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Blog Day : 4621 Post No. : 16266

Hullo Atuldom

There is a popular movie of the late ’70s, that has had a rather slow journey through the blog. With this post I hope to bring it to the YYIIPPEEEE station.

It began its journey on the blog with its most iconic song. A song that gave its singer -the legend Mohd. Rafi the National Award for best singer as well as that year’s Filmfare award. The song sort of put all doubting Thomas(es) in their place.

The post for the song “Kya Hua Tera Waada, Wo Qasam Wo Iraada“was the 2900th of the blog written by Santosh Ojha.

The next post on the song “Ye Ladka Haaye Allah Kaisa Hai Deewaana” by Rajaji spoke of his experience of how he had seen the movie in 1977 and gave a link to his own blog and what he had written there-in in 2008. (Cannot find that blog now )

The third and fourth songs from this movie came one-after-the other as part of Nahm ji’s series where she presented Rafi saab’s songs in alphabetical order:- “Chaand Mera Dil, Chaandni Ho Tum” for the song beginning with ‘C’ and “Hai Agar Dushman Dushman, Zamaana Gham Nahin” as the song beginning with ‘H’.

Then came this post – “Bachna Ae Haseeno, Lo Main Aa Gaya” – a highly educative post by our Sudhir ji on ‘How a song is born’.

The next came the song “Aa Dil Kya Mehfil Hai Tere Qadmon Mein, a post by yours truly exactly three years back. I had tried to express what I liked about the movie and its maker.

The post for one of the songs in the medley “Mil Gaya Humko Saathi Mil Gaya” was a surprise. It was by our in-house encyclopedia; a biographical write up from a person who is a store house of information.

The last post for this film, was for the song “Hum Ko Yaara Teri Yaari“, as a part of 10-year challenge 2010-2020.

So then these are the eight out of nine songs from ‘Ham Kisi se Kam Nahin’ (1977) that are present in our blog. We are having the ninth and final song today on the 18th remembrance day of its maker Nasir Hussain. This is the third song in the four song medley scene. It is sung by RD Burman, set to tune by RD Burman himself, and written by Majrooh Sultanpuri. It has Tariq lip-syncing on screen. The sequence comes to a close with an excellent music piece where we see the two males trying to beat each other in the dance competition which Rishi Kapoor wins as Tariq gives up when he sees Kajal Kiran and Rishi Kapoor together.

Ending this post with a thanks to Nasir Hussain for all the entertainment his films have provided to Hindi film fans.

Video

Audio

Song – Ho Tum Kya Jaano, Mohabbat Kya Hai (Hum Kisi Se Kam Nahin) (1977) Singer – RD Burman, Lyrics – Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD – RD Burman

Lyrics

Ooooooo ha
ho tum kya jano
mohabbat kya hai
dil ki mehfil sanam
ye mehfil nahi dil hai

ho tum kya jano
mohabbat kya hai
dil ki mehfil sanam
ye mehfil nahi dil hai

suno kehna hamara
amiri hai sitaara
garibi ek aansoo oooo
ye aansoo hai mohabbat
mohabbat zindagi hai
bas itna jaan le tu ooo

ho tum kya jaano
mohabbat kya hai
dil ki mehfil sanam
ye mehfil nahi dil hai
ho tum kya jaano
mohabbat kya hai
dil ki mehfil sanam
ye mehfil nahi dil hai

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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ऊ ऊ
हा
हो तुम क्या जानो
मोहब्बत क्या है
दिल की महफिल सनम
ये महफिल नहीं
दिल है

हो तुम क्या जानो
मोहब्बत क्या है
दिल की महफिल सनम
ये महफिल नहीं
दिल है

सुनो कहना हमारा
अमीरी है सितारा
ग़रीबी एक आँसू॰ ॰ ॰
ये आँसू है मोहब्बत
मोहब्बत ज़िंदगी है
बस इतना जान ले तू॰ ॰ ॰

हो तुम क्या जानो
मोहब्बत क्या है
दिल की महफिल सनम
ये महफिल नहीं
दिल है
हो तुम क्या जानो
मोहब्बत क्या है
दिल की महफिल सनम
ये महफिल नहीं
दिल है

 


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.

