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“Putli”(1950) was produced and directed by Wali Sahab for Punjab Film Corporation, Bombay. The movie had Mumtaz Shanti ,Pran, Yaqoob, Husn Banu, Srinath, Majnu, Prem Dhawan, Ramesh Thakur , Sheela Naik etc in it.

The movie had eleven songs in it. Two songs from the movie have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from the movie. The picturisation of the song shows Mumtaz Shanti missing Yaakoob, her beloved. Yes, Yaakoob is the hero of this movie.

Meena Kapoor is the singer. Wali Sahab is the lyricist. Music is composed by Aziz Hindi.

Sound quality is the video is average. The sound quality of the video version is very good and takes the listening pleasure of the song to a different level.

Audio

Video

Song-Tere bina jiya mora laage na (Putli)(1950) Singer-Meena Kapoor, Lyrics-Wali Sahab, MD-Aziz Hindi

Lyrics

tere bina jiya mora laage na aa aa
mere pardesi saajanva aa
tere bina jiya mora laage na aa aa
mere pardesi saajanva

aaj kisi ke ho gaye rasiya
aaj kisi ke ho gaye rasiya
jaage bhaag more so gaye rasiya
jaage bhaag more so gaye rasiya
o o o
soye bhaag more jaage na aa aa
mere pardesi saajanva aa
tere bina jiya mora lage na aa aa
mere pardesi saajanva

saajan ki nagri jab aaye
saajan ki nagri jab aaye
hook uthhe dil baithha jaaye
hook uthhe dil baithha jaaye
o o o
paanv uthhe more aage na
mere pardesi saajanva
tere bina jiya mora laage na aa aa
mere pardesi saajanva

roothh gayi hain khushiyaan man se
roothh gayi hain khushiyaan man se
jab se nain laage saajan se
jab se nain laage saajan se
o o o
tab se nain more laage na aa aa
mere pardesi saajanva aa
tere bina jiya mora laage na aa aa
mere pardesi saajanva

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“Shaadi Ki Raat”(1950) was directed by Yashwant Pethkar for Prakash Pictures, Bombay. This “social”movie had Geeta Bali, Rehman, Vijaylami, Leela Mishra, Jankidas, Ansari, Shantta Kunwar, Baby Durga, anwari Bai, Arun etc in irt.

The movie had twelve songs in it. Pt Govindram had composed eight of them, while S Mohinder had composed three songs and Aziz Hindi had composed one song.

One song from the movie has been covered in the past.

Here is the second song from “Shaadi Ki Raat”(1950) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Meena Kapoor and G M Durrani. Nazim Panipati is the lyricist. Music is composed by Aziz Hindi.

Only the audio of this delightful song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song which sounds like a stage performance song, or may be a roadside tamasha song.


Song-Teri meri meri teri lad gayi najariya (Shaadi Ki Raat)(1950) Singers-Meena Kapoor, G M Durrani, Lyrics-Nazim Panipati, MD-Aziz Hindi
Both

Lyrics

teri meri meri teri lad gayi najariya
dekhan ko aaye gayi saari re bajariya
saari re bajariya
dheere dheere
ho dheere dheere jaan gayi saari nagariya
dekhan ko aaye gayi saari re bajariya

tere liye maine saari duniya bisaar di
tere liye maine
tere liye maine saari duniya bisaar di
dil jaisi cheez maine tere liye haar di
kahe to rakh doon gori
kahe to rakh doon tere paanv pe pagariya
dekhan ko aaye gayi saari re bajariya

hoy teri meri meri teri lad gayi najariya
dekhan ko aaye gayi saari re bajariya

dil ko na todna
ye dil hai gareeb ka
dekho na thhaam lena
daaman rakeeb ka
dil ko na todna
ye dil hai gareeb ka
dekho na thhaam lena
daaman rakeeb ka

aisa na hoga kabhi
aisa na hoga mere baanke saanwariya
dekhan ko aaye gayi saari re bajariya
hoy teri meri meri teri lad gayi najariya
dekhan ko aaye gayi saari re bajariya

inki bhi aapas mein aisi waisi baat hai
inki bhi aapas mein aisi waisi baat hai
baat wahi baat hai
jo teri meri baat hai

jo teri meri baat hai
aankhen bataaye rahi
aankhen bataaye rahi
dil ki khabariya
dekhan ko aaye gayi saari re bajariya
hoye teri meri meri teri lad gayi najariya
dekhan ko aaye gayi saari re bajariya


