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This article is written by Sudhir, 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 :

4390 Post No. : 15755

Yesterday, 24th July, was the 40th remembrance day of the ‘Mahanayak’, as he is fondly referred to by his fans and friends.

Uttam Kumar, was born as Arun Kumar Chatterji on 3rd September, 1926 in Calcutta (now Kolkata). After his schooling, he joined college, but was not able to complete his graduation. He joined the amateur stage drama group – Suhrid Samaj, which was owned by his extended joint family, Starting from humble beginnings in amateur theatre, he went on to become the most successful actor in Bengali cinema. He rode the waves of popularity and continued to be a beloved icon of Bangla cinema. He was still at the height of his professional career when he passed away all too soon at the age of 54, this day in 1980.

‘Bandi’ from 1978, is one of the short list of Hindi films that he appeared in. Here is a song from that film, a romantic duet that he performs with Sulakshana Pandit. The words of this song are written by Indeewar and the music is by Shyamal Mitra.

The lyrics of this song have been sent in by Peevesie’s Mom.

A song to honor the memory of the ‘Mahanayak’ -Uttam Kumar.

Song – Jisey Yaar Ka Sachcha Pyaar Miley  (Bandi) (1978) Singer – Kishore Kumar, Sulakshana Pandit, Lyrics – Indeewar, MD – Shyamal Mitra
Kishore Kumar + Sulakshana Pandit

Lyrics (Provided by Peevesie’s Mom)

jisey yaar ka sachcha pyaar miley
usey saare jahaan ki daulat kya
jisey yaar ka sachcha pyaar miley
usey saare jahaan ki daulat kya
teri aankhon mein chamke pyaar agar
heeron ki mujhko zaroorat kya
duniya mein jiska mol nahin
wo kya hai 
pyaar
pyaar
pyaar

tu jo saath ho 
dil ke paas ho
har gham hai gawaara
bharti nahin nigaah tera
kar ke nazaara
humraaz tu 
mera saaz tu
mere dil ka tu gehna
hai swarg se pyaara mujhe
teri baahon mein rehna
jab dekhoon main tujhko
lagta hai mujhko
rab ka hua deedar
jisey yaar ka sachcha pyaar miley
usey saare jahaan ki daulat kya
teri aankhon mein chamke pyaar agar
heeron ki mujhko zaroorat kya

tera sahaara 
main ban jaaun
mera sahaara tu ho
ang mila ke aise 
sang chaloon jaise
phool ke sang khusboo ho
tera sahaara 
main ban jaaun
mera sahaara tu ho
ang mila ke aise 
sang chaloon jaise
phool ke sang khusboo ho
tum jaise rakhoge waise rahungi
karti hun iqraar
jisey yaar ka sachcha pyaar miley
usey saare jahaan ki daulat kya
teri aankhon mein chamke pyaar agar
heeron ki mujhko zaroorat kya
duniya mein jiska mol nahin
wo kya hai 
pyaar
pyaar
pyaar

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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जिसे यार का सच्चा प्यार मिले
उसे सारे जहां की दौलत क्या
जिसे यार का सच्चा प्यार मिले
उसे सारे जहां की दौलत क्या
तेरी आँखों में चमके प्यार अगर
हीरों की मुझको ज़रूरत क्या
दुनिया में जिसका मोल नहीं
वो क्या है
प्यार
प्यार
प्यार

तू जो साथ हो
दिल के पास हो
हर ग़म है गवारा
भरती नहीं निगाह तेरा
करके इशारा
हमराज़ तू
मेरा साज़ तू
मेरे दिल का तू गहना
है स्वर्ग से प्यारा मुझे
तेरी बाहों में रहना
जब देखूँ मैं तुझको
लगता है मुझको
रब का हुआ दीदार
जिसे यार का सच्चा प्यार मिले
उसे सारे जहां की दौलत क्या
तेरी आँखों में चमके प्यार अगर
हीरों की मुझको ज़रूरत क्या

तेरा सहारा
मैं बन जाऊँ
मेरा सहारा तू हो
अंग मिला के ऐसे
संग चलूँ जैसे
फूल के संग खुशबू हो
तेरा सहारा
मैं बन जाऊँ
मेरा सहारा तू हो
अंग मिला के ऐसे
संग चलूँ जैसे
फूल के संग खुशबू हो
तुम जैसे रखोगे वैसे रहूँगी
करती हूँ इक़रार
जिसे यार का सच्चा प्यार मिले
उसे सारे जहां की दौलत क्या
तेरी आँखों में चमके प्यार अगर
हीरों की मुझको ज़रूरत क्या
दुनिया में जिसका मोल नहीं
वो क्या है
प्यार
प्यार
प्यार


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 :

4387 Post No. : 15748

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No. 43
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Ten years back on this day 22nd July 2010 five songs were posted on the blog as per following.

Song

 Movie title-Year

 Remarks

 Chaahaa thaa banoon pyaar ki raahon ka devata  Gunhaahon Kaa Devtaa-1967  3 of 7 songs posted
 Dil milaa ke milo paas aake milo  Thakur Jarnail Singh-1966  3 of 6 songs posted
 Ye khaamoshiyaan ye tanhaayiyaan  Ye Raaste Hai Pyaar Ke-1963  All songs covered
 Bheegi chaandni chhaayi bekhudi  Suhaagan-1964  All songs covered
 Ik baat bataa de jogi  Taj-1956  All songs covered

So, today, we have two movies eligible for posting a song under ‘Blog Ten-Year Challenge’ viz. ‘Gunaahon Ka Devta’ (1967) and ‘Thakur Jarnail Singh’ (1966). In this post, I am presenting a song from ‘Gunaahon Ka Devta’ wherein Prakash ji had sent the lyrics of this multiple versions song.

When I saw the mail and the song title, I was surprised to note that this song has not been posted yet on the blog. But when I checked the other remaining song from this movie, I was more surprised to note that there is one more song which I like very much because of the actor performing on it 😊 but this song too is yet to be posted on the blog. Well, I had watched this movie during my stay at Parli-Vaijnath from 1985-1988. And this movie did bring back memories of my stay there and the ‘peak movie watching period’ for me there, when I used to watch maximum movies of yesteryear coming to theatres. I remember I liked this movie and its songs too.

The film is produced and directed by Devi Sharma for ‘Janta Chitra’. It has Rajshri, Jeetendra, Mehmood, Leela Chitnis, Aruna Irani, Randhir, Tun Tun, Farida, Shahid, Rekha, SK Prem, Sujata, Jankidas and Jeevan. The story of this movie is also written by Devi Sharma, and its screenplay was written by Ravi Kapoor. Dialogues of this movie were written by Sarshar Sailani. Editing of this movie was done by Dharamvir. The movie was passed by Censor Board on 19.05.1967.

This movie has seven songs including one multiple version song. Lyrics were written by Hasrat Jaipuri and Shailendra (one song – the title song only). Music of this movie was composed by Shankar-Jaikishan. Mohd Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar, Mukesh, Manna Dey and Sharda had given their voices to for the songs in this movie.

So far, the following songs from ‘Gunaahon Ka Devta’ have been posted on the blog; 

Song

 Posted On

Chaahaa thaa banoon pyaar ki raahon ka devata  22.07.2010
 Raam kare kahin nainaa naa uljhen  30.07.2010
 Teer aankhon ke jigar ke paar kar do yaar tum  13.07.2012

Today’s song is the multiple version song where the male version is sung by Mohd Rafi and the female version has the voice of Sharda. Jeetendra is lip syncing in the voice of Rafi Saab in the male version whereas in the female version Rajshri is lip syncing in the voice of Sharda. Both of them are seen in the picturization of this song where we could see the lovers ‘complaining’ about each other for ‘trapping in love’ and simultaneously also reminding that one will not be able to forgot them easily.

As mentioned above lyrics of this song were sent by Prakashchandra.

