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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 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.

It is a year since the last song of “Baalika Badhu” (1976) was posted. That song “Arey Doli Mein Sawaar Sajni Ka Pyaar” was in the vocals of R D Burman. It was on RDB also called Panchamda’s birthday. That was a baraat song full of fun and frolic. Today we will have one more song- a patriotic song in the voice of the legendary Mohammad Rafi. It is written by Anand Bakshi.

I had never seen this movie in a theatre, have seen it every time it came on television. I have always loved songs so it is not surprising I love the songs from this movie too. Infact the number of times that I have seen them I know every action that accompanies each and every song. I remember there is a scene after the wedding of Amal (Sachin) & Rajni (Rajni Sharma) also called ‘Cheeni’ in the movie where in the bride’s sisters and cousins along with the bride herself have a ragging session of the groom and his male friends. Then on the wedding night Cheeni keeps chewing paan (betel leaf) and looks very cute; opens the room door to find her cousins standing at the door trying to listen in to the goings-on in the bridal room.

I have heard that there used to be melas (fairs) and weekly markets in villages and small towns of India (don’t know if they still happen) where people used to purchase items of daily needs. These fairs used to also sell clothes (imported) and bangles, bindiyas and other such things that women use to adorn themselves. The movie shows these items to be all from the various colonies of the British Raj. A highly emotional song, steeped in nationalistic fervour, urges people to stop buying these goods and if possible burn them. The period the movie is set in, is pre-independence when the non-cooperation movement was in full strength in India. We see in the song, the freedom-fighters come to one such mela, where Cheeni and her sister-in-law Chandra (Kajri) are shopping for clothes and bangles. Cheeni’s character is shown to be in love with glass bangles and during the song she hides them.  The song ends when the police enter the scene. Such impromptu shows / acts these days go by the name of flash mobs, wonder what they used to be called during the freedom struggle.

Whenever RD Burman has collaborated with Mohd. Rafi, it has been a special song. This is another special one, I won’t call it a rare song but this is a song for which only Rafisaab could have done justice, whatsay folks? Remembering our very own Panchamda on his 78th birthday with a song that does not have any characteristic of being a RD Burman composition. Thank you Panchamda for surprising us with this number.

Postscript: Did anyone notice I refrained from giving and biography about Panchamda today? I tried to consciously avoid talking about his parents, his pet name, and his innovative methods when it came to giving music.

Slow Version

Song – Ye Choodiyaan Nahin Hathkadiyaan Hain (Balika Badhu) (1976) Singers – Mohammed Rafi , Lyrics – Anand Bakshi, MD – RD Burman
Chorus

Lyrics

apni maaon
behenon ki
rehne de kalaai nangi
apni maaon
behenon ki
rehne de kalaai nangi
tod de choodiwale
ye choodiyan satrangi
ye maal videshi leke
is desh me aaye firangi
oo tod de choodiwale ye choodiyan satrangi
ye maal videshi leke
is desh me aaye firangi
barson ki ghulaami ki kadiyaan hain
ye choodiyaan nahin hathkadiyaan hain
ye choodiyaan nahin hathkadiyaan hain

arey bech ke khel khilone
kya ye sarkaar karegi
in paison se phaansi ke
phande tayyaar karegi
arey bech ke khel khilone
kya ye sarkaar karegi
in paison se phaansi ke
phande tayyaar karegi
jab bichad rahe hain bete
kya ma singaar karegi
ye qurbani ki ghadiyaan hain
ye choodiyaan nahin hathkadiyaan hain
ye choodiyaan nahin hathkadiyaan hain

ye saaman hai pyaraa
ya apni laaj hai pyaari
dushman ka saath na dena
mat karna ye gaddaari
ye saaman hai pyaraa
ya apni laaj hai pyaari
dushman ka saath na dena
mat karna ye gaddaari
ghar se baahar galiyon mein
tu phenk de cheezen saari
tu phenk de cheezen saari
sun ae bharat ki naari
sun ae bharat ki naari
tu phenk de cheezen saari
in sabko aag laga do
in sabko aag laga do
hardil me josh jaga do
hardil me josh jaga do
vande maatram
vande maatram
bolo vande maatram
vande maatram
bolo vande maatram
vande maatram
vande maatram
vande maatram
vande maatram
vande maatram

Slow Version

bech ke khel khilone
kya ye sarkaar karegi
in paison se phaansi ke
phande tyyar karegi
jab bichad rahe hain bete
kya ma singaar karegi
kya ma singaar karegi
kya ma singaar karegi

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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अपनी माओं
बहनों की
रहने दे कलाई नंगी
अपनी माओं
बहनों की
रहने दे कलाई नंगी
तोड़ दे चूड़ीवाले
ये चूड़ियाँ सतरंगी
ये माल विदेशी ले के
इस देश में आए फिरंगी
ओ तोड़ दे चूड़ीवाले
ये चूड़ियाँ सतरंगी
ये माल विदेशी ले के
इस देश में आए फिरंगी
बरसों की ग़ुलामी की कड़ियाँ हैं
ये चूड़ियाँ नहीं हथकड़ियाँ हैं
ये चूड़ियाँ नहीं हथकड़ियाँ हैं

अरे बेच के खेल खिलौने
क्या ये सरकार करेगी
इन पैसों से फांसी के
फंदे तैयार करेगी
अरे बेच के खेल खिलौने
क्या ये सरकार करेगी
इन पैसों से फांसी के
फंदे तैयार करेगी
जब बिछड़ रहे हैं बेटे
क्या माँ सिंगार करेगी
ये कुर्बानी की घड़ियाँ हैं
ये चूड़ियाँ नहीं हथकड़ियाँ हैं
ये चूड़ियाँ नहीं हथकड़ियाँ हैं

ये समान है प्यारा
या अपनी लाज है प्यारी
दुश्मन का साथ ना देना
मत करना ये ग़द्दारी
ये समान है प्यारा
या अपनी लाज है प्यारी
दुश्मन का साथ ना देना
मत करना ये ग़द्दारी
घर से बाहर गलियों में
तू फेंक दे चीज़ें सारी
तू फेंक दे चीज़ें सारी
सुन ए भारत की नारी
सुन ए भारत की नारी
तू फेंक दे चीज़ें सारी
इन सबको आग लगा दो
इन सबको आग लगा दो
हर दिल में जोश जगा दो
हर दिल में जोश जगा दो
वंदे मातरम्
वंदे मातरम्
बोलो वंदे मातरम्
वंदे मातरम्
बोलो वंदे मातरम्
वंदे मातरम्
वंदे मातरम्
वंदे मातरम्
वंदे मातरम्
वंदे मातरम्

धीमा रूपांतर

बेच के खेल खिलौने
क्या ये सरकार करेगी
इन पैसों से फांसी के
फंदे तैयार करेगी
जब बिछड़ रहे हैं बेटे
क्या माँ सिंगार करेगी
क्या माँ सिंगार करेगी
क्या माँ सिंगार करेगी

 

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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 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.

Hullo to everyone in Atuldom

Today 25th June 2017 is the 93rd birth anniversary of the legendary Madan Mohan.

At the outset, itself I should make it clear I am no authority on either Madan Mohan or any composer of that era. I have this disclaimer on all my writeups on legends of that era.

The best of these composers happened much before I even became aware that a song needs a lyricist, a composer, a singer and numerous musical instruments to make us-listeners fall in love with them. But for sure I love all music whether of the 50s, 60s, 70s or of the 80s to now. I am unsure of if I know any song of the 40s, hence I didn’t mention them in my list.

I love “lag ja gale ke phir yeh haseen raat ho na ho” as much as “simti si sharmayi si” or “bhor aayi gaya aandhiyaara”. I loved his “har koi chahta hai ek muthi aasmaan”; “mera naam abdul rehmaan”; “ai haseeno naazaneeno” much before I became aware (discovered this today) that they are all Madan Mohan compositions. Till yesterday they were all Kishore Kumar songs to be enjoyed. I loved his “kaun aaya mere man ke dwaare” as much as “tum bin Jeevan kaisa Jeevan”. I am a fan of all his work with Lata Mangeshkar-there are just too many songs to list out here. I am forever hooked on to “jhumka gira re” and “ai dil mujhe bata de”. I am not going to list anymore of my favourite songs; I am just moving on.

As I scrutinized the anniversary pages of this blog and the list of songs movie-wise page I zeroed in on a movie that is a family favourite; that is. everyone from my Grandpa (when he was there) to my teenage niece love the songs of this movie. Even I got my husband and his mom addicted to this movie after we shifted to Mumbai in the 90s. This movie had six or seven songs (I am unsure about the number we need HFGK to tell us the exact number) and the blog has only the popular three. Let us have one more today.

The movie was a N.C.Sippy, Romu Sippy & Hrishikesh Mukhrjee production for Rupam Chitra. Hrishikesh Mukherjee also directed it. It was given censor certificate on 30th June 1972 and released on July 7th the same year. So, we are also at the release anniversary of the movie. The movie had a small cast of Harindranth Chattopadhyay, Rajesh Khanna, Jaya Bhaduri, Asrani, A.K.Hangal, Durga Khote, Kali Bannerjee, Usha Kiran, Master Raju and Manisha. I think the name of the actor who played Jaya Bhaduri’s romantic interest is someone called Suraj. (I am sure Prakashchandraji will be able to give the right name).

