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This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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.

Blog Day : 3620 Post No. : 14428

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 69 # Singer – Kishore Kumar #
(Voice of Kishore Kumar in Seventies)
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‘5 Rifles’ (1974) – (‘पांच रायफल’) as the movie’s Censor Certificate mentions it or (‘५ रायफलें’) as the movies titles mention it – was produced, directed and written by IS Johar. It was a Shanker BC presentation for Delux Productions (India). The movie has a ‘U’ certificate, still its online version requires a confirmation of age 🙂 I don’t know why? anyway I had to watch only the title credits for information 😉 . The film was passed by censors on 09.08.1974.

It had Ambika Johar, Rakesh Khanna, Shahi Kapoor, Anil Johar, Kamal Kapoor, Veena, Sapru, Satyadip, Murad, Keti Irani, Keshto Mukherjee, IS Johar, Ravi, Ram Avtar, Chanda, Qamar Sarhadi, Nazeer Kashmiri, Kedar Sehgal, Bairam, Bali Jajani, Omi, and Master Anu. Editing for this movie was done by M.S. Shinde. DR Thakkar and Faruk Kaiser were the associate directors of this movie. Darius Gotla was the Executive Producer of this movie, whereas Seeroo Daryanani (I think it is one person only) was the associate producer.

This movie had total six songs, including the famous qawwaali – “Jhoom Baraabar Jhoom Sharaabi” which is already posted on our blog. The qawwaliis written by Nazaan Sholapuri while Aziz Nazaan was the composer and the singer. For the remaining five songs, four are written by Rajendra Krishna and one by Indeevar. Music is composed by Kalyanji-Anandji. The movie titles under singers mention the name of Asha Bhonsle and Kishore Kumar only.

HFGK Vol V liststhe following songs in the for this movie,

  • Wo kya cheez hai maharaj… duniya ke banaane waale ne (Kishore Kumar)
  • Pyaar ke patang ki dor jiske haath hai (Kishore Kumar, chorus)
  • Jab se sarkaar ne nashaabandi tod di (Kishore Kumar, chorus)
  • Teraa husn Allaah Allaah teraa roop Raam Raam (Kishore Kumar)
  • Malmal mein badan mora chamke (Asha Bhonsle)

and for the famous qawwaali included in this movie it mentions a note;

In this movie one popular qawwali ‘Jhoom baraabar jhoom sharaabi (Singer-Composer: Aziz Nazan/Lyricist – Nazan Sholapuri) was picturized on Ambika Johar in this movie.

I wonder how Ambika Johar would have felt lip syncing this qawaali in thick and heavy set male voice. 😉 In his write-up presenting the above qawwaali song Atul ji has already mentioned the following-

In reality, this qawwaali was not created for this movie. This qawwaali was created by Aziz Nazaan for his mushairas. He was the singer as well as the music director of this qawwaali. 

However, after going through details of this movie mentioned in HFGK Vol-V, I was curious to know where the credit for this qawwaali have been mentioned in the titles of this movie. It appears in the ‘Assistants’ section – for ‘music assistants’ – mentioning Babla as ‘assistant’ and Parte as ‘arranger’, Conducted by Frank Fernand, followed by mentioning that ‘Jhoom Baraabar Jhoom’ by ‘Courtesy the Gramophone Co. India Ltd and Aziz Nazan, lyrics Nazan Sholapuri’, and as we all know that ironically the film today is identified with this famous qawwaali only and its other songs didn’t even get noticed or are remembered today if I am not wrong.

I could not find information about the plot / story of the film. A comment on the internet from a reader suggests that the movie was about a fictitious story set in the backdrop of the battle for freedom. The story is about a kingdom in an unspecified time era, which conquered by a foreign power, and the efforts of the royal family and a handful of activists to wrest back their freedom.

I had vague memories of watching this film in my childhood with my parents. However, I only remember the ‘monkeys with the rifles’ and over the years after that, reading about this film, I got to know that there were the ‘look-alikes’ of ‘Rajesh Khanna’ and ‘Shashi Kapoor’ in this film. But the one memory that has been permanently associated with this film’s name is the famous ‘qawwaali’. It was very popular in those years and continues to be so for many years. It was frequently heard over loud speakers then.

Almost six years back I came across this song sung by Kishore Kumar and on checking I find that this was from this movie ‘Five Rifles’. Listening to this song give a me a feeling of hearing it many years back on radio or elsewhere. I had shared this song with Atul ji then, but somehow it remained to be posted for this day today 🙂

So, fortunately I get to share this song from this movie sung by Kishore Kumar which is a ‘patriotic song’ in disguise of a romantic song. On screen it is lip synced by Rakesh Khanna who is also trying to enact the mannerisms of the Superstar Rajesh Khanna. The situation of the song; (after watching this part of the movie having this song)

Rakesh Khanna a ‘deshbhakt’ is in jail where the officer Khotu’s wife ‘Madam Khotu’ (?) (don’t know who the actress is) is having a crush on him, goes to meet him and get him released from the jail. Since, her husband is eyeing over Rakesh’s fiancée Rajkumari – of Rakesh Khanna. So, she is doing a ‘tit for tat’ to her husband. She takes our hero to her ‘mahal’ and orders him to sing a song praising her beauty.

‘Mr. Rakesh, hamaare husn ki taarif karo’ … warna ‘khatm kar diye jaaoge’

As our hero is still not ready to surrender her, she gives him a final call

Tumko apni jaan bhi pyaari nahin’

‘Mujhe apne desh se jyaada kuchh bhi pyaara nahin’

 ‘Jhooth mat bolo’ …

Madam Khotu finally gets the hero’s ‘mangetar’ there,

‘Agar iski zindagi chaahte ho to …’

On the other side, the ‘mangetar’ also threatens the hero of losing his love if he sings a song. As our hero is in a dilemma, his eyes fall upon the map of India on the wall behind Madam Khotu’s ‘sinhaasan’. This gives him an idea, and he improvises, singing a ‘patriotic song’ for the country, disguised as a song praising Madam Khotu’s ‘beauty’.

Here is this beautiful song sung by Kishore Kumar and composed by Kalyanji-Anandji. Lyrics are by Rajendra Krishna. And I think I can mention this here that after the qawwaali of this film was posted on the blog on 30th Jun 2009, this song is coming on to the blog today after a gap of almost NINE years.

Wishing herewith all ‘Eid Mubarak’ today let us now enjoy this song …

[Author’s Note: – I had noted one additional stanza at the time of sending this song in 2012, and noted that its video is not available. This additional stanza is given after the main song. I could not find its audio or video even now. Also, I do not remember the source of this additional stanza now.]

[Ed Note: We already have a category on this blog named “Dance Under Duress”; with this song, we now introduce a similar category “Sing Under Duress”. 🙂 ]

 

Song – Tera Husn Allah Allah, Tera Roop Ram Ram (Five Rifles) (1974) Singer – Kishore Kumar, Lyrics – Rajendra Krishan, MD – Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

teraa husn allaah allaah
teraa roop raam raam
teraa husn allaah allaah
teraa roop raam raam
ek main hi nahin
tere karodon ghulaam
ek main hi nahin
tere karodon ghulaam
teraa husn allaah allaah
teraa roop raam raam
teraa husn allaah allaah
teraa roop raam raam

tu jo palke jhukaa dein
himaalaa jhuke
tu jo palke jhukaa dein
himaalaa jhuke
tu isharaa kare
gangaa jamunaa ruke
teri julfen sanwaare
kashmir ki hawaa
teri julfen sanwaare
kashmir ki hawaa
dhoyein kanyakumaari
tere paanv sadaa
tere kadmon ki dhool ko
sitaaron ka salaam
teraa husn allaah allaah
teraa roop raam raam
teraa husn allaah allaah
teraa roop raam raam

tu meraa ishq hai
meraa imaan hai
tu meraa ishq hai
meraa imaan hai
main teri jaan hoon
tu meri jaan hai
teraa deewaana hoon ye
dikhaadoonga main
teraa deewaana hoon ye
dikhaadoonga main
teri aawaaz pe
sar kataa loongaa main
teri khaatir main pea loonga
zehar kaa bhi jaam
teraa husn allaah allaah
teraa roop raam raam
teraa husn allaah allaah
teraa roop raam raam

(following lyric’s audio/video not found)

aaj kitney dilon pe teraa raaj hai
ye teri saadgee hi teraa taaj hai
kya ajantaa ki main
tujhko moorat kahun
tu banaaras ki subah
aavadh ki hai shaam
teraa husn allaah allaah
teraa roop raam raam
ek main hi nahin
tere karodon ghulaam

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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तेरा हुस्न अल्लाह अल्लाह
तेरा रूप राम राम
तेरा हुस्न अल्लाह अल्लाह
तेरा रूप राम राम
एक मैं ही नहीं
तेरे करोड़ों गुलाम
एक मैं ही नहीं
तेरे करोड़ों गुलाम
तेरा हुस्न अल्लाह अल्लाह
तेरा रूप राम राम
तेरा हुस्न अल्लाह अल्लाह
तेरा रूप राम राम

तू जो पलकें झुका दें
हिमाला झुके
तू जो पलकें झुका दें
हिमाला झुके
तू इशारा करे
गंगा जमुना रुके
तेरी जुल्फें सवारे
कश्मीर की हवा
धोएं कन्याकुमारी तेरे पाँव सदा
तेरे क़दमों की धुल को
सितारों का सलाम
तेरा हुस्न अल्लाह अल्लाह
तेरा रूप राम राम
तेरा हुस्न अल्लाह अल्लाह
तेरा रूप राम राम

तू मेरा इश्क है
मेरा ईमान है
तू मेरा इश्क है
मेरा ईमान है
मैं तेरी जान हूँ
तू मेरी जान है
तेरा दीवाना हूँ ये
दिखा दूंगा मैं
तेरा दीवाना हूँ ये
दिखा दूंगा मैं
तेरी आवाज़ पे
सर कटा लूँगा मैं
तेरी खातिर मैं पी लूँगा
ज़हर का भी जाम
तेरा हुस्न अल्लाह अल्लाह
तेरा रूप राम राम
तेरा हुस्न अल्लाह अल्लाह
तेरा रूप राम राम

(पंक्तियाँ, जिनकी दृश्य-श्रव्य कड़ी नहीं मिली)

आज कितने दिलों पे तेरा राज है
ये तेरी सादगी ही तेरा ताज है
क्या अजन्ता की मैं
तुझको मूरत कहूँ
तू बनारस की सुबह
अवध की है शाम
तेरा हुस्न अल्लाह अल्लाह
तेरा रूप राम राम
एक मैं ही नहीं
तेरे करोड़ों गुलाम

 

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This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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.

