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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 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 : 3734 Post No. : 14680

6th October, he would have been 72. Life is such. It always, well almost, seems as if this was not the time to go. But this passage is such – no one has any say about it. One can only express emotions and reflect upon the loss. And then there are souls, people who are more close to heart than others. And the loss, the vacuum, seems to be bigger and deeper.

A person who once had declared that “. . . cricket, not films, is my first love”. At school, college and local club levels, he played a fair amount of good cricket, in the company of would be test players like Eknath Solkar and Budhi Kunderan. But then, he settled for a career in films, when he realized that he could never be a Vishwanath. [Author’s Note: These references are excerpted from an interview with Illustrated Weekly of India, in 1979.]

Born in 1946, he was not even a year old, when the family moved from Peshawar (now in Pakistan) to Bombay, when the partition happened in 1947. There was a temporary back and forth movement of the family between Bombay to Delhi (1957) and then back to Bombay (1960). Throughout his school and college days, he had a very normal progression of life, playing cricket and watching films. He aspired to be a cricketer, and also, he was enamoured by films.

As he stepped into his 20s, and completed his college education, a meeting with Sunil Dutt brought to him his break in films. Sunil Dutt was in preparation for his film ‘Mann Ka Meet’ (1968) which was intended to be a launch vehicle for Som Dutt, his younger brother`. Vinod played the a grey villain type role in this film. Some of his next few assignments followed in the same vein – supporting roles or villain’s roles – ‘Purab Aur Paschim’, ‘Aan Milo Sajna’, ‘Sachcha Jhootha’, ‘Mastana’ in 1970 and ‘Elaan’ and ‘Mera Gaon Mera Desh’ in 1971.

1971 is also the kind of firming-up an take-off year for Vinod. This year came his first film as an action hero in ‘Hum, Tum Aur Woh’. Also, this year was released the much acclaimed ‘Mere Apne’, produced and directed by Gulzar. A sensitive film about coming of age youngsters and the growing angst among the new generation, Vinod was cast in a strong lead role, challenged by another equally strong role of Shatrughan Sinha, the two heading competitor street gangs in a typical city in India.

Come 1973, and Gulzar cast him in the lead role in an off-beat theme on the commercial circuit – and a surprise songless film no less from this poet and film maker. ‘Achanak’ takes on where ‘Ye Raaste Hain Pyaar Ke’ (1963) faded out ten years earlier. Loosely connected with the famous/infamous Nanavati case (1959-61) from real life, the film takes off from the point where, in real life, the jury’s verdict of not guilty (at the Session Court level) was overturned by the Bombay High Court and awarded life imprisonment to the accused. The film was critically acclaimed – and so was the lead role played by Vinod.

Quite well considered as an established actor by this time, we see him in 1974, in the role of a college lecturer in ‘Imtihan’. A string of action films continues, far too many to be listed. I will follow him through the films that I actually viewed in that decade – ‘Aarop’ and ‘Haath Ki Safai’ in 1974, ‘Shaque’ and ‘Hera Pheri’ in 1976, ‘Parvarish’ in 1977, ‘Inkaar’ and ‘Main Tulsi Tere Aangan Ki’ in 1978, ‘Meera’ in 1979 and ‘The Burning Train’ in 1980. I am sure you will say I missed some. Yes, surely did. Just for a special mention – the highest grossers and the most popular films of their years – ‘Amar Akbar Anthony’ in 1977, ‘Muqaddar Ka Sikandar’ in 1978 and ‘Qurbani’ in 1980. With a portfolio as the one sampled above, the career discussion is fully represented, even if we choose not to mention his films that came later.

His film career was punctuated between 1982 and 1986, when he took a self-imposed leave from his career and went to stay with Osho, or Guru Rajnish. But whatever the circumstances may have been, he returned to the industry in 1987, and just continued without a pause with his career.

Vinod Khanna passed away on 27th April last year (2017).

Remembering him on his birth anniversary, here is a lesser known, but a wonderfully performed song from the film ‘Aadha Din Aadhi Raat’ from 1977. The film is from the banner of Bharati International, Madras and is directed by Dhundi. The star cast includes Asha Parekh, Vinod Khanna, Shabana Azmi, Prem Chopra, Om Shivpuri, Jalal Agha, Jayshree T, Prem Bedi, TP Jain, Surendra Nath, Kirti Kumar, Pratima Devi, Vishu Raje, Makranee, Shobha Harman, Ranjeet, and Keshto Mukherjee etc.

The song is penned by Anand Bakshi and the music is by Laxmikant Pyaarelal. The scene is a party, ostensibly at the residence of Prem Chopra, in honor of a certain person / friend returning from abroad. It is apparent that Vinod Khanna is in disguise and masquerading as that friend of Prem Chopra. Shabana, who plays the role of Prem Chopra’s daughter, is offended at the wooing advances being made by this foreign returned gentleman whom she quite clearly does not fancy. The body language and the silent exchanges indicate that Prem Chopra is trying to make her stay on in the party, so possibly there is some business angle to this interaction also. And the presence of some dangerous looking characters in the party frame, indicates that the ‘business’ that Prem Chopra is pursuing is not really a good happy one.

Menewhile in the CSP (comic side plot), apparently the real ‘foreign returned’ gentleman has been kidnapped by our hero and is being held captive, with the help of his side kick – Jalal Agha.

The actual gentleman who is being forcibly kept away from the prospecting party event, is the character actor by the name TP Jain. In 1960s and 70s, TP Jain was a very active figure in the Delhi theatre circles and a very active presence in the plays on Delhi Doordarshan.

This song reminds one of “Priye Praneshwari” (‘Hum, Tum Aur Woh’, 1971), a similar disguise song, albeit a suited booted version.

Enjoy this farcical performance, and a lesser known lilting melody – “Main London Chhod Ke Aa Gaya”.


Song – Main London Chhod Ke Aa Gaya (Aadha Din Aadhi Raat) (1977) Singer – Kishore Kumar, Lyrics – Anand Bakshi, MD – Laxmikant Pyaarelal
Unidentified Male Voice
Unidentified Female Voice
Chorus

Lyrics

hmmmmm mmmmmmmm
mmmmmmm mmmmmmmm

hey..ey..ey
mmmmmmm mmmmmmmm

haa..aa..aa..aa..aa

baahar jaa ke maine
fashion dekhe aise aise
kaise kaise
arey baalon ka cut bhi ek jaisa
ha ha ha ha ha
aur kapde bhi
ik jaise
arey ladka hai ya ladki hai
koi pehchaane kaise
aa he pagdi baandh ke main gaya tha
ke pagdi baandh ke main gaya tha
chunri odh ke aa gaya
main london chhod ke aa gaya
aa gaya..aa..aa
main london chhod ke aa gaya
aa gaya..aa..aa
main london chhod ke aa gaya

maine london jaa ke babli
paisa bahut kamaaya
maine london jaa ke babli
paisa bahut kamaaya
motor le li
chauffer rakha
bangla naya banaaya
khaali bangley
mein rehne se lekin mazaa na aaya
khaali bangley
mein rehne se lekin mazaa na aaya
teri yaad jo aai to main
teri yaad jo aai to
teri yaad jo aai to
main waapas daud kea a gaya
main london chhod ke aa gaya
aa gaya..aa..aa
main london chhod ke aa gaya
aa gaya..aa..aa
main london chhod ke aa gaya

gori memen lipstick powder
na kaajal na bindiya
gori memen lipstick powder
na kaajal na bindiya
ye rang roop kahaan jo loote
ek nazar mein nindiya
made in foreign se achha hai
kuchh bhi made in india
made in foreign se achha hai
kuchh bhi made in india
mere paas thi jitni cheezen
mere paas thi jitni cheezen
mere paas thi jitni cheezen
saari tod kea a gaya
main london chhod ke aa gaya
aa gaya..aa..aa
main london chhod ke aa gaya
aa gaya..aa..aa
main london chhod ke aa gaya

babli
tum bhi gaao
la lalla la laa
la lalla la laa
arey aap log bhi gaao na bhai
la lalla la laa
lallaa lallal lal laa
la lalla la laa
lallaa lallal lal laa
la lalla la laa
lallaa lallal lal laa

mushkil se rehta hai saath
wahaan par koi joda
arey mushkil se rehta hai saath
wahaan par koi joda
sabka hai dastoor
ke is ko pakda us ko chhoda
london ki ik madam ne jab
london ki ik madam ne jab
mere dil ko toda
tere pyaar se toote dil ke
tere pyaar se toote dil ke
tukde jod ke aa gaya
main london chhod ke aa gaya
aa gaya..aa..aa
main london chhod ke aa gaya
aa gaya..aa..aa
main london chhod ke aa

