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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.

On our blog while posting the songs, we did take care to combine special landmarks viz. century of the artists, contributors, etc etc
All of this is done with utmost care and tracking by our Team Leader (Captain:)) Atul ji and so we do sometimes have the flow of the songs or posts in order to achieve such special feats on the blog.

Sometimes inadvertently it so happens that songs of few movies came at regular intervals or in ‘periodic intervals’ like the ‘world cup’ or other tournaments etc etc.

For example three songs of the movie ‘The Burning Train-1980’ have so far been posted on the blog on 08.12.2008, 17.10.2012 and 08.12.2016 respectively, at four years interval during leap years.

So, if ‘weather conditions and wind conditions are favorable’ and if the Captain permits we can repeat a ‘hat-trick’ for this movie ‘Saavdhaan-1954’ after a interval of exactly three years on exactly the same days.

This movie was introduced on the blog on 22.02.14 and then there were three song posts of this movie’s songs on the blog on 22/02, 23/02 and 24/02 respectively of that year.

The song that is being introduced today (22 february 2017) was also ready three years ago, though after a gap of afew months, but somehow it remains to be posted thereafter.

At that time I could find only four songs out of the seven songs of this movie (which I get to know from the book ‘Sahir Ludhianvi-The People’s Poet’).

Now, during my regular browsing I have found two more songs of this movie (one is still elusive), so I think it is the ‘right time’ (Captain’s approval pending) for the remaining songs of this movie to get introduced on the blog.

Let us now enjoy today’s song. Itis penned by Sahir Ludhianvi and composed by Vasant-Ramchandra. It is sung by Asha Bhonsle.

The movie is ‘Alhad Chitra(आल्हाद चित्र), Poona’s Saavdhaan passed by censor board on 11.08.1954, which was produced and directed by Datta Dharmadhikari.


Song-Aaj kisi ke haathon ne dil ke taaron ko chhed diya (Saavdhaan)(1954) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Sahir Ludhianvi, MD-Vasant Ramchandra

Lyrics

Aaaj kisi ke haathon ne
Dil ke taaron ko chhed diya
Aa aa aa aa
Dil ke taaron ko chhed diya
Aaaj kisi ke haathon ne
Dil ke taaron ko chhed diya
Aa aa aa aa
Dil ke taaron ko chhed diya

Gehri neend mein
Soye saaz ki
Gehri neend mein
Soye saaz ki
Jhankaaron ko chhed diya
Dil ke taaron ko chhed diya
Aa aa aa aa
Dil ke taaron ko chhed diya
Aaaj kisi ke haathon ne
Dil ke taaron ko chhed diya
Aa aa aa aa
Dil ke taaron ko chhed diya

Ha ha ha ha haa
Ho o o
ho o o o o
Aaj meri tanhaayee
apne Aap pe bhi sharmaane lagi ee ee
Aaj meri tanhaayee
apne Aap pe bhi sharmaane lagi ee ee ee ee
Dil ki dhadkan
Naghmaa ban kar
Honthon par lehraane lagi
Haaye
Mere hothon par lehraane lagi
Jo saahil ko saath bahaa le
Jo saahil ko saath bahaa le
Un dhaaron ko chhed diya
Dil ke taaron ko chhed diya
Aa aa aa aa
Dil ke taaron ko chhed diya

Aaaj kisi ke haathon ne
Dil ke taaron ko chhed diya
Aa aa aa aa
Dil ke taaron ko chhed diya

Har jhonke se
Mujhko unke saans ki
Khushboo aati hai
Tan man mein ik
Thhandi thhandi
Aag bikharti jaati hai
Jaane kiski shokh nazar ne
Jaane kiski shokh nazar ne
Angaaron ko chhed diya
Dil ke taaron ko chhed diya
Aa aa aa aa
Dil ke taaron ko chhed diya
Aaaj kisi ke haathon ne
Dil ke taaron ko chhed diya
Aa aa aa aa
Dil ke taaron ko chhed diya

————————————-
Lyrics in Devnagri Script
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आज किसी के हाथों ने
दिल के तारों को छेड़ दिया
आ आ आ आ
दिल के तारों को छेड़ दिया
आज किसी के हाथों ने
दिल के तारों को छेड़ दिया
आ आ आ आ
दिल के तारों को छेड़ दिया

गहरी नींद में
सोये साज़ की
गहरी नींद में
सोये साज़ की
झंकारों को छेड़ दिया
दिल के तारों को छेड़ दिया
आ आ आ आ
दिल के तारों को छेड़ दिया

आज किसी के हाथों ने
दिल के तारों को छेड़ दिया
आ आ आ आ
दिल के तारों को छेड़ दिया

हा हा हा हा ह ह हां
हो ओ ओ
हो ओ ओ ओ ओ
आज मेरी तन्हाई अपने
आप पे भी शर्माने लगी ई ई ई ई
आज मेरी तन्हाई अपने
आप पे भी शर्माने लगी ई ई ई ई
दिल की धड़कन
नगमा बन कर
होठों पर लहराने लगी
हाए
मेरे होठों पर लहराने लगी
जो साहिल को साथ बहा ले
जो साहिल को साथ बहा ले
उन धारों को छेड़ दिया
दिल के तारों को छेड़ दिया
आ आ आ आ
दिल के तारों को छेड़ दिया
आज किसी के हाथों ने
दिल के तारों को छेड़ दिया
आ आ आ आ
दिल के तारों को छेड़ दिया

हर झोंके से
मुझको उनके सांस की
खुशबू आती है
तन मन में इक
ठंडी ठंडी
आग बिखरती जाती है
जाने किसकी शोख नज़र ने
जाने किसकी शोख नज़र ने
अंगारों को छेड़ दिया
दिल के तारों को छेड़ दिया
आ आ आ आ आ आ आ
दिल के तारों को छेड़ दिया
आज किसी के हाथों ने
दिल के तारों को छेड़ दिया
आ आ आ आ आ
दिल के तारों को छेड़ दिया

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“Ek Nazar”(1972) was produced by A D Diwan and Anil Khanna and directed by B R Ishara for Amar Chitra Internbational, Bombay. The movie had Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bhaduri, Raza Murad(Introducing),Nadira, Dulari, Asit Sen, Tarun Bose, Manmohan, Sudhir, Johny Whiskey, Daya Devi, Raja Duggal, Rashid Khan, Kamla, Hameed, Jyoti, Fazlu, Abdul, Manohar, Suman, Ramlal, Hari Shukla, Anand Narula, R.P.Ghosh, Ranveer Raj, DinaNath, Kanwar Ajeet Singh(Dharmendra`s real life brother),Manmohan Krishna etc in it.

