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

Archive for the ‘philosophical song’ Category


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Blog Day :

5303 Post No. : 17378

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2013-2023) – Song No. 11
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On this date ten years back viz on 24 January 2013, six songs from six movies were covered in the blog. Here are the details:-

Blog post number Song Movie (Year) Remarks
7395 Manmohan mukhda mod gaye Kashinath(1943) Movie YIPPEED in the blog by now
7396 Chal chameli baag mein kauwwe udaayenge Bulbul(1951) 2 songs covered out of 5 by now
7397 Ho rasa saayang re Singapore (1960) Movie YIPPEED in the blog with this song
7398 Khat likh de sanwariya ke naam babu Aaye Din Bahaar Ke(1966) Movie YIPPEED in the blog by now
7399 Jaa re jaa o harjaayee dekhi teri dildaari Kallicharan(1976) Movie YIPPEED by now
7400 The she I love Rafi NFS(1967) Century song for the blog

We observe that six songs were covered in the blog ten years ago on this date. The day culminated with a Rafi NFS which was the 7400th song for the blog. The previous century post was published on 31 December 2012. So it is easy to calculate that this century came in 24 days, which was slow by the then standards of the blog. 🙂 Well, well.

We also observe that four movies (out of five) whose songs were covered on that day have since been YIPPEED. That leaves us with only one movie that is eligible for Blog Ten Year Challenge today.

That movie is “Bulbul”(1951). This movie was directed by A Rashid for Hindustan Productions, Bombay. This obscure movie had Majnu, Rukhsaana, Dilaawar, Sarla Devi, Jyotsna, Maqbool, Mannan, Sheikh etc in it.

“Bulbul”(1951) had five songs in it. Two songs have been covered in the blog so far.

Here is the third song from the movie to appear in the blog. HFGK and every other online source, including the youtuber uploaders mention singers as Rajkumari and Suman Purohit. Do they not apply their own mind or do they not listen to the song themselves ? It is clearly a duet sung by a male and a female voice. Secondly the voice of Rajkumari is not there in the song. Thirdly, if one listens to the other songs of this movie and then compare those voices with the voices in this song, then it would appear that this song is sung by K S Ragi and Suman Purohit.

A Rashid is the lyricist. Music is composed by K S Ragi.

Lyrics of the song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.


Song-Hans le mauj udaa le (Bulbul)(1951) Singers-K S Raagi, Suman Purohit, Lyrics-A Rashid, MD-K S Raagi
Both

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

hans le mauj uda le
ye duniyaa do din ki
ye duniyaa do din ki
hans le mauj uda le
ye duniyaa do din ki
ye duniyaa do din ki

jeevan hai ek pal ka mela
jeevan hai ek pal ka mela
aaj hai aur kal kuchh bhi nahin een
aaj hai aur kal kuchh bhi nahin een

geet khushi ke ga le
o ga le
ga le
geet khushi ke ga le
ye duniyaa do din ki
ye duniyaa do din ki
hans le mauj uda le
ye duniyaa do din ki
ye duniyaa do din ki

pal bhar ki zindagaani
ho zindagani
pal bhar ki zindagaani
ho zindagani
pal bhar ka ye mel el el
pal bhar ka ye mel el el

karna ho so kar le
o kar le
kar le
karna ho so kar le
ye duniyaa do din ki
ye duniyaa do din ki
hans le mauj uda le
ye duniyaa do din ki
ye duniyaa do din ki

bichhad gaya jab man ka saathi
bichhad gaya jab man ka saathi
saaj kahin aawaaz kahin
saaj kahin aawaaz kahin

jeewan ka jal bhar le
o bhar le
bhar le
jeewan ka jal bhar le
ye duniyaa do din ki
ye duniyaa do din ki
hans le mauj uda le
ye duniyaa do din ki
ye duniyaa do din ki
hans le mauj uda le
ye duniyaa do din ki
ye duniyaa do din ki


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 :

5302 Post No. : 17375

Today 23rd January (2023) is the 126th birth anniversary of one of the greatest ‘sons of this soil’, a great visionary, courageous and brave leader Subhash Chandra Bose.

He was born on 23rd January’1897.

This grateful nation pays tributes to him on his birth anniversary today.

This blog in turn pays tributes to Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose by bringing here songs from such movies which are based on the life of Subhash Chandra Bose.

I had in one of my earlier posts here noted such movies which have been represented on the blog. Two movies more have been added to this list later and I am now presenting below the updated list of such movies on the blog.

Here is the list of movies made on the life of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose that have been represented on the blog till now.

SNo Movie Year of the movie
01 Pehla Aadmi 1950
02 Netaji Subhashchandra Bose 1966
03 Subhash Chandra 1978
04 Subhash Chandra (Bangla) 1978
05 Bose- The forgotten hero 2004
06 Gumnaami (Bangla) 2019

Other films inspired by Subhash Bose and INA are,

1. ’Samadhi’ (1950) was inspired from Indian National Army and it had couple of patriotic songs too).

2. ‘Ami Subhash Bolchi’ (2011) (Bangla) – a film about a social movement in Bengal inspired by the vision of Subhash Bose (something akin to ‘Lage Raho Munna Bhai’ (2006)).

3. ‘Raag Desh’ (2017) – a film about the famous Red Fort trials in which the leading soldiers of INA, Colonel Prem Sahgal, Colonel Gurbaksh Singh Dhillon, and Major General Shah Nawaz Khan, were tried by the British Govt. for sedition and waging war against the British Empire. They were sentenced to deportation for life, but the public outcry in favour of these soldiers was so great that the British were forced to release all the defendants. The protest slogan of ‘Sehgal-Dhillon-Shah Nawaz’ became very popular amongst the masses.

Today I am presenting a song from the ‘1978’ movie ‘Subhaash Chandra’.

‘Subhash Chandra-1978’ was directed by Piyush Bose.

It was an ‘A.K.B. Films, Calcutta’ presentation and passed by Censor Board on 06.02.1978.

