Advertisements

Atul’s Song A Day- A choice collection of Hindi Film & Non-Film Songs

Archive for the ‘Sudha Malhotra songs’ Category


This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day : 3484 Post No. : 13995

Today (31 january 2018) is the last day of the first month on the year 2018. The new year began just 31 days ago. It already appears to most people that first january 2018 was long long ago. 🙂 Most people have already given up on their new year resolutions by now, assuming that they actually made such resolutions in the first place.

I am far more disciplined and determined as far as sticking to my resolutions are concerned. My two new year resolutions for the blog were –
(a) to post one “debutant”” movie song every day.
(b) to post one YIPPEE movie song every day.

We have so far managed to stick to our resolutions.

Our regulars have been a great help in the cause of introducing “debutant” movies to the blog as some of the articles contributed by them are the first song of movies. There are still a couple of thousand movies that are not yet covered in the blog so introducing “debutant” songs on a regular basis is a resolution that one can stick to without much problem.

The “YIPPEE” resolution is rather more challenging. It basically means covering ALL the songs of a movie. While it is possible to get a few songs for many movies, getting ALL the songs of a movie is a tough challenge. There may be some movies where all songs are easily available, but most movies turn out to be such where one or two songs are quite rare and are unavailable online. Locating these elusive songs becomes a challenge – and a time consuming challenge at that. The fact that we now a days post only about three or four songs a day, and not six or seven as was the case in the past, can be partially explained by the fact that we give considerable thought to YIPPIABLE movies these days, which was not the case in the past.

I have a list of movies that have just one or two songs left in them. So at any given day, I have several movies to pick from for YIPPYing. This choice sometimes comes to our rescue. For instance, it turns out that not one but two movies with suitable final song that we thought were YIPPiable on 26 January turned out to contain another song in them. Still, I was able to post another appropriate song from another movie that turned out to be the YIPPEE movie of that day. I in fact had one more movie as YIPPEE backup for republic day. 🙂

While posting YIPPEE movies daily, we cannot neglect those movies that have three or four songs left in them. We need to regularly cover these songs so that we have more number of movies with just one song left so that we can have a steady supply of YIPPiable movies.

The final song of some of these YIPPIable movies are so great that I am tempted to hold them back. The song under question is one such song. This song is from “Gauhar” (1953).

“Gauhar” (1953) was directed by F H Hasan for All Indian Pictures production, Bombay. The movie had Bina Rai, Rehman, Agha, Vijaylaxmi, Chaman Puri, Charlie, Cuckoo etc in it.

This movie had six songs in it. Five of these songs have been covered in the blog in the past. This sixth and final song is a rare song, and one that sounds like an archtypical puraani film ka song. I have liked this song so much that I toyed with the idea of this song being utilised as a century song, and even as a thousandth song for the blog. But finally I have decided that we cannot hold on to our YIPPIable songs just like that. Sooner or later we have to cover these songs.

So finally, I am letting go of this superb song from “Gauhar” (1953). This song is sung by Shamshad Begum and Sudha Malhotra. Shakeel Badayuni is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ghulam Mohammad.

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

With this song,”Gauhar” (1953) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


song-Sainyya tore painyya padoon aa jaa re (Gauhar)(1953) Singers-Shamshad Begam, Sudha Malhotra , Lyrics-Shakeel Badayuni, MD-Ghulam Mohammad
Chorus

