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This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

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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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5293 Post No. : 17332

#the Decade of Sixties – 1961 – 1970 #
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(Remembrance Day – Chitragupt – A tribute)

Today 14th January’2023 is the 32nd ‘Remembrance Anniversary’ of music director Chitragupt. He was born on 16.11.1917 and he passed away on 14.01.1991.

On this occasion as a tribute to him I am presenting a song from a ‘1965’ Bhojpuri movie ‘Bhouji’ / ‘Bhauji’.

‘Bhouji-1965’ was directed by Kundan Kumar for ‘Kundan Films’. It had Kumkum, Sujit Kumar, Tiwari, Mukri, Helen, Gopal, Savita Chatterjee, Leela Mishra, Hari Shukla, Bhagwan Sinha, Tun Tun, Master Anil, Keshav Rana, Daya Devi, Amul Sen, T.N. Sinha, Gharib Das, Leela, Bihari, Sandow, Rama Shankar, Rajinder Azimabadi, Balwant Sharma, Bela Bose and others.

This movie has six songs – all written by Majrooh Sultanpuri. Music for this movie was composed by Chitragupt.

Following is the list of songs in this movie:-

SNo. Song Title Singer/s
01 Phoolban mein phool ha gulaab Lata Mangeshkar, Talat Mahmood
02 Angoothiyaa nisaani le ja more raaja Lata Mangeshkar
03 Ae chanda maama aa re aawa Lata Mangeshkar
04 Duniya mein ek se badhhkar hazaar Asha Bhonsle
05 Ham ghariban se bhayil pyaar Mohd Rafi
06 Naa kehu jaane naa kehu samjhe Manna Dey

One song from this movie sung by Lata Mangeshkar viz ‘ae chanda maama aare aawa paare aawa’ has been posted on the blog earlier on 04.11.2016. This song was presented with a detailed post about Bhojpuri movies by our Respected Sadanand ji.

Today we are going to listen to a song from the movie which is sung by Manna Dey. Lyrics for this song are by Majrooh Sultanpuri.

This song is about a mother’s sentiments for his child who has been separated from her… Only the audio of this song is available. I think video of this movie or its songs is not available.

Music is composed by Chitragupt.

Let us pay our tributes to Chitragupt on his ‘remembrance day’ today and listen to this composition by him.


Song-Na kehu jaane na kehu samjhe (Bhauji)(Bhojpuri)(1965) Singer-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Chitragupta

Lyrics

naa kehu jaane ae ae ae
naa kehu samjhe ae ae
maiyya ka manwaa ke
peer ho o o o o
naa kehu jaane raamaa
naa kehu samjhe re ae
maiyya ka manwaa ke
peer ho
aisan alag bhayil
tukda karejwa ke
kat gayil jaise
sareer ho o
naa kehu jaane raamaa
naa kehu samjhe re ae
maiyya ka manwaa ke
peer ho

mati kah bichhudal
maai ke dularwa
gaiyya se bichhud gayil
gaiyya ke bachharwaa aa
mati kah bichhudal
maai ke dularwa
gaiyya se bichhud gayil
gaiyya ke bachharwaa
bahelaa jhar jhar
chhatiya ke dudhwaa re
aankhi se bani bani neer ho o
naa kehu jaane raamaa
naa kehu samjhe re ae
maiyya ka manwaa ke
peer ho o

bujhe naa darad kehu
baah re jamanwaa
godiya se chheen lehlat godiya ke
chanwa
bujhe naa darad kehu
baah re jamanwaa
godiya se chheen lehlat godiya ke
chanwa
dekhe na de re kehu
chhuhvun na de re ae
maiyya dhare kaise dheer ho o
naa kehu jaane raamaa
naa kehu samjhe re ae
maiyya ka manwaa ke
peer ho o


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.

Blog Day :

5272 Post No. : 17283

Hullo Atuldom

“Saaheb” (1985) was a movie produced by Rupa K. Gandhi, Rajni A. Ganguly & R.M.Valia. It was directed by Anil Ganguly who had directed ‘Tapasya’, ‘Kora Kaagaz’, ‘Humkadam’ etc before “Saaheb”.

Readers may remember that all the movies that I have mentioned were family dramas with good music. Barring ‘Kora Kaagaz’ the other two had Rakhee as the central character who has to support her family. “Saaheb” also had Rakhee as a supportive bhabhi for Sunil Sharma whose nickname in the movie was Saaheb and that character was played by Anil Kapoor. Utpal Dutt played the patriarch of the Sharma family which consists of four sons- three of who are married, and two daughters- the youngest yet to be married. Saaheb addresses his father as “Royal Bengal Tiger”.

Saaheb, a football- goalkeeper, is always demotivated by his older brothers and bhabhis. They keep telling that when the whole team is running behind the ball, the goal keeper is cooling his heels at the goalpost. The oldest bhabhi (Rakhee) is the only one who understands him. When the father finds himself short of resources, at the time of his daughters’ wedding, Saaheb bails the family out specially when the older brothers try to bend the situation to their benefit. The family later comes to know that how Saaheb has managed to find the money and at what cost. The father also acknowledges that Saaheb is the real goalkeeper of the family.

Today is the 66th birthday of Anil Kapoor. He is touted as looking young and fit forever. He is a proud father of Sonam Kapoor, Rhea Kapoor and Harshvardhan Kapoor and also a grandfather too.

