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Blog Day :

5190 Post No. : 17169

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2012-2022) – Song No. 104
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Ten years back on this date viz on 3rd October 2012, six songs from six different movies were covered on the blog. Here are the details:-

Blog post number Song Movie (Year) Remarks
6777 Apna hi ghar lutaane deewaana jaa raha hai Adl e Jahaangeer(1955) Movie YIPPEED by now
6778 Suno jee aankde ka dhandha Satta Baazaar(1959) 6 songs covered out of 8 by now
6779 Chori chori ik ishaara ho gaya hai Basant (1960) 12 songs covered out of 14 by now
6780 Jeena to hai par ae dil kahaan Paanch Dushman (1973) 2 songs covered out of 7 by now
6781 Dil kabhi tumne diya thha ye tumhe yaad rahe Rocky Mera Naam (1973) Movie YIPPEED by now
6782 Mere pea ko pawan kis gali le chali Ghulaami (1985) Movie YIPPEED by now

It can be noticed that three movies (out of six) whose songs were covered on the blog on this date ten years ago (3 October 2012) have since been YIPPEED in the blog. That leaves us with three movies that are still eligible for Blog Ten Year Challenge today (3 October 2022).

“Satta Baazaar”(1959) is one such movie.

“Satta Baazaar”(1959) was produced and directed by Ravindra Dave for Nagina Films, Bombay. The movie had eight songs in it. six songs have been covered so far.

Here is the seventh song from “Satta Baazaar”(1959) to appear in the blog. HFGK is silent about the identity of the singer. The song is clearly sung by Lata Mangeshkar. Hasrat Jaipuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji.

The song is picturised as a mujra dance song on Jeevankala. Narbada Shankar and Ramayan Tiwari (known as Tiwari) are also visible in the picturisation.

Lyrics of the song and other details were sent to me by Prakashchandra. He informs us that the eight and final song “Yeh duniya rang badalti hai samay ki chakki chalti hai” does not seem to be available online. I request our knowledgeable readers to help locate this song, if possible.

video link:

Song-Kehti hain meri aankhen ye jaadoo bhari aankhen (Satta Baazaar)(1959) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

kehti hain meri aankhein
ye jaadoo bhari aankhein
huaa hai tumse pyaa..aar
tumhaari yaad aaye
jiyaa ko tadpaaye ae

aaj dekho naachey ye pyaar ki haseenaa
jee pyaar ki haseenaa aan
khoye kis khayaalon mein
aayaa kyun paseenaa
khoye kis khayaalon mein
aayaa kyun paseenaa
nigaahein to milaao
jee pyaar na chhupaao
rangeeley dildaar
tumhaari yaad aaye
jiyaa ko tadpaaye
karein jee beqaraar
karein jee beqaraar
kehti hain meri aankhein
ye jaadu bhari aankhein
huaa hai tumse pyaa..aaar
tumhaari yaad aaye
jiyaa ko tadpaaye aey ae


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day :

5182 Post No. : 17159

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2012-2022) – Song No. 99
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Ten years back on this day i.e., on 25th September ’2012 the following songs were posted on the blog.

Blog post number Song Movie (Year) Remarks
6712 Aayi gori Raadhika Brij mein bal khaati Gopinath(1948) 4 songs out of 9 posted
6713 Lagan morey man ki balam nahin jaane Baabul (1950) Movie YIPPEED by now
6714 Har phool mein masti hai rangeen hai mausam Maaya Baazaar(1958) Movie YIPPEED by now
6715 Gusse mein tum aur bhi achchi lagti ho Chaar Darvesh(1964) 4 songs out of 7 posted
6716 Dulhan se tumhaara milan hoga Anokhi Raat (1968) Movie YIPPEED by now
6717 Jeevan mein tu darna nahin Khote Sikkey (1974) One song out of 3 posted
6718 Tere chehre mein wo jaadoo hai Dharmatma(1975) Movie YIPPEED by now
6719 Mere yaar ko mere Allah de ek chaand sa pyaara lalla Dacait(1987) One song out of 5 posted

We can from the above table that eight songs eight movies were represented on the blog on that day on 25.09.2012.

Out of these eight movies, so far, only four movies have been Yippeeee’ed on the blog. So, we have four movies available for today where we can present a song on the blog.

I am presenting a song from the movie ‘Khote Sikkey-1974’. One song from this movie was posted on the blog on this day ten years back. I think this song was my third lyrics contribution appearing on the blog. My first lyrics contribution was posted on the blog on 13.09.2012.

I was aware of this movie and its song jeewan mein tu darna nahin since my childhood days and when I become associated with this blog I shared this song then.

Few months back, I listened to the other songs from this movie. This movie ‘Khote Sikkey’ has only three songs. When I listened to the remaining two songs, I liked one of them very much and noted it down for my write-up. I was supposed to present it on a special occasion, but I got stuck up with my write-up, and so much so that it took me more than a month to come back to writing and send a post to Atul ji.
Well, I am not presenting that song today, and will present it later the blog with the same ‘thoughts’ I wish to present earlier. 😊

“Khote Sikkey-1974” was directed by Narendra Bedi for ‘Mewar Films, Bombay’.

It had Feroz Khan, Narendra Nath, Danny Dengzongpa, Ranjeet, Sudhir, Paintal, Kunwar Ajit, Ajit, Rehana Sultan, Madhuchhanda, Alka, Rajpal, V. Gopal, Johny Whisky, Bhushan Tiwari, Leela Mishra, Mamaji, Jimmy Sikandar, Rekha Chauhan, Raj Katyal, I. A. Pasha, Mansharam, S. Baghel, Trilok Sharma, Hamid, Harish, Kripa Shankar, Satyanarayan, Tilakraj, Khairati, Chandu, Uma Khosla, Manohar, Bhanumati, Kishan Mehta, Master Shaka, and others.

Satyen Kappu, Kamal Kapoor and Master Alankar made friendly appearances in this movie.

This movie had three songs penned by Majrooh Sultanpuri. Music for this movie was composed by R.D. Burman.

As mentioned above only one song from this movie have been posted on the blog earlier.

SNo Song-Title Singer/s Posted On
01 Jeevan mein tu darna nahin Kishore Kumar, chorus 25.09.2012

Today’s song – the second song from this movie – is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Usha Mangeshkar. Lyrics are by Majrooh Sultanpuri, and music is composed by R.D. Burman.

On screen the today’s song is lip-synced by Rehana and one other actress (whom I am unable to identify) and we can see Sudhir, Ranjeet, Danny, Paintal, Narendra Nath, and others enjoying this ‘mujra’ song, and we can see Feroz Khan (the Client Eastwood in this movie 😊 ) watching them or rather ‘keeping an eye on them all’ from behind the ‘curtains’…

Today 25th September 2022 is also the eighty-third birth anniversary of Feroz Khan (25 September 1939 – 27 April 2009) an actor, producer, and director and one among our many favourites of the seventies …

We pay our tributes to Feroz Khan and thank him for all the lovely memories of his movies he has left for us. Though he has no words or lyrics to perform in the today’s song he is still present there in this song and readers can still watch him in this song and remember this ‘one of his kind of actor’ of Hindi Cinema today.

Let us now enjoy today’s song ..