Lyrics

sainyya tore painyya padoon
aa jaa re
more man ki agan ko bujha jaa re
ho o o o
o o o
ho o o o
o o o

o o o
o o o
o o o
aayi rut albeli
naache bela aur chameli
ee ee ee
aayi rut albeli
naache bela aur chameli
ee ee
tujh bin kaise rahoon main akeli
tujh bin kaise rahoon main akeli
dekh dekh mori pyaasi ankhiyaan
o dekh dekh mori pyaasi ankhiyaan
taane maaren sakhiyaan

mohe ab to daras dikhla jaa re
mohe ab to daras dikhla jaa re
sainyya tore paiyya padoon
aa jaa re
more man ki agan ko bujha jaa re
ho o o o
o o o
o o o
o o o

o o o o
o o o
chanchal geet sunaayen sakhiyaan
mehfil mein sharmaaun
oon oon oon
chanchal geet sunaayen sakhiyaan
mehfil mein sharmaaun
oon
gaa kar apna main bhed chhupaaoon
gaa kar apna main bhed chhupaaoon
prem raag sun sun ke tora
o prem raag sun sun ke tora
naache hai man mora

tu bhi sajna milan dhun gaa jaa re
tu bhi sajna milan dhun gaa jaa re
sainyya tore painyya padoon
aa jaa re ae
sainyya tore painyya padoon
aa jaa re
more man ki agan ko bujha jaa re
more man ki agan ko bujha jaa re
ho o o o
o o o
o o o
o o o

Advertisements

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 sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day : 3479 Post No. : 13976

I congratulate all our readers on the auspicious occasion of this 69th REPUBLIC DAY of our country (26 january 2018).

Seriously, how many of us really know the definition of a Republic ? As per the Oxford Dictionary, “A Republic is a sovereign country, which is organised with a form of Government in which the power resides with elected individuals, who exercise power according to the rule of the law “. In short, it is a government of the people, by the people and for the people.

After India achieved freedom in 1947, some films on Patriotic themes were made. ‘Andolan’ (1951) was one such film. Made by Harnam Motwane, under his banner Motwane Ltd, this film is labelled as a ‘historic’ film by HFGK. That may be because in this film the history of India’s independence struggle from 1885 to 1947 is shown with the documentaries and actual footage (with a basic film story, of course) from short films made by Films Division and some film companies like Krishna and Kohinoor films.

This was Kishore Kumar’s first film as a hero and his role was a serious one, that of a militant hero. Though in his later career, Kishore became famous and popular as a comedian – a reluctant one, though, he always yearned for serious roles in serious films. When he started producing his own films, he took the opportunity to make some serious films.

Today’s song is from film ‘Andolan’. It is not a film song actually, but our National Song, suitably woven into the film story. “Vande Maataram” could have been our National Anthem, but things were manoeuvred in such a way that it did not get that place of honour. Let us see a brief history of Vande Mataram through the years.

It was Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay who wrote the lyrics for the powerful “Vande Maataram”. It was Sanyasi Rebellion (1763-1800) that inspired Bankim to write the historic novel ‘Ananda Matth’. Actually, the lyrics of this song came much before the novel. He wrote the lyrics while he was riding in a train and was inspired by the scenic landscape, beautiful lakes and charm of nature in its expansive splendor. The poet in him got totally inspired and burst into penning down lyrics for this soul stirring poem. However, it took few more years for the poem to reach to the masses.

On April 14th 1906, at the Bengali Provincial Conference of Indian National Congress at Barisal, Bankim revealed this power-packed mantra to the masses. The pledge for undoing the then partition of Bengal was also taken at this conference. And “Vande Maatarm” became a weapon in the hands of patriotic revolutionaries of India which shook the foundation of British Raj. Many hard core patriots went to gallows while holding Bhagwath Geeta in one hand and the lines of “Vande Maataram” on their lips.

“Vande Maataram” even reached the shores of America in 1912 and the Gadar party was formed to fight against British Colonialism, with vows of patriotism singing the lines of this inspirational poem. Four Indian revolutionaries from Independence League in Japan were caught by British forces and were sentenced to death. All four went to gallows with “Vande Maataram” on their lips.

National Anthem of Azad Hind Fauj (Indian National Army – INA) led by Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, was a soul-stirring adoration of the motherland India which inspired thousands of soldiers to lay down their lives for India’s independence. Netaji writes about “Vande Mataram” in his autobiography calling it as the National Anthem of India. In his writings, he says – “Vande Maataram” literally means “I salute you, O Mother”.

