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Blog Day : 3497 Post No. : 14055

“Sheesh Mahal”(1950) was produced by Sohrab Modi for Minerva Movietone. The movie had Sohrab Modi, Naseem Bano, Nigar Sultana, Pushpa Hans, Amarnath, Jawahar Kaul, Pran, Mubarak, Leela Mishra in it.

The story of the movie, as discussed by Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh, our beloved inhouse enyclopaedia, is as following:-

Thakur Jaspal Singh ( Sohrab Modi) lives in the prestigious and palatial house called the Sheesh Mahal. He is badly in debt, yet continues to live a lifestyle far over and above his means. His son and two daughters are concerned, and try to stop him from over-spending, but he disregards them. Then one day the inevitable happens, and Jaspal Singh has to leave Sheesh Mahal, which must now be sold by auction to pay off his debts.

Jaspal and his children move into a small room in the nearby slums, where they hope to spend the rest of their lives. Jaspal’s son, Vikram (Jawahar Kaul) finds employment in a mill, but unfortunately meets with an accident, and in order to save his life, the doctors amputate his leg, leaving his unemployed and dependent. Jaspal’s daughter, Ranjana ( Naseem Bano), attempts to secure employment, but proud Jaspal will not hear of this.

Ranjana gets employment, but she does not tell her father about it. Ranjana meets with a young man, Vikram (Amarnath) and both fall in love with each other. When this young man’s father, Durgaprasad ( Mubarak), comes to ask Jaspal for Ranjana’s hand, Jaspal finds out that he is the new owner of Sheesh Mahal, and that Ranjana has been working as a maid there.

Jaspal is furious, and taking his sword, he rushes over to the Sheesh Mahal with a clear intent of killing Ranjana, and anyone else who dares to stop him.

There he encounters Durgaprasad, who opens his eyes by telling him on his face the reality and that he is living in his past, which does not exist anymore. He warns him not to destroy the future and happiness of his children to pamper his false ego. Thakur realises his mistake. he drops his sword, but he too falls suffering from massive heart attack. He breathes his last accepting all his faults, but it is too late.

The movie had nine songs in it. Eight of these songs have been covered in the past. Here are the details of these songs :

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Aayi hai deewali 183 27-Oct-08
Jise dhoondhti phirti hai meri nazar 3820 23-Apr-11
Zehar khaanaa magar dil lagaanaa nahin 3829 28-Apr-11
Tum dekh rahe ho ke mite saare sahaare 4005 15-Jun-11
Muqaddar ke haathhon jahaan ghoomtaa hai 4139 6-Jul-11
Aadmi wo hai museebat se pareshaan na ho 6422 12-Aug-12
Ham kheton ke mahaaraaj hamen darr kaahe ka 12791 10-Jan-17
Bhoole zamaane yaad na kar 14044 11-Feb-18

Here is the ninth and final song from “Sheesh Mahal”(1950) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Pushpa Hans and it is picturised on her as well.

Lyricist is credited as Aaziz. I wonder whether he is a new name or someone who is known to us by some other name. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on him.

Music is composed by Vasant Desai.

With this song, “Sheesh Mahal”(1950) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Taqdeer banaane waale ne kaisi taqdeer banaayi hai (Sheesh Mahal)(1950) Singer-Pushpa Hans, Lyrics-Aziz, MD-Vasant Desai

Lyrics

taqdeer banaane waale ne
kaisi taqdeer banaayi hai
barbaadi likh di kismat mein
ye apni shaan dikhaayi hai
taqdeer banaane waale ne
kaisi takdeer banaayi hai

aashaaon ki maala toot gayi
ummeed ke moti bikhar gaye
ummeed ke moti bikhar gaye
armaan bhi jal kar khaaq huye
armaan bhi jal kar khaaq huye
ab jaan pe aafat aayi hai
taqdeer banaane waale ne
kaisi taqdeer banaayi hai

ik jhonka hawa ka aaya thha
aaya aur aa kar nikal gaya
aaya aur aa kar nikal gaya
ham thhandi saans bhi le na sake
ham thhandi saans bhi le na sake
har shaakh e chaman murjhaai hai
taqdeer banaane waale ne
kaisi taqdeer banaayi hai
taqdeer banaane waale ne

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This is the 200th song of N Datta as a music director in the blog.

Blog Day : 3481 Post No. : 13985

Missing Films of 1960s – 53
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Lal Lal Gaal. . .

I know I do not need to say more. Everyone is so familiar this song. And the special thing about this song? In my humble opinion, this probably is the fastest melody that any music director has got Rafi Sb to sing. The year is 1957 and the film – ‘Mr X’.

