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This article is written by Raja, 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 :

4270 Post No. : 15500 Movie Count :

4271

Ok, so Atul approached me a few days ago requesting me for a post for a special occasion.

My posts have become very infrequent here – in fact, before my latest post on Sahir’s birth anniversary (8th March), my previous post was on his death anniversary last year (25th October). So a gap of more than 4 months.

But then, like often happens in Test cricket, you wait and wait for a wicket to fall – and when one falls, another quickly follows.

Same has happened here. Following quickly on the heels of the 8th March post, here is another one.

And on such an occasion that I just could not refuse. Let’s just call it the perfect yorker. 🙂

Friends, I am SO honoured here to present Rafisaab’s 3000th song on this blog.

Please allow me now to take a deep breath to let this sink in.

I don’t remember now when we got to Rafisaab’s 1000th and 2000th songs, but as we scale new heights, it feels like we’re entering rarified space.

3000 songs of one artiste on our blog is quite an astonishing achievement. Of course, we’ve already got there with Lata Mangeshkar (she’s going strong with 3500+ right now) but Rafisaab is only the second artiste to hit this milestone here.

Even as I write this post, I feel extremely humbled – and undeserving of this honour. This post is supposed to be a tribute not just to Rafisaab, but to this blog itself.

And there have been so many more here, starting with Atul himself, who deserve to write this. My contributions have dramatically reduced – while there are at least a dozen others (actually many more), who contribute much more, and far more regularly.

But since I am a big Rafisaab fan, I think Atul approached me for this. (In fact there are even bigger Rafisaab fans here – but let’s not start comparing. :-))

Having said all that, let’s talk a bit about Rafisaab here – and our love for him.
I say “our”, because I know I speak for everyone here when I say, we all love Rafisaab here. Only the degree might differ.

Speaking for me personally (and maybe for others too), it has never been about just Rafisaab’s voice.

Sure, for his voice alone, he would easily have had a special place in my heart. That divinity in his voice, his ability to transport me into a different realm altogether, the intonations, the “thehraav” – all of these put him on a level that’s stratospheric for me.

I have spent hours listening to Rafisaab, often intending to listen to just one song. 🙂 I’d listen to one, then get tempted to listen to another, then another, and so on. And before I’d realize it, the minutes would turn into hours. I’ve even spent all night listening to him (ok, that was a few years ago, when I coul stay awake all night). 🙂

It has been said many times before, and by many, but I will say it again – at least in HFM, I haven’t seen any singer with the versatility of Rafisaab. He could deliver every single song in exactly the mood and range required for it. Which is why he could do rock and pop singing just as comfortably as he could do bhajans and ghazals.

Rafisaab could totally get you into any mood the song demanded. He could just mesmerize you into it.

One moment he’s singing the breezy “pukaarta chala hoon main” or the sensuous “aaja re aa zaraa”, the next he’s singing the bhajan “sukh ke sab saathi”. 🙂

One moment, you’re imagining yourself as Shammi Kapoor with “aaja aaja main hoon pyaar tera”, the next you’re Bharat Bhushan lamenting “o duniya ke rakhwaale”. 🙂

They said of Rafisaab that he was an extremely shy and quiet person outside the recording room. You could barely hear his voice.

But once, in the room, recording?

He was a totally different person.

He would be so totally immersed in the song, giving it the very best he could, that you couldn’t believe it was the same person who, outside the room, hardly ever spoke.

In this sense, Rafisaab was a thorough professional. He always sought to give his very best, regardless of who the composer was.

In stature, he was often far higher than most of the composers he sang for. So it is only normal that composers might have hesitated to ask him for a retake, and could have just gone with whatever had been recorded, even if they were not fully satisfied.

But such was Rafisaab’s humility, such was his professionalism, such was his lack of ego, that he would ask the composer if it was ok – and if the composer had any suggestions for improvement, Rafisaab would redo it to the composer’s satisfaction.

That is truly the sign of greatness of an artiste.
And, considering how many successful artistes end up with ego too to match, Rafisaab stands out as an exception.

There are so many other things about Rafisaab that speak of the greatness of him as a human being.

There are other examples of Rafisaab’s nature that are also endearing.

For example, the fact that he sang for composers for a nominal fee, even just a token one rupee, because he knew they could not afford to pay him fees compatible with his stature.

Even in the royalty issue, which resulted in his fallout with Lata, his stand was typical. I don’t want to play judge here, and talk about whether his/Lata’s action was right or wrong, but it was typical of Rafisaab to feel that he had been adequately compensated for the work he had done, and shouldn’t ask for more.

Rafisaab’s generosity went beyond the industry. He provided financial support to people who did not even know who their benefactor was.

All of this, without the slightest arrogance. When someone would praise one of his songs, Rafisaab would just smile and point upwards , as if to say “sab ooparwaale ki kripa hai”.

There’s SO much one could learn from Rafisaab and his values. Ever-polite, ever-professional, ever-helpful, ever-smiling, ever-humble. And ever the family man too, because he always enjoyed spending time with his family.

I’ve written many times about him here – and much of what I’m saying here is repetitive (and possibly boring), but it always gives me great joy to write about Rafisaab, whatever the occasion.

I invariably then write about his character and not just his songs, because his character amazes me just as much as his amazing voice.

So the fact that we have now got 3000 songs of Rafisaab on this blog is a hugely satisfying achievement. My hearty congratulations to Atul, and to everyone else who has been part of this process.

Oh, and in all the discussion about Rafisaab and his 3000th song, I almost forgot.

There’s another milestone to celebrate today – today’s song also happens to be the 15500th song on the blog.

Yes, 15,500.

There was a time, in the early years of the blog, when every century was a major milestone. Then, as the centuries began getting clocked with regularity, the celebration around them decreased. We had entered the chiliad league, so our major milestones became 1000, 2000, 3000 and so on….now past 15000.
The 100s became minor milestones.
While this is understandable to some extent after 155 centuries, I still think every century deserves to be celebrated.

Let us NEVER forget that EVERY song involves a fair amount of effort, and though contributors (*cough*, *cough*) do their bit, every song still requires time & effort from Atul/Sudhirji. And they’ve put this effort 100 times, since 15400. So, I definitely think they deserve appreciation and a round of applause for this.

Now onto the song for today.

You can always trust Atul to unearth songs that have long faded from people’s memory. Or maybe they never got attention when they were released.

The same applies to films too. After all, the Hindi film industry is prolific, with hundreds of films being released every year, and thousands of songs.

As a result, many songs and films never get attention.

This blog has always tried to unearth such songs and films, and to give them their share in the limelight, even if it is several years after their release. After all, every song involves a lot of effort from many artistes. And for a film? The effort is several times more – involving so many more people, in various capacities, each one playing his/her role hoping to see the film succeed at the box-office.

I don’t know the success rate of films, but I’d say there are far more films that don’t click at the box-office, than those which do. Let’s not get into reasons here – I’m no pundit – but I do always like to acknowledge the effort that has gone into making a film anyway.

Why so much of a build-up in this post?

Because the song for today has as much to do with the film as with the song itself.

Prima facie, the song looks like a routine song. It’s a qawwali, with its usual nok-jhok, and, as isn’t uncommon in movies, with disguises. 🙂

Now I’m a sucker for qawwalis, so even though this probably isn’t in the same league as many more illustrious ones, I’m happy to just listen to it, and enjoy it.
Besides, this was 1982 – and by then, qawwalis were slowly on the decline. The times had changed, and naturally films had to reflect the changed times.
So I wouldn’t judge this qawwali, keeping other classics in mind. 🙂

When Atul sent me an e-mail requesting me for a write-up, he explained why he picked this song. It has to do with not just the song, but the film as well.

This is what he said:

The song that I have chosen for the occasion is a special song. It is a rare song. It is composed by an obscure music director called B T Singh. It is the only song of B T Singh with Rafi in his career. HFGK mentions that music was arranged and composed by Uttam Singh. He could be assistant to B T Singh.

The movie is an obscure movie called “Chambal Ke Daaku”(1982). This movie was Produced by R S Sandhu , written and directed by S Azhar for S L Cheema films, Bombay.
The USP of the movie was “Real dacoits pesented first time on screen.”
The movie had real dacoits viz Mohar Singh, Madho Singh, Fateh Singh, Lakhan Singh, Kalyan Singh and hundred of ex dacoits, and actors like Nazneen, Javed Khan, Madhumalini, Sulochana, Malti Joshi, Yasmeen, Birbal, Dushyant, Deep, Ashok, S S Khan, Nirmal Singh, Shamsher Singh, Jeewan Singh, Joginder Singh, Amreek Singh, Joginder Singh Laddhar, Mahendra Singh, Chandrakala, Ramesh Deo, Sohel Khan, Joga Singh, Sayyad Khan, Praveen Lakhad, Gajendra Gadge, Rajkumar, Baw Brar, Shabbir Khan, Guest apppearances by Padma Khanna, Hina Kausar, Mahendra, Raza Murad etc.”

Wow!
So now we have a film here where real-life dacoits just decided to act in a film. Maybe there are other examples too (what about “Jis Desh Mein Ganga Behti Hai”)?

In any case, it is a rather fascinating scenario. And of course, when I learnt about this, my mind began working overtime, imagining all sorts of things.

