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Blog Day : 4211 Post No. : 15412

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No. 6
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“Arpan”(1983) was produced and directed by J Om Prakash for Filmyug Private Limited, Bombay. The movie had Jeetendra, Reena Roy, Parveen Babi, Raj Babbar, Preeti Sapru, Shashi Puri, Sujit Kumar, Sulochana Latkar, Dina Pathak supported by Sudhir Dalvi, Ranveer Raj, Tom Alter, Vikas Anand, Sunder Taneja, Harjeet, Feroz, Vishwanath Shetty, Shafiq Pathan, R.R. Somaiya etc in it.

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

The movie made its debut in the blog on 21 january 2010 with the song Pardes jaake pardesiyaa bhool na jaana piyaa . The second song was discussed one week later on 28 january 2010 and it was Likhne waale ne likh daale .

For the next ten years, no other songs from this movie were covered. Then there was sudden activity exactyly ten years later and the third song from the movie was discussed on 21 january 2020, exactly one decade after this movie had debuted in the blog. This song was Mohabbat ab tijaarat ban gayi hai Avinash Scrapwala, who is very enthusiastic about the “blog ten year challenge”.

Seeing that the second song from the movie was covered on 28 january 2010, today presents us with another “blog ten year challenge” opportunity as far as this movie is concerened. So here is another song from the movie. This song is sung by Lata and chorus. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

This song is picturised as a stage dance song on Parveen Babi and others. Jeetendra is seen among the audience.

I find this song so reminiscent of “Asha”(1980) songs where too Jeetendra would be seen witnessing the stage dance performances. That movie had Reena Roy instead of Parveen Babi. This resemblence is not coincidence. Both these movies were by J OmPrakash. His stories used to be similar. Jeetendra used to be a fixture in his movies. and the titles of his movies would start from the letter A. He produced 23 movies in his career, styaring from “Aas Ka Panchhi”(1961) till “Afsaana Dilwaalon Ka” (2001). 22 of his titles started with A. Only exception being “Bhagwan Dada” (1986), after which he reverted back to his lucky letter A.

Music of his movies during that succeesful spell (Apnapan, Asha, Arpan) used to be by Laxmikant Pyarelal. That is the reason why the songs of these movies sound similar to me.

Here is this nice song from “Arpan”(1983). Incidentally, all the four songs that have been covered so far were quite popular and they have remained so till now.


Song-Tauba kaise hain naadaan ghunghroo paayal ke (Arpan)(1983) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
Chorus
Lata + Chorus

Lyrics

taubaa taubaa aa aa
taubaa taubaa aa aa
taubaa kaise hain naadaan ghunghru paayal ke
taubaa kaise hain naadaan ghunghru paayal ke
ik din lenge meri jaan ghunghru paayal ke
taubaa kaise hain naadaan ghunghru paayal ke
sharm ke maare laal pad gayaa rang meraa baadaami
chhanak chhanak ke gali gali mein karen meri badnaami
ghunghruu paayal ke
taubaa kaise hain naadaan ghunghru paayal ke
taubaa kaise hain naadaan ghunghru paayal ke

kaise koi bhed chhupaaye ae ae
ghar kaa bhedi lankaa dhaaye
kaise koi bhed chhupaaye ae
ghar kaa bhedi lankaa dhaaye
dede ke main haari saari raam raheem ki kasmen
aisaa lagataa hai ye nigode nahin kisi ke bas mein
hindu hai na musalmaan ghunghru paayal ke
taubaa kaise hain naadaan ghunghru paayal ke
taubaa kaise hain naadaan ghunghru paayal ke

chhup ke gali se kaise guzroon
chhat se main neeche kaise utroon
chhup ke galii se kaise guzroon
chhat se main neeche kaise utroon
kabhi kabhi main sochoon inko phenkoon abhi utaaroon
tokne waali usi padosan ke munh par de maaroon
bharte hain logon ke kaan ghunghru paayal ke
taubaa kaise hain naadaan ghunghru paayal ke
taubaa kaise hain naadaan ghunghru paayal ke

jab chham se ye baj uthhte hain
pag men kaanten chubhte hain haaye
jab chham se ye baj uthte hain
pag mein kaanten chubhte hain
meethhaa meethhaa dard nigodaa mere man se nikle
inhen nikaaloon pairon se to jaan badan se nikle
mere dil ke hain armaan ghunghruu paayal ke
ho mere dil ke hain armaan ghunghruu paayal ke

taubaa kaise hain naadaan ghunghru paayal ke
taubaa kaise hain naadaan ghunghru paayal ke
ik din lenge meri jaan ghunghru paayal ke
ho taubaa kaise hain naadaan ghunghru paayal ke
ik din lenge meri jaan ghunghru paayal ke
ho taubaa kaise hain naadaan ghunghru paayal ke
ik din lenge meri jaan ghunghru paayal ke


