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

Blog Day :

4825 Post No. : 16604

Today’s song is from the ‘1973’ movie ‘Samjhauta’. This movie had five songs already p0sted on the blog and it has been waiting for its final song since 17.07.2021, when the last song of this movie was posted.

The remaining song of this movie was already sent by our dear Prakash ji. I was about to send it with regular details to Atul ji so that we can ‘Yippeeee’ this movie.

However, when I listened to the song, its lyrics triggered some thoughts and what follows below are some real-life situations that I came across and the thoughts that came to my mind.

***
#Flashback-1, Year 2010#

Let me tell you one incidence. One fine day I was coming back, after finishing my work at the Bank at its Mundra (Kachchh) Port Branch. I was driving and on the way to my home in Mundra.

On the way there was a young lad waiving for lift. I give him lift and drive to Mundra. On reaching his destination he got off from the car and said thanks. I just enquired about him and came to know that he had finished his diploma in Mech Engineering just few months back and he was looking for a job.

He came from MP to his relatives at Mundra for job prospectus in their organisation, but that organisation did not oblige relatives of employees for job, so he was looking for other prospects.

The organisation where I was working were looking for candidates for my department i.e., Stores. So, I asked this guy to send his CV so that I can call him for an interview with the recruitment committee members.

However, there were some changes in the recruitment plans at our organisation, so it was all cancelled for then.

This guy later left Mundra to his hometown in MP and later I came to know that he got a job in a company having their works at Nagpur.

I was happy to know this.

During this period this guy was always in touch with me, as we share the same interests i.e., reading and writing.

***

I had in one of my post have mentioned how I started my professional journey and how people and my seniors helped me to become what I am today.
I will always be grateful to them for giving me the opportunity to learn and grow.

Yes, some people like me are lucky enough to get ‘right push’ whereas many like me may be deprived of opportunities or that just one chance to prove themselves, and they might have been lost permanently in oblivion. After all it is a game of luck first and your hard work later, but combination of both always.

Inheriting the generousness from my parents and other generous people who helped me, it was very natural for me to help people as and when possible, given the resources I had.

The exposure I got at the workplace was also in favour as I got to be in ‘decision-making’ positions in all my professional life except the earlier few years. After that most of the time I was as an in-charge of something or other or Head of the Department for my function (in middle management layer).
Simultaneously with working I had joined learning through distance education mode. I was also attending many behavioural and functional trainings on my own. Sometimes these would be sponsored by my employer too. This all helped a lot in the growth of me professionally, personally, and functionally.

As usual for the position of a departmental head people always keep approaching for employment either for their near and dear ones, or distant relatives or friends and their relatives. Given my nature I always tried to help and give opportunity to people coming to me irrespective of their caste, creed, religion, and region.

I always tried to select people on the merit basis and those who are ready to work hard.
Since I had myself already gone through a tough route, I expect others to put that much of effort to gain the knowledge of the subject at work. Also, I wanted to ensure that no injustice is done to anybody.

Secondly, I was very much interested in training the new recruits, explaining them the processes and the needs of complying with the standards, by arranging various training programs for them.
I always enjoyed the joy of training somebody and imparting the training on functional as well as behavioural and the management standards. I was always ready to share whatever I know about anything.

I also wanted the boys to give their 100% percent and enjoy the work. Keep trying, learn new things and share all that I give to them. And so that simultaneously they can grow in their personal and professional life. (I must mention here that all of them who worked under me keep in touch with me even after my leaving the organisation and they fondly remember me. )

Sometimes I may have been more possessive for something, but whatever I had done was to achieve excellence in the function and to reduce the response time by giving prompt service to our customers – either internal or external.

During this process I was also exploring my ‘purpose’ of life. I want to realise what my true potential was. I meet my motivational guru Late Shri. Rooshikumar Pandya around this time in 2010.

My morale was very high during those days and I had also joined a new organisation as a ‘Manager’. I had also taken membership and later become a life member of AMA & QCFI in the quest of learning more. I was all enjoying this with my work.

It was then when I had got published my daughter’s poem when she was studying in VIIth standard only.
So overall I was just moving upward in all spheres of life.

***

#Flashback -2, Year 2015 …

I was at Nagpur and working with an engineering construction company. Before that in December’2014 I had left my job and was looking for job opportunities. I had contacted some of my close contacts – my ex-bosses – and that is how I finally landed in Nagpur.

Here I had the responsibility of maintaining supply of materials to the various sites running in different parts of the country. (It was during this period that I attended the Atulites’ gang-outs too).

Along with the responsibility at corporate office I was given an independent charge to look after our site works at Mundi (near Khandwa). We were also hiring peoples for different sites.

This guy, whom I mentioned above, who had met me at Mundra, was looking for a job. He had left the job at Nagpur, after working one year there he later joined studies for graduation in engineering. Now he had completed his studies and was looking for job opportunity.

He contacted me with a request to help him. I recommended him to my immediate senior to give him a chance.
What I was asked by my senior was how I knew this person and how he knew me?
I told the above incidence of giving lift to this person and what followed next.
(Some of my colleagues also crack jokes on me what I was doing).

How do I trust a guy whom I had meet only once and that too on the road? was the next question.

Chairman of this company was the same person who had given me a chance to work when he was my Site In charge at Parli – Vaijnath (in 1985) when I was working in construction line as a ‘storekeeper’ and had just started my journey of industrial working.

I told my senior (vice president) that we should give an opportunity to this person so that he can start earning something and shape his career further, in the same way how I was given an opportunity in the past. If I had not been given an opportunity to work in my earlier days, I would never have reached where I am today.

This person was included in the team, and he served there for almost two years. In between he was always discussing with me about his interests and each time I guided him to follow what his heart dctated. I also encouraged him as and when required.
(My guru had given us a ‘mantra’ ‘do whatever you want, but excel in whatever you do’.
This person then started uploading his ‘poetry recitation videos’ on YouTube.

Later he left the company to ‘realise his true potential’ and soon found his ‘purpose of life’. He keeps uploading his videos of ‘poem recitation’ on ‘YouTube’. Slowly his followers keep increasing on ‘YT’ and ‘Instagram’.

Meanwhile I left for Kenya for a job opportunity (where one of my ex-bosses was a director and there was a suitable opportunity suiting my profile).

***

I came back from Kenya after completing a project and I was there for almost three years.
The guy in my story is now famous as a ‘motivational speaker’, and famous for his ‘motivational poems’ and other ‘poems’ recitation’. His videos are watched and seen by many on YouTube and on Instagram.

He had also published a book of his writings.

Even today whenever we discuss he fondly remembers that day and always tells me ‘Sir, that day has changed my life forever, it is because of you whatever I have achieved today’.

***

“I quote a few lines from today’s song below

kitney hi taansen gumnaam rah gaye ae
ek mauka naa milaa to
naakaam ho gaye
tulsidas kayee hain
kayee tagore bhi yahaan
ek aap hi na samjhen
hain ghaalib aur bhi yahaan
hain laakhon kalaakaar
paarkhi ki kami hai
heerey to hain hazaar
jauhari ki kami hai

That reminded me of the following ‘sanskrit shloka’ which my guru used to quote in his training programs.

“Aamantram aksharon naasti
Naasti mulamanaushdham
Ayogya puroshoh naasti
Yojaksya tatra durlabh”

‘There is not a single letter of an alphabet out of which you cannot make a ‘mantra’,
There is not a single root of a tree out of which you cannot make a ‘medicine’,
There is not a single person who is unfit or incapable,
The one who brings out mantra from a letter of an alphabet, medicine from the root of a tree, and the best of people, those people are rare’

***

Today’s song is sung by Kishore Kumar. It is lip synced by Anil Dhawan on screen. We can also see Pradeep Kumar, Ajitesh Bannerjee, Junior artiste Maqsood, and dancer Chinoo Rajput and many others in the picturisation of this song.

“Samjhautaa-1973” was directed by Ajoy Biswas for ‘Jwala Pictures Pvt. Ltd, Bombay’.
It was produced by Sundeep Sethi.

It had Yogita Bali, Anil Dhawan, Shatrughan Sinha, Ajitesh, Pradeep Kumar, Naaz, Sulochana, Asit Sen, Sajjan, Randhir, Tarun Bose, Jankidas, Manik Dutt, Jagdish Raj, Polsan, Dilip Dutt, Madhu Apte, Samar Roy, Gautam Mukherji, Bachan Singh, Sajan, Prem Master Bunty.

This movie introduced Ajitesh Bannerjee, and Keshto Mukherjee and Bipin Gupta had a special appearance in this movie.

Story of this movie was written by Sukhen Das, whereas the screenplay and dialogues of this movie was written by Inder Raj Anand.

Editing of this movie was done by Tarun Dutta.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 31.05.1973.

This movie had six songs including one multiple version song. Lyrics for the five out of six songs were written by Indeevar (including one multiple version song) and for one song lyrics were written by Verma Malik.

Music for this movie was composed by Kalyanji-Anandji.

Here are the details of the songs of this movie.

Sno Song Title Singer Lyricist Posted On
1 Tanak tuk tandaa… aise logon ka dhandha Kishore Kumar Verma Malik 17 July 2021
2 Badi door se aaye hain pyaar ka tohfa laaye hain Mohd Rafi Indeevar 03 December 2008
3 Koi nahin hai mera Mohd Rafi Indeevar 21 November 2008
4 & 6 Samjhauta ghamon se kar lo Multiple version song Lata Mangeshkar/ Kishore Kumar Indeevar 24 July 2010
5 Saikado Kishore yahaan…na roop dekhiye na naam dekhiye Kishore Kumar Indeevar Being covered today

Let us now enjoy today’s song.

