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Blog Day : 3875 Post No. : 14896

Hullo to all in Atuldom

I love masala movies as much as I love movies which are close to reality. I am of the opinion that movies should make us forget our daily tensions as much as entertain us. There were a few movie makers during my growing up years whose films were a must-see for my parents as they were entertaining as well as showed middle-class families and their ways. These movies were generally targeted towards family audiences – ‘Khoobsurat’ (1980), ‘Golmaal’ (1979), ‘Baaton Baaton Mein’ (1979), ‘Khatta Meetha’ (1977), ‘Chupke Chupke’ (1975) etc fell in this category and I must thank Hrishikesh Mukherjee, Basu Chaterjee for these gems.

Then there were these absolute entertainers which needed us to keep “logic at home” before going to see them. Else how does one explain the story of a pair of twins one of whom looks much older than the other -‘Dharam Veer’ (1977) and ‘Suhaag’ (1979). How does one explain the jumps in the climax; the heroes begin punching the villains on board a ship – belonging to a Rajput clan- that is anchored at sea but sing romantic songs and songs of friendship in the environs of Kashmir (in ‘Dharam Veer’). Or the heroes are following the villain who has kidnapped their mother through the streets of Mumbai on the way to the Juhu airport (which used to be where people parked their private aircrafts formerly) but strangely the streets look like some foreign land – turns out it was Singapore!! But when the climax scene is getting over, and the villains meet their final fate, all the places that Mumbaikars are familiar with make an appearance on the screen (in ‘Suhaag’).

Now ‘Suhaag’ and ‘Dharam Veer’ are two movies which I must have seen a number of times (have lost count) in spite of all these glaring ‘logic-less-ness’ (I know there is no such word in English language). There are a few other movies which fall under the ‘entertainer without logic’ category- ‘Chacha Bhatija’ (1977), ‘Parvarish’ (1977), ‘Naseeb’ (1981), ‘Desh Premee’ (1982), ‘Coolie’ (1983), ‘Mard’ (1985) – which I have seen about 100 times (not exaggerating). And it seems the maker of these Mr. Manmohan Desai had the confidence that his audience will lap it all up without questions.

In recent times I have been seeing these series of videos on YouTube wherein Amitabh Bachchan (the permanent fixture in most of the above-mentioned Manmohan Desai movies) in company of Rishi Kapoor was relating how they enacted all those scenes, as directed by Manji (Manmohan Desai’s pet name apparently) even if they were not personally convinced that there was any logic in the scene. The duo specially drew attention to the “mother of all logiclessness” scene – three people lying in a row and donating blood to an accident victim. Now there is nothing illogical in three people donating blood; but blood from the three being collected into a single bottle? And a single tube carrying blood to the patient!!! And has anyone heard of the blood group of RH. Also, Amitabh pointed out how Manji thought the villains were brainless as they could not see through the disguise of 3 people who have gate-crashed into a wedding and singing on top of their voices – ‘Amar Akbar Anthony’.

Anyway, such were the movies of Manmohan Desai in the 70s. He started making movies in the 60s with ‘Chhalia’ (1960) being his directorial debut. Which was followed by ‘Bluffmaster’ (1963), ‘Budtameez’ (1966), ‘Sachaa Jhootha’ (1970), ‘Kismat’ (1968) etc. Of the 20 films he made in a career span of 29 years 13 were successful. He had writers like Kadar Khan, KK Shukla, Prayag Raj, Salim Javed, Anand Bakshi, Sahir, Qamar Jalalabadi, Gulshan Bawra and Shailendra pen the stories and songs for these movies. He had also worked with Kalyanji Anandji, Laxmi Pyare, RD Burman and Anu Malik for music direction in his movies.

