shrewd and troubles Kamala very much, but she bears everything to make all happy. Slowly Gangubai’s opinion changes. All are happy with her now.

Meanwhile Bimla and Sharat’s life is miserable as his job is gone and money is gone due to their extravagant habits and modern style of enjoying life. They realise their mistake. Anup gets a job for Sharat. In the end all’s well that ends well.

The film was released on 25-5-1946 at Kamal and Paramount Talkies, Bombay. The film’s lead pair Swarnalata and Nazir got married in 1947, before they migrated. Nazir’s Hind pictures Studio at Dadar was burnt in front of his eyes, during the partition riots. Nazir abandoned everything here and with empty hands went to Pakistan, where he started from scratch and became very successful.

The film cast consists of two unusual names-Kusum Deshpande and Majid. Let us know about them in short.

Kusum Deshpande was born on 20-11-1914 at Nagpur. She came to Bombay in 1930 and worked in Minerva as an apprentice, without pay. She worked in A.I.R. and some Marathi dramas and films. Her first Hindi film was Ghar ki Rani-40. She also did Charnon ki Dasi-41, Village Girl-45, Wamaq Azra-46 and Zamin Asmaan-46. In all she did 20 Hindi films. She married actor Vasant Thengadi on 30-11-1944.

After she stopped getting roles in Hindi films, she turned to Marathi films and had a long and fruitful career in it.

Majid’s name was Abdul Majid Syed. He was born at Farrukhabad in U.P. in 1915. His father was an Overseer. After matric in 1929, he started his business of Leather in Akola, Maharashtra. in 1935, actor, director and producer Nazeer of Hind pictures, introduced him to S.K.Daryani and he got a small role in Sher ka Panja-36 and Sangdil samaj-36. However, from film Bulldog-37, he got side roles and lead roles in films like Gentleman daku-37, insaaf-37, Rajkumari-38, Masterman-38, Zamana-38, Mud-40, Saubhagya-40, Swami-41, Swaminath-42, he also acted in more films like Najma-43, Babar-44 and Zeenat-45.

In all he did over 100 films till 1947. After Partition, he migrated to Pakistan with Nazeer and Swarnalata. In Pakistan he did just 7 films. He died on 24-9-1959.

Today’s song is sung by 2 female singers, but we do not know their names. The lyricist is also not known. With this song, the film Maa Baap ki Laaj-1946 makes its Debut on this Blog.

Editor’s note:-“Maa Baap Ki Laaj”(1946) becomes the 100th film of 1946 to be represented in the blog.


Song-Haaye mast jawaani aayi (Maa Baap Ki Laaj)(1946) Singers-Unknown female voice 1, unknown female voice 2, Lyrics-Unknown, MD-Allah Rakkha Qureshi

Lyrics

Haaye mast jawaani aayi
o mast
Haaye mast jawaani aayi
naachen gaayen
gaayen
preetam se ham preet rachaayen
pagli
pagli
pati preet pati ki sewa
pati preet
pati preet pati ki sewa
isi mein mit jaayen
pagli
pagli
pati sewa ki reet nibhaayen

pagli
pagli
hanste hain chaand sitaare
hanste hain
hanste hain chaand sitaare
ham bhi muskaayen
pagli
pagli
jeewan ko rangeen banaayen
pagli
pagli
hai jeewan udta panchhi
hai jeewan
hai jeewan udta panchhi
ispe na itraayen
pagli
pagli
udte panchhi haath mein aayen

pagli
pagli
jab kaliyaan len angdaayi
jab kaliyaan
jab kaliyaan len angdaayi
bhanwre lehraayen
pagli
pagli
kyun dekh dekh lalchaayen
pagli
pagli
ye duniya hai ik sapna
aa aa aa aa aa
ye duniya hai ik sapna
aa aa aa aa aa
ye duniya hai ik sapna
ise bisraayen
pagli
pagli
iske dhokhe mein na aayen


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

Blog Day :

4428 Post No. : 15854 Movie Count :

4362

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

This movie is making its debut on the blog today.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 10.12.1971.

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

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

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

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


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

Lyrics

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

हे ला रा ला ला
ये ए हे हे ए

सुन
सुन सुन सुन
सुन तू है वोही
हम वोही हैं

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


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Blog Day :

3761 Post No. : 14734 Movie Count :

4027

“Ajaamil”(1948) was directed by Jamnadas Kapadia for Sanskar Chitra, Bombay. The movie had Umakant, Malti, Kanta Kumari, Narmadashankar, Kashinath, Bhimji Bhai, Chandrika, Shanta bai, Suresh, Manhar Desai etc in it.

