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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 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.

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Today’s song is from the ‘1988’ movie ‘Waaris’.

Through this song we pay our tributes to Lyricist Qamar Jalalabadi whose twentieth ‘Remembrance Anniversary’ falls today on 9th January 2023. He was born on 9th March’1917 and he passed away on 9th January’2003.

we also pay our tributes to Singer Mahendra Kapoor. Today happens to be his eighty-nineth ‘Birth Anniversary’. He was born on 9th January’1934 and he passed away on 27th September’2008.

Today’s song is sung by Mahendra Kapoor and it is written by Qamar Jalalabadi.

‘Waaris-1988’ was directed by Ravinder Peepat for ‘G.G. Widescreen’. It was presented by Iqbal Singh Atwal and Amarjit Singh.

This movie was produced by Mrs. Swarn Yograj, Baldev Gill, and J.S. Cheema.

It had Smita Patil, Raj Babbar, Amrita Singh, Raj Kiran, Kulbhushan Kharbanda, and Amrish Puri.
The cast of this movie also included by Sushma Seth, Sudhir Pandey, Ramesh Tiwari, Avtar Gill, Javed Khan, Shashi Bala, Rana Jang Bahadur, Mohinder Mastan, Rita Sikand, Kuldeep Kaur, Ravi Bhushan, Gurucharan Baggan, Ramna, Sardar Sohi, Mohan Baggan, Sarandeep Dhillon, Amrik Gill, Ashwini Bharadwaj, Arvind Kumar, Manju Bhatia, Ram Murti, and others.

Navneet Singh makes a debut in this movie.

Amrit Pal, Anjana Mumtaz and Pradeep Kumar has special appearances in this movie.

This movie was based on Punjab Novel ‘Kaare Haathi’ written by Sohan Singh Hans. Screenplay and dialogues of this movie were written by Baldev Gill. Editing of this movie was done by Subhash Sehgal.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 15.04.1988.

‘Warris-1988’ had nine songs in it (including one multiple version song).

Vermal Malik, Qamar Jalalabadi and Sardar Panchhi were the lyricists for this movie.

Here is the list of songs in this movie which I have taken from the ‘vinyl LP cover’ of this movie.

SNo Song Title Lyricist Singer/s
01 Husn ki waadiyon mein Verma Malik Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar, Chorus
02 Oh duniya tu yaad rakhna Qamar Jalalabadi Mahendra Kapoor, chorus
03 Oh duniya tu yaad rakhna (sad) Qamar Jalalabadi Mahendra Kapoor, chorus
04 Ghunghat uthha ke naa dekha Sardar Panchhi Lata Mangeshkar
05 Jholi mein heere hon tere Sardar Panchhi Lata Mangeshkar
06 Ghata chhaa gayi hai Verma Malik Lata Mangeshkar, Suresh Wadkar
07 Mere pyaar ki umar ho itni sanam Verma Malik Lata Mangeshkar, Man Mohan Singh
08 Aa re munjhe Qamar Jalalabadi Asha Bhonsle, chorus
09 Khud ko samajh naa akeli Verma Malik Kishore Kumar, chorus

Music for this movie was composed by Uttam-Jagdish (Uttam Singh-Jagdish Khanna).

One song from this movie – mere pyaar ki umar ho itni sanam – has been posted on the blog on 23.06.2021.

Today we listen to another good song from this movie which is sung by Mahendra Kapoor and composed by Uttam Singh-Jagdish Khanna.
As mentioned above lyrics are by Qamar Jalalabadi.

If my memory serves me right then this song plays in the background in the movie and appears in parts in the movie. I vaguely remember that I had watched this movie on TV..

I hope readers will enjoy this song which I like very much.

Let us now listen to today’s song …

Audio (happy version)

Audio (Sad version)


Song-O duniya tu yaad rakhna (Waaris)(1988) Singer-Mahendra Kapoor, Lyrics-Qamar Jalalabadi, MD-Uttam Jagdish
Mahendra Kapoor + All chorus
Female chorus
Male chorus
All chorus

Lyrics

Happy version
———————-

arre zaalim
ye apnon se hi
kaisi dushmani ee
le li
ke jisne zindagi di thhi
usi ki ee zindagi ee le li
lahoo ki dhaar kehti hai
tu qaatil hai
nahin een waaris
waaris
waaris

aaj maati sunaaye kahaani ee
aaj maati sunaaye kahaani ee
o duniyaa aa aa aa
duniyaa tu yaad rakhnaa
o duniyaa tu yaad rakhnaa
aaj maati sunaaye kahaani ee
o duniyaa aa
duniyaa tu yaad rakhnaa
o duniyaa tu yaad rakhnaa

aa aa aa aa aa
ho o o o o o o
aa aa aa aa aa
ho o o o o o o
aa aa aa aa aa
o o o o o
aa aa aa aa aa
o o o o o
aa aa aa aa aa

kaisaa milan hai
nyaara apna
din mein jaise dekhoon sapnaa
qismat se ye
ae ae ae ae
qismat se ye dor judi
koyi aanchal
hmm mmm mmm
koyi aanchal sunaaye kahaani
hmm mmm
o duniyaa aa
duniyaa tu yaad rakhnaa
o duniyaa tu yaad rakhnaa

dekho pyaar ki
ye deewaali
apne ghar mein
aag lagaa li
yaad rahegi
ee ee ee ee
yaad rahegi ee
ye qurbaani
aaj aansoo
o o o o
aaj aansoo
sunaaye kahaani ee
o duniyaa aa
o o o o
duniyaa tu yaad rakhnaa
o duniyaa tu yaad rakhnaa

aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa

aansoo boley
kuchh bhi le le
baagh liya
ik phool to de de
sun le daataa
aa aa aa aa
sun le daataa
meri duaa
aaj maalik
aa aa aa aa
aaj maalik
aa aa
sunaaye kahaani
aa aa
o duniyaa aa
aa aa
duniyaa tu yaad rakhnaa
o duniyaa tu yaad rakhnaa

aa
aa

aa
aa

sooraj dooba
taaraa baaki
laung nahin
lashkaara baaki
yaad rahegi ee ee ee
yaad rahegi
teri nishaani
aaj waaris
waaris
waaris

aaj waaris
sunaaye kahaani
o duniyaa
aa aa aa aa
duniyaa tu yaad rakhnaa
o duniyaa tu yaad rakhnaa

aaj waaris sunaaye kahaani ee
aaj waaris sunaaye kahaani ee
o duniyaa aa aa
duniyaa tu yaad rakhnaa
o duniyaa tu yaad rakhnaa
o duniyaa tu yaad rakhnaa
o duniyaa tu yaad rakhnaa

o duniyaa aa aa
tu yaad rakhnaa aa aa

———————————-
Sad version
———————————
sooraj dooba
taaraa baaki
laung nahin
lishkaara baaki
yaad rahegi ee ee ee ee
yaad rahegi
teri nishaani
aaj waaris
aaj waaris sunaaye kahaani ee
o duniyaa aa aa aa
duniya tu yaad rakhna
o duniya tu yaad rakhna


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.

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5264 Post No. : 17270

Today’s song is an interesting Trio from an old film Ghayal-1951.

The cast of the film was Sulochana Chaterjee, Shaikh Mukhtar, Geeta Bali, Jawahar Kaul, Ramsingh, p.Kailash, pesi Patel, Honey O’Brien, Yeshwant Dave, Rewa Shankar Marwadi and many more. There were 7 Lyricists for 11 songs of the film (one of them is a 2 part song). Likewise there were 6 singers. The M.D. was Gyan Dutt. All the singers were well known, except the singer ‘ Bhola’.

Many people think that Bhola was Bhola Shreshtha, the M.D., but it’s not true. This Bhola was Bulo C Rani,M.D. He joined the industry to be a singer. Khemchand Prakash gave him an opportunity to sing in the film Mehmaan-1942. Later, the same year,Gyan Dutt also gave him songs.Bulo C Rani sang 34 songs in 19 films – initial in his own name, and from 1944 onwards as ‘Bhola’, as he had become a Music Director himself by then, from film Moorti-1944.

Bulo C Rani was a Science graduate. In those days of early cinema, most people who joined the film line were less educated and mostly from lower middle class or poor families. Not ALL of course. There were few highly educated actors, directors, MDs etc but their number was much less. Actresses like Renuka Devi, Vanmala, Nalini Tarkhad etc. were graduates. Actors like Ashok kumar and Ranjan were graduates. Artistes like Dewan Sharar, Devika rani and Shakuntala Paranjpye had International experience, they wrote books also. Director Nanubhai Vakil and actor Surendra were BA,LL.B.

Ramchandra Thakur, Producer and Director of film Ghayal-51, was also from Elite and highly educated class. He also wrote articles in magazines – before and after his film career. Ramchandra Thakur was one such scholarly person who was a Postgraduate and a prolific writer on films in English, Hindi and Gujarati, before joining films. Ramchandra Thakur was born in Suver of Sabarkantha district in Gujarat, on 17-12-1908. He moved to Bombay when he was just 9 year old. He pursued his higher education in Bombay and emerged as a scholar of Pali language. When he gave his M.A. final exam, he wanted to become a teacher in a college, if he got First class. If not, he would join the film industry as a director. During his college years he had written many articles on films. He had translated Sound Recordist Minu Katrak’s English works in Hindi and Gujarati.

