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This article is written by Peevesie’s Mom, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in 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 :

3895 Post No. : 14935 Movie Count :

4077

Hullo to all in Atuldom

So, there is this thing called the 10-year challenge going-on on Facebook, at least I saw a few of my friend’s post “Then and Now” pictures. Atulji also has started something similar on the blog with this post “Inteha Ho Gai Intezaar Ki“. I found this more inspiring to participate in and I was thinking of how my association with this blog began exactly 10 years ago when my daughter stumbled on to this blog (I know I have mentioned this a number of times, sorry for repeating). Then she saw that Atulji is kind enough to post songs requested by readers (followers) – there is a dedicated ‘farmaishes’ page on the blog.

As I sat to write on my 10-year journey with the blog I thought of the first date I landed on this treasure house of lyrics and videos. I don’t remember the exact date, it must be either the 13th or 14th March as it was on 15-3-2019 Peevesie’s first farmaish got posted; a song from the Dev Anand-Nutan starrer ‘Manzil’ (1960).

From then on whenever my daughter browsed the site, I would be sitting next to her. That was the period when we had only one computer in the family and each one was allotted a fixed time slot on the internet and if there was some incoming call, we used to lose net-connectivity as ours was still the dial-up connection. It was a few years later that we switched to broadband. And the switch to broadband also was needed when the kids (who were students then) needed their own lap-tops. Times have changed and I am the only broadband user and everyone has data connect on their mobiles to which they hook their laptops most often.

Oh, I am deviating from my 10-year story.

Then on 19th March I was with Peevesie when she posted a comment to this song “Jaaneman Tum Kamaal Karti Ho” . This was followed by a comment for “Dil Aaj Shaayar Hai. . .“. Oh, we have been ustaads at commenting because the next day I visited the blog and commented on “Logon Ka Dil Agar Jeetna Tumko Hai To“. And Peevesie’s Mom was born.

From then on, I learnt how to navigate the blog, comment on it and post farmaishes. And took on Atulji’s encouragement “Nice to have your say on this song. Please offer your comments regularly as they help me to come up with songs that I may not otherwise be aware of.” And have stayed on since then.

First time I commented from my own id was for the song “Phir Tumhaari Yaad Aai Hai Sanam“. For this song Atulji’s write-up was short and crisp, his only objective being sharing his priceless discovery, that song is indeed a gem. This post also has our Rajaji in a different avatar, don’t know why he didn’t continue. (Rajaji please answer)

My first song as a contributor – first with lyrics and then with posts- came much later. I don’t remember when I started using this “Hullo to all Atulites” but I somehow liked the idea of addressing the followers of the blog. I also don’t remember which was the first song I sent to celebrate a celebrity’s birthday. But continuing that habit here is one more.
[Editor’s Note: It was “Mere Yaar Ko Mere Allah, De Ek Chaand Sa Pyaara Lalla“, on 25th September, 2012.]

But as is the norm set by Atulji in his first post of this series on ’10-year challenge’ here is a list of songs that were posted on 18th March 2009.

Na Jaane Kahaan Tum The
Rehte The Kabhi Jinke Dil Me
Phul Gendwa Na Maaro
Jaa Jaa Jaa Mere Bachpan
Aati Rahengi Bahaarein
Jalta Hai Jiya Mera
Jee Chaahe Jee Chaahe

As I revisited these posts, I see that all the posts were short and crisp with a punchline that brought a smile to the lips. These punchlines were termed ATULISM by Rajaji.

Sample this from the simple post that accompanied the song “Aati Rahengi Bahaarein” from ‘Kasme Vaade’-

Here Amitabh Bachchan, a college professor lives in a palatial residence in such opulence that would give the Nizam of Hyderabad a complex. And only three people live in this palace and one cannot see a single domestic help anywhere. 🙂

Coming back to the purpose of this post – to remember Shashi Kapoor on his 81st birthday. Its already more than a full calendar year since he passed away; time has really flown. I had written down the story synopsis for the accompanying song a long time ago. I had wanted to send this post in 2013 when Shashi would have turned 76.

‘Atithee’ is a 1978 Shashi Kapoor- Shabana Azmi- Shatrughan Sinha- Vidya Sinha movie which I suppose didn’t do very well at the box office. Not much is there on the net other than the synopsis which IMDB.com gives. And I quote

Navendhu Kumar lives a poor lifestyle with his handicapped father, Mohan, housewife mom, two unmarried sisters, Leela and Rajni, a younger brother, Kundan, and a sweetheart in Meena. He works for Avinash Gupta, however, when differences occur, he is framed by Gupta for breaking and entering, arrested by the police, tried in court, and exiled from the town for a period of 12 months. After he leaves, the family is almost destitute and is exploited by Gupta. Then some months later, a young man, Anand, comes to visit them, informing them that Navendhu has sent him. He gives them some money for day to day expenses, gets some clothes for everyone, and a wheelchair for Mohan. He arranges the marriage of Rajni with her boyfriend, Ajay, despite strong opposition from Gupta, and falls in love with Leela. What the Kumar family does not know is that Anand is a fugitive on the run from the police in Bombay, and he harbors a dark secret that will change their lives forever.

To this, I had added,

Actually, what put me on this movie is the song which was posted on ASAD on 15th May 2013. In comments to that song from ‘Manoranjan’ (1974) I had mentioned about a Shashi Kapoor song that uses ‘Goya’ ‘Chunke’ ‘Kintu’ ‘Parantu’ etc and Harveypam(ji) said he only faintly remembered it. Then I sat and searched for the song and decided that it is going to be posted on March 18th that is Shashi Kapoor’s birthday. Today is his 76th birthday.

The song is written by Verma Malik, music is by Kalyanji Anandji and the singing voice is Kishore Kumar. In the song we see Shashi Kapoor playing a kind of love guru to Gayatri and her boyfriend (cannot identify him) a nice fun song so lets enjoy.

And be reminded of the cute charming smile of Shashi Kapoor. 🙂

Video


Audio

Song – Kya Karoon Mujhko Time Nahin (Atithee) (1978) Singer – Kishore Kumar, Lyrics – Verma Malik, MD – Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

arre bhai ek baat yaad aayi hai
aate aate
haalan ke
lekin
magar
goya
choon ke
chunanche
kintu
parantu
socha hai ke
keh doon jaate jaate
kya
ek baat aayi hai aate aate
ek baat aayi hai aate aate
ke socha kehdoon..oo..oo..oo
jaate jaate
ke socha kehdoon..oo..oo॰॰oo
jaate jaate
aur chaahta bhi hoon keh doon yahin
keh doon
bolo
haalan ke lekin magar goya choon ke chunache kintu parantu
kya karoon time nahi
haalan ke lekin magar goya choon ke chunache kintu parantu
kya karoon time nahin
kya karoon mujhko time nahin

dekho pyar karo tum aisa
aa aa aa aaa aaa
dekho pyar karo tum aisa
duniya karti hai jaisa
mera matlab hai ki aisa
tum samajh gaye na kaisa
ek duje ko lo tum jaanch
pyar pe dekho dekho aaye na aanch

arey
arey char bajne me paanch
mar gaye

arey aur bhi main samjhata yahin
arey aur bhi main samjhata yahin
kuch aur bhi main batlata yahin
haalan ke lekin magar goya choon ke chunache kintu parantu
kya karoon time nahin
kya karoon mujhko time nahin

arey bhai ek aur kahani yaad aa gayi
ha ha ha ha haa
ek aur kahani yaad aayi
da da daan
da da daan da
da dada daan da daada
ek choti si kahani thi
hmm mmm
ek raja ek rani thi
hmm mmm
ek choti si kahani thi
ek raja ek rani thi
rani ki jo naani thi 
aankh se woh kaani thi
aankh se jo kaani thi
rani ki wo naani thi
kaani thi naani thi
rani ki wo naani thi
naani naani naani
kaani kaani kaani
naani kaani naani kaani thi
arrey kuch bhi thi to kya hua
magar din raat yahi kehti thi
kehti thi wo ek hi baat
pyar me rahkna
haathon me haath
haan haan haathon me haath

arey mari paanch bajne me saat
mar gaya mera baap

arey aur bhi main samjhaata yahin
arey aur bhi main samjhaata yahin
kuch aur bhi main batlaata yahin
haalan ke lekin magar goya choon ke chunache kintu parantu
parantu
parantu
kya karoon time nahin
kya karoon mujhko time nahin

arey
arey ye dono premi kahaan chale gaye

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir Kapur)
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अरे भई एक बात याद आई है
आते आते
हालांकि
लेकिन
मगर
गोया
चूंकि
चुनाञ्चे
किन्तु
परंतु
सोचा है के
कह दूँ जाते जाते
क्या
एक बात आई है आते आते
एक बात आई है आते आते
के सोचा कह दूँ॰॰ऊं॰॰ऊं॰॰ऊं
जाते जाते
के सोचा कह दूँ॰॰ऊं॰॰ऊं॰॰ऊं
जाते जाते
और चाहता भी हूँ कह दूँ यहीं
कह दूँ
बोलो
हालांकि लेकिन मगर गोया चूँकि चुनांचे किन्तु परंतु
क्या करूँ टाइम नहीं
क्या करूँ मुझको टाइम नहीं

देखो प्यार करो तुम ऐसा
अ अ आ
अ अ आ
अ अ आ आ
देखो प्यार करो तुम ऐसा
दुनिया करती है जैसा
मेरा मतलब है कि ऐसा
तुम समझ गए ना कैसा’
एक दूजे को लो तुम जांच
प्यार पे देखो देखो आए ना आंच

अरे
अरे चार बजने में पाँच
मर गए

अरे और भी मैं समझाता यहीं
अरे और भी मैं समझाता यहीं
कुछ और भी मैं बतलाता यहीं
हालांकि लेकिन मगर गोया चूँकि चुनांचे किन्तु परंतु
क्या करूँ टाइम नहीं
क्या करूँ मुझको टाइम नहीं

अरे भई एक और कहानी याद आ गई
ह ह ह ह हा
एक और कहानी याद आई
ड ड डां
ड ड डां डा
ड डाडा डां डा डाडा
एक छोटी सी कहानी थी
हम्म हम्म
एक राजा एक रानी थी
हम्म हम्म
एक छोटी सी कहानी थी
एक राजा एक रानी थी
रानी कि जो नानी थी
आँख से वो कानी थी
आँख से जो कानी थी
रानी कि वो नानी थी
कानी थी नानी थी
रानी कि वो नानी थी
नानी नानी नानी
कानी कानी कानी
नानी कानी नानी कानी थी
अरे कुछ भी थी तो क्या हुआ
मगर दिन रात यही कहती थी
कहती थी वो एक ही बात
प्यार में रखना
हाथों में हाथ
हाँ हाँ हाथों में हाथ

अरे मरी पाँच बजने में सात
मर गया मेरा बाप

अरे और भी मैं समझाता यहीं
अरे और भी मैं समझाता यहीं
कुछ और भी मैं बतलाता यहीं
हालांकि लेकिन मगर गोया चूँकि चुनांचे किन्तु परंतु
क्या करूँ टाइम नहीं
क्या करूँ मुझको टाइम नहीं

अरे
अरे ये दोनों प्रेमी कहाँ चले गए

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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 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 : 3883 Post No. : 14910

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2009-19) – Song No. 12
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Ten years ago, this day in 2009, the film ‘Darling Darling’ made its debut on our blog. This 1977 production from Fortune Films International, has six songs. The song that brought in this film to our blog is the Kishore Kumar favorite – “Aise Na Mujhe Tum Dekho”.