And then, this same music director, ten years later, has got the booming voice Mahendra Kapoor to sing the softest of the melodies – “Chaand Bhi Koi Deewaana Hai. . .”. The year is 1968 and the film – ‘Apna Ghar Apni Kahaani’.

Remembering N Datta – well quite late for his anniversary (both of which fell in December). And so this post has also been in the making, for well about a month.

Searching for information about him, not much details are available about his early years. So much so that multiple different web sites repeat mostly the same few sentences. They all write that he was born 1927 in Aroba, a small village in Goa. And that he ran away from home at the age of 12, and came to Bombay to learn music. Incidentally, I also came across one article online, which is based on an interview with Roop Naik, son of N Datta. The information provided by him is different from what is available everywhere else.

According to Roop Naik, his father N Datta (full name Dattaram Baburao Naik) was actually born in Bombay. He was not even two years old when his father passed away. After this tumultuous event in life, he and his mother move back to their native village, where the child Dattaram was brought up by his maternal uncle. Close to their village home, there was a temple, where weekly sittings of bhajan singing used to take place. He was quite enamoured by the ‘Abhang’ singing of these Bhajans, and never used to miss a session. During this period, he learnt to play harmonium, and would sometimes accompany the singers in the temple.

Another high point for him used to be when the travelling performing groups would visit the village. Music was very much within him, and so he was attracted by these public performances. And so, at home, he once expressed his wish to learn music. The dressing down that he received from his uncle, convinced him that his passion to learn music, and his family’s environment simply did not go together. So, at the age of 12, this young pre-teen kid, ran away from home and came to Bombay.

This period of his life, before he started getting recognition in the industry, is an unknown. No documented information is available. Lata Mangeshkar had mentioned once that she did meet him in 1946 (he would be 19 years old then), and that he was working as an assistant to a music director whose name she recalls as Kedar Shinde. The Ed. Note with this sentence observes that she probably was talking about Ramakrisna Shinde, a music director of Marathi films, who later also gave music under the pseudo name of ‘Hemant Kedar’.

The young aspirant worked as an assistant to Ghulam Haider Sb. He would also continue to participate in temple programs. He would be part of the ‘prabhat feris’, a very early morning bhjan kirtan session, that is taken out in a procession format, passing through the streets and by-lanes of a certain neighbourhood. It is said that at one of these ‘prabhat feries’, Burman Dada (SD Burman) witnessed his singing, and called upon him to know more about him and his capabilities. That started a long and fruitful collaborative partnerships, and the young Dattaram worked as an assistant in films like ‘Baazi’, ‘Bahar’, ‘Sazaa’ and ‘Ek Nazar’ (1951), ‘Jaal’ (1952), ‘Jeevan Jyoti’ (1953) and ‘Angarey’ (1954).

During the making of ‘Baazi’, Dattaram was introduced to future stalwarts like Sahir Ludhianvi and Raj Khosla, and struck lifelong friendships. When Raj Khosla got his first break as an independent director (film ‘Milaap’, 1955), he got N Datta the first assignment as an independent music director. And from that juncture onward, one sees his career got from strength to strength – ‘Marine Drive’ (1955), ‘Chandra Kanta’ (1956), ‘Hum Panchhi Ek Daal Ke’ (1957), ‘Light House (1958), ‘Sadhna’ (1958), ‘Black Cat’ (1959), ‘Dhool Ka Phool’ (1959), ‘Dharam Putra’ (1961), and more.

I have just listed a sampler. The total films listed for him are 55. Of these, about 22 films came in or before 1961. Two important points to be noted here. 1959 seems to be his most prolific year – seven films released this year, with music by him. Secondly, his friendship with Sahir Ludhianvi, got him his first assignment with the banner of BR Films. His first film with BR Chopra is ‘Sadhna’ (1958). Next, we him again with the BR banner in ‘Dhool Ka Phool’ (1959) and ‘Dharamputra’ (1961). Just the names of these films are enough indication as to how wonderfully this relationship was developing, and the team of Sahir Sb and N Datta was producing phenomenal music together.

But then, fate intervened, and quite cruelly too. Just in his mid thirties, N Datta suffered a heart attack. The episode left him out of circulation for some months. He recovered. However, besides the health issues now in life, N Datta started another battle – a fear for his own life. It made him somewhat of an introvert person. He would be very afraid for his life, because of any episode of ill health. And his work suffered too. By the time he came out this medical emergency, BR banner had moved on. Ravi had been engaged as the music director. The first outcome was ‘Gumraah’. The commercial success of this film kind of excluded N Datta from the BR brand, for all times in the future.

The quality of his work also suffered. He continued to compose, and continue to create some fabulous and memorable songs. But his work would now be confined to B/C grade films. He continued to work till 1980 – his last film released is ‘Chehre Pe Chehra’. After that, no work probably came his way. He passed away in 1987. His later years were a struggle to keep afloat.