When he did not get First class, he joined Sagar Movietone, in its Marketing department. After a few months, Baburao Patel took over from him and he became an assistant director to Chimanlal Luhar for the film Dynamite-38. Next, along with Virendra Desai ( Nalini Jaywant’s first husband), he became a co-director of the film The Gramophone Singer-38. His first film, as an independent Director was the Debut film of Snehprabha Pradhan – Civil marriage-40. Then he joined Ranjit Movietone. He directed mythological, Social and Comedy films. Art Director Kanu Desai’s film Geet Govind was directed by him. Thakur directed 20 films. He also wrote the script for the popular film Baiju Bawra-52. He produced 5 films. He directed 2 Gujarati films and wrote stories and screenplays for several Gujarati films.

He was an accomplished writer. He wrote 4 novels – Amrapali, Budhidhan Birbal, Prem Diwani and Urmila. He wrote several satirical commentaries too. He wrote a detailed article on Sagar Movietone and Chimanlal Desai in Gujarati magazine ” Jee”. His last Hindi film as a director was Nawab Sirajuddaula-67, which he had produced also. He died on 31-10-1992.

I do not know about the storyline of the film Ghayal-51. One of my favourite actors – Jawahar Kaul – acted in this film. He was a very handsome fellow and had an unique style of acting. It was his bad luck that he could not prosper or become “A” grade actor, as in his period the competition was severe and there were many better actors operating then.

Jawahar Kaul was born in a Nehru family on the 27th of September in the year 1927 in the place revered as the heaven of India – Srinagar, Kashmir. When Jawahar was six days old, his grandfather’s sister adopted him, and his surname was subsequently changed to Kaul. Kaul did his Intermediate from the Punjab University and then went to the town of Rawalpindi. After spending some time there, he decided to go to Mumbai. His parents were not in favour of it and hence he convinced them that he would complete his graduation from the Pune University. He had a deep attraction for films from an early age and hence wanted to try his luck in the industry. In the 1940s, Dadar had three studios – Ranjit, Shri Sound and Supreme and hence was the epicenter of Indian cinema. Jawahar made Dadar his address.

He was always short on money as his family wasn’t aware of his venture into cinema. He often slept at the studio of Prabha Pictures. Due to his Kashmiri background – his looks, complexion, height were impressive, and he started getting work soon. Jawahar started his career doing minor roles. He used to portray supporting characters in big films. He made his debut while playing actor Kishor Sahu’s younger brother in the 1945’s ‘Veer Kunal’. In this year, he was seen in the role of ‘Humayun Mahawat’ in ‘Ek Din Ka Sultan’ which was made by Sohrab Modi. His first main lead role was in the flick ‘Khidki’ which was made in 1948. He was paired with Rehana for the same.

In Dadar, he became good friends with Radhakishan Mehra. Mehra used to live in the Lallubhai Mansion where Dada Bhagwan and Prabha Shankar Yagnik, ( brother of stunt film actor Navin Yagnik), the production managers of films used to stay too. It wasn’t long when Prabha Shankar and Kaul became good friends and started sharing their apartment. Their trio and friendship became popular in the film circle. Pyarelal Satoshi was friends with Radhakrishnan, and when he became a producer, he cast Kaul in his first movie. Kaul’s debut did average business, but the songs were a hit. Soon Kaul was seen in films like Azadi Ki Raah Par, Apni Chhaya, Kathputli, Pehli Jhalak, Laal Batti, Sahib Biwi Aur Ghulam, etc. He was a legend of the Black and White Cinema. He was a superstar in the films made in the 1960s. Throughout his career, he worked only in a few selected flicks, but he was able to efficiently enrapture the audience’s attention.

Jawahar was never happy about his career- the way it went. He had wanted it to be more successful. Anyway after his last film Zalim-1980, he left acting and joined as a Production Manager with Jwala Pictures of Sandeep Sethi. After two years he became his Secretary for the next 17 years. Meanwhile he produced a film-” Agniputra “, with Mithun Chakravarti. It took a long time to finally release in 2000. Not only was it a flop, it also gave a heavy financial burden on him. However, his only son and producer daughter Shabanam Kapoor repaid everything. He died peacefully in Andheri,Mumbai, on 15-4-2019. Till the end, he looked after his school and college ‘ Children’s welfare Centre’, nearby.

Jawahr Kaul acted in 31 films starting from a small role inGeet Govind-1947. I remember his role in my favourite film Dekh kabira Roya-1957.(Thanks to Beete Hue din Blog).

Like most artistes, the music Directors of the early cinema had a tough time in their later life. Music of their era and style was no longer saleable due to the changing tastes of the people. Newer and younger MDs had a tough competition themselves. Thus these oldies were helpless. Damodar Sharma became assistant to Laxmikant Pyarelal, Madholal Master started his business of making Puppets (His Joker’s puppet was used by Raj kapoor in his film ” Mera Naam Joker”), Vithaldas Panchotiya, Krishnarao Chonkar, Badri prasad, Rewa shankar Marwadi etc. started doing small roles in films to sustain life. B.R.Deodhar opened a Music school.

Rewashankar Marwadi had acted in today’s film Ghayal-1951. I tried very hard to get some information about Rewa Shankar Marwadi, who was an actor, lyricist, singer and also music director in the 1930s and 1940s. However I could not get anything concrete. Anyway I found a note on this multi talented artist of the early era, written by Shri Dhananjay Naniwadekar aka Nani, on the old RMIM forum, some 15 years ago and adapted by me for this article.

Some of Ranjit Movietone’s earliest talkie films had music by Ustad Jhande Khan. Next came the trio of Banne Khan, Ganga Prasad Pathak and Rewa Shankar Marwari. None of that music was ever released on 78 rpm records. From 1938-39, the great duo of Gyan Dutt and Khemchand Prakash took over the charge of Ranjit’s music, later to be joined by Bulo C Rani. It was only around 1938 that Ranjit started releasing its film music on 78-rpm records.

Rewa Shankar Marwari’s association with Ranjit Films and films produced or directed by ex-Ranjit hand Jayant Desai continued in the
1940s. While it is a pleasant surprise that imdb.com has a page for an obscure name like ‘Rewashankar Marwadi’ at all, it is not surprising
that his filmography has been put together for the site by people who are far from competent at that sort of thing. He acted in 27 films, till 1955, sang 12 songs in 9 films and gave music to 21 films from ‘Veer Babruwahan’ (1934) to ‘Matrubhoomi’ (1949). After 1949 only, he started acting in films.

Rewashankar Marwadi and Gangaprasad Pathak gave music together for Gunsundari- 1934 as well as the film Raat ki Raani-35. Rewashankar Marwadi then made a pucca pair with composer Banne Khan and this pair gave music to 12 films, as a pair. ( Barrister’s wife-35, College girl-35, Qeemati aansoo-35, Noor-e-watan-35, Chalaak chor-36, Raj Ramani-36, Dil ka daaku-36, Sipahi ki sajani-36, Matlabi Duniya-36, Lehri lala-36, Ghazi Diler-36 and Mitti ka putla-37 ). In my opinion, they should be considered the first pair of MDs as well as Trend setters and NOT Husnlal-Bhagatram. Of course the number of films the H-B team did was more ( 52), but that is because after 1935, the speed of making films increased. More films were made in the 40s and the 50s than in the 30s. Moreover many composers left for Pakistan in the late 40s, so more films for less composers were available. Numbers aside, but lack of enough knowledge about the early films and artistes has led to much injustice to the Pioneers, for sure !

Today’s song is a Trio, sung by G M Durrani, Geeta Roy and Meena Kapoor along with Chorus. The song is in 2 parts recorded on one single record-on both sides. HFGK mentions it as 2 separate songs, but today’s song is the combined version running for more than 6 minutes. Durrani’s voice was suitable for soulful songs- like Talat. However personally I feel he was better than Talat, though Talat got more popular songs than him. Durrani acted in 16 films, wrote songs for 1 film (Nazare-49), gave music to 8 films composing 48 songs and sang 305 songs in 168 films.


Song- O Rani Mainavati sun mera sandesh (Ghaayal)(1951) Singer-G.M.Durrani, Geeta Roy, Meena Kapoor, Lyricist- Saraswati Kumar Deepak, MD- Gyan Dutt

Lyrics

madan janak mrug manimay
hararararara daude
manjul vachan vilohit
?? kaaya
ahahahaha
latan tatan mrug manimay
?? sunil ??
??
?? sunil ??
??
?? sunil ??
??

O Rani Mainawati
sun mera sandesh
O raja pyaar kiya
bisra do ye des

Dil ko tod ke chalo jee
mukhda mod ke chalo jee
duniya milne na degi
milne na degi
o duniya milne na degi
milne na degi
dil ko tod ke chalo jee
mukhda mod ke chalo jee
duniya milne na degi
milne na degi

chalo doon khanjar barchha teer
mitaa doon duniya ki tasweer
chalo doon khanjar barchha
chalo doon khanjar barchha teer
mitaa doon duniya ki tasweer
jo apna rasta rokegi
jo apna rasta rokegi
milne na degi
Dil ko tod ke chalo jee
mukhda mod ke chalo jee
duniya milne na degi
milne na degi

dil dhadak dhadak dhadkaiyya leta
lahar lahar lahraiyyaan
dil dhadak dhadak dhadkaiyya leta
lahar lahar lahraiyyaan
sainyya padoon tumhaare painyyaan
sainyya padoon tumhaare painyyaan
padoon tumhaare painyyaan
sainyya padoon tumhaare painyyaan
hamaari chalne na degi
hamaari chalne na degi
milne na degi
Dil ko tod ke chalo jee
mukhda mod ke chalo jee
duniya milne na degi
milne na degi

bhes badal kar naar naweli
chali yaar ke sang
naak kataa kar kahaan jaayegi
?? karoon ??
daiyya o daiyya
o daiyya daiyya daiyya

jaane ki taiyyaariyaan
jaane ki taiyyaariyaan
jaane ki taiyyaariyaan
jaane ki taiyyaariyaan

aao aao kaafilon
aa jaao ??
jaane ki taiyyaariyaan
jaane ki taiyyaariyaan
aao aao kaafilon
aa jaao ??
jaane ki taiyyaariyaan

laal ?? mein chali chhabeeli
Thakur chala ??
laal ?? mein chali chhabeeli
Thakur chala ??

