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Archive for the ‘Dance song’ Category


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Blog Day : 3500 Post No. : 14061

Today is Friday, 16 february 2018. It is just another day. But trust us to find something remarkable even out of seemingly routine matters. Today is a special day for the blog. It is the 3500th day for the blog.

It follows that the blog has seen 34 such occasions in the past as well. But we took notice of such kind of centuries for the first time only last year on 8 november 2017 when it was the 3400th day for the blog.

A quick mental calculation would show that there are 365 days in a year and so ten years have 3650 days (decimal system zindabaad ! 🙂 ). Add two additional days for two leap years. So the blog will turn one decade old or 3652 days old in another 152 days from now, on 19 july 2018 !

Another quick mental calculation would reveal that 3500 x 4= 14000. The blog has 14060 songs posts as of now. So it turns out that the blog is going on at a strike rate of just over four songs a day for 3500 days !

When a blog lasts this long and adds so many articles to it, then one is able to reel off quite a few statistics associated with it. I find that the blog by now has songs from as many as 3835 movies. As many as 1080 of these movies have already been YIPPEED ! So we no longer need to search for any additional songs for these 1080 movies because all of them have already been accounted for.

In the process of discussing songs, many artists have completed their own milestones in the blog. 35 music directors, 28 lyricists and 21 singers have more than one hundred songs each in the blog. Some of them in fact have their songs running into thousands in the blog.

There are a few artists who have almost all their songs covered in the blog. All available songs of K L Saigal, Suraiyya and Sajjad Hussain are showcased in the blog. Artists like Naushad, O P Nayyar, S D Burman, Madan Mohan, Talat Mehmood etc have less than 100 songs each left to be covered in the blog.

The blog is a great example of the power of online collaboration of likeminded individuals. All these individuals are making valuable contributions through their articles, lyrics, comments, suggestions etc. Some of these contributors have completed their own centuries in the blog.

The kind of skill sets that our contributors possess for the cause of HFM can be the envy of many professional set ups. We have contributors who are like research scholars and their original researches in the field of HFM have helped add to the information in the field of HFM.

The thing that pleases me most is the fact that we all feel like a group of people close to each other. Some of us have actually met each other and continue to meet each other from time to time. We have got to know each other quite closely and we often share in the joys and sorrow of each other.

I have a feeling that what we have seen so far is just the tip of the iceberg as far as our work in the field of HFM is concerned. The real extent of the iceberg has not yet been revealed. Lots of valuable background information and statistics pertaining to HFM have been collected during this nearly one decade long journey and that information has not yet appeared in the blog.

On the occasion of the blog touching 3500 days, here is a joie de vivre genre of song from “Shatranj” (1956). This song, the sixth out of eight songs from the movie is sung by Asha Bhonsle and chorus. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by C Ramchandra.

The song is picturised as a dance song on Sheila Vaz and others. The lead pair of Ashok Kumar and Meena Kumari are also visible in the picturisatoon as spectators.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra. He points out that one line in the audio version differs from the video version. Trust Prakashchandra to be able to differentiate between such fine details. 🙂

Video

Audio


Song-Baaji kahin shahnaai aiyyo jee aiyyoo (Shatranj)(1956) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-C Ramchandra
Chorus

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)

baaji kahin shehnaayi
aiyyo jee aiyyo
baaji kahin shehnaayi
aiyyo jee aiyyo
phir yaad teri aayee
aiyyo jee aiyyo
phir yaad teri aayee
aiyyo jee aiyyo
baaji kahin shehnaayi
aiyyo jee aiyyo
phir yaad teri aayee
aiyyo jee aiyyo
phir yaad teri aayee
aiyyo jee aiyyo

o o o o
khushiyon ka zamaanaa hai
khushiyon ka zamaanaa hai
ye masti ka samaa hai
khushiyon ka zamaanaa hai
ye masti ka samaa hai
aabaad mohabbat ka mere dil mein jahaan hai
aabaad mohabbat ka mere dil mein jahaan hai
aane lagi angdaayee (video version “Milne ki ghadi aayee”)
aiyyo jee aiyyo
aane lagi angdaayee (video version “Milne ki ghadi aayee”)
aiyyo jee aiyyo
phir yaad teri aayee
aiyyo jee aiyyo
phir yaad teri aayee
aiyyo jee aiyyo
baaji kahin shehnaayi
aiyyo jee aiyyo
phir yaad teri aayee
aiyyo jee aiyyo
phir yaad teri aayee
aiyyo jee aiyyo

uss paar khade tum ho
haa aaa aaa aaa aaa
uss paar khade tum ho
to iss paar khade hum
uss paar khade tum ho
to iss paar khade hum
beete na kahin aisey hi
ye pyaar ka mausam
beete na kahin aisey hi
ye pyaar ka mausam
kehti hai ye tanhaayee
aiyyo jee aiyyo
kehti hai ye tanhaayee
aiyyo jee aiyyo
phir yaad teri aayee
aiyyo jee aiyyo
phir yaad teri aayee
aiyyo jee aiyyo
baaji kahin shehnaayi
aiyyo jee aiyyo
phir yaad teri aayee
aiyyo jee aiyyo
phir yaad teri aayee
aiyyo jee aiyyo

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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 sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day : 3496 Post No. : 14053

It would be late 1960s, early 1970s – फिल्में देखने का चस्का चढ़ा था। Did not have much more than some fanciful fancies at that time, and very little understanding. I would fancy the heroes, especially Dev Anand, Rajendra Kumar etc. And I would have lasting crush on the leading ladies; generally lasting for a few weeks. I would fancy them to be my leading ladies 😉 – Sadhna, Asha Parekh, Mumtaz, Saira Banu etc.

Besides these two types of fancies, there was, yes one more. This was not so much of a fancy, rather it was more of an abhorrent fright. Of a special person when he appeared on the screen. And a panic would run through the mind and I would clutch a parent’s hand and whisper “oye, Pran aa gaya”.

Such was the dread in the minds of us pre teen kids. Whenever we saw him enter the frame, our hearts were like – now something bad is going to happen. He is going to bully someone, he is going to beat up someone, he is going to insult someone, he is going to cheat someone, he is going to put his weight on a lady and make her scream. . . Ah yes, these were the type of stereotype images that were associated with Pran, and we despised him for all our childhood.

Fast forward now to mid 1990s. I was in the US, and had a long stint in the city of Lansing in Michigan, working on a state govt. project. Lansing is comparatively a small town, despite the fact that it is the capital of Michigan state. There were only two other things besides the state government – the state university and a cornflakes factory owned by Kellogs. And being in Michigan, we were snowed in for six months, and chilled out for another four. We just got a warm season for two months – July and August.

So there was not much to do in that town, other than concentrate on your work. For me, there was a grand saving grace. The small town had a big video library of Hindi films, run by a Pakistani national and a very dear friend, to date – Akbar Bhai. It was not long before I became his best customer, and just for my sake, he would communicate with other dealers in the country and sometimes even travel out, to get the films that I would be requesting of him. I purchased two Toshiba VCRs, bought many packs of VHS tapes, and spent a lot of time copying videos of songs from the VHS tapes that I rented from him.

Sorry for this longish digression, I am coming to the point. The net is that for the few years that I spent in Lansing, I watched and replayed a ton of Hindi films that were available on VHS – of course my choice would taper off after 1970s. In one set of many weeks together, the movies that I rented from him, were a combination of many leading heros, and many genres. But all of them had one thing in common. The villain was Pran. In each and every one of these films, Pran would be getting a hiding of his life in the last 10 to 15 minutes of every film. After having sat through probably a score of films over a period of 4 to 5 weeks, my mind changed and started sympathizing with him. No matter what the film was, he would get beaten up black and blue at the end. And to add insult to injury, he was forced to apologize and plead for forgiveness, or summarily be taken away by the police.

Really telling you, I started to feel sorry for him. And I started to wonder. Day in and day out, he would be shooting films with his co stars, and on every set and every studio floor, he would be taking a beating in front of hundreds of onlookers, every single time. And my mind started to build upon a psychology of such an individual. Of course it did strike me somewhere within this analysis, that yes, money is also involved. But then I rationalized – if I were given money, just for getting beat up every week and in every film I worked in, I would throw away the money, and walk away. But the money angle aside, I used to wonder at this gluttony for punishment. In every film, he misbehaves with ladies, he cons his own family members, he bullies and beats up people. And then, he gets beat up real good for the happy ending of a film. And my mind was like – does this guy never learn? Does he never give up?

I never did see the film ‘Guddi’ (1971) in its first runs. I would get to see it many years later, maybe on Doordarshan or maybe on a VHS play. An inkling of the true nature of this gentleman – I encountered for the first time in this film. Kusum (a teenager, role played by Jaya), who is smitten with a crush for actor Dharmendra, is taken to Bombay by her uncle, Utpal Dutt, and is given a tour of the film studios – a view of how the films are actually made, and what these stars are in real life behind the scenes. So there is a scene, in which Jaya is with Dharmendra, and Pran walks by. They greet each other; and Kusum is hiding behind Dharmendra in fear. Dharmendra admires Pran’s wrist watch, and Pran immediately takes it off and presents it to Dharmendra. After Pran leaves, Jaya reacts strongly, insisting to Dharmendra to return the watch – “इस में कोई चाल है” is what she says. Dharmendra starts to laugh, and then explains. That Pran Saab in real life is an impeccable gentleman, a complete reverse of what his screen image is. He is an amiable, a very friendly, a very kind and a very helpful person.

