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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 :

4565 Post No. : 16164

Regulars on the blog would have noticed that I was looking for movies where only one song was posted. Recently I shared some songs where I tried to add a second song to the ‘one song movies’ on the blog.

Then we also noticed that some movies were standing for a long time with ‘only one song’ represented on the blog for a long time. Some were fortunate to get represented with their second song because of the ‘Blog Ten Year Challenge’ started with ‘2009-2019’ songs (from 02.02.2019).

The blog was started in the year 2008. And had the ‘Blog Ten Year Challenge’ got started in 2018 the movies represented in 2008(and having only one song posted) would also have got reviewed and added with their second song.

So, movies introduced on the blog in 2008 missed the opportunity to get reviewed after ten years (and now we can say for around twelve-thirteen years)

I came across one such movie ‘Mera Vachan Geeta Ki Qasam-1974’ which was introduced on the blog on 07.12.2008.
We added the second song of this movie on 14.12.2020 on the blog. The gap of posting between the two songs of above movie being ‘4390’ days.

So, let us wait and see who the winner is 😊

We are not yet concluding the ‘race’ (list) here, but adding one more movie which for now is already ahead of the ‘Mera Vachan Geeta Ki Qasam’ song.

S.No. Song Title Movie-Year First song Second Song Diff in days
01 Pyaar kiyaa nahin jaata ho jaata hai Mera Vachan Geeta Ki Qasam-1974 07.12.2008 —- —-
Achchha lagta hai ye bholaa bhaala sanwariya ___ 14.12.2020 4390 days
02 Lahron ki tarah yaadein Nishaan-1983 13.08.2008 Being presented today 4540 days

(we will keep updating this list if any other song ‘breaks’ the record of the movie ‘Nishaan’).

The first song from this movie ‘Nishaan-1983’ was posted on the blog on 13.08.2008.

‘Nishaan-1983’ was directed Surendra Mohan for ‘Brar Productions’.

It was produced by B.S. Shaad.

It had Rajesh Khanna, Jeetendra, Rekha, Poonam Dhillon, Amrish Puri, Jeevan, Roopesh Kumar, Geeta Siddharth, Vijay Arora, Birbal, Satyen Kappu, C.S. Dubey, Jankidas, Rajan Haksar, Amarnath Mukherjee, Kamaldeep, Kanchan Mattu, Sarwar Kanwar, Shyam, Anand Girdhar, Shammi, Vijay, Baby Pinki, Master Rizwaan and others.

One known song from this movie ‘lahron ki tarah yaadein’ has been posted on the blog as mentioned above.

This movie had total six songs penned by Gulshan Bawra and composed to music by Rajesh Roshan.

I remember that one more song from this movie i.e., ‘ankhiyon hi ankhiyon mein teri meri baat chali’ was also a popular song and frequently heard on radio (one may find this a typical L-P composition, but it is not 😊).

Another song which I liked from this movie is ‘beliyaa ab ke ye bahaar koi gul nayaa khilaayegi’.

But I am presenting a lesser heard song from this movie which one may find to be a Rajesh Roshan signature composition.

The song is duet song by Asha Bhonsle and Kishore Kumar and on screen it is lip-synced by Rekha and Jeetendra respectively.

let us now enjoy today’s song.

Video

Audio

Song-Arre sun sun sun sun meri jaan (Nishaan)(1983) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Gulshan Baawra, MD-Rajesh Roshan
Both

Lyrics

arey sun sun sun
sun meri jaan
he sun sun sun
sun meri jaan
aa sun meri jaan
aise hi kho jaaye naa
pyaar kaa samaa aa
aise hi kho jaaye naa
pyaar kaa samaa aa

sun sun sun
sun meri jaan
arey sun sun sun
sun meri jaan
aa sun meri jaan
aise hi kho jaaye naa
pyaar kaa samaa aa
aise hi kho jaaye naa
pyaar kaa samaa aa

do din to aaye jawaani
kyon naa karen manmaani
jeene ka lenge ae mazaa aa
kisne rokaa hai tujhko
kisne tokaa hai tujhko
hamko zamaane se kya aa

hamse kyun jaley ye jahaan
arey hamse kyun jaley ye jahaan
aa jaley ye jahaan
do dil jalenge to
uthhegaa dhuaan aa

do dil jalenge to
uthhegaa dhuaan aa aa

ik to matwaala mausam
uspe tanhaa donon ham
kaise rahenge hosh mein ae
aise mein jo ho kam hai
main shola tu shabnam hai
aa meri aagosh mein ae ae

hamse hai pyaar jawaan
arey hamse hai pyaar jawaan
aa pyaar hai jawaan
poore karegnge ham
sabhi armaan

poore karegnge ham
sabhi armaan

tu tu tu
tu ru ru ru ru ru
tu tu tu
tu ru ru ru ru ru

ho ho ho
ho ho la la la laa aa
la la la laa aa
la la la laa aa


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 :

4547 Post No. : 16127

Rajesh Khanna – The Phenomenon – 7
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Welcome all to this seventh article in the series ‘Rajesh Khanna- The Phenomenon’. When I took up this series, I thought I will try to share articles on regular basis at least monthly, and so that within a year or so the series will get completed.

However, it has been more than five years now and some articles which I initially planned are yet to come … so we continue. And, instead of moving to the next year i.e., 1981 from the last post which presented a song of 1980, we will be enjoying a song again from a 1980 movie of Rajesh Khanna.

This is because I wish to include today’s song in this series and I constantly felt that I should not move ahead without this lovely song. After all, ‘1980’ was a special year for Kaka and it was like a turning point in his career as after this he was back and had started delivering hits on regular intervals.

But before moving ahead we will have a look on the articles posted in this series so far,

SN Song
1) Haseenon mere paas aao
2) Mahaa shoonya ke mahaan vistaar mein
3) Baby ghar chalo, ghar tum bin hai soonaa
4) Chal chal aage nikal
5) Tum nahin maanoge
6) Aaj bichhde hain kal ka darr bhi nahin

Today’s post is to pay our tributes to Rajesh Khanna on his birth anniversary. That way it is a big day on the blog specially for Rajesh Khanna fans (or people like me 😊).

Today 29th December’2020 is the seventy-eighth birth anniversary of Rajesh Khanna (Jatin Khanna – his original name). He was born on 29th December’1942 and passed away on 18th July’2012.
He would have turned seventy-eight had he been alive today.

Rajesh Khanna made his debut in Bollywood with the movie ‘Aakhri Khat’ in 1966. However, it was only after three years i.e., in 1969 that his movie ‘Aradhana’ got released and he rose to stardom and popularity, which nobody had witnessed and tasted before.

In 1969 there were six movies of Rajesh Khanna released and they were viz. ‘Aradhana’, ‘Bandhan’, ‘Do Raaste’, ‘Doli’, ‘Itefaq’ and ‘Khamoshi’.
So that was exactly more than fifty years ago now, and coming to think of the end of this year 2020 his movies released in ‘1970’ will become ‘fifty years old’ now.

In 1970 following movies of Rajesh Khanna were released;

SNo Movie Title Director
01 Aan Milo Sajna Mukul Dutt
02 Anand Hrishikesh Mukherjee
03 Kati Patang Shakti Samanta
04 Sachcha Jhootha Manmohan Desai
05 Safar Asit Sen
06 The Train Ravikant Nagaich

The next year i.e., ‘1971’ was another big year for him which saw seven of his movies releasing in the year viz. ‘Amar Prem’, ‘Andaz’, Chhoti Bahu’,’Dushman’, ‘Haathi Mere Saathi’, ‘Maryada’, and ‘Mehboob Ki Mehndi’.

Looking back at the movies of Rajesh Khanna released in these three consecutive years (1969-1970-1971) makes me to try and visualise how people were responding to his movies ? specially when we read about the ‘mass hysteria’ he created then, and people thronging outside his bungalow to get a ‘glimpse’ of him or ‘girls’ leaving their ‘lips’ on his car and if that was not sufficient, they were also writing him letters with their ‘blood’. All seems like reading a ‘fairy tale’. But that was how the country was under the ‘severe’ grip of ‘Kaka’s charisma’ then. Today nobody will believe that such things happened then. Only those who have witnessed and lived through those years will be able to share about how it was then?

I bet, even today, if all the above movies (and others in later years from 1972 onwards) are released back-to-back and if one watches them, he will definitely fall in love with Rajesh Khanna.

Other main thing associated with Rajesh Khanna’s movies was their songs. Almost all the movies (not all of the 1980s) have a very good music and some have given us the gems of the songs of Hindi Film Music then. The picturization of the ‘song sequences’ and Kaka’s performing on them with his charismatic style and jigs also made the songs special. Songs created by R.D. Burman-Anand Bakshi-Kishore Kumar will always be remembered in the history of HFM of that era.

If somebody happens to come across HFGK Vol-V (1971-1980), please do read the complimentary messages on the release of this ‘geet-kosh’.

Here is what Music Critic Raju Bharatan had said about this decade; (I am reproducing it below);

“The music we created lives” says Naushad Ali, “because it is music with a soul, a tradition.” Such music also lives because now there is the Hindi Film Geet Kosh for each song to come dancing before our eyes. And, I remember, it was Bishwa Nath Chattejee who, some 15 years back corrected some factual errors I had made in my ‘Forty years of Naushad’ story in “The Illustrated Weekly.” Also, some five years back, I remember basing almost my entire four-page article on Sachin Dev Burman on the SD Geet Kosh so painstakingly presented by Bishwa Nath Chatterjee in his ‘Saurabh-77’.
I have therefore no doubt that Bishwanath will do a similar thorough job on the 1971-1980 HFGK. This 1971-1980 decade, in my opinion, is the most important Geet Kosh for our record, since this was the decade in which our Film music underwent a metamorphosis. Browsing through this 1971-80 Geet Kosh, we are sure to get a composite idea of why our composers could not by 1980, call the tune the way they did in 1971, the year in which that Musical Superstar, Rajesh Khanna, rose to his peak. Even without looking at this Geet Kosh, I can testify that Bishwa Nath Chatterjee has done a momentous job. …. ….”

