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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.

Blog Day :

4494 Post No. : 16023

#The Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 110 # Tribute to actor Sanjeev Kumar #
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Today 6th November’2020 is the thirty-fifth ‘Remembrance Day’ of India’s one of the most admired and finest actors Sanjeev Kumar. He was born as Haribhai Jethalal Jariwala on in Surat on 9th July’1938. And he passed away due to a severe ‘heart attack’ on 6th November’1985.

A stint at a film school led him to Hindi film Industry and from there it was no looking back for him. He soon proved his versatility and genius in acting and also won prestigious National Film awards for Best actor two times- for ‘Dastak-1970’ and ‘Koshish-1972’.

And after that many awards and praises continued to shower on him for his various roles and class acting in movies.
But destiny has something else in store for him. While he survived a heart attack in 1976 and after that went to US to have a by-pass surgery, but it didn’t help and he suffered a massive heart attack on 06.11.1985 and passed away at the young age of forty-eight only. Though he played many roles of older age person in movies in real life he didn’t get a chance to reach that ‘older age’.

Sanjeev Kumar was an actor that everyone in Our group of cricket loving friends in our colony admired, even though they were ‘great’ fan of someone else.

I am reminded of many of his roles and the movies he acted in when I try to go down mewmory lane. But I will leave that for another post in the future. (I am also not giving here the other details of this movie as per my normal practice and leaving the same to be given with other song/s of this movie to be posted on the blog in near future).

I will now come to today’s song. It is from a movie which I remembered watching during those growing years between 1975-1980.

The movie is a ‘1972’ movie ‘Rivaaj’.

Two songs of this movie, both shared by me, have been posted on the blog earlier which were in my memory. Today’s song was also shared by me around the same time, but somehow it remains to be posted.

I will reproduce the text of my mail that I write to Atul ji then while sharing this song;

“Very happy to share this song, as it was in my vague memory and time to time haunt me some time. finally, I got it and now sharing to you.
though I do not remember the film completely now, but here in this song I got this saffron clad SANJEEV KUMAR as I had mentioned while sharing first song from this 1972 – RIVAAJ.

I am also reproducing a brief about this movie as taken from ‘Wikipedia’ here;

“Mala Sinha plays a young widow and she stays in the temple with her father Pujariji or temple priest played by Nazir Hussain. In the temple itself she meets Shekhar, Sanjeev Kumar, where both fall in love and want to get married, when opposition comes from Shekhar’s mother, Pandari Bai, who is against child widow’s re-marriage. She gets her son married to a woman of her choice played by Zeb Rehman. Lakshmi starts leading the life of a widow. Shekhar’s wife is blessed with a daughter Rajji and starts leading a contented married life, when destiny jolts him with loss of his job and death of his wife with cancer. Rajji happens to witness him lighting the pyre of her mother by Hindu custom, is unable to understand, and suffers a psychological shock thinking that her father had burnt her mother alive and would burn her too! She starts hating him and is scared of him, which further deepens the pain and loss of Shekhar.

Here respite comes for Rajji when her grandmother tells her that her mother will come back in the form of a plant or take up another woman’s form and return to her beloved daughter from God. Rajji goes to the cremation grounds again and sees a plant where her mother had been cremated. She starts talking to it as if it was her mother. Lakshmi who had come to the river nearby, chances to hear Rajji talking to the plant and filled with emotion starts talking back from the back of a small temple of God Hanuman, pretending to be her mother. Rajji is overjoyed and the ritual is repeated everyday with Lakshmi being unaware as to whose daughter Rajji is.
Meanwhile Shekhar saves the life of the wheel chair ridden sister and heiress Sulochana Latkar of Shatrughan Sinha, who appoints him as her estate manager, much to the chagrin of her brother. He is involved in saving her assets from her rogue brother many times which creates ill-will amongst them.

Shekhar is also told by his mother that Rajji meets some woman pretending to be her dead mother and Shekhar discovers that she is no other than Lakshmi who loves his daughter as her own now. Again, Lakshmi is derided by Shekhar’s mother as well as her own father Pujari ji for dreaming of having a family.

Shatrughan Sinha kidnaps Rajji and there ensues a bloody struggle which however nasty, brings back and unites Rajji, Lakshmi and Shekhar, bringing them back to the precincts of the holy Jagdish Ji Temple, the bells resounding the power and glory of God.”

Let us now listen to the today’s song and watch the great Sanjeev Kumar in ‘two-state’ of mind – ‘one totally devastated’ and want to ‘end the world’ as he has lost his beloved wife, and the other one pacifying him to ‘think and hope good fortunes coming to him in the future’.

The lyrics of this song are written by Kaifi Azmi and it is composed to music by Shankar-Jaikishan. Mohd Rafi and Manna Dey are the singers.

