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Blog Day :

5163 Post No. : 17128

Today’s song is from the film Adab Arz-1943. The film was made by Amar pictures, Bombay – which was started by Chimanlal Desai after Sagar Movietone closed and he also left National Studios. The film was one of the 8 films that his son-Virendra Desai – directed in his failed career. Music was provided to the 12 songs written by Rammurthy Chaturvedi, Kailash G Matwala and Pt. Indra, by Gyan Dutt who had recently left his long association with Ranjit Movietone. The cast of the film was Nalini Jayawant, Karan Dewan, Kamla Chaterjee, Ansari, Pratima Devi, Dulari, Mukesh, Nagendra M, M Kumar, and many others.

Not much information is available about this film anywhere. This is one great obstacle in writing about old films. Maybe the people who collect records and Film Booklets have its booklet giving some extra details and an incomplete storyline. otherwise such stories are available only in the reviews appearing in Film magazines of those times. Magazine Film India was a good source of such stories, but unfortunately issues of 1943 year are not available on the Net-like other years.

Luckily, at least HFGK gives the data for film songs of most films of the year. Here also there are films for which absolutely on information – except the film title – is available. I do not know why it is so, but surely HFGK makers must be helpless in such cases. I know how much effort Har Mandir Singh ji and his team took in collecting the data for films for compiling one volume for each decade.

In the year 2012, I had bought all the then available Volumes (5 Volumes) for the 30’s, 40’s, 50’s, 60’s, and the 70’s decades. Of late, volumes for next decades are also available, but I have not bought them, as I don’t generally write on films made after the year 1980. However, I have got the Book of filmography from 1981 to 2000, published by Hamraz ji. Except song details, it has all other details about films made in these 20 years.

The HFGK volumes for 1930 to 1960 which I have, are in complete tattered condition. This is due to its constant-almost daily- use for the last so many years. The cardboard covers have separated from the rest of the papers and the pages are in “divorced” condition with other pages ! Even then I use the same volumes in ” as is where is ” condition (they are beyond ‘gumming’), because of the hundreds of the small notes I have made on each page and each name, song and each detail. Buying new volumes means losing all this information being used as a reference or maintaining all 10 volumes, at a time, which will be cumbersome !

HFGK has been one of the tools I have used in writing my more than 1100 articles. I can not imagine how I would have done it without them. HFGK provides names of major and minor actors, the director, the MD and the song details which makes it very easy for finding the songs on social media like YouTube etc. Kind song collectors upload “new” old songs from time to time. There are music collectors who collect only the songs of the old films (without collecting 78 RPM records), like, for example Dr. Surjit Singh ji. He allows any song lover to download these songs for FREE. A real social worker, I would say. My friend Shri Abhay Jain from the USA has given me more than 6000 songs from films of the 30’s and 40’s alone !

Many times HFGK provides names of some actors, singers , MDs, or Directors who evoke my interest as they are not commonly seen and I spend months collecting information about them from various sources. Even in today’s film cast I find 2 interesting actor names, Nagendra M. and A.N.Ansari. Today I will provide information about Nagendra M here.

Nagendra Majumdar. He was the father of Music Director Ninu (Niranjan) Majumdar. Nagendra was born in a happy family in the year 1894 in Bombay. After his father died, “Pearl Dairy” established by his father ran very well doing good business. Suddenly, Nagendra’s wife fell seriously ill and despite taking her full care, she expired. Due to neglect of the Dairy in this period, Dairy also closed down.

He shifted to Baroda and worked as a State Police Inspector. Later he worked as Watch and Ward Inspector in Baroda Railways. He left the job and started working as a hero in dramas of famous dramatist R.V.Desai. Heeralal, the owner of Laxmi Film Company, Bombay was impressed with his personality and took him to Bombay in 1926 to act in his silent films. Thus started his film career. In those days Silent films used to be completed within a month. He worked as a Hero in films of Laxmi, Jagdish and Imperial film companies.

