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

Blog Day :

4638 Post No. : 16296

#The Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 128 # A Tribute to Anand Bakshi#
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Today 30th March 2021 (21.07.1930 – 30.03.2002) is the nineteenth Remembrance anniversary of Lyricist Anand Bakshi. As a tribute to him here is a song from the ‘1976’ movie ‘Mahaachor’ On this occasion .

‘Mahaachor-1976’ was directed by Narinder Bedi for ‘Dachi Films Pvt Ltd, Bombay’. It had Rajesh Khanna, Neetu Singh, Prem Chopra, Kamini Kaushal, Manorama, Anwar Hussain, Krishna Dhawan, Manmohan, Rajan Haksar, Aruna Irani, Sonia Sahni (Special appearance), Master Lollipop, Viju Khote, Rajpal, Narbada Shankar, Jagdish Raj, Pinchoo Kapoor, Birbal, Pratima Devi, Rajnath, Moolchand, Ratnamala, Nishan Singh, Chandu, Dhanna, Mishrilal and others.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 16.10.1976.

This movie had six songs (as listed below) written by Anand Bakshi and composed by R.D. Burman.

S.No. Song Title Singer/s Posted On
01 Ae..ho..aa …mera naam yaaron mahaachor hai Kishore Kumar
02 Hindu hoon main naa musalmaan hoon Kishore Kumar
03 Sun Banto baat meri… naiyyo katni raat meri Anand Bakshi, Asha Bhonsle
04 Main tumse pyaar karti hoon Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar 29.12.2011
05 Tu kya mujhe barbaad karega … Lata Mangeshkar
06 Meethhi meethhi ankhiyon se man bhar de Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle 18.07.2016

It can be seen that only two songs from this movie have been posted on the blog. The second song appeared after a gap of a little more than four years and six months after the first song. Incidentally today’s song, the third one from this movie, is appearing after a gap of more than four years and eight months (almost about five years). The earlier two songs were posted on anniversaries of Rajesh Khanna. Today’s song is being posted on the ‘Remembrance anniversary’ of Anand Bakshi – the lyricist for this movie.

Today’s song is sung by Kishore Kumar and it is lip-synced by Rajesh Khanna. From the picturization of this song it seems to be lip synced after a communal clash between followers of to religions, where this song serves to preach the values of communal harmony

As mentioned above lyrics are by Anand Bakshi and music is composed by R.D. Burman.

In the year ‘1976’ Anand Bakshi wrote lyrics for the following movies;

S. No Name of the movie Music Director
01 Aap Beetee Laxmikant-Pyarelal
02 Baalika Badhu R.D. Burman
03 Baarood S.D. Burman
04 Bairaag Kalyanji-Anandji
05 Bhanwar R.D. Burman
06 Bullet R.D. Burman
07 Charas Laxmikant-Pyarelal
08 Deewaangee Ravindra Jain
09 Dhongee R.D. Burman
10 Do Ladkiyaan Laxmikant-Pyarelal
11 Jaaneman Laxmikant-Pyarelal
12 Jeewan Jyoti Salil Chaudhary
13 Koi Jeeta Koi Haaraa Laxmikant-Pyarelal
14 Maa Laxmikant-Pyarelal
15 Mahaachor R.D. Burman
16 Mehboobaa R.D. Burman
17 Nehale Pe Dehalaa R.D. Burman
18 Tyaag S.D. Burman

The songs from ‘Kabhie-Kabhie’, ‘Dharam Karam’ and ‘Jai Santoshi Maa’ stood in the first three ranks respectively in the annual list of ‘Binaca-Geetmala’ that year in 1976. As many as eleven songs written by Anand Bakshi figured in this list of ‘1976’. These included songs from ‘Sholay-1975’, ‘Mehboobaa-1976’, ‘Jaaneman-1976’, ‘Warrant-1975’, and ‘Charas-1976’ as well.

let us now listen to today’s song. It is sung by Kishore Kumar. R.D. Burman is the music director and lyrics are by Anand Bakshi.

Video

Audio

Song-Hindu hoon main na Musalmaan hoon (Mahaachor)(1976) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-R D Burman
Unknon voice 1
Unknon voice 2

Lyrics

Hindu hoon main naa Musalmaan hoon
Hindu hoon main naa Musalmaan hoon
Mazhab se apne main anjaan hoon
Bas itnaa pataa hai main insaan hoon
Hindu hoon main naa Musalmaan hoon
Mazhab se apne main anjaan hoon
Bas itnaa pataa hai main insaan hoon oon
Itnaa pataa hain main insaan hoon

Jisko pataa ho boley
Mazhab kaa raaz khole
Main jab paidaa hua thha
Likha hua nahin thha
Chehre pe naam mera
Sabko salaam mera
Logon ne jo bhi pukaara
Main ban gayaa bechaara
Baat samajh nahin aati
Kiskaa banoon main saathi
Taubaa hai
Taubaa hai
Main kitnaa nadaan hoon
Mazhab se apne main anjaan hoon
Bas itnaa pataa hai main insaan hoon oon
Itnaa pataa hai main insaan hoon

Likha padha nahin main
Rakhta hoon ispe yakeen main
Maine kahin suna hai
Kisi shayar ne kahaa hai
Mazhab nahin sikhaata
Aapas mein bair rakhna
Kehne ka ye matlab hai
Ye kaunsa majhab hai
Jisne tumhen bhadkaaya
Aapas mein ladna sikhaaya aa
Tum ho khafaa
Tum ho khafaa aur main hairaan hoon
Mazhab se apne main anjaan hoon
Bas itnaa pataa hai main insaan hoon oon
Itnaa pataa hai main insaan hoon

Om namah shivay nanah
Allah ho akbar r r r

Mandir masjid gurudwaare ae
Mandir masjid gurudwaare ae
Maalik ke ghar hain saare
Ha se Hindu banaa hai
Ma se Muslim banaa hai
Ha aur ma se jaano
Ham sab bane deewaanon
Do haath paanv mere
Do haath paanv tere
Jab jism hain ek jaise
Phir ham judaa hain kaise ae
Pehchaano main sach ki pehchaan hoon
Mazhab se apne main anjaan hoon
Bas itnaa pataa hai main insaan hoon oon
Itnaa pataa hai main insaan hoon

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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हिन्दू हूँ मैं ना मुसलमान हूँ
हिन्दू हूँ मैं ना मुसलमान हूँ
मजहब से अपने मैं अनजान हूँ
बस इतना पता हैं मैं इंसान हूँ
हिन्दू हूँ मैं ना मुसलमान हूँ
मजहब से अपने मैं अनजान हूँ
बस इतना पता है मैं इंसान हूँ
इतना पता है मैं इंसान हूँ

जिसको पता हो बोले
मजहब का राज़ खोले
मैं जब पैदा हुआ था
लिखा हुआ नहीं था
चेहरे पे नाम मेरा
सबको सलाम मेरा
लोगों ने जो भी पुकारा
मैं बन गया बेचारा
बात समझ नहीं आती
किसका बनूं मैं साथी
तौबा है
तौबा है
मैं कितना नादान हूँ
मजहब से अपने मैं अनजान हूँ
बस इतना पता है मैं इंसान हूँ
इतना पता है मैं इंसान हूँ

लिखा पढ़ा नहीं मैं
रखता हूँ इस पे यकीन मैं
मैंने कहीं सूना है
किसी शायर ने कहा है
मजहब नहीं सिखाता
आपस में बैर रखना
कहने का ये मतलब है
ये कौनसा मजहब है
जिसने तुम्हे भड़काया
आपस में लड़ना सिखाया
तुम हो खफा
तुम हो खफा और मैं हैरान हूँ
मजहब से अपने मैं अनजान हूँ
बस इतना पता है मैं इंसान हूँ
इतना पता है मैं इंसान हूँ

ॐ नमः शिवाय
अल्लाह हो अकबर

मंदिर मस्जिद गुरुद्वारे
मंदिर मस्जिद गुरुद्वारे
मालिक के घर हैं सारे
ह से हिन्दू बना है
म से मुस्लिम बना है
ह और म से जानो
हम सब बने दीवानों
दो हाथ पाँव मेरे
दो हाथ पाँव तेरे
जब जिस्म हैं एक जैसे
फिर हम जुदा हैं कैसे
पहचानो मैं सच की पहचान हूँ
मजहब से अपने मैं अनजान हूँ
बस इतना पता है मैं इंसान हूँ
इतना पता है मैं इंसान हूँ


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4592 Post No. : 16217

“Phir Wahi Raat”(1980) was produced by N N Sippy and directed by Danny Denzongpa. This suspense film had Rajesh Khanna, Kim, Danny Denzongpa, Aruna Irani, Jagdeep, A K Hangal, Tamanna, Lalita Pawar, Shashikala, Suresh Oberoi, Bhagwan Dada, Mukri, Om Shivpuri, Shubha Khote etc in it.

