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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 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.

PYAAS (1941) was produced under the banner of Ranjit Movietone for Murli Movietone and it was directed by Ram Daryani. The star cast included Ishwarlal, Snehprabha Pradhan, Shamim, E Billimoria, Nazir, Gulab, Gope, Sharifa etc.

The film was reviewed in March 1942 issue of ‘Filmindia’ magazine. For a change, the reviewer has praised its director Ram Daryani for an all-round delightful entertainment through well-balanced ingredients of comedy, pathos, romance and music.

The story of the film is as under:

Rai Saheb Bhagwandas (Nazir) is a rich man with a modern outlook. His wife has been ailing for some time and is under the treatment of Dr. Sunderlal (E Billimoria) who plots to get rid of Rai Saheb’s wife and her child to install his niece Menaka (Sharifa) as his wife. The ailing wife suspects the plot and one day she runs away from home with her child. She walks to a nearby village and handover the child to the Village Chief.

After some days, a dead body of a woman is fished out from a river which turns out to be that of Rai Saheb’s ailing wife. He is heart-broken. He searches for the child but fails to find the baby. In the meanwhile, Dr Sunderlal has managed to get married his niece Menaka to Rai Saheb. Now, Dr Sunderlal starts blackmailing his own niece and manage to extract money from her.

The adopted child of Village Chief has now grown up as Chiman and finds a playmate Radha (Snehprabha Pradhan), the daughter of a village doctor. One day, Rai Saheb and his party come to the village for a picnic. Coincidentally, Chiman and Radha meet Rai Saheb who introduces Roop (Shamim), the daughter of Rai Saheb’s close friend, to both of them.

Chiman goes to the city and meets Roop and her elite circle of people. Chiman is fascinated by the glamour of the city. However, Radha compels Chiman to return to the village. At this stage, Relu, a village eccentric who secretly loves Radha, picks up a quarrel with Chiman and spills the beans regarding the mystery of his parentage. Chiman is devastated by the revelation and goes to the city to find out his real parent unmindful of the fact that Rai Saheb whom he has met is his real father.

During his search for his real father, Chiman meets Dr Sunderlal who tries to kill him by injecting some poison but is saved by Roop. Having completely exposed of his wrong doing, Dr Sunderlal commits suicide. Chiman is restored to his real father, Rai Saheb. Chiman, now a rich man, moves with Roop. Rai Bahadur is happy that Chiman is liking the company of Roop and holds an reception to announce the engagement of Chiman with Roop. During the reception, Chiman remembers Radha but under pressure, he has to reluctantly agree for the announcement of his engagement with Roop. Radha steps into the reception hall and Chiman runs towards Radha.

Now, there is a competition as to who would sacrifice the love for Chiman – Radha or Roop. Ultimately, it is Roop who sees Chiman’s emotional attachment to Radha and decides to give up her claim over Chiman. Radha gets married to Chiman.

The film had 9 songs, all written by D N Madhok which were set to music by Khemchand Prakash. Here is the first song from the film ‘jaake naina matwaale hain baal ghunghur waale hain’ to appear on the Blog. The song is sung by Ishwarlal, Shamim, Snehprabha Pradhan and Chorus. It is obvious that all the three have sung on themselves in the film. This is a typical song set in the background of love triangle in which Ishwarlal and Shamim sing Krishna song and Snehprabha Pradhan sings the song waiting for her ‘Sainyyan’ to return to her.

With this song, ‘Pyaas’ (1941) makes its debut in the Blog.

Audio Clip:

Song-Jaake naina matwaale hain (Pyaas)(1941) Singers-Ishwarlal, Shamim, Snehprabha Pradhan, Lyrics-D N Madhok, MD-Khemchand Prakash
Chorus

Lyrics

jaake naina matwaale hain
baal ghunghur waale hain
jaake naina matwaale hain
baal ghunghur waale hain
wohi morey shyaam
wohi morey shyaam
wohi morey shyaam
wohi morey shyaam
wohi morey shyaam

jaaki ter(??) pyaari pyaari hai
naam banwaari hai
jaaki ter(??) pyaari pyaari hai
naam banwaari hai
wohi morey shyaam
wohi morey shyaam
wohi morey shyaam
wohi morey shyaam
wohi morey shyaam