Along with Guddi (Kusum), it was also a wiping away of a fanciful sheen in my mind, associated with the person called Pran. Then of course, from 1967 onwards, he had started appearing in character roles other than as a villain, and had a complete makeover of his outward personality over the next few years.

But that image has sustained, because the films exist. That is what typecasting does to you. In reality, Pran is somewhat of a popular name in north India, amongst Punjabi and Hindi speaking families. In the 1950s and 60s, the dread of his roles was so great that actually, families stopped naming their children with the word Pran, and its variations. The Gabbar Singh gloat about “बीस बीस कोस तक॰ ॰ ॰” was still to come many years later. 😀 😀

Today (12th Feb) is the birth anniversary of Pran Saab. I have picked this song from the 1964 film ‘Pooja Ke Phool’ for the anniversary remembrance today. Yes, there is a particular reason. It is one of the rare occasions, when Pran Saab has lip sync-ed a song, and danced on screen, from the era of his continued reign as the arch villain of Hindi films. Of course, after 1967 and ‘Upkar’, when he transitioned into character roles, and that too in a big and significant way, he got to perform many a song on screen. In fact, there was a period of time in 1970s and 80s that specific and meaty roles were written for him, and the screen performance almost always included a song lip synced by him. But in the era till the 1960s, he just has an occasional song assigned to him.

Although I have not made a definitive search for them, I recall the following; the duet “Jise Dhoondhti Phirti Hai Meri Nazar” from the film ‘Sheesh Mahal’ (1950); then the fun song from ‘Munim ji’ (1955) – “Dil Ki Umangen Hain Jawaan”. This latter song is also a unique piece of music – Pran Saab has sung for himself in this song. Yes, of course, the iconic “Hai Aag Hamaare Seene Mein. . . Hum Bhi Hain, Tum Bhi Ho” from the musical bonanza ‘Jis Desh Ganga Behti Hai’ (1960). Sterling performance, as Pran Saab rides two horses simultaneously, standing on the back of the horses, one foot on each horse.

And then we come to today’s song. The song is a dance sequence being performed by Gopikrishan Maharaj and Madhumati. In the three antaraa song, the middle antaraa turns out to be a fantasy play, as Pran, who is actually an audience on the side, daydreams himself to be performing the song, along with Sandhya Roy. the lady companion that I am not able to name. So the middle antaraa is performed on screen by Pran Saab and Sandhya Roy his lady companion. Now this performance, a folk dance type steps, trying to emulate someone none other than the great Gopikrishan Maharaj himself, is a type of performance that one does not associate with him (at least in this phase of his career), and none other that I have seen in any other film. I request our knowledgeable friends and readers on the blog to please add more such instances, if they are aware. And yes, the request also includes help to identify the actress who is his lady companion in this clip.
[Ed Note: The lady companion in this clip is identified as Bengali actress Sandhya Roy, as per the inputs provided by Shri Partha Chanda.]

‘Pooja Ke Phool’ is the typical south Indian family drama that is produced by the prestigious banner of AVM and directed by Bheem Singh. The extreme emotionalism of such family dramas, plus the complexity (zaniness??) of the plots and sub plots, sometimes makes this category of films insufferable. So in this film, Pran is the husband of the niece of Dharmendra. Forget the age factor, even the appearances of the characters do not do justice to them. To top it, he (Pran) is also having an amorous fling on the side. In this song, we see him come to see this street performance along with his lady love from the extra-marital affair. Dharmendra too, chances to be on the spot. He sees the two together, and walks away in anger. A little later in the film, the lady starts to demand rights and shares as a wife. She threatens to kill him. The two meet, and in the melee that ensues, the lady gets killed. Mohan Choti is an eyewitness. However, Dharmendra takes on the blame, just so that his niece’s life and home is not jeopardized. Case comes to the court. Ashok Kumar is the public prosecutor, and he has this personal thing against Dharmendra – he has ditched Ashok Kumar’s daughter, and married someone else. Now enter the daughter, Mala Sinha, who is also a lawyer. She comes to the court as the defense lawyer for Dharmendra. Despite his repeated confessions in the court, the case is made to continue. Dharmendra and Mala Sinha were an amorous pair once, but circumstances led Dharmendra to marry a blind girl (Nimmi). If all this does not sound too complicated yet, maybe it is time to watch the film itself. 😀 😀

Not saying too many things about the film, I must confess that I am quite bowled over by the music and the songs. The list if songs is quite impressive, as given below.

Meri Aankhon Se Koi Neend Liye Jaataa Hai 2861 28-Aug-10
Dil Todna Kisi Ka Ye Zindagi Nahin Hai 2886 1-Sep-10
Ab Do Dilon Ki Mushqil 2892 2-Sep-10
Meow Meow Meri Sakhi Achchi Achchi Meri Sakhi 3345 14-Dec-10
Sanam Apni Palkon Pe Tujh Ko 6824 9-Oct-12
Pehle Meri Aankhon Ke Chiraagon Ko Bujhaaya 12598 21-Nov-16
Banda Parwar. . . Raat Ke Andhere Mein Yun Chori Chori Chale Kidhar 14034 8-Feb-18

The songs of this film have been penned by Rajendra Krishan and the music is composed by Madan Mohan.

I would like to write about one more thing, related to this song. The choreography of this dance is done by Gopikrishan Maharaj himself. And that simply is excellent. The dance movements are very imaginatively sequenced, and very excellently executed, including the facial expressions and the twitching of eyebrows. The pace of the song and the pace of the singing is – fast. And the dance steps themselves are so energetic and so beautifully arranged. Pran Saab surely has his work cut out as he takes on the 2nd antaraa on screen.

So now let us enjoy this wonderful peppy dance number. And remember this very lovable villain of the Hindi cinema.

Song – Hey Jamaalo. . . O Mera Pyaar Meri Jaan Kabhi Aazma Lo  (Pooja Ke Phool) (1964) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Rajendra Krishan, MD – Madan Mohan
Mohammed Rafi + Asha Bhosle
Male Chorus
Female Chorus
All Chorus

Lyrics

aaaa aaa aaa aaaa
aaaaaa aaa aaaaaaa

hey jamaalo
o wah wah hey jamaalo
haan hey jamaalo
o wah wah hey jamaalo
o mera pyar meri jaan
kabhi aazma lo
o mera pyar meri jaan
kabhi aazma lo
hey jamaalo
hey wah wah hey jamaalo
hey jamaalo
hey wah wah hey jamaalo
ho ye hai teer ye kamaan
zara dil nikaalo
ho ye hai teer ye kamaan
zara dil nikaalo

ho ho ho
ho ho
ho ho ho
ho ho
o ho ho
o ho
ho ho ho
hoye hoye hoye

tere haathon mar jaayenge
naam jahaan mein kar jaayenge
marte marte dil ki jholi
pyaar se tere bhar jaayenge
o ho tere haathon mar jaayenge
bade dekhe marne waale
pyaar ka dum bharne waale
hey jamaalo
hey jamaalo
hey jama..aa..aalo
o mera pyar meri jaan
kabhi aazma lo
hey jamaalo
wah wah hey jamaalo
ho ye hai teer ye kamaan
zara dil nikaalo

ho ho
hummm hummm
ho ho
hummm hummm
o ho
hummm
hummm
o ho
hummm
hummm
hey..ey..ey

dekho kaise deewaane hain
pankh nahin aur parwaane hain
hum se ye kya chaal chalenge
apne jaane pehchaane hain
o ho dekho kaise deewaane hain
jaan le lo gham na hoga
ishq mera kam na hoga
hey jamaalo
hey jamaalo
hey jama..aa..aalo
o ye hai teer ye kamaan
zara dil nikaalo
hey jamaalo
wah wah hey jamaalo
o mera pyar meri jaan
kabhi aazma lo

jeete ji tum kyon maanoge
mar jaayenge pehchaanoge
jaan liya hai pyaar tumhaara
aao pakdo haath hamaara
o ho aao pakdo haath hamaara
muskura ke do sahaare
hum tumhaare tum hamaare
hey jamaalo
hey jamaalo
hey jama..aa..aalo
ho mera pyar meri jaan
kabhi aazma lo
hey jamaalo
hey wah wah hey jamaalo
hey jamaalo
hey wah wah hey jamaalo
ho ye hai teer ye kamaan
zara dil nikaalo
ho ye hai teer ye kamaan
zara dil nikaalo

hey jamaalo
hey jamaalo
hey jamaalo
hey jamaalo

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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आsss आss आss आsss
आssss आss आssssss

हे जमालो
ओ वा वा हे जमालों
हाँ हे जमालो
ओ वा वा हे जमालों
मेरा प्यार मेरी जान
कभी आज़मा लो
ओ मेरा प्यार मेरी जान
कभी आज़मा लो
हे जमालो
हे वा वा हे जमालों
हाँ हे जमालो
हे वा वा हे जमालों
हो ये है तीर ये कमान
ज़रा दिल निकालो
हो ये है तीर ये कमान
ज़रा दिल निकालो

