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Several years ago, I read a tale that made my blood boil. It was about a 96 year old lady, whose palatial house was snatched away forcibly from her by greedy land grabbers and she was forced to stay in the servant quarters of her own prime property. She was no ordinary lady either. she was the first female IAS officer of India.

When media got wind of this fact, the people who had usurped her property hurriedly brought her back to the mansion to “prove” to the media that she was very much the “owner” of her property.

Law abiding people earn some amount for their living and then try to live within them. Then there are some ambitious people who work hard and improve their earning and rise in economic status. They still live within their earning.

Then there are people who do not have the capability to earn more from honest means but they would still want to get rich. The easiest way to get rich for them is to befriend a rich person and rob him/ her of her property once he/she gets weak due to age/ retirement/ sickness etc. That is what happened with Isha Basant Joshi.

This happens not only with individuals but can happen with organisations too. Take the current case of BCCI vis a vis ICC and other cricket boards.

BCCI (board of control for cricket in India), which was one of the junior partner of ICC before the liberalisation of Indian economy , is now the biggest contributor of revenue to ICC. One of the major sources of earning for ICC is by organising international tournament. Selling TV broadcast rights for these tournaments is the major source of earning for ICC.

TV broadcast company buys right to organise these tournaments hoping to earn good amount by selling ad space during telecast time. India, because of its vast population (a few times bigger than all other cricket playing and watching nations combined), is easily the biggest chunk of target audience for companies that want to buy ad space during the telecast of matches of these tournaments. It is estimated that TV broadcasters earn 70 % of their entire ad revenue for Indian TV audience.

And this Indian TV audience eagerly watches these matches because Indian team participates in these tournaments and more often than not still survives in the tournament there till the final few matches in the tournaments.

One can say that TV company bids for these telecast rights mainly because they have the assurance that this vast Indian cricket viewing public would watch the tournament matches and will bring them the bulk of their ad revenue.

Now suppose India decides not to participate in the tornament. Then what ! The TV broadcast right owner becomes jittery because they know that their revenue from that tournament would reduce drastically. Indian TV audiences would lose interest in watching cricket matches if Indian team is not participating in that tournament.

Put in simple terms, Indian cricket watching public contributes about 70 % of the entire revenue that ICC gets from TV rights. So if ICC were an organisation and its constituent bodies as its employees then BCCI is the employee that helps earn the highest percentage of revenue for its employee.

ICC then shares a part of this money received from the broadcaster among its constituent boards.

In the original “big three ” arrangement in 2014, BCCI, ECB and CA got higher share of the revenue while other board members got lower amount. The figures were based on what the respective board helped earn to the ICC, mainly through the TV rights.

Now, in the recent ICC meet in april 2017, BCCI were dealt an unexpected blow. The big three model was dismantled. Other two members of big three did not lose any amount, and the remaining boards got more money, while BCCI’s share was drastically reduced. From $ 440 millions in the 8 years cycle, their share was reduced drastically to $ 287 millions. Every one else profited at the cost of BCCI so others happily voted in favour of the proposal, with BCCI being the only one voting against it. In effect, everyone ganged up and robbed the one member that helped bring the maximum revenue to ICC.

When it comes to ICC sharing its ad revenue, one would expect the teams to share them in more or less in the same proportion in which they contribute in generating it. But no, not at all. Boards that do not contributeeven 1 % of total ad revenue want to get 4 % each from ICC. All these non performing boards ganged up together and voted to enhance their revenue and voted to reduce BCCI’s share. Boards that do not contribute even 1 % will get 4 %, whereas BCCI that helps contribute 70 % and which was assured of 22 % revenue just three years ago, had now been voted down 8-1 to receive just 11 %. In others words, eight boards ganged up to vote themselvs higher amount than what they were getting three years ago, while they voted down BCCI’s share to half. They also preached that it was BCCI’s reponsibility to help globalisation of cricket so the hefty $ 280 millions share of BCCI has been chopped off. But none of these boards themselves are prepared to take a cut of even one penny to help globalise cricket. So in effect, they are behaving like the land grabbers who want to rob a rich land owner of his property and make him their slave who would them be required to work hard so that these parasites could live off his labour. It is like that hapless lady whose estate was usurped by crooks.