Lyrics for this song were sent by Prakash ji.

With today’s song all songs of this movie ‘Samjhauta-1973’ gets covered on the blog and this movie joins the ‘Yippeeee-club’ 😊

Video


Song-Na roop dekhiye na naam dekhiye (Samjhauta)(1973) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Indeewar MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

saikdon kishore yahaan
arrey sainkdon lata aa
bin suney chalega tumhen
kis tarah pataa aa
dil naa badhaao na sahi ee
dil to naa todo o
bekason pe zulm ke yoon
teer naa chhodo

naa roop dekhiye
naa naam dekhiye
jo dekhiye to aadmi ka kaam dekhiye
jo dekhiye to aadmi ka kaam dekhiye
naa roop dekhiye
naa naam dekhiye
jo dekhiye to aadmi ka kaam dekhiye
jo dekhiye to aadmi ka kaam dekhiye

ye puraane log
ye puraane raaste ae
ye puraane log
ye puraane raaste
maut hai puraanaapan
kalaa ke waaste
maukaa naye khoon ko
diya hi naa jaayegaa
maukaa naye khoon ko gar diya hi naa jaayegaa
kalaa mein phir nayaapan
kahaan se aa paayegaa
jo aaj hain mash’hoor oo oo oor
jo aaj hain mash’hoor
kal wo bhi thhe naye
aage kisi ne unko badhaaya to badh gaye
aage kisi ne unko
badhaaya to badh gaye
na roop dekhiye
naa naam dekhiye
jo dekhiye to aadmi ka kaam dekhiye
jo dekhiye to aadmi ka kaam dekhiye

kitney hi taansen gumnaam rah gaye ae
kitney hi taansen gumnaam rah gaye ae
ik mauka naa milaa to
naakaam rah gaye
tulsidas kayee hain
kayee tagore bhi yahaan
tulsidas kayee hain
kayee tagore bhi yahaan
ek hi aap na samjhen
hain ghaalib aur bhi yahaan
hain laakhon kalaakaar aa aa aa rr
hain laakhon kalaakaar
paarkhi ki kami hai
heerey to hain hazaar
jauhari ki kami hai
heerey to hain hazaar
jauhari ki kami hai
na roop dekhiye
naa naam dekhiye
jo dekhiye to aadmi ka kaam dekhiye
jo dekhiye to aadmi ka kaam dekhiye
na roop dekhiye
naa naam dekhiye
jo dekhiye to aadmi ka kaam dekhiye
jo dekhiye to aadmi ka kaam dekhiye

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Smaller version
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apnaa ke mujhe aapne yoon zindagi de di
khoya thha andheron mein mujhe raushni de di
yoon de ke pyaar aapne mera dil badhhaa diyaa
chhotey se ik chiraag ko sooraj banaa diyaa
hum jaise aur bhi naye aayenge kalaakaar
ummeed hai unn sabko aap denge yoon hi pyaar
ummeed hai unn sabko aap denge yoon hi pyaar

(Clapping sound)


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

Blog Day :

4809 Post No. : 16577

We have Ganpati Festival being celebrated all over. It brings back lot of memories for peoples like me. Especially the memories of the entertainment programs organized over the ten days of this festival. And secondly it’s the ‘prasada’ especially the ‘modaks’ 😊

Those were the years when I was growing. But the excitement and the thrill remain the same even today and savoring the varieties of modaks has only been more interesting and more joyful every year as it comes.

We were staying at Paras (District-Akola, Maharashtra) then. I was born in 1968 and we stayed there up to 1984. Thus, I spent my growing years to ‘mid-teens’ there in a colony for the employees of electricity board for the thermal power plant there.

Every year the Ganpati Festival would be celebrated for all, and it was called ‘Sarwajanik Ganesh Utsav’. A committee of selected members from the employees would be in charge for all the programs to be held during this festival.

The main attractions or the most awaited programs were screening of a movie, orchestras and plays. People were more interested in these as compared to other programs.

Normally the festival always started with ‘sthaapna’ and ‘bhajans’. The following days were spread over containing two orchestra programs, two plays, one movie, one mimicry show, one ‘katha-kathan (story telling)/pravachan/ or ‘one-act-plays.

One day would be specifically reserved for ‘cultural program’ wherein artists from the employees and their families used to perform their acts (song, dance, singing, folk song/dance etc. etc.).

And the last day would be ‘Shri Satyanarayan Katha and Prasad distribution’.

In this episode I am sharing the memories of the ‘naatak’ or ‘Marathi plays.

There were two (amateur) groups in our colony who normally staged Marathi plays.

My parents were part of one group. And both acted in many plays then. (Even I used to participate and act in plays for children then).

There must be many plays which I may have watched and took part in the rehearsals with my parents. I remember to accompany my parents in the rehearsals of the ‘plays’. During the process I would get the complete script embedded in my mind and many times I would help the participant if they forgot their dialogues.
(Later I was also promoted as a ‘prompter’ behind the ‘curtains’ as my voice was suitable for this activity then). (I think I have shared the same in one my posts or in the comments on the blog).

Some of the plays that I vividly remember are ‘taroon turk mhaataare ark’, ‘Rajkaaran gela chulit’, ‘raaygadaala jenvha jaag yete’, ‘thank you mr glad’, ‘ashroonchi jhaali phoole’, ‘sunbai ghar tujhach aahe’ etc.

***

In the ‘mode’ of the festival and the above memories playing in mind when I was browsing our blog couple of days back, I came across the movie ‘Aansoo Ban Gaye Phool’. To my surprise this movie so far had got only two songs posted on the blog and yet to be ‘Yippeeee’ed’.

The name of this movie reminded me the famous Marathi play ‘Ashroonchi Jhaali Phoole’ on which this movie was based. I am sure I must have watched the play first and the movie much later when it was on a TV channel.

I do not remember now but it is also possible that I may have watched this movie with elders in the family. Because as a grown-up boy when once I heard its’ song ‘jaane kaisa hai mera deewaana’, in my uncle’s collection of songs, I found it a little familiar to me.
After this I got this song it in my collection in 1999-2000 in an Asha Bhonsle-Kishore Kumar compilation. That time I was staying at Bareilly.

Well, the story of this movie ‘Aansoo Ban Gaye Phool-1969’ was written by eminent Marathi Playwright and writer Vasant Shankar Kanetkar. He was awarded the ‘Filmfare award for Best Story’ for this movie.

I had always had a great admiration for him ever since I had watched the play ‘Raaygadaaalaa Jenvha Jaag Yete’ and reading his writings in our school text books.

Vasant Kanetkar was born on 20th March’1922 at a small village Rahimatpur, in Satara District. He was second among the four siblings his parents have. His father Shankar Keshav Kanetkar was a famous Marathi poet, and he wrote by the pen name of ‘Girish’.
Vasant Kanetkar spent his earlier life in Pune, and he graduated from the Ferguson College Pune in Arts and later done his post-graduation (M.A.) from Sangli. During his higher studies he got the guidance from V.S. Khandekar and Kannada litterateur V.K. Gokak whose writings influenced him the most. He also had the influence of Shakespeare’s writings on him.

He joined the H.P.T. Arts college of Gokhale Education Society in Nashik and later went to become a professor and life member of this institute. He took on to writing short stories and novels during his services, and his first play ‘vedyanche ghar unhaat’ (Madman have his home in Sun/heat) came in 1957.
His play ‘raaygadaala jenvha jaag yete’ (When Raaygadaa awakens) brought him more fame and admiration and went on to become a milestone play in the history of Marathi Plays.

The Sangeet Naatak Academy awarded this play as the ‘Best Indian Play’ in 1964.

‘Ashroonchi Jhali Phoole’ was the next to bring him more fame and it was a commercially successful play too.
His ‘plays’ give a new life to Marathi theatre in terms of creativity and commercial success.
In his writing career of over fifty-four years, he penned down forty-two plays, four novels, many short stories along with writing for films, writing screen plays for TV etc etc.

He presided over the ‘Marathi Sahitya Sammelan in 1988’. He was felicitated with the ‘Maharashtra Gaurav Puraskar’ in 1990 and was honored with Padma Shri in 1992 for his accomplishments in writing. His writings have been translated into many languages.
He passed away on 30th January ‘2001.

I am reproducing here the plot of this play ‘Ashroonchi Jhaali Phooley’ (Tears have become Flowers) as given on the ‘wiki-page’ of this play.

The movie ‘Aansoo Ban Gaye Phool is based on this story.

The play depicts the turns in fortunes in the lives of the two main protagonists, Vidyanand, a professor of mathematics, and his young protégé Lalya.
Professor Vidyanand is a morally upright, brilliant professor of mathematics in a college in a town in Maharashtra. He comes across an intransigent student, Lalyaa, and succeeds in reforming him. Lalya graduates from college and enters the Indian Police Service as a cadet. Meanwhile, his college is taken over by a local politician, Dharmappa, who also has strong criminal links. Dharmappa wants to exploit the college for commercial gain. When Vidyanand resists, Dharmappa subverts Vidyanand’s own colleagues to implicate him falsely under embezzlement charges.