The movie had five songs in it. Four of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fifth and final song from “Ek Nazar”(1972) to appear in the blog. This song, which is the title song of the movie, is sung by Kishore Kumar. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

The song is picturised on Amitabh Bachchan and Jaya Bhaduri.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

With this song, “Ek Nazar”(1972) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.

Video

Full audio

Song-Pyaar ko chaahiye kya ek nazar ek nazar (Ek Nazar)(1972) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

hmm
hmm
ek nazar
ek nazar
pyaar ko chaahiye kya
ek nazar
ek nazar
pyaar ko chaahiye kya
ek nazar
ek nazar
pyaar ko chaahiye kya
ek nazar
ek nazar
der se tu mere armaanon ke aayine mein aen
der se tu mere armaanon ke aayine mein aen
band palken liye baithhi hai mere seene mein aen
band palken liye baithhi hai mere seene mein
ae meri jaan-e-haya
dekh idhar
dekh idhar
dekh idhar
pyaar ko chaahiye kya
ek nazar
ek nazar
pyaar ko chaahiye kya
ek nazar
ek nazar

beqaraaron ki dawa
ek nazar
ek nazar
beqaraaron ki dawa
ek nazar
ek nazar
chain dekar bhi jo bechain bana deti ho o
chain dekar bhi jo bechain bana deti ho o
ho toh shabnam si magar
ho toh shabnam si magar
aag laga deti ho
jab miley shor uthhe
haay re dil
haay jigar
haay jigar
beqaraaron ki dawa
ek nazar
ek nazar
beqaraaron ki dawa
ek nazar
ek nazar

dardmandon ki sada
ek nazar
ek nazar
dardmandon ki sada
ek nazar
ek nazar
shiqwa baaqi na rahe
door gila ho jaaye ae
shiqwa baaqi na rahe
door gila ho jaaye
is tarah dekh
deewaane ka bhala ho jaaye
chaahnewalon mein aa
der na kar
der na kar
der na kar
dardmandon ki sada
ek nazar
ek nazar
dardmandon ki sada
ek nazar
ek nazar

ishq maange hai duwa
ek nazar
ek nazar
ishq maange hai duwa
ek nazar
ek nazar
khoon-e-dil se badhe rukhsaar ki laali teri ee
khoon-e-dil se badhe rukhsaar ki laali teri
meri aahon se palak aur ho kaali teri
meri haalat pe na ja
aur sanwar
aur sanwar
aur sanwar
ishq maange hain duwa
ek nazar
ek nazar
pyaar ko chaahiye kya
pyaar ko chaahiye kya
ek nazar
ek nazar


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“Ek Nazar”(1972) was produced by A D Diwan and Anil Khanna and directed by B R Ishara for Amar Chitra Internbational, Bombay. The movie had Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bhaduri, Raza Murad(Introducing),Nadira, Dulari, Asit Sen, Tarun Bose, Manmohan, Sudhir, Johny Whiskey, Daya Devi, Raja Duggal, Rashid Khan, Kamla, Hameed, Jyoti, Fazlu, Abdul, Manohar, Suman, Ramlal, Hari Shukla, Anand Narula, R.P.Ghosh, Ranveer Raj, DinaNath, Kanwar Ajeet Singh(Dharmendra`s real life brother),Manmohan Krishna etc in it.

The movie had five songs in it. Three of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fourth song from “Ek Nazar”(1972) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

The song is picturised as a mujra song on Jaya Bhaduri. Picturisation also shows Nadira (playing kothewaali) and also Rashid Khan, Nadira, Sudhir, Amitabh Bachchan, Kedarnath Segal, Johnny Wiskey, Raja Duggal, Daya Devi, Harbans, Darshan Arora etc , most of them playing playing clients at the kotha.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

Audio

Video

Song-Ham hi karen koi soorat unhen bulaane ki (Ek Nazar)(1972) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

ha aaa…aaaa….
aa aa aaa
hum hi karein
koyee soorat
unhein bulaane ki
hum hi karein aen
koyee soorat
unhein bulaane ki
sunaa hai un ko toh aadat
hai bhool jaane ki ee
hum hi karein aen
koyee soorat
hum hi karein aen
koyee soorat
hum hi karein koyee soorat
unhein bulaane ki
sunaa hai un ko toh aadat
hai bhool jaane ki ee ee
hum hi karein aen
koyee soorat

jafaa ke zikr pe
tum kyun sambhal ke
baithh gaye ae
jafaa ke zikr pe
tum kyun..un
sambhal ke
baithh gaye ae
tumhaari baat nahin
tumhaari baat nahin een
baat hai zamaane ki ee
hum hi karein…aen
koyee soorat
unhein bulaane ki
sunaa hai un ko toh aadat
hai bhool jaane ki ee ee
hum hi karein aen
koyee soorat

jo hum tak aayeee to karta ke
is tarhaa se na jaa…aaa
jjo hum tak aayeee to karta ke
is tarhaa se na jaa…aaa
nigaah-e-naaz ye baatein
nigaah-e-naaz ye baatein aen
hai dil dukhaane ki…eee…eee..ee
hum hi karein…aen aen
koyee soorat
hum hi karein aen
koyee soorat
hum hi karein aen
koyee soorat
unhein bulaane ki
sunaa hai un ko toh aadat
hai bhool jaane ki ee ee
hum hi karein aen aen
koyee soorat


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“Gyaarah Hazaar Ladkiyaan”(1962) was produced by Sardar Jafri and S K Mehta and directed by K A Abbas for Film Friends, Bombay. The movie had
Bharat Bhooshan, Mala Sinha, Helen, Murad, Jagdish Kamal, Ravikant, Lotan,Jugnu, J.S.Kriplani, Khatana, Haroon, Narbada Shankar, Nazir Kashmiri, S.Gill, Nirmala, Baby Sony Sultana, Nadira, Baby Ajay, David, Baby Farida, Baby Vidya Rani, Moti Bai, Noor etc in it. In addition, the movie had guest artistes viz. Achala Sachdev, David and Mukri. The movie introduced Madhavi and Imtiaz Khan.

