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Blog Day : 3868 Post No. : 14886

“Chhota Bhai”(1966) was directed by K P Atma for Olympic Pictures. This typical tear jerker movie had Rehman, Nutan, Master Mahesh Kumar, Lalita Pawar, Randhir, Lata Sinha, Sulochana Chatterji, Kammo, Chandrima Bhaduri, Brahm Bhardwaj, Baldev Mehta, Sadhu Singh, Abu Bakar, Ghulam, Master Anwar etc in it.

This movie had six songs in it. One song from this movie has been covered in the blog. That song was the 3000th song for the blog and 1000th song for Lata Mangeshkar in the blog.

That was on 20 september 2010. It comes as a great surprise to me that no other song from this movie has been discussed in the blog for more than eight years.

Here is the second song from “Chhota Bhai”(1966). This song is sung by Rafi. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

This song is picturised as a calamity song on a kid and an elderly man, with the elderly man rowing a boat to safety with the kid with him. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify the artists seen in the picturisation of this song.

This song is the 400th song from the movies of 1966 in the blog.


Song-Raam tu sab ka rakhwaala (Chhota Bhai)(1966) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

raam
tu sabka rakhwaala
raam
tu sabka rakhwaala
jab jab bhi ye man ghabraaya
jab jab bhi ye man ghabraaya
toone aan sambhaala
ho o raam
tu sabka rakhwaala

soone aangan dwaar sajaa de
soone aangan dwaar sajaa de
hamri bigdi baat banaa de
muskaanen waapas lautaa de
lene waala tu na kehla
lene waala tu na kehla
tu hai dene waala
ho o raam
tu sabka rakhwaala
raam
tu sabka rakhwaala

o o o
o o o o
aa aa aa
aa aa aa

ye vishwaas ki jyot jagaaye
ye vishwaas ki jyot jagaaye
hum tere mandir mein aaye
aas ka deepak toot na jaaye
ye andhiyaari rain churaa ke
ye andhiyaari rain churaa ke
le na jaaye ujaala
ho o raam
tu sabka rakhwaala
jab jab bhi ye man ghabraaya
jab jab bhi ye man ghabraaya
toone aan sambhaala
ho o raam
tu sabka rakhwaala
raam
tu sabka rakhwaala

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Blog Day : 3862 Post No. : 14878

“Chale Hain Sasuraal”(1966) was directed by Dharam Kumar for Krishnadeep Productions, Bombay. This B movie had Helen and Chandrashekhar in lead roles. The movie also had Bhagwaan, Meenakshi, Madhumati, Sherry, Sunder, Tuntun, Aruna Irani, Mirza Musahrraf, Sheikh, Polson, Indira Bansal, Dilip Dutt, Jerry, Jilaani, Thakur, Anwari, Raj Deewan, Maqbool, Bimla Kashmiri, RN Nambiar etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. One song from the movie has been covered in the past (distant past viz 2012).

Here is the second song from the movie to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Rafi and Manna Dey. The light hearted lyrics are penned by Qamar Jalalabadi. Music is composed by C Arjun.

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


Song-Qismat ka khel dekho kahaan hamen laayi (Chale Hain Sasuraal)(1966) Singers-Rafi, Manna Dey, Lyrics-Qamar Jalalabadi, MD-C Arjun
Both

Lyrics

qismat ka khel dekho kahaan hamen laayi
baithe bithaaye bhaiya kaisi shaamat aayi
ham to maare gaye maare gaye maare gaye
ham to maare gaye maare gaye maare gaye

koi naseeb waala jaaye sasuraal jee
koi naseeb waala aa
koi naseeb waala jaaye sasuraal jee
waapas wo ghar ko laute hoke maalaamaal jee
waapas wo ghar ko laute hoke maalaamaal jee
kaise hain ham deewaane
aaye hain paagal khaane

naani ki chhod bhaiya naani yaad aayi
baithe bithaaye bhaiya kaisi shaamat aayi
o ham to maare gaye maare gaye maare gaye
ham to maare gaye maare gaye maare gaye

ek se ek yahaan dekho banda khaas hai
ek se ek yahaan
ek se ek yahaan dekho banda khaas hai
koi hai mughle-e-aajam koi devdas hai
koi hai mughle-e-aajam koi devdas hai
baalam aaye base more man mein
baalam
koi hai taan leta
koi farmaan deta

takht na taaj phir bhi karen badshaahi
baithe bithaye bhaiya kaisi shaamat aai
o ham to maare gaye maare gaye maare gaye
ham to maare gaye maare gaye maare gaye

sheron ki takkar hai ji
kushti ka ye ring hai
sheron ki takkar hai ji
sheron ki takkar hai ji
kushti ka ye ring hai
koi king kong yahaan koi dara singh hai
koi king kong yahaan koi dara singh hai
kushti ki chaal dekho
in ka kamaal dekho

dekhi na hogi aisi haathon ki safaai
baithe bithaaye bhaiya kaisi shaamat aayi
ham to maare gaye maare gaye maare gaye
ham to maare gaye maare gaye maare gaye

kahaan pe aake yaaron phanse hain ghareeb jee
kahaan pe aake yaaron
kahaan pe aake yaaron phanse hain ghareeb jee
kaise yahaan se bhaagen socho ye tarkeeb jee
kaise yahaan se bhaagen socho ye tarkeeb jee
rishwat chadhaa ke dekho
maska lagaa ke dekho

jaan bacha ke aji bhaago mere bhai
baithe bithaaye bhaiya kaisi shaamat aayi
o ham to maare gaye maare gaye maare gaye
ham to maare gaye maare gaye maare gaye
he he he he he


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Blog Day : 3859 Post No. : 14874

“Bachpan”(1963) was produced by Mrs P N Irani and directed by Nazar for New Panchratan Pictures. The movie had Menka Irani, Salim, Daisy Irani, Jeevan, Anwar Hussain, David, Manorama, Helen, Mauji Singh, Bhudo Advani, Chanda Bai, Seema,Masood, Kabuli, Babu, Mohd.Shafi, Lala Nazir, Rafi Ajmeri, Raj Mala, Kamran etc in it.

This movie had seven songs in it. Two songs from the movie have been covered in the past.

The movie had four Rafi solos and two Suman Kalyanpur solos.

There was one duet song in the movie which was sung by Suman Kalyanpur and Rafi.

Here is the this duet song from “Bachpan”(1963). Hasrat Jaipuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Sardar Malik.

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

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.


