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4080 Post No. : 15219 Movie Count :

4183

Hullo Atuldom

“Khoon Ki Pukar” released in 1978 – censor certificate is dated 29-5-1978. It was directed by Ramesh Ahuja and produced by Tahir Husain’s T. V. Films Pvt. Ltd. It had a cast headed by Vinod Khanna and Shabana Azmi with Aruna Irani, Amjad Khan, Roopesh Kumar, Krishnakant and Pran as main supporting characters. The movie opens with the lines in “buland awaaz” (have always wondered whose voice it was)

khudi ko kar buland itna, ke har takdeer se pehle,
khuda bande se khud pooche, bata teri raza kya hai

which translates as

Make yourself so worthy that before deciding your fate God shall ask you what you wish for!

This was standard for all movies made by Tahir Husain. The movie’s songs were written by Hasrat Jaipuri (2) and Gauhar Kanpuri (5). Bappi Lahiri was the music director. The seven songs were rendered by Lata Mangeshkar (3 solos and 2 duets), Kishore Kumar (1 solo and 1 duet), Anuradha Paudwal (1), and Mohd. Rafi (only a duet).

I have been seeing this movie as and when time has been permitting over the last couple of days and this is what I have seen –

” After the murder of his wife, and his son’s kidnapping, Dr. Vidya Bhushan (Pran) decides to devote the rest of his life as a Poojary, living on the premises of a princely-donated temple, hoping and praying that one day he will be reunited with his estranged son. One day a wounded bandit named Sher Singh (Vinod Khanna) comes to the temple and Pran treats him back to health. He not only shields the man from the police, but also lies to the townspeople that the man’s name is Amrit, When Amrit recovers, he is grateful to Vidya for looking after him, and he falls in love with a town belle by the name of Shalu (Shabana Azmi). What Vidya does not know is that Amrit is really interested in the gold and jewellery hidden in a secret underground chamber below the temple; and what Amrit does not know is Shalu is seeking vengeance against Sher Singh for killing her father.”

From the above it is evident that the movie was a typical Bollywood-masala-movie relying heavily on the tried and tested ‘lost and found’ theme and ‘dacoits and revenge’ for additional leverage with the audience. Vinod Khanna and Shabana Azmi were a popular on-screen couple from the 1976 released “Shaque” to “Lahu Ke do Rang” which came in 1979 after which VK suddenly left everything and went off to Rajneesh Ashram. They did about 7 films as romantic pair and this must be one of the only movies were VK played a nasty dacoit after he turned to playing the main hero roles. Of course, this dacoit is the hero of the movie or as the stars of Bollywood like to say – character with grey-shades which gets reformed eventually, 😊

Today’s song is penned by Hasrat Jaipuri whose 20th anniversary was on 17th of September. On screen it is performed by Shabana and VK for a song sung by Lata and Kishore.
This song is also meant to wish Shabana Azmi on her 69th birthday. We all know that she was born on 18 September to poet Kaifi Azmi and his actress wife Shaukat Azmi. She is supremely talented and has won 5 National Awards for Best Actress over the years from her debut film “Ankur” in 1975 to 1999 for “Godmother”; she is also a Padma Award winner along with being a social and Women’s Rights activist.

It was not by design that I chose this song today. My aim was just to see if Shabana had worked in any movie produced by Tahir Husain and I landed on this. Why did I look for a Tahir Husain movie? Because I wanted to remember him on his 81st birth anniversary which is on 19th September. Tahir Husain – who was brother of Nasir Hussain and father of actors Aamir Khan and Faizal Khan. Tahir Husain also produced a few movies beginning with the 1971 “Caravan” till “Madhosh” in 1994. We have seen him in front of the camera in a few films directed by his brother Nasir Husain.

So, here is today’s song which starts with a couplet

ये इश्क़ नहीं आसान बस इतना समझ लीजिये
एक आग का दरिया है और डूब के जाना है

I have heard this couplet a number of times in my life and I decided to google to find its poet/ shaayar. First google came up with Jigar Moradabadi’s name, then I also found these lines attributed to Mirza Ghalib. Now I am confused. I hope there is someone in the followers of this blog who will tell who wrote this first. But Hasrat Jaipuri has begun the song with the couplet and let us enjoy it.

P.S.: I love the way Vinod Khanna walks dressed as the groom in the middle of the song. 🙂


Song-Ye ishq nahin aaasaan itna hi samajh leeje (Khoon Ki Pukaar)(1978) Singers-Lata, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Bappi Lahiri

Lyrics

yeh ishq nahin aasaan
itna hi samajh leeje ae
ek aag ka dariya hai
aur doob ke jaana hai
samjhe buddhu
aah!nahin
nahin samjha

pyaar taqdeer jagmagaata hai
rang jeewan mein jamaata hai
pyar bandook toh nahin nadaan
sabko insaan yeh banaata hai
abhi bhi nahin samjhein
ab bhi bhi nahi samjha

mohabbat karke dekho
kisi pe marke dekho
mohabbat aag bhar de
ke patthar mom kar de
ooo
jab tak dil par chot na khaaye
pyaar ki manzil koi na paaye
tum dikhlaa do pyaar ki manzil
apni samajh mein kuchh nahin aaye

saathi mere ban jaana
samjhoge afsaana
saathi mere ban jaana
samjhoge afsaana
o jaane jaana pyaar ko na jaana
o jaane jaana pyaar ko na jaana
humse seekho pyaar ka jaadu chalaana aa
pehle aankh milaana,
phir gale se lagaana
samjhe
samajh gaya

jab se tum aayin zindgaani mein
lag gayi aag jaise paani mein
ek hulchal si ho gayi paida ha aa
meri khaamosh naujawaani mein

abhi toh ibtida hai
abhi dekha hi kya hai
mohabbat zindagi hai
mohabbat hi khuda hai
hoooo
lagti ho tum to pyaar ki devi
manmandir mein aan baso ji

aayi samajh mein pyar ki geeta
pyaar kiya bhagwan ko jeeta
main hoon tera deewaana
main hoon tera parwaana
main hoon tera deewaana,
main hoon tera parwaana
o jaane jaana pyaar maine jaana
o jaane jaana pyaar maine jaana

humse sikho pyar ka, jaadu chalaana aa
pehle aankh milaana
phir gale se lagaana
phir gale se lagaana

n n n n n n n n na

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Blog Day : 4067 Post No. : 15203

Hullo to Atuldom

Today we wish the smart handsome light-eyed actor, producer, director, screen writer and editor Rakesh Roshan on his 70th birthday with lots of health and happiness- discovered as I sat to write this that he is also a cancer conqueror. Very heart-warming to learn that.

We all know that he started at a rather young age in the film industry as an assistant to Mohan Kumar during the making of “Anjaana” due to the untimely death of his father – Roshanlal Nagrath; the music director of “Baawre Nain” fame “Roshan”. (I don’t intend to list Roshan’s albums here).

Rakesh Roshan had “Ghar Ghar Ki Kahaani” as his first release in 1970. It was a supporting role where the most popular song of the movie “sama hai suhaana suhaana” was lip synced by Jalal Agha and Rakesh Roshan and Bharathi were only part of the group that shakes a leg to the song. This movie was followed by movies like “Seema”; “Ankhon Ankhon Mein”; “Paraya Dhan”; “Man Mandir” and a host of others where mostly he was either a supporting actor. There were movies where he was the lead but the stories were mostly heroine-centric as in “Khoobsurat”; “Kaamchor”; “Bahu Ki Awaz”; “Bahurani” etc. He has had successful movies with Rishi Kapoor beginning with “Khel Khel Mein” “Jhootha Kahin Ka”; “Aap Ke Deewane” and their friendship is such that Rishi did a guest appearance in Rakesh’s directorial debut “Khudgarz”. Similarly, his friendship with Sujit Kumar, Jeetendra, Prem Chopra and the pranks that they play on each other are some of the anecdotes that each of these actors don’t tire relating. Of course, he had his share of solo hero movies where the heroines were equally important – for example “Ek Kunwari Ek Kunwara” with Leena Chandavarkar, “Nafrat” with Yogita Bali; “Humari Bahu Alka” with Bindiya Goswami; “Shubh Kaamna” with Rati Agnihotri etc.

