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Blog Day : 3673 Post No. : 14557

“Maalti Madhav”(1951) was produced by BhaleRao-Shreenivas Joshi and directed by M Neelkanth for Prasann Pictures, Bombay. This mythological movie (based of Sansktit Poet Bhavbhuti’s creation of the same name) had Durga Khote, Anant Marathe, Baby Shakuntala, Balakram, Indu Pal, Pittu, Sushaant, Vasant Shinde, Indu Kulkarni, Ganpat Rao, Gauri, Kelkar, Subodhini, Takalkar, Kumud Lele, Bargeer, Suman, Raj Kishore, Sulochana etc in it.

The movie had nine songs in it. Two songs from the movie have been covered. Both of them were covered way back in 2011 !

Now, after seven years, here is the next song from “Maalti Madhav”(1951) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata. Pt Narendra Sharma is the lyricist. Music is composed by Sudhir Phadke.

Only the audio of the song is available. Most likely the song was picturised on Durga Khote who was the leading lady in the movie.


Song-Man saunp diya anjaane mein (Maalti Madhav)(1951) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Pt Narendra Sharma, MD-Sudhir Phadke

Lyrics

man saunp diya anjaane mein
man saunp diya anjaane mein
man saunp diya anjaane mein
anjaane mein
anjaane mein
anjaane mein
anjaane mein
man saunp diya anjane mein
man saup diya anjane mein

nainon ne darash ras kiya paan
kar diya palak ne hriday daan
nainon ne darash ras kiya paan
kar diya palak ne hriday daan
ik jhalak mein bandhe praanon se pran
ek jhalak me bandhe praanon se pran
kitna sukh hai bandh jaane mein
kitna sukh hai bandh jaane mein
man saunp diya anjaane mein
man saunp diya anjaane mein

aankhon ko kya ho gaya aaj
hain pathh mein atke bina kaaj
aankhon ko kya ho gaya aaj
hain pathh mein atke bina kaaj
pag pag par inko barje laaj
pag pag par inko barje laaj
ye aati nahin bahlaane mein
ye aati nahin bahlaane mein
man saunp diya anjaane mein
man saunp diya anjaane mein

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Blog Day : 3672 Post No. : 14555

Bappi Lahiri is a music director whose name is to this date associated with “Disco” music. He is also regarded as one who hastened the end of the golden era of HFM.

It may sound ironic that when one has to discusses Bappi Lahiri’s better compositions in HFM, one discusses his non disco songs, many of them from his pre disco phase. Even the great compositions of Bappi Lahiri during his “disco” phase were non disco songs. It was not “Disco Dancer” (1982) songs, but non disco songs from “Namak Halal”(1982), “Sharaabi”(1984) and “Aitbaar”(1985) that are fondly remembered to this day.

Why is it so ? It is easy enough to explain. Look at the singers of the non disco movies. Look at the lyrics of the non disco movie songs vis a vis the Disco movie songs. And also look at the actors who featured in the songs. Chalk in disco, cheese in non disco songs.

In this blog we mostly cover music of HFM era. Bappi Lahiri began his career when HFM era was still on and he created some memotable songs in his earlier movies. “Zakhmee”(1975) caught the imagination of the music lovers. I for a considerable period thought that R D Burman was the composer for this movie !

“Chalte Chalte”(1976) title song has become an iconic farewell song and it is sung in all get togethers in India till today that are held to bid farewell to people.

Songs of “Toote Khilaune”(1978) and “Shiksha”(1979) unfortunately did not become popular but what great songs they were. I feel that the failure of his great songs early in his career may have turned Bappi Lahiri into a cynic and he may have told himself-“to hell with classy music that does not sell.” His “disco” music indeed began selling like hot pakodas.

I intend to cover all available songs of music directors who were active during the golden era of HFM. Bappi Lahiri is a music director who only partially belongs to the golden era, so all his songs will not be covered in the blog. While I will cover all his songs created till 1980s, I will cover only those post 1980 songs of Bappi Lahiri that I feel belong here. There are indeed some such post 1980 songs, viz “Namakhalaal”(1982), “Sharaabi”(1984) etc that I have discussed earlier.

Bappi Lahiri is now on 99 songs in the blog. I had originally intended to cover one of his remaining worthy songs from post 1980 era, but now I feel that I should post one “rare” song on this occasion as we often do in the blog. This “rare” song is from a “rare” movie. This movie is “Ahsaas”(1979) which was a quickie movie made by G P Sippy in between his “mega” projects that he was known for. The movie, which was directed by S K Suri for Sippy Films, Bombay had a cast of largely unknown newcomers. Deena and Parwez were the lead pair. Others in the cast were Rakesh Bedi, Kiran Vairaale, Sahil, Reeta Raani Kaul, Chaand Usmani, Leela Mishra, Sundar, Mohan Sherry, Asha Potdar, Arun Desai, Deepak Raj, Sanjay Kaushik, Ashok Junior, K S Deshpande, Deenanath etc. Realising that the movie would fail to attract audiences unless it had a few big names, the movie makers had roped in names like Shammi Kapoor, Shashi Kapoor, Simmy, Bindu, Simple Kapadia and Amjad Khan. Amitabh Bachchan and Bindiya Goswami were also there in special roles. HFGK does not mention mention their names, but their faces were plastered prominently in the publicity posters of this movie.

Amitabh Bachchan and Bindiya Goswami figure in one party song in “Ahsaas”(1979). This song has been forgotten by most music lovers. I have chosen this song to serve as the 100th song of Bappi Lahiri in the blog. This song is sung by Lata and chorus. Bindiya Goswami lip syncs in Lata’s voice,Amitabh Bachchan, who towers over every other participant in the picturisation dances in the song with a girl nearly one and a half foot shorter than him.

This forgotten sung is sung nicely by Lata. Indeewar is the lyricist. His lyrics show how a good lyricist could turn a song meant for a routine situation into a nice hummable song. It is sad that he and Anjaan would later be reduced to pen inane lyrics in future.

Here is this superb “party” song from a forgotten movie, which is the 100th song of Bappi Lahiri in the blog as a music director. With this, Bappi Lahiri becomes the 36th music director and 85th artist overall to notch a century of songs in the blog.