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

Here is the sixth song from “Gyaarah Hazaar Ladkiyaan”(1962) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata and chorus. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by N Datta.

The song is a dream song, where Bharat Bhushan is shown dreaming about this song. This is a dance song where Mala aSi9nha nd others are shown singing and dancing.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.


Song-Pehchaano ham wahi hain (Gyaarah Hazaar Ladkiyaan)(1962) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-N Datta
Chorus

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

aaa aaa aaa
aaa aaa aaa
aaa aaa aaa
aaa aaa aaa

pehchaano
hum wohi hain
dekho toh aankh mal ke
hum tum se ae
mil chuke hain aen
soorat badal badal ke
hum wohi hain
hum wohi hain

hum wohi ee ee
hain
pehchaano (aaaaa)
hum wohi hain(aaaaa)
dekho toh aankh mal ke(aaaaa)
hum tum se (aaaaa)
mil chuke hain(aaaaa)
soorat badal badal ke(aaaaa)

apnon mein hamko dekhogey
gairon mein hamko paaogey
socho toh phir kahaan ham se
daaman bachaa ke jaaogey
aaa aaa aaa
aaa aaa aaa
aaa aaa aaa

apnon mein hamko dekhogey
gairon mein hamko paaogey
socho toh phir kahaan hamse
daaman bachaa ke jaaogey
aaa aaaa aaa aaa
jiss ki tumko aarzoo hai
hum wohi …eee….eee
hain
pehchaano (aaaaa)
hum wohi hain(aaaaa)
dekho toh aankh mal ke(aaaaa)
hum tum se (aaaaa)
mil chuke hain(aaaaa)
soorat badal badal ke(aaaaa)

dhaalaa tumhaari chaahat ne
hamko buton ki moorat mein
poojaa tumhaari aankhon ne
hamko sanam ki soorat mein
aaa aaa aaa
aaa aaa aaa

dhaalaa tumhaari chaahat ne
hamko buton ki moorath mein
poojaa tumhaari aankhon ne
hamko sanam ki soorat mein
aaa aaa aaa aaa aaa
ab yeh aankhein
ajanabi si
bann gayee…eeee….eeeee
hain
pehchaano (aaaaa)
hum wohi hain(aaaaa)
dekho toh aankh mal ke(aaaaa)
hum tum se (aaaaa)
mil chuke hain(aaaaa)
soorat badal badal ke(aaaaa)

sair e chaman mein hum aksar
utrenge chaandni ban ke
jis shaakh ko jhukaaogey
hans denge hum kali ban ke
aaa aaa aaa aaa
aaa aaa aaa

sair e-chaman mein hum aksar
utarenge chaandni bann ke
jiss shaakh ko jhukaaogey
hans denge hum kali bann ke
aaa aaa aaa aaa
tum ho bulbul
hum bhi gul se
kam nahin….eeen…..eeen
hain
pehchaano
hum wohi hain (aaaaa)
dekho toh aankh mal ke(aaaaa)
hum tum se (aaaa)
mil chuke hain(aaaaa)
soorat badal badal ke(aaaa)

aaa aaaa aaaa aaa
aaa aaaa aaaa aaa
aaa aaaa aaaa aaa
aaa aaaa aaaa aaa

kyaa tum na geet gaaogey
jab saaz de rahe hain hum
phir zulf ke shabistaa se
aawaaz de rahe hain hum
aaa aaa aaa…aaaa
aaa…aaaa…aaaa…aa

kyaa tum na geet gaaogey
jab saaz de rahe hain hum
phir zulf ke shabistaa se
aawaaz de rahe hain hum
aaa aaa aaa aaa…aaa
aa bhijaao
itni shamme jal rahi…eee….eeee
hain
pehchaano
hum wohi hain (aaaaa)
dekho toh aankh mal ke(aaaaa)
hum tum se (aaaa)
mil chuke hain(aaaaa)
soorat badal badal ke(aaaa)

hum wohi hain
hum wohi hain
hum wohi ee ee ee
hain
pehchaano hum wohi hain (aaaaa)
dekho toh aankh mal ke(aaaaa)
hum tum se (aaaa)
mil chuke hain(aaaaa)
soorat badal badal ke(aaaa)

aaa aaaa aaaa
aaa aaaa aaaa
aaa aaa aaa
aaaaaaa
aaaaaaa


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“Baazaar”(1982) was produced by Vijay Talwar and directed by Sagar Sarhadi. The movie had Naseeruddin Shah, Farooq Shaikh, Smita Patil, Supriya Pathak, B L Chopra, Nisha Singh etc in it.

Today (18 february 2017) is the birth anniversary of Khayyam. On this occasion, here is a song from “Baazaar”(1982). This song is sung by Jagjeet Kaur, Pamela Chopra and chorus. The lyrics are traditional. Music is composed by Khayyaam.

The song is picturised as a wedding ritaul song on a few ladies. I am unable to identify most of them (except Nisha Singh). I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify them.

Lyrics of this song, the fifth and final song from the movie, were sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala. With this song, “Baazaar”(1982) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.