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“Nayi Reet”(1948) was directed by Shubhkaran Ojha for India Film Corporation, Bombay. This obscure “social” movie had Sulochana Chatterji, Geeta Bali, Rajendra, Krishnkant, Tiwari, Badri Prasad, Tarabai, Leela Mishra, Ramesh Sinha etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. Seven of these songs were Meena Kapoor solos and one song was sung by Shamshad Begam.

One song from the movie (a Meena Kapoor solo) has been covered in the past.

Here is the second song from “Nayi Reet”(1948) to appear in the blog. This song is also sung by Meena Kapoor. Music is composed by S K Pal.

According to HFGK, all the songs were jointly penned by Ratan Kumar Gupta and Bal Krishna Gupta under the joint name of Kumar-Gupta. So this was the first (and last) example of a lyricist jodi in Hindi movies.

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.


Song-Tujhe maaloon bhi hai koi aane ko hai (Nayi Reet)(1948) Singer-Meena Kapoor, Lyrics-Ratan Kumar Gupta + Bal Krishn Gupta (Kumar Gupta), MD-S K Pal

Lyrics

Tujhe maaloon bhi hai
koi aane ko hai
koi aane ko hai
koi aane ko hai
Tujhe maaloon bhi hai
koi aane ko hai
koi aane ko hai
koi aane ko hai
kaali raaton mein chaandi lutaane ko hai
kaali raaton mein chaandi lutaane ko hai
lutaane ko hai
Tujhe maaloon bhi hai
koi aane ko hai
koi aane ko hai
koi aane ko hai

mere sapnon ki duniya aa aa aa
duniya
mere sapnon ki duniya sajaane ko hai
mere sapnon ki duniya sajaane ko hai
koi man’ne ko hai aur manaane ko hai
koi man’ne ko hai aur manaane ko hai
Tujhe maaloon bhi hai
koi aane ko hai
koi aane ko hai
koi aane ko hai

man ko singaara hai
man ko singaara hai
tan ko singaara
man ko singaara hai
tan ko singaara
joban singaara hai
jeewan singaara
joban singaara hai
jeewan singaara
aaj dharti aakaash mil jaane ko hai
aaj dharti aakaash mil jaane ko hai
koi man’ne ko hai aur manaane ko hai
Tujhe maaloon bhi hai
koi aane ko hai
koi aane ko hai
koi aane ko hai
kaali raaton mein chaandi lutaane ko hai
kaali raaton mein chaandi lutaane ko hai
lutaane ko hai
Tujhe maaloon bhi hai
koi aane ko hai
koi aane ko hai
koi aane ko hai


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“Anyaay” (1949) was directed by J S Cashyap for Diamaond Pictures Limited, Bombay. The movie combined scenes from 14 old hit movies of Bombay Talkies that were expertly edited, and then they were combined with some new scenes shot later. The movie had nine songs. Four of these songs were taken from old movies (including their picturisations) from “Jeewan Prabhat”(1937), “Hamaari Baat”(1943) and “Izzat”(1937). So this movie was an instance of literally cutting and pasting scenes from older movies and passing them off as a new movie.

The movie itself had J S Cashyap, Laxman Saroj, Putli Bai, Narbada Shankar, Devidutt Nautiyal, Kesar Bai, Shree Bhagwan, B S Bhatnagar etc. The old footage of the 14 old movies of Bombay Talkies had actors like Devika Rani, Ashok Kumar, Kishore Sahu, Mumtaz Ali, M Nazir Ajmeri, P F Pithawala, Kamta Prasad, Maya, Meera etc in them.

