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Atul’s Song A Day- A choice collection of Hindi Film & Non-Film Songs

Archive for the ‘Songs of 1945’ Category


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Blog Day : 3681 Post No. : 14577

“Naseeb”(1945) was directed by Vedi for Silver Films, Bombay. The movie had Pramila, Kumar, David, Krishnkant, Sunetra, Jillo, Nazma, Leela Mishra, Chandabai, Moone Agha, Agha Jaan, Ghori etc in it.

This “social movie”, also called “Can’t help it” had nine obscure songs in it that were penned by three lyricists and the songs were sung by at least four singers.

Three of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fourth song from “Naseeb”(1945) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Khan Mastana and Hamida Bano. Rammurty Chaturvedi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Pt Govindram.

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


Song-Deewaani teri do din ki zindagaani (Naseeb)(1945) Singers-Khan Mastana, Hamida Bano, Lyrics-Rammurty Chaturvedi, MD-Pt Govindram

Lyrics

deewaani teri do din ki zindagaani
deewaani teri do din ki zindagaani
do din ki zindagaani
deewaani teri do din ki zindagaani
deewaani teri do din ki zindagaani
deewaani teri do din ki zindagaani

ghar mein teri maata rowe
baahar sakhi saheli
ghar mein teri maata rowe
baahar sakhi saheli
tu mahlon ki raani bankar
karti hai athhkheli

tu mahlon ki raani bankar
karti hai athhkheli
deewaani teri do din ki zindagaani
deewaani teri do din ki zindagaani

apna hua paraaya tera
hua paraaya apna aa
hua paraaya apna
apna hua paraaya tera
hua paraaya apna aa
hua paraaya apna
bhool gaye bachpan ke saathhi
ho gaye saare sapna

bhool gaye bachpan ke saathhi
ho gaye saare sapna
deewaani teri do din ki zindagaani
deewaani teri do din ki zindagaani

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Blog Day : 3670 Post No. : 14548

“Ban Phool”(1945) was directed by Dhiren Lahiri for P R productions, Calcutta. The movie had Kanan Devi, Krishnkant, Debi Mukherji, Ahin Chaudhary, Roy Mohan, Shyam Laha, Dev Bala, Bijli, Hiralal etc in it.

This movie had nine songs in it. Three songs have een covered in the past.

Here is the fourth song from “Ban Phool”(1945) to appear in the blog.

This song is sung by Kanan Devi. Pt Madhur is the lyricist. Music is composed by Dhiren Mittar.

I have not been able to note down the lyrics to my entire satisfaction. I request our readers with keener ears to blanks/ help fill in the corrections wherever applicable.

With this song, 200 HFM songs from movies released in 1945 have been covered in the blog.


Song-Kali tu hi bata de hawa tu hi bata de(Ban Phool)(1945) Singer-Kanan Devi, Lyrics-Pt Madhur, MD-Dhiren Mittar

Lyrics

kali tu hi bata de
hawa tu hi bata de
chaman mein kaun aaya
kaun gaya aa aa
kali tu hi bata de
hawa tu hi bata de
kaise pyaar ho gaya
kaisi bahaar de gaya aa
kaise pyaar ho gaya
kaise pyaar ho gaya
kaisi bahaar de gaya aa
kali tu hi bata de
hawa tu hi bata de

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

hai pal mein badal gayi duniya
hain badal gayi pichhli kaliyan
aur naach uthhi jeewan ghadiyaan
ab chamak rahi mann phuljhadiyaan

mann phool raha
mann phool raha
mann pyaasa raha
mann doob gaya
mann phool raha
mann phool raha
mann pyaasa raha
mann doob gaya

paayal ki ab sun kar dum
tan man naache chham chham chham
duniya kehti tham tham tham
iqraar kiya to laaj hansi
inkaar kiya to pyaar hansa
iqraar kiya to laaj hansi
inkaar kiya to pyaar hansa


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Blog Day : 3667 Post No. : 14540

“Ban Phool”(1945) was directed by Dhiren Lahiri for P R productions, Calcutta. The movie had Kanan Devi, Krishnkant, Debi Mukherji, Ahin Chaudhary, Roy Mohan, Shyam Laha, Dev Bala, Bijli, Hiralal etc in it.

This movie had nine songs in it. Two of these songs have een covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Ban Phool”(1945) to appear in the blog.