Blog Day : 3609 Post No. : 14395

Today 5th June 2018 is World Environment Day. This year’s theme is ‘Beat Plastic Pollution’!! And this year our own country India is the host for celebration of this day world-wide.

Last year I presented a post here on the blog celebrating this day, with a relevant couplet paying tribute to mother nature and mentioning some songs from Hindi movies which have used nature as a symbol/metaphor and direct reference. For this year’s theme, I don’t think any song relevant to this or either relevant to pollution, is available in our Hindi Movies. There is one song which I can relate to my favourite subject – scrap and its disposal – can be cited. It is penned by none other than Sahir Saab, the song being “Khaali Dabba Khaali Botal Le Le Mere Yaar“.

Few years back I had penned a poem – a ‘self-narrative’ by a ‘polybag (Panni) ’ and if our editors allow it can be reproduced here. The poem is in Hindi and for today’s presentation I have got its translation into English done by my daughter Ashwini.

मैं एक पन्नी हूँ और भटक रही हूँ यहाँ से वहाँ,
वैसे ही जैसे मेरे ‘प्लास्टिक’ परिवार के बाकी सदस्य,
फ़ैल रहे है  डगर-डगर और भटक रहे हैं नगर-नगर,
सह रहीं हूँ  मैं लोगों कि बेदर्दी जो मुझे देखके मुंह फेर लेते हैं,
कोई आए, उठाये मुझे, और ले जाए मुझे मेरे सही मक़ाम तक,
मुझे भी कोई गले से लगाये और प्यार से पूछे के ‘तेरा हाल क्या है’
मेरे और भी भाई-बहन हैं जो मेरी तरह ही दर दर कि ठोकरें खा रहें हैं,
कल ‘पीवीसी’(PVC) सुना रहा था अपनी दर्द भरी दास्तान,
क्यूं नहीं बचाते लोग मुझसे अपनी जान,
क्या अपने बच्चों की और भविष्य कि भी चिंता नहीं हैं इंसान को,
जो हमें सहेज कर, कर दे अलग, और रखे साफ़ अपने घर-परिसर,
कितनी निर्दयता से लोग हमें मिला देते हैं एक दूसरे के साथ,
कभी मैं काँटों में फस जाऊं , कभी किसी पेड़ कि टहनी से लिपट जाऊं,
कभी नालों में बह जाऊं और अटक जाऊं किसी ‘डिब्बे’ या ‘पीपे’ के मुहाने पे,
कभी पानी पे तैरती रहूँ यूँही और बन जाऊं कारण गन्दगी का,
या फिर सडती रहूँ नदी-ताल-तलैया की सतह पर और प्रदूषित कर दूं सब जल,
आज कल तो आप जहां भी देखोगे मुझे हर जगह पर पाओगे ,
खेत-खालिहनोंमें-अपने आसपास के परिसर में, अत्र-तत्र-सर्वत्र- मैं ही मैं हूँ,
यूँही उड़ते-फिरते, गिरते-पड़ते कट रहा हैं सफर – मंजिल कि नहीं खबर,
मुझे अपना लो, मुझे चाहो – मुझे समझो, मुझसे प्यार करो,
पहुंचा कर मुझे मेरे ‘मोक्ष’ तक, बचालो अपनी ‘वसुंधरा’ को,
कर रक्षण ‘पर्यावरण’ का, निभाओ ‘फ़र्ज़’ अपने ‘इंसान’ होने का !

(Translation in English provided by Ashwini Scrapwala)

I am a ‘polybag’ wandering places,
Wandering just like the other members of my species are,
Spreading throughout and travelling into the unknown,
Getting ignored with no hopes of getting cared and cured
Yet I keep wishing, for someone to pick me up in their loving arms,
I wish someone would take me to my rightful ‘disposal’, the place where I belong.
I wonder where my siblings are,
Maybe they’re wretched just like me,
Maybe they too have a gruesome story to tell
Like PVC had to tell this other day;
“Oh! the ignorant Humans!
Why aren’t you saving yourselves from me?
Don’t you care about your future?
The future of you and your progeny…”
I wish you would have kept us away from your surroundings
Instead of letting I and my specie get all messed up with each other.
I myself have been through a lot,
Be it getting trapped in cluster of spikes
Or being wrapped up around the branch of a tree!
I’ve floated in the drains, muffled over cans and ducts
Just to become the culprit of everything filthy!
I am that tramp, who keeps wandering constantly,
Rotting through rivers and pools,
Ending up spreading pollution everywhere,
You ask me where I’ll be found,
I am Omnipresent I say!
Flying, crashing through nowhere
Hoping for some day ‘someone’ will come,
And take me to my ‘appropriate disposal’
Please embrace me, love me, care me
Help me to reach – ‘my final destination’
Take me where I belong and save your Habitat,
Save your mother, Oh human,
Save your nature, Save ‘mother earth’

I wish our movie makers make more films on subjects like sustainable living, pollution and other environmental issues. In 2014, I had attempted to write a meaningful poem using Hindi movie titles on the occasion of World Environment Day in 2014. I am sharing herewith the link for this post.

Dharti Kahe Pukaar Ke… Jiyo Aur Jeene Do

For today’s occasion, again I have very small poem/song from a very recent movie “Kalpvriksh” (कल्पवृक्ष) aka “The Wishing Tree” from 2017. This song is penned by Gulzar Saab. I came across this movie during my air journey from Mumbai to Ethiopia while travelling to Kenya. I always find such movies very close to my heart and I like them very much. “Kalpvriksh” is presented by Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change for Rhombus Films Production. It is produced by Raajaysh Chetwal and Directed by Manika Sharma, who also wrote the screenplay and dialogues for this movie.

The star cast includes Shabana Azmi, Prithvi Zutshi, Saurabh Shukla, Rajat Kapoor, and many other child artists and other artists. The credits in the beginning of the movie does not mention the names. Lyrics (for other songs) are written by Anil Pandey and Kausar Munir. Music is composed by Sandesh Shandilya. Amitabh Bachchan has lent his voice in the beginning of the movie and Gulzar Saab’s name is mentioned with Special Thanks in the titles. Editing of this movie was done by Kaushik Das.

A brief about this movie copies from the YT link of the trailer of the movie is given below;

‘THE WISHING TREE’ is a magical, inspirational and an extremely entertaining story of five children in a hill-station who come together to save their ‘wishing tree’ from being cut by vested interests. The film is extremely lively, entertaining, endearing and engrossing so that the underlying message to protect trees and environment is seamlessly driven home.

Let us now listen and enjoy the beautiful, poignant and thoughtful verses by none other than Gulzaar Saab!!!
Other songs of this movie are also very good and I like them very much 😊.

[Auth Note : An interesting aside – since its inception in 1974 the ‘World Environment Day’ never had ‘Save Trees’ as its theme except in 1986 when the theme was ‘A Tree for Peace’ 😊.]

 


Song – Darakht Jab Sochte Hain (Kalpvriksh) (2017) Singer – Gulzar, Lyrics – Gulzar, MD – Sandesh Shandilya

Lyrics

darakht sochte hain jab
to phool aate hain
wo dhoop mein dubo ke ungliyaan
khayaal likhte hai
lachakti shaakhon par
to rang rang labz chunte hain
khushboo’on se bolte hain
aur bulaate hain

hamaara shauq dekhiye
ke gardanein hi kaat lete hain
jahaan kahin mehakta hai koyi

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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दरख़्त सोचते हैं जब
तो फूल आते हैं
वो धुप में डूबो के उंगलियाँ
ख़याल लिखते हैं
लचकती शाखों पर
तो रंग रंग लब्ज़ चुनते हैं
खुशबूओं से बोलते हैं
और बुलाते हैं

हमारा शौक़ देखिये
के गर्दनें ही काट लेते हैं
जहां कहीं महकता हैं कोई


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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.

Blog Day : 3608 Post No. : 14392

This is one of the subjects that I longed to share. And since the subject is totally different from normal Hindi movie story topics viz. love stories, lost and found, family drama etc. I had to find relevant songs which would be either directly relevant to the subject or at least those which can easily convey the message that I intend to put in my write up/s. Though the first song that I selected came easily and that too during a real life experience when I was thinking of this topic. However the first song in this series is not that one but another song which I came across later when I was still working on the write up.

It has been almost more than three and half years now when I thought about writing on this subject i.e. ‘road-traffic’ in our country. Or putting it differently, ‘how we Indians actually are when we are on road. . .’ or more precisely it’s about our ‘civic sense on the roads’.

Over the years in this journey of my life, I have got this opportunity to travel to many places in India because of my job postings and have got to observe and learn a lot about how we, the people of India are actually when we are on the road and how we are when we are travelling in various modes of road transport.

When I start writing on the subject and gather all that I wish to write, the final article became too long, so I decided to split it in smaller articles (as rightly guided by one of our beloved seniors) and thus present the subject under a mini-series. But that will also require relevant songs from Hindi movies and though at that time I had only one or two in mind, over this period I marked one more which will fit with this subject.

I am herewith taking on this new mini series and presenting this first post on our blog – ‘Beta Sambhal Ke Chalnaa’.

Before moving on to the main article let me mention here that personally I believe there always is space for improvement in every sphere of life, and while we should move positively on every aspect, we should also assess our shortcomings time to time and these ‘shortcomings’ should not be treated as a ‘negativity’. Instead they should be taken as subjects of introspection and they should be our future plans to improve in positive direction with innovations and targeting an overall development and improvement in ‘standard of living’ and ‘quality of life’.

This post is actually about my thoughts which I was going through when the discussions for ‘smart cities’ were in the news then. I refer to an experience from around November-December 2014. At that time I was in Kachchh (Gujarat). My daily commute to work was 2×60 kms on public transport (ST bus) mainly. As it took almost an hour and half to reach my stations both ends I was getting enough time to read something, or take a nap sometime in addition to the music being played in the bus.

Travelling through the roads I was always thinking of how the roads in the developed countries must be like and what road conditions and road transport and ‘traffic discipline’ they must be maintaining and following there. What is the situation in cities of other countries? Or how the other smart cities in the world are like?

As an optimist I began to imagine how our country would be after the initiative of the ‘smart cities’. How it would be affecting our daily routine life and our public transport, specifically would it change our ‘Roads’ (the word ‘Road’ here has many connotations)? What will actually change when the cities go smart? And most importantly will it be helpful to save the precious lives lost on the ‘Indian Roads’ every year due to accidents? Will it be helpful to prevent ‘human potential’ losses of the nation or will it save the lives of young promising and aspiring youths who lose their precious lives only because of the sheer negligence and carelessness, their own, as well as of others?

In and around the town I was living there, road-accidents were a regular occurrence; there was not a single day when the newspaper was without the reporting of an accident. Many aspiring youngsters, senior citizens, children lost their life in fatal road accidents. The industrialization there was followed by increase in cargo movements and so heavy trailers and containers were a regular part of traffic.