One song from the movie has been covered in the past. Here is the second song from “Anyaay” (1949) to appear in the blog.

The song under discussion is sung by Meena Kapoor and J S Cashyap. J S Cashyap is the lyricist as well. Music is composed by Ram Prasad.

Seeing that J S Cashyap acted in the movie, it would seem that the song was lipynced by him as well. Who lip synced in the voice of Meena Kapoor is not known. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on this matter.


Song-Toot gayi jab man ki beena (Anyaay)(1949) Singers-Meena Kapoor, J S Cashyap, MD-Ram Prasad

Lyrics

toot gayi
toot gayi ee
toot gayi ee
jab man ki beena
kaise nikle raag
toot gayi
jab man ki beena
kaise nikle raag

door huye mere man ke mohan
door huye mere man ke mohan
roothha mera suhaag
toot gayi jab man ki beena
kaise nikale raag
toot gayi

sainya sang rang karti phirti
saajan se milti sakhiyaan
sainya sang rang karti phirti
saajan se milti sakhiyaan
main dukhiyaari bichhad gayi
ka ke sang kheloon phaag
main dukhiyari bichhad gayi
ka ke sang kheloon phaag

mere dil ki lagi koi kya jaane
ye peer meri koi kya jaane
ghaayal ki gati ghaayal jaane
jaa ke laagi tan man aag
mera saathi mujh se bichhad gaya
mera saathi mujh se bichhad gaya
ka ke sang kheloon phaag

toot gayi
jab man ki bena
kaise nikle raag
toot gayi

toot gayi
toot gayi ee ee


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“Nayi Reet”(1948) was directed by Shubhkaran Ojha for India Film Corporation, Bombay. This obscure “social” movie had Sulochana Chatterji, Geeta Bali, Rajendra, Krishnkant, Tiwari, Badri Prasad, Tarabai, Leela Mishra, Ramesh Sinha etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. Seven of these songs were Meena Kapoor solos and one song was sung by Shamshad Begam.

Here is the first song from “Nayi Reet”(1948) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Meena Kapoor. Music is composed by S K Pal.

According to HFGK, all the songs were jointly penned by Ratan Kumar Gupta and Bal Krishna Gupta under the joint name of Kumar-Gupta. So this was the firs (and last) eample of a lyricist jodi in Hindi movies.

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, “Nayi Reet”(1948) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Do baat na ki aur chale gaye (Nayi Reet)(1948) Singer-Meena Kapoor, Lyrics-Kumar Gupta, MD-S K Pal

Lyrics

do baat na ki
aur chale gaye
chale gaye
do baat na ki
aur chale gaye
chale gaye
main khadi rahi
aansoo bhar ke
sahmi dar se
main khadi rahi
aansoo bhar ke
sahmi dar se
chale gaye
tum chale gaye
jaise badri
jaise badri ghir nikal gayi ho
bin barse
upar se
upar se
do baat na ki
aur chale gaye
chale gaye

kayi(?) raat gayin
barsaat gayin
kayi(?) raat gayin
barsaat gayin
aankhon se utar kar baat gayi
ik bol na mukh se bol sakey
ik bol na mukh se bol sakey
ae nithur man ke
dil paatthar ke
nithur man ke
dil paatthar ke
chale gaye
chale gaye
do baat na ki
aur chale gaye
chale gaye


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“Raees”(1948) was directed by Qaisar Sabai for Ballet Pictures, Bombay. This obscure “social” movie had Shanta Kunwar, Jawahar Kaul, M Beg, Urvashi, Balraj, Munshi Munaqqa, Malika, F Shah, Kabli, Usha Rani etc in it.

This forgotten movie had seven obscure songs in it. Two songs from this movie was covered in the blog in the past.

Here is the third song from “Raees”(1948) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Meena Kapoor and Krishan Goel. Qaisar Sabai is the lyricist. Music is composed by Manohar Arora.

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

I have not been able to get the lyrics right at a few places. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable.

The fact that this song has the voice of Krishan Goel in it and songs sung by him are so difficult to come by, testifies to the fact that this song is an extremely rare song.


