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“Sapan Suhaane”(1961) was directed by Kedar Kapoor for K R Films, Bombay. This “social” movie had Balraj Sahni, Geeta Bali, Bhagwan, Kamini Kadam, Chandrashekhar, K N singh, Leela Mishra, Parveen Paul, Samson, Ram Mohan, Helen etc in it.

The movie had seven songs in it. Three songs from this movie have been covered in the blog. All these songs were discussed in 2009, viz eight years ago !

Here is the fourth song from ‘Sapan Suhaane’ (1961) to appear in the blog. the song is sung by Manna Dey and chorus. Shailendra is the lyricist. Listening to the song leaves no doubt in mind that the music director has to be Salil Chaudhary.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Dil kehta hai zara to dam le lo (Sapan Suhaane)(1961) Singer-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Shailendra, MD-Salil Chaudhary
Chorus
Manna Dey + Chorus

Lyrics

o ho ho ho
o ho ho
hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm
hahaha

dil kehta hai
zara to dam le lo
dagar kehti hai ke chalte chalo o
dil kehta hai zara to dam le lo
dagar kehti hai ke chalte chalo
manzil ae manzil tere deewaane
tere deewaane rukna na jaanen
manzil ae manzil tere deewaane
tere deewaane rukna na jaanen
dil kehta hai zara to dam le lo
dagar kehti hai ke chalte chalo

ho o ho
o o o o
laaye hain kiska sandesa
ye rang bhare baadal
o ho ho
o o o
kiske khayaalo ne aa ke
macha di ye halchal
zindagi hai ye
khwaab nahin hai pyaare
aag bhi hai bas
raag nahin hai pyaare
zindagi hai ye
khwaab nahin hai pyare
aag bhi hai bas
raag nahin hai pyaare
kahin kadi dhoop hai kahin chhaaya
kahin kadi dhoop hai kahin chhaaya
raste ye oonche neeche jaane pehchaane
dil kehta hai zara to dam le lo
dagar kehti hai ke chalte chalo

o o ho
o o o o o
masti mein gaate wo panchhi
chale ghar apne ae ae
o o ho o o
aayi hai shaam suhaani
leke naye sapne
sooni sooni raahen
door hamaara ghar
rah gayi hai ik aah nikal kar
sooni sooni raahen
door hamaara ghar
rah gayi hai ik aah nikal kar
abhi saari raat hai tere aage
abhi saari raat hai tere aage
ye to ibtida hai bhole bhaale parwaane
hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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ओ हो हो
ओ हो हो
हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम
हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम
हा हा हा

दिल कहता है
ज़रा तो दम ले लो
डगर कहती है के चलते चलो ओ
दिल कहता है
ज़रा तो दम ले लो
डगर कहती है के चलते चलो
मंज़िल ए मंज़िल तेरे दीवाने
तेरे दीवाने रुकना ना जाने
मंज़िल ए मंज़िल तेरे दीवाने
तेरे दीवाने रुकना ना जाने
दिल कहता है ज़रा तो दम ले लो
डगर कहती है के चलते चलो

हो ओ हो
ओ ओ ओ ओ
लाये हैं किसका सँदेसा
ये रंग भरे बादल
ओ हो हो
ओ ओ ओ
किसके ख़यालों ने आके
मचा दी ये हलचल
ज़िंदगी है ये
ख्वाब नहीं है प्यारे
आग भी है बस
राग नहीं है प्यारे
ज़िंदगी है ये
ख्वाब नहीं है प्यारे
आग भी है बस
राग नहीं है प्यारे
कहीं कड़ी धूप है कहीं छाया
कहीं कड़ी धूप है कहीं छाया
रस्ते ये ऊंचे नीचे जाने पहचाने
दिल कहता है ज़रा तो दम ले लो
डगर कहती है के चलते चलो

ओ ओ हो
ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ
मस्ती में गाते वो पंछी
चले घर अपने॰॰॰
ओ ओ हो ओ ओ
आई है शाम सुहानी
लेके नए सपने
सूनी सूनी राहें
दूर हमारा घर
रह गई है इक आह निकल कर
सूनी सूनी राहें
दूर हमारा घर
रह गई है इक आह निकल कर
अभी सारी रात है तेरे आगे
अभी सारी रात है तेरे आगे
ये तो इब्तिदा है भोले भाले परवाने
हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम
हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम
हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम
हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम हम्मम

