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Archive for the ‘Manna Dey solo’ Category


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Blog Day : 3549 Post No. : 14241

“Sangat” (1975) was directed by Basu Bhattacharya for Constellation Pictures production, Bombay. The movie had Rakesh Pandey, Kajree, Satyen Kappu, Dina Pathak, Dulari, Omprakash etc.

This movie had four songs in it. Three songs from this movie has been discussed in the past. Here are the details of these songs:-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Kaanhaa bole naa 3512 7-Feb-11
Balma mora aanchraa 6519 26-Aug-12
Dekhte dekhte ek dhuaan chha gaya 14237 5-Apr-18

Here is the fourth and final song from the movie. This song is sung by.Manna Dey. Jaan Nisaar Akhtar is the lyricist. Music is composed by Salil Chaudhary.

The song shown the actor (the video is not clear but I guess it is Rakesh Pandey) going through various places playing his baaja. The song appears a half hearted and hasty attempt of the part of the creators. It lacks the usual enthusiasm that one finds behind the creation of most popular songs. Little wonder then that the song failed to get popular.

With this song, “Sangat”(1975) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Chal bhai chal (Sangat)(1975) Singer-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Jaan Nisaar Akhtar, MD-Salil Chaudhary

Lyrics

hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm
chal bhai chal
dekhe chal
do aankhen do paanv chale
saath mein dhoop aur chhaanv chale
do aankhen do paanv chale
saath mein dhoop aur chhaanv chale
chal bhai chal
dekhe chal

oonche neeche
raste saare
ghanta baaje
mandir dwaare
oonche niche raste saare
ghanta baaje mandir dwaare
udte jaayen pankh pakheru
ugata suraj gaati chakki
chalta kolhu u u
chal bhai chal
chai bhai chal
dekhe chal

ra ra ra ra ra ra ra
lalalalalalala
lalalalala
sookhi tahni
revad haanke
buddha baitha khaini faanke
sookhi tahni
revad haanke
buddha baitha khaini faanke
panghat upar baaje paayal
chhup chhup dekhe boodha bargad
joona peepal
chal bhai chal
chal bhai chal
dekhe chal

are nadiya ka tal bole
lahren badlen chole
chaandi jaisi rekha
poochhe mujhko dekha
pooochhe mujhko dekha
arre bachche phenke kankar
te paani khaaye chakkar
tat par baithhi naari
dhoye neeli saari
dhoye nwwli saari
koi maanje bartan
khan khan bole kangan
khan khan
khan khan
khan khan bole kangan
hey
chal bhai chal
chal bhai chal
dekhe chal

ra ra ra ra ra
laa lalalala
lalalalalalalala

dhoop mein chamke tez kulhaadi
koi khenche bojhal gaadi
dhoop mein chamke tez kulhaadi
koi khenche bojhal gaadi
peeli pagadi moth chalaaye
kadiyal baaju lakdi cheere
aara gaye ae
chal bhai chal
chal bhai chal
dekhe chal

galiyon galiyon sooraj chhanta
engine chalta rasta banta
galiyon galiyon sooraj chhanta
engine chalta rasta banata
gaanv sunhara sapna lagta
chalte chalte sab kuchch mujhko
apna lagtaa aa
apna lagta
apna lagta
chal bhai chal
dekhe chal
do aankhen do paanv chale
saath mein dhoop aur chhanv chale
chal bhai chal
dekhe chal

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Blog Day : 3549 Post No. : 14240

“Mr X”(1957) was produced by G P Sippy and directed by Nanabhai Bhatt for Sippy Films Limited, Bombay. This “crime” movie had Ashok Kumar, Nalini Jaiwant, Johny Walker, Pran, Nishi, Hari Shivdasani, Rajan Kapoor, Leela Mishra, Ameerbai, Sheila Vaz, Helen etc in it.

The movie had seven songs in it. Five of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the sixth song from “Mr X”(1957) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Manna Dey. Bharat Vyas is the lyricist. Music is composed by N Datta.

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


Song-Ruk jaa ruk jaa baawre…Chhup chhup kar kya karta bande (Mr X)(1957) Singer-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-N Datta

Lyrics

ruk jaa aa
ruk jaa aa baawre

o o o
bhole insaan
patte patte mein prabhu u u u
kan kan mein aen bhagwaan

chhup chhup kar kya karta bande
chhup chhup kar kya karta bande
tu hai bhola bhaala re
laakh aankh se dekh raha hai
tujhe dekhne waala re
chhup chhup kar kya karta bande

uski aankhen phool ban ke ae
muskaati hai bahaaron mein
uski nazren chamak rahi hain aen
aasmaan ke taaron mein
jaisa karega waisa bharega
koi na bachne waala re
chhup chhup kar kya karta bande
tu hai bhola bhaala re
laakh aankh se dekh raha hai
tujhe dekhne waala re
chhup chhup kar kya karta bande

uski baani
o agyaani
goonj rahi hawaaon mein
uski dori
bandhi hui hai ae
dekh tere paaon mein
bhaag raha kyun
jaag raha wo
maalik tera niraala re
chhup chhup kar kya karta bande
tu hai bhola bhaala re
laakh aankh se dekh raha hai
tujhe dekhne waala re
chhup chhup kar kya karta bande


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Blog Day : 3548 Post No. : 14237

“Sangat” (1975) was directed by Basu Bhattacharya for Constellation Pictures production, Bombay. The movie had Rakesh Pandey, Kajree, Satyen Kappu, Dina Pathak, Dulari, Omprakash etc.