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हम्ममममम म्मममममम
म्ममममममम म्मममममम

हे ए॰॰ए॰॰ए
म्ममममममम म्मममममम

हा॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आ

बाहर जा के मैंने
फ़ैशन देखे ऐसे ऐसे
कैसे कैसे
अरे बालों का कट भी एक जैसा
हा हा हा हा हा
और कपड़े भी
एक जैसे
अरे लड़का है या लड़की है
कोई पहचाने कैसे
आ हे पगड़ी बांध के मैं गया था
के पगड़ी बांध के मैं गया था
चुनरी ओढ़ के आ गया
मैं लंदन छोड़ के आ गया
आ गया॰॰आ॰॰आ
मैं लंदन छोड़ के आ गया
आ गया॰॰आ॰॰आ
मैं लंदन छोड़ के आ गया

मैंने लंदन जा के बबली
पैसा बहुत कमाया
मैंने लंदन जा के बबली
पैसा बहुत कमाया
मोटर ले ली
शौफ्फर रखा
बंगला नया बनाया
खाली बंगले में रहने से
लेकिन मज़ा ना आया
तेरी याद जो आई तो मैं
तेरी याद जो आई तो
तेरी याद जो आई तो
तेरी याद जो आई तो मैं
वापस दौड़ के आ गया
मैं लंदन छोड़ के आ गया
आ गया॰॰आ॰॰आ
मैं लंदन छोड़ के आ गया
आ गया॰॰आ॰॰आ
मैं लंदन छोड़ के आ गया

गोरी मेमें लिपस्टिक पौडर
ना काजल ना बिंदिया
गोरी मेमें लिपस्टिक पौडर
ना काजल ना बिंदिया
ये रंग रूप कहाँ जो लूटे
एक नज़र में नींदिया
मेड इन फौरन से अच्छा है
कुछ भी मेड इन इंडिया
मेड इन फौरन से अच्छा है
कुछ भी मेड इन इंडिया
मेरे पास थी जितनी चीज़ें
मेरे पास थी जितनी चीज़ें
सार तोड़ के आ गया
मैं लंदन छोड़ के आ गया
आ गया॰॰आ॰॰आ
मैं लंदन छोड़ के आ गया
आ गया॰॰आ॰॰आ
मैं लंदन छोड़ के आ गया

बबली
तुम भी गाओ
ला लल्ल ला लाss
ला लल्ल ला लाss
अरे आप लोग भी गाओ ना भई
ला लल्ल ला लाss
लाल्ला लल्ललल ला ला
ला लल्ल ला लाss
लाल्ला लल्ललल ला ला
ला लल्ल ला लाss
लाल्ला लल्ललल ला ला

मुश्किल से रहता है साथ
वहाँ पर कोई जोड़ा
मुश्किल से रहता है साथ
वहाँ पर कोई जोड़ा
सबका है दस्तूर
के इसको पकड़ा उसको छोड़ा
लंदन की इक मैडम ने जब
लंदन की इक मैडम ने जब
मेरे दिल को तोड़ा
तेरे प्यार से टूटे दिल के
तेरे प्यार से टूटे दिल के
टुकड़े जोड़ के आ गया
मैं लंदन छोड़ के आ गया
आ गया॰॰आ॰॰आ
मैं लंदन छोड़ के आ गया
आ गया॰॰आ॰॰आ
मैं लंदन छोड़ के आ

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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 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 : 3730 Post No. : 14674

Mohammed Rafi – Duets – ‘अ’  से  ‘ह’ तक  (From ‘अ’ to ‘ह’) – 25
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‘ब’ – बाँके तीरंदाज़ जान ले ले ना हो नाराज़ ॰ ॰ ॰

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अभी ना जाओ छोड़ कर
के दिल अभी भरा नहीं॰ ॰ ॰ 

कब तक हम यही कहते रहें, आप तो छोड़ कर वहाँ चले गए, जहां हमारी आवाज़ भी नहीं पहुँचती।

[Pray till when do we keep saying this, you have left and gone to a place where our voice does not reach you]

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Skipping the letter ‘फ’ – no more songs available as applicable this series, starting with this letter. We come to ‘ब’.

This song from the obscure 1958 film ‘Sun To Le Haseena’, is an unfamiliar but a very lovely melody from the mind of S Mohinder. The film is a social drama coming from the famous Filmistan Studios, Bombay, and is directed by SP Bakshi. The Geet Kosh lists seven songs for this film. These seven songs are written by four songwriters – Saarshaar Sailiaani, Rahil Gorakhpuri, Anand Bakshi and Kaif Irfani. Today’s song is penned by Anand Bakshi. The music director is S Mohinder. Singing voices are of Rafi Sb and Asha Bhosle.

The cast of actors for this film is listed as Shashikala, Ravindra Kapoor, Agha, P Kailash, Badri Prasad, Randhir, Gulab, Sabita Chatterjee, Kanu Rai, Manju, Manohar Geer, Vitthal Das Panchotia, Madhu Apte, Ramlal, Leela, Bazid Khan, Rajeshwar Singh, Noor, Chandramohan, Pathak, Shantaram, Ravi Tandon, Sundar, Pal.

The leading man Ravindra Kapoor, younger brother of actor Kamal Kapoor, belongs to the Kapoor family, and is a first cousin of the Raj Kapoor generation. Folks will remember Nasir Hussain’s 1971 film ‘Caravan’. In this film, Jeetendra has two assistants / cleaners in his truck business. One is Junior Mehmood, and the other is Ravindra Kapoor. Ravindra Kapoor did not make a successful and popular career in Hindi films as a leading hero. However, he was quite a hit in Punjabi films in 1960s, and was a very popular leading man in that time. Some of his Punjabi films include ‘Sherni’  (1973), ‘Kankan De Ohle’  (1970), ‘Dupatta’  (1969), ‘Mukhra Chan Warga’  (1969), ‘Paun Baran’  (1969), ‘Punjabi Munda’  (1968), ‘Pind De Kuri’ (1967), ‘Khed Preetan Di’  (1967), ‘Neem Hakeem’  (1967), ‘Kunwari’  (1966), ‘Gabroo Desh Punjab De’  (1966), ‘Laiye Tod Nibhaiye’  (1966), ‘Shokan Mele Di’  (1965), ‘Saat Saaliyan’  (1964), ‘Mere Haaniyan’  (1963), ‘Pardesi Dhola’  (1959), ‘Chambe Di Kali’ etc.

From 1970 onwards, he is known better by the name Goga Kapoor. In Hindi films, as per the Geet Kosh listings (till 1980), he has appeared in 20 films (there are more films listed post 1980 when we check online), of which about 7 or 8 are as leading man, opposite to heroines like Shashikala, Ameeta and Indrani Mukherjee. In the remaining appearances, he is in character artist roles. In his later years, he was doing more villain and gangster type roles. He passed away in 2011.

