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This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

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5123 Post No. : 17072 Movie Count :

4613

A QUEST FOR THE UNKNOWN !

Today’s song is a comedy song from the film Dr.Ramesh aka Dr.Romesh-1949.

Last year, at the beginning of the Rainy season, I had gone to our Farm House at Malavali (near Lonavala) with my family. It is a cool place for relaxation. While talking to the watchman of our house, we came to know about a natural and very scenic waterfall between Malavali and Lonavala. It was, I think, called ” Johnson’s Waterfall” – a name I had never heard in my life. In fact no one in the group had heard about it. I took the address from him and the next day we set out to visit this waterfall. The driver heard the directions and the GPS was set for that location accordingly. We proceeded as per the guidance of Google GPS. After a few kilometers, the road became very narrow. When we proceeded on it, after a Km or so, we found that a big board was put across the road, proclaiming that this road was now closed forever.

We were stunned. We got down. There were few farmers looking at us with pity. On enquiry, we came to know that the said waterfall has now been closed for the visitors. We were advised by the farmers to go back. Now, the road was so narrow that it was impossible to turn around the car. The only way was to go in reverse till a wider road was available. We were forced to do so and finally turned around the car after 2 kms of reverse travel. The disappointment was greater than the trouble we had to undergo. All our enthusiasm to see the hitherto unseen waterfall was washed away ! You can only imagine our sunken faces and drooping shoulders.

Why I am telling you about this case of disappointment here is because last week once again I experienced this same feeling of disappointment, in the case of the film Dr. Ramesh-1949. When Jaffer Bhai uploaded 4 songs of this film, I was wondering whether these songs were already discussed on the Blog. I immediately checked up the ‘ List of songs-Moviewise” on the blog and to my delight, I found that ” Dr. Ramesh” songs were not yet discussed here. I was very happy that I got a chance now to write about a ‘ Debuting ‘ film. To get further details about the film, I opened the HFGK and came to the page of this film.

This is when I remembered my trip to ‘ Johnson Waterfalls ‘ near Lonavala. The page of ‘ Dr. Ramesh was totally BLANK ! Only the name of the film and mukhadas of some songs were seen. Other than that there was no other information about the Director, Music Director, Lyricist or even the film’s cast. I was stunned. All my enthusiasm about writing on this film and its song withered away instantly. I had reached a Dead End !

Then I tried every arrow in my armour. I searched for this film on Google, all books, all known sites of film and songs. Perhaps some information would have been available if this film was made in Bombay, Poona, Kolhapur or even Madras. Unfortunately this film was made By Dev Darshan films in Calcutta. So no information was available. Finally and desperately, I wrote mails to Shri Hamraz ji and Harish Raghuwanshi ji. While Harish ji declared “No Information”, it was the prompt response of hamraz ji that he would give me ‘some’ information next day-it was already 10 pm in the night.

True to his words, next before 9 am, Hamraz ji’s mail came with ‘ some ‘ information. I am thankful to him that he replied so quickly to my query and gave whatever was available with him about this film. What he gave was this –
1. Director….Prakash Bakshi
2. Music Director….Kali pad Sen aka K.P.Sen
3. Lyricist…. Rangeen
4. Cast…. Naeem,Maya, Channi, Balqees, Haqumat, Pinaki, K.C.Verma and Kavish.

This was my last chance of getting information and he gave it to me, but I was no wiser. None of these names (except K.P.Sen with only his 4 films’ names known) I received were known to me and all these names were heard by me for the first time in my life ! Now my quest for information about these names started. Lo and Behold ! I came across the big disappointment once more. I could not get any information on any of these names anywhere on the Net or in any books.

You know this is the problem with Bengali films and artistes. Their information is not easily available in any other language, possibly except Bangla. This is because Bengalis, I feel, generally do not believe in the world outside Bengal. I understand they have a problem with the Hindi language. Even South film artistes too have the same problems. But then this is how we have missed out on the arts and talents of Bangla artistes and other experts.

