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“Baaghi Sipaahi”(1958) was produced and directed by Bhagwandas Varma for V P Films, Bombay. This costume movie, reportedly based on “Quo Vadis”(1951) had Ranjan, Madhubala, Poornima, Chandrashekhar, Sapru, S Nazir, Nishi, Renu Makad, Gajendra, Pal Sharma, Gope, Om Prakash etc in it.

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

Here is the sixth song from “Baaghi Sipaahi”(1958) to appear in the blog. The movie had five songs penned by Shailendra and all of them have been covered. That leaves three songs to be covered and all of them are written by Hasrat Jaipuri were penned by Shailendra.

This song is sung by Lata. Music is composed by Shankar Jaikishan.

The video of too short. The audio is nearly seven minutes long. Sadly the recording in all available versions are quite noise and that detracts from the pleasuse of listening to this song. In fact the remaining two songs from the movie also suffer from the same problem. I have no idea why, seeing that the audio quality of the songs in the movie that were discussed earlier are quite decent in comparison.

I am unable to identify the lady lip syncing the song though my guess is that she is Poornima, wife of the producer director. Nevertheless, I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify the lady whose face appears heavily made up to me even in this black and white picturisation.

Here is this song from “Baaghi Sipaahi”(1958), the sixth song from the movie to appear in the blog.

Video

Audio

Song-Ruk jaa musaafir pal bhar ko (Baaghi Sipaahi)(1958) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Shankar Jaikishan
Chorus

Lyrics

aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa

ruk jaa
ruk jaa
ruk jaa
ruk jaa
ruk jaa musaafir pal bhar ko
ruk jaa wahin ruk jaa
hmm hmm hmm
ruk ja musaafir pal bhar ko
ruk jaa wahin ruk jaa
hmm hmm hmm
tere dil ko chain milega jahaan
jhuk jaa wahin jhuk jaa
hmm hmm hmm
tere dil ko chain milega jahaan
jhuk jaa wahin jhuk jaa
hmm hmm hmm
ruk jaa ruk jaa
hmm hmm

aa aa aa
aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa
aa aa aa

ae naadaan kehna maan
manzil path thukraana kya
ujali raah par aakar
waapas laut ke jaana kya
chalte hain paanv to chalne de
aa aa aa aa aa
chalte hain paanv to chalne de
aa aaa aa
tu apna dil thahra
ruk ja
hmm hmm
ruk ja
hmm hmm hmm
ruk ja musaafir pal bhar ko
ruk ja wahin ruk ja
hmm hmm hmm
tere dil ko chain milega jahaan
jhuk jaa wahin jhuk jaa

aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa
hmm hmm hmm

aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa

ruk jaaa
ruk jaaa
hmm hmm hmm
ruk jaa
ruk jaa
hmm hmm
ruk ja musaafir pal bhar ko
ruk ja wahin ruk ja
hmm hmm hmm
ruk ja musaafir pal bhar ko
ruk ja wahin ruk ja
hmm hmm hmm
tere dil ko chain milega jahaan
jhuk ja wahin jhuk ja
hmm hmm hmm
tere dil ko chain milega jahaan
jhuk ja wahin jhuk ja
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa
hmm hmm hmm

ek din ho hi jaayegi
nazar bhi band jabaan bhi band
maut aa jaayegi ek din
jahaan hoga zameen mein band
kar le wo kaam jo reh jaye naam
aa aa aa aa
kar le wo kaam jo reh jaaye naam
aa aa aa
karle wo kaam jo rah jaye naam
jeene ke din hain chand
ruk ja ruk ja
hmm hmm
ruk ja musaafir pal bhar ko
ruk ja wahin ruk ja
hmm hmm hmm
tere dil ko chain milega jahaan
jhuk ja wahin jhuk ja
hmm hmm hmm
ruk ja
ruk jaa
ruk ja
ruk jaa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa

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“Putli”(1950) was produced and directed by Wali Sahab for Punjab Film Corporation, Bombay. The movie had Mumtaz Shanti ,Pran, Yaqoob, Husn Banu, Srinath, Majnu, Prem Dhawan, Ramesh Thakur , Sheela Naik etc in it.

The movie had eleven songs in it. One song from the movie has been covered in the past.

Today (23 november 2017) is the 87th birth anniversary of Geeta Dutt (23 november 1930 – 20 july 1972). On this occasion, here is a song from “Putli”(1950). HFGK is silent about the singer of this song, but listening to this song, one can clearly identify the voice as that of a young Geeta Roy as she was then known. The song is picturised on Mumtaz Shanti. Wali Sahab is the lyricist.

The movie had two music directors, viz Ghulam Haider and Aziz Hindi. This song was apparently the only song in the movie that was composed by Ghulam Haider as I gather from a comment on YT. I hope the commenter is correct about this fact.

The audio version, though clearer, is shorter in length. The video is longer but the audio quality is not all that great. One cannot have the best of both worlds in this case, I hope. Nevertheless, the fact that this rare song is available in audio as well as video form is something for us to rejoice about.

The picturisation shows a sapera playing a ben infront of a Nagin who then gets transformed to a lady (Mumtaz Shanti) who then sings this song. So we have “Naagin” like situations in Hindi movies even in pre “Naagin””(1954) days. 🙂

So, on the occasion of Geeta Dutt’s birth anniversary, here is this rare song from “Putli”(1950) as a tribute to her.

