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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 : 3469 Post No. : 13925

Missing Films of 1960s – 44
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There is so much to be explored and to be showcased. This journey of debut songs is taking us down the 1960s path, and almost every day we are discovering fabulous gems of song that most people have not heard.

Today’s film is ‘Flying Circus’ from 1965. The film is produced under the banner of Regal Films, Bombay and is directed by Dhanpat Rai. The star cast is led by Ranjan and Nasreen, and also includes Bela Bose, Neelofer, Rajan Kapoor, Babu Raje, Polson, Shyam, Vishwa Mehra, Shri Bhagwan and Kamini Devi etc. There are six songs listed for this film. Music is composed by Robin Bannerjee. Two lyricists are identified – Farooque Kaiser and Yogesh Gaud. This song is from the pen of Yogesh Gaud.

The singing voices are those of Suman Kalyanpur and Kamal Barot.

The music is the key. An obscure film, and a lesser known music director. But see, what wonders can be created even in these obscure circumstances. From the sound and flow of the song, I am quite sure this is a twin dance song. Also, keeping Nasreen’s name possibly for the leading role, the two names that could possibly be performing this song on screen are Bela Bose and Neelofer, but I am just guessing. I request other knowledgeable readers and friends, to add more information for this film and this song.

A lilting fast paced dance number, I am sure you are going to like.  Enjoy

 

Song – Lag Gaya Re Lag Gaya Re Teer Nishaane Pe  (Flying Circus) (1965) Singer – Suman Kalyanpur, Kamal Barot, Lyrics – Yogesh Gaud, MD – Robin Bannerjee
Suman Kalyanpur, Kamal Barot

Lyrics

lag gaya
lag gaya
lag gaya re lag gaya re
teer nishaane pe
lag gaya re lag gaya re
teer nishaane pe
jaaye kya bachke koi meri nigaahon se
lag gaya re lag gaya re
teer nishaane pe
jaaye kya bachke koi meri nigaahon se
lag gaya

aaj aalam hai ye bekhudi ka
dil ke armaan bas mein nahin hain
aaj aalam hai ye bekhudi ka
dil ke armaan bas mein nahin hain
hum ko mehsoos yun ho raha hai
jaise hum is zameen par nahin hain
jaise hum is zameen par nahin hain
lag gaya
lag gaya
lag gaya re lag gaya re
teer nishaane pe
lag gaya re lag gaya re
teer nishaane pe
jaaye kya bachke koi meri nigaahon se
lag gaya

aaj naghmon ki masti mein dekho
doob jaayige ye duniya saari
aaj naghmon ki masti mein dekho
doob jaayige ye duniya saari
jis taraf bhi nigaahen uthengi
nazar aayegi surat hamaari
nazar aayegi surat hamaari
lag gaya
lag gaya
lag gaya re lag gaya re
teer nishaane pe
lag gaya re lag gaya re
teer nishaane pe
jaaye kya bachke koi meri nigaahon se
lag gaya

aaj kadmon mein dekho mein hamaare
bijliyaan laakh bal kha rahin hain
aur sajde mein har ik ada ke
laakh nazren bichhin ja rahi hain
laakh nazren bichhin ja rahi hain
lag gaya
lag gaya
lag gaya re lag gaya re
teer nishaane pe
lag gaya re lag gaya re
teer nishaane pe
jaaye kya bachke koi meri nigaahon se
lag gaya

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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लग गया
लग गया
लग गया रे लग गया रे
तीर निशाने पे
लग गया रे लग गया रे
तीर निशाने पे
जाएगा बचके कोई मेरी निगाहों से
लग गया रे लग गया रे
तीर निशाने पे
जाएगा बचके कोई मेरी निगाहों से
लग गया

आज आलम है ये बेखुदी का
दिल के अरमान बस में नहीं हैं
आज आलम है ये बेखुदी का
दिल के अरमान बस में नहीं हैं
हमको महसूस ये हो रहा है
जैसे हम इस ज़मीन पर नहीं हैं
जैसे हम इस ज़मीन पर नहीं हैं
लग गया
लग गया
लग गया रे लग गया रे
तीर निशाने पे
लग गया रे लग गया रे
तीर निशाने पे
जाएगा बचके कोई मेरी निगाहों से
लग गया

