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This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day :

4649 Post No. : 16313

#The Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 131 # Qawwalis – 9
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Welcome all to another post presenting a song from the ‘decade of seventies-1971-1980’. The years when I was growing, and as a ‘child’ I have many memories and nostalgia especially related with the only popular entertainment medium available those days i.e., ‘Hindi Cinema’, ‘Radio’ and ‘Hindi Film Music’.

Today I am once again taking you to back to the ‘seventies’. Today we will listen to a ‘qawwali’ composed by Raam Laxman. His first on the blog in this category. Today’s song in not a ‘pure’ ‘qawwali’ but can be termed a ‘fusion-qawwali’ if I am not wrong. Today’s song can also remind readers of the famous ‘raaz ki baat kah doon to’ from the movie ‘Dharma-1973’.

Well, the today’s song or ‘qawwali’ is from the movie ‘Agent Vinod-1977’.

‘Agent Vinod-1977’ was directed by Deepak Bahri for ‘Sargam Pictures Pvt. Ltd., Bombay’.
It had Mahendra Sandhu, Asha Sachdev, Rehana Sultana, Iftekhar, Pinchoo Kapoor, Nazir Hussain, Ravindra Kapoor, K.N. Singh, V. Gopal, Vishwa Mehra, Viju Khote, Rajan Kapoor, Sunder, Bhagwan, Sharat Saksena, Kamal Deep, Master Romi, Shail Chaturvedi, Ranvir Raj, Gurbachan, Brujendra Mohan, Jagdeep, Helen, Jayshree T., Leena Das, Sheetal, Asha Potdar, Geeta Khanna, Shobhna Shah and others.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 23.07.1977.

I vaguely remember to have watched this movie with my Father, I had forgotten about this movie except its one song ‘Lovelina aa gaya main’. And later on, when I started my music collection, I was always looking for this movies’ song. The other thing that had made to my ‘impressionable mind’ was its dashing hero Mahendra Sandhu. However, I do not remember if I watched his other movies too (they are not so many I think).
But like many other stars from the ‘seventies’, I always remember Mahendra Sandhu’s name whenever movies or related stories about movies were discussed among friends or in the family with elders.

This movie had six songs which were penned by Ravindra Rawal and composed to music by Raam-Laxman.

Following is the list of songs of this movie (as given in HFGK Vol-V-1971-1980);

S.No. Song Title Singer/s Posted On
01 Zu zu … main jhonka matwaala Kishore Kumar, chorus
02 Lovelina main aa gaya Asha Bhonsle, Shailendra Singh 21.10.2013
03 Band kamre mein ek ladki akeli Asha Bhonsle, Mahendra Sandhu
04 Mehfil mein aaye ho aao muqaabil Asha Bhonsle, Manna Dey Being discussed today
05 Yaara dildaara, tera ye ishaara Usha Mangeshkar, Dilraj Kaur
06 Ham to nikle ram bharose Mahendra Kapoor, Jaspal Singh, chorus

We can see that as many as nine singers were used for the six songs in this movie. This easily give us hint about the variety of the songs this movie had.

Only one song from this movie has been posted on the blog on 21.10.2013. Around the same time, I had noted the today’s song which is being presented today.

Today’s song happens in a party and is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Manna Dey. On screen it is Leena Das and Mahendra Sandhu lip-syncing in the voices of Asha Bhonsle and Manna Dey respectively.
Also seen in the picturization is Asha Sachdev who accompanies Mahendra Sandhu in the party which I guess is hosted by Pinchoo Kapoor who seems to have planned to trap Mahendra Sandhu – a secret agent. And for this purpose, Leena Das sings the song to woo Mahendra Sandhu. Mahendra Sandhu who is already aware of their intentions joins the song. Not just that , he even cautions them ‘hamse na uljho aye jaan e mehfil jaan jaaoge,
pehchaan jaaoge, phir maan jaaoge’ 😊

I hope readers will like today’s song as much as I do. 😊

let us now enjoy today’s song …


Song-Mehfil mein aaye ho aao muqaabil jaan jaayenge (Agent Vinod)(1977) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Manna Dey, Lyrics-Ravindra Rawal, MD-Ram Laxman

Lyrics

Aa aa aa
Aa aa aa
Aa aa aa
aa aa aa
Jo roshani hai
aaftaab chaand taaron mein
Jo dilkashi hai
chaman ke haseen nazaaron mein
Mere shabaab mein
aise samaa gaye ae donon
Ke jaise pyaar ke nagme
jawaan bahaaron mein

Mehfil mein aaye ho
Aao muqaabil jaan jaayenge
Pehchaan jaayenge
Phir maan jaayenge
Mehfil mein aaye ho
Aao muqaabil jaan jaayenge
Pehchaan jaayenge
Phir maan jaayenge

Aji hamse na uljho
Ae jaan e mehfil jaan jaaoge
Pehchaan jaaoge
Phir maan jaaoge

Surkh zanjeer nazar teer
Adaayein khanjar
Hain tabassum mein bijliyaan
Mera shabaab kehar
Aa aa
Inmein uljhaana mujhe
Koi aasaan nahin
Maut ka darr ho jise
Main wo naadaan nahin
Kabhi nishaana
Kabhi waar chook jaata hai
Mera qaatil har ek baar
Jhhuk jaata hai
Iss ghadi bhi hoon nishaane pe
Waar kar jaao
Ya meri maut ka phir aitbaar kar jaao

Hmm bahut dekhe
Haan
Hamse na uljho
Ae jaan e mehfil jaan jaaoge
Pehchaan jaaoge
Phir maan jaaoge

Waqt ke saath main har rang mein
Dhal saktaa hoon
Zidd pe aaoon to rukh hawaa ka
Badal saktaa hoon

Josh mein yoon naa machal
Naaz itna bhi naa kar
Tujhko behkaa gayi hai
Ye jawaani ki lehar
Ye mera kaam thha
Aagaah tujhe kar dena
Koi mushkil nahin
Gumraah tujhe kar dena
zulfein kar doon jo pareshaan to
Aise ghir jaao
Inn andheron mein
Umr bhar bhatakte reh jaao
Achha
Hmm
Mehfil mein aaye ho
Aao muqaabil jaan jaayenge
Pehchaan jaayenge
Phir maan jaayenge

Jahaan mein dekhe hi nahin hai
Toone zindaa dil

Tu bhi samjhaa nahin nadaan
Adaayein qaatil
Aa aa
Aaj maukaa hai milaa

Phir na karnaa tu gilaa
Main hoon tayyar khadaa
Jhoothi zidd pe hai adaa
Jaane kyon teri jawaani pe
Reham aata hai
Haath aaya shikaar bhi
Koi ganwaata hai

Nainon se teer chale
Haan
Meri aahon se chale

Neechi nazron ki hayaa
Khaali ye waar gayaa
Tabassum ki ye bijlee
Naa meri jaan nikli
Ye meri shokh adaa
Kuchh asar hi naa hua
Dekh meri angdaayee
Ye bhi mujh tak na aayi

Mere liye koi nayaa sitam
Ijaad karo
Ya jo jawaab diya hai maine
Use yaad karo
Kyon yaad aaya ke nahin

Aji hamse na uljho
Ae jaan e mehfil jaan jaaoge
Pehchaan jaaoge
Phir maan jaaoge

Hamse na uljho
Ae jaan e mehfil jaan jaaoge
Pehchaan jaaoge
Phir maan jaaoge


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day :

4628 Post No. : 16279

Today’s song is from the movie ‘Jurm-1990’.