And so, sometimes the tipping over of huge containers on turnings was also a daily feature. I wondered how the licenses were given to young inexperienced drivers, who drove the big containers? Was there any assessment of the ‘maturity content’ of a person issuing licenses?  Certainly a young guy of an age of 18-20 would not have the expertise and experience of a driver of an older age.

During that period, I used to regularly tweet about the accidents there and precious lives lost on the road. In my case while I would criticize the bad practices, I do also always appreciate whenever there is an improvement or efforts initiated in positive directions, may be at a smaller scale. There is always a space for improvement, we have to find it. . .

So among this ‘criticism’ of the ‘system’ by me, there was one incident that had an indication of ‘good sense prevailing’ and a sign of ‘improvement’ happening, which I think I must note here.

One evening as I was on my return journey from office, there happened to be an accident on the road and it took place just a few minutes before when I was passing by from that place. A trailer carrying a container had toppled over and its driver was injured. Fortunately no other vehicle or person was around it and coming from either side so there was no major mishap or fatality.  But still the driver had broken his leg and trapped inside the cabin. People rushed to rescue the driver.

While I and my friend rushed towards the injured to help, somebody guided me to make a call to the emergency services on 108. A little hesitant at first, I made call on this number and soon I started receiving calls from SHQ & DHQ asking about the exact location of the accident and as they keep tracking with me, exactly at the 13th minute from the call was made, an ambulance was standing at the accident site, ready to provide medical aid to the injured.

I can never forget this. Though the town was not far away from the accident site, still the action taken by the authorities was commendable and I was very happy.

On the other day when I was travelling back to home, it was already around nine in the evening by then, and I was dreaming about the ‘Smart City’ and the roads this city would have. As the bus entered the town, on the main road of the town there were cattle on the road sitting and relaxing, without bothering about this world. The driver of our bus was working hard to find the way and blowing the horn continuously and driving the bus in a zigzag fashion and songs were already playing on the music system in the bus. . .  That song we shall enjoy in next post of this series 🙂

At work places, to ensure ‘safety’ we do have safety and cautionary slogans prominently displayed in the area to educate and disciplined the work force. The song that I present today, does have this ‘cautionary message’ but going further its other lines are like a ‘threat’. 🙂

I present this ‘soft and mild warning’ song which says ‘beta sambhal ke chalna’. . ., to start with a ‘smart message’. 🙂

It seems that the video of this song is not available, so I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on this song and this movie ‘Mr John -1959’

‘Mr John’ (1959) was directed by Inder for NK Productions, Bombay. It was produced by Nigam. It had Shyama, Johny Walker, Helen, Lalita Pawar, Iftikhar, Krishnakumari, Mumtaz, Tuntun, Mohan Choti, Kamal Mohan, Sampson, Uma Dutt, Ravi, Champak Lala, Rashid, Daraz, Wahid, Genius, Tiwari, Ramlal, Anil, Singh, Jani, Gaus, Tarun Kumar, Ajay Kumar, Ajit, B Fazal Kareem, Mukhtar, and Pt Baijnath.

The film has seven songs penned by Jan Nisar Akhtar and composed by N.Datta. Two songs of this film are already posted on the blog. Today’s song is sung by Mohd Rafi.

 


Song – Beta Sambhal Ke Chalna (Mr John) (1959) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Lyrics – Jaan Nisar Akhtar, MD – N Dutta

Lyrics

beta sambhal ke chalna
beta sambhal ke chalna
zyaada nahin uchhalna
rasta bahot hain chikna
dhire se bach nikalna
beta sambhal ke chalna

paidal jo phirnaa hai
kismat mein bhaiyaa
seene pe chalta hai
motor ka pahiyaa
paidal jo phirnaa hai
kismat mein bhaiyaa
seene pe chalta hai
motor ka pahiyaa
dil ko pade kuchalna
beta sambhal ke chalna
aha aa
beta sambhal ke chalna
zyaada nahin uchhalna
rasta bahot hain chikna
dhire se bach nikalna
beta sambhal ke chalna aa

naqli ye chehre hain
inpe na jaanaa
powder hi powder hai
dhokha na khaana
haan
samjhe bhaai
naqli ye chehre hain
inpe na jaanaa
powder hi powder hai
dhokha na khaana
in pe na dil badalna
beta sambhal ke chalna
o beta sambhal ke chalna
zyaada nahin uchhalna
rasta bahot hain chikna
dhire se bach nikalna
beta sambhal ke chalna aa

chaandi ke taaron mein
jakde na jaana
paise ki laalach mein
pakde na jaana aa aa
chaandi ke taaron mein
jakde na jaana
paise ki laalach mein
pakde na jaana
reh jaayega machalna
beta sambhal ke chalna
o beta sambhal ke chalna
zyaada nahin uchhalna
rasta bahot hain chikna
dhire se bach nikalna
beta sambhal ke chalna
haan
beta sambhal ke chalna

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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बेटा संभल के चलना
बेटा संभल के चलना
ज्यादा नहीं उछलना
रस्ता बहोत है चिकना
धीरे से बच निकलना
बेटा संभल के चलना

पैदल जो फिरना है
किस्मत में भैय्या
सीने पे चलता है
मोटर का पहिया
पैदल जो फिरना है
किस्मत में भैय्या
सीने पे चलता है
मोटर का पहिया
दिल को पड़े कुचलना
बेटा संभल के चलना
अहा आ
बेटा संभल के चलना
बेटा संभल के चलना
ज्यादा नहीं उछलना
रस्ता बहोत है चिकना
धीरे से बच निकलना
बेटा संभल के चलना आ
नकली ये चेहरे हैं
इनपे न जाना
पौडर ही पौडर हैं
धोखा न खाना
हाँ
समझे भाई
नकली ये चेहरे हैं
इनपे न जाना
पौडर ही पौडर हैं
धोखा न खाना
इनपे न दिल बदलना
बेटा संभल के चलना
ओ बेटा संभल के चलना
ज्यादा नहीं उछलना
रस्ता बहोत है चिकना
धीरे से बच निकलना
बेटा संभल के चलना आ

चांदी के तारों में
जकड़े न जाना
पैसे की लालच में
पकडे न जाना आ आ
चांदी के तारों में
जकड़े न जाना
पैसे की लालच में
पकडे न जाना
रह जाएगा मचलना
बेटा संभल के चलना
ओ बेटा संभल के चलना
ज्यादा नहीं उछलना
रस्ता बहोत है चिकना
धीरे से बच निकलना
हाँ
बेटा संभल के चलना


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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.

Blog Day : 3604 Post No. : 14383

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 68# Singer – Kishore Kumar
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My personal opinion is that wherever and whatever field we are we should have a purpose and we should contribute to enrich that surroundings we are, for however long or short a period we are there. It was not that I was so ‘intelligent’ since my younger days. The thinking is a result of my experience or you can say ‘mistakes’ 😊 which have taught me a lot and yes ‘age should not be the price one should pay for being experience’ (as Wise people say). But some people like me took years to realize the ‘world around’ and learn only from mistakes 😊

Ok, whatever it is!! Here on this blog ever since I have been associated with, I am trying to do so. And simultaneously I continue to keep adding something. As and when I notice it, I also try to bring to the notice of our ‘editors’ the small or big corrections and or missing links which we need to correct and or re-install. Well, it is a different matter, that since they are much busier and already loaded with lot of requests and mails, sometimes my requests just keep lying in the mail boxes (may be for years or more 😊).

 Few days back when I was browsing through my pending list I noticed the song under discussion today was pending since long. And when I just glance through some statistics of interest, I find that sharing this song with a post is going to serve some purpose.

When I was drafting this post the number of Kishore Kumar solo songs posted on the blog was at 498, so I thought I should push one ahead so that the milestone of 500 is achieved. But, in the meantime, I could not send the post and this milestone was already achieved on the blog. Later I thought maybe I send it for the auspicious ‘501’, but that also was not achieved. However, the ‘bigger reason’ to share this post was still there and posting of this song here today will push this movie- of which the today’s song is from – one step ahead in the ‘Yippeeee land’ as after this song only one song from this movie ‘Kaaran’ will be remaining to be posted on the blog.

‘Kaaran’ is a movie of 1980. Yes, as per HFGK and movie’s Censor Certificate, its movie of 1980 passed by Censor Board on 18.11.1980, maybe it was released in theatres in 1981 which is all possible. (So, this needs to be corrected on the blog and this is yet another purpose of this post).

‘Kaaran’ is directed by BR Ishara for Bhagyalakshami Chitra Mandir Combine, Bombay. It was produced by Gopi Rohra. It had Raj Kiran, Shoma Anand, Master Bittu, Arun Irani, Seema Deo, Ramesh Deo, Ashok Khanna, Sanu Sanyal, Shankar, Pardesi, PM Maniyar, RS Chopda, Shirvastava, Sunder Taneja, Kamal Thakur, Mona Sayeed, Ashish Oza, Soman Randhava, Amit Kumar, Shyam Solanki, Amarchand, and Naveen Nischol in a ‘special appearance’. Satyen Kappu, Dheeraj Kumar, Manhar Desai and Gulshan Arora make a ‘guest appearance’ in this movie. The story is written by Jyoti Swaroop and BR Ishara (spelt as B AAR Ishara in the movie titles 😊). Editing for this movie was done by LD Bhatia.

The movie has three songs – all solo songs sung by male singers viz. Kishore Kumar, Yesudas and Mohd Rafi. Lyrics for all the three songs are penned by Indeewar and music is composed by Usha Khanna. One song sung by Yesudas from this movie has been posted to cover a ‘major milestone’ on the blog i.e. 1000th lyrics Contribution of Prakashchandra ji.

Today we present the second song of this movie, which in the movie is the first song. I came across this song almost more than five years back when I was a ‘newcomer’ on the blog 😊. I have not watched this movie so can’t say much about its story and its performance at the box-office. I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on the movie and its songs.

