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

4636 Post No. : 16291

#The Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 127 # Aatish-1979#
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I had mentioned in one of my earlier post on the blog, that nowadays (since Nov’2020 end) I got to listen to the radio utilizing my morning and evening time of about an hour or so while commuting towards my workplace (in the morning) and while returning back (in the evening). And normally I tune in to ‘Vivid Bharati’ only.

This exercise has given me an opportunity to listen to many songs from yesteryears and also songs from new movies. The joy and excitement of ‘the next song to be played’ is always there as on radio we cannot play songs of our choice.

Today’s song is one such song. hen I was listening to it, it sounded familiar but then I had not attentively listened to the name of the movie while the broadcast was on. The refrain ‘salaam salaam salaam’ in this song sounded familiarbut I could not put a finger to it. So, I looked for the details of this song.

This song turned out to be from the ‘1979’ movie ‘Aatish’.

That reminded me that I had watched this movie in the ‘summer vacations’ at Akola with my brothers and cousins. But I do not remember anything about the story of this movie and other details. Only thing that is still fresh in my mind is that this was a ‘Jeetendra Movie’. 😊

I looked for the video of this song and found that this song is performed by Neetu Singh (and I must say she is looking very beautiful in this song). Jeetendra, the object of her craving, is also present in the picturization of this song.

“Aatish-1979” was directed by Ambarish Sangal for ‘M.K. Enterprises, Bombay’. It had Jeetendra, Neetu Singh, Rinku, Dheeraj, Leena Das, Om Shivpuri, Mukri, Mumtaz Begam, Master Raju, Nirupa Roy, Madan Puri, Sujit Kumar (in special appearance), Brahm Bharadwaj, Subhash Kanwal, Kamal Deep, Ranveer Raj, Chandru, Kishan, Ashok Saksena, Raj Kumar, Ram Narayan and others.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 16.02.1979.

There were six songs in this movie written and composed by Ravindra Jain.

Here is the list of songs of this movie as appearing in HFGK Vol-V (1971-1980);

S.No. Song Title Singer/s Posted On
01 Ladke ke bhes mein ladki hoon Asha Bhonsle, Chorus
02 Main nehlaa thhi bas nehlaa Asha Bhonsle Being discussed today
03 O meri laadli pyaari behnaa Mohd Rafi, Hemlata 13.08.2011
04 Sharaab hai, haan, sharaab hai Mohd Rafi, Chorus
05 Babu manejara ve he babu, manejara ve Lata, Rafi, Chorus
06 Kahin naam na apnaa likh dena … Asha Bhonsle, Hemlata, Bhushan Mehta, Mohd Rafi, chorus

Only one song from this movie has been posted on the blog on 13.08.2011. So, one can notice that this movie is about to complete its ‘ten-year’ run on the blog within next five months. 😊

let us now listen to today’s song which is sung by Asha Bhonsle and lip-synced on screen by Neetu Singh. As mentioned above lyrics are by Ravindra Jain who has also the music director for this movie.


Song-Main nehla thhi bas nehla nehle ko mil daya dahla (Aatish)(1979) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Ravindra Jain, MD-Ravindra Jain

Lyrics

main nehlaa thhi
bas nehlaa
nehle ko mil gayaa dehlaa
main nehlaa thhi ee bas nehlaa
nehle ko mil gayaa dehlaa
dehle ki main bani ghulaam
dehle ki main bani ghulaam
salaam salaam salaam
o baabu salaam salaam salaam
salaam salaam salaam
baabu salaam salaam salaam

ye to bataa aa
kab doli leke aayegaa
kis din ghulaam ko o o
begam banaayegaa
ye to bataa aa
kab doli leke aayegaa aa
kis din ghulaam ko o o begam banaayegaa
o baadshaah mere dil ke
badi khushi huyi tujhse mil ke
o baadshaah mere dil ke ae
badi khushi huyi tujhse mil ke
jaa jaa(?) ke karo kalaam
jaa jaa(?) ke karu kalaam
salaam salaam salaam
o baabu salaam salaam salaam
salaam salaam salaam
baabu salaam salaam salaam

ikke dukke hote hain
duniya mein tujhse ae
chhakke panje chauke tikke
bahot hain mujhse ae
ikke dukke hote hain
duniya mein tujhse ae
chhakke panje chauke tikke
bahot hain mujhse
sattaa aur athhaa jodo
is umr kaa maal na chhodo
sattaa aur athhaa jodo
is umr kaa maal na chhodo
dil de do mujhe inaam
dil de do mujhe inaam
salaam salaam salaam
ho baabu
salaam salaam salaam
salaam salaam salaam
baabu
salaam salaam salaam

rangon ke khazaane miley
phoolon ko bahaar se ae
pyaar ka jawaab tu bhi
de de mujhe pyaar se ae
rangon ke khazaane miley
phoolon ko bahaar se ae
pyaar ka jawaab tu bhi
de de mujhe pyaar se
kya soche o dilwaale
mujhe ab to ang lagaa le ae
le haath meraa le thhaam
le haath meraa le thhaam
salaam salaam salaam
baabu salaam salaam salaam
main nehlaa thhi bas nehlaa
nehle ko mil gayaa dehlaa
main nehlaa thhi ee bas nehlaa
nehle ko mil gayaa dehlaa
dehle ki main bani ghulaam
dehle ki main bani ghulaam
salaam salaam salaam
o baabu salaam salaam salaam
salaam salaam salaam
baabu salaam salaam salaam


This article is written by Nahm, 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.

Blog Day :

4629 Post No. : 16282

Rafi Sahab’s Legendary Associations – 3
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Sar jo tera chakraaye, Ya dil dooba jaaye
Aa jaa pyaare paas hamaare, Kaahe ghabraaye
Kaahe ghabraaye. . .

Ae dil hai mushkil jeena yahaan
Zara hatt ke zara bach ke
Yeh hai bombay meri jaan. . .

Jaane kahan mera jigar gaya ji
Abhi abhi yahi thha kidhar gayaa ji. . .

Gareeb jaan ke hum ko na tum mita dena
Tumhin ne dard diya hai tumhi dawaa denaa

Just to list a few of the famous Rafi solos and duets for Johny Walker.

This series is about collaborations and team work by Rafi Sahab for various artists, mainly with composers, singers and lyricists.  But since the song I stumbled upon is too good, atypical rendition by Rafi Sahab for Johnny Walker, as we know the veteran comic actor.  So I have included this in the series.

In the list of Rafi Sahab’s songs I counted around 125 songs of Johnny Walker.   This blog already has 136 songs listed as filmed on Johnny Walker songs. The readers can view the list here.

Some of these are by other singers like Mannadey or Mahendra Kapoor etc., but they should be very few, so what I have found is possibly one of the very few around 5-10 Rafi songs actually sung on screen by Johnny Walker remaining to be posted.

‘Ghulam Begum Baadshah’ is a 1956 film produced under the banner of Niagra Films, Bombay and is directed by Jugal Kishore. The star cast of the film is listed as Sheela Ramani, Daljeet, Wazir Muhammad Khan, Altaf, Nishi, Sadiq, Paras, Khairati, Malika, R Nath, Jogendra, Preetam, Dilip Bamblaheri, Wajid Ali, Bhanesh Kumar, Shivji Bhai, Chand, Kamaldeep, Rajpuri, Prakash, and Johnny Walker

The film has six songs written by four lyricists – Indeewar, Roopbani, Shyam Hindi and Shaukat Pardesi. This song is written by Roopbani. The film’s music is composed by Sudipta Bhattacharya. Four out of six songs of this film are posted in the blog :

Aaj Hai Mujhko Khushi Jhoomti Hai Zindagi
Dil Hai Ye Tera Dil Tu Liye Jaa
Dil Se Mere Dil Mila
Jannat Ki Hoor Hoon Dil Ka Suroor Hoon

The tally of the lyricist and the music director in our blog, as per the stats page is as follows:

Sudipta Bhattacharya 6
Roopbani 19

Going by the above Sudipta Bhattacharya, was not a one film wonder and he has composed the music for at least two Hindi films or may be some non-film songs.  This is a rare qawwali by a Bengali music director, discounting the excellent filmy qawwaliyan composed by RD Burman.