Amitabh Bachchan was the narrator at the opening and closing of the movie.

I am most certain that everyone has by now understood that we are having a song from “Bawarchi” today to remember Madan Mohan on his birthday. The movie had dialogues by Gulzar. It was based on Tapan Sinha’s 1966 Bengali movie “Galpa Haleo Satyi”.

The songs were penned by Kaifi Azmi (another revelation for me; I seem to be discovering many things today). Todays’ song is semi classical in the voices of Chaube Maharaj (another discovery today, need light on this too) with Laxmi Shankar. This is Paintal tutoring Manisha (playing Meeta Sharma B.A.; daughter of A.K.Hangal and Durga Khote) kathak nritya. A little researching on Manisha and I found that she was married to Deb Mukherjee for a while. She is the mother of Ashutosh Gowarikar’s wife Sunita. And researching on Chaube Maharaj brought up the fact that he was son of Sukhdev Maharaj and that makes him brother to Sitaara Devi – found this in Kathak, Indian Classical Dance Art written by Sunil Kothari, page 71.

[Ed: The song is in three parts in the movie. The first two parts show Manisha practicing under the tutelage of Paintal. The third part shows her making use of her training in a dance competition. The video shown combines the three parts at one place.
The portion sung by Chaube Maharaj may need correction at several places. Knowledgeable raeders with keener ears are requested to point out the errors as applicable.]


Song-Kaahe Kaanha karat barjori (Baawarchi)(1972) Singers-Laxmi Shankar, Chaube Maharaj, Lyrics-Kaifi Azmi, MD-Madan Mohan

Lyrics

todat kala biraajat chhabi saajat
poorn chandr
sharad rain ujiyaari
ati pyaari
nirakh jog ??
jan hit
bajaayi bajaayi murali akhand
mandal maha??
mandal mad nirtak
dhishom dhishom
dhimik dhimik
tata thaiyya
ta thaiyya
tak tak tak dhig
bajat bheen mridang
?? murli
madhur dhuni kar
taal dhun dhun
bajat ghiti
??
dhig dhig dha
??
dhig dhig dha
dha dhig dhig dha
bansi bat pe
jamuna tat pe
?? dhig dhig dha
bansi bat pe
jamuna tat pe
?? dhig dhig dha
bansi bat mein
jamuna tat pe

kaahe kaanha karat barjori
kaahe kaanha karat barjori
chhodo chhodo
chhodo chhodo
chhodo chhodo
kalaiya mori

kaahe kaanha karat barjori
kaahe kaanha karat barjori
chhodo chhodo
chhodo chhodo
chhodo chhodo
kalaiya mori
kaahe kaanha karat barjori
kaahe kaanha karat barjori

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kaahe kaanha karat barjori
kaahe kaanha
kaahe kaanha
kaahe kaanha karat barajori
kaahe kaanha
dhi dha dhigdhig
dhi dha dhigdhig
dhi dha dhigdhig
dhai dhi dha
tat tat dhigdha dhai
ta
dhig dha dhig dha
dhig dha dhig dha
dhai tha
tat tat dhigdha
thai thai
thai ta
dhig dha dhig dhig
dhig dha dhig dhig
dhig dha dhig dhig dhai
dhig dha dhig dhig dhigdha dhai
dhig dha dhig dhig dhigdha
dhaant
dhigdha dhigdhig
dhai dhai
tha
tat thai
dhigta thai thai
dhatit dhatit
dhadha tit tit
dhakit dhakit dha
dhagin to to
nage nage tunda
tirkit dhagin
??
ghe ghe ghe ghe ghe ghe
tat
ghe ghe ghe ghe ghe
tat ghe ghe ghe ghe
ta thai
tat ta thai
tat thi ta thai
tat tathai

———————————-
sraant dhidhig dha
tam ta dhidhig dha
tha dhidhig dha
bansi bat pe
jamuna tat pe
dha dhig dhig dha
bansi bat pe
jamuna tat pe
dhigdha dhig dhig dha
bansi bat pe
jamuna tat pe

kaahe kaanha karat barjori
kaahe kaanha karat barjori

raar machaaye
ang lagaaye
raar machaye
ang lagaaye
bainyya dhare gori gori
kaahe kaanha karat


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 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.

Hullo to all in Atuldom

On this blog, Atul has a page for birthdays of various Hindi film artistes. He has meticulously kept track of these dates and makes it a point, as much as possible, to post a song honouring the artiste on the concerned date. That is like a doctor treating his patients.

And, just like a doctor having his own turn at being unwell, today it is Atul’s turn to have his own birthday celebrated, instead of celebrating others. And it is our turn to do the celebration!

This is what our own Rajaji had written last year on this date that happens to be our very own Karta Dharta’s birthdate.

Taking a risk of being labelled a repeater or a copy-cat I must reiterate what has been said before, at various places, on this blog… “I shudder whenever I think as to how Atul ji has managed all these years without an iota of exhaustion in pursuing the ‘Project ASAD’.” This was Sadanandji’s comment on Rajaji’s post last year. I also have thoughts similar to Sadanandji. 😊

Guruji/ Arunji- our very own encyclopaedia came up with a superb poem on Atulji and without his permission I am reproducing it here (hope he doesn’t mind)

suno ji suno,
yeh hai mera pyara
subka dil lubhanewala,
Ganewala, Ranchiwala……..1

ye koi khel nahi hai
itna aasan nahi hai
yadein taaza karnewala
Gaanewala, Ranchwala…….2

duniya isko dekh rahi hai
gaane sunke khoj rahi hai
hai bhala kaun ye dilwala
Gaanewala, Ranchiwala……3

iske pyar mein doobi duniya
isko chaahe saari duniya
kahan hai pyaare geetonwala
Gaanewala, Ranchiwala…..4

geeton ki iss yatra mein
hum sab hai iske saathi
sub ko saath lenewala
Gaanewala, Ranchiwala…..5

nayak ho to aisa dilwala
khushiyan apni baatnewala
har yaatri ko chahnewala
Gaanewala, Ranchiwala…..6

sab ke dil mein ek hi naara
neta ho to aisa pyaraa
Atul ji jaisa bade dilwala
Gaanewala, Ranchiwala…..7

Though I am not as fortunate as our Rajaji to know Atulji from time immemorial I am lucky enough to have spoken to him over this last 4-5 years and have some knowledge about him through his own writings on the blog… his dedication to the blog, his pets and family. I like the way he talks about his pets and the way they wake him early so that they also get time with him before he leaves for work or sits down to write posts for us. He has never complained (like I have on many occasions) about the lack of electricity or internet connections. He has gone beyond his own target of posting a set number of songs and today he himself has 10091 posts and has been magnanimous in allowing we hijackers some of our own posts too.

So, repeating everything I said last year – May God give Atulji health, peace of mind, lots of time and good infrastructural support in the form of unending internet and electrical connections. And we will not mind him being absent from the blog when his family is around as they are more entitled to his time. And hope he doesn’t mind us pestering him with our farmaishes. Here is hoping he gives us many opportunities to celebrate and we will keep presenting him with lovely songs.

Since ours is a primarily a blog fed by Bollywood here is a song which celebrates the various awards functions that happen every year. It is a party song from “Om Shanti Om” (2007). It is written by Javed Akhtar and has music by Vishal (Dadlani) and Shekhar (Ravjiani). The movie was co-written and directed by Farha Khan. The uniqueness of the movie is that more than 42 well known movie stars appear in the course of the movie. Today’s song itself has about 30 stars – Rani Mukherjee, Zayed Khan, Vidya Balan, Jeetendra, Tushar Kapoor, Priyanka Chopra, Shilpa Shetty, Dharamendra, Shabana Azmi, Urmilla Matondkar, Karisma Kapoor, Arbaaz Khan, Malaika Arora, Dino Morea, Amrita Arora, Juhi Chawla, Aftab Shivdasani, Tabu,Govinda, Mithun Chakravarty, Kajol, Bobby Deol, Preity Zinta, Rekha, Riteish Deshmukh, Salman Khan,Saif Ali Khan, Sanjay Dutt, Lara Dutta, Suneil Shetty, with Arjun Rampal- a character in the film- making an appearance towards the end of the song. And of course, there is Shahrukh Khan in the film present in every frame of the song. Udit Narayan, Sunidhi Chauhan, Shreya Ghoshal, Shaan, Rahul Saxena are the playback singers. I hope this is a good party song for the occasion. It stands for all the Deewangi that this blog has generated among its followers.

Wish you a very Happy Birthday Atulji.

