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

Blog Day : 4043 Post No. : 15169

hullo to all in Atuldom

We have all heard “Gore gore, o baanke chhore, kabhi meri gali aaya karo, gori gori, o banke chhori, chaahe roz bulaaya karo”. Now that song from “Samadhi” was filmed on two actresses one of whom –Kuldeep Kaur- was dressed in male attire. That was in 1950. There have been numerous occasions where a lady does a stage song dressed as a man or vice versa. In such cases the man dressed as a lady sings in a female voice –as Amir Khan had done in a song in the 90s. And Kishore Kumar before him in “Dilli Ka Thug” (but that was a genre in itself) But always as a rule we seem to have females who are dressed as males sing in female voice as was the case in the song from “Naya Daur” “Reshmi salwar kurta jaali ka roop saha nahin jaaye nakhrewaali ka”; or the one from “Kismet” “Kajra Mohabbatwala akhiyon mein aisa dala”. We have had one instance (if my knowledge is right) where the male is dressed in both genders and sings in the voice of Asha Bhonsle and Rafi. I am talking of a Mehmood song (in league with the Kishore Kumar song in terms of artist’s caliber. ??). But today I discovered a song which has the actress dressed as both male and female singing in Lata Mangeshkar’s voice. Now this is a first encounter for me. I had seen this song ages ago, that is before my association with ASAD; which means that those days I used to listen and enjoy the songs without bothering about who sang who wrote or whose music! Etc. So, here is my heartfelt thank you to ASAD for making me aware of the songs I listen to ??

The song which I am talking of is from the 1953 romantic comedy “Ladki”. It had Vyjayantimala playing a tomboy, dancer (what else to expect from a movie with her in the cast), a sportswoman etc. She has Anjali Devi for a friend and Kishore Kumar as her male lead. There is Bharat Bhushan for Anjali Devi. This movie was made in Tamil as “Penn” and Telugu as “Sangam”. All three movies had Anjali Devi and Vyjayantimala as the constant factors with Gemini Ganeshan and N.T.Rama Rao (respectively) essaying the role played by Bharat Bhushan in Hindi. Similarly, in the south Indian versions, S. Balachander played the character that Kishore Kumar played in Hindi. The movie was directed by M.V.Raman and produced by AVM. Rajinder Kishan was the lyricist. The music director for this song was C Ramachandra.

We are having this song picturised on a seventeen year old Vyjayantimala on the occasion of her 79th birthday. Happy birthday to Vyjayantimala.

13-8-2019
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On August 2015, I had discovered a song “todke duniya ki deewar” which I had proposed to send to Atulji to celebrate the beautiful Vyjayanthimala’s birthday. The above post was written for that song. I don’t remember if I had sent it. And I am not going to search my outbox to see if I have sent or not. But before I sat to update the post when I checked ‘songs posted list’, I found that the song was posted in April 2018. But anyways my thoughts about that song remain unchanged.

I also saw that there are 15 songs in the movie out which 7 are posted that still means a few more possible Vyjayathimala dance songs are possible. As the saying goes- ‘a lot of water has flown down the river Ganges’ in the interim period. I missed an opportunity to see her live-performance in 2015 when my Peevesie said she could arrange passes, if I say-so, to a show in Bangalore where Vyjayanthimala was scheduled to perform. There are videos on YouTube that show her dance and grace even at 80 in some performance in Chennai. Hats off to the lady for her zeal and devotion to dance even at this age. May it continue in that manner for as long as she wishes.

Today’s song is a stage song sung by Lata Mangeshkar for a song written by Rajinder Krishan and composed by C. Ramchandra. We have our dear birthday girl occupying the stage as Kalidas, Tansen, a rishi who is writing the “vedas”, a Manipuri dancer, and the finale is Bharatnatyam (how could she miss out performing this). In fact the last three minutes of the song is devoted to her dance and it is a feast for the eyes, much like the last part of the “Jewel Thief” dance.

Happy Birthday to Vyjayanthimalaji.

Ed note-This song is followed seamlessly by a Tarana song which deserves to be treated as a separate song and it has been covered as such in the past.


Song-Mere watan se achcha koi watan nahin hai(Ladki)(1953) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-C Ramchandra

Lyrics

mere watan se achcha koi watan nahin hai
mere watan se achcha koi watan nahin hai
saare jahaan mein aisa koi ratan nahin hai
saare jahaan mein aisa koi ratan nahin hai
mere watan se achcha koi watan nahin hai
mere watan se achcha koi watan nahin hai

iss desh jaisi ganga jamuna kahin na hogi
jamuna kahin na hogi
vedon se khubsoorat Rachna kahin na hogi
Rachna kahin na hogi
duniya mein aisi dharti aisa gagan nahin hai
duniya mein aisi dharti aisa gagan nahin hai
mere watan se achcha koi watan nahin hai
mere watan se achcha koi watan nahin hai

yeh raam krishna Gautam
naano guru ki basti
naano guru ki basti
paida yahaan hui thi Gandhi ki nek hasti
Gandhi ki nek hasti
kisi aur desh ki toh aisi khabar nahin hai
kisi aur desh ki toh aisi khabar nahin hai
mere watan se achcha koi watan nahin hai
mere watan se achcha koi watan nahin hai

iss sarzameen pe aaye
gunwaan kaise kaise
gunwaan kaise kaise
kabhi kalidas jaise kabhi tansen jaise
kabhi tansen jaise
mujhe naaz hai watan par
jhoothhi lagan nahin hai
mujhe naaz hai watan par
jhoothi lagan nahin hai
mere watan se achcha koi watan nahin hai
mere watan se achcha koi watan nahin hai

mere watan se achcha koi watan nahin hai
mere watan se achcha koi watan nahin hai

tarana

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

Blog Day :

4041 Post No. : 15166 Movie Count :

4166

‘Dil Se’ (1998) was produced by Mani Ratnam along with Ram Gopal Varma and Shekhar Kapoor and was directed by Mani Ratnam. The film was a part of Mani Ratnam’s trilogy of human relationship in the backdrop of politics and terrorism. In this series, his earlier two films were ‘Roja’ (1992) and ‘Bombay’ (1995).

The film’s main actors consisted of Shahrukh Khan who, on a reporting assignment to North-East India, falls in love with a mysterious girl (Manisha Koirala) who is a part of a terrorist group. As a result, she remains elusive to him. His love for her becomes his obsession. He searches for her, meets her during his many assignments but she gives him a slip on each occasion. Preity Zinta is another girl with whom Shahrukh Khan’s marriage has been fixed by his family.

At the end, Shahrukh Khan finds Manisha Koirala in Delhi but comes to know about her group’s plan of exploding explosives, carried in her vest, at the venue of gathering for the celebration of 50th Independent Day. He tries hard to persuade her to give up the terrorist activities and marry him. But it was too late for her. The bomb explodes accidentally and both die before she reaches the planned target.

The film had 6 songs which were written by Gulzar and were set to music by A R Rahman. None of the song has yet been represented on the Blog. The song ‘chhaiya chhaiya’ became the most popular song of the film. However, I have preferred to present ‘jiya jale jaan jale nainon tale dhuaan chale’ sung by Lata Mangeshkar. The reason is that I liked the idea of incorporating in the song, the Malayalam lyrics written by Girish Puthencheri and sung by M G Sreekumar and Chorus as interlude music. The other reason is that the song has been picturised in Kerala at Athirappilly Falls, Periyar Lake and Alappuzha backwaters among others – the places I had visited in 2008.