We are revisiting Saaheb to wish Anil Kapoor on his birthday. The song is sung by Kishore Kumar, written by Anjaan and composed by Bappi Lahiri. It shows Anil Kapoor walking along a ground where young boys are practising football. He doesn’t show any sadness on his countenance about never being able to play the game again. He was too good in the movie which was critically acclaimed. The movie was one of the first to show what organ donation was all about and the paperwork and medical angles associated with it.


Song-Kya khabar kya pata (Saaheb)(1985) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Bappi Lahiri

Lyrics

kya khabar kya pata
kya khushi hai
gham hai kya
kya khabar kya pata
kya khushi hai
gham hai kya
leke aansoo jo hansi de
gham ke badle jo khushi de
raaz yeh jaana usi ne
zindagi kya hai zindagi
kya khabar kya pata
kya khushi hai gham hai kya

kal ki baaten bhool jaa
guzri raaten bhool ja
khwaab jo sach ho sake na
uski yaaden bhool ja aa
kal ki baaten bhool ja
guzri raaten bhool ja
khwaab jo sach ho sake na
uski yaaden bhool ja aa
jo na haare bebasi se
na kare shiqwa kisi se
raaz yeh jaana usi ne
zindagi kya hai zindagi
kya khabar kya pata
kya khushi hai
gham hai kya
leke aansoo jo hansi de
gham ke badle jo khushi de
raaz yeh jaana usi ne
zindagi kya hai zindagi ee
kya khabar kya pata
kya khushi hai gham hai kya


This article is written by Avinash Srapwala, 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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5259 Post No. : 17265 Movie Count :

4648

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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#Bhoole-Bisre Geet # (Remembrance Day-Kavi Pradeep 11th December’2022)
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Today 11th December’2022 is the 24th ‘Remembrance Anniversary’ of Ramchandra Narayanji Dwivedi whom we know by his pen-name Kavi Pradeep. He was born on 6th February 1915 and passed away on 11th December’1998.

I have written on Kavi Pradeep earlier on this blog and also mentioned how his songs-those sung by him especially- have an everlasting impression on me since my childhood. Later on as I grow and started my music collection I had bought the audio cassettes of his songs. These consist of both, cassettes of songs sung by Kavi Pradeep and also songs penned by him. After coming into the contact with this blog I have been increasing my knowledge about him, his biographical information and his filmography as a ‘Lyricist’ and as a ‘Singer’. I hope to present his full filmography on the blog sometime in the future.

Today on the occasion of Kavi Pradeep’s ‘remembrance day’ as a tribute to him I am presenting a song from the ‘1977’ movie ‘Aaankh Ka Taaraa’. This movie is going to make its debut on the blog today.

“Aankh Ka Taaraa-1977” was directed by Shantilal Soni for ‘Naag Devta Films, Bombay’.

Shantilal Soni was also the producer of this movie.

It had Sachin, Bindiya, Om Shivpuri, Bindu, Ajit, Baby Pallavi, Dulari, Manisha, Nirupa Roy, Bharat Bhushan, Gajanan Jagirdar, Gufi, Mukri, Abhi Bhattacharya, Manhar Desai, Tun Tun, Preeti Ganguly, C.S. Dubey, Paintal, Baby Dimple Saigal and others.

Story of this movie was written by Shantilal Soni who was also the producer and director of this movie.
Screenplay and dialogues of this movie were written by Pandit Mukhram Sharma. Editing of this film was done by S.T. Koorani.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 01.09.1977.

This movie had seven songs written by Kavi Pradeep and music was composed by C. Arjun.

Usha Mangeshkar, Mohd Rafi, and Kavi Pradeep had given their voices to the songs in this movie.

Today’s song is sung by Kavi Pradeep himself.

I thought that we have run of the songs sung by Kavi Pradeep but still there are couple of songs other than the today’s song, sung by him and to be presented on the blog.

During preparation for this post I came across a song sung by him from the sixties too. But, for this post I want to stick to the seventies.

Following is the details of movies of 1971-1980 where Kavi Pradeep wrote the lyrics for movies and appeared as a Singer.

Sr.No. Name of the Film Year Music Director Other lyricist for this movie Kavi Pradeep Songs as Lyricist Kavi Pradeep Songs as Singer
1 Kabhi Dhoop Kabhi Chhaaon 1971 Chitragupt Prem Dhawan 3 3
2 Tulasi Vivaah 1971 C. Ramchandra 14
3 Hari Darshan 1972 Kalyanji-Anandji 10
4 Agni Rekha 1973 Kalyanji-Anandji 5
5 Baal Mahaabhaarat 1973 S.N. Tripathi 1
6 Mahaasati Saavitri 1973 Avinash Vyas 8
7 Kisaan Aur Bhagwaan 1974 Prem Dhawan 7
8 Har Har Mahadev 1974 Kalyanji-Anandji 7
9 Jai Santoshi Maa 1975 C. Arjun 6 1
10 Rakshaa Bandhan 1976 C. Arjun 9
11 Bajrangbali 1976 Kalyanji-Anandji 8
12 Bolo He Chakradhaari 1977 Ravindra Jain 6
13 Aaankh Ka Taaraa 1977 C. Arjun 7 1
14 Naagin Aur Suhaagan 1979 Usha Khanna 6
15 Chhathh Maiyyaa Ki Mahimaa 1979 Bhupen Hazarika Vindhyavasini Devi 6
16 Krishna Sudaama (07.08.1979)* 1979 Neeta Sen 8
17 Krishan Bhakt Sudaama (26.11.1980)* 1980 Neeta Sen 11
18 Karvaa Chauth 1980 C. Arjun 7
19 Baba Taaraknaath 1980 Neeta Sen 8

(The above list of movies is as mentioned in the book ‘Kavi Pradeep Ka Hindi Sahitya mein Avdaan’ by Dr. Dinesh Chandra Awasthi. It appears in alphabetical order of ‘Devnagari Script’. Also additional information is taken from ‘HFGK-Vol-V-1971-1980.).