HFGK mentions this song as sung by Kanan Devi and chorus. But listening to this song, it becomes clear that the song is a duet sung by a male voice and Kanan Devi, with the male voice in fact singing bulk of the song. Uploader of the song mentions this sopng as sung by Dhirendra Chandra Mittar and Kanan Devi, where the male voice is the same as the music director. I have gone with that name for the male voice. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song as well as on the identity of the male voice.

Pt Madhur is the lyricist. Music is composed by Dhiren Mittar himself.

I have not been able to note down the lyrics to my entire satisfaction and there are words that I feel need correction. I request our readers with keener ears to suggest corrections in the lyrics wherever applicable.


Song-Ye dil hai tumhen pukaare (Banphool)(1945) Singers-Dhirendra Chandra Mittar, Kanan Devi, Lyrics-Pt Madhur, MD-Dhirendra Chandra Mittar
Both

Lyrics

Ye dil hai tumhen aen aen aen aen pukaare
Ye dil hai tumhen pukaare
Ye dil hai tumhen pukaare
jis din tumse milna hoga
haan chamkenge andhiyaare
chamkenge andhiyaare
chamkenge andhiyaare
chamkenge andhiyaare

aandhi aur toofaan mein
shaayad ham tum honge saath
phoolon ki sundar duniya mein
ham tum karenge baat
phoolon ki sundar duniya mein
ham tum karenge baat
ham tum karenge baat

tumko roz bulaane jaate
tumko roz
tumko roz bulaane jaate ae ae
aashaaon ke taare
aashaaon ke taare
aashaaon ke taare
aashaaon ke taare
Ye dil hai tumhen pukaare
Ye dil hai tumhen pukaare

yahaan nahin to
wahaan milenge
milna hamen zaroor
milna hamen zaroor
nahar kinaare khojoon main ke
paar ho ya door
nahar kinaare khojoon main ke
paas ho ya door
paas ho ya door
jeet hamaari aakhir hogi
jeet hamaari aakhir hogi
chaahe duniya haare
chaahe duniya haare

Ye dil hai tumhen pukaare
Ye dil hai tumhen pukaare


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Blog Day : 3663 Post No. : 14532

“Naghma e Sahra”(1945) aka Song of desert was directed by Bhagwan for Jagriti Pictures, Bombay. This Constume drama movie had Master Vitthal, Khursheed Junior, Bhagwan, amarnath, Bhagwandas, Kavita devi, Shanta Patel, Vasant, Nawaz etc in it.

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

Here is the second song from “Naghma e Sahra”(1945) to appear in the blog. HFGK is silent about the lyricist. The uploader (our own Mr Sadanand Kamath) identifies the singers as Hamida Bano and C Ramchandra, and I agree with this identification.

Ehsan Rizvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by C Ramchandra.

Only the audio of the song is available. assuming that Bhhagwan and Shanta Patel were the lead pair in the movie, it would appear that the song was picturised on them. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Kisi ki yaad kisi ko aayi (Naghma e Sahra)(1945) Singers-Hamida Bano, C Ramchandra, Lyrics-Ehsan Rizvi, MD-C Ramchandra
Both

Lyrics

kisi ki yaad kisi ko aayi
kisi ki yaad kisi ko aayi

mujhko to maaloom nahin
ye ulfat ke afsaane
yaad kisi ki chhalkaaye kyun
aankhon ke paimaane
ye kaisi baat sunaayi ee ee
ye kaisi baat sunaayi ee ee
kisi ki yaad kisi ko aayi
kisi ki yaad kisi ko aayi

kyun dil ka raaj chhupati ho
hmm hmm hmm
jab dil ka chor pakadta hai
duniya to ab jaan gayi
jo do dil ka afsaana hai
teri yaad yahaan tak laayi ee ee
teri yaad yahaan tak laayi ee ee
kisi ki yaad kisi ko aayi
kisi ki yaad kisi ko aayi

jo munh se baat nikalti hai ae ae
wo afsaana ban jaati hai ae
mast nazar chup rah kar bhi ee
apna bhed bataati hai

hai ulfat mein ruswaayi ee ee
hmm hmm
hai ulfat mein ruswaayi ee ee
kisi ki yaad kisi ko aayi
kisi ki yaad kisi ko aayi


This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog.This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day : 3657 Post No. : 14518

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


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

Lyrics

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

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

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

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

topi waale baabu ne dil chheena
dil chheena
dil chheena


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 : 3620 Post No. : 14429

98 years ago, this day, was born this exceptional artist – Hemant Kumar. A singing voice that is remembered and cherished for it depth and softness. His versatility with the lower octaves is a measure of wonder. And a pleasure to listen to the songs sung by him.