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Blog Day : 4210 Post No. : 15408

Recently “Baazigar”(1972) was introduced in the blog. But this introduction was rather different. The song that was used to introduce the movie was actually a song from an earlier movie and this song plays in “”Baazigar”(1972) only as a “recording” song. I thought that the music directors of the two movies must be common. But I was wrong. When I checked up, I found that the music team of “Baazigar”(1972) was entirely different from the music team of the songsong discussed.

“Baazigar”(1972) was directed by Thakur Karunesh for Mukul enterprises, Bombay. The movie had Vijaylalita, Roopesh Kumar, Bindu, Kamal Kapoor, Sanjana, Indrani Mukherjee, Jairaj, Dhumal, Birbal, Dinesh Hingoo, Rndhir, Ifthikhar, Samson, Chacha, Suraj Prakash, Kirti Kumar, Surinder Kohli, Master Vijay, Joker (horse), Johny (dog) etc in it.

The movie had four songs in it according to HFGK and all these songs were female solos. All of them are sung by Asha Bhonsle. The song discussed in the blog did not find mention in HFGK.

Here is a song that is actually created for “Baazigar”(1972). This song, like all four songs of the movie, is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Naqsh Llayalpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Sapan Jagmohan.

The song is picturised as a seduction song on Bindu who is seen performing her thumkas for the benefit of Kamal Kapoor.


Song-Meri jhoom ke naachi jawaani (Baazigar)(1972) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Naqsh Llayalpuri, MD-Sapan Jagmohan

Lyrics

meri jhoom ke naachi jawaani
to ghunghroo toot gaye
meri jhoom ke naachi jawaani
to ghunghru toot gaye
maine ae ae chhedi jo dil ki kahaani
to ghunghru toot gaye
meri jhoom ke naachi jawaani
to ghunghru toot gaye

ho ke deewaana
keh raha hai dil
hosh mein rehna
aaj hai mushqil
ho ke deewaana
keh raha hai dil
hosh mein rehna
aaj hai mushqil
aai ee ee rang pe raat suhaani
to ghunghru toot gaye
meri jhoom ke naachi jawaani
to ghunghru toot gaye

sochta kya hai
maine lahra ke
tera daaman
choom liya hai
sochta kya hai
maine lahra ke
tera daaman
choom liya hai
peehli ee ee baar hui naadaani
to ghunghru toot gaye
meri jhoom ke naachi jawaani
to ghunghru toot gaye

bana li manzil
teri baahon mein
chhod ke duniya
do raahon mein
bana li manzil
teri baahon mein
chhod ke duniya
do raahon mein
maine ae ae
pyaar mein ki manmaani
to ghunghru toot gaye
meri jhoom ke naachi jawaani
to ghunghru toot gaye
maine ae ae
chhedi jo dil ki kahaani
to ghunghru toot gaye
meri jhoom ke naachi jawaani
to ghunghru toot gaye


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Blog Day : 4205 Post No. : 15395

Memories that are pure gold – the mention of his name brings to mind a limited set of memories. Ah but these memories are pure gold.

Remembering Vijay Anand today, on his birth anniversary. He would have been 86 today.

Without any doubts, the best and the most remarkable sense of visualization of music. Not just thinking of films with Navketan – ‘Nau Do Gyaarah’ (1957), ‘Kaala Bazaar’ (1960), ‘Tere Ghar Ke Saamne’ (1963), ‘Guide’ (1965), ‘Jewel Thief’ (1967), ‘Johnny Mera Naam’ (1970) and more, his films outside of Navketan are also as memorable for their songs. ‘Teesri Manzil’ (1966) being the most popular and loved film for its songs, and their presentation. Of course, no one counters the wholesome effect of “O Haseena Zulfon Waali”. But then, see “O Mere Sona Re Sona Re Sona Re”. The superb performances in this song by both Shammi Kapoor and Asha Parekh are the handiwork of a most capable director, who knows how to bring out the maximum impact of everything that goes into presenting a song – the ambience, the words, the music, the facial expressions, the body language, crafting the merger of actions with music, the give and take between the two protagonists – everything brought together to convey this latent feeling in the heart, bringing it to the lips, and then expressing it with an un-tethered exuberance on the part of the lady, and a coy displeasure (to start with) on part of the gentleman. The end result – as Atul ji has often pointed out – after three stanzas, all is well and the lovers are seen walking hand in hand.