This was the first song Lata Mangeshkar sang under the music direction of A R Rahman. Generally, she does not visit outside Mumbai to record the song. But she made an exception by flying to Chennai to record the song in A R Rahman’s recording studio. The song was recorded in one take. However, it took about 10 days for Rahman to give a final shape to the song by improvising the background music and incorporating interludes in the song.

During this period, A R Rahman came with an idea to incorporate a short clip of Malayalam song as interludes in the song. He wanted Gulzar to translate the Malayalam lyrics into Hindi. To get an idea, he played the Malayalam song over the phone to Gulzar. After listening to the clip, Gulzar advised Rahman to retain the Malayalam lyrics in the clip for the song as it sounded beautiful in the background giving a feel of the atmosphere of Kerala. Rahman agreed with Gulzar’s suggestion. The song turned out to be an unique composition. (Note: The trivia are based on Gulzar’s interviews with Nasreen Munni Kabir in 2012).

From the lyrics as well as the picturization of the song, it would appear that the song conveys the imagination of the bride (Preity Zinta) about her wedding night. The eroticism in the lyrics is nicely camouflaged in imageries. Example:

masle phoolon ki mahak mein titliyon ki kyaariyaan
raat bhar bechaari mehndi pisti hai pairon tale

I got the Malayalam lyrics and the English translation thereof from a blog post of Maithily Menon on the internet. The beauty of Malayalam lyrics may have been diluted in English translation. The translation appears to me more a literal than the underlying deeper meaning envisaged by the lyricist. Corrections, if any, in Malayalam lyrics and the English translation, from readers knowing Malayalam are welcome.

Video Clip:

Audio Clip:

Song-Jiya jale jiya jale (dil Se)(1998) Singers-Lata Mangeshker, M G Sreekumar, Lyrics-Gulzar, MD-A R Rahman
Hindi Chorus
Malayalam Chorus

Lyrics (Based on audio clip)

jiya jale jaan jale
jiya jale jaan jale
nainon tale
dhuaan chale
dhuaan chale
punchiri thanu konchiko
munthiri mutham chinthiko
manchani varna chundari vaave
thanakinaka
thakadhimi aadum thankanilaave hoi
punchiri thanu konchiko
munthiri mutham chinthiko
manchani varna chundari vaave
thanakinaka
thakadhimi aadum thankani laave hoi

thanka kolusalle
kurukum kuyilalle
maaran mayilalley
thanga kolusalle
koorukum kuyilalle
maaran mayilalley

jiya jale jaan jale
nainon tale
dhuaan chale
dhuaan chale
raat bhar dhuaan chale
jaanu na jaanu na jaanu na sakhi ri
jiya jale jaan jale
nainon tale
dhuaan chale
dhuaan chale
raat bhar dhuaan chale
jaanu na jaanu na jaanu na sakhi ri
jiya jale
jaan jale

dekhte hain tan mera
mann mein chubhti hai nazar
dekhte hain tan mera
mann mein chubhti hai nazar
hontth sil jaate unke
narm honthon se magar
ginti rahti hoon main apni
karwaton ke silsile
kya karoon
kaise kahoon
raat kab kaise dhale
jiya jale jaan jale
nainon tale
dhuaan chale
dhuaan chale
raat bhar dhuaan chale
jaanu na jaanu na jaanu na sakhi ri
jiya jale jaan jale
nainon tale
dhuaan chale
dhuaan chale
raat bhar dhuaan chale
jaanu na jaanu na jaanu na sakhi ri
jiya jale
jaan jale
kuruvanikiliye
kuruvanikiliye
kukuru koorukuru kooki kuruki
kunnimarathil uyal adi
kodum orikki kootu vilikunne
maran nine kooki kuruki kotu vilikunne
kukuru koorukuru kooki kuruki
kunnimarathil uyal adi
kodum orikki kootu villikunne
maran nine kooki kuruki kotu vilikunne

thanka kolusallae
kurukum kuyilallae
maaran mayilallae hoi
thanka kolusallae
kurukum kuyilallae
maaran mayilallae

ang ang mein jalti hai
dard ki chingaariyaan
masle phoolon ki mahak mein
titliyon ki kyaariyaan
raat bhar bechaari mehndi
pisti hai pairon tale
kya karoon
kaise kahoon
raat kab kaise dhale
jiya jale jaan jale
nainon tale
dhuaan chale
dhuaan chale

dhuaan chale
dhuaan chale
jaanu na jaanu na jaanu na sakhi ri
jiya jale jaan jale
nainon tale dhuaan chale

(jiya……..aa jale….ae)
dhuaan chale
raat bhar dhuaan chale

(jiya………aa jale…ae)
jaanu na jaanu na jaanu na sakhi ri
jiya……..aa jale………ae jaan jale…ae
jiya jale

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Malayalam lyrics translated in English
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First Malayalam Stanza
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Give me a smile and lisp
Of kisses as sweet as grapes
O sweet and beautiful girl
Dance in the golden light
Like the golden anklets
Like the cooing cuckoo
Like the dancing peacock.
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Second Malayalam Stanza
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O kuruvani bird
Making noise(like kukuru kurukuru)
Swinging on the kunni tree
Is calling you after making the nest
Your lover is calling you again and again
Dance in the golden light
Like the golden anklets
Like the cooing cuckoo
Like the dancing peacock


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

Blog Day :

4031 Post No. : 15152

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2009-19) – Song No. 41
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1st August of 2009, ten years ago. Five songs had been posted that day. As many as 4 movies opened their accounts on the blog that day – the four debut movies being ‘Shin Shinaki Boobla Boo’ (1952), ‘Sabse Bada Rupaiya’ (1955), ‘Duniya Rang Rangeeli’ (1957) and ’Laakhon Mein Ek’ (1971). The fifth film – ‘Bhabhi’ from 1957 had its 5th song posted that day.

The current status of these five films is that two of them – ‘Bhaabhi’ and ‘Duniya Rang Rangeeli’ have since been yippeee’d. for the remaining 3 films, two songs are pending for each one of them. The following table gives the complete status, as of just prior to this post today. The second last column gives info about the film status as of ten years ago, and the last column gives the status, as of today.

Ruk Jaa Re Piyaa Sabse Bada Rupaiyya 1955 Deb 7 of 9
Tie Lagaa Ke Maana Janaab Ban Gaye Hero Bhaabhi 1957 5th Yippeee’d
Tum Kyaa Jaano Tumhaari Yaad Me Ham Kitna Roye Shin Shinaaki Bubbla Boo 1952 Deb 5 of 7
Sainyaa Kyon Aaye Mujhe Angdaayi Duniya Rang Rangeeli 1957 Deb Yippeee’d
Jogi O Jogi Arre Pyaar Me Kyaa Hogaa Laakhon Mein Ek 1971 Deb 3 of 5

Getting on to Ten-Year Challenge, I looked up the pending songs from the three films that are still awaiting yippeee status, and I have picked this song from the film ‘Shin Shinaki Boobla Boo’ of 1952.

This film is produced and directed by PL Santoshi, under his home banner of Santoshi Productions. The main cast of actors is listed as Rehana, Ranjan, Sadhana Bose, Veera, Baby Tabassum, Radha Kishan, Mumtaz Ali, Tiwari, Samson, Indu Pal, Shama Gulnar, Prabhu, Sarosh, Bingu, Goldstein, Mehmood, Senoor (parrot), Titi (cat).

The film has 7 songs which are penned by PL Santoshi and the music is composed by C Ramchandra. In the earlier posts, our dear Arun ji has dealt with the theme of the picture, its main artists and the issue of the film being banned by the govt, inspite of getting a ‘U’ certificate from the Censors. Interested readers may refer to the detailed posts by Arun ji, for the following songs – “Arey Baba. . Ye Hansi Baba. . Ye Khushi Baba. .” and, “Kuchh Chuhalen Hon Kuchh Charche Hon”.

