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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 other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

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#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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#Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 79 # Remembering Director Tapan Sinha – His movies #
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In our film industry we have many personalities who have left indelible mark of their craftsmanship and genius through their contribution to the Indian film Industry.

Some of them achieved this in spite of producing or directing very few films. Such few personalities have immortalized themselves in the history of Indian Cinema through their works.

Today we pay our tributes to one such personality – one of the most prominent directors Shri.Tapan Sinha. He can be considered to be in the leagues of Shri.Satyajit Ray, Shri.Mrinal Sen, and Shri.Ritwik Ghatak. He was conferred with the highest honors for films the ‘Dadasaheb Phalke’ award in 2006.

Today 15th January 2019 is the tenth ‘Remembrance Day’ of Tapan Sinha (02.10.1924 – 15.01.2009).

The ‘nuances of life reality’ in his works and the ‘greatness of his efforts’ behind the presentations on ‘screen’ as we get to watch, cannot be detailed in one article here.

To put in short about him, I am reproducing below the text mentioned in the blurb on the jacket of the VCD (of film ‘Safed Haathi -1977).

“He is arguably the most uncompromising film maker outside the orbit of parallel cinema. And his awe-inspiring body of work can possibly be matched by only a – Mrinal Sen or a Satyajit Ray. He is the grand old man of cinema– Tapan Sinha.

His filmography presents an amazing variety of subjects. Even when the Director has profusely entertained the audience, he has done it every time, with a new yarn promising new experiences for the filmgoers. And these have not been ordinary crowd-pleasers nor have they seemed mired in familiar formulas. A veritable commander of the box-office, Tapan Sinha has offered many super hit films in succession – namely- ‘Hatey Bazaare’, ‘Aapnjan’, ‘Ekhani’, ‘Safed Haathi’ etc creating a record that is unsurpassed even today.

Yet in each of these films, adapted faithfully from widely read literary works and neatly told, a serious observer may discover the creative burst that raises a popular work to an artistic level. This nonchalant mastery of spinning pleasurable surprises right on the screen has been discernible in all his films, even including his work containing raw realities of life like ‘Apanjan’ or ‘Raja’.

His major works have been in Bangla films and in Hindi he has produced/directed – ‘Zindagi-Zindagi-1972’, ‘Sagina-1974’, ‘Safed Haathi-1977’, ‘Aadmi aur Aurat-1982’ and ‘Aaj Ka Robinhood-1987’, and the last one ‘Anokha Moti-2000’.
(Ref wiki page on Tapan Sinha)

Out of the above movies I remember to have watched ‘Ek Doctor Ki Maut’ and ‘Safed Haathi’ on ‘doordarshan’.
On our blog we have already covered all songs from the film ‘Sagina-1974’ and ‘Zindagi-Zindagi-1972’.

Today we introduce a song from the film ‘Safed Haathi-1976’ which was directed by Tapan Sinha, and this movie ‘Safed Haathi-1976’ make its debut on the blog today.

‘Safed Haathi-1977’ (alias ‘White Elephant’) was directed by Tapan Sinha. It was a ‘Neelkamal Movies, Calcutta’ presentation.
It was produced by R.A. Jalan and Pratap Agarwal.

Subodh Roy was the editor of this movie. Its dialogues were written by Hridayesh Pandey.
Tapan Sinha who directed this movie had also written the story and screenplay of this movie.

The film had Shatrughan Sinha (in special appearance), Vijay Arora, Sadhu Mehar, Mala Jaggi, Gayatri, Kalyan Chatterjee, Bhaskar Choudhary, Vishwa Guha Thakurta, Reena Barua and Utpal Dutt as its cast. Child artist Ashwani makes a debut in this movie.

Music of this film was composed by Ravindra Jain who also wrote the lyrics of the four songs in this film. Yesudas, Hemlata, Ravindra Jain, Nirmala Mishra gave their voices to the songs in this film.

This movie was passed by Censor board on 18.10.1977.

(While giving the details of this movie HFGK Vol-V makes a note that from the ‘booklet’ of this movie it comes to light that it was earlier titled as ‘Puraskar’ (The Prize))

As mentioned above, I had watched this movie earlier on ‘Doordarshan’ (may be sometime around 1991-92) and I remember how thrilled I was then and I always like to watch movies that have some ‘message’ in it and watching a movie which has ‘elephant’ as a ‘central character’ always fascinates me.
In this movie too watching ‘Airaavat’ or the ‘white elephant’ whenever he appears on the screen is very very interesting and touching.

So, few years back I had bought the VCD of this movie so that I can watch it again with my family at home. I always thought that such movies should be watched by all irrespective of what our age is.

I would not like to discuss more on the story of this movie since I wish that one should watch this movie and enjoy its thrill, its message and its learning. Review of this movie is available at ‘Memsaab Story’ too.

This movie was awarded National Film Award for Best Children’s Film in 1978.
It also got a ‘Special Jury Award’ in the Sixth Competitive Festival “The Child in Our Time” 1983 in Mifed, Milan, Italy.
It participated in several prestigious International film festivals where it received high acclaim and was well appreciated for its contemporary theme, preservation of flora and fauna and emphasis on qualities of chivalry, adventure and integrity of character in children.

Today we get introduced ourselves to this first song of the movie on our blog which is sung by Yesudas and written and composed by Ravindra Jain.

Let us now enjoy this wonderful song from this movie ‘Safed Haathi’ and pay our tributes to Late Shri.Tapan Sinha ji on the blog here today …

Video (Part I)

Video (Part II)

Audio

Song-Uthho hey laal (Safed Haathhi)(1977) Singer-Yesudas, Lyrics-Ravindra Jain, MD-Ravindra Jain
(Note: – HFGK mentions this song as one song while listing the songs of this movie)

Lyrics

Uthho hey laal uthho hey
Uthho hey laal uthho hey
Sooraj narayan aaye
Kirnon ki doli leke
Tumhre dwaare jaago hey
Jaago hey
Uthho hey laal
uthho hey ae ae
Uthho hey laal
uthho hey

Bhor ki ye bela nahin
soye ke ganwaane ki
Ghadi ye suhaani pyaare
jagne jagaane ki ee
Bhor ki ye bela nahin
Bhor ki ye bela nahin
soye ke ganwaane ki
Ghadi ye suhaani pyaare
jagne jagaane ki ee ee
Bina hi jagaaye jaage
Pyaare pyaare
Panchhiyon ki meetthhi meeththi baani
Suno hey
Jaago hey
Uthho hey laal
uthho hey ae ae
Uthho hey laal
uthho hey

Ban ki guphaaon mein jo luke chhupe baithe hain
Unke bhi sukh dukh
ham tum jaise hain
Ban ki guphaaon mein jo
Ban ki guphaaon mein jo luke chupe baithe hain
Unke bhi sukh dukh
ham tum jaise hain
Sher Cheetah Bhaalu Haathi
Inko banaa ke saathi
Inke bhi sang khelo hey
Jaago hey
Uthho hey laal
uthho hey ae ae ae
Uthho hey laal
uthho hey
Sooraj narayan aaye
kirnon ki doli leke
Tumhre dwaare
Jaago hey
Jaago hey
Uthho hey laal
uthho hey ae ae ae
Uthho hey laal
uthho hey

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(Part-II)
(In the audio link the following stanza is the second one, while in the film it is a separate one and hence mentioned here as Part-II)
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Taaron ne bikheri hansi
Phoolon ke bageeche pe
Kirnon ki toli daude
Ghaas ke galeeche pe ae ae
Taaron ne bikheri hansi

Taaron ne bikheri hansi
Phoolon ke bageeche pe
Kirnon ki toli daude
Ghaas ke galeeche pe ae ae
Kal kal gaati huyi
Nadiya ke thhande thhande
Paani ki rawaani
Dekho hey
Suno hey
Jaago hey
Uthho hey laal uthho hey
Uthho hey laal uthho hey

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Devnagri script lyrics
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उठो हे लाल उठो हे
उठो हे लाल उठो हे
सूरज नारायण आये
किरणों कि डोली लेके
तुमरे द्वारे जागो हे
जागो हे
उठो हे लाल उठो हे ए ए
उठो हे लाल उठो हे
भोर के ये बेला नहीं सोये के गँवाने कि
घडी ये सुहानी प्यारे जगने जगाने कि
भोर के ये बेला नहीं
भोर के ये बेला नहीं सोये के गँवाने कि
घडी ये सुहानी प्यारे जगने जगाने की ई ई
बिना ही जगाये जागे
प्यारे प्यारे
पंछियों की मीठी मीठी बानी
सुनो हे
जागो हे
उठो हे लाल उठो हे ए ए
उठो हे लाल उठो हे
बन कि गुफाओं में जो लुका छुपे बैठे हैं
उनके भी सुख दुःख हम तुम जैसे हैं
बन कि गुफाओं में जो
बन कि गुफाओं में जो लुका छुपे बैठे हैं
उनके भी सुख दुःख हम तुम जैसे हैं
शेर चीता भालू हाथी
इनको बनाके साथी
इनके भी संग खेलो हे
जागो हे
उठो हे लाल उठो हे ए ए ए
उठो हे लाल उठो हे
सूरज नारायण आये
किरणों कि डोली लेके
तुमरे द्वारे जागो हे
जागो हे
जागो हे
उठो हे लाल उठो हे ए ए ए
उठो हे लाल उठो हे
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(भाग – २)
(नीचे दिया गया अंतरा चलचित्र में अलग से दिखायी गया है एवं यह मुख्य गीत के साथ नहीं आता है, जब की गाने के श्रवण अंश यह हमें दुसरे अंतरे के रूप में सुनने को मिलता है )
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तारों ने बिखेरी हंसी
फूलों के बगीचे पे
किरणों कि डोली दौड़े
घास के गलीचे पे ए ए
तारों ने बिखेरी हंसी
फूलों के बगीचे पे
किरणों कि डोली दौड़े
घास के गलीचे पे ए ए
कल कल गाती हुयी
नदिया के ठंडे ठंडे
पानी की रवानी
देखो हे
जागो हे
उठो हे लाल उठो हे
उठो हे लाल उठो हे

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

Blog Day : 3830 Post No. : 14837

Mohammed Rafi – Duets – ‘अ’  से  ‘ह’ तक  (From ‘अ’ to ‘ह’) – 31
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‘व’ – वो तो चुटकी में दिल लेके चलते हुये ॰ ॰ ॰

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याद ना जाये, बीते दिनों की. . .

So difficult it is to forget, the days that have gone by. Yes, you voice remains with us to be heard, just as a consolation.

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In a departure from the pattern in this series so far, today I am presenting an all male duet. As I was searching for a song starting with ‘व’, I came across this very interesting song from the 1950 film ‘Shaadi Ki Raat’. This one is a male-male duet in which Rafi Sb’s voice is accompanied by that of Raja Gul. And this made me think. I checked back on the songs posted so far in this series, only to find that I have only been posting male-female duets. Then, as I scanned the list of songs, I came across so many male-male duets. And I was asking myself – does that mean another series? I don’t know. Let’s wait and see.

This film has 12 songs listed as per HFGK, eight of which are penned by Sarshaar Sailaani, with other songwriters identified as Firoz, Surjeet and Nazim Panipati having contributed one song each. One song is unattributed as far as songwriter is concerned. Music is by Pt Gobind Ram. Two songs of this film are already showcased on our blog. Today’s song is from the pen of Sarshaar Sailaani.

The film is a social drama produced under the banner of Prakash Pictures and is directed by Yashwant Pethkar. List of actors is given as Geeta Bali, Rehman, Vijaylakshmi, Leela Mishra, Jankidas, Ansari, Shanta Kunwar, Baby Durga, Anwari Bai, and Arun. Given this list of actors, it may be surmised that this song would have been picturized on Rehman and another male actor. Names that figure are Jankidas, Ansari (could that be NA Ansari??), and Arun (possibly Arun Ahuja??), but I am not ready to hazard a guess. I would request other knowledgeable readers and friends to please add more information about this song and the film, if available.

