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This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in 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.

Blog Day : 3727 Post No. : 14666

Today, October 1st is the birth anniversary of two iconic personalities of Hindi film music. Both started their career in Hindi film industry in Bombay (Mumbai) in 1946 – one as a music director and the other as a lyricist. Yes, it is Sachin Dev Burman’s 112th birth anniversary and Majrooh Sultanpuri’s 99th birth anniversary. Both have been my favourites amongst the music directors and lyricists of the golden era of Hindi film music. Both seem to have been made for each other. SD Burman was one of the earliest pioneers in introducing the concept of ‘tune first lyrics later’ in Hindi film music while Majrooh Sultanpuri was master in writing lyrics to the tune.

I found both of them to be non-conformists in their respective fields.  SD Burman’s compositions did not leave trails to identify them as SD Burman type of music. In my younger days, it was not easy for me to identify the songs composed by SD Burman. Had I not known in advance, I would have difficulties in knowing that songs of ‘Baazi’ (1951), ’Pyaasa’ (1957) and  ‘Nau Do Gyarah’ (1957) were composed by the same music director. Majrooh Sultanpuri on the other hand wrote lyrics of varied moods and of all genres with ease. Another common factor between these two stalwarts was that both were called as ‘old man with young heart’. If SD Burman could composed Roop Tera Mastaana at the age of 64, Majrooh Sultanpuri wrote lyrics for Raat Shabnami Bheegi Chaandni at the age of 77.

Despite both SD Burman and Majrooh Sultanpuri starting their filmy career in 1946, it took about 11 years for both of them to work together in Navketan’s  ‘Nau Do Gyaarah’ (1957), though the other collaboration, ‘Paying Guest’ (1957) was released first. The main reason was that SD Burman was already working with Sahir Ludhianvi since 1951. It was only when SD Burman stopped engaging Sahir after ‘Pyaasa’ (1957) that he found Majrooh Sultanpuri as a suitable lyricist partner. From 1957 till SD Burman’s death in October 1975, both of them worked together in 20 films composing 137 songs.

I have already written about Majrooh Sultanpuri last year while covering the song Nanha Mora Doley Mori Anganiaa. So in this article, I propose to discuss only the musical career of SD Burman.

Sachin Da (1/10/1906 – 31/10/1975) was born in Comilla, a part of Tripura at that time (now in Bangladesh). He belonged to Tripura’s royal family in which his father, Nabadwip Chandra Dev Burman, was the next in line to Tripura Royalty. However, due to some palace machinations, Nabadwip Burman was denied his right as the next king of Tripura because of which he along with his family shifted to Comilla. SD Burman’s childhood years in Comilla became his training ground for music as he became enthralled by the folk music of what was then known as East Bengal.

After graduation from a Comilla college, SD Burman enrolled for Master’s degree in English in the University of Calcutta in 1924. However, he soon gave up his studies to become the disciple of Krishna Chandra Dey (KC Dey). Later, he continued his musical training under Ustad Badal Khan and Pandit Bhishamdev Chatopadhyay.  The royal family of Tripura were the connoisseurs of Hindustani classical music. They resented SD Burman’s indulgence in singing and recording folk songs for earning as it was below dignity for a royal member of family to earn from the music. They also felt that folk songs were not meant for royalty as they were sung by the lower strata of the society. Because of this, SD Burman did not get the traditional royal welcome when he visited Agrtala after his marriage with Meera in 1938.

In 1932, SD Burman left Tripura for Calcutta (Kolkata) for pursuing his interest in music. In the same year, he approached HMV for his first recording of a non-filmy Bengali song. However, he failed in the audition test. Luckily for him, Hindustan Musical Products (Hindustan Records) offered to record his first gramophone song. The song became a major success for Hindustan Records. During 1932-1946, SD Burman recorded over 100 non-films, mostly Bengali and some filmy Bengali songs most of which became commercially successful.

Despite success as a singer in non-film songs, SD Burman had to face disappointment in 1933 when a song sung by him in the film ‘Yahudi Ki Ladki’ (1933) was deleted and was recorded afresh in the voice of Pahadi Sanyal due to the internal politics of New Theatre. In 1935, SD Burman got an opportunity to do a minor role of a beggar in Madhu Bose’s film ‘Selima’ (1935) in which he was to sing a song. At first, SD Burman refused telling that he would be ostracised from the Tripura royal family if they came to know that he was working in a film. However, Madhu Bose assured him that no one would recognise him in his make-up of a beggar with beard and moustache. So this became SD Burman’s first film song as an actor-singer.

Sometime in 1942, SD Burman got an offer from Chandulal Shah to join Ranjit Movietone as music director. The offer was declined as he did not relish the idea of leaving Kolkata. In the next two years, he found that he was not able  to get enough opportunity to compose music for Bangla films as all important banners had their own music directors in their pay rolls. These music directors would offer him to sing as a playback singer which he would not agree as his wish was to become a music director. At this juncture, he took a decision that he would not sing for any other music directors and he would sing his own compositions for films not as a playback singer but as background singer. He maintained that stand consistently after he became a part of the Bombay (Mumbai) film industry in 1946.

In early 1940s, Bengal was reeling under the worst famine. The film industry was adversely affected. There was an exodus from Kolkata to Mumbai film industry for a different reason. SD Burman knew that despite his liking for Kolkata, he had to move to Mumbai to be able to achieve his dream of becoming a music director. In October 1944, SD Burman along with his family landed in Mumbai on the invitation from Rai Bahadur Chunnilal and Sashadhar Mukherjee who had formed Filmistan with Ashok Kumar, Gyan Mukherjee and other technicians, a breakaway group from Bombay Talkies.  Burman joined Filmistan as music director.

In Mumbai, SD Burman’s greatest handicap was his inability to fully understand Hindi, leave aside Urdu.  This handicap willy-nilly made him the pioneering in ‘tune first lyrics later’ concept in Hindi film song compositions. It is said that in his first two films with Filmistan, C Ramchandra helped SD Burman in music arrangements. I guess, as a newcomer, it was difficult for him to arrange musicians and communicate with them.

His first film as a music director was ‘Shikaari’ (1946) followed by ‘Aath Din’ (1946), both produced under the banner of Filmistan.  The music of ‘Shikari’ (1946) did not create much interest in the common public though studio hands appreciated newness in his music compositions. However, songs of ‘Aath Din’ (1946) especially two songs sung by SD Burman and Pehle Na Samjhaa Pyaar Tha by Ameerbai Karnataki became popular and made him a different class of music director well-versed with the then East Bengal folk music.

SD Burman was not satisfied with his music in these two films as he did not find anyone in the streets singing his songs. On the contrary, he found his servant always humming the songs from ‘Rattan’ (1944). He felt that unless his songs became popular on the streets, his presence as a music director would never be felt in Bombay film industry.

