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Blog Day :

4720 Post No. : 16429

Hullo Atuldom

20th June, a Very Important Date in the calendar of ASAD. It was on this date, a few decades ago, a person dear to this blog was born. Correction, I would like to change person dear to this blog was born with person whose brainchild this blog is. Person whose love for music led to the genesis of this blog. Person who is kind enough to take us along on this musical journey. Thank you so much Atul ji for this blog. Wish you A Very Happy Birthday. Hope the great times continue and we Atulites are able to keep pace with you

Today I am presenting a song from a movie which made its debut on the blog in 2011 (almost 10 years ago, 15-20 days away from the 10-year mark) with this song “Ye Pyaar Bhara Dil Hai Muhabbat Ka Khazaana” by Sudhirji. This post has the general storyline of the movie. The next song from this movie was “Pyaar Beqaraar Hai Pyaar Ki Awaaz Sun” by Nahm ji. That post has two versions of the same song. So that makes it 3 songs from an album having around 10 songs.

I find that YouTube is not helpful as there seems to be no video links to the movie’s songs, only audio links. Here is the next song which is in the voice of Lata Mangeshkar, written by Shyamlal Shams and Kamal Mitra is the music director.

The movie is ‘Yahudi Ki Beti’ from 1956, which had a cast of Daljit, Anita Guha, Tabassum, Tiwari, Helen, Maruti, Al Nasir, Rajan Haksar, Wazir Mohammed Khan etc. Nanubhai Vakil is credited as director of the movie. (I am sure that there are knowledgeable followers of the blog who will be able to provide more details about the movie, its director, music director, lyricist etc.)

The thoughts expressed in this, very simply-worded song, indicates that it was lip-synced by the heroine of the movie – Anita Guha. The first time I consciously saw her in a movie was in ‘Jai Santoshi Maa’, when I saw the movie on TV sometime in the 80s. Then I was informed that she was the actress who played Rakhee’s mother in ‘Sharmilee’ and Rajesh Khanna’s foster mother in ‘Araadhna’. Then I slowly realized that I have seen her in quite a few movies like ‘Dekh Kabira Roya’, ‘Anuraag’ etc. I have read somewhere that Prema Narayan, who was popular in the 70s and 80s (of ‘Armaan’, ‘Ponga Pandit’ and numerous such movies) is the niece of Anita Guha. Anita’s husband was Manik Dutt – an actor who was seen playing supporting characters in movies till the late 80s.

More trivia about Anita Guha some other time. Let us get on to the song and once again wish our Dear Atul ji on his birthday. Wish him many more milestones in life as well as on the blog.


Song – Chori Chori Dil Mein Ye Kaun Aa Raha Hai (Yahudi Ki Beti) (1956) Singer – Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Shyamlal Shams, MD – Kamal Mitra

Lyrics

chori chori dil mein ye kaun aa raha hai
kaun aa raha hai
tadpa ke meri duniya jo muskura raha hai
muskura raha hai
chori chori dil mein ye kaun aa raha hai
kaun aa raha hai
tadpa ke meri duniya muskura raha hai
muskura raha hai

aaaa aaaaaa aaaaa
aaa aaa aaaa aa

naghma nahin ye dilbar ulfat ki dastaan hai
ji bhar ke pyaar kar le mausam abhi jawaan hai
naghma nahin ye dilbar ulfat ki dastaan hai
ji bhar ke pyaar kar le mausam abhi jawaan hai
mausam abhi jawaan hai
shama ke pyaar mein ye parwaana gaa raha hai
jo muskura raha hai
chori chori dil mein ye kaun aa raha hai
kaun aa raha hai
tadpa ke meri duniya jo muskura raha hai
muskura raha hai

aaaa aaaaaa aaaaa
aaa aaa aaaa aa

meri jawaan umangein barbaad ho na jaayen
palkon se gir ke aansoo fariyaad ho na jaayen
meri jawaan umangein barbaad ho na jaayen
palkon se gir ke aansoo fariyaad ho na jaayen
fariyaad ho na jaaye
chup chup ke mere khwaabon mein koi aa raha hai
jo muskura raha hai
chori chori dil mein ye kaun aa raha hai
kaun aa raha hai
tadpa ke meri duniya jo muskura raha hai
muskura raha hai
chori chori dil mein ye kaun aa raha hai
kaun aa raha hai

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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चोरी चोरी दिल में ये कौन आ रहा है
कौन आ रहा है
तड़पा के मेरी दुनिया जो मुस्कुरा रहा है
मुस्कुरा रहा है
चोरी चोरी दिल में ये कौन आ रहा है
कौन आ रहा है
तड़पा के मेरी दुनिया जो मुस्कुरा रहा है
मुस्कुरा रहा है

आsss आsssss आssss
आss आss आsss आs

नग़मा नहीं ये दिलबर उल्फ़त की दास्तान है
जी भर के प्यार कर ले मौसम अभी जवां है
नग़मा नहीं ये दिलबर उल्फ़त की दास्तान है
जी भर के प्यार कर ले मौसम अभी जवां है
मौसम अभी जवां है
शमा के प्यार में ये परवाना गा रहा है
जो मुस्कुरा रहा है
चोरी चोरी दिल में ये कौन आ रहा है
कौन आ रहा है
तड़पा के मेरी दुनिया जो मुस्कुरा रहा है
मुस्कुरा रहा है

आsss आsssss आssss
आss आss आsss आs

मेरी जवां उमंगें बर्बाद हो ना जाएँ
पलकों से गिर के आँसू फरियाद हो ना जाएँ
मेरी जवां उमंगें बर्बाद हो ना जाएँ
पलकों से गिर के आँसू फरियाद हो ना जाएँ
फरियाद हो ना जाएँ
छुप छुप के मेरे ख्वाबों में कोई आ रहा है
जो मुस्कुरा रहा है
चोरी चोरी दिल में ये कौन आ रहा है
कौन आ रहा है
तड़पा के मेरी दुनिया जो मुस्कुरा रहा है
मुस्कुरा रहा है
चोरी चोरी दिल में ये कौन आ रहा है
कौन आ रहा है


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 other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws

Blog Day :

4720 Post No. : 16428

Today’s song is from the film Ekadashi-1955, a Mythological film.

Culture and Religion have a close relationship. The commonest points of Religion, followed by a majority for time immemorial, becomes the culture of the nation. Raas Garba, Ganesh Utsav, Diwali celebrations and Indian Calendar New Year days in respective regions are no more a matter of Religion by now. They have become the cultural heritage of the country. A good example is Holi or lighting done on Deepavali or touching the feet of the elders…all these constitute Culture, though its roots are traceable to religion.