I have not watched this movie, but the movie appears quite an interesting movie, going by the story as contained in its wikipedia page:

Asha(Kim) lives in a hostel and troubled by the nightmares of her deceased aunt. The hostel warden (Lalita Pawar) and her friend Shobha (Aruna Irani) take her to a psychiatrist Dr Vijay (Rajesh Khanna). Doctor finds nothing wrong with her and advises her to get away from old memories. Parents of other girl’s from the hostel complains the administration about Asha’s behaviour and she was told to vacate the place.

Asha decides to go to her ancestral home. Dr Vijay and Shobha accompanies her. The huge manor is taken care of by Vishwanath (A.K. Hanglal) and his daughter Gauri (Tamanna). Dr Vijay and Asha develop a bond and after a few days Dr Vijay goes back to city for some work. Same night Asha sees a scary looking woman walking in the corridors. The woman keeps haunting her every night and Asha’s condition worsens. Dr Vijay comes back to help her and meets Asha’s cousin Ashok (Danny) in the manor.

Dr Vijay and Ashok plan a big party on the occasion of Asha’s birthday. Ashok calls his wife who lives abroad to join them. Ashok’s wife arrives, when Asha is cutting her birthday cake. Asha gets shocked to see her as she is the same woman who is haunting her from last many days in the house. She gets panicked and stabs Ashok’s wife, who succumbs to her injuries and dies on the spot. Police inspector Sharma (Suresh Oberoi), who is a guest of the party arrests Asha on the charge of murder. The court suspends the hearing as Asha’s condition is not stable and she is not suitable to go through the legal process.

Dr Vijay treats Asha and tries to get the answer why Asha killed Ashok’s wife. He tells Asha that Ashok’s wife arrives in India on the same day and there is no possibility that Asha saw her before her birthday in that house. But Asha is adamant that it was Ashok’s wife who was haunting her.

Gauri also gets killed after a few days. Shobha starts watching another woman walking around the house. Dr Vijay investigates further with the help of Inspector Sharma and solve the mystery at the end exposing a web of lies and greed.

This story piqued my interest and I have thought of watching this movie to find about the mystery. Watching this movie on the big screen during its original run in 1980 would have been the best way to watch the movie. Watching this movie 40 years, and that too on a tiny laptop, sitting alone would not be the same. 95 % of the thril and anticipation and suspence of watcing the movie with others would be missing.

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

Here is the fourth song from “Phir Wahi Raat”(1980) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle and Sushma Shreshtha. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.

The song is picturised as a car song on Rajesh Khanna, Aruna Irani and Kim.

The tune of the some sounds familiar. It is same as that of Meri soni meri tamanna jhoothha nahin hai mera pyaar (Yaadon Ki Baaraat). If this movie is called “Phir Wahi Raat”, then this tune can be called “Phir Wahi tune”. 🙂

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala long ago. Today happens to be his birthday. So we take this opportunity to wish him happy birthday and many happy returns of the day,

Video

Audio

Song-Dekho idhar dekho (Phir Wahi Raat)(1980) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Sushma Shreshtha, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

Dekho idhar dekho
Ae mere humsafar
Jeewan ke safar mein
Peechhe mud ke kyaa dekhnaa
Dekho idhar dekho
La la la la la la
Ae mere humsafar
La la la la la
Jeewan ke safar mein
La la la la
Peechhe mud ke kyaa dekhnaa

Dekho idhar dekho
Ae mere humsafar
Jeewan ke safar mein
Peechhe mud ke kyaa dekhnaa

Beeti huyee baaton ka gham chhodo
Zara
Aao bolo hanso
Mausam badal gayaa chalo
Aanewaali bahaaron mein baso o

Are Beeti huyee baaton ka gam chhodo
Zara aao bolo hanso
Aha
Mausam badal gayaa chalo
Aanewaali bahaaron mein baso
Dekho idhar dekho
Ae mere humsafar

Jeewan ke safar mein
Peechhe mud ke kyaa dekhnaa

Haree haree phoolon bhari
Raahon mein zindagi kho gayi

Aa aa aa aa aa
La la la la
Haree haree phoolon bhari
Raahon mein zindagi kho gayi

O ghamon ke din gaye to phir
Hawaa bhi kya suhaani ho gayee

La la la la
La la la la
La la la la

Ghamon ke din gaye to phir
Hawaa bhi kya suhaani ho gayee ee

Dekho idhar dekho
La la la la. la la
Ae mere humsafar
La la la la…
Jeewan ke safar mein
La la la la la la
Peechhe mud ke kyaa dekhnaa
Dekho idhar dekho
Ae mere humsafar
Jeewan ke safar mein
Peechhe mud ke kyaa dekhnaa aa aa aa


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 :

4547 Post No. : 16127

Rajesh Khanna – The Phenomenon – 7
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Welcome all to this seventh article in the series ‘Rajesh Khanna- The Phenomenon’. When I took up this series, I thought I will try to share articles on regular basis at least monthly, and so that within a year or so the series will get completed.

However, it has been more than five years now and some articles which I initially planned are yet to come … so we continue. And, instead of moving to the next year i.e., 1981 from the last post which presented a song of 1980, we will be enjoying a song again from a 1980 movie of Rajesh Khanna.

This is because I wish to include today’s song in this series and I constantly felt that I should not move ahead without this lovely song. After all, ‘1980’ was a special year for Kaka and it was like a turning point in his career as after this he was back and had started delivering hits on regular intervals.

But before moving ahead we will have a look on the articles posted in this series so far,

SN Song
1) Haseenon mere paas aao
2) Mahaa shoonya ke mahaan vistaar mein
3) Baby ghar chalo, ghar tum bin hai soonaa
4) Chal chal aage nikal
5) Tum nahin maanoge
6) Aaj bichhde hain kal ka darr bhi nahin

Today’s post is to pay our tributes to Rajesh Khanna on his birth anniversary. That way it is a big day on the blog specially for Rajesh Khanna fans (or people like me 😊).

Today 29th December’2020 is the seventy-eighth birth anniversary of Rajesh Khanna (Jatin Khanna – his original name). He was born on 29th December’1942 and passed away on 18th July’2012.
He would have turned seventy-eight had he been alive today.

Rajesh Khanna made his debut in Bollywood with the movie ‘Aakhri Khat’ in 1966. However, it was only after three years i.e., in 1969 that his movie ‘Aradhana’ got released and he rose to stardom and popularity, which nobody had witnessed and tasted before.

In 1969 there were six movies of Rajesh Khanna released and they were viz. ‘Aradhana’, ‘Bandhan’, ‘Do Raaste’, ‘Doli’, ‘Itefaq’ and ‘Khamoshi’.
So that was exactly more than fifty years ago now, and coming to think of the end of this year 2020 his movies released in ‘1970’ will become ‘fifty years old’ now.

In 1970 following movies of Rajesh Khanna were released;

SNo Movie Title Director
01 Aan Milo Sajna Mukul Dutt
02 Anand Hrishikesh Mukherjee
03 Kati Patang Shakti Samanta
04 Sachcha Jhootha Manmohan Desai
05 Safar Asit Sen
06 The Train Ravikant Nagaich

The next year i.e., ‘1971’ was another big year for him which saw seven of his movies releasing in the year viz. ‘Amar Prem’, ‘Andaz’, Chhoti Bahu’,’Dushman’, ‘Haathi Mere Saathi’, ‘Maryada’, and ‘Mehboob Ki Mehndi’.

Looking back at the movies of Rajesh Khanna released in these three consecutive years (1969-1970-1971) makes me to try and visualise how people were responding to his movies ? specially when we read about the ‘mass hysteria’ he created then, and people thronging outside his bungalow to get a ‘glimpse’ of him or ‘girls’ leaving their ‘lips’ on his car and if that was not sufficient, they were also writing him letters with their ‘blood’. All seems like reading a ‘fairy tale’. But that was how the country was under the ‘severe’ grip of ‘Kaka’s charisma’ then. Today nobody will believe that such things happened then. Only those who have witnessed and lived through those years will be able to share about how it was then?

I bet, even today, if all the above movies (and others in later years from 1972 onwards) are released back-to-back and if one watches them, he will definitely fall in love with Rajesh Khanna.

Other main thing associated with Rajesh Khanna’s movies was their songs. Almost all the movies (not all of the 1980s) have a very good music and some have given us the gems of the songs of Hindi Film Music then. The picturization of the ‘song sequences’ and Kaka’s performing on them with his charismatic style and jigs also made the songs special. Songs created by R.D. Burman-Anand Bakshi-Kishore Kumar will always be remembered in the history of HFM of that era.

If somebody happens to come across HFGK Vol-V (1971-1980), please do read the complimentary messages on the release of this ‘geet-kosh’.