Vidyanand is removed from his position and is thrown in jail. In jail, he undergoes a transformation, and comes out as a hardened criminal, bent on enacting revenge against those who falsely implicated him. He teams up with his childhood friend turned con-man, Shambhu Mahadev, and puts in motion a plan to defraud the politician who has ruined his life.

In the meantime, Lalya, who is now a senior police officer, is assigned to apprehend Vidyanand. Lalya, oblivious to Vidyanand’s transformation, embarks on this mission. Eventually, Vidyanand achieves his revenge, but in the process finds he has lost his moral center and compromised the very values he has stood for. In the end, Vidyanand is apprehended by his protégé, but finds redemption in the fact that his life as a teacher caused his protégé Lalya to reform himself.

“Aansoo Ban Gaye Phool-1969” was directed by Satyen Bose for ‘Anoop Kumar Productions’. It was produced by S.M. Sagar and Anoop Kumar. It had Ashok Kumar, Deb Mukherjee, Alka, Nirupa Roy, Raj Mehra, Anoop Kumar, Rakesh, with Helen and Pran. They were supported by Kumud Tripathi, Manik Dutt, Kumari Uma, Mughni Abbasi, Shekhar Purohit, Janki Das, Tarun Ghosh, Bazid Khan, Radhey Shyam, Gautam Mukherjee, Pardesi, Uma Dutt, Madhup Sharma, Prakash Misra, Behari, M.A. Latif, Vinod Sharma, Lalit Kapoor, Genius, Ramlal, Amrit Rana, Nadir, Deepak, Aziz Siddiqui, and Habib.

As mentioned above story of this movie was written by Vasant S. Kanetkar.
Screenplay of this movie was written by Nabendu Ghosh, and dialogues were written by Govind Moonis.
Editing of this movie was done by Wamanrao (which I guess is Wamanrao Bhonsle of the duo Waman Bhonsle-Guru Dutt Shirali).

This movie had five songs in it. Lyrics for four songs were written by Taj Bhopali and Govind Moonis penned one song.

Kishore Kumar and Asha Bhonsle lent their voices to songs of this movie.

Music for this movie was composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal.

Following is the list of songs in this movie.

SNo Song Title Singer/s Posted On
01 Election mein maalik ke ladke khade hain Kishore Kumar, chorus
02 Jaane kaisa hai mera deewaana Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar 08.05.2009
03* Ye dil sadaa aa dhadkaa kiya Kishore Kumar
04 O o suno to jaani o o meri kahaani Asha Bhonsle
05 Meharbaan mehboob dilbar jaan-e-man Asha Bhonsle 16.05.2009

(* Note – Song number 03 mentioned above does not feature in HFGK Vol-IV (1961-1970) in the list of songs of this movie. I have not come across any corrigendum or addendum regarding this. However, this song is very much there in the movie that is available online. I am not aware if this was added to the movie after its release?

So, the total number of songs of this movie are five and it needs to be corrected on the blog. This is also a song that does not find mention in HFGK.)

Today’s song is the third song of this movie to be posted on the blog. The earlier two songs of this movie posted on the blog were posted in the month of May’2009. That means the third song of this movie is coming after long gap of 4507 days (including 16.09.2021).

Today’s beautiful romantic song is sung by Kishore Kumar. We have Debu Mukherjee lip-syncing it on screen for Alka.

Let us now enjoy today’s song …

Video

Audio

Song-Ye dil sadaa dhadkaa kiya (Aansoo Ban Gaye Phool)(1969) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Taj Bhopali, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

ye dil sadaa aa
dhadkaa kiya aa
jis ke liye
wo raat aa gayi ee
ye dil sadaa aa
dhadkaa kiya aa
jis ke liye
wo raat aa gayi ee
jo lab kahen
jo lab sunen
lab par mere
wo baat aa gayi
ee ee
ye dil sadaa aa

aa paas to
aa
chhoo loon zaraa
aa
aa paas to
aa
chhoo loon zaraa
ye lat teri
ye mukhdaa tera
ho o o o o
kitni haseen
hai ye ghataa
ye chaandni
jo haath aa gayi
ee ee
ye dil sadaa aa

mujhse milin
jo
nazren teri
haan
mujhse milin
jo
nazren teri
rangeen labon pe
kheli hansi
ho o o o o
aisaa lagaa aa
dil mein mere
taaron saji
baraat aa gayi
ee ee
ye dil sadaa aa

sapne saje
hain
palkon taley ae
haan
sapne saje
hain
palkon taley
saanson mein hain
sau
deepak jaley
ho o o o o
kehnaa hai kya
is raat ka
tujhko liye
jo saath aa gayi
ee ee
ye dil sadaa aa


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

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4806 Post No. : 16574 Movie Count :

4515

Pancham’s Music – Eighties (1981-1990) -3 (1983)
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In today’s post we move on to Pancham’s music in 1983.

If we talk actor wise the year ‘1983’ belonged to Rajesh Khanna. He delivered hits like Avtaar, Sautan, and Agar Tum Naa Hote. That readily brings to our mind his favourite music director and lyricist viz. Rahul Dev Burman and Anand Bakshi respectively.

In the annual list of ‘Binaca Geetmala’ of that year the song that was a ‘topper’ was a song from Rajesh Khanna movie, but it was composed by Usha Khanna and not Rahul Dev Burman. The song was ‘shaayad meri shaadi ka khayaal’. On the 2nd and 3rd spot of this list, were the songs of ‘Nikaah’ composed by Ravi.

There was only one Rajesh Khanna movie that year where Pancham had composed the music. This movie was ‘Agar Tum Naa Hote’. Its popular title song ranked twenty-third in the annual list of ‘Binaca Geetmala’.

The other Rajesh Khanna movie that found representation in the annual list of ‘Binaca Geetmala’ was ‘Avtaar’ (its song ‘zindagi mauj udaane ka naam hai’ was at 25th position). (I have not included ‘Disco Dancer-1982 where Kaka had special appearance).

Following movies which were released in 1983 had their music composed by R.D. Burman.

Sno Movie Title Director Lyricist Date of Censor Certificate Status on the Blog
1 Aan Aur Shaan Ravi Tandon Majrooh Sultanpuri 14.11.1983 1 of 4 songs posted
2 Agar Tum Na Hote Lekh Tandon Gulshan Bawra 27.10.1983 3 of 8 songs posted
3 Bade Dilwaalaa Bappie Soni Majrooh Sultanpuri 24.09.1983 5 of 7 songs posted
4 Betaab Rahul Rawail Anand Bakshi 30.07.1983 2 of 5 songs posted
5 Bindiyaa Chamkegi Tarun Dutt Anjaan 20.10.1983 0 of 5 songs posted
6 Boxer Raj N Sippy Gulshan Bawra 31.12.1983 1 of 4 songs posted
7 Chor Police Amjad Khan Nida Fazli 11.04.1983 1 of 5 songs posted
8 Farishtaa Sunil Sikand Anand Bakshi 13.10.1983 1 of 6 songs posted
9 Jaan E Jaan / Nikamma Ramesh Behl Gulshan Bawra 06.04.1983 2 of 5 songs posted
10 Kaun? Kaise? Anil Ganguly Gulshan Bawra 06.05.1983 1 of 5 songs posted
11 Lovers Bharathi Raja Anand Bakshi 07.05.1983 1 of 6 songs posted
12 Mahaan S. Ramnathan Anjaan 08.04.1983 2 of 7 songs posted
13 Main Aawaaraa Hoon Aseem Samanta Anand Bakshi 25.11.1983 0 of 5 songs posted
14 Mazdoor Ravi Chopra Hasan Kamaal 06.10.1983 2 of 7 songs posted
15 Pukaar Ramesh Behl Gulshan Bawra 01.11.1983 1 of 6 songs posted
16 Qayaamat Raj N Sippy Majrooh Sultanpuri 01.10.1983 1 of 5 songs posted
17 Rang Birangi Hrishikesh Mukherjee Kaka Hathrasi, Yogesh, Maya Govind 23.04.1983 2 of 4 songs posted
18 Romance Ramanand Sagar Anand Bakshi 12.10.1983 1 of 6 songs posted
19 Shubh Kaamnaa K. Vishwanath Anjaan 23.07.1983 1 of 5 songs posted

From the above list one song each of ‘Betaab’, ‘Lovers’ and ‘Pukaar’ appeared at spot no.4, 16 and 31 respectively in the annual list of ‘Geetmala – 1983’.

In addition to this one song each from the movies ‘Maasoom’ and ‘Shakti’ ranked at number 11 and 22 respectively. But these were the movies released in 1982.

Two songs – one each from ‘Betaab’ and ‘Maasoom’ appeared in the shadow list of that year’s annual list of Binaca Geetmala.

For today’s presentation I have chosen a song from ‘Main Aawaaraa Hoon-1983’. Two movies from the year 1983, where Pancham composed music, have not debuted on the blog out of nineteen movies. One is ‘Main Aawaaraa Hoon’ and other is ‘Bindiyaa Chamkegi’.

I am not aware of the songs from ‘Bindiyaa Chamkegi’ and songs of ‘Main Aawaaraa Hoon’. But except the one song that is the today’s song from ‘Main Aawaaraa Hoon’. I was aware of this song, but I was not aware the name of the movie it was from.