Song-Roothho na Roothho na (Ahsaas)(1979) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Bappi Lahiri
Chorus

Lyrics

Let us give the dancing couple a big hand

Roothho naaa
Roothho naaa
ghadi ghadi yoon tum
chhoti chhoti baaton pe
dil mera todo na
haan
ghadi ghadi yoon tum
chhoti chhoti baaton pe
dil mera todo na
haan
roothho naaa
roothho naaa
ghadi ghadi yoon tum
chhoti chhoti baaton pe
dil mera todo na
haan
ghadi ghadi yoon tum
chhoti chhoti baaton pe
dil mera todo na

kukkuk kukukkuk kuk
kukkuk kukukkuk kuk
kukkuk kukukkuk kuk
kukkuk kukukkuk kuk

laa laa laa
laa laa laa
laa laa laa
laa laa laa

armaan to hain laakhon magar
waqt hai kam
jo pal miley pyaar mein
usey guzaaro sanam
armaan to hain laakhon magar
waqt hai kam
jo pal miley pyaar mein
usey guzaaro sanam
aisa na sitam karo
pyaar ko na kam karo
gussa chhodo na
ho
aisa na sitam karo
pyaar ko na kam karo
gussa chhodo na
hu
roothho naaa
roothho naaa
ghadi ghadi yoon tum
chhoti chhoti baaton pe
dil mera todo na
haan
ghadi ghadi yoon tum
chhoti chhoti baaton pe
dil mera todo na
hu

naacho zara
haathhon mein tum haath liye
masti mein tum jhoomo
mujhe saath liye
naacho zara
haathhon mein tum haath liye
masti mein tum jhoomo
mujhe saath liye
rahna hai sang
main to rangoon ek rang mein
mukhda modo na
hu
rahna hai sang
main to rangoon ek rang mein
mukhda modo na
ho
roothho naaa
roothho naaa
ghadi ghadi yoon tum
chhoti chhoti baaton pe
dil mera todo na
haan
ghadi ghadi yoon tum
chhoti chhoti baaton pe
dil mera todo na
ho

kukkuk kukukkuk kuk
kukkuk kukukkuk kuk
kukkuk kukukkuk kuk
kukkuk kukukkuk kuk

laa laa laa
laa laa laa
laa laa laa
laa laa laa
laa laa laa
laa laa laa
laa laa laa
laa laa laa

lallalalla
lallalallala
lallalalla
lallalallala
lallalallala
ho
lallalalla
lallalallala
laalaalaalaalaa


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Blog Day : 3672 Post No. : 14554

I just realized that, in the last few years, most of my posts here have been linked to a specific occasion. A birth anniversary, a death anniversary, a blog milestone or something similar.

In the past, I would write a post just for the heck of it – but my writing has gone down considerably. Not just in quality, but in quantity too. And I think there’s a correlation here – it’s a vicious circle. As with many skills, practice makes perfect. Forget perfection, but practice at least helps keep a skill alive.

The less I write, the less I find myself able to string words into sentences – and sentences into paragraphs. Words used to flow in the past, now they’re like Indian batsmen, barring Kohli, batting in English conditions. 🙂

So I thought I should write a post “ainven”. No anniversary or occasion – just writing for the heck of it.

The trigger for this post is actually a recent post by Peevisie’s Mom. On the occasion of Kishore Kumar’s birth anniversary, she posted the song “janam janam mere sanam” from Faasle (1985). I hadn’t heard this song in a while – but I remember liking this song a lot at the time the film was released. It was a fairly popular song in its time.

That got me thinking.

I’ve generally been harsh on 1980s music. And I’ve never made a secret of it. 🙂 Taste is personal, and what I like, or don’t like, might be very different from another person’s taste So I hope I don’t offend anyone here with my thoughts.

But my own experience has been that by the early 80s, I began feeling a decline in quality. Not with every song of course, but increasingly I was coming across “new” songs that I didn’t like very much. I often give the examples of “angrezi mein kehte hain” and “shaayad meri shaadi ka khayaal” but there were many more. I use these as examples only because they were massively popular, as evidenced by their topping Binaca Geet Mala in those years.

Then there was the onslaught of the Himmatwala (1983) storm. To be honest, much later in life I listened to the songs again – and didn’t mind them all that much. But at that time (in the 80s), already suffering from the “angrezi mein” attack, I didn’t need this. It was like facing Marshall and Holding from two ends – there was no escape.

So for years, I just shut off from listening to “new” songs. Movies like Ek Jaan Hain Hum, Love 86 and many more came and went – they had popular songs too, but I wasn’t interested.

That was also, again in my opinion, a lean period for Hindi cinema itself. Amitabh Bachchan seemed to be on a decline, and there was a sort of vacuum of credibility around. Yes, there were films being made – with Mithun Chakraborty, Sanjay Dutt, Sunny Deol, Anil Kapoor, Jackie Shroff, newcomer Govinda and others – but I stayed away from them all.

And I totally stayed away from the Jeeetendra-Sridevi-Jayaprada storm that followed the Himmatwala storm. I call this the “ice cream khaogi” period – some will recognise this as a line from a popular song of the time. 🙂

So all in all, I generally stayed away from films. During that period (1985-1990), I must have watched less than 10 films. I can remember Saagar, Meri Jung, Mera Jawaab – all in 1985. After that, I remember just Pushpak (1987) for the next few years.

That was also the time that Hindi cinema was going through a video piracy crisis. Not that it made a difference to me, because I didn’t watch “new” films even on video then. I just didn’t want to watch them. Some friends tried to persuade me – there were “big” movies being released like Jaanbaaz and Karma. I wasn’t interested.

I think Mera Jawaab (1985) sealed it for me. I’d gone to Hyderabad to visit my sister. We decided to go for a film in a nearby theater. We had no clue about the film except that it was a Jackie Shroff-Meenakshi Seshadri film – which was fine for us.

Now, in those days, violence was very much the norm in a film. Shakti Kapoor, Gulshan Grover were the ruling villains. In this film, the heroine, Meenakshi Seshadri, gets brutally raped by three men and killed halfway through the film. The rest of the film is a revenge story of how Jackie avenges her rape/murder.

My sister got a headache watching the film, I too didn’t enjoy it at all, and was glad when it was over.

That film only further reinforced my feeling that the movies and music of that period weren’t my cup of tea. Maybe it was my fault – maybe I was just out of tune with the times. Maybe audience tastes had changed, and I was stuck in an earlier era.

It wasn’t just the movies, it was the music too.

The golden period of music is generally considered to be upto the end of the 60s. Though I’m a 70s person, I will be the first to admit that the 70s were already a few notches lower than the 60s. And the 80s probably just continued the decline further.

Again, we should not get carried away by extremes. Some will point to a dozen superb songs of the 70s (probably Gulzar-RD Burman) to make a point that 70s too had great music. That’s not my point. One has to look at TOTAL output to see what proportion of songs you would consider as “great”. Again, I agree this is subjective – so I will go with popular opinion.

Popular opinion would suggest that the 1950s had a high proportion of songs that could be considered “great” or classic. There were films like Baiju Bawra, Awara, CID, Chori Chori, Madhumati, Naya Daur, Anari and many more that had multiple songs that fit this bill.
The 1960s too continued this trend. Films changed with the advent of colour, they became more “entertainment” and music began reflecting this too. But even so, its quality remained very high. Many of the composers were still the same, even if they adapted their style to new demands.