Such is the beauty of 50’s Rafi songs, and this song has the added attraction is being specifically sung for Johnny Walker.  As a composition also I must say it is top-notch.  It could have been the run of the mill, funny, chhed-chhad qawwali, but it is not so.  The sense of timing of Johnny Walker and Rafi sahab’s spirited enjoyment of performing and singing is a highlight.

One can imagine the amount of time and hard work in the creation of this and the many  rehearsals etc that must have been gone into creating this song.

The more times I see and hear this song, I am sure whoever is reading the post is going to see this song multiple times.  Truly, it is so perfectly synchronised, composed, written, sung, performed and edited song.

Song – Thoda Sa Hum Ko Sharbat e Deedar Chahiye (Ghulam Begum Baadshah) (1956) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Lyrics – Roopbani, MD – Sudipta Bhattacharya
Unidentified Male Voice
Chorus

Lyrics 

aa aaa aaaa

bahot jal kar
muhobbat mein mera dil. . .
aaj bolaa hai..ae..ae
qayamat hai tu
arey bijli hai tu
sholaa hai..ae..ae
tthoda sa hum ko sharbat-e-deedar chaahiye
tthoda sa hum ko sharbat-e-deedar chaahiye
tthoda sa hum ko sharbat-e-deedar chaahiye ea
tthoda sa hum ko sharbat-e-deedar chaahiye
pi pi ke jise jhoomen hum ko pyaar chaahiye haan
pi pi ke jise jhoomen hum ko pyaar chaahiye
tthoda sa hum ko sharbat-e-deedar chaahiye

ha ha aa

aa aa aaaa
daulat na chahiye mujhe
na maal chaahiye
aaa aaaaaa
aaaaa aaaaaaaaaa
arey roti na chahiye mujhe
na daal chahiye..ae..ae
phir kya chahiye
arey jo haathh mein hai tere
wo rumaal chahiye
samjhe na
jo haath mein hai tere
wo rumaal chahiye
jo haath mein hai tere
wo rumaal chahiye ea
jo haath mein hai tere
wo rumaal chahiye
aashiq hain hum ko
ishq ka aazaar chahiye
aashiq hain hum ko
ishq ka aazaar chahiye
arey
tthoda sa hum ko sharbat-e-deedar chaahiye..ae

ha aa

haaan aaaan
qaatil hai tu agar
to main qaatil ka
ba ba ba
baap hoon
baap hoon
naagin hai tu agar
to main zehreela saa..aanp hoon
to phir kya ho. . .
sab kuchh hoon tere ishq mein
khaana kharaab hoon
sab kuchh hoon tere ishq mein
khaana kharaab hoon
sab kuchh hoon tere ishq mein
khaana kharaab hoon
sab kuchh hoon tere ishq mein
khaana kharaab hoon
ik tere jaisa hum ko bhi dildaar chahiye
ik tere jaisa hum ko bhi dildaar chahiye

tthoda sa hum ko sharbat-e-deedar chaahiye
tthoda sa hum ko sharbat-e-deedar chaahiye

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Hindi Script Lyrics
(Provided by Sudhir)
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आ आs आsss

बहोत जल कर
मुहब्बत में मेरा दिल॰॰॰
आज बोला है॰॰ए॰॰ए
क़यामत है तू
अरे बिजली है तू
शोला है॰॰ए॰॰ए

थोड़ा सा हमको शर्बत ए दीदार चाहिए
थोड़ा सा हमको शर्बत ए दीदार चाहिए
थोड़ा सा हमको शर्बत ए दीदार चाहिए
थोड़ा सा हमको शर्बत ए दीदार चाहिए
पी पी के जिसे झूमें हमको प्यार चाहिये
पी पी के जिसे झूमें हमको प्यार चाहिये
थोड़ा सा हमको शर्बत ए दीदार चाहिए

हा हा आ

आ आ आsss
दौलत ना चाहिए मुझे
न माल चाहिए
आss आsssss
आssss आsssssssss
अरे रोटी ना चाहिए मुझे
ना दाल चाहिए॰॰ए॰॰ए
फिर क्या चाहिए
अरे जो हाथ में है तेरे वो रुमाल चाहिए
समझे ना
जो हाथ में है तेरे वो रुमाल चाहिए
जो हाथ में है तेरे वो रुमाल चाहिए
जो हाथ में है तेरे वो रुमाल चाहिए
आशिक हैं हमको इश्क़ का आज़ार चाहिए
आशिक हैं हमको इश्क़ का आज़ार चाहिए
अरे
थोड़ा सा हमको शर्बत ए दीदार चाहिए॰॰ए

हा आ

हाँ॰॰आँ
क़ातिल है तू अगर
तो मैं क़ातिल का
बा बा बा
बाप हूँ
बाप हूँ
नागिन है तू अगर
तो मैं ज़हरीला साँ॰॰प हूँ
तो फिर क्या हो
सब कुछ हूँ तेरे इश्क़ में खाना ख़राब हूँ
सब कुछ हूँ तेरे इश्क़ में खाना ख़राब हूँ
सब कुछ हूँ तेरे इश्क़ में खाना ख़राब हूँ
सब कुछ हूँ तेरे इश्क़ में खाना ख़राब हूँ
इक तेरे जैसा हमको भी दिलदार चाहिए
इक तेरे जैसा हमको भी दिलदार चाहिए

थोड़ा सा हमको शर्बत ए दीदार चाहिए
थोड़ा सा हमको शर्बत ए दीदार चाहिए


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Blog Day :

4616 Post No. : 16257

It is difficult for me to tell what I was doing during various dates of years gone by, seeing that I do not keep any diary. Diary writing used to be a great hobby of people of past generations. Now a days even the habit of writing with pen on paper has largely gone into disuse, and therefore going back don memor lane and giving accurate personal reminiscences has become difficult.

However, there are some ways. For example, I can go back say ten years and see the posts that I hame that day. From those posts, I can sometimes tell what I as doing that day in distant past.

I thought of going down the memory lane by exactly ten years to see if I can get a Blog Ten Year Challenge article written today. I found that on this day ten years ago, I had posted four writeups from four different movies. I found that one movie was still unYIPPEED.

Elated, I began to prepare my writeup. But when I checked up the links of the songs posted ten years ago, I realised that I had erred and that all the movies whose songs were discussed ten years ago on this day ere already YIPPEED. Instead of looking at the posts of 10 years ago, I had looked at the posts of 11 years ago, viz 8 March 2010.

So be it. So this article is not a Blog ten year challenge. It is an eleven year challenge, though.

The movie is “Chowkidaar”(1974). “Chowkidaar”(1974) was directed by Shyam Ralhan for Namrata Movies, Bombay. This “social” movie had Sanjeev Kumar, Yogita Bali, Vinod Khanna, Om Prakash, Jeevan, Sulochana, Sapru, Randheer, Zeb Rehman, Jayshree T, Asit Sen, Lalita Kumari, Ram Mohan, Joginder, Amrita Patel, Narmada Shankar, Uma Dhawan, Daljeet, Vimla, Dhanraj, Tilakraj, Babu Bhai, Kapila Sharma, Zebunnissa, Rajrani, Maqbool, Master Pramod, Vaishali (guest appearance) etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Five of these songs have been covered in the past. The movie made its debut in the blog on this date ten years ago.
Here are the details of the songs covered so far:-

Blog post number Song Date of posting
2337 Ye duniya nahin jaagir kisi ki 8 March 2010
5738 Rehne do chanda badli mein 5 April 2012
5745 Thhoda sa aitbaar keejiye 6 April 2012
11235 Insaanon se kyun jhukte ho…zindagi zindagi 1 July 2015
14302 Chaloon main jidhar se 25 April 2018

The movie “Chowkidaar”(1974) had made its debut in the blog on this day eleven years ago.

