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4339 Post No. : 15639

4th June today.

And the day today, amongst other celebrations, is the birth anniversary of Nutan, the eminent and the most charming leading lady of the Hindi cinema.

Just the name clicks off a series of memories – memories of remarkable and brilliant assays portrayed on screen. The quintessential woman in the Indian milieu – more traditional and motherly, and yes, frisky and romantic too. Forever, the image remains in the mind of the timid, near helpless Kalyani of ‘Bandini’ (1962) – resigned to her fate, but then also driven to an extreme emotion that ends up quenching a human life.

She is the Gauri of ‘Seema’ (1955) – once again a timid girl from a poor family, so conscious of her social standing that she bears all insults, till she will breakdown into a madcap fit of anger and destroy a room while humming “Manmohana Bade Jhhothe. . .”. In the same breath, she is the frisky Jameela of ‘Dil Hi To Hai’ (1963) and the animated presentation of “Parda Uthe Salaam Ho Jaaye”. She would be Radha in ‘Khandaan’ (1965) crooning “Tumhin Mere Mandir. . .” to a handicapped husband, or the Bhavna of ‘Yaadgaar’ (1970) telling her beloved “. . .Saathi Na Samajh, Koi Baat Nahin, Mujhe Saath To Aane De. . .”, or even as Kumud, doing a very traditional garba dance, singing “Main To Bhool Chali Babul Ka Des. . .” in ‘Saraswatichandra’ (1966), and even as the simpleton widowed Mahjabeen, singing “Tera Mera Saath Rahe. . .” to her new and younger husband, unaware of the game of deceit she is caught in (‘Saudaagar’, 1973).

And in the midst of all she is also playing Sulekha with the song “Ye Tanhaai Hai Re Hai, Jaane Phir Aaye Na Aaye. . .” (‘Tere Ghar Ke Saamne’, 1963), and also the innocent sounding Shanti telling her beloved “Chhod Do Aanchal Zamaana Kya Kahega. . .” (‘Paying Guest’, 1957), or the pure and simple Pushpa singing “Chupke Se Miley Pyaase Pyaase. . .” (‘Manzil’, 1960), and even the very naughty “C A T Cat, Cat Maane Billi. . .” as Asha in ‘Dilli Ka Thug’ (1958), or even asking her beau “Sach Bata Tu Mujh Pe Fida. . .” in ‘Sone Ki Chidiya’ (1958), and then telling her saheliHaaye Unki Wo Nigaahen. . .” in ‘Aakhri Daao’ (1958). She is the Laila in ‘Laila Majnu’(1954) and is the Heer in ‘Heer’ (1956), the unfortunate Princess of ‘Shabaab’ (1954) with no happiness writ in her life. She is the Radha of ‘Milan’ (1967) and the Aarti of ‘Anari’ (1959), the unfortunate and the dispossessed Shanti of ‘Chhalia’, the proud first wife Sanjukta in ‘Main Tulsi Tere Aangan Ki’ (1978), Nirmala of ‘Dulhan Ek Raat Ki’ (1967), as also the misled Ashoo in ‘Dil Ne Phir Yaad Kiya’ (1966). She is Anu, the broken sorrowful mother of a fatally ill child in ‘Anuraag’ (1971), the lovelorn and misunderstood Shanno in ‘Kanhaiya’ (1959), and the shunned and outcast untouchable in ‘Sujata’ (1959).

And in the midst of all this, she also is ‘Chhabili’ singing for herself – “Ae Mere Humsafar. . .”. Oh how I wish this film was available – would have loved to see the presentation of this song assayed by her. Nutan sang as many as six songs in this film – 2 solos and 4 duets. Presumably so, all the songs would be pictuized on herself. Surely a film truly worth pining for. 🙂

Four decades, over 70 films and a record 5+1 Filmfare awards for her portrayals – a record that stands in her name till now.

The song being presented today is a duet with Geeta Dutt. From the sounds of it, it is quite a playful and lively song. The words for this song are from the pen of S Ratan, and the music is by Snehal Bhatkar.