With today’s song, I introduce this film ‘Albela Mastaana’ from 1967. The film is produced under the banner of Pragya Pictures, Bombay and is directed by BJ Patel. The star cast includes Kishore Kumar, Bhagwan, Kaveri, Kundan, Aruna Irani, Nayna, Rajan Haksar, and Asha Nadkarni amongst others. Five songs are listed for this film, all being written by Prem Dhawan.

This song is a wonderful melancholy that is sung by Asha Bhosle. The video of this film is now available. In the visual, we see Asha Nadkarni lip syncing this song on screen. A song that in as of itself, needs to placed together with such Asha Bhosle songs like “Baithe Hain Rehguzar Par. . .” and “Tujh Se Bichhde Tere Deewaane To Mar Jaayenge”. Lovely rendition, pulling at the strands of the heart.

Song – Phir Dil Mein Dard Jaaga  (Albela Mastaana) (1967) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Prem Dhawan, MD – N Dutta

Lyrics

phir dil mein dard jaaga

phir dil mein dard jaaga
phir yaad teri aayi
aaja sahi na jaaye
hum se teri judaai
phir dil mein dard jaaga

badhne laga andhera
jaane ho kab savera
palkon se aansuon ki
hum ne shama jalaai
hum ne shama jalaai
phir dil mein dard jaaga
phir yaad teri aayi
aaja sahi na jaaye
hum se teri judaai
phir dil mein dard jaaga

khamosh hai zamaana
kis se kahen fasaana
khamosh hai zamaana
kis se kahen fasaana
apni sadaa bhi ab to
deti nahin sunaai
deti nahin sunaai
phir dil mein dard jaaga
phir yaad teri aayi
aaja sahi na jaaye
hum se teri judaai
phir dil mein dard jaaga

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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फिर दिल में दर्द जागा

फिर दिल में दर्द जागा
फिर याद तेरी आई
आजा सही ना जाये
हमसे तेरी जुदाई
फिर दिल में दर्द जागा

बढ़ने लगा अंधेरा
जाने हो कब सवेरा
बढ़ने लगा अंधेरा
जाने हो कब सवेरा
पलकों से आंसुओं की
हमने शमा जलाई
हमने शमा जलाई
फिर दिल में दर्द जागा
फिर याद तेरी आई
आजा सही ना जाये
हमसे तेरी जुदाई
फिर दिल में दर्द जागा

खामोश है ज़माना
किस को कहें फसाना
खामोश है ज़माना
किस को कहें फसाना
अपनी सदा भी अब तो
देती नहीं सुनाई
देती नहीं सुनाई
फिर दिल में दर्द जागा
फिर याद तेरी आई
आजा सही ना जाये
हमसे तेरी जुदाई
फिर दिल में दर्द जागा


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

This is the 800th song of Geeta Roy/Dutt to be showcased on our blog.

Blog Day : 3476 Post No. : 13966


ना ये चाँद होगा

ना तारे रहेंगे
मगर हम हमेशा तुम्हारे रहेंगे

A promise of a voice, that continues to remind, of a feeling, of a little tangy flavored honey, slipping down the taste buds in the rear of the tongue. A voice that is sweet, that is humble. It may haunt you, but it will never come to you as an onslsught; it surely will over power your heart, but more in the manner of a polite request saying “Naa Jaao Sainyaan Chhuda Ke Bainyaan. . .”.

A personality that was more about inward expressions. Time was in the early sixties, as her singing assignments were dwindling, in a chance phone conversation with OP Nayyar, the simple complaint she aired to him was – “Aap to hum ko bhool gaye”. The reference of course was to the many hits she had sung for him, for the duration of a short stint, from 1952 to 1958. And after delivering the super hit “Mera Naam Chin Chin Chu” (‘Howrah Bridge”) in 1958, there is really very little, actually nothing, that OPN offered her to sing. It is quite a wonder that OPN went from strength to strength starting with ‘Aasmaan’ in 1952, and working through ‘Baaz’ (1953), ‘Aar Paar’ (1954), ‘Mr And Mrs 55’ (1955), ‘CID’, ‘Chhoo Mantar’, and ‘Mr Lambu’ in 1956, ‘Johnny Walker’ and ‘Ustad’ in 1957, and then ‘Howrah Bridge’, ’12 O’Clock’, ‘Mujrim’ and ‘Mr Qartoon MA’ in 1958. Thereafter, no more OP Nayyar songs for her. In any case, as we progress from 1952 to 1958, there is a noticeable increment in Asha Bhosle’s share of singing for OPN.

In a private conversation many years later, OPN did express his regrets that he completely cut off Geeta from his portfolio. With such dwindling fortunes, it is still not a wonder that she was still able to clock close to 1300 songs in Hindi films, from 1946 to 1971, much better than many of her contemporaries. That was the magnetism in her voice.