When I think about this date 11 years ago, I cannot tell for sure what I was doing on this date. Did I attend any omen’s day function that day ? I cannot say for sure. Out of the four songs that were discussed that day, one song was penned by Sahir Ludhianvi. But there as no mention of his birth anniversary in that post. There was no mention of International women’s day either in this post or the other posts of that day. Those were simple days for the blog hen we lived simple lives not even aware of important days of HFM ! 🙂

THese days of course we are far more knolegeable on such matters. 🙂 Today the blog has already seen seven posts, and six of them have been Sahir Ludhianvi posts.

Here is the sixth and final song from “Chowkidaar”(1974), exactly eleven years after the movie made its debut.

This song is sung by Rafi. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Madan Mohan.

The song is picturised as an “expression of love” genre of song on Sanjeev Kumar and Yogita Bali.

A nice “expression of love” song it is. I suppose that this is a typical Woman’s day song as far as Hindi movies are concerned. Statistics bear me out because this song is the 3222nd song of this genre in the blog, which is easily one of the most common genre of songs in HFM. So this song can be described as a Woman’s day song too. Women’s need not just be subjected to dry preachy praises on this day, they need to be wooed romantically as well. 🙂 That is what this song does. 🙂

So a Happy International woman’s day to all.

With this song, all the six songs of “Chowkidaar”(1974) are covered in the blog and the movie thus gets YIPPEED in the blog.


Song-Ik ladki bholi bhaali si (Chowkidaar)(1974) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Madan Mohan

Lyrics

kahaan chali ho ye
sharma ke munh chhupaaye huye
kadam kadam pe
kayaamat si ek uthhaaye huye

ik ladki bholi bhaali si
ke jiska naam hai raadha
ke jiska roop hai saada
kuchh sharma ke
kuchh ghabra ke
kar gayi pyaar ka vaada
ik ladki bholi bhaali si
ke jiska naam hai raadha
ke jiska roop hai saada
kuchh sharma ke
kuchh ghabra ke
kar gayi pyaar ka vaada
ik ladki bholi bhaali si

shabnam jiska mukhda dhoye
sooraj rang nikhaare ae
shabnam jiska mukhda dhoye
sooraj rang nikhaare ae
mast pawan ka chanchal jhonka
jiske baal sanwaare
ankiyaan jiski badi badi
jiska badan phoolon ki ladi
aaj vo kaise dil de baithhi
soch rahi hai khadi khadi
ek ladki bholi bhaali si
ke jiska naam hai raadha
ke jiska roop hai saada
kuchh sharma ke
kuchh ghabra ke
kar gayi pyaar ka vaada
ik ladki bholi bhaali si

do bolon mein sab kuchh kah gayi
pyaar mein bebas ho kar rah gayi
do bolon mein sab kuchh kah gayi
pyaar mein bebas ho kar rah gayi
dil ki baat jubaan par laayi
thhokhar khaayi aur pachhtaayi
nikhri nikhri surat hai
ladki hai ya moorat hai
yahi to hai vo albeli
jiski humen zuroorat hai
ik ladki bholi bhaali si
ik ladki bholi bhaali si
ik ladki bholi bhaali si


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 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 :

4577 Post No. : 16186

Hullo Atuldom

“Khoon Ka Badla Khoon” (1978) had songs by the hit team of S.H. Bihari- O.P.Nayyar; the team that gave us “kajra mohabbatwala”, “haule haule chalo more saajna”, taarif karoon kya uski”, “bahut shukriya badi meherbaani” and many more such hits in the ’60s.

“KKBK” had Vani Jairam, Pushpa Pagdhare, Uttara Kelkar, Mohd. Rafi for playback singers. It was directed by K. Parvez a.k.a Kalpataru and produced by Ratan Mohan. It had seven or eight songs of which the blog has only one song.

The cast included Bindu, Asha Sachdev, Mahendra Sandhu, Vinod Khanna, Ajit, Jayshree T., Padma Khanna, Iftekar, Imtiaz Khan, Sudhir etc. Seeing that the movie had so many actresses who could dance, makes it clear why OPN used three different female playback singers.

“KKBK” seems to be one of the movies where Asha Sachdev must have been the main female protagonist or to put it simple -the heroine. Also the poster of the movie suggests that Vinod Khanna may have been paired with Bindu
Here is the next song from ‘KKBK’ on the occasion of Omkar Prasad Nayyar’s 14th remembrance day. It is sung by Vani Jairam. It was and is frequently heard on radio. Vani Jairam had four solos in the movie of which this is the most popular. I found a very short video which suggests that Asha Sachdev is out to woo Mahedra Sandhu who seems to be some kind of under-cover officer. Also the video shows Ajit giving instructions to his ‘No 9’ etc as was the norm in all movies featuring Ajit in that period of time.

The poster that is accompanying the longer version of the song, as is available on youtube shows a rather smart and handsome Vinod Khanna, trying to shoot some one even as he is on the run.
The brief synopsis of the film that is available on IMDB.com says this: The story-line of the film revolves around a Crime Branch’s Officer and a courageous girl from another agency, they are appointed to catch a criminal gang who leaves a trade mark at their every crime scene.

So, that means it was a run-of-the-mill masala thriller that should have been entertaining for the masses. I would love to know how it fared at the box-office.
This is song number 184 of S.H. Bihari and 484 of O P Nayyar who should be thanked for the legacy that is there for us to enjoy

Video (shorter)

Audio (Full)

Song-Zulf lehraayi yo saawan ka maheena aa gaya (Khoon Ka Badla Khoon)(1978) Singer-Vani Jairam, Lyrics-S H Bihari, MD-O P Nayyar

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

zulf lehrayi toh
zulf lehraayi toh
saawan ka maheena aa gaya aa
zulf lehraayi toh
aasmaan par haaye ae
aasmaan par baadalon ko
paseena aa gaya
haaye
zulf lehraayi toh
zulf lehraayi toh
saawan ka maheena aa gaya aa
zulf lehrayi toh

haaye re meri shokh jawaani
meheke jaise raat ki raani
dil mein pyaar ke sapne sajakar
log maren jab meri adaa par
dil mein pyaar ke sapne sajakar
log maren jab meri adaa par
haaye
mujhko bhi jeena aa gaya
zulf lehraayi toh
zulf lehraayi toh
saawan ka maheena aa gaya aa
zulf lehraayi toh
aasmaan par haaye ae
aasmaan par baadalon ko paseena aa gaya
haaye
zulf lehraayi toh
zulf lehraayi toh saawan ka maheena aa gaya aa
zulf lehraayi toh

main kya janoon ooon
rang badalna
pi ke behakna aa aa
jhoom ke chalna
yaaron ne aankhon se pilaayi
banke pawan main bhi lehraayi
yaaron ne aankhon se pilaayi
banke pawan main bhi lehraayi
mujhko bhi peena aa gaya
zulf lehraayi toh
zulf lehraayi toh
saawan ka maheena aa gaya aa
zulf lehraayi toh
aasmaan par haaye ae
aasmaan par baadalon ko paseena aa gaya
haaye
zulf lehraayi toh
zulf lehraayi toh saawan ka maheena aa gaya aa
zulf lehraayi toh


This article is written by nahm, 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 :

4470 Post No. : 15968 Movie Count :

4376

13/10/2020 – 33rd death anniversary of Kishore Kumar
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Today is that day when we all remember the phenomenal Kishore Kumar. I should have planned ahead, but could not do so. Firstly I am working on so many posts at once that it is becoming a blur what is done and what is not. Secondly, I was under the weather for the whole weekend, and antibiotics make me more blurred than anything else.

