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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.

The movie had 16 songs in it, which were penned by three lyricists.

Two songs from the movie have been covered in the past. Here is the third song from “Nazaare”(1949) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Shamshad Begam, G M Durrani and chorus. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. music is composed by Bulo C Rani.

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


Song-Aankhon se aankhen huyin chaar (Nazaare)(1949) Singers-Shamshad Begam, G M Durrani, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Bulo C Rani
Chorus
All

Lyrics

aankhon se aankhen huyin chaar
dil aapka nishaana ho gaya
ho gaya
bas pyaar ka bahaana ho gaya
ho gaya
aankhon se aankh huyin chaar
dil aapka nishaana ho gaya

ho gaya
bas pyaar ka bahaana ho gaya
ho gaya

subah ho ya shaam ho ya aadhi raat ho
subah ho ya shaam ho ya aadhi raat ho

rail ho ya bus ho ya footpath ho
aeji rail ho ya bus ho ya footpath ho
kahin kandhe se kandha lad gaya
to dil bhi rawaana ho gaya
ho gaya
bas pyaar ka bahaana ho gaya
ho gaya
aankhon se aankh huyin chaar
dil aapka nishaana ho gaya
ho gaya
bas pyaar ka bahaana ho gaya
ho gaya

cinema ka hall ho ya khulla baazaar ho
cinema ka hall ho ya khulla baazaar ho
chaupati ya chaurangi ya qutub meenaar ho
chaupati ya chaurangi ya qutub meenaar ho

kahin court se khaariz ho gayi
to jiya begaana ho gaya
ho gaya
bas pyaar ka bahaana ho gaya
ho gaya
aankhon se aankh huyin chaar
dil aapka nishaana ho gaya
ho gaya
bas pyaar ka bahaana ho gaya
ho gaya

tumne ye suna hoga
koi farhaad thha
tumne ye suna hoga
koi farhaad thha
shirin ke pyaar mein wo barbaad thha
phir bhi
shirin ke pyaar mein wo barbaad thha
aji ye bhi koi nayi baat thhi
ke jiska fasaana ho gaya

ho gaya
bas pyaar ka bahaana ho gaya
ho gaya
aankhon se aankh huyin chaar
dil aapka nishaana ho gaya
ho gaya
bas pyaar ka bahaana ho gaya
ho gaya

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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.

Many actors and actresses who used to play supporting roles, became lead players, assistant directors got a chance to become directors and a few new comers and chorus singers also got opportunity to become full fledged singers. Those who migrated from Lahore to India, started a new life here. Many businessmen (many of them black marketeers) who had earned lakhs of rupees during the war and the years of independence struggle as well, poured  money into the film industry. Thus, on all fronts, the film industry had new players, new investors and new topics for making films.

However, one change happened. The taste of Indian audience started to change in terms of music and the subject matter of the film stories. The few old players in music, who could not or did not cope up with the changing tastes of the audience, slowly faded out. Composers like Bulo C Rani, Khemchand Prakash, Hansraj Behl, SK Pal, Lachhiram, Madholal Master, Shankar Rao Vyas, Gobind Ram, Gyan Dutt, SD Batish, Nissar Bazmi, Khursheed Anwar, Ninu Majumdar etc. faded away by the mid 1950s. Many Muslim composers migrated to Pakistan. Composers who adapted themselves, like C Ramchandra, SD Burman, Hemant Kumar, Naushad etc. prospered for a longer period. New blood composers like Shanker-Jaikishen, Madan Mohan, OP Nayyar etc. bloomed quickly.

Same was the case with actors and actresses. Amongst these was one actress – Purnima. Born at Bombay on 2-3-1932 as Meher Bano, she was the daughter of a Lucknow Muslim mother and a Tamil Brahmin father – Ram Seshadri Aiyangar. He was working in the distribution office of producer director Kikubhai Desai (father of Manmohan Desai). While still in school Purnima started working in Hindi and Gujarati films from 1947 itself when she was hardly 15-16 year old. She got married to Shaukat Hashmi. After giving her a son and a divorce, he migrated to Pakistan.

