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Blog Day : 3900 Post No. : 14950

When I was in school, we had some “boring” subjects like, History, Geography, Social Science etc. These were “arts” subjects and were considered low scoring as well.

When I think about it now, I realise that History text book basically used to be like a collections of a few chapters and each chapter was like a story of a particular era. For instance, first chapter was Ramayana. second Chapter was Mahabharata. Third chapter was Mauryavansh (Chandragupta Maurya , Samrat Ashok etc. A few chapters later, we were into Mughal era (Akbar, Shahjahaan etc, and then British Era.

In British era, we had discussion on freedom struggle. In freedom struggle, we basically read that non violent movement by Mahatma Gandhi earned India their freedom. There was passing mention of Bhagat Singh, Chandrashekhar Azad, Subhash Chandra Bose etc as well.

Then we were told that British were defeated by the non violent movement of Gandhi and they gave India independence, but at the last moment, they played a dirty trick and divided the country into two.

Many decades on, when we can gain information from sources other than test books published by the government or gooverment approved publishers, we can have a more holistic picture of things as they unfolded. We now have access to other sources as well as so we can form our own opinion on what was happening those days.

It could be seen that the country, like now, had people with different ideologies and people followed their own ideologies. There were followers of Mahatma Gandhi, but then there were followers of other leaders as well. We have seen that Subhash Chandra Bose had a tremendous following. And his philosophy of gaining independence for India was different from that of Mahatma Gandhi. Since history is written by “victors” and somehow Mahatma Gandhi’s non violent movie has been credited as the reason for India gaining independence so Indian freedom struggle has been penned accordingly.

When one thinks about it dispassionately, one realises that British were no saints who would somehow be shamed by “non violent” movements and would grant independence to India out of shame. There were many factors that made it increasingly difficult for them to continue to rule India. It was a combination of all these factors that finally broke the back of camel and Britain finally granted independence to India and left at the earliest opportunity.

The major cause why Britain left was that two world wars had taken place and it had taken a heavy toll on Britain financially. Britain was the sole superpower of the world before the first world war. After the end of the second wold war Britain was economically on the verge of collapse. They had to take loan from USA the new superpower of the world to keep their economy afloat.

India had contributed a good number of armymen to fight the world wars for Britain. It was the understanding that Britain would grant Indian independence after the world war.

Moreover, with Media (radio, newspapers etc) becoming influential, world opinion was turning in favour of freedom of India and it was becoming difficult for Britain to hang on to its colonies.

When we look at history, we find India was becoming ungovernable from early 1900s, because there were many cases of armed resistance from all over the country.

Not all freedom fighters were moderates. There were radicals as well. In fact , there was a trio of radicals popularly called Lal, Bal, Pal- viz Lala Lajpat Rai, Bal Gangadhar Tilak, and Bipin Chandra Pal. They incidentally, belonged to three major regions of the country and helped spread their message of armed struggle in their regions. Taken together, that was almost entire India. They advocated civil agitation and direct revolution to overthrow the British Empire.

British Government divided Bangal province and that caused widespread resentment among people. The protest against it was violent and quite a few protests died, some in police custody (viz Brahmabhandav Upadhyay) while some were hanged (Khudiram Bose, Bagha Jatin).

Then Draconian Rowlatt act was passed in 1919. Protest against this act led to the Jallianwala Massacre on 13 april 1919. The main perpetrator Dyer was forced to retire but he was hailed as a hero in Britain. Whatever goodwill Indians had for British government evaporated totally.

During 1920s, several armed resistances happened all over the country. One of the more prominent of them was Kakori Case (1925) in UP. Government treasury was looted while it was being carried in a train. In this case, three revolutionaries, namely Ramprasad Bismil, Rajendra Lahiri, Raushan Singh and Ashfaqullh.

It is noticeable that such activities were happening all over India, and in all these cases some people were prompmtly being found guilty and were being sentenced to death, no less. So many people were sentenced to death those days that the claim of Indian freedom fight being mostly non violent does not sound too convincing.

On March 23, 1931, Bhagat Singh along with his associates Sukhdev Thapar and Shivaram Rajguru were hanged to death for the killing 21-year-old British police officer John Saunders. They mistook Saunders for Superintendent James Scott, who was responsible for leading a lathi charge against Lala Lajpat Rai, who along with his followers was protesting against the Simon Commission.

Lala Lajpatrai was mortally injured in a Lathi charge on him by police led by Superintendent James Scott, when Lala Lajpatrai was leading a protest march against Simon Commision. Death of Lala Lajpat Rai stung Indians. Bhagat Singh, Bhagat Singh along with his associates Sukhdev Thapar and Shivaram Rajguru decided to avenge it by killing James Scott, but instead they killed 21-year-old British police officer John Saunders.

The case was heard on the court of Lahore Case Tribunal from 5th may 1930 and death penalty was pronounced on 27 october 1930.

Bhagat Singh along with Sukhdev Thapar and Shivaram Rajguru were hanged to death this day 88 years ago (23 march 1931).

Several movies have been made on Bhagat Singh. In all these movies, the song “Mera rang de basanti chola” gets played prominently. In these movies the three revolutionaries are seen marching to the gallows while singing this song (or while this song plays in the backgound).

Here is this song from “The Legend of Bhagat Singh”(2002). This song is sung by Sonu Nigam and Manmohan Waris. Sameer is credited as the lyricist, though this lyrics could well be a traditional song. Music is composed by A R Rahman.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala.

Video

Song-Mera rang de basanti chola (the Legend of Bhagat Singh)(2002) Singers-Sonu Nigam, Manmohan Waris, Lyrics-Sameer,MD-A R Rahman
Both
Chorus

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

Mera rang de ae ae ae ae ae ae ae ae
Mera rang de ae basanti chola
maaye rang de ae
Mera rang de
basanti chola
maaye rang de
Mera rang de
basanti chola rang de
rang de ae ae
rang de
basanti chola
maaye rang de

ho o o o o o°°°°°
o o o o o
o o o o o o o o o o

nikley hai veer jiyaale
yoon apnaa seena taane
hans hans ke jaan lutaane
aazaad saweraa laane ae
mar ke kaise jeete hain
is duniyaa ko batlaane
tere laal chaley hain maaye
ab teri laaj bachaane

mar ke kaise jeete hain
is duniyaa ko batlaane
tere laal chaley hain maaye
ab teri laaj bachaane

aazaadi ka shola banke
khoon ragon mein dolaa aa

Mera rang de ae ae ae ae ae ae ae ae°°°°°
Mera rang de ae basanti chola
maaye rang de ae
Mera rang de
basanti chola
maaye rang de ae
Mera rang de
basanti chola rang de
rang de ae ae
rang de
basanti chola aa maaye rang de

din aaj ka badaa suhaana
Mausam bhi badaa sunehra
Ham sar pe baaandh ke aaye ae
Balidaanon ka ye sehra
Betaab hamaare dil mein
ik masti si chhayai hai
Ae desh alvidaa tujhko
Kehne ki ghadi aayi hai
Mehkenge teri fizaan mein
Ham banke hawaa ka jhonkaa

Kismat waalon ko miltaa aa
Aise marne ka mauka

Nikli ee hai baaraat
sajaa hai
Inquilaab ka dolaa aa

Mera rang de ae ae ae ae ae ae ae ae °°°°°
Mera rang de ae ae ae ae ae ae ae ae °°°°°
Mera rang de basanti chola rang de
rang de ae ae

rang de
basanti chola
maaye rang de ae
Mera rang de
basanti chola rang de

rang de ae ae
rang de
basanti chola maaye rang de ae ae ae

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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मेरा रंग दे ए ए ए ए ए ए ए°°°°°
मेरा रंग दे ए बसंती चोला माये रंग दे ए
मेरा रंग दे
बसंती चोला माये रंग दे ए
मेरा रंग दे
बसंती चोला रंग दे
रंग दे ए
रंग दे
बसंती चोला माये रंग दे

हो ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ°°°°°
ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ
ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ

निकले है वीर जियाले
यूं अपना सीना ताने
हंस हंस के जान लूटाने
आज़ाद सवेरा लाने ए
मर के कैसे जीते है
इस दुनिया को बतलाने
तेरे लाल चले है माये
अब तेरी लाज बचाने

मर के कैसे जीते है
इस दुनिया को बतलाने
तेरे लाल चले है माये
अब तेरी लाज बचाने

आज़ादी का शोला आ बनके खून
रगों में डोला आ

मेरा रंग दे ए ए ए ए ए ए ए°°°°°
मेरा रंग दे ए बसंती चोला माये रंग दे ए
मेरा रंग दे
बसंती चोला माये रंग दे ए
मेरा रंग दे
बसंती चोला माये रंग दे
रंग दे ए
रंग दे
बसंती चोला आ माये रंग दे

दिन आज का बड़ा सुहाना
मौसम भी बड़ा सुनेहरा
हम सर पे बाँध के आये ए
बलिदानों का ये सेहरा
बेताब हमारे दिल में
इक मस्ती सी छायी है
अय देश अलविदा तुझको
कहने की घडी आयी है
महकेंगे तेरी फिजा में
हम बनके हवा का झोंका

किस्मत वालों को मिलता आ
ऐसे मरने का मौका

निकली ई है बरात सजा है
इन्किलाब का डोला आ

मेरा रंग दे ए ए ए ए ए ए ए°°°°°
मेरा रंग दे ए ए ए ए ए ए ए°°°°°
मेरा रंग दे ए बसंती चोला रंग दे
रंग दे ए

रंग दे
बसंती चोला माये रंग दे ए
मेरा रंग दे
बसंती चोला रंग दे

रंग दे
रंग दे ए
रंग दे
बसंती चोला माये रंग दे ए ए ए

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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.

Blog Day : 3897 Post No. : 14942

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2009-19) – Song No. 19
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Today’s song that I am presenting here is a very special song for me as it is about Rajasthan, a place that I am quite fondly attached to thanks to my stay at Kota, Rajasthan.

I had considered this song under my series ‘Desh Ki Mitti Ki Khushboo’ earlier but that could not materialise.