jamuna ke tat pe charaawe hai jo gaiyaa
jamuna ke tat pe charaawe hai jo gaiyaa
khud jaa(?) ke kaam karen raadha ji ke sainyaan
khud jaa(?) ke kaam karen raadha ji ke sainyaan

wohi morey shyaam
wohi morey shyaam
wohi morey shyaam
wohi morey shyaam
wohi morey shyaam

hans hans ke man har liye jaayen
hans hans ke man har liye jaayen
manmohan jag mein kahlaayen
manmohan jag mein kahlaayen

wohi morey shyaam
wohi morey shyaam
wohi morey shyaam
wohi morey shyaam
wohi morey shyaam

sooraj dhalta jaaye
sooraj dhalta jaaye
ajhun naa aaye
ajhun naa aaye
sooraj dhalta jaaye
sooraj dhalta jaaye
jhhoothi saans jhhoothon ki baaten
jhhoothi saans jhhoothon ki baaten
man pe chhaayi kaali raaten
man pe chhaayi kaali raaten
ghadi ghadi bhar aaye
ghadi ghadi bhar aaye
sooraj dhalta jaaye
sooraj dhalta jaaye
sooraj dhalta jaaye


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.

Atulites – Mumbai Meet – 20th-21st Nov’16
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My sincere thanks to Atul ji for making this year -2016 a ‘memorable year’ for me. This year, I was able to meet many of our regular members at Chennai, Bengaluru and Mumbai. In addition, I could also meet new personalities in this field of Hindi Film Music.

I may well become known as ‘always present Avinash’ instead of ‘illusive Avinash’ if it goes on like this.🙂. Bharat Bhai ji ne naam bhi aisa diya hai ki iske viruddharthi shabd agar aap ‘Google’ par dhoondhe to bhi bade atpate se hain
If you search for the opposite of ‘elusive’ you get this on Google page:

The word “elusive” has many antonyms, but most of them do not convey the exact opposite meaning the way an antonym should. Three words that reflect the opposing meaning of elusive well are “confronting,” “encountering” and “facing.”

I do not know if he has deliberately chosen to use the word ‘illusive’ instead of ‘elusive’ (Deshmukh Sir has pointed this out in one of his comments) because both have different meanings.

I would like to thank Shri Bharat Bhai Upadhyay ji, Shri Sadanand Kamath ji and Shri Arun Deshmukh Sir for all the arrangements of the ‘Mumbai Gang out’ on 20th November 2016. I also thank all our respected guests and regulars who attended the ‘gang out’ for being there and gracing the occasion.

***

On 19th November evening, when I boarded the ‘Samarsata’ (I thought they spelled wrong, and it should be ‘Samarasta’, but, even announcement at the Railway Station sounded to me as ‘Samar –Sata’🙂 ) Express at Nagpur railway station, I was more than happy and heaved a great sigh of relief.

After missing the ‘Mumbai gang outs’ three times in a row + one (which did not happen due to very less participants) finally I was going to attend it this time on 20th November 2016.

I could not attend the very first gang-out in Dec’14 due to certain developments at my work place. It happened the Second time in Aug’15 when the train ‘Prerna Express’ (Ahmedabad bound) was cancelled due to heavy rains. I was supposed to travel from Anand to Mumbai on that occasion. It happened for the third time in this current year 2016 in May when again due to work priorities I had to cancel my trip.

Fourth time it was again in this year in September when a possibility of a ‘gang-out’ was being explored but it finally didn’t materialize due to low availability of participants.

On all the previous four occasions mentioned above, my train tickets to and fro were booked and they had to be cancelled at the last minute resulting in ‘revenue-generation’ to the IR and in turn to GOI. It was a small contribution from my side for my love ‘the Indian Railways’. I have been making such contributions for the cause of the nation right from 30th Nov’1988 when I began my professional career.🙂

I arrived at the venue of meeting on the morning of 20th november 2016 with our guest invitee Mr.Deepak Chowdhari, who had joined me at Badnera Station. Three of our Senior members from Mumbai were already available there to welcome us.

After seeing me in person, they all had just this one line of remark … “aakhir aap aa hi gaye”… ‘so finally you have come for ‘Mumbai Gang-out’ !!

Sadanand ji specially made it a point to request Bharat Bhai to now remove the ‘tag’ – ‘illusive’ that he added to my name due to my tendency of backing out from previous ‘gang-outs’ at the last moment.

I will not go into the details on the proceedings of that day which our respected Deshmukh Sir has already covered in his two posts on this ‘gang out’.