Audio

Video

Song-Teri lagan tadpaaye (Putli)(1950) Singer-Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Wali Sahab, MD-Ghulam Haider

Lyrics

teri lagan
teri lagan tadpaaye
ho o
teri lagan tadpaaye
chain nahin aaye
jiya bal khaaye
ho o
teri lagan tadpaaye
chain nahin aaye
jiya bal khaaye
ho o teri lagan

mere saanson ke raag
meri aahon ki aag
ho meri
ho meri
ho meri aahon ki aag
mere saanson ke raag
meri aahon ki aag
piya thandak pahunchaaye sajan
tan man jalaaye sajan
tan man jalaaye
teri lagan tadpaaye
ho o
teri lagan tadpaaye
chain nahin aaye
jiya bal khaaye
ho o
teri lagan

teri pyaari pyaari pree ee eet
teri pyaari pyaari preet
meri haar teri jeet
meri haar teri jeet
piya ik din hansaaye sajan
ik din rulaaye sajan
ik din rulaye
teri lagan tadpaaye
ho o
teri lagan tadpaye
chain nahin aaye
jiya bal khaaye
ho o teri lagan

phoolon ki godi mein bhanwron ka jhoomna
aa aa aa
phoolon ki godi mein bhanwron ka jhoomna
deepak ki jyoti patangon ka choomna
aa aa aa
deepak ki jyoti patangon ka choomna
piya jeena sikhaaye sajan
marna sikhaaye
teri kasam
teri lagan tadpaaye
ho o
teri lagan tadpaaye
chain nahin aaye


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“Parinde”(1945) was produced and directed by Acharya Atre for Atre Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Surendra, Vanmala, Dixit, Babu rao Pendharkar, Sitara, Sunalini Devi, Balwant Parchure, D R Gokhale, Chandabai, Lallu, Vasant sawkar, Jairam Desai etc in it.

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

Here is the third song from “Parinde”(1945) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Surendra and Parul Ghosh (credited as Shrimati Ghosh in the credits). Rammurty Chaturvedi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Pt Govindram.

The song is picturised on Suendra and Vanmala.

Video


Audio

Song-Oopar ho chaand taara neeche jahaan saara(Parinde)(1945) Singers-Surendra, Parul Ghosh, Lyrics-Rammurty Chaturvedi, MD-Pt Govindram
Both

Lyrics

oopar ho chaand taara
neeche jahaan saara
upar ho chaand taara
neeche jahaan saara
beech mein hum tum pyaar karenge
haan
beech mein hum tum pyaar karenge
pyaar karenge
hum vihaar karenge
pyaar karenge
hum vihaar karenge

hum tum mil kar pyaar karenge
haan
hum tum mil kar pyaar karenge

ek oar dolye parindon ki toli
ek oar taare khelen aankh michauli
ek oar doley parindon ki toli
ek oar taare khelen aankh michauli
kirnon ka hum tum singaar karenge
kirnon ka hum tum singaar karenge
upar ho chaand taara neeche jahaan saara
upar ho chaand taara niche jahaan sara
beech mein hum tum pyaar karenge
haan
beech mein hum tum pyaar karenge

udte udte unche unche jaayenge hum dono
udte udte, unche unche jaayenge hum dono
sota hua suraj jagaayenge hum dono
sota hua suraj jagaayenge hum dono

jag mein savera bataayenge
gaayenge
jag me savera jagaayenge
gayenge
meethe suron se hum gulzaar karenge
haan
meethe suron se hum gulzaar karenge
gulzaar karenge
ham vihaar karenge
gulzaar karenge
ham vihaar karenge
jag mein ham tum pyaar karengen
haan
jag mein ham tum pyaar karenge

udte udte sajan kahin baadal jo chhaayen
udte udte sajan kahin baadal jo chhaayen

manzil humaari hamen nazar na aaye
manzil humaari hamen nazar na aaye
phir
phir
haathon mein haath liye himmat ka saath liye
haatho me hath liye himmat ka sath liye
manzil ko apni hum paar karenge
haan manzil ko apni hum paar karenge
paar karenge hum vihaar karenge
paar karenge hum vihaar karenge
jag mein hum tum pyaar karenge
haan jag mein hum tum pyaar karenge


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“Patraani”(1956) was produced by Shankarbhai Bhatt and directed by his younger brother Vijay Bhatt for Prakash Pictures. The movie had Vyjayantimala, Pradeep Kumar, Omprakash, Shashikala, Durga Khote, David, Jeevan etc. in it. The movie was based on a novel by Kanhaiyalal Munshi.

Six songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the seventh song from “Patraani”(1956) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata. Hasrat Jaipuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shankar Jaikishan.

This cheerful expression of love song is picturised on Vyjyanti Mala.


