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

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Hullo Atuldom

History of Indian cinema is incomplete without mentioning the influence of Parsi theatre, specially in the initial years of the film industry. When we throw a question to Google about “influence of Parsi theatre on Indian Film Industry” this reply pops up:- “Stylistic elements like declamatory theatrical performances, the progression of narrative through song & dance sequences, melodrama, disguise & plot reversals”. I am sure there are knowledgeable followers of Atuldom who will be able to throw more light on this subject. If I recall, our in-house encyclopaedia Shri Arunkumar Deshmukh, has written about this in a few of his posts.

I think Sohrab Modi was one of the first Parsis in Indian Cinema and there have been many Parsi actors in later years too and I remember many of them in character roles- Dinyar Contractor, Dinyar Tirandaz and his wife Roshan, Daisy Irani, Maneka Irani, Honey Irani, etc. Nauheed Cyrusi, Perizad Zorabian of the current generation have played central characters. There are some mainstream actors who have a Parsi parent or grandparent. I am not going to list all of them here.

I will just say that the celebrity who celebrates his birthday on 2nd December is from Parsi Theatre. He began by playing Mohammad Ali Jinnah in “Gandhi” – a play which was followed by some more theatrical appearances and ads for ‘Krackjack’ (the biscuit), ‘Fanta’ (the cold drink), etc.
Of course he began his life at The Taj Mahal Palace & Tower as a waiter and room service personnel. He also helped his mother in running her bakery & Namkeen shop in South Mumbai. With the tips that he gathered at the Taj he saved up enough to buy a camera which he used to click photos of school cricket & football matches which he sold for 20 and 30 rupees.

We are reading about Boman Irani. He made his on-screen debut in 2000 with a blink-n-miss role in Mansoor Khan’s “Josh”. “Everybody Says I’m Fine!” (2001 release) was an Indian-English language film that was also actor Rahul Bose’s directorial debut and Boman Irani’s first screen presence of substance. Then we have had a deluge of memorable roles of this multi-talented versatile actor- Dr. J.C. Asthana (“Munna Bhai M.B.B.S” in 2003), Principal Viru Sahastrabuddhe a.k.a. VIRUS (“3 Idiots” in 2009), the forgetful college Principal of ‘Main Hoon Na’ (2004) etc etc. He has played Farokh Engineer in the 2021 release “83”. He has also acted in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Marathi, Kannada films. A notable aspect of Boman Irani’s career is that he has never played any character that makes a caricature of any community.

Boman Irani has acted in a movie where he was romantically paired opposite Farha Khan (one of those in the industry with Parsi antecedent). It had a cast of Daisy Irani, Shammi, Mahabanoo Modi Kotwal, Nauheed Cyrusi, Dinyar Contractor, Kurush Deboo etc. The movie was “Shirin Farhad Ki Toh Nikal Padi” (release date 24 August 2012) which was directed by Bela Bhansali Sehgal and produced by Sanjay Leela Bhansali. It had music by Chandrajeet Ganguly a.k.a Jeet Gannguli, Amitabh Bhattacharya and Faraz Ali were the lyricists for sings sung by K.K., Shreya Ghoshal, Usha Uthup, Mohit Chauhan and Neeraj Shridhar.

The song with this post is a romantic song where we see Farha Khan and Boman Irani romancing in typical Bollywood fashion.

Video

Audio

Song-Ishq mein tere bina dil hi na lage(Shirin Farhad Ki to Nikal Padi)(2012) Singer-Shreya Ghoshal, KK, Lyrics-amitabh Bhattacharya, MD-Jeet Ganguly