His pairing with Rekha gave us movies like “Khoobsurat” which was followed by “Neeyat”; “Daasi”; “Jeevan Dhara”; and when he turned director Rekha got the best movie of her life (my personal feeling) “Khoon Bhari Maang” which kind of resurrected Rekha’s career. She went on to even accept the role of Hrithik’s mother in Rakesh’s directorial “Koi Mil Gaya” and also played Hrithik’s grandmother in its sequel “Krrish”. It is quite well known that Rakesh Roshan likes to name all his films with titles that begin with K. He has tasted success with all the movies he has produced beginning with “Khudgarz” in 1987.

Today we have a song from one of his initial movie “Seema” (1971) which was produced by Sohanlal Kanwar and directed by Surendra Mohan and Bharathi (of South Indian movies) was his co-star. The movie also had Kabir Bedi and Simi Garewal in the cast. The most famous song of this movie “Jab bhi yeh dil udaas hota hai” is already on the blog along with two other songs.

Here is the fourth song of the movie with Rakesh Roshan trying to woo Bharathi in a manner, which in the current times and even earlier (I suppose) would amount to eve teasing. In most of the songs of this type we see the lady smiling and falling in love with ‘the tormentor’ but not in this song. The song also shows that Rakesh or Duggu, as he is addressed by his friends, was a decent dancer and didn’t indulge in stomping of the feet, or exhibiting two left feet etc. As I was seeing the video to note the lyrics there is a point in the song where he mimics a lady and I recollected that portion of “Aap Ke Deewane” where he comes dressed as a lady teacher for Tina Munim.

“Seema” had music by Shankar Jaikishan and the movie opens with a tribute to Jaikishanji. Today’s song is written by Verma Malik and it is sung by Kishore Kumar.

Once again Happy Birthday to Rakesh Roshan.


Song-Ladki chale jab sadkon pe aaye qayaamat ladkon pe (Seema)(1971) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Verma Malik, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics

ladki chale jab sadkon pe
aaye qayaamat ladkon pe ae
ladki chale jab sadkon pe
aaye qayaamat ladkon pe ae
ladki chale jab sadkon pe
aaye qayaamat ladkon pe ae
ladki ee oye

udhar gaal pe aanchal fisla
idhar kaleja haath se nikla
udhar gaal pe aanchal fisla
idhar kaleja haath se nikla
ik zaalim ki mast jawaani
dooja maar gaya hai nakhra
ho gayi ee
arre ho gayi baghaawat sadkon pe
aaye qayaamat ladkon pe ae
ladki chale jab sadkon pe
aaye qayaamat ladkon pe
kakdi ee

jisne dekha woh hi bola
dekho solah saal ka shola
jisne dekha woh hi bola
dekho solah saal ka shola
lagti hai saawan ka hindola
chalti jab kha ke hichkola
lut gayi
arre lut gayi sharaafat sadkon pe
aaye qayaamat ladko pe
ladki chalein jab sadkon pe
aaye qayaamat ladkon pe
ladki oye

li angdaayi uthth gayin baahein
thham gaye raste ruk gayih rahein
li angdaayi uthth gayih baahein
thham gaye raste ruk gayih rahein
jidhar jidhar bhi mili nigaahen
lagi kataarein daayen baayen
mach gayi
arre mach gayi hai aafat sadkon pe
aaye qayaamat ladkon pe ae
ladki chalein jab sadkon pe
aaye qayaamat ladko pe ae
ladki chalein jab sadkon pe
aaye qayaamat ladkon pe
ladki oye


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Blog Day : 4059 Post No. : 15192

“Chaalaak”(1973) was directed by T N Sharma and R K Bannerji for Film Dhara, Bombay. This “social” movie had Radha Saluja, Kiran Kumar, Alka, Jayshree T, Brahmchaari, Keshto Mukherji, Jagdeesh Raj, Brahm Bhardwaj, Master Ratan, Uma Dutt, Paresh Nanda, Moolchand, Banjara, Bachan Singh, Elizabeth, Suring=der Khanna, Sheikh, Bhola, Satyarani, Sudakshana Mukherji etc with guest appearances by Maruti, Hercules, Lalita Kumari, and friendly appearances by Ajeet, Gautam Sareen, P Jairaj and Danny Danjongpa.

The movie had five songs in it. Three of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fourth song from “Chaalaak”(1973). This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar and chorus. Hasrat Jaipuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ganesh.

The song is picturised as a party song. I am unable to identify the lady lip syncing the song in Asha Bhonsle’s voice. Danny lip syncs in Kishore Kumar’s voice. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify the lip syncing lady.

The music of the song sounds familiar but that is not because this music was heard earlier. That is because this music was heard years later in a Laxmikant Pyarelal composition, viz “gore nahin ham kaale sahi” in “Deshpremi”(1982). Or is it some other song. I request our knowledeable readers to tell us about the song where this music is reused.


Song-Piye jaa jiye jaa (Chaalaak)(1973) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Ganesh
Both
Chorus

Lyrics

duniya phaani
duniya phaani
ho bahta paani
arre jawaani badi toofaani
hey duniya phaani
hey bahta paani
arre jawaani badi toofaani

ho
zindagi kya ik nasha hai
mastiyon ka jaam hai
hey zindagi kya ek nasha hai
mastiyon ka jaam hai
piye ja

o jiye ja aa
piya ja jiye ja
piya ja jiye ja

piye ja ja ja
jiye ja ja ja
piye ja jiye ja piye ja jiye ja

tu ru ru ru ru ru
tu ru ru ru ru
tu ru ru ru ru ru
ho o
tu ru ru ru ru
tu ru ru ru
tu ru ru ru ru ru
aaa

laalalalalalala
laalalalala

hey hey haa

jo maza hai yaar ki baahon mein
ham se poochh lo
arre haan jo maza hai yaar ki baahon mein
ham se poochh lo
aankhen tumhaari shaayaraana
lab hain tumhaare ya paimaana

ho
ho
ho
piye jaa
o jiye jaa
piye ja jiye ja
piye ja jiye ja
duniya phaani

haa
hey bahta paani
haa
arre ye jawaani badi toofaani
ho duniya phaani

main hi tera humsafar hoon
kaun chheenega mujhe
arre main hi tera humsafar hoon
kaun chheenega mujhe

kab se tumhi pe main fida hoon
dil ki tumhaare ye sada hoon
haa
haa
haa
piye ja
jiye ja aa
piya ja jiye ja
piya ja jiye ja
duniya phaani

haa
hey bahta paani
haa
arre jawaani
badi toofaani
ho zindagi kya
ik nasha hai
mastiyon ka jaam hai

piye ja ja ja
jiye ja ja ja
piye ja jiye ja
piye ja jiye ja

piye ja aa
jiye jaa aa
piye ja aa
jiye jaa
piye ja
jiye ja
piye ja
jiye ja
piye ja
jiye ja
piye ja
jiye ja


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

4054 Post No. : 15186 Movie Count :

4172

Hullo To all in Atuldom

A very happy Janmashtami or Gokulashtami or Sri Krishna Jayanthi as it is called in the various parts of the country. It is celebrated with a lot of prasads, bhajans and jagrans (in some regions). Jagran means keeping awake. The thought behind this is that Lord Krishna was born in the dead of the night so the devotees keep vigil till that hour. As per mythology it was raining heavily at the time of the Lord’s birth and most of the country is having a good monsoon at this point.

