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Blog Day : 3937 Post No. : 15012

“Kudrat”(1981) was produced by B S Khanna and directed by Chetan Anand for Trishakti Productions, Bombay.

This multi starrer movie had Rajkumar, Rajesh Khanna, Hema Malini, Vinod Khanna, Priya Rajwansh, Aruna Irani, Deven Verma, Om Shivpuri, Keshto Mukheri, Shammi, Sapru, Kumar Aditya, Sundar, Vandana Shashtry,, Kalpana aiyyar, Tom Alter, Jolie, Daramveer, Ved Goswami, Raja Duggal, Darshan, Ratna, Rajrani, Ashok Khanna, Sunil Raahi, Pinchoo Kapoor, A K Hangal, Satyen Kappoo, Raj Mehra etc in it.

The movie was a multistarrer but most stars were were past their primes for one reason or the other. So this movie failed to attract me to the movie hall. Even today, I have not watched this movie.

The movie had eight songs in it. Seven of these songs have been covered in the past. The first three songs were covered in early days of the blog viz in 2008 and 2009. The next song was covered in 2013. The penultimate song was covered in 2018.

Here is the details of the songs from the movie that have been covered in the past :-

1 Hamen tumse pyaar kitna Multiple version song 377 12-Dec-08
2 Toone o rangeele kaisa jaadoo kiya 846 4-Mar-09
3 Chhodo sanam kaahe ka gham 1219 4-May-09
4 Dukh sukh ki har ik maala multiple version song 8331 11-Jul-13
5 Saawan nahin bhaadon nahin 14307 27-Apr-18

The eighth and final song from “Kudrat”(1981) is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.

The song is picturised as a get together piano song where an actor (Priya Rajwansh) in this case plays a piano and sings simultaneously- an Herculean task, but people watching Hindi movies have come to regard it as quite an easy task, a baayen haath ka khel. 🙂

The picturisation also shows other main actors viz Raj Kumar, Rajesh Khanna etc. The song culminates when Hema Malini, accompanied by Vinod Khanna, makes a grand entry to the get together.

With this song, all the songs of “Kudrat”(1981) get covered and “Kudrat”(1981) joins the list of movis that are YIPPEED in the blog.


Song-Sajti hai yoon hi mahfil (Kudrat)(1981) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

ho o
sajti hai yoon hi mehfil
sajti hai yoon hi mehfil
rang yoon hi dhalne do
sajti hai yoon hi mehfil
rang yoon hi dhalne do
ik charaag bujhne do
ik charaag jalne do
sajti hai yoon hi mehfil
rang yu hi dhalne do
ik charaag bujhne do
ik charaag jalne do
sajti hai yoon hi mehfil
rang yoon hi dhalne do

saaze tamanna laao
koi geet gaayen hum
jashne mohabbat hai ye
jhoom ke manaayen
hum
saaze tamanna laao
koi geet gaayen hum
jashne mohabbat hai ye
jhoom ke manaaye hum
shaam ye murado ki
subah tak to chalne do
sajti hai yoon hi mehfil
rang yoon hi dhalne do
ik charaag bujhne do
ik charaag jalne do
sajti hai yoon hi mehfil
rang yoon hi dhalne do

ab to nazar bhi apni
uthhti hai duaa ban kar
dhadkan bhi nikli dil se
naghmaa e wafa ban kar
ab to nazar bhi apni
uthhti hai duaa ban kar
dhadkan bhi nikli dil se
naghmaa e wafa ban kar
aaj to dilon jaan ki hasraten nikalne do
sajti hai yoon hi mehfil
rang yoon hi dhalne do
ik charaag bujhne do
ik charag jalne do
sajti hai yoon hi mehfil
rang yoon hi dhalne do

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Blog Day : 3918 Post No. : 14981

“Raajput”(1982) was produced by Musheer Riaz and directed by Vijay Anand for M R Productions, Bombay. This “social” movie had Dharmendra,Hema Malini,Rajesh Khanna, Vinod Khanna, Ranjeeta Kaur, Tina Munim,Rehman, Ranjeet, Nazir Hussain, Om Shivpuri, Indrani Mukherjee, Iftekhar, Purnima, Murad, Mohan Sherry, Prem Sagar, Tej Sapru, Brahma Bhardwaj, Harbans Darshan M Arora etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Four songs (including one muliple version song) has been covered in the past.

Here is the fifth song from “Raajput”(1982) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Rafi and female chorus. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

The song is a bacround song which is picturised as a bidaai song. The picturisation shows Hema Malini is a doli, with this song being played in the background. The picturisation shows Rajesh Khanna (the bridegroom), alongwith Tej Sapru (his father) and other members of Barat party. In a distance Dharmendra is seen astride a horse.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra. He points out that he audio of this song is longer than the video by one stanza and more. Lyrics are as per the full audio version.

Audio( Full)

video(Partial)

Song-Doli ho doli (Raajput)(1982) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
Female Chorus

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

doli ho doli ee
ho doli
doli ho doli ee
jab jab guzri tu iss dagar se
bichhdaa koyee humjoli ee
doli ho doli
ho doli
doli
ho doli ee

maayad ri laadli
baabaa sa ri pyaari
chhod peehar ye le chaali ee
maayad ri laadli
baabaa sa ri pyaari
chhod peehar ye le chaali ee

tu kyaa jaaney
kaun suhaagan
tu kyaa jaaney
kaun suhaagan
tu kyaa jaaney
kaun abhaagan
jo baithha bas uss ko uthhaayaa
apne raste ho li ee
doli
ho doli
ho doli
doli ho doli ee

ik aangan tu phulwaa baante
ik aangan bikhraaye kaante
tere aagey peechhe dukh sukh
kheley aankh michauli ee
doli ho doli
ho doli
doli ho doli ee

maayad ri laadli
baabaa sa ri pyaari
chhod peehar ye le chaali ee

jag mein aissaa kyun hota hai
ik hanstaa hai
ik rotaa hai
tujh se kitni baar ye poochhaa
tu ik baar na boli ee
doli ho doli
jab jab guzri
tu iss dagar se
bichhdaa koyee humjoli ee
doli ho doli
doli ho doli ee


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 : 3867 Post No. : 14885

Today 18th February 2019 is the Ninety-second birth anniversary of Mohammed Zahur “Khayyam” Hashmi Saab, whom we fondly know as Khayyam Saab.