आज नग़मों की मस्ती में देखो
डूब जाएगी ये दुनिया सारी
आज नग़मों की मस्ती में देखो
डूब जाएगी ये दुनिया सारी
जिस तरफ भी निगाहें उठेंगी
नज़र आएगी सूरत तुम्हारी
नज़र आएगी सूरत तुम्हारी
लग गया
लग गया
लग गया रे लग गया रे
तीर निशाने पे
लग गया रे लग गया रे
तीर निशाने पे
जाएगा बचके कोई मेरी निगाहों से
लग गया

आज कदमों में देखो हमारे
बीजलियाँ लाख बलखा रही हैं
आज कदमों में देखो हमारे
बीजलियाँ लाख बलखा रही हैं
और सजदे में हर इक अदा के
लाख नज़रें बिछीं जा रही हैं
लाख नज़रें बिछीं जा रही हैं
लग गया
लग गया
लग गया रे लग गया रे
तीर निशाने पे
लग गया रे लग गया रे
तीर निशाने पे
जाएगा बचके कोई मेरी निगाहों से
लग गया

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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.

Today, we are celebrating the 3400th day that this blog has been operating.

And we Yippeee a film that has been waiting for more than two years for the final song to come online. 🙂

Sometimes, Atul ji springs a wonderful surprise. And at a very short notice too. It is 8.30 pm in the night (on 7th Nov). I am just casually checking my emails. Plop. There is a message from him. We have a significant and a very different type of milestone lined up for tomorrow (8th Nov). The immediate next sentence, he is quickly clarifying that no, the said milestone has nothing to do with demonetization anniversary or any other subject of Indian economy. The next sentence he clarifies, without building any suspense or delays in his words. 8th Nov is exactly the 3400th day of the continued existence of our blog. A few lights start blinking inside the head. Wow, – thanks ji, – what a surprise, – such a different type of milestone, – gosh tomorrow, – what a scramble, – and in a secret corner, another light blinks that says – अरे सर, थोड़ा एडवांस नोटिस तो देना चाहिए॰ ॰ ॰ खैर॰ ॰ ॰

Blinking lights aside, many congratulations to all members, friends and readers, and welcome to the 3400th edition of Atul Song A Day, in which, I must emphasize, at the cost of repetition, that the phrase song-a-day has been redundant for, well, let us see – 28th Aug, 2008, i.e. 40 days less, that is 3360 days – I mean the period of redundancy of this phrase. You see, 28th Aug, 2008 was the day (41st in the history of this blog) that Atul ji shifted gears and posted 3 songs in a single day, for the first time. See, that is how long his solemn promise lasted. In just forty days, he was so overwhelmed and got carried away that instead of song-a-day, it was three-songs-a-day that day.

[Tongue in cheek] – I am sure folks in all parts of this subcontinent will be aware and will agree; the tradition is to celebrate the 40th day after childbirth, as the day when the mother of the newborn child, is allowed to start moving outside the confines of the household. There is a celebration and a ceremony to mark this event. (Of course in the current times, quite a few people do not bother to abide by this tradition, which, if I may be allowed to emphasize, has very important reasons of health and well being behind it). But we note that Atul ji quite religiously followed this tradition, and stayed put on one song per day for forty days. And then he ventured out further – starting with the song “Aap Ke Anurodh Pe Main Ye Geet Sunaata Hoon” (film ‘Anurodh’, 1977), on the forty first day. I must add that Atul ji has been a very conscientious ‘mother’, for the first forty days, and for all the days thereafter. 🙂

So, in the tradition of adding new feathers to the caps, we are now adding one more dimension by which we measure the robustness of our blog and its level of enthusiasm / commitment  / entertainment value. No of days that we have been in operation. Today – it is 34 hundred days that are completed. And counting. . .

Changing the topic briefly – I would like to touch upon the query that was raised yesterday by Peevesie’s Mom, regarding the number of posts and the number of songs contained therein. Although we count one post only once, there are many occasions that a single post carries more than one song.

Yes, there are posts that have multiple songs on account of the songs being present more than once in the film, or have been sung by different singers in the same film. Sometimes the multi singer songs are exactly the same, and sometimes they have different antaraas. Same for multi part songs. In some cases, the multiple appearances of the song in the film carry the same lines, and in some cases, they carry different lines.

