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Blog Day : 4018 Post No. : 15126

Throughout the year, this blog notes anniversaries of various artistes. We celebrate their birth anniversaries, we remember, and observe with respect, their death anniversaries.

We occasionally also celebrate birthdays of Atulites here.

But there is one date that we all celebrate every year with a lot of love.

And that is this blog’s own birthday.

Yes, today, the 19th of July is the birthday of this blog.

This is the date, 11 years ago, that Atul, who started this blog, posted its very first song “mile na phool to kaanton se dosti kar li”. A beautiful song, written by Kaifi Azmi saab, composed by Roshan, and rendered in Rafisaab’s voice.

What an auspicious start to the blog!

Since then, now a veteran of over 15000 songs, this blog continues to go strong, adding more treasures to its already abundant treasure-chest, and attracting visitors from around the globe.

At last count, the number of hits on the blog was close to 12 million!

Clearly, this blog has established itself as the go-to source for HFM lovers, especially those interested in accurate song lyrics, and with a desire to engage themselves also with a write-up associated with the song.

Over these years, starting as a one-song-a-day blog, it has evolved into multiple-songs-a-day, with a whole lot of features added to it over this period of time.

During the course of this journey, another very important development (at least for some of us here), is the formation of this group called Atulites.

It is nothing fancy as such. Atul started this journey 11 years ago, and there have been many who have visited the blog and enjoyed its content. But a few of us, have been regulars here over the years, either writing comments, or posts. We have developed a bond over the years, thanks to the blog. Many of us have had an opportunity to meet each other in person. Since it all started with Atul, we call ourselves Atulites. 🙂

As someone who has known this blog from day one, it is a great joy for me to see this blog now complete 11 years.

I’ve said this many times – but I will say it again – this blog is unlike any other blog out there. Most blogs don’t last beyond a few months or years. And even then, the posting on these blogs is sporadic. Maybe a post every few weeks, or even months.

This is mainly because it takes a lot of effort and time to post regular content on a blog. Yes, if it’s earning significant money for the author, or promotes him or her in any way, that might be motivation to keep posting. But otherwise, it loses steam, and ends up neglected.

Here, Atul has ensured that this blog has posts almost every single day since it was started. Sure, there have been the odd days without posts, but these have been very few over this 11-year period. This is truly remarkable – and is a testament to Atul’s dedication and discipline.

We must remember, and stress here, that this blog is a “labour of love” for Atul. Had it been a commercial venture, one can understand so much time and effort spent on it. But for Atul, it has just been his passion and love that has kept the blog going for all this while, with daily updates.

I must add here that, in the last few years, Atul has been helped in this process by the one and only Sudhir ji. Together they form a great team, ensuring the blog is always buzzing.
I can’t thank both of them enough for what they do for the blog.

Then there are the other contributors also who enrich the blog greatly by their contributions. Arunji is the first name that comes to mind, but there is a whole host of others – they know who they are. 🙂 Everyone has contributed in his, or her, own way to the blog.

All in all, it has been a wonderful 11-year journey. I am very glad to have been part of it, to have learnt so many songs I’d never heard before, and to have met so many wonderful people, thanks solely to this blog.

So a big thank you to Atul for this.

Even as I type this, it has just struck me that the IPL also started in 2008. The final was played on 1st June 2008 – and this blog started on 19th July 2008. I wonder whether there is a connection. Did the IPL inspire Atul to start this blog? 🙂

Now, quickly avoiding the brickbats coming my way for posing that last question, am moving on to the song for today.

I wanted a fun, lively, song because it is a happy occasion.

And, as usual, I went looking for a song from the era I am most comfortable with, while hunting for songs. That is, the 1970s. Often I come across a song that might not have been all that famous, but is special to me because I remember it from that time, and it brings back memories.

Today’s song is one such. It is from the film Dharkan (1972).

Now this film is one I distinctly remember seeing in my childhood. I remember liking it a lot too at that time. It had a different type of storyline.

From what I remember, the story was about a man travelling with his friend by train, to meet another long-lost friend (who happens to be very rich). This friend in the train gets greedy and kills this man. He then poses as him, and meets the long-lost friend, hoping to swindle him of his wealth. Of course, he needs to be careful not to get exposed.