Song-Pyaari pyaari soorat waale (Khote Sikkey)(1974) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Usha Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD – R D Burman
Both

Lyrics

ho o o o o
pyaari pyaari ee
oye soorat waale
ho pyaari pyaari
ho ho soorat waale
arey haay mere allah
ho o itne saare
haay koyi to hans ke bulaaye
koyi palak maare re ae
haa aa aa aa pyaari pyaari
ho ho sooratwaale

main ye dil kisko doon
kuchh kahaa naa jaaye
haan aa ek anaar sau beemaar
haay re haay re haay

ho o o pyaari pyaari
o o soorat waale
arey haay mere allah
haan aa itne saare

idhar nain jodoon
yaa aa udhar jod doon oon
kise dekhoon jee bhar ke ae
kisey chhod doon

ho o o o
idhar nain jodoon
yaa aa udhar jod doon oon
haan aa aa kise dekhoon jee bhar ke ae
kisey chhod doon

o o jisko dekhoon
usi pe jiyaa lalchaaye
haan aa ek anaar sau beemaar
haay re haay re haay

ho o o
pyaari pyaari
ho ho soorat waale
arey haay mere allah
ho o itne saare
haay koyi to hanske bulaaye
koyi palak maare re ae

ho o o
pyaari pyaari
ho ho soorat waale ae

sabhi pyaar se maangen
nishaani meri ee ee ee

deewaani si thhokar khaaye
jawaani meri
ho o obscurity
sabhi pyaar se maange ae
nishaani meri ee

ho o o deewaani si thhokar khaaye
jawaani meri
ho o
kya karoon kya karoon
ab kahaa na jaaye

ho o o
ek anaar sau beemaar
haay re haay re haay
ho o o pyaari pyaari
ho ho o soorat waale
arey haay mere allah
ho o o itne saare

haay koyi to hanske bulaaye
haa haa haa
a haa haa haa
koyi to hanske bulaaye
koyi palak maare re ae

hoye ae ae
pyaari pyaari
ho ho soorat waale ae
arey haay mere allah
haan aa itne saare ae


This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day :

5121 Post No. : 17070

Today’s song is from the film Intezar ke baad-1947.

1947 was the year of our Independence and this was also the year in which the highest number of Hindi films were made-187 ! This record remained unbroken till 1985 when 187 Hindi films were made. That means from 1931 to 1984 – a span of more than 50 years – thi record remained unbeaten. Even for the All India film count of all languages was the highest till 1947 – it was 280 films. This of course was broken sooner when in 1949, a total of 291 films of all languages were made in the country.

When the quantity increases without a valid reason, it usually damages the quality.Although few landmark Hindi films were made in 1947, like Jugnu,Do Bhai, Dard, Mirza Sahibaan, Shehnai, Elaan, Parwana, Saajan, Neelkamal, Aap ki sewa mein,Meerabai (of M.S.Subbulaxmi), Naatak, Sidoor etc., most others were below par. This possibly happened as there was a deluge of migrating Muslim film artistes from India to Pakistan and they completed their films somehow to fulfil ther contractual responsibilities. Thus not much attention was given to quality, but to complete the film.

Intezar ke baad-47 was also one such film. Based on an unbelievable flimsy story, directed by a veteran of silent films and a lusterless musical score made this film an ordinary movie to remember. The film was directed by G.P.Pawar, a fall out of the silent era. The music was by Aziz Khan aka Aziz Hindi. A point to note was, however, that few old time artistes like Shantarin, Shanta Kumari and madhav kale etc. featured in the film. The cast, besides these artistes, consisted of Jeevan, Rahaman,Husn Ara, Gope, Rajkumar, madhukar gupte, Shanta Patel, Vijaya etc. The story of this film was….

The Zamindar of Ratanpur had no child for a long time. At last he got a charming daughter. His wife fought with him bitterly when he was drunk and left the home with the baby. She left the baby at the doorsteps of Dada patel- a kind gentleman and then she committed suicide. Eventually the baby grows up into a beautiful girl-Shama. The zamindar also adopts an orphan-Mohan, who too grows up.
A local merchant Fakirchand wants to marry his daughter Shaila to Mohan- who is a wayward wasted young boy and he wants to marry Shama. Shama loves another good person-Dr. Ajay who also loves her. The Dewan of the zamindar blackmails zamindar to expose that his son Mohan is actually the dewan’s own son. He also blackmails Dada patel to expose that Shama is not his daughter. When Mohan learns all this, he kills Dewan.
The police arrest him. In the court everything is exposed and Mohan is jailed for 2 years. Dr. Ajay and Shama get married. After Mohan comes out he is a reformed person. He gets married to Shaila. All’s well that ends well ( and the audience is happy that the film has ended ! ).

2 names from this film attracted me. One was actress Shanta kumari. To get some information on Shanta Kumari, I had spent a few years and had scanned several sources like books and sites etc. Finally, here is her information that I collated from several sources.

Miss Shanta Kumari , a forgotten name of early Bollywood, who championed in both silent and talkies (please do not confuse with the South Indian actress of the same era).
Miss Shanta Kumari was born in 1904 to a family of ten and entered silent movies at the age of sixteen (1920). She worked in 1920 s with the Sharada film company ( Kala Pahad, 1927) with Master Vitthal and later joined Delhi’s Great Eastern film company ( Bhai ki Kasai, 1928, Pilgrims of Love 1929, Kumud Kumari 1929). She later joined the Ranjit film company ( later Ranjit Movietone) and acted with Eddie Billimoria in Prince Charming (1930) & Castles in the Air (1930). In 1930 also she worked with Kohinoor Film Company for the movie Arya Kanya (1930). Since she was a very accomplished singer and dancer she hadn’t got any difficulty in entering Talkies and excelled in Talkies. She made her debut talkie with Shri Krishna Film Company’s Heer Ranjha (1931). Her some other memorable early Talkies were Lanka Dahan (1933), Hatim Tai (1933), Bulbul-e- Punjab(1933), Bhoola Shikar (1933), Aaj Kal (1934), Sinhasan (1934), Baal Hatya (1935)

Shanta Kumari was very beautiful. After her first Talkie film Heer Ranjha-1931, came many films, including 4 parts of the film Hatimtai-33, in which she was Heroine Husnbanu. In film Sant Tulsidas-34, she sang along with even G N Joshi, famous classical singer of those times and later on an officer in H.M.V. Recording section. Due to her good singing, till 1936 she sang on A.I.R. Bombay. In 1940, she got married to Sound Recordist Kothari. In the later period, she acted in some famous films like Bharat Milap-42, Ramrajya-43, Prithvi Vallabh-43, Gwalan-46, Ram Vivah-49 and Grih Laxmi-49. After a gap, she appeared in the film Toofan aur Diya-56. She acted in few C grade films and her last film was Toofani Tarzan-62. She acted in 27 films and sang 21 songs in 8 films. She died on 18-1-2006 ( information collated from Beete kal ke sitare by Shriram Tamrakar, MuvYz,interview by V S Nigam on medium.com and book The lost Treasure by K.Pasupuleti with thanks).

The other name was singer Munawar Sultana. There was an actress Munawar Sultana working in Indian films from 1941 (Khazanchi) to 1956 (Jallad), but she never sang and the singer Munawar Sultana never acted in any film-here or in Pakistan. Still, due to similarity in names, people mixed up these two artistes. Here is the singer’s information.

Munawar Sultana was a film playback singer of Pakistan active in the 1950s. She was born on 8-11-1924 at Lahore. She started her career in the mid-1940s as a radio and film playback singer. She used to take music lessons from the renowned music director Ghulam Haider. She started singing in Hindi films. She sang 25 songs in 14 Hindi films. The films were Shukriya-44,Dhamki-45, Behram Khan-46, Aai Bahar, Pagdandi-47, Mehendi, Intezar ke baad, Ek roz, But Tarash, Rooprekha, Reet, Patjhad, Chup chup ke and Barsat ki ek raat-48.

