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Blog Day : 3603 Post No. : 14378

“Mahasati Tulsi Vrinda” (1947), a mythological movie, was directed by Ishwarlal for Jayant Desai Productions, Bombay. The movie had Ishwarlal, Ranjana, Umakant, Reva Shankar, Bhagwandas, Sayyad Ahmad, Kantilal, Sukumar, Vidya Devi, Chandabai, Shabnam, Shanta Bai, Shalini, Lalita etc in it.

The movie had ten songs in it. Here is the first song from the movie to appear in the blog.

The details provided in HFGK suggest that this song is sung by Putul Chatterji which appears incorrect. It is clearly a duet song.

Shalin Bhatt, the uploader of this song and a regular visitor of this blog, quotes Mr Girdharilal Vishwakarma for providing the correct information about the artists of the song. According to him, Saraswati Rane and G M Durrani are the singers. Ishwar Chand Kapoor is the lyricist (HFGK mentions Qamar Jalalabadi as the lyricist).

Music is composed by Ram Ganguly.

With this rare song, ‘Mahasati Tulsi Vrinda’ (1947) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Aao aao aao shyaam aao shyaam murali ki taan (Mahasati Tulsi Vrinda (1947) Singer-Saraswati Rane, GM Durrani, Lyrics-Ishwar Chand Kapoor, MD-Ram Ganguly

Lyrics

aao aao aao shyaam
aao shyaam
sao aao aao shyaam
aao shyaam
murali ki taan sunaao shyaam
aao shyaam
murali ki taan sunaao shyaam
aao shyaam

main deewaani deewaane panchhi
main deewaani deewaane panchhi
deewaani mathura deewaani bansi
murli ki ter sunaao shyaam
aao shyaam
murli ki ter sunaao shyaam
aao shyaam
sao aao aao shyaam
aao shyaam

naacho deewaani
naacho o panchhi
naacho deewaani
naacho o panchhi
naache mathura naache ye bansi
naache mathura naache ye bansi
aaj naache tere sang tere shyaam

krishna shyaam
aaj naahe tere sang tere shyaam
krishna shyaam

charnon mein tere hai vishw saara
charnon mein tere hai vishw saara
poora hai brahmaand trilok saara
poora hai brahmaand trilok saara
diyo moksh mere hridaya raam
krishna shyaam
diyo moksh mere hridaya raam
krishna shyaam

aasha mein naacho
niraasha mein naacho
aasha mein naacho
niraasha mein naacho
bhaav sang naacho sakhi
bhakti sang naacho
bhaav sang naacho sakhi
bhakti sang naacho
main naachoonga janm janm tere dhaam

raadhe rhyaam
main naachoonga janm janm tere dhaam
raadhe shyaam
raadhe shyaam
raadhe shyaam
raadhe shyaam

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Blog Day : 3524 Post No. : 14154

“Ajeeb Ladki” (1952) was directed by Mohammad Ehsan for Tajmahal Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Rehman, Naseem Bano, Cuckoo, Shashikala, Agha, Jayant, Shyam Kumar, Shakuntala, Samson, Kathana, Bakshi, A K Sagar, Munshi Munaqqa etc in it.

“Ajeeb Ladki”(1952) had ten songs in it. As many as nine songs from the movie have been covered in the past.

Here are the songs from “Ajeeb Ladki”(1952) that are showcased in the blog till now:-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Chhodo chhodo ji piyaa mera todo na jiyaa 4210 16-Jul-11
Main banoongi film star 4276 26-Jul-11
Ek bewafa ko dil ka sahaara samajh liyaa 6595 6-Sep-12
O cycle waale baabu 9109 7-Dec-13
Mera haal e dil kaun pehchaanta hai 12526 5-Nov-16
Do dil ki zindagi mein ik baar muskuraa lo 13862 3-Jan-18
Dikhla ke jhalak bas ek nazar 14138 8-Mar-18
Chupchaap chala jaa door na ho magroor o chanda pyaare 14143 9-Mar-18
Suno na logon raag puraana 14148 11-Mar-18

Here is the tenth and final song from “Ajeeb Ladki”(1952) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by G M Durrani, Shamshad Begma and chorus. Shakeel Badayuni is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ghulam Mohammad.

Only the audio of the song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of the song. The song appears to be picturised on a character playing a kaabuliwaala and a lady from Mumbai, as the lyrics of the song suggests. It could be a stage performance song.