In the same year, he directed a film ‘Paani mein aag’-1926, made by Royal Arts. Then came two more films made by Kaiser E Hind films. He also directed films for other companies. In all, he directed 15 Silent films by 1932. By then the Talkie had arrived. In the next 14 years he directed 12 Talkie films like – Ras Vilas-32, Sassi Punnu-32, Patit Pawan-33, mirza Sahibaan-33, Mera Imaan-34, Kala Wagh-34, Rangila nawab-35, Kimiyagar-36, Aaj ka Aladdin aka Aladdin II-36, Lehri lutera-37, Talwarwala-46 and Swadesh Sewa-46.

When offers for direction became few, he started acting in films. He acted in 12 films. When K L Saigal came to Bombay, Nagendra wanted to work with him. In the film Tansen-43, he did the role of Tansen’s (Saigal’s) father and he was very happy. Other films that he acted in were Kanchan-41,Beti-41, Khilauna-42, Bhakt Surdas-42, Armaan-42, Tansen-43, Gauri-43, Adab Arz-43, Bharthari-44, Prabhu ka Ghar-45, Ghazal-45 and Dhanna Bhagat-45.

His last 2 films came in 1946, but his health was not cooperating for quite a few years. He gave up work and took a rest. However, he suffered from paralysis and died on 22-8-1951. His son Ninu Majumdar worked in Bombay A.I.R. as head of Gujarati programmes, since 1937. By the time Nagendra died, Ninu had already started working as a Music Director.

As a Director, Nagendra had worked with the best of his times like, Master Vithal, Zubeida, Jillo, Billimorea brothers, Madhuri, Navinchandra, Durga Khote, Jairaj, Sultana, Noorjehan sr and such luminaries of those days. He had worked for Ranjit, Imperial, Sharda, Lakshmi, Jayant Desai films, Yagnik films etc etc.

I have information about Ansari also, but the post will be too long and I know from my own experience that nowadays long posts are not read by most people. Ansari will have to wait for some other time, another day.

Lastly, a little information about Director Virendra Desai and the heroine of this film Nalini Jayawant. They got married in 1943, when Virendra was 15 years older than the 17 year old Nalini and when he was already married having 2 daughters and 1 son too ! Their marriage was not successful and they divorced in 1948. Virendra Desai led a dejected and defeated life personally after this, whereas Nalini married again and shone a lot in Hindi films as an actress. When she died, she was living alone and her body was discovered after 3 days. The ‘ May-December ‘ marriage was not lucky for both of them !

Today’s song is the second song from this film in this Blog and is sung by Nalini Jayawant again.

(Author’s note- Information for this article is collated from various sources like Listener’s Bulletins No. 40 of Feb-80 and No.145 of July 2010, HFGK, muVyz, Sapnon ke Saudagar by Vithal Pandya, Silent films by Dr.Verma, Lost Treasures by Kamlakar P., Sagar Movietone by Biren Kothari ji and my notes.)


Song- Kheton pe chale bhaiyya kisaan re (Aadaab Arz)(1943) Singer- Nalini Jaywant, Lyricist- Rammurthy, MD-Gyan Dutt

Lyrics

kheton pe chale bhaiyya
kisaan re ae
kheton pe chale bhaiyya kisaan re ae
thumak bhaagi (??) peechhe jaaye re
thumak bhaagi (??) peechhe jaaye re

aage badha hindustan re ae
aage badha hindustan re ae
talwaar sang sang jaaye re ae
talwaar sang sang jaaye re ae
kheton pe chale bhaiyya
kisaan re ae
kheton pe chale bhaiyya kisaan re ae
thumak bhaagi (??)
haan haan
thhumak bhaagi (??)
haan haan
thhumak bhaagi (??)
peechhe jaaye re

hare bhare haaye khet humaare
hare bhare haaye khet humaare
bhaiyya ke sariya(?) pagariya daari
bhaiya ke sariya(?) pagariya daari
gori bhaabhi ?? samjhaaye
gori bhabhi ?? samjhaaye
jhanda tiranga jaise phahraaye re
jhanda tiranga jaise phahraaye re
kheton pe chale bhaiyya
kisaan re ae
kheton pe chale bhaiyya kisaan re ae
thumak bhaagi (??)
haan haan thhumak bhaagi (??)
haan haan thhumak bhaagi (??)
peechhe jaaye re
thhumak bhaagi (??) peechhe jaaye re