So, Kaka was a ‘Musical Superstar’ too and music of his movies always had to be good if not great always. Though, many of his movies of the eighties surrendered to the popular demand and the music produced was same as in the league of the other movies of those years. (That we will be discussing in the future posts under this series on the blog).

Today we enjoy a lovely song from the ‘1980’ movie ‘Bandish’ sung by Kishore Kumar and Asha Bhonsle. Lyrics are by Anand Bakshi and music is composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal.

I remember this song since my childhood days as it used to play on radio for the promotion of this movie. I like this song very much though the other song of this movie ‘rang bhare mausam se rang churaake’ was more popular, I think.

Today’s song also happens to be picturized on Rajesh Khanna and Hema Malini like the above song.

By the way, let us also have a look on the blog ten-years back this day. Here are the details of songs posted by our dear Atul ji on 29.12.2010 on the blog;

SN Song
1) Ham dono do premi duniya chhod chalen
2) Karwaten badalte rahen saari raat ham
3) Bye bye miss good night kal phir milenge
4) Rimjhim rimjhim dekho baras rahi raat
5) Pasand aa gayi ik kaafir haseena
6) Aayo re aayo re aayo re saawan aayo re
7) Aa jaao aa bhi jaao

So, we had seven posts in a single day – all Rajesh Khanna songs – all posts done by Atul ji, including two songs from ‘Bandhan-1969’. I think that makes many things clear and no body should have doubt now as who else other than me and Raja ji is the great fan of Rajesh Khanna. 😊

Let us now enjoy today’s song and remember Kaka …

Video

Audio

Song-Mere hosh le lo deewaana bana do (Bandish)(1980) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

mere hosh le ae lo o
deewaana banaa do
mere hosh le ae ae lo o
deewaana banaa do
koi baat chhedo
fasaana banaa do
mere hosh le ae lo o
deewaana banaa do
koi baat chhedo
fasaana banaa do

nazaaron ko dil ki kahaani sunaa kar
bahaaron ka mausam
suhaanaa banaa do
mere hosh le ae ae lo o
deewaana banaa do
koi baat chhedo
fasaana banaa do o

ye jee chaahta hai
zaraa jee ke dekhen
ye jee chaahta hai
zaraa jee ke dekhen
mohabbat ka meethhaa zehar
pee ke dekhen
mohabbat ka meethhaa zehar
pee ke dekhen

bahaanon ko chhodo
bahaana banaa do
koi baat chhedo
fasaana banaa do
mere hosh le ae ae lo o
deewaana banaa do

na yoon sharm se tum
nigaahen jhukaa lo o
mujhe zindagi do
mujhe maar daalo o
na yoon sharm se tum
nigaahen jhukaa lo o
mujhe zindagi do
mujhe maar daalo o
mujhe is nazar ka nisaahnaa banaa do
mere hosh le ae lo o
deewaana banaa do

jo tumne kahaa hai
jo hamne kahaa hai
jo tumne kahaa hai
jo hamne kahaa hai
zaraa socho thehro
ye sab kuchh nayaa hai
zaraa socho thehro
ye sab kuchh nayaa hai

naye pyaar ko tum
puaanaa banaa do
koi baat chhedo
fasaana banaa do
mere hosh le lo o
deewaana banaa do
koi baat chhedo
fasaana banaa do

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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मेरे होश ले ए लो ओ
दीवाना बना दो
मेरे होश ले ए ए लो ओ
दीवाना बना दो
कोई बात छेड़ो
फ़साना बना दो
मेरे होश ले ए लो ओ
दीवाना बना दो
कोई बात छेड़ो
फ़साना बना दो

नजारों को दिल की कहानी सुना कर
बहारों का मौसम
सुहाना बना दो
मेरे होश ले ए लो ओ
दीवाना बना दो
कोई बात छेड़ो
फ़साना बना दो ओ

ये जी चाहता है
ज़रा जी के देखें
ये जी चाहता है
ज़रा जी के देखें
मोहब्बत का मीठा
ज़हर पी के देखें
मोहब्बत का मीठा
ज़हर पी के देखें

बहानों को छोडो
बहाना बना दो
कोई बात छेड़ो
फ़साना बना दो
मेरे होश ले ए ए लो ओ
दीवाना बना दो

न यूं शर्म से तुम
निगाहें झुका लो ओ
मुझे ज़िन्दगी दो
मुझे मार डालो ओ
न यूं शर्म से तुम
निगाहें झुका लो ओ
मुझे ज़िन्दगी दो
मुझे मार डालो ओ
मुझे इस नज़र का निशाना बना दो
मेरे होश ले ए लो ओ
दीवाना बना दो

जो तुमने कहा है
जो हमने कहा है
जो तुमने कहा है
जो हमने कहा है
ज़रा सोचो ठहरो
ये सबकुछ नया है
ज़रा सोचो ठहरो
ये सबकुछ नया है

नए प्यार को तुम
पुराना बना दो
कोई बात छेड़ो
फ़साना बना दो
मेरे होश ले लो ओ
दीवाना बना दो
कोई बात छेड़ो
फ़साना बना दो


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 :

4515 Post No. : 16069 Movie Count :

4390

(#Music Composer-Singer-Bappi Lahiri#4)
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#the Decade of Eighties – 1981 – 1990 #
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We have discussed ‘rail’ songs in our blog from time to time. Train and/or railways have always been my favorite subject and I always love to travel in trains whenever possible. I have many fond memories associated with my various journeys in narrow gauge, meter gauge and broad-gauge trains.

Other members of this blog also like to write about rail/train. Railways, there improvement, and possibility of high -speed trains to cover two long distance points in minimum time possible, is the favorite topic of many ‘Atulites’ and specially of Raja Saab.

And our leader Atul ji has also time to time discussed rail songs in his posts. It was couple of years back (or precisely in the month of May’2018) that there was some discussion about ‘railways and high-speed trains’ in the ‘Atulites WhatsApp’ group.

It started with Raja Saab expressing his wish for an overnight journey train between SBC-CSTM. He also mentioned that maybe he is a bit spoilt 😊 by high speed travels (by train) in Europe.

Well the discussion was a long one and I am not going to reproduced it all here. (Rather I will keep some points from it for another write-up in the future).

During the discussion Atul ji said that ‘as an insider (in railways)’ he can bring the various suggestions to the attention of the higher authorities or even through his posts on the blog he can throw light on many issues and can even take a series of articles connecting ‘rail/train’ issues if we can suggest him some good songs from Hindi movies.

As usually I am, being an over-enthusiastic person 😊, I search and send many songs to our editors. Atul ji had also wrote some good posts and presented some good songs. However, no song from the lot I sent was selected for a post (till now 😊).

Today I am presenting one of the songs from this lot.

So far, on the blog we have ninety-eight songs under ‘Rail songs’ and many of them are timeless classics like ‘zindagi ke safar mein guzar jaate hain jo makaam’ composed by R.D. Burman, ‘Gaadi bulaa rahi hai’ by Laxmikant-Pyarelal etc etc.

I think R.D. Burman composed many songs in this ‘genre’ and it would be interesting to know how many other lyricists and composers are involved in creating rail songs and who are the toppers.

But then, it again is the subject matter of another post (may be the next post in this ‘genre’ could be presented with these statistics with a rail song).

One of the other Pancham composed rail song that immediately comes to mind is ‘ham dono do premi duniya chhod chale’ from ‘Ajnabi-1974’ which was picturized with Rajesh Khanna and Zeenat Aman on a ‘freight train’ jumping on ‘haystacks’. (Atul ji’s terminology) and I am specially mentioning this song now because
if we watch today’s song it immediately reminds us of the above song.

However, today’s song is composed by Bappi Lahiri.

And today 27th November 2020 is his sixty-eighth birth anniversary.

On this occasion wishing Bappi Lahiri a very happy birthday and a healthy and peaceful life ahead let us enjoy the today’s song picturized on Mithun Chakravarty and Ranjeeta, also seen is Shakti Kapoor in the picturization of this song.
(This song is also picturized on a ‘freight-train’ 😊)

‘Tarkeeb-1982’ was directed by Ravikant Nagaich for ‘Venus Combines, Madras’. Ravikant Nagaich also did the photography of this movie. It was produced by S. Krishnamurthy.

Story of this movie was written by Taarakaraamaa and dialogues of this movie were written by Ramesh Pant.
Editing of this movie was done by N.M. Shankar. It had Ranjeeta, Mithun Chakravarty, Shakti Kapoor, Rakesh Pande, Sharat Saxena, Paintal, Mukri, Beena, Parveen Pal, Naaz, Dinesh Hingoo, Leena Das, Dinesh Sharma, Kalpana Ayyer, Prem Bedi, Guddi, Madan Puri and others.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 25.11.1982.

This movie had six songs written by Anjaan and its music was composed by Bappi Lahiri. Lata Mangeshkar, Asha Bhonsle, S. Janaki, Kishore Kumar, Amit Kumar, S.P. Balasubramaniam and Bappi Lahiri have given their voices to the songs in this movie.