It is like East India company. Not just England, even the likes of Zimbabwe, West Indies and Bangladesh become India’s rulers and start to live off India the way Brish Empire did for two centuries. India got free from them, and Britain ceased to be the most influential nation in the world.

How do we know which country’s market brings how much ad revenue to the TV rights holder (and therrefore to ICC) ? ICC should have commissioned a firm to carry out this study the way most countries commission some firms to carry out these studies. But then ICC are the last organisation that can be expected of operating in a transparant manner in a matter dealing with money.

I have thought of a way to assess the relative size of ad revenue accruing to the TV broadcaster. One can take the amount of advertisement money that the advertisers of a country spend in one year. I have taken the annual figures of ad spend of the four test playing south Asian countries, viz India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Since all four countries are similar in culture, cricket craze etc, I havbe assumed that a good portion of this ad spend goes to the coffers of the cricket broadcaster.

star sports are the cricket broadcaster of ICC for 18 ICC tournaments from 2015 to 2023. They have won this right for an amount of $ 2000 million. So they are required to pay ICC an amount of $ 2000 millions during this 8 year period. This amount will then be distributed among the test playing board members and associates.

ICC and other nine boards ganged up to rob a big chunk of money that BCCI was helping bring to ICC. We now know who is getting how much, but ICC is silent about how much each board is bringing to the table, so that one can find out whether there is any correlation between their pay and their contribution in ICC’s earning through them.

Since ICC would not do it, I have tried to find about the approximate amount of ad money that various cricket playing nations would bring to star sports for Champions trophy 2017.

First I have found out how much ad money the advertisers of various cricket playing countries of Indian sub continent as well as West Indies and Zimbabwe are spending this year.

Following are the figures:

Ad spend per year Remarks
India $ 9515 millions
Pakistan $ 630 millions
Bangladesh $ 200 millions
Sri Lanka $ 300 millions
West Indies $ 200 millions
Zimbabwe $ 0 (insignificantly small) No figures exist

I have excluded other countries because I feel that they are more or less getting what they deserve.

So, the relative market share of these countries as far as advertisers are concerned is

Percentage of ad share by countries Remarks
India 87 %
Pakistan 6 %
Sri Lanka 3 %
Bangladesh 2 %
West Indies 2 %
Zimbabwe 0%

Note: The above figures are what I gleaned from various sources online. Figures are indicative and there may be some inaccuracies, though the overall picture is unlikely to change much despite any corrections that may get noticed/ get pointed out.
I have excluded the figures of other boards that I feel are getting what they contribute.

Let us assume that all these markets are cricket crazy markets and a good portion of their ad spend this year will go to pay star network, during their TV coverage of Chmapions Trophy.

Let us assume that an uniform portion of total ad spend of the year will be spent by advertisers during champions Trophy in all these countries. Let us assume it to be 10 % of total ad spend for the year.

So, following is what Star network will get from these countries

Countrywise expected Ad revenue to broadcaster Remarks
India $ 951 millions
Pakistan $ 63 millions
Bangladesh $ 20 millions
Sri Lanka $ 30 millions
West Indies $ 20 millions
Zimbabwe $ Nothing
Total $ 1084 millions

Star TV is required to give $ 2000 millions to ICC in eight years (2015 to 2017). They will earn half of that amount in this champions trophy itself, if only BCCI could be persuaded to sent its team. If BCCI backs out, Star sports will earn an ad revenue of less than $ 150 millions and at this rate it will never be able to see any profit. Mind you, Star have already staged one tournament, T20 world cup in 2016 after it earned the broadcast rights and it has already made a hefty profit because BCCI participated in that tournament. With BCCI participation in this tournament, Star would have already earned the amount of $ 2000 millions that it was supposed to have paid to ICC. These are still six years left and lots of more tournaments left where BCCI participation would have seen star network rolling in mind boggling profits.

So now, we know why Star network is worried at the prospects of BCCI contemplating to back out. All the looters (ICC and the other non BCCI boards) are now worried and are trying all the tricks in their books. Star network made some ex cricketers to speak in favour of BCCI participation. Most of these ex cricketers are employed as expert commentators with star as most of us are well aware. So they are serving their masters and indirectly serving the cause of the gang of looters rather than the cause of BCCI and Indian cricket fans who are their real paymasters. Gavaskar and Shashtri did not speak in that voice and so their opinions were very conveniently blacked out.