Take ‘Black Mail’ (1973) and the wonderfully soft rendition of a surreal presence of the loved one – felt through the written word, the voice of lover echoing through the letters, and the presence is so real that the lady wakes up with a start having felt the reality of a kiss on her forehead. Yes, the song is “Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas, Tum Rehti Ho”. I am never tired of replaying this song, the video I mean. Just the song itself is great, but its presentation on screen has enhanced its beauty and impact many folds.

Vijay Anand has also appeared in a handful of films. In some of the films that he directed himself, and he is not in the list of actors, one can catch a glimpse of him in very brief cameo appearances. However, he has appeared in bigger roles, and also as a hero. The first film in which he made his debut in a meaty role is ‘Joru Ka Bhai’ from 1955, a comedy film in which the lead pair was Balraj Sahni and Sheela Ramani.

His next major appearance is as the hero of the 1957 film ‘Agra Road’, a cops and robbers type of story. Next we see him on screen along with his two elder brothers, Chetan and Dev, in the 1960 film ‘Kala Bazaar’ which he also directed. In this film he plays the role of the ex-boyfriend of Waheeda Rehman, who has gone for higher studies to France, and returns with his amorous loyalties shifted elsewhere.

After a gap of four years, he is seen once again in a supporting role in ‘Haqeeqat’ (1964), a film that had a large ensemble of main line stars. The next gap is much longer – 7 years. And he makes his screen appearance once again in the 1971 film ‘Tere Mere Sapne’, a film that he has directed himself. His role in this film as Dr. Jagannath Kothari, a famous gynecologist (in film), is very impressive and effective.

The next film is ‘Chhupa Rustom’ in 1973. Dev and himself, are police agents who go undercover to capture a gang of smugglers. Once again, this film is directed by him. His role, masquerading as a shady, brash, small time, two-timing con man brings out the comedian in him – in my opinion one of his best screen appearances. This film is an Indianized version of the famous novel by Alistair MacLean – ‘Fear Is The Key’.

Parallel to ‘Chhupa Rustam’ in 1973, he also appeared in the film ‘Double Cross’. In this, he appears in a double role as the hero and his twin brother who is on the wrong side of the law. He was not yet 40, but he looked quite overage for this twin brothers roles. He appears to be trying very hard to be the role, but was not convincing. The con-man role in ‘Chhupa Rustam’ was a great act, but in ‘Double Cross’ he did not quiet click. It is interesting to note that in the role of the brother on the right side of the law, Vijay is a professional photographer. That rang a bell in my mind and I checked. Very much so, the film ‘Heera Panna’ in which Dev Anand plays the role of a professional photographer also, was released in 1973 itself. As one compares the two performances, they are quite similar in mannerism, attire and body language. Now who was copying from whom? 🙂

In 1973 came another good film, produced and directed by his elder brother Chetan – ‘Hindustan Ki Kasam’. He played the role of a fighter pilot, coming from a family of soldiers and pilots. There is a brief but a great monologue by him in this film – “Saathiyo, Dosto, Hum Hi To Aaj Ke Arjun Hain. . .”. (It can be viewed at 39:40 on the timeline at the link for the film ‘Hindustan Ki Kasam‘.) He presents this monologue, takes to the skies and then does not return. A short role, albeit an impressive one.

A year later he produced the film ‘Chor Chor’ (1974), but did not direct it himself. It is a suspense thriller that did not make it good on the box office, however, it was praised by the critics and reviewers. The film had no songs, and its star cast was very interesting. Vijay had assembled many actors of yesteryears for this film – Trilok Kapoor, Jairaj, and Ranjan. The female lead opposite to Vijay himself is Leena Chandawarkar. I have not seen this film, but it seems interesting enough to merit a view.

In 1974, he appeared in another film, in a very impressive performance once again. The film ‘Kora Kaagaz’, and he is cast with Jaya Bhaduri as the leading pair. The film is about an idealistic romance that transforms into matrimony. And the matrimony cannot withstand the reality of social relations and issues of personal choices – it breaks apart. Alas, there is a happy ending as the estranged spouses meet and make up in railway waiting room. Another very impressive performance.