– Were they active dacoits, wanted by the police? If so, how did they get to act? Or had they served their sentence, and reformed? In which case, they shouldn’t be judged on their past, of course.
– How much were they paid?
– Was it maybe just a smart move for the producer to co-opt real-life dacoits so that not only does he have a USP, but he also has access to their expertise, and could film in locations he wouldn’t otherwise dare to?
– How did co-stars, and the rest of the crew feel? Imagine having chai with a real-life dacoit. You’d probably not want to upset him, or even crack a joke about him, for fear of him taking offence at it
– In the shooting scenes, was anyone worried that the dacoits might just get excited and take it all too literally?

Such thoughts, and more, came to my mind, because this was reel life and real life potentially getting mixed up. The key word here is “potentially”. 🙂

Chambal itself was a common film theme in those days – especially in the 70s and early 80s. Films mirror real-life events, and dacoity used to be in the news off and on in those days. There were plenty of dacoit films made in that time, the most famous being Sholay, of course. 🙂

I remember VP Singh, CM of UP (1980-82) came down hard on dacoity in his time, and even got a lot of praise for it. But soon after, there was a major dacoity, as if to spite him – and he offered to resign as CM.

I myself used to travel a lot by train from Orissa to Delhi in the early 80s, and go through Gwalior-Morena (I think Dholpur in Rajasthan also), which I think is the Chambal area. The landscape would be “interesting”, and would trigger my imagination. 🙂

Anyway, enough of digression.

Back to the song, it is sung by Rafisaab (of course), together with Asha Bhosle and Manna Dey. Rafisaab passed away in 1980, so it’s possible this is one of his last few songs – unless the film took a while to get released.

I must admit I couldn’t recognise many faces – but Ramesh Deo is, of course, unmistakeable.

Hope you enjoy the song, and imagine yourself singing it with real-life dacoits in Chambal Valley. 🙂

And once again, congratulations to the blog for clocking Rafisaab’s 3000th, and the blog’s 15500th.

Audio

Video


Song-Uljhan ho chaahe koi aa jaaye mushqil (Chambal Ke Daaku)(1982) Singers-Rafi, Asha Bhonsle, Manna Dey, Lyrics-Gauhar Kanpuri, MD-B T Singh
Male chorus
Female chorus

Lyrics

banaayenge bhanwar mein raasta
aur lahron pe saahil
bhanwar kehte hain uljhan ko o
lahar ka naam hai ae ae mushqil

uljhan ho chaahe koi aa jaaye mushqil
uljhan ho chaahe koi aa jaaye mushqil
mil ke rahegi yahin apni manzil
mil ke rahegi yahin apni manzil
kehta hai aaj yehi mera dil
uljhan ho chaahe koi aa jaaye mushqil
uljhan ho chaahe koi aa jaaye mushqil

kahaan se aaye ho
bolo ji kya iraada hai

Ji kya iraada hai
hamaari baat hai
ya doosron se waada hai

ye dil ka raaz hai
dil mein hi rehne do dilbar
haan rehne do dilbar
banega baat ka afsaana honthon pe aa kar
dilon ke raaz ko
o o o o o o
dilon ke raaz ko
nazron se ham to
kehte hain
kehte hain
kehte hain
ham si haseenon ko samjho na gaafil
gaafil
ham si haseenon ko samjho na gaafil
uljhan ho chaahe koi aa jaaye mushqil
uljhan ho chaahe koi aa jaaye mushqil

haaye
haseen adaaon ka rangeen nazaara dekhenge
nazaara dekhenge
ham apni aankh se kismat ka taara dekhenge
haaye ae ae ae
ae ae ae
aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
nazar nawaaz
nazaaron mein jee nahin lagta
haaye ae ae
haseen chaand sitaaron mein aen
jee nahin lagta
sa ni ma dha pa ni
dhi ma pa ni sa
sa ni sa dha ni
pa dha
ma pa
ma ga ma
ga re ga sa re
sa re ga ma pa
nigaah e naaz ka hamko ishaara mil jaaye

ishaara mil jaaye
hamen bhi jeene ka
koi sahaara mil jaaye

isharaa paaoge ae ae ae
isharaa paaoge
jhaanko hamaari aankhon mein
aankhon mein
aankhon mein
chaand se chehre pe
taaron ki jhilmil
jhilmil

chaand se chehre pe taaron ki jhilmil
uljhan ho chaahe koi aa jaaye mushqil
uljhan ho chaahe koi aa jaaye mushqil

samajh gaya hoon main
dil aur nazar ke afsaane

nazar ke afsaane
anaar ek hai
aur uske do hain deewaane

deewaana kaun hai
duniya ko ye bataana hai
yahi bataana hai
nazar ke teer se taqdeer aazmaana hai
jo hoshiyaar hai
ae ae ae ae ae
jo hoshiyaar hai
duniya usi ke kaabil hai
kaabil hai
kaabil hai
mehfil se baahar bhi hai ek mehfil
mehfil

mehfil se baahar bhi hai ek mehfil
uljhan ho chaahe koi aa jaaye mushqil
uljhan ho chaahe koi aa jaaye mushqil
kahin uljhan hai
kahin mushqil hai

kahin mehfil kahin manzil
ye lo mera fasaana
ye kissa hai puraana
oho
hamaara dil na todo
oho
ye dil ki bat chhodo
oho
mere nazdeek aao
oho
qayaamat na uthhaao
oho
tumhaara dil hai patthar
aha
magar tum ho sitamgar
oho
mujhe tarpaaya tumne
oho
mujhe uljhaaya tumne
oho
tujhe hamne pooja
oho
mere dil mein hai dooja

oho
kahaan hai wo kidhar hai
oho
idhar hai ye udhar hai


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 : 4257 Post No. : 15477

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No. 10
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Welcome all to the today’s post where I am presenting a song from the movie ‘Saudaagar-1991’. This is one of the two movies falling under ‘Blog Ten-Year challenge’ today. Another movie is ‘Sunahri Naagin-1963’.

Only two songs (better strike rate than the current ‘one song per day’😊) were posted on the blog on this day ten years back i.e. on 14.03.2010;

Song Movie title-Year Remarks
Ilu Ilu Saudaagar-1991 02 of 06 songs posted
Tu hi tu hai main dekhaa karoon Sunahri Naagin-1963 05 of 08 songs posted

‘Saudaagar-1991’ is one of the many movies that I watched during my stay at Kota. I remember I watched this movie twice during its initial release. Later I have always enjoyed it in ‘parts’ whenever it was on TV channels. The main reason for watching the movie was that it was directed by Subhash Ghai (he was the producer as well) and secondly its ‘music’.
I am big fan of Subhash Ghai , not only for his direction but for the music of his movies as well.

Music has always been a ‘highlight’ of the movies directed by him and also the picturization of the song sequences in his movies which are choreographed in ‘style’.

I still remember watching ‘Ram Lakhan-1989’, ‘Saudaagar-1991’ and ‘Khalnayak-1993’ to packed houses in Kota and the audience breaking into cheers and dancing to the tunes of ‘My name is Lakhan’, ‘Ilu Ilu’, ‘Imli ka boota beri ka ped’, and other songs in ‘Ram Lakhan-1989’ and ‘Saudaagar-1991’.

Also, I cannot forget the ‘mesmerising silence’ watching the ‘artistically choreographed’ ‘Choli ke peechhe kya hai’ and the ‘picturesque beauty’ in the song ‘Paalki mein ho ke sawaar chali re’… from ‘Khalnaayak-1993’.

His collaboration with the music-duo Laxmikant-Pyarelal started with the ‘1979’ movie ‘Gautam Govinda’ and lasted till ‘Khalnayak-1993’.
Let us have a look on the list of movies where Laxmikant-Pyarelal scored the music for the movies directed by Subhash Ghai;

SNo Movie Title Year
01 Gautam Govinda 1979
02 Karz 1980
03 Krodhi 1981
04 Hero 1983
06 Meri Jung 1985
07 Karma 1986
08 Ram Lakhan 1989
09 Saudaagar 1991
10 Khalnaayak 1993

Today’s song from ‘1991’ movie ‘Saudaagar’ is picturized on the then debutant pair Manisha Koirala and Vivek Mushran. Also present in the picturization of the song is Anupam Kher who played a ‘pivotal’ role in the movie.

The song is sung by Kavita Krishnamurthy, Manhar Udhas and Sukhvinder Singh. Lyrics are by Anand Bakshi and music is composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal.