Well, a post is to be done so one must look for a song. There are scores of songs to choose from. I have thought of a song from “Kaaran”, but I found today that it is already posted. Next I thought of the song from Poonam(1981) “main hoon haseena khol darwazaa dil ka”, which is not posted, but it turned out to be Amit Kumar’s song. It is possible for me to confuse Kishore Kumar and Amit Kumar songs, as both sing in the same style and have similar voices. For example for a long time I was under the impression that bade achche lagte hain from Baalika Badhu is Kishore Kumar singing.

Then I looked for songs in the year 1980, thinking how there were so many songs which Kishore Kumar sang with Mohammed Rafi sahab. There was a pattern there where songs of major film in 1979, 1980 and 1981,in movies like, Shaan, Abdulla, Dostana, Naseeb, Karz, The Burning Train, Jaani Dusham, Kaala paththar, Raajput, The Great Gambler, Aap ke deewane, Aap to aise na thhe, Aas Paas, Bulandi, Ham Paanch, Raam Balram, Swyamvar , Kaalia, Khuda Qasam, Deedar-e-Yaar etc. were divided among the two of them.

Not specifically looking for Rafi-Kishore song, almost decided on a background Kishore solo from “Apne Paraaye”, which is a sad song, with everyone crying (there are many characters including Shabana Azmi) except Amol Palekar, who is smiling in his inimitable way. This is a “afsardaa” or a despairing category song.

But I moved beyond this one too and have landed on a song from “Zabardast” (1985). I am glad to be listening and viewing this song. I have not seen this movie either, but it was a multi-starrer of a kind and four of those stars are present in this outdoor picnic song. What with school kids carrying colour full flags, school bus, Rajeev Kapoor and Rati Agnihotri with an umbrella as a prop, Bagpiper like music in the interlude, and two cars on Table land of Panchgani.

Give me such songs anytime, I prefer these type of songs to club, party or dance songs. The song starts with Rati Agnihotri and Rajeev Kapoor arguing on Table land, Sunny Deol and Jayaprada march in with the school kids carrying flags. Sunny Deol hands over the white flag to Rati Agnihotri as a peace offering and Rajeev Kapoor starts singing the song. The Umbrella prop is visible throughout.

Song is a solo by Kishore Kumar, entirely sung on screen by Rajeev Kapoor, who is trying to woo Rati Agnihotri. Sunny Deol and Jaya Prada are also present and looking on. A good, catchy and feel good song, composed by R. D. Burman and written by Majrooh Sultanpuri.

This movie is making its debut here with this song. Out of total 2709 songs recorded by Kishore Kumar 1209 are posted in the blog.
A tribute to the ‘harfanmaula’ on this Remembrance Day.

Audio :

Video :

Song-Jab chaaha yaara tum ne aankhon se maara tum ne(Zabardast)(1985) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

Jab chaaha yaara tum ne
aankhon se maara tum ne
honthon se zindaa kar diyaa aa
ho ho ho
jab chaaha yaara tum ne
aankhon se maara tum ne
honthon se zindaa kar diya
arrey tumhaari marzi
pe chal rahe hain
khataa hamaari kya
ho
jab chaaha yaara tum ne
aankhon se maara tum ne
honthon se zindaa kar diya aa

chalo ji ham bure sahi
chalo ji ham jhoothhe hain
magar issi nigaah se
hazaar dil toote hain aen
chalo ji ham bure sahi
chalo ji ham jhoothhe hain
magar issi nigaah se
hazaar dil toote hain
arre qasam se kehnaa
hamaari soorat
nahin hai pyaari kya
ho
jab chaaha yaara tum ne
aankhon se maara tum ne
honthon se zindaa kar diya aa
arrey tumhaari marzi
pe chal rahe hain
khataa hamaari kya
ho
jab chaaha yaara tum ne
aankhon se maara tum ne
honthon se zindaa kar diya aa

samajh sako to hamsafar
hamen tum apna jaano
udhar nahin idhar chalo
kabhi to kehna maano o o
samajh sako to hamsafar
hamen tum apna jaano
udhar nahin idhar chalo
kabhi to kehna maano
arrey lipat ke poochho
ke aage marzi
hai ab hamaari kya
ho
jab chaaha yaara tum ne
aankhon se maara tum ne
honthon se zindaa kar diyaa
arrey tumhaari marzi
pe chal rahe hain
khataa hamaari kya
ho
jab chaaha yaara tum ne
aankhon se maara tum ne
honthon se zindaa kar diya aa


This article is written by nahm, 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:

4453 Post No. : 15919

Dev Anand – 97th Birth Anniversary
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Dharamdev Pishorimal Anand (26 September 1923 – 3 December 2011), is the full name of the dashing, debonair yet chocolate hero of the 50’s, also nicknamed as the ever green actor, he was a hero, director, producer and what not. He is known for never say die attitude and being a gentleman of the old world sense. He formed a trio of superstars with Dilip Kumar and Raj Kapoor in the black n white era.

He was like a shining star which kept shining when all his neighbour, were laid down by age, health and simply lack of motivation. In the old ways, the culture of the film industry was about respect of seniors, treating others including junior artists, with respect and values which were based on humanity and equality in opportunities etc. The background of Dev Anand is an educated family of means. Plus that was an erawhen people with means had rich tastes and it converted into their conduct and dealing with fellow human beings. I have no knowledge how charitable or not Dev Anand himself was, because charity is not just sharing of monetary wealth, but sharing of positivity and knowledge also amounts of charity. Of course, there are people with such meanness in their makeup they will not lift an eyebrow, to facilitate someone else. And if such a person did lift an eyebrow, and someone else was slightly benefitted from it, the former will not like it. Ah…. I don’t know where I am going with this, but this is not towards Dev Anand.

I have recently seen his movies, “Kaala Bazaar” “Manzil” and “Kaala Paani” on youtube. Other unforgettable movie are such classics as “Guide”, “Tere Ghar Ke Saamne , “Jewel theif”, etc. I have read the Wikipedia page on Dev Anand. As I read through it, things got curious, as there is not filmography there. Very few films are mentioned, some of them I am yet to see. Zeenat Aman finds a mention as being discovered by him, but there is no mention of “Hare Rama Hare Krishna”. Also I found amiss the mention of his brothers Vijay Anand and Chetan Anand who were instrumental in his life and career. No mention of his great equation with SDB-RDB and Kishore Kumar.

There is also this line :
“Guru Dutt, Mohammed Rafi, Pran, Dilip Kumar, Raj Kapoor, Sunil Dutt, Nargis, Kishore Kumar, S.D. Burman and R.D. Burman were his closest friends from the film industry.” If a man is known by the company he keeps, than there are no better examples.

The song I am presenting as a tribute to Dev Anand on his 97th birth anniversary is from the film “Amir Garib” (1974). The song comprises of two separate solos, by Lata Mangeshkar and Kishore Kumar, which are the mirror images of each other. The song picturization and the lyrics are also mirroring each other. Both songs are picturised on Dev Anand and Hema malini, singing the two solos. With colourful clothes, a beach, an open jeep on the beach, than the Swimming pool at the Sun & Sand just beyond the Juhubeach(Common in both songs, with extra’s looking like Europeans in colourful swim suits) and a park road with a tonga ride. This is a beach song, tonga song, car song swimming pool song, teasing song, pacifying song all rolled into one.

About version songs which are mirror image of each other, I can recall one song from the film “Himalaya ki god mein”
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The following three songs from “Ameer Gareeb”(1974)are already posted in the blog :

Song Date posted
Mere pyaale mein sharaab daal de phir dekh tamaasha 21 June 2009
Main aaya hoon leke saaz haathon mein 12 August 2012
Kahin janaab ko mera to intezaar nahin 3 December 2018

The post is by Peevesie’s Mom which has a synopsis of the film. Another trivia is that the first song from this movie appeared on the blog as early as 21.06.2009, within its first year.