yaar ke tukde kar de chaar
uthha le ?? sardaar
teri ?? hai makkaar
dekh raha kya soorat bhola
?? tera pyaar
?? tera pyaar
dekh raha kya soorat bhola
?? tera pyaar
?? tera pyaar
Dil ko tod ke chalo jee
mukhda mod ke chalo jee
duniya milne na degi
milne na degi

o o paaji raajkumaar
aa aa aa aa aa aa
arre o paaji raajkumaar
meri dulhan ka ??
arre o paaji raajkumaar
meri dulhan ka ??
saamne aa le kar talwaar
saamne aa le kar talwaar
teri gardan doon abhi utaar
teri gardan doon abhi utaar

Thakur chhod de ae
pardesi ko kar le mera haath
Thakur chhod de ae ae
pardesi ko kar le mera haath
duniya hansne na degi
duniya rone na degi
duniya hansne na degi
duniya rone na degi
chain se marne na degi
kisi ko milne na degi
chain se marne na degi
kisi ko milne na degi
Thakur chhod de ae ae
pardesi ko kar le mera haath
Thakur chhod de

o raani
main na ??
aa gaya main aaj
sachcha tera yaar hai
tera Rajkumaar

dekh do tukde hai talwaar
malaniya kar inka singaar
dekh do tukde hai talwaar
malaniya kar inka singaar
mera ghoda sar se taiyyar
basaa lo tum apna sansaar
mera ghoda sar se hai taiyyar
basa lo tum apna sansaar
dekh do tukde hai talwaar
malaniya kar inka singaar

is ghode par baithh ke
jaao donon door
Raja Rani ek hain
?? ??
Siyawar Ramchandra ki jai
Siyawar Ramchandra ki jai
Siyawar Ramchandra ki jai


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 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.

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4646

Hullo Atuldom

Two Indian actors were born in 1938 one in Calcutta and another in Surat. Both had their first movies around 1960/61. But their first film together happened sometime in 1977/78. “Mukti” (1977) was perhaps the first time they acted together. I am speaking of Shashi Kapoor (18th March 1938) & Sanjeev Kumar (9th July 1938), post which they were seen in 9/10 movies, the last of which released in 1989. I discovered this movie just before I began writing this post. The print that is available online is not very good but it gives a fair idea of the film.

“Oonch Neech Beech” was a movie produced by Jagdish Varma and directed by Wasi Khan (never heard of these names). Music direction was by Laxmikant Pyarelal and Dr. Rahi Masoom Reza, Anjaan & Aziz Qaisi (another new name) were the lyricists. Nitin Mukesh, Kamlesh Awasthi, Suresh Wadkar, Mahendra Kapoor were the playback singers. Raageshwari (according to various online sites, the titles card of the movie was not very helpful) was the only female singer used.
I have already mentioned that Shashi Kapoor & Sanjeev Kumar were in the cast. Additionally there were two power house performers- Shabana Azmi and Smita Patil. Then there were Kulbhushan Kharbanda, Nilu Phule, Sudhir, N.A. Ansari, Krishan Dhawan & Jagdish Raj playing important roles. The look that the cast sported in the movie was not like the way audiences were used to seeing them, specially the male in the cast. Shabana Azmi and Smita Patil carried looks that looked like extension of their realistic (meaning Art) films. The whole ambience of the film gave me a feeling that it was a long-in-the-making film. Readers may recall that Sanjeev Kumar had died in 1985 and Smita Patil in 1986. Possible that this may have been completed much before Sanjeev Kumar and Smita Patil died because the artists seem to have dubbed for themselves.

As for the storyline- Tulsi (Shabana Azmi) is a married woman who is deserted by her husband (Kulbhushan Kharbanda) at a railway station. Motilal (Shashi Kapoor) is the station master there and Hariram (Sanjeev Kumar) the coolie. These two try to help out Tulsi in her predicament, before Sumati (Smita Patil) enters the scene as Motilal’s wife. There is the usual misunderstanding between husband and wife as regards the relation that is between Tulsi and Motilal.
Here I would like to say that I am yet to see the full movie. I stopped seeing when I reached the song that we are having today. It is a multi-version song and I stopped seeing after the first version. Shashi Kapoor starts the song in Kamlesh Awasthi’s voice and Suresh Wadkar is playback for Sanjeev Kumar
Thinking of the cute actor of the Kapoor Khaandan today on his 5th anniversary. Shashi Kapoor passed away this date in 2017 (3 months before turning 80). He son Kunal Kapoor who had acted in afew films is essentially an Ad filmamker and daughter Sanjana who also featured in a some movies of the late 80s is now a theatre personality. Shashi Kapoor’s youngest son Karan Kapoor who began his journey as model for Bombay Dyeing etc is now into photography and settled in the UK.

P.S After writing the above post I finished seeing the movie. I found that the print that is available online has only one version of the song. Also the audio version on youtube is longer.

Audio (Part I)

Video (Part I)


Slow version

Song-Gaadi aati hai koi aayegaa (Oonch Neech Beech)(1989) Singers-Kamlesh Awasthi, Suresh Wadkar/ Suresh Wadkar, Rajeshwari Laxmikant, Lyrics-Rahi Masoom Raza, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

gaadi aati hai
koi aayega
gaadi jaati hai
koi jaayega
gaadi aati hai
koi aayega
gaadi jaati hai
koi jaayega
zindagi ka
ye safar hai
koi khoyega
koi paayega
gaadi aati hai
koi aayega
gaadi jaati hai
koi jaayega
zindagi ka
ye safar hai
koi khoyega koi paayega

dil lage ae ae
faayda kya
bhool je ae faayada kya
yaad rakhna dil ki aadat
bhool jaana bhi museebat
ho yaad rakna dil ki aadat
ho bhool jaana bhi museebat
yaad aana hoga jisko
yaad aayega
dil jalayega
gaadi aati hai
koi aayega
gaadi jaati hai
koi jaayega
zindagi ka ye safar hai
koi khoyega
koi paayega

dushmani kya
dosti kya
raat kya hai
raushni kya
aadmi hi aadmi hai
sab yahaan par ajnabi hain
pyaas ke is raaste par
dhoop barsegi
baadal chhayega
gaadi aati hai
koi aayega
gaadi jaati hai
koi jaayega
zindagi ka
ye safar hai
koi khoyega
koi paayega

uska aana
ek safar hai
uska jaana
ik safar hai
door bhi hai
paas bhi hai
kiske bas mein zindagi hai
sabz signal
laal signal
koi royega
koi gaayega
gaadi aati hai
koi aayega
gaadi jaati hai
koi jaayega
zindagi ka
ye safar hai
koi khoyega
koi paayega
gaadi aati hai
koi aayega
gaadi jaati hai
koi jaayega
zindagi ka
ye safar hai
koi khoyega
koi paayega

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Slow version
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Suresh Wadkar, Rajeshwari Laxmikant
Rajeshwari Laxmikant + unknown child voice
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Gaadi aati hai
koi aayegaa
gaadi jaati hai
koi jaayegaa
zindagi ka ye safar hai
koi khoyega
koi paayegaa

Gaadi aati hai
koi aayegaa
gaadi jaati hai
koi jaayegaa
zindagi ka ye safar hai
koi khoyega
koi paayegaa
Gaadi aati hai
koi aayegaa
gaadi jaati hai
koi jaayegaa
zindagi ka ye safar hai
koi khoyega
koi paayegaa

Gaadi aati hai
koi aayegaa
gaadi jaati hai
koi jaayegaa
zindagi ka ye safar hai
koi khoyega
koi paayegaa


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 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 :

5220 Post No. : 17212

Hullo Atuldom

This is a multi-birthday post.

First and foremost we shall be wishing our Sudhirji- The Dillwala Dilliwala; Atulji’s trusted lieutenant on his birthday. He has been a huge help to Atulji and that has ensured that the blog has had no dot days since 25th December 2019. Let us all wish this Atulite with lots of fun and music.

“Main Hoon Na” (2004) was a Farah Khan directed film which was produced by Gauri Khan’s ‘Red Chillies Entertainment’ & Ratan Jain’s ‘Venus Records and Tapes’. Shahrukh Khan, Sushmita Sen, Zayed Khan, Amrita Rao, Bindu, Boman Irani, Satish Shah, Kirron Kher and Suniel Shetty were the main cast with Naseeruddin Shah and Kabir Bedi in special and guest appearances respectively. The songs were penned by Javed Akhtar and composed by Anu Malik. Shreya Ghoshal, Sonu Nigam, Abhijeet, KK, Vasundhara Das, Alka Yagnik, Sunidhi Chauhan and the Sabri brothers- Hashim & Aftab are the playback singers used in the movie.

With this song SRK (Shahrukh Khan) is shown trying to mingle among the young college crowd. He is shown as the odd man out or a student who is trying to restart his studies which he had to give up owing to family responsibilities etc. The younger crowd initially don’t want to associate with him but eventually they become a clique and then the story proceeds towards a climax where the students are held hostage, SRK with the help of his army forces helps rescue the young brigade, bring/ eliminate Suniel Shetty & group etc. before the happy ending. That means the movie was an all-out masala film.

The song is in the voices of Shreya Ghoshal and Sonu Nigam. There is a sad version too in Abhijeet’s voice.

2nd November also happens to be SRK and Anu Malik’s birthday. Here is wishing them all the best for the future and hoping that they continue go entertain us.

