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Atul’s Song A Day- A choice collection of Hindi Film & Non-Film Songs

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Blog Day : 3628 Post No. : 14453

“Bulbul”(1951) was directed by A Rashid for Hindustan Productions, Bombay. This obscure movie had Majnu, Rukhsaana, Dilaawar, Sarla Devi, Jyotsna, Maqbool, Mannan, Sheikh etc in it.

The movie had five songs in it. One song has been covered in the past.

Here is the second song from “Bulbul”(1951) to appear in the blog. The movie had two music directors viz Vinod Kumar and C S Ragi as per HFGK, but records mention the initials of music director Ragi as K S Ragi. I have assumed the initials as K S Ragi.

The song under discussion is sung by this music director Raagi. Lyrics are by Nafees Lucknowi.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of this rare song.


Husn aamaada to ho (Bulbul)(1951) Singer-K S Raagi, Lyrics-Nafis Lucknowi, MD-K S Raagi- Vinod Kumar

Lyrics

husn aamaada to ho
husn aamaada to ho
bijli giraane ke liye
bijli giraane ke liye
dil mera haazir hai har ek chot khaane ke liye
chot khaane ke liye

aapne achcha kiya
khoon ae tamanna kar diya aa
aapne achcha kiya
khoon ae tamanna kar diya
khoon ae tamanna kar diya
mujhko surkhi mil gayi
apne fasaane ke liye
apne fasaane ke liye

aah hai lab par mere
aur ashq aankhon mein bhare ae
aah hai lab par mere
aur ashq aankhon mein bhare
ashk aankhon me bhare
ye jalane ke liye hai
wo bujhaane ke liye
wo bujhaane ke liye

gar haqeekat eksara hai
jiska duniya naam hai
agar hakikat eksara hai
jiska duniya naam hai
jiska duniya naam hai
jo yahaan aata hai wo aata hai jaane ke liye
aata hai jaane ke liye

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Blog Day : 3626 Post No. : 14447

“Rupaya”(1950) was directed by G P Pawar for Vijay Chitra, Bombay. This obscure “social” movie had Shashikala, om Prakash, Manmohan, Naaz, Anwari, P Varne, Nautiyal, Ganpat Rao, Gauli Mota, Ramesh, Mirajkar etc in it.

The movie had nine songs in it. One song has been covered in the past.

Here is the second song from “Rupaya”(1950) to appear in the blog. The song is song by Shamshad Begam. Indeewar is the lyricist. Music is composed by P Ramakant.

If one thought that the song, going by the title, would discuss financial matters, then that is hardly the case. Hindi movies, no matter what their genre andwhat their title, would only have the same kind of songs discussing the same old “mohabbat”. And this song is no exception. 🙂


Song-Mohabbat dard hai (Rupaya)(1950) Singer-Shamshad Begam, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-P Ramakant

Lyrics

mohabbat dard hai
mohabbat dard hai
dil mein basa le
jiska jee chaahe
ye meethha geet hai ae
ye meethha geet hai
ise gun guna le
jiska ji chaahe
mohabbat dard hai

ajab kya dekh tujhko gar
kisi ki jhuk gayin palken
ajab kya dekh tujhko gar
kisi ki jhuk gayin palken
ye duniya jhukti hai ae
ye duniya jhukti hai ik din
jhuka le jiska ji chaahe
mohabbat dard hai ae
mohabbat dard hai
dil mein basa le jiska ji chaahe
mohabbat dard hai

jawaani dar pe bachpan ke hai
sangam aag paani ka
aa aa aa aa
jawaani dar pe bachpan ke hai
sangam aag paani ka
aa aa aa aa
mita ke apne ko o
mita ke apne ko
armaan nikaale
jiska ji chaahe
mohabbat dard hai ae
mohabbat dard hai
dil mein basa le
jiska ji chaahe
mohabbat dard hai

kahar hain ham to rahmat bhi
zahar hain ham to amrit bhi
kahar hain ham to rahmat bhi
zahar hain ham to amrit bhi
agar ho pyaas honton pe
laga le jiska ji chaahe
mohabbat dard hai
mohabbat dard hai
dil mein basa le
jiska ji chaahe
mohabbat dard hai


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 : 3623 Post No. : 14441

After completing the recording, Mukesh had commented – people will remember you for this song. He was talking to the music director, and was expressing his emotions having just rendered a beautiful composition. The music director – Daan Singh. The song – “Wo Tere Pyaar Ka Gham” (from the film ‘My Love’ (1970)). Prophetic words, in some ways, yes, because this song is still on the list of favorites of the lovers of this music. But does everyone remember Daan Singh in connection with this song – I am not sure.

A composer with a huge talent, which was matched in his lifetime only by the immense neglect with which the industry has treated him. He had blessings from maestros like Khemchand Prakash and Anil Biswas, but the tinsel world in Bombay did not welcome him enough. The tracks from the unreleased film ‘Bhool Na Jaana’ (c 1965) should have been a sign for any discerning producer concerned with the quality of music in his films. But it was not to be so. Daan Singh spent a few frustrating years in Bombay, and then returned to Jaipur, and continued to work at the AIR Jaipur station.

A career that talks of just maybe five films. ‘Bhool Na Jaana’, mid sixties, unreleased; ‘Toofaan’, 1969, a Dara Singh action film; ‘My Love’, 1970, a romantic story with big name stars – Shashi Kapoor and Sharmila Tagore – did not succeed at box office; ‘Bawandar’, 2000, in the final edit, all songs went off screen, and the music remained just on the album; ‘Bhobar’, 2011, Rajasthani film, one song.

And then, on June 18, 2011 itself, he passed away after a brief illness – unsung, un-acknowledged. A sad conclusion, especially when one has heard his creations. Seven years have passed – we honor and remember him on this day.