I was checking online today for news and articles on the occasion of his birth anniversary. I found some – new and less recent. What amazes me is the shallowness of research effort that people put into such endeavours. All articles talk about the beginning of his career in Hindi films – ‘Jaal’ (1952) and SD Burman’s “Ye Raat Ye Chandni Phir Kahaan” as a singer; and as a music director – “Nagin” (1954). One article, based on an interview with him, at least gets to the correct debut as a music director – ‘Anand Math’ (1952). But as a singer, the complete period of 1945 to 1951 is completely overlooked.

Not too many songs to list for this part of his career, but at least the correct information needs to be investigated and presented. His debut Hindi film as a singer is ‘Iraada’ from 1945. For the next 5 to 6 years, he is on record as having sung 2 to 3 songs per year, before reaching the early 1950s, and getting the popular acknowledgement.

For today’s remembrance, I present this wonderful song from the film ‘Banphool’ of 1945. The lyrics of this song are written by Narendra Nath Tuli and the music composition is by Dhiren Mitra. This song is a kind of ‘naat’ in the honor of the Almighty, telling about his qualities as a benevolent Master, and as an unforgiving Judge who would impartially impart justice for both the good and the bad deeds. The mukhda (title line) of this song is an exhortation to revere Him and to connect with Him in love and submission, for He is the true benefactor.

लगा उस से लौ तू
मददगार है वो

On this Holy day of Eid celebration, I present this song in the honor of the Almighty, who is essentially the Father figure for this entire creation. Praise Be Upon Him.

And wishing a very Happy Eid to all friends and readers.
Aameen.

 

Song – Laga Us Se Lau Tu Madadgaar Hai Wo  (Banphool) (1945) Singer – Hemant Kumar, Lyrics – Narendra Nath Tuli, MD – Dhiren Mitra (Dhirendra Chandra Mitra)

Lyrics

laga us se. . .
lau tu. . .
madadgaar hai. . . wo

laga us se lau tu
madadgaar hai wo
laga us se lau tu
madadgaar hai wo
laga us se lau tu
tu ban uska banda
ke ghamkhaar hai wo
laga us se lau tu
tu ban uska banda
ke ghamkhaar hai wo
laga us se lau tu

sitamgaar jis par na ye zulm dhaaye
jo sakhti ke aage na sar ko jhukaaye
sitamgaar jis par na ye zulm dhaaye
jo sakhti ke aage na sar ko jhukaaye
nadaar ho kar bhi khudgaar hai jo
nadaar ho kar bhi khudgaar hai jo
tu banda hai uska talabgaar hai wo
laga us se lau tu

haan. . aan
ghani aur muflis pe. . .
waa ik nazar hai. . .
keeneh ki badi ke ey. . .
mutaabiq ajar hai
wo samjhega us se gunehgaar hai jo
wo samjhega us se gunehgaar hai jo
badal uske khoo hai ki
jabbaar hai wo
laga us se lau tu
madadgaar hai wo
laga us se lau tu

laga us se. . .
lau tu. . .
madadgaar hai. . . wo

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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लगा उस से ॰ ॰ ॰
लौ तू ॰ ॰ ॰
मददगार है ॰ ॰ ॰ वो

लगा उस से लौ तू
मददगार है वो
लगा उस से लौ तू
मददगार है वो
लगा उस से लौ तू
तू बन उसका बंदा
के ग़मखार है वो
लगा उस से लौ तू
तू बन उसका बंदा
के ग़मखार है वो
लगा उस से लौ तू

सितमगार जिस पर ना ये ज़ुल्म ढाये
जो सख्ती के आगे ना सर को झुकाये
सितमगार जिस पर ना ये ज़ुल्म ढाये
जो सख्ती के आगे ना सर को झुकाये
नादार हो कर भी खुदगार है जो
नादार हो कर भी खुदगार है जो
तू बंदा है उसका तलबगार है वो
लगा उस से लौ तू

हाँ॰॰आँ
ग़नी और मुफलिस पे ॰ ॰ ॰
वा इक नज़र है ॰ ॰ ॰
कीन्हे की बदी के ए॰ ॰ ॰
मुताबिक अजर है
वो समझेगा उस से गुनहगार है जो
वो समझेगा उस से गुनहगार है जो
बदल उस के खू है की
जब्बार है वो
लगा उस से लौ तू
मददगार है वो
लगा उस से लौ तू

लगा उस से ॰ ॰ ॰
लौ तू ॰ ॰ ॰
मददगार है ॰ ॰ ॰ वो


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Blog Day : 3605 Post No. : 14386

“Raaj Laxmi”(1945) was Premendra Mitra for M P Productions, Calcutta. The movie had Kanan Devi, Chhabi Vishwas, Natwar, Jahar, Poornima, Tandon, Ifthikhar Ahmad, Rai Mohan, Puri, Talat Mehmood etc.