Interesting to note that 1998, a TV serial with title ‘Cincinnati Bublaa Boo’ was telecast by Star Plus, over a period of 25 weeks – yes, ‘Shin Shinaaki’ and ‘Cincinnat’ sound very suspiciously close to each other. Cincinnati is a city in the US, and Shin Shinaaki is the name of the female lead in this fantasy story.

The song is crafted like a bhajan, and has very very philosophical flavor. Actually, the theme of this song is surprisingly quite profound – telling about a thief who lives inside, and does not allow the individual person to light the lamp of devotion. Tied with the bonds of karma, the person is not able to resist as this thief plunders the treasures of good will and bhakti, and keeps the self entangled in the web of this world. This thief is ‘maaya’, the illusory misconceptions and wrong understanding of this world, which hides the truth about this world, the self and the devotional relationship to the Almighty.

The verses of this song have a deep meaning, and are very well crafted. The singing voice is of Lata Mangeshkar. A song that needs some attention as one listens to it.

With this song, the film ‘Shin Shinaki Boobla Boo’moves one step closer to Yippeee status. Now only one more song of this film remains to be posted here.

Song – Sai Re, Sai Re. . . Ghar Ghar Mein Ik Chor Sai  (Shin Shinaki Boobla Boo) (1952) Singer – Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics – PL Santoshi, MD – C Ramchandra
Chorus

Lyrics

saai re
saai re

saai re saai re
saai re saai re
ghar ghar mein ik chor
saai ghar ghar mein ik chor
saai ghar ghar mein ik chor
saai re saai re
saai re saai re
ghar ghar mein ik chor
saai ghar ghar mein ik chor
saai ghar ghar mein ik chor
saai re. . .

tu bhakti ka diya jalaawye
chor bujhaavye baati
ho oo oo oo
oo oo oo oo
tu bhakti ka diya jalaawye
chor bujhaavye baati
loot jaaye sab maal khazaana
din dekhe na raati re
din dekhe na raati
haath kisi ke aavye na wo
haath kisi ke aavye na wo
laakh kare koi zor
saai ghar ghar mein ik chor
saai ghar ghar mein ik chor
saai re saai re
saai re saai re
ghar ghar mein ik chor
saai ghar ghar mein ik chor
saai ghar ghar mein ik chor
saai re. . .

oo oo
tere dekhte ghar mein aaya. . .
ghar mein aaya
tere dekhte doley
kaisa jaadu daala tujh pe
tu kuchh bhi na boley re
tu kuchh bhi na boley
tan mann baandh liye hain dono
tan mann baandh liye hain dono
baandh karam ki dor
saai ghar ghar mein ik chor
saai ghar ghar mein ik chor
saai re saai re
saai re saai re
ghar ghar mein ik chor
saai ghar ghar mein ik chor
saai ghar ghar mein ik chor
saai re. . .

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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साईं रे
साईं रे

साईं रे साईं रे
साईं रे साईं रे
घर घर में इक चोर
साईं घर घर में इक चोर
साईं घर घर में इक चोर
साईं रे साईं रे
साईं रे साईं रे
घर घर में इक चोर
साईं घर घर में इक चोर
साईं घर घर में इक चोर
साईं रे॰ ॰ ॰

तू भक्ति का दिया जलावये
चोर बुझावये बाती
हो ओ ओ ओ
ओ ओ ओ ओ
तू भक्ति का दिया जलावये
चोर बुझावये बाती
लूट जाये सब माल खज़ाना
दिन देखे ना राति रे
दिन देखे ना राति
हाथ किसी के आव्ये ना वो
हाथ किसी के आव्ये ना वो
लाख करे कोई जोर
साईं घर घर में इक चोर
साईं घर घर में इक चोर
साईं रे साईं रे
साईं रे साईं रे
घर घर में इक चोर
साईं घर घर में इक चोर
साईं घर घर में इक चोर
साईं रे॰ ॰ ॰

ओ ओ
तेरे देखते घर में आया॰ ॰ ॰
घर में आया
तेरे देखते डोले
कैसा जादू डाला तुझ पे
तू कुछ भी ना बोले रे
तू कुछ भी ना बोले
तन मन बांध लिए हैं दोनों
तन मन बांध लिए हैं दोनों
बांध करम की डोर
साईं घर घर में इक चोर
साईं घर घर में इक चोर
साईं रे साईं रे
साईं रे साईं रे
घर घर में इक चोर
साईं घर घर में इक चोर
साईं घर घर में इक चोर
साईं रे॰ ॰ ॰


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

Blog Day : 4030 Post No. : 15149

Hullo to all in Atuldom

With today’s post/ song the concerned movie achieves “YYIIPPEEEEhood”- a word on the lines of adulthood; not found in any standard dictionary and a creation of this blog just like “atuldom” and “atulites”.

The movie debuted on the blog on 18th January, 2010 and has had a rather slow run on the blog. The movie itself was huge hit in its time with all its songs still on the minds and lips of HFM lovers. (I was a child and I am not sure if I have seen it in a movie hall but have seen it umpteen times on TV.) I am not going into the minute details about the movie and say that it was directed by Dev Anand for his home production. I will also not say that the songs were written by Anand Bakshi and R D Burman was the music director. But the minute the song is posted the reaction is going to be “yeh abhi baaki hai?!!!” This was the reaction to the previous post from this movie too. In fact, Guruji had wondered how that song had escaped from being posted all these years considering it was THE MOST POPULAR song from the movie. My answer to that query would be “so that we could have that wonderful post from you, Sirji.” And the bigger reaction will be “this movie is not yet YYIIPPEEEED!!!” That is why I say wonders don’t cease in this blog of ours.
We are revisiting “Hare Rama Hare Krishna” today. This movie had seven songs and six songs -one of them being a multi-version song- are already posted.

The details of the songs from the movie that have been covered earlier :-

S N Song Song number in blog Date of posting
1 Kaanchi re kaanchi re 2268 18-Jan-10
2 Phoolon ka taaron ka sabka kehna hai Multiple version song 2838 24-Aug-10
3 Dekho o deewaanon tum ye kaam na karo 5098 4-Dec-11
4 I love you kya khushi kya hai gham 9241 4-Jan-14
5 Dum maaro dum mit jaaye gham 14829 7-Jan-19

The reason to revisit the movie today, is to wish the romantic leading lady -Mumtaz- on her 72nd birthday. She has had a journey in Bollywood that started as child star, extra, heroines’ friend etc in A- grade movies as a teenager and heroine of stunt films with Dara Singh etc. Her first adult role was that of the hero Rajendra Kumar’s sister in “Gehra Daag”. She had to wait a long time before bursting on the top heroine slot. By the time she reached the heroine slot she had played a dancer- vamp etc in “Mere Sanam”, “Khandaan”, “Kaajal’’ etc. Possibly the first time her comic side made itself felt was as ‘Meena’ in Mehmood’s “Pyar Kiye Jaa”. Her best times started with “Boond Jo Ban Gayi Moti” where she was heroine to Jeetendra after which she paired him in movies like “Jigri Dost” “Khilona” “Ek Naari Ek Brahmachari” and some more with a guest appearance in “Humjoli”. First time she paired with Rajesh Khanna was in “Do Raaste” followed by “Bandhan” “Roti” “Aap Ki Kasam” etc. She paired opposite the Khan brothers – Feroz and Sanjay- in “Aadmi aur insaan” “Apradh” “Mela” “Dhadakan” “Upasana” etc. So, what I want to highlight here is that many male actors who were lead stars in the movies during the 60s, when Mumtaz played a nimble-footed dancer or second lead-heroine sought her in the 70s to be their main romantic lead; she played heroine to Rajendra Kumar in “Tangewala”. In her career that lasted till 1977 – “Aaina” with Rajesh Khanna was her last as a heroine when she took retirement from movies in favour of family life- she had acted with actors ranging from Dara Singh, Sunil Dutt, Sanjeev Kumar, Dharmendra, Jeetendra, Rajesh Khanna, Shashi Kapoor, Feroz and Sanjay Khan. She even did a movie with Amitabh Bachchan as her hero.