This movie had four songs in it. Two songs from this movie has been discussed in the past.

Here is the third song from the movie. This song is sung by. Jaan Nisaar Akhtar is the lyricist. Music is composed by Salil Chaudhary.

Only the audio of this song is available, and so it is difficult to tell how and on whom this song is picturised. I guess that the song is picturised on Rakesh Pandey. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Dekhte dekhte ek dhuaan chha gaya (Sangat)(1975) Singer-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Jaan Nisaar Akhtar, MD-Salil Chaudhary

Lyrics

dekhte dekhte ek dhuaan chha gaya
ye zameen kho gayi
aasmaan kho gaya
jaane kya ho gaya
dekhte dekhte ek dhuaan chha gaya
ye zameen kho gayi
aasmaan kho gaya
jaane kya ho gaya
dekhte dekhte

ek kya sab nazaare pighalne lage
jaagte khwaab aankhon mein jalne lage ae
koi saanson mein
koi saanson mein
ek dard sa bo gaya
jaane kya ho gaya
dekhte dekhte

koi bahti nadi rooh mein thham gayi
barf banke labon par sada jam gayi ee
geet jaaga magar
geet jaaga magar
jaag kar so gaya aa
jaane kya ho gaya


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Blog Day : 3543 Post No. : 14223

“Anjaane Mehmaan”(1975) was directed by Gyanesh Mukherji for Golap Pictures, Calcutta. This “social” movie had Sumita Sanyal, Samit Bhanj, Sukhen Das, Ajitsh, Gyanesh Mukherji, Sateendra Bhattacharya, Ajay, Premanshu, Ravi Ghosh, Sabitabrat Dutt, Subrata Chatterji, Padma Devi, Menaka Devi, Geeta Dey, Neelima Chakraborty, Dipika Roy, Amiya, Mrinal, Shankar, Jeewan Apoorva, Master Parth etc with guest appearance by Dilip Roy.

This movie, which was too obscure to get noticed even during its time, had four obscure songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Anjaane Mehmaan”(1975) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Manna Dey. Yogeshwar Kuseshwar is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ajay Das.

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

With this song, the movie, the lyricist and the music director make their debuts in the blog.


Song-Duniya ek mela hai (Anjaane Mehmaan)(1975) Singer-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Yogesh Kusheshwar, Ajay Das

Lyrics

duniya aa ek mela hai
duniya aa ek mela hai
is mele mein ghoom rahe hain
log badal ke chehre
sabke man mein chor chhupa hai
sab hai aaj lootere
ae yaar mere ek tu hi nahin
badnaam akela hai
duniya aa ek mela hai

sahma sahma kyun hai dukh ke bojh se
jeevan wo hai kat jaaye jo mauj se
sahma sahma kyun hai dukh ke bojh se
jeevan wo hai kat jaaye jo mauj se ae
bujh gaye gar diye
tu jala le naye
jhoom ke
o duniya aa ek mela hai

kitna bhatka kaanton ke tu gaaon mein
baithha pal bhar tu na sukh ki chhanv mein
kitna bhatka kaanton ke tu gaaon mein
baitha pal bhar tu na sukh ki chhaanv mein
chal rahi hai dagar
dekhta hai kidhar ghoom ke ae
duniya aa ek mela hai


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Blog Day : 3538 Post No. : 14209

I have mentioned in the past that the lead actors of Hindi movies did not seem to work for a living. They would only sing songs. Even in movies where lead actors were shown as workers of some sort, they were only shown pursuing activities that would lead to song opportunities. We even have war movies and spy movies that have become memorable not for war scenes or spying scenes but for their songs.

I have noticed that working, and especially working in “menial jobs” was regarded as stuff for small time actors. Working is “menial jobs” was often depicted as comedy.

Mehmood, a leading comedian of his era, was an actor who often seemed to me to be the only person in the movie to be actually working while most other actors were not. He would be a butler in “Gumnaam”(1965), kabaadiwaala in “Neelkamal”(1968), rickshaw waala in “Chhoti Bahan”(1959), music teacher in “Padosan” (1968), Bus Conductor in “Bombay To Goa” (1972), to name just some of his movies.

Even when he indulged in the main pastime of Hindi actors, viz falling in love, he seemed to be his feet firmly planted in ground, unlike heroes who lived in fantasy world.

