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Archive for the ‘Sulking-Appeasing song’ Category


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“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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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.

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3721 Post No. : 14657 Movie Count :

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Today’s song is from a very old film, Raja Gopichand-1938. The film was made by Saraswati Cinetone, Poone in Hindi and Marathi. The film was directed by Bhal G Pendharkar. The music director was C.Balaji. Name of the Lyricist is not mentioned in HFGK. The cast of the film was Chandrakant, Ranade, Chandraprabha, Miss Leela, Usha, Dinkar Kamanna etc.etc. The story was written by Pendharkar and it was translated by Shri Arun, B.A., for film’s Hindi version.

Saraswati Cinetone was a film making company owned by one of the Pioneers of Talkie films in India- Dadasaheb Torne. He is one of those less fortunate people in the film industry, who failed to get the credit of being the First to make a full length Silent film in India. But there are a large number of people in India, who believe that the first film in India was made by Torne and not Phalke. Torne achieved that feat one year before Phalke released his film in 1913. Saraswati Cinetone was one of the major film making company in India in those days.

The young man who migrated from Konkan to Mumbai in search of a new horizon was the pioneer of Indian cinema, Ramchandra Gopal alias Dadasaheb Torne. Unfortunately, this name did not find its rightful place in the history of Indian cinema. Dadasaheb Torne, who had a flood of accolades for his various achievements in the film industry, lost his life’s work in real floods that occurred on July 12, 1961, when the swollen waters of Mutha River destroyed all the valuable negatives, photographs, documents after bursting from Panshet dam near Pune.

The forgotten father of Indian Cinema Ramchandra Gopal alias Dadasaheb Torne made the first ever Indian film ‘Pundalik’ which was screened at the Coronation Cinematograph in Mumbai on May 18, 1912. That was one year prior to Dhundiraj Govind alias Dadasaheb Phalke’s ‘Raja Harishchandra’ which was released at the same venue on May 3, 1913.

Born on April 13, 1890, at Sukalwad in Malvan taluka of (undivided) Ratnagiri district (now Sindhudurg district) Dadasaheb Torne lost his father when he was three years old. His mother Radhabai brought him up. Due to financial difficulties he could not get higher education.

After being involved in the distribution of full-length (30-40 minute long) English films in India, he hit upon the idea of film making, and founded his own studio ‘Saraswati Cinetone’ (1931) in Pune. Under Saraswati’s banner he produced memorable movies like ‘Shyamsundar’, ‘Aut Ghatkecha Raja’, ‘Bhakt Pralhad’, ‘Chhatrapati Sambhaji’, ‘Thaksen Rajputra’, ‘Savitri’, ‘Raja Gopichand’, ‘Bhagva Jhenda’, ‘Majhi Ladki’, ‘Devyani’.

‘Shyamsundar’-32 was the first ever Indian movie to celebrate silver jubilee. Dadasaheb Torne introduced the first ever double role in ‘Aut Ghatkecha Raja’. He was equally proficient in editing and sound recording. He successfully experimented trick scenes in ‘Bhakt Pralhad’ and ‘Savitri’ in the decade of 1930-1940 when the film technique was not advanced.

He gave first break to artists like Rose, Shahu Modak, Dada Salvi, Jayashri (Shantaram), Dinkar Kamanna (Dhere), Ratnamala (Kamal Desai) and Indurani.

Many famous music directors of the earlier years, such as Annasaheb Mainkar, Sureshbabu Mane, C. Balaji and Vinayakbuwa Patwardhan were introduced by Torne.

Dadasaheb Torne also worked as a manager at Maharashtra Film Company, Kolhapur from 1920 to 1924, and worked as a general manager at Laxmi Cinetone, Royal Art Company, Imperial Film Company and Sagar Movietone, later.

Dadasaheb Torne breathed his last on January 19, 1960 in Pune.

Movies produced: ‘Pundlik’ (1912), ‘Sati ka Shaap’ (1923), ‘Prithvivallabh’ (1924), ‘Neera’ (1926), ‘Sindbad Khalasi’ (1930).