This words of this song may have been what Sudhirji told Atulji when he started sharing the responsibility of keeping the blog from having DOT days. 🙂

Duet version (Sonu Nigam and Shreya Ghoshal)

Solo version video (Partial)(Abhijeet)

Solo version Audio (full)(Abhijeet)

Song-Kiska hai ye tumko intezaar main hoon naa (Main Hoon Na)(2004) Singers-Sonu Nigam, Shreya Ghoshal/ Abhijeet, Lyrics-Javed Akhtar, MD-Anu Malik

Lyrics

Duet version (Sonu Nigam, Shreya Ghoshal)
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hmm
kiska hai ye tumko intzaar
main hoon na aa aa
dekh lo idhar to ek baar
main hoon na aa aa
kiska hai ye tumko intzaar
main hoon na aa aa
dekh lo idhar to ek baar
main hoonn na aa aa
khaamosh kyun ho jo bhi kehna hai kaho
dil chaahe jitna pyaar utna maang lo
ho o
tumko milega utna pyaar
main hoon na aa aa
kiska hai ye tumko intzaar
main hoon na aa aa
dekh lo idhar to ek baar
main hoon na aa aa

kabhi jo tum socho
ke tum ye dekho
arre kitna mujhko tumse pyaar hai ae ae ae
to chup mat rehna
ye mujhse kehna
are koi kya aisa bhi yaar hai
dil hi nahin de
jaan bhi de jo tumhen
dil hi nahin de
jaan bhi de jo tumhen
ho o
to main kahoonga sarkaar
main hoon na aa

kiska hai ye tumko intzaar
main hoon na
dekh lo idhar to ek baar
main hoon na
khamosh kyun ho jo bhi kehna hai kaho
dil chaahe jitna pyaar utna maang lo o
ho o
tumko milega utna pyaar
main hoon na
kiska hai ye tumko intzaar
main hoon na
dekh lo idhar to ek baar
main hoon na

kehne ki ho dil mein koi baat
mujhse kaho
koi pal ho din ho yaa ho raat
mujhse kaho
koi mushkil koi pareshaani aaye
tumhen lage kuchh theek nahin haalaat
mujhse kaho
koi ho tamanna yaa ho koi aarzoo
koi ho tamanna yaa ho koi aarzoo
ho o
rehna kabhi na beqaraar
main hoon na
kiska hai ye tumko intzaar
main hoon na
dekh lo idhar to ek baar
main hoon na
khaamosh kyun ho jo bhi kehna hai kaho
dil chaahe jitna pyaar utna maang lo
ho o
tumko milega utna pyaar
main hoon na aa aa
kiska hai ye tumko intzaar
main hoon na aa aa
dekh lo idhar to ek baar
main hoon na aa

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Solo sad version (Abhijeet)
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khoya hai paake jisne pyaar main hoon na
bechain main hoon bekaraar main hoon na
koi toh ho aisa jisko apna keh sakoon
koi toh ho aisa jiske dil mein reh sakoon
ho o
koi toh kehta ek bar main hoon na aa aa
khoya hai paake jisne pyar mai hoon na
bechain mai hoon bekarar main hoon na

jo bandhan toote
jo apne roothhe
paas aa jaaye phir se dooriyaan
yeh kyun hota hai
ke dil rota hai
bebas ho jaati hai yeh zabaan
apne toh saare iss kinaare reh gaye
apne toh saare iss kinaare reh gaye
ho o
tanha chala jo uss paar
main hoon na aa aa
khoya hai paa ke jisne pyaar
main hoon na
bechain main hoon bekarar
main hoon na

jahaan bhi main jaaun
jahaan bhi main dekhoon
saare chehre begaane se hain
kabhi koi tha jo mera hi tha
yeh kisse abb afsaane se hain aen
kal zindagi ne khel khele thhe naye
kuchh log jeete jeet ke sab le gaye
ho o
hisse mein aaya jiske har
main hoon na aa aa
khoya hai paake jisne pyaar main hoon na
bechain main hoon bekarar main hoon na


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 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 :

5197 Post No. : 17178 Movie Count :

4625

Hullo Atuldom

Getting straight to the point.

There is an actress who made her debut in Hindi Films in 1970, though she signed her first film in 1968 itself. That first movie released much later in 1979 and promptly tanked. But we are not here to speak about the tanked film.

This actress had her initiation into the film-world as a child itself when she played a small role in a Telugu language drama as a one-year old (that movie released in 1958). At her mother’s behest, she dropped out of school (when in class 9) to start a full-time career in acting to support her family. Her first released film as lead actress was in Kannada (in 1969) opposite the Kannada superstar Dr. Rajkumar.

Coming back to her career in Hindi films, her first release was accepted by the audiences though she herself looked a little clumsy. It was revealed in later years that the clumsiness was because of not being fluent in Hindi (language) and not being able to express her discomfort in the outfits and accessories that she was made to wear. But she sportingly sported any outfit she was made to wear in her initial years even if it earned her the tag of “ugly duckling” etc. (I recall reading this in one of the magazines in my growing up years) But then she mastered the art of makeup and looked amazing, gorgeously beautiful and became a style icon for subsequent generations – of course all this happened post 1978.

In the early ’70s, she was cast in movies opposite actors who were in the waning phase of their careers. Possibly the only actors of her times (I would not say age-group) were people like Vinod Mehra, Rakesh Roshan, Jeetendra, Navin Nischol, Randhir Kapoor etc. She was accepted with whichever hero she was cast opposite. Movies with Rajesh Khanna, Sanjeev Kumar, Shatrughan Sinha, Vinod Khanna and Amitabh Bachchan came a few years later. Still later in her career, after she became a name to reckon with, we have seen her opposite even Kabir Bedi, Naseeruddin Shah, Om Puri, Amol Palekar, Farooq Sheikh, Raj Babbar and Mithun Chakravarthy. (I am sure I am missing the names of a few male actors). Aaah! I missed Shashi Kapoor and Dharmendra- she looked good with all of them. And finally in the ’90s, even Akshay Kumar, Anil Kapoor, and Southern superstars Kamal Hassan (in a Tamil film) and Rajnikanth played her male leads.

In her initial years as an actress (I have seen some of those movies thanks to satellite television) we could actually see her mimicking actress of her times and those before her times. I have felt that she has aped Jaya Bhadhuri, Mumtaz, Meena Kumari and even Yogita Bali (who was her co-star in some films) and was fairly good at it.

She has been nominated for the Filmfare Award 13 times and has won it 3 times – once as best actress and twice as best supporting actress. She was awarded the Filmfare Lifetime Achievement award in 2003. In addition to awards from the film fraternity she has been a National Award for Best Actress winner in 1982. Plus, she is a Padma Shri winner. She was a nominated member of India’s Rajya Sabha from 2012 to 2018.

She was a favourite of many of her co-stars too and when they ventured into film making she readily accepted whatever role they offered her- remember Shashi Kapoor’s ‘Vijeta’ (1982), ‘Utsav’ (1984), ‘Kalyug’ (1981); Jeetendra’s home production’s ‘Deedaar-e-Yaar’ (1982), Rakesh Roshan’s productions ‘Khoon Bhari Maang’ (1988), the first two editions of the ‘Krrish’ series i.e. ‘Koi Mil Gaya’ & ‘Krrish’.

When it comes to writing a post on this favourite I can write reams & reams. And I kept googling for so many combinations, songs etc and landed up on an interesting article. That article reminds us of the fact that she was the go-to actress when it came to playing a Kothewali-Courtesan-Dancer in a bar/restaurant (called item girl in modern parlance). In the run up to this post I saw a few songs showing her dance and I fell in love with all of them all over again. ‘Kamar-lachkaana’ was something that she excelled in and that particular dance step was taken to another level by Madhuri & Sridevi from the next set of actresses.

For today’s post, let us see her in a song from “Khoon Bhari Maang” (1988) which was produced and directed by Rakesh Roshan. It starred Rekha (today’s birthday girl), Shatrughan Sinha (I think this was a special appearance), Kadar Khan, Kabir Bedi, Sonu Walia, Saeed Jaffery, Satyajeet (who was a child actor once upon a time), Sulabha Deshpande, & Rakesh Roshan (for just one song). The movie had music by Rajesh Roshan, and Indeevar was the lyricist. Asha Bhonsle, Sadhana Sargam, Sonal Bhatwadekar, and Nitin Mukesh were the playback singers used. The movie had Rekha playing a wealthy widow who is almost killed by her wealth-crazy second husband (Sanjay played by Kabir Bedi). She survives the attempt, comes back looking dazzlingly beautiful and Sanjay is instantly attracted to her giving her a chance to lure him to his death thereby avenging atrocities meted out on her family. Rekha won a Best Actress award for this Plain Jane turning Avenging Angel act at the 34th Filmfare awards.

This movie resurrected Rekha’s career and she acted in a few more movies which had her playing similar characters.

Today’s song features Rekha as Rakesh Roshan’s wife in one version and a mother of two children in the second version. Then there is a third sad version of the song as well.Nitin Mukesh, Sadhana Sargam and Sonal Bhatwadekar are the voices used.