Let us wish our “Kaanchi” a long and healthy life. Wish you a very happy birthday Mumu a.k.a Mumtaz.


Song-Ho re ghunghroo ka bole (Hare Rama Hare Krishna)(1971) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

ae kaancha

haay re daiya
haay re mera
saajan woh kehlaaye
dekhte sab rah jaayen woh mera
haath pakad lai jaaye

ho re ghunghroo kaa bole
aisa ho woh aisa ho
mera ghunghta jo khole

ho re ghunghroo ka bole
aisa ho woh aisa ho
mera ghunghta jo khole
arre kora kora gora gora
baanka chhora saiyyaan mora
ho re ghunghroo ka bole re

jidhar se bhi guzar jaaye mera chitchor
ha aa mera chitchor
haay daiyya mach jaaye galiyon mein shor
jhaanke jharokhon se goriyaan
jidhar se bhi guzar jaaye mera chitchor
ha aa mera chitchor
haay daiya mach jaaye galiyon mein shor
jhaanke jharokhon se goriyaan
jo dekhe ye bole,
haay mera mann dole
ho jo dekhe ye bole
haay mera mann dole
ho re ghunghroo ka bole
aisa ho woh aisa ho
mera ghunghta jo khole
arre kora kora gora gora
baanka chhora saiyyaan mora
ho re ghunghroo ka bole re

mele mein akele mohe sang lai jaaye
mohe sang lai jaaye
kaanch ki pachrangi choodiyan pehnaaye
jhumke bhi lai de bazaar se
mele mein akele mohe sang lai jaaye
mohe sang lai jaaye
kaanch ki pachrangi choodiyaan pehnaaye
jhumke bhi lai de bazaar se
jab bole haan bole
na munh se na bole
ho jab bole haan bole
na munh se na bole
ho ho re ghunghroo ka bole
aisa ho woh aisa ho
mera ghunghta jo khole
arre kora kora gora gora
baanka chhora saiyyaan mora
ho re ghunghroo ka bole re

tere jaisa
haan uuu hun
tere jaisa nahin
tere jaisa nahin re
haa aa aisa nahin re
haay raama koi mere jaisa nahi re
hai koi toh aaye saamne
mera dil dhadka de
lat uljhi suljha de
ho mera dil dhadka de
lat uljhi suljha de
ho ho re ghunghroo ka bole
aisa ho wo aisa ho
mera ghunghta jo khole
arre kora kora gora gora
baanka chhora saiyan mora
ho re ghungharoo ka bole re


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Blog Day : 4028 Post No. : 15142

“Murliwaala”(1951) was directed by Vasant Painter for Madhuvani Chitra, Bombay. This movie had Vijaylaxmi, Shashi Kapoor (sr), Durga Khote, Gulaab, Mahipal, Parshuram, Krishna Kumari, Niranjan Sharma, Vasant rao Pahalwan, Ramesh Sinha etc in it.

There were eight songs in this movie. One song has been covered in the past.

Today (29 july 2019) is the 17th remembrance anniversary of Sudhir Phadke (25 July 1919-29 july 2002). as a tribute to him, here is the second song from “Murliwaala”(1951) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata. Bharat Vyas is the lyricist of this song. Sudhir Phadke is the music director.

The mukhda of this song is similar to that of <a href="“>another Lata song from “Bahut Din Huye”(1959).

I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Chanda chamka neel gagan mein (Murliwaala)(1951) singer-Lata, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-Sudhir Phadke

Lyrics

chanda chamka neel gagan mein
chanda chamka neel gagan mein
neel gagan mein
neel gagan mein
chanda chamka neel gagan mein

dekhoon jab ye jhilmil taare
yaad aate jamuna ke kinaare
dekhoon jab ye jhilmil taare
yaad aate jamuna ke kinaare
kaisi bhulaaun khel jo khele
kaisi bhulaaun khel jo khele
tum sang sang madhuban mein aen
chanda chamka neel gagan mein

jaana chaahoon
aa na sakoon main aen
jaana chaahoon
aa na sakoon main
ho jaaye na bhor re
aaah piya mere aaj kisi ne
pankh diye hai marod re
vyaakul man hai
aakul tan hai
vyaakul man hai
aakul tan hai
neer bahe nainan mein aen
chanda chamka neel gagan mein
chanda chamka neel gagan mein


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

Blog Day :

4010 Post No. : 15117 Movie Count :

4152

Songs Repeated in Hindi Films – 6
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The heart must have missed a beat – on reading the title of this post. Goodness. . . this wonderful iconic song, 65 years ago – it captured the imagination and the hearts of a generation, nay, many a generation of young hearts in love. This unforgettable song is imprinted on the sands of memory, never to be erased by any winds that may blow, till the end of life.

The golden age of melody was at its peak. The manner in which Shailendra knit together the words and lines of this love song – cannot be and has not been bettered since. The melody and the orchestration conceived by Shanker Jaikishan – the arrangement of the instruments, the preludes, the interludes, the rhythm – everything just perfect in this song. The renditions – Manna Da and Lata – the voices working together seamlessly – rising and falling in unison, and in apposition, complementing, merging – the “aa haa haa” lines going up all the way to the clouds. The lines

pyaar jo toota
saath jo chhoota

receding into the depths of somber apprehensions, and then suddenly a rising declaration of a resolution,

chaand na chamkega kabhi

the rendition volume going up all the way to the moon. The resolve expressed with such a dignified confidence in the nature’s machinations. The moon – no it will never stop shining, and thus, by implication, this love will never be broken, this companionship will never part. And suddenly, instinctively, unknowingly there is a lump in the throat and a warm moisture on the corners of the eyelids. Yes, yes – that is what love is – the poet, the music-waala, the singers – yes, they have got it just right, on the dot. Yes that is what love is, what it ought to be. Such noble souls lived in that golden era – who could feel it right, and conjure up an imagination, combining the words, the music and the sound – and then tell it to us so simply – that no further discourse would be necessary.

I am reminded of another quintessential song from the same film –

ramaiya vasta vaiya
maine dil tujhko diya

And once again, the simplest of words, the simplest verse one can conjure up – and there is no better way, no better words invented, before or since, to say – I love you.

And the scene, the depiction – the conceptualization – a master presenter is at work here. Here is an emotional entanglement coming to fruition in the hearts of two young people, almost at the very bottom of the ladder of social significance. A part time employee at a laundry, who has “borrowed” a suit that has come for cleaning, and his shoes are in tatters. A self employed teacher, who gives basic education to the underprivileged children in the backyard of her own home. But then love does not check on social status, or verify your bank balances, before making a burrow into the hearts. That love is simple. That love is without embellishments. That love is honest and innocent. That simply is love, and it happens, just happens.

The overcast skies, the lashing rains, the amused witness – the chaiwaala (tea seller), the incidental umbrella, the handy tootle that the young man plays, the happenstance of three cheruby toddlers in raincoats – all put together in a scenario that simply cannot now be erased from the memory’s palette.