Lata version

Kishore Kumar version

Song-Soni aur moni ki hai jodi ajeeb (Ameer Gareeb)(1974) Singer-Lata/ Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

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Lata version
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ho moni
Ho moni
soni aur moni ki hai Jodi ajeeb
saajan ameer sajni gareeb
saajan ameer sajni gareeb
soni aur moni ki hai Jodi ajeeb
saajan ameer sajni gareeb
saajan ameer sajni gareeb
ik door jaaye ik aaye qareeb
saajan ameer sajni gareeb
saajan ameer sajni gareeb

khoya phire
rangraliyon mein
galiyon mein bada shor
sunaa tere naam kaa
galiyon mein bada shor
sunaa tere naam kaa
maana tere paas hai baajaa
tu hai raajaa
magar raani binaa kis kaam kaa aa
magar raani binaa kis kaam kaa
hohohoho
apna milan ho to
badle naseeb
saajan ameer sajni gareeb
saajan ameer sajni gareeb
soni aur moni ki hai Jodi ajeeb
saajan ameer sajni gareeb
saajan ameer sajni gareeb

aise koyi
tujh ko sataaye
tadpaaye kalejaa phat ke reh jaayeea
tadpaaye kalejaa phat ke reh jaaye
hans ke na kare piyaa baaten
mulaaqaaten
piya jal kat ke reh jaayeea
piya jal kat ke reh jaaye
hohohoho
hai mera mehboob meraa raqeeb
saajan ameer sajni gareeb
saajan ameer sajni gareeb
soni aur moni ki hai Jodi ajeeb
saajan ameer sajni gareeb
saajan ameer sajni gareeb
ik door jaaye ik aaye qareeb
saajan ameer sajni gareeb
saajan ameer sajni gareeb

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Kishore Kumar version :
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ho Soni
ho soni
moni aur soni ki hai jodi ajeeb
sajni ameer saajan gareeb
sajni ameer saajan gareeb
moni aur soni ki hai Jodi ajeeb
sajni ameer saajan gareeb
sajni ameer saajan gareeb
ik door jaaye ik aaye qareeb
sajni ameer saajan gareeb
sajni ameer saajan gareeb
moni aur soni ki hai Jodi ajeeb
sajni ameer saajan gareeb
sajni ameer saajan gareeb

khoyi phire
rangraliyon mein
galiyon mein bada shor
sunaa tere naam kaa aa
galiyon mein bada shor
sunaa tere naam kaa
maana teraa naam hai raani
mahaarai
magar raajaa binaa kis kaam kaa aa
magar raajaa binaa kis kaam kaa
hohohoho
apna milan ho to
badle naseeb
sajni ameer saajan gareeb
sajni ameer saajan gareeb
moni aur soni ki hai Jodi ajeeb
sajni ameer saajan gareeb
sajni ameer saajan gareeb

aise koyi
tujh ko sataaye
tadpaaye kalejaa phat ke reh jaaye ae
tadpaaye kalejaa phat ke reh jaaye
hans ke na kare kabhi baaten
mulaaqaaten
jiya jalkat ke reh jaaye ae
jiya jal kat ke reh jaaye
hohohoho
mehboob meraa hai meraa raqeeb
sajni ameer saajan gareeb
sajni ameer saajan gareeb
moni aur soni ki hai Jodi ajeeb
sajni ameer saajan gareeb
sajni ameer saajan gareeb
moni aur soni ki hai Jodi ajeeb
sajni ameer saajan gareeb
sajni ameer saajan gareeb


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 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 :

4273 Post No. : 15506

A rain drop falls on a smoldering matchstick. And extinguishes it. A poet sees this happening. And the poet’s mind creates the lines that go on to become an iconic song that lead the on screen performer by hand to the rising heights of super-stardom. You may have already guessed it. Ah yes, I am talking about ‘Amar Prem’ (1971) and Rajesh Khanna. The song – “Chingaari Koi Bhadke To Saawan Usey Bhujaaye”. And the poet behind this hit song – Anand Bakshi.

Remembering Anand Bakshi on his remembrance day today. He passed away this day in 2002.

A career that had quite a chequered start, lasted for more than 4 decades. And continued to produce hits after hits all the way till he passed away. Chequered in that he joined the army in 1947 as a switchboard operator in the Signals Core; left the army and came to Bombay (now Mumbai) in early 1950s; made no headway and in despair, returned to join the army; but could not get rid of the film-bug. He resigned from the army again in 1956 and came to Bombay once again. This time he stuck it out. Bhagwan Dada gave him a break in his 1958 film ‘Bhala Aadmi’. The young Anand, then 27 years old, penned six songs for that film. One song by him had already appeared in an obscure 1957 film ‘Silver King’. Sadly, maybe expectedly, no songs of ‘Silver King’ are available. His debut song is probably lost forever, barring some miracle discovery.

The stumbling start led to success, slowly but surely. Popular hits came in ones and twos, and Anand continued to push his career graph, always up and up. Seven films carried his songs in 1959. Not popular hits, but surely a few are a good listen. Attention came his way in 1960, with films like ‘Air Mail’ – “Shoon Shadap Nazron Ki Jhadap” and “Tumhin Ne Mera Dil Chheen Kar”; ‘Mehlon Ke Khwab’ – “Lo Ji Bujh Gayi Bijli Pyaar Ki”; ‘Zameen Ke Taare’ – “Tinke Pe Tinka, Chhutti Ke Din Ka”; Then in 1961 came the film ‘Razia Sultana’ with Nirupa Roy and Jairaj in lead roles. The duet written by Anand went on to become an all time favorite – “Dhalti Jaaye Raat, Keh Le Dil Ki Baat”.

Then came 1962, with the perennial favorite qawwaali – “Meri Taveer Le Ke Kya Karoge”. Plus the films ‘Mehndi Lagi Mere Haath’, ‘Baanke Saanwariya’ with a good repertoire of songs by Anand. And the year was topped by the one song he wrote for ‘Vallah Kya Baat Hai’ – “Ghame e Hasti Se Bas Begaana Hota”. He was 32 years of age.

1963 was adorned with another wonderful qawwali from his pen. The film – ‘Jab Se Tumhen Dekha Hai’, and the song – “Tumhen Husn De Ke Khuda Ne Sitamgar Banaaya Banaaya”. That year, we also have from him “Taaron Ki Chhaon Taley, Shamma Parwaane Miley” in the film ‘Zaraak Khan’, and the sterling Mukesh solo – “Chaand Aaahen Bharega” from the film ‘Phool Baney Angaare’, which was otherwise loaded with a set of charming hits.

Next was 1964 (of course 🙂 ) and the film for which Anand teamed up with Laxmi-Pyaare to produce a set of songs that have remained on the lips and in the mind of music lovers since then – ‘Mr X In Bombay’. And this was the year that this young poet made it to the Binaca Geet Mala listing (at no. 6) for the first time with the song – “Mere Mehboob Qayaamat Hogi”. What a song it is, and what a set of lilting songs this film carries. Anand’s foothold in the tinsel town was now firm and very steady.

1965 – and just the sampling of films should be enough – ‘Himalay Ki God Mein’, ‘Jab Jab Phool Khile’, ‘Lutera’, ‘Shriman Funtoosh’ and ‘Teesra Kaun’ – memorable songs that are too numerous to be listed individually. Notable mentions required though, for “Hamen Kya Jo Har Su Ujaale Huye Hain” from ‘Namaste Ji’ and “Ye Dard Bhara Afsaana” from ‘Shriman Funtoosh’. And yes – “Pyaar Ka Fasaana Bana Le Dil Deewaana” from ‘Teesra Kaun’.

Going from strength to strength, Anand rounded off the year 1966 with fabulous songs in films like ‘Aasra’, ‘Aaye Din Bahaar Ke’, ‘Devar’, ‘Pati Patni’, ‘Preet Na Jaane Reet’, ‘Professor X’,  and ‘Sunehre Qadam’.