By the 1970s, many of the old composers had disappeared from the scene. And audience tastes changed yet again – it became even more loud, in my opinion. One could see this in the dress sense too – bright, loud colours, floral prints. I remember having pink, striped, bellbottoms at the time. 🙂

It is my personal opinion (I must emphasise this!) that music too became more loud than melodious. The reason we keep referring to the Gulzar-RD Burman songs is that they were largely the EXCEPTION for that period. They gave us relief from the loud music. The same reason why the Yesudas-Hemlata songs became so popular in that time. They were melodious, compared to a lot that was on offer.

Just to clarify, I am not saying 70s songs were not catchy. They were extremely catchy. But there’s a difference between being catchy, and being soft and melodious.

By the late 70s, the disco fever had fully caught on in India. It had started earlier in the decade already in the West – it was only a matter of time for it to catch on in India too.

For a good part of the 80s, disco music was popular. Bappi Lahiri, known as King of Disco Music, thrived.

I was fond of disco songs too – I fondly remember listening to “Disco Station Disco” from Hathkadi (1982) many times. 🙂

As the decade progressed, and I progressively lost interest in “new” movies and songs, I lost track of what was going on.

I’d get to listen to the odd song – maybe playing on radio, or during a festival. In those days, during festivals, the latest, most popular songs, would play loudly in the entire neighbourhood.

And this is how I listened to “janam janam mere sanam” from Faasle (1985). In those days I was in Mumbai (then Bombay) and this song used to play on radio quite often.

When I heard it now, after SO many years, it brought back memories of those years – the 80s.

Since then, though I avoided “new” movies then, I’ve seen many 80s films. In my “blanket ban”, I had missed out on films like Arth, Ardh Satya, Masoom, Ijaazat, Mr India, Agar Tum Na Hote – all of which I saw later. And Karma too. I’ve even seen Himmatwala, Tohfa, Mawaali and some others of the “ice cream khaogi” genre. And a few Amitabh Bachchan films too of that period – Aakhree Raasta and Ganga Jamuna Saraswati, and some more.

I liked some, I didn’t like some – but then, three decades later, it is easier to look back and have a different perspective on the time. And yes, one does mellow a bit too with age. 🙂

I realize that even if the overall standard had declined, there were a fair number of pleasant songs in the 80s too. I’ve written here earlier about “O yaara tu pyaaron se” from Kaash (1987). This was a film I saw much later – and I really liked this song.

In recent years, I’ve been coming across 1980s songs that I’d never heard before – beautiful songs like the Gulzar-RD song “roz roz aankhon tale” from Jeeva (1986) which someone introduced to me a few years ago. I am sure there are many more too.

Which brings me to my song for today.

When Peevisie’s Mom posted a song from Faasle (1985), I first confused it with Jawaani (1984).

Faasle has two young newcomers, Rohan Kapoor and Farha. Jawaani also had two young newcomers on the scene – Karan Shah and Neelam. That was the period of love stories with young pairs – probably following the huge success of Betaab (1983) and Hero (1983).

Jawaani is a film I happened to watch a few years ago. I don’t know how I ended up watching this film – I’d never even heard of it before. Nor had I heard of Karan Shah, the hero. But as I watched it, I found that I quite liked it. I don’t remember the story now – I think it was typical (rich girl, poor boy, girl’s father doesn’t approve of girl’s choice). But inspite of this, it held my attention. Or rather, I should say, since I watch such movies with zero expectations, it far exceeded my expectations. 🙂

But the highlight for me was the songs.

Usually in a film, I get pleasantly surprised if I come across a song that I immediately recognise as “arrey, ye gaana IS film mein hai?”. Now imagine that happening to 6 songs in a film! I realized, as I watched Jawaani, that I knew the following songs in the film but had no clue they were from this, or from the same, film.

Bheega bheega pyaara pyaara
Halla gulla mazaa hai jawaani
Gali gali dhoondha tujhe
Maana abhi ho kamsin
Saajna main sada tere saath hoon
Tu rootha to main ro doongi sanam

Much later, I got to know that this track was composed by RD Burman. At that time, he was not having too much success – but this film was among his successes.

When I got reminded of this film, I checked to see which songs had got posted here. To my surprise, not a single song has been posted yet. So, with this song, this film makes its debut on this blog.

I quite like Lata’s rendition here. Her voice is not just excellent, she also gives the necessary emphasis at different points to make the song more interesting and musical. You’d expect nothing less from her after all her years of experience. 🙂

This also happens to be the only film I have seen of Neelam. She was popular in her own way – but this was exactly the period that I stayed away from films. 🙂 I quite liked her in this film.

Hope you like the song. You’ve probably heard it before if you listened to radio in the mid-80s. It was quite popular.

P.S: While writing this post, I didn’t realize that the 7th of August is the death anniversary of Gulshan Bawra. A lyricist I will always associate with the songs of Upkaar and Zanjeer because that was when I first heard of him in my childhood. He has also acted in a few films. I remember the song “deewaane hain deewaanon ko” of Zanjeer picturised on him.

Today’s song, coincidentally, happens to be written by him and I would like it to be considered a tribute to him.

So this post which started as being an “ainven” post ends up being another anniversary post.


Song-Saajna main sada tere saath hoon (Jawaani)(1984) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Gulshan Bawra, MD-R D Burman
Chorus

Lyrics

aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa

saajna
main sadaa tere saath hoon
ye jahaan ho ya wo jahaan
saajna
main sadaa tere saath hoon
ye jahaan ho ya wo jahaan
saajna

ru ru ru
ru ru ru ru
aa aa aa
aa aa aa

aaja chalein wahaan
pehre na ho jahaan
na ho dushman koi
aaja chalein wahaan
pehre na hon jahaan
na ho dushman koi
aise jahaan mein hi
jaa ke basaayenge
chhota sa ik aashiyaaan
saajna
main sadaa tere saath hoon
ye jahaan ho ya wo jahaan
saajna

meri nigaahon mein
tu hi rahe sadaa
maine bas ye chaaha
meri nigaahon mein
tu hi rahe sadaa
maine bas ye chaaha
teri lagan mujhe
meri lagan tujhe
ye lagan yoon rahe jawaan
saajna
main sadaa tere saath hoon
ye jahaan ho ya wo jahaan
saajna

ru ru ru
ru ru ru
ru ru ru

tere bina meri
mere bina teri
zindagi hai adhoori
tere bina meri
mere bina teri
zindagi hai adhoori
baahen hon baahon mein
pyaar ki raahon mein
chalta chale ye kaarwaan
saajna
main sadaa tere saath hoon
ye jahaan ho ya wo jahaan
saajna
main sadaa tere saath hoon
ye jahaan ho ya wo jahaan
saajna


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 sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day : 3669 Post No. : 14545

Hullo Atuldom

4th august 2018 marks the 89th birth anniversary of our beloved Kishore Kumar. 89- oh my god! How I wish Kishoreda had been around. The programme content of all TV or Radio channels would have gone overboard playing wonderful Kishore Kumar songs. And not only ones till 1988/89 (when the songs of “Mamta Ki Chaon Mein” were released) but we -his fans- would have had a lot more songs in Kishoreda’s voice.