Movies produced under the banner of ‘Saraswati Cinetone’: ‘Shyamsundar’ (1932), ‘Aut Ghatkecha Raja’ (1933), ‘Bhakt Pralhad‘ (1933), ‘Chhatrapati Sambhaji’ (1934), ‘Thaksen Rajputra (1934), ‘Krishna shishtai’ (1935), ’Savitri’ (1936), ‘Raja Gopichand’ (1938), ‘Sach Hai’ (Hindi-1939), ‘Bhagva Jhenda’ (1939), ‘Majhi Laadki’ (1939), ‘Devyani’ (1940), ‘Narad Naradi’ (1941), ‘Navardev’ (1941), ‘Awaz’ (Hindi-1942).

As far as the star cast is concerned,lead actor Chandrakant ( father of today’s award winning actor Vikram Gokhale) was given this name by pendharkar. His real name was Gopal. The lead Heroine Leela was Leela Chandragiri, about whom I have written in details in my article on film Alakh Niranjan-40. Dinkar Kamanna( Dhere) was a famous and popular comedian on Marathi drama stage.

Let us now come to the Music Director C.Balaji. I am sure, hardly anyone has ever heard his name so far. it is natural also, because Balaji gave music only to 2 Hindi films. The other film was Paisa-41. Both his films were bilingual-in Hindi and Marathi. Basically Balaji was a marathi film composer. He was the first music director to change his name to look like a South indian name. C.Ramchandra came much later.

His real name was Balaji Gopal Chougule. Originally his family was from Kolhapur, but he was born at Varanashi on 12-10-1913. After the death of his maternal grandfather Balaji came to Kolhapur. here he learnt music from Ustad Manji khan (son of Ustad Alladiya khan), Shankarrao Sarnaik and Govindrao Tembe. Tembe taught him the skill to give music to films.

He started working with some drama companies like Kirloskar natak mandali and Yeshwant Sangeet mandali, as a Harmonium player. In 1937, he became assistant to Govindrao Tembe for film ‘Pratibha'(Hindi/marathi). When Tembe left the film halfway, he completed its music, but his name was not credited. He got his first Marathi film independently, Kanhopatra. Its songs became very popular. Pendharkar gave him Raja Gopichand-38 as an independent MD. Later he did another film in Hindi/Marathi, Paisa-41.

In 1945, Balaji started learning music again, this time under Bhurji khan(youngest son of Alladiya Khan). Balaji gave music to 5 Marathi films and 2 Hidi/Marathi films. When Shivaji University started in Kolhapur in 1962, he started an agitation for inclusion of Music in its curriculum. His efforts bore fruits and it was done in 1964. He gave tutions of Music in his last days. C.Balaji expired on 11-9-1984 at his home town, Kolhapur.

The story of Raja Gopichand is from Navnath Pothi.

When I was about 6 to 7 year old, during the visits to my Naani’s (maternal grandmother’s) home in a village, I used to hear a typical call, ‘ Alakh Niranjan ‘ from the gossain, who stood outside the door. Someone from the house used to give uncooked food material like rice, wheat or jowar. Even wheat atta was given. These gossains had a jholi (a spacious carrying bag made of cloth), having 4-5 compartments and they would expertly add the bhiksha to the appropriate compartment. They never took money. These people were the desciples of Nath Sampraday and used to visit a fixed number of houses for Bhiksha. They were also called by the name avadhoot (अवधूत) (a mystic or a saint who is beyond ego-consciousness, duality and common worldly concerns).

A brief description of the Nath Sampradaay . It is likely that some of our readers may not be familiar with the details behind these names. In the Hindu Sanaatan traditions the worship of Lord Shiva is called Shaivism and the worshippers and followers of Lord Shiva are called Shaivs. Nath Sampradaay is a sub tradition within Shaivism. The followers of this tradition consider Adinath or Lord Shiva as their first Lord. The word Nathimplies Master. In this tradition, there is a lineage of nine Gurus or Teachers. The form of sadhna practiced by the followers of this tradition is called Hath Yog (हठ योग).