The emotional expressions of the leading pair are just as consummate and accomplished as the scenario itself. The sharing of the umbrella becomes such a pivotal exchange. The young man offers it to the lady. And she hands it back, seeing him getting drenched. He takes it, but then sees that she is in the same plight, so immediately offers it back to her. She once again takes it, and with a helplessness writ large on her face, sees him getting drenched once again. And then the inevitable happens. With her eyes clenched, and her lips trembling with apprehension, she inches closer to him – dawning of the realization that one must share when there is a need. And the two come close now, holding the same umbrella – realizing that in love, one has to share, one has to hold together, and one has to steady each other against the squall of the winds and outpourings of this ruthless world.

And then the song begins – question by the young man, not specifically directed at her, but at himself too. And the lady answers, for both of them together – “. . . Maaloom Nahin Hai Kahaan Manzil . . .”. One of the supreme examples of cinema at its very best, in telling about emotions that shake a heart when the love is just starting to take baby steps in there. Marvellous . . . simply marvelous – much more than the best of the words can express.

Um. . . kind of got carried away with the original. 🙂

25 years after the release of the original, this song was used once again in the 1979 film ‘Salaam Memsaab’. And the manner of use is so very innovative. A little earlier, back in 1970, when ‘Mera Naam Joke’ was released, at the beginning of part II we see Raj Kapoor at the Bombay Carnival, hosting a bioscope stand, singing “Kehta Ha Joker, Saara Zamaana. . .”. And as he sings, he is operating the bioscope in which we are treated to clips of his earlier films, especially ‘Awaara’ and ‘Shri 420’. It is fun to watch those clips in fast forward mode.

In ‘Salaam Memsaab’, a similar presentation is used. A little background. Radha (role played by Zarina Wahab) and Sunder (role played by Asrani) are two young people, friends and in love. They are the street tamaasha people who sing and dance on the roadside to earn their living. Sunder has high aspirations, and wants to become rich quickly. Radha also has aspirations, but she is averse to making compromises with her principles of honesty and truthfulness. They work together, but this difference in their view of life generates arguments.

Near the beginning of the film, just about half hour into it, Radha chances to see a bioscope man, playing his machine near the Gateway of India. She gets in line and starts watching – she gets in when the song “Pyaar Hua Iqraar Hua Hai. . .” is starting to play. We can see her enjoying the show, and then as the lead pair comes on at the beginning of the song, she gets into a different dreamy dimension of fantasy, and instead of seeing Raj Kapoor and Nargis on the screen, she sees herself and Sunder there, performing the same song, singing and expressing their newly discovered love for each other. She is fascinated, and the entire song is replayed on the screen in front of her, performed now by the two new lovers.

This is a very innovative presentation. In the singing parts of the clip, we can see Radha and Sunder performing, and in the other parts of the clip, the director uses the original footage and scenes. The entire song moves back and forth between the now Radha and Sunder, and the earlier scenes. Very interestingly edited and put together. E.g. when the line “Phir Bhi Rahengi Nishaaniyan” is playing, the scene clips back to the original version and we see the three toddlers with raincoats, toddling through the rain. Readers may recall that in the original version, the three kids are the children of Raj Kapoor – Ritu, Randhir and Rishi. The clip cuts back and forth between the current version, shown in subdued colors and shades, and the original version shown in black and white. Very intelligently designed.

In her dream of wide open eyes, Radha sees herself and Sunder, in an exact image of the hero and heroine on screen. As one watches their movements and expressions, the effort has been made to create an exact replica not just of the scenario, but also of the performance and expressions. You can open up two windows in the video playing software, and play the two songs, this one and the original, side by side. One is amazed by the effort made by Zarina and Asrani to replicate the performance as nearly as possible. Ah, we know it is not Raj Kapoor and it is not Nargis. But still it is a very impressive performance to see.

The film ‘Salaam Memsaab’ is produced under the banner of Roshan Films, Bombay and is directed by Asrani himself. The cast of actors includes Asrani, Zarina Wahab, Ranjeet, Manju Bansal, Rahman, Keshto Mukherjee, Asit Sen, Jugnu, Leela Mishra, Sulochana (Senior), Tom Alter, CS Dubey, Arvind Rathore, Anand Girdhar, Amol Sen, Dilip Tahil, Nilu Arora, Master Jeetu, Yusuf, and Raju, with friendly appearances by Ashok Kumar, Sunil Dutt, Yogita Bali, and Rishi Kapoor. The songs of this film are written by Majrooh Sultanpuri and the music is by RD Burman. Seven songs are listed for this film which have been rendered by Mohamed Rafi, Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar and Asha Bhosle.

This song, being a reuse, is not listed in Geet Kosh. And as I mentioned in an earlier episode of this series, it is not easy to track down such re-use songs, unless one has actually seen the film(s). I had also written that since I started this series, I have been getting inputs from many friends, from our bandwagon and also from others in our music lovers group, about such reuse songs. Since these songs are generally not listed, such inputs from friends has really added many interesting reuse scenarios that I was not aware of.

Today’s song was sent in as a suggestion from Anekant ji. He is a regular contributor in our comments section, and I am sure all are familiar with him. Not being aware of this reuse song, I am delighted to get this input from him. A real wonderful song, and a real wonderful reuse after twenty five years – from 1954 to 1979 to 2019 – and forty more, when we are now reading about it once again. 🙂

A reuse that takes you into a fantasy land of a dream of wide awake eyes. I am sure all of us have had some similar experience some time or another in our lives. Apologies for the digression, but I just remembered another such on screen ‘dream of wide awake eyes’ which I just cannot resist mentioning. 🙂 For all those who have seen and remember ‘Chhoti Si Baat’ (1972). Yes, I am referring to the song “Jaaneman Jaaneman Tere Do Nayan”. Amol Palekar is watching the film in a theatre. Onscreen the song is being performed by Dharmendra and Hema Malini. And within a few seconds, Amol Palekar goes into this ‘dream of wide awake eyes’, and through his eyes, we see the song being performed on screen by himself and Vidya Sinha. The reverie is quiet painfully broken as the villain appears at the end of the song and hits the hero with a belt. (Just from that split second profile, my feeling has been that it was actor Manmohan, the villain I mean.)

Ah so, we have a new category of songs to mull over – ‘dream of wide awake eyes’. And I am sure the readers will recall many such songs in Hindi films – yes, we do that a lot. 🙂

Enjoy today’s wonderful reuse treat and let’s wait for the next – what more such entertaining surprises are coming up.