Here is what Music Critic Raju Bharatan had said about this decade; (I am reproducing it below);

“The music we created lives” says Naushad Ali, “because it is music with a soul, a tradition.” Such music also lives because now there is the Hindi Film Geet Kosh for each song to come dancing before our eyes. And, I remember, it was Bishwa Nath Chattejee who, some 15 years back corrected some factual errors I had made in my ‘Forty years of Naushad’ story in “The Illustrated Weekly.” Also, some five years back, I remember basing almost my entire four-page article on Sachin Dev Burman on the SD Geet Kosh so painstakingly presented by Bishwa Nath Chatterjee in his ‘Saurabh-77’.
I have therefore no doubt that Bishwanath will do a similar thorough job on the 1971-1980 HFGK. This 1971-1980 decade, in my opinion, is the most important Geet Kosh for our record, since this was the decade in which our Film music underwent a metamorphosis. Browsing through this 1971-80 Geet Kosh, we are sure to get a composite idea of why our composers could not by 1980, call the tune the way they did in 1971, the year in which that Musical Superstar, Rajesh Khanna, rose to his peak. Even without looking at this Geet Kosh, I can testify that Bishwa Nath Chatterjee has done a momentous job. …. ….”

So, Kaka was a ‘Musical Superstar’ too and music of his movies always had to be good if not great always. Though, many of his movies of the eighties surrendered to the popular demand and the music produced was same as in the league of the other movies of those years. (That we will be discussing in the future posts under this series on the blog).

Today we enjoy a lovely song from the ‘1980’ movie ‘Bandish’ sung by Kishore Kumar and Asha Bhonsle. Lyrics are by Anand Bakshi and music is composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal.

I remember this song since my childhood days as it used to play on radio for the promotion of this movie. I like this song very much though the other song of this movie ‘rang bhare mausam se rang churaake’ was more popular, I think.

Today’s song also happens to be picturized on Rajesh Khanna and Hema Malini like the above song.

By the way, let us also have a look on the blog ten-years back this day. Here are the details of songs posted by our dear Atul ji on 29.12.2010 on the blog;

SN Song
1) Ham dono do premi duniya chhod chalen
2) Karwaten badalte rahen saari raat ham
3) Bye bye miss good night kal phir milenge
4) Rimjhim rimjhim dekho baras rahi raat
5) Pasand aa gayi ik kaafir haseena
6) Aayo re aayo re aayo re saawan aayo re
7) Aa jaao aa bhi jaao

So, we had seven posts in a single day – all Rajesh Khanna songs – all posts done by Atul ji, including two songs from ‘Bandhan-1969’. I think that makes many things clear and no body should have doubt now as who else other than me and Raja ji is the great fan of Rajesh Khanna. 😊

Let us now enjoy today’s song and remember Kaka …

Video

Audio

Song-Mere hosh le lo deewaana bana do (Bandish)(1980) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

mere hosh le ae lo o
deewaana banaa do
mere hosh le ae ae lo o
deewaana banaa do
koi baat chhedo
fasaana banaa do
mere hosh le ae lo o
deewaana banaa do
koi baat chhedo
fasaana banaa do

nazaaron ko dil ki kahaani sunaa kar
bahaaron ka mausam
suhaanaa banaa do
mere hosh le ae ae lo o
deewaana banaa do
koi baat chhedo
fasaana banaa do o

ye jee chaahta hai
zaraa jee ke dekhen
ye jee chaahta hai
zaraa jee ke dekhen
mohabbat ka meethhaa zehar
pee ke dekhen
mohabbat ka meethhaa zehar
pee ke dekhen

bahaanon ko chhodo
bahaana banaa do
koi baat chhedo
fasaana banaa do
mere hosh le ae ae lo o
deewaana banaa do

na yoon sharm se tum
nigaahen jhukaa lo o
mujhe zindagi do
mujhe maar daalo o
na yoon sharm se tum
nigaahen jhukaa lo o
mujhe zindagi do
mujhe maar daalo o
mujhe is nazar ka nisaahnaa banaa do
mere hosh le ae lo o
deewaana banaa do

jo tumne kahaa hai
jo hamne kahaa hai
jo tumne kahaa hai
jo hamne kahaa hai
zaraa socho thehro
ye sab kuchh nayaa hai
zaraa socho thehro
ye sab kuchh nayaa hai

naye pyaar ko tum
puaanaa banaa do
koi baat chhedo
fasaana banaa do
mere hosh le lo o
deewaana banaa do
koi baat chhedo
fasaana banaa do

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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मेरे होश ले ए लो ओ
दीवाना बना दो
मेरे होश ले ए ए लो ओ
दीवाना बना दो
कोई बात छेड़ो
फ़साना बना दो
मेरे होश ले ए लो ओ
दीवाना बना दो
कोई बात छेड़ो
फ़साना बना दो

नजारों को दिल की कहानी सुना कर
बहारों का मौसम
सुहाना बना दो
मेरे होश ले ए लो ओ
दीवाना बना दो
कोई बात छेड़ो
फ़साना बना दो ओ

ये जी चाहता है
ज़रा जी के देखें
ये जी चाहता है
ज़रा जी के देखें
मोहब्बत का मीठा
ज़हर पी के देखें
मोहब्बत का मीठा
ज़हर पी के देखें

बहानों को छोडो
बहाना बना दो
कोई बात छेड़ो
फ़साना बना दो
मेरे होश ले ए ए लो ओ
दीवाना बना दो

न यूं शर्म से तुम
निगाहें झुका लो ओ
मुझे ज़िन्दगी दो
मुझे मार डालो ओ
न यूं शर्म से तुम
निगाहें झुका लो ओ
मुझे ज़िन्दगी दो
मुझे मार डालो ओ
मुझे इस नज़र का निशाना बना दो
मेरे होश ले ए लो ओ
दीवाना बना दो

जो तुमने कहा है
जो हमने कहा है
जो तुमने कहा है
जो हमने कहा है
ज़रा सोचो ठहरो
ये सबकुछ नया है
ज़रा सोचो ठहरो
ये सबकुछ नया है

नए प्यार को तुम
पुराना बना दो
कोई बात छेड़ो
फ़साना बना दो
मेरे होश ले लो ओ
दीवाना बना दो
कोई बात छेड़ो
फ़साना बना दो


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4547 Post No. : 16126

Hullo Atuldom

Today is a special day for Kaka fans. It would have been his 78th birthday.

On this occasion here is a song which is from Kaka a.k.a Jatin Khanna popular among his fans as Rajesh Khanna’s productional debut. “Alag Alag” (1985). It was produced by Rajesh Khanna and Kusum Narula, under the banner of Aashirwaad Films International, Bombay.

A small anecdote is noted – that Kishore Kumar did not accept any payment for his singing assignments in this film. He said that he felt indebted to Rajesh Khanna and ‘Aradhana’ for catapulting his career to a new high, and this being Rajesh’s first film as a producer, he would sing for him without accepting any payments.

The star cast of this film is listed as Shashi Kapoor, Rajesh Khanna, Tina Munim, Deven Verma, Sushma Seth, Gita Siddhartha, Urmila Bhatt, Anjana, Raj Rani, Rajesh Puri, Subiraj, Asit Sen, Bharat Bhushan, Bhagwan, Satyen Kappu, Mohan Choti, Birbal, Vikas Anand, Manmauji, Manik Dutt, Sunil Dhawan, Gurbachhan, with special appearance by Bindu and friendly appearances by Om Prakash and Om Shivpuri. Music director was Kaka’s favorite RDB who was instrumental in securing Kak’s position as a superstar in the beginning of the ’70s. Anand Bakshi another of those responsible for the Kaka phenomenon was the lyricist. And finally the director was Shakti Samanta- the maker of ‘Aradhana’, ‘Kati Patang’ ‘Amar Prem’ etc. All-in-all the movie had everything that would have ensured a success at the box-office.

It seems that it was inspired from a Pakistani film “Meherbani” that released in 1982. It is remembered for its different story-line and its picturesque locales-Kashmir. I am sure our Nahmji has mentioned this in one of her recent posts about how she went location-spotting on her tour of Kashmir. One of the reviewers of this movie has mentioned that this was a movie where Tina Munim showed sparks of being a dedicated actress.

Sudhirji has given the story of the movie in this writeup. Sudhirji’s post mentions that the Geet Kosh has listed seven songs for this movie in addition to the song that he had unearthed.

Today we will be having the fifth song of ‘Alag Alag’ which is sung by Rajesh Khanna’s voice Kishore Kumar. It is reminiscent of all the melodious and melancholic songs of the period when Kaka was on his upward movement. It has his eyes doing all the speaking. Lata Mangeshkar sings for Tina Munim.

Wishing he was still with us.