The first Guru in this lineage is Matsyendra Nath, who is better known as Machhindra Nath (मच्छिंद्रनाथ). The traditional history recounts that Matsyendra was born under an inauspicious star. This warranted his parents to throw the baby into the ocean. In the ocean the baby was swallowed by a large fish, and he lived and grew up inside the belly of the fish, for many years. The fish swam to the bottom of the ocean where Lord Shiva was imparting the secrets of yoga to Mata Parvati. Matsyendra overheard this discourse and learnt the secrets of yoga. He began to practice this yog sadhana inside the fish’s belly. After twelve years he finally emerged as an enlightened Siddha.

There is a list of Nine Nath Gurus, who are called Navnath. The first Nath Guru is Machhindra. The complete list is as follows

Machhindranath
Gorakhnath
Jalandhar Nath
Kanif Nath (Kanhoba)
Gahini Nath
Raja Bhartrihari Nath (Bharthari)
Revan Sidha Nath
Charpati Nath and
Naag Nath.

The stories surrounding every Nath Guru, especially the earlier ones, are very exciting, thrilling and entertaining. One must read them from the original Nath Puraan or Nav Nath Pothi. I have read all of them. These stories are in no way less than any Arabian Night stories. Due to their entertainment value, several films in several languages have been made on the early Gurus like Machhindranath and Gorakhnath. Films on Machhindranath were made as ‘Maaya Machhindra’ in Hindi, in 1932, 1951, 1960 and 1975. Films on Gorakhnath as ‘Alakh Niranjan’, were made in 1940, 1950 and 1975. Films on Bharthari were made in 1932 and 1944. Films on other Naths were made as ‘Raja Gopichand’ in 1933, 1938 and 1950. Same way films on Naths in Telugu, Tamil, Gujarati and other languages were also made. There could be some more films also on this subject.

Raja Gopichand was the son of Raja Bharthari nath’s sister and was blessed by him and Gorakhnath. The story of Raja Gopichand is..

King Padmasen and queen Mainavati had a son Gopichand and a daughter Chandravali. In due course, Gopichand got married. He got a daughter. He was married again and now also a daughter was born. He was married 16 times and he got everytime a daughter only. Queen Mainavati requested her brother Bharthari nath to help. He advies Gopichand to go to forest and do Penance for 5 years. He did the penance. After the 5 years, once he went , as usual , to get Bhiksha and by chance he visited his sister Chandravali’s home. Seeing her brother as a Gossain, she died in grief. Gopichand met Gorakhnath and requested him to make his sister alive again. Pleased by his love for sister, Gorakhnath not only brought alive Chandravali, but also blessed Gopichand for a Son.

Gopichand returned to his kingdom. He was crowned the king and in due course he got a son also.

Today’s song is sung by Leela Chandragiri. This is a rare song. With this song, MD C.Balaji and the film Raja Gopichand-38 are making its debut on the Blog.

( Credits- Marathi Sangeetkar Kosh, marathisanman.com, theneutralview.com, amarujala.com, wiki, HFGK,and my notes)


Song-Laalan tum ho bade hathheele (Raja Gopichand)(1938) Singer-Leela Chandragiri, MD-C Balaji

Lyrics

bade hathheele
laalan tum ho bade hathheele
laalan tum ho bade hathheele
bade hathheele
laaj lajeele
laalan tum ho bade hathheele

roothh gaye kya
tumhen manaaun
roothh gaye kya
tumhen manaaun
aao
tum par bali bali jaaun
aao
tum par bali bali jaaun
laalan tum ho saaj sajeele
bade hathheele
laaj lajeele
laalan tum ho
bade hathheele
laalan
bade hathheel

kyon chup ho
kuchh bolo bolo
bolo bolo
maa ki mamta man se tolo
maa ki mamta man se tolo
laalan
tum bin naina geele
bade hathheele
laaj lajeele

laalan tum ho
laalan tum ho
laalan tum ho
bade hathheele


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Blog Day : 3538 Post No. : 14208

“Daawat”(1974) was produced by Dilip Dutt and directed by B R Ishaara. The movie had Sanjeev Kumar, Dilip Dutt, Raza Murad, Satish Kaul, Sarita, Manmohan Krishnan, Jaishree Gadkar, Johnny Walker, Pammi etc in it.