Today’s song is from the 1969 film ‘Toofaan’. Although an action/adventure film for the B-grade circuit, the music of this film simply great. Here is a soft romantic number sung by Asha Bhosle. The lyrics are written by Akhtar Romani. On screen, the song is performed by actress Anita, who is attempting to entice and seduce Dara Singh, probably in preparation for the arrival of other members of the gang.

Listen and enjoy.

 

Song – Husn Mein Bhi Hai Nasha  (Toofaan) (1969) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Akhtar Romani, MD – Daan Singh

Lyrics

husn mein bhi hai nasha
jaam mein bhi hai nasha
peene waale dekh pee ke
farq hai donon mein kya
husn mein bhi hai nasha
jaam mein bhi hai nasha

ye adaayen ye nazaare
ye lachak ye shokhiyaan
tujhko masti mein pukaare
koi tera meharbaan
aag ye tu ne lagaai
aag ye tu hi bujha
husn mein bhi hai nasha
jaam mein bhi hai nasha

aaj dil behke to behke
hosh ka mat naam le
aaj dil behke to behke
hosh ka mat naam le
do ghadi madhosh reh ke
bekhudi se kaam le
khud bhi pee aankhon se meri
aur mujhko bhi pila
husn mein bhi hai nasha
jaam mein bhi hai nasha

aaj har parda utha de
tujhko chaahat ki kasam
aaj har doori mita de
tujhko teri hi kasam
main bana doon husn tujhko
ishq tu mujhko bana
husn mein bhi hai nasha
jaam mein bhi hai nasha
peene waale dekh pee ke’
farq hai donon mein kya
husn mein bhi hai nasha
jaam mein bhi hai nasha

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हुस्न में भी है नशा
जाम में भी है नशा
पीने वाले देख पी के
फर्क है दोनों में क्या
हुस्न में भी है नशा
जाम में भी है नशा

ये अदाए एं ये नज़ारे
ये लचक ये शोखियाँ
तुझको मस्ती में पुकारे
कोई तेरा मेहरबाँ
आग ये तु ने लगाई
आग ये तू ही बुझा
हुस्न में भी है नशा
जाम में भी है नशा

आज दिल बहके तो बहके
होश का मत नाम ले
आज दिल बहके तो बहके
होश का मत नाम ले
दो घड़ी मदहोश रह के
बेखुदी से काम ले
खुद भी पी आँखों से मेरी
और मुझको भी पिला
हुस्न में भी है नशा
जाम में भी है नशा

आज हर पर्दा उठा दे
तुझको चाहत की कसम
आज हर दूरी मिटा दे
तुझको तेरी ही कसम
मैं बना दूँ हुस्न तुझको
इश्क़ तू मुझको बना
हुस्न में भी है नशा
जाम में भी है नशा
पीने वाले देख पी के
फर्क है दोनों में क्या
हुस्न में भी है नशा
जाम में भी है नशा


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.

Blog Day : 3623 Post No. : 14440

Today’s song is from the film ‘Maata’ aka ‘The Mother’ (1942). Not many people know about this film. Made by Kirti films, it was a social film, directed by Dada Gunjal. Music was composed by Vasant Kumar Naidu, for the lyrics by DN Madhok. The cast of the film was Shobhana Samarth, Chandrakant, Mubarak, A. Himalaywala, Urmila Devi, Bhudo Advani, Moti, Bibi Bai, Munshi Khanjar, Suraiya Begum etc.

Chandrakant is a name which appears for a very few films as an actor. In fact, he acted in only 2 films. The other film was ‘Maharathi Karna’ (1944) (he had a small role). Chandrakant Gaur was born in UP in 1929. He was an educated person and knew many languages like Marathi, Gujarati and Punjabi, in addition to Hindi and English. He was a quick learner and a good writer. He came to Bombay to become a director. Instead of that he started as an actor in ‘Maata’.

During the shooting of ‘Maharathi Karna’, Bhalji Pendharkar spotted this young man’s talents and took him to Kolhapur as his assistant. Chandrakant, being a fast learner, became adept at direction. He came back to Bombay and hurriedly directed his first film – ‘Riding Hero’ (1951), a stunt film made by Laxmi Productions of Chimanlal Trivedi. After this, he directed 29 Hindi films, mostly B grade, stunt/action films only.

He also directed a Hit Punjabi film ‘Bhagat Dhanna Jaat’ (1974). According to indiancine.ma, this film is said to have revived Punjabi film industry. He did some Gujarati mythologicals and Marathi films too. Together his tally goes to 45 films. In between he became famous for writing stories of films like ‘Patita’ (1953), ‘Seema’ (1955), ‘Dekh Kabira Roya’ (1957), ‘Kathputali’ (1957), ‘Anita’ (1967) and ‘Mahasati Savitri’ (1973).

From the cast listing, another interesting name is that of A Himalaywala. His name was Mohd Afzaluddin. He was born in March 1916, at Dehradun. After school education he joined his brother, Mohd Misaluddin’s firm – The Himalaya Drug Company, a leading Pharma company of repute (even today). He worked there for 10 years and after a dispute with his brother, left the company. He came to Bombay to join films.

First he had thought of starting a company, but looking at the situation, he decided to do acting only. His first film was ‘Kiski Biwi’ (1942), directed by MA Mirza. His name was changed from Afzal to A Himalaywala (since he came from the Himalayan town of Dehradun, like Kashmiri from Kashmir), by Shaukat Hussain, husband of Noorjehan. However in many films he was credited as Afzal only. He worked in few films like, ‘Vishwaas’ (1943), ‘Ankh Ki Sharm’ (1943), ‘Dost’ (1944), ‘Kismatwaala’ (1944), ‘Zeenat’ (1945), ‘Humayun’ (1945), ‘Nal Damayanti’ (1945), ‘Jagbeeti’ (1946), ‘Samrat Ashok’ (1947) and ‘Elaan’ (1947).