When I took up this series, I though of discussing songs dealing with folklore, talk about folktales, folksongs, culture, traditions, customs of our Country, patriotic songs, songs be based on historical events and yes geographical settings of our country too.

Even songs based on art and crafts of our country, if any are suitable candidates for inclusion in this ‘Desh Ki Mitti Ki Khushboo’ series. So far three songs have been covered under that series and hopefully I will try to bring more in future.

Coming back to the song of this, it falls under another series namely ‘blog ten-year challenge(2009-2019)’.

Songs from following movies were posted ten years ago on 20.03.2009 on the blog;

‘Kaaliya-1981’
‘Manpasand-1980’
‘Sahib Bahadur-1977’
‘The Great Gambler-1979’
‘Lamhe-1991’
‘Shahjahan-1946’

Out of the abovementioned six movie half of them i.e. three have already been covered with all of their songs posted on the blog viz. ‘Kaaliya-1981’, ‘The Great Gambler-1979’ and ‘Shahjahan-1946’.

The other three movies thus ‘qualify’ for the ‘blog ten-year challenge’. Today I am presenting a song from ‘Lamhe-1991’.
I also like songs from ‘Manpasand’ and ‘Sahib Bahadur’ and wish I could have presented a song from each of them as well 🙂

***

My working life started at the age of 17, with a small company (Nagpur based), at Parli-Vaijnath (Marathwada-Maharashtra) at a Thermal Power Station. When the contract of this company was completed, my boss had ensured that I get a job in a Delhi based company, so that I could continue working and get settled in my professional life.

I have mentioned i in one of my earlier post that the first thing that came to mind on the mention of Delhi was that I will get to see Delhi and other places of our great country. It actually happened and I got the chance to visit New Delhi many times thereafter and travelled a lot to different places due to my postings and official work.

I was enjoying all the travel, even though they were sometime troublesome and uncomfortable, as I was interested in seeing important places of historical and other significance. I was also getting the opportunity to observe the rich historical and cultural heritage our country hase, observe people of diverse areas who spoke different dialects and followed different customs and traditions. That interest and enthusiasm continues even now and I think that I have yet to cover a lot of ground as far as visiting different places in India are concerned.

My first ‘out of Maharashtra’ posting was at the company work site at Kota, Rajasthan.

Here I would also like to mention that fortunately I got site postings at places which were nearer to a city e.g. Phulpur near Allahabad, Aonla near Bareilly etc.

On Nov 30th 1988 late evening, I landed at Kota and stayed there till 14th Aug 1996, when I left for Phulpur-Allahabad.

I have many fond memories of my stay at Kota (and would like to share them in future posts as possible, as they cannot be concluded in just one post here).

While I enjoyed my working life, I did my studies as wello and completed my graduation through IGNOU there.

During my stay there I was always on the lookout for opportunities to visit historical places and tourist destinations, and in the process would buy books on tourism, atlas, maps etc etc.

Though I visited some of them; still many places continue to remain on my wish list till today.

When I rummaged through my travel books in my collection, I came across a book titled ‘Paryatakon ka Swarg- Rajasthan’, which I think I must have bought around 1989-90. Though the date of purchase is not marked there, I find some interesting notes on the index page of this book.
The index page mentions fifteen important places, which have separate chapters in the book, containing pictures and information of these places.

Out of these, Chittorgarh was my favorite and I visited the fort as many as three times in April & August’1992 and Nov’1993. I also travelled to the interior village Nimbaheda near Chittorgarh and stayed there with my friend, while visiting Nimach (MP) once.

I visited Jaipur in July 1990 and Udaipur and the fort at Bundi in August 1992.
(I remember that I visited Jaipur once again in 1994, but that was for an interview and not for sightseeing. So, this does not get into the list 🙂 )

Modern-day Rajasthan was formed on 1st November, 1956. Earlier it was known as ‘Rajputana’ the name given by the Britishers and it was formed on 30th March 1949 (ref – wiki)
It is also known as the ‘Princely State of India’ (Rajputana comprises as many as nineteen princely states (as per wiki).
Rajasthan is divided into thirty-three districts with seven Divisions viz. Jaipur, Udaipur, Ajmer, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Kota and Bharatpur.
By area it is the largest state of India followed by Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra.

Rajasthan has its glorious history, culture and traditions and so we have many festivals that are celebrated with huge grandeur and enthusiasm.

Hindi films have from time to time included stories and songs based on Rajasthani culture and traditions.
(And since more songs – based on Rajasthan- can be included in this series in future posts I have numbered this post as #Rajasthan-1#)

I watched ‘Lamhe-1991’ at Kota and again twice at Indore when I was travelling for Parli-Vaijnath via Indore-Purna junction. It was after three years that I was going to home since I landed at Kota in 1988. (my parents visited me once in between).

The ‘metre-gauge’ train travel also is one other subject that I wish to cover in another post, so many memories coming back to mind now …
I liked the movie ‘Lamhe’ very much then and also its songs which brings back many memories for me. The film has been shot at many fascinating and beautiful locations of Rajasthan.

So, here is a song from this film ‘Lamhe-1991’ composed by Shiv-Hari and sung by Mohiuddin. Lyrics are by Anand Bakshi and this ‘folk based song’ is composed by Shiv-Hari. If we listen this ‘magical’ composition again and again it fills us with pride and make nostalgic about the ‘glorious’ past of the ‘princely’ state Rajasthan.

I am unable to recollect now when this song appears in the movie. However I think it is a background song. As of now only the audio of this song is available.

Earlier I could not get right words at few places so I contacted one of our senior guest members whom I met during the Mumbai Gang out in 2016 – Shri. Mahendra Bafna ji and he immediately responded to my request and guided me about the correct words in the lyrics.

Enjoy the song while remembering the glorious and colorful part of India- Rajasthan.

So far three songs from this movie have been posted on the blog.

Audio

Song-Mhaare Raajasthan maa (Lamhe)(1991) Song-Mohiuddin, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Shiv Hari

Lyrics

Aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa
Mhaare Rajasthan maa aa aa aa
Sarson ka nahin khet
Sone si chamke pan
Registaan ki ret

Itni prem kahaaniyaan aa
Kitney ae yuddh sangraam
Rajasthan ke naam se ae ae
ho o
Judey hain binke naam

Laal jyaada hain bahot
Ho o o
Apne khoon ka rang
Ho o o
Pyaar kiyaa to pyaar kiyaa aa aa
Jang kari to jang

Jaise pyaar mein dil diyaa aa aa aa
Yuddh mein di yoon jaan
Ho o o o
Kyun na ham par garv kare ae ae
Saaraa Hindustaan

(Note: jude hai binke naam – unke naam – binke is a word in Rajasthani folk for ‘unke)

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ
म्हारे राजस्थान मा आ आ आ
सरसों का नहीं खेत
सोने सी चमके पण
रेगिस्तान की रेत

इतनी प्रेम कहानियां
कितने युद्ध संग्राम
राजस्थान के नाम से ए ए
हो ओ ओ
जुडे है बिनके नाम
लाल ज्यादा है बहोत
हो ओ ओ
अपने खून का रंग
हो ओ ओ
प्यार किया तो प्यार किया आ आ
जंग करी तो जंग

जैसे प्यार में दिल दिया आ आ
युद्ध में दी यूं जान
हो ओ ओ
क्यूँ न हम पर गर्व करे ए ए
सारा हिन्दुस्तान


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 : 3894 Post No. : 14933

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2009-19) – Song No. 18
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‘Pyaasa Saawan’ (1981) is one of the lovely reminders of those movie watching days, when we were (for me) watching movies either with elders in the family or with siblings and cousins or sometimes together with all. Those were the days when movie watching was the biggest attraction after ‘print media’, ‘radio’, and ‘cricket’ (for me).

To be a ‘fan’ of ‘Rajesh Khanna’ was still a year or two in the future to happen.

Another reminder of this movie are of course its songs. Particularly ‘Megha Re Megha Re’ and ‘Tera Saath Hai To’. Other songs of this movie were also good and they were frequently played on radio or loudspeakers.

The first song from this movie to be posted on the blog was ‘Tera Saath Hai To’. It was ten years ago, on 17.03.2009 and so far, no comment appears on this song on the blog. However, and that is another reason for this article of today, this song was covered only with one version and i.e. the female version sung by Lata Mangeshkar. Whereas, the song is a ‘multiple version’ song and the male version is sung by Kamlesh Awasthi. I am also sharing the lyrics for this male version of the song with a request to our ‘Editors’ to please update this in the ‘main post’. Also, the third stanza in the ‘female version’ was not included in the post of 17.03.2009, which I have included in full lyrics and would request Shri Atul ji and Shri Sudhir ji to kindly update in this song’s post.

Now coming back to the ‘ten-year challenge’ – 2009-2019 – the other movies represented on the blog that day i.e. on 17.03.2009 were;

  • ‘Dost’ (1974) (all songs have already been covered and needs to painted ‘red’)
  • ‘Deewaana’ (1992)
  • ‘Manchali’ (1973)
  • ‘Parwana’ (1971)
  • ‘Baat Ek Raat Ki’ (1962)

All the above movies except ‘Deewaana’ and ‘Pyaasa Saawan’ have already been covered for their all songs on the blog and Yippeeee’ed 🙂

‘Pyaasa Saawan-1981’ was directed by Dasari Narayan Rao for Tirupati Pictures Combine, Bombay. It was produced by Prasan Kapoor (brother of actor Jeetendra) and as such it was Jeetendra’s home production. Dasari Narayan Rao had also written the story and screenplay of this movie. Dialogues of this movie were written by Raj Baldev Raj. Editing of this movie was done by GG Krishna Rao. This movie was passed by Censor Board on 20.08.1981.

The film has Jeetendra (in double role), Moushumi Chatterjee, Reena Roy, Deven Verma, Madan Puri, Asha Lata, Javed, Duggal, NS Bedi, Prem Kumar, Umesh Khanna, Ashok Saxena, Babloo, Babban, Raghvaiyya, Ashok Shivpuri, Heera, Billi, BA Subba Rao, Mahmood Khan, and Verma. Vinod Mehra and Aruna Irani make a special appearance in this movie, and Kumar Aditya makes a guest appearance.