It had Ashish Ghosh, Amar Dutt, Samar Kumar, Ajit Prakash, N. Vishwanathan, Lamsden, Bown, Smith, Reba Devi, and Rama Das.
This movie was passed by Censor Board on 06.02.1978.

This movie has six songs written by Kaifi Azmi and Saraswati Kumar ‘Deepak’.

Bansari Lahiri, Mukesh, Manna Dey, Mohd Rafi, Hemant Kumar, and Usha Mangeshkar had given their voices to the songs in this movie.

Music of this film was composed by Aparesh Lahiri.

Here is the list of songs in this movi. (HFGK Vol-V (1971-1980) does not mention the name of the lyricist for individual songs except for one song.

SNo Song Title Lyricist Singer/s Posted On
01 Nahin maane jiyaraa Not mentioned Bansari Lahiri
02 Yahaan raadha kund hai ‘Deepak’ Mukesh 27.08.2018
03 Neer na bahaa Not mentioned Manna Dey
04 Hamaara bharat hamaari janani Not mentioned Mohd Rafi 23.01.2016
05 Musaafir mujhko Not mentioned Hemant Kumar Song under discussion in this post
06 Desh hamaara Not mentioned Usha Mangeshkar 26.01.2019

Today I present a song from this movie ‘Subhaash Chandra-1978’ which is sung by Hemant Kumar and composed by Aparesh Lahiri. It is the fourth songs from this movie to be posted on the blog.

I guess that in the movie this songs happens showing the journey of Subhash Chandra Bose when he escaped from Calcutta to Afghanistan and travels further to Russia and Germany.

I have not been able to note correct words at few places. I would request knowledgeable readers to kindly provide the correct words.

Let us listen to this poignant song sung by Hemant Kumar. Only the audio of this song is available.


Song-Musaafir mujhko tu pehchaan (Subhash Chandra)(1978) Singer-Hemant Kumar, MD-Aparesh Lahiri

Lyrics

musaafir rrr
are ho o o o
o o o
musaafir
mujhko tu pehchaan

mujhe na chhoo sakti hai maaya
mujhe na chhoo sakti hai chhaaya (?)
mere kuchh bhi nahin hai kaaya
mujhko tu pehchaan
musaafir rrr
mujhko tu pehchaan

mukti nahin main
gyaan nahin main ae
mukti nahin main
gyaan nahin main
swaarth nahin
abhimaan nahin main
aas lagaa phal(?) praan nahin main
aas lagaa phal(?) praan nahin main
jeewan ka maidaan (?)
musaafir rrr
mujhko tu pehchaan

yahaan nahin main
wahaan nahin main
yahaan nahin main
wahaan nahin main
is dharti par kahaan nahin main
dagar kaun si jahaan nahin main
dagar kaun si jahaan nahin main
sabko de(?) vardaan
musaafir rrr
mujhko tu pehchaan
mujhko tu pehchaan
mujhko tu pehchaan


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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5295 Post No. : 17339 Movie Count :

4669

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # (Missing movies of 1973-7)
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Today’s song in this series is from the movie ‘Jeewan Sukh’.

I guess this was an obscure movie of its time and it must have been forgotten easily. I could not find any video of this movie on internet and I think that this also seems to be unavailable as of now on internet.

“Jeewan Sukh-1973” was directed by Debu Sen for ‘Suman Productions’.

It had Dheeraj, Monica (New discovery), Nargis Banu, Anand Chaini, Nazeer Hussain, Dhumal, Asit Sen, Darshan, Niliman Pal, Chandrima Bhaduri, Praveen Pal, Mushtaq, Shirli, Bihari, Jhumru, Prakash Thapa, Hardeep, Dhananjay, Sanjana, Jankidas and others.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 20.03.1973.

This movie has four songs written by three lyricists. Naqsh Lyallpuri had written two songs, and Janisar Akhtar and Ved Kumar ‘Saroj’ had written one song each.

Music of this movie was composed by Sapan-Jagmohan.

Here is the list of songs in this movie :-

S.No. Song Title Lyricist Singer/s
01 Do nigaahen teri, do nigaahen meri Naqsh Lyallpuri Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar
02 Meri paayal kahin na kuchh kah de Naqsh Lyallpuri Asha Bhonsle
03 Hans le gaa le, jee le mere pyaare Ved Kumar ‘Saroj’ Manna Dey
04 Ab kisliye uthhayen ehsaan zindagi ke Janisar Akhtar Naseem Banu

Today this movie ‘Jeewan Sukh-1973’ makes its debut on the blog with a song sung by Manna Dey.
Lyrics are are Ved Kumar ‘Saroj’, who, I guess, will also be making a debut on the blog as Lyrics writer.

Music is composed by Sapan Jagmohan.

As mentioned above only audio of this song is available.

I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on the songs and other information about this movie.

Let us listen to today’s song now…

Editor’s note:-This song is the 600th song of Manna Dey in the blog as a playback singer.


Song-Hans le gaa le jee le mere pyaare(Jeewan Sukh)(1973) Singer-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Ved Kumar “Saroj”, MD-Sapan Jagmohan

Lyrics

hans le
gaa le
jee le mere pyaare
jeewan mein dukh sukh
ke do hi kinaare ae
arre hans le
aha gaa le
aha jee le mere pyaare
jeewan mein dukh sukh
ke do hi kinaare ae

baat badi chhoti si
soorat kyun roti si
gham se dil ghabraaye
lage na baat bhali si ee
baat badi chhoti si
soorat kyun roti si
gham se dil ghabraaye
lage na baat bhali si ee
hans le
gaa le
jee le mere pyaare
jeewan mein dukh sukh
ke do hi kinaare ae
are hans le
o ho gaa le
o ho jee le mere pyaare
jeewan mein dukh sukh
ke do hi kinaare ae

arey beeti baat bhulaa de
geet khushi ke gaa le
kal ki parwaah kisko
aaj ko apnaa banaa le ae
beeti baat bhulaa de
geet khushi ke gaa le
kal ki parwaah kisko
aaj ko apnaa banaa le ae
hans le
gaa le
jee le mere pyaare
jeewan mein dukh sukh
ke do hi kinaare ae
are hans le
haay gaa le
oye jee le mere pyaare
jeewan mein dukh sukh
ke do hi kinaare ae

samaa hai pal do pal ka
zaraa jee ko kar le halkaa
hans kar samay bitaa le
kya hai bharosa kal kaa aa
samaa hai pal do pal ka
o zaraa jee ko kar le halkaa
arey hans kar samay bitaa le
kya hai bharosa kal kaa aa
hans le ae
gaa le
jee le mere pyaare
jeewan mein dukh sukh
ke do hi kinaare ae
arey hans le
aha gaa le
aha jee le mere pyaare
jeewan mein dukh sukh
ke do hi kinaare ae