[Note: With tongue in cheek, I reveal my personal connection to this clan. My mother’s second cousin on her maternal side of the family (from Simla) is/was married to Ravindra Kapoor. 🙂 ]

The song is sung by Rafi Sb and Asha Bhosle. It is a lively nok-jhonk exchange between lovers. Only the audio of this song is available, so it is not possible say who has sung it on screen. It could be Ravindra Kapoor and Shashikala, or it could be Agha, and one of the supporting ladies. I request other knowledgeable readers and friends to please add more information about this song and this film, if available.

Listen to this racy song. Peevesie’s Mom commented earlier today that “. . . josh which only Mohd. Rafi could bring to a song no matter who is lip syncing.” So true, the one and only Rafi Sb.
Enjoy this song.

Song – Baanke Teerandaaz Jaan Le Le Na Ho Naraaz  (Sun To Le Haseena) (1958) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Anand Bakshi, MD – S Mohinder

Lyrics 

hoy baanke teerandaaz
jaan le le na ho naraaz
o baanke teerandaaz
jaan le le na ho naraaz
nazron waala teer
maar dil chiir
chhod ye naaz
arre jaa re dhokhebaaz
maut ko de na tu awaaz
arre jaa re dhokhebaaz
maut ko de na tu awaaz
kar doongi main shor
chhed na aur
baaz aa baaz
arre waah re waah
baanke teerandaaz
jaan le le na ho naraaz

maan bhi ja ik baar mila ke aankh zara tu has de
chaahe phir apni zehreeli zulfon se tu das de
haaye das de das de das de
oy
yun na mujhko tok
raasta tu na mera rok
yun na mujhko tok
raasta tu na mera rok
kar doongi main shor
chhed na aur
baaz aa baaz
achha
baanke teerandaaz
jaan le le na ho naraaz

door door se baat mohabbat waali kar le kar le
mujhse kuchh na poochh tujhe marna hai to le mar le
arre mar le mar le mar le
arre waah re waah
waah meri sarkaar
rooth ke hoga kaise pyaar
waah meri sarkaar
rooth ke hoga kaise pyaar
nazron waala teer
maar dil chiir
chhod ye naaz
hoy jaa re dhokhebaaz
maut ko de na tu awaaz

haaye ghazab ki cheez hai tu kyon tadpaaye tarsaaye
yun na mujhko ghoor mujhe kuchh ho na jaaye haaye
aji haaye haaye haaye haaye
haaye haaye
o sadqe main qurbaan
chhod sharmaana meri jaan
o sadqe main qurbaan
chhod sharmaana meri jaan
nazron waala teer
maar dil chiir
chhod ye naaz
jaa re dhokhebaaz
maut ko de na tu awaaz
jaa re dhokhebaaz
maut ko de na tu awaaz

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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होय बाँके तीरंदाज़
जान ले ले ना हो नाराज़
ओ बाँके तीरंदाज़
जान ले ले ना हो नाराज़
नज़रों वाला तीर
मार दिल चीर
छोड़ ये नाज़
अरे जा रे धोखेबाज़
मौत को दे ना तू आवाज़
अरे जा रे धोखेबाज़
मौत को दे ना तू आवाज़
कर दूँगी मैं शोर
छेड़ ना और
बाज़ आ बाज़
अरे वाह रे वह
बाँके तीरंदाज़
जान ले ले ना हो नाराज़

मान भी जा इक बार मिला के आँख ज़रा तू हस दे
चाहे फिर अपनी जहरीली ज़ुल्फों से तू डस दे
हाए डस दे डस दे डस दे
ओय
यूं ना मुझको टोक
रस्ता तू ना मेरा रोक
यूं ना मुझको टोक
रस्ता तू ना मेरा रोक
कर दूँगी मैं शोर
छेड़ ना और
बाज़ आ बाज़
अच्छा
बाँके तीरंदाज़
जान ले ले ना हो नाराज़

दूर दूर से बात मोहब्बत वाली कर ले कर ले
मुझसे कुछ ना पूछ तुझे मारना है तो ले मर ले
अरे मर ले मर ले मर ले
अरे वाह रे वाह
वाह मेरी सरकार
रूठ के होगा कैसे प्यार
वाह मेरी सरकार
रूठ के होगा कैसे प्यार
नज़रों वाला तीर
मार दिल चीर
छोड़ ये नाज़
होय जा रे धोखेबाज़
मौत को दे ना तू आवाज़

हाए ग़ज़ब की चीज़ है तू क्यों तड़पाये तरसाये
यूं ना मुझको घूर मुझे कुछ हो ना जाये हाए
अजी हाए हाए हाए हाए
हाए हाए
ओ सद्क़े मैं क़ुरबान
छोड़ शरमाना मेरी जान
ओ सद्क़े मैं क़ुरबान
छोड़ शरमाना मेरी जान
नज़रों वाला तीर
मार दिल चीर
छोड़ ये नाज़
जा रे धोखेबाज़
मौत को दे ना तू आवाज़
जा रे धोखेबाज़
मौत को दे ना तू आवाज़


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Blog Day : 3647 Post No. : 14480

There are some artists who are known for playing serious roles and then there are some others who are known for their light hearted roles. What happens when the twains meet ?

When the actor playing light hearted stuff is Kishore Kumar then one can be assured that he would have the effect of spreading cheers and laughter all around even if he is in the company of serious looking people.

In the past, we have seen Kishore Kumar acting opposite tragedy queens like Meena Kumari and Nutan, and the results were comedy movies.

Here is another such example. Here Kishore Kumar ties up with a somble lyricist (Gulzar) and a sombre music director (Hemant Kumar). And what is the result ? A rip roariring comic song.

Here is this song from “Raahgeer”(1969). This comedy sung is sung to the tune of “Om Jai Jagdeesh Hare”. But it is no bhajan. This song takes the micky out of “Vaidhya” viz village doctors. Just listen to this rip roaring song. Surprisingly, this song has ended up becoming an obscure song. It deserrves to find its place among Kishore Kumar’s memorable comedy songs.


Song-Vaidh ke palle pade (Raahgeer)(1969) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Gulzar, MD-Hemant Kumar

Lyrics

hmhm
ang ang mein aag lagi hai
arre arre haab
jod jod mein jwaala
chooran goli dawa na de to
dede zahar ka pyaala
haan aan aan aan aan

vaidh ke palle pade
kaise vaid ke palle pade
marta mar jaaye rog se rogi
vaidh se kaun lade
aise vaidh se kaun lade
vaidh ke palle pade
kaise vaidh ke palle pade
arre marta mar jaaye rog se rogi
vaidh se kaun lade
aise vaidh se kaun lade
haan

roz savere mandir jaaye
om namah shivaay
namah namah namah namah namah
paise na parsaad chadhaaye
kahta hai koi le gaya haiga
bhagwan de de mauqa aisa
bhagwan de de
he he he he he he
ke sabko taap chade
kaise vaidh ke palle pade
vaidh ke palle pade
kaise vaidh ke palle pade
arre marta mar jaaye rog se rogi
vaidh se kaun lade
aise vaidh se kaun lade

vaid ne ek sansaar basaaya
har praani beemaar banaaya
vaid ne ek sansaar basaaya
har praani beemaar banaaya
kaanon se bahre bechaare
rone se andhe hon saare
rone se
ae ae ae ae ae ae hey
hey
arre hanse to daant jhade
kaise vaidh ke palle pade
vaidh ke palle pade
kaise vaidh ke palle pade
arre marta mar jaaye rog se rogi
vaidh se kaun lade
aise vaidh se kaun lade


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Blog Day : 3624 Post No. : 14444

“Aulaad”(1954) was produced by Kuldeep Sahgal and directed by Mohan Saigal for Kuldeep Pictures, Bombay. This “social” movie had Nirupa Roy, Balraj Sahni, Usha Kiran, Arun, Prabhu, Ramesh Kapoor, Lalita Kumari, Radhakishan etc in it.