Song-Tere hum o sanam (Bachpan)(1963) Singers-Suman Kalyanpur, Rafi, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Sardar Malik

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

tere hum o sanam
tu jahaan main wahaan
suraj tu jarra main
tu kahaan main kahaan

tere hum o sanam

kya khabar hai tujhe
dil tera ho gaya
pyaar ki raah mein
dil mera kho gaya
kya khabar thhi mujhe
aisa din aayega
mahal ka chaand bhi
mera ban jaayega

pyaar mein fark kya
tu jahaan dil wahaan
suraj tu jarra main
tu kahaan main kahaan

tere hum o sanam

aapki baat ka
kaise aaye yaqeen
kaise nazren uthhen
itni himmat nahin

pyaar mein ek hai
kya zameen kya gagan
kaun kya hai yahaan
main na jaanoon sajan
kya kahega jahaan
soch le meharbaan

tere hum o sanam
tu jahaan main wahaan


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Blog Day : 3858 Post No. : 14871

Today’s song is from the musical blockbuster of the 1950s, Suvarna Sundari-58.

There was a love affair going on between the South films and Bombay Film industry during the 50’s decade. Right from film Chandralekha-48, South started pushing into Hindi domain with Remakes and Dubbed southern films. Some films were even made only in Hindi. As the years went by and the southern film market expanded greater than even Bombay, south had no time or need or interest in tapping the Hindi belt anymore.

With the films being made by the South for the Hindi audience, came many southern composers too. Chandralekha-48- had S.Rajeshwar Rao as MD, then came Parthasarthy and kalla (Nishan-49, Mangala-50 and Sansar-51), Sankar Sastry (Mangala, Sansar), C S Ram (Lavangi-50), C R Subbaraman (Ek the Raja-51, Chandi Rani-53), Vishwanathan and R Sudarshana (Ladki-53), S V Venkatraman and T R Ramanathan(Manohar-54), Ram Murthy(Naya Aadmi-56) etc etc.

First Hindi Music Director in a south film Hindi was Bulo C Rani, with C S Ram in film Lavangi-50. The first south Hindi film whose entire music was done by a single Music Director from the Hindi belt was Bahar-51- S D Burman. After this C.Ramchandra, Chitragupta, Madan Mohan, Shankar-jaikishen, N Dutta and others started crowding in south for Hindi films and due to this the influx of south composers for Hindi films almost came to a naught.

Many Hindi composers are known to invade South and make songs in their languages. The first one to do so was C Ramchandra, but then few others like Naushad( for Tamil version of Aan and Mughal E Azam), Salil Chaudhari ( for many Tamil and Malyalam films), Ravi- who became famous in Kerala as Bombay Ravi, for many Malyalam films and few more. However, there was only one south composer who gave music to a Hindi film and made it a Hit Jubilee Musical Blockbuster. He was Adi Narayana Rao and his first Hindi film was Suvarna Sundari-1958. I said First film, because Rao gave music to some more Hindi films later, like Phoolon ki sej-64, Jadoo nagari-72, Gun Fighter Johnny-72, Sati anusuya-74 and Inqilab Zindabad-75. he also gave music to a Dubbed Marathi film ‘ Mahabhakta Tukaram’-60.

His first film was Suvarna Sundari-58 and what Grand music he gave ! The film had 14 songs and from Ghantasala’s ” Laxmi kshir Samudra Raj’ to Sudha Malhotra’s ” Hat jaa re natkhat”, he displayed his originality, creativity and knowledge of Hindustani Raagdari too ! He composed songs in various Raagas like, malkauns, Sohni, Bahar, Jaunpuri, Hameer etc . Songs like ” Mujhe na bula” and ” Kuhu kuhu bole koyaliya” are popular even today and surely can be counted amongst the most memorable of Hindi songs ever.

Born in 1915 in Andhra Pradesh, Rao learnt music from Pt. Sitaram Sastry. He was active on stage for many years. He was an excellent Harmonium player. Surprisingly, he entered film world as a writer and not a musician. Later, he became an assistant to composer Chittur Nagiah from film vande Mataram-1939. His first film as a MD was Vardhini-1946. Along with Folk tunes, Rao used Spanish tunes in his songs. He married actress Anjali Devi,after film Suvarn Sundari in Telugu was released. They started Anjali pictures, a film production company. While he could not get success in Hindi films, after Suvarn Sundari-58, his wife Anjali Devi continued doing roles in Hindi films for many more years. Adi Narayana Rao died on 25-1-1990.

The original Telugu film Suvarn Sundari was made with A.Nageshwar Rao and Anjali Devi in 1957. Tamil version was also made Simultaneously, with Gemini Ganesan and Anjali devi in the lead. Tamil film title was Manaalane Mangaiyi Bakkiyam. The Tamil version was released first. When both Tamil and Telugu films became Hit and Blockbusters, it was planned to dub the Tamil film in Hindi. Lata Mangeshkar was called to Madras to record the songs. When Lata saw the film, she suggested them that instead of dubbing the film, the film may be remade in Hindi. The distributors too opined the same. Therefore the Hindi version was remade with A. Nageshwar Rao and Anjali Devi in the lead. This was the First and the only Hindi film A.Nageshwar Rao made ever in his entire career. The film was shot in Venus Studio, Madras and near Shimsha falls, Mysore. The Hindi film was very successful and celebrated Silver Jubilee in 18 cities.

All the three language versions were directed by Vedantam Raghaviah. He was born to V.Ramiah and Annapoornamma at Kuchipudi village in Krishna District of Andhra Pradesh, on 8-6-1919. from 5th year onwards, he started learning Kuchipudi dance and became a surprise item in many shows and stage dramas. At the age of 9 years he was married to his Maternal cousin. He entered films as an actor and Choreographer in 1937. But from 1949 he changed over to production and Direction. In next 20 years, he directed 30 Telugu and Tamil films plus 2 Hindi films- Suvarna Sundari-58 and Jadoo Nagari-72. His film Devdas-53 was considered as his Best film. He died at the age of only 52 years on 18-11-1971. He received several awards and honours as a Kuchipudi Dancer.

Out of the 14 songs of Suvarn Sundari-58, only 3 songs are discussed on the Blog. Today’s song is the 4th song. The video shows a song coupled with the naughty activities of comedians, small time Thugs in the film, Agha, Mukri and Radha Kishen. Radha Kishen was a comedian with a peculiar style of talking and speaking in a voice that distinguished him from others. I still remember his funny role in film ‘ New Delhi’-1956.

Radha Kishen (Mehra) was born on 13-6-1915 in Delhi. He was a good writer and wanted a job as a writer in films. V.Shantaram, however, offered him a job as an actor in Prabhat. His first role was that of a villain in film ‘ Padosi ‘-41. It was here that he became very friendly with writer Pt. Mukhram Sharma, who helped him by creating special roles for him in the scripts that he wrote. Radhakishen played the roles of a miser to perfection. He became a regular with P.L.Santoshi in films like Shehnai, Sargam, Apni Chhaya etc.

His biggest role as a comedian which brought him to limelight was in film New Delhi-56. He played important roles in Begunah and Naya Daur also. Changing over to comic villain’s role in Parvarish-58, he was equally effective. In Sadhana-58 he was a crafty neighbour and in Chhoti Behan-59, he was a greedy trader. Being a writer himself, he would get effective and ironic dialogues.