This movie ‘Tarkeeb-1982’ makes its debut on the blog and so does Bappi Da makes a debut in the category of ‘rail songs’ (if I am not wrong 😊) on the blog.

Let us now enjoy today’s song sung by Kishore Kumar and Asha Bhonsle. Their voices are lip synced by Mithun Chakraborty and Ranjeeta respectively.


Song-Ae Chhuk chhuk gaadi jab jab boley dhhak dhhak doley dil mera (Tarkeeb)(1984) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Bappi Lahiri
Both

Lyrics

Hey hey
he he ae
Laa laa laa laa laa aa
Ho ho ho o ho ho o
Hey he ae aaha aa aa

Ye chalti gaadi ee
Gaadi mein ham tum
Donon akele yahaan aa
Tan man mein ye jo
Sholay hain dehke
Na aag hai naa dhuaan aa

Ae chhuk chhuk gaadi
Jab jab boley
Dhak dhak doley
Dil mera aa

Arey chhuk chhuk gaadi
Jab jab boley
Dhak dhak doley
Dil mera aa

Ye chalti gaadi ee
Gaadi mein ham tum
Donon akele yahaan

Aankhon se halki halki
Masti ye chhalki chhalki
Paagal ye pyaasi pyaasi Raat
Ye mausam mehka mehka
Ye saanse dehki dehki
Honthon pe bahki bahki baa aat

Kismet se aisa aa
Maukaa milaa hai
Phir aisa maukaa kahaan
Tan man mein ye jo
Sholay hain dehke
Na aag hain naa dhuaan aa

Bhai jhuk jhuk gaadi
Jab jab boley
Dhak dhak doley
Dil mera aa

Kal tak to thhi deewaani
Karti thi main manmaani
Tujhse hi maani maine haa aar

Kismat mein thi tu meri
Kismat mein tha main teri
Hona thha tera mera pyaar
Jis din se teri baahon mein aayi
Bhooli main donon jahaan

Ye chalti gaadi ee
Gaadi mein ham tum
Donon akele yahaan
Arey jhuk jhuk gaadi
Jab jab boley
Hey dhak dhak doley
Dil mera aa

Hey Arey jhuk jhuk gaadi
Jab jab boley
Hey dhak dhak doley
Dil mera aa

Naa dar hai naa badnaami
Dil ne bhi bhar di haami
Phir kyun rahen door door
Kuchh boley ye tanhaayi
Dil thham thham le angdaayi
Donon nashe mein hain choor

Barson ke pyaase mil jaayen aise
Jaise zameen aasmaan
Haan
Ye chalti gaadi ee
Gaadi mein ham tum
Dono akele yahaan aa
Arey chhuk chhuk gaadi
Jab jab boley
dhak dhak doley
Dil mera aa

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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हे हे
हे हे ए
ला ला
ला ला ला आ

हो हो
हो ओ हो हो ओ
हे हे आ ह आ

ये चलती गाडी ई
गाडी में हम तुम
दोनों अकेले यहाँ आ
तन मन में ये जो
शोले हैं दहके
ना आग है ना धुंआ आ

ए छुक छुक गाडी
जब जब बोले
धक् धक् डोले
दिल मेरा आ

अरे छुक छुक गाडी
जब जब बोले
धक् धक् डोले
दिल मेरा आ

ये चलती गाडी ई
गाडी में हम तुम
दोनों अकेले यहाँ

आँखों से हलकी हलकी
मस्ती ये छलकी छलकी
पागल ये प्यासी प्यासी रात
ये मौसम महका महका
ये साँसे दहकी दहकी
होठों पे बहकी बहकी बात

किस्मत से ऐसा आ
मौक़ा मिला है
फिर ऐसा मौक़ा कहाँ
तन मन में ये जो
शोले हैं दहके
ना आग है ना धुंआ आ

भई छुक छुक गाडी
जब जब बोले
धक् धक् डोले
दिल मेरा आ

कल तक तो थी दीवानी
करती थी मैं मनमानी
तुझसे ही मानी मैंने हार

किस्मत में थी तू मेरी
किस्मत में था मैं तेरी
होना था तेरा मेरा प्यार
जिस दिन से तेरी बाहों में आई
भूली मैं दोनों जहां

ये चलती गाडी ई
गाडी में हम तुम
दोनों अकेले यहाँ
अरे छुक छुक गाडी
जब जब बोले
हे धक् धक् डोले
दिल मेरा आ

हे छुक छुक गाडी
जब जब बोले
हे धक् धक् डोले
दिल मेरा आ

ना डर है ना बदनामी
दिल ने भी भर दी हामी
फिर क्यूँ रहें दूर दूर
कुछ बोले ये तन्हाई
दिल थम थम ले अंगडाई
दोनों नशे में हैं चूर

बरसों के प्यासे मिल जाएँ ऐसे
जैसे ज़मीन आसमान
हाँ
ये चलती गाडी ई
गाडी में हम तुम
दोनों अकेले यहाँ आ
अरे छुक छुक गाडी
जब जब बोले
धक् धक् डोले
दिल मेरा आ


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Blog Day :

4430 Post No. : 15860

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No. 69
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Ten years ago, the blog was covering six songs every day and seven songs every fourth day. So I was a bit surprised to note that “only” five songs were covered on 3 September 2010. But there awsa very good reasohn for that, which will become clear during our discussion here.

Here is the list of the five songs that were covered on 3n september 2010:-

Blog post no Song Movie-Year remarks
2896 Ab to aa jaao balam Poonam 1952 YIPPEED
2897 Kaare badraa tu na jaa na jaa Shikast 1953 YIPPEED
2898 Ye jawaani ye haseen raat Khuda khair kare Khoobsoorat Dhokha 1959 4 Songs discussed out of 7
2899 Saamne ye kaun aayaa dil mein huyi halchal Jawaani Deewaani 1972 YIPPEED
2900 Kyaa huaa teraa waadaa wo qasam wo iraadaa Hum Kisise Kam Nahin 1977 Blog century post. 7 songs discussed (out of 9)

We can see from the above that three out of five movies that were taken up on 3 september 2010 have got YIPPEED in the bblog by now. So that leaves us with just two movies that are eligible for “Blog Ten Year CHallenge” today (3 September 2020).

“Ham Kisi Se Kam Nahin”(1977) is one of those movies. I notice that this musical blockbuster movie had made its debut in the blog on 3 september 2010. And thatsong that was discussed was a century song for the blog ! And the song was the National Aawrd winning song Kyaa huaa teraa waadaa wo qasam wo iraadaa . A movie making its debut in the blog with a blog century song ! It shows the musical calibre of the song in general and the entire movie album in particular.

Music lovers are unanimous in agreeing that “Ham Kisi Se Kam Nahin” (1977) had a stunning array of songs, that have remaiined popular to this day.

The movie had nine songs in it. Seven of them have been covered in the blog so far. Here are their details:-

Blog post no Song Date remarks
2900 Kyaa huaa teraa waadaa wo qasam wo iraadaa 3 september 2010 Debut song of movie. Blog century post
5892 Ye ladka haaye Allah kaisa hai deewaana 28 April 2012
8454 Chaand mera dil chaandni ho tum 2 August 2013
8628 Hai agar dushman dushman zamaana gham nahin 2 August 2013
13400 Bachna ae haseenon lo main aa gaya 5 July 2017 Blog century post
14162 Aa dil kya mehfil hai tere kadmon mein 13 March 2018
14833 Mil gaya ham ko saathi mil gaya 10 January 2019

We can notice that another song from the movie, viz Bachna ae haseenon lo main aa gaya was also a blog century song. And the writeup of that song was a special writeup by Sudhir Jee. It gave details of the musicians who were involved in creating that musical masterpiece.

When the name of this movie crops up, my mind immediately goes back to the second half of 1977. My Matriculation examinations were due in February March 1978 and like a sincere conscientious student that I was, I was seriously busy preparing for that Board Examination of Bihar State Board. Those were the days when I had no distractions. The last movie that I had watched in a movie hall was “Zindagi Zindagi”(1972) in 1972 and after that I had not watched any movies in movie halls.

There was a radio set at home, a big valve radio, but that was out of order because mice had made their home inside the warm cozy cabinet of the TELERAD 4 band radio and had damaged the valves. And my father had very wisely not bothered to get the radio repaired. So no radio commentary and no Radio Ceylon and Vividh Bharati distraction either.

But filmy music blaring out of loudspeakers was a distraction no one could guard against. These days we talk of noise pollution and disturbance to people because of loudspeakers, but no one bothered those days. Playing film songs on loudspeakers in full volume day and night, no matter what, was the norm in those parts of India. And what was the movie whose songs were the most popular with those loudspeaker playing enthusiasts ? “Hum Kisi Se Kam Nahin” ! I would be trying to concentrate on my studies and my eardrums would receive songs of the movie one after the other. What rubbish songs these are, The standards of Hindi movie songs have gone to the dogs- These were the thoughts that crossed my mind while receiving constant bombardment of songs of this movie.

Fortunately, the songs of this movie failed to distract me from my studies and I was reasonably well prepared when the final exams were held in early 1978.

Having appeared for the examination, it was time for the results. Marks obtained in the examination determined which college one joined. St Xavier’s College, Ranchi was the coveted college not only for Ranchi, but for entire Bihar. Getting admission in this college was considered a matter of prestige.