Lyrics

rum da ra ra ra
pa rararara
rarararara
rum da ra ra ra
pa rararara
rarararara

hai dosti
kuchh zyaada zindagi se ho gayi
hai dosti
phir taaza zindagi se ho gayi
ye pyaar tera
khumaar sa hai
suhaane khwaab humne bhi bune ae
ishq mein tere bina
ishq mein tere bina
dil hi na lage
ishq mein tere bina
ishq mein tere bina
dil hi na lage

ahhahaha
tujhe milke samjhe
tujhse pahle kaisi
thi zindagi
thi zindagi
chehre se gulshan dil se sehra jaisi
thi zindagi ee
thi zindagi ee
ye pyaar tera
ye pyaar tera
bahaar sa hai
bahaar sa hai
to aaj phool humne bhi chune
ishq mein tere bina
ishq mein tere bina
dil hi na lage
ishq mein tere bina
ishq mein tere bina
dil hi na lage

meri har dhadkan pe toone khwaahish likh di
kya baat hai
kya baat hai
mere bikhre sur thhe
toone bandish likh di
kya baat hai
kya baat hai
ye pyaar tera
ye pyaar tera
malhaar sa hai
malhaar sa hai
taraane aaj humne bhi sune ae
ishq mein tere bina
ishq mein tere bina
dil hi na lage
ishq mein tere bina
ishq mein tere bina
dil hi na lage
hai dosti kuchh zyaada zindagi se ho gayi ee ee
hai dosti phir taaza zindagi se ho gayi
ye pyaar tera
ye pyaar tera
bahaar sa hai
bahaar sa hai
suhaane khwaab humne bhi bune
ishq me tere bina
haan tere bina
dil hi na lage
ishq mein tere bina
haan tere bina
dil hi na lage
ishq mein tere bina
haan tere bina
dil hi na lage
ishq mein tere bina
ha tere bina
dil hi na lage


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.

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Hullo Atuldom

‘Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein’ (RHTDM – 2001) was produced by Vashu Bhagnani and directed by Gautam Vasudev Menon. It was either a remake or made along side Gautam Vasudev Menon’s Tamil ‘Minnale’. ‘Minnale’ released in February and RHTDM released in October 2001. Both the versions had R Madhavan play the lead, music was by Harris Jayaraj (I think both the movies were the composers’ debut in the respective languages).

RHTDM was the debut of, second runner-up Miss India 2000, Dia Mirza who had gone to be crowned Miss Asia Pacific 2000. Indian beauties Lara Dutta & Priyanka Chopra were that year’s Miss Universe & Miss World respectively.

‘Rehnaa Hai Terra Dil Mein’ (please note that the extra alphabets in the title may have something to do with numerology and that is how it appeared in the movie’s title card) had Saif Ali Khan as the other male protagonist along with Vrajesh Hirjee, Tannaz Irani (she was Tannaz Currim back then), Anupam Kher, Navin Nischol, etc in the cast. Sameer was the lyricist and Bombay Jayashree, Roop Kumar Rathod, Sonu Nigam, Kavitha Krishnamurthy, Shaan, Preeti – Pinky, Sukhvinder Singh, Shekhar Ravijani, Sunidhi Chauhan, Vasundhara Das and KK were the playback singers used.

The movie was the story of a love-struck man,  (unknowingly) stealing the identity of his former college foe, to pursue his lady-love and the eventual repercussions he has to face, when his cover is blown before he could come clean.

I had originally zeroed in to the songs of this movie to wish R Madhavan on his birthday which was on 1st of June. R Madhavan was born in Jamshedpur to South Indian parents and completed his graduation from Kolhapur. In college he was a leading NCC cadet and had the opportunity to go to England and get training in the Royal Air-Force, Royal Navy and British Army. I read somewhere that he had briefly toyed the idea of joining the armed forces too but missed the cut-off by a few months. A brief stint in modelling helped him gain a foothold in the entertainment industry via the television industry. I remember him playing Satish Shah’s son-in-law and Mandira Bedi’s husband in ‘Ghar Jamai’ in the ’90s. His first chance in Indian films came via Kannada movies.

Before I could complete the post in came the news of the untimely death of the KK aka Krishnakumar Kunnath after a stage performance in Kolkatta. He was only 53.