Today, Religion, for most people in the world, I feel,is limited to one’s personal space and I believe, in today’s setup it is also very appropriate to limit the religion to one’s home. One should not get confused between Religion and Bhakti. Mythological films are based essentially on stories from the Holy books, like Ramayana, Mahabharat or the Puranas. Bhakti pradhan films are based on personalities engaged in devotion to their Deity. Thus, films like Narsi Bhagat or Sant Tukaram are Bhakti pradhan films, whereas films like Pawanputra Hanuman or Veer Arjun are Mythological or Pauranik films. Films on saints like Kabir, Soordas, Tulsidas or Tyagaraja are not religious but Mythological films are surely religious films.

The film Ekadashi-55 was made by All India pictures. produced by R.L. and M.L.Arora, it was directed by V.M.Gunjal. The music director of Ekadashi-55 was Avinash Vyas, ably assisted by Jayanti lal. There were 8 songs in the film. The cast of the film was Trilok Kapoor, Mala Sinha ( her only Mythological film), Sulochana, Gope, Badri Prasad etc etc. The Heroine of this film was Mala Sinha. It is mentioned in HFGK and also features in the credits of the film. However,strangely, she always avoided accepting that she ever worked in this film.

Mala Sinha came from Calcutta to make a career in Bombay films. In Calcutta she worked in a Bilingual film ‘Chitrangada-54’ in Bangla and Hindi. In 54 again, she did her first film in Bombay, Badshah-54 (released on 15-10-54), then came Hamlet-54 (released on 7-1-55), Riyasat-55 and Ekadashi-55.

In all her interviews, Mala Sinha always quoted “Rangeen Raten”-56 with Shammi Kapoor as her first film in Bombay. She was ashamed of revealing that in film Riyasat-55, her Hero was Mahipal and in film Ekadashi-55 it was Trilok Kapoor. She always hid this fact. There are many Heroines who want to hide their struggling days. For example,in the film “Professor”-62 Shammi Kapoor’s Heroine was Kalpana. Though touted as her first film, her first film was Pyar ki Jeet-62, opposite Mahipal- a fact which Kalpana always hid from everyone.

Similarly, A grade Heroine Meena Kumari also had done several Mythological and costume films before Baiju Bawra took her high up and above other Heroines. Films like Veer Ghatotkach-49, Shri Ganesh Mahima-50, Laxmi Narayan-51, Hanuman Paataal vijay-51 and Alladin aur Jadui Chirag-52 had Mahipal as her Hero. In her later years, she always hid her earlier film Heroes.

Even comedian Johnny Walker, who is supposed to have made a beginning with Baazi-51, had earlier worked in “The last message or Aakhri paigham”-49. However this fact is not told by anyone.

Not only actors, but even singers do this. They hesitate to say that they first sang for C grade films. Take the case of Sudha Malhotra, who used to declare Arzoo-50 as her first film, under Anil Biswas, but she never told that earlier she had sung 3 songs in film Aakhri paigham-49, under the baton of Abid Hussein Khan, composer.

Lyricists are not far behind. Gulzar’s first song was not from Bandini – 63, as is claimed. He has written lyrics in films Choron ki Baraat-60, Diler Haseena-60 and Shriman Satyawadi-60. He wrote these songs as Gulzar Deenvi. Then he wrote lyrics in the film Kabuliwala-61 and Prempatra-62 in the name of Gulzar. Even then he claims Bandini-63 as his first film- which is wrong.

It is very unfortunate that once the artiste becomes famous, he tends to forget his humble beginning with a less known film or a composer. This is because they are ashamed of it. I feel the blame also goes to people who take their interview, because the interview takers do not do proper homework. Many times they do not know anything and simply note down whatever is told by the artiste.

Coming back to today’s film Ekadashi-1955, many of the younger generation may not know what Ekadashi means. Not their fault. Children learn from what goes around , first in the family and then in the world around them.

What is Ekadashi ?

Ekadasi, is the eleventh lunar day (Tithi) of the shukla (bright) or krishna (dark) paksha (fortnight) of every lunar month in the Hindu calendar (Panchang). In Hinduism and Jainism it is considered a spiritually beneficial day. Scriptures recommend observing an (ideally waterless) fast from sunrise on the day of Ekadashi to sunrise on the day following Ekadashi. Hindu scriptures teach that it is especially important to avoid all beans and all grains on this day because on the day of Ekadashi these two foods are contaminated by sin, one should eat only fruits and vegetables and milk products on this day. Ekadashi day is recognized as the best of all days to fast because it is on this day of the moon phase in which the rays of the moon actually nourish the subtle nerves and feelings of the heart.

Two Ekadashis occur in one month according to positions of the moon. The progression of the moon from full moon to new moon is divided into fifteen equal arcs. Each arc measures one lunar day, called “tithi”: The time it takes the moon to traverse that distance is the length of that lunar day. Ekadashi refers to the 11the tithi, or lunar day. The eleventh tithi therefore corresponds to a precise phase of the waxing and waning moon: In the bright half of the lunar month, the moon will appear roughly 3/4 full on Ekadashi, and in the dark half of the lunar month, the moon will be about 3/4 dark on Ekadashi.

Bhagavata Purana (sk. IX, adhy. 4) notes the observation of Ekadashi by Ambarisha, a devotee of Vishnu.

Ekadashi Vrat is supposed to be very important. In Maharashtra, the Ekadashi falling in the month of ASHADH is celebrated at Vitthal Mandir in the Holy city of Pandharpur. Lakhs of devotees walk for 21 days,barefoot, to reach the temple. It is called VAARI. Here is more information-

Ashadhi Ekadashi , Pandharpur

The Pandharpur yatra is held on Aashadi Ekadashi (June- July). One of the most famous pilgrimages in Maharashtra, Pandharpur Ashadhi Ekadashi Wari has been taking place for more than 700 years. This is a religious padyatra,which comprises over 1 million pilgrims traveling for 21 days to Vithoba temple by foot. Numerous palkhis (processions) from various towns and villages join the main palkhi that starts from Sant Tukaram Temple at Dehu in Pune district. The yatra culminates at the Vithoba temple on Ashadi Ekadasi at Pandharpur. The annual Pandharpur Yatra to the famous Vithoba Temple at Pandharpur in Maharashtra is an unparalleled pilgrimage that breaks the barriers of caste, creed, rich and poor. The main rituals are performed in the early morning (0300hrs).

This is not unique to Maharashtra. Almost in every state of India, such pilgrimages are undertaken. Speaking of the South, the pilgrimage to Lord Ayyappa on Sabarimala Hills in Kerala is famous. After 40 days of Penance and Abstinence, devotees walk-in Black Clothes- to Sabari Malai. In the North the pilgrimage to Mata Vaishno Devi is well known. In the East people visit Kamakhya Devi on a Pilgrimage. Not millions, but Billions of Indians do these pilgrimages.