The Srimad Bhagwat Puraan says- at birth the Lord was transported, hidden inside a basket by his father Vasudev, to the house of Nand in Gokul, across a swollen Yamuna. (As if in anticipation of the lord there is a flood alert along the banks of the river Yamuna this year.) The Lord grew up in the loving care of Nand and his wife Yashoda. His baal-leelas (playful pastimes as a child) are described in the 10th Canto of the Srimad Bhagwat Puraan. One of the acts described in great detail is ‘maakhan chori‘ – how the lord Loved to reach out to the pots of curds, milk and butter that used to be hung up in the kitchens of Gokul.

Today’s song shows the day 2 of the Janmashtami / Gokulashtami celebrations that is very common in western India. It is from the 1979 Rajkumar Kohli directed Sunil Dutt- Reena Roy- Bindiya Goswami- Shatrughan Sinha starrer ‘Muqaabla’. It has songs penned by Verma Malik with Laxmi-Pyare as the music directors.  Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Anwar, Mahendra Kapoor and Mohd. Rafi are the playback singers used in the movie. The movie was a typical romantic, masaala movie where Sunil Dutt and Shatru play gang leaders. I vaguely remember having seen it, possibly on television, and by the time I discovered it half the movie was over.

But here is the gist as given on IMDB.com:

Sheru (Shatrughan Sinha) and Vicky (Sunil Dutt) are two gang leaders. After a series of complications and mishaps both realize that they will be better off being friends and helping the poor and needy. They also fall in love with two separate women, one of them is Lacho (Reena Roy). When these two turn good guys, the bad guy’s leader Banwanri (Ranjeet) gets angry and vengeful. Fortunately, our two heroes get support from a honest police inspector (Premnath). Then Sheru finds out that Lacho really loves Vicky and his son, this embittered them both against each other. And the two again resume their old rivalry and hatred for each other.

As I said earlier, Janmashtami celebrations continue on to the second day in many parts of India. There are street corner scenes where in pots of goodies along with dahi are tied high up. Groups of youngsters make an attempt at breaking the pots, by making human pyramids and emulating Krishna’s habit of breaking pots which were tied up in the kitchens of yore.

In my younger days (there, I let the cat out of the bag, that I am not so young now though I like to think that I am still a bachcha 🙂 ) we used to have dahi-handi in our apartment complex between the two wings of flats. They used to be tied at a height of 1st floor. We needed a pyramid of three tiers to reach the handi. It was a very simple joyful day. Then as time went by, as in other spheres of life, commercialization set in the dahi-handi festival began to be conducted with prize money attached to the ropes of dahi-handi. This has further grown to the extent that there is this chowk (crossroad intersection) in Thane where the competition is held and the whole road is out of bounds for traffic for the day. And groups of youth practice for months on end to make pyramids which have seven or eight layers. There are numerous cases of people falling and breaking their limbs.  Lately there are also all girl groups in the contest. It is telecast live on all Marathi TV channels and makes for good viewing.

Dahi-handi was made popular in Hindi cinema by Shammi Kapoor in ‘Bluffmaster’ (1965) – the original “Govinda Aala Re, Aala, Zara Matki Sambhaal Brijbaala“.  Various heroes have copied him in subsequent years. In today’s song, we have Shatrughan Sinha and Sunil Dutt have a go at the handi along with Manmohan (in red shirt) and others who are not clear in this video. (A few years back Sonakshi Sinha also had a Govinda song to her name). The song is written by Verma Malik and Laxmikant Pyarelal are the music directors. Mohd Rafi and Kishore Kumar are the playback singers.  I couldn’t stop my smile when I saw Sunil Dutt dancing. Don’t know who the dance master was who gave him steps that were uncharacteristic of Duttsaab. Then Dr. Shreeram Lagoo enters the scene as the advisor of peace and I was desperately trying to recognize the actor in the light brown shirt with a head band who was trying to raise bets on who will break the handi. The finale of the song is the whole pyramid collapsing when this actor pokes a pin into the feet of one of the govindas (that is what the boys in the pyramid are called)

Govinda Aala Re!!!!

Song – Teen Batti Waala, Ae Govinda Aala  (Muqaabla) (1979) Singer -Mohammed Rafi, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics – Verma Malik, MD – Laxmikant Pyaarelal
Chorus

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)

teen batti waala
ae govinda aala
ae teen batti waala
he govinda aala
govinda govinda govinda
he govinda govinda govinda
rassi pe latki mitti ki matki
matki mein maal masaala
govinda
govinda
govinda teen batti waala
dekho matki phodne aala re aala

he laal patti waala
govinda aala
he laal patti waala
he govinda aala
govinda govinda govinda
he govinda govinda govinda
oopar latak ke niche patak ke
loot lo maal masaala
govinda
govinda
govinda lal patti waala
apni sena ko lekar aala re aala

baandh kataare daal do ghera
is matki par haq hai mera
baandh kataare daal do ghera
is matki par haq hai mera
sar koi uthaaye
sar ko jhuka do
haath uthe to
haath uda do
haathon ke tote ud jaayenge
hum se jo pad gaya paala
govinda
govinda
govinda teen batti wala
dekho matki phodne aala re aala

naam mera duniya pehchaane
bachcha bachcha mujhko jaane
naam mera duniya pehchaane
bachcha bachcha mujhko jaane
kadam uthe to
duniya jhukti
chalti hawa mujhe dekh kar rukti
mere haath se bach kar jaaye
bach kar jaaye
jaaye koi kismat wala
govinda
govinda
govinda lal patti wala
apni sena ko lekar aala re aala

govinda aala re aala
govinda aala re aala
is matki ko hum lootenge
govinda aala re aala
dekhna phir kayi sar phootenge
govinda aala re aala
hai muqaabla hum cha tum cha
koi na aaye beech mein chamcha
dekhta hoon mai tera hausla
kar doonga main abhi faisla
teen batti to jalti rahegi
lal patti bhi to chamakti rahegi
teen batti to jalti rahegi
lal patti bhi toh chamakti rahegi

[dialogues]

govinda govinda govinda govinda
he ae ae ae
govinda govinda govinda govinda
he ae ae ae
govinda govinda govinda
govinda govinda govinda
govinda govinda govinda
govinda govinda govinda
govinda govinda govinda
govinda govinda govinda
govinda govinda govinda
govinda govinda govinda


This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, 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 :

4038 Post No. : 15163 Movie Count :

4166

Naseeruddin Shah, in a chat with a newspaper journalist sometime in early 2014, had revealed that there were about 35 Hindi which have been completed in all respect but remained unreleased till that day. If the numbers are correct, it could be some sort of a dubious record for a Hindi film actor. But I am not surprised. Naseeruddin Shah has been mostly associated with the ‘parallel’ and the ‘middle of the road cinemas. And for such types of films, it is very difficult to get distributors to release the films.

Out of curiosity, I searched for the list of Naseeruddin Shah’s unreleased films on the internet but drew a blank. I could trace out names of his few unreleased films which included one untitled film directed by Mrinal Sen some time in 1970s, ‘Musaafir’ (1986) ‘Libaas’ (1988) directed by Gulzar, ‘Time Machine’ (1992) directed by Shekhar Kapoor, ‘Eelctric Moon’ (1992, English), ‘101 Days (1992), ‘Private Detective : Two Plus Two Plus One’ (1997), ‘The Coffin Maker’ (2013) ‘Chambal Safari’ (2014), ‘Company Ustaad’ (2014), ‘Mastaan’ (2014), ‘Thaak Jhaank’ (2016) etc.

