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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.

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Mohammed Rafi – Duets – ‘अ’  से  ‘ह’ तक  (From ‘अ’ to ‘ह’) – 22
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‘ठ’ – ठहर ज़रा ओ जानेमन, ना हाथ लगाना जानेमन ॰ ॰ ॰

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फिर तेरी याद नए गीत सुनाने आई

Yes, it is a story of every day – a song plays and memories come by. Or sometimes, memories passing thru remind of a song that is so very dear to the heart. That is all that remains now – memories and songs playing hide and seek in the dimly lit bylanes of the mind.

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The next song in this series comes from the 1976 film ‘Ladki Bholi Bhaali’. And incidentally this film is also making its debut on the blog today. That makes it three in a row today – 🙂 🙂 .

The film was directed by Ashok Roy for Mahesh Chitra, Bombay. The star cast listed for the film is Asha Sachdev, Gautam Sarin, Junior Mehmood, Ramesh Dev, Tarun Ghosh, Anita Guha, Ranveer Raj, Ram Mohan, Lalita Chatterjee, Rupali, Darshan, Krishan Duggal, Baldev Trehan, Manik Dutt, Master Devanand, Heena Kausar, Rakesh Pandey, Snehlata, Bharat Bhushan, and Dheeraj etc.

The film has music by Usha Khanna. Geet Kosh lists four songs for this film, three of which are from the pen of Hasrat Jaipuri. All those three songs are solos in the voice of Asha Bhosle. The fourth song, which is the song presented today, is a duet in the voice of Rafi Sb and Usha Khanna herself. And it is written by Saawan Kumar Tak.

Saawan Kumar has had a good partnership with Usha Khanna. Usha ji has given music to 11 films which have either been directed by Saawan Kumar, or he has written lyrics for them. They were married, but the matrimonial relationship did not last for long. Together they have created such popular hits like “Barkha Rani, Zara Jam Ke Barso“, “Wo Jidhar Dekh Rahe Hain, Sab Udhar Dekh Rahe Hain” (both from ‘Sabak’, 1973) “Teri Galiyon Mein Na Rakhenge Kadam. . .“, (‘Hawas’, 1974), “Sar e Mehfil Mera Imaan Beimaan Ho Gaya” (‘Ab Kya Hoga’, 1977), “Shaayad Meri Shaadi Ka Khyaal. . .“, “Zindagi Pyaar Ka Geet Hai” (both from ‘Souten’, 1983). (I am surprised that this last mentioned song is still waiting to come on board.)

Coming to today’s song, it is picturized on Rakesh Pandey and Asha Sachdev Snehlata, with Gautam Sarin also present in the scene and also lip-syncing some lines. I have not yet seen the film, and so the situation is not clear to me. I request other friends and readers who may have seen this film, to add some background information about the situation in this song.

Song – Thehar Zara O Jaan e mann  (Ladki Bholi Bhaali) (1976) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Usha Khanna, Lyrics – Saawan Kumar Tak, MD – Usha Khanna

Lyrics

thehar zara o jaan e mann
na haath lagaana jaan e mann
thehar zara o jaan e mann
na haath lagaana jaan e mann

arre ja teri to
re re re re ja teri to
chalne waali yahaan teri chaal nahin re haan

thehar zara o jaan e mann
na haath lagaana jaan e mann
arre thehar zara o jaan e mann
na haath lagaana jaan e mann

ghabra gai kyon
sharma gai kyon
ghabra gai kyon kyon
sharma gai kyon kyon
darti hoon
sansaar se
is chori chori
waale pyaar se
chal khisak teri to
arre re re khisak teri to
galne waali yahaan teri daal nahin re haan
thehar zara o jaan e mann
na haath lagaana jaan e mann
thehar zara o jaan e mann
na haath lagaana jaan e mann

chal ped ke peechhe
mere peechhe peechhe
chal ped ke pichhe
mere pichhe pichhe
bairi mujhko
na sataa
teri neeyat ka
hai pata
chal uff teri to
arre re re uff teri to
ye chhori patne waali hai nahin re haan
thehar zara o jaan e mann
na haath lagaana jaan e mann
thehar zara o jaan e mann
ja ja na haath lagaana jaan e mann

arre jaa teri to
arre re re jaa teri to
chalne waali yahaan teri chaal nahin re haan
thehar zara o jaan e mann
na haath lagaana jaan e mann
aaaaan thehar zara o jaan e mann
ja ja na haath lagaana jaan e mann

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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ठहर ज़रा ओ जानेमन
ना हाथ लगाना जानेमन
ठहर ज़रा ओ जानेमन
ना हाथ लगाना जानेमन

अरे जा तेरी तो
रे रे रे रे जा तेरी तो
चलने वाली यहाँ तेरी चाल नहीं रे हाँ

ठहर ज़रा ओ जानेमन
ना हाथ लगाना जानेमन
अरे ठहर ज़रा ओ जानेमन
ना हाथ लगाना जानेमन

घबरा गई क्यों
शर्मा गई क्यों
घबरा गई क्यों
शर्मा गई क्यों
डरती हूँ
संसार रे
इस चोरी चोरी
वाले प्यार से
चल खिसक तेरी तो
अरे रे रे खिसक तेरी तो
गलने वाली यहाँ तेरी दाल नहीं रे हाँ
ठहर ज़रा ओ जानेमन
ना हाथ लगाना जानेमन
ठहर ज़रा ओ जानेमन
ना हाथ लगाना जानेमन

चल पेड़ के पीछे
मेरे पीछे पीछे
चल पेड़ के पिछ्छे
मेरे पिछ्छे पिछ्छे
बैरी मुझको
ना सता
तेरी नीयत का
है पता
चल उफ़्फ़ तेरी तो
अरे रे रे उफ़्फ़ तेरी तो
ये छोरी पटने वाली है नहीं रे हाँ
ठहर ज़रा ओ जानेमन
ना हाथ लगाना जानेमन
ठहर ज़रा ओ जानेमन
ना हाथ लगाना जानेमन

अरे जा तेरी तो
अरे रे रे जा तेरी तो
चलने वाली यहाँ तेरी चाल नहीं रे हाँ
ठहर ज़रा ओ जानेमन
ना हाथ लगाना जानेमन
आं॰॰॰ ठहर ज़रा ओ जानेमन
जा जा ना हाथ लगाना जानेमन

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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 : 3692 Post No. : 14606

27th August – a traveling tour, a distant land, and an unexpected loss; a loss that is as numbing even today, as shattering as it was when it happened then. 1976, and a hotel in Detroit, USA. The soul of the voice and the voice of the soul – both were stilled forever. A life of just 53 years. And a singing career that was wonderfully placed. Both cut short by the matters of the heart – matters that could not be set right.