It is nice sentimental-hummable song ‘kisi ki bewafaai ka sabab ban jaaya karti hai’. I remember this song was played frequently on Radio and cassette recorders in Restaurants and Hotels.
(I was staying at Akola (Maharashtra) then for my 11-12th standard studies 😊)

“Main Aawaaraa Hoon-1983” was directed by Aseem Samanta for his father’s productions ‘Shakti Films, Bombay’. It was produced by Shakti Samanta. It had Sanjay Dutt, Rati Agnihotri, Jayaprada, Raj Babbar, Shakti Kapoor, Madan Puri, Iftekhar, Satyen Kappu, Shubha Khote, Ramesh Deo, Rashmi Chauhan, Raj Bharati, Dinesh Hingoo, Asit Sen, Madhumalini, Tarun Ghosh, Rajendra Nath, Krishnakant, Birbal, Jugnu, Robin Kar, Manorama and others.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 25.11.1983.

“Main Aawaaraa Hoon-1983” had five songs, all written by Anand Bakshi. Music was composed by Rahul Dev Burman.

Following is the list of songs this movie had.

SNo Song Title Singer/s
01 O mera rastaa meri manzil …main aawaaraa hoon Kishore Kumar, chorus
02 Jaane ya na jaane koyi …bolo ji kaisi kahi Kishore Kumar, Alka Yagnik
03 Suna hai tumhe hamse koi shikaayat hai … Asha Bhonsle
04 Kisi ki bewafaai ka sabab ban jaaya karti hai Kishore Kumar
05 Pyaar kise kehte hain ae ae … Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle

Let us now listen to today’s song which on screen is lip-synced by Sanjay Dutt in the voice of Kishore Kumar who has sung this song with his special touch. The song grows up on us if we listen to it more than once…

Other than Sanjay Dutt we can see Raj Babbar, Rati Agnihotri, Shubha Khote, Rajendra Nath, Iftekhar, Asit Sen and others in the picturisation of this song.

Video

Audio

Song-Kisi ki bewafaai ka sabab ban jaaya karti hai(Main Aawaara Hoon)(1983) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics(Based on Audio link)

kisi ki bewafaai ka
sabab ban jaaya karti hai
kisi ki bewafaai ka
sabab ban jaaya karti hai
mohobbat hi judaai ka
mohobbat hi judaai ka
sabab ban jaya karti hai
kisi ki bewafaai ka
sabab ban jaaya karti hai

puraane log chehre par
nayaa chehraa lagaaye
puraane log chehre par
nayaa chehraa lagaaye
miley gairon se hanske
apnon se milte hain aaye
hayaa bhi behayaai ka
hayaa bhi behayaai ka
sabab ban jaya karti hai
kisi ki bewafaai ka
sabab ban jaaya karti hai

bachaaya hai hamaari muflisi ne
ham fakeeron ko
bachaaya hai hamaari muflisi ne
ham fakeeron ko
bahot nazdeek se dekha hai hamne
kuchh ameeron ko
ye daulat har buraayi ka
ye daulat har buraayi ka
sabab ban jaya karti hai
kisi ki bewafaai ka
sabab ban jaaya karti hai

bane na baat jab koi
to koyi kuchh kahe kaise
bane na baat jab koi
to koyi kuchh kahe kaise
jo kuchh kehna zaroori ho to
insaan chup rahe kaise
ye chup dil ki duhaayi ka
ye chup dil ki duhaayi ka
sabab ban jaya karti hai
kisi ki bewafaai ka
sabab ban jaaya karti hai
mohobbat hi judaai ka
mohobbat hi judaai ka
sabab ban jaya karti hai
kisi ki bewafaai ka
sabab ban jaaya karti hai

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Devnagri script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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किसी की बेवफाई का
सबब बन जाया करती है
किसी की बेवफाई का
सबब बन जाया करती है
मोहोब्बत ही जुदाई का
मोहोब्बत ही जुदाई का
सबब बन जाया करती है
किसी की बेवफाई का
सबब बन जाया करती है

पुराने लोग चेहरे पर
नया चेहरा लगाए
पुराने लोग चेहरे पर
नया चेहरा लगाए
मिले गैरों से हंसके
अपनों से मिलते हैं आये
हया भी बेहयाई का
हया भी बेहयाई का
सबब बन जाया करती है
किसी की बेवफाई का
सबब बन जाया करती है

बचाया है हमारी मुफलिसी ने
हम फकीरों को
बचाया है हमारी मुफलिसी ने
हम फकीरों को
बहोत नजदीक से देखा है हमने
कुछ अमीरों को
ये दौलत हर बुराई का
ये दौलत हर बुराई का
सबब बन जाया करती है
किसी की बेवफाई का
सबब बन जाया करती है

बने ना बात जब कोई
तो कोई कुछ कहे जैसे
बने ना बात जब कोई
तो कोई कुछ कहे जैसे
जो कुछ कहना ज़रूरी हो तो
इंसान चुप रहे कैसे
ये चुप दिल की दुहाई का
ये चुप दिल की दुहाई का
सबब बन जाया करती है
किसी की बेवफाई का
सबब बन जाया करती है
मोहोब्बत ही जुदाई का
मोहोब्बत ही जुदाई का
सबब बन जाया करती है
किसी की बेवफाई का
सबब बन जाया करती है


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

Blog Day :

4790 Post No. : 16547

Pancham’s Music – Eighties (1981-1990) -1 (1981)
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We are back to ‘Pancham’s musical world’ again, or rather let me take you there once again 😊!

Regulars on the blog are well aware that I have been looking for movies that made their debut in the initial months of the blog and later got neglected so much so that, they had to wait for their second song on the blog for more than ten to twelve years.

Today’s movie is one such movie. Though this movie got its second song posted immediately after its’ first song, but now it has been more than twelve years that this movie is waiting for the third song.

This movie is ‘Daulat-1981’. Knowledgeable readers must surely be aware of the scintillating music of this movie which was composed by R.D. Burman.

I had also listened some of its songs earlier, but I was not aware that they were from ‘Daulat-1981’.

Two songs from this movie ‘Daulat-1981’ have been posted on the blog – the first one ‘zindagi ye zindagi’ on 30th January’2009, and the second song posted was – ‘teri har adaa hai haseen’ – posted on 1st February’2009.

Both these songs have very nice music and especially I like ‘zindagi ye zindagi’ very much.
But when I checked the remaining songs of this movie, I discoverd today’s song. I was surprised that this lesser-known movie had such great songs too. I am saying it a lesser-known movie because I do not remember to have heard or read about this movie during all these years.
I am sure readers must be remembering today’s song very well or they may have listened to it frequently on radio.

This song is sung by Kishore Kumar.

Lyrics for all songs of this movie are written jointly by Vitthalbhai Patel and Nida Fazli.

HFGK Vol-VI (1981-1985) mentions this in the footnote of this movie’s information.

Today’s movie ‘Daulat-1981’ was directed by Mohan Saigal for ‘Milan Movies, Bombay’.

It was produced by Jawaharlal Bafna- C.D. Mehta –Vasant Doshi- Smt. B.N. Shah

It had Vinod Khanna, Zeenat Aman, Raj Babbar, Sarika, Deven Verma, Dr Shreeram Lagoo, Amjad Khan, Om Shivpuri, Dev Kumar, Mohan Shery, Ramesh Deo, Poornima Jairam, Chand Usmani, Shivraj, Yunus Parvez, Mac Mohan, Brahm Bharadwaj, Yusuf Khan, Birbal, Padma Chavan, Parveen Pal, Madhu Malhotra, Gauri Verma, Asha Chandra, Ranveer Raj, Manmauji, Raj Kaul, Prince Shakeel, Madhav Achwal, Shabnam, Sunil Dhawan, Baby Geeta, Master Raju, Master Gautam, Master Rajesh, C.S. Dubey, Ashok Saxena, Bholanath, Raj Kishore, Gopal Saigal, Yogesh Chandra, Baby Gazala, R.R. Somaiyya and others.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 11.12.1981.
(As per HFGK Vol-VI (1981-1985) there have been two more movies with the same title ‘Daulat’ passed by Censor Board in ‘1937’ and ‘1949’).

This movie had five songs as per details given below.

SNo Song Title Singer/s
01 Moti ho to baandh ke rakh doon Kishore Kumar
02 Teri har adaa hai haseen Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar
03 Main to hoon sholaa badan Asha Bhonsle, chorus
04 Aa aa aji taaron mein chamak Asha Bhonsle, Suresh Wadkar, Chandrashekhar Gadgil, chorus
05 Zindagi ye zindagi, do ghadi ki zindagi

Lyrics writing for above songs is jointly credited to Vitthalbhai Patel-Nida Fazli.

As mentioned above music for this movie was composed by R.D. Burman.

In spite of having good songs, no songs from this movie featured in the ‘annual list’ of ‘Binaca Geetmala’ of the year 1981.

However, songs from the following movies, where R.D. Burman had composed music, featured in the ‘Binaca Geetmala annual list of 1981’. (Though top three songs in this list were ‘non-Pancham’ songs.
1) Love Story-1981
2) Shaan (1980)
3) Rocky – 1981
4) Biwi O Biwi – 1981
5) Sanam Teri Kasam (1982)

(Songs of the following movies where music was composed by R.D. Burman and passed by Censor Board in ‘1981’ made it to the ‘annual list of Binaca Geetmala-1982’, but again none of them featured in the ‘top three’ of the list.
1) Zamaane Ko Dikhaanaa Hai – 1981
2) Satte Pe Sattaa – 1981
3) Kaaliyaa – 1981)

Let us have a look on the movies passed by Censor Board in 1981 and where the music is composed by R.D. Burman with their respective status on the blog.

