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Blog Day :

5160 Post No. : 17124

Hullo Atuldom

A special birthday. A landmark birthday. Don’t know what it is called in other parts of the country or world; but I know it as ‘Saptadi‘ meaning 70th birthday. And this post is to wish the concerned celebrity-entertainer who is an all rounder as far as emoting is concerned. He can be a repentant son (as in ‘Jaisi Karni Waisi Bharni’ (1989)), cute and lovable father (as in ‘Jis Desh Mein Ganga Rehta Hai’ (2000)), mean police officer (remember Inspector Laxman Bhide of ‘Insaaf’ (1987)) and the most lovable characters of Nandu to Raja Babu & Crime-Master Go-Go. These are just a few of the varied roles he has enacted in his 47 years in the film industry. I am sure the readers would have guessed that today is the 70th birth date of Shakti Kapoor.

Shakti Kapoor (birth name Sunil Sikanderlal Kapoor) is married to Shivangi Kolhapure which makes him jija of Padmini Kolhapure and Tejaswini (both are actors). He is father to Shraddha Kapoor (she made her Bollywood debut in 2010) and Siddhanth Kapoor (he debuted in 2013 as an actor prior to which he was assistant to director Priyadarshan). As we can see Shakti Kapoor has passed on his passion of acting to his children too. He is an actor who is fairly good at dancing. He made a great team with Kader Khan and Asrani in the films of the 80s and 90s. For the amount of time that he has been in the public sphere there will be many of his roles, scenes, even songs filmed on him that trigger memories.

Today’s song is one such song-dance sequence which I have dug out from memory. It is from the 1987 film ‘Dance Dance’, produced and directed by B Subhash. It hads Shakti Kapoor playing friend and troupe member with upcoming singers/siblings that Mithun and Smita Patil played. He falls in love with the sister (Smita Patil) and also marries her.

The plot has Resham (Shatki Kapoor) going a little wayward after the marriage viz. having extra-marital affairs, ill-treating the pregnant wife etc. Smita Patil dies and towards the climax, Resham reforms and saves Mithun from being shot by Amrish Puri & dies.

‘Dance Dance’ had songs that were essentially dance numbers (what else, the title is a giveaway) written by Anjaan and composed by Bappi Lahiri who was also the playback singer along with Vijay Benedict and Alisha Chinai. The blog already has the song “Everybody Dance With Pa Pa Pa” from this film.

With this song we also remember Lalji Pandey who passed away this date in 1997. He started his journey in Bollywood in 1953, wrote a lot of good songs through the 60s till the 90s. Many of the songs he wrote are still popular viz. “Bina Badraa Ke Bijuriya Kaise Chamke“; “Aapke Haseen Rukh Pe Aaj Naya Noor Hai“; “Aap Ki Inaayaten Aapke Karam“; “Luk Chhip Luk Chhip Jaao Na“; “Jis Ka Koi Nahin Uska To Khuda Hai Yaaro“. If I mention “Jis Ka Mujhe Tha Intezaar” and “Khaike Paan Banaras Waala” the readers will realize that Lalji Pandey is famous as Anjaan.

He was a lyricist who worked with composers from Datta Dawjekar to OP Nayyar, RD Burman, Laxmi-Pyare, Anu Malik, Chitragupta, and all music directors of his time

Wishing Crime-Master Go-Go a very Happy Birthday and thank you Anjaan ji for this song.


Song-Super dancer aaye hain aaye hain (Dance Dance)(1987) Singers-Bappi Lahiri, Alisha Chinai, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Bappi Lahiri
Chorus

Lyrics

super dancer
aaye hain aaye hain
super dancer
naachenge naachenge
super dancer
gaayenge gaayenge
super
dancer
super
dancer

super dancer
aaye hain aaye hain
super dancer
naachenge naachenge
super dancer
gaayenge gaayenge
super
dancer
super
dancer

ye dance yaaron
aisi kala hai
jo har kala se juda hai
dil mein khushi ka jab josh aaye
ye tan badan jhoomta hai
naachoon
aise
tujhpe zamaana fida ho
hey hey
ke josh ye hausla ho
tera sada
hey
har dil deewaana tera ho

ho ho
saare jahaan se juda ho
teri ada
hey
super dancer

aaye hain aaye hain
super dancer
naachenge naachenge
super dancer
gaayenge gaayenge
super
dancer
super
dancer

dance
jo karte yahaan hain
wo dil
rehte jawaan hain
hain hain hain hain
dance yahaan bachchon ke
dilon ko bhi jawaan karta hai

badon ke dilon mein naya josh naya rang
bharta hai
ho o
dance
come on
please dance
yeah
dance
hey hey
dance
masti ke dhun pe hum naachen
aise har dil mein halchal machaayen
jab tak hamaari
saansen chalen
ye
wo pyaar ke geet gaayen
naachoon
aise
dil na jise bhool paaye
aaha
naachoon aise dil na jise bhool paaye
aha
ek din wahi geet gaaye
saara jahaan
hey ae
humko jo khud pe yaqeen hai

aha
kuch bhi to muskil nahin hai
phir yahaan

super dancer
aaye hain aaye hain
super dancer
nachenge nachenge
super dancer
gayenge gayenge
super
dancer
super
dancer

super dancer
super dancer
super dancer
super dancer

————————————————
Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir Kapur)
————————————————

सुपर डांसर
आए हैं आए हैं
सुपर डांसर
नाचेंगे नाचेंगे
सुपर डांसर
गाएँगे गायेंगे
सुपर
डांसर
सुपर
डांसर
सुपर डांसर
आए हैं आए हैं
सुपर डांसर
नाचेंगे नाचेंगे
सुपर डांसर
गाएँगे गायेंगे
सुपर
डांसर
सुपर
डांसर

ये डांस यारो
ऐसी कला है
जो हर कला से जुदा है
दिल में खुशी का जब जोश आए
ये तन बदन झूमता है
नाचूँ
ऐसे
तुझपे ज़माना फिदा हो
हे हे
के जोश ये हौसला हो
तेरा सदा
हे
हर दिल तेरा दीवाना हो
हो हो
सारे जहां से जुदा हो
तेरी अदा
हे
सुपर डांसर
आए हैं आए हैं
सुपर डांसर
नाचेंगे नाचेंगे
सुपर डांसर
गाएँगे गायेंगे
सुपर
डांसर
सुपर
डांसर

डांस जो करते यहाँ हैं
वो दिल रहते जवां हैं
हैं हैं हैं हैं
डांस यहाँ बच्चों के भी
दिलों को जवान करता है
बड़ों के दिलों में नया रंग नया जोश
भरता है
हो ओ
डांस
कम ऑन प्लीज डांस
हे हे
डांस
मस्ती की धुन पे हम नाचें
ऐसे हर दिल में हलचल मचाएँ
जब तक हमारी सांसें चलें
ये
वो प्यार के गीत गायें
नाचूँ
ऐसे
दिल ना जिसे भूल पाये
आहा
नाचूँ ऐसे दिल ना जिसे भूल पाये
आहा
एक दिन वही गीत गाये
सारा जहां
हे ए
हमको जो खुद पे यकीन है
आहा
कुछ भी मुश्किल नहीं है
फिर यहाँ
सुपर डांसर
आए हैं आए हैं
सुपर डांसर
नाचेंगे नाचेंगे
सुपर डांसर
गाएँगे गायेंगे
सुपर
डांसर
सुपर
डांसर

सुपर डांसर
सुपर डांसर
सुपर डांसर
सुपर डांसर


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The blog completes 14 years of its existence today (19 july 2008-19 july 2022).