Then, over the past decade, only one more song of this film was added. And now, in the 10 Year Challenge series, we are bringing on the third song of this film. An interesting side thought – maybe in the years to come, this blog and its data, relating to various stats, as well as patterns of how the films went from debut to yippee, will become fodder for PhD research projects at universities that have film studies departments. Research scholars will be analyzing such data to find correlations between the patterns of appearance of the songs of a film, and the perceived quality of its music, and its popularity curve. Interesting food for thought, right?

This 1977 film of Dev Anand, is not his own Navketan production. It was still the 1970s, and despite a descending graph, Dev Anand was still in demand enough to be called upon by other friendly production houses to play the lead role. In 1977, he was in his 54th year, and still going strong as the hero.

The film, from the banner of Fortune Films International, was directed by Gogi Anand. The star cast of this film reveals many a names which can be considered as fixtures in Dev Anand films; check out the names – Dev Anand, Zeenat Aman, Mehmood, Jeevan, Nadira, Dhiraj Kumar, Poonam, Durga Khote, Sajjan, Helen, Ranjan, Raj Verma, Shivraj, Shaifali, V Gopal, Jankidas, Hercules, Jhankna Desai, Geeta Khanna, Juliyan, Baby Guddi, Baby Padmini, Monto, Sheikh, Beerbal, Shahid Bijnauri, and Dhanna.

This song is performed in a mental asylum – a device that is used by directors to inject free format comic relief into the storyline. Dev Anand and Mehmood are leading the song performance. Dev Anand is sporting a full  beard as part of a disguise, and Mehmood appears in a tie and his birthday suit – well, almost 🙂 . As the song progresses, one realizes that they are on a search and rescue mission of some sort, as we see interludes of familiar faces as captives under duress. We get fleeting glimpses of Zeenat Aman, Sajjan and Nadira. We have already had a glimpse of Jeevan, in the very first scene of this song, leaving the premises with a large suitcase in his hand. One can also identify junior actor Sheikh, just behind Dev Anand and Mehmood, as the opening lines of this song are being rendered. I am sure there are more junior artists in this crowd of ‘mad’ persons which can be named, but I am not able to identify more.
[Note: Regulars will recall actor Sheikh – he has performed on screen, the iconic qawwaali “Hamen To Loot Liya Mil Ke Husn Waalon Ne“, in the film ‘Al Hilal’ (1958).]

The song is penned by Anand Bakshi and the music composition is by RD Burman. The singing voices are of Kishore Kumar and Mehmood.

This brings on the third song of this film – across a span of ten years. 🙂

Song – O Laila, Tujhe Dhoondhe Tera Chhaila  (Darling Darling) (1977) Singer – Kishore Kumar, RD Burman, Lyrics – Anand Bakshi, MD – RD Burman
Unidentified Male Voice
Chorus

Lyrics

o laila..aa
tujhe dhoondhe tera chhaila..aa

o laila..aa
tujhe dhoondhe tera chhaila..aa

haa haa haa haa haa haa
ye sach hai
ya filmi gaana hai

ye duniya kya hai
ye duniya paagal khaana hai
paagal khaane ke andar ik paagal khaana hai
arre ye duniya kya hai
ye duniya paagal khaana hai
paagal khaane ke andar ik paagal khaana hai
jitney baahar hain
un ko ik din andar aana hai
o laila..aa
tujhe dhoondhe tera chhaila..aa
o laila..aa
tujhe dhoondhe tera chhaila..aa
arre jitney baahar hain
un ko ik din andar aana hai
hai hai hai

kahin na kahin
yahaan ya wahaan
arre kahaan
wahaan
yahaan
wahaan
yahaan nahin
wahaan nahin
wahaan nahin
yahaan nahin
wahaan

jamuna ke teer
laila ko dhoondhe
jamuna ke teer
laila ko dhoondhe
jamuna ke teer
jamuna ke teer
jamuna ke teer
kya bolne ka kamaal hai sachchi

is dil mein
ya is ghar mein
is dil mein
ya is ghar mein
kahin na kahin
arre aag lagi hai

arre dhuaan hi dhuaan hai bhai dhuaan

is mein sabko jal jaan hai
paagal khaana hai
arre paagal khaane ke andar ik paagal khaana hai
ke jitney baahar hain
un ko yak din andar aana hai
hai hai hai
o laila..aa
tujhe dhoondhe tera chhaila..aa
o laila..aa
tujhe dhoondhe tera chhaila..aa

hum premee hain deewaane nahin hain
hum panchhi hain parwaane nahin hain
hum premee hain deewaane nahin hain
hum panchhi hain parwaane nahin hain
hum ud jaayenge
humko jakad lo
zanzeeren laao
laao laao
in ko jakad lo
jakad lo

mushkil hum ko samjhaana hai
paagal khaan hai
arre paagal khaane ke andar ik paagal khaana hai
ke jitney baahar hain
un ko yak din andar aana hai
hai hai hai
o laila..aa
tujhe dhoondhe tera chhaila..aa
o laila..aa
tujhe dhoondhe tera chhaila..aa

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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ओ लैला॰॰आ
तुझे ढूँढे तेरा छैला॰॰आ

ओ लैला॰॰आ
तुझे ढूँढे तेरा छैला

हाहा हा हा हा हा हा
ये सच है
या फिल्मी गाना है

ये दुनिया क्या है
ये दुनिया पागलखाना है
अरे ये दुनिया क्या है
ये दुनिया पागलखाना है
पागलखाने के अंदर इक पागलखाना है
जितने बाहर हैं
उन को इक दिन अंदर आना है
ओ लैला॰॰आ
तुझे ढूँढे तेरा छैला॰॰आ
ओ लैला॰॰आ
तुझे ढूँढे तेरा छैला
अरे जितने बाहर हैं
उन को इक दिन अंदर आना है
है है है

कहीं ना कहीं
यहाँ या वहाँ
अरे कहाँ
वहाँ
यहाँ
वहाँ
यहाँ नहीं
वहाँ नहीं
वहाँ नहीं
यहाँ नहीं
वहाँ

जमुना के तीर
लैला को ढूँढे
जमुना के तीर
लैला को ढूँढे
जमुना के तीर
जमुना के तीर
जमुना के तीर
क्या बोलने का कमाल है सच्ची

इस दिल में
या इस घर में
इस दिल में
या इस घर में
कहीं ना कहीं
अरे आग लगी है

अरे धुआँ हि धुआँ हैं भई धुआँ

इस में सबको जल जाना है
पागलखाना है
अरे पागलखाने के अंदर इक पागलखाना है
के जितने बाहर हैं
उन को यक दिन अंदर आना है
ओ लैला॰॰आ
तुझे ढूँढे तेरा छैला॰॰आ
ओ लैला॰॰आ
तुझे ढूँढे तेरा छैला

हम प्रेमी हैं दीवाने नहीं हैं
हम पंछी हैं परवाने नहीं हैं
हम प्रेमी हैं दीवाने नहीं हैं
हम पंछी हैं परवाने नहीं हैं
हम उड़ जाएँगे
हमको जकड़ लो
ज़ंजीरें लाओ
लाओ लाओ
इनको जकड़ लो
जकड़ लो

मुश्किल हमको समझाना है
पागलखाना है
अरे पागलखाने के अंदर इक पागलखाना है
के जितने बाहर हैं
उन को यक दिन अंदर आना है
ओ लैला॰॰आ
तुझे ढूँढे तेरा छैला॰॰आ
ओ लैला॰॰आ
तुझे ढूँढे तेरा छैला


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 : 3872 Post No. : 14891

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2009-19) – Song No. 8
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When our dear Atul ji recently started an ‘innovative’ initiative under the ‘ten-year challenge’ or ‘Blog ten-year challenge’ I had mentioned it in my comments on the ‘first song’ in this series that, I would try to share lyrics if not articles as possible in this series. I had also mentioned that I could see a few opportunities for me in the coming days of this month. That was because I was browsing the posts of February’2009 on my own.

Today I have this opportunity to share a ‘song post’ under this series. And since its from ‘seventies’ I am happy to share it here.

Ten years back, on this day i.e. on 23rd February 2009, we had songs from the movies ‘Rajkumar-1964’, ‘Milan-1967’, ‘Chor Machaaye Shor-1974’, ‘Call Girl-1974’, ‘Badi Bahan-1949’, and ‘Dushman-1939’ posted on the blog. All the moves mentioned above, except ‘Call Girl-1974’ have already had all their songs posted on the blog and in turn achieved ‘Yippeeee’ ed status on the blog. 🙂

So, we have ‘Call Girl-1974’ remaining to be covered for all songs on the blog. And so far, only one song of this movie has been posted on the blog. And, I think that the one song posted was the only well-known song from the movie or we can say that the movie is identified with this one song only i.e. ‘ulfat me zamaane ki har rasm ko thukraao’ sung by Kishore Kumar.

However, when I was going through the songs available from this movie and song list of this movie in HFGK-Vol-V, I found that the above song is actually a ‘multiple version song’ sung by Kishore Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar. So, I am also sharing the Lata Version for this song separately and requesting Atul ji to kindly update it in the post please. This song was posted on 23rd February 2009 and there was only comment on it on the same day by Greta Memsaab. The second comment was by Mr. Chandrakant H Shah on 08th Dec’2016 and he had mentioned about this song being a multiple version song. However somehow this has been remained to be updated.

I too remember this song ‘ulfat me zamaane ki har rasm ko thukraao’ as a Kishore Kumar song only and I think the version was not that much popular then. I had not watched this movie until now, so can’t say much about that. Except I vaguely remember to have heard this Kishore Kumar song on radio frequently and thereafter its memory was revived when I had started collecting cassettes in 1985-86. In 1987-88 after the death of Kishore Kumar HMV has released an album titled ‘A tribute to the Legend’ (it was a four-cassette set) and this song was included in this album.

As per HFGK listing of songs of this movie the Lata Mangeshkar version appears first (at number 3 in the movie) and the Kishore Kumar version appears later (at number five in the movie).

‘Call Girl-1974’ was directed by Vijay Kapoor for Mukesh Movies, Bombay. It was produced by Mukesh Khanna.