He was an outspoken and straightforward person, fond of hunting, football and travelling by car. He toured all of India twice in his car. In 1943, he married actress singer Amirbai Karnataki. After marriage he banned her from acting in films. Within 2-3 years, on this and other issues, they could not get along. He used to hit her and take all her money. At last, it was rumoured that he gave her talaaq after taking 2 lakh rupees and her car. Even after this he was stalking her. She stayed with her elder sister Ahilya Bai. Then one day, she was kidnapped by Himalaywala, from the recording room. She was kept locked in a room and beaten daily. She somehow managed to inform this to her sister.

Ahilyabai then got in touch with her acquaintance Mr Rasiklal Vyas and his brother Chhailabhai Vyas – one of the best criminal lawyers of Bombay. With their political and social connections, they forced the police to register an FIR, which was refused due to Himalaywala’s bribe. Meanwhile Himalaywala was alerted by his cronies. Within few hours Amirbai was escorted back to her sister’s place, by Himalaywala. All this episode is described in full details in the book ‘Aap Ki Parchhaiyaan’, by Rajnikumar Pandya ji. Amirbai later married Gujarati Journalist Badri Kaanchwala.

After partition, Himalaywala migrated to Pakistan. There the lady luck smiled on him and he did very well. He became successful as an actor and was famous also. His role of Akbar in film ‘Anarkali’ (1957) was particularly appreciated very much. Mohd Afzuluddin Himalaywala died in 1984 in Lahore.

The director of this film was V.M. aka Dada Gunjal, who started his career by directing his first film, ‘Bhakt Ke Bhagwan’ (1934). He went on to direct 38 films in Hindi and Marathi. His last film was ‘Ek Armaan Mera’ (1959). Dada Gunjal was born in Bombay on 25-1-1904 and died also at Bombay on 6-11-1968.

The music director for this film was a less known composer, Vasant Kumar Naidu. He was  born in 1915. His family had settled in Burma like thousands of other South Indian families.  When Burma was struggling for independence, in the 1930s, most Indians left Burma and came to India. Many went to Calcutta and many went to South India. Many families walked for around 6 months from Burma to India.  Vasant Kumar’s family was one among them.  They walked from Rangoon to Madras.  The family settled in Madras for some years.

Vasant Kumar Naidu had come alone to Bombay earlier in search of a career in music. He was an instrumentalist and could play any string instruments and also harmonium. He was also very much interested in reading different languages. There were many books that he read. He was also very keen in dressing up and had several suits in those days. He joined the film industry and started getting established as a music director.  He then called his mother and other siblings to live with him in Bombay along with his eldest brother’s widow and her son. He had 4 brothers. His eldest brother expired in Madras itself. Vasant Kumar was the second eldest. He had two younger brothers as well.  They all lived on Peddar Road. He left his Peddar Road flat and moved to Parel. He lived in Parel until his death on 16-10-1951.

Vasant Kumar got married in Madras. This marriage was a proposed marriage arranged by his mother. Eventually his other brothers also got married. All three brothers and their wives stayed under the same roof in Parel in a joint family which was headed and supported monetarily by Vasant Kumar.  His younger brother Pandurang Naidu was also picking up in music career. He became a musician (he played banjo and mandolin). Vasant Kumar taught several string instruments to him. His youngest brother, Sreenivasan Naidu, in the later part of his life became music composer for Indian Railway Music Academy (Central Railway Cultural Academy).

Vasant Kumar is survived by his only daughter, Pramila Naidu, who is a widow now. She lives in Pune with her grown up children. Pramila Naidu was around 5 years old when her father expired.  She has a vague memory of her father. It’s sad to see her struggling now financially. She still gives tuition at the age of 70 to make her living. She lawfully owns all these 3 flats in Parel, Mumbai but the 3rd generation of the family has occupied these flats and are not willing to vacate the property. This property is now worth in crores. The cousins of Pramila Naidu got together and filed a law suit against these 3rd generation greedy family members. The law suit is going on now for the past 3 years.

Vasant Kumar started his career in 1939 by giving music to film ‘Thunder’ (1939) and ‘Pakke Badmash’ (1939). Till 1947, he gave music to 22 films, as per the HFGK entries. He composed 160 songs in these 22 films. He is variously mentioned as Vasant, Vasant Kumar and VK Naidu, in addition to his name Vasant Kumar Naidu. He sang 1 song, a duet with Khan Mastana for film ‘Mere Sajan’ (1941).

His filmography is,

  • Thunder (1939)
  • Pukke Badmash (1939)
  • Rangeela Jawan (1940)
  • Jung-e-Azadi (1940)
  • Desh Bhakta (1940)
  • Suhana Geet (1941)
  • Meri Khwaish (1941)
  • Mere Saajan (1941)
  • Lehri Jawan (1941)
  • Lalaji (1942),
  • Call of youth (1942)
  • Mata (1942)
  • Watan ki Pukar (1943)
  • Nai zindgi (1943)
  • Mohabbat ki jeet (1943)
  • Daawat (1943)
  • Circus Girl (1943)
  • Bhagta Bhoot (1943)
  • Beda Paar (1944)
  • Shahi Khazana (1946)
  • Chamkati Bijli (1946)
  • Toote Di (1947)

Unfortunately, Vasant Kumar got mostly B and C stunt and action films for composing the music. Big banners like National Studios gave him an opportunity with film ‘Lalaji’ (1942), in which Naidu got many songs sung by Anil Biswas, Kusum Mantri, and Vatsala Kumthekar. However such films came to him only as an exception, therefore his exposure to audience was limited and his name did not gain any fame. Actually, many big, well known and popular singers sang for Naidu.

However, without a mentor, Godfather or the support of a big banner, it became impossible for Vasant Kumar to grow further. During the transition period of 1947-48, when many composers migrated to Pakistan, the existing big composers made their positions solid. Thus smaller composers never got any opportunity to benefit from the void created by the exit of composers. This was the case of many small time composers like Vasant Kumar.

