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This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, 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 : 3542 Post No. : 14218

Hullo Atuldom

9+2=11
11+3= 14
14+4= 18

“Confused”? “Flummoxed” or I should be asking “stumped”? Of course, all the words mean the same. I am sure the additions that I have done to open this post have set people thinking.

Well it has something to do with the last three songs that were posted from the movie “Mome Ki Gudiya” (that is how “mom” was spelt in the title card and the movie’s censor certificate dated 12th April 1972). The famous website Hindigeetmala.net lists four songs for the movie, but as I sat through the movie to recheck I found the movie had five songs. I think HFGK will also give the same number, the song “Bandhan toote na sanwariya” comes twice then the number of songs count will be six.

“Reshma jawaan ho gayi” is the first song in the movie; posted with a post by Sudhirji. That song happens when Tanuja who plays Sheel takes objection to being called “chutki”.

“Whenever I had been to Brindavan I have seen shooting of Hindi and South India movies. Except for the last time.
Now It has gone to dogs. The flowers have wilted and trees are dried up. Please do not take your parents as one has to walk compulsorily for few kilometres”.

This was our Nitin Shah’s comment after the above song. I must say I had a similar experience when I visited Brindavan this year, in the month of January. The flowers were not there but some lighting still happens, they have a musical fountain show and most of the fountains were working but I suppose visiting the place in summer might disappoint a tourist as there will be little water in the dam.

“Baaghon me bahaar aayi” is the second song which plays when Sheel and Ravi (Ratan Chopra) are on their honeymoon. It is picturised in Brindawan Gardens of Mysore. The movie’s makers have thanked the people and government of Mysore state for cooperating in the making of the movie. (A small doubt- was Mysore still a separate state in 1971/ 72 ?). This was the first song from the movie to be posted on the blog.
[Ed note:- Mysore was a separate state since 1956. It was renamed as Karnataka in 1973]

The third song from the movie that is posted happens at karwa chauth. “Bandhan toote na sanwariya” occurs just before climax. Post the song Sheel shoots her mama Shaligram played by Jeewan just as he tries to stab Ravi.

So that then are the three posts for this movie posted in 2009, 2011 and 2014 – there I have explained 9+2 and 11+3. We are in 2018 i.e 14+4 simple 🙂

I sat through the movie before writing this post and here is the gist of the movie:

Ravi, the only son of wealthy widower Rai Bahadur Gangaram, falls in love with fellow-collegian, Sheel, but is shocked to find that she is to be his future step-mother. His father decides to step away, lets the couple get married, and shortly thereafter passes away. A few months later, Sheel gets pregnant and her parents as well as her maternal uncle, Shaligram, come to visit her. It is during this visit that Ravi will find out that Sheel has been living a secret life, and the real reason why she married him. Devastated, he will face even more trauma and scandal when the Police will arrest his wife for murder.

The secret of Sheel’s life is that her parents (Paro and Rashid Khan) and mama use her to lure rich old men into marriage and see to it that Sheel doesn’t consummate the marriage. And a few days after marriage they decamp with the rich man’s wealth. One such old man is Om Prakash who tries to force himself on Sheel but she injures him and flees thinking she has killed him. Another secret of Sheel’s life is that she has been kidnapped by the trio in infancy from Nasir Hussain’s haveli. This fact is unearthed by Premnath when he appears in court to defend Sheel.

So that then is what the movie was all about. 🙂

I think “Dolly ki Doli” which came in 2015 had a similar story of a young con-girl marrying into rich families.

The song with this post is the fourth song in the movie. It comes in Sheel’s dream when Ravi tells her “how much he has waited for her?” Etc. etc. It is a rather long song. It is in the voice of Anand Bakshi. This movie had two songs that were sung by Anand Bakshi. After sitting through the movie I felt the voice suited the actor perfectly. Another thing that I found was this was the debut of Anand Bakshi as a singer.

