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Atul’s Song A Day- A choice collection of Hindi Film & Non-Film Songs

Archive for the ‘Pathos’ Category


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“Gauhar” (1953) was directed by F H Hasan for All Indian Pictures production, Bombay. The movie had Bina Rai, Rehman, Agha, Vijaylaxmi, Chaman Puri, Charlie, Cuckoo etc in it.

This movie had six songs in it. Four of these songs have been covered in the blog in the past.

Here is the fifth song from “Gauhar” (1953) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Sudha Malhotra. Shakeel Badayuni is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ghulam Mohammad.

Only the audio of this rare melancholic song is available. i request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song which sounds like a gem that has been forgotten with time.


Song-Kismat ne loota Dil mera toota(Gauhar)(1953) Singer-Sudha Malhotra, Lyrics-Shakeel Badayuni, MD-Ghulam Mohammad

Lyrics

Kismat ne loota
dil mera toota
jeewan ki naiyya doobi
maajhi bhi chhoota
maajhi bhi chhoota
kismat ne loota
dil mera toota
jeewan ki naiyya doobi
maajhi bhi chhoota
maajhi bhi chhoota

apni dhun mein hain gaayen
apni dhun mein hain gaayen
dukh mera na koi jaane
deti hai duniya taane
bhaag apna phhoota
bhaag apna phhoota
kismat ne loota
dil mera toota
jeewan ki naiyya doobi
maajhi bhi chhoota
maajhi bhi chhoota

bhagwan bula le mujhko
bhagwan bula le mujhko
gham se chhhuda le mujhko
ab to uthha le mujhko
ye jag hai jhhoothha
ye jag hai jhhoothha
kismat ne loota
Dil mera toota
jeewan ki naiyya doobi
maajhi bhi chhoota
maajhi bhi chhoota

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“Dukhiyaari”(1948) was directed by D K Ratan for Jeevan Jyot Kala Mandir, Bombay. The movie had Surendra, Trilok Kapoor, Meena, Ranjeet Kumari, Cuckoo, Chaand Burque, Majnu, Bhudo Advani, Ramesh Mohan, Chandramohan etc in it.

Four songs from this movie has been discussed in the past.

Here is the fifth song from this obscure movie. This song is sung by Surendra. F M Kaiser is the lyricist. Gyan Dutt is the music director.

Only the audio of this song is available. Seeing that Surendra was an actor-singer and his name figures in the cast, it is clear that the song was picturised on himself. And going by the lyrics, one can guess that a heart broken Surendra is singing this song as his “majboor” beloved is getting married to someone else- a standard fare in Hindi movies that would then lead to a melancholic song like this.


Song-Ab hamko bhula do kehte hain (Dukhiyaari)(1948) Singer-Surendra, Lyrics-F M Kaiser, MD-Gyan Dutt

Lyrics

ab hamko bhula do
kehte hain
kehte hain
kehte thhe kabhi jo bhulaana na
bhulaana na
bhulaana na
wo apni nazar se kehte thhe
ghar dil mein kisi ke banaana na
bhulaana na
bhulaana na

tu shaad raho
aabaad raho
majbooriyon ka ab jikr hi kya
majbooriyon ka ab jikr hi kya
taqdeer hi bigdi jab apni
phir tumse karen shiqwa kaisa
phir tumse karen shiqwa kaisa

haa aa aa
haaye
ho shaadi mubaarak tumko
meri barbaadi ka gham khaana na
bhulaana na
bhulaana na
ab hamko bhula do kehte hain
kehte thhe kabhi jo bhulaana na

jis roz mili thhi tumse nazar
aayenge ye din thhi kisko khabar
wahaan geet khushi ke hain aen aen lab par
armaanon ka maatam hai idhar
wahaan geet khushi ke hain lab par
armaanon ka maatam hai idhar
ae dil tadapne se haasil
wo ho gaya jo thha hona na
bhulaana na
bhulaana na
ab hamko bhula do kehte hain
kehte thhe kabhi jo bhulaana na

wahaan varsha hogi ee ee phoolon ki
phoolon ki ee
phoolon ki
yahaan ashqon ki aankhon se
lage jhadi
yahaan ashqon ki aankhon se
lage jhadi
wahaan naachen umangen
wahaan naachen umangen har lahza
yahaan dushman e jaan ek ek ghadi
yahaan dushman e jaan ek ek ghadi
ae dard sambhalne de thham jaa
thham jaa
ae hasrat e dil tadpaana na
bhulaana na
bhulaana na aa


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“Biwi”(1950) was directec by Kishore Sharma for Paristan Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Mumtaz Shanti, Veena, Madhuri, Naasser, Pran, Ram Lal, Murad, Gulnaar, Anjaam, Shabnam, Sheila Verman etc in it.