This obscure movie had four obscure songs in it. Here is the first song from “Daawat”(1974) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Mukesh and Asha Bhonsle. Naqsh Llayalpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Bipin Baabul.

Only the audio of the song is available. Lisateing to the song, one can guess that it is a “sulking-appeasing” genre of song. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of the song.

With this song, “Daawat”(1974) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Aise bhi na roothho tum ke jeena mushqil ho (Daawat)(1974) Singers-Mukesh, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Naqsh Llayalpuri, MD-Bipin Babul

Lyrics

aise bhi na rootho tum ke jeena mushqil ho
aise bhi na rootho tum ke jeena mushqil ho
ja re piya jaana nahin toone mere dil ko
aise bhi na rootho tum ke jeena mushqil ho
aise bhi na rootho tum ke jeena mushqil ho

dil mera leke yoon na dil ka karaar lo
mukhde pe bikhri si zulfen sanwaar lo
dil mera leke yoon na dil ka karaar lo
mukhde pe bikhri si zulfen sanwaar lo
ghadiyaan ye pyaar ki na beete takraar mein
rang bhari shaam galey mil ke guzaar lo
ja re piya jaaana nahin toone mere dil ko
aise bhi na rootho tum ke jeena mushqil ho
aise bhi na rootho tum ke jeena mushqil ho

ja ja ke mile tu shahar ke ujaalon se
rista hi kya hai
rista hi kya hai tera ab gaanv waalon se
mujhko hansaaye kabhi mujhe rulaaye tu
mujhko hansaaye kabhi mujhe rulaaye tu
samjha hai toone kya khilauna mere dil ko

aise bhi na rootho tum ke jeena mushqil ho
aise bhi na rootho tum ke jeena mushqil ho

jitne bharam hain wo dil se nikaal do
chupke se baahen meri baahon mein daal do
waada karo ke kabhi tum nahin todoge
waada karo ke kabhi tum nahin todoge
wada karo ke kabhi tum nahin todoge
piya mere sapnon ke sheesh mahal ko

aise bhi na rootho tum ke jeena mushqil ho
aise bhi na rootho tum ke jeena mushqil ho
ja re piya jaana nahin toone mere dil ko
aise bhi na rootho tum ke jeena mushqil ho
aise bhi na rootho tum ke jeena mushqil ho


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Blog Day : 3517 Post No. : 14128

“Chaar Paise”(1955) was produced and directed by N K Ziri for National Movies, Bombay. The movie had Kishore Kumar, Shyama, Johnny Walker, Agha, Kammo, Nishi, Nazir Kashmiri etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Five songs from the movie have been covered in the past. Here are the details of the five songs that have already figured:-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Badnaam na ho jaaun 3244 23-Nov-10
Tere liye hai pyaar mera 6061 8-Jun-12
Chhan chhan chhan chhan baje rupaiyya naache duniya 11945 23-Mar-16
Maajhi meri naiyya ko jee chaahe jahaan le chal 13296 1-Jun-17
Dil hai nishaana nainon ke teer ka 14124 4-Mar-18

As noted in the past, “Chaar Paise”(1955) was not released, still the prints of the movie are available. The video of the songs of the movie are also available.

Here is the sixth and final song from “Chaar Paise”(1955) to appear in the blog. the song is sung by Lata. Sartaj Rahmani is the lyricist. Music is composed by B D Burman.

Picturisation shows that it is a roothhna-manaana song with roles reversed. Here Kishore Kumar is sulking and the lady is trying her best to appease Kishore Kumar, with her singing accompanied by dancing, of course.

The lady is not Shyama, so going by the cast, I guess her to be Nishi. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify her.