(video)
Song-Jalaa do jalaa do duniya ko jalaa do (Rivaaz)(1972) Singers-Rafi, Manna Dey, Lyrics-Kaifi Azmi, MD-Shankar Jaikishan
Chorus

Lyrics

Jalaa do o
Jalaa do o
Jalaa do
Jalaa do
Jalaa do
Duniya yahi duniya hai to
Duniya ko jalaa do o
Aag lagaa do
Jalaa do
Jalaa do
Jalaa do
Duniya yahi duniya hai to
Duniya ko jalaa do o
Aag lagaa do o
Jalaa do o
Jalaa do o

Aa
Aa aa
Aa aa aa

Har sapna jaley
Aa aa aa
Armaan jaley
Aa aa aa
Insaan jaley
Aa aa aa
Bhagwan jaley
Aa aa aa
Har sapna jaley
Aa aa aa
Armaan jaley
Aa aa aa
Insaan jaley
Aa aa aa
Bhagwan jaley
Aa aa aa

Har dil ko
Har ik seene ko
Shamshaan bana do
Jalaa do
Jalaa do
Jalaa do
Duniya yahi duniya hai to
Duniya ko jalaa do o
Aag lagaa do
Jalaa do
Jalaa do o

Aasaan hai jalna bhi
Aasaan jalaana bhi
ae kaash tujhe aata
Sansaar basaana bhi

Aasaan hain jalna bhi
Aasaan jalaana bhi
ae kaash tujhe aata
Sansaar basaana bhi

Aasaan hai jalna bhi

Aa aa aa
Aa aa aa

Kyun pee gaya ghabra ke
Zehar nafrat ka
Thhodasa mila leta
Amrit bhi mohabbat ka
Taskeen bhi mil jaati
Jeene ka bahana bhi
Aasaan hain jalna bhi
Aasaan jalaana bhi
ae kaash tujhe aata
Sansaar basaana bhi
Aasaan hai jalna bhi

Aa aa aa
Aa aa aa

Ek roz yahi
Aa aa aa
Sehra thha chaman
Aa aa aa
Thhi kitni khushi
Aa aa aa
Thhe kitne magan
Aa aa aa
Ek roz yahi
Aa aa aa
Sehra thha chaman
Aa aa aa
Thhi kitni khushi
Aa aa aa
Thhe kitne magan
Aa aa aa

Kyun rooth gaye mujhse wo din
Koi to bataa do o
Jalaa do
Jalaa do
Jalaa do
Duniya yahi duniya hai to
Duniya ko jalaa do
Aag lagaa do
Jalaa do o
Jalaa do o

Aasaan hain jalna bhi
Aasaan jalaana bhi
aye kaash tujhe aata
Sansaar basaana bhi
Aasaan hai jalna bhi
Aasaan jalaana bhi
ae kaash tujhe aata
Sansaar basaana bhi
Aasaan hai jalna bhi

Aa aa aa

Ye ashq kabhi dil mein
Toofaan uthaayenge
Jo rooth Gaye tujhse
Wo laut bhi aayenge
hai khel muqaddar ka
Bichhadon ko milaana bhi
Aasaan hain jalna bhi
Aasaan jalaana bhi
ae kaash tujhe aata
Sansaar basaana bhi
Aasaan hai jalna bhi
Aasaan jalaana bhi


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusaist 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 :

4300 Post No. : 15563

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 91 # “Dil Aur Deewaar-1978
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In Hindi ‘Dil’appears in a large number of titles. I am not listing them here because it will be a ‘long list’.

There are a few movies having ‘Deewaar’ in their titles (viz. ‘Sheeshe Ki Deewaar-1954’, ‘Chaandi Ki Deewaar-1964’, ‘Deewaar-1975’, ‘Waqt Ki Deewaar-1981’, and if we extend a little bit (or ‘cordon’ it? 😊) then ‘Chaar Deewaari’ in ‘1961’.
(I have included only those movies that have been launched on the blog. While preparing this post I found something new which needs to be checked with HFGK and we are always ready to wait for some interesting information in HFM, so we have to wait 🙂 ).

If I am not mistaken there is only one movie that contains both ‘Dil’ and ‘Deewaar’ in its title.

The movie is ‘Dil Aur Deewaar’ in 1978!!!

‘Dil Aur Deewaar – 1978’ was directed by K. Bappaiah for ‘Vijaya and Suresh Combines, Madras’. It was produced by D. Rama Naidu. It had Ashok Kumar, Jeetendra, Rakesh Roshan, Vijay Arora, Moushmi Chatterjee, Nirupa Roy, Prem Chopra, Jagdeep, Tarun Ghosh, Jagdish Raj, Pinchoo Kapoor, Sarika, Manorama, Shyamli, Shanti, Tuntun, Baby Shalu and others. Kamini Kaushal, Roopesh Kumar and K. Jaggaiah make a guest appearance in this movie.