By the standards of this blog ‘Jurm-1990’ is a very recent movie. This movie made made its debut on the blog during its early days, viz on 12.09.2008 with its ‘heart-touching’ song ‘jab koi baat bigad jaaye, jab koi mushqil pad jaaye’. This song is said to be inspired by the song “500 miles” (Peter Paul & Mary version/ brothers four version).

Today we are going to listen to the second song from this movie. This song ‘marne ke dar se mere dil’ is said to be inspired by Madonna’s “La Isla Bonita”.

‘Jurm-1990’ was directed by Mahesh Bhatt for ‘Vishesh Films’.It was produced by Mukesh Bhatt. It had Vinod Khanna, Meenakshi Sheshadri, Sangeeta Bijlani, Shafi Inamdar and Anang Desai and supported by Sharat Saxena, Akash Khurana, Om Shivpuri, Jack Gaud, Mahesh Anand, Girija Shankar and others.

Story, Screenplay and dialogues of this movie were written by Salim Khan. Editing of this movie was done by Dimpy Bahl.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 05.07.1990 with restricted viewing certificate i.e. ‘A’ certificate.

This movie had six songs (as per wiki) including one three-part song. Lyrics for this movie were written by Indeewar and Payam Sayeedi, and music was composed by Rajesh Roshan. Asha Bhonsle, Amit Kumar, Kumar Sanu, Sadhna Sargam, Manhar Udhas, Mohd Aziz had given their voices to the songs of this movie.

Today’s song, the second song of this movie is appearing after a gap of ‘4572’ days on the blog. It is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Mohd Aziz. Lyrics are by Indeewar and music is composed by Rajesh Roshan.

Today’s song, a motivational song, is a nice hummable song to listen to.
Sangeeta Bijlani and Vinod Khanna are seen performing on the song in the voices of Asha Bhonsle and Mohd Aziz respectively. Mahesh Anand and many other artists can also be seen present in the song which also happens to be a ‘party-song’.

I have not watched this movie, so I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on this movie and its songs.

Let us now enjoy today’s song …

Video

Audio

Song-Marne ke darr se mere dil jeena na tu chhod denaa (Jurm)(1990) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Md Aziz, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Rajesh Roshan
Both
Chorus

Lyrics

aa
aa
aa
aa aa aa aa aa

marne ke darr se mere dil
aa aa aa
jeenaa naa tu chhod denaa aa
marne ke darr se mere dil
aa aa aa
jeenaa naa tu chhod denaa
rone ke darr se jahaan mein
hansnaa naa tu chhod denaa aa
marne ke darr se mere dil
aa aa aa
jeenaa naa tu chhod denaa
aa aa aa
rone ke darr se ae jahaan mein
hansnaa naa tu chhod denaa aa aa

marne ke darr se mere dil
aa aa aa
jeenaa naa tu chhod denaa

jab tak qismat saath naa degi
tab tak khwaab adhoore honge
ik din sapney poore honge
aahaa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa

kaam tera chalte jaanaa hai
chalnaa hi manzil paanaa hai
maut kaa naam hi ruk jaanaa hai
aa haa aa

kaanton mein ghirne ke dar se
aa aa aa
chalnaa naa tu chhod denaa aa
kaanton mein ghirne ke dar se
aa aa aa
chalnaa naa tu chhod denaa aa
rone ke darr se jahaan mein
hansnaa naa tu chhod denaa aa
marne ke darr se mere dil
aa aa aa
jeenaa naa tu chhod denaa aa

tap tap parr pa ra paa
tap tap
tarr ra paa
tap tap parr pa ra paa
tap tap
tarr ra paa

milna aur bichhad jaanaa to
hoti hai sanjog ki baatein
roz kahaan poonam ki raatein
aa haa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa

yaar se yaar khafaa hote hain
laakhon log judaa hote hain
hangaame kya kya hote hain
aa haa aa

lekin judaayi ke darr se ae
aa aa aa
milnaa naa tu chhod denaa aa
lekin judaayi ke darr se ae
aa aa aa
milnaa naa tu chhod denaa
rone ke darr se jahaan mein ae
hansnaa naa tu chhod denaa aa aa
marne ke darr se mere dil

aa aa aa
jeenaa naa tu chhod denaa aa

tu ru tu ru ru ru ru ru
ru ru ru ru ru ru ru ru ru oo oo
ru ru ru ru ru ru ru ru ru oo oo
ru ru ru ru ru ru ru ru ru oo oo
ru ru ru ru ru ru ru ru ru oo oo


This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day :

4581 Post No. : 16195 Movie Count :

4407

Hullo Atuldom

“Sangeet” (1992) is a movie I have seen in parts on satellite television, don’t remember if I have seen the whole of it. Whatever I have seen has stayed with me and here is synopsis of the movie:

(1) Madhuri Dixit played a double role of mother-daughter. This, at a time when she was a glamour doll in other movies, Madhuri had a de-glamourised look as both mother and daughter. (2) Madhuri, as the daughter, was a blind girl staying in a under-construction building with Jackie Shroff as her neighbour. (3) Even Jackie had a role different from what he was playing in those days i.e. he was an out of work folk artist who has come to the big city in search of a appreciative audience. (4) Shafi Inamdaar played a wealthy man who marries the mother-Madhuri and Nitish Bharadwaj was her lover who she couldn’t marry. (5) Satish Shah played a music composer who has no qualms about hijacking other people’s tune and passing it off as his own. As per imbd.com it is the story of a blind orphan girl who has dreams of being a successful singer and reaches her goal with the help of another street singer and in the process discovers her parents too.

This was possibly the only Hindi movie which K. Viswanath directed, which was not a remake of his own Telugu hits. And in Madhuri he had a competent performer who did justice to both the roles, this was one of her underrated movies. Possibly the Hindi audience didn’t take too well to the story and the movie bombed. But both the lead actors had ‘hatke’ roles (an oft-repeated phrase among film makers). The melodies were the doing of Anand- Milind and Santosh Anand was the lyricist. Anuradha Paudwal, Suresh Wadkar, Pankaj Udhas, Jolly Mukherjee etc were the playback singers. Today’s song has Jolly Mukherjee giving his voice for Jackie Shroff.

Madhuri Dixit and Jackie have acted together in about 12 movies but this is one jodi that doesn’t come to the notice of Hindi film fans. They have been lovers, friends, bhabhi-devar, brother-sister (I am sure no one remembers that in “Tridev” they played siblings) etc. They have been good friends all through the years as is evident from the various times they have come together on TV and videos available on the internet.