Song – Pyaar Hua Iqraar Hua Hai  (Salaam Memsaab) (1979) Singer – Manna Dey, Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Shailendra, MD – Shanker Jaikishan
Manna Dey + Lata Mangeshkar

Lyrics

pyaar hua
iqraar hua hai
pyaar se phir kyun darta hai dil
pyaar hua
iqraar hua hai
pyaar se phir kyun darta hai dil
kehta hai dil
rasta mushkil
maaloom nahin hai kahaan manzil
kehta hai dil
rasta mushkil
maaloom nahin hai kahaan manzil
pyaar hua
iqraar hua hai
pyaar se phir kyun darta hai dil
kehta hai dil
rasta mushkil
maaloom nahin hai kahaan manzil
pyaar hua
(aaa aaa aaa)
iqraar hua hai
(aaa aaa aaa)
pyaar se phir kyun darta hai dil
(aaa aaa aaa)

kaho ke apni preet ka
geet na badlega kabhi
tum bhi kaho is raah ka
meet na badlega kabhi
pyaar jo toota
saath jo chhoota
chaand na chamke ga kabhi
aaa haaa haaa
aaa haaa haaa
aaaaa haaa haaa
aaa aaa aaa

aaa aaa aaa
aaa aaa aaa
aaa aaa aaa
aaa aaa aaa
aaa aaa aaa
pyaar hua
iqraar hua hai
pyaar se phir kyun darta hai dil
kehta hai dil

rasta mushkil
maaloom nahin hai kahaan manzil
pyaar hua
(aaa aaa aaa)
iqraar hua hai
(aaa aaa aaa)
pyaar se phir kyun darta hai dil
(aaa aaa aaa)

raaten dason dishaaon se

kahengi apni kahaaniyan
geet hamaare pyaar ke
dohraayengi jawaaniyan
main na rahoongi
tum na rahoge
phir bhi rahengi nishaaniyaan
pyaar hua
iqraar hua hai
pyaar se phir kyun darta hai dil
kehta hai dil
rasta mushkil
maaloom nahin hai kahaan manzil
kehta hai dil
rasta mushkil
maaloom nahin hai kahaan manzil
pyaar hua
(aaa aaa aaa)
iqraar hua hai
(aaa aaa aaa)
pyaar se phir kyun darta hai dil
(aaa aaa aaa)

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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प्यार हुआ
इक़रार हुआ है
प्यार से फिर क्यों डरता है दिल
प्यार हुआ
इक़रार हुआ है
प्यार से फिर क्यों डरता है दिल
कहता है दिल
रस्ता मुश्किल
मालूम नहीं है कहाँ मंज़िल
कहता है दिल
रस्ता मुश्किल
मालूम नहीं है कहाँ मंज़िल
प्यार हुआ
इक़रार हुआ है
प्यार से फिर क्यों डरता है दिल
कहता है दिल
रस्ता मुश्किल
मालूम नहीं है कहाँ मंज़िल
प्यार हुआ
(आ आ आ)
इक़रार हुआ है
(आ आ आ)
प्यार से फिर क्यों डरता है दिल
(आ आ आ)

कहो के अपनी प्रीत का
गीत ना बदलेगा कभी
तुम भी कहो इस राह का
मीत ना बदलेगा कभी
प्यार जो टूटा
साथ जो छूटा
चाँद ना चमकेगा कभी
आ हा हा
आ हा हा
आss हा हा
आ आ आ
आ आ आ
आ आ आ
आ आ आ
आ आ आ
आ आ आ
प्यार हुआ
इक़रार हुआ है
प्यार से फिर क्यों डरता है दिल
कहता है दिल
रस्ता मुश्किल
मालूम नहीं है कहाँ मंज़िल
प्यार हुआ
(आ आ आ)
इक़रार हुआ है
(आ आ आ)
प्यार से फिर क्यों डरता है दिल
(आ आ आ)

रातें दसों दिशाओं से
कहेंगी अपनी कहानियाँ
गीत हमारे प्यार के
दोहराएंगी जवानियाँ
मैं ना रहूँगी
तुम ना रहोगे
फिर भी रहेंगी निशानियाँ
प्यार हुआ
इक़रार हुआ है
प्यार से फिर क्यों डरता है दिल
कहता है दिल
रस्ता मुश्किल
मालूम नहीं है कहाँ मंज़िल
कहता है दिल
रास्ता मुश्किल
मालूम नहीं है कहाँ मंज़िल
प्यार हुआ
(आ आ आ)
इक़रार हुआ है
(आ आ आ)
प्यार से फिर क्यों डरता है दिल
(आ आ आ)

 


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 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 : 4007 Post No. : 15112

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2009-19) – Song No. 39
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Today’s movie falling under ‘ten-year challenge’ is ‘Banarasi Babu-1973’.

First song from this movie, the title song was represented on the blog ten years ago on this day (8 july 2009).

The other movies represented on the blog on this day are;

Movie title-Year Remarks
Muqaddar Ka Sikandar-1978 All Songs covered
Banarasi Babu-1973 03 of 07 songs posted
Ek Shrimaan Ek Shrimati-1969 05 songs covered
Aashiq-1962 All Songs covered
Bhaabhi Ki Choodiyaan-1961 All Songs covered
Mirza Sahiban-1947 All Songs covered

‘Banarasi Babu-1973’ was directed by Shankar Mukherjee for ‘Alankar Chitra’, Bombay’. Shankar Mukherjee was also the producer of this movie.

It had Dev Anand, Rakhi, Yogita Bali, Jeevan, Veena, Manorama, I.S.Johar, Bhagwan, Maruti, Rashid Khan, Rajan Haksar, Shivraj, Polson, S.N.Tripathi, Raj Rani, Brahm Bharadwaj, Kavi Babu, Dhanna, Bhushan Tiwari, Uttam Raj, Jerry, Raj Ratan Malhotra, Qamar Ali, Pradeep Dasgupta, Bhola, Nazeer Kashmiri, Jamini Babu, Neela Rai, Pahalwan, C.K.Dubey, and Miss Kamal Rai. Faryal makes a special appearance in this movie.

Story and Screenplay of this movie was written by K.A. Narayan. Dialogues for this movie were written by Rakesh Pant. The editing of this movie was done by Babu Lavande.

This movie had total seven songs (including one multiple version song). All of its songs were written by Rajinder Krishan, and music was composed by Kalyanji-Anandji. Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar gave their voices to the songs in this movie.
Lata Mangeshkar had sung three solo songs, Kishore Kumar had two solo and Asha Bhonsle had one solo songs in this movie. The movie had one duet song sung by Asha Bhonsle and Kishore Kumar.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 20.03.1973.

I remember to have watched this movie during my childhood but I have forgotten most of it by now except its songs. I liked Bure bhi ham bhale bhi ham…ham hain Banarasi Babu very much then, perhaps because of its catchy tune. I had even memorized this song then and I remember it even today. That also happened to be the most popular song from this movie which finished at thirtieth number in the annual ‘Binaca Geetmala list’ of 1973.

I also recall that other songs from this movie were also nice and they were frequently heard on radio or loud speakers. Like, ‘mere peecche ek ladki’ (multiple version song, posted on 03.12.2017), ‘aap yahaan se jaane ka kya loge’, ‘tauba tauba sharaab badnaam ho gayi’, ‘qamar meri lattoo’, and the today’s song ‘koi koi raat aisi hoti hai’.

I was under the impression that these songs must have been covered earlier so it came as a surprise to me when I found that they are yet to be posted on the blog.

