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“Birhan”(1948) was directed by Kailash Bhandari for National Film Producers, Bombay. The movie had Roopa, Pran, Begam Parveen, Gul Zamaan, Ram Lal, Zaheer, Nafees Begam, Krishna Rane, Cuckkoo etc in it.

The movie had twelve songs in it that were penned by two lyricists vz. Bekal and Sarshar Sailaani but the distribution of songs among the two is not known.

One song from the movie has been covered in the past.

Here is the second song from “Birhan”(1948) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Dilshad Begam. Lyricist is not known, as mentioned above. Music is composed by Pt Lachchiram.

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


Song-Mere dard e dil ki duniya mein… main wo bekas hoon (Birhan)(1948) Singer-Dilshad Begam, MD-Pt Lachchiram

Lyrics

mere dard-e-dil ki duniya mein dawa koi nahin
mere dard-e-dil ki duniya mein dawa koi nahin
main wo bekas hoon ke jiska aasra koi nahin

saari duniya chhod kar
maine diya thha dil tujhe
saari duniya chhod kar
maine diya thha dil tujhe
bewafa iske siwa meri khata koi nahin
main wo bekas hoon ke jiska aasra koi nahin

tu jo mere paas thha
to sab zamaana thha mera
tu jo mere paas thha
to sab zamaana thha mera
ab zamaane mein mera
tere siwa koi nahin
main wo bekas hoon ke jiska aasra koi nahin

saari duniya chhod kar
maine diya thha dil tujhe
saari duniya chhod kar
maine diya thha dil tujhe
bewafa iske siwa
meri khata koi nahin
main wo bekas hoon ke jiska aasra koi nahin
mere dard-e-dil ki duniya mein dawa koi nahin
main wo bekas hoon ke jiska aasra koi nahin

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“Vakil Sahab” (1943) was directed by Mohan Sinha for Pradeep Pictures, Bombay. This movie, described as a comedy movie in its advertisements of those days, had Trilok Kapoor and Madhuri in lead roles, supported by Miss Shahzaadi, Rajkumari Shukla, Gulam Rasool, Badri Prasad, Khan Mastana,Munshi Khanjar, Malti Pande, Mumtaz Begam etc.

The movie had seven songs in it that were composed by two music directors, viz. Anna Sahab Moinkar and P Madhukar. But the distribution of songs among them is not known. The lyricists of these songs are not known either.

Here is the first song from “Vakil Sahab” (1943) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Khan Mastana. The lyricist and music director are not known as mentioned earlier.

Seeing that Khan Mastana figures in the cast, it would seem that this song was picturised on himself.

I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on this movie.

With this rare song, “Vakil Sahab” (1943) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Thahar jaa thhahar jaa jhhoothh bolne waale (Vakil Sahab)(1943) Singer-Khan Mastana

Lyrics

Thhahar ja
Thhahar ja
Thhahar ja aa aa aa aa
jhhoothh bolne waale
jhhoothh bolne waale
Thhahhar ja
Thhahhar ja
bachke kidhar tu jaayega
tu kab tak jhoothh chupaayegaa
bachke kidhar tu jaayega
tu kab tak jhoothh chupaayegaa

jhoothhh bol kar baniya dekho
ek ka do banaata hai
jhoothhh bol kar baniya dekho
ek ka do banaata hai
nahin sharam hai usey kisi ki
nahin sharam hai usey kisi ki
nahin police se ghabraata hai
din dahaade thhagta sabko
o o o o o
o o o o o
din dahaade thhagta sabko
jhoothhi kasmein khaata hai
lambi chaudi baat banaa kar
dhan wasool kamaata hai
phir ik din aisa aata hai
ye joda dhan rah jaata hai
phir ik din aisa aata hai
ye joda dhan rah jaata hai
usey sipaahi maut ka aa kar
r r r r
r r r r
usey sipaahi maut ka aa kar
saath pakad le jaata hai
saath pakad le jaata hai
aankh khol kar dekh le jhoothhe ae ae
aankh khol kar dekh le jhoothhe
jhhoothh bol kya paayegaa
jhhoothh bol kya paayegaa
bach ke kidhar tu jaayegaa
tu kab tak jhhoothh chhupaayegaa
bach ke kidhar tu jaayegaa
tu kab tak jhhoothh chhupaayegaa


