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This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day :

4271 Post No. : 15501

Four films in his debut year. An accomplishment that is not claimed by many other music directors. The year – 1966. And the films – ‘Thakur Jarnail Singh’, ‘Smuggler’, ‘Shera Daku’ and ‘Husn Aur Ishq’. And a sampler of hits from these films – the all time favorite “Hum Tere Bin Jee Na Sakenge Sanam”; the timeless Rafi Sb – Suman Kalyanour duet “Hum Jahaan Hai Wo Maqaam Husn Aur Ishq Hai”; the lilting Mukesh solo “Ae Mere Dil Teri Manzil”; the haunting Lata solo “Intezaar Ka Aalam, Tanhaai Aur Hum”; the racy cabaret number by Lata – “Dil Ka Lagaana Is Duniya Mein”. Songs all made memorable by the lilting tunes mixed with wonderful rhythm and orchestration – the music coming from the mind of Ganesh Prasad Sharma.

Remembering music director Ganesh – he passed away on 28th March, 2000. He was 58.

Ganesh Prasad Sharma, son of the venerable Ram Prasad Sharma, came on to the film scene in early 1960s, working along with the music director duo of Laxmikant Pyaarelal. He was the younger brother of Pyaarelal. His work accompanying his elder brother as and arranger and orchestration expert. As the word got around about his talent, and his ability to create attractive rhythm and orchestration arrangements, and by the middle of the decade he started getting assignments as independent music directors. The rush of assignments was such that he had to turn down some offers, right at the beginning of his career.

Over the years, however, despite creating some very wonderful music for films, his career did not really develop much beyond the initial euphoria. Around mid 1970s, after having composed music for almost 25 films, his career simply faded away. The general opinion is that Ganesh could not get away from the shadow of the more illustrious and successful team of Laxmi-Pyaare. Since he continued to work with L-P also, the quality and characteristics of the music of his own independent films never really stood out as distinct. The similarity between the two threads of music did not allow him to create a truly independent identity for himself.

Today, I present a duet song from the 1973 film ‘Ek Naari Do Roop’. The film is remembered for the iconic favorite in Rafi Sb’s voice – “Dil Ka Soona Saaz Taraana Dhoondega”. The film is produced by the famous BR Ishara under the banner of Co-Operative Pictures, Bombay, and is directed by Madhusudan. The cast of actors is listed as Shatrughan Sinha, Rashmi Dhawan, Mehmood (Junior), Iftekhar, Madan Puri, Nadira, Roopesh Kumar, Malika, Chaman Puri, Honey Chhaya, Sapru, Lalita Kumari, Maruti, Kaajal, Rajni, Moolchand, Qureshi, Ranveer Raj, Subhash, Master Sheru, Master Ratan, and Master Chiku, with a guest appearance by Asha Sachdev.

The film has five songs listed. Four of these songs are already showcased on our blog. Today we bring on board the fifth and final song of this film. The song is penned by Naqsh Lyallpuri. The singing voices are of Asha Bhosle and Kishore Kumar. On screen, the song is performed by Shatrughan Sinha and Rashmi Dhawan. The name Rashmi Dhawan is not very familiar as a heroine. Her name can be seen in just one more film ‘Mann Tera Tan Mera’ from 1971, which is also produced by BR Ishara. She had a side role in that film – the lead pair is listed as Anil Dhawan and Rehana Sultana. So apparently, ‘Ek Naari Do Roop’ is the only film of this actress as the heroine.

The song is picturised as a love song, with the protagonists expressing their feelings of first love for each other, in a beach scenario. Shatrughan has a very trim and fresh look in this film,

The post also rings in the Yippeee status for this film. The earlier four songs of this film have appeared in the blog as follows.

S.No.

Song Title Film Year Post No,

Post Date

1 Dil Ka Soona Saaz Taraana Dhoondhega Ek Naari Do Roop 1973 13 31-Jul-08
2 Mere Mann Pawan Sang Udd Chal Ek Naari Do Roop 1973 7771 28-Mar-13
3 Zindagi Mein Sada Muskuraate Raho Ek Naari Do Roop 1973 14830 8-Jan-19
4 Ham Hi Jaanen Ek Torey Manwa Ki Peer Ek Naari Do Roop 1973 15028 14-May-19

A very interesting thing to note here. The first song of this film, posted as far back as on 31st July, 2008, is the first teen song of our blog. And the film is the first teen film. What I mean is that this film made its debut as the 13th song on the blog, and also that it is the 13th film to appear on the blog. 🙂

And further, those were the days when the blog was still following ‘song-a-day’ convention. So it was also the 13th day for the blog. 🙂

Song – Tum Samjho To Achha Hai, Main Bolun To Kya Bolun (Ek Naari Do Roop) (1973) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics – Naqsh Lyallpuri, MD – Ganesh
Asha Bhosle + Kishore Kumar

Lyrics

hmmmm hmmmm hmmm
hmmm hmmm
hmmm hmmmmmm
aa ha ha ha ha

arey
chup kyon ho gayi
gaao naa

na
na
na
na
oohn hoon

tum samjho
to achha hai
main bolun
to kya bolun
tum samjho to achha hai
main bolun to kya bolun
bolo bolo bolo bolo bolo
tum se hi jawaani hai
ye duniya suhaani hai
meri jaan
tum ye kya jaano

kya keh rahin hain aap

tum samjho to achha hai
main bolun to kya bolun
arey tum samjho to achha hai
main bolun to kya bolun

ho ke dewwana main kaise luta
dil se mere tum ye poochho zara
ho ke dewwana main kaise luta
dil se mere tum ye poochho zara
kehta hai ye mera dil
meri hai yahi manzil
meri jaan tum ye kya jaano
tum bolo to achha ha
main bolun. . .
na na na
tum samjho to achha hai

dekha jo tumko ae mere sanam
meri jawaani ke behke kadam
oy hoy
dekha jo tumko ae mere sanam
meri jawaani ke behke kadam
pehle bhi mila saawan
bheega bhi nahin daaman
meri jaan tum ye kya jaano
tum samjho to achha hai
na
tum bolo to achha ha
main bolun to kya bolun

baahon mein le lo ye mehka badan
tum ho meri tumko jaane chaman
baahon mein le lo ye mehka badan
tum ho meri tumko jaane chaman
chheena hai
hazaaron se
maanga hai
bahaaron se
meri jaan tum ye kya jaano
tum bolo to achha ha
main bolun to kya bolun
bolo
bolo bolo bolo bolo bolo bolo
tum se hi jawaani hai
ye duniya suhaani hai
meri jaan
tum ye kya jaano

kya keh rahin hain aap
tum bolo to achha ha
main bolun to kya bolun

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हम्ममम हम्ममम हम्मम
हम्मम हम्मम
हम्मम हम्ममममम
आ हा हा हा हा

अरे चुप क्यों गईं
गाओ ना

ना
ना
ना
ना
ऊँ हूँ

तुम समझो
तो अच्छा है
मैं बोलूँ
तो क्या बोलूँ
तुम समझो तो अच्छा है
मैं बोलूँ तो क्या बोलूँ
बोलो बोलो बोलो बोलो बोलो
तुमसे ही जवानी है
ये दुनिया सुहानी है
मेरी जाँ
तुम ये क्या जानो

क्या कह रहीं हैं आप

तुम समझो तो अच्छा है
मैं बोलूँ तो क्या बोलूँ
अरे तुम समझो तो अच्छा है
मैं बोलूँ तो क्या बोलूँ