The film ‘Maata’ has 7 songs. I have heard 6 of them and feel, he could have done better than this. The selected song is a better one from the lot. The singer’s name is not available.The film makes its debut on the blog.

[Author’s Note: Credits- indiancine.ma, A.I. Film Directory (1946), Aap Ki Parchhaiyaan, Muvyz, HFGK, Shishir Krishna Sharma’s and my notes.]


Song – Mann Ka Mor Mera Kisey Bakhaane (Maata) (1942) Singer – [Unknown], Lyrics – DN Madhok, Music – Vasant Kumar Naidu

Lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)

mann ka mor mera
mann ka mor mera
kisey bakhaane
tum bin aur kaun jaane
mann ka mor mera
mann ka mor mera
kisey bakhaane
tum bin aur kaun jaane

chhod kari
ghar ko aa ja re
saawan ki ritu aayi
jhir jhir baadal
barsan laage
birhan de duhaai
aa tu kisi bahaane
aa tu kisi bahaane
tum bin aur kaun jaane
mann ka mor mera
mann ka mor mera
kisey bakhaane
tum bin aur kaun jaane
mann ka mor mera
mann ka mor mera
kisey bakhaane
tum bin aur kaun jaane

sab ke saajan
ab ghar aaye
baaki ek nigodi
un ka bhala kabhi na hove
preet laga jin todi
jiya laag la
jiya laag la
kisi thikaane
jiya laag la
kisi thikaane
tum bin aur kaun jaane
mann ka mor mera
mann ka mor mera
kisey bakhaane
tum bin aur kaun jaane
mann ka mor mera
mann ka mor mera
kisey bakhaane
tum bin aur kaun jaane

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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मन का मोर मेरा
मन का मोर मेरा
किसे बखाने
तुम बिन और कौन जाने
मन का मोर मेरा
मन का मोर मेरा
किसे बखाने
तुम बिन और कौन जाने

छोड़ करि
घर को आजा रे
सावन की ऋतु आई
झिर झिर बादल
बरसन लागे
बिरहन दे दुहाई
आ तू किसी बहाने
आ तू किसी बहाने
तुम बिन और कौन जाने
मन का मोर मेरा
मन का मोर मेरा
किसे बखाने
तुम बिन और कौन जाने
मन का मोर मेरा
मन का मोर मेरा
किसे बखाने
तुम बिन और कौन जाने

सब के साजन
अब घर आए
बाकी एक निगोड़ी
उन का भला कभी ना होवे
प्रीत लगा जिन तोड़ी
जिया लाग ला
जिया लाग ला
किसी ठिकाने
जिया लाग ला
किसी ठिकाने
तुम बिन और कौन जाने
मन का मोर मेरा
मन का मोर मेरा
किसे बखाने
तुम बिन और कौन जाने
मन का मोर मेरा
मन का मोर मेरा
किसे बखाने
तुम बिन और कौन जाने


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Blog Day : 3622 Post No. : 14435

“Toofaan”(1954) was directed by Ram Prakash for Starlight Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Pratima Devi, Munawwar Sultana, Sajjan, Vijayalaxmi, Amarnath, Pran, Tiwari etc in it.

There were nine songs in the movie. Four songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fifth song from “Toofaan”(1954) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Geeta Dutt. Wahid Qureshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by S D Batish.

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


Song-Mohabbat ka naghma hai dilkash taraana (Toofaan)(1954) Singer-Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Wahid Qureshi, MD-S D Batish

Lyrics

mohabbat ka naghma hai
mohabbat ka naghma hai
dilkash taraana
dilkash taraana
dilkash taraana
mohabbat ka naghma hai
jise gaaye lekin na samjhe zamaana
na samjhe zamaana
mohabbat ka naghma hai

mohabbat ka khat dil lagaana nahin hai
mohabbat ka khat dil lagaana nahin hai
mohabbat do aansu bahaana nahin hai
mohabbat hai geeton bhara wo fasaana
jise gaaye lekin na samjhe zamaana
na samjhe zamaana
mohabbat ka naghma hai

gulon se mohabbat to bulbul jataaye
gulon se mohabbat to bulbul jataaye
maza jab hai kaanton ko dil se lagaaye
bada hi kathin hai mohabbat ka gaana
jise gaaye lekin na samjhe zamaana
na samjhe zamaana
mohabbat ka naghma hai

mohabbat ko samjha to parwaana samjha
mohabbat ko samjha to parwaana samjha
ke jalne ko ye zindagi paana samjha
ye nanhi si jaan ga gayi wo taraana
jise gaaye lekin na samjhe zamaana
na samjhe zamaana
mohabbat ka naghma hai


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Blog Day : 3621 Post No. : 14433

The Golden era of HFM was well and truly over after 1980s, with Disco “music” sounding the death knell of HFM as we knew till then. In these “music”, lyrics were all but dispensed with.

HFM continued to have a few nice songs even during the “disco” era. There were still some artists who refused to compromise with quality and refused to stoop to the new low that was set as the new standards of HFM post 1980.

“Saagar”(1985) was one such movie whose music felt like a breath of fresh air during that era. This movie had come from the stables of a well known and well respected production house, one that had given us “Sholay”(1975).

“Saagar”(1985) was Produced by G P Sippy and directed by Ramesh Sippy. The movie had Rishi Kapoor, Kamal Haasan, Dimple Kapadia, Saeed Jaffrey, Shafi Inamdaar, Nadira, A K Hangal, Madhur Jaffrey, Satish Kaushik, Goga Kapoor, Kiran Vairale, Lilliput, Shobha Khote, Sudhir Pandey, Sharat Saxena, Mushtaq Merchant, Jairaj etc in it.

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

Here is the fourth song from “Saagar”(1985) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Kishore Kumar. Jawed Akhtar, who wrote the script of “Sholay”(1975) alongwith Salim Khan as Salim Jawed, had turned a lyricist by then. “Saagar”(1975) was one of the first (if not the first) movies where he penned lyrics.