“Vande Maataram” inspired twenty four soldiers of Bristish Indian Army stationed in Tamilnadu in 1940’s. And British arrested all twenty four on charges of mutiny and were sentenced to death. In Madras (now Chennai) Jail all twenty four went to gallows once again with “Vande Maataram” on their lips.

The acceptance and usage of this poem was also fraught with controversies. The Muslim League opposed the acceptance of this poem on grounds of religious sentiments, as early as 1908. Taking a rigid and parochial view, based on a certain interpretations of the fundamental tenets of Islamic traditions, they claimed that their religion disallowed them to bow their head in worship and salute to any person or symbol other than Allah, the Almighty. By this logic, they said, a salute to even as revered a symbol as the Motherland, would be hurting their religious sentiments.

In 1922, Congress leaders with Nehru as a party leader decided to maim “Vande Maataram” by allowing only first two stanzas of this poem to be sung. Muslim League still persisted in its objection, and in 1938, Jinnah placed before Nehru his demand for completely abandoning this poem.
[Ed Note: There is ample evidence to also show that such divisive manipulations was the handiwork of the British. It was the British who wanted the ‘Jana Gana Mana. . .’ poem by Rabindranath Tagore, to take precedence over all other such similar candidates. They wanted to stress their superiority and control over the leaders and people of India, simply because the creation of Rabindranath Tagore was originally written in the honor of the British king. And that both the Muslim League and the Indian National Congress were simply toeing the British line.]

Nehru further went on to say that lyrics of “Vande Maataram” were not suitable for composing it into a melody. And no orchestra will be able to play such a song. But one patriot-musician Master Krishna Rao Phulambrikar from Pune proved Nehru wrong. He composed “Vande Maataram” in a very melodious tune. However, Nehru wanted to get okay from British Band (orchestra) experts. Master Krishna Rao Phulambrikar came to Bombay (now Mumbai) and played his composition to British Band experts and they approved it after playing smoothly in their orchestra. This proved for the first time that “Vande Maataram” could be composed melodiously.
[Author’s Note : I do not understand here why Nehru wanted an okay from British Band in the first place].

In spite of all these efforts, Congress leaders did not like the idea of making this poem as the National Anthem of India. Even before the official decision was taken by Constituent Assembly on this issue, “Jana Gana Mana” was played as National Anthem in the UN General Assembly in 1947. If congress (read – Nehru) would not have hastened there was a possibility that “Vande Maataram” would have been adopted as National Anthem of India by majority votes of assembly members.

But things took place behind the scenes. The question never came to Constituent Assembly. Instead of passing a resolution for adopting National Anthem by majority votes, the first President of India Dr. Rajendra Prasad was asked to announce on January 24th, 1950 saying that “Jana Gana Mana” will be the National Anthem of India and “Vande Maataram” will have equal status with it.

Of course, Vande Mataram does not need any official stamp of being a National Anthem from Government of India so long as it lives in the hearts of millions and millions of Indians all across the globe. (Adapted from an article by Dr N Kamath, with thanks).

As far as the story of film ‘Andolan’ is concerned, this is what its film booklet says-

In the year 1885, Charu Dutt, a worldly-wise patriot, journeys from his little village to attend the first session of the Indian National Congress, held in Bombay. Fired with patriotic zeal, he returns to his village and speaks to his friends and relatives of the new wave that is about to spread over India. To his son he explains the cultural and political past of India, from the dawn of her history upto the turbulence of 1857. The years roll on, and we come to the partition of Bengal. There is thunder in the air, and India’s inspiring song, “Vande Maataram”, is born. The struggle gathers strength. Mahatma Gandhi appears, and freedom comes closer. 1920. . . 1921. . . Simon Commission, Bardoli, Dandi, 1930. . . 1932. . . the battle rages and the drama heightens. Then, August 1942 and Quit India, and on to the final chapter in our freedom story, which unfolds in this film as the story of a single family, representing the nation of which they are the heart-beats.