Blog Day :

5114 Post No. : 17061

19 July is a special day for the blog. It was on this day in 2008 that the blog went online with its first post, namely Mile na phool to kaanton se dosti kar li . That was the only post of the day, befitting the name of the blog “Atul Song A Day”. Discussing one song daily was the original idea and the blog stuck to it for 40 days. after that, the blog began to cover more than one song daily. It became “Atul Many Songs A Day”. On some occasions, as many as 12 and even 13 songs were covered in one day. Some exasperated subscribers of the blog complained that they were song lovers, but not that hardcore song lovers that they could handle one song notification in their e mail almost every hour of the day. 🙂

Acronym of the Blog name is ASAD. Depending on the places where I was based during the last 14 years, the blog could be described as ASAD Jabalpuri, ASAD Nagpuri, ASAD Bilaspuri, Asad Barelvi (or ASAD Izatnagri) and ASAD Gorakhpuri. These do not sound right-do I hear some people say that ? Now the blog is finally ASAD Bhopali. 🙂 That sounds right. 🙂 After being posted in different places in different parts of India, I retired from service last june and settled at Bhopal. So the blog from now onwards is likely to be permanently ASAD Bhopali. 🙂

ASAD by the way stands for “Lion” in Arabic. Mind you, Lion, not Tiger. Another set of “Lion” are in news these days namely the lions of Sarnath. 🙂

19 July 2008 was a saturday and unknowingly, it was on this day that the month of Saawan began. That was quite befitting and fortuitous, seeing that “Saawan” is musicaly a very important season for Hindi movie songs. This season has inspired a very large number of songs in Hindi movies.

The blog, after being a song a day blog for the first 40 days of its existence began to cover lots and lots of songs, touching its pinnacle in 2012 when 2071 songs were covered at an average of 5.66 songs every day. But we have seen decline in blog strike rate since then. Only 547 song posts appeared in 2019, at an average of just 1.5 songs a day.

Posts appear in the blog almost every day, almost without fail. Today (19 July 2018) is the 5114th day for the blog. 223 out of these 5114 days (4.3%) have been DOT days (viz days when no posts appeared). The last DOT day for the blog was on 25 december 2019 (4177th day of the blog). So the blog is at present seing a long unbroken streak of 937 days when at least one song is being covered in the blog everyday.

Consistency of effort has seen the blog clock its 17000th song recently (on 12 June 2022). With time, the blog has added new dimensions to it. From a one man show,  it became an online collaboration of limkeminded music lovers coming from various parts of the country,  and some coming from abroad as well. It is very heartening to note that our core group of contributors reflect the unity in diversity that India reprsents. And quite remarkably, the two genders are represented almost equally.

The blog has become a very important part in the lives of many in ways that we are often unaware. For instance, there was this heartwarming post by a lady who mentioned that she played the song Jyoti kalash chhalke(Bhaabhi ki choodiyaan)(1961) every morning for herself as well as her young granddaughter. On several occasions, we have had comments from people who discovered some songs in the blog many decades after they had last heard the song. We also had comments in the blog from relatives of artists who have contributed in the fields of HFM. Our regulars too have had relatives who had contributed in this field.

The blog has helped us connect with each other online as well as offline. Regulars of this blog have had many get togethers as well as one on one meetings over the years. Personally I had the good fortune to meet a few of our regulars. These meetings were extremely memorable experiences that I cherish to this date. Some of these meetings have been covered in articles appearing in the blog. Other regulars have done the same.

In the articles that we have written, we have covered lots and lots of topics,  some of them not even related to music, but they are topics of common interest to most of us. For instance, we have discussed economy, sports, unsung heroes of India, pets, history, geography etc in the blog.

We can go on and on, but let us stop here and get back to our “main” issue of interest, namely music. On this happy occasion, when the blog has completed 14 years, we already had some upbeat songs in the blog. The song under discussion is one that is bound to cheer the audience up even more.

This song is from “Yaaraana”(1981). “Yaaraana”(1981) was produced by H A Nadiadwala and directed by Rakesh Kumar. The movie had Amitabh Bachchan, Neetu Singh, Tanuja, Amjad Khan, Kader Khan, Aruna Irani, Jeevan, Ranjeet, Bharat Bhushan, Viju Khote, Lalita Pawar, Ram Sethi etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it (including two multiple version songs). Six of these songs (including two multiple version songs) have been covered so far.

Here is this song from “Yaaraana”(1981). This song is sung by Kishore Kumar and chorus. Anjaan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Rajesh Roshan.

This song is a stage dance song, a Disco dance song in fact, that was the flavour of those days. This is one of few songs from that era, which has stood the test of time and continues to remain popular to this day.

As part of Blog celebration, here is this great song from “Yaaraana”(1981) that is guaranteed to make the day of the music lovers.

I take this opportunity to thank one and all whose continued support and encouragement is the perpetual source of energy that is driving this musical bandwagon on and on. Hoping to reach many more musical destinations and milestones in the times to come.


Song-Hey saara zamaana haseenon ka deewaana (Yaaraana)(1981) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Rajesh Roshan

Lyrics

Hey

hey ae ae

hey ae ae
saara zamaana
saara zamaana
haseenon kaa deevaana
hasino kaa deevaana
zamaana kahe phir kyun
zamaana kahe phir kyun
bura hai dil lagaana
bura hai dil lagaana
hey saara zamaana
saara zamaana
haseenon kaa deevaana
haseenon kaa deewaana
zamaana kahe phir kyun
zamaana kahe phir kyun
bura hai dil lagaana
bura hai dil lagaana
hey saara zamaana
hey ae ae

yeh kaun keh raha hai
tu aaj pyaar kar le
jo kabhi bhi khatm naa ho
woh aitbaar kar le
yeh kaun keh raha hai
tu aaj pyaar kar le
jo kabhi bhi khatm naa ho
woh aitbaar kar le

maan le maan le meri baat
aaa
saara zamaana
saara zamaana
haseenon kaa deevaana
haseenon kaa deevaana
zamaana kahe phir kyun
zamaana kahe phir kyun
bura hai dil lagaana
bura hai dil lagaana
hey saara zamaana

aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa

jab husn hi nahin toh
duniya mein kya kashish hai
dil dil vahi hai jismein
kahin pyaar ki khalish hai
jab husn hi nahin toh
duniya mein kya kashish hai
dil dil vahi hai jismein
kahin pyaar ki khalish hai

maan le maan le meri baat
meri baat
hey saara zamaana
saara zamaana
haseenon kaa deevaana
haseenon kaa deevaana
zamaana kahe phir kyun
zamaana kahe phir kyun
bura hai dil lagaana
bura hai dil lagaana
hey saara zamaana
saara zamaana
haseenon kaa deevaana
zamaana kahe phir kyun
zamaana kahe phir kyun
bura hai dil lagaana
la la la la la
la la la la la
la la la la la
la la la la la
saara zamaana aa aa aa


