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Blog Day :

4751 Post No. : 16487

#The Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 146 # A tribute to Anand Bakshi- Song from ‘Goraa Aur Kaalaa-1972
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Today 21st July’2021 is the ninety-first (21.07.1930 – 30.03.2002) birth anniversary of Poet-Lyricist Anand Bakshi.
On this occasion, as a tribute to him, here is a song written by him for the movie ‘Goraa Aur Kaalaa’.

“Goraa Aur Kaalaa-1972” was directed by Naresh Kumar for ‘Shankar Movies, Bombay’. It was produced by Rajkumar Kohli.

It had Rajendra Kumar, Hema Malini, Rekha (Special role), Prem Chopra, Jagdeep, Madan Puri, Sulochana, Premnath, Sanjana, Sundar, Randhir, Hiralal, Bashir, Rajan Haksar, Ram Mohan, Kamal Deep, Tilak Raj, Prannath, Gulab Singh, Abdul Ghani, Ajiz Shaikh, Rashid Khan, Pandit Rammurti, Shobha, Sawan Kumar and others.

This movie was passed by Censor Board 12.12.1972.

‘Goraa Aur Kaalaa-1972’ had six songs, all written by Anand Bakshi and composed to music by Laxmikant-Pyarelal.

Mohd Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar, Usha Mangeshkar and Mukesh had given their voices to the songs in this movie.

Here is the list of songs from this movie.

SNo Song Title Posted on the blog
01 Hoye hoye … ik to mera mastaanaa shabaab Being covered today
02 Tu mere sapnon ki raani banegi 16.02.2009
03 Tere nain … nashi de pyaale
04 Hoye … dhoom mach gayi dhoom, saathi
05 Dheere dheere bol koyi sun na le 18.07.2009
06 O allah … pardaa rukh e roshan se hataana

We can see from the above table that only two songs from this movie have been posted on the blog, and both were posted in the year 2009. Today’s song – the third song- from this movie will be appearing after a gap of more than twelve years.

The two songs posted in the blog are well known songs from this movie and I am aware of them. Another well known song, viz ‘dhoom mach gayi dhoom saathi’, too is known to be.

But the other three songs from this movie are unfamiliar to me. Even the movie is unfamiliar to me.

I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on the songs of this movie.

Today’s song is sung by Lata Mangeshkar and on screen it is performed by Rekha and Hema Malini. This is a seductive song where Rekha is trying to seduce Rajendra Kumar (the ‘kaalaa’ Rajendra Kumar). Rajendra Kumar is shown drinking and thinking of Hema Malini instead and not Rekha 😊

Let us now enjoy this song …


Song-Ik to mera mastaana shabaab uspe gira di re toone saraab(Goraa Aur Kaala)(1972) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

hoy hoy hoy hoy
ik to mera
mastaanaa shabaab
uspe giraa di re ae
toone saraab
haaye haaye haaye
ik to mera
mastaanaa shabaab
uspe giraa di re ae
toone saraab
ye kya kiyaa o deewaane
ab kyaa hogaa na jaane
kaam kiyaa ye toone
badaa hi kharaa aa aab
ik to mera
mastaanaa shabaab
uspe giraa di re ae
toone saraab
haay haay haay
ik to mera
mastaanaa shabaab
uspe giraa di re ae
toone saraab

hai fidaa mujh pe zamaanaa
tu qadar meri naa jaanaa
chhod doon main aana jaana
tod doon dil ka paimaanaa
hai fidaa mujhpe zamaanaa
tu qadar meri naa jaanaa
chhod doon main aana jaana
tod doon dil ka paimaanaa
par kya karoon main tera
nahin hai jawaab
haay haay
ik to mera
mastaanaa shabaab
uspe giraa di re ae
toone saraab

aa
haa
aa
aa

hosh mein aa o mastaane
dekh is jaanib deewaane
mere chehre par likhe hain
pyaar mohabbat ke afsaane
hosh mein aa o mastaane
dekh is jaanib deewaane
mere chehre par likhe hain
pyaar mohabbat ke afsaane
tu ne padhi na kabhi mere
dil ki kitaab
haay haay
ik to mera
mastaanaa shabaab
uspe giraa di re ae
toone saraab

sun mohabbat ki kahaani
jal gayi meri Jawaani
tu ne sholon ko hawaa di
aag pe daalaa naa paani
sun mohabbat ki kahaani
jal gayi meri Jawaani
tu ne sholon ko hawaa di
aag pe daalaa naa paani
teri jafaaon ka zaalim
na koi hisaab
haay haay
ik to mera
mastaanaa shabaab
uspe giraa di re ae
toone saraab
ye kya kiyaa o deewaane
ab kyaa hogaa na jaane
kaam kiyaa ye toone
badaa hi kharaa aa aab
ik to mera
mastaanaa shabaab
uspe giraa di re ae
toone saraab


This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, 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 :

4725 Post No. : 16438

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2011-2021) – Song No.27
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The story of Shakuntala which is based on a classic Sanskrit play ‘Abjijanashakuntalam’ written by Kalidas has been one of the favourites of film makers. Two silent films with the title ‘Shakuntala’ were made in 1920 – one directed by Suchet Singh and the other by Shrinath Patankar. In 1929, Fatma Begum also directed a silent film with the same title. With the advent of sound film in 1931, two films were released with the same title in 1931 – one directed by Mohan Bhavnani and the other by J J Madan. Sarvottam Badami of Sagar Movietone directed ‘Shakuntala’ (1932) in Telugu. Jyotish Banerjee directed ‘Shakuntala’ (1941) in Bengali.

When V Shantaram set up his own Rajkamal Kala Mandir in 1942, he produced and directed ‘Shakuntala’ (1943) as his first film under his banner. He remade the film in 1961 with the title ‘Stree’. Bhupen Hazarika made the film in Assamese in 1961 and Kunchako directed the film in 1965 in Malayalam. The list is not exhaustive but the number of films made so far shows the popularity of the story of Shakuntala.