The movie opens by paying shraddhanjali to composer Jaikishan the composer who was part of three of Mohan Kumar’s initial movies.

Today (March 30th, 2018) is the 16th death anniversary of Anand Bakshi. He who gave us songs which sounded as if written by a common man. Such simple words to convey normal feelings leke a good-bye “achcha toh hum chalte hai”; monetary lessons “aamdani athannee kharcha rupiaya”; a man’s plight after marriage “brahma o brahma”; a host of lullabies “sooyi ja tara”, “aakhiyon mein chote chote sapne sajaayeke” (to list just two); roothna-manaana “Rona kabhi nahin rona”, “nahin main nahin dekh sakta tujhe rote huye” and songs with roadside Romeo kind of lyrics “jumma chumma de de”.

He has written songs for three films with the title “Majboor”; two “Mehbooba” (one of which released in 2008 six years after he had passed away). He was a master with words and if I may say- in the same league as Majrooh Sultanpuri in the sense that he had a long career of almost 40 years and wrote similarly simple lyrics and was always in demand by all film makers.

He had an ambition to be a singer too which was showcased in a few songs for which he used to sing the opening lines etc. I had discovered a song where he had given playback along with Bhupinder, Manna Dey and Kishore Kumar for “Sholay” but unfortunately that song never featured in that movie. I was aware of one full length song in “Mome Ki Gudiya” but before I sat to write this post I found that was already posted. But I am not upset as I found a very beautiful song from the same movie but it is rather long almost 6 minutes. Here it is:-

Audio

Video


Song-Main dhoondhh raha thha sapnon mein (Mome Ki Gudiya)(1972) Singer-Anand Bakshi, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

main dhoondhh raha thha sapnon mein
tumko anjaanon apnon mein
main dhoond raha thha sapnon mein
tumko anjaano apno me
raaste me mujhe ek phool mila toh maine kaha
maine kaha
ae phool tu kitna sundar hai
lekin tu raakh hai mauj nahin
ja mujhko teri khoj nahin
main dhoondhh raha tha sapnon mein

main deewaana anjaane mein
ja pahuncha phir maikhaane mein
raste mein mujhe ik jaam mila to maine kaha
maine kaha
ae jaam tu kitna dilkash hai
lekin tu haar hai jeet nahin
ja teri meri preet nahin
main dhoondhh raha thha sapnon mein

main badhkar apni hasti se
guzra taaron ki basti se
raste mein mujhe phir chaand mila to maine kaha
maine kaha
ae chaand tu kitna raushan hai
par dilbar tera naam nahin
ja tere bas ka kaam nahin
deepak ki tarah jalte jalte
jeevan path par chalte chalte
raste mein mujhe sansaar mila to maine kaha
maine kaha
sansaar tu kitna achcha hai
lekin zanjeer hai dor nahin
ja tu mera chitchor nahin
main dhoondhh raha thha sapnon mein

kuchh aur chala main banjaara
toh dekha mandir ka dwaaraa
mandir mein mujhe bhagwaan mila toh maine kaha
maine kaha
bhagwaan tera ghar sab kuchh hai
lekin saajan ka dwaar nahin
pooja pooja hai pyaar nahin
beeta ke chain akele mein
pahuncha saawan ke mele mein
mele mein tumhe jab dekh liya to maine kaha
maine kaha
tum hi toh ho
tum hi toh ho
chitchor mere
man meet mere
tum bin pyaase thhe geet mere
hmmhmm oooo hmmm
oooo hmmmmm oooo
hmmmm hoooo aaaa
hmmmm hoooo aaaa
hmmmm hoooo hoo

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This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, 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 : 3459 Post No. : 13881

Hullo to all in Atuldom

Wishing A.R. Rahman a very Happy Birthday!!! He turns 51 today. This music director started his life at a young age of 11 when he played in the orchestra of composers of the stature of Illyaraja, M. S. Viswanathan, M.K. Arjunan (of the Malayalam industry) etc. He has accompanied Zakir Hussain (Hindustani music), Kunnaikudi Vaidyanathan (Carnatic music) etc. on world tours. He is a trained Key- board player along with mastering the piano, synthesizer, harmonium and guitar but is a self-confessed fan of the synthesizer as he feels it is an ideal combination of music and technology. He is known to combine western classical music and carnatic music with folk, reggae, jazz rock etc which gives hours of listening pleasure.

