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Archive for the ‘lullaby’ Category


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Blog Day : 3647 Post No. : 14482

Lullaby was a much loved genre of songs in HFM during its golden era. Majority of lullabies are naturally sung by female singers and picturised on females playing mother to their young ones. The blog has 107 lullabies sung by 18 female singers (and a few male singers as well). Lata Mangeshkar dominates this genre. She has lent her voice in as many as 43 lullabies. Asha Bhonsle is a distant second with 13 lullabies. No other singer is in double figures and that includes legendary female singers like Khursheed Bano, Amirbai Karnataki, Rajkumari, Suraiyya, Geeta Dutt, Suman Kalyanpur etc.

Here is another lullaby song from HFM. This song is from “Aandhi Aur Toofaan”(1964).

“Aandhi Aur Toofaan”(1964) was directed by Mohammad Hussain for Kamran Films, Bombay. This “stunt” movie had Dara Singh, Mumtaz, Kamran, Jeewan, Ratanmala, Amar, Bhagwan, Anjum, Leela, Uma Dutt, Habeeb, Laxmi Chhaaya, Kamal Mohan, Munshi Munaqqa, Qamar, Fajlu, Mustafa, Khursheed, Anand, Arvind Kumar, Balram, Prem, Bihari, Moolchand, Sabir, Maula, Azam, Dawood, Ismail, Honey Irani, Saleem, Hercules etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Two of these songs have been covered in the past.

This lullaby song is sung by Mubarak Begam. It is the first lullaby song sung by her to appear in the blog. Farooque Kaiser is the lyricist. Music is composed by Robin Bannerji.

The picturisation shows a mother singing this lullaby to her twin kids. I am unable to identify the lady. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify her.

This movie is from 1964 and I cannot help feel that the kids seen in the picturisation must have been in the same age group as a few of our regulars including myself. 🙂


Song-Chaand gagan mein ek hai (Aandhi Aur Toofaan)(1964) Singer-Mubarak Begam, Lyrics-Farooque Kaiser, MD-Robin Bannerji

Lyrics

chaand gagan mein ek hai
chamke do chanda se ghar mera
chaand gagan mein ek hai
chamke do chanda se ghar mera
tum hi ho mere dil ke do tukde
tum hi ho mera sahaara aa
chaand gagan mein ek hai
chamke do chanda se ghar mera

ankhiyon mein inki aa ja ri nindiya
de doongi tujhko sone ki bindiya
ankhiyon mein inki aa ja ri nindiya
de doongi tujhko sone ki bindiya
raam lakhan se koi na pyaara
laa
lalalaaa aa
lalala aahaha
chaand gagan mein ek hai
chamke do chanda se ghar mera

pyaar tumhi ho
mamta tumhi ho
mere to dil ki duniya tumhi ho
pyaar tumhi ho
mamta tumhi ho
mere to dil ki duniya tumhi ho
chamke tumhaara hardam sitaara
laa
lalalaaa
lalala aahaahaa
hmmm hmmmm hmmm
hmmm hmm hmmm hmmm
hmmm hmmmm
hmmm hmm hmmm hmmm
hmmm hmmmm hmmm
hmmm hmm hmmm hmmm
hmmm hmmmm hmmm
hmmm hmm hmmm hmmm

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Blog Day : 3611 Post No. : 14404

“Bezubaan”(1962) was directed by Ram Kamlani for Gope Productions, Bombay. The movie had Ashok Kumar, Nirupa Roy, David, Helen, Vishwa Mehra, Shammi, Ishwar Lal, Paro, Jamal, Genius, Umesh Sharma, Ramesh Rai, Baby Anita, Kathana, Prem Sagar, Rammurti, Hamid, Majnu etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Two of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Bezubaan”(1962) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata. Prem Dhawan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Chitragupta.

Picturisation shows Nirupa Roy with Baby Anita, who have been thrown out of home by Ashok Kumar. The kid, too young to realise what is going on, wonders why her father is not with them. Nirupa Roy tries to put the kid to sleep by singing this “story” song which also doubles up as a lullaby.