Video

Audio

Song-Chale aao sainyya rangeeley main waari re (Baazaar)(1982) Singers-Jagjeet Kaur, Pamela Chopra, Lyrics-Traditional, MD-Khayyam
Chorus
All

Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

Chale aao sainyya rangeeley main waari re
Chale aao sainyya rangeeley main waari re
Chale aao sainyya rangeeley main waari re
Chale aao sainyya rangeeley main waari re

Sajan mohe tum bin bhaaye na gajra
Sajan mohe tum bin bhaaye na gajra
Ji bhaaye na gajra
Ho bhaaye na gajra

Na motiyaa chameli
Na juhi na mogra
Na motiyaa chameli
Na juhi na mogra
Chale aao sainyya rangeeley main waari re

Sajan mohe tum bin bhaaye na zewar
Sajan mohe tum bin bhaaye na zewar
Ho bhaaye na zewar
Ji bhaaye na zewar
Na jhumke na kangan
Na jhumar na jhaanjhar
Na jhumke na kangan
Na jhumar na jhaanjhar
Chale aao sainyya rangeeley main waari re

Sajan mohe tum bin bhaaye na singaar
Sajan mohe tum bin bhaaye na singaar
Ji bhaaye na singaar
Ho bhaaye na singaar
Na kaajal na surkhi
Na mitti na mehndi
Na kaajal na surkhi
Na mitti na mehndi
Chale aao sainyya rangeeley main waari re
Chale aao sainyya rangeeley main waari re
Chale aao sainyya rangeeley main waari re
Chale aao sainyya rangeeley main waari re

———————————————————–
Devnagri script lyrics
————————————————————
चले आओ सैंय्या रंगीले मैं वारी रे
चले आओ सैंय्या रंगीले मैं वारी रे
चले आओ सैंय्या रंगीले मैं वारी रे
चले आओ सैंय्या रंगीले मैं वारी रे

सजन मोहे तुम बिन भाये न गजरा
सजन मोहे तुम बिन भाये न गजरा
जी भाये न गजरा
हो भाये न गजरा
न मोतिया चमेली
न जूही न मोगरा
न मोतिया चमेली
न जूही न मोगरा
चले आओ सैंय्या रंगीले मैं वारी रे

सजन मोहे तुम बिन भाये न जेवर
सजन मोहे तुम बिन भाये न जेवर
हो भाये न जेवर
जी भाये न जेवर
न झुमके न कंगन
न झूमर न झांझर
न झुमके न कंगन
न झूमर न झांझर
चले आओ सैंय्या रंगीले मैं वारी रे

सजन मोहे तुम बिन भाये न सिंगार
सजन मोहे तुम बिन भाये न सिंगार
जी भाये न सिंगार
हो भाये न सिंगार
न काजल न सुर्खी
न मिट्टी न मेहँदी
न काजल न सुर्खी
न मिट्टी न मेहँदी
चले आओ सैंय्या रंगीले मैं वारी रे
चले आओ सैंय्या रंगीले मैं वारी रे
चले आओ सैंय्या रंगीले मैं वारी रे
चले आओ सैंय्या रंगीले मैं वारी रे


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“Naya Din Nayi Raat” (1974) was produced by N P Ali and directed by A Bhimsingh for Jamu Pictures. The movie had Sanjeev Kumar, Jaya Bhaduri, Naazneen, Farida Jalal, Tuntun, Indira Bansal, Lalita Pawar, Shivraj, Sunder, V.Gopal, Johnny Whisky, Dilip Dutt, Polson, Keshav Rana, Hameed, Dada Mirasi, Rirkoo, Bedi, Master Aziz, Swaraj, Baby Pinky, Om Prkash, Mukri, Madhu, Mona Saxena, Lalita Kumari, Devika, Manorama, Shyama, Mohan Sharma, David Abraham, Bharati,Devika, Anand, Bihari, Narbada Shankar, Pakkoda Kader, Umesh Sharma etc in it.

There were five songs in the movie. Three of them have been discussed in the past.

Here is the fourth song from “Naya Din Nayi Raat” (1974) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

The song is picturised as a stage dance performance song on Jaya Bhaduri and Sanjeev Kumar. Mukri, Keshav Rana and Johnny Whisky are also visible in the picturisation.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

video(full)

Song-Bahut guzar chuki thhodi si raat baaqi hai (Naya Din Nayi Raat)(1974) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

bahut guzar chuki..ee ee ee
bahut guzar chuki
thhodi si raat
baaqi hai
sanam na jaao abhi
sanam na jaaao abhi
sanam na jaao abhi
sanam na jaao abhi
sanam na jaao abhi
dil ki baat baaqi hai
sanam na jaao abhi
bahut guzar chuki
thhodi si raat baaqi hai
sanam na jaao abhi
na jaao
naaa jaaao
sanam na jaao abhi ee
dil ki baa…aaat baaqi hai
sanam na jaao abhi
dil ki baat baaqi hai ae
dil ki baat baaqi hai

zubaan jaley jo main keh doon ke bewafaa tum ho
haa haaan aaan aaan aaan
zubaan jaley jo main keh doon ke bewafaa tum ho o
khuda gawaah ke mere liye ae
khudaa tum ho
tumhaaraa har situm mere liye raahat hi raahat hai
yehi imaan hai meraa
yehi meri ibaadat hai
yehi meri ibaadat hai
tumhaare dum se meri
kaaynaat baaqi hai
sanam na jaao abhi
na jaao
naaa jaaao
sanam na jaao abhi ee
dil ki baa aaat baaqi hai
sanam na jaao abhi ee
dil ki baat baaqi hai ae
dil ki baat baaqi hai

jo do ghadi ke liye
pyaar ki khushi de do
o o o
o o o o
jo do ghadi ke liye
pyaar ki khushi de do o o
toh uss khushi ke aewaaz meri zindagi le lo
magar ye zehar tanhzayee ka
ab main pee nahin sakthi
agar nazr e karam na ho toh
pal bhar jee nahin sakti
toh pal bhar jee nahin sakti

ussi nazar ke liye
meri zaat baaqi hai
sanam na jaao abhi
na jaao
naaa jaaao
sanam na jaao abhi ee
dil ki baaaaa..aaaat baaqi hai
sanam na jaao abhi
dil ki baat baaqi hai ae
dil ki baat baaqi hai


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“Bharosa”(1963) was produced by N.Vasudeva Menon and directed by K.Shankar for Vasu Films, Madras. This movie had Guru Dutt, Asha Parekh, Mehmood, Sudesh Kumar, Neena, Kanhaiyalal, Sulochana Chatterjee, Nana Palsikar, Lalita Pawar, Shivraj, Om Prakash, Shubha Khote etc in it.