According to a Review of this film, published in those days-

The true patriot that he was, Pannalal Ghosh gave stirring compositions and flute playback for the memorable film ‘Andolan’. This film starred Shivraj, Kishore Kumar, Manju, Pushpa, Sushma, Parsuram, and Tiwari and was directed by Phani Majumdar for Motwane Ltd.

The film, made at Bombay Talkies, was produced by the distributors of the Chicago Radio PA systems. Kishore Kumar plays the role of the militant hero of this quasi-documentary. It is a stridently nationalistic story of India’s freedom struggle, presented through the expressions of a Bengali family from 1885 (when the Indian National Congress was established) to 1947. It has the actual footage of India’s freedom struggle. Speeches and talks of our national leaders, Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru and many others are included in the narrative of this film.

Important events incorporated into the plot were Mahatma Gandhi’s Satyagrah (1920), the Simon Commission (1928), Sardar Vallabh bhai Patel’s Bardoli Satyagrah (1928) and the 1942 Quit India agitation. Old documentary footage purchased from Kohinoor and Krishna Films, as well as a shot of Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore singing Jana Gana Mana are included. The song “Vande Maataram” rendered by Parul Ghosh, Sudha, and Manna Dey is based on Raaga Miyan Malhar. “Prabhu Charanon Main Aaya Pujari” in Raaga ‘Shree’ and “Radha Ne Kiya”, both rendered by Parul Ghosh are appreciated by music lovers. “Subah Ki Pahili Kiran Tak Zindagi Mushkil Mein Hai” rendered by Kishore Kumar, Manna Dey and others is a unique experimentation in Bhor music.

The film was directed by Phani Mujumdar (28-12-1911 to 16-5-1994), who was already a seasoned Director. He is the only Director who directed films in 9 languages (Hindi, Bangla, English, Malay, Chinese, Magadhi, Maithili, Aasamese and Punjabi). He started his career assisting PC Barua in Calcutta. Besides ‘Street Singer’ (1938) and ‘Kapaal Kundala’ (1939), he had directed a total of 29 films,which include several hit films like ‘Baadbaan’, ‘Doctor’, ‘Tamanna’, ‘Door Chalen’, ‘Faraar’, ‘Aarti’, ‘Kanyadan’, ‘Akashdeep’, ‘Oonche Log’ etc. Here is a short biosketch and an obitury on him, published in The Independent, Calcutta, on 22-6-1994, and is written by the famous film historian and author of ‘Encyclopedia of Indian Cinema’ – Ashish Rajadhyaksha.

PHANI MAJUMDAR was a pioneer of Indian cinema, working in the late 1930s with PC Barua, India’s equivalent of DW Griffith, in the famous New Theatres Studio of Calcutta. Here, between 1936 and 1939, new standards were set for Indian motion pictures in a series of reflective, lyrical films that brought cinema closer to life and literature.

Majumdar’s contribution was ‘Street Singer’ (1938), a melancholy love story, his debut and a classic of Indian cinema. Its male lead, Kundan Lal Saigal, sang his immortal song ‘Babul Mora’ here, on a charged symbolic landscape of boats adrift in the mist. The Famine of 1943 and Partition of India were events of the future yet much of the symbolism of Bengal, the redolent Tagorean motifs of life-giving rivers, the feudal elite recreating the 19th century in desolate mansions – all the stuff that Satyajit Ray later spoke of as ‘the past’ – was in place with Street Singer. It was watched, not just as a love story par excellence, but as an expression of themes of Indian identity and nationalism which would be relevant for India, and Majumdar, even beyond Independence.

Majumdar was born in Faridpur, in what is now Bangladesh, in 1911. From Calcutta he moved to Bombay in 1941, directing classic musicals which often promoted traditional ways of Indian life, with stars like Suraiya in ‘Tamanna’ (1942), Shanta Apte in ‘Mohabbat’ (1943), and the blind singer KC Dey.