Since Prabaht Films did not make film on ‘Shakuntala, probably, V Shantaram thought of making Shakuntala as his first film after leaving Prabhat Films in May 1942, V Shantaram set up his own film production company, Rajkamal Kala Mandir. In October 1942, he acquired Wadia Movietone’s studio and renovated the same which took about 3 months. Simultaneously, he was also busy with the preparatory work for his maiden film, ‘Shakuntala’ (1943). When the studio was ready after renovation, he signed Chandramohan for the role of Dushyant opposite Jayshree in the role of Shakuntala. The shooting of Shakuntala started in January 1943 and it took about six months to complete the shooting. The film was released tereafter.

‘Shakuntala’ (1943) was a big box office hit which laid a strong foundation for Rajkamal Kala Mandir. In Mumbai, the film ran for 104 weeks in Swastik theatre. In 1947, the film was released in the USA with English sub-titles. The New York Times carried the review of the film in its issue dated December 26, 1947. Among other things, the review has said:

Shakuntala has charm entirely of its own. The story – call it a fairy tale or just plain Hollywood – is strictly boy-meet-girl, forest version with inevitable reunion. The lovely background, the unabashed naivete of acting of the entire cast, the crudely rich musical score and above all the expertly flavoursome English subtitles all blend together to make Shakuntala a sturdy screen promises from our Indian friends.

Almost all the songs of the film became very popular. I recall that my mother used to often sing at least 3 songs from the film, one of which I am presenting with this article. She was singing despite the fact that she did not speak and understand Hindi at that time (in the late 1940s) in my native place. Of course, I heard her singing in my childhood only when we shifted to Mumbai in early 1950s and realised after about six decades that the songs she was singing were from ‘Shakuntala’ (1943).

‘Shakuntala’(1943) was the beginning of a long association of V Shantaram with Vasant Desai as a music director which continued till ‘Mausi’ (1958). It is said that during the making of ‘Navrang’ (1959), their relations sour leading to the separation. But his respect to his mentor, V Shantaram was so great that he did not reveal the reasons of his separation even to his family members. Later, he was recalled by V Shantaram to provide background music for ‘Geet Gaya Patharon Ne’ (1964) and as a music director for ‘Ladki Sahyadri Ki’ (1966).

10 years back, one song from the film ‘Shakuntala’ (1943) was posted on the Blog. So far, 9 songs (out of 13) from the film have been posted on the Blog, details of which are as under:

Sr. No. Song Posting Date
01 Jeewan ki naao na doley 09/06/2011
02 Kamal hai mere saamne 25/06/2011
03 Pyaari pyaari ye sukhad maatribhoomi apni 26/06/2011
04 Jhooloongi jhooloongi 30/06/2011
05 Tumhe prasann yoon dekh ke 04/05/2014
06 Chaand sa nanha aaya 06/05/2014
07 Na jaane kahaan ka ye jaadoo kiya hai 24/07/2017
08 Chali apne ghar ko Shakuntala 18/08/2018
09 Mere baba ne baat meri maan li 04/08/2019

I am presenting the 10th song, ‘ek prem ki pyaasi bani banwaasi’ from the film, sung by Amirbai Karnataki. The song is written by Ratan Piya which is set to music by Vasant Desai.

The song is picturised on Zohrabai (not to be confused with Zohrabai Ambalewaali), in the role of Menaka to seduce sage Vishwamitra to break his meditation. The song can be regarded as one of the earliest attempts of ‘honey trap’ which Lord Indra laid, fearing that with his deep ascetic practice and meditation, sage Vishwamitra would acquire enormous power to challenge the gods.

Audio

Video


Song-Ek prem ki pyaasi bani banwaasi (Shakuntala)(1943) Singer-Amirbai Karnataki, Lyrics-Ratan Piya, MD-Vasant Desai

Lyrics

aa aa aaa
aa aa aa aaa
aa aa aaa
aa aa aa aaa
ek prem ki pyaasi
ek prem ki pyaasi
bani banwaasi
ban mein tumhaare aayi
ban mein tumhaare aayi
nain khol dekh o bairaagi
nain khol dekh o bairaagi
bairaagan kya laayi
bairaagan kya laayi
aa aa aaa
aa aa aaa

main roopmayi
tum gyaanjayee
main vilaasi tum banwaasi ee
prem bina sab gyaan adhoora
prem bina sab gyaan adhoora aa
mat bhoolo sanyaasi
mat bhoolo sanyaasi
aa aa aaa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aaa
aa aa aa aa
ek prem ki pyaasi bani banwaasi
ban mein tumhaare aayi
nain khol dekh o bairaagi
bairaagan kya laayi
bairaagan kya laayi
aa aa aaaaaa


This article is written by Pevesie’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 :

4709 Post No. : 16415

Hullo Atuldom

Let me begin with a confession. I am very bad at buying gifts. As a youngster, dependent on pocket money, I used to make do with buying greeting cards and either posting it to my near and dear or hand-delivery (which was cheaper). Things were kind of simple. Things were simpler if I could find someone to share expenses. Oh yes, those days people used to share or go-dutch (I am sure that is not the correct expression in the scenario of buying greeting cards, but for want of a better word), at least in my circle, then I used to buy some fancier cards. There was a category of people for whom the gifting used to be a card accompanied by some memorabilia or chocolates etc. It was similar at the time of my birthdays too and I have almost all the cards I received saved up and I access them occasionally and remember those days. In fact I have even saved up the cards which my kids received in the first few years of their life. But things have changed with the turn of the millennium, decade etc.