Song-Balam mohe man se na apne bhulaana (Raees)(1948) Singers-Meena Kapoor, Krishan Goel, Lyrics-Qaisar Sabaai, MD-Manohar Arora
Both

balam mohe man se na apne bhulaana
sajan mohe man se na apne bhulaana
balam mohe man se na apne bhulaana
preet ki reet nibhaana nibhaana nibhaana
balam mohe
sajan mohe
balam mohe man se na apne bhulaana

naina dikhaayen laakh tamaashe
naina dikhaayen laakh tamaashe
man ko apne dena dilaase
man ko apne dena dilaase

duniya mujhe bisraaye bala se
tum na mujhe bisraana
balam mohe
sajan mohe
balam mohe man se na apne bhulaana

man kehta hai o matwaale
man kehta hai o matwaale
khud ko kho ke pee ko paa le
khud ko kho ke pee ko paa le

in nainon mein naina daale
in nainon mein naina daale
jeevan apna bitaana bitaana
man se apne bhulana
balam mohe
sajan mohe
balam mohe man se na apne bhulaana

preet badha ke door na jaana
preet badha ke door naa jaana
apna bana ke bhool na jaana
apna bana ke bhool na jaana

man aasha ke andhiyaare mein
man aasha ke andhiyaare mein
jeevan jyot jagaana jagaana
man se apne bhulaana
balam mohe
sajan mohe
balam mohe man se na apne bhulaana


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Ah yes, saving the best for the last. What a wonderful lilting song this one is. With this post we bring to completion the list of all songs for the film ‘Maan’ (1954). So, another Yippeee moment for this blog. Congratulations to all readers and all members of this musical bandwagon.

‘Maan’ is a costume drama which is produced by Rajendra Jain for the banner of Filmkaar Ltd., Bombay. The film is directed by Safdar ‘Aah’ Sitapuri, who has also penned five of the nine songs in this film. The remaining four songs are shared between Raja Mehdi Ali Khan (1) and Kaif Bhopali (3). Music is from the mind of Anil Biswas (assisted by Ram Singh). The cast of actors includes Ajit, Chitra, Durga Khote, Jaagirdar, Kumar, Achala Sachdev, Yashodhara Katju, Kamlesh Kumari and Chanda Bai etc.

As per the footnotes in the Geet Kosh, originally eleven songs in all were recorded for this film. Two songs were later cancelled and not included in the film. The mukhdas of the songs are – “Aati Na Yun Bahaaren. . .” in the voice of Lata Mangeshkar, and “Ye Achha Sauda Hum Ne Kiya. . .” in the voice of Shamshad Begum. It appears that these two songs, although recorded, were not released on gramophone records. No other information or trace of these songs is available as yet.

The eight songs posted earlier are listed below, in the order of their appearance on the blog. The Geet Kosh serial no. is added in brackets at the end of each line.

  1. Dam Bhar Ka Thaa Daur Khushi Ka (7)
  2. Mere Pyaar Mein Tujhe Kyaa Milaa (4)
  3. Allah Bhi Hai Mallah Bhi Hai (8)
  4. Keh Do Ke Muhabbat Se Na Takraaye Zamaana (6)
  5. Guzra Hua Ulfat Ka Zamaana (5)
  6. Main Kya Karoon Rukti Nahin Ashqon Ki Rawaani (1)
  7. O O O Phaili Hai Khabar (2)
  8. Kya Bataayen Chheen Kar Mutthi Mein Wo Kya Le Chale (9)

The foot notes in the Geet Kosh carry a very interesting side story. And it has to do with the iconic film ‘Mughal e Azam’ (1960). As per the foot note, which is short and cryptic, the song at serial no. 8 (in GK) – “Allah Bhi Hai Mallah Bhi Hai” was originally recorded for the film ‘Mughal e Azam’ by Anil Biswas, and later this song was included in this film.