Then there are some “responsible” people who are talking about Indian cricketers missing out and Indian cricket dying out. They are either talking out of ignorance or they are in the employs of anti BCCI parties to utter such inanities. BCCI are well within their rights to back out. Clause 6.4 of Members Participation Agreement (MPA), a legally binding document between the ICC and its member boards gives BCCI this right.

If CoA is asking BCCI not to back out and participate, then it means that CoA are not aware of Clause 6.4 of Members Participation Agreement (MPA), which speaks very poorly of their knowledge of the subject on which they are administrating.

They are also not aware that BCCI is only backing out of ICC tournaments. It does not mean that they are walking out of ICC. They will continue to play bilateral series as before which include tests, ODIs and T20s. They will continue to organise IPLs as well. So, the people saying that all these will be in jeoparty need to first understand the subject before giving their opinion on the topic.

In other words, BCCI is only taking recourse to a remedy that its agreement with BCCI allows them to have.

Those who are telling us that BCCI will be a loser and that ICC should expel them, or that BCCI will find itself expelled are talking out of ignorance as pointed out earlier.

In this case, it is not BCCI but ICC that is on sticky grounds. It is ICC’s credibility and existence that is at stake. BCCI is helping them earn bulk of $ 2000 millions that they are to get from TV broadcaster. In addition BCCI is helping earn Star network many times more by participating in these tournaments. Such a valuable partner must be treated with respect and dignity. Here we find that ICC has ganged up with other boards to deprive BCCI of the money that BCCI is allowing ICC and other board members to gain.

It would be better for BCCI to organise international tournaments on its own without involving ICC. such precedents are there. the 1985 WCC tournament, where Ravi Shashti became Champions of Champion was one such example. Even at present, BCCI is dealing with star sports directly in organising TV coverage of domestic tournaments. BCCI is also organising TV coverage of IPL without involving ICC, and the profits of IPL are in billions. So, BCCI backing out of this ICC is not the end of the road for BCCI. Rather it is the end of the road for ICC. Even if ICC finally agrees to give BCCI a higher share that will still be a big deal less than what BCCI deserves. And the humiliating manner in which BCCI has been treated by ICC and other board members is something that most Indian cricket fans will never be able to forget and forgive.

I am as much a stake holder in Indian cricket as BCCI, CoA and others. I have been following Indian cricket from 1974 and I feel that it is high time BCCI asserts its right the way other assertive organisations in other parts of the world do. BCCI should form a rival organisation to ICC and invite other boards to join them. If some boards (there will be none) decide to stick with ICC, let them do that. ICC should cease to exist in near future. As Indians, let us learn to be assertive and ruthless in dealing with people who harm us and who seek to humiliate us. In this case, it is ICC. Let us finish ICC off once and for all.

I have not been able to concentrate on blogging for the last few days because of this matter. I hope to get this lead out of my chest by writing on this topic that I have been feeling very strongly about.

I, as well as many cricket loving Indians are feeling the way our forefathers felt when they were slaves of foreigners. Foreigners would loot us of our resources and get rich at our cost, whereas we would be subjected to humiliation, indignity, famine, death etc. That is what happened to Indians during British Rule. This is what also happened in Goa which remained under Potruguese rule till 1960s !

Here is a song from “Johar Mehmood in Goa”(1965) which expresses my strong feeling on the subject of BCCI and Indian cricket lovers suffering indignities at the hands of foreigners out to subjugate us. This song is sung by Mukesh and Usha Khanna. Qamar Jalalbadi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji.

The song is picturised on I S Johar and Sonia Sahni (I guess).

With this song, “Johar Mehmood in Goa”(1965) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Sikandar bhi aaye kalandar bhi aaye (Johar Mehmood in Goa)(1965) Singers-Mukesh, Usha Khanna, Lyrics-Qamar Jalalabadi, MD-Kalyanji Anandji
Mukesh + Usha Khanna

Lyrics

Sikandar bhi aaye
Kalandar bhi aaye
na koi raha hai
na koi rahegaaa

na koi raha hai
na koi rahega
na koi raha hai
na koi raha hai
na koi rahega
na koi raha hai
hai tere jaane ki baari bidesi
hai tere jaane ki
hai tere jaane ki baari bidesi
ye desh aazaad ho ke rahega
mera desh aazaad ho ke rahega
na koi raha hai
hai tere jaane ki baari bidesi
hai tere jaane ki
hai tere jaane ki baari bidesi
ye desh aazaad ho ke rahega
mera desh aazaad ho ke rahega
na koi raha hai