But of course, with the available songs itself I am in a dilemma. We have around 2709 Hindi songs – both released and unreleased and short songs to choose from of which the blog has 1101 songs leaving us with very many songs.

The redoubtable Wikipedia has a few tables and going through them I am astonished. One table gives the number of songs that Kishoreda has sung with other singers and it is no surprise (to me) that Asha Bhonsle tops the list with 673 songs (I don’t think the number is of duets only, it could include multi-singer songs also) and among male co-singers Mohammad Rafi has sung 72 songs with Kishore da. I would love to know how many Kishore Kumar – Mohammad Rafi songs we have on the blog and how many of these are duets. Also, on going through the tables that I mentioned, I found that he has sung 73 songs composed by himself and worked with 110 music directors including himself. All these figures need not be accurate but give us a fair idea of what is left for us to look through to celebrate the birth anniversary.

But coming back to my dilemma- I have put a few pre-conditions regarding the song I choose to go with this post. First condition was it should not feature Dev Anand, Rajesh Khanna or Amitabh Bachchan, I don’t know how many potential songs got left out due to this condition. Next, I felt it should be song that takes the movie one more step towards yyiippeeeeing- a not-so-difficult condition to meet. Then my final condition was to try and find a song which was on a character artist or supporting actor or some actor who is least expected to Lip Sync to Kishore Kumar.

And I found just the song I was looking for !

We all know that Kishore Kumar has sung songs for all moods and emotions. His voice when he sings romantic or sentimental songs is outstanding. I am not going to give a sample-list of his romantic/ sentimental songs, I am just going to the song which I have in my mind.

This is from the 1985 Yash Chopra produced and directed “Faasle”. It had about 10 songs 2 of which have been posted. It had Rohan Kapoor- Mahendra Kapoor’s son- making his debut along with Farha- Shabana Azmi’s niece. It also starred Sunil Dutt, Rekha, Farooq Shaikh, Deepti Naval and Raj Kiran. I have seen the movie at the time of its theatrical run and remember that most of the songs were romantic and shot among mountains, lakes or gardens with smoky or cloudy background the kind of weather that hill-stations are famous for. Sunil Dutt played father to his motherless daughter Farha; having lost his wife when the daughter was born. He doesn’t remarry but is in love with Rekha. Problems erupt when the daughter grows up and Rohan Kapoor walks into her life. Shahryar was the lyricist for the movie and Shiv-Hari the music directors. The movie and its songs were the perfect launch for any youngster of that period. It showed that the lead pair could ride horses, show full range of emotions etc.

Thus, I have a song which has fulfilled the three conditions I laid out and the best part is Mahendra Kapoor’s son lip-syncing to Kishore Kumar.

Wish Kishoreda was there to see how this set of Hindi film music crazy set is celebrating his birth anniversary.


Song-Janam Janam mere sanam (Faasle)(1985) Singers-Lata, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Shahariar,MD-Shiv Hari
Both

Lyrics

janam janam mere sanam
badan mera bandha rahe
teri saanson ki dor se
janam janam mere sanam
badan mera bandha rahe
teri saanson ki dor se
janam janam mere sanam

thehere kabhi hum na thehere
manzil se pehle kahin ho o o
aao ki hum khul ke barsen
pyaasi hai dil ki zameen ee ee

in labon se aur aage hamko jaana nahin
janam janam mere sanam
badan mera bandha rahe
teri saanson ki dor se
janam janam mere sanam

bichhden kabhi hum na bichhden
saath rahe har kadam
ho o o
badle jahaan hum na badlen
pyaar kabhi ho na kam m m

iss janam mein iss kasam ko
bhool paayen na hum
janam janam mere sanam
badan mera bandha rahe
teri saanson ki dor se

janam janam
janam janam
mere sanam
mere sanam

aaa ohoho
la la la la
laalaalaa aaa aaa
aaa ohoho
la la la la
laalaalaa aaa aaa


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

Blog Day : 3668 Post No. : 14542

To remember, never forgotten, Jaidev ji (3 august 1919- 6 january 1987) on his 99th janmdin, I have selected an NFS for my presentation today (3 august 2018).

It was Jaidev’s habit to complete the work in hand, as fast as possible. Any delay will be mostly due to the Lyrics not available in time. Thanks to the poor taste in music of the masses and mass-worshipping producers, Jaidevji found enough time in-between the two assignments. He utilized that spare time to compose songs (NFS) with lesser known artists. The list of these artists is a long-one and I have listed them in my earlier presentations. He has number of NFS with well-known artists too. Lataji and Ashaji have sung many of such gems.

This being the month of August, which has many memorial days like 9th August, 15th August etc to feel our hearts with patriotic feelings. One more reason that I have selected a patriotic song, in the voice of none other than the Swar-Saamraagni Lataji.

I used to visit Jaidev ji at his flat behind Eros Cenema opp Churchgate station, often and have many pleasant memory of those visits. I was lucky to have been invited by himself to the recording of this song at Famous Cine Lab at Tardeo, Mumbai. As I am not sure about the Lyrics writer, I leave it for some rasik from our group to furnish the details.

You will mark that Jaidevji has used chorus voice very profusely, almost for alternate lines.

Enjoy the Song and Jai Hind.


Song-Jayate Jayate Jayate Satyameva Jayate(Lata NFS)(1971) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Uddhav Kumar, MD-Jaidev
Chorus
Lata +chorus

Lyrics

aaa aaa aaa
aa aa aa aa
aaa …

jayate
jayate
jayate
jayate
jayate
jayate

satyamev jayate, satyamev jayate, satyamev jayate
jayate, jayate, jayate
satyamev jayate, satyamev jayate, satyamev jayate
jayate, jayate, jayate
satyamev jayate, satyamev jayate,
satyamev jayate

jayate, jayate, jayate
aaa aaa aaa.. aaa …
aaa aaa aaa.. aaa …
aaa aaa aaa
aa aa aa aa

satya ki mashaal aaj raah jagmaga rahi
satya ki mashaal aaj raah jagmaga rahi
satya ki pukaar dushmanon ke dil hila rahi
satya ki pukaar dushmanon ke dil hila rahi
bahaaduron badhe chalo o o
bahaaduron badhe chalo
vijay tumhen bulaa rahi
vijay tumhen bulaa rahi
vijay tumhe bulaa rahi

aage badho kehate, satyamev jayate
jayate, jayate, jayate
satyamev jayate
satyamev jayate
satyamev jayate

jayate, jayate, jayate
aaa aaa aaa.. aaa …
aaa aaa aaa.. aaa …
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa

zulm ko mitaate chalo
satya ki pukaar hai
zulm ko mitaate chalo
satya ki pukaar hai

desh ki salaamati ka aaj tum pe bhaar hai
desh ki salaamati ka aaj tum pe bhaar hai
desh ke liye sabhi eee ee
desh ke liye sabhi ki zindagi nisaar hai
zindagi nisaar sabhi ki
zindagi nisaar hai

aage badho kehate, satyamev jayate
jayate, jayate, jayate
satyamev jayate, satyamev jayate, satyamev jayate
jayate, jayate, jayate
aaa aaa aaa.. aaa …
aaa aaa aaa.. aaa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aaa aaa aaa..