This movie has six songs (including one multiple version song). All its songs are written by Santosh Anand and music is composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal. Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar, Suresh Wadkar and Kamlesh Awasthi had given their voices to the songs in this movie.

Three songs of this movie have been posted on the blog earlier and third, other than the two mentioned above is ‘O Meri Chhamak ChhalloThe song being posted today is the fifth song from this movie and that considering of the updating of the multiple version song.

All the songs from this movie were quite good songs and enjoyable songs – ‘Megha Re Megha Re’ and ‘Tera Saath Hai To’ are the ones which I liked most. Though I had watched this movie then I did not remember it completely and as I was preparing for this article I was recollecting its story and other songs. As Atul ji has mentioned in his post while presenting the first song from this movie on the blog, the movie reminds of the ‘Chadamama’ stories. Yes of course!!

Because here we see a Father becoming wealthier after lot of struggle and hard work and though neglecting his wife in the process of accumulating wealth and losing her up brings his only son with lot of love. And when once he has to attend the birthday celebration of this son, and he didn’t get a ticket in the flight (no advance booking may be 🙂 ) he orders his secretary to ‘charter a plane’ and finally reaching only to see that his son is not at home but enjoying in a club. . . (To be concluded 🙂 )

The son also finds himself in a similar situation like his father, when he takes over the family business and his marriage comes to a stage of ‘divorce’. But finally the Father saves it all and we have a ‘happy ending’ there 🙂

Let us now enjoy the today’s song sung by Lata Mangeshkar and Suresh Wadkar. Lyrics are by Santosh Anand and it is composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal. On screen it is performed by Jeetendra and the beautiful Reena Roy!!

Song – In Haseen Waadiyon Se  (Pyaasa Saawan) (1981) Singer – Suresh Wadkar, Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Santosh Anand, MD – Laxmikant Pyaarelal
Suresh Wadkar + Lata Mangeshkar

Lyrics

in haseen waadiyon se
in haseen waadiyon se
do chaar nazaare
churaa len
to chalen
churaa len to chalen

itnaa badaa gagan hai
do chaar sitaare
churaa len to chalen

churaa len to chalen

in haseen waadiyon se
do chaar nazaare
churaa len to chalen
churaa len to chalen

kahin koi jharna ghazal gaa raha hai
hmm
kahin koyi bulbul taraana sunaaye
hmm
yahaan haal ye hai
ke saanson ki lai par
khayaalon mein khoya badan gungunaaye

kahin koi jharnaa ghazal gaa rahaa hai
kahin koyi bulbul taraana sunaaye
yahaan haal ye hai
ke saanson ki lay par
khayaalon mein khoya badan gungunaaye

in lazeej jhurmuton se
do chaar sharaare churaa len to chalen
churaa len to chalen

in haseen waadiyon se
do chaar nazaare
churaa len
to chalen
churaa len to chalen

hamaari kahaani shuru ho gayi hai
hamaari kahaani shuru ho gayi hai
samajh lo jawaani shuru ho gayi hai
kayi mod hum ne tay kar liye hain
nayi zindagaani shuru ho gayi hai
in madbhare manzaron se
do chaar sahaare
churaa len to chalen

churaa len to chalen
in haseen waadiyon se
do chaar nazaare
churaa len
to chalen
itnaa badaa gagan hai
do chaar sitaare
churaa len to chalen

churaa len to chalen

in haseen
in haseen
waadiyon se
waadiyon se

do chaar nazaare
churaa len
to chalen
churaa len to chalen
churaa len to chalen
churaa len to chalen

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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इन हसीन वादियों से
इन हसीन वादियों से
दो चार नज़ारे चुरा लें
तो चलें
चुरा लें तो चलें ए

इतना बड़ा गगन है
दो चार सितारे चुरा लें तो चलें
चुरा लें तो चलें 

इन हसीन वादियों से
दो चार नज़ारे चुरा लें
तो चलें
चुरा लें ए तो चलें

कहीं कोई झरना ग़ज़ल गा रहा है
हम्म
कहीं कोई बुलबुल तराना सुनाये
हम्म
यहाँ हाल ये है
के साँसों कि लय पर
ख्यालों में खोया बदन गुनगुनाये

कहीं कोई झरना ग़ज़ल गा रहा है
कहीं कोई बुलबुल तराना सुनाये
यहाँ हाल ये है
के साँसों कि लय पर
ख्यालों में खोया बदन गुनगुनाये

इन लजीज झुरमुटों से
दो चार शरारे चुरा लें तो चलें
चुरा लें ए तो चलें
इन हसीन वादियों से
दो चार नज़ारे चुरा लें
तो चलें
चुरा लें ए तो चलें

हमारी कहानी शुरू हो गयी है
हमारी कहानी शुरू हो गयी है
समझ लो जवानी शुरू हो गयी है
कई मोड़ हमने तय कर लिए हैं
नयी जिंदगानी शुरू हो गयी है
इन मदभरे मंज़रों से
दो चार सहारे ए चुरा लें तो चलें
चुरा लें तो चलें
इन हसीन वादियों से
दो चार नज़ारे चुरा लें
तो चलें ए 
चुरा लें तो चलें ए

इतना बड़ा गगन है
दो चार सितारे ए चुरा लें तो चलें
चुरा लें तो चलें

इन हसीन
इन हसीन 
वादियों से
वादियों से
दो चार नज़ारे
चुरा लें
तो चलें
चुरा लें तो चलें 
चुरा लें तो चलें
चुरा लें तो चलें



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 : 3892 Post No. : 14928

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2009-19) – Song No. 17
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‘Joshila-1973’ is another movie which I remember to have watched around end of seventies. It was screened during the weekly screening of movies at our ‘colony club’ where we stayed at that time. I never got a chance to watch it again. However, its heart touching song ‘Kiska rasta dekhe ai dil ai saudaayi’ became a permanent memory associated with this movie. This also became to be the most popular and famous song from this movie. Very aptly this movie was launched on this blog with this Kishore Kumar song on 15.03.2009.

Couple of other songs from this movie like ‘Dil mein jo baaten hai aao chalo ham keh den ’ and ‘Kuchh bhi kar lo ik din tumko ’ were also good and they were frequently heard on radio. Having the typical RD touch, they were also heard frequently on radio and loudspeakers.

However, none of the songs from this movie could make it to the annual list of ‘Binaca Geetmala -1973’.

All the songs of this movie were written by Sahir Ludhianvi. But at that time, I was not a fan of Sahir Saab and had not read or known much about him. And it is natural for anybody given the age at that time not to bother about other things except listening the songs.

Coming back to our ‘blog ten-year challenge’ let us go through the list of movies of which the songs were represented ten years back on 15.03.2009;

‘Shareef Badmaash-1973’
‘Saawan Ko Aane Do-1979’
‘Joshila-1973’
‘Kashmir Ki Kali-1964’
‘Manzil-1960’
‘Dil Tera Deewaana-1962’

All the above movies except ‘Joshila-1973’ have attained ‘Yippeee’ed status (all songs covered status) on the blog.

That brings us to the today’s movie, a song from which we are going to listen …

‘Joshilaa-1973’ or ‘Joshila’ was directed by Yash Chopra for ‘Trimurti Films Pvt Ltd’. It was produced by Gulshan Rai.

It had Dev Anand, Hema Malini, Pran, Bindu, Madan Puri, Manmohan Krishna, Padma Khanna, Sulochana, Iftekhar, Sudhir, Hercules, Master Satyajit, I.S. Johar, Vikas Anand, Jagdish Raj, S.N. Bannerjee, Chandu Allahabadi, Praveen Kumar, Uma Khosla, Ramlal, Shamlal, Uma Dutt and Nazeer. Rakhi and Mahendra Sandhu had a special appearance in this movie.
And Roopesh Kumar, A.K. Hangal, Sheetal, Ashu and Laxmichhaya in guest appearance.

Story of this movie was written by Gulshan Nanda and screenplay was written by C.J. Pavri and Akhtar Mirza. Diagloues of this movie were written by Akhtar-Ul-Iman. Editing of this movie was done by Pran Mehra.

This movie was passed by censor board on 26.09.1973.

This movie had total eight songs. So far five songs from this movie have been posted on the blog. The other two songs posted (from the three I mentioned above) are ‘Kaanp rahi main ’ and ‘Sona Rupa laayo re ’. The song being posted today is the sixth song from this movie to be posted on the blog.

Also, I was under the impression that the song ‘sharma nan yoon ghabra na yoon’ was already covered, but that remains to be covered.

However, for today’s post I have selected a ‘lesser heard’ song from this movie. (Even I don’t remember to have heard it before preparing of this post).

As mentioned above all songs of this movie were penned by Sahir Ludhianvi and music was composed by R.D. Burman. Lata Mangeshkar, Asha Bhonsle and Kishore Kumar gave their voices to the songs in this movie. As per HFGK track listing of this movie Dev Anand’s voice is credited in one song.

Lata had two solos and one duet, Asha Bhonsle three solos (including one with Dev Anand’s dialogues) and one duet, and Kishore Kumar having one solo and two duet songs.