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

Today’s song is from a film called ‘Shiv Kanya’ (1954). The title may surprise some readers. Did Bhagwan Shiv ji have a daughter? Some people may brush it off thinking that it is yet another fruit of the fertile imagination of the “story department” of the production house. Can’t blame them either, because film makers are known experts in creating close relatives of popular film characters. Some examples are ‘Son of Aladdin’ (1939), ‘Daughter of Hatimtai’ (1940 and 1955) or even ‘Son of Zimbo’ (1966). Poor Alladin or Hatimtai would not be even knowing that they had a son or a daughter !

However, as far as mythological film subjects are concerned, there is absolutely no need to imagine or cook up stories, because the old scriptures like Puraanas provide varied situations for making films. That is how there is a film called ‘Krishna Arjun Yuddh’ in 1934, 1945 and 1971, based on a story from Bhagwat Mahapuraan. We also have ‘Ram Hanuman Yuddh’ in 1957 and 1975, based on Valmiki Ramayan. There was even a strange sounding film called ‘Shankar, Seeta, Anusuya” in 1965, made on a story from Garud Puraan and then there was a film called ‘Vish Waman ‘ (1936) based on Waman Puran.

When I first came across this film ‘Shiv Kanya’ in the mid 50s, I was perplexed, because I was not aware of Shiv Ji having a daughter too ! I knew about Kartikeya and Ganesh. Then I looked into a book ‘Stories from Puraanas’ and I learnt about it. Stories in Puraanas have sometimes slightly different versions in different Puraans. For example, Ram Hanuman Yuddh is mentioned in Valmiki Ramayan and you will find a modified version in Vishnu Puraan also. This is because Puraanas are based on Shrutis and there are additions by many scholars over the centuries.

As far as Shiv Kanya is concerned, it is a story of Manasa Devi. (Interestingly, there is a Goddess in Greek Mythology, with the name Ma Na Sa).

Ma Manasa Devi, the snake goddess, is worshipped by Hindus, mainly for the prevention and cure of snakebites and infectious diseases like smallpox and chicken pox as well as for prosperity and fertility. She stands for both ‘destruction’ and ‘regeneration’, akin to a snake shedding its skin and being reborn.

The idol of the Manasa Devi Goddess is depicted as a graceful lady with her body, adorned with snakes and sitting on a lotus or standing on a snake, under a hooded canopy of seven cobras. She is often seen as ‘the one-eyed goddess’, and sometimes portrayed with her son Aastika on her lap.

Also known as ‘Nagini,’ the female serpentine avatar or ‘Vishahara’, the goddess who annihilates poison, Manasa, in the Hindu mythology, is believed to be the daughter of sage Kasyapa and Kadru, and the sister of the serpent king Sesha. She is also the sister of Vasuki, king of Nagas and the wife of Sage Jagatkaru. I present here a simplified version of the myth regards Manasa as the daughter of Lord Shiva. Legends have it that she was rejected by her father Shiva and husband Jagatkaru, and hated by her stepmother, Chandi, who scooped out one of Manasa’s eyes. So, she appears to be foul-tempered, and benevolent only towards her devotees.

Manasa, due to her mixed parentage, is denied full godhead. Ancient Hindu legends in the Puranas, narrate the story of the birth of this powerful serpentine goddess. Sage Kashyapa created goddess Manasa from his ‘mana,’ or mind, so she could control the reptiles that were creating havoc on earth and Lord Brahma made her the presiding deity of snakes. It is believed that Lord Krishna granted her divine status and she established herself in the pantheon of gods.

