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“Naazneen” (1951) was directed by N K Ziri (?) for All India Pictures. The movie had Nasir Khan, Madhubala, Pratima Devi, Cuckoo, Jayant, Agha, Chanchal, Ram Avtaar, Om Prakash etc in it.

Two songs from this movie has been discussed in the past. Here is the third song from “Naazneen”(1951) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Rafi and Shamshhad Begam. Shakeel Badayuni is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ghulam Mohammad.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song which sounds like a dance song.


Song-Nakhre dikhla ke dil le liya (Naazneen)(1951) Singers-Rafi, Shamshad Begam, Lyrics-Shakeel Badayuni, MD-Ghulam Mohammad

Lyrics

hey
dam teeri teeri teeri
dam teeri teeri teeri
dam cheeki cheeki cheeki
dam cheeki cheeki cheeki

nakhre dikhla ke dil le liya albeliya
tere baalam ban gaye hum hum
tere baalam ban gaye hum hum
dam teeri teeri teeri
dam teeri teeri teeri
mujhko sahaara toone de diya pardesiya
mera manwa naache chham chham
mera manwa naache chham chham
dam cheeki chheeki cheeki
dam cheeki cheeki cheeki

o o o o
o o o o
o o
main nirdhan tu daulat waali
ye milaap mushqil hai
haaye ye milaap mushqil hai
tere paas bhi dil hai pyaare
mere paas bhi dil hai
tere paas bhi dil hai pyaare
mere paas bhi dil hai

main sadke
teri bali umar teri tirchhi nazar
teri patli kamar ka jawaab nahin
ho jawaab nahin

mujhko sahaara toone de diya pardesiya
mera manwa naache chham chham
mera manwa nache chham chham

ho dam teeri teeri teeri
dam teeri teeri teeri
nakhre dikhla ke dil le liya albeliya
tere balam ban gaye hum hum
tere balam ban gaye hum hum
dam cheeki chheeki cheeki
dam cheeki cheeki cheeki

o o o
o o o
o o o
main panchhi aur tu pardeshi
milke sang uad jaaye
haaye milke sang uad jaayen

apne pyaar ke jo hain dushman
unke haath na aayen
apne pyaar ke jo hain dushman
unke haath na aayen
main sadke
tere dam se sajan mera ghar hai chaman
tere dil ki lagan ka jawab nahin
o jawab nahin

nakhre dikhla ke dil le liya albeliya
tere baalam ban gaye hum, hum
tere baalam ban gaye hum, hum
dam teeri teeri teeri
dam teeri teeri teeri
mujhko sahaara toone de diya pardesiya
mera manwa naache chham chham
mera manwa naache chham chham
dam cheeki cheeki cheeki
dam cheeki cheeki cheeki


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“Chor Baazaar”(1954) was produced and directed by P N Arora for All India Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Sumitra Devi, Shammi Kapoor, Chitra, Kammo, Amar, Wazir Mohammad Khan, Shameem, Ram Avtar, Cuckoo, S M Abbas, Parasram, Munshi Munaqqa, Jagdish Kanwal, Sheetal, Om Prakash etc with Wasti, Randhir and Shashikala as guest artists.
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Mohammed Rafi – ‘अ’  से  ‘ह’ तक  (From ‘अ’ to ‘ह’) – 21
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‘ढ’
“ढोलक को खूब बजाओ, जानी को खूब नचाओ”