Majumdar’s Andolan (1951), Indian cinema’s most elaborately constructed nationalist propaganda feature, was made to promote Nehru’s Congress Party and was the closest that India ever came, on film, to defining a popular culture of nationalism: a small family in Bengal experiences in microcosm the major political events in the country, from 1885 (when the Congress Party was established) to Independence.

Majumdar returned to India from working in Singapore in the 1960s, and proceeded to make films in Punjabi, and even in obscure languages like Magadhi (‘Bhaiya’, 1961) and Maithili (‘Kanyadaan’, 1965). His interest in themes of an intrinsically Indian nature was a driving force to the end of his career. He worked on the television phenomenon of the 1980s in India, the 78-part religious epic ‘The Ramayana’, and was working on a television series ‘Our India’ when he died. No doubt, had he lived, the ‘Our India’ series, on a state television network struggling to hold its own in competition with satellite, would have been the fitting finale to a career which started with ‘Street Singer’.

The film had a cast consisting of Kishore kumar, Shivraj, Manju, Parshuram, Tiwari, Krishnakant, Sachin Shankar, Pushpa, Gauri devi etc etc. The recording of the songs of this film were done in November 1949 to August 1950 itself. Actor Krishnakant aka K.K. who acted in this film, did the role of Rehmu (Rehman) – a 20 year old young man. By the end of the film, he becomes an 85 year old Rehmu Chacha. He has written about this film in his Gujarati autobiography, ‘Guzra hua zamana’, that he had to do the make up differently for every shot of his role – from young to old. His make up man was Dada Paranjape, who had worked in Prabhat and Rajkamal with V Shantaram. The shooting of the film was done in Bhopal and nearby areas. All the actors and crew had to stay in Military Barracks and had to report at 7 am for shootings. The season was winter and the cold of Bhopal was unbearable. Constant tea/coffee supply was arranged.

For lack of any big stars and actors, distributors were wary of taking the film. A grand premiere was arranged, attended by Dev Anand, Raj Kapoor, Meena kumari, Madhubala, Geeta Bali and others. However, the film did not do big business. Probably, the documentary type presentation was not impressive enough.

The film has 6 songs. Today’s song is the second song to be posted here. The first song was discussed few years ago. On this auspicious occasion of our Republic Day, let us listen to “Vande Maataram”, sung by Parul Ghosh, Sudha Malhotra, Manna Dey, Sailesh Kumar and Chorus.


Song- Vande Maataram (Aandolan)(1951) Singers- Parul Ghosh, Sudha Malhotra, Manna Dey, Sailesh Kumar, Lyrics-Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay, MD- Pannalal Ghosh

Lyrics

vande maataram
vande maataram

vande maataram
vande maataram
vande maataram
vande maataram
vande maataram
vande maataram

sujalaam sufalaam
malayaj sheetalaam
shasyashyaamalaam maataram
maataram
sujalaam sufalaam
malayaj sheetalaam
shasyashyaamalaam maataram
maataram
vande maataram
vande maataram
vande maataram
vande maataram

shubhrajyotsna pulakit yaaminim
phulla kusumita drumadal shobhinim
shubhrajyotsna pulakit yaaminim
phulla kusumita drumadal shobhinim
suhaasinim sumadhura bhaashhinim
sukhadaam varadaam maataram
maataram
suhaasinim sumadhura bhaashhinim
sukhadaam varadaam maataram
maataram
vande maataram
vande maataram
vande maataram
vande maataram

sujalaam sufalaam
malayaj sheetalaam
shasyashyaamalaam maataram
maataram
sujalaam sufalaam
malayaj sheetalaam
shasyashyaamalaam maataram
maataram
vande maataram
vande maataram
vande maataram


This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

“Alladin Laila”(1957) was produced by Mulkraj Bhakri and directed by Lekhraj Bhakri for Golden Movies, Bombay. This “imaginary” (kaalpnik) movie had Shakila, Mahipal, Heeralal, Maruti, Niranjan Sharma, Kammo, Krishna Kumari, Lalita Pawar, Sadiq, Nadir Mota, Tuntun, Kesri, Naazi, Kanchanmala, Saleem, Seemaab etc in it.