R D Burman composed the music.

The song is picturised as a club song where Rishi Kapoor, holding a guitar, is seen lip syncing this song. The song is addressed to his long separated flame (played by Dimple Kapadia). Rishi Kapoor and Dimple Kapadia had last actded together in “Bobby”(1973) which was the launch vehcle for Rishi Kapoor as well as Dimple Kapadia. while Rishi Kapoor successfully got launched and established, Dimple Kapadia, in a surprise movie married Rajesh Khanna and vanished from films. It was more than one decade later that she was persuaded to make comeback to movies. She made quite a stunning comback in movie like “Aitbaar”(1985) and “Saagar”(1985).

Music of these movies were quie stunning and played stellar roles in the box office success of these movies.

The song under discussion is one such song. It remains a timeless classic to this day.


Song-Ho chehra hai ya chaand khila hai (Saagar)(1985) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Jawed Akhtar, MD-R D Burman
Chorus

Lyrics

ho chehra hai yaa chaand khila hai
zulf ghaneri shaam hai kya
saagar jaisi aankhon waali
ye to bata tera naam hai kya
chehra hai yaa chaand khila hai
zulf ghaneri shaam hai kya
saagar jaisi aankhon waali
ye to bata tera naam hai kya

arre tu kya jaane teri khaatir
kitna hai betaab ye dil
tu kya jaane dekh rahaa hai
kaise kaise khwaab ye dil
dil kehtaa hai tu hai yahaan
to jaataa lamhaa thham jaaye
waqt ka dariyaa behte behte
is manzar mein jam jaaye
toone deewaanaa dil ko banaayaa
is dil par ilzaam hai kya
saagar jaisi aankhon waali
ye to bata tera naam hai kya

ho aaj mai tujhase door sahi
aur tu mujhse anjaan sahi
tera saath nahin paaun to
khair tera aramaan sahi

lalalalala
lalalalala
lalalalala
lalalalala
lalalalalala
lalalalalaa
laalaalaa

ho ye armaan ho
shor nahin ho
khaamoshi ke mele hon
is duniya mein koi nahin ho
ham donon hi akele hon
tere sapne dekh rahaa hoon
aur meraa ab kaam hai kya
saagar jaisi aankhon waali
ye to bataa tera naam hai kya
chehra hai yaa chaand khila hai
zulf ghaneri shaam hai kya
saagar jaisi aankhon waali
ye to bata tera naam hai kya


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Blog Day : 3620 Post No. : 14425

“Himmat”(1941) was directed by Roop K Shoreyfor Kamala Movietone Limited, Punjab. The movie had Ragini, Majnu, Beg, Radha, Zahoor Shah, Manorama, Ghulam Qadir, Mala, Malti, Ramesh, Ranchhod, Jaan etc in it.

The movie had ten songs in it. One song has been covered in the blog and that was long back in 2012.

Here is the second song from “Himmat”(1941). This song is sung by Umrazia Begam and Karimdad Khan. Aziz Kashmiri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Pt Govindram.

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


Song-Ye baat bata saajan (Himmat)(1941) Singers-Umrazia Begam, Karimdad Khan, Lyrics-Aziz Kashmiri, MD-Pt Govindram

Lyrics

Ye baat bata saajan
haan aan aan aan
Ye baat bata saajan
tum bin jee na lage
haaye saajan
haan aan aan aan
mujhe ho gaya kya saajan n n
mujhe ho gaya kya saajan
tum bin jee na lage
haaye saajan

ye baat bata sajni
haan aan aan
ye baat bata sajni
mujh pardesi par
haaye sajni
haan aan aan
kiyaa jaadoo kya sajni ee ee
kiyaa jaadoo kya sajni
mujh pardesi par
haaye sajni

aao phoolon se pyaar karen
haan aan aan aan
aao phoolon se pyaar karen
kabhi nahin bichhdenge
haaye saajan
haan aan aan aan
ham ye iqraar karen aen aen
ham ye iqraar karen
kabhi nahin bichhdenge
haaye saajan
aao phoolon se pyaar karen
haan aan aan haan
aao phoolon se pyaar karen
preet ki baazi mein
haaye sajni
haan aan aan
ham jeet aur haar karen aen
haan aan aan aan
ham jeet aur haar karen
preet ki baazi mein
haaye sajni

aitbaar dilaana mujhe
haan aan aan aan
aitbaar dilaana mujhe
tum pardesi ho
haaye saajan
haan aan aan aan
kahin chhod na jaana mujhe ae ae
kahin chhod na jaana mujhe
tum pardesi ho
haaye saajan
aitbaar dilaana mujhe
haan aan aan aan
aitbaar dilaana mujhe
main pardesi hoon
haaye sajni
haan aan aan
kahin bhool na jaana mujhe ae ae ae
kahin bhool na jaana mujhe


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 : 3619 Post No. : 14424

Mohammed Rafi – Duets – ‘अ’  से  ‘ह’ तक  (From ‘अ’ to ‘ह’) – 15
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‘झ’ – झुक के ज़मीन चूम रहा आसमान ॰ ॰ ॰

बस्ती बस्ती पर्वत पर्वत गाता जाये बंजारा  ॰ ॰ ॰

Over the hills and through the valleys; on lonely roads and barren deserts; be it crowded cities or a lonely boatman – there is always a song, and your voice with it, don’t have to search far. . .

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What a gem of discovery this song is. I can’t recall having heard it earlier. The film is ‘Dhoop Chhaaon’ from 1954. The film itself is not so unfamiliar – three songs of this film are already showcased on our blog. Although of course it is lesser known than its more famous same name predecessor from 1935. Btw, there is another film by the same name in 1977 also.

But this song – such a melodious creation it is, and a surprise that it has remained obscure for such a long time.