After independence of Pakistan in 1947, Lahore film industry had to rebuild itself because most of the Hindu film studio owners decided to migrate to India and they left Lahore, Pakistan. Music Director Ghulam Ahmad Chishti, Munawar Sultana and Inayat Hussain Bhatti are mostly credited with bringing the dead music industry of Lahore back to life again.She also worked with music directors Rashid Attre, Safdar Hussain besides Ghulam Haider and Baba Chishti to produce many super-hit film songs in the 1950s.

She continued to work at the Radio Station, Lahore and recorded many popular Punjabi folk songs there as well. Munawar Sultana was known for her melodious voice among the Pakistani public. In the late 1950s,she married the then Station Director of Radio Pakistan, Lahore-Ayub Roomani.

Her marriage coupled with arrival of new playback singers-especially Zubaida Khanum and Naseem Begum ended her singing career. She started focusing more on her family life and kids. She died on 20 May 1995 in Lahore,Pakistan. (Information adapted from pak.mag and IMDB, with thanks.)

Today’s song is sung by Munawar Sultana. This is the second song from this film here.


Song- Meri beete jawaani mastaani (Intezaar Ke Baad)(1947) Singer-Munawar Sultana, Lyricist- C.Zaman, MD- Aziz Khan Hindi

Lyrics

Meri beete
Meri beete jawaani mastaani
haaye Raama
mere baanke balam nahin aaye
Meri beete
Meri beete jawaani mastaani
haaye Raama
mere baanke balam nahin aaye
mera dhak dhak ye nanha sa dhadke jiya
mera dhak dhak
mera dhak dhak ye nanha sa dhadke jiya
joban aaya
joban aaya
magar tum na aaye piyaa
haan
joban aaya
joban aaya
magar tum na aaye piyaa
kaun roothhi jawaani ko manaaye
haaye
kaun roothhi jawaani ko manaaye
haaye Raama
mere baanke balam nahin aaye
Meri beete
Meri beete jawaani mastaani
haaye Raama
mere baanke balam nahin aaye

gore gaalon ka
gore gaalon ka rangat gulaabi gayi(?)
baanke naina mere ab sharaabi nahin
ab to saawan bhi man ko na bhaaye
haaye
ab to saawan bhi man ko na bhaaye
haaye Raama
mere baanke balam nahin aaye

haaye aana naa
aana naa
hai sooni nagariya meri
ab to lelo piyaa jee khabariya meri
haaye na aana
aana aana
hai sooni nagariya meri
ab to lelo piya jee khabariya meri
aag birha ki man ko jalaaye
haaye
aag birha ki man ko jalaaye
haaye Raama
mere baanke balam nahin aaye
Meri beete
Meri beete jawaani mastaani
haaye Raama
mere baanke balam nahin aaye


This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day :

5104 Post No. : 17043

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This Week, That Year – 10
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03Jul – 09Jul, 2012

OK so, another week. Just made it in time this time. 🙂

This thing about the ten year recalls and reminiscences, it surely brings up some very interesting  experiences. And I believe, the one connected with this week, will be one of the most interesting. Before getting into the numbers game, let me share this first.

Ten years back, as I was checking out and reviewing the activities on the blog for the seven day period – 3rd July to 9th July, 2012, I came across this very interesting exchange in the comments section of the one of posts of that week. It happened on the 8th of July. That day, as many as 6 posts were published. And the blog achieved a major milestone. The sixth song that got posted on that day is “Ye Wohi Geet Hai Jisko Maine”, in the voice of Kishore Kumar. The film is ‘Maan Jaaiye’ from 1972. The song is written by Naqsh Lyallpuri and the music is by Jaidev. With this post and song, the blog reached the 6200th milestone.

Writing on the occasion of completing 62 centuries, Atul ji had pointed out that the latest century (from 6101 to 6200) was achieved in 20 days. He also wrote that it was slower than the fastest that the blog had covered till then – which was sixteen days. But also that it was faster than the immediate preceding century (6001 to 6100) which had been accomplished in 27 days. The rest of the article with the post also makes a very interesting reading.

In the comments section, there is an exchange between Atul ji and myself, which is oh so pertinent for this 10 year recall of our own history. I reproduce the comments here verbatim, and I am sure you will see the immediate connection. I had written,

Oh wow,
another century already.

Atul ji,

Sometimes I do get caught unawares. 🙂

Congratulations – a wonder is unfolding, as we go on day by day, adding more to this wonderful collection. Mark my words, dear Atul ji and all other dear friends on this blog. Seven to ten years down the road, we will be viewing this as our own history, and will wonder . . . ‘Oh, did we really came up this path.’

Congratulations again, to ALL.

Rgds
Sudhir

To my observation, Atul ji had responded as follows,

Thanks.

You are right. If we can continue for ten years at this rate, then the collection of songs here, alongwith the nuggets of valuable informations being gathered will become a priceless source of reference for music lovers.

In the context of where we were at that time, this exchange would have been regarded as wishful thinking. We were about 4 years into this journey as of that date. Our view into the future was more an apprehension rather than an educated expression of planning and resolve. Reading this exchange from 10 years ago, and in the context of where we are today with this journey, we can very aptly term this as visionary. Ha. Sure. Was it really so visionary at that juncture? Of course we did not know. It was an instinctive expression of what-if-then kind of a thought in our minds.

But then reading these words after ten years, it really gives such an exhilarating feeling of triumph and realization – yes, we did make it, and we did make it in great style, with continued strength and sustained consistency for all to see. And more than just a wonder – we HAVE a blog that surely is – “a priceless source of reference for music lovers“.

In the post Atul ji had specifically pointed out that although the pace on the blog may not be chugging along as fast as he would like to (at that time), but that he was very happy with the consistency of effort and the great feeling of continued success that was brought in by the fact that our onward progression continued to bring up milestone after milestone on the blog. Yes, ‘exhilarating’ surely is the right word.

The pace has surely slowed down significantly. But the spirit of continuity and forward progress has never faltered. In four years we had breached the 6200th mark. In the ten years since, we have added almost another eleven thousand posts, another eleven thousand songs, which just wishful thinking back then. As I have written earlier also, we have run out of epithets and qualifiers for this ongoing wonderful journey of music.

And it continues. . . 😀

I return to the numbers game and the review of the postings from that week. The following table contains the day by day information of the posts from that week.