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Blog Day :

5103 Post No. : 17039

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2012-2022) – Song No. 65
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This date ten years ago (viz 8 July 2012) saw six songs from six different movies getting covered in the blog. Here are the details:-

Blog post number Song Movie (Year) Remarks
6195 Koi din zindagi ke gungunaakar hi bitaata hai Gunjan(1948) 4 songs covered out of 9
6196 Zara sun lo ham apne pyaar ka afsaana kehte hain Baazaar(1949) 15 songs covered out of 16
6197 Mohabbat karne waalon ka yahi anjaam hota hai Aankhen (1950) Movie YIPPEED by now
6198 Tera khayaal dil se mitaaya nahin abhi Doraaha(1952) 5 songs covered out of 8
6199 Murga murgi pyaar se dekhen Do Kaliyaan(1968) Movie YIPPEED by now
6200 Ye wahi geet hai jisko maine Maan Jaayiye(1972) Movie YIPPEED by now

We can observe that three movies (out of six) whose songs were covered on this date ten years ago have since been YIPPEED. That leaves us with three movies that are eligible for Blog Ten Year Challenge today.

“Gunjan”(1948) is one of three eligible movies.

“Gunjan”(1948) was produced by Nalini Jaiwant and directed by Virendra C Desai for Nalini Productions, Bombay. The movie had Nalini Jaywant, Trilok Kapoor, Balraj Sahni, David, Veena Kumari, Pandey, Purnima Chaudhary, Keshav Purohit, Narbada Shankar, Nakuj Malik, S Akhtar, Pandit Kaul, Baby Sukanya etc in it.

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

Here is the fifth song from ‘Gunjan”(1948) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Nalini Jaiwant. S R Saaz is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ashok Ghosh.

The song is reminiscent of the popular song “Afsaana likh rhi hoon” of those days.

Only the audio of the song is available, but it is clear that the song was picturised on Nalini aiwant herself.

Lyrics of the song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.


Song-Rote huye ko aur rulaata hai zamaana (Gunjan)(1948) Singer-Nalini Jaiwant, Lyrics-S R Saaz, MD-Ashok Ghosh

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

rote huye ko aur rulaataa hai ae zamaanaa
aansoo na bahaanaa..aa aa
aansoo na bahaanaa
rote huye ko aur rulaataa hai ae zamaanaa
aansoo na bahaanaa aa aa
aansoo na bahaanaa

ye aansoo hain mitaati huyi
khushiyon ki nishaani..eee
ye aansoo hain mithaati huyi
khushiyon ki nishaani..eee
seeney mein chhupaa ley ye ae
motiyon ka khazaanaa..aa aa
yoon hi na lutaanaa
rote huye ko aur rulaataa hai ae zamaanaa
aansoo na bahaanaa aa aa
aansoo na bahaanaa

mat keh ke tooney
aaj tak dekhi nahin khazaa
mat keh ke tooney
aaj tak dekhi nahin khazaa
mil jaayegaa zamaaney ko
hansney kaa bahaanaa..aa..aa
ye raaz chhupaanaa
rote huye ko aur rulaataa hai ae zamaanaa
aansoo na bahaanaa..aa aa
aansoo na bahaanaa

kya jaaney kab sulag padey
bujhtey..ae huye armaan..aan..aan
kya jaaney kab sulag padey/padein
bujhtey..ae huye armaan..aan
beetey dinon ki yaad na
is dil ko jalaa naa/jalaanaa
achcha hai bhulaanaa
rote huye ko aur rulaataa hai ae zamaanaa
aansoo na bahaanaa..aa aa
aansoo na bahaanaa


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Blog Day :

4980 Post No. : 16861

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2012-2022) – Song No. 25
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This date ten years ago, viz 7 march 2012 saw six songs from six different movies getting covered. The sixth and final song of the day was 5600th song of the day. In other words, the movie completed its 56th century in the blog on this day ten years ago.