The movie had 13 songs in it that were composed by Sharma Jee (aka Khayyaam) and Aziz Hindi.

Here is the third song from “Biwi” (1950) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Meena Kapoor. Lyrics are by Wali Sahab. Aziz Hindi is the music director.

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


Song-Kahin chaandni hai kahin hai andhera (Biwi)(1950) Singer-Meena Kapoor, Lyrics-Wali Sahab, MD-Aziz Hindi

Lyrics

kahin chaandni hai
kahin hai andhera
kahin chaandni hai
kahin hai andhera
ye zaalim zamaana
na tera na mera
ye zaalim zamaana
na tera na mera

koi us’se poochhe
khizaan ki bahaaren
khizaan ki bahaaren
koi us’se poochhe
khizaan ki bahaaren
khizaan ki bahaaren
bahaaron mein ujda ho jiska basera
bahaaron mein ujda ho jiska basera
ye zaalim zamaana
na tera na mera
ye zaalim zamaana

mujhe maut ki neend soney de humdum m m m m
mujhe maut ki neend soney de humdum
soney de humdum
meri shaam e gham ka
aa aa aa aa
meri shaam e gham ka nahin hai savera
ye zaalim zamaana
na tera na mera
ye zaalim zamaana

khushi meri duniya mein aayi magar yoon
oon oon oon oon
khushi meri duniya mein aayi magar yoon
ke mele mein jaise ho
mele mein jaise ho
jogi ka phera
ye zaalim zamaana
na tera na mera
ye zaalim zamaana
kahin chaandni hai
kahin hai andhera
ye zaalim zamaana
na tera na mera
ye zaalim zamaana


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“Kashmir” (1951) was produced and directed was Rajendranath Jolly for Rajdeep Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Veena, Al Nasir, Kuldeep Kaur, Achala Sachdev, Arun Ahuja, Tiwari etc in it.

The movie had nine songs that were sung by ten singers !

Two songs from the movie have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Kashmir” (1951) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Sarshar Sailaani is the lyricist. music is composed by Hansraj Bahl.

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


Song-Na ro taqdeer ko ae dil (Kashmir)(1951) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Sarshar Sailaani, MD-Hansraj Bahl

Lyrics

na ro taqdeer ko ae dil
na kar shiqwa zamaane se
na kar shiqwa zamaane se
ke gham ki aag bhadkegi
tere aansoo bahaane se
tere aansoo bahaane se

idhar paida hui ummeed
udhar zaalim kazaa aayi
karam apna dikhaane ko
mere ghar har bala aai
muhabbat ho gayi bigdi
ho mere aashiyaane se
na ro taqdeer ko ae dil
na kar shiqwa zamaane se

koi maane na maane
maanta hai isko dil mera
museebat ki ghataaon ne
hai mere chaand ko ghera
milega kya tujhe ae aasmaan
mujhko sataane se
na ro taqdeer ko ae dil
na kar shiqwa zamaane se

muhabbat tujhko deti hai
wafa ke waaste aaja
yahi hai waqt aane ka
khuda ke waaste aaja
hazaaro aafaten aati hain
ik tere na aane se
na ro taqdeer ko ae dil
na kar shiqwa zamaane se
na kar shiqwa zamaane se
ke gham ki aag bhadkegi
tere aansoo bahaane se
tere aansoo bahaane se


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“Bade Ghar Ki Bahu” (1960) was produced by J S Puri and directed by Kundan Kumar for Life and art, Bombay . The movie had Geeta Bali, Abhi Bhattacharya, Kuldip Kaur, Nagpal, Shammi, Niranjan Sharma, Neeru, Bhagwan Sinha, Chanda Bai, Sheela Vaz etc in it.

The movie, also known as “Bhabhi”, had seven songs in it.

One song from the movie has been covered in the past.

Here is the second song from “Bade Ghar Ki Bahu” (1960) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Tanvir Naqvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Chitragupta.

Only audio of this song is available, but it is certain that this song was picturised on Geeta Bali seeing that Asha Bhonsle was the only female playback singer of this movie and she had sung five songs which could only be for the leading lady of the movie, viz. Geeta Bali in this case.

It is a nice melancholic song to listen to.


