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4374 Post No. : 15714

Hullo Atuldom

“Waqt Ki Deewaar” is a 1981 release. It had Neetu Singh, Sulakshana Pandit, Jeetendra, Pran, Kadar Khan, Amjad Khan, Satyen Kappu, Paintal, Preeti Ganguly etc.

There was one other important actor in the cast. An actor who didn’t have a ‘set image’ in Bollywood. He could fit into any role he signed up for. He has played father, father-in-law, boyfriend, etc to Jaya (Bachchan) Bhadhuri. We are talking of Sanjeev Kumar here. Born Harihar Jethalal Jhariwala in 1938, he made his debut in 1960 with a small role in “Hum Hindustani”. His first film as a protagonist was “Nishaan” which came in 1965. On the road to becoming an actor-star who could be banked upon to play any character that he was given, we have seen him play Dilip Kumar’s brother in the 1968 released “Sanghursh” and friend to Shammi Kapoor in “Sachchaai” (1969).

He was the preferred actor for all producers and directors of South Indian film industry when they had remake plans of films that were successful in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada etc. So we saw him in “Khilona” which was made from Tamil and he played the role that Sivaji Ganesan played in the original. He has apprised roles played by NT Rama Rao (Telugu) in “Takkar” “Shrimaan Shrimati”, Dr. Rajkumar (Kannada) in “Shaandaar” etc. Who can forget “Naya Din Nayi Raat” which had him play 9 different characters. He was given lead roles by South Indian film makers even as we saw him play father to Amitabh and Shashi Kapoor or supporting roles in “Zabardast”, “Silsila”, “Hero”, “Sawaal” etc.
We were regaled to wonderful comedy by this versatile actor in “Angoor”, “Pati Patni Aur Woh”, “Hero”, “Biwi O Biwi”, “Seeta Aur Geeta” etc. At the same time he was there in Satyajit Ray’s “Shatranj Ke Khiladi” playing a chess-obsessed citizen of Lucknow.

He has been romantically paired with most of the heroines in the movies of those times- be it Moushumi, Sharmila, Hema Malini, Rakhee, Rekha, Nutan, Mala Sinha, Tanuja and even Waheeda Rehman. We have seen him in two-hero movies too like with Shashi Kapoor in Mukti, Jeetendera in Khilona, Waqt Ki Deewar, Dharti Kahe Pukar ke, Faraar with Amitabh Bachchan, Bereham with Shatrughan Sinha.

Let us enjoy this two-hero song and think of this super actor and see him smile and charm the audience. The song is sung by Kishore Kumar and Mohd. Rafi. It is written by Anjaan and Laxmi -Pyare are the music composers. We have Jayshree T and Sulakshna Pandit adding to the glamour quotient and Amjad Khan plotting his next move.


Audio (Full)

Song-Ae yaar teri yaari hamen jaan se hai pyaari (Waqt Ki Deewaar)(1981) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Rafi, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
Both

Lyrics(Based on audio link)

ae yaar teri yaari
humein jaan se hai pyaari
ae yaar teri yaari
humein jaan se hai pyaari
teri yaari pe
teri yaari pe jaan luta denge
luta denge
luta denge
tere saath hai marna jeena
jahaan tera girega paseena aa
tere saath hai marna jeena
jahaan tera girega paseena
hum paseene pe
hum paseene pe khoon bahaa denge
bahaa denge
bahaa denge

ae yaar teri yaari
humein jaan se hai pyaari ee
ae yaar teri yaari

yoon raah mein chalte chalte
koi yaar nahin ban jaataa
yoon raah mein chalte chalte ae
koi yaar nahin ban jaataa

lagta hai ke tera mera
lagta hai ke tera mera
koi pichhle janam ka hai naata
woh yaar hai jo dukh baante
teri raahon se chunke kaante
woh yaar hai jo dukh baante
teri raahon se chunke kaante
tere kadmon pe
tere kadmon pe phool bichhaa denge,
bichhaa denge
bichhaa denge