Anyway, the gist of the matter is I have no information on the film, its director, MD, Lyricist or any of the Cast members. Now, what does one do when he has hit his head against a boulder ? What can I write in this post on this very good comedy song from this film ? Nothing ! The last straw on the Camel’s back was that the singer’s name is Dwijen Choudhary, about whom also I do not know anything !

This is the failed story of the ” Quest for a Film’s information “. Now let us forget it and enjoy this really very good song from the film Dr. Ramesh aka Dr.Romesh-1949.

The movie “Dr Ramesh”(1949) as well as the singer Dwijen Chawdhary make their debuts in the blog with this song.


Song-Compoundary bhi kitni museebat ka kaam hai(Dr Ramesh)(1949) Singer-Dwijen Chawdhury, Lyrics-Rangeen, MD-K P Sen

Lyrics

compoundary bhi kitni museebat ka kaam hai
compoundary bhi kitni museebat ka kaam hai
ho doctor na paas to jeena haraam hai
ho doctor na paas to jeena haraam hai
compoundary bhi kitni museebat ka kaam hai

dispensary mein ye jo dawaayen hain
is kadar
quonine soda iodine aur ye tincture
har roz inse main hi banaata hoon mixture
har roz inse main hi banaata hoon mixture
kaaghaz ki is ?? ke likh deta hai doctor
har kaam main karoon
magar doctor ka naam hai
compoundary bhi kitni museebat ka kaam hai

aate hain ghoorte huye ae ae ae ae
aate hain ghoorte huye mujhko mareez sab
jaise sabhi ke dard aur dukh ka main hoon sabab
inko na kuchh lihaaj kisi ka na hai adab
inko na kuchh lihaaj kisi ka na hai adab
aur inke is salook pe dil keh raha hai ab
dispensary ko door se mera salaam hai
compoundary bhi kitni museebat ka kaam hai

khaali hai pet
khaali hai pet paas rasad hai na maal hai
dispensary mei ab mera rehna muhaal hai
khaali hai pet paas rasad hai na maal hai
dispensary mei ab mera rehna muhaal hai
aate hain jo mareez to unka ye haal hai
aate hain jo mareez to unka ye haal hai
paisa koi nikaal ke de kya majaal hai
roti ka koi jikar na shaam(?) hai
compoundary bhi kitni museebat ka kaam hai
compoundary bhi kitni museebat ka kaam hai


This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

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5116 Post No. : 17064

Today’s song is from the film Chanda ki Chandani-1948.

The film was directed by Dwaraka Khosla, the lyricist was D.N.Madhok and the music Director was Gyan Dutt.

When I was looking at the cast of this film, my eyes were stuck on one name and a smile came to my face.

From the day films started being made in India, in the first stage, no one was ready to work in films. In the second stage, no one from a respectable family was coming forward to work in films. In the third stage, very few educated people joined the films. However, as the film industry got well established, the picture changed and highly educated people from respectable families joined Cinema world. Not only that, working in films became a matter of prestige. It brought fame and money both ! The film industry attracted all talented people from various places.

Working in films also became an attraction for many producers, directors, lyricists, singers, music directors,cinematographers, choreographers etc. In fact, people who had no direct involvement in the actual role playing too became attracted to be seen on the silver screen. Thus, we find many examples of such ‘ unconnected ‘ film personalities to appear on the silver screen at least once.

Take the case of Music Director S.N.Tripathi, for example. When he joined the film industry through Bombay talkies, for fun, he first did a small role in the film Jeevan Naiya-1936, which was also the first film of Ashok Kumar as a Hero. But after that film, after 10 years, he started acting in films and finally he ended up acting in 83 films in his career, while giving music to 107 films and even directing 10 films ! This is the charisma of films !!. Another example I remember offhand is that of music director Jaikishen ( of Shankar- Jaikishen fame), who appeared as a singer in the film Begunah-1957.