हो हो हो
हो हो
हो हो हो
हो हो
ओ हो हो
ओ हो
हो हो हो
होए होए होए

तेरे हाथों मर जाएँगे
नाम जहान् में कर जाएँगे
मरते मरते दिल की झोली
प्यार से तेरे भर जाएँगे
ओ हो तेरे हाथों मर जाएँगे
बड़े देखे मरने वाले
प्यार का दम भरने वाले
हे जमालो
हे जमालो
हे जमा॰॰आ॰॰आलो
ओ मेरा प्यार मेरी जान
कभी आज़मा लो
हे जमालो
वा वा हे जमालों
हो ये है तीर ये कमान
ज़रा दिल निकालो

हो हो
हुम्ममम हुम्ममम
हो हो
हुम्ममम हुम्ममम
ओ हो
हुम्ममम
हुम्ममम
ओ हो
हुम्ममम
हुम्ममम
हे॰॰ए॰॰ए

देखो कैसे दीवाने हैं
पंख नहीं और परवाने हैं
हम से ये क्या चाल चलेंगे
अपने जाने पहचाने हैं
ओ हो देखो कैसे दीवाने हैं
जान ले लो ग़म ना होगा
इश्क़ मेरा कम ना होगा
हे जमालो
हे जमालो
हे जमा॰॰आ॰॰आलो
ओ ये है तीर ये कमान
ज़रा दिल निकालो
हे जमालो
वा वा हे जमालों
ओ मेरा प्यार मेरी जान
कभी आज़मा लो

जीते जी तुम क्या मानोगे
मर जाएँगे पहचानोगे
जान लिया है प्यार तुम्हारा
आओ पकड़ो हाथ हमारा
ओ हो आओ पकड़ो हाथ हमारा
मुस्कुरा के दो सहारे
हम तुम्हारे तुम हमारे
हे जमालो
हे जमालो
हे जमा॰॰आ॰॰आलो
हो मेरा प्यार मेरी जान
कभी आज़मा लो
हे जमालो
वा वा हे जमालों
हे जमालो
वा वा हे जमालों
ओ ये है तीर ये कमान
ज़रा दिल निकालो
ओ ये है तीर ये कमान
ज़रा दिल निकालो

हे जमालो
हे जमालो
हे जमालो
हे जमालो


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 sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day : 3496 Post No. : 14049

Missing Films of 1960s – 57
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Today’s debut film is ‘Do Dushman’ from 1967.  And the song is a delightful dance duet sung by Asha Bhosle and Kamal Barot.

The films belongs to the stunt genre. It is produced under the banner of Co-operative Pictures, Bombay, and is directed by Mohammed Husain. The eminent star cast consists of Dara Singh, Mumtaz, Ajeet, Sheikh Mukhtar, Veena, Ulhas, Amar, Bela Bose, Agha, and Meenakshi amongst others.

The film has a total of 8 songs listed, all of which are penned by Aziz Qaisi. The name of music director’s name is listed as Manohar. In all likelihood, this is Monohar Lal Sonik, the blind music director, who also gave music as part of the Sonik Omi duo.

The song is a fast paced dance song. Since there are two lead singing voices, it is safe to assume that this would have been a twin dance on screen. The film seems to be available, as one more song of this film is available online as a video clip. However, this song is available as an audio only so far. From the sound and the pace of the songs, my hunch is that Bela Bose would be one of the dancers on screen. I request other knowledgeable friends and readers to help add more information about this film and this song.

So with this post, the film ‘Do Dushman’ of 1967 opens its account on our blog today. Enjoy this fast pace dance number.

 

Song – Chhammak Chhallo Jiyo Vallaah  (Do Dushman) (1967) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Kamal Barot, Lyrics – Aziz Qaisi, MD – Manohar
Asha Bhosle + Kamal Barot
Chorus

 

Lyrics

aa haa

chhammak chhallo jiyo vallaah
husn tera allaah allaah
chaand sa chehra rashq e bahaar
chaal teri subhaan allaah

jalwon ki aayi hai baraat
sitaare liye saath
dilbar aaa aa aa aa
o dilbar aaa aa aa aa aaaa
ho oo
chhammak chhallo jiyo vallaah
rang e hennaa allaah allaah
chaand sa chehra rashq e bahaar
chaal teri subhaan allaah

le ke aa ja aane waale
salman sitaaron saji paalki
kaliyaan khili hain gore gaal ki
khili khili gaalon pe hai
surkhi bahaaron ke singaar ki
ghadiaan sajaa le intezaar ki
chamka hai noor noor
raahon mein door door
chamka hai noor noor
angdaai aane lagi
dil gudgudaane lagi
angdaai aane lagi
chaaya hai khumaar
dil e dildaar
jaan e intezaar
palken jhukaane lagi raat
ho oo palken jhukaane lagi raat
dilbar aaa aa aa aa
o dilbar aaa aa aa aa aaaa
ho oo
chhammak chhallo jiyo vallaah
rang e hennaa allaah allaah
chaand sa chehra rashq e bahaar
chaal teri subhaan allaah

gaur taaj par chamke damke
malak palak tak dhoom
makna sehra nagar subah
cham chama cham jhoom
saar jhalaa jhal warkar sarvar
aasmaan ka danka kir kir
shaan teri mehmaan salaamat
baaj salaamat
kya. . .
maahataabaan adaayen teri kya kehna
mehtaabaan adaayen teri kya kehna
waari jaaun
pheri jaaun
waari jaaun
pheri jaaun
nargis e shehnaa
ho latkan mein var daal samoorat
heere motiaan
mehtaabaan adaayen teri kya kehna

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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आ हा

छ्म्मक छल्लो जियो वल्लाह
हुस्न तेरा अल्लाह अल्लाह
चाँद सा चहरा रश्क ए बहार
चाल तेरी सुबहान अल्लाह

जलवों की आई है बारात
सितारे लिए साथ
दिलबर आ॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आ
ओ दिलबर आ॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰॰
हो ओ
छ्म्मक छल्लो जियो वल्लाह
रंग ए हिना अल्लाह अल्लाह
चाँद सा चहरा रश्क ए बहार
चाल तेरी सुबहान अल्लाह

ले के आजा आने वाले
सल्मां सितारों सजी पालकी
कलियाँ खिली हैं गोरे गाल की
खिली खिली गालों पे है
सुर्खी बहारों के सिंगार की
घड़ियाँ सजा ले इंतज़ार की
चमका है नूर नूर
राहों में दूर दूर
चमका है नूर नूर
अंगड़ाई आने लगी
दिल गुदगुदाने लगी
छाया है खुमार
दिल ए दिलदार
जान ए इंतज़ार
पलकें झुकाने लगी रात
हो ओ पलकें झुकाने लगी रात
दिलबर आ॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आ
ओ दिलबर आ॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰॰
हो ओ
छ्म्मक छल्लों जियो वल्लाह
रंग ए हिना अल्लाह अल्लाह
चाँद सा चहरा रश्क ए बहार
चाल तेरी सुबहान अल्लाह

गौर ताज पर चमके दमके
मलक पलक तक धूम
मकना सेहरा नागर सुबह
चम चमा चम झूम
सार झाला झाल वरकर सरवर
आसमान का डंका किर किर
शान तेरी महमान सलामत
बाज सलातमत
क्या॰ ॰ ॰
माहताबाँ अदाएं तेरी क्या कहना
महताबाँ अदाएं तेरी क्या कहना
वारी जाऊँ
फेरि जाऊँ
वारी जाऊँ
फेरि जाऊँ
नर्गिस ए शहना
हो लटकन में वर दाल समूरत
हीरे मोतियाँ
महताबाँ अदाएं तेरी क्या कहना


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Blog Day : 3494 Post No. : 14043

“Us Raat Ke Baad”(1970) was a “social” movie. Information contained in HFGK about this movie is incomplete.

Luckily the print of this movie is available online. Watching it, one finds that the movie was produced and directed by Y B Siraj for 51 Cine Commercial corporation, Bombay. The movie had Sanjeev Kumar, Tanuja, Sailesh Kumar, Shaminder, Kishore Bhat (introducing), Aruna Irani, Madan Puri, Tarun Bose, Bela Bose, Asit Sen, Pravin Paul, Sundar, Amrit Patel, Dinesh Hingoo, Masterji etc in it.

HFGK mentions four songs in the movie and leaves blanks indicating that the movie had additional songs in it. On watching the movie, it is seen that the movie had a fifth song as well which is the movie opening song cum movie closing song. So the movie had five songs in all.

Two songs from the movie have been covered in the past. Here is the third song from “Us Raat Ke Baad”(1970) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Bula Gupta. Gulzar is the lyricist. Music is composed by Hemant Kumar.

The song is picturised as a cabarat dance song on Bela Bose, with a few shady looking characters visible in the picturisation.

Bula Gupta, a new name for this blog, makes her debut in the blog with this song. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on her.


Song-Jaam uthha ke tod ke taubaa pee(Us Raat Ke Baad)(1970) Singer-Bula Gupta, Lyrics-Gulzar, MD-Hemant Kumar

Lyrics

jaam uthha ke tod ke tauba pee ee
kal jo hona hai so hoga pee ee
hoy
jaam uthha ke tod ke tauba pee ee
kal jo hona hai so hoga pee ee

hoy

thhodi der mein chaand jawaan hoga aa
aaj hai ye kal aur samaa hoga aa
thhodi der mein chaand jawaan hoga aa
aaj hai ye kal aur samaa hoga aao
ho
ho
jaam se donon honth laga ke pee
kal jo hona hai so hoga pee ee
haay
jaam uthha ke tod ke tauba pee
kal jo hona hai so hoga pee ee

raat angdaayi leker jaagegi ee
haath se may ka pyaala maangegi ee
raat angdaayi leker jaagegi ee
haath se may ka pyaala maangegi ee
ho
aah
raat ke honth se honth laga ke pee ee
kal jo hona hai so hoga peeee
haay
jaam uthha ke tod ke tauba pee
kal jo hona hai so hoga pee


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Blog Day : 3493 Post No. : 14039

“Raat Ke Andhere Mein”(1967) was directed by Devraj for Ashok Films, Bombay. The movie had Dev Kumar, Sonia Sahni, Sahida, Dev Dutt, Bhagwan, Mohan Choti, Murad, Rajan Haksar etc in it.