The 1954 ‘Dhoop Chhaaon’ is produced by MO Suhel for the banner of Suhel Art Productions, Bombay and is directed by SM Raza. Geet Kosh lists 9 songs for this film, all composed by Aziz Hindi. Four song writers are listed – Manohar Khanna, Jaan Nisar Akhtar, Arshi Ajmeri and Khaawar Zamaa. This song is from the pen of Jaan Nisar Akhtar. An interesting aside, the name of assistant music director is listed as Madan Sachdev. I wonder if this is the same person as S Madan, who gave music for the 1960 film ‘Batwaara’. I request other knowledgeable friends and readers to please comment on this observation.

The star cast is listed as Shyama, Bharat Bhushan, Agha, NA Ansari, Krishna Kumari, Shameem, Mumtaz, Maqbool, A Roshan, Ahmed, and S Nazeer. And I just recalled something, and confirmed with the anniversaries list. 12 June, that is this past Tuesday, was the birth anniversary of Shyama. And yesterday, 14th June, was the birth anniversary of Bharat Bhushan. Given that they are the lead pair in this film, it is more than likely that this duet song is picturized on them. Earlier this week I was thinking of doing a post on Shyama, but could not get to it. This song turns out to be a bonus in that respect, reviving the memories of these two stalwart artists of Hindi cinema.

A lovely melodious song that is seems to have missed the attention of music lovers. Since I traced out this song on YT, I have heard it many times and simply do not seem to be getting over it. I am sure you will enjoy too.

 

Song – Jhuk Ke Zameen Choom Raha Aasmaan  (Dhoop Chhaaon) (1954) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Mohammed Rafi, Lyrics – Jaan Nisar Akhtar, MD – Aziz Hindi
Mohammed Rafi + Asha Bhosle

Lyrics

aaa aaaaaa
aaaaaa aaaa aaaaaaaaa
aaaaa aaaaaaaa aaaa aa

jhuk ke zameen choom raha aasmaan
aaj galey mil rahe dono jahaan
phir kyon na milen kyon na hum saajna
phir kyon na milen kyon na hum saajna
jhuk ke zameen choom raha aasmaan
aaj galey mil rahe dono jahaan
phir kyon na milen kyon na hum saajna
phir kyon na milen kyon na hum saajna

dekho sajan kaisi har shai pe khushi chhaayee hai
baat mohabbat ki ban aayi hai
aaj miley do dil
milne ki ghadi aayi hai
kaisi haseen aaj ki tanhaai hai
jhoom raha kab se umangi samaan
choom rahi phool ka munh titliaan
phir kyon na milen kyon na hum saajna
phir kyon na milen kyon na hum saajna
jhuk ke zameen choom raha aasmaan
aaj galey mil rahe dono jahaan
phir kyon na milen kyon na hum saajna
phir kyon na milen kyon na hum saajna

nazron mein lehren hain
haathon mein tera haath hai
mera jahaan aaj mere saath hai
kitni jawaan kaisi rangeen mulaqaat hai
saath mein armaanon ki baraat hai
kehti huin pyaar bhari daastaan
beh rahin saagar ki taraf naddiyaan
phir kyon na milen kyon na hum saajna
phir kyon na milen kyon na hum saajna
jhuk ke zameen choom raha aasmaan
aaj galey mil rahe dono jahaan
phir kyon na milen kyon na hum saajna
phir kyon na milen kyon na hum saajna

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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आ आ
आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ

झुक के ज़मीन चूम रहा आसमान
आज गले मिल रहे दोनों जहां
फिर क्यों ना मिलें क्यों ना हम साजना
फिर क्यों ना मिलें क्यों ना हम साजना
झुक के ज़मीन चूम रहा आसमान
आज गले मिल रहे दोनों जहां
फिर क्यों ना मिलें क्यों ना हम साजना
फिर क्यों ना मिलें क्यों ना हम साजना

देखो सजन कैसी हर शै पे खुशी छाई है
बात मोहब्बत की बन आई है
आज मिले दो दिल
मिलने की घड़ी आई है
कैसी हसीं आज की तनहाई है
झूम रहा कबसे उमंगीं समां
चूम रही फूल का मुंह तितलियाँ
फिर क्यों ना मिलें क्यों ना हम साजना
फिर क्यों ना मिलें क्यों ना हम साजना
झुक के ज़मीन चूम रहा आसमान
आज गले मिल रहे दोनों जहां
फिर क्यों ना मिलें क्यों ना हम साजना
फिर क्यों ना मिलें क्यों ना हम साजना

नज़रों में लहरें हैं
हाथों में तेरा हाथ है
मेरा जहां आज मेरे साथ है
कितनी जवां कैसी रंगीन मुलाक़ात है
साथ में अरमानों की बरात है
कहती हुईं प्यार भरी दास्ताँ
बह रहीं सागर की तरफ नद्दीयां
फिर क्यों ना मिलें क्यों ना हम साजना
फिर क्यों ना मिलें क्यों ना हम साजना
झुक के ज़मीन चूम रहा आसमान
आज गले मिल रहे दोनों जहां
फिर क्यों ना मिलें क्यों ना हम साजना
फिर क्यों ना मिलें क्यों ना हम साजना


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 : 3616 Post No. : 14416

Missing Films of 1960s – 74
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In 1940, a film by the name ‘Thief Of Tatar’ was released. Then in 1955 came another film titled ‘Tatar Ka Chor’. And after another 13 years, in 1968, came the film ‘Tatar Ki Haseena’. Just like the ‘Alibaba’ of Arbian Nights and the ‘Thief Of Baghdad’, the Tatar subject also seemed to hold a special interest for Hindi film makers for some time.