(Note: -‘Krishna Sudaama-1979’ which had eight songs was re-certified in 1980 as ‘Krishan Bhakt Sudaama-1980’ with eleven songs. (Three additional songs were added to the eights songs of ‘Krishna Sudaama-1979’.).

Let us now listen to today’s song sung by Kavi Pradeep and lip-synced by Bharat Bhushan in the movie. He is seen with children who seem to be orphan and blind in the picturisation of this song.

Also seen in the picturisation of the song is baby Pallavi (Pallavi Joshi) who seem to be playing the childhood role of actor Sachin in this movie (my guess).

Video

Audio

Song-Yateem hain ye anaath baalak (Aankh Ka Taara)(1977) Singer-Kavi Pradeep, Lyris-Kavi Pradeep, MD-C Arjun
Chorus

Lyrics(Based on audio version)

yateem hain ye anaath baalak
o jagwaalon dayaa karo o
dayaa karo
dayaa karo
dayaa karo
dayaa karo
dayaa karo

tumhi ho maa aur baap inke
o dilwaalon
dayaa karo
dayaa karo
dayaa karo
dayaa karo
dayaa karo
dayaa karo

ghareeb hain badnasseb hain ye
ae ae ae
ghareeb hain badnasseb hain ye
aulaad waalon
dayaa karo
dayaa karo
dayaa karo
dayaa karo o
dayaa karo o
dayaa karo

yateem hain ye anaath baalak
o jagwaalon dayaa karo o
dayaa karo o
dayaa karo
dayaa karo
dayaa karo
dayaa karo
dayaa karo
daya karo
dayaa karo
daya karo


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 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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5247 Post No. : 17248

He was only 48 years old when he passed away in 1951. One of the pioneering luminaries of cinema in Bengal, as it was emerging in the 1920s and 30s, he was a multi skilled cinema person who was an actor, a producer, director, script writer, cinematographer, film editor, make-up specialist, lighting specialist – yes, quite a portfolio of skills.

Remembering Pramthesh Chandra Barua, on his remembrance day today. He passed away this day, in 1951.

Born on 24th October, 1903, he was the son of the royal family of Gauripur (in Assam). His school and college education happened in Calcutta. He got married at the age of 18, while still at college. Later in life, he would be married again twice. His third wife was actress Jamuna, who appeared opposite him in the Bengali version of ‘Devdas’ (1935) produced at New Theatres.

His introduction to the world of cinema was quite accidental. While at Shantiniketan, he got introduced to Dhirendranath Ganguly, who then introduced him to the fledgling films industry in Bengal. In 1926, he joined the film company British Dominion Films. His screen appearances start from 1929, as he appeared in ‘Panchashar’ (debut film) directed by Debaki Bose, and ‘Takay Ki Na Hay’ directed by Dhirendranath Ganguly.

His urge was to have his own studio and produce his own films. The opportunity came in 1930, when he had to travel to England for medical treatment. He obtained a letter of introduction from Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore for French film maker M Rogers. After his treatment in London, he met M Rogers in Paris, and learnt the skills of cinematography from him.  He also visited the Fox Studio and Elstree Studios in London and learned the techniques of lighting and scenario composition.

He returned to Calcutta (now Kolkata) with a load of camera and lighting equipment and set up the Barua Studio and Barua Film Unit. In 1931 he produced his first film ‘Apradhi’ which was directed by Debaki Bose. He played the lead role in this film. The film ‘Apradhi’ is a path breaking film for Indian cinema, from a technology perspective. This is the first film that was shot under artificial lighting. Prior to this experiment, the films were always shot using natural lighting. The use of artificial lighting also brought in the need to change the method of make-up of actors. It is notable that in the experimentation on lighting and make-up techniques, Barua wasted almost 50,000 feet of stock footage, and that in an era when raw stock was difficult to obtain, and was costly. But the film production brought in significant changes to the film making techniques and the technical know-how for film directors and cinematographers.

In 1932, he produced ‘Nisher Dak’ and ‘Ekada’. The latter was directed by Sushit Mazumdar, with story by Barua himself. He also appeared in the role of a villain in the film ‘Bhagyalaxmi’ produced by Indian Cinema Arts and directed by Kali Prasad Ghosh.

In 1932, he produced his first talkie film – ‘Bengal-1983’. It was a brave attempt by the young film maker to tackle a futuristic subject. The film was inaugurated by Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore. But the film turned out to be a commercial disaster, and Barua was forced to close down his studio due to financial difficulties.