I had gone to my native place after the examination. I received a letter (or was it a telegram )informing me that I had passed in first division. Detailed marks would be known only later. My father, who was also there in the village, discussed this matter with a distant relative of his, who was a progressive villager and also the headmaster cum only teacher of the only Village school. We must go meet Father XYZ of the school ABC, the progressive villager suggested. So we went some six miles by walk, and met the Father. Our distant relative informed him that this kid, his close relative had passed Matriculation examination in First division. He needs to get admitted in Ranchi’s St Xavier’s college. You know the principal of that college, so please write a letter of recommendation. The father was reluctant saying only first division may not be enough, percentage of marks also matter. But repeated insistence by my relative forced him to act. He took out a small portable typewriter (I had never seen such a modern looking typewriter) and typed out a letter. He then took an envelope, sealed it after putting the letter inside it and on the top addressed in to the Principal of St Xavier’s College. We thanked him and went back to our village.

When I went back to Ranchi and got the detailed marksheet etc, I got the form of St Xavier’s college, filled it and submitted it there. My father had decided that the recommendation letter would be used only in case I failed to get admission on my own.

When the first list of selected candidates was put up on St Xavier’s College notice board, my name was very much there. So there was no need for that recommendation letter. Nevertheless, my father opened the letter and read what was written in the recommendation letter. We found out that the father had written a very nice letter highly recommending my case for admission. But I was happy that we did not have to use such means (sifaarish) to get admission.

After I got admission in the college, I got “freedom” under the impression that I had matured being a college student. I used this new found “freedom” quite irresponsibly, I must say. I started to watch movies by bunking classes. It was in this movie watching spree that I watched “Hu Kisi Se Kam Nahin”(1979) during its second run, in 1978 or 1979, in a movie hall called “Sandhya” which was located on the same road where my college was located. By that time I had warmed up to the songs of this movie. I did not find the movie any great shakes though. I did not think then that Rishi Kapoor was really a better dancer than Tariq. I had my sympathies with Tariq.

Much to my good luck, I somehow survived by the skin of my teeth academically despite acting so recklessly. Today I have become so “mature” that I cannot spare time to watch most movies. How I wish I had some of my present “maturity” during late 1970s as well. 🙂

Today, exactly ten years after “Hum Kisi Se Kam Nahin”(1977) made its debut in the blog, here is another rollicking song from “Hum Kisi Se Kum Nahin”(1977). This song is sung by Kishore Kumar, with Asha Bhonsle chiming in towards the end of the song. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman. The song is picturised on Rishi Kapoor and Kajal Kiran.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

Audio link:

Video link:

Song-Hamko to yaara teri yaari jaan se pyaari (Hum Kisi Se Kum Nahin)(1977) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

(dialogues)

hamko to yaaraa teri yaari
jaan se pyaari
tu chaahey tod de ae
tujhko diwana kaissey chhod de
kaisey ae ae chhod de ae
hey hamko to yaraa teri yaari
jaan se pyaari
tu chaahe tod de ae
tujhko deewaana kaissey chhod de
kaissey ae ae chhod de ae ae

dil ke heerey moti aa jaa mere dil mein aa
tu hai daulat meri
aa meri manzil mein aa
ae meri tamannaa
tu kahin na ja
hayye rey haa…aaaye
kahin na jaa
ae dil ke heerey moti aa jaa mere dil mein aa
tu hai daulat meri aa meri manzil mein aa
ae meri tamannaa tu kahin na ja
hayye rey haa..aaye
kahin na jaa
hamko to yaaraa teri yaari
jaan se pyaari
tu chaahey tod de ae ae
tujhko deewana kaisey chhod de
kaisey ae ae chhod de ae

ho gaya tumhaara jab meri baahon ka haar
bech bhi daalo to mera kya hai dildaar
main to itna jaanoon
mujhko hai tumse pyaar
hayye rey haa..aaaye
tumse pyaar
ho gaya tumhaara jab meri baahon ka haar
bech bhi daalo to mera kya hai dildaar
main to itna jaanoon
mujhko hai tumse pyaar
hayye rey haa..aaye
tumse pyaar

hamko to yaraa teri yaari (dilbar)
jaan se pyaari (dilbar)
tu chaahey tod de ae ae
tujhko deewaana kaissey chhod de
kaisey ae ae chhod de ae ae

nanna
naa naa narey nanna
naa naa narey
nanna naa naa lala lalla laa laaa
laa laaa laaa laaa la laa laaaaaaa aaa aaaaaaaaaaaaa


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Blog Day :

4424 Post No. : 15842

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No. 62
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Ten years ago, the blog was in cruise mode, merrily covering six songs every day. 28 august 2010, the day exactly ten years ago was no exception. First song of the day got posted at 7:01 AM and sixth post at 8 :34 AM !

Ten years back the following songs were posted on the blog;

Song Movie title-Year Remarks
Kyaa bataaun muhabbat hai kyaa Parbat-1952 All songs covered
Dil ke phaphole jal uthe seene ke daag se Parichay-1954 03 songs posted
Tum ek baar muhabbat ka imithaan to lo Baabar-1960 All songs covered
Meri aankhon se koyi neend liye jaata hai Pooja Ke Phool-1964 All songs covered*
Binaa badraa ki bijuriyaa kaise chamke Bandhan-1969 04 songs posted
Saath mein pyaaraa saathi hai Dil Daulat Duniyaa-1972 03 songs posted

Three out of six movies have since been YIPPEED. Other three movies are still up for grabs as far as today’s blog ten year challenge is concerned.

So, here is a song from “Dil Daulat Duniya” (1972), the latest of the six movies, and perhaps the most obscure of the six movies that were covered ten years ago.

Three songs from “Dil Daulat Duniya” (1972) have been covered so far :-

Song Posted On
Saath mein pyaaraa saathi hai 28.08.2020
Masti aur jawaani ho 18.07.2013
Ruk meri raani…. o monalisa 18.07.2017

Here is the fourth song from “Dil Daulat Duniya” (1972) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle and chorus. Lyrics is supposedly a joint effort of Hasrat Jaipuri and Neeraj (according to HFGK). Music is composed by Shankar Jaikishan,

Only the audio of the song is available. Seeing that Rajesh Khanna and Sadhana were in lead roles, this song was almost certainly picturised on them. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of the song.
Mr Anekant, our knowledgeable reader informs us that the song was picturised on Jagdeep and Helen.

Lyrics of the song were sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala.


Song-O meri laaraa loo (Dil Daulat Duniya)(1972) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri + Neeraj, MD-Shankar Jaikishan
Male chorus,
Female chorus,
All chorus

Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

(dialogues not included)

o o o
o o o
o o o

(dialogues not included)

o meri meri meri meri meri meri
laa laa laa laa laa
raa raa raa raa raa
loo loo
loo loo
laaraa loo oo oo

ayi ee
o meri laaraa loo oo
main teraa papi loo loo
o meri laaraa loo
main teraa papi loo
ji chaahe jhoom loon
laa laa laa laa laa laa laa aa
tu meraa papi loo
main teri laaraa loo
hey tu meraa papi loo
main teri laaraa loo
baahon mein jhoom loon

yayyiyaa yayyiyaa yayaa aa aa

dil daulat aur duniya meri
teri adaa hai
aay haaye
aay haaye
aay haay ae ae
teri ye nazar meri aankhon ka nashaa hai
wai wai
wai wai wai wai ee
tujhse hai badhkar yahaan aur kyaa aa
u
o meri laaraa loo oo
main teraa papi loo loo
ya ya ya ya ya
o meri laaraa loo oo
main teraa papi loo loo
jee chaahe choom loon
o
lalalalalala

aisaa phandaa daalaa toone
baanke shikaari ee
he he
he he
he ae ae
kaantaa mere dil mein tootaa
main dil ko haari
yayiyaa yayiyaa yayiyaa aa aa
naachoongi main chaahe jaise nachaa aa
tu meraa papi loo

hoo oo
main teri laaraa loo
hoo oo oo
tu meraa papi loo
main teri laaraa loo
baahon mein jhoom loon

yayyiyaa yayyiyaa yayaa aa aa

kaisi chali duniyaa mein ulti hawaa ji
yayyiyaa yayyiyaa yayaa aa aa

kaisaa ye zamaana aayaa
dekhaa naa sunaa ji
riri riri riri ee ee
ladke pe ladki huyi re fidaa aa aa
tu meraa papi loo

haan haa aa aa
main teri laaraa loo
oye oye ae ae
tu meraa papi loo
main teri laaraa loo
baahon mein jhoom loon

yayyiyaa yayyiyaa yayaa aa aa
o meri laaraa loo oo
hoo oo
main teraa papi loo loo
ooor oor oor
o meri laaraa loo
hoo oo
main teraa papi loo
hoo oo oo
ji chaaye jhoom loon oon
laa laa laa laa laa laa laa aa
ek baar aur
laa laa laa laa laa laa laa aa
ek baar aur
laa laa laa laa laa laa laa aa


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Blog Day :

4400 Post No. : 15782

Today (4 August 2020) is the 91st birth anniversary of Kishore Kumar (4 August 1929- 13 october 1987). And incidentally, today is the 4400th day for the blog !

Three articles from three regulars discussing Kishore Kumar have already appeared on the blog today. It is interesting to note that all the three regulars decided to discuss three songs from the decade of 1980s.

The golden era of HFM, which began in 1949, ended in 1980. People who lived through the golden era can notice a palpable lack of overall quality in HFM after 1980. There were quite a few reasons for that. I have given this matter some thought and I have come up with some interesting observations. I will use those observations some other time in some other article. Here I will mention it in brief that the golden era of HFM began when Indian classical base (melody based) was wedded with western classical base (symphony based). This marriage, which gave us the best of both the worlds, got dissolved in 1980. Western symphony was replaced by western cacophony while lyrics of the songs were dispensed with.