Today, we remember Mukesh, through his songs, in an effort to re-live the times. And to enjoy the listening pleasure that this voice still continues to be forty two years after his departure.

Mahesh ji’s wonderful selection “Yahaan Radha Kund Hai Shyam Kund Hai” from an obscure film ‘Subhash Chandra’ has already posted earlier in the day today. Here is one more song in the memory of this soulful voice.

The film is ‘Aayega Aanewaala’ from 1967. This film is produced and directed by Kewal Misra for his home company, Kewal Productions, Bombay. The list of actors reads as follows – Kumkum, Sanjeev Kumar, Sabita Chatterjee, Ram Mohan, Kundan, Rajan Haksar, Chaman Puri, Uma Khosla, Ravi Khanna, Bela Bose, Khairati, and Agha.

There are six songs in this film, all written by Naqsh Lyallpuri, and the music is composed by the duo of Sapan Jagmohan. One song of this film has already been posted here. This is the second song coming on board.

The filming location for this song is Simla (in Himachal Pradesh) – a very scenic and a popular vacation resort, right from the pre-independence days. The song is picturized as what appears to be a picnic song. Sanjeev Kumrar is wooing and teasing Kum Kum, telling her that he is a seasoned player, and that he is not easily perturbed.

The song is a lively, playful song. In the voice of Mukesh, it becomes more endearing. The voice suits all types of emotions – even naughty playfulness. Listen and enjoy.

Song – Hum Wo Nahin Jo Aapke Kadmon Mein Dil Ko Rakh Den (Aayega Aanewaala) (1967) Singer – Mukesh, Lyrics – Naqsh Lyallpuri, MD – Sapan Jagmohan

Lyrics

hum wo nahin to aapke
kadmon mein dil ko rakh den
hum ne zamaana dekha hai
hum ne zamaana dekha hai
hum wo nahin to aapke
kadmon mein dil ko rakh den
hum ne zamaana dekha hai
hum ne zamaana dekha hai

aise na hamen tum dekho
chehre se zulf hata ke
aise na hamen tum dekho
chehre se zulf hata ke
teri nazar ka raaz hain hum
bade zamaana saaz hain hum
hum ne zamaana dekha hai
hum ne zamaana dekha hai

hothon pe phool hansi ke
aankhon mein hayaa ka sagar
hothon pe phool hansi ke
aankhon mein hayaa ka sagar
badi haseen hain ye adaayen
kaho hamen na aazmaayen
hum ne zamaana dekha hai
hum ne zamaana dekha hai

tauba ye shokh jawaani
rangeen qayaamat ho tum
tauba ye shokh jawaani
rangeen qayaamat ho tum  
tumhen kasam hai maan jaao
hamen ye tewar na dikhaao
kyon ke zamaana dekha hai
hum ne zamaana dekha hai

hum wo nahin to aapke
kadmon mein dil ko rakh den
hum ne zamaana dekha hai
hum ne zamaana dekha hai

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हम वो नहीं जो आपके
कदमों में दिल को रख दें
हमने ज़माना देखा है
हमने ज़माना देखा है
हम वो नहीं जो आपके
कदमों में दिल को रख दें
हमने ज़माना देखा है
हमने ज़माना देखा है

ऐसे ना हमें तुम देखो
चेहरे से जुल्फ हटा के
ऐसे ना हमें तुम देखो
चेहरे से जुल्फ हटा के
तेरी नज़र का राज़ हैं हम
बड़े ज़माना साज हैं हम
हमने ज़माना देखा है
हमने ज़माना देखा है

होठों पे फूल हंसी के
आँखों में हया का सागर
होठों पे फूल हंसी के
आँखों में हया का सागर
बड़ी हसीं हैं ये अदाएं
कहो हमें ना आज़माएँ
हमने ज़माना देखा है
हमने ज़माना देखा है

तौबा ये शोख जवानी
रंगीन क़यामत हो तुम
तौबा ये शोख जवानी
रंगीन क़यामत हो तुम
तुम्हें कसम है मान जाओ
हमें ये तेवर ना दिखाओ
हमने ज़माना देखा है
हमने ज़माना देखा है

हम वो नहीं जो आपके
कदमों में दिल को रख दें
हमने ज़माना देखा है
हमने ज़माना देखा है


This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, 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 : 3679 Post No. : 14573

Hullo Atuldom

I think I should get over this habit of waking up late to dates. I remembered that today (14 august 2018) was Johnny Lever’s birthday and later, yesterday, around seven in the evening I remembered that 14th august is also Shammi Kapoor’s anniversary. He passed away this date in 2011. Its been seven years.

Shammi Kapoor the man with “Neeli aankhen” (bade hai dil ke kale haan yehi neeli si aankhon waale) were his eyes actually blue or were they light? The gora-chitta-banka naujawan. The dancer who, I am sure, made a number of choreographers cry by doing his own stuff to the rhythm of the songs and had audiences lapping it up. And IMHO Helen was one dancer who managed to follow the choreographer when Shammi did his own stuff on his cue during dance numbers – the last part of “ai ai ya karoon main kya suku suku”is the best example for this. He would have continued in this manner but for the death of his beloved wife Geeta Bali, post which he lost interest for a few years, and then when he returned to the screen he began looking older than his age. He played Vinod Khanna’s older brother in 1971 in “Preetam” and father two years later in “Zameer”. Leena Chandavarkar, his heroine in Preetam, looks very tiny in front of him.

His movies all had memorable songs, mostly sung by Mohd. Rafi in the 60s and later in the 70s & 80s Kishore Kumar sang a few songs filmed on Shammi. There is video on YouTube wherein Shammi talks of his friendship with Kishore Kumar which possibly began at the time of “Mem Sahib” (1956/57) but (in Shammi’s words) he got a chance to lip-sync to Kishore only in the late 70s and 80s. when I heard Shammi mention “Mem Sahib” I decided to see it on YouTube. First thing that struck me was all the actors played characters that we later generation audiences are not familiar with. Meena Kumari played a mod-girl, Shammi Kapoor a negative character and Kishore Kumar a brahmachari who is confused about the ways of the world.

Yesterday when I realised the significance of 14th august with regard to Shammi Kapoor I had a chat with our Atulji to find out if there were any Shammi song left, are we at the bottom of the barrel? He gave me a list of post 1970 movies and also mentioned “Preetam”. I remember having seen this movie made by Bhappi Sonie in the times when doordarshan was the sole source of entertainment. I remember Leena Chandavarkar was paired opposite Shammi and Helen was for Vinod Khanna. I remembered the songs were also decently good.
Today’s song is a typical Shammi Kapoor song in the sense it is sung by Mohd. Rafi with music by Shankar Jaikishan. Only odd man out here is the lyricist -Rajinder Krishan.