This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, 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 :

4861 Post No. : 16652

Hullo Atuldom

Hope all are fine after a week of festivities and excitement. This morning I got a smart message on WhatsApp: “Tyohaar ke baad ghar mein Lakshmiji aaye na aaye, shareer mein Ganeshji zaroor aa jaate hai”- I am sure, many are facing this syndrome as well as a lot of lethargy after the bout of eating sweets and savouries. So, we are going to have a song that will compel us to wear our dancing shoes, shake a leg etc. This should help to shake away the extras that have gathered in our system, in this last week.

The song is from the opening years of the ’80s when songs with Disco music was a rage. Songs from “Karz” (1980) music by Laxmi-Pyare, “Qurbani” (1980) music by Kalyanji Anandji (remember ‘Aap Jaisa Koi’), “Yaarana” (1981) music by Rajesh Roshan, and a few more movies were already popular. Bappi Lahiri, who was associated with movies like “Aap Ki Khaatir” (1977), “Aangan Ki Kali” (1979), “Ahsaas” (1979, having one disco based song roothho na roothho na) and “Agreement” (1980) and many more successful albums came up with songs of different genres in “Armaan” (1981).

There were the philosophical songs jeewan mitaanhai deewaanapana and ‘saare jahan ki amaanat hai yeh’; as well as a few romantic and folksy songs. And then there were songs with Goan musical beats which were a must-play in all the discotheques of that period. “Rambha ho ho ho” with Usha Uthup singing for both the ladies – Kalpana Iyer and Prema Narayan, and “Aah meri jaisi haseena ka dil” which was sung by Sharon Prabhakar and Bappi Lahiri– two songs which have not been forgotten till date, at least by fans who were teenagers then.

8th November was the 74th birthday of the singer with a unique voice quality- Usha Uthup. And she has made a place for herself in the hearts of film music lovers all over the world, from the first time she was heard in “Hare Rama Hare Krishna” in 1971. That makes it fifty long years in public eye. She may not be in a position to say that she has 100s and 1000s of songs to her name; but then that was because of her different voice which may not have suited the kind of songs emoted by the female leads of our movies. But the kind of songs that she has rendered cannot be sung by anyone else. She can sing in 16 different languages and has also had screen time in a few movies. The longest being in a Malayalam movie where she played mother to Mammoothy. She was also seen in ‘Bombay To Goa’, ‘Hattrick’ etc. in song situations. Wishing this hyper-energetic lady who dazzles her stage shows and public appearances in her grand sarees, bangled wrists and brilliant Bindis –all health and happiness forever.

This song written by Indeevar has Deepak Parasher, Shakti Kapoor, Shammi Kapoor and Prema Narayan and Kalpana Iyer partaking in the Goan Carnival fest.
Let us also enjoy the song

Audio

Video

Song-Rabha ho ho ho ho sambha ho ho ho ho(Armaan)(1981) Singer-Usha Uthup, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Bappi Lahiri

Lyrics

ru ru ru ru
ru ru ru ru
ru ru ru ru

rambha ho ho ho ho
sambha ho ho ho ho
rambha ho ho ho ho
sambha ho ho ho ho

main naachoon tum naacho
jitani tum pyar se ji loge utni hi zindagi
rambha ho ho ho ho
sambha ho ho ho ho

main naachoon
tum naacho
jitni tum pyaar se jiyoge
utni hi zindagi
rambha ho ho ho ho
sambha ho ho ho ho

hey hey hey hey
hey hey hey hey
hey hey hey hey

ho ho
tu mera
jaaneman jaaneman
main teri mahbooba
o o
muskura muskura raahon mein tu
kyun dooba kyun dooba
living
we ?? living
dancing
yeah year dancing
viva
rambha ho ho ho ho
sambha ho ho ho ho

main naachoon
tum naacho
jitni tum pyaar se jee loge utni hi zindagi
rambha ho ho ho ho
sambha ho ho ho ho

o o o o
duniya mein logon ke mele ye
aayenge jaayenge
ho o o
yaaron se milke hum jhoomenge jhoomenge gaayenge
shining
stars are shining
singing
yeah yeah singing
o ho viva
o o o
rambha ho ho ho ho
rambha ho ho ho ho

main naachoon
tum naacho
jitni tum pyaar se jee loge utni hi zindagi
rambha ho ho ho ho
sambha ho ho ho ho

rambha ho ho ho ho
sambha ho ho ho ho

rambha ho ho ho ho
sambha ho ho ho ho

rambha ho ho ho ho
sambha ho ho ho ho

rambha ho ho ho ho
sambha ho ho ho ho


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

Blog Day :

4351 Post No. : 15665 Movie Count :

4315

Hullo Atuldom

Today 16th June is the 68th birthday of Gourang Chakraborty. He was born as the eldest son to Basantakumar Chakraborty and Santimoyee Chakraborty in East Bengal (modern day Bangladesh). He is an entrepreneur, social worker, television presenter, actor, producer, former Rajya Sabha member who has sung one song in his career that began in 1976 with the art film which was directed by Mrinal Sen’s National Award winning “Mrigayaa”.

Post “Mrigayaa” he was seen in a guest appearance in Raj Tilak directed Sanjeev Kumar -Shashi Kapoor- Vidya Sinha- Bindiya Goswami starrer “Mukti” (I saw it in his filmography, have seen the movie a few times but don’t remember seeing him there, I must have blinked at that instant).

1978 saw him in 2 Bengali and 3 Hindi films one of which was a small blink and miss role “Phool Khile Hain Gulshan Gulshan”. Of the three Hindi movies “Hamara Sansaar” and “Mera Rakshak” were remakes of South Indian movies.

1979 had him as Gunmaster G9 in Ravikant Nagaich directed “Surakshaa”; a special appearance in “Tere Pyar Mein”; a guest appearance in Rajesh Khanna starrer “Amardeep” as Rajesh Khanna’s sister’s boyfriend; a regular Basu Chatterjee hero in “Prem Vivah” alongside Utpal Dutt, Asha Parekh and Bindiya Goswami. Plus there was “Bhayanak” and Rajshri productions “Tarana”.