These days people are into wishing through the social media. We see the closest relative post a message on some public forum and all friends, relatives – close ones and not so close ones- follow the leader. The person who is being wished is overwhelmed with the deluge of messages. The youngsters, who began the practice of using social media, have again changed there methodology- they call the birthday boy/girl at the stroke of midnight. That is really sweet of these people. And in this last year when it has been impossible to wish anyone on a one-to-one basis, people have discovered a way out. These days there are ‘Zoom Parties’ and that is a different feel altogether. My sisters, brothers and kids – nieces and nephews- introduced me to this form of party last year on our wedding anniversary.

Personally I still like to call the person concerned and wish. I did that two days back when my Kaaki (aunt) turned 80 and yesterday when my dear mom-in-law went a year closer to 90.

And for today I have decided to wish my dear friend of Atuldom with this post. He is a person who is my inspiration in the sense that he learnt so many skills after retirement meaning there is no age-limit to learn anything new. He has no prejudices as regards the age of music he listens to- meaning he is of the opinion there are good and bad songs/ music in all ages and times. He may not go out of his way seeking songs of new movies but appreciates good work when he sees it. He is generous in sharing his knowledge. He is among the few persons who I am comfortable in chatting with and can pick up the phone and start talking as if there is no gap in communication. The mornings of the WhatsApp group associated with the blog begin with his “GOOD MORNING” messages and we treasure the beautiful thoughts that come with it. (I am sorry if I don’t respond to each one of them but I do wait for them)

We in Atuldom like to think of him as our IN-HOUSE ENCYCLOPEDIA and I prefer addressing him as Guruji or Arunji. Yes today is our dear Arunkumar Deshmukhji’s birthday. All his posts are so well-researched that I am sure it is a big time consuming activity for him considering that he also has his responsibilities of being a doting father and proud grandfather. May God give you all the energy needed to keep the posts coming in at a steady pace and we see your 1000th post soon.

For today I have not chosen any “Happy Birthday” but the song with this post has a very young, baby-face Aruna Irani trying to get a middle-aged Madan Puri drunk. I don’t remember much of the movie so I will not be able to tell why Aruna Irani is doing so. The song is from a movie called “Ek Paheli” (1971) which was produced by Kuldip Talwar, directed by Naresh Kumar who had made a few movies with Rajendra Kumar as hero. If this was a post by our today’s birthday boy he would have given a brief about Naresh Kumar too I can only make the statement that possibly he was Rajendra Kumar’s family.

“Ek Paheli” had Feroz Khan and Tanuja leading a cast of Sanjeev Kumar, Madan Puri, Aruna Irani, Rajendranath, Tun Tun, Jeevan etc. Usha Khanna was the music director and song were written by Asad Bhopali. Suman Kalyanpur, Mohd Rafi and Usha Khanna were the playback singers.

Asad Bhopali has given songs which have been popular and can be heard on the radio and music systems regularly. Songs like ‘woh jab yaad aaye’; ‘kismat bigadi duniya badali’; ‘sau baar janam lenge’; the fun song in the late ’70s ‘ram dulaari maike gayi’. Today’s generation or those in their 30s currently will remember Asaduallah Khan (Asad Bhopali) for the songs of ‘Maine Pyar Kiya’ (1989) which was among the last movies that he wrote songs for. He passed away in 1990 at Bhopal. Thanking Asad Bhopali for today’s song and numerous others that he wrote for movies since his debut in 1949.


Song-Ye raat ye jawaani ye botal sharaab ki (Ek Paheli)(1971) Singer-Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics-Asad Bhopali, MD-Usha Khanna

Lyrics

ye raat ye jawaani
ye botal sharaab ki
ye raat ye jawaani
ye botal sharaab ki
ho jaaye iss taraf bhi
inaayat janaab ki
kahiye gilaas bhar doon
kahiye gilaas bhar doon

masti bhari nigaahon se chhalki hui sharaab
masti bhari nigaahon se chhalki hui sharaab
pi leeje behisaab
pila deeje behisaab
kahiye gilaas bhar doon
kahiye gilaas bhar doon

behke bhi dagmagaaye bhi hum donon saath saath
behke bhi dagmagaaye bhi hum donon saath saath
itni piye ko hosh na aaye tamaam raat
kahiye gilaas bhar doon
kahiye gilaas bhar doon

ye daur yoonhi aur abhi chalne deejiye
ye daur yoonhi aur abhi chalne deejiye
jaldi na keeje raat zara dhhalne deejiye
kahiye gilaas bhar doon
kahiye gilaas bhar doon
ye raat ye jawaani
ye botal sharaab ki
ho jaaye iss taraf bhi
inaayat janaab ki
kahiye gilaas bhar doon
kahiye gilaas bhar doon


This article is written by Satyajit Rajurkar, 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 :

4646 Post No. : 16308

Rahul Dev Burman – Forgotten Songs – 5
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The fifth song of this series is a beauty from “Ehsaan”, a 1970 movie directed by Shiv Kumar for producer S J Rajdeo. The movie was written by R K Bannerjee, the songs were penned by Majrooh Sultanpuri and composed by R D Burman.

The movie starred Joy Mukharjee, Anjana, Bobby, Rajender Nath, Aruna Irani, Azad, Helen, Johnny Whisky, K. N. Singh, Madan Puri, Rajan Kapoor, Renu, Shabana, Sheri, Sulochana Chattarjee, Sunder, Tun Tun, etc.

The story of this movie, as per the song uploader is that Shalini lives a wealthy lifestyle with her widowed dad, Mohan, and a younger brother, Bobby. Her dad has been entrusted by the Government of India to safeguard a list of the location of India’s secret agents worldwide.

Many gangsters are recruited to try and secure this list for large sums of money, but none succeed. Then one day while Shalini is returning home, she is accosted by hoodlums and abducted.