Song – Dekho Dekho Hai Shaam Badi Deewaani (Om Shanti Om) (2007) Singers – Udit Narayan, Sunidhi Chauhan, Shreya Ghoshal, Shaan, Rahul Saxena , Lyrics – Javed Akhtar, MD – Vishal – Shekhar

Lyrics

dekho
dekho
hai shaam badi deewani
dheere
dheere
ban jaaye na koi kahaani

dekho
dekho
hai shaam badi deewani
dheere
dheere
ban jaaye na koi kahaani

dilbar hai
dilkash hai
dildaar nazare hain 

aaj zameen per utre kitne sitaare hai
ad lo hosh nami daanam
hum hain dil hai aur jaanam
bas deewangi deewangi deewangi hai
na koi rehzan na rehbar
yeh ilzaam lage kis per
bas deewangi deewangi deewangi hai
all hot gals put ur hands up and say
om shanti om

all cool boys com’on make some noise n say
om shanti om

shaam ghazab ki
hungama khez hai

is ka nasha hi
gehra hai tez hai

shaam ghazab ki
hungama khez hai

is ka nasha hi
gehra hai tez hai

zulf khuli hai
resham resham

saans ghuli hai madham madham
yeh to ishaare hain
ad lo hosh nami daanam
hum hain dil hai aur jaanam
bas deewangi deewangi deewangi hai
na koi rehzan na rehbar
yeh ilzaam lage kis per
bas deewangi deewangi deewangi hai
all hot gals put ur hands up
and say
om shanti om

all cool boys com’on make some noise n say
om shanti om

all hot gals put ur hands up and say
om shanti om

all cool boys com’on make some noise n say
om shanti om

kehne ko waise to
saara sukoon hai

phir bhi yeh dil hai ke
is ko junoon hai

kehne ko waise to
sara sukoon hai

phir bhi yeh dil hai ke
is ko junoon hai

palkon palkon
khwaab sajaa de

isko usko
sab ko bataa de

raaz jo saare hain
ad lo hosh nami daanam
hum hain dil hai aur jaanam
bas deewangi deewangi deewangi hai
na koi rehzan na rehbar
yeh ilzaam lage kis per
bas deewangi deewangi deewangi hai

all hot gals put ur hands up and say
om shanti om

all cool boys com’on make some noise n say
om shanti om
all hot gals put ur hands up and say
om shanti om

all cool boys com’on make some noise n say
om shanti om
all hot gals put ur hands up and say
om shanti om

all cool boys com’on make some noise n say
om shanti om
all hot gals put ur hands up and say
om shanti om

all cool boys com’on make some noise n say
om shanti om

 


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 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.

Hullo to all Atulwaasis

Yesterday, 16thJune 2017, was the 97th birth anniversary of singer- music director-producer-director Hemant Mukherjee alias Hemant Kumar. He started out his music journey in 1935 on All India Radio with “Amar Ganete Ele Nabarupi Chirantanii” under the influence of his friend Subhas Mukhopadhayay. Hemant Da’s music career was primarily mentored by the Bengali musician, Sailesh Duttagupta. In his early life Hemant Da used to follow the famous Bengali singer Pankaj Mullick. For this he was nicknamed as “Chhoto Pankaj”. In an interview on television in the early 1980s, Hemanta had mentioned that he had also received classical music training from Ustad Faiyaz Khan’s student Phanibhusan Banerjee.

Hemant Da’s first film song, as singer, was in the Bengali film ‘Nimai Sanyas’ released in 1941. Music was scored by Hariprasanna Das. Hemant Da’s first compositions for himself were the Bengali non-film songs “Katha Kayonako Shudhu Shono” and “Amar Biraha Akashe Priya” in 1944. Lyrics were by Amiya Bagchi. His first Hindi film songs were in ‘Irada’ (1944) under Pt. Amarnath’s music direction. Hemant Da is considered a foremost exponent of Rabindra Sangeet. His first recorded Rabindra Sangeet was in the Bengali film ‘Priya Bandhabi’ (1944). The song was “Pather Sesh Kothaye”.

His first movie as a music director was the Bengali film ‘Abhiyatri’ in 1947. Although many of the songs Hemant Da recorded during this time received critical acclaim, major commercial success eluded him until 1947. In the mid-1940s, Hemant became an active member of the Indian People’s Theatre Association (IPTA) and started an association with another active IPTA member — songwriter and composer Salil Chowdhury.

Hemant Da started receiving more assignments for music composition for Bengali films. Some were for director Hemen Gupta. When Hemen moved to Mumbai, he called upon Hemant Da to compose music for his first directorial venture in Hindi titled ‘Anand Math under the Filmistan banner. Responding to this call, Hemant Da migrated to Mumbai in 1951 and joined Filmistan Studios. The music of ‘Anand Math (1952) was a moderate success. The most notable songs from this movie is “Vande Mataram” sung by Lata Mangeshkar, which Hemant Da set to a marching tune. Following ‘Ananda Math’, Hemant Da scored music for a few Filmistan movies like ‘Shart ‘in subsequent years, the songs of which received moderate popularity. Simultaneously, Hemant Da gained popularity in Mumbai as a playback singer.His songs playbacked for actor Dev Anand under music director Sachin Dev Burman in movies like ‘Jaal (“Ye Raat, Ye Chandni Phir Kahaan“), ‘House No. 44’ (“Chup Hai Dharti, Chup Hain Chand Sitare” and “Teri Duniya Mein Jeene Se“), ‘Solva Saal’ (“Hai Apna Dil To Awara“), and ‘Baat Ek Raat Ki’ (“Na Tum Hamen Jaano“), became very popular and continue to be so. In the 1950s, he also play-backed for other heroes of Hindi films like Pradip Kumar (‘Nagin, ‘Detective) and Sunil Dutt (‘Duniya Jhukti Hai) and later in the 1960s for Biswajeet (‘Bees Saal Baad’, ‘Bin Badal Barsaat’, ‘Kohra’) and Dharmandra (‘Anupama’); he was the music composer for all these films.

In the latter part of the 1950s, Hemant Da composed music and sang for several Bengali and Hindi films, recorded several Rabindra Sangeet and Bengali non-film songs. Almost all of these, especially his Bengali songs, became very popular. This period can be seen as the zenith of his career and lasted for almost a decade. Some of the notable films Hemant Da himself composed music for during this period include ‘Harano Sur, ‘Marutirtha Hinglaj’, ‘Neel Akasher Neechey’, ‘Lukochuri’, ‘Swaralipi’, ‘Deep Jwele Jaai’, ‘Shesh Parjanta’, ‘Kuhak’, ‘Dui Bhai’, and ‘Saptapadi’ in Bengali, and, ‘Jagriti’ and ‘Ek Hi Raasta’ in Hindi.

The late 1950s, saw Hemant Da venture into movie production under his own banner: Hemanta-Bela productions. The first movie under this banner was a Bengali film directed by Mrinal Sen, titled ‘Neel Akasher Neechey (1959). The story was based on the travails of a Chinese street hawker in Calcutta in the backdrop of India’s freedom struggle. The movie went on to win the President’s Gold Medal — the highest honour for a movie from Government of India. In the next decade, Hemant Da’s production company was renamed Geetanjali productions and it produced several Hindi movies such as ‘Bees Saal Baad’, ‘Kohraa’, ‘Biwi Aur Makaan’, ‘Faraar’, ‘Raahgir’ and ‘Khamoshi’ — all of which had music by Hemant Da. Only ‘Bees Saal Baad’ and ‘Khamoshi’ were major commercial successes.

1977 saw him give music to ‘Do Ladke Dono Kadke’ which was produced by his son Ritesh and had screenplay- dialogue-direction by Basu Chatterjee. It was certified on 19-10-1978 and released in 1979. The movie had a cast of Moushumi Chatterjee, Amol Palekar, Asrani, Navin Nischol and Ranjeet, Iftekar,Keshto Mukherjee, Ritu Kamal etc. Mithu Mukherjee (in a guest appearance) played Navin Nischol’s wife and Master Ravi’s mother. The songs were written by Yogesh. It had two playback singers- Yesudas and Asha Bhonsle.

Amol Palekar and Asrani are petty thieves. They enter a house to burgle at the same time as another gang that has earmarked for kidnapping the kid of the house. Both parties end up drinking all the liquor in the house just as the servants of the house return. But Amol and Asrani also happen to overhear Ranjeet (leader of the other gang) talk of his kidnap plans, so the two leave all the stolen stuff and take the kid away. What follows is chaos.  But why am I giving the screenplay of the movie here. Let us move on to the second and final song from “Do Ladke Dono Kadke”.

Remembering Hemant Kumar.

[Ed Note: With this song, we have yet one more Yippeee event. The film ‘Do Ladke Dono Kadke’ (1978) now has all its songs covered on our blog.]