tum vatan ki shaan ho
tum vatan ki aan ho
tum vatan ki shaan ho
tum vatan ki aan ho

desh ke bahaaduron tum vatan ki jaan ho
desh ke bahaaduron tum vatan ki jaan ho
tum hamaare desh ki eee eee
tum hamaare desh ki jeet ke nishaan ho
jeet ke nishaan ho tum
jeet ke nishaan ho

aage badho kehate
satyamev jayate
jayate
jayate
jayate

satyamev jayate
satyamev jayate
satyamev jayate
jayate, jayate, jayate
satyamev jayate
satyamev jayate
satyamev jayate

jayate
jayate
jayate
satyamev jayate,
satyamev jayate
satyamev jayate
jayate
jayate
jayate

jayate
jayate
jayate
jayate
jayate
jayate

jayate
jayate
jayate


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Blog Day : 3658 Post No. : 14522

“Sanskaar”(1952) was produced and directed by V M Vyas. The movie had Mumtaz Shanti, Purnima, Veera, Pran, Razi, Shashi Kapoor (Sr), Ihswar Lal, Mirza Musharraf, Murad, Kalyani, Pappu, Baby Naaz, Indira Mumtaz etc in it.

The movie had seven songs in it. Four songs from this movie have been discussed in the past.

When I looked at the three balance songs of the movie, I discovered that these songs were great and special songs in their respective genre. Nevertheless, if I keep holding songs back for special occasions then I may not find myself with too many songs to discuss on a “normal” day. 🙂 So I decided that one out of these three songs should be discussed today.

Here is the fifth song from “Sanskaar”(1952) to appear in the blog. This song is an inspiration song which is sung by Lata. Shailendra is the lyricist. Music is composed by Roshan.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Jeenewaale o matwaale zindagi se pyaar kar (Sanskaar)(1952) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Shailendra, MD-Roshan

Lyrics

jeenewale o matwaale
zindagi se pyaar kar
pyaar kar
yoon na baith zindagi mein zindagi se haar kar,
pyaar kar
jeenewaale

moorakh na dar dekh andhera
moorakh na dar dekh andhera
hoga kabhi to savera
hoga kabhi to savera aa
ranj-o-gham se zindagi ke roop ka singaar kar
pyaar kar
jeenewale o matwaale
zindagi se pyaar kar
pyaar kar
jeenewaale

jo dukh bhi aaye tu jhelta chal
jo dukh bhi aaye tu jhelta chal
har gham se khelta chal
har gham se khelta chal
zinda hai to zindagi pe jaan bhi nisaar kar
pyaar kar
jeenewale o matwaale
zindagi se pyaar kar
pyaar kar
jeenewaale


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 sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day : 3656 Post No. : 14516

Hullo Atulites

The excitement surrounding the 10th anniversary has not yet subsided. We are awaiting posts from a few regulars, hope they don’t hide behind the excuse of laziness and other similar reasons 🙂

22nd July is the 95th birth anniversary of Mukesh Chand Mathur better known the world over as Mukesh; the man who was the voice of Raj Kapoor (mostly), Dilip Kumar, Feroz Khan, Manoj Kumar, Sunil Dutt etc.

He was born in Delhi to Zorawar Chand Mathur and Chand Rani. The music teacher who came home to teach his sister found a pupil in Mukesh who would listen from the adjoining room. His voice was first noticed by Motilal, a distant relative, when he sang at his sister’s wedding. Motilal took him to Mumbai and arranged for music lessons with Pandit Jagannath Prasad. During this period Mukesh was offered a role as an actor-singer in a Hindi film, “Nirdosh” (1941). His first song was “Dil Hi Bujha Hua Ho Toh” as an actor-singer for “Nirdosh”. He got his break as a playback singer for actor Motilal in 1945 with the film Pehli Nazar with music composed by Anil Biswas and lyrics written by Aah Sitapuri (would like to know more about him).
The first song that Mukesh sang for a Hindi film was “Dil Jalta Hai To Jalne De”. He was a Saigal fan (I don’t know of many who were not a fan of Saigal) and used to imitate his idol. It is said that when Saigal first heard the song “Dil Jalta Hai To Jalne De” he is said to have remarked, “I don’t recall singing this song.”

Naushad Ali helped him form his own style and before he became voice of Raj Kapoor he had a string of hits with Dilip Kumar in “Mela”, “Andaz”, “Anokhi Ada” etc. His other hits with Dilip Kumar were “Anokha Pyar” with Anil Biswas, “Madhumati” with Salil Choudhary, “Yahudi” with Shankar Jaikishan etc.

Mukesh recorded about 130 songs for Shankar- Jaikishan followed by Kalyanji Anandji. A few years back I had gone to an “Anandji Nite” and was drowned in songs by Mukesh; though there were a few Manna Dey and Kishore Kumar songs too in that program but the number of songs of Mukesh were more. (but I have no complaints, I enjoyed myself)

Many of his songs are still popular and “kai baar yu bhi dekha hain, yeh jo man ki seema rekha hain” from Rajnigandha got him a National Award for Best Playback Singer for the year 1973. His Filmfare Awards were for “Sab kuch seekha humne” Anari, 1959; “Sabse bada nadaan wahi hai” Pehchan, 1970; “Jai bolo beimaan ki” Be-imaan, 1972; and “Kabhi kabhie mere dil mein” Kabhi Kabhie, 1976.

He complained of chest pain when on a tour to the USA, was rushed to a hospital but was pronounced dead. Lata Mangeshkar completed the concert with his son Nitin Mukesh and bought the body home where a grand funeral was held. On getting the news of his death Raj Kapoor is said to have burst into tears and remarked “I Have lost my Voice.”

Many of his songs were released after his death. “Dharam Veer”; “Amar Akbar Anthony”; “Khel Khiladi Ka”; “Darinda” and “Chandi Sona” in 1977 & in 1978 “Aahuti”, “Paramatma”, “Tumhari Kasam” and “Satyam Shivam Sundaram”. His last known release was for the movie Chand Grahan in 1997 a good twenty years after he went away.