His debut in movies came after his stint as a jingle composer for ads. His first movie was Mani Ratnam’s “Roja” (1992) which got him that year’s national award. His Bollywood debut came in 1995 with Ram Gopal Varma’s “Rangeela” though he was already famous in the Hindi-speaking regions of India through the dubbed versions of his South-Indian films.

Today on his birthday we will have a song from his Hindi debut film “Rangeela”. This movie is the story of a young girl (Urmila Matondkar) who is a chorus dancer in the movies with a passion for filmy dances. She has a childhood friend (Amir Khan) who sells movie tickets outside cinema halls in black. There is also Jackie Shroff who plays a matinee idol who spots this chorus dancer as she practices in the early morning hours on the beach side. He promotes her in the industry and she becomes a star but when it comes to love and marriage, she goes back to her childhood friend. So that then was the story of Rangeela in short.

Today’s song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Aditya Narayan and Mehboob was the lyricist. The song is Urmila’s dream sequence where she is seen dancing through the streets of Navi Mumbai and the local train station in that area of Mumbai. This movie got A.R. Rahman two of his fifteen (Hindi) Filmfare awards – Best Music and R D Burman award for best new talent. {He has sixteen Filmfare awards for his South Indian films}. The movie gave Urmila Matondkar and her designer Manish Malhotra instant recognition in the movies. The film marked the return of Asha Bhonsle with two songs, she had long retired from accepting playback singer awards like her sister. She received a Filmfare special award for the other song – Tanha tanha yahaan pe jeena”.


Song-Yaai re yaai re zor laga ke naache re (Rangeela)(1995) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Aditya Narayan, Lyrics-Mehboob Kotwal MD-A R Rahman

Lyrics

yaai re
yaai re
zor laga ke naache re
yaai re
yaai re
mil ke dhoom machaaye re
chal mere sang sang
le le duniya ke rang
ho ja rangeela re
rang rang rangeela re
yaai re
yaai re
zor laga ke naache re
yaai re
yaai re
mil ke dhoom machaaye re
chal mere sang sang
le le duniya ke rang
ho ja rangeela re
rang rang rangeela re

itne chehron mein apne chehre ki pehchaan toh ho
pehchaan toh ho
bade bade naamon mein apna bhi naam o nishan toh ho
pehchan toh ho
jeene mein phir toh kya baat ho o
din naya aur nayi raat ho o
har ghadi bas khushi saath ho o o
yaai re
yaai re
zor laga ke naache re
yaai re
yaai re
mil ke dhoom machaaye re
chal mere sang sang
le le duniya ke rang
ho ja rangeela re (rangeela re)
rang rang rangeela re (rangeela re)

arrey
yaaron mere paas toh aao
meri mushqil door bhagaao
cadbury bole main meetha hoon
amul bole main meetha hoon
horlicks bole main achchha hoon
complan bole main achchha hoon
kya sabne socha main bachcha hoon
chocolate khane me tension hai
doodh peene mein tension hai
tension tension tension

laanat hai ji us par
duniya mein hi rehkar
duniya me jo jeene ke andaaz ko naa jane
maathe ya haathon pe
chaand ya taaron mein
kismat ko dhoondhe par khud mein kya hai ye naa jaane
khudpe hi hamko yakeen ho,
mushkilen raah ki aasaan ho
donon haathon mein ye jahaan ho o
yaai re
yaai re
zor laga ke naache re
yaai re
yaai re
mil ke dhoom machaaye re
chal mere sang sang
le le duniya ke rang
ho ja rangeela re
rangeela re ae
rang rang rangeela re
rangeela re


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Today (24 december 2017) is an important day for HFM lovers. It is the birth anniversary of the one and only Mohammad Rafi (24 december 1924- 31 july 1980).