Sno Movie Title Director Lyricist Date of Censor Certificate Status on the Blog
1 Angoor Gulzar Gulzar 31.12.1981 Yippeeee’ed
2 Barsaat Ki Ek Raat Shakti Samanta Anand Bakshi 06.02.1981 3 of 5 songs posted
3 Baseraa Ramesh Talwar Gulzar 05.09.1981 1 of 6 songs posted
4 Biwi O Biwi Rahul Rawail Vitthal Bhai Patel, Nida Fazli 15.05.1981 2 of 7 songs posted
5 Daulat Mohan Saigal Vitthal Bhai Patel-Nida Fazli 11.12.1981 2 of 5 songs posted
6 Dhuaan Dulal Guha Majrooh Sultanpuri 23.03.1981 Yet to be introduced
7 Gehra Zakhm Deepak Bahri Vitthal Bhai Patel, Nida Fazli 05.10.1981 1 of 5 songs posted
8 Ghunghroo Ki Aawaaz Tulsi Ramsay-Shyam Ramsay Vijay Anand 29.09.1981 2 of 5 songs posted
9 Harjaai Ramesh Behl Gulshan Bawra, Vitthal Bhai Patel, Nida Fazli 22.04.1981 4 of 8 songs posted
10 Jail Yaatraa Bhappie Soni Majrooh Sultanpuri 07.09.1981 Yet to be introduced
11 Kaaliyaa Tinu Anand Majrooh Sultanpuri 11.12.1981 Yippeeee’ed
12 Kachche Heere Narendra Bedi Majrooh Sultanpuri 10.07.1981 Yippeeee’ed
13 Love Story Rahul Rawail-David Dhawan Anand Bakshi 21.01.1981 2 of 6 songs posted
14 Mangalsutra B. Vijay Kavi Pradeep, Nida Fazli 13.03.1981 1 of 5 songs posted
15 Naram Garam Hrishikesh Mukherjee Gulzar 28.02.1981 3 of 6 songs posted
16 Qudarat Chetan Anand Majrooh Sultanpuri, Qateel Shifai 27.02.1981 Yippeeee’ed
17 Rakshaa Ravikant Nagaich Anand Bakshi 31.10.1981 2 of 5 songs posted
18 Rocky Sunil Dutt Anand Bakshi 28.04.1981 3 of 6 songs posted
19 Satte Pe Sattaa Raj N. Sippy Gulshan Bawra 28.12.1981 3 of 7 songs posted
20 Zamaane Ko Dikhaanaa Hai Naseer Hussain Majrooh Sultanpuri, Joseph Alwariz 30.12.1981 3 of 6 songs posted

From the above list we can already see how this year ‘1981’ was a great year for Pancham as he delivered some of his very best music in many of the movies as mentioned above…

We now move to the listening of the today’s wonderful song from ‘Daulat-1981’…

On screen Vinod Khanna is lip syncing for Kishore Kumar’s voice and also seen in the picturisation of the song is Zeenat Aman and others.

Video

Audio (Longer)

Song-Moti ho to baandh ke rakh doon (Daulat)(1981) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Vitthal Bhai Patel-Nida Fazli, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

moti ho to baandh ke rakh doon
pyaar chhupaaun kaise
wo chehraa hai
har chehre mein
usey bhulaaun kaise

moti ho to baandh ke rakh doon
pyaar chhupaaun kaise
wo chehraa hai
har chehre mein
usey bhulaaun kaise
moti ho to baandh ke rakh doon
pyaar chhupaaun kaise
wo chehraa hai
har chehre mein
usey bhulaaun kaise

ho o chaand nahin
phool nahin
koyi nahin unsaa haseen een een
chaand nahin
phool nahin ee ee
koyi nahin unsaa haseen
kaun hai wo
kya naam hai unka
yahaan bataaun kaise
moti ho to baandh ke rakh doon
pyaar chhupaaun kaise
wo chehraa hai
har chehre mein
usey bhulaaun kaise ae

ho o khoya huaa hai har samaa aa
yaar binaa soonaa hai jahaan aan aan
khoya huaa hai har samaa aa aa
yaar binaa soonaa hai jahaan
neel gagan ke chaand ko baanhon mein
le aaun kaise
moti ho to baandh ke rakh doon
pyaar chhupaaun kaise
wo chehraa hai
har chehre mein
usey bhulaaun kaise ae

ho o chaahe jinhen meri nazar
haaye nahin unko khabar r r
chaahe jinhen meri nazar
haaye nahin unko khabar
band hai mandir ka darwaaza
phool chadhaaun kaise
moti ho to baandh ke rakh doon
pyaar chhupaaun kaise
wo chehraa hai
har chehre mein
usey bhulaaun kaise ae
usey bhulaaun kaise ae

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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मोती हो तो बाँध के रख दूं
प्यार छुपाऊं कैसे
वो चेहरा है
हर चेहरे में
उसे भुलाऊं कैसे

मोती हो तो बाँध के रख दूं
प्यार छुपाऊं कैसे
वो चेहरा है
हर चेहरे में
उसे भुलाऊं कैसे

मोती हो तो बाँध के रख दूं
प्यार छुपाऊं कैसे
वो चेहरा है
हर चेहरे में
उसे भुलाऊं कैसे

हो ओ चाँद नहीं
फूल नहीं
कोई नहीं उनसा हसींन ई
चाँद नहीं
फूल नहीं ई ई
कोई नहीं उनसा हसीन
कौन है वो क्या नाम है उनका
यहाँ बताऊँ कैसे
मोती हो तो बाँध के रख दूं
प्यार छुपाऊं कैसे
वो चेहरा है
हर चेहरे में
उसे भुलाऊं कैसे ए

हो ओ खोया हुआ है हर समा आ
यार बिना सूना है जहान आँ
खोया हुआ है हर समा आ
यार बिना सूना है जहान
नील गगन के चाँद को बाहों में
ले आऊं कैसे
मोती हो तो बाँध के रख दूं
प्यार छुपाऊं कैसे
वो चेहरा है
हर चेहरे में
उसे भुलाऊं कैसे ए

हो ओ चाहे जिन्हें मेरी नज़र

हाए नहीं उनको खबर ,र ,र
हो ओ चाहे जिन्हें मेरी नज़र
हाए नहीं उनको खबर ,र ,र
बन्द है मंदिर का दरवाज़ा
फूल चढाऊं कैसे
मोती हो तो बाँध के रख दूं
प्यार छुपाऊं कैसे
वो चेहरा है
हर चेहरे में ए
उसे भुलाऊं कैसे ए


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

Blog Day :

4765 Post No. : 16513 Movie Count :

4489

#The Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 148 # A tribute to Kishore Kumar#
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Today 4th August 2021 is the ninety-second birth anniversary of legendary Kishore Kumar.

He was born on 4th August 1929 at Khandwa (nowadays MP) and passed away on 13th October’1987 at Mumbai. Had he been alive, he would have celebrated his ninety-second birthday today. But he passed away at the age of fifty-eight years only and left his musical memories with us forever to cherish and enjoy.

For today’s occasion, I was looking for a song from a movie not presented on the blog and a song which is different. While searching in HFGK Vol-V (1971-1980) I came across today’s movie ‘Yauwan’. I was neither aware of the movie nor its songs.

Luckily this movie has not been presented on the blog and it contains a Kishore Kumar song and that too a ‘solo’ song. This is also the only Kishore Kumar song in this movie. And this is the song which I do not remember to have listened earlier. A low-pitched soft song this song serves the purpose of being a ‘different song’ from other well-known Kishore Kumar songs still to come up on the blog. This is a lesser heard song too. In summary, this song is just what the doctor ordered. 🙂

“Yauwan-1973” was directed by Ranjan Bose for ‘N.P. International, Bombay’. It was produced by N.P. Singh. It had Yogeeta Bali, Anil Dhawan, Sujit Kumar, Sundar, Mohan Choti, Jankidas, Poornima, Sajjan, Aashu, Rajpal, Renu, Rajanibala, Amar Grewal, Rameshwar, Bharat, Ratan Gaurang, Mehta, Sharma, Jugnu, Baby Sajju, Rajpal and others.

It had Kabir Bedi also featuring in a special appearance which the movie titles mentioned as ‘and a brief encounter with Kabir Bedi’ 😊

Story and screenplay of this movie was written by Ranjan Bose who was also the director of this movie. Dialogues of this movie were written by Madan Joshi and editing was done by Bhaskar Rao.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 12.02.1973.

“Yauwan-1973” had five songs in it, all written by Onkar Verma. Music for this movie was composed by Sonik-Omi.

All the five songs in this movie are solo songs. Four of them are sung by Asha Bhonsle and one by Kishore Kumar.

Here is the list of songs in this movie as appearing in the movie-page of this movie in HFGK Vol-V.

S.No Song Title Singer/s
01 Ye reshmi andhera lut jaane ka mausam Asha Bhonsle
02 Bandariya naach dikhaaye ki haathi dhhol bajaaye Asha Bhonsle
03 Jalta hai ye tan, sun o jaaneman Asha Bhonsle
04 Tumhaari berukhi se pareshaan hain nazaare Kishore Kumar
05 Kuchh chaahe aye aa, kuchh dhhoondhhe aye aa Asha Bhonsle

As mentioned above today’s song is sung by Kishore Kumar . It is lip-synced by Anil Dhawan who is singing the song to cheer up Yogeeta Bali.

