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Hullo to all Atulwaale

So valentines’ day, as the world celebrates, is over and done with. All the red heart shaped balloons might have lost the air in them and stopped soaring high. All the guys will now be sewing the holes in their pockets that the gifting, dining and partying would have caused. And am sure the gals -as in guys ‘n’ gals- will be waiting for the next opportunity to drill a hole in their guys wallets/pockets.

But we on this blog don’t have to wait for another valentine’s to post a love-song. Why? Simply because we are dedicated towards Bollywood songs which in turn are all dedicated to the emotion of love. Please for arguments sake I don’t want anyone to say that not all songs are love-based. Let me prove it- we have desh bhakti (love for the nation); dev bhakti (love for one’s ishta-dev); maatri bhakti (love for the/ones’ mother); puttra- moh (love to one’s child) – shall I continue the list; I think I have got my thought across. Alright I will agree that Bollywood doesn’t have 100% love songs but then we have a great number of pyar-vyaar ke gaane. And so, we can keep posting them valentines or otherwise.

So, today’s song is a young at heart song from Ramesh Behl’s Rose Movies Presentation “Jawaani Deewaani”. This was given the censor certificate on 24th June 1972 and released on 14th July 1972. It was directed by Narender Bedi. It had two love jodis/ pairs- Balraj Sahni- Nirupa Roy & Randhir Kapoor- Jaya Bhaduri. Nirupa Roy was not seen as a crying mother here but a strong lady supporting her husband and his brother. Jaya Bhaduri also had a slightly different look in the movie and we saw her in trousers too. There was a change of image for Iftekhar too -he was first a stern brother to Nirupa Roy and then a stricter father to Jaya.

The younger pair meet in college so there was a lot of drama related to college politics etc in the movie. There was a college picnic song, one or two party songs, and one ched-chad (eve teasing sounds bad) song. Then the couple rebel and run away from home and end up in a cottage (much in the style of Aradhana’s “Roop Tera Mastaana”) and the girl develops cold feet as she feels it is too early for romance or family life. Why don’t they think of all this before eloping? I would like to find the answer to this?

So that brings us to today’s song which is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Kishore Kumar; written by Anand Bakshi and R D Burman was the music director.

Incidentally it was 70th birth anniversary of Randhir Kapoor(DoB 15 february 1947) yesterday (15 february 2017). Here is wishing him all the best even if a day late.


Song-Nahin nahin abhi nahin abhi karo intezaar(Jawaani Deewaani)(1972) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

hey
aao na
dil hai beqaraar
na na
na na

hey hey
na na aaaa
nahin nahin
abhi nahin
abhi karo intezaar
chhodo na

aahaan

nahin nahin
abhi nahin
abhi karo intezaar

nahin nahin
kabhi nahin
main hoon beqaraar

na na na na
unhoon unhoon
na na na na
na baaba

main bhi jawaan
tu bhi jawaan
kami hai kis baat ki
hey
main bhi jawaan tu bhi jawaan,
kami hai kis baat ki
yahaan aao
na ghabraao
rut hai mulaaqaat ki
haan
nahin nahin
ha abhi nahin
phir kabhi dildaar

nahin nahin
kabhi nahin
main hoon beqaraar

la la la la
la la la la
la la la la
la la la
bade woh ho
tum piya
zidd kyun nahin chhodte
ho o
bade woh ho
tum piya
zidd kyun nahin chhodte
haan
kaliyon ko khilne se
pehle nahin todte

naa
nahin nahin
kabhi nahi,
chali jaayegi bahaar
nahin nahin
haa
abhi nahin
thhoda intezaar

hey hey hey
na na
ah ha ha
na naaa
nahin nahin
abhi nahin
abhi karo intezaar

nahin nahin
kabhi nahin
main hoon beqaraar
lalalala
unhoon unhoon
na na na na
na baaba

jaane jahaan
phir kahaan
aisi tanhaaiyaan
oh
jaane bhi do
chhodo mujhe
hongi ruswaaiyaan

na
nahin nahin
kabhi nahin
mat karo inkaar
nahin nahin
abhi nahin
thhoda intezaar
thhoda intezaar

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The first three songs in the movie (as well as the story) dealt primarily with cricket and the first three songs too dealt with cricket.