He was born on 18th February 1927 in a village Rahon in the District of Jalandhar- Punjab.

From Jalandhar he came to Delhi and from Delhi to Lahore to Mumbai again back to Lahore and finally to Mumbai to start his career in Hindi Films in 1948.
He started his musical career as a Singer first in, singing a duet in the movie ‘Romeo And Juliet-1947’ with Zohrabai Amablewali. And later got his first assignment to compose music for the movie ‘Heer Ranjha-1948’.
After that he keep scaling new heights and achieving new milestones by simultaneously creating many everlasting unforgettable melodious gems and timeless classics.

Since 1948 to 2007 in a career spanning six decades, he has composed music for 54 movies (released) for 327 songs.
As many as 17 movies where he composed music for 60 songs were not released for various reasons and even some of them were shelved and were not completed.

He has also given music to 194 non-filmy songs composed for various albums including patriotic songs and others.

He also composed music for 08 TV serials composing 45 songs.

(*source for the above statistics is from the book ‘Khayyam’ – The Man -His Music, researched, compiled and edited by Vishwas Nerurkar and Bishwanath Chatterjee)

He is the recipient of many awards and honors.

Following is the detailed filmography of Khayyam Saab’s music for Hindi films;

S.no Film Year Song composed by Khayyam in the movie Songs posted on the blog
1 Heer Ranjha 1948 6 2
2 Parda 1949 4 4
3 Biwi 1950 6 2
4 Putli 1950 1 1
5 Pyar Ki Baaten 1951 5 4
6 Footpath 1953 6 6
7 Gul Sanobar 1953 3 2
8 Dhobi Doctor 1954 7 1
9 Gul Bahar 1954 2 2
10 Tatar Ka Chor 1955 6 5
11 Lala Rukh 1958 7 7
12 Phir Subah Hogi 1958 8 8
13 Bambai Ki Billi 1960 7 1
14 Baarood 1960 7 7
15 Shola Aur Shabnam 1961 11 5
16 Shagoon 1964 8 8
17 Mohabbat Isko Kehte Hain 1965 7 7
18 Aakhri Khat 1966 6 6
19 Mera Bhai Mera Dushman 1967 6 1
20 Pyaase Dil 1974 4 4
21 Sankalp 1974 4 4
22 Mutthi Bhar Chawal 1975 4 1
23 Sandhya 1975 3 1
24 Kabhie Kabhie 1976 10 10
25 Shankar Hussain 1977 5 5
26 Trishul 1978 8 8
27 Chambal Ki Kasam 1979 9 5
28 Khaandaan 1979 6 2
29 Meena Kumari Ki Amar Kahaani 1979 2 1
30 Noorie 1979 6 2
31 Thodisi Bewafai 1980 6 3
32 Ahista Ahista 1981 8 2
33 Dard 1981 7 2
34 Dil E Naadaan 1981 6 3
35 Nakhuda 1981 5 1
36 Umrao Jaan 1981 9 6
37 Baawri 1982 6 1
38 Baazaar 1982 5 5
39 Dil Aakhir Dil Hai 1982 5 2
40 Sawaal 1982 8 1
41 Mehndi 1983 6 1
42 Razia Sultan 1983 10 8
43 Lorie 1984 5 1
44 Bepanaah 1985 5 0
45 Anjuman 1986 5 1
46 Devar Bhabhi 1986 4 0
47 Tere Shahar Mein 1986 4 0
48 Ek Nayaa Rishta 1988 5 0
49 Parbat Ke Us Paar 1988 8 1
50 Jaan E Wafaa 1989 6 0
51 Mohabbaton Ka Safar 1995 11 0
52 Ek Hi Manzil 2000 6 0
53 Baazar E Husn(Benaras 1918 A Love Story) 2014 3 0
54 Yatra 2007 3 0
55 Begam Jaan 2017 1 1
(55 movies) 321 161
S.no unreleased Film Year Song composed by Khayyam in the movie Songs posted on the blog
1 Agala Mausam UR 5 0
2 Begam Sahibaan UR 2 0
3 Daaman UR 6 0
4 Ham Ek Hain UR 2 0
5 Ham Hain Raahi Pyaar Ke UR 6 4
6 Kaafir UR 4 0
7 Kharidaar UR 2 0
8 Majnoon UR 2 0
9 Naghma E Sahra UR 2 0
10 Pyaasi Dharti UR 4 0
11 Raahat UR 2 0
12 Sooraj Pe Dastak UR 2 0
13 Zeenat UR 2 0
14 Zooni UR 10 0
15 Vag De Paani (Punjabi) UR 5 0
16 Unutilized Movies (02)(2+2 songs) UR 4 0
Total unreleased movies 60 4

• Note – there are many movies where other composers also give music to the same film with Khayyam Saab. For some of the songs posted on the blog we need to correct the details and tagging.
• This will be done and compiled in in days to come.
• Also there are many songs composed by him which were neither included in movie or for which the records were not released, I have excluded them while counting the total number of the songs for a movie.

Today on the occasion of Khayyam Saab’s ninety-second birth anniversary here is song from the movie ‘Dard-1981’.
‘Dard-1981’ (conflict of emotions) was directed by Ambrish Sangal for ‘Murghan Enterprises, Bombay’.
It was produced by Shyam Sundar Shivdasani.

It had Rajesh Khanna, Hema Malini, Poonam Dhillon, Om Shivpuri, Krishan Dhawan, Pinchoo Kapoor, Shashi Kiran, Madhup Sharma, Kamaljeet, Harjeet, Poornima Jairam, Mazhar Khan, and Master Raju Shreshtha.
Actress Ranjeeta makes a ‘freindly appearance’ in this movie.

Story of this movie was written by Aruna Sangal. Its screenplay and dialogues were written by V.K. Sharma. Narendra Goel was the Chief Assistant Director of this movie.

Kamlakar was the editor of this movie and he was assisted by Babubhai Shah.

Music of this film was composed by Khayyam Saab.

Lyrics for all the seven songs (including one multiple version song) in this movie were written by Naqsh Layallpuri and Music was composed by Khayyam Saab.

Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle and Bhupinder had given their voices to the songs in this movie.
Lata Mangeshkar had two solo songs, Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle and Bhupinder have one solo song each and there were two duets sung by Asha Bhonsle and Kishore Kumar in this movie.
Today’s song is the multiple version song sung by Bhupinder Singh and Lata Mangeshkar.