In 1933, BN Sircar invited Barua to join New Theaters. With the skills at hand, and the encouraging environment at New Theatres, Barua excelled in his film making. New Theaters brought him to the zenith in his career as a film maker. His first directorial venture was ‘Rooplekha’ released in 1934. He played the lead role opposite to Uma Shashi. With this film, Barua introduced another new technique for the first time in Indian cinema – use of flashback for storytelling.

Then in 1935 came ‘Devdas’. Barua directed all the versions – the Hindi, Bangla and Assamese, and played the lead role in the Bangla version. Critically acclaimed, Barua’s portrayal of the tragic hero was so lively that it made him a legend. He was all but 32 years old at that juncture.

‘Devdas’ was an instant commercial success. It is hailed as the first social film to enjoy success and popularity as never before. From a technical perspective also, the film is rated very high – for the use of multiple techniques – close up, montage, wipe, dissolve, fade-in fad-out etc. The film also uses flashback and introduced a new technique – ‘intercut telepathy shot’.

In 1936 he directed ‘Manzil’ and in 1937 came ‘Mukti’. Both films were bold and much ahead of their times in terms of the subject matter. Taking off from ‘Devdas’, Barua explores the human relations and love triangles which are extremely poignant and thought provoking. The film ‘Mukti’ is notable in that it is a pioneering effort of outdoor shooting. A major part of the film is shot in the scenic outdoors of Assam. It took almost two decades for the rest of industry to become seriously interested in using outdoor shooting for storytelling.

In 1937, he directed ‘Rajat Jayanti’ which turned out to be a roaring riot of laughter. Considered as the first serious attempt at a full length comedy feature, this film was commercially and critically a success. In the same year, he also directed ‘Adhikar’, which is another path breaking film in that questioned the divisions in society and overtly advocated class struggle.

Bimal Roy and Phani Majumdar started their film careers working under Barua at New Theaters.

In 1940, after directing ‘Zindagi’ starring KL Saigal (coming together once again after ‘Devdas’ of 1935), Barua moved from New Theaters and started work once again as an independent and freelancer. Except for one or two, there are no notable films that came from his work in this period post New Theaters. One needs to mention ‘Shap Mukti’ (1940), which he directed for Krishna Movietone, ‘Jawaab’ (1942) which he directed for MP Productions, and ‘Shesh Uttar’ (1942) produced and directed by himself. It appears that Barua and New Theaters was the magic mix, which faded away when he moved out of New Theaters.

In this phase, he took to drinking heavily, and his health began to deteriorate. He passed away in 1951, on this date.

The song I present today is presumably not released on 78 rpm records. I present an edited clip extracted from the video of the film. Unfortunately, the first line of this rendition is not available in the original film clip that I have. On screen, this is actually a two part song that is listed as separate songs in the Geet Kosh. This song itself is a very thoughtful construction. The hero (Prashant, role played by Barua) is in a phase of depression. His earlier marriage with Chitra (role played by Kanan Devi) is a failed venture and post divorce he moves to rural Assam, where he stays in a local inn managed by Pahari (role played by Nawab), and his wife Jharna (role played by Menaka Devi). The couple takes to this depressed young man very kindly. Pahari and Prashant become very good friends.

A passage is shown where Prashant is off in the woods, and in his melancholic despair is singing two couplets from the original ghazal by Mirza Ghalib – ‘Koi Ummeed Bar Nahin Aati’. Incidentally Jharna is also close by, having come to fetch water from the river. She hears him sing these depressing lines, and then she responds with the second part of this song which is an effort to inspire and encourage the young man.

The notable thing is how the director has constructed this scenario. He takes two couplets from a famous ghazal of a legendary poet, and then attempts to juxtapose that against a positive and encouraging thought that answers to the points of despair raised in the original lines. The response is written by Aarzoo Lakhnavi, and is indeed a masterpiece in itself, as it tries to confront Mirza Ghalib, by showing the other side of the picture.

The music is composed by Pankaj Mullick. There is no mention about the identity of the singing voices. And I have indicated that as such below. Are these the voices of the on screen actors themselves? I do not know, and do not want to make an uninformed guess. I request our more knowledgeable readers to please help to identify and confirm the singing voices in this song.

Remembering PC Barua. An attempt to keep alive the memories of this multi skilled pioneer film maker, whose many path breaking contributions have enriched the film making technology and techniques. May these memories be sustained for the future generations.

Song – Koi Ummeed Bar Nahin Aati (Mukti) (1937) Singer – Unidentified Male Voice, Unidentified Female Voice, Lyrics – Ghalib, Aarzoo Lakhnavi, MD – Pankaj Mullick

Lyrics

[koi ummeed bar nahin aati]
koi surat nazar nahin aati
nahi aati

hum wahaan hain
jahaan se hum ko bhi
kuchh hamaari khabar nahin aati
marte hain aarzoo mein marne ki
maut aati hai
par nahin aati
nahin.. aati

hai gila kis ka
koi ummeed bar aa jaayegi
parde aankhon se utha
surat nazar aa jaayegi
parde aankhon se utha
surat nazar aa jaayegi

rakh tu be-aasi pe baaki
aas ka bhi silsila
tu kisi aalam mein bhi hoga
khabar aa jaayegi
tu kisi aalam mein bhi hoga
khabar aa jaayegi

hai museebat ki bhi ek hadd
is se ghabraana hi kya
ghabraana hi kya
maut ki to kya khabar
raahat magar aa jayegi
maut ki to kya khabar
raahat magar aa jayegi