Even those Indians who are not into HFM became aware to today being Rafi sahab’s birthday as soon as they opened the google browser. Today’s google has a Rafi google doodle on its home page for Indian visitors. A click on this doodle takes visitor’s to wikipedia’s page on Rafi.

We in this blog know much more about Rafi than the information contained on the wikipedia link of Rafi, of course. This is a day when we pay our tributes to Rafi by writing special articles and discussing Rafi songs that are not yet covered in the blog.

Though the blog is supposed to have seen lots and lots of Rafi related articles today, so far we have had only two articles. Our regulars made comments in our whatsapp group like “Avinash ji has scored the first run on the blog today.” followed by Raja’s “hurriedly” written article with the comment “have just sent the post. Hurriedly done. A test player, forced to bat in a T20. 🙂 ”

Raja was feeling like a test player of 1970s who is more comfortable scoring 36 in 60 overs rather than one who is required to score at a strike rate of knots sending the balls to all corners like tracer bullets. :).

If Raja felt like Gavaskar, then I felt like Dhoni, who would play the sheet anchor role even in T20 till 19 overs, who would then try to score all the runs in the final over. 🙂

when we discuss anniversaries of HFM artists, we tend to look back at the career of the artist, remembering his memorable songs. We have done it many times in the past. Seeing that many of us tend to think of cricket even while discussing HFM, I have been trying to bring a cricketing concept in the blog- viz statistics. These days I try to present a statistical analysis of artists which is my way of paying tribute to the artist. Seeing that HFM statists are not readily available, I have to do the statistical analysis myself. The results that I get are often very interesting.

Take the statistics of Rafi for instance. It is known that Rafi sang just under 5000 songs in HFM during his 35 years career from 1944 till 1980. But what about deeper into these statistics ? Doing ABC analysis on them for instance.

I did just that and I came up with some interesting results.

Rafi worked with 14 major composers who composed more than 100 songs each with him. These 14 major composers composed 2763 songs with Rafi which works out to about 56 % of all Rafi songs.

These music directors are:

Music Directors wise songs
Music Director No of songs in the career with Rafi
Laxmikant Pyarelal 409
Shankar Jaikishan 388
Chitragupta 280
Ravi 271
O P Nayyar 217
Kalyanji Anandji 191
Madan Mohan 165
Naushad 159
R D Burman 129
N Datta 120
Usha Khanna 117
Sonik Omi 110
S D Burman 106
S N Tripathi 101
Total 2763

Then there are 45 music directors who composed in double figures (viz between 10 to 99) with Rafi. Together they composed 1530 songs with Rafi.

So these 59 composers composed 4293 Rafi songs viz 86 % of all Rafi HFM songs.

Then there is this figure of 173 music directors who composed between one to nine songs each with Rafi. Their total output adds up to 517 songs which may look small, but it is a figure bigger than the HFM career aggregates of some well known and even legendary playback singers.

Laxmikant Pyarelal, who worked the most with Rafi composed 8 % of all Rafi songs in HFM. Laxmikant Pyarelal worked with Rafi is a whopping 174 movies. I find it interesting that Anand Bakshi penned as many as 267 out of these 409 songs, whereas Majrooh Sltanpuri is a distant second with just 55 songs. Rafi and Laxmikant Pyarelal worked with 22 lyricists, and some well known lyricists viz Gulshan Bawra, Bharat Vyas, Santosh Anand etc penned just one Rafi song each for Laxmikant Pyarelal.

