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

Blog Day : 3565 Post No. : 14291

kuchh yaad rahe to sun kar jaa. . .

The nectar tinged fragrance of this voice suffuses through the strings of the heart through so many wonderful renderings. The mind is left amazed by the effortless expressions of the emotions covering the full spectrum of human experience. “Loot Liyo Mann Dheer. . .” is probably the only exclamation that the mind responds with, as it passed through the shower of her musical portrayals.

Kanan Devi – the doyen, the first lady of cinema in Bengal. We remember and honour her today (22nd April), on the anniversary of her birth. During her heydays in the 1930s and 40s, her popularity was so celebrated, that in those years, security had to be arranged when she moved about in public.

She was born this day in 1916, at Howrah. As per her own account, it was a very un-remarkable beginning to a tiny life, in the hands of a couple whom she knew only as her adoptive parents. Her foster father passed away quite early. She and her mother went through some difficult years, and the young Kanan Bala was not able to complete any form of formal school education.

In 1926, a family well wisher, introduced her to the management at Madon Theatres, Calcutta. Kanan was a child of 10 years. She worked in silent films and even did the male lead roles in ‘Vishnu Maya’ and ‘Prahlad’ (both in 1932). Transition from silent films to talkie films was very smooth for her. She had a good command over the spoken word and a remarkable singing talent – it only needed guidance and direction from teachers like Allah Rakha, Anaadi Dastidar, Bhishmdev Chatterjee, and yes, RC Boral.

From Madon, she moved to Radha Films in 1933. She was growing up into a beautiful and sophisticated young woman. In 1937 she transitioned to New Theatres. A regret she carried always – in 1934-35 she was offered a role in New Theatre’s ‘Devdas’ (1935), but could not accept as she was bound by her contract with Radha Films. She worked with New Theatres till 1941, and then moved to MP Productions in 1942.

After her formative years at Madon and Radha Films, her years at New Theatres and MP Productions are the most dazzling years of her career. In both organizations, her films became hugely popular hits, film after film, year after year. The music and the songs of these films made her the first lady singing superstar of Indian cinema. Her last Hindi film was ‘Chandrashekhar’ in 1948, opposite to Ashok Kumar. After this, she turned a producer in 1949, and set up her own company – Shrimati Pictures.

The song being presented today is a such lovely gem from the 1947 film ‘Faisla’. It is a duet sung in accompaniment with Aparesh Lahiri. Music is by Anupam Ghatak; the lyricist’s name is not available. Listening to this wonderful melody, brings to mind another similar song from a decade and a half later. I refer to the Talat-Lata duet from ‘Chhaaya’ (1961) – “Itna Na Mujh Se Tu Pyaar Badha, Ke Main Ik Baadal Awaara”. Although quite different songs, the mind is taken by the similarity in the theme of the song, as the gentleman professes a spirit of freedom, unencumbered by the matters of the heart, and whereas the lady expresses her desire to be together.

As the song begins, the voice of Kanan Devi flows in, giving an expression to the free spirit of the heart – a spirit like a bird that is unaware of the amorous emotions of love. Such a pleasure to listen to this voice.

Song – Khuli Hawa Mein Udne Waala Panchhi Preet Na Jaane  (Faisla) (1947) Singer – Kanan Devi, Aparesh Lahiri, Lyrics – Pran, MD – Anupam Ghatak
Both

Lyrics

khuli hawa mein udne waala
panchhi preet na jaane
haan haan
panchhi preet na jaane
khuli hawa mein udne waala
panchhi preet na jaane
haan haan
panchhi preet na jaane

kyun
wo bhanwara..aa..aa
wo bhanwara..aa ye bhi na jaane
kaliyan
kaliyan kyun muskaati
dard bhare
harne ko ye jhoom
daalon par hai gaati
koyal
daalon par hai gaati