Song-Tere naam ke siwa kuchh yaad nahin (Alag Alag)(1985) Singers-Lata, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

aaaaa aaaaa
aaaaa aaaaa
kaagaz kalam dawaat le ye kissa likhe koi

kaagaz kalam dawaat le ye kissa likhe koi
raanjha raanjha karte phir ik heer deewaani hoyi
jab se tujhko dekha aa aa aa
jab se tujhko dekha hai
main sabko bhool gayi hoon
auron ki kya baat karen
main rab ko bhool gayi hoon
tere naam ke siwa aa kuchh yaad nahin
tere naam ke siwa kuchh yaad nahin

kya shaadi kya doli kaise chaar gavaah kya kaazi
duniya se kya lena dena
dil raazi rab raazi

jogi ban ko jaaye ae ae ae
jogi ban ko jaaye
mujhko jaana tere dwaare
tere dwaare ko jaate
duniya ke raste saare
tere naam ke siwa kuchh yaad nahin
tere naam ke siwa kuchh yaad nahin
mujhe kya ho gaya kuchh yaad nahin
toone kya kar diya mujhe yaad nahin
tere naam ke siwa kuchh yaad nahin
tere naam ke siwa kuchh yaad nahin

laaj ke pehre toot gaye
na toota pyaar ka waada
jab jab shyaam ne bansi chhedi
tadap uthhi ye raadha
prem ke raste mein hai oonche ae ae
ho o
prem ke raste mein hain unchhe parvat saagar gehre
hum premi aankhon se andhe aur kaanon se behre
tere naam ke siwa kuchh yaad nahin
tere naam ke siwa kuchh yaad nahin

mujhe kya ho gaya kuchh yaad nahin
toone kya kar diya kuchh yaad nahin
tere naam ke siwa kuchh yaad nahin
tere naam ke siwa kuchh yaad nahin


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4458 Post No. : 15938

“Tyaag”(1976) was Produced by N S Kabir and directed by Deendayaal Sharma for Films and Films Interbnational Production, Bombay. The movie had Sharmila Tagore, Rajesh Khanna, Master Tito, Sulochana Latkar, Prem Chopra, Mukri, Asit Sen, Murad, Amrit Patel, Tuntun, Kamal Kapoor, Chandrima Bhaduri, Mohan Jerry, Mahendra Zaveri, Om prakash, Nayim, Billimoria, Anand, Lalita Kumari etc with guest appearances by Bindu, Master Satyajit, Dheeraj, Gurnam Singh, Sona, Raza Murad in it.

N S Kabir was Sharmila Tagore’s secretary, so one could reasonably guess that Sharmila Tagore was the actual producer. The movie had the same lead pair as that of the blockbuster “Aradhana”(1969). In fact, the songs of the movie were similar to the songs of “Aradhana”(1969).

There was one song that had the term “Kore kaaghaz” , seeking to recreate the magic of the song “Kora kaaghaz tha ye man mera” song from “Aradhana”(1969).

“Tyaag”(1976) had five songs in it. two songs have been covered in the blog including the above mentioned song.

Today is the birth anniversary of S D Burman (1 october 1908- 31 october 1975). On this occasion, here is a song from “Tyaag”(1976). This song is sung by Kishore Kumar and Lata. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by S D Burman.

The song is picturised on Rajesh Khanna and Sharmila Tagore. Watching the picturisation, one can clearly see that this song seeks to serve the same purpose that the song “roop tera mastaana” serves in “Aradhana”(1969). 🙂

Too bad that the moviegoers did not treat the movie as the box office equivalent of “Aradhana”(1976). 🙂

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala.


Song-Tum ham ham tum ek nadi ke hain do kinaare (Tyaag)(1976) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-S D Burman
Both

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

Ham tum
Hmm
Tum ham
Ham tum
Ek nadi ke ae hain do kinaare
Ham tum
Hmm
Tum ham
Ham tum
Aise milenge pritam ho pyaare
Ham tum
Hmm
Tum ham
Ham tum

Aise milenge
ke dekhenge saare
Ham tum
Hmm
Tum ham
Ham tum

Door kya hai paas kya hai
Sun o jeevansaathi
Aar paar behti dhaar
Hamko hai milaati

Door kya hai paas kya hai
Sun o jeevansaathi
Aar paar behti dhaar
Hamko hai milaati
Door kya hai paas kya hai
Sun o jeevansaathi
Aar paar behti dhaar
Hamko hai milaati
Jeevan hai jab se
Naa jaane kab se
Jeevan hai jab se
Naa jaane kab se
Ham hain tumhaare ae
Tum ho hamaare
Ham tum

Hmmm
Tum ham
Ham tum
Aise milenge ke dekhenge saare

Ham tum
Tum Ham
Ham tum

Maan lete hain ke chalo
Tumne ye kahaa hai
Dil magar hamaara jaane
Kyun dhadak rahaa hai
Maan lete hain ke chalo
Tumne ye kahaa hai
Dil magar hamaara jaane
Kyun dhadak rahaa hai
Bheege nazaare
Jaise ye saare
Bheege nazaare
Jaise ye saare
Bheeg na jaayen aen
Yoon nainaa hamaare
Ham tum
Hmm
Tum ham
Ham tum

Aise milenge ke dekhenge saare
Ham tum
Tum Ham

Ham tum
Tum ham
Ham tum
Tum ham

Ham tum


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4400 Post No. : 15783

I cut my HFM teeth in late 1960s when old order was giving way to new. Old order meant Rafi as the male playback singer of choice, Shammi Kapoor as the heart throb, and Shankar Jaikishan as the music directors of choice for big banners. In a matter of a few years or so, the musical order was turned upside down. When the dus settled, we found Shammi Kapoor being replaced by Rajesh Khanna, Rafi by Kishore Kumar and Shankar Jaikishan by R D Burman.

I became a young music lover sometime in mid to late 1960s. From being used to Rafi voice blaring from loudspeakers, I found a new male voice beginning to blare out of loudspeakers. Alongwith rest of the population, I too was mesmerised by this voice. The vesry first time I listened to the voice of Kishore Kumar, i loved it. the song was the iconic “Padosan”(1968) song-“mere saamne waali khidki”.

Rajesh Khanna meanwhile took the movie world by storm with “Aradhana”(1969), and that was followed by a string of hits. I would have loved to watch all those Rajesh Khanna songs, but I ended up watching “Haathi Mere Saathi”(1971) and “Apna Desh”(1971), that is all. By the time my movie watchin spree began in right earnest in june 1978, Rajesh Khanna had lost his crown as the first superstar of Hindi movies. That crown had passed on to Amitabh Bachchan.

Unlike Rajesh Khanna, Kishore Kumar never lost the crown of the top male playback singer. He continued to hold this crown troughout his life, till 1987. What longevity ! It is not easy to hold on to the top spot, as we see from the example of Rajesh Khanna. If Kishore Kumar could do it for close to two decades till his death, they this speaks highly of his durability and saleability. In fact, I feel that he almost singlehandedly held up the quality of playback singing during 1980s after all other leading playback singers had passed away.

On the occasion of Kishore Kumar’s 91st birth anniversary today on 4 august 2020 here is an archtypical Rajesh Khanna song sung by Kishore Kumar. The song is a duet from “Shahzaada”(1972). This movie was directed by K Shankar for Amar Chhaaya, Bombay. The movie had Rajesh Khanna, Raakhee, Madan Puri, Veena, Karan Dewan, Pandari Bai, Jairaj, Sunder, Mohan Choti, Gulshan Baawra, Badri Prasad, Halam, Varalakshmi, Shreeram Shastri etc in it. The movie had five songs in it. Two songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Shehzaada”(1972) to appear in the blog. the song is sung by Kishore Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar. The song is penned by Rajinder Krishan. Music is composed by RD Burman. This roothhna manaana genre of song is picturised on Rajesh Khanna and Raakhi.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala.


Song-Na jaiyyo chhod ke na jaiyyo meri raani (Shehzaada)(1972) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lata, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

Na jaiyyo o
Na jaiyyo o o
Chhod ke na jaiyyo meri raani
Na jaiyyo o o
Chhod ke na jaiyyo meri raani
Haan jaayegi saath tere
Jaayegi saath tere
Meri zindgaani
Haan Na jaiyyo
Chhod ke na jaiyyo meri raani
Na jaiyyo
Hoye
Chhodke na jaiyyo meri raani

Baagon mein kaliyaan khilne ke din
Baagon mein kaliyaan khilne ke din
Ankhiyon se ankhiyaan milne ke din
Hey ae
Baagon mein kaliyaan khilne ke din
Ankhiyon se ankhiyaan milne ke din
O ho
De doonga jaan meri
De doonga jaan meri
Baat jo na maani haan
Naa jaaun
Chhodke naa jaaun tohe jaani
Ho kadmon mein tere meri
Kadmon mein tere meri
Phool si jawaani
Ho jaani jaaun
Naa jaaun
Naa jaaun
Chhodke naa jaaun tohe jaani

Tu hi sawera
Tu hi meri shaam
Tu hi sawera
Tu hi meri shaam
Duniya se pyaara
Mujhe tera naam re
Tu hi sawera
Tu hi meri shaam
Duniya se pyaara
Mujhe tera naam
Likh de jiya pe mere
Likh de jiya pe mere
Preet ki kahaani
Ho jaani jaaun
Naa jaaun
naa jaaaun
Chhodke naa jaaun tohe jaani

Kaahe ko roothhi thhi
pehle Gujariya
Jaanoon thhi manaa lega mera
Sawariyaa aa
Aankh micholi ki ye
Aankh micholi ki ye
Reet hai puraani
Ho jaani jaaun
Naa jaaun
naa jaaun
Chhodke naa jaaun tohe jaani

Ho
Jaayegi saath tere
haan
jaayegi saath tere
Meri zindgaani
Haan
Na jaiyyo oye
Chhodke na jaiyyo meri raani


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4383 Post No. : 15732

Today, the 18th of July, is the death anniversary of one of the Hindi film industry’s biggest superstars. Probably one of its most controversial too. And certainly one of its most polarizing.