HFGK lists six songs for the movie and leaves blanks indicating that the movie had other songs as well but their details are not known. Interestingly enough, the videos of the songs of the movie are available online, which suggests that the video of the movie is available as well. So I went through the whole movie, fast forwarding liberally and pausing only to check the songs. I came to the conclusion that the movie contains the same six songs as mentioned in HFGK. There are no additional songs. So the list of songs in HFGK for this movie is complete.

Four songs from the movie have been covered in the past.

Here is the fifth song from “Raat Ke Andhere Mein”(1967) to appear in the blog. This song is the title song of the movie, which is picturised as a club song cum villain’s den song. The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Prem Dhawan is the lyricist as well as music director.

I am unable to identify the lady lip syncing the song. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify her and others in the picturisation.


Song-Raat ke andhere mein (Raat Ke Andhere Mein)(1969) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Prem Dhawan, MD-Prem Dhawan

Lyrics

raat ke ae
andhere mein ae
baanhon ke ae
ghere mein
aa bhi ja
aa bhi ja
aa bhi ja
aa bhi ja

raat ke andhere mein aen
baahon ke ghere mein aen
aa bhi ja
ke faasla
rahe na aaj tere mere mein
raat ke andhere mein aen
baaho ke ghere mein aen
aa bhi ja
ke faasla
rahe na aaj tere mere mein
raat ke andhere mein

o jaaneman
ye zindagi ee
zindaadili ka naam hai
yahaan pe to
uthha le jo
milta usi ko jaam hai
tu badhke apna jaam le
kisi ka haath thhaam le
kate na zindagi akele main
o o
raat ke andhere mein aen
baanhon ke ghere mein
aa bhi ja
ke faasla
rahe na aaj tere mere mein
raat ke andhere mein

ye ishq bhi
fareb hai
lekin hai kitna haseen
kahaan talak
bachaaye dil
dil bhi bacha hai kahin
tujhe nasha
mujhe nasha
kise pata hai fark kya
ik asli aur nakli chehre mein
o o
raat ke andhere mein aen
baanhon ke ghere mein
aa bhi ja
ke faasla
rahe na aaj tere mere mein aen
raat ke andhere mein

ye mastiyaan
ye shokhiyaan
tujh ko bulaaye jhoom ke ae
ruke ruke
kadam hain kyun
aaja paas jaam choom ke
ye raat hai khumaar ki
kiye ja baat pyaar ki
ke der hai abhi savere mein
o o
raat ke andhere mein aen
baanhon ke ghere mein aen
aa bhi ja
ke faasla
rahe na aaj tere mere mein aen
raat ke andhere mein


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 sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

This article is the 14000th song post in the blog.

Blog Day : 3485 Post No. : 14000

Aah, the magical triple zero. There is always quite a long wait to get to a milestone that carries all zeroes in the last three digits. Welcome all, to the fourteenth such milestone. Yes, I hear you say it – it IS getting to be a staggering collection, this ASAD blog. You can pick your time preference, we are on to the

  • 3, 485th day, or
  • at 497 weeks and 6 days, or
  • 114 months and 14 days, or
  • 9 Years, 6 Months and 14 Days

of the continued proliferation of this blog.

Given where we are today, and from when we started, the average posting rate has been a tad over 4 songs a day, 4.0172 to be precise. Or to put it another way, if we were exactly at 4 songs a day, then today we would have been at 13,940, requiring 15 more days to hit the 14K milestone. So we are running marginally faster than 4 songs a day. And today morning, I was just wondering, maybe I should suggest to Atul ji, and maybe we should name this blog as AFSAD, instead of ASAD. OK yes, you guessed it right – Atul-Four-Songs-A-Day. 😀 😀

I am once again reminded of “Gaata Jaaye Banjaara. . .”; the operative phrase here being “Gaata Jaaye” – continues to sing, continuously sings, does not stop singing. . . whichever way you want to put it. Ah yes, continues to sing, and never repeats. Now that has been the amazing wonder sans pareil. If anyone else, any reader has come across at such a consistently prolific web destination on the internet, I would like to know about it. The quality, the content, the sheer volume, the authenticity et al – it is no longer just a matter of curiosity for the web surfers. This is seriously serious stuff, that does not just raise eyebrows in remark-ability, but also in invidious envy. ASAD is the Gold Standard of Hindi film music on the internet. And then some.

As I checked the visitors ticker just now, we just rolled over the count at 10,054,000th visitor today. The average works out to be close to 2,900 visitors per day – wow. इंटरनेट है तो चल जाता है, इतने लोग रोज़ गाना सुनने के लिए घर आने लगें तो॰ ॰ ॰ 😀 😀

And so, a very special milestone, just the fourteenth one over all these 9+ years. And just to see where we have been at the time these 13 previous milestones were breached, here is the list to go with this analysis.

 

Post No. Song Title Film Name Year Post Date D1 D2
1 Miley Na Phool To Kaanton Se Dosti Kar Li Anokhi Raat 1968 19-Jul-08 1 1
1000 Piya Hum Saat Mulk Ka Paani Lootmaar 1980 30-Mar-09 255 255
2000 Dhakdhak Karti Chali Jeewan Ki Rail Re Dilruba 1950 27-Sep-09 182 436
3000 Maa Mujhe Apne Aanchal Mein Chhupaa Le Chhota Bhai 1966 20-Sep-10 359 794
4000 Kyaa Se Kyaa Ho Gayaa Bewafaa Tere Pyaar Mein Guide 1965 13-Jun-11 267 1060
5000 Hamen To Loot Liyaa Mil Ke Husn Waalon Ne Al Hi Laal 1958 13-Nov-11 154 1213
6000 Geet Kitne Gaa Chuki Hoon NFS – Asha Bhosle 1960s 23-May-12 193 1405
7000 Falak Se Utre Zameen Pe Taare NFS – Mohammed Rafi 1960s 13-Nov-12 175 1579
8000 Beautiful Baby Of Bombay Ek Phool Chaar Kaante 1960 28-Apr-13 167 1745
9000 Ankhiyan Sang Ankhiyaan Laagi Aaj Badaa Aadmi 1961 13-Nov-13 200 1944
10000 Phul Rahin Belariyaan Dolen Trapped 1931 20-Jul-14 250 2193
11000 Kaam Ki Dhun Mein Hain Rawaan Gyaarah Hazaar Ladkiyaan 1962 31-Mar-15 255 2447
12000 Door Desh Se Aane Waale. . . Piya Milenge Gaja Bhaau (Marathi) 1943 20-Apr-16 387 2833
13000 Dil Tumse Lagaaya Kyun Hamne Captain Azaad 1964 4-Mar-17 319 3151
14000 Khayaam Hai Allah Waala Omar Khayyaam 1946 1-Feb-18 335 3485

The above table gives the progression of the ‘K’ milestones, as they have occurred during the journey of our musical bandwagon. The first five columns in this table are self explanatory. The last two columns are titled D1 and D2 (for lack of print space 🙂 ). D1 is the difference of no. of days between the two subsequent ‘K’ milestones. And D2 is the number of days after which we hit a ‘K’ milestone, calculated from the Day-1 i.e. 19th July, 2008. The data contained in this table lends itself to many interesting analyses and observations.

  • The shortest ‘K’ journey was from 4K to 5K – 154 days.
  • The longest ‘K’ journey was from 11K to 12K – 387 days.
  • The average journey from one ‘K’ milestone to the next is 250 days, or just a little over 8 months.
  • Considering a gap of 5000 songs, the fastest run has been from 5K to 10K – only 980 days, with an average of 196 days per K milestone.
    . . it seems that from Nov 2011 to Jul 2014, the blog team had a lot of time on hand 😀 😀
  • Our pace beyond 10K has slowed down considerably, and for good reasons – our journey from 5K to 14K has consumed 1292 days already.

I am sure the regulars and readers will notice more interesting details in this data. I would encourage all to please share more interesting analyses of the above data.

Now a word about these posts themselves.

The 1K post

A very interesting choice that Atul ji made – to bring on a good song, and a rare song, not available till then. The film – ‘Lootmaar’. The posting performance – right about at 255 days, setting the average pace that apparently has been sustained so far. A brief quote from his write up :-

[…] I take this opportunity to thank all my readers whose encouragement (visits, comments etc) have made this blog an important blog for those who want to savour the best songs that Bollywood music world has to offer. I hope that this blog will go from strength to strength and I will be able to add many more thousands of songs to this blog in the times to come.

He did write that he expects the blog to go from “strength to strength” and that he would “. . .add many more thousands of songs […] in the times to come”. So this is one question I would like Atul ji to respond to specifically – was his expectations that we shall reach, where we have reached today, and still going strong??