It is a delightful sulking-appeasing song, and if I understand the mechanism of such songs correctly that Kishore Kumar would respond favourably by the time the song ends. 🙂

With this song, “Chaar Paise”(1955) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Shamma parwaana shamma parwaana (Chaar Paise)(1955) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Sartaj Rahmani, MD-B D Burman

Lyrics

shamma parwaana
shamma parwaana
ho
shamma parwaana aa
ek deewaani
ek deewaana
shamma parwaana
shamma parwaana
ho shamma parwaana aa
ek deewaani
ek deewaana
shamma parwaana

dil ki lagi jab aag lagaaye
tan man sab jal jaaye ae
tan man sab jal jaaye
dil ki lagi jab aag lagaaye
tan man sab jal jaaye
raakh to saari mehfil dekhe
raaz na koi paaye
raaz na koi paaye
duniya mein hai paagal premi
duniya se begaana
ek deewaani ee
ek deewaana
shamma parwaana

jiska saajan roothh gaya ho
aakar prem dwaare
aakar prem dwaare
jiska saajan roothh gaya ho
aakar prem dwaare
vo dukhiyaari preet ki maari
ro ro rain guzaare
ro ro rain guzaare
roz sunaaya jaata hai
ye dard bhara afsaana aa
ek deewaani
ek deewaana
shamma parwaana

khel samajh kar prem se khele
duniya phir pachhtaaye ae
duniya phir pachhtaaye
khel samajh kar prem se khele
duniya phir pachhtaaye
khel nahin ye prem hai pagle
jaan bhi ismein jaaye
jaan bhi ismein jaaye
donon mohabbat karne waale
dete hain nazraana
ek deewaani
ek deewaana
shamma parwaana
shamma parwaana
ho
shamma parwaana aa
ek deewaani
ek deewaana
shamma parwaana


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Blog Day : 3513 Post No. : 14112

“Deewaangi”(1976) was produced by Subodh Mukherji and directed by Sameer Ganguly. The movie had Shashi Kapoor, Zeenat Aman, Helen, Manju, Mehmood, Madan Puri, Narendra Nath, Paintal etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Deewaangi”(1976) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Kishore Kumar. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by S D Burman.

The song is picturised as a roothna-manaana song on Shashi Kapoor and Zeenat Aman.

This song was the only song of the movie which was composed by S D Burman. He expired before he could compose other songs. The remaining five songs were later composed by Ravindra Jain.

With this song, all Hindi relaesed movies with music by S D Burman (except one movie ) have now been represented in the blog. “Chittor Vijay”(1947) is the only movie with S D Burman’s music which is missing from the blog because songs from this movie are not available to us as of now.

With this song, “Deewaangi”(1976) makes itd debut in the blog.


Song-Chal sapnon ke shahar mein tujhe le jaata hoon (Deewaangi)(1976) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-S D Burman

Lyrics

ae
suno to
kyun roothhi ho
maan jaao na
hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm

chal sapnon ke shahar mein tujhe le jaata hoon
chal sapnon ke shahar mein tujhe le jaata hoon
teri raahon mein sitaare main bikhraata hoon
chal sapnon ke shahar

tu kis liye mehnat kare
tu hai mohabbat ke liye haseena
teri kasam
kya hai sitam
tere badan se kyun chamakta hai paseena
ho ho ho
main tere haathon ke chhaalon se jal jaata hoon
chal sapnon ke shahar mein tujhe le jaata hoon
chal sapnon ke shahar

kadmon ki dhool ban kar ye phool
tere mere kadam choom rahe hain
har gham se door
masti mein choor
ban ke sharaabi se hum jhoom rahe hain
ho
ho ho ho
apni aashaaon ki main paalki le aata hoon
chal sapnon ke shahar mein tujhe le jaata hoon
chal sapnon ke shahar

gore gore
phoolon jaise paanv mein
shabnam ki paayal padi hai
heere moti
pahne huye
sheeshmahal mein tu pari ban ke khadi hai
hmm
hmm hmm
maine jo dekha hai tujhko bhi dikhlaata hoon
chal sapnon ke shahar mein tujhe le jaata hoon
teri raahon mein sitaare main bikhraata hoon
chal sapnon ke shahar


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Blog Day : 3488 Post No. : 14010

“Paraayi Aag”(1948) was directed by Najam Naqvi for Great India Pictures. The movie had Munawwar Sultana, Ulhas, Mumtaz (Madhubala), Sheri, A Shah, W M Khan, Jilloo Bai etc in it.

