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

Blog Day :

5092 Post No. : 17021

Today 27th June, 2022 is the eighty-third birth anniversary of Rahul Dev Burman. On our blog we already have few posts coming on this occasion. However, I was looking for a song written by Majrooh Sultanpuri who had a long association with RD Burman. Also, I wish that I should share a song sung by Kishore Kumar because the songs I shared for today didn’t have any Kishore Kumar songs.

So, here I am presenting a song from the 1980 movie ‘Aanchal’. And incidentally this happens to be a song picturized on Rajesh Khanna. I think this is a ‘bonus’ song for today’s celebration.

‘Aanchal’ was directed by Anil Ganguly for Bemisal Films Pvt Ltd. It was produced by Prem Lalwani and Mohan Lalwani. It had Rajesh Khanna, Rakhee Gulzar, Rekha, Prem Chopra, and Amol Palekar, with Leela Mishra, Shammi, Dinesh Hingoo, Ranjana Sachdev, Birbal, Sarita Devi, Asit Sen, Swapan Guha, Amol Sen, Deepak, Master Ravi, Lekha Chauhan, Master Sandeep, Suresh Desai, Saukat Bharti, Jankidas, Rajkishore, Viju Khote, and others. Abhi Bhattacharya had a friendly appearance in this movie.

Story of this movie was written by Tara Shankar Bandopadhya, and dialogues were written by Ehsan Rizvi. Screenplay of this movie was written by Sachin Bhowmick. Editing of this movie was done by Waman Bhonsle and Gurudutt Shirali. This movie was passed by Censor Board on 18.09.1980.

This movie has six songs. Lyrics for the songs in this movie are written by Majrooh Sultanpuri and music is composed by RD Burman. Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, and Swapan Chakravarty had given their voices to the songs in this movie.

One song from this movie “Paise Ka Kaajal Daike Na Lo Hamri Jaan has already been discussed on the blog on 18.07.2018. This post was presented by our beloved Raja Saab and here is a brief about this movie he had mentioned in his write-up.

The film stars Kaka, Rekha, Raakhee, Amol Palekar and Prem Chopra. It’s a village-based story, where Kaka and Amol Palekar are brothers, with Raakhee married to Amol Palekar. Since Kaka is her husband’s younger brother, Raakhee treats him with great affection. Kaka too has highest regard for his bhabhi. Prem Chopra, who has a score to settle with Amol Palekar, plays mischief, creating misunderstanding in his mind about the relationship between Raakhee and Kaka. Also, doing the same to Rekha, who is in love with Kaka.

To be honest, the film picks up only in the second half – the first half is rather slow. But maybe it is a build-up to show the relationships between the characters. I was rather keen for the film to get on with the plot.

We will be discussing the details about the other songs in this movie in the future posts on the blog. Regarding the songs from this movie, I think “Bas Meri Jaan Bas. . . Maan Le Meri Baat”, “Paise Ka Kaajal Daike Na Lo Hamri Jaan“, and “Bhor Bhaye Panchhi” were well known songs from this movie. Though the overall musical score is good and other songs from this movie also needs to be listened, like the song today.

Today’s song is sung by Kishore Kumar and on screen it is Rajesh Khanna performing on this song with other artistes also seen in the picturization of this song. As mentioned above lyrics are by Majrooh Sultanpuri and music is composed by RD Burman.

Let us listen to and enjoy the today’s song now …

Video

Audio

Song – Aisa Rangeen Samaa Haaye Re (Aanchal) (1980) Singers – Kishore Kumar, Lyrics – Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD – RD Burman

Lyrics

haay haay
hoye hoye
haay haay
hoye hoye hoye
ae chal ghode
ae chal ghode
ae chal ghode
chal chal chal

he ae
aisa rangeen samaa haaye re
ho
ab to kahin se koi aaye re
saathi na yaar koi
jhagda na pyaar koi
raahi akela chalaa jaaye re ae ae
aisa rangeen samaa haaye re
ho
ab to kahin se koi aaye re
saathi na yaar koi
jhagda na pyaar koi
raahi akela chalaa jaaye re ae ae
aisa rangeen samaa haaye re
ho

ham to chale soch ke
purab waale dhaam
paschim chalaa jaaye
hamra gulfaam
ham to chale soch ke
purab waale dhaam
paschim chalaa jaaye
hamra gulfaam
phir bhi hamara yaar chalta to hai
sir nahin dum se hilta to hai
o kaisa dole re kaisa lehraaye
aisa rangeen samaa haaye re
ho
ab to kahin se koi aaye re
saathi na yaar koi
jhagda na pyaar koi
raahi akela chalaa jaaye re ae ae
aisa rangeen samaa haaye re
ho

bhagwaan balihaari
main waari
iski mundi to thheek jagah par
aa gayee

arey ham bhi mann ke raja
apni bhi hai shaan
ghode pe hawa ke
nikle seena taan
are ham bhi mann ke raaja
apni bhi hai shaan
ghode pe hawa ke
nikle seena taan
par jaise ho nadiyaa paani bina
raja adhoora raani bina
ho jeewan aadha to diya re bitaaye

aisaa rangeen samaa haaye re
ho
ab to kahin se koi aaye re
saathi na yaar koi
jhagda na pyaar koi
raahi akela chalaa jaaye re ae ae
aisaa rangeen samaa haaye re
ab to kahin se koi aaye re
saathi na yaar koi
jhagda na pyaar koi
raahi akela chalaa jaaye re ae ae
raahi akela chalaa jaaye re ae ae

ae lo
ham ghode se gir gaye
hi hi


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

Blog Day :

5034 Post No. : 16943

Today’s song is from the ‘Golden Years’ of ‘Hindi Film Music’. It is from the movie ‘Garibi-1949’.

I had come across this song more than seven years back and I had shared it as well however this song remains to be posted till now.

This song is sung by Zohrabai Ambalewali.

Regulars on the blog must be aware that I have also shared many Zohrabai Ambalewali songs as I like them very much. I had been listening to her many songs during 2013-2014 when I used to browse and listen to her songs regularly.

Today’s movie ‘Garibi’ was directed by Ramchandra Thakur. It had Geeta Bali, Jayraj, Nirupa Roy, P. Kailash, Usha Kiran, Banke Bihari, Ramesh Thakur, M.K. Hasan, Bhoopat Rai, Tarabai, Jayram, Jawahar Kaul and others.

Here is a brief about this movie as mentioned by our Respected Arunkumar ji in his comments on one of the song-posts of this movie

GARIBI (1949), a Ranjit movietone film had music by its contracted composer B C Rani and lyricists were Rajendra Krishna, Shevan Rizvi, B.R. Sharma and M G Adeeb.
I don’t know whether Chandulal Shah ever knew on what storylines their movies were being produced on the assembly line, because not only all 4 set-sections of Ranjit studios were always shooting some films but sometimes they used to hire the neighboring Sharda studios also.
This was one movie which eulogized the virtues of poverty (Garibi) as compared to Riches (Amiri). Geeta Bali, hailing from a poor family loves and gets married to rich Jairaj. She finds it difficult to adjust to the rich ways of her sasural, particularly Saas-Sasur (Tarabai-Bhupat Rai),while her poor mother(Nirupa Roy) and Father(P. Kailash) get poorer but they have very high ideals and come to the rescue of their rich relatives when there is a problem with their daughter(Usha Kiran),who is in trouble with her husband(Jawahar Kaul).
Having learnt that only Money cannot give happiness, the rich family respects the poor and poverty. This was a very unconvincing storyline and badly handled too. The only saving grace was its superb music.

This movie has eights songs as mentioned in HFGK Vol-II (1941-1950).

Music for this movie was composed by Bulo C. Rani. Four lyricists contributed the eight songs in this movie and they are Rajinder Krishan (three songs), Shewan Rizvi (two songs), B.R. Sharma (two songs) and M.G. Adeeb (one song).