For today’s post I have selected the song ‘koi koi raat aisi hoti hai’ sung by Lata Mangeshkar, which a nice hummable song. It is a regular on radio even today.
This song is lip synced by Rakhi on screen and we can see Dev Anand also present there, for whom Rakhi is singing the song but she is not aware that this Dev Anand is not the same that she is looking for. 🙂

Let us now enjoy this song …

Video

Audio

Song-Koi koi raat aisi hoti hai (Banarasi Babu)(1973) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

Koi koi raat aisi hoti hai ae ae

Koi koi raat aisi hoti hai ae ae
Jismein koi baat aisi hoti hai
Jo dil se zubaan tak
laayi naa jaaye
Jo dil se zubaan tak
laayi naa jaaye
Aankhon se chhupaayi bhi naa jaaye ae ae
Koi koi raat aisi hoti hai ae
Jismein koi baat aisi hoti hai ae ae

Raushni diye ki bhi
bairi lagey
Bairi lagey
Bairi ee lagey
Chandaa ki chaandni bhi
zehri lagey
Zehri lagey
Zehri ee lagey ae
Sej bhi hai kaliyon se mehki huyi
Nainon mein nindiya hai behki huyi
Aur aane waale aa ke bhi naa aaye
Ae ae ae
Koi koi raat aisi hoti hai ae
Jismein koi baat aisi hoti hai ae ae

Bekhudi dheere dheere
laayi wahaan
Laayi wahaan
Laayi ee wahaan
Beqaraari ee mein bhi mazaa
aaye jahaan
Aaye jahaan
Aaye ae jahaan
Aanchal bhi sar se dhalakne lagaa
Umangon ka saagar chhalakne lagaa
Koi palkon ko aa ke jhukaaye ae ae ae
Koi koi raat aisi hoti hai ae ae
Jismein koi baat aisi hoti hai
Jo dil se zubaan tak
laayi naa jaaye
Jo dil se zubaan tak
laayi naa jaaye
Aankhon se chhupaayi bhi naa jaaye ae ae
Koi koi raat aisi hoti hai ae
Jismein koi baat aisi hoti hai ae ae

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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कोई कोई रात ऐसी होती है ए ए

कोई कोई रात ऐसी होती है ए ए
कोई कोई रात ऐसी होती है ए ए
जिसमे कोई बात ऐसी होती है
जो दिल से ज़ुबान तक
लायी ना जाए
जो दिल से ज़ुबान तक
लायी ना जाए
आँखों से छुपायी भी ना जाए ए ए
कोई कोई रात ऐसी होती है ए
जिसमे कोई बात ऐसी होती है ए ए

रौशनी दिए की भी
बैरी लगे
बैरी लगे
बैरी ई लगे
चन्दा की चांदनी भी
ज़हरी लगे
ज़हरी लगे
ज़हरी ई लगे
सेज भी है कलियों से महकी हुयी
नैनों में निंदिया है बहकी हुयी
और आने वाला आ के भी ना आये
ए ए ए
कोई कोई रात ऐसी होती है ए ए
जिसमे कोई बात ऐसी होती है ए ए

बेखुदी धीरे धीरे
लायी वहाँ
लायी वहाँ
लायी ई वहाँ
बेक़रारी ई में भी मज़ा
आये जहां
आये जहां
आये ए जहां
आँचल भी सर से ढलकने लगा
उमंगो का सागर छलकने लगा
कोई पलकों को आ के झुकाए ए ए ए
कोई कोई रात ऐसी होती है ए ए
जिसमे कोई बात ऐसी होती है
जो दिल से ज़ुबान तक
लायी ना जाए
जो दिल से ज़ुबान तक
लायी ना जाए
आँखों से छुपायी भी ना जाए ए ए
कोई कोई रात ऐसी होती है ए ए
जिसमे कोई बात ऐसी होती है ए ए


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 :

4000 Post No. : 15099

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2009-19) – Song No. 36
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Welcome all to this ‘pehli taarikh’ of July’2019. We look back to this day ‘ten years back’ in the blog. 01st July’2009 started in the blog with the song from ‘Khota Paisa-1958’, it was followed by a song from ‘Sanjog-1961’, third song of the day was from the 1959 movie ‘Chacha Zindabad’, next song was from the movie ‘Chhailaa Babu-1967’. Fifth song of that day came from 1970 – Man Ki Aankhen. The day was finally rounded off with a song from ‘Preet Ki Dori-1971’.

Today on 1 july 2019, we are starting our day in the blog with a song from the 1971 movie ‘Preet Ki Dori’ which made its debut in the blog on ths day ten years ago.

I am aware of the name of this movie because of HFGK Vol-V and our blog, otherwise I was totally in the dark about this movie. I had neither watched the movie nor heard any of the songs of this movie befoore preparing this post.

The song of ‘Preet Ki Dori-1971’ posted in the blog ten years ago is the only song from this movie covered so far inthe blog. Today’s song, second song from the movie is being posted after a full cycle of ten years 😊

Let us see the “Yippeeee” status for all the other movies whose songs were covered on 01.07.2009;

‘Khotaa Paisaa-1958’ – Not Yippeeee’d (04 of 07 songs posted)
‘Sanjog-1961’ – All Songs Covered
‘Chacha Zindabad-1959’- All Songs Covered
‘Chhailaa Babu-1967’ – All Songs Covered
‘Man Ki Aakhen-1970’-All Songs Covered
‘Preet Ki Dori-1971’ – Only 01 song posted

When I checked for the songs in this movie ‘Preet Ki Dori’, and went through the only song posted on the blog, I found that apart from the male version of this song ‘Milaa jo pyaar to ham pyaar ke qaabil na rahe’ which was discussed in the blog, this song also has a female version (which is also a ‘happy version’). However, on checking the HFGK Vol V I found that it does not mention this song in two versions, and the female version is treated as a different song. I request our editors and other knowledgeable readers to throw light on the same. My guess is that the tune is totally different and couple of words are different in the happy version and that could be the reason for this song being treated as s separate song in HFGK. If this Lata song is considered as second version of the first song posted, then with today’s song sung by Lata, all Lata Mangeshkar songs from this movie will be covered.

‘Preet Ki Dori-1971’ was directed by Satish Kumar for ‘K.S. Pictures, Bombay’. It was produced by Suraj Prakash Seth and presented by Krishna Kumari.

It had Tanuja, Ajay Sahni (Parishit Sahni), Bindu, Nazeer Hussain, Jeevan, Lalita Pawar, Asit Sen, Roopesh Kumar, Mohan Choti, Tuntun, Kumud, Mishrilal, Nikita, Maruti, Randhir, Santosh Kumar, Pal Sharma, Rajnath, Radheyshyam, Soni, Nazeer Kashmiri, Maqbool, Abu Bakar, Dalpat Kaka, Ajeet, N.Reddi, Paul Sharma and a parrot ‘Mitthoo’.

Story, Dialogues and Screenplay of this movie was written by R. Priya Darshi. Editing of this movie was done by Kamlakar.

This movie had total five songs written by Indeewar. Music for this movie was composed by Kalyanji-Anandji.

Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar have given their voices to the songs in this movie. All songs are solo songs where Asha Bhonsle and Lata Mangeshkar have two solos each and one solo song was by Kishore Kumar.

This movie was passed by the Censor Board on 25.09.1971.

Today’s song is sung by Lata Mangeshkar and it is lip synced by Tanuja on screen. Parikshit Sahni is also seen in the picturization of this lovely song as the lady sings for her beloved but hiding from him.

None of the songs of this movie seems to be popular, however they are nice songs to watch and listen.

While covering the first song from the movie, Atul ji had mentioned that the movie had flopped at the box office and that resulted in its songs not getting exposure and popularity with movie lovers.

Let us now enjoy today’s song. This movie is available online for watching. Nevertheless I request our knowledgeable readers, who may have watched this movie during its time to throw light on this movie.