The name Tatar applies to an ethnic community of people, originating from the mountains of Mongolia. Originally, these people formed nomadic tribes that moved westward from the Mongol region and over the centuries, spread out all the way to Central Asia and Eastern Europe. The name Tatar first appeared in the 5th century AD. Tatars are essentially different from Mongols; however historically, they have moved together across the Asian continent. The Tatar tribes accompanied Genghis Khan on his conquest of the central and south Asian territories. They mingled with the tribes of the Central Asia and the Turkish people. For a period of history they formed kingdoms and empires in the regions that are now known as the Central Asian republics. In fact, there continues to be a Republic of Tatarstan as part of the current Russian Federation. Currently, about 6.5 million people spreading from Mongolia, China and Siberia in the east, all the way to Poland and Slovakia in the west, claim Tatar roots and ethnicity.

Just like Genghis Khan, Taimur and Halaku (grandson of Genghis Khan) – the Mongol kings and warriors who became legends that have fascinated the historians and the literati, the stories of the Tatar tribes have held the same romanticism and their legends, tales and histories abound in the Central Asia. And thus, the interest of Hindi film makers and the production of films listed above.

Today, I introduce the 1968 film ‘Tatar Ki Haseena’ on our blog. The film is a costume drama produced under the banner of Daluat Productions and is directed by Aslam Allahbaadi. The cast of actors is listed as Nalini Chonkar, Shah Agha, Sherry, Murad, Preetam, Radhika, Heera Sawant, Jeevankala, Madhumati, Kumud Tripathi, Sadiq, Maqbool, Prince Arjun, Babu Rajpal, Siddi Baba, Anil, Vijay, Meena, Sarosh, Kiran, Raju, and Santosh etc.

The Geet Kosh lists 6 songs for this film, five of which are written by Aslam Allahbaadi and one by M Yusuf. Music direction is by S Kishan. It seems that this probably is the solitary film that Aslam Allahbaadi wrote for. Another name, simply as Aslam appears in the Geet Kosh listings but whether it is the same as the lyricist of this film, is not known definitely. S Kishan as a music director is known to the readers of this blog. He has about a dozen films to his credit in the 1960s and 70s, including four which remained unreleased. Four of his films are already represented on our blog.

Today’s selection from this film is rendered by Suman Kalyanpur. The music is a reminder of the Middle Eastern melodies. The song is an assertion of love. The protagonist, a lady, is addressing her lover, telling about the feelings of her heart – that she would readily give up her life even for him, that she is restrained and helpless and is seeking solace in his benefaction.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request other readers and friends who may have seen this film in its time, to kindly add more information about this film and this song.

‘Tatar Ki Haseena’ makes a debut on our blog today, with this song. Listen to this poignant rendition, and enjoy.

Song – Ho Gayi Tum Se Mohabbat Jaan Bhi Qurbaan Hai  (Tataar Ki Haseena) (1968) Singer – Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics – Aslam Allahbaadi, MD – S Kishan
Suman Kalyanpur + Chorus
Chorus

Lyrics

ho gayi tum se mohabbat jaan bhi qurbaan hai
tu mera mehboob hai
tu hi mera imaan hai
ho gayi tum se mohabbat jaan bhi qurbaan hai
jaan bhi qurbaan hai

dil ke haathon aaj main majboor hoon
paas reh kar bhi main tujh se door hoon
dil ke haathon aaj main majboor hoon
aaa aaa aaaa aaa
paas reh kar bhi main tujh se door hoon
aaa aaa aaaa aaa
ishq mein mar mar ke jeena aashiqon ki shaan hai
tu mera mehboob hai
tu hi mera imaan hai
ho gayi tum se mohabbat jaan bhi qurbaan hai
jaan bhi qurbaan hai

aap ki nazr e inaayat mujh pe gar ho jaayegi
zindagi araam se meri basar ho jaayegi
aap ki nazr e inaayat mujh pe gar ho jaayegi
zindagi araam se meri basar ho jaayegi
dil mein mere bas yahi ik aakhiri armaan hai
ho gayi tum se mohabbat jaan bhi qurbaan hai
jaan bhi qurbaan hai

dil dhadakta hai mera bas aap ke aa jaane se
dil dhadakta hai mera
shamma bhi jal jaati hai parwaane ke jal jaane se
shamma bhi jal jaati hai
dil dhadakta hai mera bas aap ke aa jaane se
shamma bhi jal jaati hai parwaane ke jal jaane se
bewafaa tujh par nichhaawar aaj meri jaan hai
tu mera mehboob hai
tu hi mera imaan hai
ho gayi tum se mohabbat jaan bhi qurbaan hai

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हो गई तुमसे मोहब्बत जान भी क़ुरबान है
तू मेरा महबूब है
तू ही मेरा ईमान है
हो गई तुमसे मोहब्बत जान भी क़ुरबान है
जान भी क़ुरबान है

दिल के हाथों आज मैं मजबूर हूँ
पास रह कर भी मैं तुझसे दूर हूँ
दिल के हाथों आज मैं मजबूर हूँ
आ आ आ आ
पास रह कर भी मैं तुझसे दूर हूँ
आ आ आ आ
इश्क़ में मर मर के जीना आशिक़ों की शान है
तू मेरा महबूब है
तू ही मेरा ईमान है
हो गई तुमसे मोहब्बत जान भी क़ुरबान है
जान भी क़ुरबान है

आप की नज़र ए इनायत मुझ पे अगर हो जाएगी
ज़िंदगी आराम से मेरी बसर हो जाएगी
आप की नज़र ए इनायत मुझ पे अगर हो जाएगी
ज़िंदगी आराम से मेरी बसर हो जाएगी
दिल में मेरे बस यही इक आखिरी अरमान है
हो गई तुमसे मोहब्बत जान भी क़ुरबान है
जान भी क़ुरबान है

दिल धड़कता है मेरा बस आप के आ जाने से
दिल धड़कता है मेरा
शम्मा भी जल जाती है परवाने के जल जाने से
शम्मा भी जल जाती है
दिल धड़कता है मेरा बस आप के आ जाने से
शम्मा भी जल जाती है परवाने के जल जाने से
बेवफा तुझ पर निछावर आज मेरी जान है
तू मेरा महबूब है
तू ही मेरा ईमान है
हो गई तुमसे मोहब्बत जान भी क़ुरबान है


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 : 3615 Post No. : 14415

Mohammed Rafi – Duets – ‘अ’  से  ‘ह’ तक  (From ‘अ’ to ‘ह’) – 13
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‘छ’ – छैल छबीला रंग रंगीला कौन नगर से आया ॰ ॰ ॰

मैं गाउँ तुम सो जाओ ॰ ॰ ॰

Your soothing voice is enough to bring a gentle peace to any restless mind. Yes, you would sing and calmness would descend, settling the perturbations of the mind. There was this promise of some divine massage that would heal the disturbances. Alas, just the recordings remain. . . a poor semblance of the real.