A little more detailed background is available from the annual publication of Society of Indian Record Collectors (SIRC). When K Asif planned for this film originally in the mid 1940s, the mantle for being the music director was assigned to Anil Biswas. The original cast of actors included Chandramohan, Nargis, Sapru, and Veena. Apparently, the roles to be played were assigned as Chandramoha – Shahenshah Akbar, Sapru – Salim, Nargis – Anarkali and Veena – Jodha Bai. During the remaining part of the decade, all the original planning was disturbed. Partition was foisted upon this country. The financier for this film migrated to the new nation of Pakistan in 1947. And in 1949, Chandramohan passed away. Sapru, who was a rising star in 1945, turned out to be not so popular a hero over the next 3 to 4 years. A few reels of this film were already shot.

With all these adverse changes forced by the circumstances, K Asif revamped his planning. By the time 1950s came about, he had brought in Prithviraj Kapoor in place of Chandramohan and Dilip Kumar in place of Sapru. Dilip Kumar and Nargis were already working together in Asif Sb’s other venture – ‘Hulchul’ which was released in 1951. Asif faced quite a bit of turbulent time on the sets with this lead pair. The relations between the two were very strained, and ‘Hulchul’ was somehow completed. Beyond 1951, Asif Sb realized the futility of having this lead pair to continue together for ‘Mughal e Azam’. He made a decision to replace Nargis, retaining Dilip Kumar in the role of Salim. Later on, Madhubala was approached for the role of Anarkali.

Now coming to the music director. Asif Sb in his productions seems not to have tied himself to any one music director. His first film, ‘Phool’ released in 1945, has Ghulam Haider Sb as the music director. Then the initial announcement of ‘Mughal e Azam’ had Anil Biswas as the MD. When this film was put on hold, and Asif Sb started to work on ‘Hulchul’, he contracted Sajjad Husain Sb for being the music director. The working relationship between the two was not amiable, and Sajjad Sb opted out before the music work was complete. Asif Sb then brought in Mohammed Shafi to complete the MD’s work for the film. Three of the ten songs of ‘Hulchul’ are composed by Shafi Sb. The next – as the work in ‘Mughal e Azam’ got restarted, we find Naushad Sb in the role of MD. I have not been able to locate any information as to why this change was made.

As per Geet Kosh, the song “Allah Bhi Hai Mallah Bhi Hai”, was originally recorded for ‘Mughal e Azam’. As I scan the list of songs of ‘Mughal e Azam’, my intuition says that in the final version of the film, the song “Bekas Pe Karam Kijiye Sarkaar e Madina” took the place of “Allah Bhi Hai . . .”. However, my intuition actually goes one step further. After I read about original recordings by Anil Biswas, I scanned the song lists of the two films and tried to do a comparison. It is possible that there may have been more songs originally created by Anil Biswas. In my mind, I can locate at least one more coincidence. The song from the final version of ‘Mughal e Azam’ – “Zindabad Zindabad, Ae Mohabbat Zindabad”, is very likely a replacement song for the original – “Keh Do Ke Mohabbat Se Na Takraaye Zamaana”. The fervor and the rebellious tone of the both the songs is quite similar in intensity.

So much for the digression, let me come back to the song for today. And the singer – Meena Kapoor. The mention of this name immediately brings to the mind the iconic song “Rasiya Re Man Basiya Re” from the 1957 film ‘Pardesi’. And then some others – “Kuchh Aur Zamaana Kehta Hai” from ‘Chhoti Chhoti Baaten’ (1965), “Kachchi Hai Umariya, Kori Hai Chunariya” from ‘Chaar Dil Chaar Raahen’ (1959), “Laagi Naahi Chhote Raama, Chaahe Jiya Jaaye” from ‘Sautela Bhai’ (1962), again from ‘Pardesi’ – “Rimi Jhimi Barse Paani Ho Aaj Morey Angnaa”. And the iconic “Mori Atariya Pe Kaaga Boley, Mora Jiya Doley” from ‘Aankhen’ (1950). And yes, she is the accompanying singer to C Ramchandra in another iconic, nay, almost a cult song – “Aana Meri Jaan Meri Jaan Sunday Ke Sunday” from ‘Shehnaai’ (1947). In a career that spanned two decades from 1946 to 1965, Meena ji has sung approximately 160 songs in Hindi films.