This film was passed by censor board on 24.07.1981.

On our blog so far, we have 179 songs composed by Khayyam Saab already posted (165 songs from movies (released +unreleased), 14 non-movie songs, and one still a long way to go in bringing the remaining songs here.

Thanking Khayyam Saab for all the musical treasure-trove he has given to us and wishing him a ‘Very Happy Birthday’ today and a ‘healthy and peaceful’ life ahead, let us now enjoy the today’s song!!!

Video

Audio-Female version

Audio-Male version

Song-Ahl e dil yoon bhi nibha lete hain (Dard)(1981) Lata/ Bhupinder Singh, Lyrics-Naqsh Llayalpuri, MD-Khayyam

Lyrics

Ahl-e-dil yoon bhi nibhaa lete hain ae ae
Ahl-e-dil yoon bhi nibhaa lete hain ae ae
Dard seene mein chhupa lete hain
Dard seene mein chhupa lete hain
Ahl-e-dil yoon bhi nibhaa lete hain ae ae
Dard seene mein chhupa lete hain
Dard seene mein chhupa lete hain

Dil ki mehfil mein ujaalon ke liye
Dil ki mehfil mein ujaalon ke liye
Yaad ki shammaa jalaa lete hain ae ae
Dard seene mein chhupa lete hain
Dard seene mein chhupa lete hain

Jalte mausam mein bhi yeh deewaane ae
Jalte mausam mein bhi yeh deewaane ae ae
Kuchh haseen phool khilaa lete hain
Dard seene mein chhupa lete hain
Dard seene mein chhupa lete hain

Apni aankhon ko banaa kar ye zubaan
Apni aankhon ko banaa kar ye zubaan
Kitne afsaane suna lete hain ae
Dard seene mein chhupa lete hain
Dard seene mein chhupa lete hain

Jinko jeena hai mohabbat ke liye ae
Jinko jeena hai mohabbat ke liye ae ae
Apni hasti ko mitaa lete hain
Dard seene mein chhupa lete hain
Dard seene mein chhupa lete hain
Ahl-e-dil yoon bhi nibhaa lete hain ae ae
Dard seene mein chhupa lete hain
Dard seene mein chhupa lete hain

SINGER – BHUPINDER SINGH

Ahl-e-dil yoon bhi nibhaa lete hain ae ae
Ahl-e-dil yoon bhi nibhaa lete hain ae ae
Dard seene mein chhupa lete hain
Dard seene mein chhupa lete hain

Zakhm jaise bhi mile zakhmonse
Zakhm jaise bhi mile zakhmonse
Dil ke daaman ko sajaa lete hain ae ae
Dard seene mein chhupa lete hain
Dard seene mein chhupa lete hain

Apne kadmon pe mohabbat waale ae ae
Apne kadmon pe mohabbat waale ae ae
Aasmaanon ko jhukaa lete hain
Dard seene mein chhupa lete hain
Dard seene mein chhupa lete hain

Ahl-e-dil yoon bhi nibhaa lete hain ae ae
Dard seene mein chhupa lete hain
Dard seene mein chhupa lete hain

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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स्वर – लता मंगेशकर

अहले दिल यूँ भी निभा लेतें हैं ए ए
अहले दिल यूँ भी निभा लेतें हैं ए ए
दर्द सीने में छुपा लेतें हैं
दर्द सीने में छुपा लेतें हैं

अहले दिल यूँ भी निभा लेतें हैं ए ए
दर्द सीने में छुपा लेतें हैं
दर्द सीने में छुपा लेतें हैं

दिल कि महफ़िल में यादों के लिए
दिल कि महफ़िल में यादों के लिए
याद कि शम्मा जला लेतें हैं ए ए
दर्द सीने में छुपा लेतें हैं
दर्द सीने में छुपा लेतें हैं

जलते मौसम में भी ये दीवाने ए
जलते मौसम में भी ये दीवाने ए ए
कुछ हसीं पल खिला लेतें है
दर्द सीने में छुपा लेतें हैं
दर्द सीने में छुपा लेतें हैं

अपनी आँखों को बना कर ये जुबां
अपनी आँखों को बना कर ये जुबां
कितने अफ़साने सुना लेतें हैं ए
दर्द सीने में छुपा लेतें हैं
दर्द सीने में छुपा लेतें हैं

जिनको जीना है मोहब्बत के लिए ए
जिनको जीना है मोहब्बत के लिए ए ए
अपनी हस्ती को मिटा लेतें हैं
दर्द सीने में छुपा लेतें हैं
दर्द सीने में छुपा लेतें हैं

अहले दिल यूँ भी निभा लेतें हैं ए ए
दर्द सीने में छुपा लेतें हैं
दर्द सीने में छुपा लेतें हैं

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स्वर – भूपिंदर सिंह
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अहले दिल यूँ भी निभा लेतें हैं ए ए
अहले दिल यूँ भी निभा लेतें हैं ए ए
दर्द सीने में छुपा लेतें हैं
दर्द सीने में छुपा लेतें हैं

ज़ख्म जैसे भी मिले ज़ख्मोंसे
ज़ख्म जैसे भी मिले ज़ख्मोंसे
दिल के दामन को सजा लेतें हैं ए ए
दर्द सीने में छुपा लेतें हैं
दर्द सीने में छुपा लेतें हैं

अपने क़दमों पे मोहब्बत वाले ए ए
अपने क़दमों पे मोहब्बत वाले ए ए
आसमानों को झुका लेते हैं
दर्द सीने में छुपा लेतें हैं
दर्द सीने में छुपा लेतें हैं

अहले दिल यूँ भी निभा लेतें हैं ए ए
दर्द सीने में छुपा लेतें हैं
दर्द सीने में छुपा लेतें हैं

Ahl -e-dil
अहल-ए-दिल
اہل_دل
People of generous/loving heart


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 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 : 3665 Post No. : 14535

Here is that day again.

Yes, it is the 31st of July (2018) today – which for HFM lovers, wherever they are in the world, signifies just one thing.

The death anniversary of Mohammad Rafi – respectfully referred to as Rafisaab, by one and all.

I am sure there will be events around the country to solemnly mark the occasion. Why just in the country, probably even across the world, considering how distributed India’s diaspora around the world is.

Millions of people will be remembering today as Rafisaab’s Remembrance Day – a term we also often use on this blog.