This obscure movie had six obscure songs in it. One song has been covered in the past.

Here is the second song from “Aulaad”(1954) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Shamshad Begam and Mubarak Begam. Vishwamitra Adil is the lyricist. Music is composed by Sardar Malik.

Only the audio of this song is available. The song itself is an obscure and rare song. It is a light hearted song. From the sounds of it, the song is about two kids finding themselves alone in their home and they decide to play the game of “school school”. 🙂

It is the first and only duet sung by the pair of Shamshad Begam and Mubarak Begam as far as I can remember. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of this song.

The lyrics are quite interesting but I have failed to note down the full lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable in the song.


Song-Aaj gharwaale ghar nahin bhaiyya (Aulaad)(1954) Singer-Shamshad Begam, Mubarak Begam, Lyrics-Vishwamitra Adil, MD-Sardar Malik

Lyrics

Aaj gharwaale ghar nahin bhaiyya
oy Aaj gharwaale ghar nahin bhaiyya
o tata thaiyya
o taata thaiyya
?? ka bhi dar nahin bhaiyya
?? ka jee dar nahin bhaiyya
o tata thaiyya
o taata thaiyya
tata thaiyya
tata thaiyya
tata thaiyya
Aaj gharwaale ghar nahin bhaiyya

aao band bajaaye
?? tu
aao band bajaaye
aao band bajaaye
?? tu
tum aur main
nahin I and you
tum aur main
nahin I and you
laraularalu laralu
laraularalu laralu
ukkad dukkad bamba bo
assee nabbe poora sau

baazar gayi hai maiyya
o baazar gayi hai maiyya
Aaj gharwaale ghar nahin bhaiyya
o tata thaiyya
o taata thaiyya

?? ka bhi dar nahin bhaiyya
o tata thaiyya
o taata thaiyya
tata thaiyya
tata thaiyya
taata thaiyya
Aaj gharwaale ghar nahin bhaiyya

aa tujhko padhaaun A B C D
Cat maane chooha
Rat maane chooha
galat galat
chal kaan pakad
chal naak ragad
haay teacher jee badi bhool huyi
peetoon one chal
murga ban chal
murga ban
kukdu kukad koon
kukdu koon
tu kaanon mein ??
haay daiyya
haay daiyya
haay daiyya
Aaj gharwaale ghar nahin bhaiyya
o Aaj gharwaale ghar nahin bhaiyya
o tata thaiyya
o taata thaiyya
tumhe ?? ka bhi dar nahin bhaiyya
tumhe ?? ka bhi dar nahin bhaiyya
o tata thaiyya
o taata thaiyya
tata thaiyya
taata thaiyya
taata thaiyya


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Blog Day : 3600 Post No. : 14367

Today (27 may 2018) is the 3600th day for the blog. A quick mental calculation would show that one year has 365 days so ten years has (365 x 10) + 3 =3653 days. In other words, this blog is just 53 days short of turning TEN years old.

A quick mental calculation would also show that 3600 x 4 = 14400. We would have been at song number 14400, if we were going at a rate of four songs a day. We were indeed maintaining that rate till two weeks ago. But now we have falleed behind that strike rate. Hopefully we will soon catch up on this strike rate.

Arriving at this century mark- an “artificial” century mark, as I like to describe such landmarks, calls for celebration. No, not some serious grim kind of celebration, but a rather light hearted silly kind of celebration.

I have stumbled upon just the kind of song that serves as an appropriately silly kind of song for the occasion. This song does not have the word “silly” in it, but it contains plentiful of words rhyming with “silly”. 🙂

This song is from a movie that is called “Laalten”(1956). “Laalten”(1956) was directed by Harish for Harish Productions, Bombay. The movie had Geeta Bali, Motilal, Kanhaiyalal, Shammi, Mukri, Indira Bansal, Indu Paul, Harish, Uma Dutt, Mohan Choti, Nazir Kashmiri, Ravikant, Kanwal Dukhiya, Arvind Kumar, Shakeel Nomani, Bishan Khanna, T N Charlie, A Qadir, Ratan Gaurang, Fazal Karim, Hameed Majnu, Bismillah, Nawab Kashmiri, Kamal Mohan etc. with Bhudo Advani in guest appearance.

This rare movie, which sounds like a fun movie had eight songs in it. Three song from the movie has been covered in the past. The previous song from this movie has appeared on day number 2986. So this song appears after a passage of another 614 days !

This “silly” fun song is sung by Balbir and Geeta Dutt. Shewan Rizvi, normally associated with “serious” songs lets his hair down penning the fun lyrics of this song. Hemant Kumar, normally associated with serious sombre kind of music also enjoys himself likewise. 🙂

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw laalten light 🙂 on the movie as well as on the picturisation of this song.


Song-O lily lily lily lily lily (Laalten)(1956) Singers-Balbir, Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Shewan Rizvi, MD-Hemant Kumar

Lyrics

o lily lily lily lily lily
o lily lily lily lily lily
tu thham ja mere aage
aa gayi billi
o lily lily lily lily lily
o lily lily lily lily lily
tu thham ja
mere aage aa gayi billi

main johny se apne
chali hoon milne dilli
main johny se apne
chali hoo milne dilli

chilli lily chilli lily chilli lily
o lily lily lily lily lily
o lily lily lily lily lily
tu thham ja
mere aage aa gayi billi

o lily lily lily lily lily
tu johny ko chocholate khilaati
mujhko aankh dikhaati hai
ye kiska toone naam liya
jo maine dil ko thaam liyaa

o god zara tu dekh ise
mere dil pe teer chalaati hai
ye mujhko fool banaati hai
chilli lily chilli lily chilli lily
o lily lily lily lily lily
o lily lily lily lily lily
tu thham ja
mere aage aa gayi billi

o lily lily lily lily lily
main teri adaa pe marta hoon
tu johny ka dam bharti hain
johny mera lovely dilbar
tu hai uske aage bandar
johny mera lovely dilbar
tu hai uskae aage bandar

o god zara tu dekh ise
ye meri jaan jalaati hai
ye dekh mujhko fool banaati hai
chilli lily chilli lily chilli lily
o lily lily lily lily lily
o lily lily lily lily lily
tu thham ja
mere aage aa gayi billi
main johny se apne chali hoon milne dilli
main johny se apne chali hoon milne dilli
chilli lily chilli lily chilli lily


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Blog Day : 3551 Post No. : 14247

“Baazigar”(1959) was produced by Ram Dayal and directed by Nanabhai Bhatt for Mukul Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Nirupa Roy, Jairaj, Tiwari, Romi, Nazi, Helen, Mridula, Rana, Samson, Rajan Kapoor, Jagdish Kamal, Poonam Kapoor, Bimla, Jeewankala, Rafiq, Hanuman, Balaram, Narayan, Shafi, Dhondhu, Bihari, Vitthal, Sundar, Shammi, Majnu, Tiger (the dog), Mushtaq (the horse) etc in it.

This movie had six songs in it.

Four songs from the movie has been discussed in the past.

Here is the fifth song from the movie to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Balbir, Rafi and Geeta Dutt. Prem Dhawan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Chitragupta.