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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5295 Post No. : 17337

#the Decade of Fifties – 1951 – 1960 #
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Today’s song is from the movie ‘Indraasan-1952’. Alternative title of this movie is ‘Ekadashi Mahimaa’.

Today’s song is also yet another song which has been uploaded in recent years on the internet. We are grateful to the ‘music lovers’ who have made the audio of this song available on ‘YouTube’.

“Indraasan” was directed by Raja Nene for ‘Greenland Pictures’. It was produced by Mafatlal D. Shah.

This movie had Ranjana, Prem Adib, Ishwar Lal, Nand Kishore, Babu Raje, Bheem, Urvashi, Roopmati, Master Ratan, Paro, Durga Khote and others.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 08.05.1952.

This movie has nine songs. They were written by Ramesh Gupta (six songs), Nilkanth Tiwari (two songs), and Pt. Motilal (one song).

Here is the list of songs in this movie:-

SNo. Song Title Lyricist Singer/s
01 Meri amar jawaani naache Tiwari Female voice, chorus
02 Mori angiyaa pe chhaayi bahaar Motilal Asha Bhonsle
03 Madhur taraane gaa, hawaa tu… Gupta Not known
04 Jaago jaago he suryadev Gupta Not known
05 Kya khabar kisi ko kal ki Gupta Manna Dey
06 He anang, mere an gang mein Gupta Female voice
07 Jhan jhan..baaje more man ka sitaar Gupta Asha Bhonsle
08 Na socha thha kabhi hamne ki tum Gupta Asha Bhonsle
09 Dayaa karo…he maata, roothha aaj vidhaata Tiwari Chorus

Only one song (sr.no.2 above) has been posted on the blog earlier on 17.08.2016.

Today we are going to listen to the second song from this movie on the blog. It is sung by Manna Dey. Lyrics for today’s song are by Ramesh Gupta and music is composed by Shankar Rao Vyas.

Only audio of this song is available.

Let us now listen to today’s song …

Audio

Song-Kya khabar kisi ko kal ki (Indraasan)(1952) Singer-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Ramesh Gupta, MD-Shankar Rao Vyas

Lyrics

kya khabar kisi ko kal ki
kya khabar kisi ko kal ki ee
naa jaane baat koyi pal ki ee
naa jaane
naa jaane baat koyi pal ki
kya khabar kisi ko kal ki ee
naa jaane baat koyi pal ki ee
naa jaane baat koyi pal ki

pal mein raaja aa aa aa
pal mein raaja baney bhikhaari
pal mein raaja baney bhikhaari
nirdhan ho dhanwaan
dhanwaan aan
nirdhan ho dhanwaan
metey mitey na lekh vidhi ke
metey mitey na lekh vidhi ke
honhaar balwaan
ye baat kisi ke nahin bal ki ee
naa jaane baat koyi pal ki ee
naa jaane baat koyi pal ki
kya khabar kisi ko kal ki ee
naa jaane baat koyi pal ki ee
naa jaane baat koyi pal ki ee

pal pal bharti oat sindhu mein
kathhin pahunchnaa hai us paar
us paar r
kathhin pahunchnaa hai us paar
maut sirhaane khadi pukaare
maut sirhaane khadi pukaare
man barson se kare vichaar
aaj kaa kaam na kal par chhodo
aaj kaa kaam na kal par chhodo
phikar karo mat kal ki ee
naa jaane baat koyi pal ki ee
naa jaane baat koyi pal ki
kya khabar kisi ko kal ki ee
naa jaane baat koyi pal ki ee
naa jaane baat koyi pal ki ee


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 :

5293 Post No. : 17331

#the Decade of Fifties – 1951 – 1960 #
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Nowadays whenever I browse the blog, specially the list of movies, I also look at the list of yearwise movies already represented on the blog. Music lovers and readers associated with this blog and Hindi Film Music must be aware that only there are over 40,000 songs created in the history of HFM between 1931 till 1980. Of course there are many creations lost in the oblivion whose records or audio have been lost with time and there is no possibility of getting them.

When this blog was in its initial years Atul ji had mentioned in one of his posts that according to an estimate there might be 25000 songs available for us for songs upto 1980.

However I presume that many songs have since become available online during the last decade or so. So, the actual number of songs may go above 25000.
(Thanks to the passionate and enthusiastic music lovers and sources who upload songs on the digital platform.).

If someone regularly browses this blog, internet, HFGK and/or other sources where the list of all songs from a movie is available can notice such songs which are still to be posted here on this blog.

Today I present one such song whose audio was not available till a few years back.

This song is from the movie ‘Saagar-1951’.

I came across this song when I was looking for a Manna Dey song from the year ‘1951’.

This movie ‘Saagar-1951’ had made its debut on the blog on 15.01.2014. Two more songs were added in the blog subsequently –one on 04.02.2014 and another on 11.02.2017.

Today’s song is the fourth song from this movie to be posted on the blog.

“Saagar-1951” was directed by P. Jairaj for ‘P.J. Films Unit’ his home productions. It had Nargis, Jairaj, Bharat Bhushan, K.N. Singh, Veera, David, Durga Khote, Banke, Rajni, Krishna, Vimla, Neelam, Cecil, Bindu and others.