Song-Ek thha raaja ek thhi raani ek thha raajkumaar (Bezubaan)(1962) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Prem Dhawan, MD-Chitragupta

Lyrics

hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm
ek thha raaja
ek thhi raani ek thha raajkumaar
pyaar bhari thhi duniya unki
sukh se bhara ghar baar
raaja ke man me ik din jaane kaisa lobh samaaya
bhool gaya wo pyaar ke naate
dekh ke jhoothi maaya
raaja nikla desh paraaye
laane heere moti
tab se pukaare saanjh sakhaare
raani roti roti
aaja re aaja
pardesi raaja
munna tujhko bulaaye
ro ro ke haari raani bechaari
munne ko neend na aaye

mujhse to tum roothhe sahi
bhoole ho munne ka pyaar kya
mujhse to tum roothhe sahi
bhoole ho munne ka pyaar kya
pahunchi nahin kaanon talak
nanhe si dil ki pukaar kya
aaja re aaja
pardesi raaja
munna tujhko bulaaye
ro ro ke haari raani bechaari
munne ko neend na aaye

kehta hai dil
aaoge tum
sone ki nagri ke paar se
kehta hai dil
aaoge tum
sone ki nagri ke paar se
hoti nahin daulat badi
sacche dilon ke pyaar se
aaja re aaja
pardesi raaja
munna tujhko bulaaye
ro ro ke haari raani bechaari
munne ko neend na aaye


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Blog Day : 3527 Post No. : 14168

Today’s song is from film ‘Adhoori Kahani’ (1939).

This film is made by Ranjit Movietone of Sardar Chandulal Shah. A lot has already been written about him, Gauhar Mamajiwala and Ranjit Studios, so I am skipping that part. In the late 30s and early 40s, i.e. from about 1937 to 1947, Hindi film industry was making films emphasizing social reforms, society needs, peaceful coexistence of different religions and also raising a voice against the sinful customs prevalent then in Indians, all over the country. Some of the topics were, child marriages, marriages between the very young and the old, dowry demands, disowning parents, gambling, criminal activities etc.

Major film companies like Ranjit, Bombay Talkies, New Theatres, Prabhat Films etc. were the torch bearers in this campaign. After the country’s Independence and by the end of the 40’s decade, the taste of the audience started changing rapidly and within a short period the type of films produced took a 180 degrees’ turn. Now the films handled comedy, crime stories, modern love stories and in general, light entertainment became the sole purpose of seeing a film.Thus the role of films as a ‘reformer or a ‘teacher/preacher’ ended and films handling such themes got a poor response from the same audience.

Of course, 1939 was the initiation period for such a change. The first generation actors, directors and composers were still on the top and the film stories too were made in preaching style. The music was quite slow and influenced by stage/dramas/classical songs. Ranjit Movietone used to produce films like a factory. At any given time at least 2 to 3 film shootings were going on different floors. In its production life, Ranjit produced 175 films, including films in Marathi and Tamil. However, Calcutta’s New Theatres made 177 films, holding the Indian Record (perhaps the world record too).

Somehow, I feel that due to Saigal’s films, notably ‘Devdas’ (1935), the film makers of the late 30s were inclined to show death of the lead player of their films. If not, there was a kind of a tinge of sadism in some of the films made during this period. For example, I can quote Minerva’s ‘Jailor’ (1938) and ‘Main Haari’ (1940), ‘Adhoori Kahaani’ (1939), Kardar’s ‘Paagal’ (1940) and ‘Pooja’ (1940), Prabhat’s ‘Aadmi’ (1939), New Theatre’s ‘Badi Didi’ (1939) and ‘Dushman’ (1939), Sagar Movietone’s ‘Ek Hi Rasta’ (1939), Mehboob’s ‘Aurat’ (1940), Circo’s ‘Geeta’ (1940), New Theatres ‘Nartaki’ (1940), Mehboob’s ‘Behan’ (1941) and few other films. In all these and such films there was a serious theme – tragedy, sadism, psychotic behaviour, perversion and similar not so good emotions.