I guess that the today’s song and one more Lata solo were excluded* from the movie and hence their video seem to be unavailable. (I request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on this.)
*(though HFGK doesn’t have any note about this)

Let us now listen to today’s song. After repeat listening, we may find ourselves humming the other RD gem ‘khaali haath shaam aayi hai’ 🙂 as well. (that is the magic of music or ragas (if I am not wrong 🙂 )

Audio

Song-Jo baat ishaaron mein kahi (Josheela)(1973) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Sahir Ludhianvi, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

Ho o o
Jo baat ishaaron mein kahi
Tum nahin samjhe
Hamne to hazaaron mein kahi
Tum nahin samjhe
Tum nahin samjhe ae
Tum nahin samjhe ae
Jo baat ishaaron mein kahi
Tum nahin samjhe
Hamne to hazaaron mein kahi
Tum nahin samjhe

Hamne ye chaaha thhaa
Kadmon mein bas rehte
O lekin ham ye hasrat
Apne munh se kaise kehte ae ae
Hamne ye chaaha thhaa
Kadmon mein bas rehte
Ho o lekin ham ye hasrat
Apne munh se kaise kehte
Saanson ki pukaaron mein kahi
Tum nahin samjhe ae
Jo baat ishaaron mein kahi
Tum nahin samjhe
Ho hamne to hazaaron mein kahi
Tum nahin ee samjhe

O o hamne neendein haari
Tumne chaahat jeeti
Ho o bheegi rut mein
Tapte dil par
Tum bin jo jo beeti ee ee
hamne ae neendein haari
Tumne chaahat jeeti
Ho o bheegi rut mein
Tapte dil par
Tum bin jo jo beeti
Ashqon ki phuhaaron mein kahi
Tum nahin samjhe ae
Jo baat ishaaron mein kahi
Tum nahin samjhe
Hamne to hazaaron mein kahi
Tum nahin samjhe
Laa laa laa laa
Hmm hmm hmm hmm
Hmm hmm hmm hmm
Hmm hmm hmm hmm
Hmm hmm hmm hmm

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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हो ओ हो ओ
जो बात इशारों में कही
तुम नहीं समझे
हमने तो हज़ारों में कही
तुम नहीं समझे
तुम नहीं समझे ऐ
तुम नहीं समझे
जो बात इशारों में कही
तुम नहीं समझे
हमने तो हज़ारों में कही
तुम नहीं समझे

हमने ये चाहा था
क़दमों में बस रहते
ओ लेकिन हम ये हसरत
अपने मुंह से कैसे कहते
हमने ये चाहा था
क़दमों में बस रहते
हो ओ लेकिन हम ये हसरत
अपने मुंह से कैसे कहते
साँसों कि पुकारों में कही
तुम नहीं समझे ए
जो बात इशारों में कही
तुम नहीं समझे
हमने तो हज़ारों में कही
तुम नहीं ई समझे

ओ ओ हमने नींदें हारी
तुमने चाहत जीती
हो ओ भीगी रुत में
तपते दिल पर
तुम बिन जो जो बीती ई ई
हमने ए नींदें हारी
तुमने चाहत जीती
हो ओ भीगी रुत में
तपते दिल पर
तुम बिन जो जो बीती ई ई

अश्कों कि फुहारों में कही
तुम नहीं समझे
जो बात इशारों में कही
तुम नहीं समझे
हमने तो हज़ारों में कही ई
तुम नहीं ई समझे
ला ला ला ला
हं हं हं हं
हं हं हं हं
हं हं हं हं


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 : 3890 Post No. : 14923

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2009-19) – Song No. 16
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15 songs have been covered so far in the ‘ten-year challenge’ on the blog so far and this will be the 16th post in the series.

As we proceed in this journey, it is getting more and more interesting at least as far as I am concerned. I was not associated with the blog ten years ago, so my browsing through the blog for posts of those days give me an interesting singh on the way posts were appearing on the blog ten year ago. My first comment on the blog would appear on the blog on 15.09.2009.

This process of visiting or revisiting or re-revisiting brings back memories associated with those movies or songs that were covered those days. Some of these movies are those which I have watched when I was growing and some are when I was already a grown up (:) ) person, like from 1989 onwards.

Coming back to the movies of songs that were presented on 13.03.2009 we have the following list;

‘Naiyya-1979’
‘Zakhmee-1975’
‘Saajan-1969’
‘Chitchor-1976’
‘Parwaana-1971’
‘Haqeeqat-1964’
‘Bandhan-1940’
‘Dushman-1939’

All the movies except ‘Saajan-1969’ have achieved ‘all songs covered’ (Yippeeee:) ) status on the blog.

I remember to have watched ‘Saajan-1969’ either during mid-seventies or in late seventies. And since then two songs from this movie were always in my memory and nostalgic for me. Both of these songs viz. ‘resham ki dori’ and ‘saajan saajan pukaaroon galiyon mein’ have already been posted on the blog.

Today’s song is a classical based song where Asha Parekh is performing on a stage. Watching this reminds me of many of her classical dance-based performances in other movies, and which I think were a regular feature in the movies she acted in given her prowess in classical dance.

When I initially checked the songs from ‘Saajan-1969’ I thought I had come across a longer version of this song (or maybe I am mistaken) , but finally at the time of drafting this article I could locateonly a shorter video link.
However, I looked for the audio of this song which has two stanzas, though only one stanza is there in the in movie available online. Knowledgeable readers are requested to throw more light on this. Or maybe, I guess, this song was edited in the movie.

‘Saajan-1969’ was produced and directed by Mohan Sehgal for ‘Delux Films, Bombay’. It had Asha Parekh, Manoj Kumar, Om Prakash, Shabnam, Sulochana, Madan Puri, Jagirdar, Sapru, Raj Mehra, S.P. Sinha, Jankidas, Brahm Bharadwaj, Shammi, Lata Bose, Murad, Iftekhar, Ratan Gaurang, Mirajkar, Parasram, and Narmada Shankar.

This movie had total seven tracks including one music track and one multiple version song. All songs in this movie were written by Anand Bakshi and music was composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal.
So far four songs (including one multiple version song) from this movie have been covered.

Today’s song is the fifth song from this movie being posted and that would leave us with only one song remaining to be posted from this movie to take it to the ‘Yippeeee land’ 🙂 (however this remaining song doesn’t seem to be available either on video or audio, we need to search and check or knowledgeable readers can advice and throw more light on this)

Let us now enjoy today’s song …

Audio (Full)

Video (Partial)

Song-Baansuri tihaari Nandlal (Saajan)(1969) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

Baansuri tihaari Nandlal
Bani mori sautaniyaa
Baansuri tihaari Nandlal
Bani mori sautaniyaa
Ye paas tere bairan
Hoon door main sajaniyaa
Baansuri tihaari Nandlal
Bani mori sautaniyaa
Baansuri tihaari Nandlal
Bani mori sautaniyaa

Bansi ko tu honthhon se lagaaye
Bansi ko tu honthhon se lagaaye
Man tadpaaye
Mora jee tarsaaye
Kaahe ko maine tose neha lagaaye ae
Kaahe ko maine tose neha lagaaye
Ye jag maine chhoda
Bani main joganiya
Baansuri
Baansuri ee
Baansuri tihaari Nandlal
Bani mori sautaniyaa
Baansuri tihaari Nandlal
Bani mori sautaniyaa

Kehne lage hain mohe birhan saare
Kehne lage hain mohe birhan saare
Ye do naina more birhaa ke maare
Baat nihaare teri saanj sakhaare ae
Baat nihaare teri saanj sakhaare
O raat bhar jaagoon main ban ke chandaniya
Baansuri
Baansuri ee
Baansuri tihaari Nandlal
Bani mori sautaniyaa
Ye paas tere bairan
Hoon door main sajaniyaa
Baansuri tihaari Nandlal
Bani mori sautaniyaa
Mori sautaniyaa
Mori sautaniyaa
Baansuri tihaari Nandlal
Bani mori sautaniyaa

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Devnagri Script lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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बांसुरी तिहारी नन्दलाल
बनी मोरी सौतनिया
बांसुरी तिहारी नन्दलाल
बनी मोरी सौतनिया
ये पास तेरे बैरन
हूँ दूर मैं सजनिया
बांसुरी तिहारी नन्दलाल
बनी मोरी सौतनिया
बांसुरी तिहारी नन्दलाल
बनी मोरी सौतनिया

बंसी को तू होंठों से लगाए
बंसी को तू होंठों से लगाए
मन तडपाये
मोरा जी तरसाए
काहे को मैंने तोसे नेहा लगाए ए
काहे को मैंने तोसे नेहा लगाए
ये जग मैंने छोड़ा
बनी मैं जोगनिया
बांसुरी
बांसुरी ई
बांसुरी तिहारी नन्दलाल
बनी मोरी सौतनिया
बांसुरी तिहारी नन्दलाल
बनी मोरी सौतनिया

कहने लगे हैं मोहे बिरहन सारे
कहने लगे हैं मोहे बिरहन सारे
ये दो नैना मोरे बिरहा के मारे
बाट निहारे तेरी सांज सखारे ए
बाट निहारे तेरी सांज सखारे
ओ रात भर जागु मैं बन के चंदनिया
बांसुरी
बांसुरी ई
बांसुरी तिहारी नन्दलाल
बनी मोरी सौतनिया
ये पास तेरे बैरन
हूँ दूर मैं सजनिया
बांसुरी तिहारी नन्दलाल
बनी मोरी सौतनिया
मोरी सौतनिया
मोरी सौतनिया
बांसुरी तिहारी नन्दलाल
बनी मोरी सौतनिया


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.

Blog Day : 3887 Post No. : 14918

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2009-19) – Song No. 14
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‘Bobby’ created almost a storm in 1973. This drama of puppy love, completely fresh faces (almost, Rishi Kapoor had already made his mark in the ‘child RK’ role in ‘Mera Naam Joker’ (1970)), and a love story aimed at an age bracket lower than college going young people – the lovers in this film are just transitioning from high school to college. In the early 1970s, the influence of the hippie movement and free love ideas from the west into the Indian society was still a compelling influence. And the provocative presentation, as is the wont of RK style, ensured that young people of all ages went to see this film multiple times in the theaters.

The story of RK – from ‘Mera Naam Joker’ (1970) to ‘Bobby’ (1973) is quite well known. ‘Mera Naam Joker’ was designed and produced by RK as his magum opus. He put his everything into that film, both the creativity and the finances – and lost out on the gamble at the box office. Many reasons can be analyzed as to why that happened. ‘Mera Naam Joker’ is a remarkable film, but then maybe RK went overboard in certain aspects. With the huge success of ‘Sangam’ (1964) behind him he gambled that the length of the film won’t be a deterrent to the audience. He called the wrong numbers on the dice. The film was a financial disaster for RK, in its first run. It broke him.

But his resilience to bounce back played out well. After a gap of three years, he came up with ‘Bobby’, and he had the audiences lapping it up, again and again. Some journalist even wrote that RK has extracted his revenge on the system, as well as the audiences, and got compensated many times over for the disaster of ‘Mera Naam Joker’.

