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Blog Day : 4180 Post No. : 15359

“Paak Daaman”(1957) was directed by S M Yusuf for Wadia Brothers, Bombay. This Muslim social movie had Chitra, Sudesh Kumar, Kumar, Krishna Kumari, Renu Makad, Adeeb, Moti Sagar, Mirza Musharraf, Sheikh, Baalam, Wazir Mohammad Khan, Praveen Paul, Indu, Kesarbai, Meena, Shree Bhagwan, H Prakash, Bande Hasan Qawwaal, Sardar Mansoor, Merunnissa, Mumtaz, Maqbool, M K Hasan, Mitthu Miyaan, Korega, Roopmala, Julien, Onkar, Jago etc in it.

The movie had eleven songs in it. Three songs from the movie have been covered in the past.

Here is the fourth song from “Paak Daaman”(1957) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Geeta Dutt and chorus. Shakeel Badayuni is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ghulam Mohammad.

Only the audio of the song is available. From the sounds of it, this song appears to be a club dance song. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Khel khilaadi khele jaa (Paak Daaman)(1957) Singer-Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Shakeel Badayuni, MD-Ghulam Mohammad
Chorus

Lyrics

khel khilaadi khele jaa
khel khilaadi khele ja
khel khilaadi khele ja
khel khilaadi khele ja

ho ho ho
ho ho ho
(khel khilaadi khele ja
khel khilaadi khele ja
)
mauj kare dil waala
dushman ka munh kaala
mauj kare dil waala
dushman ka munh kaala
saath hai tere kismat pyaare
himmat ko na haar
khilaadi khele ja
khilaadi khele ja
khilaadi khele ja
mauj kare dil waala
dushman ka munh kaala
saath hai tere kismat pyaare
himmat ko na haar
khilaadi khele ja
khilaadi khele ja
khilaadi khele ja

duniya ek jua khaana hai
ismein hain sab juaari
ismein hain sab juaari
duniya ek jua khaana hai
ismein hain sab juaari
ismein hain sab juaari
apna apna daanw lagaaye
khele duniya saari
apna apna daanw lagaaye
khele duniya saari
khele duniya saari

aha ha ha ha ha ha
raaja khele raaj se
phalsafi damaag se
raaja khele raaj se
phalsafi damaag se

aashiq dil ki daag se
aashiq dil ke daag se
o ho ho
muflis khele patton se hai jeet sabhi ko pyaari
ho pyaari
khilaadi
khele ja
khiladi khele ja
khiladi khele ja

dhokha dekar chaalen chal kar duniya daulat paaye
duniya daulat paaye
dhokha dekar chaalen chal kar duniya daulat paaye
duniya daulat paaye
mehnat kar ke kaun kamaaye
muft mein jab mil jaaye
mehnat kar ke kaun kamaaye
muft mein jab mil jaaye
muft mein jab mil jaaye

aha ha ha ha ha ha
dil mein sab ke chor hai
dil mein sab ke chor hai
beimaani ka zor hai
beimaani ka zor hai
barbaadi ka shor hai
barbaadi ka shor hai
ho ho
jeb ho sab ki khaali baabu
phaili hai bekaari bekaari
khilaadi
khele ja
khilaadi khele ja
khilaadi khele ja


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Blog Day : 4169 Post No. : 15343

Today’s song is a melodious song from the film Chaalbaaz-58. The film was produced by Balwant Bhatt and Ram Kamlani, under the banner of Neo Lite films. Songs were written by Anjum Jaipuri and Prem Dhawan. The music was by the Melody magician Chitragupta. There were 7 songs in the film. 2 songs are already discussed and today’s song is 3rd song from this film.

The title Chaalbaaz seems to be quite a favourite with film makers. Films with same title were made in 1958, 69, 80, 89 and 2003. In addition there was Chaalbaaz Leader-70 and Chaalbaaz Haseena-2002 also. The cast of Chaalbaaz -58 was Nirupa Roy, Jairaj, Nishi, K N Singh, David, Bhagwan, Cuckoo, Moti(Horse) and Tiger (Dog). It was a stunt film, directed by a veteran of this Genre – Nanabhai Bhatt.

Hindi film industry is a funny place. Here popular actors are immediately typedcast and it becomes their identity, whether they want it or not. Once a particular theme becomes a Hit, producers want to make similar films, with the same actor. Thus most leading actors get stamped. Many dont mind it because they too are comfortable with such type of films.

That is how Dharmendra was in the roles of “He Man” (does this mean all others were “She- Men”?), Amol Palekar as a Middle class simpleton, for a period Dilip kumar was a Tragedy king, Raj Kapoor a straight forward, simple man, Dev Anand a Playboy, Bharat Bhushan a lover or a singer, Rajendra Kumar almost always a suffering lover…..so on and so forth. Same was, even the actresses got typedcast like Meena Kumari was a Tragedy Queen, Madhubala, naughty lucky girl etc etc.

The audience categorised the actors for various Genres and roles. Other than these, the artiste was not acceptable to them in any other type casting. Can you ever imagine Kanhaiyalal, Nana palshikar or Rashid Khan in a Millionaire’s role? Can you imagine Nana Patekar as a Romantic, ‘run around a tree’ type lover boy ? Can you visualise Jeetendra in a Mythological film as Lord Shiva ? We can not, even in our dreams, accept them in these roles. Nimmi always had films in which she suffered and wept throughout. People had forgotten how she looked while smiling.

When film makers tried to change the type of roles of an actor, he became a failure (even a laughing stock) and he was not accepted in that role. For example, in his early films, Ashok Kumar was known as a shy Lover boy. When he was cast as Satyawan in film “Savitri”-1937, the audience was shocked and the film failed miserably. Similarly when Ashok Kumar (then 35 year old) acted as Abhimanuu (22 year old) in film “Uttara Abhimanyu’-1946, he was rejected outright.