During the monsoon season, Goddess Manasa is worshipped, mainly in the eastern Indian states of Bengal, Assam, Jharkhand, and Orissa, throughout the months of June, July and August (Ashaad – Shraavan), a time when the snakes leave their nesting ground and come out into the open and become active. In Bangladesh, the Manasa and Ashtanaag Puja is a month-long affair spanning July and August. Devotees pay obeisance to goddess Manasa and perform various ‘pujas’ or rituals to appease her. Special ‘murtis’ or statues of the goddess are sculpted, various sacrifices made, and prayers chanted. In some places, worshippers are seen to pierce their bodies, poisonous snakes are displayed on the altar, and live shows depicting the life and legends of Manasa Devi are performed. (From the book ‘Hindu Mythology-Gods and Goddesses’ by Acharya Shyam Purohit.)

And this is what ‘Hindu Daivat in India’ by Shrinivas Potdar says – “Manasa Devi is also known as the snake Goddess who is worshipped mainly in Bengal and other North-Eastern states of India. It is believed that Goddess Manasa is the one who controls all the snakes on Earth and a snake bite can be cured by worshipping Her. People also worship Goddess Manasa for fertility and prosperity. According to the legends Goddess Manasa is the daughter of Lord Shiva. However some scriptures suggest that she is the daughter of Sage Kashyapa and is distantly related to Shiva. She is the sister of Vasuki and wife to Sage Jagatkaru. Due to the confusion in her parentage, Goddess Manasa has been denied the position which other deities enjoy. Hence, she is an extremely furious Goddess for those who refuse to worship Her while extremely kind to those who worship Her with devotion.”

Film ‘Shiv Kanya’ was made by Chandrakala Pictures, produced by Ravji Bhai Patel and Sharad Desai and was directed by Sharad’s father, Dhirubhai Desai.

Dhirubhai Desai was a Hindi and Gujarati film director. He was born in Kaliawadi, near Navsari, Gujarat, on 31-1-1908. He started at Sharda Studios in 1927 by assisting AP Kapoor. He completed Gujarati film ‘Maya No Rang’, which was left unfinished by PV Chavan and Sunder Rao Nadkarni, when Bhogilal Dave took over his United Pictures Syndicate in 1929. His early work was in silent films of action (17 silent films), in Sharada and later with Indulal Yagnik.

He also worked with Saroj Films of Nanubhai Desai. In 1933, he set up his own studio – Vishnu Cinetone and made ‘Suryakumari’ (1933) with Natwar Shyam Manyar and Chaturbhai Patel. Later he owned Chandrakala Pictures also. After 1940 he directed mainly B grade Mythological films, usually remakes of his silent films. He was one of the few silent film makers, who had a long career in Hindi and Gujarati films. He had directed 17 silent films and 56 talkie films in Hindi. Some of his notable Hindi films are ‘Dilli Ka Thug’ (1935), ‘Fashionable Wife’, ‘Bhakta Prahlad’ (1946), ‘Bhakta Pundalik’, ‘Oonchi Haveli’, ‘Saaranga’ (1960), ‘Kailashpati’, ‘Badrinath Yatra’ and ‘Sampoorna Teerth Yatra’ etc. His last film was ‘Daaku Aur Bhagwan’ (1975). He passed away on 30-7-1990.

The film’s story is written by Pt. Narottam Vyas. Born in Moradabad (UP) in 1896, Pandit ji edited some magazines in Calcutta. He first wrote the story of  film ‘Pooran Bhagat’ (1933), but his name was not in the credits. He also wrote for film “Seeta” (1934). Coming to Bombay he joined Bhavnani Productions and then Prabhat. In all he wrote stories of 50 films. He also wrote more than 50 books. After producing and directing some films, he was fed up and retired to Moradabad in 1964. He passed away on 27-2-1980.

The Music Director of this film is Manna Dey (1-5-1919 to 24-10-2013). Manna Dey was essentially a singer, but initially he wanted to become a composer. So, by becoming assistant first to his uncle KC Dey and later to Khemchand Prakash, he managed to give music to 17 films, composing 129 songs in these films, in his career. None of his composed songs became a hit or very popular. In contrast, he sang in 839 Hindi films and sang 1370 songs ! This output clearly proves that he was a successful singer. The problem with many singers is that they want to become music directors or act in the films or do both or even all three (like Mukesh), but they do not possess that mindset. A composer is a planner and a singer is an implementer. You can either be this or that. In any case an implementer rarely has the talent of a planner. Singers like Mukesh, Talat, SD Batish, Khan Mastana and few others never became famous or popular or successful composers or actors. Singers like Talat realised this too late and spoiled his singing career too.