Only the audio of this song is available. It sounds like a light hearted roadside tamasha song picturised on two male and one female performers , both men wooing the lady. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


song-Do do hain deewaane mere parwaane (Baazigar)(1959) Singers-Balbir, Rafi, Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Prem Dhawan, MD-Chitragupta
Balbir + Rafi

Lyrics

tu jo kahe
taare bhi laa doon main
tere liye aankhen bichha doon main
main to dil de doon
arre main jaan de doon
aji waah waah waah waah
do do hain deewaane
mere parwaane
mushqil mein jaan meri phans gayi jee

haay haay haay haay haay haay haay
do do hain deewaane
mere parwaane
mushqil mein jaan meri phans gayi jee

kahaan jaayen gori
bholi nazar tori
dil mein hamaare to bas gayi ji

lattu hai tum pe jaise bhi chaaho ghumaaya karo
popat hoon tera
aise bhi mujhko bulaaya karo
aji dekha hai
kabhi ?? bhi
aisi soorat se ulfat main kya karoon baaba
do do hain deewaane
mere parwaane
mushqil mein jaan meri phans gayi jee

hoy
kahaan jaayen gori
bholi nazar tori
dil mein hamaare to bas gayi jee

dekha hai tum ko jab se hamen chaand pheeka lage
dil to wohi hai jispe tera teer teekha lage
aji maske se main na fisloongi
ye to marji hai dil ki main kya karoon baba
do do hain deewaane
mere parwaane
muskil mein jaan meri fas gayi ji

o ho ho
kahaan jaayen gori
bholi nazar tori
dil mein hamaare to bas gayi jee

hum hain deewaane
mar jaayenge dekh dar pe tere

kuchh soch le tu
ilzaam aayega sar pe tere
aji socha hai
aji samjha hai
chale aaye ho marne
main kya karoon baaba
do do hai deewaane
mere parwaane
mushqil mein jaan meri phans gayi ji

aisa hi hoga
kahaan jaayen gori
bholi nazar tori
dil mein hamaare to bas gayi jee
jee jee jee jee


This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, 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 : 3544 Post No. : 14225

Today’s song is from the film Dhandora-41. It was a Ranjit film, directed by comedian N M Charlie. The music was by Ranjit’s resident composer Gyan Dutt. The song, penned by D N Madhok, is sung by Charlie himself.

What is the meaning of the word Dhandora ? As per the online dictionary, the simplified meaning is Elaan in Urdu, Proclamation in English. In Hindi it is Doundi and in Marathi it is Dawandi (दवंडी).

To understand this concept, we have to go back in time, when the means of communication were not many. The Public orders,Fatwas, New laws or any new announcement from the King for the public was through a Public Crier ( as he was called), with a big drum hanging from his neck onto his tummy. He would stand on a Public platform, like a Chavdi or in the middle of of a Market or Residential street. He would then start playing his drum loudly. When enough crowd had gathered, he would shout in a loud voice about the Proclamation from the authority. This entire process was called Dhandora or Dhandhora or Dhindhora ( the phrase “Dhindhora peetna” means to proclaim loudly ).

After the advent of modern and better communication means, this system was abandoned. However, in smaller villages and rural areas, its variation continued as a means of advertisements. I remember, during the visits to my Nanihal- which was a small town, in the summer holidays, in the early 40’s, we children used to run after the oxen cart in which the ‘Public crier’ or the person doing the advertisement and distributing hand bills sat. He would start banging his drum and shout the ad matter…mostly about a film.

The Hero of film Dhandora-41, who was also its Director, was Film industry’s First Superstar Comedian. Coming from a very humble family, he rose to be the king of Comedy in Hindi films, for a period of over a decade.

By the 1940s the system of Playback was firmly established. This actually came as a great relief to most composers. Till then they had to tolerate terrible non-singers. Now, except for few singing actors, all others could have playback from expert and professional singers. Despite this, in few cases, some producers insisted that their comedians sang their own songs. That is how, you can see songs by comedian Sunder, comedian Yaqub or comedian Charlie. Thank God other comedians like Master Bhagwan, V.H.Desai or Bhudo Advani did not / could not sing !

1945 was the period when Noor Mohammed Charlie was on peak of his popularity. He not only sang his songs, but he also became Hero in few pictures and stories were amended to give him more scope in the films. In the 1950s and the 1960s, this honour went to comedian Johnny Walker. Thank God, he did not sing songs ( though he spoke in his chirpy voice in some songs). Mohammed Rafi compensated enough for him by having a special style of singing and a special voice for Johnny Walker songs.

These days everyone likes the comedy of Amitabh Bachhan. His many films became Hits due to his comedy work. Today most of the Heroes do the comedy part in the film themselves. But till 1970, there used to be a separate slot for a comedian.

Today’s generation knows comedians like Paresh Raval, Anupam Kher etc. For them older comedians are Johnny Lever, Satish Shah or Rajpal Yadav. before that, they can think of Johnny Walker, Mehmood, Keshto Mukherjee, Asit Sen, Dhumal, Jagdeep, Asrani or Deven Verma. But the art of Comedy had started much earlier, in the 1930s and 1940s. Comedians like Ghori, Dikshit, Fatty Prasad, V H Desai, Bhudo Advani were famous. Amongst all the comedians of that era,there was ONE superstar of Comedy- NOOR MOHAMMED CHARLIE.

Noor Mohd. was born on 7-1-1911 at Ranavava, near Porbandar, Gujarat, in a Memon family (Later, comedian Mukri was also a Memon from Konkan area). Not intersted in studies, he was very fond of seeing films, even by stealing money from house, at times-if need be. He was sent to Bombay and worked as an Umbrella Repairer in a shop. His desire to become an actor was so strong that one day he straightaway went to Imperial Film Company’s owner and asked for a job. In the tradition of those days, he was asked if he could sing… His reply was,” I can sing, act, ride, run, fight, cry, laugh, quarrel, dance, play or swim”. He was hired instantly at a salary of Rs. 40 pm.

From 1925 to 1931 he did 9 silent films. In one of these films he did the acting of Charlie Chaplin. It became so popular that he made this get up his Trademark and developed Toothbrush Moustache ,like Charlie Chaplin. he also added ‘Charlie’ to his name. He did his first talkie film ” Zarina” in 1932 and then there was no looking back.

Initially with Sagar Movietone, he shifted to Ranjit and did 17 films with Ranjit. He became so famous and Popular that films were sold on his name. He was the First superstar amongst the comedians. He started to get special songs shot on him in almost every film-much before Johnny Walker in the 1950s. He sang his own songs. he left Ranjit and was the first actor to became a ‘Free-lance’ breaking the Studio system.

Some of his films and songs were famous over all India. In the film Sanjog, he sang ” Palat,tera dhyan kidhar hai “. This line became so famous that young boys in colleges used this line for calling girls,in those days. In the film Dhindhora, he sang ” ek do teen char panch chhe saat aath nau dus gyara bara,teri nazar ne mujhe mara”. ( Raj Kapoor used ‘Ek do teen aaja mausam hai rangeen’ and later Madhuri Dixit’s “Ek do teen” was very famous.) In the film Taqdeer he sang- “Thank you mention not” and ” I am very very Sorry”. This too became popular.

There was a time when Charlie drew more salary than even Prithwiraj kapoor ! He did about 62 films in all. he was the Hero opposite Swarnalata in Chaand Taara-45, hero opposite Leela Chitnis in Ghazal-45 and hero opposite Chandraprabha (Saraswati devi’s sister) in Dulha-46.

He directed only one film,while in Ranjit-Dhandora-41. Charlie sang 36 songs in 15 films.