हो के दीवाना मैं कैसे लुटा
दिल से मेरे तुम ये पूछो ज़रा
हो के दीवाना मैं कैसे लुटा
दिल से मेरे तुम ये पूछो ज़रा
कहता है ये मेरा दिल
मेरी है यही मंज़िल
मेरी जाँ तुम ये क्या जानो
तुम बोलो तो अच्छा है
मैं बोलूँ॰ ॰ ॰
ना ना ना
तुम समझो तो अच्छा है

देखा जो तुमको ए मेरे सनम
मेरी जवानी के बहके कदम
ओय होय
देखा जो तुमको ए मेरे सनम
मेरी जवानी के बहके कदम
पहले भी मिला सावन
भीगा भी नहीं दामन
मेरी जाँ तुम ये क्या जानो
तुम समझो तो अच्छा है
ना
तुम बोलो तो अच्छा है
मैं बोलूँ तो क्या बोलूँ

बाहों में ले लो ये महका बदन
तुम हो मेरी तुमको जाने चमन
बाहों में ले लो ये महका बदन
तुम हो मेरी तुमको जाने चमन
छीना है
हजारों से
मांगा है
बहारों से
मेरी जाँ तुम ये क्या जानो
तुम बोलो तो अच्छा है
मैं बोलूँ तो क्या बोलूँ
बोलो
बोलो बोलो बोलो बोलो बोलो बोलो
तुमसे ही जवानी है
ये दुनिया सुहानी है
मेरी जाँ
तुम ये क्या जानो

क्या कह रहे हैं आप

तुम बोलो तो अच्छा है
मैं बोलूँ तो क्या बोलूँ


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Blog Day: 4270 Post No.: 15499

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No. 14
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In my personal opinion, “Namak Halaal”(1982) is one movie that had come at a critical juncture in the history of HFM and also in my personal life as well. 1982 was a time when the golden era of HFM was over. Songs and also movies were plainly becoming ridiculously rubbish. This was my personal opinion and many others shared this view.

But common people, what is often described as the LCD (Lowest common denominator) could not care less. This section of moviegoers, who are not much into thinngs like class, taste etc and are more into instant gratification loved whatever was being dished at that time.

And what was that ? That was disco. Most of them mindless, brainless kind of it. Standard formula of those days was to fill the movie with a few loud disco music where lyrics did not matter much. The lyricist only had to fit in a few arbitrary words including the word Disco, and the lyrics was done. Music director had an easier time. They only had to lift tunes of disco music from west. This lifting was shameless and blatant, without giving any credit to the original composer , and obviously without buying its rights.

The person who was almost singlehandedly responsible for this rot was Bappi Lahiri.

But Bappi Lahiri was not always like that. He started his career in mid 1970s and created some veryfine compositions. His music was so catchy that I often mistook his composition for R D Burman compositions, which is real high praise for a music director. It was he who composed such catchy and often iconic songs such as Chalte chalte mere ye geet yaad rakhna(Chalte Chalte)(1976), Aali re aali re Holi(Zakhmee)(1975), Pyaar maanga hai tumhi se(College Girl)(1978), Maana ho tum behad haseen (Toote Khilone) , Haan pahli baar ik ladki mera haath pakadkar (Aur Kaun), Hamse nazar to milaao (Ikraar), Tumhaaraa pyaar chaahiye mujhe jeene ke liye (Manokaamna) etc.

The problem with these tunes was that most of these tunes were class but these movies and its songs often went unnoticed. As a result, Bappi Lahiri’s career was going nowhere. So he finally decided that “to hell with class. I will compose music that sells.” So he started creating plagiarised disco songs. These songs were so popular that the entire music industy was forced to copy his disco music. And that sounded the death knell for the golden era of HFM.

Ironically, Bappi Lahiri kept producing some classy compositions even during the post Goolden era. My simple observation is that he did so when he used golden era singers in movies of golden era directors. On rest of the occasions, when mediocre producers and directors along with mediocre starcast was used, Bappi Lahiri would produce mediocre plagiarised music, and he would insist on giving playback for the hero in such movies.

“Namak Halaal”(1982) was directed by a golden era director namely Prakash Mehra. This movie, which was produced by Satyendra Pal for Chaudhary Enterprises, Bombay was a A grade movie with top stars of the day. Amitabh Bachchan was the hero. Others in the movie were Waheeda Rehman, Shashi Kapoor, Parveen Babi, Smita Patil, Satyen Kappu, Ashalata, Harish, Chandrashekhar, Dev Kumar, R S Chopra, Tuntun, Asha Chandra, Aazaad, Bob Cristo, Viju Khote, Jinder Walia, Nandita Thakur, Ram Sethi, Ranjeet Sood, Om Prakash, Ranjeet etc, with special appearances by Suresh Oberoi and Kamal Kapoor.

I had watched this movie by bunking my college (so what is new 🙂 ). Being a movie goer of high standards, I did not like the movie much. Having watched the movie, I went to the college the next day in what was the college recreation room which has facilities for indoor games like carrom board, TT etc. Some sports magazines were also available there.

There a few staff were playing carrom. While playing it, one of the staff, who had watched the movie, animatedly described the movie in glowing terms to his colleagues, leaving others suitably impressed and overwhelmed. He certainly made them eager to watch the song. I was listening to the discussion and I too got inflenced and realised that the movie was not all that bad that I had thought. This movie indeed was fun to watch. subsequently, I have watched parts of this movie and realised that this movie has some parts that have become all time classic scenes. For instance, there is this scene where hotel manager (played by Ranjeet) asks hairon Singh (played by Amitabh Bachchan) if he can speak English. The scene that follows can amuse movie goers even today. It is this movie that gave us a classic dialogue- “Moochhen ho to Nathhulal jaisi warna na hon.”

The movie had five songs in it. These songs had the golden era singers in it. Kishore Kumar sang for Amitabh Bachchan and his singing made all the difference. No one else could have sung these songs with so much energy, verve and midas touch. And the picturisation of these songs were fantastic. There are cases when poor picturisation destroys the effect of a great song. But that is not the case in this movie. all the songs have been picturised superbly. watching the picturisation of these songs is a highly entertaining and fulfilling experience.

Four of these songs have been covere 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 Pag ghunghroo baandh Meera naachi thi 143 11-Oct-2008
2 Jawaan jaaneman haseen dilruba 2364 27-Mar-2010
3 Raat baaqi baat baaqi 8622 1-Sep-2013
4 Thhodi si jo pee li hai 14951 23-Mar-2019

One can see that the previous song from the movie was covered more that one year ago. After covering that song, I had become aware that only one song from the movie remained. But this song was such a song that it deserved a befitting writeup, and that required time. And I for some reason or the other was not able to find time for a writeup.

So I kept dilly dallying and things kept getting delayed. Finally a time came when I was informed that “Namak Halaal”(1982) becomes eligible for the blog ten year challenge. I informed other potential writers- “Dont dare touch it. It is my song.” 🙂

So here I am, finally forced to bring thing song onboard in the blog.

This song “aaj rapat jaaye to hamen na uthhaiyo” is a rain song extraordinaire. And it becomes so because it had been sung with gusto by Kishore Kumar and Asha Bhonsle. It is difficult to think of any other singers who could have sung this song with this much aplomb.

The song was picturised on Amitabh Bachchan and Smita Patil as a rain song. In rain songs, the actors , especially the lady gets dangerously wet. This song is one of the most dangerously wet sari song of them all. We are aware of several occasions when censors have ordered that songs be deleted because they found the picturisation as objectionable. Some examples being Balmaa khuli hawaa mein (Kashmir Ki Kali) and Jaata kahaan hai deewaane sab kuchh yahaan hai sanam (CID). Censors found the depiction of the female character objectionable in these songs. So these songs were deleted from the movie. Only their audio remain. and I need not tell you how popular these songs are.