In 1967, Anand completed 10 years of his career in the Bombay film industry with top hits in films like ‘Milan’, ‘Farz’, ‘Night In London’, ‘Aamne Saamne’, ‘Milan Ki Raat’, ‘Chandan Ka Palna’, and ‘Taqdeer’. What more to say.

The remaining years of the 1960s decade – even listing a sampler would be too much space to cover. Suffice to say that the super hit “Mere Sapnon Ki Raani. . .” that truly launched Rajesh Khanna on the way to super stardom, came from the pen of Anand Bakshi.

And he would go on writing for another three and a half decades – including perennial favorites like “Hum Ko Tumse Ho Gaya Hai Pyaar Kya Karen” (‘Amar Akbar Anthony’, 1977), “Tujhe Dekha To Ye Jaana Sanam” (‘Dilwaale Dulhaniya Le Jaayenge’, 1995), and thousands more – in fact a total of 3,500 songs spread out across more than 635 films. Such a career cannot be done justice in a single blog post. 🙂

Thanks Anand Bakshi ji, for so many wonderful memories to hum and enjoy.

Coming to the song for today. As I was seeking to get one of his earliest songs to present today, I came upon this wonderful Rafi solo that has been tuned by S Mohinder. The film is ‘Sun To Le Haseena’ which belongs to his debut year 1958.

Produced under the banner of Filmistan Limited, the film is directed by SP Bakshi. The star cast is listed as Shashikala, Ravindra Kapoor, Agha, P Kailash, Badri Prasad, Randhir, Gulab, Sabita Chatterjee, Kanu Rai, Manju, Manohar Geer, Majnu, Vitthal Das Panchotia, Madhu Apte, Ramlal, Leela, Bazid Khan, Rajeshwar Singh, Noor, Chandramohan, Pathak, Shantaram, Ravi Tandon, Sundar, and Pal.

The film has a total of seven songs written by four songwriters, with Anand’s contribution tally is three. (Other songwriters are Sarshaar Sailaani, Kaif Irfaani and Raahil Gorakhpuri). This is the second song of this film, written by him to be showcased here, and the third song from the film.

Rafi Sb has rendered this call-to-the-beloved song with gusto. A very interesting listen, I am sure you will agree.

Song – De Deedar, O Dildaar (Sun To Le Haseena) (1958) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Lyrics – Anand Bakshi, MD – S Mohinder

Lyrics

de deedar. . .
o dildaar. . .
haaye jhaank jharokhe se ik baar
aashiq tere dar pe aa ke ban gaya chowkidaar
ke de deedar. . .
o dildaar. . .

hota hai kahin kuchh khatka
lagta hai mujhe ik jhatka
hota hai kahin kuchh khatka
lagta hai mujhe ik jhatka
pal chhalak chhalak jaata hai
mere armaanon ka matka
mere armaanon ka matka. . .
har aahat pe chaunk ke jaani hota hoon taiyaar
ke de deedar. . .
o dildaar. . .
haaye jhaank jharokhe se ik baar
aashiq tere dar pe aa ke ban gaya chowkidaar
ke de deedar. . .
o dildaar. . .

o nakhre takhre waali
ye raat hai kaali kaali..ee. . .
o nakhre takhre waali
ye raat hai kaali kaali
kar saamne chaand sa mukhda
chaahe chhup ja de kar gaali
chaahe chhup ja de kar gaali. . .
varna faand ke aa jaaunga ye oonchi deewaar
ke de deedar. . .
o dildaar. . .
haaye jhaank jharokhe se ik baar
aashiq tere dar pe aa ke ban gaya chowkidaar
ke de deedar. . .
o dildaar. . .

main tujh pe ho ke lattu
tere naam ka ho gaya rattu..uu. . .
main tujh pe ho ke lattu
tere naam ka ho gaya rattu. . .
tere gham ka utha ke bojha
bana aadmi se main tattu
bana aadmi se main tattu. . .
ab tadpa tadpa ke zaalim yun na mujhko maar
ke de deedar. . .
o dildaar. . .
haaye jhaank jharokhe se ik baar
aashiq tere dar pe aa ke ban gaya chowkidaar
ke de deedar. . .
o dildaar. . .

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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दे दीदार॰ ॰ ॰
ओ दिलदार॰ ॰ ॰
हाए झांक झरोखे से इक बार
आशिक तेरे दर पे आके बन गया चौकीदार
के दे दीदार॰ ॰ ॰
ओ दिलदार॰ ॰ ॰

होता है कहीं कुछ खटका
लगता है मुझे ईक झटका
होता है कहीं कुछ खटका
लगता है मुझे ईक झटका
पल छलक छलक जाता है
मेरे अरमानों का मटका
मेरे अरमानों का मटका॰ ॰ ॰
हर आहट पे चौंक के जानी होता हूँ तैयार
के दे दीदार॰ ॰ ॰
ओ दिलदार॰ ॰ ॰
हाए झांक झरोखे से इक बार
आशिक तेरे दर पे आके बन गया चौकीदार
के दे दीदार॰ ॰ ॰
ओ दिलदार॰ ॰ ॰

ओ नखरे टखरे वाली
ये रात है काली काली॰॰ई॰ ॰ ॰
ओ नखरे टखरे वाली
ये रात है काली काली
कर सामने चाँद सा मुखड़ा
चाहे छुप जा देकर गाली
चाहे छुप जा देकर गाली॰ ॰ ॰
वरना फांद के आ जाऊंगा ये ऊंची दीवार
के दे दीदार॰ ॰ ॰
ओ दिलदार॰ ॰ ॰
हाए झांक झरोखे से इक बार
आशिक तेरे दर पे आके बन गया चौकीदार
के दे दीदार॰ ॰ ॰
ओ दिलदार॰ ॰

मैं तुझपे हो के लट्टू
तेरे नाम का हो गया रट्टू॰॰उ॰ ॰ ॰
मैं तुझपे हो के लट्टू
तेरे नाम का हो गया रट्टू॰ ॰ ॰
तेरे ग़म का उठा के बोझा
बना आदमी से मैं टट्टू
बना आदमी से मैं टट्टू॰ ॰ ॰
अब तड़पा तड़पा कर ज़ालिम यूं ना मुझको मार
के दे दीदार॰ ॰ ॰
ओ दिलदार॰ ॰ ॰
हाए झांक झरोखे से इक बार
आशिक तेरे दर पे आके बन गया चौकीदार
के दे दीदार॰ ॰ ॰
ओ दिलदार॰ ॰


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Blog Day : 4186 Post No. : 15366

“Jawaab”(1955) was produced and Directed by Ismail Memon. The movie had Nasir Khan, Geeta Bali, Johnny Walker, Balraj Sahni, Mukri, Achla Sachdev, Ashraf Khan etc in it.

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

Today (3 january 2020) is the 38th remembrance day of Naashaad ( 11 july 1923- 3 january 1981). On this occasion, here is a song from “Jawaab”(1955). This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Khumar Barabankwi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Naashaad.