Today, we bring on board, the 800th song of this nightingale. The film is ‘Badnaam’ from 1952. The lyrics are by Shailendra and music is by Basant Prakash. The melancholia that she has the ability to generate, sometimes defies the thought that she is also able to sing the likes of “Mera Naam Chin ChinChu”. Maybe the grand success of “Mera Sunder Sapna Beet Gaya. . .” from ‘Do Bhai’ (1947) was a portend of the path of destiny she was to follow.

This song also, tells of the sadness of a broken heart, as the clouds of gloom are gathering in the mind’s sky. And the love is itself in tears – “प्यार रोने लगा”. It was not just an expression tutored by the music director, to sing it in a particular manner. It was the reality of her life that she lived – all the way to her passing away in 1972.

It was not just the season of rains. It was her whole life.

Song – Ghir Aayi Hai Ghor Ghata  (Badnaam) (1952) Singer – Geeta Dutt, Lyrics – Shailendra, MD – Basant Prakash

Lyrics

ghir aayi hai ghor ghata
ghir aayi hai ghor ghata
apni majboorion se lipat ke
pyaar rone laga
haaye
pyaar rone laga
ghir aayi hai ghor ghata

tha kya pata yun badal jaayega aasmaan
yun bante bante ujad jaayega aashiaan
pahunchi saahil pe jab meri naiyya
gham dubone laga
haaye
pyaar rone laga
ghir aayi hai ghor ghata

kaisi ye mushkil jo sochun wo kar na sakoon
haaye
main aaj marna bhi chaahun to mar na sakoon
yun mere saamne mere dil ka
khoon honay laga
haaye
pyaar rone laga
ghir aayi hai ghor ghata
ghir aayi hai ghor ghata
apni majboorion se lipat ke
pyaar rone laga
haaye
pyaar rone laga
ghir aayi hai ghor ghata

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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घिर आई है घोर घटा
घिर आई है घोर घटा
अपनी मजबूरीओं से लिपट के
प्यार रोने लगा
हाए
प्यार रोने लगा
घिर आई है घोर घटा

था क्या पता यूं बादल जाएगा आसमाँ
यूं बनते बनते उजाड़ जाएगे आशियाँ
पहुंची साहिल पे जब मेरी नैया
ग़म डुबोने लगा
हाए
प्यार रोने लगा
घिर आई है घोर घटा

कैसी ये मुश्किल जो सोचूँ वो कर ना सकूँ
मैं आज मारना भी चाहूँ तो मर ना सकूँ
यूं मेरे सामने मेरे दिल का
खून होने लगा
हाए
प्यार रोने लगा
घिर आई है घोर घटा
घिर आई है घोर घटा
अपनी मजबूरीओं से लिपट के
प्यार रोने लगा
हाए
प्यार रोने लगा
घिर आई है घोर घटा


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Blog Day : 3475 Post No. : 13957

“Bhai”(1944) was directed by K D Mehra for Caravan Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Manorama, Satish, Radharani, Zahoor Raja, Khwaja Sabir, Zaheer, Minto Bai, R P Kapoor, Shatir Ghaznavi, O P Monga, Taus Khan etc in it.

This movie had eight songs in it. Five of them were composed by Ghulam Haider and the remaining three by Shyam Sundar.

Three songs from the movie have been covered in the past- and all of them in 2016.

Here is the fourth song from “Bhai”(1944) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Zeenat Begam. Shatir Ghaznavi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shyam Sundar.

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


Duniya ki ye khushi hai (Bhai)(1944) Singer-Zeenat Begam, Lyrics-Shatir Ghaznavi, MD-Shyam Sundar

Lyrics

duniya ki ye khushi hai
tujhe bhool jaayen hum m m
tujhe bhool jaayen hum
ab maut ko hi jaa ke
kahin manaayen hum
kahin manaayen hum
pahunche chaman mein hum
pahunche chaman mein hum
to khizaan ban gayi bahaar
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
pahunche chaman mein hum
to khizaan ban gayi bahaar
kaante naseeb mein hain
jo dil mein chubhaayen hum m
dil mein chubhaayen hum
duniya ki ye khushi hai
tujhe bhool jaayen hum m
tujhe bhool jaayen hum

o roothh jaane waale tu itna bataaye ja
o roothh jaane waale tu itna bataaye ja
roothhe huye naseeb ko
kaise manaayen hum m
kaise manayen hum
duniya ki ye khushi hai
tujhe bhool jaayen hum m
tujhe bhul jaayen hum
tere baghair jeena hai
marna teri kasam m m m m
kya khaaq zindagi hai
ke tujhko na paayen hum
tujhko na paayen hum
duniya ki ye khushi hai
tujhe bhool jaayen hum
tujhe bhool jaayen hum


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Blog Day : 3473 Post No. : 13945

“Saudaamini” (1950) was directed by P C Joshi for National Screen production, Bombay. This obscure movie had Cuckoo, Leela Chitnis, P Joshi, Sona Chatterji, Bikram Kapoor, Zubeida etc in it.