This obscure movie had twelve songs according to HFGK. A few of these songs have become available on YT. Though HFGK is silent about the singers of all these songs, One can make out which song contain which voices.

Here is the first song from “Ajaamil”(1948) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Rajkumari. Lyrics are penned by Kavi Prabhulal Dwiwedi according to HFGK. Music is composed by Master Mohan junior.

It is interesting to note that the uploader of this song, well known record collector Mr Girdharilal Vishhwakarma mention the lyricist as S P Tripathi, an entirely different name from what is mentioned in HFGK. I have gone with the name provided by uploader.

Music is composed by Master Mohan Junior.

With this song, “Ajaamil”(1948) makes its debut in the blog. As many as 149 HIndi movies were released in 1948. With this song, “Ajaamil”(1948) becomes the 100th movie of 1948 to find representation in the blog. So this is yet another example of an “artificial” though significant landmark for the blog. 🙂


Song-Maanat naahin bihaari re (Ajaamil)(1948) Singer-Rajkumari, Lyrics-S P Tripathi, MD-Master Mohan Junior

Lyrics

Maanat naahin bihaari re ae
laakh jatan kar haari re ae
Maanat naahin bihaari re ae
laakh jatan kar haari re ae

jaaun jahaan main
sang sang doley
jaaun jahaan main
sang sang doley
madhur madhur sur
bain wo boley
naath hamaare
nain ishaare
lok ki laaj bisaari re ae
lok ki laaj bisaari re ae
Maanat naahin bihaari re ae
laakh jatan kar haari re ae

aap mahaawar mehndi lagaaye
aap mahaawar mehndi lagaaye
aap hi ang hamaar sajaaye
aap hi mohe paan khilaaye
haat se apne lagaayi re
haat se apne lagaayi re
Maanat naahin bihaari re
laakh jatan kar haari re

roothh jo jaaun
mujhko manaaye
roothh jo jaaun
mujhko manaaye
pair paden
aur binti sunaayen
nain neer se
dhoye charan mora
kare manuhaar wo bhaari re ae
kare manuhaar wo bhaari re ae
Maanat naahin bihaari re ae
laakh jatan kar haari re ae
Maanat naahin bihaari re ae
laakh jatan kar haari re ae


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Blog Day : 3610 Post No. : 14400

When you are young, you take many of your gifts for granted. Only when you lose those gifts that you start mising them. For instance, I took my eyesight for granted for nearly fifth years. I had perfect 6/6 vision for much of my life, but now I cannot read without glasses.

To take another telling example, I was an indefatiguable runner in my younger days. I could run around for hours without running out of breath. But today I cannot even run ten metres, forget running 1500 metres in around five minutes that I was capable of during my younger days.

Forget comparing my present self with my past younger self of 35 years ago. When I compare the blog strike rate today with the blog strike rate of six years ago, I find a similar loss of agility. 🙂 During 2011 and 2012, we were clocking 100 songs every 16 days, and sometimes even faster. These days, we have become like a potbellied elderly person who can barely move. Our blog centuries these days are taking more than 30 days each. The previous century took exactly one month viz 31 days.

If one thought that we could not get any slower, then you need not look any further. This post is post number 14400 for the blog and it has taken 43 days ! I sincely hope that it is the last of such snail paced centuries and we would pick up some decent pace from now onwards.

This century post has taken almost an eternity to arrive and it will appear in the dying moments of the day (night), which means readers of the blog may not get much time to read it before the next post appears first thing in the morning.

This century post, like most of our century posts combines several landmarks, and some of these landmarks are “artificial” but real. Did I just use an oxymoron like say happily married ? 🙂

Let me count the special occasions that this song combines. This song is from a 1957 movie called “Amar Singh Rathod”(1957). This movie was directed by Jaswant jhaweri for Dinesh Films Bombay. This “historical” movie had Nirupa Roy, Jairaj, Ram singh, Al Nasir, Ramesh sinha, Sundar, Murad, Rajkumar, Shree Bhagwan, Ramlal, Sapru, Shyam Lal, Pandey, R S dubey, Devchand, Yashodhara Katju, Ratnamala, Heera, Helen, Veena. Guest artist-Minu Mumtaz etc in it.

The movie had 12 songs in it and the song under discussion is the first song from the movie. In other words, “Amar Singh Rathod”(1957) makes its debut in the blog. It is no ordinary debut though. As many as 113 movies were released in 1957. 99 of these movies were represented in the blog so far. So this movie is the 100th movie of 1957 to find representation in the blog !