At the height of his career, he became a Producer with Amar Rahen ye pyar-61. Because of kavi Pradeep’s left wing songs, the film was held up by Censors for a long time and when finally it was released, it flopped miserably. Before that itself, due to heavy losses, mounting debts and a failed Love affair, Radhakishen committed suicide by jumping to death from the fourth floor terrace of his building, on 18th March 1960. He died after his film Ek ke baad ek-60 was completed. Its Producer Raj Rishi, who was his close friend,put an obituary message in the film’s credits as ” This picture is respectfully dedicated to the fond memories of my friend and great artiste Radhakishen, who is no more with us “.

Same year in May 1960, the well known Distributor Tarachand Barjatya announced a Trophy in the name of Radhakishen, to be given to the Best Comedian of the Year. This is probably the only Trophy of its type in the film industry.

Here is a comedy song video from the film Suvarna Sundari-58. Enjoy….


Song-Raam naam japna paraaya maal apna (Suvarna Sundari)(1958) Singer- Rafi, Lyrics- Bharat Vyas, MD- Adi Narayan Rao
Chorus

Lyrics

arre ajgar kare na chaakri
bhai panchhi kare na kaam
o o o
hum kaahe khat-pat karen
o o
o o o
jab sab ke daata raam
arre raam naam
raam naam
raam naam japna
paraaya maal apna
paraaya maal apna
ho o o
raam naam japna re
raam naam japna
paraaya maal apna ho
hoy
raam naam japna re
raam naam japna
paraaya maal apna
ho ho ho
raam naam japna re
raam naam japna
paraaya maal apna ho o

ho o o
o o o
seedhi ungli ghee na nikle
sun re o anjaane
oye
sun re o anjaane

arre seedhi ungli ghee na nikle
sun re o anjaane
oye jiski laathhi bhains usi ki
keh gaye log sayaane
hoy keh gaye log sayaane
ye bol bade anmol
bhai sach kaha
ye bol bade anmol baawre
man ki ghundi khol khol
bhai raam naam
raam naam
raam naam japna
paraaya maal apna
paraaya maal apna ho
o o
raam naam japna re
raam naam japna
paraaya maal apna ho

arre ho
o o o
ikdam tikdam
tikadtikadbam
ikdam tikdam laga ke saari
duniya bas mein kar le
o duniya bas mein kar le
aha
o ikdam tikdam laga ke
saari duniya bas mein kar le
oye jhoothh bol chaahe loot maar kar
apna khazaana bhar le
phataaphat
apna khazaana bhar le

jag dhokhe ki deewaar
beta sach kaha
o jag dhokhe ki deewaar
yaar tu apna mauka maar maar
bhai raam naam
ho raam raam
raam naam japna
paraaya maal apna
paraaya maal apna ho
o o
raam naam japna re
raam nam japna
paraaya maal apna ho
oye
raam naam japna re
raam naam japna
paraaya maal apna ho
o o
raam naam japna re
raam naam japna
paraaya maal apna ho o


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

Blog Day : 3850 Post No. : 14862

I am sure, many of us have gone through this experience in our lives. Some song heard sometime, somewhere haunts you so much that you can not simply forget it. In due course of time, this disappears, but at a later time, may be after many years when you hear that song again, all your memories come back and you are lost in Nostalgia.

Same thing has happened to me about today’s song, which is from an old film Raaz-1949. It is sung by Mohd. Rafi- who was just beginning to make a mark for him in Hindi film music. When I heard this song after almost 65-70 years, all old memories flashed before my eyes.

It was early 1950 or so. Our house in Hyderabad was second in a lane. Just outside the lane, on the main road and on the opposite side, was a Hotel- Hotel Madina. This hotel was famous in our area, because the owner used to play all latest Hindi film songs on his Gramophone from 7 am to 7 pm. A reasonable crowd of music lovers sat there for hours. In fact the Hotel had become a meeting point for friends. Many ‘ latest ‘ songs were introduced to me this way. I had first heard this Rafi song from film Raaz-49 here only and I fell in love with this song. I remember, I forced my father to buy this record so that I could hear it more often.

Like many other songs, this too went at the backstage and I was swayed by some other lilting songs. That was a period when ” ek se badh kar ek ” songs were rolled out. As the time went and years passed by, I never heard this song again till last week. I was searching for some other song on You Tube, and my eyes fell on this song. Feeling something familiar, I played the song and my God !, I can not describe how many times I must have heard this song till now. I felt as if I met a long lost friend. I remembered my childhood ( I might be about 10-12 years old that time, my friends and the evenings spent clustering near that hotel, so that we could hear the songs.
Now all facilities are available at beck and call, but where are those days, those friends and those songs ?

Coming to today’s film Raaz-49, as many as 6 films with same title are made so far, add to that a few more with the word Raaz in its titles. This film was produced by Neelkamal Kalamandir and was directed by Emmanuel. The 10 songs written by Mirazi and Gulzar Nadeem were composed by the talented but unlucky Sardar Malik (HFGK mentions his name as Malik Sardar). For 10 songs 7 singers were used. One song from this film is already discussed here. I have noticed a peculiar thing about this film and that is, that for its director Emmanuel, Lyricist Mirazi and one singer Shaila, this was the only film they contributed.

The Hero of the film was Mohan Sehgal. Born in Jallundhar, Punjab, on 1-12-1921, Mohan came to to the films to become an actor-preferably a Hero. He acted in 7 films- Neecha Nagar and Chalis Karod in 1946,Phool aur kante-48, Raaz-49, Afsar-50, Humsafar-53 and Suhana Geet-63. But he was known more as a Producer/Director. He directed 18 films- from Aulad-54 to Kasam suhag ki-89. Some of his well known films were, New Delhi-56,Kanyadan-63, Sawan Bhadon-70, and Raja Jaani-72. His favourite actors were Kishore kumar, Dharmendra, Rekha and Hema Malini as well as Navin Nischol. Mohan Sehgal died on 19-10-2005 in Mumbai.

In this film there are two names which are not well known to many. One of them was Maya Devi. Maya Devi was from Bombay and started her career from silent films in 1928 with Anarkali by imperial. Her first Talkie film was Kunwari ya widhva-35. Her real name was Leela. She became a favourite of Bombay Talkies and she did 6 films with them in 37 and 38. In all she did 5 silent films and 31 Talkie films till 1949. Her last film in India was Raaz-49. She got married with a Muslim and then migrated to Pakistan, where she did 19 films and then retired in 1964. Her first film in Pakistan was Phere-1949. She died in Lahore on 1-2-67. She did films in Gujarati and Punjabi also.

The second name is S.B.Nayampalli, who was a popular Villain in his films. S.B.Nayampalli was born in south Karnataka. In 1915,his family shifted to Bombay. His personality was imposing with fair colour, six feet height and solid physique. Due to father’s death, he did a job in P and T department, but soon he left it and joined as a clerk in Killick Nixon company. He was a commerce graduate and was fond of playing Cricket, representing his company at Club cricket championships.