It had Zahira, Vikram, Iftekhar, Urmila Bhatt, Shekhar Purohit, Minoo Mehtab, Reddi, Mansaram, Satyajeet, Shefali, Jankidas and Kuljeet.
Heena Kausar make a special appearance in this movie.

Jalal Agha and Nazneen, Krishan Dhawan and Paintal have friendly appearances in this movie. Story of this movie was by Mukesh Movies Story Department. Editing of this movie was done by B.S. Glaad. Screenplay and dialogues of this movie were written by K. A. Abbas.

This movie had total seven songs including one multiple version song and one cabaret dance music. All the songs in this movie were written by Naqsh Lyallpuri and music was composed by Sapan-Jagmohan. Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar and Ranu Mukherjee who gave their voices to the songs in this movie had one solo song each, and there was one duet sung by Asha Bhonsle and Kishore Kumar and one by Kishore Kumar and Ranu Mukherjee.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 28.05.1974 with restricted viewing certificate (A).

Since I have not watched this movie, I can’t say much about it or the songs from this movie. I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on this movie and its songs.

Let us now enjoy the today’s song which is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Kishore Kumar and picturized on Vikram and Zahira.

The song is a nice one though it must not be popular or heard that much as the other song from this movie.

Video

Audio

Song-Ham hain jahaan wo pyaar ki mehki dagar hai (Call Girl)(1974) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Naqsh Llayalpuri, MD-Sapan Jagmohhan
Both

Lyrics

laa laa la laa
laa laa la laa
laa laa la laa aa
laa laa la laa
laa laa la laa
laa laa la laa aa
la la laa laa la laa aa
la la laa laa la laa aa
la la laa laa la laa aa

la la laa
ham hai jahaan wo pyaar ki
mehki dagar hai
saathi mere ye to bataa
jaana kidhar hai
ghataaon ke taley
achchha
jahaan tu le chaley
haan haan
jidhar tu le chaley
ghataaon ke taley
jahaan tu le chaley
jidhar tu le chaley ae

bolo tumhe ae
kya naam doon
arey laa laa la laa aa
dil ye kahe meri
pehli hansi ho tum
jis pe loota gulshan mera
aisi kali ho tum
bolo tumhe ae
kya naam doon

laa laa la laa aa
pyaar ki dharti pe
phaila gagan ho tum
jispe khiley sapne mere
aisa chaman ho tum

muskuraate milenge ae
jahaan bhi milenge ham

ham hai jahaan wo pyaar ki
mehki dagar hai
laa la la laa aa aa
saathi mere ye to bataa
jaana kidhar hai
ghataaon ke taley
aha haa
jahaan tu le chaley
he he
jidhar tu le chaley
ghataaon ke taley
jahaan tu le chaley
jidhar tu le chaley ae

haan aa
dil ki kahen
dil ki sunen ae
haan dil ki sunen ae
aa do ghadi baithhe
aisi jagah jaa ke
hamko jahaan koi nazar
dekhe na pehchaane
aisi jagah paayen kahaan
arey paaye kahaan
dekhta hai saagar
lehren hamen jaanen
jaaye jahaan pichchhaa kare
jhonke ye deewaane ae

ek pal bhi meri jaan
yahaan naa rukenge ham

ham hai jahaan wo pyaar ki
mehki dagar hai
laa laa la la laa aa
saathi mere ye to bataa
jaana kidhar hai
ghataaon ke taley
haan haan
jahaan tu le chaley
o ho ho
jidhar tu le chaley
ghataaon ke taley

he he
jahaan tu le chaley
ho ho
jidhar tu le chaley
laa la la laa
ghataaon ke taley
he he
jahaan tu le chaley
o ho ho
jidhar tu le chaley

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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ला ला ल ला
ला ला ल ला
ला ला ल ला आ
ला ला ल ला
ला ला ल ला
ला ला ल ला आ
ल ल ला ला ल ला आ
ल ल ला ला ल ला आ
ल ल ला ला ल ला आ

ल ल ला
हम है जहां वो प्यार की
महकी डगर है
साथी मेरे ये तो बता
जाना किधर है
घटाओं के तले
अच्छा
जहां तू ले चले
हाँ हाँ
जिधर तू ले चले
घटाओं के तले
जहां तू ले चले
जिधर तू ले चले

बोलो तुम्हे ए
क्या नाम दूं
अरे ला ला ल ला आ
दिल ये कहे मेरी
पहली हंसी हो तुम
जिसपे लूटा गुलशन मेरा
ऐसी कली हो तुम
बोलो तुम्हे ए
क्या नाम दूं

ला ला ल ला आ
प्यार की धरती पे
फैला गगन हो तुम
जिसपे खिले सपने मेरे
ऐसा चमन हो तुम

मुस्कुराते मिलेंगे ए
जहां भी मिलेंगे हम

हम है जहां वो प्यार की
महकी डगर है
ला ल ल ला आ आ
साथी मेरे ये तो बता
जाना किधर है
घटाओं के तले
अहा हां
जहां तू ले चले
हे हे
जिधर तू ले चले
घटाओं के तले
जहां तू ले चले
जिधर तू ले चले

हाँ आ दिल की कहे
दिल की सुने ए
हाँ दिल की सुने ए
आ दो घडी बैठे
ऐसी जगह जा के
हमको जहां कोई नज़र
देखे न पहचाने
ऐसी जगह पाए कहाँ
अरे पाए कहाँ
देखता है सागर
लहरें हमें जाने
जाए जहां पीछा करे
झोंके ये दीवाने ए

एक पल भी मेरी जान
यहाँ ना रुकेंगे हम

हम है जहां वो प्यार की
महकी डगर है
ला ला ल ल ला आ
साथी मेरे ये तो बता
जाना किधर है
घटाओं के तले
हाँ
जहां तू ले चले
ओ हो हो
जिधर तू ले चले
घटाओं के तले

हे हे
जहां तू ले चले
हो हो
जिधर तू ले चले
ला ल ल ला
घटाओं के तले
हे हे
जहां तू ले चले
ओ हो हो
जिधर तू ले चले


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.

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4069

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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#Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 81 # Aaloo ki Bhaaji, Baingan ka Bhartaa #
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Dedication 🙂

This article is dedicated to ‘males’ who are good at cooking, are good chefs (the professionals) 🙂 , and the non-professionals who can cook well for themselves (for their wives (sometimes) (?), and for their family members and/or friends 🙂 as and when required. 🙂
Also I would like to express my gratitude to all females too who cook food for their family members and do all the hard work to ensure the family members get to ‘eat’ and are’ happy’. 🙂

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I salute to all of them and wish I could also try and be like them and learn cooking. :).

I hope from the above statements nobody gets confused and misunderstands me if I am going to write about ‘cooking’ only and how it is going to be getting connected with a song, as, after all, this is a blog to present songs. 🙂

Yes, we are definitely going to enjoy a song which in my childhood was frequently heard on radio and so I was longing to share it here …

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I was thinking about writing on this subject for almost two to three years. This kept getting delayed for one reason or the other…
Also this subject came to my mind because I am not good at cooking and had always found it as ‘boring’ or ‘burdensome’.

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When I was about twenty I had to leave home and parents for my job and this was the first time that I was going to be staying alone without family members and so I would be without home cooked food by Mother who normally cooked for all of us at home. It was the first time for me when I faced this situation of having to cook food for myself.

My mother was also a working woman, so I remember that sometimes we three brothers used to assist her in some small things like sometimes getting coal for the ‘sigri’ and arranging it till it got ignited and hot enough to cook food. Sometimes we used to collect wood for burning. Those were the days and my childhood was like that, until cooking gas come to our home finally may be in 1985-86 I think.
But, I must also mention here that my Father was good at cooking some special dishes but it depended on his mood- viz on some special occasion or when the situation so0 demanded :).

I had to leave my parents as I took up a job and started to live with my other bachelor colleagues and so the ‘cooking’ phase of my life began for me. My colleagues wondered how come I was so ignorant of this matter and why I had never been to a ‘hostel’. To my sensitive soul, it appeared as if I was being held guilty of a ‘big crime’ or ‘big sin’. 🙂

Slowly they took pity on me and started teaching me the basics of coolikng viz chopping of vegetables starting with ONIONS first, which was enough to bring ‘tears to my eyes’. 🙂

When we used to get late from work and cooking at home was not possible we had to eat in Hotels and that resulted in ‘food poisoning’ and ‘diarrhoea’ on several occasions.

We used to have this ‘rice thali’ in ‘Madras Hotel’ at Kota where I was a regular monthly member. I ate there for almost 6/7 years till I get married 🙂

Before marriage I had already learnt to cook a few dishes well and also ‘cleaning’ of utensils (even now I can do this work whenever my wife wants me to her her in cooking. :). I consider cleaning and washing easier than cooking.

Nevertheless I was very good at and keep improving in one area, viz making good ‘tea’ (‘kadak chaai’).

During those ‘bachelor days’ in the morning after waking up the first thing I would look for was ‘ek cup garam chaai’. In cse I was unable to get it for reasons such as someone forgetting to buy the necessary stock of provisions to make tea, then that would spoil my morning.

On one such instance when I wanted to have a ‘cup of tea’ but found the ‘tea powder’ (tea leaves) was out of stock!!
I think I left office a little earlier that day , determined to buy the grocery first so I bought Tea powder – one kg :). My colleageus found it amusing when they knew this reason for my leaving early in the morning. 🙂

During my stay at Kota,I often had to change accomodation as my colleagues would get transferred to other sites. I had developed a group of friends who use to cook occasionally. I learnt to cook ‘mixed Punjabi daal’ from them and I used to give the ‘daal’ a good ‘chhonka’. I also learnt the chemistry of ‘rice & water’ and there were some ‘thumb rules’ that our neighbours staying there taught to us.
One of my friend from Indore was expert in making perfect ‘round chapaatis’ and we were very happy for that, his only condition was he would eat rice daily since he was habitual of that because of his stay in interior Andhra Pradesh for some time.

This cycle of ‘cooking’ for self, or eating out and risking health, and hiring a maid to cook, later on sharing cooking activities with friend, again going back and joining hotels on monthly basis to eat ‘rice plate’ (which normally in Maharashtra means having chapati, rice, dal, sabzi etc etc) continued for five-six years till I got married.

After my marriage sometimes I had cooked ‘mixed Punjabi daal’ for my wife and this remains my favourite.