With Rakesh Roshan

With kids

Sad version

Song-Hanste hanste kat jaayen raste (Khoon Bhari Maang)(1988) Singers-Sadhana Sargam, Nitin Mukesh, Sonali Bhatwadekar, Lyrics- Indeewar, MD-Rajesh Roshan

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Part I (Sadhana Sargam, Nitin Mukesh)
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hanste hanste
kat jaayen raste
zindagi yoonhi chalti rahe
khushi mile ya gham
badlenge na hum
duniya chaahe badalti rahe

hanste hanste
kat jaayen raste
zindagi yoonhi chalti rahe
khushi mile ya gham
badlenge na hum
duniya chaahe badalti rahe

honthon se bijli chamke ae jab
jab tu muskaati hai

aa aa aa aa aa aa
saari haseenaaon se ae
haseen tu ho jaati hai

teri inhi baaton se ae ae
jaan mein jaan aati hai
hanste hanste kat jaayen raste
zindagi yoonhi chalti rahe

khushi mile ya gham
badlenge na hum
duniya chaahe badalti rahe

chamka mera chehra aa aa
saamne jab tu aaya
o o o o o o
tujhe laga jo haseen een
wo hai tera hi saaya
teri isi ada ne ae ae
aashiq mujhe banaaya

hanste hanste kat jaayen raste
zindagi yoonhi chalti rahe
khushi mile ya gham
badlenge na hum
duniya chaahe badalti rahe

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Part II (Sadhana Sargam, Sonali Bhatwadekar)
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hanste hanste
kat jaayen raste
zindagi yoonhi chalti rahe
khushi mile ya gham
badlenge na hum
duniya chaahe badalti rahe
hanste hanste
kat jaayen raste
zindagi yoonhi chalti rahe
khushi mile ya gham
badlenge na hum
duniya chaahe badalti rahe

tode jaane par bhi ee ee
phool hansa karte hain
tapte sehraaon mein aen aen
jharne mila karte hain
toofaan aane par bhi ee ee
deep jala karte hain
hanste hanste
kat jaayen raste
zindagi yoonhi chalti rahe
khushi mile ya gham
badlenge na hum
duniya chaahe badalti rahe

ik din samjhe na par
pyaar mein chain se jeena
dil ka chain milaa to o o
phir kya koi na lena
sab auron jise aaya
jeena kaa ye kareena
hanste hanste kat jaayen raste
zindagi yoonhi chalti rahe
khushi mile ya gham
badlenge na hum
duniya chaahe badalti rahe

maana jaane waale ae ae
laut ke kab aate hain
doob ke sooraj taare ae ae
phir se nikal aate hain
pyaar agar sacha ho o o
bichhde mil jaate hain
hanste hanste
kat jaayen raste
zindagi yoonhi chalti rahe
khushi mile ya gham
badlenge na hum
duniya chaahe badalti rahe

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Part III (Sad version) Sonali Bhatwadekar
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hanste hanste kat jaayen raste
zindagi yoonhi chalti rahe
khushi mile ya gham
badlenge na hum
duniya chaahe badalti rahe

maana jaane waale ae ae
laut ke kab aate hain
doob ke sooraj taare ae ae
phir se nikal aate hain

pyaar agar sacha ho o o
bichhde mil jaate hain
hanste hanste kat jaye raste
zindagi yoonhi chalti rahe
khushi mile ya gham
badlenge na hum
duniya chaahe badalti rahe


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 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 :

5074 Post No. : 16996

Hullo Atuldom

“Maine Pyaar Kiya” (MPK 1989) was from the Rajshri Productions stable. It was directed by Sooraj R. Barjatya, story by S.M.Ahale, and screenplay and dialogues were by Sooraj Barjatya. Asad Bhopali and Dev Kohli were the lyricists. Vijay Patil (a.k.a Raamlaxman) was the music director. Bhagyashree made her debut in this movie and it was Salman Khan’s first as a hero (he was present in “Biwi Ho To Aisi” in a supporting role before this). Aloknath, Rajeev Verma, Mohnish Behl, Reema Lagoo, Ajeet Vachani, Harish Patel, Huma Khan, Dilip Joshi, and Laxmikant Berde formed the supporting cast. There was a ‘homing pigeon’ too.
S.P.Balasubramaniam, Lata Mangeshkar, Shailendra Singh, Usha Mangeshkar, and Sharda Sinha were the singers who sang the 10 songs in the movie. We have the following two songs from the movie on the blog

Song Dat of post Remarks
Kahe tose sajna ye tohri sajaniya 16 July 2013 (by Shekhar Gupta)
Antaakshari song 27 December 2013

Shekhar Gupta’s post gives us the story of the movie.

Asad Bhopali was born Asadullah Khan in Bhopal on July 10th, 1921 to Munshi Ahmad Khan. He was learned in Persian, Arabic, Urdu and English. AT 28 he moved to Mumbai to become a songwriter. That was the period of lyricists and songwriters of repute like D.N. Madhok, Prem Dhawan, Rajinder Krishan, Khumar Barabankavi, Jaan Nisar Akhtar etc. and Asad Bhopali managed to create an identity for himself.

Asad Bhopali has given songs which have been popular and can be heard on the radio and music systems regularly. Songs like ‘woh jab yaad aaye’; ‘kismat bigadi duniya badali’; ‘sau baar janam lenge’; the fun song in the late ’70s ‘ram dulaari maike gayi’. Today’s generation or those in their 30s currently will remember the songs of ‘Maine Pyar Kiya’ (MPK) which was among the last movies that he wrote songs for. He passed away on June 9th, 1990. Thanking Asad Bhopali for today’s song and numerous others that he wrote for movies since his debut in 1949.

I have never seen MPK as a whole. Also I have not seen all the songs but the song with this post is one that no TV viewer or Radio listener can escape. It is in the voices of S P Balasubramaniam and Lata Mangeshkar but not a duet, its a multi version song. We cannot call the male version serious or sad but the female version is full of coy romance and is lip-synced by the dainty Bhagyashree Patwardan.

June 9th happens to be the birthday of a dear friend of Atuldom. I wish him a very Happy Birthday with this post. He is a person who is my inspiration in the sense that he learnt so many skills after retirement proving that there is no age-limit to learn anything new. He has no prejudices as regards the age of the music he listens to- meaning he is of the opinion there are good and bad songs/ music in all ages and times. He may not go out of his way seeking songs of new movies but appreciates good work when he sees it. He is generous in sharing his knowledge. He is among the few persons who I am comfortable in chatting with and can pick up the phone and start talking as if there is no gap in communication. The mornings of the WhatsApp group associated with the blog begin with his “GOOD MORNING” messages and we treasure the beautiful thoughts that come with it. (I am sorry if I am repeating everything that I said last year, but my feelings and thoughts remain the same)

We in Atuldom like to think of him as our IN-HOUSE ENCYCLOPEDIA and I prefer addressing him as Guruji or Arunji. Yes!! today is our dear Arunkumar Deshmukhji’s birthday. All his posts are so well-researched that I am sure it is a big, time consuming activity for him considering that he also has his responsibilities of being a doting father and proud grandfather. May God give you all the energy needed to keep the posts coming in at a steady pace and awaiting your 1100th post soon.

Wish you A Very Happy Birthday Guruji!!! Hope the great musical times continue. 🙂

Male version

Female version

Song-Dil deewaana bin sajna ke maane naa (Maine Pyaar Kiyaa)(1989) Singer-S P Balasubrahmanium/ Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics-Asad Bhopali, MD-Ram Laxman

Lyrics

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Male version– S P Balasubrahmanium
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dil deewaanaa
bin sajnaa ke
maane na aa
dil deewaanaa bin sajnaa ke maane na aa
ye paglaa hai
samjhaane se samjhe na aa
ye paglaa hai
samjhaane se samajhe na aa
dhak dhak boley
it ut dole din rainaa aa
ye paglaa hai
samjhaane se samjhe na aa
ye paglaa hai
samjhaane se samjhe na aa

dard-e-judaai kya hota hai
tum jaano main jaanoon
o ho ho
ho o o
dard-e-judaai kya hota hai
tum jaano main jaanoon
pyaar bulaaye duniyaa roke
kiskaa kehnaa maanoon
tumse miley bin dil ko kuchh bhi soojhe naa aa
ye paglaa hai
samjhaane se samjhe na aa
ye paglaa hai
samjhaane se samjhe na aa

o ho ho ho ho ho ho ho
ho ho ho ho ho ho ho ho

ban ke lahu nas nas mein muhabbat daude aur pukaare
ho ho ho
o o o
ban ke lahu nas nas mein muhabbat daude aur pukaare
pyaar mein sab kuchh haar diyaa
par himmat kaise haare
keh do duniya dil ka rastaa roke na aa
ye paglaa hai
samjhaane se samjhe na aa
ye paglaa hai
samjhaane se samjhe na aa
dil deewaanaa bin sajnaa ke maane na aa
ye paglaa hai
samjhaane se samjhe na aa
ye paglaa hai
samjhaane se samjhe na aa

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Female version Lata Mangeshkar
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o ho
lalalalalalala
hmm hmm hmm hmmhmm
o ho ho o

dil deewaana
bin sajna ke
maane na aa
dil deewaana bin sajna ke maane na aa
ye paglaa hai
samajhaane se samjhe na
ye paglaa hai
samajhaane se samjhe na
dhak dhak boley
it ut dole din rainaa
ye paglaa hai
samajhaane se samjhe na
ye paglaa hai
samajhaane se samjhe na

duniya maange apni muraaden
main to maangoon saajan
ho ho ho
ho o ho ho
duniya maange apni muraaden
main to maangoon saajan
rahe salaamat mera sajnaa
aur sajnaa ka aangan
iske siwaa na dil rab se kuchh bhi chaahe naa aa
ye paglaa hai
samajhaane se samjhe na
ye paglaa hai
samajhaane se samjhe na

hmm hmm
hmm hmm
hmm hmm
hmm hmm
ho ho o
o o o
ho o
o ho ho
ho o o o

ho o o ho ho
o o o
lalalalalalalalala
ho o o ho ho
o o o
lalalalalalalalala

jee ye chaahe bana ke aanchal
tumko lapetoon tan pe
ho ho ho
ho o o
jee ye chaahe bana ke aanchal
tumko lapetoon tan pe
main soochoon main ud jaaun
tumko liye gagan pe
aur bhi kuchh hain dil ke iraade
kya kehnaa aa
ye paglaa hai
samajhaane se samjhe na
ye paglaa hai
samajhaane se samjhe ae na


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 :

5052 Post No. : 16965

Today’s song is from the movie ‘Amar Kirtan-1954’.

