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Blog Day :

4986 Post No. : 16874

Today 13th March 2022 is the eighty-nineth birthday of Singer Sulochana Kadam (DoB 13th March’1933) who later became Sulochana Chavan.

I think she has sung many songs during the ‘golden period’ of HFM, but the total number of songs sung by her is yet to be determined. However, the blog so far has sixty-three songs containing her voice.

She had also sung many famous and popular ‘laavanis’ in Marathi Film Music and that is why she is popularly known as the ‘Laavni-samradhni’ in Marathi music.

Today on her birthday I am presenting a song from the movie “Baabuji-1950” which is lying with us since long. Incidentally I had presented a song from the same movie on her birthday last year in ‘2021’.

“Baabuji” or ‘Babooji’ was directed by Bhagwan for ‘Uday Productions, Bombay’.

It had Bhagwan, Leela Gupte, Baburao, Usha Shukla, Vasant Rao, Azeem, Jani, Mirajkar, Zafar, Vitthalrao, Dhondu, Anmanta, Swami and others.

This movie had nine songs written by Ehsaan Rizvi and composed by music director P. Ramakant (i.e., C. Ramchandra ji).

HFGK Vol-II (1941-1950) lists the songs of this movie as given below; (in order of their appearing on this movie (Babooji-1950) page in HFGK)

SNo Song Title Singer/s Posted On
01 Saawanwa umdaa aaye ho Sulochana Kadam 13.03.2021
02 Baat meri maan lo ji, baat meri maan lo Sulochana Kadam,Anna Saheb
03 Milne nahin paate hain naina lachaaye huye Sulochana Kadam
04 Zaraa sunte jaana ho do dilon ka afsaanaa Sulochana Kadam,Anna Saheb 23.08.2013
05 Nazar se nazar lad gayi Sulochana Kadam 12.09.2018
06 Rewdiyaan hain rewdiyaan Sulochana Kadam,Anna Saheb
07 Kyun pareshaan huye Sulochana Kadam Being presented today
08 Jo bigad gayi wo qismat hoon Sulochana Kadam 22.11.2017
09 Gorey gorey mukh se jo ghoonghat hataawjo Anna Saheb

So far, four songs from this movie “Babuji-1950” have been posted on the blog. Today’s song is the fifth song from this movie to be posted on the blog.

Let us hope that we get all the songs from this movie here on the blog as early as possible. 😊

Let us now listen to today’s lovely song and wish a very happy birthday to Sulochana Kadam and our wishes for her healthy and peaceful life ahead.


Song-Kyun pareshaan huye (Babuji)(1950) Singer-Sulochana Kadam, Lyrics-Ehsan Rizvi, MD-P Ramakant (C Ramchandra)

Lyrics

Kyun pareshaan huye
Kyun pareshaan huye ae
Hamne dekha jo tumhe
Kyun pareshaan huye ae
Man ke bhi ee
Meet bane ae
Dil ke bhi mehmaan huye
Ae ji dil ke bhi mehmaan huye
Kyun pareshaan huye
Hamne dekha jo tumhe
Kyun pareshaan huye

Ik nazar dekh liya
Aa aa aa aa aa
Ik nazar dekh liya
Ismein kya meri khataa aa aa
Kuchh bigaada to nahin
Apna hi nuksaan kiya
Apna dil tumko diya
Apna dil tumko diya
Dil ke tum armaan huye
Ae ji dil ke tum armaan huye
Kyun pareshaan huye
Hamne dekha jo tumhe
Kyun pareshaan huye

Munh se kuchh kehte nahin
ee ee ee ee ee
Munh se kuchh kehte nahin
Dil mein jo kar jaate ho
Jaane kya baat hai
Reh reh ke jo yaad aate ho
Din bhi kuchh aise nahin
Din bhi kuchh aise nahin
Beete hain pehchaan huye
Ae ji beete hain pehchaan huye
Kyun pareshaan huye ae
Hamne dekha jo tumhe
Kyun pareshaan huye


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.

Blog Day :

4964 Post No. : 16835

Today’s song is from a C grade Stunt film – ” Bach ke rehna-1949″.

Whenever I select a stunt film song to discuss and start writing the post, I become very nostalgic and emotional. This happens because a lot of memories of my early life are connected with these types of films. It is difficult for any person to accept that a Stunt film can make someone emotional, I understand. But this is the reality.

I grew up in a time when seeing such low grade films was a matter of disgrace for the middle class people. Stunt and action films in Hindi and Hollywood films made by Republic serial based on Jungle adventures, Space travels and Supernatural Heroes, supposedly were for lower classes, the uneducated and the daily wage earners. There used to be some equally C grade cinema halls in areas where such population was maximum, which regularly showed these films. Compared to posh theatres in better localities, these cinema halls had affordable ticket rates and on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, there used to be ” Morning Shows” at 10 or 11 am, during which such films as well as old Hindi and English films were shown in their second, third or even fourth runs, at reduced rates.

An interesting thing about the audience of such films was their active involvement with the happenings on the screen. When the fights used to be shown, there were shouts of encouragement for the Hero and also protests and discouraging shouts against the villains. In case the scene showed that the villain was taking the uppe hand, the audience used to provide advice to Hero loudly and the others would laugh at that ! The entire theatre thus responded without fail. I wont say if I too did like that, occasionally !

In the late 40’s and early 5o’s, I have seen many films of the 30’s and the 40’s decades in such morning shows only. However, seeing these films was not an easy task. As far as money was concerned, that was no problem, but on Fridays and Saturdays, school was there. Saturdays were half day school,alright. At times, I used to skip Friday or Saturday school and receive punishments the next day. The joy of adventure and seeing the film was easily compensating enough for the troubles taken.

My father was too busy in his vocation as a successful advocate, but my mother used to be worried about my studies due to my love for films. However I used to make her happy by being in the first 3 ranks in school and also passed with merit in my 12th examination. Therefore there were no complaints ( except occasional remarks by school teachers) about my studies.