With a ‘purpose’ and ‘reason’ for this presentation and continuing with the journey of Kishore Kumar’s songs from the ‘decade of seventies’ let us now enjoy this poignant song. . . 

kaaran naa jaane koi…

 

Song – Kaaran Na Jaane Koi (Kaaran) (1980) Singer – Kishore Kumar, Lyrics – Indeewar, MD – Usha Khanna

Lyrics

kaaran na jaane koi
dil royaa aankh na royi
kaaran na jaane koi
toofaan dubotaa
to shikwaa na hotaa

khewaiyya ne naiyaa duboyee ee ee
kaaran na jaane koi
dil royaa aankh na royi
kaaran na jaane koi

apna kaha na mujhko kisi ne
kya main itna paraaya hoon
chalte hain sab mujhse bachke
kya main gunaahon ka saaya hoon
phir na jaagi kismat aisi
maut ki neendiya soyi ee ee
kaaran na jaane koi
dil royaa aankh naa royi
kaaran na jaane koi

patthar ko bhi chot lagey to
aag ugalney lagta hai
jag ko jalaakar dam leta hai
jab dil jalne lagta hai
phool bana hai bahaar ka dushman
baagh bachega na koi ee ee
kaaran na jaane koi
dil royaa aankh na royi
kaaran na jaane koi

aa ha ha ha aa ha
ho ho ho o ho ho o

pyaar jinhen milta hain kisi ka
wo sansaar sajaate hain
thukraaye jaate hain jo
duniyaa mein tabaahee laatein hain
suraj ne bhi andheron mein pal kar
roshni kaise khoi ee ee
kaaran na jaane koi
dil royaa aankh na royi ee
kaaran na jaane koi

ped binaa phal
phool binaa phulwaari adhoori hoti hai
jaagti hai jab mamta mann mein
naari poori hoti hai
mom ke jaisa patthar pighla
dil royaa aankh bhi royi ee ee
kaaran na jaane koi
dil royaa aankh bhi royi
kaaran na jaane koi
kaaran na jaane koi

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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कारण न जाने कोई
दिल रोया आँख ना रोई
कारण न जाने कोई
तूफ़ान डूबोता तो शिकवा न होता
खेवैय्या ने नैय्या डूबोयी ई ई
कारण न जाने कोई
दिल रोया आँख ना रोई
कारण न जाने कोई

अपना कहा ना मुझको किसीने
क्या मैं इतना पराया हूँ
चलते हैं सब मुझसे बचके
क्या मैं गुनाहों का साया हूँ
फिर ना जागी किस्मत ऐसी
मौत कि नींदिया सोयी ई ई
कारण न जाने कोई
दिल रोया आँख ना रोई
कारण न जाने कोई

पत्थर को भी चोट लगे तो
आग उगलने लगता हैं
जग को जलाकर दम लेता हैं
जब दिल जलने लगता हैं
फूल बना है बहार का दुश्मन
बाग़ बचेगा ना कोई ई ई
कारण न जाने कोई
दिल रोया आँख ना रोई
कारण न जाने कोई

आ हा हा हा आ हा
हो हो हो ओ हो हो ओ

प्यार जिन्हें मिलता हैं किसी का
वो संसार सजाते हैं
ठुकराए जाते हैं जो
दुनिया में तबाही लातें हैं
सूरज ने भी अंधेरों में पल कर
रौशनी कैसे खोयी ई ई
कारण न जाने कोई
दिल रोया आँख ना रोई
कारण न जाने कोई

पेड़ बिना फल
फूल बिना फुलवारी अधूरी होती हैं
जागती हैं जब ममता मन में
नारी पूरी होती हैं
मोम के जैसा पत्थर पिघला
दिल रोया आँख भी रोयी ई ई
कारण न जाने कोई
दिल रोया आँख भी रोई
कारण न जाने कोई
कारण न जाने कोई


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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.

Blog Day : 3598 Post No. : 14361

Atul ji, in many of his posts presenting Kishore Kumar songs from the eighties has mentioned this, that though the golden era of music was over by the beginning of eighties, still many gem songs also happened to be created in the decade of eighties, and particularly in case of Kishore Kumar songs. And one of the reasons for this may be because Kishore Kumar’s peak period started in 1970 and lasted till his death in 1987.

I am presenting one such song today which is from the 1984 movie ‘Farishta’. Movies by this name have also been released in earlier decades, notably in 1958 and 1968, we had movies with the same title.

This film was Pran Saab’s presentation for his home production Sikand Films (which I was not aware of till writing of this post). It is directed by Sunil Sikand (Pran Saab’s son), who was also the producer and story writer of this movie. He also co-authored the screenplay with Tapan Chakravarty.

The cast of actors includes Ashok Kumar, Kanwaljeet Singh, Master Raju, Ambika Shourie, Danny and Pran. Bharat Bhushan, Azaad and Master Rajiv Bhatia also have supporting roles in this movie. Smita Patil makes a special appearance in this movie. The movie introduced – Shera – a wonder dog in this movie.

(Other credits: Sudesh Iyer was the Chief Assistant Director; David Dhawan was the editor; of this movie; Gyandev Agnihotri wrote the scenario; and the dialogues were written by Pradeep Roy Choudhary. It was passed by Censor Board on 13.10.1983.).

Lyrics for this movie are written by Anand Bakshi and the music is composed by RD Burman. Kishore Kumar, Amit Kumar, Suresh Wadkar, Anuradha Paudwal and Master Vivek Bajaj gave their voices to the songs in this movie.

Let us now enjoy today’s song sung by Kishore Kumar which is performed on screen by Pran Saab. Master Raju and others can be seen in the picturization of this song. With this song the movie ‘Farishta’ makes its debut on the blog today.

zamaane mein koyee hamaaraa nahin. . .

Song – Zamaane Mein Koi Hamaara Nahin (Farishta) (1983) Singer – Kishore Kumar, Lyrics – Anand Bakshi, MD – RD Burman

Lyrics

zamaane mein koi
hamaara nahin
kisi ka bhi hum ko
sahaara nahin

zamaane mein koi

zamaane mein koi
hamaara nahin ee
kisi ka bhi hum ko
sahaara nahin

naseebon ke kaale
savere to hain
garibon ke ghar mein
andhere to hain
naseebon ke kaale
savere to hain
garibon ke ghar mein
andhere to hain
koi chaand koy sitaaraa nahin
kisi ka bhi hamko
sahaara nahin

sabhi ke liye ek
duniya hai ye
hamaare liye gham ka
dariya hai ye

sabhi ke liye ek
duniya hai ye
hamaare liye gham ka
dariya hai ye
bhanwar hi bhanwar hai ye
kinaara nahin
kisi ka bhi hamko
sahaara nahin

kahin se kisi ne na
awaaz di
rahe chup khuda aur
bhagwaan bhi
kahin se kisi ne na
awaaz di
rahe chup khuda aur
bhagwaan bhi
bhagwaan bhi
kisey hum ne ja kar
pukaara nahin
kisi ka bhi hamko
sahaara nahin
sahaaraa nahin
sahaara nahin

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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ज़माने में कोई
हमारा नहीं
किसी का भी हमको
सहारा नहीं

ज़माने में कोई

ज़माने में कोई
हमारा नहीं
किसी का भी हमको ओ
सहारा नहीं

नसीबों के काले
सवेरे तो हैं
गरीबों के घर में
अँधेरे तो हैं

नसीबों के काले
सवेरे तो हैं
गरीबों के घर में
अँधेरे तो हैं
कोई चाँद कोई
सितारा नहीं
किसी का भी हमको
सहारा नहीं

सभी के लिए एक
दुनिया हैं ये
हमारे लिए ग़म का
दरिया हैं ये

सभी के लिए एक
दुनिया हैं ये
हमारे लिए ग़म का
दरिया हैं ये
भंवर ही भंवर है ये
किनारा नहीं
किसी का भी हमको
सहारा नहीं

कहीं से किसी ने ना
आवाज़ दी
रहे चुप खुदा और
भगवान् भी

कहीं से किसी ने ना
आवाज़ दी
रहे चुप खुदा और
भगवान् भी
भगवान् भी

किसे हमने जाकर
पुकारा नहीं
किसी का भी हमको
सहारा नहीं
सहारा नहीं
सहारा नहीं

 


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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.

Blog Day : 3585 Post No. : 14337

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 67#
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On our blog we have a ‘category’ of ‘songs excluded from movie’, and so far, seventy-nine songs have been posted/included in this category of songs. Today I present a song from the movie ‘Kaalaa Pathhar’ (1979), which belongs to this category.

I vaguely remember to have watched this movie in theatre when I must be 11/12 years old. Thereafter just six-seven years back I got its DVD from an online store to enjoy the movie again and revive the nostalgia. But, I was aware of the today’s song many years before, or exactly since 1991 when I got recorded this movie’s songs from the LP record, for my choice compilation of ‘Daag-Deewaar-Kaalaa Pathhar’ songs in a 90 min cassette.

‘Kaalaa Patthar’ was directed by Yash Chopra for his home productions Yashraj Films, Bombay. This movie was passed by Censor Board on 09.08.1979.

Its cast holds a ‘galaxy of stars’ which includes Shashi Kapoor, Rakhi Gulzar, Amitabh Bachchan, Shatrughan Sinha, Neetu Singh, Parveen Babi, Prem Chopra, Parikshit Sahni, Romesh Sharma and Poonam Dhillon (in special appearance), Manmohan Krishna, Madan Puri, Iftekhar, Satyen Kappu, Yunus Parvez, Geeta Siddharth, Gautam Sarin, Sharat Saxena, Mac Mohan, Sudesh Mahaan, Sudhir Dalvi, Sudha Chopra, Harish, Mohan Sheri, Vikas Anand, Jagdish Raj, Suresh Oberoi, Prem Sagar, Pardesi, Nazeer Kashmiri, Ashok Razdan and many others.

This movie has six songs, penned by Sahir Ludhianvi and composed by Rajesh Roshan. Interesting to note that the background music for this movie is by Salil Chaudhary. Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar, Mahendra Kapoor, Mohd Rafi, Pamela Chopra, S.K. Mahan, and Usha Mangeshkar have given their voices to the songs in this movie.

So far, three songs from this movie have been posted on the blog, and the song being presented today is the fourth song from this movie to appear on our blog. The previous posted song of this movie appeared on the blog on 24.05.2012. Wow. . . six years wait to get to the next song. 🙂

Today’s song is written by Sahir Ludhianvi and thus this is the third song of Sahir Ludhianvi which I am able to share here under the category of ‘songs excluded from movie’, the earlier two being, Kya Tum Wahi Ho – from ‘Mann Ki Aankhen’ (1970) and Ja Ri Behna Jaa Tu Apne Ghar Ja from ‘Trishul’ (1978).

The other Sahir songs which were excluded from movies, and which have been posted on the blog so far are also listed here – Rut Phire Par Din Hamaare – from ‘Pyaasa’ (1957), Yoon Hi Dil Ne Chaaha Tha Rona Rulaanaa – from ‘Dil Hi To Hai’ (1963) and Saajan Bin Neend Naa Aawe – from ‘Munimji’ (1955).

HFGK Vol- V doesn’t mention anything about ‘exclusion’ of this song from the movie. I would request knowledgeable readers to share information if any they have about this song please.

 Let us now enjoy the today’s song, which I do like very much. 🙂

 Mujhe pyaar ka tohfa de ke. . .