Let us now enjoy this lovely song in both versions …

Male Version (Video)

Male Version (Audio)

Female Version (Video)

Female Version (Audio)

Song – Hum Ko To Barbaad Kiya Hai, Aur Kisey Barbaad Karoge (Gunaahon Ka Devta) (1967) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Sharda, Lyrics – Hasrat Jaipuri, MD – Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)

haaye
kis ki jaan logi
kyaa iraada hai

hum ko to barbaad kiya hai
aur kise barbaad karoge
hum ko to barbaad kiya hai
aur kise barbaad karoge
bhool na jaana aaj ke din ko
ek din hum ko yaad karoge
hum ko to barbaad kiya hai

tirchhi nazar ke teer chalaao
naaz-o-adaa ki bijlee giraao
tirchhi nazar ke teer chalaao
naaz-o-adaa ki bijlee giraao
uff na karenge
hum bhi to dekhein
kitne sitam iijaad karoge
kis ki jaan logi
kya iraada hai
hum ko to barbaad kiya hai
aur kise barbaad karoge
bhool na jaana aaj ke din ko
ek din hamko yaad karoge
hum ko to barbaad kiya hai

tum chaaho to jaan bhi le lo
kaafir ho imaan bhi le lo
tum chaaho to jaan bhi le lo
kaafir ho imaan bhi le lo
dil waalon se paala pada hai ae
tum bhi bhala kya yaad karoge
ha haa
kis ki jaan logi
kya iraada hai
hum ko to barbaad kiya hai
aur kise barbaad karoge
bhool na jaana aaj ke din ko
ek din hamko yaad karoge
hum ko to barbaad kiya hai

hum bhi tumhein bechain karenge
pyaar mein aisa rang bharenge ae
hum bhi tumhein bechain karenge
pyaar mein aisa rang bharenge
neend na hogi in aankhon mein
tadpoge fariyaad karoge ae
ha ha
kis ki jaan logi
kya iraada hai
hum ko to barbaad kiya hai
aur kise barbaad karoge
bhool na jaana aaj ke din ko
ek din hamko yaad karoge
hum ko to barbaad kiya hai

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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हाए
किस कि जान लोगी
क्या इरादा है
हमको तो बरबाद किया है
और किसे बरबाद करोगे
हमको तो बरबाद किया है
और किसे बरबाद करोगे
भूल ना जाना आज के दिन को
एक दिन हमको याद करोगे
हमको तो बरबाद किया है ए

तिरछी नज़र के तीर चलाओ
नाज़ ओ अदा कि बिजली गिराओ
तिरछी नज़र के तीर चलाओ
नाज़ ओ अदा कि बिजली गिराओ
उफ़ ना करेंगे
हम भी तो देखें
कितने सितम इजाद करोगे
किस कि जान लोगी
क्या इरादा है
हमको तो बरबाद किया है
और किसे बरबाद करोगे
भूल ना जाना आज के दिन को
एक दिन हमको याद करोगे
हमको तो बरबाद किया है ए

तुम चाहो तो जान भी ले लो
काफिर हो ईमान भी ले लो
तुम चाहो तो जान भी ले लो
काफिर हो ईमान भी ले लो
दिल वालों से पाला पड़ा है
तुम भी भला क्या याद करोगे
ह हा
किस कि जान लोगी
क्या इरादा है
हमको तो बरबाद किया है
और किसे बरबाद करोगे
भूल ना जाना आज के दिन को
एक दिन हमको याद करोगे
हमको तो बरबाद किया है ए

हम भी तुम्हें बेचैन करेंगे
प्यार में ऐसा रंग भरेंगे
हम भी तुम्हें बेचैन करेंगे
प्यार में ऐसा रंग भरेंगे
नींद न होगी इन् आँखों में
तड़पोगे  फ़रियाद करोगे
ह ह
किस कि जान लोगी
क्या इरादा है
हमको तो बरबाद किया है
और किसे बरबाद करोगे
भूल ना जाना आज के दिन को
एक दिन हमको याद करोगे
हमको तो बरबाद किया है ए

 


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusaist 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 :

4384 Post No. : 15741

Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No. 42
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From the three movies eligible for the ‘blog ten-year’ challenge today, we have already represented one today in the morning and taking this another one to add to the celebrations for today. This song is from the 1964 movie ‘Phoolon Ki Sej’ and it is sung by Mohd Rafi and Asha Bhonsle. This song is picturised on Mehmood and Shubha Khote, where the two lovers are singing and enjoying in their ‘famous’ style 😊

As mentioned in the earlier post total four songs were represented on the blog on 19.07.2010 including a song from this movie ‘Phoolon Ki Sej’ (1964).

Song  Movie title-Year  Remarks
 Aaj Hamen Ban Behad Bhaata  Amar Jyoti (1936)  06 songs posted
 Sataayega Kise Tu Aasmaan Jab Hum Nahin Honge  Sheesham (1952)  07 songs posted
 Main Rickshaw Waala  Chhoti Behen (1959)  All songs covered
 Aayegaa Koi Hamraaz Mere Pyaar Ka  Phoolon Ki Sej (1964)  05 songs posted

Two of the above listed films, i.e. ‘Amar Jyoti’ (1936) and ‘Phoolon Ki Sejh’ had made their debut on the blog that day.

‘Phoolon Ki Sej’ has total nine songs (including one three-part song) which are all written by Hasrat Jaipuri. Music for this movie is composed by Aadi Narayan Rao. Lata Mangeshkar, Asha Bhonsle, Mohd Rafi, Mukesh and Manna Dey had given their voices to the songs in this movie. So far, the following songs from ‘Phoolon Ki Sej’ have been posted on the blog;

Song  Posted On
 Aayegaa Koi Hamraaz Mere Pyaar Ka  19.07.2010
 Aa Tu Aa Zara Dil Mein Aa  06.07.2012
 Taaron Ki Aankhon Ka Taraa Tu  07.04.2013
 Aa Bhi Ja Rasiya  09.06.2014
 Jaane Mujhe Kya Ho Gaya  14.08.2017

Seven songs of this film have already been covered on the blog, including the multiple version song ‘Taaron Ki Aankhon Ka Taara Tu’. So now, song are now left to be covered. One song being posted today will leave this movie only one short of ‘Yippeeee Land’ 😊

When I checked the earlier song posts of this movie, I noted that one song from this movie Aa Bhi Ja Rasiya was covered by our respected late Bharatbhai under his ‘Raag Maalikaa’ series (this was song number 12 in that series).

On this day today when our blog is celebrating 12th birth anniversary I take this opportunity to remember and pay our tributes to Bharatbhai who is not with us this year to celebrate this occasion. We all miss him today.

But I am sure wherever he is, he is enjoying this ‘musical journey’ and showering his blessings to this blog and on all ‘Atulites’ today.

Lyrics for the today’s song were sent by Prakashchandra.

Let us now enjoy the today’s song …

Song – Pyaar Ko, Madhur Madhur Iqraar Ko, Arre Ye Duniya Kya Jaane (Phoolon Ki Sej) (1964) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Hasrat Jaipuri, MD – Adi Narayan Rao

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)

pyaar ko
madhur madhur iqraar ko

arre ye duniya kya jaane ae
ke hum to parwaane
bade hi mastaane ae
tumhaare deewaane

jhoomke
hansi khushi se jhoomke
miley nazar ke paimaane ae
wafaa ke afsaane
ke hum bhi deewaane ae
tumhaare parwaane

tum jo miley to
miley hain do jahaan
ke reh gayi duniya
jahaan thi wahaan
achchaa
arrey tum jo miley to
miley hain do jahaan
ke reh gayi duniya
jahaan thi wahaan
hamaari tumhaari amar dastaan
hamaari tumhaari amar dastaan
ho jhoomke
hansi khushi se jhoomke
miley nazar ke paimaane ae
wafaa ke afsaane
ke hum bhi deewaane ae
tumhaare parwaane

chaand nahin dekhoon
naa dekhoon aasmaan
baat hai jo tujh mein
woh un mein kahaan
waah waah
chaand nahin dekhoon
naa dekhoon aasmaan
baat hai jo tujh mein
woh unn mein kahaan
tumhaare hi dam se nazaare jawaan
tumhaare hi dam se nazaare jawaan
ho pyaar ko
madhur madhur iqraar ko
arre ye duniyaa kyaa jaane
ke hum to parwaane
bade hi mastaane ae
tumhaare deewaane ae

lo ab to giraa do
ada ki bijliyaan
ke main to sharmaaun
kahegaa kya samaa
haaye
ab to giraa do
adaa ki bijliyaan
ke main to sharmaaun
kahegaa kya samaa aa
jalegi ye duniya
mere meharbaan
jalegi ye duniya
mere meharbaan
ho o jhoomke
hansi khushi se jhoomke
miley  nazar ke paimaane ae
wafaa ke afsaane
ke hum bhi deewaane ae
tumhaare parwaane

pyaar ko
madhur madhur iqraar ko
arre ye duniyaa kya jaane
ke hum to parwaane
bade hi mastaane ae
tumhaare deewaane ae