With this interesting song, “Ajeeb Ladki”(1952) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Laala rukh laala rukh wai loye sha (Ajeeb Ladki)(1952) Singers-G M Durrani, Shamshad Begam, Lyrics-Shakeel Badayuni, MD-Ghulam Mohammad
all chorus
male chorus

Lyrics

Laala rukh laala rukh wai loye sha
dacha makh dachamakh wai loye sha
Laala rukh laala rukh wai loye sha
dacha makh dachamakh wai loye sha

jaaneman jaanaaneman
jaaneman jaanaaneman
jaaneman jaanaaneman
jaaneman jaanaaneman

dil amaara tumpe aa gaya
o tum hamko bha gaya
tumko akhrot khilaayega wai
tumko angoor khilaayega o

o o o o o
o o o o o
main bambai ki mausambi
tu kaabul ka anaar
meri paanch ghaz ki saadi
teri sau ghaz ki shalwaar
nibhega kaise phir ye pyaar

jaaneman jaanaaneman
jaaneman jaanaaneman
tum jo nibhaayega to nibh jaayegaa
khonche maza aayegaa aa
Laala rukh laala rukh wai loye sha
dacha makh dachamakh wai loye sha

jaane dil qurbaan aan
??
jaane dil qurbaan
amko tumse pyaar hai
dil beqaraar hai
tumko kishmish khilaayega wai
tumko sharbat pilaayega oy
o o o o o
o o o o o
sood pe rupaiyya dete
o laala pakhtooni
meri laaj tu rakh le
teri aamdani ho dooni
nigaahen pher na o baatooni

jaaneman jaanaaneman
jaaneman jaanaaneman
chhodo baaba am na tumse dil lagaayega
o apna paisa khaayegaa
Laala rukh laala rukh wai loye sha
dacha makh dachamakh wai loye sha

oy oy oy
oy oy oy
????
oy


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Blog Day : 3456 Post No. : 13862

Today is 3 january 2018 and we are into the early days of 2018. This is that time of the year when most people feel extremely resolutionary (not to be confused with revolutionary). One regular of our blog commented in our whatsapp group that it is not safe to go on morning walk in these early days of the year as the streets would be full of this highly resolutionary early morning walkers. It is however expected that things would be back to normal after the first week. 🙂

Unlike many who keep away till midnight on new year eve, I went to bed early and when I woke up on first january 2018, it was 5:45. It was late by my standards, but I realised that there was no electricity. The state Electricity Board was letting people in my locality down for the second morning in a week. Previous morning was a sunday, but this first day of the year was a working day.

As is my wont, I took Chhote, an extremely enthusiastic early morning walker with me. When I came out, I noticed that it was extremely dark and foggy weather outside. It was nearly 6 AM, but I was unable to see much ahead in the pitch dark. Undeterred, we began our walk groping my way out in dark from memory. It was a cold ang gloomy new year morning and it was unlikely that the early morning sun would be visible. No soul, whether any humans or even street dogs or tree monkeys could be seen. Resolute new year morning walkers are conspicuous by their absence. In any case, I have realised by now that most people staying in this locality (supposedly the top people in the organisation) are not noted for any great determination as far as early morning walking is concerned. They all wait for fair weather before deciding to come out and such fair weather is rarely available in these days. In other words, I failed to come across any new year resolutionaries on my morning walk on the first day of the year.

By the time I brought Chhote back, the visibility had improved and then I took Bhole with me on his morning walk. For us, it was just another day of morning walk, where I felt a bit let down because I started my morning walk some half an hour later than planned.

After I came back with Bhole, the next phase of my morning activity takes place in the kitchen. As soon as I go towards the kitchen, I am greeted by the persistent meowing of Pixie, a black cat, who was a tiny kitten a few months ago but now she has grown into a huge fat cat, weighing some 5 KG. This is the time when I prepare the meal of the dogs. I have become a good dog chef by now. Even the cat expects me to feed her every time she sees me. I have kept two tiny pots in the courtyard where Pixie roams around after coming out from a small abandoned room opening to the courtyard that she has occupied. I pour milk on one of her pots but she is more interested in the other stuff in my other hand that is her version of kurkure. I would throw a piece away at a distance. She would grab that piece and would come near me. It has become a ritual with her that she would bring that piece back and then eat the first piece standing near me. When I throw the next piece, she goes near the peace and eats it there. That gives me the opportunity to go back to the kitchen. After every piece, she demands for the next piece. This continues as long as I am in the kitchen.

After putting Bhhole-Chhote’s cooker on the oven, I went towards my room and switch the computer on. It is then that I had my first look at the blog, some two hours after I am done with my pets. Unlike in the previous days, when I would start preparing for the first post, I had already ensured posting of two songs after midnight, even when I was asleep.