In the meanwhile, Sashadhar Mukherjee allowed him to take up the music direction in the films outside Filmistan. In 1947, he did two films outside Filmistan – ‘Chitor Vijay’ (1947) and ‘Dil Ki Rani’ (1947) both having Raj Kapoor and Madhubala as lead pairs. Neither the films fared well on the box office front nor did the songs become popular. The only point of interest in ‘Dil Ki Rani’ (1947) was that SD Burman made Raj Kapoor to sing in his own voice a song, O Duniya Ke Rehne Waalo Bolo Kahaan Gaya Chitchor.

Filmistan entrusted SD Burman with the music direction of ‘Do Bhai’ (1947). Sashadhar Mukherjee was a hard task master who rarely got satisfied with the tunes SD Burman composed for this film. Fed up with the constant rejections of tunes by Sashadhar Mukherjee, one day, SD Burman decided to have a show down with his boss. Probably after that he would think of leaving Filmistan and go back to Kolkata. To his surprise, Sashadhar Mukherjee at once approved the first tune he played on the harmonium and asked him record the song at the earliest. The song was Mera Sundar Sapna Beet Gaya sung by Geeta Roy (later Dutt). This song made Geeta Roy a star playback singer overnight. The film was a box office success. For the first time, SD Burman heard his servant humming this song which made him very happy. In 1948, he composed songs from ‘Vidya’ (1948). It was his first film with Dev Anand and Suraiya. The film did not fare well on the box office but one song  Laayi Khushi Ki Duniya, picturised on Dev Anand and Suraiya, became very popular.

Filmistan’s ‘Shabnam’ (1949) can be regarded as SD Burman’s first real successful film as a music director as all the songs of the films became very popular. For SD Burman, it was one of his most satisfying period of his musical career as he found the songs of ‘Shabnam’ being heard on the street quite often. He even heard the labourers at Bandra Railway Station, singing one of the songs from this film in tandem with their track maintenance work.

In 1950s, SD Burman did not have much success as a music director. ‘Afsar’ (1950) was his first film for Navketan – a film production company started by Chetan Anand and Dev Anand. The film did not fare well at the box office although two songs – Naina Deewaane Ek Nahin Maane and Man Mor Huaa Matwaala became popular. ‘Pyaar’ (1950) also did not have a great run. SD Burman was now depressed that even after 5 years of his stint as a music director in Bombay film industry, he has not established himself as a successful music director. With this thought in mind, he decided to leave Mumbai and return to Kolkata.

At that time, Ashok Kumar was reviving Bombay Talkies by producing ‘Mashaal’ (1950) for which SD Burman was entrusted with the music direction. His leaving at a crucial juncture would have affected the film. After much persuasion by Ashok Kumar, SD Burman stayed back to complete the music direction of the film with a condition that after the completion of his work, he would return to Kolkata.

It so happened that ‘Mashaal’ (1950) became a box office hit film. Almost all the songs of the film became very popular. But it was Manna Dey’s song,  Upar Gagan Vishaal which drew attention of the common folk. With this song, Manna Dey seemed have announced that he had, at last, arrived in the world of Hindi film music. Manna Dey had worked as an Assistant Music Director for SD Burman but he got his first chance to sing under his baton only in ‘Mashaal’ (1950).

With the success of ‘Mashaal’ (1950), producers lined up for signing SD Burman for their films which included ‘Bahaar’ (1951), ‘Buzdil’ (1951), ‘Ek Nazar’ (1951), ‘Naujawaan’ (1951) and ‘Sazaa’ (1951). All these films had very popular songs some of which are still remembered today like Sainya Dil Mein Aana Re, Jhan Jhan Jhan Jhan Paayal Baaje, Thandi Hawaayen Lehra Ke Aayen and Tum Na Jaane Kis Jahaan Mein Kho Gaye.

But one film SD Burman  did in 1951 gave a tremendous boost to his career as a music director – it was Navketan’s ‘Baazi’ (1951). It was Guru Dutt’s first directorial venture. SD Burman’s musical treatment in this film was quite a contrast to what he had so far churned out. There were no Bengali traces in the songs. Instead, he predominantly used western and Punjabi beats. In fact, he turned Sahir Ludhinavi’s philosophical ghazal, Tadbeer Se Bigdi Huyi Taqdeer Banaa Le  into a seductive club song. All the songs of ‘Baazi’ (1951) became super hits. The success of ‘Baazi’ (1951) made SD Burman almost a permanent fixture with Navketan Banner until ‘Chhupa Rustom’ (1973). By now, he had dropped the idea of shifting to Kolkata.

The musical success of ‘Baazi’ (1951) created a successful pair of Sahir Ludhianvi and SD Burman. During 1951-57, both of them created 138 songs in 18 films. Unfortunately, due to clash of egos, they did not work together after ‘Pyaasa’ (1957).

I will not go into further details of his successful films as they are in large numbers. But there are a few films which I consider as classic insofar as SD Burman’s music is concerned. They are ‘Taxi Driver’ (1954), ‘Pyaasa’ (1957), ‘Nau Do Gyaarah’ (1957), ‘Paying Guest’ (1957), ‘Kaala Paani’ (1958), ‘Sujata’ (1959), ‘Kaala Baazar’ (1960), ‘Bandini’ (1963) ‘Tere Ghar Ke Saamne’ (1963), ‘Guide’ (1965), ‘Aradhana’ (1969), ‘Prem Pujari’ (1970), ‘Sharmilee’ (1971), ‘Tere Mere Sapne’ (1971), and ‘Abhimaan’ (1973). But within these films, there were high points in SD Burman’s musical career – ‘Baazi’ (1951), ‘Pyaasa’ (1957), ‘Guide’ (1965), ‘Aradhana’ (1969) and ‘Abhimaan’ (1973).

During 1946 until his death in October 31, 1975 SD Burman composed music for 90 films (including one unreleased film) comprising 673 songs (666 songs if I exclude 7 songs from the unreleased film). This gives an annual average of 3 films. According to those who had closely worked with SD Burman, he would consider him to be ‘busy’ if he had two films on hand. He considered himself ‘very busy’ if he had 3 films on hand. He would not take any more musical assignments until he completed one of the three films on hand. So the annual average of 3 films are within the parameter he set for himself.

It was during the recording the song, Badi Sooni Sooni Hai Zindagi Ye Zindagi  from ‘Mili’ (1975) that SD Burman got paralytic attack and was shifted to Bombay Hospital. Later, RD Burman completed the recording of the song. What an irony! When Kishore Kumar was singing this song for recording, his mentor was in the hospital in deep coma. SD Burman remained in coma for the next 5 months until his end came on October 31, 1975.

Since the article has already become very lengthy, I propose to write a second part of the article covering some other aspects of SD Burman’s Hindi film music on his Remembrance Day on October 31, 2018. There are hundreds of anecdotes in the life of SD Burman – some known and some unknown to me – which makes his musical journey very interesting. While Gulzar called him ‘Prince of Music’, Pandit Hari Prasad Charasia referred him as ‘Sangeet Sant’ (Saint of Music). Kersi Lord, who worked with SD Burman as a drummer and later as an accordionist for a very long time, called him ‘an old man with a young heart’ insofar as his music was concerned. Pandit Shiv Kumar Sharma, the santoor player called SD Burman as a wonderful person with child-like innocence.