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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प्यार को
मधुर मधुर इक़रार को
अरे ये दुनिया क्या जाने
के हम तो परवाने
बड़े ही मस्ताने
तुम्हारे दीवाने

झूम के
हंसी खुशी से झूम के
मिले नज़र के पैमाने
वफा के अफसाने
के हम भी दीवाने
तुम्हारे परवाने

तुम जो मिले तो
मिले हैं दो जहाँ
के रह गई दुनिया
जहाँ थी वहाँ
अच्छा
अरे तुम जो मिले तो
मिले हैं दो जहाँ
के रह गई दुनिया
जहाँ थी वहाँ
हमारी तुम्हारी अमर दास्तां
हमारी तुम्हारी अमर दास्तां
हो झूम के
हंसी खुशी से झूम के
मिले नज़र के पैमाने
वफा के अफसाने
के हम भी दीवाने
तुम्हारे परवाने

चाँद नहीं देखूँ
ना देखूँ आसमान
बात है जो तुझ में
वो उन में कहाँ
वाह वाह
चाँद नहीं देखूँ
ना देखूँ आसमान
बात है जो तुझ में
वो उन में कहाँ
तुम्हारे ही दम से नज़ारे जवां
तुम्हारे ही दम से नज़ारे जवां
हो प्यार को
मधुर मधुर इक़रार को
अरे ये दुनिया क्या जाने
के हम तो परवाने
बड़े ही मस्ताने
तुम्हारे दीवाने

लो अब तो गिरा दो
अदा की बिजलीयाँ
के मैं तो शरमाऊँ
कहेगा क्या समा
हाय अब तो गिरा दो
अदा की बिजलीयाँ
के मैं तो शरमाऊँ
कहेगा क्या समा
जलेगी ये दुनिया
मेरे मेहरबान
जलेगी ये दुनिया
मेरे मेहरबान

हो झूम के
हंसी खुशी से झूम के
मिले नज़र के पैमाने
वफा के अफसाने
के हम भी दीवाने
तुम्हारे परवाने

प्यार को
मधुर मधुर इक़रार को
अरे ये दुनिया क्या जाने
के हम तो परवाने
बड़े ही मस्ताने
तुम्हारे दीवाने


This article is written by Sudhir, 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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Zarina Wahab, born this day in 1959, turns 61 today.

My first introduction to this actress of pronounced and natural underplay, was ‘Chit Chor’ of 1976. Yes, for a brief time, the phrase used for her was ‘Chit Chor Girl’. The debut was impressive and the performance in ‘Chit Chor’ was followed up in 1977 with another superb performance in the film ‘Gharonda’.

In both films, she plays the role of the typical girl next door, who wins your heart with an understatement of her performance as the young coming of age heroine, and her first encounter with love. These two assays, the Geeta of ‘Chit Chor’ and Chhaaya of ‘Gharonda’, quite adequately define for me, the accomplished actress she is.

This song is from the 1995 film ‘Mera Damaad’, almost two decades into her career. The film had a good successful run at the box office, as a comedy of mixed up intents and identities of young hearts seeking their first love.

The film is directed by Partho Ghosh. The lead pair in the film is Zarina Wahab and Farooque Sheikh and the rest of the cast includes Utpal Dutt, Ashok Kumar, Rakesh Bedi, Rakesh Bedi, Prema Narayan, Jankidas, Bhagwan Dada, Tarique, Priyadarshini, Parvin Paul, Abha Mukherjee, Khokha Mukherjee, Brahmachari, Kukku Saigal, Jagannath Prabhu, Balraj, Master Romel Kaul, and Baby Nivedita.

The music director for the film is Salil Chaudhry, and this song is penned by Yogesh.

Wishing Zarina a very happy birthday, with greetings for good healty, peace and many more such celebrations in the coming years.

The lyrics of this song have been sent in by our dear Prakash ji.

Song – Jhir Jhir Barse Aaj Gagan Se Ye Kaise Baadal  (Mera Damaad) (1995) Singer – Amit Kumar, Anuradha Paudhwal, Shailendra Singh, Sabita Chowdhury, Lyrics – Yogesh, MD – Salil Chaudhry

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)

jhir jhir barse
aaj gagan se
yeh kaisse baadal
jhir jhir barse
aaj gagan se
yeh kaisse baadal
aaye matwaale
matwaale
pyaar ke yeh pal
likh di kyaa tumne
iss dil mein pyaar ki gazal
aaye matwaale
matwaale
pyaar ke yeh pal
likh di kyaa tumne
iss dil mein pyaar ki gazal
jhir jhir barse
aaj gagan se
yeh kaisse baadal

dekho
madhosh mausam gaa rahaa hai ae
chhalkaa huaa rang hai
naye
albele raaston par
tera meraa sang hai
dekho
madhosh mausam gaa rahaa hai ae
chhalkaa huaa rang hai
naye
albele raaston par 
tera meraa sang hai
thaamey
rehnaa meraa aanchal
jhir jhir barse 
aaj gagan se
yeh kaisse baadal

bheegey
bheegey badan mein bhi aaj kaissi
jalne lagi hai aggan
jaane abke baras kaissi
chalne lagi hai pawan
bheegey 
bheegey badan mein bhi aaj kaissi
jalne lagi hai aggan
jaane abke baras kaissi
chalne lagi hai pawan
mere armaan huye paagal
jhir jhir barse 
aaj gagan se
yeh kaisse baadal
aaye matwaale 
matwaale 
pyaar ke yeh pal
likh di kyaa tumne 
iss dil mein pyaar ki gazal
aaye matwaale 
matwaale 
pyaar ke yeh pal
likh di kyaa tumne 
iss dil mein pyaar ki gazal
jhir jhir barse 
aaj gagan se
yeh kaisse baadal
yeh kaisse baadal
yeh kaisse baadal
yeh kaisse baadal


This article is written by Peevesie’s Mom, 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:

4365 Post No. : 15692

Hullo Atuldom

Today I did a tiny research with the resources available at my disposal. I have inferred that the music duo Kalyanji Anandji have scored music for most of the movies where Feroz Khan was in the lead; till the time of Kalyanji’s passing in 2000. In fact, I found two Feroz Khan starring movies, on our blog, that are on the threshold of being yippeee’d. One has two songs left, but the album of that movie shows that Kalyanji-Anandji have given music for three sequences where there is no song. I am sure one music piece has Helen burning the dance floor, that is as brilliant as is the theme music for that movie. So for today we leave that movie alone and concentrate on the one that is one short of yippeee-hood.

That film is ‘Shankar Shambhu’ (1976). The four out of possible five songs from that move were posted thus:-

No. Song Title Post No. Post Date
1 Hum Lootne Aaye Hain Hum Loot Ke Jaayenge 11964 1-Apr-16
2 Aa Pahunchi Hai Is Mele Mein Saddi Aaj Sawaari 12492 25-Oct-16
3 Mera Dil Chura Kar Na Aankhen Churaa 15075 17-Jun-19
4 Gar Nibhaane Ki Himmat Na Thhi Aap Mein 15565 27-Apr-20

The final song of the movie is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Mohammad Rafi. It has Feroz Khan romancing Sulakshana Pandit in various locations. If my memory is right the couple have just got wet because they jump out of the boat on which they were having a joy ride in a lake to escape from constables led by Bhagwan Dada.