The movie had seven songs in it. HFGK mentions eight songs but the eighth song is a private song.

One song from the movie has been covered in the past. Here is the second song from the movie to appear in the blog.

This song is sung by Kanan Devi. Suresh Chaudhary is the lyricist. The movie had two music directors, but the distribution of songs among them is not known.

Only the audio of the song is available. It is clear that the song was picturised on Kanan Devi herself.

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-Main sharmaayi kyun sharmaayi (Raaj Laxmi)(1945) Singer-Kanan Devi, Lyrics-Suresh Chaudhary, MD-Robin Chatterji, Dhiren Ghosh

Lyrics

Main sharmaayi
kyun sharmaayi
Main sharmaayi
kyun sharmaayi
jab paas thhe wo
main door rahi
kyon door rahi

ab chale gaye ae ae
man le ke gaye
o man le ke gaye
main pachhtaayee
kyun door rahi
Main sharmaayi
kyun sharmaayi

haan aan aan
ruki ghaat par
jab thhi naiyya
mujhe bulaaye ae
na wo khewaiyya
haan aan aan aan aan
wo chale gaye
main kyun na gayi
kyun door rahi

ujad gayi aasha ki bagiya
chhaayi ab sapnon pe duniya(?) aa aa
ujad gayi aasha ki bagiya
chhaayi ab sapnon pe duniya(?)
guzre dinon ki saari kahaani
guzre dinon ki saari kahaani
aansuon mein doob gayi
main door rahi
main sharmaayi
kyun sharmaayi


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Blog Day : 3605 Post No. : 14385

“Zid”(1945) was directed by H S Rawail for Bharat Laxmi Pictures. The movie had Ramola, Hiralal, Sundar, Zahoor Shah , Manorama, Ramesh Sinha etc in it.

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

Here is the second song from this movie to appear in the blog. Singer is not named in HFGK but the uploader mentions Radharani as the singer. This movie had two lyricists in it, viz G A Chishti and S S Madhukar. S S Madhukar is the lyricist according to the uploader. Music is composed by G A Chishti.

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


Song-Kyun khila phool agar phool ko murjhaana thha (Zid)(1945) Singer-Radharani, Lyrics-Shanti Swaroop Madhukar, MD-G A Chishti

Lyrics

Kyun khila phool agar phool ko murjhaana thha
Kyun khila phool agar phool ko murjhaana thha
chaand kyun chamka agar chaand ko chhup jaana thha
chaand kyun chamka agar chaand ko chhup jaana thha
Kyun khila phool agar phool ko murjhaana thha

raat bhar jalti rahi
phir bhi na armaan nikle
ae ae ae
raat bhar jalti rahi
phir bhi na armaan nikle
ae
kyun jali shama agar shama ko bujh jaana thha
kyun jali shama agar shama ko bujh jaana thha
kyun khila phool agar phool ko murjhaana thha

is’se behtar to yahi thha
ke kazaa aa jaati
is’se behtar to yahi thha aa aa
ke kazaa aa aa aa jaati
tumko ae jaane jahaan
aa ke agar jaana thha
tumko ae jaane jahaan
aa ke agar jaana thha
Kyun khila phool agar phool ko murjhaana thha
Kyun khila phool agar phool ko murjhaana thha


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Blog Day : 3598 Post No. : 14360

“Ek Din Ka Sultaan”(1945) was directed by Sohrab Modi for Minerva Movietone, Bombay. The movie had Mehtab, Wasti, Sadiq Ali, Ghulam Mohammad (actor), A Shah, Shantarin, Pratima Devi, Ghori, Ghulam Hussain, Jillani, Ameer Bano etc in it.

The movie had nine songs in it that were composed by three music directors.