Another reason was gradual demise of the doyens of HFM maestroes. Shailendra (1966), Roshan (1968), Shakeel Badayuni (1970), Jaikishan (1971), Geeta Dutt (1972), Madan Mohan , Vasant Desai, S D Burman (all 1975), Mukesh (1976) and Rafi (1980) left the scene one after the other creating big voids. With the demise of Rafi on 31 july 1980, the HFM golden era literally ended.

If we still have a few songs worth listening to in 1980s, then they are invariably the creations of those who began their careers during the golden era and they had the musical wherewithals to create quality music. It was the old guard that kept creating good music in 1980s.

One will notice that majority of memorable songs of 1980s were sung by old guard, viz Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar and Asha Bhonsle. This state of affairs continued till late 1980s when Kishore Kumar died in 1987. R D Burman, who was sticking to Kishore Kumar confided in Amit Kumar that his music was unlikely to remain the same with the absence of Kishore Kumar.

Ironically, the music director who was the most responsible for the demise of HFM golden era, viz Bappi Lahiri, was also the music director who created the most number of memorable songs post 1980s. And no prizes for guessing who were the singers in these songs. When Bappi Lahiri was not creating forgettable (but saleable) disco numbers, he was also creating golden era quality songs with Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar and Asha Bhonsle.

Unlike the golden era hit songs, these 1980s era songs were light on lyrics, making them chaalu songs. Still, these songs became popular because the singers could carry off these songs with inane lyrics with aplomb.

There are several Bappi Lahiri chaalu songs that Kishore Kumar turned into timeless classics. Some examples are movies like “Namakhalaal”(1982), “Sharaabi”(1984), “Aaj Ka Arjun”(1990). Incidentally , all these songs had Amitabh Bachchan in lead roles.

Then there were Jeetendra starrers where the lyrics were of even more “Chaalu” variery. But Kishore Kumar turned even those songs into classics. In these songs he often had the company of Asha Bhonsle, who could be regarded as his female version among playback singers, as far as singing versatility was concerned.

As a tribute to Kishore Kumar, here is the title song of “Tohfa”(1984). This movie was produced by D Ramanaidu and directed by K Raghvendra Rao for Suresh Productions, Madras. This archtypical Madrasi movie (Hindi remake) of 1980s had Jeetendra, JayaPrada, Sridevi, Kadar Khan, Shakti Kapoor, Mohan Choti, Urmila Bhatt, Leela Mishra, Jagdeep, Aruna Irani, Jayshree T, Master Rinku etc in it, with friendly appearance by Asrani.

This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Kishore Kumar. Indeewar is the lyricist. Music is composed by Bappi Lahiri.

The song is picturised on Jayaprada and Jeetendra. They are seen prancing, with Saris of all varieties forming the background as well as the prop. Quite an imaginative picturisation.

And as observed earlier, the song on its own is nothing much to write home about. Still, this is one of those songs that had stood the test of time and it is still regarded as one of the popular songs of its era. Much of the credit for this has to go to the singers, viz Kishore Kumar and Asha Bhonsle.

Just like R D Burman’s music suffered after the demise of Kishore Kumar, bappi Lahiri’s music too failed to reach the same heights in the absence of Kishore Kumar’s vocals. It shows the calibre of Kishore Kumar’s singing abilities who with his Midas touch could convert a seemingly mediocre song into a timeless classic.

Personally, I found the music of 1980s bearably enjoyable, mainly because of songs like this. And unsurprisingly, most such songs had the voice of Kishore Kumar in them.

Enjoy this song. This song demostrates that one can act silly and it can be still enjoyable and fun for all concerned, provided you have the calibre to carry it off.

Video

Audio

Song-Pyaar ka tohfa tera bana hai jeewan mera (Tohfa)(1984) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Bappi Lahiri

Lyrics

tohfa tohfa tohfa tohfa
laaya laaya laaya laaya
mere mere mere mere
dil pe chhaaya chhaaya chhaaya
pyaar ka tohfa tera
bana hai jeeean mera
pyaar ka tohfa tera
bana hai jeewan mera
dil ke sahaare maine pa liye ae
jeene ko aur kya chaahiye
ae ae ae ae ae ae ae ae
pyaar ka tohfa tera
bana hai jeewan mera
pyaar ka tohfa tera
bana hai jeewan mera
dil ke sahaare maine pa liye ae ae
jeene ko aur kya chaahiye
tohfa tohfa tohfa tohfa

laaya laaya laaya laaya

jaan ke bina jaise ho tan
tere bina main aise sajan
kasturi sa tera badan
mehki mehki phirti pavan

ho o
jaan ke bina jaise ho tan
tere bina main aise sajan
kasturi sa tera badan
mehki mehki phirti pavan
daude mere man ka hiran
chhoone ko yauvan tera
ta ta ta

pyaar ka tohfa tera
bana hai jeewan mera
dil ke sahaare maine pa liye ae
jeene ko aur kya chaahiye
ae ae ae ae ae ae ae ae
tohfa tohfa tohfa tohfa
laaya laaya laaya laaya

tohfa to bas ik naam hai
dil ka mere paighaam hai

saadi nahin tera pyaar hai
suhaagan ka ye singaar hai
tohfa to bas ik naam hai
dil ka mere paighaam hai

saadi nahin tera pyaar hai
suhaagan ka ye singaar hai
resham ke roop mein tan se mere
lipta hua man tera
ta ta ta
pyaar ka tohfa tera
bana hai jeewan mera
dil ke sahaare maine pa liye ae
jeene ko aur kya chaahiye ae ae ae ae
tohfa tohfa tohfa tohfa
laaya laaya laaya laaya


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Blog Day:

4310 Post No. : 15585

“Chhattees Ghante”(1974) was produced and directed by Raj Tilak for Tilak movies private Limited, Bombay. The movie had Sunil Dutt, Mala Sinha, Raj Kumar, Vijay Arora, Parveen Babi, Iftekhar, Ashoo, Ramesh Deo, Danny Denzongpa, Alankar Joshi, Sonia Sahni, Jagdish Raaj, Deven Verma, Urmila Bhatt, Madan Puri etc in it.

The movie had four songs in it. Three of these songs have been covered in the past.

Details of the three songs covered in the blog are :-

S N Song Song number in blog Date of posting
1 Chup ho aaj kaho kyaa hai baat 2870 29-Aug-2010
2 Yahaan bandhu aate ko hai jaana 8063 8-May-2013
3 Teen lok par raaj tihaara 15581 4-May-2020

Here is the fourth and final song from “Chhattees Ghante”(1974) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Kishore Kumar and Asha Bhonsle. Sahir Ludhianvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Sapan Chakravarty.

The song was picturised on Vijay Arora and Parveen Babi. But it appears that the song was either not used in the movie, or the online version available now a days has this song deleted. There is a fake video available online which shows visaul of another song with audio o this song.

So, only the audio of the song is given here.

Lyrics of the song were sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala.

With this song, all the four songs of “Chhattees Ghante”(1974) are covered in the blog. The movie thus joins the list of movies that have been YIPPEED in the blog.

Audio

Song-Jaane aaj kya hua aisa kabhi hua na thha (Chhattees Ghante)(1936) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Sahir Ludhianvi, MD-Sapan Chakravarty

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Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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Jaane aaj kya huaa
aisa kabhi huaa na thha aa
Saanson mein ghuley nasha
Jaisa kabhi ghula na thha aa
Tumhi bolo kya karen
Aisa hoga pataa na thha

Meethha meetha dard sa
Utthhe ang ang mein ae
Jaage koyi aag si ee
jeene ki umang mein
Hawaa se tape badan
Jaisa kabhi tapaa na thha
Saanson mein ghuley nasha
Jaisa kabhi ghula na thha
Tumhi bolo kya karen
Aisa hoga pataa na thha

Chhaaya chhaaya door tak
Rangon ka gubaar hai
Aisa to na thha jahaan
Ho na ho ye pyaar hai
Khwaab ka samaa sajaa
Jaisa kabhi sajaa na thha
Saanson mein ghuley nasha
Jaisa kabhi ghula na thha
Tumhi bolo kya karen
Aisa hoga pataa na thha
Jaane aaj kya huaa
Aisa kabhi huaa na thha aa
Saanson mein ghuley nasha
Jaisa kabhi ghula na thha aa
Tumhi bolo kya karen
Aisa hoga pataa na thha

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(Devnagri Script Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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जाने आज क्या हुआ
ऐसा कभी हुआ न था आ
साँसों में घुले नशा
जैसा कभी घुला न था आ
तुम्ही बोलो क्या करें
ऐसा होगा पता न था

मीठा मीठा दर्द सा
उठे अंग अंग में ए
जागे कोई आग सी ई
जीने की उमंग में
हवा से तपे बदन
जैसा कभी तपा न था
साँसों में घुले नशा
जैसा कभी घुला न था आ
तुम्ही बोलो क्या करें
ऐसा होगा पता न था

छाया छाया दूर तक
रंगों का गुबार है
ऐसा तो न था जहां
हो न हो ये प्यार है
ख्वाबों का समा सजा
जैसा कभी सजा न था
साँसों में घुले नशा
जैसा कभी घुला न था आ
तुम्ही बोलो क्या करें
ऐसा होगा पता न था
जाने आज क्या हुआ
ऐसा कभी हुआ न था आ
साँसों में घुले नशा
जैसा कभी घुला न था आ
तुम्ही बोलो क्या करें
ऐसा होगा पता न था


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 :

4281 Post No. : 15525 Movie Count :

4280

Hullo Atuldom

April 7th, 2020. Day 14 of the holidays that whole of India is experiencing. I don’t know about others but I am having my husband’s company, reading every single WhatsApp message and their accompanying videos and seeing many movies- some of which for the “nth” time; language no-bar.