Mehboob Khan cast him as King Humayun in film Humayun-45. In one scene, Ashok Kumar had to run, in a war costume, with a sword. The way he ran was so feminine and pathetic, that the audience used to laugh in the theatre. Thankfully, Ashok Kumar never again acted in any such films till the end. Leela Mishra was famous as a simple village type “Leela Mousi” in almost all films. In film “Baton baton mein”-79, she was shown as an Anglo Indian Christian woman. To see Leela Mousi in a knee long Frock and to feel her awckwardness in that dress was a painful exercise for the audience.

However, and thank God for this, there were some actors who consciously avoided getting typedcast and did variety of roles. One shining example was Sanjeev Kumar. He was truly a versatile actor and would fit into any Genre with natural ease. After Film Azad-55, Dilip Kumar also shook off the tag of “Tragedy king” and became a real versatile actor enjoying working in different type of roles.

Among Heroines, I can not think of any such actress, who fitted in all Genres and roles, Except One ! Yes, there was one actress who was truly versatile and did a lot of role types – social, historical, Mythological, comedy, tragedy, crime, family, action and stunts too, character roles, daughter in law, mother in law, mother, mujra dancer, religious films – you name it and she had done it. Can you guess the name ?

NIRUPA ROY !, Yes, she was a versatile actress. To prove my point, I repeat here what I had said about her few years back. Nirupa Roy (4-1-1931 to 13-10-2004) was an enigma of Hindi Cinema. An ordinary lower middle class housewife turned into an actress due to need to survive. Funny thing was that it was her husband who had visited the studio to get a job as an actor and the studio selected his wife instead ! Nirupa Roy who acted in over 250 movies has been variously branded as a Goddess of Mythological films, a suffering wife of a poor farmer, a troubled housewife of social films, an acclaimed quintessential mother of Bollywood and even a Stunt film actress !

She has been a Heroine in 110 films, a mother in over 50 films,has been a Goddess in 50 Mythological films, a suffering wife in over 30 films and a Stunt girl in about 8 films. She sang Bhajans, romantic songs, Comedy songs, qawalis, sad songs and peasant folk songs on the screen.

She changed her Heroes like “Badalate huye saathi”. She did 18 films with Trilok Kapoor ( 50-65), 12 films with Balraj Sahni ( 53-72), 16 films with P.Jairaj ( 53-78), and 21 films with Ashok Kumar ( 56-89). She was Amitabh’s mother in 12 films and stunt Girl in 8 films. She even wrote a popular film song for film Samrat Chandragupta-58 ( Mujhe dekh chaand sharmaye – Lata).

Film Chaalbaaz-58 was produced by Balwant Bhatt and Ram kamlani. The elder brother of Nanabhai Bhatt- Balwant Bhatt was born at Porbandar,Gujarat on 13-1-1909. Balwant started his career by assisting Naval Gandhi in 1930-31 and Pesi karani at Imperial Film company and then N.B.Vakil at Sagar Studios in 1932. A prolific director of second tier, action oriented films, Bhatt’s first as a director was Royal Film Company’s 1932 silent thriller PASSING SHOW which featured popular stunt-film actor Navinchandra. He turned Director with the advent of Talkie films and joined Prakash Pictures with BAMBAI KI MOHINI [1934; aka: ACTRESS] starring Miss Panna and Miss Alakhnanda. His last one was Nagin aur Sapera-1966. He directed 33 films,mostly stunt and C grade films.

Bhatt directed action star Fearless Nadia in DELHI EXPRESS (1949) and CIRCUSWALE (1950) as well as the comedian Bhagwan in JOKER (1949) and JODIDAR (1950), and even had opportunities to work with bigger names such as Bibbo in SUHAAG (1940), Maya Banerjee in MADHU SUDAN (1941), and Prithviraj Kapoor in AANKH KI SHARAM (1943). But the vast majority of Bhatt’s output was in the category of B-grade films.

He directed some Gujarati films like Sansar Leela,Seth Sagsha,Diwadandi,Snehlata etc.He was the producer of Dillagi-1942,Gunehgar-53,Alif Laila-53,Sinbad the sailor-52, Son of Sinbad-58, Police Detective-60 etc. etc. Diwadandi-1950 became famous for its song-” Taari aankhni afini”, sung by Dilip Dholakia with music by Ajit Merchant. His film Mordhwaj-52 was the Debut film for MD Narayan Dutt. Balwant Bhatt died on 7-2-1965,at Bombay.

Today’s song is a duet sung by Geeta Dutt and Ram Kamlani. Ram Kamlani was Gope’s youngest brother. They were 9 siblings and Ram kamlani was the last one. He was born on 20-10-1919. Though Gope started his career in acting in 1933 and concentrated only on acting,Ram kamlani dabbled in Acting,Direction,Production and Playback singing too. He entered the film line in late 40s.

As an actor he acted in 9 films like Ajeet, Inaam, Kaajal, Do Raaha, Joi Bangla Desh etc. As a Singer he sang 22 songs in 15 films. Starting with Doosri Shaadi-47, he sang in Ghar ki Izzat, Rangeen zamana, Kaajal, Refugee, Pyaar ki jeet, Maa ka pyar, Naao, Raakhi, Bahurani, Khamosh Sipahi, Meena Bazar, Malkin, Chaalbaaz, Laal Dupatta etc.

Mostly, he sang for his brother Gope. His songs were generally duets. These were mainly comedy songs,very few were serious ones.His rare solos like,” Bane hai hum to Ghar Jamai'(Ghar ki izzat) and ” Koi samze isse muhabbat”(Meena Bazaar) became popular.

When Gope established Gope Productions,he produced some films and directed some of them,like,Muskurahat,Biradari,Bezuban,khamosh Sipahi,Hangama etc.

Ram Kamlani died in 1983 in Bombay.