When I posted the previous song from the movie, which was Thhodi si jo pee li hai , and which happened to be posted on 3900th day of the blog, our beloved Khyati jee censured me as well as Sudhir jee.

Congratulations Atulji and team on reaching this milestone.
I am thinking what kind of spell ASAD is under recently? Aap nashe waali baat kar rahe ho, seedhe shaade Sudhurbhai pichkaari maarne ki baat kar rahe hai… Just concerned or rather worried. 😉
Regards
Khyati

My comment was:

Agla jo gaana bacha hua hai is movie ka, that will increase your anxiety about us even more. That song is- aaj rapat jaaye. 🙂 🙂

Khyati jee commented

That song should be played/posted behind the curtain. Bachhon pe bura asar padega. 😉

The picturisation of this song is indeed like that. Fortunately Indian censors had become more liberal since the days of 1950s and 1960s and this song passed muster with the censors. The fact that this movie was directed by a heavyweight diirector and starred the biggest star of the day, who also had strong political connections must have certainly helped.

So, here is this song, the fifth and final song from “Namak Halaal”(1982). as part of blog ten year challenge. With this song, all the songs of “Namak Halaal”(1982) have been covered and this movie thus joins the list of movies that have been YIPPEED in the blog.

Devnagri script lyrics are provided by Avinash Scrapwala, a person who keeps an eagle eye on “blog ten year challenge” opportunities. 🙂

Video

Audio

Song-Aaj rapat jaaye to hamen na uthhaiyyo (Namak Halal)(1982) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Bappi Lahiri

Lyrics

aaj rapat jaayen to hamen na uthhaiyyo
aaj phisal jaayen to hamen na uthhaiyyo
hamen jo uthhaiyo to o
hamen jo uthhaiyyo to
khud bhi rapat jaiyo
haan khud bhi phisal jaiyo
aaj rapat
aa ha aaj rapat jaayen to hamen na uthhaiyyo

barsaat mein thhi kahaan baat aisi
pehli baar barsi barsaat aisi
barsaat mein thhi kahaan baat aisi
pehli baar barsi barsaat aisi
kaisi ye hawa chali
ha
paani mein aag lagi
ha
jaane kya pyaas jagi re ae
bheega ye tera badan
ha
jagaaye meethi chubhan
ha
nashe mein jhume ye mann re
kahaan hoon main
mujhe bhi ye hosh nahin aa

ha ha ho ho ha ha ho ho
aaj behak jaayen to hosh na dilaiyo
aaj behak jaayen to hosh na dilaiyo
hosh jo dilaiyo to o
hosh jo dilaiyo to
khud bhi behak jaiyo
aaj rapat
aa ha aaj rapat jaayen to
hame na uthhaiyyo

baadal mein bijli baar baar chamke
dil mein mere aaj pehli baar chamke
baadal mein bijli baar baar chamke
dil mein mere aaj pehli baar chamke

haseena dari dari
ha
baahon mein simat gayi
ha
seene se lipat gayi re ae
tujhe to aaya maza
ha
tujhe to soojhi hansi
haa
meri to jaan phasi re
jaan e jigar kidhar chali
nazar churaa ke
aa ha ho ho ha ha o ho
baat ulajh jaaye to aaj na suljhaiyo
baat ulajh jaaye to aaj na suljhaiyo
baat jo suljhaiyo to o o
baat jo suljhaiyo to
khud bhi ulajh jaiyo

aaj rapat
aa ha aaj rapat jaayen to
hame na uthhaiyo

baadal se chham chham sharaab barse
saanwri ghata se shabaab barse
baadal se chham chham sharaab barse
ho saanwri ghata se shabaab barse
boondon ki baji paayal
ha
ghata ne chhedi ghazal
ha
ye raat gayi machal re ae
dilon ke raaz khule
ha
fiza mein rang ghule
ha
jawaan dil khulke miley re ae
hona thhaa jo hua wahi
abb darna kya
aa ha
o ho aa ha ho ho
aaj doob jaayen to hamen na bachaiyo
aaj doob jaayen to hamen na bachaiyo

hamen jo bachaiyo to o o
hamen jo bachaiyo to
khud bhi doob jaiyo
aaj rapat
aa ha aaj rapat jaayen to
hame na uthhaiyo
aaj phisal jaayen to hamen na uthhaiyo
aa ha
o ho
aa ha
o ho

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Devnagri script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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अरे अरे अरे
ना ना ना ना
ना ना ना ना आ

आज रपट जाएँ तो
हमें ना उठैय्यो
आज फिसल जाएँ तो
हमें ना उठैय्यो
हमें जो उठैय्यो तो ओ
हमें जो उठैय्यो तो
खुद भी रपट जैय्यो
हाँ
खुद भी फिसल जैय्यो
आज रपट
आ हा
आज रपट जाएँ तो
हमें ना उठैय्यो ओ

बरसात में थी कहाँ बात ऐसी
पहली बार बरसी बरसात ऐसी
बरसात में थी कहाँ बात ऐसी
पहली बार बरसी बरसात ऐसी
कैसी ये हवा चली
हाँ
पानी में आग लगी
हाँ
जाने क्या प्यास जगी रे ए
भीगा ये तेरा बदन
हा
जगाये मीठी चुभन
हा
नशे में झूमें ये मन रे ए
कहाँ हूँ मैं
मुझे भी ये होश नहीं आज

आ हा
ओ हो
आ हा
ओ हो
आज बहक जाएँ तो होश न दिलैय्यो
आज बहक जाएँ तो होश न दिलैय्यो
होश जो दिलैय्यो तो ओ ओ
होश जो दिलैय्यो तो
खुद भी बहक जैय्यो
आज रपट
आ हा
आज रपट जाएँ तो
हमें ना उठैय्यो ओ

बादल में बिजली बार बार चमके
दिल में मेरे आज पहली बार चमके
बादल में बिजली बार बार चमके
दिल में मेरे आज पहली बार चमके

हसीना डरी डरी
हा
बाहों में सिमट गयी
हा
सीने से लिपट गयी रे
तुझे तो आया मज़ा
हा
तुझे तो सूझी हंसी
हा
मेरी तो जान फँसी रे ए
जान जिगर किधर चली
नज़र चुरा के
आ हा
ओ हो
आ हा
ओ हो
बात उलझ जाए तो
आज ना सुलझैय्यो
बात उलझ जाए तो
आज ना सुलझैय्यो
बात जो सुलझैय्यो तो
खुद भी उलझ जैय्यो

आज रपट
आ हा
आज रपट जाएँ तो
हमें ना उठैय्यो ओ

बादल से छम छम
शराब बरसे
सांवरी घटा से
शबाब बरसे ए

बादल से छम छम
शराब बरसे ए
ओ सांवरी घटा से
शबाब बरसे ए

बूंदों की बजी पायल
हा
घटा ने छेदी ग़ज़ल
हा
ये रात गयी मचल रे ए
दिलों के राज़ खुले ए
हा
फिजा में रंग घुले ए
हा
जवान दिल खुलके मिले रे ए
होना था जो हुआ वही
अब डरना क्या
आ हा
ओ हो
आ हा
ओ हो
आज डूब जाए तो
हमें न बचैय्यो
आज डूब जाए तो
हमें न बचैय्यो

हमें जो बचैय्यो तो ओ ओ ओ ओ
हमें जो बचैय्यो तो
खुद भी डूब जैय्यो
आज रपट
आ हा
आज रपट जाएँ तो
हमें ना उठैय्यो
आज फिसल जाएँ तो
हमें ना उठैय्यो
आ हा
ओ हो
आ हा
ओ हो


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Blog Day: 4263 Post No.: 15490

“Deedaar”(1970) was produced and directed by Jugal Kishore. The movie had Dheeraj Kumar, Anjana Choudhary, Premendra, K N Singh, Badri Prasad, Wasi, Jay Shree T, Leela Mishra, Habib, Kumud, S N Tripathi etc in it.