The song is ‘Hari Om Tatsat’ sung by Geeta Dutt. I had come across this song in 2014 and had noted it then. However so far it remained to be posted on the blog.

When I had shared this song (lyrics only) earlier in ‘2014’ I was not equipped with HFGK Vol-III (1951-1960). Now, when I was preparing this write-up to present this song, I check the HFGK Vol-III for more information of this movie and the list of its other songs.

I find that there is a ‘part-2’ of this song sung by S.D. Batish and Asha Bhonsle as mentioned in HFGK. However, when I looked for the link of this song I do not find it except that I find a link where both the female & male versions are combined together.
When I listened to it I noted that the male version abruptly ends at one place though after two stanzas (the second one being incomplete). (So we don’t know if this song was in a male and female version or a female and a duet version).

On this combined link of this song we can read a comment from the ‘YouTube’ account ‘Ragmala’. ‘Ragmala’ is the official channel of Batish family.
The comment on this song link says that the tempo of recording in this song is faster and it should be on lower tempo. After reading this comment we can conclude (?), that this song should be a male-female version only. And there is no duet version of this song. The comment doesn’t mention anything about the complete song in it.

“Amar Kirtan-1954” was directed by K.C. Pandit for ‘Punjab Film Corporation, Bombay’.
It had Asha Mathur, Shahu Modak, Jayant, Naaz, Rajendra, Sita Bose, S. Prakash, Prem Kumar, Sitaram, Maya Das, Heera Sawant, Kumkum, Lalan, Bansari, Chand Burq, and others. Kumari Amita Devi, Kamal Mehra, and Madan Puri make a guest appearance in this movie.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 27.07.1954.

This movie had eleven songs (including two two-part songs) all written by Wali Sahab.

Music for this movie was composed by S.D. Batish.

Here is the list of songs of this movie:-

SNo Song Title Singer/s Posted On
01 Jai gurudeva, jai gurudeva, yug yug yug… S.D. Batish, Others
02 Hari om tatsat, hari om tatsat…(part-1) Geeta Dutt
03 Jaat paat aur oonch neech ko…(part-a) S.D. Batish, Asha Bhonsle
04 Thaare gail chaloon re saanwariya Asha Bhonsle 21.04.2017
05 Prabhu mori pariksha naahi karo S.D. Batish
06 Morey ghar shyam ghataa nahin barsi Geeta Dutt
07 Bhool gaya … panchhi bhool gaya path S.D. Batish 26.08.2017
08 Main to hoon bhagton ka das S.D. Batish
09 Hari om tatsat, hari om tatsat (part-2) S.D. Batish, Asha Bhonsle
10 Jin dhyayo shyam, tin paayo shyam (part-b) Asha Bhonsle
11 Nirdhan ki dasha S.D. Batish

From the above table we can see that, so far, only two songs from this movie ‘Amar Kirtan-1954’ have been posted earlier in ‘2017’ on the blog.

Today’s song is a ‘two-part’ song as mentioned above.

I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on this movie and its songs. I would also request readers to provide link of this song in the voice of S.D. Batish if they came across it or are already aware of it.

Let us listen to the today’s song now…

Geeta Dutt version

S D Batish version


Song-Hari Om Tatsat (Amar Keertan)(1954) Singer-Geeta Dutt/ S D Batish, Lyrics-Wali Sahab, MD-S D Batish

Lyrics

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Geeta Dutt version
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Hmm mm mm hmm hmm
Hmm hmm hmm
mm mm hmm hmm
hmm mm hmm hmm

Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Mahaa mantra hai ye
Tu isko japaa kar
Maha mantra hai ye
Tu isko japaa kar
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om

Mahaa neech ban kar
Mahaakal ban kar
Diye dukh jo Raavan ne
Chandaal ban kar
Diye dukh jo Raavan ne chandaal bankar
To ye mantra kaam aa gaya dhaal bankar
To ye mantra kaam aa gaya dhaal bankar
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Mahaa mantra hai ye
Mahaa mantra hai ye
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om

Dushaasan ne jab haath saari pe daala
Dropadi ke pat ko sabhaa me uchhaala
Dropadi ke pat ko sabhaa me uchhaala
To is mantra ne uske sankat ko taala
To is mantra ne uske sankat ko taala
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Mahaa mantra hai ye
Mahaa mantra hai ye
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om

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S.D. Batish version
—————————-
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Mahaa mantra hai ye
Tu isko japaa kar
Maha mantra hai ye
Tu isko japaa kar
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om

Koi kasht sansaar mein tujhko ghere
Nazar aayen chaaron taraf hi andhere
Nazar aayen chaaron taraf hi andhere
Nazar aayen chaaron taraf hi andhere
To uthhkar Japaa kar
Savere savere
To uthhkar Japaa kar
Savere savere
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat

Mahaa mantra hai ye
Mahaa mantra hai ye


Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat

Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om tatsat
Hari Om

Ubalte huye tel mein
Jabke phenka
To nirdosh prahlad kaise bachaa thha
To nirdosh prahlad kaise bachaa thha
Yahi shabd thhe us ghadi Uske munh par
Yahi shabd thhe us ghadi uske munh par


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 :

5035 Post No. : 16946

Today 1st May’2022 is the one hundred and third birth anniversary of legendary Singer Manna Dey (01.05.1919-24.10.2013). As a tribute to him, I am presenting a motivational song sung by him from the movie ‘Prahaar-1991’.

‘PRAHAAR: The Final Attack’ was a film Produced by Sudhakar Bokade and Directed by Nana Patekar. The star cast includes Nana Patekar, Dimple Kapadia, Madhuri Dixit, and Gautam Joglekar who played the second lead with Madhuri Dixit. Prominent Stage artist Shri.Habib Tanvir played the role of Gautam’s father.
The film was produced under the banner of ‘Divya Films combine’. Its cinematography was done by Debu Deodhar.

‘Prahaar’ had as many as three songs, and the one under discussion today has three versions sung two by Manna Dey (happy and sad) and one by Kavita Krishnamurthy. The lyrics are written by Mangesh Kulkarni, and music is scored by Laxmikant–Pyarelal.

I had watched this movie during my stay at Kota (Rajasthan) and I liked it very much. I watched this movie at least three-four times.

The movie highlights many issues within our society and for me this is one of the bests movies of Hindi Cinema. I will not go into the details of the story of the movie as it is better to watch and feel than to read about this movie. I wish that this film should be watched by everyone in India and introspect ourselves and our surroundings and the happenings around us… for a better India.

All the actors and actresses acting in the movie have delivered a power packed performance.

A detailed article about this movie has been written by our Respected Shri Sadanand ji while presenting the song Dhadkan zara ruk gayee hai.

Today’s song has three versions and all of them are being presented here. This song is sung by Manna Dey and Kavita Krishnamurthy. The highly motivational lyrics are by Mangesh Kulkarni, and the divine music is given by Laxmikant-Pyarelal.

Let us listen to this wonderful song …

Male version (normal)-Audio

Male version (Slow)-Audio

Female version (normal)-Audio

Male versio video (Partial)

Song-Hamaari hi mutthi mein aakaash saara (Prahaar)(1991) Singer-Manna Dey/ Kavita Krishnamoorthy, Lyrics-Mangesh Kulkarni, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
chorus

Lyrics

———————-
Male version (Normal)/ Female version (similar except last humming stanza)
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Hmm hmm hmm
Hmm hmm
Hmm hmm hmm
Hmm hmm hmm hmm

Hamaari hi mutthhi mein
Aakaash saaraa
Jab bhi khulegi
Chamakegaa taaraa
Hamaari hi mutthhi mein
Aakaash saaraa
Jab bhi khulegi
Chamakegaa taraa

Kabhi naa dhale jo
Wo hi sitaaraa
Dishaa jis se pehchaane
Sansaar saara aa
Hamaari hi mutthhi mein
Aakaash saaraa
Jab bhi khulegi
Chamakegaa taaraa

Hamaari hi mutthhi mein
Aakaash saaraa
Jab bhi khulegi
Chamakegaa taaraa

Hatheli pe rekhaayen
Hain sab adhoori
Kis ne likhi hai
Nahin jaananaa hai
Hatheli pe rekhaayen
Hain sab adhoori
Kis ne likhi hai
Nahin jaananaa hai

Suljhaane unko naa
Aayegaa koyi
Samajhnaa hai unko
Ye apanaa karam hai
Hmm hmm hmm hmm
Aa aa aa aa

Apne karam se
Dikhaanaa hai sab ko
Khud kaa panapanaa,
Ubharnaa hai khud ko
Hmm hmm hmm hmm
Andheraa mitaaye jo nanhaa sharaaraa
Hmm hmm hmm hmm
Dishaa jis se pehchaane
Hmm hmm hmm hmm
Sansaar saaraa
Hamaari hi mutthhi mein
Hmm hmm
Aakaash saaraa
Hmm hmm
Jab bhi khulegi
Hmm hmm
Chamakegaa taaraa
Hamaari hi mutthhi mein
Aakaash saaraa
Jab bhi khulegi
Chamakegaa taaraa

Hamaare peechhe koyi
Aaye naa aaye
Hamein hi to pehle
Pahunchnaa wahaan hai
Hamaare peechhe koyi
Aaye naa aaye
Hamein hi to pehle
Pahunchnaa wahaan hai