S.B. Nayampally (or Nayampalli) was working at the firm of Killick, Nixon and Company when he was discovered by film director P.Y. Altekar at a gym where Nayampally regularly exercised. Altekar felt that Nayampally very much resembled the famous French boxer Georges Carpenter and would be perfect for the stunt films that had become popular at the time. At Altekar’s urging, Nayampally joined Imperial Studios and was quickly cast in his first film, Wedding Night(1929), opposite the popular actress Jilloo. When he arrived at Imperial to begin his first day of filming he was amused to find that the building now used for the studio had formerly housed the school he’d attended as a child.“Wedding Night was a stunt film of the Robin Hood type,” Nayampally explained in a 1964 interview. “It had a little more of a plot to it than many films of the same class. My next film, Hell’s Paradise (1929), I remember for three reasons. One, it was based on a real-life episode involving an Indian prince and a foreign girl, described as an adventuress. Two, Mama Warerekar, the noted writer, did the story. Three, the film had a kissing scene, probably the first ever in an Indian film.”

Nayampalli was cast in Imperial’s Noorjehan (1931), which was initially to be a silent picture, but because of the success of their film Alam Ara (1931), which was India’s first talkie, the studio decided to make Noorjehan partly with sound. Nayampally was not originally cast in Noorjehan, but a chance meeting with the film’s director, Ezra Mir, got him the role of Prince Salim in the film.Nayampally then played Karna in Imperial’s next sound film, the mythological Draupadi (1931), but the actor considered his best mythological role to be that of the wily Shakuni in Mahatma Vidur (1943), a part that was appreciated by critics and the public, alike.

As sound films came in, silent actors were being discarded in favor of those with stage backgrounds and could not sing, so Nayampalli joined the Grant Anderson Theatrical Company which specialized in Shakespearean plays. After gaining some experience he tried to rejoin films, but without much luck. His previous roles had been leads, so he decided if he wanted to work regularly, maybe he should take a different approach and he offered himself up for character parts.His break came in the role of a hunchback in love with the heroine in Ezra Mir’s Zarina which starred Jal Merchant and Zubeida. The dentures he wore for the role were created specially by a dentist named Jimmy Gheista who had trained abroad with the dentist who had made similar dentures for Lon Chaney.

Nayampally had learned early on how to apply make-up for his roles and, in fact, he became so good at it he eventually came to specialize in horror make-up, which earned him the nickname “The Indian Lon Chaney.” Indeed, Chaney, Erich von Stroheim, Emil Jannings, and John Barrymore were the actors that Nayampally most tried to emulate. Boris Karloff was another of his role models. He was able to put his make-up expertise to good use for the film Sair-e-Paristan (1934), where he was a vampire-like devil, and in Zingaro(1935), in which he played a monster created by a mad scientist, and then as a the hairy “missing link” in Zambo (1937) and its sequel Zambo Ka Beta (1938). For Kalkoot (1935) he created a make-up to resemble the wrinkled effect that Karloff had used in The Mummy(1932).

Nayampally continued working in films throughout the 1940s and 50s, particularly in mythologicals and costume pictures including Raj Nartaki (1941), Nagad Narayan (1943), Vishwas 1943), Taramati(1945), Urvashi (1946), Jhansi-Ki-Rani (1953), Durgesh Nandini (1956), Basant Bahar (1956) and Shiv Parvati (1962) His last credited film appearance was in 1970’s Priya.

After the career in films ended, he started making Documentaries. He made about 35 documentaries. He won ‘ Silver Dolphin’ award for his documentary in the International Film Festival at Teheran in 1970.

He died on 7-5-1994, in Mumbai.

Sardar Malik today is a lesser known composer compared to other giants of the film industry, but he has created some golden melodies.

Born on 13-1- 1925, Sardar Malik had learned classical music from Ustad Alauddin Khan. He also learned a variety of dancing skills from Pt.Uday Shankar. Some other stars like Guru Dutt and Mohan Sehgal too were part of the troop under Pt. Uday Shankar, same time.

Sardar Malik got his break as a Music Director in a movie called ‘Renuka’ which released in 1947. Sardar Malik also sang 4 songs in this movie – 2 solo songs and also 2 duets with Zohrabai. But the movie was not a big success and he remained unrecognized. In the same year, he also composed music for a movie ‘Rain Basera’, but that movie too was not successful. In 1949, only one movie released of Sardar Malik and that was ‘Raaz’. The movie had some wonderful numbers from Rafi, Amirbai and Binapani Mukherjee.

In 1951, Sardar Malik shared the credits with Husnalal Bhagatram and composed a few songs for a movie ‘Stage’, which had lovely numbers sung by Asha Bhosle like ‘Dil Machalne Laga’. Asha Bhosle had excellent control in her voice in the early 50s and her association with Sardar Malik was very special in this era when Lata and Geeta Dutt were at the top.

His next movie was ‘Laila Majnu’ which was a huge success. Sardar Malik composed only 3 songs for this movie ‘Baharon Ki Duniya Pukare’, ‘Tere Dar Pe Aaya Hoon’ and ‘Dekh Li Ae Ishq’. All the other songs were composed by Ghulam Mohammed but the songs showed his versatility and he gained recognition in the film industry. Thokar (1953) established Sardar Malik as a successful composer. Songs like ‘Ae Gham-e-Dil Kya Karoon’ by Talat and Asha Bhosle and ‘Hawa Ghungunayee Fiza Muskayee’ are evergreen numbers.

‘Aulad’ (1954) showed Sardar Malik’s overall class through his magical compositions. This movie had some great numbers like ‘Duniya Tasveer Ha’i (Talat Mahmood) and ‘Tum Salamat Raho Hazar Baras’ (Asha). The same year saw the release of ‘Chor Bazar’ (1954), which had some of the best songs rendered by Lata Mangeshkar. She sang 3 beautiful songs in this movie ‘Chalta Rahe Yeh Karvan’, ‘Huyi Yeh Humse Yeh Nadani’ and ‘Dar Dar Ki Thokrein Hain’.

In the mid-50’s Sardar Malik composed music for few movies like Ab-e-Hayat-55, Taxi-555-58, Chamak Chandni-57 and Maa Ke Aansoo-59. All these movies had some nice songs. If we observe the decade of 50s, Asha Bhosle, Talat Mahmood and Rafi sang some of the best songs of Sardar Malik.

The decade of 60’s saw the release of ‘Saranga’ (1960), which can be considered as one of the best movies of Indian Cinema. The title song of the movie sung by Mukesh and the sad version of the same sung by Rafi is still as popular as it was 60 yrs ago. Many veteran music composers consider this movie as the best movie composed by Sardar Malik ever. The same year saw the release of ‘Mera Ghar Mere Bachche’ which contained some great songs sung by Mukesh, my favorite song being the duet of Mukesh with Suman Kalyanpur ‘Baharon Se Poochho’.

Sardar Malik remained active in the first half of the 1960s and composed some outstanding music for second rung movies like Madan Manjari, Bachpan, Pick Pocket, Naag Mohini, Jantar Mantar, Maharani Padmini, Roop Sundari and Main Hoon Jadugar. It was destiny that most of the films he composed for were not box-office successes, but he never compromised on the quality of his music. His career appears to come to an abrupt halt in the mid-60s. The last movie of Sardar Malik was Gynaaniji which released in 1977. This movie had songs sung by Rafi, Asha, Jaspal Singh and Jagat Singh Jagga.

Sardar Malik had huge knowledge on all forms of Indian Music. He always depended on light background orchestration in many of his songs. He made the use of accordion and flute in many of his songs. As he was classically trained, he had excellent knowledge on various raagas too.

Married to noted lyricist Hasrat Jaipuri’s sister, Kausar Jahan (Bilqis), Sardar Malik had three sons – Anu, Abu and Dabbu Malik. Thanks to his father’s blessings, Anu Malik met with a lot of success in the 1990s and 2000s.

Sardar Malik passed away on January 27th 2006, but the legacy he has left behind will always remain with us.

Today’s song is a mesmerising song and i believe, this song has inspired a few songs in Hindi films, in later years. Enjoy….

( Thanks for some information used herein from Beete kal ke sitare by S. Tamrakar, apnaarchieve, Mike Barnum blog, pakmag.com, Filmdom-46 and HFGK along with my notes.)


Song-Samay ka chakkar sau bal khaaye (Raaz)(1949) Singer-Mohd. Rafi, Lyrics- Mirazi, MD- Sardar Malik

Lyrics

samay ka chakkar sau bal khaaye ae
sau bal khaaye
aage jaa kar laut na paaye ae
ghoom ghoom kar badhta jaaye
ghoom ghoom kar badhta jaaye
peechhe sab sansaar
peechhe sab sansaar
bolo
o bolo
chakkoo chhuri dhaar
bolo
chakkoo chhuri dhaar

dhaar bane aur chakkar ghoome
phoot ke har chingaari jhoome ae
dhaar bane aur chakkar ghoome
phoot ke har chingaari jhoome
dekho is ki jyot mein chamke
jag jeewan ka pyaar
jag jeewan ka pyaar
bolo
ho bolo
chakkoo chhuri dhaar
chakkoo chhuri dhaar

baalak samjhe ise khilauna
ye zehri talwaar
baalak samjhe ise khilauna
ye zehri talwaar
moorakh isko haath lagaaye
kar de maaraamaar
kar de maaraamaar

jag mein jeet usi ki pyaare ae
jag mein jeet usi ki pyaare
jiske dil mein pyaar
jiske dil mein pyaar
bolo
ho bolo
chakkoo chhuri dhaar
chakkoo chhuri dhaar

dharti badle roop anjaane
aasmaan aisi reet na jaane ae
dharti badle roop anjaane
aasmaan aisi reet na jaane ae
jab tak apne saath jawaani ee
man dekhe sapne manmaane
jeewan poorampaar
bolo
ho bolo
chakkoo chhuri dhaar
chakkoo chhuri dhaar


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3847 Post No. : 14859 Movie Count :

4063

“Jai Vijay”(1977) was directed by L V Prasad for Prasad Productions, Bombay. This costume drama movie had Jeetendra, Reena Roy, Prem Kishan, Bindiya Goswami, Om Shivpuri, Satyen Kappoo, Urmila Bhatt, Kamal Kapoor, Lalita Pawar, Paintal, Brahamchaari, Sarla Yevlekar, Appi Umrani, Harish, Viju Khote, Lalita Kumari, Vikas Anand, Ranjan, Brahm Bhardwaj, Bhagwan, Roopesh kumar etc, with special appearances by Jayshre T and Veena.

This by now forgotten movie had eight songs in it. Here is the first song from the movie to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Rafi and Suman Kalyanpur. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Rajesh Roshan .

The song is picturised on Prem Kishan and Bindiya Goswami. Prem Kishan, who looks like Rishi Kapoor was Rishi Kapoor’s cousin and more specifically the son of Premnath and Bina Rai. Bindiya Goswami is now happily settled as director J P Dutta’s wife.

With this song, “Jai Vijay”(1977) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Teri palkon mein kaajal ae haseena(Jai Vijay)(1977) Singers-Rafi, Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Rajesh Roshan

Lyrics

teri palkon mein kaajal
ae haseena hamse behtar hai
teri palkon mein kaajal
ae haseena hamse behtar hai
kahaan kismat hamaari
jo teri in kaali aankhon mein
base rahte hamesha
in haseen matwaali aankhon mein
ye kaajal
uff ye kaajal ae haseena
tumse behtar hai
suno ji
tumse behtar hai
ye pehle to charaagon mein jala meri muhabbat mein
ye kaajal phir dhuaan bankar
uda meri muhabbat mein
na kyun palkon mein rakh lo
ye deewaana tumse behtar hai
na kyun palkon mein rakh lo
ye deewaana tumse behtar hai

tera udta sa aanchal ae haseena
ham se behtar hai
tera udta sa aanchal
ae haseena ham se behtar hai
sataane ko hamen ye teri baanhen thaamkar jhoolen
jahaan se chaahe phir ye jhool kar teraa badan chhoo le
ye aanchal
uff ye aanchal
ae haseena
tumse behtar hai
suno jee tumse behtar hai
har ek naazuk se is ke taar ne khaaye hazaaron bal
hazaaron sooraten badlin to resham se bana aanchal
iss ek bejaan kee chaahat kaa kareena tumse behtar hai
iss ek bejaan kee chaahat kaa kareena tumse behtar hai

hamen kaajal banaa le
ham hain jalne ke liye raazi
tujhe paane ko har soorat badalne ke liye raazi
jo yoon hai to teri baanhon mein jeena sabse behtar hai
jo yoon hai to teri baanhon mein jeena sabse behtar hai

ye sach hai sabse behtar hai
suno ji sabse behtar hai
ye sach hai sabse behtar hai
suno ji sabse behtar hai


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Blog Day : 3842 Post No. : 14854

“Hatimtai”(1956) was produced and directed by Homi Wadia for Basant Pictures, Bombay. This movie had Shakila, Jairaj, Naina, B M Vyas, S N tripathi, Meenakshi, Sheikh, Krishnkumari, Vasantrao Pahalwan, Qamar, Kamal, Dalpat, Wazir Mohammad Khan, Menka, Shree Bhagwan, Sardar Mansoor, Kusum, Poonam, Habib Sandow, Nagpal, Master Pakkoo, Vitha, Manda, Abdullah, Pushpa, Bismillah, M K Hasan, Mitthu Miyaan, Geeta, Chanda etc in it.

The movie had nine songs in it. Five of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the sixth song from the movie to appear in the blog. the song is sung by Rafi, Suman Kalyanpur and chorus. Raja Mehdi Ali Khan is the lyricist. Music is composed by S N Tripathi.

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


Song-Jaane waale o jaane waale (Hatim Tai)(1956) Singers-Rafi, Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics-Raja Mehdi Ali Khan, MD-S N Tripathi
Both
Chorus

Lyrics

jaane waale
o jaane waale
jaane waale khuda ki rahmaton ka tujh pe saaya
jaane waale
khuda ki rahmaton ka tujh pe saaya
jhoome jhoome khushi se aasmaan
wo din hai aaya

jhoome jhoome khushi se aasmaan
wo din hai aaya
jaane waale
o jaane waale
jaane waale
o jaane waale

?? tera allah ho waali
dil tera ho gham se khali
martaba tera ho aali
ho teri duniya matwaali
ho teri duniya matwaali
pyaar tera allah ho waali
dil tera ho gham se khaali
martaba tera ho aali
ho teri duniya matwaali

ho teri duniya matwaali

ulfat bhare dilon ne jhoom ke ye nagma gaaya
ulfat bhare dilon ne jhoom ke ye nagma gaaya

jaane waale khuda ki rahmaton ka tujh pe saaya
jhoome jhoome khushi se aasmaan
wo din hai aaya
jaane waale o jaane waale
jaane waale o jaane waale

dushmanon ki haar hui
naav teri paar hui
zindagi bahaar hui
pyaar se gulzaar hui
pyaar se gulzaar hui
dushmanon ki haar hui
naav teri paar hui
zindagi bahaar hui
pyaar se gulzaar hui

pyaar se gulzaar hui
chalte chalte dilon ka kaarwaan manzil pe aaya
chalte chalte dilon ka kaarwaan manzil pe aaya

jaane waale khuda ki rahmaton ka tujh pe saaya
jhoome jhoome khushi se aasmaan
wo din hai aaya
jaane waale o jaane waale
jaane waale o jaane waale


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Blog Day : 3840 Post No. : 14852

“Dhun”(1953) was directed by M Kumar for Silver Productions, Bombay. The movie had Raj Kapoor and Nargis in lead roles with Motilal, Pramila, Kamal Mehra, M Kumar, Cuckoo etc also there in the movie.

The movie had eleven songs in it. Seven songs have been discussed in the past.

Here is the eighth song from “Dhun”(1953). This song is in fact a two part song. Part I is sung by Rafi, Batra, Baabul and chorus. Part II, which is an extension of the same song, is sung by Rafi, Madan Mohan, Baabul and chorus.

Bharat Vyas is the lyricist of this llong light hearted song. Music is composed by Madan Moahn.

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

Since this is a two part song, so with this song, now nine songs from the movie have been covered. HFGK mentions two more songs- “hansa hai mukpe zamaana” and “is duniya mein ham aa nikle”. Thouh the lyricist for these two songs is mentioned in HFGK 9Kaif irfani), no other fdetails are known for these songs. Record numbers are not mentioned so may be records of these songs were not mentioned.

I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on these remaining two songs that do not seem to be available as of now.

PS-This writeup replaces another song from the movie, namely “nindiya na aaye tum bin” which was already covered in the blog in the past.

Another special fact about this song is that this is the fourth song in the blog that has the voice on Madan Mohan as a singer. Madan Mohan had lent his voce in four songs in Hindi movies. with this song, now all these songs have been covered in the blog.

Audio (Both Parts)

Koi ek aana koi do aana (Dhun)(1953) Singers-Rafi, Satish Batra, Baabul, Madan Mohan, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-Madan Mohan

Lyrics

Part I
———————
koi ek aana
koi do aana
koi teen aana
koi chaar aana
is duniya mein sab paagal hain
haan
koi ek aana koi do aana
koi teen aana koi chaar aana
koi ek aana koi do aana
koi teen aana koi chaar aana
is duniya mein sab pagal hain
hum paagal hain solha aana
hey
koi ek aana koi do aana
koi teen aana koi char aana
koi ek aana koi do aana
koi teen aana
koi char aana

hahaha
paise waalon ko dekho jinke hain mote pet
dhandhe karte hain khote
aur kahlaate hain seth
haan
din ke ujiyaale mein karte hain kaala bazaar
ho phir bhi paagal duniya unko kahti saahukaar
o mere bhaiya kehti sahukar
o bhaijaan kehti saahukaar

main hoon saahukaar bhaiya main hoon saahukaar
maine hi ye kaam kiya hai
baap ka ooncha naam kiya hai
chauraahe par dhol bajaa kar
chauraahe par dhol bajaa kar
tera ghar neelam kiya hai
mujhko maaro
arre bhai mujhko maaro
sab mil kar maaro aao aao sab mil kar maaro
jhaadu maaro joote maaro
patthar maaro kankar maaro
maaro maaro maaro
sab mil kar maaro
are bhai baithe kyun ho
o bhaiya uthkar maaro na

koi ek aana koi do aana
koi teen aana koi char aana
koi ek aana koi do aana
koi teen aana koi char aana

koi mera sher suno
khuda ke liye
koi mera sher suno
haaye
koi nahin sunta
kaun karta doston
duniya mein shaayar ki kadar
ghoomte firte hain ye shaayar ke bacche dar badar

———————-
Part II
———————

kaun karta doston duniya mein shayar ki kadar
mori kadar nahin jaane raam rahen
mori kadar nahin jaane ram rahen
sapt suran teen graam
aam ke aam
guthli ke daam
saa re ga ma
haaye raam
aa ha ha
waah ustaad

saa re ga ma
haaye raam
dhum t na n n n n na na na na
mori kadar nahin ja ja o ja ja
mori kadar nahin ja ja ja ja
ja mori kadar nahin
ja mori kadar nahin
ja mori kadar nahin

johny o ho o johny
j j johny o johny duniya faani faani faani
o ho o jolly hey hey johny
o johny johny johny johny
haaye johny

koi ek aana koi do aana
koi teen aana koi chaar aana
koi ek aana koi do aana
koi teen aana koi char aana

aasha aasha pukaaroon main van mein
o meri aasha
bandhi astabal mein haan
o o o
mujhe baap ne ghar se nikaala
ae haaye kar diya munh mera kaala
o aasha aashaa aashaa
kar diya munh mera kaala
o tere liye kar diya munh mera kaala
haay aasha ji kar diya munh mera kala
aasha ji aasha ji aasha aasha ji haaye haaye
aasha ji aasha ji aasha aasha ji

fukut vukut de dheel dheel
fukut vukut de dheel dheel
o mera neela patang kare
dushman se jung
iske baap ke rang dhang dekh lo
mera neela patang kare dushman se jung
dekho dekho dekho
are dekho dekho dekho

dekh liya duniya ke mela
log hain rang rangeele ae ae ae ae
koi kam hai koi jyaada aa
par sabke purje dheele
koi ek aana koi do aana
koi teen aana koi char aana
koi ek aana koi do aana
koi teen aana koi chaar aana
is duniya me sab pagal hain
hum pagal hai solha aana
koi ek aana koi do aana
koi teen aana koi chaar aana
koi ek aana koi do aana
koi teen aana koi chaar aana
hey bacho


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Blog Day : 3839 Post No. : 14851

Mohammed Rafi – Duets – ‘अ’  से  ‘ह’ तक  (From ‘अ’ to ‘ह’) – 33
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‘स’ – सुन गोरी खोल ज़रा घूँघट का डोर ॰ ॰ ॰

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॰ ॰ ॰जिनके मिलन को तरसे
वो तो ना आए
मौसम आए जाये॰ ॰ ॰

It is your words that tell of this predicament. Seasons come and go, as they have, year on year on year. . .  but the one who this heart wants to listen to again, has not returned after going away. . .

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Rafi Sb has sung playback for a whole range of performers all the way from mid 1940s to early 1980s, and then some. He never declined to sing for any actor, be that a newcomer, a junior artist, or even non-entities who made just one song, one film appearances. On the other hand, the association of Rafi Sb’s voice with some very important and specific performers, has been well discussed and documented. Almost invariably, Rafi Sb was the singing voice for these artists, no matter what.

One name that is very familiar in this context is Johnny Walker. Starting his career as a small time comedian, Johnny Walker went on to command such importance in the film world that his role, and invariably a song lip-synched by him, was part of a formula in the world of Hindi cinema. Pick any Johnny Walker film in 1950s and 1960s – you can be sure there is also a song performed by him, with playback from Rafi Sb. Rafi Sb was able to create that unique and peculiar rendition for Johnny Walker songs, that blended so seamlessly with actor’s dialogue delivery and acting styles. That is the depth of the singing prowess of Rafi Sb. And it applies across all actors. He sang for them, in their own styles, almost completely making himself invisible inside that actor.

Today’s song in this series is a typical Johnny Walker song. The film is ‘Phool Baney Angaarey’ from 1963. The film is produced under the banner of Asiatic Arts Production, and is directed by Suraj Prakash. This is a social drama that weaves a story of a joint family during the period of India’s 1962 war with China. The star cast includes Mala Sinha, Raj Kumar, Johnny Walker, Ashish Kumar, Shammi, Mumtaz Begum, Mukri, Nasreen, Tuntun, Sarita Devi, Lakshmi, Leela Mishra, Chaman Puri, Ravikant, Mansaram, and Bhalla amongst others.

Geet Kosh lists six songs for this film. All songs are written by Anand Bakshi, and the music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji. Two songs of this film are already showcased here.

In this duet, Rafi Sb is accompanied by Kamal Barot. On screen, the song is performed by Johnny Walker and Shammi. The scenario is the first night of a newlywed couple. The groom is making efforts and requesting the bride to open her ghunghat and allow him to see her face. The exchange is comical, of course, given that Johnny Walker is the groom. He even mentions that yes, they have met before also, but that he just wants to confirm that he got married to the same person.

Enjoy this fun song, the penultimate in this series. Concluding episode should be coming shortly. 🙂

Song – Sun Gori Khol Zara Ghunghat Ka Door  (Phool Baney Angaarey) (1963) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Kamal Barot, Lyrics – Anand Bakshi, MD – Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics 

sun gori khol zara ghunghat ka door
ghunghat ka door
honay bhi de zara akhiyaan four
oon hoon
sun gori khol zara ghunghat ka door
ghunghat ka door
honay bhi de zara akhiyaan four

yaad hai tujhe chaupaati ka wo footpath
hui thi jahaan hamaari pehli mulaqaat
aaa haan
yaad hai tujhe chaupaati ka wo footpath
hui thi jahaan hamaari pehli mulaqaat
dekhoon zara tu hai wahi ya hai koi aur
sun gori khol zara ghunghat ka door
ghunghat ka door
honay bhi de zara akhiyaan four
oon hoon
sun gori khol zara ghunghat ka door
ghunghat ka door
honay bhi de zara akhiyaan four

main hoon tera husband
tu hai meri wife
ye hi afsos to rahegi saari life
ain
kya kaha
hee
arey main hoon tera husband
tu hai meri wife
ye hi afsos to rahegi saari life
life pe karenge hum phir kabhi gaur
sun gori khol zara ghunghat ka door
ghunghat ka door
honay bhi de zara akhiyaan four
oon hoon
sun gori khol zara ghunghat ka door
ghunghat ka door
honay bhi de zara akhiyaan four
bhaai
four

yaad hai tujhe wo mera taan tod saang
saang tha kaahe ka wo thi murge ki baang
[cock a doodle sounds]
yaad hai tujhe wo mera taan tod saang
sang tha kaahe ka wo thi murge ki baang
tu ne usi baang pe kaha tha once more
o sun gori khol zara ghunghat ka door
ghunghat ka door
honay bhi de zara akhiyaan four
oon hoon
sun gori khol zara ghunghat ka door
ghunghat ka door
honay bhi de zara akhiyaan four

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Hindi Script Lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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सुन गोरी खोल ज़रा घूँघट का डोर
घूँघट का डोर
होने भी दे ज़रा अखियाँ फोर
ऊँ हूँ
सुन गोरी खोल ज़रा घूँघट का डोर
घूँघट का डोर
होने भी दे ज़रा अखियाँ फोर

याद है तुझे चौपाटी का वो फूटपाथ
हुई थी जहां हमारी पहली मुलाकात
आ हाँ
याद है तुझे चौपाटी का वो फूटपाथ
हुई थी जहां हमारी पहली मुलाकात
देखूँ ज़रा तू है वही या है कोई और
सुन गोरी खोल ज़रा घूँघट का डोर
घूँघट का डोर
होने भी दे ज़रा अखियाँ फोर
ऊँ हूँ
सुन गोरी खोल ज़रा घूँघट का डोर
घूँघट का डोर
होने भी दे ज़रा अखियाँ फोर

मैं हूँ तेरा हसबेंड
तू है मेरी वाइफ़
ये ही अफसोस तो रहेगा सारी लाइफ
ऐं
क्या कहा
ही
अरे मैं हूँ तेरा हसबेंड
तू है मेरी वाइफ़
ये ही अफसोस तो रहेगा सारी लाइफ
लाइफ पे करेंगे हम फिर कभी गौर
सुन गोरी खोल ज़रा घूँघट का डोर
घूँघट का डोर
होने भी दे ज़रा अखियाँ फोर
ऊँ हूँ
सुन गोरी खोल ज़रा घूँघट का डोर
घूँघट का डोर
होने भी दे ज़रा अखियाँ फोर

याद है तुझे वो मेरा तान तोड़ सांग
सांग था काहे का वो थी मुर्गे की बांग
[मुर्गे की बांग का शब्द]
याद है तुझे वो मेरा तान तोड़ सांग
सांग था काहे का वो थी मुर्गे की बांग
तूने उसी बांग पे कहा था वंस मोर
ओ सुन गोरी खोल ज़रा घूँघट का डोर
घूँघट का डोर
होने भी दे ज़रा अखियाँ फोर
ऊँ हूँ
सुन गोरी खोल ज़रा घूँघट का डोर
घूँघट का डोर
होने भी दे ज़रा अखियाँ फोर


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 : 3838 Post No. : 14848

Mohammed Rafi – Duets – ‘अ’  से  ‘ह’ तक  (From ‘अ’ to ‘ह’) – 32
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‘श’ – शम्मा पे परवाना जलने से डरता नहीं ॰ ॰ ॰

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फिर तेरी याद नए गीत सुनाने आई. . .

Yes, everyday. It seems there is a new song that you have sung for us, once again. Remembering you, everyday.

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Well, if the film name is ‘Shola Jo Bhadke’, it would not be a coincidence that this film is by Bhagwan Dada. Today’s song in this series is from this 1961 film.

The phenomenal success of the film ‘Albela’ (1951) and its songs, prompted Bhagwan Dada to try and replicate that success many times over the next few years. But sadly none of the spin offs really came any close to repeating the success of the original. As I try to trace the career path of Bhagwan Dada as a producer, after the film ‘Albela’ in 1951, he went on to produce and direct the following,

  • ‘Jhamela’ in 1953, with Geeta Bali in female lead and music by C Ramchandra
  • ‘Rengeela’, also in 1953, with Poornima in female lead and music by Jamaal Sen
  • ‘Halla Gulla’ in 1954; Shakila and Sajjan are the lead pair and Bhagwan is playing second lead; music by Nisar
  • ‘Pyaara Dushman’ in 1955; Jairaj and Nadira are the lead pair and Bhagwan is playing second lead; music by Nisar
  • ‘Bhaagam Bhaag’ in 1956; Kishore Kumar and Shashikala are the lead pair and Bhagwan is playing second lead; music by OP Nayyar
  • ‘Kar Bhala’, also in 1956; interestingly this film is also listed as a stunt film; Shashikala and Nasir Khan are the lead pair; music is by Chic Choclate
  • And then, ‘Shola Jo Bhadke’ in 1961; Suresh and Radhika are the lead pair and music is by Nisar.

Starting with ‘Albela’ and up to ‘Shola Jo Bhadke’, all films listed above are produced and directed by Bhagwan Dada. After ‘Shola Jo Bhadke’, we do not find any more films being produced and directed by him. The magic of ‘Albela’, sadly could never be recreated.

I must make a note that Bhagwan Dada had directed his first film way back in 1938 (as a co-director for ‘Bahadur Kisan’), and turned a producer in 1942. He set up Jagruti Pictures as his production company, and produced and directed many stunt films. In 1947, he also set up his own Jagruti Studio. ‘Albela’ was the mega moment of his career. But after that, it was downhill all the way. ‘Shola Jo Bhadke’ was, in a manner of speaking, a last attempt.

The star cast of ‘Shola Jo Bhadke’ is listed as Suresh, Radhika, Anwar, Bhagwan, Poornima, Suryakant, Pratima Devi, Kesri, Prem Sagar, Shyam Lal, Vishwas, Baburao, Ram Bharose, Cukkoo and Helen. Geet Kosh lists seven songs for this film. Names of three songwriters are listed – Shyam Hindi, Saba Afghani and Tavish Mehmood. However, songwriter names are not assigned to individual songs, except one. Songwriter name for this song is not attributed. The person who has uploaded this song on YT has indicated the name as Tavish Mehmood.

Music for all the songs is by Nisar, a name that is same as Nisar Bazmi. The singing voices in this song are of Rafi Sb and Suman Kalyanpur.

Song – Shamma Pe Parwaana Jalne Se Darta Nahin  (Shola Jo Bhadke) (1961) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics – [Unattributed], MD – Nisar Bazmi
Mohammed Rafi + Suman Kalyanpur

Lyrics 

shamma pe parwaana jalne se darta nahin
shamma pe parwaana jalne se darta nahin
jaan chali jaaye magar bachke guzarta nahin
shamma pe parwaana jalne se darta nahin

yun to garajte hain sabhi kaun barasta hai
kaun barasta hai
baaten banaane ka yahaan bas yahi rasta hai
bas yahi rasta hai
ho oo oo oo oo
marne ka kehte hain magar. . .
marne ka kehte hain magar
koi bhi marta nahin
shamma pe parwaana jalne se darta nahin

jaan mein toofaan ko kahaan laate hain dilwaale
laate hain dilwaale
khelte maujon se guzar jaate hain dilwaale
jaate hain dilwaale
ho oo oo oo oo
darr ke jo ruk jaaye kabhi. . .
darr ke jo ruk jaaye kabhi
paar utarta nahin
shamma pe parwaana jalne se darta nahin

aaj se hum tere huye chaahe koi roke
chaahe koi roke
hum ne jo chaaha tha wohi baat rahi ho ke
baat rahi ho ke
ho oo oo oo oo
dil se agar dil na miley. . .
dil se agar dil na miley
pyaar sanwarta nahin
shamma pe parwaana jalne se darta nahin
shamma pe parwaana jalne se darta nahin

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Hindi Script Lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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शम्मा पे परवाना जलने से डरता नहीं
शम्मा पे परवाना जलने से डरता नहीं
जान चली जाये मगर बचके गुजरता नहीं
शम्मा पे परवाना जलने से डरता नहीं

यूं तो गरजते हैं सभी कौन बरसता है
कौन बरसता है
बातें बनाने का यहाँ बस यही रस्ता है
बस यही रस्ता है
हो ओ ओ ओ ओ
मरने का कहते हैं मगर॰ ॰ ॰
मरने का कहते हैं मगर
कोई भी मरता नहीं
शम्मा पे परवाना जलने से डरता नहीं

जान में तूफाँ को कहाँ लाते हैं दिलवाले
लाते हैं दिलवाले
खेलते मौजों से गुज़र जाते हैं दिलवाले
जाते हैं दिलवाले
हो ओ ओ ओ ओ
डर के जो रुक जाये कभी॰ ॰ ॰
डर के जो रुक जाये कभी
पार उतरता नहीं
शम्मा पे परवाना जलने से डरता नहीं

आज से हम तेरे हुये चाहे कोई रोके
चाहे कोई रोके
हमने जो चाहा था वही बात रही हो के
बात रही हो के
हो ओ ओ ओ ओ
दिल से अगर दिल ना मिले॰ ॰ ॰
दिल से अगर दिल ना मिले
प्यार सँवरता नहीं
शम्मा पे परवाना जलने से डरता नहीं
शम्मा पे परवाना जलने से डरता नहीं


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