Truth is, at least for me (and I’m sure it’s true for many), every single day of the year is Rafisaab’s Remembrance Day. For there isn’t a single day in the year that I do not remember Rafisaab in some way or the other. It is usually in the form of a song I’m listening to – or sometimes singing (thankfully only to myself). 🙂

Of course, the 31st of July adds a huge extra layer of remembrance because it brings with it a sense of loss. Although it is 38 years now, this sense of loss remains. And for me, it will remain all my life.

As I sit to write this post, I’m not sure what I should write about Rafisaab that I haven’t already written here.

The thing is, I’ve written a lot about Rafisaab here. My posts here might be relatively infrequent now but I make it a point to always write a post on Rafisaab’s birth and death anniversaries. These are two dates I never miss. It is just my very small way of paying tribute to Rafisaab, and thanking him for enriching my life in a way, and to an extent, that I just cannot describe.

And I’d like to think, he is up there, smiling as always, reading these tributes.

There isn’t much I can think of writing now that I haven’t already written before. And although I don’t mind repeating myself, I don’t want to bore the readers. Having said that, I never tire of repeatedly watching the same tributes to Rafisaab on youtube. I’ve listened to Jeetendra’s story of Deedaar-e-Yaar multiple times, SP Balasubramaniam’s story about “deewaana hua baadal” multiple times. 🙂 And each time, it feels good to listen to it.

But that’s different from my repeating stories, that too in text, not video. Besides, they speak about their personal experiences involving interaction with Rafisaab – mine are just my personal thoughts.

So I will refrain from repeating myself.

One thing I will say – I’ve often felt lucky that Rafisaab’s era was before mine. Imagine somebody living in the 1920s/30s and passing away before 1947. He or she would never have had the opportunity of listening to Rafisaab. Of course there were greats even then – like Saigal saab and Pankaj Mallick, but we now have the good fortune of being able to listen to them AND to Rafisaab, Talat Mahmood, Lataji and others.

Future generations will have even more music available to them, in addition to what is available today.

That’s the greatness of a legacy. Every individual has to die sometime – nobody can do anything about that. Yes, one can delay the inevitable – but it is still inevitable. No one has yet invented the elixir of immortality – and that might not be such a bad thing.

Coming to Rafisaab, I’ve spent hours and hours listening to him. I’ve spent all night listening to his songs. It starts with one song, then I think “ok, one more”, then “one more” and so it goes on. On youtube, you keep getting prompted anyway – so it’s just one click after another. You start with “chaudvin ka chand ho”, then, as if on cue, you’re prompted “abhi na jao chhod kar”, which then takes you to “deewana hua baadal”, which takes you to “pukaarta chala hoon main” and so on. You know the drill – you’re hooked. This has happened to me many times.

Not that I’m complaining. It has always been a thoroughly enjoyable experience. I often don’t even watch the video – I just close my eyes and let Rafisaab’s voice take over. And suddenly everything seems to either fall in place, or become inconsequential. For that period at least. When SPB says that at the end of a long day in the recording studios he would come home and listen to Rafisaab to relax, I think I can understand where he’s coming from. Rafisaab’s voice can be extremely relaxing, if you listen to the right songs. I don’t know how often I’ve listened to “ab kya misaal doon” (Aarti-1962) or “maine shaayad tumhe pehle bhi kahin dekha hai” (Barsaat Ki Raat – 1960). And think of songs like “husnwaale tera jawaab nahin” (Gharana–1961) or “ek haseen shaam ko” (Dulhan Ek Raat Ki – 1967) or “mujhe dekh kar aapka muskuraana” (Ek Musafir Ek Haseena – 1962). And if you’re looking for duets, how about “theheriye hosh mein aa loon” with Suman Kalyanpur (Mohabbat Isko Kehte Hain – 1965) or “dil pukaare” with Lata (Jewel Thief – 1967) or “phir miloge kabhi is baat ka vaada kar lo” with Asha (Ye Raat Phir Na Aayegi – 1966). And of course, one of my all-time favourites – which is why I keep coming back to it – “abhi na jao chhod kar” with Asha (Hum Dono – 1961). 🙂

And so many more. I just realized that all the songs I’ve mentioned above, which came randomly to my mind, are all 1960s songs – but this is purely a coincidence. One can find a treasure of songs from the 1950s or even 1970s. Yes, even the 1970s, when Rafisaab was supposed to be going through a lean patch for the first half of the decade. The half in which he still gave us songs like “tum jo mil gaye ho” (Hanste Zakhm – 1973) and “aaj mausam bada beimaan hai” (Loafer – 1973). And my favourite Rafisaab duet song of the 1970s – “teri bindiya re” (Abhimaan – 1973) with Lata, which I have listened to a zillion times, and can never have enough of.

Rafisaab sang practically every genre, from qawwali and devotional songs to rock-n-roll and romantic songs, adjusting his singing style and voice for every actor, depending on the needs of the situation. He was always conscious that he was the playback voice – and that the actor on screen was bringing that song to the audience in “his” (the actor’s) voice. This elevated not just the song, but often even the film, for the viewers, because very often the songs of the film carried the film. 🙂

And, to add to all this, as if his divine voice wasn’t enough, he was also one of the most gentle souls the industry has ever seen. In an industry where ego clashes and tempers were not uncommon, he was ever-smiling, ever accommodating of others, never throwing his weight around – which he could very easily have done. He had a very big heart, ever generous and helpful to those in need. And he did a lot of it without publicity. It was only after he died, that a number of his charitable actions came to light.

So SUCH is the person Rafisaab was. Will we ever see another like him in the industry? Hard enough to imagine another singer like him – add to that his nature, and I think it’s safe to rule out the chance of another Rafisaab. No, Rafisaab was one of a very special kind – like SPB says, we were just very lucky he came in our midst before he was called back.

Indeed, he was 100% right when he sang “mujh ko mere baad zamaana dhoondhega”.

I will now move on to today’s song.

As it is the 31st of July, I have selected a song, sung by Rafisaab of course, about the inevitability of passing away. It is a very short song from the film Amardeep (1979) – but it suits the occasion perfectly. Lyrics have been provided to me, as usual, by Avinashji.

The song’s lyrics, written by Anand Bakshi, talk about how death is inevitable. And yet how sudden and shocking an unexpected death can be. “Tum aise gaye, aise bhi jaata nahin koi”. Everyone knows how sudden Rafisaab’s death was. That was just no way to go. Everyone was in shock – and he was just 55.