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

Here is the sixth song from “Saudaamini” (1950) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Uma Devi. Lyricist is not known. Music is composed by S N Tripathi.

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


Song-Dukh dard bhare dil ka kahen kis ka fasaana(Saudaamini)(1950) Singer-Uma Devi, MD-S N Tripathi

Lyrics

dukh dard bhare dil ka kahen kis se fasaana
hum apne hi haathon se huye gham ka nishaana
dukh dard bhare dil ka kahen kis se fasaana
hum apne hi haathon se huya gham ka nishaana

maaloom na thha aise bhi din aayenge apne
din aayenge apne
maaloom na thha aise bhi din aayenge apne
din aayenge apne
ro ro ke bhi hum gaayenge khushiyon ka taraana
hum apne hi haathon se huye gham ka nishaana

murjha gayin khud kahke ye ummeed ki kaliyaan
ummeed ki kaliyaan
murjha gayin khud kahke ye ummeed ki kaliyaan
ummeed ki kaliyaan
dekha bhi nahin humne bahaaron ka zamaana
hum apne hi haathon se huye gham ka nishaana

jab ho gaye barbaad to aaya hai samajh mein
aaya hai samajh mein
jab ho gaye barbaad to aaya hai samajh mein
aaya hai samajh mein
is duniya mein kaun apna hai aur kaun begaana
hum apne hi haathon se huye gham ka nishaana
dukh dard bhare dil ka kahen kis se fasaana
hum apne hi haathon se huye gham ka nishaana


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Blog Day : 3464 Post No. : 13902

“Shagun” (1951), also spelled as “Shagan” in some places, was directed by S Arora for Punjab Art Productions. This obscure movie had Sulochana Chatterji, Kamal Kapoor, Bhudo Advani, Ranjit Kumari, Wasti etc in it.

The movie had nine songs in it. Two of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Shagun” (1951) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Lata. Mulkraj Bhakri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Husnlal Bhagatram.

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


Song-Dil ki rahi sab dil mein (Shagun)(1951) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Mulkraj Bhakri, MD-Husnlal Bhagatram

Lyrics

dil ki rahi ee ee
sab dil mein
aur dil choor ho gaya aa aa
naina milaa ke humse koi ee ee
door ho gaya

daaman pakad ke chhod gaye
daaman pakad ke chhod gaye
dil tod gaye
dil tod gaye
sab pyaar ke waade bhool gaye
sab pyaar ke waade bhool gaye
munh mod gaye dil tod gaye
daaman pakad ke chhod gaye

jo beeti hai hum par keh na sake
bin kahe magar hum reh na sake
jo beeti hai hum par keh na sake
bin kahe magar hum reh na sake
hum teri judaai sah na sake
hum teri judaai sah na sake
humen kiske sahaare chhod gaye
humen kiske sahaare chhod gaye
dil tod gaye
dil tod gaye
daaman pakad ke chhod gaye

ae thhandi hawa us desh tu ja
jahaan gaye hamaare roothhe piya
ae thhandi hawa us desh tu ja
jahaan gaye hamaare roothhe piya
kehna unse kya ki hai khata
kehna unse kya ki hai khata
kyun chhod humen chitchor gaye
kyun chhod humen chitchor gaye
dil tod gaye
dil tod gaye
daaman pakad ke chhod gaye


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Blog Day : 3463 Post No. : 13896

“Duniya Gol Hai”(1955) was produced by C Ramchnadra and directed by Om Prakash for New Sai Productions, Bombay. This “social” movie had Anita Guha, Karan Dewan, Kuldeep Kaur, Indu Pal, Shyam Lal, Kumud Tripathi, Nisar Khandwi, Som Dutt, Hafiz, Kanwar Kesho, Pal Sharma, Sundar, Om Prakash etc with lots of guest appearances viz.Jairaj, Heeralal, Randheer, Madan Puri, Raj Mehra, Maruti, Johny Walker, Nadira, Shashikala, Shammi, Roopmala, Smriti Biswas, Begam Para etc in it.

The movie had seven songs in it. Two of these songs have been covered in the blog.

Here is the third song from “Duniya Gol Hai”(1955). This song is sung by Lata. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by C Ramchandra.