From the above list, I found the film ‘Musaafir’ (1986) an interesting one for more than one reason. First, the film was directed by Dr. Jabbar Patel, an imminent Marathi theatre and film personality known for producing and directing classic Marathi dramas and ‘middle of the road’ Marathi films. This was Dr. Jabbar Patel’s first association with Hindi film as a director. Second, the film’s star cast included Rekha besides Naseeruddin Shah, Moon Moon Sen, Mohan Agashe, Usha Nadkarni and Pankaj Kapoor. Lastly, the songs were written by Gulzar which were set to music by R D Burman.

The film was based on a Marathi play ‘Ashi Pakhre Yeti’ (Aise Aaten Hain Panchhi or Here Comes the Birds) written by Vijay Tendulkar who wrote the film’s screen-play. Gulzar wrote the dialogues. The film was certified by the Censor Board sometime in 1984 but it could not get a theatrical release.

I searched for the film on the net but could not locate the DVD of the full film. Finally, I located the film which has been uploaded on YT in parts. From the quality of the video, I guess, the uploader has uploaded the video clips of the film ripping off from VHS tape. I also noticed that some parts of the film got repeated in the clips. So it was difficult for me to know as to the proper sequence of the story in the film. With these limitations, I give below a gist of the story of the film:

The story of the film can broadly be divided into two parts. In the first part, the story revolves around Naseeruddin Shah and Moon Moon Sen who have recently married and have been staying in a posh locality in Mumbai. While Naseeruddin Shah is a reserved type of man, Moon Moon Sen is an extrovert and tomboyish. She likes to spend the free time with her male friends. Being a daughter of a wealthy parents and convent educated, she has been brought up in a liberal environment.

Naseeruddin Shah resents his wife’s association with her male friends. But he is unable to tell so to his wife. He feels that if they start a family, perhaps she will have more time to spend with him than with her male friends. But his wife is afraid of child birth because of her earlier trauma of mis-carriage. His resentment inside him about his wife’s behaviour get worsen day by day. He has now become so paranoid that he starts suspecting his wife having an affair with one of her male friends (Benjamin Gilani) and fears that one day she would leave him. With these kinds of paranoid thoughts, he kills his wife by poisoning her and gets her admitted to a hospital in an unconscious state. After few hours of her admission, she dies. The doctors and police are waiting for the post-mortem report. Naseeruddin Shah decides to run away.

The second part of the story starts in a village in Kerala where after wandering all over India, Naseeruddin Shah decides to settle in a village in Kerala. Impulsively, he visits a house of a middle class family and introduces himself as one of the past students of a local school where he had studied during his childhood and where the patriarch of the family was a teacher. He gets this idea to introduce himself from the photographs displayed in the varandah of the house. With this, a comfort level between the family consisting of father (Mohan Agashe), mother (Usha Nadkarni), daughter (Rekha) and son (Pankaj Kapoor) and himself have been established. The family allows him to stay with them for few days.

During his stays, Naseeruddin Shah comes to know that all four of them suffer from different problems arising from lack of confidence. With his wits and persuasion, he changes their lives to make them confident. In the meanwhile, the parents are scouting for a groom for their daughter (Rekha). She is presented to the prospective groom who has come to see her with his family. The groom’s family approves of her but she rejects the groom as she has fallen in love with Naseeruddin Shah who has taken shelter in her house.

Naseeruddin Shah tries to bring the rejected groom and the bride together to discuss as to the reason for her rejection of him. In this process, Naseeruddin Shah comes to know that the Rekha has developed a soft corner for him. He decides to leave the house without the knowledge of the family. But Rekha comes to know of his plans and confronts him as to why he leaving the village. Naseeruddin Shah gives many excuses but Rekha is not convinced. Finally, he reveals that he is a murderer and the police forces are looking for him. Rekha still thinks that he is lying just to justify his leaving the village. Knowing that he is determined to leave, she tells him that she would not now stop him for leaving the village.

Naseeruddin Shah returns to his apartment in Mumbai where he used to stay with his wife. He is overwhelmed with the nostalgia. While standing in front of a mirror in his bedroom watching his own reflection, images of his wife and Rekha come. The faster interchanges of images in the mirror of Moon Moon Sen and Rekha make him emotionally unstable. He commits suicide by a gun shot at his own head.

The film has three melodious songs of which I have chosen to present the song ‘thhak gaya hoon mujhe sone do’ sung by Kishore Kumar. This song is played as a background song which comes in the film at a crucial stage. Naseeruddin Shah is running away from Mumbai after killing his wife. The song symbolises the transition from his Mumbai story to the next story in a Kerala village to start his life afresh.

The song is also available in studio recording version with somewhat different orchestrations with an additional antara. I like this version more than the film’s sound track version for its orchestration. From the studio version, one can notice that before Kishore Kumar starts singing, there is a faint voice (probably of R D Burman) saying ‘1, 2, 1, 2, ‘start’. After the second antara of singing, Kishore Kumar makes a mistake by repeating the second antara. There is a faint voice saying ‘cut’ and he stops singing. Some instructions to Kishore Kumar, probably from R D Burman in faint voice can be heard after which R D Burman repeats his part of singing and Kishore Kumar takes over his singing of third antara. In the lyrics given below, I have omitted the repeat portion.

It is a melancholic song in keeping with the situation in the film. Gulzar saab’s lyrics are simple but conveys the depressing situation in his trade-mark style. The tune is melodious and the orchestration is good in the context of the song.

Audio (Studio recording version)

Video

Song-O bahut raat huyi (Musaafir)(1986)(UR) Singers-Kishore Kumar, R D Burman, Lyrics-Gulzar, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics(Based on the studio recording version)

o bahut raat huyi
thhak gaya hoon
mujhe sone do
o bahut raat huyi
o chaand se keh do utar jaaye
bahut baat huyi
chaand se keh do utar jaaye
bahut baat huyi
thhak gaya hoon
mujhe sone do
o bahut raat huyi

zindagi ke sabhi raaste sard hain
zindagi ke sabhi raaste sard hain
ajnabi raat ke ajnabi dard hain
yaad se keh do guzar jaaye
bahut baat huyi
yaad se keh do guzar jaaye
bahut baat huyi
main thhak gaya hoon
mujhe sone do
o bahut raat huyi

aashiyaan ke liye chaar tinke bhi thhe
aasre raat ke aur din ke bhi thhe
dhoondhte thhe jise wo zara si zameen
aasmaan ke tale kho gayi hai kahin
dhoop se keh do utar jaaye
bahut baat huyi
dhoop se keh do utar jaaye
bahut baat huyi
main thhak gaya hoon
mujhe sone do
o bahut raat huyi

o maloya….aa
chalo dheere dheere
o maloya….aa
chalo dheere dheere

yaad aata nahin ab koi naam se
yaad aata nahin ab koi naam se
sab gharon ke diye bujh gaye shaam se
waqt se keh do guzar jaaye
bahut baat huyi
waqt se keh do guzar jaaye
bahut baat huyi
main thhak gaya hoon
mujhe sone do
o bahut raat huyi
main thhak gaya hoon
mujhe sone do
(o maloya….aa)
main thhak gaya hoon
(chalo dheere dheere)
main thhak gaya hoon
(o maloya….aa)
mujhe sone do
(chalo dheere dheere)


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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#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 85 #Remembering Kishore Kumar on his birth anniversary#
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Today 4th August (2019) (4 August 1929 – 13 October 1987) is the 90th birth anniversary of the ‘Versatile Genius’ Kishore Kumar or Abhas Kumar Ganguly or as he always liked to introduce himself as – Kishore Kumar Khandwewaala.