It was the pure and innocent love stories of Devika Rani and Ashok Kumar that gave relief to the audience. No wonder, a naive and extremely visible awkward Ashok kumar became popular on this background, as a help to him. By the mid 1940’s and end of the decade, the total trend of film stories had taken a drastic turn, as mentioned earlier.

Film ‘Adhoori Kahaani’ was one of those dark story films, where three main characters commit suicide in the film. The film was directed by Chaturbhuj Doshi, and the music was provided by Gyan Dutt, a paid employee of Ranjit. The cast of the film was Durga Khote, Prithviraj Kapoor, Rose, K Datey, Ila Devi, Ishwarlal, Yaqub, Khatoon, Mirza Musharraf, Meera etc etc.

The name ‘Meera’ is one of those which cause ‘Same Name Confusion’. Luckily, the other Meera (Mishra) started her acting career only in 1946, when this Meera was in the last phase of her career. Still many sites, books and writers mix up their filmography. Meera was an Anglo-Indian girl in Hindi films. During the silent film era a lot many European and Anglo-Indian girls acted in films. Few of them continued even after Talkie films started and very few like Sulochana and Sabita Devi etc. became successful even in the films for a considerable time. Some of these girls were, Ruby Meyers – Sulochana, Iris Gasper – Sabita Devi, Susan Soloman – Firoza begum (not the singer), Effie Hippolet – Indira Devi, Bonnie Bird – Lalita Devi, Esther Abraham – Pramila, Renee Smith – Sita Devi, Berryl Classen – Madhuri, Winnie Stewert – Manorama Senior, Erine Issac Daniels – Manorama Junior, Florence Ezekiel – Nadira, Sophie Abraham – Romilla, Rose Musleah – Rose, Lilian Ezra – Lilian, Mercia Soloman – Vimla, Rachel Sofaer – Arti Devi, Rachel Cohen – Ramola Devi, Patience Cooper, Violet Cooper, Ermelin – Sudhabala etc.

Meera’s real name was Muriel Alexander. She was born on 10-11-1919. She was from a respectable family. Her father was Superintendent – Local Audit in AG’s office. Brother E. Alexander was a national level cricketer. She passed her Inter-science exam from Benaras Hindu University. It was through one Mr. Seal, who was a manager in Adarsh Chitra, that she got her first break in film ‘Dhuwaandhaar’ (1935). It is not known if she sang any song in that film, as no records are available. My guess is that, besides acting, she must have sung few songs in that film. [Author’s Note: ‘Dhuwaandhaar’ was also the debut film for Leela Chitnis.]

Her name first appears as an actress and singer in film ‘Bhabhi’ (1938), in which she sang 3 solo songs. From 1935 to 1938, she must have sung many songs, but singers names are not mentioned in the available information on the available gramophone records. Thus many singers’ credit during this period have been lost. After ‘Bhabhi’, her name appears in ‘Nirmala’ and ‘Vachan’ (both from 1938) in which she sang 1 solo and 3 duets. She acted and sang songs in films of Ranjit, Prakash and Minerva Movietone films. [Author’s Note: Amirbai Karnataki also suffered due to this missing singer’s information situation.]

As per information available Meera acted in ‘Dolti Naiya’ (1934), ‘Dhuwandhar’ (1935), ‘Bhabhi’ (1938), ‘Wahaan’ (1938), ‘Adhoori Kahaani’ (1939), ‘Taatar Ka Chor’ (1940), ‘Paak Daaman’ (1940), ‘Chingaari’ (1940), ‘Armaan’ (1942), ‘Meri Duniya’ (1942), ‘Mauj’ (1943), ‘Krishna Bhakt Bodana’ (1944), ‘Ji Haan’ (1945), ‘Sham Savera’ (1946), ‘Ye Hai Duniya’ (1948) and ‘Sansaar’ (1951). In the film ‘Nirmala’ she only sang.

Another name in the cast is that of Ishwarlal.  Ishwarlal was born on 9-10-1911 at Ghanghaniya, Kathewar, Gujrat, as Ishwarlal Hariprasad Doshi. He belonged to a Jain family. After matriculation, he came to Bombay to act in films. Ishwarlal was very handsome. He got a job in Ranjit Studios. His first film was ‘Bhootiya Mahal’ (1932). Then came ‘Chaar Chakram’, also 1932.