I will end this article with a statement that SD Burman was a music director who remained at the zenith of his musical career in Hindi film industry since the success of ‘Baazi’ (1951) until his death on October 31, 1975. Even 5 year hiatus with Lata Mangeshkar (1957-62) did not affect his musical career. Some of the films for which SD Burman composed music may have failed at the box office but his music did not fail.

On the occasion of 112th birth anniversary of SD Burman and 99th birth anniversary of Majrooh Sultanpuri, I present one of their creations from ‘Sitaaron Se Aage’ (1958). The film was produced by VL Narasu, a coffee plantation magnate from the South India. The film starred Ashok Kumar, Vyjayantimala, Jagdish Sethi, Johny Walker, Shammi, Iftekhar, Raja Sulochana, Leela Mishra, Manmohan Krishna etc.

The film seems to have jinxed from the very beginning. Gyan Mukherjee was originally assigned to direct the film. He had even completed musical sitting with SD Burman. The film went into shooting floor in 1956. However, Gyan Mukherjee fell ill and was diagnosed with brain tumour. He was also afflicted by Parkinson’s disease. He passed away in November 1956. Ashok Kumar had to rope in Satyen Bose to direct the film (As revealed by late Sachin Bhowmick and quoted in ‘SD Burman – The Prince Musician’ – Anirudh Bhattacharjee & Balaji Vittal (2018).

During the making of the film, SD Burman got into tiff with Lata Mangeshkar on the issue of re-recording of the song, Sainya Kaise Dhaaroon Dheer as he wished to record the song afresh with some changes in the tune. Since Lata was leaving for a foreign trip, she could not give him the date, nor she could commit to give a priority date on her return from the trip. This enraged SD Burman to such an extent that he stopped engaging Lata Mangeshkar as a playback singer for the next 5 years. He got the above-mentioned song recorded in the voice of Asha Bhonsle. But she could not render the song the way S D Burman wanted. So he retained the originally recorded Lata version for the film. The remaining songs which were to be sung by Lata in the films were rendered by Asha Bhonsle (3) and Geeta Dutt (1).

After about 8 years from this incidence, SD Burman got his original wish fulfilled. Lata Mangeshkar recorded a song based on the tune of the song referred to above. The result was the culmination of a new song for the film ‘Guide’ (1965). The song was Mo Se Chhal Kiye Jaaye Dekho Sainya Beimaan. Incidentally, as I checked from the credit titles, Hiralal was one of the choreographers for both ‘Sitaaron Se Aage’ (1958) and ‘Guide’ (1965).

‘Sitaaron se Aage’ (1958) got delayed and finally released sometime in early 1958. The film was a musical extravaganza with Vyjayantimala performing a number of semi-classical dances in the film. A feature of the songs in this film was that  SD Burman used Western scores in a couple of songs like Chanda Ki Chaandni Ka Jaadoo and Mehfil Mein Aaaye Wo Aaj Dheere Se that sounded like waltz music.

So far 7 songs (out of 9 including one multiple version song) from this film have been covered in the Blog. I present the 8th song – ‘Aa Khilte Hain Gul, O Mere Bulbul’ sung by Lata Mangeshkar. The song was written by Majrooh Sultanpuri and picturised on Vyjayantimala as a dance song. The song is not only melodious but rhythmic as well.

[Author’s Note: Some of the information on SD Burman’s early life and early musical career has been sourced from ‘SD Burman – The World of His Music’ by Khagesh Dev Burman (translated from Bengali by SK Ray Chaudhuri), 2013.]

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(Audio)

Song – Aa Khilte Hain Gul, O Mere Bulbul (Sitaaron Se Aage) (1958) Singer – Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Majrooh Sultanopuri, MD – SD Burman
Chorus

Lyrics

aa khilten hain gul
o mere bulbul
rut hai jawaan
tu hai kahaan
dilruba aa aa aaa
aa khilten hai gul
o mere bulbul
rut hai jawaan
tu hai kahaan
dilruba aa aa aaa
aa khilten hai gul
ho oo mere bulbul
mil jaa gale
kahin ye milan ki 
rut na dhale
mil jaa gale
kahin ye milan ki 
rut na dhale
 
o o o o
o o o o o 
wohi teri raahen
wohi meri aahen
wohi main hoon
wohi dil mera
o
wohi teri raahen
wohi meri aahen
wohi main hoon
wohi dil mera
wohi teri baaten
wohi meri raaten
wohi rang e mehfil mera
rah ke juda
dil na dukha
aa bhi jaa aa aa aaa
aa khilten hain gul
o mere bulbul
jiyara jaley
piya kabhi apne
din thhe bhale
o jiyara jaley
piya kabhi apne
din thhe bhale
rut hai jawaan
tu hai kahaan
dilruba aa aa aaa
aa khilten hain gul
o mere bulbul
 
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aaa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aaa
aa aa aa aa

o o o o
o o o
raah teri takta
gham se sulagta
chaand bechaara kahaan gaya
o raah teri takta
gham se sulagta
chaand bechaara kahaan gaya
tu hi nahi aaya
dhal gaya saaya
yahaan ka taara wahaan gaya
raat dhali
jhoom chali
phir hawaa aa aa aaa
aa khilten hain gul
o mere bulbul
tum na miley
khadi khadi jaloon piya
chanda taley
ho tum na miley
khadi khadi jaloon piya
chanda taley
rut hai jawaan
tu hai kahaan
dilruba aa aa aaa
aa khilten hain gul
o o mere bulbul. . .

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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आ खिलते हैं गुल
ओ मेरे बुलबुल
रुत है जवां
तू है कहाँ
दिलरुबा आ आ॰॰आs
आ खिलते हैं गुल
ओ मेरे बुलबुल
रुत है जवां
तू है कहाँ
दिलरुबा आ आ॰॰आs
आ खिलते हैं गुल
हो ओ मेरे बुलबुल
मिल जा गले
कहीं ये मिलन की
रुत ना ढले
मिल जा गले
कहीं ये मिलन की
रुत ना ढले

ओ ओ ओ ओ
ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ
वही तेरी राहें
वही मेरी आहें
वही मैं हूँ
वही दिल मेरा

वही तेरी राहें
वही मेरी आहें
वही मैं हूँ
वही दिल मेरा
वही तेरी बातें
वही तेरी रातें
वही रंग ए महफिल मेरा
रह के जुदा
दिल ना दुखा
आ भी जा आ॰॰आ॰॰आ
आ खिलते हैं गुल
ओ मेरे बुलबुल
जियरा जले
पिया कभी अपने
दिन थे भले
जियरा जले
पिया कभी अपने
दिन थे भले
रुत है जवां
तू है कहाँ
दिलरुबा आ आ॰॰आs
आ खिलते हैं गुल
ओ मेरे बुलबुल

आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आss
आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आss
आ आ आ आ

ओ ओ ओ ओ
ओ ओ ओ
राह तेरी ताकता
ग़म ये सुलगता
चाँद बेचारा कहाँ गया
ओ राह तेरी ताकता
ग़म ये सुलगता
चाँद बेचारा कहाँ गया
तू ही नहीं आया
ढाल गया साया
यहाँ का तारा वहाँ गया
रात ढली
झूम चली
फिर हवा आ॰॰आ॰॰आs
आ खिलते हैं गुल
ओ मेरे बुलबुल
तुम ना मिले
खड़ी खड़ी जलूँ पिया
चंदा तले
हो तुम ना मिले
खड़ी खड़ी जलूँ पिया
चंदा तले
रुत है जवां
तू है कहाँ
दिलरुबा आ आ॰॰आs
आ खिलते हैं गुल
ओ ओ मेरे बुलबुल॰ ॰ ॰

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

Blog Day : 3691 Post No. : 14601

Greetings to all friends and readers for on today’s festival of Raakhi. I hope and pray that celebrations have been happily enjoyed in all households.

Ten years now that we have been celebrating this festival online on our blog. In the early years, as one browses through the articles posted, there was always this apprehension as to how many songs related to this festival may be found. But then the going has been good and strong, and noting the contribution sent in by group members, I think we are still good for a few years to come, to continue this celebration online. Folks have been sending in Raakhi songs from the recent decades, and we have also been searching and locating songs from the 1940s and 1950s still waiting to be posted.

Yes, this subject of the happy relationship between brothers and sisters is so central to the family storylines that abound in Hindi films. Such a large percentage of our films are romantic stories with strong family grounding, and in so many of them there is always a brother sister relationship to be highlighted. And when we have that as a prominent part of the screenplay, then more often than not a song has to come in to express the emotional sanctity and the beauty of this relationship. And that is a matter of common experience – isn’t it? Every person has had this relationship within family, within extended family, and within circle of friends too. And a great celebration this is – such a reassuring reminder of the people who matter in life.

This post is delayed – well, the drivers too have to celebrate you know. I have been busy with family gatherings and long distance phone calls since morning, and I am sure Atul ji too has been similarly occupied. And so would have been most of the readers and friends.

A wonderful song that was a favorite in the radio listening days is being brought up for posting today. The film is ‘Badnaam’ from 1975. Lyrics are from the pen of Asad Bhopali and the music – ah yes, the attractive and enchanting melody comes from the mind of that unsung genius – Ganesh. The tune is very catching, and I am sure you will remember it when you hear it again.

On screen, the song is performed by Nazima, who has played many second lead roles in her time, and many of them being of the younger sister. A charming and a bright screen presence she has. The person playing the role of the brother in this film is Baldev Khosa. The film comes from the banner of GeetaShri Films, Bombay and is directed by Dilip Bose. Besides the two performers we see in this clip, the rest of the cast of actors includes Reeta Anchan, Jalal Agha, Joginder, Jagirdar, Abhi Bhattacharya, Iftikhar, Mohan Choti, Brahmachari, Beerbal, Murad, Jagdev, Anita Guha, Gopal Sehgal, Master Ratan, Jayshree T, Master Chiku, Kamaldeep, Daya Devi, Lakshmi Chhaya, Anwar Hussain, and Sujeet Kumar.

Once again, hearty greetings to all readers and friends on this occasion of Rakhi.

Editor note- With this song, the fourth and final song from the movie, “Badnaam”(1975) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.

 

Song – Bhaiya Phool Main Phoolon Ki Daali  (Badnaam) (1975) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Asad Bhopali, MD – Ganesh

Lyrics

bhaiya phool main phoolon ki daali
jaise kaliyon ke mukhde pe laali
bhaiya phool main phoolon ki daali
jaise kaliyon ke mukhde pe laali
mera sapna tu. . .  haan
mera sapna tu
mera apna tu
tu hai to hai hariyaali
bhaiya phoo..oo..ool main daali
bhaiya phool main phoolon ki daali
jaise kaliyon ke mukhde pe laali

maathe pe tere chandan teeka
aaja aaj laga doon
maathe pet ere chandan teeka
aaja aaj laga doon
ik tere kaaran main duniya ki
har daulat thukra doon
tujh bin hai jeevan khaali
bhaiya phoo..oo..ool main daali
bhaiya phool main phoolon ki daali
jaise kaliyon ke mukhde pe laali

bajne do ab to mann ki veena
bajne do shehnaai
bajne do ab to mann ki veena
bajne do shehnaai
aaya hai kitne barson mein ab
behna ke ghar bhai
hoon na main kismatwaali
bhaiya phoo..oo..ool main daali
bhaiya phool main phoolon ki daali
jaise kaliyon ke mukhde pe laali

jag se na tootega ye naata
kitni bhi ho doori
jag se na tootega ye naata
kitni bhi ho doori
milne se hum ko kya rokegi
ab koi majboori
dhal gayi wo raina kaali
bhaiya phoo..oo..ool main daali
bhaiya phool main phoolon ki daali
jaise kaliyon ke mukhde pe laali
mera sapna tu. . .  haan
mera sapna tu
mera apna tu
tu hai to hai hariyaali
bhaiya phoo..oo..ool main daali
bhaiya phool main phoolon ki daali
jaise kaliyon ke mukhde pe laali

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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भैया फूल मैं फूलों की डाली
जैसे कलियों के मुखड़े पे लाली
भैया फूल मैं फूलों की डाली
जैसे कलियों के मुखड़े पे लाली
मेरा सपना तू॰ ॰ ॰ हाँ
मेरा सपना तू
मेरा अपना तू
तू है तो है हरियाली
भैया फू॰॰॰ल मैं डाली
भैया फूल मैं फूलों की डाली
जैसे कलियों के मुखड़े पे लाली

माथे पे तेरे चन्दन टीका
आजा आज लगा दूँ
माथे पे तेरे चन्दन टीका
आजा आज लगा दूँ
इक तेरे कारण में दुनिया की
हर दौलत ठुकरा दूँ
तुझ बिन है जीवन खाली
भैया फू॰॰॰ल मैं डाली
भैया फूल मैं फूलों की डाली
जैसे कलियों के मुखड़े पे लाली

बजने दो अब तो मन की वीणा
बजने दो शहनाई
बजने दो अब तो मन की वीणा
बजने दो शहनाई
आया है कितने बरसों में अब
बहना के घर भाई
हूँ ना मैं किसमतवाली
भैया फू॰॰॰ल मैं डाली
भैया फूल मैं फूलों की डाली
जैसे कलियों के मुखड़े पे लाली

जग से टूटेगा ये नाता
कितनी भी हो दूरी
जग से टूटेगा ये नाता
कितनी भी हो दूरी
मिलने से हम को क्या रोकेगी
अब कोई मजबूरी
ढल गई वो रैना काली
भैया फू॰॰॰ल मैं डाली
भैया फूल मैं फूलों की डाली
जैसे कलियों के मुखड़े पे लाली
मेरा सपना तू॰ ॰ ॰ हाँ
मेरा सपना तू
मेरा अपना तू
तू है तो है हरियाली
भैया फू॰॰॰ल मैं डाली
भैया फूल मैं फूलों की डाली
जैसे कलियों के मुखड़े पे लाली


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Blog Day : 3682 Post No. : 14580

“Tilottama” (1954) was directed by Babubhai Mistry for Basant Pictures production, Bombay. The movie had P. Kailash, Chitra, Shree Bhagwan, Maruti, B. M. Vyas, Indira Bansal, Babu Raje, Amrut, Tribhuvan Sinha, Sarita, Devchandra, Mohimo Laxmikant, Abdulla, Yadav, Karega, Julian, Mansoor, Aftab, Rachal, Heera Sawant, Chanda, Pushpa, Gulab, Subhadra etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. Two songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Tilottama” (1954) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and chorus. Gopal Singh Nepali is the lyricist. Music is composed by S N Tripathi.