Take this song from “Suhaagraat”(1968) for instance. This song takes a real hard look at the life of a married life. While most married people think of saali, Mehmood tells us that it is the lady’s brother, rather than the sister, that one should be wary of. Most legendary lovers (like Raanjha, Romeo etc )have suffered at the hands of the brothers of their lovers, he informs us.

Here is the nice song from “Suhaagraat”(1968). It is sung by Manna Dey. Indeewar is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji.

The song is picturised as a light hearted song on Mehmood.

This song is the sixth and final song from “Suhaagraat”(1968) to appear in the blog. Details of the five songs that have already been covered in the past are given below:-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Ganga mayya mein jabtak ke paani rahe 803 25-Feb-09
Main qayaamat hoon 2767 11-Aug-10
Arre o re dharti ki tarah har dukh sah le 3685 23-Mar-11
Khush raho har khushi hai tumhaare liye 5542 27-Feb-12
Mohe laagi re julmi umariya 14197 23-Mar-18

With this sixth and final song, “Suhaagraat”(1968) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Mere dil se dil ko jod do (Suhaagraat)(1968) Singer-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

o mere dil se dil ko jod do
mere dil se dil ko jod do
ya to jaan meri jaan ab chhod do
aslaam vaalekum
salaam vaalekum
aslaam vaalekum
aslaam vaalekum
mere dil se dil ko jod do
ya to jaan meri jaan ab chhod do
aslam valekum
vaalekum salam
aslaam vaalekum
salaam vaalekum

aaj ye maine jaan liya hai
majnu van mein kyun rota tha
aaj ye maine jaan liya hai
majnu van mein kyun rota tha
mar gaya mahiwaal kaise
raanjhe ko gham kyun hota tha
unke saalon ne unko maar diya
dil ke kaalon ne unko maar diya re
dil ke kaalon ne unko maar diya
tum mujhko to zinda chhod do
mere dil se dil ko jod do
mere dil se dil ko jod do
ya to jaan meri jaan ab chhod do
aslaam vaalekum
vaalekum salaam
aslaam vaalekum
vaalekum salaam

dil se dil jo mil jaayega
kaho tumhaara kya jaayega
kya jaayega potton
kya jaayega
biwi andar shauhar baahar
rustam bhi ho mar jaayega
potto rustam bhi ho mar jaayega
are logon
ye haalat dekh lo
ho jo saale to shaadi mat karo re
ho jo shale to shaadi mat karo
aur kar li to
to
to
to kar li to duniya chhod do
mere dil se dil ko jod do
mere dil se dil ko jod do
ya to jaan meri jaan ab chhod do
aslam vaalekum
salam vaalekum
aslam vaalekum
vaalekum salaam
aslaam valekum
vaalekum salaam


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Blog Day : 3517 Post No. : 14127

“Kaaghaz Ki Naao” (1975) was produced and directed by BR Ishara for BRI Arts, Bombay. The movie had Sarika and Raj Kiran (making their debuts as lead actors in grown up roles). The movie also had Pradeep Kumar, Aruna Irani, Helen, IS Johar, Paaro, Johnny Whisky, Dileep Dutt, Shyam Dubey, Amal Sen, Hamid, Asha Sharma, Rajni Verma, Hardeep, Maniyar, Arbind Dasgupta, Manhar Desai, Asit Sen, Manmohan Krishan, Reena Ghosh, Master Mitthoo etc. in it.

There were four songs in the movie. Two of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Kaaghaz Ki Naao” (1975) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Manna Dey. Naqsh Llayalpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Sapan Jaagmohan.

Only the audio seems to be available as of now. From the sounds of it, this song is bidaai song, and if my guess is correct, it must be a song playing in the background as the bride is given her send off from her baabul.

I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Aaj sakhi main baabul ka ghar chhod chali (Kaaghaz Ki Naao)(1975) Singer-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Naqsh Llayalpuri, MD-Sapan Jagmohan

Lyrics

aaj sakhi ee
main baabul ka ghar chhod chali
aaj sakhi ee
main baabul ka ghar chhod chali
pi ki lagan mein
saare naate
saare bandhan tod chali
aaj sakhi ee
main baabul ka ghar chhod chali

bachpan beeta jahaan rang raliyon mein
aaj paraayi hoon main un galiyon mein
na main ladi na poora bol hi boli
kaahe sajaayi mori baabul doli
aaj sakhi ee
main baabul ka ghar chhod chali

dukh ye judaai ka tu hans hans ke sahna
ye hi to hai is nagri ki reet ri bahna
ro ke vida hote hain
hote hain jo bhi
jinko vida karna hai
rote hain wo bhi
aaj sakhi ee
main baabul ka ghar chhod chali


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Blog Day : 3512 Post No. : 14109

“Intezar” (1973) was produced by Mohan Sehgal and direced by Mohan Singh Kavia for De Luxe Films, Bombay. The movie had Rinku Jaiswal, Baldev Khosa, Padmini Kapila, Vishal, I S Johar, Mohan Choti, Lata Arora, Chandrima Bhaduri, Manhar Desai, Bhushan Tiwari, Kamlakar Date, Bhanumati, Kamal deep, Leela Mishra, Rakesh Pandey (special appearance), Master Rafiq, Baby Reshma, Baby Mumtaz, Narmada Shankar, Radheshyam etc in it.