He started acting and singing in films. Initially he sang only duets. Meanwhile, with ‘Jwalaamukhi’ (1936), he became a hero. He sang many songs in Ranjit Films, but the records are not available. Those days, not all songs of the film were recorded for commercial purpose. In ‘Billi’ (1938), he sang a duet with Sunita Devi. In ‘Aaj Ka Hindustan’ (1940), he sang two solos. In ‘Ummeed’ (1941), he had a duet with Noorjahan. In ‘Pyaas’ (1941), he sang with S Pradhan. In 1942, got two solo songs and two duets to sing in ‘Fariyaad’ under the baton of Khemchand Prakash. In ‘Zabaan’, under C Ramchandra, he sang 7 songs.

Some of his films were-

Diwali, Dheeraj, Chandni, Bhola Shikar, Nadira, Sitamgarh, Veer Babruwahan, Barrister’s Wife, College Kanya, Desh Dasi, Keemti Aansoo, Dil Ka Daaku, Jwaalamukhi, Sajni, Dil Farosh, Adhoori Kahaani, Thokar, Holi, Pyar, Bansari, Lalkar, Chirag, Us paar.

In 1945, he was the hero opposite to Noorjehan in ‘Badi Maa’, but he had no songs. In fact his last songs were in ‘Us Paar’ (1944). Then he did character roles in Subhadra, Mahasati Tulsi Vrinda, Sanskar, Naulakha Haar, Khuda Ka Banda etc.

His last film was ‘Meri Soorat Teri Aankhen’ in 1963.

He was married to a loyal wife Kamalabai. Due to excessive smoking he contracted lung diseases and died on 22-1-1969 in Bombay.

‘Adhoori Kahaani’ was a modernisation fable based on a story by famous Gujarati writer Gunwant Rai Acharya. screenplay, dialogues and lyrics were by JS Kashyap, Cinematography was by LN Varma and the music was composed by Gyan Dutt. The film was hailed as one of the best by Director Chaturbhuj Doshi.

The film’s story is. . .

The educated and liberal thinking Harbala (Durga Khote) is married to Seth Gopaldas (Keshav Rao Datey), a rich zamindar. He is a highly conservative type of husband with old time thinking. He neither approves nor likes the modern ways of his wife Harbala and tries to criticise and oppress her at every small thing. They have two children- Somnath (Prithviraj Kapoor) and Neelam (Rose). Gopaldas always accuses Harbala that she is spoiling the children and not treating them with discipline.

Fed up with this torture, harassment and his authoritarian traditionalism, Harbala commits suicide. Both children feel guilty. Hatred towards father drives them to commit suicide after their mother.

Having lost all family, Seth Gopaldas repents, but it is too late. The film ends with a hope that in the future, a less oppressive society will emerge. For now, the story is unfinished tale or Adhoori Kahani. (652)

 

The film had 12 songs of which nine are written by Kashyap, 2 songs by Mrs. Bhagyavati Ramya and one song by PL Santoshi. With this song, the film ‘Adhoori Kahani’ makes its debut on the Blog.

 


Song – So Ja Lalna So Ja (Adhoori Kahaani) (1939) Singer – Miss Meera, Lyrics – JS Kashyap ‘Natwaan’, Music – Gyan Dutt

Lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)

so ja lalna so jaa
so ja lalna so jaa
maa ki godi
maa ki godi hai tera ghar
jeevan se tu aaya thak kar
so ja lalna so jaa
maa ki godi
maa ki godi hai tera ghar
jeevan se tu aaya thak kar
so ja lalna so jaa

is gulshan mein haar nahin hai
swarg hai ye sansaar nahin hai
is gulshan mein haar nahin hai
swarg hai ye sansaar nahin hai
so jaa
lalna
so jaa

aao godi
tumhen sula doon
meethi meethi (?? ??) doon
aankhon mein jal dhaara baha kar
tan man ka sab taap bujha doon
aankhon mein jal dhaara baha kar
tan man ka sab taap bujha doon
jeevan ka santaap mita doon
so jaa
lalna
so jaa