Song-Saat samandar paar haaye re mera sapnon ka sansaar(Patraani)(1956) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics

saat samandar paar haaye re mera sapnon ka sansaar
saat samandar paar haaye re mera sapnon ka sansaar
sapnon ka sansaar kahoon ya saajan tera dwaar kahoon main
saat samandar paar haaye re mera sapnon ka sansaar

maat pita ko chhod chali is paar
tumhre kaaran chhod diya gharbaar
tu jo miley to sab kuchh pa loon
bigdi huyi taqdeer bana loon
kehti hai dil ki pukaar
darshan pyaasi aankhen meri bekaraar
haaye raam
saat samandar paar haaye re mera sapnon ka sansaar

laakh bhi aaye is path par toofaan
paa ke rahoongi main man ka bhagwaan
tan ko man ki dhoop jalaaye
man ki agan ko kaun bujhaaye
rooth chukhi hai bahaar
piya bin jeevan hai dushvaar haaye raam
saat samandar paar haaye re mera sapnon ka sansaar

dil ko laga hai birha agan ka rog
mera unse janam janam sanjog
yoon to bade naajon ki pali main
pi ke liye kaanton pe chali main
naav meri majhdhaar padi hai
door hai khevan-haar haaye raam
saat samandar paar haaye re mera sapnon ka sansaar
saat samandar paar haaye re mera sapnon ka sansaar


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“Patit Paawan”(1955) was produced by Hemavati Sapru and directed by Vasant Painer for D K Films, Bombay. The movie had D K Sapru, Sulochana, Ulhas, Hamavati, Lalita Pawar, Bipin Gupta, Jeewan, Ranjan Haksar, Nand Kishore, Parshuram etc. in it.

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

Here is the third song from “Patit Paawan”(1955) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Sudha Malhotra and Mubarak Begam. Bharat Vyas is the lyricist. Music is composed by Jamal Sen.

I have not been able to get a word (or may be more) right in the lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable.

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


Song-Jeewan ka tu ujiyaara hai (Patit Paawan)(1955) Singers- Mubarak Begum, Sudha Malhotra, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-Jamal Sen
Mubarak Begum + Sudha Malhotra

Lyrics

jeevan ka tu ujiyaara hai
rakhwaara bansi waara hai
jeevan ka tu ujiyaara hai
rakhwaara bansiwaara hai
saanwariya
morey saanwariya

do nainan ke deep jala ke
do nainan ke deep jala ke
geet preet ke gaaun main to
geet preet ke gaaun oon
mann ka mangal thaal sajaa kar
mann ka mangal thaal sajaa kar
prem ka bhog chadhaaun
mein aen prem ka bhog chadhaaun

main tera jeevan saathi
tu deepak hai main baati
main tera jeevan saathi hoon
tu deepak hai main baati hoon
saanwariya
morey saanwariya

tera mera saath puraana
tera mera saath puraana
janm janm ka naata mera
janm janm ka naata aa aa
pal pal tere geet raseele
pal pal tere geet raseele
praan papeeha gaata ho o
praan papeeha gaata

main bijali hoon tu baadal hai
main naina hoon tu kaajal hai
main bijli hoon tu baadal hai
main naina hoon tu kaajal hai
naagariya
morey saanwariya
jeevan ka tu ujiyaara hai
rakhwaaraa bansi waara hai
saanwariya
morey saanwariya


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

The movie had nine songs in it. One song from the movie has been covered in the past.

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

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala some four years ago and even I had planned to post it at that time as song number 8526. For some reason it did not materialise at that time. Now it finally appears as song post number 13756 in the blog. The blog has added more that 5000 songs in the interim period. 🙂

Sulochana Kadam had sung as many as eight songs out of ten in the movie. So it appears that she had sung for the leading lady which going by the cast was Leela Gupte. Nevertheless, I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Jo bigad gayi wo kismat hoon (Baabuji)(1950) Singer-Sulochana Kadam, Lyrics-Ehsan Rizvi, MD-P Ramakant

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

Jo bigad gayi wo kismat hoon
jo bigad gayi wo kismat hoon
jo ujad gayi wo duniya hoon oon
jo bigad gayi wo kismat hoon

main khili kali ki soorat mein
main khili kali ki soorat mein
ab kisi ke dil ka kaanta hoon
jo bigad gayi wo kismat hoon
jo ujad gayi wo duniya hoon oon
jo bigad gayi wo kismat hoon

thhi hansi unhin ke hansne ki
thhi hansi unhin ke hansne ki
sab khushi thhi dil ke milne ki
wo bichhad gaye to marti hoon
wo bichhad gaye to marti hoon
wo miley to mar kar zindaa hoon
jo bigad gayi wo kismat hoon
jo ujad gayi wo duniya hoon oon
jo bigad gayi wo kismat hoon

dil lagaa ke dhokha khaaya hai
dil lagaa ke dhokha khaaya hai ae
gham uthhaake hansnaa padtaa hai
gham uthhaake hansnaa padtaa hai
jis diye ki lau par jalna hai
jis diye ki lau par jalna hai
Us diye ki main parwaana hoon
jo bigad gayi wo kismat hoon


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

Mr Sadanand Kamath, our inhouse researcher on old movies had researched this movie and he had read its story in “FilmIndia” magazine october 1948 issue where review of this movie was carried out. He summarises the story as- “The story of the film revolves around the mistaken identities of the two prospective brides and bridegrooms. This leads to first, the comical situations and later, to some melodrama before misunderstandings are sorted out. ”

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

Here is the sixth song from “Paraayi Aag”(1948) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Zohrabai Ambalewaali. Tanveer Naqvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ghulam Mohammad.

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

I have not been able to get a few words right in the lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable.