The song with this post is one which was very popular in its times and is still heard on AIR’s Vividh Bharati. It was written by Anand Bakshi who would have turned 88 on 21st July. (Today I am not writing anything about how much I love his work) He wrote it for “Aahuti” which was a movie with a standard storyline, made extremely popular by Manmohan Desai’s movies and B. R. Chopra’s “Waqt” – meaning the movie was a story of a family which gets separated at the start of the movie and reunites before the climax :). The movie had a star cast headed by Rajendra Kumar, Shashi Kapoor, Rakesh Roshan, Parveen Babi, Zaheera, Asha Sachdev and Ajit heading the supporting cast. The movie had five songs one of which “kash aisa hota” has been posted. Today’s song is courtesy Avinashji who was generous enough to send me the lyrics which he had written out back in 2013. Thank you Avinashji specially for adding the Devanagari version too.

Video

Song-Saathi mere saathi rut aati jaati(Aahuti)(1978) Singers-Rafi, Lata, Mukesh, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
Rafi + Lata
Rafi+Mukesh
Female chorus,
Male chorus,
chorus

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

O ho
ho ho
O ho
ho ho
ho o o o
(O ho
ho ho )

Saathi meri saathi
Saathi meri saathi
Rut aati jaati
Rut aati jaati
Kahe teri meri kahaani ee ee
Kahe teri meri kahaani

Saathi meri saathi
Rut aati jaati
Kahe teri meri kahaani ee ee
Kahe teri meri kahaani

Aise ham saathi jaise diyaa baati
Aise ham saathi jaise diyaa baati
Rab di badi hai meharbaani ee ee
Rab di badi hai meharbaani
Saathi meri saathi
Rut aati jaati
Kahe teri meri kahaani ee ee
Kahe teri meri kahaani

Raamji ne saari ye duniyaa banaayee
O raamji ne saari ye duniyaa banaayee
Hamne ye duniyaa sajaayee
Mazdoor ham hain ham
Kis ise kam hain ham
Mazdoor ham hain ham
Kis se kam hain ham

Mehnat ki apni kamaayee ee ee
Ham hi akele dono se khele
Kya aag hai kya paani ee

(aa aa aa aa)
Saathi meri saathi
Rut aati jaati
(aa aaaa)
Kahe teri meri kahaani ee
Kahe teri meri kahaani

Sun mere raja aa aa
Sun mere raja
Aa aa paas aaja
ho Sun mere raja
Aa aa paas aaja
Achchi nahin ee itni doori
Hai kaam jitney saare jahaan ke
Hai kaam jitney saare jahaan ke
Hai pyaar sabse zaroori ee ee
Dil na lage to
sau saal jee lo
Kis kaam ki ye zindagaani ee ee

Saathi meri saathi
Rut aati jaati
Kahe teri meri kahaani ee ee
Kahe teri meri kahaani

Aa aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa aa

Masti mein saari basti hamaari
Masti mein saari basti hamaari
Ham door hain uljhanon se ae ae
Ham door hain uljhanon se
Ham door hain uljhanon se
Dil ke haseen ho
Haseen ho
Waaqif nahin ho
Dil ke haseen ho raja
Waaqif nahin ho
Tum doston dushmanon se ae
Tum doston dushmanon se

Kya baat ki hai
Ye dosti hai
Ya dushmani hai puraani
Saathi meri saathi
O o o
Rut aati jaati
O o
Kahe teri meri kahaani ee ee
Kahe teri meri kahaani

aa aa aa aa aa
Saathi meri saathi
aa aa aa aa aa
Rut aati jaati
aa aa aa aa aa
Kahe teri meri kahaani ee ee
Kahe teri meri kahaani

———————————————————
( Devnagri Script lyrics provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
———————————————————
ओ हो
ओ हो
ओ हो
ओ हो हो हो
ओ हो
ओ हो
ओ हो
ओ हो हो हो
ओ ओ ओ ओ
ओ ओ
साथी मेरे साथी
साथी मेरे साथी
रुत आती जाती
रुत आती जाती
कहे तेरी मेरी कहानी
कहे तेरी मेरी कहानी

साथी मेरे साथी
रुत आती जाती
कहे तेरी मेरी कहानी
कहे तेरी मेरी कहानी

ऐसे हम साथी जैसे दिया बाती
ऐसे हम साथी जैसे दिया बाती
रब कि बड़ी है मेहरबानी
रब कि बड़ी है मेहरबानी
साथी मेरे साथी
रुत आती जाती
कहे तेरी मेरी कहानी
कहे तेरी मेरी कहानी

रामजी ने सारी ये दुनिया बनायी
ओ रामजी ने सारी ये दुनिया बनायी
हमने ये दुनिया सजाई
मजदूर हम हैं हम
किसीसे कम हैं हम
मजदूर हम हैं हम
किसीसे कम हैं हम
मेहनत कि अपनी कमाई
हम ही अकेले दोनों से खेले
क्या आग है क्या पानी
साथी मेरे साथी
रुत आती जाती
कहे तेरी मेरी कहानी
कहे तेरी मेरी कहानी

सुन मेरे राजा आ आ
सुन मेरे राजा
आ आ पास आजा

सुन मेरे राजा
आ आ पास आजा
अच्छी नहीं इतनी दूरी
है काम जितने सारे जहां के
है काम जितने सारे जहां के
है प्यार सबसे ज़रूरी ई ई
दिल न लगे तो सौ साल जी लो
किस काम कि ये जिंदगानी
साथी मेरे साथी
रुत आती जाती
कहे तेरी मेरी कहानी
कहे तेरी मेरी कहानी

आ आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ
मस्ती में सारी बस्ती हमारी
मस्ती में सारी बस्ती हमारी
हम दूर है उलझनों से ए ए
हम दूर है उलझनों से
हम दूर है उलझनों से
दिल के हसीन हो
हसीन हो
वाकीफ नहीं हो
तुम दोस्तों दुश्मनों से
तुम दोस्तों दुश्मनों से
क्या बात कि है
ये दोस्ती है
या दुश्मनी है पुरानी
साथी मेरे साथी
ओ ओ
रुत आती जाती
ओ ओ
कहे तेरी मेरी कहानी
कहे तेरी मेरी कहानी

साथी मेरे साथी
आ आ
रुत आती जाती
आ आ
कहे तेरी मेरी कहानी
कहे तेरी मेरी कहानी


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Blog Day : 3655 Post No. : 14515

Regulars of this blog know that we in this blog have had a few events that were eagerly anticipated and looked forward to. The event of the blog clocking 10000th is still fresh in everyone’s mind.

10000 is a round figure but we subsequently managed to create anticipation for some unusual numbered posts as well- what we called honky tonk numbers. Post number 11111 in the blog was a very special number. People began to make guesses about the song that was likely to become song post number 11111 in the blog. There were tell tale signals and clues that regulars could work on. By the time the target approached closer, regulars, after some false leads began to close in on the correct song. By the time the event arrived, people had already guessed (correctly) about the song that was going to be song post number 11111 in the blog.