Today we are having a song to wish Jaikishan Kakubhai Shroff a.k.a Jackie Shroff on his 64th birthday. He has been in the industry for close to 40 years beginning his journey as the villain’s henchman in a Dev Anand movie- he played Shakti Kapoor’s chamcha in Dev Anand’s “Swami Dada”. He is forever indebted to Subhash Ghai and has gone on record to say that he is ready to stand-in for the props in his movie if Subhash Ghai even mentions it. This is evident from the characters he has played in Ghai’s movies- father of Kareena Kapoor and his sisters, a guest appearance in “Saudagar”, a tiny role in “Trimurti”- I can go on quoting Shubash Ghai movies starring Jaggu Dada as he is fondly addressed in the industry. His journey into the filmworld was through the modelling world. He is the father of Tiger (Jai Hemant) Shroff the current heart-throb of the youngsters. Jackie Shroff is one of the actors of the ’80s whose movies I love to see the others being Anil Kapoor, Sunny Deol, and Govinda.


Video

Song-Sun o haseena kaajal waali (Sangeet)(1992) Singer-Jolly Mukherjee, Lyrics-Santosh Anand, MD-Anand Milind

o o o o o
ud ud ud udta jaaoon
main panchhi albela
koi sune ya sune na mujhko
arre gaata jaaoon akela

arre
sun o haseena kaajal waali re
sun o haseena
arre sun o haseena kaajal waali
mera poochho pata na dildaaraa
main aawaara ek banjaara re
mera poochho pata na dildaaraa
main aawara ek banjaara
main aawaara ek banjaara
main aawaara ek banjaara
ho mera poochho pata na dildaraa
main aawaara ek banjaara re
mera poochho pata na dildaaraa
main aawara ek banjaara

teri saanson ke jhoolon mein
jhoola jhooloon
arre jhoola jhooloon jhooloon main
tere honthon ke phoolon ko
haule se chhoo loon chooloon main
arre dil ka bajaaun main ektaaraa
main aawaara ek banjaraa
ho dil ka bajaaun main ektaraa
main aawaara ek banjaara
arre sun o haseena kaajal waali re
sun o haseena
arre sun o haseena kaajal waali
mera poochho pata na dildaaraa
main aawaara ek banjaara re
mera poochho pata na dildaaraa
main aawaara ek banjaara

dhoop mein bhi chala
chhaanv mein bhi chala
arre mann mera manchala
sabse pyaar se mila
dhoop mein bhi chala
chhaanv mein bhi chala
arre mann mera manchala
sabse pyaar se mila
peechhe mudke na dekha dobaara
main aawaara ek banjaaraa
peechhe mudke na dekha dobaara
main aawaara ek banjaaraa
arre sun o haseena kaajal waali re
sun o haseena
arre sun o haseena kaajal waali
mera poochho pata na dildaaraa
main aawaara ek banjaaraa re
mera poochho pata na dildaara
main aawaara ek banjaara
hoy aawaara ek banjaara
main aawara ek banjaara
ho mera poochho pata na dildaaraa
main aawaara ek banjaara re
mera poochho pata na dildaaraa
main aawaara ek banjaaraa
main aawaara ek banjaaraa
main aawaara ek banjaaraa


This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day :

4495 Post No. : 16026

Hullo Atuldom

“Saagar” (1985) had a cast of Dimple Kapadia, Rishi Kapoor, Kamal Hasaan, Saeed Jaffery, Nadira, Sharat Saxena, Shafi Inaamdar, Satish Kaushik, Lilliput and Madhur Jaffery. It was directed by Ramesh Sippy and was produced by G P Sippy’s ‘Sippy Films’. It was a vehicle for Dimple’s comeback into Bollywood after her sabbatical brought on by marriage and family life. She was making a comeback after a gap of about 11 years. Her heroes were also her age group so they made an eye-pleasing team.

“Saagar” was a simple love story of a rich boy falling in love with a ‘not-so-well off girl’ who helps her father run a tavern in a fishing village . She has a childhood friend (Kamal) who loves her but cannot get himself to profess it. Into this village the rich boy (Rishi) walks in, befriends Raja (Kamal) and falls in love with Mona (Dimple). There is also friendship between the three, almost reminiscent of Raj Kapoor’s “Sangam”. We have Ravi’s (Rishi) grandmother playing the spoke in the cartwheel of the lovers. We also have one friend sacrificing his love for the happiness of the other two.

All-in-all nothing spectacular just that the movie was entertaining and we had the lead actors giving good performances. The songs were written by Javed Akhtar, and RD Burman was the composer. He had Kishore Kumar (who won a Filmfare award for “Saagar kinaare”), Lata Mangeshkar, S P Balasubramaniam, Asha Bhonsle and Shailendra Singh singing the songs in the movie.

I am writing this post to wish the superstar of South Indian cinema on his 66th birthday. He has been in the industry from a young age. He began as a child-actor and I have written a brief about him in this post of mine four years ago. So let us get directly to the song and marvel at this actor’s ability to emote with his eyes.

The song is sung by SPB and is a party song which is a celebration of the characters birthday. It has Nadira and Lilliput who are aware of Raja’s feelings and Saeed Jaffery and others who are oblivious. The song also begins with RD’s trademark of making music with unusual instruments; here he has used a comb.

Wishing Kamalhassan all health and happiness today on his 66th birthday.


Song-Sach mere yaar hai (Saagar)(1985) Singer-S P Balasubrahmaniam, Lyrics-Jawed Akhtar, MD-R D Burman
Chorus

Lyrics

sach mere yaar hai
bas wohi pyaar hai
jiske badle mein koi to pyaar de
baaki bekaar hai
yaar mere
ho o yaar mere
sach mere yaar hai
bas wohi pyaar hai
jiske badle mein koi to pyaar de
baaki bekaar hai
yaar mere
ho o yaar mere

jis haathh mein ik haathh hai
us haathh ki ee kya baat hai
kyaa faasle ae kya manzilen
ik humsafar gar saath hai
jiski kismat koi yoon sanwaar de
wohi dildaar hai ae
yaar mere
ho o yaar mere

sunte thhe hum ae zindagi
gham aur khushi ka mel hai
hum ko magar aaya nazar
ye zindagi wo khel hai
koi sab jeete
sab koi haar de
hahaha
apni to haar hai
yaar mere
haan yaar mere
sach mere yaar hai
bas wohi pyaar hai
jiske badle mein koi to pyaar de
baaki bekaar hai
yaar mere
haan yaar mere
laalalalalaa
laalaalaa
laalalalalaa
laalaalaa
laalalalalaa
laalaalaa
laalalalalaa
laalaalaa
laalalalalaa
laalaalaa


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day :

4485 Post No. : 16004 Movie Count :

4383

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#The Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 108 # Tribute to Lyricist – Anjaan #
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Today 28th Oct’2020 is the ninetieth birth anniversary (born on 28.10.1930 in Varanasi) of Lalji Pandey better known to us by his pen-name ‘Anjaan’.