‘Bobby’ was also a significant departure for RK banner in another way. The Shankar-Jaikishan duo of music directors had been rendered solo, by the untimely departure of Jaikishan in 1970. RK took a glaring decision to switch music directors, bringing to close an association that had lasted for more than two decades. Many industry observers commented that this was expected. Many others in the industry were shocked by this move. A move that essentially signaled the downturn of Shankar as an MD. He doggedly tried to keep the SJ banner alive but the zest and the verve was gone, forever. The numbers speak for themselves – in 1971, seventeen films were released with music by SJ. Of course, presumably, a fair share of the work on this set of seventeen would have been done while Jaikishan was still alive. The rest of the decade of 1970s tells a grim story. 1972 – 8 films; 1973 – 7 films; 1974 – 4 films; 1975 – 5 films; 1976 – none; 1977 – 2; 1978 – 1; 1979 – 2; 1980 -1. The magic sun of SJ was slowly fading away.

RK switched to Laxmi-Pyaare. From RK’s perspective, this was a correct strategic move. And the results are for everyone to see. Of course, no one can discount the uncanny ability of RK to inspire creation of absolutely wonderful music for his films. And yes, Laxmi-Pyaare delivered to his expectations. The songs of ‘Bobby’ were super hits in their time, and they continue to be in popular demand even now after almost four decades. I am sure I do not need to present the song list to make this point. 🙂

With ‘Bobby’, RK and Laxmi-Pyaare introduced a new and a very different sound to the world of Hindi film music. The name – Narendra Chanchal. A singer with a very expressive, a very deep baritone – a voice with a phenomenal range that rivaled even Mahendra Kapoor in rendering the higher octaves. It is quoted that RK had heard him sing at some religious function. He followed up with some more research, and then decided to bring in this voice for a Sufi-like song in the film.

I remember that the promotion and the publicity presentations for this film was quite low key. The film was introduced without much fanfare. Yes, the choice of moving from SJ to LP did become talk of the town, but nothing much more than that. And this new singer – Chanchal, got introduced to the public, just as is. Working with the expected fare of Lata, Shailendra Singh, Asha and Manna Da, the audiences would be taken by surprise as Chancal would appear in person on the screen, to present this song.

And the song was an immediate hit. Over the years, it has gained almost a cult status. In reasonable memory, this probably was the first Sufi-type song presented in such traditional Sufi garb, in a Hindi film. No, I am not trying to discount all the bhajans and songs of religious expression that came before this. But surely, this song introduced a completely new sound in the Hindi film music space. The genre – picking on the original writings of Bulle Shah, the famous Sufi poet from Punjab. And the voice – no, not choosing Rafi or Manna Dey to render this. Chanchal – a new voice, a new full throated sound, that you had to slightly reduce the volume on the radio or gramophone, as his singing came on.

RK’s uncanny ability to present a song on the screen in a manner that the emotions of the players on screen will grab the emotions in the audience’s mind and heart, and pull the strings, almost viciously. The two young lovers are at a precipice of near break-up. Just recently into their romance, a jarring note of an unexplained misunderstanding tears them apart, oh so cruelly. The young man follows the lady, as she joins a school trip to get away from him. He tries to approach her; she is cold and nonchalant, and the ever chivalrous bystanders give a good beating to the young man. The lady is still silent. And so is the young man, just looking at her imploringly, asking for a chance to explain. The conversation is not entertained. The hearts are pining and wreathing with tears. But the stand-off remains. Explanations are not allowed. The silent gazes of pain, the eyes telling beseeching stories of pleadings. But no, the words are not permitted.

And then, this deep throated sound from a singer sitting in a group of porters, rises to block out and mask all the other sounds in the camp. A voice that delivers the message, the words that the young man is trying to articulate, but is not able to. Those words are compellingly brought out in this loud rustic voice of a folk singer, singing by the campfire, playing on a daff (‘डफ’) in his hand. The memories go back to ‘Jis Desh Mein Ganga Behti Hai’ (1960). There also, the protagonist plays the daff, when an important message, and the right words are to be delivered.

Over the years, Chanchal did sing, maybe a dozen, or maybe a score more songs in Hindi films. And then he quietly exited and went back to his forte – the world of popular religious bhajans. His success in that field is simply phenomenal, and for everyone to see. Just that he could not jell well with the systems of the tinsel town Mayanagri.
[Author’s Note: After little more research on the internet, we find that the total number of songs sung by Narendra Chancal in Hindi films is about 35.  Nahm ji has pointed out in comments another wonderful solo – “Kabhi Gham Se Dil Lagaaya” from film ‘Daaku’ (1975). Other superb solos by him are:
“Meri Zindagi Tumhare Pyaar Pe Kurbaan” – from ‘Jeevan Sangram’ (1974)
“Loot Liya Sansaar” – from ‘Fauji’ (1976)
“Yaar Di Chaukhat Kaaba Kaashi” – from ‘Ram Bharose’ (1977)
“Do Ghut Pila De Saaqiya” – from ‘Kaala Suraj’ (1986)
“Tut Gayi Je Yaari” – from ‘Ramkali’ (1986)
The other songs are duets, group songs, and of course religious bhajans.]

Ten years back, this day, the output on the blog was nothing short of phenomenal. On 10th March, 2009, a total of 12 songs were posted. Atul ji was quite in the pink, and on the roll, during those initial weeks and months of this blog. 12 songs mean that 12 films got represented that day. And ‘Bobby’ made its debut on that day, with the song – “Main Shaayar To Nahin”.

Over the past decade, nine of those films have been yippeee’d, and three remain. As I checked the list, I was somberly surprised that a film like ‘Bobby’, with one superlative song after another, had not yet been yippeee’d here. And mind you, the songs pending are not lightweights. Each one of them is a popular super hit, all by itself.

Quick round up review of credits – the words of this song are adapted and redrafted by Rajkavi Inderjeet Singh Tulsi, based on an original song by Bulle Shah. The music – Laxmi-Pyaare. Singing voice – Narendra Chanchal. On screen, the singer himself is performing the song, carrying the messages between the two young lovers, Rishi Kapoor and Dimple Kapadia, who are not communicating, except through the eyes. And the words of this song so powerfully express the unsaid emotions between them.

If you have ever been in love, this song is for you. And yes, if you have ever been in love, this film is for you.

 

Song – Beshaq Mandir Masjid Todo, Bulle Shaa Ye Kehta (Bobby) (1973) Singer – Narendra Chanchal, Lyrics – Inderjit Singh Tulsi, MD – Laxmikant Pyaarelal

Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

beshaq mandir masjid dhaa de
bulle shah..aa ye kehta..aa

beshaq mandir masjid todo
bulle shah..aa ye kehta..aa
par pyaar bharaa dil
kabhi na todo..o..o
is dil mein..ae dilbar rehta

jis palde mein tuley mohabbat. . .
jis palde mein tuley mohabbat
us mein chaandi nahin tolnaa..aa
taubaa meri
naa dholna
main nahin bolna..aa
ho nahin bolna jaa
main nahin bolna jaa
o main nahin bolnaa jaa
dholna
main nahin bolnaa..aa
tauba meri
naa dholna
main nahin bolnaa..aa

aag te ishq baraabar dono..o
par paani aa..aag bujhaaye
aag te ishq baraabar dono
par paani aag bujhaaye
aashiq ke jab aansoo nikley..ae..ae
aur agan lag jaaye
tere saamne baithh ke rolaan..aa..aa..aa..aa..aa
ho tere saamne baithh ke rolaan
dil ka dukhdaa nahin pholna..aa..aa
dholnaa..aa
main nahin bolna..aa
ho nahin bolnaa jaa
main nahin bolnaa jaa..aa
ve main nahin bolna jaa
dholna
main nahin bolnaa..aa
tauba meri
naa dholna
main nahin bolnaa..aa

ve main nahin bolna..aa
o ve main nahin bolna..aa
ve main nahin bolna..aa..aa..aa..aa
ve main nahin bolna..aa
ve main nahin bolna..aa
dholna..aa
main nahin bolna
nahin bolna
ve main nahin bolna
nahin bolna aa
ve main nahin bolna aa
nahin bolna
ve main nahin bolna..aa..aa

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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बेशक मंदिर मस्जिद ढा दे
बुल्ले शाह॰॰आ ये कहता॰॰आ

बेशक मंदिर मस्जिद तोड़ो
बुल्ले शाह॰॰आ ये कहता॰॰आ
पर प्यार भरा दिल
कभी ना तोड़ो॰॰ओ॰॰ओ
इस दिल में॰॰ए दिलबर रहता
जिस पलड़े में तुले मोहब्बत॰ ॰ ॰
जिस पलड़े में तुले मोहब्बत
उसमे चांदी नहीं तोलना॰॰आ
तौबा मेरी
ना ढोलना
मैं नहीं बोलना॰॰आ
हो नहीं बोलना जा
मैं नहीं बोलना जा
ओ मैं नहीं बोलना जा
ढोलना
मैं नहीं बोलना॰॰आ
तौबा मेरी
ना ढोलना
मैं नहीं बोलना॰॰आ

आग ते इश्क बराबर दोनों॰॰ओ
पर पानी आ॰॰आग बुझाए
आग ते इश्क बराबर दोनों
पर पानी आग बुझाए
आशिक के जब आंसू निकले॰॰ए॰॰ए
और अगन लग जाए
तेरे सामने बैठ के रोलां॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आ
हो तेरे सामने बैठ के रोलां
दिल का दुखड़ा नहीं फोलना॰॰आ॰॰आ
ढोलना॰॰आ
मैं नहीं बोलना॰॰आ
हो नहीं बोलना जा
मैं नहीं बोलना जा॰॰आ
वे मैं नहीं बोलना जा
ढोलना
मैं नहीं बोलना॰॰आ
तौबा मेरी
ना ढोलना
मैं नहीं बोलना॰॰आ

वे मैं नहीं बोलना॰॰आ
ओ वे मैं नहीं बोलना॰॰आ
वे मैं नहीं बोलना॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आ
वे मैं नहीं बोलना॰॰आ
वे मैं नहीं बोलना॰॰आ
ढोलना॰॰आ
मैं नहीं बोलना
नहीं बोलना
वे मैं नहीं बोलना
नहीं बोलना॰॰आ
वे मैं नहीं बोलना॰॰आ
नहीं बोलना
वे मैं नहीं बोलना॰॰आ॰॰आ

 


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 : 3885 Post No. : 14913

Today 8th March (2019) is the ninety-eighth ‘birth anniversary’ (08.03.1921 – 25.10.1980) of Sahir Ludhianvi. Imagine, in another two years it will be his birth centenary celebrations and we can say that ‘sau saal pehle is sarzameen par ‘Sahir’ ka janam huaa tha’…

Regulars on this blog are well aware that already much has been written about Sahir Ludhianvi on this blog and other sources, and as mentioned by me in one of my earlier posts people are still exploring ‘Sahir’ in their own way. Many researches have been done and still continuing about Sahir and his poems.