Song-Meri khata bata de phir chaahe jo saza de (Bade Ghar ki Bahu)(1960) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Tanvir Naqvi, MD-Chitragupta

Lyrics

hawa mein tinka tinka hoke bikhra aashiyaan mera
mere hi saamne barbaad hota hai jahaan mera

meri khata bata de
phir chaahe jo saza de ae
phir chaahe jo saza de
meri khata bata de
phir chaahe jo saza de ae
phir chaahe jo saza de

mujh ko na de sahaara aa
tujh ko teri kasam hai
tujh ko teri kasam hai
mujh ko na de sahaara aa
tujh ko teri kasam hai
tujh ko teri kasam hai
jis dil mein tera gham hai
us dil ko aasra de ae
phir chaahe jo saza de
meri khata bata de
phir chaahe jo saza de ae
phir chaahe jo saza de

maine to apni duniyaa aa
kar di tere hawaale
kar di tere hawaale
maine to apni duniyaa
kar di tere hawaale
kar di tere hawchala hai pyaar ka aale
barbaad karne waale
duniyan meri basa de ae
phir chaahe jo saza de
meri khata bata de
phir chaahe jo saza de ae
phir chaahe jo saza de


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“Lakhpati”(1948) was directed by Ravindra Jaikar for Fim Chitra Corporation, Bombay. This “social” movie had Sulochana Chatterji, D M Sapru, Rajan Haksar, Om Prakash, Baby Tabassum, LLeela Chitnis, Narmada Shankar, Dharpure, Nagotkar, Satyapal etc in it.

This forgotten movie had eleven obscure songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Lakhpati”(1948) to appear in the blog. This song is a typical melancholic song that was quite commonplace in Hindi movies those days. It is sung by Meena Kapoor. Qamar Jalalabadi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Husnlal Bhagatram.

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

with this song, “Lakhpati”(1948) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Sab mere sahaare toot gaye (Lakhpati)(1948) Singer-Meena Kapoor, Lyrics-Qamar Jalalabadi, MD-Husnlal Bhagatram

Lyrics

sab mere sahaare toot gaye
sab mere sahaare toot gaye
bas ek sahaara baaqi hai ae ae
bas ek sahaara baaqi hai ae
sabka insaaf to dekh liya
sabka insaaf to dekh liya
insaaf tumhaara baaqi hai ae
insaaf tumhaara baaqi hai ae
sab mere sahaare toot gaye

ummeed saath ab chhod gayi
jaati hui dil ko tod gayi
ummeed saath ab chhod gayi
jaati hui dil ko tod gayi
ab iske bhi tukde kar daalo
ab iske bhi tukde kar daalo
armaan bechaara baaqi hai ae
armaan bechaara baaqi hai ae
sab mere sahaare toot gaye

hum ro ro kar hi jeete rahe
aur khoon jigar ka peete rahe
hum ro ro kar hi jeete rahe
aur khoon jigar ka peete rahe
jeene ka nazaara dekh chuke
jeene ka nazaara dekh chuke
marne ka nazaara baaqi hai ae ae
marne ka nazaara baaqi hai ae ae
sab mere sahaare toot gaye
bas ek sahaara baaqi hai ae
sab mere sahaare toot gaye


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“Baansuriya” (1949) was directed by Ram Narayan Dave for Nigaristaan Films, Bombay. The movie had Ram Singh, Geeta Bali, Om Prakash, Randhir, Kuldip, Sofia, Gulab, Uma Dutt, Shanti Madhok, Ramesh Thakur, Raj Pal, Sham Lal, Madan Kapoor, Raja Salim, Ram Avtaar etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. Three of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fourth song from “Baansuriya” (1949) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata. Mulkraj Bhakri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Husnlal Bhagatram.

The lyrics of this song are the real star of this song, which is soulfully sung by Lata on a standard Husnlal Bhagatram that Husnlal Bhagatram had perfected in “Badi Bahan”(1949) and which they continued to recycle througout the remainder of their career.