This movie had eight songs in it. One song has been covered in the past some si years ago.

Here is the second song from “Alladin Laila”(1957) to appear in the blog. This rare song is sung by Talat Mehmood and Sudha Malhotra, Kaif Irfani is the lyricist. Music is composed by A R qureshy.

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

I have not been able to get a word (or more) right in the lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable.


Song-Ae gardish e zamaana kab tak ye gham sahenge(Alladin Laila)(1957) Singers-Talat Mehmood, Sudha Malhotra, Lyrics-Kaif Irfani, MD-A R Qureshy

Lyrics

ae gardish e zamaana
kab tak ye gham sahenge ae
ae gardish e zamaana
kab tak ye gham sahenge
wo din nahin rahe to o
wo din nahin rahe to
ye bhi nahin rahenge ae

ae gardish e zamaana
kab tak ye gham sahenge

ab kya bachegi duniya
ab hoga kya savera
kuchh soojhta nahin hai
chhaaya hai wo andhera
maayoos ho naa itna
hone ko hai savera aa
allah to le raha hai
yeh imtihaan tera
maalik pe rakh bharosa aa
maalik pe rakh bharosa
yeh tujhse hum kahenge ae
ae gardish e zamaana
kab tak ye gham sahenge

ab ek pal bhi jeena
mujhko nahin gawaara
ae maut tu kahaan hai
ab de mujhe sahaara
himmat se kaam le tu
aahen naa bhar khudaara
yeh keh raha hai tujhse
rahmat kaa ik ishaara
sab door hogi mushqil
sab door hogi mushqil
yeh din nahin rahenge

ae gardish e zamaana
kab tak ye gham sahenge
wo bhi nahin rahe to
ye bhi nahin rahenge

———————————————————
Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
———————————————————

ए गर्दिश ए ज़माना
कब तक ये ग़म सहेंगे
ए गर्दिश ए ज़माना
कब तक ये ग़म सहेंगे
वो दिन नहीं रहे तो
वो दिन नहीं रहे तो
ये भी नहीं रहेंगे
ए गर्दिश ए ज़माना
कब तक ये ग़म सहेंगे

अब क्या बचेगी दुनिया
अब होगा क्या सवेरा
कुछ सूझता नहीं है
छाया है वो अंधेरा
मायूस हो ना इतना
होने को है सवेरा
अल्लाह तो ले रहा है
ये इम्तिहान तेरा
मालिक पे रख भरोसा
मालिक पे रख भरोसा
ये तुझ से हम कहेंगे
ए गर्दिश ए ज़माना
कब तक ये ग़म सहेंगे

अब एक पल भी जीना
मुझको नहीं गवारा
ए मौत तू कहाँ है
अब दे मुझे सहारा
हिम्मत से काम ले तू
आहें ना भर खुदारा
ये कह रहा है तुझसे
रहमत के इक इशारा
सब दूर होगी मुश्किल
सब दूर होगी मुश्किल
ये दिन नहीं रहेंगे
ए गर्दिश ए ज़माना
कब तक ये ग़म सहेंगे
वो भी नहीं रहे तो
ये भी नहीं रहेंगे


This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

“Gokul Ka Chor”(1959) was produced by Sharad Pai and directed by Vasant Painter for Roopvani Films, Bombay. This partially colour film had Kumkum, Romi, Heeralal, Manorama, Mohan Choti, Ratnamala, Vasantrao Pahalwan, Lalit Kapoor, Pal Sharma, Madhav Kale, S K Shukla, Vishwas, Madhu Apte, Sulochana etc in it.