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

Here is another song from “Deedaar”(1970) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Usha Khanna and Kishore Kumar. Verma Malik is the lyricist. Music is composed by Usha Khanna.

The song is picturised as a club dance/ cabarat dance song on Jayshree T and Dheeraj Kumar, with others looking on.


Peene se pilaane se(Deedaar)(1970) Singers-Usha Khanna, Kishore Kumar , Lyrics-Verma Malik, MD-Usha Khanna

Lyrics

Qasam hai tujhe mehfil ki
main naachoon tu pee
main naachoon tu

hic bili bili bappa ba ba bili bili bappa
ba ba ba billi billi bappa
ba ba ba billi billi bappa
ba ba ba billi billi bappa
hic
peene se pilaane se paimaane se maykhane se
begaane se zamaane se
tu bach bacha
tu bach bacha
peene se pilaane se
paimaane se maykhane se
begaane se zamaane se
tu bach bacha
tu bach bacha
hi

he jawaani mein kabhi kis kabhi kis kabhi kis
he he ho ho he he
javani mein kabhi kisi se aankh na lada
aankh lad jaaye bhi to dil na mila
hoo
dil mil jaaye bhi to shor na macha
meethhe-meethhe waadon pe tu sabko nacha

kyun
kyun kya
yahaan dil bhi bura hai dildaar bhi bura
ikraar bhi bura hai inkaar bhi bura
inkaar bhi bura

peene se pilaane se paimaane se mayakhaane se
begane se zamaane se tu bach bacha
tu bach bacha

bili bili bappa ba bappa
bili bili bappa ba bappa
bili bili bappa ba bappa bili bili bappa ba bappa

arre
arre dil de koi to
koi to
koi to
he he ho ho he he
arre dil de koi to dil tod do beshaq
aankh jo milaaye aankh phod do beshaq
hu hu
phool na miley to tahni mod do beshaq
buri duniya hai ise chhod do beshaq

kisliye
kisliye kya
nek naam bhi bura hai badnaam bhi bura
aagaaz bhi bura hai anjaam bhi bura
anjaam bhi bura
peene se pilaane se paimaane se mayakhane se
begaane se zamaane se
tu bach bacha
tu bach bacha

bili bili bappa ba bappa
bili bili bappa ba bappa
bili bili bappa ba bappa
bili bili bappa ba bappa

yeh duniya toh hai
hai
hai
heh heh ho ho he
yeh duniya toh hai paglon ka shehar
chaahta nahi koi kisi ki bhi khair
hi hi
ik haath dosti toh ik haath bair
upar se apne toh andar se gair

kaise
arre kaise kya
kaamyaab bhi bura hai naakaam bhi bura
mehfil bhi buri hai aur jaam bhi bura
jaam bhi bura
peene se pilaane se paimaane se maykhaane se
begaane se zamaane se
tu bach bacha
tu bach bacha
hey
peene se pilaane se paimaane se maykhaane se
begaane se zamaane se
tu bach bacha tu bach bacha
hic hic


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusaist of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day : 4240 Post No. : 15456

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No. 9
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We have two movies that qualify to be covered Under the ‘Blog Ten Year challenge 2010-2020’ today (26 february 2020). One is the ‘1958’ movie ‘Chaubees Ghante’ and the other movie is from the ‘Seventies’ i.e. ‘Ahsaas-1979’.

‘Ahsaas’ was released in ‘1979’ that is when I was above eleven years old. Since the movie was released with ‘restricted viewing’ means we had no chance of watching and discussing this movie among out not yet adult friend circle.

One song from this movie was frequently played on radio and had also make its mark in the ‘Binaca Geetmala’ (it ranked eighteenth in the annual list of Binaca Geetmala of 1980). Unlike the movie, its songs were not deemed restricted for adult listening. So listened to this song a lot. This song was the main reason why I and others adolescents like me remembered the name of this movie. That song was ‘sapnon ke shahar ham banaayenge ghar’. I think that this this was the only popular song from this movie at that time.

‘Ahsaas-1979’ was directed by S.K. Suri for ‘Sippy Films Pvt Ltd, Bombay’. S.K. Suri or Surendra Suri also wrote the story and screenplay of this movie. It was produced by G.P. Sippy.

(Atul ji has mentioned in his post here that this movie from the Sippy’s came in between ‘Sholay-1975’ and ‘Shaan-1980’. But with newcomers and also with a new music team).

The cast of ‘Ahsaas’ include the new comers Dina, Parvez, Rakesh Bedi, Kiran Vairale, Sahil and Rita Rani Kaul.

This movie had special appearances of Shammi Kapoor, Shashi Kapoor, Amitabh Bachchan, Simmi, Bindiya Goswami, Bindu, Simple Kapadia and Amjad Khan.

The other supporting cast include Chand Usmani, Leela Mishra, Sunder, Mohan Sheri, Asha Potdar, Arun Desai, Deepak, Raj, Sanjay Kaushik, Ashok Junior, K.S. Deshpande and Dina Nath.

M.S. Shinde was the editor of this movie (He was also the editor of ‘Sholay-1975’).

Dialogues of this movie were written by Suraj Sanim.

This movie had six songs written by Indeevar (five songs) and Ravindra Peepat (one song). Music for this movie was composed by Bappi Lahiri.

Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle and Shailendra Singh gave their voices to the songs of this movie.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 23.10.1979.

So far four songs from this movie have been posted on the blog.

During the preparation of this post I also listened to other songs from this movie. I had not paid attention to them earlier though I might have heard them earlier. I discovered that the other songs are also good, particularly today’s song which appears familiar. Among other songs the first song of the movie which starts with the title is also a nice one and seems to be inspired from ‘ye dosti ham nahin todenge’ (the music is nice but may be the song didn’t get much attention since the movie didn’t go well with the audiences).

Coming back to the songs posted on the blog ten years back, three songs were discussed on that day :-

Song Movie title-Year Remarks
Kitne raanjhe tujhe dekhkar bairaagi ban gaye Ahsaas-1979 04 of 06 songs posted
Aur kuchh der thahar aur kuchh der na jaa Aakhri Khat-1966 All Songs posted
Hame haal e dil tumse kahna hai Chaubees Ghante-1958 05 of 08 songs posted

Let us now listen to today’s song sung by Kishore Kumar and Shailendra Singh. Lyrics are by Indeevar and music is composed by Bappi Lahiri.

(Lyrics are noted as per the audio version which is a longer version with three stanzas)

Video

Audio (longer)

Song-Jo na chhote hain na bade (Ahsaas)(1979) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Shailendra Singh, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Bappi Lahiri
Both