When I remember all this, I feel that the generations born in later decades – who grew up in the 60’s onwards, have really missed all the fun of the stunt and action films. B the 70’s, all such films had stopped completely. Those cinema halls showing these films were re-developed into modern theatres and the audience too changed from action lovers to music and comedy lovers. Our action Heroes were seen in the roles of grandfathers and negligible roles in the films now. Most actors disappeared and the era of anxiety, adventure and daredevil stunts got replaced by SFX For people like us, the charm ended because we know today’s action scenes are machine-managed heroics and none done by actors themselves ! Sigh !!!

Today’s film Bach ke rehna-49 was one such C grade stunt film directed by Master Bhagwan. His close friend C.Ramchandra used to give music to most of his films, but under different names like Annasaheb or Ram Chitalkar or even P.Ramakant ( his assistant by name Ramakant Paingankar). This he did to preserve his identity as C.Ramchandra upper grade social, comedy and musical films. The cast of Bhagwan’s film was predictable.

Master Bhagwan was a very hard working person. In the real sense, he brought in the wave of stunt films in the late 40s. After the films of Master Vithal and Fearless Nadia waned in their popularity by 1944-45, it was Master Bhagwan, who established his own Production house-Jagriti Films and produced several stunt films. He had a set of actors and actresses, which included Baburao pehelwan, Vasantrao pehelwan, Azeem Bhai, Shanta Patel, Chanchal, Leela Gupte, Usha Shukla and Vitha Lokare. In this film the cast was Baburao, Bhagwan, Vasantrao, Azeem bhai, Leela Gupte, Razia ( sister of actress Suraiya Zulfi) and others.

The storyline for most of his films was also fixed. Two young vagabonds-Baburao pehelwan and Bhagwan, come to Bombay in search of employment. One Sethji (Azeembhai ) appoints them to protect him from the local criminal (Vasantrao pehelwan). Sethji has a good looking daughter ( one of the stock Heroines), who has a maid (another girl from the stock). Baburao loves Seth ji’s daughter and Bhagwan loves the maid. After a lot of stunts and fighting scenes, the end would be happy. The same story with changed names and other minor changes was used in almost all his films like Badla, Bahadur, Jalan, Madadgaar, Dosti, Shake hand, Matlabi,Bach ke rehna,Bhole bhale, Jeete Raho or such other films. The audience did not mind . They were happy with the stunts. (Did Nasir Hussain get inspiration from Bhagwan in this matter ?). In almost all his films the songs and dialogues were by Ehsan Rizvi.

Luck is a funny thing. In this world it is difficult to say who will be lucky and when and on whom Lady Luck will smile. Lyricist Ehsan Rizvi’s case falls under this uncertainty. Born on 26-1-1914 in U.P., Rizvi came to Bombay at the age of 24. He was a good poet and writer. He wanted to try his luck in the films. How he got a break in films is an interesting thing.

Master Bhagwan entered the film world with the silent film ‘ Bewafa Aashiq’-30. His first talkie film was ‘Himmat-e-Marda’-34. Initially,like all other Heroes, even Bhagwan used to sing his own songs. Once he had gone to Columbia company for rehearsal and recording a song. While entering, he saw a young man sitting under a tree and writing something. After rehearsal, he saw that fellow again and even after recording the man was still writing something. Bhagwan went to him and asked with curiosity what he was writing. The man answered, I am writing songs and stories. He came to know that his name was Ehsaan Rizvi and that he too lives in Dadar like Bhagwan. He took Rizvi’s address and left.

In 1938, Bhagwan got his first film as a Director- Bahadur kisaan-38. He called Ehsan Rizvi and gave him a scene and asked him to write dialogues. He came back with the dialogues. After reading Bhagwan was astonished. The scene started with one villager saying ” Ram Ram Bhaiya ji. Kaise ho ?” He asked Ehsan, ‘ being a Muslim, how have you written this?” He replied,” we start any work with God’s name. As your story is Hindu based, I wrote Ram Ram. If it was Muslim film, I would have written Allah”. Bhagwan was impressed and he gave him not only this film but Ehsan became a member of his group. He wrote songs, story and dialogues of at least 25 films of Bhagwan.

After the fall of Bhagwan’s fortunes. Bhagwan himself advised him to work in other banners as he was no longer in a position to make films now. Rizvi wrote lyrics for 60 films, but most of them were B or C grade films. He however wrote dialogues and screenplay for some well known films like Do Ustad-59, Mughal-e-Azam-60, Woh kaun thi-64, Aan milo sajna-71, Gopichand jasoos-82 etc etc. He had shared the Film Fare award for dialogues of Mughal e Azam-60, with 3 other writers. He died on 16-1-1983.

Today’s song is sung by Sulochana Chavan. Its tune reminds me of Rafi’s song ” wo apni yaad bhulane ko” from the film Jugnu-1947. otherwise it is a good song.


Song- Wo apna bana kar chhod gaye (Bach Ke Rehna)(1949) Singer- Sulochana Kadam, Lyricist- Ehsan Rizvi, MD- Anna Saheb (C Ramchandra)

Lyrics

wo apna bana kar chhod gaye
saawan ki andheri raaton mein
dil pyaar ke haathon doob gaya
aansoo ki bhari barsaaton mein

hum aahen na bharne paaye thhe
fariyaad na karne paaye thhe
tapke na thhe aansoo aankhon se
shiqwa na zabaan par laaye thhe
dekha jo zara sa hans ke hamen
dekha jo zara sa hans ke hamen
phir aa gaye unki baaton mein
wo apna bana kar chhod gaye
saawan ki andheri raaton mein
dil pyaar ke haathon doob gaya
aansoo ki bhari barsaaton mein

wo apna bana kar chhod gaye
saawan ki andheri raaton mein
dil pyaar ke haathon doob gaya
aansoo ki bhari barsaaton mein

chaahat ne hamen badnaam kiyaa
majboor kiya barbaad kiya
chaahat ne hamen badnaam kiyaa
majboor kiya barbaad kiya
ik hook si uthhi seene se
jab dil ne kisi ko yaad kiyaa
aankhon se aansoo behne lage
aankhon se aansoo behne lage
yaa taare toote raaton mein
wo apna bana kar chhod gaye
saawan ki andheri raaton mein
dil pyaar ke haathon doob gaya
aansoo ki bhari barsaaton mein


This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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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4795 Post No. : 16555

Today’s song is from the film Actor-1951.