The song tells of a young heart, that has recently been stolen by a femme fatale. The pilferage seemed to have happened in a jiffy, and the aggrieved party, whose heart is stolen, was just left surprised. A fun song in which one friend is describing this episode to another, and the other also joins in and tries to give some worldly advise. But alas, the laments of woe do not cease as the robbed victim continues to bemoan

wo to chutki mein dil le ke chalte huye
reh gaye hum yahan haath malte huye

Song – Wo To Chutki Mein Dil Le Ke Chalte Huye  (Shaadi Ki Raat) (1950) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Raja Gul, Lyrics – Sarshaar Sailaani, MD – Pt Gobind Ram
Mohammed Rafi + Raja Gul

Lyrics 

wo to chutki mein dil le ke chalte huye
haaye chalte huye
wo to chutki mein dil le ke chalte huye
haaye chalte huye

wo to chutki..ee mein dil le ke
chalte huye..ae
aur reh gaye hum yahaan
reh gaye
hum yahan
haath malte huye
haath malte huye
wo to chutki mein dil le ke chalte huye
haaye chalte huye

wo hamen
aur hum
un ko takte rahe
aankh milti rahi dil dhadakte rahe
aankh milti rahi dil dhadakte rahe
aur paanv sambhale na
paa..aanv
sambhale na zaalim phisalte huye
haan phisalte huye
wo to chutki mein dil le ke chalte huye
haaye chalte huye

ik balaa ho gai
dillagi aap ki
aur baaz aaya main
tauba
tauba mere baap ki..ee..ee
aur raat kat’ti hai
kat’ti hai naa
arey par kaise
kaise
raat kat’ti hai karwat badalte huye
haan badalte huye
raat kat’ti hai karwat badalte huye..ae..ae
haaye raat kat’ti hai karwat badalte huye
lekin wo to
o wo to chutki mein dil le ke chalte huye
haaye chalte huye
wo to chutki mein dil le ke chalte huye
haaye chalte huye

dekho bhai
jaate jaate
mohabbat ka rang jaayega
aate aate
tabiyat ko chain aayega
aur bhai der lagti hai
haan
der lagti hai dil ko sambhalte huye
haan sambhalte huye
wo to chutki mein dil le ke chalte huye
haaye chalte huye

haa..aaye
kyon kya hua
haa..aan
ishq ne jis musibat mein daala hamen
us musibat se padta na paala hamen
arre bhai soch lete
kya soch lete
soch lete jo ghar se nikalte huye
haan nikalte huye
soch lete jo ghar se nikalte huye
haan nikalte huye
wo to chutki mein dil le ke chalte huye
haaye chalte huye. . .

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Hindi Script Lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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वो तो चुटकी में दिल लेके चलते हुये
हाए चलते हुये
वो तो चुटकी में दिल लेके चलते हुये
हाए चलते हुये

वो तो चुटकी॰॰ई में दिल लेके
चलते हुये॰॰ए
और रह गए हम यहाँ
रह गए
हम यहाँ
हाथ मलते हुये
हाथ मलते हुये
वो तो चुटकी में दिल लेके चलते हुये
हाए चलते हुये

वो हमें
और हम
उनको ताकते रहे
आँख मिलती रही दिल धड़कते रहे
आँख मिलती रही दिल धड़कते रहे
और पाँव संभले ना
पा॰॰आँव
संभले ना
ज़ालिम फिसलते हुये
हाँ फिसलते हुये
वो तो चुटकी में दिल लेके चलते हुये
हाए चलते हुये

इक बला हो गई
दिल्लगी आपकी
और बाज़ आया मैं
तौबा
तौबा मेरे बाप की॰॰ई॰॰ई
और रात कटती है
कटती है ना
अरे पर कैसे
कैसे
रात कटती है करवट बदलते हुये
हाँ बदलते हुये
लेकिन वो तो
ओ वो तो चुटकी में दिल लेके चलते हुये
हाए चलते हुये
वो तो चुटकी में दिल लेके चलते हुये
हाए चलते हुये

देखो भाई
जाते जाते
मोहब्बत का रंग जाएगा
आते आते
तबीयत को चैन आएगा
और भाई देर लगती है
हाँ
देर लगती है दिल को संभलते हुये
हाँ संभलते हुये
वो तो चुटकी में दिल लेके चलते हुये
हाए चलते हुये

हाए॰॰
क्यों क्या हुआ
हाँ॰॰
इश्क़ ने जिस मुसीबत में डाला हमें
उस मुसीबत से पड़ता ना पाला हमें
अरे भाई सोच लेते
क्या सोच लेते
सोच लेते जो घर से निकलते हुये
हाँ निकलते हुये
सोच लेते जो घर से निकलते हुये
हाँ निकलते हुये
वो तो चुटकी में दिल लेके चलते हुये
हाए चलते हुये॰ ॰


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

Blog Day :

3829 Post No. : 14835 Movie Count :

4057

# The Special Voices of the Decade (1971-1980) – 6 # Yesudas #
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I recall listening to a song frequently on radio when I was around seventh or eight years old. The voice was very attractive and it had something special which captivated my young mind then.
There was one Mr. Abu who held from Kerala and was my Father’s friend (may be because of their drinking habits 🙂 residing in the same colony). He used to praise this new Singer a lot and liked his songs very much. My Father had even started learning ‘Malayalam’ from him and he had started learning how to write ‘Malayalam’ words too 🙂 in register.

As years passed and we were getting more and more memorable songs from this Singer though the quantity was not that much as compared to the other established singers in HFM.

Still, the songs coming from his voice were gaining popularity as well as it were creating a special place in the hearts of people, as the movies he was singing in were also coming from directors from special genre who were making off-beat movies then in the era already dominated by multi-starrer movies.

Nevertheless, the songs were adding to the list of ‘all time memorable songs’ and ‘nostalgia’ for peoples like me …

Today this singer turns to seventy-nine. He was born on in kerala.

I will not go into his biography in details because it has been covered in two of earlier posts on the blog.

Instead I will give below the name of the movies he sings in from 1971 since his debut in an ‘un-released’ Hindi movie, but compiled up to 1980 only, since I have the Geet Kosh for this period available with me.

Though our today’s Singer keep singing till recently in Hindi movies. But if we come to his statistics Hindi movies, we will not be able to judge his extra-ordinary talent and the ‘divine’ presence he has left by singing nearly fifty thousand songs in many national and international languages in his career spanning fifty years!!

He has been honoured with many national awards in singing as well as been conferred upon with our national civilian awards too and the list of awards is so BIG that one can only imagine his extra ordinary contribution to music as well as the society in turn…

I think, one who has grown up in the years of seventies can never ever forget this voice and those beautiful lovely songs …

Let us now start my journey through his songs …

Or let me remind you of this non-filmy song first … ‘teesta nadi si tu chanchalaa, main bhi hoon bachpan se manchalaa’

Our today’s singer is the male voice in this song (though the other voice i.e. the female voice too is ‘nostalgic’ for me … 

‘Gori teraa gaaon badaa pyaara’ – it was ruling the charts in 1976 and even after forty two years it is the same, even the new generation likes it when they get to listened to it..
But my favorite at that time was the other one from the same movie ‘Aaj se pehle ae aaj se jyadaa’ .

‘Jaaneman jaaneman tere do nayan’ from ‘Chhotisi Baat-1975’ had already stolen people’s hearts and their eyes open to read and learn more about this male voice in this song …

Two years later he was in a rebellious still melodious mood when he sings ‘Kitaabon mein chhaptein hain chaahat ke kisse’

Then who will ever forget ‘sunayna sunayna’ .

The same year he was praising his beloved with ‘chaand jaise mukhde pe’.

However, the one close to my heart and growing every time for all these years is ‘tere bina soona more man ka mandir aa re aa re aa’

A year before in 1978 his ‘dil ke tukde tukde kar ke muskuraa ke chal diye’, was also keep us mesmerised (but I was not liking much then, till I became a fully grown up adult 🙂 )

And as the years passed this list also keep adding on and on …

‘ka karu sajni ee’
‘kahaan se aaye badraa’
‘madhuban Khushboo deta hai’
‘maana ho tum behad haseen’

From the early eighties I like;

‘beeti huyi raat ki sunaati hai kahaani’

‘dheere dheere subah huyi’

I can keep listing many many of his favourites of mine but I have to stop …
And as I was browsing his filmography, I was reminded of this lovely number … just to refresh the memories of yours too;

‘jeewan path pe ek rath ke do pahiye ban chalte jaayen’

I cannot stop without mentioning these two;

‘Shyaam rang ranga re’
And
‘Shadaj ne paaya ye vardaan’

(in HFGK Vol V I could not find the name of this UR movie ‘Tansen’ or maybe I have missed it…)

Then I remember I had specially brought his ‘non-filmy’ album ‘Sitaaron mein tu hi’ in 2000-2001 (when I was in Bareilly. I do not have cassette with me to mention more about it here)

But I have to stop here and presenting this article in this series a little differently I will leave you with the list of movies he sung from 1971 to 1980;

Year Movie Director Music Director Solo Duet/or with two or more Singers Total Songs
UR 1971 Jai Jawaan Jai Kisaan (1971) A.A.Raj 1 0 1
UR 1977 Aanand Mahal (1977) Basu Bhattacharya Salil Chaudhary 4 1 5
UR (1971-1980) Bin Baap Ka Beta (1971-80) Mukul Dutt Basu-Manohari 0 1 1
1975 Baaghi Lutera A.C.Trilokchander M.S.Vishwanathan-M.Rangarao 0 1 1
1975 Chhoti Si Baat Basu Chatterjee Salil Chaudhary 0 1 1
1976 Chitchor Basu Chatterjee Ravindra Jain 2 2 4
1976 Jesus P.A.Thomas M.S.Vishwanathan, Joseph Krishna, Yesudas * * 0
1976 Mazdoor Zindaabaad Naresh Kumar Usha Khanna 1 0 1
1977 Aalaap Hrishikesh Mukherjee Jaidev 3 1 4
1977 Aanand Aashram Shakti Samant Shyamal Mitra 0 1 1
1977 Agar Ismail Shroff Sonik-Omi 0 1 1
1977 Alibaabaa Marjinaa Kedar Kapoor Usha Khanna 1 0 1
1977 Charandaas B.S.Thapa Rajesh Roshan 0 1 1
1977 Darindaa Kaushal Bharati Kalyanji-Anandji 0 1 1
1977 Do Chehre Kewal Mishra Sonik-Omi 1 0 1
1977 Dulhan Wahi Jo Piyaa Man Bhaaye Lekh Tandon Ravindra Jain 0 1 1
1977 Jaadoo Tonaa Ravikant Nagaich Hemant Bhonsle 1 2 3
1977 Meethhee Meethhee Baatein K.Balachander Chakravarti 0 2 2
1977 Safed Haathi Tapan Sinha Ravindra Jain 2 0 2
1977 Safed Jhoothh Basu Chatterjee Shyamal Mitra 2 0 2
1977 Swaami Basu Chatterjee Rajesh Roshan 1 1 2
1978 Aankhin Dekhi Rajinder Singh Bedi J.Kaushik 1 0 1
1978 College Girl Shantilal Soni Bappi Lahiri 0 1 1
1978 Daadaa Jugal Kishore Usha Khanna 1 0 1
1978 Do Ladke Dono Kadke Basu Chatterjee Hemant Kumar 1 1 2
1978 Hamaaraa Sansaar T.Prakash Rao Ravindra Jain 1 0 1
1978 Hazaar Haath Rajdeep Sharda 0 1 1
1978 Maa Baap Kishore Vyas Avinash Vyas * * 0
1978 Meraa Rakshak R.Tyagraj Ravindra Jain 0 2 2
1978 Saajan Binaa Suhaagan Sawan Kumar Usha Khanna 1 1 2
1978 Shikshaa S.Ramnathan Bappi Lahiri 1 0 1
1978 Solvaan Saawan Bharati Raja Jaidev 0 2 2
1978 Sone Ka Dil Lohe Ke Haath Naresh Kumar Usha Khanna 1 0 1
1978 Toote Khilaune Ketan Anand Bappi Lahiri 1 0 1
1978 Trishool Yash Chopra Khayyam 0 3 3
1979 Gopaal Krishna Vijay Sharma Ravindra Jain 0 1 1
1979 Grih Pravesh Basu Bhattacharya Kanu Roy 1 0 1
1979 Jeenaa Yahaan Basu Chatterjee Salil Chaudhary 0 1 1
1979 Lahu Ke Do Rang Mahesh Bhatt Bappi Lahiri 1 0 1
1979 Naiyaa Prashant Nanda Ravindra Jain 2 1 3
1979 Raadhaa Aur Seetaa Vijay Kapoor Ravindra Jain 0 1 1
1979 Saawan Ko Aane Do Kanak Mishra Rajkamal 6 1 7
1979 Sunayanaa Hiren Naag Ravindra Jain 2 0 2
1980 Apne Paraaye Basu Chatterjee Bappi Lahiri 1 1 2
1980 Ek Baar Kaho Lekh Tandon Bappi Lahiri 1 0 1
1980 Kaaran B.R.Ishaara Usha Khanna 1 0 1
1980 Khwaab Shakti Samant Ravindra Jain 1 1 2
1980 Maan Abhimaan Hiren Naag Ravindra Jain 2 0 2
1980 Paayal Ki Jhankaar Satyen Bose Rajkamal 0 1 1
1980 Pratishodh I.V.Sasi Ravindra Jain 1 0 1
1980 Qismat Bhishm Kohli Bappi Lahiri 1 0 1
1980 Saajan Mere Main Saajan Ki Hiren Naag Ravindra Jain 0 1 1
Total no of movies – 1971 to 1980 – 52 nos TOTAL 84