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

Here are the details of the four songs that have been covered in the past.

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Chanda ki kirnon se lipti hawaayen 4143 6-Jul-11
Kaahe ko mora bichhua baaje re 11477 17-Oct-15
Idhar intezaar udhar intezaar 12399 24-Sep-16
Mora laage naahin chit 14104 27-Feb-18

Here is the fifth and final song from “Intezaar” (1973) to appear in the blog. This song is arguably the most well known song from the movie. I was aware of this song during its day even though I was not aware about the details of the song vis a vis the movie the song was from.

I was only aware of a few lines from the song. Today, more than 45 years after I firdt heard this song, I actually became aware of the full lyrics of the song while noting them down. The song is supposed to be a light hearted song and a satire of babas. But the lyrics of the song are not as trivial as they are supposed to be. The lyrics, to my mind are quite philosophical. In addition, the light hearted lyrics of the song actually convey messages that I feel are true. The conventional logic is that one should live a life of self denial to secure “moksh”. The message of the lyrics is just the reverse. The song and the picturisation is supposed to be light hearted and not to be taken seriously, but I find myself fully agreeing to the contents of the song. It is perhaps something that the lyricist never intended to, when he penned this song all those years ago. 🙂

The song is sung by Manna Dey and it is lip synced by I S Johar who plays a baba. He preaches indulgence, instead of self denial, and naturally he has a big following compared to those babas who preach boring stuff like leading disciplined spartan lifestyle far from distractions of modern life.

Verma Malik is the lyricist and he inadvertently has penned a great philosophical song with quite a bit of truth in it.

Chitragupta is the music director.

With this song, “Intezaar” (1973) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Man ko pinjre mein na daalo (Intezaar)(1973) Singer-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Verma Malik, MD-Chitragupta

Lyrics

hmm
hmm hmm hmm
man ko pinjre mein na daalo
man ka kahna mat taalo
man ko pinjre mein na daalo
man ka kahna mat taalo
arre man to hai ek udta panchchi
jitna ude udaa lo
man ko
man ko pinjre mein na daalo
man ka kahna mat taalo

kehte hain ki pyaar na kar
arre pyaar aur na karo

man jo kahe ke pyaar karo
ek baar nahin sau baar karo
kyun
ye pyaar diya usne nibhaane ke liye
aji pyaar diya usne nibhaane ke liye
roop diya sirf dikhaane ke liye
aankhen banaayi hain ladaane ke liye to
dil diya usne milaane ke liye
are pyaar ek punya hai pyaar hai jaap
nahin hota to bhi karo apne aap
pyaar koi paap nahin pyaar hai milaap
pyaar bina jeewan hai total flop
punya paap ke chakkar mein koi
pad ke sake na bach
kyun re chele jhooth kaha
nahin guru ji
sach
thank you very much
man ko pinjre mein na daalo
man ka kahna mat taalo
man ko pinjre mein na daalo

to kehte hain ki madira na piyo
arre bhai kyun
kyun na piyo
man kahe gar wishky piyo
phir jiski mile tum uski piyo
arre peene ki cheez hai ye karo mat gham
bhai peene ki cheez hai ye karo mat gham
kabhi nahin sochna ke tharra ya rum
itni piyo ke ukhad jaaye dum
baatli mile to poori baatli khatam
arre jab whisky se man bhar jaayega
bhar jaayega to tauba kar jaayega
man pe jo koi kaabu kar jaayega
bhavsaagar se wo tar jaayega
moti akal waale na samjhen
meri baat baareek hai
kyun chele jee
ghalat kahaan
nahin guru jee
thheek hai
hmm
man ko pinjre mein na daalo
man ka kahna mat taalo
man ko pinjre mein na daalo

aur kehte hain
man ko baandh ke rakho
arre bhaai kyun bhaai
kyun baandh ke rakkho

dheeli chhod do man ki lagaam
amar ho jaaye jag mein naam
kaise
jiske man ne kiya fly hai
bhaai
jiske man ne kiya fly hai
usne dekho mukti paayi hai
jaise raadha meera bai hai
donon ko hi mila krishn kanhaai hai
par jis jis ka man atak gaya
wo raahon mein bhatak gaya
agar zara ye khatak gaya
to samjho praani latak gaya
ye to hai ek udan kabootar
iska udna fact hai
kyun jee foreigner
wrong hai
no sir correct hai
very good
man ko pinjre mein na daalo
man ka kahna mat taalo
arre man to hai ek udta panchchi
jitna ude udaa lo
man ko
man ko pinjre mein na daalo
man ka kahna mat taalo