After partition he opted for Pakistan. he did 6 Urdu, 2 Sindhi and 1 Punjabi films there but was not popular. He came back to India in 1960, but by then here too the position had changed. He did 3 films here. His last film in India was Ranjit’s last film ” Akeli mat Jaiyo”-63 and then that was the end of his film career and that of Ranjit studios too. Due to Visa problem, he had to leave India. He went to USA to live with his son, who had a dairy farm business. He had 6 sons and 6 daughters. Only 1 son-Latif Charlie became an actor In Pakistan. (He died on 19-7-2011). Charlie came back to Pakistan when his wife expired, but later he himself died in Karachi on 30-6-1983.

If he had not gone to Pakistan, who knows he would have prospered here. Mehmood and Johnny Walker consider him as GURU and have copied his actions in films many times. Raj Kapoor and Guru Dutt were also his fans. His film Manorama-44 was remade as Manchala in 1953 with Agha in his role. Thokar-39 was remade as Mai Baap and Taqdeer-43 was remade as Duniya ka Mela, with Mehmood in Charlie’s role.

When he died in Pakistan, no film personality from Pakistan Film industry attended his funeral. He died unsung !

The cast of film Dhandora-41 was Charlie, Husn Bano, Shameem, Dikshit, Ghori, E.Bilimorea, Bhagwan Das, Kesari etc etc.

With a plethora of Comedians in the film, one could easily make out the film’s genre. For the Heroine, Husn Bano, this was something new, because till then, she had been working only in Stunt/action films of Wadia Movietone like, Kala Gulab, Hind Kesari, Desh Deepak, Noor E Yaman etc etc. Husn Bano was the love child of actress Shareefa. Husn Banu was born in Singapore on 8-2-1919. She was very beautiful. She started her career in Calcutta ( just like her mother), by working in New Theatre’s film “Daaku Mansoor-34”. After this film, Shareefa brought her to Bombay and she started getting roles in Wadia films.

When she was selected for Dhandora as a Heroine, this was a new experience for her as she had never worked in a social or a comedy movie. All her experience was for stunt films only.

Husn Bano acted in 53 films and sanf 44 songs in 16 films. She had married Wadia’s director Aspy Irani. Husn Bano worked in films till her last film Akhari Sajda-1977 and then she retired. She had a big house “Shareefa Manzil” in Dadar, Bombay. On 23-11-1986, her husband Aspy Irani left home for work and he simply disappeared. He was never found and was declared as a “Missing Person” by the Police.

The story of film Dhandora-41 was by Charlie himself. He was the Hero and also the Director. Dialogues and most lyrics were by D N Madhok. The story of the film was…..

Two young persons, Pyare (Charlie) and Mansukh(Dikshit) are working as Extras in films. They are actually nobodies, but crave for publicity in some way or the other. Pyare and Mansukh give it a long thought and come up with a crazy idea. It is planned that Mansukh should ‘murder’ Pyare. Then Mansukh will be caught and their names will be flashed on front pages of Newspapers and on Radio news. Thus they will become famous. The murder, of course , has to be only a fake one. Then Pyare would go out of Bombay and appear directly in court, when Mansukh would be convicted.

Everything takes place as planned. Mansukh is arrested. Pyare leaves secretly for Calcutta. In the train Pyare meets Banwari (Bhagwan Das)-a Theatre Manager and his beautiful daughter Kumud (Husn Bano). They continue meeting in Calcutta also and as expected, fall in love. In all this jhamela, Pyare forgets about Mansukh.

One day Pyare comes across a stupid fellow-Uttam ( Charlie’s double role), who looks exactly like him (naturally!). Uttam is the son of Calcutta’s rich person Sir Niranjan (E.Billimoria). For a better period of the film,after Interval, there are many scenes depicting the inevitable and sometimes intentional confusions due to the look-alikes.

In Bombay, Mansukh is dragged to the court and his case starts. There is no Pyare anywhere,as planned. Pyare loses all hope. He is convicted and sentences to death by hanging. Fortunately, when Mansukh is dragged to the Hangman’s rope, Pyare appears and clarifies that he is alive and there was no murder at all. Mansukh is released Baa-ijjat.
The Happy End !

For a long time, the songs of this film were not available anywhere. Luckily Mr. Shalin Bhatt uploaded 4 songs on You Tube, this month only-on 9th March 2018, to be precise. He is one of the few collectors, who upload full and complete songs. May his tribe grow ! There were 9 songs in the film, written by Madhok and Buta Ram Sharma. The music was by Gyan Dutt.

GYAN DUTT (Born 1915/1920 – Died on 3 December 1974) was an early Indian Film Composer and Music Director. He was Music Director for films such as Thokar (1939), Achhut (1940), Bhakta Surdas (1942), Sunehre Din (1949) and Ghayal (1951). Many of his songs were sung by K. L. Saigal. In 1948 he composed seven songs for a young Geeta Roy in the films Chanda Ki Chandani and Hua Savera, although their most notable collaboration was Dilruba (1950) in which Geeta Roy had 10 songs, seven of which were solos for Geeta Roy.

There were a few composers who were neither here nor there. Gyan Dutt was one of them. True, in his time there was no Parallel cinema, but Critics were very much there. Though he operated from 1937 to 1965-almost 30 years, he never became famous as some of his contemporaries like, Anil Biswas, C.Ramchandra, Naushad etc. He was a Bengali born in Bangalore. There are conflicting reports not only about his Birth year (1915 or 1920),but also about Birth place. Some sources say he was born in East Bengal.

As was the practice those days, Gyan Dutt ( real name Jnanan Dutt) was employed by Ranjit studios ( “we have more stars in our studio that there are in the sky”), along with other composers. He composed music for 25 films in Ranjit from 1937 to 1940. Khemchand Prakash, who replaced him in Ranjit did 20 films from 1940 to 1945 and then it was Bulo C Rani who did about 25 films after 1945 onwards. For most films of Gyan Dutt in Ranjit the film directors were Gujaratis like, Jayant Desai, Chaturbhuj Doshi, Chandulal Shah, Manibhai Vyas etc. He was called Pandit Gyan Dutt.

In those days, hero and Heroines used to sing their own songs. Thus his songs were sung by Waheedan bai, Khatoon, Kalyani,Sunita Devi, Ila Devi, Madhuri, Sitara, Indubala, Vasanti, Savita Devi, Miss Rose, Meera, Gauhar, Snehprabha Pradhan etc.Among males it was Ishwarlal, Kantilal, Ghori, Bilimoria, Charlie etc.

Gyan Dutt gave music to 58 films, but songs from only Saigal’s Bhakta Surdas-42 and Raj kapoor’s Sunehre Din 49 are well known. Actually songs of Aapki Marzi-39 and Sant Tulsidas-39 were also popular in those days. Khursheed sang many songs for him. He also sang a few songs himself. His last film was janam janam ke Saathi-1965.

Gyan Datt remained employed with Ranjit Movietone and gave music is many films including Toofani Toli(1937), Bazigar (1938), Gorakh Maya (1938), Nadi kinare (39), Musafir (1940). In Toofani Toli he made Wahidan bai (Mother of Nimmi) sing “Kyon Naianan mein neer bahaye”. Many singers like Kantilal, Kalyani, Rajkumari, Khursheed and Manna Dey sang his songs. His last film was Janam janam ke saathi (1965) in which duet was sung by Mukesh & Suman Kalyanpur, Hemant Kumar &Indrani Roy.The most notable among his compositions being Sunehre Din (1949) and the song – Maine Dekhi Jag Ki Reet Meet Sab Jhoote Pad Gaye sung by Mukesh and Shamshad Begum.

His death came on 3-12-1974 in Bombay. Unfortunately except for a small time less known composer Sapan Chakravarty,no one from the film industry attended his funeral and a good composer died unsung, unknown and all alone.

Here is a song which is a precursor to many subsequent songs of Hindi films. It starts counting straight up to Twelve… a typical comedy song. Enjoy…..