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


Song-Jo karke gaye barbaad hamen aati hai unki yaad hamen(Baansuriya)(1949) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Mulkraj Bhakri, MD-Husnlal Bhagatram

Lyrics

Jo karke gaye barbaad hamen
aati hai unki yaad hamen
aati hai unki yaad hamen
Jo karke gaye barbaad hamen
aati hai unki yaad hamen
aati hai unki yaad hamen

apne begaane chhod gaye
de gaye zamaane bhar ke gham
de gaye zamaane bhar ke gham
taqdeer mein rona likkhaa hai
taqdeer ko kyun na royen ham
taqdeer ko kyun na royen ham
Jo karke gaye barbaad hamen
aati hai unki yaad hamen
aati hai unki yaad hamen

armaan bhare dil ki duniya
basne se pahle ujad gayi
basne se pahle ujad gayi
jo preet badariya chhaayi thhi
bin barse hi wo guzar gayi
bin barse hi wo guzar gayi
Jo karke gaye barbaad hamen
aati hai unki yaad hamen
aati hai unki yaad hamen

kit jaayen toote dil ko liye
ham duniya ke thhukraaye hain
ham duniya ke thhukraaye hain
na tadap mitey na dard ghatey
wo chot jigar pe khaaye hain
wo chot jigar pe khaaye hain
Jo karke gaye barbaad hamen
aati hai unki yaad hamen
aati hai unki yaad hamen


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In my previous article on the song “Kat Gayi Waadon Mein“, I have talked about Mulkhraj Bhakri, writer, producer and lyricist from the Lahore film industry, who became one of the many victims of the country’s partition in 1947 . In Bombay (Mumbai), due to his hard work, he regained his position in the Hindi film industry.  In this article, I propose to talk about one more victim of partition who was born with a silver spoon in a Gujarati family settled in Karachi and actively connected with the Lahore film industry in the 1940s. I am not talking about Dalsukh M Pancholi but director, Ravindra Dave who happened to be his nephew. Let me unfold Ravindra Dave’s story.

Ravindra Dave (also known as Ravin Dave, Ravinder Dave) was born on April 16, 1919 at Karachi in an affluent family. His father Seth Ratilal Dave had a flourishing business of film distribution for North Indian territories. Later, it became a well-known film distribution company, Empire Talkie Distributors, which specialised in importing American films for distribution in Northern India. This was the first film distribution company which undertook to distribute India’s first talkie ‘Alam Ara’ (1931) in Northern India. (I have found in some references on the internet which say that Pancholi’s were also connected with Empire Film Distribution).

Ravindra’s heart was already in the film distribution work and wanted to be like  his father. So he left school half way and joined his father’s company. His first assignment was to get the distribution of Prabhat’s films. He successfully concluded distribution deals for ‘Mahatma’ (1935), ‘Amar Jyoti’ (1936), and ‘Duniya Na Maane’ (1937).

With the success of the film distribution work, Ravindra became interested in film making. He persuaded his uncle Dalsukh Pancholi to make him Production Manager for his film ‘Chaudhary’ (1941). In his next film ‘Poonji’ (1943), Pancholi gave him the chance to co-direct the film along with Vishnu Pancholi. With his talent firmly established in film making, Pancholi gave him the assignment of writing the script for ‘Dhamki’ (1943) and directing it.

When Ravindra Dave was directing Pancholi’s next film, ‘Patjhad’ (1948), the partition happened and the communal riots that broke out in Lahore made him and Pancholis to come to Bombay with the completed reels of the film which was later released in 1948 after completion of the film in Bombay (Mumbai). For both Pancholis and Ravindra Dave, it was like starting their filmy career afresh.

As I had mentioned in my last article, Mulkhraj Bhakri was  also a victim of partition and had come to Bombay (Mumbai) after the partition along with his brothers. He became the rallying point for displaced film artists and technicians from Lahore. Bhakri who was the ‘de facto’ producer of the film ‘Chunariya’ gave Ravindra Dave his first assignment in post-partition India to direct the film. Next, Dave got Prakash Pictures’ ‘Saawan Baadhon’ (1949) to direct.

With the business acumenship which was in his blood, Dave produced his first film ‘Chakori’ (1949) which was directed by his brother, Ramnarayan Dave. In the meanwhile, his uncle Dalsukh Pancholi who was producing his first film ‘Meena Baazar’ (1950) in post-partition India, assigned the film to Ravindra Dave to direct it.

During his Hindi film career, Ravindra Dave directed about 30 films between 1943 and 1969 which include ‘Nagina’ (1951), ‘Moti Mahal’ (1952), ‘Bhai Saheb’ (1954), ‘Shikar’ (1955), ‘Chaar Minaar’ (1956), ‘Agra Road’ (1957), ‘Post Box 999’ (1958), ‘Guest House’ (1959), ‘Girls’ Hostel’ (1962), ‘Punar Milan’ (1964),‘Dulha Dulhan’ (1964), and Raaz’ (1967). The last Hindi film which he directed was ‘Road to Sikkim’ (1969). Most of the Hindi films which he directed  were those where  either Dalsukh Pancholi or Mulkhraj Bhakri was the producer / writer / lyricist etc.