Blog Ten Year Challenge (2012-2022) Series
Sl. No. Movie Name Year HFGK NoS ASAD NoS Possible UT Deb/Yip Milestone Film Status Pending
3-Jul-12
1 Do Gunde 1959 6 7 Yippeee’d
2 Duniya Jhukti Hai 1960 8 3 Pending 5
3 Aplam Chaplam 1961 7 4 2 Pending-c 1+ 2 UT
4 Laal Kothi 1978 4 1 D Pending 3
5 Hum Paanch 1980 8 3 D Pending 5
6 Jawaani Deewaani 1972 6 6 Yippeee’d
7 Teri Kasam 1982 6 1 D Pending 5
4-Jul-12
1 Daasi 1944 11 7 Pending 4
2 Anaarkali 1953 12 12 Yippeee’d
3 Samundar 1957 8 8 Yippeee’d
4 Sehra 1963 8 8 Yippeee’d
5 Geet Gaaya Pattharon Ne 1964 9 9 Yippeee’d
5-Jul-12
1 Navrang 1959 12 12 Yippeee’d
2 Kavi Kaalidas 1959 9 10 Y Yippeee’d
3 Pyaar Ki Pyaas 1961 9 6 1 Pending-c 2+ 1 UT
4 Son of India 1962 9 9 Yippeee’d
5 Roop Sundari 1964 7 6 D Pending 1
6-Jul-12
1 Badi Bahu 1951 8 8 Yippeee’d
2 Taatar Ka Chor 1955 6 5 1 D Yc 1 UT
3 Naya Andaaz 1956 11 11 Yippeee’d
4 Pilpili Saahab 1954 9 5 Pending 4
5 Phoolon Ki Sej 1964 9 6 1 Pending-c 2+ 1 UT
6 Anokha Daan 1972 5 5 Yippeee’d
7-Jul-12
1 Hamaari Baat 1943 10 10 D Yippeee’d
2 Dulaari 1949 12 12 Yippeee’d
3 Minister 1959 6 3 Pending 3
4 Ramman 1954 10 5 D Pending 5
5 Shrimaan Satyawaadi 1960 7 7 Yippeee’d
6 Sant Gyaneshwar 1964 8 6 Pending 2
8-Jul-12
1 Gunjan 1948 9 4 1 D Pending-c 4+ 1 UT
2 Baazaar 1949 16 16 1 Yc 1 UT
3 Aankhen 1950 8 8 Yippeee’d
4 Doraaha 1952 8 5 Pending 3
5 Do Kaliyaan 1968 8 8 Yippeee’d
6 Maan Jaaiye 1972 3 3 BC – 6200 Yippeee’d
9-Jul-12
1 Baaz 1953 8 8 Yippeee’d
2 Laal Kunwar 1952 11 8 3 Yc 3 UT
3 Khilona 1970 6 6 Yippeee’d
4 Ladki Pasand Hai 1971 8 1 D Pending 7
5 Aahistaa Aahistaa 1981 8 5 Pending 3

As the table shows, a total of 40 songs were posted in that week, at a daily average of about 5.7 songs per day. Wow. What a powerhouse of energy it has been.

Another week of no repeats – meaning that 40 films got showcased that week. Of these, nine films had made their debut that week. And yes, during that week, one film was Yippeee’d. That is the 1959 film ‘Kavi Kaalidas’, which got Yippeee’d on 5th July of 2012. Since that week, during the past 10 years, another 21 of the 40 films that were represented, have been Yippeee’d.

About the decade preferences, here is the break up

1930s  –  (none)
1940s  –  6
1950s  –  16
1960s  –  10
1970s  –  6
1980s  –  2

As always, the distribution is obviously weighed down in the decades of 50s and 60s.

Of the 40 films from that week, 19 films still continue to have ‘Pending’ status. Of these 19 ‘Pending’ films, for 6 of them the Geet Kosh indicates that maybe all song were not released as gramophone records. We may not see a complete Yippeee status for these films

The song presented today is from the 1960 film ‘Duniya Jhukti Hai’. The songs of this film are from the pen of Rajendra Krishan and music is from the mind of Hemant Kumar. Just to remind readers – this is the film that contains the iconic popular song “Phoolon Se Dosti Hai Kaanton Se Yaari Hai”. This song was posted during the week under review – on 3rd July, 2012. Another very famous and popular song of this film is “Gumsum Sa Ye Jahaan, Ye Raat Ye Hawa”.

Our dear Arun ji has provided the following summary of this film,

DUNIYA JHUKTI HAI (1960) was a Wadia Movietone film, which was a surprise. Wadia Movietone was known only to make stunt or costume films of B grade. This was a social film trying to give a message that Evil work never pays.

Anyway, the producer/director was JBH Wadia himself and the music was by Hemant Kumar, ably assisted by Rizbert, his loyal companion of many movies. This Rizbert was from Goa and was an expert like other Goanese in film industry, in making notation based tunes.

One more interesting point about this film was that there were 3 Agha’s in this film. One was actor Agha Jan, the other was cinematographer Agha Hasham and the third was Agha Jani Kasmiri who wrote the story, screenplay and dialogues of the film.

Mohan is an honest to the core young man, in love with a girl. The girl ditches him by marrying some rich man. Mohan is frustrated and he becomes a gunda, joins a gang of a Boss whom no one has seen. He also changes his name to Bankelal. (Sunil Dutt).

One day this Banke saves a child Munna (Daisy Irani) from drowning and they become close friends as Munna has no father. Munna’s mother Laxmi (Shyama) does not approve this and warns Munna to keep away from Banke, as he is a gunda.

Munna falls ill and Banke visits him, promising him to reform and become a good man. He goes and surrenders to the police, but police want him to help them capture the Boss. The Boss is already looking for Banke as he does not want to lose him. He kidnaps Munna to blackmail Banke to return to his fold. There is a fight and when Banke is about to kill the Boss (BM Vyas), Laxmi reveals that Boss is Munna’s father. Boss runs away but is killed by the police.

Banke marries Laxmi and they live happily with Munna.

The song is a mujra song, which is performed on screen by Kumkum. The quality of the video is not great, and it is difficult to identify the other performers present in the scene. Dear Prakash ji has helped to identify the dancer Kumkum and two other performers present in this clip – Wasti and Kesar.

A wonderfully crafted song that has been performed equally well by Kumkum. A great reminder, and a great recall – where we were ten years ago, and what were our hopes and aspirations.

The lyrics for this song have been sent in by Prakash ji. Listen to this less heard, but a really beautiful melody.

Great memories.

 

Video

Audio

Song – Laagi Tumse Najariya Laagi, Najariya Laagi, Saanwariya Laagi Re  (Duniya Jhukti Hai) (1960) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Rajendra Krishan, MD – Hemant Kumar

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)

laagi tumse ae

laagi tumse najariyaa laagi
najariyaa laagi
saanwariyaa laagi re

dum bhar ko..oo
dum bhar ko padat nahin chaaina
lage kya naaina
ke nindiya bhaagi  re
laagi tumse najariyaa laagi
najariyaa laagi
saanwariya laagi re
laagi tumse ae ae

kat jaaye ab aankhon mein
har raat gin gin taare ae ae
katt jaaye ab aankhon mein
har raat gin gin taare
ae ishq tere haathon
hum jaan se bhi haare
begaane huye ae apne saare
laagi tumse ae
laagi tumse najariya laagi
najariya laagi
saanwariya laagi re
dum bhar ko padat nahin chaaina
lagey kya naaina
ke nindiya bhaagi  re
laagi tumse aey ae ae

mat poochh zindagi mein
ye pyaar kya kya laayaa..aa
mat poochh zindagi mein
ye pyaar kya kya laayaa..aa
aankhon mein ashq aaye
gham dil mein muskuraaya
ye ishq magar kab ghabaraaya
laagi tumse ae ae
laagi tumse najariya laagi
najariyaa laagi
saanwariya laagi re
dum bhar ko padat nahin chaaina
lagey kya naaina
ke nindiya bhaagi  re
laagi tumse aey ae ae

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir Kapur)
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लागि तुमसे॰॰ए

लागि तुमसे नजरिया लागि
नजरिया लागि
साँवरिया लागी रे

दम भर को॰॰
दम भर को पड़त नहीं चैना
लागे क्या नैना
के नींदिया भागी रे
लागि तुमसे नजरिया लागि
नजरिया लागि
साँवरिया लागी रे
लागि तुमसे॰॰ए

कट जाये अब आँखों में
हर रात गिन गिन तारे
कट जाये अब आँखों में
हर रात गिन गिन तारे
ए इश्क़ तेरे हाथों
हम जान से भी हारे
बेगाने हुए अपने सारे
लागि तुमसे॰॰ए
लागि तुमसे नजरिया लागि
नजरिया लागि
साँवरिया लागी रे
दम भर को पड़त नहीं चैना
लागे क्या नैना
के नींदिया भागी रे
लागि तुमसे॰॰ए॰॰ए