Only the audio of this song is available. The voice of Lata was there in every song of the movie (except one song where details of singers are not known). so she may have sung for the leading lady of the movie or for any other ladies in the movie. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Shabnam se aaj shola..ae dard e mohabbat naache ja (Duniya Gol Hai)(1955) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-C Ramchandra

Lyrics

shabnam se aaj shola
maange hai ye zamaana
laaun kahaan se ae dil
marne ka wo bahaana
duniya ne ye na socha
naachegi laash kaise
duniya ne ye na socha
naachegi laash kaise
ye meri bezubaani
chhedegi kya taraana

naache ja
naache ja
naache ja
ae dard-e-mohabbat naache ja
ae dard-e-mohabbat naache ja
kadmon mein tere zanjeer sahi
kadmon mein tere zanjeer sahi
duniya to khushi se dekhegi
duniya to khushi se dekhegi
berang teri tasveer sahi
berang teri tasveer sahi

bedard hai ye mehfil waale
bismil ka tamaasha dekhenge
jis dil mein lahoo ka naam nahin
us dil ka tamaasha dekhenge
ro ro ke hansaana duniya ko
ro ro ke hansaana duniya ko
ulfat ki yahi taqdeer sahi
ulfat ki yahi taqdeer sahi
ae dard-e-mohabbat naache ja
kadmon mein tere zanjeer sahi
kadmon mein tere zanjeer sahi

naache ja
naache ja
naache ja
ae dard-e-mohabbat naache ja
ae dard-e-mohabbat naache ja
kadmon mein tere zanzeer sahi
kadmon mein tere zanzeer sahi

majboori ae dil kuchh der sambhal
mehfil ko zara bharmaane de
bikhrenge na ye baadal kab tak
sooraj ka ishaara aane de
ummeed ka daaman kyun chhoote
ummeed ka daaman kyun chhoote
beraham teri taqdeer sahi
beraham teri taqdeer sahi
ae dard-e-mohabbat naache ja
kadmon mein tere zanjeer sahi
kadmon mein tere zanjeer sahi


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Blog Day : 3460 Post No. : 13887

“Bin Maa Ke Bachche”(1979) was directed by Satyen Bose for S K Enterprises, Bombay. The movie had Dr Shreeram Laagoo, Leela Chitnis, Master Rajesh, Master Raju, Master Bittu, Master Ravi, Baby Sabia, Shekhar Purohit, Dulaari, Bindu, C S Dubey, Kumud Tripathi, Urmila Bhatt, Junior Mehmood, Prem Sagar, Prakash Mishra, Rajrani, Shivraj, Shriram Shashtri, Savita Bajaj, Ghanshyam, Radheshyam etc with special appearances by Tanuja, Mahendra Sandhu, Nazneen, Sudhir, Narendra Nath, and Dev Kumar.

From the above cast as well as the cast, it is easy to guess that the movie must have sunk without a trace. The movie did not have any saleable name in it and as can be guessed from the title it was a dull movie about happless orphan kids.

The movie had six songs in it. I do not recall having heard any song from this movie during its time. I in fact do not recall being aware of this movie either.

Here is the first song from “Bin Maa Ke Bachche”(1979) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Pushpa Pagdhare. S H Bihari is the lyricist. Music is composed by O p Nayyar who by that time had fallen into bad days and he had few friends left in the film indusry where he ruled the roost in the earlier decades.

The song is picturised as a sad lullaby song on two child artists whom I am unable to identify. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify them.

With this song, “Bin Maa Ke Bachche”(1979) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Jo raat ko jaldi soye (Bin Maa Ke Bachche)(1979) Singer-Pushpa Pagdhare, Lyrics-S H Bihari, MD-O P Nayyar

Lyrics

hmm hmm hm hmm
lalalalalalalalalaalaa

jo raat ko jaldi soye aur subah ko jaldi jage
us bacche se door door duniya ka dukh bhaage
jo raat ko jaldi soye
aur subah ko jaldi jaage
us bachche se door door duniya ka dukh bhaage
jo raat ko jaldi soye

laakhon ki hai daulat jinki
unko neend na aaye
meri pyaari pyaari munni
bhookhi hi so jaaye
hmm hmm hmm
laakhon ki hai daulat jinki
unko neend na aaye
meri pyaari pyaari munni
bhookhi hi so jaaye
baahen meri jhoola iska
sapnon ke hain dhaage
baahen meri jhoola iska
sapnon ke hain dhaage
jo raat ko jaldi soye
aur subah ko jaldi jage
us bachche se door door
duniya ka dukh bhaage
jo raat ko jaldi soye

ghar chhoota aur kismat roothhi
chhoote jo thhe apne
raste par bhi so kar jisne
dekhe meethhe sapne
hmm hmm hmm
ghar chhoota aur kismat roothhi
chhoote jo thhe apne
raste par bhi so kar jisne
dekhe meethhe sapne
jeevan ki har daud mein munni
raha wo aage aage
jivan ki har daud mein munni
raha wo aage aage
jo raat ko jaldi soye
aur subah ko jaldi jaage
us bachche se door door
duniya ka dukh bhaage
us bachche se door door
duniya ka dukh bhage
lalllaala lallalaal
lallalalla la
hmm hmm hmm hmm