Remembering Shammi Kapoor with this song from 1971.


Song-Sher se ladne aayi dekho shahar ki ik billi (Preetam)(1971) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Shankar Jaikishan
Chorus

Lyrics

sher se ladne aayi dekho
shahar ki ik billi
sher se ladne aayi dekho
shahar ki ik billi
chidiya ghar mein bhej den isko
kalkatte ya dilli
dilli thheek rahegi
sher se ladne aayi dekho
sher se ladne aayi dekho
shahar ki ik billi
chidiya ghar mein bhej den isko
kalkatte ya dilli
dilli thheek rahegi
sher se ladne aayi dekho

maasha allaah
aankhen dekho
masha allah aankhen dekho
bilkul makdi jaisi hain
allah allaah
taangen dekho
allaah allaah taangen dekho
sookhi lakdi jaisi hai
daal ke choohe daani mein
daal ke choohe daani mein
phenk aate hain paani mein
nahin nahin
dilli thheek rahegi

sher se ladne aayi dekho shahar ki ik billi
chidiya ghar mein bhej den isko
kalkatte ya dilli
dilli thheek rahegi
sher se ladne aayi dekho

doodh malaai
chori ka ye
doodh malaai chori ka ye
kha kha ke gurraati hai
kad hai poore dedh haath ka
kad hai poore dedh haath ka
meri kamar tak aati hai
bilti iski karwaa den
bilti iski karwaa den
baans bareilli pahuncha den
nahin nahin dilli thheek rahegi
sher se ladne aayi dekho
shahar ki ek billi
chidiya ghar mein bhej den isko
kalkatte ya dilli
yeah
dilli thheek rahegi
sher se ladne aayi dekho

aahaa
naazuk naazuk bhoore bhoore
naazuk naazuk poore bhoore
tan par haath phiraayenge
gale mein iske baandh ke ghanti
gale mein iske baandh ke ghanti
isko dance karaayenge
sabko naach dikhaayegi
sabko naach dikhaayegi
paise chaar kamaayegi
nahin nahin dilli thheek rahegi
sher se ladne aayi dekho
shahar ki ik billi
chidiya ghar mein bhej den isko
kalkatte ya dilli
dilli thheek rahegi
sher se ladne aayi dekho


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 : 3657 Post No. : 14518

Today’s song is from an obscure film Kul kalank-45.

If one critically looks at the artistes’ mix in Hindi films from Talkie era beginning upto 1947, one would find that, if not a majority, a sizable number was of Muslim community. The 15 % section of Indian population was prominently present in the film world. Actors, actresses, directors, singers, Lyricists and Music directors… you name a department and they were there. In a way this community enriched the film and music by bringing Ghazals, Thumris etc into the Music and dance items like Mujra and qawalis became famous and popular part of the Hindi films.

After 1947, many Muslim artistes from almost all departments of film making migrated to Pakistan, making way for artistes who were waiting in the wings-so to say- to fill the void, in Indian film world. many Muslim artistes chose to stay in India. While many divided their families into both countries ( Rafi, Kardar, Mehboob etc), there were many who shifted Lock, stock and barrel to Pakistan.

Legends like Dilip, Meena Kumari, Mehboob, Naushad and Rafi etc stayed back and enriched the Indian film industry, beyond words. One of the major specialities of this industry was ( and is ) its Secular nature. While a team of Muslim Singer (Rafi), Muslim Lyricist (Shakeel) and a Muslim Composer (Naushad) gave us an evergreen Bhajan like “Man tadpat Hari darshan ko aaj (Baiju Baawra) “, a team of Hindu composer (CR), Hindu Lyricist (Shailendra) and a Hindu Singer ( Lata ) gave us a Devotional Naat “Duaa kar gham e dil, Khuda se duaa kar(Anarkali) “.

BOMBAY- the Mayanagari of films, attracted many aspirants from all over the country. One can understand, if those who wanted to make a successful career and become famous, flocked to Bombay, but sometimes even the famous ones with a bright career already in place, also were tempted to join this industry. Some names which come readily to mind are- Pt. Ravi Shankar, the International Sitar Maestro and a Bharat Ratna-1999. He became a Music Director and gave music to 5 films….Neechanagar and Dharti ke Lal-1946, Anuradha-60, Godaan-63 and Meera-79. The famous Sarod player Ali Akbar Khan gave music to 7 films. And then, the famous Tabla player All Rakha Khan Qureshi also had a stint in Hindi films. Today’s film Kul Kalank-45 had his music.

Ustad Allah Rakha, born as Allah Rakha Qureshi, was born in Jammu and Kashmir on 29-4-1919. He was an Indian tabla player, who popularised the art of tabla playing all over the world. Allah Rakha was born to a soldier, who later returned from the army and worked as a farmer after that to earn his bread and butter. Being the eldest of seven sons, his father did not expect him to learn music and opposed his idea of learning classical music.

Ustad Allah Rakha, as a young boy of 12 years, found the instrument fascinating while visiting his uncle in Gurdaspur. His inclination towards Indian classical music and the Performing Arts made him run away to Lahore for further learning, as he found little scope of learning the art-form in his home-town. Allah Rakha studied at the Punjab school of classical music (gharana) where he became a student of Ustad Mian Khadarbaksh Pakhawaji (Mian Quader Bakshi). He was trained to be a singer under Ustad Ashiq .

Allah Rakha was also associated to theater as he lived in Pathankot for sometime and worked for a theater company. In 1930, Allah Rakha worked at a radio station in Lahore. According to reports, he moved to Delhi after six years, in 1936, to work with All India Radio. In 1940, he moved to Bombay and worked with Pandit Ravi Shankar and again on All India Radio. He was the station’s first ever tabla solo player then. After which he even composed music for 40 Hindi films from 1943 to 1958. His first film as a MD was Mahasati Anusuya-43 and the last released film was Idd ka chaand-64. He even sang 14 songs in 7 films between 1942 to 1949

Ustad Allah Rakha had married twice. He was first married to Bavi Begum and had three sons, Zakir Hussain, Fazal Qureshi and Taufiq Qureshi and two daughters Khurshid Aulia née Qureshi and Razia. Razia served him in his later years and was like a constant companion to her father. She died after a routine cataract surgery and Allah Rakha could not cope with the shock of her death and immediately slipped into a coma and passed away within 24 hours on 3-2-2000.

Zakir Hussain is one of the most renowned tabla players of India.