I will straight away come to this song which I had already chosen in September 16 when the modalities of ‘gang out’ were being finalised.

Thinking about our respected Deshmukh Sir – ‘our in-house encyclopedia’ and keeping in mind his ‘core’ area of interest and the write-ups on the topics that I liked most i.e. ‘mythological movies’, I searched for a song that would fit in expressing my feelings of my eagerness to meet him and other members, I had chosen this film ‘Krishna Sudaama-1957’ and this song that is being discussed today.

After attending the ‘gang-out’, meeting all the members and staying with Deshmukh Sir for a day, I feel that I should pat myself on my own back for chosing this song which is just the perfect song to express my feelings.

Why?

Let me elaborate on this…

What we seek from these meetings or ‘gang outs’? What does one get and what does one feel after meeting so many knowledgeable persons in Music, movies and/or and HFM?

(PS: Now Deshmukh Sir, in his second post on the ‘gang out’ has also discussed it. I had already drafted this post in advance and I was happy to know that his views were similar to my feelings on this matter.

The first and foremost gain is the ‘everlasting joy of meeting people whom we already know through this blog’ and then the ‘eternal happiness’ we feel after meeting these people.

These are people with whom over the years we have developed a ‘strong bond of relationship’, and meeting them in person is like getting into a ‘different world altogether’ (Words fail me here to express my feelings).

In this context, what motivates and inspires me is ‘HFM’, this blog ‘ASAD’, then meeting team members of regular contributors and visitors of this blog, and last but not the least is the discussions on and about ‘HFM’.

And if one is a keen observer of people around us one can learn a lot and learn many new things in life from them.

All the things that could motivate me, inspire me and rejuvenate me were going to be there in the meet, so what more could I have asked for?

In my journey of life I have always taken care to seek ‘blessings’ and ‘best wishes’ from elderly and senior people, and also from people that I came in contact with during my professional or personal interactions. That gives me utmost satisfaction and somewhere I feel that it is this goodwill and best wishes of people accumulated over the years that is my wealth and it is this that enables me to keep me going and even succeeding in this journey of my life.

All the persons that I met in this ‘Mumbai gang out’ were seniors to me – in age and knowledge both. The only person (actually there are two) that, if by mistake🙂 looked like younger than me also had ‘greater knowledge’ of classical music and instruments. So they were all seniors to me.

They all blessed me by sharing their thoughts and their knowledge. Just the act of being in the company of such music lovers can cause one to forget all the ‘griefs’, sorrows and ‘pains of life’- if one had any.

And what a day it was !

I got this opportunity to meet all the stalwarts in person. Each and every person was so passionate about music, so generous in sharing things and so happy to meet each other.

I was to stay with Deshmukh Sir at his home for a day.Though I had taken his appointment for a full day during my communications with him prior to the visit, I was not sure if I would be staying with him, since I had never visited his place earlier.

I called him a day before the gang out (the same day evening I had to board the train) to check his schedule and my plan of return journey. He specifically reminded and insisted that ‘you are staying with me after the gang out was over’.

All of us are aware that he stays alone at Mumbai. During the travel to his home he was explaining to me that it’s a bachelor’s house and that I will find it like that and he hoped that I would feel myselfcomfortable there etc etc.

After reaching his place, I found that I had reached a ‘very well organized and maintained place’. But more surprise was in store for me. Our respected Guru ji kept inquiring with me about what I would like to have in dinner etc etc. I thought he was going to order the food from outside. But there at his place he had already done some planning for me with some special menus and for every meal time he could offer me multiple choices or combinations of multiple choices.

And last but not the least was the option of ‘food cooked by our Guru ji himself’:)

What more could I have wished for?

I will never ever forget that evening’s ‘Khichdi’, it was like ‘amrit tulya’ for me because it was cooked by Guru ji himself. This was the ‘mahaprasad’ that Guruji cooked specially for me with all his love and compassion therein.

Next day’s morning’s tea, breakfast, and lunch was a ‘divine’ experience for me and I will cherish these memories forever.

In addition, the ‘wisdom’ he shared with me and his guidance on certain aspects and on the queries which I had noted down to for discussing with him. My cup of joy was full to the brim.

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For me this gang out and meeting all the ‘stalwarts’ there was like having the ‘darshan’ of the ‘viraat roop’ of Lord Shri Krishna. The ‘encyclopedia’ already there and with so many thoughts shared and so many things discussed was nothing less than ‘geeta ka gyaan of HFM’ for me.