This movie had eight songs in it. Seven of these songs have been discussed in the past.

Here is the eighth and final song from “Bharosa”(1963) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata and Asha Bhonsle. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ravi.

If this song is sung by sisters, then it is picturised as a dance song on two sisters, namely Sayi and Subbulaxmi, the famous dancing sisters of that era. Choreography of this song was done by Gopi Krishna.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

With this song, “Bharosa”(1963) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.

Audio

video

Song-Dhadka o dil dhadka (Bharosa)(1963) Singers-Lata, Asha Bhosle, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Ravi
Both

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

dhadkaa
o dil dhadkaa
guzraa gali se meri
mere sapnon waalaa ek ladka
dhadkaa
o dil dhadkaa
guzraa gali se meri
mere sapnon waalaa ek ladka
dhadkaa
o dil dhadkaa

maine bhi dekhaa
us ne bhi dekhaa
aankhon hi aankhon mein huyee batiyaan
maine bhi dekha
uss ne bhi dekhaa
aankhon hi aankhon mein huyee batiyaan

haan ek bhool huyee
poochha na naam pataa
kaisey likhoongi main ab patiyaan

dhadkaa
o dil dhadkaa
guzraa gali se meri
mere sapnon waalaa ek ladka
dhadkaa o dil dhadkaa
guzraa gali se meri
mere sapnon waalaa ek ladka
dhadkaa
o dil dhadkaa

hoga milan kab
main toh na jaanoon
jaaney toh jaane woh mann basiyaa

hoga milan kab
main toh na jaanoon
jaaney toh jaane woh mann basiyaa

uss ki lagan mein gaati rahoongi
aaye na aaye mera rasiyaa
dhadkaa
o dil dhadkaa
guzraa gali se meri
mere sapnon waalaa ek ladka
dhadkaa
o dil dhadkaa
guzraa gali se meri
mere sapnon waalaa ek ladka
dhadkaa
o dil dhadkaa


This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, 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.

Today’s song is a “Special ” song from film Gulbakavali-47. It is written by Munshi Shefta, the MD was Phiroz Dastoor and the song is sung by Menakabai.

Now let see what is so ‘special’ about this song.

Couple of years back I had written a series of 3 articles of “Same Name Confusions”, in which a total of 15 Cine Artistes causing Same Name Confusions due to their similar names were segregated and the confusion, hopefully, was clarified.

When I had thought of this series, I had made a list of such names. The list consisted of over 30 such names. Important and frequently mistaken identities were selected first and I wrote about them. While doing that series,I know how much hard work I had to do to get the information from different sources and that too after corroborating it several times.

At one time, besides these 15 Same Name personalities, in my list of other artistes,there were at least

4 Raajkumars
6 Gauhars
8 Nalinis
3 Neelams
3 Zohras
2 Meenakshis
2 Madhuris
4 Noorjehans
3 Ameerbais

several Leelas, Khursheeds, Bimlas, Yasmins etc etc etc……

Hindi film industry is an ocean and no wonder, several students have earned their Ph.D.s in studying HF and HFM. I too continue learning new things from this ocean, every now and then.

Same thing happened the other day, when our friend Sadanand Kamath ji sent an email to me asking if Menaka, Menakabai and Menakabai Shirodkar were the same. He also made a fleeting remark about a certain Menaka Devi of Calcutta. Though I sent him the information I had about Menaka, I was wondering about all these Menakas. Thus started my intensive research for information on Menakas.

For almost 10-12 days, I stopped writing any posts on the Blog and I was engrossed in referring to various sources on the Net, various books and old discussions on RMIM etc. I also requested Harish Raghuwanshi ji for information on this subject. Once I got all data, I started dissecting and analysing it, by corroborating them with cross references from several books that I have.

During this process Sadanand ji was encouraging me and discussing this matter with me, raising questions and doubts and making suggestions by mails. After a marathon work of 15 days, finally I compiled all the information ( knowing that I may have to defend all this with references) and wrote down notes on both Menakas. I sent this information to Sadanand ji with a suggestion to him that he can use all this information for his article, since he had obtained a rare song of Menakabai from film Gulbakavali-47.

He, however, magnanimously wrote back to me that ” since you have done so much research on ‘Menakas’, I strongly feel that not me, but you should write the article on this “same Name Confusion” artiste. Please consider my request.” When I politely declined, he wrote back,” having done so much work, it is in the fitness of things that you reconsider to write this article”. Not only this, he also sent me the link for the uploaded song and the song lyrics. After this mail, I simply could not refuse and agreed to write this article.

For the benefit of our readers,I am giving the short Biographies of both the Menakas herewith….

Menaka Devi ( Calcutta)
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Menaka Devi was born in Varanasi on 23-1-1921. Her mother was a resident of the holy city although her father was from Bengal. She studied upto Matriculation. She could speak fluent English and Hindi, but not much of Bangla, having been raised in Varanasi. Her interest in music and dance took her to Bombay where she starred in a couple of films like Prince Thaksen (1929), Uttara Abhimanyu, Ishwar Ki Maut and others as a child artiste. When the Talkie started she acted and sang in Bhedi Rajkumar-34, Pyara Dushman-35 and Krishna Shishtai – 35.

Reportedly, she met the legendary film director Debaki Bose of Bengal during a train journey and he was so impressed by her that he decided to cast her in the lead role of his next venture in the Hindi version of the bilingual Sonar Sansar (1936 in Bangla and Sunehra Sansar-36 in Hindi) and thus began the illustrious career of Menaka Devi.