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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सो जा ललना सो जा
सो जा ललना सो जा
माँ की गोदी
माँ की गोदी है तेरा घर
जीवन से तू आया थक कर
सो जा ललना सो जा
माँ की गोदी
माँ की गोदी है तेरा घर
जीवन से तू आया थक कर
सो जा ललना सो जा

इस गुलशन में हार नहीं है
स्वर्ग है ये संसार नहीं है
इस गुलशन में हार नहीं है
स्वर्ग है ये संसार नहीं है
सो जा
ललना
सो जा

आओ गोदी
तुम्हें सुला दूँ
मीठी मीठी (?? ??) दूँ
आँखों में जल धारा बहा कर
तन मन का सब ताप बुझा दूँ
आँखों में जल धारा बहा कर
तन मन का सब ताप बुझा दूँ
जीवन का संताप मिटा दूँ
सो जा
ललना
सो जा


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 : 3499 Post No. : 14058

The song found me, literally, and bowled me back into my childhood, into the radio listening days, and this seldom heard lullaby that simply takes you into a dreamland. One of those songs in which the words, the music and the rendition comes together a such a perfect blend that listening to it, the world disappears, and for a while it is just yourself with the song and the music.

I was actually planning another 1960s film for debut and was searching online for posted songs for a film that I had identified. Without any preamble or focused thought, I just stumbled into this song. Nothing else struck me, except the first five words, that resonated with a long dormant memory somewhere deep in time. And without a notice, this song was upon me.

The film is lost and forgotten. I myself have not seen it. Actually when I heard this song originally, I had no clue as to the film or other details. It is only today that this connection is made. The film is ‘Daak Bangla’ from 1974. A film that has been produced and directed by Girish Ranjan. This is one of the new wave cinema that was starting out in the early to mid 1970s. The star cast is listed as Simi Garewal, Shubhendu Chatterjee, Nitin Sethi, Geeta Siddharth, Bhagwan Sahu, Ramesh, Lalita Kumari, Rasheeda Thakur, Satyabhan Sinha, Gunaji, Shriniwas Tripathi, Master Neelabh Kaul, Master Prem, Baby Aparna Mudgal, Prabhat Kumar, and Iftekhar.

The film has just two songs, both come from the pen of Anjaan. This song being a lullaby, the other song, from the words, seems like a folk song, in the voice of the same singer. Music is by Shyam Saagar. When I first read this name, I thought I am familiar with this music director. Our dear Bharat ji has posted a few non-film songs of Suman Kalyanpur, composed by him. But when I went in to check, it turns out that the music director whose song are posted by Bharat Bhai, his name is Shyam Sharma. So the music director of this wonderful soothing lullaby makes his debut on our blog also. As I checked the Geet Kosh, I find Shyam Saagar’s name appear in a few more films in the 1970s.

The singing voice is of Suman Kalyanpur. When I first located this song, I was tempted to hold back this song for her birthday, but on checking the anniversaries list, I find that we have just passed her birthday on 28th Jan. And so I decided not to wait for 2019 for this wonderful song to come board.

The song starts off as a lullaby, and then it also transforms into a song of regretful past. A lonely poignancy takes over the emotions as the song proceeds. I request other knowledgeable readers and friends to please add some more information, if available, about the film story, and this song.

The recording is a little skippy, but I am able to piece together all words, checking back and forth across the lines that get repeated. However, there is one line, indicated by ((?? ?? ?? ??)) in the lyrics, which I have not been able to decipher. It is three or four words, and I could not make them out. I request other readers and listeners to please help decipher this line.

A wonderful heart warming song, sung so smoothly. It seems to flow over the senses like slow moving honey. I have simply fallen in love with this song all over again. 🙂

[Ed Note: – This is the second movie of Shyam Saagar in the blog. He has already appeared in the blog with a song from the film ‘Pal Do Pal Ka Saath’ (1978).]