I have mentioned in one of my earlier posts that we know Sahir Ludhianvi as a poet of the highest quality, a romantic at heart, and a rebel.
But for me, he was much more than this.

For me he was a truly secular individual, a humanitarian, and a motivational philosopher. There were many aspects to Sahir’s poetry and writing.

He has in his poems talked about Women’s issues and raised his concerns over their ‘plight’ in the Society and how women are still subjected to insult, exploitation, torture which is still prevailing around us. The issues Sahir wrote about and had concerns about are still relevant since years and years and on …

While Sahir has given us many memorable ‘romantic songs’ he has also given us many memorable or ‘immortal’, bhajans which lead us to the world of the sublime, to introspect within ourselves. His many motivational songs can inspire people and have been a source of motivation to many like me in this journey of life. They will continue to be so if someone listen to them with interest and also studies life and times of Sahir in right earnest.

In today’s post I have a lovely song penned by Sahir touching the ‘romantic’ side of his poetry and presenting one of those many many lovable and beautiful songs which Sahir Ludhianvi has written.

Today’s song is from the ‘1980’ movie ‘Insaaf Ka Taraazu’.

‘Insaaf Ka Taraazu-1980’ was produced and directed by B.R. Chopra for his home production ‘B.R. Films, Bombay’.

Ravi Chopra was the Associate Producer for this movie.

It had Zeenat Aman, Raj Babbar (new discovery), Deepak Parashar (new discovery), Padmini Kolhapure, Shreeram Lagoo, Simi Garewal, Iftekhar, Jagdish Raj, Vijay Sharma, Prem Sagar and Sunil Dhawan.

Om Shivpuri, Sujit Kumar, Yunus Parvez, Sudha Shivpuri, and Hiralal make a ‘guest appearance’ in this movie.

Dharmendra makes a ‘special appearance’ in this movie.

This movie had four songs written by Sahir Ludhianvi and composed by Ravindra Jain. Asha Bhonsle, Hemlata and Mahendra Kapoor gave their voices to the songs in this movie.

Story, Screenplay and Dialogues for this movie were written by Shabd Kumar. S.B. Mane was the Chief Editor for this movie, while R.P. Bapat was the Associate Editor.

Two songs from this movie have been posted earlier on this blog as given below;

Song Title Post Date
Insaaf ka taraazu 27.09.2013
Log aurat ko faqat jism samajh lete hain 08.03.2017

Today we are going to enjoy the third song of this movie sung by Asha Bhonsle and Mahendra Kapoor.

Lyrics are by Sahir Ludhianvi and music composed by Ravindra Jain as mentioned above.

Incidentally, and this I noted today only while drafting this post and going through the HFGK Vol-V, this movie was passed by Censor Board (or the certificate was issued on) on 25.10.1980.
Sahir Ludhianvi passed on the same day 25.10.1980. I am not aware if the movie was also released in theatres on the same day.

Let us now listen to this song of eternal – everlasting love …

Video

Song-Hazaar khwaab haqeeqat ka roop le lenge (Insaaf Ka Taraazu)(1980) Singers-Mahendra Kapoor, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Sahir Ludhianvi, MD-Ravindra Jain
Both

Lyrics

Hazaar khwaab
Haqeeqat ka roop le lenge
Hazaar khwaab
Haqeeqat ka roop le lenge
Magar ye shart hai tum
Muskuraa ke haan keh do o o
Muhabbaton mein hai donon ka
Ek hi matlab
Muhabbaton mein hai donon ka
Ek hi matlab
Adaa se na kaho ya
Muskuraa ke haan keh do o o

Hazaar khwaab
Haqeeqat ka roop le ae lenge

Hazaar khwaab
Bahaaron ke aur sitaaron ke
Tumhaare saath meri zindagi mein
Aaye hain
Tumhaari baahon ke jhoole mein
Jhoolne ke liye
Machal machal ke mere ang
Gun gunaaye hain

Ho o
Ye saare shauq
Saare shauq
Ye saare shauq
Sadaaqat ka roop le lenge
Magar ye shart hai tum
Muskuraa ke haan keh do o o
Hazaar khwaab
Haqeeqat ka roop le lenge

Bharegi maang tumhaari
Wo din bhi kya hoga
Sajegi sej hawaaon ki
Saans mehkegi
Tum apne haath se sarkaaoge
Mera aanchal
Ajeeb aag mere
Tan badan mein dehkegi

Ho o
Ye saare shauq
Saare shauq
Ye saare shauq
Sadaaqat ka roop le lenge
Magar ye shart hai tum
Muskuraa ke haan keh do o
Hazaar khwaab
Haqeeqat ka roop le lenge

Ho o o o o
Aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa aa aa aahaa
Aa aa aa aa aa aa aa aa

Main apni zulfon ke saaye
Bichhaaungi tum par

Main tumpe apni jawaan
Dhadkanen lutaaunga
Main subah tum ko jagaaungi
Lab pe lab rakh kar

Main tumko bheench ke kuchh aur
Paas laaunga
Ho o
Ye saare shauq
Saare shauq
Ye saare shauq
Sadaaqat ka roop le ae lenge

Magar ye shart hai tum
Muskuraa ke haan keh do o o
Muhabbaton mein hai donon ka
Ek hi matlab
Adaa se na kaho

Ya aa
Muskuraa aa ke haan keh do
Hazaar khwaab
Haqeeqat ka roop le lenge ae

(Meaning of Sadāqat – True or sincere friendship; love, affection; friendliness; sincerity, candour; loyalty, fidelity; truth)

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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हज़ार ख्वाब
हकीकत का रूप ले लेंगे
हज़ार ख्वाब
हकीकत का रूप ले लेंगे
मगर ये शर्त है तुम
मुस्कुरा के हाँ कह दो
मुहब्बतों में है दोनों का
एक ही मतलब
मुहब्बतों में है दोनों का
एक ही मतलब
अदा से ना कहो या
मुस्कुरा के हाँ कह दो ओ ओ

हज़ार ख्वाब
हकीकत का रूप ले ए लेंगे

हज़ार ख्वाब
बहारों के और सितारों के
तुम्हारे साथ मेरी ज़िन्दगी में
आये हैं
तुम्हारी बाहों के झूले में
झूलने के लिए
मचल मचल के मेरे अंग
गुन गुनाए हैं

हो ओ ओ ओ
ये सारे शौक़
सारे शौक़
ये सारे शौक़
सदाक़त का रूप ले लेंगे
मगर ये शर्त है तुम
मुस्कुरा के हाँ कह दो ओ ओ
हज़ार ख्वाब
हकीकत का रूप ले लेंगे

भरेगी मांग तुम्हारी
वो दिन भी क्या होगा
सजेगी सेज हवाओं की
सांस महकेगी
तुम अपने हाथ से सरकार्ओगे
मेरा आँचल
अजीब आग मेरे
तन बदन में देह्केगी

हो ओ
ये सारे शौक़
सारे शौक़
ये सारे शौक़ सदाक़त का रूप ले लेंगे
मगर ये शर्त है तुम
मुस्कुरा के हाँ कह दो ओ ओ
हज़ार ख्वाब
हकीकत का रूप ले लेंगे

हो ओ ओ ओ ओ
आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ आ आहा
आ आ आ आ आ आ आ

मैं अपनी जुल्फों के साए
बिछाउंगी तुम पर

मैं तुमपे अपनी जवाँ
धड़कने लुटाऊंगा
मैं सुबह तुमको जगाऊंगी
लब पे लब रख कर

मैं तुमको भींच के कुछ पास लाऊंगा
हो ओ ओ ओ
ये सारे शौक़
सारे शौक़
ये सारे शौक़ सदाक़त का रूप ले लेंगे

मगर ये शर्त हा तुम
मुस्कुरा के हाँ कह दो ओ ओ
मुहब्बतों में है दोनों का
एक ही मतलब
अदा से ना कहो

या आ
मुस्कुरा के हाँ कह दो ओ ओ
हज़ार ख्वाब
हकीकत का रूप ले लेंगे ए


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Blog Day : 3880 Post No. : 14903

Today is 3 march 2019. No, I am not going to discuss a “blog ten year challenge” song today. This article covers a far bigger time span, namely 50 years. It was on this day 50 years ago, viz on 3 march 1969 that the first Rajdhani Express train left Howrah for New Delhi. This train had made its inaugural run from New Delhi on 1 march 1969 and had arrived Howrah on 2 march 1969. Its maiden journey from Howrah to New Delhi was on 3 march 1969, viz 50 years ago.

50 years ago, the highest speed of Indian Railways trains used to be 96 kmph. This train became the first Indian train to break the 100 kmph barrier. Its maximum speed was 120 kmph.

Just like there is considerable opposition today to the introduction of bullet trains in India, there was stiff resistance against the introduction to this train. The top man in Indian Railways, viz the Chairman Railway Board himself was against the introduction of this train.

When this train began its run on 3 march 1969, Rail Minister Ram Subhag Singh was available on platform to flag it off. This train took 17 hours to reach its destination which was a seven hour improvement over the fastest train on this route.

