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Blog Day: 4267 Post No.: 15493

“Sunahri Naagin”(1963) was directed by Babubhai Mistry. The movie had Mahipal, Helen, Anwar, Pratibha, Sapru, Ulhas, Kamal Mehra, Ajit, Habib, Shyam Kumar, Ragini, Bir Sakuja, K N Singh, Sulochana, Tun Tun etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. Six of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the seventh song from “Sunahri Naagin”(1963) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Usha Mangeshkar. Farooque Kaiser is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji. I am sue that Laxmikant Pyarelal were the assistants in this movie seeing the resemblence in music with “Parasmani”(1963).

The song is picturised as a dance song on Helen who is seen performing for Anwar Hussain playing a royal. Among others in the picture, one can notice Edwina too, playing a maid standing silently.


Song-Donon haathhon se dil kyun sambhaala hai(Sunahri Naagin)(1963) Singer-Usha Mangeshkar, Lyrics-Farooque Kaiser, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

donon haathon se dil kyun sambhaala hai
donon haathon se dil kyun sambhaala hai
aaj lagta hai
aaj lagta hai kuchh hone waala hai
aaj lagta hai kuchh hone waala hai
donon haathon se dil kyun sambhaala hai

bahki bahki nazar
bahke bahke kadam
bahki bahki nazar
bahki bahki nazar
bahke bahke kadam
daal ke munh pe zulfon ko aaye hain hum
dal ke muh pe zulfon ko aaye hain hum
teri mehfil mein
teri mehfil mein humse ujaala hai
teri mehfil mein humse ujaala hai
aaj lagta hai ae
aaj lagta hai kuchh hone waala hai
donon haathon se dil kyun sambhaala hai

chupke chupke sahen kaise kaise sitam
chupke chupke sahen
chupke chupke sahen kaise kaise sitam
chain aaya na pal bhar tumhaari kasam
chain aaya na pal bhar tumhaari kasam
toone kis din ka
toone kis din ka badla nikaala hai
toone kis din ka badla nikaala hai
aaj lagta hai ae
aaj lagta hai kuch hone waala hai
donon haathon se dil kyun sambhaala hai

jaanti hoon teri saari jaadugari
jaanti hoon teri
jaanti hoon teri saari jaadugari
pyaar jhootha tera preet jhoothi teri
pyaar jhootha tera preet jhoothi teri
munh pe kahti hoon
munh pe kahti hoon dil tera kaala hai
munh pe kahti hoon dil tera kaala hai
aaj lagta hai
aaj lagta hai kuchh hone waala hai
aaj lagta hai kuchh hone waala hai
donon haathon se dil kyun sambhaala hai


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Blog Day : 4236 Post No. : 15447

“Baazi”(1968), not to be confused with the well known “Baazi”(1951) was directed by Moni Bhattacharya for Golden Films Production, Bombay. The movie had Dharmendra, Waheeda Rehman, Johnny Walker, Mehmood, Helen, Ansari, Nazir Hussain, Ullhas, Chans Usmani, Amar, Manmohan, Keshto Mukherjee, Pinchoo Kapoor etc in it.

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

Here are the details of the songs already covered in the blog:-

S N Song Song number in blog Date of posting
1 Aa mere galey lag jaa o jaane jaana 7860 9-Apr-2013
2 Pyaar ki ye baaten hamko na samjhaao 7949 21-Apr-2013
2 Ek anaar do beemaar badi mushqil hai 15143 29-July-2019
2 Dil tootaa roye nainaa 15440 17-Feb-2020

Here is the fifth and final song from “Baazi”(1968). This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Lata Mangeshkar. Shakeel Badayuni is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji.

This song is quite a remarkable song. It is picturised as a stage performance song on Helen and Waheeda Rehman. Helen plays evil queen and Waheeda Rehman her daughter. The evil queen regards herself as the prettiest female around and she would not hesitate to get prettier females killed, even if she happens to be her own daughter.

This is a very long song, more than ten minutes long. The picturisation also shows several small time actors as well.

I think that this song must be one of a kind for lyricist Shakeel Badayuni too. This must be one of the very few Helen dance songs for him.

Lata Mangeshkar had sung five female duets in the movies of 1968. Four of these duets are already covered in the blog. So, with this song, all the five female duets of Lata Mangeshkar from movies of 1968 are covered.

With this song, “Baazi”(1968) joins movies that have all their songs covered in the blog and the movie thus gets YIPPEED.

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


Song-Main haseena naazneena (Baazi)(1968) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Lata, Lyrics-Shakeel Badayuni, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

ek raaja ki sauteli raani thhi
mahal ke andar
jo kahti thhi
main hoon jag mein sabse zyaada sundar

ae mere sheeshe
kaun hai jag mein sabse zyaada sundar

Raaj kumaari
raajkumaari
teri beti
isi mahal ke andar

hahahahaha
hahahahaha

hain
ladki
chim chika chim chika chim chika chim

jaane kaun hai ye ladki
chim chika chim chika chim chika chim
soorat ki bhi hai achchi
chim chika chim chika chim chika chee
na ghabra tu ae ladki
ham hain tere saathhi
is ghar mein tu khushi se jee

ae mere sheeshe
ab bata
kaun hai jug mein sabse zyaada sundar

Rajkumaari
teri beti
rahti hai jo ab door kutiyon ke andar

seb le lo
meethhe meethhe seb le lo

kirkiti kirkiti kirkiti kir
kirkiti kirkiti kirkiti kir
kirkiti kirkiti kirkiti kir
kirkiti kirkiti kirkiti kir

ab bata ae sheeshe
kaun hai sundar

teri beti rajkumari
ab hai rajkumar ke saath

main haseena nazneena
main haseena nazneena
koi mujhsa nahin een een
koi mujhsa nahin nahin naheen
main sameena mahajabeena
main sameena mahajabeena
mujhmein kya kya nahin een een
mujhmein kya kya nahin nahin ee

main qayaamat ki pehchaan hoon
ek bijli aur toofaan hoon
main mohabbat hoon
imaan hoon
ik aashiq ka armaan hoon
jo mere paas aaye
sukoon e dil paaye
phir jaaye na wo kahin
kahin een