Among lyricists, I remember Dewan Sharar, doing a small role in the film Karma-1933, who ended up appearing in 7 more films in the next 20 years ! Not only this, but even Lata Mangeshkar ( initially as a need), Asha Bhosle, R D Burman etc have appeared on the silver screen. Mukesh and Talat Mehmood had done Hero’s roles too. There could be many such examples and our readers can quote them.

In my younger days ( which was too long ago ! ), I remember Alfred Hitchcock, director of Murder mystery films, had the habit of appearing at least once in evry film that he made, either as a part of a crowd or in a negligible cameo role. During that period, it became a craze all over the world to spot him in his films- which was a difficult task and people saw films many times just to locate him.

All this came to my mind, when I saw the name of Neelkanth Tiwari in the cast of the film Chanda ki Chandani-1948. Tiwari was a well known author and a lyricist in Hindi films. This winner of Sahitya Academy Award, had a penchant for appearing on Silver screen. He appeared in at least 2 films – Apna paraya-1942 and Chanda ki Chandani-1948. He is also said to have appeared along with Dev Anand (with whom he was quite close) in one of his films- name of which I do not know. Not only this he also sang a song in his first film Nirdosh-1941 !

Other members of the cast of this film were Jairaj, Rehana, E.Bilimoria, Moni Chatterjee, Kesari, Veera, Ameer bano etc. The case of E. Bilimoria is strange. He became an actor by accident (reminds me of Motilal and Ranjan too). In the early era of the Talkie films the Bilimoria brothers were very famous. First it was D (Dinshaw) and then came E (Eddie) Bilimoria. Eddie was born at Bilimora,in Gujarat, in 1900. At the age of just 13 years he ran away from house to Kirkee (near Poona), to his uncle, to become a Fireman in Railways. Here, he became a Door keeper in a Cinema house and also learnt operating the film projector. Due to ill health, he was brought to Bombay.

One day he went to Imperial Studio to meet his brother Dinshaw, who worked in films. Mistaking him to be Dinshaw, make-up was done to him and he played a role in the film ‘Punjab Mail’. Then onwards he started working regularly in films. As a Hero his first silent film was ‘Raj Ramani’. He worked as Hero in 7 Imperial films and 10 films of Ranjit Studio. His Heroines were Putli, Shanta, Sultana. Madhuri, Padma, Panna and others. When Talkie films started he was Hero in 32 films made by Ranjit, opposite Gauhar, Shanta, Kamla, Mehtab, Madhuri and Sitara etc. He worked in 15 films opposite Madhuri only. Fencing, shooting and horse riding were his specialties as a stunt Hero. He was the First in India to wear Cowboy dress in stunt films.

Char chakram-32, Miss 1933-33, and Nadira-34 were his Hit films. In the film ‘ Sipahi ki sajni’-36, he jumped into Sea from a flying plane, without duplicate. Daredevil stunts were his hallmark. There were hundreds of stitches on his body. After 1939 he stopped getting Hero roles, so he did other character roles. After 1953, he was reduced to only an Extra. He did acting till 1973 and then took up a job in a Fridge and AC shop. He stayed in a flat in Kemps corner in Bombay. His last days were not very happy. E.Bilimoria died on 18-2-1981 at Bombay.

He acted in 73 Talkie films, directed 1 film ( sone ki chidiya-48) and also sang 4 songs in 4 films. His first film was Radha Rani-32 and last was Honeymoon-73.
( adapted from ‘Inhe na Bhulana’ (in Gujarati) by Harish Raghuwanshi, with thanks.)