As years passed I again got disconnected from the ‘cooking habits’ and was only restricted to making Tea, since I used to have two three cups Tea in the morning and sometimes a cup in the evening too after coming back from work to home.
Later on in the morning we agreed that the first ‘tea’ would be served by my wife, the second by me and the third turn – if required – would again be by her with breakfast. 🙂

Other than this the routine continues where my wife has to do everything for all of us but now my daughters have also taken up helping their mother in cooking …

After getting married there were instances in the initial years when my wife was with my parents and I was at project sites and so she would stay with them for a few months because ‘bade bete ki shaadi ke baad garb mein bahu aayi hai to …’
After all she was the ‘badi bahu’ and since I had no sisters a new female member was welcomed with warmth and love …

Well, life is an on-going process with only ‘change’ being the only constant and we never know what life has in store for us in future …

After a few years, it so happened that I visited Mumbai for our Atulites gang-out and had to stay with our ‘Maha Guru’ at his home in Mumbai. I was feeling very great and very fortunate, but then I was very very blessed when I got to eat food cooked by our ‘Maha Guru’ himself and I was really feeling ashamed on my laziness once again (because ‘apni galti par pachhtaana har insaan ka farz hai, lekin ye pachchhataap kuchh kshnon ke liye rehta hai 🙂 ) and I decided that when our ‘guru’ in his seventies can do ‘cooking’ why not me?, and so as usually I decided that I will cook myself for my wife … or at least start helping her in domestic works :).

The ‘gang out’ was in November’16 and it so happened that the next month on the first day of the next new year I and my wife travelled to Anand to see my daughters and while she will stay there with my daughters I will visit to Khandwa for my official works and return to Nagpur.
Now the real ‘test’ was after my reaching at Nagpur!!

As was usual for me, I ate out in nearby hotels for a couple of days and then I decided that ‘now I should take inspiration from our ‘Maha Guru’ and other ‘Gurujis’ and resolved to cook for myself-at least dinner in the evening.
It was decided that I would make a video call to my wife every evening after I finalised the menu and do the preliminary cleaning chopping of ingredients as required and keep ready the basic ingredients nearby …

And thus, started my ‘online learning for cooking’ course and every day I used to call my wife in the evening after initial preparations of the menu I wish to have that evening …
This time the ‘judaai’ was longer for almost a month a little over one month …

I learnt a great deal from her in this distance learning course.

Sometimes whenever she is not feeling well, I would first suggest her to order food from outside to have a change … but then she would come up with ‘kitna achchaa hota agar koi khaana banaake mujhe khilaaye’.

So, I would suggest to her that I would cook if she allowed me … she put us a great resistance the first time.

‘Rehne do, mujhe kuchh achchha khaane ka man kar rahaa hai, aap ke haath se wo swaad nation aayega’ 🙂 ‘main khud hi banaa deti hoon’, ‘Aap agar ho sake to wo saaf-safaai kar dena bas’ 🙂 …

Now, away from our country and home and ‘ghar ka khaana’, I am missing it all. Though we are getting ‘Indian Food’ to eat here (in our Camp) and some of us (from Bihar) are also good at cooking we get to eat ‘litti chokha’ ‘samosas’ ‘jalebi’ on special occasions, it can never be a substitute for the real thing. …

All those fond memories of having food at home since childhood keep haunting me nowadays and also I also remember how once in my childhood I refused to eat ‘aaloo ki bhaaji’ and was ‘scolded’ and ‘slapped’ by my father.

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The movie …

‘Wafaa-1972’ was directed by Ramanna for R.R.Pictures, Bombay.

It had Sanjay, Rakhi, Hina Kausar, Nazeer Hussain, Joginder, Krishan Dhawan, Naaz, Sunder, Sulochana Chatterjee, Anwar Ali, Padma Khanna, Prem Kumar, Swaraj, Jayshree T, Kalavati, Deshpande, Shabnam, Puranik, Anand,

Prem Nath, Rajendra Nath, Bipin Gupta, Madan Puri, Sapru had friendly appearance in this movie.

Lyrics for all the five songs (as per HFGK Vol V) were written by Rajinder Krishan and music was composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal.
Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar and Manna Dey have given their voices to the songs in this movie.

With today’s song this movie ‘Wafaa-1972’ is making its debut on the blog.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 30.03.1972.

Almost forty seven years back …

(We already have ‘Wafa-1950’ movie already on the blog, this ‘Wafaa-1972’ joins its company)

There is another song from the 1973 movie ‘Jwaar Bhaata’ ‘daal roti khaao prabhu ke gun gaao’ which along with the today’s song had been in my memory since childhood, the reason may be that they were frequently played on ‘radio’ in those years…
I was also surprised that the song being presented today had not been posted on the blog so far.

Let us now enjoy the today’s song where in the first half the husband is trying to cook for his wife but as usual surrenders finally 

Today (13 february 2019) also happens to be the ‘World Radio Day’ and this one ‘from radio days’ will definitely bring back memories of those days for many. 🙂

video

audio

Song-Aaloo ki bhaaji baingan ka bhatra (Wafaa)(1972) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Lata, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

Aaloo ki bhaaji
Baingan ka bhartaa
Aaloo ki bhaaji
Baingan ka bhartaa
Bolo ji bolo kya khaaoge ae
Jo bhi sajan tum khilaaoge
Jo bhi sajan tum khilaaoge

Maide ki poori
Aate ka phulkaa
Bolo ji bolo kya khaaoge ae
Jo bhi sajan tum khilaaoge
Jo bhi sajan tum khilaaoge

Shrimaan rasoi pakaaye ae
Shrimati baithh baitth khaaye ae
Shrimaan rasoi pakaaye ae
Shrimati baithh baitth khaaye ae
Kaho to kheer pakaaun
Aha ha ha
Zaraa si aag jalaaun
Achchaa
Zaraa sa chaawal laaun
Arey waah
Zaraa sa doodh milaaun
Hi hi hi hi
Pheeki kheer khilaaoge
Shakkar na milaaoge

Arey tere ki
Fail ham ho gaye pehle sabak mein
Aur koi cheez bolo khaaoge ae
Jo bhi sajan tum khilaaoge
Haan haan
Jo bhi sajan tum khilaaoge

Ho ho o la la la laa
Ho ho o la la la laa
Ae he he
O ho ho
Aha ha
Dekh dekh pyaari
Soorat tumhaari
Bhookh to hamaari mit gayi bechaari
Dekh dekh pyaari
Soorat tumhaari
Bhookh to hamaari mit gayi ji bechaari
Hato chalo hato raaja
Ye hai rasoi
Aisi jagah karta hai pyaar bhalaa koi

Chhodo chulha chauka
Hai munna raaja bhookha
Balmaa anaadi
Khichdi khayaali
Kab tak kaho ji pakaaoge

Baahon mein jab tak naa aaoge
Baahon mein jab tak naa
Tak naa
Tak naa
Aaoge ae
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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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आलू की भाजी
बैंगन का भरता
आलू की भाजी
बैंगन का भरता
बोलो जी बोलो क्या खाओगे ए
जो भी सजन तुम खिलाओगे
जो भी सजन तुम खिलाओगे

मैदे की पूड़ी
आटे का फुल्का
बोलो जी बोलो क्या खाओगे ए
जो भी सजन तुम खिलाओगे
जो भी सजन तुम खिलाओगे

श्रीमान रसोई पकाए ए
श्रीमती बैठ बैठ खाए ए
श्रीमान रसोई पकाए ए
श्रीमती बैठ बैठ खाए ए
कहो तो खीर पकाऊं
आहा हा हा
ज़रा सी आग जलाऊं
अच्छा
ज़रा सा चावल लाऊं
अरे वाह
ज़रा सा दूध मिलाऊं
ही ही ही
फीकी खीर खिलाओगे
शक्कर न मिलाओगे

अरे तेरे कि
फ़ैल हम हो गए पहले सबक में
और कोई चीज़ बोलो खाओगे ए
जो भी सजन तुम खिलाओगे
हाँ हाँ
जो भी सजन तुम खिलाओगे

हो हो ओ ल ल ल ला
हो हो ओ ल ल ल ला
ए हे हे
ओ हो हो
आहा हा
देख देख प्यारी
सूरत तुम्हारी
भूख तो हमारी मिट गयी बेचारी
देख देख प्यारी
सूरत तुम्हारी
भूख तो हमारी मिट गयी बेचारी
हटो चलो हटो राजा
ये है रसोई
ऐसी जगह करता है प्यार भला कोई

छोडो चूल्हा चौका
है मुन्ना राजा भूखा
बलमा अनाड़ी
खिचड़ी खयाली
कब तक कहो जी पकाओगे

बाहों में जब तक ना आओगे
बाहों में जब तक ना …
तक ना …
तक ना …
आओगे ए


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Blog Day : 3856 Post No. : 14869

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Blog ten year challenge (2009-2019)- Song number 4
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“Parvarish”(1977) was directed by Manmohan Desai for A G Films, Bombay. This movie had Shammi Kpoor, Amitabh Bachchan, Vinod Khanna, Nitu Singh, Shabana Azmi, Kadar Khan, Amjad Khan, Dev Kumar, Indrani Mukherji, Hina Kausar, Master Ratan, Master Tito, Chand Usmani, Sheikh, Bhushan Tiwari, Viju Khote, Tom Alter, Yusuf, Meena, Baby Shalu, Moolchand etc in it.

This movie has six songs in it. Three of these songs have been covered in the past. This movie made its debut in the blog on 7 february 2009, viz on this day ten years ago. The song was Aji thahro zara thahro.. Jaate ho jaane jaana.

So this movie provided me an opportunity to discuss another song from the movie after exactly ten years. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Kishore Kumar. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

This song is picturised on Nitu Singh and Amitabh Bachchan. I vaguely recall that our two heroes Amitabh Bachchan and Vinod Khanna play cops and the two heroines Neetu Singh and Shabana Azmi play small time crooks. This being a Hindi movie that too a Manmohan Desai movie, such twains are bound to meet and fall in love after initial chhed chhad etc.

I did not watch any movies from 1972 and 1977 and this movie, like many great movies of my formative years fell in this period. I watched this movie much later in 1980s during summer vacations. Watching the movie nearly one decade later in second or third run of the movie was not th same as it would have been if the movie was released in 1977.

This song, nevetheless is a good song to listen to, and it was a popular song of its time.

So, here is a song from a movie released in 1977 which watched by me in 1984, whose first song was covered in the blog on 7 february 2009 and whose fourth song is being covered in the blog on 7 february 2019. How time seems to have flown as hypersonic speed !