I don’t remember the details now, but after some initial success, he begins to arouse suspicions about his identity.

The picturisation of this song reflects one such situation. As we can see, Helen and Sanjay Khan are taunting Roopesh Kumar, hinting to him that they know what he has done.

I need to see this film again – though it’s quite possible I might not like it now. 🙂 It happens sometimes that you see a film that you’d last seen decades ago – and it doesn’t have the same appeal anymore.

The moment I heard this song though, I immediately remembered the movie. It is classic Asha Bhosle, though the composer is not RD Burman, but Ravi. I remember this song very well from that time, though I’m not sure if it was popular then. The most popular song of this film was “main to chala, jidhar chale rasta” (which has already been posted here). This is the second song of the film to be posted here.

The video ends a bit abruptly, so the audio is included.

I hope you enjoy this song.

Here’s wishing the blog a very happy birthday – and many more to come.

Video

Audio

Song-Jab toone kuchh na kiya (Dhadkan)(1972) Singers-Manna Dey, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Prem Dhawan, MD-Ravi
Both
Chorus

Lyrics

Paisa
Pa pa pa paisa
Daulat
Sa sa sa daulat
Haasil karne ke liye
Paap
Hahaha
Dhokha
Hohoho
Chhal
Ha
Fareb
Ha
Khoon
Lekin…
Jab toone kuchh na kiya
Kyun daraa daraa sa hai
Deewaane kyun daraa daraa sa hai

Kyun daraa daraa sa hai
Deewaane kyun daraa daraa sa hai

Jab toone kuchh na kiya
Kyun daraa daraa sa hai
Deewaane kyun daraa daraa sa hai

Kyun daraa daraa sa hai
Deewaane kyun daraa daraa sa hai

Waise to
Sab kuchh
Dekha hai
Duniya ki mehfil mein

Lekin
Aha
Koi bhi
Oho
Jaane na
Aha
Kiske kya hai dil mein
Ho
Kaun bhala yahaan kaun buraa hai

O ho ho
Kaatil hai kaun yahaan kisko pataa hai
O ho ho
Kaun bhala yahaan kaun buraa hai
Kaatil hai kaun yahaan kisko pataa hai

O ho
Chehre ka tere kyun rang udaa hai
Hahahahahahahaha
Jab toone ae ae ae
kuchh na kiya aa
Kyun daraa daraa sa hai
Deewaane kyun daraa daraa sa hai

Kyun daraa daraa sa hai
Deewaane kyun daraa daraa sa hai

Hai jhootha to
Arrey jhootha hai
Kab tak
asli roop chhupaayega

khooni to
aha
khooni hai
oho
ek din
aha
pakda hi jaayega
O o
phool jo todaa toone phir wo khila hai

ohoho
Diya bujhaaya tha jo phir wo jalaa hai
Phool jo todaa toone phir wo khila hai
Diya bujhaaya tha jo phir se jalaa hai

Tera hi kaal tere saamne khadaa hai

Jab toone kuchh na kiya
haa
Kyun daraa daraa sa hai
Deewaane kyon daraa daraa sa hai ae

Kyun daraa daraa sa hai
Deewaane kyon daraa daraa sa hai

Paisa
Pa pa pa paisa
Daulat
Sa sa sa daulat
Haasil karne ke liye
Paap
Hahaha
Dhoka
Hohoho
Chhal
Ha
Fareb
Ha
Khoon

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Blog Day : 3857 Post No. : 14870

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Blog ten year challenge (2009-2019)- Song number 5
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Today is 8 february 2019. When I looked back at the movies whose songs were covered in the blog ten years ago on 8 february 2009, I found that seven songs from seven different movies were covered on that day. Six of these movies have been YIPPEED by now. The only movie, which still has a few songs left to be covered in the blog is “Gomti Ke Kinaatre”(1972).

“Gomti Ke Kinaare”(1972) was directed by Sawan Kumar for Mercury Productions, Bombay. This “social” movie had Meena Kumari, Mumtaz, Sameer, Rehman, Agha, Helen, Paintal, Asit Sen, Shyama, Chandrima Bhaduri, Tuntun, Daisy Irani, Master Alankar, Randheer, Sultan Mazhar, Manorama, Rajan Haksar, Nasreen, Lalita Kumari, Madhu, Aarti, Kamal, I S Johar etc in it, with special appearances by Jalal Agha and Mukri.