As mentioned in HFGK Vol-III (1951-1960) this movie was passed by Censor Board on 02.06.1951.

This movie has ten songs written by Pt. Narendra Sharma. Music for this movie is composed by S.K. Pal.

Geeta Dutt, Sulochana Kadam, Asha Bhonsle, Manna Dey and Rajkumari are the voices who have sung songs in this movie.

(we will have the detailed list of songs of this movie in future post with a song from this movie).

As mentioned above today’s song is sung by Manna Dey. Pt. Narendra Sharma is the lyricist and music is composed by S.K. Pal.

I am not able to note down correct words at many places where I have marked (?). I would request readers with keener ears to help to provide these missing words.

Let us move over to the song now…


Song-Tere man ki manzil peechhe chhooti bhaiyya (Saagar)(1951) Singer-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Pt Narendra Sharma, MD-S K Pal

Lyrics

are o o o
tere man ki manzil
peechhe chhooti bhaiyya
kare ishaare falak ke taare
baithha tu ? bhaiyya?
aare o o o

jeewan ke din beet rahe
jaise chal kar naiyya phirti
naiyya phirti
doob chuke ?? par
Ye naiyya ghoomti phirti
naiyya phirti
aati lehren
jaati lehren
paanv samay ke
kabhi na thhehre ae ae ae
phailaa hai sansaar ??
doley jeewan naiyya aa aa
are o o o
tere man ki manzil
peechhe chhooti bhaiyya
kare ishaare falak ke taare
baithha tu chup bhaiyya
aare o o o

bhai kismat ki ?? hai ye
hey hey hey
hey hey hey
dhhoop chhaaon ka naata
koi aata koi jaata
wahi banaata
wahi mitaata
maalik khel khilaata aa aa
koyi aata
koyi jaata

kab tak taanta
kab tak naata aa aa
tan ka pinjra
?
koyi naa jaane
andhaa jaane
paglaa Raam bachaiyya(??)
are o o o
tere man ki manzil
peechhe chhooti bhaiyya
kare ishaare falak ke taare
baithha tu ??? bhaiyya
aare o o o
ho re o o o
ho re o o o


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 :

5279 Post No. : 17299 Movie Count :

4655

‘Cinema’ remains the biggest entertainer for common man in our country. We tend to forget our daily life at least for those three hours when we are watching the movie. Movies are discussed a lot even now and actors and actresses are ‘stars’ (if not ‘super stars’ 😊) .
Music and particularly ‘film music’ is our best friend, companion, motivator and much more…

We are ‘music lovers’ and ‘movie-goers’!!! We love Hindi movies and Hindi Film Music and non-film music too!!!

Regulars on the blog are aware how much I love watching the movies in the theatres. This year ‘2022’ was much better than the last year ‘2021’ in terms of ‘watching movies in the theatres’ for me. In addition to that I watched some movies on OTT platform too. 😊

For me it was like going back into those days when I was studying in 11-12th Standard at Akola and used to watch movies regularly.

This year ‘2022’ saw as many as 106 Hindi films released in theatres and on OTT platform.

Here are the tentative figures (as compiled from the details available on ‘Wikipedia’. But I have doubt for the number of movies mentioned for the month of January’2022.)

SNo Month No of Movies Released
1 January 2
2 February 6
3 March 7
4 April 9
5 May 8
6 June 8
7 July 11
8 August 7
9 September 15
10 October 8
11 November 11
12 December 14
TOTAL 106

I will not go into the details of the names of the movies and discussing which were successful and unsuccessful among them neither will I try to review them here. But I would only like to mention the movies I watched this year and how I find them.

Readers will remember that we end the year ‘2021’ on a ‘happy note’ where I watched the movie ‘83’ two times on consecutive Fridays of its release.
Two songs from this movie ‘83’ were also discussed on the blog then.

I started this year by watching ‘Gumnaami’ (Bangla) on OTT. That was in January 2022. Thereafter it was all preparation started for the marriage of my elder daughter which was scheduled in March 2022. So, though I wish to watch few movies during this period it did not happen.

It was only in the month of May 2022 that we again started watching movies in the theatres with ‘Bhool Bhulaiyya-2’. Then followed ‘Jugg Jugg Jeeyo’, ‘Bramhaastra’, ‘Chup’, ‘Goodbye’, ‘The Last Film Show’ (Chhello Divas), ‘Ram Setu’, ‘Drishyam-2’ and some movies on OTT like ‘RRR’, ‘Cuttputlli’, ‘Freddy’, ‘Drishyam-1’, and one Japanese (😊) movie) (I am forgetting its name) which my younger daughter was watching.

I had earlier mentioned that I get to listen songs on FM radio every morning while travelling to workplace. In this time the first program I listen to is ‘Ham hai Raahi Pyaar ke’ on ‘Vividh Bharati’ which mainly consists of ‘older songs’ and thereafter it is ‘Big FM’ for two-three songs which they play from the ‘seventies’ and again back to ‘Vividh Bharati’ for ‘Bharat Ki Goonj’ which starts at 08:05 in the morning. In this program they play songs from newer movies or latest movies and movies from recent years.

Today’s song is one such song which I like and I am presenting to you today. This song is from the movie ‘Mili-2022’.

I think this title ‘Mili’ is not used as frequently, and we have this title used after the ‘1975’ movie ‘Mili’ again only now.
Today’s song is sung by A.R. Rehman and Shashaa Tirupati.

‘Mili-2022’ is directed by Mathukutty Xavier for ‘Zee Studios’.

It had Janhvi Kapoor, Sunny Kaushal, Manoj Pahwa, Seema Pahwa, Jackie Shroff (special appearance), Hasleen Kaur, Rajesh Jais, Vikram Kochhar, Anurag Arora, Sanjay Suri, Joginder Goyat, Raghav Binani and others.

This movie has five songs (including one two-part song of today). Music for this movie is composed by A.R. Rehman and lyrics are by Javed Akhtar.

I have yet to watch this movie. But I like the today’s song from this movie.