Her devotion to work was such that she learnt Bengali, her mother tongue although she was anything but fluent in it having spent all her life till then outside Bengal, so that she could play the same role (that of Alka) in the Bengali version also. Dhiraj Bhattacharya was her first hero on the screen. P.C.Barua, who was on the lookout for a young and fresh face to play Jharna in his forthcoming production Mukti (1937) selected her for both the versions ( Bangla and Hindi) and a flow started whereby she starred in films like Adhikar (1939), Abhigyan (1938), Bardidi (1939 in Bangla and Badi Didi in Hindi), Rajat Jayanti (1940) and others.

She decided to try her luck in Bombay around 1944 and starred in few films there and definitely made her presence felt although playing the second lead most of the time. Kishore Sahu procured her services for Hamari Duniya (1952). She was married to Pannalal Shrivastav and had 1 daughter ( Jaya Ganguly). She turned producer also and this proved her undoing. Both her films as producer, Apna na Huye Apne (No information of this film,probably incomplete) and Jeene Do-48, both starring herself with prominent Bombay stars flopped.

She returned to Calcutta a broken woman and found to her dismay that roles were not coming to her. She joined the MG Enterprise, a drama group of Molina Devi and performed on the stage to continue to live as an actress. She even arranged magic shows along with husband Pannalal Srivastava while small roles came pouring in films like Ekti Raat (1956) and others. The feature that strikes even today while seeing her performance is the spontaneous nature of her acting. Why good roles eluded her is a mystery. She was last seen on the screen in Bhombal Sardar (1983). In all, she acted in 60 films-Bangla and Hindi together.

Her end came on 22-1- 2004 after a prolonged fight not only against poor health but also poverty. Her death was reported only in one Bengali daily although her death news received good coverage on television.

Filmography- Only Hindi
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Title Place of production Comments
Bhedi Rajkumar-34 in Bombay Acted and sang 1 solo
Pyara Dushman-35 Acted and sang 2 solos
Krishna Shishtai-35 Acted and sang 2 solos
Sunehra Sansar-36 in Calcutta Acted and sang 1 solo
Mukti-37 Acted and sang 1 solo
Abhagin-38 Acted
Badi Didi-39
Sapera-39
Mahakavi kalidas-42
Shrikrishna Arjun yuddha-45 Bombay Acted
Shravan kumar-46
1857-46
Chitod Vijay-47
Jeene Do-48 ” ( produced also)
Hamari Duniya-52
Do Bigha Zamin-53 Calcutta

Menaka/Menakabai / Menakabai Shirodkar ( Bombay )
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Menaka was born in Lahore in or around 1910. She was from a professional singer family and got training in classical singing. The family was originally from Belgaon and her maiden name was Menaka Belgaonkar. Later she was married and became Menaka Shirodkar.
At the age of 23-24 she landed in Bombay to try her luck in films. In those days such girls from singing families used to get into films easily, due to their singing capability. She joined Minerva and sang in their films, starting with Pukar-39,in which she got only one song.
She was more interested in classical singing and hence concentrated on singing more than acting. However, she did act in 5 films, in which she also sang.

After her film Gul Bakavli-47 she devoted her full time in singing and holding jalsas. Soon she became a known figure in singing circles. After marriage she got two daughters. One of them Shobha became famous singer and was known as Shobha Gurtu.
After her singing was over Menakabai Shirodkar-as she came to be known later- retired and settled in Ponda,Goa.
She died on 23-12-2003 at the age of around 93 years.

Filmography-
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Title Comments
Pukar-39 1 solo song
Paak Daman-40 Acting and 3 solos+ 1 Duet
Main Haari-40 1 solo, 2 Duets
Bharosa-40 Acting and 2 solos, 1 Duet
Sikandar-41 1 solo
Ulti Ganga-42 1 solo, 1 Trio
Phir milenge-42 Acting and 3 solos
Prithwi Vallabh-43 2 solos, 2 Duets and 1 Trio
Bhakta Raidas-43 Acting and 1 Duet as Menakabai
Dr. Kumar-44 1 solo
Gul Bakavali-47 Acting and 4 solos, a Duet..all as Menakabai.

( The above article is based on writings of Jyoti prakash Guha ji, Kolkata, Yogesh Yadav ji, Baroda, Dhananjay Naniwadekar ji, U.S.A., of RMIM,Isak Mujawar ji, information received from shri Harish Raghuwanshi ji, Surat, my notes, IMDB, Muvyz and HFGK. Thanks to all. )

The cast of the film Gulbakavali-47 was Phiroz Dastoor,Rabab,Sanobar,Menaka,Shyam kumar,Jabbar etc. The film was released in Super Cinema,Bombay 0n 9-1-1948. The film had a popular story from the Arabian Nights.Fantasy stories and Fairy tales have been enchanting masses for centuries. This is because everybody wants a magic which will make him happy, seeking a solace in such stories. For several centuries such stories have been invoking the child in a man.

GUL-E-BAKAVALI or the magic flower of the Bakavali Tree is supposed to do many things which are unimaginable. let us see the history of this story which has mesmerised the film producers for many years.

Gul-e-Bakawali is a popular medieval romance in many versions. The seventeenth-century poet Nawazish Khan was perhaps the first to write a Bangla version of Gule Bakawali, a story in verse about the love of Prince Taj ul mulk for the fairy Bakawali. The Sprinter catalogue records an Urdu Gule Bakawali written in verse in 1625. In 1722, Sheikh Izzatullah, a Bengali, wrote a prose version, Taj ul mulk Gule Bakawali, in persian. It is not known on which version Nawazish Khan based his poem.

There were several variant versions of Gule Bakawali, such as the poetic versions by Muhammad Mukim (1760–70), Muhammad Ali, Munsi Ebadat Ali (1840), Umacharan Mitra (1834), and Abdus Shakur, and the prose version by Bijaynath Mukhopadhyaya (1904). Kedarnath Gangopadhyaya wrote a play based on the story in 1978. Ebadat Ali’s Gule Bakawali is a dobhasi puthi.