Song – Chanda Ki Doli Mein Thi Ek Pariyon Ki Raani (Do Ladke Dono Kadke) (1978) Singers – Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Yogesh, MD – Hemant Kumar
Asha Bhosle + Yesudas

Lyrics

chanda ki doli mein thi ek pariyo ki rani
heere ke the pankh jis ke hai usi ki ye kahani
chanda ki doli mein thi ek pariyo ki rani
heere ke the pankh jis ke hai usi ki ye kahani
chanda ki doli mein thi ek pariyo ki rani

ek din wo pari baawari si ho gayi
uske hothon ki hansi jaane kahaan thi kho gayi
ek din woh pari baawari si ho gayi
uske hothon ki hansi jaane kahaan thi kho gayi
uske mukh par thi udaasi aankhon mein tha paani
chanda ki doli mein thi ek pariyo ki rani

[yahaan tak toh thi pari ki hamaari
ek si kahani
lekin is ke baad
hum hum hain
aur pari . . .]

pairon me ghunguru tabhi baandh kar
kuchh mor nache jo us ke liye
pairon me ghunguru tabhi baandh kar
kuchh mor nache jo us ke liye
wo hans padi
usne heere sabhi
moron ke pankho pe jadva diye
wo hans padi
usne heere sabhi
moron ke pankho pe jadva diye
tab se yahaan
har mor ke pankho pe 
uski hai nishaani

chanda ki doli mein thi ek pariyo ki rani
heere ke the pankh jis ke
hai usiki ye kahani
chanda ki doli me thi ek pariyo ki rani
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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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चंदा की डोली में थी एक पारियों की रानी
हीरे के थे पंख जिसके
है उसी की ये कहानी
चंदा की डोली में थी एक पारियों की रानी
हीरे के थे पंख जिसके
है उसी की ये कहानी
चंदा की डोली में थी एक पारियों की रानी

एक दिन वो परी बावरी सी हो गई
उसके होठों की हंसी जाने कहाँ थी खो गई
एक दिन वो परी बावरी सी हो गई
उसके होठों की हंसी जाने कहाँ थी खो गई
उसके मुख पर थी उदासी आँखों में था पानी
चंदा की डोली में थी एक पारियों की रानी

[यहाँ तक तो थी
परी की हमारी एक सी कहानी
लेकिन इसके बाद
हम हम हैं
और परी॰ ॰ ॰]

पैरों में घुंघरू तभी बांध कर
कुछ मोर नाचे जो उस के लिए
पैरों में घुंघरू तभी बांध कर
कुछ मोर नाचे जो उस के लिए
वो हंस पड़ी
उसने हीरे सभी
मोरों के पंखों ओए जड़वा दिये
वो हंस पड़ी
उसने हीरे सभी
मोरों के पंखों ओए जड़वा दिये
तब से यहाँ
हर मोर के पंखों पर
है उसी की कहानी

चंदा की डोली में थी एक पारियों की रानी
हीरे के थे पंख जिसके
है उसी की ये कहानी
चंदा की डोली में थी एक पारियों की रानी


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 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.

Hullo to all in Atuldom

Today we will have a song from the 1957 L.V. Prasad directed Meena Kumari- Raj Kapoor- Shyama starrer ‘Sharada’ – written as ‘Shaarda’ by Atulji in the ‘List-of songs-moviewise’. It is mentioned as ‘Sharada’ in the filmography of Meena Kumari (a rule in English grammar says that proper nouns can be written with any spelling, specially there is no right or wrong spellings as far as Indian words are concerned).

The movie had ten songs with “Raghupati Raaghav Raaja Ram” being a multi-part or multi-version song. Atulji posted the first song from this movie in 2009 – “Lehraaye Jiya Balkhaaye Jiya”   a song sung by Asha Bhonsle and picturised on Shyama. And Atul ji opened that post with these lines.

I thought that I had posted songs from “Sharada” in the past. It turns out that I was confusing “Sharada” with “Sadhana”. Yes, those days we had movies with names like “Sharada”, “Sadhana”, “Kalpana” etc which were also the names of some well-known actresses. Incidentally, the actress with the same name was nowhere to be found in these movies.

The next song to posted on the blog was “Chaahe Zindagi Se Kitna Bhi Bhaag Re“. This was a philosophical song and in his write up with the song Atul ji has mentioned that he was surprised about the company that Raj Kapoor had in this movie namely Meena Kumari heroine, Rajinder Krishan as lyricist and C Ramachandra for music. There have been two more songs since then “Jap Jap Jap Jap Jap Re” and “Raghupati Raaghav Raaja Ram” . This means that it is exactly two years since the last song from the movie was posted.

It is a known fact that Ramchandra Chitalkar mostly used Lata Mangeshkar for his requirements of female voice. But recently I gained knowledge that he has used other singers too. Last month there was this meet of RMIM in Bangalore and at the invitation of our Gajendra Khanna ji I attended it primarily because the focus was to be on C Ramachandra on his birth centenary year. This was a meet of like-minded music aficionados from all parts of India. I felt like a trivial creature in the midst of people who boasted of knowledge about Chitalkar. The feeling of triviality was further compounded when I heard about how people were passionate about their collections of vinyl records, pamphlets of movies, articles about films etc. (A detailed report on the meet is awaited from the master of ceremonies of that event – Gajendra Khanna ji). It was there, at the meet, that I learnt that he has used other female singers too.

Today’s song has Chaandbala, Shamshad Begum and Asha Bhonsle as singers. The song is a stage song. It has Anita Guha playing a dominating wife to a timid husband. There is Agha peeping from behind the sidelines. I would love to know who is the artist – the one lip syncing the lines about the “Lala being a Joru Ka Ghulam”- for whom Asha Bhonsle has given her voice. I would love to know who is playing the timid husband.

I am sure all the regular followers of the blog would have guessed where I am headed. Why I have chosen this particular song and music director. This is my humble gift to the Mahaan fan of C. Ramchandra in our midst.

On the occasion of our Guruji’s birthday let us wish him lots of fun and joy, music and entertainment. I thank the Almighty that he is with us for guiding us through this musical journey of ours, and pray that this journey together continues on and on and . . .

Wish you a very happy Birthday, Guru ji

P.S: please throw some light on the singers of this song specially Chandbala.

Song – Bhaagwaan Zara Dheere Bol (Sharada) (1957) Singers – Asha Bhosle, Shamshad Begum, Chaandbala, Lyrics – Rajendra Krishan, MD – C Ramchandra

Lyrics

ye subah subah kya karte aap
bhaagwaan geeta ka jaap
kyon re nikhattu
bhaade ke tattu
aur nahi koi tujhko kaam
jab dekho ye pustak lekar
japta hai tu ram naam 
ari bhaagwaan
naam ram ka lena to koi paap nahi hai
paki pakai dene wala
ghar me koi tera bap nahi hai

bhaagwaan zara dheere bol
ari bhaagwaan zara dheere bol
kya mai ooncha bol rahi hoon
baat baat me zehar na ghol 
main to amrit ghol rahi hoon
ye amrit hai to ja la de ek zahar ka pyala
ye amrit hai to ja la de ek zahar ka pyala
arre main nahin vidhva hone wali tere kahe se lala
main nahin vidhva hone wali tere kahe se lala
bol ko pehle apne tol
main to moti rol rahi hoon
bhagwaan zara dheere bol
kya mai ooncha bol rahi hoon

kyon bhai lala sundar lala
kaho aajkal kya hai haal
biwi ke haathon bezaar
mar gaye jeete ji hum yaar
chup baithun to wo naraaz
bol padoon to sataynash 
yaar kahi se la de mujhko
tola bhar affyum
sukh saans miley jo chhoote
ye htayaari joon 

dekh lo ye joru ka ghulam dekh lo
dekh lo ye joru ka ghulam dekh lo
mardon ko karey badnam dekh lo
mardon ko karey badnam dekh lo
dekh lo ye joru ka ghulam dekh lo
dekh lo ye joru ka ghulam dekh lo

aaurat se ye maar khaaye
haath utha na paaye
aaurat se ye maar khaaye
haath utha na paaye
to bolo bhaiya kaahe duniya me tum aaye
to bolo bhaiya kaahe duniya me tum aaye

dekhna ho to ye bhola ram dekh lo
dekhna ho to ye bhola ram dekh lo
mardon ko karey badnam dekh lo
dekh lo ye joru ka ghulam dekh lo

are tu hovat bhai kaahe udaas
jab kah hi gaye kavi tulsidas
par lalle ki maa ne bhaiya
padhi nhai ramayan
padhi jo hoti kaahe mere
peechhe padti daayan

to suno bataaun ek tarqeeb
ho jaaoge dang
hing lagey na fitkari
aur chokha aaye rang

kyon re nikhattu
bhaade ke tattu
ho tera satyanash
bol ye tere munh se kaisi
aaj aa rahi baas
hum to aaj chadhaa ke aaye
pee ke aur pila ke aaye
arre bol kahaan se pee ke aaya
ye na samjhna chori ki hai
tere baba ke sang pi hai
leta hai mere baap ka naam 
tera baba badaa sharaabi
mera baba
haan
tera baba badaa kabaabi
mera baba
haan
tera baba
mera baba
tera baba
tera baba
tera baba tera baba
tera baba tera baba

kya ho gaya in ko haaye ram
badal gaye din bhagwaan

bol tu dheere bolegi
bolungi
bol tu dheere bolegi
haan bolungi
zahar kabhi phir gholegi
na na amrit gholungi

kshama karo mere swami mujhko
kshama karo mere swami mujhko
bol ko pehle tolungi
sada hi moti rolungi
sada hi dheere bolungi
haan sada hi dheere bolungi
sada hi dheere bolungi
haan sada hi dheere bolungi
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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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ये सुबह सुबह क्या करते आप
भागवान गीत का जाप
क्यों रे निखट्टू
भाड़े के टट्टू
और नहीं कोई तुझको काम
जब देखो ये पुस्तक लेकर
जपता है तू राम नाम
अरी भागवान
नाम राम का लेना कोई पाप नहीं है
पकी पकाई देने वाला
घर में कोई तेरा बाप नहीं है