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Blog Day : 3460 Post No. : 13885

“Chhoti Bhaabhi”(1950) was directed by Shanti Kumar for Filmkar Limited, Bombay. The movie had Nargis, Karan Dewan, Shyam, Kuldeep, Ghulab, Shyama, Suraiyya Chaudhary, Yakoob, Jauhar, Baby Tabassum, Gyaani, Jugnu, G Sarang, Khushdil etc in it.

The movie had nine songs in it. Six of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the seventh song from “Chhoti Bhaabhi”(1950) to appear in the blog. This typically dukhiyaari naari genre of song is sung by Lata. Qamar Jalalabadi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Husnlal Bhagatram.

Only the audio of this song is available. Assuming that Nargis was the female lead in the movie, it would seem that this song was picturised ob her. Nevertheless, I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Dard e judaai hai gham ki ghata chhaayi hai (Chhoti Bhaabhi)(1950) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Qamar Jalalabadi, MD-Husnlal Bhagatram

Lyrics

dard e judaayi hai
gham ki ghata chhaayi hai
aankh bhar aayi hai
duhaayi hai duhaayi hai
duhaayi hai duhaayi hai
dard e judaayi hai
gham ki ghata chhaayi hai
aankh bhar aayi hai
duhaayi hai duhaayi hai
duhaayi hai duhaayi hai

kal jin aankhon mein baalam thhe
aaj unmein barsaat hai
wo bhi ek raat thhi
haay ye bhi ek raat thhi haay
ye bhi ek raat hai
yaad kisi ki aayi hai
gham ke aansu laayi hai
aankh bhar aayi hai
duhaayi hai duhaayi hai
duhaayi hai duhaayi hai

tu kya jaane
duniya ne kya kya ilzaam lagaaye hain
dil ke armaan aankhon mein
aansu ban ban ke aaye hain
aansu ban ban ke aaye hain
jinse ki bhalaayi hai
unse mili buraayi hai
aankh bhar aayi hai
duhayi hai duhaayi hai
duhaayi hai duhaayi hai

sun ke meri majboori baalam
aasu nahin bahaana
chaahe duniya kuch bhi kahe
mera pyaar bhool na jaana
pyaar bhool na jaana
pyaar bhool na jaana
kismat khench ke layi hai,
mat samjho bewafaayi hai
aankh bhar aayi hai
duhaayi hai duhaayi hai
duhaayi hai duhaayi hai
dard e judaayi hai
gham ki ghata chhaayi hai
aankh bhar aayi hai
duhaayi hai duhaayi hai
duhaayi hai duhaayi hai


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

Blog Day : 3458 Post No. : 13876

dekh hamen awaaz na dena
o bedard zamaane. . .

कवि लिख देता है, मौसीकार स्वरबद्ध कर देता है, गायक गा देता है
और फिर,

ये सब चले जाते हैं,
किसी ना किसी ग़म के साथ
यही सदा रह जाती है. . .

देख हमें आवाज़ ना देना
ओ बेदर्द ज़माने. . .

The saga of the filmland, the dizzying ups, and the ignominious lows; the crush of fans and lovers, and the loneliness of the nether years; the happy days of spring of success, and the cold desolate days of the winters of anonymity; the words of love and music, and the silent conversations with the past, waiting for a sound. Such is the tale of many an artist that applied their lives to this film world. The whirl of the merry go round does never stop, but comes a day that one cannot hold on – and then what remains is the nausea, the vertigo of having stepped off a speedy whirlwind.

Chitalkar – a darling of the industry in the 1950s, passed away this day 35 years ago. A time was when there was magic in every film that he touched. Almost a thousand songs (maybe more) just in the Hindi films all the way from early 1940s to early 1970s. Yes, there was music inside this young lad of 17 years when he debuted in the role of the hero in the film ‘Naaganand’ in 1935. Not much details are available of this period. He appeared in lesser roles in some other films in the second half of 1930s. But the next thing one hears is that he is directing music for Tamil films, before moving back to Hindi films as a music director, and be counted amongst the top echelons of music creators in the industry.