(** details not available about number of songs of each Singer)

Other than this he has sung in many languages (national and international) and that way the ‘madhuban’ of his ‘gaayaki’ will always be remain blossomed all over and let the ‘Madhuban’ of his songs and those unforgettable memories be with us forever till we are here and for the coming generations too- unki gaayki ka ye Madhur-sumadhur-mehakta huaa madhuban hamesha geeton se chhalakta rahega’

Kattassery Joseph Yesudas” or Yesudas as we fondly know him …
(born on 10th January’ 1940)

Bas naam hi kaafi hai!!! Is naam ke ‘parimandal’ mein hi ‘swarg’ hai …

“Pyaare panchhi baahon mein
Gaati koyal raahon mein
Dharti pe yahi to khushi hai
Apni duniya mein aansoo bhi nahin hai”

***

‘Safed Jhoothh’ was directed by Basu Chatterjee for ‘Matrichhaaya, Bombay’. (this was the first movie by ‘Matrichhaaya’). Basu Chatterjee also wrote the Screenplay and dialogues of this movie.
It was presented by Raj Rajpal. It was produced by Asim Kumar.

It had Ashok Kumar, Vinod Mehra, Mitthu Mukherji, Deven Verma, Vidya Sinha, Manik Dutt, Abu Shivani, Amol Sen, Khalid Roy, Devraj Sinha, Prabir Roy, Somnath Pardesi, Pradeep Mukherji, Milan Mukherji, Vinay Chhibbar, Arup Ganguly, Umesh Kaalbag and many others.

This movie introduced new discovery Renuka.
Pradeep Kumar and Amol Palekar makes a guest appearance in this movie.

Story of this movie was written by Samresh Basu. Editing of this movie was done by V.N. Mayekar.

Music of this film was composed by Shyamal Mitra. And all the four songs in this movie were penned by lyricist Yogesh.
Asha Bhonsle, Shyamal Mitra and Yesudas had given their voices to the songs in this movie.

Today’s song is sung by Yesudas and the movie ‘Safed Jhoothh’ is making a debut on this blog with this lovely song …

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 07.06.1977.

Let us enjoy this song wishing Yesudas ji a very very happy birthday (albeit a day later) and a healthy and peaceful life ahead …

Lyrics for this song were sent by Peevesie’s Mom ji and I remember many times in her comments she mentions that ‘how the die-hard fans’ can forget an anniversary of their beloved actor/actress or Singer, so … yes Yesudas fans can never forget this nostalgic gem 😊

Thank you, Peevesie’s Mom ji!!!

Going by the association of Yesudas with the movies of Basu Chatterjee, I think, this song perfectly fits for this presentation here …

(And I must thank both of our editors who patiently waited for my sending of this article to them. It took time for me to compile the filmography going through each page of HFGK except the appendices and corrigendum. I cannot claim that the list given by me is exhaustive and corrections/suggestions are most welcome.

‘Zid na karo’ aisa khayaal to aaya, but since I had planned that for this article on Yesudas ji I will at least try to give the filmography of his songs from 1971 to 1980, so I have tried my best…)

(note – I have noted the lyrics as per the movie version + audio version)

Audio

Video


Song-Neele ambar ke taley (Safed Jhhooothh)(1977)Singer-Yesudas, Lyrics-Yogesh, MD-Shyamal Mitra

Lyrics(Provided by Peevesie’s Mom)

Neele ambar ke taley ae
Do yahaan saathi miley ae
Chhalke chhalke armaan dil ke
Lekar basaane ghar chaley
Neele ambar ke taley ae
Do yahaan saathi miley ae
Chhalke chhalke armaan dil ke
Lekar basaane ae ghar chaley
Neele ambar ke taley

Har ghadi din rainaa aa aa
Chain ab aaye naa
Man kahe mera saathi ee ee
Ab kahin jaaye naa
Ye milan mein khoyi
Ab naa shaam dhaley ae ae ae ae
Neele ambar ke taley ae
do yahaan saathhi miley
Chhalke chhalke armaan dil ke
Lekar basaane ae ghar chaley
Neele ambar ke taley

Zindagi mein aise ae ae ae
Din kabhi aate hain
Rasmon ke bandhan mein ae ae
Meet bandh jaate hain
Phir mehak uthhte hain
Tan ke phool khile ae ae ae
Neele ambar ke taley ae
Do yahaan saathi miley ae
Chhalke chhalke armaan dil ke
Lekar basaane ae ghar chaley
Neele ambar ke taley

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Devnagri Script lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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नीले अम्बर के तले ए
दो यहाँ साथी मिले ए
छलके छलके अरमान दिल के
लेकर बसाने घर चले
नीले अम्बर के तले ए
दो यहाँ साथी मिले ए
छलके छलके अरमान दिल के
लेकर बसाने घर चले
नीले अम्बर के तले

हर घडी दिन रैना आ आ
चैन अब आये ना
मन कहे मेरा साथी ई ई
अब कहीं जाए ना
ये मिलन में खोयी ई
अब ना शाम ढले ए ए ए
नीले अम्बर के तले ए
दो यहाँ साथी मिले ए
छलके छलके अरमान दिल के
लेकर बसाने घर चले
नीले अम्बर के तले

ज़िन्दगी में ऐसे ए ए ए
दिन कभी आते हैं
रस्मों के बंधन में ए ए
मीत बंध जाते हैं
फिर महक उठते हैं
तन के फूल खिले ए ए ए
नीले अम्बर के तले ए
दो यहाँ साथी मिले ए
छलके छलके अरमान दिल के
लेकर बसाने घर चले
नीले अम्बर के तले ए


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Blog Day : 3829 Post No. : 14834

Today’s song is from the film Nai Duniya-42. The film was made by Circo productions of Chimanlal Trivedi and was directed by A R Kardar, with music by Naushad Ali.

Naushad was my favourite composer. Having come up from scratch to the zenith of popularity and fame, he had put in lot of hard work in early days of his career. Naushad may or may not be the best Composer the HFM ever had, but he certainly was a good example of Rags to Riches story of Filmy Duniya. He rose from the footpath and became one of the most successful composers ever in Hindi Films. Added to this was his good nature, Lucknowi Tahzib and hard work. This made him a man with least enemies ( competitors-yes, but enemies-No ) and on whose name alone films were sold during his peak period.

Naushad was the only composer on whom 6 Documentaries were made. A student Ms.Mala Sinha secured her Ph.D., making Naushad as a subject of her research. Starting with Rs.40 a month, Naushad was the First to demand and get Rs.ONE LAKH per film and was also the first composer to build his own Bungalow in a posh locality of Bombay with a Music room for doing rehearsals.

When he was on the Top, a trailer of film “Dastaan”-1950 featured Naushad on the screen showing crowds shouting ” 40 karod mein ek hi Naushad “. Such was his saleability that A R Kardar, who had always used Naushad for his own gains, was forced to make Naushad his partner in producing films under their banner ” Musical Pictures .

Naushad was undoubtedly the most successful composer HFM ever had. Out of the 65 films that he did in Hindi, 50% had celebrated jubilees. This is a record unmatched so far. His tally was 3 Diamond Jubilees ( Rattan, Baiju Bawra and Mughal-e-Azam ), 6 Golden Jubilees ( Mela, Andaz, Deedar, Aan, Mother India and Gunga Jamuna ) and 23 Silver Jubilees (Station master, Sharda, Namaste, Sanjog, Pehle aap, Kanoon, Keemat, Sanyasi, Anmol Ghadi, Shahjehan, Natak, Dard, Anokhi Ada, Dillagi, Dulari, Babul, Dastaan, Jadoo, Diwana, Udan Khatola, Kohinoor, Mere Mehboob and Ram aur Shyam ).

Naushad was the First winner of Filmfare Award in 1954 for a song in Baiju Bawra. The Award Ceremony was held in Broadway Theatre, Bombay. Ironically, it was bang opposite this Theatre that Naushad had spent his struggling days and Nights on the Footpath ! Naushad recieved several cherished Awards like Dadasaheb Phalke Award, Padma Bhushan, Lata Mangeshkar award, Maharashtra Bhooshan award, Sahitya and Natak Academy award, Saraswati Award, the IFJ and BFJ awards and scores of other awards.

His first 4 films ( Premnagar-40, Kanchan-41, Mala-41 and Darshan-41), however, were with unimpressive music. From the film Sharda-42, his Luck started changing and then there was no looking back at all for the next 25 successive years. This is exceptional talent and unbelievable Luck.

I see 2 reasons which made him successful. One was his hard work. He never ever compromised on rehearsals and however big the singer was (read Lata) he/she had to come to his Music room for rehearsals on a song for at least 7 to 8 days. He never recorded a song unless he was satisfied fully. Secondly, Naushad had tremendous faith and liking for Indian Classical music, which he used extensively in his songs. Almost all his songs had a classical base and he proved that classical music can be made entertaining for the masses, who could not make a difference between 2 Ragas, but would like his simple and hummable tunes. Very rarely his songs were difficult to hum or sing in the bathroom. He always selected singers based on their suitability for the songs.

After a draught of success, Naushad entered the year 1942. Nai Duniya was his 5th and final film before he began his Success Marathon of jubilees. Out of the 3 films in 1942, his other two films Sharda and Station Master celebrated Silver jubilees. It was only this film-Nai Duniya-which did not celebrate a Jubilee, but this film was no less important and it was a Milestone in the history of HFM.

It was in this film that noted actress singer Suraiyya sang her First recorded film song,as Baby Suraiya ( Boot karoon main polish). I have been seeing that there is a lot of confusion about the Debut song of Suraiya as a playback artiste.

Some people claim that the song ‘ Boot karun mai polish’ from film Nai Duniya-1942 is her first song as a Playback singer and some people claim that the song ‘ Panchhi jaa peechhe raha hai bachpan mera’ from film Sharda-1942 is her debut song as a playback singer.
Naushad himself,in one of the interviews , had said that the Nai Duniya song was her first recorded song as a playback singer.
However, Naushad saab is only partly correct. No doubt this song was recorded earlier ( No. N-26055) and the Sharda song was recorded later (No. N-26099).

Both the films were censored in 1942 only. However film Sharda was released first on 23-1-1943 at Minerva Talkies in Bombay, whereas Nai Duniya was released only on 24-4-1944 at Majestic Talkies in Bombay.

Therefore, the Debut song of Suraiya, as a Playback singer is undoubtedly the Sharda song,namely ‘ Panchhi jaa,peechhe raha”.
Only when a song is released on screen , it is called a Debut song, irrespective of when it was recorded.
The dictionary meaning of “to Debut” is- to perform in public for the first time. Since Sharda song was shown to public first, it becomes Suraiya’s Debut song as a Playback singer.

The song from Nai Duniya-“Boot karoon main polish” at best can be called as “the first recorded song for playback”. The Debut song ‘Panchhi jaa peechhe raha’ was posted by Atul ji on 21-2-2011 here.
( Release dates received with thanks from shri Harish Raghuwanshi ji)

This was also the first movie in which Kardar and Naushad came together. Kardar,in fact, was so much impressed with Naushad’s work style, that he decided to employ Naushad, in Kardar Productions ( which he was about to start soon), as a paid composer for Rs. 500 pm. Naushad,on his part, was very happy that he got into a job, which would ensure a sure income every month.