I have not watched this movie so can’t say much about it. I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on this movie ‘Yauwan-1973’ and its songs.

Let us now listen to today’s song and pay our tributes to one and the only ‘Kishore Kumar’.

With this song, the movie ‘Yauwan-1973’ makes its debut on the blog.

Video (Longer)

Audio (shorter)

Song-Tumhaari berukhi se pareshaan hain nazaare(Yauwan)(1973) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Omkar Verma, MD-Sonik Omi

Lyrics

tumhaari berukhi ee se
pareshaan hain nazaare ae
tumhaari berukhi se
pareshaan hain nazaare
zaraa sa muskuraa ke
tum inhen de do sahaare
tumhaari berukhi se
pareshaan hain nazaare
zaraa sa muskuraa ke
tum inhen de do sahaare
tumhaari berukhi se

pashemaan kis liye hoti ho
tum apni jawaani se
pashemaan kis liye hoti ho
tum apni ee jawaani se
khushi aur gham ka rishtaa to
rahegaa zindagaani se
hai gham kaisaa kaho hamse
jo hai dil mein tumhaare
tumhaari berukhi se
pareshaan hain nazaare ae
tumhaari berukhi se

jalegaa dil bahaaron ka
jo tum aansoo bahaaogi
jalegaa dil bahaaron ka
jo tum aansoo bahaaogi
milegaa chain kaliyon ko
agar tum muskuraaogi
usi ki zindagi hai jo ise
hans kar guzaare
tumhaari berukhi se
pareshaan hain nazaare
zaraa sa muskuraa ke
tum inhen de do sahaare
tumhaari berukhi se
hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm


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

Blog Day :

4765 Post No. : 16512

Hullo Atuldom

Choosing a song for today’s post was not so easy. We are celebrating our beloved Kishore Kumar’s 92nd birthday and seem to have run out of all popular songs. Songs that are played on the repeat on music channels and FM radio are not for us. We, a tribe that is called Atulites, living in Atulsongaday.me kingdom (Atuldom for short) are not satisfied with oft-repeated songs.

Not that we don’t love a ‘jeewan ke safar mein raahi’; ‘zindagi ke safar mein’; ‘zindagi ka safar’ or ‘zindagi ek safar’ (some songs that say ‘life is a journey’) as much as ‘munna bada pyaara’; ‘chanda o chanda’; ‘soyi ja taara’; or ‘aa ri aa jaa’ and ‘ankhiyon mein chhote chhote sapne sajaay ke’. Atulites also savor ‘ye raatein ye mausam nadi ka kinaara’ along with ‘main hoon jhum jhum jhum jhum jhumroo’.

There are some Atulites for whom the Kishore Kumar era began with ‘mere sapnon ki rani’ and the songs of ‘Padosan’ and all songs of Rajesh Khanna movies of the ’70s (like yours truly).

There are other Atulites who have seen the growth of this actor/singer/composer/ lyricist/ producer/ director from the ’40s. He was a K L Saigal fan (and from what I have read at various places, most singers of that period were Saigal fans) and his first song in Bollywood “marne ki duaayen kyun mangoon” has a rather “Saigal feel” to it. That didn’t stop him from ‘yodelling’ once he discovered that aspect of singing, inspired by Jimmie Rodgers and Tex Morton.

He was equally comfortable singing ‘aake seedhi lagi dil pe jaise katariya’ and ‘mere naina saawan bhadon’. Singing madcap songs like ‘ek chatur naar’ and ‘rafta rafta dekho aankh meri ladi hai’ was as natural as ‘panthhi hoon mein uss path ka’ and ‘aa chal ke tujhe main leke chaloon’.

I am sure any follower of the blog will say ‘there she goes on her worship Kishore Kumar journey’. But that is the male sound I heard maximum in my growing up years. Of course he came to that level after a long and arduous struggle.

He was mentored by SD Burman in his initial years of singing in movies after he got a break in ‘Ziddi’ under Khemchand Prakash’s music direction. Salil Chaudhary, OP Nayyar, Kalyanji Anandji, C. Ramachandra, Madan Mohan and all the music directors of that period have songs of Kishore Kumar that are still in public memory. That doesn’t mean he didn’t sing for the next generation of music directors. Can’t forget ‘inteha ho gayi intezaar ki’ – Bappi Lahiri, ‘Kya mausam hai’ -Rajesh Roshan, ‘tera chehera mujhe gulaab lage’- Anu Malik (oh yes! he has sung for Anu Malik too); and the biggest of the next generation music directors – R D Burman and Laxmi-Pyare- we cannot even list all the wonderful songs that he had sung under their music direction.

He has duets with male as well as female singers and also multi-singer songs best example of multi-singer song being Hum ko tumse ho gaya hai pyaar kya karen.

But why did I write ‘we have run out of popular songs’. Out of a possible 2709 songs (that the blog’s stats page says that we have of Kishore Kumar in Bollywood), 1245 have been posted in the blog. Of these 577 are solo songs of Kishore Kumar. That leaves us with 1464 songs to choose from. If I think of songs from the ’70s, we have many non- Dev Anand, Rajesh Khanna and Amitabh Bachchan songs to choose from which were regularly played on Vividh Bharati.

Seeing Randhir Kapoor on Indian Idol over the weekend reminded me of today’s song.
This post from last year gives the story of “Lafange” (1975) in brief. Today’s song helps to establish the character of Gopal played by Randhir Kapoor. It shows how heroes, who play con-men in movies, have gold-plated conscience. They rob the haves and help the have-nots. All heroes are Robinhoods when they play con-men and undergo a character change when they fall in love with the beautiful heroines. Predictable, correct?

Missing singer/actor/producer/director/ composer Kishoreda on his birth anniversary.


Song-Log kehte hain ke hum lafange hain (Lafange)(1975) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

hmm
hmmmhmmhmmm
lo..ooo..g kehte hain
ke hum lafange hain
log kehte hain ke hum lafange hain
hum lafange nahin hain patange hain
hum lafange nahin hain patange hain
lafange nahin hum patange hain aen
log kehte hain ke hum lafange hain

apne kai roop hain isliye
apne kai roop hain isliye
log humko kehte hain bahroopiye
chehre se humko na pehchaaniye
hum kitne rangon mein rangein hain aen aen
lo…o o..g kehte hain ke hum lafange hain

apne khayaalon mein jo hai haseen
apne khayaalon mein jo hai haseen
ek din milegi kahin na kahin
kismat buri hai bure hum nahin
hum insaan dil ke changey hain aen
lo..oo..g kehte hain ke hum lafange hain

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

yaaron ki khaali dua chaahiye
yaaron ki khaali dua chaahiye
apne liye humko kya chaahiye
unke dukhon ki dawaa chaahiye
pyaase hain jo bhookhe nange hain aen
lo..o o.g kehte hain ke hum lafange hain
log kehte hain ke hum lafange hain
hum lafange nahin hain patange hain
hum lafange nahin hain patange hain
lafange nahin hum patange hain aen
log kahte hain ke hum lafange hain


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

Blog Day :

4748 Post No. : 16478

Hullo Atuldom

18th July 2012- nine years to the date since the first superstar of Bollywood passed away. An actor who charmed his way into the hearts of his (female) fans with a smile that reached his eyes and could express his emotions with his eyes.

The style with which he said “Pushpa, I hate tears”. Or the the way he said “why are you roing?” to his girlfriend (Farida Jalal) who has come to wish him ‘all the best’ as he is leaving for the war.

Can anyone forget “Zindagi aur maut toh uparwale ke haath mein hain jahaanpanaah……” There are numerous such dialogues and sequences that are etched in the collective minds of his fans. But all these superlative scenes and dialogues came in the first few years of his stardom when he gave 15 consecutive hits.

What happened next? A tall lanky man walked in and went on to become the next superstar. But did he actually dislodge our Kaka from his pedestal? Not exactly. Kaka still kept coming up with movies were he was the solo hero, which were decently successful at the Box-Office too. In 1984-85 he had 11 releases of which 8 were hits in spite of the Amitabh mania being at its peak. In fact none of the superstars (past and/or present) Amitabh Bachchan, Salman Khan, Aamir Khan or Shahrukh Khan or all those who followed, can say that they have similar crazy fans. There are anecdotes about how female fans threw themselves at his car, how many of them were heart-broken when he got married etc.

I have read Amitabh Bachchan’s blog (that is the only other film-based blog, besides ASAD that I read/follow on such occasions) where he has said “The word ‘Superstar’ was invented for him, and for me it shall ever remain his, and no others .. !! His generation and the generations that follow, shall never be able to describe, or understand his phenomena .. !!”. What more can say about Kaka a.k.a Rajesh Khanna.

He was the highest paid actor for the longest time and he made an eye-pleasing pair with all his heroines of the time. Be it Hema Malini, Rekha, Shabana Azmi, Moushumi, Waheeda Rehman, Zeenat, Parveen babi etc. etc. etc. and Sridevi, Jaya Prada, Padmini Kolhapure, Tina Munim etc. from the next set. R D Burman, Kishore Kumar and Rajesh Khanna were a successful team and had worked together in 32 films. He had a keen sense of music and the songs of his movies right from ‘aur kuch der thahar aur kuch der na jaa’ to ‘Jai Jai Shiv Shankar’ to any songs, which any reader wants to add in this list, are well loved and still popular .