Sikandar ko Porus ki taaqat ne roka aa
Ghauri ko Prithvi ki himmat ne toka aa
jab khooni Naadar ne chhedi ladaai ee
ho o o
o o o o
jab khooni Naadar ne chhedi ladaai
to Dilli ki galiyon se aavaaz aayi ee
laga le tu kitna bhi zor ai sitamgar
ye desh aazaad ho ke rahega
mera desh aazaad ho ke rahega
na koi raha hai
na koi raha hai na koi rahega
na koi raha hai

Prataap ne jaan de di watan pe ae
Shivaaji ne bhagva udaaya gagan pe ae
mardon ne khaayi aazaadi ki kasmen aen
ho o o
o o o
mardon ne khaayi aazaadi ki kasmein
adaa auraton ne ki jauhar ki rasmen
kafan baandh kar raani Jhaansi pukaari
ye desh aazaad ho ke rahega
mera desh aazaad ho ke rahega
na koi raha hai
na koi raha hai na koi rahega
na koi raha hai

Siraaj aur Tipu
Zafar aur Nana aa
thha har ek inmein qaumi deevaana
yahaan le ke aaye bagaavat ki aandhi ee
Tilak, Nehru, Aazaad, Netaaji, Gaandhi ee
Bhagat Singh ki raakh ne ye pukaara
ye desh aazaad ho ke rahega
mera desh aazaad ho ke rahega
na koi raha hai
na koi raha hai na koi rahega
na koi raha hai

Halaaku raha hai na Hitler raha hai ae
Musolini kaa naa vo lashkar raha hai ae
nahin jab raha rus kaa Tzaar baaki ee
ho o o o
nahin jab raha roos kaa Tzaar baaki
to kaise rahega Saalaazaar baaki ee
Goa ka har bachcha bachcha pukaara
ye desh aazaad ho ke rahega
mera desh aazaad ho ke rahega
na koi raha hai
na koi raha hai na koi rahega
na koi raha hai

kal ko agar aaye Chaao yaa Maao o
laga denge ham zindgaani kaa daanv
hamaara hai Kashmir
NEFA hamaara aa
o o o
o o o
hamaara hai Kashmir
NEFA hamaara
kabhi jhuk sakega na jhanda hamaara aa
zara desh ke dushmanon se ye keh do
ye desh aazaad ho ke rahega
mera desh aazaad ho ke rahega
na koi raha hai
na koi raha hai na koi rahega
na koi raha hai
hai tere jaane ki baari bidesi
hai tere jaane ki
hai tere jaane ki baari bidesi
ye desh aazaad ho ke rahega
mera desh aazaad ho ke rahega
na koi raha hai
na koi raha hai na koi rahega
na koi raha hai

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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सिकंदर भी आए
कलंदर भी आए
ना कोई रहा है
न कोई रहेगा

ना कोई रहा है
न कोई रहेगा
ना कोई रहा है
ना कोई रहा है
न कोई रहेगा
ना कोई रहा है
है तेरे जाने की बारी बिदेसी
है तेरे जाने की
है तेरे जाने की बारी बिदेसी
ये देश आज़ाद हो के रहेगा
मेरा देश आज़ाद हो के रहेगा
ना कोई रहा है
है तेरे जाने की बारी बिदेसी
है तेरे जाने की
है तेरे जाने की बारी बिदेसी
ये देश आज़ाद हो के रहेगा
मेरा देश आज़ाद हो के रहेगा
ना कोई रहा है

सिकंदर को पोरस की ताक़त ने रोका॰॰आ
गौरी को पृथ्वी की हिम्मत ने टोका॰॰आ
जब खूनी नादर ने छेड़ी लड़ाई
हो ओ ओ
ओ ओ ओ ओ
जब खूनी नादर ने छेड़ी लड़ाई
तो दिल्ली की गलियों से आवाज़ आई
लगा ले तू कितना भी ज़ोर ए सितमगर
ये देश आज़ाद हो के रहेगा
मेरा देश आज़ाद हो के रहेगा
ना कोई रहा है
ना कोई रहा है
न कोई रहेगा
ना कोई रहा है