Later this pair gave film after films successfully. Naushad worked with Kardar for 14 films, excluding films made under the banner of Musical Pictures-in which Naushad was an equal partner with Kardar. Nai Duniya was a Circo production ( Cine Industries Recording Company, owned by Chimanlal Trivedi) and Kardar was only a Film Director for this company. Soon this Circo came up for sale. Kardar bought it to start his production company. He also established a studio in the premises. Kardar made a contract with Naushad for 5 years,but he was allowed to work outside,though the first priority would be Kardar films. Even otherwise also,Naushad restricted his films to 2 to 3 per year,as his style of working needed a long time for rehearsals.

Naushad became a household name all over India after Rattan-44 However he worked in 4 films that year (Rattan,Geet,Jeevan and Pehle Aap.) Similarly in 1949 also he did 4 films (Dillagi, Andaz,Chandni Raat and Dulari). He did only one film each in a few years like for instance- in 1940-Premnagar, 45-Sanyasi, 53-Udan Khatola, 57-Mother India, 58-Sohni Mahiwal, 61-Ganga Jamuna, 62-Son of India, 63-Mere Mehboob , 64- Leader and in 70- Ganwaar.

Nai Duniya-42 was the First ever film produced by Naushad. Later,of course, he made few more films,though he was never at ease as a Producer. For Nai Duniya-42, singer G M Durrani was his chief Musical Assistant. The film cast was Shobhana Samarth,Mazhar Khan, Jairaj, Wasti, Azurie, Jeevan, Ram Awtar etc. Not many readers may know much about old actor Mazhar Khan ( there was another Mazhar Khan in 70s/80s). He was one of the most versatile actors who shifted from Hero’s roles to character roles easily. In Hindi films, the name Khan has always been present in plenty. From Wazir Mohd.Khan of Alam Ara-1931 to Shahrukh Khan of today, there were more than 50 Khans acting in Hindi films.

Mazhar Khan was born in 1907 in the princely state of Dhar in M.P. After Matriculation, he joined Police force due to his build and height, but soon he was fed up and resigned. He straightaway headed for Bombay looking for work in films. Director Durga Prasad Mishra took him in Imperial studio and he did about 19 Silent films starting with Challenge-1929. When Talkie films started, he went to Calcutta, joined New Theatres and worked with K L Saigal in ‘Subah ka Sitara’-1932. For East India Film co.,he did ‘ Ek din ka Baadshah-33’and Raat ka raja-34 in which he did 8 roles in the film. After a few more films, he returned to Bombay and worked in Ranjit and Minerva Movitone films. His career best role came in 1941 in Shantaram’s Padosi, in which he did the famous role of Hindu Friend Thakur, while Gajanan Jagirdar did the role of his Muslim friend. In the prevailing tense communal atmosphere in the country those days,this film was hailed as a milestone depicting life long friendship of a Hindu and a Muslim.

In 1942, he turned Director and did Meri Duniya-42, Yaad-42, Badi Baat-44, Pehli Nazar-45, Dil ki Duniya-49 etc. His noteworthy films were Noorjehan-32, Bharosa-40, Padosi-41 and Ulzan-42. This role was that of a Blind singer-like K C Dey. His last film was Usha Kiran-52. He died on 24-9-1950, before its release.

When you hear today’s song, first time after 1940,you will find that there is melody and Taal in this song. As if there was a transformation, from 1942 onwards, Naushad’s music underwent a sea change. No wonder,in those days people found these songs had easy tunes and a certain melody in them. Naushad’s journey towards success and popularity began with 1942 films.

Film Nai Duniya had 11 songs. 8 songs are already discussed here. Today’s song is the 9th song. This film had 3 songs exclusively by chorus. This was something most unlike Naushad’s style seen in later years. Naushad would have songs sung by 2-3 or even 4 singers( as in Mother India-57) at a time ,but at no time were there any chorus songs in his films exclusively. May be in this film he tried to emulate Anil Biswas who had a penchant for chorus songs in his films. In one of my earlier posts, I have discussed about the chorus songs of Anil Biswas. After this film,something happened to Naushad and suddenly from his next film Sharda-42, he started giving Hit films. These are some of the unexplained wonders of Hindi films. Here is the song….


Song-Bolo chhoom chhananan chhananan chhai (Nai Duniya)(1942) Singer-Male Voice 1, Male Voice 2, Male Voice 3, Male Voice 4, Male Voice 5, Lyrics-A Shah Aziz, MD-Naushad
Chorus

Lyrics

bolo chhoom chhananananana chhai
bolo chhoom chhananananana chhai
chhachhachhai chhachhachhai chhachhachhai
chhachhachhai chhachhachhai chhachhachhai
chhai
hamen bhaabhi ji aa ko mil gayi chhachhachhai
hamen bhaabhi ji aa ko mil gayi chhachhachhai
bolo chhoom chhananananana chhai
bolo chhoom chhananananana chhai

ab aayegi roz mithhaai re sajanwa
aayegi roz mithhaai
hum khaayenge prem se bhaai
hum khaayenge prem se bhaai
kaho maine ye kaisi baat kahi
kaho maine ye kaisi baat kahi
o bolo chhoom chhananananana chhai
chhachhachhai chhachhachhai chhachhachhai
chhai
hamen bhaabhi ji aa ko mil gayi chhachhachhai
bolo chhoom chhananananana chhai

bhabhi apni chhe sudar naari
ji waa waah
bhabhi apni chhe sundar naari
teri soorat chhe ghani pyaari
teri soorat chhe ghani pyaari
ta’ta thai ta’ta thhai ta’ta’ta’ta’ta’ta’thai
ta’ta thai ta’ta thhai ta’ta’ta’ta’ta’ta’thai
bolo chhoom chhananananana chhai
chhachhachhai chhachhachhai chhachhachhai
chhai
hamen bhaabhi ji aa ko mil gayi
bolo chhoom chhananananana chhai

jab petha patise aayenga
o dear jab petha patise aayenga
well hum bhi to khoob khaayenga
well hum bhi to khoob khaayenga
haa haha haaha haha hahahai
haa haha haaha haha hahahai
bolo chhoom chhananananana chhai
chhachhachhai chhachhachhai chhachhachhai
chhai
hamen bhaabhi ji aa ko mil gayi
bolo chhoom chhananananana chhai

garma garam jalebiyaan makhaane ni je bindiye
garam jalebiyaan makhaane
asi khaawaange hun rabb jaane
asi khaawaange hun rabb jaane
agey mildi si saanu roti bai
agey mildi si saanu roti bai
bolo chhoom chhananananana chhai
chhachhachhai chhachhachhai chhachhachhai
chhai
hamen bhaabhi ji aa ko mil gayi
bolo chhoom chhananananana chhai

o bhai achha achha hai ye mera baani bakhaana
bhai achha achha hai ye mera baani
bhabhi mila hai ati lasaani
bhabhi mila hai ati lasaani
puiyo puiyo
khaana puiyo
khaana puiyo
khaana pui
puiyo puiyo
khaana puiyo
khaana puiyo
khaana pui
bolo chhoom chhanananana chhai
chhachhachhai chhachhachhai chhachhachhai
chhai
hamen bhaabhi ji aa ko mil gayi chhachhachhai
hamen bhaabhi ji aa ko mil gayi chhachhachhai
bolo chhoom chhananananana chhai
bolo chhoom chhananananana chhaee..ee. . .

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Hindi Script Lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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बोलो छूम छ न न न न न छई
बोलो छूम छ न न न न न छई
छ छ छई छ छ छई छ छ छई
छ छ छई छ छ छई छ छ छई
छई
हमें भाभी जी आ को मिल गई छ छ छई
हमें भाभी जी आ को मिल गई छ छ छई
बोलो छूम छ न न न न न छई
बोलो छूम छ न न न न न छई

अब आएगी रोज़ मिठाई रे सजनवा
आएगी रोज़ मिठाई
हम खाएँगे प्रेम से भाई
हम खाएँगे प्रेम से भाई
कहो मैंने ये कैसी बात कही
कहो मैंने ये कैसी बात कही
ओ बोलो छूम छ न न न न न छई
छ छ छई छ छ छई छ छ छई
छई
हमें भाभी जी आ को मिल गई छ छ छई
बोलो छूम छ न न न न न छई

भाभी अपनी छे सुंदर नारी जी वाह वाह
भाभी अपनी छे सुंदर नारी
तेरी सूरत छे घणी प्यारी
तेरी सूरत छे घणी प्यारी
त त थई त त थई त त त त त त थई
त त थई त त थई त त त त त त थई
बोलो छूम छ न न न न न छई
छ छ छई छ छ छई छ छ छई
छई
हमें भाभी जी आ को मिल गई छ छ छई
बोलो छूम छ न न न न न छई

जब पेठा पतीसे आएंगा
ओ डीयर जब पेठा पतीसे आएंगा
वैल हम भी तो खूब खाएंगा
वैल हम भी तो खूब खाएंगा
हा ह ह हा ह ह ह ह ह हई
हा ह ह हा ह ह ह ह ह हई
बोलो छूम छ न न न न न छई
छ छ छई छ छ छई छ छ छई
छई
हमें भाभी जी आ को मिल गई छ छ छई
बोलो छूम छ न न न न न छई

गरमा गरम जलेबियाँ मखाने नि जे बिंदिए
गरम जलेबियाँ मखाने
असी खवाङ्गे हूण रब्ब जाने
असी खवाङ्गे हूण रब्ब जाने
अग्गे मिल्दी सी सानु रोटी बई
अग्गे मिल्दी सी सानु रोटी बई
बोलो छूम छ न न न न न छई
छ छ छई छ छ छई छ छ छई
छई
हमें भाभी जी आ को मिल गई छ छ छई
बोलो छूम छ न न न न न छई

आ भाई अच्छा अच्छा है ये मेरा बाणी बखाना
भाई अच्छा अच्छा है ये मेरा बाणी
भाभी मिला है अति लासानी
भाभी मिला है अति लासानी
पुईओ पुईओ
खाना पुईओ
खाना पुईओ
खाना पुई
पुईओ पुईओ
खाना पुईओ
खाना पुईओ
खाना पुई
बोलो छूम छ न न न न न छई
छ छ छई छ छ छई छ छ छई
छई
हमें भाभी जी आ को मिल गई छ छ छई
हमें भाभी जी आ को मिल गई छ छ छई
बोलो छूम छ न न न न न छई
बोलो छूम छ न न न न न छई॰॰ई॰ ॰ ॰



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

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#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 78 # Singer – Mahendra Kapoor #
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Today 9th January is the birth anniversary of Singer Mahendra Kapoor (9 January 1934 – 27 September 2008). Had he been alive today he would have been eighty-five years old.

On today’s occasion here is a song from the 1972 movie ‘Maalik’ sung by Mahendra Kapoor and composed by Kalyanji -Anandji. Lyrics are by Rajinder Krishan.

I have vague memories of watching this film on ‘Doordarshan’ and do not remember it now. In my childhood I had been hearing this song ‘Kanhaiyya Kanhaiyya Tujhe Aana Padega’ on loud speakers during the ‘Janmashtami’ festival. This song was very popular in those years. And after watching this movie ‘Maalik’ on ‘Doordarshan’ around 1983-1985, I came to know it was from this movie. However today on the occasion of birth anniversary of Singer Mahendra Kapoor, I am presenting herewith another Krishna song from the same film.

‘Maalik’ was directed by A Bhim Singh for Bharat Movies, Madras. It was produced by Vasu Menon. It had Sharmila Tagore, Rajesh Khanna, Deven Verma, Sonia Sahni, Bipin Gupta, Shivraj, Umesh Sharma, NS Bedi, Prem Kumar, Kabir Kumar, Baby Pinki and Ashok Kumar (in a special appearance). Story for this movie was written by Balamurugan. Dialogues of this movie were written by Rajinder Krishan (who also wrote the lyrics for all songs in this movie). Editing of this movie was done by A Paul Doraisingam. NS Bedi was also the dialogue director of this movie. This movie was passed by the Censor Board on 26.10.1972.