As mentioned earlier, there was no electricity. I was managing my light and computer requirements through inverter. But geiser cannot work on inverter. In other words, there was no hot water for taking bath. It is the first day of the year, and even if it was not, one had to take bath. I reminded myself that I used to take cold water bath in winters in my younger days including during my stay at Jabalpur. So I had done it in the past and I could do it again. So I willed myself and took cold water bath. 🙂 One always feels nice after taking bath. The fact that you did something that very few people would even dare to do also made me feel good about my mental strength. It is all in the mind, I keep reminding myself as well as others. 🙂

Then I went to office. Today was the first day of the week as well, so it was a day of meeting for us. It was a new year day and people were in a mood to greet each other rather than work. Still we managed to get our work done reasonably well. Most people did not seem too much into new years resolutions though. So I was alone in feeling quite enthusiastic about the new year.

In other news, I was following the Ranji Trophy final between Delhi and Vidarbha quite keenly. I was supporting Vidarbha, the underdogs, as I had lived in Nagpur for two years in the past. I was quite pleased when I found Vidarbha rout Delhi by nine wickets to become Ranji trophy champions on the first day of year 2018.

As for the blog, we covered four songs on the first day of the year and also on the second day. The regulars have got active and they are contributing a good number of writeups. This has ensured that we are meeting our resolutions of posting “debutant” movie songs and YIPPEE movie songs everyday. Let us see how long this resolution holds for us.

Starting from second day of the year, we have started to provide blog day number as well as post number with every writeup. This was a new year resolution by Sudhir Ji. 🙂

Incidentally, Sudhir Jee reminds me that today (3 january 2018) is the 3456th day for the blog and that is a “honky tonk” number for the blog. 🙂

What did we do on the other four digit honky tonk days for the blog ? 1234th day fell on 4 december 2011. Dev Anand had passed away the previous day so that day was the day of tribute to Dev Anand in the blog. Three out of six songs posted that day were about Dev Anand. 2345th day fell on 19 december 2014. Three songs were covered on that day including a new song of 1991 discussed by the seniormost contributor of the blog in his raagmala series. 🙂

So we see that these honky tonk numbers have fallen around december-january. And I notice that I was based in three different places in three different states when the blog achieved these “honky tonk” number days.

The song under discussion is neither a debutant movie song nor a YIPPEE song. It is an in between song, so to say. Unless we cover songs from movies that have several songs left, we cannot take them towards their YIPPEEhood. This song from “Ajeeb Ladki” (1952) is the sixth (out of ten songs) from the movie to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Rafi, Shamshad Begam and G M Durrani. Shakeel Badayuni is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ghulam Mohammad.

I have not been able to get a few words right in the lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable.

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


Song-Do din ki zindagi mein ik baar muskura lo(Ajeeb Ladki)(1952) Singers-Rafi, Shamshad Begam, GM Durrani, Lyrics-Shakeel Badayuni, MD-Ghulam Mohammad
Chorus

Lyrics

do din ki zindagi mein
do din ki zindagi mein
ik baar muskura lo
ik baar muskura lo
parde mein tum hansi ke ae ae ae
parde mein tum hansi ke
dil ki lagi chhupaa lo o
ik baar muskura lo
ik baar muskura lo

dil ki nazar se dekho
duniya mein kya nahin hai ae
ulfat ki zindagi bhi
sab kuchh yahin kahin hai
nikla khushi ka sooraj
andaaz aap daalo
ik baar muskura lo
ik baar muskura lo

o o o
o o o
o o o
aankhon se hum na dekhin ee ee ee
dushwaar dil ki raahen
manzil bhi dekh lete
hoti agar nigaahen
dil maanta nahin hai
dil ko zara sambhaalo o
ik baar muskura lo
ik baar muskura lo

haishe
do din ka zindagi mein
o do din ka zindagi mein
qurbaan
yak baar muskuraa lo
ko che yak baar muskuraa lo
wai am bhi aaj gaaoon
yak daa
wai am bhi aaj gaaoon
wai tum bhi aaj gaa lo
loshe
yak baar muskuraa lo
yak baar muskuraa lo
yak baar muskuraa lo
yak baar muskuraa lo
ek baar muskuraao amaare waaste baaba

fasl e bahaar aayi
wai
dil se dil miley hain
wai
(hoye)
wai
(hoye)
wai
wai..ee..ee
fasl e bahaar aayi
wai
dil se dil miley hain 
wai
wai
wai
wai
loche
jeene mein ab mazaa hai
kaane ka ab mazaa hai
ye shasta daam pista
akhruza aaj kha lo
wai chilgoza aaj kha lo
qurbaan
yak baar muskuraa lo
yak baar muskuraa lo
yak baar muskuraa lo
yak baar muskuraa lo


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“Shaadi Ki Raat”(1950) was directed by Yashwant Pethkar for Prakash Pictures, Bombay. This “social”movie had Geeta Bali, Rehman, Vijaylami, Leela Mishra, Jankidas, Ansari, Shantta Kunwar, Baby Durga, anwari Bai, Arun etc in irt.