The story was also popular in Urdu. Thus, at the beginning of the nineteenth century, Munshi Nehalchand Lahori wrote a prose version titled Mazhabe Ishq (1803), and Dayashankar Nasim wrote a masnavi (poem) called Gulzare Nasim (1835).

* Gul-e-Bakavali was the first picture with the same subject as Silent film in 1924 directed by Kanjibhai Rathod and produced by Kohinoor flms. It starred Jamna, Khalil, Fatma Begum, Noor Mohamed, Sabita Devi, Sultana, Usha Rani and Zubeida.

* The story was made as Silent film again in 1930 (Starring Vishnu, Gulab .. Dir Mohanlal Shah)

* Gul-e-Bakavali was made as Hindi films five times in 1932 ( starring Ashraf Khan, Zaibunnisa.. Dir Anand Prasad Kapoor), 1947 ( Starring Feroz Dastur, Menaka, Rabab, Sanober..Dir Rustom Modi), 1956 ( starring MG Ramachandran,Varalaxmi, Rajkumari…Dir Ramanna TR), 1963( starring Jairaj, Nishi.. Dir Jugal Kishore) and 1982( starring Feroz Khan , Amjad Khan … Dir Ravi (Kant Nagaich )..

* The story was pictured earlier in Telugu in 1938 with title Gulebakavali directed by Kallakoori Sadasivaravu and starring B. Jayamma. and again pictured as Gulebakavali Katha in 1962 (starring NT Ranarao , Jamuna, Nagaratnam .. Dir Kamalakara Kameshwara Rao)

* There are two Tamil versions, one from mid 30’s by Soundararajan (Tamilnadu Talkies fame!) and another version in 1955 , directed and produced by T. R. Ramanna and starring M. G. Ramachandran, T.R. Rajakumari and G. Varalakshmi…

The earlier Punjabi version was released in 1938 (*Baby Noorjehan , Ajmal , M Isamil … Dir Barkat Mehra) …

In Pakistan the story was pictured in 1961 (Ilyas Kashmiri, Jamila Razzaq .. Dir Munshi Dil .. MD.. Safdar Hussain ).

The story of the film was….

Long long ago a king was blessed with a son to his second wife, but the astrologer had warned him that if he sees his son’s face before he is 28 years, the king will go blind. So the king sends his queen and the new born out of kingdom. They go and settle in a jungle where the prince grows up. His name is Taj ul Mulk (Phiroz Dastur). After 26 years the king and his soldiers are passing through a jungle where this prince is living. By chance the king sees him and suddenly he loses his eyes. He realises that it is his son. The queen also comes there. The Raj jyotishi tells that only the flower of magic tree Bakavali or Gul-e-bakavali can bring back king’s sight. One condition is that only his son should bring it.

The king has 3 sons from his first queen, but they are useless. However they promise the king that they will bring the flower and set out in its search. Taj ul Mulk also goes searching for it.

Once Taj and the three other sons meet and they tie Taj with ropes, loot all his money and leave him like that for jungle animals to eat. The princess of state Bakavali is flying on her magic carpet with her friends, when she sees Taj. They get down and release him. Taj and princess fall in love and immediately sing a song or two to solidify the ties.

The Princess promises Taj to get him the magic Flower. While she is bringing the flower, the 3 evil sons steal it and run away. The princess is turned into a stone statue. When Taj learns about it, he follows the 3 Princes and gets the flower, bring the Princess to Human life and also brings back the King’s site.
All is well that ends well.

The song is sung by Menakabai and according to the book,” Dhunon ki yatra” by Pankaj Raag, the song was composed by Phiroz Dastoor. It is a good song. Let us enjoy it.

With this rare song, “Gul Bakaawli”(1947) makes its debut in the blog.

Audio

Song-Unhen kissa e gham sunaati rahoongi (Gul Bakaawli)(1947) Singer-Menka Bai, Lyrics-Munshi Shefta, MD-Feroz Dastoor

Lyrics(Provided by Sadanand Kamath)

unhen kissa-e-gham sunaati rahoongi
unhen kissa-e-gham sunaati rahoongi
main rang e mohabbat
main rang e mohabbat
jamaati rahoongi
unhen kissa-e-gham sunaati rahoongi

main har(?) pe shiqaayat
na laaungi
lab pe
sitam par tere
muskuraati rahoongi
sitam par tere
muskuraati rahoongi
unhen kissa-e-gham sunaati rahoongi

main taaron ki chhaaon mein
betaab ho o o kar
teri yaad mein
gungunaati rahoongi
teri yaad mein
gungunaati rahoongi
unhen kissa-e-gham sunaati rahoongi

wafaaon ko apni
zafaaon ko teri
main ginti rahoongi
wafaaon ko apni
zafaaon ko teri
main ginti rahoongi
ginaati rahoongi
ginaati rahoongi
unhen kissa-e-gham sunaati rahoongi


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“Jeena Yahaan”(1979) was produced by N P Ali and directed by Basu Chatterji for Jaamu Pictures, Bombay. This movie had Amol Palekar,Zarina Wahaab,Sunder, Purohit,Devendra Khandelwala,V.K.Pathak, Arvind Deshpande, Dina Pathak, Shekhar Kapoor, Shabana Azmi, Kiran Vairale etc in it.

Though it is a movie of recent vintage by the standards of this blog. this movie as well as its music became obscure as soon as they were released.

This movie had three songs in it. Here is the first song from this movie to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata and Yesudas. Yogesh is the lyricist. Music is composed by Salil Chaudhary.

The song is picturised on Zarina Wahab and Amol Palekar.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra long ago in 2013.

With this song, “Jeena Yahaan”(1979) makes its debut in the blog.