main haseena naazneena
koi mujhsa nahin een een
koi mujhsa nahin nahin een

main hansoon to chaman bhi khiley pyaar ki zindagi bhi miley
main jaloon to patanga jaley
maut mere kahe par chaley
nigaahon se main kheloon
arre jisko bhi main dekhoon
wo jaan de de wahin
wahin een
main sameena mahajabeena
mujhmein kya kya nahin een een
mujhme kya kya nahin
nahin een een

pyaar ki main hoon ik daastaan
mere dam se hai duniya jawaan
main nahin to bahaaren kahaan
mere bas mein hai saara jahaan

main hoon shola
main hoon shabnam
main hoon naghma
main hoon sargam
aa aa aa
jhuke hain mere aage
ye chaand aur sitaare
ye aasmaan aur zameen zameen een

o main haseena
main sameena
koi mujhsa nahin een
mujhmein kya kya nahin
nahin een

o main haseena
main sameena
koi mujhsa nahin een
mujhmein kya kya nahin
nahin een


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Blog Day : 4162 Post No. : 15332

“Gunda”(1969) was Produced by Sushil Malik and Directed by Mohammed Hussain for Smart Films, Bombay. This movie had Shaikh Mukhtar, Sujit Kumar, Jayanthi, N.A.Ansari, Sham Kumar, Bela Bose, Uma Dutt, Satish, Mumtaz Begum, Helen, Bhagwan, Shakila Bano Bhopali, Shetty, Mohan Jerry, Sharifa, Shefali, Fatima etc in it.

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

Here is the third song from “Gunda”(1969) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Shadaab is the lyricist. Music is composed by G S Kohli.

The song is picturised as an archtypical cabarat song on Helen. Shyam Kumar, Shaikh Mukhtar, Bhagwan Dada etc are also visible in the picturisation.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

Video (longer)

Audio

Song-Naam saaqi rahe baaqi tera maikhaane mein (Gunda)(1969) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Shaadaab, MD-G S Kohli

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)

laaaa….laaaaaa….laaaa..laa
laaaa…laaaaaaa……laaaa…aa aa
laaa..laaa laa laa
laalalalalalalaala…lalaa..laaaa
aa aa aa aa

naam saaqi
rahey baaqi
tera maikhaane mein
aaa aaa aaa…aaaa….aa
naam saaqi
rahey baaqi
tera maikhaane mein
tu jo maikhaane ko bhar de
mere paimaane mein
naam saaqi
rahey baaqi
tera maikhaane mein
tu jo maikhaane ko bhar de
mere paimaane mein
naam saaqi
rahey baaqi
tera maikhaane mein

pyaar se badh ke nashaa koyee nahin
duniyaa mein
zindagi iss ke siwaa
hogi kahin duniyaa mein
zindagi iss ke siwaa
hogi kahin duniyaa mein
aisi masti nahin milti
kisi deewaane mein
tu jo maikhaane ko bhar de
mere paimaane mein
naam saaqi
rahey baaqi
tera maikhaane mein

jab uthhaayee hai nazar
saari khudaayee hai jhuki
meri hasrat ne
mere dil se
yehi baat kahi
meri hasrat ne
mere dil se
yehi baat kahi
dum jo nikley ae
mere saaqi
tere maikhaane mein
tu jo maikhaane ko bhar de
mere paimaane mein
naam saaqi
rahey baaqi
tera maikhaane mein


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Blog Day : 4153 Post No. : 15319

“Heeraa”(1973) was produced and directed by Sultan Ahmed for Sultan Ahmad Productions, Bombay. The movie had Sunil Dutt, Asha Parekh, Farida Jalal, Shatrughan Sinha, Helen, Kanhaiyyalal, Anwar Hussain, Nazir Hussain, Sulochana, Mukri, Randhir, Tabassum, Tuntun, Mumtaz Begam, B.B. Bhalla, Polsan, Renuka, Keshav Rana, Abhimanyu Sharma, Jankidas, Master Raju, Pahalwan, Habib, Mac Mohan, Maqbool, Bam Lahiri, Abhimanyu Sharma, Master Rajoo etc in it, with friedly appearances by Faryal, Asha Potdar, Shyam Kumar and Satyendra Kappu.

The movie had six songs in it. Four songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fifth song from the movie to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata. Indeewar is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji.

This song is a Bihar -Eastern UP kind of song where dancing girls were called to perform at important occasions such as weddings etc. In the picturisation, Asha Parekh is getting married and Helen is called upon to dance on the occasion.

Helen lip syncing in Lata’s voice (instead of Asha Bhonsle) and performing a mujra kind of dance (rather than cabarat). This was perhaps the idea of the moviemaker to cast Helen in a “different” kind of role. 🙂


Song-Der na karo piya pyaare (Heera)(1973) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

aa aa
aa aa
shamma hai
gul bhi hai
bulbul bhi hai
parwaana bhi
raat ki raat ye sab kuchh hai
sahar kuchh bhi nahin
der na karo o
der na karo
piya pyaare
paas aate aate tumhaare
kahin door
kahin door
kahin door na main chali jaaun
der na karo o
piya der na karo
na karo

kaahe jodi
kaahe jodi nigodi piya maine tujhse najariya
dega taana
dega taana
dega taana zamana
hansegi ye saari nagariya
ab to hadd ho gayi intzaar ki
laaj rakh lo piya mere pyar ki
ab to hadd ho gayi intzaar ki
jali jaaun
pyaar ki aag mein
piya der na karo
piya pyaare
paas aate aate tumhaare
kahin doon na main chali jaaun
der na karo o
piya der na karo
na karo

dekhoon raahen
dekhoon raahen
nigaahen bichhaa ke main saari umariyaa a
par zamaana
par zamaana
par zamaana begaana
ye mohlat na dega sanwariya
waqt ko kisne roka
kahin de jaaye na dhokha
gair ka mujhe na kar de
maang mein aag na bhar de
aane waale abhi jo na aayega
dekh lena koi jaan se jaayega
aane waale abhi jo na aayega
chhali jaaun hathhon kismat se
main na chhali jaaun
piya der na karo
piya der na karo
na karo


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Blog Day :

4143 Post No. : 15309 Movie Count :

4216

Hullo Atuldom

Na Chaahoon Sona Chaandi” was the first time I took note of this roly-poly cute- faced actor. He played Braganza, a head-fisherman and father to ‘Bobby’ in 1973. Subsequently I saw him as mama to the character played by Hema Malini in ‘Aap Beeti’ in 1976, a pathan who helps Manoj Kumar in ‘Shor’ (1972), a sardar who was a good Samaritan in ‘Roti Kapda aur Makaan’ (1974).