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Blog Day : 3505 Post No. : 14085

‘Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi’ (1971) is different from the serial ‘Kyun Ki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi’ which came a long time after the movie. The movie was an all-round entertainer. We would not get anything less in a movie where Om Prakash heads the cast and the hero (Sanjay Khan in this case) plays a second fiddle to Om Prakash and Jagdeep. Plus, when the mirch-masalas Lalita Pawar and Shashikala spice up the whole setup, it is but natural that the lead cast (Sanjay Khan and Leena Chandavarkar) become secondary – their presence being needed for the romantic interludes.

I must confess I was unaware of this movie till a few years back – till 2014 to be exact. I chanced upon it on one of the umpteen satellite channels. The title made me sit through what turned out to be an enjoyable family- entertainer (as they used to be called back then) which didn’t make you start crying halfway through. A family-entertainer essentially was one which one could see with the entire family and the viewer will be preached about how to maintain family relationships and a few ladies in the audience will be seen crying into their hankies. This movie was not like that.

So, coming to today’s song we have Om Prakash playing a Sadhu Baba and Sanjay and Jagdeep are his chelaas (I think it means students) with Sunder playing an assistant. In the movie Sanjay is Om Prakash’s son, Sunder – his servant and Jagdeep is Sanjay’s saala (brother-in-law). The song has Shashikala and Lalitha Pawar as ladies who have come with queries to the “antaryaami baba”. Through the song we get a gist of the movie. The song is in the voice of Manna Dey written by Rajendra Krishan, with music composed by RD Burman.

One song from this movie was discussed in 2016 by our Avinashji. On the occasion of Om Prakash’s passing away anniversary today; we shall see him the way he was largely-loved by the public. It is 20 years since he passed away.

In those days we used to live in Chembur, Bombay (not yet Mumbai then) and both Om Prakash and Ashok Kumar lived not very far from where we were. Those were the days when it was still cable TV and not satellite TV. And what did the cable operator providing service to our apartment do, he just stopped service for the day and put up a notice on black card— to enable the public in the area to attend the funeral of our beloved “jija ji” (as Om Prakash’s character was in “’Chupke Chupke”) we are suspending our service for a day. That was how much he was loved.

We can remember so many of his memorable characters – starting from ‘Guddi’ (1971) (that is where I noticed him first) to all his characters in Hrishikesh Mukherjee movies, to ‘Ghar Ho To Aisa’ (1990) (that is the last time I saw him in a movie). Of course, his career spanned 42 years and starting from movies made in Lahore in 1942 to “Ghar Ki Izzat” in 1994 he was a co star to every actor – big or small- and gave his best no matter the size of the role as in ‘Purab Aur Paschim’ (1970).

Thinking of Jija ji today on his anniversary

Song – Suno Re Saadho Ye Sansaaram Ultam Paltam Ho Gaya (Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi) (1970) Singer – Manna Dey, Lyrics – Rajendra Krishan, MD – RD Burman
Chorus

Lyrics

baaba-leeka

hey..ey
suno re saadho ye sansaaram
ultam paltam ho gaya
kahaan ki bhakti
pooja paatham
thokam thaakam ho gaya
bam bam leharey bam bam
bam bam leharey bam bam
suno re saadho ye sansaaram
ultam paltam ho gaya
kahaan ki bhakti
pooja paatham
thokam thaakam ho gaya
bam bam leharey bam bam
bam bam leharey bam bam

dekho re dekho
dekho re saadho
kalyug ki naari ka namoona
apni hi santaan ko is ne
kas ke lagaaya kaisa choona
apni bahu ko bete se apne
sau gaj door sulaya
prabhu kripa se
phir bhi is ne
chaand sa pota paaya
bolo
bam bam leharey bam bam
phir se
bam bam leharey bam bam

dhanya hai saadho
ye devi bhi
chidiya jaisi bholi bhali
rang birange pankh hai iske
chonch magar hai kaali kaali
apni boodhi saas ko is ne
ghar se maar bhagaaya
jab ye saas bani to is ko
bahu ne mazaa chakhaya
ho bolo
bam bam leharey bam bam
phir se
bam bam leharey bam bam

hey..ey
suno re saadho ye sansaaram
ultam paltam ho gaya
kahaan ki bhakti
pooja paatham
thokam thaakam ho gaya
ho bolo
bam bam leharey bam bam
bolo
bam bam leharey bam bam

bam bam bam
babam bam babam
bam bam bam
babam bam babam
bam bam bam
babam bam babam
bam bam bam
babam bam babam
bam bam bam
babam bam babam

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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बाबा-लीका