The song also refers to having a smile on one’s face even while dead. “Kyon mar ke bhi honthon pe hansi khel rahi hai”- this could also be said of Rafisaab. He was ever-smiling, reportedly even in death.

This song brought a lump to my throat.

Also, listening to his voice only further made me realize how wonderful his voice was even just a year before he passed away. It left me with a loss of what might have been. I felt he had so much more singing in him.

Anyway, one cannot control these things. One can only be thankful for what one has got. And we have got a LOT from Rafisaab. A price can never be put on his legacy – it is just priceless. He will be in our hearts for ever, and remembered for ever.

Rafisaab is truly “amar” in this sense – and lighting amardeep in all our hearts.

Thank you, Rafisaab.

Thank you for everything.

bahut shukriya, badi meherbaani,
hum sab ki zindagi mein huzoor aap aaye

Audio

Video


Song-Duniya mein sada rehne ko aata nahin koi (Amardeep)(1979) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

Duniya mein sadaa rehne ko
Aata nahin koyi
Tum jaise gaye aise bhi
Jaata nahin koyi

Kyun mar ke bhi honthhon pe hansi
Khel rahi hai ae
Sab jaante hain aur
Bataata nahin koyi ee

Dil pehle hi dartaa thaa
Ke jal jaayega daaman
Daaman se amardeep
Bujhaataa nahin koyi
Bujhaataa nahin koyi ee
Bujhaataa nahin koyi

—————————————–
(Devnagri Script lyrics) Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
—————————————–
दुनिया में सदा रहने को
आता नहीं कोई
तुम जैसे गए ऐसे भी
जाता आ नहीं कोई

क्यूँ मर के भी होंठों पे हंसी
खेल रही है ए
सब जानते हैं और
बताता नहीं कोई ई

दिल पहले ही डरता था
के जल जाएगा दामन
दामन से अमरदीप
बुझाता नहीं कोई
बुझाता नहीं कोई ई
बुझाता नहीं कोई


This article is written by Peevesie’s mom , a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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 : 3570 Post No. : 14307

Hullo to all in Atuldom

My post today (27 april 2018) should be read after reading what our dear Rajaji wrote last year in this post of his. In there he has poured a lot of love for the handsome actor- producer- (and lastly) a politician. He has spoken for all the fans of Vinod Khanna.

It is simply unbelievable that a year has passed since this most charming actor passed away. I remember how shocked I was on reading the news on our WhatsApp group that day. The news must have broken on the news channels about noon, around the time when Vividh Bharati – All India Radio’s commercial channel- starts their farmaishie filmy gaane etc. I used to have this habit of listening to this programme, with headphones on, as I commute around (I have stopped it since). Now that day, I was most happy with the content of the programme as every single song was from a Vinod Khanna movie and all of which I simply love. It occurred to me that those songs were being played as a tribute to the departed artist, only when I read all the WA messages on returning home. It was very very saddening. But then life is like that, and apparently Vinod was ill for sometime before his death. And as Rajaji has mentioned in his post last year, there were photographs being shared on social media of a rather sick Vinod, but I always thought that must be a look for some forthcoming movie. But that was not how it was to be.

I cannot forget the look on his face when he is listening to the recorded message from his wife. And then the pain on discovering that his wife has been unfaithful- in Gulzar’s song less wonder “Achanak”. Can remember how he smartly outwits Jeetendra’s father as villain in “Anokhi Ada”. Thinking of him singing “nainon mein darpan hain darpan mein koi dekoon jise subaha shaam” with Saira Banu on a cycle in “Aarop”.

After having made his debut in 1968 through Sunil Dutt’s “Man Ka Meet” and doing roles of secondary characters as Manoj Kumar’s friend in “Purab Aur Paschim”; Shammi Kapoor’s younger brother who loses track of ‘good and bad’ in “Jaan Pehchaan”; an inspector out to nab the smuggler (Rajesh Khanna) in “Sachha Jhootha”; and a few villainous characters we saw him as a confused educated unemployed man in “Mere Apne” which was followed by “Achanak” and a small blink and miss role in “Parichay”- all of which were made by Gulzar. No mention of Vinod Khanna is complete without thinking of the “Jabbar Singh” he played in “Mera Gaon Mera Desh”- he was unforgettable, he is unforgettable, we can’t forget him.

How can we forget him- when the radio plays “priye praneshwari” or “koi hota jisko apna” or “bambai se aaya mera dost” or “ruk jaana nahin tu kahi haarke” or “darbaar mein uparwaale ke” or “bhaagi re bhaagi re brijbala kanha ne pakda rang dala” or “lagi aaj saawan ki phir who jagi hai” and all the other famous and not so famous songs featuring him.

Though his pairing with Amitabh was always enjoyed we cannot forget that he paired well with Feroz Khan, Shatrughan Sinha, Vinod Mehra, Rajesh Khanna, Dharmendra, Jeetendra, Sunil Dutt etc. As I was writing this post I wondered if he has never worked with Sanjeev Kumar and I saw that among yesterday’s posts is a song from “Chowkidaar” which had Sanjeev Kumar and VK is also there. The later year heroes Govinda, Salman Khan, Shahrukh Khan etc also co-starred with him playing an elder brother or father figure to them. He has done more than two movies each with most of the heroines of his era; be it Leena Chandavarkar, Bharati, Saira Banu, Zeenat Aman, Hema Malini, Rakhee, Parveen Babi, Reena Roy, Shaban Azmi, Rekha, Yogita Bali etc. and in his second innings Dimple Kapadia, Meenakshi, Madhuri, Madhavi, Jaya Prada, Sridevi etc. God, he had a good career and we were well entertained by him.

“Kudrat” was one of the movies where he co-starred Rajesh Khanna and Hema Malini. It also had Raaj Kumar and Priya Rajvansh in important roles. It was directed by Chetan Anand and had rebirth as its theme. It had great songs written by Majrooh Sultanpuri and Qateel Shifai and R D Burman was the music director. The song with this post is written by Majrooh and sung by Suresh Wadkar and Asha Bhonsle. It is a typical pahadi folk song performed by local dancers and as is the norm in Indian films the stars in the audience are drawn in to dance and shake a hip or leg with the performers. So, we can see Vinod Khanna starting the dance and trying to drag Hema Malini into it. This is followed by Aruna Irani (who plays the missing link between the two births of the main characters) Rajesh Khanna and Priya joining in. The song is meant to transport Hema into memories of her past birth and give her hints of link between Madho and Paro, Vinod catches Hema staring at Rajesh Khanna. And from here the story moves towards what the purpose of the movie is – getting justice for Madho and Paro (Rajesh and Hema) for the crime done to them by Raaj Kumar, father of Priya in this movie.