Song-Ek Do Teen Chaar paanch chhe saat aathh (Dhandhora)(1941) Singer-Noor Md Charlie, Lyrics-D N Madhok, MD-Gyan Dutt

Lyrics

Ek Do Teen Chaar
paanch chhe saath aathh
nau das gyaarah baarah

Ek Do Teen Chaar
paanch chhe saath aathh
nau das gyaarah baarah
teri nazar ne
mujhe maara
teri nazar ne
mujhe maara
teri nazar ne
mujhe maara
baarah gyarah das nau
aath saat chhe paanchh
chaar teen do ek
meri taraf zara dekh
meri taraf zara dekh
meri taraf zara dekh
baarah gyarah das nau
aath saat chhe paanchh
chaar teen do ek
meri taraf zara dekh
meri taraf zara dekh
meri taraf zara dekh
Ek Do Teen Chaar
paanch chhe saath aathh
nau das gyaarah baarah
teri nazar ne mujhe maara
teri nazar ne mujhe maara
teri nazar ne mujhe maara

ek ek hain do
ek ek hain do
murge ?? dil mat ro
do do hain chaar
do do hain chaar
mujhe tera intezaar
do do hain chaar
mujhe tera intezaar
Ek Do Teen Chaar
paanch chhe saath aathh
nau das gyaarah baarah
teri nazar ne mujhe maara
teri nazar ne mujhe maara
teri nazar ne mujhe maara

chaar aur do chhe
chaar aur do chhe
jee bhar ke deedaar le
chaar aur do chhe
jee bhar ke deedaar le
jee bhar ke deedaar le
Ek Do Teen Chaar
paanch chhe saath aathh
nau das gyaarah baarah

dus aur dus bees
aur dus tees
aur dus pachaas
ae dus chaalees
aur dus pachaas
aur dus saath
aur dus sattarrr

chaudhvin ke chaand se mera yaar nahin kamtar
chaudhvin ke chaand se mera yaar nahin kamtar
andheriya hai raat
sajan aao mere ghar
andheriya hai raat
sajan aao mere ghar
andheriya hai raat
sajan aaibo ke jaibo
andheriya hai raat
sajan aiyo ke jaiyo
andheriya hai raat
sajan aibo ke jaibo

assi aur bees sau
chup kyon ho
kuchh kaho
assi aur bees sau
chup kyon ho
kuchh kaho
chup kyon ho
kuchh kaho
chup kyon ho
kuchh kaho

Ek Do Teen Chaar
paanch chhe saath aathh
nau das gyaarah baarah
baarah gyarah das nau
aath saat chhe paanchh
chaar teen do ek
meri taraf zara dekh
meri taraf zara dekh
meri taraf zara dekh


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Blog Day : 3538 Post No. : 14209

I have mentioned in the past that the lead actors of Hindi movies did not seem to work for a living. They would only sing songs. Even in movies where lead actors were shown as workers of some sort, they were only shown pursuing activities that would lead to song opportunities. We even have war movies and spy movies that have become memorable not for war scenes or spying scenes but for their songs.

I have noticed that working, and especially working in “menial jobs” was regarded as stuff for small time actors. Working is “menial jobs” was often depicted as comedy.

Mehmood, a leading comedian of his era, was an actor who often seemed to me to be the only person in the movie to be actually working while most other actors were not. He would be a butler in “Gumnaam”(1965), kabaadiwaala in “Neelkamal”(1968), rickshaw waala in “Chhoti Bahan”(1959), music teacher in “Padosan” (1968), Bus Conductor in “Bombay To Goa” (1972), to name just some of his movies.

Even when he indulged in the main pastime of Hindi actors, viz falling in love, he seemed to be his feet firmly planted in ground, unlike heroes who lived in fantasy world.

Take this song from “Suhaagraat”(1968) for instance. This song takes a real hard look at the life of a married life. While most married people think of saali, Mehmood tells us that it is the lady’s brother, rather than the sister, that one should be wary of. Most legendary lovers (like Raanjha, Romeo etc )have suffered at the hands of the brothers of their lovers, he informs us.

Here is the nice song from “Suhaagraat”(1968). It is sung by Manna Dey. Indeewar is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji.

The song is picturised as a light hearted song on Mehmood.

This song is the sixth and final song from “Suhaagraat”(1968) to appear in the blog. Details of the five songs that have already been covered in the past are given below:-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Ganga mayya mein jabtak ke paani rahe 803 25-Feb-09
Main qayaamat hoon 2767 11-Aug-10
Arre o re dharti ki tarah har dukh sah le 3685 23-Mar-11
Khush raho har khushi hai tumhaare liye 5542 27-Feb-12
Mohe laagi re julmi umariya 14197 23-Mar-18

With this sixth and final song, “Suhaagraat”(1968) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Mere dil se dil ko jod do (Suhaagraat)(1968) Singer-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

o mere dil se dil ko jod do
mere dil se dil ko jod do
ya to jaan meri jaan ab chhod do
aslaam vaalekum
salaam vaalekum
aslaam vaalekum
aslaam vaalekum
mere dil se dil ko jod do
ya to jaan meri jaan ab chhod do
aslam valekum
vaalekum salam
aslaam vaalekum
salaam vaalekum

aaj ye maine jaan liya hai
majnu van mein kyun rota tha
aaj ye maine jaan liya hai
majnu van mein kyun rota tha
mar gaya mahiwaal kaise
raanjhe ko gham kyun hota tha
unke saalon ne unko maar diya
dil ke kaalon ne unko maar diya re
dil ke kaalon ne unko maar diya
tum mujhko to zinda chhod do
mere dil se dil ko jod do
mere dil se dil ko jod do
ya to jaan meri jaan ab chhod do
aslaam vaalekum
vaalekum salaam
aslaam vaalekum
vaalekum salaam

dil se dil jo mil jaayega
kaho tumhaara kya jaayega
kya jaayega potton
kya jaayega
biwi andar shauhar baahar
rustam bhi ho mar jaayega
potto rustam bhi ho mar jaayega
are logon
ye haalat dekh lo
ho jo saale to shaadi mat karo re
ho jo shale to shaadi mat karo
aur kar li to
to
to
to kar li to duniya chhod do
mere dil se dil ko jod do
mere dil se dil ko jod do
ya to jaan meri jaan ab chhod do
aslam vaalekum
salam vaalekum
aslam vaalekum
vaalekum salaam
aslaam valekum
vaalekum salaam


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Blog Day : 3536 Post No. : 14202

“Inquilaab”(1956) was produced by Kailash Kapoor and J P Sahgal and directed by Kedar Kapoor for W S Films, Bombay. This movie had Ranjan, Shyama, Kuldeep Kaur, Tiwari, Ramesh Sinha, S K Prem, Indu Paul, Praveen, Khairati, Pt Iqbal, Pal Sharma, Khursheed, Bihari, Bakshi, Sando, Bachcha, Sundar etc in it with guest appearances by Helen, Sapru, Bhagwan and Johny Walker.

“Inquilaab”(1956) had eight songs in it. Seven songs from the movie have been covered in the past. Here are the details of the songs of “Inquilaab”(1956) already showcased in the blog:-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Tauba tauba tauba dar lage huzoor se 3785 14-Apr-11
Tere jahaan se ham chale 3791 15-Apr-11
Ae baad e sabaa paighaam mera 4986 11-Nov-11
Rangeele rangeele meri nazron ke do jaam pee le 5118 8-Dec-11
Dil dil na lage hai dildaar binaa 5124 10-Dec-11
Dilbar se pyaar chhupaane mein bada maza hai 14188 21-Mar-18
Kitna achcha hota maalik agar main ladki hota 14196 23-Mar-18

Here is the eighth and final song from “Inquilaab”(1956) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Rafi, Balbir and chorus. Raja Mehdi Ali Khan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Hansraj Bahl.