Song-Kis’se kahen ki kaun hamaare chale gaye (Paraayi Aag)(1948) Singer-Zohrabai Ambalewaali, Lyrics-Tanveer Naqvi, MD-Ghulam Mohammad

Lyrics

kis’se kahen ki
kaun hamaare ae ae
chale gaye
ham jee rahe thhe
jinke sahaare ae ae
chale gaye

unke baghair apni
unke baghair apni
khabar bhi na mil saki
khabar bhi na mil saki
hum bekhudi mein
khud ko pukaare ae ae
chale gaye
hum jee rahe thhe
jinke sahaare ae ae
chale gaye

wo khwaab wo sukoon wo
wo khwaab wo sukoon
wo tabassum wo walwale
tabassum wo walwale
aaye thhe saath
saath tumhaare ae ae
chale gaye
hum jee rahe thhe
jinke sahaare ae ae
chale gaye

dil mein koi ummeed
koi aarzoo nahin
koi aarzoo nahin
armaan hamaare
saath tumhaare ae ae
chale gaye
kis’se kahen ki
kaun hamaare ae ae
chale gaye


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#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 57 #
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In a few of my earlier posts on the blog, I have discussed how some songs become part of our memories and keep haunting us from time to time, either for some reasons or sometimes without any reasons.

Some songs bring back memories and some just bring back feeling of nostalgia. There are some songs that stay with us because they are part of our growing years.

We keep looking for such separated at childhood songs for our listening pleasure and/or nostalgia till we manage to locate them.

Today’s song is one such song which hadstayed in my memory over the years and and one that I was looking for since 1985-86 when I started collecting cassettes of songs.

This song was still there in my memory and had continued to stay undetected even two decades later when I discovered this blog.

It was only when I got my first copy of HFGK of the decade 1971-1980 (i.e. Vol-V) that I found out the name of this movie the song was from. It was more that one year later that I had realised that this song was not yet covered here.

Whenever I find un discussed songs like this, I start imagining in my mind that the song may have been a special song, being held back for some special occasion. Sometimes such songs do get discussed, but not necessarily on a special occasion and often without much fanfare either when I would feel that the song was worthy of better covereage. 😊

I decided to watch this movie ‘Patanga-1971’ which is available on YT which was the name of the movie this “special” song was from.

The reason why this song was stuck up in my mind could be because I may have watched the movie with my Parents or Uncles in my early childhood when I was too young to recall much. I must have been three and half years or little more then as the dates of the release of the movie suggests. I also feel that this song (from this movie) may have been a frequently played song on radio during those years.

I would categorise this song is the same category of my nostalgic songs as ‘Kaisa jaadu daalaa ma banarasi roomaal waala’ and ‘Joode mein gajra mat baandho’ which haunting me for many years before I finally managed to locate them.

Coming back to the song being presented today, if you watch the movie, you will find no reason for this song to be there in the movie where it appears. It just comes as a ‘filler’ and has no connection with the storyline or no connected events also. (That is what I can conclude by watching the movie till this song and a little more after the song is over).

The movie itself, as other song posts of this movie suggests, was not a success I think, and moves forward on a predictable story line, except that Ajit does not plays a villain’s role in this movie.

The song is very nice to listen to and watch too. Jayshree T and the actor (I am unable to identify the actor?) have given a rocking performance on the soulful singing of Asha Bhonsle and Rafi Saab.

Lyrics by Hasrat Jaipuri are also very good and Shankar Jaikishan’s music is as expected and melodious.

Now, it was only the ‘mukhda’ of this song ‘patangaa jal jal jal mar jaaye…’ and there after only its tune that was there playing in my mind over all these years. While preparing this post I have now listened to it and watched it many times.

This is the fifth song (including one multiple version) to be posted on the blog. Four songs have been posted earlier on the blog which also includes the more popular (?) ‘Thodaa ruk jaayegi to tera kyaa jaayegaa’ .

I am not aware how today’s song fared at that time and would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on it and the movie.

(Note: – In HFGK, Vol -V 1971-1980 under song list of the songs of this movie today’s song is mentioned at number two while in the movie it is on number four and I don’t know if it is just by mistake or there is any reason for that).

‘Patanga-1971’ (or Patangaa-1971) was directed by Kedar Kapoor for K.R. Films, Bombay.

It was produced by Kedar Kapoor and R.S. Sharma.

It had Shashi Kapoor, Vimi, Ajit, Sajjan, Wasti, Ashok Kapoor, Laxmi Chhaya, Zeb Rehman, Jagdish Raj, Ram Mohan, Leela Mishra, Pravin Paul, Geeta, Amina Bai, Ram Avtaar, Shekhar Purohit, Prem, Shiv Chander, Ravinder Kumar, Haroon, Lal, Nasir, Balram, Santosh, Rajkumar, Basant, Jayshree T and Rajinder Nath.

Story of this movie was written by Vinod Kumar. Screenplay and dialogues were written by Pt.Mukhram Sharma.
Editing of this movie was done by B.S.Glaad.

There are eight songs (seven+one) in this movie, with one song having two parts. Lyrics of these songs are written by Neeraj (four songs), Hasrat Jaipuri (three songs) and Indeewar (one song).

Music for this movie was composed by Shankar – Jaikishan (assited by Dattram and Sabastian).
This movie was passed by Censor Board on 20.08.1971.

As mentioned above the today’s song is the fifth song of this movie being posted today after a gap of almost two years.

Let us now enjoy the today’s song.