Here are the details of the songs that were covered on March 2012:-

5595 Kuchh yaad rahe to sun kar jaa Jawaab (1942) Movie YIPPEED by now
5596 Muhabbat hamaari zamaana hamaara Dulaari(1949) Movie YIPPEED by now
5597 Dil ke sahaare jaan se pyaare Taangawaali(1955) 7 songs out of 9 covered so far
5598 Badi mushqil hai ajab mera dil hai Chingaari(1955) 6 songs out of 8 covered so far
5599 Geet tere saaz ka Inteqam(1969) Movie YIPPEED by now
5600 Main hoon albeli Mujrim Kaun(1966) One song out of 8 covered so far

Three out of six movies whose songs were discussed on that day have since been YIPPEED in the blog. That leaves us with three movies that are still unYIPPEED and therefore eligible for Blog Ten Year Challenge today.

“Chingaari”(1955) is one such movie.

“Chingaari”(1955) was directed by S Srivastava for co-operative pictures production, Bombay. The movie had Shekhar, Nalini Jaywant, Leela Misra, Sunalini Devi, Pran etc in it.

This forgotten movie had eight rare songs in it. Six songs have been covered in the past.

As part of Blog Ten Year Challenge, here is the seventh and penultimate song from “Chingaari”(1955). The song is sung by Nalini Jaiwant. Anjum is the lyricist. Music is composed by Manohar Arora.

Lyrics of the song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

audio link:

Song-Manzil pe pahunchna ab dushwaar hamaara hai (Chingaari)(1955) Singer-Nalini Jaiwant, Lyrics-Anjum, MD-Manohar Arora

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

manzil pe pahunchna ab dushwaar hamaaraa hai
toofaan mein kasti hai aey ae ae ae
toofaan mein kashti hai
aur door kinaaraa hai
manzil pe pahunchnaa

dukh dard ke maaron ko o o o o
dukh dard ke maaron ko
ab kaun sahaaraa hai
le de ke fakkat teraa
ek maut sahaaraa hai
manzil pe pahunchnaa

qismat hamein le aayee..ee..ee…ee ee
ye kaun si duniyaa mein
ye kaun si duniyaa mein
qismat hamein le aayee ee ee ee..ee
ye kaun si duniyaa mein
ye kaun si duniyaa mein
suraj bhi nigaahon mein
dhundhlaa saa sitaaraa hai
manzil pe pahunchnaa

kaante ki tareha ab to o o o o oo oo oo oo o o
har saans khatakti hai ae ae
har saans khatakti hai
kaante ki tarey ae ab to..oo..oo
har saans khatkti hai
har saans khatkti hai
nazdeek bahot shaayad
ab waqt hamaaraa hai
manzil pe pahunchnaa ab
dushwaar hamaaraa hai
toofaanon mein kashti hai
aur door
kinaaraa hai aey ae ae


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 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 :

4542 Post No. : 16112

Chandraseniya Kayastha Prabhu, popularly known as CKP is one of the numerically smallest Marathi speaking communities of Maharashtra. But he cummnity has produced many intellectuals, playwrights, writers and bureaucrats. They are also regarded as an elite and a broad-minded community. But when one of their girls, Saroj Shilotri (Shobhna Samarth after marriage) tried to venture into films, her maternal uncle (who became the guardian after the death of her father) vehemently opposed her entry into films. The reason was, ‘who will marry her’? Those days, even broad-minded communities regarded working in the films as an act of moral turpitude.

Luckily for Shobhna Samarth, before signing her first film in 1935, she got engaged to Kumar Samarth who also belonged to CKP community. He had just returned from Germany after completing a course in cinematography. Later, they married. But her maternal uncle did not forgive her for the act of what he regarded as a sacrilege of family traditions.

About 5 years later, Shobhna Samarth’s maternal uncle again faced a similar situation. This time, it was his daughter, Nalini Jaywant who was inclined to join the film industry after she was picked up by producer Chimanbhai Desai for his film, ‘Radhika’ (1941). After a great deal of persuasion by a common friend of Chimanbhai Desai and Nalini Jaywant’s maternal uncle, the latter reluctantly permitted her to act in the film.