KK was born to South Indian parents (like Madhavan) in New Delhi. He was an alumnus of Kirori Mal College. He was the voice of the jingles in the ’90s before AR Rehman gave him a break in Tamil. His debut in Hindi films was the full throat song “Tadap Tadap Ke Is Dil Se Aah Nikalti Rahi” from the film ‘Ham Dil De Chuke Sanam’ (1999) under the baton of Ismail Darbar (the song is already present on our blog with a post by Nahmji).

Yesterday fellow-Atulite Satyajitji shared a short clip featuring hits of KK and I found most of them had been my favorites; of course without knowing who was singing those. I must also admit that I am as ignorant about the current lot of singers as I was about the singers of the Golden Era of Indian Music. Just as some songs are prophetic about the concerned writer, music director, singer etc. There is a song which KK sang “Hum Rahe Ya Na Rahe Kal” from the non film album ‘Pal’. It seems that he had sung this song on-stage on that fateful evening of 31st May.

For this post I present the song which I had originally chosen to wish Madhavan on his birthday on 1st June.

But now this song unfortunately also happens to be a tribute to KK.

Song – Sach Keh Raha Hai Deewaana (Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein) (2001) Singer – KK, Lyrics – Sameer, MD – Harris Jayraj

Lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)

sach keh raha hai deewaana
dil
dil na kisi se lagaana
jhoothe hai yaar ke waade saare
jhoothi hain pyaar ki kasmen
maine har lamha jise chaaha
jise pooja
usi ne yaaro mera dil toda
toda
tanha
tanha chhoda

sach keh raha hai deewaana
dil
dil na kisi se lagaana
jhoothe hai yaar ke waade saare
jhoothi hain pyaar ki kasmen
maine har lamha jise chaaha
jise pooja
usi ne yaaro mera dil toda
toda
tanha
tanha chhoda

sunder sunder
wo haseena
badi sunder sunder
main to khone laga
uske nashe mein
bin piye behka. . .
aa aa aa
sunder sunder
wo haseena
badi sunder sunder
main to khone laga
uske nashe mein
bin piye behka. . .
ek din usey bhula doonga main
uske nishaan mita doonga main
chaahoonga na main us patthar ko
ja usey bata de

oo oo
sach keh raha hai deewaana
dil
dil na kisi se lagaana
jhoothe hai yaar ke waade saare
jhoothi hain pyaar ki kasmen
maine har lamha jise chaaha
jise pooja
usi ne yaaro mera dil toda
toda
tanha
tanha chhoda

mausam
mausam
tha bada suhaana
mausam
mausam
maine dekha usey
hua main paagal
bas pal bhar mein
aa aa
mausam
mausam
tha bada suhaana
mausam
mausam
maine dekha usey
hua main paagal
bas pal bhar mein
aake basi hai wo mere mann mein
uski kami hai ab jeevan mein
wo door hai meri nazron se
kyun usey main chaahoon

la laai laai laai laai laa
le
la laai laai laai laai laa
la laai laai laai laai laa
le

maine har lamha jise chaaha
jise pooja
usi ne yaaro mera dil toda
toda
tanha
tanha chhoda

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

सच कह रहा है दीवाना
दिल
दिल ना किसी से लगाना
झूठे हैं यार के वादे सारे
झूठी हैं प्यार की कसमें
मैंने हर लम्हा जिसे चाहा
जिसे पूजा
उसी ने यारो मेरा दिल तोड़ा
तोड़ा
तन्हा
तन्हा छोड़ा

सच कह रहा है दीवाना
दिल
दिल ना किसी से लगाना
झूठे हैं यार के वादे सारे
झूठी हैं प्यार की कसमें
मैंने हर लम्हा जिसे चाहा
जिसे पूजा
उसी ने यारो मेरा दिल तोड़ा
तोड़ा
तन्हा
तन्हा छोड़ा

सुन्दर सुन्दर
वो हसीना
बड़ी सुन्दर सुन्दर
मैं तो खोने लगा
उसके नशे में
बिन पिये बहका
आ आ आ
सुन्दर सुन्दर
वो हसीना
बड़ी सुन्दर सुन्दर
मैं तो खोने लगा
उसके नशे में
बिन पिये बहका॰ ॰ ॰
इक दिन उसे भुला दूँगा मैं
उसके निशां मिटा दूँगा मैं
चाहूँगा ना मैं उस पत्थर को
जा उसे बता दे