Song-Aaiye shauq se kahiye(Parvarish)(1977) Singers- Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

hmm mm mm
hmm hmm
hmm mm mm
aaiye
shauq se kahiye
hmm
aaiye
shauq se kahiye
kahiye na
hai koi kaam
aji kaam vaam mein kya rakha hai
ham to hain aapke ghulaam
aaiye
baithiye kahiye
kya hai ji aapka naam

aji naam vaam mein kya rakha hai
ham to hain aapke ghulaam
aaiye
shauq se kahiye

by god
aapka to andaaz hai bada pysara
by god
aapka to andaaz hai bada pyaara
kamre mein aap kya aaye
naqsha badal gaya saara

main bhi yahi sochti
miley na miley mauqa phir ye dobaara
ek do ghadi miley to sabki khidamat karte jaaiye
to aaiye
bathiye kahiye
kya hai ji aapka naam

aji naam vaam mein kya rakha hai
ham to hain aapke ghulaam
aaiye
shauq se kahiye

koi dekho aa rahaa hai
thahro udhar nazar kar lo
koi dekho aa rahaa hai
thahro udhar nazar kar lo
ham apna munh idhar kar len
tum apna munh udhar kar lo
chhup nahin sakoge dear
sundar mukhda tum chaahe jidhar kar lo
time aapne ghalat chuna hai
koshish mat farmaaiye

to phir aaiye
shauq se kahiye
kahiye na
hai koi kaam
aji kaam vaam ko goli maaro
ham to hain aapke ghulaam
to aaiye
baithiye kahiye
kya hai ji aapka naam

aji naam vaam mein kya rakha hai
ham to hain aapke ghulaam


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Blog Day : 3854 Post No. : 14866

Three days ago (viz on 2 february 2019), I began the blog’s own “ten Year Challenge” where we began to post another song from a movie whose song (another one) was posted on the same day ten years ago. I began this seties with “Sharaabi”(1984), and on the next day (3 february 2019), it was the turn of “Do Dishaayen”(1982).

This “ten Year Challenge” was a non starrer of the next day viz 4 february 2019, because the movies whose songs were covered ten years ago on 4 february 2019 have already been YIPPEED in the blog. Smae is the case for today viz 5 february 2019. Tomorrow givven us some respite because one (just one) of the movies that were covered on 6 february 2009 is still un yippeed. So we can hope to resume this “ten Year Challenge” tomorrow.

In the process of this challenge, our YIPPEE project gets an inadvertent impetus as well. We not only feel glad to see that so many movies, that made their debuts in the blog ten years ago are already YIPPEED. Even the unYIPPEED movies get some renewed attention towards this project.

Take the case of “Sharaabi”(1984) for instance. When I covered the fourth song from this song as part of “ten Year Challenge”, I realised that two songs from the movie were yet to be covered. On futher checking, it turned out that the two songs were multiple version songs. In other words, they could be covered in one writeup.

Here are the details of the songs covered earlier:-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Mujhe naulakha mangade re o sainya deewaane 670 2-Feb-2009
Manzilen apni jagah hain raaste apni jagah 6840 11-Oct-2012
Jahaan chaar yaar mil jaayen wahin raat ho gulzaar 6881 22-Oct-2012
Intaha ho gayi intzaar ki 14863 2-Feb-2019

“Sharaabi”(1984) was produced by Satyendra Pal and directed by Prakash Mehra. The movie had Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Prada, Om Prakash, Ranjeet, Pran, Satyen Kappu, Deepak Parashar, Smita Patil, Bharat Bhushan, C S Dube, A K Hangal, Dinesh Hingoo, Viju Khote, Mukri, Suresh Oberoi, Sudhir, Mayur, Gurbachan, Asha Lata, Chandrashekhar, Jankidas, Pinchoo Kapoor, Ram Sethi, Rajan Haksar, Sunder etc in it.

This remaining song has a male version sung by Kishore Kumar and a female version sung by Asha Bhonsle. The male version , which also has the voice of chorus is picturised as a street song where Amitabh Bachchan disturbs the sleep of people at night, just to search for Jaya Prada who, he is vaguely aware of being a resident of that locality.

The female version of the song is picturised as a radio/ recording song where Jaya Prada playing a successful singer sings this song whose lyrics and tune are clearly plagiarised from our hero. Our hero and his faithful sidekick Om Prakash watch/ listen while their intellectual property right is thus nonchalantly being violated by the lady.

With this song, all the songs of “Sharaabi”(1984) are now featured in the blog and the movie thus joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.

Kishore Kumar version

Asha Bhonsle version

Song-De de pyaar de pyaar de pyaar de re (Sharaabi)(1984) Singer-Kishore Kumar/ Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Kalyanji Anandji
Amitabh Bachchan
Chorus

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Lyrics
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Kishore Kumar version
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meena
meena
meena

hum bande hain pyaar ke ae
maangen sab ki khair
haan aan
apni sab se dosti ee
nahin kisi se bair

o de de pyaar de
de de pyaar de pyaar de pyaar de re
hamen pyaar de
de de pyaar de pyaar de pyaar de re
hamen pyaar de
duniya waale kuchh bhi samjhen
ham hain prem deewaane
jahaan bhi jaayen tujhe pukaaren
gaa ke prem taraane
de-de pyaar de
pyaar de re hamen pyaar de
o de de pyaar pyaar pyaar pyaar pyaar de re
hamen pyaar de
hi ee

arre aane ko to roz hain aate
sooraj chaand sitaare
haan aan phir bhi andheri hai ye duniya
tu hi raah dikhaa re
prem pyaar sukh chain ki barkha teri nazar se barse
ye dukh-dard ki aag bujhe
koi dil naa pyaasa tarse
de de pyaar de
pyaar de re
hamen pyaar de
o de de pyaar pyaar pyaar pyaar pyaar de re
hamen pyaar de

yahaan dilon ke beech khadi jo
wo deewaar gira de
haan dil mein soyi soyi aisi ee
pyaar ki jyot jaga de
pyaar ho dil mein to lagti hai saari duniya pyaari
ham saari duniya ke hain
saari duniya hamaari
de de pyaar de
pyaar de-re
hamen pyaar de
o de-de pyaar de pyaar de pyaar de de
hamen pyar de
de-de pyaar de pyaar de pyaar de-de hame pyaar de
de-de pyaar de pyaar de pyaar de-de
hamen pyaar de
de-de pyaar de pyaar de pyaar de-de hamen pyaar de
de-de pyaar de pyaar de pyaar de-de hamen pyaar de
de-de pyaar de pyaar de pyaar de-de hamen pyaar de
de-de pyaar de pyaar de pyaar de-de hamen pyaar de

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Asha Bhonsle version
————————
ham bande hain pyaar ke ae
maangen sabki khair
o o
apni sabse dosti ee
nahin kisi se bair

de de pyaar de ae
de de pyaar de pyaar de pyaar de re
hamen pyaar de
de de pyaar de pyaar de pyaar de re
hamen pyaar de
duniya waale kuchh bhi samjhen
ham hain prem deewaane
jahaan bhi jaayen tujhe pukaaren gaa ke prem taraane
de de pyaar de
pyaar de re
hamen pyaar de
de de pyaar de pyaar de pyaar de re
hamen pyaar de

yahaan dilon ke beech khadi jo
wo deewaar gira de
haan aan
dil mein soyi soyi aisi ee
pyaar ki jyot jaga de ae
pyaar ho dil mein to lagte hain
saari duniya pyaari
ham saari duniya ke hain
saari duniya hamaari
de de pyaar de
pyaar de re hamen pyaar de
de de pyaar de pyaar de pyaar de re
hamen pyaar de
de de pyaar de pyaar de pyaar de re
hamen pyaar de
de de pyaar de pyaar de pyaar de re
hamen pyaar de
de de pyaar de pyaar de pyaar de re
hamen pyaar de
de de pyaar de pyaar de pyaar de re
hamen pyaar de


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Blog Day : 3851 Post No. : 14863

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Blog ten year challenge (2009-2019)- Song number 1
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We all have heard of 10 year challenge. In this people post their photos from 2009 as well as 2019 side by side to show how they have aged or how they have not aged.

This ten year challenge can have many variations. One is for Indian cricketers. It is interesting to see how Virat Kohli , Dhoni, and Jadeja looked ten years ago. They were all grown ups at least even if baby faced, but what about Prithvi Shaw. He is just nineteen years old in 2019, and he was just nine years old in 2009 !

There is even twenty year challenge, where one can find photos and videos of celebrities from 1999. I saw a picture of Mitali Raj from 1999 and also one of today.

I also saw a video on youtube where today’s famous cricketers like Tendulkar, Ganguly,, Dravid etc were shown when they were very young.

That video had an interview of Dravid as well. He looked so young those days, but just as unassuming as he is today. The interviewer asked him what he would like to be after his playing days. Dravid said that he would like to be a coach, adding that he had no idea whether he had the credentials for that. Today, twenty years later, as coach of Indian U-19 and A team, one can say that he has been a superb and well respected coach for the new generation of Indian cricketers.

This blog was started in 2008, so we are already a more than ten year old blog. So it is possible for us to have our own ten year blog challenge, where we can post songs from movies whose songs were posted in the blog ten years ago, on the same day.

So, I am starting this ten year blog challenge today on 2 February 2019. When I look back on 2 february 2009, I find that six songs were discussed that day. Songs from “Ek Phool Do Maali” (1969), “Do Dishaayen”(1982), “Barsaat”(1949), “Asli Naqli”(1962), “Ghar Ghar Ki Kahaani”(1970) and “Sharaabi”(1984) were covered on that day. Out of these six movies, “Asli Naqli”(1962), “Barsaat”(1949) and “Ek Phool Do Maali” (1969) havev already been YIPPEED. That leaves us three movies whose songs are still remaining to be covered.

I knew even without checking that “Sharaabi”(1984) was not YIPPEED and that it had some superb songs in it. So this movie was an ideal movie to kickstart the ten year blog challenge.

“Sharaabi”(1984), which came exactly twenty years after “Sharaabi”(1964) had songs that have become classics, just as the songs of “Sharaabi”(1964) were already classics by 1984.

“Sharaabi”(1984) was produced by Satyendra Pal and directed by Prakash Mehra. The movie had Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Prada, Om Prakash, Ranjeet, Pran, Satyen Kappu, Deepak Parashar, Smita Patil, Bharat Bhushan, C S Dube, A K Hangal, Dinesh Hingoo, Viju Khote, Mukri, Suresh Oberoi, Sudhir, Mayur, Gurbachan, Asha Lata, Chandrashekhar, Jankidas, Pinchoo Kapoor, Ram Sethi, Rajan Haksar, Sunder etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Three songs from the movie have been covered in the blog. The first song was covered on this date ten years ago. Other two songs were covered in october 2012.

Here is the fourth song from “Sharaabi”(1984) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Kishore Kumar and Asha Bhonsle. Anjaan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Bappi Lahiri.

Bappi Lahiri is considered one of the major reasons for the demise of the golden era of HFM. But he showed that he also had the ability to produced classy compositions. He created lots of masterpieces with Kishore Kumar that are remembered to this day. In a way, “Sharaabi”(1984) was sort of like a continuation of “Namakhalaal” (1982) because both these movies had more or less same personnel. The music team of the two movies was entirely same.

Anjaan, who is considered a willing comrade in arms of Bappi Lahiri in degrading the quality of HFM, shows here that he could come up with great lyrics if opportunity presented itself. While noting down the lyrics of the song, I came to realise that the lyrics of this song should be considered the foundation of the song on which the magnificent edifice of this song was built by the music director and the singers. In fact, the lyrics of this song DID win the Filmfare best lyrics award.