Four songs of this film are already discussed here, however I liked this funny song, so I selected this song for today’s post. The film made under the banner of Sarosh Pictures, Bombay was produced by H.M.Kerawala and Bhojani. The film was directed by Ramjibhai Arya. He came to Talkie films from silent films. After working as an assistant to a few directors he first directed film Hind ke laal-40, then came Manthan-41, Jungle ki Pukar-46, Bhedi Dushman-46, Sher-E-Bengal-47 and his last film was Actor 51.

The music was by Aziz Khan and Ibrahim. In my last post, I had given Asha Bhosle’s song from the film ‘ Andhon ki Duniya’-1947 as an example how the film industry history adapts itself to make corrections in its earlier information. By sheer coincidence, even in this post also a film industry history adaptation example is present.

Ibrahim, the joint MD in this film as well as two other films- Utho Jaago-1947 and Bachelor Husband-1950 was considered to be the brother of Ghulam Mohd. MD. This Ibrahim worked as assistant to Naushad for a long time, after Ghulam Mohd. expired. For many years these 3 films were credited to his name. Even author Pankaj Raag, in his book ” Dhunon ki Yatra’ Mentioned the same thing.

However while working on the book on the Clarinet Expert Master Ibrahim, Dr. Surjit Singh ji had interviewed Iqbal Ajmeri-Master Ibrahim’s son, who had confirmed that the MD for these 3 films was Master Ibrahim and not Ibrahim, brother of Ghulam Mohd. After reading this in that book, just to confirm this, I wrote to shri Harmandir Hamraaz ji about my doubt. He promptly replied that he too had met and interviewed Iqbal Ajmeri- who was an expert in Music history of the Hindi films, had also confirmed that these films had music by Master Ibrahim only. Thus, one more correction in the history pages !

A lot has been written about Aziz khan on this Blog, by me as well as Sadanand Kamath ji, so I will not go into that again here. Instead, here is a note on Master Ibrahim, the expert Clarinet player who was the joint MD for today’s film.

Film critics and those who wrote in glossy magazines ignored stunt and action films, but a certain portion of the Indian audience was a firm supporter of such films. Master Vithal, Master Bhagwan, Baburao pehelwan, John Cavas, kamran etc were their Heroes. Usually the Music Directors and Directors of these films were unknown and those available on minimum fees were always hired.

The Music Director of this type of film was also one such person – Master Ibrahim, who did only 2 films as independent MD. He, however, gave music, along with Aziz Khan to film “ Utho Jaago-1947″, Bachelor Husband-1950 with Sarswati Devi and film Actor-1951, with Aziz Hindi. In the 50s and the 60s decade, there used to be a programme on Radio Ceylon, titled “Saaz aur Awaz”, at 7 am everyday. In this programme, film songs on different Musical Instruments were played-like Van Shipley on Guitar, Bismilla Khan on Shehnayi,Master Ibrahim on Clarinet. After this programme, there was ” Ek hi filmon ke geet” and at 7.30 the evergreen “Purane filmon ke geet” was scheduled.

For many years, I used to wonder as to who this Master Ibrahim was. I had read about Van Shipley and others, but information on Master Ibrahim was not seen anywhere. Finally, when my friend Javed Hamid ji from Delhi, sent me his book copies, published in Hindi, I found an article on Ibrahim, in one of his books,” Hindi cinema ke sadabahar Sangeetkar “.

His name was Ibrahim Rehmat Ali ( or E.R.Ali or Master Ajmeri, on some Record labels). He was born in 1915 at Ajmer and by his 11th year itself, he achieved expertise in playing a difficult musical instrument like Clarinet. he also learnt classical music from Banne khan, Jere khan and Dinkar Rao. From 1934 to 1936, he worked in Ranjit Movietone’s Music department. Then he joined All India Radio, for the next 6 years. In 1942, he joined H.M.V. and served there for the next 25 years.

In these 25 years, Master Ibrahim played his Clarinet in more than 6000 songs, recorded at HMV. He was also the Pioneer in presenting film songs on Musical Instruments. Even during his service. A.I.R. Bombay used to arrange his Clarinet Mehfil every month. He used to present different Ragas on Clarinet as per time of the day or night.

He gave music to only two films. Both were C grade,in the 40s decade. These films were Parbat Ki Rani-1948 and Bigde Dil-1949. He worked as assistant to many Music Directors like Ghulam Hyder, V K Naidu, Shyam Sundar, Fateh Ali Khan, Gulshan Sufi and Firoz Nizami.

He played not just the Clarinet, but also played the Xylophone, Vibraphone, Alto saxophone, Supranophone and a few others. After his film songs on Clarinet became popular, different artistes like Van Shipley on Hawaiian Guitar, Enoch Daniels, Goodi Seervai, Hazara Singhand Sunil Ganguly on Piano Accordion and Brian Silas on Piano also became famous and popular, with their performances.

Master Ibrahim died on 20th September 1980, due to a Heart attack. The work of preserving his music on CDs started by HMV from 2015 and so far 4 CDs are published. His contribution in songs of films like Mughal E Azam, C.I.D., Mere Mehboob, Basant Bahar, Madhumati, Maya, Goonj uthi Shehnai etc is remembered even today. Every year Radio Ceylon pays tributes to him on his death anniversary on 20th September by playing only his records.

He had 3 sons, who all are in the Music industry. They are experts in Vibraphones. Its use is very frequent in films nowadays.

Recently, Dr.Surjit Singh ji has published an exclusive book on Master ibrahim.