I don’t know what is there left to write about the music duo that the readers of this blog don’t know. So without much ado let us get to the song and thank Kalyanji Virji Shah (who would have been 92 today) and his brother Anandji Virji Shah for the treasure trove of songs that they have left for us to relish. And on the blog we have 583 from a possible 1435 songs i.e. not even halfway done.

With this post now, ‘Shankar Shambhu’ has all its songs on the blog.

Video

Audio

Song – Bheege Huye Jalwon Par Aise Na Nazar Daalo  (Shankar Shambhu) (1976) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Mohammed Rafi, Lyrics – Sahir Ludhianvi, MD – Kalynji Anand ji
Asha Bhosle + Mohammed Rafi

Lyrics 

bheege huye jalwon par 
aise na nazar daalo
bheege huye jalwon par 
aise na nazar daalo
bheege huye jalwon par 
aise na nazar daalo
dil chaahe idhar rakho 
par aankh udhar daalo
bheege hue jalwon par

in garam nigaahon se 
jazbaat bhadakte hain
in garam nigaahon se 
jazbaat bhadakte hain
ehsaas sulagta hai 
armaan dhadkate hai
ruk jaao 
ruk jaao
ruk jaao abhi dil par
itna na asar dalo
bheege huye jalwon par 
aise na nazar daalo
bheege huye jalwon par

soyi hui dhadkan ko 
khud tumne jagaaya hai
soyi hui dhadkan ko 
khud tumne jagaaya hai
saanso se pukaara hai 
nazaron se bulaaya hai
mat apni khataon ko
mat apni khataon ko 
ab aur ke sar daalo
oooo
bheege huye jalwon par 
aise na nazar daalo
bheege huye jalwon par

kab hamne kaha tumse 
hum tum pe nahin marte
kab hamne kaha tumse 
hum tum pe nahin marte
tum kuch bhi kaho tum par 
ilzam nahi dharte
bereham ho 
bereham ho
bereham ho qaatil ho 
ye qatl bhi kar daalo
hmmm mm hmm
hmmm mm hmm
dil chaahe idhar rakho 
par aankh udhar daalo

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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भीगे हुये जलवों पर
ऐसे न नज़र डालो
भीगे हुये जलवों पर
ऐसे न नज़र डालो
भीगे हुये जलवों पर
ऐसे न नज़र डालो
दिल चाहे इधर रखो
पर आँख उधर डालो
भीगे हुये जलवों पर

इन गरम निगाहों से
जज़्बात भड़कते हैं
इन गरम निगाहों से
जज़्बात भड़कते हैं
एहसास सुलगते हैं
अरमान धड़कते हैं
रुक जाओ
रुक जाओ
रुक जाओ अभी दिल पर
इतना ना असर डालो
भीगे हुये जलवों पर
ऐसे न नज़र डालो
भीगे हुये जलवों पर

सोई हुयी धड़कन को
खुद तुमने जगाया है
सोई हुयी धड़कन को
खुद तुमने जगाया है
साँसों से पुकारा है
नज़रों से बुलाया है
मत अपनी खताओं को
मत अपनी खताओं को
अब और के सर डालो
ओ ओ
भीगे हुये जलवों पर
ऐसे न नज़र डालो
भीगे हुये जलवों पर

कब हमने कहा तुमसे
हम तुम पे नहीं मरते
कब हमने कहा तुमसे
हम तुम पे नहीं मरते
तुम कुछ भी कहो तुमपे
इल्ज़ाम नहीं धरते
बेरहम हो
बेरहम हो
बेरहम हो क़ातिल हो
ये कत्ल भी कर डालो
हम्ममम म्मम हम्ममम
हम्ममम म्मम हम्ममम
दिल चाहे इधर रखो
पर आँख उधर डालो

 


This article is written by Sudhir, 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 :

4310 Post No. : 15587

Maangne Se Jo Maut Mil Jaati
Kaun Jeeta Is Zamaane Mein

Lata ji’s voice is so truly a match for the sadness oozing from this song, that seems to be so steeped in dejection and sorrow. The film – ‘Sunehre Kadam’ – the last one in Hindi cinema that he composed for in 1966. And as if this expression was not adequate, the film also has another equally melancholic song to match the depths of misery – “Na Baaz Aayaa Muqaddar Mujhe Mitaane Se”.

Bulo C Rani – music director, whose talent was never in question, and yet, in his career he stayed forever, in the sidelines and under the shadows of the bigger names in film. We celebrate his 99th anniversary of birth today, 6th May.

He was born this day in the year 1921, in Hyderabad, Sindh (now in Pakistan). As is with so many of the other lesser known artists of that era, practically no biographic information is documented. His father was a well known musician in his time. Bulo himself was a good singer and used to sing sufi kalaam, especially that of Abdul Shah Lateef. His love for music brought him to Lahore. He was just 21 at that time.

The shooting and processing of the film ‘Khandaan’ (1942) was in progress. Bulo met with Ghulam Haider, but did not get much attention from him. Then he also chanced to meet with DN Madhok, and a very good friendship came about. Madhok Sb got the young Bulo to travel with him to Bombay (now Mumbai). Once there, Madhok Sb got the young musician introduced into the world of Ranjeet Studios in the music department. He assisted Khemchand Prakash and Gyan Dutt in films like ‘Chandni’ (1942), ‘Sukh Dukh’ (1942), ‘Tansen’ (1943),  ‘Shahenshah Babar’ (1944) etc. In 1943 itself, his name appears for the first time in credits as a music director. He shares the music direction work with Gyan Dutt, for the film ‘Paighaan’ (1943). This is followed by a full independent responsibility for music direction, for the film ‘Caravan’ (1944).

Besides shaping up as a music director, the young Bulo was also singing. In his own films and also in films under the music direction of Khemchand Prakash and Gyan Dutt. He sang under the name of Bhola. Now that I read this name, I am wondering, whether the first name ‘Bulo’ is a variation on the name ‘Bhola’ that he used as a singer, and whether that his real first name was Bhola or Bhola-something.

With ‘Paighaam’ starts a journey of about two and a half decades during which he has given music to a little less than 600 songs in 68 or so films.

An interesting side note here. In the 1958 film ‘Al Hilal’, Bulo C created an iconic qawwaali of gigantic and everlasting popularity – “Hamen To Loot Liya Mil Ke Husn Waalon Ne”. After that, he tried to recreate the same magic in practically every alternate film that he did in the next 7 to 8 years. One qawwali by him appears in the films ‘Tin Tin Tin’ (1959), ‘Black Tiger’ (1960) , ‘Pedro’ (1960), ‘Anarbaala’ (1961), ‘Room No. 17’ (1961), ‘Jaadu Mahal’ (1962), ‘Madame Zorro’ (1962), ‘Magic Box’ (1963), ‘Haqdaar’ (1964) and ‘Son Of Hatitai’ (1965). The tone of the qawwaalis is almost similar to the iconic qawwaali of ‘Al Hilal’. But alas, none of the later qawwaalis made any lasting impression.

After the mid 1960s, no more work came his way. The mood of the Hindi film music was under transition, and like a few other music directors, he slowly faded from the memory – both of the listening public and of the film producer fraternity, He did work on some Sindhi films, and started giving coaching classes for music. Forgotten by the industry and his friends, he descended into depression in his later years. The dejection in life came to such an extreme that he eventually ended his own life (May 24, 1993). That he could not get by asking, he snatched it for himself –

maangne se to nahin mili to badh ke khud hi chheen li
jeena nahin tha aur is zamaane mein

The song presented today is quite uncharacteristic in style. This sounds more like an OP Nayyar-ish melody than a Bulo C Rani tune. The film is ‘Black Tiger’ from 1960. The film is produced by MH Doctor under the banner of Highway Pictures, Bombay and is directed by Akku. It is a stunt film with the star cast listed as Nadira, Azad, Sheikh, Ram Raseela, Habeeb, Jilani, Heera Sawant, Najma, Charanjeet, Arvind Kumar, Malik, Maqbool, Kedar, Gulab, Daatu, Sadhna, and Belan etc. Hmm, it is interesting to note – Nadira appearing in the female lead role in a stunt film in 1960. That is if she is the same Nadira that we are familiar with. I request other knowledgeable readers and friends to please add more information about this.