Jin par hai chalnaa
Nayee peedhiyon ko
Unhi raaston ko
Banaanaa hamein hai

Hmm hmm hmm hmm
Aa aa aa aa

Jo bhi saath aaye
Unhein saath le len
Agar naa koyi saath de to akele
Hmm hmm hmm hmm
Sulgaa ke khud ko
Hmm hmm
Mitaa de andheraa
Hmm hmm
Dishaa jis se pehchaane
Hmm hmm
Sansaar saara

Hamaari hi mutthhi mein
Hmm hmm
Aakaash saaraa
Hmm hmm
Jab bhi khulegi
Hmm hmm
Chamakegaa taraa

Kabhi naa dhale jo
Wo hi sitaaraa
Dishaa jis se pehchaane
Sansaar saara
Hamaari hi mutthhi mein
Aakaash saaraa
Jab bhi khulegi
Chamakegaa taraa

Aa aa aa aa
Hmm hmm hmm
Hmm hmm hmm
Hmm hmm hmm
Hmm hmm hmm
Hmm hmm hmm

Aa aa aa aa
Hmm hmm hmm
Aa aa aa aa
Hmm hmm hmm
Hmm hmm hmm
Hmm hmm hmm
Hmm hmm hmm
Hmm hmm hmm
Aa aa aa aa

Aa aa aa aa

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Male version(Slow version)
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Hamaare peechhe koyi
Aaye naa aaye
Hamein hi to pehle
Pahunchnaa wahaan hai
Hamaare peechhe koyi
Aaye naa aaye
Hamein hi to pehle
Pahunchnaa wahaan hai

Jin par hai chalnaa
Nayee peedhiyon ko
Unhi raaston ko
Banaanaa hamein hai
Hmm hmm hmm hmm
Aa aa aa aa

Jo bhi saath aaye
Unhein saath le le
Agar naa koyi saath de to akele
Hmm hmm hmm hmm
Sulgaa ke khud ko
Hmm hmm
Mitaa de andheraa
Hmm hmm
Dishaa jis se pehchaane
Hmm hmm
Sansaar saara
Hamaari hi mutthhi mein
Hmm hmm
Aakaash saaraa
Hmm hmm
Jab bhi khulegi
Hmm hmm
Chamakegaa taraa

Kabhi naa dhale jo
Wo hi sitaraa
Dishaa jis se pehchaane
Sansaar saara aa
Hamaari hi mutthhi mein
Aakaash saaraa
Jab bhi khulegi
Chamakegaa taraa

Aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa
Hmm hmm hmm
ho o o o o o o o o
Hmm hmm hmm
Aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa
Hmm hmm hmm
ho o o o o o o o o
Hmm hmm hmm
Aa aa aa aa aa aa
Hmm hmm hmm
ho o o o o o o o o
Hmm hmm hmm
Aa aa aa aa aa aa
Hmm hmm hmm
ho o o o o o o o o
Aa aa aa aa


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 :

4988 Post No. : 16878

Today we have a 2-part song from the film Guzara-1954.

The film was made by Aina pictures-owned by S.M.Yusuf. The film was produced and directed by S.M.Yusuf himself. he also did a small role in this film- the only film role he ever did in his film career. There were 3 lyricists- Raja Mehdi Ali Khan (5 songs), Fauk Jami (2 songs) and Munir Lucknowi (1 song) for the film’s 8 songs. Music Director was Ghulam Mohammad.

I have not seen this film. However, from what I have learnt about the film from various sources is that , the film was based on the life of a middle class family who finds it difficult to run the family in the limited income that the family had. The story concluded that mental happiness with our own people is the greatest happiness compared to rich living ! A typical Nehruvian philosophy- very popular in those times. Even big filmmakers like Mehboob Khan were also sold on this ideology. These were the days of rationing and shortages, increasing corruption and black marketing. The common man was broken in pieces but was fed the socialistic wine to keep him quiet !

The cast of the film was Karan Dewan, Paro, Jabeen jalil, Chand Burke, Baby Naaz, Romi, Tiwari, Balam and many others. This was the film in which actress Jabeen Jalil made her Debut.

In the early days of cinema, people joined the film industry for various reasons like…
1) joining filmline did not need any special skill
2) language, religion, education was not a consideration
3) need to earn
4) readiness to do any work

As the Talkie film era started, the requirements changed. For acting, one needed the ability to speak Hindi/Urdu fluently. A reasonably good looking personality and knowledge of singing were additional qualifications. For other technical departments, readiness to do hard work and a will to learn were required. During this phase many girls from singing families (read Tawaifs) were preferred and for them entry into films was easier compared to others. Many girls joined the filmline to get a good husband and settle as a housewife with dignity. Thus many Gujarati Sethiyas married actresses.

There was a very small but distinct category of artistes, who joined films as a “time pass’ or a passion for a short period. These artistes had no intention to continue in the film line.Their interests were varied and different from only doing work in films. included in this category were Classical singers like Manik Varma, Hirabai badodekar, Ram Marathe, Phiroz Dastoor, actresses like Shakuntala Paranjpye, Vasanti, Renuka Devi etc, writers like Dewan Sharar, Lyricists like Moti,B.A., MD like Mukund Rai Trivedi, actors like Kaycee Mehra, Shashi Kapoor Sr. etc, classical instrument players like Ravi Shankar, Pannalal Ghosh, Alla Rakha, Ali Akbar khan etc.

Nevertheless 99% of people joined because they needed to earn money. In the cast of today’s film Guzara-54, you see a name Jabeen Jalil. She is one such artiste who needed to earn money. Jabeen Jalil was a short petite but attractive actress.She was born on 1st April 1936 in Delhi, but was educated in Japan and Bombay, as her father was in foreign services of India.

She used to take part in college dramas and in one such drama the judges were Nigar Sultana and her director husband S.M.Yusuf. They offered her a film as a Heroine. Jabeen’s father had expired and only mother and younger brother were there. She accepted the offer. Her first film was Guzara in 1954. Her second film in 55 was Lutera. Her first hero was Karan Dewan and second was Nasir khan.
She became famous in New Delhi-56, in the role of Kishore’s sister Nikki’s role. She acted in 29 films, out of which 6 were unreleased. She also acted in 4 Punjabi films. She got a National award in 1962 for a Punjabi film in which her Hero was Prem Chopra.
She married Ashok Kak, a kashmiri Brahmin in 1968 and she did her last movie in 1974 Vachan. In 1989 they went to the US for 10 years and came back to Mumbai.Her son Divvij Kak is also an actor and Jabeen became a producer with Jabeen International.
She lives in Dadar, Mumbai nowadays.

Jabeen was a very short, thin and small frame girl. Some other actresses like her were Nimmi, Chand Usmani,and Smriti Biswas who all always looked like young girls.

The Hero of the film was Karan Dewan.

In Hindi films, there have been three actors who were very handsome and very lucky but zero in acting – Karan Dewan, Pradeep Kumar and Bharat Bhushan. They all appeared in leading roles opposite all leading actresses of their times. They had the best films, best songs and best roles. Karan Dewan had about 25 Silver Jubilees to his credit and was considered a lucky star. Bharat Bhushan had the most musical films to his credit like ‘Baiju Bawra’ (1952), ‘Shabaab’ (1954) and ‘Mirza Ghalib’ (1954) etc. Pradeep Kumar had ‘Anarkali’ (1953) and ‘Taj Mahal’ (1963).

All three had their brothers producing films for them. Gemini Dewan made films for Karan Dewan, R Chandra made films for Bharat Bhushan and Kalidas for Pradeep Kumar. Unfortunately, in later years, all three lost everything and died in poverty and neglectful anonymity. Karan Dewan was a manager with BR Chopra’s production company. When he died no one came for his funeral except for Chandrashekhar and Manmohan Krishan from the Cine Artists Association. Bharat Bhushan worked as a watchman in a film studio, in his last days. Even he died unsung and only the men from the Association were present at the cremation.

Pradeep Kumar’s case is the saddest. He lay seriously ill in the ICU of a Calcutta nursing home, abandoned by his relatives. The hospital was not discharging unless the bills were paid. Luckily one Mr. Pradeep Kondaliya, an estate agent, recognised him, despite his grown beard. He paid the huge outstanding bill of the hospital and took Pradeep Kumar to his home, where he passed away after a few days. He was cremated by his fan. Such is the film industry – cruel and ruthless, where the recognition lasts only till one is successful.

Dewan Karan Chopra aka Karan Dewan ( 6-11-1917 to 2-8-1979 ) youngest of three brothers, was born at Gujranwala, Punjab (now in Pakistan), British India. He studied in Lahore, where he became interested in Journalism and started editing a film magazine in Urdu, Jagat Lakshmi. One of the local distributors he met was Tarachand Barjatya, who was then the Manager of Chandanmal Inder Kumar’s distribution office at Lahore. Through his connection with Barjatya he landed in Calcutta, and in 1939, made his acting debut as Puran in the Punjabi feature film Puran Bhagat

Dewan started his film career with the role of Puran in Puran Bhagat in Punjabi in 1939 in Calcutta. It was produced by Raisaheb Sukhlal Karnani and directed by Roop K. Shorey’s father R. L. Shorey. His second film Mera Maahi (1941) was also a Punjabi film, directed by Shankar Mehta at Lahore and starring Ragini and Manorama. This was the movie in which he sang songs for the first time in the movies under the baton of legendary music director Shyam Sunder. Later, in Rattan, he sang for the first time in Hindi movies for Naushad. B R Chopra, then working as a film journalist in Lahore, helped Karan Dewan to get in touch with Devika Rani, who invited Dewan to come to Bombay. When this did not help Dewan get films, he taught “Urdu pronunciation to actors and actresses”.

