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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 : 3737 Post No. : 14689

Mohammed Rafi – Duets – ‘अ’  से  ‘ह’ तक  (From ‘अ’ to ‘ह’) – 26
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‘भ’ – भैया रे भैया नैया छूआओ ना’ ॰ ॰ ॰

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चंदा का दिल टूट गया
के रोने लगे हैं सितारे ॰ ॰ ॰ 

कुछ ऐसा ही हुआ था उस दिन, जिस दिन तुम्हारे कूच की खबर आई थी॰ ॰ ॰

[Something as such, happened that fateful day, when the news of you departure came. . .]

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Today’s song is a wonderfully crafted song. And is euqally well performed and filmed.

The scenario is familiar – Shri Ram, accompanied by Sita ji and Lakshman, are travelling on foot, after departing from Ayodhya, for their sojourn of 14 years in the forest. They come to Shringverpur on the banks of river Ganga. To cross the river, Shri Ram requests the boatman to ferry them in a boat. Kevat, the boatman, at first refuses to ferry them. He has heard of the incident at the deserted ashram of Gautam Rishi, where by the mere touch of the dust from the feet of the Lord, Sati Ahilya who had been cast into stone by the curse of her husband, Gautam Rishi, came to life once again. Kevat cites that incident, and expresses apprehension that if by the touch of the dust from the feet of the Lord, his boat made of wood, would also come to life in the form of a lady, then what would become of him. Not just that he would lose his only source of income, and the only occupation he knows, he would have the additional burden of another member added to the family.

Much to the chagrin of Lakshman, Kevat dithers and dilly-dallies. And then he agrees on one condition – that the Lord should permit him to wash His feet, ostensibly to wash off any dust from the divine feet, and only then allow the trio to step on to his boat.

This event from the Ramayan is well known. It is so beautifully presented here in this song. The film is ‘Bharat Milap’ from 1965. The verses of this song are penned by Bharat Vyas, and the music is from the mind of Vasant Desai. The words are so beautifully crafted and the verses are embellished – अलंकृत is the word. The melodic construction is also very pleasing. It is a quick paced song, based on the folk music of the rural North India. The singing voices are of Rafi Sb and Kamal Barot.

On screen, the song is performed by Sunder, and a lady actor I am not able to identify and name. I request knowledgeable readers and friends to please help make the identification. The duo is accompanied by other members of the village community, and the song is presented as a group dance.
[Note: Thanks to Pramod ji and Prakash ji, the lady dancers are identified as Jeevankala, Manjula, Sheela Ramchandra, Aruna.]

The other main players in this scene are Shri Ram, Sita ji and Lakshman. Indrani Mukherjee plays the role of Devi Sita. As per IMDB listing of cast and crew, Anand Ashish Kumar plays the role of Ram. As far as Lakshman, I am not able to identify and name the actor playing that role.
[Note: Thanks to Pramod ji for correction to the name of he actor in the role of Ram.]

All in all, a very lilting, very pleasing and a very energetic presentation. Lovely song.

Song – Bhaiya Re Bhaiya Re Bhaiya Naiya Chhuaao Na  (Bharat Milap) (1965) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Kamal Barot, Lyrics – Bharat Vyas, MD – Vasant Desai
Male Chorus
Female Chorus
All Chorus

Lyrics 

dhum tak
hey tak dhum tak
dhum tak
hey tak dhum tak
ho taa naa dere naa dere naa taa naa dere naa
hoooom
ho taa naa dere naa dere naa taa naa dere naa

uhun aahoon uhun aahoon uhun aahoon uhun aahoon

bhaiya re bhaiya re bhaiya ho..oo

dhum tak
hey tak dhum tak

ho bhaiya re bhaiya re bhaiya naiya chhuaao na
in ke paiyyan se ye naiya chhuaao na
bhaiya re bhaiya re bhaiya ho..oo
bhaiya re bhaiya re bhaiya naiya chhuaao na
in ke paiyyan seye naiya chhuaao na
bhaiya re bhaiya re bhaiya ho..oo

hum ne suni kahaani
gaaon waalon ki jabaani
jadu waala hai re ye ramaiyya
oho oho oho oho oho..oo
hum ne suni kahaani
gaaon waalon ki jabaani
jadu waala hai re ye ramaiyya
jadu waala hai re ye ramaiyya
jadu waala hai re ye ramaiyya
daiya re daiya re
ik patthar chhuaa to
jhat ban gayi phat se lugaiya
daiya daiya daiya
daiya re daiya re
ik patthar chhuaa to
jhat ban gayi phat se lugaiya
jhat ban gayi phat se lugaiya
jhat ban gayi phat se lugaiya
hey hey bhaiya re bhaiya re bhaiya ho..oo
bhaiya re bhaiya re bhaiya naiya chhuaao na
in ke paiyyan seye naiya chhuaao na
bhaiya re bhaiya re bhaiya ho..oo