aaa aaa aaa aaa aaa
duniya
is duniya se nyaari
khud hi chala basaane
duniya
is duniya se nyaari
khud hi chala basaane
apni dhun ka raahi kaise ho
prem dagar pehchaane
ho oo oo oo
prem dagar pehchaane
khuli hawa mein udne waala
panchhi preet na jaane
haan haan
panchhi preet na jaane

kyun udne ki aadat koi
panchhi se chhudwaaye
kyun udne ki aadat koi
panchhi se chhudwaaye
baithi hai duniya
unke raste mein jaal bichhaaye
bhola panchhi
ye na jaane
bhola panchhi
ye na jaane
aaj mujhe bandhan mein apne
kyun deti ghutaane
aaj mujhe bandhan mein apne
kyun deti ghutaane
bhola panchhi
ye na jaane
bhola panchhi
ye na jaane

khuli hawa mein udne waala
panchhi preet na jaane
haan haan
panchhi preet na jaane

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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खुली हवा में उड़ने वाला
पंछी प्रीत ना जाने
हाँ हाँ
पंछी प्रीत ना जाने
खुली हवा में उड़ने वाला
पंछी प्रीत ना जाने
हाँ हाँ
पंछी प्रीत ना जाने

क्यों
वो भँवरा॰॰आ॰॰आ
वो भँवरा॰॰आ ये भी ना जाने
कलियाँ
कलियाँ क्यों मुसकाती
दर्द भरे
हरने को ये झूम
डालों पर है गाती
कोयल
डालों पर है गाती

आ आ आ आ आ
दुनिया
इस दुनिया से न्यारी
खुद ही चला बसाने
दुनिया
इस दुनिया से न्यारी
खुद ही चला बसाने
अपनी धुन का राही कैसे हो
प्रेम डगर पहचाने
हो ओ ओ ओ
प्रेम डगर पहचाने
खुली हवा में उड़ने वाला
पंछी प्रीत ना जाने
हाँ हाँ
पंछी प्रीत ना जाने

क्यों उड़ने की आदत कोई
पंछी से छुड़वाये
क्यों उड़ने की आदत कोई
पंछी से छुड़वाये
बैठी है दुनिया
उनके रस्ते में जाल बिछाए
भोला पंछी
ये ना जाने
भोला पंछी
ये ना जाने
आज मुझे बंधन में अपने
क्यों देती घुटाने
आज मुझे बंधन में अपने
क्यों देती घुटाने
भोला पंछी
ये ना जाने
भोला पंछी
ये ना जाने

खुली हवा में उड़ने वाला
पंछी प्रीत ना जाने
हाँ हाँ
पंछी प्रीत ना जाने

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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 : 3548 Post No. : 14236

Today’s song is from a film called Ahinsa-1947. The film makes its Debut on the Blog. The song is sung by Chitalkar, an unknown female voice and Chorus. Written by G S Nepali, it is composed by C Ramchandra.

1947 was a very momentous and memorable year in the annals of Hindi film Industry.Many talented actors, directors,singers, composers, lyricists, writers and technicians left India, opting to migrate to Pakistan. The year 1947 actually started with a bad Omen. K L Saigal died on 18th January 1947. The country was on the threshold of Partition and Independence for two countries. The film industry, which was a true Secular industry, started harbouring doubts about each other.

Muslim artists who decided to migrate, started completing their assignments hurriedly. Suddenly, the film industry became extremely busy, resulting in churning out 181 Hindi films in just one year.This was a record in itself. It took another 40 odd years to break this record.187 films were made in 1985.

A void was created suddenly, when scores of film artistes from various disciplines migrated en masse to Pakistan.Most left in 1947,few more left within next 5 to 10 years and still some more,like actor Kumar left in the early 60s. By 1965, the entire process was almost complete, with few exceptions. Though the list is very long, some names who left India are, M.Ismail, Rafiq Gaznavi, Ghulam Mohd. actor, Zahur Shah, Zahur raja, Mukhtar Begum, Charlie, Nazir Ahmed, Ghulam haider, Najmul Hasan, Noorjehan, S M Yousuf, G A Chisti, Firoz Nizami, Ajmal, Khurshid Anwar, Saadat manto, Najam Naqvi, Ragini, W Z Ahmed, Swarnalata, Nashaad, Premlata,Shaukat Rizvi, Himalaywala, Rasheed Atre, meena Shorey, Asha Posley, Renuka devi, Nissar Bazmi, Sudhir, Santosh etc etc……..