Story of this movie was by Y. Sulochana Rani and its screenplay was written by Tarun Ghosh and Charandas ‘Shokh’. Charandas ‘Shokh’ also wrote the dialogues of this movie. K.A. Marthand was the Chief Editor.

This movie had six songs written by Anand Bakshi and composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal. Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar and Mohd Rafi had given their voices to the songs in this movie.

It was passed by Censor Board on 08.09.1978.

(As mentioned on ‘Wikipedia’ ‘Dil Aur Deewaar-1978 Hindi movie was based on a Telugu movie “Jeevana Tarangalu-1973’ directed by T. Rama Rao.)

I had not watched this movie in those years when I was growing up, but its name somehow was lying dormant in my memory and I don’t know why but I thought that there was something in the posters of this movie (may be a heart shape in place of the ‘ee’ ki maatra’ in its titles in Devnagri Script).

I watched this movie some two years back on my mobile phone (it became the second movie after ‘Aaj aur Kal-1966’ that I watched on my mobile which is the ‘most uncomfortable’ way of watching movies for me. I always prefer and like to watch movies on ‘big screen’ 🙂 )

‘Dil Aur Deewaar-1978’ is an interesting movie to watch and it keeps you engaged till the end of the movie. Few of its songs are also good. While watching the movie, I remembered being familiar with couple of songs from my radio listening days.

The song that I am presenting today appeared most familiar to me. My vaguely memory suggest that I have heard it frequently on radio in those days.

None of the songs of this movie featured in the annual ‘Binaca geetmala’ of that year the movie was released in.

I will not mention about the story of this movie and spoil it for those who wish to watch it. But I would like to write a review of this movie becausee I liked it. The performances of Moushmi Chatterjee, Jeetendra, Rakesh Roshan, Vijay Arora, Sarika and Ashok Kumar are also good given the story line and the regular ‘masaala’ in our movies of that time.

Today 26th April is seventy-second birthday (born on 26th April 1948) of Moushumi Chatterjee and on this occasion I present a song sung by Lata Mangeshkar and Asha Bhonsle, and both of them are singing for Moushumi Chatterjee only. 🙂

The lyrics are by Anand Bakshi and music is composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal.

Going through the filmography of Moushumi Chatterjee, as I look back at the movies of her that I have watched, I can say I have not watched many of her movies. But I have vague recollections of having watched “Anuraag-1972”, “Ghulam Begam Baadshaah-1973”, “Raftaar-1975”, “Do Jhhoothh-1975” with elders in the family. I surely remember watching “Roti Kapada Aur Makaan-1974”, “Be-naam-1974”, “Jai Bajrangbali-1976”, “Swarg-Narak-1978”, “Manzil-1979”, “Swayamwar-1980”, “Pyaasa Saawan-1981”, watching with family members and cousins.

Also I think I watched “Angoor-1982”, “Ghar Ek Mandir-1984”, “Aag Hi Aag-1987” with cousins in ‘summer vacations’ if I remember clearly.
The latest movie of her I watched was “Piku-2015” and in between there was “Ghaayal-1990”.

I think I watched “Sabse Badaa Rupaiyya-1976” on TV.

Today’s movie “Dil Aur Deewaar-1978” becomes the latest movie of Moushumi Chatterjee that I watched. I like her role in this movie very much and it’s a strong central character in this movie where I think she has performed very well.

Let us now wish Moushumi Chatterjee a very happy birthday today and a healthy and peaceful life ahead. Let us enjoy this song.

Audio

Video

Song-Tod de tu is bandhan ko (Dil aur Deewaar)(1978) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics (Based on audio link)

tod de ae
tod de ae
tod de tu is bandhan ko
tod de tu is bandhan ko
ye farz nahin
dastoor nahin
tod de tu is bandhan ko
ye farz nahin
dastoor nahin
teri maang mein lagaa hai jo
ik daagh hai wo
sindoor nahin
tod de tu is bandhan ko
baandh le
baandh le ae
baandh le man ko is bandhan mein
baandh le man ko is bandhan mein
farz hai ye dastoor hai ye
kaun mitaa saktaa hai isko
rang nahin sindoor hai ye
baandh le man ko is bandhan mein

tod de ae
tod de ae
baandh le man ko is bandhan mein

jaisa bhi hai jhhoothh se ae
ye sach achchhaa hai
jaisa bhi hai jhhoothh se ae
ye sach achchhaa hai

mangalsutra nahin ye
dhaaga sachchaa hai
kachche dhaage se bandh jaaye
tu itni majboor nahin
tod de tu is bandhan ko
tod de ae
tod de ae

is dhaage mein bandhi
hazaaron qasmein hain ae ae ae
is dhaage mein bandhi
hazaaron qasmein hain
toot nahin sakti ye
jag ki rasmein hain