The film was directed by a veteran – Dada Gunjal. Director Vishnupant Mathaji Gunjal or simply Dada Gunjal, was born in Kolhapur in 1904. He was not interested in education,so after passing his matriculation,he joined the film industry. Initially he worked in various capacities,but concentrated on Directing the films. He established his own Gunjal Production company at Bombay and directed his first silent film Collegian in 1929. Soon ,realising that producing films was not his cake,he shifted to Directing films for Vishwesh film company,Bombay making silent films like Bharati, The Bandit, Vijeta,Bewafa Qatil, Khabardar, Bhedi Khanjar etc.

When Talkie films started ,he directed Bhakta ke bhagwan and Ambarish in 1934. Dada Gunjal directed in all 37 films. Some of his films were,Bhakta Dhruv, Panihari, Aparadhi, Ekadashi, Mata, Mamta, Tulsi, Bhakta ke Bhagwan, Noorjehan, Baaraat, Kirti, Pati patni, Alakh Niranjan, Mother india -1938 etc.

Dada Gunjal died in 1968.

The story of film Ekadashi-1955 was-

In the days of the King Rukmangad of Ayodhya, the King and all his subjects, Proud or Humble, adhered to this Fast and as a result, while they lived on this planet they had Peace of Mind and therefore Temporal Bliss and after death ascended to Heaven. Now that all Ayodhya people went to Heaven-and Ayodhya was a vast and populous kingdom-the population of Hell fell colossally. This caused great anxiety to the King of Hell-YAMRAJ, as his Prowess as King narrowed down with the diminished numbers. He took upon himself to create a breach in the strict observance of the fast by the King Rukmangad: as like King, like subjects, all would follow suit and prosperity would reign supreme in Hell. But all the manoeuvres of Yamraj fell flat against the religious fervour with which the King followed the observance. As a last resort, Yamraj got Mohini by supplicating to Brahma. Mohini-beauty incarnate in female form-was a power that subdued all it saw; sages or saints, high or low. The ordeal of putting up resistance to this force was too much for Rukmangad and he staggered. Diamond cuts diamond and woman does likewise. The Maharani Sandhyavalli knew this and her efforts and sacrifices to save her lord proved all in vain. The King’s heroic struggles against beauty aroused were wasted and when all seemed black for this holy pair their son, Dharmangad, rose to the sally of beauty. Child against beauty-both the highest creations of the Almighty were arrayed face to face. Finally,it was the victory of Good over Evil. Mohini accepted her defeat and withdrew. Thus the importance of Ekadashi Vrat remained intact.

Here is a song from this film sung by Lata Mangeshkar and chorus.


Song- Man ka mail tu dho le re dhobaniya (Ekaadashi)(1955) Singer- Lata, Lyricist- Pt. B C Madhur, MD- Avinash Vyas
Chorus

Lyrics

Man ka mail tu dho le re dhobaniya aa aa
Man ka mail tu dho le
Man ka mail tu dho le re dhobaniya aa aa
Man ka mail tu dho le
jag ke praani roz badalte
apne apne chole re dhobaniya aa aa
Man ka mail tu dho le
Man ka mail tu dho le re dhobaniya aa aa
Man ka mail tu dho le

Moh maaya ka bojh uthhaa kar
nainon ke panghat par jaa kar
kaam krodh mad lobh ko dho le
ghaat ghaat kyun doley re dhobaniya aa aa
Man ka mail tu dho le
jai Gange
jai Gange
har har Gange jai Gange
jai Gange
jai Gange
har har Gange jai Gange

kapde dhote umar khoyegi
karmon ka kab mail dhoyegi
ek aasraa us dhobi ka
teri wo gathhri khole re dhobaniya aa aa
Man ka mail tu dho le
jai Gange
jai Gange
har har Gange jai Gange
jai Gange
jai Gange
har har Gange jai Gange

Bramha Vishnu Shiv is jal mein
uske paap katenge pal mein
ek baar jo patit paavan
Ganga ki jai boley re dgobaniya aa aa
Man ka mail tu dho le
jai Gange
jai Gange
har har Gange jai Gange
jai Gange
jai Gange
har har Gange jai Gange
jai Gange
jai Gange
har har Gange jai Gange
jai Gange
jai Gange
har har Gange jai Gange


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 other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws

Blog Day :

4719 Post No. : 16427

When film making started in India, most films-i.e. about 98 %, were based on Religious Mythological or Folk stories. Even in that early era, there were Producers and Directors, who dared to make films on unusual but interesting subjects like Fictional kingdoms, highly scientific discoveries etc. Worth mentioning are a few films like Prabhat’s ‘ Wahan alias Beyond the Horizon’-1937, Prakash pictures’ ‘Mr. X’-38, Ranjit’s ‘ Prof. Waman M.Sc.’, Sagar’s ‘ 300 days and after’-38, Adarsha Chitra, Calcutta’s ‘ India in Africa’-1939 (first film to do shooting outside India, in foreign countries), Sagar’s ‘ Mahageet ‘-37 and the best film by Prakash Pictures-” Khwaab ki duniya’-1937. ( there may be some more such films too).

Not all such offbeat films succeeded, but surely they provided a Ray of Hope that Indian cinema will surely come out of this beaten track and grandma stories. I am not very sure, but I have a strong feeling that during the early films of the 40s, a few C grade action and stunt films too were made on such offbeat themes. One such film is Master Bhagwan’s ” Bhedi Bungala alias House of Mystery “-1949, India’s first Horror film. ( during the shooting, in one scene Bhagwan had to keep his eyes wide open-as if in fear. He stretched them so much and for such a long time that for one day he lost sight of both eyes. After the doctor’s treatment he regained his vision. Can we expect such dedication in today’s actors, in general ?).

For lack of proper documentation, we are unable to comment on such films of yore. As far back as 1936, Prabhat film company had made a film on Mutiny on the sea by a brave woman- Amar Jyoti-1936, featuring a new heroine- Durga Khote. Life on ships and sword fighting by a woman was mesmerising the audience.

The celestial entities have always enticed the Human Race. They were effectively used in sciences like Astrology and Astronomy. Since time immemorial Man always wanted to visit these planets sans The Sun. Moon was the centre of attraction. Could the Hindi filmmakers keep off from making a film on this theme ? Most kept off ! They , perhaps, thought it safe to use The Moon (चांद ) only in songs and dialogues. However, going through the list of film titles, I found that films using the word Chand in the titles were made, but barring a few C grade stunt and action films, this ‘ Chand ‘ was alluding to something else like the Lover, beloved and other similar things.