Song – Mujhe Pyaar Ka Tohfa De Ke (Kaala Pathhar) (1979) Singer – Usha Mangeshkar, Mohammed Rafi, Lyrics – Sahir Ludhianvi, MD – Rajesh Roshan

Lyrics

mujhe pyaar ka tohfa de ke
tapti baahon mein leke
mujhe pyaar ka tohfa de ke
tapti baahon mein le ke
meri har saans mein pyaas jagaa di
tumne ae kya kiya

he ae

tumne itna uksaaya
dil roke ruk na paaya
tumne itna uksaaya
dil roke ruk na paaya
mere ehsaas mein aag lagaa di
tumne kya kiya

ek chhed thhi wo yunhi si
tum jisko haqeeqat samjhe
ae ae ae ae
jab chhed na thhamne paayi
ham usko mohabbat samjhe
ho o
o o
us chhed ke sadke jaayen
jis chhed se tumko paayen
us chhed ke sadke jaayen
jis chhed se tumko paayen
zaraa si chhed ne baat banaa di
tumne ae kya kiya

dil ik din to jaana thhaa
hamne socha jaane do
ho o o
o o
haaye
is dil ko thhaam ke rakkho
itna na lehraane do
o o
o o
ye dil kab lehraata thha
har ik se katraata thha
ye dil kab lehraata thha
har ik se katraata thha
tumhi ne mel ki raah sujhaa di
tumne kya kiya

o ho ho ho ho
aa aa aa aa
o o o o
aa aa aa aa aa

thhamne do meri dhadkan
aisi bhi kya wahshat hai
ae ae ae ae
hamne apni keh di hai
tum bolo kya niyat hai
ho o
o o
bolun to kaise bolun
dil apna kaise kholun
bolun to kaise bolun
dil apna kaise kholun
mere hothon pe mohar lagaa di
tumne kya kiya

mujhe pyaar ka tohfa de ke
tapti baahon mein le ke
mujhe pyaar ka tohfa de ke
tapti baahon mein le ke
meri har saans mein pyaas jagaa di
tumne ae kya kiya

he ae ae

tumne itna uksaaya
dil roke ruk na paaya
tumne itna uksaaya
dil roke ruk na paaya
mere ehsaas mein aag lagaa di
tumne kya kiya

 

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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मुझे प्यार का तोहफा दे के
तपती बाहों में लेके
मुझे प्यार का तोहफा दे के
तपती बाहों में लेके
मेरी हर साँस में प्यास जगा दी
तुमने ए क्या किया आ

हे ए ए ए

तुमने इतन उकसाया
दिल रोके रुक ना पाया
तुमने इतन उकसाया
दिल रोके रुक ना पाया
मेरे एहसास में आग लगा दी
तुमने ए क्या किया

इक छेड़ थी वो यूंही सी ई
तुम जिसको हकीकत समझे
ए ए ए ए ए ए
जब छेड़ न थमने पायी ई
हम उसको मोहब्बत समझे
हो ओ ओ ओ
उस छेड़ के सदके जाएँ
जिस छेड़ से तुमको पायें
उस छेड़ के सदके जाएँ
जिस छेड़ से तुमको पायें
ज़रा सी छेड़ ने बात बना दी
तुमने ए क्या किया

दिल एक दिन तो जाना था
हमने सोचा जाने दो
हो ओ ओ
हो हाए ए
इस दिल को थाम के रखो
इतना ना लहराने दो
ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ
ये दिल कब लहराता था
हर इक से कतराता था
ये दिल कब लहराता था
हर इक से कतराता था
तुम्ही ने मेल कि राह सुझा दी
तुमने क्या किया

ओ हो हो हो हो
आ आ आ आ
ओ ओ ओ ओ
आ आ आ आ आ

थमने दो मेरी धड़कन
ऐसी भी या वहशत है
ए ए ए ए
हमने अपनी कह दी है
तुम बोलो क्या नियत है
हो ओ ओ ओ ओ
बोलूं तो कैसे बोलूं
दिल अपना कैसे खोलूं
बोलूं तो कैसे बोलूं
दिल अपना कैसे खोलूं
मेरे होंठों पे मोहर लगा दी
तुमने ए क्या किया

मुझे प्यार का तोहफा दे के
तपती बाहों में लेके
मुझे प्यार का तोहफा दे के
तपती बाहों में लेके
मेरी हर साँस में प्यास जगा दी
तुमने ए क्या किया आ

हे ए ए ए
तुमने इतन उकसाया
दिल रोके रुक ना पाया
तुमने इतन उकसाया
दिल रोके रुक ना पाया
मेरे एहसास में आग लगा दी
तुमने ए क्या किया


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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.

Blog Day : 3569 Post No. : 14306

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 66# Singer – Mukesh
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Just few days back I came across this song that I am presenting today. After listening to it I was feeling like maybe I had heard it on ‘radio’ many many years back. When I listened to it once I just kept listening to it again and again and with every new day this song is growing on me, on and on. The song is from the 1978 movie ‘Pal Do Pal Ka Saath’ and it is sung by Mukesh ji.

‘Pal Do Pal Ka Saath’ was directed by BR Ishara for Kaveri Films, Bombay. The cast of actors includes Shekhar Kapoor, Rama Vij, Shamli (New Discovery), Asit Sen, Paintal, Johny Whisky, Aarti, Tiger, Mishri Lal, Mohammad Ali, Amal Sen, Narayan Gwalani, Hameed, Sitaram, Jasbir, Prakash Joshi, Vijay Nangia, Bhaiyalal Sharma, Kashi Prasad Chaurasia and others.

This movie has four songs penned by Naqsh Lyallpuri, Yogesh, Balkavi Bairagi and Dev Kohli. Music for this movie is composed by Shyam Saagar. One song from this movie had been posted on the blog earlier in 2014 i.e. four years back and it was introduced by Sudhir ji – ‘Chupke Se Peechhe Se Aa Ke’ sung by Rafi Saab and lyrics of this song are by Dev Kohli.

As mentioned by Sudhir ji in his post this movie seems to be an ‘obscure movie’ though it contains ‘gems of songs’ (‘veritable gems’ as Sudhir ji has mentioned in his post) as we can say for the earlier song and the today’s song after listening to them. I don’t remember to have heard about this movie earlier and not gone through its information before. It was only after listening to the today’s song that I searched for its details in HFGK Vol V and also read the earlier post on the blog. This movie was passed by censor board on 07.04.1978.

Almost forty years have passed since the movie and its music had been created, however listening to its songs revives the memories of the music of those years and Mukesh ji’s singing of the many other songs for Yogesh ji. Yes, today’s song is penned by Yogesh.

Since the movie was an obscure movie I think its songs were also forgotten easily. I am not able to locate online, the other two songs of this film. As per Geet Kosh, these are solo songs in the voices of Asha Bhosle and Manna Dey. We have to search for them and need to bring them here for our listening pleasure. Till then let us listen to this wonderful composition of Shyam Saagar and savour the magic Yogesh ji’s words and Mukesh ji’s singing…

Only the audio of this song is available as of now. I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on this movie and its songs please.

Song – Anuraagi Mann Sab Kuchh Seh Le (Pal Do Pal Ka Saath) (1978) Singer – Mukesh, Lyrics – Yogesh, MD – Shyam Saagar

Lyrics

anuraagi mann sab kuchh sah le
anuraagi mann sab kuchh sah le
har uljhan mein
hans ke tu rah le
anuraagi mann sab kuchh sah le

ik sang tera
parichay gehra
janam janam ka ye naata re
ik sudh kho kar
besudh ho kar
geet tumhaare hi gaata re
do chehron ka tu ik darpan
anuraagi mann sab kuchh sah le

mita’ti nahin hai prem ki rekha
toofaanon ke bhi aane se
tripti adhoori
rah jaati hai
saagar ko bhi
paa jaane se
ho na ho poora tera samarpan
anuraagi mann . . .
har uljhan mein
hans ke tu rah le
anuraagi mann sab kuchh sah le

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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अनुरागी मन सब कुछ सह ले
अनुरागी मन सब कुछ सह ले
हर उलझन में
हंस के तू रह ले
अनुरागी मन सब कुछ सह ल

इक संग तेरा
परिचय गहरा
जनम जनम का ये नाता रे
इक सुध खो कर
बेसुध हो कर
गीत तुम्हारे ही गाता रे
दो चेहरों का तू इक दर्पण
अनुरागी मन सब कुछ सह ले

मिटती नहीं है प्रेम कि रेखा आ
तूफानों के भी आने से
तृप्ति अधूरी
रह जाती है
सागर को भी
पा जाने से
हो न हो पूरा तेरा समर्पण
अनुरागी मन. . .
हर उलझन में
हंस के तू रह ले
अनुरागी मन सब कुछ सह ले


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 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.

Blog Day : 3545 Post No. : 14228

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# The Special Voices of the decade – 3 # Jaspal Singh #
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Welcome all to the third article in this series.

So far, we have the following two articles posted earlier on this blog under this series, where we are discussing the ‘special voices of the seventies’ and the nostalgia and memories associated with the songs of these ‘special voices’ from Hindi Movies.

‘Maa ne kahaa thhaa o betaa’
‘Haseen haseen waadiyon o’

When I had decided to start this series, my plan was to post one article per month under this series. However, later I thought it was better to combine it with the anniversaries of the Singers if it too falls in the same month of my writing the article.

The song and the ‘voice’ of today was supposed to be covered to mark the end of this series, however there was a good development in the first week of this month (March’2018) which delayed this post and finally it is here today.

The voice that I am presenting today is a ‘’very very special’ and ‘nostalgic’ voice for me.
I can feel the fragrance of the soil of this great land – our country, the purity of green lush fields, a big river flowing with its natural beauty, a small beautiful remote village in the rural part of our country – India, the diversity of our culture and the sweetness of the dialects spoken in our country. In all of its way this voice takes me back to ‘my roots and my soil’ if I think I am able to correctly mention the feelings otherwise the feelings just cannot be expressed in words.

Just listen to this song ‘dharti meri maata pitaa aasmaan’ .

And for that matter take this another song ‘geet gaata chal o saathi gungunaata chal’ from this same movie ‘Geet Gaata Chal -1975’

And then this beautiful ‘bhajan’ ‘O o o mangal bhawan amangal haari ee ee’, again from the same movie – ‘Geet Gaata Chal-1975’, its so soothing and so divine that I can keep it listening again and again just going on.

I remember these songs were played on loudspeakers continuously in a marriage function in our neighbourhood in the colony we were staying then.

I was seven and half years then when the movie was released in 1975.

Since then this voice and these songs also were growing on me as I keep growing over the years.
And yes, I had not watched this movie till many years since it was released. I get to watch it, may be on a TV channel, in the later years of nineties I think. But its songs were there with me and they keep growing on me and with me in my journey of life.