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

This song is sung by Manna Dey and Asha Bhonsle. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.

The so0ng is picturised on Agha and Helen. It appears to be a fantasy song where Agha has a Jin of Alladin Chirag. The Jin, on the wishes of Agha makes Helen appear to perform a dance. That is my understanding of the picturisation of this song. I request our knowledgeable readers to tell us what is happening in this song.

The movie hade its debut in the blog on this day in 2009 when I was based at Jabalpur. Next song was posted in 2011 when I was based at Nagpur, and the third song was posted in 2017 when I was based at Izatnagar, Bareilly. Now I am covering the fourth song from the movie while I am based at another new place.

The movie has another song left in it. Have no fear. Now that I am aware that only one song is left in this movie, I will cover the song without waiting to get transferred to another place. 🙂


Song-Arre lag gaya re lag gaya (Gomti Ke Kinaare)(1972) Singers-Manna Dey, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

arre lag gaya re lag gaya
pot pot pot pot pot pot pot pot
pot pot
pot pot
jackpot
jackpot

tarse jisko dil
mere haath lag gaya
pyaar ki race mein
jackpot lag gaya
saare jahaan se kaho o o
dilbar kahin ka bhi ho o o
mahboob mera hai wo
saare jahaan se kaho o o o o
dilbar kahin ka bhi ho
mahboob mera hai wo
tarse jisko dil
mere haath lag gaya
pyaar ki race mein
jackpot lag gaya
ha

ho o o
o o o o
main hoon tumhaare hi dil mein
u u u u
main hoon tumhaari nazar mein
u u u u
chaahe rahoon main kahi bhi ee
har roop mein hoon tumhari
har rang mein hoon tumhaari ee
ya jaaneman ya habibi

tarse jisko dil
lalalala
mere haath lag gaya
lalalalala
pyaar ki race mein
jackpot lag gaya

chalna mera koi dekhe
lalalala
doloon jo angdaayi leke
lalalala
naache ye saara zamaana aa aa
chhalkaaun main dil ke pyaale
jo ik nazar mujh pe daale ae
kar doon main usko deewaana

tarse jisko dil
taratatata
mere haath lag gaya
taratatata
pyaar ki race mein
jackpot lag gaya
ha aa aa


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Blog Day :

3731 Post No. : 14676 Movie Count :

4011

Missing Films of 1960s – 79
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The 1960s missing films train continues to chug along. 🙂

In this episode, we bring on board a very obscure film from 1964 – ‘Teen Dost’. The film itself is quite forgotten and the songs of this film are quite a rarity. So far only one record of this film has appeared in public domain, meaning only two songs of this film are available, out of the five songs listed in the Geet Kosh.

The film is directed by Joseph Taliath, for a banner which is simply named as Talkies, from Madras. The available list of actors is very limited – Anand, Hemlata, Ashokan, Kamini, and Ramdas. All songs of this film are written by Prem Dhawan, and the music is composed by TR Papa – a name that is completely obscure, and appears for the first time on our blog.

An exchange between lovers. No video clips are available. I request other knowledgeable friends and readers, who may have seen this film, to please add more information if available, about this song and this film.

A lively song, listen and enjoy.

Song – Ho Gayi Baalma, Re Mein Tori Baalma  (Teen Dost) (1964) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Manna Dey, Lyrics – Prem Dhawan, MD – TR Papa

Lyrics

ho gayi baalma
re main tori baalma
haaye tu ne kiya mera dil chori baalma
haan ho gayi baalma
re main tori baalma
haaye tu ne kiya mera dil chori baalma

kitni hi baaten kehna chaahoon re..ae..ae
lekin na main tujh se keh paaun re..ae..ae
kitni hi baaten kehna chaahoon re..ae..ae
lekin na main tujh se keh paaun re..ae..ae
dil dena jaanoon main
ye kyonkar maanun main
o gori chhod ke aa ja oonche mehlon ko
ho gayi baalma
re main tori baalma
haaye tu ne kiya mera dil chori baalma

tu zara dekh hamen bol ke
jaan bhi de den tere pyaar mein
dildaar badh ke hum se jaanemann
na mil sakega ji sansaar mein
na hum ko yun tadpa
na mujh ko yun bharma
mann kyon tujh se ghabraaye
main kya boloon zaalma
ho gayi baalma
re main tori baalma
haaye tu ne kiya mera dil chori baalma
ho gayi baalma
re main tori baalma
haaye tu ne kiya mera dil chori baalma