Today, December 24, 2020 is the 10th Remembrance Day of Nalini Jaywant. 10 years ago, she died of a heart attack but it came to the notice 3 days after her death in her bungalow by neighbours, thanks to the continuing howling by her two pet dogs. She was staying alone after the death of her husband, Prabhu Dayal and was leading a life of a recluse with a couple of pet dogs to give her the company. A distant relative of her is said to have took her body on a municipal ambulance and cremated her.

This unfortunate happening shows that Nalini Jaywant’s 25 years of an active and successful filmy career with 63 films did not counted at the end. During her heydays, she used to host a number of filmy parties and get-together in her bungalow. But after the death of her husband, Prabhu Dayal, the same bungalow had witnessed almost a deserted look during her last 20 years. Her first marriage her director, Virendra Desai in 1945 who was already married with children (whom she divorced in 1948) probably the marriage arising out of infatuation. The second with Prabhu Dayal in 1963 were probably the marriage of convenience. Her parents and brothers kept distance from her. Probably, they did not like her indulgence in socially unexpected behaviour after she joined the films.

Nalini Jaywant (18/02/1926 – 24/12/2010) had two distinct phases of her filmy career. The first phase began with her debut film ‘Radhika’ (1941) produced by Chimanbhai Desai and directed by his son, Virendra Desai. Baburao Patel, the editor of ‘Filmindia’ magazine did not review the film by saying that he did not want to waste the costly paper by reviewing the useless film. Her second film to release was Mehboob Khan’s ‘Bahen’ (1941) where she was paired with Sheikh Mukhtar in the role of his younger sister. This was followed by ‘Nirdosh’ (1941) with Mukesh, ‘Aankh Michowli’ (1942) with Satish Batra and ‘Aadab Arz’ (1943) with Karan Diwan. These films did not create much ripples in the box office front but Nalini Jaywant established herself in the Hindi film industry as an accomplished actress.

Sometime in 1945, Nalini Jaywant married Virendra Desai who was already married with children. This was not liked by his father, Chimanbhai Desai who expelled Virendra Desai from the house and removed him from his film production company, Amar Films. Later, both of them signed a 2-year contract with Filmistan – Nalini Jaywant as an actress and Virendra Desai as a director with a monthly salary and a bungalow in Malad to stay. However, both of them did not get any assignment during the period of contract though Filmistan had produced films like ‘Shikaari’ (1946), ‘Aath Din’ (1946), ‘Safar’ (1946), ‘Do Bhai’ (1947), ‘Saajan’ (1947). ‘Shehnaai’ (1947) etc during the period of their contract. The two-year contract was like two-year ‘vanwaas’ for them from films. This gap was long enough for the film industry to forget their existence.

The first thing Nalini Jaywant and Virendra Desai did after the period of contract got over was to re-establish themselves in the film industry. Both of them formed a film production company, Nalini Films. ‘Gunjan’ (1948) was the outcome of it which was directed by Virendra Desai. After the failure of the film at the box office, Nalini Jaywant divorced Virendra Desai in 1948. My assessment of their divorce is that she may have realised that so long as her name is attached with Virendra Desai, she would not get any role in the new films in the making as her husband would insist to be the director of her films. The divorce was also good for Virendra Desai in that he went back to his family.

The first film Nalini Jaywant signed after her divorce was ‘Anokha Pyaar’ (1948) with Dilip Kumar and Nargis. This film gave her a new lease of life in her filmy career. Film critics praised her in the role of a flower girl. But the real-take off in her filmi career came from a hit film. ‘Samaadhi’ (1950) in which she paired with Ashok Kumar for the first time. This was followed by another big success for her in ‘Sangraam’ (1950), once again pairing with Ashok Kumar. The success of Ashok Kumar-Nalini Jaywant combination resulted in both working together in as many as 11 films during 1950-57. Her second film. ‘Shikast’ (1953) was a milestone in that she could stand-up to the acting caliber of Dilip Kumar for which he praised her for her performance.

The box office success of ‘Naastik’ (1954) in which she was paired with Ajit resulted her working with him in 11 films. But after ‘Kaala Paani’ (1958), Nalini Jaywant did not have films to much talk about. From the beginning of the 1960s, film offers started declining. Many new leading actresses had joined the film industry and the age was catching with her.