A young man, Raja, comes to her rescue, and escorts her home. She introduces him to her father, and soon both fall in love with each other. Raja becomes a frequent visitor to the Lal residence and is welcomed by everyone including young Bobby. Mohan approves of Raja, and after consulting his friend, Dinanath, arranges for Shalini to get married to Raja.

What Shalini, Mohan and Bobby do not know is that Raja is a burglar, a safe-cracker, who has been recruited by an underworld Don to gain the confidence of the Lal family, and steal the list of secret agents’ from Mohan’s house – by hook or by crook. Does he succeed?

Three songs out of a total of six have already been posted on this blog.

“Pyasaa Mera Dil Kitni Shaam Se” by Lata Mangeshkar, music by R D Burman, lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri from “Ehsaan” (1970). The song is a seduction song and is picturised on Joy Mukharjee and Helen (Lip Syncs).

Video link:

Audio Link:

Song-Pyaasa mera dil kitni shaam se (Ehsaan)(1970) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

Pyaasaa aa Mera Dil
Kitni ee Shaam Se
Aaja Re
Hum Dono Piyen
Ek Hi Jaam Se
Pyaasaa Mera Dil
Kitni Shaam Se
Aaja Re
Hum Dono Piyen
Ek Hi Jaam Se
Pyaasaa Mera Dil

Kab Se Sulag Rahi Hoon Main
Dekho Kahin Jaana Na Sanam
Zara Mere Dil Ko Bhigo De
Teri Nazaron Ki Shabnam
Yoon He Ruke Rehna
Abhi Mujhko Thhaam Ke
Pyaasaa Mera Dil
Kitni Shaam Se
Ho Aaja Re Hum Donon Piyen
Ek Hi Jaam Se
Pyaasaa Mera Dil

Aaja Jab Tak Ho Ujaala
Leke Tujhe Jhoomoon Sajnaa
Choome Tere Honto Ko Ye Pyaala
Pyaalon Ko Main Choomoon Sajnaa
Mukhada Ho Gulaabi
Aaj Tere Naam Se
Pyasaa Mera Dil
Kitni Shaam Se
Aaja Re Hum Donon Piyen
Ek Hi Jaam Se
Pyaasaa Mera Dil

Armaan Hai Tere Sang Behkoon
Gir Ke Uthhoo Main Tere Saath
Armaan Hai Tere Sang Behkoon
Gir Ke Uthhoon Main Tere Saath
Tere Gale Mein Ho Meri Baahein
Mere Dil Pe Ho Tera Hath
Tujhse Chaahat Mein
Mujhe Kitne Kaam Thhe
Pyaasaa Mera Dil
Kitni Shaam Se
ho Aaja Re Hum Dono Piyen
Ek Hi Jaam Se
Pyasaa Mera Dil
Kitni Shaam Se
Aaja Re Hum Donon Piyen
Ek Hi Jaam Se
Pyaasaa Hm Hm Hmm


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 :

4551 Post No. : 16138

Sahir Ludhianvi & His Music Directors-4 – (three-movie & four-movie collaboration only)
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Welcome all to this post where we are discussing the collaboration’ between Sahir and his music directors.

Today we will be looking into a ‘three-movies collaboration’ where we have only one Music director Madan Mohan teaming up with lyricist Sahir Ludhianvi for the following three movies;

S.no Name of the Movie Year Music Director Songs of lyricist in the blog Song penned by lyricist in movie as per HFGK Song penned by lyricist in movie as per the book -The People’s Poet
1 Railway Platform 1955 Madan Mohan 10 10 8
2 Ghazal 1964 Madan Mohan 8 7 8
3 Laila Majnu 1976 Madan Mohan 6 6 7
TOTAL 24 23 23

We can see in the above table that all the three movies have covered all their songs on the blog and achieved ‘Yippeeee’ status.

Hence, we move to ‘four movies collaboration’ of Sahir Ludhianvi with music directors. In this category we have two music directors viz. Jaidev and R.D. Burman and the list of movies where they worked with Sahir Ludhianvi is as given below.

Here also all the songs composed by music director Jaidev for Sahir have been posted on the blog. That leaves us with Sahir-R.D. Burman combination where we have few songs yet to be cover on the blog;

S.no Name of the Movie Year Music Director Songs of lyricist in the blog Song penned by lyricist in movie as per HFGK Song penned by lyricist in movie as per the book -The People’s Poet
1 Joru Ka Bhaai 1955 Jaidev 2 2 2
2 Hum Dono 1961 Jaidev 6 6 6
3 Mujhe Jeene Do 1963 Jaidev 6 5 5
4 Aa Galey Lag Jaa 1973 R.D. Burman 6 6 5
5 Joshila 1973 R.D. Burman 6 8 8
6 Deewaar 1975 R.D. Burman 5 5 5
7 Laila Majnu 1976 Jaidev 4 4 3
8 The Burning Train 1980 R.D. Burman 3 6 6
TOTAL 38 42 40

We move to the older movie first which is ‘Joshila-1973’.

‘Joshilaa-1973’ or ‘Joshila’ was directed by Yash Chopra for ‘Trimurti Films Pvt Ltd’. It was produced by Gulshan Rai.
It had Dev Anand, Hema Malini, Pran, Bindu, Madan Puri, Manmohan Krishna, Padma Khanna, Sulochana, Iftekhar, Sudhir, Hercules, Master Satyajit, I.S. Johar, Vikas Anand, Jagdish Raj, S.N. Bannerjee, Chandu Allahabadi, Praveen Kumar, Uma Khosla, Ramlal, Shamlal, Uma Dutt and Nazeer. Rakhi and Mahendra Sandhu had a special appearance in this movie.
And Roopesh Kumar, A.K. Hangal, Sheetal, Ashu and Laxmichhaya in guest appearance.