As per our blog statistics he has written over 1300 songs during his career in Hindi movies. Most of his works were in collaborations with composers Kalyanji–Anandji, Laxmikant-Pyarelal, R. D. Burman and Bappi Lahiri.

He passed away at the age of sixty-six on 3rd of Septemeber’1997 in Mumbai.

On his ‘birth anniversary’ I was looking for a song from a new movie where he had penned all the songs.

I am taking the readers to the decade of seventies. Today we will listen to an enjoyable song from that decade. This song was frequently heard on radio those days. It was perhahs the only known song from the movie.

I have not watched this movie so I am in no position to discuss much about it.

The movie is “Jwaalaamukhi”(1980). So it is another same name movie getting introduced in the blog.

“Jwaalaamukhi-1980” was directed by Prakash Mehra for Baboo Mehra Productions, Bombay. It had Waheeda Rehman, Shatrughan Sinha, Reena Roy, Vinod Mehra, Shabana Azmi, Bindu, Kader Khan, Shreeram Lagoo, Pran, Ram Sethi, Bhola, Yunus Parvez, Shivraj, Asha Chandra, Mumtaz Begam, Goga, Kirti, Uttam Sodi, Jugnu and others.

Amjad Khan, Aruna Irani and Raj Babbar had ‘special appearance’ in the movie.

The movie was passed by Censor Board on 17.12.1980.

I do not remember how this movie had fared at the box office so I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on the movie and its songs.

The movie had five songs including a music track as mentioned in HFGK and listed below (our new practice now onwards while introducing a movie 😊)

All the songs were written by Anjaan and music was composed by Kalyanji-Anandji.

None of the songs from this movie made it to the ‘annual list of Binaca Geetmala’ of 1981 (as the movie was released in December’1980).
When I thought that the today’s song should be more popular as I liked it listening then too and could have made to the list or ‘shadow list’ of the ‘binaca geetmala’ (or songs that could not make it to the finals as compiled by Anil Bhargava), to my surprise it was not. However, one other song from this movie “Paan, beedi, cigarette, tambaaku, na sharaab, ham ko nasha hai muhabbat ka janaab’ sung by Kishore Kumar made it to this ‘shadow’ list.

List of songs in this movie as appearing in HFGK (1971-1980) Vol-V.

Song Title Singer
1) Hum tere bina bhi nahin jee sakte … Kishore Kumar, Mahendra Kapoor, Asha Bhonsle, Hemlata
2) Hmm hmm tujhe sab pyaar karte hai…ye chehre pe chehraa Kishore Kumar
3) Kabhi tumne kisi ko phaansaa … Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar
4) Hmm welcome …. hamko to nashaa muhabbat ka hai janaab Kishore Kumar, Shatrughan Sinha
5) Music –

let us now enjoy this wonderful and highly hummable song. It is picturized on Shabana Azmi, Shatrughan Sinha, Vinod Mehra and Reena Roy who are performing on the song while many others are seen in the picturization of this song.

Lyrics of this song were sent by Prakashchandra.

Audio

Video

Song-Tere bina bhi nahin jee sakte (Jwaalamukhi)(1980) Singers-Asha Bhosle, Kishore Kumar, Mahendra Kapoor, Hemlata, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Kalyanji Anandji
(Kishore Kumar + Mahendra Kapoor)

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

(dialogues not included)

hum
tere bina bhi nahin jee sakte ae ae aur
tere bina bhi nahin jee sakte
hum tere bina bhi nahin ji sakte ae ae aur
tere bina bhi nahin jee sakte
arrey hona kisi ek ka hai
ye hamko pataa hai
magar kya karen
dil se
majboor hain hum
tere bina bhi nahin jee sakte ae ae
aur tere bina bhi nahin jee sakte aur
tere bina bhi nahin jee ee sakte

kyaa ye raaz hai
kaisaa andaaz hai
main tera nishaana hoon
woh tera deewaana
deewaanon ka anjaam kyaa hogaa

kyaa ye pyaar hai
kaisa iqraar hai
waadaa hai kisi se
iraada hai kisi ka
to phir dil ka
kya faislaa aa hogaa aa

arrey jaise nadiya ke do kinaare
waise tum to do yaar
tum donon do aankhein hamko
donon se hain pyaar
ham tere bina bhi nahin jee sakte ae ae ae
aur tere bina bhi nahin jee sakte
arrey hona kisi ek ka hai
ye hamko pataa hai
magar kya karen
dil se
hunh majboor hain hum
tere bina bhi nahin jee sakte ae ae ae aur
tere bina bhi nahin jee sakte aur
tere bina bhi nahin jee ee sakte

satyug ki reet woh
kalyug mein naa chaley
paanch pandaavon ki thhi
ek patraani
ye tab thha
magar ab nahin hogaa

satyug ki reet kyun
kalyug mein naa chalein
unkaa dil bhi dil thha
hamaara dil bhi dil hai
jo tab thha
woh ab kyun nahin…ee hoga
arrey yug badley to
duniya badley
badley har dastoor

o badley har dastoor
badalna hamein nahin manzoor
hum tere bina bhi nahin jee sakte ae ae
aur tere bina bhi nahin jee sakte
arrey hona kisi ek ka hai
ye hamko pataa hai
magar kya karen
dil se
majboor hain aen hum
tere bina bhi nahin jee sakte ae ae ae
aur tere bina bhi nahin jee sakte ae aur
tere bina bhi nahin jee ee sakte

kya khayaal hai
wallahha kamaal hai
zameenein bant jaayein
jaageerein bant jaayein
dilon ka batwaara nahin hotaa
ye dil bhi khoob hai
kaise mehboob hain
aisa huaa na hoga
ik dil se pyaar do do kaa
duniyaa ko gawaaraa nahin hotaa

arrey dil ka aanaa dil ka jaanaa
kahaan hain apne haath
kaun kahaan kis ka ho jaaye
ye qismat ki baat

tum mere binaa bhi nahin jee sakte ae ae
aur
mere binaa bhi nahin jee sakte

arrey honaa kisi ek ka hai ye inn ko pataa hai
magar kya karen ae

dil se majboor hain aen hum
tere bina bhi nahin jee sakte ae ae ae aur
tere bina bhi nahin jee ee sakte aur
tere bina bhi nahin jee ee…ee sakte


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Blog Day :

4474 Post No. : 15976

“Aakhir Kyon”(1985) was produced and directed by J Omprakash. Now I realise why this movie title starts with the letter “A”. 🙂

The movie had Rajesh Khanna, Smita Patil, Rakesh Roshan, Tina Munim, Asrani, Sujit Kumar, Shubha Khote, Beena Bannerjee etc in it.