Rajesh Khanna played a different role in this movie from what was expected from him then and that too when he was on the peak of his career. May be because of that the movie didn’t fare well at the box-office, and may be because people might not have like to watch Rajesh Khanna in this type of role.

Our group of friends then who were the fans of Rajesh Khanna, did not like this movie much when we watched it on ‘Doordarshan’ then in 1983-85. And I remember next day we had discussed this movie and Kaka’s role in it at length. (But that is the matter for another article on Rajesh Khanna series. 🙂

The brief about this movie ‘Maalik-1972’ as given on IMDB is as below;

Rajesh and Savitri are in love, and soon they get married. They soon realize that they have a number of differences, the main one being that while Rajesh is a devout Hindu and worships Lord Krishna, Savitri does not believe in God. This leads to a number of arguments, yet both continue on with their married life. Soon a child is born to them. Unfortunately, the child is born without hands and legs. Both are anguished by this, and decide to placate God by visiting various places of worship all over India, little knowing that the truth lies elsewhere.

This movie has total thirteen songs as listed in HFGK Vol-V (1971-1980). Out of these thirteen songs, the singer’s name has not been mentioned for one song. Out of the remaining twelve songs we have one solo sung by Kishore Kumar, one solo by Lata Mangeshkar, three solo songs sung by Mahendra Kapoor and seven duets of Mahendra Kapoor with Lata Mangeshkar. That way, including the multiple version songs we have Mahendra Kapoor’s voice in as many as ten songs in this movie.

There was one movie made with the same title as ‘Maalik’ in ‘1958’. Five songs from this 1958 movie are already posted on our blog.

Today ‘Maalik’ of 1972 makes its debut on the blog. Here is this first song from this movie appearing here which is sung by Mahendra Kapoor and chorus.

Let us now listen to the today’s song in the voice of Mahendra Kapoor and chorus.

Radhe Krishna bol mukh se
tero kya laage re mol

Song – Radhe Krishna Bol Mukh Se (Maalik) (1972) Singer – Mahendra Kapoor, Lyrics – Rajendra Krishna, MD – Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

aaaa aa aa aa
radhe krishna bol mukh se ae
radhe krishna
bol mukh se
radhe krishna bol
tero 
kya laage re mol
tero
kya laage re mol
tero
kya laage re mol
ho ho o o o
radhe krishna bol mukh se
radhe krishna bol tero
kya laage re mol
tero
kya laage re mol

(western dance music)

pee le shyam naam ka pyaala
aa aa aa aa
pee le shyam naam ka pyaala
aur ho ja saancha matwaala
aur ho ja saancha matwaala
girdhar ke rang mein rang ja
re rang ja
tero
kya laage re mol
tero
kya laage re mol
tero
kya laage re mol

(western dance music)

natwar se preet lagaa le
ae ae ae ae
natwar se preet lagaa le
chhavi sundar man mein basaa le ae
chhavi sundar man mein basaa le
bansi ki dhun mein kho ja re kho ja        
tero
kya laage re mol
tero
kya laage re mol
ho ho o o
radhe krishna bol mukh se
radhe krishna bol mukh se
radhe krishna bol
mukh se re
radhe krishna bol

(western dance music)

radhe krishna bol
radhe krishna bol
radhe krishna bol
radhe krishna bol

(western dance music)

radhe krishna bol
radhe krishna bol

(western dance music)

radhe krishna bol
radhe krishna bol
radhe krishna bol
radhe krishna bol

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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आ आ आ आ
राधे कृष्ण बोल मुख से ए
राधे कृष्ण
बोल मुख से
राधे कृष्ण बोल
तेरो
क्या लागे रे मोल
तेरो
क्या लागे रे मोल
तेरो
क्या लागे रे मोल
हो ओ ओ ओ
राधे कृष्ण बोल मुख से
राधे कृष्ण बोल
तेरो
क्या लागे रे मोल
तेरो
क्या लागे रे मोल

(पाश्चात्य संगीत)

पी ले श्याम नाम का प्याला
आ आ आ आ
पी ले श्याम नाम का प्याला
और हो जा सांचा मतवाला
और हो जा सांचा मतवाला
गिरधर के रंग में रंग जा
रे रंग जा
तेरो
क्या लागे रे मोल
तेरो
क्या लागे रे मोल
तेरो
क्या लागे रे मोल
 
(पाश्चात्य संगीत)

नटवर से प्रीत लगा ले
ए ए ए ए
नटवर से प्रीत लगा ले
छवि सुन्दर मन में बसा ले ए
छवि सुन्दर मन में बसा ले
बंसी कि धुन में खो जा रे खो जा
तेरो
क्या लागे रे मोल
तेरो
क्या लागे रे मोल
हो हो ओ ओ
राधे कृष्ण बोल मुख से
राधे कृष्ण बोल मुख से
राधे कृष्ण बोल
मुख से रे
राधे कृष्ण बोल

(पाश्चात्य संगीत)

राधे कृष्ण बोल
राधे कृष्ण बोल
राधे कृष्ण बोल
राधे कृष्ण बोल

(पाश्चात्य संगीत)

राधे कृष्ण बोल
राधे कृष्ण बोल

(पाश्चात्य संगीत)

राधे कृष्ण बोल
राधे कृष्ण बोल
राधे कृष्ण बोल
राधे कृष्ण बोल


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

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Missing Films of 1960s – 90
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What a wonderful gem of a song this one is. The memory banks hold this from the radio listening days. Such a beautiful semi-classical creation, and also very popular in its time – I am amazed it has waited so long in the wings to make its place here on our blog.

The film is ‘Harishchandra Taramati’ from 1970. It is produced under the banner of Kala Mandal, Bombay and is directed by BK Adarsh. Star cast of this film is listed as Pradeep Kumar, Jaimala, Boby, BM Vyas, Jeevan, Shyama, Madan Puri, Tiwari, Bela Bose, Bipin Gupta, Helen, Madhumati, Jaishri Talpade, Tuntun, Sapru, Manorama, and Mehmood (Junior) etc.

The seven songs of this film are all written by Virendra Mishra and the music is created by Hridaynath Mangeshkar. The singing voice in this song is Lata ji, supported by chorus.

As I am checking the films from 1970, I came across this film, but it did not ring any bells at first. The mind is more familiar with the other film of same name from 1963, whose songs are penned by Kavi Pradeep. But then, as I checked the list of songs in this film, the mind sat up with a jerk when I read the title line of this song. All I could think of then was – WOW.

This song is such an exquisite creation, and such a pleasurable experience to listen. The opening verses simply capture the heart,

rimim jhimimwa
suno balamwa
naram garam hui saram
jhuke nainwa

For reference purposes, I checked the Raag-o-Pedia compiled by Shri KL Pandey. The listing informs us that this song is composed using three Raags – Bhairavi, Khamaaj and Malkauns.

As I started this post day before yesterday, I did not have access to the video of this song. Keen to know on whom this song is picturized, I started searching for this film. It turned out that although this film is more recent vintage than similar named films from 1952 and 1963, yet this one is more rare in terms of availability. After some messages exchanged with my other collector friends, I was able to secure the video clip of this song from one of them. The clip is not of good quality; it appears that it has been extracted from a VHS tape that has been over used. I have now uploaded this clip. Despite the poor quality, one can make out that this dance song is filmed on Helen, and a group of supporting dancers, and that Pradeep Kumar is the sole audience of this performance.

In the film, Pradeep Kumar plays the lead role of Raja Harishchandra. Sage Vishwamitra, who is jealous of his fame of truthfulness and righteousness, resolves to test the limits of Harishchandra’s good attributes. As the first step, he sends Menaka, the apsara from swarg lok to woo and enchant Harishchandra. Regulars will recall that Menaka is the same apsara whom Indra, the king of swarg lok, had sent to disturb the penance and meditation of Vishwamitra. In that episode, Vishwamitra had lost the battle, and was swayed by Menaka’s enchanting beauty. Now, he sends the very same apsara to sway the sensibility of Harishchandra. In the film, this episode is presented as a dream sequence.

Just listen to this song, as it makes its way through multiple ragas, all coming together for such a perfect listening experience. A wonderful re-discovery.

(Audio)

(Video)

Song – Rimim Jhimimwa, Suno Balamwa  (Harishchandra Taramati) (1970) Singer – Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Virendra Misra, MD – Hridaynath Mangeshkar
Chorus

Lyrics

ho oo oo oo
rimim jhimimwa
suno balamwa

rimim jhimimwa
suno balamwa
naram garam hui saram
jhuke nainwa
naram garam hui saram
naram garam hui saram
jhuke nainwa
tum jo miley
mujhse tum jo miley
arre haan tum jo miley
to main kisi
pyaar bhare gaaon mein pahunch gayi
jhuke nainwa..aa..aa
rimim jhimimwa
suno balamwa

dhadhkan ka phool khila
ho khila
ho khila
manwa
manwa
manwa ke taal mein
hansti hai jal ki pari
ho pari
ho pari

machhuye ho machhuye ke jaal mein
he he ri haiyya ho ho ri
he he ri haiyya ri
ho ho ri haiyya haiyya ri
aaa aaa aaaaaaaa
ek lehar
uthi jo ek lehar
arre haan ek lehar
tair tair main tumhaari naao mein pahunch gayi
jhuke nainwa..aa..aa
rimim jhimimwa
suno balamwa

ma dha ni dha
sa ga ma ga ma ga sa ga ni dha

mann mo..ora doley hai
mann mo..ora doley hai
un bole naam se
mann mora mora doley hai
un bole naam se..ey..ey
pehli pehchaan hai
satrangi shaam se..ey..ey..ey..ey
daiyya ri daiyyaa
ma ga ma dha ni sa
dha ni sa
ni sa ni ni dha dha ma ma ga
ga sa
dha ma ga sa
ni dha ma ga sa
ta ni dha ma ga sa
dha ma ni dha ma ga
ga ga ma ga ma dha
ma dha ni sa
dha ni sa
dha ni sa
main kya karoon
kaho ji main kya karoon
arey haan main kya karoon
aayi preet paayaliya paaon mein pahunch gayi
jhuke nainwa..aa..aa
rimim jhimimwa
suno balamwa

parbat pe gaaon mera
ho mera
ho mera
ghaati
ghaati
ghaati mein chhanv hai
chhaaya mein hai nadi
ho nadi
ho nadi
nadiya mein
nadiya mein naav hai
chhammak chhaiyya chhamam ri
chhammak chhaiyya ri
chhammak chhaiyya chhamam ri
aaaa aaaa aaaaaa
bin chaley hi
dagari bin chaley hi
arre haan bin chaley hi
bin chaley hi
main madhur padaav mein pahunch gayi
jhuke nainwa..aa..aa
rimim jhimimwa
suno balamwa

rimim jhimimwa
suno balamwa

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हो ओ ओ
रीमिम झिमिमवा
सुनो बलमवा

रीमिम झिमिमवा
सुनो बलमवा
नरम गरम हुई सरम
झुके नयनवा
नरम गरम हुई सरम
नरम गरम हुई सरम
झुके नयनवा
तुम जो मिले
मुझसे तुम जो मिले
अरे हाँ तुम जो मिले
तो मैं किसी
प्यार भरे गाँव में पहुँच गई
झुके नयनवा॰॰आ॰॰आ
रीमिम झिमिमवा
सुनो बलमवा

धड़कन का फूल खिला
हो खिला
हो खिला
मनवा
मनवा
मनवा के ताल में
हँसती है जल की परी
ओ परी
मछुए हो मछुए के जाल में
हे हे री हइय्या हो हो री
हे हे री हइय्या री
हो हो री हइय्या हइय्या री
आs आs आssss
एक लहर
उठी जो एक लहर
अरे हाँ एक लहर
तैर तैर मैं तुम्हारी नाव में पहुँच गई
झुके नयनवा॰॰आ॰॰आ
रीमिम झिमिमवा
सुनो बलमवा

म ध नी ध
स ग म ग म ग स ग नी ध

मन मो॰॰रा डोले है
मन मो॰॰रा डोले है
अनबोले नाम से
मन मोरा मोरा डोले है
अनबोले नाम से॰॰ए॰॰ए
पहली पहचान है
सतरंगी शाम से॰॰ए॰॰ए॰॰ए॰॰ए
दइय्या री दइय्या
म ग म ध नी स
ध नी स
नी सा नी नी ध ध म म ग
ग स
ध म ग स
नी ध म ग स
त नी ध म ग स
ध म ग नी ध म ग
ग ग म ग म ध
म ध नी स
ध नी स
ध नी स
मैं क्या करूँ
कहो जी मैं क्या करूँ
अरे हाँ मैं क्या करूँ
आई प्रीत पायलिया पाँव में पहुँच गई
झुके नयनवा॰॰आ॰॰आ
रीमिम झिमिमवा
सुनो बलमवा

परबत पे गाँव मेरा
हो मेरा
हो मेरा
घाटी
घाटी
घाटी में छाँव है
छाया में है नदी
हो नदी
हो नदी
नदिया में
नदिया में नाव है
छम्मक छईय्या छम्मम री
छम्मक छईय्या री
छम्मक छईय्या छम्मम री
आss आss आsssss
बिन चले ही
डगरी बिन चले ही
अरे हाँ बिन चले ही
बिन चले ही
मैं मधुर पड़ाव में पहुँच गई
झुके नयनवा॰॰आ॰॰आ
रीमिम झिमिमवा
सुनो बलमवा

रीमिम झिमिमवा
सुनो बलमवा


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 other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day : 3825 Post No. : 14829

Wonder pe Thunder !