Two song from this movie have been discussed in the past.

Today (30 november 2017) is the 81 st birthday of Sudha Malhotra (30 november 1936).

Sudha Malhotra had complete her century of songs in january this year. She is the latest among playback singers to have reached three figure of songs.

The writeup on her century post ives information about her career. She sang around 250 songs during her playback career. It is interesting to notice that the bulk of her playback singing took place during the period between 1957 and 1960.

On the occasion of Sudha Malhotra’s birth anniversary, here is a song from “Gokul Ka Chor”(1959). Lyrics may be common, but this song itself is a rarely heard song. This song is sung by Sudha Malhotra. Madhukar Rajasthani is the lyricist. music is composed by Sudhir Phadke.

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


Song-Maiyya mori main nahin maakhan khaayo (Gokul Ka Chor)(1959) Singer-Sudha Malhotra, Lyrics-Madhukar Rajasthani, MD-Sudhir Phadke

Lyrics

maiyya mori main nahin maakhan khaayo
maiyya mori main nahin maakhan khaayo
maakhan hai hi kahaan gokul mein
jo main leun khaaye
poochh tu unse jaa ke maiya
nit dho kar le jaayen
o o
paawan go ras se ang dhulte
sunke main dukh paau
sun ke dukh paayo
o o
main nahin maakhan khaayo
maiyya mori
main nahin maakhan khaayo

neer piye panchhi ke maiya
nadiya sookh na paaye ae ae
par vyaakul ho pyaas se panchhi
tat pe shor machaayen
o o
aag lagi hai jal pe maahi
dekh ke main bharmaayo
dekh ke bharmaayo o o
main nahin maakhan khaayo
maiya mori main nahin maakhan khaayo

hans ko roop liyo kaaga ne
maakhan moti khaaye
chanchal mohini maaya sabko
pag pag rahi nachaaye
ho o
paayal ki jhankaar mein maiya
baal vilaap chhupaayo
vilaap chhupaayo o o
main nahin maakhan khaayo
maiyya mori main nahin maakhan khaayo


This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

“Patit Paawan”(1955) was produced by Hemavati Sapru and directed by Vasant Painer for D K Films, Bombay. The movie had D K Sapru, Sulochana, Ulhas, Hamavati, Lalita Pawar, Bipin Gupta, Jeewan, Ranjan Haksar, Nand Kishore, Parshuram etc. in it.

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

Here is the third song from “Patit Paawan”(1955) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Sudha Malhotra and Mubarak Begam. Bharat Vyas is the lyricist. Music is composed by Jamal Sen.

I have not been able to get a word (or may be more) right in the lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable.

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


Song-Jeewan ka tu ujiyaara hai (Patit Paawan)(1955) Singers- Mubarak Begum, Sudha Malhotra, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-Jamal Sen
Mubarak Begum + Sudha Malhotra

Lyrics

jeevan ka tu ujiyaara hai
rakhwaara bansi waara hai
jeevan ka tu ujiyaara hai
rakhwaara bansiwaara hai
saanwariya
morey saanwariya

do nainan ke deep jala ke
do nainan ke deep jala ke
geet preet ke gaaun main to
geet preet ke gaaun oon
mann ka mangal thaal sajaa kar
mann ka mangal thaal sajaa kar
prem ka bhog chadhaaun
mein aen prem ka bhog chadhaaun

main tera jeevan saathi
tu deepak hai main baati
main tera jeevan saathi hoon
tu deepak hai main baati hoon
saanwariya
morey saanwariya

tera mera saath puraana
tera mera saath puraana
janm janm ka naata mera
janm janm ka naata aa aa
pal pal tere geet raseele
pal pal tere geet raseele
praan papeeha gaata ho o
praan papeeha gaata

main bijali hoon tu baadal hai
main naina hoon tu kaajal hai
main bijli hoon tu baadal hai
main naina hoon tu kaajal hai
naagariya
morey saanwariya
jeevan ka tu ujiyaara hai
rakhwaaraa bansi waara hai
saanwariya
morey saanwariya


This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

“Gauhar” (1953) was directed by F H Hasan for All Indian Pictures production, Bombay. The movie had Bina Rai, Rehman, Agha, Vijaylaxmi, Chaman Puri, Charlie, Cuckoo etc in it.
Read more on this topic…


This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

In Hindi films have a few commandments that are scrupulously followed by all movie makers.

