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

In the 1940s, Lala Jagat Narayan of Jagat Talkies Distribution was one of the biggest controller of the chains of theatres and film distributions network in Northern India having his office at Chandni Chowk in Delhi. He was regarded as an undisputed king of film distribution and exhibition. By virtue of his experience in film distribution and exhibition business, he was in a better position to assess the likes and dislikes of the film audience.

In 1948, Jagat Narayan decided to diversify into the film production business and set up a separate entity named Jagat Pictures. As a businessman, he was attempting for a vertical integration of film productions with his existing business of distribution and exhibition. As a student of economics, I would call his attempt as a backward linkage in that he would have some flexibility in supply chain for film distribution and exhibition.

Jagat Narayan had not done anything new. My understanding is that earlier, Imperial Film Company of Ardeshir Irani had done the same vertical integration albeit in a different way. In 1929, Ardeshir Irani set up Sagar Films (later known as Sagar Movietone) as a subsidiary of Imperial Film Company. In 1930, he roped in Chimanlal Desai and Ambalal Patel, as partners of Sagar Films. They were already the owners of Select Film Circuit in Bangalore which was the sole distributors for South India of the films from Imperial film Company. After sometime, Ardeshir Irani left Sagar Films and Desai and Patel became the sole proprietors of Sagar Films. With this, Desai and Patel had film productions and distributions under their command.

The vertical integration business model was later replicated by some prominent film distributors such as NN Sippy of Prithvi Pictures in 1960, Tarachand Barjatya of Rajshri Film Production in 1962, Gulshan Rai of Trimurti Films in 1970 etc. There are, however, pros and cons for the vertical integration of film business in terms of the risk-reward perception.

Coming back to the Jagat Pictures, ‘VEENA’ (1948) directed by JP Advani was its maiden offering. The star cast included Rehman, Sulochana Chatterji, Veera, Yakub, Hemavati, Leela Mishra, Girdhari etc. It was a social film with familiar story line of a love triangle. The gist of the story of the film based on a review published in December 1948 issue of ‘Sound’ magazine is as under:

Madan (Rehman), a poet, having lost his mother and father in the childhood has been brought up by his grand-mother (Leela Mishra). She gets worried about Madan who spends most of his time in idleness. After having lost in her efforts to make him work, the grand-mother decides to follow the traditional remedy, that is, to get him married. She chooses a girl, Veena (Veera) who is a doctor. Madan is not ready for the marriage. So he runs away from the home.

After days of traveling, Madan reaches a village where he falls in love with Ratna (Sulochana Chatterji), the village girl. He becomes the guest of Ratna’s brother Manglu (Yakub), a vagabond. In the village, Manglu loves Myna (Hemavati) but he is not aware that she also loves him. This leads to a situational comedy. At last, he takes the help of Madan to guide him to woo Myna. He succeeds.

In the meanwhile, Madan and Ratna’s love for each other results into the engagement. However, soon he gets the news that his grand-mother is on the death bed and he must visit her. At first, Madan was not ready but Ratna convinces him to visit so that he also gets blessings from his grand-mother for their impending marriage. So Madan visits her grand-mother. Just before her death, grand-mother places Veena’s hand with his hand and dies before Madan could reveal to her that he was already engaged to Ratna. Much against his wish, Madan gets married to Veena.

After the marriage, Madan tells Veena that she could get anything from him but not his love. But Veena was interested only of his love and nothing else. Madan deserts her and goes back to Ratna. But Veena takes it as a challenge to win over her husband. Veena gets an opportunity to prove her point. When Ratna gets seriously ill, it is Veena who is called upon to perform surgery on Ratna which result in saving her life. Madan has a change of heart and with Ratna’s advice, he goes back to his wife, Veena.

The film was reported to be a box office success. And why not? Being produced by a person who has been in the film distribution and exhibition business for long, his maiden film had all the ingredients of a box office formula – drama, romance, comedy, 12 songs, a couple of dances etc.

The film had 12 songs written by three songwriters, viz. Pt. Narendra Sharma (5), Swami Ramanand Saraswati (4) and Prem Dehlvi (3). All songs were set to music by Anil Biswas. 10 songs are available on YT of which 7 songs have been covered in the blog.