“Surakshaa” and “Tarana” gave him some good songs to dance to, and also these two movies are still remembered for their songs.
These days we see him on TV in the role of maha-judge on dance reality shows. And also he plays roles suited to his age in most movies like Mani Ratnam’s “Guru”; Rohit Shetty’s “Golmaal 3”; Anil Sharma’s “Veer”; Vinay Sapru- Radhika Rao directed “Lucky: No time for love” etc. The roles he has been getting are varied where he is able show off his comic side and still dance and do fisticuffs.

For today’s occasion I have a whole list of songs to choose from. Songs from movies that I have seen and loved. I have settled for a song that I heard for the first time in 1987. I even had the cassette of this movie in my collection and seen the movie at the time of its release.

This song has been on my personal waiting list for a few years now. It is from the 1987 B. Subhash produced and directed “Dance Dance”. Smita Patil, Mithun (Gourang) Chakraborty, Mandakini, Shakti Kapoor formed the primary cast with Amrish Puri and Om Shivpuri playing supporting cast. It was the story of the brother sister team of Smita and Mithun who are separated from their parents as children, grow up to be singers who are part of a troupe which performs at events and restaurants. There is the usual twist of the sister falling in love and marrying a guy who later turns bad, ditches her and also is the cause of her death. The movie comes to a close with the brother avenging his parents as well as the sister’s death.

Bappi Lahiri was the music director for this movie which was part of a series of dance based films that B Subhash made post the successful “Disco Dancer”. Anjaan was the lyrics in-charge for all these movies. Today for this birthday song we shall have a party where Shakti Kapoor and Mithun sing to an audience of oldies. It is rather sweet to see the spirit of the folks in the audience when they take to the floor with Mithun and Shakti. And we have Smita Patil among the audience egging everybody to enjoy themselves. Let us also enjoy ourselves wishing this disco dancer- break dancer – Mithunda a very Happy Birthday.

Audio

Video

Song-Everybody dance with pa pa pa (Dance Dance)(1987) Singer-Vijay Benedict, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Bappi Lahiri
Chorus
Vijay Benedict + Chorus

Lyrics

tu tu tu tu tu tu turu ru ru
tu tu tu tu tu tu turu ru ru
tu tu tu tu tu tu turu ru ru
tu tu tu tu tu tu turu ru ru

coo coo coo coo wow

everybody dance with pa pa pa
everybody dance with ma ma
everybody dance with ma ma ma
everybody dance with pa pa
gaa ke dhoom machaa ke
saari raat jagaa ke
yaaron shor machaa ke
kuku kuku kuku kuku kuku
one two three four
hum saare masti ke chor
one two three four
hum saare masti ke chor

everybody dance with pa pa pa
everybody dance with ma ma
everybody dance with pa pa pa
everybody dance with ma ma

aaye hum hain aaye
aaye bin bulaaye
aaye hum hain aaye
aaye bin bulaaye
mastiyaan lutaa ke
sab ka dil churaa ke
sabke hosh udaa ke
jaayenge nachaa ke
arre haan
kuku kuku kuku kuku
one two three four
hum saare masti ke chor
one two three four
hum saare masti ke chor

everybody dance with pa pa pa
everybody dance with mama
everybody dance with pa pa pa
everybody dance with mama

aao papa
saath mein naachen
come on mama
naacho na
please
lala lala laa laa
lala lala laa laa
lala lala laa laa
lala lala laa laa
lala lala laa laa
lala lala laa laa

wow
super
great!
aah

you can’t do breakdance?
ok tequila

tequila
hahahahahaaha

arre mauka hai khushi ka
rang jame masti ka
mauka hai khushi ka
arre rang jame masti ka
aao mil ke naachen
naachen jhoomen gaayen
milke dhoom machaayen
masti mein kho jaayen
arre haan
kuku kuku kuku kuku kuku
one two three four
hum saare masti ke chor
one two three four
hum saare masti ke chor

everybody dance with pa pa pa
everybody dance with mama
everybody dance with pa pa pa
everybody dance with mama

gaa ke dhoom machaa ke
saari raat jagaa ke
yaaron shor machaa ke
kuku kuku kuku kuku kuku
one two three four
hum saare masti ke chor
one two three four
hum saare masti ke chor
one two three four

come on everybody ya
everybody dance with pa pa pa
everybody dance with mama
everybody dance with pa pa pa
everybody dance with mama
everybody dance with pa pa pa
everybody dance with mama
everybody dance with pa pa pa
everybody dance with mama
everybody dance with pa pa pa
everybody dance with mama


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(#Music Composer-Singer-Bappi Lahiri#2)
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#the Decade of Eighties – 1981 – 1990 #
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Rising temperatures is normal in our country in the month of May. At this time of the year, we are used to seeing temperatures soaring high. Under normal circumstances, terms like ‘rising temperatures’, ‘global warming’ etc would have been ‘hot’ topic of media and general talk. But the term ‘Covid19’ has taken the wind out of the sail of the usual terms.

The current ‘lockdown’ conditions have given respite to many people from going out for work in this ‘peak summer’. However even at home now people are feeling the ‘heat’ and currently my base-station Vadodara is recording 42 to 44 degC temperature during these days. Since work at my workplace has been resumed since 21st April, I can enjoy the ‘summer’ as I did in the past, an experience that I had “missed” for the last three years thanks to my stint at Kenya for three years.

The pandemic has forced people to be more worried about the other temperature i.e. the ‘body temperature’ or ‘fever’ as we generally talk about instead of worryng about atmospheric temperature. The current situation has also brought ‘Infrared thermometers’ (‘temperature guns’:) ) to daily usage and checking of body temperature has become customary for all venturing out of home for work. For me it is checked at our company bus stop then after arrival at workplace and before leaving the workplace. (Nose masks, Sanitisers and Handwash have also become a part of life now.)

Coming back to the ‘fever’ or ‘bukhaar’ it so happened recently that family members of one of our family friends were admitted to hospital in anticipation of ‘Covid19’. Since one of the family members was working in health department it was easy for ‘Corona’ to attack this person first. Because of to this one-person other family members also got infected and one by one they were admitted to hospital (thank god all of them have recovered and they are now back to home fully ‘fit’ after getting treatment). Since my daughter has her friend from this family, I was enquiring with her everyday about their health, after returning from office. One day she told me that her friend’s father is having ‘fever’ and the temperature was around 100. I do not know from where, but I immediately said “well, no need to worry’ the danger level is more or ‘104’ I think?”

Since she has been a ‘science student’ (more a ‘doodle artist’ now) I asked, “Is there anything that 104-degree fever is dangerous”. Guessing where I was heading, she immediately asked me is there any song on that? Or a movie I had in mind? “‘jinko filmon aur gaanon ka bukhaar ho, unke dimaag mein to hameshaa gaane hi chalte rahenge na?” (and now my family members have taken it as ‘normal’ for me 🙂 )

Yes, I know it there was a song something like … “ek sau chaar bukhaar!!!”