The box office failure of ‘Amar Rahe Ye Pyaar’ (1961) jointly produced by Radhakrishan and Prabhu Dayal and directed by Prabhu Dayal financially broke both of them. While Radhakrishan committed suicide by jumping from his building, Prabhu Dayal who by this time had married Nalini Jaywant, became an alcohol addict. ‘Bombay Race Course’ (1965) was virtually her last film as a heroine after which she did not work in the films until she was offered character roles in ‘Bandish’ (1980) and ‘Naastik’ (1983).

In an interview published on DNA India on the eve of Dilip Kumar’s 90th birthday, he said among other things that he consistently rated Nalini Jaywant as his formidable co-star. He further said that she was the only actress who could spring surprises in the final takes if he was not alert, thanks to the natural spontaneity she possessed.

In a rare interview of Nalini Jaywant published in the Deccan Herald after her death in 2010, she regretted that she could get the opporrtunity to show her acting prowess only in films like ‘Anokha Pyaar’ (1948), ‘Samgraam’ (1950), ‘Shikast’ (1953), ‘Raahi’ (1953) and ‘Kaala Paani’ (1958). She said that she was not interested in making a come back in the film when the offer came for a character role in ‘Naastik’ (1983). But she had to accept it after many requests from Pran and Promod Chakravarty.

Pranay Gupte, the first cousin of Nalini Jaywant [Pranay’s mother, Professor (Dr.) Charusheela Gupte and Nalini Jaywant’s mother are sisters] who had visited her bungalow many times in his teen, wrote a tributary article – ‘Alone and Forgotten’ which appeared in ‘The Hindu’- December 29, 2010. In this article, he said “Actor Nalini Jaywant was a relic of a glorious past who lived in an unforgiving present. Listening to her in the autumn of her life made you flinch”. By the way, Pranay Gupte is a veteran international journalist and authors of several books who is based in the U.S.A.

On the occasion of Nalini Jaywant’s 10th Remembrance Day, I have selected one of the songs from her second released film ‘Bahen’ (1941). In this film, there were 12 songs of which 2 songs have been covered in the Blog. The songs picturised on Nalini Jaywant in the film were sung by her.

The song I am presenting is ‘aayi jawaani jiya lehraaye’ which is rendered by and picturised on Nalini Jaywant who was 15 years of age. The song is written by Safdar Aah Sitapuri which is set to music by Anil Biswas. As the song comes to an end, one can see Shaikh Mukhtar weeping because he does not want his sister to go away from him after marriage. A young Kanhaialal, the prospective bridegroom, is also seen at the end of the song.

Video Clip:

Audio Clip:

Song-Aayi jawaani jiya lahraaye (Bahan)(1941) Singer-Nalini Jaiwant, Lyrics-Safdar Aah Sitapuri, MD-Anil Biswas

Lyrics (Based on Video Clip)

jiya lehraaye
aayi jawaani
jiya lehraaye
aayi jawaani
jiya lehraaye
piya ghar jaana
sajan ghar jaana
piya ghar jaana
sajan ghar jaana
naihar ki galiyon mein kachhu na suhaaye
naihar ki galiyon mein kachhu na suhaaye
aayi jawaani
jiya lehraaye
aayi jawaani
jiya lehraaye

sakhiyaan saheliyaan hoy gayin suhaagin
sakhiyaan saheliyaan hoy gayin suhaagin
hoy hoy mora jiya lalchaaye
hoy hoy mora jiya lalchaaye
pee ke kunwar bin sooni sooni laagoon
pee ke kunwar bin sooni sooni laagoon
sundar gahanwa more man bhaaye
sundar gahanwa more man bhaaye
aayi jawaani
jiya lehraaye
aayi jawaani
jiya lehraaye
piya ghar jaana
sajan ghar jaana
piya ghar jaana
sajan ghar jaana
naihar ki galiyon mein kachhu na suhaaye
naihar ki galiyon mein kachhu na suhaaye
aayi jawaani
jiya lehraaye
aayi jawaani
jiya lehraaye


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Blog Day : 4107 Post No. : 15258

“Gunjan” (1948) was a Nalini Production movie. It was directed by V Desai. The movie had Trilok Kapoor, Nalini Jaiwant, David Abraham, Pande, Balraj Sahni, Veena Kumari, Purnima, Narmada Shanker etc in it.