I am presenting one of the two rare songs which were not available on YT. The song is ‘Mera Mann Banphool Phoola Na Samaaye Re’ sung by Shamshad Begum. The words are written by Pt. Narendra Sharma.

An unusual feature of this song is that the musical interludes take place even during the singing of mukhda and antara parts in addition to the usual interludes. These musical interludes are as pleasant to the ears as the song. The long flute interlude during the first antara of the song may be the work of Pt. Pannalal Ghosh.

The musical orchestration gives me an impression of a dance song in a rural setting which means that it may have been picturised on Sulochana Chatterji.


Song – Mera Mann Banphool Phoola Na Samaaye Re (Veena) (1948) Singer – Shamshad Begum, Lyrics – Pt Narendra Sharma, MD – Anil Biswas

Lyrics

mera mann banphool
phoola na samaaye re
mera mann banphool
phoola na samaaye re
mera mann banphool

kabhi hanse kabhi gaaye
kabhi hanse kabhi gaaye
kabhi sharmaaye re
mera mann banphool
phoola na samaaye
mera mann banphool

naache ban bel sang
naache ban bel sang
aaj mere ang ang
naache ban bel sang
naache ban bel sang
aaj mere ang ang
kaun jo ragon mein meri
ras ban jaaye re
kaun jo ragon mein meri
ras ban jaaye re
mera mann banphool
phoola na samaaye re
mera mann banphool

saadh huyi meri poori
saadh huyi meri poori
door do dilon ki doori
saadh huyi meri poori
door do dilon ki doori
koi sapnon ke phool-doley mein jhulaaye re
koi sapnon ke phool-doley mein jhulaaye re
mera mann banphool
phoola na samaaye re
mera mann banphool 
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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
———————————–

मेरा मन बनफूल
फूला ना समाये रे
मेरा मन बनफूल
फूला ना समाये रे
मेरा मन बनफूल

कभी हँसे कभी गाये
कभी हँसे कभी गाये
कभी शरमाये रे
मेरा मन बनफूल
फूला ना समाये रे
मेरा मन बनफूल

नाचे बन बेल संग
नाचे बन बेल संग
आज मेरे अंग अंग
नाचे बन बेल संग
नाचे बन बेल संग
आज मेरे अंग अंग
कौन जो रगों में मेरी
रस बन जाये रे
कौन जो रगों में मेरी
रस बन जाये रे
मेरा मन बनफूल
फूला ना समाये रे
मेरा मन बनफूल

साध हुई मेरी पूरी
साध हुई मेरी पूरी
दूर दो दिलों की दूरी
साध हुई मेरी पूरी
दूर दो दिलों की दूरी
कोई सपनों के फूल-डोले में झुलाए रे
कोई सपनों के फूल-डोले में झुलाए रे
मेरा मन बनफूल
फूला ना समाये रे
मेरा मन बनफूल

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“Pagli”(1943) was directed by Shankar Mehta for Maheshwari Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Padam, Asha (Posle ?), Kapoor, Aruna, Raza, Anjana, Ramesh, Nafees, Bhaag Singh, Hamida, Charlie, Mohini, Billoo, Deveshwar, Anand, Raj Monga, Kavita etc in it.

The movie had four music directors in it, viz. Jhande Khan, Pt Govind Ram, Amir Ali and Rashid Atre. The movie had ten songs in it and music director wise breakup is known only for four songs. There were two lyricists in the movie, viz. Qamar Jalalabadi and Melaram Wafa. The distribution of their workload is not known for nine songs.

Two songs, including the one whose full details were known, have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Pagli”(1943) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Shamshad Begam. That is the only detail known for this song. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on this song vis avis its lyricist and music director.

The song had some words that are unfamiliar to me. So I have not been able to get the lyrics of this song right to my satisfaction. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections in the lyrics as applicable.