Allah Rakha’s son Zakir Hussain grew up to be another legend in the country. Zakir Hussain has also been honoured with the Padma Shri in 1988 and the Padma Bhushan in 2002, by the Government of India. The honour that was bestowed upon his father by the Sangeet Natak Akademi came to him as well in 1990. Hussain has been working in films and on albums in India as well as abroad. Hussain owes his career to his father, who had made sure that he remained focused on the art-form.

Ustad Allah Rakha had established the Alla Rakha Institute of Music in Bombay in 1986 and imparted his knowledge of the instrument to all his disciples in the institute. Allah Rakha and sitar maestro Pandit Ravi Shankar brought classical Hindustani music to Western audiences as well. He was honoured with the Padma Shri Award by the Government of India in 1977 for his contributions to elevate the reach of tabla playing as an art form across the globe. Later on, Sangeet Natak Akademi also honoured him.

Ustad Allah Rakha and sitar maestro Pandit Ravi Shankar brought classical Hindustani music to Western audiences as well. Their partnership reached legendary heights with performances at the Monterey Pop Festival in 1967 and the Woodstock Festival in 1969. The two performed together in a lot many festivals and elevated the respect and popularity of tabla playing as an art form. Other than Pandit Ravi Shankar, he also worked with renowned Kathak dancers like Sitara Devi and Birju Maharaj.

Ustad Allah Rakha found fans not only in India but abroad as well. Reportedly, American percussionist, the Grateful Dead’s Mickey Hart, was his huge fan. Hart always tried to learn from him even from single visits that Ustad used to make to his country. Hart was also quoted saying, “Alla Rakha is the Einstein, the Picasso; he is the highest form of rhythmic development on this planet.”

Other than the Grateful Dead drummer, Mickey Hart, Ustad Allah Rakha inspired George Harrison from The Beatles as well. Both of them performed together for a Concert for Bangladesh in 1971. Mickey Hart also collaborated with him for Rolling Thunder in 1972. The picture we have here is of Hell’s Angels member Terry The Tramp with tabla player Ustad Alla Rakha as they were set to perform together at the Monterey International Pop Festival, June 17th, 1967. He had collaborated with many prominent rock groups.

While Ustad used to generally team up with Pandit Ravi Shankar for his performances, he once collaborated with jazz drummer Buddy Rich for an album, Rich à la Rakha in 1968. Some of his greatest works have been in the form of albums Improvisations, West Meets East, Album 3 (with Ravi Shankar, Yehudi Menuhin, Jean Pierre Rampel, Martine Gelliot), Angel (1976), Master Drummers with Zakir Hussain (1991), Tabla Duet, Chhanda Dhara (1994), Ultimate in Taal-vidya, Magnasound/OMI (1996),

The cast of film Kul Kalank-45 was Shanta Hublikar, Masood, Shehzadi, Maajid, Amirbai karnataki, Dulari, Protima Devi, W M Khan, Saroj Borkar etc etc. In this list we find names of Masood, Shehzadi and Majid, who are not well known to most people.

Masood Mohammed Ansari was born on 16-2-1921 at Lahore in a respectable family. After passing the Matriculation, he joined films with screen name Shyam, but as there were already 2 actors with that name, he retained his own name shortened to just Masood. He joined Bombay Talkies on a monthly salary, but even in one year, he did not get any role in a film, so he resigned.

He did small roles in Sitara and Gunehgar -39, but was noticed in Bahurani-40. Due to his good looks and personality, he got roles with leading ladies like Sitara, Swarnalata, Nurjehan, Mumtaz Shanti, Khurshid Jr. and Shamim. He acted in society-42,Aabroo-43,Naadan-43, Raahgir-43, Ishara-43, Nagad Narayan-43, Kul kalank-45, pujari-46, Nek parveen-46 and Bhanwar-47. he got married just before partition and migrated to Pakistan, with his family.

The other name we find is of Shehzadi. Now, there was another actress Shehzadi, who was the daughter of actress director and producer Fatima Begum and sister of Zubeida (Alam Ara) and Sultana. She had done films from 1926 to 1939 only. Zubeida and Sultana were married in 1936. She also got married and left films. Actress Shehzadi of film Kul Kalank-45 was different. She was born in Bombay and knew Urdu, Hindi, English, Gujarati and Marathi languages. She joined Bombay Talkies and her Debut film was Jhoola-41. In this film she did a dance and song item with Mumtaj Ali (father of Mehmood). The song was ” Main to Delhi se dulhan laaya re “. This became a hit song. She had learned Dancing before joining films. This came handy in films. She acted in 26 films from 1941 to 1947. In film ‘ Hanso hanso,aye duniyawalon’-42, she was Gope’s Heroine. In 1947, she started her own company Ratnakar productions and made a film ” Utho Jaago’ with Hero Ashiq Hussain. After Partition, she married the Hero and migrated to Pakistan.

The third name is Majid. His name was Abdul majid Syed. he was born at Farrukhabad in U.P. in 1915. His father was an Overseer. After matric in 1929, he started his business of Leather in Akola, Maharashtra. in 1935, actor, director and producer Nazeer of Hind pictures, introduced him to S.K.Daryani and he got a small role in Sher ka Panja-36 and Sangdil samaj-36. However, from film Bulldog-37, he got side roles and lead roles in films like Gentleman daku-37, insaaf-37, Rajkumari-38, Masterman-38, Zamana-38, Mud-40, Saubhagya-40, Swami-41, Swaminath-42, he also acted in more films like Najma-43, Babar-44 and Zeenat-45.

In all he did over 100 films till 1947. After Partition, he migrated to Pakistan with Nazeer and Swarnalata.

In film Kul kalank-45, there were 11 songs. Today’s song is a duet by Ameerbai karnataki and Rafi. Mind you, in 1945, Mohd. Rafi was still a new singer. Having started only in 1944, this song was just the 7th song in his career. from his style and voice itself, one can make out that this singer was a new one. That way, this is a rare song of Rafi and a song which is not easily available.