The movie had nine songs in it. hree of these songs have been covered.

Here is the fourth song from “Gunjan” (1948) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Nalini Jaiwant. S R Saaz is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ashok Ghosh.

Only the audio of the song is available. It is clear that the song was picturised on Nalini Jaiwant herself who was not only the leading lady of the movie but also the producer of the movie. Nalini Jaiwant is considered an occasional singer but she has sung this song like an accomplished singer. This song is arguably the best of all the Nalini Jaiwant songs that she has sung in HFM.


Song-Jal barsaaye nainwa man mein kaisi aag lagi(Gunjan)(1948) Singer-Nalini Jaiwant, Lyrics-S R Saaz, MD-Ashok Ghosh

Lyrics

aa
jal barsaaye nainwa
man mein kaisi aag lagi
man mein kaisi aag lagi
man mein kaisi aag lagi
kyun aa gayi jawaani mujhpar
liye dukhon ka haar aar
gaya kahaan wo bhola bachpan
kit gayen laado pyaar
uljhan mein hai jaan phansi
phir ye kaisi aag lagi
man mein kaisi aag lagi
man mein kaisi aag lagi

aa aa
main samjhi thhi prem kali se
mahak uthhegi kyaari
jaane ekaaek hua kya
kali bani chigaari
hey
ghar ke deepak se ghar jalta hai
dhuaan nikal na paaye
ae
ghut ghut kar marti abla sa
nikle na munh se haay
uljhan mein hai jaan phansi
phir ye kaisi aag lagi
man mein kaisi aag lagi
man mein kaisi aag lagi ee
man mein kaisi aag lagi


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Blog Day : 3737 Post No. : 14685

“Gunjan” (1948) was a Nalini Production movie. It was directed by V Desai. The movie had Trilok Kapoor, Nalini Jaiwant, David Abraham, Pande, Balraj Sahni, Veena Kumari, Purnima, Narmada Shanker etc in it.

The movie had nine songs in it. Two of these songs, both sung by Mukesh, have been covered in the blog long ago, viz on 2012 and 2013.

Here is the third song from “Gunjan” (1948) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Nalini Jaiwant. Vrajendra Gaud is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ashok Ghosh.

Only the audio of the song is available. It is clear that the song was picturised on Nalini Jaiwant herself who was not only the leading lady of the movie but also the producer of the movie..


Song-Kiska saath nibhaaun nibhaaun (Gunjan)(1948) Singer-Nalini Jaiwant, Lyrics-Vrajendra Gaud, MD-Ashok Ghosh

Lyrics

kiska saath nibhaaun
nibhaaun
ye hai sooraj ye hai chanda
main sandhya si rahi beech mein
kiska saath nibhaaun nibhaaun
kiska saath nibhaaun nibhaaun
ye hai sooraj ye hai chanda

sooraj tan mein aag lagaata
bhole man ko chaand sataata
sooraj tan mein aag lagaata
bhole man ko chaand sataata
main samjhaati khadi akeli
peeda kise sunaaun sunaaaun
kiska saath nibhaaun nibhaaun
ye hai sooraj ye hai chanda

tan hai sooraj ke bandhan mein
tan hai sooraj ke bandhan mein
chaand
chaand chhipa man ke gunjan mein
chaand
chand chhipa man ke gunjan mein
main samjhaati ulajh rahi hoon
kuchh bhi samajh na paaun
nibhaaun
kiska saath nibhaaun nibhaaun
ye hai sooraj ye hai chanda


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

Saga Of Sleepless Nights – 3
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neend kabhi rehti thi aankhon mein
ab rehte hain saanwariya

Aah, so now we know, the sleep can no longer come to the eyes, for the eyes are already occupied with the images of the beloved. You cannot accommodate two swords in a single scabbard. Or for that matter, two lions in the same cave. So it has to be that sleep will have to wait outside, while the joys of visions of the beloved crowd all the room inside the eyes.
Read more on this topic…


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