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हो गई बालमा
रे मैं तोरी बालमा
हाए तूने किया मेरा दिल चोरी बालमा
हाँ हो गई बालमा
रे मैं तोरी बालमा
हाए तूने किया मेरा दिल चोरी बालमा

कितनी ही बातें कहना चाहूँ रे॰॰ए॰॰ए
लेकिन ना मैं तुझसे कह पाउन रे॰॰ए॰॰ए
कितनी ही बातें कहना चाहूँ रे॰॰ए॰॰ए
लेकिन ना मैं तुझसे कह पाउन रे॰॰ए॰॰ए
दिल देना जानूँ मैं
ये क्योंकर मानूँ मैं
ओ गोरी छोड़ के आ जा ऊंचे महलों को
हो गई बालमा
रे मैं तोरी बालमा
हाए तूने किया मेरा दिल चोरी बालमा

तू ज़रा देख हमें बोल के
जान भी दे दें तेरे प्यार में
दिलदार बढ़ के हम से जानेमन
ना मिल सकेगा इस संसार में
ना हमको यूं तड़पा
ना मुझको यूं भरमा
मन क्यों तुझसे घबराए’
मैं क्या बोलूँ ज़ालमा
हो गई बालमा
रे मैं तोरी बालमा
हाए तूने किया मेरा दिल चोरी बालमा
हो गई बालमा
रे मैं तोरी बालमा
हाए तूने किया मेरा दिल चोरी बालमा


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Blog Day : 3532 Post No. : 14187

“Anokhi Ada”(1973) was produced and directed by Kundan Kumar for Kundan Films, Bombay. The movie had Jeetendra, Rekha, Vinod Khanna, Mehmood, Padma Khanna, Nazeer Hussain, Manmohan Krishn, Kanhaiyya Lal, Brahmchaari, Praveen Pal, Keshav Rana, Sanjana, Shetty, Abhimanyu Sharma, Narbada Shankar, Anand Joshi, Deenanath, Ajit Soni, Bihari, Vijendar Bannerji etc with guest appearances by Manmohan and Jeevan.

The movie had five songs in it. Four of these songs were covered in the blog. Here are the details of these four songs:-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Haal kya hai dilon ka 146 12-Oct-08
Tere dil me zara si jagah agar mile 409 19-Dec-08
Sundari aay haay sundari 421 21-Dec-08
Ho gayi gum gayi gum gayi gum gayi 14179 18-Mar-18

Here is the fifth and final song from “Anokhi Ada”(1973) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Manna Dey and Asha Bhonsle. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

This song is picturised on Mehmood and Padma Khanna. I have not watched the movie so I have no idea what is going on in the picturisation. My guess is that this song is past of a comic side plot of the movie where Mehmood eats a tablet to become younger but ends up becoming older. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of the song.

With this song, “Anokhi Ada”(1973) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Jawaani tera bolbaala (Anokhi Ada)(1973)Singers-Manna Dey, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics- Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Chorus

jawaani
jawaani
jawaani
jawaani
jawaani tera bolbaala
budhaape tera munh kaala
jawaani tera bolbaala
budhaape tera munh kaala
haaye
wo bhi kya din thhe
jab hum haseen thhe
jawaan thhe
mast bana deta thha hamko
paani ka ik pyaala
jawani tera bolbaala
budhaape tera munh kaala

kya ho gaye re saanwariya
wo baal kaale kaale
kya ho gaye re saanwariya
wo baal kaale kaale
dekhe nahin jaate re sainya
ye gaal dheele dhaale
wo roop rang saajan
kisne utaar daala