Film Kul Kalank was re-released as ” Jeewan Chhaya ” in 1946 again. Kul Kalank-45 makes a Debut on the Blog. Listen to Rafi’s rare song.
( Credits- A.I.Directory, pakfilms.com,, CITWF.com, Times of India back issue, HFGK, MuVyz, Flash back-Isak Mujawar, Asli Nakli Chehere-V.Pandya and my notes )


Song-Topiwaale babu ne dil chheena (Kul Kalank)(1945) Singers-Amirbai Karnataki, Rafi, Lyrics-Roopbani, MD-Alla Rakkha Qureshi
Both

Lyrics

Topiwaale baabu ne dil chheena
Topiwaale baabu ne dil chheena
dil chheena re mora man chheena aa
dil chheena re mora man chheena
haay dil chheena re mora man chheena
Topiwaale baabu ne dil chheena

tirchhi nazron se kar ke ishaara
tirchhi nazron se kar ke ishaara
Topiwaale baabu ne dil chheena
baanke nainon waali ne dil chheena
dil chheena re mora man chheena aa
dil chheena re mora man chheena
haaye dil chheena re mora man chheena
baanke nainon waali ne dil chheena
baanke nainon waali ne dil chheena
kaali zulfon ka de ke nazaara
kaali zulfon ka de ke nazaara
baanke nainon waali ne dil chheena
baanke nainon waali ne dil chheena

o o o
bhari bajariya mein khenche chunariya aa aa
bhari bajariya mein khenche chunariya
khenche chunariya mera
haay raam
khenche chunariya mera
haay raam
khenche chunariya aa
maare sharam meri doobi najariya
maare sharam meri doobi najariya
maathhe pe aaya paseena aa aa
maathhe pe aaya paseenaa
Topiwaale baabu ne dil chheena
Topiwaale baabu ne dil chheena

ho o o
bhari bajariya mein ghoonghat nikaale ae ae
bhari bajariya mein ghoonghat nikaale ae ae
chalti ho kyun tum aanchal sambhaale
chalti ho kyun tum aanchal sambhaale
dikhaati ho kyun apna seena aa
dikhaati ho kyun apna seena
baanke nainon waali ne dil chheena

topi waale baabu ne dil chheena
dil chheena
dil chheena


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Blog Day : 3651 Post No. : 14498

“Raahgeer”(1969) was directed by Tarun Majumdar for Geetanjali-Chitradeep, Calcutta. The movie had Vishwajeet, Sandya Roy, Shashikala, Padma, Nirupa Roy, basant Chaudhary, Kanhaiyalal, Anwar Hussain, Pahadi Sanyal, Ifthikar, Prasenjit, Asit Sen, Chaman Puri, Savita Chatterji, Ram Avtar, Rasheed Khan, C S Dubey etc in it.

The movie had ten songs in it, and the songs were suprize packages. Four of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fifth song from “Raahgeer”(1969) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Kishore Kumar. Gulzar is the lyricist. Music is composed by Hemant Kumar.

Just listen to this rare song. You will agree with me that this movie contains lots of surprise packages and this song is one of them.


Song-Baabu ghabraate hain (Raahgeer)(1969) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Gulzar, MD-Hemant Kumar

Lyrics

babu ghabraate hain
babu ghabrate hain
chori chori aankhon se
chori chori aankhon se teer chalaate hain
beebi sach kehti ho
beebi sach kehti ho
chonch to hai baahar
aur ande mein rehti ho
beebi sach kahti ho

chhaila mere rangeele
dikhne mein bhole se
chakhne mein zahreele
dikhne mein gudiya ho
bholi bhaali samjhe thhe
mirchi ki pudiya ho

chale thhe gulaab lene dekho phulwaadi se
chale thhe gulaab lene dekho phulwaadi se
kaanton se ulajh baithe babu ye anaadi se
ah
pada nahin paala abhi aapka khilaadi se
tinke nikaalo beebi choron ki daadhi se
choron se rishta hai
choron se uljho jaake
banda farishta hai

umm hmm
fariste aapse hote hain aaj hi jaana
fariste aapse hote hain aaj hi jaana
zameen pe kaise huaa kahiye aapka aana
khuda ne aapko apna salaam bheja hai
mizaaj poochhne
aa haan mijaaj poochhne ko ye ghulaam bheja hai

waah
suna hai aapke rishte se chanda maama hain
khuda ke paas wahaan aapka nishaama hai
he he
kamaal karte hain
har baat boojh lete hain
biraadari ko
biraadari ko badi zaldi soongh lete hain

ye gamchha baandh ke kya haandi saaf karte hain
ham aapson ki tabeeyat ko saaf karte hain
ja tumhaare jaise bade majnu maare phirte hain
ki laila laila gali mein pukaar phirten hain

tumhi ko laila banaaya hai to jawaab nahin
kahin khuda ki tabeeyat bhi to kharaab nahi
bater jaisi do aankhen laga ke bhej diya
ya seedha kabr se waapas uthha ke bhej diya
jahaan mein aap jaisi aur koi cheez nahin
tameez seekho agar baat ki tameez nahin
tameez seekho agar baat ki tameez nahin
tameez seekho agar baat ki tameez nahin
tameez seekho agar baat ki tameez nahin


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 : 3633 Post No. : 14462

Missing Films of 1960s – 77
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For quite some time, I was missing this film, thinking of the film ‘Poonam Ki Raat’, a 1965 film with music by Salil Chaudhry that is already Yippeee’d here on our blog. Careful scrutiny of the list prepared by Khyati Ben, brings me back to this film from 1967 – ‘Poonam Ka Chaand’.

Not much information is available about this film, other than what is present in the Geet Kosh. The songs of this film are partially available, but none of them seem to have as yet been published online. Once again, as far as I could search, and I know my search is not the best. 😉

The Geet Kosh lists this as a fantasy film, produced under the banner of MR Productions, Bombay and is directed by Suresh Tripathi. The cast of actors is briefly listed as Mahipal, Jaishri Gadkar, Sundar, Krishna Kumari, Heera Sawant, and Ram Singh. Hmmm. . . Mahipal is still active in lead roles in the year 1967 – wow.

Geet Kosh lists 9 songs for this film. Two lyricists are mentioned – Amar Chaturvedi and Saraswati Kumar Deepak. And a very interesting state of affairs emerges. 4 of the songs are written by Amar Chaturvedi and 5 by Saraswati Kumar Deepak. As per the listings, gramophone records seem to have been manufactured only for the songs written by Amar Chaturvedi. The records of the songs by Saraswati Kumar are either not manufactured, or are rare and not yet available in public domain. And so for practical purposes, only 4 songs of this film are available.

The name Amar Chaturvedi is new for the blog. He seems to be a one-film career person, well almost. In the Geet Kosh, his name appears for just this film, and one more song in the film ‘Truck Driver’ of 1970. Besides that, his name does not appear anywhere else, not even in any unreleased films listings. And for that reason, there is no other information available about this poet. I request other readers and friends to please add information about him, if available.

The song is a very lilting melody, appears to be a group dance song, in which a lady is being teased by her friends, who are saying that she is looking so beautiful, so tell us who is the person you are going to ensnare. The words are very lovely and enticing. The music and the arrangement of the chorus voices is very endearing. A wonderful song that has remained obscure for so many decades. Listen and enjoy.