Then, after a gap of another 4 years, Vijay appeared in another very good role – that of a rich landlord, very well performed. The film is ‘Main Tulsi Tere Aangan Ki’. A gem of a film by Raj Khosla, Vijay is pitted against two seasoned performers – Nutan as his first and legally wedded wife and Asha Parekh as his second companion in life, whom he brings home much to the dislike of the first lady of the house.

In 1981, came the film ‘Ghungroo Ki Awaaz’ – a tale of haunting and intrigues. Once again, Vijay finds himself out of his depth. Is that a reflection of being a very good director and then come to act under the direction of another director who may not be as well capable. Don’t know whether we should draw this comparison. But then this film is not in my list of impressive performances by Vijay.

In 1984, Chetan Anand produced and directed ‘Hum Rahe Na Hum’ in which Vijay and Shabana Azmi played the lead pair. Then in 2001, he produced and directed ‘Jaana Na Dil Se Door’ in which he and brother Dev played senior roles in a film with an impressive star cast that includes Kamini Kaushal, Mohnish Behl, Moushumi Chatterji, Indrani Bannerjee, Dinesh Hingoo and Vikram Gokhale.

Vijay also appeared in a mini series on TV in 1994, titled ‘Tehkikaat’, in the role of Sam D’Silva, an investigator.

Readers would remember that Alfred Hitchcock always made it point to appear in his own films in a fleeting cameo appearance. That was his signature mark in his films, and the audiences would eagerly await to catch his appearance as they viewed his films for the first time. Vijay Anand has also a similar reputation, albeit we are not sure we have tracked down his cameos in all the films that he directed. A brief list of what I have been able to compile.

He appears in ‘Funtoosh’ (1956) as a young out-of-work writer, who meets Funtoosh (Dev Anand) after he is released from the mental hospital. Funtoosh gifts him a pen to write.

Then in ‘Tere Ghar Ke Saamne’ (1963) he appears in the stairwell of Qutab Minar, wearing spectacles, walking down the stairs with two other persons, as Dev and Nutan are busy with their amorous inclinations singing “Dil Ka Bhanwar Karey Pukaar”.

In ‘Guide’ (1965), we hear his voice, as an unknown stranger is asking about Raju guide on the railway platform. Just a very brief dialogue.

In ‘Jewel Thief’ (1967), we hear his voice on the phone, in a brief conversation with Helen.

In ‘Prem Pujari’ (1970) he appears very briefly in the role of a spy, a fleeting cameo.

Again in 1970 ‘Johnny Mera Naam’, we hear his voice very briefly as an officer of Nepal Police greets Iftekhar at the Kathmandu airport, welcoming him to Nepal.

Here is a very interesting on screen appearance trivia. Hollywood producer and director, Mike Judge of the ‘Beavis And Butthead’ fame, was a great fan of Vijay Anand. In fact, in his animated film ‘Beavis And Butthead Do America’, there is a song being played in a casino in Las Vegas. On stage, among the musicians, there is a guitar player accompanying the singer. Mike Judge had based this character on Vijay Anand. The song in that film is ‘Love Roller Coaster’, available on YouTube; just click on the link.

A brief list of shelved films of Vijay Anand.

After ‘Rajput’ (1982) and before ‘Main Tere Liye’ (1988), Vijay Anand launched ‘Dekha Jaayega’ with Anil Kapoor and Jackie Shroff. Anil backed out at last moment. After a brief gap, the film was planned again with Saif Ali in place of Anil, but was later shelved.

In 1988, he planned the film ‘Dosti Ka Taqaaza’ starring Mithun and Govinda. It was later shelved.

He appeared in the film ‘Insha Allaah’ as the hero opposite to Zarina Wahab. The film was later shelved.

He directed ‘Chura Lenge Ankhon Se Kajal’ (1992) with Akshay Kumar and Kareena Karishma Kapoor. This film was also shelved.

In 1997 he starred in and directed the NFDC (National Film Development Corporation) film ‘Nyaymurty Krishnamurty’. This film also did not see the light of the day.

In the 1990s, he also started working on another film ‘Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas’, which could not be completed, probably did not go beyond the planning stage.

OK, so today’s song. It is contributed by Avinash ji. The film is ‘Ghungroo Ki Awaaz’. The story is of a family conspiracy with shades of reminders from the film ‘Mera Saaya’. The protagonist falls in love, the lady dies in confusing circumstances, then she returns as a ghost to haunt the man. The plot finally nails down another family member, who is attempting to get rid of the protagonist, for the sake of inheritance. There are maybe some more films that are based on this scenario.

The music is by RD Burman, the words are from the pen of Vijay Anand himself and Kishore Kumar is the playback voice.