This song is a background song and in the picturization we can see Janhvi Kapoor, Sunny Kaushal, Manoj Pahwa, and others on the screen.

Lyrics are by Javed Akhtar and music is composed by A.R. Rehman.

The ‘genre’ of the today’s song is my favorite one and I like such songs very much. Because it is about our journey … we are all travelers… we have to complete our journey…

PS: I was preparing this write-up I got a email from my employers that my contract has expired today and it is not being renewed for now 😊 So I have got the much needed break now …No issues … music is there with me …

Audio

Video

Song-Tum bhi raahi hum bhi raahi (Mili)(2022) Singers-A R Rahman, Shashaa Tirupati, Lyrics-Javed Akhtar, MD-A R Rahman

Lyrics

tum bhi raahi ee
ham bhi raahi ee
tum bhi raahi ee
ham bhi raahi ee
ham tum bas chalte chalen ae
ham tum bas chalte ae chalen ae
hmm hmm
hmm hmm
hmm hmm
hmm hmm mm mm mm
hmm hmm

tum bhi raahi ee
ham bhi raahi ee
tum bhi raahi ee
ham bhi raahi ee
ham tum bas chalte chalen ae
ham tum bas chalte ae chalen ae
jitney bhi hain raste
denge hazaaron mushqilen
jitney bhi hain raste
denge hazaaron mushqilen
ab jo bhi ho
ab jo bhi ho
ham tum bas chalte chalen ae
in raaston mein dooriyaan
majbooriyaan hain
sang sang dard ke saaye hain
chalte ae
par jo kahen ham haarenge
wo galat hain
haaregi har ek tabaahi
tum bhi raahi ee
ham bhi raahi ee
ham tum bas chalte chalen ae
(hmm mmm aa aaa
hmm mmm aa aaa )
(aa aa aaa
aa aa aaa )
ham tum bas chalte ae chaley ae

Deewaar aaye to laut jaao
Aisi na bhool karna aa
Deewaaron se takraate rehnaa aa
Deewaar aaye to laut jaao
Aisi na bhool karna aa
Deewaaron mein darwaaze ban jaate hain
Samjhe naa aa
tum bhi raahi ee
ham bhi raahi ee
tum bhi raahi ee
ham bhi raahi ee
ham tum bas chalten chalen ae

ho o o
ho o o
tum dariyaa ho
tumhen koi parwat rok nahin paaye
tum apni hi mauj mein
bahnaa aa
tum dariyaa ho
tumhen koi parwat rok nahin paaye
paani se to patthhar bhi
kat jaate hain
samjhe naa
tum bhi raahi ee
ham bhi raahi ee
tum bhi raahi ee
ham bhi raahi ee
ham tum bas chalte chalen ae
ham tum bas chalte ae chalen ae

hmm mm hmm
hmm mm hmm
hmm mm hmm
hmm mm hmm


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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5277 Post No. : 17288

Today’s song is an ‘Unique and a Special’ duet from the film Parakh-1944.

Why and how this song is ‘Unique and Special’ will come later, but first let me point out another important matter. In recent times, in India, the women are better treated, respected and also honoured for their contribution to running the household as well as earning equally to manage the married life on level fields. Women can be seen practically in every field of activity and have reached the top of the work places in almost every sphere. We have seen them as President, Prime Minister of the country, In Judiciary, Banks and even in Armed forces-be it Army, Navy or Air Force, the police, sports etc. There is hardly any field where women have not put their stamp.

But if you go back in the last 100 years, the conditions were different. Women were not so much independent and in an industry like Film Line, women who joined it would be seen in a very bad light. First of all, getting women to work in films was a Herculean task. The actual, real women who worked in a film was in 1913, when Durgabai kaqmat and her daughter worked in a silent film ” Bhasmasur Mohini”. Till then and even after that for some more time, women’s role were done by good looking young actors in stage dramas and films. As the years passed by, slowly girls started joining films – first the Jews, European and Anglo-Indians and then came girls from singing families (read Tawaifs), before girls from educated and respected families joined films.

By the 30’s and the 40’s there were enough women in films.However, most of them were controlled by their nearest kins like parents (Madhubala’s father and Suraiya’s grandmother) or brothers/sisters (Baburao Apte for Shanta Apte and Sardar Akhtar for Bahar). Many actresses, after their marriage, were prohibited from acting in films by their husbands or in-laws, so they quit films. Some examples are – the first heroine of Talkie films, Zubeida Sr. and also Zubeida Jr. in later times, Monika desai, Latika, Mohana, Shahzadi-both Sr. and jr. etc. Those who continued after marriage followed restrictions put by the Husbands. For example, Mumtaz Shanti had to always remain in a Burkha, except actual shooting. She was not allowed to talk to anyone on the set and had to immediately return home after shootings. Her husband, Lyricist, producer and Director Wali Saheb was a very orthodox Muslim. As long as Shamshad Begum’s father was alive she was not allowed to take her Photo anywhere.

Another example was Shanta Apte. When she joined films, her brother Baburao Apte used to hover around constantly during her shoots to prevent her mixing with others. What’s more, she was not allowed to work with anyone as her husband in the films, except only her brother Baburao- who would do the role of her husband.(only after Baburao’s marriage, Shanta Apte became ‘Free’). Yet another example was Meera Mishra. She was forced to retire after her first film “Milan”-1946, because her husband did not like it. (By coincidence, he died suddenly in a Riot and she did act in some more films, before getting married again).

I have quoted only a few examples, but these things were common and could be seen till almost 1970 or so. On the other hand, in the case of some actresses, their husbands encouraged them to join films ( and earn money for them). Some examples are Meenakshi Shirodkar (Bramhachari-1938), Renuka Devi, Nirupa Roy etc . Now we come to today’s song and why it is a special song.