Seeing repeats of movies has its advantage. We see things that make up the background, notice the expressions of chorus dancers, look at the supports that the actors have when they do activities that they aren’t comfortable with. For example, I was seeing Amitabh starrer “Yaarana” a few days back. There is a scene where Amitabh and Amjad Khan are shown to be indulging in Hang-gliding. Now I have been seeing this movie since 1979 and have lost count of the number of times I have seen it. This time I saw that in the hang-gliding scene there is some kind of metal support that is inserted into the outfits of the actors. Now I would like to know that is that kind of safety measure available for all aficionados of hang-gliding or that was something special for the shoot.

Another habit I have acquired of late is seeing movies in all the languages it is made in -Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam or Telugu. And there is no paucity of such movies. I had seen a 1979 Tamil movie “Nallathoru Kudumbam” (roughly translating to “Wonderful Family”) with Shivaji Ganesan and Vanisri in the lead. They played a couple whose married life is rocked by the wife suspecting her husband’s loyalty due to his colourful past. It was a remake of the 1977 Telugu film “Aalu Magalu” (Wife and Husband) which had Vanisri with Nageshwara Rao. When I saw the Tamil movie on Satellite TV a few years back I had mentally thought that the songs from its Hindi version should be here on the blog.

Here is the opportunity for “Judaai” (1980) to make its entrance into the blog. Jeetendra is turning a year older- 78 to be exact. He has had a long innings in the movies starting with playing the heroine Sandhya’s body double in Shantaram’s ‘Sehra’ in 1963.

To my knowledge he was last seen in Farha Khan’s ‘Om Shanti Om’ in 2007. He has had Mumtaz, Rajashree, Leena Chandavarkar, Hema Malini, Moushumi Chatterjee, Rekha, Reena Roy as his heroines in the late 60s and 70s. 80s saw him successfully pairing up with Sridevi and Jaya Prada. Along the way he has occasionally paired with Sharmila Tagore, Mala SInha, Zeenat Aman, Parveen Babi, Shabana Azmi, and Bindiya Goswami too.

Jeetendra and Rekha acted in 31 films and were romantically paired in 26 of which 15 were hits beginning with ‘EK Bechara” in 1972. “Judaai” was also a Rekha- Jeetendra movie. Sachin and Arun Govil played their sons with Shoma Anand and Tamanna playing the daughters-in-law.

Today’s is a party song where we have a middle-aged Dr. Shashikant (Jeetu) out-dancing Lily (Aruna Irani) after she has defeated the youngsters Sachin and Arun Govil. This was a guest appearance of Aruna Irani who was seen with Jeetu in ‘Farz’ and ‘Caravan’. The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Kishore Kumar with Anand Bakshi as the writer and Laxmikant Pyarelal as the music directors. This song was inspired from either The Beatles, Boney M or ABBA

Video (Longer but poor quality)

Video (shorter but good quality)

Audio

Song-Saamne aa dekhe zamaana saara (Judaai)(1980) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics- Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

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Dialogues
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Hey
come on

how about you
young man

hahahahahaha
ho ho ho ho ho

hai koi
jo mere muqaabil aaye

dekh kya rahe ho
jawaab do
haan

Yes
I am here

o o
tum naachoge
ye umar
aur ye jigar

puraane chaawalon ka dam tumne abhi dekha nahin

yeah yeah come on
buck up
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Song begins
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saamne aa
dekhe zamaana saara
saamne aa
dekhe zamaana saara
saamne aa
maine pukaara tujhe
maine lalkaara tujhe ae
saamne aa
dekhe zamaana saara
saamne aa
hey
saamne aa
dekhe zamaana saara
saamne aa
maine pukaara tujhe
maine lalkaara tujhe
zara sambhal tu

hey hey
sambhal ke chal tu
hey hey
zara sambhal tu
hey hey
sambhal ke chal tu
whoo le woo
puraani yaad aa gayi

hey
jawaani yaad aa gayi
hey
puraani yaad aa gayi
hey
jawaani yaad aa gayi
hey
saamne aa
dekhe zamaana saara
saamne aa

kitne haseenon ka garoor
toda hai
haan haan toda hai
kitne haseenon ka garoor
toda hai maine jawaani mein

woh din gaye
woh mausam gaye
haan woh din gaye
woh mausam gaye
rakkha hai kya iss kahaani mein
ye baat hai
haan haan ye baat hai
ye baat hai
haan haan ye baat hai
toh zara sambhal tu
hey sambhal ke chal tu
zara sambhal tu
sambhal ke chal tu
whoo le woo
u u u u u u
puraani yaad aa gayi
jawaani yaad aa gayi
puraani yaad aa gayi
jawaani yaad aa gayi
saamne aa
dekhe zamaana saara
saamne aa

Chhote Miyan toh chhote Miyaan
arre bade Miyaan kya kehna aa aa
Chhote Miyaan toh chhote Miyaan
ho bade Miyaan kya kehna
Ab bhi kisi se main kam nahin
isi dhokhe mein tu mat rehna

Yeh baat hai
Haan haan yeh baat hai
Yeh baat hai
Haan ji yeh baat hai
Zara sambhal tu
Sambhal ke chal tu
Zara sambhal tu
Sambhal ke chal tu

Whoo le wooo
puraani yaad aa gayi
jawaani yaad aa gayi
puraani yaad aa gayi
jawaani yaad aa gayi
saamne aa
dekhe zamaana saara
saamne aa

dekha meri lay toot gayi gayi gayi
dekha meri lay toot gayi gayi gayi
toone mujhe kyun chheda hai
aata nahin jin ko naachnaa
aata nahin jin ko naachnaa
kehte hain aangan tedha hai
aata nahin jin ko naachnaa
kehte hain aangan tedha hai

whoo le wooo
whoo le wooo
whoo le wooo

hahaha


This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day :

4271 Post No. : 15501

Four films in his debut year. An accomplishment that is not claimed by many other music directors. The year – 1966. And the films – ‘Thakur Jarnail Singh’, ‘Smuggler’, ‘Shera Daku’ and ‘Husn Aur Ishq’. And a sampler of hits from these films – the all time favorite “Hum Tere Bin Jee Na Sakenge Sanam”; the timeless Rafi Sb – Suman Kalyanour duet “Hum Jahaan Hai Wo Maqaam Husn Aur Ishq Hai”; the lilting Mukesh solo “Ae Mere Dil Teri Manzil”; the haunting Lata solo “Intezaar Ka Aalam, Tanhaai Aur Hum”; the racy cabaret number by Lata – “Dil Ka Lagaana Is Duniya Mein”. Songs all made memorable by the lilting tunes mixed with wonderful rhythm and orchestration – the music coming from the mind of Ganesh Prasad Sharma.

Remembering music director Ganesh – he passed away on 28th March, 2000. He was 58.

Ganesh Prasad Sharma, son of the venerable Ram Prasad Sharma, came on to the film scene in early 1960s, working along with the music director duo of Laxmikant Pyaarelal. He was the younger brother of Pyaarelal. His work accompanying his elder brother as and arranger and orchestration expert. As the word got around about his talent, and his ability to create attractive rhythm and orchestration arrangements, and by the middle of the decade he started getting assignments as independent music directors. The rush of assignments was such that he had to turn down some offers, right at the beginning of his career.

Over the years, however, despite creating some very wonderful music for films, his career did not really develop much beyond the initial euphoria. Around mid 1970s, after having composed music for almost 25 films, his career simply faded away. The general opinion is that Ganesh could not get away from the shadow of the more illustrious and successful team of Laxmi-Pyaare. Since he continued to work with L-P also, the quality and characteristics of the music of his own independent films never really stood out as distinct. The similarity between the two threads of music did not allow him to create a truly independent identity for himself.

Today, I present a duet song from the 1973 film ‘Ek Naari Do Roop’. The film is remembered for the iconic favorite in Rafi Sb’s voice – “Dil Ka Soona Saaz Taraana Dhoondega”. The film is produced by the famous BR Ishara under the banner of Co-Operative Pictures, Bombay, and is directed by Madhusudan. The cast of actors is listed as Shatrughan Sinha, Rashmi Dhawan, Mehmood (Junior), Iftekhar, Madan Puri, Nadira, Roopesh Kumar, Malika, Chaman Puri, Honey Chhaya, Sapru, Lalita Kumari, Maruti, Kaajal, Rajni, Moolchand, Qureshi, Ranveer Raj, Subhash, Master Sheru, Master Ratan, and Master Chiku, with a guest appearance by Asha Sachdev.

The film has five songs listed. Four of these songs are already showcased on our blog. Today we bring on board the fifth and final song of this film. The song is penned by Naqsh Lyallpuri. The singing voices are of Asha Bhosle and Kishore Kumar. On screen, the song is performed by Shatrughan Sinha and Rashmi Dhawan. The name Rashmi Dhawan is not very familiar as a heroine. Her name can be seen in just one more film ‘Mann Tera Tan Mera’ from 1971, which is also produced by BR Ishara. She had a side role in that film – the lead pair is listed as Anil Dhawan and Rehana Sultana. So apparently, ‘Ek Naari Do Roop’ is the only film of this actress as the heroine.

The song is picturised as a love song, with the protagonists expressing their feelings of first love for each other, in a beach scenario. Shatrughan has a very trim and fresh look in this film,

The post also rings in the Yippeee status for this film. The earlier four songs of this film have appeared in the blog as follows.

S.No.