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir Kapur)
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[कोई उम्मीद बर नहीं आती]
कोई सूरत नज़र नहीं आती
नहीं आती

हम वहाँ हैं
जहां से हम को भी
कुछ हमारी खबर नहीं आती
मरते हैं आरज़ू में मरने की
मौत आती है
पर नहीं आती
नहीं॰॰ आती

है गिला किसका
कोई उम्मीद बर आ जाएगी
पर्दे आँखों से उठा
सूरत नज़र आ जाएगी
पर्दे आँखों से उठा
सूरत नज़र आ जाएगी

रख तू बे-आसी पे बाकी
आस का भी सिलसिला
तू किसी आलम में भी होगा
खबर आ जाएगी
तू किसी आलम में भी होगा
खबर आ जाएगी

है मुसीबत की भी इक हद
इस से घबराना ही क्या
घबराना ही क्या
मौत की तो क्या खबर
राहत मगर आ जाएगी
मौत की तो क्या खबर
राहत मगर आ जाएगी


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 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 :

5243 Post No. : 17242

The Nightingale of Punjab – the sobriquet given to her by the film industry and the media. Today, she would have completed 93 years.

Remembering the zestful singer Surinder Kaur on her birth anniversary today.

Born in Lahore in 1929, her family moved to Ghaziabad near Delhi when the Partition happened. It was the same year that she also got married. She was already a singing star in undivided Punjab, and had made her debut as  singer on the Lahore radion station in 1943. Between 1943 and 1947, she and her elder sister Prakash Kaur recorded a number of Punjabi folk song with HMV. These songs have created a genre of their own, and continue to be the gold standard in Punjabi folk music even today, more than seventy five years after being originally recorded.

Her husband, Prakash Singh Sodhi, a professor of Punjabi Literature at Delhi University was very supportive of her career as a singer, and encouraged her to go to Bombay (now Mumbai) and make a mark for herself in the Hindi film industry. She came to Bombay in 1948, and immediately got a break, with music director Ghulam Haider giving her a chance to sing three songs in the film ‘Shaheed’. During the next four years, till 1952, she recorded more than fifty four songs in Hindi films. And then took a decision to return to Delhi. The reason that was cited was a disagreement with the climate of Bombay.

She was conferred the Sangeet Natak Akademi Award for Punjabi Folk Music in 1984, by the Sangeet Natak Academi, the Millennium Punjabi Singer award, and Padma Shri award in January 2006 for her contribution in Arts. The Guru Nanak Dev University conferred on her a doctorate degree in the year 2002.

Later in the year 2006, her health took a turn for the worse, and she went to United States for treatment, and to be with her daughters who are settled there. Her condition worsened and she passed away in a New Jersey hospital on 14th June, 2006. She was 77 years old.

Each of the songs that she has sung in Hindi films is a gem. The tone and character of her voice is so distinct, and her diction carries a touch of north India, and Punjab in particular. I present today this wonderful song from the 1948 film ‘Naao’. The lyrics are from the pen of DN Madhok and the music is from the mind of Gyan Dutt.

A song that tells of the state of the heart of the lady, whose beau is leaving for distant lands. The words and their rendition is simply too good –

तुम तो चले हो लगी तोड़ के
हम कित जाएँ

you are departing, breaking this alliance of hearts
alas, where can I go

 

Listen to this lovely melody, and the wonderful rendition – the voice of Surinder Kaur.

[Note: The lyrics of this song have been sent by dear Prakashchandra ji.]

Song – Tum Ho Na Ho Hamaare, Hum Ho Gaye Tumhaare (Naao) (1948) Singer – Surinder Kaur, Lyrics – DN Madhok, MD – Gyan Dutt

Lyrics (provided by Prakashchandra)

tum ho na ho hamaare
o lo ji hum ho gaye tumhaare
tum ho na ho hamaare
o lo ji hum ho gaye tumhaare
ab ho o o oo dil na dukhaana
ab ho o o oo dil na dukhaana
jaane waale pardesiya
mohe bhool na jaana
jaane waale pardesiya
mohe bhool na jaana
tum jeete hum haare
o lo ji hum ho gaye tumhaare
tum jeete hum haare
o lo ji hum ho gaye tumhaare
tum ho na ho hamaare
o lo ji hum ho gaye tumhaare

ae ji o ji ye adaayen na bhaayen
ae ji o ji ye adaayen na bhaayen
tum to chale ho lagi tod ke
hum kit jaayen
tum to chale ho lagi tod ke
hum kit jaayen
do nainon ke maare
o lo ji hum ho gaye tumhaare
do nainon ke maare
o lo ji hum ho gaye tumhaare
ab ho o o oo dil na dukhaana
jaane waale pardesiya
mohe bhool na jaana
tum jeete hum haare
o lo ji hum ho gaye tumhaare
tum ho na ho hamaare
o lo ji hum ho gaye tumhaare

o ji o ji dil sataaye hum ko
o ji o ji dil sataaye hum ko
din na kisi se katey
raat ki dil se pooch lo
din na kisi se katey
raat ki dil se pooch lo
kya jaadu kar daale
o lo ji hum ho gaye tumhaare
kya jaadu kar daare
o lo ji hum ho gaye tumhaare
ab ho o o oo dil na dukhaana
jaane waale pardesiya
mohe bhool na jaana
tum jeete hum haare
o lo ji hum ho gaye tumhaare
tum ho na ho hamaare
o lo ji hum ho gaye tumhaare