THe movie was a archtypical South Indian “social” movie. Peevesie’s mom, while discussing one earlier song from the movie had provided this summary of the story of the movie

That movie had a very topical theme of a wife (Smita Patil) being abandoned by her whimsical husband (Rakesh Roshan) for another girl (Tina Munim). The story goes on to show Smita becoming a TV anchor (she was one prior to coming into movies) and then graduating to a Novelist. Then it turns out that when her husband’s business falls in bad times he approaches her; requests her to write for him; so that he can get their daughter (whom had forcibly kept with himself at the time of separation) married decently. That is the gist of the movie. We also had a partly bald Rajesh Khanna playing a TV (DoorDarshan) cameraman who admires Smita for her rebounding power and is a support to her throughout.

This movie came at a time when DD was the only channel available and people used to have one TV in their drawing rooms. And whole families used to sit and watch whatever was dished out to them. Otherwise I cannot imagine an entire family sitting and watching this kind of a musical show on TV these days. Also those were the days when people used to quote Rani Jhansi in all their speeches. Also Indira Gandhi and Margaret Thatcher were sources of inspiration.

The movie had five songs in it. Four songs have been covered so far, with the movie making its debut in the blog in 2008, the first year for the blog !
Here are the details of the song covered in the blog :-

Blog post number Song Date posted
422 Dushman na kare dost ne wo kaam kiya hai 21 December 2008
5603 Saat rang mein khel rahi hai 8 March 2012
9544 Komal hai kamzor nahin tu 8 March 2014
15696 Ek andhera laakh sitaare 2 July 2020

We can see from the table that second and third song from the movie were discussed on 8th march (2012 and 2014) on the occasion of Women’s day. It shows that the movie had some sort of “Women’s empowerment” message in the movie.

Today (17 october 2020) happens to be the birthday anniversary of Smita Patil (17 October 1955- 13 December 1986). On this occasion, here is the fifth and final song from “Aakhir Kyon”(1985) to appear in the blog.

This song is sung by Lata. Indeewar is the lyricist. Music is composed by Rajesh Roshan.

The song is picturised as a get together song where Smita Patil lip syncs this semi classocal song while others, including Tina Munim, Rakesh Roshan and others look on. Tina Munim also uses this opportunity to fantasise about Rakesh Roshan.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala.

With this song, all the five songs of “Aakhir Kyon”(1985) are covered in the blog and the movie joins the list of movies that have been YIPPEED in the blog. This movie took nearly 12 years (3753 days to be precise) to get YIPPEED.

This song is the 3600th song of Lata Mangeshkar as a playback singer in the blog.

Video

Audio

Song-Shaam huyi chadhh aayi re badariya (Aakhir Kyon)(1985) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Rajesh Roshan

Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

Aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa
Hoon hoon hoon
Hoon hoon

Shaam Huyee
Chadh Aayee Re Badariyaa
Shaam Huyee
Chadh Aayee Re Badariyaa
Abahoon Naa Aaye
More Shyaama Sanwaariyaa
Shaam Huyee
Chadh Aayee Re Badariyaa

Abahoon Naa Aaye
More Shyaama Sanwaariyaa
Shaam Huyee
Chadh Aayee Re Badariyaa
Shaam Huyee
Chadh Aayee Re Badariyaa

O o o
Aa aa aa

Anchhuye Honth Mere
Khoye Khoye Nain Mere
Goonjatey Hai Praanon Mein
Madhur Madhur Bol Tere
Mere Saath Bain Kare ae Ho o
Mere Saath Bain Kare
Moree Atariyaa
Shaam Huyee
Chadh Aayee Re Badariyaa
Shaam Huyee
Chadh Aayee Re Badariyaa

Solah Baras Beete
Gin Gein Ratiyaan
Pee Se Milan Chalee
Sang Kee Sakhiyaan
Ab to Le Lo Piyaa aa Ho o
Ab to Le Lo Piyaa
Aake khabariyaa
Shaam Huyee
Chadh Aayee Re Badariyaa

Paa ni saa re
Ni saa re
Ni saa re
Ni dha paa
Aa aa aa
Aa aa aa
Shaam Huyee
Chadh Aayee Re Badariyaa
Abahoon Naa Aaye
More Shyaama Sanwaariyaa
Shaam Huyee
Chadh Aayee Re Badariyaa
Shaam Huyee
Chadh Aayee Re Badariyaa


This article is written by Peevesie’s Mom, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day : 4467 Post No. : 15958

Hullo Atuldom

Today’s date(10 cctober 2020) is rather unique. Fellow ASAD follower Satyajitji, from down-under, pointed it out. 10102020- “never before, never again” was the reaction to that from another regular follower of the blog. Of course it is a “unique arrangement of the numbers that form the date which is appreciated by our brain”. A true statement by our in-house encyclopaedia.

Today’s post is a rather difficult one too. Never before have I faced such a dilemma. It is a case of too many options. I sifted through a whole lot of songs before I made a choice.

The song features a heroine who was not so great-looking when she made her debut in 1970. She was extremely ordinary. Very gawky. She has said in many of her interviews that she was very uncomfortable wearing all those funny, awkward dresses and costumes. She was not happy doing the dance steps she was made to perform. She was cast opposite heroes old enough to be her father- she was hardly 13 or 14 when she made her debut. She didn’t have an elder to guide her in choosing films like her contemporary Hema Malini who had her mother with her at every stage in her career.

Her first film was not in Hindi though; it was in Telugu as a child actress- not one but two- one as a 4-year old in 1958 and next in 1966 when she was 12. Her next film was in Kannada with Dr. Rajkumar as the male lead in 1969.

But she accepted all that came her way. She has survived in an industry where fortunes change every Friday. She learnt the art of perfect make-up first. Then followed it up with some strict regimen and went from gawky to gorgeous. She was already good at emoting and dancing she just polished them up and learnt from her job and gave it all she had. For some of her heroes she was a lucky mascot and sure route to success whenever their career hit a few flops. And Jeetendra has said this in so many words once. And she doesn’t tire of admitting that if given a second chance she will love to walk the same path again.

I need not specify that I am talking of Bhanurekha Ganesan who is popular as Rekha- the sweet heart of a whole generation of moviegoers. There was a time when Hema Malini was my personal favourite as also the favourite of a few of my classmates. Then I saw “Khoobsurat” 1980 (I don’t tire of telling this) following it up with “Agreement” “Jal Mahal” and the best of the times-“Umrao Jaan”. “Umrao Jaan” was the best in terms of acting, direction, songs and small wonder that she was awarded the National Award for the best Actress for that year. I had seen a few of Rekha’s movies prior to “Khoobsurat” too but most of those movies had her playing the typical film heroine where she just had to look an eye-candy flutter her eyelashes, sing a song too and scream her way through. But she was earnest in all of those too.

