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Archive for the ‘Rafi solo’ Category


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Blog Day :

4610 Post No. : 16241

“Aastik”(1956) was produced by Gordhan Das Kakkad and directed by S P Kalla for Rani Productions, Bombay. This “bhakti pradhan” movie had Shahu Modak, Paro, Meenakshi, B M Vyas, Nagpal, Anand Joshi, Pravil Paul, Lotan, Ramesh, Micky, Dinanath, M S Phatak, Naazi, Shaanti, Mithailal, Master Dabboo, Master Babu etc in it.

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

Here is the third song from “Aastik”(1956) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Rafi. S P Kalla is the lyricist. Music is composed by Narayan Dutt.

The devotional song is picturised on Shahu Modak.


Song-Jiska saathi hai bhagwan (Aastik)(1956) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-S P Kalla, MD-Narayan Dutt

Lyrics

o o o
jiska saathi hai bhagwan
usko kya rokega aandhi
aandhi aur toofaan
o o o
jiska saathi hai bhagwaan
usko kya rokega aandhi
aandhi aur toofaan
jiska saathi hai bhagwan

gagan choor ho jaaye
zameen chaahe saagar mein dhans jaaye
gagan choor ho jaaye
zameen chaahe saagar mein dhans jaaye
toofaanon ki god mein chaahe saara jag kho jaaye
paanv na rukne paaye
o o o
jiska saathi hai bhagwaan
usko kya rokega aa aandhi aur toofaan
jiska saathi hai bhagwan

jiske sheesh pe hath hazaaron
chhoo na koyi paayega
jiske sheesh pe haath hazaaron
chhoo na koyi payega
hari naam se ye parwat bhi tinka ban jaayega aa
dhool mein mil jaayega
o o o
jiska saathi hai bhagwan
usko kya rokega aa aandhi aur toofaan
jiska saathi hai bhagwan

bhakt aur hari ka bandhan to
jyun deepak aur baati ee
bhakt aur hari ka bandhan to
jyun deepak aur baati
usi jyot se ye jalti hai
usmein hi mil jaati ee
deh amar ho jaati
o o o
jiska saathi hai bhagwan
usko kya rokega aa aandhi aur toofaan
jiska saathi hai bhagwan
jiska saathi hai bhagwan
jiska saathi hai bhagwan


This article is written by nahm, 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 :

4590 Post No. : 16214

Rafi Sahab’s legendary associations: 01
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Rafi sahab’s association with Vasant Desai started in 1949 with ‘Nai Ta’aleem” and “Narsimha Avtar” and continued till the very last music score by Vasant Desai in Shaque (1976)(Ek dil hai ek jaan hai (Shaque)). Vasant Desai’s active career as a music director is just a bit longer, from 1942 to 1976.

I think this is the first time I am writing a post for a song composed by Vasant Desai. I heard of Vasant Desai in childhood, when my mother used to talk about how he had died in an accident caused by faulty lift, whenever a song from films like Goonj Uthhi Shehnai, Jhanak Jhanak Paayal baaje or Guddi, would play on radio.

This particular song I am presenting is a Rafi solo, only such song in the film ‘Amar Jyoti’ 1965. I was not familiar with it earlier, but it sounded so familiar and sweet on first hearing that I wanted to do the post for it immediately. I had thought of including it in the series of ‘Mohammed Rafi: The incomparable (II)”, but on checking I found that the series is nicely poised at song no. 20 with this song.

So I will conclude that series there, and not have any more songs in that series.

I will start a new series, on various associations of Rafi Sahab with different music directors and singers and lyricist, which left a mark on the hindi film music of the golden era.

Two such collaborations are covered in this song, where music director Vasant Desai, is composing a song with Rafi sahab’s phenomenal singing capabilities, his variations, and Bharat Vyas has written the lyrics. Bharat Vyas is a veteran of mythological films, for which Rafi sahab has sung countless songs under different music directors. I could count 36 songs by Vasant Desai in the excel sheet, many of which are not yet posted in the blog. There are 154 songs written by Bharat Vyas in the excel sheet. Keeping a margin of errors, 150 songs can be taken as written by Bharat Vyas from 1949 to 1982.

The data in our blog and the excel sheet maintained by Atul ji would be a lot accurate in this regard, as we complete the tally of these artist in the blog.
We are a long way away from doing this, judging by the total stats of these three artists in the blog:

Artist Songs in the blog Career tally of songs in HFM
Vasant Desai 181 390
Bharat Vyas 408 1246
Mohammed Rafi 3110 4846

The following 5 songs of Amar Jyoti (1965) are posted in the blog so far:

Song Date of posting
Kalpana ke ghan baraste 9 June 2012
Mera pyaar tadapta hai 3 May 2014
Sambhaal ke qadam rakhna 25 Decmber 2018
Jeewan bhar ham tum saath rahe 22 January 2020
Jhan jhan jhan jhan baaje paayaliyaa 1 February 2021

This solo Rafi song is a classic study of how Rafi Sahab is a legend. Saying it for the umpteenth time is just not enough, as his voice and some inner aura of purity comes oozing out of the words being uttered. The song is composition for Rafi Sahab and him alone. I have no qualms in stating that only Rafi sahab could have elevated this simple and sweet composition to the level that he takes, and makes it an example of how singing could be, from the soul.