ओ ओ
सच कह रहा है दीवाना
दिल
दिल ना किसी से लगाना
झूठे हैं यार के वादे सारे
झूठी हैं प्यार की कसमें
मैंने हर लम्हा जिसे चाहा
जिसे पूजा
उसी ने यारो मेरा दिल तोड़ा
तोड़ा
तन्हा
तन्हा छोड़ा

मौसम
मौसम
था सुहाना बड़ा
मौसम
मौसम
मैंने देखा उसे
हुआ मन पागल
बस पल भर में
आ आ
मौसम
मौसम
था सुहाना बड़ा
मौसम
मौसम
मैंने देखा उसे
हुआ मन पागल
बस पल भर में
आके बसी है वो मेरे मन में
उसकी कमी है अब जीवन में
वो दूर है मेरी नज़रों से
क्यों उसे मैं चाहूँ

ल लाई लाई लाई लाई ला
ले
ल लाई लाई लाई लाई ला
ल लाई लाई लाई लाई ला
ले

मैंने हर लम्हा जिसे चाहा
जिसे पूजा
उसी ने यारो मेरा दिल तोड़ा
तोड़ा
तन्हा
तन्हा छोड़ा


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.

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4559

Hullo Atuldom

This post is courtesy my youngest sister. We were on this telephonic chat and she was asking me about my new hobby/addiction and how it is coming by. In the conversation she mentioned about the how she appreciated Dilip Kumar in the song”Nain Lad Jaihe To Manwaa Maa Kasak Hoibe Kari” – his dancing to be more exact. She spoke about how the dance was almost continuous like a single shot song. And my reply to her was that the song from “Jewel Thief”Hothon  Mein Aisi Baat Main Dabaa Ke Chali Aayi” is an ideal example of a song in a single-shot and how Vyjayanthimala has danced and cameras were strategically placed to catch every movement and moment. To this my sister replied that being a trained classical dancer it would not have been so difficult for Vyjayanthimala but see Dilip Kumar dance in ‘Ganga Jamna’.

Now the Dilip Kumar dance I have been seeing from time immemorial and it is one of the songs on my personal favorites list. But after speaking to my sister, I saw the song again just before I started this post. Even if it is not a single shot-song, the choreography makes it seem so. There is a flow in the movements and actions from one frame to the other and the end result is one amazing continuous dance-song.

What the morning conversation did was it reminded me of another song that is nearly like the Dilip Kumar song viz. the choreography makes it feel that the artists have danced seamlessly, without any cuts between shots. This is the handiwork of Farah Khan. It is from the 2004 released ‘Main Hoon Na’ that is produced by Gauri Khan (Red Chillies Entertainment) and Ratan Jain (Venus Records and Tapes) and directed by Farah khan. It has a small star cast consisting of Naseeruddin Shah (special appearance), Kabir Bedi (special appearance), Suniel Shetty (in a negative role), Satish Shah, Kiron Kher, Boman Irani (forgetful principal), and Sushmita Sen, Amrita Rao, Sharukh Khan and Zayed Khan. Plus there are Rakhi Sawant, Tabu and Sajid Khan (Farah’s brother) in blink and miss roles.

The songs are written by Javed Akhtar and Anu Malik is the music director. It was nominated for a few awards in that year and won the Filmfare Award for best music. Shreya Ghoshal, Sonu Nigam, Abhijeet, KK, Vasundhara Das, Alka Yagnik, Sunidhi Chauhan and the Sabri Brothers – Hashim and Aftab, are the voices that have sung in this film. Even Anu Malik sang a song in the film. Today’s song is in the voices of KK and Vasundhara Das.