Story of this movie was written by Gulshan Nanda and screenplay was written by C.J. Pavri and Akhtar Mirza. Dialogues of this movie were written by Akhtar-Ul-Iman. Editing of this movie was done by Pran Mehra.

This movie was passed by censor board on 26.09.1973.

This movie had total eight songs, all written by Sahir Ludhianvi and composed to music by R.D. Burman.

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

Song Posted On
Kiska rasta dekhen ai dil ai saudaayi 15.03.2009
Sona rupaa laayo re 04.08.2009
Kuchh bhi kar lo ik din tumko 28.09.2013
Dil mein jo baaten hain aaj chalo ham keh den 25.03.2015
Kaanp rahi main 07.02.2018
Jo baat ishaaron mein kahi 15.03.2019

Today’s song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and I guess it is picturized on Bindu and Dev Anand. Video of this song is not available or I could not locate it, only audio of this song is available.

Lyrics are by Sahir Ludhianvi and music is composed by R.D. Burman.

They have come up some of the very nice songs in this movie and all them became quite popular and one song – ‘kiska rastaa dekhen aye dil aye suadaayi’ being the most listened and unforgettable song from this movie.

Let us now enjoy the today’s song which also is nice hummable song with mesmerizing music by R D Burman.


Song-Sharma na yoon ghabra na yoon (Josheela)(1973) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Sahir Ludhianvi, MD-R D Burman
Dev Anand

Lyrics

sharmaa naa yoon
ghabraa naa yoon
pardaa kiye
ye raat hai ae
haan
sharmaa naa yoon
ghabraa naa yoon
pardaa kiye ae
ye raat hai
taraana dhadkan ka
na seene mein dabaa
naa koyi jaangegaa
ye aapas ki baat hai
hai naa
haan aa
sharmaa naa yoon
ghabraa naa yoon
pardaa kiye ae ye raat hai ae
taraana dhadkan ka
haa haa
na seene mein dabaa
naa dabaa
naa koyi jaangegaa
ye aapas ki baat hai
bolo naa aa
sharmaa naa yoon
ghabraa naa yoon
arey pardaa kiye ae
ye raat hai ae

hmm chup kyun ho
nahin to
khoye khoye se kyun ho
nahin to
phir kuchh bolo naa
hunh hunh …kya boloon

khoya khoya kyun hai
har khushi hai teri
phool se jism ki ee
taazgi hai teri
khoya khoya kyun hai
har khushi hai teri
phool se jism ki ee
taazgi hai teri
ye tohfaa gulshan ka
na paa ke yoon ganwaa aa
ke ab jo bhi hai wo
sab tere haath hai
hai naa
haan
sharmaa naa yoon
arey re re ghabraa naa yoon
pardaa kiye ae
ye raat hai ae

tum nahin piyoge ae
main nahin peetaa
sirf ek ghoont
sirf ek
hmm …hmm meri khaatir
aha ha aap ki khaatir

pyaasa pyaasa kyun hai
aish ka jaam le
main tujhe thhaam loon
tu mujhe thaam le
pyaasa pyaasa kyun hai
aish ka jaam le
main tujhe thhaam loon
tu mujhe thhaam le
bahaana bholepan ka
banaa ke naa sataa
naa sataa
ke badi mushqil se phir aati
ye raat hai
bolo naa aa
sharmaa naa yoon
ghabraa naa yoon
pardaa kiye ae
ye raat hai ae
taraana dhadkan ka
haa haa
na seene mein dabaa
naa dabaa aa
naa koyi jaangegaa
ye aapas ki baat hai
bolo naa aa
sharmaa naa yoon
arey re re
ghabraa naa yoon
pardaa kiye ae ye raat hai


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Blog Day :

4481 Post No. : 15990

“Ek Naari ek Brahmchaari”(1971) was directed by K P Atma for Jyoti Navshakti combines, Madras. This “Social” movie had Jeetendra, Mumtaz, Sohrab Modi, Durga Khote, Jagdeep, aruna Irani, Mukri, Mohan Choti, Brahmchaari, B B Bhalla, Polson, Birbal, Harinath Thakur, Vishnu Malhotra, Renu, etc with guest appearances by Keshto Mukherjee and Krishn Dhawan and special appearances by Sahatrughan Sinha and Malka.

The movie had five songs in it. One song has been covered in the past.

Here is the second song from “Ek Naari ek Brahmchaari”(1971) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Sharda. Anjaan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shankar Jaikishan.

The song is picturised as a seduction song on Mumtaz and Jeetendra.

With this song, Anjaan completes 200 songs in the blog as a lyricist.


Song-Aap ke peechhe pad gayi main (Ek Naari Ek Brahmchaari)(1971) Singer-Sharda, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics

aapke peechhe pad gayi main
dil leke main to jaaungi
aapke peechhe pad gayi main
dil leke main to jaaungi
pyaar ka naata jodoongi
peechha nahin chhodoongi
peechha nahin chhodoongi
aapke peechhe pad gayi main
dil leke main to jaaungi

sun lo ae ji chale ho kidhar
dekho zara dekho to idhar
aise hai akadna bura
haaye
hans ke milaao to nazar
suno ae ji chale ho kidhar
dekho zara dekho to idhar
aise hai akadna bura
haaye
hans ke milaao to nazar
aapke peechhe pad gayi main
dil leke main to jaaungi
pyaar ka naata jodoongi
peechha nahin chhodoongi
peechha nahin chhodoongi
aapke peechhe pad gayi main
dil leke main to jaaungi

maano ya na maano meri jaan
hoga dil mujhpe fida
aate aate aayegi sanam
haaye
tumhen dil lagaane ki ada
maano ya na maano meri jaan
hoga dil mujhpe fida
aate aate aayegi sanam
haaye
tumhen dil lagaane ki ada
aapke peechhe pad gayi main
dil leke main to jaaungi
pyaar ka naata jodoongi
peechha nahin chhodoongi
peechha nahin chhodoongi
haaye haaye haaye
aapke peechhe pad gayi main
dil leke main to jaaungi


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:

4449 Post No. : 15908

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Blog ten year challenge (2010-2020)- Song Number 85
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Atul ji has rightly mentioned in his post regarding BTYC posts coming up regularly, having taken precedence over other projects in the process. I think, on the other hand it is also helping bring movies bring closer to ‘Yippeeee’ and also helping movies getting noticed after an interval of couple or few years where the movies earlier were having some songs posted and took a back-seat thereafter without any reason.