Then one day on chitrahaar or it could have been chaayageet on Doordarshan I saw a black and white song “Patli Kamar Hai” where this particular actor was super good-looking which was enough to sweep the lady he was wooing, off her feet. He came across as a dancer with a reasonable sense of rhythm. That is when I was informed by my dad that Premnath was a lead actor in many movies and rattled of names like ‘Aab-e-Hayaat’ (1955), ‘Baadal’ (1951), ‘Aag’ (1948) etc. and also sang a few of his songs from movies where he was the hero. Recently, not so long ago, I too saw a black-n-white movie, where Premnath played a ‘supposed’ poor boy who falls in love with a princess and helps the king regain his kingdom, the movie was an Arabian nights kind of story. Think it was ‘Saaqi’ (1952).

So I have loved movies where Premnath was Sir Juda (‘Karz’), Yamraaj (‘Lok Parlok’), IG Khanna (‘Kalicharan’), Bajrang Bahadur (‘Aap Beeti’), Shankar Dada (‘Dharam Karam’), father of a bevy of beauties (‘Ishk Ishk Ishk’, and the most memorable of them all – Rai Saab Bhupendra Singh in ‘Johnny Mera Naam’.  Thinking of him today on his birth anniversary he would have been 93.

There is another celeb of yesteryears who has her birthday today. And I wrote a post for her last month itself where I wrote this “I remembered that November 21st was the birthday of our dear Helen. She turned 81 yesterday (21 October 2019).’’ God only knows what I was thinking as I wrote that post and sent it hurriedly to Atul ji for posting. And the good man that he is, he posted it within an hour of my sending it. But the error was pointed out in the comments section by Partha Chanda ji and Prakashchandra ji. The next day Nahm ji, after reading the comments, messaged me to inquire if I was planning one more post for the actual birthdate and also to see if the song choices were clashing. I assured her that the choices don’t clash as we have a vast library to choose from.  I must say that we had an extra song and extra good wishes for our much-loved Helen.

As my practice has been over the years, I have managed to find a song which features both the birthday celebs. It is from the 1979 release ‘Magroor’’ which starred Shatrughan Sinha, Vidya Sinha, Premnath, Helen, Deven Verma, Nadira, Narendranath, Paintal, Dr. Shreeram Lagoo, Jagdish Raj etc. The film had music by Laxmikant Pyarelal and Anand Bakshi wrote the lyrics. Playback singers were Asha Bhonsle, Suman Kalyanpur, Anuradha Paudwal, Mohd. Rafi, Kishore Kumar, Manna Dey and Mahendra Kapoor. All the 5 songs were duets.

Todays’ song is a club song where we see Helen (Rukhsaana) being wooed by a bunch of suitors (extras) and Premnath joining in on the fun. He is bodily lifted out of the dance floor by the cops at the end of the song. Playback for this song is by Asha and Mannada.

 

Song – Rukhsaana Rukhsaana Main Tera Deewaana  (Magroor) (1979) Singer -Asha Bhosle, Manna Dey, Lyrics – Anand Bakshi, MD – Laxmikant Pyaarelal
Chorus

Lyrics 

aaaa aaaa aaahaa
aaahaa haaa aaahaa haaa
rukhsaana rukhsaana
main tera deewaana
tu kis ki deewaani
bol o meri jaan
he he
rukhsaana rukhasaana
main tera deewaana
tu kis ki deewaani
bol o meri jaan

rukhsaana dil degi kisi daulat waale ko
rukhsaana dil degi kisi daulat waale ko
pyaar karegi apne jaise kisi matwaale ko

rukhsaana rukhsaana
main tera deewaana
tu kis ki deewaani
bol o meri jaan
he he
rukhsaana rukhsaana
main tera deewaana
tu kis ki deewaani
bol o meri jaan

jis ko mujh se pyaar ho
o ho ho ho
jis ko mujh se pyaar ho
aaye imtihaan de
jis ko ye dil lena ho
pehle apni jaan de
ha ha ha
ha ha
ha ha ha
ha ha
ha ha ha
ha ha ho ho ooo
jal ke jo dikhaaye
dikhaaye
wo mera parwaana
hai
rukhsaana rukhsaana
main tera deewaana
tu kis ki deewaaani
bol o meri jaan
he he
rukhsaana rukhsaana
main tera deewaana
tu kis ki deewaani
bol o meri jaan

rukhsaana jaane jaana..aa
rukhsaana jaane jaana..aa
ishq mein tere
chhoda maine
saara zamaana
rukhsaana jaane jaana..aa
rukhsaana o meri jaane jaana
meri bulbul-e-baghdad
kahaan hai tu

chik bam bam
chik bam bam
bam chik bam bam
chik bam bam
chik bam bam
bam chik bam bam

tere deewaanon mein kaun hai mere jaisa
mere jaisa
arre haat
tere deewaanon mein kaun hai mere jaisa
mere jaisa
pyaar nahin milta
mil jaata hai paisa
mil jaata hai paisa
mera dil naa todo o
mera daaman chhodo
main aashiq tera
naam na lena mera
main de sakta hoon jaan bhi
marna hai aasaan bhi
phir mushkil kya kaam hai
paisa us ka naam hai
khaali dil kis kaam ka
sheeshe ka paimaana
he rukhsaana rukhsaana
main tera deewaana
tu kisi ki raani
poochho meri jaan
rukhsana dil degi kisi daulat waale ko
rukhsana dil degi kisi daulat waale ko
pyaar karegi apne jaise kisi matwaale ko

he rukhsana rukhsaana
main tera deewaana
tu kis ki deewaaani
bol o meri jaan
he he
rukhsaana rukhsaana (rukhsaana)
main tera deewaana (rukhsaana)
tu kis ki deewaaani (o meri bulbul)
bol o meri jaan (kahaan hai tu)
rukhsaana rukhsaana
main tera deewaana (rukhsaana)
tu kis ki deewaaani (rukhsaana)
bol o meri jaan
rukhsaana rukhsaana
main tera deewaana (rukhsaana)
tu kis ki deewaaani
bol o meri jaan


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Blog Day : 4143 Post No. : 15307

My stint as a post writer for the blog started with this song from the film “Gumnaam”. This was a Helen song, and I chose it as the song for my first post in the blog for no particular reason. Maybe it was not yet posted in the blog was the only trigger, apart from my husband suggesting it.