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir Kapur)
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तुम हो ना हो हमारे
ओ लो जी हम हो गए तुम्हारे
तुम हो ना हो हमारे
ओ लो जी हम हो गए तुम्हारे
अब हो ओ ओ॰॰ दिल ना दुखाना
अब हो ओ ओ॰॰ दिल ना दुखाना
जाने वाले परदेसिया
मोहे भूल ना जाना
जाने वाले परदेसिया
मोहे भूल ना जाना
तुम जीते हम हारे
ओ लो जी हम हो गए तुम्हारे
तुम जीते हम हारे
ओ लो जी हम हो गए तुम्हारे
तुम हो ना हो हमारे
ओ लो जी हम हो गए तुम्हारे

ए जी ओ जी ये अदाएं ना भाएँ
ए जी ओ जी ये अदाएं ना भाएँ
तुम तो चले हो लगी तोड़ के
हम कित जाएँ
तुम तो चले हो लगी तोड़ के
हम कित जाएँ
दो नैनों के मारे
ओ लो जी हम हो गए तुम्हारे
दो नैनों के मारे
ओ लो जी हम हो गए तुम्हारे
अब हो ओ ओ॰॰ दिल ना दुखाना
जाने वाले परदेसिया
मोहे भूल ना जाना
तुम जीते हम हारे
ओ लो जी हम हो गए तुम्हारे
तुम हो ना हो हमारे
ओ लो जी हम हो गए तुम्हारे

ओ जी ओ जी दिल सताये हमको
ओ जी ओ जी दिल सताये हमको
दिन ना किसी से कटे
रात की दिल से पूछ लो
दिन ना किसी से कटे
रात की दिल से पूछ लो
क्या जादू कर डाले
ओ लो जी हम हो गए तुम्हारे
क्या जादू कर डारे
ओ लो जी हम हो गए तुम्हारे
अब हो ओ ओ॰॰ दिल ना दुखाना
जाने वाले परदेसिया
मोहे भूल ना जाना
तुम जीते हम हारे
ओ लो जी हम हो गए तुम्हारे
तुम हो ना हो हमारे
ओ लो जी हम हो गए तुम्हारे


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Blog Day :

5212 Post No. : 17199

Today (25 october 202) is the 42nd remembrance day of Sahir Ludhianvi (8 March 1921 – 25 October 1980).

We can see that 1980 saw the demise of Rafi as well as Sahir Ludhianvi. so in a way, one can say that golden era singing as well as lyrics writing suffered major blows in 1980 and that hastened the end of the Golden era of HFM. Of course, many other stalwarts of the golden era of HFM were also getting eclipsed/ sidelined/ marginalised from the scene for one reason or the other during those days.

Sahir Ludhianvi was born on a date which is now a days celebrated as Women’s day. He died on a day which is celbrated as International Artists’s day. This date is called so in honour of famous artist Pablo Picasso (25 october 1881- 4 april 1973).

As a tribute to Sahir Ludhainvi, here is a song from “Jaagriti”(1977). This movie was was produced by Vimal Bhatia and Naresh Malhotra and directed by Rajendra Bhatia for ‘Jai Films, Bombay’. It had Nutan, Vinod Mehra, Reena Roy, Master Satyajeet, Prem Chopra, I.S. Johar, Paintal and Asrani, with Krishnakant, Lily Chakravarty, Padma Chawhan, Ashoo and Junior Mehmood. They were supported by Ram Mohan, Karan Dewan, Sushil Bhatnagar, Birbal, Mounto, Keshav Rana, Madhu Apte, Brook Bond, Jugnu, Aditya Sharma, Manjeet, Salim, Rajesh, Raj Bachhan, Master Ripple, Master Ravi, Manmohan, Aarti, Ram Avtar, Narbada Shankar and Raaj Kishore. Jayshree T and Helen made special appearance in this movie.

“Jaagriti”(1977) had four songs in it. Two songs have been covered so far.

This third song from “Jaagriti”(1977) is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Sahir Ludhianvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

Only audio of the song seems to be available as of now. Avinash Scrapwala, who sent the lyrics of the song, informs that the song is picturised on Reena Roy. Master Satyajeet can also be seen in the picturisation.

As of now, only audio is available. One stanza available in video, is unavailable in the audio version.


Song-Ae mere nanhe gulfaam (Jaagriti)(1977) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Sahir Ludhianvi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

Ae mere nanhe gulfaam
Meri neendein tere naam
Ae mere nanhe gulfaam
Meri neendein tere naam
Teraa bachpan paak rahe ae
Mujh par to hain sau ilzaam
Ae mere nanhe gulfaam
Meri neendein tere naam
Teraa bachpan paak rahe
Mujh par to hain sau ilzaam

Kis kaa padaa tujh par saayaa
Kis kaa padaa tujh par saayaa
Kis ne ye rastaa dikhlaayaa
Kaun tujhe is ghar laayaa
Ye ghar hai rusvaa badnaam
In galiyon ki kismat hai ae
In galiyon ki kismat hai ae
Tute gajre jhoothe jaam
Ae mere nanhe gulfaam
Meri neendein tere naam