Today’s song is from film ‘Hare Rama Hare Krishna’ (1971). When I found that this very popular and famous song of the early 70s was yet to be covered in the blog, my first reaction was to disbelieve it. I was almost sure that there was some mistake. I scanned the entire ‘H’ alphabet film list, bur could not see this song under any heading. Then I checked the year wise and MD wise lists – with same result. I was wondering how this song has escaped from the keen eyes of our contributors, who are specialists in the songs of the 70s ! At the end of it, I even checked with Atul ji, who confirmed that the song, indeed, was yet to be covered by us. This was a bonanza for me.

This is one of the songs of RD Burman, which I liked very much. Comparatively, he was one of the new composers in those times – in my opinion – though he had already done about 40 films before ‘Hare Rama Hare Krishna’ (HRHK). In last few years I had liked few songs from his earlier films like ‘Parichay’ (1972), ‘Seeta aur Geeta’ (1972), ‘Caravan’ (1971), ‘Kati Patang’ (1970) and ‘Teesri Manzil’ (1966). However, he suffered in my hands, due to my biased view of film songs of the period of 70s and beyond and except few more songs of RD Burman, I never liked his music, which in general I felt, was too loud and mostly copied from other sources (see several U-Tube videos on this issue, as a proof). However, I concede that he was a worthy son of a worthy composer compared to some other composer-son composers and that his music was much better than theirs and that he lasted for a longer period, cut short only by his sudden death in 1994, at the age of 55 years.

Today’s song is sung by Asha Bhosle and chorus and its video shows that it was sung on screen by a Hippie Girl (Zeenat Aman) amidst a smoking Hippie crowd. Somewhere in the year 1966, I had visited Goa (Panaji) to participate in a conference. During my visit, we had 2 free days and we roamed around the beautiful beaches of Goa. Goa had been liberated from the Portuguese about 6 years back and the Indian tourists did not have enough time yet to spoil the beaches and cities of Goa. So we could really enjoy our trip. During our beach visits we saw many Hippie groups, behaving in a ‘who cares’ attitude on the beaches. No wonder, many of my colleagues took their photographs to show in their respective private circles. That was a time when the Hippie culture had spread around the world.

Hippie (also spelled hippy) people were members of a counter cultural movement during the 1960s and 1970s, that rejected the mores of mainstream American life. The movement originated on college campuses in the United States, and also spread to other countries. Hippies felt alienated from middle-class society, which they saw as dominated by materialism and repression, and they developed their own distinctive lifestyle. They favoured long hair and casual, often unconventional, attire, sometimes in ‘psychedelic’ colours.

Many males grew beards, and both men and women wore sandals and beads. Long flowing granny dresses were popular with women, and rimless granny glasses with both men and women. Hippies commonly took up communal or cooperative living arrangements, and they often adopted vegetarian diets based on unprocessed foods and practiced holistic medicine. Hippies tended to be dropouts from society, foregoing regular jobs and careers, although some developed small businesses that catered to other hippies.

Hippies advocated non-violence and love, a popular phrase being “Make love, not war,” for which they were sometimes called ‘flower children’. They promoted openness and tolerance as alternatives to the restrictions and regimentation they saw in the middle-class society. Hippies often practiced open sexual relationships and lived in various types of family groups. They commonly sought spiritual guidance from sources outside the Judeo-Christian tradition, particularly Buddhism and other Eastern religions. Hippies promoted the recreational use of hallucinogenic drugs, particularly marijuana and LSD (lysergic acid diethylamide), in so-called head trips, justifying the practice as a way of expanding consciousness.

By the mid-1970s the movement had waned, and by the 1980s hippies had given way to a new generation of young people who were intent on making careers for themselves in business and who came to be known as yuppies (young urban professionals). Nonetheless, hippies continued to have an influence on the wider culture, seen, for example, in more relaxed attitudes toward sex, in the new concern for the environment, and in a widespread lessening of formality.

Film HRHK was Dev Anand’s idea. Initially, he wanted Zahida to become its Heroine. She, however rejected the offer when she learnt that in the film, she would be Dev’s sister – Jasbir. Dev Anand also wanted SD Burman to do the music. When Dada heard the original story, in which Zeenat falls in love with Dev, not knowing that he was her brother, Dada flatly refused the film and also advised Dev to change the story, as Indian public would be averse to an incest story. Eventually RD Burman was selected as MD.

Similarly, this song – “Dum Maaro Dum” was originally to be a duet of Usha Uthup and Lata Mangeshkar. Possibly Asha Bhosle, who was on the verge of leaving OPN and joining RD Burman (who had applied for a divorce with Rita –  his wife) scuttled the plan and the song came to Asha as a solo and another duet with usha Uthup. RD burman then changed the whole tune of the song, using Asha’s skill of singing in higher pitches.

All songs of this film became popular, especially “Phoolon Ka Taaron Ka Sabka Kehna Hai” and “Dum Maaro Dum” were heard everywhere. The lyrics of the song “Dum Maaro Dum” were very apt to indicate and describe the philosophy and frustration of the younger generation in that period –

duniya ne hum ko diya kya
duniya se hum ne liya kya
hum sab ki parvah karen kyun
sabne hamara kiya kya

All this clearly indicated what was eating the minds of young people.

Fortunately, 70s was the period when the Hippie culture was on decline worldwide. As such, this type of philosophy and such cult did not fit into the Indian mind set in any case. Therefore, this culture did not grow much here and had a natural end – like everywhere else in the world.

Two interesting anecdotes about this film. One, Dev Anand in his autobiography -“Romancing With Life “, published in 2007, had confessed that during this film, he had fallen in love with Zeenat. He was to make a confession to her, when he learnt that she had gone very close to Raj Kapoor. In one party, he also saw Raj kapoor hugging Zeenat and she was responding to him. Dev was disillusioned. He knew that Zeenat was keen to work in RK’s film ‘Satyam Shivam Sundaram’, and that all this was due to that only. He simply removed her thought from his mind.

Second is about the Burmans. In the program ‘Phool Khile Hain Gulshan Gulshan’, Pancham narrated that – “Papa used to go for morning walk everyday in Juhu. People recognised him and would say, look, SD Burman is going. One day he came back very excited. He told me, today people recognised me and said, Look RD Burman’s father is going. Papa was proud of me that my music in HRHK was famous and popular.”

Nandu Chawathe- a leading fiddler and violinist was associated with Pancham in those days. This person – Nandu Chawathe, was a guest in one of our get togethers of Atulites in Mumbai, thanks to one of our members Nitin ji Shah. He had played some songs on his violin in that meeting,  Chawathe says that Dev Anand was very much upset, when Asha replaced Lata and Pancham took time to compose the new tune for Asha Bhosle. The final product, however, pleased Dev Anand.

The story of the film, as given in wiki, is –

In the background of the rise of the International Hare Krishna movement in the 1970s, is a Montreal-based family of the Jaiswals, consisting of mom, dad, son, Prashant, and daughter, Jasbir. Due to differences, Mr and Mrs Jaiswal separate, leaving Jasbir with dad, and Prashant with his mom. Eventually Prashant and his mom travel to India, leaving father and daughter behind in Montreal. Mr. Jaiswal remarries, and brings his new wife to live in his home. Jasbir is told by her nanny that her mother & brother are dead. Back in India Prashant is sent to a boarding school and his father makes sure that none of Prashant’s letters reach Jasbir, so that it would be easy on her part to get over emotional trauma. Jasbir is upset with her inconsiderate step-mother and ignorant father who is deeply immersed in his business.

Years later, Prashant has grown up to be a pilot. He has received a letter from his dad that Jasbir, who had rebelled and left home, is now located in Kathmandu, Nepal, with a group of hippies. Prashant decides to find his sister and hopefully get her back to the family. When Prashant lands in Kathmandu he does not find Jasbir, but instead finds Janice, who is indeed his sister with a new name. Janice has no recollection of her childhood, and is always in the company of hippies spending most of her time consuming alcohol & drugs with them.

Janice lives with the hippies in the property rented out by local landlord Drona. Drona’s real business is stealing ancient artifacts from Kathmandu and selling it to foreign nationals. Michael, one of the hippies, is the one who does all the dirty work for him. Janice’s boyfriend Deepak misunderstands that Prashant is trying to woo Janice, hence they exchange a few blows every time they meet. Meanwhile, Drona has an eye on Shanti, a local salesgirl working in one of the shops owned by him. Shanti has feelings for Prashant which creates one more enemy for him. Later Prashant and Shanti elope and get married. At the same time a precious idol is stolen from local temple by Michael, which he hides in Janice’s house. Prashant secretly observes all this. Drona tries to frame Shanti for theft by secretly planting another stolen artifact in her house. Later he spreads the word that since the day Prashant has arrived idols are being stolen and he is stalking local girls.

The police commissioner is a friend of Prashant’s father, and has already received a letter stating the purpose of Prashant’s visit to Kathmandu. He suspects that Drona is trying to frame Prashant because he has married Shanti. He gets a search warrant for the entire property of Drona and recovers a diary which has contact details of his friends abroad who help him sell the stolen artifacts. The police also recover the stolen artifact from Shanti’s home, squarely blaming Prashant for it. Shanti is deeply hurt by this and looks around for Prashant. Prashant meanwhile is with Janice, trying to convince her that he is her brother, who she had been told dead long back. Michael overhears the conversation & conspires to put the blame on the brother-sister duo. Taking advantage of the situation Drona and Michael instigate the locals against Prashant by framing him for the theft and duping Shanti under pretext of marriage. The hippies and the locals are now ready to bash Prashant the moment they come across him.

When Prashant again tries to meet Janice, the hippies give him a solid thrashing. The police commissioner intervenes and Prashant is saved. At the same time the true face of Drona is uncovered and he meets his end trying to run away from police. Janice sees that both her parents have arrived to meet her and realizes that Prashant is indeed her brother. Janice is deeply hurt that her parents had to see her in this state. She runs away from them and commits suicide. In her suicide note she tells Prashant how deeply she loved him and she never intended him to find her in this state and suicide was the only way out for her.

‘Hare Rama Hare Krishna’ (released on 9-12-1971) was a Landmark film for Navketan – a film production company, which could boast of a world record (yet unbeaten) that the company was run for 62 years by the same person who established it in 1949 ! The cult song “Dum Maaro Dum” became so popular that no function was complete without this song for the next 10 years! Enjoy this song here today…..

[Author’s Note: The article uses information from books ‘Gaata Rahe Mera Dil’ and ‘Music Beyond Boundaries’, Wiki, The Hindu and my notes].