मत पूछ ज़िंदगी में
ये प्यार क्या क्या लाया
मत पूछ ज़िंदगी में
ये प्यार क्या क्या लाया
आँखों में अश्क आए
ग़म दिल में मुस्कुराया
ये इश्क़ मगर कब घबराया
लागि तुमसे॰॰ए
लागि तुमसे नजरिया लागि
नजरिया लागि
साँवरिया लागी रे
दम भर को पड़त नहीं चैना
लागे क्या नैना
के नींदिया भागी रे
लागि तुमसे॰॰ए॰॰ए


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Blog Day :

5099 Post No. : 17031

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2012-2022) – Song No. 61
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This date (4 july) ten years ago was 4 july 2012. The blog saw five songs from five different movies getting covered on that day. Here are the details:-

Blog post number Song Movie (Year) Remarks
6173 Wo din yaad karo Daasi (1944) 6 songs covered out of 11
6174 O aasmaan waale Anarkali (1953) Movie YIPPEED by now
6175 Aaja kahin se aa jaa dil ka qaraar le ke Samundar (1957) Movie YIPEED by now
6176 Ham hain nashe mein Sehra(1963) Movie YIPPEED by now
6177 Aa jaa jaan e jaan Geet Gaaya Pattharon Ne(1964) 8 songs covered out of 9

One can notice that three movies (out of five) whose songs were covered on 4 july 2012 have since been YIPPEED. That leaves us with two movies that are eligible for Blog Ten Year Challenge today on 4 July 2022.

“Geet Gaaya Pattharon Ne”(1964) is one of the BTYC eligible movies.

“Geet Gaaya Pattharon Ne”(1964) was produced and direted by V Shantaram for V Shantaram productions, Bombay. The movie had Rajhsree Shantaram, Jeetendra (new artist), Surendra,Bharati,K.Date,Mai Bhide,Nana Palshikar,C.H.Atma,Paresh Kumar,Dalvir,Parshuram,Kamaal, Babloo etc in it.

The movie had nine songs in it. Eight songs from the movie have already been covered in the blog.

Here are the details of the eight songs that have been covered so far:-

Blog Post number Song Posting date Singer(s)
3930 Geet gaaya pattharon ne Multiple version song 25 May 2011 Kishori Amonkar/ Asha Bhonsle, Mahendra Kapoor
5890 Tere khayaalon mein ham 28 april 2012 Asha Bhonsle
5917 Mandwe taley ghareeb ke do phool khil rahey hain 3 May 2012 C H Atma
6177 Aa jaa jaane jaan 4 July 2012 Asha Bhonsle
16152 Aayiye padhaariye 9 January 2021 Mahendra Kapoor, Asha Bhonsle
16941 Ek pal jo mila hai tujhko jeene ke liye 28 April 2022 C H Atma
16948 Jaane waale o mere pyaar 3 May 2022 Asha Bhonsle

Here is the ninth and final song from “Geeta Gaaya pattharon Ne”(1964). The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Hasrat Jaipuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ramlal.

Only audio of the song appears to be available. In case the song was picturised, it may have been picturised as a mujra song on Rajshree. I request our knowledgeabe readers to throw light on the picturisation of the song.

Lyrics of the song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

With this song, all the songs of “Geeta Gaaya pattharon Ne”(1964) are covered in the blog. The movie thus joins the list of movies that have been YIPPEED in the blog.

Audio link:

Song-Raat naujawaan jhoomta samaa (Geeta Gaaya Pattharon Ne)(1964) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Ramlal

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

raat naujawaan aan
jhoomtaa samaa aan aa
raat naujawaan aan aa
jhoomtaa samaa..aan aa
dar kaisaa dil daaon pe lagaa
jeet bhi yahaan aan aa
haar bhi yahaan aan aa
dar kaisaa dil daaon pe lagaaa
dar kaisaa dil daaon pe lagaaa

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

duniyaa kyaa hai juye ka aashiyaanaa
duniyaa kyaa hai juye ka aashiyaanaa
chaal jab chal dee to kaahey pachchtaanaa
haar mein pyaar hai ae ae aey ae aey ae ae aey ae ae
haar mein pyaar hai
pyaar mein bahaar hai
dar kaisaa dil daaon pe lagaa
raat naujawaan aan aa
jhoomtaa samaa..aan.aaa
dar kaisaa dil daaon pe lagaa..aaa
dar kaisaa dil daaon pe lagaa

aaa..aaa…aaaa..aa
aaa..aaa…aaa….aaaa aa

apnaa to apnaa hai dushman ho raazi
apnaa to apnaa hai dushman ho raazi
baazi usee ki jo ley jaaye baazi
isee mein jeet hai ae aey ae aey ae aey ae ae aey ae ae
isee mein jeet hai ae
jeet mein sangeet hai
dar kaisaa dil daaon pe lagaa
raat naujawaan.. aan.. aa
jhoomtaa samaa..aaan..aaa
dar kaisaa dil daaon pe lagaa
jeet bhi yahaan aan aa
haar bhi yahaan aan aa aa
dar kaisaa dil daaon pe lagaa
dar kaisaa dil daaon pe lagaa…aaa


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day :

5097 Post No. : 17028

Today’s song is from the movie ‘Nirdosh-1973’.

‘Nirdosh-1973’ was directed by S.M. Sagar for ‘Nav Sampati Productions, Bombay’. It was produced by Nariman.H.Baria and A. Khaliq
This movie has Vinod Mehra, Yogita Bali, Padma Khanna, Mehmood Junior, Iftekhar, Nazneen, Mohan Choti, Sujit Kumar, Mumtaz Begum, Lalita Kumari, Kuljeet, Yograj, Lakhanpal, Saidul Hasan, Yunus Parvez, Shivraj, Dilip Dutt, Pardesi, O.N. Mehrotra, Chanchal Kumar, Amir Ali, Mohan Shery, C.S. Dubey, Murad, Shyamu, Bramhchari and others.

Story, screenplay, and dialogues of this movie were written by Aziz Qaisi. Editing of this movie was done by P.S. Wagle.

This movie has four songs in it that were written by Asad Bhopali and they were composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal.

This movie made its debut on the blog on 09.06.2012 i.e. ten years back with its song ‘Koyi mantar maar de aisa koyi jantar…’. The second song from this movie was posted on the blog on 28.12.2012 and this song was ‘ho koyee pyaar se tohe dekhe sanwariyaa’.

The first song of this movie posted on the blog was an Asha Bhonsle solo song and the second song was a duet by Asha Bhonsle and Mohd Rafi.

This movie completed its ten-year run on the blog recently on 09.06.2022. However, it missed the posting of a song from it under the ‘blog ten-year challenge’. But that does not prevent us from discussing a song from this movie and listening it today.

Just for information ten years back on 09.06.2012 there were three songs were posted on the blog as summarised below:-.

Song Movie title(Year) Remarks
Aayi pari rang bhari kissne pukaaraa Do Phool(1958) All songs covered
Kalpana ke ghan baraste Amar Jyoti(1965) 6 of 9 songs posted
Koyi mantar maar de aisa koyi jantar.. Nirdosh(1973) 2 of 4 songs posted

Out of the three movies represented on the blog on 09.06.2012 only one movie viz. ‘Do Phool-1958’ has been ‘Yippeeee’ed’ on the blog.

‘Amar Jyoti-1965’ and ‘Nirdosh-1973’ are yet to be YIPPEED.

Incidentally movies with title ‘Amar Jyoti’ were also released in ‘1936’ and ‘1984’. None of these movies with the name ‘Amar Jyoti’ have been YIPPEED so far.