Today’s post is to remember the magic of Manmohan Desai on his 82nd birth anniversary and what better song than the one that shows his logical thinking. One patient getting blood from three donors all at once. 🙂


Song-Khoon khoon hota hai paani nahin (Amar Akbar anthony)(1977) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
Chorus

Lyrics

maa sirf nataa nahin
yeh kuch aur bhi hai
maa se bichad ke bhi
ye toot jaata nahin
yeh sach hai koi kahaani nahin
aaa aa aaa aaa aa 
yeh sach hai koi kahaani nahin
khoon khoon hota hai paani nahin
khoon khoon hota hai paani nahin
khoon khoon hota hai paani nahin

aaa aa aaa aa

phoolon ki pehchaan hai rangon boo se
pehchaane jaate hain insaan lahoo se
insaan lahoo se
haan isse badi kuchh nishaani nahin
aaa aa aaa aa
haan isse badi kuch nishaani nahin
khoon khoon hota hai paani nahin
khoon khoon hota hai paani nahin
khoon khoon hota hai paani nahin

aaa aa aaa aaa aaaaa aaa
aaaa aaaa aaa aaa aa 

ye khoon jis ne paida kiya hai
wo doodh maa ka sab ne piya hai,
sab ne piya hai
kya is ki keemat chukaani nahin
aaa aa aaa aa
kya iski keemat chukaani nahin
khoon khoon hota hai paani nahin
khoon khoon hota hai paani nahin
khoon khoon hota hai paani nahin

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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माँ सिर्फ नाता नहीं
ये कुछ और भी है
माँ से बिछड़ के भी
ये टूट जाता नहीं
ये सच हैं कोई कहानी नहीं
आs आ आs आs आ
ये सच हैं कोई कहानी नहीं
खून खून होता है पानी नहीं
खून खून होता है पानी नहीं
खून खून होता है पानी नहीं

आs आ आs आ

फूलों के पहचान है रंग ओ बू से
पहचाने जाते हैं इनसां लहू से
इनसां लहू से
हाँ इससे बड़ी कुछ निशानी नहीं
आs आ आs आ
हाँ इससे बड़ी कुछ निशानी नहीं
खून खून होता है पानी नहीं
खून खून होता है पानी नहीं
खून खून होता है पानी नहीं

आs आ आs आs आsss आs
आss आss आs आs आ

ये खून जिसने पैदा किया है
वो दूध माँ का सबने पिया है
सबने पिया है
क्या इसकी कीमत चुकानी नहीं
आs आ आs आ
क्या इसकी कीमत चुकानी नहीं
खून खून होता है पानी नहीं
खून खून होता है पानी नहीं
खून खून होता है पानी नहीं

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Blog Day : 3485 Post No. : 13998

 

Piya Tune Kya Kiya Re, Tere Bin Laage Na Jiya” – this post in 2008 by Atul ji inspired me to sit through an otherwise serious (read boring) movie. In the post Atul ji had written 3 postscripts each after different stages of movie watching and getting more gyaan about the movie. There is nothing more to add about the movie if one reads that particular post.

We just have one more song left of this movie – the song which Deb Mukherjee sings in the voice of Kishore Kumar and Farida Jalal in Lata’s voice. The song comes close to the climax as Deb Mukherjee bids farewell to the doctor, nurses, ward boys (through the movie I didn’t see a single nurse or ward boy; they appear for this song), compounder and the other patients of the hospital. The song is supposed to inspire the patients that they will also recover from their illnesses. The patients have been depressed after Ashok Kumar dies in the hospital – not the doctor’s fault mind you, he didn’t obey the doctor.

The song also expresses Waheeda’s and Sunil Dutt’s feelings towards each other as they can’t sing and dance themselves. She is a widow and the mother of a child, who is being treated by the doctor (Sunil Dutt). Here I will also add that they were in love before Waheeda’s chacha (Gajanan Jagirdar) and chachi (Shyama) objected to their marriage as they belong to different castes. Waheeda gets married to some railway engineer; whose face is never shown and who dies in a freak railway accident.

The film is directed by Tapan Sinha for John Pictures, Bombay. The film has seven songs, all penned by Anand Bakshi. The music is given by SD Burman. The earlier posted songs of this film are,

 

Zindagi Ae Zindagi Tere Hain Do Roop 45 29-Aug-08
Piya Toone Kya Kiyaa 47 30-Aug-08
Mera Sab Kuchh Mere Geet Re 6131 25-Jun-12
Toone Hamen Kya Diyaa Ree Zindagi 12301 4-Aug-16
Teri Meri Meri Teri Zaat Kyaa Hai 13311 6-Jun-17
Kaun Sachcha Hai Kaun Jhoothha Hai 13992 30-Jan-2018

 

This is the ideal song to announce the Yippeee status of this film. ‘Zindagi Zindagi’ now joins the tribe of movies on our blog that has all its songs represented here.