Song-Husn ki ye meharbaaniyaan phir kahaan (Pagli)(1943) Singer-Shamshad Begam

Lyrics

husn ki ye meharbaani phir kahaan
husn ki ye meharbaani phir kahaan
ishq ki ye kaamraani(?) phir kahaan
ishq ki ye kaamraani(?) phir kahaan

loot lena taanjawaani(?) ke maze
loot lena taanjawaani(?) ke maze
loot lena taanjawaani(?) phir kahaan
loot lena taanjawaani(?) phir kahaan

ye bhare joban ki rangeen mastiyaan aan
ye bhare joban ki rangeen mastiyaan
ye tabeeyat ki ravaani phir kahaan
ye tabeeyat ki ravaani phir kahaan

dil se dil ko ye mohabbat de payaam aam
dil se dil ko ye mohabbat de payaam
wo bhi aankhon ki zabaani phir kahaan
wo bhi aankhon ki zabaani phir kahaan

shaadmaan ho dil ke joban kyun ??
shaadmaan ho dil ke joban kyun ??
raat din ki shaadmaani phir kahaan
raat din ki shaadmaani phir kahaan
husn ki ye meharbaani phir kahaan
ishq ki ye kaamraani(?) phir kahaan
husn ki ye meharbaani phir kahaan


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“Grihasthhi”(1948) was directed by S M Yusuf for Aaina Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Faizi, Kuldip, Sulochana Chatterji, Masood, Sharda, Yakub, Shyama, Mirza Musharaf, Pran, Lalita Pawar etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. Five of these songs have been covered in the blog.

Here is the sixth song from “Grihasthhi”(1948) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Shamshad Begam. Wahid Qureshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ghulam Mohammad.

The video of this song is available. From the picturisation, we see Sharda (sister of Vinod Mehra) singing this expression of love song, while Pran (who has caused this expression of love) looking on. Going by this picturisation, the very slim and young looking Pran appears to be the hero of this song and Sharda appears to be the leading lady of this movie. But HFGK does not even mention the name of Sharda in the star cast, which seems an oversight.

This delightful song is quite a rare song and a wonderful revelation. This is one song that is superbly picturised. This song must be regarded as a forgotten gem.

Though “Grihasthhi”(1948) has been forgotten with time, this movie was one of the biggest hits of its time, so much so that it was remade as “Ghar Basa Ke Dekho”(1963) which was a frame by frame copy of “Grihasthhi”(1948).


Song-Aaj ek jugnu chamka mere jeewan ke andhiyaare mein (Grihasthhi)(1948) Singer-Shamshad Begam, Lyrics-Wahid Qureshi, MD-Ghulam Mohammad

Lyrics

aaj ek jugnu
aaj ek jugnu
chamka
mere ho jeewan ke andhiyaare mein
ho jeewan ke andhiyaare mein
aaj ek jugnu
aaj ek jugnu chamka
mere ho jeewan ke andhiyaare mein
ho jeewan ke andhiyaare mein
aaj ek jugnu

chamka jugnu u u u
aur ek pal mein
chamka jugnu u u u
aur ek pal mein
baandh liya aa aa
man ke aanchal mein
baandh liya aa aa
man ke aanchal mein

dekh usey hansoon
aur sharmaaun
dekh usey hansoon
aur sharmaaun
kya jaanoon u u
is baare mein
kya jaanoon u u
is baare mein
aaj ek jugnu
aaj ek jugnu
chamka mere ho jeewan ke andhiyaare mein
ho jeewan ke andhiyaare mein
aaj ek jugnu

kaun jaane kis desh se aaya
dekhte hi mere man ko bhaaya
kaun jaane kis desh se aaya
dekhte hi mere man ko bhaaya
haar gayi main
tan man apna
haar gayi main
tan man apna
uske ae ae
ek ishaare mein
uske ae ae
ek ishaare mein
aaj ek jugnu
aaj ek jugnu
chamka mere ho jeewan ke andhiyaare mein
ho jeewan ke andhiyaare mein
aaj ek jugnu

darti hoon main man todd na den wo
haath pakad kar chhod na den wo
kah doongi main
dukh sahne ki shakti
kah doongi main
dukh sahne ki shakti
nahin hai ae ae
man bechaare mein
nahin hai ae ae
man bechaare mein
aaj ek jugnu
aaj ek jugnu
chamka
mere ho jeewan ke andhiyaare mein
ho jeewan ke andhiyaare mein
ho jeewan ke andhiyaare mein
aaj ek jugnu


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“Dhadkan” (1947) was directed by Zahoor Raja for Raja Movietone, Bombay. This by now forgotten movie had Zahoor Raja, Jyoti, Mishra, Murad, Chandrika etc in it.