Song – Palak Hindole Chadhi Re Nindiya  (Daak Bangla) (1974) Singer – Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics – Anjaan, MD – Shyam Saagar

Lyrics

palak hindolay
chadhi re nindiya
palak hindolay chadhi re nindiya
alsaaye nain
hmm hmm
tujh ko sulaaye
jug jug jaagi ye
ansoyi rain
hmm hmm
ansoyi rain
palak hindolay chadhi re nindiya
alsaaye nain
hmmmm

aakaash ganga ki
sapneeli lehron pe
jhilmil sitaaron waali naao
aayegi aake tujhe
sang le ke jaayegi re
sat range sapnon ke dwaar
o mere apne
jhoothe hain sapne
sapna jo roothe
nindiya jo toote
bheegen na nain
bheegen na nain
tujh ko sulaaye
jug jug jaagi ye
ansoyi rain
ansoyi rain
palak hindolay chadhi re nindiya
alsaaye nain
hmmmm
tujh ko sulaaye
jug jug jaagi ye
ansoyi rain
hmm hmm
ansoyi rain

kaanton ke van mein
ik raah bhooli
kaanton ke van mein
ik raah bhooli
paagal hawaa si zindagi
saagar se bichhdi
maruthal mein khoyi
pyaasi nadi main pyaar ki
raahon mein khoye
sapnon ke mele
sulge dhuaan sa
ye mann akele
paaye na chain
paaye na. . .

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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पलक हिंडोले
चढ़ी रे नींदिया
पलक हिंडोले चढ़ी रे नींदिया
अलसाए नैन
हम्म हम्म
तुझको सुलाये
जुग जुग जागी ये
अनसोई रैन
हम्म हम्म
अनसोई रैन
पालक हिंडोले चढ़ी रे नींदिया
अलसाए नैन
हम्मम्म

आकाश गंगा की
सपनीली लहरों पे
झिलमिल सितारों वाली नाव
आएगी आके तुझे
संग लेके जाएगी रे
सतरंगे सपनों के द्वार
ओ मेरे अपने
झूठे हैं सपने
सपना जो रूठे
निंदिया जो टूटे
भीगें ना नैन
भीगें ना नैन
तुझको सुलाये
जुग जुग जागी ये
अनसोई रैन
अनसोई रैन
पलक हिंडोले चढ़ी रे नींदिया
अलसाए नैन
हम्मम्म
तुझको सुलाये
जुग जुग जागी ये
अनसोई रैन
हम्म हम्म
अनसोई रैन

काँटों के वन में
इक राह भूली
काँटों के वन में
इक राह भूली
पागल हवा सी ज़िंदगी
सागर से बिछड़ी
मरुथल में खोई
प्यासी नदी मैं प्यार की
राहों में खोये
सपनों के मेले
सुलगे धुआँ सा
ये मन अकेले
पाये ना चैन
पाये ना ॰ ॰ ॰


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Blog Day : 3480 Post No. : 13981

“Lagan”(1971) was directed by Ramanna for R R K Combines, Madras. The movie had Nutan, Ajay Sahni (viz Parikshat Sahni), Prem Chopra, FaridaJalal, Jagdeep, Bindu, Sulochana, Shabnam, Jayshree T, Nazeer Hussain, Birbal, Dube, Kailash Chopra etc in it.

This “social” movie had six songs in it that have been forgotten with time alongwith its songs. at least I do not recall having heard the songs during its time.

Here is the first song to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Lata. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

The picturisation shows Jagdeep trying hard to put his baby to sleep but to no avail. Then he heard a soothing female voice and he thinks that the voice is comping out of radio. Then he realises that this voice is comping from another apartment block and it is Nutan singing a lullaby to her baby to put her to sleep.

So this song is a lullaby song which I heard for the first time only just now.

With this song, “Lagan”(1971) makes its debut in the blog and the movie becomes the debutant movie of the day for the blog.