Song-Wo phoole phoole phirte hain (Amar Jyoti)(1965) Singer-Mohammed Rafi, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-Vasant Desai
Chorus

Lyrics

aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa

Wo phoole phoole phirte hain
jin ki qismat ko phool mile
ham kis qismat par naaz karen en
ham kis qismat par naaz Karen
jin ko thokar ki dhool mile
wo phoole phoole phirte hain

aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa

ham ne bhi sitaare ae maange thhe
kaliyon ki tamanna ki ham ne
khushiyon se sahaaraa maangaa jab
khushiyon se sahaaraa maangaa jab
to haathh diyaa ham ko gham ne
unn ke sehre pe moti tange
ham ko sehraa ke babool mile
ham kis qismat par naaz karen
jin ko thokar ki dhool mile
wo phoole phoole phirte hain

aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa

unn se kya shikaayat hai ham ko
jin ki taqdeer mein tu bhi hai
apni to kinaare par aa kar
apni to kinaare par aa kar
har baar ye kashti doobi hai
manzil ki meharbaani unn par
jin ko raahen anukool mile
ham kis qismat par naaz Karen
jin ko thokar ki dhool mile
wo phoole phoole phirte hain


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

Blog Day :

4585 Post No. : 16204

“Samrat Prithviraaj Chauhaan”(1959) was directed by Harsukh Bhatt for ‘Dinesh Film, Bombay’. It had Jairaj, Anita Guha, Ulhas, Sapru, B.M. Vyas, Prem Adib, Chand Usmani, Sundar, Ramesh Sinha, Umakant, Shri Bhagwan, Rajkumar, Neelofar, Heera, Anand Joshi, Sudarshan Sethi, Shah, R.S. Dubey, Pinchoo, Sheila Vaaz and others. Leela Mishra and Sulochana made guest appearance in this movie.

This movie had nine songs (including one dance music). Two lyricists viz. Bharat Vyas (seven songs) and Anant Shyam (one song) penned the lyrics. Music was composed by Vasant Desai.

So far, the following six songs (in alphabetical order) from this movie have been posted on the blog;

S.No. Song Title Posted on
01 Aapas ki phoot se baar baar badly rajdhaani hai 20.06.2011
02 Chhup chhup ke hamse na nainaa milaao jee 18.04.2011
03 Janani janmbhoomi swarg se mahaan hai 07.07.2011
04 Lo kaamna pooran hui 20.04.2011
05 Maajhi re himmat na haar 27.12.2012
06 Naa naa naa barso baadal 28.08.2009

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

We are going to listen to this song today, which is in the voice of Mohd Rafi. Lyrics are by Anant Shyam and music is composed by Vasant Desai.

Let us listen to the song now …

Video (Partial)


Audio

Song-Dhanyvaad kavichand pukaare (Samrat Prithviraj Chauhan) (1959) Singer: Mohd. Rafi, Lyrics-Anant Shyam, MD-Vasant Desai

Lyrics

arey kahaan ke ae
dhanyawaad
kavichand pukaare ae
jug jug jiyo kanojirai
manokaamnaa pooran huyi hai
kari hai kripaa
sharda maay

gajbhar chhaati
jaichanda ki ee ee
kaaya singh baran jo suhaay

arey moonchhen chaat rahin gaalon ko
ah ahaa ha
moonchhe chaat rahin gaalon ko o
choli badle wohi rahi jaaye

kya kehna hai raajneeti ko
raja Ramchandra sharmaat
arrey dushman ke ghar se main aaya
swaagat kiyo mitr ki bhaant

kilaa banaaya hai lohe ka
rakshaa kare kang ki dhaar
arrey kya majaal jo praan bachaa kar
panchhi nikal jaaye us paar h
chauthhe parkote ke andar
banaa swayamwar laal kamaal

arrey bade bade raajaa ha aa
ahaa haa haa
bade bade raaja
chadhhi chadhhi aayen
dekhen kise milat jaimaal
arey gajab dhaak jaychand rai ki
dhamke saaraa hindustan

arrey baat karoon kyaa
baat karoon kyaa
baat karoon kyaa
baat karoon kya auran ki
jab
kaanpe
kaanpe
kaanpe
ho jab kaanpe
dilli ka Chauhan ….


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Blog Day :

4579 Post No. : 16188

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2011-2021) – Song No. 5
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Though January 2011 was a slow month, with only one or to songs being covered on most days of the month, 30 january 2011 was an exception.As many as six songs were covered on this day. Here are the details:-

Blog Post number Song Movie Year Remarks
3465 Jab tumne muhabbat chheen li Amaanat 1955 YIPPEED by now
3466 Lelo sone ka laddoo Multi part song Paisa Hi Paisa 1956 5 songs covered out of 10
3467 Dil hai ye tera dil tu liye jaa Ghulaam Begam Baadshah 1956 3 songs covered out of 6
3468 O mere bichhde balam Mr John 1959 3 songs covered out of 6
3469 Jhoom jhoom kar chali akeli Taj 1956 YIPPEED by now
3470 Aankhon mein tum dil mein tum ho Half ticket 1962 YIPPEED by now

Three movies have since been YIPPEED in the blog. That still leaves us with as many as three songs that are eligible for Blog Ten Year Challenge today.

“Mr John”(1959) is one of the eligible movie. This movie as produced by Inder and directed by Nigam for N.K.Productions, Bombay. This movie had Johnny Walker, Shyama, Helen, Lalita Pawar, Iftekhar, Krishna Kumari, Mumtaz, Tuntun, Mohan Choti, Kamal Mohan, Samson, Uma Dutt, Ravi,Champak lala, Rashid, Daraaz, Wahid, Genious, Tiwaari, Ramlal, Anil, Singh, Jaani, Gaus, Tarun Kumar, Ajay Kumar, Ajit, B.Fazle Karim, Mukhtar, Pandit Baijnath etc in it.

The movie had seven songs in it. Five songs have been covered in the past. Here are the details of the songs covered in the past :-

Song Date posted
O mere bichhde balam 30 January 2011
Aao ham pyaar karen pyaar karen pyaar karen 23 June 2017
Beta sambhal ke chalna 4 June 2018
Tip tip to mere dil hain do 27 August 2018
Mujhe dekho hoti der 27 March 2020

As Blog Ten Year Challenge, here is the sixth song from the movie. The song is sung by Rafi, ith chorus. Jaan Nisaar Akhtar is the lyricist/ Music is composed by N Datta.