Zakhmi saazon ki jhankaar
Zakhmi saazon ki jhankaar
Ghaayal geeton ki gulzaar
Dukhte tan ki cheekh pukaar
Aiyaashon ke khel kaa naam
In kuchon mein hotaa hai
In kuchon mein hotaa hai
Armaanon ka qatl-e-aam
Aye mere nanhe gulfaam
Meri neendein tere naam

Is basti mein zehar ghule
Is basti mein zehar ghule
Har boti roti mein tule
In galiyon ki aankh khule
Jab dharti par chhaaye shaam
So na gayaa to dekhega
So na gayaa to dekhega
Maa behnon ke lagte daam
Ae mere nanhe gulfaam
Meri neendein tere naam
Teraa bachpan paak rahe
Mujh par to hai sau ilzaam
Ae mere nanhe gulfaam


This article is written by Mahesh Mamadapur, 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 :

5185 Post No. : 17164

28th Sept 2022 marks the first birthday of Lata Mangeshkar without her physical presence in this world. Due to old age and couple of hospitalizations at the fag end of her life, her passing away on that fateful day of 06th Feb 2022 was not really shocking so to say.

But then, an emptiness befell upon music lovers all over the world. It was as if a part of our lives was lost forever. It was a different kind of mourning; one of helplessness and the bare truth that such a soul would never be born again. And such is a gargantuan legacy of work left behind that one can only sit back and wonder how an individual could achieve so much in a single life. It is not about the span-life of her singing or the number of songs that she has sung, but of the utmost dedication, sincerity to her career and the love of the masses that she received.

Calling her the greatest singer ever would arguably be an understatement. Love for her voice knows no religion, caste, creed or man made international boundaries. For her voice touched the innermost recesses of human souls. The voice that she has left behind has amalgamated with the atmosphere and will continue to regale music lovers for generations to come.

Adjectives, honorific titles, awards are altogether too, a pale shadow compared to what she has achieved and left behind. Her work and career encompassed the entire gamut of technology from shellac records to the present cloud technology.

Blessed are we for breathing the same air, sharing an epoch and a planet with Lata Mangeshkar.

There have been many biographical posts, anecdotes, series etc. on Lata Mangeshkar on this blog. In fact, in the recently concluded long series concluded by Atul ji covers her entire singing career from first to her last song sung in HFM. Also, her wiki page is quite elaborate if one has to understand the entire spectrum of her life and career in acting, singing, composing, production etc.

There were two aspects that I wanted to include in this post, and I have to profusely apologize to readers that I could manage neither due to other priorities and paucity of time.

One was to put forth a table listing her very first one or two dozen songs irrespective of whether she sang for Hindi / Marathi or for herself / playback. There are many blogs, articles, interviews and information out there on the net containing these facts, but to have it on a well-prepared table with her songs in chronological order and then get it vetted by veterans in the field was what I was looking for.

The second was to present my interest and limited knowledge and on her association with various composers and singers. There is so much that I wish to keep on writing about her Hindi film songs. Her pronunciation of the word “hum” in the title song of ‘Barsaat’ (1949) and again the finest way she sings the word “chaar” in the duet with Shankar Dasgupta in ‘Girls’s School’ (1949) amazes me to no end. That she could so effortlessly empathize with the situation of the song on screen in her voice modulation in 1940’s itself speaks volumes as to where she was headed in her career.

Why she has a solitary song for Gyan Dutt? Why Kishore Kumar used her sparingly in his compositions? Will the solo song from the film ’26 January’ (1956) ever be heard by music lovers are some of the points that I wanted to touch upon. Let me see, how soon, I can put these thoughts on the blog.

Her association with the many composers, singers, lyricists, actors etc. can be discussed with no end. Naming a few will be a gross injustice to the many others that she sang for. I shall hence stop myself from even attempting to do so.

Coming to the song to be posted for today’s occasion and considering that most of her songs in the golden period have already been covered on the blog, I made a rather strange request to the editors to kindly offer me a good song for the occasion. I know there are many more songs yet to be covered, but then again due to time constraints, I thought, I will make this new request. 🙂

A sad, solo from late 40’s or early 50’s was what I requested for.

And guess what?

Sudhir ji promptly sent me a gem of a sad solo from 1949. My goodness! Of all the years, 1949, the year Lata Mangeshkar stamped herself as the undisputed queen of playback. Music lovers know the importance of the year 1949 and the abundant flow of melody in that particular year.

Thank you, Sudhir ji and Atul ji. I could not have asked for anything better.

So here is the gem from 1949 film ‘Rakhi’ in the mellifluous voice of one and only Lata Mangeshkar.

Wishing her a very happy birthday, I am sure the heavens and the Gods are more blessed to have Hema Hardikar aka Lata Mangeshkar amongst their midst.

Song – O Rooth Jaane Waale, Mera Qasoor Kya Hai  (Rakhi) (1949) Singer – Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Saarshaar Sailaani, MD – Husnlal Bhagatram

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)

o rooth jaane waale
o rooth jaane waale
mera qasoor kya hai
kyon pher leen nigaahen
kyon pher leen nigaahen
kyon mujhko gham diya hai
o rooth jaane waale
mera qasoor kya hai

fariyaad kar rahi hai
sehmi hui jawaani
kisko sunaaun ae dil
dukh dard ki kahaani
apne nahin jab apne
gairon se kya gila hai
o rooth jaane waale
o rooth jaane waale
mera qasoor kya hai

beete huye dinon ki
baaton ko yaad kar ke
guzri hui suhaani
raaton ko yaad kar ke
main dil ko ro rahi hoon
dil mujhko ro raha hai
o rooth jaane waale
o rooth jaane waale
mera qasoor kya hai

din raat kha raha hai
gham teri berukhi ka
nazdeek aa raha hai
anjaam zindagi ka
tu hi bata ke aise
jeene mein kya maza hai. . .