No prizes for guessing who I’m talking about. Of course, I’m talking about the one-time heartthrob of millions of women, Rajesh Khanna.

It’s been 8 years now since that day in 2012. I still remember the morning I got to hear the news – I was stunned. I knew he was ailing, but even so I never expected it would be so soon.

Since then, I’ve been writing posts on his birth and death anniversaries regularly here. To be honest, I don’t think the posts themselves contain any new material as such. But I still write – this is my small way of paying tribute to him.

As I’m writing a tribute to Rajesh Khanna, I’d like to think what he would like me to write about.

It’s no secret that he’d like me to write about his glory days. The days when he just had to tilt his head, and women would swoon. Or smile in a way only he could, and women would sigh. Or utter one dialogue in that deliberate drawn-out style and women would want to tie the knot that minute with him, even if they were already married.

Yes, he’d probably want me to write about all of this. How, during THAT period, he delivered hit after hit with such regularity that nothing else in the film mattered as long as Rajesh Khanna was hero. So much so that even a film which was mostly about elephants, and which Rajesh Khanna was admittedly not too keen on being part of, ended up becoming a smashing superhit.

Yes, he’d probably want me to write about all of this. And probably not too much about what followed after THAT period.

And yet, every single time when I’ve written about Rajesh Khanna, I haven’t been able to limit myself to just “the good bits”. I don’t do hagiography – and this isn’t like a highlights video, where you see a rather distorted and very selective picture of events.

So everytime I’ve written about him, I’ve also presented the not-so-flattering side of his persona.

Perhaps one reason is that I’m not able to easily separate the art from the artist. Not just in his case, but in anyone’s case. I know a lot of people say one should – but it’s easier said than done. This is also the reason that most of my posts here on Sahir and Rafisaab (two personalities I’ve discussed the most here) are also a lot about their character and persona outside their specific field.

Staying with Rajesh, like I said at the very start, he was a polarizing personality. You either loved him, or hated him. And I think this was something that he bore right through, till his death.
Even on his death, while there were condolences being offered, there were plenty of people constantly reminding everyone of his misdeeds.

Anyway, that’s how the world is. I don’t know if Rajesh did any good deeds, but all the things he did wrong are constantly brought up in a discussion about him.

Am reminded of that famous Mark Antony speech from Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar.

“Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears
I come to bury Caesar, not to praise him
The evil that men do lives after them
The good is oft interred with their bones
So let it be with Caesar”

So let’s accept the same for Rajesh Khanna too. I’m not here to defend his wrongdoings. And I don’t think he’d want me to either. In the latter part of his life, he himself realized the mistakes he had made. And was honest enough to admit them. Which is the best you can do. You cannot undo what’s already done, but you can acknowledge your mistakes and try to make amends.

And boy, did Rajesh Khanna make mistakes! He made a LOT of them. Success came to him too soon, and SO overwhelmingly that it completely went to his head. By his own admission, he didn’t know how to deal with it. It made him supremely arrogant. It made him treat others with disdain and contempt. It made him thoroughly unprofessional. It brought with it a lot of vices in his lifestyle. It also brought with it a number of sycophants who only told him what he wanted to hear. Even when his films were beginning to fail, they kept the bad news away from him.

No wonder he fell the way he did. If your echo chamber keeps you insulated from reality, you have no corrective feedback mechanism to correct yourself.

It took Rajesh Khanna many years to come to terms with reality. For a long while, he still lived in that bubble.

I don’t think many realize that in 1975, when his decline began getting visible, Rajesh was still just 32-33. By then he had seen SO much success, that it was all only downhill from then on. It’s extremely hard for a superstar to reconcile with the thought that you’ve lost your mojo by 33.

By contrast, Amitabh Bachchan, a couple of months older to Rajesh, had just started seeing success at 33. That too, after quite a struggle.

And that’s another point I want to make here.

Many say that Amitabh Bachchan was/is THE thorough professional. He was a director’s delight. Just as much as Rajesh Khanna was a director’s nightmare. Amitabh was always punctual – even embarrassingly so for his co-stars.
And even at the peak of his superstardom. Rajesh Khanna’s tantrums were often just tolerated by his directors, because he was a superstar. So naturally when he began flopping, he didn’t have too many wanting to pick him up.

My point therefore is, if Amitabh Bachchan is a role model for any aspiring young actor (or person in any profession), we can also say Rajesh Khanna is probably the antithesis of that role model.

So you actually learn from BOTH of them. From Amitabh on how to conduct yourself, even when you see success. And from Rajesh on how NOT to conduct yourself, ESPECIALLY when you see success.

An older Rajesh would probably say to a class of youngsters “Don’t make the mistakes I made”.

There’s a lot to learn from observing others.

I realize I haven’t talked at all about Rajesh Khanna’s films (except for a reference to Haathi Mere Saathi). But then, that’s a whole new post in itself – and this one has already become long enough.

I’ll move on to the song for today.

As is now routine, lyrics of this song have come to me, courtesy Avinashji. He sent me a number of songs to choose from – I went with this. The title song of “Aashiq Hoon Bahaaron Ka”. This is the only song of this film yet to be posted – so with this, the movie gets yippeeed.

It’s actually somewhat ironic that I picked this movie’s song for today. For it was this film that made me do a blackout of Rajesh films.

By the time AHBK was released in 1977, Rajesh was well and truly on his way down. Amitabh had established himself as the new star, well on his way to becoming superstar. Rajesh’s movies had been flopping one after another, for at least two years by then.

And yet, fans like myself, would not give up hope. We’d watch with dismay as his movies would come and go. I remember Chalta Purza (1977) lasting barely a week at our local cinema hall. This, while Amar Akbar Anthony ran for many weeks.

Anyway, so AHBK came along. It was a very expensive movie, with foreign locales and all – one of the most expensive at the time. And how it flopped! J Om Prakash, director, admitted later that he didn’t want to make the film, but did so only because of his friendship with Rajesh Khanna. Danny also realized it would flop and warned the director.

This is what imdb says

Danny Denzongpa realized the film was going to be a disaster and warned the director. When the schedule went to Switzerland, Danny’s fears came true and the shooting went haywire due to the script being written at the last minute and disorganization.

When I watched the film all those years ago, I couldn’t take it anymore. I’d been hoping against hope that Rajesh would come back – but if THIS was the type of film he was going to act in, I saw no hope.

So after this film, I imposed a black-out on myself to not watch any other Rajesh film. It was just too painful to watch his films of that time.

For more than 25 years thereafter, I didn’t watch any Rajesh Khanna film. Except for 2 films that both appeared on Doordarshan – Thodisi Bewafai (1980) and Avtaar (1983), and one film I watched in a film hall in Calcutta with friends (I wasn’t keen, but I tagged along) – Dharam Kanta (1982).

Much later, I did catch up on films that I had missed. And I must admit many of them weren’t too bad.

But for me, AHBK will always be the turning point in my Rajesh experience. 🙂

And here I am, posting a song from this film. 🙂

More details of the film can be found on this post by Avinashji himself.

I will move on to the title song, which was fairly popular in its time, especially considering the disaster that the film was. 🙂

But that should not take away from Rajesh Khanna. If the script is rubbish, you can’t blame the actors. Amitabh Bachchan himself said once about some of his late 1980s films that he acted in them, very reluctantly only to accommodate friends.

So, as I close this, I just want to say to Rajesh Khanna…

Kaka, we still remember you fondly. Well, some of us do. Speaking for me personally, I will always remember you, and thank you, for the fond memories of my childhood, whether it be “ye shaam mastaani”, “yahaan wahaan saare” or “rona kabhi nahin rona”.

I hope wherever you are today, you are in a good place, and having fun with friends Kishore da and Pancham. 🙂

Editor’s note:- With this song, all the songs of the movie have been covered. So, “Aashiq Hoon Bahaaron Ka” (1977) joins the list of movies that have been YIPPEED in the blog.