The film has 6 songs. 5 of them are written by Saba Afghani and the sixth one is by Tabish Kanpuri. This song is from the pen of Saba Afghani. The singing voices are of Geeta Dutt and Mahendra Kapoor. A delightful song of romantic exchange that has a very pleasing sound.

Listen and enjoy.

Song – O Parwaana, Kehta Hai Kya Afsaana  (Black Tiger) (1960) Singer – Geeta Dutt, Mahendra Kapoor, Lyrics – Saba Afghani, MD – Pt Shivram
Geeta Dutt + Mahendra Kapoor

Lyrics

o parwaana
kehta hai kya afsaana
zara tum bhi kaho ji
o deewaana
laaya hai dil nazraana
zara suno suno ji
o parwaana
kehta hai kya afsaana
zara tum bhi kaho ji

ye mausam
ye raaten
ye baaten khoyi khoyi
ye masti
ye shokhi
dil kaise bachaaye koi
ye mausam
ye raaten
ye baaten khoyi khoyi
ye masti
ye shokhi
dil kaise bachaaye koi
oo oo meri adaayen
khaali na jaayen
meri adaayen. . .
khaali na jaayen
jo bhi mujhse aankh milaaye
aahen bhare
o chhalkaana
in nazron ka paimaana
zara suno suno ji
o parwaana
kehta hai kya afsaana
zara tum bhi kaho ji

khul jaayen
ye zulfen
to mehfil ko mehka den
utth jaayen
ye nazren
to duniya ko behka den
khul jaayen
ye zulfen
to mehfil ko mehka den
utth jaayen
ye nazren
to duniya ko behka den
oo oo kaali ghataayen
jhoom ke aayen
kaali ghataayen. . .
jhoom ke aayen
saawan ki rut
nacche chham chham
aage tere
pehchaana
kyun kaisa hai nishaana
zara tum bhi kaho ji
o deewaana
laaya hai dil nazraana
zara suno suno ji

sarkaa doon
main aanchal
to chanda bhi sharmaaye
kaliyon ka
dil dhadke
phoolon ko paseena aaye
sarkaa doon
main aanchal
to chanda bhi sharmaaye
kaliyon ka
dil dhadke
phoolon ko paseena aaye
ho oo dil mein samaaye
mast banaaye
dil mein samaaye. . .
mast banaaye
honth gulaabi
nain raseele
jaadu bhare
ye maana
tumhaara hai zamaana
zara suno suno ji
o parwaana
kehta hai kya afsaana
zara tum bhi kaho ji
arre deewaana
laaya hai dil nazraana
zara suno suno ji

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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ओ परवाना
कहता है क्या अफसाना
ज़रा तुम भी कहो जी
ओ दीवाना
लाया है दिल नज़राना
ज़रा सुनो सुनो जी
ओ परवाना
कहता है क्या अफसाना
ज़रा तुम भी कहो जी

ये मौसम
ये रातें
ये बातें खोई खोई
ये मस्ती
ये शोख़ी
दिल कैसे बचाए कोई
ये मौसम
ये रातें
ये बातें खोई खोई
ये मस्ती
ये शोख़ी
दिल कैसे बचाए कोई
ओ ओ मेरी अदाएं
खाली ना जाएँ
मेरी अदाएं॰ ॰ ॰
खाली ना जाएँ
जो भी मुझसे आंख मिलाए
आहें भरे
ओ छलकाना
इन नज़रों का पैमाना
ज़रा सुनो सुनो जी
ओ परवाना
कहता है क्या अफसाना
ज़रा तुम भी कहो जी

खुल जाएँ
ये ज़ुल्फें
तो महफिल को महका दें
उठ जाएँ
ये नज़रें
तो दुनिया को बहका दें
खुल जाएँ
ये ज़ुल्फें
तो महफिल को महका दें
उठ जाएँ
ये नज़रें
तो दुनिया को बहका दें
ओ ओ काली घटाएँ’
झूम के आयें
काली घटाएँ॰ ॰ ॰
झूम के आयें
सावन की रुत
नाचे छम छम
आगे तेरे
पहचाना
क्यों कैसा है निशाना
ज़रा तुम भी कहो जी
ओ दीवाना
लाया है दिल नज़राना
ज़रा सुनो सुनो जी

सरका दूँ
मैं आँचल
तो चंदा भी शरमाये
कलियों का
दिल धड़के
फूलों को पसीना आए
सरका दूँ
मैं आँचल
तो चंदा भी शरमाये
कलियों का
दिल धड़के
फूलों को पसीना आए
ओ ओ दिल में समाये
मस्त बनाए
दिल में समाये॰ ॰ ॰
मस्त बनाए
होंठ गुलाबी
नैन रसीले
जादू भरे
ये माना
तुम्हारा है ज़माना
ज़रा सुनो सुनो जी
ओ परवाना
कहता है क्या अफसाना
ज़रा तुम भी कहो जी
अरे दीवाना
लाया है दिल नज़राना
ज़रा सुनो सुनो जी


This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. 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 :

4305 Post No. : 15576

Imagine, a tall and lanky young man from India, trained to be a wrestler, and a state level sportsman from Bengal, appearing in the Indian contingent at the Olympics in 1936 / 1940 / 1944. Unfortunately (or maybe fortunately) the Olympics of 1940 and 1944 were cancelled due to the ongoing World War II. Had there been peace in the world during those years, maybe the course of history of the Hindi film music may have been different.

Well OK, the previous paragraph is quite speculative. But yes, the fact is that in his younger years, PC Dey was much more inclined towards body building and wrestling. Trained by one Gorobabu, a pehalwan of repute in Bengal, he represented his institution, Vidyasagar College of Calcutta (now Kolkata) at the state level championships and reached the finals in his category. Never mind that his uncle, the renowned KC Dey, would continue to press him to take his music training more seriously. But that was not to be so. Well, for some time at least.

The young Prabodh Chandra developed weakness in his eyesight, which became a handicap in continuing his proposed career as a wrestler. Getting into the wrestling ring with eyeglasses was never a good option. And so, this vision problem coupled with the second World War eventually decided the career path for this young man. And that, to the greater gain and benefit for the music lovers of this country.

Remembering Manna Dey, the stalwart singer of Indian film industry, on the 101st anniversary of his birth today. Born in 1919, we celebrate it today in 2020.

His uncle, KC Dey would goad him, guide him and train him with a vision to for Manna Da to become one of the top singers in the country. In 1942, KC Dey was preparing music for the film ‘Tamanna’. He called upon his nephew to sing a duet with Suraiya – “Jaago Aayee Usha. . .”. With this song, the film career of Manna Dey was launched.

A little time later, Vijay Bhatt and Shankar Rao Vyas approached KC Dey to request him for playback singing in their upcoming film – ‘Ram Rajya’ (1943). Understandably, KC Dey declined the offer, since he would never give playback to any other actor. Providence would have it that the young Manna was also in the room at that time. Vijay Bhatt then directed his attention to the nephew singer. The consent was given and the agreement was in place. Manna Dey would sing for Shankar Rao Vyas in this upcoming film. The song “Tyagmayi Tu Gayi. . .” is the first solo song recorded by Manna Da.

More recordings followed. And then we come to 1950, and the film ‘Mashaal’. The song is “Upar Gagan Vishal“. Manna Dey, and his voice have arrived on to the Hindi film stage.