‘Madan Manjari’ from 1961 is promising treasure of wonderful music that came from the mind of Sardar Malik. Three gems of this film are already showcased here on our blog. Today, I bring on this fourth treasure, as the next episode in this series of duets of Rafi Sb.

This is a stunt film directed by Jasubhai Trivedi for the banner of Mukund Pictures of Bombay. All eight songs of this film are written by Hasrat Jaipuri, and are tuned to music by Sardar Malik. The cast of actors is listed as Nalini Chonkar, Manhar Desai, Kammo, Sundar, BM Vyas, Naseem, Tuntun, Shekhar Purohit, Meena, Amarjeet, Ajeet, Anil Kumar, CL Singh, Anwari, Premi, BR Ramchandran, Premlata, Champaklala, and Niranjan Sharma etc.

The voice accompanying Rafi Sb is Kamal Barot. Quite a coincidence that the same pair of voices is also present in the previous song posted (part of the Missing 1960s series). The presentation of this song is very fast paced, and the somewhat less than perfect quality of the sound recording of this presentation, makes it sound somewhat higher pitched than expected.

But a lovely song nonetheless. Enjoy.

Song – Chhail Chhabeela Rang Rangeela Kaun Nagar Se Aaya (Madan Manjari) (1961) Singer – Kamal Barot, Mohammed Rafi, Lyrics – Hasrat Jaipuri, MD – Sardar Malik

Lyrics

chhail chhabeela rang rangeela
kaun nagar se aaya
oye baanki haseena
dil ka nagina
tere liye main laaya
arr rr rr rr jhooth hai allah
arr rr rr rr sach hai vallah
arr rr rr rr jhooth hai allah
arr rr rr rr sach hai vallah
chhail chhabeela rang rangeela
kaun nagar se aaya
haaye baanki haseena
dil ka nagina
tere liye main laaya
arr rr rr rr jhooth hai allah
arr rr rr rr sach hai vallah..aah

dil ke saudaagar laakhon dekhe
pyaar hai heera jaane na koi
pyaar hai heera jaane na koi
pyaar ki keemat hum se poochho..oo..oo
saari umariya pyaar mein khoi
saari umariya pyaar mein khoi
o mere jaana
le nazraana
pyaar ka moti laaya
arr rr rr rr jhooth hai allah
arr rr rr rr sach hai vallah
chhail chhabeela rang rangeela
kaun nagar se aaya
hoye baanki haseena
dil ka nagina
tere liye main laaya
arr rr rr rr jhooth hai allah
arr rr rr rr sach hai vallah..aah

haaye badi chalaak hai duniya
munh pe shabnam dil mein shola
munh pe shabnam dil mein shola
meri mohabbat dhokha na samjho..oo..oo
aaunga le kar pyaar ka dola
aaunga le kar pyaar ka dola
le ke chalunga
prem nagariya
tu hi mere mann bhaaya
arr rr rr rr jhooth hai allah
arr rr rr rr sach hai vallah
arr rr rr rr jhooth hai allah
arr rr rr rr sach hai vallah..aaaah

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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छैल छबीला रंग रंगीला
कौन नगर से आया
ओय बाँकी हसीना
दिल का नगीना
तेरे लिए मैं लाया
अर्र र्र र्र र्र झूठ है अल्लाह
अर्र र्र र्र र्र सच है वल्लाह
अर्र र्र र्र र्र झूठ है अल्लाह
अर्र र्र र्र र्र सच है वल्लाह
छैल छबीला रंग रंगीला
कौन नगर से आया
हाए बाँकी हसीना
दिल का नगीना
तेरे लिए मैं लाया
अर्र र्र र्र र्र झूठ है अल्लाह
अर्र र्र र्र र्र सच है वल्लाह॰॰आह

दिल के सौदागर लाखों देखे
प्यार है हीरा जाने ना कोई
प्यार है हीरा जाने ना कोई
प्यार की कीमत हमसे पूछो॰॰ओ॰॰ओ
सारी उमरिया प्यार में खोई
सारी उमरिया प्यार में खोई
ओ मेरे जाना
ले नज़राना
प्यार का मोती लाया
अर्र र्र र्र र्र झूठ है अल्लाह
अर्र र्र र्र र्र सच है वल्लाह
छैल छबीला रंग रंगीला
कौन नगर से आया
होय बाँकी हसीना
दिल का नगीना
तेरे लिए मैं लाया
अर्र र्र र्र र्र झूठ है अल्लाह
अर्र र्र र्र र्र सच है वल्लाह॰॰आह

हाए बड़ी चालाक है दुनिया
मुंह पे शबनम दिल में शोला
मुंह पे शबनम दिल में शोला
मेरी मोहब्बत धोखा ना समझो॰॰ओ॰॰ओ
आऊँगा ले कर प्यार का डोला
आऊँगा ले कर प्यार का डोला
लेके चलूँगा
प्रेम नगरिया
तू ही मेरे मन भाया
अर्र र्र र्र र्र झूठ है अल्लाह
अर्र र्र र्र र्र सच है वल्लाह
अर्र र्र र्र र्र झूठ है अल्लाह
अर्र र्र र्र र्र सच है वल्लाह॰॰आह

 


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