I have mentioned in my earlier posts that I cannot forget Khandwa when I am writing about Kishore Kumar. The place has been associated with his name forever and I have fond memories of visiting Khandwa, his ‘Gouri-Kunj’ and his memorial there on Indore road, when I was at Nagpur from 2015-2017.

For today’s post I am not going to discuss more about ‘Khandwa’ or ‘Gouri-Kunj’, but the song I am going to present today has a ‘Khandwa connection’ because I came across this song during my visit to Khandwa in ‘2015’ when I was preparing a post with a Kishore Kumar song 🙂

This being a song from the seventies I thought I would share it on the blog someday.
When I listen to this song first time (a lesser heard one), I had feeling of hearing it years back, may be on radio. This is a song from the 1971 movie – ‘Jai Baangala Desh’. Both the song and the movie name were new for me except the information about this movie and its song mentioned in HFGK Vol V which I was possessing.

I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on this movie and about its songs.

‘Jai Bangalaa Desh-1971’ was directed by I.S. Johar.

He also wrote the story of this movie and was also the producer of this movie.

The cast of this movie includes I.S. Johar, Ambika Johar, Rajeev Johar, Kaveri Choudhary (Bangladesh), S.N.Bannerjee, Ram Kamlani, Nazeer Kashmiri, Madhumati, Lakshmi Chhaya, Shefali, Pal Sharma, Bhagwan, Dilip Dutt, Polson, Jery, Tuntun, Ramesh Johar, Anand Vij, Satyadeep, Ratan Kashmiri, Master Alankar, Baby Tabassum, Ranger(Dog) and Radha in guest appearance and others.

This movie had total eight sound tracks including title music, theme music and one Dog chase music released on the records of this movie.

The remaining five songs were composed by Kalyanji-Anandji, while three lyricists namely Indeewar wrote three songs, Qamar Jalalabadi and Farooq Qaiser penned one song each.

Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar, Mahendra Kapoor and Sushma Shreshtha had given their voices to the songs in this movie.

Today’s song is sung by Kishore Kumar (the only song he had in this movie) and composed by Kalyanji-Anandji.
Lyrics are by Indeewar.

(This song plays in the background, and I am unable to identify the actor and other supporting actors shown in the picturization of this song. I would request knowledgeable readers to help in identifying of the actors please.)

On ‘friendship day’ today and paying our tributes to Kishore Kumar, I selected this song sung by Kishore Kumar, which is giving a message of ‘humanity’ and ‘brotherhood’ among the many other songs which I had thought I can share on this occasion today.
Moreover, I personally think that ‘music’ is the best friend making friends all over and bringing people together cutting across the barriers of caste, creed, race and religion all over the world.

So far, on the blog we have 1149 songs of Kishore Kumar posted out of the total 2709 songs (our statistics). And that means we still have a long way to go getting may of the Kishore Kumar songs on the blog. And day to day while listening the radio I am coming across many of his beautiful songs of ‘many moods’ from the eighties which we have to bring here on the blog.

Let us now listen and enjoy today’s song…

With this today’s song the movie ‘Jai Baangla Desh-1971’ is makes a debut on the blog!!!

(Note: – HFGK Vol V mentions that this movie was revised and passed with a new title of ‘Aage Badho’ in 1971 (13.09.1972). The first version of this movie ‘Jai Baangla Desh-1971’ was passed by Censor Board on 26.10.1971).

Video

Audio

Song-Main hoon ek roop anek (Jai Baangladesh)(1971) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-indeewar, MD-Kalyanji Anandji
Chorus

Lyrics(Based on audio link)
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dialogues
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(first male voice, second male voice, third male voice)

(Kahaan hai Allaah
Allaah hota to mujhe is tarah andhaa
Kar diyaa jaata?
Main desh ke liye lad rahaa hoon,
Anaathon, vidhwaaon ke lad rahaa hoon

Allaah apne bandon ka imtihaan leta hai
Allaah ka naam lo,
Thheek ho jaaoge!

Main Allaah ka naam kabhi nahin loonga!!

Naa lete huye bhi tumne Allaah ka naam le liya hai
ab uski rehmat ka karishmaa dekho!!

Masjid mein main hi Khuda hoon,
Girijon mein main hi Isaa,
Mahaveer, Budhh hoon main hi,
Mandir mein main hi moorat,
Jab jaisi jahaan zaroorat,
Waisi hi meri soorat…
)

Ho badhte hai jab jab paap dharti par
Paap mitaane aata hoon
Badhte hai jab jab paap dharti par
Paap mitaane aata hoon
Ek hoon main par
Naye naye roopon mein aata jaata hoon
Main hoon ek
Roop anek
Main hoon ek
Roop anek

Ban ke Kanhaiyya bansi bajaiyya
Prem ka raaz dikhaaya hai
Ban ke Budhh kabhi shuddh kiya man
Jag ko tyaag sikhaaya hai
Kabhi Mohammad ban ke basaaya
Makka aur madeene ko o
Isaa ban ke chhalni kiya
Maine kabhi apne seene ko
Naanak ban ke
Kabhi gyaan ke deep jalaane aata hoon
Ek hoon main par
Naye naye roopon mein aata jaata hoon
Main hoon ek
Roop anek
Main hoon ek
Roop anek

Kabhi Quraan
To Kabhi Bible
Kabhi Ved kabhi Geeta hoon
Kabhi hoon Mariam
Kabhi Yashoda
Kabhi Fateema
Seeta hoon
Mere naam ki de ke duhaayi
Jo logon ko ladaate hain
Wo hain bande dharm ke andhe
Wo na kabhi mujhe paate hain
Aata nahin ladaane ko main
Mel karaane aata hoon
Ek hoon main par
Naye naye roopon mein aata jaata hoon
Main hoon ek
Roop anek
Main hoon ek
Roop anek

Ho badhte hai jab jab paap dharti par
Paap mitaane aata hoon
Ek hoon main par
Naye naye roopon mein aata jaata hoon
Main hoon ek
Roop anek
Main hoon ek
Roop anek
Main hoon ek
Roop anek
Main hoon ek
Roop anek

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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हो बढतें है जब जब पाप धरती पर
पाप मिटाने आता हूँ
बढतें है जब जब पाप धरती पर
पाप मिटाने आता हूँ
एक हूँ मैं पर
नए नए रूपों में आता जाता हूँ
मैं हूँ एक
रूप अनेक
मैं हूँ एक
रूप अनेक

बन के कन्हैय्या बंसी बजैय्या
प्रेम का राज़ दिखाया है
बन के बुद्ध कभी शुद्ध किया मन
जग को त्याग सिखाया है
कभी मोहम्मद बन के बसाया
मक्का और मदीने को ओ
इसा बन के छलनी किया
मैंने कभी अपने सीने को
नानक बन के
कभी ज्ञान के दीप जलाने आता हूँ
एक हूँ मैं पर
नए नए रूपों में आता जाता हूँ
मैं हूँ एक
रूप अनेक
मैं हूँ एक
रूप अनेक

कभी कुरान
तो कभी बाइबल
कभी वेद कभी गीता हूँ
कभी हूँ मरियम
कभी यशोदा
कभी फातीमा
सीता हूँ
मेरे नाम की दे के दुहाई
जो लोगों को लड़ाते हैं
वो है बन्दे धर्म के अंधे
वो ना कभी मुझे पाते हैं
आता नहीं लड़ाने को मैं
मेल कराने आता हूँ
एक हूँ मैं पर
नए नए रूपों में आता जाता हूँ
मैं हूँ एक
रूप अनेक
मैं हूँ एक
रूप अनेक

हो बढतें है जब जब पाप धरती पर
पाप मिटाने आता हूँ
एक हूँ मैं पर
नए नए रूपों में आता जाता हूँ
मैं हूँ एक
रूप अनेक
मैं हूँ एक
रूप अनेक
मैं हूँ एक
रूप अनेक
मैं हूँ एक
रूप अनेक


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.