This is a melodious song. The mukhda is “Daudo re daudo, bhaga dil chura ke chor”. Surprisingly, there was another song in film Char Minar-56 (MD- Sardul Kwatra) which had a similar mukhda “Daudo ji chor chor bhaga dil chura ke”. This song also was a good song and had almost same tune. That song had Geeta Dutt and Rafi as singers. Let us now enjoy today’s song.
( Thanks to Harish Raghuwanshi ji for his Gujarati article and http://www.cinemajadu.com for information used herein.)


Song-Tina tin ke tina kisi ne dil hai chheena(Chaalbaaz)(1958) Singers- Geeta Dutt, Ram Kamlani, Lyricist-Prem Dhawan, MD- Chitragupta
Both

Lyrics

daudo re daudo bhaaga re bhaaga
dil chura ke chor
tina tin ke tina
kisi ne dil hai chheena
tina tin ke tina
daudo re daudo
bhaaga re bhaaga
dil chura ke chor
tina tin ke tina
kisi ne dil hai chheena
tina tin ke tina
kisi ne dil hai chheena
tina tin ke tina

khol zara to ghoonghat gori
dekhen soorat tori
hoy khol zara to ghoonghat gori
dekhen soorat tori
hum to hain deewaane tere
hamse kaisi chori
aaja ree
aaja chupke se paas gori
kaahe kare shor
tina tin ke tina
kisi ne dil hai chheena
tina tin ke tina
kisi ne dil hai chheena
tina tin ke tina

o ho ho
o ho ho o ho ho
ha ha ha
aa ha ha aa ha ha
devar jaage saas bhi jaage
jaag raha ghar saara
devar jaage saas bhi jaage
jaag raha ghar saara
phir bhi zaalim ne na jaane kaise daaka maara
daudo re daudo bhaaga re bhaaga
dil chura ke chor
tina tin e tina
kisi ne dil hai chheena
tina tin ke tina
kisi ne dil hai chheena
tina tin ke tina

na main jaaun baans bareli na main jaaun jhansi
na main jaaun baans bareli na main jaaun jhansi
in zulfon mein baandh ke mohe de de pyaar ki phaansi
aaja ree
aaja chupke se paas gori
kaahe kare shor
tina tin ke tina
kisi ne dil hai chheena

tina tin ke tina
kisi ne dil hai chheena
haay tina tin ke tina
kisi ne dil hai chheena
haay
tina tin ke tina
kisi ne dil hai chheena
tina tin ke tina


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Blog Day : 4105 Post No. : 15256

“Shole”(1953) was directed by B R Chopra for Hira Films. The movie had had Ashok Kumar, Bina Rai, Purnima, Jeevan, Mohana, Manmohan Krishna, Mirza Musharaf, Romi, Naaz, Uma Dutt etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it, including two multiple version songs.

Seven songs from the movie have been covered in the past.

Here is the list of the songs of the movie that have been covered in the past:

S N Song Song number in blog Date of posting
1 Mera dil kabhi roye kabhi gaaye re MD-Dhaniram 2216 4-Dec-09
2 Anokhaa jaadoogar Bhagwaan Multiple version song MD-Dhaniram 3519 13-Feb-11
3 Nigaahen mila MD-Dhaniram 9527 5-Mar-14
4 Ghadi ghadi bhar jiya bekaraar ho…aaja gali baalma MD-Dhaniram 14706 20-Oct-18
4 Ae dil tu kahin le chal Multiple version song MD-Nareshwar Bhattcharji 15189 27-Aug-19

Here is the eighth and final song from “Shole”(1953) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Geeta Dutt. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. It is the only song in the movie penned by Majrooh Sultanpuri. Other songs were penned by Kamil Rashid (4), Saraswati Kumar Deepak (2) and Sahir Ludhianvi (1).

Music is composed by Dhaniram.

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

I have not been able to get one (may be more) word right in the lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable.

With this song, “Shole”(1953) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Bala se hasraten mit jaayen (Shole)(1953) Singer-Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Dhaniram

Lyrics

bala se hasraten mit jaayen
dil barbaad ho jaaye
hamen manzoor hai sab kuchh
jo tu aabaad ho jaaye

jo chaahe sahenge door se gham
ab yoon hi pyaar nibhaayenge hum
ab yoon hi pyaar nibhaayenge hum
kismat ne dhaaya hai wo sitam
tujhe paa ke bhi chain na aayenge hum
ab yoon hi pyaar nibhaayenge hum
jo chaahe sahenge door se gham

khush hoke hamen karen dil se juda
khush hoke hamen karen dil se juda
ye bhi to hai ik andaaz e wafa
ye bhi to hai ik andaaz e wafa
samjhenge muhabbat ka ??
tujhe kis roz yaad na aayenge hum
ab yoon hi pyaar nibhaayenge hum
jo chaahe sahenge door se gham

ujdi hui is mehfil ki qasam
toote huye saaz e dil ki qasam
jinse ?? dhadkan jaag uthhe
ab aise bhi geet na gaayenge ham
ab yoon hi pyaar nibhaayenge hum
jo chaahe sahenge door se gham


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Blog Day :

4088 Post No. : 15229

“Coffee House”(1957) was produced and directed by Hari Walia for Niti Arts Productions, Bombay. This movie, whose prints are lost had Geeta Bali, Shammi Kapoor, Vijaylaxmi, Jeevan, Bhagwan, Chanchal, Kumud Tripathi, Pal Sharma, Raja Kapoor, Helen etc in it.

Two songs from this movie has been discussed in the past. Here is the tird song from “Coffee House”(1957) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Geeta Dutt. Prem Dhawan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Roshan, as mentioned earlier.

From the sounds of it, the song appears to be a club dance song/ cabarat dance song.

Only the audio of this song is available. The prints of this movie are lost. It was a fond wish to Shammi Kapoor to be able to watch this movie seeing that it also starred Geeta Bali who would later become his wife.