In 1947, so many films were made, but since many were completed in a hurry, a large chunk of films failed miserably. Only a handful films were good and successful. In fact these films were so good that their music and songs actually heralded the beginning of “The Golden Period”. Films like Jugnu, Do Bhai, Dard, Mirza Sahiban, Shehnai, Elaan, Sindoor, Meera, Parwana, Saajan, Aapki sewa mein, Bela, Do dil and many more gave excellent and long lasting songs.

Some landmarks too took place. Lata’s first playback song, Usha Kiran’s debut in film Lalat, in her real name-Usha Marathe, Extra ordinary film Elaan, which was much ahead of its time and a very bold film on Muslim society weaknesses, Madhubala’s debut, debut of Uma Devi, Debut of Manhar Desai(Malcom D’souza), Last film of Saigal-Parwana, Last film of Noorjehan-Mirza Sahiban, First Simhali film ‘Broken promises’ made in Bombay, First studio-Uday in Kerala and the rise of C Ramchandra as a strong competitor to Naushad, were some important events of 1947.

C Ramchandra left Jayant Desai’s job in 1945. Then he was working on a film called ” Ahinsa”, which was delayed, censored in 1947 and released only in 1948.

The story was based on 1942 Quit India movement, but since it was delayed, lot of changes in story and songs took place. That was a period when Gandhi ji was on Top. He was the epitome of Ahinsa (Non violence), though the Partition took place with his consent only. So, to cash on the Gandhi wave, the film title must have been kept Ahinsa. I have not seen the film, but Baburao Patel’s Film India does not speak good about the film. Actually, this film was a resounding flop.

The gist of the film story is, Santosh- an upholder of Ahinsa, saves a British soldies from getting killed with an axe, by some terrorists. In the melee that ensues, the culprits run away and Santosh is caught with axe in his hands. Luckily, the soldier testifies in his favour and he is saved. This was a Debut film for the actor Santosh Kumar, the production house, Kashmir films and its Director Rajaram.

The real name of Santosh Kumar was Syed Moosa Abbas Raza. He was born on 25-12-1925 at Lahore. He hailed from a noble family of U.P. he graduated from Osmania University of Hyderabad Deccan, he also passed the ICS exam with flying colours. He was a tall and very handsome young man with command over English and Urdu.

His first film was ‘Ahinsa’-47 and second film was ‘ Meri kahani-48’. Then he migrated to Pakistan. He was one of the most successful actors of Pakistani films.He was the Hero of film ‘ Do Aansoo’-50, the first film in Pakistan to celebrate Silver Jubilee. He won the first Nigar Award too.

After working in more than 100 films, he diversified and became a Director in an American food company. He had also led many film industry delegations abroad. he was truly a Superstar. His second wife was actress Sabiha Khanum. His all family was in films. he died on 11-6-1982, just a few days before his son’s marriage. It was often said in Pakistan that if he had opted to remain in India, he would have overtaken Dilip kumar !

Navin Yagnik ( from U.P.), who also wrote the film story, did the role of the terrorist, Ramayan Tiwari was the Boss of the gang. The film was directed by Rajaram-his first film as a director. later he directed 3 more films,namely, Madadgaar-47, Dhoom dham-49 and Dilbar-51.