Thinking of the handsome Vinod Khanna today.


Song-Saawan nahin bhaadon nahin (Kudrat)(1981) Singers-Suresh Wadkar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-R D Burman
Male chorus
Female chorus
All Chorus

Lyrics

taakita dhim takita dhim
taakita dhim dhim dhim dhim
taakita dhim takita dhim
taakita dhim dhim dhim dhim

ho o o
saawan nahin bhaado nahi
saawan nahin bhaado nahin
o bindiya waali bata aa
bin baadal bijli kidhar chamki
o bin baadal bijli kidhar chamki
dhim taakita dhim takita dhim
taakita dhim dhim dhim dhim

Ha aa
taakita dhim takita dhim
taakita dhim dhim dhim dhim

Ha aa
toone abhi dekha hai kya
toone abhi dekha hai kya
pagle nazar toh uthha aaa
bin baadal bijli idhar chamki
ho oo bin badal bijli idhar chamki

dhim taakita dhim takita dhim
taakita dhim dhim dhim dhim
dhim taakita dhim takita dhim
taakita dhim dhim dhim dhim

ho oohoo ohoooo
dhim taakita dhim takita dhim (oh ho ho ho hoho)
taakita dhim dhim dhim dhim (ho ho hoho)
dhim taakita dhim takita dhim (oh ho ho ho ho)
taakita dhim dhim dhim dhim

arey sun kar ke mele ki dhoom
hum aaye hain tumhre gaanv
sunkar ke mele ki dhoom
hum aaye hain tumhre gaanv

haan gori sambhaalo humein
kar do chunariya ki chaanv
gori sambhaalo humein
kar do chunariya ki chhaanv

arrey dil pe kahin gir na pade
dil pe kahin gir na pade
dhadke hamaara jiya aaa
bin baadal bijli kidhar chamki
o bin baadal bijli kidhar chamki

dikhti nahin sar pe dhoop
saawan ke andhe ho kya ha ha

dikhti nahin sar pe dhoop
saawan ke andhe ho kya

arre bijli kahaan baaware
gora badan hai mera ha aa

arey bijli kahaan baaware
gora badan hai mera

arey thoda sa main balkha gayi
thoda sa main bal kha gayi
toh jhooma mera jhumka
ho bin baadal bijli idhar chamki
ho ooo

ho bin badal bijli idhar chamki
oo saawan nahin bhaado nahi
saawan nahin arey bhaado nahin
o bindiya waali bata aa
bin baadal bijli kidhar chamki
o bin baadal bijli
idhar chamki
oo bin badal bijli
kidhar chamki


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This is the 900th song of Anand Bakshi as a lyricist in the blog.

Blog Day : 3476 Post No. : 13965

When one looks at it, R D Burman, Rajesh Khanna, and Kishore Kumar rose to the top, taking the film world by storm almost simultaneously. In many of these movies, the three in fact worked together as well.

But their careers diverged as far as staying at the top was concerned. While Kishore Kumar remained at the top throughout his life, Rajesh Khanna’s superstardom deserted him by the mid 1970s. R D Burman continued to rule throughout 1970s, before he found himself upstaged, not by better music, but by music of the nature that testified to the fact that the saying “if you cannot dazzle them by brilliance, baffle them by bulshitting” applied to HFM after 1980s. R D Burman could not cope with that kind of music that began the vogue after 11980s and he slowly began to lose ground and assignmet, before finding a late second wind with “1942 a Love Story”(1994) which came a bit too late for him as he has already expired by the time music of this movie began to make waves.

One can notice that while Rajesh Khanna saw a meteoric rise and then fall, R D Burman maintained his brilliance for much longer. If fact, the music that R D Burman created in the second half of 1970s was arguably better that those composed in the first half of 1970s. While majority of R D Burman compositions in first half are inspired by Western music, the second half finds him using more and more Indian kind of music.

“Mehbooba”(1976) is a case in point. The songs of this movie present some very fine examples of semi classical songs. This movie finds R D Burman composing songs based on Raag Bihag, Raag Darbari Kaanda as well as Raag Shivranjani. One of these songs, viz

“Mehbooba”(1976) was produced by Musheer-Riaz andit was directed by Shakti Samanta. The movie had Rajesh Khanna, Hema Malini, Yogita Bali, Manmohan Krishan, Nazir Hussain, Sujit Kumar, Asrani, Asha Sachdev, Prem Chopra, Meena.T., Harindranath Chattopadhyaya, Chandrashekhar, Leela Mishra, Madan Puri, Master Alankar, Birbal, UmaDutt, Raj Rani, Abhimanyu Sharma, Ram Murti Chaturvedi etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. seven of these songs have been covered in the blog in the past. Here are the details of these seven songs posted in the blog:

Parbat ke peeche chambe da gaaon 410 19-Dec-08
Gori tori paijaniya 411 20-Dec-08
Mere naina saawan bhaadon phir bhi mera man pyaasa Multiple version song 480 1-Jan-09
Main tawaayaf hoon mujra karoongi 10692 13-Jan-15
Haseenon mere paas aao 11710 30-Dec-15
Jamuna kinaare aaja chhaliya pukaare aaja 13948 20-Jan-18

That leaves us with the eighth and final song from “Mehbooba”(1976). This song is sung by Lata. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist and music is of course composed by R D Burman. It is an extremely sweet and melodious folk music based song which is picturised as a “panghat” song on Hema Malini and sahelis, while Rajesh Khanna looks on from a distance. He acts and grabs Hema Malini’s kalaai only after the song gets over. Good to see him not interrupting the song midway. Our heroes and also villians certainly have taste for HFM music. 🙂

With this song, “Mehbooba”(1976) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.

And unnoticeably, Anand Bakshi touches 900 songs as a lyricist in the blog with this spng.