( I thank Javed Hamid ji for his article in his book ” Hindi Cinema ke Sadabahar Sangeetkar” हिंदी सिनेमा के सदाबहार संगीतकार ).

The cast of the film Actor-51 was Ramola, Bhagwan, Indumati, Sundar, Murad,Sulochana Cuckoo and many others. It is a notable coincidence that in 1951, in just One year alone, there were 3 films with almost the same story and Bhagwan was the Hero in all 3 films – Actor-51, Damad-51 and Albela-51. The basic story was that a poor man, without any help, tries to become a Singer or an Actor and how Luck helps him to become a famous artiste.

Film Daamaad was censored on 8-2-51, film Actor was censored on 1-5-51 and Albela was censored on 13-12-51 and released immediately on the next day i.e. 14-12-51. Earlier it was felt by me that film Actor was a failed copy of film Albela. That was before I got the HFGK. Now I know that I was wrong in my assumption. The fact is actually different. Both C Ramchandra and Raj kapoor were after Bhagwan to start a Social film, instead of making only stunt/action films. After working in these two films, Bhagwan became aware that this story was a winning one, if made into film wisely and if C Ramchandra gives his best music.

Bhagwan started making a draft and writing the story of Albela. Due to his image of a stunt film maker, no mainstream Heroine was ready to work in his film and he could not afford their fees also. He thought of Geeta Bali. When he narrated the story to her, smart as she was, she understood its potential to become a Hit film, and she agreed to work in Albela as a Heroine. The rest, as they say, is History !

The Lyricist of all the 10 songs was Nazim Panipati, who was the brother of Wali Saheb, a producer and Director of the 40’s. Wali Saheb was the husband of actress Mumtaz Shanti. They both migrated to Pakistan, but Nazim Panipati stayed in India. In the cast one name Indumati is there. This is a less known name for most readers, I feel. INDUMATI LELE (Born 18 December 1927 – Died 11 September 2013), forgotten Yesteryears Indian Theatre and Film Actress turned Folk Artiste.

Indumati and Kumudini Lele who were once famous as ‘Lele Sisters’ in Hindi and Marathi Theatre and Cinema fields, have been forgotten today. Indumati Lele, died at the age of 86, when she was still working as an examiner for the television program ‘Dum Damadam’.

Kumud and Indumati, were both known as ‘Lele Sisters” in the fifties. Both of them originally hailed from Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh. Their father Girdhar Lele was in Government job as Director of Agriculture, at Indore. From an early age, the two sisters loved acting and dancing. Both were involved in dance and dance related activities in their school. Prithviraj Kapoor saw the two at one of the school events and talked to their father and brought them straight to Mumbai. For the next two years, both sisters worked as artists in Prithviraj Kapoor’s ‘Prithvi Theatres” until the company closed. They played different roles in several of his Plays and had the fortune of touring India all along with Prithviraj Kapoor.

While Kumudini acted in Bimal Roy’s ‘Parivar’, ‘Bandini’ etc. and in few Marathi films like ‘Ram Ram Pauna’ etc., Indumati Lele acted in Prithviraj Kapoor’s Shakuntala’ and other plays. She also acted in some films while working in ‘Prithvi Theaters’, like Mazdoor-45, ‘Shehnai’ (1947), ‘Aag’ (1948), ‘Sunahare Din’ (1949), ‘Gauna’ (1950), Actor-(1951), ‘Chaudhwin ka Chand’ (1960), ‘Budtameez’ (1966), ‘Man Mandir’ (1971), to name a few. In Raj Kapoor’s ‘Aag’ (1948), she acted as his mother. She also appeared in two English films, ‘Householder’ with Leela Naidu and ‘Shakespearewallah” both with Shashi Kapoor.

Today’s song is a good one, sung by Sulochana Kadam and Chorus.


Song-Kalkatte se aaya jahaaz haay sakhi mere balam nahin aaye re (Actor)(1951) Singer- Sulochana Kadam, Lyricist- Nazim Panipati, MD- Aziz Hindi and Ibrahim
Chorus

Lyrics

kalkatte se
ae ji
kalkatte se aaya jahaaz
sakhi mere
haay sakhi mere balam nahin aaye re
ho kalkatte se aaya jahaaz
sakhi mere
haaye sakhi mere balam nahin aaye re
ho kalkatte se aaya jahaaz

sabke balam aaye
mere na aaye
mere na aaye
ek ek se poochha sakhi
koi na bataaye
koi na bataaye
? ho ae ji
? ho mere mijaaz(?)
sakhi mere
haaye sakhi mere balam nahin aaye re
ho kalkatte se aaya jahaaz

baalam jo aate to laate wo mundri
laate wo mundri
baalam jo aate to laate wo mundri
laate wo mundri
aur saath laate wo resham ki chundri
haaye resham ki chundri
mujhe sakhiyon mein
ae ji mujhe sakhiyon mein aati hai laaj
sakhi mere
haay sakhi mere balam nahin aaye re
ho kalkatte se aaya jahaaz

kahaan chhod aaye ho mere sanam ko
mere sanam ko
o o o
kahaan chhod aaye ho mere sanam ko
mere sanam ko
o o o
kaise bhulaaungi kaise bhulaaaungi
main unke gham ko
haaye main unke gham ko
mere dil pe hai
ae ji mere dil pe hai beeta hai aaj
sakhi mere
haay sakhi mere balam nahin aaye re
ho kalkatte se
ae ji kalkatte se aaya jahaaz


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Blog Day :

4781 Post No. : 16534

“Chhoti Duniya”(1953) was produced by D M Sheth and directed by Uday Kumar for Meera Productions, Bombay. This movie had Uday Kumar, Leela Kumari, Shiela Naik, Nannu, Ranjeet, Ashwin Roy, B Lalwani, Moolji Khushal, Babu, Chandar etc in it.

This little known movie had seven songs in it. Two songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Chhoti Duniya”(1953) to appear in the blog. This is a mlncholic song which is sung by Sulochana Kadam. Bekal is the lyricist. Music is cmposed by Rajhans Kataria.