Only the audio of the song is available. The audio has the voice of Johny Salker in the beginning. So it is a tell tale sgn that this song as picturised on Johny Walker.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra

Audio link:

Song-Chhakke ke ooper chhakka (Mr John)(1959) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Jaan Nisaar Akhtar, MD-N Datta
Chorus

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)

chhakkey ke oopar chhakka
chhakkaa
wohi khilaadi puccaa
puccaa
jo haath jeetey pehlaa aaa
hoyye maar beta nehle pe dehlaa
hoyye maar beta nehle pe dehlaa
hoyye maar beta nehle pe dehlaa

chhakkey ke oopar chhakkaa
chhakkaa
wohi khilaadi puccaa
puccaa
jo haath jeetey pehlaa aa
hoyye maar beta nehle pe dehlaa
hoyye maar beta nehle pe dehlaa
hoyye maar beta nehle pe dehlaa

na race mere bas ki hai beta
na tere bas ka sattaa aaa haan
na race mere bas ki hai beta
na tere bas ka sattaa

ho ho o haaraa agar hai kar ley baraabar
haaraa agar hai kar ley baraabar
karta hai kyun dil khattaa bhaaai
khattaa
aa jaa zara dil behlaa aaa
hoyye maar beta nehle pe dehlaa
hoyye maar beta nehle pe dehlaa
hoyye maar beta nehle pe dehlaa

dil khol kar jo naavaan ladaaye
kab woh khilaadi haarey haan aan
dil khol kar jo naavaan ladaaye
kab woh khilaadi haarey ae

ho ho o aisaa kahaan phir maukaa milegaa
aisaa kahaan phir maukaa milegaa
paisa banaa ley pyaarey
pyaarey
sethon ka seth to kehlaa..aa
hoyye maar beta nehle pe dehlaa
hoyye maar beta nehle pe dehlaa
hoyye maar beta nehle pe dehlaa

phirte hain aisey kitne lutere
khaa jaayein lekar chandaa kyon bhaa..aai
phirte hain aisey kitne lutere
khaa jaayein lekar chandaa

ho ho o hum to kahenge phir bhi hai achcha
hum to kahenge phir bhi hai achcha
laakhon se apna dhandhaa
dhandhaa
baitaa na sar ko sehlaa
hoyye maar beta nehle pe dehlaa
hoyye maar beta nehle pe dehlaa
hoyye maar beta nehle pe dehlaa
chhakkey ke oopar chhakka

chhakka
wohi khilaadi puccaa
puccaa bhaai
jo haath jeetey pehlaa
hoyye maar beta nehle pe dehlaa
hoyye maar beta nehle pe dehlaa
hoyye maar beta nehle pe dehlaaa


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Blog Day :

4576 Post No. : 16184

“Baaghi Haseena”(1965) was directed by Ram for Award Films, Bombay. This obscure movie had Jairaj, Chitra, Sherry, Sheikh Helen etc in it.

One obscure song from this obscure movie has been covered in the past. Here is the second song from “Baaghi Haseena”(1965) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Rafi. Lyricist is not knon. Music is composed by P D Sharma.

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


Song-Ek ek tinke par yoon kab tak insaanon ka khoon bahega(Baaghi Haseena)(1965) Singer-Rafi, MD-P D Sharma
Chorus

Lyrics

kya ye gareeb insaan jahaan mein aen
jeene ke haqdaar nahin
jaise tumhi duniya ke khuda ho
aur koi paalanhaa aar nahin

ek ek tinke par yoon kab tak
insaanon ka khoon bahega (aa aa aa aa)
aakhir is duniya mein hamesha
kaun raha hai kaun rahega (aa aa aa aa)
ek ek tinke par yoon kab tak

insaanon ke haathon aakhir
bikta rahega insaan kab tak
maan behanon ki izzat se yoon(aa aa aa aa)
maan behanon ki izzat se yoon
khelenge ye haiwaan kab tak
khelenge ye haiwaan kab tak
aur kahaan tak kamzoron par
taaqatwar ka zor chalega (aa aa aa aa)
aakhir is duniya mein hamesha
kaun raha hai kaun rahega(aa aa aa aa)
ek ek tinke pe yoon kab tak

jung ke baadal chhant jaayenge
aman ke parcham lehraayenge
ho ke rahegi aisi sahar bhi ee ee(aa aa aa aa)
ho ke rahegi aisi sahar bhi
jis se andhere mit jaayenge
jis se andhere mit jaayenge ae ae(aa aa aa aa)(aa aa aa aa)


This article is written by nahm, 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 :

4546 Post No. : 16122

28/12/2020 – Death anniversary of Pandit Husnlal (Husnlal-Bhagatram)

I have admitted in a post earlier that when I started my journey in the blog, that I could not recognize the name Husnlal-Bhagatram. I knew some of their songs well from radio days, but their MD’s name was conspicuously absent from the consciousness. Only explanation to this I can think of is that most of those known songs were Suraiyya songs and heard on AIR urdu service “aapki farmaish” programme. The reception of AIR’s (Urdu service) in Mumbai was so bad in 80’s that hardly anything said could have registered, unless one sits near the radio and concentrates on what is being said. Even then mostly it was difficult to comprehend, I can recall from memory. So, the name ‘Husnlal-Bhagatram’ was not known to me.

Husnlal was the younger brother of Bhagatram and also his junior in the field. As per Wikipedia, Pandit Husnlal was born in 1918 and died on 28/12/1968. Husnlal Bhagatram, alongwith their elder cousin Pandit Amarnath, are credited with training Shankar of Shankar-Jaikishan and Laxmikant of Laxmikant-Pyarelal, Khaiyyam and Mahendra Kapoor.