भागवान ज़रा धीरे बोल
अरी भागवान ज़रा धीरे बोल
क्या मैं ऊंचा बोल रही हूँ
बात बात में जहर ना घोल
मैं तो अमृत घोल रही हूँ
ये अमृत है तो जा ला दे एक जहर का प्याला
ये अमृत है तो जा ला दे एक जहर का प्याला
अरे मैं नहीं विधवा होने वाली तेरे कहे से लाला
मैं नहीं विधवा होने वाली तेरे कहे से लाला
बोल को अपने पहले तोल
मैं तो मोती रोल रही हूँ
भागवान ज़रा धीरे बोल
क्या मैं ऊंचा बोल रही हूँ

क्यों भई सुंदर लाला
कहो आज कल क्या है हाल
बीवी के हाथों बेज़ार
मर गए जीते जी हम यार
चुप बैठूँ तो वो नाराज़
बोल पड़ूँ तो सत्यानास
यार कहीं से ला दे मुझको
तोला भर अफफ़्यूम
सुख सांस मिले तो छूटे
ये हत्यारी जून

देख लो ये जोरू का ग़ुलाम देख लो
देख लो ये जोरू का ग़ुलाम देख लो
मर्दों को करे बदनाम देख लो
मर्दों को करे बदनाम देख लो
देख लो ये जोरू का ग़ुलाम देख लो
देख लो ये जोरू का ग़ुलाम देख लो

औरत से ये मार खाये
हाथ उठा नहीं पाये
औरत से ये मार खाये
हाथ उठा नहीं पाये
तो बोलो भैया काहे दुनिया में तुम आए
तो बोलो भैया काहे दुनिया में तुम आए

देखना हो तो ये भोला राम देख लो
देखना हो तो ये भोला राम देख लो
मर्दों को करे बदनाम देख लो
देख लो ये जोरू का ग़ुलाम देख लो

अरे तू होवार भाई काहे उदास
जब कह ही गए कवि तुलसीदास
पर लल्ले की माँ ने भैया
पढ़ी नहीं रामायण
पढ़ती जो होती काहे मेरे
पीछे पड़ती डायन

क्यों रे निखट्टू
भाड़े के टट्टू
हो तेरा सत्यानास
बोल ये तेरे मुंह से कैसी
आज आ रही बास
हम तो आज चढ़ा के आए
पी के और पिला के आए
अरे बोल कहाँ से पी के आया
ये ना समझना चोरी की है
तेरे बाबा के संग पी है
लेता है मेरे बाप का नाम
तेरा बाबा बड़ा शराबी
मेरा बाबा
हाँ
तेरा बाबा बड़ा कबाबी
मेरा बाबा
हाँ
तेरा बाबा
मेरा बाबा
तेरा बाबा
तेरा बाबा
तेरा बाबा तेरा बाबा
तेरा बाबा तेरा बाबा

क्या हो गया इनको हाए राम
बादल गए दिन भागवान

बोल तू धीरे बोलेगी
बोलुंगी
बोल तू धीरे बोलेगी
हाँ बोलुंगी
जहर कभी फिर घोलेगी
ना ना अमृत घोलुंगी

क्षमा करो मेरे स्वामी मुझको
क्षमा करो मेरे स्वामी मुझको
बोल को पहले टोलुंगी
सदा ही मोती रोलुंगी
सदा ही धीरे बोलुंगी
हाँ सदा ही धीरे बोलुंगी
सदा ही धीरे बोलुंगी
हाँ सदा ही धीरे बोलुंगी


This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, 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.

Hullo atuldom

Hope all fine here.

Today (8 june 2017) I am posting a song which falls right in the category of “How come this is not yet posted?!?!” But that is how this blog of ours (Atul’s) is. Even after 13300 songs we still have songs for the “How come” category.

This song features a girl/ lady/ actress/ heroine – call her by any name – who turns a year older today. She turns 60. Only 60!!!! But we get a feeling that she has been around for years. Why? Because she made her in 1973, meaning she was all of 16. Then what did she do? She just showed her back on the industry and went on to marry the reigning superstar of the times. As if that was not enough she went on to mother a beautiful baby when she was barely 17. And then one more baby later she decided to make a comeback into films and the audiences just received her with open arms, a full twelve years after her debut. And she won the filmfare award for best actress in both these films. I know I don’t need to tell that I am talking of Dimple Kapadia.

She was the eldest born to Betty and Chunnibhai Kapadia. She married superstar Rajesh Khanna six months before the release (28th September 1973) of Bobby her debut film. She returned to films in 1985 with Ramesh Sippy’s “Saagar” which had Rishi Kapoor as her co-star (once again, Bobby starred the two together.) She is an actress who has had opportunity to work with a few fathers and their sons. Vinod Khanna was her co-star in “Insaaf” in the 80s and Akshaye Khanna was her co-star in “Dil Chahta Hai” (2001); while Dharamendra was her co-star in “Batwara” and “Mast Kalandar” his son has acted with Dimple in umpteen movies like “Manzil Manzil”; “Arjun” & “Aag Ka Gola”.

She has had a few heroine centric roles in her career. I distinctly remember her introduction scene in “Bobby” – she opens the door to Raj (Rishi Kapoor) with batter flowing in her hands and streaking her forehead when she pushes an errant strand of hair away. It has been related in various interviews and writeups that Raj Kapoor was inspired for this from the way he himself saw Nargis for the first time ever way back in the 40s.

Today’s song is from “Bobby” which was a story of two teenagers from different classes who fall in love. The introduction scene happens when the rich man’s son Raj goes to meet his governess Mrs. Braganza (Durga Khote). Bobby is her granddaughter. Love blossoms between the two but the rich father resents this accuses the girls’s father-Prem Nath- of using his daughter to trap a rich Raj etc. The lovers then elope, try to commit suicide but are saved by Pran-the rich man; and Prem Nath. And all ends well. In the course of this simple love tory the movie had eight songs of which we have only three on this blog. Here is the 4th. It is written by Anand BakshiVithal Bhai Patel and Laxmi- Pyare were the music directors; playback was by Shailendra Singh and Lata Mangeshkar.


Song – Jhoothh bole kauwwa kaate (Bobby) (1973) Singers – Lata, Shailendra Singh, Lyrics – Vithalbhai Patel, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

jhoothh bole kauwa kaate
kaale kauve se dariyo
main maike chali jaaungi
tum dekhte rahiyo
main maike chali jaaungi
tum dekhte rahiyo
arre jhoothh bole
jhoothh bole kauwa kaate
kaale kauve se dariyo
main maike chali jaaungi
tum dekhte rahiyo
main maike chali jaaungi
tum dekhte rahiyo

tu maike chali jaayegi
main danda lekar aaunga
main danda lekar aaunga

tu danda lekar aayega
main kunwe mein gir jaaungi
main kunwe mein gir jaaungi
main rassi se khichwaaunga
main ped pe chadh jaaungi
main aari se katwaaunga
pyaar kare aari chalwaaye,
aise aashiq se dariyo
main maike chali jaaungi
tum dekhte rahiyo
main maike chali jaaungi
tum dekhte rahiyo
arre jhoothh bole kauwa kaate
kaale kauve se dariyo
main maike chali jaaungi
tum dekhte rahiyo
main maike chali jaaungi
tum dekhte rahiyo

tu maike chali jaayegi
main dooja byaah rachaaunga
main dooja byaah rachaaunga

tu dooja byaah rachaayega
haaye meri sautan laayega
main maike nahin jaaungi
main maike nahin jaaungi
main maike nahin jaaungi
re maike nahin jaaungi
arre tere sadke jaaungi re
maike nahin jaaungi
main saaton vachan nibhaaungi
re maike nahin jaaungi
arre maike nahi jaaungi
re maike nahi jaaungi

jhoothh bole kauwa kaate
kaale kauve se darriyo
main teri sautan laaunga
tum dekhti rahiyo
main teri sautan laaunga
tum dekhti rahiyo

jhoot bole kauwa kaate
kaale kauve se darriyo
main maike nahi jaaungi
tum dekhte rahiyo
main maike nahi jaaungi
tum dekhte rahiyo

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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झूठ बोले कौवा काटे
काले कौवे से डरिओ
मैं मैके चली जाऊँगी
तुम देखते रहिओ
मैं मैके चली जाऊँगी
तुम देखते रहिओ
अरे झूठ बोले कौवा काटे
काले कौवे से डरिओ
मैं मैके चली जाऊँगी
तुम देखते रहिओ
मैं मैके चली जाऊँगी
तुम देखते रहिओ