Movies with the title ‘Nirdosh’ were made in ‘1941’ and ‘1950’ and ‘1973’. it is the movie of the most recent vintage viz 1973 that is being discussed today. None of these ‘Nirdosh’ have been ‘Yippeeee’ed’ on the blog 😊
That gives an opportunity to bring these titles closer to their journey of ‘Yippeeee-land’.

So, today, I am presenting herewith a song from the ‘1973’ – ‘Nirdosh’.

Lyrics of today’s song have been sent by Prakashchandra. When I received his mail and read the movie name ‘Nirdosh’, I became curious to know about the songs of this movie since I had no recollection about the title and its songs.

After listening to the songs of this movie, I realised that the song ‘ho koyee pyaar se tohe dekhe sanwariyaa’ has a familiar ring to it. I might have listened to this song on radio or elsewhere earlier.
Sujit Kumar and others can also be seen in the picturisation.

As mentioned above lyrics of the today’s song is written by Asad Bhopali and music is composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal.

Let us now enjoy today’s song …

Video

Audio

Song-Tujhe khanjar se kya maaroon (Nirdosh)(1973) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Asad Bhopali, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

Tujhe khanjar se kyaa maaroon
ek nazar hai kaafi ee
tujhe khanjar se kyaa aa maaroon
ek nazar hai kaafi
mere sajnaa…aa ….aa
sun teri khataa ki nahin hai maafi ee ee ee
tujhe khanjar se kyaa maaroon
ek nazar hai kaafi
tujhe zindaa aa kaise chhodoon
hogi na-insaafi ee ee ee
tujhe khanjar se kyaa maaroon
ek nazar hai kaafi ee

main kaun hoon oon
ye jaan le ae ae
achchhi tarah
pehchaan le ae ae
pehle ae
haaye
pehle ae ae kabhi dekhaa to hai ae
ye keh de
itnaa maan le
zulfein bhi hain lehraayi si
aankhein bhi hain sharmaayi si
ye husn aur ye baankpan
us pe qamar bal khaayi si
aur tere mar mitne ko ye
baali umar hai kaafi ee
tujhe khanjar se kyaa maaroon
ek nazar hai kaafi
mere sajnaa aa
sun teri khataa ki nahin hai maafi ee ee ee
tujhe khanjar se kyaa maaroon
ek nazar hai kaafi ee

o o raat ke ae mehmaan aa aa
dil mein aen hai kyaa
armaan aa aa
jo baat
haan
jo baat kal dushwaar thhi
wo aaj hai aasaan aa
tere gale lag jaaungi
kaam apnaa bhi kar jaaungi
taskeen bhi doongi tujhe
dil bhi teraa tadpaaoongi
tere sitam ka
aaj bhi mere dil pe asar hai baaki ee
tujhe khanjar se kyaa maaroon
ek nazar hai kaafi
mere sajnaa…aa
sun teri khataa ki nahin hai maafi ee
tujhe khanjar se kyaa maaroon
ek nazar hai kaafi ee
tujhe zindaa aa
kaise chhodoon hogi na-insaafi ee ee
tujhe khanjar se kyaa maaroon
ek nazar hai kaafi ee


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Blog Day :

5079 Post No. : 17002

“Nadirshah”(1968) was produced and directed by S N Tripathi. The movie had Feroz Khan, Naaz, Sheikh Mukhtar, Murad, Minoo, Mumtaz, Hiralal etc in it.

The movie had seven songs in it. Six songs from the movie have been covered in the past.

Here are the details of the song that have been covered in the blog so far :-

Blog post number Song Singer(s) Date of post
4925 Mohammad Shah rangeeley re Rafi, Suman Kalyanpur 1 November 2011
7456 Phoolon taley ham tumse miley Lata Mangeshkar 6 February 2013
7528 Sitam hai subah ka aalam Lata Mangeshkar, Rafi 20 Februray 2013
7534 Jang insaaniyat ki dushman hai Mahendra Kapoor 21 February 2013
7555 Kaahe ko byaahi bides Suman Kalyanpur, Shyama Hemmadi 25 February 2013
16998 Hai meri mohabbat jo gunehgaar…daata tere ghar Suman Kalyanpur 11 June 2022

Here is the seventh and final song from “Nadirshah” (1968) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Suman Kalyanpur. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by S N Tripathi.

The video is not clear. The song is picturised as a mujra dance song in a raj darbaar. The video is not clear. The dancer performing on the song appears to be Mumtaz to me. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify her.

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

With this song, all the seven songs of the movie have been covered in the blog. With this, “Nadirshah”(1968) joins the list of movies that have been YIPPEED in the blog.


Song-Saaqiyaa bahaar aayi jhoom jhoom (Nadirshah)(1968) Singer-Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-S N Tripathi

Lyrics

saaheba jashne tarab
saaz mubaarak baashad
jalwe aeshaj aagaaz mubaarak baashad

saaqiya
saaqiya
saaqiya bahaar aayi jhoom jhoom
saaqiya
bahar aayi jhoom jhoom
rut hai deeweani jaise nayi ho jawaani
rut hai deewaani jaise nayi ho jawaani
bhanwara lubhaaye kali choom choom saaqiya
sqaqiya
bahaqr aayi jhoom jhoom
saaqiyaa

aa aa aa aa aa
hai zamaana shabaab par saaqi
kya khaban hai sharaqb par saaqi
o o o o
humri kaaklkha(?) pe aakar
daal de maahtaab par saaqi
daal de maahtaab par saaqi
saqqiya
saaqiya
bahaar aayi jhoom jhoom
saaqiya
sakiya bahar aayi jhoom jhoom
bhanwara lubhaaye kali
bhanwara lubhaaye kali choom choom
saaqiya

sabka(?) ye husn mile
jaam pe jaam chale
pyaar ki bazm saje
murjhaaye dil bhi khiley
kamsini teri sahar
sun to ae shokh e nazar
kamsini teri sahar
sun to ae shokh e nazar r r r
mausam e gul hain ghame zipt(?) ke sahne waale
aish kar aish yahaan
kehte hain kehne waale


kar le kuchh sair ae chaman
karle kuchh sair ae chaman
daur ae khiza ae pahle
sabka ab ??is rang pe rahne waale
mast hain hawaayen jaise pyaar ki hon raahen
mast hain hawaayen jaise pyaar ki hon raahen
dilwaale jaaye jahaan ghoom ghoom
saaqyaa bahaar aayi jhoom jhoom
saaqiya
aa aa aa aa
sakiya
aa aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aaa
aa aa aa 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 other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

This is his 500th article contribution in the blog.

Blog Day :

5008 Post No. : 16908

#The Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # # Daadaa-1978#
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If we look at the statistics of the movies released in the decade of seventies i.e., 1971-1980, and the total number of songs, the count as per HFGK is around eight thousand songs from 1327 movies ( including 1243 released movies+ Unreleased movies + movies in other languages of the ‘Hindi Belt’ of India).
Out of these eight thousand plus songs we have so far covered 2586 songs on the blog. That is not even near the half-way mark, and it means that we still have a long way to go to bring all the songs of this decade (1971-980) on the blog.

It would be interesting to know year-wise movies released and movies introduced on the blog, and the movies yet to be introduced on the blog. We are certainly going to have these statistics in the future posts on the blog. Till now we have done this exercise for the years ‘1971’ and ‘1972’.

We might have covered many of the popular songs of this era on the blog and there might also be many ‘surprises’ yet to come on the blog. The remaining songs from such movies i.e., the songs other than the most well-known songs yet to be posted on the blog would also have some ‘surprises’ which we are yet to listen to and enjoy.