Another name of interest was that of Veera. This name too may not be known to many. Veera was from a Parsi family.Her full name was Veera Ankaleshwaria. Obviously, her family came from Ankaleshwar,a small industrial town(now), in Gujarat. She started her career in films as a Heroine opposite Nasir khan in the film Mazdoor-1945. Then came Shikari-46 and later Eight days-46, both had Ashok Kumar as the Hero. Both the films were from Filmistan. Her last film as Heroine was Tohfa, opposite Rehman and Leela opposite Agha , both films from 1947. Then she stopped getting Heroine roles and shifted to side roles. In all she did 22 films.

Her other films were, Veena, Ziddi, Chanda ki Chandani- all 48, Sanwaria-49, Hamara Ghar and hamari beti- 1950, Hamari shaan, Ramjanma and Sagar-1951, Aasmaan, izzat, Moti mahal, Sanskar and Shin shinaki boobla boo-all1952, Dana Pani-53, Boot polish and Sheeshe ki deewar both 1954.

She married Mohsin Abdulla, who had worked in Bombay Talkies as a writer. He was the younger brother of actress Renuka Devi ( Begum Mirza) and ex husband of actress Neena (Shaheeda). After the marriage, both migrated to Pakistan in 1955. No news after that.

Today’s song is a good one, sung by Sulochana Chavan and B. Hussain. I do not know who this B. Hussain was. HFGK mentions the singer of this song as Geeta Roy, but the names on the actual gramophone record are different. This song and the record photo was uploaded by Jaffer Bhai. Thanks to him for this rare song. Let us enjoy this duet – which is the 7th song of this film to feature on this Blog.


Song- Kaali kaali raat hai (Chanda Ki Chaandni)(1948) Singers- Sulochana Kadam, B Hussain, Lyricist- D N Madhok, MD- Gyan Dutt
Both

Lyrics

kaali kaali raat hai
kaali kaali raat hai
gar saas teri so jaaye to kuchh baat hai
kaali kaali raat hai
gar saas teri so jaaye to kuchh baat hai
kaali kaali raat hai
kaali kaali raat hai

lo ghir ghir baadal aa gaye
aa morey raaja
hum ghabra gaye
lo ghir ghir baadal aa gaye
aa morey raaja
hum ghabra gaye
tu to ghabra gayi
mera dhadke hai dil
tu to ghabra gayi
mera dhadke hai dil
tu makkhi ban ke
kabootar ban ke
o sajni aa ke raat beeti jaat hai
raat beeti jaat hai

per maa teri so jaaye to kya baat hai
per saas teri so jaaye to kuchh baat hai
kaali kaali raat hai
kaali kaali raat hai

jo main jaanti
saasu ka raaz ghar mein hoga
jo main jaanti
saasu ka raaz ghar mein hoga
kabhi na aati
kunwaari hi rah jaati
jo main jaanti
saasu ka raaz ghar mein hoga
kabhi na aati
kunwaari hi rah jaati
jo main jaanta
meri dushman hai meri maata
jo main jaanta
meri dushman hai meri maata
zehar ka pyaala pee ke
kabhi ka mar jaata
jo main jaanta
meri dushman hai meri maata
zehar ka pyaala pee ke
kabhi ka mar jaata

udhar padi to khabardaar
ye last hai
kaali kaali raat hai
kaali kaali raat hai
per saas teri so jaaye to kuchh baat hai
per maa teri so jaaye to kya baat hai
kaali kaali raat hai
kaali kaali raat hai


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4615 Post No. : 16248

“Samaaj Ko Badal Daalo”(1970) was a “social” movie. It as directed by V Madhusudan Rao for Gemini Arts, Madras. The Movie had Ajay Sahni, Prem Chopra, Aruna Irani, Pran, Mehmood, Sharda, Kanchana, Shammi, Naki Jahaan, Kanhaiyalal, David, Pravin Pal, Jayshree Talpade, Baby Brahmaji, Baby Dolly, Manmohan Krishna, Dhumal, Sunder, Muki etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. Six songs have been covered in the past.