bhori bhori batiyaan
suratiyaa suhaani hai
to batiyon mein mat phas jaiyo
hmmmmmm
arey haa..aan
bhori bhori batiyaan
suratiyaa suhaani hai
to batiyon mein mat phas jaiyo
batiyon mein mat phas jaiyo
batiyon mein mat phas jaiyo
saaf safaai kar
paaon dhoaai kar
peechhe naiya mein bithaio
ehe ehe ehe..ae
saaf safaai kar
paaon dhoaai kar
peechhe naiya mein bithaio
peechhe naiya mein bithaio
peechhe naiya mein bithaio
e he he bhaiya re bhaiya re bhaiya ho..oo
bhaiya re bhaiya re bhaiya naiya chhuaao na
in ke paiyyan seye naiya chhuaao na
bhaiya re bhaiya re bhaiya ho..oo
dhum tak tak
dhum tak
dhum tak
o tak dhum tak

oo oo ooo ooooooo
ooooooo oooooooooo
ooooooooo ooooooooooo
hum bhi kevat prabhu
tum bhi kevat ho to
bhaichaara hum se nibhaio
prabhu ji bhaichaara hum se nibhaio
oo ooo ooo
nadiya ke paar
nadiya ke paar lagaayen tumhen tum
hum ko bhi paar lagaiyo
haaaaye hum ko bhi paar lagaiyo
bhav saagar se paar lagaiyo
ho ho
bhav saagar se paar lagaiyo
e he he bhaiya re bhaiya re bhaiya ho ho..oo
dhum tak tak
tak tak dhum tak tak
tak tak
dere na dere na taa naa dere na
hoom hoom
dere na dere na taa naa dere na
dhum tak tak
tak tak dhum tak tak
tak tak
dere na dere na taa naa dere na
hoom hoom
dere na dere na taa naa dere na
oo oo ooo ooooooo

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Hindi Script Lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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धुम तक
हे तक धुम तक
धुम तक
हे तक धुम तक
हो ता ना देरे ना देरे ना ता ना देरे ना
हूम
हो ता ना देरे ना देरे ना ता ना देरे ना

उहूं आहूँ उहूं आहूँ उहूं आहूँ उहूं आहूँ

भैया रे भैया रे भैया हो॰॰ओ

धुम तक
हे तक धुम तक

भैया रे भैया रे भैया नैया छूआओ ना
इनके पइय्यन से ये नैया छूआओ ना
भैया रे भैया रे भैया हो॰॰ओ
भैया रे भैया रे भैया नैया छूआओ ना
इनके पइय्यन से ये नैया छूआओ ना
भैया रे भैया रे भैया हो॰॰ओ

हमने सुनी कहानी
गाँव वालों की जबानी
जादू वाला है रे ये रमइय्या
ओहो ओहो ओहो ओहो ओहो॰॰ओ
हमने सुनी कहानी
गाँव वालों की जबानी
जादू वाला है रे ये रमइय्या
जादू वाला है रे ये रमइय्या
जादू वाला है रे ये रमइय्या
दैय्या रे दैय्या रे
इक पत्थर छूआ तो
झट बन गई फट से लुगईय्या
दैय्या दैय्या दैय्या
दैय्या रे दैय्या रे
इक पत्थर छूआ तो
झट बन गई फट से लुगईय्या
झट बन गई फट से लुगईय्या
झट बन गई फट से लुगईय्या
हे हे भैया रे भैया रे भैया हो॰॰ओ
भैया रे भैया रे भैया नैया छूआओ ना
इनके पइय्यन से ये नैया छूआओ ना
भैया रे भैया रे भैया हो॰॰ओ

भोरी भोरी बतियाँ
सुरतिया सुहानी है
तो बतियों में मत फंस जइय्यो
हम्ममममम
अरे हाँ॰॰आँ
भोरी भोरी बतियाँ
सुरतिया सुहानी है
तो बतियों में मत फंस जइय्यो
बतियों में मत फंस जइय्यो
बतियों में मत फंस जइय्यो
साफ सफाई कर
पाँव धोआई कर
पीछे नैया में बिठईओ
ऐहे ऐहे ऐहे॰॰ऐ
साफ सफाई कर
पाँव धोआई कर
पीछे नैया में बिठईओ
पीछे नैया में बिठईओ
पीछे नैया में बिठईओ
ऐ हे हे भैया रे भैया रे भैया हो॰॰ओ
धुम तक तक
धुम तक
धुम तक
ओ तक धुम तक

ओ ओs ओss ओsssssss
ओssssss ओsssssssss
ओssssssss ओssssssssss
हम भी केवट प्रभु
तुम भी केवट हो तो
भाईचारा हम से निभईओ
प्रभु जी
भाईचारा हम से निभईओ
ओ ओss ओss
नदिया के पार
नदिया के पार लगाएँ तुम्हें तुम
हम को भी पार लगईओ
हाए हम को भी पार लगईओ
भव सागर से पार लगईओ
हो हो भव सागर से पार लगईओ
ऐ हे हे भैया रे भैया रे भैया हो हो॰॰ओ
धुम तक तक
तक तक धुम तक तक
तक तक
देरे ना देरे ना ता ना देरे ना
हूम हूम
देरे ना देरे ना ता ना देरे ना
धुम तक तक
तक तक धुम तक तक
तक तक
देरे ना देरे ना ता ना देरे ना
हूम हूम
देरे ना देरे ना ता ना देरे ना
ओ ओs ओss ओsssssss