Only the audio of this song is available and so it is difficult to tell how and on whom this song is picturised. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of this song.

I have not been able to get a few words right in the lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable in the lyrics.


Song-Phoolon se maarna mukhda singaarna (Tilottama)(1954) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-G S Nepali, MD-S N Tripathi
Chorus

Lyrics

phoolon se maarna
mukhda singaarna
pyaar se nihaar ke dulaar se pukaarna aa
phoolon se maarna
phoolon se maarna
mukhda singaarna
pyaar se nihaar ke
dulaar se pukaarna aa
phoolon se maarna

aa gayi bahaar hai
roop mein nikhaar hai
daali jo meethhi nazar
teer aar paar hai
jee baanhon ka galhaar hai
aa gayi bahaar hai
roop mein nikhaar hai
daali jo meethhi nazar
teer aar paar hai
jee baanhon ka galhaar hai
baanhon ka galhaar hai ji
baanhon ka galhaar hai

o o o
chunri sawaarna
ghoonghat utaarna
pyaar se nihaar ke
dulaar se pukaarna
phoolon se maarna
phoolon se maarna
mukhda singarna
pyaar se nihar ke dulaar se pukaarna aa
phoolon se maarna

angna mein naach hai
dhoom hai haweli mein
aaj hai baazi lagi
bhanwre mein chameli mein
ji ?? mein naweli mein
angna mein naach hai
dhoom hai haweli mein
aaj hai baazi lagi
bhanwre mein chameli mein
ji ?? mein naweli mein
bhanwre mein chameli mein
ji ?? mein naweli mein

o o o
baazi na haarna
ghunghru chhankaarna
pyaar se nihaar ke
dulaar se pukaarna aa
phoolon se maarna
phoolon se maarna
mukhda singaarna
pyaar se nihaar ke dulaar se pukaarna aa
phoolon se maarna


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Blog Day : 3608 Post No. : 14390

Regulars have been noticing that I have been rather irregular in posting articles in the blog for the last few weeks. While some of it was due to personal reasons (travelling etc), I had expected that I would have all the time in the world during the weekend (2 and 3 june 2018) when I hoped to try and make up for the slow going in the blog.

Month of May is traditionally a slow month for the blog because it is in this month that my wife and daughter (staying elsewhere) join me for their summer vacations. Earlier, they would stay in the same place for the month, visiting nearby places at the most, but now they are becoming more ambitious. My daughter, like most persons of her age group easily succumbs to this peer pressure. She has been pestering the two of us about visiting abroad during her vacations ever since she joined a medical college in Mumbai and found her peers doing that.

During the last summer vacation, when the two of them were with me and the daughter insisted on going abroad, we went to Nepal, which is some 300 kilometers by road from where I stay at present and that satisfied the daughter for the time being.

But this time she had raised her standards and she wanted the three of us to go to some “proper” foreign locations. So one week of may 2018 was spent doing just that. During this week, I did not have any time to post in the blog. When we had left for the trip, the blog was averaging just over 4 posts a day, and when we were back then this strike rate had fallen under 4 songs a day. It is still below that mark.

The daughter, no doubt fully satiated after the trip left for Mumbai three days later.

My wife planned to leave on saturday 2 june 2018. So I had hoped to have a free time on saturday and sunday, just like old times. 🙂

At the night of 1 june, just when it was time to go to bed, we heard sound of thunderstorm from outside. Often, rain and storms go unnoticed by people at night, but this one caused closed windows to open, while open windows rattled violently, threatening to come off their hinges. We closed some of the open windows. Some windows in some outer rooms were still open, but going to that room by opening some doors was not advisable, because an open door is much more of a nightmare than an open window under these circumstances.

Whenever we have such rain and storm situation, electricity is bound to go off. And so it did. Erratic electricity is nothing new in these parts, so people have invertors with them. We also have invertor. No electricity means no AC in this hot weather, So we spent the night under the air of fan. Luckily the invertor battery lasted till the whole night.

Next morning, when I went out at 5 AM to walk my dogs by turns, I found that big branches of a few trees had fallen on the road at two places. In addition, a few big branches had fallen on the gate of a neighbouring house, totally blocking that gate. Clearing these huge branches was going to take time. And it also became clear to me that restoration of electricity would not happen in a hurry.

My wife was scheduled to board a noon train at Bareilly that would take her to Lucknow by 4 PM and from there she would catch a train to Jabalpur. It turned out that the train she was to board at Bareilly would start late and she would miss her Lucknow train if she decided to go by that train. Trains running several hours late is quite common in these parts. My wife managed to get one such badly delayed train at 11:15 AM. So she arrived Lucknow comfortably in time.

It was saturday and I was at my work place for half a day where electricity was there thanks to generator backup. When I went home, I found that electricity was not yet restored. I knew that it was time to ration my invertor electricity because very little charge remained in the battery after using it all up during the whole night and early morning. So I did not use any electricity and did not even use my computer and wi fi.

On enquiry, I was informed that the state electricity board staff were working to rectify the faults and the likely time of restoration was 7 :30 PM. 7:30 PM came and went away and there was no sign of electricity coming back. Normally I would spend this time blogging or watching TV if anything interesting was on it. Instead of that, I was wondering how to minimise the effects of heat (it was hot and humid even at night time). I tried to switch on a tubelight for a few seconds and it immediately went off, signifying that the invertor battery had actually got discharged as I had feared.

It was clear that I had to spend the night without light and fan.

When I go to bed at night, the two dogs also like to sleep nearby at their chosen places. But before that they have their fight where I have to mediate. As it is, Bhole regards himself as my pet while Chhote is supposed to be my wife’s pet. So Bhole stakes his claim on me. He would accompany me wherever I go within the house. Under “normal” circumstances, I would be seated on my computer chair staring at the screen while Bhole would lie sprawled on the floor near by. He would not allow Chhote to enter the room. Chhote must enter the room at bed time. So what to do. He tries to enter the bedroom when Bhole is not looking and then slips under the bed.