Film Ahinsa was released at Novelty Theatre Bombay on 20-2-1948, just about 3 weeks after Gandhi’s death. may be the timing was wrong, as there were many riots all over India during this period. Today’s song seems to be a marching song. the music and tune of the song is very good. I liked it. The songs of film Ahinsa were not available so far. They have been uploaded on You Tube only on 16th March 2018, about 20 days ago.h


Song-Azaad hain hum aaj se (Ahinsa)(1947) Singers- Unknown female voice, Chitalkar, Lyricist- Gopal Singh Nepali, MD- C Ramchandra
Male chorus
Female chorus
Both
Both +chorus

Lyrics

Azaad hain hum aaj se
jailon ke taale tod do
ab jaao apne desh ko
angrezon bharat chhod do
bharat chhod do
bharat chhod do

?? phusla ke chhen li
tumne ?? shamsheer
kaanoon padhkar pyaar se
phir pahna di zanjeer
do sau baras se bhar gaya thha
paapon ka ghada phod do
ab jaao apne desh ko
angrezon bharat chhod do
bharat chhod do
bharat chhod do
Azaad hain hum aaj se
jailon ke taale tod do
ab jaao apne desh ko
angrezon bharat chhod do
bharat chhod do
bharat chhod do

maara hai deshbhakton ko tumne
goli se bhoon ke
jaallianwaala bagh mein
hain daagh ab bhi khoon ke
jaallianwaala bagh mein
hain daagh ab bhi khoon ke
saari duniya dhikkaar ki
ab to apna munh mod lo
ab jaao apne desh ko
angrezon bharat chhod do
bharat chhod do
bharat chhod do

Azaad hain hum aaj se
jailon ke taale tod do
ab jaao apne desh ko
angrezon bharat chhod do
bharat chhod do
bharat chhod do

le kar mazhab ka maamla
tumne jhagda badha diya
le kar mazhab ka maamla
tumne jhagda badha diya

Hindu aur musalmaanon ko
aapas mein lada diya
Hindu aur musalmaanon ko
aapas mein lada diya
ham lad maren ya kuchh karen
tum ghar hamaara chhod do
ham lad maren ya kuchh karen
tum ghar hamaara chhod do
ab jaao apne desh ko
angrezon bharat chhod do

bharat chhod do
bharat chhod do
Azaad hain hum aaj se
jailon ke taale tod do
ab jaao apne desh ko
angrezon bharat chhod do
bharat chhod do
bharat chhod do


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Blog Day : 3515 Post No. : 14117

“Daulat Ke Liye”(1947) was directed by A Rashid for Aalam Art Productions, Bombay. This stunt movie had Dilaawar, Mumtaz, Sayani, Feroza, Sheikh, Aalam, Maqbool, Premnath etc in it.

According to HFGK, the movie had at least seven songs, may be more. HFGK provides details (singers name) of seven songs.

Here is the first song from “Daulat Ke Liye”(1947) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Leela Warsi. A K Prem is the music director. Lyricist is not known.

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

With this song, “Daulat Ke Liye”(1947) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Tod liya ek phool chameli (Daulat Ke Liye)(1947) Singer-Leela Warsi, MD-A K Prem

Lyrics

Tod liya
Tod liya ek phool chameli
kaali koyal bolat hai ae
kaali koyal bolat hai ae
Tod liya
Tod liya ek phool chameli
kaali koyal bolat hai ae
kaali koyal bolat hai ae

hans rahi hai aashaaon ki kaliyaan
hans rahi hai aashaaon ki kaliyaan
rut suhaani aayi hai ae
rut suhaani aayi hai ae
hil mil sakhiyaan jhoola jhoolen
hil mil sakhiyaan jhoola jhoolen
man mein masti chhaayi hai ae
man mein masti chhaayi hai ae
Tod liya
Tod liya ek phool chameli
kaali koyal bolat hai ae
kaali koyal bolat hai ae

man ki umangon mein aag lagaane
man ki umangon mein aag lagaane
kaari badariya aayi hai
kaari badariya aayi hai
bulbul chahke daali daali
bulbul chahke daali daali
har su jawaani chhaayi hai ae
har su jawaani chhaayi hai ae
Tod liya
Tod liya ek phool chameli
kaali koyal bolat hai ae
kaali koyal bolat hai ae
tod liya


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Blog Day : 3503 Post No. : 14073

“Atom Bomb”(1947) was a stunt movie which was directed by Homi Wadia for Basant Pictures, Bombay. This movie had John Cawas, Sona Chatterji, Dalpat, Sikandar, azeez, Vasant Pawar, Radha, Vijaya etc in it.