She was cast in many two-heroine movies like “Nagin” (this had more than two heroines), “Muqaddar Ka Sikandar”, “Ram Balram” etc. She was heroine to actors of the 60s- Raj Kumar, Sunil Dutt, Rajendra Kumar, Dharmendra, Shashi Kapoor, Feroz Khan, Biswajeet, Deb Mukherjee, Sanjeev Kumar (I am sure I am missing a few) and actors who made their debut in the later years of the 60s- Rajesh Khanna, Jeetendra, Sanjay Khan etc. She has also paired with Navin Nischol (hero in her debut film), Anil Dhawan, Randhir Kapoor, Rakesh Roshan, Amitabh Bachchan, Shatrughan Sinha, even Rishi Kapoor and Mithun Chakravarty. Some actors who were her fans as youngsters also got to be her hero- Anil Kapoor (another ageless wonder who has done two with her), Akshay Kumar for example. But Rekha herself did movies with Dilip Kumar and Dev Anand (whose fan she was) rather late in their careers. She was Shashi Kapoor’s Vasantsena in “Utsav” and Rakesh Roshan’s avenging angel in “Khoon Bhari Maang”.

Sorry I can go on and on and people will say a fan is at work here. But I cannot get enough of her and when I chanced upon this video of Hema Malini’s 70th birthday I was supremely pleased as it gave me both my favourites in one video. Such a lot of camaraderie between the two beauties, difficult to choose who is more beautiful

Getting to today’s song, it is from a movie which was directed by Manmohan Desai. As per the tradition of Manmohan Desai movies we have Randhir Kapoor and Shatrughan Sinha as brothers who get separated as children. Both like the same girl but the girl likes the simpleton from the village who has respect for even a night-club dancer. I shall not give the story of the movie will just give the name of the movie- Rampur Ka Laxman.

Wishing our ageless diva a very happy birthday with this song which shows her in one of those costumes that I spoke of earlier. It doesn’t compliment her and that hairdo was the standard which all heroines sported back then. Plus not to miss the kilos of makeup that she had on. If my memory is correct this was a song at the birthday party of the character played by Rekha and we have Sulochana (who was the mother of the heroes playing Rekha’s nanny), Roopesh Kumar, Raj Mehra, and a smart young looking Ranjeet (who is waiting in the wings for spoiling the party).

Audio

Video

Song-Arre pyaar ka samay kam hai jahaan (Rampur Ka Laxman)(1972) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Lata, Rafi, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

arre pyaar ka samay kam hai jahaan
ladte hain log kaise wahaan
kyon mere yaar
maine bhi aaj
kya baat kahi de taali
arre pyaar ka samay kam hai jahaan
ladte hain log kaise wahaan
kyun mere yaar maine bhi aaj
kya baat kahi de taali

jo bhi kare pyaar
main uska yaar
ghalat mujhe na samajhna
main to yahaan
aaya hoon milan ke liye
main subah shaam sabka ghulaam
itna magar yaad rakhna
bura hoon main
bas dushman ke liye
ulfat ke jo pyaase ho tum
chaahat ka hoon mai nbhi sawaali
pyaar ka samay kam hai jahaan
ladte hain log kaise waha
kyon mere yar maine bhi aaj
kya baat kahi de taali

abhi ye sama hai meharbaan
jhoom ke jeele deewaane
kaisi ee haaye mastaani raat hai ae
zindagi ka lele maza
phir kya ho kaun jaane
bhaai mere ae
kuchh na tere haath hai
do char pal lehraake chal
hai zindagi kab rukne waali
pyaar ka samay kam hai jahaan
ladte hain log kaise wahaan
kyun mere yaar maine bhi aaj
kya baat kahi de taali

khel hansi aadat meri
chup rehna main na jaanoon
maine yahi ab tak jaana nahin
tum bhi mere
tum bhi mere
sabko apna hi maanoon
par ye dil sabka deewaana nahin
aur jispe hai deewaana dil
uski ada sabse niraali
pyaar ka samya kam hai jahaan
ladte hain log kaise wahaan
kyun mere yaar maine bhi aaj
kya baat kahi de taali


This article is written by Peevesie’s Mom, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day :

4455 Post No. : 15925

“Man Pasand” (1980 – censored on 26-6-1980 and released on 11-7-1980) was among the first few movies whose music cassette was purchased by my father along with “Yaarana” when they hit the market. And since then I am a huge fan of their songs. I Know almost all of them by heart.
This was a movie produced by Amit Khanna and directed by Basu Chatterji. Rajesh Roshan was the music director and Amit Khanna himself wrote the lyrics. The movie itself was inspired by the famous stage play by George Bernard Shaw – ‘Pygmalion’ (first published in 1913), and also on the hugely popular iconic film ‘My Fair Lady’ (1964 – Rex Harrison and Audrey Hepburn). The movie stars Dev Anand, Tina Munim, Girish Karnad, Simple Kapadia, Leela Mishra, Jalal Agha (appears as a guest in the song with this post), Piloo Wadia and Mehmood.

The movie has Dev Anand and Girish Karnad playing best friends, bachelors and musicologists. They encounter a loud and foul-mouthed vendor of ‘datun’ {neem branches} in the late-night local trains of Mumbai. Then and there, Dev (Pratap) throws a challenge that he can transform the unpolished girl into a graceful and talented singer and Karnad (Kashinath) picks up the bet and agrees to marry the girl if Pratap is successful.”

The above is from the last post that I wrote for this movie, in 2018 to celebrate Dev Anand’s 95th birthday.

We revisit the movie today. It has songs in the voice of another legend. When this movie was being made i.e. at the time of recording the songs of this movie, our Nightingale or Saraswathi- incarnate (as she is addressed by her ardent fans) must have been in her late 40s or just turned 50. She had been in the industry for nearly 37-38 years having stepped into the film world at the young age of 13, with the sole aim of supporting her family after the untimely death of her father. There was a time when she was rejected by Sashadhar Mukherjee for having a “thin-voice”. But it is that same “thin-voice” which was used in later years for songs that were filmed as early morning songs- “jaago mohan pyaare jaago” (Jaagte Raho); “jyoti kalash chalke” (Bhabhi Ki Choodiyan); “Satyam Shivam Sundaram” & “Bhor bhaye panghat pe” (Satyam Shivam Sundaram); and the bhajan which Saira Banu lip syncs in the morning hours in “Shaagird” – ‘Kanha kanha aan padi main tere dwar’. These are only a sample of what India’s Nightingale -Lata Mangeshkar – has given us over a career span of about 66-67 years. From the discography available on various websites it looks like she has stopped singing film songs sometime in 2010- that is why I have said that the career span is about 66/67 years. Of course, there was a time when she used to sing for actresses who were 50 years younger to her; then she switched to singing one or at the most two songs per movie after 2001 but has kept her date with recording songs by bringing out non-film albums and bhajans etc. I read somewhere that after a 14-year hiatus she recorded a song for some movie called “Dunno Y—Na Jaane Kyun” (2010).

She is a recipient of various awards including the Dadasaheb Phalke award in 1989, the Padma Bhushan (1969), Padma Vibhushan (1999) and finally the Bharat Ratna in 2001. She definitely is India’s Ratna (Gem), don’t know if we will have another like her ever!!!!