But this is not a foolproof method. Bhole takes serious exception whenever Chhote tries to come in. So, to help Chhote, I restrain Bhole by grabbing his collar and that allows Chhote to enter the bedroom and slip under the bed. Then I try to pacify an irate Bhole by giving him a head massage while continuing to hold his collar. After some time, this massage pacifies him ,but when I release his collar, he goes near the bed and barks violently at Chhote, while Chhote too barks back.

After a few minutes, truce is called for the night. After some time, Chhote comes out of the bed and sleeps on the left side of the bed while Bhole is sleeping on the right side of the bed. When I wake up at say midnight or later, the two dogs would be happily seated next to each other. 🙂

Since it was dark so I was in no position to play mediator between the two dogs. They barked at each other for what looked like hours to me while I, unable to see anything tried to go back to sleep. Next morning, when I woke up (yes, I managed to get some sleep even after all this heat and humidity), I found that the two dogs had made peace with each other on their own and they were sleeping at their usual places on either side of the bed. 🙂

There was no electicity even on that morning, which was a sunday. When I read the newspapers, I came to know about the damage that the storm had caused. Hundreds of trees and their branched had fallen on electricity wires all over the city and elsewhere. So restoration work was going to take a while.

All this had stated to take its toll. The contents of fridge had started to rot. Previous day’s milk soured, as expected. some other stuff kept in the fridge also turned unuseable. I was running out of filtered water too since I could not operate the water purifier.

The charge on my mobiles (I have two of them) were also alarmingly low. 17 % in one and 36 % in another. My wife was travelling by train and I keep track of train movement on mobile on the NTES app when she (or the daughter) travels. When her train was on the verge of arriving at her destination, I phoned her and informed her about my mobile charge situation and informed her not to worry if she could not get me on mobile as it would only mean that my mobile battery had got discharged.

Some tubelights/ fans in the residence are on invertor and others are not. I had kept a few non-invertor switches on. At 8 :38 AM, I found these tubelights /CFLs getting illuminated ! So electricity was back after a wait of some 36 hours. I quickly plugged my mobiles for charging and switched on the water purifier.

Just as I was all praises for the Electricity Board employees, I found that the light had again gone off, after just five minutes. So I had to rush to switch off all the switches connected to invertor.

Exactly three hours later at 11:38, electricity came back, much to my glee. Again, it went off five minutes later.

In the meanwhile, my daughter had sent me a message to pay her mobile bill. The SIM that she uses is in my name and I pay its bill online. Once in the past I had failed to pay the bill and that connection had got disconnected. Getting it reconnected took a few hours but the trouble was not worth it because she had to phone from an unknown number (her friend’s) to inform me about her phone disconnected while I (and my wife) were worrying about her whereabouts. So I thought that I should pay her bill without delay. so even though I had no electricity, I switched the computer on (which showed 78% change) and I decided to use dongle (my backup internet connection) for payment. But before I could make the payment, the computer, showing 78 % change, suddenly changed its mind and announced that it had only 7 % change. Before I could make out what was going on, the computer swtched off abruptly and abnormally because of low change in its battery.

I messaged the daughter back telling her that I was without electicity, with low battery in my mobiles and with a discharged computer, so she needed to pay the bill herself.

One hour later, the light came back again, this time fortunately for a longer duration. even though the light went off again after some 40 minutes, this was enough time for my mobiles to get changed adequately, the water purifier to deliver adequate water to last for the day, and more importantly, the invertor battery managed to get changed a bit. After that, electricity kep coming and going but all that gave enough time for the Invertor battery to get changed. In other words, things had limped back to normalcy.

Or did they ? When I decided to swich on the computer, it failed to get swithed on to its desktop. The computer would try to install windows interminably without any results.

After lots and lots of trials and errors till late night, I realised that this computer had finally conked off and I needed to get a noew computer. so, from next morning (viz tpday 4 june 2018), I have been thinking about buying a new computer. I even souded our knowledgeable members in our whatsapp group to suggest what computer to buy.

all this will take a few days, but what about blogging in the interim. I tried a few tricks and they only gave partial results. Now, I have managed to get to the desktop pf my computer (I am myself surprised how) and so I can at least make use of this computer, something that was looking impossible till this morning.

The song that I have in mind has no relation to the dilemma that I have discussed above. it just happens to be a song that I stumbled upon while I was looking for a song of 1948. This song caught my eye because it is a rare song from a rare movie. The movie is “Oonch Neech”(1948). This movie was directed by Hem Chandar for New Theatres, Calcutta. ovie had The Bharti Devi, Sumitra devi, Chgandravati, Pal Mahendra, Hiralal, Poornendu, Gopal Mehra, Ansari, Deendayaal, Deepaali, Indira, Ramesh, Nirupama etc in it.

This was a movie that had come when “New Theatres” had lost its primacy and was on a free fall. As a result there were few takers for New Thratres movie like this. Even the songs ended up as forgotten.

The movie had five songs in it. One obscure song from the movie has been covered in the past.

This song is even more obscure. It is sung by Sudha Mukherji, a singer I had never heard about and who makes her debut in the blog with this song. Ramesh Pandey is the lyricist. Music is composed by Pankaj Mullick.

Only the audio of this song is available. The audio quality too is not vert good.

The song may be an obscure one, but I loved the song the very first time I herd it. The lyrics are superb, and so is the music, which sounds quite different from the usual music of Hindi movie songs of those days. This is one song that deserved to be better known among music lovers.

I have I have not been able to get many words right in the lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks;/ suggest corrections as applicable. I am sure one will be able to appreciate this song even better after we manage to get the missing words right. This song is about “phool” and the lyricist has come up with superb lyrics, which are sort of like “pushp ki abhilaasha”, an immortal poem by Makhan Lal Chaturvedi.

PS-After I typed out this article, I faced many more problems while posting this article in the blog. So message is clear me for . I need to have a new computer, and that too as soon as possible. 🙂


Phool kahe dhanya hoon main (Oonch Neech)(1948) Singer-Sudha Mukherji, Lyrics-Ramesh Pandey, MD-Pankaj Mullick

Lyrics

phool kahe
dhanya hoon main
dhanya hoon main
is dharti par phool kahe
apne
apne dev ko pooj sakoon oon
apne dev ko pooj sakoon
yadi apne ghar dhanya dhanya main
is dharti par phool kahe ae ae ae

maine ae janm liya mitti par
div swapn sa ??
phool
charan choom loon
ho vyaakul
charan choom loon
ho vyaakul
pankhudiyaan
pankhudiyaan
pankhudiyaan
??
dhanya dhanya main
is dharti par
phool kahe ae ae ae

main dhara ??
maala
??
dhara ??
swarg banaana
mera ho samast dhan jewar
mera ho samast dhan jewar
bicha(??) tumhaare charnon par
dhanya dhanya
dhanya dhanya main
is dharti par
phool kahe ae ae ae


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Blog Day : 3605 Post No. : 14385

“Zid”(1945) was directed by H S Rawail for Bharat Laxmi Pictures. The movie had Ramola, Hiralal, Sundar, Zahoor Shah , Manorama, Ramesh Sinha etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. One song has been covered in the past.