I had watched ‘Ankhiyon Ke Jharokhon Se-1978’, that too on TV around mid or later eighties if I remember correctly. But the ‘dohawali’ from this movie is as fresh ever and soothing whenever I listened to it even now.

I had also not watched ‘Saawan Ko Aane Do-1979’ when it was released or even after that for many years, but I had not and will never escape its magical title song because of the voice singing it and the range of this voice and its sweetness and its melody.

(after coming into contact with this blog I got an opportunity to share the following song from this movie sung by Jaspal Singh; ‘gagan ye samjhe chaand sukhi hai’ )

Those were the days when we were watching any movie coming our way and we were getting a chance to watch. But so far as I remember I didn’t get to watched all the above-mentioned movies then where this singer had his songs which were very popular during those years. But I did watch them when I was a grown adult and I think that was the right time for me to watch them.

One such movie is the 1982 movie ‘Nadiyaa Ke Paar’ of which the songs were so popular then. Those couple of years were the ‘most study focussed’ years for us the students (though I was still very casual in my approach and could not understand its seriousness then, which I can realize now  )
Well, coming back to the songs from this movie, all the songs from this movie were very popular then and all of them are my favorites too.

‘Saanchi kahen tore aawan se hamre’
‘Kaun disha mein leke chalaa re batohiyaa’

These songs from this movie and one of the voice i.e. the male voice of these songs is our ‘special voice’ of the ‘decade of seventies’ for this article today …

The voice I am talking about is none other than Jaspal Singh.

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Jaspal Singh was born on 23rd March 1943 in Amritsar, Punjab. We wish him a belated “Happy Birthday” on this blog today and a healthy and peaceful life ahead!!!

However, yours ‘junior’ sincerely had already wished him personally over phone a ‘very very happy birthday’ and good wishes to him.

How I came to know about his birthdate also happens just by chance.

It so happened that, during my stay at Nagpur I came across this song (of today) which when I listened to it I liked it so much and immediately fall in love with it. I did share it then to Atul ji but for a different occasion.
(However, now I feel that this is the perfect song for me to share with this article here when I am presenting this voice under this series).

At that time, I do also search for a detailed biographic information about him and after getting his contact number from sources on internet I do make him a call and express my gratitude to him for giving us the treasure of many ‘unforgettable songs’ and for his voice being part of our (people like me who were in pre-teens and teens then) growing years. I had also expressed my wish to meet him sometime if I get a chance of it, which he appreciated whole heartedly and also assured that he can share all information about him whatever is possible and if one wants to go through it.

This happened immediately after the November’16 Mumbai Gang out, so I enquired with our respected Shishir ji, if he had interviewed this personality for this blog, which he told me that it is in his future plans.

Well, from the information available on internet then (even now) it came to my notice that none of the sources (which I came across) had mentioned the birthdate of this personality so I was curious to know about it.

Recently when Atul ji ‘Yippeeee’d’ this movie ‘Geet Gaaata Chal -1975’ on the blog and posted couple of the songs sung by Jaspal Singh ji, I thought I should also write up and complete my post under this series.

After a gap of almost one year and half I thought I should call Jaspal Singh ji and try to get this information directly from him. He was very happy that somebody from a long distance (now from Kenya) had called him and was interested to know about him. He readily shared the information to me which also had an interesting ‘thing’ associated with it.

As mentioned above he was born on 23rd March 1943 at Amritsar Punjab. However, on all official records his date of birth had been recorded as 28th March 1943.

(for the information of our readers I would like to share once again that yours ‘junior’ sincerely have already wished him personally on phone on his birthday on 23rd March itself – ‘thanks, and so nice of you’ was what he replied to me)

Jaspal Singh came from Amritsar where his father was having the business of Hotel and their Hotel was once situated just opposite to the famous ‘Golden Temple in Amritsar’ (which was later demolished and was compensated by the government, as mentioned by him in his interview on RSTV-Guftagoo).

Among the five siblings they are four brothers and one sister. (I hope I am correct as per what I can learn from his interview on RSTV-Guftagoo).

Jaspal Singh completed his graduation from Amritsar and later on persuaded LLB from Ghaziabad. However, he was neither interested in business nor doing the ‘advocacy’. His only interest was to sing and become a ‘play back singer’ which his mother and sister supported well.

Jaspal Singh, since his childhood was fond of singing and he was singing in his school and college functions and was popular among his circles in Amritsar and was invited for singing in functions.
He too (like other upcoming singers) was a great fan of Rafi Saab whom he admires a lot and later on he got a chance to sing with Rafi Saab in films which was a great day for him.

His journey to movies and becoming a play back singer was full of hard work and struggle and he succeeded only because he had this talent, passion and instinct to become a play back singer for movies.

It so happened that his Sister got married and was settled in Mumbai (Bombay) in those years. This came like a blessing for young Jaspal Singh who thereafter keep visiting Bombay, initially during the ‘summer vacation’ and thereafter very often to fulfil his ‘dream’ of becoming a ‘playback singer’ for movies.

His Sister knowing about his passion and intentions persuaded her husband to try that Jaspal Singh gets an opportunity to sing in movies.
There continued efforts resulted in Usha Khanna ji giving him his first break for playback singing in the movie ‘Bandish-1968’ where his first recorded song was a solo song ‘dekho logo ye kaisa zamaana sambhalo sambhalo tang libaada’ which went un-noticed.
Usha Khanna ji give him another chance in 1969 to sung in the movie ‘Anjaan Hai Koi’, this time a duet with Mahendra Kapoor which due to its tune and words was somewhat noticed and reach a larger audience.

However, he was still far away from the ‘big’ and ‘hit’ …

In the meantime, given to the pressure by his father to join the family business in Amritsar he keeps visiting Amritsar, but since he was not interested in Business he returns back to Mumbai.
Later on, his father also gives up to his wish and allow him to stay in Mumbai and even bought a ‘flat’ for him in Mumbai which he is still staying in.

Jaspal Singh also started taking lessons from his guruji Mahendrajeet Singh ji who always encouraged him a lot and always supported him and insisted that he should not leave Mumbai and ‘singing’.
As his struggle for singing opportunities and a major break continued Jaspal Singh also too on practicing as lawyer ship with a senior lawyer in Mumbai and started attending the court proceedings.

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‘Geet Gaata Chal’ …

Luckily, he got a chance to meet Ravindra Jain who also staying in the same locality and who was aware of his singing.

A ‘big break’ was already waiting for Jaspal Singh when Rajshri Productions were looking for a ‘new singer’ for their upcoming new movie starring Sachin.
Ravindra Jain was the music director of this movie and he thought to give Jaspal Singh a chance for singing.
And, after going through the ‘tests’ Jaspal Sing was given a chance to sing ‘dharti meri maata pitaa aasmaan’, which also was his first recorded song for the movie.

The main title song of the movie came to him only after lot of consultations between the producer of the movie Rajkamal Barjatya and the music director Ravindra Jain who was initially reluctant to give him this song, which he thought was the main song of the movie and he thought a new singer would not be able to do justice with it and had it been gone a wrong way would have spoiled the movie and the music of this movie.
Finally, he was called to sing this ‘title song’ of the movie and after recording of that he was also offered the remaining songs of the movie to sing. (one song of the movie viz. Shyam abhimaani o Shyam abhimaani was already recorded earlier in Rafi Saab’s voice)

However, the title song ‘geet gaata chal o saathi gungunaata chal ’sung by Jaspal Singh went on to create a ‘magic’ for him and for the movie and for the ‘history of ‘Hindi film music’ and this song even today after so many years is as fresh as it was when the movie was released.

This was the first major break he got and which opened for him many avenues further, though he mainly sung for Ravindra Jain (I think so, till we arrive at the total statistics of songs sung by him.)

Thereafter he got to sing in many movies mainly for actor Sachin and many of his songs went on to become very popular and they are as fresh as they were then in the minds of the movie goers and HFM lovers.

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Here it will be interesting to know if he got to sing in movies after ‘Bandish-1968’ and ‘Anjaan Hai Koi-1969’, because his next song was in 1975 for ‘Geet Gaata Chal’.

Well, after ‘Geet Gaata Chal-1975’ he left his ‘practice in lawyership’ and went on to singing in around one hundred fifty movies (to be authenticated).
However tragically or unfortunately for the history of ‘HFM’ the so-called ‘big banners’ didn’t offer him to sing in their productions.
Nevertheless, the songs that he got to sung so far cannot be forgotten and some of them will remain immortal in the memories of HFM lovers.

The song ‘jab jab tu mere saamne aaye’ from ‘Shyam Tere Kitne Naam-1977’ sung for Sachin is his personal favourite.

On this blog I got the opportunity to share few of his songs (few I mentioned above) and viz. ‘yaar dagaa de gaya dulhan ko le gaya’

His active years in singing last till 2009-2010 (as mentioned by him in his interview on RSTV).
By then already HFM had gone many changes and seen many new singers making entry into movies and singing, so naturally Jaspal Singh also got forgotten by Music Directors.

However, given the quantity of songs he sung, and his not so frequent appearing in movie songs credit some keep wondering that ‘where did he vanish?’😊.

On our blog we have so far only fifteen of ‘Jaspal Singh Songs’ posted, so all those who wondered where he was vanished can try to search for his songs also can try to get them posted here 😊 sharing them with their memories associated with his beautiful songs.

From his interview on RSTV (which is also the main source for this article) and as mentioned by Jaspal Singh himself he is living a happy and contented life with his family (wife, a daughter and a son) and continuing with his riyaaz and readings.
He had been doing stage shows as per demand and whenever he got opportunities for that. (the interview was done in 2014 i.e. only four years back).

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That brings us to the today’s song being presented here on the blog and the movie it is from …

“Paayal Ki Jhankaar-1980” was directed by Satyen Bose for Ruchi Films, Bombay.

It had Komal Mahuwakar, Alankar, Surinder Kaur (new discovery), Arun Kumar, Shail Chaturvedi, C.S. Dubey, Virendra Gaud, Shrikant Moghe, Anand Joshi, Brijendra Mohan, Pardesi, Master Abhitabh, Deepak, Sudha Shivpuri, Ranjana Sachdev, Bandini, Namrata, Asha Sharma, Rajraani and Nisha.
Master Mayur and Master Sandeep make a guest appearance in this movie.

Music for this movie was composed by Rajkamal and its songs were written by Maya Govind.

This movie had total eleven songs in it and it was passed by Censor Board on 23.08.1980.
Aarti Mukherjee, Alka Yagnik, Anand Kumar C., Jaspal Singh, Purushottam Das Jalota, Sulakshana Pandit and Yesudas gave their voices to the songs of this movie.

Interestingly the song being presented today is the only song sung by Jaspal Singh in this movie and the only male solo too. The other male voices are appearing in duets song only.

