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When it comes to Daaku Drama, our Hindi movie makers have cast their nets far and wide. They have made movies like “Daaku Bhupat”(1950), “Daaku Mansoor”(1934)/(1961), “Shera Daaku” (1966), “Daaku Mangal Singh”(1966), “Sultana Daku”1956/(1972), “Jagga Daaku”(1959), “Jwaala Daaku”(1981), “Daaku Maan Singh”(1971). Then there were titles like “Shareef Daaku”(1960), “Gentleman Daaku”(1961), “Jaadugar Daaku”(1962), “Beraham Daaku”(1959), “Bahaadur Daaku”(1966), “Diler Daaku”(1957), “Bhedi Daakoo”(1950) etc. There was a plain “Daaku”(1955)/(1975) as well. And for the sake of equal opportunity, we had “Daaku Haseena”(1987), “Daaku Bijli”(1987). Then “Daaku Ka Ladka”(1935),”Daaku Ki Ladki”(1954) were also there.

Then there were some movie makers who went global and looked for Vilaayati Daakoos as well. Their more favourite videshi daakoo is “Robinhood”. In fact “Lady Robinhood” is more popular with Hindi movie makers that even Robinhood. Movies called “Lady Robinhood” have been made in 1946, 1959 and 1995. Male Robinhood got two Hindi movies in comparison. One was “Sakhi Robin”(1962), where Sakhi means “kind” and not “saheli” as many people erroneously believe.

The other Robinhood movie was “Adventures of Robinhood”(1965). This movie was directed by B J Patel for People Pictures, Bombay. This movie had Prashant, Praveen Chaudhary, Neelofar, Bhagwan, Shyam Kumar, Vish Mehra, Vishwas Kunte, Gul Hamid, Hari Shukla, Shri Bhagwan, Saudagar singh, Dhanraj, Gopal, Jeewankala, Pal Sharma etc in it.

This movie had six songs in it. Like most B grade movies, it had A grade music and some of the songs of this movie became extremely popular. Cynical people like me could well be pardoned to believe that Robinhood spend more time singing romantic songs than robbing people.🙂

There were six songs in the movie. Five of these songs have been discussed in the past.

Here is the sixth and final song from “Adventures of Robinhood”(1965). This song is a rare song. In fact one visitor of this blog had given this song as his farmaish long time back.

This song is sung by Suman Kalyanpur. Anjaan is the lyricist. Music is composed by G S Kohli.

Here is this song, which is just as wonderfu to listen to as the other songs from the movie.

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, “Adventures of Robinhood”(1965) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Nasha rangeen aankhon ka (Adventures of Robinhood)(1965) Singer-Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-G S Kohli

Lyrics

nasha rangeen aankhon ka
kise saugaat mein de doon
bahakti zindagi ke haath
kiske haath mein de doon
main kiske haath mein de doon
nasha rangeen aankhon ka
kise saugaat mein de doon
bahakti zindagi ke haath
kiske haath mein de doon
main kiske haath mein de doon
nasha rangeen aankhon ka
kise saugaat mein de doon

mere rukhsaar par bikhri
mahakti zulf hai aise
sharaabi chaand ke gaalon se
lipti ho ghata jaise
ke lipti ho ghata jaise
ghata resham ki
kisko pyaar ki barsaat mein de doon
bahakti zindagi ke haath
kiske haath mein de doon
main kiske haath mein de doon
nasha rangeen aankhon ka
kise saugaat mein de doon

sulagte hain jawaan saanses
adaa leti hai angdaayi
tamannaaon ne to jaise
machalne ki kasam khaayin
machalne ki kasam khaayin
machalti dhadkanen
kisko gulaabi raat mein de doon
bahakti zindagi ke haath
kiske haath mein de doon
main kiske haath mein de doon
nasha rangeen aankhon ka
kise saugaat mein de doon


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Sureeli Suman – 21
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Produced by Gulshan Kumar under ‘T Series’ by Super Cassettes Industries Limited,
an album ‘He Govind He Gopal’ with Suman Kalyanpur’s sureele devotional offerings. The album had ten gems out of which four have already been discussed, in this musical Blog. This is the fifth one, so with this, half of that Album will be covered, still a long way before Hari Ichchha permitting, I complete the list.
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Sureeli Suman – 20
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Produced by Gulshan Kumar under ‘T Series’ by Super Cassettes Industries Limited,
an album ‘He Govind He Gopal’ had Suman Kalyanpur’s sureele devotional offerings. The album had ten gems out of which three have already been discussed, in this musical Blog. This one is the fourth one, so a long way before Hari Ichchha permitting, I complete the list.
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Sureeli Suman – 19
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In 1995, Gulshan Kumar, owner of ‘T Series’, under the name of ‘Super Cassettes Industries’ published this Devotional Album by Suman Kalyanpur titled ‘Hey Govind Hey Gopal’. Gulshan Kumar had many Music composers and Lyricists on his regular payroll. Like a factory these artists churned out songs after songs and they were stored as a bank of songs for any situations for whichever producer wanted them.
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Sureeli Suman – 17
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Suman Kalyanpur requires no introduction. In short: She is admired by music lovers all over the world. To recap our journey, let me repeat some facts, briefly.
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Sureeli Suman – 16
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This is the last but one song from the album ‘Swar Bahaar’, for which I have repeatedly discussed the details, in this series.  Music Director Shyam Sharma has provided appropriate lilting tune to the lyrics of Anjaan.
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The saga starts in 1947. It is the runaway hit “Afsaana Likh Rahi Hoon Dil e Beqraar Ka” (film ‘Dard’). Not many artists can lay claim to such a meteoric debut. And also, not many can pride themselves with unbroken partnerships and associations with other artists, that have lasted for an entire lifetime.
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It is a well-known fact that the singing career of Suman Kalyanpur in Hindi film industry remained under the shadow of Lata Mangeshkar mainly because many in the Hindi film industry felt that her voice was too close to that of Lata Mangeshkar. When Suman Kalyanpur started her playback singing career in 1954, Lata Mangeshkar was already well established in Hindi films. When the choice came for the music directors between the two, producers and/or distributors would pressurize music directors to engage Lata Mangeshkar as her songs were more saleable than that of the new comers. There could be some other reasons also which stunted her career path.
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Sureeli Suman – 15
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The original HMV of EMI group was renamed RPG, when purchased by the Goenka Group. Later on in 2000, this major music producing company was aptly named as ‘Sa Re Ga Ma’. During earlier years, it used to sponsor great artists to produce many non-film music albums. Later on, under the false pretext of changing music trends, but mainly due to commercial angles, such publications along with classical music albums ware slowly reduced to very near zero.
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Missing Films of 1960s – 24
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To each his due – that is an adage that basically covers all the destinies, whether right or wrong, whether happy or sad. The struggle to definitively define whether success is destined, or whether it can be achieved through hard work, is a tough task indeed. Logic and arguments work both ways. Believers of destiny even go as far to propound that one will put hard work in life, because that is what the destiny says should be. And sometimes one tends to lean towards that argument – for there are numerous cases we know of people successful without having to put in too much hard work, or having displayed much capabilities. And of course, there are cases, also very numerous, where highly capable people are seen putting in lot of hard work most of their lives, but still, the coveted fruits of success elude them. And so, after witnessing so many such seemingly unfortunate lives, living through such seemingly unfair circumstances, one is eventually resigned to say – to each his due.
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