Here is the list of songs of this movie :-

SNo Song Title Singer/s Lyricist Posted On
01 Dard dil hi mein chhipaa le, muskurana seekh le Geeta Roy Rajinder Krishan
02 Kisi se hamne ye poochha, muhabbat kisko kehte hain Mohd Rafi Rajinder Krishan 02.11.2017
03 Mastana nigaahon ke deewaane hazaaron hai Shamshad Begum Shewan Rizvi
04 Haay ye maine kya kiya jo tumhe thukraa diya Shamshad Begum Rajinder Krishan
05 Ik din ik armaan bhara dil, ulfat se do chaar huaa Mohd Rafi B.R. Sharma 28.10.2011
06 Sun mujhse ki … do roz ka jeena hai Zohrabai Ambalewali B.R. Sharma
07 Dukhon mein jo muskuraa rahe thhe Geeta Roy Shewan Rizvi
08 Ae saamne aane waale bataa, kyon chaand mera mujhse hai khafaa Shamshad Begum, Mohd Rafi M.G. Adeeb 21.10.2011

From the above table we can see that three songs from this movie have been posted on the blog. The first song of this movie was posted on 21.10.2011 and the second song followed a week later on 28.10.2011. However, after that this movie was forgotten and the third song of this movie appeared on the blog after a gap of almost six years.

Now, today, we are going to discuss the fourth song from this movie after a gap of another four and half years.

Today’s song is written by B.R. Sharma and it is sung by Zohrabai Ambalewali. This is a nice philosophical/ motivational song and I like it very much.

Music is composed by Bulo C. Rani.

Let us now listen to today’s song …


Song-Do roz ka jeena hai jee jee ke jiye jaa (Gareebi)(1949) Singer-Zohrabai Ambalewaali, Lyrics-Butaram Sharma, MD-Bulo C Rani

Lyrics

Sun mujhse ae ae ae ae
Ki duniya ki khushi ee
tere ae ae liye ae ae hai
Ye duniya hasee ee ee ee een
Ban ke ae ae ae
Basi ee ee ee ee ee ee
Tere ae liye ae hai

Tere hi liye ae aati hai
Ae ae ae ae ae
Gulshan mein ae ae bahaarein
Khilte huye ae ae ae
Phoolon mein hansi ee
Tere liye ae ae hai

Do roz ka jeena hai
Jee jee ke jiye ja
Do roz ka jeena hai
Jee jee ke jiye jaa

Ummeedon ka sabar(?) hai
Bhar bhar ke piye ja
Ummeedon ka sabar(?) hai
Bhar bhar ke piye jaa

Bhool jaa aa aa
Bhool jaa
Bhool jaa

bhool ja afsaana
Is duniya faani ka
Armaanon ki lehron pe
Sun geet jawaani ka
In maujon mein tu kho ja
Aur mauj kiye ja
Jiye jaa
Jiye jaa
Do roz ka jeena hai
Jee jee ke jiye jaa
Do roz ka jeena hai
Jee jee ke jiye jaa

Ye ishq tamaasha hai
Aur husn tamaashaayi
Hai donon hi deewaane
Aur donon hi saudaayi
Tu donon ki masti ko
Pehlu mein liye jaa
Jiye jaa
Jiye jaa
Do roz ka jeena hai
Jee jee ke jiye jaa
Do roz ka jeena hai
Do roz ka jeena hai
Jee jee ke jiye jaa aa aa aa
jiye ja
Jiye ja
Do roz ka jeena hai
Jee jee ke jiye jaa


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

Blog Day :

4981 Post No. : 16864

Today 8th March, 2022 is the 101st birth anniversary of poet-lyricist Sahir Ludhianvi (08.03.1921 – 25.10.1980).

As per statistics available he has written around 717 to 730 songs in Hindi Films. On our blog we have so far covered 704 songs penned by Sahir Ludhianvi. Around six to eight songs from the remaining songs seems to be difficult to find or they may not be available at all. Following is the details of movies and the number of songs from these movies yet to be posted on the blog.

Sl. No. as per Sahir’s Filmography Movie Name Year Music Director Remaining Songs
1 Aazadi Ki Raah Pe 1948 GD Kapoor 3
7 Laal Kunwar 1952 SD Burman 3
53 Dilli Ka Daada 1962 N Dutta 1
58 Gumraah 1963 Ravi 1
78 Nanha Farishta 1969 Kalyanji-Anandji 1
85 Bhaai Ho To Aisa 1972 Sonik Omi 3
101 Jaagriti 1977 Laxmikant-Pyarelal 2
104 Hum Tere Aashiq Hain 1979 Ravindra Jain 4
106 Chambal Ki Qasam 1979 Khayyam 2
107 Chehre Pe Chehra 1980 N Dutta 4
115 Chingaari 1989 Ravi 3
TOTAL 27

Today I present here a song from the movie ‘Nanha Farishta’ (1969). ‘Nanha Farishta’ was directed by T Prakash Rao for Vijaya International, Madras. It was produced by B Nagi Reddi and Chakrapani. This movie was presented by B Nagi Reddi.

The star cast of the movie lists Pran, Ajit, Anwar Hussain, Padmini, Balraj Sahni and Baby Rani, supported by Suresh, Mukri, Raj Mehra, Sundar, Maruti, Prem Kumar and Johnny Walker.

Story of this movie was written by Thuraiyoor K Moorthy, and dialogues were written by Inder Raj Anand. Editing of this movie was done by BS Glaad.

This movie had four songs written by Sahir Ludhianvi and music composed by Kalyanji-Anandji.

The playback singers for this movie are Lata Mangeshkar, Mohd Rafi, Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Manna Dey, Mahendra Kapoor and Manhar. [Author’s Note: The titles of the movie also mentioned the name of S Balbir in the list of playback singers, however HFGK has not mentioned Balbir’s name for any song of this movie.]

HFGK mentions the following four songs from this movie.

Song  Posted On
 O Natkhat Nanhi Laadli Tujhe Dekhen  26.12.2020
 Chandaa Kaahe Ka Tera Maama  08.03.2021
 O Re O, Sharaabi Tujhme Ek Kharaabi  Being discussed today
 Bachche Mein Hai Bhagwaan  14.11.2014

Kalyanji-Anandji have worked with Sahir Ludhianvi in two movies, as per following details.

Movie Year MD Songs by Sahir
(in blog)
Songs by Sahir
(per HFGK)
Songs by Sahir (per – The People’s Poet)
Nanha Farishta 1969 Kalyanji-Anandji 3 4 4
Shankar Shambhu 1976 Kalyanji-Anandji 5 5 5

From the above table we can see that only one song from the movide ‘Nanha Farishta’ which is also the last song of ‘Sahir – KA’ association remains to be posted on the blog. This is also the final song from this movie to be posted on the blog.

This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and on-screen Padmini is lip-syncing for Asha Bhonsle’s voice. Also seen in the picturization of the song are Pran, Ajit, and Anwar Hussain.

The song happens when the three criminals Pran, Ajit and Anwar Hussain got drunk and request Gauri (Padmini) to sing a song for them. Gauri is the caretaker of the little girl Baby (Baby Rani) whom the three have abducted after killing her father. Later the three criminals develop a soft corner for the baby girl and kidnapped her caretaker Gauri as well when the little girl fall sick.

Gauri has a plan for the criminals and that is why she readily agrees to sing and dance for the drunken criminals. But that is not to be disclosed here and that is something we have to leave intact for those who are interested in watching this movie. I have also not watched this movie and the above storyline in short is from what I got to read on internet.

With this post, the film ‘Nanha Farishta’ (1969) now joins the list of Yippeee’d movies on the blog.

Let us listen to the today’s song now.

Song – O Re O Sharaabi Tujh Mein Ek Kharaabi (Nanha Farishta) (1969) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Sahir Ludhianvi, MD – Kalyanji Anandji
Male Voice

Lyrics

o o sharaabi
tujh mein ek kharaabi

kya

huhh huhh huhh huhh

o re o sharaabi
tujh mein ek kharaabi
o re o o sharaabi
tujh mein ek kharaabi
seekha na kisi se tune pyaar karna
tujhe aa main pyaar sikha doon
aa main pyaar sikha doon
o re o sharaabi
tujh mein ek kharaabi

rura rara rura rara ae ae ae
ta rura rara rura rara ae ae ae

kaanch jaise badan mein
surkh sona bharaa hai
surkh sona bharaa hai
jaam se lab hataa le ae
jaam mein kya dharaa hai
jaam mein kya dharaa hai
aise na bujhegi kabhi pyaas dil ki
arey aa main pyaas bujha doon
aa main pyaar sikha doon
o o o o sharaabi
tujh mein ek kharaabi

honthh kyun kaanpte hain ae ae ae
saans kyun phoolti hai
saans kyun phoolti hai
paanv kyun dolte hain ae ae
zulf kyon jhoolti hai
zulf kyon jhoolti hai
tu jo meri aankhon ki zubaan samjhe tujhe
saare bhed bataa doon
aa main pyaar sikha doon
o re o sharaabi
tujh mein ek kharaabi

rura rara rura rara ae ae ae
ta rura rara rura rara ae ae ae

ho sakey to samajh le ae ae ae
raat kya keh rahi hai
raat kya keh rahi hai
ye dhadkti khaamoshi ee ee
baat kya keh rahi hai
baat kya keh rahi hai
thoda sa ishaara ho to
pal bhar mein abhi
laakhon rang lutaa doon
aa main pyaar sikha doon
o o o o sharaabi
tujh mein ek kharaabi
seekha na kisi se tu ne pyaar karna
tujhe aa main pyaar sikha doon
aa main pyaar sikha doon
o re o sharaabi
tujh mein ek kharaabi

huhh huhh huhh

bahot achchhe

very good very good

once more

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir Kapur)
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ओ ओ शराबी
तुझमें एक खराबी

क्या

हुःह हुःह हुःह हुःह

ओ रे ओ शराबी
तुझ में एक खराबी
ओ रे ओ शराबी
तुझ में एक खराबी
सीखा ना किसी से तूने प्यार करना
तुझे आ मैं प्यार सीखा दूँ
आ मैं प्यार सीखा दूँ
ओ रे ओ शराबी
तुझ में एक खराबी

रुरा रुरा रुरा रुरा ए ए ए
ता रुरा रुरा रुरा रुरा ए ए ए

काँच जैसे बदन में
सुर्ख सोना भरा है
सुर्ख सोना भरा है
जाम लब से हटा ले
जाम में क्या धरा है
जाम में क्या धरा है
ऐसे ना बुझेगी कभी प्यास दिल की
अरे आ मैं प्यास बुझा दूँ
आ मैं प्यार सीखा दूँ
ओ ओ ओ ओ शराबी
तुझ में एक खराबी

होंठ क्यों काँपते हैं
सांस क्यों फूलती है
सांस क्यों फूलती है
पाँव क्यों डोलते हैं
जुल्फ क्यों झूलती है
जुल्फ क्यों झूलती है
तू जो मेरी आँखों की ज़ुबान समझे तुझे
सारे भेद बता दूँ
आ मैं प्यार सीखा दूँ
ओ रे ओ शराबी
तुझ में एक खराबी

रुरा रुरा रुरा रुरा ए ए ए
ता रुरा रुरा रुरा रुरा ए ए ए

हो सके तो समझ ले
रात क्या कह रही है
रात क्या कह रही है
ये धड़कती खामोशी
बात क्या कह रही है
बात क्या कह रही है
थोड़ा सा इशारा हो तो
पल भर में अभी
लाखों रंग लुटा दूँ
आ मैं प्यार सीखा दूँ
ओ ओ ओ ओ शराबी
तुझ में एक खराबी
सीखा ना किसी से तूने प्यार करना
तुझे आ मैं प्यार सीखा दूँ
आ मैं प्यार सीखा दूँ
ओ रे ओ शराबी
तुझ में एक खराबी

हुःह हुःह हुःह

बहुत अच्छे

वेरी गुड वेरी गुड

वांस मोर


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

Blog Day :

4933 Post No. : 16776

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2012-2022) – Song No. 10
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Today’s song is from the movie ‘Nainaa-1973’.

One song from this movie was posted on the blog ten years back on this day. In all, five songs were discussed on this day ten years ago on 19 January 2012.

Here is the list.

Song Movie title(Year) Remarks
Muhabbat mein aise zamaane bhi aaye Sagaai(1951) All Songs covered
Ye samaa ye khushi kuchh bolo jee bolo jee Ghar Ghar Ki Baat(1959) All Songs covered
Saaraa mora kajraa chhudaayaa toone Do Dil(1965) All Songs covered
Hone lagi hai raat jawaan jaagte raho Nainaa(1972) 5 of 7 Songs posted
Koyi ye kaise bataaye ke wo tanha kyun hai Arth(1982) 3 of 5 Songs posted

From the above table we can see that out of the five movies presented on the blog on 19.01.2012, three movies viz. ‘Sagaai-1951’, ‘Ghar Ghar Ki Baat-1959’ and ‘Do Dil-1965’ have already been Yippeeee’ed on the blog.

That leaves us two movies i.e., ‘Nainaa-1973’ and ‘Arth-1982’ from which songs can be discussed today.

I am presenting a song from ‘Nainaa-1973’ for which the lyrics were sent by our dear Prakash ji.

‘Nainaa-1973’ was directed by Kanak Mishra for ‘Shakti International, Bombay’. It had Shashi Kapoor, Moushumi Chatterjee, Rahman, Akashdeep, David, Padma Khanna, Sanjana, Shaukat Kaifi, Praveen Pal, Madhumati, Jagirdar, Naagar, Samson, Feroza, Teerath, Polsan, Dhanraj, Sitaram, Krishna Kumar, Radheshyam, Jugnu and others.

This movie introduced Darpan and Siddharth. Farida Jalal, A.K. Hangal, and Rajshree have special appearance in this movie.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 10.09.1973.

This movie had seven songs written by Hasrat Jaipuri (five songs), Kaifi Azmi and Indeewar (one song each).

Music for this movie was composed by Shankar-Jaikishan.

Here is the list of songs this movie had as mentioned in HFGK Vol-V (1971-1980).

SNo Song Title Singer/s Posted On
01 Hone lagi hai raat jawaan, jaagte raho Asha Bhonsle 19.01.2012
02 Jaane mujhe toone ye kyaa cheez pilaa dee Kishore Kumar, Sharda Being discussed today
03 Hamko to jaan se pyaari hai tumhaari aankhen Mohd Rafi 31.03.2009
04 Nazar jab utthhaayi …mujhe toone maar daalaa Mohd Rafi 25.05.2009
05 Albele sanam tu laaya hai kahaan Sharda 22.05.2009
06 Man panchhi kahin door chal door chal Sharda 25.05.2019
07 Mere dil door bahut door kahin bhi le chal Mohd Rafi

Out of the above list, I am aware of two songs ‘hamko to jaan se pyaari hai tumhaari aankhen’ and ‘albele sanam tu laaya kahaan’. May be other songs will turn out to be familiar after I listen to them.

I am sure I had not heard today’s song earlier. Today’s song is sung by Kishore Kumar and Sharda. On screen it is Shashi Kapoor and Padma Khanna lip syncing the song. The song is a ‘party song’ where other than Shashi Kapoor and Padma Khanna we can see Moushumi Chatterjee, David and others.

Lyrics for the today’s song were sent by Prakashchandra.

Let us now enjoy today’s entertaining song 😊

(Lyrics are as per audio link which is longer than the video link)

Audio

Video

Song-Jaane mujhe toone ye kya cheez pilaa di (Naina)(1973) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Sharda, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

jaane mujhe toone ye kyaa cheez pilaa di
pyaas to bujhaayi nahin
aag lagaa di

arrey aaj to logon ne qayaamat hi uthhaa di
(hic)
dekhiye sharaab ko sharaab pilaa di
jaane mujhe toone ye kyaa cheez pilaa di
pyaas to bujhaayi nahin
aag lagaa di

arrey aaj to logon ne qayamat hi uthhaa di
(hic)
dekhiye sharaab ko o
sharaab pilaa di
kaaraamiyaan mm?

soyi tamannaaon mein hulchal si machaa di
kaun si duniyaa ye mujhe aaj dikhaa di
soyi tamannaaon mein hulchal si machaa di
kaun si duniyaa ye mujhe aaj dikhaa di

hho o
garm huyi saans haraarat jo badhaa di
shhhhhhh
dekhiye sharaab ko sharaab pilaa di
jaane mujhe toone ye kyaa cheez pilaa di
pyaas to bujhaayi nahin aag lagaa di

arrey aaj to logon ne qayaamat hi utthaa di
(hic)
aa dekhiye sharaab ko sharaab pilaa di
kaaraamiyaaan?

(laughing sound)

haaye Lolitaa
haaahahhaa aaaa

(laughing sound)

haa aa aa
(hic)

hosh ud chuke hain
qadam de chuke hain jawaab
leke kahaan aaye aap hain bade kharaab

you naughty
hosh ud chuke hain
qadam de chuke hain jawaab
leke kahaan aaye aap hain bade kharaab

husn ki maasoom kali shokh banaa di
haaye ae
dekhiye sharaab ko sharaab pilaa di
jee chaahtaa hai
tumse pyaar karoon

haan aan?
aur pyaar ke baad?
hushhhhhhhhh
hahhaa aa
aaj to logon ne qayamat hi utthaa di
(hic)
dekhiye sharaab ko sharaab pilaa di

hum jo gir gaye to lenge naam tumhaaraa
thhaam lo baahon mein
zaraa de do sahaaraa
hum jo gir gaye to lenge naam tumhaaraa
thhaam lo baahon mein
zaraa de do sahaaraa

arey girke sambhalne ki adaa tumko sikhaa di
(hic)
dekhiye sharaab ko sharaab pilaa di
jaane mujhe toone ye kyaa cheez pilaa di
pyaas to bujhaayi nahin
aag lagaa di

arrey aaj to logon ne qayamat hi uthhaa di
hic
aa dekhiye sharaab ko o
sharaab pilaa di
hmm…mmmm
sharaab pilaa di
hmm…mmmm
sharaab pilaa di
aa hmm…mmmm
sharaab pilaa di
hmm…mmmm
sharaab pilaa di
aaa haaa
sharaab pilaa di


This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, 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.

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4879 Post No. : 16674

Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment – Lord Buddha

Thinking about the past events in the life and planning for the future is one of the common activities of human beings most of the time. This, at times, can become a stressful activity during which negative thoughts can creep in the mind. In this process, we tend to lose focus on the current activities. We try to neatly plan for the future based on the past experiences. But not all the parameters of the future plan run on the basis of what was determined at the time of planning. The reason is that there are many uncertainties on the way to attaining the goal. I will give the example of planning my Himalayan treks to elucidate the tyranny of uncertainties.

I have always made a well-charted plan for each of my Himalayan treks. But the uncertainty starts when the train or the flight which we have booked gets delayed by a few hours jeopardizing the connecting travels to the base town/village from where the trek is to start. The second uncertainty is through natural calamities. A landslide or a flooded water stream cutting across the road can block the vehicle movements for a considerable time. The third element of the uncertainty is the weather. A rain/snow storm during the trek can force one to stay inside the tent or in a shelter on the way for a considerably long time. Lastly, the last-minute health issues of a trekker can force him the abandon the trek mid-way. Ultimately, one is not sure whether the trekker’s goal to reach his destination would be achievable or not.

Because of these perceived uncertainties, for the next trek, we plan more meticulously than what is necessary. Things work out smoothly and at the end of the trek, though we are happy to complete the trek in time without hic-cups, we feel cheated by the nature. We are left with extra days which means additional expenses. In short, there is no fixed solution in the planning for the future.

Because of the futility of the past memories and the uncertainty of the future, a philosophical thought has emerged which is known as ‘live in the moment’. This philosophy reminds us that our presence is in the present only. We cannot live in the past as that timeframe is over. We cannot plan for the future as there are many uncertainties. When we think of our past, the thought process influences our future goals. There is no guarantee that our past experiences would lead to achieving the future goals successfully.

Perhaps, it was in this context, Lord Buddha advised his followers to forget about the past, not to dream about the future and devote full time for present moment. In other words, there is no need for Mungerilal ke haseen sapne as there is no guarantee – kal ho na ho. So, enjoy the present moment on which the human beings have some control. Just go with the flow of life as beautifully visualised by Sahir Ludhianv in the song, main zindagi ka saath nibhaata chala gaya.

There may be many among us who are following ‘living for the moment’ philosophy, albeit unknowingly. After reading about this philosophy, I have realised that I have unwittingly followed this philosophy covering the important social and financial events in my life. I had flown with then current situation as needed without bothering about the future – especially in regard to my education, employment, buying a residential house, financial planning for the future etc. I had not made any financial planning for my future as at that time, I felt that my provident fund balance and the gratuity amount would take care of my future financial requirements. As I see it today, I was not completely right about this thinking as interest earned on this amount would not have taken care of a good standard of living in my post-retired life. Fortunately, when my job became pensionable in 1997, it helped me to maintain a good standard of living after retirement.

Let me add a caveat to the ‘live in the moment’ philosophy. Each one of us follow a different life style. Some will thrive with their life to flow with the needs as and when arise without planning for the future. Some may like to have a perspective plan for their future life, may be with some flexibilities. There is also the third possibility – a sort of mix of both where one partially plans and also partially swims with the flow.

I found a rare song from the film ‘Dukh Sukh’ (1942) which depicts, more or less, the ‘live in the moment’ philosophy, probably for a drunkard in a tavern. The song is ‘hai aaj kal ki fiqar hi kyaa, majhe se pee aur majhe se khaa’ which is rendered by Rajkumari Dubey. The words are of Wali Sahab which are set to music by Khemchand Prakash.

Audio Clip:

Song-Hai aaj kal ki fikar hi kya (Dukh Sukh)(1942) Singer-Rajkumari, Lyrics-Wahi Sahab, MD-Khemchand Prakash

Lyrics

hai aaj kal ki fiqar hi kyaa
maze se pee aur maze se khaa
hai aaj kal ki fiqar hi kyaa
maze se pee aur maze se khaa

ye aaj tere haath hai
ye aaj tere haath hai
kal ki kal ke saath hai
kal ki kal ke saath hai
kal kaa din jo aayega
kal kaa din jo aayega
to kal ko dekha jaayega
to kal ko dekha jaayega
hai kal ki tujhko fiqar hi kyaa
maze se pee aur maze se khaa
hai kal ki tujhko fiqar hi kyaa
maze se pee aur maze se khaa

shabaab phir na aayega
ye abr phir na chhaayega
shabaab phir na aayega
ye abr phir na chhaayega
ye chaar din hain pyaar ke ae
ye chaar din hain pyaar ke ae
maz utha tu bahaar ke
maze utha tu bahaar ke
bahaar ke tu maze uthha
maze se pee aur maze se khaa
bahaar ke tu maze uthha
maze se pee aur maze se khaa
hai aaj kal ki fiqar hi kyaa
maze se pee aur maze se khaa


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

Blog Day :

4786 Post No. : 16542 Movie Count :

4503

Today’s song is from the film Milaap-1937.

Consequent to this film, two more films were made with the same title – Milaap-1955 and Milaap-1972. Milaap-55 was the Debut film for Music Director N.Datta. There were some very good songs by Geeta Dutt and an excellent song by my favourite singer-Hemant Kumar…Ye baharon ka samaa…. Unfortunately this song was summarily removed from the film for whatever reasons best known to the producers. The lead pair was Dev Anand and Geeta Bali. Film Milaap-1972 was one of those ” also ran’ films, starring Shatrughna Sinha and Reena Roy. Music Director Brij Bhushan gave mediocre music- no memorable songs. It is difficult to assess today’s film on these lines, because only one song is available and we do not know anything else about this film. Writing on old films is like walking in the dark with a stick.As long as the stick does not touch anything, you do not know that there is something in your way.

The Indian film industry was worth 183 Billion rupees in the year 2020. However, it was below an expectation of 238 billion expected to grow at 11% over 2017 every year. Corona obviously played the villain.few people would know that the Hindi film industry had crossed the Hollywood business first time in the 60’s, but it went down again. however from 2007 onwards, we have always been ahead of american film industry turnover.

There is a major difference between Hollywood and Bollywood. There, a fixed amount every year is invested in documentation of the history of American Cinema, but in India, no such funds are allocated either by the industry or the Government. It is a very sorry state of affairs.

forget about the industry, even the common people are not aware of what old films are. When someone talks about old films, it is presumed that the talk is about old film songs. no one believes that there is much more beyond songs and music to old films. In this connection I would again quote what transpired between me and one of my old friends. he had settled down in the US for more than 30 years. Few years back, when he visited Bombay we met and this was the following discussion between us…

He – So, kya chal raha hai. You are retired now. How do you spend your time ?
Me – I write articles on old films.
he – OH,WOW ! Superb. Old films means old songs etc /
Me – Beyond that. About people working behind the camera, artistes, studios and such matters. I write specially on films from the 30’s to the 60’s.
He – Is it ? And so who reads them? I don’t think people are interested in such age-old matters.
Me – It is not true. There are many people who read these things.
He – So you must be making a lot of money.
Me – No. Money is not involved. It is all free. I do it for the love of old films.
He – Don’t waste your time on this Rubbish.

I got upset with his approach and I changed the topic. But I started thinking. As of today, the visitors to the Blog have grossed a figure of about 1,46,82,000 ( that’s close to 15 Million), which works out to about 3140 visitors per day on an average. Even if 10% of them read my articles, I have more than 9000 readers. I would be very happy with this. Forget my friend. There are always people who think differently. Their priorities in life never cross monetary boundaries. They miss out on Celestial pleasures one can have without money !

Coming back to film Milaap-1937, the film was made in Calcutta by Moti Mahal Theatres. It was directed by A.R.Kardar, who had come from Lahore, leaving his own production company and studio. from calcutta he shifted to Bombay and had his own bigger studio and company. This film’s music director was K.C.Dey ( he was the first blind MD. Later Ravindra Jain also was a blind MD). The Lyricist’s name is not known. The cast of the film was Prithviraj Kapoor, M.Ismail, Mazhar Khan, Yaqub,Bimla Kumari, Ram Pyari, Anis Khatun etc etc.

Actress Rampyari’s life story is interesting. Though from a singinging family(Tawaif) from Hyderabad, she was quite educated. Fluent in English and Urdu, besides Hindi and mother tongue Telugu, she used to reply in chaste English or Urdu to her fan’s letters. She is also one of the earliest film artistes who did programmes in other countries, in those days. Additionally, she became famous in Calcutta when there was a letter-war between her and the New Theatres. Local newspapers tastily published the correspondence. Let’s take a look at her Life.

Rampyari was from Low cast and profession, but was a highly polished and sophisticated actress in those days. Rampyari hailed from a Telugu family of highly skilled professional dancers and singers. She lived in Nagulchinta area of old Hyderabad city.

She was born on 27-8-1908. That year Hyderabad witnessed devastating floods.She was taught Urdu and English. Apart from her mother tongue Telugu she was also proficient in Marathi and Kannada. She was trained in Dancing and singing. In 1918, at the age of 10 years, she was taken to Madras by her aunt, who trained her in Bharatanatyam. After 4 years of rigorous training, she became the best dancer of Madras.

In 1926, a film producer from Kohinoor Film company, Bombay ,visiting Madras, saw her dancing and invited her to Bombay.It was the era of Silent movies. Her first film was Gunsundari, with Miss Gauhar and Raja Sandow. It was directed by Chandulal Shah and was released in 1927. Her supporting role as a dancer in the film was lauded by the audience. Next film Vile woman was also successful. She acted in more than 20 films as a Heroine and dancer and established her name as a seasoned actress of the 30s.

With the advent of Talkies, she easily switched over. She had no difficulty in delivering Urdu dialogues. In 1931, she acted in Paak Daman, Laila Majnu and Ghar ki laxmi, Gunsundari in 1934 and Azad Abla,Meethi Nazar and Hamlet in 1935.

Famous director Debki Bose from New Theatres, Calcutta invited her and signed up for ” Sunehra Sansar”-36 and Vidyapati-37, which was a mega hit. She had a big dispute with new Theatres and there was mudslinging through legal letters between her and the company, which called her ‘ a street singer ‘ who was helped by the company. She refuted their charges successfully. After this, she did few films in Calcutta with other companies. Her film Milap-37 was famous for being the first to show the prototype of a “vamp” in Indian Cinema. Rampyari was shown wearing “an off-shoulder dress” and using a cigarette-holder, with the intent of seducing the hero Prithwiraj Kapoor, the scene was later used by Raj Kapoor on Nadira in his film Shree 420 (1955) for the song “Mud Mud Ke Na Dekh”.

She toured the entire south India and gave dance performances in major cities. She became so famous that the Ceylon Labour Union invited her to Ceylon and presented her with Gold Mementos. She was greatly inspired by the acting of Sulochana aka Ruby Meyers and Miss Gauhar of Ranjit, with whom she acted in many films.

She shifted to Bombay permanently in the 30s. Her family also moved out of Hyderabad and came to Bombay. She had a large fan following in Hyderabad. She had a great fan mail too, which she replied in fluent Urdu and English. Later she got married and retired from films.

She acted in 30 films. Her last film was Dak bungla-47. She sang 14 songs in 8 films.

She died on 28-8-1970 at Bombay. There was no news in any paper.

Today’s song is sung by Akbar khan Peshawari. With this song, film Milaap-1937 will make its Debut on this Blog.


Song-Pila raha hai koi kuchh (Milaap)(1937) Singer- Akbar Khan Peshawari, Lyricist- Unknown, MD- K C Dey

Lyrics

aa aaa aa
Pila raha hai koi
kuchh lutf e mai
badha ke pila
aa aa aa aa
khuda ka waaste
saaqi ??
mila ke pilaa aa aa aa
pilaa saaqi ek ??
dheere dheere
chale jaane baaba
chale jaane baaba
?? dheere dheere

rahe ismein ??
?? yoon na thha ??
aa aa aa aa
rahe ismein ??
?? yoon na thha ??
aa aa aa
chala hai ?? dheere dheere
chala hai ?? dheere dheere

shab e gham meri ??
nabz ki chaal baaba
aa aa aa aa aa
shab e gham meri ??
nabz ki chaal baaba
aa aa aa aa
chale jaate koi
udhar dheere dheere
chale jaate koi
udhar dheere dheere

tahalta aa hua aa aa aa koi
aata hai maayoos
tahalta hua aa koi
aata hai maayoos
uthho sar se baandho
kafan dheere dheere
uthho sar se baandho
kafan dheere dheere


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 :

4759 Post No. : 16503

Hullo Atuldom

This post by Avinashji reminded me of today’s song.

“Naam” (1986) had a cast headed by Nutan, Poonam Dhillon, Amrita Singh, Kumar Gaurav and Sanjay Dutt along with a few familiar faces forming the supporting cast. Pankaj Udhas had a guest appearance in the iconic song “Chitthi aayi hai aayi hai chitthi aayi hai“.

Avinashji’s post gives the technical details, censor certificate date, and the complete star cast. All the trivia that I had in mind before commencing this post viz: how the cast of “Mother India” became related post the marriage of Kumar Gaurav (Rajendra Kumar’s son) to Namrata Dutt (daughter of Nargis and Sunil Dutt). Atulji’s post for Chitthi aayi hai aayi hai chitthi aayi hai also mentions how the movie was meant to help Kumar Gaurav’s career but Sanjay Dutt benefited from the movie.

The basic story of the movie was- Nutan is the mother of Ravi (Kumar Gaurav) and Vicky (Sanjay Dutt). Both the sons love each other immensely and but are contrasting characters. Ravi is the more responsible and straight-forward of the two and is forever helping Vicky out of tricky situations. Vicky decides to go to Dubai to earn enough to keep his brother and mother happy and bring the family out of financial problems. Ravi helps him with the documents needed to go to Dubai but unfortunately Vicky finds himself in all kinds of problems on landing in Dubai- fraud visa, entangling with a ruthless underworld led by Rana (Paresh Rawal) etc. The story shifts to Malaysia, as Vicky is sent on an errand by Rana and Ravi ends up following Vicky there to try and bail him out of the mess. But only ends up loosing his beloved brother and bringing back his pregnant widow (Amrita Singh) to India.

Today’s emotional song is sung by Mohammad Aziz and Manhar Udhas. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist and Laxmi-Pyare the music directors. This song may not have been popular in its time but deserved to be. THe song has both the brothers getting drunk at the farewell that Ravi has arranged for Vicky.

Let us wish Sanju Baba a very Happy Birthday and lots of health and happiness with this post. I recall having read a news, same time last year, that he was undergoing treatment for lung cancer. Hope he is fit and fine and will be back to what he does best- entertain his fans.

Drunk version

Sad version

Song-Tu kal chala jaayega to main kya karoonga (Naam)(1986) Singer-Md Aziz Manhar Udhas Lyrics-Anand Bakshi MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics
——————–
Drunk version
——————–

tere jaane ki khushi
aur dil udaas hai
door hum huye toh kya
dil toh dil ke paas hai

tu kal chala jayega toh main kya karoonga
tu kal chala jayega toh main kya karoonga
tu ya.aa.ad bahut aayega
tu yaad bahut aayega toh main kya karoonga aa
tu kal bichhad jaayega toh main kya karoonga
tu kal bichhad jaayega toh main kya karoonga aa
tu muhjko bhool jaayega toh main kya karoonga
tu kal chala jaayega

teri yaad ko kahin
door chhod aaoon main
teri yaad ko kahin
door chhod aaoon main
iss kadar pila mujhe
tujhko bhool jaoon main
iss kadar pila mujhe
tujhko bhool jaaoon main
tujhko bhool jaaoon main
hosh magar aayega toh main kya karoonga
arre hosh magar aayega toh main kya karoonga
tu yaad bahut aayega toh main kya karoonga aa
tu kal chala jaayega

tere jaisa kaun hai
aur kiska naam loon
tere jaisa kaun hai
aur kiska naam loon
la main issi baat par aur ek jaam loon
la main issi baat par aur ek jaam loon
aur ek jaam loon
jaam chhalak jaayega toh main kya karoonga
jaam chhalak jaayega toh main kya karoonga
tu muhjko bhool jaayega toh main kya karoonga aa
tu kal chala jaayega

bhool jaana tu mujhe
zindagi sanwaarna
bhool jaana tu mujhe
zindagi sanwaarna
yaad na karna mujhe
hanske din guzaarna
yaad na karna mujhe
hanske din guzaarna
hanske din guzaarna
tera gham rulaayega toh main kya karoonga
arre tera gham rulayega toh main kya karoonga
tu yaad bahut aayega toh main kya karoonga aa
tu kal chala jayega toh main kya karoonga
tu yaad bahut aayega toh main kya karoonga aa
tu kal bichhad jaayega toh mai kya karoonga
tu muhjko bhool jayega toh main kya karoonga aaa
tu kal chala jaayega

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Sad version
—————————————-

tu kal chala jaayega toh main kya karoonga
tu kal chala jaayega toh main kya karoonga
tu yaad bahut aayega toh main kya karoonga
tu kal chala jaayega

chhod jaayega yahaan
tu kayi kahaaniyaan
chhod jaayega yahaan
tu kayi kahaaniyaan
umr bhar rulaayegi
yeh teri nishaaniyaan
umr bhar rulaayegi
yeh teri nishaaniyaan
yeh teri nishaaniyaan
tu laut ke na aaya toh main kya karoonga
tu laut ke na aaya toh main kya karoonga
tu yaad bahut aayega toh main kya karoonga aa
tu kal chala jaayega


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, 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 :

4748 Post No. : 16477

Rajesh Khanna – The Phenomenon – 8
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Today 18th July’2021 is the ninth ‘Remembrance Anniversary’ of Rajesh Khanna (29 December 1942- 18 July 2012). He passed away on 18th July’2012 in Mumbai.

On this occasion we pay our tributes to him and remember him with a song from one of his movies.

In this episode of ‘Rajesh Khanna- The Phenomenon – 8’ we look at Rajesh Khanna movies of the year ‘1981’. In the year 1981 following six movies of Rajesh Khanna were released (including Naseeb* where he had a friendly appearance).

SNo Movie Title Director Passed by Censor Board on
01 Dard Ambarish Sangal 24.07.1981
02 Dhanwan Surendra Mohan 01.07.1981
03 Dil-E-Naadaan C.V. Sridhar 11.12.1981
04 Fifty-Fifty Shomu Mukherji 15.10.1981
05 Naseeb** Manmohan Desai 17.03.1981
06 Qudarat Chetan Anand 27.02.1981

In the previous post in this series ‘Rajesh Khanna – The Phenomenon – 6’ we had discussed how Rajesh Khanna switched on to different roles exploring and introspecting himself and challenging himself in his ‘second innings’. In ‘1981’ he further capitalizes on the success of his movies like ‘Amardeep-1979’,’Thodisi Bewafaai-1980’, and critically acclaimed movies like ‘Red Rose-1980’, ‘Phir Wohi Raat-1980’, and ‘Bandish-1980’.

In ‘1981’ he tasted more success with movies like ‘Dard’, ‘Dhanwan’, ‘Dil E Naadan’, ‘Qudrat’ and ‘Fifty-Fifty’ that had moderate to decent success at the box office and they received critical acclaim.

That all happened forty years ago !

If we go back even further by another ten years, that takes us to ‘1971’. 1971 is behind us by fifty years from now, viz half a century !

That was when Rajesh Khanna ‘era’ was at its zenith. Here is the list of Rajesh Khanna movies released in the year ‘1971’.

(Rajesh Khanna movies – 1971)

SNo Movie Title Director Passed by Censor Board
01 Amar Prem Shakti Samanta 27.11.1971
02 Andaz* Ramesh Sippy 23.04.1971
03 Badnaam Farishte** Qamar Narvi 05.11.1971
04 Chhoti Bahu K.B. Tilak 25.05.1971
05 Dushman Dulal Guha 31.12.1971
06 Guddi** Hrishikesh Mukherjee 14.09.1971
07 Haathi Mere Saathi M.A. Tirumugam
08 Maryaadaa Arvind Sen 12.05.1971
09 Mehboob Ki Mehandi H.S. Rawail 30.01.1971

(*guest appearance, ** friendly/special appearance)

We notice that all the above movies had great music as was the norm for Kaka movies.

Coming back to today’s song it is from the movie ‘1981’ movie ‘Fifty-Fifty’.

From the movies of Rajesh Khanna released in 1981 the movies ‘Dard’, ‘Dhanwaan’, ‘Dil E Naadaan’, and ‘Qudrat’ have already been ‘Yippeeee’ed’ on the blog. So, we only have this movie ‘Fifty-Fifty’ left to pick a Rajesh Khanna song from.

Tina Munim was the heroine of Rajesh Khanna in this movie, which was their first movie together. It laid the foundation for their further professional and personal chemistry on-screen and off-screen. That way this movie has a special place in the film career of Rajesh Khanna. That is the reason why I have selected a song from this movie for today’s presentation.

‘Fifty-Fifty’ was directed by Shomu Mukherji who also the producer of this movie.

This movie’s star-cast included Rajesh Khanna, Tina Munim, Kader Khan, Ranjeet, Om Shivpuri, Nazir Hussain, Indrani Mukherjee, Anita Guha, Poornima, P. Jairaj, Sundar Taneja, C.S. Dubey, Jankidas, Shaikh, V. Malhotra, Roopesh Kumar, Shashi Kiran, Anu Dhawan, Johny Whisky, Arvind, Miss Nikki, Kumar, Amid, Jagdeep, Mushtaq, Maruti, Bhagwan Dada, Kamrana, Amar Nath, Mangal Singh, Shyam, Vikram Sharma, Miss Neelu, Master Sakha, Baby Pinky, Teerath and others.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 15.10.1981.

“Fifty-Fifty” had seven songs including one three-part song. Lyrics for all the songs were written by Anand Bakshi. Music for this movie was composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal.

In today’s song Rajesh Khanna is lip-syncing in the voice of Amit Kumar while Tina Munim lip-syncs in the voice of Asha Bhonsle.

Some other artists too can be seen in the picturisation of this Marathi folk dance song.

Let us now enjoy today’s song where Kaka can be seen performing with trademark jigs. 😊

Video

Audio

Song-Sod maajhaa haath malaa peene de (Fifty Fifty)(1981) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Amit Kumar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

hunh hunh hunh hunh
hunh ha ha
hunh hunh hunh hunh

oon mm oon oon a
oon oon oon
oon oon oon
oon oon oo oon
oon oon oon

sod majhaa haath
sod majhaa haath
malaa peene de
peene de ae
peene de re malaa
peene de
sod majhaa haath
malaa peene de
peene de ae
peene de re malaa
peene de
hey aankh nako maar malaa jeene de
jeene de ae
jeene de re
malaa jeene de
ye paatlaacya pori zaraa
ikde ye
zaraa ikde ye

nako nako
dekhe na koyi
zaraa tikde ye
zaraa tikde ye
sod majhaa haath
malaa peene de

main bholi bhaali ee
main bholi bhaali
peechhe padaa mawaali
kuchh aur de kaahe deti hai gaali
main bholi bhaali
peechhe padaa mawaali
kuchh aur de kaahe deti hai gaali
tukar tukar kya dekhtaa hai beimaan
tukar tukar kya dekhtaa hai beimaan
ab ho gayi hai tu poori jawaan
logon bachaao is kameene se
kameene se ae
kameene se
is kameene se
sod majhaa haath
malaa peene de
peene de ae
peene de re malaa
peene de

main hoon akelaa aa
arey main hoon akelaa
tere saath kayee saathi ee

malaa Hindi naa yete
bolaa Marathi
arey main hoon akelaa
tere saath kayee saathi ee

malaa Hindi naa yete
bolaa Marathi ee
pyaar mein kya Hindi
Marathi ka kaam
pyaar mein kya Hindi
Marathi ka kaam

ankhiyon se baat kar
bainyyaan na thhaam
arey lag jaa tu aaj mere seene se
seene se re
mere seene se re
mere seene se

sod majhaa haath
malaa peene de
peene de ae
peene de re malaa
peene de
hey aankh nako maar malaa
jeene de
jeene de ae
jeene de re
malaa jeene de
he paatlaacya pori zaraa
ikde ye
zaraa ikde ye

nako nako dekhe na koi
zara ikde ye
zara ikde ye
ho zara ikde ye
zara ikde ye

nako nako
ikde ye zara ikde ye
ho zara ikde ye
zara ikde ye

nako nako
tikde ye zara tikde ye


This article is written by Pevesie’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 :

4709 Post No. : 16415

Hullo Atuldom

Let me begin with a confession. I am very bad at buying gifts. As a youngster, dependent on pocket money, I used to make do with buying greeting cards and either posting it to my near and dear or hand-delivery (which was cheaper). Things were kind of simple. Things were simpler if I could find someone to share expenses. Oh yes, those days people used to share or go-dutch (I am sure that is not the correct expression in the scenario of buying greeting cards, but for want of a better word), at least in my circle, then I used to buy some fancier cards. There was a category of people for whom the gifting used to be a card accompanied by some memorabilia or chocolates etc. It was similar at the time of my birthdays too and I have almost all the cards I received saved up and I access them occasionally and remember those days. In fact I have even saved up the cards which my kids received in the first few years of their life. But things have changed with the turn of the millennium, decade etc.

These days people are into wishing through the social media. We see the closest relative post a message on some public forum and all friends, relatives – close ones and not so close ones- follow the leader. The person who is being wished is overwhelmed with the deluge of messages. The youngsters, who began the practice of using social media, have again changed there methodology- they call the birthday boy/girl at the stroke of midnight. That is really sweet of these people. And in this last year when it has been impossible to wish anyone on a one-to-one basis, people have discovered a way out. These days there are ‘Zoom Parties’ and that is a different feel altogether. My sisters, brothers and kids – nieces and nephews- introduced me to this form of party last year on our wedding anniversary.

Personally I still like to call the person concerned and wish. I did that two days back when my Kaaki (aunt) turned 80 and yesterday when my dear mom-in-law went a year closer to 90.

And for today I have decided to wish my dear friend of Atuldom with this post. He is a person who is my inspiration in the sense that he learnt so many skills after retirement meaning there is no age-limit to learn anything new. He has no prejudices as regards the age of music he listens to- meaning he is of the opinion there are good and bad songs/ music in all ages and times. He may not go out of his way seeking songs of new movies but appreciates good work when he sees it. He is generous in sharing his knowledge. He is among the few persons who I am comfortable in chatting with and can pick up the phone and start talking as if there is no gap in communication. The mornings of the WhatsApp group associated with the blog begin with his “GOOD MORNING” messages and we treasure the beautiful thoughts that come with it. (I am sorry if I don’t respond to each one of them but I do wait for them)

We in Atuldom like to think of him as our IN-HOUSE ENCYCLOPEDIA and I prefer addressing him as Guruji or Arunji. Yes today is our dear Arunkumar Deshmukhji’s birthday. All his posts are so well-researched that I am sure it is a big time consuming activity for him considering that he also has his responsibilities of being a doting father and proud grandfather. May God give you all the energy needed to keep the posts coming in at a steady pace and we see your 1000th post soon.

For today I have not chosen any “Happy Birthday” but the song with this post has a very young, baby-face Aruna Irani trying to get a middle-aged Madan Puri drunk. I don’t remember much of the movie so I will not be able to tell why Aruna Irani is doing so. The song is from a movie called “Ek Paheli” (1971) which was produced by Kuldip Talwar, directed by Naresh Kumar who had made a few movies with Rajendra Kumar as hero. If this was a post by our today’s birthday boy he would have given a brief about Naresh Kumar too I can only make the statement that possibly he was Rajendra Kumar’s family.

“Ek Paheli” had Feroz Khan and Tanuja leading a cast of Sanjeev Kumar, Madan Puri, Aruna Irani, Rajendranath, Tun Tun, Jeevan etc. Usha Khanna was the music director and song were written by Asad Bhopali. Suman Kalyanpur, Mohd Rafi and Usha Khanna were the playback singers.

Asad Bhopali has given songs which have been popular and can be heard on the radio and music systems regularly. Songs like ‘woh jab yaad aaye’; ‘kismat bigadi duniya badali’; ‘sau baar janam lenge’; the fun song in the late ’70s ‘ram dulaari maike gayi’. Today’s generation or those in their 30s currently will remember Asaduallah Khan (Asad Bhopali) for the songs of ‘Maine Pyar Kiya’ (1989) which was among the last movies that he wrote songs for. He passed away in 1990 at Bhopal. Thanking Asad Bhopali for today’s song and numerous others that he wrote for movies since his debut in 1949.

Audio

Video

Song-Ye raat ye jawaani ye botal sharaab ki (Ek Paheli)(1971) Singer-Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics-Asad Bhopali, MD-Usha Khanna

Lyrics

ye raat ye jawaani
ye botal sharaab ki
ye raat ye jawaani
ye botal sharaab ki
ho jaaye iss taraf bhi
inaayat janaab ki
kahiye gilaas bhar doon
kahiye gilaas bhar doon

masti bhari nigaahon se chhalki hui sharaab
masti bhari nigaahon se chhalki hui sharaab
pi leeje behisaab
pila deeje behisaab
kahiye gilaas bhar doon
kahiye gilaas bhar doon

behke bhi dagmagaaye bhi hum donon saath saath
behke bhi dagmagaaye bhi hum donon saath saath
itni piye ko hosh na aaye tamaam raat
kahiye gilaas bhar doon
kahiye gilaas bhar doon

ye daur yoonhi aur abhi chalne deejiye
ye daur yoonhi aur abhi chalne deejiye
jaldi na keeje raat zara dhhalne deejiye
kahiye gilaas bhar doon
kahiye gilaas bhar doon
ye raat ye jawaani
ye botal sharaab ki
ho jaaye iss taraf bhi
inaayat janaab ki
kahiye gilaas bhar doon
kahiye gilaas bhar doon


This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, 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 :

4509 Post No. : 16052

Today’s song is from an obscure film Ranee-43, which was a Bi-lingual film made by Calcutta’s Barua Productions.

The film was directed by P C Barua and the music was by Kamal Dasgupta. Barring a few big movies, the Hindi-Bangla bilingual films did not become as successful as their Bangla versions. I feel the reasons were mainly two. One was that the cast of such films consisted of most names, with which the Hindi audience was not familiar. The second point was the style of acting and the dialogue delivery of the Bangla actors was deemed strange in Hindi belt. The Hindi used in films made in Bengal was too pure to be of the liking of people who were used to Hindustani language. The audience preferred ” pyar or muhabbat ” to ” prem “, for example.

The cast of the film Ranee-43 was Jahar Ganguli, Kalavati, P C Barua, Jamuna, Patience Cooper, Bikram Kapoor etc. The music of film Ranee-43 was not popular. The year 1943 was an year when lots of films provided melodious music. There were films like Aabroo, Ishara, Kanoon, Kismat, Nadaan, Nai Kahani, Najma, Namaste, Naukar, Panghat, Poonji, Prithvi Vallabh, Ram Rajya, Sanjog, Shakuntala, Tansen, Taqdeer etc. etc. Films of popular singers like Saigal and Noorjehan were on everone’s lips. In this situation, films like Ranee with music below par could not make any impact.

There were a number of films made by Bangla artistes, like Wapas, Shri Ramanuj, Ranee, Manchali, Kashinath, and Hospital. The exodus of artistes from New Theatres had started from 1940 onwards and many came to Bombay. Whatever the reason, New Theatres had lost its sheen, which it had enjoyed till now, It was sad to see a Lion in a dilapidated and helpless situation.

P C Barus and Jamuna, the husband-wife pair, were in the lead in this film. While Jamuna still looked like a Heroine, Barua did not look suitable for the ” young and Handsome” hero’s part. Reviewing the film in his magazine, Baburao Patel cme down heavily on this misfit hero and the declining skill of the director Barua. The story of the film was about Ranee- a young and good looking girl in a village, who becomes a victim of false rumours about her character. She leaves the village, giving an impression that she has done suicide. She works as a Maid in another village with a Zamindar. The zamindar’s young and handsome brother falls in love, but she does not show inclination. He starts drinking. She leaves the house. The hero drinks and falls ill, Ranee enters as a Nurse and looks after him. The zamindar comes to know who she is and that all the rumours were false. The hero recovers completely and both get married.

Before joining The New Theatres, Barua was running his own film making outfit for a studio and a company. After leaving NT, he restarted it. Actually he wanted initially to merge his company with NT, but Sircar refused and offered him a paid job, which he had accepted.

Director P.C. aka Pramathesh Barua was born on 24-10-1903. A well educated and foreign trained prince from a Royal family came into the films only by chance. He established his own studio and made films. Impressed by his style and work, B.N.Sircar of New Theatres offered him a job in his company. Barua joined and made such films in New Theatres that the studio became famous all over India. His greatest contribution was his first film here, ” Devdas”-34 in Bangla. he did the main role and brought in a comparatively new actress Jamuna for the role of Parvati aka Paro. With the fantastic success of the Bangla version, Barua made its Hindi version in 1936, with K L Saigal as the Hero. This was mor successful than the Bangla version and became an iconic film for ever as a reference point. Then an Assamese version was also made in 1937.

With a very eventful, successful and satisfying stint in New Theatres, Barua developed serious differences with the owner-B.N.Sircar, who was known to be a disciplinarian who held the Institution ( of NT) in place. New Theatres, in the 30s , was full of Titans having larger than life images and it was inevitable that there would be clashes amongst the artistes and the owner. Like true Bengalis, they all had king size Egos and over estimated self respects.

The first crack came in 1933 when Nitin Bose and Debaki Bose clashed, resulting in Debaki Bose’s temporary exit. In the line was Barua, who had a grudge that he was not given as many films as his peers Nitin Bose and Hemchander Chunder got . The rift between Barua and Sircar was obviously born out of deep differences, because after Barua left, B N Sircar had said ” He was a remarkably innovative director who seemed to improve after every film. As an actor, he forged a style that was distinctively his own uniquely. But as a Man…..well,I would rather not discuss it ”.

However, it was known to both of them and all others connected with NT, that both these Giants had tremendous love and respect for each other. In 1951, when Barua lay dying on his bed, he instructed that his body be taken past the house of B N Sircar, where he was lying sick on bed. When Barua’s funeral convoy reached Sircar’s house, the ailing Sircar hobbled painfully to the window of his elegant Elgin Road Residence, as the prince of Players paused beneath the window for a while and then proceeded. It was a poignant moment- an act symbolic of a reference point established a long time ago in a business which was notorious for callous and impermanent relationships !

After Barua Nitin Bose left, then Kanan Bala and a few more. Only Pankaj Mullick, though hurt by NT’s neglect, stuck till the end. P.C.Barua died on 29-11-1951. He acted in 8 Hindi films( Manzil-36, Mukti-37, Adhikar-38, Jawab-42, Ranee-43, Subah Shaam-44, Amiree-45 and Pehchan-46). He directed 14 films and sang 1 song in the film Jawab-42.

Barua’s wife Jamuna Was an excellent actress. Pity that she did only 13 films in Hindi. Jamuna ( 10-10-1919 to 24-11-2005) was the fourth of the six daughters of Puran Gupta, a resident of a village near Agra, India. Each of the sisters was named after an Indian river like Ganga, Jamuna, Bhagirathi etc. As destiny would have it, Jamuna came to reside in Calcutta, a leading film producing city in India. Originally from Gauripur of Assam’s Goalpara district (undivided), Jamuna was married to the legendary actor director Pramathesh Barua, or P.C. Barua, who died in 1951. She began her acting career in her husband’s famous production Devdas in 1936 and was the film’s lead character Parvati or Paro. She went on to make a number of memorable movies in Assamese, Bengali and Hindi, notably Amiri, Mukti, Adhikar and Sesh Uttar. She stopped acting after Barua died.

Jamuna made her film debut in the 1930s and played a small role in Mohabbat Ki Kasauti (1934), Hindi version of Rooplekha (Bengali), directed by P.C. Barua. A romance started although Barua, hailing from the native Indian state of Gauripur, Assam, was already twice married. As the actress, who was to play Parbati in Barua’s next venture Devdas (1935) reported inability to attend the studio on the very first day of shooting, Jamuna was called from Barua’s residence (she was living with him by then) and was asked to get down to work straight away without any preparation whatsoever. Thus she came to be the first Parbati of Indian talkies- Miss Light had played the role in the silent version of the enormously popular Sarat Chandra novel. Aishwarya Rai happens to be the last so far and Devdas has been made and remade a number of times. Jamuna played the same role in the Hindi version also and was accepted in this very first proper exposure as an actress in her own right.

She continued to act in Barua’s films like Grihadaha (1936), Maya (1936), Adhikar (1939), Uttarayan (1941), Shesh Uttar (1942), Chander Kalanka (1944) and the respective Hindi versions of each film. Barua had left the prestigious New Theatres in 1940 and was directing as well as producing his films. Thereafter she acted in a number of Barua directed Hindi movies like Amiree, Pehchan and Iran Ki Ek Raat. These films however did not add to the prestige of either Barua or Jamuna. Jamuna also acted outside Barua direction in three Bengali films Debar (1943) and Nilanguriya (1943) where she proved herself without Barua’s influence. Her last film Malancha (1953) was also outside Barua’s direction. She also starred in its Hindi version Phulwari (1953).

Barua’s death in 1951 when he was only 48 changed Jamuna’s life altogether. She had three sons by Barua, Deb Kumar, Rajat and Prasun. They were all minors at the time and the Gauripur estate refused to take any of their responsibilities. She had to wage a legal battle with the powerful and influential royal family to get her and her children’s dues and recognition. Time settled the matters and she was allowed ownership of the house with its vast adjoining land and also an allowance. Jamuna spent the rest of her life after Barua as a housewife, busy in bringing up her minor sons. She had to complete the unfinished film Malancha of course but bid adieu to the film industry soon after. Later in her life she did attend a number of functions to celebrate the centennial year of husband P.C. Barua and received felicitations on behalf of the Government of India and the state Government of Assam as the first Parbati of Indian talkies.

Her last days were not very comfortable and she was bedridden for more than six months prior to her death. She is survived by her three sons and their families and a host of relatives. According to her family members, she had been ill for some time, and the cause of death was illness related to old age. She died at her residence in South Kolkata. She had acted in 13 Hindi films. Her last film was Phulwari-51.

Today’s song is the third song from this film to be posted here. The names of singers of all songs are not given in the HFGK. The film was released on 4-6-1943 at Super cinema, Bombay, where it ran for only 2 weeks.


Song-Piyo ji khoob piyo main pilaun pyaar se (Ranee)(1943) Singer-Unknown female voice, Lyricist- Pt. Madhur, MD- Kamal Dasgupta

Lyrics

Piyo jee
khoob piyo
main pilaaun pyaar se ae
main pilaaun pyaar se
Piyo jee
khoob piyo
main pilaaun pyaar se ae
main pilaaun pyaar se

dil tera howe
maikhaana
saaqi ban jaaye
paimaana
bano jee
mast bano ye
jawaani ki kahaani
bano ji
mast bano ye
jawaani ki kahaani
Piyo jee
khoob piyo
main pilaaun pyaar se ae
main pilaaun pyaar se

peene kaa hi hai naam zindagi
aur aankh aankh se karti hai bandagi
dilon ke ??
nahin inkaar se
dilon ke ??
nahin inkaar se
Piyo jee
khoob piyo
main pilaaun pyaar se ae
main pilaaun pyaar se

honthhon ko hai ye jaam choomte
dil ke hain saare armaan jhoomte
mazaa peene ka peene ka
mazaa peene ka
boojh lo
aa aa aa aa
ishq ke beemaar se
Piyo jee
khoob piyo
main pilaaun pyaar se ae
main pilaaun pyaar se


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