For instance, take the case of today’s movie which is ‘Daadaa-1978’. It was one of the successful movies of ‘1979’ (I guess it was released in the theatres in end 1978 or in early 1979. It was passed by Censor Board on 30.11.1978).

Two most well-known songs from this movie which are ‘dil ke tukde tukde karke muskuraa ke chal diye’ and ‘allah karam karna maula tu reham karna’ have been posted on the blog. Ever since, this movie is waiting for its third song to appear on the blog and this wait has become more than ten years long.

Today I am presenting a song from this movie which is a beautiful reminder of the music of the ‘seventies’. I landed on this song via other song from the same movie. When I read the title of this (today’s) song it didn’t ring any bells, but when I listened to the song, I immediately recalled that I had heard this song before. This song was a popular enough song of its days.

I have vague memories of watching this movie with my parents and younger brothers. I didn’t remember this movie completely now except for few of its’ songs. But our favourites then were ‘gaddi jaandi hai chhalaangaa maar di’ and ‘allah karam karna maula tu reham karna’. I remember I didn’t like this song ‘dil ke tukde tukde karke’ then and it was very irritating to hear it on radio or around on loudspeakers. However, this song brought the ‘Filmfare’ award of ‘Best Male Playback Singer to Yesudas and it was on number ten in the annual list of ‘Binaca Geetmala of 1979’.

“Daadaa-1978” was directed by Jugal Kishore for ‘Jugal Productions Combine, Bombay’.
Jugal Kishore was also the producer of this movie.

It had Vinod Mehra, Bindiya Goswami, Shashi Puri, Madhu Malini, Amjad Khan, Indrani Mukherjee, Jayshree T., Jeevan, Seema Deo, Ramesh Deo, Jagdeep, Rajendra Nath, Raza Murad, Satyen Kappu, Vijaya Choudhary, Mohan Choti, Maruti, Mohan Shery, Sheikh, Baby Pallavi, Coka Cola, Ramavatar, Shyam Kumar, Ratan Gaurang, Manmauji and many others.

Story of this movie was written by Dr. Hari Zutshi and screenplay was written by Aryan and Tejnath Zar.
Tejnath Zar also wrote the dialogues for this movie.

Editing of this movie was done by Y.G. Chavan.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 30.11.1978.

This movie had five songs- all written by five different lyricists viz. Asad Bhopali, Ravindra Jain, Kulwant Jani, Mahendra Dehalvi, Gauhar Kanpuri.
(I think that using the five separate lyricists for five songs surely paid of for this movie as all of them turned out to be good compositions).

Music for this movie was composed by Usha Khanna.

Mohd Rafi, Yesudas, Shailendra Singh, Hemlata, Dilraj Kaur, and Suman Kalyanpur had given their voices to the songs in this movie.

Here is the list of songs of this movie.

SNo Song Title Singer/s Lyricist Posted On
01 Gaddi jaandi ae chhalaangaa maardi Rafi, Shailendra Singh, Dilraj Kaur, Hemlata Ravindra Jain
02 Dil ke tukde tukde kar ke muskuraa ke chal diye Yesudas Kulawant Jani 14.07.2009
03 Hamne maana hampe sajan jobanwa bharpoor hai Suman Kalyanpur Mahendra Dehalvi Being covered today
04 Allah karam karna, maula tu reham karna Suman Kalyanpur Gauhar Kanpuri 16.12.2011
05 Bemurawwat tumhe samjhenge zamaanewaale … parde mein koyi Rafi, Shailendra Singh Asad Bhopali

Today’s song is sung by Suman Kalyanpur and is a ‘mujra’ song highly enjoyable and having a catchy tune. On screen it is Jayshree T. performing on this song and we can see Amjad Khan and Jeevan and others in the picturisation of this song.

(Incidentally I am coming across many Jayshree T. songs nowadays and have shared some of them recently on the blog 😊 )

This movie also brough a Filmfare award to Amjad Khan in the category of ‘Best Supporting actor’.

However, it was Amjad Khan’s performance which was the highlight of this movie with other ‘ingredients’ like the story, presentation of it on screen, catchy music and with screen presence of other actors like Vinod Mehra, Shashi Puri, Bindiya Goswami, Madhu Malini and others making this movie a perfect ‘blend’ of action, romance, friendship, and entertainment to watch on the big screen. And this movie ranked on number fifteen among the highest grossing Hindi movies of ‘1979’ (as per IMDB).

I am not going into the detail of the story of this movie as Atul ji and Sudhir ji has covered a lot about the movie in their write-ups while presenting the songs ‘dil ke tukde tukde karke muskuraa ke chal diye’ and ‘allah karam karna maula tu reham karna’ on the blog.

Let us now enjoy the today’s peppy number which I think is inspired from a ‘Bhojpuri song’. Lyrics for the today’s song are by Mahendra Dehalvi.

The engrossing voice in the today’s song is of Suman Kalyanpur and music is by Usha Khanna.

Enjoy the entertaining music of the ‘seventies’ 😊 which I am sure will take many of us to down memory lane …

Video

Audio

Song-Hamne maana hampe saajan jobanwa bharpoor hai (Daada)(1978) Singer-Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics-Mahendra Dehalvi, MD-Usha Khanna

Lyrics

hamne maana hampe saajan
jobanwaa bharpoor hai ae
hamne maana hampe saajan
jobanwaa bharpoor hai
ee to mahimaa raam ki
ee maa hamra ka kasoor hai
ee to mahimaa raam ki
ee maa hamra ka kasoor hai

saal solvaa laaga hamko
ee to ham bhi jaanat hai
hamri bagiyaa mahke phoolwaa
ee to ham bhi maanat hai
chingaari se aag bhaye ham
sach ee baat zaroor hai ae
chingaari se aag bhaye ham
sach ee baat zaroor hai
ee to mahimaa raam ki
ee maa hamra ka kasoor hai
ee to mahimaa raam ki
ee maa hamra ka kasoor hai

daar ke kajraa
khaa ke gilauri
ham jis ore nikal jaayen
thhan jaaye hai deewaanon mein
chakku chhuriyaan chal jaaye
saara shahar hai aashiq hamraa
hamkaa bahut garoor hai ae
saara shahar hai aashiq hamraa
hamkaa bahut garoor hai
ee to mahimaa raam ki
ee maa hamra ka kasoor hai
ee to mahimaa raam ki
ee maa hamra ka kasoor hai

pehle gaunaa karwaayile
phir sun meethhi batiyaan
sabka thhengaa dikhlaayike
lag gayi hai tohri chhatiyaan
abhoo paas na aao hamre
abhoo dilli door hai ae
abhoo paas na aao hamre
abhoo dilli door hai
ee to mahimaa raam ki
ee maa hamra ka kasoor hai
ee to mahimaa raam ki
ee maa hamra ka kasoor hai

hamne maana hampe saajan
jobanwaa bharpoor hai ae
hamne maana hampe saajan
jobanwaa bharpoor hai
ee to mahimaa raam ki
ee maa hamra ka kasoor hai
ee to mahimaa raam ki
ee maa hamra ka kasoor hai


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Blog Day :

4983 Post No. : 16867

Hullo Atuldom

“Five Rifles” (1974) was produced and directed by I.S. Johar. I think it was also written by I.S.Johar. Anyone who used to see the movies in the 70s will recall that the male actors – won’t call them protagonist or heroes- were look-alikes of Shashi Kapoor and Rajesh Khanna; credited in the movie’s titles as Shahi Kapoor and Rakesh Khanna. The others in the cast were Ambika Johar (in a double role), Veena, D.K. Sapru, Murad, Kamal Kapoor (in one of his many videshi, police commissioner acts), Anil Johar, Satyadeep etc. and I.S. Johar, of course. The songs of the movie were written by Rajinder Krishan and Indeevar. The movie had five songs and the blog has the following two of them:-