Song Title Film Year Post No,

Post Date

1 Dil Ka Soona Saaz Taraana Dhoondhega Ek Naari Do Roop 1973 13 31-Jul-08
2 Mere Mann Pawan Sang Udd Chal Ek Naari Do Roop 1973 7771 28-Mar-13
3 Zindagi Mein Sada Muskuraate Raho Ek Naari Do Roop 1973 14830 8-Jan-19
4 Ham Hi Jaanen Ek Torey Manwa Ki Peer Ek Naari Do Roop 1973 15028 14-May-19

A very interesting thing to note here. The first song of this film, posted as far back as on 31st July, 2008, is the first teen song of our blog. And the film is the first teen film. What I mean is that this film made its debut as the 13th song on the blog, and also that it is the 13th film to appear on the blog. 🙂

And further, those were the days when the blog was still following ‘song-a-day’ convention. So it was also the 13th day for the blog. 🙂

Song – Tum Samjho To Achha Hai, Main Bolun To Kya Bolun (Ek Naari Do Roop) (1973) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics – Naqsh Lyallpuri, MD – Ganesh
Asha Bhosle + Kishore Kumar

Lyrics

hmmmm hmmmm hmmm
hmmm hmmm
hmmm hmmmmmm
aa ha ha ha ha

arey
chup kyon ho gayi
gaao naa

na
na
na
na
oohn hoon

tum samjho
to achha hai
main bolun
to kya bolun
tum samjho to achha hai
main bolun to kya bolun
bolo bolo bolo bolo bolo
tum se hi jawaani hai
ye duniya suhaani hai
meri jaan
tum ye kya jaano

kya keh rahin hain aap

tum samjho to achha hai
main bolun to kya bolun
arey tum samjho to achha hai
main bolun to kya bolun

ho ke dewwana main kaise luta
dil se mere tum ye poochho zara
ho ke dewwana main kaise luta
dil se mere tum ye poochho zara
kehta hai ye mera dil
meri hai yahi manzil
meri jaan tum ye kya jaano
tum bolo to achha ha
main bolun. . .
na na na
tum samjho to achha hai

dekha jo tumko ae mere sanam
meri jawaani ke behke kadam
oy hoy
dekha jo tumko ae mere sanam
meri jawaani ke behke kadam
pehle bhi mila saawan
bheega bhi nahin daaman
meri jaan tum ye kya jaano
tum samjho to achha hai
na
tum bolo to achha ha
main bolun to kya bolun

baahon mein le lo ye mehka badan
tum ho meri tumko jaane chaman
baahon mein le lo ye mehka badan
tum ho meri tumko jaane chaman
chheena hai
hazaaron se
maanga hai
bahaaron se
meri jaan tum ye kya jaano
tum bolo to achha ha
main bolun to kya bolun
bolo
bolo bolo bolo bolo bolo bolo
tum se hi jawaani hai
ye duniya suhaani hai
meri jaan
tum ye kya jaano

kya keh rahin hain aap
tum bolo to achha ha
main bolun to kya bolun

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हम्ममम हम्ममम हम्मम
हम्मम हम्मम
हम्मम हम्ममममम
आ हा हा हा हा

अरे चुप क्यों गईं
गाओ ना

ना
ना
ना
ना
ऊँ हूँ

तुम समझो
तो अच्छा है
मैं बोलूँ
तो क्या बोलूँ
तुम समझो तो अच्छा है
मैं बोलूँ तो क्या बोलूँ
बोलो बोलो बोलो बोलो बोलो
तुमसे ही जवानी है
ये दुनिया सुहानी है
मेरी जाँ
तुम ये क्या जानो

क्या कह रहीं हैं आप

तुम समझो तो अच्छा है
मैं बोलूँ तो क्या बोलूँ
अरे तुम समझो तो अच्छा है
मैं बोलूँ तो क्या बोलूँ

हो के दीवाना मैं कैसे लुटा
दिल से मेरे तुम ये पूछो ज़रा
हो के दीवाना मैं कैसे लुटा
दिल से मेरे तुम ये पूछो ज़रा
कहता है ये मेरा दिल
मेरी है यही मंज़िल
मेरी जाँ तुम ये क्या जानो
तुम बोलो तो अच्छा है
मैं बोलूँ॰ ॰ ॰
ना ना ना
तुम समझो तो अच्छा है

देखा जो तुमको ए मेरे सनम
मेरी जवानी के बहके कदम
ओय होय
देखा जो तुमको ए मेरे सनम
मेरी जवानी के बहके कदम
पहले भी मिला सावन
भीगा भी नहीं दामन
मेरी जाँ तुम ये क्या जानो
तुम समझो तो अच्छा है
ना
तुम बोलो तो अच्छा है
मैं बोलूँ तो क्या बोलूँ

बाहों में ले लो ये महका बदन
तुम हो मेरी तुमको जाने चमन
बाहों में ले लो ये महका बदन
तुम हो मेरी तुमको जाने चमन
छीना है
हजारों से
मांगा है
बहारों से
मेरी जाँ तुम ये क्या जानो
तुम बोलो तो अच्छा है
मैं बोलूँ तो क्या बोलूँ
बोलो
बोलो बोलो बोलो बोलो बोलो बोलो
तुमसे ही जवानी है
ये दुनिया सुहानी है
मेरी जाँ
तुम ये क्या जानो

क्या कह रहे हैं आप

तुम बोलो तो अच्छा है
मैं बोलूँ तो क्या बोलूँ


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Blog Day: 4270 Post No.: 15499

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No. 14
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In my personal opinion, “Namak Halaal”(1982) is one movie that had come at a critical juncture in the history of HFM and also in my personal life as well. 1982 was a time when the golden era of HFM was over. Songs and also movies were plainly becoming ridiculously rubbish. This was my personal opinion and many others shared this view.

But common people, what is often described as the LCD (Lowest common denominator) could not care less. This section of moviegoers, who are not much into thinngs like class, taste etc and are more into instant gratification loved whatever was being dished at that time.

And what was that ? That was disco. Most of them mindless, brainless kind of it. Standard formula of those days was to fill the movie with a few loud disco music where lyrics did not matter much. The lyricist only had to fit in a few arbitrary words including the word Disco, and the lyrics was done. Music director had an easier time. They only had to lift tunes of disco music from west. This lifting was shameless and blatant, without giving any credit to the original composer , and obviously without buying its rights.

The person who was almost singlehandedly responsible for this rot was Bappi Lahiri.

But Bappi Lahiri was not always like that. He started his career in mid 1970s and created some veryfine compositions. His music was so catchy that I often mistook his composition for R D Burman compositions, which is real high praise for a music director. It was he who composed such catchy and often iconic songs such as Chalte chalte mere ye geet yaad rakhna(Chalte Chalte)(1976), Aali re aali re Holi(Zakhmee)(1975), Pyaar maanga hai tumhi se(College Girl)(1978), Maana ho tum behad haseen (Toote Khilone) , Haan pahli baar ik ladki mera haath pakadkar (Aur Kaun), Hamse nazar to milaao (Ikraar), Tumhaaraa pyaar chaahiye mujhe jeene ke liye (Manokaamna) etc.

The problem with these tunes was that most of these tunes were class but these movies and its songs often went unnoticed. As a result, Bappi Lahiri’s career was going nowhere. So he finally decided that “to hell with class. I will compose music that sells.” So he started creating plagiarised disco songs. These songs were so popular that the entire music industy was forced to copy his disco music. And that sounded the death knell for the golden era of HFM.

Ironically, Bappi Lahiri kept producing some classy compositions even during the post Goolden era. My simple observation is that he did so when he used golden era singers in movies of golden era directors. On rest of the occasions, when mediocre producers and directors along with mediocre starcast was used, Bappi Lahiri would produce mediocre plagiarised music, and he would insist on giving playback for the hero in such movies.

“Namak Halaal”(1982) was directed by a golden era director namely Prakash Mehra. This movie, which was produced by Satyendra Pal for Chaudhary Enterprises, Bombay was a A grade movie with top stars of the day. Amitabh Bachchan was the hero. Others in the movie were Waheeda Rehman, Shashi Kapoor, Parveen Babi, Smita Patil, Satyen Kappu, Ashalata, Harish, Chandrashekhar, Dev Kumar, R S Chopra, Tuntun, Asha Chandra, Aazaad, Bob Cristo, Viju Khote, Jinder Walia, Nandita Thakur, Ram Sethi, Ranjeet Sood, Om Prakash, Ranjeet etc, with special appearances by Suresh Oberoi and Kamal Kapoor.

I had watched this movie by bunking my college (so what is new 🙂 ). Being a movie goer of high standards, I did not like the movie much. Having watched the movie, I went to the college the next day in what was the college recreation room which has facilities for indoor games like carrom board, TT etc. Some sports magazines were also available there.

There a few staff were playing carrom. While playing it, one of the staff, who had watched the movie, animatedly described the movie in glowing terms to his colleagues, leaving others suitably impressed and overwhelmed. He certainly made them eager to watch the song. I was listening to the discussion and I too got inflenced and realised that the movie was not all that bad that I had thought. This movie indeed was fun to watch. subsequently, I have watched parts of this movie and realised that this movie has some parts that have become all time classic scenes. For instance, there is this scene where hotel manager (played by Ranjeet) asks hairon Singh (played by Amitabh Bachchan) if he can speak English. The scene that follows can amuse movie goers even today. It is this movie that gave us a classic dialogue- “Moochhen ho to Nathhulal jaisi warna na hon.”

