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Blog Day: 4263 Post No.: 15490

“Deedaar”(1970) was produced and directed by Jugal Kishore. The movie had Dheeraj Kumar, Anjana Choudhary, Premendra, K N Singh, Badri Prasad, Wasi, Jay Shree T, Leela Mishra, Habib, Kumud, S N Tripathi etc in it.

The movie had seven songs in it. Three songs have been covered in the past.

Here is another song from “Deedaar”(1970) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Usha Khanna and Kishore Kumar. Verma Malik is the lyricist. Music is composed by Usha Khanna.

The song is picturised as a club dance/ cabarat dance song on Jayshree T and Dheeraj Kumar, with others looking on.


Peene se pilaane se(Deedaar)(1970) Singers-Usha Khanna, Kishore Kumar , Lyrics-Verma Malik, MD-Usha Khanna

Lyrics

Qasam hai tujhe mehfil ki
main naachoon tu pee
main naachoon tu

hic bili bili bappa ba ba bili bili bappa
ba ba ba billi billi bappa
ba ba ba billi billi bappa
ba ba ba billi billi bappa
hic
peene se pilaane se paimaane se maykhane se
begaane se zamaane se
tu bach bacha
tu bach bacha
peene se pilaane se
paimaane se maykhane se
begaane se zamaane se
tu bach bacha
tu bach bacha
hi

he jawaani mein kabhi kis kabhi kis kabhi kis
he he ho ho he he
javani mein kabhi kisi se aankh na lada
aankh lad jaaye bhi to dil na mila
hoo
dil mil jaaye bhi to shor na macha
meethhe-meethhe waadon pe tu sabko nacha

kyun
kyun kya
yahaan dil bhi bura hai dildaar bhi bura
ikraar bhi bura hai inkaar bhi bura
inkaar bhi bura

peene se pilaane se paimaane se mayakhaane se
begane se zamaane se tu bach bacha
tu bach bacha

bili bili bappa ba bappa
bili bili bappa ba bappa
bili bili bappa ba bappa bili bili bappa ba bappa

arre
arre dil de koi to
koi to
koi to
he he ho ho he he
arre dil de koi to dil tod do beshaq
aankh jo milaaye aankh phod do beshaq
hu hu
phool na miley to tahni mod do beshaq
buri duniya hai ise chhod do beshaq

kisliye
kisliye kya
nek naam bhi bura hai badnaam bhi bura
aagaaz bhi bura hai anjaam bhi bura
anjaam bhi bura
peene se pilaane se paimaane se mayakhane se
begaane se zamaane se
tu bach bacha
tu bach bacha

bili bili bappa ba bappa
bili bili bappa ba bappa
bili bili bappa ba bappa
bili bili bappa ba bappa

yeh duniya toh hai
hai
hai
heh heh ho ho he
yeh duniya toh hai paglon ka shehar
chaahta nahi koi kisi ki bhi khair
hi hi
ik haath dosti toh ik haath bair
upar se apne toh andar se gair

kaise
arre kaise kya
kaamyaab bhi bura hai naakaam bhi bura
mehfil bhi buri hai aur jaam bhi bura
jaam bhi bura
peene se pilaane se paimaane se maykhaane se
begaane se zamaane se
tu bach bacha
tu bach bacha
hey
peene se pilaane se paimaane se maykhaane se
begaane se zamaane se
tu bach bacha tu bach bacha
hic hic


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Blog Day :

4146 Post No. : 15312 Movie Count :

4218

Hullo Atuldom

24th November 2019 is the 75th birthday of Amol Palekar – the actor who played a common man or the boy next door character so convincingly that it jolted the audience when they saw him play a cold-blooded murderer in Vinod Chopra’s “Khamosh” (1985). He played a similar grey-shaded character in “Teesra Kaun” (1994) and “Aanchal” (1980). So, it is not as if he always stuttered in front of a strict boss as in “Golmaal” (1979), “Damaad” (1978), a person who is hyper worried that he will die of some grave illness, leaving his beautiful young wife grieving – “Meri Biwi Ki Shaadi” (1979) etc.