The song is picturised superbly as can be expected in a movie directed by Prakash Mehra. The movie is a very long song, over eight minutes long. For the first four minutes, it is a missing the beloved song, and after that the song undergoes a change of mood and the beloved appears on the scene and the melancholic mood gives way the a mood of joy and festivity. serene playing of violin gives way to joyous playing of guitar.

The song is picturised on Amitabh Bachchan and Jayaprada, with almost the entire starcast in attendance. Going by the picturisation, this song appears to be the last scene of the movie as well, wuith the leading duo procceeding to walk into the proverbial sunset as the song ends and Om Prakash wipes off tears of joys from his eyes.

Our regulars are requested to contribute to this “Ten Year Blog Challenge.” That should make it a great series.


Song-Intaha ho gayi intezaar ki (Sharaabi)(1984) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Bappi Lahiri
Both
Chorus

Lyrics

lalalaau
lalalaau
lalalalalalaa
lalalalalalaa
lalalalalalaa
hmm hmm hmm

intaha ho gayi intazaar ki
ha
aayi na kuchh khabar mere yaar ki
ye hamen hai yaqeen
bewafa vo nahin
phir vajah kya hui intazaar ki
intaha ho gayi intazaar ki
aayi na kuchh khabar mere yaar ki
ye hamen hai yaqeen
bewafa vo nahinphir
phir vajah kya hui intazaar ki

hmmm
baat jo hai usmein
baat vo yahaan kahin nahin kisi mein
haay
vo hai meri
bas hai meri
shor hai yahi gali gali mein
saath saath vo hai mere gham mein
mere dil ki har khushi mein
aah
zindagi me vo nahi to kuchh nahi hai meri zindagi mein
bujh na jaaye ye shama aitabaar ki
intaha ho gayi intazaar ki
haay
aayi na kuchh khabar mere yaar ki
ye hamen hai yaqeen
bewafa vo nahin
phir vajah kya hui intazaar ki

o o mere sajna
lo o main aa gayi

o o o mere sajna
lo o main aa gayi

o logo ne jo diye honge bade bade nazarane
layi hoon main tere liye dil mera
dil yahi maange dua
ham kabhi hon na juda
dil mera hai mera rahe dil tera
ye meri zindagi
hai teri
ye meri zindagi
hai teri
tu mera sapna
main tujhe pa gayi
o mere sajna
lo main aa gayi

gham ke andhere dhale
bujhte sitaare jale
dekha tujhe to dilon mein jaan aayi
honthon pe taraane jage
aramaan divaane jage
baahon mein aake tu aise sharmaayi
chha gai phir wahi bekhudi
chha gai phir wahi bekhudi
laa
laalalaa
laa
lalalalala

laalalala (hmm)
laa
lalalala
laa
lalalalala
laa
lalalalala
lalalalala
laa
lalalalala
lalalalala
lalaala
lalala
lalala
lalaala
lalala
lalala


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Blog Day : 3828 Post No. : 14833

Today’s song is from film Hum kisi se kam nahin-77, made under the banner of Nasir Hussain films.

This is the 3rd consecutive song from the 70s that I am discussing. Do not wonder whether I have shifted sides- from writing on films of 30s and 40s to the 70s. Possibly, for the time being, this is the last one from this period. Actually, I have nothing against the musical or film aspect of the period 70s and beyond. It is only that, mostly they are not of my likings. Of course, I have always said that , ” Everything that was made before 70s was not all good, as much as everything made after 70s was not bad either.”

Good or bad depends upon the personal perceptions, because these are opinions. If you measure them on a scale- like say-durability, then it is measurable and no one can deny the durability quotient of old songs vis-a- vis songs after 70s. A lot can be said on this issue, but not today and not here. Anyway, to each his own !

Why do people like a movie ? If the correct answer was known to anybody, he would be a Trillionnaire in no time ! However, when this question is asked to a common man on the street, the answers one would get would be 1. Story is good. 2. Acting is good. 3. Music is good. 4. I like this Hero/Heroine and many such explanations. My observation is that Music and Songs is one major reason for a movie to be popular and successful. There are many examples like Albela-51, Baiju Bawra-52, Anarkali-53, almost all films of Saigal, most Noorjehan and Suraiya films and most films made by Producer, Director and Writer Nasir Hussain.

Nasir Hussain probably had received from God, the formula for successful films-for a short term use. Out of his 13 films, first 10 were hit films- primarily due to Romance and excellent music. It is said that being a script and story writer himself he used one story for all his films-with some variations, of course- and the time he changed the story his films became a flop. Shammi kapoor, whose sinking career took up turn because of the Nasir Hussain film ” Tumsa nahin dekha”-57, had once said, ” we have heard stories of Marwadis coming here with just one Lota and building empires. Here was a man who used one story for his films for 30 years and succeeded !”

Mohammed Nasir Hussain Khan aka Nasir Hussain was born on 2-2-1931 ( wiki says it is 16-11-1926) in Bhopal.His family was related to Maulana Abul Kalam Azaad. While studying in Lucknow University, he wrote several dramas for A.I.R., Lucknow. He even got First prize for 2 consecutive years in the University writing competition .( one of these stories were used to make film ‘ Baharon ke Sapne’). In 1948, he came to Bombay and joined Filmistan.

His first story was for film Shabnam-49, jointly with Qamar Jalalabadi. Independently he wrote story/screenplay/dialogues for Shabistan-51, Anarkali-53, Shart-54, Munimji-55 and Paying Guest-57. Then he wrote Tumsa Nahin Dekha and insisted to direct the film himself. Tolaram Jalan, the owner of Filmistan was not ready to give it to a New director, but when NH threatened to quit, he relented unwillingly but cut the film’s budget. Nasir took Shammi Kapoor ( who had given 9 flops in a row) and new comer Ameeta and made the low budget film Tumsa Nahin Dekha-57.

When Tolaram Jalan saw the film, he was not happy at all,but the film celebrated Jubilees in 30 cities in India. Nasir Hussain got Rs. 10000/- for the story and his salary for 8 months, Rs.8000/- a total of Rs 18000 for this successful film ! When his mentor Shashdhar Mukherjee left Filmistan, to start his own ‘ Filmalaya Studios’, Nasir also left. For this new company. he made Dil Deke Dekho- 59, introducing Asha parekh as New Heroine. The film was a Hit , but he got only Rs. 25000- . Nasir decided that only his own company can give him more money.

With just Rs. 10,000/- in pocket he established his own Nasir Hussain Films Ltd. and made ‘ Jab pyar kisise hota hai-61. Another Hit. Then he made Phir wohi dil laya hoon-63, Teesri manzil-66. Baharon ke sapne-67, Pyar ka Mausam-69, Carvan-71, Yadon ki baraat-73 and Hum kisise kam nahin-77.

For film Teesri manzil-66, the film started with Dev Anand as the Hero. After 2 reels’ shooting, Dev had some differences and he left the film. Shammi Kapoor was roped in. The film was directed by Vijay Anand and for the first time R D Burman was taken for providing Music. Later on Nasir Hussain, Majrooh Sultanpuri and RD Burman collaborated for another 5 films.R D Burman continued till 1985, doing in all 9 films for Nasir Hussain.

After his films in 1981,84 and 85 flopped serially, Nasir Hussain stopped direction and wrote screen play and dialogues for Qayamat se Qayamat taq-88 and Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar-92. His nephew Amir Khan was launched in these films. Nasir Hussain died on 13-3-2002 after a Heart attack.

Actors Asha Parekh, Rajendra Nath , Sidhu, Malika and Krishan Mehta owe their career to Nasir Hussain. Shammi Kapoor ,a struggling actor was given a new identity by him & thanks to him, Shammi Kapoor reached at the pinnacle of popularity. Even Amita became a hit property overnight by the success of Tum Sa Nahin Dekha,

While he encouraged new comers, he did not forget the veteran actors ,who had passed their prime . Late B M Vyas ,who was getting roles only in period/religious/Arabian Night movies was chosen by Nasir Hussain for an important role in main stream movie Tum Sa Nahin Dekha. Old timer Wasti ,who regaled the audiences with his natural acting in Sanjog , Rattan, Pugree made in forties and many Punjabi & Hindi movies later on , was passing through a bad phase . Nasir honored him by offering the roles of substance in Dil Deke Dekho,Jab Pyar Kisi Se Hota Hai & Phir Wohi Dil Laya Hoon. He rekindled the fond memories of the forties ,when he signed actors of proven caliber like Rajinder Singh, Mubarak, Kanu Roy, Raj Mehra ,Mumtaz Ali , Surendra Nath & many more . Here I’ll specifically mention the name of Nasir Khan & Bharat Bhushan ,who were passing through the most difficult phase of their lives . The benign film maker Nasir took them in his movies Yaadon Ki Baraat & Pyar Ka Mausam respectively ,just to assure them that they have not been forgotten and the industry recognizes their contribution . It is my strong belief that it was the blessings of those grateful old timer actors ,which made Nasir Hussain so prosperous and successful.

Nasir Hussain had that typical story formula in most of his films of “overhearing” ! In Tumsa Nahi Dekha, Pran overhears about Shammi Kapoor arriving & after stealing Shammi Kapoor’s recommendation letter, introduces himself as Shankar (Shammi Kapoor) . In Dil Deke Dekho, JPKSHH & Pyar Ka Mausam, the heroes concerned, overhear the heroine speaking about a comedian’s arriving (mostly as a marriage candidate) & after packing the comedian back,the hero banks on the name of the comedian. In Teesri Manzil, Shammi Kapoor overhears Asha Parekh speak, that she has come there to take revenge on himself (Rocky) and implies to Asha & her friends that he is different person named Anil Kumar Sona .
Even though with this common formula in most of his films , all his movies did well at the theatre on the basis of good songs & music !

There was a letter from a reader, in Filmfare, which stated thus, ” It is not at all important to pay attention to that so-called Hindi movie critic group who always referred and called Nasir Hussain as man of the movie with Escapism themes all the time to make his movie at box office hit. Working men need to have some kind of entertainment after spending hours and hours in heaps of works and concerned chores. Naturally there grows the tendency to escape from daily reality by engaging in daydreaming, fantasy….and there comes Nasir Hussain with this magical stick plus his established style of screenplay writing and later directing evergreen chocolate hero viz. Dev Anand…rebellious Shammi Kapoor…smiling Joy Mukherjee….charming Shashi Kapoor….handsome Jeetendra….and there was all time beautiful dancing lady ever present in her gorgeous smile…Asha Parekh who worked with these heroes with her fresh enthusiasm. What else an ordinary cine goer wish to have while spending his money for a ticket at window ? Apart from main hero and heroine there were devoted character actors playing various parts . ”

The Hero of the film Hum kisise kam nahin-77 was Rishi Kapoor, born on 4-9-1952. His first entry through Mera Naam Joker-70 fetched him a Film fare award. His debut as a Hero in Bobby-73 also brought him an award from filmfare. He is one actor who is popular even after he retired from films-not fully though. A film The Body-2019, was just released last week, directed by Jitu Joseph.His son Ranbir Kapoor is carrying the Kapoor mantle very ably.