Song – Khush Raho Saathiyo Tumhen Chhod Kar Hum Chale (Zindagi Zindagi) (1972) Singer – Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Anand Bakshi, MD – SD Burman
Kishore Kumar + Lata Mangeshkar

Lyrics

khush raho saathiyo

khush raho saathiyo
tumhen chhod ke hum chale
khush raho saathiyo
tumhen chhod ke hum chale
tumhen chhod ke hum chale
hamen chhod ke gham  chale
haaye
khush raho saathiyo
tumhen chhod ke hum chale
khush raho saathiyo
tumhen chhod ke hum chale

mujhe tere dukh ne saiyaan kitna rulaaya hai
mujhe tere prem ne gori maut se bachaaya hai
mujhe tere dukh ne saiyaan kitna rulaaya hai
mujhe tere prem ne gori maut se bachaaya hai
behte behte magar ye aaj aansoo tham chale
haaye
khush raho saathiyo
tumhen chhod ke hum chale
khush raho saathiyo
tumhen chhod ke hum chale

tumhein hum nahin bhoolenge hamein tum bhulaana na
milenge kabhi asha ke deepak bujhaana na
tumhein hum nahin bhoolenge hamein tum bhulaana na
milenge kabhi asha ke deepak bujhaana na
hanste hanste tumhari ankhen kar ke nam chale
khush raho saathiyo
tumhen chhod ke hum chale
khush raho saathiyo
tumhen chhod ke hum chale

aaaa
aaaaa
gayi re judaai aayi prem ki ratiaan
gayi re judaai
gayi re
gayi re judai aayi prem ki ratiaan
kisi aur ke mukhde pe thehre na akhiyaan
tere mukh pe saanwariya mere naina jam chale
he
khush raho saathiyo
tumhen chhod ke hum chale
khush raho saathiyo
tumhen chhod ke hum chale
tumhen chhod ke hum chale
hamen chhod ke gham  chale
khush raho saathiyo
tumhen chhod ke hum chale
khush raho saathiyo
tumhen chhod ke hum chale
tumhen chhod ke hum chale
tumhen chhod ke hum chale
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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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खुश रहो साथियो

खुश रहो साथियो
तुम्हें छोड़ के हम चले
खुश रहो साथियो
तुम्हें छोड़ के हम चले
तुम्हें छोड़ के हम चले
हमें छोड़ के ग़म चले
हाए
खुश रहो साथियो
तुम्हें छोड़ के हम चले
खुश रहो साथियो
तुम्हें छोड़ के हम चले

मुझे तेरे दुख ने सैंय्यां कितना रुलाया है
मुझे तेरे प्रेम ने गोरी मौत से बचाया है
मुझे तेरे दुख ने सैंय्यां कितना रुलाया है
मुझे तेरे प्रेम ने गोरी मौत से बचाया है
बहते बहते मगर ये आज आँसू थम चले
हाए
खुश रहो साथियो
तुम्हें छोड़ के हम चले
खुश रहो साथियो
तुम्हें छोड़ के हम चले

तुम्हें हम नहीं भूलेंगे
हमें तुम भुलाना ना
मिलेंगे कभी आशा के दीपक बुझाना ना
तुम्हें हम नहीं भूलेंगे
हमें तुम भुलाना ना
मिलेंगे कभी आशा के दीपक बुझाना ना
हँसते हँसते तुम्हारी आँखें करके नम चले
खुश रहो साथियो
तुम्हें छोड़ के हम चले
खुश रहो साथियो
तुम्हें छोड़ के हम चले

आ॰॰॰
आ॰॰॰
गई रे जुदाई आई प्रेम की रतियाँ
गई रे जुदाई
गई रे
गई रे जुदाई आई प्रेम की रतियाँ
किसी और के मुखड़े पे ठहरे ना अखियाँ
तेरे मुख पे साँवरिया मेरे नैना जम चले
हे
खुश रहो साथियो
तुम्हें छोड़ के हम चले
खुश रहो साथियो
तुम्हें छोड़ के हम चले
तुम्हें छोड़ के हम चले
हमें छोड़ के ग़म चले
खुश रहो साथियो
तुम्हें छोड़ के हम चले
खुश रहो साथियो
तुम्हें छोड़ के हम चले
तुम्हें छोड़ के हम चले
तुम्हें छोड़ के हम चले


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