Here is the second song from this movie to appear in the blog. Singer is not named in HFGK but the uploader mentions Radharani as the singer. This movie had two lyricists in it, viz G A Chishti and S S Madhukar. S S Madhukar is the lyricist according to the uploader. Music is composed by G A Chishti.

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


Song-Kyun khila phool agar phool ko murjhaana thha (Zid)(1945) Singer-Radharani, Lyrics-Shanti Swaroop Madhukar, MD-G A Chishti

Lyrics

Kyun khila phool agar phool ko murjhaana thha
Kyun khila phool agar phool ko murjhaana thha
chaand kyun chamka agar chaand ko chhup jaana thha
chaand kyun chamka agar chaand ko chhup jaana thha
Kyun khila phool agar phool ko murjhaana thha

raat bhar jalti rahi
phir bhi na armaan nikle
ae ae ae
raat bhar jalti rahi
phir bhi na armaan nikle
ae
kyun jali shama agar shama ko bujh jaana thha
kyun jali shama agar shama ko bujh jaana thha
kyun khila phool agar phool ko murjhaana thha

is’se behtar to yahi thha
ke kazaa aa jaati
is’se behtar to yahi thha aa aa
ke kazaa aa aa aa jaati
tumko ae jaane jahaan
aa ke agar jaana thha
tumko ae jaane jahaan
aa ke agar jaana thha
Kyun khila phool agar phool ko murjhaana thha
Kyun khila phool agar phool ko murjhaana thha


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Blog Day : 3574 Post No. : 14319

“Ghaayal” (1951) was a Shri Navratna Pictures Production movie. It was directed by Ramchandra Thakur. The movie had Sheikh Mukhtaar, Ram Singh, Geeta Bali, Yashwant Dave, Pesi Patel,Jawahar Kaul, Sulochana Chatterji, Mirza Musharaf etc in it.

Four songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the fifth song from forgotten movie. This song is sung by Meena Kapoor. Saraswati Kumar Deepak is the lyricist. Music is composed by Gyan Dutt.

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


Song-Phool kisi ke haar kisi ka (Ghaayal)(1951) Singer-Meena Kapoor, Lyrics-Saraswati Kumar Deepak, MD-Gyan Dutt

Lyrics

phool kisi ke
haar kisi ka aa aa aa
nain uthha kar dekho baalam
naach raha hai pyaar kisi ka
naach raha hai pyaar

bandhi hui thhi jin aankhon se
in aankhon ki dor
aaj wahi aise badli hai
lagi huyi kis oar
idhar bhi dekho roothe sajan
toot gaya hai taar nadi ka
kisi ka toot gaya hai taar
idhar bhi dekho roothe saajan
toot gaya hai taar kisi ka
toot gaya hai taar
phool kisi ke
haar kisi ka aa aa
nain uthha kar dekho baalam
naach raha hai pyaar kisi ka
naach raha hai pyaar

chaahe ghir ghir aaye badariya
kabhi na chhodoon haath
chaahe badli rahe nazariya
kabhi na chhoote saath
ho bairi
ho bairi
o bairi kyun badal rahe ho
sapnon ka sansaar
kisi ka sapnon ka sansaar
o bairi kyun badal rahe ho sapnon ka sansaar
kisi ka sapnon ka sansaar
phool kisi ke
haar kisi ka aa aa aa
nain uthha kar dekho baalam
naach raha hai pyaar kisi ka
naach raha hai pyaar

khushi manaaoon naachoon gaaun
?? muskaaun
piya tumhaare charnon par main chaand sitaare laaun
piya main chaand sitaare laaun
o nirmohi
o nirmohi
o nirmohi kyun karte ho
jeena bhi bekaar kisi ka
jeena bhi bekaar
o nirmohi kyun karte ho
jeena bhi bekaar kisi ka
jeena bhi bekar
phool kisi ke
haar kisi ka aa aa
nain uthha kar dekho baalam
naach raha hai pyaar kisi ka
naach raha hai pyaar


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Blog Day : 3552 Post No. : 14254

“Baazigar”(1959) was produced by Ram Dayal and directed by Nanabhai Bhatt for Mukul Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Nirupa Roy, Jairaj, Tiwari, Romi, Nazi, Helen, Mridula, Rana, Samson, Rajan Kapoor, Jagdish Kamal, Poonam Kapoor, Bimla, Jeewankala, Rafiq, Hanuman, Balaram, Narayan, Shafi, Dhondhu, Bihari, Vitthal, Sundar, Shammi, Majnu, Tiger (the dog), Mushtaq (the horse) etc in it.

This movie had six songs in it.

Five songs from the movie has been discussed in the past. Here are the details of these five songs :-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Nazar ne aisa maara 11483 18-Oct-15
Kar le kar le pyaar vai vai yaar duniya dhokha 13164 17-Apr-17
Pyaar ka hai mausam ham hain akele 13610 25-Sep-17
Main to lut gayi duniyawaalon zara sa ghoonghat nikaal ke 14110 28-Feb-18
Do do hai deewaane mere parwaane 14247 8-Apr-18

Here is the eighth and final song from “Baazigar”(1959) to appear in the blog. HFGK mentions this song as sung by Geeta Dutt and chorus, but I detect at least one more female voice that sounds like Usha Mangeshkar to me. Nevertheless, I have gone by the HFGK entry of singer for this song.

Prem Dhawan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Chitragupta.

With this song, “Baazigar”(1959) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Laayi hoon raaja baaghon se chun ke rang saare(Baazigar)(1959) Singer-Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Prem Dhawan, MD-Chitragupta

Lyrics

laayi hoon raaja baaghon se chun ke rang saare
laayi hoon raaja baaghon se chun ke rang saare
le lo champa
le lo bela
le lo jispe aaye tumhaara dil pyaare
laayi hoon raaja baagon se chunke rang saare
le lo champa
le lo bela
le lo jispe aaye tumhaara dil pyaare

kahin honthon se naazuk gulaab hai
kahin chanda se gori chameli
kahin honthon se naazuk gulaab hai
kahin chanda se gori chameli
kahin karte hain joohi ishare
kahin genda kare athkheli
kahin sharma rahe
meri nargis ke naina matwaare
laayi hoon raaja baagon se chun ke rang saare
le lo champa
le lo bela
le lo jispe aaye tumhaara dil pyaare

mere phoolon mein dil ko saja ke
koi bheje kisi ko salaam re
mere phoolon mein dil ko saja ke
koi bheje kisi ko salaam re
patti patti mein maano na maano
likha hota hai aashiq ka naam re
le lo phoolon ka pyaar
kaahe baithe ho rasiya dil haare
laayi hoon raja baaghon se chun ke rang saare
le lo champa
le lo bela
le lo jispe aaye tumhaara dil pyaare
laayi hoon raaja baaghon se chun ke rang saare
le lo champa
le lo bela
le lo jispe aaye tumhaara dil pyaare


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Blog Day : 3533 Post No. : 14192

“Chaitaali”(1975) was directed by Hrishikesh Mukherji for Bimal Roy Productions, Bombay. This “social” movie had Saira Bano, Dharmendra, Bindu, Pradeep Kumar, Durga Khote, Asit Sen, Shyama, Abhi Bhattacharya, Ritu Kamal, Tarun Ghosh, Ranjan, S N Bannerji, Kavesh, Brahm Bhardwaj, Amal sen, Krishna Bose, Nandita Aras, Anwari Bai, Asrani etc in it, with guest appearances by Deena Pathak and Paintal.