Two songs from ‘Saudaagar-1991’ posted on the blog earlier are as follows;

Song Posted On
Ilu Ilu 14.03.2010
Imli ka boota beri ka ped 11.12.2013

Let us now enjoy today’s song …

Video
(video)
Audio

Song-Saudaagar saudaa kar (Saudaagar)(1991) Singers-Kavita Krishnamurthy, Manhar Udhas, Sukhvinder Singh, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics(Based on audio link)

tu panchhi
pardesi
tu jogi hai ki jaadugar

inme se koyi bhi nahin
main sapnon ka saudaagr

Saudaagar saudaa kar r r
Dil le le ae
Dil de kar
Dil le le ae
Dil de kar
Saudaagar saudaa kar r r
Dil le le ae
Dil de kar
Saudaagar hmm hmm hmm
Saudaa kar hmm hmm hmm
Dil le le ae
Dil de kar
Dil le le ae
Dil de kar

Haath kisi ka wo pakde
O o o o o o o
Haath kisi ka wo pakde
Jo chhode jag saara aa
Tu oonche mehlon waali
Main beghar banjaara
Ik dooje ke dil mein rahenge
Kya karna hai ghar
Saudaagar saudaa kar r r
O dil le le ae
Dil de kar
Dil le le ae
Dil de kar

Tere saath main kaise
Pyaar ka saudaa kar loon oon
Tere saath main kaise
Pyaar ka saudaa kar loon oon
Aisa koi waada kar
Main jispe bharosa kar loon
Jo chaahe likhwaa le mujhse
Kore kaagaz par
Saudaagar saudaa kar r r
O dil le le ae
Dil de kar
Dil le le ae
Dil de kar

Hmm hmm hmm
Hmm hmm hmm

Aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa aa

Dil to hai ae
Par dil ke
Par dil ke
Armaan kahaan se laaun
Doli sehra kangan sab
Saamaan kahaan se laaun
Doli sehra kangan sab
Saamaan kahaan se laaun

Thhodaasa sindoor kahin se le aa
Bas jaa kar
Saudaagar hmm hmm hmm
Saudaa kar hmm hmm hmm
Dil le le ae
Dil de kar
Dil le le ae
Dil de kar

Soch samajh le
Baad mein naa pachhtaana
Ye kah kar
Saudaagar saudaa kar
Dil le le ae
Le le ae
Dil de kar
De kar
Dil le le ae
Dil de kar
Dil le le ae
Dil de kar

Saudaagar saudaa kar r r
O dil le le ae
Dil de kar
O dil le le ae
Dil de kar
Saudaagar saudaa kar r r
O dil le le ae
Dil de kar
O dil le le ae
Dil de kar

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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तू पंछी
परदेसी
तू जोगी है कि जादूगर

इनमे से कोई भी नहीं
मैं सपनों का सौदागर

सौदागर सौदा कर र र
दिल ले ले ए
दिल दे कर
दिल ले ले ए
दिल दे कर
सौदागर सौदा कर र र
दिल ले ले ए
दिल दे कर
सौदागर ह्म ह्म ह्म
सौदा कर ह्म ह्म ह्म
दिल ले ले ए
दिल दे कर
दिल ले ले ए
दिल दे कर

हाथ किसी का वो पकडे
ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ
हाथ किसी का वो पकडे
जो छोड़े जग सारा आ
तू ऊंचे महलों वाली
मैं बेघर बंजारा
इक दूजे के दिल में रहेंगे
क्या करना है घर
सौदागर सौदा कर र र
ओ दिल ले ले ए
दिल दे कर
दिल ले ले ए
दिल दे कर

तेरे साथ मैं कैसे
प्यार का सौदा कर लूं ऊँ
तेरे साथ मैं कैसे
प्यार का सौदा कर लूं ऊँ
ऐसा कोई वादा कर
मैं जिसपे भरोसा कर लूं
जो चाहे लिखवा ले मुझसे
कोरे कागज़ पर
सौदागर सौदा कर र र
ओ दिल ले ले ए
दिल दे कर
दिल ले ले ए
दिल दे कर

ह्म ह्म ह्म
ह्म ह्म ह्म

आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ

दिल तो है ए
पर दिल के
पर दिल के
अरमान कहाँ से लाऊं
डोली सेहरा कंगन सब
सामान कहाँ से लाऊं
डोली सेहरा कंगन सब
सामान कहाँ से लाऊं

थोडासा सिन्दूर कहीं से ले आ
बस जा कर
सौदागर ह्म ह्म ह्म
सौदा कर ह्म ह्म ह्म
दिल ले ले ए
दिल दे कर
दिल ले ले ए
दिल दे कर

सोच समझ ले
बाद में ना पछताना
ये कह कर
सौदागर सौदा कर
दिल ले ले ए
ले ले ए
दिल दे कर
दे कर
दिल ले ले ए
दिल दे कर
दिल ले ले ए
दिल दे कर

सौदागर सौदा कर र र
ओ दिल ले ले ए
दिल दे कर
ओ दिल ले ले ए
दिल दे कर
सौदागर सौदा कर र र
ओ दिल ले ले ए
दिल दे कर
ओ दिल ले ले ए
दिल दे कर


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Blog Day : 4226 Post No. : 15433

I was aware that today is the birth anniversary of Pran, but I was not aware that today is his 100th birth anniversary !

It was on this day 100 years ago that Pran (12 February 1920 – 12 July 2013) was born.

Pran was born in Lahore and he made his debut in films in Lahore in early 1940s. There, he soon graduated to lead roles. In “Khaandaan”(1942), he had acted opposite Noorjehaan. . After partition, he came to Bombay where he was a nobody and so he had to start from scratch there.

It was in Bombay that Pran began to get the roles of a villain and it waas in these roles that he made his mark. He started his stint in Bombay with “Ziddi”(1948). He played villains but no two roles of his were same. In every movie he brought something new to his acting. And his acting was so convincing that ordinary movie goers dreaded and dipised his roles. Very few people in India named their sons as Pran. That is the kind of impression he had created in the minds of movie goers. 🙂

In 1960s, his dark roles gradually started to become less dark, with doses of kindness and comedy in them and a time came when he became a character artist, beginning from “Upkaar”(1967). The distributors of “Upkaar”(1967) were very nervous, unsure how this new role of Pran would be received by the moviegoers who were so used to see him as a dreaded villain. Fortunately, the movie was a big hit and Praan’s role as Malang Chaacha was loved by moviegoers.

Pran had got to sing very few songs on screen as a villain, but he started to get songs as a character artist. And this process started with “Upkaar”(1967) itself. The song Kasme waade pyaar wafa turned out to be a much loved song, much to the relief of Kalkyanji Anandji, who were dreading that their composition would flop because it was to be picturised on Pran !

Subsequently, Pran has figured in quite a few songs in Hindi movies. And these songs became surprise hits. For instance, “Zanjeer”(1973) song Yaari hai imaan mera yaar meri zindagi became the most popular song of the year in Binaca geetmala ! “Kasauti”(1974) song, Ham bolega to bologe ki bolta hai was my favourite song durings its time. Same was the case with the song Daru ki bottle me sahab paani bharta hai from “Majboor”(1974).

On the occasion of the 100th birth anniversary of Pran, here is a song from “Zindaadil”(1975). The song is sung by Lata, Shailendra Singh and Mahendra Kapoor. Verma Malik is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

The song is picturised as a get together song. It is lip synced by Rishi Kapoor, Zaahira, Neetu singh and Pran.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala. Incidentally, he too shares his birthday with Pran. So we take this opportunity to wish him a happy birthday and many happy returns of the day. Today also happens to be the wedding aniversary of our regular Nitin Shah. We wish him and his better half on this occasion.

Quite a lively and appropriate song for the occasion it is.

Video
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Audio

Song-Shaam suhaani aayi khushiyaan ban ke pahli baar (Zindaa Dil)(1975) Singers-Lata, Mahendra Kapoor, Shailendra Singh, Lyrics-Verma Malik, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
Lata Mangeshkar+ Shailendra Singh

Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

Aa aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa aa

Shaam suhaani aayi
Khushiyaan ban ke pehli baar
Shaam suhaani aayi
Khushiyaan ban ke pehli baar
Aaj kayee barson mein
Paayal chhanke pehli baar
Huyee adhoori aasha poori
Tooti door ki doori
Tooti door ki doori
To lekar thumkaa naachoon
Aaj main tan ke pehli baar
Lekar thhumkaa naachoon
Aaj main tan ke pehli baar

Pehli baar
Shaam suhaani aayi
Khushiyaan ban ke pehli baar
Aaj kayee barson mein
Paayal chhanke pehli baar
Huyee adhoori aasha poori
Tooti door ki doori
Tooti door ki doori
Lekar thhumkaa naachoon
Aaj main tan ke pehli baar
Shaam suhaani aayi
Khushiyaan ban ke pehli baar

Jee chaahe main ho ke saudaayee
Lutaa doon khudaayee
Milaa hai mujhe pyaar
Milaa hai beshumaar
Jee chaahe main ho ke saudaayee
Lutaa doon khudaayee
Milaa hai mujhe pyaar
Milaa hai beshumaar
Raat aayi hai kismatwaali
Jalaao deewaali
Milaa hai qaraar
Milaa hai sansaar
Is man ki paawan dharti se
Phoot padaa hai pyaar
Phoot padaa hai pyaar

Pehli baar
Phool khile hain dekho
Mere man ke pehli baar
Phool khile hain dekho
Mere man ke pehli baar
Shaam suhaani aayi
Khushiyaan ban ke pehli baar

Khaata jaa peetaa jaa
Bhar paimaana tu
Hey hey
Khaata jaa peetaa jaa
Bhar paimaana tu
Ho ho
Apnaa rang jamaata jaa
Ho deewaana tu
Hey hey
Masti mein lehraata jaa
Ban mastaana tu
Apnaa aaj banaataa jaa
Ye zamaana tu
Mere jeewan ke gulshan mein
Aayi nayee bahaar
Aayi nayee bahaar