ae yaar teri yaari
humein jaan se hai pyaari
ae yaar teri yaari

hum saath hon jis mehfil mein
hum par dil haare duniya
hum saath hon jis mehfil mein,
hum par dil haare duniya
teri meri yaari ko
teri meri yaari ko,
hai rasste nihaare duniya

duniya toh kisi din chhoote,
yaari marke na toote
duniya toh kisi din chhoote,
yaari marke na toote
ye zamaane ko
ye zamaane ko ek din bataa denge,
batadenge, batadenge
ae yaar teri yaari
humein jaan se hai pyaari
ae yaar teri yaari

moorat hai sachhaai ki tu,
baaki saara jag hai dhokha
moorat hai sachhaai ki tu
baaki saara jag hai dhokha

tujhpe hai bharosa jitna
tujhpe hai bharosa jitna
utna na khuda pe hoga
teri oar jo aankh uthhaaye
tujhse jo kahin takraaye
teri oar jo aankh uthaaye
tujhse jo kahin takraaye
saari duniya mein
saari duniya mein aag laga denge
laga denge
laga denge
ae yaar teri yaari
humein jaan se hai pyaari
ae yaar teri yaari
hamen jaan se hai pyaari
teri yaari pe
teri yaari pe jaan luta denge,
luta denge
luta denge
ae yaar teri yaari


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Blog Day :

4054 Post No. : 15186 Movie Count :

4172

Hullo To all in Atuldom

A very happy Janmashtami or Gokulashtami or Sri Krishna Jayanthi as it is called in the various parts of the country. It is celebrated with a lot of prasads, bhajans and jagrans (in some regions). Jagran means keeping awake. The thought behind this is that Lord Krishna was born in the dead of the night so the devotees keep vigil till that hour. As per mythology it was raining heavily at the time of the Lord’s birth and most of the country is having a good monsoon at this point.

The Srimad Bhagwat Puraan says- at birth the Lord was transported, hidden inside a basket by his father Vasudev, to the house of Nand in Gokul, across a swollen Yamuna. (As if in anticipation of the lord there is a flood alert along the banks of the river Yamuna this year.) The Lord grew up in the loving care of Nand and his wife Yashoda. His baal-leelas (playful pastimes as a child) are described in the 10th Canto of the Srimad Bhagwat Puraan. One of the acts described in great detail is ‘maakhan chori‘ – how the lord Loved to reach out to the pots of curds, milk and butter that used to be hung up in the kitchens of Gokul.

Today’s song shows the day 2 of the Janmashtami / Gokulashtami celebrations that is very common in western India. It is from the 1979 Rajkumar Kohli directed Sunil Dutt- Reena Roy- Bindiya Goswami- Shatrughan Sinha starrer ‘Muqaabla’. It has songs penned by Verma Malik with Laxmi-Pyare as the music directors.  Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Anwar, Mahendra Kapoor and Mohd. Rafi are the playback singers used in the movie. The movie was a typical romantic, masaala movie where Sunil Dutt and Shatru play gang leaders. I vaguely remember having seen it, possibly on television, and by the time I discovered it half the movie was over.

But here is the gist as given on IMDB.com:

Sheru (Shatrughan Sinha) and Vicky (Sunil Dutt) are two gang leaders. After a series of complications and mishaps both realize that they will be better off being friends and helping the poor and needy. They also fall in love with two separate women, one of them is Lacho (Reena Roy). When these two turn good guys, the bad guy’s leader Banwanri (Ranjeet) gets angry and vengeful. Fortunately, our two heroes get support from a honest police inspector (Premnath). Then Sheru finds out that Lacho really loves Vicky and his son, this embittered them both against each other. And the two again resume their old rivalry and hatred for each other.