Though I had not watched this movie its name was in my vague memories so I had been waiting for sharing of a song of this movie to introduce it on the blog. And it also serves the purpose of bringing ‘movies having same titles’ on the blog.

There was a movie with the same title “Paayal Ki Jhankaar” in 1968 which has already made an entry on the blog.

Today ‘Paayal Ki Jhankaar-1980’ makes a debut on the blog …

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Let us now enjoy the today’s song in the unique and amazing voice of Jaspal Singh …
Lyrics are by Maya Govind and music is composed by Raj Kamal ji.


Song-Jin khoja tin paaiyaan gehre paani paithh (Paayal Ki Jhankaar)(1980) Singer-Jaspal Singh, Lyrics-Maya Govind, MD-Rajkamal

Lyrics

Jin khoja tin paayiyaan aa aa
Gehre paani paithh
Jo baawraa dooban daraa aa
Rahaa kinaare baithh
O Shyaama aa
Jin khoja tin paayiyaan aa
Jin khoja tin paayiyaan
Jin khoja tin paayiyaan aa aa
Gehre paani paithh
Jo baawraa dooban daraa aa
Rahaa kinaare baithh
O Shyaama
Jin khoja tin paayiyaan aa
Jin khoja tin paayiyaan

Man ki saanchi lagan hamesha
Manzil tak pahunchaati
Behte behte jaise nadiyaa
Saagar se mil jaati
O Shyaama
Jin khoja tin paayiyaan aa

Tulsi Meera aa Soor ke jaisa
Milaa na khojanhaaraa
Karke tapasya laaye Bhageerath
Ganga ki jal dhaaraa
O Shyaama
Jin khoja tin paayiyaan aa
Jin khoja tin paayiyaan

Baiju ne Guru khoja
Swaami Hari Das ko paaya
Baalak Dhruv ne sach khoja
Ho Shyaama ho o o o o
O o o o
o o o
Baalak Dhruv ne sach khoja
Dhruv taara ban muskaaya
O Shyaama aa
Jin khoja tin paayiyaan aa aa
Jin khoja tin paayiyaan

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(Lyrics in Devnagri Script) (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

जिन खोजा तिन पाईयाँ आ आ आ
गहरे पानी पैठ
जो बौरा डूबन डरा आ आ
रहा किनारे बैठ
ओ श्यामा आ
जिन खोजा तिन पाईयाँ आ
जिन खोजा तिन पाईयाँ

जिन खोजा तिन पाईयाँ आ आ आ
गहरे पानी पैठ
जो बौरा डूबन डरा आ आ
रहा किनारे बैठ
ओ श्यामा आ
जिन खोजा तिन पाईयाँ आ
जिन खोजा तिन पाईयाँ

मन कि सच्ची लगन हमेशा
मंजिल तक पहुंचाती
बहते बहते जैसे नदिया
सागर से मिल जाती
ओ श्यामा
जिन खोजा तिन पाईयाँ आ

तुलसी मीरा आ सुर के जैसा
मिला न खोजन हारा
करके तपस्या लाये भगीरथ
गंगा की जल धारा
ओ श्यामा
जिन खोजा तिन पाईयाँ आ
जिन खोजा तिन पाईयाँ

बैजू ने गुरु खोजा
स्वामी हरिदास को पाया
बालक ध्रुव ने सच खोजा
हो श्यामा हो ओ ओ ओ
ओ ओ ओ
बालक ध्रुव ने सच खोजा
ध्रुव तारा बन मुस्काया
ओ श्यामा आ
जिन खोजा तिन पाईयाँ आ आ आ
जिन खोजा तिन पाईयाँ


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 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.

Blog Day : 3531 Post No. : 14183

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 65# Remembering Navin Nischol
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Today (19th March 2018) is the remembrance day of Navin Nischol (11 April 1946 – 19 March 2011).

He will always be remembered for his ‘soft’ and ‘gentle’ acting with his special touch and he will always be remembered whenever Hindi Movies of ‘seventies’ are discussed.

I vaguely recall having watched his movies of 1970s like ‘Dharma’ (1973), ‘Dhund’ (1973), ‘Victoria No. 203’ (1972), ‘Saawan Bhadon’ (1970), in my childhood with my elders. Much Later, when I grew up, I watched his movies of 1980s like ‘The Burning Train’ (1980), ‘Desh Premee’ (1982), ‘Babu’ (1985),’Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman’ (1992), as well as some of his earlier movies like ‘Hanste Zakhm’ (1973) & ‘Buddha Mil Gaya’ (1971). The latest Navin Nischol movie that I watched was ‘Khosla Ka Ghosla’ from 2006, which I liked very much and I have watched it many times since. I cannot forget his role in the famous TV serial ‘Dekh Bhai Dekh’ (1993) which also I liked very much.

I think I had watched ‘Muqaddar Ka Baadshah’ (1990) and ‘Bahaar Aane Tak’ (1990) as well but do not remember much about them now. There are many such other movies too which I watched during this period of 1989 to 1996, but do not remember them. I may not have watched too many of his movies but there are some songs from his movies that have remained with me right since my younger days. I rememeber the songs of ‘Woh Main Nahin’ (1974), which was one of the earlier movies of Navin Nischol and I have not forgotten these songs even though I do not recall having watched the movie.

‘Woh Main Nahin’ was directed by Mohan Sehgal (or Mohan Segal) for Uma Cine Films Pvt. Ltd., Bombay. Mohan Sehgal was also the producer of this movie. The movie had Navin Nischol, Rekha, Rakesh Pandey, Padmini Kapila, Meena Roy, Iftikhar, Krishna Dhawan, Nadira, Dhumal, Sujata, Jagirdar, Manhar Desai, Kamaldeep, Shauqat Azmi, Sadhna Khote, Birbal, V Gopal, Sophia, Chamapuri, Chinnu, Chanda, Vishal Dutt, Ramlal, Bhola, Assi, Master Asif and others. Nazneen and Narendranath make friendly appearances, while Asha Sachdev makes a special appearance. Praveen Nischol was the Chief Asstt Director of this movie. (I think he is the real brother of Navin Nischol). Pratap Dave was the editor for this movie. Ali Raza was the writer of this movie. This movie was passed by Censor Board on 08.10.1974.

This movie had five songs in it composed by Sonik Omi. Lyrics of all the songs were written by Varma Malik. Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar and Mohd Rafi gave their voices to the songs in this movie. Navin Nishcol’s voice has also been credited in two songs as per HFGK.

The movie was based on prominent Marathi writer, poet and playwriter PK Atre, also known as Acharya Atre’s play ‘To Mi Navhech’ which has been regarded as a ‘classic play’ and has been successfully performed for record number of times since its inception in 1962 (it has a separate wiki page here). The main reason that I remember this movie may be because of the discussion amongst the elderly family members about the play ‘To Mi Navhech’.

Today we listen and enjoy a song from this movie which is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Kishore Kumar. Navin Nischol and Asha Sachdev are performing this song on screen where we can see many other artists in the picturization of this song. Let us now enjoy this rocking song from ‘Woh Main Nahin’ – the film makes its debut on our blog today.


Song-Honthon se kayi lutaaye taraane hain maine (Woh Main Nahin)(1974) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Verma Malik, MD-Sonik Omi
both
Asha Sachdev
Navin Nischol

Lyrics

hi
hi hi
I am Pamella darling you know
Oh, Really
Come on sweetheart

honthon se kayi lutaaye taraane hain maine ae
aankhon se kayi banaaye nishaane hain maine
ho o
honthon se kayi lutaaye taraane hain maine
aankhon se kayi banaaye nishaane hain maine
aai aai aaiya mujhe jisne nishaana banaaya sanam
tu hi hai
tu hi tu hi hai
tu hi tu hai
tu tu
tu hi hai
tu hi tu hi hai
tu hi tu hai

Hey laakhon sune aashiqon ke fasaane hain maine ae
arrey dekhe mohabbat mein bante deewaane hain maine ae
arey laakhon sune aashiqon ke fasaane hain maine ae
arrey dekhe mohabbat mein bante deewaane hain maine
ho o mujhe jisne deewaana banaaya sanam
tu hi hai
tu hi tu hi hai
tu hi tu hai
tu tu tu
tu hi hai
tu hi tu hi hai
tu hi tu hai

dil le ke chalaa naa jaaye tu mujhe shaq hai tujhpe
dil le ke chalaa naa jaaye tu mujhe shaq hai tujhpe
aa haa
palkon mein band kar loongi main
mera haq hai tujhpe
jo milti mohabbat chhod de
aati huyi daulat mod de
wo main nahin hoon
wo o main nahin hoon
honthon se kayi lutaaye taraane hain maine
aankhon se kayi banaaye nishaane hain maine
aai aai aaiya mujhe jisne nishaana banaaya sanam
tu hi hai
tu hi tu hi hai
tu hi tu hai
tu tu
tu hi hai
tu hi tu hi hai
tu hi tu hai

ay ay ay yaa ee ee
laa laa laa laa laa aa
oy oy oy oy oo oo oo
laa laa laa laa laa aa

jis din se meri duniya ko tu aabaad karegi
jis din se meri duniya ko tu aabaad karegi
haa haa
tujhe aisa pyaar main doonga
ke tu yaad karegi
is mulaaqaat ko bhula de
aur apne pyaar ko dagaa de
wo main nahin hoon
wo main nahin hoon
hothon se kayi lutaaye taraane hain maine ae
arey dekhe mohabbat mein bante deewaane hain maine ae
aai aai aaiya mujhe jisne nishaana banaaya sanam
tu hi hai
tu hi tu hi hai
tu hi tu hai
tu tu tu
tu hi hai
tu hi tu hi hai
tu hi tu hai

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Devnagri script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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हाय
हाय हाय
आय एम् पामेला डार्लिंग यू नो
ओह रियली
कम ऑन स्वीटहार्ट

होठों से कई लुटाये तराने हैं मैंने ए
आँखों से कई बनाए निशाने हैं मैंने
हो ओ
होठों से कई लुटाये तराने हैं मैंने ए
आँखों से कई बनाए निशाने हैं मैंने
अई अई अईया मुझे जिसने निशाना बनाया सनम
तू ही है
तू ही तू ही है
तू ही तू है
तू तू
तू ही है
तू ही तू ही है
तू ही तू है
हे लाखों सुने आशिकों के फ़साने हैं मैंने ए
अरे देखे मोहब्बत में बनते दीवाने हैं मैंने ए
अरे लाखों सुने आशिकों के फ़साने हैं मैंने ए
अरे देखे मोहब्बत में बनते दीवाने हैं मैंने ए
हो ओ मुझे जिसने दीवाना बनाया सनम
तू ही है
तू ही तू ही है
तू ही तू है
तू तू तू
तू ही है
तू ही तू ही है
तू ही तू है

दिल ले के चला ना जाए तू
मुझे शक है तुझपे
दिल ले के चला ना जाए तू
मुझे शक है तुझपे
आ हां
पलकों में बंद कर लूंगी मैं
मेरा हक है तुझपे
जो मिलती मोहब्बत छोड़ दे
आती हुयी दौलत मोड़ दे
वो मैं नहीं हूँ
वो ओ मैं नहीं हूँ
होठों से कई लुटाये तराने हैं मैंने ए
आँखों से कई बनाए निशाने हैं मैंने
अई अई अईया मुझे जिसने निशाना बनाया सनम
तू ही है
तू ही तू ही है
तू ही तू है
तू तू
तू ही है
तू ही तू ही है
तू ही तू है

अये अये अये या ई ई
ला ला ला ला ला आ
ओय ओय ओय ओय ऊ ऊ ऊ
ला ला ला ला ला आ

जिस दिन से मेरी दुनिया को तू आबाद करेगी
जिस दिन से मेरी दुनिया को तू आबाद करेगी
हा हा
तुझे ऐसा प्यार मैं दूंगा
के तू याद करेगी
इस मुलाक़ात को भुला दे
और अपने प्यार को दगा दे
वो मैं नहीं हूँ
वो मैं नहीं हूँ
होठों से कई लुटाये तराने हैं मैंने ए
अरे देखे मोहब्बत में बनते दीवाने हैं मैंने ए
अई अई अईया मुझे जिसने निशाना बनाया सनम
तू ही है
तू ही तू ही है
तू ही तू है
तू तू तू
तू ही है
तू ही तू ही है
तू ही तू है


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 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.