तू मैके चली जाएगी
मैं डंडा लेकर आऊँगा
मैं डंडा लेकर आऊँगा
तू डंडा लेकर आएगा
मैं कूँए में गिर जाऊँगी
मैं कूँए में गिर जाऊँगी
मैं रस्सी से खिचवाऊंगा
मैं पेड़ पे चढ़ जाऊँगी
मैं आरी से कटवाऊंगा
प्यार करे आरी चलवाये
ऐसे आशिक से डरिओ
मैं मैके चली जाऊँगी
तुम देखते रहिओ
मैं मैके चली जाऊँगी
तुम देखते रहिओ
अरे झूठ बोले कौवा काटे
काले कौवे से डरिओ
मैं मैके चली जाऊँगी
तुम देखते रहिओ
मैं मैके चली जाऊँगी
तुम देखते रहिओ

तू मैके चली जाएगी
मैं दूजा ब्याह रचाऊंगा
मैं दूजा ब्याह रचाऊंगा
तू दूजा ब्याह रचाएगा
हाए मेरी सौतन लाएगा
मैं मैके नहीं जाऊँगी
मैं मैके नहीं जाऊँगी
मैं मैके नहीं जाऊँगी
रे मैके नहीं जाऊँगी
अरे तेरे सदक़े जाऊँगी
रे मैके नहीं जाऊँगी
मैं सातों वचन निभाऊँगी
रे मैके नहीं जाऊँगी
मैं मैके नहीं जाऊँगी
मैं मैके नहीं जाऊँगी

झूठ बोले कौवा काटे
काले कौवे से डरिओ
मैं तेरी सौतन लाऊँगा
तुम देखती रहियो
मैं तेरी सौतन लाऊँगा
तुम देखती रहियो
झूठ बोले कौवा काटे
काले कौवे से डरिओ
मैं मैके नहीं जाऊँगी
तुम देखते रहिओ
मैं मैके नहीं जाऊँगी
तुम देखते रहिओ


This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, 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.

Hullo to all atulwaale

I am desperately trying to stop myself from writing anything in praise of Sunil Dutt (6 june 1929- 25 may 2005). I am trying to avoid writing anything that is already written here on the blog or anywhere else in the cyber world.

I will not write that he was born Balraj Dutt in June 1928 in Jhelum of Punjab. We all know that when he was 18 and Partition of India happened, a Muslim, his father’s friend, saved his entire family and they settled in Yamuna Nagar which is in Haryana today. (I must confess here that I didn’t know this about Sunil Dutt and this info I got courtesy Wikipedia).

What we all, also know, is that on shifting to Bombay he took up a job in BEST undertaking during his undergraduate days and later worked in the Hindi service of Radio Ceylon. So, without telling anything about “Railway Platform” 1955 I will move on to say that he was a very handsome and tall enough to make any girl swoon even when he was a dacoit- remember “Mujhe Jeene Do”, “Heera” and “Badle Ki Aag”. I was a fan of his lawyer character from “Waqt” and Bhola of “Padosan” especially when Kishore Kumar tries to teach him the “Do-Re-Mi” of Indian music oops I mean “Sa-Re-GA-Ma-Pa”. And oh, yes, I cannot even forget Hari Prasad Sharma father of Murli Prasad Sharma in “Munnabhai M.B.B.S”. “Munnabhai M.B.B.S.” was his last release; which came ten years after “Kshatriya”.

Today (6 june 2017) on the occasion of his 88th birth-date (he would have been 88) here is a song from “Zindagi Zindagi” (1972). This movie had seven songs, all written by Anand Bakshi and S.D. Burman was the music director.

The first song was posted on 29th august 2008. Atulji posted the next song the very next day. The third song came a full four years later. And the fourth came last year, another four-year gap.

Today’s song was posted on facebook by a friend of mine on 25th May on the occasion of his death anniversary, the same one who keeps giving me quizzes on C. Ramachandra songs after he hears them on Vividh Bharathi’s Bhoole Bisre Geet. I must thank him for introducing me to this song which has a very good message in it. I loved it on hearing hope it has the same effect on all Atulsongaday followers. Here Sunil Dutt is seen with Chhaaya Devi and a few kids.

Remembering Sunil Dutt on his birth anniversary (5 june 2017).


Song-Teri meri meri teri zaat kya hai (Zindagi Zindagi)(1972) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-S D Burman

Lyrics

Teri zaat kya hai
meri zaat kya hai
teri meri meri teri zaat kya hai
haan
o meri zaat kya hai
samajh ka hai pher
aur baat kya hai
samajh ka hai
haan re bhai
samajh ka hai pher
aur baat kya hai
teri zaat kya hai
ha ha
o meri zaat kya hai

bade bade logon ne chhoti si baat na jaani
bade bade logon ne chhoti si baat na jaani
ganga ka ho ya kunwe ka
paani toh hai paani
re bhai paani
re bhai paani
bade bade logon ne chhoti si baat na jaani
ganga ka ho ya kunwe ka
paani toh hai paani
waah ri duniya deewaani
jhagda jahaan mein din raat kya hai
jhagda jahaan mein din raat kya hai he
teri zaat kya hai
ha ha
ho meri zaat kya hai

chhote aadmi ka chhota kaahe ko hai naam
chhote aadmi ka chhota kaahe ko hai naam
bade aadmi ke hote hain kya chaar paanv
chaar paanv chaar paanv
chhote aadmi ka chhota kaahe ko hai naam
bade aadmi ke hote hain kya chaar paanv
ho bada sheher chhota gaanv chhota gaanv
ye bhedbhav chhootchhaat kya hai
ye bhedbhaav chhootchhaat kya hai he
teri zaat kya hai
ha ha
ho meri zaat kya hai

jisne jaise ghar mein
jaise kul mein janam paayaa
jisne jaise ghar mein
jaise kul mein janam paayaa
waisa naam waisa kaam waisa dharam paayaa
re bhai paaya
re bhai paaya
jisne jaise ghar mein
jaise kul mein janam payaa
waisa naam waisa kaam waisa dharam paayaa
maan
ye toone hi sikhaaya
marzi prabhu ki
apne haath kya hai
marzi prabhu ki
apne haath kya hai he
teri zaat kya hai
aan
ho meri zaat kya hai
hai teri meri meri teri
meri meri meri teri


This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, 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.

hullo to all Atulwaasis

May-June is the time when Indians or more importantly students and their parents are at their jitteriest. These are the months that the Indian education system has chosen to declare results of exams held in the months of February-March. Exams that puts the knowledge gained by students through the year to test. The students are required to revise everything learnt; in a year; in about a month of study leave (we as students had study leave of a month, I would love to know of the current scenario) and pour out everything in about 2½ to 3 hours; on to an answer sheet and then pray that what they have answered fetches them marks that are enough to get them further in life.

So, over the last two days, two of the boards that conduct these exams, declared the results of students of class 10 and class 12. And I congratulate every single child who had appeared and cleared these exams; I know that it is very tough on them to live up to expectations of all kinds; from all and sundry. If not external pressures then the children themselves will be aiming for particular goals and get themselves into all kinds of knots & tangles. So, the last two days have seen the result of all the hard work put in by the students and their teachers and sacrifices made by the parents- who would have given up their favourite outings etc, In the run up to the exams the mothers would have been omnipresent with cups of tea and coffee & mid night snacks. The last two days have shown them the fruits of their labour. Congratulations to all those involved with the students.

This morning I had a few stray thoughts which I shared on the WhatsApp group of atulites. I was wondering if the generation of kids are super-kids or there has been a drastic change in the marking system as the number of students passing out is nearly 97% and many of the students have scored above 80% & 90%. I clearly remember when I had passed out of class 10 the first ranker in my school had scored close to 88% and had done well in class 12 too to enable her to get admission in a college of repute and today she is a doctor. But the overall pass percent was never more than 70%. Things seem to changed quietly over the years I suppose and we on the group were trying to zero in on what has changed- attitudes towards exams, marking system, and approach as a whole- I think; I am open for being proved wrong.

All this discussion reminded me of a slightly popular song of the 90s. It is from Ram Gopal Varma’s first Hindi film -Shiva- which was a remake of his first Telugu film of the same name. The movie was also Nagarjuna’s -son of Nageshwara Rao- first Hindi release. It also starred Amala and Raj Zutshi along with Paresh Rawal and a whole bunch of Southern stars.

The movie was basically showcasing the happenings in a college and how local goons interfere in college elections etc (this I am relating from what little I have seen of the movie.) But the song that accompanies this post has stayed in my head. I tried to find out who the lyricist was but failed- must be someone who has encountered the March/ September exams of the past!! The song has the spirit of the times when we used to bunk class to see a movie etc.

In my quest to find the lyricist I saw the opening sequence of the movie and found that the makers have thanked “the students and staff of agricultural university, Rajendra Nagar, Hyderabad.” (Any idea why I have particularly pointed this out?) Illayaraja is credited with the music direction and singers as far as I can recognise are Udit Narayan and S.Janaki; some sites mention S P Balasubramaniam and some suggest Suresh Wadkar. But whoever the singer the song is enjoyable.