परताप ने जान दे दी वतन पे॰॰ए
शिवाजी ने भगवा उड़ाया गगन पे॰॰ए
मर्दों ने खाईं आज़ादी की कसमें
हो ओ ओ
ओ ओ ओ ओ
मर्दों ने खाईं आज़ादी की कसमें
अदा औरतों ने की जौहर की रस्में
कफन बांध कर रानी झांसी पुकारी
ये देश आज़ाद हो के रहेगा
मेरा देश आज़ाद हो के रहेगा
ना कोई रहा है
ना कोई रहा है
न कोई रहेगा
ना कोई रहा है

सिराज और टीपू
जफर और नाना
था हर एक इन में क़ौमी दीवाना
यहाँ ले के आए बग़ावत की आँधी॰॰ई
तिलक नेहरू आज़ाद नेताजी गांधी॰॰ई
भगत सिंह की राख़ ने ये पुकारा
ये देश आज़ाद हो के रहेगा
मेरा देश आज़ाद हो के रहेगा
ना कोई रहा है
ना कोई रहा है
न कोई रहेगा
ना कोई रहा है

हलाकू रहा है ना हिटलर रहा है
मसोलीनी ना वो लश्कर रहा है
नहीं जब रहा रूस का ज़ार बाकी
हो ओ ओ
ओ ओ ओ ओ
नहीं जब रहा रूस का ज़ार बाकी
तो कैसे रहेगा सलाज़ार बाकी
गोआ का हर बच्चा बच्चा पुकारा
ये देश आज़ाद हो के रहेगा
मेरा देश आज़ाद हो के रहेगा
ना कोई रहा है
ना कोई रहा है
न कोई रहेगा
ना कोई रहा है

कल को अगर आए चाओ या माओ
लगा देंगे हम ज़िंदगानी का दाव
हमारा है कश्मीर नेफ़ा हमारा
हो ओ ओ
ओ ओ ओ ओ
हमारा है कश्मीर नेफ़ा हमारा
कभी झुक सकेगा ना झण्डा हमारा
ज़रा देश के दुश्मनों से ये कह दो
ये देश आज़ाद हो के रहेगा
मेरा देश आज़ाद हो के रहेगा
ना कोई रहा है

ना कोई रहा है
न कोई रहेगा
ना कोई रहा है
है तेरे जाने की बारी बिदेसी
है तेरे जाने की
है तेरे जाने की बारी बिदेसी
ये देश आज़ाद हो के रहेगा
मेरा देश आज़ाद हो के रहेगा
ना कोई रहा है
ना कोई रहा है
न कोई रहेगा
ना कोई रहा है

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

BINDIYA (1946) was produced under the banner of Sun Art Pictures and was directed by Chimanlal Luhar. The star cast included Amar, Ragini, E Billimoria, Kamal Zamindar, Leela Mishra, Pratima Devi, Shakir, Bhagwandas, Leela Pawar etc. The film was reviewed in August 1946 issue of ‘Filmindia’. I was surprised to find for a change that the review was somewhat lengthier than the usual. After reading the review, I came to know as to why it was so. The additional length of the review was utilised for heavily criticising the director of the film for his inapt handling of the emotional scenes and for Prabhulal Dwivedi, the story writer for the film story based on a mix of several mythological stories.

I have attempted to make a condensed version of the review which is given below:

Raja Ganesh Prasad disappears leaving his wife, a little son and a huge property to his manager, Jagdish. Over a period of time, Jagdish misappropriates the property and expels the mother and the child. He now takes a new title, Raja Jagdish Prasad. He has a new manager, Prakash (E Billimoria) who is an ambitious and a greedy person. He has an eye over the huge property and Jyoti (Ragini), the daughter of Raja Jagdish Prasad.

As the years passed, the mother, Saraswati and the grown up son, Niranjan (Amar) devote their time for the services of the villagers. Prakash makes the first move towards his goal by arresting a cashier of the firm on a false charge. This brings Niranjan in the direct confrontation with Prakash. After the intervention of Raja Jagdish Prasad, the cashier is let off.