Selecting a song for this post was not easy as there are so many songs to choose from. I have tried to find a song which is not by R D Burman and the first song that I thought of is a personal favourite which, I am surprised, is not yet on the blog. In fact, Sudhirji had pointed out the absence of this song on the blog a long time back.

The song is written by Sawan Kumar Tak and composed by Usha Khanna. The song had two versions one by Lata Mangeshkar which was sung on screen by Padmini Kolhapure and the other by Kishore Kumar which was lip synced by (but of course) Rajesh Khanna. Both the versions cannot be classified as happy or sad but the song is very philosophical. Yes, I am talking of “Zindagi pyar ka geet hai” from ‘Soutan’ (1983). I don’t want to get into any discussion about which version is better and has stood the test of time. We shall straight away get to the song.

Here is that ever-so-popular song where we have both actors at their emotional best.

Male version

Female version

Song-Zindagi pyaar ka geet hai ise har dil ko gaana padega(Sautan)(1981) Singer-Kishore Kumar/ Lata, Lyrics-Saawan Kumar Tak, MD-Usha Khanna

Lyrics

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Male version (Kishore Kumar)
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zindagi pyaar ka geet hai ae ae
ise har dil ko gaana padega
zindagi pyaar ka geet hai ae ae
ise har dil ko gaana padega
zindagi gham ka saagar bhi hai ae ae
hans ke us paar jaana padega

zindagi ek ehsaas hai
toote dil ki koi aas hai
zindagi ek ehsaas hai
toote dil ki koi aas hai
zindagi ek vanwaas hai ae ae
kaat kar sabko jaana padega
zindagi pyaar ka geet hai ae ae
ise har dil ko gaana padega

aaaaa aaaaaaaaaaa
aaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaa

zindagi bewafa hai toh kya
apne roothe hain humse toh kya
zindagi bewafa hai toh kya
apne roothe hain humse toh kya
haath mein haath na ho toh kya aa aa
saath phir bhi nibhaana padega
zindagi pyaar ka geet hai ae ae
ise har dil ko gaana padega

zindagi ek muskaan hai
dard ki koi pehchaan hai
zindagi ek muskaan hai
dard ki koi pehchaan hai
zindagi ek mehmaan hai ae ae
chhod sansaar jaana padega
zindagi pyaar ka geet hai ae ae
ise har dil ko gaana padega
zindagi gham ka saagar bhi hai ae ae
hans ke us paar jaana padega
aaaaa aaaaaaa aaaa
aaaaa aaaaaaa aaaa

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Female version (Lata Mangeshkar)
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zindagi pyaar ka geet hai ae
ise har dil ko gaana padega
zindagi pyaar ka geet hai ae ae
ise har dil ko gaana padega
zindagi gham ka saagar bhi hai ae ae
hans ke us paar jaana padega

jiska jitna ho aanchal yahaan par
usko saugaat utni milegi
la la laa
la la laa
la la la la laa
jiska jitna ho aanchal yahaan par
usko saugaat utni milegi
phool jeevan mein gar na khilen toh
kaanton se bhi nibhaana padega
zindagi pyaar ka geet hai ae ae
ise har dil ko gaana padega

hai agar door manzil toh kya
raasta bhi hai mushkil toh kya
la la laa
la la laa
laa laa laa laa laaa
hai agar door manzil toh kya
raasta bhi hai mushkil toh kya aa aa
raat taaron bhari na mile toh o
dil ka deepak jalaana padega aa
zindagi pyaar ka geet hai ae ae ae
ise har dil ko gaana padega

zindagi ek paheli bhi hai,
sukh dukh ki saheli bhi hai
la la laa
la la laa
laa laa laa laa laaa
zindagi ek paheli bhi hai
sukh dukh ki saheli bhi hai ae ae
zindagi ek vachan bhi toh hai ae ae
jise sabko nibhaana padega aa
zindagi pyaar ka geet hai ae ae
ise har dil ko gaana padega
zindagi gham ka sagar bhi hai ae ae
hans ke us paar jaana padega


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

Blog Day :

4747 Post No. : 16475

#The Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 145 # Samjhauta-1973
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Browsing the blog always brings some surprises for me and reminds me of some forgotten songs. There are movies where some of their songs are very popular and familiar, while the some songs from these films remained unexplored and forgotten.

Today’s movie is one such example.

Lots of nostalgia is associated for me with the “Samjhauta”(1973) songs ‘badi door se aaye hain, pyaar ka tohfaa laaye hain’ and ‘samjahuta ghamon se kar lo’. I have not watched this movie but I was aware of these songs as these songs were extremely popular songs of those days, even among people who never watched this movie. Recently I came across this movie on the blog and then I realised that only three songs (including the multiple version title song) from this movie have been covered on the blog. The third song being ‘sab ke rehte lagtaa hai jaise koi nahin hai meraa’. I am familiar with this song as well. But I was oblivious of the remaining two songs from this movie.

Moreover, if we note the dates of the earlier songs posted – two in 2008 and one in 2010 (or precisely on 24.07.2010)- the last time a song from “Samjhauta”(1973) was covered in the blog as was nearly eleven years ago !

Today I present the fourth song from this movie ‘Samjhauta-1973’.

“Samjhautaa-1973” was directed by Ajoy Biswas for ‘Jwala Pictures Pvt. Ltd, Bombay’. It was produced by Sundeep Sethi. It had Yogita Bali, Anil Dhawan, Shatrughan Sinha, Ajitesh, Pradeep Kumar, Naaz, Sulochana, Asit Sen, Sajjan, Randhir, Tarun Bose, Jankidas, Manik Dutt, Jagdish Raj, Polsan, Dilip Dutt, Madhu Apte, Samar Roy, Gautam Mukherji, Bachan Singh, Sajan, Prem Master Bunty.

This movie introduced Ajitesh Bannerjee, and Keshto Mukherjee and Bipin Gupta had a special appearance in this movie.

Story of this movie was written by Sukhen Das, whereas the screenplay and dialogues of this movie was written by Inder Raj Anand.

Editing of this movie was done by Tarun Dutta.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 31.05.1973.

This movie had six songs including one multiple version song.

Lyrics for five out of six songs were written by Indeevar (including one multiple version song) and for one song lyrics were written by Verma Malik.

Music for this movie was composed by Kalyanji-Anandji.

Following is the list of the songs from this movie as mentioned in HFGK Vol-V (1981-1980).

Sno Song Title Singer Lyricist Posted On
1 Tanak tuk tandaa… aise logon ka dhandhaa Kishore Kumar Verma Malik Being discussed today
2 Badi door se aaye hain Mohd Rafi Indeevar 03.12.2008
3 Koi nahin hai meraa Mohd Rafi Indeevar 21.11.2008
4 Samjhauta ghamon se kar lo Lata Mangeshkar Indeevar 24.07.2010
5 Sainkado Kishore yahaan… Kishore Kumar Indeevar Not Posted yet
6 Samjhauta ghamon se kar lo Kishore Kumar Indeevar 24.07.2010

In the movie credits the name of Mukesh is mentioned among playback singers, with Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar and Mohd Rafi. (Mukesh’s voice appears in the song ‘badi door se aaye hain)

Today’s song is sung by Kishore Kumar. Anil Dhawan is lip-syncing the song and performing on it on screen. Asit Sen and many others can be seen in the picturisation of this song.

This song is the very first song in the movie and appears as the movie starts. The song is shown as played at a ‘nautanki function’ in a village setting, where the hero is laments at the society’s changing behaviour and how the moral values are going down.

Audio

Video


Song-Aise logon ka dhandhaa arrey kabhi na hoga mandaa (Samjhauta)(1973) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Verma Malik, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

he ae he he
tanak tuk tanda
tanak tuk tanda
tanak tuk tanda aa
ha ha

aise logon ka dhandhaa
arey kabhi na hoga mandaa
bhai jiski jeb mein teen degreeyaan
chori jhoothh aur chandaa
tanak tuk tanda
tanak tuk tanda
tanak tuk tanda aa
ha ha

aise logon ka dhandhaa
arey kabhi na hoga mandaa
bhai jiski jeb mein teen degreeyaan
chori jhoothh aur chandaa
tanak tuk tanda
tanak tuk tanda
tanak tuk tanda aa
ha ha

haath mein degree ee
haath mein degree BA ki hai
phir bhi ee
man mein bhari hai udaasi ee
haath mein degree BA ki hai
phir bhi man mein udaasi
sochaa thha kuchh ban ke rahenge
ban gaye ye chapraasi
salaam saab
mai baap
mai baap
pandrah saal ki mehnat pe bhi
phir gayaa dekho randaa
tanak tuk tanda
tanak tuk tanda
tanak tuk tanda aa
ha ha
tanak tuk tanda
tanak tuk tanda
tanak tuk tanda aa
ha ha

isney usko o
arey isney usko
usney usko
usney usko lootaa haa
pataa nahin lagtaa hai yaaron
kisne kisko lootaa
haay haay
kisne kisko lootaa
Golmaal sab kar jaate hain
Karke gorakhdhandhaa
tanak tuk tanda
tanak tuk tanda
tanak tuk tanda aa
ha ha
tanak tuk tanda
tanak tuk tanda
tanak tuk tanda aa
ha ha

jo deta bhaashan hai dharam pe
ae ae ae ae ae
jo deta bhaashan hai dharam pe
uske dil mein dharam nahin
aankh pe do sau ka chashmaa hai
phir bhi aankh mein sharam nahin
dharam karam ko khaa gayaa dekho
ye chaandi ka phandaa
tanak tuk tanda
tanak tuk tanda
tanak tuk tanda aa
ha ha
tanak tuk tanda
tanak tuk tanda
tanak tuk tanda aa
hey hey

sun lo
sun lo
yaaron zamaanaa kaisaa paltaa hai
o sun lo sun lo
yaaron zamaanaa kaisaa paltaa hai
kaam duniya ka jo dekho
ho rahaa ultaa ultaa hai
gadhe ki keemat hai do sau
o o o o o
gadhe ki keemat hai do sau
aadmi sau mein biktaa hai
haan
sab kuchh ho gayaa mehengaa lekin
sastaa ho gaya bandaa
tanak tuk tanda
tanak tuk tanda
tanak tuk tanda aa
he he

aise logon ka dhandhaa
arey kabhi na hoga mandaa
bhai jiski jeb mein teen digreeyaan
chori jhoothh aur chandaa
tanak tuk tanda
tanak tuk tanda
tanak tuk tanda aa