Song-Preet ki dori sainyya tujh sang baandhi (Preet Ki Dori)(1971) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

preet ki dori ee ee ee
preet ki dori sainyya
tujh sang baandhi
tujh sang baandhi

preet ki dori ee ee ee
preet ki dori sainyya
tujh sang baandhi
tujh sang baandhi
ab kya barkhaa aa aa aa
ab kya aandhi
tujh sang baandhi dori
tujh sang baandhi
saat janam ka saath hai saajan
o o ho ho o
saat janam ka saath hai saajan
ye do din ki baat nahin hai
saans ke rehte toot sake jo
saans ke rehte toot sake jo
aisaa apna saath nahin hai
preet ki dori ee ee ee
preet ki dori sainyya
tujh sang baandhi
tujh sang baandhi

kangan to hai tan ka bandhan
ho o ho o o
kangan to hai tan ka bandhan
man ka bandhan preet ki dori
tod naa paayenge jagwaale
tod naa paayenge jagwaale
chor naa kar paayenge chori
preet ki dori ee ee ee
preet ki dori sainyya
tujh sang baandhi
tujh sang baandhi
ab kya barkhaa aa aa aa
ab kya aandhi
tujh sang baandhi dori
tujh sang baandhi

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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प्रीत की डोरी ई ई ई
प्रीत की डोरी सैंय्या
तुझ संग बांधी
तुझ संग बांधी

प्रीत की डोरी ई ई ई
प्रीत की डोरी सैंय्या
तुझ संग बांधी
तुझ संग बांधी
अब क्या बरखा आ आ आ
अब क्या आंधी
तुझ संग बांधी डोरी
तुझ संग बांधी
सात जनम का साथ है साजन
ओ ओ हो हो ओ
सात जनम का साथ है साजन
ये दो दिन की बात नहीं है
सांस के रहते टूट सके जो
सांस के रहते टूट सके जो
ऐसा अपना साथ नहीं है
प्रीत की डोरी ई ई ई
प्रीत की डोरी सैंय्या
तुझ संग बांधी
तुझ संग बांधी

कंगन तो है तन का बंधन
हो ओ हो ओ ओ
कंगन तो है तन का बंधन
मन का बंधन प्रीत की डोरी
तोड़ ना पायेंगे जगवाले
तोड़ ना पायेंगे जगवाले
चोर ना कर पायेंगे चोरी
प्रीत की डोरी ई ई ई
प्रीत की डोरी सैंय्या
तुझ संग बांधी
तुझ संग बांधी
अब क्या बरखा आ आ आ
अब क्या आंधी
तुझ संग बांधी डोरी
तुझ संग बांधी


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Blog Day :

3997 Post No. : 15094 Movie Count :

4143

“Jaggu”(1975) was directed by Sameer Ganguly for R M Art Prouctions, Bombay. This “social” movie had Shatrughan Sinha, Leena Chandawarkar, Imtiaz, Jagdeep, Jyoti, Purnima, Shetty, Hercules, Aazaad, Daljeet, Nawaab, Prakash Mishra, Indira Bansal, Moolchand, Viju Khote, Bholanath, Anwar Hussain etc in it. In addition, there were special appearances by Bindu, aruna Irani, Bhagwan Dada, Kamal, Master Cheeku, Paintal, Mohan Choti, Keshav Rana etc.

The movie had six songs in it. I do not seem to have heard any of these songs during its time. It basically means that the movie had flopped at the box office and the songs failed to become popular.

Here is the first song from “Jaggu”(1975) to appear in the blog. This song was sung by Lata. S H Bihari is the lyricist. Music is composed by Sonik Omi.

The song is lip synced by Leena Chandawarkar who is seeding riing a horse supported by Shatrughan Sinha. Now, singing a song while riding a horse is as herculean a task as singing a song while playing a grand piano, but our lead actors are shown pulling off this superhuman feat with ease in movies after movies. 🙂

The music sounds in parts like Laxmikant Pyarelal, while at other places it sounds like R D Burman. That was normal practice with most small time music directors of those days.

With this song, “Jaggu”(1975) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Pyaar mein tere piya aisa tadpa re jiya (Jaggu)(1975) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-S H Bihari, MD-Sonik Omi

Lyrics

pyaar mein tere piya
aisa tadpa re jiya
pyaar mein tere piya
aisa tadpa re jiya
hmm
bin bulaaye hi paas tere aane lagi
tere sapnon se jeevan sajaane lagi
pyaar mein tere piya
aisa tadpa re jiya
pyar mein tere piya
aisa tadpa re jiya
hmm
bin bulaaye hi paas tere aane lagi
tere sapnon se jeevan sajaane lagi
pyaar mein tere piya
aisa tadpa re jiya

kitne hain jaane tere roop saanwre
khojte huye re mere nain baawre
kitne hain jaane tere roop saanwre
khojte huye re mere nain baawre
aisi khushi paayi
paayi paayi
paas tere aayi
aayi aayi
paas tere aake maine
aisi khushi paayi re piya
ke jaawani bhi meri gungunaane lagi
tere sapnon se jeevan sajaane lagi
pyaar mein tere piya
aisa tadpa re jiya
pyaar mein tere piya
aisa tadpa re jiya

bagiya ho sooni jo bahaar ke bina
jeevan ka mol nahin pyaar ke bina
hmm
bagiya ho sooni jo bahaar ke bina
jeevan ka mol nahin pyaar ke bina
phaili hui baahen
baahen baahen
dekhen teri raahen
raahen raahen
dekhen teri raahen meri phaili hui baahen re piya
de sahaara mujhe
main dagmagaane lagi
tere sapnon se jeevan sajaane lagi
pyaar mein tere piya
aisa tadpa re jiya
pyar mein tere piya
aisa tadpa re jiya
hmm
bin bulaaye hi paas tere aane lagi
tere sapnon se jeevan sajaane lagi
pyaar mein tere piya
aisa tadpa re jiya
pyaar mein tere piya
aisa tadpa re jiya
hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm
lalalalalalala
lalalalala


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Blog Day : 3988 Post No. : 15077

“Garam Khoon”(1980) was produced by Tez Nath Zar and it was directed by A Salaam for Zar International, Bombay. This movie had Vinod Khanna, Sulakshana Pandit, Bindu, Ajit, K.N.Singh, Nazir Hussain, Dhumal, Keshto Mukherjee, Brahmachari, Ram Avtaar, Satish Kaul, Helen, Uma Dhawan, Johnny Whisky, Hercules, Shivaraj, Imthiaz Khan, Chand,Shashi Puri, Rajan Haksar, Sulochana Latkar, C.L.Shah, Dog Tiger, Kamal Roy, Komila Virk, Master Raja, Nilofer, Master Rana, Pratibha Sinha, Ratan Gaurang, S.Mauji, Sabi Oberoi,Sheel Kumar, Shetty, Shyam etc in it.

The movie had five songs in it. Two songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from the movie to appear in the blog. this song is sung by Lata. Singhaar is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shankar Jaikishan.

The song is picturised on Sulakshana Pandit and Vinod Khanna.

According to a comment in youtube, Singhaar was none other than Sharda, the favurite singer of Shankar. I have assumed that this information is correct.I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on this matter.


Song-Ik chehra dil ke qareeb aata hai (Garam Khoon)(1980) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Singhaar, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics

Ik chehra dil ke kareeb aata hai
khayaalon ko door door le jaata hai
ik chehra dil ke kareeb aata hai
khayaalon ko door door le jaata hai
ik chehra

mausam pe jawaani hai
raahon mein sitaare hain aen
mausam pe jawaani hai
raahon mein sitare hain
jab wo hai nigaahon mein
duniya mein bahaaren hain aen
ik chehra dil ke kareeb aata hai
khayaalon ko door door le jaata hai
ik chehra

madmaati ye raaten hain
jalwon ki baaraaten hain
madmaati ye raaten hain
jalwon ki baaraaten hain
sochoon to bahak jaaun
kuchh aapas ki baaten hain aen
ik chehra dil ke kareeb aata hai
khayaalon ko door door le jaata hai
ik chehra

khushbu si jo mehki hai
shaayad koi aaya hai ae
khushbu si jo mehki hai
shaayad koi aaya hai
khaamosh ishaaron se
mehfil ko sajaaya hai ae
ik chehra dil ke kareeb aata hai
khayaalon ko door door le jaata hai
ik chehra


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