Lyrics ( As per the audio version)

jo naa chhote hai naa bade
badi mushkil mein wo pade ae

jo naa chhote hai naa bade
badi mushkil mein wo pade
jo naa chhote hai naa bade
badi mushkil mein wo pade ae

unki mushkilon ka
ahsaas nahin ee
unke liye waqt kisi ke paas nahin
ho jo naa chhote hai naa bade
badi mushkil mein wo pade

unki mushkilon ka
ahsaas nahin ee
unke liye waqt kisi ke paas nahin
ho jo naa chhote hai naa bade
badi mushkil mein wo pade ae

unke liye naa to baahar ki duniya
unke liye naa to ghar ki duniya
unke liye naa to baahar ki duniya
naa is kinaare
naa us kinaare
ho naa is kinaare ae
naa us kinaare
beech dhaare par hai wo khade
jo naa chhote hai naa bade
badi mushkil mein wo pade ae

unki mushkilon ka
ahsaas nahin ee
unke liye waqt kisi ke paas nahin
ho jo naa chhote hai naa bade
badi mushkil mein wo pade ae

hamko sabhi har baat pe tokey
jo khud karey wo hi karne se roke ae
hamko sabhi har baat pe tokey
karey ham kisise pyaar
chheena ye bhi adhikaar
karey ham kisise pyaar
chheena ye bhi adhikaar
mele mein ham to akele khade
jo naa chhote hai naa bade
badi mushkil mein wo pade ae

unki mushkilon ka
ahsaas nahin ee
unke liye waqt kisi ke paas nahin
ho jo naa chhote hai naa bade
badi mushkil mein wo pade

toofaan umangon ka itnaa jyaada
duniya badalne ka apnaa iraada
toofaan umangon ka itnaa jyaada
hamaara jawaan pyaar
tod dega har deewaar
hamaara jawaan pyaar
tod dega har deewaar
bandhan mein kab tak rahenge jakde
jo naa chhote hai naa bade
badi mushkil mein wo pade ae

unki mushkilon ka
ahsaas nahin ee
unke liye waqt kisi ke paas nahin
ho jo naa chhote hai naa bade
badi mushkil mein wo pade ae

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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जो ना छोटे है ना बड़े
बड़ी मुश्किल में वो पड़े

जो ना छोटे है ना बड़े
बड़ी मुश्किल में वो पड़े
जो ना छोटे है ना बड़े
बड़ी मुश्किल में वो पड़े

उनकी मुश्किलों का
अहसास नहीं ई
उनके लिए वक़्त किसी के पास नहीं
हो जो ना छोटे है ना बड़े
बड़ी मुश्किल में वो पड़े

उनकी मुश्किलों का
अहसास नहीं ई
उनके लिए वक़्त किसी के पास नहीं
हो जो ना छोटे है ना बड़े
बड़ी मुश्किल में वो पड़े ए

उनके लिए ना तो बाहर की दुनिया
उनके लिए ना तो घर की दुनिया
उनके लिए ना तो बाहर की दुनिया
ना इस किनारे
ना उस किनारे
हो ना इस किनारे ए
ना उस किनारे
बीच धारे पर है वो खड़े
जो ना छोटे है ना बड़े
बड़ी मुश्किल में वो पड़े

उनकी मुश्किलों का
अहसास नहीं ई
उनके लिए वक़्त किसी के पास नहीं
हो जो ना छोटे है ना बड़े
बड़ी मुश्किल में वो पड़े ए

हमको सभी हर बात पे टोके
जो खुद करे वो ही करने से रोके ए
हमको सभी हर बात पे टोके
करे हम किसीसे प्यार
छीना ये भी अधिकार
करे हम किसीसे प्यार
छीना ये भी अधिकार
मेले में हम तो अकेले खड़े
जो ना छोटे है ना बड़े
बड़ी मुश्किल में वो पड़े

उनकी मुश्किलों का
अहसास नहीं ई
उनके लिए वक़्त किसी के पास नहीं
हो जो ना छोटे है ना बड़े
बड़ी मुश्किल में वो पड़े

तूफ़ान उमंगों का इतना ज्यादा
दुनिया बदलने का अपना इरादा
तूफ़ान उमंगों का इतना ज्यादा
हमारा जवान प्यार
तोड़ देगा हर दीवार

हमारा जवान प्यार
तोड़ देगा हर दीवार
बंधन में कब तक रहेंगे जकड़े
जो ना छोटे है ना बड़े
बड़ी मुश्किल में वो पड़े ए

उनकी मुश्किलों का
अहसास नहीं ई
उनके लिए वक़्त किसी के पास नहीं
हो जो ना छोटे है ना बड़े
बड़ी मुश्किल में वो पड़े ए


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in 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 : 4210 Post No. : 15407

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No. 5
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Welcome all to this post, where, under the ‘Blog ten-year challenge’, we have another movie which has completed a ‘decade’ on the blog with only one of its song posted on the blog.

This movie is ‘Prem Bandhan-1978’*. And the song ‘main tere pyaar mein paagal’ from this movie was posted on the blog exactly ten years back i.e. on 27.01.2010.

Two more songs were posted on that day and the three songs posted that day were as given below;

Song Movie title-Year Remarks
Door papeeha bola raat aadhi rah gayi Gajre-1948
Husn bhi hai udaas udaas Fareb-1953
Main tere pyaar mein paagal Prem Bandhan-1978

Browsing other songs from ‘Prem Bandhan-1978’ it is clear that only the above-mentioned song of this movie was the most popular song from this movie. It ranked at number 14 in the ‘annual list’ of ‘Binaca Geetmala’ of the year ‘1979’. Since the movie was passed by the Censor Board on 26.12.1978 it must have been released in theatres in around year end 1978 or around first week of January’1979 I guess.

The title song from ‘Ankhiyon Ke Jharokhon Se-1978’ topped the annual list of ‘Binaca Geetmala’ of that year followed by ‘aadmi musaafir hai’ from ‘Apnaapan-1977’.

The other movies released in 1978 and where music was composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal are as given below;

SNo Movie Passed by Censor Board on
01 Aahuti 25.04.1978
02 Amar Shakti 16.09.1978
03 Badalte Rishtey 03.11.1978
04 Chakravyuha 22.07.1978
05 Daakoo Aur Jawaan 22.11.1978
06 Dil Aur Deewaar 08.09.1978
07 Kaalaa Aadmi 23.02.1978
08 Main Tulsi Tere Aangan Ki 14.07.1978
09 Phaansi 04.03.1978
10 Phool Khile Hain Gulshan Gulshan 04.09.1978
11 Prem Bandhan 26.12.1978
12 Saawan Ke Geet 16.02.1978
13 Satyam Shivam Sundaram 22.03.1978

Songs from ‘Satyam Shivam Sundaram’(two songs), ‘Phaansi’(one song), ‘Main Tulsi Tere Aangan Ki’(two songs) made it to the annual list of ‘Binaca Geetmala-1978’.

Coming back to today’s movie, ‘Prem Bandhan-1978’ was directed by Ramanand Sagar for ‘Gouri Films Pvt. Ltd, Bombay’. It was produced by R.R. Nanda. It had Rajesh Khanna, Rekha, Moushami Chatterjee, Vikram, Keshto Mukherjee, Prema Narayan, A.K. Hangal, Lalita Pawar, Helen with Sheetal, Janki Dass, Bhagwan, Gopi Krishna, Mumtaz Begam, Birbal, V. Suri, Brahm Bharadwaj, Satyadev Dubey, Bhakatani, Surinder Bhatia, Manmauji, Ramlal, Kanwar Sarhadi, Dr. Jayant Abhyankar, Narbada Shankar, Chandru Atma, Sunder Taneja, Ram Avtar, Javed Khan.

This movie introduced Rippy Singh, Arvind Trivedi and Madhu Shah. Story of this movie was written by Suhridkar.

The screenplay was written by Ramanand Sagar, Satish Bhatnagar, Suhridkar. Satish Bhatnagar also wrote the dialogues of this movie. Editing of this movie was done by Lachmandass while C.L. Kavish wrote the script of this movie.

Lyrics of this movie were written by Anand Bakshi and music was composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal.

HFGK Vol-V (1971-1980) lists total six number of songs in this movie. The voices of Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle, Mahendra Kapoor, Manna Dey and Chandru Atma were used for the songs in this movie).
(HFGK Vol V mentions the voice of Pankaj in today’s song however in the movie credits his name is not appearing among the list of Singers).

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 26.12.1978.

Only one song from this movie has been posted earlier and the today’s song is the second song from this movie to be posted on the blog.