Video (Partial)

Audio (Complete)

Song – Dum Maro Dum, Mit Jaayen Gham  (Hare Rama Hare Krishna) (1971) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Anand Bakshi, Music – RD Burman
Female Chorus
Male Chorus

Lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)

hush..shh..shh..shh

dum maaro dum..mm..mmaaaa
mit jaaye gham..mm..mmaaaa
bolo subah shaa..aam
hare krishn hare ram
hare krishn hare ram
hare krishn hare ram
hare krishn hare ram

dum maaro dum..mm..mmaaaa
mit jaaye gham..mm..mmaaaa
bolo subah shaa..aam
hare krishn hare ram
hare krishn hare ram
hare krishn hare ram
hare krishn hare ram

pa..aa pa ra pa pa tu tu tu
aa..aa ee..ee
ta raa ta raa ta raa ta raa raa..aa

duniya ne hum ko diya kya
duniya se hum ne liya kya
hum sab ki parvah karen kyon
sab ne hamaara kiya kya
duniya ne hum ko diya kya
duniya se hum ne liya kya
hum sab ki parvah karen kyon
sab ne hamaara kiya kya

aaaa aaaa aaaa aaaa

dum maaro dum..mm..mmaaaa
mit jaayen gham..mm..mmaaaa
bolo subah shaa..aam
hare krishn hare ram
hare krishn hare ram
hare krishn hare ram
hare krishn hare ram

hush..shh..shh..shh

dum maaro dum..mm..mmaaaa
mit jaaye gham..mm..mmaaaa
bolo subah shaa..aam
hare krishn hare ram
hare krishn hare ram
hare krishn hare ram
hare krishn hare ram

chaahe jiyenge marenge
hum na kisi se darenge
hum ko na roke zamaana
jo chaahenge hum karenge

aaaa aaaa aaaa aaaa

dum maaro dum..mm..mmaaaa
mit jaayen gham..mm..mmaaaa
bolo subah shaa..aam
hare krishn hare ram
hare krishn hare ram
hare krishn hare ram
hare krishn hare ram

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हश॰॰शश॰॰शश॰॰शश

दम मारो दम॰॰मम्म॰॰मम्मआ॰॰आ
मिट जाएँ ग़म॰॰मम्म॰॰मम्मआ॰॰आ
बोलो सुबह शा॰॰आम
हरे कृष्ण हरे राम
हरे कृष्ण हरे राम
हरे कृष्ण हरे राम
हरे कृष्ण हरे राम

दम मारो दम॰॰मम्म॰॰मम्मआ॰॰आ
मिट जाएँ ग़म॰॰मम्म॰॰मम्मआ॰॰आ
बोलो सुबह शा॰॰आम
हरे कृष्ण हरे राम
हरे कृष्ण हरे राम
हरे कृष्ण हरे राम
हरे कृष्ण हरे राम

पा॰॰आ प र पा पा तु तु तु
आ॰॰आ ई॰॰ई
त रा त रा त रा त रा रा॰॰आ

दुनिया ने हमको दिया क्या
दुनिया से हमने लिया क्या
हम सबकी परवाह करें क्यों
सब ने हमारा किया क्या

आ॰॰ आ॰॰ आ॰॰ आ॰॰

दम मारो दम॰॰मम्म॰॰मम्मआ॰॰आ
मिट जाएँ ग़म॰॰मम्म॰॰मम्मआ॰॰आ
बोलो सुबह शा॰॰आम
हरे कृष्ण हरे राम
हरे कृष्ण हरे राम
हरे कृष्ण हरे राम
हरे कृष्ण हरे राम

हश॰॰शश॰॰शश॰॰शश

दम मारो दम॰॰मम्म॰॰मम्मआ॰॰आ
मिट जाएँ ग़म॰॰मम्म॰॰मम्मआ॰॰आ
बोलो सुबह शा॰॰आम
हरे कृष्ण हरे राम
हरे कृष्ण हरे राम
हरे कृष्ण हरे राम
हरे कृष्ण हरे राम

चाहे जिएंगे मरेंगे
हम ना किसी से डरेंगे
हमको ना रोके ज़माना
जो चाहेंगे हम करेंगे

आ॰॰ आ॰॰ आ॰॰ आ॰॰

दम मारो दम॰॰मम्म॰॰मम्मआ॰॰आ
मिट जाएँ ग़म॰॰मम्म॰॰मम्मआ॰॰आ
बोलो सुबह शा॰॰आम
हरे कृष्ण हरे राम
हरे कृष्ण हरे राम
हरे कृष्ण हरे राम
हरे कृष्ण हरे राम


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

Blog Day : 3825 Post No. : 14828

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 77 # Reena Roy’s Birth Anniversary #
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In my growing years, in the seventies, Hema Malini was the leading name among the actresses in the Hindi movies and she ruled the ‘screen’ in those years 1971-1980 and extended thereafter till 1986 if we can consider it.

During those years there were many other heroines on the Hindi Movie scene who lit up the screen with their presence and performances.

One of these names is ‘Reena Roy’, whose growth in her career coincided with the growth of people like me (those born in early seventies) in our lives. She made her debut in the 1972 movie ‘Zaroorat’. A year or more later in 1973 came her sizzling dance number ‘ab ke saawan mein jee darey’ in ‘Jaise Ko Taisa’ with actor Jeetendra’.

In 1975 one of her song from ‘Zakhmee’ ‘jalta hai jiya mera bheegi bheegi raaton mein’ with Rakesh Roshan also got some popularity.

Till 1976 she had acted in about twelve movies (as per her ‘filmography’ on ‘wiki’).

In 1976 there were six movies of her released viz. ‘Sangram’, ‘Gumraah’,’Barood’, ‘Naagin’, ‘Kaalicharan’ and ‘Udhar Ka Sindoor’.

With her role in ‘Naagin-1976’ she rose to the top and with the success of ‘Kaalicharan’ her pairing with Shatrughan Sinha became popular and both of them acted in many films thereafter.
She was nominated in the ‘best actress’ category for her role in ‘Naagin-1976’ which she lost to Rakhee in ‘Tapasya’. After ‘Nagin-1976’ she was nominated in the ‘best actress’ category for her role in the ‘1980 movie – Aasha’ which she lost again, this time to Rekha for her role in ‘Khoobsurat’.

In between she was declared winner of the ‘Filmfare’ award in the ‘best supporting actress’ category for her role in ‘Apnaapan -1977’ which she did not accepted citing the reason that the role in ‘Apnaapan’ was not a supporting role but was like a ‘lead role’.

For me, I would say that I liked her performances in all the movies that I have watched of her so far. I remember ‘Naagin-1976’, ‘Badalte Rishtey-1978’, ‘Jaani Dushman-1979’,’Yaari Dushmani-1979’,’Be-reham-1980’, then ‘Naseeb’, ‘Rocky’, ‘Dhanwan’, ‘Pyaasa Saawan’ – all of 1981.

After that as a grown-up boy I watched her in ‘Main Intaqaam Loonga’, ‘Dard Ka Rishta’, ‘Sanam Teri Kasam’ in 1982, and ‘Andhaa Kaanoon’. (In 1982 as many as fourteen of her movies were released (as per wikipedia)).

Then I watched her ‘Naukar Biwi Ka’ in 1983, ‘Raaj Tilak’, ‘Asha Jyoti’, in 1984 (I vaguely remember to have watched her ‘Intehaa-1984’ with Raj Babbar).
I watched ‘Baghaawat’ in 1985-86 and ‘Karmyogi-1978’ on video cassette around 1990 but do not remember it now.

‘Aasha-1980’ I watched on TV sometime around 1990-91 I think and ‘Kaalicharan-1976’ around 1999 on TV.
Well, I still have to watch many of her famous movies like ‘Arpan’, ‘Ghulami’, ‘Gautam Govinda’, ‘Jwaalamukhi’, ‘Vishwanath’ (I think I watched it in parts on some tv channel) and many others.

Today let us watch a song from the 1978 movie ‘Vishwanaath’ performed by Reena Roy on screen. I didn’t get to watch this movie and vaguely remember of watching some of its parts on ‘TV’, as mentioned above, may be some years back. (However, I sincerely wish to watch it now as and when possible.)

So far two songs of this movie have been posted on the blog and one ‘jab jab jo jo hona hai’ with a ‘passionate’ and ‘interesting’ post by our Santosh Ojha ji and other one ‘hawa se halki hoon aaj’ by Atul ji with the contribution coming from Prakash ji.

I would request readers to go through this post ‘jab jab jo jo hona hai’ too to get a ‘feel’ of this wonderful movie of the ‘seventies’.

“Vishwanaath-1978” was directed by Subhash Ghai for ‘Ramayan Chitra’, Bombay’.

It had Shatrughan Sinha, Reena Roy, Premnath, Pran, Rita Bhaduri, Madan Puri, Sulochana, Iftikhar, Jagdish Raj, Randhir, Sapru, Yusuf Khan, Viju Khote, Sudhir, Madhu Chauhan, Keshav Rana, Suresh Desai, and Ashok Khanna.

Parikshit Sahni, Rakesh Pande, Lalita Pawar, Mukri, Bharat Bhushan, Satyen Kappu and Ranjeet make a special appearance in this movie.

This movie had total six songs penned by Vitthalbhai Patel- two songs, M.G. Hashmat – one song, Rajkavi Tulsi – one song and Anjan – two songs.

Music for this movie was composed by Rajesh Roshan.

Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar and Manna Dey gave their voices to the songs in this movie.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 13.01.1978.

Today’s song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and written by Anjaan. Music is composed by Rajesh Roshan.

Let us now enjoy this wonderful racy composition by Rajesh Roshan which Reena Roy performs on screen in a ‘villain’s den’. And going by its songs available on YT I think this movie has more than one song in the ‘villain’s den’ song category. Also, I must admit here that I was not aware of this song, few years back, till this post and I came across it while searching for other songs. I don’t even remember if I have heard it earlier somewhere.

As I listened to it many times for the preparation of this post it grew upon me. The composition is something special, I think. And since the preparation of this post I have listened to it many many times now.

Asha Bhonsle’s singing and the tune set to it by Rajesh Roshan no doubt is magical.

The heroine is performing this song in the villain’s den ‘straight way’ challenging him and its music is very much supporting the ‘revengeful’ feelings of the heroine, of course, supported by Shatrughan Sinha and Pran (in disguise). Reena Roy has performed with full zeal and energy on this song.

Today 7th January 2019 is the sixty-second birth anniversary of actress Reena Roy (born on 07.01.1957). Wishing her here a very happy birthday today and a healthy and peaceful life in future, let us now enjoy this wonderful song composed by Rajesh Roshan and written by Anjaan.

Video

Audio

Song-Bibasha aaj karegi manmaani (Vishwanath)(1978) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Rajesh Roshan
Chorus

Lyrics

Bibasha aa aa
Aaj karegi manmaani ee
Bibasha aa
Laa laa laa laa laa laa
Laa laa laa laa laa laa
Aaj karegi manmaani ee

Ho o
Hoga tamaasha betahaasha
Chhedegi aisi kahaani
Haa aa
Bibasha aa
Laa laa laa laa laa laa
Laa laa laa laa laa laa
Aaj karegi manmaani
Bibasha aa
Aaj karegi manmaani

Aa aa aa aa aa
O o o
Kaise beimaani sahe preet deewaani
Meri ho
Kisi ki na maane jab baaghi ho jawaani
Meri ho o
Ghunghroo bajaaun
Aa
Dil ko rijhaaun
Aa
Sab ko nachaaun
Aa
Bas mein na aaun
Mere pass tu na aa mujhe haath na lagaa re ae
Bibasha aa
Laa laa laa laa laa laa
Laa laa laa laa laa laa
Aaj karegi manmaani
Bibasha aa
Aaj karegi manmaani

Allaah hi laa laa
Laa laa laa aa
Aiyee aiyee yaa
Allaah hi laa laa
Laa laa laa aa
Aiyee aiyee yaa

Haa aa
Bibaashaa aa

Ho o bhanware hi bhanware
Pade hain mere pichhe yahaan ho o
Pyaar mein jal jaaye
Jo wo parwaana kahaan
Aankh milaa
Aa
Dil mein samaa
Aa
Parde utthhaa
Aa
Raaz bataa aa
Jo ye pardaa utthhaa
Phir tera hoga kya re ae
Bibasha aa
Laa laa laa laa laa laa
Laa laa laa laa laa laa
Aaj karegi manmaani
Bibasha aa aa
Aaj karegi manmaani