Another remarkable thing about my first posts was that, it got posted within a few hours of sending the mail. There were very few outside contributors who were writing posts back than in 2012, could have been one of the factors in being given such priority treatment 🙂 . Guest posters were few and lyrics contributors were many. I was one of the early song lyric contributors. Those were very heady days of finding known, much loved songs not yet posted in the blog. I remember with fondness, sending lyrics of some of my all-time favourite songs like “ ab to hai tum se har khushi apni” from “Abhimaan” and the hauntingly beautiful rendition of ‘hai tere saathh meri wafaa” from “Hindustan ki Qasam”.

Now I am a veteran of 302 lyrics and 243 posts, at last count. Lyrics contribution has stopped for obvious reason that, if I can write posts also that why would somebody else want to write them for the songs which I want posted in the blog. Sometimes I think, I should go back to sending lyrics contributions, also for no particular reason. You see random thought in the mind don’t necessarily have to be for a reason or logic.

Similar way my posts are written straight from the heart and not with too much deliberations. Though at times they may seem so, if I quote some poems and my own ‘essay’s. There have been a few posts by me which had on length discussions (my own seesaw of thoughts – if they can be called discussions) not related in anyway to the songs accompanying the posts. Some of the posts were direct from the heart and reflected my feelings, impressions etc. No matter what I have enjoyed my experience here, much misunderstood and all. I feel that language can only be source of communication, which is one dimensional only.

Going back to my first post – A Helen song. Helen Anne Richardson Khan (born Helen Anne Richardson on 21 November 1938), best known as Helen. She is turning 81 on 21st November, 2019, and this is posts to celebrate her persona and her contribution in her chosen field. Having stated this there is not much about ‘Helen’ I will be writing.

In the post (My first post) I had this to say about the film ‘Khaamoshi”(1996):

‘Not that have anything against Jatin-Lalit, in fact their score for ‘Khaamoshi – The Musical ” is one of my few favourites in this two decades. The other day, I looked up the songs of this film, solely for the Helen song “Gaate thhe pehle akele aaj gaata hai saara jahaan”, trying to find a better alternative to this song from “Gumnaam” which I am supposed to discuss. Yeh dil sun rahaa hai, mausam ki sargam ko sun, jaana suno ham tum pe marte hain, hayya haaya ho let it let let it go, and aaj main uper aasman neeche are all competing for the best song of the film(Khaamoshi-The Musical).’

Having said this much about the film in the post, I have so far managed to post only one song. So I have chosen a “Helen” song with a difference from this film as this birthday post.

In this song, Helen playing the matriarch of a Goan family, ‘Mariamma’ in the film is trying to make the best of the situation where ‘A Piano’ being family heirloom is sold to the local antique collector, Raghuvir Yadav. The Piano is maybe last thing remaining which belonged Mariamma’s husband and her link with him. As the Piano is taken away, there is procession of villagers singing and dancing, Mariamma is a part of it with her grandchildren. The Piano is finally taken away abroad a ferry, and she cannot follow it anymore. She has tried her best to mollify the children that all is not lost and those things which are lost, eventually comeback. As the song ends, Mariamma is also seen going beyond the horizon. That’s the end of the ‘Mariamma too in the film.

The singers are Kavita Krishnamoorthy, Shradha and Khusnum. The later two are new names for the blog, who sing for the kids. There is a lot of chorus and unique composition in its own way. Jatil-Lalit are the composers and Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist of this beautiful song. Helen as the Anglo-Indian elderly widow in the black and white dress, made a charming grandmother in the film. With her demise, Annie’s(Manisha Koirala) child hood is also over. The film, if the readers have not seen it, is to be recommended for any student of cinema. The reasons of this recommendation are many, and songs also is one of the reasons.

The audio version and the film version are the same, but both links are given, just that we can hear the song twice, if seen only once. Again.

Audio

Video

Song-Gaate thhe pehle akele (Khaamoshi)(1996) Singers-Kavita Krishnamoorthy, Shraddha, Khushnum, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Jatin Lalit
Chorus

Lyrics

Hey mauj me le chalo mil ke baaja
Hey raja odhe sambhaal
Hey mauj me le chalo mil ke baaja
Hey raja odhe sambhaal

Gaate thhe pehle akele
Aaj gaata hai saara jahaan
Kaisa khushi ka samaa hai
Pi ke aansoo hanso re sanaa
Pyaar se muskuraa
Kya huaa bhool jaa

Hey mauj me le chalo mil ke baaja
Hey raja odhe sambhaal
Hey mauj me le chalo mil ke baaja
Hey raja odhe sambhaal

aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa

Jo kho gayaa
Uss ka gham kya
Jo paas hai
Woh hai kam kya
Baat achhi hai naa
Baat sachchi hai naa
Baaje re baaja hamaaraa
Naache re sansaar saaraa
Pyaar se muskuraa
Kya huaa bhool jaa
Gaate thhe pehle akele
Aaj gaata hai saara jahaan
Kaisa khushi ka samaa hai
Pi ke aansoo hanso re sanaa
Pyaar se muskuraa
Kya huaa bhool jaa
aye haathh-gaadi nahin yeh hai baaja
Hey raaja odhe sambhaal
aye haathh-gaadi nahin yeh hai baaja
Hey raaja odhe sambhaal

ho o o o
ho o ho ho
ho o o o
ho o ho ho

Ham to sunaa jo jaataa hai
Wo laut kar phir aataa hai
Baat achhi hai naa
Baat sachchi hai naa

Baaje re baaja hamaaraa
Naache re sansaar saaraa
Pyaar se muskuraa
Kya huaa bhool jaa

Gaate thhe pehle akele
Aaj gaata hai saara jahaan
Kaisa khushi ka samaa hai
Pi ke aansoo hanso re sanaa
Pyaar se muskuraa
Kya huaa bhool jaa