Song-Patanga jal jal jal mar jaaye (Patanga)(1971) Singers-Rafi, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics

O lehriye waali
O motiyonwaali
O lehraa
O lehraa
O lehraa aa

Bum
Bum
Hmm hmm
Hoye hoye hoye hoye
Hai
Hai
Hoye
Hoye
Hoye
Hai
Hai
Hoye
Hoye
Burrrrr aahaa
Haaye haaye
Hai hai
Haaye
Haaye

Patangaa aa
Patangaa jal jal jal mar jaaye
Ye deepak jhoom jhoom lehraaye
Patangaa jal jal jal mar jaaye
Ye deepak jhoom jhoom lehraaye ae
Ye deepak lau usi se lagaaye
Patangaa bhed jaan naa paaye
Ye deepak lau usi se lagaaye
Patangaa bhed jaan naa paaye

Man ki agan ko haaye nahin jaanaa aa
Aag se khela ye parwaanaa aa
Man ki agan ko haaye nahin jaanaa aa
Aag se khela ye parwaanaa aa
Man ki lagi hai tan ujiyaaraa
Jalte rehna bhaag hamaaraa
O o o
Ye batiyaan kaun tujhe samjhaaye
Ye batiyaan kaun tujhe samjhaaye

Patangaa jal jal jal mar jaaye
Ye deepak jhoom jhoom lehraaye ae
Ye deepak lau usi se lagaaye
Patangaa bhed jaan naa paaye ae

Kaam hai aasaan hunh
bas mar jaana aa
Kaam hai mushkil
khud ko jalaana aa
Kaam hai aasaan
haan bas mar jaana aa
Kaam hai mushkil
khud ko jalaana aa

Tore milan mein jaan to jaaye
Pyaar ki lekin aan na jaaye
O o o
Hamesha preet ki reet nibhaaye
Hamesha preet ki reet nibhaaye
Ye deepak lau usi se lagaaye
Patangaa bhed jaan naa paaye

Patangaa jal jal jal mar jaaye
Ye deepak jhoom jhoom lehraaye ae

Tera ujaala paaun jahaan par
Pankh pasaare aaun wahaan par
Haaye
Tera ujaala paaun jahaan par
Pankh pasaare aaoon wahaan par
Bhor bhaye tak panth nihaaroon
Tere liye main umr guzaaroon
Ho o o
Mujhe to aur koyi naa bhaaye
Mujhe to aur koyi naa bhaaye

Patangaa jal jal jal mar jaaye
Ye deepak jhoom jhoom lehraaye ae
Ye deepak lau usi se lagaaye
Patangaa bhed jaan naa paaye ae

Patangaa jal jal jal mar jaaye
Ye deepak jhoom jhoom lehraaye ae

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Lyrics in Devnagri Script (provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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ओ लहरिये वाली
ओ मोतियोंवाली
ओ लहरा
ओ लहरा
ओ लहरा आ

बम
बम
हम्म हम्म
होए होए होए होए
है
है
होए
होए
ब्रुर्र्र्रररर आहा
होए
होए
हाय हाय
है है
हाय हाय

पतंगा आ
पतंगा जल जल जल मर जाए
ये दीपक झूम झूम लहराए
पतंगा जल जल जल मर जाए
ये दीपक झूम झूम लहराए ए
ये दीपक लौ उसी से लगाए
पतंगा भेद जान ना पाए
ये दीपक लौ उसी से लगाए
पतंगा भेद जान ना पाए

मन की अगन को हाय नहीं जाना आ
आग से खेला ये परवाना आ
मन की अगन को हाय नहीं जाना आ
आग से खेला ये परवाना आ
मन की लगे है तन उजियारा
जलते रहना भाग हमारा
ओ ओ ओ
ये बतिया कौन तुझे समझाए
ये बतिया कौन तुझे समझाए

पतंगा जल जल जल मर जाए
ये दीपक झूम झूम लहराए ए
ये दीपक लौ उसी से लगाए
पतंगा भेद जान ना पाए ए

काम है आसान हुंह
बस मर जाना आ
काम है मुश्किल
खुद को जलाना आ
काम है आसान बस मर जाना आ
काम है मुश्किल खुद को जलाना आ

तोरे मिलन में जान तो जाए
प्यार की लेकिन आन न जाए
ओ ओ ओ
हमेशा प्रीत की रीत निभाये
हमेशा प्रीत की रीत निभाये
ये दीपक लौ उसी से लगाए
पतंगा भेद जान ना पाए ए

पतंगा जल जल जल मर जाए
ये दीपक झूम झूम लहराए ए

तेरा उजाला पाऊं जहां पर
पंख पसारे आऊँ वहाँ पर
हाए
तेरा उजाला पाऊं जहां पर
पंख पसारे आऊँ वहाँ पर
भोर भये तक पंथ निहारूं
तेरे लिए मैं उम्र गुजारूं
हो ओ ओ
मुझे तो और कोई ना भाए
मुझे तो और कोई ना भाए

पतंगा जल जल जल मर जाए
ये दीपक झूम झूम लहराए ए
ये दीपक लौ उसी से लगाए
पतंगा भेद जान ना पाए ए

पतंगा जल जल जल मर जाए
ये दीपक झूम झूम लहराए ए


This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, 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 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.