Though I said it but even I had not visited or listened to this song for many years or I should say almost thirty-six or thirty-five years now. I only remember the lines “ek sau chaar bukhaar, ek sau chaar bukhaar”.  I remember there was this song which I had listened to, and it was a part of all ‘disco’ compilations then in 1982-1983 or 1983-1984. But I had forgotten it after that, but the current ‘pandemic’ reminded me of this song. We are going to listen and enjoy this song today. Fortunately, the audio and a partial video link of this song was available when I looked for it.

I was not aware about any other details of this song like the movie, singers etc. I was only remembering its line “ek sau chaar bukhaar”. From the audio I got to the movie name this song was from and from the movie name I found the movie details in HFGK Vol-VI. The movie name is ‘Sugandh’ – must be an obscure movie, I think.

“Sugandh-1982” was directed by Ravikant Nagaich for Gopi Enterprises, Madras. He was also the producer of this movie and cinematographer too. This movie has Shakti Kapoor, Aarti Gupta, Anand Balraj, Paintal, Bindu, Birbal, Sunil Thapa, Gulshan Grover, Leena Das, Heena Kausar, Goga Kapoor, Prem Bedi, Mukri, Kasuhik Basin, Poornima, Amrish Puri and others. HFGK mentions that this movie was based on a novel ‘Khilaadi’ by writer Rajvansh. This movie was passed by Censor Board on 08.07.1982 with restricted viewing i.e. with ‘A’ Certificate.

As per information of this movie provided in HFGK, it has total seven songs in it. Lyricist Ramesh Pant wrote four songs and lyricist Farooque Kaiser wrote three songs for this movie. This song is written by Ramesh Pant, The seven songs include one song in two parts. Music of this movie was composed by Bappi Lahiri and Anil, Arun and Bansari Lahiri were his assistants in music of this movie. Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Usha Mangeshkar, Shubha Dhote and SP Balasubramanian had given their voices to the songs in this movie.

1982-83 was the year of matriculation for me, and I remember that after finishing the exams we were relaxed and that time the we were regularly listening song on radio and around. And I remember that the songs of ‘Nikaah’ and ‘Disco Dancer’ were heard very frequently then and so were there many disco numbers, as ‘Disco’ wave and ‘Bappi Da’ era had already ‘taken-off’. Going by the date this movie was passed by Censor Board and guessing its releasing time I think the songs of this movie were over shadowed by the songs of the movie ‘Disco Dancer’ (1982) which came in December that year (passed by Censor Board on 10.12.1982).

On this auspicious 4321st day for the blog, let us get introduced to movie number 4300 on the blog with this song 🙂

This song is sung by Kishore Kumar with his characteristic style and gusto. Enjoy how every time he sings ‘disco o o o’ and ‘ek sau chaar bukhaar’ in this song. On screen Anand Balraj is lip syncing in Kishore Kumar’s voice and accompanying him performance is Leena Das while we can see Mukri, Paintal, Gulshan Grover and others present in picturization of this song.

Enjoy this foot tapping disco song. . .

[Ed Note: With this song, ‘Sugandh’ (1982) becomes the 4300th movie whose songs are represented in the blog.]

Audio (Full)

Video (Partial)

Song – Bukhaar ye hai disco bukhaar (Sugandh) (1982) Singer – Kishore Kumar, Lyrics – Ramesh Pant, MD – Bappi Lahiri
Male chorus
Female chorus
All Chorus
Mukri
Paintal

Lyrics

d
i
s
c
o

disco disco
disco disco
disco disco
disco disco
aa aa aa nachnaa
aa aa aa nachnaa
aa aa aa nachnaa
aa aa aa nachnaa
disco disco
disco disco

he he
arey kya huaa isko

ha ha ha ha
ek sau chaar bukhaar

bukhaar ye hai disco bukhaar
ye hai disco bukhaar

ek sau chaar bukhaar
ek sau chaar bukhaar

ye disco ka shikaar hai ae
isko chadhaa bukhaar hai ae
degree ek sau chaar hai ae
har ilaaj bekaar hai ae
arey
jhoomne do
naachne do
gaane do
disco o o o
ek sau chaar bukhaar
ek sau chaar bukhaar
disco disco
disco disco

bukhaar ye hai disco bukhaar
ye hai disco bukhaar

waah waah
waah waah
waah waah
waah waah

dil iska rangeen hai ae
soorat bhi namkeen hai ae
phir bhi is se rehnaa door
maamla sangeen hai ae
ye bijlee hai
jhatkaa lagtaa chhoone se jisko
disco o o o
ek sau chaar bukhaar
ek sau chaar bukhaar
disco disco
disco disco

bukhaar
ye hai disco bukhaar
ye hai disco bukhaar

aa aa aa naachnaa
aa aa aa naachnaa

jawaan dilon mein josh hai ae
kisko apnaa hosh hai ae
ye raftaar jawaani ki ee
nahin kisi ka dosh hai ae ae
phir kab aaye aisa maukaa
maaloom hai kisko
disco o o o
ek sau chaar bukhaar
ek sau chaar bukhaar
disco disco
disco disco

bukhaar
ye hai disco bukhaar
ye hai disco bukhaar

hey ae
hey ae
hey ae
hey ae

dil ko roz machalne do o o
pyaar ke rang badalne do o o
koyi hamaari khushiyon se ae ae
jaltaa hai to jalne do o
pyaar karo to thhokar maaro
tum har bandish ko
disco o o o
ek sau chaar bukhaar
ek sau chaar bukhaar
disco disco
disco disco

bukhaar
ye hai disco bukhaar
ye hai disco bukhaar

ek sau chaar bukhaar
ek sau chaar bukhaar
ek sau chaar bukhaar
ek sau chaar bukhaar
bukhaar
ye hai disco bukhaar
ye hai disco bukhaar

 

 


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“Waardaat”(1981) was produced and directed by Ravikant Nagaich for Gopi Enterprises, Bombay. This movie had Mithun Chakraborty, Kajal Kiran, Shakti Kapoor, Kalpana Iyer, Iftekhar,Birbal, Kesto Mukherjee, Jagdeep, Prem Bedi, Manorama, Praveen Paul, Thyagraj, Randhir, Dinesh Hingoo, Prem Kumar, Sharat etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. They were sung by five singers.

Today (7 november 2019) is the 71st birthday of Usha Uthup. On this occasion, here is a song from “Waardaat”(1981). This song is sung by Usha Uthup and Bappi Lahiri. Ramesh Pant is the lyricist. Music is composed by Bappi Lahiri.

The song is picturised on Kalypana Iyer and Mithun Chakraborty.