From 1970 onward, Ravindra Dave got himself completely associated with Gujarati films with his debut film ‘Jesal Toral’ (1971) which was his home production. The film was made in Eastman colour and was one of the biggest hits in Gujarati cinema. Thereafter, he was exclusively with the Gujarati films directing  20-25 films until 1985.

Ravindra Dave breathed his last on July 21, 1992.

‘Chunariya’ (1948) was a box office hit film which helped  the career revival of some of the displaced persons from the Lahore film industry. The film was produced under the banner of Kuldeep Pictures of Kuldeep Sehgal from Lahore who seems to me to be more  a financier than the producer of the film. It was directed by Ravindra Dave. The story, dialogues, screen-play and lyrics were written by Mulkhraj Bhakri, and the production controller was his brother Lekhraj Bhakri, both from Lahore.

For music director Hansraj Bahl, the success of the film was a blessing  after continuous flops of his prior 4 to 5 films. The success of the film ensured that he was kept busy in his work for the next 5 years which became the busiest period of his career. Mohammed Rafi and Lata Mangeshkar who were yet to firmly establish themselves as playback singers, gave one of their best renditions of 1940s in this film with their hit solo songs, “Sab Kuchh Lutaayaa Hum Ne Aa Kar Teri Gali Mein” and “Dil e Naashaad Ko Jeene Ki Hasrat Ho Gayi Tum Se“, respectively.

‘Chunariya’ had 10 songs out of which 6 songs have already been covered in the Blog. Here is the 7th song “Hansi Le Ke Aaye Thhe Ro Kar Chale’ sung by SD Batish. The song is written by Mulkhraj Bhakri.

[Note: The above bio-sketch on the early life of Ravindra Dave is based on a short article written by character actor Janki Dass which appeared in May 1949 issue of ‘Sound’ magazine.]


Song – Hansi Le Ke Aaye The, Ro Kar Chale (Chunariya) (1947) Singer – SD Batish, Lyrics – Mulkhraj Bhakri, MD – Hansraj Behl

Lyrics

hansi le ke aaye thhe
ro kar chale
hum ashkon se daaman
bhigo kar chale
hum ashkon se daaman
bhigo kar chale
hansi le ke aaye thhe
ro kar chale
hum ashkon se daaman
bhigo kar chale ae
hum ashkon se daaman
bhigo kar chale

huyi duniya meri andher hai
huyi duniya meri andher hai
ho ye kismet meri ka koi khel hai
huyi duniya meri andher hai
huyi duniya meri andher hai
muqaddar ki kha kar thokar chale ae
hansi le ke aaye thhe
ro kar chale
hum ashkon se daaman
bhigo kar chale

kiya kis liye hamko qadamon se door
kiya kis liye hamko qadamon se door
o bataayaa to hotaa hamaara qasoor
kiya kis liye hamko qadamon se door
kiya kis liye hamko qadamon se door
chalen hain magar tere ho kar chale ae
hansi leke aaye thhe
ro kar chale
hum ashkon se daaman
bhigo kar chale

tamannaayen dil ki..ee
to dil mein rahi hain. . .
meri hasraten. . .
ban ke aansoo baheen hain
milaa thha jo mushkil se
kho kar chale
hansi le ke aaye thhe
ro kar chale
hum ashkon se daaman
bhigo kar chale ae. . .

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हंसी ले के आए थे
रो कर चले
हम अशकों से दामन
भिगो कर चले
हम अशकों से दामन
भिगो कर चले
हंसी ले के आए थे
रो कर चले
हम अशकों से दामन
भिगो कर चले
हम अशकों से दामन
भिगो कर चले

हुई मेरी दुनिया मेरी अंधेर है
हुई मेरी दुनिया मेरी अंधेर है
हो ये किस्मत मेरी का कोई खेल है
हुई मेरी दुनिया मेरी अंधेर है
हुई मेरी दुनिया मेरी अंधेर है
मुकद्दर की खा कर ठोकर चले
हंसी ले के आए थे
रो कर चले
हम अशकों से दामन
भिगो कर चले