Today (7 March 2021) is the ninth remembrance day of Ravi (3 March 1926 – 7 March 2012). Tomorrow is the birth centennary of Sahir Ludhianvi (8 March 1921 – 25 October 1980). As a tribute to both, here is a song from “Samaaj Ko Badal Daalo”(1970). This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle, Rafi and chorus.

Lyrics of the song were sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala. Curiously, HFGK mentions this song as a female duet of Lata and Usha Mangeshkar. Listening to the song, we notice that it is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Rafi, with chorus. This is a Rafi song that does not find mention in the Rafi excel sheet floating online because HFGK (source of that sheet) does not mention it as a Rafi song. That way it is a Rafi song that can be said to be accidentally “discovered” by us. 🙂

Only the audio of the song seems to be available. I request our knoledgeable readers to thro light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Ye mausam ye khuli hawaa (Samaaj Ko Badal Daalo)(1970) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Rafi, Lyrics-Sahir Ludhianvi, MD-Ravi
Chorus

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapala)

ye mausam
ye khuli hawaa aa
jhoom ke chal
aur jhoom ke gaa

aaj ka din hai tera
aaj holiday
jollyday ae ae
holiday
ho jollyday ae

ye mausam
ye khuli hawaa aa
jhoom ke chal
aur jhoom ke gaa
aaj ka din hai tera
aaj holiday

holiday ae
jollyday ae ae
jollyday ae
holiday
holiday
ho jollyday ae
jollyday ae

udte baadal
gaate jharne
us par saath jawaani ka aa
haa haa aa
haa haa aa

udte baadal
gaate jharne
us par saath jawaani ka aa
aaj muraadein poori kar le
mausam hai manmaani ka aa

jhoom rahi fizaa aa
aaj holiday
holiday ae
jollyday ae
jollyday ae
holiday
holiday
ho jollyday
jollyday
ye mausam
ye khuli hawaa aa
jhoom ke chal
aur jhoom ke gaa
aaj ka din hai tera
aaj holiday

holiday ae
jollyday ae ae
jollyday ae
holiday
holiday
jollyday
jollyday ae

aa aa aa aa aa aa aa aa aa aa
haa haa haa haa haa haa haa aa
aa aa aa aa aa aa aa aa aa aa
haa haa haa haa haa haa haa aa

aaj ke din kya naataa apnaa
banjar khushq kitaabon se ae

haa haa haa aa
haa haa haa aa

aaj ke din kya naataa apnaa
banjar khushq kitaabon se ae

aaj ke din shaakhon se liptein
khele surkh gulaabon se ae
aaj bahak le zaraa aa
aaj holiday
holiday ae
he jollyday
jollyday ae
holiday
jollyday
ye mausam
ye khuli hawaa aa
jhoom ke chal
aur jhoom ke gaa
aaj ka din hai tera
aaj holiday

holiday ae
jollyday
jollyday ae
holiday
holiday
jollyday
jollyday ae

saanson ki khushboo ko pakdein
nazron ki aawaaz sunen
saanson ki khushboo ko pakdein
nazron ki aawaaz sunen
kisi ko apnaa bhed bataayein
kisi se uskaa raaz sune ae

aaj muaaf hai khataa aa
aaj holiday
holiday ae
he jollyday
jollyday ae
holiday
holiday
jollyday
jollyday
ye mausam
ye khuli hawaa aa
jhoom ke chal
aur jhoom ke gaa
aaj ka din hai tera
aaj holiday

holiday ae
jollyday
jollyday ae
holiday
holiday
jollyday
jollyday ae


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3761 Post No. : 14734 Movie Count :

4027

“Ajaamil”(1948) was directed by Jamnadas Kapadia for Sanskar Chitra, Bombay. The movie had Umakant, Malti, Kanta Kumari, Narmadashankar, Kashinath, Bhimji Bhai, Chandrika, Shanta bai, Suresh, Manhar Desai etc in it.

This obscure movie had twelve songs according to HFGK. A few of these songs have become available on YT. Though HFGK is silent about the singers of all these songs, One can make out which song contain which voices.