Song- Botany chhodenge matinee dekhenge (Shiva)(1990) Singers-Udit Narayan, S Janaki, Lyrics-Akmal Hyderabadi, MD-Illaiyaraja
Unknown male voice
Chorus

Lyrics

botany chhodenge
matinee dekhenge
hai kya khayal boliye
history lecture hai
mystery picture hai
donon mein vote dijiye
botany lesson hai bore hai jaani
history murdon ki hai kahaani

arre geeton ki fighton ki film dekho
break dance disco dance milke naacho
jagde jagde
jagde jagde ja
jagde jagde
jagde jagde ja
jagde jagde
jagde jagde ja
jagde jagde
jagde jagde ja

sar pe murge ki dum
raat din hosh gum
college ka heero hai ye
fashion mein joker hai
luchan mein lofar hai
padhne mein zeero hai ye
itraata yoon jaise james bond hai
james bond kaahe ka
ye toh bhaand hai
pose aise jaise sikandar hai ye
sikandar kahaan ka
ye bandar hai ye

jagde jagde
jagde jagde ja
jagde jagde
jagde jagde ja
jagde jagde
jagde jagde ja
jagde jagde
jagde jagde ja

march ka socho toh
imtihaan bolo to
thande paseene
(abe chup
Gaana hai toh sur main gaa varna mat ga
March ka socho toh are sur main pleeease)
march ka socho toh
imtihaan bolo to
thande paseene chale
arre koi to samjhaao
itna to batlaao
hain kaun raste bhale
kaahe ko hairan hai bhole raaja
ek raasta hai main dikhlaaunga
arre kaahe ko september bhoola hai tu
supplementary ka shahenshah hai tu

(ye kya ho raha hai
imtihaan sar par hai
tum log naach rahe ho
chalo class mein)

baap re dekh udhar
aa gaya hai lecturer
daanta hai aa ke yaar ye
arre ye kahaan se aa pahucha
kyu hua villan jaisa
cheekhta hai baar baar ye

shaayad ye khaana na khaaya hoga
biwi se lad bhid ke aaya hoga
gussa hami per utaarega ye
kahega ke future sanwaarega ye

jagde jagde jagde jagde ja
jagde jagde jagde jagde ja
jagde jagde
jagde jagde ja
jagde jagde
jagde jagde ja

maths par dhyaan de
maximum marks le
ye sure subject hai

taak dhina din
dhina din
taak dhina din
dhina din
taak dhina din
dhinaka dhina taa

baaton se door ja
kitaabon ke paas aa
phir rank bhi first hai

taak dhina din
dhina din
taak dhina din
dhina din
taak dhina din
dhinaka dhina taa

arey kya baat kar rahi ho memsab
anpadh ganwaar aur jahil yaha
kismat se laakhon kamaye miya
bsc bcom karke yahaan bane jaa ke
daftar mein chaprasiyaan
(tub hi humko lecture dene laga hai
Gadbad kyon
jo log matinee jaana matinee jao
Jo log botany jaana botany jao
Jhagda kyon
Ye baat na bete)
jagde jagde
jagde jagde ja
jagde jagde
jagde jagde ja
jagde jagde
jagde jagde ja
jagde jagde
jagde jagde ja


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 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.

Here is a song from Muqaddar Ka Sikandar. It is written by Anjaan and Kalyanji Anandji are the music directors. It is sung by Asha Bhonsle, Mahendra Kapoor and Lata Mangeshkar.

This movie had great songs. All Eight of them. But a lousy story line (I can see a whole lot of Atulites chuckling right Rajaji?)

We have covered five songs from the movie so this should be the sixth. This song occurs immediately after Amitabh has sent a love note to Rakhee. He being illiterate has got it written by Vinod Khanna. Now because it is in Vinod Khanna’s writing, Rakhee thinks it is a love note from Vinod Khanna. To make matters worse Amitabh Bachchan has not delivered it himself. He has asked a roadside boy to deliver it to the MEMSAAB staying in the opposite house. So, you see he has neither written it nor personally delivered it, then how will poor Rakhee know who has sent it. She goes through some documents that Vinod Khanna has been writing for her dad compares the writing and concludes that Vinod Khanna is in love with her; which is also true. To further confuse matters Vinod Khanna doesn’t know that Amitabh Bachchan is in love with Rakhee. He only knows that Amitabh Bachchan is in love and he addresses his love as MEMSAAB. So how will know he is treading on someone else’s territory?

Now let us twist the story further (hey Raam!!! Prakash Mehra what were you thinking when you wrote this story!!!) As soon as she got the letter Rakhee very happily sings “Dil toh Hai Dil” and both the heroes think it is for them. So promptly they decide to take her out on a date. Only thing is Amitabh Bachchan reaches the venue after the other two and realizes that there is an encroacher on his territory. Hmm, feel like pulling my hair out. But as a youngster in school I first fell in love with the songs. And subsequently saw the movie many times (but only on TV never in the theatre)

As if all this was not enough we have an Amjad Khan-Rekha angle in this story. She loves Amitabh Bachchan and Amjad loves her, and when they are dyingAmjad realizes Amitabh never loved Rekha (in the movie)and it was a waste of a life– Rekha’s dying.

So here we have a song which has Rakhee desperately trying to look young and boisterous and to top it she is also trying to dance a western dance I amstill trying to make out if its waltz or disco or khisco!!!! Through the movie, she is sari clad trying to look mature and here this getup make a buffoon out of her. Why oh why did she agree to subject herself and us to this torture???

I am unable to recognize the dancer who starts the song I think PCji will be of help here.

It is about eight years since the death of the maker of this Amitabh classic passed away-yes, it is nowadays considered to be a classic as the songs are still on the publics favourite-song list. And anything remotely old is termed a classic.

17 may 2017 is the eighth death anniversary of Shri Prakash Mehra (13 july 1939- 17 may 2009) who gave a new lease of life to Amitabh’s career in 1973 with “Zanjeer”. He began his career in bollywood as production controller and switched to being a director from Shashi Kapoor starrer “Haseena Maan Jayegi” in 1968. He was one of the specialists in “Masala Genre” His collaboration with the actor Amitabh Bachchan resulted in several box office blockbusters and classics, due to which Mehra was considered among the ‘Golden Directors’ of his time.

Remembering Prakash Mehra and thanking him for all the entertainment that he gave us.

Ed:-And this turns out to be the eighth and final song from “Muqaddar Ka Sikandar”(1978). so finally MKS (as we people newly familiar with the MKS system of units used to describe this movie) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Pyaar zindagi hai (Muqaddar Ka Sikandar)(1978) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Mahendra Kapoor, Lata, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Kalyanji Anandji
Mahendra Kapoor + Lata
All

Lyrics

Love
Haan
{Hey man, this is ??
You Like it
then why don’t you come and join
lover’s paradise}

hahahaha
hahaahaha
aaah

pyaar zindagi hai
pyaar bandagi hai
bandagi hai
yahalla yahalla
oo yaallah
oo yahalla yahalla
oo yaallah

pyaar se pyaar karo
ye umr pyaar ki hai
pyaar se pyaar karo
ye umr pyaar ki hai
pyaar bina kya jeena
ye bhi koi zindagi hai
pyaaar zindagi hai
o pyaaar bandagi hai
bandagi hai

yahalla yahalla
o yaallah
oo yahalla yahalla
o yaallah

pyaar karam pyaar dua
pyaar sitam pyaar wafa
pyaar se juda to yahaan koi nahin koi nahin
pyaar khushi pyaar nasha
kya wo nazar kya wo ada
ho kisi ka pyaar mein jo
koi nahin koi nahin
dil ko laga ke dekho
pyaar mein kya khushi hai
dil ko laga ke dekho
pyaar mein kya khushi hai
pyaar bina kya jeena
ye bhi koi zindagi hai
pyaar zindagi hai
o pyaar bandagi hai
bandagi hai
yahalla yahalla
o yaallah
oo yahalla yahalla
oyaallah

door rahe paas rahe
dil mein teri pyaas rahe
tere liye main hoon
tu hai mere liye
mere liye
pyaar sanam
pyaar khuda
yaar kabhi ho na juda
yaar bina koi yahaan
kaise jiye kaise jiye
baahon mein yaarke hi
duniya bahaar ki hai
o baahon mein yaar ke hi
duniya bahaar ki hai
pyaar bina kya jina
ye bhi koi zindagi hai

pyaaar zindagi hai
pyaar bandagi hai
bandagi hai

yallayalla
o yaallah
yallayalla
o yaallah

dekh hamen koi jaley
koi jaley
haath maley
tu jo mere saath chale
logon se kyadarna yahaan
pyaar yahaan jo na kare
khaak jiye khaak mare
yaar mere tere liye
jeena yahaan marna yahaan
mar ke bhi na mite jo
ye woh deewaangi hai
mar ke bhi na mite jo
ye woh deewaanagi hai
pyaar bina kya jeena
ye bhi koi zindagi hai

pyaar zindagi hai
o pyaar bandagi hai
bandagi hai

yahalla yahalla
o yaallah
yahalla yahalla
o yaallah

pyaar se pyaar karo
ye umr pyaar ki hai
ye umr pyaar ki hai
pyaar bina kya jeena
ye bhi koi zindagi hai
ye bhi koi zindagi hai

yalla yalla
ooyaallah,
yallayalla
ooyaallah
yallayalla
ooyaallah
yallayalla
ooyaallah
yallayalla
yallayalla
yallayalla
pyaar pyaar pyaar pyaar pyaar


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 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.