My HFM related queries that I had noted down to be anwered by our seniors were like the ‘grievances’ of Sudama that he sought to get redressed from Lord Krishna in this song.🙂. The ‘nirdhanta’, ‘poverty’ or ‘inadequacies’ of Sudama is like my ignorance on the vast treasure trove of HFM.

What I got during my two days stay there in the form of ‘joy’, ‘happiness’, ‘learning’, ‘discussions’ and being a part of that ‘company’ is like getting ‘blessed by divine powers’.

It was as if the divine and spiritual powers of music had taken me to the path of ultimate happiness and peace!!

The movie:

‘Krishna Sudaamaa-1957’ a ‘mythological movie’ was directed by Shanti Kumar for Tajviristan, Bombay. It was produced by Lekhraj Bhakri. It had Nirupa Roy, Balraj Sahni, Rajkumar, Prem Adeeb, Umakant, Nand Kishore, Malay Sarkar, Santosh, Madhvi, Vimal Ghaisas, Sinha and Indira Bansal.

As per HFGK Vol III this movie had as many ten songs composed by Husnlal-Bhagatram. Lyrics for these ten songs are shared by Qamar Jalalabadi – six songs, Pt.Radheyshyam – two songs and Ramesh Gupta – two songs.

HFGK mentions that the recording of songs of this movie was completed in 1954 itself though this movie was released in 1957.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 24.01.1957.

Today’s song is sung by Mohd Rafi and written by Qamar Jalalabadi. Music is composed by Husnlal-Bhagatram.

***

After the gang-out was over, its report was to be presented in the blog. As Kamath Sir was to get occupied with his already planned schedule and Bharat ji said that his will be only in ‘very few lines,’ we all requested Guru ji that he should write the posts. At that time I jokingly told him that from my end I will do a post as a ‘return-gift’ in return of his posts. So here is that post, and it is not a ‘return gift’ but my ‘homage’ to all whom I met on that day.


Song-Chal more manwa shyaam ke dwaare (Krishn Sudaama)(1957) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Qamar Jalalabadi, MD-Husnlal Bhagatram

Lyrics

Chal more manwaa
Shyaam ke dwaare
Chal more manwaa
Shyaam ke dwaare ae
Charan kamal mein jaa kar rakh de
Apne dukhde saare saare
Chal more manwaa
Shyam ke dwaare

Main nirdhan aur lamba path hai
Na koi doli na koi rath hai
Nange pairon chalaa Sudaama aa
Phool ban gaye kaante saare
Chal more manwaa
Shyaam ke dwaare

Shyam ke path par
Kaal jo aaye
Hans hans galey lagaaun oon oon
Jag ishwar Narsingh ki mahima
Ho matwaala gaaun
Ho matwaala gaaun
Dekh Sudaama roop badal kar
Aaye Mohan pyaare ae ae
Chal more manwaa
Shyaam ke dwaare

Shesh naag ka roop dekh kar
Yaad aaye Girdhaari ee ee
Ek jaan to kya hai kar doon
Sau jaanen balihaari ee
Kitni door se lene aaye
Ham ko Shyaam hamaare ae ae
Chal more manwaa
Shyaam ke dwaare

O nadiya toofaan uthhaa le
Mil ke rahenge milne waale
Chal re Sudama Shyam salona (?)
Tujhko aaj pukaare ae
Tujhko aaj pukaare ae ae
Tujhko aaj pukaare ae ae ae ae

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Devnagri script lyrics
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चल मोरे मनवा
श्याम के द्वारे
चल मोरे मनवा
श्याम के द्वारे ए
चरण कमल में जा कर रख दे
अपने दुखड़े सारे सारे
चल मोरे मनवा
श्याम के द्वारे

मैं निर्धन और लम्बा पथ है
न कोई डोली न कोई रथ है
नंगे पैरों चला सुदामा आ
फूल बन गए कांटे सारे
चल मोरे मनवा
श्याम के द्वारे

श्याम के पथ पर
काल जो आये
हंस हंस गले लगाऊं ऊँ ऊँ
जग इश्वर नरसिंह की महिमा
हो मतवाला गाऊं
हो मतवाला गाऊं
देख सुदामा रूप बदल कर
आये मोहन प्यारे ए ए
चल मोरे मनवा
श्याम के द्वारे

शेष नाग का रूप देख कर
याद आये गिरधारी ई ई
एक जान तो क्या है कर दूं
सौ जाने बलिहारी
कितनी दूर से लेने आये
हम को श्याम हमारे ए ए
चल मोरे मनवा
श्याम के द्वारे

ओ नदिया तूफ़ान उठा ले
मिल रहेंगे मिलने वाले
चल रे सुदामा श्याम सलोना
तुझको आज पुकारे ए
तुझको आज पुकारे ए ए
तुझको आज पुकारे ए ए ए ए


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.