That song was a very special song. It had the voices of four major singers of HFM, namely Rafi, Kishore Kumar, Mukesh and Lata. And that song was the only occasion when these four singers had come together to sing a movie song.

How did our regulars guess that this song was going to be song number 11111 ? They noticed that the number of songs by these singers in the blog were approaching their 90s. By the time the blog reached song number 11104, all the four singers were on their respective nervous 99s. So once people realised this fact so they began to look for songs that contained all the four voices . And soon enough they zeroed in on the song of “Amar Akbar Anthony”(1977) namely Hamko tumse ho gaya hai pyaar kya karen (Amar Akbar Anthony) .

That was in 2015. A similar exercise has been undertaken in 2018 as well, but this time secrecy has been maintained so well that no regulars have apparently got any wind of it. Four major singers are once again approaching their respective 99s but no regulars seem to have noticed it. 🙂

Even if they somehow noticed it, and guess that a song containing all these four voices was to be covered, would they have guessed the song this time ? Difficult to say.

While on my mission of YIPPying movies on the blog, I had posted the seventh song (out of eight) of “Pyaar Kiye Ja”(1966) in december 2017. Then I decided against posting the final song and YIPPYing the movie, even though the song was readily available. Reason ? I discovered that this song was a SPECIAL song. It was sung by four major HFM singers, viz. Lata, Kishore Kumar, Manna Dey and Asha Bhonsle. So, it occured to me that I should try something along the lines of the “Amar Akbar Anthony”(1977) song. But it was easier said than done. All these four artists were far far away from their respective centuries. Moreover, posting of songs in the blog nowadays is not as prolific as it used to be during 2011 to 2014. So I decided to be patient. So it is after patiently posting relevant songs that all the four singers finally reached their 99s.

My plan was to coincide the posting of this song with the date of 19 july 2018 when the blog would have turned TEN years old. But I was unable to stick to this target for various reasons.

Now, two days later, things have fallen in place. All the four singers are in their respective 99s.

So here is this special song from “Pyaar Kiye Jaa”(1966). The movie had eight songs in it. Details of the seven songs that were covered in the past is as follows:-

Song Title Post Date
 Dil hamne de diyaa  30 July 2009
 O meri mainaa tu maan le meraa kahnaa  5 Sept 2009
 Phool ban jaaungaa shart ye hai magar  9 Jan 2012
 Kisne pukaara mujhe main aa gayee  5 may 2012
 Din jawaani ke chaar yaar  1 apr 2015
Kehne ki nahin baat magar ab zor se kehna hai 24 Dec 2016
Gore haathhon par na zulm karo 6 Dec 2017

With this song, the song tally of the singers of this song stands as following:-

Singer Number of songs in the blog
 Lata  3400
 Asha Bhonsle  2500
 Kishore Kumar  1100
 Manna Dey  500

The movie “Pyaar Kiye Jaa”(1966) was produced and directed by C V Sridhar. The movie, a romantic comedy was a remake of his own Tamil comedy movie “Kadhalikka Neramillai”(1964). “Pyaar Kiye Jaa”(1966) had Shashi Kapoor, Rajshree (south), Kishore Kumar, Kalpana, Mehmood, Om Prakash, Mumtaz, Chaman Puri etc in it. Mehmood and Om Prakash, playing son and father, were both nominated for the Filmfare award for the best comedian of the year and it was Mehmood who finally got the award.

“Pyaar Kiye Jaa”(1966) was a moderate hit in its time, unlike the original Tamil version. Nevertheless the maker went on to remake this movie in Telugu and Kannada as well. With time, “Pyaar Kiye Jaa”(1966) has made its mark as among the better comedy movies made in Hindi.

The song, which has four by now legendary singers lending their voices iin it is picturised on Shashi Kapoor (lip syncing in Manna Dey’s voice), Rajshree (south)-singing in Lata’s voice, Kishore Kumar (singing for himself) and Kalpana (singing in Asha Bhonsle’s voice). I find it difficult to differentiate between the two ladies, that is how similar they look to my eyes which are untrained to identify HF actresses of yore. 🙂

The song is penned by Rajinder Krishan, the favourite lyricist of South Indian film makers remaking their movie into Hindi. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

Is this song the only occasion when these four singers came together in a HF song ? I have no idea. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on this matter. In any case, this song sees all these four legendary singers complete their individual centuries in the blog in one fell swoop, as they used to say in old American novels. 🙂

It may look that easy, but of course it was not so. Careful and patient planning for nearly seven months was involved. As the singers count inched towards their centuries, I realised that Asha Bhonsle could reach her century upsetting the plas if we were not careful. So I reminded Sudhir Ji not to post any more Asha Bhonsle songs till I was done with this song. 🙂

Finally this song gets covered in the blog. With this the movie gets YIPPEED. I do not think we have seen so much elaborate planning to cover just one song. The last such occasion was ofcourse the song post number 11111 in the blog viz the song Hamko tumse ho gaya hai pyaar kya karen (Amar Akbar Anthony) .


Song-Sun le pyaar ki dushman duniya (Pyaar Kiye Jaa)(1966) Singers-Manna Dey, Lata, Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

sun le
sun le
sun le
sun le

sun le
pyaar ki dushman duniya
dilvalo kay afsaane
chal pade jo dhun mein
to phir kab rukte hain deewaane
sun le ae ae
sun le pyaar ki dushman duniya
dilwaalon ke afsaane
chal pade to dhun mein
to phir kab rukte hain dewaane
sun le ae ae

aa ha ha
aa aa aa
lalalalalalala
lalalaalala

keh rahee hai jhoom ke ye bahaar
kar bhee le pyaar deewaana waar
dil mein kisi ko basaa le
duniya se kya darna
keh rahi hai jhoom ke ye bahaar
kar bhi le pyaar dewaanawaar
dil mein kisi ko basaa le
duniya se kya darna
sun le ae ae
sun le pyaar ki dushman duniya
dilwaalon ke afsaane
chal pade jo dhun mein
to phir kab rukte hain dewaane
sun le ae ae

aa aa haa haa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa haa
aa aa aa
hmm hmm
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
tara rum pum
lalalala
tararum pum
lalalalala
tarararumpum
aa aa aa

main to hoon raahi teri manzil ka
ah ha
aaya hoon pyaar ke sahaare
mud ke na peechhe kabhi dekhoonga aan
kitna bhee duniya pukaare
oh devaane
oh tu kya jaane
dil to tujhe de diya hai
duniya ko thukra ke
sun le ae ae
sun le pyaar ki dushman duniya
dilwaalon kay afsane
chal pade jo dhun mein
to phir kab rukte hain dewaane
sun le ae ae

bheega hua sa ye samaa
har shay haseen
har shay jawaan
duniya pe chha jaayen hum tum
duniya hamaari hai
bheega hua sa ye samaa
har shay haseen
har shay jawaan
duniya pe chha jaayen hum tum
duniya hamaari hai
sun le
sun le
sun le
sun le
sun le
pyaar ki dushman duniya
dilwaalon ke afsaane
chal pade jo dhun mein
to phir kab rukte hain deewaane
sunle
sunle pyaar ki dushman duniya
dilwaalon ke afsaane
chal pade jo dhun mein
to phir kab rukte hain dewaane
sun le


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Blog Day : 3655 Post No. : 14514

“Raahi Badal Gaye”(1985) was produced by Ravi Malhotra and directed by Ravi Tandon. The movie had Rishi Kapoor, Shabana Azmi, Suresh Oberoi, Padmini Kolhapure, Prem Kalra, Rajendra Nath, Shakti Kapoor, Asha Lata etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it.