The song is picturised as a lighthearted qawwaali lip synced by lots of people including Johny Walker, Sundar etc. Their qawwali is being watched by many people including Shyama and her friend (whom I am unable to identify). There is no clear cut demarcation about who sings in whose voice. we find Johny Walker lipsyncing in Rafi’s voice and also Balbir’s voice. Same is the case with Sundar and a few others.

The qawwaali half jokingly mentions lovers missing their beloved at “raat ke paune teen baje”(at 2:45 AM after midnight) 🙂

I thought of posting this writeup at “raat ke paune teen baje” but then thought better of that. Most of us HFM lovers do not miss out beloved at “raat ke paune teen baje”, I am sure. 🙂

I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify the actors visible in the picturisation of this song.

With this light hearted qawwaali song, “Inquilaab”(1956) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Teri yaad mein ashq bahaate hain (Inquilaab)(1956) Singers-Rafi, Balbir, Lyrics-Raja Mehdi Ali Khan, MD-Hansraj Bahl
Rafi + Balbir
Chorus

Lyrics

aa aa aa
mere kooche mein jaalim
apni galiyaan chhod ke aaja
aa aa aa
tujhe roka hai kisne ae ae
dil ka taala tod ke aaja

aa aa aa aa aa aa
teri
waah bhai waah
o teri yaad me ashq bahaate hain
teri yaad mein ashq bahaate hain
hum raat ke paune teen baje
hum raat ke paune teen baje
hum raat ke paune teen baje

aa aa aa aa aa aa
deewaaron se ser takaraate hain

aa aa aa aa
deewaaron se ser takaraate hain
deewaaron se sar takaraate hain
hum raat ke paune
teen baje
hum raat ke paune teen baje
hum raat ke paune teen baje

aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
rah rah ke hume yaad aata hai

kya
haaye jalwa us harjaayi ka
aa aa aa aa
kabhi uthata hai

o ho ho ho
ek kabhi baithata hai
aah
is dil mein dard judaai ka
haan haan

aa aa aa
geedad ki tarah chillaate hain
aa aa aa
geedad ki tarah chillaate hain

geeidad ki tarah chillaate hain
hum raat ke paune
teen teen teen teen baje
hum raat ke paune teen baje
hum raat ke paune teen baje

aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa
armaan humaare raaton ko
murgon ki tarah se ladte hain
murgon ki tarah se ladte hain
murgon ki tarah se ladte hain

ye aankhen pathhraa jaati hain
jab ishq ke daure padte hain
jab ishq ke daure padte hain
jab ishq ke daure padte hain

oho amma amma
aho beta
amma amma chillaate hain
amma amma chillaate hain
amma amma chillaate hain
hum raat ke paune teen teen teen teen teen baje
hum raat ke paune teen baje
hum raat ke paune teen baje

aa aa aa aa aa aa
jab pyar bhari donon aankhen
tere khwaabon mein kho jaati hai
tere khwaabon mein kho jaati hai
tere khwaabon mein kho jaati hai
haay
tere khwaabon mein kho jaati hai
tere baap ki wo lambi moonchhen
rah rah ke humen yaad aati hai
rah rah ke humen yaad aati hai
ye badi badi moonchhen
rah rah ke hume yaad aati hai

khatiya ke tale haaye haaye
khatiya ke tale chhup
aa aa aa
khatiya ke tale chhup jaate hain

khatiya ke tale chhup jaate hain
hum raat ke teen teen teen teen baje baje baje baje
hum raat ke paune teen baje
hum raat ke paune teen baje

aa aa aa aa aa
hum raat ke paune teen baje
hum raat ke paune teen baje

aa aa aa aa aa aa
haaye hum raat ke paune teen baje
hum raat ke paune teen baje

oy oy oy oy oy
hoye hum raat ke paune teen baje
hum raat ke paune teen baje

aa aa aa aa aa
hum raat ke paune teen baje
teen baje teen baje teen baje
teen baje teen baje teen baje


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Blog Day : 3535 Post No. : 14196

“Inquilaab”(1956) was produced by Kailash Kapoor and J P Sahgal and directed by Kedar Kapoor for W S Films, Bombay. This movie had Ranjan, Shyama, Kuldeep Kaur, Tiwari, Ramesh Sinha, S K Prem, Indu Paul, Praveen, Khairati, Pt Iqbal, Pal Sharma, Khursheed, Bihari, Bakshi, Sando, Bachcha, Sundar etc in it with guest appearances by Helen, Sapru, Bhagwan and Johny Walker.

“Inquilaab”(1956) had eight songs in it. Five songs from the movie have been covered in the past.

Here is the sixth song from “Inquilaab”(1956) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Sonik and Shamshad Begam. Raja Mehdi Ali Khan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Hansraj Bahl.

This light hearted song is picturised as a “diversion” song to distract some guards as far as I can tell. I am unable to identify the actors lip syncing this song. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify them and throw light on the picturisation.


Song-Kitna achcha hota maalik agar main ladki hota (Inquilaab)(1956) Singers-Sonik, Shamshad Begam, Lyrics-Raja Mehdi Ali Khan, MD-Hansraj Bahl

Lyrics

Kitna achcha hota maalik
agar main ladki hota
agar main ladki hota
agar main ladki hota
kitna achcha hota maalik
agar main ladka hoti
agar main ladka hoti
agar main ladka hoti

arre kitna achcha hota maalik
agar main ladki hota
agar main ladki hota
agar main ladki hota

ithhla ke
bal khaa khaa ke main
chalti aise aise
ithhla ke
bal khaa khaa ke main
chalti aise aise
haay re allaah
gash kha kha ke
gir gir jaate
aashiq majnu jaise mere
aashiq majnu jaise
main galiyon mein
khhee khhee hansta
he he he
main galiyon mein
khhee khhee hansta
aashiq mera rota rota
kitna achcha hota maalik
agar main ladki hota
agar main ladki hota
agar main ladki hota
kitna achcha hota maalik
agar main ladka hoti
agar main ladka hoti
agar main ladka hoti

har achchi soorat ke peechhe
bhaagtaa aise aise
har achchi soorat ke peechhe
bhaagtaa aise aise
mere dil mein dard e muhabbat
jaagta aise aise
mere aage peechhe phirti
haseen Khan ki poti
haseen Khan ki poti
hahahaha
kitna achcha hota maalik
agar main ladka hoti
agar main ladka hoti
agar main ladka hoti

haay kitna achcha hota maalik
agar main ladki hota
agar main ladki hota
agar main ladki hota

jab mere ghar ke baag mein koi
seetee bajaata aake
arre seetee bajaata aake
chilman ke parde ke peechhe
chhup jaati sharma ke haay main
chhup jaati sharma ke
mere baag mein tain tain karta
kisi ke dil ka totaa
o mere baag mein tain tain karta
kisi ke dil ka totaa
totaa totaa
kitna achcha hota maalik
agar main ladki hota
agar main ladki hota
agar main ladki hota
kitna achcha hota maalik
agar main ladka hoti
agar main ladka hoti
agar main ladka hoti

hoti jo ladka
ham akad ke chalta
moonchhon pe deta taaw
taaw
moonchho pe deta taaw
hoti jo ladka
ham akad ke chalta
moonchhon pe deta taaw
taaw
moonchhon pe deta taaw
har ladki se hans kar kehta
gori dil mein aao
haay
gori dil mein aao
mere dil ke har tukde pe
sau sau ladki roti
roti
kitna achcha hota maalik
agar main ladka hoti
agar main ladka hoti
agar main ladka hoti

haay haay
kitna achcha hota maalik
agar main ladki hota
agar main ladki hota
agar main ladki hota


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