Mithun Chakrborty enjoyed vast popularity among the chawanni chhaap movie goers of those days :). Such audiences were to be found all over India, and more so in eastern part of the country. Front stall movieoers of Bihar (including present day Jharkhand) “ditched” their own Shatrughan Sinha and became fans of Mithun Chakraborty. 🙂

I was among the small minority who did not like Mithun Chakraborty movies. 🙂

If teenagers of Maharashtra celebrated Ganpati festival, then teenagers in Eastern parts celebrated Saraswati Puja in a similarly grand way. Playing hindi movie music in these Saraswati Puja pandals used to be a major activity of these saraswati Puja festivities. Operating the record player and thus deciding which songs to play used to be a much sought after task. I had the proud privilege of being the record player operator in early 1980s at Ranchi. 🙂 I recall playing “disco” songs of those days, including the song under discussion. 🙂

Most Saraswati Puja organisers used to be academically challenged. They would bring their (largely untouched) textbooks in the pandal to be kept at the feet of goddess Saraswati, hoping that pooja thus performed would magically transfer the contents of those text books into their brains. 🙂

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

With this song, “Waardaat”(1981) makes its debut in the blog.

Audio link(longer)

Video link(shorter)

Song-Tu mujhe jaan se bhi pyaara hai (Waardaat)(1981) Singers-Usha Uthup, Bappi Lahiri, Lyrics-Ramesh Pant, MD-Bappi Lahiri

Lyrics(audio version)(Provided by Prakashchandra)

Hu..oo …oooo..ooo
u u u

haa raa raa ree..eee
taa raaa..aaa…aa
shibaa sundar turoo

tu mujhe jaan se bhi pyaaraa hai
tere bina soona jag saaraa hai
dil se dil
mil gaya aaa aaa
main teri ho gayee
tu mera ho jaa aa aaa
main teri ho gayee ee

pyaar karna to zaroori hai
zindagi varnaa adhoori hai
ab meraa aa aaa
kya rahaa aaa
dil bhi hai teraa
jaan bhi teri ee ee
dil bhi hai teraa

tujhe hai kasam
chaahey jo bhi ho
dil mera todega nahin
bhooley se kabhi
ek pal bhi
saath mera chhodega nahin
tujhe hai kasam
chaahey jo bhi ho
dil mera todega nahin
bhooley se kabhi
ek pal bhi
saath mera chhodega nahin
main to hameshaa
teri rahoongi ee
main to hamesha teri rahoongi
pyaar karna to zaroori hai
zindagi varnaa adhoori hai
ab meraa aa
kya rahaa aa aa
dil bhi hai teraa
jaan bhi teri ee ee
dil bhi hai teraa

tu roo roo roo dee reera ree daa
taa raa rooo dee roo raaa dee reee raaa
raa raa roo roo raa roo doo dee daa
laa laaa laaaa laaaa

jeevan ka har ek pal
tujh pe nisaar karoongaa
jitna koyee kar na sakey
itna main pyaar karoongaa aa aa
jeevan ka har ek pal
tujh pe nisaar karoongaa
jitna koyee kar na sakey
itna main pyar karoongaa
phir tu kahegi
ab chhodo bhi
phir tu kahegi ab chhodo bhi

tu mujhe jaan se bhi pyaraa hai
tere bina soona jag saaraa hai
dil se dil
mil gaya aa aa
main teri ho gayee
tu mera ho jaa aa aa
main teri ho gayee
pyaar karna to zaroori hai
zindagi varnaa adhoori hai
ab mera aa aa
kya rahaa aa aa
dil bhi hai teraa
jaan bhi teri ee ee
dil bhi hai teraa aa


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“Bade Dil Waala”(1983) was produced and directed by Bhappi Sonie for Bhappie Sonie Productions, Bombay.This “social” movie had Rishi Kapoor, Tina Munim, Sarika, Aruna irani, Jagdeep, Madan Puri, Kalpana Aiyyar, Roopesh Kumar, Bharat Bhushan etc in it.

The movie had seven songs in it. Four songs from the movie have been covered in the past. Here is the fifth song from the movie to appear in the blog.

This song is sung by Kishore Kumar and chorus. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.

This song is lip synced by Rishi Kapoor as a party song in the movie.

Audio

Video

Song-Aaya sanam aaya deewaana tera (Bade Dil Waala)(1983) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-R D Burman
Chorus

Lyrics

hey
aaya sanam
aaya deewaana tera
o sanam o sanam o sanam
hey aaya sanam aaya deewana tera
o sanam o sanam o sanam
anokha ishq mera
niraali aan baan
nishaane par ye dil hai
hatheli par hai jaan
o jaani o jaani o jaani o jaani
arre aaya sanam aaya deewaana tera
o sanam o sanam o sanam
o aaya sanam aaya deewaana tera

ru ru ru ru
ru ru ru ru
ru ru ru ru
ru ru ru ru
ru ru ru ru
ru ru ru ru
ru

wo hi nahin ya main hi nahin
ab yaar ki mehfil mein
main bhi to dekhoon
zor hai kitna
baazu-e-kaatil mein
tere peechhe jo main hoon
mere peechhe jahaan
ru ru ru ru
nishaane par ye dil hai
hatheli par hai jaan
o jaani o jaani o jaani o jaani
hey aaya sanam aaya deewaana tera
o sanam o sanam o sanam
o aaya sanam aaya deewaana tera

ru ru ru ru
ru ru ru ru
ru ru ru ru
ru ru
ru ru ru ru
ru ru ru

dekh raha main sar pe mere maut khadi muskaaye
phir bhi tujhko pyaar karoonga
jaan rahe ya jaaye
anokha ishq mera
niraali aan baan
ru ru ru ru
nishaane par ye dil hai
hatheli par hai jaan
o jaani o jaani o jaani o jaani
arre aaya sanam aaya deewaana tera
o sanam o sanam o sanam
hey aaya sanam aaya deewaana tera
o sanam o sanam o sanam
anokha ishq mera
niraali aan baan
nishaane par ye dil hai
hatheli par hai jaan
o jaani o jaani o jaani o jaani
hey aaya sanam aaya deewaana tera


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4089 Post No. : 15231

Today (28 september 2019) is the 90th birthday of Lata Mangeshkar (DoB 28 september 1929).

When one discusses songs sung by Lata, we mostly discuss all time classics, songs that have stood the test of time, songs that have become iconic etc. And there are hundreds of such songs.

Also, she was very particular about the kind of songs that she would sing. She would look down upon songs with lyrics that she found objectionable. Instead of facing her ire, music directors would often take the easy way out and get these songs sung by some other singer. And the major beneficiary was her own sister Asha Bhonsle. Most cabaret songs sung by shady female characters (often Helen, Bindu etc: ) in the movie went to Asha Bhonsle. On some occasions, some music directors who had the necessary connections with Lata ji (viz Laxmikant Pyarelal) managed to convince her to sing such songs. That is how we found her agreeing to sing a few cabaret songs for Laxmikant Pyarelal.

The “Inteqam”(1969) cabaret song Aa jaane jaan tere liye main aas lagaaye is a song that is normally the preserve of Asha Bhonsle, Lata has done an Asha Bhonsle in this song !