The think tank of the movie then may have decided that too much of sports was going to make things monotonous. Like in normal Hindi movies, romantic songs must be incorporated.
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“Ram Hanuman Yudhh” (1957) was produced by R N Mandloi and directed by S N Tripathi for Ravikala Chitra Productions. This movie had Durga Khote, Manhar Desai, Nirupa Roy, Prem Adeeb, Babu Raje, Shalini, S. N. Tripathi etc in it.
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“Ustaad Pedro”(1951) was produced by Sheikh Mukhtar and directed by Harish for Omar Khayyam Films Bombay. The movie had Sheikh Mukhtaar and Begam Para in lead roles along with Mukri, Shammi, Sapru, Ansari, Sunalini Devi, Chaman Puri, Agha also in it.
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So today is the 81st birthday of our favourite “he-man” (a tag like the angry-young-man tag that was given to Amitabh Bachchan a long time ago.)

Born in Punjab and loved the world over he is an actor first who went on to become a producer to launch his sons in filmdom. He was possibly the only actor to have sailed successfully through the Rajesh Khanna and then the Amitabh Bachchan wave. He had a hold on comedy too -“Chupke Chupke” is a case in point. So today we are celebrating Dharamendra.
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Mohammed Rafi : The Incomparable (II) – Song No. 03
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Sometimes when I am contemplating a post and thinking about how to start and what to write in a song post, there are those long forgotten thoughts and sayings or some impressions formed in earlier decades that come to mind. Today, though was very hectic for me, since morning I was on the move, and the heat in Mumbai was not helping. Some how all these factors culminated in me getting a headache by lunch time, which kept worsening as the day wore on. But in the office I had certain urgent things to see to, plus to meet certain people. Changes and advancements in one’s career, though one actively seeks and strives to achieve, also bring about the need of all sorts of adjustments and getting acquainted with new responsibilities. It was one of those days, where the transition was for me to absorb and to look ahead with positivism. But for the headache. Eventually I did kill it with paracetamol. So tomorrow is going to be a new day, promising and bright, God willing.
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Lata’s Songs NOT YET covered on our Blog – 2
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‘Subhadra’ (1946) produced by Prafulla Pictures, Bombay and directed by Vinayak, is a mythological film with the star-cast consisting of  Prem Adeeb, Shanta Apte, Meenakshi, Shantarin, Usha Mantri, Prabhakar, Majumdar, Ishwarlal, Yakub, Salvi, Jog, Daamu Anna Mavlankar, Nimbalkar and Lata Mangeshkar.  Three lyricists, Pt. Indra, Pt. Sudarshan and Moti BA, had written the songs of this film, and the music was set by veteran Vasant Desai.  It is a well-known fact that before becoming a full time playback singer, Lata acted in few Marathi and Hindi films for financial need to support her family.
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Today (4 january 2016) is the 22nd death anniversary of R D Burman ( 27 june 1939- 4 january 1994). I am amazed to realise that more than two decades have elapsed since R D Burman left us. And it is eqaully surprising to realise that he was almost jobless as a music director by the time he died. His last movie as a music director was “1942, a love story” and its music caught the imagination of music lovers, but R D Burman was not there to savour this success.
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Missing Films of 1960s – 8
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I am really incensed. Generally that does not happen easily, but today it has. Going thru the list of un-represented films from 1960s, the next target film for me was ‘Hawa Mahal’. I already looked for the 78 rpm records of this film, and have drawn a blank. From more than one source, I was informed that no records were manufactured for this film. Disappointing as this information was in itself, I was concerned, but not too much. Because I knew that I have this film with me on disk. So when the time came to prepare a post for the film ‘Hawa Mahal’, I took out video file of the film, with the intent of listening to the songs and to prepare a upload version of one of them.
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“Beti Bete”(1964) was directed by L V Prasad for Prasad Productions, Madras. the movie had Sunil Dutt, B Saroja devi, Jamuna, Mehmood, Shubha Khote, Agha, Rajendranath, Sudesh, Jayant, Niranjan Sharma, Randir, Baby Farida, Master Shahid etc in it.
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