Pehli baar
Ek fauji kaa beta
Chalaa hai tan ke pehli baar
Ek fauji kaa beta
Chalaa hai tan ke pehli baar

Shaam suhaani aayi
Khushiyaan ban ke pehli baar

Dekho kaise khushi ke rang chhaaye
Dupatta udaa jaaye
Patang ban ke
Umang ban ke
Dekho kaise khushi ke rang chhaaye
Dupatta udaa jaaye
Patang ban ke
Umang ban ke
Main to ambar ki baahon mein jhooloon
Sitaaron ko chhoo loon
Kiran ban ke
Sapan ban ke
Aaj mere seene mein dhadkan
Meethhee kare pukaar
Meethhee kare pukaar
Pehli baar
Mere dil mein aajaa
Meraa ban ke pehli baar
Mere dil mein aajaa
Meraa ban ke pehli baar

Shaam suhaani aayi
Khushiyaan ban ke pehli baar
Aaj kayee barson mein
Paayal chhanke pehli baar

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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आ आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ

शाम सुहानी आई
खुशियाँ बन के पहली बार
शाम सुहानी आई
खुशियाँ बन के पहली बार
आज कई बरसों में
पायल छनके पहली बार
हुयी अधूरी आशा पूरी
टूटी दूर कि दूरी
टूटी दूर कि दूरी
तो लेकर ठुमका नाचूँ
आज मैं तन के पहली बार
तो लेकर ठुमका नाचूँ
आज मैं तन के पहली बार

पहली बार
शाम सुहानी आई
खुशियाँ बन के पहली बार
आज कई बरसों में
पायल छनके पहली बार
हुयी अधूरी आशा पूरी
टूटी दूर कि दूरी
टूटी दूर कि दूरी
लेकर ठुमका नाचूँ
आज मैं तन के पहली बार
शाम सुहानी आई
खुशियाँ बन के पहली बार

जी चाहे मैं हो के सौदाई
लुटा दूं खुदाई
मिला है मुझे प्यार
मिला है बेशुमार
जी चाहे मैं हो के सौदाई
लुटा दूं खुदाई
मिला है मुझे प्यार
मिला है बेशुमार
रात आयी है किस्मतवाली
जलाओ दीवाली
मिला है करार
मिला है संसार
इस मन की पावन धरती से
फूट पडा है प्यार
फूट पडा है प्यार

पहली बार
फूल खिले है देखो
मेरे मन के पहली बार
फूल खिले है देखो
मेरे मन के पहली बार
शाम सुहानी आई
खुशियाँ बन के पहली बार

खाता जा पीता जा
भर पैमाना तू
हे हे
खाता जा पीता जा
भर पैमाना तू
हो हो
अपना रंग जमाता जा
हो दीवाना तू
हे हे
मस्ती में लहराता जा
बन मस्ताना तू
अपना आज बनाता जा
ये ज़माना तू
मेरे जीवन के गुलशन में
आयी नयी बहार
आयी नयी बहार

पहली बार
एक फौजी का बेटा
चला है तन के पहली बार
एक फौजी का बेटा
चला है तन के पहली बार

शाम सुहानी आई
खुशियाँ बन के पहली बार

देखो कैसे ख़ुशी के रंग छाये
दुपट्टा उड़ा जाए
पतंग बन के
उमंग बन के
देखो कैसे ख़ुशी के रंग छाये
दुपट्टा उड़ा जाए
पतंग बन के
उमंग बन के
मैं तो अम्बर कि बाहों में झूलूँ
सितारों को छू लूं
किरण बन के
सपन बन के
आज मेरे सीने में धड़कन
मीठी करे पुकार
मीठी करे पुकार
पहली बार
मेरे दिल में आजा
मेरा बन के पहली बार
मेरे दिल में आजा
मेरा बन के पहली बार

शाम सुहानी आई
खुशियाँ बन के पहली बार
आज कई बरसों में
पायल छनके पहली बार


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Blog Day : 4204 Post No. : 15391

“Teen Bahuraaniyaan”(1968) was directed by S S Wasan and S S Balan for Gemini Combines, Madras. The movie had Dhumal, Prithviraj Kapoor, Rajendranath, Shashikala, Jankidas, Kanchana, Agha, Kanhaiyalal, Vaishali, Niranjan Sharma, Farida, Jayanthi, Lalita Pawar, Ramesh Deo, Jagdeep etc in it.

As can be expected, this was a Madrasi Chandamama kind of story where a combined family consisting of three songs, their daughters and children live together happily and peacefully alongwith the parents. 🙂 It was called a “social” movie. One may as well call it a fantasy fairytaled movie. 🙂

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

Here is the third song from “Teen Bahuraaniyaan”(1968) to appear in the blog. The song is picturised on the three ladies playing the three daughter’s in law. The song is sung by three Mangeskhar sisdters, viz Lata, Asha Bhonsle and Usha Mangeshkar. This is one of those special cases when three sisters have figures in a song.

Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji. Lyrics for this song are provided by Nitin ji.

I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify the actors seen in the picturisation.

PS-Our knowledgeable reader Dr Subramanian S informs us that the three actresses seen in the picturisation are Sowkar Janaki, Kanchana and Jayanti.


Song-Hamre aangan bagiya (Teen Bahuraaniyaan)(1968) Singers-Lata, Asha Bhonsle, Usha Mangeshkar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics (Provided by Nitin Shah)

hamre aangan bagiya
bagiya mein do panchchi
hamre aangan bagiya
bagiya mein do panchchi
hoye panchchi ud na jaaye dekhna
panchchi ud na jaaye
hamre aangan bagiya
bagiya mein do panchchi
hoye panchchi ud na jaaye dekhna
panchchi ud na jaaye
hamre aangan bagiya

o o o
o o o
o o o
o o o
o o o
o o o
o o o
o o o
pehla panchchi pyaar hai
is pyaar se kariyo pyaar
is pyaar se kariyo pyaar
pehla panchchi pyaar hai
is pyaar se kariyo pyaar
is pyaar se kariyo pyaar
pyaar na ho to soona soona
pyaar na ho to soona soona
laage ye sansaar sakhi ri
hamre aangan bagiya
bagiya mein do panchchi
hoye panchchi ud na jaye dekhns
panchchi ud na jsaye
hamre aangan bagiya

hamre man ki shaanti
dooje panchchi ka naam
dooje panchchi ka naam
hamre man ki shaanti
dooje panchchi ka naam
dooje panchchi ka naam
is bin ye ghar aise jaise
is bin ye ghar aise jaise
mandir bin ghanshyaam sakhi ri
hamre aangan bagiya
bagiya mein do panchchi
hoye panchchi ud na jaaye dekhna
panchchi ud na jaaye
hamre aangan bagiya


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Blog Day :

4162 Post No. : 15333 Movie Count :

4224

Hullo Atuldom

Sometimes a sudden tune or memory or word sends the mind looking for a song or visual connection. So, a few days back it was a tune in my head that sent me looking for today’s song. I remembered, rather vaguely, that the song had Ashok Kumar dancing away merrily. I remember having seen it eons ago on Doordarshan – the one source of most of my nostalgia.

I hunted down the song. I found the name of the movie it was from. Searched for it on YouTube. Enjoyed my first encounter with that movie thoroughly. It has been listed on IMDB.com under “action, crime, drama” genre. It should also have been categorised as “comedy”.

The movie had a huge cast- a set of dancing actresses headed by Shashikala, Aruna Irani, Prema Narayan, Helen, Jayshree T., Meena T. and Shubha Khote & Manorama. The male line up was headed by Ashok Kumar, Ranjeet, Sujit Kumar, Keshto Mukherjee, Asrani, Jagdeep, Viju Khote, Krishan Dhawan, Chandrashekhar, Coca Cola, Pinchoo Kapoor, Birbal, Yusuf Khan (Zabisco from Amar Akbar Anthony), Babban, Pakoda Kader etc. There were a few more known faces which were billed as guest appearance- Amjad Khan, special appearance- Danny and friendly appearance -Mehmood.

There were many movies back then where we had known faces putting in appearances in these categories as a gesture to the maker of the movie. And I think I know why Mehmood did this movie as the maker S. Ramanathan had been a co-director on “Bombay to Goa”.

This movie begins on a night where Ranjeet (one of the serious persons throughout the movie) is hatching a plot to steal diamonds from the vault of Pinchoo Kapoor’s residence in the company of Sujit Kumar (he plays a dead body for half the movie)- that is where the crime angle is. As the plan is being executed Pinchoo Kapoor is shot dead (crime angle again). But he Dials 100 with the help of his pet Pomeranian -that is one intelligent pet which has a good part to play in helping recognize the lost daughters of the family. That is when the ‘drama angle’ comes into play when the pet recognizes one daughter because of her locket, takes her to the bungalow where the loyal servant of the house enquires about the girl whose photo is in the locket. Further family-drama comes into play when it turns out that the girl in possession of the above mentioned locket is also the younger daughter of the family and in the absolute climax of the movie the sisters unite and with the aide of the hero and practically the entire cast catches Ranjeet and hands him over to the cops headed by Krishan Dhawan and Chandrashekhar.