As I said earlier, Janmashtami celebrations continue on to the second day in many parts of India. There are street corner scenes where in pots of goodies along with dahi are tied high up. Groups of youngsters make an attempt at breaking the pots, by making human pyramids and emulating Krishna’s habit of breaking pots which were tied up in the kitchens of yore.

In my younger days (there, I let the cat out of the bag, that I am not so young now though I like to think that I am still a bachcha 🙂 ) we used to have dahi-handi in our apartment complex between the two wings of flats. They used to be tied at a height of 1st floor. We needed a pyramid of three tiers to reach the handi. It was a very simple joyful day. Then as time went by, as in other spheres of life, commercialization set in the dahi-handi festival began to be conducted with prize money attached to the ropes of dahi-handi. This has further grown to the extent that there is this chowk (crossroad intersection) in Thane where the competition is held and the whole road is out of bounds for traffic for the day. And groups of youth practice for months on end to make pyramids which have seven or eight layers. There are numerous cases of people falling and breaking their limbs.  Lately there are also all girl groups in the contest. It is telecast live on all Marathi TV channels and makes for good viewing.

Dahi-handi was made popular in Hindi cinema by Shammi Kapoor in ‘Bluffmaster’ (1965) – the original “Govinda Aala Re, Aala, Zara Matki Sambhaal Brijbaala“.  Various heroes have copied him in subsequent years. In today’s song, we have Shatrughan Sinha and Sunil Dutt have a go at the handi along with Manmohan (in red shirt) and others who are not clear in this video. (A few years back Sonakshi Sinha also had a Govinda song to her name). The song is written by Verma Malik and Laxmikant Pyarelal are the music directors. Mohd Rafi and Kishore Kumar are the playback singers.  I couldn’t stop my smile when I saw Sunil Dutt dancing. Don’t know who the dance master was who gave him steps that were uncharacteristic of Duttsaab. Then Dr. Shreeram Lagoo enters the scene as the advisor of peace and I was desperately trying to recognize the actor in the light brown shirt with a head band who was trying to raise bets on who will break the handi. The finale of the song is the whole pyramid collapsing when this actor pokes a pin into the feet of one of the govindas (that is what the boys in the pyramid are called)

Govinda Aala Re!!!!

Song – Teen Batti Waala, Ae Govinda Aala  (Muqaabla) (1979) Singer -Mohammed Rafi, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics – Verma Malik, MD – Laxmikant Pyaarelal
Chorus

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)

teen batti waala
ae govinda aala
ae teen batti waala
he govinda aala
govinda govinda govinda
he govinda govinda govinda
rassi pe latki mitti ki matki
matki mein maal masaala
govinda
govinda
govinda teen batti waala
dekho matki phodne aala re aala

he laal patti waala
govinda aala
he laal patti waala
he govinda aala
govinda govinda govinda
he govinda govinda govinda
oopar latak ke niche patak ke
loot lo maal masaala
govinda
govinda
govinda lal patti waala
apni sena ko lekar aala re aala

baandh kataare daal do ghera
is matki par haq hai mera
baandh kataare daal do ghera
is matki par haq hai mera
sar koi uthaaye
sar ko jhuka do
haath uthe to
haath uda do
haathon ke tote ud jaayenge
hum se jo pad gaya paala
govinda
govinda
govinda teen batti wala
dekho matki phodne aala re aala

naam mera duniya pehchaane
bachcha bachcha mujhko jaane
naam mera duniya pehchaane
bachcha bachcha mujhko jaane
kadam uthe to
duniya jhukti
chalti hawa mujhe dekh kar rukti
mere haath se bach kar jaaye
bach kar jaaye
jaaye koi kismat wala
govinda
govinda
govinda lal patti wala
apni sena ko lekar aala re aala

govinda aala re aala
govinda aala re aala
is matki ko hum lootenge
govinda aala re aala
dekhna phir kayi sar phootenge
govinda aala re aala
hai muqaabla hum cha tum cha
koi na aaye beech mein chamcha
dekhta hoon mai tera hausla
kar doonga main abhi faisla
teen batti to jalti rahegi
lal patti bhi to chamakti rahegi
teen batti to jalti rahegi
lal patti bhi toh chamakti rahegi