This train was an exclusive train meant to run faster and and its onboard service was meant to be upscale. It was an all airconditioned train. It was only the second airconditioned train in India till then. The first train was one that was simply called Air Conditioned express.

The sleeper class fare from Howrah to New Delhi was Rs 290, which was one month’s salary for an average Indian. No wonder then that there was considerable resentment and opposition among people as well as politicians when this train was introduced.

The train stopped only in three stations those days, viz at Gomoh, Mughalsarai and Kanpur. Today it stops at eight stations. The train then had nine coaches, some were sleeper coaches and others were chair cars. Today there are 20 coaches.

The ticket of this train was also special. It was like an airlines ticket, namely folio type, that has photo of Qutub Minar and Howrah Bridge on its two sides.

The ticket price included price for meals. This train was the first that had a pantry car. The quality of food was quite upmarket those days, five star stuff.

With time, Rajdhani trains have changed. Those were the days of Diesel locomotives and vacuum brake coaches. They were later replaced by Electric locomotive and air brake coaches. Now ICF design coaches have been replaced by LHB design coaches.

The second Rajdhani that was introduced was between New Delhi and Bombay Central. Gradually Rajdhani trains were introduced in ten routes between New Delhi and various state capitals.

I have no idea when I first travelled by Rajdhani express. It must have been in 1990s I think, when I was posted in Andhra Pradesh. Personally I used to feel a bit overwhelmed at the prospect of travelling by this train those days. The reason could be that I was rather junior and I felt that I did not belong to this train. On the other hand, I wondered how other railway men, who I felt belonged even less there would travel in this train with confidence as if then owned it. 🙂

The first time I travelled in Rajdhani with family was in 2001 from New Delhi to Guwahati. My three year old daughter would look forward for the meals and demand some more “utterly butterly butter”. 🙂

It is not as if I have travelled a lot on Rajdhani with my family. The second and till now the last occasion when the three of us travelled by Rajdhani express was in 2016 by New Delhi Mumbai Central Rajdhani express when we went to Mumbai to admit my daughter to a medical college there.

It must be said that New Delhi -Mumbai Rajdhani is quite a useful train between the two places, Most of the journey is at night time and one reaches the destination in the morning. If one gets accomodation in this train then it is a more comfortable and convenient means to travel between the two places than travelling by plane.

My daughter and wife have travelled alone by Rajdhani quite a few times. When I was posted at Bareilly, my daughter would visit me by first reaching New Delhi by Mumbai Central Rajdhani and would then board New Delhi Dibrugarh Rajdhani that stopped at Bareilly.

In 1969, Rajdhani trains introduced speed upto 120 kmph in Indian trains. Now 50 years later, the fastest Indian Railways train are still only 160 kmph. I dream of a day when India will have a network of bullet train lines and public would be able to reach 1500 km in 5 hours. If that happens then it would be a big transformation in India. We have already seen communication revolution in Indiawhere everyone has access to phone and so one can share information easily and in real time. I dream of seeing a similar transport revolution in India. That would transform Indian economy. I am cautiously optimistic that India will have a fe bullet trains by 2030. People would be ready to use it on a big way because India by that time would be nearly a $ 10 trillions economy with per capita nominal GDP of around $7000/-, a three fold increase in per capita income of Indians and they would be able to afford bullet train tickets and many more such services.

On this occasion, here is a rail song from a time when no one even thought of Rajdhani trains, forget bullet trains. This rail train is from “Zabaan”(1943).

“Zabaan”(1943) was produced and directed by Jayant Desai for Jayant Desai productions, Bombay. This “social” movie had Ishwar lal, Kaushalya, Mubarak, Diit, Vatsala Kumthekar, Bhagwandas, Kantilal etc in it.

The movie had twelve songs in it. All of them were actor-singer songs, viz the songs were sung by the actors themselves.

Here is this rail song from “Zabaan”(1943). It is sung by Ishwar Lal. Mahir Ul Qadri is the lyricist. Music is composed by C Ramchsndra.

Only the audio of the song is available, but it is clear from the lyics that it is a rail song. It would have been nice to be able to watch the picturisation of this song, but I doubt that the video of this song is available. So we only have the audio of the song with us to savour.

On the occasion of Rajdhani trains turning 50 years old, here is this 75 year old rail song to celebrate the occasion.


Song-Piya des hai jaana (Zabaan)(1943) Singer-Ishwar Lal, Lyrics-Mahir ul Qadri, MD-C Ramchandra

Lyrics

piya des hai jaana
piya des hai jaana
aa ha ha ha
aise mein mohabbat ka koi jaam pilaana
aise mein mohabbat ka koi jaam pilaana
piya des hai jaana

gaate huye khambhe
hanste huye paudhe
gaate huye khambhe
hanste huye paudhe
chalte huye raste
chalte huye raste
kahte hain ye mujhse ke
piya des hai jaana
kahte hain ye mujhse ke
piya des hai jaana
piya des hai jaana
piya des hai jaana
aa ha ha ha
aise mein mohabbat ka koi jaam pilaana
piya des hai jaana

lohe ki ye patri
chalti hui dharti
lohe ki ye patri
chalti hui dharti
dee rail ne seeti
aawaaz ye aayi ke
piya des hai jaana
piya des hai jaana
aa ha ha ha
aise mein mohabbat ka koi jaam pilaana
piya des hai jaana

ummeed ko lekar
aate hain tere ghar
umeed ko lekar
aate hain tere ghar
hai dil ki zabaan par
hai dil ki zabaan par
piya des hai jaana
piya des hai jaana
piya des hai jaana
aa ha ha ha
aise mein mohabbat ka koi jaam pilaana
aise mein mohabbat ka koi jaam pilaana
piya des hai jaana

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Hindi Script Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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पिया देस है जाना
पिया देस है जाना
आ हा हा हा
ऐसे में मोहब्बत का कोई जाम पिलाना
ऐसे में मोहब्बत का कोई जाम पिलाना
पिया देस है जाना

गाते हुए खम्भे
हँसते हुए पौधे
गाते हुए खम्भे
हँसते हुए पौधे
चलते हुए रस्ते
चलते हुए रस्ते
कहते हैं ये मुझसे के
पिया देस है जाना
कहते हैं ये मुझसे के
पिया देस है जाना
पिया देस है जाना
पिया देस है जाना
आ हा हा हा
ऐसे में मोहब्बत का कोई जाम पिलाना
पिया देस है जाना

लोहे की ये पटरी
चलती हुई धरती
लोहे की ये पटरी
चलती हुई धरती
दी रेल ने सीटी
आवाज़ ये आई के
पिया देस है जाना
पिया देस है जाना
आ हा हा हा
ऐसे में मोहब्बत का कोई जाम पिलाना
पिया देस है जाना

उम्मीद को लेकर
आते हैं तेरे घर
उम्मीद को लेकर
आते हैं तेरे घर
है दिल की ज़बान पर
है दिल की ज़बान पर
पिया देस है जाना
पिया देस है जाना
पिया देस है जाना
आ हा हा हा
ऐसे में मोहब्बत का कोई जाम पिलाना
ऐसे में मोहब्बत का कोई जाम पिलाना
पिया देस है जाना


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Blog Day : 3876 Post No. : 14898

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2009-19) – Song No. 10
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Today is 27 february 2019. The day is almost over and the first post of the day is just about coming up. Things were much different on this day ten years ago. On that day (27 february 2009), as many as seven songs were covered. Those were the days when I would discuss six or seven sog a day with ease, and a century of songs would come up in sixteen days or so.

Even I am surprised at the level of energy motivation and passion that I used to possess those days. 🙂

Coming to this day ten years ago, as many as seven songs were covered. Six of these movies have been YIPPEED by now. The only unyippeed movie from that day is “Kaajal”(1965).

“Kaajal”(1965) was directed by Ram Maheshwari for Kalpanalok, Bombay. The movie had Meena Kumari, Raj Kumar, Dharmendra, Padmini, Sailesh Kumar, Helen, Durga Khoy=te, Jageerdar, Tiwari, Mahendra, Gopal Sahgal, Tuntun, Keshav Rana, Madhu Apte, Abhimanyu Sharma, Polson, Rajan Kapoor, Mumtaz, Mehmood etc in it.

The movie had eleven songs in it. Eight songs from the movie have been covered in the past. The movie made its debut in the blog on this day ten years ago with the song Tora man darpan kahlaaye.

I had not watched any movies in movie halls from 1972 to 1977. Only after I reached College and got “freedom” that I began to watch movies with a vengeance, as if to make up for lost time. It was during this movie watching spree that I watched “Kaajal” (1965) in 1978 or 1979 in a movie hall called Ratan Talkies in Ranchi. So that was nearly forty years ago. I think that this cinema hall no longer exists. If we have any Ranchi based readers then I request the to help confirm or refute this fact.

When I watched the movie, I kept getting surprised repeatedly by the feeling-“arre, ye gaana is film ka hai”. The movie was full of well known timeless classic songs. Base somewhere in a neighbouring state, Raja too independently felt the same way when he watched this movie.

Coming to today’s song, it is a “shringaar” ras song which is sung by Mahendra Kapoor. Sahir Ludhianvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ravi, whom I had begun to regard as a creator of conic songs, thanks to a plethora of sungs composed by him that had ended up becoming timeless classics.

This song is picturised on Dharmendra and Padmini. Incidentally, This movie was the first occasion for me to watch Dharmendra, Padmini and many others.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala.