किया किस लिए हमको कदमों से दूर
किया किस लिए हमको कदमों से दूर
ओ बताया तो होता हमारा कसूर
किया किस लिए हमको कदमों से दूर
किया किस लिए हमको कदमों से दूर
चलें हैं मगर तेरे हो कर चले
हंसी ले के आए थे
रो कर चले
हम अशकों से दामन
भिगो कर चले

तमन्नाएँ दिल की॰॰ई
तो दिल में रही हैं॰॰॰
मेरी हसरतें॰॰॰
बन के आंसू बही हैं
मिला था जो मुश्किल से
खो कर चले
हंसी ले के आए थे
रो कर चले
हम अशकों से दामन
भिगो कर चले॰॰॰


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“Samaaj Ko Badal Daalo”(1947) was directed by Vijay Bhatt for Prakash Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Arun Ahuja, Mridula,Yakub,Umakant, Leela Pawar, Bikram Kapoor etc in it.

The movie had seven songs in it. One song from the movie is covered in the blog in the past.

Here is the second song from “Samaaj Ko Badal Daalo”(1947) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Amirbai Karnataki. Roopdas is the lyricist. Music is composed by Khemchand Prakash.

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

I have not been able to get one (may be more) word right in the lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable.


Song-Naina ro ro kar rah jaaye (Samaaj Ko Badal Daalo)(1947) Singer-Amirbai Karnataki, Lyrics-Roopdas, MD-Khemchand Prakash

Lyrics

ro ro ke rah jaaye ho naina
ro ro ke rah jaaye
ro ro ke rah jaaye ho naina
ro ro ke rah jaaye

naina
ro ro kar rah jaaye
naina
ro ro kar rah jaaye
naina reh reh phir bhar aaye re naina
reh reh phir bhar aaye re naina
ro ro kar rah jaaye
naina
ro ro kar rah jaaye

itni si ankhiyaan ye mori
itna jal kahaan se laaye
itni si ankhiyaan ye mori
itna jal kahaan se laaye
bhar bhar ansuwan ka saagar ho
bhar bhar ansuwan ka saagar ho
?? jaaye
?? jaaye
naina
naina
ro ro kar rah jaaye
naina
ro ro kar rah jaaye

beete din ki pyaas kyun
beete din ki pyaas kyun
baar baar chali aaye ae
baar baar chali aaye
toote dil ke ae ae
tukdon ko wo
toote dil ke ae ae
tukdon ko wo
toote dil ke
tukdon ko wo
toote dil ke
tukdon ko wo
thhukra kar chale jaaye
thhukra kar chale jaaye
naina
naina
ro ro kar rah jaaye
naina
ro ro kar rah jaaye
naina
ro ro kar rah jaaye


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“Maan”(1954) was produced by Rajendra Jain and directed by Safdar Aah Sitapuri for Filmkaar Limited, Bombay. This cosume drama had Chitra, Ajit, Jageerdaar, Kumar, Achla Sachdev, Yashodhara Katju, Kamlesh Kumari, Chandabai, Durga Khote etc in it.

The movie had nine songs in it. Five songs have been covered in the blog.

Here is the sith song from “Maan”(1954) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Meena Kapoor. Safdar aah Sitapuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Anil Biswas.

It is a pathos filled song, that strangley enough, has a soothing effect on the mind, as Raja had mentioned about the songs of Mukesh in his previous writeup. May be that is what such songs are meant to be.

This song is undoubtedly a classic song from a movie teeming with several classic songs of timeless nature.


Song-Main kya karoon rukti nahin ashqon ki rawaani (Maan)(1954) Singer-Meena Kapoor, Lyrics-Safdar Aah Sitapuri, MD-Anil Biswas

Lyrics

Main kya karoon
rukti nahin ashqon ki rawaani
ashqon ki rawaani
kab aayenge wo
bol too hi
raat suhaani ee
raat suhaani

aapas mein gale milte huye chaand sitaare
aapas mein gale milte huye chaand sitaare
allaah muhabbat ke ye madhosh nazaare
afsos adhoori hai abhi meri kahaani ee
kab aayenge wo
bol too hi
raat suhaani ee
raat suhaani

wo aayenge
wo aayenge
ae subah o na aana
wo aayenge
wo aayenge
ae subah o na aana
ae chaand mujhe chaand si soorat wo dikhaana
ae chaand mujhe chaand si soorat wo dikhaana
milne ki tamanna mein tadapti hai jawaani
kab aayenge wo
bol too hi
raat suhaani ee
raat suhaani
main kya karoon
rukti nahin ashqon ki rawaani
ashqon ki rawaani


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