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

This song is the 500th song from movies of 1953 to be covered in the blog.


Song-Sau baar mile mil kar bichhde (Chhoti Duniya) (1953) Singer-Sulochana Kadam, Lyrics-Bekal, MD-Rajhans Kataria

Lyrics

sau baar miley mil kar bichhde
sau baar miley mil kar bichhde
main dil ki lagi ko bujha na saki
main dil ki lagi ko bujha na saki
har baar sunaana ji chaaha
har baar sunaana ji chaaha
par dil ka haal suna na saki
par dil ka haal suna na saki
sau baar miley

teri yaad mein aahen bhar bhar ke
aur duniya se bhi dar dar ke
teri yaad mein aahen bhar bhar ke
aur duniya se bhi dar dar ke
kayi haar piroye tere liye
kayi haar piroye tere liye
main ek tujhe pahna na saki
main ek tujhe pahna na saki
sau baar miley

dil prem ki aag se jalta gaya
mere pyaar ka paudha phalta gaya
dil prem ki aag se jalta gaya
mere pyaar ka paudha phalta gaya
phaldaar hua to ae kismat
phaldaar hua to ae kismat
main uska bhi phal kha na saki
main uska bhi phal kha na saki
sau baar miley

wo bichhad gaye mujhse mil ke
armaan tadapte hain dil ke
wo bichhad gaye mujhse mil ke
armaan tadapte hain dil ke
main ujdi hui haay
main ujdi hui tere kadmo mein
ik chhoti si duniya bana na saki
ik chhoti si duniya bana na saki
sau baar miley mil kar bichhde
main dil ki lagi ko bujha na saki
main dil ki lagi ko bujha na saki
sau baar miley


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 other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day :

4621 Post No. : 16267

‘Baabu Ji’ (1950) was directed by Bhagwan for Uday Productions, Bombay.  It had Bhagwan, Leela Gupte, Baburao, Usha Shukla, Vasant Rao, Azeem, Jani, Mirajkar, Zafar, Vitthalrao, Dhondu, Anmanta, Swami and others.

This movie has nine songs, all written by Ehsaan Rizvi and composed by music director P Ramakant. Going by the style of composition, it has been commented that the music is composed by C Ramchandra himself, under the name of P Ramakant. I request our more knowledgeable readers to be please comment on this observation.

HFGK Vol-II (1941-1950) lists the songs of this movie as given below; (in order of their appearing on this movie (Babooji-1950) page in HFGK)

Sl No

Song Title Singer/s

Posted On

01

Saawanwa umdaa aaye ho Sulochana Kadam Being presented today

02

Baat meri maan lo ji, baat meri maan lo Sulochana Kadam,

Anna Saheb

03

Milne nahin paate hain naina lachaaye huye Sulochana Kadam

04

Zaraa sunte jaana ho do dilon ka afsaanaa Sulochana Kadam,

Anna Saheb

23.08.2013

05

Nazar se nazar lad gayi Sulochana Kadam 12.09.2018

06

Rewdiyaan hain rewdiyaan Sulochana Kadam,

Anna Saheb

07

Kyun pareshaan huye, Sulochana Kadam

08

Jo bigad gayi wo qismat hoon Sulochana Kadam 22.11.2017

09

Gorey gorey mukh se jo ghoonghat hataawjo Anna Saheb

As we can see above this movie had made its debut on the blog in 2013 and since then only three songs from the movie have been posted so far. As I was noting the song-list I realized that the voice of Sulochana Kadam is appearing in all songs of this movie, but it is not the case as the last song is a solo in the voice of Anna Saheb. And this is the only male solo in this movie.

Today 13th March 2021 is the eighty-eighth birth anniversary of Sulochana Kadam (born 1933) who later became Sulochana Chavan.  Her singing of many famous and popular ‘lavanis’ in Marathi brought her the honour as ‘Laavni-samradhni’ in Marathi music.

On this occasion here is the song from ‘Baabu Ji’ which is lying with us since August’2013.

Actually, during 2013 – 2015 when I was staying in Kachchh, I had shared some of her songs on the blog. And I had enjoyed listening many of her songs from Hindi movies of that era. The today’s song is also a song which I like very much. One other song “Kyun Preshaan Huye” from this movie is also pending with the editors since then. Let us see when it appears 😊 on the blog.

Let us now listen to the today’s song and wish ‘a very happy birthday’ to Sulochana ji on her birth anniversary today and also wishing her a healthy and peaceful life ahead. . .

Saawanwa Umdaa Aaye Ho

Song – Saawanva Umda Aaye Ho (Baabu Ji) (1950) Singer – Sulochana Kadam, Lyrics – Ehsaan Rizvi, MD – P Ramakant

Lyrics

saawanwa umda aaye ho
saawanwa umda aaye
barkhaa rim jhim jal barsaaye
mann mein aag lagaaye ho
saawanwa umda aaye
saawanwa umdaa aaye ho
saawanwa umdaa aaye

geet ke ras mein mann dooba hai
pyaar ke ras mein naina aa
yaad ke ras mein din dooba hai
birha ke ras mein rainaa
dhyan tera aa jaaye jo
bijli ye jo lehraaye
saawanwa umda aaye
saawanwa umda aaye ho
saawanwa umda aaye

tere sundar roop se akhiyaan
hate nahin hataaye
tujhko sabse nazar bachakar
koi dekhe jaaye
chupke chupke mann veena bhi
pyaar ke geet sunaaye ho
saawanwa umda aaye
saawanwa umda aaye ho
saawanwa umda aaye

kali kali par bhanwaraa doley ae ae ae
koyal shor mahcaaye
pihu pihu kare papiha aa aa
piya ki yaad dilaaye
sab ke mann se taan nikalti
mere mann se haaye
saawanwa umda aaye

saawanwa umda aaye ho
saawanwa umda aaye
barkhaa rim jhim jal barsaaye
mann mein aag lagaaye ho
saawanwa umda aaye