But then, yes, there is more to his voice than just the film songs. There is a wonderful set of non-film songs that he has recorded during his career. I bring to attention this endearingly beautiful piece, that is written by Madhukar Rajasthani. The music composition is by Manna Da himself. A wondrous song of the first tryst between the lovers. So less words, so short and sweet. And yet, the entire saga of that encounter is ensconced in this brief song of two antaraas. A small pearl from the nose pin of the damsel, gets loose and is lost. And the poet says,

kajraari akhiyaan
reh gayin roti re. . .

Beautiful, simply delightful – that is the softness of this singing voice. Manna Dey – at 101.


Song – Sajni. . . Nathli Se Toota Moti Re (Manna Dey – NFS) (1982) Singer – Manna Dey, Lyrics – Madhukar Rajasthani, MD – Manna Dey

Lyrics

sajni..ee

sajni..ee

nathli se toota moti re
nathli se toota moti re
kajraari akhiyaan
reh gayin roti re
kajraari akhiyaan
reh gayin roti re
nathli se toota moti re
sajni..ee
nathli se toota moti re

roop ki agiya
ang mein laagi
ang mein laagi
kaise chhupaa..aaye
laaj abhaagi
laaj abhaagi
manwa. . .
kehta. . .
bhor kabhi na hoti re
kajraari akhiyaan
reh gayin roti re
nathli se toota moti re

bholi dulhaniya
palken jhukaaye
palken jhukaaye
ghunghatwa mein
sehme lajaaye
sehme lajaaye
balmaa..aa
padhaaye
preet ki pehli pothi re
kajraari akhiyaan
reh gayin roti re
nathli se toota moti re

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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सजनी॰॰ई

सजनी॰॰ई

नथली से टूटा मोती रे
नथली से टूटा मोती रे
कजरारी अखियाँ
रह गईं रोती रे
कजरारी अखियाँ
रह गईं रोती रे
नथली से टूटा मोती रे
सजनी॰॰ई
नथली से टूटा मोती रे

रूप की अगिया
अंग में लागि
अंग में लागि
कैसे छुपा॰॰आए
लाज अभागी
लाज अभागी
मनवा॰ ॰ ॰
कहता॰ ॰ ॰
भोर कभी ना होती रे
कजरारी अखियाँ
रह गईं रोती रे
नथली से टूटा मोती रे

भोली दुलहनीया
पलकें झुकाये
पलकें झुकाये
घूंघटवा में॰ ॰ ॰
सहमे लजाये
सहमे लजाये
बलमा॰॰आ
पढ़ाये
प्रीत की पहली पोथी रे
कजरारी अखियाँ
रह गईं रोती रे
नथली से टूटा मोती रे


This article is written by Sudhir, 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 :

4293 Post No. : 15547

Another of those “aa ha” moments, as I was searching for a song to celebrate an anniversary. Sitting on my hard disk for a long time, I just pulled it up and listened to it, as I searched for a song by Khusheed Bano, And wow, what a wonderful creation this one turns out to be. And with a surprise bonus that saved me some extra effort.

Well actually, this post should have come on board yesterday (18 Apr). Having missed the birth anniversary of Khursheed Bano on 14th April, as I checked the anniversaries page, I found that I was still in time for her anniversary of passing away on 18th April. So I started the search and prep for a song sung by her. As luck would have it, I narrowed down to this wonderful song which is such a pleasing listen.

The twist comes in like this. As I checked from the Geet Kosh in my search, and identified this song from the 1941 film ‘Pardesi’, I noted that the GK lists the singer for this song as Khursheed and chorus. But when I played this song, I was taken by surprise to discover that this song is actually a duet, and that too, a delightful romantic duet. To check on the identity of the male voice, I turned to our dear friend, Girdhari Lal ji (of Jodhpur), and requested him for identification. His response was immediate – the male voice is that of Kantilal.

And then another part clicked into place. I immediately went back to the anniversaries list to confirm, and yes my memory was right. 18th April also is the birth anniversary of singer actor Kantilal. And so the celebrations connected and coalesced together into this one song.

Interesting to note that today’s song is one of those rare combinations wherein we have two actor-singers singing together. Yes, there are other pairs that we can list – Surendra – Noorjehaan, Suraiya – Surendra, KL Saigal – Suraiya, KL Saigal – Khursheed etc. Kantilal is also a singer of certain repute, active during the early years Hindi cinema. He has appeared as an actor, and has sung songs that he has performed himself on screen. He has also given playback to other artists. About today’s song, my take is that this song is not performed by Kantilal himself on screen although he himself is also listed as one of the actors in the film. In all probability he has given playback for Motilal. Motilal used to sing off and on. In some films, we find his name listed as singer, and in some films we see him lip syncing other playback singers. In ‘Pardesi’, he is the lead actor, but his name does not appear in the list of singers. And since, in this film, he is paired opposite to Khursheed, and that she is the other singer in this song, it would follow logically that Motilal is lip syncing Kantilal voice in this song.

Now, for the details. We already have a good set of posts giving details about this film and the artists, I will not attempt to re-present that information. However, I will give the links to where these details can be perused.

About the film – ‘Pardesi’, the film synopsis has been posted by our dear Arun ji, in his post for the song “Ab Kahaan Basera Apna”. In the same post, we also can read a brief biosketch about Khursheed Bano.

Our dear Sadanand ji has also presented another brief about Khursheed in his post for the song “Pehle Jo Mohabbat Se Inkaar Kiya Hotaaa”, also from the same film.

Regarding actor-singer Kantilal, I refer to another post by Arun ji, for the song “Dhanwaalon Ki Duniya Hai Ye, Nirdhan Ke Bhagwaan” from the film ‘Holi’ from 1940.

The film ‘Pardesi’ is from the house of Ranjit Movietone, and is directed by Chaturbhuj Doshi. The list of actors, as per Geet Kosh, is – Motilal, Khurshid, Snehprabha, E Billimoria, Durgesh, Keshari, Kantilal, and Bhagwan Das amongst others. The film has 15 songs listed. The songwriters listed for this film are DN Madhok and PL Santoshi. However, specific songwriter for individual songs, is not identified for all songs. As such also for this song – the specific songwriter is not identified. Music for this film is by Khemchand Prakash.

So with this song, we pay our tributes to Khursheed Bano and Kantilal on their anniversaries today. So many things to cherish for, in memory. 🙂

[Author’s Note: The available recording is certainly not the best. I have not been able to decipher one word in the 3rd antraa. I request other readers with keener ears to please help make the correction. Thanks.]

Song – Morey Angna Mein Ambuwa, Ambuwa Ki Daali  (Pardesi) (1941) Singers – Khursheed, Kantilal, Lyrics – [Unattributed], MD – Khemchand Prakash
Khursheed + Kantilal

Lyrics

more angana mein ambuwaa..aa

more angana mein ambuwaa
ambuwa ki daali
daali pe koel bol gayi re. . .
bol gayi re
more angana mein ambuwaa
ambuwa ki daali
daali pe koel bol gayi re. . .
bol gayi re

dol gayi re
dol gayi re
dol gayi re
dol gayi re
duniya dilon ki dol gayi re
duniya dilon ki dol gayi re
more angana mein ambuwaa
ambuwa ki daali
daali pe koel bol gayi re. . .
bol gayi re

dekh sajanwa kaliyan khil gayi. . .
dekh sajanwa kaliyan khil gayi
kaliyon ko bhanwara
bhanwre ko kaliyan
kaliyon ko bhanwara
bhanwre ko kaliyan
mil gayi re
mil gayi re
mil gayi re
mil gayi re
more angana mein ambuwaa
ambuwa ki daali
daali pe koel bol gayi re. . .
bol gayi re

phoolon ki ot sajanwa lag gayi. . .
phoolon ki ot sajanwa lag gayi
kaanton ki meethi kor
kaanton ki meethi kor
?? ras mein ras ghol gayi re
haan haan bol gayi re
ras ghol gayi re
ras ghol gayi re
more angana mein ambuwaa
ambuwa ki daali
daali pe koel bol gayi re. . .
bol gayi re

more angana mein ambuwaa. . .