The movie had nine songs in it. Some details are available in HFGK only for two of these songs.

Here is a song from “Dhadkan” (1947) whose details are not available in HFGK. On listening to this song, one can make out that it is sung by Shamshad Begam, with a couple of words uttered by a male voice (who could be G M Durrani).

Lyricist of this song is not known. Zahoor Rana, who had his fingers in several pies in the movie, could well be the lyricist, seeing that his name figures as lyricist in the two songs whose details are available.

G M Durrani is the music director.

Only the audio of this song is available.

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

With this song, “Dhadkan” (1947) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Baanka raseela mora baalam mohe ankhiyaan maare (Dhadkan)(1947) Singer-Shamshad Begam, MD-G M Durrani

Lyrics

Baanka raseela mora baalam
baanka raseela mora baalam
mohe ankhiyaan maare
haay mohe ankhiyaan maare
baanka raseela mora baalam
mohe ankhiyaan maare
haay mohe ankhiyaan maare

main sharmaaun
doobi jaaun
main sharmaaun
doobi jaaun
kaise piyaa ko
dil ka haal sunaaun
kaise piyaa ko
dil ka haal sunaaun
nainan mein naina daare
baalmaa aa
nainan mein naina daare
saajnaa mohe karen ishaare
baanka raseela mora baalam
mohe ankhiyaan maare
haay mohe ankhiyaan maare
baanka raseela mora baalam
mohe ankhiyaan maare
haay mohe ankhiyaan maare

main ghabraaun
paas na jaaun
main ghabraaun
paas na jaaun
main ghabraaun
paas na jaaun
pee sang kaise main aankh milaaun
pee sang kaise main aankh milaaun
kaise piyaa ko
o o
kaise piyaa ko main batlaaun
logan dekhen saare
haaye jaani
baanka raseela mora baalam
baanka raseela mora baalam
mohe ankhiyaan maare
haay mohe ankhiyaan maare
baanka raseela mora baalam
mohe ankhiyaan maare
haay mohe ankhiyaan maare


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“Bedardi” (1951) was directed by Kidar Sharma for Ranjit Movietone presentation. The movie had Geeta Bali, Nimmi, Cuckoo, Jaswant, Amirbai Karnataki, Nazira, Manju, Rashid Khan etc in it.

Seven songs from this movie have been discussed in the blog in the past. Here is the eighth song from “Bedardi”(1951) to appear in the blog.
This song is sung by Shamshad Begam and chorus. Kidar Sharma is the lyricist. Music is composed by Roshan.

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

I have not been able to get a few words right in the lyrics of the song. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the gaps/ suggest corrections in the lyrics as applicable.

after this song, only one song from the movie is left to be discussed. This song- “Nanadiya jaane na de”- sung by Nimmi is apparently not available online. The record number of this song is not given in HFGK, so it appears taht the song was there only in the movie. Unless this final elusive song can be located, “Bedardi” (1951) will remain unYIPPEED in the blog.


Song-Ho baalam kitna zaalim haay (Bedardi)(1951) Singer-Shamshad Begam, Lyrics-Kidar Sharma, MD-Roshan
Chorus

Lyrics

ho baalam kitna zaalim
haay
ki isko taras na aaye
haay
o paapi bada sataaye
haay haay haay haay haay
ho baalam kitna zaalim
haay
ki isko taras na aaye
haay
o paapi bada sataaye
haay haay haay haay haay

jo koi preet(?) jataaye
haay
jo koi geet sunaye
haay
ye sunkar chidh jaaye
haay
kabhi kaabu na aaye
haay balam kitana zalim
haay
ki isko taras na aaye
haay
o paapi bada sataaye
haay haay haay haay haay

bahaane laakh banaaye
haay
koi kaise samjhaaye
haay
koi dil leke jaaye
haay
ye usko yoon thukraaye
haay baalam kitna zaalim
haay
ki isko taras na aaye
haay
o paapi bada sataaye
haay haay haay haay haay