The movie had twelve songs in it. Pt Govindram had composed eight of them, while S Mohinder had composed three songs and Aziz Hindi had composed one song.

One song from the movie has been covered in the past.

Here is the second song from “Shaadi Ki Raat”(1950) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Meena Kapoor and G M Durrani. Nazim Panipati is the lyricist. Music is composed by Aziz Hindi.

Only the audio of this delightful song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song which sounds like a stage performance song, or may be a roadside tamasha song.


Song-Teri meri meri teri lad gayi najariya (Shaadi Ki Raat)(1950) Singers-Meena Kapoor, G M Durrani, Lyrics-Nazim Panipati, MD-Aziz Hindi
Both

Lyrics

teri meri meri teri lad gayi najariya
dekhan ko aaye gayi saari re bajariya
saari re bajariya
dheere dheere
ho dheere dheere jaan gayi saari nagariya
dekhan ko aaye gayi saari re bajariya

tere liye maine saari duniya bisaar di
tere liye maine
tere liye maine saari duniya bisaar di
dil jaisi cheez maine tere liye haar di
kahe to rakh doon gori
kahe to rakh doon tere paanv pe pagariya
dekhan ko aaye gayi saari re bajariya

hoy teri meri meri teri lad gayi najariya
dekhan ko aaye gayi saari re bajariya

dil ko na todna
ye dil hai gareeb ka
dekho na thhaam lena
daaman rakeeb ka
dil ko na todna
ye dil hai gareeb ka
dekho na thhaam lena
daaman rakeeb ka

aisa na hoga kabhi
aisa na hoga mere baanke saanwariya
dekhan ko aaye gayi saari re bajariya
hoy teri meri meri teri lad gayi najariya
dekhan ko aaye gayi saari re bajariya

inki bhi aapas mein aisi waisi baat hai
inki bhi aapas mein aisi waisi baat hai
baat wahi baat hai
jo teri meri baat hai

jo teri meri baat hai
aankhen bataaye rahi
aankhen bataaye rahi
dil ki khabariya
dekhan ko aaye gayi saari re bajariya
hoye teri meri meri teri lad gayi najariya
dekhan ko aaye gayi saari re bajariya


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“Nazaare”(1949) was directed by Prahlad Dutt for Ranji Movietone, Bombay. This “social” movie had Shashikala, Agha, Satish, Shanti Madhok, Khan, Anwari, Ramesh Thakur, Rajendra etc in it.
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Today’s song is from a very little known film ‘Nirmal’ from 1952. During the period of the 50s, the film industries in all centres, i.e. Calcutta, Madras and Bombay were in full steam. The Partition had made a quantitative and qualitative change in the Hindi film industry. Many seasoned and successful artists had left India, creating a void suddenly. However, this proved to be an opportunity in disguise for many artists ‘waiting in the wings’ in the fields of  acting, film direction and music direction. The void was filled up almost immediately.
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“Dhoop Chhaaon” (1954), not to be confused with “Dhoop Chhaaon” (1935) was produced by M O Suhail and directed by S M Raza for Suhail Art Productions, Bombay. The movie had Bharat Bhushan, Shyama, N. A. Ansari, Mumtaz, Krishna Kumari, Shamim Akhtar, Agha, Maqbool, A Roshan, Ahmad etc in it, with S Nazir in guest appearance.
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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.

Today’s song is from film ‘Anban’ (1944) (pronounced as un-bun). So far, only one song from this film has been discussed on our blog in 2011. This is, therefore, the second song from this film. No songs of this film are available anywhere like You Tube etc. Then, how did I get introduced to  this song ? There is a story behind this.
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“Nakhre”(1951) was produced by Mohanlal Wahai and directed by Surya Kumar for Paro Pictures, Bombay. This by now forgotten movie had Geeta Bali, Nasir Khan, Jeewan, David, Heera Sawant, Vijaya, Badri Prasad, Ramesh, Laxmanrao, M S Pathak, Paro etc in it.
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“Dilruba” (1950) was directed by Dwarka Khosla for Lotus Orient Films, Bombay. The movie had Rehana, Dev Anand, Yakoob, Cuckoo, Balam, Achala Sachdev, Gogia Pasha etc in it.

This movie had eleven songs in it which were penned by six lyricists. The breakup of lyricists is known for six songs. Lyricists for the remaining five songs are not known. P L Santoshi and D N Madhok are among the six lyricists and the songs penned by them are not known. So most likely these two lyricists had penned some/ most/all of these five songs.
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