tujhpar log hanse
taane den
kya tujhko manzoor hai ye
baandh le man ko is bandhan mein
farz hai ye
dastoor hai ye
kaun mitaa saktaa hai isko
rang nahin sindoor hai ye
baandh le man ko is bandhan mein

tod de ae
tod de ae

byaah nahin ye dhokha hai
par ab kya ho saktaa hai
mujhko kuchh bhi yaad nahin

phir bhi tu aazaad nahin
ye sab kisne dekhaa hai
saakshi bhaagya ki rekha hai
ye rekha mit sakti hai
kisme itni shakti hai
kaun hai tu
kaun hai tu
kya tera hai
teraa jeevan mera hai
main teri na maanoongi
tujhe main bujhdil jaanoongi
hunh
ha ha ha ha ha
is dukh se dil choor hai ye
farz hai ye
dastoor hai ye
kaun mitaa saktaa hai isko
rang nahin sindoor hai ye
baandh le man ko is bandhan mein
farz hai ye
dastoor hai ye
kaun mitaa saktaa hai isko
rang nahin sindoor hai ye
baandh le man ko is bandhan mein

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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तोड़ दे ए
तोड़ दे ए
तोड़ दे तू इस बंधन को
तोड़ दे तू इस बंधन को
ये फ़र्ज़ नहीं
दस्तूर नहीं
तोड़ दे तू इस बंधन को
ये फ़र्ज़ नहीं
दस्तूर नहीं
तेरी मांग में लगा है जो
इक दाग़ है वो
सिन्दूर नहीं
तोड़ दे तू इस बंधन को
बाँध ले
बाँध ले ए
बाँध ले मन को इस बंधन में
बाँध ले मन को इस बंधन में
फ़र्ज़ है ये
दस्तूर है ये
कौन मिटा सकता है इसको
रंग नहीं सिन्दूर है ये
बाँध ले मन को इस बंधन में

तोड़ दे ए
तोड़ दे ए
बाँध ले मन को इस बंधन में

जैसा भी है झूठ से ए
ये सच अच्छा है
जैसा भी है झूठ से ए
ये सच अच्छा है

मंगलसूत्र नहीं ये
धागा कच्चा है
कच्चे धागे से बंध जाए
तू इतनी मजबूर नहीं
तोड़ दे तू इस बंधन को
तोड़ दे ए
तोड़ दे ए

इस धागे में बंधी
हज़ारों कसमें है ए ए ए
इस धागे में बंधी
हज़ारों कसमें है
टूट नहीं सकती ये
जग की रस्में है

तुझपर लोग हँसे
ताने दे
क्या तुझको मंज़ूर है ये
बाँध ले मन को इस बंधन में
फ़र्ज़ है ये
दस्तूर है ये
कौन मिटा सकता है इसको
रंग नहीं सिन्दूर है ये
बाँध ले मन को इस बंधन में

तोड़ दे ए
तोड़ दे ए

ब्याह नहीं ये धोखा है
पर अब क्या हो सकता है
मुझको कुछ भी याद नहीं

फिर भी तू आज़ाद नहीं
ये सब किसने देखा है
साक्षी भाग्य की रेखा है
ये रेखा मिट सकती है
किसमे इतनी शक्ति है
कौन है तू
कौन है तू
क्या तेरा है
तेरा जीवन मेरा है
मैं तेरी ना मानूंगी
तुझे मैं बुझदिल जानूंगी
हुंह
हा हा हा हा हा
इस दुःख से दिल चूर है ये
फ़र्ज़ है ये
दस्तूर है ये
कौन मिटा सकता है इसको
रंग नहीं सिन्दूर है ये
बाँध ले मन को इस बंधन में
फ़र्ज़ है ये
दस्तूर है ये
कौन मिटा सकता है इसको
रंग नहीं सिन्दूर है ये
बाँध ले मन को इस बंधन में


This article is written by nahm, 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.

I wanted to write a post to this song as a Tribute to Mehmood on his death anniversay on 23rd July but I missed the date somehow.

This qawwali is special on many counts. First of all it is a composed by Madan Mohan and written by Rajendra Krishan. The film is Sanjog (1961). It is a marathon effort by Rafi Sahab and Asha Bhosle who are trying to outplay each other in this 10 minutes long qawwali. And ” sone pe suhaaga ” is a unique trivia about this song, as both the singers are giving playback to Mehmood, i.e. Mehmood male qawwaal and Mehmood in the guise of a female qawwaal.
Read more on this topic…


This article is writteb by nahm, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog.

I have recently seen the movie “Mere Mehboob” (1963) on Youtube, as recommended by the comments on the post of the song Tere pyaar mein dildaar jo hai mera haal e zaar .
Read more on this topic…


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