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Song-Main aashiq hoon baharon ka (Aashiq Hoon Bahaaron Ka)(1977) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

nahin dekhaa
kabhi pehle
kabhi pehle ae
nahin dekhaa
ye phool hai kin gulzaaron kaa
main aashiq hoon oon oon bahaaron kaa
main aashiq hoon oon oon bahaaron kaa
nahin dekhaa
kabhi pehle
kabhi pehle ae
nahin dekhaa
ye phool hai kin gulzaaron kaa
main aashiq hoon oon oon bahaaron kaa
main aashiq hoon oon bahaaron kaa aa
main aashiq hoon bahaaron kaa

mujhe jo pasand ho main
chhodtaa nahin
par daro mat phoolon ko main
todtaa nahin
mujhe jo pasand ho main
chhodtaa nahin ee
par daro mat phoolon ko main
todtaa nahin
mujhko khabar hai ke
tumsi naazuk kaliyaan
chhoone se sharmaa jaati hai
ye hai aadat meri binaa matlab ke
ye nazrein kisi chehre pe
yoon hi ruk jaati hain
yoon hi ruk jaati hain
nahin dil mein
kuchh mere
mujhe shauk hai sirf
nazaaron ka aa
main aashiq hoon oon oon bahaaron kaa
main aashiq hoon oon oon bahaaron kaa

tumse haseenon ki ho
khaaq qadar
ham log rang roop ko na
dekhen agar
tumse haseenon ki ho
khaaq qadar
ham log rang roop ko na
dekhen agar
jiski taraf koyi dekhtaa nahin
poochho us’se kitni taqleef hoti hai
jal jaataa hai wo dil hi dil mein
jab saamne unke auron ki taareef hoti hai ae
taareef hoti hai
to lat uljhhi
suljhaa doon
matlab hai ye mere ishaaron kaa aa
main aashiq hoon oon oon bahaaron kaa
main aashiq hoon oon bahaaron kaa
nahin dekhaa
kabhi pehle
kabhi pehle ae
nahin dekhaa
ye phool hai kin gulzaaron kaa
main aashiq hoon oon oon bahaaron kaa aa
main aashiq hoon oon bahaaron kaa aa
main aashiq hoon oon oon bahaaron kaa aa

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Devnagri script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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नहीं देखा
कभी पहले
कभी पहले ए
नहीं देखा
ये फूल है किन गुलज़ारों का
मैं आशिक हूँ ऊँ ऊँ बहारों का
मैं आशिक हूँ ऊँ ऊ बहारों का
नहीं देखा
कभी पहले
कभी पहले ए
नहीं देखा
ये फूल है किन गुलज़ारों का
मैं आशिक हूँ ऊँ ऊँ बहारों का
मैं आशिक हूँ ऊँ बहारों का आ
मैं आशिक हूँ ऊँ बहारों का

मुझे जो पसंद हो मैं
छोड़ता नहीं
पर डरो मत फूलों को मैं
तोड़ता नहीं
मुझे जो पसंद हो मैं
छोड़ता नहीं ई
पर डरो मत फूलों को मैं
तोड़ता नहीं
मुझको खबर है के
तुमसी नाज़ुक कलियाँ
छूने से शरमा जाती है
ये है आदत मेरी बिना मतलब के
ये नज़रें किसी चेहरे पे
यूं ही रुक जाती है
यूं ही रुक जाती है
नहीं दिल में
कुछ मेरे
मुझे शौक है सिर्फ
नजारों का आ
मैं आशिक हूँ ऊँ ऊँ बहारों का
मैं आशिक हूँ ऊँ ऊँ बहारों का

तुमसे हसीनों की हो
खाक कदर
हम लोग रंग रूप को न
देखें अगर
तुमसे हसीनों की हो
खाक कदर
हम लोग रंग रूप को न
देखें अगर
जिसकी तरफ कोई देखता नहीं
पूछो उससे कितनी तकलीफ होती है
जल जाता है वो दिल ही दिल में
जब साने उनके औरों की तारीफ़ होती है ए
तारीफ़ होती है
तो लट उलझी
सुलझा दूं
मतलब है ये मेरे इशारों का आ
मैं आशिक हूँ ऊँ ऊँ बहारों का
मैं आशिक हूँ ऊँ बहारों का

नहीं देखा
कभी पहले
कभी पहले ए
नहीं देखा
ये फूल है किन गुलज़ारों का
मैं आशिक हूँ ऊँ ऊँ बहारों का आ
मैं आशिक हूँ ऊँ बहारों का आ
मैं आशिक हूँ ऊँ ऊँ बहारों का आ


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 : 4210 Post No. : 15407

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No. 5
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Welcome all to this post, where, under the ‘Blog ten-year challenge’, we have another movie which has completed a ‘decade’ on the blog with only one of its song posted on the blog.

This movie is ‘Prem Bandhan-1978’*. And the song ‘main tere pyaar mein paagal’ from this movie was posted on the blog exactly ten years back i.e. on 27.01.2010.

Two more songs were posted on that day and the three songs posted that day were as given below;

Song Movie title-Year Remarks
Door papeeha bola raat aadhi rah gayi Gajre-1948
Husn bhi hai udaas udaas Fareb-1953
Main tere pyaar mein paagal Prem Bandhan-1978

Browsing other songs from ‘Prem Bandhan-1978’ it is clear that only the above-mentioned song of this movie was the most popular song from this movie. It ranked at number 14 in the ‘annual list’ of ‘Binaca Geetmala’ of the year ‘1979’. Since the movie was passed by the Censor Board on 26.12.1978 it must have been released in theatres in around year end 1978 or around first week of January’1979 I guess.

The title song from ‘Ankhiyon Ke Jharokhon Se-1978’ topped the annual list of ‘Binaca Geetmala’ of that year followed by ‘aadmi musaafir hai’ from ‘Apnaapan-1977’.

The other movies released in 1978 and where music was composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal are as given below;

SNo Movie Passed by Censor Board on
01 Aahuti 25.04.1978
02 Amar Shakti 16.09.1978
03 Badalte Rishtey 03.11.1978
04 Chakravyuha 22.07.1978
05 Daakoo Aur Jawaan 22.11.1978
06 Dil Aur Deewaar 08.09.1978
07 Kaalaa Aadmi 23.02.1978
08 Main Tulsi Tere Aangan Ki 14.07.1978
09 Phaansi 04.03.1978
10 Phool Khile Hain Gulshan Gulshan 04.09.1978
11 Prem Bandhan 26.12.1978
12 Saawan Ke Geet 16.02.1978
13 Satyam Shivam Sundaram 22.03.1978

Songs from ‘Satyam Shivam Sundaram’(two songs), ‘Phaansi’(one song), ‘Main Tulsi Tere Aangan Ki’(two songs) made it to the annual list of ‘Binaca Geetmala-1978’.

Coming back to today’s movie, ‘Prem Bandhan-1978’ was directed by Ramanand Sagar for ‘Gouri Films Pvt. Ltd, Bombay’. It was produced by R.R. Nanda. It had Rajesh Khanna, Rekha, Moushami Chatterjee, Vikram, Keshto Mukherjee, Prema Narayan, A.K. Hangal, Lalita Pawar, Helen with Sheetal, Janki Dass, Bhagwan, Gopi Krishna, Mumtaz Begam, Birbal, V. Suri, Brahm Bharadwaj, Satyadev Dubey, Bhakatani, Surinder Bhatia, Manmauji, Ramlal, Kanwar Sarhadi, Dr. Jayant Abhyankar, Narbada Shankar, Chandru Atma, Sunder Taneja, Ram Avtar, Javed Khan.

This movie introduced Rippy Singh, Arvind Trivedi and Madhu Shah. Story of this movie was written by Suhridkar.

The screenplay was written by Ramanand Sagar, Satish Bhatnagar, Suhridkar. Satish Bhatnagar also wrote the dialogues of this movie. Editing of this movie was done by Lachmandass while C.L. Kavish wrote the script of this movie.

Lyrics of this movie were written by Anand Bakshi and music was composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal.

HFGK Vol-V (1971-1980) lists total six number of songs in this movie. The voices of Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle, Mahendra Kapoor, Manna Dey and Chandru Atma were used for the songs in this movie).
(HFGK Vol V mentions the voice of Pankaj in today’s song however in the movie credits his name is not appearing among the list of Singers).

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 26.12.1978.

Only one song from this movie has been posted earlier and the today’s song is the second song from this movie to be posted on the blog.

Today’s song is sung by Pankaj, Asha Bhonsle, and Kishore Kumar. Rajesh Khanna and Rekha are lip syncing in the voices of Kishore Kumar and Asha Bhonsle respectively. Prema Narayan and many others are also seen in the picturization of this song.

The song is interesting and nice to listen to and watch. (I think if the video of the full song would have been available it would have been more enjoyable to watch. None the less we can still listen and enjoy this beautiful composition).