There is another even more impressive number coming up ! The decade of 1950s (from 1951 upto 1960) saw 1111 movies getting released. 999 of these movies have been covered in the blog so far. So, ladies and gentlemen, this movie happens to be the 1000th movie of 1950s to get showcased in the blog ! We now have just 111 more movies of 1950s left to be covered in the blog. Of course songs of many of these movies may not be available. But that is for the future.

For now, let us enjoy this lovely duet from “Amar Singh Rathod”(1957). This song is sung by Sudha Malhotra, Manna Dey and chorus. It is a dance song performed in a raj darbaar. I am unable to identify the actors performing the dance. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify them.

Bharat Vyas is the lyricist. Music is composed by Sanmukh Babu.

With this song, we now reach the landmark of 14400th song in the blog. We are just five weeks short of completing ten years of the blog which would be a REAL achievement for the blog. There would be nothing “artificial” in that massive landmark that will arrive soon.

I take this opportunity to thank one and all for their continuous support and encouragement. I hope that the blog will pick up some real steam in the coming days and we will not only regain our glory days but hopefully exceed them as well.

Audio

Video

Song-Chori chori chori mat dekho ji bhanwar ji(Amar Singh Rathod)(1957) Singers-Sudha Malhotra, Manna Dey, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-Sanmukh Babu
Chorus

Lyrics

o o o o
o o o o
o o o o
o o o o

o o o o
o o o o
o o o o
o o o o
o o o o
o o o o
o o o o
o o o o

chori chori
chori chori chori mat dekho ji bhanwar ji
hamko nigodi sharm aaye re
o bharam jaaye re
mori arji suno kanwar ji
ho o mori arji suno kanwar ji

o o o o
o o o o
o o o o
o o o o

o o o o
o o o o
o o o o
o o o o
o o o o
o o o o
o o o o
o o o o

chori chori
chori chori chori mat dekho ji bhanwar ji
hamko nigodi sharam aaye re
ho bharam jaaye re
mori arji suno kanwar ji
ho o mori arji suno kanwar ji

ho gori gori
gori gori chaandni chama cham chamke
aise me kyun ji sharm aaye re o bharm jaye re
tori batiya batao gori ji
o tori batiyaan bataao gori ji

chori chori chori mat dekho ji bhanwar ji
hamko nigodi sharm aaye re o bharam jaye re
mori arji suno kanwar ji
ho o mori arji suno kanwar ji

o o o o
o o o o
o o o o
o o o o

o o o
o o o
o o o
pyaas bujhaane apne man ki tujhse nazar milaaun re
milaaun re milaaun re
ho
pyaas bujhaane apne man ki tujhse nazar milaaun re

ho o
tum ho lobhi main lajwanti
ho
nazar miley to mar jaaun mar jaaun re
aji chhodo ye bak jhak
ham gaye thhak thhak

tak tak jiya kare dhak dhak
aankhiyaan hamaari atak jaaye re o bhatak jaaye re
o mori arji suno kanwar ji
ho o
mori arji suno kanwar ji
chori chori chori mat dekho ji bhanwar ji
hamko nigodi sharm aaye re
ho bharm jaye re
mori arji suno kanwar ji
ho o mori arji suno kanwar ji
o o o
o o o
o o o

o o o o
o o o o
o o o o
o o o o

o o o
o o o
o o o
gore gore mukhde se gori ghoonghat apna hata na
ho o ghoonghat apna hata na

ho ghoonghat me julmi kya chhupa hai tera koi khazaana
ho
tera koi khazaana
aji kholo ji jhatpat
ghoonghat ka ye pat

jao ji natkhat kahe ki ye khatpat
dulhaniya teri machal jaye re
ho badal jaye re
mori arji suno kanwar ji
o mori arji suno kanwar ji
chori chori chori mat dekho ji bhanwar ji
hamko nigodi sharam aaye re ho bharm jaye re
mori arji suno kanwar ji
ho mori arji suno kanwar ji


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“Shrawan Kumar”(1960) was produced by Ramubhai Desai and directed by Sharad Desai for Prabha Pictures, Bombay. This mythological movie had Nalini Chonkar, Anant Kumar, Achala, S K prem, Sundar, B M Vyas, Yashodhara Katju, Chaand Burque, Polson, Dabboo, Daya Devi, Kesari, Fazlu, C J Pandey, Kesarbai, V Prem, Premlata, Premi, Radheshyam, Baby Rukhsana, Cuckoo, Madhumati, Raj Prakash etc in it.
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