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

Here is the seventh song from “Paraayi Aag”(1948) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Zohrabai Ambalewaali and Naseem Akhtar. Akhtar Ul Imaan Naqvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ghulam Mohammad.

Only the audio of this song is available. It sounds like a stage performance song where who ladies are presenting a roothhna-manaana song and dance performance, with one lady playing the role of a male. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-O tohe kaise dikhaaun dil cheer ke (Paraai Aag)(1948) Singers-Zohrabai Ambalewali, Naseem Akhtar, Lyrics-Akhtar Ul Imaan, MD-Ghulam Mohammad

Lyrics

tohe kaise dikhaaun dil cheer ke
tohe kaise dikhaaun dil cheer ke
ho gori
kaise dikhaaun dil cheer ke
ho gori
ho gori
kaise dikhaaun dil cheer ke
haay
tohe kaise dikhaaun dil cheer ke

hato jaao jee
hato jaao jee
baaten banaate ho kyun
hato jaao jee
hato jaao jee
baaten banaate ho kyun
jhoothhi chaahat jata ke jalaate ho kyun
jhoothhi chaahat jata ke jalaate ho kyun
khote hote hain chhore aheer ke

haay gori
kaise dikhaaun dil cheer ke

ek hi daaon mein
khelwaa rahoon main
aen aen aen aen
ek hi daaon mein
khelwaa rahoon main
keh diya tere nainon ka maara hoon main
tohe kaise dikhaaun ghaav teer ke
haay gori
kaise dikhaaun dil cheer ke

bhanwre udte phirte hain
idhar se udhhar
bhanwre udte phirte hain
idhar se udhhar
aaj is phool par
kal hai us phool par
aaj is phool par
kal hai us phool par
lobhi kaaran hai auron ke peer ke
haaye
lobhi kaaran hai auron ke peer ke

to main harjaai hoon
jaao yoon hi sahi
ab na aaunga mud kar tumhaari gali
haan tumhaari gali
dhun ke pakke hain chhore aheer ke
kahaan jaate ho
o o o
kahaan jaate ho tum to
banaati thhi main
man ki lene
jhoothhon sataati thhi main

tum hi maalik ho
man ke shareer ke
haay bhala kaise
dikhaaun dil cheer ke
ho gori
ho chhaila
ho gori
ho chhaila
tohe kaise dikhaaun dil cheer ke


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.

Blog Day : 3467 Post No. : 13920

 

Rewind back – goodness – 46 years. This song is from 1971, and the dear melody that we all love is quite alive and well.

Two names that we remember, and honor today – Chitragupt and Kaifi Azmi. Today, it is the birth anniversary of Kaifi Azmi and it is the passing away remembrance day for Chitragupt.

Back in 1971, Chitragupt is passing through his silver anniversary in the tinsel town, and Kaifi Azmi is celebrating his 20th in the same industry.

Chitragupt, born in 1917, started his career with Hindi films in 1945-46. In 1971, his journey has thus far passed through about 130 films, and he has composed approximately 930 songs so far. Kaifi Azmi, born in 1919, started to write for Hindi films in 1951. In 1971, he has thus far written approximately 225 songs for about 50 films.

With such illustrious and prolific careers behind them, it is a wonder that these two stalwarts did not get together till 1970 – almost two decades and more, that both of them had been active in the industry. Their coming together film in 1970 is ‘Hamaara Adhikar’. Then, in 1971, both collaborated once again for creating the songs for ‘Saaz Aur Sanam’. And then, that’s it. These two are the only films, and a handful of songs that these two worked on together.