[dialogues]

govinda govinda govinda govinda
he ae ae ae
govinda govinda govinda govinda
he ae ae ae
govinda govinda govinda
govinda govinda govinda
govinda govinda govinda
govinda govinda govinda
govinda govinda govinda
govinda govinda govinda
govinda govinda govinda
govinda govinda govinda


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“Imaan Dharam” (1977) was a Suchitra Films Production. It was produced by Premji and directed by Desh Mukherji.

This movie was written by Salim Javed and it had a multistarrer cast including Sanjeev Kumar, Amithabh Bachchan, Shashi Kapoor, Rekha, Aparna Sen, Helen, Utpal Dutt, M.B.Shetty, Amrish Puri, Mohan Sherry, Amar Nath, A.K.Hangal, Prem Chopra, Om Shiv Puri, Dr.Shree Ram Lagoo, Sudhir, C.S.Dube, Raj Kishore, Mac Mohan, Kamal Deep, Baby Rani, Jagdish Raj, Kumu Tripathi, Satyen Kappu, Sajjan, Gajanan Jagirdar, Pinchoo Kapoor etc in it.
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Film “Naya Andaaz” (1956) was produced and directed by K.Amarnath for K Amarnath productions, Bombay. This movie was a remake of his own “Bazaar”(1949).
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When Khyati Behn sent in the lyrics of this song, she said, and I quote , that she “. . . was KB Exp to see that this film hasn’t yet found its place on the blog. Koi baat nahi, ab kar dete hai. 🙂 “.  Well we all know, with Khyati Behn, the messaging has to be something out of the ordinary.
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Since the last two days a certain music channel (B4U Music I think) is advertising that they are going to dedicate their “Awaaz De Kahaan Hain” programme to Mohd. Rafi and that it is going to be spread over 23rd and 24th. And my brain….like time some tube lights of olden days blinked and blinked and realized that (realization after 5 years of being an Atulite) that my daughter’s birthday is close to Rafisaab’s birthday. And that she had written the lyrics for the song from “Amar Akbar Anthony” a long time ago. Also that she had wanted me to write a suitable write up for it.
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“Dostana” (1980) was produced by Yash Johar and directed by Raj Khosla. The movie had Amitabh Bachchan, Shatrughan Sinha, Zeenat Aman, Prem Chopra, Amrish Puri, Helen, Pran, Paintal etc in it. Another movie with a copycat title was Rakesh Kumar’s “Yaarana” (1981), also starring Amitabh Bachchan.
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“Krorepati” (1961) was a Saigal brothers production. It was produced by Om Prakash Saigal and directed by Mohan Saigal. The movie had Kisore Kumar, Shashikala, Kum Kum, K. N. Singh, Anoop Kumar, Mirza Musharaff, Radhakishan, Haroon, S. Bannerjee, Ramlal, Shamlal, Brahm Bharadwaj, Daya Devi, Pal Sharma, Prem, Dev Chand etc in it.
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“Deedaar e Yaar” (1982) was a Tirupati Pictures Production. It was directed by H S Rawail. The movie had Jeetendra, Rekha, Rishi Kapoor, Tina Munim, Nirupa Roy, Dr Shreeram Lagoo, Deven Verma, Reena Roy etc. in it.
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“Aap Ke Deewaane” (1980) was the first movie of Rakesh Roshan as a producer though the name of Vimal Kumar was officially shown as the producer. The movie was directed by Surendra Mohan. The film had Rakesh Roshan, Rishi Kapoor, Pran, Ashok Kumar, Tina Munim, Ranjeet, Deven Verma, Hrithik Roshan, Keshto Mukherjee, Poonam Dhillon etc in it, with Jeetendra making a guest appearance.
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