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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 : 3595 Post No. : 14351

Mohammed Rafi – Duets – ‘अ’  से  ‘ह’ तक  (From ‘अ’ to ‘ह’) – 9
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‘ख’ – खुश कर दिया तूने मेरे रामा

गीत गाता हूँ मैं ॰ ॰ ॰

Yes, surely the Almighty God sent you here amongst us, only for singing and to add to the music on this earth. And what a wonderful treasure you have bequeathed to the lesser mortals of this earth. We shall always be indebted for this tremendous legacy you gave us.

Continuing with Rafi Sb’s duet series after a gap of – goodness, seventy two days. Wow. Anyway, back again with another rollicking duet, this time accompanied by Lata Mangeshkar.

And rollicking is just the word. The setting is Punjabi, the performance is a Punjabi Bhangra dance, and the occasion – one of the most awaited and the most celebrated in Indian families – birth of a male child.

The film is ‘Jeet’ from 1972. The main performers in this group dance song are Randhir Kapoor and Babita. The film being released in 1972, would have been in the making in 1971, the year that this lead pair tied the knot and became a real life couple. Ah but that story for another occasion, another post. Today, we are moving ahead with the duet series of Rafi Sb, getting to the 10th episode in this series, which promises to be long – going thru the entire Devnagri alphabet.

The film is produced under the banner of Babu Movies Combine, and is directed by A Subbarao. Besides the lead pair mentioned above, the other players in the star cast include Rajendra Nath, Rupesh Kumar, Jatin, Nana Palsikar, Anwar Hussain, Jeevan, Sundar, Hari Shivdasani, Dada Mirasi, Keshav Rana, Master Shahid, Heena Kausar, Sanjana, Sulochana Latakar, Manorama, Dulari, and Baby Sudha etc.

The film has six songs, three of which are already showcased on our blog. Goodness, that was 2009, all three songs posted so far. After a gap of nine years, we once again get an opportunity to revisit this film – today’s being the fourth song posted. All songs are written by Anand Bakshi. Music direction is by the duo of Laxmikant Pyaarelal.

On screen, we see a homely set of a village lane with houses lined up close to each other. Randhir and Babita are leading the bhangra dance event, with Sunder also part of the male dance group. In between, we see Dulari holding a baby (well, not looking too much new born, but oh well 🙂 ). There is another lady sitting next to her. I am guessing that she is Sanjana. I request other more knowledgeable readers and friends to please confirm or correct this guess. As per Prakash ji, the other lady is Heena Kausar. Plus, one of the dancers accompanying Babita is Sheela Ramchandran.

The event and the celebration is about the new born child, but quite apparently, the lead pair is spending more lines trying to woo each other and play the romantic love birds. Well in fact, it is just the mukhda lines that talk about the child birth celebrations. The entire verse set for both antaraas is just the romancing between the hero and the heroine. Quite a ‘filmi’ thing, right?

Enjoy this lively bhangra dance song; and I hope to speed up things on this series, let us see. 😉

Video (Partial)

Audio (Full)

Song – Khush Kar Diya Tu Ne Mere Rama (Jeet) (1971) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Anand Bakshi, MD – Laxmikant Pyaarelal

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)
[Based on Audio version]

khush kar diya
o khush kar diya tu ne mere rama
ke munde da main mamma ban gaya
khush kar diya tu ne mere rama
ke munde da main mamma ban gaya
haaye rabba tainu laakh salaama
haaye rabba tainu
haaye rabba tainu laakh salaama
ke munde da tu mamma ban gaya
o khush kar diya tu ne mere rama
ke munde da main mamma ban gaya

oo oo oo
main is paar
te us paar
tu piyaa. . .
main is paar
te us paar
tu piyaa. . .
aayee hain bahaaren
kaise jaayen tere dwaare
mutiaare mere dil ki pukaarein
aayee hain bahaaren
kaise jaayen tere dwaare
mutiaare mere dil ki pukaarein
tere  mere beech mein
lambi lambi galiyaan te
uchchi uchchi jag ki deewarein
o kaise beeten
o kaise beeten
judaai diaan shaamaan
ke munde da main mamma ban gaya
khush kar diya tu ne mere rama
ke munde da main mamma ban gaya

oo oo oo oo
jindri na rol
aaja kol soniye. . .
jindri na rol
aaja kol moniye. . .
chhat se pukaare
jatt kar ke ishaare
hatt ho na jaaye meri badnaami
chhat se pukaare
jatt kar ke ishaare
hatt ho na jaaye meri badnaami
darr mat baandh ke sehra
main bana doonga
tujhko main munde di maami
mach gaya
mach gaya pind wich hangaama
ke munde da tu mamma ban gaya
o khush kar diya tu ne mere rama
ke munde da main mamma ban gaya