‘Saaz Aur Sanam’ is a production from the banner of Wadia Movietone and is directed by JBH Wadia. The list of actors reads like – Premendra, Rekha, Suresh Chatwal, Sapru, Purnima, Bhagwan, Asit Sen, Kirti Kumar, Panna Kapoor, Bismillah, Dalda, Rajni Bala, Renu, Brahmachari, Ratan Kumar, Hercules, Dayanand, and Arvind etc.

Premendra is a name that we encounter for the first time in the film ‘Deedaar’ of 1970. He appears in ‘Holi Aayee Re, again in 1970, then in two films in 1971 – ‘Duniya Kya Jaane’ and ‘Saaz Aur Sanam’. And then this name does not appear any more in the listings. Four films, and that’s it. Rekha, who has just made her debut, also in 1970 with the film ‘Saawan Bhadon’ (opposite to Navin Nischol), continues to be active in the Hindi film industry to date.

The singing voice is of Lata Mangeshkar. The song is performed on screen by Rekha. The two protagonists – Rekha and Premendra – are both in their night-wear. It is clearly a ‘roothna – manaana’ category of song. Premendra is the one who is doing the sulking, and Rekha is the one who is trying to appease him. the hints of playfulness and naughtiness that we would see more of in her subsequent films, are quite visible in this song. Plus the original analysis that Atul ji has once done – it takes about three and a half minutes to “appease” a “sulking” hero or heroine, as the case may be. 🙂

A heartfelt salute to Chitragupt and to Kaifi Azmi on this day today. And a dearly wonderful song to celebrate. Listen and enjoy.

 

Song – Na Rootho Hamen Paas Aane Bhi Do  (Saaz Aur Sanam) (1971) Singer – Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Kaifi Azmi, MD – Chitragupt

Lyrics

na rootho
hamen paas aane bhi do
na rootho
hamen paas aane bhi do
chalo hum gunehgaar jaane bhi do
jaane bhi do
na rootho
hamen paas aane bhi do
chalo hum gunehgaar jaane bhi do
jaane bhi do

nahin tum nahin
dil deewaana hua hai
nahin tum nahin
dil deewaana hua hai
tumhen pyaar karte zamaana hu hai
zamaana hu hai
lagi dil ki. . .
ladi dil ki kabhi tum bujhaane bhi do
na rootho
hamen paas aane bhi do
chalo hum gunehgaar jaane bhi do
jaane bhi do

kahaan ye kahaan
hum zyaada haseen hain
kahaan ye kahaan
hum zyaada haseen hain
na dekho ab aise
burey bhi nahin hain
burey bhi nahin hain
nigaahon se
nigaahon se nigaahen milaane bhi do
na rootho
hamen paas aane bhi do
chalo hum gunehgaar jaane bhi do
jaane bhi do

jawaan roop ka
hum khazaana luta den
jawaan roop ka
hum khazaana luta den
tumhaare kadam par zamaana luta den
zamaana luta den
ye dil kya hai
ye dil kya hai hamen dil gawaane bhi do
na rootho
hamen paas aane bhi do
chalo hum gunehgaar jaane bhi do
jaane bhi do

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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ना रूठो
हमें पास आने भी दो
ना रूठो
हमें पास आने भी दो
चलो हम गुनहगार जाने भी दो
जाने भी दो
ना रूठो
हमें पास आने भी दो
चलो हम गुनहगार जाने भी दो
जाने भी दो

नहीं तुम नहीं
दिल दीवाना हुआ है
नहीं तुम नहीं
दिल दीवाना हुआ है
तुम्हें प्यार करते ज़माना हुआ है
ज़माना हुआ है
लगी दिल की॰॰॰
लगी दिल की कभी तुम बुझाने भी दो
ना रूठो
हमें पास आने भी दो
चलो हम गुनहगार जाने भी दो
जाने भी दो