In 1954, Purnima married producer director Bhagwandas Varma and stopped working. Her elder sister also had married producer director Nanubhai Bhatt. Their sons are Mahesh and Mukesh Bhatt. Purnima resumed working in films in 1957, when Bhagwandas was in financial difficulties. He died in 1962.

Purnima appeared as heroine or second lead in about 20 films. Her well known films are – ‘Thes’ (1949), ‘Patanga’ (1949), ‘Jogan’ (1950), ‘Gauna’ (1950), ‘Sagai’ (1951), ‘Baadal’ (1951), ‘Shagoofa’ (1953), ‘Pooja’ (1954), ‘Post Box No 999’ (1958), ‘Son of Sindbad’ (1958), ‘Kangan’ (1959), ‘Naya Kanoon’ (1965), ‘Guide’ (1965), ‘Budtameez’ (1966), ‘Humjoli’ (1970) etc. In all she acted in 152 films, though she claimed more than 200 films, in one of her interview. Her last film was ‘Sada Suhagan’-86, after which she retired. Her friends were Saira Bano, Shakeela and Dulari. Purnima died on 14-8-2013 in Mumbai.

There were two more Purnimas working in the film industry during the same years. One was Purnima Chaudhari who worked in 3 films in 1948. Another Purnima was an actress from Bengal, who acted only in films produced at Calcutta. She worked in about 9-10 films. Due to this, Purnima’s filmography gets mixed up many times.

Purnima’s  hero in the film ‘Nirmal’ was Amarnath (Bharadwaj). He is one of the ‘same name confusions’ victims. There were two Pt. Amarnath music directors, 1 actor Amar, 1 actor Amarnath and 1 actor/director K Amarnath. This Amarnath started his acting career in 1939 with Kidar Sharma’s ‘Dil Hi To Hai’. Graduating from doing small roles he was made the leading man in Dalsukh Pancholi’s film ‘Patjhad’, opposite to Meena (Shorey). The film was launched in 1947. Pancholi had to flee Lahore due to Partition riots, but he carried the negatives of the partially filmed ‘Patjhad’ with him. Though the film was censored in India in 1948, it seems it was never released.

Amarnath starred as hero in many other films like ‘Papiha Re’ (1948), ‘Swayam Siddha’ (1949), ‘Nai Bhabhi’ (1950), ‘Kamal Ke Phool’ (1950), ‘Sheesh Mahal’ (1950), ‘Jalte Deep’ (1950), ‘Nai Zindagi’ (1951) etc. Then he switched over to supporting roles. In all, he worked in 79 films (CITWF data). His last film was ‘Khiladi’ (1968).

All the songs of ‘Nirmal’ were written by Moti, BA. This film was a special film for lyricist Moti BA, because this was his last film as a lyricist. Yogilal Upadhyaya aka Moti BA was born on 1-8-1919 at Devariya, UP. He did his BA in 1938 and MA in 1941, in addition to BT and ‘Sahitya Ratan’ from Benaras University. He was scouted by Ravindra Dave and Sardar Ranjit Singh, emissaries of Dalsukh Pancholi. At that time he was working as a journalist. He went to Lahore and stayed there for 2 years, enjoying company of writers, poets and major stars. He wrote songs for films like ‘Kaise Kahoon’ (1945).

He came to Bombay and started writing songs for films like ‘Subhadra’ (1946), ‘Bhakta Dhruv’ (1947), ‘Ek Kadam’ (1947), ‘Amar Asha’ (1947) etc. Some of his other films are ‘Saajan’ (1947), ‘Nadiya Ke Paar’ (1948), ‘Sindoor’ (1947), ‘Rimjhim’ (1949), ‘Raam Baan’ (1948), ‘Ram Vivah’ (1949), ‘Veer Ghatotkach’ (1949), ‘Rajput’ (1951) etc. He was much in demand, but after ‘Nirmal’ he decided to go back to his hometown and teach. He taught Logic, English Literature and History from 1952 to 1980. He wrote 4 books and won several awards. He died on 18-1-2009 at Devariya.