As mentioned above I could not locate the full video of this song. However, the audio of the full song is available and the lyrics are noted as per the audio link of this song. I guess that this song was also edited in the movie or maybe it is edited in the online version of this movie.

I have not watched this movie and I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on the movie and its songs …

This song is also a nice one and I am sure readers will also like this song like me.
Let us now enjoy the today’s song …

Audio (Full)

Video (Partial)

Song-Hoti hai kisi se jab preet (Prem Bandhan)(1978) Singers- Pankaj, Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
Asha Bhonsle+Kishore Kumar
Chorus
Male chorus
Female Chorus

Lyrics

Hoti hai kisi se ae jab preet
Janam leta hai ae koi nayaa geet

Haiyya haiyya
Haiyya ho
Haiyya haiyya

Haiyya haiyya
Haiyya ho
Haiyya haiyya

Didhim naatim didhim naatim
didhim naatim
Daiyya

(Haiyya haiyya
Haiyya ho
Haiyya haiyya
)

Haiyya haiyya
Haiyya ho
Haiyya haiyya

Ho o o o o o naiyya ka maanjhi
Maanjhi ki naiyya

(Haiyya haiyya
Ho ho
Haiyya haiyya
)

Haiyya haiyya
Haiyya ho
Haiyya haiyya

Hoti hai kisise jab preet
Janam leta hai koi nayaa geet
Jise gaate hain galiyon mein log
Rama
Lagtaa hai ishq ka rog
Ho lagtaa hai ishq ka rog

Haiyya haiyya
Haiyya ho
Haiyya haiyya

Hoti hai kisise jab preet
Janam leta hain koi nayaa geet
Jise gaate hai galiyon mein log
Rama
Lagtaa hai ishq ka rog
Ho lagtaa hai ishq ka rog

Ghar mein gali mein ae ae ae ae ae ae
jee nahin lagtaa
Jee nahin lagtaa
Achchha buraa kuchh nahin lagtaa
Jee nahin lagtaa
Oye
Jee nahin lagtaa
Kuchh iska kaaran
Hota hai saajan
Kaahe lete hai
Kaahe lete hai jogi jog
Rama

Lagtaa hai ishq ka rog
Ho lagtaa hai ishq ka rog

Ho ho ho o
Ho ho ho ho o
Ho ho ho o
Ho ho ho ho o

Aa haa aa aa

Ho ho ho o
Ho ho ho ho o
Ho ho ho o
Ho ho ho ho o

Ho ho ho o o o o o

Aa

Ho ho ho o
Ho ho ho ho o

Aa
Aa

Ho ho ho o
Ho ho ho ho o

Aa haa

Ho ho ho o
Ho ho ho ho o

Aa haa

Jaane kahaan se chalti hai dhaaraa
Jaane kahaan se chalti hai dhaaraa
O ho o o
Jaane kahaan se chalti hai dhaaraa
Jaane kahaan milta hai kinaaraa
Kab kaise dekho do premiyon ko
O o o o

Milaa dete hain
Milaa dete hain ye sanjog
Ramaa
Lagtaa hai ishq ka rog
Ho lagtaa hai ishq ka rog

Sach kehti hai duiyaa ye saari
Sach kehti hai duiyaa ye saari
Ye preet aisi ek chingaari
Ye preet aisi ek chingaari
Lagti nahin ye
Bujhti nahin ye
Jal jaate hai
Jal jaate hain isme log
Rama
Lagtaa hai ishq ka rog
Ho lagtaa hai ishq ka rog
Hoti hai kisise jab preet
Janam leta hai koi nayaa geet
Jise gaate hain galiyon mein log
Rama
Lagtaa hai ishq ka rog
Ho lagtaa hai ishq ka rog

Lagtaa hain ae ae ae ae
O lagtaa aa aa aa aa
Rog
Lagtaa hai ae ae
Ishq ka aa aa aa rog
Ho ishq ka rog
Rama aa haan aa
Ho o Rama
Ho o Rama


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.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 : 4190 Post No. : 15371

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-20) – Song No. 1
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Welcome all to this first post under the ‘Blog 10-Year Challenge’ in this year “2020”, where we will be going back to the movies represented on the blog in the year “2010”.

Today we begin our journey in this year with a not-so-popular but yet a nice hummable song from the movie ‘Aashiq Hoon Bahaaron Ka-1977’. I had planned the post in the month of December’2019 itself when I had browsed for the movies represented in the month of January’2010.

However, I had not selected the song for the post then. The song that readily came to my mind was the ‘title song’ of this movie and since it had not been posted I thought I would present this one. But when I listened to the other song remaining from this movie, I like it and presenting the same today, since it also talks of a ‘journey’ and a ‘continuing journey’ without reaching the ‘destination’.😊

We, on the blog, have already entered in the thirteenth ‘calendar year’ for the blog since its inception in 2008, and we have still a long way to go and many new ‘topics’ to be explored and this song perfectly sets the tune for another entertaining musical year ahead …

So far, the following three songs from this movie have been posted on the blog earlier;

Song Posted on
mashrique-se-jo-nikle-maghrib-mein-kho-gaye 07.01.2010
I-am-in-love-you-are-in-love 18.07.2013
mere-gorey-gaalon-ka 20.03.2014

This movie had total five songs in it and the two remaining songs to be posted are;
‘nahin dekha kabhi pehle … main aashiq hoon bahaaron ka’
‘tera dil kya kehta hai mera dil to ye kehta hai’

(and if the listing of songs given in HFGK Vol V is in correct order of appearance of the songs in this movie, the above two songs remaining are the first and the last song appearing in this movie).

Looking back ten years back i.e. on 07.10.2010 the following two movies were represented on the blog ten years back (in ascending order of presentation).

Song Movie title-Year Remarks
Gudiya hamse roothi rahogi Dosti-1964 All songs covered on the blog
Mashrique se jo aaye … Aashiq Hoon Bahaaron Ka-1977 03 of 05 songs posted so far

“Aashiq Hoon Bahaaron Ka-1977” was directed by J. Omprakash for ‘Shiv Kala Mandir’, Bombay. S.K. Chand was its Chief Assistant Director.

“Aashiq Hoon Bahaaron Ka-1977” was produced by K.K. Talwar and Raj Bathija. It had Rajesh Khanna, Zeenat Aman, Danny Dengongpa with Asrani and Om Prakash. Sulochana makes a special appearance in this movie. Its supporting cast includes Rehman, Preeti Ganguly, Pinchoo Kapoor, Madhup Sharma, Julie and Nadira.

Story and screenplay of this movie was written by Ram Kelkar. Its dialogues were written by Ramesh Pant. Editing of this movie was done by Pratap Dave and Prakash Dave.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 18.11.1977.

This movie had total five songs in it and only Lata Mangeshkar and Kishore Kumar gave their voices to the songs in this movie where Lata Mangeshkar had one solo song, Kishore Kumar had three solo songs and there was only one duet sung by them.

Lyrics for all the five songs were penned by Anand Bakshi and music was composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal.

Today’s song is the fourth song from this movie to appear on the blog.

I think that, other than the title song of this movie and the song ‘I am in love’, the other songs were not very much popular, though I find the today’s song a nice hummable and an enjoying one. (also, I do not remember to have listened to the today’s song earlier before taking it for the presentation in this post).

I have not watched this movie so I cannot say much about it. I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on the movie and its songs …

Let us now enjoy this song …

(The songs is picturized on Rajesh Khanna and Zeenat Aman and many others are seen in the picturization of this song which is picturized on foreign locations).

Video

Audio

Song-Tera dil kya kehta hai (Aashiq Hoon Bahaaron Ka)(1977) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

(dialogues from the video link are not included)

Hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm
Hmm hmm hmm
Haa
Aa ha haa
Aa ha haa

Tera dil kya kehta hai
Mera dil to ye kehta hai
Yoon hi raston pe
chalte jaayen ham
Aur manzil kabhi bhi naa aaye
Hey la la laa
La la laa
La la laa
La la laa
Laa aa
Tera dil kya kehta hai
Mera dil to ye kehta hai
Yoon hi raston pe
chalte jaayen ham
Aur manzil kabhi bhi naa aaye
Hey la la laa
La la laa
La la laa
La la laa
Laa aa

Manzil jo nazdeek aayegi
Manzil jo nazdeek aayegi
Tu mujhse door chali jaayegi
Tere jaane ke baad
Teri yaad aayegi
Tere jaane ke baad
Teri yaad aayegi
Main tujh ko kahaan dhoondhoongaa
Tera pataa kis’se poochhoonga
Yoon hi raston pe
chalte jaayen ham
Aur manzil kabhi bhi naa aaye
Hey la la laa
La la laa
La la laa
La la laa
Laa aa