Film titled only Chaand were made in -1934,1944 and 1959. Then there were 13 films having ‘ Chand ‘ in their titles. As far as I gather, there were only 2 films made on fictional stories involving the Planet Moon. One was Chand ki Duniya-1959 and the other was Chand pe Chadhai (Trip to the Moon)-1967.

Today’s song is from film Chaand ki duniya-59. It is quite a long song….7.41 minutes to be exact. the video reveals that the song is filmed on the Hero Soham Kapila, the heroine Nalini Chonkar and the comedian Ram Avtar. If you remember, he had a hilarious role in film Teesri manzil-1966 as a co-passenger of Shammi Kapoor.

Ram Avtar Pandey, from Rampur-UP, started his filmi career in 1938 with character roles. In the early 50s, he switched to comedy, when he gained weight and a pot belly. Ram Avtar was a fixture in many Nasir Hussain films. His roles in Badi Behan-49,Nagin-54, Hum sub chor hain-56, Tumsa nahin dekha-57, Jab pyar kisi se hota hai-61, Phir vohi dil laya hoon-63, Teesri Manzil-67, Yaadon ki Baraat etc are memorable. His last film was Prem Geet-1981. He acted in 133 Hindi films.

The film was made by Filmistan, a big banner. Unfortunately, it was made as a quicky, without much interest. The film was directed by Mohan Sinha (grandfather of actress Vidya Sinha, of Rajnigandha-74 fame). The MD was Nirmal Kumar alias S.D.Batish.

Many composers gave music to C grade films using Pseudonyms. For example, C. Ramchandra gave music to action films in the name of ” Annasaheb”, S D Batish used the name Nirmal Kumar, Durrani used Gunjan as his name, to quote a few examples. But one name hardly anyone knows and that is Anil Biswas. Yes, when he gave music to film Begunah-1949, he used the name as Haribhai. His co-MD was Shyamu- which was C. Ramchandra ! This information is given in The Encyclopedia of Indian Cinema by Rajadhyaksha.

The cast of the film was Sohan Kapila, Nalini Chonkar, Ram Avtar, P. Kailash, Badri Prasad, Husn Bano, Indira Bansal, B M Vyas, Vijay Kumar, Noor (wife of Johnny Walker) etc etc. the banner was good, story was fine, songs were good, MD was good, Heroine and Director were good. The whole problem was with the dumb Hero- Sohan Kapila. he was one actor who was a Non Actor.

It is said that ‘No trees can grow under a Banyan Tree’. This is absolutely true and applicable in Film industry. Except in cases like the Kapoor family, i.e. Raj, Shammi and Shashi, who made their bright careers despite the shadow of their Father and other Brothers, we find that many of the sons,daughters,brothers or sisters of many popular and famous film stars were failures and never made it big in Hindi cinema.

We know cases like Suneil Anand, Nasir Khan, Tony walker, Naina Sahu, Meera Joglekar, Ajit Chitnis, Rajendranath, Narendranath, Anup kumar, Mallika, Khursheed Jr., Simple Kapadiya, Shivangi Kolhapure, Preeti ganguly, Radhika and many more. In spite of having all the backing of the famous family members, these and such many others just did not make it, because Talents are not always hereditary !

They all were given a fair opportunity to display their talent on the screen, but unfortunately despite their honest effort their skill could not come out & the viewers were left unimpressed . They were selected by big banners and well experienced directors were there to guide them. But their talent remained hidden inside them and with their nonexistent artistry they disappointed their mentors. Non-actor Sohan Kapila was in the romantic lead of Filmistan’s Babar ,which was released in 1960. Hemen Gupta , distinguished director, who earlier had directed Anand Math for Filmistan ,directed the movie and it also had the winning combination of Sahir & Roshan.

Dependable character actor Gajanan Jagirdar did the role of great Moghal Emperor Babar. But the movie flopped, as the new hero failed pathetically to register any emotion on his face. A big jolt for Seth Tola Ram Jalaan, who was already facing financial problems. Mr. Kapila appeared in 2-3 movies in inconsequential roles and disappeared from scene for ever. His daughter Padmini Kapila also pursued film career, but could not achieve much success .

There were many other actors like him, who got chances to appearopposite illustrious heroines, unfortunately their effort did not make any impact on the cine loving public. Watching their miserable performance on the screen, no film maker came forward to sign them again. Out of sight is out of mind, it was a matter of time when public as well as film industry forgot them.

Malhaar, as the name suggests, a musical film produced by great singer Mukesh in 1951. It had a story by veteran actor S K Prem & its evergreen music was composed by Roshan. The movie had newcomers Arjun & Shammi (Nargis Rabaadi ). Arjun did get another chance in Daku Ki Ladki to please the viewers with his emoting before the camera, but could not succeed and it was the end of his career.

Rattan Chopra the lucky boy was selected for films, among hundreds of aspirants. Mohan Kumar had suffered a huge set back when Aman flopped. He took the newcomer for Mom Ki Gudia, opposite Tanuja, with great hopes. Unfortunately, Mom Ki Gudia failed to dispel the gloom and sank to the rock bottom. Acting was not his cup of tea, Rattan Chopra understood and wisely opted out of the race of stardom.

K. Amarnath introduced new comer Vijay Kumar in his 1954 offering Alif Laila opposite Nimmi & Asha Mathur . Sohan Kapila and Vijay Kumar had impressive physique, but had no clue about acting. The movie had lilting music by Shyam Sunder ,which was his last contribution towards film industry .Helen for the first time got a chance to perform solo in the movie & for many decades she remained on top. But for Vijay Kumar it was his first & last chance.

Another non actor Premendra was introduced by old timer Vijay Bhatt in Holi Aayee Re (1970),which was directed by his younger sibling Harsukh Bhatt. It was pathetic to watch Premendra unsuccessfully trying to showcase his imaginary ability in the field of acting. The movie flopped phenomenally & a huge investment made by Bhatt Brothers went up in a cloud of smoke.

There were some more like Pratibha Sinha, Archan Gupta, Jayant Gupta, Ashok Sharma, Nusrat Kardar, Rajeev Kapoor, Manish Kumar, Navinchandra, Aroop Kumar, Prashant, Shalini, Kaycee Mehra, Vikram, Shekhar Suman, Deepak Kumar, Ajay, Som Dutt and many more.

With all this no wonder the film was a flop and a good story was wasted. Today’s song is the 4th song of this film on the Blog. But the song is good. Enjoy….