Song Date of post
Jhoom baraabar jhoom sharaabi 30 june 2009
Tera husn allah allah tera roop raam raam 6 June 2018

Avinashji has written a lot of details, about the film, in this post

I don’t recall if I had seen this movie at the time of its release (maybe I had) but saw the movie recently and felt that it spoke about too many things. I.S. Johar had ‘Nashabandi’ (prohibition on sale of liquor), ‘Nasbandi’ (family planning movement of the 70s), freedom-struggle, corrupt ‘Senapati’ of some unnamed kingdom who helps the foreign ruler dethrone the Maharaja etc. all in the story of this movie. Additionally, there was an extended climax which went from the plains to the snow-capped hills in North India with snowmobiles etc. Plus all the gorillas/apes that kept popping here-there-everywhere through the movie. And weird cars which split from the middle, suddenly become flying cars, and amphibians. Just too many things in one movie for the audience to digest; in addition to the two look-alikes and a non-acting heroine. God, I sat through it to see what the song-and-dance was all about. Oh I forgot, a song from “Johar Mehmood in Goa” (1965) was used in the scene where the Apes helping the freedom-fighters are being escorted to Jail.

Today we are having a song where we see Inder Sen Johar (read somewhere that he was Inderjeet Singh Johar, whichever is correct) disguised as a dancer out to hoodwink the ‘Daaroga’ and breaking into a mujra singing in Asha Bhonsle’s voice. There is another girl dancing in a black dress outwitting the hawaldars who have accompanied the Daaroga.

I.S. Johar, born on 16th february 1920, was an M.A. in Economics & Politics and before completing LLB. He was born in modern day Pakistan, got stuck in Patiala at the time of partition and could never return. He made his debut in Bollywood in 1949 and also appeared in a few international projects. He was seen in comic roles with tongue-in-cheek dialogues and did serious roles too with subtle ironic or frankly sarcastic jibes at Indian customs, mores, superstitions and institutions. It is 38 years since his passing and 10th March is his anniversary.


Song-Malmal mein badan mora chamke (Five Rifles)(1974) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

aa aa aa aa aa aa aa
malmal mein badan mora chamke
jobanwa damke
sajanwa kaise chhupaoon haaye haaye
malmal mein badan mora chamke
jobanwa damke
sajanwa kaise chhupaoon haaye haaye
kaise chhupaoon gori baahein
ye tirchhi nigaahein
jawaani ki adaayein
malmal mein
malmal mein badan mora chamke
jobanwa damke
sajanwa kaise chhupaoon haaye haaye

resham ki maine choli mangaai
resham ki maine choli mangaai
do pal tann par bhi tikne na paayi
ho toot gayi dori jo
li angdaayi
toot gayi dori jo
li angdaayi
huyi aisi halchal
huyi aisi halchal
mangani padi malmal
malmal mein
malmal mein badan mora chamke
jobanwa damke
sajanwa kaise chhupaoon haaye haaye

hoke jawaan maine bada dukh paaya
hoke jawaan maine bada dukh paaya
dekhe buri aankh se apna paraaya
kaahe ye jawaani aayi
kaahe ye shabaab aaya
kaahe ye jawaani aayi
kaahe ye shabaab aaya
huyi aisi halchal
huyi aisi halchal
mangaani padi malmal haay
malmal mein
ho malmal mein badan mora chamke
jobanwa damke
sajanwa kaise chhupaaoon haaye haaye
kaise chupaoon gori baahein
ye tirchhi nigaahein
jawaani ki adaayein
malmal mein
malmal mein badan mora chamke
jobanwa damke
sajanwa kaise chhupaoon haaye haaye


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Blog Day :

4924 Post No. : 16759

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2012-2022) – Song No. 06
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This day ten year ago (viz on 10 January 2012) saw five songs from five different movies getting discussed on the blog. Here are the details:-

blog post number Song Movie (Year) Remarks
5275 Chaand bhi koi deewaana hai Apna Ghar Apni Kahaani (1968) 4 songs covered out of 6 so far
5276 Tu jo mere sur mein Chitchor (1976) Fourth and final song of the movie. Movie YIPPEED with this song.
5277 Zidd na karo ab to ruko Lahu Ke Do Rang (1979) 4 songs covered so far out of 8
5278 Jaanm jaanam tera mera pyaar naya hai Saawan Ko Aane Do(1979) Movie YIPPEED by now
5279 Sapna dekhen mere khoye khoye naina Anand Mahal (1977) Only this song from the movie has been covered in the blog so far

As we can see, “Apna Ghar Apni Kahaani”(1968)aka “Pyaas”(1968) is one of the movies that is eligible for Blog Ten Year Challenge today.

“Apna Ghar Apni Kahaani”(1968) was Produced by Rajnath Kochhar and directed by Phani Majumdar for Rachna Films, Bombay. The movie had Sudhir, Mumtaz, Madhumati, Shekher, Bina Rai, Bela Bose, Brahm Bhardwaj, David Abraham, Kesto Mukherjee, Keshav Rana, Baby Farida, Shivajibhai, Pradip Das Gupta, Anil etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Four songs have been covered so far.

As blog ten year challenge, here is another song from “Apna Ghar Apni Kahaani”(1968). This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Qamar Jalalabadi is th lyricist. Music is composed by N Datta.

The song is picturised as a mujra song on Madhumati. Shekhar and Keshav Rana are also visible in the picturisation.

Lyrics of the song and other details were sent by Prakashchandra.
With this song, Qamar Jalalabadi completes 400 songs in the blog as a lyricist.


Song-Peena haraam hai na pilaana haraam hai (Apna Ghar Apni Kahaani)(1968) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Qamar Jalalabadi, MD-N Datta

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

kisi ki peene ka
yoon intezaam
kar denge aen aen aen
milaa ke ??
?? ko jaam
kar denge
aaan aan aaan aaan aaan aaan

peenaa haraam hai
peenaa haraam hai
na pilaanaa haraam hai
peenaa haraam hai
na pilaanaa haraam hai
peene ke baad hosh mein aanaa haraam hai ae
peenaa haraam hai na pilaanaa haraam hai

nazrein milaanaa jurm agar a a a a
nazrein milaanaa jurm agar hai to ho magar a a
nazrein milaanaa jurm agar hai to ho magar
iss bazm mein
iss bazm mein
nazar na milaanaa haraam hai
peene ke baad hosh mein aanaa haraam hai ae
peenaa haraam hai na pilaanaa haraam hai

insaan ke dil ko pyaar khudaa ne ae ae ae
insaan ke dil ko pyaar khudaa ne ataa kiyaa
insaan ke dil ko pyaar khudaa ne ataa kiyaa
kis ne kahaa
kis ne kahaa ke pyaar jataanaa haraam hai
peene ke baad hosh mein aanaa haraam hai ae
peenaa haraam hai na pilaanaa haraam hai

maanaa ke tum naye ho
o o o o
maanaa ke tum naye ho
mere bazme-e-naaz mein aen
maanaa ke tum
naye ho mere bazm-e-naaz mein
ek baar
ek baar aa gaye ho to jaanaa haraam hai
peene ke baad hosh mein aanaa haraam hai ae
peenaa haraam hai na pilaanaa haraam hai
peene ke baad hosh mein aanaa haraam hai ae ae
peenaa haraam hai na pilaanaa..aaa haraam hai


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