Coming back to the song for this post. This is the song by which Pratap (Dev Anand) introduces a fully trained & graceful Kamli (Tina) to upper class, high-society, party-going friends of his. He showcases her as an accomplishment of his scientific method of music coaching. The song which is composed by Rajesh Roshan as a semi classical number was picturised on a young Tina Munim and gives us a sample of what the ‘Koyal Kanthi’ Lata Mangeshkar is all about. Why I say sample is because this is a very short song. There are other songs where she has sung full classical and semi classical for close to ten minutes or even more. Here I remember another song where, in a Dev Anand movie, S D Burman has given Lata Didi (as the film industry addresses her) an 8½ minute song which has various ragas incorporated in it (any guesses which song I am referring to).

“Man Pasand” has had a rather slow journey on the blog. The movie has 8 songs of which the first one in Mohd. Rafi’s voice was posted in March of 2009. The previous song posted was in 2018 on the occasion of Dev Anand’s birth anniversary.

Here is the penultimate song the post for which began a day before Devsaab’s birth anniversary in 2019.

I can write a lot more about the song and the near-parallel careers of Devsaab and Latadidi in the film industry. But I choose to halt here.
Wishing our dear Lata Mangeshkar, a very Happy 91st birthday. Salute to her on her long innings in the industry.

Audio

Video

Song-Suman Sudha Rajni chanda aaj adhik kyun bhaaye (Manpasand)(1980) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Amit Khanna, MD-Rajesh Roshan

Lyrics

suman sudha
rajni chanda
aaj adhik kyun bhaaye
suman sudha
rajni chanda
aaj adhik kyun bhaaye
suman sudha

prem singhaashan piya biraaje
pankha jhaloon main haule
mohit mugdh unhin ko taakoon
ban mayur mann dole
suman sudha rajni chanda
aaj adhik kyun bhaaye
suman sudha
rajni chanda
aaj adhik kyun bhaaye
suman sudha

ooo aaaaa mmmmm aaaaa

pratibimb meri aashaon ka
tum santosh ho mera
aalingan sundar sapnon ka
khushiyon ka kosh ho mera

suman sudha rajni chanda
aaj adhik kyun bhaaye
suman sudha
rajni chanda
aaj adhik kyun bhaaye


This article is written by nahm, 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 other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day :

4439 Post No. : 15881

Remembrance day of Jaikishan :
———————————–
Today i.e. 12th September, 2020 is 49th death anniversary of Jaikishan, a half of Shankar-Jaikishan.

I have just now read the detailed Wikipedia Page of Shankar-Jaikishan, so will reproduce some para’s which are worthy of mention in terms of Jaikishan’s death anniversary.

“Shankar Jaikishan enjoyed an unrivalled position in the Hindi film industry. During their heyday and even toward the later part of their career, they were the highest paid music directors in the industry. Barring stray exceptions, they were paid more than the leading actors and the promotional material of their films would give them more prominence than anyone else.”

“What can I say… my musical partner in life has gone, what is left of me to say anything more, I had never thought that at such an early age he would leave us all and go; Anyway his good qualities of maintaining goodwill, giving love and receiving love were innate in him and I too don’t have them in me. He used to regularly remind me of my innate quality of being in a boisterous mood all the time and always abrasive with some one or the other and so on and so forthwith…….”
(Shankar on Jaikishan’s death in an interview with AmeenSayani.)

The page also has this to say about Shankar Jaikishan, vis-à-vis different singers :

“Shankar Jaikishan combo worked above all of with Mohd Rafi and secondly Mukesh, and produced numbers of hits and unmatchable gems. Mohd Rafi was their favourite singer despite having good reputation with other playback singers of its time.”

I read somewhere else, that the mukhda of the song “Ye mera prempatra padh kar” from ‘Sangam’ was actually taken from the letter written by Jaikishan to his than fiancée “Priya”. So this could be the instance where Jaikishan unwittingly revealed that he is the composer of the block-buster song. This caused a rift between the two as Jaikishan broke the unwritten agreement between them, of not revealing which of them is the creator of any particular song. Here, Rafi Sahab is said to have intervened and solved the issue between Shankar and Jaikishan, and also later on between Lata Mangeshkar and Shankar in the mid 70’s.

But there is no doubt of the truth here when it is said that “Shankar-Jaikishan, along with other artists, composed “everlasting” and “immortal melodies” in the 1950s, 1960s, and early 1970s.[2] Their best work was noted for being “raga-based and having both lilt and sonority”.

All hindi film music fans agree that they changed the face of hindi film music with “Barsaat” and the success of the film and its music played a big role in this change.

The music I think was versatile and inspiring to new music directors. Theirs was a first of its kind duo, as far as I know who combined their talents and acumen with two lyrcists and made a fearsome foursome. They can also be called fabulous and formidable. They had to be, to be on top of the game for two decades. Shankar-Jaikishan can also be credited for starting the trend of version songs, one male and one female version. Contemporaries and seniors like Naushad and S.D.Burman rarely did it. Naushad in “Mere Mehboob” and S. D. Burman in “Sharmilee” and “Tere Ghar Ke saamne”. But in the later instance, it was both male solos.

I am actually trying to wrap up the long running series on Mohammad Rafi songs, so trying not to look for a Rafi Sahab song for posting on this occasion. But as luck would have it, I found this popular song from ‘Pyaar hi Pyaar’(1969). Moreover this song has a stamp of Shankar-Jaikishan signature style in the orchestration of the music. This is an Asha-Rafi duet, with the fast pace and beat. This is the manifestation of Asha Bhonsle making inroads in the Shankar Jaikishan cap, which started with “Teesri Kasam”. Shankar-Jaikishan were known for Lata only music scores through 50’s and not just for R.K. films. I think the exceptions to this were very rare and few, where Asha, Geeta Dutt or Shamshad Begum got to sing Shankar Jaikishan compositions. Suman Kalyanpur was one such alternative which Shankar Jaikishan tried, in mid- 60’s for duets with Rafi sahab.

I have also tried to find if Shankar Jaikishan ever re-used their own tune to compose songs, but could not find any such songs. Their music was a huge commercial success, so no one else could try and copy their songs.

The song I am presenting in a party song, where Vijayanthi Mala is trying to make Dharmendra jealous, flaunting a dance partner. There are other popular Rafi solos in the film, but this would be the most popular, with the title song of the film ’dekha hai teri aankhon mein pyar hi pyar beshumaar’.