haaye. . .
ye dil ye jaan
do jahaan
maang le. . .
ye dil ye jaan
do jahaan
maang le. . .
dena na tu dhokha
sainyaan khushi ka hai mauka
suchche motiyon ki main to loongi maala
dena na tu dhokha
sainyaan khushi ka hai mauka
suchche motiyon ki main to loongi maala
taange mein bitha ke
boley sair kara doon
main hoon muflis taange waala
tera reshmi
tera reshmi kurta pajama
ke munde da tu mamma ban gaya
haaye rabba tainu laakh salaama
haaye rabba tainu
haaye rabba tainu laakh salaama
ke munde da tu mamma ban gaya
o khush kar diya tu ne mere rama
ke munde da main mamma ban gaya

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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खुश कर दिया
ओ खुश कर दिया तूने मेरे रामा
के मुंडे दा मैं मामा बन गया
खुश कर दिया तूने मेरे रामा
के मुंडे दा मैं मामा बन गया
हाय रब्बा तैनू लाक्ख सालामां
हाय रब्बा तैनू
हाय रब्बा तैनू लाक्ख सालामां
के मुंडे दा तू मामा बन गया
ओ खुश कर दिया तूने मेरे रामा
के मुंडे दा मैं मामा बन गया

ओ ओ ओ
मैं इस पार
ते उस पार
तू पिया॰ ॰ ॰
मैं इस पार
ते उस पार
तू पिया॰ ॰ ॰
आई हैं बहारें
कैसे जाएँ तेरे द्वारे
मुटियारे मेरे दिल की पुकारें
आई हैं बहारें
कैसे जाएँ तेरे द्वारे
मुटियारे मेरे दिल की पुकारें
तेरे मेरे बीच में
लंबी लंबी गलियाँ ते
उच्ची उच्ची जग की दीवारें
ओ कैसे बीतें
ओ कैसे बीतें
जुदाई दियाँ शामाँ
के मुंडे दा मैं मामा बन गया
खुश कर दिया तूने मेरे रामा
के मुंडे दा मैं मामा बन गया

ओ ओ ओ ओ
जींदड़ी ना रोल
आजा कोल सोनिए॰ ॰ ॰
जींदड़ी ना रोल
आजा कोल मोनिए॰ ॰ ॰
छात्त से पुकारे
जाट्ट करके इशारे
हट्ट हो ना जाए मेरी बदनामी
छात्त से पुकारे
जाट्ट करके इशारे
हट्ट हो ना जाए मेरी बदनामी
डर मत बांध के सेहरा
मैं बना दूँगा
तुझको मैं मुंडे दी मामी
मच गया
मच गया पिंड विच हंगामा
के मुंडे दा तू मामा बन गया
ओ खुश कर दिया तूने मेरे रामा
के मुंडे दा मैं मामा बन गया

हाय॰ ॰ ॰
ये दिल ये जान
दो जहान
मांग ले॰ ॰ ॰
ये दिल ये जान
दो जहान
मांग ले॰ ॰ ॰
देना ना तू धोखा
सैंया खुशी का है मौका
सुच्चे मोतियों की मैं तो लूँगी माला
देना ना तू धोखा
सैंया खुशी का है मौका
सुच्चे मोतियों की मैं तो लूँगी माला
टाँगे में बैठा के
बोले सैर करा दूँ
मैं हूँ मुफलिस टाँगे वाला
तेरा रेशमी
तेरा रेशमी कुर्ता पाजामा
के मुंडे दा तू मामा बन गया
हाय रब्बा तैनू लाक्ख सालामां
हाय रब्बा तैनू
हाय रब्बा तैनू लाक्ख सालामां
के मुंडे दा तू मामा बन गया
ओ खुश कर दिया तूने मेरे रामा
के मुंडे दा मैं मामा बन गया


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 : 3474 Post No. : 13953

The film ‘Tere Mere Sapne’ is an intense personal favorite, as are many of Vijay Anand’s films. This film is a very sensitive, rational and balanced view of the healthcare systems in our country, especially in the rural areas. Of course, the time frame is of 1960s (the film released in 1971). The medical profession and healthcare systems have seen unbelievable transformations, especially the brazen and vulgar commercialization of this profession, that was once considered a hallowed service of the people. But maybe more of that later.

I like this film, in all its aspects. I know when this film was released, there were many articles in magazines and newspapers, trying to find and point out technical and medical faults with the film’s many medical scenarios. It was like pointing out the defects in a mango, that one is no doubt enjoying, but still complaining that the skin of the mango is too thick or too thin. 🙂 My counter to this discussion was – please, hold on, this is a film, a dramatization of human situations. The director is trying to tell a story, about a very important profession in the society, attempting to exhibit certain ground realities, and also trying to suggest some approaches. It is not a treatise on anatomy or cardiology, that should be scientifically perfect, but does not tell a story.