I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Ye hawa ye fizaa ye samaa (Coffee House)(1957) Singer-Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Prem Dhawan, MD-Roshan

Lyrics

ye hawa
ye fiza
ye samaa
aaj hai
kis kadar haseen jahaan
shaam hai
jaam hai
saathi hai
sun hi le
dil ki sau daastaan

jhoom jhoom ke
jaam choom ke
aa dil ki mehfil mein aa
jhoom jhoom ke
jaam choom ke
aa dil ki mehfil mein aa

husn ki ye meharbaaniyaan phir kahaan
husn ki ye meharbaaniyaan phir kahaan
ishq ki rangeen kahaaniyan phir kahaan
phir kahaan ye sama
ye sama phir kahaan
aa dil ki mehfil mein
jhoom jhoom ke
jaam choom ke
aa dil ki mehfil mein aa
jhoom jhoom ke
jaam choom ke
aa dil ki mehfil mein aa

ye nigaah
ye dil ki mastiyaan
ye ada
ye nigaah
ye dil ki mastiyaan
ye ada
tez hai kuchh aaj dhadkanon ki sada
ye sada sun zara
sun zara ye sada
aa dil ki mehfil mein
jhoom jhoom ke
jaam choom ke
aa dil ki mehfil mein aa
jhoom jhoom ke
jaam choom ke
aa dil ki mehfil mein aa


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Blog Day :

4082 Post No. : 15221

“Captain Kishore”(1957) was directed by J B H Wadia for Wadia Movietone Bombay. This movie had Shashikala, Suresh, Anwar, Naina, Roopmala, Mirza Musharraf, Sheikh, Tuntun, Munshi Munaqqa, Pakku, Shree Bhagwan, Azeem, Mohini, Abdullah, Korega, Yadav, Julin, Bismillah, M K Hasan, Mitthu Miyaan, Kalla, O M Singh, Mohammad Ali, Ghani etc in it.

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

Here is the fourth song from “Captain Kishore”(1957) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Geeta Dutt. Khumar Barabankwi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Citragupta.

Only the audio of the song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song. What a delightful song it is. Very much a forgotten gem of a song.


Song-Ae bewafa ye to bata (Captain Kishore)(1957) Singer-Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Khumar Barabankwi, MD-Chitragupta

Lyrics

ae bewafa
ae bewafa
ye to bata
kya hai meri khata aa
ae bewafa

dil ka fasaana toone na jaana
chhoda zamaana tere hi liye
toote hain saare sapne hamaare
yoon besahaare koi kya jiye
kyun kar diya be-aasra
ye to bata
kya hai meri khata aa
ae bewafa

nazren milaa ke
ulfat jataa ke
apna banaa ke
daga kyun diya
nazren milaa ke
ulfat jataa ke
apna banaa ke
daga kyun diya
ban ke paraaya mujhko bhulaaya
dil ko jalaaya
ye kya hai kiya
kis baat ka badla liya
ye to bata
kya hai meri khata aa
ae bewafa

tere liye hum tadpenge har dum
dil mein tera gham rahega sanam
tere liye hum tadpenge har dum
dil mein tera gham rahega sanam
darti nigaahen dekhengi raahen
bhar bhar ke aahen kahenge ye ham
jo kuchh kiya
achha kiya
ye to bata
kya hai meri khata aa
ae bewafa


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Blog Day :

4081 Post No. : 15220

Today’s song is from film Raami Dhoban-53. It is sung by Geeta Dutt, Shankar Dasgupta and chorus. The lyrics are by Ram Murthy Chaturvedi and the music was by a relatively less known composer, Hiren Bose. The film was made by Navkala Niketan-of Ramesh Vyas, the Producer. The film was directed by Hiren Bose.

It is very rare to see both the director of the film and its composer being the same. There are cases, when Producer/Director or Director/Lyricist or even Director/main actor being one and the same, but director and composer combination is not that common. In the 50’s decade, S N Tripathi, music director was a multi-faceted artiste. He was an actor, composer, director and a singer too. He had acted in 83 films,sang 13 songs in 7 films, directed 18 films and gave music to 107 films- composing 863 songs in all. He was the MD in all the 18 films, which he had directed- from Ram Hanuman Yuddha-57 to Sant Gyaneshwar-81.

Till S N Tripathi achieved this feat, Hiren Bose was considered a marvel. He acted in 6 films, directed 15 films, gave music to 3 films and wrote story and screen play in 2 films. I had first written on him 7 years ago. After that more details became available, hence here is his detailed information…

Born in Calcutta on 26-9-1903, Hiren completed his college education and learnt classical music & Rabindra sangeet to such proficiency that soon he earned titles of “Vidya Bhushan” and “Sangeet Ratna “. He wrote in Bengali papers and for Bangla films too.

In the years 1928 to 1932,Hiren had joined HMV as a Music Director. Here he became a close friend of Kazi Nazrul Islam and Dhiren das. Both kazi and Hiren wrote lyrics for songs in HMV .

Around 1929,a new , young and attractive singer came to HMV. Her name was KANAN BALA. She came for recording songs. Soon the handsome Hiren cast his spell on Kanan and she started considering him as her mentor in HMV. They were a quartet of friends, Kanan, Hiren, Kazi and Dhiren. In HMV Kanan recorded many songs set to tune or written by Hiren Bose.

In 1932,this team left HMV,on the issue of Royalty and joined the newly formed Megaphone Recording company. Here too after 2 years, this team left Megaphone and joined Columbia recording company. By 1934, Hiren wrote in his autobiography- JATI SMAR (My memories)-later that he had lost interest in Kananbala.

Hiren’s eyes were now set on a bigger Horizon -BOMBAY. He knew that remaining in Calcutta may not be suitable for him. Meanwhile he had met another struggler, ANIL BISWAS. Hiren advised him to go to Bombay for brighter future and also promised him all his help. Although,by then ANIL BISWAS was comfortably placed in Calcutta, he left for Bombay as per Hiren’s advise. Hiren Bose was a highly respected name in musical circles of Calcutta.