Two songs from the movie have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Ek Din Ka Sultaan”(1945) to appear in the blog. HFGK mentions Amirbai Karnbataki as the singer though I have my doubts. Perhaps it is the audio quality, but the voice sounds different to me. I request our knowledgeable readers ato throw light on the identity of the voice as well as the actors seen in the picturisation.

Wali Sahab is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shanki Kumar.


Song-Unse jo saaheb salaamat ho gayi (Ek Din Ka Sultaan)(1945) Singer-Amirbai Karnataki, Lyrics-Wali Sahab, MD-Shanti Kumar

Lyrics

unse jo aa ha aa
aa ha ha ha ha ha ha haa
unse jo saaheb salaamat ho gayi
unse jo saaheb salaamat ho gayi
ho gayi unse mohabbat ho gayi
ho gayi unse mohabbat ho gayi
unse jo saaheb salaamat ho gayi

jabse har zarre mein wo
jabse har zarre mein wo dikhne lage
jabse har zarre mein wo dikhne lage
humko bhi
haan hamko bhi sijdon ki aadat ho gayi
hamko bhi sijdon ki aadat ho gayi
unse jo saaheb saalamat ho gayi

ban gaya hai aaj kal har saans geet
ban gaya hai aaj kal har saans geet
ab to chup
ab to chup rehna museebat ho gayi
ab to chup rehna museebat ho gayi
unse jo saaheb salaamat ho gayi

aankh lag kar lag saki na raat bhar
aankh lag kar lag saki na raat bhar
aankh lagna ik qayaamat ho gayi
aankh lagna ik qayaamat ho gayi
unse jo saaheb salaamat ho gayi

shamma se kehti hai parwaane ki khaaq
shamma se kehti hai parwaane ki khaaq
aag lag jaane se thhandak ho gayi
aag lag jaane se thhandak ho gayi
unse jo saaheb salaamat ho gayi
unse jo aa ha ha ha
aa ha ha ha ha ha ha


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Blog Day : 3467 Post No. : 13914

“Kaise Kahoon”(1945) was directed by Moti B Gidwani for Pancholi Art Pictures, Lahore. The movie had Raagini, Jageerdaar, Akhtar, Najam, G N Butt, Durga Mota etc in it.

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

Here is the second song from “Kaise Kahoon”(1945) to appear in the blog.

HFGK is silent about the singer of the movie. The uploader of the song (our own Mr Sadanand Kamath) mentions Zeenat Begam as the singer.

Qamar Jalalabadi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Pt Amarnath.

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


Song-Toote huye do dil tere darbaar mein aaye (Kaise Kahoon)(1945) Singer-Zeenat Begam, Lyrics-Qamar Jalalabadi, MD-Pt Amarnath

Lyrics

toote huye do dil
toote huye do dil
tere darbaar mein aaye
bhagwaan
bhagwaan inhen kaun milaaye
ae ae
kaun milaaye
toote huye do dil
tere darbaar mein aaye
bhagwaan
bhagwaan inhen kaun milaaye
ae ae
kaun milaaye
toote huye do dil

ek baag ke do phoolon ko
toofaan ne ghera
aakaash ke do taaron pe
chhaaya hai andhera
ek baag ke do phoolon ko
toofaan ne ghera
aakaash ke do taaron pe
chhaaya hai andhera
ab raah inhen
ab raah inhen kaun dikhaaye ae ae
toote huye do dil
toote huye do dil
tere darbaar mein aaye
bhagwaan
bhagwaan inhen kaun milaaye
ae ae
kaun milaaye
toote huye do dil

do phool jo hanste thhe
wo ab rone lage hain
do phool jo hanste thhe
wo ab rone lage hain
do haath mile
milke juda hone lage hain
do haath mile
milke juda hone lage hain
bhagwaan inhen
bhagwaan inhen kaun milaaye ae ae
toote huye do dil
toote huye do dil
tere darbaar mein aaye
bhagwaan
bhagwaan inhen kaun milaaye
ae ae
kaun milaaye
toote huye do dil

in aankhon mein kal pyaar thha
aaj hai paani
patthar ka bhi dil mom hua
sun ke kahaani
jin aankhon mein kal pyaar thha
aaj hai paani
patthar ka bhi dil mom hua
sun ke kahaani
bhagwaan tujhe
bhagwaan tujhe raham na aaye
toote huye do dil
toote huye do dil
tere darbaar mein aaye
bhagwaan
bhagwaan inhen kaun milaaye


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