Today’s song is sung by Pankaj, Asha Bhonsle, and Kishore Kumar. Rajesh Khanna and Rekha are lip syncing in the voices of Kishore Kumar and Asha Bhonsle respectively. Prema Narayan and many others are also seen in the picturization of this song.

The song is interesting and nice to listen to and watch. (I think if the video of the full song would have been available it would have been more enjoyable to watch. None the less we can still listen and enjoy this beautiful composition).

As mentioned above I could not locate the full video of this song. However, the audio of the full song is available and the lyrics are noted as per the audio link of this song. I guess that this song was also edited in the movie or maybe it is edited in the online version of this movie.

I have not watched this movie and I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on the movie and its songs …

This song is also a nice one and I am sure readers will also like this song like me.
Let us now enjoy the today’s song …

Audio (Full)

Video (Partial)

Song-Hoti hai kisi se jab preet (Prem Bandhan)(1978) Singers- Pankaj, Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
Asha Bhonsle+Kishore Kumar
Chorus
Male chorus
Female Chorus

Lyrics

Hoti hai kisi se ae jab preet
Janam leta hai ae koi nayaa geet

Haiyya haiyya
Haiyya ho
Haiyya haiyya

Haiyya haiyya
Haiyya ho
Haiyya haiyya

Didhim naatim didhim naatim
didhim naatim
Daiyya

(Haiyya haiyya
Haiyya ho
Haiyya haiyya
)

Haiyya haiyya
Haiyya ho
Haiyya haiyya

Ho o o o o o naiyya ka maanjhi
Maanjhi ki naiyya

(Haiyya haiyya
Ho ho
Haiyya haiyya
)

Haiyya haiyya
Haiyya ho
Haiyya haiyya

Hoti hai kisise jab preet
Janam leta hai koi nayaa geet
Jise gaate hain galiyon mein log
Rama
Lagtaa hai ishq ka rog
Ho lagtaa hai ishq ka rog

Haiyya haiyya
Haiyya ho
Haiyya haiyya

Hoti hai kisise jab preet
Janam leta hain koi nayaa geet
Jise gaate hai galiyon mein log
Rama
Lagtaa hai ishq ka rog
Ho lagtaa hai ishq ka rog

Ghar mein gali mein ae ae ae ae ae ae
jee nahin lagtaa
Jee nahin lagtaa
Achchha buraa kuchh nahin lagtaa
Jee nahin lagtaa
Oye
Jee nahin lagtaa
Kuchh iska kaaran
Hota hai saajan
Kaahe lete hai
Kaahe lete hai jogi jog
Rama

Lagtaa hai ishq ka rog
Ho lagtaa hai ishq ka rog

Ho ho ho o
Ho ho ho ho o
Ho ho ho o
Ho ho ho ho o

Aa haa aa aa

Ho ho ho o
Ho ho ho ho o
Ho ho ho o
Ho ho ho ho o

Ho ho ho o o o o o

Aa

Ho ho ho o
Ho ho ho ho o

Aa
Aa

Ho ho ho o
Ho ho ho ho o

Aa haa

Ho ho ho o
Ho ho ho ho o

Aa haa

Jaane kahaan se chalti hai dhaaraa
Jaane kahaan se chalti hai dhaaraa
O ho o o
Jaane kahaan se chalti hai dhaaraa
Jaane kahaan milta hai kinaaraa
Kab kaise dekho do premiyon ko
O o o o

Milaa dete hain
Milaa dete hain ye sanjog
Ramaa
Lagtaa hai ishq ka rog
Ho lagtaa hai ishq ka rog

Sach kehti hai duiyaa ye saari
Sach kehti hai duiyaa ye saari
Ye preet aisi ek chingaari
Ye preet aisi ek chingaari
Lagti nahin ye
Bujhti nahin ye
Jal jaate hai
Jal jaate hain isme log
Rama
Lagtaa hai ishq ka rog
Ho lagtaa hai ishq ka rog
Hoti hai kisise jab preet
Janam leta hai koi nayaa geet
Jise gaate hain galiyon mein log
Rama
Lagtaa hai ishq ka rog
Ho lagtaa hai ishq ka rog

Lagtaa hain ae ae ae ae
O lagtaa aa aa aa aa
Rog
Lagtaa hai ae ae
Ishq ka aa aa aa rog
Ho ishq ka rog
Rama aa haan aa
Ho o Rama
Ho o Rama


This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day : 4205 Post No. : 15395

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

A brief list of shelved films of Vijay Anand.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

 

Video

Audio

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

Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


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“Raees”(1976) was directed by Vishu Raje. It had Yogita Bali, Kiran Kumar, A K Hangal, Utpal Dutt, Sulochana (Ruby Meyers), Gulshan Arora, Ramesh Deo, Helen, Aruna Irani etc in it.

This obscure movie had four songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Raees”(1976) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Kishore Kumar. Naqsh Llayalpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Sapan Jagmohan.

Only the audio of the song seems to be available as of now. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of the song.

With this song, “Raees”(1976) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Duniya mein kya kya hota hai pyaare(Raees)(1976) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Naqsh Llayalpuri, MD-Sapan Jagmohan

Lyrics

Duniya mein kya kya hota hai pyaare
Duniya mein kya kya chalta hai pyaare
tu kya samjhe
tu kya jaane
tu kya samjhe
tu kya jaane
duniya abhi toone nahin dekhi
Duniya mein kya kya hota hai pyaare
arre Duniya mein kya kya chalta hai pyaare
chal aage badh andhernagri mein

karta hai koi kaala dhandhaa
kaala dhandhaa
khot ka koi hai vyopaari
kyaa
haan baaba
Bhagwaan bechta hai
mandir ka har pujaari
Hariom
ginti ke lakhpati yahaan
laakhon yahaan bhikhaari
arre tu kya chhamjhe
tu kya jaane
tu kya samjhe
tu kya jaane
duniya abhi toone nahin dekhi
Duniya mein kya kya hota hai pyaare
aur aage badh
kuchh aur dikhaata hoon

duniya mein aane ki izaajat
haan jee permission
hamne kisi se kahaan li thhi
yoon hi tapak pade
jab aa gaye hain ham tum
raahon mein zindagi ki
aansoo bahaa ke kaise
manzil miley khushi ki
tu kya samjhe
tu kya jaane re
tu kya samjhe
tu kya jaane
duniya abhi toone nahin dekhi
Duniya mein kya kya hota hai pyaare


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Blog Day : 4190 Post No. : 15371

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-20) – Song No. 1
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Welcome all to this first post under the ‘Blog 10-Year Challenge’ in this year “2020”, where we will be going back to the movies represented on the blog in the year “2010”.

Today we begin our journey in this year with a not-so-popular but yet a nice hummable song from the movie ‘Aashiq Hoon Bahaaron Ka-1977’. I had planned the post in the month of December’2019 itself when I had browsed for the movies represented in the month of January’2010.

However, I had not selected the song for the post then. The song that readily came to my mind was the ‘title song’ of this movie and since it had not been posted I thought I would present this one. But when I listened to the other song remaining from this movie, I like it and presenting the same today, since it also talks of a ‘journey’ and a ‘continuing journey’ without reaching the ‘destination’.😊

We, on the blog, have already entered in the thirteenth ‘calendar year’ for the blog since its inception in 2008, and we have still a long way to go and many new ‘topics’ to be explored and this song perfectly sets the tune for another entertaining musical year ahead …

So far, the following three songs from this movie have been posted on the blog earlier;

Song Posted on
mashrique-se-jo-nikle-maghrib-mein-kho-gaye 07.01.2010
I-am-in-love-you-are-in-love 18.07.2013
mere-gorey-gaalon-ka 20.03.2014

This movie had total five songs in it and the two remaining songs to be posted are;
‘nahin dekha kabhi pehle … main aashiq hoon bahaaron ka’
‘tera dil kya kehta hai mera dil to ye kehta hai’

(and if the listing of songs given in HFGK Vol V is in correct order of appearance of the songs in this movie, the above two songs remaining are the first and the last song appearing in this movie).