In cases where the multiple appearance of the song is in the voice of the same singer, and the words are unchanged, then we count them as one song only. However, if the singing voice is different then we count them as multiple songs. Also, if the singing voice being the same, if the words and lines are different, then also we count them as multiple songs.

Another criteria that we follow is to adhere to the listings in the HFGK. In the Geet Kosh, songs which are multi part, or multi singer are listed separately. And so we also follow that scheme to count the songs. An interesting aside here is that the Geet Kosh counts the different parts of the multi-lingual songs, as separate songs. And so do we, counting each part of the multi lingual song as a separate song. The case in point is the last line in the table below. This is the muti lingual song from the film ‘Teen Batti Chaar Raasta’ (1953) “Orey Oo Poraan Bondhu Re. . .”. This song is the post number 10967 (dt 24Mar2015). Geet Kost lists this song as seven separate lines, one for each language covered. And so, on our blog too, we count them as 7 songs, albeit contained in one post.

A few posts carry the original song as well as the version song, which is not carried in the film. E.g. the song “Chhupo Na Chhupo Na Chhupo Na” from film ‘My Sister’ (1944); both the versions – in the voices of KL Saigal and Pankaj Mullick – are contained in the post no. 807 (dt. 26Feb2009), although the film carries the Saigal Sb version only.

Please note that the audio and video versions of the same song are not counted as extras.

When the blog arrived at the 13700th milestone on 4th November just passed, the total number songs contained within these posts reached the number of 14200, exactly five hundred more than the number of posts.

The breakup of multi-songs within posts is as follows,

  • Posts containing 2 songs counted – 410 –  410 extra
  • Posts containing 3 songs counted – 34     –  68 extra
  • Posts containing 4 songs counted – 4       –  12 extra
  • Posts containing 5 songs counted – 1        –   4 extra
  • Posts containing 6 songs counted – 0
  • Posts containing 7 songs counted – 1        –   6 extra

In the above listing, the first number in the row is the number of posts for that category (2 songs or 3 songs etc.), and the second number is the number of additional songs that we count, because of this phenomena. The above list tells us that there are a total of 450 posts out of 13,700, which carry more than one song. This number is the total of the first column in the above lines. The total of the second column gives us the number of additional songs that are carried in these posts, which round figure of 500 extra songs (till 4th Nov that is).

A thought here is that we can request Atul ji to also publish the number of songs, along with the number of posts, on the home page.

Now coming to the song for today. At first, I had some courageous and wishful thoughts to try and search for a song that has something to do with ‘thirty four thousand’ or even ‘thirty four’, you know, just like we had a readymade song for the 11000th post (“Gyaarah Hazaar Ladkiyaan”). But I very soon gave up that pursuit as impractical. And so, in consultation with Atul ji, I bring on board a Yippeee song – a rare one that was not even available online so far. The film is ‘First Love’ from 1961. This film carries six songs. Five of these songs are already posted here. These are

  1. Beete Huye Din Kuchh Aise Hi Hain
  2. Maano Ya Na Maano
  3. Mujhe Mil Gayi Hai Muhabbt Ki Manzil
  4. Wo Dekho Aayi Bahaaren Laayi
  5. Mere Pyaar Mein Ya Wafa Na Thhi

The first two songs listed above, were posted in Dec 2011. The third song came on board in Jun 2012. Then after almost two years, the fourth song made its appearance in Apr 2014. Exactly a year later, the 5th song arrived in Apr 2015. After that, likely the lack of online availability of this song disallowed this film from being Yippeee’d. i.e. till now, more than two and half years later.

This last song which is a wonderful duet by Suman Kalyanpur and Kamal Barot, has now been uploaded and the Yippeee call for this film can now be made. The words are from the pen of Gulshan Bawra and the music is by Dattaram. The very prominent Dattu ‘theka’ rhythm of dholak is very prominently heard in the antaraas.

The list of actors in this film includes Mehmood, Naaz, Preetibala, Raj Mehra, Amar, SN Bannerji, amongs others. The list contains only these two names of lady actors. Possibly this song could have been picturized on Naaz and Preetibala, but that is just a guess.