jawaani tera bolbaala
budhaape tera munh kaala

chaaha thha jawaan hoke main
har naari ko sunder dekhoon
jo chehra dikhe na baahar
main parde ke andar dekhoon
is liye khaayi thhi goli
lekin ye kisko khabar thhi
wo zaalim goli kar degi
yoon mera deewaala
jawaani tera bolbaala
budhaape tera munh kaala

chaahe to jatan main kar doon
aaja balamwa pyaaare
chaahe to jatan main kar doon
aaja balamwa pyaare
garwa mere lag lag ke
phir se jawaan ho jaa re
ye sir ka baal sajna
ho jaaye phir se kaala

jawaani tera bolbaala
budhaape tera munh kaala
jawaani tera bolbaala
budhaape tera munh kaala


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Blog Day : 3513 Post No. : 14113

“Miss India”(1957) was directed by I S Johar for Rawal Pictures, Bombay. This movie had Nargis, Pradeep Kumar, Nishi, Shammi, Tuntun, Sheela Vaz, Minoo Mumtaz, I S Johar, Pran etc in it.

Mr. K Satish Shenoy, while writing about an earlier song of this movie had given the story of this song. Here is what he had to say about the movie:-

The movie “Miss India” is not about a beauty contest winner. The movie refers to the leading lady as “Miss India”, because the character is about an educated, self reliant, righteous young lass who fights for her rights, against injustice and comes out a winner.

Nargis graduates as a lawyer. Her father puts out a matrimonial advt asking for a match for the educated lady without expecting dowry. An imposter (Pradeep Kumar) marries her & absconds, abandoning her, & taking away her jewellery. She comes to the city, in search of him, & to reform him & continue her married life (& not to catch him & punish him- –after all she is a Bhararatiya Naari ! 🙂 .

After few fruitless days she finds him, but he is unable to recognise her (since he ran away without lifting her ‘ghoongat’.! –That is typical Bollywood!). At this point she befriends him in the guise of a young lad, so as to buy time to reform him. This disguise also helped her find a job.

To cut a long story short, she manages to make him realise his misdeeds and in the end they unite. In the final scenes there is a court case where all riddles are resolved and judge notes the trouble Nargis has gone through and says she is a role model and should be referred to as “Miss India”!!

“Miss India”(1957) had ten songs in it. Nine of them have been covered in the past. Here are the details of the songs that have already been covered:-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

O mere sajnaa aaja re aaja (Miss India) 1785 22-Aug-09
Aaha badla zamaana waah waah badla zamaana (Miss India) 1913 13-Sep-09
Jaise ko taisaa nahle pe dahlaa (Miss India) 2574 2-Jul-10
Jaaun main kahaan ye zameen ye aasmaan chhod ke (Miss India) Multiple version song 3311 9-Dec-10
Baad e saba kuchh to bata (Miss India) 10200 2-Sep-14
Albela main ik dilwaala (Miss India) 11620 1-Dec-15
Thhokar naseeb ki jo khaa kar bhi muskuraaye (Miss India) 13463 23-Jul-17
Gori zara mukhde se ghoonghat hataao na (Miss India) 14107 28-Feb-18

Here is the tenth and final song from “Miss India”(1957). The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Manna Dey. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by S D Burman.

Only the audio of this song appears to be available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.

Though the singers, lyricist and music director are all legends and they all have had long and distinguished careers, but it may surprise some to know that this is the only Manna Dey-Asha Bhonsle duet created by the lyricist-MD combination of Rajinder Krishan and S D Burman. In fact, Rajinder Krishna and S d Burman worked together only in five movies. This movie was the last occasion when the came toether in a movie.

With this song, “Miss India”(1957) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Maalik ne haath kaahe do do diye (Miss India)(1957) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Manna Dey, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-S D Burman
Male chorus
Female chorus
Both
All