Today’s song is a duet, sung by Ira Nigam and Hriday Narayan Nigam. Ira Nigam was discovered by Music Director Roshan when he was working for Delhi A.I.R. Ira was only 14 year old when Roshan brought Khurshid Anwar, M.D. to her house. They convinced her father to allow her to sing in films. He agreed but with a condition that she will not sing a duet with any other male singer except himself (he was a Singer in A.I.R.). Thus the first and the only Male-female duet of Ira Nigam in the film Parakh-1944 was sung with her own father ! This makes this song an ‘Unique and special’ song in Hindi film history. Because of this unusual condition of her father, Ira could not get many songs. What’s more, after her marriage with Mr. P.N.Nigam,, she was forbidden to sing in films. Thus her flowering career was nipped in the bud after songs in only 5 more films. The other films were Rakhi-49,Chaar Din-49, Ek Teri Nishani-49, Veer Ghatotkach-49 and Guru Dakshina-50.

The film was directed by Sohrab Modi. Music was by Khurshid Anwar (7 songs) and Saraswati Devi (2 songs). The cast was Mehtab, Balwant Singh, Kaushalya, Shah Nawaz, Latika, Sadiq Ali, Tarapore, Balraj Mehta and others.

A very odd name in the cast can be seen- Balraj Mehta. I am sure, hardly anyone has ever heard his name, but he was a very active person in his life. Born on 22-4-1918 at Lahore, he was the son of Sukh Dayal Mehta – Superintendent in the Commissioner’s office at Lahore. He completed Matriculation from Central Model High School and B.A. from Dayal Singh College of Lahore in 1939.

He was active in the Students’ union and held the General Secretary’s post of Punjab University Students’ Union, in 35-37. He organised the All India Student Federation conference in 36/37. He was a born Leader. He was interested in acting on stage. In 1944, he founded Indian National Theatre (I.N.T.), which is a very famous institution in India now also. He wrote, directed and produced its first stage drama ” Aawaaz’ in 1945.

By now he was married and needed to earn money. He joined the film line. He acted first in ‘Dulla Bhatti’ in 1939-40. Then came Sajjan-41,Panna-44, Parakh-44, Patharon ka Saudagar-44, Gulami-45 and lastly Pul-47.In the period 1944-45, he also became Secretary of Film Artistes’ Association and served it for a long time. In 1947, he entered Politics. After Independence, he became a journalist. After this I found his name in the cast of the film Ayodhyapati-56 and then as a Director of the film Trunk Call-1960. However, there is no information about him after this.

So, here is the love duet song, sung by a Father and a Daughter for the film Parakh-1944. Truly an ‘Unique and special’ song ! Enjoy….


Song- Samay tu dheere dheere beet (Parakh)(1944) Singers- Ira Nigam, Hriday Narayan Nigam, Lyricist- Pt. Sudarshan, MD- Saraswati Devi

Lyrics

Dheere dheere beet
Samay tu dheere dheere beet
Samay tu dheere dheere beet
dheere dheere beet
Samay tu dheere dheere beet
Samay tu dheere dheere beet
duniya ho ik raat chaandni
jeewan ho ik geet
duniya ho ik raat chaandni
jeewan ho ik geet
Samay tu dheere dheere beet

dheere dheere kyun kar ???
baat main teri kaise maanoon
dheere dheere kyun kar ???
baat main teri kaise maanoon
udte jaana
haath na aana
ye hai meri reet
udte jaana
haath na aana
ye hai meri reet
Samay tu dheere dheere beet

Samay tu dheere dheere beet

main pagli tu pagla ban jaana
??? ruk jaa ??
man ka meet rahe nit man mein
???
man ka meet rahe nit man mein
???
Samay tu dheere dheere beet
Dheere dheere beet
Samay tu dheere dheere beet
Samay tu dheere dheere beet


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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5258 Post No. : 17264

Today’s song is from the film Circus ki sundari aka Circus Queen-1941.

This was the first ever Talkie film having a story with a background of a Circus atmosphere. On checking the film list of silent films, I did not find any film title connected with Circus. From 1941 to 2007, I found 6 film titles in which the word Circus is there. They are….

Name of movie Year of release Heroine of the movie
Circus ki sundari 1941 Miss Moti
Circus Girl 1943 Miss Brijrani
Circus king 1946 Miss Brijrani
Circus wale 1950 Fearless Nadia
Circus Queen 1959 Fearless Nadia
Cirkus 2007 Jacqueline Fernandes

The last film, Cirkus-2007 had nothing to do with Circus. I have seen its trailer.

Fearless Nadia working in a film having a Circus backdrop is understandable. She had actually worked in a circus before joining the film line. However, about the other Heroines, I have absolutely no information about the actress Miss Moti ( 13 films from 1934 to 1943) and Miss Brij Rani’s biodata is with me, but she was never connected with any circus in her life.

The film was released on 28-11-1941. As per Film India magazine review, the entire film was shot inside a circus. I wonder how Miss Moti must have managed, when she had no experience of being in the company of wild animals like lions, tigers or elephants ! The story of the film was a typical stunt film story. I will not repeat the story because our Sadanand Kamath ji has already given it in his post in 2018, on one of the songs of this film. The film was produced by Kikubhai Desai – father of the potboiler maker Manmohan Desai. Unfortunately Kikubhai died just 2 days before this film was released.

The film was made by Paramount Movietone, famous for making Stunt films, before Wadia Movieone surpassed it ! Perhaps this was their last film too. The film was directed by Balwant Bhatt – the elder brother of Nanubhai Bhatt, another director of stunt films. Balwant directed only B or C grade films in his career. Balwant Bhatt (13-1-1909 to 7-2-19650 directed 33 films. He also directed many Gujarati films. He was famous in Gujarat for his film Divadandi-1952 in which Dilip Dholakia sang the iconic song ” Taari aankhni affini”. Balwant also helped MD Narayan Dutt by giving him the Debut opportunity for film Mordhwaj-1952.