Today’s song is written by Bharat Vyas and sung by Manna Dey himself. Actually, the tune is quite melodious, but being a B grade film, even good songs do not get wider exposure to become popular. This is the 3rd song from this film,to be posted on the Blog. Enjoy this Bhajan…

[Acknowledgements: The above write up has adapted some material from
a. ‘Hindu Mythology – Gods and Goddesses’ by Acharya Shyam Purohit
b. ‘Hindu Daivat in India’ by Shrinivas Potdar]


Song – Meri Doobti Naiyya Ko Paar Lagaane Waala Kaun. . . Bhola Nath Re. . (Shiv Kanya) (1954) Singer – Manna Dey, Unidentified Female Voice, Lyrics – Bharat Vyas, MD – Manna Dey
Chorus

Lyrics

meri doobti naiyya ko paar lagaane waala kaun
bhola nath re
o meri doobti naiyya ko paar lagaane waala kaun
bhola nath re
meri toot’ti aasha ko dheer bandhaane waala kaun
bhola nath re
o meri doobti naiyya ko paar lagaane waala kaun
bhola nath re

jhukti uthen ghataayen
jab vipda ke baadal chhaaye
kachhu na padey dikaai
manwaa pag pag thokar khaaye
us andhkaar mein. . .
us andhkaar mein aasha deep jalaane waala kaun
bhola nath re
o meri doobti naiyya ko paar lagaane waala kaun
bhola nath re
dukh ke kaanton mein sukh ke phool khilaane waala kaun
bhola nath re
o meri doobti naiyya ko paar lagaane waala kaun
bhola nath re

ban ban baat bigad jaaye
aur ghor niraasha chhaaye
bhagya baney vipreet jisey saari duniya thukraaye
thukraaye jisey. . .
thukraaye jisey duniya usey apnaane waala kaun
bhola nath re
ho meri doobti naiyya ko paar lagaane waala kaun
bhola nath re
meri toot’ti aasha ko dheer bandhaane waala kaun
bhola nath re

bhola nath re
bhola nath re
bhola nath re
o bhola nath re
bhola nath re
bhola nath re
bhola nath re
bhola nath re
bhola nath re
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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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मेरी डूबती नैय्या को पार लगाने वाला कौन
भोला नाथ रे
ओ मेरी डूबती नैय्या को पार लगाने वाला कौन
भोला नाथ रे
मेरी टूटती आशा को धीर बंधाने वाला कौन
भोला नाथ रे
ओ मेरी डूबती नैय्या को पार लगाने वाला कौन
भोला नाथ रे

झुकती उठें घटाएँ
जब विपदा के बाड़ा छाए
कछु ना पड़े दिखाई
मनवा पग पग ठोकर खाये
उस अंधकार में॰॰॰
उस अंधकार में आशा दीप जलाने वाला कौन
भोला नाथ रे
ओ मेरी डूबती नैय्या को पार लगाने वाला कौन
भोला नाथ रे
दुख के काँटों में सुख के फूल खिलाने वाला कौन
भोला नाथ रे
ओ मेरी डूबती नैय्या को पार लगाने वाला कौन
भोला नाथ रे

बन बन बात बिगड़ जाये
और घोर निराशा छाए
भाग्य बने विपरीत जिसे सारी दुनिया ठुकराये
ठुकराये जिसे॰॰॰
ठुकराये जिसे दुनिया उसे अपनाने वाला कौन
भोला नाथ रे
हो मेरी डूबती नैय्या को पार लगाने वाला कौन
भोला नाथ रे
मेरी टूटती आशा को धीर बंधाने वाला कौन
भोला नाथ रे

भोला नाथ रे
भोला नाथ रे
भोला नाथ रे
भोला नाथ रे
ओ भोला नाथ रे
भोला नाथ रे
भोला नाथ रे
भोला नाथ रे
भोला नाथ रे
भोला नाथ रे
भोला नाथ रे
भोला नाथ रे