The song is picturised on Geeta Bali and Nasir Khan. Picturisation shows Geeta Bali wooing Nasir Khan, clearly a revolutionary concept in Hindi movies of those days. 🙂


Song-Main to ho gayi re barbaad haaye raama pyaar karke (Jawaab)(1955) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Khumar Barabankwi, MD-Naashaad

Lyrics

o o
o o o
main to ho gayi re barbaad
haaye raama
pyaar kar ke
raama pyaar kar ke
main to ho gayi re barbaad
haaye raama
pyaar kar ke
raama pyaar kar ke
main to ho gayi re barbaad

ho o
o o o
ho more balamwa bade hathheele
mujhse kare na baat
more balamwa bade hathheele
mujhse kare na baat
loon main balanyya padoon main painyya
binti karoon din raat
beeti jaaye re jawaani takraar kar ke
main to ho gayi re barbaad
haaye raama
pyaar karke
raama pyaar karke
main to ho gayi re barbaad

o o o
o o o o
ho kasmen jhhoothhi jhhoothhi khaa ke mujhse badhaaya pyaar
kasmen jhhoothhi jhhoothhi khaa ke mujhse badhaaya pyaar
ab more julmi sainyya mujhse aankhiyaan karen na chaar
pachhtaai main jhoothhon ka aitbaar kar ke
main to ho gayi re barbaad
haaye raama
pyaar kar ke
raama pyaar kar ke
main to ho gayi re barbaad

ho o o o
o o o o o
ho preet nibhaani jo nahin jaane unse lagaayi preet
ho preet nibhaani jo nahin jaane unse lagaayi preet
jaan jalaaye ab wohi bairi
jin ko banaaya meet
dhokha khha gayi main baalepan mein pyaar ke
main to ho gayi re barbaad
haaye raama pyaar kar ke
raama pyaar kar ke
main to ho gayi re barbaad


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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4199

Songs Repeated in Hindi Films – 12
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What we have today is a repeat song of a very familiar and a very wonderful hit of its time, and yes, an all time favorite that seems to carry a timeless appeal for people in love. And as is shown on screen, people in love – of all ages. This reuse has some very interesting circumstances, mostly well evident in the picturization itself.

The original song is from the hit film ‘Khel Khel Mein’ from 1975. The lead pair in that film is Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Singh, who were famously in love off the celluloid also. They were referred to as the ‘Love Birds’ of the Hindi cinema. Their affair culminated in their tying the proverbial matrimonial knot in 1980. ‘Khel Khel Mein’ was possibly their second film together, having worked together earlier for the first time together, in ‘Zehreela Insaan’ in 1974. The original song is performed on screen by this pair, playing roles of college students in love, and in search of fun and adventure through petty pranks. On screen, the scenario is that both are drunk, and have got it into their minds to announce their love for each other to the world through this song. The original song is written by Gulshan Baawra and the music is by RD Burman.

The repeat song is from the 2005 film – ‘Pyaar Mein Twist’. The lead roles in this film are played by Rishi Kapoor and Dimple Kapadia. Seeing this pair on screen brought back memories of many a story, all the way back from three decades ago.

Rewind back to 1973. Rishi and Dimple make their individual debuts as lead players in ‘Bobby’, a teen romance that straddles two diverse strata of the society as well as religious affiliations. The film was the big hit of 1973, that revived the fortunes of RK banner after the box office debacle of ‘Mera Naam Joker’ (1970). The release of this film was preceded, and accompanied by a ton of controversies that had the pulp press working overtime for months on end. An uncanny facial resemblance (at that point in time) between Dimple and Nargis of ‘Barsaat’ (1949), created a havoc laden rumor tornado – that Dimple is actually Raj Kapoor’s daughter from his alleged affair with Nargis when the two were a popular and fantastic pair on screen, and off it, in late 1940s to mid 1950s. Of course the rumor was really preposterous; given the dates and timelines of years. But the smut press was really having a great time. Then another storm of rumor was thrown into this mix – that of an off screen affair between Rishi and Dimple. This was even more flabbergasting – as evidenced by the fact that Rishi – fondly called Chintu Baba, would soon be entangled with Neetu Singh, in a relationship that has lasted a life time. The rumor simply refused to die for weeks on end, despite strong denial statements by all parties concerned.

And then, even before the film ‘Bobby’ was formally released, there came another thunderous event that really complicated the already horrendous mess. Totally out of the blue, the marriage of Rajesh Khanna and Dimple Kapadia was announced. Rajesh Khanna was riding a great popularity wave as the superstar of the decade. The decision raised many an eyebrow, all the way to the sky, given that Rajesh Khanna was already in an almost live-in relationship with the small time actress Anju Mahendru. Couple that with the immediate announcement of Dimple’s retirement from the film industry. Goodness, the amount of dirty gossip raised by all these eventualities, was really getting out of hand. To a right thinking person, all the gossip was incredulous and unbelievable, at that time. It would serve no purpose to regurgitate it. And then, in some months’ time, as the controversies appeared to have lived out their usefulness, the box office success of ‘Bobby’ created another gossip storm – that all the controversies and their public discourse associated with Dimple – all the rumor rot was just a marketing ploy to create a box office success for ‘Bobby’. It took almost a year for the storm to die down.

Fast forward now to 1982. The long brewing trouble in the Rajesh-Dimple marriage came to a head, with Dimple leaving the matrimonial home with her two daughters, never to return again. After a cooling period of a year or so, the news emerged about the much awaited return of Dimple to the films. One of the first films that she signed up for was ‘Saagar’ (1985), opposite to Rishi Kapoor once again. The film was delayed by almost a year – in normal course it would have hit the theatres in 1984. Other films starring Dimple got released earlier.

Over the years, this pair has appeared on screen together with an infrequent regularity – ‘Allah Rakha’ in 1986, then on to ‘Ajooba’ and ‘Ranbhoomi’ in 1991. Then in 2005, after another gap of 14 years, came ‘Pyaar Mein Twist’, the film under discussion today. The two actors have appeared together in two more films since then – ‘Luck By Chance’ in 2009 and then ‘Patiala House’ in 2011.

‘Pyaar Mein Twist’ is a romantic comedy underlining a serious subject of mature age romance between two single parents, Yash (role played by Rishi Kapoor) and Sheetal (role played by Dimple Kapadia), both having a flourishing household each of them is responsible for. And yet, Cupid does not spare them from romantic entanglement, leading to a major social upset in the two families. However, with the support of a benevolent aunt (Toshi Auntie – role played by Farida Jalaal) and a supporting future son-in-law (Sanju – role played by Sameer Dattani), all ends well for all parties concerned. The ending sequence shows Yash performing the kanyadaan ceremony at the wedding of Sheetal’s daughter, topped off with a happy smiling family group photo shoot.

The reused song is actually not the real original. It has been re-recorded in different voices for the purpose of this film. It is a duet – but now it is a male-male duet. The original is sung by Kishore Kumar and Asha Bhosle. The repeat version is sung by Babul Supriyo and Vinod Rathod. On screen, it is performed by Yash and his childhood friend Khanna (role played by Satish Shah). The scene is a marriage anniversary party of Khanna. Yash, after a few pegs down his belt, decides to make a public proclamation of his love for Sheetal – much to her visible surprise and suppressed delight.

One query for the more knowledgeable readers – please help to identify the lady in the red saaree standing next to Dimple in this song. She plays the role of Satish Shah’s wife in this film. I have seen her in a couple of other contemporaneous films, but cannot recall her name.

The song starts off with the opening lines of another iconic hit of Rishi Kapoor – the song “Meri Umar Ke Naujawaanon. . . – To Gaao Om Shanti Om”, in his own voice, and then it leads into the lines “Khullam Khulla. . .”. Of the original three stanza song, only two stanzas have been used in repeat version.

So check out this modern day avataar of an iconic song from the 1970s, which is performed on screen by the same actor – thirty years apart. This must be a record of sorts, after considering WM Khan’s performance of the primeval “De De Khuda Ke Naam Pe. . .” in the three versions of the film ‘Alam Ara’ – 1931, 1956 and 1973.

Listen and enjoy.