Hey mauj me le chalo mil ke baaja
Hey raja odhe sambhaal
Hey mauj me le chalo mil ke baaja
Hey raja odhe sambhaal

Aa aaaa Aaaaa
Aaaaaaaaa
Aaaaaaaaa
Aaaaaaaaa
Hey mauj me le chalo mil ke baaja
Hey raja odhe sambhaal
Hey mauj me le chalo mil ke baaja
Hey raja odhe sambhaal
Hey mauj me le chalo mil ke baaja
Hey raja odhe sambhaal
Hey mauj me le chalo mil ke baaja
Hey raja odhe sambhaal

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Devnagri script Lyrics (Provided by nahm)
—————————-
हे मौज में ले चलो मिल के बाजा
हे राजा ओढ़े संभाल
हे मौज में ले चलो मिल के बाजा
हे राजा ओढ़े संभाल

गाते थे पहले अकेले
आज गाता है सारा जहां
कैसा खुशी का समां है
पी के आँसू हंसो रे सना
प्यार से मुस्कुरा
क्या हुआ भूल जा

हे मौज में ले चलो मिल के बाजा
हे राजा ओढ़े संभाल
हे मौज में ले चलो मिल के बाजा
हे राजा ओढ़े संभाल

आ आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ

जो खो गया
उसस का ग़म क्या
जो पास है
वो है कम क्या
बात अच्छी है ना
बात सच्ची है ना
बाजे रे बाजा हमारा
नाचे रे संसार सारा
प्यार से मुस्कुरा
क्या हुआ भूल जा
गाते थे पहले अकेले
आज गाता है सारा जहां
कैसा खुशी का समां है
पी के आँसू हंसो रे सना
प्यार से मुस्कुरा
क्या हुआ भूल जा
ए हाथ गाड़ी नहीं ये है बाजा
हे राजा ओढ़े संभाल
ए हाथ गाड़ी नहीं ये है बाजा
हे राजा ओढ़े संभाल

हो ओ
हो हो हो हो
हो ओ
हो हो हो हो
हो ओ
हो हो
हो हो हो
हो हो हो
हो हो हो
हो हो हो

हम तो सुना
जो जाता है
वो लौट कर
फिर आता है
बात अच्छी है ना
बात सच्ची है ना

बाजे रे बाजा हमारा
नाचे रे संसार सारा
प्यार से मुस्कुरा
क्या हुआ भूल जा

हा गाते थे पहले अकेले
आज गाता है सारा जहां
कैसा खुशी का समां है
पी के आँसू हंसो रे सना
प्यार से मुस्कुरा
क्या हुआ भूल जा

हे मौज में ले चलो मिल के बाजा
हे राजा ओढ़े संभाल
हे मौज में ले चलो मिल के बाजा
हे राजा ओढ़े संभाल
आ आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ

हे मौज में ले चलो मिल के बाजा
हे राजा ओढ़े संभाल
हे मौज में ले चलो मिल के बाजा
हे राजा ओढ़े संभाल
हे मौज में ले चलो मिल के बाजा
हे राजा ओढ़े संभाल
हे मौज में ले चलो मिल के बाजा
हे राजा ओढ़े संभाल


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Blog Day :

4113 Post No. : 15265 Movie Count :

4195

Hullo to Atuldom

Its been a few weeks since I wrote a post. I have missed the birthdates of a few of my favourites. I won’t put the blame of these misses on the festival season as then we will have to excuse Atulji his numerous blank dates on the blog which we don’t do; we expect at least one post per day from him.

I get notifications on my mailbox from one of the many music compilation sites which I had stumbled upon a few years ago. I don’t open mail notifications that often specially from this site but today I did. It had songs which I had not heard in years. Today’s list began with the song “my name is Suzy” from “An Evening in Paris” and then played a few numbers in various genres.

One of the songs made me sit up. I had never heard this song which was in Asha Bhonsle’s voice. I quickly googled for it and found that it was a song penned by Amit Khanna and Bappi Lahiri was the composer. And no, it was not a disco song or nor was it what we generally expect from the Bappi Lahiri baton. I heard it twice and then went looking for its video. I had another shock. It was picturised on Helen and no it was not a typical Helen-style item or cabaret. The expressions she gave in that song reminded me of another Helen- Bappi Lahiri song.

All this put me on a search mode for the details of the song which I heard today. One thing it did was remind me of the song from “Paanch Qaidi”- “Jeena to hai par ae dil kahaan”. But here are the details of the song- it is from a movie called “Josh” which was released in 1981. It starred Vidya Sinha, Helen, Sarika, Sheetal, Amjad Khan, Anil Dhawan, Raj Kiran, Deven Verma, Shakti Kapoor etc. The movie was directed by Raj Sippy. It was his second film after “Inkaar”. The common factor in the two movies being Amjad Khan, Vidya Sinha, Helen and Gurbachan. From what I read about the movie on IMDB.com Amjad Khan played a central character and Vidya Sinha had a role which was different from what she was known to play. If the movie had been successful, we would have had all the main actors in “Hatke” roles but that was not to be.

After hearing the song, I remembered that November 21st was the birthday of our dear Helen. She turned 81 yesterday (21 october 2019). Here is wishing her a healthy life with all her friends and dear ones around her. Here is the song which I liked hope all the followers of the blog like it too.