“Khilona”(1970) is one of the 174 movies where Laxmikant Pyarelal employed the voice of Rafi. In fact, Laxmikant Pyarelal tended to use Rafi’s voice in every movie where they composed, unless they were specifically asked to use some other voice. Laxmikant Pyarelal could not use Rafi in “Bobby”(1973) because Raj Kapoor specifically wanted Shailendra Singh’s voice for Rishi Kapoor in this movie. But later on, Laxmikant Pyarelal used Rafi’s voice with a vengeance for Rishi Kapoor in his subsequent movies where Laxmikant Pyarelal were the music directors.

“Khilona”(1970) was directed by Chandar Vohra for Prasad Productions, Madras. the movie had Sanjeev Kumar,, Mumtaz, Jeetendra, Durga Khote, Bipin Gupta, Ramesh Deo, Chaand Usmaani, Shabnam, Malika, Jaishree, Shatrughan Singha, Jagdeep, Aruna Roy, Mridula, Jagnu Jain, Guddi, Master Satyajit etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Four of these songs have been covered in the past. Today, Rafi’s birth anniversary gives us an opportunity to discuss yet another song from the movie.

This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Rafi, Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

The song is picturised as a mujra song. Jeetendra goes to a koha and watches a mujra performance. There he imagines that the mujra is being perfomed by Mumtaz.

I am unable to identify the actress who is actually the mujra performer. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify her.

As can be seen, we have covered nearly half of all Rafi songs, and we still have lots and lots of great Rafi songs yet to be covered. So we will continue to be able to discuss Rafi songs for many more years to come. Of course I dream of a day when we will be able to cover all the Rafi songs that are available.


Song-Main sharaabi nahin main sharaabi nahin (Khilona)(1970) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Rafi, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

uthh gayi mehfil
bujh gayi shamma
dhal gayi raat gulaabi ja
uthh gayi mehfil
bujh gayi shamma
dhal gayi raat gulaabi ja
ek ghoont bhi aur na tujhko
peene doongi sharaabi ja
sharaabi ja
sharaabi ja
sharaabi ja

hmmm
main sharaabi nahin
main sharaabi nahin
main sharaabi nahin
main sharaabi nahin
aankhon se peene mein kuchh kharaabi nahin
main sharaabi nahin
main sharaabi nahin
main sharaabi nahin
main sharaabi nahin

aah
aah

mujhpe karle yaqeen
main nashe me nahin

aah
aa
mujhpe karle yaqeen
main nashe mein nahin

kisliye phir sanam dagmagaaye kadam
ye hai masti teri sharbati aankh ki
ye nazar hai janaab
ye nahin hai sharaab
rang kya is nazar ka gulaabi nahin
main sharaabi nahin
main sharaabi nahin
main sharaabi nahin
main sharaabi nahin

ab piye to sanam tujhko meri kasam
aah
ab piye to sanam tujhko meri kasam
is tarah rooth kar pher li kyun nazar
aankh bojhal hui khaali botal hui
ji nahin par bhara
aur la
aur la

ek katra nahin
bas zara bhi nahin
tu sharaabi nahin
tu sharaabi nahin
tu sharaabi nahin
tu sharaabi nahin
aankhon se peene mein kuchh kharaabi nahin
main sharaabi nahin
main sharaabi nahin
main sharaabi nahin
main sharaabi nahin


This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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.

Hullo Atulwaasis

I know many followers of this blog are also fans of cricket. I am sure many have their favourite cricket commentators. I will not say Sunil Gavaskar is my favourite commentator but yes, I remember many points that he has made over the years in his commentary. Specially in the period when he had just taken to commentary after his stint as a successful cricketer. This is a point he has made regularly, it can be taken as his advice to young cricketers. He has said and I quote: “always try to reach your milestone run of 50 or 100 with a four or two, never a single.”

He gives an explanation to support this thought “it covers for any short run, or any run which the batsman has scored which has inadvertently been credited to extras.” He further used to advice that in case it was a single that took you to 50 or 100 then it is always good to follow it up with a single or two to cover up for inadvertent wrong markings. It seems this was the advice his coach gave him. It makes sense but must have been true for the age and time when computers had not yet stepped in and replaced manual score cards.