Hiren started working in Bombay. His fame as a versatile film person had already reached Bombay and he had no difficulty in getting work there. Hiren directed Dharam ki Devi-35,followed by Piya ki Jogan-36 and then Mahageet 1937. As per his promise he gave a chance to Anil Biswas to give music,independently to DHARAM KI DEVI-1935. As such earlier he had composed a song in Bharat ki Beti-35- “Tere poojan ko Bhagwan” sung by Rattan bai. But then he had shared the Music direction with Zande Khan. That song had become quite popular then.

Hiren Bose was very fond of acting in films and he also acted in MAHAGEET-1937. It was in this film that Anil Biswas FIRST introduced playback singing in a Bombay film. (In Calcutta R C Boral had started playback in 1935 itself). The FIRST ever Playback song in this film was ” Jeevan hai ek kahani,Duniya bhi hai ek kahani ” . It was sung by Anil Biswas and was filmed on Hiren Bose on the screen.Thus Hiren Bose’s name became a Historical name in Bombay film industry. This was how, Anil Biswas repaid the debt of Hiren Bose,in helping him to get established in Bombay Music field.

(Ref- ‘The early composers- Music beyond Boundaries by Dr. Ashok Ranade pp 183-186).

After Mahageet, Hiren Bose got an offer from Madras to direct a Telugu film- Bhakt Jaydev-1938,which he did successfully.

Hiren Bose kept on shuttling between Bombay and Calcutta,doing some films here and some there.He also acted in some Bangla films during that period. He was so versatile in many departments that he did acting, directing, lyrics, singing,and composing. His complete Filmography is not available but some details are available.

As a Director 15 films are to his credit-
Chup-31
Mahua-34
Dharm ki Devi-35
Piya ki Jogan-36
mahageet-37
Bhakta jaidev-38
India in Afica-39
Amar Geeti-40
Kabi Joydeb-41
Daasi-44
Banjarey-48
Sree Tulsidas-50
Ghungroo-52
Raami Dhoban-53
Ektara-57

He acted in
Rishir prem-31
Chup-31
Udayer pathe-44
Towards the Light-44
Sesh Raksha-44
Mahageet-37

As a writer-
Meerabai (s/Play and story)-32
Rajrani Meera(story)-33

As a composer
India in Africa-39
Kabi Joydeb-41
Raami Dhoban-53

After directing his last film Ektara in 1957, Hiren Bose lived a retired life. His last few years were mostly unhealthy and he spent time writing lyrics for geets in Bangla which were usually sung by Hemant Kumar, Kanan Bala and Suprova Sarkar.

Hiren Bose died on 18-6-1987 and one of the most versatile, multifaceted and multilingual artist disappeared for ever….

Film Raami Dhoban-53 was a version of the original film on this story- Chandidas, first made in 1932, with Durgadas Bannerjee and Uma Shashi, in Bangla language. This was a first Hit film for New Theatres. The music was by R C Boral. After 2 years, when Saigal came on the film horizon of India, the film was remade with him in the lead, in Hindi, in 1934. This was New Theatre’s first Hindi Hit film. This remake also gave a motion to the ‘Bilingual’ trend, set earlier by Prabhat film company, with its ” Ayodhyecha Raja” in Marathi and ” Ayodhya ka Raja” in Hindi in 1932 itself. This commercially viable and profitable trend continued, both at Bombay and Calcutta, for the next more than 20 years.

These days, there are not just Bilingual, but Multilingual remakes. But the difference is, today a Hit and Successful film in one language made elsewhere, is remade with same story, but different actors and locations. Earlier, on the same set and same time, two language films used to be shot with almost the same cast and location. Even the producer and director used to be the same for both the languages.

The Bangla film Chandidas-32 was directed by Debki Bose and the cinematographer was Nitin Bose. Later, Nitin Bose directed the Hindi remake in 1934 and it was a bigger hit than the Bangla version. This was, of course, because of the wider market for the Hindi version. I am not aware of any other film on this story made in any language in India.

It was almost after 20 years that a new film in Hindi was made on this story of Bangla Vaishnavite saint of the 15th Century. This time the lead was done by yet another Bangla actor Abhi Bhattacharya. The cast of the film Raami Dhoban-53 was Kamini Kaushal, Abhi Bhattacharya, Tiwari, Sankata Prasad, Sona Chatterji, Uma Devi, Prem Adib as a Guest artiste and many others.

Some actors are identified with an immortal character they played on the silver screen, e.g. Prem Adib as Shri Ram, V.Shantaram as Dr.Kotnis, Dev Anand in Guide, Guru Dutt in Pyaasaa, Meena Shorey as the Lara Lappa Girl etc. In my mind, the image of Abhi Bhattacharya is etched as the ideal Teacher in film Jagriti-1954. His face was such that it can not be imagined as a lover boy or a jumping jack running around trees with the Heroines. In film Jagriti, he fitted absolutely in the role of an ideal teacher. He did many types of roles in films, but his image for ever, was clubbed with Jagriti-54.

Abhi Bhattacharya ( 20/11/1922-11/9/1993) had a handsome and impressive personality. Belonging to the Bimal Roy camp,he debuted in 1947 with film Naukadubi from Bombay Talkies- a Bengali dominated production house. Some of his other notable films were Yatrik-52, Jagriti-54, Biraj Bahu-54, Anuradha-60, Aradhana-69, Seeta aur Geeta-72 etc etc. He worked with stalwarts like Bimal Roy, Satyen Bose, Nitin Bose,Guru Dutt, Ritwik Ghatak etc. In the later part of career he worked as Lord Vishnu and lord Shrikrishna in many Mythological films. He wrote one book too,”Destiny with Dadaji”. He acted in 166 films. His last film was ‘Professor ki padosan’-93. He died on 11-9-1993.

The story of the love between Chandidas and Raami was not an ordinary one. The other day I found this story on speakingtree.in, on the internet. Here it is….