ye itna rob jamaaye
haay
hansi isko na aaye
haay
khushi isko na bhaaye
haay
hamesha aankh dikhaaye
haay baalam kitna zaalim

ho baalam kitna zaalim
haay
ki isko taras na aaye
haay
o paapi bada sataaye
haay haay haay haay haay
ho baalam kitna zaalim
haay
ki isko taras na aaye
haay
o paapi bada sataaye
haay haay haay haay haay

jo koi preet(/) jataaye
haay
jo koi geet sunaye
haay
ye sunkar chidh jaaye haay
kabhi kaabu na aaye
haay baalam kitana zaalim
haay
ki isko taras na aaye
haay
o paapi bada sataaye
haay haay haay haay haay

bahaane laakh banaaye
haay
koi kaise samjhaaye
haay
koi dil leke jaaye
haay
ye usko yoon thukraaye
haay baalam kitna zaalim
haay
ki isko taras na aaye
haay
o paapi bada sataaye
haay haay haay haay haay

ye itna rob jamaaye
haay
hansi isko na aaye
haay
khushi isko na bhaaye
haay
hamesha aankh dikhaye
haay balam kitana jaalim
haay
ki isko taras na aaye
haay
o paapi bada sataaye
haay haay haay haay haay


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“Darbaar” (1955) was a Golden Movie production. It was directed by Nanubhai Vakil. The movie had Mahipal, Chitra, Sunder, Tiwari, Kammo, Kamal, Niranjan Sharma etc in it, which suggests that it was a B grade movie.

Seven songs from this movie have been discussed in the past.

Today (20 may 2017) is the 33rd remembrance day of Hansraj Bahl ( 19 november 1916- 20 may 1984). On this occasion, here is the the eighth song from the movie to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Shamshad Begam. Asad Bhopali is the lyricist. Music is composed by Hansraj Bahl.

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


Song-Meri jaan jaati hai mujhko sambhaalo (Darbaar)(1955) Singer-Shamshad Begam, Lyrics-Asad Bhopali, MD-Hansraj Bahl

Lyrics

aa aa aa
aa aa
aa aa aa aa

meri jaan jaati hai
mujhko sambhaalo
meri jaan jaati hai
mujhko sambhaalo
o o o
wo baanka jo jaata hai
usko bula lo
usko bula lo
meri jaan jaati hai
mujhko sambhaalo
meri jaan jaati hai
mujhko sambhaalo

bahaaren chaman se juda kar rahe ho
bade naa-samajh ho
ye kya kar rahe ho
bade naa-samajh ho
ye kya kar rahe ho
zara socho samajho
zara dekho bhaalo
o o o
wo baanka jo jaata hai
usko bula lo
usko bula lo
meri jaan jaati hai
mujhko sambhaalo

main naghma hoon lekin mera saaz wo hai
agar saaz main hoon
to aawaaz wo hai
agar saaj main hoon
to aawaaz wo hai
chale jaao roothhe huye ko manaa lo
o o o
wo baanka jo jaata hai
usko bula lo
usko bula lo
meri jaan jaati hai
mujhko sambhaalo

khushi do ghadi ki hai gham jeete jee ka
tumhe kya mila dil dukhaa kar kisi ka
tumhe kya mila dil dukhaa kar kisi ka
mohabbat karo zindagi ka maza lo
o o o
wo baanka jo jaata hai
usko bula lo
usko bula lo
meri jaan jaati hai
mujhko sambhaalo
meri jaan jaati hai
mujhko sambhaalo


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.

Time to Yippeee another film. Today’s film is ‘Humjoli’ – not the one from 1970, but the one from way back in 1946. This film has 10 songs listed in the Geet Kosh. Nine songs have already been showcased here on our blog. The last song for this film was posted in November last year. In that post, Atul ji has commented that the 10th song appears to be elusive, and is yet to be uploaded online. Today, as I checked for this song, I am unable to track it anywhere as yet. I could be wrong, as I have been earlier, maybe just limited by the way I searched for it. So I decided to upload this from my collection.