Looking back ten years back i.e. on 07.10.2010 the following two movies were represented on the blog ten years back (in ascending order of presentation).

Song Movie title-Year Remarks
Gudiya hamse roothi rahogi Dosti-1964 All songs covered on the blog
Mashrique se jo aaye … Aashiq Hoon Bahaaron Ka-1977 03 of 05 songs posted so far

“Aashiq Hoon Bahaaron Ka-1977” was directed by J. Omprakash for ‘Shiv Kala Mandir’, Bombay. S.K. Chand was its Chief Assistant Director.

“Aashiq Hoon Bahaaron Ka-1977” was produced by K.K. Talwar and Raj Bathija. It had Rajesh Khanna, Zeenat Aman, Danny Dengongpa with Asrani and Om Prakash. Sulochana makes a special appearance in this movie. Its supporting cast includes Rehman, Preeti Ganguly, Pinchoo Kapoor, Madhup Sharma, Julie and Nadira.

Story and screenplay of this movie was written by Ram Kelkar. Its dialogues were written by Ramesh Pant. Editing of this movie was done by Pratap Dave and Prakash Dave.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 18.11.1977.

This movie had total five songs in it and only Lata Mangeshkar and Kishore Kumar gave their voices to the songs in this movie where Lata Mangeshkar had one solo song, Kishore Kumar had three solo songs and there was only one duet sung by them.

Lyrics for all the five songs were penned by Anand Bakshi and music was composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal.

Today’s song is the fourth song from this movie to appear on the blog.

I think that, other than the title song of this movie and the song ‘I am in love’, the other songs were not very much popular, though I find the today’s song a nice hummable and an enjoying one. (also, I do not remember to have listened to the today’s song earlier before taking it for the presentation in this post).

I have not watched this movie so I cannot say much about it. I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on the movie and its songs …

Let us now enjoy this song …

(The songs is picturized on Rajesh Khanna and Zeenat Aman and many others are seen in the picturization of this song which is picturized on foreign locations).

Video

Audio

Song-Tera dil kya kehta hai (Aashiq Hoon Bahaaron Ka)(1977) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

(dialogues from the video link are not included)

Hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm
Hmm hmm hmm
Haa
Aa ha haa
Aa ha haa

Tera dil kya kehta hai
Mera dil to ye kehta hai
Yoon hi raston pe
chalte jaayen ham
Aur manzil kabhi bhi naa aaye
Hey la la laa
La la laa
La la laa
La la laa
Laa aa
Tera dil kya kehta hai
Mera dil to ye kehta hai
Yoon hi raston pe
chalte jaayen ham
Aur manzil kabhi bhi naa aaye
Hey la la laa
La la laa
La la laa
La la laa
Laa aa

Manzil jo nazdeek aayegi
Manzil jo nazdeek aayegi
Tu mujhse door chali jaayegi
Tere jaane ke baad
Teri yaad aayegi
Tere jaane ke baad
Teri yaad aayegi
Main tujh ko kahaan dhoondhoongaa
Tera pataa kis’se poochhoonga
Yoon hi raston pe
chalte jaayen ham
Aur manzil kabhi bhi naa aaye
Hey la la laa
La la laa
La la laa
La la laa
Laa aa

Mujhko to neend nahin aayegi
Mujhko to neend nahin aayegi
Tu kya mujhe bhool jaayegi
Mere jaane ke baad
Meri yaad aayegi
Mere jaane ke baad
Meri yaad aayegi
Achchhaa hai is doori se
Phir milne ki majboori se
Yoon hi raston pe
chalte jaayen ham
Aur manzil kabhi bhi naa aaye
Hey la la laa
La la laa
La la laa
La la laa
Laa aa

Tera dil kya kehta hai
Mera dil to ye kehta hai
Yoon hi raston pe
chalte jaayen ham
Aur manzil kabhi bhi naa aaye
Hey la la laa
La la laa
La la laa
La la laa
Laa aa

la la laa
La la laa
La la laa
La la laa
Hmm mm

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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हम्म हम्म हम्म
हम्म हम्म हम्म
हा
आ हा हा
आ हा हा
तेरा दिल क्या कहता है
मेरा दिल तो ये कहता है
यूं ही रस्तों पे
चलते जाएँ हम
और मंजिल कभी भी ना आये
हे ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ला आ
तेरा दिल क्या कहता है
मेरा दिल तो ये कहता है
यूं ही रस्तों पे
चलते जाएँ हम
और मंजिल कभी भी ना आये
हे ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ला आ
मंज़िल जो नज़दीक आएगी
मंज़िल जो नज़दीक आएगी
तू मुझसे दूर चली जायेगी
तेरे जाने के बाद
तेरी याद आएगी
तेरे जाने के बाद
तेरी याद आएगी
मैं तुझ को कहाँ ढूंढूंगा
तेरा पता किस से पूछूंगा
यूं ही रस्तों पे
चलते जाएँ हम
और मंजिल कभी भी ना आये
हे ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ला आ
मुझको तो नींद नहीं आएगी
मुझको तो नींद नहीं आएगी
तू क्या मुझे भूल जायेगी
मेरे जाने के बाद
मेरी बाद याद आएगी
मेरे जाने के बाद
मेरी बाद याद आएगी
अच्छा है इस दूरी से
फिर मिलने कि मजबूरी से
यूं ही रस्तों पे
चलते जाएँ हम
और मंजिल कभी भी ना आये
हे ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ला आ
तेरा दिल क्या कहता है
मेरा दिल तो ये कहता है
यूं ही रस्तों पे
चलते जाएँ हम
और मंजिल कभी भी ना आये
हे ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ला आ
ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ल ल ला
हम्म म्म


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Blog Day : 4187 Post No. : 15368

Hullo Atuldom

Today is the date when we think of our favourite innovator of the 70s and 80s. The songs he composed for his debut, in the 1961 released “Chhote Nawaab”, were of a different flavour from the music he created in his later years. Of course, I don’t need to mention that today is Pachamda a.k.a R D Burman’s remembrance day.

It is 26 years since his passing and we, his fans, still talk of him in present tense. We do not tire of describing his love for experimenting with sounds- using a glass and spoon or broom and comb to create the opening note of a song; or asking an artist to gargle warm water to provide a dramatic effect to a scene. Asha Bhonsle has often mentioned how she had to practice breathing to sing “piya tu ab toh aaja”.

My quest for a song to go with this post lead me to the blog’s “List-of-songs-by-movies” page of the blog and I found that we have yiippeeeed all of RD’s initial movies viz: – Chhote Nawab, Bhoot Bangla, Teesra Kaun, Teesri Manzil, Pati Patni, Chandan ka palna, Bahaaron Ke Sapne, Abhilasha, Pyaar Ka Mausam, and Waaris i.e. his contribution to the world of HFM in the 60s has been fully represented on the blog.

Of the movies of the next decade, the more popular ones are yiippeeeed and that is a longer list which I recommend the readers to find for themselves. Same is the case with movies of the 80s where we find that many popular movies are yet to even debut on the blog and some are one or two songs away from being yyiippeeeed. That means we are spoiled for choice as to which song will go with the post. Then the next point to be considered is whether we want a song sung by Panchamda or just a song with just his music. Then I thought if I wanted a solo, duet- all male or male-female duet etc etc. The possible songs kept changing even as I wrote the post and finally, I did an akad-bakad-bambe-boo and landed on this song which will help the concerned movie attain Yiippeeeehood.