In 1944, Karan Dewan acted in Rattan, a musical romantic drama, directed by M. Sadiq, which became one of the most popular films of that year. “A tremendous hit”, it paired Dewan with Swarnalata. His decisive film was Rattan (1944), which was produced by his brother Jaimini Diwan, and this movie turned out to be the biggest hit of 1944. He also sang songs in this movie under music director Naushad, and his song “Jab Tum Hi Chale Pardes” became popular. He sang in films such as Piya Ghar Aaja (1947), Mitti Ke Khiloune (1948) and Lahore (1949). His other important films were Zeenat (1945), Lahore (1949), Dahej (1950), Bahar (1951) and Teen Batti Char Rasta (1953). Known as a “jubilee star”, about twenty of his films are stated to have been jubilee (twenty-five weeks or more) hits.

Dewan married co-actress Manju in 1944 following the release of Rattan, in which she had a character role. By 1966, he was working as a casting agent for the film unit of Maya (1966). He continued to work in the 1960s and 1970s playing supporting parts in films such as Apna Ghar (1960), Shaheed(1965), Jeene Ki Raah (1969) and Nadaan (1971), with the last film in which he was credited, being Sohanlal Kanwar’s Atmaram (1979).

He worked in 73 films and sang 18 songs in 9 films. He worked with all leading actresses of his times,including Noorjehan and Nargis. At the end of his career, however, he was down financially and had to work as a Manager with B R Chopra’s company. When he died, except two workers of the Cine artistes association, no one else from the Film industry was present.

Today’s song is the 3rd song from the film Guzara-1954. In the part 2 song you will be surprised to hear the voice of Pt.Hridaynath Mangeshkar. It sounds just like a girl’s voice. I was confused but on inquiry, our Sadanand Kamath ji confirmed that the voice was that of Hridaynath only. Enjoy…

Part I

Part II

Song- Rang Rangeele pyaare pyaare laaye hum khilaune (Guzaara)(1954)- Singer- Lata / Hridaynath Mangeshkar– Lata, Lyrics-Raja Mehdi Ali Khan, MD-Ghulam Mohammad
Lata + Hridaynath Mangeshkar

Lyrics

——————————–
Part I- Lata Mangeshkar
——————————-

o o o o o
Rang Rangeele pyaare pyaare
laaye hum khilaune
Rang Rangeele pyaare pyaare
laaye hum khilaune
laaye hum khilaune
bachchon ke ye dil ke tukde
le lo aune paune
laaye hum khilaune

mausi ye gudiya tumhaari
ee ee ee ee ee ee
mausi ye gudiya tumhaari
bahu ban ke aayegi
haan bahu ban ke aayegi
pyaar se rakhogi usey
tumhaari ban jaayegi
tumhaari ban jaayegi

usko tum sataana na
zulm ispe dhhaana na
samdhan ko rulaana na
karogi rasoi ye bhi
bichaayegi bichaune
Rang Rangeele pyaare pyaare
laaye hum khilaune
bachchon ke ye dil ke tukde
le lo aune paune
laaye hum khilaune

?? ghar ki
udhar na lagaana
bhabhi aur bhaiyya ne maara
maara maari na karaana
maara maari na karaana

dulha miyaan dekho duniya
pyaar ki basaana
miyaan biwi jhagdenge to
hansega zamaana
dek bahu
nanad ko sataana na
saas ko jalaana na
susar(??) ko phudaana na
tum ?? seekhna
A B C D seekhna

theek hai beti

baaten nahin meri
mithhai ke ??
Rang Rangeele pyaare pyaare
laaye hum khilaune
bachchon ke ye dil ke tukde
le lo aune paune
laaye hum khilaune

———————————
Part II (Lata- Hridaynath Mangeshkar)
———————————-

Rang Rangeele pyaare pyaare
laaye hum khilaune
bachchon ke ye dil ke tukde
le lo aune paune
laaye hum khilaune

babujee namaste
mausi jee namaste
pyaare bhaiyya
tum hi le lo
mere khilaune saste
ho o o
pyaare bhaiyya
tum hi le lo
mere khilaune saste

chaar aane mein gudiya doongi
chulha aur bichaune
chaar aane mein gudiya doongi
chulha aur bichaune
Rang Rangeele pyaare pyaare
laaye hum khilaune
bachchon ke ye dil ke tukde
le lo aune paune
laaye hum khilaune

seth jee
o seth jee
arre chal chal chal

jhidkiyaan de log denge
hum na kuchh bhi zabaan se

maare maare kyun phirte hain
poochho ye bhagwaan se ae ae
poochho ye bhagwaan se
bheekh nahin lenge baaba
le lo ye khilaune
bheekh nahin lenge baaba
le lo ye khilaune
Rang Rangeele pyaare pyaare
laaye hum khilaune
bachchon ke ye dil ke tukde
le lo aune paune
laaye hum khilaune

chalte chalte tum hamaare
dil ke tukde kar gaye
dil ke tukde kar gaye
ek thhokar se tumhaare
jeete jee hum mar gaye

jeete jee hum mar gaye
dil toota khilaune toote
aankhen lagi rone
dil toota khilaune toote
aankhen lagi rone
Rang Rangeele pyaare pyaare
laaye hum khilaune
bachchon ke ye dil ke tukde
le lo aune paune
laaye hum khilaune


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 :

4951 Post No. : 16815

Today 6th February’2022 is the one hundred and seventh birth anniversary of Kavi Pradeep(6 February 1915 – 11 December 1998).

On this occasion, as a tribute to him, here is a song from the movie ‘Sambandh-1969’.

“Sambandh-1969” was directed by Ajay Biswas for ‘S.M.F. Syndicate Productions, Bombay’. It had Deb Mukherji, Anjana, Pradeep Kumar, Anita Dutt, Sulochana, Vijaya Chaudhary, Achala Sachdev, Abhi Bhattacharya, Nana Palsikar, Ulhas, Leela Mishra, Rani, Janaki Das, Manik Dutt, Sajjan and others.

This movie was based on Bangla Novel ‘Pratham Prem’ by Achintya Kumar Sengupta.

This movie had twelve songs written by Kavi Pradeep and composed to music by O.P. Nayyar.

Here is the list of all songs from this movie.

SNo Song Title Singer/s Posted On
01 Chal akelaa, chal akelaa, chal akelaa aa, tera mela peechhe chhoota raahi Mukesh 20.07.2009
02 Andhere mein jo baithhe hain Mahendra Kapoor 11.03.2011
03 Akeli hoon main piyaa aa Asha Bhonsle 23.07.2011
04 Apni maa ki qismat par mere bete tu mat ro Asha Bhonsle Being discussed today
05 Yah khushi leke main kya karoon Mahendra Kapoor
06 Dard ke gaaon se niklo Asha Bhonsle
07 Jo diya thha tumne ek din, mujhe phir wo pyaar de do Mahendra Kapoor, Hemant Kumar 01.10.2011
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Today’s song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. The song appears twice in the movie– once in the childhood of the hero of the movie (i.e., Deb Mukherji). His mother (Solochana) sings it when she is about to leave him with Abhi Bhattacharya and Achala Sachdev . The second time the song appears is when she has died and her son lights her funeral pyre.

Also seen in the picturisation of this song are Sulochana Latkar, Abhi Bhattacharya, Achala Sachdev, Deb Mukherji and others.

Lyrics for today’s song were sent by Prakashchandra.

(Lyrics for both the versions are same however videos are different as the song gets played on two different occasions in the movie. The second version does not have the ‘mukhda’ but ‘antaras’ are same).

Let us listen to the today’s song now and pay our tributes to Kavi Pradeep.

Part I (Video)


Part I (Audio)

Part II (Video)

Song-Apni maa ki kismat par mere bete tu mat ro (Sambandh)(1969) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Kavi Pradeep, MD-O P Nayyar

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)

——————-
Part I
——————-

apni maa ki qismat par
mere bete tu mat ro o
apni maa ki qismat par
mere bete tu mat ro o
main to kaanton mein jee loongi
jaa aa tu phoolon par so o
apni maa ki qismat par
mere bete tu mat ro o
main to kaanton mein jee loongi
jaa aa tu phoolon par so o
apni maa ki qismat par

tu hi mere din ka sooraj
tu hi meri raat ka chandaa
tu hi mere din ka sooraj
tu hi meri raat ka chandaa
ek din to degaa tu hi
mere ant samay mein kandhaa
mera dekh ke ujdaa jeevan
tu aaj dukhi mat ho o
main to kaanton mein jee loongi
jaa aa tu phoolon par so o
apni maa ki qismat par

hansne ke ye din hain tere
rone se teraa kya naataa
hansne ke ye din hain tere
rone se teraa kya naataa
rone ke liye to beta
janani hai jagat mein maataa
mere laal ye aansoo de de
apni dukhiyaa maa ko o
main to kaanton mein jee loongi
jaa aa tu phoolon par so
apni maa ki qismat par
mere bête tu mat ro
main to kaanton mein jee loongi
jaa aa tu phoolon par so
apni maa ki qismat par

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Part-II
————————

tu hi mere din ka sooraj
tu hi meri raat ka chanda
ek din to degaa tu hi
mere ant samay mein kandhaa
mera dekh ke ujdaa jeevan
tu aaj dukhi mat ho o
main to kaanton mein ae rah loongi
jaa tu phoolon par so
apni maa ki qismat par

hansne ke ye din hain tere
rone se teraa kya naataa
rone ke liye to beta
janani hai jagat mein maataa
mere laal ye aansoo de dey
apni dukhiyaa maa ko o
main to kaanton mein reh loongi
jaa tu phoolon par so
apni maa ki qismat par
mere bête tu mat ro o o
main to kaanton mein aen reh loongi
jaa aa aa tu phoolon par so o


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