Today’s alphabet letter has been the most elusive to locate. Statistically, ‘ढ’ is one of the lesser used letters, and so, the songs starting with words starting with this alphabet are comparatively fewer in number. As I was poring through the song lists from various sources, the search always ended with just three songs starting with ‘ढ’. And incidentally, these three are well known songs, and are already posted on our blog. The search through the lists, whether from Geet Kosh or other sources, is sometimes a problem, because at times a leading couplet appears in the beginning, and ‘mukhda’ of the song appears in the later part of the title. Searching for such words in the title is a difficult and tedious task. But after some extra effort I was able to identify this song. Then I went back into the Geet Kosh again, and confirmed that the ‘mukhda’ of this song indeed starts with the word ‘ढोलक’.
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“Bedardi” (1951) was directed by Kidar Sharma for Ranjit Movietone presentation. The movie had Geeta Bali, Nimmi, Cuckoo, Jaswant, Amirbai Karnataki, Nazira, Manju, Rashid Khan etc in it.
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The duration has been sliced to less than half, rather almost one third. That is, in comparison to the previous interregnum. Maybe not THE quickest but one of the quickest. Ah yes, I refer to the century milestone, the 122nd that we strike today. The reference to the duration is the time comparison between this one today, and the one that came just before it. We had hit the 12 thousand mark on 20th April. After that, it has been a real slow tread to come to the next one hundredth mark, which happened on 18th June. Counting the days, the number is 60. One of the tardiest to have occurred on this blog. But then we made it up, very sprightly and very quick – from 19th June to 10th July today. Counting the days, the number is 22. Wow, that is the bandwagon at its galloping best. The Raanchiwaala Gaanewaala is pulling out all the stops.

Congratulations to all the bandwagoneers – one more batch of a hundred songs is now added to the collection. And the musical journey continues, merrily onwards.
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The strongest image that remains in the mind is that of the film director Sinha Saab, a bedraggled man in tattered garments, with ruffled grey hair and white beard, a leathery skin on face lined with wrinkles that appeared much before time – a young person who aged too rapidly for his years. With help of a walking stick, he climbs down from the shadows of the scaffolding where he has perched himself, watching the action on the floor below – the same floor where once, not too long ago, he was the ringmaster, and everyone bowed to him. Not anymore. Today, he is a ‘has been’, who lost his touch of Midas, and the same world that once clamored to him, has quickly forgotten and relegated him, literally, to the garbage heap.

With difficulty, he negotiates the narrow ladders that lead down from the scaffolding to the studio floor. Once there, he shuffles to the chair, his chair, in the days of glory; the chair with the word ‘Director’ written across its back. He sits. And then he is immobile, never to get up again, never to wake up.

When the crowd of workers return after lunch, everyone is shocked to see this grimy old man, sitting motionless in the director’s chair. Everyone is known to him, but today no one recognizes him, now that he is gone. None, save one light-boy, who remembers and recognizes his earliest benefactor – Sinha Saab.

The power of these images and these sequences now have a cult following, not only in India but worldwide. Remembering Guru Dutt on his seventy seventh anniversary. (9th July)
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Hullo to all in Atuldom

So today (30 june 2016) is the last day of June. On reviewing the page of Anniversaries on our blog I find that we have a few music directors whose birthdays were in this month. We had Sajjad Hussain, Hemant Kumar, Madan Mohan & RD Burman. And today 30th June is the birth anniversary of Kalyanji Veerji Shah. I mean Kalyanji of the Kalyanji – Anandji Duo. He would have turned 88 today.
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“Zabak” (1961) was produced and directed by Homi Wadia. The movie had Mahipal, Shyama, Manhar Desai, W. M. Khan, B. M. Vyas, Babu Raje, Achla Sachdev, Uma Dutt, Krishna Kumari, Sahira, Adeeb etc in it.
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When I was growing up as a pre teenager in 1970s, I was into buying and reading all children’s magazines that were then published. It was in “Nandan” magazine that I read about Sitaara Devi. I did not take much interest in her nor was I aware about her except the vague information that she was a Kathak dancer. She was in her 50s at that time which was then considered old so natually I was not interested in knowing about an old lady.:)
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“Mast Qalandar” (1955) was an N C Films production. It was directed by Kedar Kapoor. The movie had Mahipal, Shakila, Kuldip Kaur, Agha, Niranjan Sharma, Tiwari, Johnny Walker, Ratnamala etc in it.
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