The movie had five songs in it. These songs had the golden era singers in it. Kishore Kumar sang for Amitabh Bachchan and his singing made all the difference. No one else could have sung these songs with so much energy, verve and midas touch. And the picturisation of these songs were fantastic. There are cases when poor picturisation destroys the effect of a great song. But that is not the case in this movie. all the songs have been picturised superbly. watching the picturisation of these songs is a highly entertaining and fulfilling experience.

Four of these songs have been covere in the past. Here are the details of the songs already covered in the blog:-

S N Song Song number in blog Date of posting
1 Pag ghunghroo baandh Meera naachi thi 143 11-Oct-2008
2 Jawaan jaaneman haseen dilruba 2364 27-Mar-2010
3 Raat baaqi baat baaqi 8622 1-Sep-2013
4 Thhodi si jo pee li hai 14951 23-Mar-2019

One can see that the previous song from the movie was covered more that one year ago. After covering that song, I had become aware that only one song from the movie remained. But this song was such a song that it deserved a befitting writeup, and that required time. And I for some reason or the other was not able to find time for a writeup.

So I kept dilly dallying and things kept getting delayed. Finally a time came when I was informed that “Namak Halaal”(1982) becomes eligible for the blog ten year challenge. I informed other potential writers- “Dont dare touch it. It is my song.” 🙂

So here I am, finally forced to bring thing song onboard in the blog.

This song “aaj rapat jaaye to hamen na uthhaiyo” is a rain song extraordinaire. And it becomes so because it had been sung with gusto by Kishore Kumar and Asha Bhonsle. It is difficult to think of any other singers who could have sung this song with this much aplomb.

The song was picturised on Amitabh Bachchan and Smita Patil as a rain song. In rain songs, the actors , especially the lady gets dangerously wet. This song is one of the most dangerously wet sari song of them all. We are aware of several occasions when censors have ordered that songs be deleted because they found the picturisation as objectionable. Some examples being Balmaa khuli hawaa mein (Kashmir Ki Kali) and Jaata kahaan hai deewaane sab kuchh yahaan hai sanam (CID). Censors found the depiction of the female character objectionable in these songs. So these songs were deleted from the movie. Only their audio remain. and I need not tell you how popular these songs are.

When I posted the previous song from the movie, which was Thhodi si jo pee li hai , and which happened to be posted on 3900th day of the blog, our beloved Khyati jee censured me as well as Sudhir jee.

Congratulations Atulji and team on reaching this milestone.
I am thinking what kind of spell ASAD is under recently? Aap nashe waali baat kar rahe ho, seedhe shaade Sudhurbhai pichkaari maarne ki baat kar rahe hai… Just concerned or rather worried. 😉
Regards
Khyati

My comment was:

Agla jo gaana bacha hua hai is movie ka, that will increase your anxiety about us even more. That song is- aaj rapat jaaye. 🙂 🙂

Khyati jee commented

That song should be played/posted behind the curtain. Bachhon pe bura asar padega. 😉

The picturisation of this song is indeed like that. Fortunately Indian censors had become more liberal since the days of 1950s and 1960s and this song passed muster with the censors. The fact that this movie was directed by a heavyweight diirector and starred the biggest star of the day, who also had strong political connections must have certainly helped.

So, here is this song, the fifth and final song from “Namak Halaal”(1982). as part of blog ten year challenge. With this song, all the songs of “Namak Halaal”(1982) have been covered and this movie thus joins the list of movies that have been YIPPEED in the blog.

Devnagri script lyrics are provided by Avinash Scrapwala, a person who keeps an eagle eye on “blog ten year challenge” opportunities. 🙂

Video

Audio

Song-Aaj rapat jaaye to hamen na uthhaiyyo (Namak Halal)(1982) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Bappi Lahiri

Lyrics

aaj rapat jaayen to hamen na uthhaiyyo
aaj phisal jaayen to hamen na uthhaiyyo
hamen jo uthhaiyo to o
hamen jo uthhaiyyo to
khud bhi rapat jaiyo
haan khud bhi phisal jaiyo
aaj rapat
aa ha aaj rapat jaayen to hamen na uthhaiyyo

barsaat mein thhi kahaan baat aisi
pehli baar barsi barsaat aisi
barsaat mein thhi kahaan baat aisi
pehli baar barsi barsaat aisi
kaisi ye hawa chali
ha
paani mein aag lagi
ha
jaane kya pyaas jagi re ae
bheega ye tera badan
ha
jagaaye meethi chubhan
ha
nashe mein jhume ye mann re
kahaan hoon main
mujhe bhi ye hosh nahin aa

ha ha ho ho ha ha ho ho
aaj behak jaayen to hosh na dilaiyo
aaj behak jaayen to hosh na dilaiyo
hosh jo dilaiyo to o
hosh jo dilaiyo to
khud bhi behak jaiyo
aaj rapat
aa ha aaj rapat jaayen to
hame na uthhaiyyo

baadal mein bijli baar baar chamke
dil mein mere aaj pehli baar chamke
baadal mein bijli baar baar chamke
dil mein mere aaj pehli baar chamke

haseena dari dari
ha
baahon mein simat gayi
ha
seene se lipat gayi re ae
tujhe to aaya maza
ha
tujhe to soojhi hansi
haa
meri to jaan phasi re
jaan e jigar kidhar chali
nazar churaa ke
aa ha ho ho ha ha o ho
baat ulajh jaaye to aaj na suljhaiyo
baat ulajh jaaye to aaj na suljhaiyo
baat jo suljhaiyo to o o
baat jo suljhaiyo to
khud bhi ulajh jaiyo

aaj rapat
aa ha aaj rapat jaayen to
hame na uthhaiyo

baadal se chham chham sharaab barse
saanwri ghata se shabaab barse
baadal se chham chham sharaab barse
ho saanwri ghata se shabaab barse
boondon ki baji paayal
ha
ghata ne chhedi ghazal
ha
ye raat gayi machal re ae
dilon ke raaz khule
ha
fiza mein rang ghule
ha
jawaan dil khulke miley re ae
hona thhaa jo hua wahi
abb darna kya
aa ha
o ho aa ha ho ho
aaj doob jaayen to hamen na bachaiyo
aaj doob jaayen to hamen na bachaiyo

hamen jo bachaiyo to o o
hamen jo bachaiyo to
khud bhi doob jaiyo
aaj rapat
aa ha aaj rapat jaayen to
hame na uthhaiyo
aaj phisal jaayen to hamen na uthhaiyo
aa ha
o ho
aa ha
o ho

——————————————–
Devnagri script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
———————————————
अरे अरे अरे
ना ना ना ना
ना ना ना ना आ

आज रपट जाएँ तो
हमें ना उठैय्यो
आज फिसल जाएँ तो
हमें ना उठैय्यो
हमें जो उठैय्यो तो ओ
हमें जो उठैय्यो तो
खुद भी रपट जैय्यो
हाँ
खुद भी फिसल जैय्यो
आज रपट
आ हा
आज रपट जाएँ तो
हमें ना उठैय्यो ओ

बरसात में थी कहाँ बात ऐसी
पहली बार बरसी बरसात ऐसी
बरसात में थी कहाँ बात ऐसी
पहली बार बरसी बरसात ऐसी
कैसी ये हवा चली
हाँ
पानी में आग लगी
हाँ
जाने क्या प्यास जगी रे ए
भीगा ये तेरा बदन
हा
जगाये मीठी चुभन
हा
नशे में झूमें ये मन रे ए
कहाँ हूँ मैं
मुझे भी ये होश नहीं आज

आ हा
ओ हो
आ हा
ओ हो
आज बहक जाएँ तो होश न दिलैय्यो
आज बहक जाएँ तो होश न दिलैय्यो
होश जो दिलैय्यो तो ओ ओ
होश जो दिलैय्यो तो
खुद भी बहक जैय्यो
आज रपट
आ हा
आज रपट जाएँ तो
हमें ना उठैय्यो ओ

बादल में बिजली बार बार चमके
दिल में मेरे आज पहली बार चमके
बादल में बिजली बार बार चमके
दिल में मेरे आज पहली बार चमके

हसीना डरी डरी
हा
बाहों में सिमट गयी
हा
सीने से लिपट गयी रे
तुझे तो आया मज़ा
हा
तुझे तो सूझी हंसी
हा
मेरी तो जान फँसी रे ए
जान जिगर किधर चली
नज़र चुरा के
आ हा
ओ हो
आ हा
ओ हो
बात उलझ जाए तो
आज ना सुलझैय्यो
बात उलझ जाए तो
आज ना सुलझैय्यो
बात जो सुलझैय्यो तो
खुद भी उलझ जैय्यो

आज रपट
आ हा
आज रपट जाएँ तो
हमें ना उठैय्यो ओ

बादल से छम छम
शराब बरसे
सांवरी घटा से
शबाब बरसे ए

बादल से छम छम
शराब बरसे ए
ओ सांवरी घटा से
शबाब बरसे ए

बूंदों की बजी पायल
हा
घटा ने छेदी ग़ज़ल
हा
ये रात गयी मचल रे ए
दिलों के राज़ खुले ए
हा
फिजा में रंग घुले ए
हा
जवान दिल खुलके मिले रे ए
होना था जो हुआ वही
अब डरना क्या
आ हा
ओ हो
आ हा
ओ हो
आज डूब जाए तो
हमें न बचैय्यो
आज डूब जाए तो
हमें न बचैय्यो

हमें जो बचैय्यो तो ओ ओ ओ ओ
हमें जो बचैय्यो तो
खुद भी डूब जैय्यो
आज रपट
आ हा
आज रपट जाएँ तो
हमें ना उठैय्यो
आज फिसल जाएँ तो
हमें ना उठैय्यो
आ हा
ओ हो
आ हा
ओ हो


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