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

Blog Day :

4739 Post No. : 16465

Hullo Atuldom

“Qatl”, produced and directed by R K Nayyar released in 1986, was a crime story adapted from the American TV movie ‘In Broad Daylight’ (1971). It was one of the first releases of Sanjeev Kumar’s after his passing. It had music by Laxmi-Pyare and songs were written by Rajinder Krishan (4) and Anand Bakshi (1). The playback singers used were Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar, Anup Jalota and Kavitha Krishnamurthy. The cast was Sarika, Ranjeeta, Plioo Wadia, Sanjeev Kumar, Marc Zuber, Shatrughan Sinha and Ashok Kumar.

The story revolved around fidelity, loyalty. It was the story of romance between an actor-director (Rakesh-Sanjeev Kumar) and his heroine (Rohini-Sarika). Just that the heroine is in love with her producer and theatre owner (Ranjeet-Marc Zuber) too. Sanjeev Kumar marries Sarika, and one day at a rehearsal there is a freak accident and Rakesh looses his sight in saving Rohini. The blind Rakesh learns to cope with life and blindness with the aide of his nurse (Sita -Ranjeeta) appointed by Rohini so that she can resume theatre. During one of the reheasals, the blind Rakesh discovers Rohini and Ranjeet’s secret meetings and their affair and is heartbroken. That is when today’s song happens.

One song from the movie has been posted. We are having the next song to remember our dear Harihar Jethalal Jariwala a.k.a Sanjeev Kumar a.k.a Thakur Baldev Singh on his 83rd birth anniversary. He was such a versatile actor that he played a young lover to his heroines as well as their father/ father-in-law as he did with Jaya Bhaduri and Sharmila Tagore. But of course he had most of the heroines of the 70s and 80s as his leading lady be it Mumtaz, Waheeda Rehman, Rakhee, Hema, Rekha, Moushumi etc; even Zeenat Aman played his romantic interest in a movie or two. He had the opportunity to enact nine different characters in “Naya Din Nayi Raat”. He had great comic timing and “Angoor” directed by Gulzar was the best example of it. He was a two time National Best Actor Award winner viz. : 1971 for “Dastak” and 1973 for “Koshish”. He was nominated for 14 Filmfare Awards -thrice as Best Supporting actor and the rest for Best Actor. He won the award thrice – for “Shikar” (supporting actor 1969) and “Aandhi” and “Arjun Pandit'” (best actor 1976, 1977).

Here is wishing that this talented actor was still among us. 🙏


Song-Kahaan jaa rahaa thha kahaan aa gaya hoon (Qatl)(1986) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

kahaan jaa raha thha
kahaan aa gaya hoon
kahaan jaa raha thha
kahaan aa gaya hoon
na mujhko pata hai
na dil ko khabar hai
koi ibtida na
koi intahaa hai
safar ye mohabbat ka kaisa safar hai
kahaan jaa raha thha
kahaan aa gaya hoon
kahaan jaa raha thha

woh rangeen naghma kahaan kho gaya hai
woh rangeen naghma kahaan kho gaya hai
mera saaz khaamosh kyon ho gaya hai
woh jazbaa jo mushkil se maine jagaaya
woh phir jaagte jaagte so gaya hai
na jhonka hawa ka na pehli si khushboo
ye phoolon ki basti ya kaanton ka ghar hai
kahaan jaa raha thha
kahaan aa gaya hoon
kahaan jaa raha thha

woh jis ke liye ye andhere khareede
woh jis ke liye ye andhere khareede
ujaale ki keemat bhi uss ko bata doon
kabhi zindagi ki dua di thhi jisko
usey bewafai ki kyun na sazaa doon
usse bewafai ki kya main sazaa doon
sazaa doon
sazaa doon
yahaan se na aane na jaane ka rasta
magar qatl ke vaaste rah-guzar hai
magar qatl ke vaaste rah-guzar hai
magar qatl ke vaaste rah-guzar hai
magar qatl ke vaaste ae ae ae
rah-guzar hai


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 :

4671 Post No. : 16347

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#The Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 137 # ‘Pyaar Ki Kahaani-1971’ #
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Today’s song is from the movie ‘Pyaar Ki Kahaani-1971’.

‘Pyaar Ki Kahaani-1971’ was directed by Ravi Nagaich for ‘Vijaylakshami Pictures, Madras’.

It had Tanuja, Amitabh Bachchan, Farida Jalal, Anil Dhawan, Bipin Gupta, Prem Chopra, Madhuchhanda, Agha, Mukri, Mohan Choti, Praveen Pal, Yunus Parvez, Krishnakant, Birbal, Hanumanthachari, Ranga Reddi, Nadir, Mamaji, Akhtar, Bihari, Pandey, Puranik, Gulshan Bawra and others.

K.N. Singh and Raja Babu (of south) make a special appearance in this movie.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 20.04.71 (which means that this movie is already a ‘fifty-year-old’ movie now 😊).

This movie had five songs. four songs have already been posted on the blog, and thus the today’s song is the ‘final song’ from this movie to be posted on the blog. All these five songs were written by Anand Bakshi and music for this movie was composed by R.D. Burman.

Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar, Usha Mangeshkar and Mohd Rafi had given their voices to the songs in this movie.

Following four songs have already been posted on the blog earlier.

Song Posted On
Koi aur duniyaa mein tumsaa nahin 31.08.2010
Ek patey ki baat bataaun 11.10.2013
Ek khabar aayi suno ek khabar aayi 04.04.2015
Baby tu chhoti hai 31.08.2020

Earlier I had the opportunity to present a song from this movie. That song, a Mohammad Rafi solo, was presented by me on 11.10.2013.

From the above table we can see that this movie had debuted on the blog on 31.08.2010 and it completed its ‘ten-year run’ on the blog on 31.08.2020.

Today’s song, the final song of this movie, is sung by Kishore Kumar. It is lip-synced by Mohan Choti. Also seen in the picturisation of this song are Gulshan Bawra, Prem Chopra, Mukri, Birbal and others. (I am sure all will identify who the ‘gori’ 😊 in this song is )

Let us now enjoy today’s song, sung ith great energy and enthusiasm by Kishore Kumar.

With today’s song all songs of ‘Pyaar Ki Kahaani-1971’ have been posted on the blog and this movie joints the club of ‘Movies-all songs covered’.

YIPPEEEE 😊

Video

Audio (Longer)

Song-Gori ho gori chori ho chori (Pyaar Ki Kahaani)(1971) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

oye
oye
oye gori
ho gori ee ee ee

arey
chori ho chori
hi hi hi ee ee ee

gori ho gori
chori ho chori
mera jiyaa le gayi ee
chakori
haay haay ghazab ho gaya
sadak par
baanke kaa man kho gaya aa
gori ho gori ee
chori ho chori
mera jiyaa le gayi ee
chakori
haay haay ghazab ho gaya
sadak par
baanke kaa man kho gaya
ha haa haa

hamne kaati jeb kisi ki
ham pakde gaye ae ae
lag gayin hathhkadiyaan re
ham to jakde gaye ae
(kankar mantar
mast kalandar
ho gaye andar)
hey
usey naa poochhe koyi
hamaari neendiya khoyi
churaayaa usne chainaa
milaakar hamse nainaa
gori ne phenki ee
manwaa pe dori
gori ho gori ee
chori ho chori
mera jiyaa le gayi ee
chakori
haay haay ghazab ho gaya
sadak par
baanke kaa man kho gaya aa a

ham jo karte hain wo bhi karti hai
kaam yahi ee
chor hai apnaa naam to
uska bhi naam yahi ee
(
badhke puttan keervi chakar
keervi chakar bdhke puttan)
arey ham dhan ko looten
haan
arey wo man ko loote
ho
agar maane wo gori
haan
karen ham milke chori
khoob rahe ham donon ki jodi
gori ho gori ee
chori ho chori
mera jiyaa le gayi ee
chakori
haay haay ghazab ho gaya
sadak par
baanke kaa man kho gaya aa a
gori ho gori ee
chori ho chori
mera jiyaa le gayi ee
chakori
haay haay ghazab ho gaya
sadak par
baanke kaa man kho gaya aa a
kho gaya
kho gayaa
o gori ee
haay chori chori chori


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