Mujhko to neend nahin aayegi
Mujhko to neend nahin aayegi
Tu kya mujhe bhool jaayegi
Mere jaane ke baad
Meri yaad aayegi
Mere jaane ke baad
Meri yaad aayegi
Achchhaa hai is doori se
Phir milne ki majboori se
Yoon hi raston pe
chalte jaayen ham
Aur manzil kabhi bhi naa aaye
Hey la la laa
La la laa
La la laa
La la laa
Laa aa

Tera dil kya kehta hai
Mera dil to ye kehta hai
Yoon hi raston pe
chalte jaayen ham
Aur manzil kabhi bhi naa aaye
Hey la la laa
La la laa
La la laa
La la laa
Laa aa

la la laa
La la laa
La la laa
La la laa
Hmm mm

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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हम्म हम्म हम्म
हम्म हम्म हम्म
हा
आ हा हा
आ हा हा
तेरा दिल क्या कहता है
मेरा दिल तो ये कहता है
यूं ही रस्तों पे
चलते जाएँ हम
और मंजिल कभी भी ना आये
हे ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ला आ
तेरा दिल क्या कहता है
मेरा दिल तो ये कहता है
यूं ही रस्तों पे
चलते जाएँ हम
और मंजिल कभी भी ना आये
हे ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ला आ
मंज़िल जो नज़दीक आएगी
मंज़िल जो नज़दीक आएगी
तू मुझसे दूर चली जायेगी
तेरे जाने के बाद
तेरी याद आएगी
तेरे जाने के बाद
तेरी याद आएगी
मैं तुझ को कहाँ ढूंढूंगा
तेरा पता किस से पूछूंगा
यूं ही रस्तों पे
चलते जाएँ हम
और मंजिल कभी भी ना आये
हे ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ला आ
मुझको तो नींद नहीं आएगी
मुझको तो नींद नहीं आएगी
तू क्या मुझे भूल जायेगी
मेरे जाने के बाद
मेरी बाद याद आएगी
मेरे जाने के बाद
मेरी बाद याद आएगी
अच्छा है इस दूरी से
फिर मिलने कि मजबूरी से
यूं ही रस्तों पे
चलते जाएँ हम
और मंजिल कभी भी ना आये
हे ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ला आ
तेरा दिल क्या कहता है
मेरा दिल तो ये कहता है
यूं ही रस्तों पे
चलते जाएँ हम
और मंजिल कभी भी ना आये
हे ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ला आ
ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ल ल ला
ल ल ला
हम्म म्म


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 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 : 4181 Post No. : 15360

Hullo Atuldom

Wishing everyone a Happy (last) Sunday of 2019. Last chance to be a TEEN for this century.

December saw a few posts from me and like last year I missed sending posts for a few birthdates for which I would have liked to write posts. But here is the song which I was saving up for today.

Today, 29th December we are thinking of THE FIRST SUPERSTAR of Bollywood. Born Jatin Khanna in 1942 in Amritsar and brought up by his adopted parents in Delhi and Bombay. He was a schoolmate of a person called Ravi Kapoor (Jeetendra). They grew up in the old Bombay region of Girgaon and attended school in Thakurdwar area. They were active on the stage in their school and college and even won prizes in Inter-college drama competitions.

Jatin Khanna played a wounded mute soldier in a play called ‘Andha Yug’ in 1962 and impressed the chief guest so much that he suggested that Khanna should try films. Khanna entered the 1965 All India Talent Contest as Rajesh Khanna, a name given by his uncle. He was one of eight finalists from among 10000 contestants. United Producers was created by the likes of BR Chopra, G P Sippy, Bimal Roy, H S Rawail, Nasir Hussain, J. Om Prakash, Mohan Saigal, Shakthi Samanta and Subodh Mukherjee; and they were the judges of the talent hunt. Khanna’s first film was Chetan Anand’s “Aakhri Khat” in 1966 followed by “Raaz” both of which were his pre-determined prize for winning the contest.

His real taste of success came with “Aradhana” which came after he had a few releases from 1967 to 1969 (when Aradhana released). He was appreciated in “Itteeaq” “Doli” etc. which are part of the contract with United Producers and he was noticed for his performances in them. But “Aradhana” saw him rise to instant national fame and then the floodgates to successful movies were thrown open. And that kind of fame has never been experienced by any actor since. His fans still rave about his movies like “Safar”, “Amar Prem”, “Aap Ki Kasam”, “The Train”, “Do Raaste”, “Aan Milo Sajna”, “Sachcha Jhootha” etc. (I am not going to name all the 15/17 superhits of that period here). And I am not a biographer, I am only a fan of his and loved him in all his movies from “Haathi Mere Saathi” to all his later releases; whether “Janta Hawaldar” or “Aaj Ka MLA Ramavatar” or “Avatar” or “Thodi Si Bewafaii” and the movies which released in the 80s too; when he was trying to rebuild his career by pairing with Sridevi, Jaya Prada, Tina Munim, Poonam Dhillon etc.

For today’s post I was on the lookout for a song where he is on-screen with a child, preferably girl child, and ran through a whole lot of song-videos beginning from “Babu”, “Apna Desh” etc and zeroed in on this song from “Hamshakal”. It had him in a dual role as husband to Tanuja and Moushumi Chatterjee. He had a child from each of them. One of them loses her baby in the course of the movie the other loses her mental balance when she witnesses an accident and in that state of mental imbalance gives birth to a baby girl. Now that is the story of the two heroines, as far as the two Rajesh Khannas are concerned, one stands-in for the other so that the first one can solve the accident issue, due to which his wife had become mentally unstable. This movie I have seen at the time of its release in the movie hall, and a few years ago on satellite television. I think what I have written about the movie is right.

Today’s song is sung onscreen by Moushumi’s husband at the birthday party of Tanuja’s daughter. If I recollect correctly Tanuja is partially recovered at this stage and Moushumi has begun to feel that her husband is two-timing her. The song shows how much expressive Rajesh Khanna’s eyes were and we could feel his sadness without his breaking into tears when he remembers his dead child during the song. It is sung by the Kishore Kumar under music by R D Burman and song is written by Anand Bakshi. The unavoidable combination of RDB-Kishore- Rajesh appears again. And a song written by Anand Bakshi is a joy to listen to.

Let us assume that the baby girl’s role is played by Twinkle Khanna and wish her too a very Happy Birthday. We know there cannot be any song where the father and daughter appeared together so I am using this song. Twinkle was an actress who starred in about 16 films from 1995 to 2001 beginning with “Barsaat” which was also Bobby Deol’s debut into filmdom. Her last film as heroine was “Love Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega” in 2001 with Fardeen Khan. So, the tradition that the father started of acting with the Khans – Rajesh Khanna and Feroz Khan were seen together in “Safar” and “Aurat”; Twinkle’s “Love ke liye Kuch Bhi Karega” had Feroz Khan’s son Fardeen Khan as the lead. Another parallel between the careers of father and daughter was that both of them had movies with the title “Joru Ka Ghulam” and the movies were comedies. These days the actress in Twinkle has retired and become an interior designer and also a writer whose fortnightly column in the papers are widely read. Her writings have a fun streak in them and one of her books is titled “Mrs. Funnybones”.

Video

Audio

Song-Ek taara thha bada pyaaraa thha (Hamshakal)(1974) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics (Based on video)

Aao bachchon
mein tumhe ek bahut hi achchi kahaani sunata hoon, kya?
jhoomo tum naacho
main gaata hoon
jhoomo tum naacho
main gaata hoon
sabko ek kahaani main sunaata hoon
ek taara thha
bada pyaara thha
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
bada nyaara thha

papa papa papa

kaali kaali raaton mein jab woh chamakta thha
aasmaan ki pariyon ka bhi dil dhadakta thha
kaali kaali raaton mein jab woh chamakta thha
aasmaan ki pariyon ka bhi dil dhadakta thha
sitaare
nazaare
sab us’se jalte thhe
main bataata hoon
kya
ek taara thha
bada pyaara thha
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
bada nyaara thha

maine us’se poochha
tum kya kaam karte ho
maine us’se poochha
tum kya kaam karte ho
jagmag jagmag tim tim
subah shaam karte ho
maine us’se poochha
tum kya kaam karte ho
jagmag jagmag tim tim
subah shaam karte ho
toh dola
woh bola
tumko meethhe sapne
main dikhaata hoon
kya
ek taara thha
bada pyaara thha
la la laa la lalla lal
bada nyaara thha

phir kya hua
bolo na
aage kya hua

bolo na
rota sabko chhod gaya
woh sabse roothh ke
jaane kahaan gir gaya
ambar se toot ke
rota sabko chhod gaya
woh sabse roothh ke
jaane kahaan gir gaya
ambar se toot ke
na jaana
deewaana
uski yaad mein aansoo
main bahaata hoon
ek taara thha
bada pyaara thha
ek taara thha
bada pyaara thha
ek taara thha
bada pyaara thha
ek taara thha
bada pyaara thha
ek taara thha
bada pyaara thha


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