Yes, certainly there was music inside this lad. Given the body of work that he has left behind, one needs just to read the list of films, and not even wait to go through the thousand songs that he has composed, to get a feel of the heights his art had touched. He could do “Shyamal Shyamal Baran, Komal Komal Charan” with ease and with matching dexterity, he could also do “Gore Gore, O Baanke Chhore”. He could make the feet dance with “Aplam Chaplam, Chaplaai Re. . .”, and he could have tears roll down with “Kat’te Hain Dukh Mein Ye Din”. He could make the hearts fly with “Bhool Jaayen Saare Gham”, and he could measure the anguish with “Ye Hasrat Thi Ke Is Duniya Mein Bas Do Kaam Kar Jaate”. He could whirl you around with “Shola Jo Bhadke. . .”, and could also bring you to a standstill with “. . . Preet Bani Hai Duniya Mein Mar Jaane Ke Liye”.

There is so much music here, that one wonders upon the journey of life. Maybe just that some are more human than others. . .

The lyrics for this song were sent in by our dear Prakash ji. The song is from the 1970 film ‘Rootha Na Karo’, one the very last few films done by C Ramchandra. The words are from the pen of Hasrat Jaipuri, and the singing voice is of Asha Bhosle. A pensive song, for which we are unable to locate a video clip. In fact I did a fast forward review of the film available online, but unless I missed it, I am not able to locate the song in the available film. For readers who may have seen this film, the request is to comment on the pictruization of this song.

‘Rootha Na Karo’ is a film from the banner of Nirmal Pictures, Bombay, directed by Sundar Dar. All the seven songs in this film are written by Hasrat Jaipuri. The star cast of the film is led by Shashi Kapoor and Nanda, along with Naaz, Rajendra Nath, Aruna Irani, Sulochana, Lakshmichaya, Jaishri Talpade, Saroj, Shobha, Tuntun, Mirza Musharraf, and Reeta amongst others.

A song of apprehensions – when the love is smooth, the subtle fear of betrayal and loss is always straying around the fringes. And the expressions of heart come out something like this song.

Song – Tumhare Rooth Jaane Se  (Rootha Na Karo) (1970) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Hasrat Jaipuri, MD – C Ramchandra
Chorus

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)

la la laa
la la la la lallal laa
la la la la la la la
la la la la la la la
hmmm hmmm hmmmmm
hmm…hmmm
hmm…hmmm
hmmm hmmm hmmmmm

tumhare rooth jaane se
to dil bechain rehtaa hai
jo tumne ae
bewafaai kee
na jaane haal kyaa hoga

tumhare saath chal kar
pyaar ki manzil pe aaye hain
tumharaa haath thaame
pyaar ke saahil pe aaye hain
mohabbat ki fizaaon mein
to hamne tumko poojaa hai
tumharaa naam le kar
pyaar ki mehfil mein aaye hain
tumhare rooth jaane se
to dil bechain rehta hai
jo tumne
bewafaai kee
na jaane haal kyaa hoga

hamein itnaa yakeen hai
tum hum hi se pyaar karte ho
agar hum aah bharte hain
to tum bhi aahein bharte ho
tumhaare do thikaane hain
jahaan par tumko dekhaa hai ae
tumhaare do thikaane hain
jahaan par tumko dekhaa hai
kabhi aankhon mein rehte ho
kabhi dil se guzarte ho
tumhare rooth jaane se
to dil bechain rehtaa hai
jo tumne
bewafaai kee..eee
na jaane haal kyaa hogaa
laa laa laaa

———————————————————
Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
———————————————————
ल ल ला
ल ल ल ल लल्लल ला
ल ल ल ल ल ला ला
ल ल ल ल ल ला ला
हम्मम हम्मम हम्ममममम
हम्मम॰॰हम्मम
हम्मम॰॰हम्मम

तुम्हारे रूठ जाने से
तो दिल बेचैन रहता है
जो तुमने बेवफाई की
तो जाने हाल क्या होगा

तुम्हारे साथ चल कर
प्यार की मंज़िल पे आए हैं
तुम्हारा हाथ थामे
प्यार के साहिल पे आए हैं
मोहब्बत की फिज़ाओं में
तो हमने तुमको पूजा है
तुम्हारा नाम ले कर
प्यार की महफिल में आए हैं
तुम्हारे रूठ जाने से
तो दिल बेचैन रहता है
जो तुमने बेवफाई की
तो जाने हाल क्या होगा

हमें इतना यकीं है
तुम हमी से प्यार करते हो’
अगर हम आह भरते हैं
तो तुम भी आहें भरते हो
तुम्हारे दो ठिकाने हैं
जहां पर तुमको देखा है
तुम्हारे दो ठिकाने हैं
जहां पर तुमको देखा है
कभी आँखों में रहते हो
कभी दिल से गुज़रते हो
तुम्हारे रूठ जाने से
तो दिल बेचैन रहता है
जो तुमने बेवफाई की
तो जाने हाल क्या होगा

ला ला ला॰॰॰


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