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“Paristan”(1957) was a fantasy movie which was produced by Sharad Desai and directed by Dhirubhai Desai for Sharad Productions, Bombay. The movie had Shakila, Ranjan, Roopmala, Lalita Pawar, P Kailash, Chandrashekhar, Agha, Manorama, Ramesh Sinha, Suryakant, Jankidas, Indira Bansal, Jeewan Kala, Kesari, Narendra Kumar, Shrawan Kumar, Shashimala, Santosh Kumar, Dilip, Anil Kumar, with guest appearance by Tuntun.

The movie had eight songs in it. The gramophone songs of this movie were released under the title of aka “Gul Bakaawli” .

Here is the first song from “Paristaan” (1957) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Raja Mehdi ali Khan is the lyricist. Music is composed by S N Tripathi.

Only the audio of this song is available. Asha Bhonsle, the main female singer in the movie, had sung six songs in the movie, so one can guess that she had given playback for the laeding lady, which must be Shakila. Nevertheless, I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.

With this song, that I heard for the first time just now, “Paristaan”(1957) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Mere dil se aati hai ye sada(Paristaan)(1957) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Raja Mehdi Ali Khan, MD-S N Tripathi

Lyrics

mere dil se aati hai ye sada
mere dil se aati hai ye sada
mujhe bhool ja
mujhe bhool ja
main hoon sangdil
main hoon bewafaa
mujhe bhool jaa
mujhe bhool jaa
mujhe bhool jaa
mujhe bhool jaa
mere dil se aati hai ye sada

tujhe kya khabar
main hoon wo diya
jo ki aandhiyon mein hoon jal raha
tujhe kya khabar
main hoon wo diya
jo ki aandhiyon mein hoon jal raha
gham e ishq se na mujhe bujhaa
mujhe bhool ja
mujhe bhool ja
mujhe bhool ja
mujhe bhool ja
mere dil se aati hai ye sada

tere zakhm ashqon se dhoungi
galey daal baahen main roungi
tere zakhm ashqon se dhoungi
galey daal baahen main roungi
ke wafa ko mil na saki wafa
mujhe bhool ja
mujhe bhool ja
mujhe bhool ja
mujhe bhool ja
mere dil se aati hai ye sada
mujhe bhool ja
mujhe bhool ja
main hoon sangdil
main hoon bewafaa
mujhe bhool jaa
mujhe bhool jaa
mujhe bhool jaa
mujhe bhool jaa


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“Kinaara” (1949) was directed by Ambalal Dave for New India Theaters, Bombay. The movie had Geeta Bali, Madhusudan Acharya, Ram Singh, Sharda, Kanta Kumari, R S Dubey, Pandey, Charubala, M S Bhalla, Jamu Patel, S Nazir, Bismillah Khan etc in it.

Two songs (out of 12 in the movie) have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Kinaara” (1949) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata. Lyricist of this song is not known. . Madhusudan Acharya is the music director.

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

This rare song marks an “artificial” landmark for the blog. This song is the 2700th song from the decade of 1940s (1941 to 1950) to appear in the blog. The decade had 10254 songs from 1191 movies. The blog now has 2700 songs from 680 of these movies.


Song-O jaane waali ye jawaani chaar din ki (Kinaara)(1949) Singer-Lata, Madhusudan Acharya

Lyrics

o jaane waali
ye jawaani chaar din ki
jaane waali
ye jawaani chaar din ki
ye jawaani chaar din ki
jaane waali ye jawaani chaar din ki
ye jawaani chaar din ki
hansne gaane ki kahaani chaar din ki
ye kahaani chaar din ki
hansne gaane ki kahaani chaar din ki
ye kahaani chaar din ki

do din sukh ke
do din dukh ke
pal bhar mauj bahaar
ha ha ha ha ha
do din sukh ke
do din dukh ke
pal bhar mauj bahaar
dhale jawaani chadhe budhaapa aa aa
dhale jawaani chadhe budhaapa
kar lena tu pyaar
jaane waali ye jawaani chaar din ki
ye jawaani chaar din ki

roop khila kahin dhoop khili
hai masti ka baazaar aar
roop khila kahin dhoop khili
hai masti ka baazaar aar
pyaar se duniya mein bik jaata
bina mol sansaar
pyaar se duniya mein bik jaata
bina mol sansaar
jaane waali ye jawaani chaar din ki
ye jawaani chaar din ki

ye jawaani ee ee ee
ye jawaani ek lahar hai
jyun baadal ki chhaaya
rang raliyaan kar le tu bande ae ae
rang raliyaan kar le tu bande
tarsegi phir kaaya
jaane waali ye jawaani chaar din ki
ye jawaani chaar din ki
jaane waali ye jawaani chaar din ki
ye jawaani chaar din ki
o jaane waali ye jawaani chaar din ki


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“Gauri Pooja”(1956) was produced by Chandrakant Desai and directed by Vinod Desai for Desai and Company, Bombay. The movie had Nirup Roy, Abhi Bhattacharya, Kumkum, Yashdhara Katju, Sundar, Shrawan Kumar, Kanta Kumari, Sarita, Umakant, Pravin Paul, Mumtaz, Hira Sawant, Neerja, Uma Dutt, Ram Shashtri, etc with guest appearances by Sulochana, Sapru, Bipin Gupta and Lalita Pawar.

This mythological movie had eight songs in it. The movie as well as its songs have become obscure with time.

Here is the first song from “Gauri Pooja”(1956) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Manna Dey. Gopal Singh Nepali is the lyricist. Music is composed by Manna Dey.

This song is available only in its audio form. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of this song.

With this rare song, “Gauri Pooja”(1956) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Shaadi rachaaye chaley jodi miley na miley (Gauri Pooja)(1956) Singer-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Gopal Singh Nepali, MD-Manna Dey

Lyrics

jodi miley na miley
jodi miley na miley
shaadi rachaaye chaley
jodi miley na miley
shaadi rachaaye chaley
chaaar kahaar mil ke
doli uthaaye chaley
shaadi rachaaye chaley
jodi miley na miley

baabul ki laaj bachi
baabul ki laaj bachi
kar di bidaai
kar di bidaai
beti bhagwaan ne di
beti bhagwaan ne di
ho gayi paraai
ho gayi paraai
ujdi auron ki duniya aa aa
ujdi auron ki duniya
apni basaaye chaley
ujdi auron ki duniya
apni basaaye chaley
chaaar kahaar mil ke
doli uthaaye chaley
shaadi rachaaye chaley
jodi miley na miley

chhupa ke bitiya raani
chhupa ke bitiya raani
mukh doosron se
mukh doosron se
roti sasuraal chali
roti sasuraal chali
raam ke bharose
raam ke bharose
sir pe sindoor laga aa aa
sir pe sindoor laga
aansoo bahaaye chaley
sir pe sindoor laga
aansoo bahaaye chaley
chaaar kahaar mil ke
doli uthaaye chaley
shaadi rachaaye chaley
jodi miley na miley


This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, 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.

‘Ladies Only’ (1939) was produced under the banner of Sagar Movietone and it was directed by Sarvottam Badami. The star cast included Surendra, Bibbo, Sabita Devi, Prabha, Harish, Budho Advani, Sunalini Devi, Kaushalya etc. The film was released on 16th February 1939 and Moraraji Desai, the Revenue Minister of the then Bombay State was the chief guest.

The film was a satirical comedy with an unusual end. In this film, Surendra was not a conventional hero in the sense that he did not get any of three main actresses at the end. I have made a synopsis of the story of the film based on the review published in April 1939 issue of ‘Filmindia’ which is given below:

Three girls from three different states, Bengal, Gujarat and Punjab viz Chhaaya (Prabha, Bengali), Sarojini (Sabita Devi, Gujarati) and Asha (Bibbo, Punjabi), meet at a railway station in Bombay (Mumbai). They decide to stay together for their boarding and lodging for which they rent a flat. Satish (Surendra) also meets these girls who come to know that he is passionate about music and stays opposite their rented flat.

The girls staying together for sometime now know each other’s nature. Asha, the Punjabi girl is crude, greedy, music lover, lazy, comfort seeker etc. Chhaaya, the Bengali girl is miser, coy, primitive, and childish. Sarojini, the Gujarati girl, is educated, resourceful and has a great organisational capacity but these are all at the expenses of other two girls. They also display one-upmanship about their respective states.

All the three girls not only live together, they also aim at the same man, Satish who spend much of his time with these girls either on outings or in their rented flat. One day, girls decide to visit his house across the street without notice and find a stout woman welcoming the girls. The stout woman turns out to be Satish’s wife. It is shocking for the girls. The girls walk out of the house muttering something derogatory about the men folk in general.

For Sagar Movietone, ‘Ladies Only’ (1939) gave them a good start for the year 1939 with a box office hit. This was followed by another box office success viz ‘Ek Hi Raasta’ (1939). The banner had also planned for their ambitious films like ‘Alibaba’ (1940) in Hindi and Punjabi and ‘Kumkum the Dancer’ (1940) in Hindi and Bengali. But before these films could be released, Sagar Movietone found themselves in a dire financial crunch. By the end of 1939, the banner was amalgamated with General Films to form National Studios.

‘Ladies Only’ (1939) had 11 songs written by Pandit Indra and Zia Sarhadi but the name of the specific lyricist for each song is not available. All the songs were set to music by Anupam Ghatak.

Here is the first song ‘chamke poonam ko poonam ko chaand’ from the film to appear in the Blog. The song is sung by Surendra and Bibbo. It can be observed that the structure of lyrics are not in usual form and the song is composed for Surendra and Bibbo on different notes and tempos. The song is probably picturised on them separately.

With this song, ‘Ladies Only’ (1939) makes its debut in the Blog.


Song-Chamke poonam ke poonam ko chaand (Ladies Only)(1939) Surendra, Bibbo, MD-Anupam Ghatak

Lyrics

chamke poonam ke
poonam ko chaand
chundariya mein
chundariya mein
haan
chamke poonam ke
poonam ko chaand
chundariya mein
chundariya mein

aadhi raat ko paayal baaje
aadhi raat ko paayal baaje
aadhi raat ko paayal baaje
aadhi raat ko paayal baaje
aadhi raat ko paayal baaje
oonchi atariya mein
oonchi atariya mein

chamke poonam ke
poonam ko chaand
chundariya mein
chundariya mein
haan
chamke poonam ke
poonam ko chaand
chundariya mein
chundariya mein

tan man kaa itihaas chhipa hai
tirchi najariya mein
tan man kaa itihaas chhipa hai
tirchi najariya mein
chamke poonam ke
poonam ko chaand
chundariya mein
chundariya mein

badi bedhab nainon ki maar
badi bedhab nainon ki maar
shikaari
khud ho gaya shikaar
shikaari
khud ho gaya shikaar
badi bedhab nainon ki maar
shikaari khud ho gaya shikaar
bik gayi main be-mol tol
is prem nagariya mein
bik gayi main be-mol tol
is prem nagariya mein
chamke poonam ke
poonam ko chaand
chundariya mein
chundariya mein
haan
chamke poonam ke
poonam ko chaand


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Today (20 july 2017) is the 45th remembrance day of Geeta Dutt (23 november 1930-20 july 1972). By that time, she had achieved so much in her chosen field of activity that she was assured of being counted among HFM legends. It is easy to forget that she was just 41 when she passed away. That way, she was one of those who departed for their heavenly abode quite early, yet achieved a lot in their fields and became legends. Some other such names that come to mind are Guru Dutt (her own spouse), Jaikishan, Shailendra etc.

As a tribute of Geeta Dutt, here is a song from “Aahuti” (1950) aka “Anokhi Qurbaani”. This movie was directed by Kulbhushan for Sansaar Movietone Limited, Bombay. It had Mumtaz Shanti, Ranjeet Kumari, sapru, Premkant, Kesari, Bikram Kapoor, Cuckoo, Nautiyal, Sudhir, Pitu, Khan Chaand, Mukul, Ratan Gaurang, Bhajanlal, Shyama, Krishna Rani, Neelam, Indra, Indubala, Uma, Gulnar Shirazi, Kathana etc in it.

This song, the second (out of twelve songs) to appear in the blog, is sung by Geeta Dutt. Tandon is the lyricist. Music is composed by D C Dutt.

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


Song-Dil jo tumko de diya (Aahuti)(1950) Singer-Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Tandon, MD-D C Dutt

Lyrics

ho
dil jo tumko
ho dil jo tumko de diya
dard mol le liya
sochti hoon baar baar
haaye maine kya kiya
ye kya kiya
dil jo tumko de diya
dard mol le liya
sochti hoon baar baar
haaye maine kya kiya
ye kya kiya

khata yahi hui ke nazar tumse mil gayi
itni si baat badh ke kahaani si ban gayi
kisko bura kahen jo chain khud hi kho diya
sochti hoon baar baar
haaye maine kya kiya
ye kya kiya
dil jo tumko de diya
dard mol le liya
sochti hoon baar baar
haaye maine kya kiya
ye kya kiya

pahle to dil lagaane ko samjhe thhe kuchh nahin
samjhe thhe kuchh nahin
ab haath mal rahe hain ke dil kho gaya kahin
dil kho gaya kahin
hamne ganwaaya dil
hamen dil ne ganwa diya
sochti hoon baar baar
haaye maine kya kiya
ye kya kiya
dil jo tumko de diya
dard mol le liya
sochti hoon baar baar
haaye maine kya kiya
ye kya kiya

kehna main dil ka maan ke badnaam ho gayi
jitni chhipaayi preet tumse utni khul gayi
jo kah saki na munh se wo aankhon ne keh diya
sochti hoon baar baar
haaye maine kya kiya
ye kya kiya
ho dil jo tumko de diya
dard mol le liya
sochti hoon baar baar
haaye maine kya kiya
ye kya kiya
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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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हो दिल जो तुमको
हो दिल जो तुमको दे दिया
दर्द मोल ले लिया
सोचती हूँ बार बार
हाय मैंने क्या किया
ये क्या किया
हो दिल जो तुमको
हो दिल जो तुमको दे दिया
दर्द मोल ले लिया
सोचती हूँ बार बार
हाय मैंने क्या किया
ये क्या किया

खता यही हुई के
नज़र तुमसे मिल गयी
इतनी सी बात बढ़के
कहानी सी बन गयी
किसको बुरा कहे
जो चैन खुद ही खो दिया आ
सोचती हूँ बार बार
हाय मैंने क्या किया
ये क्या किया
दिल जो तुमको
दिल जो तुमको दे दिया
दर्द मोल ले लिया
सोचती हूँ बार बार
हाय मैंने क्या किया
ये क्या किया

पहले तो दिल लगाने को
समझे थे कुछ नहीं
समझे थे कुछ नहीं
अब हाथ मल रहे हैं के
दिल खो गया कहीं
दिल खो गया कहीं
हमने गंवाया दिल
हमें दिल ने गंवा दिया आ
सोचती हूँ बार बार
हाय मैंने क्या किया
ये क्या किया
दिल जो तुमको
दिल जो तुमको दे दिया
दर्द मोल ले लिया
सोचती हूँ बार बार
हाय मैंने क्या किया
ये क्या किया

कहना मैं जिस का मान के
बदनाम हो गयी
जितनी छिपायी प्रीत तुमसे
उतनी खुल गयी
जो कह सकी न मुंह से
वो आँखों ने कह दिया आ
सोचती हूँ बार बार
हाय मैंने क्या किया
ये क्या किया
हो दिल जो तुमको दे दिया
दर्द मोल ले लिया
सोचती हूँ बार बार
हाय मैंने क्या किया
ये क्या किया


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“Bijli”(1950) was directed by Sushil Sahu for Hindustan Chitra, Bombay. This “social” movie had Rehana, Ramesh Gupta, Sitara, Vilas Mohbe, Paro, Badri Prasd, Sushir Sahu, Amirbai Karnataki, Satya Narayan, Narbada Shankar, C L Shah, Kanta, Kazmi etc in it.

This movie had eight songs in it that were sung by five singers. Three songs from the movie have been covered in the past.

Here is the fourth song from “Bijli”(1950) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Bharat Vyas is the lyricist. Music is composed by Khemchand Prakash.

The fact that Asha Bhonsle, then an up and coming struggler was offered a solo song by a music director of the stature of Khemchand Prakash means that Asha Bhonsle had begun to create favourable impression among music fraternity. This song is a good example to the early promise that Asha Bhonsle was showing, while trying to find her feet in the industry.


Song-Taqdeer bata kya meri khata (Bijli)(1950) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-Khemchand Prakash

Lyrics

taqdeer bata aa
kya meri khata
taqdeer bata kya meri khata
taqdeer bata kya meri khata
jiski ye saza paati hoon main
jiski ye saz paati hoon main aen aen aen
ro ro ke hansoon
hans hans ke miloon
mil mil ke bichhad jaati hoon main
mil mil ke bichhad jaati hoon main aen aen aen
taqdeer bata aa

wo aas meri
dil ki dil hi mein toot gayi
ban ban ke meri taqdeer aakhir phoot gayi
ik dard liye seene mein sanam
ik dard liye seene mein sanam
khaamosh chali jaati hoon main
khaamosh chali jaati hoon main aen aen aen
taqdeer bata aa

main kis se kahoon
meri bhi kahaani khoob rahi
meri naav kinaare
aakar ke bhi doob rahi
nazdeek gayi jitni utni
nazdeek gayi jitni utni
ab door huyi jaati hoon main
ab door huyi jaati hoon main aen aen aen
taqdeer bata aa

barbaad thhi main
barbaad chali ee
tum shaad raho
o o o
haaye
dil ki dua
tum phoolo phalo
aabaad raho
aayi thhi tamannaayen lekar
aayi thhi tamannaayen lekar
aur khaaq liye jaati hoon main
aur khaaq liye jaati hoon main aen aen aen
taqdeer bata aa


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“Maa Ka Pyaar”(1949) was directed by Ram Daryani for Krishin Movietone, Bombay. The movie had Sulochana Chatterji, Ranjeet Kumari, Manorama, Jeewan, Kuldeep, Ratan, Kumar, Gope, Cuckoo, Babulal etc in it.

This obscure “social” movie had ten obscure songs in it.

One song from the movie has been covered in the past. Here is the second song from “Maa Ka Pyaar”(1949) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata. I C Kapoor is the lyricist. Music is composed by Pt Govindram.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of this “remonstrating with the Almighty” genre of song.


Song-Toone jahaan banaa kar ehsaan kya kiya hai (Maa Ka Pyaar)(1949) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-I C Kapoor, MD-Pt Govind Ram

Lyrics

tu ne jahaan bana kar
tu ne jahaan bana kar
ehsaan kya kiya hai
ehsaan kya kiya hai
bas khelne ka apne saamaan kar liya hai
bas khelne ka apne saamaan kar liya hai
ehsaan kya kiya hai
tu ne jahaan bana kar
tu ne jahaan bana kar
ehsaan kya kiya hai
ehsaan kya kiya hai

lekin tere khilaune aen
lekin tere khilaune
aansoo baha rahe hain
sun le pukaar unki ee ee
sun le pukaar unki
tujh ko bula rahe hain
tujh ko bula rahe hain
marne ki aarzoo mein
marne ki aarzoo mein
kab tab koi jiya hai
kab tab koi jiya hai

gar teri ye thhi khwaahish
ham munh se kuchh na kahte
gar teri ye thhi khwaahish
ham munh se kuchh na kahte
jo naach tu nachaata aa
jo naach tu nachaata
wo naachte hi rahte
jo naach tu nachaata
wo naachte hi rahte
matti ke but banaata
matti ke but banata
ye dil kyun de diya hai
ye dil kyun de diya hai
tu ne jahaan bana kar
tu ne jahaan bana kar
ehsaan kya kiya hai
ehsaan kya kiya hai


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Today (19 july 2017) is the ninth birth anniversary of the blog. This blog was started on this date in 2008. When I check up, I find that the first post of the blog was posted at 1:54 A M on 19 july 2017. In other words, I was wide awake at the early hours of that day. The fact that 19 july was a saturday and therefore holiday may have been the reason why I was still awake at that time.

I find that I revised the post one hour later at 2:53, which meant that I continued to stay awake even at the unearthly hours of 3 A M. 🙂

If people think that I immediately began to get comments on the blog then that was not the case.

The first comment that I got on the blog was on the third day, viz. on 21 july 2008. By that time I had published three articles (living upto the name-“song a day”.

The first commenter was Raja of course. He first commented on the latest post (third post), followed by the earlier post (second post), and it was only after these two comments that the first comment was offered by Raja on this debut song on the blog. These comments were posted at 6:16 PM, 6:18 PM and 6:20 PM respectively on 21 july 2008.

Raja was the only one to comment on the blog for the next one month viz. till 19 august 2008. Then there was no comment on the blog for the next eight days.

The next comment on the blog was on 27 august 2008, and it was by a “new” person, viz Shalini, a fellow cricket and music enthusiast in the cricket forum where I and Raja were members. I had to advertise about the song blog in that forum. That is how first Raja and then Shalini became aware of the blog.

In the earlier days, the blog used to get 40-50 visitors a day and I was quite thrilled with the numbers because it was more than the figure of 20-25 visitors that I used to get in another blog on mine.

I did not even notice it when the blog turned one year old in 2009. There were a few comments in the blog on 19 july 2009, including by Raja and memsaab, but no one noticed that the blog had turned one year old on that day. 🙂

Second birth anniversary of the blog was on 19 july 2010. I had remembered this date this time and I posted an article on the occasion. Peevesie’s mom, Raja, Santosh Ojha, Memsaab, Lalitha etc greeted the blog on the occasion. So people began to notice the birth anniversary of the blog beginning from its second birthday.

I wrote a nostalgic post on the blog on its third anniversary on 19 july 2011. The post received lots of greetings from regulars. Several current blog regulars had become regulars by that time.

19 july 2012, the fourth birth anniversary of the blog was special vis a vis the earlier anniversaries. Several regulars wrote posts on this occasions. Raja, Sudhir Ji. I too wrote an article on this occasion, which doubled up as a tribute to Rajesh Khanna as well, who had passed away one day earlier..

The next year too saw several guest articles celebrating the fifth birth anniversary on 19 july 2013.

The sixth birth anniversary celebrations in july 2014 celebrations were SPECIAL. It began nearly one month (and 50 posts) in advance, with special articles introducing blog regulars, followed by articles from blog regulars. The celebration culminated in the posting of the 10,000th song in the blog.

The next two anniversaries in 2015 and 2016 were relatively sedate affairs. When I went through the articles of these years, I found that I have begun to discuss a lot about blog statistics in these articles.

I find that I had given tallies for the number of songs in the blog belonging to various decades. That gave me an idea that I should compare the figures of 19 july 2016 with the figures as on 19 july 2017 to guage what we have added in the last one year.

Here are the interesting figures:

Decade wise distribution of songs in the blog
Decades No of songs in the blog on 19 july 2016 No of songs in the blog on 19 july 2017 No of songs added in one year No of songs created in the decade Remarks
1930s (1931-1940) 387 409 22 around 9000 Less than 1000 songs are available
1940s (1941-1950) 2298 2692 394 10254
1950s (1951-1960) 4019 4448 429 8654
1960s (1961-1970) 3149 3368 219 6521

From the table, we see that we have added about 400 songs each for the decades of 1940s and 1950s and 200 songs for the decade of 1960s, which adds up to 1000 plus songs being added for these decades. Over 50 % of the songs created in 1950s and 1960s have been covered in the blog.

If we continue to progress at the same rate then hopefully it will be a matter of another seven to eight years in which time we should be able to cover all the available songs of these decades.

I also have yearwise breakup of songs in the blog and figures for songs created that year in HFM. I find that 1968 is the year where our blog tally is the closest to the total tally of songs created that year. 72 movies were released that year and these movies had 458 songs in them. The blog has 277 songs from 56 movies of 1968, with 35 of these movies already YIPPEED. So we can say that 181 songs from 1968 are yet to be covered in the blog. These songs are contained in 21 as yet unYIPPEED movies plus in 16 movies that are not yet represented in the blog.

This holistic picture motivates me to pay special attention to this year 1968. So, as a step towards covering all available songs from 1968, here is a song from “Roop Rupaiyya”(1968). This rare movie was directed by P L Santoshi for Chitra Mandir, Bombay. The movie had Jagdeep, Anita, Jaimala, Mirza Musharraf, Roma, Niranjan Sharma, Ulhas, Vivek etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Roop Rupaiyya”(1968). The song is sung by Rafi. P L Santoshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Usha Khanna.

I recall having heard this song before. But I am unable to find the video of this song. It appears that this movie, a flop movie of its time is not available and therefore we only have the audios of this movie with us, which are thankfully available.

What a superb song from Rafi. I guess that this song must have been picturised on Jagdeep, who was apparently the hero of this movie. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on this movie as well as on the picturisation of this song.

With this song, “Roop Rupaiyya”(1968) makes its debut in the blog and becomes the 3692nd movie to get represented in the blog.

This blog is a labour of love. And this love affair has lasted for nine years and has flourished. Hopefully it will continue to last for many more years to come. This blog has given me so much and enriched me in so many ways that I cannot describe it in words. It has opened up dimensions that I did not know existed. It has taught me things that I could have never been aware of otherwise. I can only thank my stars that I somehow thought of starting this blog nine years ago. Never in my wildest of dreams I could have imagined that we would have achieved so much in this blog in a matter of nine years.

I take this opportunity to thank all our visitors, contributors, well wishers and others for their continued support over these nine years.


Song-Yaaron main bada pareshaan (Roop Rupaiyya)(1968) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-P L Santoshi, MD-Usha Khanna

Lyrics

yaaron main bada pareshaan
o yaaron main bada pareshaan
na jaan na pehchaan
ik ladki jawaan
padi hai mere peechhe kare hairaan
arre yaaron main bada pareshaan
haaye yaaron main bada pareshaan

main jahaan jahaan jaaun
wo wahaan wahaan aaye
aise kateele zaalim nakhre dikhaaye
main jahaan jahaan jaaun
wo wahaan wahaan aaye
aise kateele zaalim nakhre dikhaaye
ke dekhe se haaye
ke dekhe se nikle hai jaan
na jaan na pehchan
ik ladki jawaan
padi hai mere peeche kare hairaan
arre yaaron main bada pareshaan
hoy yaaron main bada pareshaan

khadi khadi door se wo nazren milaaye
kabhi aage badhke wo khud takraaye
khadi khadi door se wo nazren milaaye
kabhi aage badhke wo khud takraaye
kahe chalna to
kahe chalna to seekh naadaan
na jaan na pehchaan
ik ladki jawaan
padi mere peechhe kare hairaan
are yaaron main bada pareshaan
haaye yaaron main bada pareshaan


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

This is a labour of love, where “new” songs are added every day, and that has been the case for more than nine years. This blog has over 13400 song posts by now.

This blog is active and online for over 3200 days since its beginning on 19 july 2008.

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