Song – O Gori Chhori Kis Ka Karogi Shikaar  (Poonam Ka Chaand) (1967) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Amar Chaturvedi, MD – Neenu Majumdar
Chorus

Lyrics

o gori chhori kis ka karogi shikaar
o gori chhori kis ka karogi shikaar

hothon ki laalee
masti ki pyaali
hothon ki laalee
masti ki pyaali
nainan hain tirchhi kataar
o gori chhori kis ka karogi shikaa..aa..aa..aar
o gori chhori kis ka karogi shikaar
o gori chhori kis ka karogi shikaar
o gori chhori
kis ka karogi shikaar
o gori chhori kis ka karogi shikaa..aa..aa..aar

bindiya damke mehndi mehke
kajra karey ishaare
o gori chhori kajra karey ishaare
bindiya damke mehndi mehke
kajra karey ishaare
o gori chhori kajra karey ishaare
gaal gulaabi
chaal sharaabi
gaal gulaabi
chaal sharaabi
haal ajeeb tumhaare
o gori chhori haal ajeeb tumhaare
baina rangeele naina nasheele
baina rangeele naina nasheele
maang rahe hain pyaar
o gori chhori kis ka karogi shikaa..aa..aa..aar
o gori chhori kis ka karogi shikaar
o gori chhori kis ka karogi shikaar
o gori chhori
kis ka karogi shikaar
o gori chhori kis ka karogi shikaa..aa..aa..aar

bhes badal kar
ghar se nikli roop nagar ki raani
bhes badal kar
ghar se nikli roop nagar ki raani
paayal jhanke kangana khanke
paayal jhanke kangana khanke
akhiaan kahe kahaani
o gori tori akhiaan kahe kahaani
kis rasiya ko
man basiya ko
kis rasiya ko
man basiya ko
chhalne chala hai singaar
o gori chhori kis ka karogi shikaa..aa..aa..aar

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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ओ गोरी छोरी किसका करोगी शिकार
ओ गोरी छोरी किसका करोगी शिकार

होठों की लाली
मस्ती की प्याली
होठों की लाली
मस्ती की प्याली
नैना हैं तिरछी कटार
ओ गोरी छोरी किसका करोगी शिका॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आर
ओ गोरी छोरी किसका करोगी शिकार
ओ गोरी छोरी किसका करोगी शिकार
ओ गोरी छोरी
किसका करोगी शिकार
ओ गोरी छोरी किसका करोगी शिका॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आर

बिंदिया दमके मेहंदी महके
कजरा करे इशारे
ओ गोरी छोरी कजरा करे इशारे
बिंदिया दमके मेहंदी महके
कजरा करे इशारे
ओ गोरी छोरी कजरा करे इशारे
गाल गुलाबी
चाल शराबी
गाल गुलाबी
चाल शराबी
हाल अजीब तुम्हारे
ओ गोरी छोरी हाल अजीब तुम्हारे
बैना रँगीले नैना नशीले
बैना रँगीले नैना नशीले
मांग रहे हैं प्यार
ओ गोरी छोरी किसका करोगी शिका॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आर
ओ गोरी छोरी किसका करोगी शिकार
ओ गोरी छोरी किसका करोगी शिकार
ओ गोरी छोरी
किसका करोगी शिकार
ओ गोरी छोरी किसका करोगी शिका॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आर

भेस बादल कर
घर से निकली रूप नगर की रानी
भेस बादल कर
घर से निकली रूप नगर की रानी
पायल झनके कंगना खनके
पायल झनके कंगना खनके
अखियाँ कहे कहानी
ओ गोरी तोरी अखियाँ कहे कहानी
किस रसिया को
मन बसिया को
किस रसिया को
मन बसिया को
छलने चला है सिंगार
ओ गोरी छोरी किसका करोगी शिका॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आर


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 : 3621 Post No. : 14432

Mohammed Rafi – Duets – ‘अ’  से  ‘ह’ तक  (From ‘अ’ to ‘ह’) – 16
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‘त’ – तुम्हें कैसे कहूँ, ओ जी ओ ओ ओ ॰ ॰ ॰

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फिर तेरी याद नए गीत सुनाने आई ॰ ॰ ॰

Never a day passes when your memories don’t pay a visit. . . bringing with them wonderful songs, heard and unheard. . . a treasure that keeps on playing in the alleys of the mind. . .

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Today’s episode features a wonderful breezy duet from the 1959 film ‘Naach Ghar’. This film is a social drama produced and directed by TS Tara, for the banner of Quality Pictures, Bombay. As the name suggests, the film has a theme that is built around a stage dance group, i.e. a nautanki group. It involves characters for whom dance and music is the drive in life; it also has others who would like to usurp and manipulate these passions for their own advantage; and then there are good hearted people who want to bring happiness to all. The cast of actors is very impressive – Ashok Kumar, Shobha Khote, Gopikrishan, Helen, Kamla Lakshman, Anoop Kumar, Dhumal, Iftikhar, Maya Das, Mirza Musharraf, Jamaal, Sujata, Bismillah, and Vivek.

As I check for details online, I come across a poster that shows Helen dancing in accompaniment with Gopi Krishan. Now this should be a veritable treat to watch – Helen dancing with an acknowledged master of classical dance. One of the websites https://bombaymann2.blogspot.com/ has reproduced a brief introduction of the film from the information booklet of the film, as below,

The whole worlds a stage – a Naachgar. Its impossible to tell its whole story in a small space like this. But we are glad here to introduce a few interesting characters whose strange doings give this story its fasicnation. . Radha: A simple village maiden who is in love with Mohan and eventually effaces herself in order that Mohan should be happy. . Mohan: A simple village youth, struck first by paralysis and then by a Raja’s bullet. He is dazzled by city life and, forsaking Radha, develops a strong infatuation for Renu, a city dancer. . Mohini: A young girl, orphaned by a storm. She finds her way into a Nautanki troupe and daydreams of happiness with Gopi, its organiser. But fate having decreed otherwise, she is ultimately forced into a Naachghar – away from her sweetheart. . Gopi: A Nautanki dancer, whose art show brilliantly in partnership with Mohini. They get lost to each other in the maze of city life – and take any knocks from fate in the process. . Shekhar: An opportunist, money-crazy couttier of the Raja of a state, who was the main barrier between Radha and Mohan and Gopi and Mohini. The only man he feared was Bihari. . Bihari: Orginally a guide in shikar-forest, he became the principal aide to the Raja Saheb and his chief confidant. . Raja Saheb: A large-hearted chief of a large state, who wanted to see everyone happy and prosperous. [Source: Booklet]

 

Geet Kosh lists 10 songs for this musical – all songs are created by the team of Sahir Ludhianvi and N Datta. The count of songs is like – one Rafi Sb solo, three Lata solos, four Rafi-Lata duets, and then one duet of Rafi Sb each with Asha and Geeta. Way back in September 2012, two songs of this film were posted in quick succession. Three more songs have followed in the interim. Today we get to the sixth song of this film. All songs are quite a treasure, and I hope the remaining songs will find their place on this blog shortly.