Chandidas was the son of a Brahman priest. He was very handsome, charming and of a quiet countenance, but was forever lost in some world of his own. His father, tired of him, died, and Chandidas was forced to succeed him as the purohit of the local temple of a goddess.

Chandidas’ heart was never into these frivolities. He was devoted to Lord Krishna immensely. Then, one day, as he was sitting silently on the banks of the river in their village, his heart filled with sadness and disillusionment at the world. Legend has it that the Devi of the temple of their village appeared there, and told him that he would become a great poet and philosopher.

Then, when he was returning, he beheld a washerwoman washing clothes. When she got up, the two looked at each other, and it was love at first sight.

Chandidas thought that Rami, the washerwoman, was divinely beautiful. She was the source of strength and courage to him, just as Radha had been for Krishna. And this marked the beginning of Chandidas’ poetry.

Chandidas’s brother, who was ashamed of Chandidas because of his romantic involvement with the low-caste Rami, forced him to take part in a shudhikaran ceremony and purge himself of the sin of Rami’s touch. But just at that moment, Rami came, weeping and struggling as guards stopped her. ‘Chandithakur, would you leave me forever for society? Do I have just this much value for you?’

Chandidas was put in a dilemma. Here was the woman he loved like no one else, who always stood by him when people turned on him. And on the other side, the society his father had structured, and the people who revered his family, still stuck in social conventions and stupid rites and traditions.

Chandidas made his decision on the spot. He walked towards Rami, took her hand, and led her away from the village forever. They stopped at the house of Ganesha the singer, where Chandidas and Rami spent the rest of their lives singing hymns for Krishna and Radha.

Chandidas and Rami’s love cannot be described in words. It is a love which transcends all barriers, shatters all conventions, and ends in purity and total abandonment of the world – a spiritual domain. If it has to be compared to someone, then the love of Radha and Krishna stands apt. Like Radha, Rami was beautiful like none. Like Krishna, Chandidas was charming and handsome, but considered only Rami as the star in the soulless sky of his life. But there’s a crucial difference.

Radha and Krishna were separated by society’s cruel hands. Krishna, heeding social conventions, went on and married 8 principal wives and 16000 other women, while Radha was left waiting for him. While Chandidas and Rami, realizing that these norms were but binding cords on their necks, let go of everything and led their lives in perfect freedom and love.

However, the main emotion in both tales is true love, transcendental and all-encompassing. Love which has no trace of any animosity, expectations or jealousy, but is the very nature of the soul. It is this love, this inherent nature we all must strive to realize, and we’ll soon realize the difference this brings in our lives. Maybe, we would one day stare in the face of God!

Today’s song is the 6th song from this film to be discussed here. There were 14 songs in all, a large number indeed, considering that the average of songs in the 50s had come down to almost 6 to 7 songs per film. The song is very melodious. One finds lot of similarity between songs of Hiren Bose and Anil Biswas….may be because both used the folk tunes of Bengal in their music.


Song-Sun sun Dhobiya kahe re dhobaniya (Raami Dhoban)(1953) Singers -Shankar Daasgupta, Geeta Dutt, Lyricist- Ram Murthy Chaturvedi, MD- Hiren Bose
Female chorus
Male chorus
All chorus

Lyrics

chham chham chham chham chham
hey
chham chham chham chham chham
hey
chham chham chham chham chham
siya ram siya ram
ram ram siya ram
ram ram ram ram ram ram
sun sun dhobiya kahe re dhobaniya
sun sun dhobiyaa kahe re dhobaniya
chham chham chham chham chham

duniyaa gol hai
ghoom ghoom kar milte baarambaar
duniyaa gol hai
ghoom ghoom kar milte baarambaar
to phir hil mil kyun na karen
kyun na karen hum pyaar
to phir hil mil kyun na karen
kyun na karen hum pyaar
duniya gol hai
chham chham chham chham
siya ram siya ram
ram ram siya ram
ram ram ram ram ram ram
sun sun dhobiya kahe re dhobaniya
sun sun dhobiyaa kahe re dhobaniya

aa ha ha ha
a aa aa aa
lahron se milke khele machhariya
sajna se mil khele(?) mori najariya
lahron se milke khele machhariya
sajna se mil khele(?) mori najariya
bhaag tore jaage o mori sajni
bhaag tore jaage o mori sajni
bhaag tore jaage hamra balamva ganwaar
haay ram hamara balamava ganwaar

duniyaa gol hai
ghoom ghoom kar milte baarambaar
duniyaa gol hai
chham chham chham chham chham
hey
chham chham chham chham chham
hey
chham chham chham chham

duniyaa gol hai
ghoom ghoom kar milte baarambaar
duniyaa gol hai
ghoom ghoom kar milte baarambaar
to phir hil mil kyun na karen
kyun na karen hum pyaar
to phir hil mil kyun na karen
kyun na karen hum pyaar
duniya gol hai

chham chham chham chham chham
siya ram siya ram
ram ram siya ram
ram ram ram ram ram ram

sun sun dhobiya kahe re dhobaniya
sun sun dhobiya kahe re dhobaniya

kaanha se raadha mile chori chori
waise to bhi(?) mile chhaila se gori
kaanha se raadha mile chori chori
waise to bhi(?) mile chhaila se gori
bhola balmava hamaar o re piya
bhola balamva hamaar
chhup chhup ke khele shikaar
chhup chhup ke khele shikaar

to phir hil mil kyun na karen kyun na karen hum pyaar
to phir hil mil kyun na karen kyun na karen hum pyaar
duniya gol hai
duniya gol hai
chham chham chham chham chham
hey
chham chham chham chham chham
hey
chham chham chham chham chham


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Blog Day : 4078 Post No. : 15216

“Chandu”(1958) was directed by Manju (Harold Lewis) for N R Productions, Bombay. The movie had Daljit, Meena, Shasikala, Pran, Gulab, Gope, Sunder, Om Prakash, Mehmood, Harun, Satish Batra etc.

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

Here is the second song from “Chandu”(1958) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Rafi and Geeta Dutt. Raja Mehdi Ali Khan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Bipin Baabul.

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


Song-Gore gore gaalon pe kaala ye til (Chandu)(1958) Singers-Rafi, Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Raja Mehdi Ali Khan, MD-Bipin Babul
Both

Lyrics

aa ha ha ha
gore gore gaalon pe kaala ye til
kaala til
haaye mera dil
gore gore gaalon pe kaala ye til
kaala til
haaye mera dil
ha ha ha
ha ha ha
ankhiyon mein pyaar kare
jhilmil jhilmil
jhilmil jhilmil
haaye mera dil

ek do teen chaar paanch chhe saat aath
ginta rahe
tere liye ho jiya tere liye
nau das gyaarah baarah terah chaudah
pandarah solha
ginti rahoon
tere liye o piya tere liye

hoy ginti na gino madam
aa mujhse mil
aa mujhse mil
haaye mera dil
ha ha
aa ha ha
ha ha ha
ankhiyon mein pyaar kare
jhilmil jhilmil
jhilmil jhilmil
haaye mera dil

taaron ki chhaanv mein tere liye
chanda ke sang sang jaaga karoon

raaton ko jungle mein tere liye
majnu main ban ke ho bhaaga karoon
kisne kiya hai mera jeena mushqil
maine
haan
maine kiya hai tera jeena mushqil
jeena mushqil

haaye mera dil
aa ha ha
aa ha ha
ankhiyon mein pyaar kare
jhilmil jhilmil
jhilmil jhilmil
haaye mera dil

dil ki tijori se daulat luta
mere liye ho billo mere liye
haan samjhe na waah haan
daulat ko sadkon pe doongi bichha
tere liye ho ballo tere liye

seene pe rakh mere sone ki sil
sone ki sil
haaye mera dil
aa ha ha
ha ha ha

ankhiyon mein pyaar kare
jhilmil jhilmil
jhilmil jhilmil
haaye mera dil


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Blog Day : 4074 Post No. : 15212

“Nirmal”(1952) was produced by Revachand M Dembla and Biharilal C Pandit and directed by S Upendra for Shankar Theatres, Bombay. This movie had Poornima, Amarnath, Mirza Musharraf, Shanta Kunwar, Shaam Kumar, Habeeb, Leela Kumari, Cuckoo, Urwashi, Khushi Moolwaani, Sayyad ahmad, M Pahlaj, Peetaambar Setpal, Ajeet, Shaamlal etc in it.

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

Here is the fourth song from “Nirmal”(1952) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Geeta Dutt. Moti B A is the lyricist. Music is composed by Bulo C rani.

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


Song-Bhanwra bada deewaana (Nirmal)(1952) Singer-Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Moti B A, MD-Bulo C Rani

Lyrics

bhanwra bhanwra
bhanwra bada deewaana
loote kali kali ka rang
wo loote kali kali ka rang
wo loote kali kali ka rang
madhuban mein chhaayi hariyaali
kali khili hai daali daali
dekh kali ko mast ho gayi
bhanwre ki aankhen matwaali
bhanwra bada machalvi bada sayaana
do din ka hai pankh
wo loote kali kali ka rang
wo loote kali kali ka rang

khili huyi kaliyon par jaaye
lachke kha kar gul ko lagaaye
jiska ras pi daala uske
paas na jaaye aankh churaaye
bhanwra
ye hai kaala wo hai gori
komal komal ang
loote kali kali ka rang
wo loote kali kali ka rang

rang bhi kaala dil bhi kaala
ras pee kar udd jaane waala aa aa aa
rang bhi kaala dil bhi kaala
ras pee kar udd jaane waala aa aa aa
is se dil na lagaana o bholi
ye hai saath na dene waala
bhanwra
di leke ye daga karega
iske preet ka dhang
wo loote kali kali ka rang
wo loote kali kali ka rang


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Blog Day : 4066 Post No. : 15202

Jaane Jaana Yoon Na Dekho Aaj Nafrat Se Mujhe” – this lovely lilting from the 1963 film ‘Faulaad’, is the creation of the songwriter Anjaan. A poet who has given us some of the most wonderful gems of the Hindi screen. Songs like “Pipraa Ke Patwaa Sarikhe Doley Manwaa” (‘Godaan’, 1963), “Bahaaro Thaam Lo Ab Dil, Mera Mehboob Aata Hai”(‘Namaste ji’, 1965), “Aap Ke Haseen Rukh Pe Aaj Nayaa Noor Hai”(‘Bahaaren Phir Bhi Aayengi’, 1966),  “Aaj Tumse Door Ho Kar, Aise Royaa Mera Pyaar”(‘Ek Raat’, 1967), and “Bina Badraa Ke Bijuriyaa Kaise Chamke”(‘Bandhan’, 1969) – and on to “Rotey Huye Aate Hain Sab, Hansta Hua Jo Jaayegaa. . .”(‘Muqaddar Ka Sikandar’, 1978), “Maano To Main Ganga Maa Hoon, Naa Maano Te Behtaa Paani”(‘Ganga Ki Saugandh’, 1978), “O Khaike Paan Barnaaras Waala” (‘Don’, 1978), “Pag Ghunghroo Baandh Meera Naachi Thi” (‘Namak Halaal’, 1982), “Gori Hain Kalaayi’aan, Tu La De Mujhe Hari Hari Choodiyaan” (‘Aaj Ka Arjun’, 1990). And many more.

Remembering Anjaan on the 22nd anniversary of his passing away, earlier this week (3rd September).

Today, I present another wonderful song penned by him – a song that has been forgotten and has remained obscure for decades. The film is equally obscure – ‘Lady of the Lake’ from 1960. The film is produced and directed by AM Khan, under his own banner of AM Khan Productions, Bombay. It is a fantasy cum stunt film. The list of actors includes Azad, Krishna Kumari, Shaam Kumar, Sherry, Jai, Neelima, Shahgul, Ram, Fani Tinchar, Jilani, Jameela, Baby Leela, OK, Avtar, Maqbool, Robert, and Burhan etc.