Song-Tu mera main teri duniya jaley to jaley (Pyaar Hi Pyaar)(1969) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Rafi, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Shankar Jaiskishan

Lyrics

Tu mera
main teri
duniya jale to jalay
tu mera
o main teri
ha duniya jale to jalay
nananana
dil teraa
ho jaan teri
duniya jalay to jalay
dil teraa
jaan teri
duniya jalay to jalay

jhoom jhoom naache
mera pyaar bharaa dil
gun gun gaaye
iqraar bharaa dil
tujh se nigaahen milin
mil gayaa dil
phool ki tarah se meraa
khil gayaa dil
jhoom jhoom naache
mera pyaar bharaa dil
gun gun gaaye
iqraar bharaa dil
tujh se nigaahen milin
mil gayaa dil
phool ki tarah se meraa
khil gayaa dil
rut jawaan
pyaar bhari
ha duniyaa jalay to jalay
nananana
dil teraa
ho jaan teri
duniya jalay to jalay

aahaaaahaa
tu mera
o main teri
ha duniya jale to jalay
nananana
dil teraa
ho jaan teri
duniya jalay to jalay

waada nibhaane dekho
aaye hain sanam
lab pe duaayen laaye
tere liye ham
dil jo diya hai tujhe
phir kya hai gham
marta hoon tujhpe hi
apni qasam
arey waada nibhaane dekho
aaye hain sanam
lab pe duaayen laaye
tere liye ham
dil jo diya hai tujhe
phir kya hai gham
marta hoon tujhpe
apni qasam
tu meri
ha jal pari
duniya jalay to jalay

aahaaaahaa
tu mera
o main teri
ha duniya jale to jalay
nananana
dil teraa
ho jaan teri
duniya jalay to jalay

aahaaaahaa
tu mera
o main teri
ha duniya jale to jalay

roop ke sharaare hain
tere hi liye
saare yeh nazaare hain
tere hi liye
aankh ke ishaare hain
tere hi liye
baanhon ke sahaare hain
tere hi liye
roop ke sharaare hain
tere hi liye
saare yeh nazaare hain
tere hi liye
aankh ke ishaare hain
tere hi liye
baahon ke sahaare hain
tere hi liye
main tujhi par mari
ha duniya jalay to jalay
nananana
dil teraa
ho jaan teri
duniya jalay to jalay

aahaaaahaa
tu mera
o main teri
ho duniya jale to jalay
nananana
dil teraa
ho jaan teri
duniya jalay to jalay


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4435 Post No. : 15871

Hullo Atuldom

We are into the last four months of the year. Just got the first positive message “Sab theek raha toh iss baar 31 December ko nayaa saal aane ki nahi, purana saal jaane ki party karenge”. (Wish I could write this in Devnagari) I am sure I need not translate this.

Just as I was sitting to write this our Peevesie messaged that “Josef-Born in Grace”, a movie that was her first independent assignment as costume designer, has won an award at the Madrid International Film Festival for Best Set Design at the awards function on Sunday evening (6th September). Incidentally that movie also got her, her life-partner and is from her in-law’s production house.
In a celebratory mood I asked her for her farmaish of an Asha Bhonsle song and today’s song is her choice. She has a love for that movie, its songs and the dress/costume (in particular) that Amisha Patel wore in the song. She reminds me that as a tiny-little girl she had also worn a similar Pink Skirt and White Top.

This movie is 20 years old. It made its debut on the blog in 2014 with the song ek-pal-ka-jeena-phir-to-hai-jaana. That was a post to wish the hero of the movie. Today’s song is to wish our evergreen Ashatai (as Asha Bhonsle is addressed by one and all).

Ashatai celebrates her 87th birthday today. She was the third born to Pandit Deenanath Mangeshkar and his wife Shevanti, Lata Mangeshkar being the oldest. I read somewhere recently that her older sister Meena Khadikar shares her birthdate (would love if someone can confirm this). Usha Mangeshkar and Hridaynath Mangeshkar are the other siblings, part of this musical clan. Their children and grandchildren are also into music and carrying the family tradition forward.

Followers of the blog are aware that she began singing in films when she was hardly 10 years old with a Marathi song in 1943. Her first Hindi song came in 1948 when she sang under Hansraj Behl’s music direction. She has had a long innings since then and initially she used to get songs that were filmed on the second lead or vamps etc. I don’t think that there is any need to write about how she sang more songs than many other artists in the ‘50s though for B and C grade movies. She had to work so that her family could be taken care of. She worked her way up the rungs of the industry and became the favourite of the masses and classes. If the masses loved her “piya tu ab toh aaja” the connoisseurs and classes loved her for her “in aankhjon ki masti ke” and ‘dil cheez kya hai aap meri jaan lijiye”. People have loved her “aage bhi jaane na tu” and “mera kuch saaman tumhaare paas pada hai”.

Today’s song is a party song. It is on board a yacht and is part of the Christmas eve celebrations. Amisha Patel has just found that she likes Hrithik Roshan who is as yet unaware of his feelings. She sings and dances to try and make him envious and displays her fondness for her childhood friend Rajesh Tandon. Payal Malhotra or Kamya Punjabi (not sure) is the girl who is trying to get Hrithik’s attentions. This song is written by Saawan Kumar and is the only Asha Bhonsle song in the movie all the other songs are sung by Alka Yagnik. Rajesh Roshan is the music director.

Here is wishing our darling Ashatai a very Happy Birthday


Song-Jaaneman jaaneman palat teri nazar (Kaho Na Pyaar Hai)(2000) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Sawan Kumar, MD-Rajesh Roshan

Lyrics

Ku ku ku ku
Ku ku ku ku ku
Ku ku ku ku
Ku ku ku
Aaaa aaaaaa aaaaa
Aaaaaa aaaa
Aaaa aaaaaa aaaaa
Aaaaaa aaaa

jaaneman jaaneman
palat teri nazar
yahaan hai dil tera
dekhta hai kidhar

jaaneman jaaneman
palat teri nazar
yahaan hai dil tera
dekhta hai kidhar
mila le dil se dil,
pyaar se pyaar kar
udhar toh raat hai
saveraa hai idhar
jaaneman jaaneman
palat teri nazar
yahaan hai dil tera
dekhta hai kidhar
jaaneman jaaaa….neman

teri jawaani ke sadke
jaane jaaneman
ham bhi haseen kam nahin
jaane jaaneman
arre teri jawaani ke sadke
jaane jaaneman
ham bhi haseen kam nahin
jaane jaaneman
teri judaai ka gham hai
(ooooo)
varna koi gham nahin (oooooo)
bahut chaalaak hai
ban raha bekhabar
pyaar ke jaadu ka
ho raha hai asar
jaaneman jaaneman
palat teri nazar
yahaan hai dil tera
dekhta hai kidhar
jaaneman
jaaneman
jaaneman
jaaneman

heyo heyo heyo heyo he he yo
heyo heyo heyo heyo he he yo

tere liye hi bani hoon
jaane jaaneman
main sab me shaamil nahin
jaane jaaneman
ho o tere liye hi bani hoon
jaane jaaneman
main sab mein shaamil nahin
jaane jaaneman
dil se zara poochh apne
(oooooo)
kya main tera dil nahin een een (ooooo)
naya hain silsila
naya hai ye safar
nayi hai manzilein
magar hai ek dagar
jaaneman jaaneman
palat teri nazar
yahaan hai dil tera
dekhta hai kidhar
mila le dil se dil,
pyaar se pyaar kar
udhar toh raat hai
saveraa hai ae ae idhar
jaaneman jaaneman
palat teri nazar
yahaan hai dil tera
dekhta hai kidhar
jaaneman jaaaa….neman
jaane jaaneman
jaaneman
jaane jaaneman
jaaneman
jaaaaa neman
jaaaaaa neman


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