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4553 Post No. : 17143 Movie Count :

4399

Today 4th January’2021 is the twenty-seventh Remembrance Anniversary of ‘Pancham Da- The genius’ or Rahul Dev Burman ‘the prince of music’.

He was born on 27th June’1939 and he passed away on 4th January’1994 at the age of fifty-four only.

On his Remembrance Day today as a tribute to him I am presenting a song sung by him from the 1983 movie ‘Romance’. For today’s occasion I was looking for a sad song and that also from a ‘debutant movie’. This song is a nice composition and picturized on Kumar Gaurav who is seen roaming in the fields, riverside, hilly areas and some picturesque locations (I don’t know which are these places).

The song though hummable will be liked by those only (I think so) who have not found ‘any purpose of life’ or ‘is missing someone or something in his life’😊 and that is why being annoyed with life the song goes ‘ye zindagi kuchh bhi sahi, par ye mere kis kaam ki’.

Otherwise, it is a nice song to listen and sung well by R.D. Burman with his special musical touch and style.

‘Romance-1983’ was directed by Ramanand Sagar for his home productions ‘Sagar Art Enterprises, Bombay’. Ramanand Sagar was also the producer of this movie. It had Shammi Kapoor, Kumar Gaurav, Poonam Dhillon, with Saeed Jaffrey, Helena Luke, Sushma Seth, Prema Narayan, and Tom Alter. They were supported by Viju Khote, Jugnu, Manmauji, Samrat Kapoor, Dr. Madan Kataria, Randhawa, Jawahar Bhan, Chandan, Yogee, Jitu Vyas, Moolchand.

This movie introduced Christopher, Lilli Put, Jillian. Raj Babbar, Ranjeeta and Ram Sethi make friendly appearance in this movie.

Story, Screenplay and dialogues for this movie were written by Mirza Brothers. Editing of this movie was done by Subhash Sehgal.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 12.10.1983.

This movie had five songs written by Anand Bakshi and composed by R.D. Burman. Lata Mangeshkar, Amit Kumar, Mahendra Kapoor and R.D. Burman were the playback singers for this movie.

Today’s song is sung by R.D. Burman and lyrics are by Anand Bakshi. Music is by R.D. Burman himself as mentioned above.

let us now enjoy today’s song …

Audio

Video

Song-Ye zindagi kuchh bhi sahi par ye mere kis kaam ki (Romance)(1983) Singer-R D Burman, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

ho ho ho ho
ye zindagi ee
kuchh bhi sahi ee
par ye mere ae kis kaam ki
ye zindagi
kuchh bhi sahi ee
par ye mere ae kis kaam ki
jis ke liye jeete hain log
jis ke liye jeete hain log
bas hai kami us naam ki ee
ye zindagi
ho o o
kuchh bhi sahi ee
par ye mere ae kis kaam ki

ho o
jisko nahin hai armaan koi
kaisi jawaani hai ye ae
jisko nahin hai armaan koi ee
kaisi jawaani hai ye ae
o jiska nahin hai unwaan koi
aisi kahaani hai ye
ho naa hai khabar aaghaaz ki ee
naa hai khabar aaghaaz ki
naa hai khabar anjaam ki ee
ye zindagi
kuchh bhi sahi
par ye mere ae kis kaam ki

pyaasaa rahaa main
meri gali mein saawan barastaa rahaa aa
pyaasaa rahaa main
meri gali mein saawan barastaa rahaa aa
mele mein jaise koyi akelaa
aise tarastaa rahaa
poochho naa ye kaise bhalaa aa
poochho naa ye kaise bhalaa
maine subah se shaam ki ee
ye zindagi ee
kuchh bhi sahi ee
par ye mere ae kis kaam ki

o dil behlaane ko
likhte hain dil ke qisse fasaanon mein log
dil behlaane ko
likhte hain dil ke qisse fasaanon mein log
o rakhte hain heere moti sajaa ke
apni dukaanon mein log
baazaar mein qeemat hai kya aa
baazaar mein qeemat hai kya
toote huye ae is jaam ki ee ee
ye zindagi ee
kuchh bhi sahi ee
par ye mere ae kis kaam ki
jis ke liye jeete hain log
jis ke liye jeete hain log
bas hai kami us naam ki ee
laa laa laa laa laa
laa laa laa laa laa la la la


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