(some information is used from an article by M N Sardana ji in Voh din yaad karo. Thanks to him)


Song- Lee haay lee haay lippip pippi…aayee jawaani badi deewaani (Chaand Ki Duniya)(1959) Singers-Manna Dey, Asha Bhonsle, Unknown male voice, Lyricist- Qamar Jalalabadi, MD- Nirmal Kumar aka S D Batish
Manna Dey + Asha Bhonsle
All chorus
Female chorus
Male chorus

Lyrics

hahahahahaha

li haay li haayi lippip pippi
li hayi li hayi lippip pippi
li hayi hayi lippi pippi pi

aahaha
la hayi la hayi lappap pappa
la hayi la hayi lappap pappa
la hayi la hayi lappa pappa paa

o ho ho
li hayi li hayi lippip pippi
li hayi li hayi lippip pippi
li hayi li hayi lippip pippi pi

aahaha
la hayi la hayi lappap pappa
la hayi la hayi lappap pappa
la hayi la hayi lappa pappa pa

o ho hoho

ye pappa pappi chhodo
chhodo ye haali holi
kuchh bolo humaari boli

tumhaari boli
haan humaari boli
aayi jawaani badi deewaani
dekho kya kya laayi jawaani

aaha
hans le gaa le maauj mana le
jaa ke phir na aaye jawaani

waah waah
aayi jawaani badi deewaani
dekho kya kya laayi jawaani aaha
hans le gaa le

mauj mana le
jaa ke phir na aaye jawaani waah waah

arre laaga laaga laaga
teri ankhiyon ka dil pe nishaana
jaaga jaaga jaaga
tere pyaar ka sapna suhaana

o o o o
laaga laaga laaga
teri ankhiyon ka dil pe nishaana

jaaga jaaga jaaga
tere pyaar ka sapna suhaana

sapna suhaana
o ho
aaha
baanki chaal ada mastaani
dekho kya kya laayi jawaani
aaha

dil ko milale dhoom machaale
jake phir na aaye jawaani waah waah

aa aa aa aa aaaa aa aa aaaa
aa aa aa aa aa

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

ye sama ye khushi jhoom uthhi zindagi
dil ke gulzar mein phool sa aa khil gaya
dil ke ye raaste jagmagaane lage
muskuraane lage jaane kya aa aa mil gaya
baat baat mein bani kahaani
dekho kya kya laayi jawaani aaha
dil ko milaale dhoom machaale
jake phir na aaye jawaani waah waah

aayi jawaani
badi diwaani
dekho kya kya laayi jawaani aaha
hans le gaa le
mauj mana le
jaa ke phir na aaye jawaani waah waah

o tere bin mora jiya laage na
o tere bin mora jiya laage na
o tere bin mora
o more bin tora
o dekho dekho dekho
jiya la la la la la laage na
tera roop ghazab ka jaani
dekho kya kya laayi jawaani aaha

dil ko milale dhoom machale
jake phir na aaye jawaani waah waah

aayi jawaani
badi deewaani
dekho kya kya laayi jawaani aaha
hans le gaa le
mauj mana le
jaa ke phir na aaye jawaani, waah waah

haay maara maara maara
tere teekhe teekhe nakhron ne maara
dekho dekho behke kadam
zara dena ji sahaara

ho ho ho ho
maara maara maara
tere teekhe teekhe nakhron ne maara

dekho dekho bahke kadam zara dena ji sahaara
dena ji sahaara
o ho
aaha
mausam pyaara raat suhaani
dekho kya kya laayi jawaani aaha

dil ko milaa le dhoom machaa le
jaake phir na aaye jawaani waah waah

arre dhokha dhokha dhokhaa nahin khaana
yehi mauka hai shikaari
jeete jeete jeete khel khel mein jo
wohi hai khilaadi
haan wohi hai khilaadi
o ho
aa haa

samjho dil ki baat suhaani
dekho kya kya laayi jawaani aa haa
dil ko milaa le dhoom machaa le
jaake phir na aaye jawaani waah waah

aayi jawaani
badi deewaani
dekho kya kya laayi jawaani aaha
hans le gaa le
mauj manaa le
jaake phir na aaye jawaani waah waah

ab gaao pappa pappi
ab gaao halli huli
kuchh samjho hamaari boli

tumhaari boli
haan
hamaari boli

laa hai laa hai lappap pappa
laa hai laa hai lappap pappa
waada pakka
laa hai laa hai lappap pappa
laa hai laa hai lappap pappa

bilkul sachcha
samajhne waale samajh gaye
jo naa samjhe wo kakka

laa hai laa hai lappap pappa
laa hai laa hai lappap pappa
laa hai laa hai lappap pappa
waah

li hai li hai lippip pippi
li hai li hai lippip pippi
li hai li hai lippip pippi pi

hoy laa hai laa hai lappap pappa
laa hai laa hai lappap pappa
laa hai laa hai lappap pappa paa

li hai li hai lippip pippi
li hai li hai lippip pippi
li hai li hai lippip pippi pi

hahahahahaha
hahahahaha


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Blog Day :

4712 Post No. : 16418

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2011-2021) – Song No. 25
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“Teen Bhai”(1955) was directed by Hem Chandra for D P Productions, Bombay. This “social” movie had Nirupa roy, Shyama, Bharat Bhushan, Pahadi sanyal, Hiralal, Nazir Hussain, Gulab, Leela Mishra, Madan Puri,Chandrakala, Bhupendra Kapoor, Menka, Samar Chatterjee, Sarita devi, Colin Pal, Shivji Bhai, Nimbalkar, Shah, Sailen Bose, Shailaj, Kammo etc in it ith
Guest appearance by Pal Mahendra.

The movie had eight songs in it. One song has been covered in the past. That song was covered on this day ten years ago, and that song- Jaan gayi hoon pehchaan gayi hoon , remains the only song from the movie in the blog so far.

As blog ten year challenge, here is the second song from “Teen Bhai”(1955) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Sudha Malhotra. Bharat Vyas is the lyricist. Music is composed by Arun Kumar Mukherjee.

Only the audio of the song is available. It appears that only two stanzas of the song are available and those two stanzas have been repeated by the uploader to make it look like a long enough song.

I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of the song.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.