As per the Geet Kosh, the songs for this film have been written by Anjum Pilibhiti. Once again, not too much information is available about this songwriter, other than he was born in 1917 in the town Pilibhit; that he had a talent for poetry right from childhood, and that he got his first break in the industry with producer director Mehboob Khan, in the film ‘Najma’ from 1943. The songs of this film became very popular and contributed to the commercial success of this film. With that, Anjum became a regular songwriter for films produced by Mehboob Khan. In his entire career, he wrote approximately a little over hundred songs in about two dozen films. His last recorded credit as a songwriter is for the film ‘Akaash Pari’ from 1958. His notable films are ‘Humayun’ (1945), ‘Zeenat’ (1945), ‘1857’ (1946), ‘Anmol Ghadi’ (1946), ‘Anokhi Ada’ (1948), ‘Vidya’ (1948) etc.

The music for this film was created by Hafiz Khan (not to be confused with Khan Mastaana i.e. Hafeez Khan Mastaana, as many online and print sources do).

The star cast for this film includes Noorjehaan, Jairaj, Ghulam Mohammed, Jillo Bai, Mukri, Zeenat, Agha Jaan, Shabnam, Hussaini, Majid, amongst others. The film is produced under the banner of K Abdullah Productions, Bombay and is jointly directed by Ismail Meman and Lukman Ahmed.

The earlier posted nine songs of this film are listed below.

1.       Ye Desh Hamaara Pyaara Hindustan Jahaan Se Nyaara
2.       Koyaliya Boley Jiya Mora Doley
3.       Mori Bipat Suno Girdhaari
4.       Dukh Dard Se Jag Mein Koi Azaad Nahin Hai
5.       Raaz Khulta Nazar Nahin Aata
6.       Phoolon Mein Nazar Ye Kaun Aaya
7.       Kab Tak Teri Duniya Mein Ye Andher Rahega
8.       Jag Ki Sewa Kar Le Bande
9.       Wafaayen Meri Aazmaaoge Kab Tak

 

Although not indicated anywhere in the Geet Kosh, the last song in the above list “Wafaaye Meri Aazmaaoge Kab Tak” is reportedly written by Shams Azimabadi, as per the person who has uploaded that song online.

In terms of the storyline, I have not been able to locate any information so far. I request other knowledgeable and more resourceful friends and readers to please add more information about this film and its songs.

About this song too, there seems to be a little difference about the name of the singer. As we listen to the audio clip, the voice sounds quite much that of Shamshad Begum. This is also the opinion expressed by some other friends. However, the Geet Kosh lists the singer’s name for this song as Noorjehaan. It is possible that the error may be due to what may be printed in the booklets and other print material used as the source for information. Given that Noorjehaan was the leading lady of this film, and given the content of this song, it is my personal opinion that this song would not possibly have been performed on screen by the leading lady. And since Noorjehaan sang playback mostly for her own self, this song’s playback credit to Noorjehaan is most likely an error. However, the other side of the argument also cannot be dismissed as is – which says that the possibility for the on screen voice and the voice on 78 rpm record could be different, as is the case in some known instances. So once again, I request our more knowledgeable readers to kindly add more information to clarify / confirm the correct situation as far as this song is concerned.

With this post, we close the account for this song on our blog – with 10 perfect hits to the boundary. Time to sing the ‘Yippeee’ ditty once again. 🙂

Song – Mori Chanchal Jawaani Muskaaye Re (Humjoli) (1946) Singer – Shamshad BegumLyrics – Anjum Pilibhiti, MD – Hafiz Khan

Lyrics

mori chanchal jawaani muskaaye re
o mori chanchal jawaani muskaaye re
ithlaaye re
ho oo sabka jiya lalchaaye
mori chanchal
o mori chanchal jawaani muskaaye re
ithlaaye re
ho oo sabka jiya lalchaaye

seene mein morey halchal na daaro
dekho ji akhiyaan na maar
seene mein morey halchal na daaro
dekho ji akhiyaan na maaro
aisa na ho kahin ae morey raja
aisa na ho kahin ae morey raja
tumri nazar lag jaaye re
haaye re
tumri nazar lag jaaye re
lag jaaye re
oo oo
sabka jiya lalchaaye
mori chanchal
o mori chanchal jawaani muskaaye re
ithlaaye re
ho oo sabka jiya lalchaaye

chhed karo na main binti karat hoon
chhed karo na main binti karat hoon
torey painyyaan parat hoon
torey painyyaan parat hoon
bhaaye na mohey ye jora jori
bhaaye na mohey ye jora jori
patli kamar bal khaaye re
haaye re
kaahe mohey kalpaaye re
haaye re
kaahe mohey kalpaaye re
oo oo
sabka jiya lalchaaye

o mori chanchal
o mori chanchal jawaani muskaaye re
ithlaaye re
ho oo sabka jiya lalchaaye