This song is one of the Rafi-Lata duets – kind of a teasing song, where in the lady requests not to be teased in public, and the gentleman wraps it up by stating that one should be open with one’s feelings – “दुनिया का डर क्या”.

A remarkable configuration of singing lines; the first two antaraas are all by Lata, with Rafi Sb making an appearance in the third. As the song progressed, I was almost thinking whether some error had been made and this was another solo. But then Rafi Sb’s voice appeared in the third antaraa. . . 🙂

Enjoy this quick paced and breeze tête-à-tête between lovers.

Song – Tumhen Kaise Kahoon O ji O O O  (Naach Ghar) (1959) Singer – Lata Mangeshkar, Mohammed Rafi, Lyrics – Sahir Ludhianvi, MD – N Datta
Mohammed Rafi + Lata Mangeshkar

Lyrics

tumhen kaise kahoon
o ji o o o
tumhen kaise kahoon
o ji o o o
aate jaate na yun
hamen chheda karo
aate jaate na yun
hamen chheda karo
tumhen kaise kahoon
o ji o o o
tumhen kaise kahoon
o ji o o o
aate jaate na yun
hamen chheda karo
aate jaate na yun
hamen chheda karo
tumhen kaise kahoon
o ji o o o

log baaten banaayenge kya kya
be par ki udaayenge kya kya
log baaten banaayenge kya kya
be par ki udaayenge kya kya
hamen tak ke na yun
thandi aahen bharo
hamen tak ke na yun
thandi aahen bharo
tumhen kaise kahoon
o ji o o o
tumhen kaise kahoon
o ji o o o

ham ne maana ke hum hain tumhaare
phir bhi achhe nahin ye ishaare
ham ne maana ke hum hain tumhaare
phir bhi achhe nahin ye ishaare
bairi duniya ki nazron se kuchh to daro
bairi duniya ki nazron se kuchh to daro
tumhen kaise kahoon
o ji o o o
tumhen kaise kahoon
o ji o o o

pyaar karna to kya jag se darna
baat kehna to phir kya mukarna
pyaar karna to kya jag se darna
baat kehna to phir kya mukarna
jo bhi karna hai duniya mein khul ke karo
jo bhi karna hai duniya mein khul ke karo
tumhen kaise kahoon
tumhen kaise kahoon
tumhen kaise kahoon
o ji o o o
aate jaate na yun
hamen chheda karo
aate jaate na yun
hamen chheda karo
tumhen kaise kahoon
o ji o o o

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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तुम्हें कैसे कहूँ
ओ जी ओ ओ ओ
तुम्हें कैसे कहूँ
ओ जी ओ ओ ओ
आते जाते ना यूं
हमें छेड़ा करो
आते जाते ना यूं
हमें छेड़ा करो
तुम्हें कैसे कहूँ
ओ जी ओ ओ ओ
तुम्हें कैसे कहूँ
ओ जी ओ ओ ओ
आते जाते ना यूं
हमें छेड़ा करो
आते जाते ना यूं
हमें छेड़ा करो
तुम्हें कैसे कहूँ
ओ जी ओ ओ ओ

लोग बातें बनाएँगे क्या क्या
बे पर की उड़ायेंगे क्या क्या
लोग बातें बनाएँगे क्या क्या
बे पर की उड़ायेंगे क्या क्या
हमें तक के ना यूं
ठंडी आहें भरो
हमें तक के ना यूं
ठंडी आहें भरो
तुम्हें कैसे कहूँ
ओ जी ओ ओ ओ
तुम्हें कैसे कहूँ
ओ जी ओ ओ ओ

हमने माना के हम हैं तुम्हारे
फिर भी अच्छे नहीं ये इशारे
हमने माना के हम हैं तुम्हारे
फिर भी अच्छे नहीं ये इशारे
बैरी दुनिया की नज़रों से कुछ तो डरो
बैरी दुनिया की नज़रों से कुछ तो डरो
तुम्हें कैसे कहूँ
ओ जी ओ ओ ओ
तुम्हें कैसे कहूँ
ओ जी ओ ओ ओ

प्यार करना तो क्या जग से डरना
बात कहना तो फिर क्या मुकरना
प्यार करना तो क्या जग से डरना
बात कहना तो फिर क्या मुकरना
जो भी करना है दुनिया में खुल के करो
जो भी करना है दुनिया में खुल के करो
तुम्हें कैसे कहूँ
तुम्हें कैसे कहूँ
तुम्हें कैसे कहूँ
ओ जी ओ ओ ओ
आते जाते ना यूं
हमें छेड़ा करो
आते जाते ना यूं
हमें छेड़ा करो
तुम्हें कैसे कहूँ
ओ जी ओ ओ ओ


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Blog Day : 3609 Post No. : 14393

“Gunsundari”(1948) was directed by Ratibhai Punatkar for Ajit Pictures, Bombay. This “social”movie had Nirupa Roy, Manhar Desai, Dulari, Chhagan Romeo, Saraswati, Babu Raje, Jalejar Reutor, Kamlesh Thakkar, Nazeera, Ibrahim, Chandramukhi, Master Pransukh etc in it.

The movie had 14 songs in it that were composed by three music directors viz. Bulo C Rani, Hansraj Bahl and Avinsh Vyas.

Three songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fourth song from “Gunsundari”(1948) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Geeta Dutt. Pt Indra Chandra is the lyricist. The music director of this song is not known even though there were three music directors in the movie.

Only the audio of the song is available. The song is a fun song where a devrani (husband’s younger sister) teases her bhaabhi and exhorts her to be modern in her outlook. The list of things that made an Indian lady look modern in 1948 makes for interesting reading.

Here is this fun song from “Gunsundari”(1948). I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song. I also request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the music director of this song. My guess is that it could be Avinash Vyas.