We shall have this song today to wish Farah Khan on turning a year older. She had made her debut in films as dance director in 1992 with ‘Jo Jeeta Wahi Sikandar’ with the brilliantly picturised “Pehla Nasha Pehla Khumar” which had Aamir Khan prancing on the slopes of the Nilgiris in Ooty. She has since choreographed dance routines for about a 100 songs in 80 movies. She turned director with ‘Main Hoon Na’ and producer with ‘Joker’ (in 2012) which was directed by her husband Shirish Kunder. She has been in front of the camera in films right from 1995 as a person among the crowd etc. and she had a formal full length role in ‘Shirin Farhad Ki Toh Nikal Padi’ (2012) where she was romantic lead pair with Boman Irani and her aunt Daisy Irani played her to-be mother-in-law. Of course she has made it a practice to get her whole crew in front of the camera, along with the end-titles, in all the films that she has directed.

A very Happy Birthday to this multi-talented personality who comes from a family of artists who have been in Bollywood since the late ’50s – her maternal aunts are Honey and Daisy Irani, her father Kamran Khan was a stuntman-turned-filmmaker, Javed Akhtar is her maternal aunt’s ex-husband, so that makes Farhan Akhtar and Zoya Akhtar (filmmakers) her cousins.


Song- Chale jaise hawaayen sanan sanan(Main Hoon Na)(2004) Singers-Vasundhara Das, KK,Lyrics-Javed Akhtar, MD-Anu Malik
Male chorus
Female chorus
Vasundhara Rao + K K

Lyrics

lalalalalala
lalalalalala
lalalalaa
lalalalalala
lalalalalala
lalalalaa

whats up?

o o o o
o o o o
o o o o
o o o o
o o o o
o o o o

chale jaise hawaayen sanan sanan
ude jaise parinde gagan gagan
jaayen titliyaan jaise chaman chaman
yoonhi ghoomoon main bhi magan magan
he he he he
hehe wo o o o
he he o ho
aa haa aa aa aa
main deewaani dil ki raani gham se anjaani
kab darti hoon wo karti hoon jo hai thhaani
chale jaise hawaayen sanan sanan
ude jaise parinde gagan gagan

chhuk chhuk chhuk chhuk dum
chhuk chhuk chhuk chhuk dum
chhuk dum chhuk dum dum
chhuk dum dum

whats up?

say what?

koi roke koi aaye
jitna bhi mujh ko samjhaaye
main naa sunungi kabhi
apni hi dhun mein rahti hoon
main pagli hoon mai ziddi hoon
kahte hain ye to sabhi
koi nahin jaana
ke armaan kyaa hai mera aa aa

chale jaise hawaayen sanan sanan
ude jaise parinde gagan gagan
jaayen titliyaan jaise chaman chaman
yoonhi ghoomoon main bhi magan magan
he he
he he
he he
o o o
he he
o ho
aa ha
aa aa aa aa

main deewaani dil ki raani gham se anjaani
kab darti hoon vo karti hoon jo hai thhaani
chale jaise hawaayen sanan sanan
uden jaise parinde gagan gagan

[Dialogues]

nananana
nananan
nananana
nananan
nananan

aayen haseenaayen to aayen
mujh ko dikhaane apni adaayen
main bhi kuchh kam nahin
yeah
aankhon mein aankhen jo daaloon
dil main churaa loon hosh chura loon
koi ho kitna haseen
mera
ho gayaa wo
jo ik baar mujh se mila aa aa aa

chale jaise hawaayen sanan sanan
uden jaise parinde gagan gagan
jaayen bhanwre jaise chaman chaman
yoonhi ghoomoon main bhi magan magan

he he
he he
he he
o o o o
he he
o ho
aa haa
aa aa aaa

main deewaana main anjaana gham se begaana
hoon aawaara lekin pyaara
sab ne maana
chale jaise hawaayen sanan sanan

uden jaise paride gagan gagan
jaayen bhanwre jaise chaman chaman/font>
yoonhi ghoomoon main bhi magan magan
chale jaise hawaayen sanan sanan
ude jaise parinde

gagan gagan


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