A heartfelt salute to this celluloid artist who donned many a hat in his career, and had left behind a memorable legacy.

 

Video

Audio

Song – Tere Ghungroo Ki Awaaz  (Ghungroo Ki Awaaz) (1981) Singer – Kishore Kumar, Lyrics – Vijay Anand, MD – RD Burman

Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

ho o o mere hamraaz
kaisa hai ye raaz
bulaati hai aur kho jaati hain
tere ghunghroo ki aawaaz
tere ghunghroo ki aawaaz

ho o o mere hamraaz
kaisa hai ye raaz
bulaati hai aur kho jaati hain
tere ghunghroo ki aawaaz
tere ghunghroo ki aawaaz

sitaaron ne sajaayee thhi dagar
hawaaon ne jhulaaya bhi magar
hmm hmm hmm
sitaaron ne sajaayee thhi dagar
hawaaon ne jhulaaya bhi magar
jalaa daaley
jalaa daaley
pankh naseebon ne
reh gayee hasrat e parwaaz
tere ghunghroo ki aawaaz
ho o o mere hamraaz
kaisa hai ye raaz
bulaati hai aur kho jaati hain
tere ghunghroo ki aawaaz
tere ghunghroo ki aawaaz

andheron mein chhupi hai kiran
milan hai par ye kaisa milan
hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm
andheron mein chhupi hai kiran
milan hai par ye kaisa milan
adhura hai
adhura hain
geet jeewan ka
aur toota toota saaz
tere ghunghroo ki aawaaz

ho o o mere hamraaz
kaisa hai ye raaz
bulaati hai aur kho jaati hain
tere ghunghroo ki aawaaz
tere ghoonghroo ki aawaaz
tere ghoonghroo
ki aawaaz

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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हो ओ ओ मेरे हमराज़
कैसा है ये राज़
बुलाती है और खो जाती हैं
तेरे घुँघरू कि आवाज़

हो ओ ओ मेरे हमराज़
कैसा है ये राज़
बुलाती है और खो जाती हैं
तेरे घुँघरू कि आवाज़

सितारों ने सजाई थी डगर
हवाओं ने झुलाया भी मगर
हं हं हं
सितारों ने सजाई थी डगर
हवाओं ने झुलाया भी मगर
जला डाले
जला डाले
पंख नसीबों ने
रह गयी हसरत ए परवाज़
तेरे घुँघरू कि आवाज़
हो ओ ओ मेरे हमराज़
कैसा है ये राज़
बुलाती है और खो जाती हैं
तेरे घुँघरू कि आवाज़

अंधेरों में छुपी है किरण
मिलन है पर ये कैसा मिलन
हं हं हं
हं हं हं
अंधेरों में छुपी है किरण
मिलन है पर ये कैसा मिलन
अधूरा हैं
अधुरा हैं
गीत जीवन का
और टूटा टूटा साज़
तेरे घुँघरू कि आवाज़

हो ओ ओ मेरे हमराज़
कैसा है ये राज़
बुलाती है और खो जाती हैं
तेरे घुँघरू कि आवाज़
तेरे घुँघरू कि आवाज़
तेरे घुँघरू ..
कि आवाज़


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 : 4030 Post No. : 15149

Hullo to all in Atuldom

With today’s post/ song the concerned movie achieves “YYIIPPEEEEhood”- a word on the lines of adulthood; not found in any standard dictionary and a creation of this blog just like “atuldom” and “atulites”.

The movie debuted on the blog on 18th January, 2010 and has had a rather slow run on the blog. The movie itself was huge hit in its time with all its songs still on the minds and lips of HFM lovers. (I was a child and I am not sure if I have seen it in a movie hall but have seen it umpteen times on TV.) I am not going into the minute details about the movie and say that it was directed by Dev Anand for his home production. I will also not say that the songs were written by Anand Bakshi and R D Burman was the music director. But the minute the song is posted the reaction is going to be “yeh abhi baaki hai?!!!” This was the reaction to the previous post from this movie too. In fact, Guruji had wondered how that song had escaped from being posted all these years considering it was THE MOST POPULAR song from the movie. My answer to that query would be “so that we could have that wonderful post from you, Sirji.” And the bigger reaction will be “this movie is not yet YYIIPPEEEED!!!” That is why I say wonders don’t cease in this blog of ours.
We are revisiting “Hare Rama Hare Krishna” today. This movie had seven songs and six songs -one of them being a multi-version song- are already posted.