Today (10 may 2017) is the third anniversary of passing away of character actor Sudhir (10 May, 2014).

Now the last I had seen him in a movie was in ‘Jhoom Barabar Jhoom’ in 2007 in a blink and miss role. Then we had also seen him in movies like ‘Dulhe Raja’ (1998) in a slightly less brief role with some comic timing thrown in. Prior to this I can remember him in Shahrukh Khan’s ‘Baadshah’ (1999) where also he had some comedy in the situation of his character. In the interim he was also seen in a few television serials. But of course if someone asked me who Sudhir was I can say that he was the smart guy (smarter than Dev Anand if I am allowed to say) in ‘Gambler’ (1971) who sits besides the heroine, Zahida, in the song “Dil Aaj Shaayar Hai Gham Aaj Naghma Hai“. But I had no material at hand to write about Sudhir. For example, I didn’t know where he was from etc. He played characters that were always behind the scenes in many of his movies like ‘Shareef Badmash’ (1973) etc. I checked online and found that his real name was Bhagwandas Mulchand Luthria. I also learnt that he is uncle to Milan Luthria who has made a few movies in recent times. Then on further googling I also saw that he had produced a movie or two (according to IMDB.com). It seems he was also an assistant director.  But nothing more that would stand out so I am leaving it to our experts in Atuldom to fill about this character artiste.

[Ed Note: Please see the post for the song “Na Maano To Koi Shikaayat Nahin” from film ‘Ustad 420’ (1969), as well as the comments therein. The comments plus the post provide a fairly detailed bio sketch of the character actor Sudhir.]

Today’s song is from the film ‘Poonam’ (1981), directed by Harmesh Malhotra, starring Raj Babbar & Poonam Dhillon with Shakti Kapoor, Madan Puri, Pinchoo Kapoor, Kalpana Iyer and all the required mother, friends and grey characters that family drama movies need to stop the lovers from getting married the minute they fall in love. The song is in the divine voice of Mohd. Rafi. It is written by Anjaan and Anu Malik was the music director. (This was one of Anu Malik’s first movies.)

[Full Song]

[Short Reprise]

Song – Laagi Lag Jaaye Logo, Lagaai Nahin Jaaye (Poonam) (1981) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Lyrics – Anjaan, MD – Anu Malik
Chorus

Lyrics

laagi lag jaaye..e..e logo
lagaayee..ee nahin jaaye re
ye agan lag jaaye to
bujhaai nahin jaaye re

laagi lag jaye logo
lagaayee..ee nahin jaaye re
ye agan lag jaaye to
bujhaai nahin jaaye re

beliya beliya
beliya beliya
ho o dil tera
kisi ne le liya

jab ye bachpan kahin door jaane lagey
rut jawaani ki ye paas aane lagey
dil ki dhadkan naye geet gaane lagey
saans nagme naye gungunaane lagey
bin piye ye kadam dagmagane lagey
bin piyeyeh kadam dagmagane lagey
phir kisi din kahin aankh aise ladey
aankh aise ladey
saath dil le udey
jab mile dil jawaan
to shuru dastaan
do diwaane baney jism do ek jaan
yun mile dil to mil ke juda ho kahaan
yun mile dil to mil ke juda ho kahaan
ye mohabbat dilon se
mitaai nahin jaaye re
ye agan lag jaaye to
bujhaai nahin jaaye re

beliya beliya
beliya beliya
ho o dil tera
kisi ne le liya

pyaar ke rang se phir haseen ho jahaan
phoolon ki ho zameen
taron ka ho aasman
ho sharabi hawa
ho gulabi ghata
muskuraye nazar dagmagaye adaa
har kadam pe khushi har kadam pe nasha
har kadam pe khushi har kadam pe nasha
aate aate kabhi aaye phir ye ghadi
zindagi se jude
zindagi ki kadi
preet dulhan bane
lal joda saje
pyar dulha bane sar pe sehra bandhe
hath mehandi rache aur piya thaam le
hath mehandi rache aur piya thaam le
jodi ban jaaye..e..e logo
banaai nahin jaaye re
ye agan lag jaaye to
bujhaai nahin jaaye re

aa aaaa aaaaa
aa aaa aaaaaa
aa aaaa aaaaa
aa aaaa aaaaa aaaa

beliya beliya
beliya beliya
beliya beliya
beliya beliya
beliya beliya
beliya beliya

par hamesha yahaan aisa hota nahin
sunte aaye hain jo waisa hota nahin
ishq ki raah mein baarhaa ye hua
ishq ki ye dua ban gayi bad-dua
pyaar bichada kahin yaar maara gaya
pyaar bichada kahin yaar maara gaya
yaar bichade jahaan
leke tanhaaiyaan
dil se lipti hui
jalti parchhaaiyaan
phir sulagne lagey
jism ke sang jaan
aag aisi lagey
chhaaye aisa dhuaan
khaak ho jaayen jal jal ke dono jahaan
khaak ho jaayen jal jal ke dono jahaan
dil ki basti lutey to

basaayi nahin jaaye re
ye agan lag jaaye to
bujhaai nahin jaaye re
beliya beliya
beliya beliya
ho o dil tera
kisi ne le liya

laagi lag jaaye..e..e logo
lagaayi nahin jaye re
ye agan lag jaayea to
bujhaai nahin jaaye re

———————————————————-
Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
———————————————————-
लागि लग जाये॰॰ए॰॰ए लोगो
लगाई॰॰ई नहीं जाये रे
ये अगन लग जाये तो
बुझाई नहीं जाये रे

लागि लग जाये॰॰ए॰॰ए लोगो
लगाई॰॰ई नहीं जाये रे
ये अगन लग जाये तो
बुझाई नहीं जाये रे

बेलिया बेलिया
बेलिया बेलिया
हो ओ दिल तेरा
किसी ने ले लिया

जब बचपन कहीं दूर जाने लगे
रुत जवानी की ये पास आने लगे
दिल की धड़कन नए गीत गाने लगे
सांस नगमे नए गुनगुनाने लगे
बिन पिये ये कदम डगमगाने लगे
बिन पिये ये कदम डगमगाने लगे
फिर किसी दिन कहीं आँख ऐसे लड़े
आँख ऐसे लड़े
साथ दिल ले उड़े
जब मिले दिल जवान
तो शुरू दास्तान
दी दीवाने बने
जिस्म दो एक जां
यूं मिले दिल तो मिल के जुदा हो कहाँ
यूं मिले दिल तो मिल के जुदा हो कहाँ
ये मोहब्बत दिलों से
मिटाई नहीं जाये रे
ये अगन लग जाये तो
बुझाई नहीं जाये रे

बेलिया बेलिया
बेलिया बेलिया
हो ओ दिल तेरा
किसी ने ले लिया

प्यार के रंग से फिर हसीं हो जहां
फूलों की हो ज़मीन
तारों का आसमां
हो शराबी हवा
हो गुलाबी घटा
मुस्कुराए नज़र डगमगाये अदा
हर कदम पे खुशी
हर कदम पे नशा
हर कदम पे खुशी
हर कदम पे नशा
आते आते कभी आए फिर ये घड़ी
ज़िंदगी से जुड़े
ज़िंदगी की कड़ी
प्रीत दुल्हन बने
लाल जोड़ा सजे
प्यार दूल्हा बने सर पे सेहरा बंधे
हाथ मेहंदी रचे और पिया थाम ले
हाथ मेहंदी रचे और पिया थाम ले
जोड़ी बन जाये॰॰ए॰॰ए लोगो
बनाई नहीं जाये रे
ये अगन लग जाये तो
बुझाई नहीं जाये रे

आ आss आsss
आ आs आssss
आ आss आsss
आ आss आss आss

बेलिया बेलिया
बेलिया बेलिया
बेलिया बेलिया
बेलिया बेलिया
बेलिया बेलिया
बेलिया बेलिया

पर हमेशा यहाँ ऐसा होता नहीं
सुनते आए हैं जो
वैसा होता नहीं
इश्क़ की राह में बारहा ये हुआ
इश्क़ की ये दुआ बन गई बददुआ
प्यार बिछड़ा कहीं यार मारा गया
प्यार बिछड़ा कहीं यार मारा गया
यार बिछड़े जहां
लेके तनहाइयाँ
दिल से लिपटी हुई
जलती परछाइयाँ
फिर सुलगने लगे
जिस्म के संग जां
आग ऐसी लगे
छाए ऐसा धुआँ
खाक हो जाये जल जल के दोनों जहां
खाक हो जाये जल जल के दोनों जहां
दिल की बस्ती लुटे तो
बसाई नहीं जाये रे
ये अगन लग जाये तो
बुझाई नहीं जाये रे
बेलिया बेलिया
बेलिया बेलिया
हो ओ दिल तेरा
किसी ने ले लिया

लागि लग जाये॰॰ए॰॰ए लोगो
लगाई॰॰ई नहीं जाये रे
ये अगन लग जाये तो
बुझाई नहीं जाये रे


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