There is an enigma about lyricist Moti, that though he had done MA, why was he known as Moti, BA ?

Moti, BA is one of the very few artists who left the film world to pursue what he loved – teaching. I can remember another example – Sr. Shashi Kapoor who left a lucrative career as a child artist to pursue his studies in mathematics. He became a maths professor in an American university teaching his favourite subject of maths.

The cast of ‘Nirmal’ was Purnima, Amarnath, Shyam Kumar, Shanta Kunwar, Mirza musharraf, Habib, Cuckoo etc. The story of film Nirmal is-

Nirmal (Amarnath) is an honest young man who loves Purnima (Purnima) and gets married to her. He is sent to Calcutta by his office. He goes alone, leaving wife to look after his ailing father. After few months, when father is very ill, Nirmal leaves for home. Grabbing this opportunity, Champaklal (Shyam Kumar), a colleague in his office, does a fraud and the blame comes to Nirmal. Police arrest Nirmal the day his father dies. The story details how the courageous Purnima goes to Calcutta and proves Nirmal innocent, with the help of some friends. (643)

The film has 8 songs. 2 songs are already discussed. This is the third song. It is a song with a very good tune. . .

 


Song – Tu Jo Mere Pyaar Ki Khichdi Pakaayega (Nirmal) (1952) Singer – Geeta Dutt, GM Durrani, Lyrics – Moti BA, MD – Bulo C Rani

 

Lyrics 

tu jo mere pyaar ki khichdi pakaayega
taapta rahega tu
aur koi khaayega
arre tu jo mere pyaar ki khichdi pakaayega
taapta rahega tu
aur koi khaayega
humre tumhere beech kaise koi aayega
humre tumhere beech kaise koi aayega
tu jo na khilaayegi
to kaise koi khaayega
tu jo mere pyaar ki khichdi pakaayega
taapta rahega tu
aur koi khaayega

dekho bulaanvungi saat kos aayega
kaun teri aankhon ka paani gir jaayega
khaali peeli aayega
khaali peeli jaayega
khaali peeli aayega
aur khaali peeli jaayega
taapta rahega tu
aur koi khaayega
tu jo mere pyaar ki khichdi pakaayega
taapta rahega tu
aur koi khaayega

aaya hoon tumhaare paas
khaali nahin jaane ka
wade ke khilaaf kaani kaudi nahin paane ka
tu bhi pachhtaayegi
hum bhi pachhtaayega
tu bhi pachhtaayegi
aur hum bhi pachhtaayega
taapta rahega tu
aur koi khaayega
tu jo mere pyaar ki khichdi pakaayega
taapta rahega tu
aur koi khaayega

hum to tere pyaar ka
halwa banaayega
baith ke tumhaare saath
gappa gapp
gappa gapp
gappa gap khaayega
maska lagaayega to halwa khilaayega
maska lagaayega to halwa khilaayega
varna kya. . .
taapta rahega tu
aur koi khaayega
humre tumhere beech kaise koi aayega
humre tumhere beech kaise koi aayega
tu jo na khilaayegi
to kaise koi khaayega
arre tu jo mere pyaar ki khichdi pakaayega
taapta rahega tu
aur koi khaayega

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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तू जो मेरे प्यार की खिचड़ी पकाएगा
टापता रहेगा तू
और कोई खाएगा
अरे तू जो मेरे प्यार की खिचड़ी पकाएगा
टापता रहेगा तू
और कोई खाएगा
हमरे तुम्हेरे बीच कैसे कोई आएगा
हमरे तुम्हेरे बीच कैसे कोई आएगा
तू जो ना खिलाएगी
तो कैसे कोई खाएगा
तू जो मेरे प्यार की खिचड़ी पकाएगा
टापता रहेगा तू
और कोई खाएगा