In my humble opinion, all aspects of this film are very creditable – be it the storyline development, be it the dialogues and dialogue delivery, be it the performances by individual actors – no matter what is the time that character spends on the screen, be it the pace at which the tale progresses, be it the subtle and overt messages it intends to present, or be it the music and the songs – each one of them being a gem status song. I am sure the readers are familiar with the many songs of this film, and they will agree to this statement. Neeeraj, the poet, and Sachin Da (SD Burman) have collaborated to create and bring a set of such beautiful and meaningful songs. And when one tops that with Vijay Anand’s handling of the song picturization scenarios, it is like ‘सोने पे सुहागा’.

Let us take today’s song for example. This is the penultimate song of this film to be posted (and yes, we should be on the lookout for a Yippeee call for this film, very shortly 🙂 ). The story revolves around a small town, and the small hospital this town has. The senior doctor in this hospital (role played by Mahesh Kaul), who founded this hospital, is in the evening of his life. He is part paralyzed, and not fully capable to handle his duties as the Chief Medical Officer. His wife (role played by Paro), on the other hand, rules the hospital with an iron hand, and does not allow the inability of her husband to manage the setup, to be exposed to the outside world or to the regulatory authorities. Another senior doctor in the hospital is Dr Kothari (role played by Vijay Anand), who has given up his battle with the complexities of life, and is drowning himself in drink, in the anonymity of this small out of the place village. Into this scenario steps in Dr Anand (role played by Dev Anand). A recent graduate, he is fresh young mind with hallowed dreams of serving the poor people.

The situation for the song is that an elderly couple in the village (roles played by Sapru and Dulari), very hesitatingly and bashfully announce to the doctors at the hospital that they are on way to the first child in their lives. There is happiness and good news scenario, punctuated by the sad news that the child, when born, is not breathing. Dr Kothari, the gaynecologist, is drunk and out cold, not in a position to even wake up. Dr Anand saves the day, and brings the child back into the living world, by attempting to and cleaning his windpipe which was blocking the child’s breathing. It is a day of salvation and new life for this old couple. Of course, celebration has to follow.

So the family has a celebration at their home, and this song, a dance by Jaishree T, is part of that celebration. Dr Anand is present, along with other invitees from around the village. Also present is Nisha (role played by Mumtaz) a school teacher in the local school. Of course, the amorous developments have already taken place between the new young doctor and this pretty school teacher. It is a match made in heavens, as they say. OK, but the rest of the story at another time. 😉

As with everything else in this film, even this dance is such an exquisite piece of performance. As I said earlier, in the hands of a master director like Vijay Anand – it has to be so. The performance is nothing short of a full blown onslaught on the senses, that it does not leave anytime for the viewer to breathe. The pace of music is so fast. The lyrics and words are tumbling right on top of each other. Neeraj has knitted together the words that catch you trying to keep pace with understanding them while hearing the next line. Burman Da’s melody, no matter is delivered at Presto speed, and one has to be very alert to keep pace with the music, still comes out to be an exquisite song delivery.

And the performance by Jaishree T – probably the best I have seen from her. The choreographer, Hiralal, has done a real great job in conceptualizing this dance. You may watch it more than once to check – no movements are repeated, even if the lines are being repeated. The dance goes from one breathless set of movements to the next, without a respite. The three minutes and some seconds performance just leaves one breathless, trying to keep pace with the words, the melody, the dancers movements, the dancers expressions – everything so perfectly blended together into a swirl of a pleasurable whirlwind experience. Just watch when Jaishree T dances and moves to the line – ‘sheeshi hoon kewde ke paani’. Or for that matter, just pick any line, and each line is expressed through her movements so exquisitely.

The performance and the words of the song, also work to further develop, whatever it is that is developing between the young doctor and the pretty schoolteacher, for one can catch them exchanging furtive glances as the performance progresses.

A lovely song, a fantastic performance, that I for one, simply am not tired watching it again and again. View, and enjoy, this onslaught on the senses. Exquisite performance all around.

 

Song – Mera Saajan Phool Kamal Ka, Kali Main Raat Rani Ki  (Tere Mere Sapne) (1971) Singer – Asha Bhosler, Lyrics – Neeraj, MD – SD Burman