कहाँ ये कहाँ
हम ज़्यादा हसीं हैं
कहाँ ये कहाँ
हम ज़्यादा हसीं हैं
ना देखो अब ऐसे
बुरे भी नहीं हैं
बुरे भी नहीं हैं
निगाहों से॰॰॰
निगाहों से निगाहें मिलाने भी दो
ना रूठो
हमें पास आने भी दो
चलो हम गुनहगार जाने भी दो
जाने भी दो

जवां रूप का
हम खजाना लूटा दें
जवां रूप का
हम खजाना लूटा दें
तुम्हारे कदम पर ज़माना लुटा दें
ज़माना लुटा दें
ये दिल क्या है॰॰॰
ये दिल क्या है हमें दिल गवाने भी दो
ना रूठो
हमें पास आने भी दो
चलो हम गुनहगार जाने भी दो
जाने भी दो


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Blog Day : 3461 Post No. : 13891

“Naiyya”(1979) was directed by Prashant Nanda for Chanda Pictures, Bombay. I became aware of this fact when I discussed the earlier songs from this movie. Initially I was under the impression that this movie was a Rajshree Productions movie and once again I reverted back to the same impression with passage of time 🙂

The movie had Zarina Wahab, Prashant Nanda (new discovery for Hindi movies), Baldev Khosa, Dinesh Thakur, Leela Mishra, Mohammad Mohsin (another new discovery), Jageerdaar, Dinesh Hingoo, Nandlal Sharma, c S Dubey, Shail Chaturvedi, Shivraj, Amrish Puri, Pardesi, Om Tripathi, Shankar Bhake, Manmauji, Rooplekha etc, along with guest appearances by Sulochana, Shubha Khote and Jayshree T.

The movie had five songs in it. Three of them have been covered in the past. Here is the fourth song from “Naiyya”(1979) to appear in the blog.

This song is sung by Yesudas and Suresh Wadkar. Ravindra Jain is the lyricist as well as the music director. The song is picturised on Prashant Nanda, Baldev Khosa (I hope I have identified him correctly) and Zarina Wahab.


Song-Tera kuchh khoya ho…Geeta raani Geeta raani hans de zara (Naiyya)(1979) Singers-Yesudas, Suresh Wadkar, Lyrics-Ravindra Jain, MD-Ravindra Jain

Lyrics

tera kuchh khoya ho to dhoondh den
kabhi dil toota ho to jod den
dil na dukha
maan bhi jaa
geeta raani geeta raani
hans de zara aa
hans de o geeta raani
hans de zara

tera kuchh khoya ho to dhoondh den
kabhi dil toota ho to jod den
dil na dukha aa
maan bhi jaa aa
geeta raani geeta raani
hans de zara aa
hans de o geeta raani
hans de zara

saawan ne aawan ka nyota
bheja hai manbhaawan ko
nyota bheja hai manbhaawan ko
o o
ham ne to ek dev ko saupa
tere roop ke chandan ko
gori
tere roop ke chandan ko
hai raam sa aa sajan tera aa
geeta raani geeta raani
hans de zara aa
hans de o geeta raani
hans de zara

ik maanjhi ke ghar se tu gori
raaj mahal mein jaayegi
jaayegi
raaj mahal mein jaayegi
o o o
jo sukh hamne sapne mein dekhe
wo saare sukh paayegi
paayegi
wo saare sukh paayegi
dena nahin
hamko bhula aa
geeta raani geeta raani
hans de zara aa
hans de o geeta raani
hans de zara

main doonga tujhe kajra bindiya
main racha doonga mehandi mahaawar
khud ko bandhak rakh ke loonga
sona karoonga wo tujhpe nichhaawar
haathon ki choodiyaan
main doonga
paanwon ke bichhua
main doonga
chunri saadi
main doonga
main doonga
main doonga
main doonga
main doonga
hey
mil ke tujhe denge saja aa
geeta raani geeta raani
hans de zara aa
hans de o geeta raani
hans de zara
tera kuchh khoya ho to dhoondh den
kabhi dil toota ho to jod den
hamra kaha aa
maan bhi jaa aa
geeta raani geeta raani
hans de zara aa
hansde o geeta raani
hans de zara


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This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in 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.

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