Song-Sab kuchh to hai sab kuchh toh thha(Josh)(1981) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Amit Khanna, MD-Bappi Lahiri

Lyrics

sab kuchh toh hai
sab kuchh toh tha
kaise kahein hum
in donon mein hai
kitna
haan kitna
haan kitna anjaana faasla
sab kuchh toh hai
sab kuchh toh tha
kaise kahein hum mm
in donon mein hai
kitna
haan kitna
haan kitna anjaana faasla

shuru kya huyi
woh kahaani teri
khatm ho gayi ee
yeh kahaani meri
deewaana silsila
sab kuchh toh hai
sab kuchh toh tha
kaise kahein hum mm
in donon mein hai
kitna
haan kitna
haan kitna anjaana faasla

gaa toh rahi hoon
par kyun gaa rahi hoon
gaa toh rahi hoon
par kyun gaa rahi hoon
khud se main aaj
kyun door jaa rahi hoon
afsaana diljala
sab kuchh toh hai
sab kuchh toh tha
kaise kahein hum mm
in donon mein hai
kitna
haan kitna
haan kitna anjaana
faasla
faasla
faasla


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Blog Day : 4060 Post No. : 15193

“Zindagi”(1964) was written produced and directed by Ramanand Sagar for Gemini Productions, Madras. This movie had Raj Kumar, Rajendra Kumar, Vyjayanthimala, Helen, Mehmood, Prithviraj Chauhan, Jeevan, Dhumal, Jayant, Kanhaiyalal, Hiralal, Master Shahid, Leela Chitnis, Pushpavalli(Actress Rekha`s mother), Baby Farida & “Honey”, Mumtaz Begum, Moolchand, Nirupa Roy, Satyajeet etc in it.

The movie had 13 songs in it. Seven songs from the movie have been covered in the past.

Today (30 august 2019) is the 96th birth anniversary of Shailendra (30 august 1923 -14 december 1966). Shailendra would have been 96 today. I know of at least one person senior to Shailendra in age who is still around. Sadly Shailendra left us at a tender age of 43.

In such a brief duration of 43 years, he had a 17 years long career as a lyricist in HFGK. His literary output during this period was enough to establish himself as an all time great lyricist in the annals of HFM.

Shailendra penned around 760 songs in HFM. This blog has as many as 676 of his songs. So only around 80 odd Shalendra songs are left to be covered in the blog.

On the occasion of the birth anniversary of Shailendra, here is a song from “Zindagi”(1964). This song is sung by Lata and chorus. Shailendra is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shankar Jaikishan.

The song is picturised as a “god bharaai rasm” song. Picturisation shows a would be mother played by Vyjyanti Mala, surrounded by ladies viz. Leela Chitnis, Mumtaz Begum and others while Helen (who rather unusually for her is seen clad in a saari)lip syncs this song.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra

Video

Audio (Longer)

Song-Ek naye mehmaan ke aane ki khabar hai (Zindagi)(1964) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Shailendra, MD-Shankar Jaikishan
Chorus

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)

ik naye mehmaan ke aane ki khabar hai ae
dil mein leher hai
ek naye mehmaan ke aane ki khabar hai ae
dil mein lehar hai

chaand ko palne mein bulaane ki khabar hai ae
dil mein leher hai
chaand ko palne mein bulaane ki khabar hai ae
dil mein leher hai

nainon waali
kaahey ko tu nain chhuraaye ae
nain chhuraaye
baithhi hai kyun chor si
tu sar ko jhukaaye ae
sar ko jhukaaye
mukh na chhupaa
kya ye chhupaane ki khabar hai ae
dil mein lehar hai
ek naye mehmaan ke aane ki khabar hai ae
dil mein lehar hai

rotaa koyee aayegaa iss ghar ko hansaane ae
ghar ko hansaane
aas ke deepak se kayee deep jalaaney ae
deep jalaaney
naach rey mann
naachne gaane ki khabar hai ae
dil mein lehar hai
ek naye mehmaan ke aane ki khabar hai ae
dil mein lehar hai
chaand ko palne mein bulaane ki khabar hai ae
dil mein leher hai


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Blog Day : 4028 Post No. : 15142

In old days, we had days of specialists. Hero, Heoine would sing songs, play lovey dovey, etc.

Villain’s would made the life of hero and heoine miserable. They would have mujra and or cabarat dancers as part of villain’s set up.
Singing quawwali in disguise would be the response of the lead actors.

Then there was comic side plot. And then character artists, such as parents of the lead actors, siblings of the lead actors etc.

From 1970s onwards, days of multitasking began and specialists found themselves threatened. Here the hero himself would do comedy as well as villainy. The heroine would perform cabarat/ mujra herself.

Fortunately, one did not witness multi tasking till 1960s and specialists ruled the roost those days.

As far as comedy was concerned, Johny Walker was the go to man, and he was followed by Mehmood.

When I try to analyse Johny Walker’s comedy, I find that his comedy often involved being in the wrong books of ladies. Sometimes he would find himself on the wrong side of dogs as well. 🙂

Johny Walker had acted in not one but two movies called “Baazi”, viz “Baazi” (1951) and “Baazi”(1968). “Baazi”(1951) was his debut movie, whereas “Baazi”(1968) came towards the fag end of his career.

“Baazi”(1968), lesser known that the 1951 namesake, was directed by Moni Bhattacharya for Golden Films Production, Bombay. The movie had Dharmendra, Waheeda Rehman, Johnny Walker, Mehmood, Helen, Ansari, Nazir Hussain, Ullhas, Chans Usmani, Amar, Manmohan, Keshto Mukherjee, Pinchoo Kapoor etc in it.

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

Today (29 july 2019) is the 16th remembrance day of Johny Walker (11 November 1926 – 29 July 2003). As a tribute to him, here is a song from “Baazi”(1968). IT is a Johny Walker type comedy song, viz a song where he is in trouble at the hands of the fair sex. It turns out that he sees not one but two ladies simultanously and he finally gets caught by both.

So here is this song from “Baazi”(1968). it is sung by Manna Dey. Shakeel Badayuni is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji.

The song shows Johny Walker being taken to task by Helen and Shammi. Singing while being chased by two ladies, that is Johny Walker for us. 🙂

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


Song-Ek anaar do beemaar badi mushqil hai (Baazi)(1968) Singer-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Shakeel Badayuni, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

Are dil hamaara
uyi
Husn waalon ka akhaadaa
Akhaadaa ho gaya
Apne hi haathon se khud apna
Are apna kabaada ho gaya

Ek anaar
Do beemaar
Ek anaar do beemaar
Kaisi uljhan mein hain pyaar
Badi mushkil hai
Haan Badi mushkil hai
Haan haan badi mushkil hai ae

Do do ulfat ke bazaar
Hoga kaise karobaar
Badi mushkil hain
Haan badi mushkil hai
ho ho badi mushkil hai
Ek anaar do bimaar
Kaisi uljhan mein hai pyaar
Badi
Haan badi
Haan haan
Badi mushkil hai ae

Koyi mere ae
Koyi mere do tukde kar ke
Rok de is bumbaari ko o o o
Koi mere do tukde karke
Rok de is bumbaari ko
Ek tukdaa shole ko de de
Aur ik tukdaa chingaari ko
Is jhamele se yaaron main gharbra gaya aa
Is jhamele se yaaron main gharbra gaya
Dil dhadkane lagaa
Sar bhi chakra gaya
Gaya gaya gaya aa aa
Meri khaatir do do yaar
Meri khaatir do do yaar
Ladne marne ko taiyyaar hain
Badi mushkil hai
Haan badi mushkil hai
Haan haan badi mushkil hai
Ek anaar do beemaar
Kaisi uljhan mein hai pyaar
Badi mushkil hai
Haan badi mushkil hai
O ho badi mushkil hai

Uparwaale ae
Uparwaale ne mujhko
Do kaan diye do aankhen
Do o kaan diye do aankhen
Mil jaate jo do dil mujhko
Phir yoon naa ukhadti saansen
Phir yoon naa ukhadti saanse
Do ke chakkar mein meri akal phans gayi
Do ke chakkar mein meri akal phans gayi
Maine kheli thhi single
Double phans gayee
Double phans gayee
Da da da ba ba ba la la la
Double
Phans gayee ee ee ee
Badi samjhe mujhko yaar
Chhoti hai meri dildaar
Badi samjhe mujhko yaar
Chhoti hai meri dildaar
Badi mushkil hai
Haan Badi mushkil hai
Haan haan badi mushkil hai
Ek anaar do beemaar
Kaisi uljhan mein hai pyaar
Badi
Haan badi
Haan haan badi mushkil hai
Do do ulfat ke bazaar
Hoga kaise karobaar
Badi mushkil hai
Haan badi mushkil hai
Haan haan badi mushkil hai ae ae ae

————————————————–
Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
—————————————
अरे दिल हमारा
ऊए
हुस्न वालों का अखाड़ा
अखाड़ा हो गया
अपने ही हाथों से खुद अपना
अरे अपना कबाड़ा हो गया

एक अनार
दो बीमार
एक अनार दो बीमार
कैसी उलझन में है प्यार
बड़ी मुश्किल है
हाँ
बड़ी मुश्किल है
हाँ हाँ बड़ी मुश्किल है ए

दो दो उल्फत के बाज़ार
होगा कैसे कारोबार
बड़ी मुश्किल है
हाँ बड़ी मुश्किल है
ओ हो बड़ी मुश्किल हैं

एक अनार दो बीमार
कैसी उलझन में है प्यार
बड़ी
हाँ बड़ी
हाँ हाँ बड़ी मुश्किल है ए

कोई मेरे ए
कोई मेरे दो टुकड़े करके
रोक दे इस बम बारी को ओ ओ ओ
कोई मेरे दो टुकड़े करके
रोक दे इस बम बारी को
एक टुकड़ा शोले को दे दे
और एक टुकडा चिंगारी को
इस झमेले से यारों मैं घबरा गया आ
इस झमेले से यारों मैं घबरा गया
दिल धडकने लगा
सर भी चकरा गया
गया गया गया आ आ
मेरी खातिर दो दो यार
मेरी खातिर दो दो यार
लड़ने मरने को तैयार
बड़ी मुश्किल है
हाँ बड़ी मुश्किल है
हाँ हाँ बड़ी मुश्किल है
एक अनार दो बीमार
कैसी उलझन में है प्यार
बड़ी मुश्किल है
हाँ
बड़ी मुश्किल है
ओ हो बड़ी मुश्किल है ए

उपरवाले ए
उपरवाले ने मुझको
दो कान दिए दो आँखें
दो ओ कान दिए दो आँखें
मिल जाते जो दो दिल मुझको
फिर यूं ना उखड्ती साँसे
अई
फिर यूं ना उखड्ती साँसे
दो के चक्कर में मेरी अक्ल फँस गयी
दो के चक्कर में मेरी अक्ल फँस गयी
मैंने खेली थी सिंगल
डबल फँस गयी
डबल फँस गयी
ड ड ड ब ब ब ल ल ल
डबल
फँस गयी ई ई ई
बड़ी समझे मुझको यार
छोटी हैं मेरी दिलदार
बड़ी समझे मुझको यार
छोटी हैं मेरी दिलदार
बड़ी मुश्किल है
हाँ
बड़ी मुश्किल है
हाँ हाँ बड़ी मुश्किल हहै

एक अनार दो बीमार
कैसी उलझन में है प्यार
बड़ी
हाँ बड़ी
हाँ हाँ बड़ी मुश्किल है ए
दो दो उल्फत के बाज़ार
होगा कैसे कारोबार
हाँ बड़ी मुश्किल है
हाँ हाँ हाँ बड़ी मुश्किल है ए ए ए


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

Blog Day : 4018 Post No. : 15126

Throughout the year, this blog notes anniversaries of various artistes. We celebrate their birth anniversaries, we remember, and observe with respect, their death anniversaries.

We occasionally also celebrate birthdays of Atulites here.

But there is one date that we all celebrate every year with a lot of love.

And that is this blog’s own birthday.

Yes, today, the 19th of July is the birthday of this blog.

This is the date, 11 years ago, that Atul, who started this blog, posted its very first song “mile na phool to kaanton se dosti kar li”. A beautiful song, written by Kaifi Azmi saab, composed by Roshan, and rendered in Rafisaab’s voice.

What an auspicious start to the blog!

Since then, now a veteran of over 15000 songs, this blog continues to go strong, adding more treasures to its already abundant treasure-chest, and attracting visitors from around the globe.

At last count, the number of hits on the blog was close to 12 million!

Clearly, this blog has established itself as the go-to source for HFM lovers, especially those interested in accurate song lyrics, and with a desire to engage themselves also with a write-up associated with the song.

Over these years, starting as a one-song-a-day blog, it has evolved into multiple-songs-a-day, with a whole lot of features added to it over this period of time.

During the course of this journey, another very important development (at least for some of us here), is the formation of this group called Atulites.

It is nothing fancy as such. Atul started this journey 11 years ago, and there have been many who have visited the blog and enjoyed its content. But a few of us, have been regulars here over the years, either writing comments, or posts. We have developed a bond over the years, thanks to the blog. Many of us have had an opportunity to meet each other in person. Since it all started with Atul, we call ourselves Atulites. 🙂

As someone who has known this blog from day one, it is a great joy for me to see this blog now complete 11 years.

I’ve said this many times – but I will say it again – this blog is unlike any other blog out there. Most blogs don’t last beyond a few months or years. And even then, the posting on these blogs is sporadic. Maybe a post every few weeks, or even months.

This is mainly because it takes a lot of effort and time to post regular content on a blog. Yes, if it’s earning significant money for the author, or promotes him or her in any way, that might be motivation to keep posting. But otherwise, it loses steam, and ends up neglected.

Here, Atul has ensured that this blog has posts almost every single day since it was started. Sure, there have been the odd days without posts, but these have been very few over this 11-year period. This is truly remarkable – and is a testament to Atul’s dedication and discipline.

We must remember, and stress here, that this blog is a “labour of love” for Atul. Had it been a commercial venture, one can understand so much time and effort spent on it. But for Atul, it has just been his passion and love that has kept the blog going for all this while, with daily updates.

I must add here that, in the last few years, Atul has been helped in this process by the one and only Sudhir ji. Together they form a great team, ensuring the blog is always buzzing.
I can’t thank both of them enough for what they do for the blog.

Then there are the other contributors also who enrich the blog greatly by their contributions. Arunji is the first name that comes to mind, but there is a whole host of others – they know who they are. 🙂 Everyone has contributed in his, or her, own way to the blog.

All in all, it has been a wonderful 11-year journey. I am very glad to have been part of it, to have learnt so many songs I’d never heard before, and to have met so many wonderful people, thanks solely to this blog.

So a big thank you to Atul for this.

Even as I type this, it has just struck me that the IPL also started in 2008. The final was played on 1st June 2008 – and this blog started on 19th July 2008. I wonder whether there is a connection. Did the IPL inspire Atul to start this blog? 🙂

Now, quickly avoiding the brickbats coming my way for posing that last question, am moving on to the song for today.

I wanted a fun, lively, song because it is a happy occasion.

And, as usual, I went looking for a song from the era I am most comfortable with, while hunting for songs. That is, the 1970s. Often I come across a song that might not have been all that famous, but is special to me because I remember it from that time, and it brings back memories.

Today’s song is one such. It is from the film Dharkan (1972).

Now this film is one I distinctly remember seeing in my childhood. I remember liking it a lot too at that time. It had a different type of storyline.

From what I remember, the story was about a man travelling with his friend by train, to meet another long-lost friend (who happens to be very rich). This friend in the train gets greedy and kills this man. He then poses as him, and meets the long-lost friend, hoping to swindle him of his wealth. Of course, he needs to be careful not to get exposed.

I don’t remember the details now, but after some initial success, he begins to arouse suspicions about his identity.

The picturisation of this song reflects one such situation. As we can see, Helen and Sanjay Khan are taunting Roopesh Kumar, hinting to him that they know what he has done.

I need to see this film again – though it’s quite possible I might not like it now. 🙂 It happens sometimes that you see a film that you’d last seen decades ago – and it doesn’t have the same appeal anymore.

The moment I heard this song though, I immediately remembered the movie. It is classic Asha Bhosle, though the composer is not RD Burman, but Ravi. I remember this song very well from that time, though I’m not sure if it was popular then. The most popular song of this film was “main to chala, jidhar chale rasta” (which has already been posted here). This is the second song of the film to be posted here.

The video ends a bit abruptly, so the audio is included.

I hope you enjoy this song.

Here’s wishing the blog a very happy birthday – and many more to come.

Video

Audio

Song-Jab toone kuchh na kiya (Dhadkan)(1972) Singers-Manna Dey, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Prem Dhawan, MD-Ravi
Both
Chorus

Lyrics

Paisa
Pa pa pa paisa
Daulat
Sa sa sa daulat
Haasil karne ke liye
Paap
Hahaha
Dhokha
Hohoho
Chhal
Ha
Fareb
Ha
Khoon
Lekin…
Jab toone kuchh na kiya
Kyun daraa daraa sa hai
Deewaane kyun daraa daraa sa hai

Kyun daraa daraa sa hai
Deewaane kyun daraa daraa sa hai

Jab toone kuchh na kiya
Kyun daraa daraa sa hai
Deewaane kyun daraa daraa sa hai

Kyun daraa daraa sa hai
Deewaane kyun daraa daraa sa hai

Waise to
Sab kuchh
Dekha hai
Duniya ki mehfil mein

Lekin
Aha
Koi bhi
Oho
Jaane na
Aha
Kiske kya hai dil mein
Ho
Kaun bhala yahaan kaun buraa hai

O ho ho
Kaatil hai kaun yahaan kisko pataa hai
O ho ho
Kaun bhala yahaan kaun buraa hai
Kaatil hai kaun yahaan kisko pataa hai

O ho
Chehre ka tere kyun rang udaa hai
Hahahahahahahaha
Jab toone ae ae ae
kuchh na kiya aa
Kyun daraa daraa sa hai
Deewaane kyun daraa daraa sa hai

Kyun daraa daraa sa hai
Deewaane kyun daraa daraa sa hai

Hai jhootha to
Arrey jhootha hai
Kab tak
asli roop chhupaayega

khooni to
aha
khooni hai
oho
ek din
aha
pakda hi jaayega
O o
phool jo todaa toone phir wo khila hai

ohoho
Diya bujhaaya tha jo phir wo jalaa hai
Phool jo todaa toone phir wo khila hai
Diya bujhaaya tha jo phir se jalaa hai

Tera hi kaal tere saamne khadaa hai

Jab toone kuchh na kiya
haa
Kyun daraa daraa sa hai
Deewaane kyon daraa daraa sa hai ae

Kyun daraa daraa sa hai
Deewaane kyon daraa daraa sa hai

Paisa
Pa pa pa paisa
Daulat
Sa sa sa daulat
Haasil karne ke liye
Paap
Hahaha
Dhoka
Hohoho
Chhal
Ha
Fareb
Ha
Khoon


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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 ELEVEN years. This blog has more than 15500 song posts by now.

This blog is active and online for over 4000 days since its beginning on 19 july 2008.

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