During the course of the negotiation for releasing the cashier, Niranjan introduces himself as the son of Raja Ganesh Prasad which makes Raja Jagdish Prasad uncomfortable. He gets a heart attack. He decides that the property which he had misappropriated from Raja Ganesh Prasad should be given back to Niranjan. But this is not to the liking of Prakash who now plans to frame up Niranjan. He also starts blackmailing Raja Jagsidh Prasad of his wrong doings.

In the meanwhile Jyoti, who is now in college, suddenly finds one sadhu giving astrological prediction and tells Jyoti that she is destined to become a widow on the day of her marriage. He also gives a prediction to Prakash that he would have blood of his father on his hand and tells another person that soon police will put chain around his wrists. This was all the handiwork of Prakash as he wanted to frame Niranjan. However, instead of Niranjan, another person is arrested by the police and chained on his wrists. So the first of Sadhu’s predictions has become true by design.

Jyoti loves Prakash and is about to get married. But Prakash backs out when he comes to know that Raja Jagdish Prakash would not give him the gold during the marriage. The story now takes an unusual turn. Jyoti gets married to Nirnajan under a tree in a forest and at that very time the lightning strikes Niranajan who is deemed killed. Jyoti becomes widow on the day of her marriage as predicted by the sadhu.

After some crying and wailing followed by singing of a song over her loss, a group of sanyasi finds Niranjan very much alive. The hero and the heroine are united. Prakash, the villain has a change of heart thanks to the group of sanyasis, the head of which is none other than Raja Ganesh Prasad. The film ends with a happy note.

BINDIYA (1946) had 11 songs written by Pandit Madhur (9) and Rammurthi Chaturvedi (2) which have been set to music by Kamal Dasgupta. Here is the first song ‘baadal baras baras ke tu paighaam suna de’ from the film to appear on the Blog. It is a multiple version song – the first one being duet sung by Amar and Kalyani Das. The second version is a solo sung by Kalyani Das with different antara lyrics. Both the versions of the songs are written by Pandit Madhur.

Since Amar is a lead actor in the film, it is apparent that the duet version is picturised on Amar and Ragini. In the film review referred to above, there is a mention that immediately after the marriage, Niranjan (Amar) is deemed to be killed by a lightning strike. At that time, Jyoti (Ragini) sings the song lamenting over her loss of ‘bhaag kaa sindoor’. After the end of the song, both Jyoti and Niranjan slowly walk towards each other and are united. The solo version of the song seems to fit in the situation.

With these songs, ‘Bindiya’ (1946) makes its debut in the Blog.

Duet Version :

Female Solo Version :

Song-Baadal baras baras ke tu paighaam suna de (Bindiya)(1946) Singers-Amar, Kalyani Das, Both/ Kalyani Das, Lyrics-Pt Madhur, MD-Kamal Dasgupta

Lyrics
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Duet version
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baadal baras baras ke
baadal baras baras ke tu
paighaam suna de
paighaam suna de
paimaana choor choor hai
tooti hai suraahi
har oar gham hai dard hai
aansoo hai tabaahi
manzil abhi baaqi hi rahi
thhak gaya raahi
hai door kinaara
usse tu paas mein laa de
manzil abhi baaqi hi rahi
thhak gaya raahi
hai door kinaara
usse tu paas mein laa de
baadal baras baras ke tu
paighaam suna de
paighaam suna de

deepak ne raushni bhi di
aur ghar bhi jalaaya
aur ghar bhi jalaaya
deepak ne raushni bhi di
aur ghar bhi jalaaya
aur ghar bhi jalaaya
sooraj ne jal ke chaand kaa
sansaar basaaya
sansaar basaaya
sooraj ne jal ke chaand kaa
sansaar basaaya
sansaar basaaya

parde mein chhupi zindagi
parde mein chhupi zindagi
parda tu hataa de ae ae
parda tu hataa de
parde mein chhupi zindagi
parda tu hataa de ae ae ae
parda tu hataa de
taqdeer ke likkhe ko mita de
tu mita de ae
taqdeer ke likkhe ko mita de
tu mita de
mita de
mita de ae