हे॰॰ए
सुनो रे साधो ये संसारम्
उल्टम पल्टम हो गया
कहाँ की भक्ति
पूजा पाठम
ठोकम ठाकम हो गया
बम बम लहरे बम बम
बम बम लहरे बम बम
सुनो रे साधो ये संसारम्
उल्टम पल्टम हो गया
कहाँ की भक्ति
पूजा पाठम
ठोकम ठाकम हो गया
बम बम लहरे बम बम
बम बम लहरे बम बम

देखो रे देखो
देखो रे साधो
कलयुग की नारी का नमूना
अपनी ही संतान को इसने
कस के लगाया कैसा चूना
अपनी बहू को बेटे से अपने
सौ गज दूर सुलाया
प्रभु कृपा से
फिर भी इसने
चाँद सा पोता पाया
बोलो
बम बम लहरे बम बम
फिर से
बम बम लहरे बम बम

धन्य है साधो
ये देवी भी
चिड़िया जैसी भोली भाली
रंग बिरंगे पंख हैं इसके
चोंच मगर है काली काली
अपनी बूढ़ी सास को इसने
घर से मार भगाया
जब ये सास बनी तो इसको
बहू ने मज़ा चखाया
हो बोलो
बम बम लहरे बम बम
फिर से
बम बम लहरे बम बम

हे॰॰ए
सुनो रे साधो ये संसारम्
उल्टम पल्टम हो गया
कहाँ की भक्ति
पूजा पाठम
ठोकम ठाकम हो गया
हो बोलो
बम बम लहरे बम बम
बोलो
बम बम लहरे बम बम

बम बम बम
बबम बम बबम
बम बम बम
बबम बम बबम
बम बम बम
बबम बम बबम
बम बम बम
बबम बम बबम
बम बम बम
बबम बम बबम


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Blog Day : 3505 Post No. : 14083

“Mela”(1971) was produced by A A Nadiadwala and directed by Prakash Mehra for A G Films Private Limited Bombay. The movie had Feroz Khan,Mumtaz,Sanjay Khan aka Sanjay,Rajender Nath, Randhir,Lalita Pawar,Master Sachin, Master Ratan, Ram Mohan, Nikita, Mumtaz Begum, Dulari, Kanan Kaushal(Guest Artiste),Brahm Bhardwaj,Raj Kishore, Bhushan Tiwari, Yunus Parvez,Baby Guddy,Bhalla,Mirza Musharraf,Uma Khosla,Ekram Kashmiri, Maqabool,Hari Shukla, Sushil Kumar, Munshi Munaqqa,Sadique etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Four of them have been covered in the past.

Here is the fifth song from “Mela”(1971) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Manna Dey and chorus. The song is picturised on Master Ratan, Master Sachin, Baby Guddy, Lalita Pawar, Randhir and Sanjay Khan. It is the theme song that plays in the background in the movie while the picturisation shows one brother (played by Master Ratan) being brought up with care while other brother (played by Sachin) finds himself illtreated at the hands of Randhir.

Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

Audio (Full)

Video

Song-Dekho re hua Lahoo se Lahoo kaise judaa (Mela)(1971) Singer-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics (audio version) (Provided by Prakashchandra)

dekho rey huaa aa
lahoo se lahoo kaisey judaa
dekho rey huaa aa
lahoo se lahoo kaisey judaa
donon tukde
ek hi dil ke
bichchde aisey
ke nahin milte ae
dekho rey huaa aa
lahoo se lahoo kaisey judaa

phool khile do
saath magar haaye
aisey bhi maali
aankh na meenche
phool khile do
saath magar haaye
aisey bhi maali
aankh na meenche ae
ek to mehke
lag ke galey se
ek padaa kahin
paaon ke neeche
khel hai qismat kaa aa aa aa
dekho rey huaa
lahoo se lahoo kaisey judaa
donon tukde
ek hi dil ke ae
bichchde aisey
ke nahin milte ae
dekho rey huaa aa aa
lahoo se lahoo kaisey judaa

kaisaa ujaalaa
hai ye na jaaney
haath ko haath
nahin pehchaaney ae
kaisaa ujaalaa
hai ye na jaaney
haath ko haath
nahin pehchaaney
achraj hai kitnaa…aaa…aaa…aaa
dekho rey huaa aa
lahoo se lahoo kaisey judaa

aaaa…aaaa….aaaaa
aaa….aaaa….aaaa
aaaa….aaaa….aaaaa
aaaa……aaaaaa…..aaaaa
aaaa….aaaa….aaaaa
aaaa….aaaa….aaaaa

kaissa milan hai
aaj ek bhai
bhai ko yoon seene se lagaaye ae
jaise ke apne
haathon mein koyee
ho apni hi
laash uthhaaye ae
jaley saanson mein chitaa…aaa…..aaaa…aaa…aaa
khel hai qismat kaa aaa
aaaa…aaaa….aaaaa
aaa….aaaa….aaaa
aaaa….aaaa….aaaaa
aaaa……aaaaaa…..aaaaa
aaaa….aaaa….aaaaa
aaaa….aaaa….aaaaa
aaaa….aaaa….aaaaa