Why did I start my post with the above thoughts? Is today’s post of mine cricket based? No! it is just my first single after my double hundred. I remember I had waited for about six balls oops! 😉 days after my first hundred to write a post or find an occasion to write. But this time around I have found the perfect ball (occasion) to hit a defensive stroke needed for a quick single.

Today our dear Golden Zulfonwali turns a year older. She used to say her name was “Chin Chin Chu” asked us to live life whole heartedly as “Kitty Kelly”. And I hope we have not run out of songs picturised on her considering we have 237 of her songs on the blog already. She must be the only female actor whose songs we have as a separate category on our blog.

Oh yes, I am talking of Helen Khan a.k.a Helen Ann Richardson meaning our very own Helen. She has always had a special place in the hearts of cine-lovers. I have heard people relate how at one time distributors used to force producers and directors to insert a situation so that a dance by Helen could be included in the movie. Also costume designers have related how she used to patiently wait when they used to stitch her various outfits on her body and how she had developed a habit of picking up accessories like hats, feathers, stoles and furs etc on her various trips, things which she later used on her costumes. She has acted in about 700 movies (not sure of the exact number). I have seen her in two Tamil songs too- one with Shivaji Ganesan and other with Rajnikanth in “Billa” (a remake of ‘Don’) where she had the role of Kamini as in the original “Don”

Wishing our darling Helen, a very healthy semi-retired life. I say semi-retired as she makes an appearance on-screen once every few years when she finds roles appropriate to her age. She has danced in a few of them too. Today we have song from the time when she was at her peak. It is a dance where her outfit has fruits stuck in them. Then she has the top of a lampshade for a cap. the song shows her enjoying herself. It is a song where Radha Saluja fantasises that her husband Kiran Kumar is being willingly seduced by Helen in the 1973 film ‘Aaj Ki Tazaa Khabar’. It is sung by Asha Bhonsle, written by Hasrat Jaipuri and music is by Shankar Jaikishan.

Wish you a very Happy Birthday dear Helen.


Song-Khilta hua shabaab hai (Aaj Ki Taaza Khabar)(1973) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics

ha ha haha hahaha
aa jaa

khilta hua shabab hai
aise me kuchh
ha ha haha hahaha

khilta hua shabab hai
aise me kuchh kaho
mausam bhi  lajawaab hai
aise me kuchh kaho
ye hey
ey hey
ye hey
ooooooo
khilta hua shabab hai
aise me kuchh kaho
mausam bhi  lajawaab hai
aise me kuchh kaho

ae
hmmmm
hahaha haha
aankhon mein bhi nasha hai
baahon mein bhi nasha hai
saanson mein bhi nasha hai
aahon me bhi nasha hai
aankhon mein bhi nasha hai
baahon mein bhi nasha hai
saanson mein bhi nasha hai
aahon me bhi nasha hai
ey hey
oo ho
ho ho
nasha hai
sara badan sharaab hai
aise me kuchh kaho
mausam bhi lajawaab hai
aise me kuchh kaho

arre
hmm
ha haha
ye raat naujawaan hai
khoya hua kahaan hai
masti bhara samaan hai
koi na darmiyaan hai
ye raat naujawaan hai
khoya hua kahaan hai
masti bhara samaan hai
koi na darmiyaan hai
re re
ru ru
re re
oooooooo
aur pyaar behisaab hai
aise me kuchh kaho
mausam bhi lajawaab hai
aise me kuchh kaho
hey hey
hey hey
hey hey
hahaha haha

khilta hua shabaab hai
aise me kuchh. . .
———————————————————
Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
———————————————————

हा हा हाहा हाहाहा
आ जा

खिलता हुआ शबाब है
ऐसे में कुछ
हा हा हाहा हाहाहा

खिलता हुआ शबाब है
ऐसे में कुछ कहो
मौसम भी लाजवाब है
ऐसे में कुछ कहो
ये हे
ए हे
ये हे
ऊ॰ ॰ ॰
खिलता हुआ शबाब है
ऐसे में कुछ कहो
मौसम भी लाजवाब है
ऐसे में कुछ कहो