The first commandment is:

1. There shall be song and dance.

As a blog dealing with songs, most of which are accompanied by dance, we can authentically claim to have vast experience and knowledge when it comes to talking about songs and dances in Hindi movies. 🙂
Read more on this topic…


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 sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Today’s song is from the film Captain India-1960. Not only this film is making a Debut on the Blog, but its Music Director- Hemant Kedar- too is making his Debut here. It is a rare occasion these days that a music Director makes his Debut in the blog, because we have covered so many MDs already ( at my last count, we have covered 462 MDs on this Blog). However, there are still a large number of MDs whom we have yet to listen. From 1931 to till today, as per a rough estimate, there could be almost 500 to 700 Music Directors.
Read more on this topic…


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

It is my turn today to celebrate a ‘Yippeee’.  I am not sure if I have specifically announced a ‘Yippeee’ in any of my earlier posts. Possibly that could have been before the term ‘Yippeee’ was coined. Today we announce the completion of posting of all songs of the 1956 film ‘Makheechoos’. The important thing for me is that the music is by that unsung genius Vinod.
Read more on this topic…


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

Another request from Arvinder ji.  And another delightful song that I must thank him for introducing to me. I heard this song for the first time after Arvinder ji’s persistent requests finally made me pull this song out and listen to it. It was love at first hear 😉 (ah, the phrase being used again today). And yes, another theme being used again today is the ‘keep your hearts safe’ message. In an earlier post today, Atul ji has uploaded the Shamshad Begum song – “Meri Nazren Pockekmaar Sambhaalo Dil Ke Pocket Ko”. And in this song, the lady is announcing that

आई हूँ रंग ले के मैं बहार के
रखना काबू
दिल रखना काबू

The film is ‘Naag Padmini’ from 1957. This is a historical film, produced by Mulkhraj Bhakri under the banner of Golden Movies, Bombay and is directed by Lekhraj Bhakri. The cast of actors includes Mahipal, Shakeela, Hiralal, Maruti, Tiwari, Niranjan Sharma, Kammo, Krishna Kumari, Kanchanmala, Tun Tun, Daljeet, Sadiq, amongst others. There are 8 songs in this film, all coming from the pen of Prem Dhawan. Music is by Sanmukh Babu.
Read more on this topic…


Advertisements

Important Announcement

(© 2008 - 2018) atulsongaday.me The content of this site is copyrighted and it may not be reproduced elsewhere without prior consent from the site/ author of the content.

What is this blog all about

This blog discusses Bollywood songs of yesteryears. Every song has a brief description, followed by a video link, and complete lyrics of the song.

This is a labour of love, where “new” songs are added every day, and that has been the case for more than nine years. This blog has over 14000 song posts by now.

This blog is active and online for over 3500 days since its beginning on 19 july 2008.

Total number of songs posts discussed

14075

Number of movies covered in the blog

Movies with all their songs covered =1084
Total Number of movies covered =3841

Total visits so far

  • 10,111,640 hits

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 1,571 other followers

Bookmark

Bookmark and Share

Category of songs

Archives

Current Visitors

visitors whereabouts

blogcatalog

Music Blogs - BlogCatalog Blog Directory

blogadda

Stumble

Historical dates

Blog Start date: 19 july 2008

Active for more than 3500 days.

Advertisements
%d bloggers like this: