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Blog Day : 4010 Post No. : 15116

“Tipu Sultan”(1959) was produced by Bakshi Jang Bahadur and directed by Jagdeesh Gautam for Global Film Bureau, Bombay. This “historical” movie had Jairaj, Anita Guha, Suresh, Rammohan, Krishnakumari, Jagdeesh kamal, Roopmala, Uma Dutt, A Kabuli, Fazal, Bishan Khanna, Kumari, Nazar, Shamlal,Nazeer Kashmiri, Kumari Neena, Maqbool, Dhanna, Sood, Anwaribai, Jeetbala etc in it.

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

Here is the second song from “Tipu Sultan”(1959) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Rahil Gorakhpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by S D Batish.

The song is picturised as a Raj darbaar dance song of sorts, but from the “modern era” as we find some Englishmen among the audience of the dance performance.

I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify the dancer who lip syncs this song.

It was on this day 11 years ago that I had opened my blogging account with wordpress in order to blog. So my association with wordpress completes 11 years today (11 july 2019). In other words, I had signed up with wordpress on 11 july 2008. I then mustered up the courage to post my first post eight days later on 19 july 2008. In other words, the 11th birthday of the blog is approaching eight days from now.

Here is this dance song to mark the occasion.


Song-Naache umang jhoome tarang…mehfil rangeen hai (Tipu Sultan)(1959) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Rahil Gorakhpuri, MD-S D Batish

Lyrics

naache umang jhoome tarang
aankhon mein rang chhalke
chhedde bahaar dil ka sitaar
rag rag se pyaar chhalke
mehfil rangeen hai haan
duniya haseen hai ho
waade kar lo muhhabat ke
pal bhar mein yahaan badla ho sama ho
kaun kahaan jaane
mehfil rangeen hai haan
mehfil rangeen hai
duniya haseen hai

zulfon ke chhaaon mein ulfat ke gaaon mein
zulfon ke chhaaon mein ulfat ke gaaon mein
dam le lo ae dil waalon
dam le lo ae dil waalon
mauka ye haseen hai ae
mehfil rangeen hai haan
mehfil rangeen hai
duniya haseen hai

saanson ka kaarvaan
thahre jaane kahaan
saanson ka kaarvaan
thahre jaane kahaan
aaj tu hans le raahi
aaj tu hans le raahi
kal ka kya yakeen hai ae
mehfil rangeen hai haan
mehfil rangeen hai
duniya haseen hai

duniya ke gham mita
chaahat ka le maza
duniya ke gham mita
chaahat ka le maza
dard bhi meethha meethha
dard bhi meethha meethha
aansoo bhi namkeen hai ae
mehfil rangeen hai haan
duniya haseen hai ho
waade kar lo mohhabat ke
pal bhar mein yahaan badla ho sama ho
kaun kahaan jaane
mehfil rangeen hai haan
mehfil rangeen hai
duniya haseen hai

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Blog Day : 4001 Post No. : 15102

The movie “Jantar Mantar”(1964) was directed by Radhakant for Omkar enterprises, Bombay. This “kalpnik” movie had Mahipal, Vijaya Chaudhary, Ulhas, Sherri, Jeewankala, Babu Raje, Mridula, Qamar, Ghanshyam, Ajeet Kumar, Dubey, Kesri, Saiyyad, Rajmala, Madhumati etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Two songs have been covered in the past. The first song was discussed on 21 march 2009 and the second song on 21 march 2019, exactly ten year later in the “blog ten year challenge” series.

Here is the third song from “Jantar Mantar”(1964) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Kamal Barot. Hasrat Jaipuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Sardar Malik.

The song is picturised as a synchronised dance song in a rajdarbaar, which was a standard song and dance situation in B grade Hindi movies of those days, with Kamal Barot being one of the singers. 🙂 My guess is that the two female dancers are Vijaya Chaudhary and Jeewankala. Nevertheless, I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify the actors visible in the picturisation of this song.


Song-Ik deewana aayega ik mastaana aayega (Jantar Mantar)(1964) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Kamal Barot, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Sardar Malik
Both

Lyrics

ik deewaana aayega
ik mastaana aayega
ik deewaana aayega
ik mastaana aayega
nain mila ke
muskura ke
door kahin le jaayega aa
ik deewaana

dil hai ghaayal
dard paagal
shokh ada to kehti hai
achcha
dil hai ghaayal
dard paagal
shokh ada to kehti hai
ho o lat ye kaali
hatt
jhoomne waali khoi khoi rehti hai
haay haay
ek sitamgar jaan se pyaara
dil se phir na jaayega aa
ik deewaana aayega
ik mastaana aayega
nain mila ke
muskura ke
door kahin le jaayega aa
ik deewaana

main albeli phool chamali
palkon beech chhupa loongi
sach rey
main albeli phool chamali
palkon beech chhupa loongi
ho o
bin badra ki hoon main bijli
chaand galey se laga loongi

tauba
ek chakora pyaar ka bhanwra
dil se dil takraayega aa
ik deewaana aayega
ik mastaana aayega
nain mila ke
muskura ke
door kahin le jaayega aa
ik deewaana

dil to pyaasa
raat milan ki
aaj khushi ka thhikaana kya
dil to pyaasa
raat milan ki
aaj khushi ka thhikaana kya
ho o
kheench na laaye jo kisi ko
pyaar bhaara wo taraana kya

kya kehne
jalne waala dil jalega
aag mein aag lagaayega aa
ik deewaana aayega
ik mastaana aayega
ik deewaana aayega
ik mastaana aayega
nain mila ke
muskura ke
door kahin le jaayega aa
ik deewaana


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

Blog Day :

3950 Post No. : 15026 Movie Count :

4119

Missing Films of 1960s – 107
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The film that is being introduced today is ‘Lav Kush’ from 1967. It was a time when mythological and religious films were still a draw – a draw enough for producers to continue producing this genre of films. It was a crop of artists, producers and financiers who held sway in the decades from the early years of Indian cinema, till maybe 1980s. Beyond that, once that crop withered away – passing away, retiring, or just plain fatigue, this genre of films has seen only a downward slide.

The film is produced by Basant Pictures. Regulars will recall that Basant Pictures is an off shoot of the Wadia Movietone, and both these production banners have witnessed great success in the 1940s and 1950s – Wadia with their stunt films (mostly starring Nadia), and Basant with their religious and social offerings.

The film is directed by SN Tripathi; ah yes, the same person who is also the music director. The cast of actors reads like Jaishri Gadkar, Aseem Kumar, Sheel Kumar, Bela Bose, Bablu, SN Tripathi, Chitra, Dalpat, BM Vyas, Hari Shukla, Bhagwan Sinha, RC Pandey, and Lalita Desai. The film has seven songs listed, and all the seven are penned by songwriter Saraswati Kumar Deepak.1

The song is a dance song in the royal court. The time of narrative is when Lord Ram has safely returned to Ayodhya, He has been crowned as the king, and the Ram Rajya is installed. Things seem to be settling down and moving smoothly. At this juncture, it becomes known that Sita is expecting and should become a mother soon.

This song is played at this time, when a court full of ladies marking this celebration with their good wishes blessings. The lead dancer in this song is Bela Bose. Interesting to note that Bela Bose is known for the ‘other’ types of dances. However, this dance – cast in a combination of semi classical plus folk steps – is no less impressive.

Maybe 5, or 6 films more to go for the 1960s list. Hopefully soon. 🙂

 

Song – Aao Ri Pyaari Behna Hil Mil Gaao Ri  (Lav Kush) (1967) Singer – Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics – Saraswati Kumar Deepak, MD – SN Tripathi
Chorus

Lyrics

aao ri pyaari behna
hilmil gaao ri
bahurani Seeta ji ki
god bharaao ri
bahurani Seeta ji ki
god bharaao ri
aao ri pyaari behna
hilmil gaao ri
bahurani Seeta ji ki
god bharaao ri
bahurani Seeta ji ki
god bharaao ri

ek maas beeta doosara maas beeta
ye teesara mahina
ye teesara mahina
kacha pakka waar mann ko na bhaawe thaal
dekho bookh laage na
dekho bookh laage na
hare hare amuvaa ki chutney piswaao ri
bahurani Seeta ji ki
god bharaao ri
bahurani Seeta ji ki
god bharaao ri

lag gaya satwaan mahina
dekho jhukna kathin ho gaya
jhukna kathin ho gaya
kaise buhaarengi anganwaa
ke achra khisakne laga
achra khisakne laga
phoolon ki sej pe in ko sulaao ri
bahurani Seeta ji ki
god bharaao ri
bahurani Seeta ji ki
god bharaao ri

tulsi ko pooj ke
suraj devta ki karey vinti Siya
karey vinti Siya
choom choom achra
suhaginan bahu ko aashish de diya
bahu ko aashish de diya
nauven mahine mein to munna khilaao ri
bahurani Seeta ji ki
god bharaao ri
bahurani Seeta ji ki
god bharaao ri

aao ri pyaari behna
hilmil gaao ri
bahurani Seeta ji ki
god bharaao ri
bahurani Seeta ji ki
god bharaao ri

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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आओ री प्यारी बहना
हिलमिल गाओ री
बहुरानी सीता जी की
गोद भराओ री
बहुरानी सीता जी की
गोद भराओ री
आओ री प्यारी बहना
हिलमिल गाओ री
बहुरानी सीता जी की
गोद भराओ री
बहुरानी सीता जी की
गोद भराओ री

एक मास बीता दूसरामास बीता
ये तीसरा महिना
ये तीसरा महिना
कच्चा पक्का वार मन को ना भावे थाल
देखो भूख लागे ना
देखो भूख लागे ना
हरे हरे अमुवा की चटनी पिसवाओ री
बहुरानी सीता जी की
गोद भराओ री
बहुरानी सीता जी की
गोद भराओ री

लग गया सातवाँ महिना
देखो झुकना कठिन हो गया
झुकना कठिन हो गया
कैसे बुहारेंगी अंगनवा
के अचरा खिसकने लगा
अचरा खिसकने लगा
फूलों की सेज पे इनको सुलाओ री
बहुरानी सीता जी की
गोद भराओ री
बहुरानी सीता जी की
गोद भराओ री

तुलसी को पूज के
सूरज देवता की करे विनती सिया
करे विनती सिया
चूम चूम अचरा
सुहागिनन बहू को आशीश दे दिया
बहू को आशीश दे दिया
नौवें महीने में तो मुन्ना खिलाओ री
बहुरानी सीता जी की
गोद भराओ री
बहुरानी सीता जी की
गोद भराओ री

आओ री प्यारी बहना
हिलमिल गाओ री
बहुरानी सीता जी की
गोद भराओ री
बहुरानी सीता जी की
गोद भराओ री


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 : 3909 Post No. : 14967

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Blog Ten Year Challenge (2009-2019)-Song number 25
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This is my First song post for ‘The 10 year Challenge’ series. Today, 10 years ago, on this day, 6 songs were posted. They were 1 song each for films ‘Bahut Din Huye’ (1954), ‘Marine Drive’ (1955), ‘Naag Devta’ (1962), ‘Bees Saal Baad’ (1962), ‘Prince’ (1969) and ‘Lootmaar’ (1980).

From the day it started, I was keen on participating, but everyday that I checked I found films either belonging to the 60s to 80s or films which were already Yippeee’d. I became helpless. Not that I can not or don’t want to write on songs of films of 70s and beyond, but they are not of my liking. Further I like to write only on songs or films, where I have something substantial to offer to our readers.

Finally, I found one film from 1st April 2009, which had some scope for me. The song is from film ‘Bahut Din Huye’. First, out of the 17 songs only 3 songs are posted on the blog and hence lot of choice to choose a song from remaining 14 songs, and secondly, the background of the film, the stars, the producer/director, the company etc were matters where I could elaborate to my will. So, I opted for this film’s song today.

The film is from the southern giant – Gemini Pictures. The film title sounds almost like a translation of ‘Once upon a time…’. It is a very apt title too, because the film is based on a folk tale of south. I like such films made in south and also their mythological films. When I see these films, the costumes of all the actors as well as their palaces etc remind me of similar pictures that used to appear in Chandamama magazines.

Chandamama (Chandoba in Marathi) magazines vied with my childhood craze of seeing films and reading books. Like many of my age group, our childhood had an important segment covered by Chandamama (in 13 Languages, including English and Sanskrit) readings. I strongly believe that  either the south film actors copied costumes from Chandamama pictures or the vice versa, but they resembled each others, for sure !

As expected, ‘Bahut Din Huye’ was a remake of Gemini’s own block buster ‘Bala Nagamma’ from 1942. Gemini Studios was the best known Madras studio in the 1940s for redefining the concept of mass entertainment with ‘Chandralekha’ (1948), the first Madras film to break successfully into the Hindi cinema circuit. SS Vasan started Gemini as a distribution agency, the Gemini Pictures Circuit, distributing and partly financing films by K Subramanyam’s Motion Picture Producers Combine. When the Combine went bankrupt, Vasan bought the studio in 1939 at public auction for a mere Rs 86,427-11 (annas)-9 (paise) (according to Randor Guy). The studio’s début feature was probably Balkrishna Narayan Rao’s ‘Madanakamarajan’ (1941), but it only took off when cameraman-scenarist K Ramnoth joined it along with his Vauhini partner, art-director AK Sekhar. This team made most of Gemini’s early features: ‘Mangamma Sapatham’ (1943), ‘Kannamma En Kadhali’ (1945) and ‘Miss Malini’ (1947) before the ‘Chandralekha’ blitz catapulted it on to the national stage.

In the early days, the most important event in the studio was Uday Shankar’s dance extravaganza ‘Kalpana’ (released 1948) which also provided training for most of Gemini’s technicians as well as providing the model for an Orientalist dance idiom later associated with influential Tamil choreographers like Hiralal and Chopra Master. A few minor hits followed ‘Chandralekha’ before the studio’s second major onslaught on the national box office with ‘Apoorva Sahodarargal’ (1949), a trilingual that established the studio’s dominance in the genre of the costumed adventure movie. Although its Hindi version ‘Nishan’ was not a major success, Vasan continued making Hindi films, often signing up major stars of Hindi films himself: e.g. the Dilip Kumar and Dev Anand film ‘Insaaniyat’ (1955), Vyjayanthimala’s ‘Raj Tilak’ (1958) and ‘Paigham (1959) starring Dilip Kumar, Raaj Kumar and Vyjayanthimala. They also made the mega-budget Tamil classic ‘Avvaiyyar’ (1953). An important later production was ‘Motor Sundaram Pillai’ (1966), Sivaji Ganesan’s only film at this studio. In 1958 the studio expanded into the Gemini Colour lab, licensed by Eastman color Kodak film. After Vasan’s death, his son SS Balasubramanyam produced the unsuccessful ‘Ellorum Nallavare’ (1975). Gemini’s productions declined in the 70s, although it remained successful as a studio and equipment rental business now taken over by the Anand Cine Services.

The unprecedented foray of Gemini’s Vasan’s hit film ‘Chandralekha’ into all India market, Subramaniam Srinivasan or simply SS Vasan, became aware of the unlimited scope of the Hindi belt market for south-made Hindi films. Vasan was a writer, editor, producer and director, but above all, he was a business tycoon. He  established the popular Tamil magazine ‘Anand Vikatan’, and owned Gemini studios, Gemini Laboratories and Gemini distribution circuits.

He soon decided to take advantage of the success of ‘Chandralekha’ and made another tri-lingual film. In Tamil it was called ‘Apoorva Sahodarargal’, in Telugu, it was ‘Apoorva Sahodaralu’, and in Hindi it was called ‘Nishan’ (1949). This film too was a  success. Encouraged by this, SS Vasan made his 1943 Tamil Hit film ‘Mangamma Sapatham’, into a remake in Hindi with the name ‘Mangala’ (1950). Not by coincidence, but by design, the hero for all these 3 remakes and the originals was Ranjan. ‘Mangala’ was remade in Sinhalese as ‘Mathalan’ in 1955 and in Telugu as ‘Mangamma Shapatham’ in 1965, featuring NT Ramarao (later the Chief Minister of erstwhile Andhra Pradesh), and Jamuna.

Enthused and inspired with Vasan’s success in the Hindi belt, another giant from the South came forward. AVM’s Tamil film ‘Vazhkai’ (1949) was a big hit in south. AVM made a Telugu Version of it with the name ‘Jeevitham’ in 1950 followed by a Hindi version ‘Bahaar’ in 1951. They introduced Vyjayantimala with this film, in Hindi. The story of the film and the music by SD Burman made film a big hit in Hindi too. AVM then made Hindi film ‘Ladki’ (1953), with a Tamil and Telugu version. This too became a hit film. However by that time the South market had grown manifolds and there was no need for the south film makers to venture into the Hindi belt to earn money. Thus, there was a slow down in this type of activity. The south now started making Hindi films directly in Madras by calling actors from Bombay. And some films were dubbed too.

The divide between the north and the south went on widening, which finally resulted in the anti-Hindi agitations of the 1960s and 70s in Madras and other southern places. Fortunately, in recent times and with the new generation, thanks to the coalition politics at the centre and states as well as IT centres at Hyderabad, Chennai and Bangalore, the North-South exchange is much better and each state is identified individually. Thanks also to novels of writers like Chetan Bhagat. And thanks to modernization.

‘Bahut Din Huye’ had a cast consisting of Madhubala, Ratan Kumar, Agha, Kailash, Savitri (debut film in Hindi), Lalita Pawar, Pushpvalli (mother of Rekha), Kanhaiya Lal etc. Ratan Kumar had a big role in this film. Another film of 1954, ‘Jagriti’ also had a pivotal role for Ratan Kumar.

Ratan Kumar’s real name was Syed Nazar Ali (born 21-8-42 at Ajmer, passed away 12-12-2016 at California, USA). He started working as a child star when he was just 4 year old. His first film was Baburao Patel’s ‘Gwaalan’ (1946). He did 25 film roles before he acted in film ‘Jagriti’. He worked in many famous films like ‘Sargam’ (1950), ‘Malhaar’ (1951), ‘Afsaana’ (1951), ‘Baiju Bawra’ (1952), ‘Do Bigha Zameen’ (1953), ‘Boot Polish’ (1953) etc. After doing film ‘Jalwa’ in 1955, he migrated to Pakistan in 1956, with his family, and remade ‘Jagriti’ in Pakistan, as ‘Bedaari(1957) – Urdu translation of the Hindi word Jagriti. This film used the same old tune for a film song in Pakistan, aimed at igniting a similar emotion and patriotic zeal, among the listeners. – “Aao Bachcho Tumhe Dikhayen Jhaanki Hindustan Ki… (come children let us show you glimpses of India), is a popular Hindi film song of the 1950s. “Aao Bachcho Sair Karaayen Tumko Pakistan Ki… (children, let us take you on a tour of Pakistan) is an equally hit song of the same period in Pakistan. The movie ‘Bedaari’ (1957) was produced by his elder brother Wazir Ali Rizvi.

He played a young boy’s role in many Pakistani films later. ‘Naagin (1959) was the first Pakistani film he played a lead actor opposite Neelo as the lead actress. Ratan Kumar’s success, as a lead actor, could not last long because his later films did not do well at the box-office and he eventually faded away.

In 1977, his 4 years old daughter died in an accident in Lahore, Pakistan. He was so emotionally upset after that accident that he decided to quit the Pakistani film industry. In 1979, Ratan Kumar left Pakistan never to return again. In the late 1960s, Ratan Kumar also got into the business of selling oriental carpets and had started travelling back and forth from Pakistan to Europe for this business. Eventually he ended up settling down permanently in the United States after 1979.

Ratan Kumar was living in California, in his old age, and was admitted to the hospital for pneumonia 10 days before his death on 12 Dec 2016. He had a long history of illness, though. In 1996, his lungs had collapsed twice in the same year. When they collapsed the third time in 2000, he was left paralyzed and went into a coma for eight days. Then he recovered in four to five months and became somewhat normal again. His survivors include 2 sons, a daughter and seven grandchildren .

Music for film ‘Bahut Din Huye’ is by a pair of BS Kalla and E Sankar Sastry. Many south Indian composers had tried their hand at giving music to Hindi films in the 50s decade. MDs like Ghantasala, BS Kalla, SD Parthasarathi, E Shankar, B Laxman, Vishwanathan, R Sudarshanam, SV Venkataramana, TR Ramanathan and TG Lingappa are few of the lesser known music directors from south, who composed music for Hindi films. They gave melodious music, but somehow they did not succeed here. One reason could be their use of southern singers, for whom acceptability was a problem here for Hindi songs. Names like Ramesh Naidu, Adi Narayana Rao and the pair of Vishwanathan-Ramamurthy were at least known names here. Their films like ‘Piya Milan’ (1955, MD – Ramesh Naidu), ‘Suvarna Sundari’ (1958, MD – Adi Narayana Rao) and ‘Naya Aadmi’ (1956, MD – Vishwanathan-Ramamurthy) had many popular songs.

The film had 17 songs, 7 of these were sung by Lata Mangeshkar and the remaining were either by chorus or unnamed male/female singers. The lyrics were by Pt. Indra. Let us now hear today’s chorus song and enjoy the song and dance video.

[Thanks to Encyclopedia of Indian Cinema by Rajadhyaksha, HFGK, MuVyz, The Hindu, Wiki and my notes.]

Song – Swaagat Raajkumar Tumhaara, Swaagat Raajkumar  (Bahut Din Huye) (1954) Singer – Chorus, Lyrics – Pt Indra, Music – BS Kalla

Lyrics

aaaa aaaa aaaaaaa
tananan tananan tananan tann
aaaa aaaa aaaaaaa
tananan tananan tananan tann
aa aa aa aaaaa
aa aa aa aa
aa aaa aaaaa aaaaa
aaaa aaaaa

swaagat raajkumar tumhaara
swaagat raajkumar
swaagat raajkumar tumhaara
swaagat raajkumar

aaaa aaaa aaaa
ye akhiyan matwaali kab se
rahi hain baat nihaar
aaaa aaaaa aaaaaa aaaa
aaaa aaaa aaaa
aaa
aaa aa
aaa
aaa aa
aaa
aaa aa
aaa
aaa aa

aao baitho ratan hindole
aaaa aaaa aaaa
ratan hindole
pawan veg se jhulo
tum pyaare mehmaan hamaare..ae..ae
aao sab kuchh bhulo
jhoola jhulo

aaaa aaaa aaaa aaaaa
mmmm mmmmm mmmm
mmmm mmmmm mmmm

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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आsss आsss आssssss
तननन तननन तननन तन्न
आsss आsss आssssss
तननन तननन तननन तन्न
आ आ आ आssss
आ आ आ आ
आ आss आssss आssss
आsss आssss

स्वागत राजकुमार तुम्हारा
स्वागत राजकुमार
स्वागत राजकुमार तुम्हारा
स्वागत राजकुमार

आ आ आ
ये अखियाँ मतवाली कब से
रही हैं बाट निहार
आsss आsss आsssss आsss
आsss आsss आsss
आss
आss आ
आss
आss आ
आss
आss आ
आss
आss आ

आओ बैठो रतन हिंडोले
आsss आsss आsss
रतन हिंडोले
पावन वेग से झूलो
तुम प्यारे मेहमान हमारे॰॰ए॰॰ए
आओ सब कुछ भूलो
झूला झूलो

आsss आsss आsss आsss
म्ममम म्ममम म्ममम
म्ममम म्ममम म्ममम


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Blog Day : 3891 Post No. : 14925

“Raaja Jaani”(1972) was produced by Madan Mohla and directed by Mohan Sehgal for Seven Arts Pictures, Bombay. This “social” (1972)movie had Dharmendra, Hema malini, Nadira, Sajjan, Premnath, Prem Chopra, Johnny Walkar, Durga Khote, Rajan Haksar, HeeraLal, Lata Sinha, Madhup Sharma, Jankidass, Bhushan Tiwari, Kamaldeep, C.S.Dubey, Pal Sharma, Bindu, Manmohan, Helen etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Four songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fifth song from “Raaja Jaani”(1972) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Lata. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

The picturisation shows Hema Malini and Durga Khite seated on Royal thrones and then we find Helen dancing. Next we see Hema Malini standing near Helen and lip syncing this song while lots of people, including Premnath, Dharmendra and Prem Chopra looking on while seated on their chairs.

I have not seen the movie but going by the picturisation, it seems that Hema Malini plays double role in he movie and the movie. The movie, despite its chaalu story and chaalu music managed to do well at the box office. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra who felt that this was the last remaining song of the movie. No, another chaalu song from this song, which was quite popular during its time is still left to be covered. 🙂


Song-Mubarak ho tujhe ae dil (Raja Jaani)(1972) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

mubaarak ho tujhe ae dil
mubaarak ho tujhe ae dil
qayaamat ki ghadi aayee
khushi se aankh bhar aayee
mubaarak ho tujhe ae dil
mubaarak ho tujhe ae dil
qayaamat ki ghadi aayee
khushi se aankh bhar aayee
mubaarak ho tujhe ae dil

zaraa thehro
tamaashaa kya
hamaara tum na dekhoge
zaraa thehro
tamaashaa kya
hamaara tum na dekhoge
nazar kyun pher lee
kyaa ye
nazaaraa tum na dekhoge
kahin par toot’te hain dil
kahin bajti hai shehnaayee
mubaarak ho tujhe ae dil
qayaamat ki ghadi aayee
khushi se aankh bhar aayee
mubaarak ho tujhe ae dil

tumhein hum ye
nahin kehte
ke waadaa tumne todaa hai
tumhein hum ye
nahin kehte
ke waadaa tumne todaa hai
magar ae hamsafar tumne
jahaan par saath chhodaa hai
ye rastaa hai ke hai manzil
samajh mein baat naa aayee
mubaarak ho tujhe ae dil
qayaamat ki ghadi aayee
khushi se aankh bhar aayee
mubaarak ho tujhe ae dil
mubaarak ho tujhe ae dil
mubaarak ho tujhe ae dil


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Blog Day : 3650 Post No. : 14495

“Raaj darbaar” song used to be an important part of small budget B grade movies of early 1960s. These songs would typically be sung by two singers and one of them would be Kamal Barot. 🙂

Two or more female dancers would give a synchronised dance performance, watched by royals seated proudly on their thrones.

Movies may be B grade but the music was mostly A grade stuff, seeing that there was a good supply of A grade music directors badly in need of assignments. While some of these music directors continued to languish in these movies , some of them quickly graduated to A grade stuff. 1963 saw an interesting case when the music of Parasmani (1963) became a runaway hit and that catapulted Laxmikant Pyarelal , till then assistants to Kalyanji Anandji, to big league.

“Sunahri Naagin”(1963) was also a curious case. It came in the same year as “Parasmani”(1963) and it shared several artists with “Parasmani”(1963). For instance, Babubhai Mistri was the director in both the movies and Mahipal was the hero in both of them.

If Laxmikant Pyarelal were the music directors in “Parasmani”(1963) then “Sunahri Naagin”(1963) had music by their mentors viz Kalyanji Anandji.

“Sunahri Naagin”(1963) had eight songs in it. Four songs from the movie have been covered in the blog. All these songs were covered in 2010 ! There has been a lull for eight years since then.

Here is the fifth song from “Sunahri Naagin”(1963) to appear in the blog. This is a raj darbaar song which is picturised on several female dancers. I am unable to identify them and I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify them.

The song is sung by Kamal Barot (what did I say earlier 🙂 ) and Mubarak Begam. Ved Prakash is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji.


Song-Main to ho gayi re badnaam (Sunahri Naagin)(1963) Singers-Kamal Barot, Mubarak Begam, Lyrics-Ved Prakash, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

wafaaon ka aalam
mitne laga hai
mohabbat ka dam
phir ghutne laga hai

main to ho gayi re badnaam
lete lete tera naam
main to ho gayi re badnaam
lete lete tera naam
saanwariya
kisko doon ilzaam
saanwariya
kisko doon ilzaam
main to ho gayi re badnaam
lete lete tera naam
saanwariya
kisko doon ilzaam
saanwariya
kisko doon ilzaam

<ye dil to tera deewaana hai
chaahat se bhara paimaana hai
itna bhi mujhe maaloom nahin
itna bhi mujhe maaloom nahin
apna hai ya begaana hai
main to ho gayi re badnaam
lete lete tera naam
saanwariya
kisko doon ilzaam
saanwariya
kisko doon ilzaam

ek teer jigar ke paar hua
aur dard gale ka haar hua
kuchh haal ajab sa hai dil ka
kuchh haal ajab sa hai dil ka
jabse tera deedaar hua
main to ho gayi re badnaam
lete lete tera naam
saanwariya
kisko doon ilzaam
saanwariya
kisko doon ilzaam

bhoole se mohabbat kar baithe
ye kaisi qayaamat kar baithe
dil hamse baghaawat kar baitha
dil hamse baghaawat kar baitha
ham dil se baghaawat kar baithe
main to ho gayi re badnaam
lete lete tera naam
saanwariya
kisko doon ilzaam
saanwariya
kisko doon ilzaam


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Blog Day : 3635 Post No. : 14463

“Razia Sultaana”(1961) was directed by Devendra for Movie India, Bombay. This historical movie had Nirupa Roy (in title role), Jairaj, Kamran, M Kumar, N A Ansari, Agha, Sadhana Chaudhary, Leela Mishra, Rajan Kapoor, S M Sagar, Narad Muni, Madhumati, Jeewan Kala, Meena, Maqbool etc in it.

The movie had seven songs in it. Two of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Razia Sultaana”(1961) to appear in the blog.

This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and chorus. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Pt Lachchiram.

The song is picturised as a raj darbaar dance song. I am unable to identify the dancers. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify them.

I may have got a few words wrong in the lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable.


Song-Kehna na maanoon main jawaani ka (Razia Sultana)(1961) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Pt Lachchiram
Chorus

Lyrics

kehna na maanoon main
kehna na maanoon main jawaani ka
naam badnaam hai deewaani ka
ho
kehna na maanoon main jawaani ka
lalalaalalalalalalaa
lalalaalalalalalalaa

pehle nazron ki kamaanen kas ke
ye bade teer chalaayen hans ke
teer chalaayen hans ke
teer chalaayen hans ke

aur phir baithh ke royen naadaan
kisi ke jaam e nazar mein phans ke
jaam e nazar mein phans ke
jaam e nazar mein phans ke

iska har kaam hai
iska har kaam hai naadaani ka
naam badnaam hai deewaani ka
kehna na maanoon main jawaani ka
laalalalaalalaalala
laaalaalalaalalalala
lalaalaalaalaalaalaa aa aa

kya kahoon mujhse kya kehti hai
jo meri laakh sitam sahti hai
laakh sitam sahti hai
laakh sitam sahti hai

?? dubone ko safina dil ka
ek nadi hai ki chadhhi rahti hai
haay chadhhi rahti hai
nadi chadhi rahti hai

mauqa na doon ise
mauqa na doon ise rawaani ka
naam badnaam hai deewaani ka
haaye
kehna na maanoon main jawaani ka
laalaalalaallalala
laalaalalalalala
lalalalaaalaalaa aa aa

shirin farhad ka hai afsaana
donon ko isne kiya deewaana
isne kiya deewaana
isne kiya deewaana

ye wo kaafir hai ke jiski khaatir
laila majnu ko pada mar jaana
haaye pada mar jaana
haaye pada mar jaana

sabko pata hai
sabko pata hai is kahaani ka
naam badnaam hai deewaani ka
ho
kehna na maanoon main jawaani ka


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Blog Day : 3619 Post No. : 14423

Missing Films of 1960s – 75
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‘Thief Of Baghdad’ – a movie that has now became a legend, came to the silver screen almost a hundred years ago, in an era when even Hollywood was still in the silent zone. This archetypal tale adapted from the ‘Tales of a Thousand Nights’ (what we know better as ‘Arabian Nights’), was made into a film by Douglas Fairbanks who wrote the story for the film, produced it and played the lead role. Over the decades, this film has become a seminal benchmark of what fantasy cinema should be. The lavish production was much ahead of its time of the 1920s. In that era, the production cost of the film came to a whopping 1.1 million USD. One has to see to believe the scale of production – towering palaces, fabulous interiors, special effects to blow your mind and a cast of thousands much before Cecil B DeMille put his hand to the camera. This film is available in public domain, and it is a veritable treat to watch.

Over the decades, the film has been remade in Hollywood and also in other parts of the world, sustaining and perpetuating the fantasy of this adorable tale of a petty, brazen, street smart thief whose philosophy in life is “. . . what I like, I take.” His life changes when he sees the sleeping princess and falls in love with her. The plot of the story passes through many twists and turns and magical elements, before the two lovers are joined together. While watching the film, one gets this feeling – haan yes, this is how it happens in the adventure films of Hindi cinema. But the important thing to realize is – here is where it started. This is the original, and what followed are influenced from this one.

In Hindi films, the earliest reference we can garner is a silent film from 1931 – ‘Iraaque Ka Chor’. Although not essentially mentioning Baghdad, and in the absence of any plot details, it is possible that this film follows the Fairbanks original from 1924. Besides the interesting trivia that Baghdad and Basra were probably the only two well known cities of Iraq.

In the era of sound movies, 1934 is the first time this name appears. That year, two films were made – ‘Baghdad Ka Chor’ and ‘Iraaque Ka Chor’. The next in line is the 1946 film ‘Baghdad Ka Chor’, followed again in 1955 by another film of the same name. Then in 1968, we have the Dara Singh starrer ‘Thief Of Baghdad’. In 1977 came another version with the same title, the star cast being led by Shatrughan Sinha, Kabir Bedi and Sulakshana Pandit. In 1978, Kabir Bedi starred in another film by the same name, for TV.

With this song today we bring on board the 1968 film ‘Thief Of Baghdad’. The film is produced by Bohra Brothers and is directed by Shriram. The abbreviated list of actors is Dara Singh, Nishi, Helen, Savita, Jeevankala, P Kailash, BM Vyas, Sheikh, Ravi Kumar, Ram Kumar, Maqbool, Sunanda, Amritrana, Jilani, Sarita Devi, Munshi Munakka, Bijnor, Ramesh Kant, Johnny Whisky, Dilip Dutt, Maruti, Rani, Gani, Mohammed Ali, B Sandow, Gulab, Gaffar, Mansoor, Mohammedali Steelman, Vimla, Khursheed and Saudagar Singh. And we see many of them in the video clip of this song.

The information about the songs in Geet Kosh is indicated as being not complete. It lists 5 songs, with indication that more songs are in the film. The film being available, I checked it and I can identify at least one more song which is not listed in Geet Kosh.

The credits of the film identify two songwriters – Aziz Ghaazi and SH Bihari. The writer of this song is not specifically identified. Music is given by Baldev Nath, which most likely is the same person as Baldev Nath Bali or BN Bali.

This song is a raaj darbaar dance song which is performed by Helen and Rani [Jeevankala]. The singing voice is just one, i.e. Asha Bhosle with the lines being shared by the two dancers on screen.
[Ed Note: Thanks to dear Prakash ji for correcting the identification of the lady dancer accompanying Helen in this song.]

In this screen situation, Nishi is the princess who has fallen in love with Dara Singh, a commoner. Dara Singh and his team is captured and are shown in chains. The scheming Wazir, role played by P Kailash (I need help to identify this actor) has imprisoned the King, and has forced the princess to marry him, given that her father and her lover are both his prisoners. So Nishi and this Wazir are seated in the two throne like chairs, and the dance is being performed for the occasion. As per the storyline of this film, Helen performs the role of Dara Singh’s younger sister.
[Ed Note: Once again thanks to dear Prakash ji for identifying the actor playing the role of the Wazir.]

The video clip shows a number of actors. There are two more men in chains. The one in mustard shirt with chains tied to his wrists (again need help to identify this actor) plays the role of Dara Singh’s younger brother in the film. The third person in chains, wearing a black shirt and with chains around his neck is Sheikh. There is a few other actors shown in momentary close up shots, who are also watching this performance. I request other readers and friends to please help identify them.

So with this song, the 1968 film ‘Thief Of Baghdad’ makes its debut on our blog. That also brings the count of films brought on board through this series now to 75. Wow. Let us see how many more we are able to add in the coming weeks. Working on the home work list that Katie Ben prepared for me, we shall not be hitting the century mark on this series, but I think we will get pretty close. 🙂

 

Song – Humko Bhi Marna Hai, Tumko Bhi Marna Hai  (Thief Of Baghdad) (1968) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – [Unattributed], MD – Baldev Nath

Lyrics

khabrdaar. . .

hoshiyaar. . .

humko bhi marna hai
tumko bhi marna hai

humko bhi marna hai
tumko bhi marna hai
marne se darna kya
jeene ki baaten kar
humko bhi marna hai
tumko bhi marna hai

duniya ke gulshan mein
kaante hazaaron hain
duniya ke gulshan mein
kaante hazaaron hain
kaanton se bachta ja
duniya se daaman bhar
humko bhi marna hai
tumko bhi marna hai

chaahat ki raahon mein
maana ke khatra hai
chaahat ki raahon mein
maana ke khatra hai
phir bhi tu chalta ja
mere ishaaron par
humko bhi marna hai
tumko bhi marna hai

maujon mein rehne de
kashti jawaani ki
maujon mein rehne de
kashti jawaani ki
aata nahin hum ko
marna kinaaron par

humko bhi marna hai
tumko bhi marna hai
marne se darna kya
jeene ki baaten kar
humko bhi marna hai
tumko bhi marna hai

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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खबरदार॰ ॰ ॰

होशियार॰ ॰ ॰

हमको भी मरना है
तुमको भी मरना है

हमको भी मरना है
तुमको भी मरना है
मरने से डरना क्या
जीने की बातें कर
हमको भी मरना है
तुमको भी मरना है

दुनिया के गुलशन में
कांटे हजारों हैं
दुनिया के गुलशन में
कांटे हजारों हैं
काँटों से बचता जा
दुनिया से दामन भर
हमको भी मरना है
तुमको भी मरना है

चाहत की राहों में
माना के खतरे हैं
चाहत की राहों में
माना के खतरे हैं
फिर भी तू चलता जा
मेरे इशारों पर
हमको भी मरना है
तुमको भी मरना है

मौजों में रहने दे
कश्ती जवानी की
मौजों में रहने दे
कश्ती जवानी की
आता नहीं हम को
मारना किनारों पर

हमको भी मरना है
तुमको भी मरना है
मरने से डरना क्या
जीने की बातें कर
हमको भी मरना है
तुमको भी मरना है


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Blog Day : 3610 Post No. : 14400

When you are young, you take many of your gifts for granted. Only when you lose those gifts that you start mising them. For instance, I took my eyesight for granted for nearly fifth years. I had perfect 6/6 vision for much of my life, but now I cannot read without glasses.

To take another telling example, I was an indefatiguable runner in my younger days. I could run around for hours without running out of breath. But today I cannot even run ten metres, forget running 1500 metres in around five minutes that I was capable of during my younger days.

Forget comparing my present self with my past younger self of 35 years ago. When I compare the blog strike rate today with the blog strike rate of six years ago, I find a similar loss of agility. 🙂 During 2011 and 2012, we were clocking 100 songs every 16 days, and sometimes even faster. These days, we have become like a potbellied elderly person who can barely move. Our blog centuries these days are taking more than 30 days each. The previous century took exactly one month viz 31 days.

If one thought that we could not get any slower, then you need not look any further. This post is post number 14400 for the blog and it has taken 43 days ! I sincely hope that it is the last of such snail paced centuries and we would pick up some decent pace from now onwards.

This century post has taken almost an eternity to arrive and it will appear in the dying moments of the day (night), which means readers of the blog may not get much time to read it before the next post appears first thing in the morning.

This century post, like most of our century posts combines several landmarks, and some of these landmarks are “artificial” but real. Did I just use an oxymoron like say happily married ? 🙂

Let me count the special occasions that this song combines. This song is from a 1957 movie called “Amar Singh Rathod”(1957). This movie was directed by Jaswant jhaweri for Dinesh Films Bombay. This “historical” movie had Nirupa Roy, Jairaj, Ram singh, Al Nasir, Ramesh sinha, Sundar, Murad, Rajkumar, Shree Bhagwan, Ramlal, Sapru, Shyam Lal, Pandey, R S dubey, Devchand, Yashodhara Katju, Ratnamala, Heera, Helen, Veena. Guest artist-Minu Mumtaz etc in it.

The movie had 12 songs in it and the song under discussion is the first song from the movie. In other words, “Amar Singh Rathod”(1957) makes its debut in the blog. It is no ordinary debut though. As many as 113 movies were released in 1957. 99 of these movies were represented in the blog so far. So this movie is the 100th movie of 1957 to find representation in the blog !

There is another even more impressive number coming up ! The decade of 1950s (from 1951 upto 1960) saw 1111 movies getting released. 999 of these movies have been covered in the blog so far. So, ladies and gentlemen, this movie happens to be the 1000th movie of 1950s to get showcased in the blog ! We now have just 111 more movies of 1950s left to be covered in the blog. Of course songs of many of these movies may not be available. But that is for the future.

For now, let us enjoy this lovely duet from “Amar Singh Rathod”(1957). This song is sung by Sudha Malhotra, Manna Dey and chorus. It is a dance song performed in a raj darbaar. I am unable to identify the actors performing the dance. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify them.

Bharat Vyas is the lyricist. Music is composed by Sanmukh Babu.

With this song, we now reach the landmark of 14400th song in the blog. We are just five weeks short of completing ten years of the blog which would be a REAL achievement for the blog. There would be nothing “artificial” in that massive landmark that will arrive soon.

I take this opportunity to thank one and all for their continuous support and encouragement. I hope that the blog will pick up some real steam in the coming days and we will not only regain our glory days but hopefully exceed them as well.


Song-Chori chori chori mat dekho ji bhanwar ji(Amar Singh Rathod)(1957) Singers-Sudha Malhotra, Manna Dey, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-Sanmukh Babu
Chorus

Lyrics

o o o o
o o o o
o o o o
o o o o

o o o o
o o o o
o o o o
o o o o
o o o o
o o o o
o o o o
o o o o

chori chori
chori chori chori mat dekho ji bhanwar ji
hamko nigodi sharm aaye re
o bharam jaaye re
mori arji suno kanwar ji
ho o mori arji suno kanwar ji

o o o o
o o o o
o o o o
o o o o

o o o o
o o o o
o o o o
o o o o
o o o o
o o o o
o o o o
o o o o

chori chori
chori chori chori mat dekho ji bhanwar ji
hamko nigodi sharam aaye re
ho bharam jaaye re
mori arji suno kanwar ji
ho o mori arji suno kanwar ji

ho gori gori
gori gori chaandni chama cham chamke
aise me kyun ji sharm aaye re o bharm jaye re
tori batiya batao gori ji
o tori batiyaan bataao gori ji

chori chori chori mat dekho ji bhanwar ji
hamko nigodi sharm aaye re o bharam jaye re
mori arji suno kanwar ji
ho o mori arji suno kanwar ji

o o o o
o o o o
o o o o
o o o o

o o o
o o o
o o o
pyaas bujhaane apne man ki tujhse nazar milaaun re
milaaun re milaaun re
ho
pyaas bujhaane apne man ki tujhse nazar milaaun re

ho o
tum ho lobhi main lajwanti
ho
nazar miley to mar jaaun mar jaaun re
aji chhodo ye bak jhak
ham gaye thhak thhak

tak tak jiya kare dhak dhak
aankhiyaan hamaari atak jaaye re o bhatak jaaye re
o mori arji suno kanwar ji
ho o
mori arji suno kanwar ji
chori chori chori mat dekho ji bhanwar ji
hamko nigodi sharm aaye re
ho bharm jaye re
mori arji suno kanwar ji
ho o mori arji suno kanwar ji
o o o
o o o
o o o

o o o o
o o o o
o o o o
o o o o

o o o
o o o
o o o
gore gore mukhde se gori ghoonghat apna hata na
ho o ghoonghat apna hata na

ho ghoonghat me julmi kya chhupa hai tera koi khazaana
ho
tera koi khazaana
aji kholo ji jhatpat
ghoonghat ka ye pat

jao ji natkhat kahe ki ye khatpat
dulhaniya teri machal jaye re
ho badal jaye re
mori arji suno kanwar ji
o mori arji suno kanwar ji
chori chori chori mat dekho ji bhanwar ji
hamko nigodi sharam aaye re ho bharm jaye re
mori arji suno kanwar ji
ho mori arji suno kanwar ji


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Blog Day : 3601 Post No. : 14372

There have been three Hindi movies titled “Roop Lekha”. They were released in 1934, 1949 and 1962.

“Roop Lekha”(1962) was produced by N N Sippy and directed by Mohammad Hussain for Prithvi Pictures, Bombay. Incidentally, “Roop Lekha”(1949) too was directed by Mohammad Hussain.

“Roop Lekha”(1962) had Mahipal and Vijaya Chaudhary in lead roles with Sundar, Raj Adeeb, Shaam Kumar, Krishna Kumari, Amar, Jeewan Kala, Madhumati, Rafiq, Munshi Munaqqa, Mohammad Ali, Ghani, Arvind Kumar, Dondu, Balram, Nazeer Kashmiri etc also figuring in it.

There were six songs in the movie. One song has been covered in the past.

Here is the second song from “Roop Lekha”(1962) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Suman Kalyanpur. Farooque Kaiser is the lyricist. Music is composed by Naashaad.

The song is picturised as a Raaj darbaar dance song. I am unable to identify the dancer. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify the dancer as well as the other actors visible in the picturisation.


Song-Toone churaa li mere maathe ki bindiya (Roop Lekha)(1962) Singer-Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics-Farooque Kaiser, MD-Naashaad

Lyrics

toone churaa li mere maathe ki bindiya
beimaan rasiya o beimaan rasiya
toone chura li mere maathe ki bindiya
beimaan rasiya o beimaan rasiya
chor kahoon main tujhe
ya kahoon chhaliya
beimaan rasiya o beimaan rasiya
beimaan rasiya o beimaan rasiya

duniya ne tod diya tod diya
duniya ne tod diya
pyaara pyaara sapna
samjhe na koi mere
dil ka tadapna
phirti hoon maari maari
saari nagariya
beimaan rasiya o beimaan rasiya
beimaan rasiya o beimaan rasiya

kismat ne chhod diya o chhod diya
o ji mujhe chhod diya
kismat ne chhod diya manzil pe aake
pahunche hain dar pe tere sab kuchh lutaa ke
kisko khabar thhi aise badlegi duniya
beimaan rasiya o beimaan rasiya
toone chura li mere maathe ki bindiya
beimaan rasiya o beimaan rasiya
beimaan rasiya o beimaan rasiya

kaagaz ki naav teri
naav teri
kaagaz ki naav teri
kab tak chalegi
takra ke lahron se doob rahegi
jaayegi shyaam(?) teri beech bajariya
beimaan rasiya beimaan rasiya
beiman rasiya o beimaan rasiya
toone churaa li mere maathe ki bindiya
beimaan rasiya o beimaan rasiya
beimaan rasiya o beimaan rasiya


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