Rishi Kapoor aka Chintoo has some different records on his name. He is the only actor having had 45 different heroines with whom he was cast. He also worked with 20 New entrant Heroines in their Debut films. He was Hero to seniors like Shabana Azmi, Rekha, Rakhee and Hema ( she was launched by his father), then with Madhuri, Shridevi, Tina Munim and Raveena Tandon. He worked with Simi Garewal in film Karz-1980, after his first film Mera Naam Joker-70. Some of his New heroines were Dimple, Kajal Kiran, Bhavna Bhatt, Ashwini Bhave, Radhika, Farah, Vinita, Zeba, Divya, Naseem, Rukhsaar etc etc. He acted in 162 films and also directed 1 film-Aa ab laut chale-99. He lent his voice in 7 songs in 6 films.

Today’s song is a copy of the famous Abba song ” Mama Mia”. So be it, seeing the youthful Rishi and Kajal Kiran singing and dancing is a real treat, in this video. Enjoy….
( For this article I have used information from Yadon ki Baraat by S Kanekar, The Hindu, wiki, MuVyz, HFGK, article by M N Sardana ji in woh din yaad karo and my notes)


Song- Mil gaya hum ko saathi mil gaya (Ham Kisi Se Kam Nahin)(1977) Singers- Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics- Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD- R D Burman
Chorus

Lyrics

mil gaya
hum ko saathi mil gaya
hum se gar koi jal gaya
wu wu
jalne de
wu wu
jalne de
chal gaya
pyaar ka jaadu chal gaya
hum se gar koi jal gaya
wu wu
jalne de
wu wu
jalne de

tere liye
zamaana tere liye
aur tu mere liye
tere liye
zamaana tere liye
aur tu mere liye

mil gaya
humko saathi mil gaya
hum se gar koi jal gaya

wu wu
jalne de
wu wu
jalne de

tere liye
zamaana tere liye
aur tu mere liye

tere liye
zamaana tere liye
aur tu mere liye

haa

ae haa

hey

ae haa

haa

turuturututu
ha
turuturututu
ha
turuturututu
ha
turuturututu

wow beauty


This article is written by Peevesi’s mom, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in 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 : 3822 Post No. : 14822

Hullo to all of Atuldom 🙂

At the outset I must wish all the followers of Atulsongaday a happy and music-filled 2019.

January 4th is one of the dates for which I just have to write a song, with or without a post. How can I miss remembering our very own R D Burman- not that we can escape his music on other days, right? Every second song that plays in our mind would invariably be a Pancham composition specially if we have grown up in the 70s or 80s. Even those who subscribe to the view that the music of the 70s or the later years was not a patch on the music of the golden era would grudgingly say they love “chura liya hai tumne jo dil ko”; “mere naina saawan bhadon”; “kya hua tera waada”; “jis gali mein tera ghar na ho balama”; “abhi toh haath mein jaam hai” or “zindagi hai khel koi pass koi fail”. So, there is no escape from Panchamda or R D Burman and you have a song by him for any genre, mood occasion etc.

Panchamda’s music has helped the careers of so many actors and actresses; launched a few star kids and most often it used to be songs written by Majrooh or Anand Bakshi. But today I found an RD song written by Nida Fazli. I have been hearing and humming it since I had heard it for the first time in the 80s and for some reason presumed that it was written by Anand Bakshi (so much for my so-called knowledge about movies and HFM).

One of the reasons for my presumption could be that the hero of the movie was Randhir Kapoor. But that is also a misplaced assumption, as the scene stealer in the movie is or was Sanjeev Kumar and in a double-role too.

So here is the song from the 1981 RK Film’s (another assumption bursts here, all these years I thought Randhir Kapoor was the producer, turns out to be Raj Kapoor) “Biwi ‘o’ Biwi” directed by Rahul Rawail. This movie had all songs except one by Nida Fazli i.e. 5 out of 6 was by Nida and the last one by Vitthalbhai Patel. RD used Kishore Kumar, Mohd. Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar and Asha Bhonsle for playback. Today’s song is by Kishore Kumar on Randhir Kapoor who is seen romancing Poonam Dhillon in front of all her friends which is headed by Prema Narayan.

I was trying to visualise how he would have looked today- at 80- if he had not left us all those years ago. He didn’t even wait to enjoy the success of “1942 a love story”. But I don’t want to push the readers’ mind into sadness as a song composed by RD or Panchamda- as people loved to call him – has always had the ability to bring the listener on to the dance floor.


Song-Sadiyon se duniya mein yahi to kissa hai (Biwi O Biwi)(1981) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Nida Fazli,MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

sadiyon se duniya mein yahi to kissa hai
sadiyon se duniya mein yahi to kissa hai
ek hi toh ladki hai
ek hi toh ladka hai
jab bhi yeh mil gaye
pyaar ho gaya
sadiyon se duniya mein yahi to kissa hai
ek hi toh ladki hai
ek hi toh ladka hai
jab bhi yeh mil gaye
pyaar ho gaya

mohan ki raadha hai,
majnu ki hai laila
har yug mein lagta hai
dilwaalon ka mela
mohan ki raadha hai,
majnu ki hai laila
har yug mein lagta hai
dilwaalon ka mela
ek se do huye
pyaar ho gaya
arre sadiyon se duniya mein yahi to kissa hai
ek hi toh ladki hai
ek hi toh ladka hai
jab bhi yeh mil gaye
pyaar ho gaya

patthar ki masjid ho
ya chaandi ki moorat
duniya mein pyaar bina koi nahin teerath
patthar ki masjid ho
ya chaandi ki moorat
duniya mein pyaar bina koi nahin teerath
dil se dil jab mile pyaar ho gaya
sadiyon se duniya mein yahi to kissa hai
ek hi toh ladki hai
ek hi toh ladka hai
jab bhi ye mil gaye
pyaar ho gaya

saagar ki oar chale
nadiya ghoonghat khole
bhanwara bhi kaliyon ke aage-peechhe dole
saagar ki oar chale
nadiya ghoonghat khole
bhanwra bhi kaliyon ke aage-peechhe dole
faasle kam huye
pyaar ho gaya
sadiyon se duniya mein yahi to kissa hai
ek hi toh ladki hai
ek hi toh ladka hai
jab bhi yeh mil gaye
pyaar ho gaya

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
———————————————————-

सदियों से दुनिया में
ये ही तो किस्सा है

सदियों से दुनिया में
ये ही तो किस्सा है
एक ही तो लड़की है
एक ही तो लड़का है
जब भी ये
मिल गए
प्यार हो गया
सदियों से दुनिया में
ये ही तो किस्सा है
एक ही तो लड़की है
एक ही तो लड़का है
जब भी ये
मिल गए
प्यार हो गया

मोहन की राधा है
मजनू की है लैला
हर युग में लगता है
दिलवालों का मेला
मोहन की राधा है
मजनू की है लैला
हर युग में लगता है
दिलवालों का मेला
एक से
दो हुये
प्यार हो गया
अरे सदियों से दुनिया में
ये ही तो किस्सा है
एक ही तो लड़की है
एक ही तो लड़का है
जब भी ये
मिल गए
प्यार हो गया

पत्थर की मस्जिद हो
या चाँदी की मूरत
दुनिया में प्यार बिना
कोई नहीं तीर्थ
पत्थर की मस्जिद हो
या चाँदी की मूरत
दुनिया में प्यार बिना
कोई नहीं तीर्थ
दिल से दिल
जब मिले
प्यार हो गया
सदियों से दुनिया में
ये ही तो किस्सा है
एक ही तो लड़की है
एक ही तो लड़का है
जब भी ये
मिल गए
प्यार हो गया

सागर की ओर चले
नदिया घूँघट खोले
भँवरा भी कलियों के
आगे पीछे डोले
सागर की ओर चले
नदिया घूँघट खोले
भँवरा भी कलियों के
आगे पीछे डोले
फासले कम हुये
प्यार हो गया
सदियों से दुनिया में
ये ही तो किस्सा है
एक ही तो लड़की है
एक ही तो लड़का है
जब भी ये
मिल गए
प्यार हो गया


This article is written by Raja, 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 : 3820 Post No. : 14819

Hullo to all of Atuldom

Let me start by wishing all you readers a very Happy New Year. I hope you and your loved ones have a wonderful 2019, with a lot of happiness, good health and success in whatever you wish to achieve.

Today is the 2nd of January and our Anniversary Page tells me it is the birth anniversary of Sadashiv Amrapurkar, and the death anniversary of David.

But neither of these is the subject of my post today.

Absolutely no disrespect to them, but today’s post is about a couple of other persons who also happen to have their birthday today.

A few days ago, Avinashji contacted me and reminded me that the birthday of two Atulites was coming up. He had a song in mind, and asked me if I could do a post for the occasion.

Now every year around this time (end-Dec/early Jan) I get a bit busier than usual. I have family visiting me from overseas, as it is Christmas vacation in most places around the world. Besides, this year I have some family events also around New Year’s time, requiring me to plan and travel.

So I wasn’t absolutely sure I’d be able to write this post – so I told Avinashji I’d try.

So here I am.

I will not keep you in suspense any longer about the identity of the two Atulites involved.

First, Pradeepji. (I am taking them up one by one so that you don’t stop reading right here. And no, you’re not allowed to skip to the next part of the post. 🙂 )

If some more recent readers of this blog are not particularly familiar with Pradeepji, I can understand. In recent times, he has not been very active on the blog – but he has a long history with it. And when there is a mega occasion, like when the blog completed 10 years a few months ago, we can always expect him to write a post for the occasion.

I’ve known Pradeepji from the early days when he used to comment on the blog. Then we finally got to meet in October 2014, when we had our first Atulites’ gangout in Bangalore. Pradeepji came all the way from Chennai for the event.

It was just wonderful to meet him, as also all the other Atulites who I finally got to meet face-to-face. We had a fantastic time, discussing music (of course!) but also other stuff.

Pradeepji is multi-faceted, in that not only is he a keen lover of music in a passive sense, he also tries to use his tech-oriented mind to look for ways to propagate music. It was Pradeepji who first tried to get our blog onto mobile devices in a manner that could enhance its richness, using features of software like itunes.

Pradeepji was keen to exploit the richness of our blog beyond its existing framework. So, after discussion with Atul and others, he started a project where, when all songs of a film were covered on the blog, he would load that film’s songs onto another platform. This process would involve enriching the data by adding more tags, thus allowing for even more filtering possibilities. To provide an even more nostalgic experience, he would add a poster of the film wherever possible.

I will not discuss this project in more detail because I don’t want to expose my ignorance on it. 🙂 But some of us were happy to join in and help out. I was also involved for a brief period, but there were others who were involved for much longer.