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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सावनवा उमड़ा आए हो
सावनवा उमड़ा आए
बरखा रिमझिम जल बरसाए
मन में आग लगाए हो
सावनवा उमड़ा आए
सावनवा उमड़ा आए हो
सावनवा उमड़ा आए

गीत के रस में मन डूबा है
प्यार के रस में नैना॰ ॰ ॰
याद के रस में दिन डूबा है
बिरह के रस में रैना
ध्यान तेरा आ जाये जो
बिजली ये जो लहराए
सावनवा उमड़ा आए
सावनवा उमड़ा आए हो
सावनवा उमड़ा आए

तेरे सुंदर रूप से अखियाँ
हटे नहीं हटाये
तुझको सबसे नज़र बचाकर
कोई देखे जाये
चुपके चुपके मन वीणा भी
प्यार के गीत सुनाए हो
सावनवा उमड़ा आए
सावनवा उमड़ा आए हो
सावनवा उमड़ा आए

कली कली पर भँवरा डोले॰ ॰ ॰
कोयल शोर मचाये
पीहू पीहू करे पपीहा॰ ॰ ॰
पिया की याद दिलाये
सबके मन से तान निकलती
मेरे मन से हाए
सावनवा उमड़ा आए

सावनवा उमड़ा आए हो
सावनवा उमड़ा आए
बरखा रिमझिम जल बरसाए
मन में आग लगाए हो
सावनवा उमड़ा आए

 


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 other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day :

4493 Post No. : 16020

Today’s song is from the ‘1956’ movie ‘Naqaab Posh’. Another movie from the decade of ‘fifties’ or ‘1951-1960’ where only one song of the same movie has been posted earlier and in this case the first song of this movie ‘Naqaab Posh-1956’ was posted on 28.11.2013.

An interesting song ‘ae mere majnu’, an obscure gem of song was posted by our respected Arun Kumar ji with interesting details about the movie and the story of this movie. I am not going to reproduce the story here in this write-up and would rather request readers to visit the post mentioned above.

‘Naqaabposh-1956’ was directed by Ram Pahwa for ‘Kaizer Films, Bombay’.

It was produced by N. Buli.

It had Chitra, Manhar Desai, Kum Kum, Maya Das, Kamal, Leela Mishra, R.P. Kapoor, Bhudo Advani, Fazlu, Black & White, Aziz, Haafiz Kardar, Master Qadir, Baby Tuntun, Anwar Hussain, S. Nazeer, Maruti, Gope and others.

This movie had eights songs written by Raja Mehdi Ali Khan, Maayil Lakhnavi, Hasrat Jaipuri, and Muneer Arzoo Qazmi.
Two music directors viz. Dhoomi Khan and Ramlal composed the music for this movie.

The singers who gave their voices to the songs in this movie were Shamshad Begam, Asha Bhonsle, Madhubala Zaveri, Sulochana Kadam, Talat Mahmood, Balbir and Bande Hasan.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 14.12.1956.

As mentioned above, one song from this movie sung by Shamshad Begam and G.M. Durrani have been posted earlier on the blog.

Today’s lovely song is in the voice of Sulochana Kadam and it is composed by Dhoomi Khan.

Lyrics are by Maayil Lakhnavi.

I came across this song long back when I had shared some beautiful songs sung by Sulochana Kadam and Zohrabai Ambalewali on the blog i.e. way back in 2013-2014.

Let us now enjoy today’s song and revisit this movie after a long gap of almost seven years. 😊


Song-Nigaahon se samjho dil aane ki baaten (Naqaabposh)(1956) Singer-Sulochana Kadam, Lyrics-Maayil Lucknoi, MD-Dhoomi Khan

Lyrics

Nigaahon se
Nigaahon se Samjho dil aane ki baatein
Nigaahon se samjho dil aane ki baatein
Nahin hai ye sunne sunaane ki baatein
Nahin hai ye sunne sunaane ki baatein
Nigaahon se ae

Tera muskuraa kar wo munh pher lena
Tera muskuraa kar wo munh pher lena
Yahi to hain bas dil lubhaane ki baatein
Yahi to hain bas dil lubhaane ki baatein
Nahin hai ye sunne sunaane ki baatein
Nahin hai ye sunne sunaane ki baatein
Nigaahon se ae

Mohabbat ki furqat ko(?) khaamoshiyon se
Mohabbat ki furqat ko(?) khaamoshiyon se
Khuli ja rahi hai chhupaane ki baatein
Khuli ja rahi hai chhupaane ki baatein
Nahin hai ye sunne sunaane ki baatein
Nahin hai ye sunne sunaane ki baatein
Nigaahon se ae

Mohabbat ki duniya naa bhoolegi hargiz
Mohabbat ki duniya naa bhulegi hargiz
Hamaari tumhaari zamaane ki baatein
Hamaari tumhaari zamaane ki baatein
Nigaahon se
Nigaahon se Samjho dil aane ki baatein
Nigaahon se samjho dil aane ki baatein
Nahin hai ye sunne sunaane ki baatein
Nahin hai ye sunne sunaane ki baatein
Nigaahon se ae ae ae

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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निगाहों से
निगाहों से समझो दिल आने की बातें
निगाहों से समझो दिल आने की बातें
नहीं है ये सुनने सुनाने की बातें
नहीं है ये सुनने सुनाने की बातें
निगाहों से ए

तेरा मुस्कुरा कर वो मुंह फेर लेना
तेरा मुस्कुरा कर वो मुंह फेर लेना
यही तो हैं बस दिल लुभाने की बातें
यही तो हैं बस दिल लुभाने की बातें
नहीं है ये सुनने सुनाने की बातें
नहीं है ये सुनने सुनाने की बातें
निगाहों से ए

मोहब्बत की फुरक़त को खामोशियों से
मोहब्बत की फुरक़त को खामोशियों से
खुली जा रही हैं छुपाने की बातें
खुली जा रही है छुपाने की बातें
नहीं है ये सुनने सुनाने की बातें
नहीं है ये सुनने सुनाने की बातें
निगाहों से ए