Here is the first song from “Ajaamil”(1948) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Rajkumari. Lyrics are penned by Kavi Prabhulal Dwiwedi according to HFGK. Music is composed by Master Mohan junior.

It is interesting to note that the uploader of this song, well known record collector Mr Girdharilal Vishhwakarma mention the lyricist as S P Tripathi, an entirely different name from what is mentioned in HFGK. I have gone with the name provided by uploader.

Music is composed by Master Mohan Junior.

With this song, “Ajaamil”(1948) makes its debut in the blog. As many as 149 HIndi movies were released in 1948. With this song, “Ajaamil”(1948) becomes the 100th movie of 1948 to find representation in the blog. So this is yet another example of an “artificial” though significant landmark for the blog. 🙂


Song-Maanat naahin bihaari re (Ajaamil)(1948) Singer-Rajkumari, Lyrics-S P Tripathi, MD-Master Mohan Junior

Lyrics

Maanat naahin bihaari re ae
laakh jatan kar haari re ae
Maanat naahin bihaari re ae
laakh jatan kar haari re ae

jaaun jahaan main
sang sang doley
jaaun jahaan main
sang sang doley
madhur madhur sur
bain wo boley
naath hamaare
nain ishaare
lok ki laaj bisaari re ae
lok ki laaj bisaari re ae
Maanat naahin bihaari re ae
laakh jatan kar haari re ae

aap mahaawar mehndi lagaaye
aap mahaawar mehndi lagaaye
aap hi ang hamaar sajaaye
aap hi mohe paan khilaaye
haat se apne lagaayi re
haat se apne lagaayi re
Maanat naahin bihaari re
laakh jatan kar haari re

roothh jo jaaun
mujhko manaaye
roothh jo jaaun
mujhko manaaye
pair paden
aur binti sunaayen
nain neer se
dhoye charan mora
kare manuhaar wo bhaari re ae
kare manuhaar wo bhaari re ae
Maanat naahin bihaari re ae
laakh jatan kar haari re ae
Maanat naahin bihaari re ae
laakh jatan kar haari re ae


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Blog Day : 3558 Post No. : 14270

“Holiday in Bombay”(1963) was directed by P L Santoshi for Yugchhaaya, Bombay. This movie, described as a “social” movie, was an entertaing comedy movie in fact. The movie had Shashi Kapoor, Vijaya Chaudhary, Rajendranath, Naseem Bano, Dhumal, P Kailash, Ulhaas, Randheer, Sulochana Chatterji, Rajan Haksar, Jeewankala, Ram Kumar, Renu Makkad, Heera Sawant, Kundan, B B Bhalla, D Dilip, Nazeer Kashmiri, Hublikar, Laxmi Chhaaya etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. Six of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the seventh song from “Holiday in Bombay”(1963) to appear in the blog. HFGK is silent about the identity of the singers as well as the lyricist.

Listening to the song, it is clear that the song is sung by Rafi, Balbir and chorus. Video of the song is available which shows that this song is lip synced by Shashi Kapoor and Rajendranath in a get together situation. This song is supposedly a Lord Krishn bhajan but it is actually an “expression of love” song sung by our hero and his side kick for their respective love interests.

The uploader has mentioned Anjaan as the lyricist and I have gone with that.

Music is composed by N Datta.

I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify the various actors who are visible in the picturisation of the song.