Aaj karegi manmaani ee
Aaj karegi manmaani ee

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Devnagri script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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बिबाषा आ
आज करेगी मनमानी ई
बिबाषा आ
ला ला ला ला ला ला
ला ला ला ला ला ला
आज करेगी मनमानी ई

हो ओ
होगा तमाशा बेतहाशा
छेड़ेगी ऐसी कहानी
हां आ
बिबाषा आ
ला ला ला ला ला ला
ला ला ला ला ला ला
आज करेगी मनमानी ई
बिबाषा आ
आज करेगी मनमानी ई

आ आ आ आ आ
ओ ओ ओ
कैसे बेईमानी सहे प्रीत दीवानी
मेरी हो
किसी की न माने जब बाग़ी हो जवानी
मेरी हो ओ
घुँघरू बजाऊं

दिल को रिझाऊं

सब को नचाऊँ

बस में न आऊँ
मेरे पास तू न आ
मुझे हाथ न लगा रे ए
बिबाषा आ
ला ला ला ला ला ला
ला ला ला ला ला ला
आज करेगी मनमानी ई

अल्लाह ही ला ला
ला ला ला आ
ऐई ऐई या
अल्लाह ही ला ला
ला ला ला आ
ऐई ऐई या

हां आ
बिबाषा आ

हो ओ भंवरे ही भंवरे
पड़े है मेरे पीछे यहाँ हो ओ
प्यारे में जल जाए
जो वो परवाना कहाँ
आँख मिला

दिल में समा

परदे उठा

राज़ बता आ
जो ये पर्दा उठा
फिर तेरा होगा क्या रे ए
बिबाषा आ
ला ला ला ला ला ला
ला ला ला ला ला ला
आज करेगी मनमानी ई
बिबाषा आ आ
आज करेगी मनमानी
आज करेगी मनमानी ई
आज करेगी मनमानी ई


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 other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day : 3823 Post No. : 14826

Today, Jaunuary 5th is 37th death anniversary of our dear Chitalkar Ramchandra. How can we miss our Anna Saheb today from our musical Blog, ASAD?

So here is a song from 1949 film “Namoona”, sung by the undisputed Gaan Saraswati, Hema Hardikar.

A social film produced by M & T Films, Bombay, (for those who wonder at this name, a little info that the city Mumbai was called ‘Bombaay’ then.) and directed by Heera Singh, the cast included Kamini Kaushal, Dev Aanand, Kishore Sahu, Leela Chitnis, Cuckoo Moray, Gulab, Pratima Devi, Madan Puri, Heera Sinha, Shyama, Shanti Madhok, Sanyal, Narmada Shankar, S Bose, Niranjan, CP Dixit, CL Shah, Gopal Sharma, Madan Shetty, BN Avasthi, Swartha, Malhotra and others.

There were six Lyricist viz, PL Santoshi, Nakhshab, A Shah Shikarpuri, Gulshan Jalalabadi and Raja Mehdi Ali Khan. Music was set by our Anna Saheb Chitalkar Ramchandra. There were nine songs, 4 Hemaji’s solos one duet of Hema-Rafi and 4 songs by Shamshad Begum. Six songs are already present in our Blog.

On the occasion of 37th remembrance anniversary of C Ramachandra, I have selected a pathos filled song of my liking which is a rare song with GOOD taste. The song is ‘mujh ko sazaayen deke kisi ke gunaah ki’ from Namoona 1949. The song is sung by Hema. The lyrics are penned by Raja Mehdi Ali Khan. The composition is melodious.

Editor note-Those who wonder who Hema Hardikar is, that is the original name of Lata Mangeshkar. 🙂

Video (First stanza incomplete)

Audio (Last stanza missing)

Song-Mujhko sazaayen de ke kisi ke gunaah ki (Namoona)(1949) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Raja Mehdi Ali Khan, MD-C Ramchandra

Lyrics (Provided by Sadanand Kamath)

Mujhko sazaayen de ke kisi ke gunaah ki ee
bhagwaan toone kyun
bhagwaan toone kyun
meri duniya tabaah ki
Mujhko sazaayen de ke kisi ke gunaah ki ee
bhagwaan toone kyun
bhagwaan toone kyun
meri duniya tabaah ki
mujhko sazaayen de ke

nanhe se ek dil ko diye toone gham pe gham
nanhe se ek dil ko diye toone gham pe gham
is zindagi ki raah mein ab thhak gaye kadam
main dhool bhi na ban saki preetam ke raah ki ee
bhagwaan toone kyun
bhagwaan toone kyun
meri duniya tabaah ki
mujhko sazaayen de ke

ab kya kahoon ke dard se main choor choor hoon
ab kya kahoon ke dard se main choor choor hoon
mujhko in aansuon ki kasam bekusoor hoon
tujhko pukaare bebasi meri nigaah ki
bhagwaan toone kyun
bhagwaan toone kyun
meri duniya tabaah ki ee
mujhko sazaayen de ke

duniya mein ab mere liye koi khushi nahin
duniya mein ab mere liye koi khushi nahin
jeene ko jee rahi hoon magar zindagi nahin
ab maut se karoongi main soorat nibaahti(?)
bhagwaan toone kyun
bhagwaan toone kyun
meri duniya tabaah ki
mujhko sazaayen de ke


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Blog Day :

3822 Post No. : 14824 Movie Count :

4053

Missing Films of 1960s – 89
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The year that we are currently exploring is 1970. And I am surprised to be coming across so many films that at least I have not been familiar with. It would have been the period that listening to the radio would have already started. However, this film does not ring a bell at all.

The film that I introduce today is ‘Sau Saal Beet Gaye’. The obscurity of this film can also be estimated by the fact that even HFGK does not contain many details about this film. It contains a partial list of songs, and very little other information about the film itself. The banner name is identified as Natraj Productions. The lyricist name is listed as Indeewar, and the music director is identified as Usha Khanna.

Now, however, the film is available online. I reviewed the credits and gathered the following additional information. The star cast of the film is Ashok Kumar, Helen, Raj Mehra, Sajjan, Iftekhar, Pratima Devi, Chaman Puri and Mukri. The screenplay and dialogues are written by Ashok Kumar himself. The producer is Madan Chopra and the director is given as two names, indicating a duo – Ved-Madan. Possibly Madan is the same as the person identified as the producer.

I did not view the film in detail, only did a quick fast forward scan. Very interestingly, the lead romantic pair in this film is Ashok Kumar and Helen. The story is about two lovers meeting across the boundaries of life and death – in two different births. Quite familiar you might say. Yes, more than a handful of films come to mind that are based on this story outline.

Anyway, details in another post, maybe. Today’s song is a stage dance song performed by Helen. The male companion in this clip is not identified – most likely an unfamiliar junior artist who just appears in this song in the film. Helen works for a theater company owned by Iftekhar, who is the cousin brother of Ashok Kumar in the film. At the end of this song, Ashok Kumar and Helen are introduced, ostensibly for the first time, but there appears the first glimmer of a familiarity. And onward, the story unfolds.

The lyrics are from the pen of Indeewar and the music is by Usha Khanna. The singing voice is Asha Bhosle. A peppy and fast paced fun number that introduces Helen in this storyline. A Helen song is always a treat, and this one is no less. Listen and enjoy.

 

Song – Brahmchari Ji, O Brahmchari Ji  (Sau Saal Beet Gaye) (1970) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Indeewar, MD – Usha Khanna

Lyrics

brahmchaari ji
o brahmchaari ji
brahmchaari ji
o brahmchaari ji
aao kareeb aao
aise na sharmaao
aao kareeb aao
aise na sharmaao
hum hain tumhare pujaari..
brahmchaari ji
o brahmchaari ji
brahmchaari ji
o brahmchaari ji

ye dikhaawa hai ye bhes utaaro ji
reh ke duniya mein duniya sanwaaro ji
aa ritra..rom-ritra..rom-ritra..ramanna
aa ritra..rom-ritra..rom-ritra..ramanna
ye dikhaawa hai ye bhes utaaro ji
reh ke duniya mein duniya sanwaaro ji
bhatko na ban mein tum
thehro ji mann mein tun
preet meri deewaani tumhaari..
brahmchaari ji
o brahmchaari ji
brahmchaari ji
o brahmchaari ji

insaan marte hain marti nahin aasha
yahaan har dil hai bas pyaar ka pyaasa
aa ritra..rom-ritra..rom-ritra..ramanna
aa ritra..rom-ritra..rom-ritra..ramanna
insaan marte hain marti nahin aasha
yahaan har dil hai bas pyaar ka pyaasa
duniya na thukraao
khud ko na tadpaao
mujhko dekho khushi hoon tumhaari..
brahmchaari ji
o brahmchaari ji
brahmchaari ji
o brahmchaari ji

har kisi ko
kisi ki zaroorat hai
ye hi duniya mein jeene ki surat hai
aa ritra..rom-ritra..rom-ritra..ramanna
aa ritra..rom-ritra..rom-ritra..ramanna
har kisi ko
kisi ki zaroorat hai
ye hi duniya mein jeene ki surat hai
palken to kholo ji
kuchh hum se bolo ji
aarzoo ho tumhen to hamaari
brahmchaari ji
o brahmchaari ji
brahmchaari ji
o brahmchaari ji
aao kareeb aao
aise na sharmaao
aao kareeb aao
aise na sharmaao
hum hain tumhare pujaari..
brahmchaari ji
o brahmchaari ji
brahmchaari ji
o brahmchaari ji

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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ब्रह्मचारी जी
ओ ब्रह्मचारी जी
ब्रह्मचारी जी
ओ ब्रह्मचारी जी
आओ करीब आओ
ऐसे ना शर्माओ
आओ करीब आओ
ऐसे ना शर्माओ
हम हैं तुम्हारे पुजारी॰॰
ब्रह्मचारी जी
ओ ब्रह्मचारी जी
ब्रह्मचारी जी
ओ ब्रह्मचारी जी

ये दिखावा है ये भेस उतारो जी
रह के  दुनिया में दुनिया सँवारो जी
आ रित्रा॰॰रोम-रित्रा॰॰रोम-रित्रा॰॰रामन्ना
आ रित्रा॰॰रोम-रित्रा॰॰रोम-रित्रा॰॰रामन्ना
ये दिखावा है ये भेस उतारो जी
रह के  दुनिया में दुनिया सँवारो जी
भटको ना बन में तुम
ठहरो जी मन में तुम
प्रीत मेरी दीवानी तुम्हारी॰॰
ब्रह्मचारी जी
ओ ब्रह्मचारी जी
ब्रह्मचारी जी
ओ ब्रह्मचारी जी

इन्साँ मरते हैं मरती नहीं आशा
यहाँ हर दिल है बस प्यार का प्यासा
आ रित्रा॰॰रोम-रित्रा॰॰रोम-रित्रा॰॰रामन्ना
आ रित्रा॰॰रोम-रित्रा॰॰रोम-रित्रा॰॰रामन्ना
इन्साँ मरते हैं मरती नहीं आशा
यहाँ हर दिल है बस प्यार का प्यासा
दुनिया ना ठुकराओ
खुद को ना तड़पाओ
मुझको देखो खुशी हूँ तुम्हारी॰॰
ब्रह्मचारी जी
ओ ब्रह्मचारी जी
ब्रह्मचारी जी
ओ ब्रह्मचारी जी

हर किसी को किसी की ज़रूरत है
ये ही दुनिया में जीने की सूरत है
आ रित्रा॰॰रोम-रित्रा॰॰रोम-रित्रा॰॰रामन्ना
आ रित्रा॰॰रोम-रित्रा॰॰रोम-रित्रा॰॰रामन्ना
हर किसी को किसी की ज़रूरत है
ये ही दुनिया में जीने की सूरत है
पलकें तो खोलो जी
कुछ हमसे बोलो जी
आरज़ू हो तुम्हें तो हमारी
ब्रह्मचारी जी
ओ ब्रह्मचारी जी
ब्रह्मचारी जी
ओ ब्रह्मचारी जी
आओ करीब आओ
ऐसे ना शर्माओ
आओ करीब आओ
ऐसे ना शर्माओ
हम हैं तुम्हारे पुजारी॰॰
ब्रह्मचारी जी
ओ ब्रह्मचारी जी
ब्रह्मचारी जी
ओ ब्रह्मचारी जी


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