This extremely obscure movie had seven songs in it that were equally obscure.

Here is the first song from “Atom Bomb”(1947) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by a female singer. HFGK is silent about the identity of the singers of the songs. I C Kapoor is the lyricist. Music is composed by A Karim.

I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the singer and the picturisation of this song.

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

With this song, “Atom Bomb”(1947) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Dard apna chhupa ke dekhenge(Atom Bomb)(1947) Singer-Unknown Female voice, Lyrics-I C Kapoor, MD-A Karim

Lyrics

Dard apna
Dard apna
chhupa ke dekhenge
Dard apna
chhupa ke dekhenge
kuchh na kuchh aur(?)
dikha ke dekhenge
kuchh na kuchh aur(?)
dikha ke dekhenge
Dard apna
chhupa ke dekhenge
dil ko shaayad
qaraar aa jaaye
dil ko shaayad
qaraar aa jaaye
aaj aansoo baha ke dekhenge
aaj aansoo baha ke dekhenge
Dard apna
chhupa ke dekhenge

dekh ??
usi ki yaadon ko o o o
apne dil se bhhula ke dekhenge
apne dil se bhhula ke dekhenge
Dard apna
chhupa ke dekhenge

??
?? kahaan dekhen
??
?? kahaan dekhen
aaj ham muskuraa ke dekhenge
aaj ham muskuraa ke dekhenge
Dard apna
chhupa ke dekhenge


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Blog Day : 3489 Post No. : 14014

“Rasta”(1947) was directed by Har Prasad for Fazli Brothers, Bombay. This obscure “social” movie had a starcast of Mayadevi, Abdul Latif, Shahida, Ameena, Razi, Zaki, Wazir Mohammad Khan, Anwar, Anwari, Ismat sultana, Abbas, Sharbat Ali etc. Most of these names ring no bells.

According to HFGK, there are six songs in the movie. Singers of these songs are not mentioned.

Song number 1 and 6 of the movie have the same mukhda viz “Nayi bahaaren aayin” which suggests that they could be two parts of the same song, though their record numbers differ.

This song is available in public domain for last few years. Listening to this song, one is pleasantly surprised to discover that the song is sung by Geeta Dutt and it happens to be one of her earliest songs.

The movie had two lyricists, viz. Raziuddin and Arsh Haideri, but the breakup of the songs between them is not known.

Music is composed by Zafar Khursheed.

So here is this song from “Rasta”(1947). It is the first song from this movie to appear in the blog.

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

With this song, “Rasta”(1947) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Nayi bahaaren aayin tum hi na aaye (Rasta)(1947) Singer-Geeta Dutt, MD- Zafar Khursheed

Lyrics

o o o
o o o
o o o
o o
nayi bahaaren aayin
hahahaha
nayi bahaaren aayin
tumhi na aaye
dil ki lagi tadpaaye
nayi bahaaren aayin
aa ha ha ha ha
nayi bahaaren aayin
tumhi na aaye
dil ki lagi tadpaaye

chham chham ke aayen
honthon pe aahen
chham chham chham
chham chham ke aayen
honthon pe aahen
do dil milen
aur mil kar na chhooten
do dil milen
aur milkar na chhooten
ulfat badal na jaaye ae ae
ulfat badal na jaaye ae ae
nayi bahaare aayin
aa ha ha ha ha
nayi bahaare aayin
tumhi na aaye
dil ki lagi tadpaaye

khil khil
khil khil ke kaliyaan baagon mein gaayen
baagon mein gaayen ae ae ae ae
khil khil
khil khil ke kaliyaan baagon mein gaayen
baagon mein gaayen ae ae ae ae
guzre huye din phir yaad aayen
guzre huye din phir yaad aayen
koi unhen bulaaye ae ae
koi unhen bulaaye ae ae
nayi bahaaren aayin
aa ha ha ha ha
nai bahaare aayin
tumhi na aaye
dil ki lagi tadpaaye
nayi bahaare aayin
aa ha ha ha ha
nai bahaare aayin
tumhi na aaye
dil ki lagi tadpaaye