In some cases where many movies made their debut ten years ago and were forgotten thereafter after getting only one song posted, the ‘Blog Ten Year Challenge’ has been like a ‘boon’ for them. In turn it also gives a chance to readers to visit the songs of movie like these and recall their songs which were played then and also recall some fond memories if any.

Consider the case of one of the two movies due for ‘BTYC’ today – ‘Mahaan-1983’ which made its debut on the blog ten years back and so far, has only one song posted on the blog.

Let us have a look on the six songs posted on the blog ten years back on this day on
22.09.2010;

Song Movie title-Year Remarks
Raaton ki neend chheen lee aankhon ke intezaar ne Shokhiyaan-1951 All Songs covered
Teri kaafir nigaah kar gayi dil ko tabaah Miss Coca Cola-1955 All Songs covered
Yaad karoon tori batiyaan Mr Lambu-1956 All Songs covered
Tum aur ham bhool ke gham Fashion-1957 06 songs posted
Mujhe gale se lagaa lo bahut udaas hoon main Aaj Aur Kal-1963 All Songs covered
Jidhar dekhoon teri tasweer nazar aati hai Mahaan-1983 01 song posted

‘Mahaan-1983’ had some good songs like the one ‘Jidhar dekhoon teri tasweer nazar aati hai’ already posted on the blog and ‘pyaar mein dil pe maar de goli’ being the most popular song from the movie. ‘Ye din to aata hai ek din jawaani mein’ sung by Pancham and Asha Bhonsle was the other song frequently played and like then.

Music for ‘Mahaan-1983’ was composed by R.D. Burman.

I had not watched this movie then and have not watched it so far, so can’t say much about the movie.

When I noticed that this movie was due for BTYC today I went through its songs and I have selected one other song (which required more time from me to complete the ‘baat’:) ), but then noticed this lesser heard (I don’t remember to have heard this song earlier) song sung by Kishore Kumar and have selected this song for today’s presentation.

The song is lip-synced on screen by Amitabh Bachchan and also seen in picturization of the song is Zeenat Aman and also seen is a Puppet (of Ramdas Padhye the famous ventriloquist, I guess I am correct) with them.

‘Mahaan-1983’ had total seven songs in it all written by Anjaan and composed by R.D. Burman.

So far, only one song from ‘Mahaan-1983’ have been posted on the blog;

Song Posted On
Jidhar dekhoon teri tasweer nazar aati hai 22.09.2010

I am not giving details about the movie and other songs too, and holding them for a detailed post with other song of the movie to be presented in the future on the blog.

(Unlike the song which finishes ‘aadhi baat’ I am not completing my ‘baat’ here)

Let us now enjoy today’s song from this movie. 🙂

(Lyrics noted are as per audio link which has three stanzas whereas the video link doesn’t have the second stanza as given in the audio link.)

Video

Audio (Longer)

Song-Aadhi baat ho chuki tu aadhi baat kar le (Mahaan)(1983) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

ae
aadhi baat ho chuki
tu aadhi baat kar ley ae
arey
aadhi baat ho chuki
tu aadhi baat kar ley ae
aaj ki is raat ko
suhaag raat kar ley
bhar le mere pyaar se ae
bhar le mere pyaar se
tu sooni maang bhar le ae ae
aadhi baat ho chuki
tu aadhi baat kar ley ae
aaj ki is raat ko
suhaag raat kar ley ae

(waah guru waah, phansaa diyaa na
arey chup, chal bhaag yahaan se)

aisi haseenaa haath na aayi
to marr jaaungaa aa
marr bhi gayaa to khudaa ko kaise
munh dikhlaaungaa aa aa
aisi haseenaa haath na aayi
to marr jaaungaa aa
marr bhi gayaa to khudaa ko kaise
munh dikhlaaungaa
chaahe aankh dikhaa
chalegaa
chaahe shor machaa
daudegaa
chaahe aankh dikhaa
chaahe shor machaa
main baaz na aaungaa aa
arey aajaa meri baanhon mein
aajaa meri baanhon mein
tu pyaar se sanwar le ae ae
aadhi baat ho chuki
tu aadhi baat kar ley ae
aaj ki is raat ko
suhaag raat kar ley ae

kamre mein hai do pyaase dil
aur dawajjaa band
sej saji hai
saji hai dulhan
hai taqdeer buland
kamre mein hai do pyaase dil
aur dawajjaa band
sej saji hai
saji hai dulhan
hai taqdeer buland
ek pal mein usey
haasil kar loon
ek pal mein usey
haasil kar loon
dil kar le jise pasand
pyaar ki rangeen raahon se ae
pyaar ki rangeen raahon se
ek baar to guzar le ae
aadhi baat ho chuki
tu aadhi baat kar ley ae
aaj ki is raat ko
suhaag raat kar ley ae