Song-Muddat ki tamannaaon ka sila (Kaajal)(1965) Singer-Mahendra Kapoor, Lyrics-Sahir Ludhianvi, MD-Ravi

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

muddat ki tamannaaon ka sila
jazbaat ko ab mil jaane do
muddat ki tamannaaon ka sila
jazbaat ko ab mil jaane do
jis tarah mili hai do roohen
us tarah se lab mil jaane do
muddat ki tamannaaon ka sila

seene se hataa do aanchal ko
shaane se jhatak do zulfon ko
seene se hataa do aanchal ko
shaane se jhatak do zulfon ko
shaane se jhatak do zulfon ko
jaati huyi rangeen ghadiyon ko
rukne ka sabab mil jaane do
muddat ki tamannaaon ka sila

in paak gunaahon ki ghadiyaan
aati hai magar har raat nahin
in paak gunaahon ki ghadiyaan
aati hai magar har raat nahin
aati hai magar har raat nahin
is raat mein sab kho jaane do
is raat mein sab mil jaane do
muddat ki tamannaaon ka sila

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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मुद्दत की तमन्नाओं का सिला
जज़्बात को अब मिल जाने दो
मुद्दत की तमन्नाओं का सिला
जज़्बात को अब मिल जाने दो
जिस तरह मिली है दो रूहें
उस तरह से लब मिल जाने दो
मुद्दत की तमन्नाओं का सिला

सीने से हटा दो आँचल को
शाने से झटक दो जुल्फों को
सीने से हटा दो आँचल को
शाने से झटक दो जुल्फों को ओ
शाने से झटक दो जुल्फों को
जाती हुयी हंगीन घड़ियों को
रुकने का सबब मिल जाने दो
मुद्दत की तमन्नाओं का सिला

इन पाक गुनाहों कि घड़ियाँ
आती है मगर हर रात नहीं
इन पाक गुनाहों कि घड़ियाँ
आती है मगर हर रात नहीं ई
आती है मगर हर रात नहीं
इस रात में सब खो जाने दो
इस रात में सब मिल जाने दो
मुद्दत की तमन्नाओं का सिला


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 : 3872 Post No. : 14891

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2009-19) – Song No. 8
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When our dear Atul ji recently started an ‘innovative’ initiative under the ‘ten-year challenge’ or ‘Blog ten-year challenge’ I had mentioned it in my comments on the ‘first song’ in this series that, I would try to share lyrics if not articles as possible in this series. I had also mentioned that I could see a few opportunities for me in the coming days of this month. That was because I was browsing the posts of February’2009 on my own.

Today I have this opportunity to share a ‘song post’ under this series. And since its from ‘seventies’ I am happy to share it here.

Ten years back, on this day i.e. on 23rd February 2009, we had songs from the movies ‘Rajkumar-1964’, ‘Milan-1967’, ‘Chor Machaaye Shor-1974’, ‘Call Girl-1974’, ‘Badi Bahan-1949’, and ‘Dushman-1939’ posted on the blog. All the moves mentioned above, except ‘Call Girl-1974’ have already had all their songs posted on the blog and in turn achieved ‘Yippeeee’ ed status on the blog. 🙂

So, we have ‘Call Girl-1974’ remaining to be covered for all songs on the blog. And so far, only one song of this movie has been posted on the blog. And, I think that the one song posted was the only well-known song from the movie or we can say that the movie is identified with this one song only i.e. ‘ulfat me zamaane ki har rasm ko thukraao’ sung by Kishore Kumar.

However, when I was going through the songs available from this movie and song list of this movie in HFGK-Vol-V, I found that the above song is actually a ‘multiple version song’ sung by Kishore Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar. So, I am also sharing the Lata Version for this song separately and requesting Atul ji to kindly update it in the post please. This song was posted on 23rd February 2009 and there was only comment on it on the same day by Greta Memsaab. The second comment was by Mr. Chandrakant H Shah on 08th Dec’2016 and he had mentioned about this song being a multiple version song. However somehow this has been remained to be updated.

I too remember this song ‘ulfat me zamaane ki har rasm ko thukraao’ as a Kishore Kumar song only and I think the version was not that much popular then. I had not watched this movie until now, so can’t say much about that. Except I vaguely remember to have heard this Kishore Kumar song on radio frequently and thereafter its memory was revived when I had started collecting cassettes in 1985-86. In 1987-88 after the death of Kishore Kumar HMV has released an album titled ‘A tribute to the Legend’ (it was a four-cassette set) and this song was included in this album.

As per HFGK listing of songs of this movie the Lata Mangeshkar version appears first (at number 3 in the movie) and the Kishore Kumar version appears later (at number five in the movie).

‘Call Girl-1974’ was directed by Vijay Kapoor for Mukesh Movies, Bombay. It was produced by Mukesh Khanna.

It had Zahira, Vikram, Iftekhar, Urmila Bhatt, Shekhar Purohit, Minoo Mehtab, Reddi, Mansaram, Satyajeet, Shefali, Jankidas and Kuljeet.
Heena Kausar make a special appearance in this movie.

Jalal Agha and Nazneen, Krishan Dhawan and Paintal have friendly appearances in this movie. Story of this movie was by Mukesh Movies Story Department. Editing of this movie was done by B.S. Glaad. Screenplay and dialogues of this movie were written by K. A. Abbas.

This movie had total seven songs including one multiple version song and one cabaret dance music. All the songs in this movie were written by Naqsh Lyallpuri and music was composed by Sapan-Jagmohan. Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar and Ranu Mukherjee who gave their voices to the songs in this movie had one solo song each, and there was one duet sung by Asha Bhonsle and Kishore Kumar and one by Kishore Kumar and Ranu Mukherjee.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 28.05.1974 with restricted viewing certificate (A).

Since I have not watched this movie, I can’t say much about it or the songs from this movie. I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on this movie and its songs.

Let us now enjoy the today’s song which is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Kishore Kumar and picturized on Vikram and Zahira.

The song is a nice one though it must not be popular or heard that much as the other song from this movie.

Video

Audio

Song-Ham hain jahaan wo pyaar ki mehki dagar hai (Call Girl)(1974) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Naqsh Llayalpuri, MD-Sapan Jagmohhan
Both

Lyrics

laa laa la laa
laa laa la laa
laa laa la laa aa
laa laa la laa
laa laa la laa
laa laa la laa aa
la la laa laa la laa aa
la la laa laa la laa aa
la la laa laa la laa aa

la la laa
ham hai jahaan wo pyaar ki
mehki dagar hai
saathi mere ye to bataa
jaana kidhar hai
ghataaon ke taley
achchha
jahaan tu le chaley
haan haan
jidhar tu le chaley
ghataaon ke taley
jahaan tu le chaley
jidhar tu le chaley ae

bolo tumhe ae
kya naam doon
arey laa laa la laa aa
dil ye kahe meri
pehli hansi ho tum
jis pe loota gulshan mera
aisi kali ho tum
bolo tumhe ae
kya naam doon

laa laa la laa aa
pyaar ki dharti pe
phaila gagan ho tum
jispe khiley sapne mere
aisa chaman ho tum

muskuraate milenge ae
jahaan bhi milenge ham

ham hai jahaan wo pyaar ki
mehki dagar hai
laa la la laa aa aa
saathi mere ye to bataa
jaana kidhar hai
ghataaon ke taley
aha haa
jahaan tu le chaley
he he
jidhar tu le chaley
ghataaon ke taley
jahaan tu le chaley
jidhar tu le chaley ae

haan aa
dil ki kahen
dil ki sunen ae
haan dil ki sunen ae
aa do ghadi baithhe
aisi jagah jaa ke
hamko jahaan koi nazar
dekhe na pehchaane
aisi jagah paayen kahaan
arey paaye kahaan
dekhta hai saagar
lehren hamen jaanen
jaaye jahaan pichchhaa kare
jhonke ye deewaane ae

ek pal bhi meri jaan
yahaan naa rukenge ham

ham hai jahaan wo pyaar ki
mehki dagar hai
laa laa la la laa aa
saathi mere ye to bataa
jaana kidhar hai
ghataaon ke taley
haan haan
jahaan tu le chaley
o ho ho
jidhar tu le chaley
ghataaon ke taley

he he
jahaan tu le chaley
ho ho
jidhar tu le chaley
laa la la laa
ghataaon ke taley
he he
jahaan tu le chaley
o ho ho
jidhar tu le chaley

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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ला ला ल ला
ला ला ल ला
ला ला ल ला आ
ला ला ल ला
ला ला ल ला
ला ला ल ला आ
ल ल ला ला ल ला आ
ल ल ला ला ल ला आ
ल ल ला ला ल ला आ

ल ल ला
हम है जहां वो प्यार की
महकी डगर है
साथी मेरे ये तो बता
जाना किधर है
घटाओं के तले
अच्छा
जहां तू ले चले
हाँ हाँ
जिधर तू ले चले
घटाओं के तले
जहां तू ले चले
जिधर तू ले चले

बोलो तुम्हे ए
क्या नाम दूं
अरे ला ला ल ला आ
दिल ये कहे मेरी
पहली हंसी हो तुम
जिसपे लूटा गुलशन मेरा
ऐसी कली हो तुम
बोलो तुम्हे ए
क्या नाम दूं

ला ला ल ला आ
प्यार की धरती पे
फैला गगन हो तुम
जिसपे खिले सपने मेरे
ऐसा चमन हो तुम

मुस्कुराते मिलेंगे ए
जहां भी मिलेंगे हम

हम है जहां वो प्यार की
महकी डगर है
ला ल ल ला आ आ
साथी मेरे ये तो बता
जाना किधर है
घटाओं के तले
अहा हां
जहां तू ले चले
हे हे
जिधर तू ले चले
घटाओं के तले
जहां तू ले चले
जिधर तू ले चले

हाँ आ दिल की कहे
दिल की सुने ए
हाँ दिल की सुने ए
आ दो घडी बैठे
ऐसी जगह जा के
हमको जहां कोई नज़र
देखे न पहचाने
ऐसी जगह पाए कहाँ
अरे पाए कहाँ
देखता है सागर
लहरें हमें जाने
जाए जहां पीछा करे
झोंके ये दीवाने ए

एक पल भी मेरी जान
यहाँ ना रुकेंगे हम

हम है जहां वो प्यार की
महकी डगर है
ला ला ल ल ला आ
साथी मेरे ये तो बता
जाना किधर है
घटाओं के तले
हाँ
जहां तू ले चले
ओ हो हो
जिधर तू ले चले
घटाओं के तले

हे हे
जहां तू ले चले
हो हो
जिधर तू ले चले
ला ल ल ला
घटाओं के तले
हे हे
जहां तू ले चले
ओ हो हो
जिधर तू ले चले


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