 


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Nargis was “Miss India”(1957) in January 1957 and nine month later she was “Mother India” (1957) in october 1957. 🙂 I wondered what happened to Mrs India that should have logically followed in between. 🙂

The movie “Miss India”(1957) as well as its songs are not all that well known vis a vis “Mother India”(1957), though they were good in their own way. There were ten songs in “Miss India”(1957) which were penned by Rajinder Krishan and composed by S D Burman. Trivia buffs may find it interesting to note that Rajinder Krishan and S D Burman collaborated together in only five movies, viz. “Pyaar”(1950), “Bahaar”(1951), “Ek Nazar”(1951), “Saza”(1951) and “Miss India”(1957).

Seven songs from “Miss India”(1957) have been covered in the blog.

Here is the eighth song from the movie to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Manna Dey and chorus.

The song is picturised as a rail song. A glum Nargis is shown seated in her seat going to her destination, while this beggar song is sung by an old beggar, accompanied by a few young kids singing in chorus. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify the lip syncer.

It is after quite a long while that a train song, and also a beggar train song gets discussed in the blog.

There is an interesting trivia associated with this song. This song is the only Manna Dey solo created by the lyricist-Music director team of Rajinder Krishan and S D Burman.


Song-Thokar naseeb ki jo khaa kar bhi muskuraaye (Miss India)(1957) Singer-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-S D Burman

Lyrics

thokar naseeb ki jo o o
khaa kar bhi muskuraaye
thokar naseeb ki jo o o
khaa kar bhi muskuraaye
ik roz badh ke manzil
ik roz badh ke manzil
usko galey lagaaye ae
thokar naseeb ki jo o o
khaa kar bhi muskuraaye
thokar naseeb ki jo o o
khaa kar bhi muskuraaye

ye ranj ye museebat
kissa hai zindagi ka
ye ranj ye museebat
kissa hai zindagi ka
gham ko khushi banaana
hai kaam aadmi ka
gham ko khushi banaana
hai kaam aadmi ka

insaan kya jo gham se
insaan kya jo gham se
ghabraa ke baith jaaye ae ae
thokar naseeb ki jo o o
khaa kar bhi muskuraaye

ik roz badh ke manzil
ik roz badh ke manzil
usko galey lagaaye ae
thokar naseeb ki jo o o
khaa kar bhi muskuraaye

har raat ki subah hai
har shaam ka sawera
har raat ki subah hai
har shaam ka sawera
rukna na raaste mein
manzil hai tera dera
rukna na raaste mein
manzil hai tera dera

har ik nayi museebat
har ik nayi museebat
himmat teri badhaaye ae
thokar naseeb ki jo o o
khaa kar bhi muskuraaye

ik roz badh ke manzil
ik roz badh ke manzil
usko galey lagaaye ae
thokar naseeb ki jo o o
khaa kar bhi muskuraaye
thokar naseeb ki jo o o
khaa kar bhi muskuraaye


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“Gauri Pooja”(1956) was produced by Chandrakant Desai and directed by Vinod Desai for Desai and Company, Bombay. The movie had Nirup Roy, Abhi Bhattacharya, Kumkum, Yashdhara Katju, Sundar, Shrawan Kumar, Kanta Kumari, Sarita, Umakant, Pravin Paul, Mumtaz, Hira Sawant, Neerja, Uma Dutt, Ram Shashtri, etc with guest appearances by Sulochana, Sapru, Bipin Gupta and Lalita Pawar.

This mythological movie had eight songs in it. The movie as well as its songs have become obscure with time.

Here is the first song from “Gauri Pooja”(1956) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Manna Dey. Gopal Singh Nepali is the lyricist. Music is composed by Manna Dey.

This song is available only in its audio form. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of this song.