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Female Solo Version
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baadal garaj garaj ke
baadal garaj garaj ke tu
paighaam suna de ae ae ae
paighaam suna de
baadal garaj garaj ke tu
paighaam suna de ae ae
paighaam suna de
dharti se aasmaan tak
dharti se aasmaan tak
toofaan macha de ae ae ae
toofaan macha de
dharti se aasmaan tak
toofaan macha de ae ae ae
toofaan macha de

haathhon se abhi mehandi bhi
ho na saki door
haathhon se abhi mehandi bhi
ho na saki door
hai loot liya jisne mere bhaag kaa sindoor
hai loot liya jisne mere bhaag kaa sindoor
uss lootne waale kaa dil ek baar
ek baar
ek baar hi la de ae ae
ek baar hi la de
baadal garaj garaj ke tu
paighaam suna de ae ae
paighaam suna de
baadal garaj garaj ke tu
paighaam suna de ae ae
paighaam suna de…ae


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“Guru Ghantaal”(1956) was produced by R N Sharma and N K Kaushik and directed by S M Yusuf for V K Pictures, Bombay. This movie had Shiela Ramani, Motilal, Usha Kiran, Agha, Sundar, Mirza Musharraf, Paro, Sheikh, Kesri, Vijaybala, Ravikant , Jagdev etc in it.

According to HFGK, there were nine songs in the movie. Two songs from the movie have been covered in the blog.

Here is the third song from “Guru Ghantaal”(1956) to appear in the blog. HFGK mentions this song as a duet by Rafi and Geeta Dutt. On listening through the uploads of this song, one notices that this song has two versions. One version is sung by Rafi , Geeta Dutt and chorus, whereas another version has some additional uncredited voices as well.

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

Part I

Part II

Song-Ye kaise yog liya sarkaar (Guru Ghantaal)(1956) Singers-Geeta Dutt, Rafi, Lyrics-Pt Gaafil, MD-Lachchiram

Lyrics
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Part II
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ye kaise
yog liya sarkaar

badal kar bhesh mere dildaar
mere dildaar
badal kar bhesh mere dildaar
ye kaise yog liya sarkaar
mere sarkaaar
na kar takraar
meri sarkaar
tumhaara khench ke laaya pyaar
tumhaara

badal kar bhesh mere dildaar
ye kaise yog liya sarkaar
mere sarkaaar
na kar takraar
meri sarkaar
tumhaara khench ke laaya pyaar
tumhaara
hahahaha

jag waalon se nazar bacha ke
lekar maala tilak laga ke
lekar maala tilak laga ke
tilak laga ke
saajan kyun chhoda gharbaar
badal kar bhesh mere dildaar
mere dildaaar
aha
na kar takraar meri sarkar
tumhara khench ke laya pyaar
tumhaara

badal kar bhesh mere dildaar
ye kaise yog liya sarkar
mere sarkaaar
na kar takraar meri sarkar
tumhara khench ke laaya pyaar
tumhara
haha

ladki o ladki
ladki kadki aur bekaari
raam mister raam
mister raam bane hain prem pujaari
are ladki kadki aur bekaari
raam mister raam
mister raam bane hai prem pujari
o lekar chimta aur khartaal
bajaaye hum veena ke taar

o chhodo chhodo ji sarkar
mere sarkar
na kar takraar meri sarkar
tumhara khench ke laaya pyaar
tumhaara

badal kar bhesh mere dildaar
ye kaise yog liya sarkar
mere sarkaaar
haha
na kar takraar meri sarkar
tumhara khench ke laaya pyaar
tumhaara
haha

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part II
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o chhodo chhodo ji sarkaar
mere sarkaar
na kar takraar
meri sarkaar
tumhaara khench ke laaya pyaar
tumhaara

badal kar bhesh mere dildaar
ye kaise yog liya sarkaar
mere sarkaaar
hahaha
na kar takraar
meri sarkaar
tumhaara khench ke laaya pyaar
tumhaara
haha

chaar sau bees
o four twenty
arre waah waah
four twenty
prem pujaari
bane na durgat kahin tumhaari
four twenty
prem pujaari
bane na durgat kahin tumhaari
sambhal ja
kadkon ke sarkaar
kahin joote na pade hazaar
daran dan dindar dandan daa
patik lapatakik ??vurr