Chalo ree chalo ree(Mehbooba)(1976) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-R D Burman
Chorus

Lyrics

chalo ri
chalo ri
chalo ri
chalo ri
chalo ri
chalo ri
chalo ri
chalo ri

ho o o
chalo ri
chalo ri
chalo ri
chalo ri
kisi pyaase pardesi ke aane se pahle
panghat se ghar ko chalo ri
chalo ri
chalo ri

chalo ri
chalo ri
kisi pyaase pardesi ke aane se pahle
panghat se ghar ko chalo ri

hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm

chameli ke prem ki kahaani
sunaata hai nadiya ka paani
naina uljha ke kahin raani
ban gayi kisi ki deewaani
ho kam ho gayi
gaanv tere chhichhori
rurururururru
haayhaayhaayhaay
hoyhoyhoyhoyhoy
rurururururru
ho o
chalo ri
chalo ri
chalo ri
chalo ri
kisi pyaase pardesi ke aane se pahle
panghat se ghar ko chalo ri

isi panghat pe raam jaane
ghada uthwaane ke bahaane
mile kitne log anjaane
janmon ke premi puraane
o ho
o o o o
logon se chupke duniya se chori
chalo ri
chalo ri

chalo ri
chalo ri
ho o
chalo ri
chalo ri
chalo ri
chalo ri


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Blog Day : 3461 Post No. : 13890

“Dharam Kaanta” (1982) was produced and directed by Sultan Ahmad for Sultan Ahmad Productions, Bombay. The movie had Raaj Kumar, Rajesh Khanna, Jeetendra, Waheeda Rehman, Reena Roy, Sulakshana Pandit, Amjad Khan, Satyen Kappu, Om Prakash, Nazir Hussain, Mukri, Hina Kausar, Nisar Ahmad Khan, Sheetal, Purnima etc in it.

This Daaku-drama tale would not have been out of place if it was released in 1960s, but a story like this was an anachronism in 1980s. If one asks me, even the main actors signed up for this movie were by and large past their sell by date.

The movie had five songs in it. three of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fourth song from “Dharam Kaanta” (1982) to appear in the blog. The song is s “villain’s den” genre of song. It is sung by Asha Bhonsle and it is lip synced by Reena Roy, with other main characters of the movie also present. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Naushad.

Yesterday (7 january 2018) was the birthday of Reena Roy. So this song serves as a belated bithday greetings for her as well.


Song-Teri meri hai nazar qaatil ki (Dharam Kaanta)(1982) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Naushad

Lyrics

teri meri hai nazar qaatil ki
aa aa aa
teri meri hai nazar qaatil ki
khair nahin khair nahin mehfil ki
haaye
teri meri hai nazar qaatil ki
khair nahin khair nahin mehfil ki

tu sharaabi hai
tere haath mein paimaana hai
meri aankhon mein chhalakta hua maikhaana hai
hum wo saaqi hain jo deewaana bana dete hain
jaam khaali ho to nazron se pila dete hain

ye jawani ye ada
iska hai aur nasha
jaam ye jisne piya
mast hokar wo gira
zara nigaah uthha deewaane
jara nigah uthha deewaane
aaj nikal jaaye tamanna dil ki
teri meri hai nazar qaatil ki
haan
teri meri hai nazar qaatil ki
khair nahin khair nahin mehfil ki

pyaar mein jaan ki parwaah nahin ki jaati
dil mein ho dard magar aah nahin ki jaati
pyaar karte hain jo ghar baar luta dete hain
qatl ho jaaye to qaatil ko dua dete hain
kya khabar tujhko bhala
pyaar hai kaisi bala
aag us dil mein lagi
shola is dil mein uthha
ishaara mera samajh le dilbar
ishaara mera samajh le dilbar
baat nahin aisi koi musqil ki
teri meri hai nazar qaatil ki
haan teri meri hai nazar qaatil ki
khair nahin khair nahin mehfil ki

naam mera bhi hai bijli
muqaddar waala hai
na samjhna ki akela tu hi dilwaala hai
chhed dono mein chalegi to maza aayega
aag se aag milegi to maza aayega
kuchh teri baat bane
kuchh meri baat bane
raat dhalne de zara
phir koi ba bane
kisi ka tu bhi agar ghaayal ho
kisi ka tu bhi agar ghqayal ho
jaanega phir baat kisi ghaayal ki
teri meri hai nazar qaatil ki
aa teri meri hai nazar qaatil ki
khair nahin khair nahin mehfil ki


This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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.

This article is Peevesie’s mom’s 200th writeup in the blog

Hullo Atuldom

I had a message from Atulji after he posted my last contribution: “Your next write-up will be your 200th. So, make that a special write-up. 🙂 ”. And my reaction was “oh maa”. I didn’t realise I had done 200 posts. I knew I was within touching distance of the double century but not just one run away. But then here it is and I must thank Atulji for posting 99% of all that I have written and sent him since 2012.

Mere yaar ko mere allah de ek chaand sa pyaara lalla was my first post ever in any blog. I remember what I had sent him was one long unstructured post. Atulji was good enough to edit it to look readable. Plus the lyrics that I had sent had to be corrected for spellings etc. Before the song from “Dacait” I used to only send lyrics of those songs which I thought everyone will like and enjoy.

The first person to tell me “now that you have started writing please don’t stop” was my daughter, our Peevesie. I think I have kept my promise to her. My next post came around 15 days later for the birthdates of Amitabh and Rekha and since then whenever I think of a song I try to write something around that particular actor or actresses’ birthdays. That means I don’t write daily but about once in a week or 10 days.

My 100th post came up with this Sanjeev Kumar-Vidya Sinha song from “Hiraasat” and that first 100 took me a little more than three years. Now this next 100 posts have come in two years, so, just goes to show how much addiction I have developed in writing “for the blog”. And no, I have never tried to find rare songs only tried for different combinations. I also try my best to write and send a post for some dates in the calendar of this blog in addition to birthdates of Amitabh, Rekha, Kishore Kumar etc.

Now today is also a birthdate of an actress of the time when I was growing up. She was a style icon in her times. She proved that a girl clothed in western outfits was as much an Indian as a girl in a saree or salwar suit. She was unconventional in her style of dressing as well as the roles she chose. Consider this- you debut in a sister role to a hero and in your next movie with the same hero you try to woo him. Cut to two years later you again pair up with the actor and this time as his romantic co-star, this was something unheard of in an industry which said once a sister always a sister.