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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मोरी चंचल जवानी मुसकाए रे
ओ मोरी चंचल जवानी मुसकाए रे
इठलाये रे
हो ओ सबका जिया ललचाये
मोरी चंचल
ओ मोरी चंचल जवानी मुसकाए रे
इठलाये रे
हो ओ सबका जिया ललचाये

सीने में मोरे हलचल ना डारो
देखो जी अखियाँ ना मारो
सीने में मोरे हलचल ना डारो
देखो जी अखियाँ ना मारो
ऐसा ना हो कहीं ए मोरे राजा
ऐसा ना हो कहीं ए मोरे राजा
तुमरी नजर लग जाये रे
हाए रे
तुमरी नजर लग जाये रे
लग जाये रे
ओ ओ सबका जिया ललचाये
मोरी चंचल
ओ मोरी चंचल जवानी मुसकाए रे
इठलाये रे
हो ओ सबका जिया ललचाये

छेड़ करो ना मैं बिनती करत हूँ
छेड़ करो ना मैं बिनती करत हूँ
तोरे पंईय्यां परत हूँ
तोरे पंईय्यां परत हूँ
भाए ना मोहे ये जोरा जोरी
भाए ना मोहे ये जोरा जोरी
पतली क़मर बल खाये रे
हाए रे
काहे मोहे कलपाए रे
हाए रे
काहे मोहे कलपाए रे
कलपाए रे
ओ ओ सबका जिया ललचाये

ओ मोरी चंचल
ओ मोरी चंचल जवानी मुसकाए रे
इठलाये रे
हो ओ सबका जिया ललचाये


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

The song which I heard today for the first time, made me to prepare a short write up on it. The song is ‘uthhaa hai ik toofaan seene mein hai talaatum’ sung by Shamshad Begum in the film CHILMAN/JANNAT (1949). The poignant song was written by M K Chibbar and was set to music by Hanuman Prasad. By the way, I came across for the first time, the Urdu word ‘talaatum’ in the song. According to http://www.rekhta.org, the word means ‘dashing of waves, sea storm, or upheaval’.
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This article is written by our dear Atul ji. You must be wondering, why this change in presentation style today. Well, this post is a very, very, very special occasion, or rather a momentous occasion, for our blog and for Atul ji. It is appropriate that this introduction and announcement be made on his behalf. 

THIS  IS  ATUL  JI’s  10,000th  POST  ON  THIS  BLOG.

This is a milestone, in comparison to which all our earlier milestones and celebrations pale in significance. A single-handed dedicated effort relentlessly in progress for the past almost nine years. I am sure it will take some time for all of us, for the significance and eminence of this event to sink in.
More special posts by the members of our bandwagon are in planning, starting tomorrow. So please keep connected and be a witness to this remarkable celebration.

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.

As regulars are aware, I am based at Izatnagar, Bareilly at present which happens to be located between Delhi and Lucknow. In fact, this place is equidistant from both these cities. This fact had been commented upon by several regulars. Our Lucknow based regular namely Mr Avadh Lal even commented that I needed to visit Lucknow and meet the Lucknow based music lovers.
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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 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.

So this is the Yippeee song for today. I had promised Atul ji that I would do both the debut and the Yippeee songs today. The debut was easy, but getting to the Yippeee turned out to be a ‘tedhi kheer’ today.  Atul ji has shared with me a reference list which contains information about the near-Yippeee films. But then cross referencing and searching for the last missing songs becomes quite a job.  Anyway, finally I have a song that was blocking the Yippeee for the 1948 film ‘Ziddi’, just because it was not available online, and not available easily otherwise. Thankfully I am able to locate it in my collection and have uploaded the song online today.
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