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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मोरे अंगना में अंबुवा॰॰आ

मोरे अंगना में अंबुवा
अंबुवा की डाली
डाली पे कोयल ॰ ॰ ॰
बोल गई रे
मोरे अंगना में अंबुवा
अंबुवा की डाली
डाली पे कोयल बोल गई रे॰ ॰ ॰
बोल गई रे

डोल गई रे
डोल गई रे
डोल गई रे
डोल गई रे
दुनिया दिलों की डोल गई रे
दुनिया दिलों की डोल गई रे
मोरे अंगना में अंबुवा
अंबुवा की डाली
डाली पे कोयल बोल गई रे॰ ॰ ॰
बोल गई रे

देख सजनवा कलियाँ खिल गईं॰ ॰ ॰
देख सजनवा कलियाँ खिल गईं
कलियों को भँवरा
भँवरे को कलियाँ
कलियों को भँवरा
भँवरे को कलियाँ
मिल गईं रे
मिल गईं रे
मिल गईं रे
मिल गईं रे
मोरे अंगना में अंबुवा
अंबुवा की डाली
डाली पे कोयल बोल गई रे॰ ॰ ॰
बोल गई रे

फूलों की ओट सजनवा लग गई॰ ॰ ॰
फूलों की ओट सजनवा लग गई
काँटों की मीठी कोर
काँटों की मीठी कोर
?? रस में रस घोल गई रे
हाँ हाँ बोल गई रे
रस घोल गई रे
रस घोल गई रे
मोरे अंगना में अंबुवा
अंबुवा की डाली
डाली पे कोयल बोल गई रे॰ ॰ ॰
बोल गई रे

मोरे अंगना में अंबुवा॰ ॰ ॰


This article is written by Nahm, 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 :

4154 Post No. : 15321

As I have said in one of my recent posts, whenever I read something inspiring, be it a poem or an article, it inspires me to write something of my own thoughts. Nowadays there is less and less readable material forthcoming from the print media. The blog and its posts are sometimes savior’s for the intellect. One such article was the post by Sudhir Sir – “Gandhi Tere Desh Mein Ye Kaisa Atyachaar“, on the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.  It appeared quite late in the night, but as I read it completely, it was a thoroughly readable and thought provoking post. At least I found it thought provoking and for the next few days the matters and the quotes from the Mahatma’s books, and my own thought relating to them were reverberating in my mind. I wrote a lengthy comment on the post which I am reproducing here.

Sir,

Congratulations on writing such an extensive, studied article on Mahatma Gandhi and his philosophies. Reading it, I realised I haven’t read any of his books.  Being a Kitaabi keeda from childhood hasn’t helped me reach out to any of Mahatma’s books. Where ever I have found a bookshelf and a rack of books I tend to go through the titles and authors. In my defence, I can only say that non-fiction is not my strong case. Nevertheless, it is sad and tragic that the works of such great thinking minds are nowhere to be found in present day libraries.

The para’s you quote from his writings, about non-violence and cowardice; I dare say are the sort of philosophy which is popular as well as non-popular, depending on disparities in viewpoints.

I will quote an incident to explain what I mean. This happened in friends household. The son was playing football with his friends. A few other boys from the neighborhood, came up to one of the boy and started beating him over some fight or rivalry. All the friends including my friend’s son ran away from there. The boy came home and told the parents about this. This was just a school going kid. The father said, how can you do this, being a punjab da puttar, how could you not help your friend. The son said, if tried to help him than they will start hitting me too. Logic here, self-preservation not cowardice, the mother opined.

In the light of the above incident, the Mahatma’s point is first one will try to stop the violence by non-violence. But avoiding the situation altogether is not non- violence, but cowardice.  As opposed to valour.  The will to defend the one in difficult situation. Not just defend, but save. This is valour, opposite of cowardice.

But this is an era of “tamashbeen”.  A vast majority of public now prefers to just be a bystander and watch, rather than doing anything to stop the violence. Which neither here, nor there. This is a side kick of mass media. We are used to watching violence and it doesn’t make us flinch. A humans natural tendency to reject violence is gone. We watch it like it is a natural movie watching experience.

I believe, big cities are little better, with regards to violence of any kind. For the disruption is bigger and inconvenient. Crowd will be of various dispositions in any urban setting, someone will be a local and saner than others. Hopefully.

One more point, I would make here is about the “decay” of creation. The decay in creation is caused by impurities. The very nature of creation in mortal. What has started will end, whatever has lived will die. A natural death. Like some civilisation of the past died, due to natural calamities and became a step for newer civilisation to develop.

It is the truth which is pure. The lies added to it make it impure, and cause decadence. The civilisations that decay and then die of decadence,  rot. No new civilisation can emerge from such decayed rot.

So, we as humans, the superior among all creation, have a duty to preserve this purity in ourselves.

Regards.

I realize that the comment is just one dimensional, and could not carry the total sum of my impressions on the article.   I have said that non-fiction is not my strong case, and here I am, daily trying my hand at writing non-fiction  :).

Now I simply must quote this from the article :

It goes to establish that Gandhi was no ordinary soul, and such souls appear on this planet quite rarely. Albert Einstein has so beautifully summed it up in his tribute – “Generations to come will scarce believe that such a one as this ever in flesh and blood walked upon this earth”.

Of course I have read this quote before and this is not fiction. Another important thing he highlighted was about the discourse around ‘the relevance of the Mahatma today’.  And films like “Lage Raho Munna Bhai” were just a final stone dropped in the (already dry) pond, through the popular film media, to explain to the second generation Indians born after the end of the Gandhian era, that over dose of Gandhian philosophy like any other philosophy is also capable of creating a ‘chemical locha’ in the mental equilibrium.

May be the decay of this great civilization of homo-sapiens has started. The very nature of creation is temporary; all that exists will be destroyed one day.  The Universe may be infinite, but the only definite thing here is death. So be it, whether it is the death of a philosophy, a society or a world. The very wisdom of this species is in danger of being homogenized with its earlier extinct versions.

If one really gives deep thought about the situation the human race is facing, it feels as if the ‘Qayamat’ is truly underway.  The life we are living is like a tight rope walk of ‘pul-e-siraat‘.  One wrong step and below is hellfire. It’s that difficult to keep to the truth, obey the truth and keep faith in the truth.

But then there is a superior power, the creator, the sustainer and the nourisher of all that exists. As Allama Iqbal said :

mudda’ee laakh buraa chaahe to kya hota hai
wohi hota hai jo manzoor-e-khuda hotaa hai

So I have here a very positive kind of feel good song written by Javed Akhtar from ‘Dil Chahta Hai’ (2001).  The singer is Srinivas and composers are Shankar-Ehsan-Loy.   Yeah, the name of composers has a message in it.  I can try and translate the middle one i.e. ‘Ehsan’.

We all are familiar with word  ‘ehsaan‘ in songs like “Ehsaan Mere Dil Pe Tumhaara Hai Dosto” and “Ehsaan Tera Hoga Mujh Par“. The word ‘ehsan’ is a related word, with a change in meaning.  It means the ‘beauty of good conduct’. Or rather the beauty of best behavior.

The song I am presenting has a dream like quality with Dimple in white, Akshaye Kumar in white, and a white canvas.  The portrait of Dimple gradually develops on the canvas, while the Akshaye is dreaming on of pure water streams, dipping his hand into the stream,  full moon, in a dreamy halo of light and roshni.   In this moon light, all the colours are amalgamated to make a portrait, in which the fragrances are visibly mingling. Moon, stream, clouds, song, rain and butterflies are all in favour – in favour of the flavor of love, that is created of such different matter.  Some physical and some metaphorical matter, to make the billions and trillions of DNA that comprise this universe.