Hullo Atulwaasis

I know many followers of this blog are also fans of cricket. I am sure many have their favourite cricket commentators. I will not say Sunil Gavaskar is my favourite commentator but yes, I remember many points that he has made over the years in his commentary. Specially in the period when he had just taken to commentary after his stint as a successful cricketer. This is a point he has made regularly, it can be taken as his advice to young cricketers. He has said and I quote: “always try to reach your milestone run of 50 or 100 with a four or two, never a single.”

He gives an explanation to support this thought “it covers for any short run, or any run which the batsman has scored which has inadvertently been credited to extras.” He further used to advice that in case it was a single that took you to 50 or 100 then it is always good to follow it up with a single or two to cover up for inadvertent wrong markings. It seems this was the advice his coach gave him. It makes sense but must have been true for the age and time when computers had not yet stepped in and replaced manual score cards.

Why did I start my post with the above thoughts? Is today’s post of mine cricket based? No! it is just my first single after my double hundred. I remember I had waited for about six balls oops! 😉 days after my first hundred to write a post or find an occasion to write. But this time around I have found the perfect ball (occasion) to hit a defensive stroke needed for a quick single.

Today our dear Golden Zulfonwali turns a year older. She used to say her name was “Chin Chin Chu” asked us to live life whole heartedly as “Kitty Kelly”. And I hope we have not run out of songs picturised on her considering we have 237 of her songs on the blog already. She must be the only female actor whose songs we have as a separate category on our blog.

Oh yes, I am talking of Helen Khan a.k.a Helen Ann Richardson meaning our very own Helen. She has always had a special place in the hearts of cine-lovers. I have heard people relate how at one time distributors used to force producers and directors to insert a situation so that a dance by Helen could be included in the movie. Also costume designers have related how she used to patiently wait when they used to stitch her various outfits on her body and how she had developed a habit of picking up accessories like hats, feathers, stoles and furs etc on her various trips, things which she later used on her costumes. She has acted in about 700 movies (not sure of the exact number). I have seen her in two Tamil songs too- one with Shivaji Ganesan and other with Rajnikanth in “Billa” (a remake of ‘Don’) where she had the role of Kamini as in the original “Don”

Wishing our darling Helen, a very healthy semi-retired life. I say semi-retired as she makes an appearance on-screen once every few years when she finds roles appropriate to her age. She has danced in a few of them too. Today we have song from the time when she was at her peak. It is a dance where her outfit has fruits stuck in them. Then she has the top of a lampshade for a cap. the song shows her enjoying herself. It is a song where Radha Saluja fantasises that her husband Kiran Kumar is being willingly seduced by Helen in the 1973 film ‘Aaj Ki Tazaa Khabar’. It is sung by Asha Bhonsle, written by Hasrat Jaipuri and music is by Shankar Jaikishan.

Wish you a very Happy Birthday dear Helen.


Song-Khilta hua shabaab hai (Aaj Ki Taaza Khabar)(1973) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics

ha ha haha hahaha
aa jaa

khilta hua shabab hai
aise me kuchh
ha ha haha hahaha

khilta hua shabab hai
aise me kuchh kaho
mausam bhi  lajawaab hai
aise me kuchh kaho
ye hey
ey hey
ye hey
ooooooo
khilta hua shabab hai
aise me kuchh kaho
mausam bhi  lajawaab hai
aise me kuchh kaho

ae
hmmmm
hahaha haha
aankhon mein bhi nasha hai
baahon mein bhi nasha hai
saanson mein bhi nasha hai
aahon me bhi nasha hai
aankhon mein bhi nasha hai
baahon mein bhi nasha hai
saanson mein bhi nasha hai
aahon me bhi nasha hai
ey hey
oo ho
ho ho
nasha hai
sara badan sharaab hai
aise me kuchh kaho
mausam bhi lajawaab hai
aise me kuchh kaho

arre
hmm
ha haha
ye raat naujawaan hai
khoya hua kahaan hai
masti bhara samaan hai
koi na darmiyaan hai
ye raat naujawaan hai
khoya hua kahaan hai
masti bhara samaan hai
koi na darmiyaan hai
re re
ru ru
re re
oooooooo
aur pyaar behisaab hai
aise me kuchh kaho
mausam bhi lajawaab hai
aise me kuchh kaho
hey hey
hey hey
hey hey
hahaha haha

khilta hua shabaab hai
aise me kuchh. . .
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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हा हा हाहा हाहाहा
आ जा

खिलता हुआ शबाब है
ऐसे में कुछ
हा हा हाहा हाहाहा

खिलता हुआ शबाब है
ऐसे में कुछ कहो
मौसम भी लाजवाब है
ऐसे में कुछ कहो
ये हे
ए हे
ये हे
ऊ॰ ॰ ॰
खिलता हुआ शबाब है
ऐसे में कुछ कहो
मौसम भी लाजवाब है
ऐसे में कुछ कहो


हम्मम
हाहाहा हाहा
आँखों में भी नशा है
बाहों में भी नशा है
साँसों में भी नशा है
आहों में भी नशा है
आँखों में भी नशा है
बाहों में भी नशा है
साँसों में भी नशा है
आहों में भी नशा है
ए हे
ओ हो
हो हो
नशा है
सारा बदन शराब है
ऐसे में कुछ कहो
मौसम भी लाजवाब है
ऐसे में कुछ कहो

अरे
हम्मम
हा हाहा
ये रात नौजवान है
खोया हुआ कहाँ है
मस्ती भरा समां है
कोई ना दरमियां
ये रात नौजवान है
खोया हुआ कहाँ है
मस्ती भरा समां है
कोई ना दरमियां
रे रे
रु रु
रे रे
ऊ॰ ॰ ॰
और प्यार बेहिसाब है
ऐसे में कुछ कहो
मौसम भी लाजवाब है
ऐसे में कुछ कहो

हे हे
हे हे
हे हे
हाहाहा हाहा
खिलता हुआ शबाब है
ऐसे में कुछ॰ ॰ ॰


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

After an enforced hiatus of over a month, I am back again with yet another song from the yore.