Blog Day : 3514 Post No. : 14114

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 64# Singer – Kishore Kumar
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In my opinion, Kishore Kumar’s voice reached a different and special plane altogether during late 1960s as compared to his voice prior to earlier years i.e. pre ‘Padosan'(1968) and ‘Aradhana’ (1969). He retained that “something special” in his voice for the rest of his career. His voice was at its ‘versatile peak’ during this phase of his career.

Kishore Kumar was popularly known as the voice of ‘Rajesh Khanna’ during 1970s, but he was also singing for most other actors, whether they were the established stars of the time or newcomers. Today’s song is one such special song. I became aware of this song only in September 2016.

It was during my stay at Nagpur that I had marked this song for presentation here on the blog. When I checked HFGK for this movie songs, I discovered that this song had two versions viz a ‘happy’ as well as ‘sad’. However, at that time only the sad version of this song was available, so I forwarded the movie link to my friend so that he could make the fast version of the song available in time for Holi of 2017. But somehow it did not materialize.

Later on, due to change in my job location it got further delayed. It was just about five weeks back that I requested our beloved Raja Saab to upload video of this song and he, as he always does, was kind enough to respond to my request and he has uploaded both the video versions of this song. (Thank you, Raja Saab, for the videos of both versions of this song). Meanwhile, I also discovered that audio of the ‘happy’ version was also available on YT.

This is a song celebrating ‘Holi’ – the festival of colors – and thus today on the occasion of ‘Holi’ let us enjoy this song from the ‘1975’ movie ‘Andhera’.

‘Andhera’ was directed by Tulsi Ramsay and Shyam Ramsay for their home production under the banner of Ramsay Films, Bombay. It was produced by F.U. Ramsay who also wrote the story of this movie. The star cast of this movie includes Sameer, Vani Ganpati, Surendra Kumar, Imtiaz, Helen, Satyen Kappu, Krishan Dhawan, Mukri, Dulari, Shekhar Purohit, Kumud Tripathi, Tuntun, Heeralal, Murad, Kukku, Arvind Pandya, Major Anand, Madhu, Habib, Moolchand, Seema Kapoor, Ashoo and others.

Dialogues for this movie were written by Kafeel Azar. Shyam Ramsay was the Chief Assistant Editor and Arjun Ramsay was the Associate Director. Editing was done by Bal Korde. Kumar Ramsay was the Executive Producer for this movie and he also wrote the screenplay of this movie.

This movie has four songs. Lyrics for all these songs are penned by Gulshan Bawra. Music for this movie is composed by Sonik-Omi. All the songs are solo songs; two by Kishore Kumar , and other two by Asha Bhonsle. Today’s song is sung by Kishore Kumar and it has two versions ‘happy’and ‘sad’ (or fast and slow 🙂 ). More than the fast version I like the slow version and its tune grows up on one as one listens to it repeatedly

Let us now enjoy this song!!! With this song, ‘Andhera’ (1975) makes its debut in the blog.

Wishing all readers and members of this blog a very happy, peaceful, safe and colorful Holi 2018 …!!!

 

Video-Happy version

Video (sad version-partial)

Audio-Sad version-longer

Song-Rang doonga sabko main pyaar bhari baaton se (Andhera)(1975) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Gulshan Bawra, MD-Sonik Omi
Unidentified Female Voice

Lyrics

hurrrrrr rrr ak

holi hai re holi hai
bhabhunaaku
gori gori chhori hai
bhabhunaaku
chhori badi bholi hai
bheegi bheegi choli hai
holi hain re bholi hai
holi hain re holi hai
holi hain ke bholi hai
holi hain ke choli hai
holi choli hat
choli holi hat
holi bholi hat

rang doonga sabko main
pyaar bhari baaton se
rang doonga sabko main
pyaar bhari baaton se
aaj koyee ee ee
aaj koyi bach na sakega
mere haathon se
aaj koyi bach na sakega
mere haathon se
rang doonga sabko main
ho laale bachiyo
ha ha
ha ha

choli bhigo doon ho o
chunari bhigo doon
mujhko kiska dar hai
har ek naari hi aaj hai gopi
kaanha har ek nar hai
holi mein jo bhi ho so kam hai
rok le mujhko
jisme dam hai re
aaj koyi ee ee
aaj koyi bach na sakega
mere haathon se
aaj koyi bach na sakega
mere haathon se
rang doonga sab ko main
ho bhonpu ahe he he
ha ha
he he ae
ah a he he he

aaj wo din hai khelen rang se
naachen gaayen milke ae
aa gori aa
in baahon mein
armaan poore hon dil ke ae
holi to hai milne ka bahaana
ab na chalega re yoon sharmaanaa
aaj koyi ee ae
aaj koyi bach na sakega
mere haathon se
aaj koyi bach na sakega
mere haathon se
rang doonga sab ko main
o goriye ye le
ha ha ha
ho o
chhodo na
ho ho he he
a ha
oh, please chhodo na
arey kaise chhodoon
chhodo na
arey nahi re
oh ho
o ho
chhodo o
nahin nahin
he he
he he
he he
bruuuurr

ye bhonpu idhar aa
ye baba
o sethiye

aaja aaja
o goriye
oye hoye
he
he

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(Sad Version) based on audio version which is longer one
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rang doonga sabko main aen
pyaar bhari baaton se ae
aaj koyi bach na sakega
mere haathon se
aaj koyi bach na sakega
mere haathon se ae
choli bhigo doon
chunri bhigo doon
mujhko kiska dar hai
har ik naari ee ee aaj hai gopi ee
kaanhaa har ik nar hai
holi mein jo bhi ee ho so kam hai
rok le mujhko o
jisme dam hai
aaj koyi bach na sakega
mere haathon se
rang doonga sabko main aen
pyaar bhari baaton se
aaj koyi bach na sakega
mere haathon se ae
aaj koyi bach na sakega
mere haathon se

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Devnagri script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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हुर्र र र र र र रक
होली है रे होली है
भभुनाकू
गोरी गोरी छोरी है
भभुनाकू
छोरी बड़ी भोली है
भीगी भीगी चोली है
होली है रे भोली है
होली है रे होली है
होली है के भोली है
होली है के चोली है
होली चोली हट
चोली होली हट
होली भोली हट

रंग दूंगा सबको मैं
प्यार भरी बातों से
रंग दूंगा सबको मैं
प्यार भरी बातों से
आज कोई ई ई
आज कोई बच न सकेगा
मेरे हाथों से
आज कोई बच न सकेगा
मेरे हाथों से
रंग दूंगा सबको मैं
हो लाले बचियो
अहा हा हा हा
चोली भिगो दूं हो ओ
चुनरी भिगो दूं
मुझको किसका डर हैं
हर एक नारी ही आज है गोपी
कान्हा हर एक नर हैं
होलि में जो भी हो सो कम हैं
रोक ले मुझको जिसमें दम है रे
आज कोई ई ई
आज कोई बच न सकेगा
मेरे हाथों से
आज कोई बच न सकेगा
मेरे हाथों से
रंग दूंगा सब को मैं
हो भोपू आहे हे हे
हा हा
हे हे ए
अह अ हे हे हे
आज वो दिन हैं खेलें रंग से
नाचें गाएँ मिल के ए
आ गोरी आ इन बाहों में
अरमान पूरे हों दिल के ए
होली तो हैं मिलने का बहाना
अब न चलेगा रे यूं शर्माना
आज कोई ई ए
आज कोई बच न सकेगा
मेरे हाथों से
आज कोई बच न सकेगा
मेरे हाथों से
रंग दूंगा सब को मैं
ओ गोरिये ये ले अ हा हा हा
हो ओ
छोडो न
हो हो हे हे
अ हा
ओह प्लीज़ छोडो न
अरे कैसे छोडूं
छोडो न
अरे नहीं रे
ओह हो
ओ हो
छोडो ओ
नहीं नहीं
हे हे
हे हे
हे हे
ब्रुरु ऊऊउर्र
ये भोपू इधर आ
ये बाबा
ओ सेठिये
आजा आजा
ओ गोरिये
ओये होए
हे
हे
———————————–
(भाग -२ , धीमा स्वर या विषाद गीत)
———————————–
रंग दूंगा सबको मैं
प्यार भरी बातों से
आज कोई बच न सकेगा
मेरे हाथों से
आज कोई बच न सकेगा
मेरे हाथों से
चोली भिगो दूं
चुनरी भिगो दूं
मुझको किसका डर हैं
हर एक नारी ई ई आज है गोपी ई
कान्हा हर एक नर हैं
होली में जो भी ई हो सो कम हैं
रोक ले मुझको ओ जिसमें दम है
आज कोई बच न सकेगा
मेरे हाथों से
रंग दूंगा सबको मैं
प्यार भरी बातों से ए
आज कोई बच न सकेगा
मेरे हाथों से ए
आज कोई बच न सकेगा
मेरे हाथों से


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This blog discusses Bollywood songs of yesteryears. Every song has a brief description, followed by a video link, and complete lyrics of the song.

This is a labour of love, where “new” songs are added every day, and that has been the case for over TEN years. This blog has over 14600 song posts by now.

This blog is active and online for over 3700 days since its beginning on 19 july 2008.

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Movies with all their songs covered =1147
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