dekho rey huaa aa aa
lahoo se lahoo kaisey judaa aa


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

Blog Day : 3496 Post No. : 14052

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 62 # Remembering Pran Saab on his birth anniversary
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While watching our Hindi movies we carry some preconceived images of an actor/actors or actress/actresses based on roles they play in movies. It is quite common for an actor or actresses in Indian movies to get typedcast as an actor suitable only for ‘good’/‘positive’ or ‘bad’/‘negative’roles. So when we watch a movie, we expect an actor to play the same kind of stereotyped role that we have seen him play in the past. To come out of this stereotype successfully is a challenge and very few actors in Hindi film industry have been successful in shaking off their earlier image and being just as successful in their new roles.

Every moviegoer or movie buff has his own likes and dislikes for certain film personalities based on the roles they play on screen. Normally this feeling remains unaltered throughout.

Is it possible for us to “hate” an actor heartily for decades and then warming up to him subsequently and starting to “love” him with the same intensity ?

Yes, it is possible. There was this actor who was disliked and dreaded so much that no parents gave their sons his name for decades ! But when he started doing ‘good’ and ‘positive’ roles on screen we started to cheer for him, we began to dance when he breaks into a ‘song’, and ‘dance’, we ‘shed tears’ when he sacrificed his life doing ‘good’ on screen.

I am talking about Pran Saab, of course.

We can feel the images of ‘characters’ he played, in around ourselves, in our society or rather he transformed those ‘real life’ looking images into ‘reel life’ with superb improvisations through his style and mannerisms.

I have my set of memories associated with the movies he acted in and I am sure many others may also be having so.

And having said all the above I don’t really think that I have to go and mention here all those movies and the ‘roles’ I liked, because it cannot be covered in one article and the space (normally we give to one write up) here.

Pran Kishan Sikand born on 12th February 1920 (12.02.1920 – 12.07.2013) and today we remember him on his anniversary of birth.

He may not be present in his ‘flesh and blood’ around us but he is there ‘immortal’ in his ‘works’, sincere, dedicated, disciplined in his ‘acts’, ‘humble and generous’ in his living and still bent down on his knees and thanking his fans and crediting them all for his ‘success’ and moving us all in tears with his words ‘I bow before you all.’

Pran Saab we love you so much and thank you for all that you have given us!!!

***

The idea of this post came to my mind almost two years back when I broke into humming this song that is being presented today. I thought this song perfectly fits for this post of mine which is being presented today.

The lyrics in ‘Devnagri script’ are provided by my daughter Ashwini which I requested her then, however the post got delayed and hope it will be in time there with our editors at least now.

The other reason that I want to do a post on Pran Saab is the nostalgia and so many memories of his movies which always cherished and particularly of those years, the most happening years of Hindi Cinema – that is the ‘decade of seventies- 1971-1980’.
Of course, he had already been there in movies much before of the Seventies. But still, Seventies is an important decade for him too)

***

And taking it from the dialogue of the movie ‘Anand’ – ‘Anand maraa nahin Anand martein nahin’ I can put –

“Pran martein nahin – Pran amar hain”

Part I

Part II

Song-Kya maar sakegi maut usey auron ke liye jo jeeta hai (Sanyaasi)(1975) Singer-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Shankar Jaikishan
Chorus

Lyrics

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Part-I
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Kya maar sakegi maut usey
Auron ke liye jo jeeta hai
Milta hai jahaan ka aa pyaar usey
Auron ke jo aansoo peeta hai
Kya maar sakegi maut usey
auron ke liye jo jeeta hai
Milta hai jahaan ka pyaar usey
auron ke jo aansoo peeta hai
Kya maar sakegi maut usey

Baalaapan vidya ke liye hai
Bhog ke liye jawaani hai
Baalaapan vidya ke liye hai
Bhog ke liye jawaani hai
Jog ke liye budhaapa hai
Ye jag ki reet puraani hai
Hai karm-yog hi yog badaa
Yahi sachchaayi yahi geeta hai
Milta hai jahaan ka pyaar usey
Auron ke jo aansoo peeta hai
Kya maar sakegi maut usey
auron ke liye jo jeeta hai
Milta hai jahaan ka pyaar usey
auron ke jo aansoo peeta hai
Kya maar sakegi maut usey

Hona hota hai jinko amar
Wo log to martey hi aaye
Hona hota hai jinko amar
Wo log to martey hi aaye
Auron ke liye jeewan apna
Balidaan wo karte hi aaye
Dharti ko diye jisne baadal
wo saagar kabhi na reeta hai
Milta hai jahaan ka pyaar usey
auron ke jo aansoo peeta hai
Kya maar sakegi maut usey