मोहब्बत की दुनिया ना भूलेगी हरगिज़
मोहब्बत की दुनिया ना भूलेगी हरगिज़
हमारी तुम्हारी ज़माने की बातें
हमारी तुम्हारी ज़माने की बातें
निगाहों से
निगाहों से समझो दिल आने की बातें
निगाहों से समझो दिल आने की बातें
नहीं है ये सुनने सुनाने की बातें
नहीं है ये सुनने सुनाने की बातें
निगाहों से ए ए ए


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Blog Day: 4274 Post No.: 15507

“Farmaaish”(1953) was produced by J Omprakash and directed by B K Sagar for Majestic Films, Bombay. This “social” fim had Bharat Bhushan, Vijaylaxmi, Pran, Kuldeep, Maruti, Chandrashekhar, Ameer Bano, R K Sama, Kammo, Khairaati, Gope etc in it.

The movie had ten songs in it. Nine of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here are the details of these songs:-

S N Song Song number in blog Date of posting
1 Aapne chheen liyaa dil 2295 11-Feb-2010
2 Muhabbat ki ham chot khaaye huye hain 3973 9-Jun-2011
3 Dil mein hamaare aag lagaa kar chale gaye 3993 12-Jun-2011
4 Teri gali mein aayenge roz nahin kabhi kabhi 4163 9-Jul-2011
5 Tera mera ho gaya prem 8822 10-Oct-2013
6 Tum dil ko tod doge 10183 31-Aug-2014
7 Khushiyon ke zamaane aaye 10191 1-Sep-2014
8 Kabhi hanste hain do dil 11158 30-May-2015
9 Meri ankhiyaan ho gayin chaar o dilbar chaar baje 15491 22-Mar-2020

The eighth song from the movie was covered in 2015. After that there was a big time gap of nearly 5 years because the remaining two songs were not available. When I checked up a few days ago, I could locate the remaining two songs. The ninth song was covered on 22 march 2020.

I saved the rarest song from the movie for the last. Here is this light hearted song from “Farmaaish”(1953). This song is sung by Sulochana Kadam and chorus. Khawar Zamaan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Husnlal Bhagatram.

In this song, the lady asks her beau to bring her a table fan as the days have become hotter and she is finding the heat unbearable.

I think this must be the only song in HFM that discusses Fan. I request our knowledgeable readers to tell us if they are familiar with some other songs dealing with Fans.

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

With this song, all the ten songs from the movie have been covered and the movie joins the list of movies that have been YIPPEED in the blog.


Song-Mohe aata nahin hai chain (Farmaish)(1953) Singer-Sulochana Kadam, Lyrics-Khawar Zamaan, MD-Husnlal Bhagatram
Chorus

Lyrics

Mohe aata nahin hai chain
mohe aata nahin hai chain chain chain
mohe laa de table fan
laa de laa de table fan
ke mausam garmi ka
ho garmi ka
ke mausam garmi ka
ho garmi ka

abhi se itni garmi laage
abhi se itni garmi laage
na jaane kya hoga aage
aage
aage ho aage

main kaise kaatoon
kaise kaatoon din rain rain rain
mohe la de table fan
laa de
laa de table fan
ke mausam garmi ka
ho garmi ka
ke mausam garmi ka
ho garmi ka

mohe aata nahin hai chain
mohe aata nahin hai chain chain chain
mohe la de table fan
laa de laa de table fan
ke mausam garmi ka
ho garmi ka
ke mausam garmi ka
ho garmi ka

daal daal chhoo-mantar aisa daal
daal daal chhoo-mantar aisa daal
Bombay ban jaaye Nainital
Nainital Nainital
Bombay ban jaaye Nainital
Nainital Nainital
phir mil jaayenge
mil jaayenge nain nain nain
mohe laa de table fan
laa de laa de table fan
ke mausam garmi ka
ho garmi ka
ke mausam garmi ka
ho garmi ka

mohe aata nahin hai chain
mohe aata nahin hai chain chain chain
mohe laa de table fan
laa de laa de table fan
ke mausam garmi ka
ho garmi ka
ke mausam garmi ka
ho garmi ka


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Blog Day : 3708 Post No. : 14634

“Baabuji”(1950) was directed by Bhagwan for Udai Productions, Bombay. This stunt movie had Bhagwan, Leela Gupte, Baburao, Usha Shukla, Vasant Rao, Azeem, Jaani, Mirajkar, Zafar, Vitthalrao, Dhondu, Anmanta, Swami etc in it.

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

Here is the third song from “Baabuji”(1950) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Sulochana Kadam. Ehsan Rizvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by P Ramakant.


Song-Nazar se nazar lad gayi (Baabuji)(1950) Singer-Sulochana Kadam, Lyrics-Ehsan Rizvi, MD-P Ramakant

Lyrics

nazar se nazar lad gayi ee ee eeee
haaye raam
nazar se nazar lad gayi
jigar mein chhuri gad gayi haaye raam
nazar se nazar lad gayi
jigar mein chhuri gad gayi haaye raam

nasheeli teri aankhen hai be piye ae ae
nasheeli teri aankhen hai be piye ae ae
hamen zahar gairon ko amrit diye
hamen zahar gairo ko amrit diye
kisi ki nahin ban padi deed(?) kiye ae
pilaane par jab ad gayi
jigar mein chhuri gad gayi haaye raam
nazar se nazar lad gayi

hansi wo sharaarat ki hansne lage ae ae
hansi wo sharaarat ki hasne lage ae ae
gade(?) bachne waale bhi hansne lage
gade(?) bachne waale bhi hansne lage
bichhe jaal sau phande kasne lage ae
girah aur bhi pad gayi
jigar mein chhuri gad gayi haaye ram
nazar se nazar lad gayi


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Blog Day : 3601 Post No. : 14369

“Bhool”(1948) was directed by V Avdhoot for Rajkamal Kalamandir, Bombay. The movie had Dewan Sharar, Suman, Umesh Sharma, Parshuram, K Date, baby Rajshree, Aruna Devi, Leela, Sundara Bai, Kapoor, Baby Madhura, Baby sadhna, Baby Charusheela, Baby Sheela etc in it.