देखो बुलावुंगी सात कोस आएगा
कौन तेरी आँखों का पानी गिर जाएगा
खाली पीली आएगा
खाली पीली जाएगा
खाली पीली आएगा
और खाली पीली जाएगा
टापता रहेगा तू
और कोई खाएगा
तू जो मेरे प्यार की खिचड़ी पकाएगा
टापता रहेगा तू
और कोई खाएगा

आया हूँ तुम्हारे पास
खाली नहीं जाने का
वादे के खिलाफ कानी कौड़ी नहीं पाने का
तू भी पछताएगी
हम भी पछताएगा
तू भी पछताएगी
और हम भी पछताएगा
टापता रहेगा तू
और कोई खाएगा
तू जो मेरे प्यार की खिचड़ी पकाएगा
टापता रहेगा तू
और कोई खाएगा

हम तो तेरे प्यार का हलवा बनाएगा
बैठ के तुम्हारे साथ
गप्पा गप्प
गप्पा गप्प
गप्पा गप्प खाएगा
मस्का लगाएगा तो हलवा खिलाएगा
मस्का लगाएगा तो हलवा खिलाएगा
वरना क्या॰॰॰
टापता रहेगा तू
और कोई खाएगा
हमरे तुम्हेरे बीच कैसे कोई आएगा
हमरे तुम्हेरे बीच कैसे कोई आएगा
तू जो ना खिलाएगी
तो कैसे कोई खाएगा
अरे तू जो मेरे प्यार की खिचड़ी पकाएगा
टापता रहेगा तू
और कोई खाएगा


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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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This article is written by Gajendra Khanna, 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.

Atul ji’s 10K Song Milestone Celebrations – 10
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Congratulations Atul ji for this unparalleled effort of ten thousand posts. You are truly an inspiration! We have a lot to learn from you and Thanks from the bottom of my heart for all that you do.

Today, I write this post with a gamut of emotions running through my mind. I still remember the year was 2008. A team of music lovers including me had got together and launched the website on www.geetadutt.com It had been a labour of love for us to make a digital temple dedicated to our beloved singer. We had spent countless hours discussing over the internet on what all should be put on the website and then doing the needful to make it happen. Our small team was very dedicated and the beauty of all of it was that we all had never met till then.
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This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, 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.

Recently, I had the occasion to read an essay titled The Magical World of Bombay Talkies, written by Professor Lalit Joshi. The paper has been written in the context of making of the cultural space for the nation in waiting and the role of the Bombay Talkies Ltd. (BT) in the evolution of Bombay film industry. The essay sets out the growth of BT since its inception in 1934 until it closed down in 1954.
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“Anand Bhawan”(1953) was directed by S M Yusuf for Aina Pictures, Bombay. This movie had Manhar Desai, Nigar Sultana, Ramayan Tiwari, Trilok Kapoor, Durga Khote, Kate Sethi etc in it.
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This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, 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.

In the 1930s and 40s, Hindi film industry attracted many well known poets and writers of Hindi/Urdu. Munshi Premchand joined Ajanta Cinetone and wrote story and screen-play for the film ‘Mazdoor’ (1934) in which he also played a cameo role. Dr Safdar ‘Aah’ Sitapuri, the Urdu poet and writer joined National Studios in 1939 and later Bombay Talkies as screen-play/dialogue writer and lyricist. Later, he also directed two Hindi films. Upendranath ‘Ashq’ joined Filmistan in 1944 as screen-play and dialogue writer. Josh Malihabadi, the Urdu poet joined Shalimar Studio in 1942 as dialogue writer and lyricist. Amritlal Nagar joined the film industry in 1941 as a screen-play/dialogue writer and lyricist. The list is not exhaustive.
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