Video

Audio

Song – Kaisi Hai Ye Rut Ke Jis Mein Phool Ban Ke Dil Khile (Dil Chaahta Hai) (2001) Singer – Srinivas, Lyrics – Javed Akhtar, MD – Shankar-Ehsan-Loy

Lyrics

kaisi hai ye rut ke jis mein
phool ban ke dil khile. . .

kaisi hai ye rut ke jis mein
phool ban ke dil khile
ghul rahe hain rang saare
ghul rahi hain khushbooen
chaandni jharne ghataayen
geet baarish titliyaan
hum pe ho gaye hain
sab meherbaan
kaisi hai ye rut ke jis mein
phool ban ke dil khile

dekho
nadi ke kinaare
panchhi pukaare..ea
kisi panchhi ko
dekho
ye jo nadi hai
milne chali hai..ea
saagar hi ko
ye pyaar ka hi
saara hai kaarwaan
kaisi hai ye rut ke jis mein
phool ban ke dil khile

ho ooo
kaise
kisi ko bataayen
kaise ye samjhaayen..en
kya pyaar hai
iss mein
bandhan nahin hai
aur na koi bhi
deewar hai
suno pyaar ki niraali
hai daastaan
kaisi hai ye rut ke jis mein
phool ban ke dil khile
ghul rahe hain rang saare
ghul rahi hain khushbooen
chaandni jharne ghataayen
geet baarish titliyaan
hum pe ho gaye hain
sab meherbaan

kaisi hai ye rut ke jis mein
phool ban ke dil khile
hnmnmnmnm
hmnmnmnmnmn
hnmnmnmnm
hmnmnmnmnmn
hnmnmnmnm
hmnmnmnmnmn
hnmnmnmnm
hmnmnmnmnmn

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Nahm)
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कैसी है ये रुत के जिस में
फूल बन के दिल खिले॰ ॰ ॰

कैसी है ये रुत के जिस में
फूल बन के दिल खिले
घुल रहे हैं रंग सारे
घुल रही हैं खुशबूएं
चाँदनी झरने घटाएँ
गीत बारिश तितलियाँ
हम पे हो गए हैं
सब मेहेरबाँ
कैसी है ये रुत के जिस में
फूल बन के दिल खिले

देखो
नदी के किनारे
पंछी पुकारे॰॰ऐ
किसी पंछी को
देखो
ये जो नदी है
मिलने चली है॰॰ऐ
सागर ही को
ये प्यार का ही सारा
है कारवां
कैसी है ये रुत के जिस में
फूल बन के दिल खिले

हो॰ ॰ ॰
कैसे
किसी को बताएं
कैसे ये समझाएँ॰॰ऐं
क्या प्यार है
इसमें
बंधन नहीं है
और न कोई भी॰॰ई
दीवार है
सुनो प्यार की निराली
है दास्ताँ
कैसी है ये रुत के जिस में
फूल बन के दिल खिले
घुल रहे हैं रंग सारे
घुल रही हैं खुशबूएं
चाँदनी झरने घटाएँ
गीत बारिश तितलियाँ
हम पे हो गए हैं
सब मेहेरबाँ

कैसी है ये रुत के जिस में
फूल बन के दिल खिले
हम्म ह्म म्न हम्न
हम्म ह्म म्न हम्न
हम्म ह्म म्न हम्न
हम्म ह्म म्न हम्न
हम्म ह्म म्न हम्न
हम्म ह्म म्न हम्न
हम्म ह्म म्न हम्न
हम्म ह्म म्न हम्न
हम्म ह्म म्न हम्न
हम्म ह्म म्न हम्न


This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day :

4095 Post No. : 15241

Today, 4th October, is the 88th birthday of Sandhya Mukherjee. The grand old dame is one of the premier playback singers in Bangla cinema. In Hindi films, her contribution is limited to about 30 songs. Her involvement in Hindi films starts with the 1948 film ‘Jhoothi Kasmen’, and her singing assignments are spread over a decade and a half, till the mid 1960s.

A chance encounter with this song prompted the preparation of this post. I came across this song just a few hours ago, and listening to it was love at first hear. Such a lovely melody and arrangement, and such wonderful rendition, this song belongs to that category of unknown and hidden gems, which surprise the listener with their simplicity and beauty. I have listened to it many times since I discovered it earlier in the evening, and I do not seem to be getting enough of it.

The film is ‘Ratnadeep’ from 1952. The film is produced and directed by the legendary Debaki Kumar Bose, for the banner of Chitramaya, Calcutta. The cast of actors is listed as Anuva Gupta, Manju Dey, Molina Devi, Chhaya Devi, Tangamani, Harini, Bakul Ghosh, Abhi Bhattacharya, Pahadi Sanyal, Niteesh Mukherji, Tulsi Chakravarty, Kamal Mishra, Raj Kumar Soni, Sudheer  Chakraborty, Gokul Mukherji, and Gauri Shankar. The film is based on the Bangla novel of the same name, written by Prabhat Kumar Mukherjee.

Eight songs are listed for this film. The music director is Robin Chatterji. Two of the songs are traditional bhajans originally composed by Meerbai and Vidyapati. The remaining six songs have been written by the songwriters Pandit Madhur and Mahendra Pran. However, the lyricist for each individual song is not specifically identified.

We wish Sandhya ji a very happy 88th birthday. May she be blessed with many more years of good health and happiness.

Song – Raat Ne Aa Ke Din Ko Chooma, Saanjh Suhaani Aayi  (Ratnadeep) (1952) Singers – Sandhya Mukherji, Lyrics – [Unattributed], MD – Robin Chatterji

Lyrics

raat ne aa ke
din ko chooma
saanjh suhaani aayi aayi
saanjh suhaani aayi
saanjh suhaani aayi manwa doley
raat ne aa ke
din ko chooma
saanjh suhaani aayi

chanda karey ishaare
koi mujhe pukaare
chanda karey ishaare
kya jaanun main aaj bhala kyon
mann hi mann sharmaai
saanjh suhaani aayi aayi

baalapan ke sapne jaage
jaagi mast jawaani
haaye jaagi mast jawaani
duniya ki har ?? suhaani
?? ban karv itraai
tum ban jaao main o saajan
aawo main tum ban jaaun
ye madmaati saanjh salona
ye madmaati saanjh salona
salona sandesa laai
saanjh suhaani aayi aayi

aankhon se tum dil mein aaye
phir bhi rahe kyon praaye
phir bhi rahe kyon praaye
itna to batla do kyon tum
aaj baney harjaai
saanjh suhaani aayi aayi
saanjh suhaani aayi aayi
saanjh suhaani aayi aayi

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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रात ने आ के
दिन को चूमा
साँझ सुहानी आई आई
साँझ सुहानी आई
साँझ सुहानी आई मनवा डोले
रात ने आ के
दिन को चूमा
साँझ सुहानी आई

चंदा करे इशारे
कोई मुझे पुकारे
चंदा करे इशारे
क्या जानूँ मैं आज भला क्यों
मन ही मन शरमाई
साँझ सुहानी आई आई

बालपन के सपने जागे
जागी मस्त जवानी
हाए जागी मस्त जवानी
दुनिया की हर ?? सुहानी
?? बन कर इतराई
तुम बन जाओ मैं ओ साजन
आवो मैं तुम बन जाऊँ
ये मदमाती साँझ सलोना
ये मदमाती साँझ सलोना
सलोना सँदेसा लाई
साँझ सुहानी आई आई

आँखों से तुम दिल में आए
फिर भी रहे क्यों पराये
फिर भी रहे क्यों पराये
इतना तो बतला दो क्यों तुम
आज बने हरजाई
साँझ सुहानी आई आई
साँझ सुहानी आई आई
साँझ सुहानी आई आई

 


What is this blog all about

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 over TWELVE years. This blog has over 15900 song posts by now.

This blog is active and online for over 4000 days since its beginning on 19 july 2008.

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(© 2008 - 2020) atulsongaday.me The content of this site is copyrighted and it may not be reproduced elsewhere without prior consent from the site/ author of the content.

Total number of songs posts discussed

15935

Number of movies covered in the blog

Movies with all their songs covered =1224
Total Number of movies covered =4365

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