Lyrics

maalik ne haath kaahe do do diye
tu kaam kare pet bhare jab tak jiye
maalik ne haath kaahe do do diye
tu kaam kare pet bhare jab tak jiye

he he he
malik ne haath kaahe do do diye
tu kaam kare pet bhare jab tak jiye
hey hey hey
hey hey hey hey hey hey
hey hey hey hey hey hey
hey

uthhaaye ja o chhokri
ye zindagi ki tokri

uthhaaye ja o chhokri
ye zindagi ki tokri

rozi halaal ki
mehnat ki naukri
rozi halaal ki
mehnat ki naukri

khaana haraam hai jo mile bina kaam kiye
maalik ne haath kaahe do do diye
tu kaam kare pet bhare jab tak jiye

he he he
maalik ne haath kaahe do do diye
tu kaam kare pet bhare jab tak jiye
hey hey hey
hey hey hey hey hey hey
hey hey hey hey hey hey
hey

rookhi sookhi khaayenge
paseena bahaayenge

rookhi sookhi khaayenge
paseena bahaayenge

kaahe kisi ki ghulaami uthhaayenge
kaahe kisi ki ghulaami uthaayenge
banda jo apni kamaai ki khaaye piye
maalik ne haath kaahe do do diye
tu kaam kare pet bhare jab tak jiye

he he he
maalik ne haath kaahe do do diye
tu kaam kare pet bhare jab tak jiye
hey hey hey
hey hey hey hey hey hey
hey hey hey hey hey hey
hey

zaroorat hai car ki
na resham ke taar ki
zaroorat hai car ki
na resham ke taar ki

pahli bhookh pet ki
dooji hai pyaar ki

pahli bhookh pet ki
dooji hai pyaar ki

mehnat ke baad chalen haathon mein haath liye
hey
haathon mein haath liye

maalik ne haath kahe do do diye
tu kaam kare pet bhare jab tak jiye
hey hey hey
hey hey hey hey hey hey
hey hey hey hey hey hey
hey


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 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.

Today’s Shiv Bhajan is for the 4th Shraavan Monday – as celebrated in south, west and some eastern states of India. This bhajan is from film ‘Shuk Rambha’ (1953), made by Chandrakala Pictures and is produced and directed by Dhirubhai Desai. The lead actors were Anjali Devi (from south) and Bharat Bhushan. In the cast of this film, you will find a name Rajkumar. Most ‘knowledgeable’ sites and writers treat this actor same as the famous dialogue master Raaj Kumar ‘Jaani’. However, this is not correct. This Rajkumar is different.
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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.

We in this blog had two new resolutions and I had decided to stick to them as long as I can. One was to introduce a “new” movie daily and another was to to close the account of another movie by YIPPying it.

We are in may 2017, and both these resolutions have finally seen breaks. For instance, there was no YIPPEE song on 13 may 2017, a day that had only one post, a post that introduced a “new” song. The string on YIPPEE posts was in fact broken a few days earlier on 6 may itself when I posted a song that I thought was YIPPYing its movie but I was wrong. The “new” post string had got broken a while ago.
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“Begaana”(1963) was produced and directed by Sadashiv Rao Kavi for Sadashiv Chitra, Bombay. The movie had Dharmendra, Supriya Chaudhary, Shailesh Kumar, Madhavi, Tarun Bose, Agha, Badri Prasad, Manorama, Mirza Mushsarraf, Chandrima Bhaduri, Rajan Haksar and Master Babloo etc in it.
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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.

Today (14 december 2016) happens to be Raj Kapoor’s birth anniversary and Shailendra’s death anniversary. We all know that Raj Kapoor and Shailendra worked together in lots of movies beginning from “Barsaat”(1949) and ending with “Mera Naam Joker”(1970) and all these had music by Shankar Jaikishan. We in this blog discuss a song only once, we have discussed all the songs in almost all these Raj Kapoor movies. In fact, the only Raj Kapoor, Shailendra, Shankar Jaikishan combination movie which is not yet YIPPEED is “Mera Naam Joker”(1970).
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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 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.

This song is from the film Pehli Raat-59. This patently Tear- Jerker film was made by A.A.Nadiyadwala’s Pushpa Pictures and it was directed by P.L.Santoshi who, once upon a time used to be a man with a Magic Wand. Ravi was the music director. Majrooh Sultanpuri was the lyricist. This duet is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Manna Dey. The cast of the film was Sohrab Modi, Nimmi, Rehman, Nanda, Sudesh Kumar, Lalita Pawar, Johnny Walker etc.
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This blog discusses Bollywood songs of yesteryears. Every song has a brief description, followed by a video link, and complete lyrics of the song.

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