Meena ji was born on 27th August, 1930 in Calcutta, literally in the lap of New Theatres. Her father, Birkam Kapoor, was a character artist with the New Theatres at that time. He was a close associate and a good friend of KL Saigal, KC Dey, Prithviraj Kapoor and Pahadi Sanyal. We have seen him in films like ‘Karwaan e Hayaat’ (1935), ‘Dhoop Chhaaon’ (1935), ‘President’ (1937), and ‘Street Singer’ (1938). In 1940-41, when we see an exodus of the premier stars from Calcutta to Bombay, Bikrma Kapoor also moved to Bombay with his family. The young Meena grew up in the company of stalwart uncles, and the lights and cameras of shooting studios.

Not much details are available about her early years and her development as a singer. When she was sixteen, KC Dey gave her the first break as a singer in the film ‘Door Chalen’ (1946). KC Dey was the music director for this film. Meena ji sang three songs in this film, two duets (with KC Dey) and one solo – “Aa Gayi Aa Gayi Zindagi Mein Ik Nayi Kahaani Aa Gayi”. In the same year, SD Burman, who was making his debut in Hindi films with ‘Eight Days’ also gave her an opportunity to sing under his music direction – “Kisi Se Meri Preet Lagi Ab Kyaa Karoon”. Then 1947 happened to be, and the nation wide popularity of “Sunday Ke Sunday” made her a household name. With a sweetness and a scampering youthfulness in her voice, she soon became a singer popular and in demand with the music directors. Till 1954, she was a busy artist with almost 110 songs from about 60 films.

Many of her songs became very popular. A sampling – “Main Birhan Baithi Jaagun” (film ‘Gopinath’, 1948); “Yaad Rakhna Chaand Taaron” (film ‘Anokha Pyaar’, 1948); “Boot Polish Karwa Le Baabu” (film ‘Ghar Ki Izzat’, 1948); “Main Reh Gayi Ankhiyaan Malti Re” (film ‘Anyaay’ (1949); “Lo Jawaani Ka Zamaana Aa Gayaa” (film ‘Aadhi Raat’, 1950); “Kabhi Tum Khwaab Mein Chupke Se Aa Jaate” (film ‘Gul Sanobar’ (1953); “Chaand So Gaya Taare So Gaye” (film ‘Raahi’, 1953); “Ek Kali Aur Do Patiyaan” with Hemant Kumar (also from ‘Raahi’, 1953);“Aag Chhidak Gai Chaandni Morey Gorey Badan Pe” (‘Aagosh’, 1953); “Ek Dharti Hai Ek Hai Gagan” (film ‘Adhikaar’, 1954); “Mere Chanchal Naina Ras Ke Bhare” (‘Angulimaal’, 1960); “Dil Hamko Dhoondhtaa Hai” (film ‘Return of Mr Superman’, 1960); and many more in between.

As per Geet Kosh listings, her voice appears once again in the film ‘Suhaani Raat’ which was released in 1974. The music director is Ram Ganguly. It is noted that this film was produced much earlier, but its release was delayed significantly. I have not yet located more information on this film, and I request our more knowledgeable readers and friends to kindly add more information about this film if available. The Geet Kosh notes that Meena Kapoor’s voice is used in this film, but singer names against individual songs are not specified.

The song being presented today, is my favorite from the list of songs of this film. Other than “Keh Do Ke Mohabbat Se Na Takraaye Zamaana”. In a list of songs (of this film) that has many superb creations, I like this song for its natural perkiness, and a joyous celebration of having discovered the emotion of love. Simple words, simply rendered, but oh so effectively tuned together, bringing out the brimming happiness, even so that the play of words is unmindful of the words themselves. This is the first time I have come across the word ‘dilaar’, spoken in conjunction with ‘dilbar’ and ‘dildaar’, the latter one itself is somewhat accentuated as ‘dil e daar’. The lighthearted pleasure in the construction of the lines and cheerful levity in their rendering make this song so delightful and endearing.