Song-Ban mein boley bulbul aur man mein boley maina(Teen Bhai) (1955) Singer-Sudha Malhotra, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-Arun Kumar Mukherjee

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

bann mein boley bulbul
aur mann mein boley mainaa
ho bann mein boley
bann mein boley bulbul
aur mann mein boley mainaa
rey ud ud jaaye
o udd udd jaaye
gagan mein morey naainaa aa
bann mein boley
bann mein boley bulbul
aur mann mein boley mainaa
ho bann mein boley

ye kaarey kaarey baadal
baajaaye meethi maadal
hooo oo ooo hoo oo hoo oo
aahhhaaa hhaaa hhaaa hhhaaa
ye kaarey kaarey baadal
baajaaye meethi maadal
ye sunn sunn ankhiyon mein
phailaa jaaye kaajal
ho phailaa jaaye kaajal
laagey rey laagey aey ae ae
sunehrey laagey
sunehrey laagey din ye
rupahaley laagey rainaa
rey udd udd jaaye
ho udd udd jaaye
gagan mein morey nainaa aa
bann mein boley

ye kaarey kaarey baadal
baajaaye meethi maadal
hooo oo ooo hoo oo hoo oo
aahhhaaa hhaaa hhaaa hhhaaa
ye kaarey kaarey baadal
baajaaye meethi maadal
ye sunn sunn ankhiyon mein
phailaa jaaye kaajal
ho phailaa jaaye kaajal
laagey rey laagey aey ae ae
sunehrey laagey
sunehrey laagey din ye
rupahaley laagey rainaa
rey udd udd jaaye
ho udd udd jaaye
gagan mein morey nainaa aa
bann mein boley
bann mein boley bulbul
aur mann mein boley mainaa
ho bann mein boley

ye meethhi meethhi ghadiyaan
jo moti si thin ladiyaan
oo oooo ooo oo oo ooo
haahhhaa aaahhaaa hhhaaa hhhaaaa
ye meethi meethi ghadiyaan
o jo moti si thin ladiyaan
o lagee lagee phaagun mein
phoolon ki phuljadiyaan
ho phoolon ki phuljhadiyaan
main kis sey kahoon oon oon
kis sey kahoon
main kis sey kahoon
baat meri kaun suney bainaa
rey udd udd jaaye
ho udd udd jaaye
gagan mein morey naainaa aan aa
bann mein boley

ye meethhi meethhi ghadiyaan
jo moti si thhin ladiyaan
ho o ho o ho o
haahhhaa aaahhaaa hhhaaa hhhaaaa
ye meethi meethi ghadiyaan
o jo moti si thin ladiyaan
ho lagee lagee phaagun mein
phoolon ki phuljadiyaan
ho phoolon ki phuljhadiyaan
main kis sey kahoon oon oon
kis sey kahoon
main kis sey kahoon
baat meri kaun suney bainaa
rey udd udd jaaye
ho udd udd jaaye
gagan mein morey naainaa aan aa
bann mein boley


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Blog Day :

4700 Post No. : 16397

“Hatim Tai”(1956) was produced and directed by Homi Wadia for Basant Pictures, Bombay. This movie had Shakila, Jairaj, Meenaxi, Naina, Krishna Kumari, Kamal, Menaka,
S.N.Tripathi, B.M.Vyas, Sheikh, Vasantrao Pahlwan, Qamar,Dalpat, W.M.Khan, Shree Bhagwan, Habib Sandow, Nagpal, Sardar Mansoor, Master Pakoo, Abdullah, Kusum, Poonam, Vitha, Pushpa, Manda, Chanda, Shukla, Chand, Geeta, Priscilla, Ranibala, Triza, Natalie, Sunila,Sumitra, Bismillah, M.K.Hasan, Mithoo Miya, Aga Shapoor, Korega, Julian, Yadav, Kalla, Rajkumar, Rattan, Aflatoon, Sukumar etc in it.

The movie had nine songs in it. Six songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the seventh song from “Hatim Tai”(1956) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Shamshad Begam and chorus. B D Mishra is the lyricist. Music is composed by S N Tripathi.

The song is picturised on a very young and exotic looking Helen, with other female dancers.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

Video link:

Song-Ham aazaad hon jahaan dil mein pyaar ho jawaan (Hatim Tai)(1956) Singer-Shamshad Begam, Lyrics-B D Mishra, MD-S N Tripathi
Female chorus

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

hhaahhaa haaa
hhaahhaa haaa
hhaahhaa haaa

haaa aaaaa aaaa aaaa
haaa aaaaa aaaa aaa
haaa aaaaa aaaa haa aaaa aaaa
hhaa aaa haaa haaa

hum aazaad hon jahaan
dil mein pyaar ho jawaan
ho bahaar ka samaa
zindagi hai waheen
hum aazaad hon jahaan
dil mein pyaar ho jawaan
ho bahaar ka samaa
zindagi hai waheen

rahen milke wahaan hum jahaan gham na ho
rahen milke wahaan hum jahaan gham na ho
mil gayee jo khushi woh kabhi kam na ho
mil gayee jo khushi woh kabhi kam na ho
ek nayaa aashiyaan hum banaayein wahaan
mastiyaan ho jahaan zindagi hai waheen
hum aazaad hon jahaan dil mein pyaar ho jawaan
ho bahaar ka samaa zindagi hai waheen

o khudaa kar reham
teri duniyaa mein hum
sah rahey hain sitam
mushqilon mein hai jaan
zor chaltaa naheen
gham ye taltaa naheen
dum nikaltaa nahin
haaye jaayein kahaan
o khudaa aa aaa aa aaa
ho khudaa aaa aaa
o khudaa aa aa aaa
o khudaaa aaaaaaa


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Blog Day :

4690 Post No. : 16374

“Maalik”(1958) was produced by Naushad and directed by S M Yusuf for Sunny Art Productions, Bombay. This movie had Suraiyya,Talat Mahmood, Lalita Pawar,Jeevan, Kumar, Paro, Roopmala, Malika, Shalini, Akbar, Kaisar Bai, Radha Kishen, Mukri, Badriprasad, Jagdeep, Prakash, Shahji, Baby Shashi, Master Azaad,Ismayil,Tuntun, Jaago,Maqbool, Siddique, Wasi, Nawab, M Y Shaikh etc in it.

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

Here is the seventh song from “Maalik”(1958) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Shamshad Begam and Bande Hasan. Shakeel Badayuni is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ghulam Mohammad.

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

Lyrics of this sing ere sent to me by Prakashchandra.


Song-Main naaheen boloon sajnaa jaa (Maalik)(1958) Singers-Shamshad Begam, Bande Hasan, Lyrics-Shakeel Badayuni, MD-Ghulam Mohammad
Chorus