Audio (Full)

Video

Song-Ham nahin dukh se ghabraayenge (Jeena Yahaan)(1979) Singers-Lata, Yesudas, Lyrics-Yogesh, MD-Salil Chaudhary
Both

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

hum nahin dukh se ghabraayenge
aa aa aa
aaaaa
hum nahin dukh se ghabraayenge

hai nahin sukh zaraa saa
chaaron taraf hai niraashaa aa
hai nahin sukh zaraa saa
chaaron taraf hai niraashaa

phir bhi chhodenge naa
aashaa
hardam
muskuraayenge ae ae
ae
hum nahin dukh se ghabraayenge

toot’te sajte rahe
har ghadi chhubhte rahe..eee
sheeshon jaise sapne mere
hey
toot’te sajte rahe
har ghadi chhubhte rahe
sheeshon jaise sapne mere

inhin sapnon ke liye
hum andheron mein jiyen ae
inhien sapnon ke liye
hum andheron mein jiyen

ab ummeedon ke diye ban kar
jagmagaayenge ae
hum nahin dukh se ghabraayenge

hausle dil mein hamaare hain jawaan
paanv rakh denge jahaan
manzilein hongee wahaan

hausle dil mein hamaare hain jawaan
paanv rakh denge jahaan aa
manzilein hongee wahaan
hamne khaayee hai qasam
ab na rokenge kadam
hamne khaayee hai qasam
ab na rokenge kadam
jeenaa yahaan apnaa dharam
hans kar
jiye jaayenge ae
hum nahin dukh se ghabraayenge

kyun rahe mann mein ghutan
kyun ho jeevan mein jalan
chhalke kyun ye aakhir nayan
kyun rahe mann mein ghutan
kyun ho jeevan mein jalan
chhalke kyun ye aakhir nayan

ab koyee roye nahin
aanchal ye bhigoye nahin
ab koyee roye nahin
aanchal ye bhigoye nahin

hum woh din khoye kahin sukh ke
lekar aayenge
hum nahin dukh se ghabraayenge

toot’te sajte rahe
har ghadi chhubhte rahe..eee
sheeshon jaise sapne mere
hey
toot’te sajte rahe
har ghadi chhubhte rahe
sheeshon jaise sapne mere

inheen sapnon ke liye
hum andheron mein jiye ae
inheen sapnon ke liye
hum andheron mein jiye

ab ummeedon ke diye bankar
jagmagaayenge ae
hum nahin dukh se ghabraayenge

hai nahin sukh zaraa saa
chaaron taraf hai niraashaa
phir bhi chhodenge naa
aashaa
har dam
muskuraayenge ae
hum nahin dukh se

he ae
hum nahin
dukh se ghabraayenge
hum nahin dukh se ghabraayenge


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“Bharosa”(1963) was produced by N.Vasudeva Menon and directed by K.Shankar for Vasu Films, Madras. This movie had Guru Dutt, Asha Parekh, Mehmood, Sudesh Kumar, Neena, Kanhaiyalal, Sulochana Chatterjee, Nana Palsikar, Lalita Pawar, Shivraj, Om Prakash, Shubha Khote etc in it.

This movie had eight songs in it. Six of these songs have been discussed in the past.

Here is the seventh song from “Bharosa”(1963) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Rafi and Asha Bhonsle. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ravi.

The song is picturised on Mehmood and Shubha Khote.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

Audio

Video

Song-Kabhi dushmani kabhi dosti (Bharosa)(1963) Singers-Rafi, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Ravi

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

kabhi dushmani kabhi dosti
kabhi baat baat mein dillagi
haayye allaahaa
jaayein kahaan dilwaale
haayye allaahaa
jaayein kahaan dilwaale
kabhi haan kahey
kabhi naa kahey
kabhi jhoothh moothh meri jaan kahey
haayye aallaahaa
mar jaayein dilwaale ae
haayye aallaahaa
mar jaayein dilwaale

tum na hote
hum na hote
zindagi tum hi se hai
tum na hote
hum na hote
zindagi tum hi se hai
husnwaalon
yaad rakho
aashiqui tum hi se hai
aashiqui tum hi se hai
ye banaawaatein
ye khushaamadein
din raat naak mein dum karein
haayye aallahaa
mar jaayein dilwaale
haayye aallaahaa
mar jaayein dilwaale

kabhi dushmani
kabhi dosti
kabhi baat baat mein dillagi
haayye allaahaa
jaayein kahaan dilwaale ae
haayye allaahaa
jaayein kahaan dilwaaley

aaj kal toh jis ko dekho
woh hi parwaanaa bane
aaj kal toh jis ko dekho
woh hi parwaanaa bane
baal jis ke bhi hon bikhre
woh hi deewaanaa bane
woh hi deewaanaa bane

kabhi ye adaa
kabhi woh adaa
kabhi bewafa toh kabhi baa-wafaa
haayye allaahaa
jaayein kahaan dilwaale
haayye allaahaa
jaayein kahaan dilwaale
kabhi haan kahey
kabhi naa kahey
kabhi jhoothh moothh meri jaan kahey
haayye aallahaa
mar jaayein dilwaale
haayye aallaahaa
mar jaayein dilwaale

kya sitam hai
dil churaa kar
aankh dikhlaate hain woh o o
kya sitam hai
dil churaa kar
aankh dikhlaate hain woh
kya samajh kar
peechhe peechhe
dil liye aate hain woh
dil liye aate hain woh

koyee ghar nahin
koyee dar nahin
meri jaan jeb mein zar(/??) nahin
haayye allaahaa
jaayein kahaan dilwaale ae
haayye allaahaa
jaayein kahaan dilwaaley
kabhi haan kahey
kabhi naa kahey
kabhi jhoothh moothh meri jaan kahey
haayye aallahaa
mar jaayein dilwaale ae
haayye aallahaa
mar jaayein dilwaale

kabhi dushmani
kabhi dosti
kabhi baat baat mein dillagi
haayye allaahaa
jaayein kahaan dilwaale ae
haayye allahaa(ha)
mar jaayein dilwaale ae


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This blog discusses Bollywood songs of yesteryears. Every song has a brief description, followed by a video link, and complete lyrics of the song.

This is a labour of love, where "new" songs are added every day, and that has been the case for more than eight years. This blog has more than 12900 song posts by now.

This blog is active and online for over 3000 days since its beginning on 19 july 2008.

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Movies with all their songs covered =900 Total Number of movies covered =3633

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