The 2K post

Atul ji made a very interesting and a very profound start to this post – “Bollywood movies and Indian Railways are two of the major unifying factors for this vast nation of India.” The song is a ‘Rail’ song. Then he goes on to say that he himself can barely believe – to quote – “Yes, believe it or not, this song is the 2000th song of this blog. 2000 songs in 14 months is a barely believable feat even for myself.” And then he closes it requesting for blessings from readers and contributors, and with the hope that the blog continues to go from “strength to strength”.

The 3K post

This post is by Raja ji. And we saw two ‘thousand’ celebrations combined for the first time. It was 3000th song for the blog and it was 1000th song of Lata Mangeshkar. Raja ji opens this post with

“[…]today we mark the 3000th song on this blog. Yes, it is mind-b(l)ogg(l)ing, considering this blog is hardly two years old. That is an average of 4-5 songs every day! That’s an amazing run-rate, especially if you consider how much effort goes into every single song here.”

Yes – ‘bloggling’ – one of the very first new words coined by the team, and contributed to the international effort to enrich the Oxford English Dictionary. 🙂 And then, follows it up with a very interesting and detailed examination of the song itself.
[Ed Note: we have other interesting coinage – gangout, yippeeable, etc. 🙂 ]

The 4K post

The burden of writing this post once again fell on to Raja ji. And this time around, we had a combined ‘thousand’ celebration – the blog milestone plus the 1000th song for Rafi Sb. Raja ji called it the ‘double mega’ celebration. The post, written with apprehension, as per Raja ji himself, is a very interesting read about Rafi Sb. His passion for Rafi Sb’s voice and his singing, and his personal experiences with his songs, clearly shines through the write up.

The 5K post

So far, the ‘K’ milestones were important, but nonetheless, were kind of part of the ongoing journey. By the time we started to feel the proximity of the 5K milestone, things had gotten much warmer. For one, the group of regulars had become a sizeable and a very stable team. And approaching 5K became a beacon milestone that Atul ji started planning well in advance. And what became manifest is probably the longest write up as yet. And that – because three people collaborated to do the write up. One part is penned by Raja ji, writing about the blog history, as he has seen it from day 1. The second part is written by yours truly, and this piece contains a detailed bio sketch and career discussion of the music director Bulo C Rani. The third part is written by Atul ji, in which he talks about the batting line up – a blazing opening stand, a solid middle order, and then a tailender scoring “some runs”. 🙂

The celebration was heightened by the choice of the song – one of the most iconic qawwaali in the history of Hindi film music. Atul ji pointed out that the blog visitor ticker had then recently turned over the 2 million mark; that the blog was being ranked 3rd and 4th in the Google page rankings; and that the daily visitor hits had gone up significantly – almost 7,000 visitors per day sustained for a good period of time. The celebration and the echoes of it in the comments area were a fitting reverberation of a 5K milestone.

An interesting insight that was provided by Atul ji – at the 4700th milestone, he had kind of made a decision to get this qawwaali as the 5K milestone song, along with the 100th song for Bulo C Rani. The problem however was that Bulo C was at 20 songs when the blog touched 4700. As per Atul ji, it was a concentrated and focused effort that brought 79 more Bulo C Rani songs to the blog within the next 300 posts. 🙂

The 6K post

On to the 6th celebration of thousand quotas, we again combined a double mega milestone – 6K for the blog and the thousandth song for Asha Bhosle. The post, written by yours truly, was all about Asha Bhosle, her career, her singing, her accomplishments and honors in the arena of Hindi film music. The journey of the bandwagon was also covered, with the acknowledgement that the visitor ticker had slid past the 3 million mark around the time the 5900th post came up. The song picked for this occasion is a non-film song – a fantastic favorite of all Asha Bhosle fans. And we have a very interesting comment from Raja ji – once again equating to the cricketing world, he likened the pace on the blog with a T20 match. 😀 😀

The 7K post

The occasion was the Diwali celebrations of 2012. The double celebration was getting the 1700th song of Rafi Sb on board. The post came about when the blog was just a few days short of breaching the 4 million visitor’s milestone. And quite specifically I had been saving an fabulous non film song, and a very rare one at that – Rafi Sb’s voice and the song about Diwali.

So the special post about Rafi Sb, the Diwali celebration and the 7K milestone. I would like to quote myself, for the fun of the Magic Box –

“Be that this blog is a Wonderful Bag of Magic. And that makes Atul ji, the Magician. Just close your eyes and imagine – Atulji, wearing a flowing robe with sparkling stars stitched on it, wearing a magicians hat, with a wand in hand. And every time he waves his wand (or clicks the mouse 🙂 ), this Wonderful Bag of Magic is richer with a few more flavors of life. Bringing joy to the lovers of music in all parts of the world.”

The 8K post

The song that I picked for this post is really very very special – the ‘rockingest’ song in the Hindi film history. The discussion included topics such as having viewed this film on Doordarshan as a child, and the ensuing discussion amongst school friends the next day. And that the film had completed its tally of all songs on the blog. The Yippeee terminology had not yet been invented, and we just completed the song list for the film.

A notable thing about this song and the write up was probably the first discussion about the variations in the 78 rpm record and the sound track versions of the song. And quite likely also the first time that both versions of the song were included in the post and the lyrics.

The 9K post

As I was trying to decipher the concept of ‘nine thousand’ itself, I did find something very interesting – a definition of 9000 from the world of anime literature. I include a brief quote from my own write up, telling about what I found out about this multi mega number.

“As Goku powers up in rage, Vegeta senses an explosive increase in his power level and yells: “It’s over nine thousand!”. The phrase immediately caught on and continued to become popular, and the number 9000 soon became adapted as a slang term to describe something or someone of impressive strength.

That is what this blog is now becoming – a thing of impressive size and collection, that is unmatched anywhere on the internet. And by tomorrow, when the next post is uploaded, we can all claim our blog to be “over 9000” – a blog size that cannot be beaten or bettered.”

But the other very interesting thing that is attached to this 9K milestone – in the preceding 2 to 3 weeks the posting activity had gone up significantly, touching 8, 9 or even 10 posts per day. And the reason for the activity was revealed in the write up. Atul ji had observed that the 5K milestone had fallen on the 13th November, and so had the 7K milestone. So in his effort to ensure that the 9K also made it on the same day of the year. We were posting feverishly to get the number on the date. And we did. 🙂

And the musical milestone that was combined was the 2100th song of Rafi Sb. And the song selected for this milestone is really very very special song.

The 10K post

I do not need to reminiscence the circumstances and the content of this post. The event was remarkable just in the fact that almost the entire bandwagon was connected on email and text message, as we waited out the last few hours waiting for the dime to drop. This particular celebration had a massive and an impressive build up. We planned it such that many regular contributors prepared a special post about another member of the bandwagon. And we kind of created a record – the entire set of posts related to the 10K celebrations numbers 63 – wow, that is massive.

The build up was of course very invigorating, and the climax was meant to be a very very special surprise, which was not revealed till the very end of the posting process. In a manner of speaking, the blog changed the history of Hindi film music, by brining on board a song from a film from 1931. Till that time, the acknowledged fact was that the earliest recorded film songs came from 1932. It was just like re-writing the history.

The date for this event fell on 20th July, and Atul ji explained in his part of the writeup on why we missed the 19th July target, which would have coincided with the birth date of the blog.

I quote from Atul ji’s part of the write up

“What had started with the aim of being just another blog has become one of the shining examples of the power of online collaborations which had led to the creation of an amazing collection of authentic information on the topic of HFM.”

And more

“The mark of 10,000 posts is a landmark that takes us to the five figure mark. This figure is a mindboggling figure. I recall that Raja had came to meet me in 2010. The blog then had 4000 songs in it and I has told Raja that I had about 6000 songs with me in all. Both of us had considered that figure to be an enormous figure. And now we are talking of 10,000th post. 🙂 And now we find that we still have lots of songs that have not yet been covered in the blog !”

And I had added my bit as –

“[…] having cracked the 10K target, then the 15K and 20K are going to be relatively minor in comparison, and the next BIG ONE (as they say in surfing) is now going to 25K. Ah well, we are all going to be gainfully occupied for many many years to come. Now that is a BIG thought.”

The 11K post

Just the one case in the entire history of Hindi film music, did we have this solitary opportunity to have a song that exactly was the post number itself. The regulars will know what I am talking about – “Gyarah Hazaar Ladkiyaan”. This song is so tailor made and so one of its kind that it is just once in a lifetime opportunity. And as I mentioned in the write up, Atul ji and I had been saving it for centuries – I mean blog centuries. The write up was a rambling piece about anything related to the number 11, but then I did get round to the song at the end. 🙂  And yes, we did get to have an interesting input from dear Arun ji about the title of the film and the song. Check it out if you missed it earlier.

The 12K post

This was a post that was delayed by an unprecedented three days. I had intiated the post with the comment that the “counter has been stuck at double one triple nine, for three days now. That, I am sure, will have beaten all the records in the books.”

Yet once again, the blog made a significant contribution to writing the history of Hindi film music. There had been many occasions when an animated discussion had happened on ‘Lata Mangeshkar’s first song’. A lot of research and analysis had been done, and the answers have been structured in a few different ways. In this post, we brought up as a first, the first Hindi song of Lata ji, sung in a Marathi film. Once again, a discovery of phenomenal proportions, accompanied by the requisite analysis of all available information, this post yet once again turned out to be a very special post.

The 13K post

Atul ji stepped in to write this 13th episode in the ‘K’ series of our blog. He presented an analysis about the strike rate of each of the 1K interregnums and then presented a very rare song from an obscure film from 1960s. The reason he chose this song was that all artists associated with the song seemed to have worked only in this film, making it a rarest of rare commodities in the annals of Hindi film music.

And that brings us to the 14K milestone.

The special anniversary we wanted to connect it to, has actually passed by yesterday. On account of certain exigencies of work and personal situations, both Atul ji and I were not able to complete all the requirements to have the 14K milestone yesterday i.e. 31st January.

The special post we have today is for the legendary singer of the golden era of Hindi film music. Yes, it is Suraiya, whose passing away anniversary was yesterday.

For this occasion, I have dug out another music piece which can be classified as rarest of the rare and heretofore considered lost. Regular folks with easily recall the 1946 film ‘Omar Khayyaam’. The film has seven songs listed in the Geet Kosh. Three of these songs are sung by Saigal Sb, and the same have already been showcased on the blog. The remaining four songs are all in the voice of Suraiya, and sadly enough all of them are unavailable anywhere as yet.

But that situation changed a while back. One of my collector friends shared with me one of these four songs, in audio. And I have been planning a write up, waiting for such one momentous occasion to bring it to the attention of the music lovers. I communicated with Atul ji and we decided that we shall bring it up as the song for the 14K milestone. This discovery is of momentous proportions, meriting a milestone of this size. And so we were working towards getting this posted on 31st January. But circumstances intervened and now we are posting it a day late.

In any case, an additional windfall that happened in the interim is that another friend sent me another link from the YouTube. As I checked it out, it almost was heartbeat stopping experience. The song that I was planning to post as audio, the video of the same has also been uploaded online. This discovery has significant implications, the most important being the fact that the film ‘Omar Khayyaam’ is available in the public domain and needs to be traced.

The real beauty of the find is to see Suraiya perform this song  -“Khayyaam Hai Allah Waala”. It is a dance song in the presence of an audience that does not seem to be a king’s court. However, the dancer, Suraiya and the accompanying ladies appears to be dressed up for a royal performance. The video clip is a little less than one and a half minutes. The audio clip that I have seems to be prepared from the same video clip.

The massive milestone today also merits congratulations all around. Of course, Atul ji’s indefatigable devotion to this task, and the commendable team work of the group of contributors are the bulwark strength of this blog and its exemplary achievements across the board.

And now, it is just another 1000 posts to go for the major 15K milestone. That is very definitely reachable now. 🙂

 

Song – Khayaam Hai Allah Waala  (Omar Khayaam) (1946) Singer – Suraiya, Lyrics – Dr Safdar Aah Sitapuri, MD – Lal Mohammed

Lyrics

khayaam hai allah waala
khayaam hai allah waala
matwaala allah hoo
jeena
aur jee kar peena..aa..aa
jeena
aur jee kar peena..aa..aa
peena
aur pee kar jeena
peena
aur pee kar jeena

maikhaana allah hoo ka
maikhaana allah hoo ka
aur pyaala allah hoo
allah hoo
allah hoo
allah hoo

ye mast hawaaein aayin
ye mast hawaaein aayin
rehmat ki ghataayen chhaain
rehmat ki ghataayen chhaain
mai ishq e khuda ki lekar
mai ishq e khuda ki lekar
jannat se hooren aayin
jannat se hooren aayin
gardish mein aa kar boley
gardish mein aa kar boley
khud pyaala allaah hoo
allah hoo
allah hoo
allah hoo

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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खैयाम है अल्लाह वाला
खैयाम है अल्लाह वाला
मतवाला अल्लाह हू
जीना
और जी कर पीना॰॰आ॰॰आ
जीना
और जी कर पीना॰॰आ॰॰आ
पीना
और पी कर जीना
पीना
और पी कर जीना

मैखाना अल्लाह हू का
मैखाना अल्लाह हू का
और प्याला अल्लाह हू
अल्लाह हू
अल्लाह हू
अल्लाह हू

ये मस्त हवाएँ आईं
ये मस्त हवाएँ आईं
रहमत की घटाएँ छाईं
रहमत की घटाएँ छाईं
मय इश्क़ ए खुदा की लेकर
मय इश्क़ ए खुदा की लेकर
जन्नत से हूरें आईं
जन्नत से हूरें आईं
गर्दिश में आ कर बोले
गर्दिश में आ कर बोले
खुद प्याला अल्लाह हू
अल्लाह हू
अल्लाह हू
अल्लाह हू


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Blog Day : 3482 Post No. : 13988

“Dooj Ka Chaand” (1964) was directed by Nitin Bose for Filmasia, Bombay. The movie had Ashok Kumar, Bharat Bhushan, B saroja Devi, Chandrashekhar, Ratna, Ulhas, Murad, Ifthikar, raj Kumar, Parshuram, Prabhat Kumar, Radheshyam, Mirza Musharraf, Chaman Puri, Polson, Tiwari, Shah, Abhimanyu, Mahavir, Sharma, Ravikant, Tanveer, Nimbalkar, N Kashmiri, Padhi, Puttu, Agha, Sulochana, Azra, Preetibala, Jeewankala, Madhumati, Rani, Leena, Tuntun etc in it.

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

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Phool gendwa na maaro 921 18-Mar-09
Mehfil se uthh jaane waalon 3214 16-Nov-10
Chaand takta hai idhar 5646 17-Mar-12
Sun ae maanzabeen mujhe tujhse ishq nahin 6080 14-Jun-12
Pade barkha phuhaar kare jiyaraa pukaar 6898 25-Oct-12
Lo apna jahaan duniyaawaalon 7077 27-Nov-12
Sajan salona maang lo jee koi 13600 21-Sep-17
Vinti suno mori avadhpur ke basaiyya 13616 26-Sep-17

As can be seen, the movie had some memorable songs in it. One of these songs was covered as a multiple century song as well (Blog’s, Sahir Ludhianvi’s and Sudhir Ji’s century song) in one writeup.

The eighth and final song is a special song as well. It is sung by the Hemmadi Sisters Suman and Shyama Hemmadi, who after their marriages became known as Suman Kalyanpur and Shyama Chittar respectively. The two sisters, though not as prolific as the various Mangeshkar sisters in singing together, have sung togethertwice in HFM. The first occasion was in “Dooj Ka Chaand)”(1964) and later in “Deedaar” (1970).

Here is the first of these duets sung by the two sisters. Sahir Ludhianvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Roshan.

The song is picturised as a dance son on two dancers. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify them.

There may be errors in the lyrics that I have noted down because the words are not clear at some places. I request our readers with keener ears to help point them out.

With this song, “Dooj Ka Chaand” (1964) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Jhaankti hai meri aankhon se kazaa chhan chhan ke(Dooj Ka Chaand)(1964) Singers-Suman Kalyanpur, Shyama Hemmadi, Lyrics-Sahir Ludhianvi, MD-Roshan

Lyrics

jhaankti hai meri aankhon se kaza chhan chhan ke
jhaankti
jhaankti hai meri aankhon se kaza chhan chhan ke
jhaankti hai meri aankhon se kaza chhan chhan ke
jhaankti
jhaankti hai meri aankhon se kaza chhan chhan ke

mujhse mat chhed karna khel jaan ke
aji haan khel jaan ke
aag ko chhoo na lena shole maan ke
aji haan shole maan ke
aa aa aa aa aa aa
mere daaman pe daal na lalchaai nazre bhi
zara thham thham ke
jhankti
jhankti hai meri aankhon se kaza chhan chhan ke
jhankti hai meri aankhon se kaza chhan chhan ke

ek bijli si chamke ghaat ghaat mein
aji haan ghaat ghaat mein
ek shola sa damke baat baat mein
aji haan baat baat mein
aa aa aa aa aa aa aa aa
dil to kya shai hai
jaan bhi le legi matwaali ada
chhan chhan ke jhankti
jhaankti hai meri aankhon se kaza chhaa chhan ke
jhaankti hai meri aankhon se kaza chhaa chhan ke

meri chaahat ka naadaan dhang aur hai
aji haan dhang aur hai
meri qaatil hansi ka rang aur hai
aji haan rang aur hai
aa aa aa aa aa aa aa aa
mere khanjar ke waar ka milta hai bismil ko maza
chhan chhan ke
jhaankti
jhankti hain meri aankhon se kaza chhan chhan ke
jhaankti
jhaankti hain meri aankhon se kaza chhan chhan ke
jhaankti hain meri aankhon se kaza chhan chhan ke
jhaankti
jhaankti hain meri aankhon se kaza chhan chhan ke


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 sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day : 3474 Post No. : 13953

The film ‘Tere Mere Sapne’ is an intense personal favorite, as are many of Vijay Anand’s films. This film is a very sensitive, rational and balanced view of the healthcare systems in our country, especially in the rural areas. Of course, the time frame is of 1960s (the film released in 1971). The medical profession and healthcare systems have seen unbelievable transformations, especially the brazen and vulgar commercialization of this profession, that was once considered a hallowed service of the people. But maybe more of that later.

I like this film, in all its aspects. I know when this film was released, there were many articles in magazines and newspapers, trying to find and point out technical and medical faults with the film’s many medical scenarios. It was like pointing out the defects in a mango, that one is no doubt enjoying, but still complaining that the skin of the mango is too thick or too thin. 🙂 My counter to this discussion was – please, hold on, this is a film, a dramatization of human situations. The director is trying to tell a story, about a very important profession in the society, attempting to exhibit certain ground realities, and also trying to suggest some approaches. It is not a treatise on anatomy or cardiology, that should be scientifically perfect, but does not tell a story.

In my humble opinion, all aspects of this film are very creditable – be it the storyline development, be it the dialogues and dialogue delivery, be it the performances by individual actors – no matter what is the time that character spends on the screen, be it the pace at which the tale progresses, be it the subtle and overt messages it intends to present, or be it the music and the songs – each one of them being a gem status song. I am sure the readers are familiar with the many songs of this film, and they will agree to this statement. Neeeraj, the poet, and Sachin Da (SD Burman) have collaborated to create and bring a set of such beautiful and meaningful songs. And when one tops that with Vijay Anand’s handling of the song picturization scenarios, it is like ‘सोने पे सुहागा’.

Let us take today’s song for example. This is the penultimate song of this film to be posted (and yes, we should be on the lookout for a Yippeee call for this film, very shortly 🙂 ). The story revolves around a small town, and the small hospital this town has. The senior doctor in this hospital (role played by Mahesh Kaul), who founded this hospital, is in the evening of his life. He is part paralyzed, and not fully capable to handle his duties as the Chief Medical Officer. His wife (role played by Paro), on the other hand, rules the hospital with an iron hand, and does not allow the inability of her husband to manage the setup, to be exposed to the outside world or to the regulatory authorities. Another senior doctor in the hospital is Dr Kothari (role played by Vijay Anand), who has given up his battle with the complexities of life, and is drowning himself in drink, in the anonymity of this small out of the place village. Into this scenario steps in Dr Anand (role played by Dev Anand). A recent graduate, he is fresh young mind with hallowed dreams of serving the poor people.

The situation for the song is that an elderly couple in the village (roles played by Sapru and Dulari), very hesitatingly and bashfully announce to the doctors at the hospital that they are on way to the first child in their lives. There is happiness and good news scenario, punctuated by the sad news that the child, when born, is not breathing. Dr Kothari, the gaynecologist, is drunk and out cold, not in a position to even wake up. Dr Anand saves the day, and brings the child back into the living world, by attempting to and cleaning his windpipe which was blocking the child’s breathing. It is a day of salvation and new life for this old couple. Of course, celebration has to follow.

So the family has a celebration at their home, and this song, a dance by Jaishree T, is part of that celebration. Dr Anand is present, along with other invitees from around the village. Also present is Nisha (role played by Mumtaz) a school teacher in the local school. Of course, the amorous developments have already taken place between the new young doctor and this pretty school teacher. It is a match made in heavens, as they say. OK, but the rest of the story at another time. 😉

As with everything else in this film, even this dance is such an exquisite piece of performance. As I said earlier, in the hands of a master director like Vijay Anand – it has to be so. The performance is nothing short of a full blown onslaught on the senses, that it does not leave anytime for the viewer to breathe. The pace of music is so fast. The lyrics and words are tumbling right on top of each other. Neeraj has knitted together the words that catch you trying to keep pace with understanding them while hearing the next line. Burman Da’s melody, no matter is delivered at Presto speed, and one has to be very alert to keep pace with the music, still comes out to be an exquisite song delivery.

And the performance by Jaishree T – probably the best I have seen from her. The choreographer, Hiralal, has done a real great job in conceptualizing this dance. You may watch it more than once to check – no movements are repeated, even if the lines are being repeated. The dance goes from one breathless set of movements to the next, without a respite. The three minutes and some seconds performance just leaves one breathless, trying to keep pace with the words, the melody, the dancers movements, the dancers expressions – everything so perfectly blended together into a swirl of a pleasurable whirlwind experience. Just watch when Jaishree T dances and moves to the line – ‘sheeshi hoon kewde ke paani’. Or for that matter, just pick any line, and each line is expressed through her movements so exquisitely.

The performance and the words of the song, also work to further develop, whatever it is that is developing between the young doctor and the pretty schoolteacher, for one can catch them exchanging furtive glances as the performance progresses.

A lovely song, a fantastic performance, that I for one, simply am not tired watching it again and again. View, and enjoy, this onslaught on the senses. Exquisite performance all around.

 

Song – Mera Saajan Phool Kamal Ka, Kali Main Raat Rani Ki  (Tere Mere Sapne) (1971) Singer – Asha Bhosler, Lyrics – Neeraj, MD – SD Burman

Lyrics

mera saajan
o mera saajan phool kamal ka
kali main raat rani ki
raat ki rani chameli ki khushboo
sheeshi hoon kewde ke paani
kali main raat rani ki
mera saajan phool kamal ka
kali main raat rani ki

meri najaakat
hai lakhnauwa
choodi hai meri ajmer ki
choli silaai maine
dilli mein jaa ke
saari hai pehni chander ki
meri najaakat
hai lakhnauwa
choodi hai meri ajmer ki
choli silaai maine
dilli mein jaa ke
saari hai pehni chander ki
ras ki pyaali phoolon ki daali
laali main joban jawaani
kali main raat rani ki
mera saajan phool kamal ka
kali main raat rani ki
mera saajan
mera saajan phool kamal ka
kali main raat rani ki

haaye
simmi jaisi raja
naak hamaari
saayera baanu jaisi chaal re
nakhre mere mumtaaj jaise
sadhna jaise mere baal re
simmi jaisi raja
naak hamaari
saayera baanu jaisi chaal re
nakhre mere mumtaaj jaise
sadhna jaise mere baal re
sone ki chidia
aafat ki pudia
gudia hoon main japaani
kali main raat rani ki
mera saajan
ho mera saajan phool kamal ka
kali main raat rani ki
raat ki rani chameli ki khushboo
sheeshi hoon kewde ke paani
kali main raat rani ki
mera saajan phool kamal ka
kali main raat rani ki

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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मेरा साजन
ओ मेरा साजन फूल कमल का
कली मैं रात रानी की
रात की रानी चमेली की खुशबू
शीशी हूँ केवड़े के पानी
कली मैं रात रानी की
मेरा साजन फूल कमल का
कली मैं रात रानी की

मेरी नजाकत
है लक्खनन्व्वा
चूड़ी है मेरी अजमेर की
चोली सिलाई मैंने
दिल्ली में जा कर
साड़ी है पहनी चंदेर की
मेरी नजाकत
है लक्खनन्व्वा
चूड़ी है मेरी अजमेर की
चोली सिलाई मैंने
दिल्ली में जा कर
साड़ी है पहनी चंदेर की
रस की प्याली फूलों की डाली
लाली मैं जोबन जवानी
कली मैं रात रानी की
मेरा साजन फूल कमल का
कली मैं रात रानी की
मेरा साजन
मेरा साजन फूल कमल का
कली मैं रात रानी की

हाए
सिम्मी जैसी राजा
नाक हमारी
सायेरा बानू जैसी चाल रे
नखरे मेरे ममताज़ जैसे
साधना जैसे मेरे बाल रे
सिम्मी जैसी राजा
नाक हमारी
सायेरा बानू जैसी चाल रे
नखरे मेरे ममताज़ जैसे
साधना जैसे मेरे बाल रे
सोने की चिड़िया
आफ़त की पुड़िया
गुड़िया हूँ मैं जापानी
कली मैं रात रानी की
मेरा साजन
हो मेरा साजन फूल कमल का
कली मैं रात रानी की
रात की रानी चमेली की खुशबू
शीशी हूँ केवड़े के पानी
कली मैं रात रानी की
मेरा साजन फूल कमल का
कली मैं रात रानी की


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 sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day : 3470 Post No. : 13932

hullo Atuldom

The song with this post is a visual treat. It is a fun song. It is a song where-in the dancer/ artist is a choreographer’s delight. She follows all instructions and executes them fabulously. It is also a comic delight, the facial expression etc. It is from a 1987 movie which hitherto has only one song representing it on the blog. That song was posted on march 28th 2013 and was a contribution by Guruji alias encyclopaedia of the blog. .

Now today (17 january 2018) I am revisiting the movie because it happens to be the 73rd birthday of the script writer of this movie. This was the last movie for which he teamed up with his partner Salim Khan. He worked as a team with Salim Khan for a period of about twelve years and approx. 24 films. He is a Padmashri & Padma Bhushan, as well as a Sahitya Akademi and National Film award (5 times) winner. His father was an Urdu poet and lyricist in Bollywood. He was initially married to famous child star of the 60s- Honey Irani and later to another talented actress- Shabana Azmi. He is father to super talented children Farhan Akhtar and Zoya Akhtar. Today (17 january 2018) is the birthdate of Jaaved Akhtar – son of Jan Nisar Akhtar. In addition to being a script writer he also is a lyricist which first came into public knowledge when he wrote songs for Yash Chopra’s “Silsila”.

“Mr. India” was a fantasy film which is a favourite with children of all times. It was directed by Shekhar Kapoor and written by Salim- Jaaved. Sridevi showed she had comic talent specially in the scene where she parodies Charles Chaplin. The dozen odd children were a treat for sore eyes. Amrish Puri as Mogambo is considered to be one of the best villains of Bollywood history. And as for Anil Kapoor the movie showed he was more an actor -a lambi-race ka ghoda as the term goes in Hindustani. There are stories about how Salim-Javed read the story to the superstars Rajesh Khanna and Amitabh Bachchan and how they turned it down as they couldn’t relate to the concept of aninvisible man; but we will not think of that here.

Let us just sit back and enjoyyyyyyy this wonderful – comical- delightful song. I have heard in an interview by either the singer or the writer about how they wrote the lyrics of the initial part of the song. It seems they were sitting in a brain storming session- the director, music directors (Laxmi- Pyare), Kavitha Krishnamurthy etc etc. And each one gave a word or two, some sensible and some non-sensible. How else does one explain the words – hingsiki and why should I c Lucy, hassi tussi & lassi pisi follow each other and where did Hong Kong, King Kong, Ping Pong and Mombasa come from. But all-in-all a laugh riot.

Thank you, Jaaved Akhtar, and may we have more such songs from your pen.


Song-Hawa hawaayi (Mr India)(1987) Singer-Kavita Krishamurthy, Lyrics-Jawed Akhtar, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
Chorus

Lyrics

Hawa hawaai
Aivi vi vi vi vi vi
Hawa hawaai
Aivi vi vi vi vi vi

chi hwa
hwa honolulu
lulu lulu
honolulu
hingbiki hong kong
king kong
I c lucy
Lucy lucy
hassi tussi
Lassi pisi
Mombasa
ping p o o o o ng
Oui oui oui
Oui oui oui oui

pak chiki laki chiki
chiki laki chum
tarup chiki laki chiki chiki laki chiki chum
pak chiki laki chiki chiki laki chum
tarup chiki laki chiki chiki laki chiki chum
main khwaabon ki shehazaadi
main hoon har dil pe chhaayi
ho main khwaabon ki shehazaadi
main hoon har dil pe chhaayi
baadal hai meri zulfein
bijli meri angdaayi
bijli giraane main hoon aayi
oho bijli giraane main hoon aayi
kehte hain mujhko hawwa hawaai
hawa hawaai
hawa hawaai
hawa hawaai
hawa hawaai
hawa hawaai
ru ru ru ru
bijli giraane mai hoon aayi
ho Bijli giraane main hoon aayi
kehte hai mujhko hawa hawaai
hawa hawaai
hawa hawaai
hawa hawaai
hawa hawaai
hawa hawaai
ru ru ru ru

zoom zoom zoom zoom
samjhe kya ho naadaanon
zoom zoom zoom zoom
mujhko bholi na jaano
zoom zoom zoom zoom
main hoon saanpon ki raani
kaata maanga na paani
saagar se moti chheenoon
deepak se jyoti chheenoon
patthar se aag laga loon
seene se raaz chura loon
haan chura loon
chura loon
haan haan chura loon
rum pum pum pum
ji haan jo tumne baat chhupaai
ho janooon jo tumne baat chhupaayi
kehte hain mujhko hawa hawaai
hawa hawaai
hawa hawaai
hawa hawaai
hawa hawaai
hawa hawaai
ru ru ru ru
bijli giraane main hoon aayi
kehte hain mujhko hawa hawaai
chiki laki chiki chiki laki chum
tarup chiki laki chiki chiki laki chiki chum
pak chiki laki chiki chiki laki chum
tarup chiki laki chiki chiki laki chiki chum

zoom zoom zoom zoom
laayi rangeen afsaane
zoom zoom zoom zoom
tu bhi sun le deewaane
zoom zoom zoom zoom
aa dil mein halchul kar doon
aa tujhko paagal kar doon
meri aankhon mein jaadoo
meri saanson mein khushboo
jab mera ye tan lachke
jaaye na koi bachke
koi bachke
bachke bachke
haan haan ji bachke
rum pum pum pum
soorat hi maine aisi paayi
ho soorat hi maine aisi paayi
kehte hain mujhko hawa hawaai
hawa hawaai
hawa hawaai
hawa hawaai
hawa hawaai
hawa hawaai
ru ru ru ru
bijli giraane main hoon aayi
ho bijli giraane main hoon aayi
kehte hain mujhko hawa hawaai
hawa hawaai
hawa hawaai
hawa hawaai
hawa hawaai
hawa hawaai
ru ru ru ru
Hawa hawaai

Aivi vi vi vi vi vi
Hawa hawaai
Aivi vi vi vi vi vi
Hawa hawaai
Aivi vi vi vi vi vi
Hawa hawaai
Aivi vi vi vi vi vi


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 sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day : 3469 Post No. : 13925

Missing Films of 1960s – 44
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There is so much to be explored and to be showcased. This journey of debut songs is taking us down the 1960s path, and almost every day we are discovering fabulous gems of song that most people have not heard.

Today’s film is ‘Flying Circus’ from 1965. The film is produced under the banner of Regal Films, Bombay and is directed by Dhanpat Rai. The star cast is led by Ranjan and Nasreen, and also includes Bela Bose, Neelofer, Rajan Kapoor, Babu Raje, Polson, Shyam, Vishwa Mehra, Shri Bhagwan and Kamini Devi etc. There are six songs listed for this film. Music is composed by Robin Bannerjee. Two lyricists are identified – Farooque Kaiser and Yogesh Gaud. This song is from the pen of Yogesh Gaud.

The singing voices are those of Suman Kalyanpur and Kamal Barot.

The music is the key. An obscure film, and a lesser known music director. But see, what wonders can be created even in these obscure circumstances. From the sound and flow of the song, I am quite sure this is a twin dance song. Also, keeping Nasreen’s name possibly for the leading role, the two names that could possibly be performing this song on screen are Bela Bose and Neelofer, but I am just guessing. I request other knowledgeable readers and friends, to add more information for this film and this song.

A lilting fast paced dance number, I am sure you are going to like.  Enjoy

 

Song – Lag Gaya Re Lag Gaya Re Teer Nishaane Pe  (Flying Circus) (1965) Singer – Suman Kalyanpur, Kamal Barot, Lyrics – Yogesh Gaud, MD – Robin Bannerjee
Suman Kalyanpur, Kamal Barot

Lyrics

lag gaya
lag gaya
lag gaya re lag gaya re
teer nishaane pe
lag gaya re lag gaya re
teer nishaane pe
jaaye kya bachke koi meri nigaahon se
lag gaya re lag gaya re
teer nishaane pe
jaaye kya bachke koi meri nigaahon se
lag gaya

aaj aalam hai ye bekhudi ka
dil ke armaan bas mein nahin hain
aaj aalam hai ye bekhudi ka
dil ke armaan bas mein nahin hain
hum ko mehsoos yun ho raha hai
jaise hum is zameen par nahin hain
jaise hum is zameen par nahin hain
lag gaya
lag gaya
lag gaya re lag gaya re
teer nishaane pe
lag gaya re lag gaya re
teer nishaane pe
jaaye kya bachke koi meri nigaahon se
lag gaya

aaj naghmon ki masti mein dekho
doob jaayige ye duniya saari
aaj naghmon ki masti mein dekho
doob jaayige ye duniya saari
jis taraf bhi nigaahen uthengi
nazar aayegi surat hamaari
nazar aayegi surat hamaari
lag gaya
lag gaya
lag gaya re lag gaya re
teer nishaane pe
lag gaya re lag gaya re
teer nishaane pe
jaaye kya bachke koi meri nigaahon se
lag gaya

aaj kadmon mein dekho mein hamaare
bijliyaan laakh bal kha rahin hain
aur sajde mein har ik ada ke
laakh nazren bichhin ja rahi hain
laakh nazren bichhin ja rahi hain
lag gaya
lag gaya
lag gaya re lag gaya re
teer nishaane pe
lag gaya re lag gaya re
teer nishaane pe
jaaye kya bachke koi meri nigaahon se
lag gaya

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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लग गया
लग गया
लग गया रे लग गया रे
तीर निशाने पे
लग गया रे लग गया रे
तीर निशाने पे
जाएगा बचके कोई मेरी निगाहों से
लग गया रे लग गया रे
तीर निशाने पे
जाएगा बचके कोई मेरी निगाहों से
लग गया

आज आलम है ये बेखुदी का
दिल के अरमान बस में नहीं हैं
आज आलम है ये बेखुदी का
दिल के अरमान बस में नहीं हैं
हमको महसूस ये हो रहा है
जैसे हम इस ज़मीन पर नहीं हैं
जैसे हम इस ज़मीन पर नहीं हैं
लग गया
लग गया
लग गया रे लग गया रे
तीर निशाने पे
लग गया रे लग गया रे
तीर निशाने पे
जाएगा बचके कोई मेरी निगाहों से
लग गया

आज नग़मों की मस्ती में देखो
डूब जाएगी ये दुनिया सारी
आज नग़मों की मस्ती में देखो
डूब जाएगी ये दुनिया सारी
जिस तरफ भी निगाहें उठेंगी
नज़र आएगी सूरत तुम्हारी
नज़र आएगी सूरत तुम्हारी
लग गया
लग गया
लग गया रे लग गया रे
तीर निशाने पे
लग गया रे लग गया रे
तीर निशाने पे
जाएगा बचके कोई मेरी निगाहों से
लग गया

आज कदमों में देखो हमारे
बीजलियाँ लाख बलखा रही हैं
आज कदमों में देखो हमारे
बीजलियाँ लाख बलखा रही हैं
और सजदे में हर इक अदा के
लाख नज़रें बिछीं जा रही हैं
लाख नज़रें बिछीं जा रही हैं
लग गया
लग गया
लग गया रे लग गया रे
तीर निशाने पे
लग गया रे लग गया रे
तीर निशाने पे
जाएगा बचके कोई मेरी निगाहों से
लग गया


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