Lyrics

mera saajan
o mera saajan phool kamal ka
kali main raat rani ki
raat ki rani chameli ki khushboo
sheeshi hoon kewde ke paani
kali main raat rani ki
mera saajan phool kamal ka
kali main raat rani ki

meri najaakat
hai lakhnauwa
choodi hai meri ajmer ki
choli silaai maine
dilli mein jaa ke
saari hai pehni chander ki
meri najaakat
hai lakhnauwa
choodi hai meri ajmer ki
choli silaai maine
dilli mein jaa ke
saari hai pehni chander ki
ras ki pyaali phoolon ki daali
laali main joban jawaani
kali main raat rani ki
mera saajan phool kamal ka
kali main raat rani ki
mera saajan
mera saajan phool kamal ka
kali main raat rani ki

haaye
simmi jaisi raja
naak hamaari
saayera baanu jaisi chaal re
nakhre mere mumtaaj jaise
sadhna jaise mere baal re
simmi jaisi raja
naak hamaari
saayera baanu jaisi chaal re
nakhre mere mumtaaj jaise
sadhna jaise mere baal re
sone ki chidia
aafat ki pudia
gudia hoon main japaani
kali main raat rani ki
mera saajan
ho mera saajan phool kamal ka
kali main raat rani ki
raat ki rani chameli ki khushboo
sheeshi hoon kewde ke paani
kali main raat rani ki
mera saajan phool kamal ka
kali main raat rani ki

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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मेरा साजन
ओ मेरा साजन फूल कमल का
कली मैं रात रानी की
रात की रानी चमेली की खुशबू
शीशी हूँ केवड़े के पानी
कली मैं रात रानी की
मेरा साजन फूल कमल का
कली मैं रात रानी की

मेरी नजाकत
है लक्खनन्व्वा
चूड़ी है मेरी अजमेर की
चोली सिलाई मैंने
दिल्ली में जा कर
साड़ी है पहनी चंदेर की
मेरी नजाकत
है लक्खनन्व्वा
चूड़ी है मेरी अजमेर की
चोली सिलाई मैंने
दिल्ली में जा कर
साड़ी है पहनी चंदेर की
रस की प्याली फूलों की डाली
लाली मैं जोबन जवानी
कली मैं रात रानी की
मेरा साजन फूल कमल का
कली मैं रात रानी की
मेरा साजन
मेरा साजन फूल कमल का
कली मैं रात रानी की

हाए
सिम्मी जैसी राजा
नाक हमारी
सायेरा बानू जैसी चाल रे
नखरे मेरे ममताज़ जैसे
साधना जैसे मेरे बाल रे
सिम्मी जैसी राजा
नाक हमारी
सायेरा बानू जैसी चाल रे
नखरे मेरे ममताज़ जैसे
साधना जैसे मेरे बाल रे
सोने की चिड़िया
आफ़त की पुड़िया
गुड़िया हूँ मैं जापानी
कली मैं रात रानी की
मेरा साजन
हो मेरा साजन फूल कमल का
कली मैं रात रानी की
रात की रानी चमेली की खुशबू
शीशी हूँ केवड़े के पानी
कली मैं रात रानी की
मेरा साजन फूल कमल का
कली मैं रात रानी की


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Blog Day : 3465 Post No. : 13909

“Bus Conductor”(1959) was produced by Ashok Bhambhri and directed by Dwarka Khosla for Sharda Films, Bombay. the movie had Shyama, Premnath, Amarnath, Maruti, Satish Batra, Sujata, Umesh Sharma, ramlal, Khairati, Narbada Shankar, Ameer NBano, Sadhana, Surya Kumar, Helen, Kanchanmala, Sheila Vaz, Cuckkoo etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Four of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fifth song from “Bus Conductor”(1959) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Rafi, Asha Bhonsle and chorus. Noor Dewasi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Bipin Babul.

Only the audio of this song is available. Guessing from the OP Nayyar like music as well as the lyrics, this song has to be a dance song where the lead pair accompanied by other dancers indulge in this “teasing war” of the genders. The tune alternates between Punjabi folk music and Maharashtrian Lavani folk music.

I have not been able to get a few words right in the lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears and understanding of the languages to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections. I also request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Paas hamaare aayiye aji door se na tadpaaiye (Bus Conductor)(1959) Singers-Rafi, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Noor Dewasi, MD-Bipin Baabul
Male chorus
Female chorus

Lyrics

paas hamaare aayiye
aji door se na tadpaayiye
yaad mein teri raat raat bhar
dil se nikle haaye
o balle
o balle
o balle
haath main jodoon jaaiyiye
na sabzbaagh dikhlayiye
are jhooth tu bole baat baat mein
sharm na tujhko aaye
hoy
hoy
hoy

o o o
jis dil mein kisi ka pyaar nahin
wo paththar hai dildaar nahin
tu baaten kar bekaar nahin
yahaan chalega tera waar nahin
aakhaan mann lo saada soneyo
kaahe ko tarsaaye
o balle
o balle
o balle
haath main jodoon jaayiye
na sabzbaagh dikhlaayiye

aa aa aa aa aa
kaaye naache bhaangda chhi chhi chhi
baba hamsa hathoda ji ji ji
aai ga
kaaye naache bhangda chhi chhi chhi
baba hamcha hathoda ji ji ji

patli kamar hai tirchhi nazar hai
chaangli hi baai
ji haan ji haan ji
ji haan ji haan ji
ji haan ji haan ji ji
bagey sundar hai pora
rang bhi hai gora
moonchhen hain bal khaayi ee
ji haan ji haan ji
ji haan ji haan ji ji
ji haan ji haan ji ji
dil dil se milaa lo ji ji ji
haaye rama duhai hai ji ji ji
ji ji ji

shaava

le paas main tere aa gayi
le teer nazar ke kha gayi
ab to dede haath haath mein kaahe ko sharmaaye
haaye
haaye
haaye
oye sadke jaawaan goriye
oye ganne di ye poriye
tu ho jiske saath saath
wo maat kabhi na khaaye
o balle
o balle
o balle
yeaah haha ha
o balle balle balle balle balle
he he he he he
hoy hoy hoy hoy hoy
balle balle balle balle balle
haay haay haay haay haay
hoy hoy hoy hoy hoy
balle balle balle balle balle