हम्मम
हाहाहा हाहा
आँखों में भी नशा है
बाहों में भी नशा है
साँसों में भी नशा है
आहों में भी नशा है
आँखों में भी नशा है
बाहों में भी नशा है
साँसों में भी नशा है
आहों में भी नशा है
ए हे
ओ हो
हो हो
नशा है
सारा बदन शराब है
ऐसे में कुछ कहो
मौसम भी लाजवाब है
ऐसे में कुछ कहो

अरे
हम्मम
हा हाहा
ये रात नौजवान है
खोया हुआ कहाँ है
मस्ती भरा समां है
कोई ना दरमियां
ये रात नौजवान है
खोया हुआ कहाँ है
मस्ती भरा समां है
कोई ना दरमियां
रे रे
रु रु
रे रे
ऊ॰ ॰ ॰
और प्यार बेहिसाब है
ऐसे में कुछ कहो
मौसम भी लाजवाब है
ऐसे में कुछ कहो

हे हे
हे हे
हे हे
हाहाहा हाहा
खिलता हुआ शबाब है
ऐसे में कुछ॰ ॰ ॰


This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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.

Hullo to all in Atuldom

Only yesterday I saw a rather old episode of the TALK SHOW – back then they used to call it interview (simple)- “Phool Khile Hain Gulshan Gulshan” which Tabassum used to host. I am sure all movie/ music lovers would have seen at least one episode on Friday evenings (I think). I used to try and see it without fail. But the episode (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MFFwOfs1IWw) I saw yesterday on YouTube I don’t recollect having seen in 1983. Just as well since; when I saw it yesterday it was an eye opener. It featured Anand Bakshi the lyricist.

He spoke at length on various topics, but what stuck with me was his answer to Tabassum’s question about the shelf life of songs, why do modern songs fade from public memory as soon as the movie is out of the theatres. (I have provided the link for those interested). He gave example of one the two most famous songs of the Subhash Ghai directed “Karz” (1980). Way back in 1983, when that interview happened, he didn’t expect that “meri umar ke naujawaanon —om shanti om” would remain for long in public memory, but we know otherwise. It is still very much popular so much so that Farha Khan not only used it for her movie title but also used that entire song in her movie. complete with Subhash Ghai directing Rishi Kapoor. That sequence was in Farha Khan’s movie to introduce her protagonist Om.

There is another Subhash Ghai movie of the 80s which people don’t recall that frequently, but it was a big hit back then. It was one of the three super successful movies of Anil Kapoor that year. I know it was later remade into Tamil (Oru Taayin Shabhatham by T. Rajender) and Telugu and Kannada as well. I am talking of Meri Jung (1985) which starred Girish Karnad, Nutan and Amrish Puri (making the older generation) with Anil Kapoor leading the young brigade of Khushboo (his sister) Meenakshi Seshadri, and Javed Jaffery who made his debut in this movie as Amrish Puri’s wayward son; who has Khushboo falling in love with him; which conveniently helps the two warring advocates -Anil Kapoor and Amrish Puri.

Remember once before I had wondered how multi-talented the advocates in our movies are (In this when Vinod Khanna jumped over walls to get something from Leena Chandavarkar’s room). “Meri Jung” has Anil Kapoor just swallowing some medicine which is supposed to be poison in court to prove his client Bina’s innocence. I am sure no one is allowed to touch evidences like that in court but anything is acceptable in Indian movies. Remember one bottle collecting blood directly from three donors at the same time. (which movie I know the readers will guess. 🙂 )

Since we talked of Meri Jung (1985) let us have a song from the movie today. It is a dance number by the oh-so beautiful Meenakshi Seshadri. How I wish she had not quit movies for familial life but then it was her personal choice to leave when still on top. She has left us a treasure trove of great songs to choose from whenever we think of her.