Song-Bhaabhi o bhaabhi (Gunsundari)(1948) Singer-Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Pt Indra Chandra

Lyrics

bhaabhi o bhaabhi
bhaabhi o bhaabhi
badlo thhoda thhoda rang
chalo fashion ke sang
chalo fashion ke sang
bhaabhi o bhaabhi
badlo thhoda thhoda rang
chalo fashion ke sang
chalo fashion ke sang

baanki curly zulf banaao
honthon pe laali lagaao
baanki curly zulf banaao
honthon pe laali lagaao
chapti chappal chaal bigaade
oonchi aedi ke boot mangaao
chapti chappal chaal bigaade
chapti chappal chaal bigaade
oonchi aedi ke boot mangaao
badlo chaal dhang
chalo fashion ke sang
chalo fashion ke sang
badlo thhoda thhoda rang
bhaabhi o bhaabhi
badlo thhoda thhoda rang
chalo fashion ke sang
chalo fashion ke sang

kitni badi lagaai bindiya
kyun pahni paayaliya
kitni badi lagaai bindiya
kyun pahni paayaliya
jheeni jheeni pade chunariya
jheeni jheeni pade chunariya
sagri dega batiyaan
kuchh laao naye ka rang
chalo fashion ke sang
chalo fashion ke sang
badlo thhoda thhoda rang
bhaabhi o bhaabhi
badlo thhoda thhoda rang
chalo fashion ke sang
chalo fashion ke sang

kuchh nakhre kuchh latak matak ho
kuchh masti nainan mein
kuchh nakhre kuchh latak matak ho
kuchh masti nainan mein
laakh adaayen
??
laakh adaayen
??
is tirchhi chitwan mein
tab chadhe piya pe rang
chalo fashion ke sang
chalo fashion ke sang
badlo thhoda thhoda rang
bhaabhi o bhaabhi
badlo thhoda thhoda rang
chalo fashion ke sang
chalo fashion ke sang


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Blog Day : 3601 Post No. : 14371

“Milan” (1958) was directed by Kedar Kapoor for N C Films, Bombay. The movie had Ait, Nalini Jaywant, Nishi, Daisy Irani, Maruti, Narbada Shanker, Jagdish Kanwal, Helen, Tiwari etc in it.

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

Here is the fifth song from “Milan” (1958) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Rafi and Geeta Dutt. Prem Dhawan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Hansraj Bahl.

I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of the song. The song is a chhed-chhad song between spouses.


Song-Maine kaha ji ye mausam hai suhaana (Milan)(1958) Singers-Rafi, Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Prem Dhawan, MD-Hansraj Bahl
Both

Lyrics

o maina kaha ji
ye mausam hai suhaana
achcha nahin yoon kisi se roothh jaana
o maine kaha ji
ye mausam hai suhaana
achcha nahin yoon kisi se roothh jaana
ada hai haseenon ki yoonhi tadpaana
maine kaha ji o
maine kaha ji
na karo yoon bahaana
seedhha nahin hai roothhon ko manaana
o maine kaha ji

o
bada dard hai sar mein
zara sar ko daba do
beemaar ko apne aanchal ki hawa do
ho ye dard hai dil ka
baaten na banaao
aji taan ke chaadar chup se so jaao
aji mardon ke dil ko ye rog hai puraana
mardon ke dil ko ye rog hai puraana
maine kaha ji

ye mausam hai suhaana
achcha nahin yoon kisi se roothh jaana
o maine kaha ji

o aaya jo gussa
o nakhre waali
haaye aur bhi aa gayi gaalon pe laali
na chhedo ji hamko chhodo bhi kalaayi
jaag uthhegi ye duniya jab doongi duhaai

tu biwi hai meri ye jaane sab zamaana
biwi hai meri ye jaane sab zamaana
o biwi ji
na karo yoon bahaana
seeda nahin hai roothhon ko manaana o miyaan ji

o hai ghar mein ladaai aur baahar sardi
mar jaaunga dar pe tere o bedardi
na na
maren apne dushman
aisa mat bolo
takraar se meri
na pyaar ko tolo
gussa ye laali hai pyaar ka bahaana
gussa ye laali hai pyaar ka bahaana
maine kaha ji
ye mausam hai suhaana
achcha nahin jee kisi se roothh jaana

maine kaha jee
arre maine kaha jee
o maine kaha jee
maine kah jee jee jee
mausam hai suhaana


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Blog Day : 3596 Post No. : 14352

“Jaise Ko Taisa”(1973) was directed by M Murugan and M Kumaran for A V M Productions, Madras. This “social” movie had Jeetendra, Reena Roy, Anwar Hussain , Ramesh Deo, Kamini Kaushal, Roja Ramani, Mohan Choti, Dinesh Hingoo, Rajan, Shree Vidya (new discovery), Rajnath, Anand, S L Narayan, Madhukar, Poornam Vishwanathan, Bihari, Ramchandra Rao etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. One song has been covered in the past. That was the only song from the movie that was aware of.

Here is the second song from “Jaise Ko Taisa”(1973) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Kishore Kumar. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.

The song is picturised as a “teasing” song on Jeetendra and Reena Roy. The “teased” viz Reena Roy begins to respond to the advances of the teaser as the song progresses. That way, this “teasing” song duly follows the template of this genre of song in Hindi movies.

The movie has a few lines by a female as well, which I guess are uttered by Reena Roy herself.

I heard this song for the first time only today, some 45 years after this song was created. 🙂


Song-Chalte chalte peechhe mud ke dekh zara (Jaise Ko Taisa)(1973) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

chalte chalte peechhe mud ke dekh zara
tere raste mein hai tera yaar khada
hey ae
chalte chalte peechhe mud ke dekh zara
tere raste mein hai tera yaar khada
maine kya kah diya
toone kya sun liya
aa maine kya kah diya
tune kya sun liya
ho gayi tu khafa
haay rabba ruk
chalte chalte peechhe mud ke dekh zara
tere raste mein hai tera yaar khada

kyun re
kuchh chaahiye kya re
ae chal phoot

sun le meri kahaani
pahli nazar mein jaani
haan
haan sun le meri kahaani
pahli nazar mein jaani
ki tune meri raani ye beimaani
khoob hai ye ada
apna dil na diya
mera dil le liya
haay rabba ruk
chalte chalte peechhe mud ke dekh zara
tere raste mein hai tera yaar khada

kyun re
ek to meri matki todi
upar se chhedta hai

teri to matki tooti
apna to dil hi toota
haay
teri to matki tooti
apna to dil hi toota
gussa ye chhod jhoothha
o meri roopa
kuchh to insaaf kar
pyar se tu na dar
chal mere saath ghar
haay rabba ruk
chalte chalte peechhe mud ke dekh zara
tere raste mein hai tera yaar khada
o maine kya kah diya
toone kya sun liya
aa maine kya kah diya
tune kya sun liya
ho gayi tu khafa haay rabba ruk


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