The cast of the film was Miss Moti, Jal Merchant, Gulab, Agha, Puri, Rekha, A. Kareem and many others. The dialogues and songs were written by P.L.Santoshi and A. Kareem. There were few artistes in the Film Industry who were ‘all- rounders’. These artistes achieved excellence in many departments of film making. A. Kareem was one such artiste. He was brother of Music Director Ghulam Mohammed. He was an Actor, Producer, Director, Composer, Lyricist, writer, s/play and dialogue writer and a Costume designer ! In my opinion, he can be compared with only Badri Prashad, who was Actor, Producer, Director, Composer, Singer, Character artiste and a Choreographer too !..

In the early era, there were many such artistes who did many things-sometimes out of necessity or compulsion or to sustain jobs. But they were known for ONE main activity. Similarly A. Kareem was known as a Lyricist. He started his career with Aaj ki Duniya-40 as an actor. He also acted in Jagat mohini-40, Meri Khwaish-041, and Circus ki Sundari-41. He wrote s/p and dialogues, with P L Santoshi for films Circus ki sundari-41 and Bombay Calling-42. He composed music for 5 stunt films like Kashmir ki kali-46, Toofani Teerandaz-47,Atom Bomb-47,Dhoomketu-49 and Maya Mahal-49. He had composed 35 songs.

He directed 13 films like Kalakar-42,Talash-43,Badmash-44,Jeewan swapna-46,Parbat ki Rani-48,Rangeele Musafir-50,Josh-50,Gazab-51,Char chand-53. Maharani-57,Mehfil-57,Tilasmi Duniya-62 and Mehbooba-65.

As a Costume designer he worked for Naya Daur-57, Dil apna aur Preet Parayee-60, Mere Mehboob-63,Kaajal-65, Main vohi hoon-66 and Dastak-70. As a Lyricist his most famous song was Talat’s “Hai ye vohi aasman, aur vohi zameen, par meri Taqdeer ka ab vo zamana nahin “. He wrote 146 songs in 20 films.

Nowadays, it is impossible to find such All rounders in the film industry. Among the cast members, Jal Merchant was from the Parsee Community. In the 30’s and the 40’s there were many Parsee actors in Hindi films. Initially they rolled over to Talkie films from the silent era, when the silent films stopped being made from 1934. Later on many parsees joing films willinglky too. Some parsee artistes were Sohrab Modi, Billimoria brothers, Shammi etc.

Jal Merchant was a typical Parsi born on 15-1-1920 and brought up in the Parsi Colony area in Bombay. Though his family had a business, he did not join it as he was keen to make a career in films. Bombay being the centre of filmmaking he had plenty of chances. He did not have a masculine, wide chested body, but he compensated with his superb acting skills. He could also sing in his soft voice.

It was a colorful stellar team that Jal Merchant formed with Zubaida in the early talkies. But it was in mythological roles, and not romantic parts, that they first won the hearts of cinegoers. The first picture that made them a rage everywhere was Sagar’s “Veer Abhimanyu,” in which Jal played Abhimanyu to Zubaida’s Uttara. In the next one- Subhadra Haran-32, Jal was Arjun, Abhimanyu’s father, while Zubaida played Subhadra.

Like Zubaida, Jal Merchant joined films in the “silent days”. It was a change of medium for him, for he had been playing female roles on the Gujarati stage! His performance as the heroine of “Shankit Hriday,” a Gujarati play, proved a hit, and Nagendra Majumdar, who directed the play, induced him to switch over to screen acting. Jal joined the Imperial Film Company, and among his early films the most notable was “Vasant Bengali,” a social picture directed by R.S. Chowdhury. In those days, the screen hero generally had more brawn than brains, but the lead player of “Vasant Bengali” was called upon to show more intelligence than physical prowess. Jal did just that – and won instant fame.

After the advent of sound, Jal’s first four films for Sagar were mythologicals – “Veer Abhimanyu-1931,” Subhadra Haran-1932,” “Pandav Kaurav-1933” and “Mahabharat-1933”. For close-ups of these pictures, Jal used to wear trousers and only the upper part of his body was made up for his role. But in one close-up his pants were also visible! The shot was cut on the first day of screening in Bombay.

Gifted with a fine voice, he also delighted cinegoers with his singing. He sang 33 songs in 7 films-Meerabai-32, Pandav Kaurav-33, Mahabharat-33, Grihalaxmi-34, Aaj kal-34, Sone ka Shahar-35 and Toofan Express-1938.

In “Zarina,” written and directed by Ezra Mir, he was the tongawallah who falls in love with a dancing girl at a carnival. This poignant romantic tragedy won plaudits for both Jal and Zubaida. It was their last picture together for Sagar. Zubaida left Sagar and Sabita Devi took her place. Sabita and Kumar were the first stars imported from Calcutta. Sabita co-starred with Jal in “Phantom of the Hills,” directed by Ezra Mir, in which he played a dashing Pathan riding a white charger. In “Educated Wife” (Grihalaxmi), directed by Sarvottam Badami, he played a modern educated youth. In this role the versatile Jal revealed a genial personality. Sabita was again his co-star.

Jal and Zubaida played stellar roles together once again in “Aaj Kal,” directed by R.S. Chowdhury. This was the last important picture for both stars. Jal acted in about n15 Silent films and 29 Talkie films. His first Talkie film was Veer Abhimanyu-1931 and his last Talkie film was Armaan 1953.

Jal Merchant, who already had a family flourishing business, retired from the screen. Later, he started to live a quiet life in Bandra. Jal was an excellent shikari in his younger days. His screen associates also remember his soft voice, gentle manners and sensitive, handsome face. His pairing with Zubeida and Sabita Devi was very popular. He had all the gentle Parsee manners and was a popular co-star for the heroines.

I have read somewhere that Jal Merchant died in 1963 in Bombay. He was unmarried till the end, like many Parsis. ( information from an article by V.P.Sathe in Screen, ‘Screenplay’ by Isak Mujawar, Harish Raghuwanshi ji, HFGK, muVyz and my notes have been used in this post, with thanks.)

Today’s song is sung by Khan Mastana, Miss Kamal and chorus. I do not know who this Miss Kamal was. The music was by Khan Mastana. It is a good song.