So, 3400 days, 13710 posts (yes, this post is no. 13710), and 14210 songs. So many milestones and measuring dimensions, and counting. But anyway, do listen to this fantastic duet song, with such an endearing rhythm created by Dattaram. And enjoy.

Song – Kis Ko Aai Hai Tu Mil Ke Mil Ke (First Love) (1966) Singer – Suman Kalyanpur, Kamal Barot, Lyrics – Gulshan Bawra, MD – Dattaram
Suman Kalyanpur + Kamal Barot

 

Lyrics

kis ko aai hai tu mil ke
mil ke
phool bani hai kali khil ke
khil ke
ye milan bada pyaara haaye
ye milan bada pyaara. . .

kis ko aai hai tu mil ke
mil ke
phool bani hai kali khil ke
khil ke
ye milan bada pyaara haaye
ye milan bada pyaara. . . pyaara
kis ko aai hai tu mil ke
mil ke
phool bani hai kali khil ke
khil ke

dekh ke
aaina
neeche nazar jo daali
aa gai
gaalon pe
maare sharam ke laai
dekh ke
aaina
neeche nazar jo daali
aa gai
gaalon pe
maare sharam ke laali
aaj kya baat hai
dil pe kyon haath hai
kis ko aai hai tu mil ke
mil ke
phool bani hai kali khil ke
khil ke
ye milan bada pyaara haaye
ye milan bada pyaara. . .
kis ko aai hai tu mil ke
mil ke
phool bani hai kali khil ke
khil ke

zindagi
mein kabhi
yun bhi ho jaata hai
gair ki
cheez pe
apna dil aata hai
zindagi
mein kabhi
yun bhi ho jaata hai
gair ki
cheez pe
apna dil aata hai
pyaar ki
kya khabar
lad gai
kab nazar
kis ko aai hai tu mil ke
mil ke
phool bani hai kali khil ke
khil ke
ye milan bada pyaara haaye
ye milan bada pyaara. . .

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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किसको आई है तू मिल के
मिल के
फूल बनी है काली खिल के
खिल के
ये मिलन बड़ा प्यारा हाए
ये मिलन बड़ा प्यारा॰ ॰ ॰

किसको आई है तू मिल के
मिल के
फूल बनी है काली खिल के
खिल के
ये मिलन बड़ा प्यारा हाए
ये मिलन बड़ा प्यारा॰ ॰ ॰ प्यारा
किसको आई है तू मिल के
मिल के
फूल बनी है काली खिल के
खिल के

देख के
आईना
नीचे नज़र जो डाली
आ गई
गालों पे
मारे शरम के लाली
देख के
आईना
नीचे नज़र जो डाली
आ गई
गालों पे
मारे शरम के लाली
आज क्या बात है
दिल पे क्यों हाथ है
किसको आई है तू मिल के
मिल के
फूल बनी है काली खिल के
खिल के
ये मिलन बड़ा प्यारा हाए
ये मिलन बड़ा प्यारा॰ ॰ ॰
किसको आई है तू मिल के
मिल के
फूल बनी है काली खिल के
खिल के

ज़िंदगी
में कभी
यूं भी हो जाता है
ग़ैर की
चीज़ पर
अपना दिल आता है
ज़िंदगी
में कभी
यूं भी हो जाता है
ग़ैर की
चीज़ पर
अपना दिल आता है
प्यार की
क्या खबर
लड़ गई
कब नज़र
किसको आई है तू मिल के
मिल के
फूल बनी है कली खिल के
खिल के
ये मिलन बड़ा प्यारा हाए
ये मिलन बड़ा प्यारा॰ ॰ ॰

 


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.

Missing Films of 1960s – 35
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Her name is listed as the fourth lady music director in Hindi cinema. But then, that is where the comparison ends. The first three names considered are Ishrat Sultana, better known as Bibbo, then Jaddan Bai, and then we have Khorshed Minocher-Homji, more popularly known as Saraswati Devi. These stalwart composers from the earlier decades (1930s and 40s) of Indian cinema, were formally trained in Hindustani classical music, which also defined their style and the types of songs they composed.
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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.

It is always a refreshing change to find songs that deal with day to day concerns of movie goers. And what is a more day to day concern for young ones than their studies. Tender minds of young students have struggled to cope with intricacies of their subject for many generations. 🙂
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