But without rebelling against the norms of the industry she gained a foothold in Bollywood and went on to be the favourite of the masses. B.R Chopra (whose anniversary was on 8th of this month) cast her in the role of a lady caught in a difficult marriage early on in her career and later he showed faith in her and this time cast her as rape- survivor who kills her tormentor when she finds that he has committed the same crime on her younger sister. Okay I agree my preamble is getting very confusing. I am talking of Zeenat Aman or Zeenie baby as her fans used to call her. The two B.R. Chopra films are “Dhundh” and “Insaaf Ka Tarazu”. The other movies that I referred to were- “Hare Rama Hare Krishna”, “Heera Panna” and “Ishk Ishk Ishk”- all with Dev Anand (she did about seven movies with Dev Anand.)

Zeenat Aman was liked by the audiences no matter whom she was paired with whether Amitabh, Vinod Khanna, Dharmendra, Sanjeev Kumar etc. Oh yes, she had paired romantically with Sanjeev Kumar too. Remember “Manoranjan” “Takkar” etc. She was friendly with her female co-actors too as could be seen when she appeared in an episode of “Koffee with Karan” with Hema Malini. There have been movies where she has co-starred with Parveen Babi, Shabana Azmi, Moushmi Chatterjee etc.

I am spoilt for choice as to which song to present today. I can choose from any of the movies I have mentioned or a song with any of the co-stars I have listed. I am choosing a song with the co-stars I listed, in fact a song which features three talented ladies- Parveen Babi, Shabana Azmi and our dear birthday girl Zeenie. It is from the 1982 Umesh Mehra directed “Ashanti”. It had a huge star cast led by Rajesh Khanna and Mithun Chakravarty with the above-mentioned ladies and Amrish Puri. The music director was R.D. Burman and lyricist was Anand Bakshi. Today’s song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Lata Mangeshkar. We have Mithun and Rajesh Khanna in disguise for that matter even the girls are dressed as Lavani dancers.

Happy Birthday Zeenat dear. Wish you all health and happiness today and forever.


Song-Laungi mirchi main Kolhapur ki (Ashanti)(1982) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-R D Burman
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Lyrics

suniye
main jis sheher mein jaati hooon
kehte hai sheher ke log
arey saare seher ko lag jaata hai
mere prem ka rog
kehta thha ye ek paagal thaane ka pahreder
ho o o o
arey tere aashiq bhare hain andar
paagal hain do chaar aar
hhaa aaa aa aa
o bach ke rahna
phir na kehna
laungi mirchi main kolhapur ki
lagi toh mushkil hogi
ho laungi mirchi main kolhapur chi
lagi toh mushkil hogi
si si karte phiroge ji ji
si si karte phiroge ji ee ee
lagi toh mushkil hogi

laungi mirchi main kolhapur chi
lagi toh mushkil hogi
laungi mirchi main kolhapur ki
lagi toh mushkil hogi
si si karte phiroge ji ji
si si karte phiroge ji ee ee
lag gayi toh mushkil hogi

ho laungi mirchi main kolhapur ki
daajiba
lagi toh mushkil hogi
haan

aisi tikhat main aisi karaari
kuchh mat poochho baat
ik baabu ne pakad liya thha
ik din raste mein haath
aisi tikhat main aisi karaari
kuchh mat poochho baat
ik baabu ne pakad liya thha
ik din raste mein haath

bechaare ki chutti ho gayi ee ee ee hi hi
bechaare ki chutti ho gayi
aisa ho gaya haal
log uthha ke le gaye usko seedha haspataal
bachke rehna
phir na kahna

laungi mirchi main kolhapur ki
daajiba
lagi toh mushkil hogi
laungi mirchi main kolhapur ki
pahuna
lagi toh mushkil hogi
haan

bade badon ke chhakke chhoote
sun kar mera naam
aate jaate karte hain sab
door se mujhe salaam

bade badon ke chhakke chhoote
sunkar mera naam
aate jaate karte hain sab
door se mujhe salaam
ek gali ka ladka mujhse
ae ae ae ae he
ek gali ka ladka mujhse
kar baitha thha preet
aaj talak gaata phirta
galiyon mein yahi geet

o bach ke rahna
phir na kehna
ho laungi mirchi main kolhapur ki
pahuna
lagi toh mushkil hogi
ho laungi mirchi main kolhapur ki
dajiba
lagi toh mushkil hogi
haan

waise to main sharmeeli hoon
lekin mere hazoor
mirchi mirchi hoti hai
nahin hoti koi khajoor
bhool se ik deewaana mera aa aa ho
bhool se ik deewaana mera
dil baitha thha maang
wahin hai baithha
jahaan pe maine
todi uski taang

o bach ke rahna
phir na kahna
ho laungi mirchi main kolhapur ki
pahuna
lagi toh mushkil hogi
laungi mirchi main kolhapur li
lagi toh mushkil hogi
si si karte phiroge ji ji
si si karte phiroge ji ee ee
lagi toh mushkil hogi
ho laungi mirchi main kolhapur ki
dajiba
lag gayi toh mushkil hogi
haan


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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.

Rajesh Khanna – The Phenomenon – 4
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This post under this series is not in chronological order as far as my ongoing reminiscences about Rajesh Khanna movies are concerned. But this post fits in this series about Rajesh Khanna. This particular movie “Chakravyooh”(1978) was critically acclaimed for the performance of Rajesh Khanna as also for ‘its offbeat story line’ which was at variance with typical Rajesh Khanna-romantic movies that we were used to.
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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.

“Dushman”(1971) was directed by Dulal Guha for Suchitra Productions, Bombay. the movie had Meena Kumari, rajesh Khanna, Mumtaz, nan Palsikar, Kanhaiyalal, K N Singh, Sajjan, Anwar Hussain, Rehman, Abhi Bhattacharya, Tiwari, Asit sen, Gurnam, Kuljeet, Leela Mishra, Naaz, Master Tito, Master Deepak, Narbada Shankar, Shekhar Purohit, Habib, Bihari, Khursheed, pahalwan, Soni, lalla, Mukhtar ahmad, Chatterji, Gilani, Moolchand, Samir Roy, Fazlu, Nadir, Chandulal, Bishan Khanna, H Prakash, Yusuf, Noor Mohammad, Maqbool, Reedi, Darshan, Amir Ali, Nazeer Kashmiri, etc with special appearance by Bindu and guest appearances by Maruti and Murad.
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