Of course, we have to sit through the movie, from the murder to reach the climax (only place where there is dishoom- dishoom in the movie), through a not-so-boring movie. Danny was a revelation as far as his comic timing was concerned. I will not spell here what transpires through the movie and spoil the fun for anyone who may wish to see this movie.

Today’s song features the tenants of Manorama’s apartment as they gather to wish the newly-engaged hero -heroine (every Bollywood movie worth its name needs a jodi) Vinod Mehra and Bindiya Goswami. Everyone is singing and having the time of their life except Bindiya Goswami. The song is sung by Manna Dey (for all the males present), Asha Bhonsle (for the females) and Bappi Lahiri for Vinod Mehra. Anjaan wrote the song and Bappida was the music director for this S. Ramanathan directed “Dial 100” which released on 2nd April 1982.

Here is the song where Ashok Kumar leads along with Aruna Irani and the rest of those present join. I have always loved songs where Ashok Kumar visibly enjoys himself. Let us also enjoy this song.

Thinking of Dada Moni today on his anniversary.

Audio

Video


Song-Maara gaya maara gaya koi bechaara maara gaya (Dial 1000(1982) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Manna Dey, Bappi Lahiri, Unknown voice, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Bappi Lahiri
Male chorus
Female chorus
All chorus
Manna Dey + Asha Bhonsle

Lyrics

Haaan
Haaaa
Haaan
Haaaa

maaraa gaya
maaraa gaya
koi bechaara maaraa gaya
maaraa gaya
maaraa gaya
koi bechaara maaraa gaya

(arey kaun maaraa gaya)
oye hoye hoye hoye hoye

koi kunwaara maaraa gaya
ye maazra kaise kab ho gaya haan
koi kunwaara maaraa gaya
ye maazra kaise kab ho gaya
ladka jawaan ladki jawaan
dono mile toh ghazab ho gaya

koi kunwaara maaraa gaya
ye maazra kaise kab ho gaya
koi kunwaara maaraa gaya
ye maazra kaise kab ho gaya

laa lala laa lalala laa
laa lalalaa laa
laa lala laa lalala laa
laa lalalaa laa
laa lala laa lalala laa
laa lalalaa laa
laa lala laa lalala laa
laa lalalaa laa

kahaan dono mile kaise mile
haa haa haa
ho kahaan aankh ladi kaise ladi
haa haa haa
kahaan teer chale kaise chale
haa haa haa
ho kahaan baat badhi kaise badhi
haa haa haa
chhupi chhupi
tauba re tauba
chori chori
haye re haye

kahaan bandhi
gaya re gaya
prem dori

aankhon aankhon mein jud gaya taanka
pada kaise kahaan dil pe daaka
aankhon aankhon mein jud gaya taanka
pada kaise kahaan dil pe daaka
bolo ji bolo ye bhed kholo
kaise ye sab ho gaya aaa aaa

ooi
koi kunwaara maaraa gaya
ye maazra kaise kab ho gaya
arrey ladka jawaan ladki jawaan
donon mile to gazab ho gaya

ho koi kunwara maaraa gaya
ye maazra kaise kab ho gaya

aaaa aaaaaaa
aaaaa aaaaaa

kahaan pyaar ki yeh baat chhupe
haa haa haa
kahin jaake kahin raaz khule
haa haa haa
ho jahaan pyar mein do yaar milen
haa haa haa
wahin dekh ke yeh log jalen
haa haa haa
yahaan wahaan
oooi maa
baat chali
baba re baba
shor macha
gayi re gayi
gali gali
chhora chhori pe hoke lattoo
hua sabki nazar mein nikhattu
ho chhora chhori pe hoke lattoo
hua sabki nazar mein nikhattu
do dil mile toh hangama aisa yun besabab ho gaya aa
ooi
koi kunwaara maaraa gaya
ye maazra kaise kab ho gaya
arey ladka jawaan ladki jaawan
dono mile to gazab ho gaya

hey koi kunwaara maaraa gaya
ye mazara kaise kab ho gaya

laa lalalaa laalalalaa
laa lalalaa laalalalaa

hooo ohhoo
hohoho hohoho
kahin koi jale jalta rahe

haa haa haa
koi kuch bhi kahe kahta rahe
haa haa haa
yahaan tera mera saath rahe
haa haa haa
yahi pyar yahi baat rahe
haa haa haa
toone mujhe
kya
maana sajan
haay re haay
maine tujhe
oye hoye
maana dulhan
gayi re gayi
kahin saabit na ho preet jhoothi
aayi dene gawaahi angoothi
kahi saabit na ho preet jhoothi
aayi dene gawaahi angoothi
ungali pakad ke
bahe pakad li
kissa gazab ho gaya aaa

hurr
koi kunwaara maaraa gaya
ye maazra kaise kab ho gaya
arey ladka jawaan ladki jawaan
dono mile to gazab ho gaya

hurr
koi kunwara maaraa gaya
ye mazara kaise kab ho gaya

maaraa gaya maaraa gaya (oooooooooooo)
koi kunwara maaraa gaya (oooooooooooo)
maaraa gaya maaraa gaya (oooooooooooo)
koi kunwara maaraa gaya (oooooooooooo)
maaraa gaya maaraa gaya (oooooooooooo)
koi kunwara maaraa gaya (oooooooooooo)
maaraa gaya maaraa gaya (oooooooooooo)
koi kunwara maaraa gaya (oooooooooooo)


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Blog Day : 4143 Post No. : 15307

My stint as a post writer for the blog started with this song from the film “Gumnaam”. This was a Helen song, and I chose it as the song for my first post in the blog for no particular reason. Maybe it was not yet posted in the blog was the only trigger, apart from my husband suggesting it.

Another remarkable thing about my first posts was that, it got posted within a few hours of sending the mail. There were very few outside contributors who were writing posts back than in 2012, could have been one of the factors in being given such priority treatment 🙂 . Guest posters were few and lyrics contributors were many. I was one of the early song lyric contributors. Those were very heady days of finding known, much loved songs not yet posted in the blog. I remember with fondness, sending lyrics of some of my all-time favourite songs like “ ab to hai tum se har khushi apni” from “Abhimaan” and the hauntingly beautiful rendition of ‘hai tere saathh meri wafaa” from “Hindustan ki Qasam”.

Now I am a veteran of 302 lyrics and 243 posts, at last count. Lyrics contribution has stopped for obvious reason that, if I can write posts also that why would somebody else want to write them for the songs which I want posted in the blog. Sometimes I think, I should go back to sending lyrics contributions, also for no particular reason. You see random thought in the mind don’t necessarily have to be for a reason or logic.

Similar way my posts are written straight from the heart and not with too much deliberations. Though at times they may seem so, if I quote some poems and my own ‘essay’s. There have been a few posts by me which had on length discussions (my own seesaw of thoughts – if they can be called discussions) not related in anyway to the songs accompanying the posts. Some of the posts were direct from the heart and reflected my feelings, impressions etc. No matter what I have enjoyed my experience here, much misunderstood and all. I feel that language can only be source of communication, which is one dimensional only.

Going back to my first post – A Helen song. Helen Anne Richardson Khan (born Helen Anne Richardson on 21 November 1938), best known as Helen. She is turning 81 on 21st November, 2019, and this is posts to celebrate her persona and her contribution in her chosen field. Having stated this there is not much about ‘Helen’ I will be writing.

In the post (My first post) I had this to say about the film ‘Khaamoshi”(1996):

‘Not that have anything against Jatin-Lalit, in fact their score for ‘Khaamoshi – The Musical ” is one of my few favourites in this two decades. The other day, I looked up the songs of this film, solely for the Helen song “Gaate thhe pehle akele aaj gaata hai saara jahaan”, trying to find a better alternative to this song from “Gumnaam” which I am supposed to discuss. Yeh dil sun rahaa hai, mausam ki sargam ko sun, jaana suno ham tum pe marte hain, hayya haaya ho let it let let it go, and aaj main uper aasman neeche are all competing for the best song of the film(Khaamoshi-The Musical).’

Having said this much about the film in the post, I have so far managed to post only one song. So I have chosen a “Helen” song with a difference from this film as this birthday post.

In this song, Helen playing the matriarch of a Goan family, ‘Mariamma’ in the film is trying to make the best of the situation where ‘A Piano’ being family heirloom is sold to the local antique collector, Raghuvir Yadav. The Piano is maybe last thing remaining which belonged Mariamma’s husband and her link with him. As the Piano is taken away, there is procession of villagers singing and dancing, Mariamma is a part of it with her grandchildren. The Piano is finally taken away abroad a ferry, and she cannot follow it anymore. She has tried her best to mollify the children that all is not lost and those things which are lost, eventually comeback. As the song ends, Mariamma is also seen going beyond the horizon. That’s the end of the ‘Mariamma too in the film.

The singers are Kavita Krishnamoorthy, Shradha and Khusnum. The later two are new names for the blog, who sing for the kids. There is a lot of chorus and unique composition in its own way. Jatil-Lalit are the composers and Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist of this beautiful song. Helen as the Anglo-Indian elderly widow in the black and white dress, made a charming grandmother in the film. With her demise, Annie’s(Manisha Koirala) child hood is also over. The film, if the readers have not seen it, is to be recommended for any student of cinema. The reasons of this recommendation are many, and songs also is one of the reasons.

The audio version and the film version are the same, but both links are given, just that we can hear the song twice, if seen only once. Again.