Today’s song is an evergreen Bhajan by Mohammad Rafi, from the film ‘Narsi Bhagat’-57. The Music Director was Ravi-one of the few composers in HFM, who could be equated with Melody with certainty.
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Today (16 novermber 2016) is the 49th death anniversary of Roshan (14 july 1917- 16 november 1967). He had died at the age of just 50 when he was at the zenith of his career. His untimely death, and also the untimely death of several other stalwards of HFM within a few years (Shailendra, Shakeel Badayuni, Jaikishan etc) marked the beginning of the end of the golden era of HFM.

Roshan had made his debut as a music director with “Neki Aur Badi”(1949). The movie had flopped and Roshan himself was so disappointed that he entertained thoughts of committing suicide. Kidar Sharma, his mentor gave him another assignment namely “Baawre Nain” (1951). This movie was a box office success and its music was well received and that gave Roshan a foothold in the industry. He established himself in the industry and enriched HFM with some memorable compositions.
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“Bhimsen”(1950) was directed by Jayant Desai for Mohan Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Trilok Kapoor, Nirupa Roy, Ram Singh, Rewa Shankar, Narbada Shanker, B. M. Vyas, Murad, Durga Khote etc in it.
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Today (1 october 2016) is the 110th birth anniversary of S D Burman (1 october 1906- 31 october 1975). He made his debut as a music director in Hindi movies in 1946 (some half a decade prior to the beginning of golden era of HFM) and bowed out in 1975 (some half a decade before the end of the golden era of HFM). So it can be said that S D Burman was one of those music directors who was in the thick of action for much of the golden era of HFM. In fact, he was one of the major contributors to the golden era of HFM.
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This article is written by Bharat Upadhyay, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in 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.

Lata’s Songs NOT YET covered on our Blog – 12
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‘Sajni’, a 1956 black and white social film was produced under the banner of Golden Pictures, Bombay by Isabel Cliford and PR Patkar. The film was directed by Vasant Rao Painter. The music, the main highlight off the film, was by the great Sudhir Phadke (popularly known as “Babuji’) with the assistance of Shri Jog.
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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.

… a lilting voice […]
falling softer than petals from blown roses on the grass,
and then lingering on and echoing endlessly…

(excerpted from an article by Anup Kumar Pande, published in the Hindu dated December 17, 2004).

A description more decent, more appropriate, I have not been able to find, or even be able to conjure up. The word ‘grace’, characterizes this persona, in ways more than one. And in all ways, nothing more appropriate would appeal – the ‘grace’ of the Almighty, that was gifted to her; the ‘grace’ with which she carried this gift through a lifetime that can only be described as matchlessly supreme; and the ‘grace’ with which she conducted her life, and herself, in an era wherein being blemish-less is a dream accomplishment.
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This article is written by Bharat Upadhyay, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in 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.

Sureeli Suman – 18
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 In 1995, Gulshan Kumar of ‘T Series’ (Super Cassettes Industries Limited) published a devotional Album titled ‘Hey Govind Hey Gopal’.  It had ten very melodious Bhajans by our Sureeli Suman Kalyanpur.
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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.

nand ghar anand bhayo
jai kanhaiyya lal ki

Greetings all friends on this auspicious celebration of Nandotsav today. Just a little while back, the prayers and aartis were being held in all temples celebrating the anniversary of the appearance of Krsna, in a jailhouse in Mathura. The main telecast was coming from the Janambhoomi temple in Mathura itself. All temples were crowded with devotees who had come for the darshan of infant Krsna, who appeared to Devaki and Vasudev during their confinement in the prison of Kans, the cruel and vengeful king of Mathura.  And worse, Kans was the cousin brother of the very lady, Devaki, whom he had imprisoned. The story of that confinement and of the reasons behind it has been told many times.
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