Likewise, when the “disco” craze began, which killed off the golden era of HFM for ever, it is rare to see her singing “disco” songs.

So it comes as a great surprise to everyone how she agreed to sing this “disco” song from “Khuddaar”(1982). This movie was produced by F K Rattonse and Anwar Ali and directed by Ravi Tandon for Yokohoma Productions, Bombay. The movie had Sanjeev Kumar, amitabh Bachchan, , Vinod Mehra, Tanuja, Parveen Babi, Bindiya Goswami, Prem Chopra, Mehmood, A K Hangal, Ramesh Dev, Pinchoo Kapoor, Raveendra Kapoor, Madhu Malini etc in it.

The movie had seven songs in it and the songs were mostly of “Chaalu” kind as was the trend in those days. Our own Raja, even to this day, can be successfully trolled by reminding him that the song Angrezi mein kahte hain ki I love you wfrom this movie was the top hit song of Binaca Geetmala that year. 🙂

On the occasion of Lata Mangeshkar’s birthday, here is a “Disco” song from “Khuddaar”(1982).To this day, I have not been able to understand how Lata Mangeshkar agreed to sing this song ! But she sang this song alright. And this song is a party song too, fit to be covered on the occasion of her birthday.

The song is sung by Lata and Kishore Kumar. If Lata agreed to sing such a song, then Majrooh Sultanpuri agreed to pen a song like this ! Music is composed by Rajesh Roshan. He certainly must have been quite a persuasive person, who convinced Majrooh Sultanpuri and Lata to be associated with this song. 🙂

The song is picturised as a party song on Vinod Mehra, Kalpana Aiyyer and many others.

Audio

Video

Main ek disco tu ek disco (Khuddaar)(1982) Singers-Lata, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Rajesh Roshan
Chorus

Lyrics

main ek disco
tu ek disco
main ek disco tu ek disco
duniya hai ek disco
disco eighty two
disco eighty two
disco eighty two
lalalalalala
pani sa
ni dha re sa ni sa pa
pa ni re
ramaramarama

meri khushiyaan
mere sapne
hain zinda yahin
mujhe pinjra na dikhaao
main parinda nahin
meri khushiyaan mere sapne
hain zinda yahin
mujhe pinjra na dikhaao
main parinda nahin
mujhe kehne de kehne de
tujhko meri kasam

disco eighty two
disco eighty two
disco eighty two

lalalalala
pa ni sa
ni sa ni sa ni sa pa
pa ni re
ramaramarama

ye jaam to phir jaam hai koi eher to nahin
ise peeke gungunaaun
tu khafa to nahin
ye jaam to ye jaam hai koi zeher to nahin
ise peeke gungunaaun
tu khafa to nahin
mujhe jeene de jeene de
tujhko meri kasam

disco eighty two
disco eighty two
disco eighty two
disco eighty two
disco eighty two
lalalalalala

tu mujhse main tujhse kuchh kehte rahen
raat aadhi baat baaki
hum bahakte rahen
mujhe udne de udne de
tujhko meri kasam
disco eighty two
disco eighty two
disco eighty two
lalalalala
main ek disco
tu ek disco
main ek disco tu ek disco
duniya hai ek disco

disco eighty two
disco eighty two
disco eighty two
lalalalala

ru ru ru
ru ru ru ru ru ru ru


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

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Songs Repeated in Hindi Films – 4
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This song has been suggested by Peevesie’w Mom ji, for inclusion in this series. Interestingly enough, the original song from the ‘Disco Dancer’ was posted on our blog by herself only, on June 16th, last year. Last year she has posted this on the birth anniversary of the prime protagonist of this song – Mithun Chakravarty.

So when I initiated this series, she almost immediately connected with me, and sent me the link to this repeat song, with the request that I post it on the 16th June. But my bad – even though I did start preparing this post well in time, 16th June was not to be, due to other compelling priorities etc. So today, fourteen days later, we are sending in this very belated birthday greeting to this original Disco Dancer.

The original song appears on our blog here >> “I Am A Disco Dancer”. It is from the 1982 film ‘Disco Dancer’ with music by Bappi Lahiri, and singing voice is of Vijay Benedict. In this later version from the 2010 film ‘Golmaal 3’, the song has been re recorded in the voice of Bappi Lahiri himself. This version is shorter than the original by one stanza.

The interesting peculiarity, rather a unique feature about this repeat song is that on screen it is performed by the same artist, after a gap of 28 years. And so, it is an interesting comparison to view both these songs side by side. When he performed this song in 1982, he was all of 30 years of age. And the repeat – well in 2010, Mithun was 58 years old. The energy and the intensity of his dance movements of course has dimmed down quite a bit. In this latter version we are bringing on today, most of his movements are single move shots, standing at one place, very unlike the vigorous moves he makes as he bounces across the stage, 28 years earlier. But surely, kudos to him for still taking on this challenge, and making quite a good show of it. It is in his eyes – the intensity in his eyes is still the same.

As I am writing about this unique repeat song, I am also reminded of another similar repeat, that is actually a hallmark in the history of Hindi film music. Yes, I am reminding readers of the very first song in Hindi films – “De De Khuda Ke Naam Pe Pyaare”. That song, and its singer, has made an even more significantly unique record in the annals of Hindi film songs. Wazir Mohammed Khan, who has sung, as well as performed on screen, this momentous song in ‘Alam Aara’ in 1931 – he was destined to repeat it twice, as both the singer and the on screen performer. The film ‘Alam Aara’ was remade twice, in 1956 and then again in 1973. With the first rendition being in 1931, after 25 years, it gets reprised in 1956, and then again after another 17 years in 1973 – the second repeat coming 42 years after the original performance.

WM Khan was born in 1906 – that makes him just 25 years of age when he appeared in the original ‘Alam Aara’ of 1931. With a white turban and a flowing grey beard, this young man of 25 years played the role of a 70+ years old mendicant. In 1956, he was fifty when he reprised this role the first time. And then, in 1973, he was 67 years of age, when he played the fakeer yet one more time, singing the same song. Of course, the third time he did not need a make-up artifact – the white beard we see is his own. The very first song in Hindi films – repeated twice over, and by the same singer-performer, over a period of 42 years. This accomplishment in the annals of Hindi films is likely to go down in history – unmatched and unchallenged.

On another note, since I initiated this series, I have been getting some very seriously interesting suggestions from various readers of our blog, and other friends in my circle. Some very interesting songs are coming up as repeats in the next episodes of this series.

Regarding the film ‘Golmaal 3’, I am not getting into details. The Wiki page of this film carries a lot of good information. One interesting connect I made about this film. Although this song is credited to Bappi Lahiri, being the music director of the original, the MD of ‘Golmaal 3’ is Pritam. Full name of this gentleman is Pritam Chakravarty. So we have the MD and the lead player in the film – both Chakravarty. To top it, the name of the character role played by Mithun in the film – it is Pritam. 😀 😀

OK, so the 4th episode done, with a promise of a few very interesting ones to come up. Watch this space – 🙂 .

Song – I Am A Disco Dancer  (Golmaal 3) (2010) Singer – Bhappi Lahiri, Unidentified Female Voice, Lyrics – Anjaan, MD – Bappi Lahiri
Chorus

Lyrics

disco. . .   
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   

aa aa aa aa aa aa . . .

i am a disco dancer
i am a disco dancer
i am a disco dancer

zindagi mera gaana
main isi ka deewaana
to jhoomo
to naacho
aao mere sang nacho gaao
i am a disco dancer
i am a disco dancer

do din ki hasti mein
sadiyon ki masti mein
bindaas baaghi jawaani
dil pyaar se milte hain
aise jawaani mein
jaise miley aag paani
is umr mein kyon na
manmaani kar jaayen
masti ki raahon mein
hadd se guzar jaayen
ha ha ha haa haa haa
jahaan miley pyaar
wahin mere yaar
ho jaaye nisar
to jhoomo
to naacho
aao mere sang nacho gaao
i am a disco dancer
i am a disco dancer

disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer

aa aa aa aa aa aa . . .

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
———————————————————

डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰

आ आ आ आ आ आ॰ ॰ ॰

आइ एम ए डिस्को डांसर
आइ एम ए डिस्को डांसर
आइ एम ए डिस्को डांसर

ज़िंदगी मेरा गाना
मैं इसी का दीवाना
तो झूमो
तो नाचो
आओ मेरे संग नाचो गाओ
आइ एम ए डिस्को डांसर
आइ एम ए डिस्को डांसर

दो दिन की हस्ती में
सदियों की मस्ती में
बिंदास बागी जवानी
दिल प्यार से मिलते हैं
ऐसे जवानी में
जैसे मिले आग पानी
इस उम्र में क्यों ना
मनमानी कर जाएँ
मस्ती की राहों में
हद से गुज़र जाएँ
हा हा हा हा हा हा
जहां मिले प्यार
वहीं मेरे यार
हो जाएँ निसार
तो झूमो
तो नाचो
आओ मेरे संग नाचो गाओ
आइ एम ए डिस्को डांसर
आइ एम ए डिस्को डांसर

डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर

आ आ आ आ आ आ॰ ॰ ॰


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Blog Day :

3989 Post No. : 15078 Movie Count :

4136

I hope to bring in a party mood with today’s post. We are celebrating something very important. We are wishing our leader good health, good times, good infrastructure in the form of uninterrupted power supply and good broadband facilities. We are also wishing that he never loses interest in adding new posts and finds for us hitherto unheard songs from rare movies and gives us rare combinations in terms of music directors, singers, actors etc. And I promise on behalf of fellow followers of the blog that we will not stop following the blog, keep sending new farmaishes (requests), and the regulars will also help you keep track of upcoming milestones, birthdays anniversaries etc.

I am sure I have the support of all Atulites in what I have promised our dear Atulji. So, let us all wish him a very Happy Birthday. May you relentlessly keep the blog moving. 🙂

The party song with this post is from Dharma Prorductions’ 2006 release ‘Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna’ which was directed by Karan Johar and starred his friend and favourite Shahrukh Khan with Rani Mukherjee, Preity Zinta, Kiron Kher, Amitabh Bachchan, Abhishek Bachchan with guest appearances by Arjun Rampal, Kajol and a few others. The movie had Shankar-Ehsaan- Loy for music directors and Javed Akhtar as the lyricist. Today’s song is in the voices of Shankar Mahadevan, Loy Mendonsa, Vasundhara Das and Shaan.

Happy Birthday Atulji!!! Lets party tonight.

Audio

Video

Song – Where’s The Party Tonight  (Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna) (2006) Singer – Shankar Mahadevan, Loy Mendonsa, Vasundhara Das, Shaan, Lyrics – Javed Akhtar, MD – Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy
Shankar Mahadevan + Vasundhara Das
Female Chorus
Male Chorus
All Together

Lyrics

nacho nite
gotta nach all nite
do you feel alright
wanna nach all nite

nacho nite
gotta nach all nite
do you feel alright
wanna nach all nite

dance with me baby
won’t you dance with me all night
won’t you party party party
won’t you burn the floor all night

nacho nite
gotta nach all nite
do you feel alright
wanna nach all nite

dance with me baby
won’t you dance with me all night
won’t you party party party
won’t you burn the floor all night

pyare pyare lamhe
lamhe lamhe
pyari pyari baatein
baatein baatein
sapno ke din hain
din hain din hain
sapno ki raatein
raatein raatein
ho gunje hai dil ke tarane
bajne hai geet suhane
behke hai sare deewane
toh nach le nach le whole night

where’s the party tonight
somewhere down the road
where’s the party tonight,
on the dance floor
oh sapno ke din hai,
sapno ki raatein
where’s the party tonight

dance with me baby
won’t you dance with me all night
won’t you party party party
won’t you burn the floor all night
nacho nite
gotta nach all nite
do you feel alright
wanna nach all nite

oooo sajna aa
oooo sajna aa
tere bina main nahi
ooooooo

i wanna go dancing
where’s the
take you out
party tonight
i wanna go dancing
where’s the
let’s scream and shout
i wanna go dancing
where’s the
take you out
party tonight
i wanna go dancing
where’s the
let’s scream and shout
party tonight

jo meri manzil tha,
paagal jispe dil tha
ha wo mujhe mil gaya
phool jo mehka tha,
jispe dil behka tha
baahon mein woh khil gaya
meheki hai pyar ki raahein,
beheki hai saari nigahein
phaili hai khwabon ki baahein
toh nachle nachle whole night
where’s the party tonight,
somewhere down the road
where’s the party tonight,
on the dance floor
oh sapno ke din hai,
sapno ki raatein
where’s the party tonight

nach
nach all nite
get it right
nach
nach all nite
get it right

meri ye kahani
jiski hoon deewani
woh hai deewana mera
jo hai dil ki rani
usko bhi zabani
yaad hai fasana mera
ho puri hui koi kahani 
mil gayi dil ki nishani
jhoom uthi ye zindagaani
toh nachle nachle all night
where’s the party tonight,
somewhere down the road
where’s the party tonight,
on the dance floor
ho sapno ke din hai,
sapno ki raatein
where’s the party tonight
where’s the party tonight,
somewhere down the road
where’s the party tonight,
on the dance floor
ho sapno ke din hai,
sapno ki raatein
where’s the party tonight
aaaa aaaaa

aaa aaaaaa

i wanna go dancing
where’s the
take you out
party tonight
i wanna go dancing
where’s the
let’s scream and shout
i wanna go dancing
where’s the
take you out
party tonight
i wanna go dancing
where’s the
let’s scream and shout
party tonight


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