Song-Ye khel tamasha do din ka (Circus Queen)(1941) Singers- Khan Mastana, Miss Kamal, Lyricist- P.L.Santoshi and A.Kareem, MD- Khan Mastana
Khan Mastana + Miss Kamal
All chorus
Male chorus
Female horus

Lyrics

Ye khel
Ye khel tamaasha do din ka
bhai khel tamasha do din ka
ye khel
Ye khel tamaasha do din ka
bhai khel tamaasha do din ka

ye taana baana do din ka
ye hansna gaana do din kaa
ye taana baana do din ka
ye hansna gaana do din kaa
ye raunaq pyaari do din ki
ye mehlen ataari do din ki
ye raunaq pyaari do din ki
ye mehlen ataari do din ki

kya thhaur thhikaana hai in ka
kya thhaur thhikaana hai in ka
ye khel
Ye khel tamasha do din ka
bhai khel tamasha do din ka
ye khel
Ye khel tamasha do din ka
bhai khel tamasha do din ka

chalte phirte saudaagar hum
chalte phirte saudaagar
chalte phirte saudaagar hum
chalte phirte saudaagar
jahaan daal den apna dera
wahin basaa den ek nagar
jahaan daal den apna dera
wahin basaa den ek nagar

hum panchhi ee ee
hum panchhi hain parde par(??) khelen
jaate hain chun chun kar ke

hum panchhi hain parde par(??) khelen
jaate hain chun chun kar ke

apna apna tinka tinka
apna apna tinka tinka
ye khel tamaasha do din ka
ye khel tamaasha do din ka
ye khel
ye khel tamaasha do din ka
bhai khel tamaasha do din ka
ye khel
ye khel
ye khel



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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5252 Post No. : 17255 Movie Count :

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

——————————–
Slow version
———————————-
Suresh Wadkar, Rajeshwari Laxmikant
Rajeshwari Laxmikant + unknown child voice
———————————–
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


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5132 Post No. : 17088

‘Jeewan Jyoti’ (1976) was produced by M Sarwanan and M Balu and directed by Murugan Kumaran for A.V.M. Productions Private Limited, Madras. This movie had Vijay Arora, Bindiya Goswami (debutant), A.K.Hangal, Satyen Kappu,Rakesh/rakesh pandey (Guest),Anjan Srivastava, Sudhir, Dinesh Hingu, Rajnath, Rahavaiah, Tulsiram, Bheeshma, Om Shivpuri, Sulochana Chatterji, Dulari, Halam, Udayalakshmi, Bhanumati, Munni, Ritukamal, (Introducing) Jayamalini, (The wonder children ) Master Raju Shrestha and Baby Mun Mun etc in it.

‘Jeewan Jyoti’ had six songs in it. Two songs have been covered so far.

Here is the third song from ‘Jeewan Jyoti’ to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Lata Mangeshkar. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Salil Chaudhary.

The song is picturised on Bindiya Goswami and Vijay Arora.

Lyrics of the song and other details were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

With this song, Lata Mangeshkar silently completes 3800 song posts in the blog.

audio link: (Full)

video link: (partial)

Song-Duniya rang badalti jaaye (Jeewan Jyoti)(1976) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Salil Chaudhary

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

duniya aa aa aa aa
rang badalti jaa..aaye
beetey dinon kee raatein
bichhudey huo`on kee baatein
bichhudey huo`on ko o
yaad dilaaye
haaayye duniya aa aaa
rang badaltee jaa..aaye
beetey dinon kee raatein
bichhudey huo`on kee baatein
bichhudey huo`on ko o yaad dilaaye
haaayye duniyaa aa aaa aa
rang badaltee jaa..aaye

ik rut aayegi
ik rut jaayegee eee
ik rut aayegi
ik rut jaayegee eee
birahan ke mann ko
har rut tadpaayegi
aake na jaaye jo woh
din aaye
haayye duniya aa
rang badalti jaa…aaye
beetey dinon kee raatein
bichhudey huo`on kee baatein
bichhudey huo`on ko o yaad dilaaye
haaayye duniyaa aa aaa aa
rang badaltee jaa..aaye

hamne naseebon ke
bhed naa aa jaaney thhe aey
hamne naseebon ke
bhed naa aa jaaney thhe
kyaa hum wohee hain jo
saathi puraaney thhe
aankhon ka dhokhaa mann ko
tadpaaye
haayye duniyaa aa
rang badalti jaa…aaye
beetey dinon kee raatein
bichhudey huo`on kee baatein
bichhudey huo`on ko o yaad dilaaye
haaayye duniyaa aa aaa aa
rang badaltee jaa..aaye

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir Kapur)
————————————————

दुनिया आ आ आ
रंग बदलती जा॰॰आए
बीते दिनों की यादें
बिछुड़े हुओं की बातें
बिछुड़े हुओं को
याद दिलाये
हाए
दुनिया आ आ आ
रंग बदलती जा॰॰आए
बीते दिनों की यादें
बिछुड़े हुओं की बातें
बिछुड़े हुओं को
याद दिलाये
हाए दुनिया
रंग बदलती जा॰॰आए

इक रुत आएगी
इक रुत जाएगी
इक रुत आएगी
इक रुत जाएगी
बिरहन के मन को
हर रुत तड़पाएगी
आके ना जाए जो
वो दिन आए
हाए दुनिया
रंग बदलती जा॰॰आए
बीते दिनों की यादें
बिछुड़े हुओं की बातें
बिछुड़े हुओं को
याद दिलाये
हाए दुनिया
रंग बदलती जा॰॰आए

हमने नसीबों के
भेद ना जाने थे
हमने नसीबों के
भेद ना जाने थे
क्या हम वही हैं जो
साथी पुराने थे
आँखों का धोखा मन को
तड़पाये
हाए दुनिया
रंग बदलती जा॰॰आए
बीते दिनों की यादें
बिछुड़े हुओं की बातें
बिछुड़े हुओं को
याद दिलाये
हाए दुनिया
रंग बदलती जा॰॰आए


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