This article is the 300th article written by Peevesie’s mom in the blog.

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Happy Friendship day to all in Atuldom

As I have said in my post last year, the first Sunday of August is celebrated in many parts of the world as Friendship day. All the proverbs or sayings connected with Friends and Friendship come rushing to the mind viz. “a friend in need is a friend indeed”; “a real friend is one who walks in when the rest of the world walks out”; “every gift from your friend is a wish for your happiness”; “a friends’ eye is like a good mirror”; etc.

At the same time I can recollect numerous songs from Bollywood connected with friendship and friends like “doston se pyaar kiya dushmanon se badle liya” (which subsequently Usha Uthup used to sing as “doston se pyaar kiya dushmano se bahut pyaar kiya” in all her concerts); “ae yaar sun yaari teri mujhe zindagi se bhi pyaari hai”; and the most popular of them all- “ye dosti hum nahin todenge”.

It is really fortunate to have friends on whom one can rely. It is an experience where in, one can just pick up the phone and begin talking as if there was no break in the one-to-one interaction, or any lapse of time in between one meeting or chat and another. And I must say I experienced it. So much so, that around the beginning of June a few friends of mine from my college days decided to meet up at the place of one amongst us and spend a few days together.

Much like the gangout that I had with my blog friends in April end. That gangout was decided at short notice, even the venue changed from Guruji’s place to Kamathji’s place as Guruji had to urgently rush out of Mumbai. It was a hangout that fell in place as Sudhirji intimated that he will be in Mumbai at that time with Bakshishji for company, for almost a week. And I didn’t want to miss the opportunity of meeting the two of them, and made it aware that I will have only a few hours at my disposal before catching my return bus to Bangalore. And the hangout happened with Bharatji, Sudhirji, Bakshishji and Nitinji.

We had a very gracious and efficient host in Kamathji and his family. I simply loved the attention they gave us. Nitinji and Bharatji had already arrived when I reached the venue and then the bell rang. We all expected it to be the Dilliwales but it turned to be our ever-smiling IN-HOUSE ENCYCLOPAEDIA. That was the best surprise that could have been sprung on the gang as we were without information about his location. And the sweet/ cute person that he is, he decided to meet us as soon as he landed in Mumbai – just that morning. Then the Dilliwales walked in and we had quorum so to speak. We managed to spend a joyful time where Sudhirji and Bakshishji spoke of their time well-spent over the last two days doing what we all enjoy- listening to music.

So, when birds of the same feather flock together there is a whole lot of Music, Masti And Magic. (this last 3 Ms is the slogan of one of the many music channels on satellite television). Like it happened when I met my gang of college friends in the heart of summer and the country reeling under temperatures of 40-49 degrees Celsius. But that didn’t stop us from getting out into the sun and seeing a part of the country which we had never visited. And when it got too hot, we just whiled away the time in the comfort of the air-conditioned room, talking of old times and catching up on 30 years of gossip, with platefuls of snacks and mugs full of tea/ coffee. Yes, I had met a particular friend after that many years but we never felt that it was that long back. There was no awkwardness. That is what friends and friendship is about I suppose.

We have numerous Hindi film songs where gangs of girl friends pick up their cycles and go about singing like Saira Banu did in Padosan or Nutan did in Anaari and Chhaliya. Heroes are no different and we have seen Rajendra Kumar in Aas Ka Panchchi; Rishi Kapoor and Rakesh Roshan with their group of friends in Aap Ke Deewane etc. But our movie stars also sing along with their friends in open topped cars and jeeps and we end up having songs like “chaahe koi khush ho chaahe gaaliyan hazaar de”; “Manubhai motor chale pom pom pom”.

Now there is a similarity in the two open topped car songs that I have mentioned. Though the two songs are 24 years apart, and they show the heroes frolicking about they are singing in the same voice. That of Kishore Kumar.

Kishore Kumar who would have been 90 today. Unbelievable!!! But then we are not fortunate to have him amongst us. We are fortunate that we have his songs- songs that tickle us into laughter, bring a smile to our lips, nudge us out of bad moods. And we are grateful to lord almighty for this singer, actor, producer, director and music composer who lived amongst us mortals. Whose friendship with Dev Anand, RD Burman, Rajesh Khanna etc is well known. His voice was instrumental in shaping the careers of many actors till Anil Kapoor, Sunjay Dutt, Kumar Gaurav etc.

Today’s song is from the 1978 Surinder Kapoor produced, Sikandar Khanna directed “Phool Khile Hain Gulshan Gulshan” which starred Rishi Kapoor and Moushumi Chatterjee in lead roles with Ashok Kumar, Amjad Khan, Asrani, Ranjeet, Helen, Paintal Mukri, Dr. Shreeram Lagoo etc. Mithun Chakravarthy played one of Rishi Kapoor’s many friends in the movie. The songs were written by Rajinder Krishan and Laxmikant- Pyarelal were the music composers.

I have seen this movie years ago but the story of the movie as given on IMDB.com is as follows (and is accurate I must say) —
Aware that his grandson has acquired all the bad habits of a rich and spoiled brat, including womanizing and alcohol, Lala Ganpat Rai, instructs his lawyers to make it conditional that he, Vishal, shall not receive any money or property from his estate unless he fulfills either of two conditions. One: That he marries a woman of Rai’s choice, Shalini, who shall inherit half of the property; and in order for Vishal to inherit all of the property he must re-locate to their farmhouse in a village, cultivate a piece of land, and grow some crops on it within one year. Needless to say, Vishal is enraged at this, and neither of the two conditions are acceptable to him. However, he reconsiders this, and he and half a dozen friends travel to the village, set a comfortable albeit accommodations, and attempt to cultivate the land. Things do not go as planned, as Vishal and his friends are accused of molesting and raping a village belle, which leads to her suicide. His friends, noticing the changed atmosphere, disappear, leaving Vishal alone to carry out the mammoth task of cultivating the land on his own, without help or support, and angry villagers who may expel him from their village. It looks like Vishal is on his way of losing everything he had ever hoped, prayed, and taken for granted.

From the above story it is evident that friends can make or break one’s life. There is a line in the other song that I have mentioned above

“chaahe koi khush ho chaahe gaaliyan hazaar de” which is how friendships should be

“baant kar jo khaaye us pe apne jaan-o-dil lutaa
jo bachaaye maal us ko jooti’on ka haar de”

Let your heart and your life be beholden
For a buddy who shares his food with you
But for him, who scrimps and keeps safe his things
Be sure to present him with a garland of shoes”

-this I have copy pasted from the post that Sudhirji had written for the song.