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“Ek Kadam”(1947) was directed by Ramnik Desai for Sunrich Productions, Bombay. This “social”movie had Damyanti Sahni, Ansari, Raj Kachlu, Gayatri, Baburao etc in it. Neither the movie nor the actors ring any bells. That is how obscure this movie is.

Even the number of songs in this movie are not known. HFGK lists six songs and leaves blanks indicating that the movie had other songs as well whose details are not known.

Here is the first song from “Ek Kadam”(1947) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Shamshad Begam. Avtar Vishaarad is the lyricist. Music is composed by Prakash Nath Sharma.

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.

With this song, “Ek Kadam”(1947) makes its debut in the blog. The lyricist and Music director too mark their debuts in the blog with this song.


Song-Panchhi bhool gaya wo gaana (Ek Kadam)(1947) Singer-Shamshad Begam, Lyrics-Avtar Vishaarad, MD-Prakash Nath Sharma

Lyrics

panchchi ee bhool gaya aa
wo gaaanaa

panchchi ee bhool gaya wo gaana
panchchi ee bhool gaya wo gaana
bhool gaya aazaad hawaaye
bhool gaya madmast fizaayen
bhool gaya aazaad hawaayen
bhool gaya madmast fizaayen
apni hi uljhan mein uljha hai
apni hi uljhan mein uljha
ab bhoola pankh chalaana
panchchi ee bhool gaya wo gaana

nabh ko chhoone waala panchchi
aaj hua pinjre ka bandi
nabh ko chhoone waala panchchi
aaj hua pinjre ka bandi
hansti aankhon ne seekha ab aansu bhar bhar laana
panchchi ee bhool gaya wo gaana

soch soch kar pichhle sapne
soch soch kar pichhle sapne
poore kar dega din apne
poore kar dega din apne
apne hi armaanon se haara
apne hi armaanon se haara
bhoolaa pankh chalaana
panchchi ee bhool gaya wo gaana
panchchi ee bhool gaya wo gaana


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“Bela” (1947) was directed by Chaturbhuj Doshi for Ranjit Movietone, Bombay. The story, screenplay, dialogues and Lyrics of this movie were by D N Madhok. The movie had P Jairaj, Nigar Sultana, Shrinath Tripathi, Pt.Iqbal, Krisnakumari, Master Mehmood, Rekha, Usha, B.R.Sharma etc. in it.

The movie had ten songs in it. Seven of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the eighth song from the movie. This song is sung by Zohrabai Ambalewaali. D N Madhok is the lyricist. Music is composed by Bulo C Rani.

Only the audio of the song is available. Seeing that Zohrabai Ambalewaali sang most female playback songs in the movie, my guess is that she sang for the leading lady and so this song is picturised on the leading lady viz Nigar Sultana.


Song-Pardesi piya re ho ab mose na guzre rain(Bela)(1947) Singer-Zohrabai Ambalewaali, Lyrics-D N Madhok, MD-Bulo C Rani