Audio

Video

Song-Gaate thhe pehle akele (Khaamoshi)(1996) Singers-Kavita Krishnamoorthy, Shraddha, Khushnum, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Jatin Lalit
Chorus

Lyrics

Hey mauj me le chalo mil ke baaja
Hey raja odhe sambhaal
Hey mauj me le chalo mil ke baaja
Hey raja odhe sambhaal

Gaate thhe pehle akele
Aaj gaata hai saara jahaan
Kaisa khushi ka samaa hai
Pi ke aansoo hanso re sanaa
Pyaar se muskuraa
Kya huaa bhool jaa

Hey mauj me le chalo mil ke baaja
Hey raja odhe sambhaal
Hey mauj me le chalo mil ke baaja
Hey raja odhe sambhaal

aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa

Jo kho gayaa
Uss ka gham kya
Jo paas hai
Woh hai kam kya
Baat achhi hai naa
Baat sachchi hai naa
Baaje re baaja hamaaraa
Naache re sansaar saaraa
Pyaar se muskuraa
Kya huaa bhool jaa
Gaate thhe pehle akele
Aaj gaata hai saara jahaan
Kaisa khushi ka samaa hai
Pi ke aansoo hanso re sanaa
Pyaar se muskuraa
Kya huaa bhool jaa
aye haathh-gaadi nahin yeh hai baaja
Hey raaja odhe sambhaal
aye haathh-gaadi nahin yeh hai baaja
Hey raaja odhe sambhaal

ho o o o
ho o ho ho
ho o o o
ho o ho ho

Ham to sunaa jo jaataa hai
Wo laut kar phir aataa hai
Baat achhi hai naa
Baat sachchi hai naa

Baaje re baaja hamaaraa
Naache re sansaar saaraa
Pyaar se muskuraa
Kya huaa bhool jaa

Gaate thhe pehle akele
Aaj gaata hai saara jahaan
Kaisa khushi ka samaa hai
Pi ke aansoo hanso re sanaa
Pyaar se muskuraa
Kya huaa bhool jaa

Hey mauj me le chalo mil ke baaja
Hey raja odhe sambhaal
Hey mauj me le chalo mil ke baaja
Hey raja odhe sambhaal

Aa aaaa Aaaaa
Aaaaaaaaa
Aaaaaaaaa
Aaaaaaaaa
Hey mauj me le chalo mil ke baaja
Hey raja odhe sambhaal
Hey mauj me le chalo mil ke baaja
Hey raja odhe sambhaal
Hey mauj me le chalo mil ke baaja
Hey raja odhe sambhaal
Hey mauj me le chalo mil ke baaja
Hey raja odhe sambhaal

—————————
Devnagri script Lyrics (Provided by nahm)
—————————-
हे मौज में ले चलो मिल के बाजा
हे राजा ओढ़े संभाल
हे मौज में ले चलो मिल के बाजा
हे राजा ओढ़े संभाल

गाते थे पहले अकेले
आज गाता है सारा जहां
कैसा खुशी का समां है
पी के आँसू हंसो रे सना
प्यार से मुस्कुरा
क्या हुआ भूल जा

हे मौज में ले चलो मिल के बाजा
हे राजा ओढ़े संभाल
हे मौज में ले चलो मिल के बाजा
हे राजा ओढ़े संभाल

आ आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ

जो खो गया
उसस का ग़म क्या
जो पास है
वो है कम क्या
बात अच्छी है ना
बात सच्ची है ना
बाजे रे बाजा हमारा
नाचे रे संसार सारा
प्यार से मुस्कुरा
क्या हुआ भूल जा
गाते थे पहले अकेले
आज गाता है सारा जहां
कैसा खुशी का समां है
पी के आँसू हंसो रे सना
प्यार से मुस्कुरा
क्या हुआ भूल जा
ए हाथ गाड़ी नहीं ये है बाजा
हे राजा ओढ़े संभाल
ए हाथ गाड़ी नहीं ये है बाजा
हे राजा ओढ़े संभाल

हो ओ
हो हो हो हो
हो ओ
हो हो हो हो
हो ओ
हो हो
हो हो हो
हो हो हो
हो हो हो
हो हो हो

हम तो सुना
जो जाता है
वो लौट कर
फिर आता है
बात अच्छी है ना
बात सच्ची है ना

बाजे रे बाजा हमारा
नाचे रे संसार सारा
प्यार से मुस्कुरा
क्या हुआ भूल जा

हा गाते थे पहले अकेले
आज गाता है सारा जहां
कैसा खुशी का समां है
पी के आँसू हंसो रे सना
प्यार से मुस्कुरा
क्या हुआ भूल जा

हे मौज में ले चलो मिल के बाजा
हे राजा ओढ़े संभाल
हे मौज में ले चलो मिल के बाजा
हे राजा ओढ़े संभाल
आ आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ

हे मौज में ले चलो मिल के बाजा
हे राजा ओढ़े संभाल
हे मौज में ले चलो मिल के बाजा
हे राजा ओढ़े संभाल
हे मौज में ले चलो मिल के बाजा
हे राजा ओढ़े संभाल
हे मौज में ले चलो मिल के बाजा
हे राजा ओढ़े संभाल


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Blog Day : 4142 Post No. : 15306

“Umar Qaid”(1975) was produced by V K Sobti and directed by Sikandar Khanna for Gautam Pictures Bombay. The movie had Sunil Dutt, Reena Roy, Vinod Mehra, Moushumi Chatterjee, Jeetendra(In a dynamic appearance), Asrani, Om Shivpuri, Kader Khan, Krishan Dhawan, Manmohan, Ram Mohan, Master Satyajeet, Sulochana Latkar, V.Gopal, Dinesh Hingoo, Birbal, Dimpy Chauhan, Vandana Shastri, Rajan Kapoor, Ranvir Raj, Raja Duggal etc with special appearances Anju Mahendru, Dev Kumar and Sanjana.

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

Today (20 november 2019) is the 75th birthday of Minoo Purushottam (DoB 20 november 1944). On this occasion, here is a song from “Umar Qaid”(1975). The song is sung by Minoo Purushottam, Asha Bhonsle, Rafi and chorus. Gulshan Bawra is the lyricist. Music is composed by Sonik Omi.

The song is picturised as a wedding ritual song. It is lip synced by Sanjana (in Minoo Purushottam’s voice), Mausami Chatterji (in Asha Bhonsle’s voice) and Vinod Mehra (in Rafi’s voice). Ranvir Raj, Anju Mahendru, Master Satyjeet and Sulochana Latkar are also visible.

Lyris of the song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

The song has some unfamiliar non Hindi words. Knowledgeable readers are requested to help suggest corrections in the lyrics wherever applicable.

audio link:

Video

Song-Pinjoda bhak bhai pinjoda (Umar Qaid)(1975) Singers-Minoo Purushottam, Asha Bhonsle, Rafi, Lyrics-Gulshan Bawra, MD-Sonik Omi
Chorus

Lyrics (Audio link) (Provided by Prakashchandra)

hahahahahaaha
hahahahaah
pinjoda bhakkh bhai pinjodaa
bhurrr
pinj pinjoda bhakkh bhayyi pinjodaa

uyyeeee
pinjoda bhakkh bhayyi pinjodaa
bhurrr
pinjoda bhakkh bhayyi pinjodaa

hey pinjoda bhakkh bhayyi
pinjoda bhakk bhayyi
apni baat zaraa maan le hey
ankhiyon se dil dhakk
hum pe bharosaa rakh
saadhuon`on se aake thoda gyaan le ae

pinjoda bhakkh bhayyi pinjodaa
bhurrr
pinjoda bhakkh bhayyi pinjodaa

alakkh niranjan
jo de uskaa to bhalaa
jo na de
uskaa bhi bhalaa

hey raat ke andhere mein
saadhuo`on ke dere mein

raat ke andhere mein
saadhuo`on ke dere mein

sasur saas
teri poojaa karenge

sasur saas teri poojaa karenge
kanyaa poojaa karenge
tera dhyaan dharenge

poojaa karenge
tera dhyaan dharenge

khaayenge piyenge
bas pet bharenge
haayye baalike
baalike pet bharenge

na na na na na na na na
naiyyo naa naiyyo naa
tere dere o julmi (hee)naiyyo naa
naiyyo naa naiyyo na
tere dere o julmi (hee)naiyyo naa

haayye rey main hoon
bholi aur naadaan
badi kamsin aur anjaan
tere mann mein hai shaitaan
tujhko jaan gayee be-imaan
arrey kisi aur ke aagey
daal apnaa daanaa
naiyyo naa naiyyo naa
tere dere o julmi (hee) naiyyo naa
naiyyo naa naiyyo naa
tere dere o julmi (hee)naiyyo naa

pindola dhak bhayyi
pindolaa dhak
pindoaaa dhak bhayyi
pindolaa
hey ae
pindolaa dhakkh bhayyi
pindolaa dakkh
pindolaa bhakkh bhayyi
pindolaa

mehandi suhaag ki haathon mein ae ae
woh rang khushi ke laayegi
mehandi suhaag ki haathon mein
woh rang khushi ke laayegi