Happy Birthday to our Kishore Kumar

Song-Mannu bhai motor chali pam pam pam (Phool Khile Hain Gulshan Gulshan)(1978) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
Asrani
Chorus

Lyrics

ae mannu bhai motor chali pam pam pam
hey mannu bhai motor chali pam pam pam
hey mannu bhai motar chali pam pam pam
hey mannu bhai motor chali pam pam pam
chowpatty jaayenge na bhelpuri khaayenge
chowpatty jaayenge na bhelpuri khaayenge
achhi achhi sooraton se aankhen ladaayenge
halla machaayenge
gulla machaayenge
band baaja baajega dhum dhum dhum
hey mannu bhai motar chali pam pam pam
manu bhai motor chali pam pam pam
chowpatty jaayenge na bhel puri khaayenge
achhi achhi surto se aankhen ladaayenge
halla machaayenge
gulla machaayenge
band baaja baajega dhum dhum dhum
ae mannu bhai motor chali pam pam pam
hey manu bhai motar chali pam pam pam

yeh kal ki baat hai
la la la laa la la
aankh meri fadki
la la la laa la la
kal ki baat hai aankh meri fadki
jaldi se god mein phir aayi ek ladki
ladki
arre kaun thhi wo ladki

maine jab poochha
la la la laa la la
bol tera naam kya
la la la laa la la
toh hans ke woh boli
naam se hai kaam kya
aayi thhi woh dham se
aayi thhi wo dhum se gayi chham chham chham
ae manu bhai motor chale pam pam pam
hey mannu bhai motor chali pam pam pam
hey manu bhai motor chali pam pam pam
hey mannu bhai motor chali pam pam pam

ae eeee
saamne wo dekh re
ae eeee
ek truck aa raha
arre jhoothh mat bol
aa nahin jaa raha

dekho ankh maare laal laal signal
signal ko tod do
baat badi simple

dekho bell bottom gaalon pe dimple
halka sa gaalon pe hai ek pimple
mannu bhai pyaara
bada achcha bhaiyya
chokari ki ?? mein
karega ta tha thaiyya

ta ta trak trak dhun dhunn
ji bi ka ta tha thurain
dhun trak thun dhun
?? tirkit dhaam
dhaam
hey mannu bhai motor chali pam pam pam
hey mannu bhai motor chali pam pam pam
chowpatty jaayenge na bhel puri khaayenge
achchi achchi soorton se aankhen ladaayenge
halla machaayenge
gulla machaayenge
band baaja baajega dhum dhum dhum
ae mannu bhai motor chali pam pam pam
hey mannu bhai motor chali pam pam pam


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4153

“Ek Naari Ek Brahmchaari”(1971) was directed by K P atma for Jyoti Navshakti Combines, Bombay. This “social” movie had Jeetendra, Mumtaz, Sohrab Modi, Durga Khote, Jagdeep, Aruna Irani, Mukri, Mohan Choti, Brahmchaari, B B Bhalla, Polson, Birbal, Harinath Thakur, Vishnu Malhotra, Renu etc, with guest appearances by eshto Mukherji and Krishn Dhawan and special appearances by Shatrughan Sinha and Malka.

The movie had five songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Ek Naari Ek Brahmchaari”(1971) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Kishore Kumar. Hasrat Jaipuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shankar Jaikishan.

The song is picturised on Jeetendra and Mumtaz.

With this song, “Ek Naari Ek Brahmchaari”(1971) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Ye pyaar to milan hai (Ek Naari Ek Brahmchaari)(1971) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics (Sent by Prakashchandra)

ye pyaar to milan hai
yahaan milen wahaan milen
jahaan kaho jaise kaho wahaan milen
ye pyaar to milan hai
yahaan milen wahaan milen
jahaan kaho jaise kaho wahaan milen
ye pyar to milan hai

dekho na aise mujhko
kyun dil jala rahi ho
mauka hai pyaar ka ye
kyon door ja rahi ho
dekho na aise mujhko
kyon dil jala rahi ho
mauka hai pyaar ka ye
kyon door ja rahi ho
ye pyaar to milan hai
yahaan milen wahaan milen
jahaan kaho jaise kaho wahaan milen
ye pyaar to milan hai

koi janam ho gori
tujhko rahoonga pake
dharti ho ya gagan ho
tujhse miloonga aake
koi janam ho gori tujhko rahoonga pake
dharti ho ya gagan ho
tujhse miloonga aake
ye pyaar to milan hai
yahaan milen wahaan milen
jahaan kaho jaise kaho wahaan milen
ye pyaar to milan hai
yahaan milen wahaan milen
jahaan kaho jaise kaho wahaan milen
ye pyaar to milan hai
hai ae ae


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Blog Day :

3998 Post No. : 15095

Yesterday (26th June) there was a discussion on the ‘Atulites Whatsapp group’ regarding songs containing the word ‘June’ in them. I thought that some of us would definitely point out this song – how can seventies’ fans miss this. So, our beloved Raja ji pointed out this song and reminding it that it was quite a popular song in those days. I must be 2/3 years old then, so I can’t say much about this 🙂 but, after listening this song now, I can say that it’s tune is quite nice and enjoyable and one can easily be humming this song after listening to it once.

I had come across this song few months back during my routine browsing, and since the starting of this month – ‘June’, I wanted to share the song during this month. I was thinking of sharing this song, but as the month progressed it was very hectic on work front for me and it slipped out of mind. But nevertheless, since yesterday’s discussion I thought we still have few days in this month of June and can enjoy this song.

The song is from the 1970 movie ‘Jawaab’ and it is picturised on the favourite comic side plot jodi of the seventies i.e. Mehmood and Aruna Irani. I was also wondering how our regular Mehmood fans have missed this song or maybe they have shared and waiting for its posting. By Mehmood fans I mean our respected Atul ji and Nalini ji. I apologize Atul ji, if he already had a post on this song in his mind. And if he has any, I would like that he present this song with his post here, because all his posts on Mehmood are very very nice and enjoyable.

The following other songs were noted during the discussion.

  • Hai ye June ka maheena – from the 1962 movie ‘Mud Mud Ke Naa Dekh’ – and this also is yet to be posted on the blog!!
  • The other song having the world June is ‘Mere Piyaa gaye Rangoon’

The movie ‘Jawaab’ was directed by Ramanna for RR Pictures, Madras’.  It had Ashok Kumar, Meena Kumari, Jeetendra, Leena Chandavarkar, Prem Chopra, Jyothi Lakshmi, Ulhas, Aruna Irani, Rajan Haksar, Leela Mishra, Prem Kumar, Madhumati, Kanhaiyya, Lakshmi, Pandey, Indra Acharya and Mehmood.

NS Bedi was the dialogue director for this movie. Editing of this movie was done by MS Money. Dialogues of this movie were written by Rajinder Krishan who also wrote the lyrics for all the six songs of this movie. Music for this movie was composed by Lakshmikant-Pyaarelal. Asha Bhonsle, Hemlata, Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar and Mohd Rafi had given their voices to the songs in this movie.

From the re-certification date of the movie (available online) – 15.07.1980, it can be concluded that it was originally passed by Censor on 15.07.1970). Two songs from this movie have already been posted on the blog earlier.

This song is a fun love song picturised in a well and when Mehmood is there its entertaining and enjoyable given his own specialities. When I noted the lyrics from the video, the mukhda of this song goes like ‘aaja meri jaan ye hai june ka maheena, june ka maheena hai ye june ka maheena’. However, there is one audio version where the second line of the mukhda is different and having the words as ‘garmi hi garmi, paseena hi paseena’. Except this change in mukhda and “zulfon ki chhaon mein…” in place of “palkon ki chhaon mein bitthaa le o haseena”, rest of the lyrics are same in both versions. HFGK Vol – IV in its listing of this song also mentions the song title as “aaja meri jaan ye hai june ka maheena, garmi hi garmi, paseena hi paseena”, though I could not get to refer the appendices of this Vol IV of HFGK so I am not aware if any additional information about this is noted there. It seems that the first mukhda was overlaid later, in the movie version, before released. Possibly some objection by the censors. The change can be noticed in the lip movements of Mehmood.

Well, as Raja ji mentioned “though the Monsoon has started over and spreading its ‘wings’ across, some parts of the country still may be hot and humid”. So for those areas where monsoon has not yet reached, I think the words “garmi hi garmi, paseena hi paseena” and this song is still very applicable 🙂 .