The details of the songs from the movie that have been covered earlier :-

S N Song Song number in blog Date of posting
1 Kaanchi re kaanchi re 2268 18-Jan-10
2 Phoolon ka taaron ka sabka kehna hai Multiple version song 2838 24-Aug-10
3 Dekho o deewaanon tum ye kaam na karo 5098 4-Dec-11
4 I love you kya khushi kya hai gham 9241 4-Jan-14
5 Dum maaro dum mit jaaye gham 14829 7-Jan-19

The reason to revisit the movie today, is to wish the romantic leading lady -Mumtaz- on her 72nd birthday. She has had a journey in Bollywood that started as child star, extra, heroines’ friend etc in A- grade movies as a teenager and heroine of stunt films with Dara Singh etc. Her first adult role was that of the hero Rajendra Kumar’s sister in “Gehra Daag”. She had to wait a long time before bursting on the top heroine slot. By the time she reached the heroine slot she had played a dancer- vamp etc in “Mere Sanam”, “Khandaan”, “Kaajal’’ etc. Possibly the first time her comic side made itself felt was as ‘Meena’ in Mehmood’s “Pyar Kiye Jaa”. Her best times started with “Boond Jo Ban Gayi Moti” where she was heroine to Jeetendra after which she paired him in movies like “Jigri Dost” “Khilona” “Ek Naari Ek Brahmachari” and some more with a guest appearance in “Humjoli”. First time she paired with Rajesh Khanna was in “Do Raaste” followed by “Bandhan” “Roti” “Aap Ki Kasam” etc. She paired opposite the Khan brothers – Feroz and Sanjay- in “Aadmi aur insaan” “Apradh” “Mela” “Dhadakan” “Upasana” etc. So, what I want to highlight here is that many male actors who were lead stars in the movies during the 60s, when Mumtaz played a nimble-footed dancer or second lead-heroine sought her in the 70s to be their main romantic lead; she played heroine to Rajendra Kumar in “Tangewala”. In her career that lasted till 1977 – “Aaina” with Rajesh Khanna was her last as a heroine when she took retirement from movies in favour of family life- she had acted with actors ranging from Dara Singh, Sunil Dutt, Sanjeev Kumar, Dharmendra, Jeetendra, Rajesh Khanna, Shashi Kapoor, Feroz and Sanjay Khan. She even did a movie with Amitabh Bachchan as her hero.

Let us wish our “Kaanchi” a long and healthy life. Wish you a very happy birthday Mumu a.k.a Mumtaz.


Song-Ho re ghunghroo ka bole (Hare Rama Hare Krishna)(1971) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

ae kaancha

haay re daiya
haay re mera
saajan woh kehlaaye
dekhte sab rah jaayen woh mera
haath pakad lai jaaye

ho re ghunghroo kaa bole
aisa ho woh aisa ho
mera ghunghta jo khole

ho re ghunghroo ka bole
aisa ho woh aisa ho
mera ghunghta jo khole
arre kora kora gora gora
baanka chhora saiyyaan mora
ho re ghunghroo ka bole re

jidhar se bhi guzar jaaye mera chitchor
ha aa mera chitchor
haay daiyya mach jaaye galiyon mein shor
jhaanke jharokhon se goriyaan
jidhar se bhi guzar jaaye mera chitchor
ha aa mera chitchor
haay daiya mach jaaye galiyon mein shor
jhaanke jharokhon se goriyaan
jo dekhe ye bole,
haay mera mann dole
ho jo dekhe ye bole
haay mera mann dole
ho re ghunghroo ka bole
aisa ho woh aisa ho
mera ghunghta jo khole
arre kora kora gora gora
baanka chhora saiyyaan mora
ho re ghunghroo ka bole re

mele mein akele mohe sang lai jaaye
mohe sang lai jaaye
kaanch ki pachrangi choodiyan pehnaaye
jhumke bhi lai de bazaar se
mele mein akele mohe sang lai jaaye
mohe sang lai jaaye
kaanch ki pachrangi choodiyaan pehnaaye
jhumke bhi lai de bazaar se
jab bole haan bole
na munh se na bole
ho jab bole haan bole
na munh se na bole
ho ho re ghunghroo ka bole
aisa ho woh aisa ho
mera ghunghta jo khole
arre kora kora gora gora
baanka chhora saiyyaan mora
ho re ghunghroo ka bole re

tere jaisa
haan uuu hun
tere jaisa nahin
tere jaisa nahin re
haa aa aisa nahin re
haay raama koi mere jaisa nahi re
hai koi toh aaye saamne
mera dil dhadka de
lat uljhi suljha de
ho mera dil dhadka de
lat uljhi suljha de
ho ho re ghunghroo ka bole
aisa ho wo aisa ho
mera ghunghta jo khole
arre kora kora gora gora
baanka chhora saiyan mora
ho re ghungharoo ka bole re