phooli na samaayegi pagli ee ee
apnon se hi sharmaayegi

phooli na samaayegi pagli
apnon se hi sharmaayegi

inn rangon mein tu dekhegi ee ee
haayye
aanewaale kal ke sapne ae ae
hoyye
aayenge nazar inn rangon mein
ae ae ae ae ae
tujhko bichhde saathi apne ae
tujhko bichhde saathi apne
apnon se bichhadne ke dukh mein ae ae ae ae
aa aa aankh zara bhar aayegi

mehandi suhaag ki haathon mein
woh rang khushi ke laayegi

o o o o
o o o o
o o o
dil patthar ho jaataa hai yaar
haayye
patthar dil pe rakh lete hain aen aen
haayye
jab apne hi dil ka tukdaa
aa aa aa aa
gehnon se sajaa kar dete hain aen
gehnon se sajaa kar dete hain
uss ghar ki amaanat iss ghar mein aen aen aen aen
kab talak sambhaali jaayegi

mehandi suhaag ki haathon mein
woh rang khushi ke laayegi
phooli na samaayegi pagli
apnon se hi sharmaayegi

hey pinjodaa bhakkh bhayyi
pinjodaa bhakkh bhayyee
apni baat zaraa maan le hey
ankhiyon se dil takk
hum pe bharosaa rakh
saadhuo`on se aake thodaa gyaan le

bhurrr
pinjoda bhakk bhayyi pinjodaa
bhurrr
pinjoda bhakkh bhayyi pinjodaa
pinjoda bhakkh bhayyi pinjodaa
bhurrr
pinjoda bhakkh bhayyi pinjodaa

ghadi aissi aayegi
shaawaa
ke dhadhkan badh jaayegi
shaawaa
khulega phir darwaazaa
shaawaa
aayenge dulhaa raajaa
shawaa
teraa ghoonghat kholenge
phir
tujhe kuchch na bolenge
kyaaa
meri jaan kuchch to bolo
hoyye
ye naazuk lab to kholo
hoyye
phir zara sharmaanaa tu
haan…aaanaa
zaraa si ghabraanaa tu
haan..aanaaa
angoothi liyo nee raani
haan..aanaa…aa
o meri banno raani
haanaa aannaaa
o thodi khushi manaanaa
hamein par bhool na jaanaa
hamein par bhool na jaanaa
hamein par bhool na jaanaa
hamein par bhool na jaanaa
hamein par bhool na jaanaa
hamein par bhool na jaanaa
hamein par bhool na jaanaa
hamein par bhool na jaanaa


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Blog Day : 4141 Post No. : 15304

Hullo Atuldom

The song with this post is a walk down memory lane for me. I had seen this movie with my dad in the movie hall and subsequently he had purchased the cassette of its songs too. The songs from this album along with those of “Yaraana”, “Qurbaani” and “Sholay” used to be played constantly on holidays and I had learnt all the songs from these ‘by heart’ prompting the elders in the family to comment that if I had shown similar passion in studies I would have been a topper, not that I was a bad student but I used to top only in mathematics and was reasonably good at all other extra or co-curricular activities.

But that is not the subject of this post.

The subject of this post is Zeenat Aman. It is her birthday today and I would like to present this song to emphasise on how stylish she was.
The song is from the 1978 release “Heeralal Pannalal” about which Atulji has written a very interesting post with this song .

“Heeralal Pannalal” made its debut on the blog with the Pancham- Asha Bhonsle duet on the occasion of Amjad Khans’ birthday. The next song posted for Premnath’s birthday was the second version of the first song posted. It was treated as two posts as the lyrics were different and RD had given entirely different look to them. The movie has six songs and the fourth came on the blog for Shashi Kapoor’s birthday and the fifth one is here for Zeenat’s birthday. I think we should rename this movie as Birthday Special. Whatsay?

The songs were the handiwork of Majrooh and R D Burman. Today’s song is a stage song. The song happens as the two innocent and kind hearted heroes are trying to run away from some goons and land up (drop on would be more correct) on the stage as the heroines are awaiting the arrival of two professional dancers to help them in some inter college competition. The professionals walk-in just as song is coming to a close. This is the first time that the couples meet.

Let us pray for the speedy recovery of Lata Mangeshkar who sings today’s song with Asha, Bupinder and Kishore Kumar.
Happy Birthday to you Zeenie a.k.a Zeenat Aman.

Audio

Video

Song-Kahiye kahaan se aana hua (Heeralal Pannalal)(1978) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Lata, Bhupinder Singh, Asha Bhonsle,Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-R D Burman
Kishore Kumar + Bhupinder Singh
Lata + Asha Bhonsle
All

Lyrics

Hae ae kahiye kahaan se aana hua
chehra toh hai pehchaana hua
hae ae kahiye kahaan se aana hua
chehra toh hai pehchaana hua

ho oo sochiye nayi baat koyi
ab ye mazaak puraana hua

woh suhana milan
pyaar ki woh lagan
bhool gaye kya sanam

tarram parram parram pam
kahiye kahaan se aana hua
chehra toh hai pehchaana hua
ho o o sochiye nayi baat koyi
ab ye mazaak puraana hua

woh suhana milan
pyar ki woh lagan
bhool gaye kya sanam

yaad ab aaya re ha
aagre ki kunj galiyaan

pa ra paa, pa ra paa,
pa ra paa, pa ra paa

yaad ab aaya re haan
aagre ki kunj galiyaan

o o peechhe peechhe ladkon ki fauj
aage aage tum meri jaan

phir lage the gale tajmahal tale
bhool gaye kya sanam
tarram parram parram pam
kahiye kahaan se aana hua
chehra toh hai pehchaana hua

sochiye nayi baat koyi
ab ye mazaak purana hua

aaine me kabhi, dekh lete chhavi
bhool gaye kya sanam

waa waa waa waa waa waa
waa waa waa waa waa waa
waa waa waa waa waa waa

yaad hai saawan ki rumjhum
jab thhe mere pyaar mein gum
pa ra paa, pa ra paa,
pa ra paa, pa ra paa

yaad hai saawan ki rumjhum
jab thhe mere pyaar me gum
maar ke thokar apnon ko
ghar se bhaag liye thhe tum

phir humari chhadi, yaar kaisi padi
bhool gaye kya sanam

tarram parram parram pam
kahiye kahaan se aana hua
tara raa
chehra to hai pehchaana hua
tara raa
sochiye nayi baat koyi
ab ye mazaak puraana hua

laa la lalaa laa la
laa la lalaa laa la
laa la lalaa laa la

tarram parram parram pam
kahiye kahaan se aana hua
chehra to hai pehchaana hua

are are
ye toh asli tapak pade
kahiye kahaan se aana hua
chehra to hai pehchaana hua
aaaaaa

hu kaa hua
hu kaa hua
hu hu hu kaa hua


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Blog Day :

4137 Post No. : 15297 Movie Count :

4214

The date today is 15 november 2019. It was on this day thirty years ago (on 15 november 1989) that Sachin Tendulkar made his test debut. By a remarkable coincidence, it was on this day fifty years ago (viz on 15 november 1969) that Gundappa Vishwanath made his test debut as well.

A test match is being played today (15 november 2019) by India at Indore. It was while watching this match that I became aware that it was exactly thirty and fifty years ago that two Indian batting legends made their test debuts.

These batting legends enhanced the stature of Indian batting. Seeing their batting, lots of batting talents came up in India. If today Indian batting is regarded as the strongest among all test playing nations then Gundappa Vishwanath and Sachin Tendulkar have played inspirational and important roles in that. It was appropriate that Indian batsmen “celebrated” the occasion by dishing out a memorable batting performance today- they hammered 406 runs in one day of test cricket. Last one hour saw more than one hundred runs being scored as T20 rate.

This occasion needs to be celebrated in the blog too, with a suitable song. While searching for a suitable song, I became aware that “Awwal Number”(1990) was a movie that centered around cricket.

“Awwal Number”(1990) was produced and directed by Dev Anand. This movie had Dev Anand, Aamir Khan, Aditya Pancholi, Neeta Puri, Ekta, Sudhir Pandey, Vikram Gokhale, Parikshat Sahni, Ram Mohan, Anjan Srivastava, Bharat Bhushan, Birbal, Sameer Khakkar, Kulbhushan Kharbanda, Raj Kishore, Manmouji, Mac Mohan, Asha Sharma, Subbiraj, Ajit Vachchani, Aftab Shivdasani etc in it.

I was aware about the movie, but I was not aware that this movie was about cricket. It was not only about cricket, it even had a song about cricket. Just what the doctor ordered, as Ravi Shashstri, in his commentating avatar would have said.

Here is this song. It is sung by Udit Narayan, Amit Kumar and Bappi Lahiri. Amit Khanna is the lyricist. Music is composed by Bappi Lahiri.

With this song, “Awwal Number”(1990) makes its debut in the blog.

Thanks to Prakashchandra, I have been able to watch the video of this song. The picturisation shows that this song is picturised on Dev Anand (lip syncing in Bappi Lahiri’s voice), Aditya Pancholi (Amit Kumar’s voice) and Aamir Khan (Udit Narayan’s voice).

Video


Audio

Song-Maidaan hai hara bheed se bhara (Awwal Number)(1990) Singers-Bappi Lahiri, Amit Kumar, Udit Narayan,Lyrics-Amit Khanna, MD-Bappi Lahiri
All
Chorus

Lyrics

maidaan hai hara
bheed se bhara
khelne chal diye gyaarah
wicket hain gade
taiyyaar hum khade
khel shuru hoga paune gyaarah

maidaan hai hara
bheed se bhara
khelne chal diye gyaarah
wicket hain gade
taiyyar hum khade
khel shuru hoga paune gyaarah

ye hai cricket
hows that
ye hai cricket
out
ye hai cricket
not out
ye hai cricket
sixer
hahahahaha

once more
once more

koi run out hai
koi not out hai
koi team se hi baahar bechaara
ye ball ghoomti
hawa choomti
hua LBW besahaara

ye hai cricket
sixer
ye hai cricket
boundary
ye hai cricket
LBW
he he
ye hai cricket
century
hooooo
ho ho ho

googly yahaan to bumper wahaan
gend ki ajab chaalbaaziyaan
behtareen catch
jeetna hai match
fielder ki dekho kalaabaaziyaan

maidaan hai hara
bheed se bhara
khelne chal diye gyaarah
ye hai cricket
hmm hmm hmm
ye hai cricket
hmm
ye hai cricket
hmmm
ye hai cricket
hmm hmm

aap hain jahaan
hoonga main bhi wahaan
maidaan mein milenge kahin

kyun nahin
kyun nahin
shauk aur lagan ho to
mumkin hai sab kuchh yahin
gale mein roomaal hai
kalaayi ka kamaal hai
har ada bemisaal hai
hmmmm
zara daad de
aasheerwad de
hoga naam raushan yahin

kal ki kis ko khabar
aaj ki baat kar
humse badh kar hai koi nahin

hmm
kal ki kis ko khabar
aaj ki baat kar
humse badhkar hai koi nahin

ye hai cricket
hmm hmm hmm
ye hai cricket
hmm hmm
ye hai cricket
haan haan haan
ye hai cricket
hmm hmm hmm

maidaan hai hara
bheed se bhara
khelne chal diye gyaarah
wicket hain gade
taiyyaar hum khade
khel shuru hoga

paune gyaarah
paune gyaarah
paune gyaarah


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Hullo Atuldom

November has dawned. Here is the first birthday post of the month.

It is the birthday of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. This gorgeous Miss World 1994 is also a Padma award winner along with awards for Best Actress (Ham Dil De Chuke Sanam) and Best Actress in a supporting role as Parvati (Devdas).

She made her debut in movies after a brief stint as ramp model and modelling for products like Lux and Coca Cola where she appeared with Aamir Khan. Prior to that she had appeared in an ad for Pepsi with Amir Khan and Ritu Chaudhry (a.k.a Mahima Chaudhry) – remember the ad where the girls are Amir’s new neighbours and he jumps out of his window to run across and get a Pepsi for the girls and tries to impress them and Aishwarya appears as Sanjana at the end. I found other ads featuring Aishwarya on YouTube for products like watches, beauty creams etc. The next step after modelling was movies which happened with the Mani Ratnam directed Tamil film “Iruvar” (1997) with Mohanlal, Revathi, Prakash Raj as co-stars. She made her Hindi debut the same year with “Aur Pyar Ho Gaya” opposite Bobby Deol. And then she has not looked back. She has played a passionate artist in “Kandukondain Kandukondain” (Tamil) 2000, Tagore’s Binodini in “Choker Bali” (Bengali) 2003, depressed woman in “Raincoat’’ (Hindi) 2004, Kiranjit Ahluwalia -a much abused wife who got international attention for burning her husband to death- “Provoked’’ a British-drama genre movie in 2006, a nurse looking after a paralyzed magician turned Radio Jockey who has filed a petition seeking permission to end his life in “Guzaarish’’ in 2010. All the movies that I mentioned here gave her critical acclaim and she had a good number of successful critical and mass appeal films. She has proved the general thought wrong that a heroine loses her popularity and star appeal once married and a mother at that. She has been under public scrutiny for everything that she does but keeps mum and doesn’t reply to the trolls that she is subjected to. Isn’t that noteworthy?

A few years back, for my niece’s wedding, I had purchased a saree which my sister-in-law loved very much and was looking for a similar one only in a different colour combination. I tried to assist her in finding that or a similar saree in the combo she wanted. I am happy to say I finally managed to get it for her on my recent trip to Calcutta (now Kolkata) during Durga Puja. I am sure this sudden off-track by me has jolted the reader into thinking what is the connection with Aishwarya Rai!!

Well it is connected with the song that is coming with this post. It is the almost like the saree that all the ladies are wearing in this song (disclaimer: neither the song nor the movie was reason for my sis-in-law’s liking for the said combination; she doesn’t even know of its connection with Aishwarya 🙂  )

Another connection is that this song happens at a huge haveli in old Calcutta for Durga Puja. It is from the 2002 Sanjay Leela Bhansali directed “Devdas” based on the book of the same name by Sharath Chandra Chattopadhyay. We have Aishwarya Rai dancing with Madhuri Dixit (another heroine whose popularity has not decreased post marriage and kids) at the Sindhoor- Khela which is an essential part of Dussehra during Durga Puja.

The song is in the voice of Shreya Ghosal, Kavita Krishnamurthy and KK. It was written by Nusrat Badr and Ismail Durbar was the composer. Saroj Khan is the choreographer for this magnificent dance which had the two heroines looking extremely gorgeous and they matched step-for-step brilliantly.

It is a song which is my personal favourite 2-heroine dance and I don’t think I will ever tire of seeing it. The choreography got Saroj Khan her 8th Filmfare award and it must be the only song which has a Wikipedia page.

I suggest a visit to the page (dola re dola   ) for interesting trivia about the song.

Today “Devdas” version 2002 makes its debut on the blog to Wish the blue-green eyed Miss World, Miss Photogenic and Miss World Continental Queen of Beauty – Asia- Oceania (sub titles that she won at the Miss world pageant held in Suncity -South Africa) a very Happy Birthday.


Song-Dola re dola re dola (Devdas)(2002) Singers-Shreya Ghosal,  Kavita Krishnamurthy,  KK, Lyrics-Nusrat Badr, MD-Ismail Darbaar

Lyrics

he dola re dola re dola re dola,
he dola re
hpo ho ho ho 

haan haan hmm haan
haan haan haan haan

re dhaiya re dhaiya re re dhaiya aa
re dhaiya re dhaiya re re dhaiya aa

dhim ta dhim ta
dhim ta dhim ta

oooooo aaaa eeee 

he dola re dola re dola re dola
haay dola dil dola mann dola re dola
he dola re dola re dola re dola
haay dola dil dola mann dola re dola
lag jaane do nazariya
gir jaane do bijuriya
bijuriya
bijuriya
gir jane do aaj bijuriya
lag jaane do najariya
gir jaane do bijuriya
baandh ke main ghungharoo,
pehan ke main paayal
ooo baandh ke main ghungharoo,
pehan ke main paayal
ho jhoom ke nachoongi
ghoom ke naachoongi
dola re dola re dola re dola
haay dola dil dola man dola re dola
dola re dolaa re dola re dola
haay dola dil dola man dola re dola 

aiy yai yai yai yaa haa
aiy yai yai yai yaa haa
dekho ji dekho dekho
kaisi ye jhhankaar hai
inki aankhon mein dekho piyaaji ka pyar hai
inki aawaaz bhi haay kaisi khanakaar hai
piya ki yaadon mein yeh jiya bekraar hai 

haay haay haay haay haay haay
maathe ki bindiya mein woh hai
mm palkon ki nindiya mein woh hai
tere to tan man mein woh hai,
teri bhi dhadkan mein woh hai
choodi ki chhan chhan mein woh hai
chhan chhan chhan chhan
chhanak chhanak chhan chhanak chhanak
kangan ki khan khan mein woh hai
khanak khanak khan
khanak khanak khan
khan khan khan
choodi ki chhan chhan mein woh hai
kangan ki khan khan mein woh hai
baandh ke main ghungharoo,
haan pehan ke main paayal
haan jhoom ke naachoongi
ghoom ke naachoongi
dola re dola re dola re dola
haay dola dil dola mann dola re dola
he dola re dola re dolaa re dola
haay dola dil dola mann dola re dola 

hae ae ae ae ae ae
hae hae hae hae hae hae
hae ae ae ae ae ae
hae hae hae hae hae hae

tumne mujhko
duniya de di
mujhko apni
ho khushiya de di
unse kabhi naa hona door
dola dola dil dola dola dil dola dola dola
haan maang mein bhar lena sindoor
dola dola mann dola dola mann dola dola dola
unki baahon kaa tum ho phool
dola dola dil dola dola dil dola dola
main hoon kadmon ki bas dhool
dola dola mann dola dola mann dola dola
baandh ke main ghungharoo.
pehan ke main paayal
haan baandh ke main ghungharoo,
pehan ke main paayal
haan jhoom ke naachoongi
ghoom ke naachoongi
dola re dola re dola re dola
haay dola dil dola mann dola re dola
he dola re dola re dola re dola re dola re dola
haay dola dil dola mann dola re dola

dola dola dola dola dola dola
dola dola dola dola dola dola
dola dola dola dola dola dola
dola dola dola dola dola dola
he dola re


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