With this rare song, “Gauri Pooja”(1956) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Shaadi rachaaye chaley jodi miley na miley (Gauri Pooja)(1956) Singer-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Gopal Singh Nepali, MD-Manna Dey

Lyrics

jodi miley na miley
jodi miley na miley
shaadi rachaaye chaley
jodi miley na miley
shaadi rachaaye chaley
chaaar kahaar mil ke
doli uthaaye chaley
shaadi rachaaye chaley
jodi miley na miley

baabul ki laaj bachi
baabul ki laaj bachi
kar di bidaai
kar di bidaai
beti bhagwaan ne di
beti bhagwaan ne di
ho gayi paraai
ho gayi paraai
ujdi auron ki duniya aa aa
ujdi auron ki duniya
apni basaaye chaley
ujdi auron ki duniya
apni basaaye chaley
chaaar kahaar mil ke
doli uthaaye chaley
shaadi rachaaye chaley
jodi miley na miley

chhupa ke bitiya raani
chhupa ke bitiya raani
mukh doosron se
mukh doosron se
roti sasuraal chali
roti sasuraal chali
raam ke bharose
raam ke bharose
sir pe sindoor laga aa aa
sir pe sindoor laga
aansoo bahaaye chaley
sir pe sindoor laga
aansoo bahaaye chaley
chaaar kahaar mil ke
doli uthaaye chaley
shaadi rachaaye chaley
jodi miley na miley


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

I did not have much idea about the film ‘Mehmaan’ (1953) except its star cast. But I have been mesmerised by its 8 melodious songs, two of which have so far been covered in the Blog. The film was directed by Ramanand Sagar, his first film as a director. The star cast included Premnath, Nimmi, Sajjan, Purnima, Radhakishan, Bikram Kapoor, Harish, Mumtaz Begum etc. With Nimmi in the lead role, one would expect a lot of melodrama, sufferings, unexpected twists in the love story etc.
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“Chhoti Chhoti Baaten” (1965) was directed by Motilal for Rajvanshi Productions, Bombay. The movie had Motilal, Nadira, Moti Sagar, Manju, Kumar, Krishan Dhawan, Leela Misra, Sangeeta, Mridula, Mubarak etc in it.
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It is believed that one needs to train hard and later work hard to become anything in life. But in India, people try to avoid hard work and want to succeed overnight. People trying to use “approach” to please higher ups-be they top officials or gods, instead of working to qualify for the job, is common.
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“Mera Geet”(1946), a social movie, was a production of Jayshakti Pictures, Bombay. Names of its producer and director are not known. This movie had Naseem Junior, Susheel Kumar, Leela Pawar, Vikram Kapoor, Mehndi Raja, Bholaram, Kashinath, Chiman Seth, Baby Tara, Shalini, Nalini, Heera Date, Chandrika, Om Prakash Sharma, Mukri, Aathwale etc in it.
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“Naya Zamaana”(1971) was produced and directed by Pramod Chakraborty. The movie had Dharmendra, Hema Malini, Pran,Indrani Mukherjee, Ashok kumar, Manmohan, Shabnam, Mehmood, Dhumal, Jankidas, Lalita Pawar, Aruna Irani, Raj Mehra, V.Gopal, Roopali, Guddi, Keshav Rana, Brahma Bhardwaj, Kanu Roy, Master Alankar, Master Rippal, Randhir, Vidya, Fehmida Qureshi, Sheela, Shabana, Mona, Sabina, Daya Devi, Kusum DeshPande, Lalita Karekar, Madhup Sharma, Prem Sagar, Bishen Khanna, Jagdish Bhalla, Khurshid Khan, P.D.Lal, Nadir, Hafeez, Robert, Kirti Kumar, Sunil Kumar, Taj Azhar, Avtar Singh, Bihari, Moolchand, Nazir Kashmiri, Ratan Gaurang, Narbada Shankar, Darshan, Ramlal, Mohammed Ali, Paresh Nanda, Rajen Kapoor etc in it.
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This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Today’s song is from the film Savera-58. It is sung by Manna Dey and chorus. The Lyricist was Shailendra and the composer was Sailesh Mukherjee. This song was quite popular during its time and I was surprised to see that this was not yet posted on the Blog.
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This blog discusses Bollywood songs of yesteryears. Every song has a brief description, followed by a video link, and complete lyrics of the song.

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