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.

This article is Peevesie’s mom’s 200th writeup in the blog

Hullo Atuldom

I had a message from Atulji after he posted my last contribution: “Your next write-up will be your 200th. So, make that a special write-up. 🙂 ”. And my reaction was “oh maa”. I didn’t realise I had done 200 posts. I knew I was within touching distance of the double century but not just one run away. But then here it is and I must thank Atulji for posting 99% of all that I have written and sent him since 2012.

Mere yaar ko mere allah de ek chaand sa pyaara lalla was my first post ever in any blog. I remember what I had sent him was one long unstructured post. Atulji was good enough to edit it to look readable. Plus the lyrics that I had sent had to be corrected for spellings etc. Before the song from “Dacait” I used to only send lyrics of those songs which I thought everyone will like and enjoy.

The first person to tell me “now that you have started writing please don’t stop” was my daughter, our Peevesie. I think I have kept my promise to her. My next post came around 15 days later for the birthdates of Amitabh and Rekha and since then whenever I think of a song I try to write something around that particular actor or actresses’ birthdays. That means I don’t write daily but about once in a week or 10 days.

My 100th post came up with this Sanjeev Kumar-Vidya Sinha song from “Hiraasat” and that first 100 took me a little more than three years. Now this next 100 posts have come in two years, so, just goes to show how much addiction I have developed in writing “for the blog”. And no, I have never tried to find rare songs only tried for different combinations. I also try my best to write and send a post for some dates in the calendar of this blog in addition to birthdates of Amitabh, Rekha, Kishore Kumar etc.

Now today is also a birthdate of an actress of the time when I was growing up. She was a style icon in her times. She proved that a girl clothed in western outfits was as much an Indian as a girl in a saree or salwar suit. She was unconventional in her style of dressing as well as the roles she chose. Consider this- you debut in a sister role to a hero and in your next movie with the same hero you try to woo him. Cut to two years later you again pair up with the actor and this time as his romantic co-star, this was something unheard of in an industry which said once a sister always a sister.

But without rebelling against the norms of the industry she gained a foothold in Bollywood and went on to be the favourite of the masses. B.R Chopra (whose anniversary was on 8th of this month) cast her in the role of a lady caught in a difficult marriage early on in her career and later he showed faith in her and this time cast her as rape- survivor who kills her tormentor when she finds that he has committed the same crime on her younger sister. Okay I agree my preamble is getting very confusing. I am talking of Zeenat Aman or Zeenie baby as her fans used to call her. The two B.R. Chopra films are “Dhundh” and “Insaaf Ka Tarazu”. The other movies that I referred to were- “Hare Rama Hare Krishna”, “Heera Panna” and “Ishk Ishk Ishk”- all with Dev Anand (she did about seven movies with Dev Anand.)

Zeenat Aman was liked by the audiences no matter whom she was paired with whether Amitabh, Vinod Khanna, Dharmendra, Sanjeev Kumar etc. Oh yes, she had paired romantically with Sanjeev Kumar too. Remember “Manoranjan” “Takkar” etc. She was friendly with her female co-actors too as could be seen when she appeared in an episode of “Koffee with Karan” with Hema Malini. There have been movies where she has co-starred with Parveen Babi, Shabana Azmi, Moushmi Chatterjee etc.

I am spoilt for choice as to which song to present today. I can choose from any of the movies I have mentioned or a song with any of the co-stars I have listed. I am choosing a song with the co-stars I listed, in fact a song which features three talented ladies- Parveen Babi, Shabana Azmi and our dear birthday girl Zeenie. It is from the 1982 Umesh Mehra directed “Ashanti”. It had a huge star cast led by Rajesh Khanna and Mithun Chakravarty with the above-mentioned ladies and Amrish Puri. The music director was R.D. Burman and lyricist was Anand Bakshi. Today’s song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Lata Mangeshkar. We have Mithun and Rajesh Khanna in disguise for that matter even the girls are dressed as Lavani dancers.

Happy Birthday Zeenat dear. Wish you all health and happiness today and forever.