The film has nine songs shared between three songwriters. Five songs are written by Anjaan, one by Saba Afghani and the remaining three by Munshi Naayab. Two songs of this film are already represented on our blog.  Today’s song is also from the pen of Anjaan. Music for all the songs is composed by the music director duo of Suresh-Talwar.

The lyrics of this song have been sent in by Nitin Shah.

This song is a duet in the voices of Geeta Dutt and Mahendra Kapoor. Here is duet combination of two well known singers, who came together very rarely during their careers. There may probably be fifteen or maybe less, songs that they have sung together.

A wonderful lilting melody that should have been heard more often. I am sure you would agree.

 


Song – Sun Re O Chhalia, Boley Kya Paayaliya (Lady Of The Lake) (1960) Singers – Geeta Dutt, Mahendra Kapoor, Lyrics – Anjaan, MD – Suresh-Talwar

Lyrics (Provided by Nitin Shah)

sun re o chhaliya
boley kya paayaliya
chhed ke dil ke taar
sajanawa aaj na ja
balamwa aaj na ja
o tere bina ratiya
o re mann basiya
soona laage sansaar
sajanwa aaj na ja
balamwa aaj na ja

kab se baithi raah mein teri
baalam aas lagaaye
ho oo oo balam aas lagaaye
itne din ke baad miley bhi
to tum rahe paraaye
ho oo oo
do dil milne na paaye
behki adaayen
tujh ko bulaayen
dil hai bada beqraar
sajanwa aaj na ja
balamwa aaj na ja

jaadu ajab chalaaye gori
tera roop suhaana
ho oo oo tera roop suhana
pehli jhalak mili jab teri
dil ho gaya deewana
haaye ab isey kahaan hai jaana
ruk ja re ruk ja
palkon mein chhup ja
kar le ji bhar pyaar
sajanawa aaj na ja
balamwa aaj na ja
o sun re o chhaliya
boley kya paayaliya
chhed ke dil ke taar
sajanawa aaj na ja
balamwa aaj na ja

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

सुन रे ओ छलिया
बोले क्या पायलिया
छेड़ के दिल के तार
सजनवा आज न जा
बलमवा आज न जा
ओ तेरे बिना रसिया
ओ रे मन बसिया
सूना लगे संसार
सजनवा आज न जा
बलमवा आज न जा

कब से बैठी राह में तेरी’
बालम आस लगाए
हो ओ ओ बालम आस लगाए
इतने दिन के बाद मिले भी
तो तुम रहे पराये
हो ओ ओ
दो दिल मिलने ना पाये
बहकी अदाएँ
तुझ को बुलाएँ
दिल है बड़ा बेक़रार
सजनवा आज न जा
बलमवा आज न जा

जादू अजब चलाये गोरी
तेरा रूप सुहाना
हो ओ ओ तेरा रूप सुहाना
पहली झलक मिली जब तेरी
दिल हो गया दीवाना
हाय अबे इसे कहाँ है जाना
रुक जा रे रुक जा
पलकों में छुप जा
कर ले जी भर प्यार
सजनवा आज न जा
बलमवा आज न जा
ओ सुन रे ओ छलिया
बोले क्या पायलिया
छेड़ के दिल के तार
सजनवा आज न जा
बलमवा आज न जा


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Blog Day : 4053 Post No. : 15182

“Dolti Naiyya”(1950) was directed by Mirza Musharraf for Shaan e Hind pictures, Bombay. This social movie had Nigar Sultana, Sham Dulaari, Amarnath, S Mazhar, Cuckkoo, Veena Kohli, Sabodhani, Pratima Malhotra, Laxmi, Sikandar, Sharief Mirza, Jleel A, Bhudo adwani, Mukri, Ameer Ali, Munshi Munaqqa, Mirza Musharraf etc in it.

“Dolti Naiyya”(1950) had ten songs in it that were penned by eight lyricists.

One song has been covered in the past.

Here is the second song from “Dolti Naiyya”(1950) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Geeta Dutt (then Roy). Prakash B A is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ram Prasad.

Only the audio of the song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of this song. It sounds like a club dance song to me.


Song-Zara dil ko lagaana sambhaal ke (Dolti Naiyya)(1950) Singer-Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Prakash B A, MD-Ramprasad

Lyrics

zara dil ko
haan zara dil ko lagaana sambhaal ke re ae
koi dilbar banaana banaana
ho koi dilbar banaana dekh bhaal ke
ho dekh bhaal ke
dil ki keemat hai dil
de ke dil
dil se mil
rakh le haathon pe dil ko nikaal ke
ho o o
rakh le haathon pe dil ko nikaal ke
koi dilbar banaana dekh bhaal ke
ho dekh bhaal ke

dil hai bhola naadaan nahin
isko pahchaan tu
bikta hai muft bina maal ke
dil hai bhola naadaan nahin
isko pahchaan tu
bikta hai muft bina maal ke
ho o bina maal ke
haan bina maal ke
ho o o
koi dilbar banaana banaana
ho koi dilbar banaana dekh bhaal ke
ho dekh bhaal ke

dil ko
ho dil ka jaadu balam
o bole meethhi sargam
ho bole meethhi sargam
gamapadha
pa ga ma
dha ni sa ri ni sa
ni dha pa ma dha ni pa

rakh de saath mein duniya ko dhaal ke
o o o
rakhde saath mein duniya ko dhaal ke
koi dilbar banaana dekh bhaal ke
ho dekh bhaal ke
zara dil ko lagaana sambhaal ke re ae
koi dilbar banaana banaana
ho koi dilbar banaana dekh bhaal ke
ho dekh bhaal ke
zara dil ko lagaana sambhaal ke re ae
koi dilbar banaana banaana
ho koi dilbar banaana dekh bhaal ke


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