This movie, despite being a movie of recent vintage by the standards of the blog has ended up as a very obscure movie. It was a “boring” movie as far as public was cncerned so the movie sank at the box office without a trace.

The movie had three songs in it. The songs were “boring” as well, so they too failed to get popular.

Two of these songs have been covered in the blog. Here are their details:-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Dharti ambar neend se jaage 11203 23-Jun-15
Mehbooba naam hai mera 14186 20-Mar-18

Here is the third and final song from “Chaitaali”(1975) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

The song is picturised on Saira Bano who sings this song on the farmaish of Dharmendra. In Hindi movies, whenever someone is asked to sing a song, one tends to sing a song expressing one’s inner feelings which the wise audience is able to understand whereas the person to whom it is intended over misses the message contained in the song, at least till the last reel. 🙂

I may have missed noting down a few words correctly. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable.

With this song, “Chaitaali”(1975) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Sargam ke phoolon se geeton ka haar banaaun (Chaitaali)(1975) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

sa ni dha
???
ni re
ma ga sa
ga re ni re sa

sargam ke phoolon se ae
sargam ke phoolon se
geeton ka haar banaaun
sargam ke phoolon se
geeton ka haar banaaun
tum jaise
tum jaisa
tumhen koi geet sunaaun
sargam ke phoolon se
geeton ka haar banaaun
sargam ke phoolon se

kayi kaliyaan khilin
kayi kaliyaan khilin
kayi kaliyaan khilin
kayi khilne se pahle murjhaane lagi
kayi baaten zubaan par aayin
kayi dil mein hi rah jaane lagin
kayi baaten zubaan par aayin
kayi dil mein hi rah jaane lagin
phir kaise ab aake
tumhen man ki baat bataaun
sargam ke phoolon se
geeton ka har banaaun
sargam ke phoolon se

aa aa aa
aa aa
koyi nadiya mili koyi nadiya mili
koyi nadiya mili saagar se
koyi raste mein chhoot gayi
koyi dor patang ke sang udi
koyi beech gagan mein toot gayi
koyi dor patang ke sang udi
koyi beech gagan mein toot gayi
anjaane jeevan ka
kab tak main saath nibhaaun
sargam ke phoolon se geeton ka haar banaaun
sargam ke phoolon se geeton ka haar banaaun
tum jaise
tum jaisa
tumhe koyi geet sunaaun
sargam ke phoolon se
geeton ka haar banaaun
sargam ke phoolon se ae


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Blog Day : 3515 Post No. : 14117

“Daulat Ke Liye”(1947) was directed by A Rashid for Aalam Art Productions, Bombay. This stunt movie had Dilaawar, Mumtaz, Sayani, Feroza, Sheikh, Aalam, Maqbool, Premnath etc in it.

According to HFGK, the movie had at least seven songs, may be more. HFGK provides details (singers name) of seven songs.

Here is the first song from “Daulat Ke Liye”(1947) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Leela Warsi. A K Prem is the music director. Lyricist is not known.

Only the audio of this rare 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, “Daulat Ke Liye”(1947) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Tod liya ek phool chameli (Daulat Ke Liye)(1947) Singer-Leela Warsi, MD-A K Prem

Lyrics

Tod liya
Tod liya ek phool chameli
kaali koyal bolat hai ae
kaali koyal bolat hai ae
Tod liya
Tod liya ek phool chameli
kaali koyal bolat hai ae
kaali koyal bolat hai ae

hans rahi hai aashaaon ki kaliyaan
hans rahi hai aashaaon ki kaliyaan
rut suhaani aayi hai ae
rut suhaani aayi hai ae
hil mil sakhiyaan jhoola jhoolen
hil mil sakhiyaan jhoola jhoolen
man mein masti chhaayi hai ae
man mein masti chhaayi hai ae
Tod liya
Tod liya ek phool chameli
kaali koyal bolat hai ae
kaali koyal bolat hai ae

man ki umangon mein aag lagaane
man ki umangon mein aag lagaane
kaari badariya aayi hai
kaari badariya aayi hai
bulbul chahke daali daali
bulbul chahke daali daali
har su jawaani chhaayi hai ae
har su jawaani chhaayi hai ae
Tod liya
Tod liya ek phool chameli
kaali koyal bolat hai ae
kaali koyal bolat hai ae
tod liya


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“Manzoor”(1949) was directed by Subodh Mitra for New Theatres, Bombay. The movie had Asit Baran, Bharati, Chhabi Biswas, Chandrawati, Bhupendra Kapoor, Latika, Aditya Ghosh, Asita Bose, Tulsi Chakravarty, Manorama, Jharna, Master Khurshid, Ram Pyari, RP Kapoor, Prem Kumari, Shaukat Shah etc in it.

The movie had si songs in it. Two of them have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Manzoor”(1949) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asit Baran. Pt Bhushan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Pankaj Mullick.

Only the audio of this song is available. It is clear that the song was picturised on Asit Baran himself who was a superb singer-actor of that era.

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


Song-Hirday mein phool rahe hain phool (Manzoor)(1949) Singer-Asit Baran, Lyrics-Pt Bhushan, MD-Pankaj Mullick

Lyrics

hirday mein aen aen phool rahe hain phool
man aangan mein aen phool rahe hain phool
wo khele jab aankh micholi ee
bhar jaaye is dil ki jholi
wo khele jab aankh micholi ee
bhar jaaye is dil ki jholi
prem ke josh mein hosh ude
aur sudh budh jaaye bhool
hirday mein aen aen phool rahe hain phool
aa ha ha ha aa aa

wo jab aankh se aankh milaaye ae ae ae ae ae
wo jab aankh se aankh milaaye ae ae ae
dil ki naav jhakoley khaaye
chhode ye
chhode ye majhdhar mein laakar
daale aankh mein dhool
hirday mein aen aen phool rahe hain phool
aa ha ha ha aa aa

uski paayal ki jhankaaren
uski jhaanjhar ki jhankaaren
jhankaaren
payal ki jhankaaren
dil mein sau sau baar pukaaren aen
uski paayal ki jhankaaren
nazar na aaye ae ae
nazar na aaye
dil khincha jaaye
prem nadi ke kool
hirday mein aen aen phool rahe hain phool
man aangan mein phool rahe hain phool


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