During this period, I acutely realised how much this Blog, its people, Hindi old films and songs had become a part of my life and I missed all this. When I was younger and ran after my career, the same feeling used to be there. Now of course, there are deadlines,commitments,accountability and work satisfaction, but of different kind. Equally important, nevertheless. I was overwhelmed with the good wishes and prayers for me from friends during this period. God is Great and everything fitted in place finally and I am once again ready to pour my heart here in discussing songs, people and films. Thanks to all.

Today’s song is from a film called Gopinath-48. This film is known to many, only for the original song and tune, used by Raj Kapoor in his film ‘Satyam Shivam Sundaram ‘-78 in the song “Yashomati maiyya se poochhe Nandlala, Radha kyun gori, main kyun kaala “.

But there is much more to this film than only this song.

The film belongs to the Bengali tradition of melodramas. The main Heroine Tripti Mitra has given a remarkable performance. In shifting the tragedy from Devdas type male anxiety for a woman’s condition, the film chronicles how women get caught in the traditional environment. Mahesh Kaul, who wrote the story, screen play and dialogues, besides directing it, picked a delicate subject and handled it skilfully. He also acted in this film in the role of a movie director.

This was Raj Kapoor’s first major appearance on screen, before he became a legend later on. He excelled as an actor here. The film ends with an unusual scene.

When the film was released, it was hailed by critics as a work of art, much ahead of its time. It was creditable for Mahesh Kaul to have made this film, when the Indian Cinema was yet to become an adult. No wonder, the Government of India has preserved a print of Gopinath-48 in its National Film Archives for posterity. The acting of Raj Kapoor confirmed, his greatness would have matched any actor in the world, only if he had not wasted his talent in imitating Chaplin. This is my personal opinion.

There were two Heroines. One was Tripti Mitra, a big name in Bangla films and stage movement. She acted in only 3 Hindi movies. Gopinath-48, Dharati ke Lal-46 and Munna-54. Munna was a sequel to Dharati Ke Lal- both films directed by K.A.Abbas.

Smt. TRIPTI MITRA, née Tripti Bhaduri (Born 25 October 1925 – Died 24 May 1989), popular Indian Actress of Bengali Theatre and Films. She was the wife of Sombhu Mitra, noted Theatre & Film Director, with whom she co-founded pioneering theatre group Bohurupee in 1948. She has acted in films like Jukti Takko Aar Gappo and Dharti Ke Lal.

She was awarded Padma Shri and the Sangeet Natak Akademi Award, the highest Indian recognition given to practicing artists, given by Sangeet Natak Akademi, India’s National Academy for Music, Dance and Drama.

Tripti Mitra was born in Dinajpur (British India) on 25 October 1925. Her father was Ashutosh Bhaduri and mother was Shailabala Debi. In Dinajpur Minor School she studied up to class six, then she came to Kolkata and got admission in Pyaricharan School. After passing Higher Secondary Examination from that school, she got admission in Ashutosh College. But she could not complete her studies since she got a job. She married Sombhu Mitra in December, 1945. She has a daughter Shaoli Mitra, who is also an actress and director.

Tripti Mitra had been acting in theatre since her teens. She first acted in her cousin Bijon Bhattacharya’s play Agun (Fire) in 1943. After watching her stage performance in noted IPTA play, Nabanna (Harvest) based on Bengal famine of 1943, director Khwaja Ahmad Abbas took her to Bombay to act in Gana Natya Sangha’s film Dharti Ke Lal in 1943, partly based on the play. Her first Bengali film was Pathik in 1953, the film was directed by Debaki Kumar Basu. She also acted in Ritwik Ghatak’s last film, Jukti Takko Aar Gappo (1974).

In 1948, Shombhu and Tripti Mitra founded their own theatre group named Bohurupee. She acted in innumerable plays mostly along with her husband Sombhu Mitra,a colossus in the field of theatre, to become one of the most legendary beings of Bengali theatre, most famous for her role as Nandini, the protagonist of Rabindranath Tagore’s Rakta Karabi. She also acted in Jago Hua Savera, a 1959 Urdu movie produced in Dhaka, East Pakistan (now Bangladesh), based on a Manik Bandopadhya’s classic novel Padma Nadir Majhi. Tripti Mitra died on 24 May 1989.

The second Heroine was Latika. In the year 2014, I got in touch with Ms. Sindy Bell, daughter of Latika and a resident of London, U.K. Sindy was kind enough to provide me a brief note on her Biography. Latika had acted only in 13 films from 1944 to 1948.

” Latika was born 13th October, 1924 in Darjeeling. Her Tibetan name was Hungu-Lamou. Her mother was Tibetan. Her father was an Australian who adopted Buddhism, living in India as a race horse trainer for the Maharajas. He died when Latika was still very young leaving her with a newly born brother. As a child, Latika was sent to the Kalimpong girl’s orphanage also called ‘The Homes’ for her education by her mother and new step-father until she was 16. Her mother had four more children, her half-brothers and sisters.