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Blog Day : 3894 Post No. : 14932

“Baaje Ghunghroo”(1962) was directed by Shivraj Shrivastava for Ram Raj Films, Bombay. The movie had Manhar Desai, Nalini Chonkar, Sheela Kashmiri, Leela Misra, Manju, Jagdish Kanwal, Nazir Kashmiri, Jugal Kishore, Keshri, Baby Farida, Baby Kokila, BA, Khan etc in it.

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

Here is the second song from “Baaje Ghunghroo”(1962) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Rafi, Seeta Agrawal and Savita Bannerji. Shivraj Shrivastava is the lyricist. 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.

This song is clearly the title song of the movie. I may have erred in colorcoding the female voices which are unfamiliar to me. I request our readers with keener eras to point out the errors in the lyrics, if any.


Song-Baaje ghunghru chhana chhan chhan chhan(Baaje Ghunghru)(1962) Singers-Rafi, Seeta Agrawal, Savita Bannerji, Lyrics-Shivraj Srivastav, MD-Dhaniram
Rafi + Seeta Agrawal + Savita Bannerji

Lyrics

baaje ghunghru chhana chhan chhan chhan
baaje ghunghru chhana chhan chhan chhan
baaje ghunghru chhana chhan chhan chhan chhan
baaje ghunghru chhana chhan chhan chhan

naache man ho magan jhoome dharti gagan
naache man ho magan
jhoome dharti gagan
jhoome dharti gagan
baaje ghunghru

baaje ghunghru chhana chhan chhan chhan chhan
baaje ghunghru chhana chhan chhan chhan chhan

o o o
o o o
o o o
bhool na jaana din ye suhaane
aur zamaane bachpan ke
zamaane bachpan ke

o o o
o o o
o o o
aayenge tumko bhi yaad fasaane
aur taraane bachpan ke
taraane bachpan ke
hoon main teri sharan
tan man se sajan
hoon main teri sharan
tan man se sajan
tan man se sajan
baaje ghunghru

baaje ghunghru
chhana chhan chhan chhan chhan
baaje ghunghru chhana chhan chhan chhan

o o o
o o o
o o o
paas rahen chhahe door rahen par
dil mein rahe teri preet re
rahe teri preet re

o o o
o o o
o o o
man ki bansi hurdam bajaayen
tere milan ke geet re
milan ke geet re
jaana bhool na sajan
ye hai dil ki lagan
jaana bhool na sajan
ye hai dil ki lagan
ye hai dil ki lagan
baaje ghunghru

baaje ghunghru
chhana chhan chhan chhan chhan
baaje ghunghru chhana chhan chhan chhan


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Blog Day : 3463 Post No. : 13899

We are into the last few hours of the day today (10 january 2018). We have covered four songs for today, including one debutant song for the day. It was decided that two more songs would be covered today by Sudhir Ji, and one of them would be a YIPPEE song. But now with less than four hours left for the day, Sudhir Ji seems to have got busy. So I have decided that I will post the YIPPEE song for the day myself and Sudhir Ji may post his YIPPEE post on another day. As it is, I keep a few YIPPEE songs ready with me at any moment in order to live up to our new year resolution of covering one YIPPEE movie song daily.

The movie that I have taken up today is “Dharam Kaanta”(1982). It was a “daaku-drama” produced and directed by Sultan Ahmad who loved producing movies on this theme. His earlier movie on the same theme was “Ganga Ki Saugandh”(1978). “Dharam Kaanta”(1982) had Raaj Kumar, Rajesh Khanna, Jeetendra, Waheeda Rehman, Reena Roy, Sulakshana Pandit, Amjad Khan, Satyen Kappu, Om Prakash, Nazir Hussain, Mukri, Hina Kausar, Nisar Ahmad Khan, Sheetal, Purnima etc in it.

The movie had five songs in it. Four of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fifth and final song from “Dharam Kaanta”(1982) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Naushad.

The song is picturised as a mujra song on Sulakshana Pandit in the location of a Thakur ki haweli. Several characters in the movie, viz. Amjad Khan,Santyen Kappoo, Yunus Parvez , Hina Kausar etc are visible in the picturisation.