Song-Laungi mirchi main Kolhapur ki (Ashanti)(1982) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-R D Burman
All

Lyrics

suniye
main jis sheher mein jaati hooon
kehte hai sheher ke log
arey saare seher ko lag jaata hai
mere prem ka rog
kehta thha ye ek paagal thaane ka pahreder
ho o o o
arey tere aashiq bhare hain andar
paagal hain do chaar aar
hhaa aaa aa aa
o bach ke rahna
phir na kehna
laungi mirchi main kolhapur ki
lagi toh mushkil hogi
ho laungi mirchi main kolhapur chi
lagi toh mushkil hogi
si si karte phiroge ji ji
si si karte phiroge ji ee ee
lagi toh mushkil hogi

laungi mirchi main kolhapur chi
lagi toh mushkil hogi
laungi mirchi main kolhapur ki
lagi toh mushkil hogi
si si karte phiroge ji ji
si si karte phiroge ji ee ee
lag gayi toh mushkil hogi

ho laungi mirchi main kolhapur ki
daajiba
lagi toh mushkil hogi
haan

aisi tikhat main aisi karaari
kuchh mat poochho baat
ik baabu ne pakad liya thha
ik din raste mein haath
aisi tikhat main aisi karaari
kuchh mat poochho baat
ik baabu ne pakad liya thha
ik din raste mein haath

bechaare ki chutti ho gayi ee ee ee hi hi
bechaare ki chutti ho gayi
aisa ho gaya haal
log uthha ke le gaye usko seedha haspataal
bachke rehna
phir na kahna

laungi mirchi main kolhapur ki
daajiba
lagi toh mushkil hogi
laungi mirchi main kolhapur ki
pahuna
lagi toh mushkil hogi
haan

bade badon ke chhakke chhoote
sun kar mera naam
aate jaate karte hain sab
door se mujhe salaam

bade badon ke chhakke chhoote
sunkar mera naam
aate jaate karte hain sab
door se mujhe salaam
ek gali ka ladka mujhse
ae ae ae ae he
ek gali ka ladka mujhse
kar baitha thha preet
aaj talak gaata phirta
galiyon mein yahi geet

o bach ke rahna
phir na kehna
ho laungi mirchi main kolhapur ki
pahuna
lagi toh mushkil hogi
ho laungi mirchi main kolhapur ki
dajiba
lagi toh mushkil hogi
haan

waise to main sharmeeli hoon
lekin mere hazoor
mirchi mirchi hoti hai
nahin hoti koi khajoor
bhool se ik deewaana mera aa aa ho
bhool se ik deewaana mera
dil baitha thha maang
wahin hai baithha
jahaan pe maine
todi uski taang

o bach ke rahna
phir na kahna
ho laungi mirchi main kolhapur ki
pahuna
lagi toh mushkil hogi
laungi mirchi main kolhapur li
lagi toh mushkil hogi
si si karte phiroge ji ji
si si karte phiroge ji ee ee
lagi toh mushkil hogi
ho laungi mirchi main kolhapur ki
dajiba
lag gayi toh mushkil hogi
haan


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“Mere Hamsafar” (1970) was directed by Dulal Guha for Labela Films, Bombay. This movie had Sharmila Tagore, Jeetendra, Balraj Sahni, Jeevan, Laxmi Chhaya, Suresh, Shammi, Mohan, Sheri Prakash, Thoppa, Keshto Mukherjee, Sunder etc in it.
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People who are experienced Hindi movie watchers will know that songs and dance play the same role in these movies as the term “black hole” plays in Astronomy. Wherever in doubt, introduce a song and dance (or a black hole) as the case may be and your target audience is satisfied. 🙂
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Missing Films of 1960s – 18
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In presenting this series, we are dealing with a very familiar era, when the radio was a prevalent medium and a big support to bring film songs to the listening public. More songs were heard, more songs got stored in the collective memory, and yes, compared to the earlier decades, a much larger percentage of films had their music released on gramophone records, and hence a much larger number of film songs are available. And yet, there are still a few films for which any audio or video material has not surfaced in the public domain. I will provide some statistics for 1961 and 1962, when I close the decade of 1962, three or four episodes hence.
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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.

Earlier in the morning today, I received an email.  Antaraa Mondal, film journalist and a good friend, sent me a link.  This link is for an interview of Majrooh Sultanpuri by Peeyush Sharma, originally recorded in 1993.  And republished today.  On the anniversary of his birth.  I read through the interview.  I find quite a bit of discussion of Majrooh Sb’s working with another stalwart, music director SD Burman.  Quite a coincidence that it is the birth anniversary of Burman Dada also today.
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Songs to Tickle Your Memory – 24
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It is not that Arvinder ji has requested this song loong back. His request is fairly recent. But he has been so consistently persistent that he has been reminding me at least twice a day (somedays even more than twice) to post this song. A song that has been in the memory for oh so long. But he could not find it anywhere on the internet and YouTube. When he checked with me a few days ago, I confirmed to him that yes, I have it. Then last week, it so happened that he was riding with me in my car, and I had the very CD in the player, that contains this song. When the song played, wow, the excitement on his face was something that has to be seen to be believed.
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