The Homes (one for girls, one for boys) were founded by a Scottish missionary, so as a child, Latika was christened Agnes and this is the name she uses in England. Her mother was Buddhist, her step-father, an Anglo-Indian by the name of Webber, was a Protestant but Buddhism was the prevalent faith among her surrounding family of aunties and uncles in Darjeeling.

Latika’s step-father was an engineer who built bridges and due to his work, when she was a teenager, they moved to Mumbai. It was there that Latika made friends with a neighbour who was a kathak dancer and actress. She was invited to visit the Minerva film studios and was there spotted by the director Sohrab Modi and offered the opportunity to act. This was where she was given the stage name Latika, which she is still called by friends and family in India to this day.

In those days, all the scripts were in Urdu which she read beautifully and also learnt kathak dancing. I’m sure you already know the 12 films Latika acted in from the mid 1940’s to early 1950’s, in particular the film Gopinath with Raj Kapoor (1948), where she played the ‘femme fatale’ and her lovely dance sequence in Jugnu (1947).

Latika had always had a respect and interest in holy writings. It was during this period that she met a Jehovah’s Witness who was able to explain the bible, not as a church book, but as holy writings, it’s answers to the ‘big’ questions we all ask and it’s promised blessings. It satisfied all of Latika’s questions about life, so she became a Jehovah’s Witness.

It was while as an actress she met and eventually became friends with Gope at the studios. To this day, Latika says he was the kindest, most compassionate man she ever met. They married and, at Gope’s request, Latika retired from the film industry.

Latika did introduce Gope to the bible. He would read by himself (or as my mother would say, ‘exclaim in delight!’), passages from it, early mornings on the verandah before work. She said he was particularly taken with the accounts of Jesus and how tenderly he treated people. To her surprise, of his own volition, he too become a Jehovah’s Witness.

Gope had a large house in Juhu which also came to house all Latika’s family. When we saw it, it had became a hotel but I’m not sure what has happened to it now.

Before Gope’s death, they had two sons, Gope Jr, and Lalith. When Gope suddenly and unexpectedly died, when the boys were three and five, mum decided to join her siblings who had earlier migrated to the UK. I came from her second marriage.

Latika is still alive and very well and living in the UK. She is in her 90th year, still beautiful. My niece’s second name is Latika and Gope Jr’s two sons bear the (second) name of Gope also. Latika has a big family with grand-children and great grand-children, all from Gope’s lineage. ”

On 25-9-2012, I had written this review of Gopinath-48, in this Blog–

GOPINATH-1948 was a Shanti lok Chitra film.It was produced and Directed by Mahesh Kaul, who not only wrote its story,screenplay and dialogues,but also acted in it.

The music was by Ninu Muzumdar and lyrics by Ram murthy Chaturvedi.There were 9 songs in the film, including 2 Bhajans of Meerabai and Surdas each.

The cast was Raj Kapoor,Tripti Mitra,Latika,Randhir,Anwari Bai, Sachin Ghosh etc.

This was a story of Gopi (Tripti Mitra), who is an orphan in the house of Mohan (Raj Kapoor). She is abandoned by her only brother. Gopi loves Mohan, but Mohan loves Neela Devi, an actress (Latika).

Gopi is frustrated and is mad,when Mohan returns to her after getting fed up and disillusioned by Neela Devi.

I saw this movie in its IInd run in early 1950s, but I had my notes on this movie.

Although some critics had actually lauded Raj Kapoor’s performance in this film, I felt that Tripti had outclassed RK in this film.

There are in all 9 songs in the film. Today’s song is only the second song to be discussed here. All songs,videos and the film are available on YT. This song is sung by Shamshad Begum and chorus. This dance song is very melodious, with a lilting tune. You will enjoy it….


Song-Baali umar piyaa mor mor mor (Gopinath)(1948) Singer-Shamshad Begam, Lyrics-Rammurty Chaturvedi, MD-Ninu Majumdar
Chorus

Lyrics

baali umar piyaa mor mor mor
jiyaraa naa maane
haay jiyaraa naa maane
o o o
baali umar piyaa mor mor mor
jiyaraa naa maane

haay jiyaraa naa maane
o o o

jabse dekhaa hai tumhen aen aen aen
bas kho gaye hain ham kahin
naa tasalli hai
naa ji ko chain hai ae
ek dam kahin
chhaayi ghataa ghanghor ghor ghor
jiyaraa naa maane

haay jiyaraa naa maane
o o o
baali umar piyaa mor mor mor
jiyaraa naa maane

haay jiyaraa naa maane
o o o

par nahin
ud kar tumhaare paas jo aa jaayen ham
aa jaayen ham
aa jaayen ham

dil samajhtaa hi nahin
kyun kar ise samjhaayen ham
samjhaayen ham
samjhaayen ham

chhoot jaaye gham ke haathon se
jo nikle dam kahin
khaaq aisi zindagi par
tum kahin aur ham kahin
pi pi papihaa kare shor shor shor
jiyaraa naa maane

haay jiyaraa naa maane
o o o
baali umar piyaa mor mor mor
jiyaraa naa maane
haay jiyaraa naa maane

o o o


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