Song-Ratnaare matwaare raswaare kajraare nainwaa tihaare(Holiday in Bombay)(1963) Singers-Rafi, Balbir, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-N Datta
Both
Chorus

Lyrics

aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
ratnaare matwaare
raswaare kajraare
nainwa tihaare
jaadu mohpe daare
gori jaadu mohpe daare
jaadu mohpe daare
gori jaadu mohpe daare
ehe ratnaare matwaare
raswaare kajraare nainwa tihaare
jaadu mohpe daare
gori jaadu mohpe daare

jaadu mohpe daare
gori jaadu mohpe daare

jab tu nikle apne ghar se
jab tu nikle apne ghar se
man mora dekhan ko tarse ae
man mora dekhan ko tarse
bacha najariya saare nagar se mud mud mohe nihaare
aha
ratnaare matwaare
rasware
kajraare
nainwa tihaare
jaadu mohpe daare
gori jadu mohpe daare
jaadu mohpe daare
gori jaadu mohpe daare

manhaari tanhaari
raswaari ati pyaari
manhaari tanhaari
raswaari ati pyaari

bansuri tihaari
bansuri tihaari

manhaari tanhaari
raswaari ati pyaari
manhaari tanhaari
raswaari ati pyaari
bansuri tihaari
bansuri tihaari

manhaari tanhaari raswaari ati pyaari bansuri tihaari
jaadu mohpe daare
kaanha jaadu mohpe daare
jaadu mohpe daare
kaanha jadu mohpe daare

oy ratnaare matwaare
raswaare kajraare
nainwa tihaare jaadu mohpe daare
gor jaadu mohpe daare
jaadu mohpe daare
gori jaadu mohpe daare

anjaane mein aa bas gayi tu
anjaane mein aa bas gayi tu
roop se tan man ko kas gayi tu
roop se tan man ko kas gayi tu
naagan ban dil ko das gayi tu
ab tu hi zahar utaare

haay haay
ratnaare matwaare
raswaare kajraare nainwa tihaare
jaadu mohpe daare
gori jaadu mohpe daare
jaadu mohpe daare
gori jaadu mohpe daare
ratnaare matwaare
raswaare kajraare
manhaari tanhaari
raswaari ati pyaari

manhaari tanhaari
raswaari ati pyaari

bansuri tihaari
bansuri tihaari
manhaari tanhaari
raswaari ati pyaari

manhaari tanhaari
raswaari ati pyaari
bansuri tihaari
bansuri tihaari

manhaari tanhaari
raswaari ati pyaari
bansuri tihaari

jaadu mohpe daare
kaanha jaadu mohpe daare
jaadu mohpe daare kaanha
jaadu mohpe daare


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“Khaandaan”(1942) was directed by Shaukat Hussain Rizvi for Pancholi Pictures, Lahore. The movie had Noorjahaan, Ghulam Mohammad, Manorama, Ajmal, Durga Mota, Baby Akhtar, Ibrahim, Nafees, Pran, Krishn, Chami, G N Butt etc in it.
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ZAMEENDAAR (1942) was produced by Dalsukh Pancholi and directed by Moti B Gidwani for Pancholi Art Pictures, Lahore. The movie had Shanta Apte, S D Narang, Manorama, Ghulam Mohammed, M Ismail, Baby Akhtar, Durga Mota, M Azmal, Khairaati, G N Butt etc. in it.
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“Giribaala”(1947) was produced and directed by Madhu Bose for Madhu Bose Productions, Calcutta. The movie had Indrani Devi, Dheeraj, Ahindra Cahudhary, Hrishikesh, Chitralekha, Rajlaxmi, Kamta Prasad, B R Tandon, Poornima, Vitthal, Das Panchotia, Abani Mitra, Tulsi Chakraborty etc in it.
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“Bach Ke Rehna”(1949) was directed by Bhagwan for Bhagya Chitra, Bombay. The movie had Baburao, Bhagwan, Vasant Rao, Azim, Deepak, Kantilal, Swami, Leela Gupte, Razia etc in it.
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“Bach Ke Rehna”(1949) was directed by Bhagwan for Bhagya Chitra, Bombay. The movie had Baburao, Bhagwan, Vasant Rao, Azim, Deepak, Kantilal, Swami, Leela Gupte, Razia etc in it.
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This blog discusses Bollywood songs of yesteryears. Every song has a brief description, followed by a video link, and complete lyrics of the song.

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