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“Bhanwar”(1947) was directed by Madhu Patel for Chitra Bharati Limited, Bombay. This obscure movie had Shameem, Balwant Singh, Nirupa Roy, Maya Devi, Majid, Masaood etc in it. HFGK mentions mukhdas of eight songs and leaves gaps indicating that there were more songs in the movie whose details are not available.

Here is the first song from “Bhanwar”(1947) to appear in the blog. This rare song is sung by Naseem Akhtar and it is composed by Khan Mastana. There were three lyricists in the movie but who penned which song is not mentioned in HFGK. The uploader of this song mentions Ehsan Rizvi as the lyricist.

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

I may have erred at a few places while noting down the lyrics of the song. I request our readers with keener ears to help suggest corrections as applicable in the lyrics.

With this song, “Bhanwar”(1947) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Hai jo khizaan naseeb mein (Bhanwar)(1947) Singer-Naseem Akhtar, Lyrics-Ehsaan Rizvi, MD-Khan Mastaana

Lyrics

Hai jo khizaan
Hai jo khizaan
aan aan
Hai jo khizaan naseeb mein
aayegi phir bahaar kya
Hai jo khizaan naseeb mein
aayegi phir bahaar kya
mere liye sab ek hai
phool kkahaan ke khaar kya
Hai jo khizaan
aan aan
Hai jo khizaan naseeb mein
aayegi phir bahaar kya
aa aa aa

rote rahe jo tum yoonhi
guzregi gham mein zindagi
o o o
rote rahe jo tum yoonhi
guzregi gham mein zindagi
jaati huyi jawaaniyaan
aayengi baar baar kya
jaati huyi jawaaniyaan
aayengi baar baar kya
hai jo khizaan aan aan
Hai jo khizaan
aan aan
Hai jo khizaan naseeb mein
aayegi phir bahaar kya aa

o o o o
o o o o
shaam se raat ho chali
dil ka kamal na khil saka
shaam se raat ho chali
dil ka kamal na khil saka
kaatenge taare gin ke ham
ye shab e intezaar kya
kaatenge taare gin ke ham
ye shab e intezaar kya
hai jo khizaan aan aan
Hai jo khizaan
aan aan
Hai jo khizaan naseeb mein
aayegi phir bahaar kya aa aa

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Wadia Brothers’s (JBH Wadia and Homi Wadia) last silent film was ‘Toofan Mail’ (1932) which was released after sound films came into being.  As far as I know, the first sound film with a prestigious train name was also ‘Toofan Mail’ (1934) produced under the banner of Ranjit Movietone. This was probably the first action-adventure-stunt film with a title of the film after a prestigious train which became a huge box office success.
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“Zamaane Ki Hawa”(1952) was produced and directed by Wali Sahab for Punjab Film Corporation, Bombay. The movie had Mumtaz Shanti, Suresh, Husn Bano, Pran, Murad, Kesri, Sita Bose, Shakuntala, Neerja, Shareefabai, anjum, Rajni, Kamu, Raja Salim, Raju, Majnu etc in it.
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Behzad Lucknowi was one of many Urdu poets who entered Hindi film industry in the 1930s. However, in my view, he was also one of the least visible poet-lyricists among those who had spent over a decade in the Hindi film industry in the 1930s and 1940s. Some of his high quality ghazals like zinda hoon iss tarah ki gham-e-zindagi nahin, tumhaare bulaane ko jee chaahta hai, rehne laga hai dil mein andhera tere baghair are still remembered today. Most listeners of these ghazals would identify these songs with Mukesh, Lata Mangeshkar and Begum Akhtar, respectively, as it so often happens in case of popular Hindi film songs.
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I used to get confused among singers where the name of the singer was mentioned as Kalyani or Miss Kalyani. Some songs were also accredited to Kalyani Das. Are they all the same or are they different singers? It was only after reading the interview of Kalyani Bai (Real name: Zarina) which appeared in Shishir Krishna Sharma’s Blog ‘beetehuedin’ some time in 2012 that I could differentiate between songs accredited as ‘Kalyani’ or ‘Miss Kalyani’ between Kalyani Bai and Kalyani Das. In our Blog, the songs sung by Kalyani Bai has been tagged as ‘Kalyani’ whereas songs sung by Kalyani Das have been tagged as such. So there is no same name confusion in the Blog for both the singers.
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“Deewaali Ki Raat”(1956) produced by Vishandas Sapru and directed by Deepak Asha for V.A.R.Productions. The movie had Talat Mehmood, Roopmala, Shashikala, Gope, Motisagar, Neeta etc. in it.
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Genius of Jaidev – 56
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BHAAVNA of 1972 was a social film produced by ‘Satya Films Corporation, Bombay’ and directed by Thakur Karunesh. The star cast included Dev Kumar, Sonia Sahani, Padma Khanna, Kamini Kaushal, Jayashri T, Anita Sinha, Indira, Dev Dutt, Sajjan, Sundar, Dhanraj, B Gopal, Dilip Dutt, Rajrani, Chacha, Mulchand, Deepakraj, Dweejendra Banerjee, Manjit Kumar, Prabhat Kumar, Mahindra kumar, Shyam Kumar, Dhruv Kumar, Satish etc.
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In the 1930s and 40s, Hindi film industry attracted many well known poets and writers of Hindi/Urdu. Munshi Premchand joined Ajanta Cinetone and wrote story and screen-play for the film ‘Mazdoor’ (1934) in which he also played a cameo role. Dr Safdar ‘Aah’ Sitapuri, the Urdu poet and writer joined National Studios in 1939 and later Bombay Talkies as screen-play/dialogue writer and lyricist. Later, he also directed two Hindi films. Upendranath ‘Ashq’ joined Filmistan in 1944 as screen-play and dialogue writer. Josh Malihabadi, the Urdu poet joined Shalimar Studio in 1942 as dialogue writer and lyricist. Amritlal Nagar joined the film industry in 1941 as a screen-play/dialogue writer and lyricist. The list is not exhaustive.
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“Amar Asha”(1947) was directed by V M Vyas for Sunrise Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Paro Devi, Umakant, Sitara, Ghulam Mohammad (actor), Pratima Devi, Pandey, Amir Bano, Babu Raje, Radha, Ma Wazir, Mumtaz etc in it.
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BARSAAT KI EK RAAT (1948) was produced under the banner of Deewan Pictures, Bombay and it was directed by G Singh. The star cast included Amarnath, Pran, Asha Posley, Durga Mota, Shamlal, G N Butt, Baby Lata etc. I have no idea about the story of the film. Going by the refrains of the songs of the film, the story seems to be revolved around the romantic pairs with moods of exuberance and separation.
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