Here is the first song from the movie to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Kishore Kumar and Lata. Gulshan Bawra is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.

This “expression of love” song is picturised on Rishi Kapoor and Shabana Azmi, with the latter looking out of her comfort zone as she often did in romantic songs.

With this song, “Raahi Badal Gaye”(1985) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Ek baat dil mein aayi hai kahoon ya na kahoon (Raahi Badal Gaye)(1985) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Lata, Lyrics-Gulshan Bawra, MD-R D Burman
Both

Lyrics

ek baat dil mein aayi hai
kahoon ya na kahoon
ek baat dil mein aayi hai
kahoon ya na kahoon
kehne ka mausam bhi hai
uspe ye tanhaayi hai
kahoon ya na kahoon
o o o
baat dil mein aayi hai
kahoon ya na kahoon
ek baat dil mein aayi hai
kahoon ya na kahoon

kayi baar chaaha maine
tujhi ko churaa loon tujhse
hey kayi baar chaaha maine
tujhi ko chura loon tujhse
kahin waadiyon mein dil ki
duniya sajaa loon tujhse
shaayad tu kuchh samajh gayi
isi liye sharmaayi hai
kahoon ya na kahoon
bolo bolo bolo
baat dil mein aayi hai
kahoon ya na kahoon
ek baat dil mein aayi hai
kahoon ya na kahoon

o o o
o o o
aa aa aa
jhalak teri dekhi pahli
doosra na bhaaya tabse
o o
jhalak teri dekhi pahli
doosra na bhaaya tabse
mere devta is dil mein
tu hi tu samaaya tab se
yahi haqeeqat hai
jo ke barson talak chupaayi hai
kahoon ya na kahoon
bolo bolo bolo
baat dil mein aayi hai
kahoon ya na kahoon
ek baat dil mein aayi hai
kahoon ya na kahoon

der se miley hain lekin
mil to gaye hain aakhir
hey der se miley hain lekin
mil to gaye hain aakhir
chalo phool aashaaon ke
khil to gaye hain aakhir

mil ke bhi hum door hain kyun
pyaar ki ye ruswaayi hai
kahoon ya na kahoon
ho o o
baat dil mein aayi hai
kahoon ya na kahoon
kehne ka mausam bhi hai
uspe ye tanhaayi hai
kahoon ya na kahoon
o o o
baat dil mein aayi hai
kahoon ya na kahoon

lalalalalalalala
lalalaalala


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Blog Day : 3654 Post No. : 14512

“Chaalis Baaba Ek Chor”(1954) was produced by Kamini Kaushal and it was directed by P L Santoshi. The movie had Kamini Kaushal, Balraj Sahni, Smriti Biswas, Om Prakash, David, Chandabai, Jagdeep etc in it.

The movie had twelve songs in it. Seven songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the eighth song from “Chaalis Baaba Ek Chor”(1954) to appear in the blog. This rare song is sung by Lata and Kishore Kumar alongwith chorus. P L Santoshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by S D Burman.

Only the audio of the song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Ae meri guinyaa dulha dulhaniya (Chaalis Baba ek Chor)(1954) Singers-Lata, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-P L Santoshi, MD-S D Burman
Chorus

ae ae ae ae meri guinyaa
dulha dulhaniya
mil ke kar len jo saath phiraniya
to duniya
basi basi jaaye
he re duniya
duniya
basi basi jaaye

kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye

pehli phiraniya mein oye meri guinyyan
baat hai kya jo dekh dulhaniya
dulhwa
phiri phiri jaaye re dulhwa
dulhwa phiri phiri jaaye
ho o o
dulhwa
phiri phiri jaaye re dulhwa
dulhwa phiri phiri jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye

dooji phiraniya mein
ae mori guniyya
baat hai kya jo dekh dulhaniya
dulhwa ruki ruki jaaye
re dulhwa
dulhwa ruki ruki jaaye
ho o
dulhwa ruki ruki jaaye re dulhwa
dulhwa ruki ruki jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye

teeji phiraniya mein
o meri guinyyaan
baat hai kya jo dekh dulhaniya
dulhwa jhuki jhuki jaaye
re dulhwa
dulhwa jhuki jhuki jaaye
o o o
dulhwa jhuki jhuki jaaye re dulhwa
dulhwa jhuki jhuki jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye

haaye
ye dilli ki phuljhadiyaan
hai laayi khushi ki ghadiyaan
ye patne ke pataakhe
phooten to karen dhamaake
yoon badle roop dhuwaan ke
jaise faujen gayin hon lad
ho jaise
fauzen gayin hon lad
ho jaise jaise jaise

chauthi phiraniya mein
oye meri guinyaan
baat hai kya jo dekh dulhaniya
dulhwa hati hati jaaye re dulhwa
dulhwa hati hati jaaye
o o o
dulhwa hati hati jaaye re dulhwa
dulhwa hati hati jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye

paanchi phiraniya mein
oye meri guniyaan
baat hai kya jo dekh dulhaniya
dulhwa mudi mudi jaaye
re dulhwa
dulhwa mudi mudi jaaye
o o o
dulhwa mudi mudi jaaye re dulhwa
dulhwa mudi mudi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye

chhathhi phiraniya mein
oye meri guinyaan
baat hai kya jo dekh dulhaniya
dulhwa adi adi jaaye re dulhwa
dulhwa adi adi jaaye
o o o
dulhwa adi adi jaaye re dulhwa
dulhwa adi adi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye

haan
ye dilli ki phuljhadiyaan
hai laayi khushi ki ghadiyaan
ye phoolon ki phuljhadiyaan
hai laayi khushi ki ghadiyaan
ye patne ke pataakhe
uthhen to karen dhamaake
ye patne ke pataakhe
aur ye khandwe ke khataake
ye ?? ke chataake
aur phoote to karen dhamaake


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