Lyrics

pardesi piya re
ho ab mose na guzre rain
pardesi piya re
ho ab mose na guzre rain
jiya bada bechain
ho ab mose na guzre rain
jiya bada bechain
ho ab mose na guzre rain

sardi guzaar li garmi guzaar li
beete naa saawan ki raat
sardi guzaar li garmi guzaar li
beete naa saawan ki raat
wo kaali kaali badli mohe chhed gayi
wo kaali kaali badli mohe chhed gayi
kaa se kahoon jee ki baat
more barsan laage donon nain
more barsan laage donon nain
pardesi piya re
ho ab mose na guzre rain

thhandi hawa bhi hai ae
barsaat ka maza bhi hai
thhandi hawa bhi hai ae
barsaat ka maza bhi hai
aur bijli bhi chamke hai kahin kahin
aur bijli bhi chamke hai kahin kahin
par mere dukh bhare dil se poochhe koi
par mere dukh bhare dil se poochhe koi
tu nahin to kuchh bhi nahin een
mere bas mein ho chura loon tora chain
mere bas mein ho chura loon tora chain
pardesi piya re
ho ab mose na guzre rain


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“Veeraangna”(1947) was directed by Nandlal Jaswantlal for Laxmi Productions, Bombay. This “historical” movie had Shobhana Samarth, Prem Adib, Jeewan, Prabha, Badri Prasad, Sankatha Prasad, Shanta Patel, Kanta etc in it.

There were eight songs in the movie according to HFGK, but the details of the singers of these songs are not available.

Here is the first song from “Veeraangna”(1947) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Amirbai Karnataki. Pradeep (writing under the name of Miss Kamal) is the lyricist. Haari Prasanna Das and Manna Dey were the two music directors but the distribution of songs among them is not known. I have assumed that this song is composed by Hari Prasanna Das.

I have not been able to get a few words right in the song. 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. My guess is that this song was picturised on Shobhana Samarth. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of this song.

With this song, “Veeraangna”(1947) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Mujhko pyaari lagti hai tumhaari pahchaan (Veeraangna) (1947) Singer-Amirbai Karnataki, Lyrics-Pradeep, MD-Hari Prasanna Das

Lyrics

Mujhko pyaari lagti hai tumhaari pahchaan
Mujhko pyaari lagti hai tumhaari pahchaan
o baaanke chhabeele albele mehmaan
Mujhko pyaari lagti hai tumhaari pahchaan
albele mehmaan
o albele mehmaan

jab se maine tumko dekha
tab se mere man mein khinch gayi
pyaar ki rekha
jab se maine tumko dekha
tab se mere man mein khinch gayi
pyaar ki rekha
aankhon mein hai roop tumhaara
man mein hai dhyaan
aankhon mein hai roop tumhaara
man mein hai dhyaan
albele mehmaan
mujhko pyaari lagti hai tumhaari pahchaan
albele mehmaan
o albele mehmaan

kitni sundar chhavi tumhaari hai ae ae
kitni madhur ?? pyaari pyaari hai
kitni sundar chhavi tumhaari hai ae ae
kitni ?? pyaari pyaari hai
jaadoo se hai bhari tumhaari
meethhi muskaan
jaadoo se hai bhari tumhaari
meethhi muskaan
albele mehmaan
mujhko pyaari lagti hai tumhaari pahchaan
albele mehmaan
o albele mehmaan

tumhen chhod kar ke
mera man aur kahin na doley
tumhen chhod kar ke
mera man aur kahin na doley
main in aaankhon mein
tumhen chhhupaa loongi ee
aur pyaar karoongi bina bhoole
o door desh ke waasi
main janam janam ki pyaasi
o door desh ke waasi
main janam janam ki pyaasi
main laakh balainyyaan loon
mujhko prem ka de do paridhaan (?)
albele mehmaan
mujhko pyaari lagti hai tumhaari pahchaan
albele mehmaan
o albele mehmaan


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“Angoorbaala”(1947) was directed by Naseem Siddiq for Mohan Pictures, bombay. This extremely obscure “social” movie had Ameerbai, Prakash, Shanta Patel, Rafiq, G Shah, Agha Shapur, Bina, Taj, Kareem, Malina, P D Lal etc in it.

The movie had nine songs that are as rare as the movie itself.

Here is the first song from “Angoorbaala”(1947) to appear in the blog. The uploader mentions this song as containing the voice of Khursheed Bano which is incorrect. The song has at least two female voices and two male voices , may be more, alongwith chorus. I am unable to identify any of the voices. Most voices, if not all, appear to be unfamiliar and they certainly do not belong to the well known singers of that era.