Song-Palkon ke dwaare pe nindiya khadi re (Lagan)(1971) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

hmm hmm hm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm

aa aa aa
aa aa aa
hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
hmm
hmm
hmm

palkon ke dwaare pe
hmm
nindiya khadi re
palkon ke dwaare pe
hmm
nindiya khadi re
o raama
guzar gayi raat badi re
hmm hmm hmm
palkon ke dwaare pe hmm
nindiya khadi re
o raama
guzar gayi raat badi re
hmm hmm

dekhe na dekhe ae bagiya ka maali ee
dekhe na dekhe ae bagiya ka maali
phoolon ko kaise ae bhoole re daali
laage nazar na
tohe laga doon bindiya kaali
kya soch ke na jaane
hmm
main ro padi re
o raama
guzar gayi raat badi re
hmm hmm
palkon ke dwaare pe
hmm
nindiya khadi re
o raama
guzar gayi raat badi re
hmm hmm

hmm hmm hmm

nindiya raani ko ab aane bhi de ae
nindiya raani ko ab aane bhi de
sapnon ka aanchal lahraane bhi de
so ja re munne
chhod gussa
jaane bhi de
dhak dhak manva bole
hmm
tik tik ghadi re
o raama
guzar gayi raat badi re
hmm hmm
palkon ke dwaare pe
hmm
nindiya khadi re
o raama
guzar gayi raat badi re
hmm hmm hmm hmm


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

Blog Day : 3468 Post No. : 13922

Lata’s songs NOT YET covered in this Musical Blog – 22
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The 1949 film ‘Bhedi Bangla’ was a stunt film Produced by ‘Jagruti Pictures, Bambai’ (as the city was called then) and Directed by Master Bhagwan. The star-cast included himself as well as Baburao, Azim, Shankar Mirajkar, Inamdar, K K Swamy, Leela Gupte, Usha Shukla, Tarabai etc.

Music was provided by P Ramakant to the lyrics of Ehsan Rizvi. The Film Had Six songs and Lataji had Five songs according to ‘Lata Samagra’. (2 Solos and 3 Duets with Chitalkar)

HFGK is slent about the singers of 7 songs and attributes only one song to the credit of Lataji.

After this duet of Lata and Chitalkar, only one duet is to follow soon, in this serial ‘Lata’s songs NOT YET covered in this Musical Blog’.


Song– Jhoolo more laalna sukh ke hindole (Bhedi Bangla) (1949) Singer– Lata, Chitalkar, Lyrics– Ehsan Rizvi, MD–P Ramakant

Lyrics

jhoolo more laalna sukh ke hindole ae
jhoolo more laalna sukh ke hindole
resham ki ho doriyaan aaa aa
resham ki ho doriyaan
sone ka ho paalna
jhoolo more laalna sukh ke hindole ae
jhoolo more laalna

chaandni suhaani tumhen jhoolnaa jhulaaye
chaandni suhaani tumhen jhoolnaa jhulaaye
taaron ke des pe phir nindiya raani aaye
ho nindiya raani aaye
apni nindiya rani ko tum nainon mein sambhaalna
jhoolo more laalna sukh ke hindole ae
jhoolo more laalna

kaun hamen sunaata hai yeh meethhi loriyaan
kaun hamen sunaata hai yeh meethhi loriyaan
badhha rahi hain peengen mere hirday ki doriyaan
ho hirday ki doriyaan
jhoolnaa jhulaane waale saath(?) se na taalnaa

jhoolo more laalna sukh ke hindole ae
jhoolo more laalna
waan waan waah
hun hun hun uu
haa aaa aaa


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Blog Day : 3460 Post No. : 13887

“Bin Maa Ke Bachche”(1979) was directed by Satyen Bose for S K Enterprises, Bombay. The movie had Dr Shreeram Laagoo, Leela Chitnis, Master Rajesh, Master Raju, Master Bittu, Master Ravi, Baby Sabia, Shekhar Purohit, Dulaari, Bindu, C S Dubey, Kumud Tripathi, Urmila Bhatt, Junior Mehmood, Prem Sagar, Prakash Mishra, Rajrani, Shivraj, Shriram Shashtri, Savita Bajaj, Ghanshyam, Radheshyam etc with special appearances by Tanuja, Mahendra Sandhu, Nazneen, Sudhir, Narendra Nath, and Dev Kumar.