In between he also attempted playing a different kind of character in “Pyaasi Aankhen” (1983). At least that is what I have deduced from the video that is accompanying today’s song. To be truthful, I had never heard of this movie or its songs till I thought of writing this post. I have heard two songs from the movie and they seem to portray a different kind of Amol Palekar. The movie feels like it will be a heavy, 4-5 handkerchief movie, as tear-jerker movies used to be called back then. This movie was directed by Ram Kelkar who was essentially a screenplay/ dialogue/ script writer for many movies like “Piya Ka Ghar”, “aasha”, “Aap Ki Kasam” and many more successful films. On further googling information on Ram Kelkar we find that he has directed only one other movie- “Duniyadari” in 1977.

“Pyaasi Aankhen” had star cast of Waheeda Rehman- Shabana Azmi- Asha Sachdev- Amol Palekar- Om Prakash, with music by Usha Khanna. Indeevar and Rana Saheri (never heard this name) wrote the songs which were sung by Asha Bhonsle Usha Khanna and Kishore Kumar. This is all the information I could gather on the internet;

I would love to know what the story is and why there is a romantic number between Asha Sachdev and Amol Palekar. Also, I would love to know if Waheeda Rehman played his all sacrificing mother, who is an eye-sore for the haughty daughter-in-law played by Asha Sachdev (my assumption) as I found a song that preached the story of a son who plucks out the mother’s heart because the d-i-l asked for it.

I also found a dance number where Amol Palekar and Shabana have actually done a Bollywood-style folk number. We have always seen this pair in semi-serious avatar as in “Apne Paraye”, Kumar Sahani’s “Tarang” (an art film), and a few more (cannot recollect off-hand).

Today we have a lively song sung by Kishore Kumar and Usha Khanna. After seeing the video, I must admit Amol Palekar is a person with a sense of rhythm and moves well to the beats, he didn’t make a spectacle of himself. He is joined by Om Prakash, Sundar and Shabana and we see Waheeda Rehman being dragged into the dance towards the end. Asha Sachdev is seen enjoying herself. This song from a lesser known movie is a discovery for me.


Song-Kya chamatkaar hai tere ik baar ke deedaar mein (Pyaasi Aankhen)(1983) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Usha Khanna. Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Usha Khanna
Female chorus
Male chorus
All chorus

Lyrics

hey ae ae
ho o o o
h ooooooo ho ho
oooooo

he ae ae ae ae
ho ho oooooo

kya chamatkaar hai
tere ik baar ke deedaar mein
kya chamatkaar hai
tere ik baar ke deedaar mein
jogi jog chhad ke
aa gaye hain sansaar mein
jogi jog chhad ke
aa gaye hain sansaar mein
aaa aaaa aaaa aaaa
aaaaa aaaaa aaaaaa
aaaaa aaaaaaa

aankh banke tujh ko hi takta rahoon
galiyon mein teri bhatakta rahoon
aankh banke tujh ko hi takta rahoon
galiyon mein teri bhatakta rahoon
tere liye kaanton pe chalna toh kya
sooli pe hanske latakta rahoon
jogi jog chhad ke
aa gaye hain sansaar mein
jogi jog chhad ke
aa gaye hain sansaar mein
ho ho ho ho
oo

aaaaaaa aaaaa
ho ho ho ho ho ho
aaaaaaa aaaaa

maangoon mein rab se wafaayein teri
yun hi sunta rahoon bas sadaayein teri
maangoon mein rab se wafaayein teri
yun hi sunta rahoon bas sadaayein teri
jo lakha kitaabaan sikha na sakin
sikha gayin woh mujhko adayien teri
jogi jog chhad ke
aa gaye hain sansaar mein
jogi jog chhad ke
aa gaye hain sansaar mein

jogi
jogi
jog chhad ke
jog chhad ke
aa aye hain sansaar mein
jogi
jogi
jog chhad ke
jog chhadke
aa aye hain sansaar mein

pyaar ke ae ae
naam par
maine pooja tujhe
har moorat mein ae ae
maine toh dekha tujhe

pyaar ke naam par maine pooja tujhe
har moorat mein maine toh dekha tujhe
teri khushi par vaaroon apni khushi
jo pyaara tujhe woh hai pyaara mujhe
jogi jog chhad ke

he aa gaye hain sansaar mein
jogi jog chhad ke
aa gaye hain sansaar mein
kya chamatkaar hai
tere ik baar ke deedaar mein
jogi jog chhad ke
aa gaye hain sansaar mein
jogi jog chhad ke
aa gaye hain sansaar mein

ye baat hai
o zara jam ke
o zara khul ke
he turr
haan
hoye hoye hoye hoye
hey hey
ye baat hai
zara imaandaari se
arre baja baja
aha
ha
ha ha
ha ha


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