This movie had eight songs in it. Details of singers for these songs are not mentioned in HFGK.

One song from “Bhool”(1948) has been covered in the blog. Here is the second song from the movie to appear in the blog. Feroz Jullandhari is the lyricist. Music is composed by Purushottam.

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


Song-Kya geet mere man ka hai gaaya bahaar ne(Bhool)(1948) Singer-Sulochana Kadam, Lyrics-Feroz Jullandhari, MD-Purushottam

Lyrics

kya geet mere mann ka
kya geet mere mann ka hai
gaaya bahaar ne
gaaya bahar ne
duniya ko apne rang mein ranga hai pyaar ne
duniya ko apne rang mein ranga hai pyaar ne
kya geet mere mann ka

khushboo se mann nagariya ki mehki gali gali
bulbul hai phool phool to bhanwra kali kali
bulbul hai phool phool to bhanwra kali kali
sota hua hai jaadu jagaaya bahaar ne
sota hua hai jaadu jagaaya bahaar ne
kya geet mere mann ka

koyal ki kook aur papeehe ki pi kahaan
koyal ki kook aur papeehe ki pi kahaan
sun sun ke chha rahi hain
o mere man pe mastiyaan
sun sun ke chha rahi hain
o mere man pe mastiyaan
kya kya bahaaron mein hai
sikhaaya bahaar ne
kya kya bahaaron mein hai
sikhaaya bahaar ne
kya geet mere mann ka

masti mein phool naachte hain
ban bhi naachta
masti mein phool naachte hain
ban bhi nachata
aankhen bhi naacati hain
mera mann bhi naachta
aankhen bhi naachti hain
mera mann bhi naachta
maano ke dil lagaa hai
kisi ko pukaarne
maano ke dil lagaa hai
kisi ko pukaarne
kya geet mere mann ka
kya geet mere mann ka hai gaaya bahaar ne
duniya ko apne rang mein ranga hai pyaar ne
duniya ko apne rang mein ranga hai pyaar ne


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Blog Day : 3595 Post No. : 14350

“Devyani”(1952) was produced by Madhukar Harihar and directed by Vasant Painter for Madhav Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Shakuntala, Sapru, Mahipal, Meenakshi, Vasantrao Pahalwan, BankeBihari, Vasantrao Pendharkar etc in it.

This mythological movie had seven songs in it. One song from the movie has been covered in the past

Here is the second song from “Devyani”(1952) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Sulochana Kadam. Manohar Lal Khanna is the lyrics. Music is composed by s Purushottam.

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


Song-Man se man ke taar mila le (Devyaani)(1952) Singer-Sulochana Kadam, Lyrics-Manohar Lal Khanna, MD-S Purushottam

Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

man se man ke taar mila le ae
man se man ke taar mila le
jeewan ka singaar saja le
o matwaale baalma bhole bhale baalma
man se man ke taar mila le
jiwan ka singaar saja le
o matwale baalma
bhole bhale baalma

haathh mein tera haath ho
aur jeewan bhar ka saath ho
o o o
o o o
haath mein tera haath ho
aur jeewan bhar ka saath ho
har raat suhaani raat ho
o o o
o o o
apne man mein mujhe basa le ae
apne man mein mujhe basa le
pyaase man ki pyaas bujha le
o matwaale baalma
bhole bhaale baalma
man se man ke taar mila le
jeewan ka singaar saja le
o matwaale baalma
bhole bhaale baalma

mujhse kar le mel piya
aa aa aa aa aa aa
mujhse kar le mel piya
meri aashaaon se khel piya
khel piya
khil jaaye preet ki bel piya
o o o o o
main bhi gaaun tu bhi gaa le
main bhi gaaun tu bhi gaa le
chhalak uthhe jeewan ke pyaale
o matwaale baalma
bhole bhale baalma
man se man ke taar mila le
jeewan ka singaar saja le
o matwaale baalma
bhole bhale baalma

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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मन से मन के तार मिला ले ए
मन से मन के तार मिला ले
जीवन का सिंगार सजा ले
ओ मतवाले बालमा भोले भाले बालमा
मन से मन के तार मिला ले
जीवन का सिंगार सजा ले
ओ मतवाले बालमा
भोले भाले बालमा

हाथ में तेरा हाथ हो
और जीवन भर का साथ हो
ओ ओ ओ
ओ ओ ओ
हाथ में तेरा हाथ हो
और जीवन भर का साथ हो
हर रात सुहानी रात हो
ओ ओ ओ
ओ ओ ओ
अपने मन में मुझे बसा ले ए
अपने मन में मुझे बसा ले
प्यासे मन कि प्यास बुझा ले
ओ मतवाले बालमा
भोले भाले बालमा
मन से मन के तार मिला ले
जीवन का सिंगार सजा ले
ओ मतवाले बालमा
भोले भाले बालमा
मुझसे कर ले मेल पिया
आ आ आ आ आ आ
मुझसे कर ले मेल पिया
मेरी आशाओं से खेल पिया
खेल पिया
खिल जाए प्रीत कि बेल पिया
ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ
मैं भी गाऊँ तू भी गा ले
मैं भी गाऊँ तू भी गा ले
छलक उठे जीवन के प्याले
ओ मतवाले बालमा
भोले भाले बालमा
मन से मन के तार मिला ले
जीवन का सिंगार सजा ले
ओ मतवाले बालमा
भोले भाले बालमा


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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.

This is a labour of love, where “new” songs are added every day, and that has been the case for over THIRTEEN years. This blog has over 16900 song posts by now.

This blog is active and online for over 5000 days since its beginning on 19 july 2008.

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Total number of songs posts discussed

16949

Number of movies covered in the blog

Movies with all their songs covered =1313
Total Number of movies covered=4587

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