I had the link of this story telling song from the 1949 film ‘Jaltarang’ saved, for posting as Husnlal Bhagatram song, but their filmography in both imdb and Wikipedia is not listing this film, for some reason. I was just about to recheck from myswar.com to confirm that the music of this film is indeed by Husnlal Bhagatram, when I found this article on songsofyore.

On going through this useful article listing many of Husnlal Bhagatram’s better-known songs, I got the confirmation about “Jaltarang’ 1949. Also, from the comments and discussion it has transpired that the baton for melodious music shifted to Shankar Jaikishan from Husnlal Bhagatram, during the crossover of 40’s to 50’s decade. I am not surprised, as the interesting connection between these famous songs by these two composer duos is also evident:
Jiya bekaraar hai by Shankar Jaikishan
Tere nainon ne chori kiya mera chhota sa jiya by Husnlal Bhagatram.

The article has also remined me of this melodious Rafi-Lata duet.

Since making that comment about this being among the top 50 Rafi-Lata duets, in 2011, I have revisited the song a number of times and never tire of listening to it.

These five songs from Jaltarang 1949 are already posted in the blog:

Song Date posted
Lut gayi ummeedon ki duniyaa 1 March 2011
Nainon ke mast ishaare 24 June 2011
Haay taqdeer meri haay taqdeer meri 30 June 2011
Zara tumne dekha to pyaar aa gayaa 12 August 2011
Musaafir sada geet gaaye chalaa chal 1 September 2019

The remaining 4 songs are all Rafi solos, so we are in for a treat if all of them are available. If I am not mistaken, Husnlal Bhagatram can also be credited with starting the trend of having all male songs in the film by Rafi. Certainly, that was not the norm in 1949, but in this film ‘Jaltarang’ Rafi sahib is the only male singer. Certainly, in ‘Aansoo’1953 no other male singer is credited, while for the one song remaining to be posted, singers name is unavailable. “Shama Parwana” 1954 is having only Rafi sahib as male playback singer. Naushad Sahab did this only in Aan 1952 for the first time. This issue calls for some deep research.

The song I am presenting as a tribute for Pandit Husnlal, is a Rafi solo, written by by Kaif Irfani and composed by the ever-melodious Husnlal-Bhagatram. As per excel sheet this song is picturized on ‘Rehman’.

Rafi sahab has just completed 3100 songs in the blog. Kaif Irfani’s tally is at 75 (total written is not known). Husnlal Bhagatram is at 291 out of 451 total songs composed in 50 movies. At a guess the songs by Rafi, Lata and Suraiyya should cross the 100 figures under Husnlal Bhagatram. This gives a fair idea of the important part played by Husnlal Bhaagatram in the careers of these giants.


Song-Tumhen sunaayen ek kahaani hai ye badi suhaani (Jal Tarang)(1949) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Kaif Irfani, MD-Husnlal Bhagatram

Lyrics

tumhen sunaayen ek kahaani
tumhen sunaayen ek kahaani
hai ye badi suhaani
prem nagar mein aake utri
roop nagar ki raani
ho o roop nagar ki raani
mast adaayen nain katari
mast adaayen nain kataari
nikhri hui jawaani
aisa uska roop suhaana
duniya hui deewaani
ho o duniya hui deewaani

is nagri mein us shahzaadi ne kiya jab thhikaana
ik shahzaada dekh ke usko
ik shahzaada dekh ke usko
bahut hua deewaana
us par kiya nichhaavar usne
apna maal khazaana
dekho kismat baat ko kaise
karti hai afsaana
ho o karti hai afsaana
tumhen sunaayen ek kahaani
tumhen sunaayen ek kahaani
hai ye badi suhaani
prem nagar mein aake utri
roop nagar ki raani
ho o roop nagar ki raani

phir shahzaade ne uske
kadmon pe sheesh jhukaaya
usne apna pyaara jeewan
usne apna pyaara jeewan
usko bhent chhadaaya
shama ko dekh ke tab parwaana
jalne se ghabraaya
kya jaane ye pagli duniya
usey maza kya aaya
ho o usey maza kya aaya
tumhen sunnayen ek kahaani
tumhen sunanyen ek kahaani
hai ye badi suhaani
prem nagar mein aake utri
roop nagar ki raani
ho o roop nagar ki raani


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 :

4542 Post No. : 17116 Movie Count :

4396

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Hindi songs in Malayalam films-2
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Hullo Atuldom

I am not attempting a tribute to the great favorite of millions of Hindi film music lovers. I am sure there are many Atulites who are competent and will do a great job of it.

I am just presenting HFM lovers a song which is not from a Hindi movie. I landed on this song as I was going through the discography of the singer whose voice has mesmerized an entire generation and his fans exist across the length and breadth of this vast country and beyond the boundaries. His fan following is not bounded by language barriers as we know that he has sung in various Indian and foreign languages.

So without beating around the bush, I shall straight away get to the song. It is from the 27th June, 1980 released, Malayalam movie “Thaliritta Kinakkal”. ‘Thalir’ means tender leaf and ‘Kinakkal’ means dreams. So the title should loosely translate to ‘Tender Dreams’.

It was directed by P. Gopikumar, Jamal Kochangadi was the story, screenplay and dialogue writer. When I read the cast of the movie I was astonished to find Madhu Malini and Tanuja’s names; of course I am aware that Madhu Malini (sister in many Hindi movies of the ’80s) had done a few movies in Malayalam. But Tanuja!!! (I need to see this movie). More importantly for the sake of the song with this post.

I was amused to see the actor – Padmadalakshan (who was more popular as Kuthiravattam Pappu) – lip syncing to this wonderful voice of HFM. I immediately showed the video of the song to my dear Mom-in-law as I was having trouble recalling the name of the lady to whom the song was being addressed. She instantly pointed the direction and I recalled the various characters that this lady has played in Malayalam movies; beginning her career in 1957 till her death in 2009; her last release was in 2004. This lady goes by the name Adoor Bhavani. She was a Kerala Sangeetha Natak Academy award winning stage actress as well as popular enough to have appeared in about 450 films. She was also associated with Kerala People’s Art Club.

Coming back to the song. The makers of this movie, being huge fans of the Hindi film legend were keen on getting him to record for them. The legend commented that he needed a few weeks to learn the pronunciation of the language and also the meaning as without that he would not be able to impart the right emotions. Don’t we know this about our legend- how meticulous he was about each and every song that he has recorded. Whether it were his ‘halke-phulke’ “yahoo-type” songs, “bapu ki yeh amar kahaani” type patriotic songs, or any ghazal, bhajan, highly romantic or supremely melodious sad numbers. This legend was a go-to for songs of every genre and actor and emotion and pitch. There has been no replacement for him.

I seem to be straying.

So, as I said earlier, there are fans of this legend across the country and it is a small wonder that the makers of “Thaliritta Kinnakal” approached the legend and he didn’t refuse them. But I would surely love to know what transpired in the interim and the legend ended up recording a Hindi song for the Malayalam film.

Thus, we are having a Hindi song from a Malayalam film, sung by our very own Mohd. Rafi saab (I am sure I didn’t have to mention the playback singer’s name) which is lip synced by Kuthiravattam Pappu addressing Adoor Bhavani. We see, as the song is coming to a close, Adoor Bhavani is actually dancing to the song that is playing on a Two-in-one. I vividly recall that it was customary for all gulf-returnees to get one for their dear ones back home. We also see that ‘Pappu’ spies Bhavani and calls Madhu Malini too, to enjoy the sight of the 50-year-old lady’s antics.

The composer is Jithin Shyam and Aayish Kamal is the lyricist.

I would like to mention here that both these talented actors of Malayalam are impersonating characters usually played by Prem Nazir and Jayabharathi (the pair known for romantic duets of those times). I am assuming that this is part of the comic-romantic-sub plot of the movie something that our Mehmood used to excel in with either Shubha Khote or Aruna Irani in tow.
Wishing that our Rafisaab was here, in this mortal world, to see us, his fans, going crazy on his 96th birthday.


Song-Jaadoo hai meethha meethha jaana meri baaton mein (Thaliritta Kinakkal)(Malayalam)(1980) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Aayish Kamal, MD-Jithin Shyam

Lyrics

shabaab leke woh
jaane shabaab aaya hai
utar ke jaise yahaan
aaftaab aaya hai
tujh ko o
chaand sitaare salaam
kehte hain
teri aankhen hain ya koi jaam
kehte hain
jaadu hai meetha meetha
jaana meri baaton mein
apna bana hi loonga
ik do mulaaqaaton mein
jaadu hai meetha meetha
jaana meri baaton mein
apna bana hi loonga
ik do mulaaqaaton mein
ho o o dilrubaa aa
jaane adaa aa aa aa aa
sun zaraa aa aa

chaahat pe zor kisi baat ka kabhi na chala
shama jali toh wahin aake parwaana jala
chaahat ke rog se bacha hai yahaan kaun bhala
ae mere dil tu u u u
ho na beqaabu u u u
haan
saara zamaana dekha tujh sa mila na koi
mehfil mein aaya tere pyaar ka deewaana koi
jalwe lutaate huye
chhed de taraana koi
hai yehi maukaa aa aa aa aa
yoon toh na sharmaa aa aa aa aa
haan
jaadu hai meetha meetha
jaana meri baaton mein
apna bana hi loonga
ek do mulaaqaaton mein
jaadu hain meetha meetha
jaana meri baaton mein
apna bana hi loonga
ek do mulaaqaaton mein
ho o o dilrubaa aa aa
jaane adaa aa aa aa aa
sun zaraa aa aa
jaane adaa aa aa
sun zaraa aa aa
o o o


This article is written by Raja, 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 :

4542 Post No. : 16114

Hello everyone,

I’m back here after another long absence.

And as usual, it is a very special anniversary that brings me back to writing here.

To be honest, I’m very much out of touch with writing nowadays. Can’t even remember when I last wrote anything more than 280 characters. So this post is going to be a struggle – but I still want to go through with it, because it is about someone who is very dear to me.

And not just to me, but to millions of music lovers around the world.

I’m talking about Rafisaab, of course.

Today is his birth anniversary – and I am sure there are many around the world who are remembering him very fondly today. On this day every day, there are also concerts held in various places to celebrate the occasion.

The mark that Rafisaab has left on the Hindi film industry cannot be described in words. The best way to probably understand his impact is to imagine the industry if he’d never been part of it.

It’s extremely hard to imagine it, isn’t it?
How much poorer would the world of music have been!

I often say the word “legend” is overused and abused nowadays. People who don’t have the required stature get loosely referred to as “legends”.

But when you use the same term for a person like Rafisaab, it suddenly feels the other way round. As if the word “legend” doesn’t have the required stature to be used for Rafisaab. 🙂

I’ve written a LOT of posts here on Rafisaab. More than on anyone else, I think. On his birth anniversary every year, death anniversary every year, on various milestone occasions.

I’ve written about his songs, his character, my own experiences listening to him – so yes, I’ve covered the entire gamut of Rafisaab content that I can think of.

And yet, I write not so much to add anything to anyone’s knowledge (most people know more than me anyway), as to offer my own tribute to the great man, in my own small way, on each of these occasions.

So where do I start?

Let me start with his songs.

Only the other day, a couple of weeks ago, I got into the mood to tweet some songs on Twitter. I do that occasionally – just for fun. I listen to a song on youtube, and then tweet it, sometimes with a hashtag #nowlistening.

It wasn’t meant to be a Rafisaab playlist at all – but that’s how it ended up. 🙂
Simple reason – once I start listening to Rafisaab songs, there’s no stopping the flow. So it ended up becoming one long Rafisaab session, which others also seemed to enjoy.

The songs kept flowing, starting with “yahaan badla wafaa ka” to “maine rakha hai mohabbat”, “mujhe dekh kar aapka muskuraana”, “jaag dil-e-deewaana”, “aaj puraani raahon se”, “husnwaale tera jawaab nahin”, “jaane kya dhoondhti rehti hain”, “tumhaari zulf ke”, “caravan guzar gaya”, “sukh ke sab saathi”, “maine shaayad tumhe”, “zara sun haseena-e-naazneen” and so many more.

Different moods – happy and sad.
Different genres – ghazals, bhajans, qawwalis, classical.

And that’s the thing with Rafisaab.
He had such mastery over every form of singing that he never came up short in any one form to disappoint you.
Not only did he have a divine voice, it was also his mastery over his field that set him apart. It was his humility that he often pointed upwards to God, suggesting it was all His doing. But it must have been a combination of a God-given voice, AND a huge amount of hard work. After all, he did riyaaz for hours daily.

Like millions of others, I too consider myself very fortunate to have been able to listen to Rafisaab songs. He was in a league of his own.

And yet, that’s not the only reason I have such a high regard for Rafisaab.
As we all know, Rafisaab was also an exceptionally good human being.
In fact, if there is ever an interview with anyone who knew Rafisaab, while there would obviously be mention of his singing, there would almost invariably be a mention of what an outstanding person he was.

And that’s because this is a rare quality, especially in an industry where artistes tend to get egoistic when they become successful and famous.

Rafisaab was an exception. For many years, he was the biggest name in male playback singing. He could easily have thrown his weight around. Kept people waiting. Demanded a higher fee. Dictated terms to composers who were queuing up to use him for their songs.

But he did none of this.

He was thoroughly professional – always respecting the role of the music director. Even if his stature was much greater than that of the MD.
In fact, after singing a song, he’d seek approval from the composer.
On the rare occasion when the composer wasn’t entirely happy and wanted another take, Rafisaab wouldn’t complain. He’d just comply – after all, the music director was the boss.

This attitude also explains why he didn’t seek higher compensation in the form a share of royalty. To him, he was a singer who had received a sum for rendering a song. Once he’d done that, he’d done his job. He didn’t seek more reward than that. Right or wrong, that was his mindset.

There are many stories about Rafisaab that illustrate what a good human being he was.

How he wouldn’t charge money (except a token one rupee) from struggling music directors.

How he’d donate money to help needy families, even without their knowledge who the benefactor was.

For all his stature and fame, Rafisaab was a remarkably humble person. And not just fake humility, but genuinely so.

When you put all this together, you can only marvel at the person he was.
So brilliant at his field, and yet such a remarkably good human being.

This is why he is SO loved by millions.
Obviously his songs are what first attract him to people, but when they know more about the person, their love and admiration goes to a completely different level.

This is also why, though I haven’t written in ages, I chose to write a post for him today. It’s the least I can do.

Now onto the song for today.

It’s from Bombay Talkie (1970).

I remember hearing about this film as a kid, though I saw it for the first time only a few years ago. The song “typewriter tip tip tip tip” was quite popular, from what I remember.

Such is my memory nowadays that I’ve already forgotten the storyline of the film, though I saw it only a few years ago. But I don’t think it was like the usual Hindi film of the time, seeing as it’s a Merchant-Ivory production. Their movies always had a different feel to them.

The film stars Shashi Kapoor and Jennifer Kendal (his wife in real life).
Should be fun to watch them together.

I think I might just do that – try to watch this film again.
The one advantage of having a poor memory is that you can keep watching the same film again, and each time it feels like the first time. 🙂

The song for today is “tum mere pyaar ki duniya”.

A lively song from Rafisaab, and I daresay, a song quite typical of the time.

Lyrics for this were given to me by Avinashji.
This now seems to be the pattern of my posts here.
Post written by me, lyrics by Avinashji. 🙂
The only difference between this and other posts is that usually Avinashji sends me lyrics, and requests me to write a post. This time I decided to write a post on Rafisaab, and then requested Avinashji to pick a suitable song.
I wanted a happy song, because the occasion is Rafisaab’s birth anniversary – a happy event. 🙂
As always, Avinashji promptly obliged.

I request you to please listen to this happy and lively song, and remember what joy Rafisaab has given us.

Am sure I speak for millions of music lovers when I say that he will always have a very special place in our hearts.

Audio

Song-Tum mere pyaar ki duniya mein basi ho jabse (Bombay Talkie)(1971) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

tum mere pyaar ki duniyaa mein
basi ho jab se
tum mere pyaar ki duniyaa mein
basi ho jab se
zarre zarre mein
mujhe pyaar nazar aataa hai
meri har saans mein aati hai
tumhaari khushboo
saaraa aalam mujhe
gulzaar nazar aataa hai
tum mere pyaar ki duniyaa mein
basi ho jab se
zarre zarre mein
mujhe pyaar nazar aataa hai
meri har saans mein aati hai
tumhaari khushboo
saaraa aalam mujhe
gulzaar nazar aataa hai
tum mere pyaar ki duniyaa mein
basi ho jabse

aisaa lagtaa hai ke
hariyaale ghaney pedon mein
tum bhi maujood ho
patton mein chhupi baithhi ho
shaakh hilti hai kisi naazneen
baahon ki tarah
aur gumaan hotaa hai
tum jaise yahin rehti ho
tum mere pyaar ki duniyaa mein
basi ho jab se
zarre zarre mein
mujhe pyaar nazar aataa hai
meri har saans mein aati hai
tumhaari khushboo
saaraa aalam mujhe
gulzaar nazar aataa hai
tum mere pyaar ki duniyaa mein
basi ho jabse ae

jab guzartaa hai
mere jism ko baadal chhoo kar
phir koi reshmi aanchal mujhe
yaad aataa hai
main to har cheez mein paataa hoon
tumhaaraa chehra
ishq kya kya mujhe
parchhaayiyaan dikhlaataa hai
tum mere pyaar ki duniyaa mein
basi ho jab se
zarre zarre mein
mujhe pyaar nazar aataa hai
meri har saans mein aati hai
tumhaari khushboo
saaraa aalam mujhe
gulzaar nazar aataa hai
tum mere pyaar ki duniyaa mein
basi ho jab se ae

dhoop aur chhaaon ke manzar bhi
ajab manzar hain
jab nazar milti hai
sau teer chalaa dete hain
aur phoolon ke chhalaktey se katore hardam
bin piye hi mujhe
mastaana banaa dete hain
tum mere pyaar ki duniyaa mein
basi ho jab se
zarre zarre mein
mujhe pyaar nazar aataa hai
meri har saans mein aati hai
tumhaari khushboo
saaraa aalam mujhe
gulzaar nazar aataa hai
tum mere pyaar ki duniyaa mein
basi ho jab se ae

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
——————————————-

तुम मेरे प्यार की दुनिया में
बसी हो जबसे
तुम मेरे प्यार की दुनिया में
बसी हो जबसे
ज़र्रे ज़र्रे में मुझे प्यार नज़र आता है
मेरी हर सांस में आती है
तुम्हारी खुशबू
सारा आलम मुझे
गुलज़ार नज़र आता है
तुम मेरे प्यार की दुनिया में
बसी हो जबसे
ज़र्रे ज़र्रे में मुझे प्यार नज़र आता है
मेरी हर सांस में आती है
तुम्हारी खुशबू
सारा आलम मुझे
गुलज़ार नज़र आता है
तुम मेरे प्यार की दुनिया में
बसी हो जबसे

ऐसा लगता है के
हरियाले घने पेड़ों में
तुम भी मौजूद हो
पत्तों में छुपी बैठी हो
शाख हिलती है किसी नाज़नीं
बाहों की तरह
और गुमाँ होता है
तुम जैसे यहीं रहती हो
तुम मेरे प्यार की दुनिया में
बसी हो जबसे
ज़र्रे ज़र्रे में मुझे प्यार नज़र आता है
मेरी हर सांस में आती है
तुम्हारी खुशबू
सारा आलम मुझे
गुलज़ार नज़र आता है
तुम मेरे प्यार की दुनिया में
बसी हो जबसे ए

जब गुज़रता है
मेरे जिस्म को बादल छू कर
फिर कोई रेशमी आँचल मुझे
याद आता है
मैं तो हर चीज़ में पाता हूँ
तुम्हारा चेहरा
इश्क क्या क्या मुझे
परछाईयाँ दिखलाता है
तुम मेरे प्यार की दुनिया में
बसी हो जबसे
ज़र्रे ज़र्रे में मुझे प्यार नज़र आता है
मेरी हर सांस में आती है
तुम्हारी खुशबू
सारा आलम मुझे
गुलज़ार नज़र आता है
तुम मेरे प्यार की दुनिया में
बसी हो जबसे ए

धूप और छाओं के मंज़र भी
अजब मंज़र हैं
जब नज़र मिलती है
सौ तीर चला देतें हैं
और फूलों के छलकते से कटोरे हरदम
बिन पिए ही मुझे
मस्ताना बना देते है
तुम मेरे प्यार की दुनिया में
बसी हो जबसे
ज़र्रे ज़र्रे में मुझे प्यार नज़र आता है
मेरी हर सांस में आती है
तुम्हारी खुशबू
सारा आलम मुझे
गुलज़ार नज़र आता है
तुम मेरे प्यार की दुनिया में
बसी हो जबसे ए


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

Blog Day :

4542 Post No. : 16113

Today 24th December’2020 is the ninety-sixth birth anniversary of legendary singer Mohd Rafi(24.12.1924 – 31.07.1980).

On this occasion, as a tribute to him, here is a song from the ‘1957’ movie ‘Laxmi Pooja’.

‘Laxmi Pooja-1957’ was directed by Jayant Desai for ‘Hemlata Pictures, Bombay’. Jayant Desai was also the produer of this movie. This movie had Nirupa Roy, Shahu Modak, Jeevan, Niranjan Sharma, Anant Kumar, Babu Raje, Praveen Pal, Indira, Manju, Shri Bhagwan, Sukumar, Rajrani and others.

Meenu Mumtaz make a guest appearance in this movie.

Music for this movie was composed by Chitragupta.

This movie had nine songs written by Bharat Vyas. 18th December 2020 was the 102nd birth anniversary of poet-lyricist Bharat Vyas (18.12.1918 – 05.07.1982). This post serves as a tribute to him as ell.

Out of the nine songs of this movie, so far only two songs are posted on the blog. The details of the songs are as given below;

S.No. Song Title Posted on
01 Hey ann dhan ki maharani, ho jai Laxmi rani
02 Raaj kaaj se kya lenaa jab man mein huaa ujaala
03 Mere paaon mein dekho jhanjhar jhanke
04 Are sun lo babaji… arey ho beta chamdee to jaaye…
05 Sun sun paalanhaare, koyi teri bhakti ko aaj lalkaare Being posted today
06 Aaj raas ka rang hai, naache ang ang hai
07 Thhodi si zindagaani…kyon naa Govind gun gaaye re 18.06.2018
08 Chaahe padi aafat badi …. Ram jise taare
09 Kahlaataa hai jagat mein … itni si meri hai pukaar prabhu 25.07.2020

This movie was introduced on the blog on 18.06.2018. Its second song was posted on 25.07.2020. The song under discussion is the third song to be posted from this movie. We have a long way to go with six more songs still left to be covered.

Today’s song is sung by Mohd Rafi. As mentioned above lyrics are by Bharat Vyas and music is composed by Chitragupta.

I had come across this song long back in 2014. Only the audio of this song is available. I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on this movie and its songs.

Let us now listen to today’s song …


Song-Sun sun paalanhaare (Lakshmi Pooja)(1957) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-Chitragupta

Lyrics

Sun sun paalan-haare
Sun sun paalan-haare
Koi teri bhakti ko aaj lalkaare
Ho koi teri shakti ko aaj lalkaare
Sun sun paalan haare
Koi teri bhakti ko aaj lalkaare
Ho koi teri shakti ko aaj lalkaare
Sun sun paalan-haare

tap ne abhimaan jagaaya
tere bhakton pe sankat aaya aa
tap ne abhimaan jagaaya
tere bhakton pe sankat aaya
barse na paani
tarse re praani
dharti ki sookh rahi kaayaa
tujhe dharti ka kan kan pukaare ae ae
ho shrishtri ke sarjanhaare
koi teri bhakti ko aaj lalkaare
ho koi teri shakti ko aaj lalkaare
sun sun paalan-haare

meri boli ye ab na rukegi
tujhe kehna hai so keh chukegi ee
meri boli ye ab na rukegi
tujhe kehna hai so keh chukegi
tere aaye bina
mukh dikhaaye bina
meri kartaal ab na jhukegi
ab apnon se mukh na chhupaa re ae ae
mat apna bharosa ganwaa re
koi teri bhakti ko aaj lalkaare
ho koi teri shakti ko aaj lalkaare
sun sun paalan-haare
koi teri bhakti ko aaj lalkaare
ho koi teri shakti ko aaj lalkaare
sun sun paalan-haare ae

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Devnagri script lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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सुन सुन पालनहारे

सुन सुन पालनहारे
कोई तेरी भक्ति को आज ललकारे
हो कोई तेरी शक्ति को आज ललकारे

सुन सुन पालनहारे
कोई तेरी भक्ति को आज ललकारे
हो कोई तेरी शक्ति को आज ललकारे
सुन सुनपालनहारे

तप ने अभिमान जगाया
तेरे भक्तों पे संकट आया
तप ने अभिमान जगाया
तेरे भक्तों पे संकट आया
बरसे न पानी
तरसे रे प्राणी
धरती की सूख रही काया
तुझे धरती का कण कण पुकारे ए ए
हो श्रृष्टि के सर्जनहारे
कोई तेरी भक्ति को आज ललकारे
हो कोई तेरी शक्ति को आज ललकारे
सुन सुन पालनहारे
मेरी बोली ये अब न रुकेगी
तुझे कहना है सो कह चुकेगी ई
मेरी बोली ये अब न रुकेगी
तुझे कहना है सो कह चुकेगी ई
तेरे आये बिना
मुख दिखाए बिना
मेरी कर-ताल अब न झुकेगी
अब अपनों से मुख न छुपा रे ए ए
मत अपना भरोसा गंवा रे
कोई तेरी भक्ति को आज ललकारे
हो कोई तेरी शक्ति को आज ललकारे
सुन सुन पालनहारे
कोई तेरी भक्ति को आज ललकारे
हो कोई तेरी शक्ति को आज ललकारे
सुन सुन पालनहारे


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Blog Day :

4527 Post No. : 16088

“Husn Ka Chor”(1953) was produced by Homi Wadia and directed by JBH Wadia for Basant Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Usha Kiran, Mahipal, Brij Mohan Vyas, Azeem Dalpat, Sardar Mansoor, Agha Shapoor, Bismilla etc in it. The movie had seven songs in it. Four songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fifth song from “Husn Ka Chor”(1953) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Rafi and chorus. Bulo C Rani is the music director. The movie had three lyricists but it is not clear who penned the lyrics of this song.

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


Song-Duniya mein hain bande pyaare daulat ke (Husn Ka Chor)(1953) Singer-Rafi, MD-Bulo C Rani
Chorus
Rafi + Chorus

Lyrics

duniya mein hain bande pyaare daulat ke
baanye haath ke dhandhe saare daulat ke
humma heli baba teli sab matwaale daulat ke
jahaan dekho wahaan dekho phande saare daulat ke

daulat sab ke aib chhupaye
daulat ka hai bolbaala
bolbaala
chaar dinon ki chaandni mein
iski raushni sabse aala
sabse aala
saari duniya chalti hai sahaare daulat ke
duniya me hai bande pyaare
daulat ke
baanye haath ke dhandhe saare daulat ke
humma heli baba teli sab matwaale daulat ke
jahaan dekho wahaan dekho phande saare daulat ke

ye daulat imaan khareede
ye daulat insaan khareede
ye daulat imaan khareede
ye daulat insaan khareede
daulatwaala take take mein
muflis ke armaan khareede
bade ghazab ke khel hai
nyaare nyaare daulat ke

daulat ke hain sab deewaane
daulat ke hain sab deewaane
ek shama hai laakh parwaane
ek shama hai laakh parwaane
duniya mein hain itne thheke
duniya mein hain itne thheke
gali gali mein maikhaane
o dekho gali gali maikhaane
ae ae ae ae
ae ae ae ae
rang rageele hain humaare pyaare daulat ke
duniya mein hai bande pyaare daulat ke
baanye haath ke dhandhe saare daulat ke
humma heli baba teli sab matwaale daulat ke
jahaan dekho wahaan dekho phande saare daulat ke


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This blog discusses Bollywood songs of yesteryears. Every song has a brief description, followed by a video link, and complete lyrics of the song.

This is a labour of love, where “new” songs are added every day, and that has been the case for over TWELVE years. This blog has over 16200 song posts by now.

This blog is active and online for over 4000 days since its beginning on 19 july 2008.

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