This song, one of the last compositions by Naushad can be counted as among the last few known mujra songs from HFM before this genre of songs all but vanished from Hindi movies.

With this song, “Dharam Kaanta”(1982) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Main aisa jhoom ke naachi aaj ke ghunghroo toot gaye (Dharam Kaanta)(1982) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Naushad

Lyrics

zaalim tere jahaan ki
har ek rasam chhod di hai
sharm o haya ki maine
zanjeer tod di ee hai ae

maine chhod di kab ki laaj
maine chhod di kab ki laaj
main aisa jhoom ke naachi aaj
ke ghunghru toot gaye
ho o
ke ghunghru toot gaye

maine chhod di kab ki laaj
maine chhod di
maine chhod di
maine chhod di kab ki laaj
mai aisa jhoom ke naachi aaj
ke ghunghru toot gaye
haaye re
ke ghunghru toot gaye

takraayi jo apne dilbar se
dil dhadka mohabbat ke dar se
takraayi jo apne dilbar se
dil dhadka mohabbat ke dar se
baahon mein jo usne gher liya
kuchh kar na saki
munh pher liya
baahon mein jo usne gher liya
kuchh kar na saki
munh pher liya
mohe loot gaya ek chor
padi main kuchh aisi kamzor
ke ghunghru toot gaye
haay re
ke ghunghru toot gaye

kyun aaj zamaane se darna
ruswaayi ka gham bhi kya karna
kyun aaj zamaane se darna
ruswaayi ka gham bhi kya karna
hansna hai ke aansu peena hai
ik raat mujhe to jeena hai
hansna hai ke aansu peena hai
ik raat mujhe to jeena hai
main chali piya ki oar
jawaani aisi hai munhjor
ki ghunghru toot gaye
ho o
ki ghunghru toot gaye

reahta thha jo mere khwaabon mein
tasweer thhi jiski aankhon mein
rehta tha jo mere khwaabon mein
tasweer thhi jiski aankhon mein
baaje hai kahin bhi shehnaayi
main samjhi milan ki raat aayi
baaje hai kahin bhi shehnaayi
main samjhi milan ki raat aayi
main aisi hui behaal
main aisi hui behaal
kuchh aisi uljhi meri chaal
ke ghunghru toot gaye
ho o
ke ghunghru
ghunghru re ghunghru re ghunghru re
ghunghru toot gaye

kuchh der ka ye afsaana hai
bas dil ko yahi samjhaana hai
kuchh der ka ye afsaana hai
bas dil ko yahi samjhaana hai
zanjeer main jis’se ghaayal thhi
duniya ki nazar mein paayal thhi
zanjeer main jis’se ghaayal thhi
duniya ki nazar mein paayal thhi
wo aaj kate zanjeer
chalaaya maine aisa teer
ke ghunghru toot gaye
maine chhod di kab ki laaj
mai aisa jhoom ke naachi aaj
ke ghunghru toot gaye
aa aa aa
ki ghunghru toot gaye
ae o o
ke ghunghru toot gaye


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“Jyoti”(1969) was produced by A Devdas and directed by Dulal Guha for Chitra Mitra productions. The movie had Sanjeev Kumar, Nivedita, Aruna Irani, Abhi Bhattacharya, Tarun Bose, Moppet Soorja aka Sarika, Lalita Kumari, Jagdeep, Gopal Saigal, Pardesi, Shekhar Purohit etc in it.
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“Basant”(1960) was produced and directed by Bibhuti Mitra for Mitra productions, Bombay. The movie had Nutan, Shammi Kapoor, Johny Walker, Minu Mumtaz, Pran, Kammo, Murad, Vitthaldas Panchotia, Jagdish Kanwal, Shyamlal, Rajendra, V Namade etc with Cuckkoo in guest appearance.
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“Rifle Girl”(1958) was produced by Dhanpat Rai and directed by B J Patel for People pictures, Bombay. The movie had Neelofar, Mehru, Samar Roy, Habeeb, Rajan Kapoor, Mirajkar, Azeem, Uma, Tiger (dog), I D Chaudhary, Vishwa Mehra, Lallu (monkey) etc in it.
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This article is written by Bharat Upadhyay, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Genius of Jaidev – 29
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At last, “Mere DHIRaj ka badla SuDHIR-ji ne de hi diya.”

For quite a long time I was ignorant about this song except its mention in HFGK. Sudhirji, not only searched out the song for me, but also posted it on ‘YouTube’ to save my labour. I am going to thank him further, when as per his promise, he is going to colour-code the lyrics.
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