Enjoy this lovely creation – Anil Biswas, Safdar ‘Aah’, and Meena Kapoor – superbly done.

[Ed Note: The song has been uploaded on YouTube by our very own Sadanand Kamath ji.]

Song – Dilbar Dilaar Dil e Daar Ho  (Maan) (1954) Singer – Meena Kapoor, Lyrics – Safdar Aah Sitapuri, MD – Anil Biswas

Lyrics

dilbar dilaar dil e daar ho
dilbar dilaar dil e daar ho
chhup na saka tera pyaar ho oo oo
chhup na saka tera pyaar ho oo oo
dilbar dilaar dil e daar ho
dilbar dilaar dil e daar ho

hothon ne kuchh na kaha
chitwan ne bol diya..aa..aa
chitwan ne bol diya
dil mein chhupaaye huye
raazon ko khol diya
raazon ko khol diya
aankhen jo hum se huin chaar ho oo oo
aankhen jo hum se huin chaar ho oo oo
dilbar dilaar dil e daar ho
dilbar dilaar dil e daar ho

laayegi rang naye do dil ki dhadkan
laayegi rang naye do dil ki dhadkan
daalo na jalte huye deepak pe daaman
daalo na jalte huye deepak pe daaman
bhole mere sarkaar ho oo oo
bhole mere sarkaar ho oo oo
dilbar dilaar dil e daar ho
dilbar dilaar dil e daar ho
chhup na saka tera pyaar ho oo oo
chhup na saka tera pyaar ho oo oo
dilbar dilaar dil e daar ho
dilbar dilaar dil e daar ho
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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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दिलबर दिल्लार दिल ए दार हो
दिलबर दिल्लार दिल ए दार हो
छुप ना सका तेरा प्यार हो ओ ओ
छुप ना सका तेरा प्यार हो ओ ओ
दिलबर दिल्लार दिल ए दार हो
दिलबर दिल्लार दिल ए दार हो

होठों ने कुछ ना कहा
चितवन ने बोल दिया॰॰आ॰॰आ
चितवन ने बोल दिया
दिल में छुपाए हुये
राज़ों को खोल दिया
राज़ों को खोल दिया
आँखें जो हमसे हुईं चार हो ओ ओ
आँखें जो हमसे हुईं चार हो ओ ओ
दिलबर दिल्लार दिल ए दार हो
दिलबर दिल्लार दिल ए दार हो

लाएगी रन नए दो दिल की धड़कन
लाएगी रन नए दो दिल की धड़कन
डालो न जलते हुये दीपक पे दामन
डालो न जलते हुये दीपक पे दामन
भोले मेरे सरकार हो ओ ओ
भोले मेरे सरकार हो ओ ओ
दिलबर दिल्लार दिल ए दार हो
दिलबर दिल्लार दिल ए दार हो
छुप ना सका तेरा प्यार हो ओ ओ
छुप ना सका तेरा प्यार हो ओ ओ
दिलबर दिल्लार दिल ए दार हो
दिलबर दिल्लार दिल ए दार हो


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“Ghar Ki Izzat”(1948) was directed by Ram Daryani for Murli Movietone, Bombay. This social movie had Mumtaz Shanti, dilip Kumar, Jeevan, Manorama, Dixit, Suleman, Ghulab, Gope etc in it.
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“Biwi”(1950) was directed by Kishore Sharma for Paristan Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Mumtaz Shanti, Veena, Madhuri, Naasser, Pran, Ram Lal, Murad, Gulnaar, Anjaam, Shabnam, Sheila Verman etc in it.
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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.

“Lakhpati”(1948) was directed by Ravindra Jaikar for Fim Chitra Corporation, Bombay. This movie had Sulochana Chatterji, D M Sapru, Rajan Haksar, Om Prakash, Baby Tabassum, Leela Chitnis, Narmada Shankar, Dharpure, Nagotkar, Satyapal etc in it.
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