 

Song – Khullam Khulla Pyaar Karenge Hum Dono  (Pyaar Mein Twist) (2005) Singers – Babul Supriyo, Vinod Rathod, Lyrics – Gulshan Bawra, MD – RD Burman
Rishi Kapoor
Unidentified Male Voice
Babul Supriyo + Vinod Rathod
Chorus

Lyrics

hey..ey..ey
tum ne
kabhi kisi se
pyaar kiya

kiya. . .

kabhi kisi ko dil diya

diya. . .

maine bhi diya. . .
hey..ey..ey

jamaa de

hey y’all party people
listen now
. . .  y’all listen now
. . .  . . .  y’all listen now
. . .  . . .  . . .  y’all listen now
the same old love story
back again

yea
come on
now

say it

come on now
you party people

khullam khulla pyaar karenge hum dono
is duniya se nahin darenge hum dono
arrey khullam khulla pyaar karenge hum dono
is duniya se nahin darenge hum dono
pyaar hum karte hai chori nahi
mil gaye dil jora jori nahi
hum wo karenge jo dil kahe
hum ko zamaane se kya

that’s right

arrey khullam khulla pyaar karenge hum dono
is duniya se nahin darenge hum dono

hey..ey..ey
same old love story
like ya sing it
come on now
feel it

hey
dekh wo
ishq chhup chhup ke farma rahe hain
arrey hai
kya mazaa
dil hi dil me to ghabra rahe hain
hey ey
dekh wo 
ishq chhup chhup ke farma rahe hai
arrey hai
kya mazaa
dil hi dil me to ghabra rahe hain
lagta hai dono padosi hain wo
rishta hi aisa hai jaane bhi do
hum wo karenge dil jo kahe
hum ko zamaane se kya

jamaa de

khullam khulla pyaar karenge hum dono
is duniya se nahin darenge hum dono

oye kitta

one one one one
one more time

hey
bolo na
pyaar ka hai ye dushman zamaana
arrey sun
haan bataa
sab ko milta nahin ye khazaana
hey
bolo na
pyaar ka hai ye dushman zamaana
ae hey hey sun
haan bataa
sabko milta nahi ye khazaana
arrey jinko aji ye khazaana miley
dekh dekh unko ye duniya jaley
hum wo karenge dil jo kahe
hum ko zamaane se kya

khullam khulla pyaar karenge hum dono
is duniya se nahin darenge hum dono

watch it watch it now

pyaar hum karte hai chori nahin
mil gaye dil jora jori nahin
hum wo karenge jo dil kahe
hum ko zamaane se kya

jamaa de

khullam khulla pyaar karenge hum dono

watch it watch it now

is duniya se nahin darenge hum dono

oye kitta

khullam khulla pyaar karenge hum dono

that’s right

is duniya se nahin darenge hum dono

jamaa de

khullam khulla pyaar karenge hum dono. . .


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 : 4053 Post No. : 15184

Songs Repeated in Hindi Films – 9
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Ah ha, even this song. 🙂

The film is ‘Alag Alag’ from 1985. Repeating an iconic song from the 1969 film ‘Aradhna’. And surely, the important thing to note is that the repeat would have involved no negotiations etc. The director, Shakti Samant, and the song writer Anand Bakshi, are the same. The producer of ‘Aradhna’ is Shakti Samant, and the producer of ‘Alag Alag’ is Rajesh Khanna, who incidentally appears in both the films. The music director of ‘Aradhna’ is SD Burman, and the music director for ‘Alag Alag’ is his son, RD Burman. I would believe that getting permission to repeat this song would have been quite easy. 🙂

As I checked out the the earlier posted original song (on 13 Jan, 2013) I notice that this repeat song is already identified by Sadanand ji in a comment posted on 31st Oct last year. And so, this song found its entry on the blog via this series. Well, for one, it is not listed in the Geet Kosh. That is the interesting part. There are seven songs listed for this film, and the singers listed against each one. The name Kavita Krishnamurthy, the singing voice of this version of the song, does not appear against any of the listed songs. Then, in the footnote, there is compiled list of playback singers given, which includes Kavita’s name, indicating that she has sung something for this film. If one does not view the film, and is not aware of this repeat performance of this song, one will keep wondering why does Kavita Krishnmurthy’s name appears in the list of playback singers, when she has not lent her voice to any song.

The 1985 film ‘Alag Alag’ is produced by Rajesh Khanna and Kusum Narula, under the banner of Aashirwaad Films International, Bombay. With this film, Rajesh Khanna made his debut as a producer in the industry. A small anecdote is noted – that Kishore Kumar did not accept any payment for his singing assignments in this film. He said that he felt indebted to Rajesh Khanna and ‘Aradhna’ for catapulting his career to a new high, and this being Rajesh’s first film as a producer, he would sing for him without accepting any payments.

The star cast of this film is listed as Shashi Kapoor, Rajesh Khanna, Tina Munim, Deven Verma, Sushma Seth, Gita Siddhartha, Urmila Bhatt, Anjana, Raj Rani, Rajesh Puri, Subiraj, Asit Sen, Bharat Bhushan, Bhagwan, Satyen Kappu, Mohan Choti, Birbal, Vikas Anand, Manmauji, Manik Dutt, Sunil Dhawan, Kamal Kanchan, Anoop, Pratap, Surendra, Shyam, Mohit, S Chavan, Gurubachan, with special appearance by Bindu and friendly appearances by Om Prakash and On Shivpuri.

Briefly, the story of this film is,

Tina Munim is a village belle, whose only dream in life is to marry a rich man. She comes to Bombay, meets Rajesh Khanna, and mistakes him for a rich man. When he reveals that he is not a rich man, but is a struggling singer looking for work in the film industry, she dumps him. Later in the film, we find out that he is actually a rich man’s son, who is out on his own, because his parents do not appreciate his desire to be a singer. The next set of events brings Tina to the home of Shashi Kapoor, who is a doctor and is widowed. Pursuing her goal with the single minded devotion, she now attempts to become his wife, This song is placed in the film at this juncture, as she tries to woo him.

The rest of the story is quite intertwined. Shashi Kapoor actually treats Tina Munim as a daughter. Rajesh comes to the doctor to get a false disability certificate as a reference. Tina meets him, confronts him and exposes him. Rajesh leaves, then is involved in an accident in which he loses his voice. He rejoins his family. Shashi Kapoor passes away on account of some illness. Tina is back on the road. With the help of his mother, Rajesh tries to promote Tina as a singer, without letting her know. They meet again, but Rajesh leaves because of his disability. Tina mistakes this to be that Rajesh hates her. And on goes the storyline, inching towards a happily ever after and a miraculous restoration of voice etc. 🙂

We come to this repeat song with a difference. So far in this series, most of the songs that have been reused, are presented as the original recording – barring “Babul Mora. . .” and “I Am A Disco Dancer“, which have been re-recorded in different singing voices. Today’s song also belongs to this latter group – that it is also a re-recorded version and not the original. The original, of course is Kishore Da, and in this female re-rendered version, the singing voice is Kavita Krishnamurthy.

You will notice that Tina’s attire in this song is quite similar to Sharmila’s in the original. An interesting repeat this one is. Enjoy.

 

 

 

Song – Roop Tera Mastaana, Pyaar Mera Deewaana  (Alag Alag) (1985) Singers – Kavita Krishnamurthy, Lyrics – Anand Bakshi, MD – RD Burman
Female Voice + Male Voice

Lyrics

roop tera mastaanaa
pyaar mera deewaana
roop tera mastaanaa
pyaar mera deewaana
bhool koi humse na ho jaaye
roop tera mastaanaa
pyaar mera deewaana
bhool koi humse na ho jaaye

raat nasheelee
mast samaa hai
aaj nashe mein
saara jahaan hai
raat nasheelee
mast sama hai
aaj nashe mein
saara jahaan hai
haay sharaabi mausam behkaaye
ae ae ae ae
roop tera mastaanaa
pyaar mera deewaana
bhool koi humse na ho jaaye

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

रूप तेरा मस्ताना
प्यार मेरा दीवाना
रूप तेरा मस्ताना
प्यार मेरा दीवाना
भूल कोई हमसे न हो जाये
रूप तेरा मस्ताना
प्यार मेरा दीवाना
भूल कोई हमसे न हो जाये

रात नशीली
मस्त समां है
आज नशे में
सारा जहां है
रात नशीली
मस्त समां है
आज नशे में
सारा जहां है
हाय शराबी मौसम बहकाए ए ए ए ए
रूप तेरा मस्ताना
प्यार मेरा दीवाना
भूल कोई हमसे न हो जाये


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