Enjoy this lovely rendition, Nutan – singing for herself.

 

Song – Yaaro. . . Kisi Se Na Kehna  (Chhabili) (1960) Singer – Nutan, Geeta Dutt, Lyrics – S Ratan, MD – Snehal Bhatkar
Nutan + Geeta Dutt

Lyrics

yaaro. . . oo..oo

kisi se na kehna
hai chhup chhup ke rehna
ho yaaro..oo
kisi se na kehna
hai chhup chhup ke rehna
main chori chori
chori chori aaya hoon
musibat na ban’na
yaaro. . . oo..oo

kisi se na kehna
hai chhup chhup ke rehna
main chori chori
chori chori aaya hoon
musibat na ban’na
yaaro. . . oo..oo

milun jo main kisi se
nazar ka hoon dhokha
raahen meri hain band
raahen meri hain band
par kisi ne nahin roka
main chori chori
milun jo main kisi se
nazar ka hoon dhokha
raahen meri hain band
par kisi ne nahin roka
main chori chori
chori chori aaya hoon
musibat na ban’na
yaaro. . . oo..oo

mujh ko hai zara shubha
mujh ko hai zara yakeen
jhoomta hai aasmaan
jhoomta hai aasmaan..aa..aan
ya jhoomti hai ye zameen
kaun hosh mein wahaan
hum bhi nashe mein yahaan
talaash kar rahi nazar
pila gaya wo hai kahaan
talaash kar rahi nazar
pila gaya wo hai kahaan

koi
na jaane
main kahaan
chhup chhup
jo main rahoon
yahaan
poochhe
jo koi main kahaan
naa naa
kisi se kehna

yaaro. . . oo..oo

kisi se na kehna
hai chhup chhup ke rehna
ho yaaro..oo
kisi se na kehna
hai chhup chhup ke rehna
main chori chori
chori chori aaya hoon
musibat na ban’na
yaaro. . . oo..oo

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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यारो॰ ॰ ॰ ओ॰॰ओ

किसी से ना कहना
है छुप छुप के रहना
हो यारो॰॰ओ
किसी से ना कहना
है छुप छुप के रहना
मैं चोरी चोरी
चोरी चोरी आया हूँ
मुसीबत ना बनना
यारो॰ ॰ ॰ ओ॰॰ओ

किसी से ना कहना
है छुप छुप के रहना
मैं चोरी चोरी
चोरी चोरी आया हूँ
मुसीबत ना बनना
यारो॰ ॰ ॰ ओ॰॰ओ

मिलूँ जो मैं किसी से
नज़र का हूँ धोखा
राहें मेरी हैं बन्द
राहें मेरी हैं बन्द
पर किसी ने नहीं रोका
मैं चोरी चोरी
मिलूँ जो मैं किसी से
नज़र का हूँ धोखा
राहें मेरी हैं बन्द
पर किसी ने नहीं रोका
चोरी चोरी आया हूँ
मुसीबत ना बनना
यारो॰ ॰ ॰ ओ॰॰ओ

मुझको है ज़रा शुभा
मुझको है ज़रा यकीन
झूमता है आसमान
झूमता है आसमान॰॰आं
या झूमती है ये ज़मीं

कौन होश में वहाँ
हम भी नशे में यहाँ
तलाश कर रही नज़र
पिला गया है वो कहाँ
पिला गया है वो कहाँ

कोई
ना जाने
मैं कहाँ
छुप छुप
जो मैं रहूँ
यहाँ
पूछे जो कोई मैं कहाँ
ना ना
किसी से ना कहना

यारो॰ ॰ ॰ ओ॰॰ओ

किसी से ना कहना
है छुप छुप के रहना
हो यारो॰॰ओ
किसी से ना कहना
है छुप छुप के रहना
मैं चोरी चोरी
चोरी चोरी आया हूँ
मुसीबत ना बनना
यारो॰ ॰ ॰ ओ॰॰ओ


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