And why am I thinking of her today? Obviously, its her birthday today (16 november 2017). And what better than a dance number. We are just floored by her beauty and why not she was a Miss India. I was a fan of her’s and loved her movie selections- Jurm, Satyamev Jayate, Daamini, Ghaayal, Swati etc and don’t mind excusing he “Shahenshah” “Ganga Jumna Saraswati” etc (who would say know to sharing screen space with the Amitabh Bachchan.) Post her retirement she is settled in the US going back to her first love – classical dances. She runs a dance academy. Here is wishing her health wealth and happiness in life.

Today’s song is sung by Anuradha Paudwal and lyrics are by Anand Bakshi and Laxmi-Pyare are the music composers. The song is a dream of Meenakshi and she gets to dance on Mumbai’s Madh Island on a giant PIANO among other things. People didn’t call Subash Ghai a showman just like that. 🙂


Song-Ae mere khwaabon ke shehzaade (Meri Jung)(1985) Singer-Anuraadha Paudwal, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
All chorus
Female chorus
Male chorus

Lyrics

sa sa sa ga san i ni
ni nire ni dha
dha sa dha pa
ae mere khwaabon ke
khayaalon ke shehzaade
ae mere
khwaabon ke
khayaalon ke shehzaade
ye Mausam
deta hai
aawaazen
tu aa ja re
ae mere
khwaabon ke
khayaalon ke shehzaade

aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa

pa ma ga re sa ni dha pa ma ga
toone bekraaron ko chhed diya
chhed diya
toone bekraaro ko chhed diya
chhed diya
mere dil ke taaron ko
taaron ko chhed diya aa
teri kya
marzi hai
tere kya iraade ae
ae mere
khwaabon ke
khayaalon ke shehzaade

la la la la la
la laaa
laa laa laa

dil dil dil
dil dil dil
dil dil dil
dil dil dil

dil to le liya (dil dil dil)
le liya (dil dil dil)
ab jaan na le
dil to le liya
ab jaan na le
mere sabr ka tu
imtihaan na le
ae
sheeshe ki
gudiya ko
patther se takraa de
ae mere e
khwaabon ke
khayaalon ke shehzaade
ye mausam mm
deta hai ai
aawaazen
tu aa jaa re
ae mere khwaabon ke
khayaalo ke shehzaade
music music music
dance dance dance dance
lets dance with the music
with the music
with the music

lets dance with the music
with the music
music music music
music music music
music music music

la la la laa laa (music music music)
la la laa laa laa (music music music)


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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 is the 5th remembrance day of Rajesh Khanna – the first and only Superstar of Hindi cinema. Today I present on our blog, another lovely nice – hummable song from the movie ‘Bundalbaaz’, sung by Kishore Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar.
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This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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 song is from Gemini Films’ presentation- Raj Tilak-1958.

This film is important for HFM historians for two reasons.
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This article is written by Raja, 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.

On Children’s Day (14th November) we had introduced the children’s film, Dak Ghar (1965) to the blog. This film, produced by the Children’s Film Society of India, is based on the Bengali play of the same name, written by Rabindranath Tagore in 1912.
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This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, 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.

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 39 # Dildaar-1977 #
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In my previous posts I have mentioned about the summer vacatons during my childhood days when I would be watching movies in the company of my Uncles, brothers and cousins. We used to visit the Akola, the nearest city for many reasons (viz buying provisions etc), but watching movies was the main attraction for us – children- to go to Akola.
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This article is written by K Satish Shenoy, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a new 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.

All of us have, arguably, resorted to day dreaming at some point. Daydreaming is a short term flight of our mind and thoughts from one’s immediate existence, during which the mind moves from reality, and into the realm of fantasy, especially one of wishful happening, hopes or ambitions, imagined as coming to pass, which is experienced while being awake. Daydreaming surfaces because there is no rationing or moral policing to check them!. The state of daydreaming is between waking (with the ability to think rationally and logically) and sleeping.
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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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