(undeciphered dialogues)

pyaar se tujhko nafrat hai
aa tujhko sikhaa doon pyaar
pyaar se jab tak sanwar na jaaye
husn hai ye bekaar
pyaar se tujhko nafrat hai
aa tujhko sikhaa doon pyaar
pyaar se jab tak sanwar na jaaye
husn hai ye bekaar
is pyaar mein jo o o
dil doob gayaa aa
is pyaar mein jo
dil doob gayaa a
wo doob ke ho gayaa paar
prem gangaa doob ke
har har gange ae
prem ganga doob ke
ye paar to utar le ae ae
aadhi baat ho chuki
tu aadhi baat kar ley
aaj ki is raat ko
jai om mangalam
sarv mangalam
shubh vivaah sampanam
putra praapti sampanam
suhaag raat kar ley …


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 :

4446 Post No. : 15897

Songs Repeated in Hindi Films – 23
– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

OK, so introducing another popular song that got very quickly reused in a subsequent film. This raunchy item number surprised everyone when it came out for the first time. The film is ‘Inkaar’ from 1977. It was cops and robbers story – B-grade cinema but it was done very professionally, giving some true insight into the normal working of the police force.

This song, which is performed by Helen in the film, became very popular in its time. And the wonder part of this song was / is the voice that has rendered it. The voice is of Usha Mangeshkar. One does not hear her voice in item numbers. Maybe part of a twin dance duet singing. But not an out and out item song. Somehow the selection of his voice for the setting clicked absolutely well. The setting of the song in the original film is a roadside tavern – a desi daaru ka adda. A counter for selling liquor and some chairs and tables for the clients to enjoy their glass that cheers. The dancer, Helen, is very much in the native Maharashtrian attire, wearing the dhoti in the typical lavangi style. The scenario, the persona – the singing voice suited everything to a T.

Fast forward to 1984. The film is ‘Andar Baahar’. This is another cops and robbers tale. Jackie Shroff is a police inspector who has lost his senior partner (role played by Parikshit Sahni) to the bullets of criminals. He vows revenge, and for that he takes permission to pull out a jailed criminal (role played by Anil Kapoor), and enrolls him as his partner, because he can identify the gangster boss. Anil Kapoor, who is a hardened criminal otherwise, has a difficult time adjusting to a role on the other side of the law. So within the very first one or two days, taking advantage of his newly given freedom, he disappears from Jackie Shroff’s home. Jackie is worried, on many counts, and sets out to search for him. Following his instincts he goes to the city red light area and his hunch is proved correct. Anil Kapoor is in a binge of drink and dance with a dancing girl of the area, role played by Jaishree T. And the song that is used in this scene is the iconic Usha Mangeshkar number, repeated from the film ‘Inkaar’.

The reuse is a direct replay without re-recording. The song duration is shorter because only one stanza of the song is utilized. Once again, being a repeat song, this does not appear in the Geet Kosh listings for the latter film. I have retained the credits for the song, from the original film – Majrooh Sultanpuri and Rajesh Roshan. Incidentally the music director for the latter film is RD Burman.

So another popular song reused in a later film. I accidentally ran into this song, as I was searching for another video clip to complete another post. The song “Hum Ko To Yaari Se Matlab Hai” from film ‘Andar Baahar’ has a sad version that was not getting located. I played thru the film in fast forward mode. It was a short clip but I was able to locate it. In the process, the bonus was the discovery of this repeat song that would have otherwise not been located, as it is not listed. A good chance discovery.

Song –  Tu..u..u Mungdaa, Mungdaa Main Gud Ki Dhali  (Andar Baahar) (1984) Singer – Usha Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD – Rajesh Roshan

Lyrics

tu..u..u
mungdaa mungdaa
main gud ki dali
mangtaa hai to aa jaa rasiyaa
naahin to main ye chali
mangtaa hai to aa jaa rasiyaa
naahin to main ye chali
tu..u..u
mungdaa ha mungdaa
main gud ki dali
mangtaa hai to aa jaa rasiyaa
naahin to main ye chali
mangtaa hai to aa jaa rasiyaa
naahin to main ye chali

aapas ki chaal dekhe so lut jaaye
aapas ki chaal dekhe so lut jaaye
tu jis pe naina daal haathon se pyaala satak jaaye
tu jis pe naina daal haathon se pyaala satak jaaye
aashiq apna
mungdaa mungdaa mungdaa
main gud ki dali
kaisa mulga hai re sharmila
tujhse to mulgi bhali
kaisa mulga hai re sharmila
tujhse to mulgi bhali

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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तू॰॰ऊ॰॰ऊ
मूंगड़ा मूंगड़ा
मैं गुड़ की डली
मंगता है तो आ जा रसिया
नाहीं तो मैं ये चली
मंगता है तो आ जा रसिया
नाहीं तो मैं ये चली
तू॰॰ऊ॰॰ऊ
मूंगड़ा मूंगड़ा
मैं गुड़ की डली
मंगता है तो आ जा रसिया
नाहीं तो मैं ये चली
मंगता है तो आ जा रसिया
नाहीं तो मैं ये चली

आपस की चाल
देखे तो लुट जाये
आपस की चाल
देखे तो लुट जाये
तू जिस पे नैना डाल
हाथों से प्याला सटक जाये
तू जिस पे नैना डाल
हाथों से प्याला सटक जाये
आशिक अपना मूंगड़ा
मूंगड़ा मूंगड़ा
मैं गुड़ की डली
कैसा मुल्गा है रे शर्मिला
तुझसे तो मुल्गी भली
कैसा मुल्गा है रे शर्मिला
तुझसे तो मुल्गी भली


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Blog Day :

4432 Post No. : 15867

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No. 71
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This date ten years ago (viz 5 september 2010) saw business as usual in the blog. Six songs from six movies were discussed chronologically in the order in which these movies were released.
Here are the details:-

Song Movie title-Year Remarks
Mat bolo bahaar ki batiyaan re Prem Nagar-1940 11 songs covered out of 13
Udan khatole pe ud jaaun Anmol Ghadi-1946 All songs covered
Aadmi gareeb ho ya ameer ho … sambhaalo dil zaraa Dil Bhi Tera Ham Bhi Tere-1960 All songs covered
Begaani shaadi mein Abdullah deewaanaa Jis Desh Mein Ganga Behti Hai-1960 All songs covered
Ho more gore badan pe gulaabi nazariyaa na daal Sikandar E Azam-1965 03 songs posted
Sansaar ki har shai ka itna hi fasaanaa hai Dhundh-1973 All songs covered

One can see that “Prem Nagar”(1940) and “Sikandar e Azam”(1965) are the only two movies from that day which still have a few songs left to be covered. “Prem Nagar”(1940) balance songs are not available, so that leaves us with “Sikandar e Azam”(1965) as the only movie eligible for the “Blg Ten Year Challenge” today ten years later on 5 september 2020.