From the above cast as well as the cast, it is easy to guess that the movie must have sunk without a trace. The movie did not have any saleable name in it and as can be guessed from the title it was a dull movie about happless orphan kids.

The movie had six songs in it. I do not recall having heard any song from this movie during its time. I in fact do not recall being aware of this movie either.

Here is the first song from “Bin Maa Ke Bachche”(1979) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Pushpa Pagdhare. S H Bihari is the lyricist. Music is composed by O p Nayyar who by that time had fallen into bad days and he had few friends left in the film indusry where he ruled the roost in the earlier decades.

The song is picturised as a sad lullaby song on two child artists whom I am unable to identify. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify them.

With this song, “Bin Maa Ke Bachche”(1979) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Jo raat ko jaldi soye (Bin Maa Ke Bachche)(1979) Singer-Pushpa Pagdhare, Lyrics-S H Bihari, MD-O P Nayyar

Lyrics

hmm hmm hm hmm
lalalalalalalalalaalaa

jo raat ko jaldi soye aur subah ko jaldi jage
us bacche se door door duniya ka dukh bhaage
jo raat ko jaldi soye
aur subah ko jaldi jaage
us bachche se door door duniya ka dukh bhaage
jo raat ko jaldi soye

laakhon ki hai daulat jinki
unko neend na aaye
meri pyaari pyaari munni
bhookhi hi so jaaye
hmm hmm hmm
laakhon ki hai daulat jinki
unko neend na aaye
meri pyaari pyaari munni
bhookhi hi so jaaye
baahen meri jhoola iska
sapnon ke hain dhaage
baahen meri jhoola iska
sapnon ke hain dhaage
jo raat ko jaldi soye
aur subah ko jaldi jage
us bachche se door door
duniya ka dukh bhaage
jo raat ko jaldi soye

ghar chhoota aur kismat roothhi
chhoote jo thhe apne
raste par bhi so kar jisne
dekhe meethhe sapne
hmm hmm hmm
ghar chhoota aur kismat roothhi
chhoote jo thhe apne
raste par bhi so kar jisne
dekhe meethhe sapne
jeevan ki har daud mein munni
raha wo aage aage
jivan ki har daud mein munni
raha wo aage aage
jo raat ko jaldi soye
aur subah ko jaldi jaage
us bachche se door door
duniya ka dukh bhaage
us bachche se door door
duniya ka dukh bhage
lalllaala lallalaal
lallalalla la
hmm hmm hmm hmm


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The 25th of October is an important date for Hindi film music lovers. In fact, not just for them but for lovers of Urdu poetry too. For it is the anniversary of passing away of one of the industry’s foremost lyricists, Sahir Ludhianvi, who was highly regarded not just for lyrics but also for his poetry. In fact it was his poetry that brought him recognition early on – he just extended it to the film industry.
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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 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.

Hullo to all Atulwaasis

Yesterday, 16thJune 2017, was the 97th birth anniversary of singer- music director-producer-director Hemant Mukherjee alias Hemant Kumar. He started out his music journey in 1935 on All India Radio with “Amar Ganete Ele Nabarupi Chirantanii” under the influence of his friend Subhas Mukhopadhayay. Hemant Da’s music career was primarily mentored by the Bengali musician, Sailesh Duttagupta. In his early life Hemant Da used to follow the famous Bengali singer Pankaj Mullick. For this he was nicknamed as “Chhoto Pankaj”. In an interview on television in the early 1980s, Hemanta had mentioned that he had also received classical music training from Ustad Faiyaz Khan’s student Phanibhusan Banerjee.
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“Maasoom” (1960) was directed by Satyen Bose for Bani Roop Chitra. The movie had Ashok Kumar, Sarosh Irani, Aziz, Honey Irani, Anuva Gupta, Manmohan Krishna, Mohan Choti, Chaman Puri, Bhagwan Sinha, Keshto Mukherjee, Master Nissar, Jeevankala, Gautam, Bir Sakuja etc in it.
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