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

teer nazron ke chalaaye
dard dil mein bhar diyaa
mere chhotey se jiyaa ko o
tooney ghaayal
kar r r diyaa
aaa aaa aaa aaa

sajnaa jaa
main naaheen boloon
sajnaa jaa
main naaheen boloon
sajnaa jaa
jeevan bhar na maaf karoongi
teri ye khataa
kyon
jeevan bhar na maaf karoongi ee
teri ye khataa
naaheen boloon sajnaa jaa
main naaheen boloon sajnaa jaa

aaa aaa aaa aaa aaa
meri jaan tum kaho to o o o o o o
chheer kar dil apna dikhlaa aa dein
haan aaan aaan aan
haan aaan aaan aan
agar tum hamse maango
chaand taarey
tod kar laa dein
hhaan aaa aaan aaaan aan aaaan

apni badaayee
apney munh se ae
dilwaaley kab karte hain aen
aeijee dilwaaley kab karte hain
pyaar hai jin kaa sachcha woh to
pyaar hai jin kaa sachcha woh to
chupke hi chupkey ae
marte hain aen aen
aeijee chupke hi chupkey marte hain
aeijee marte hain
koyi na jaaney main pehchaanoon
tere dil mein kyaa
kyaaa
koyi na jaaney main pehchaanoon
tere ae dil mein kyaa
naaheen bolooon sajnaa jaaa

aankh se jaadoo karne waaley
dil mein samaanaa mushqil hai
aeijee dil mein samaanaa mushqil hai
preet lagaanaa aasaan hai
preet lagaanaa aasaan hai
aur preet nibhaanaa mushqil hai ae
aeijee preet nibhaanaa mushqil hai
aeijee mushqil hai
main sab jaanoon dhang tihaarey
baatein na banaa
haayye
main sab jaanoon dhang tihaarey aey ae
baatein naa banaa
naaheen boloon sajnaa jaa
main naaheen boloon sajnaa jaaa


This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day:

4680 Post No. : 16360

This post is coming two days late. Talat Sb’s anniversary of passing away was two days ago (9th May). In preparation and delayed, this post remembers Talat Sb, the velvet voiced wonder who is one of the mainstays of the fond memories of the golden age of Hindi film  music – an era when melody was the queen.

A rare and opportune gathering of talented stars, singers, music makers and writers once came together at the coordinates of a place called Bombay (now Mumbai).  Fortune has a timing of its own, and blessed are those who witnessed this gathering, and also those who continue to enjoy their creations and their histrionics. An august assembly that pulled together in 1940s, it continued gathering momentum along with the fervor of the newly independent India.

But as all good things, this assembly waned and started to fade away after three decades of having held spellbound a young nation, with a full spectrum of emotional flavors. The resonance of those times still rings in the ears and flows with the wind and water of this land. The echoes still entertain, still charm and engross multiple generations of music lovers.

Introduction to Talat Sb is not necessary. But the memories are. And more importantly, it is the celebration of the memories that is essential. Celebrities and performers abound in every generation, every century. But the history remembers only them who are remembered by later generations.

Searching for a song from his earlier films, I chanced to find this one which has not yet been posted on our blog. The film is ‘Ratnadeep’ from 1952. As I check the lists, I find that the film has 8 songs listed in the Geet Kosh. Of these, 5 songs are already showcased on our blog. Talat Sb has sung three songs for this film. Two are duets with Geeta Dutt, and one solo. The two duets are already present here. I bring on the solo song of Talat Sb today.

The film ‘Ratnadeep’ is a production of Chitramaya, Calcutta (now Kolkata) and is produced and directed by Debaki Kumar Bose.  The film is based on the famous novel of same name by Prabhat Kumar Mukhopadhyay (1873-1932). Prabhat Kumar was a barrister by profession and later a professor of law at University of Calcutta. He started writing while still studying at school, and his poems were published in Bangla magazines. He became famous for his short stories which looked at life using a light-hearted lens. As an author he has published more than 100 short stories and 14 novels. ‘Ratnadeep’ is the most well known of his novels.

The cast of actors of this film is listed as Anuva Gupta, Manju Dey, Molina Devi, Chhaya Devi, Tangamani, Harini, Bakul Ghosh, Abhi Bhattacharya, Pahadi Sanyal, Niteesh Mukherji, Tulsi Chakravarty, Kamal Mishra, Raj Kumar Soni, Sudheer  Chakraborty, Gokul Mukherji and Gauri Shankar.

Music for this film is composed by Robin Chatterji. Two songs of this film are traditional verses, one by Vidyapati and another by Meerabai. The remaining six songs have been penned by Pt Madhur and Pran Mahendra. However, the sharing of songs between these two lyricists is not known. So the tag for lyricist is indicated as ‘Unattributed’.

This is a true vintage Talat song – the perfect voice picked by the music director to render it. The words in the song tells about unfulfilled love, expressing aspirations and longing for things that could have been. The words are lovely, and the rendition by Talat Sb touches the strings of the heart inside.

Listen and enjoy this lesser known, lesser heard wonderful song of Talat Sb.

 

Song – Agar Dil Ke Taaron Pe Main Chhed Sakta (Ratnadeep) (1952) Singer – Talat Mehmood, Lyrics – [Unattributed], MD – Robin Chatterjee

Lyrics

agar dil ke taaron pe
main chhed sakta
nai zindagi ka naya sa taraana
agar dil ke taaron pe

na manzil ki chaahat
mere dil mein hoti
na manzil ki chaahat
mere dil mein hoti
meri pyaas ulfat ke
naghmon mein khoti
mere naqsh e paa hi
mere naqsh e paa hi
bataate thikaana
agar dil ke taaron pe

main lehron ke haa..aathon mein
patwaar de kar
jo baste hain dil mein
unhen saath le kar
bahut door saahil se
le jaata kashti
na wo rehte wo
aur na main meri hasti
na wo rehte wo
aur na main meri hasti
magar haa..aaye
adhoora rahega apna fasaana
nai zindagi ka naya sa taraana
nai zindagi ka naya sa taraana
agar dil ke taaron pe

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Hindi Script Lyrics
(Provided by Sudhir)
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अगर दिल के तारों पे
मैं छेड़ सकता
नई ज़िंदगी का नया सा तराना
अगर दिल के तारों पे

ना मंज़िल की चाहत
मेरे दिल में होती
ना मंज़िल की चाहत
मेरे दिल में होती
मेरी प्यास उलफत के
नग़मों में खोती
मेरे नक़्श ए पा ही
मेरे नक़्श ए पा ही
बताते ठिकाना
अगर दिल के तारों पे

मैं लहरों के हा॰॰थों में
पतवार दे कर
जो बसते हैं दिल में
उन्हें साथ लेकर
बहुत दूर साहिल से
ले जाता कश्ती
ना वो रहते वो
और ना मैं मेरी हस्ती
ना वो रहते वो
और ना मैं मेरी हस्ती
मगर हा॰॰य
अधूरा रहेगा अपना फसाना
नई ज़िंदगी का नया सा तराना
नई ज़िंदगी का नया सा तराना
अगर दिल के तारों पे


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Blog Day :

4675 Post No. : 16351

“Jalti Nishaani”(1957) was produced by A G Dhanik and directed by Harish. This “Costume drama”(Veshbhoosha pradhan) movie had Geeta Bali, Kamal Kapoor, Ulhas, Kuldeep Kaur, Sundar, Chaman Puri, Indu Pal, Sheikh, Nazeer Kashmiri, Kamal, Mohan, Fazle Kareem, Patanjali, Nathan Raj, Ajeet, K Dukhiya, Asha, Meena, Najma etc in it.