Jisne vish piya banaa Shankar
Jisne vish piya bani Meera
Jisne vish piya banaa Shankar
Jisne vish piya bani Meera
Jo chhedaa gaya bana moti
Jo kaata gaya bana heera
Wo nar hai to hai Raam
Wo naari hai to Seeta hai
Milta hai jahaan ka pyaar usey
auron ke jo aansoo peeta hai
Kya maar sakegi maut usey
auron ke liye jo jeeta hai
Milta hai jahaan ka pyaar usey
auron ke jo aansoo peeta hai
Kya maar sakegi maut usey

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(Part-II)
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Hona hota hai jinko amar
Wo log to martey hi aaye ae
Hona hota hai jinko amar
Wo log to martey hi aaye
Auron ke liye jeewan apna
Balidaan wo karte hi aaye
Dharti ko diye jisne baadal
Aa aa aa aa aa
Wo saagar kabhi na reeta hai
Aa aa aa aa aa
Milta hai jahaan ka pyaar usey
Aa aa aa aa aa
Auron ke jo aansu peeta hai
Aa aa aa aa aa
Kya maar sakegi maut usey

Aa aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa aa aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa aa aa aa aa aa aa

Jisne vish piya banaa Shankar
Jisne vish piya bani Meera
Jisne vish piya banaa Shankar
Jisne vish piya bani Meera
Jo chhedaa gayaa banaa moti
Jo kaata gaya bana heera
Wo nar hai to hai Ram
Aa aa aa aa aa
Wo naari hai to Seeta hai
Aa aa aa aa aa
Milta hai jahaan ka pyaar usey
Aa aa aa aa aa
Auron ke jo aansu peeta hai
Aa aa aa aa aa
Kya maar sakegi maut usey

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Ashwini Scrapwala)
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———————-
Part-I
———————-
क्या मार सकेगी मौत उसे
औरों के लिए जो जीता है
मिलता है जहाँ का आ प्यार उसे
औरों के जो आंसू पीता है
क्या मार सकेगी मौत उसे औरों के लिए जो जीता है
मिलता है जहाँ का प्यार उसे औरों के जो आंसू पीता है
क्या मार सकेगी मौत उसे

बालापन विद्या के लिए है
भोग के लिए जवानी है
बालापन विद्या के लिए है
भोग के लिए जवानी है
जोग के लिए बुढापा है
ये जग की रीत पुरानी है
है करम-योग ही योग बड़ा
यही सच्चाई यही गीता है
मिलता है जहाँ का आ प्यार उसे
औरों के जो आंसू पीता है
क्या मार सकेगी मौत उसे औरों के लिए जो जीता है
मिलता है जहाँ का प्यार उसे औरों के जो आंसू पीता है
क्या मार सकेगी मौत उसे

होना होता है जिनको अमर
वो लोग तो मरते ही आये
होना होता है जिनको अमर
वो लोग तो मरते ही आये
औरों के लिए जीवन अपना
बलिदान वो करते ही आये
धरती को दिए जिसने बादल वो सागर कभी न रिता है
मिलता है जहाँ का प्यार उसे औरों के जो आंसू पीता है
क्या मार सकेगी मौत उसे

जिसने विष पिया बना शंकर
जिसने विष पिया बनी मीरा
जिसने विष पिया बना शंकर
जिसने विष पिया बनी मीरा
जो छेडा गया बना मोती
जो काटा गया बना हीरा
वो नर है तो है राम
वो नारी है तो सीता है
मिलता है जहाँ का प्यार उसे औरों के जो आंसू पीता है
क्या मार सकेगी मौत उसे औरों के लिए जो जीता है
मिलता है जहाँ का प्यार उसे औरों के जो आंसू पीता है
क्या मार सकेगी मौत उसे

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(Part-II)
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होना होता है जिनको अमर
वो लोग तो मरते ही आये ऐ
होना होता है जिनको अमर
वो लोग तो मरते ही आये
औरों के लिए जीवन अपना
बलिदान वो करते ही आये
धरती को दिए जिसने बादल
आ आ आ आ आ
वो सागर कभी न रिता है
आ आ आ आ आ
मिलता है जहाँ का प्यार उसे
आ आ आ आ आ
औरों के जो आंसू पीता है
आ आ आ आ आ
क्या मार सकेगी मौत उसे
आ आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ आ आ आ आ आ

जिसने विष पिया बना शंकर
जिसने विष पिया बनी मीरा
जिसने विष पिया बना शंकर
जिसने विष पिया बनी मीरा
जो छेडा गया बना मोती
जो काटा गया बना हीरा
वो नर है तो है राम
आ आ आ आ आ
वो नारी है तो सीता है
आ आ आ आ आ
मिलता है जहाँ का प्यार उसे
आ आ आ आ आ
औरों के जो आंसू पीता है
आ आ आ आ आ
क्या मार सकेगी मौत उसे


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