Three songs from “Sikandar e Azam”(1965) have been covered so far. Here are the details:-

Song Posted On
Jahaan daal daal par sone ki chidiyaan karti hai basera 15.08.2008
Ho more gore badan pe gulaabi nazariyaa na daal 05.09.2010
O mere yaar o dildaar mere saath saath tera pyaar 17.11.2011

Here is the fourth song from “Sikandar e Azam”(1965) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Hansraj Bahl. The picturisation shows Mumtaz trying to seduce Dara Singh.

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

Video

Song-Pilaayi toone o saaqiyaa (Sikandar e Azam)(1965) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Hansraj Bahl

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

pilaayi toone o saaqiyaa
to main sharaab pee gayi
meri khataa aa maaf kar
main behisaab pee gayi ee
pilaayi toone o saaqiyaa
to main sharaab pee gayi
meri khataa maaf kar
main behisaab pee gayi ee
pilaayi tune o saaqiyaa
to main sharaab pee gayi

kisi nazar ye kah diyaa hai
ke aaj tu aaftaab ho ja
chaman chaman ki bahaar ban jaa
kali kali ka shabaab ho ja
kali kali ka shabaab ho ja<
main ek zarraa thi khaaq ka
lo aaftaab pee gayi
meri khataa maaf kar
main behisaab pee gayi ee
pilaayi toone o saaqiyaa
to main sharaab pee gayi

kahaan chalaa ke naseeb ne bhi
kahaan pe mujhko bithhaa diya hai
wo honth jin par udaasiyaan thin
unhe bhi hansnaa sikhaa diyaa hai
unhe bhi hansnaa sikhaa diyaa hai
pyaar ka jaam jab milaa
to main janaab pee gayi ee
meri khataa aa maaf kar
main behisaab pee gayi ee
pilaayi toone o saaqiyaa
to main sharaab pee gayi

kisi ne dekhaa hai aaj mukhko
kuchh is tarah pyaar ki nazar se
khizaan ke mausam mein jaise aa kar
kahin se abr e bahaar barse
kahin se abr e bahaar barse
achchhi nazar …?
yaa kharaab ?? gayi
meri khataa maaf kar
main behisaab pee gayi ee
pilaayi toone o saaqiyaa
to main sharaab pee gayi
meri khataa aa maaf kar
main behisaab pee gayi ee
pilaayi toone o saaqiyaa
to main sharaab pee gayi
pee gayi ee
pee gayi
main sharaab pee gayi ee


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Blog Day : 4233 Post No. : 15442

“Khilaadi”(1968) was directed by Homi Wadia for Basant Pictures Bombay. This “social” movie had Nadia, Dilip Raj, Uma Bhende, Sujata, Sheikh, Suzie, Amarnath, Wazir Mohammad Khan, Vishwas Kunte, Uma Dutt, Dalpat, Habib etc in it.

The movie had five songs in it. Two songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Khilaadi”(1968) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Farooque Kaiser is the lyricist. Music is composed by Lala Sattar.

The song is picturised as a seduction song on an actress who I think is Uma Bhende. I request our knowledgeable readers to help confirm/ refute my identification. The actress as well as the gentleman playing the centre of her attention appear ill suited for the roles they were entrusted to play in the song.

PS-Prakashchandra, our inhouse expert advises that the actress is Sujata seducing Dilip Raj.


Song-Sun zara jaane jahaan (Khilaadi)(1968) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Farooque Kaiser, MD-Lala Sattar

Lyrics

sun zara
jaane jahaan
sun zara

sun zara
jaane jahaan
sun zara
jaane jahaan
pyaara hai ye mausam tu dekh meri jaan
pyaara hai
haaye
sun zara jaane jahaan
sun zara
jaane jahaan
pyaara hai ye mausam
tu dekh meri jaan
pyaara hai
haaye
sun zara
jaane jahaan
sun zara
jaane jahaan

mausam ye pyaara pyaara hai
kitna haseen nazaara hai
kitna haseen nazaara hai
jaane bahaar aa jaao
samjho ye kya ishaara hai
dekho ye kya ishaara hai
ho o ho ho ho
kitna sataaya kitna jalaaya
ban ke paraaya tadpaaya
sun zara jaane jahaan
sun zara
jaane jahaan
pyaara hai ye mausam
tu dekh meri jaan
pyaara hai
haaye
sun zara jaane jahaan
sun zara
jaane jahaan

dil mera seedha saada hai
sarkaar kya iraada hai
bolo ji
kya iraada hai
maana teri mohabbat ka mujhko nasha ye jyaada hai
mujhko nasha ye jyaada hai
ho o ho ho ho
ab kya chhupaana dil ka fasaana
kar ke bahaana aa jaana
sun zara jaane jahaan
haaye
sun zara
ho jaane jahaan
pyaara hai ye mausam
tu dekh meri jaan
pyaara hai
haaye
sun zara jaane jahaan
hoy sun zara
ho jaane jahaan


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