Following songs from the movie have been covered so far:

Sapna mera toot gaya
Hamne tumko dekha tumne hamko dekha aise
khullam khulla pyaar karenge hum donon
Ek main aur ek tu

For the story and personal thoughts connected with “Khel Khel Mein” a visit to the above posts will suffice. Today’s song is perfect for the weather North of India and many parts of the northern hemisphere of the world are currently experiencing- supremely cold winds and snow in many areas. I have seen this movie a number of times. If I am not wrong, other than at the time of its release in the 70s, only the mukhada and first antara are there in the movie. With this Khel Khel Mein has attained Yyiippeeeehood.

Let us get to the song without much ado. It is an RDB- Gulshan Bawra- Kishore Kumar- Asha Bhosle classic.


Song-Aaye lo pyaar ke din aaye (Khel Khel Mein)(1975) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Gulshan Bawra, MD-R D Burman
Both

Lyrics

aaye lo pyaar ke din aaye
mil jaane de apne saayein
woh bhi iss tarah,
mil jaayen jis tarah
lehron se lehrein jawaan hoke
aaja re aaja re,
aaja re aaja re
aaja re aaja re,
aaja re aaja re
aaja re aaja re

aaye lo pyar ke din aaye
mil jaane de apne saayein
woh bhi iss tarah,
mil jaayen jis tarah
lehron se lehrein jawaan hoke
aaja re aaja re

aaja re aaja re
aaja re aaja re
aaja re aaja re
aaja re aaja re
aaye lo pyar ke din aaye

sang chalein toh manzil door nahin hai
jahaan bhi tu hai manzil meri wahin hai
ho ho ho
sang chale to manzil dur nahin hai
arre jahan bhi tu hai manzil meri wahin hai
yeh kaarvaan chalta rahe
chaahe jahaan jalta rahe
aaye lo pyar ke din aaye
mil jaane de apne saaye
wo bhi is tarah,
mil jayen jis tarah
lehron se lehrein jawaan hoke
aaja re aaja re

aaja re aaja re
aaja re aaja re
aaja re aaja re
aaja re aaja re
aaye lo pyar ke din aaye

yoon hi rahein nazar mein jawaan nazaare
iss vaadi mein gunje geet hamare
ho ho ho
yoon hi rahein nazar mein jawaan nazaare

iss vaadi mein gunje geet hamare
hansti rahe yeh zindagi
badhti rahe dil ki lagi

aaye lo pyar ke din aaye
mil jaane de apne saaye
wo bhi is tarah,
mil jayen jis tarah
lehron se lehrein jawaan hoke
aaja re aaja re
aaja re aaja re
aaja re aaja re,
aaja re aaja re
aaja re aaja re
aaye lo pyar ke din aaye
mil jaane de apne saaye
woh bhi iss tarah,
mil jaayen jis tarah
lehron se lehrein jawaan hoke
aaja re aaja re

aaja re aaja re
aaja re aaja re
aaja re aaja re
aaja re aaja re
aaja re aaja re

he
ho
he
ho
he
ho
he
ho


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“Jaagir”(1984) was produced and directed by Pramod Chakraborty for Pramod Films, Bombay. The movie had Dharmendra, Zeenat Aman, Mithun Chakraborty, Shoma Anand, Amrish Puri, Preeti Sapru, Danny Denzongpa, Ranjeet, Beena Bannerjee, Azad, Bharat Bhushan, Birbal, R.S.Chopra, Bob Christo, Tarun Ghosh, Iftekhar, Kamal Kapoor, Praveen Kumar, Pran, Subroto Mahapatra, Baby Pinky, Sujeet Kumar, Mac Mohan, Master Ravi, Amol Sen, Asit Sen, Sunder Taneja, Ashalata Wabgaonkar etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it.

One of these songs was a new year song. Today (1 january 2020) is an ideal occasion to cover this song.

So here is this new year song from “Jaagir”(1984). This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar and chorus. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.

The song is picturised as a stage dance performance on Zeenat Aman, Dharmendra etc. House full audience, including Raj Kishore, Subroto Mahapatra, Amrish Puri, Shoma Anand, Ranjeet, Preeti Sapru, Praveen Kumar,Sunder Taneja(anouncer) are present on the occasion. Amrish Puri and Ranjeet receive call (on landline phone, brought to them on their chairs) that their nefarious business has been foiled and the main person was donning an orange boiler suit. And Ranjeet recalls having seen this boiler suited man onstage. So he obviously plans his next move as soon as the song finishes. 🙂 Our villains never act till the song performance is over !

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

I take this opportunity to wish everyone a very happy new year 2020. 2020 has a nice sring about it, especially because we are already familiar with 2020 format of cricket :). Let us hope that this year will see quick fire action in our lives and also in the blog, similar to the action that we are used to seeing in a 2020 game of cricket.

With this song, “Jaagir”(1984) makes its debut in the blog.

Audio

Video

Song-Sach kehta hai ye saara zamaana…Naya naya hota hai puraana puraana (Jaagir)(1984) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-R D Burman
Female chorus
Male chorus

Lyrics

sach kehtaa hai
hey sach kehtaa hai
ye saaraa zamaanaa
sach kehtaa hai
ye saaraa zamaanaa
nayaa nayaa hota hai
puraanaa puraanaa
nayaa nayaa hota hai
puraanaa puraanaa

ye to kahaawat hai barson puraani
socho nayee koyee chhedo kahaani
yaa hamse keh do
yaa hamse keh do
ke hamne ye maanaa

yaa hamse keh do
ke hamne ye maanaa

nayaa nayaa hota hai
puraanaa puraanaa

arrey nayaa nayaa hota hai
puranaa puranaa

(crowd cheering sound)

naye mein chamak hai
puraane mein kyaa hai
bolo
ho o naye mein chamak hai
puraane mein kyaa hai
naya kuchch na ho to
zamaane mein kyaa hai
chamaktaa hai jo kuchch
nahin hai woh sona
puraanaa hai insaan
nayaa hai khilauna
khilaune ki jhoothhi
khilaune ki jhoothhi chamak pe na jaanaa

khilaune ki jhoothhi chamak pe na jaanaa
o Bandhu
nayaa nayaa hota hai
puraanaa puraanaa

arrey nayaa nayaa hota hai
puraanaa puraanaa

(dialogues)

mihabbat ki banti hai jo ik nishaani
mihabbat ki banti hai jo ik nishaani
woh hoti hai tasveer koyee puraani
miley chand saathi puraane jahaan par
yehi baat aati hai sab ki zubaan par
nayaa yaar koyee
nayaa yaar koyee lateefaa sunaanaa

arrey nayaa yaar koyee lateefaa sunaanaa
nayaa nayaa hota hai
puraanaa puraanaa

arrey nayaa nayaa hota hai
puraanaa puraanaa

jahaan kal khade thhe
wahin ke wahin ho o
samjhe
jahaan kal khadey thhe
wahin ke wahin ho
tumhaaraa zamaanaa
gayaa tum yahin ho
ab aur hum kyaa kahein soniyyo
sab kuchch to aap keh gayeen

zameen par ho tum
aur hum aasmaan par
huaa kyaa lagaa chhupp ka
taalaa zubaan par
nahin yaad kyaa aaa
nahin yaad kya aur koyee bahaanaa
nahin yaad kya
aur koyee bahaanaa

nayaa nayaa hota hai
puraanaa puraanaa aa
nayaa nayaa hota hai
puraanaa puraanaa

sach kehtaa hai
ye saaraa zamaanaa
sach kehtaa hai
ye saaraa zamaanaa

nayaa nayaa hota hai
puraanaa puraanaa aa
nayaa nayaa hota hai
puraanaa puraanaa


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