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir Kapur)
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ओ रूठ जाने वाले
ओ रूठ जाने वाले
मेरा कसूर क्या है
क्यों फेर लीं निगाहें
क्यों फेर लीं निगाहें
क्यों मुझको ग़म दिया है
ओ रूठ जाने वाले
मेरा कसूर क्या है

फरियाद कर रही है
सहमी हुई जवानी
किसको सुनाऊँ ए दिल
दुख दर्द की कहानी
अपने नहीं जब अपने
ग़ैरों से क्या गिला है
ओ रूठ जाने वाले
ओ रूठ जाने वाले
मेरा कसूर क्या है

बीते हुये दिनों की
बातों को याद कर के
गुज़री हुई सुहानी
रातों को याद कर के
मैं दिल को रो रही हूँ
दिल मुझको रो रहा है
ओ रूठ जाने वाले
ओ रूठ जाने वाले
मेरा कसूर क्या है

दिन रात खा रहा है
ग़म तेरी बेरुखी का
नज़दीक आ रहा है
अञ्जाम ज़िंदगी का
तू ही बता के ऐसे
जीने में क्या मज़ा है॰ ॰ ॰


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Blog Day :

5150 Post No. : 17113

‘Sautela Bhai’ (1962) was directed by Mahesh Kaul for Alok Bharti, Bombay. The movie had Pranati, Guru Dutt, Rajkumar, Bipin Gupta, Kanhaiyalal, SN Bannerjee, Asit Sen, Ratna aka Ratna Bhushan, Bela Bose, Radheyshyam, Sarosh Irani, Honey Irani, Jeevankala, Rani, Surendra, Madan Kumar, Dev Kishen, Laxman Singh, Suresh, Anwari, Samar Chatterjee, Bagla, Mohan Jerry, Shahji, Narmada Shanker, Kesri, Ranibala, Khatana, Dulari, Baby Farida etc in it.

‘Sautela Bhai’ had eight songs in it. Six songs have been covered so far. Here is the seventh song from the movie. It is sung by Mahendra Kapoor. Shailendra is the lyricist. Music is composed by Anil Biswas.

The picturisation shows Guru Dutt, Bipin Gupta, Pranati or Pranoti, SN Bannerjee and Sarosh Irani as the song plays in the background.

Lyrics were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

Video link:

Song-O man rey main jag mein aaj paraaya (Sautela Bhai)(1962) Singer-Mahendra Kapoor, Lyrics-Shailendra, MD-Anil Biswas

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

o mann rey ae ae ae ae
ae ae ae ae
o mann rey ae ae ae aey
main jag mein aaj paraayaa aa
main jag mein aaj paarayaa aa aa
mann rey ae ae aey ae
mohey apna ghar pardes lagey
mohey apna ghar pardes lagey
main jag mein aaj paraayaa aaa
main jag mein aaj paraayaa aaa
ho mann rey ae aey ae ae ae

bichchda jeevan bhar ka saath
chhoot gayaa bachpan ka haath
chhod gayee mamtaa ki chhaaon
log kahenge mujhe anaath
ho o o o o o o
chahoon dish andhiyaaraa chhaayaa
mann rey ae ae ae aey
main jag mein aaj paraayaa aa aa
main jag mein aaj paarayaa aa
o mann rey ae ae ae aey ae ae ae

woh phulwaari
woh ghar dwaar
woh sukh sapnon ka sansaar
bikhar gaye ae woh o
saarey khel
bichchdi ganga jamunaa dhaar
ho o o o o
maine sab kuchch aaj ganwaayaa aa aa
maine sab kuchch aaj ganwaayaa aa
mann rey ae ae ae aey
main jag mein aaj paraayaa
main jag mein aaj paarayaa
o mann rey ae ae ae aey ae
ae ae aey ae

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir Kapur)
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ओ मन रे ए ए ए
ए ए ए
ओ मन रे ए ए ए
मैं जग में आज पराया
मैं जग में आज पराया
मन रे ए ए ए
मोहे अपना घर परदेस लगे
मोहे अपना घर परदेस लगे
मैं जग में आज पराया
मैं जग में आज पराया
हो मन रे ए ए ए

बिछड़ा जीवन भर का साथ
छूट गया बचपन का हाथ
छोड़ गई ममता की छांव
लोग कहेंगे मुझे अनाथ
हो ओ ओ ओ ओ
चहुं दिश अँधियारा छाया
मन रे ए ए ए
मैं जग में आज पराया
मैं जग में आज पराया
ओ मन रे ए ए ए

वो फुलवारी
वो घर द्वार
वो सुख सपनों का संसार
बिखर गए वो ओ
सारे खेल
बिछड़ी गंगा जमुना धार
हो ओ ओ ओ
मैंने सब कुछ आज गंवाया
मैंने सब कुछ आज गंवाया
मन रे ए ए ए
मैं जग में आज पराया
मैं जग में आज पराया
ओ मन रे ए ए ए


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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

————————————————
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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