The movie had three lyricists in it. this song is penned by a gentleman called Mister Shyam. Music is composed by Ram Gopal Pandey.

I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the singers, lyricist and music director of the movie.

With this song, “Angoorbaala”(1947) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Rut basant ki aayi (Angoorbaala)(1947) Lyrics-Mister Shyam, MD-Ram Gopal

Lyrics

rut basant ki aayi piya nahin laage jiya
ghar aaja balam
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
rut basant ki aayi
piya nahin laage jiya
ghar aaja balam
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
koyal ban mein bole jiya mera dole piya
ghar aaja balamwa
aa aa aa aa aa
koyal ban mein bole
jiya mera dole piya
ghar aaja balamwa
aa aa aa aa

ghaat paar mere saajan ka thhaana
ghaat paar mere saajan ka thhaana
jab se gaye nahin aaye
jab se gaye nahin aaye
aaye
tere bina mere bhookhe naina
tere bina mere bhookhe naina
nisdin hi tarsaaye
mere raaja balamwa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa
nisdin hi tarsaaye
mere raaja balamwa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa

milna hai to aa mil pyaare
main teri
main teri
milna hai to aa mil pyaare
main teri
main teri
chaar dinon ka joban hai ye
chaar dinon ka joban hai ye
phir maati ki dheri re
mere raaja balamwa
aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa
phir maati ki dheri re
mere raaja balamwa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
ho gori tero nirmal joban
jo ganga ka
hmm
gori tero nirmal joban
jo ganga ka paani
soton ko sone na dewe teri mast jawaani
soaton ko sone na dewe teri mast jawaani
jaane waale
o jaane waale
poochhe jaana meri ram kahaani
jaane de jaane waale ko
duniya hai ye phaani
mere raaja balamwa
aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa
jaane de jaane waale ko
duniya hai ye phaani
mere raaja balamwa
aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa


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“Bela” (1947) was directed by Chaturbhuj Doshi for Ranjit Movietone, Bombay. The story, screenplay, dialogues and Lyrics of this movie were by D N Madhok. The movie had P Jairaj, Nigar Sultana, Shrinath Tripathi, Pt.Iqbal, Krisnakumari, Master Mehmood, Rekha, Usha, B.R.Sharma etc. in it.

The movie had ten songs in it. Si of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the seventh song from the movie. This song is sung by Zohrabai Ambalewaali. D N Madhok is the lyricist. Music is composed by Bulo C Rani.

Only the audio of the song is available. My guess is that this melancholic song was picturised on the leading lady viz Nigar Sultana.


Song-Sukh le ke dukh de gaya (Bela)(1947) Singer-Zohrabai Ambalewaali, Lyrics-D N Madhok, MD-Bulo C Rani

Lyrics

sukh le ke dukh de gaya aa aa
wo jo hamaara dil le gaya
wo jo hamaara dil le gaya
sukh le ke dukh de gaya aa aa
wo jo hamaara dil le gaya
wo jo hamara dil le gaya

abhi bhare dil ko samjhaaya aa aa
phir yaad aayi phir bhar aaya
abhi bhare dil ko samjhaaya aa aa
phir yaad aayi phir bhar aaya
dard anokhe de gaya aa
wo jo hamaara dil le gaya
wo jo hamaara dil le gaya
sukh le ke dukh de gaya aa
wo jo hamaara dil le gaya
oy
wo jo hamaara dil le gaya

labon ko haaye aakh ka paani ee
dil ko meethhi peer suhaani
labon ko haaye aakh ka paani ee
dil ko meethhi peer suhaani
chhail nishaani de gaya aa
wo jo hamara dil le gaya
wo jo hamaara dil le gaya
sukh le ke dukh de gaya aa
wo jo hamaara dil le gaya
wo jo hamaara dil le gaya


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