Now, for a film to be eligible to be picked up by Pradeepji for his project, all its songs had to be posted on the blog. There’s no point in doing multiple iterations for the same film. So Pradeepji would wait for a film to be “complete”. And whenever that would happen, he would respond in the comments with a “Yippeeee”. 🙂

And that’s how the project got its name, that’s how the name stuck.

So much so, that when Atul would post the final song of a film here, he’d himself mention that the film is ready to be “Yippeeed”. In other words, ready to be taken over by Pradeepji and his team. 🙂

As a result, for many of us, if we had to represent Pradeepji with one word, it would be “Yippeeee”! 🙂

After that first Bangalore gangout, we had a couple of others too, but Pradeepji couldn’t attend. However I did get to meet him earlier this year on a visit to Chennai. Although it was only for a few minutes, not more than half an hour, it felt really good. We caught up with developments. Pradeepji, multi-faceted person that he is, is busy on multiple projects, developing websites for e-commerce. Mostly out of passion for trying out different things.

From my interactions with Pradeepji, whether face-to-face or otherwise (during the Yippeeee project), I noticed that he is not just a warm person and extremely down-to-earth, he also has a lot of energy and enthusiasm for things. I believe the term for this sort of enthusiastic persion is “zinda dil”?

Anyway, today, on his birthday, I wish him a very happy birthday on behalf of all Atulites.

Now, to our second Atulite birthday today.

If you’ve been sharp enough, you might have picked up a hint already from the way I started this post. It’s not my usual style.

There’s one Atulite who starts posts in this manner – “Hullo to all in Atuldom”.

And that is Peevisie’s Mom.

It’s her birthday also today, and it gives me great pleasure to be able to write this post to wish her on the occasion.

Now Peevisie’s Mom (PM) and I have met a few times more than Pradeepji and I. We live in the same city, so it’s easier to meet up for an occasion. We first met on that first Bangalore Gangout day in October 2014 (the same one that Pradeepji also attended). Thereafter, we met at the next one too, and also on other occasions like when Arunji and Avinashji visited Bangalore, or when Lalitha visited Bangalore (when I first got to meet Peevisie’s Dad too). Besides, we speak on the phone every now and then – usually discussing a post, or she reminds me of an anniversary coming up. 🙂

I talked about Pradeepji’s enthusiasm and his being “zinda dil” – that applies equally to PM too. She too is a very enthusiastic and cheerful person – so much so, that it even tends to rub off on an otherwise gloomy me. Everytime after a conversation with her, usually on the phone for a few minutes, I feel better. And I can’t say that for a lot of people. 🙂

She’s also one of the most active persons on our Atulite whatsapp group, participating in every discussion. But that’s the energy she brings with her – whether on the group, or in conversation or in a post. She’s a wonderfully friendly and warm person – and that warmth is infectious. Which also explains why I feel better after a conversation with her. 🙂

She’s also hugely passionate about HFM and movies – which is what brought us all together to this blog in the first place. But unlike me, her knowledge isn’t limited to any specific eras or genres. For example, I barely know 5 songs of this millennium, she would know almost every film released and its music. No wonder many of the post-2000 songs posted here are from her (and Peevisie herself, of course). And yet she also knows old songs – maybe partly because she also listens to radio or watches song programmes on TV. So her knowledge is definitely wide.

She’s very fond of this blog – we can see that she tries to post on as many anniversary occasions as possible. I remember there was a time when I had more posts here than she did. In fact at that time, I had even a few posts more than Avinashji. But clearly, they were both going to overtake me, because I was hardly posting at that time. She called me up and when this topic came up, she said “bade bhai se aage nikalne ka permission chaahiye”. 🙂 We had a good laugh about it. 🙂

All in all, she’s a wonderful friend to have – and I’m fortunate to have her as a friend.

I wish her too a very happy birthday on behalf of all Atulites.

Now, for the song for today.

It’s a song picked by Avinashji – a fitting birthday song for the occasion. I want to mention here that this post wouldn’t have happened if not for Avinashji’s initiative, so it must be seen as a joint effort by both of us.

The song is “Pam para rum pum” from Trishna (1978), a GP Sippy Productions film. It is sung by Kishore Kumar and the chorus (in which a very young Sadhana Sargam got a chance to sing).

I’ve seen this movie but I don’t recall too much of the story now. It had to do with relationships, a “murder”, suspicion etc, from what I vaguely remember. I need to watch the film again.

In any case, let’s enjoy the song, as we wish both Pradeepji and Peevisie’s Mom a very happy birthday.
Editor’s note-Today is the birthday of Sheela Ji, Avinash ji’s better half’s birthday as well. So happy birthday and many happy returns of the day to her as well.


Song-Pam para rum pum (Trishna)(1978) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Kalyanji Anandji
Chorus

Lyrics

aa aa
Very good!
aa aa
Shaabaash!

Hey Pam para rum pum
Pum pum pum
Pum para rum pum
Pum pum pum
Bole bole
Jeevan ki sargam
Hey
Pam para rum pum
Pum pum pum
Pum para rum pum
Pum pum pum
Bole bole
Jeevan ki sargam

Har rang mein
Har roop mein
Har rang mein
Har roop mein
Tum hanste raho har dum
Bolo
Pam para rum pum
Pum pum pum
Pum para rum pum

Pum pum pum
Bole bole
Jeevan ki sargam

Shaabaash!
Pam para rum pum
Pum pum pum
Pum para rum pum

Pum pum pum
Bole bole
Jeevan ki sargam

Tum pyaare pyaare phoolon ko dekho
Dekho
Dekho
Hai na?
Haan
Tum pyaare pyaare phoolon ko dekho
Todey jaane se bhi hanste hain
Todey jaane se bhi hanste hain
Hanste hain jo bhi aisi adaa se
Sabke dil mein wohi baste hain
Sabke dil mein wohi baste hain
Kaisebhi haan haalaat apne bas mein ye baat
Kaise bhi haan haalaat apne bas mein ye baat
Dhoondhh sakte hain gham mein bhi khushi hum
Bolo
Pam para rum pum
Pum pum pum
Pum para rum pum

Pum pum pum
Bole bole
Jeevan ki sargam

shaabaash
Pam para rum pum
Pum pum pum
Pum para rum pum

Pum pum pum
Bole bole
Jeevan ki sargam

La la la
La la la la la
La la la
La la la la la

Kal jo aaya nahin uska gham kya
Kal jo aaya nahin uska gham kya
Kal jo beeta hai kya uska rona
Kal jo beeta hai kya uska rona
Aaj mein hi chhupa saara jeevan
Aaj ke din ko yunh hi na khona
Aaj ke din ko yunh hi na khona
Saare jeevan ka mol
Bas pyaar ke do bol
Saare jeevan ka mol
Bas pyaar ke do bol
Muskura do badal jaaye mausam
Bolo
Pam para rum pum
Pum pum pum
Pum para rum pum

Pum pum pum
Bole bole
Jeevan ki sargam

Har rang mein
Har roop mein
Har rang mein
Har roop mein
Tum hanste raho har dum

Bolo
Pam para rum pum
Pum pum pum
Pum para rum pum

Pum pum pum
Bole bole
Jeevan ki sargam

Phir se ek baar bolo
Pam para rum pum
shaabaash
Pum pum pum
Pum para rum pum
Pum pum pum

ye baat hai
Bole bole
Jeevan ki sargam

La la la
La la la la la
La la la
La la la la la

Aaiye aaiye
Aaiye
Gaaiye na
Oho come on please
La la la
La la la la la
La la la
La la la la la

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Devnagri script Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala )
———————————–
व्हेरी गुड
शाबाश

हे तम तारा रम पम
पम पम पम
पम पारा पम पम
पम पम पम
बोले बोले जीवन की सरगम

हे तम तारा रम पम
पम पम पम
पम पारा पम पम

पम पम पम
बोले बोले जीवन की सरगम

हर रंग में
हर रूप में
हर रंग में
हर रूप में
तुम हँसते रहो हरदम
बोलो
तम तारा रम पम
पम पम पम
पम पारा पम पम

पम पम पम
बोले बोले जीवन की सरगम
शाबाश
तम तारा रम पम
पम पम पम
पम पारा पम पम

पम पम पम
बोले बोले जीवन की सरगम

तुम प्यारे प्यारे फूलों को देखो
देखो
देखो
हैं ना
हाँ
तुम प्यारे प्यारे फूलों को देखो
तोड़े जाने पे भी हँसते हैं
तोड़े जाने पे भी हँसते हैं
हँसते है जो भी ऐसी अदा से ए
सब के दिल में वही बसते है
सब के दिल में वही बसते है
कैसे भी हों हालात
अपने बस में ये बात
कैसे भी हों हालात
अपने बस में ये बात
ढूंढ सकते है
ग़म में ख़ुशी हम
बोलो
तम तारा रम पम
पम पम पम
पम पारा पम पम

पम पम पम
बोले बोले जीवन की सरगम
शाबाश
तम तारा रम पम
पम पम पम
पम पारा पम पम

पम पम पम
बोले बोले जीवन की सरगम

ला ल ला
ल ल ला ल ला
ला ल ला
ल ल ला ल ला

कल जो आया नहीं उसका ग़म क्या
कल जो आया नहीं उसका ग़म क्या
कल जो बीता है क्या उसका रोना
कल जो बीता है क्या उसका रोना
आज में ही छुपा सारा जीवन
आज के दिन को यूँही न खोना
आज के दिन को यूँही न खोना
सारे जीवन का मोल
बस प्यारे के दो बोल
सारे जीवन का मोल
बस प्यारे के दो बोल
मुस्कुरा दो
बदल जाए मौसम
बोलो
तम तारा रम पम
पम पम पम
पम पारा पम पम

पम पम पम
बोले बोले जीवन की सरगम

हर रंग में
हर रूप में
हर रंग में
हर रूप में
तुम हँसते रहो हरदम
बोलो
तम तारा रम पम
पम पम पम
पम पारा पम पम

पम पम पम
बोले बोले जीवन की सरगम
फिर से एक बार बोलो

तम तारा रम पम
पम पम पम

शाबाश
पम पारा पम पम
पम पम पम

ये बात है
बोले बोले जीवन की सरगम
ला ल ला
ल ल ला ल ला
ला ल ला
ल ल ला ल ला

ला ल ला
ल ल ला ल ला
ला ल ला
ल ल ला ल ला

आईये आईये
आईये
गाईये न
ओह ओ
कामे ऑन प्लीज …
हे ला ल ला
ल ल ला ल ला
ला ल ला
ल ल ला ल ला


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

This is a labour of love, where “new” songs are added every day, and that has been the case for over TEN years. This blog has over 14900 song posts by now.

This blog is active and online for over 3800 days since its beginning on 19 july 2008.

Total number of songs posts discussed

14929

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Movies with all their songs covered =1163
Total Number of movies covered =4076

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