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

Here is the sixth song from “Jalti Nishaani”(1957) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Shamshad Behgam and Meena Kapoor. Qamar Jalalabadi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Anil Biswas.

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

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

Audio link:

Song-Saaf bata de o hajaayee tu dilbar hai kiska (Jalti Nishaani)(1957) Singers-Shamshad Begum, Meena Kapoor, Lyrics-Qamar Jalalabadi, MD-Anil Biswas

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

arrey o o o o Teesmaar khaan

saaf bataa dey ae
o harjaayee ee
tu dilbar hai kis ka
saaf bataa dey ae ae
o harjaayee ee
tu dilbar hai kis ka

jaa rey jaa
tujhe dekh liyaa
kahin aankh ladin
aur khiskaa
khiskaa
khiskaa
saaf bataa dey
o harjaayee ee
tu dilbar hai kis ka
saaf bataa dey ae

mast nigaahein
qaafir qaafir
sau raahen aur ek musaafir
qaafir qaafir ek musafir

ek ka ho jaa o deewaaney
ek ka ho jaa o deewaaney
yaa us ka
yaa is ka
ho jaa aa
yaa us ka

yaa is ka
kis kaa
saaf bataa dey ae
o harjaayee ee
tu dilbar hai kis ka
saaf bataa dey ae

duniyaa mein kuchch kaam to kar jaa aa
jeene waaley mujhpe mar ja
hho mar jaa mar jaa..aa
jeene waaley mujhpe mar jaaa

o balle balle balle balle balle ae ae
maar ke na woh
chadh jaa soolee
rastaa dekhey kis ka
chadh jaa soolee
rasta dekhey kis ka
kis kaa
saaf bataa dey ae
o harjaayee eee
tu dilbhar hai kis ka
saaf bataa dey ae

ek nazar qurbaan hai us par
ek nazar kab se hai is par
ek nazar qurbaan hai us par

dil kehta hai is ka us ka
is ka us ka
is ka us ka
khiska
khiskaa
o khiska
khiskaa
khiskaa

saaf bataa dey ae
o harjaayee eee
tu dilbar hai kis ka

jaa rey ja tujhe dekh liya
kahin aankh lade aur
khiskaa
khiskaa
khiskaa aa


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4659 Post No. : 16328

“Bhaagyawaan”(1953) was produced by Mahipatre Shah and Anoopchand Shah and directed by Datta Dharmadhikari for Roopkamal Chitra, Bombay. The movie had Nirupa Ror, Raja Nene, Radhakishan, Yashodhara Katju, Ratan Kumar, Qamar, Baby Mala, Alhad, Balraj, Shakuntala etc in it.

THis “social” movie had five songs in it. Two songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Bhaagyawaan”(1953) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Sulochana Kadam and Madhubala Jhavery. Saraswati Kumar Deepak is the lyricist. Music is composed by Avinash Vyas.

Only the audio of the song is available. My guess is that Nirupa Ray has played the Bhabhi in this movie and lip synced in Madhubala Jhavery’s voice in this song. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of the song.


Song-Meri bhaabhi ne bheja sandesa (Bhaagyawaan)(1953) Singers-Sulochana Kadam, Madhubala Jhavery, Lyrics-Saraswati Kumar Deepak, MD-Avinash Vyas

Lyrics

meri bhaabhi ne bheja sandesa
jiya jhoom jhoom jhoom kar gaaye
kaun duniya mein hoga mujh jaisa
jiya room jhoom kar gaaye
jiya rom jhoom kar gaaye

meri bhaabhi kitni achchi
kitna laad ladaati
paas nahin hoti hai mere
mujhko nahin rulaati
meri bhaabhi ka
o meri bhaabhi ka, pyaar ye hai kaisa
nahin meri samajh mein aaye
meri bhaabhi ne bheja sandesa
jiya room jhoom kar gaaye
jiya room jhoom kar gaaye

bhagwaa aa aa aa aan
bhagwaan bhed ye kaisa
nahin meri samajh mein aaye
ek hi dharti
ek hi ambar
ek hi jeev banaaye
ek abhaaga ek saubhaaga
ek hi seep ke moti
ek daal ke do phoolon ko, duniya kahaan pe roki
ek koi maathe par rakhta, ek koi thhukraaye
nahin meri samajh me aaye
bhagwaa aa aa aa aa aa aan

mujhe bulaayegi meri bhaabhi
degi doodh katore
degi doodh katore
mujhe sulayegi meri bhaabhi
suna suna kar lori,
suna suna kar lori
bhaag ki toone khoob banaai dori
kahin hansaaye kahin rulaaye
baat na jaaye todi
bhookha nanha munna kaise
apna man bahlaaye
pankh nahin hai jo ud jaati
devar mujhe bulaaye
mera devar mujhe bulaaye


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Blog Day :

4656 Post No. : 16324

“Firdaus”(1953) was produced by M S Ahluwalia and directed by Vasant Joglekar for New Premier Films, Bombay. The movie had Geeta Bali, Anoop Kumar, Rama, Om Prakash, Lalita Pawar, Jamaal Amrohi, Badri Prasad, Randhir, Pesi Patel, and Vasant Thengadi etc in it with Ashok Kumar in guest appearance.

The movie had eight songs in it, all being female solos, sung by four singers- Rajkumari (3), Geeta Dutt(2), Asha Bhonsle (2) and Lata Mangeshkar (1). Two songs have been covered so far.

Here is the third song from “Firdaus”(1953) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Rajkumar. D N Madhok is the lyricist. Music is composed by Robin Chatterjee.

Only the audio of the song is available. The song sounds like a mujra song to me, going by its lyrics. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Dekhi re anaadi tori preet (Firdaus)(1953) Singer-Rajkumari, Lyrics-D N Madhok, MD-Robin Chatterjee

Lyrics

dekhi re anaadi tori preet
dekhi re anaadi tori preet
dekhi re anaadi tori preet
anaadi tori preet

jhooth mooth ki baat ko
maine jaana saanch
ab door khade muskaat ho o o
dekh begaani aanch(?)
mare hue ko marna yaa kaahe ki reet ho
kaahe ki reet
anaadi tori preet
anaadi tori preet
dekhi re anaadi tori preet

tum bin jeena maut baraabar
tum bin jina maut baraabar
aur julam bedardi na kar
aur julam bedardi na kar
hamne apni haar maan li ee ee ee ee
hamne apni haar maan li
maan li tori jeet
maani tori jeeet
dekhi re anaadi tori preet
anaadi tori preet
dekhi re
dekhi re anaadi
anaadi tori preet
dekhi re anaadi tori preet


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