Let us now enjoy this song…

Video

Audio

Song – Aa Ja Meri Jaan Ye Hai June Ka Mahina  (Jawaab) (1970) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics – Rajendra Krishan, MD – Lakshmikant Pyaarelal
Asha Bhosle + Kishore Kumar

Lyrics (Based on Video Clip)

aa aa
aa aa aa aa

hey ae ae
hey hey hey hey hey ae
ho o o o o ho

aaja meri jaan
aaja meri jaan
ye hai june ka maheena
aaja meri jaan
ye hai june ka maheena

arey june ka maheena hai ye
june ka maheena
june ka maheena hai ye
june ka maheena
palkon ki chhaaon mein
bithha le o haseena
aaja meri jaan
ye hai june ka maheena
chak june ka maheena hai ye
june ka maheena

ajab hai ye duniyaa
hmm hmm hmm hmm
ajab hai ye duniyaa
ajab ye jahaan hai
ke naa ye zameen hai
naa ye aasmaan hai
ke naa ye zameen hai
naa ye aasmaan hai
naa dar hai
naa khidki
naa hai koi zeena
hyaa hmm hmm
hyaa hmm hmm
aaja meri jaan
hai ye june ka maheena
aaja meri jaan
ye hai june ka maheena

mile jo thhandi thhandi ee ee ee
mile jo thhandi thhandi
kunwe ki hawaayen
to kyun tokyo mein
ya paris mein jaaye
to kyun tokyo mein
ya paris mein jaaye
ye love in well
ye love in well
ye love in well
suni hogi kabhi naa
aaja
ja ja
arey aaja meri jaan
ye hai june ka maheena
palkon ki chhaaon mein
bithha le o haseena
aaja meri jaan
ye hai june ka maheena
aaja meri jaan
ye hai june ka maheena


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Blog Day :

3996 Post No. : 15090

Hullo to all of Atuldom

Welcome to a post which will get a reaction of “Yeh gaana baaki hai???” And I am sure Atulji will put this song under the category “How did I forget to post this song earlier?”.

In the 70s, and for all the 43 years since, this song has been extremely popular. It is a love song where the young couple meet on the sly, in the middle of the night. It was sung by Asha Bhonsle and Kishore Kumar for a sweet seventeen Neetu Singh and a handsome/ charming 23-year-old Rishi Kapoor. It had very simple choreography by PL Raj that made the pair look very adorable. It was written by Gulshan Bawra and set to tune by our today’s birthday boy.

27th June our dear RD Burman would have turned 80. Like I have written in my post which accompanied the song to remember Kishore Kumar on his last birthday, how I wish Pancham or RDB had not left this world when he did. Then the treasure trove of wonderful songs would have been overflowing. But then that was not to be and we lost him in 1994. But there is still a treasure trove which gives us a lot of songs which if played continuously will last us for days on end. There is a song for every mood. Currently as I write this, I have chosen some random songs on amazon prime music which began with “Chaand Churaa Ke Laya Hoon” (‘Devta’, 1978) went on to “Meri Bheegi Bheegi Si Palkon Pe” (‘Anaamika’, 1973) followed by “O Maanjhi Re” (‘Khushboo’, 1975) and has another 20 songs which include “Bangle Ke Peeche Teri Beri Ke Neeche” (‘Samaadhi’, 1972), “Roz Roz Dali Dali” (‘Angoor’, 1982), and “Mera Pyaar. . . Shalimar” (‘Shaimar’, 1978). Now I must admit I love RDB songs and what I chose to hear were songs which I have not heard in a while. I am totally impartial in my selections. 🙂

Now on to today’s song. Thank you, RD Burman, for bequeathing to us a huge set of songs to remember you with.

Editor comment-With this song, Asha Bhonsle completes 2600 songs as a playback singer in the blog.

Song – Ek Main Aur Ek Tu, Dono Miley Is Tarah  (Khel Khel Mein) (1975) Singer – Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Gulshan Baawra, MD – RD Burman
Kishore Kumar + Asha Bhosle

Lyrics

ek main aur ek tu
dono miley is tarah
ek main aur ek tu
dono miley is tarah
aur joh tan mann mein ho raha hai
ye to hona hi tha
ek main aur ek tu
dono miley is tarah
ek main aur ek tu
dono miley is tarah
aur joh tan mann mein ho raha hai
ye to hona hi tha

yoon nahi
milte hai yaar yaar se
de.. mujhe..
pyaar ka jawaab pyar se
dhadkanen hui jawaan
waqt bhi hai meharbaan
phir ye kaisi dooriyan
bolo bolo bolo bolo bolo bolo
ssshhh
ek main aur ek tu
dono miley is tarah
ho oo ek main aur ek tu
dono miley is tarah
ek main aur ek tu
dono miley is tarah
aur joh tan mann mein ho raha hai
ye to hona hi tha

lalalalalalaaa
lalalalallalaaaa

ho.. dooriyan
waqt aane pe mitaayenge
ek.. din..
itna paas paas aayenge
intezaar tab talak
beqaraar tab talak
yoon hi pyar tab talak
bolo bolo bolo bolo bolo bolo
sshh sshh sshh
ek main aur ek tu
dono miley is tarah
haan ek main aur ek tu
dono miley is tarah
aur joh tan mann mein ho raha hai
ye to hona hi tha

dillagi
ban gayi hai dil ki lagi
hey.. zindagi
naam hai isika zindagi
ho khel khel main sanam,
aa gaye jahaan pe hum
rok le wahin kadam
bolo bolo bolo bolo bolo bolo
sshh sshh sshh

ek main aur ek tu
dono miley is tarah
ek main aur ek tu
dono miley is tarah
aur joh tan mann me ho raha hai
hmmm hmmm hmmm hmmm hmmmmm
ye to hona hi tha
. . to hona hi tha
ye to hona hi tha

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

एक मैं और एक तू
दोनों मिले इस तरह
एक मैं और एक तू
दोनों मिले इस तरह
और जो॰ह तन मन में हो रहा है
ये तो होना ही था
एक मैं और एक तू
दोनों मिले इस तरह
एक मैं और एक तू
दोनों मिले इस तरह
और जो॰ह तन मन में हो रहा है
ये तो होना ही था

यूं नहीं
मिलते हैं यार यार से
दे॰॰ मुझे॰॰
प्यार का जवाब प्यार से
धड़कनें हुईं जवां
वक़्त भी है मेहरबान
फिर ये कैसी दूरीयां
बोलो बोलो बोलो बोलो बोलो
शशश
एक मैं और एक तू
दोनों मिले इस तरह
हो ओ एक मैं और एक तू
दोनों मिले इस तरह
और जो॰ह तन मन में हो रहा है
ये तो होना ही था

लालालालालाला॰ ॰ ॰
लालालालालाला॰ ॰ ॰

हो दूरीयां
वक़्त आने पे मिटाएँगे
एक॰॰ दिन॰॰
इतना पास पास आएंगे
इंतज़ार तब तलक
बेक़रार तब तलक
यूं ही प्यार तब तलक
बोलो बोलो बोलो बोलो बोलो
शश शश शश
एक मैं और एक तू
दोनों मिले इस तरह
हाँ एक मैं और एक तू
दोनों मिले इस तरह
और जो॰ह तन मन में हो रहा है
ये तो होना ही था

दिल्लगी॰॰
बन गई है दिल की लगी
हे ज़िंदगी॰॰
नाम है इसी का ज़िंदगी
हो खेल खेल में सनम
आ गए जहां पे हम
रोक ले वहीं कदम
बोलो बोलो बोलो बोलो बोलो
शश शश शश
एक मैं और एक तू
दोनों मिले इस तरह
एक मैं और एक तू
दोनों मिले इस तरह
और जो॰ह तन मन में हो रहा है
हम्म हम्म हम्म हम्म हम्म हम्म
ये तो होना ही था
॰॰ तो होना ही था
ये तो होना ही था


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