mere sarkaaar
na kar takraar
meri sarkaar
tumhara khench ke laaya pyaar
tumhaara

badal kar bhesh mere dildaar
ye kaise yog liya sarkaar
mere sarkaaar
hahaha
na kar takraar
meri sarkaar
tumhaara khench ke laaya pyaar
pyaar
pyaar
pyaar
bakshanhaar o kartaar
maula karega beda paar
bakshanhaar o kartaar
maula karega beda paar
o o o o
raam ki leela nyaari ee ee ee
raam ki leela nyaari re bande
raam ki leela nyaari
ho o o o
raam ki leela nyaari ee

jag taaran taaran bhavhi bhanjan
dharni dhaar
o dekho raam ki leela
raam ki leela
raam ki leela aa aa
raam ki leela nyaari re saadho
raam ki leela nyaari ho o o
raam ki leela nyaari

bhajo raadhe ae ae
bhajo raadhe ae ae ae
bhajo raadhe
ae ae ae

bhajo raadhe govind
bhajo raadhe govind

bhajo raadhe
o bhajo raadhe
bhajo raadhe
bhajo raadhe

bhajo raadhe govind
bhajo raadhe govind
bhajo raadhe govind
bhajo raadhe govind
bhajo raadhe govind
bhajo raadhe govind
bhajo raadhe govind
bhajo raadhe govind
bhajo raadhe govind
bhajo raadhe govind
bhajo raadhe govind
bhajo raadhe govind
bhajo raadhe govind


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Atul ji’s 10K Song Milestone Celebrations – 1
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On this blog, one thing we enjoy is, celebrations.  🙂

We are always looking for an opportunity to celebrate – and every other day, we get a reason to do so. Often it is somebody’s birthday or birth anniversary, or a milestone of a 100th or 1000th song for an artiste, or for the blog. And even if it is a death anniversary, which is not really a cause for celebration, we use the occasion to pay tribute to the concerned artiste. Many of my own posts fall in this category. An occasion gives me an opportunity to reminisce and share my thoughts.
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This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

‘Pyaar Ka Bandhan’ (1963) has a total of seven songs (including one multiple version song). Out of these seven songs five songs have already been posted on the blog.
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“Madaari”(1959) was produced by Ratan Kumar and directed by Babubhai Mistry for Ratan Pictures, Bombay. This movie had Ranjan, Chitra, Manhar Desai, Sundar, Kavita, Sheila Vaz, Kanchan, Jayshree Gadkar, Dalpat, Pal Sharma, Uma Dutt, Raj Adeeb, Shree Bhagwan, Sinha, R S Dubey, Murari, Vasantrao Pahalwan, Korega, Julian, Yadav, Vitthal, Indira Bansal, Nilu, Geeta, Paro, Rehana etc in it.
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“Majboor” (1974) was the first movie with this title that I became aware of. Later I came to know that movies wit the same title were released in 1948 and 1964 as well.
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“Hamkadam”(1980) was produced by Tarachand Barjatya and directed by Anil Ganguly for Rajshree Productions, Bombay. The movie had Rakhee Gulzar, Parikshat Sahni, A.K.Hangal, Dina Pathak, Ritu Kamal, Helen, Biswajeet, Iftekar, Madan Puri, Dinesh Hingoo, Preetam, Pardesi, Partho Guha, Harish Mugan, Deepak, Chaturvedi, John Boland, Amol Sen, Anand Joshi, Pilloo Wadia, Nilu Arora, Komal Soni, Zubeda, Anita, Rajni Verma, Master Ashoo, Sameena Kashimiri, Baby Geeta Khanna etc in it.
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This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, 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.

Hullo to all in Atuldom

People talk about the rich voice quality that Amitabh Bachchan has – the baritone etc. But has it occurred to anyone that there are and were and will be other actors who have or had similar voice? One such voice was that of Mogambo. There are tales that tell how the makers of “Mr. India” went from Danny to Amjad Khan to any other known faces of that era to play the character of Mogambo. Each one had his own reason for not taking up that character and eventually Amrish Puri ended up being The Mogambo and now it is impossible to even imagine any other person as Mogambo. I am unable to distinguish the man from the character and part of the power in the role was the voice of the actor.
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This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Today’s song will take us back to the earliest decade of Hindi Films. This famous song is from the film Bandhan-1940, made by Bombay Talkies. The song is in 3 parts. It is composed by Ramchandra Pal, who was the joint MD with Saraswati Devi for this film. All the songs of this film were written by Kavi Pradeep.
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