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“Arab Ka Saudaagar” (1956) was directed by S D Narang for New Original Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Pradeep Kumar, Smriti Biswas, Shashikala, Sundar, Narang, Hiralal etc in it.

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

Here is the second song from “Arab Ka Saudaagar” (1956) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Hemant Kumar. S H Bihari is the lyricist. Music is composed by Hemant Kumar.

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


Song-Tera hee aasraa hai o do jahaanwaale (Arab Ka Saudaagar)(1956) Singer-Hemant Kumar, Lyrics-S H Bihari, MD-Hemant Kumar

Lyrics

tera hee aasra hai
o do jahaanwaale
tera hee aasra hai
o do jahaanwaale
hai bekason ki kashti ee
maalik tere hawaale ae
tera hee aasra hai
o do jahaanwaale

Isaa ko toone zaalimon ke
panje se thha chhudaaya
moosa ko toone maujo mein bhi
raasta dikhaaya
barbaad ho rahi hai
duniya meri
bachha le ae
tera hee aasra hai
o do jahaanwaale

kashti ye ?? toone
toofaan se bachaai
maine tujhe pukaara
maalik teri duhaai
maalik teri duhaai
sun le kisi ke dil se
nikle huye yeh naale
tera hee aasra hai
o do jahaanwaale

raham-o-karam pe tere
duniya ki zindagi hai
tu maar ya bacha de
maalik teri khushi hai
maalik teri khushi hai
mit’ti ho agar mohabbat
mujhko bhi tu uthha le
tera hee aasra hai
o do jahaanwaale
o do jahaanwaale
o do jahaanwaale
o do jahaanwaale

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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.

Report on Gangout in Mumbai on 29-4-2017, Part 1
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It so happened that Bakshish Singh ji had informed me that he would be in Mumbai, for a week, in February. Later on he informed that author Javed Hamid ji will also accompany him and so he suggested that we meet on 25th February 2017. Accordingly, all arrangements were made and plans were drawn by me and Sadanand ji. However, around 20th February or so, Bakshish ji informed me that due to a death in the family, he had cancelled his visit. So, the meeting was postponed to April end when, as per him, he would come to Mumbai with Sudhir ji and Javed ji.

In the meantime, Bharatbhai had left for a long trip to USA. These things were not new to me. even in the past,such planned meetings had been cancelled in Mumbai. Maximum number of Gangouts were planned, cancelled and also held in Mumbai, in last few years. Sigh ! Anyway, come April and once again Mails started flying between me, Sudhir ji and Sadanand ji. Now of course only two of us, me and Sadanand ji remained in Mumbai as active participants.( Nitin ji in Indore and no response from Nahm ji ). To further precipitate the matters, even Sadanand ji had expressed his doubts due to a proposed US visit. Luckily that was postponed and he was available.

Lo and behold ! As if it was mandatory, there was a death in the family of Bakshish Singh ji this time also and he cancelled his programme again. Sudhir ji too informed that even his programme was doubtful. I was following advise from Shrikrishna to Arjuna in Geeta- be a Sthitapradnya- स्थितप्रज्ञ – in adverse conditions. Means do not get affected by happenings surrounding you. I was mentally prepared for yet another cancellation of the Gangout. ( Anyway, I have decided to suggest to Bakshish Sngh ji that he should announce that he is going to Kolkata and coolly come to Mumbai !).

Sudhir ji, Bakshish Singh ji and Javed ji had plans to visit Pune also, after their seminar ( on 30th April and 1st May) was over. Because of the changed plans, even Javed ji wanted to cancel his Mumbai visit. In addition to all this, some health problem in Sudhir ji’s family put the whole plan in jeopardy !

All this uncertainty was causing hurdles in planning anything concrete for the Gangout. We were not even sure if it will take place. In all the earlier Gangouts at my place, we had lunch and Tea arrangements made by my daughters at home ( in Sudhir ji’s words “Anju-Manju event management company”). This time however, both daughters were not available, so we decided to make it a hybrid programme. My cook will make Chapati and Rice, other food will be ordered from outside and Sadanand ji would take care of the Sweets, while coming. From our side everything was planned and we sat with crossed fingers.

Finally,just one day prior to the Gangout, i.e. on Friday the 28th April, Sudhir ji confirmed that he and Javed ji have boarded the train for Mumbai and would arrive on 29th morning, as scheduled. He also confirmed that Bakshish singh ji, with all the difficulties, would reach Mumbai next day,i.e. on 30th….he would miss the Gangout but we could meet later. We heaved a sigh of relief and I gave all the finishing touches to the meeting.

As scheduled, Sudhir ji and Javed ji arrived in Mumbai on the morning of 29th April. Their train was one hour late. They alighted at Borivali and took a taxi to my place in Andheri. Normally the taxi fare would be around 250 to 300 rupees,depending on the traffic on the road. I was surprised that the Taxi driver charged them Rs. 600. They said even the meter showed this amount. This is an old trick used for outsiders, by the drivers. What they do is, they do not close the earlier trip meter to zero. Thus when the new passenger sits in the taxi, the meter starts from last reading.

I was very happy to see both of them. They were offered a welcome drink of Nimbu-Pani and over the drinks, they got the good news that they were cheated by the Taxi driver. With a sad heart, they freshened up and then had a breakfast of hot Upma and Idli sambar and Tea. By this time it was 11 am. At about 11.30 am Sadanand ji arrived with a box of sweets and Namkeen ( Kothimbir-vadi, a local delicacy) and finally….the meeting started. ( End of Part – 1 ).

Today’s song is from the film “Awara Shehzadi”-1956. The film makes its debut on the Blog with its first song.

Awara seems to be a favourite prefix of film titles. There are a total of 14 film titles having Awara in it. Funnily, the original “Awara Shehzada”was a film of 1933. It took 23 years to bring about a female version of the Title with Awara Shehzadi in 1956 ! Incidentally, film ‘Awara Shehzada’-33 was the First Talkie film, having a Double Role. Shahu Modak had done the roles of the Prince ( Rajkumar) and the Pauper ( Bholaram) in this film. It was directed by Master Vithal, the First Hero of First Talike of India, “Aalam Ara “-1931.

Film Awara Shehzadi-56 was produced by Hind Pictures and the Producer/Director was one Pyarelal. I do not know anything about this Pyarelal, but Hind pictures was originally established and owned by the successful Actor and Director Nazir Ahmed Khan. During the Partition riots, Hind pictures studio was burnt by the mob. Nazir Ahmed stood there,smoking a cigarette,watching his property turn into ashes. He must be glad, nobody recognised him. He knew that in Lahore, same type of frenzied mob had burnt Dalsukh Pancholi’s studio to ashes and he had expected its repercussions in India too. After this, shortly,he left everything he had earned in India here only and with only worn clothes left for Pakistan. There he started fro scratch again and became Pakistan’s successful produce/Director. This time he had his third wife, actress Swarnalata with him. His second wife Sitara Devi had eloped with his nephew K.Asif ( he ran a Tailoring shop then) to Delhi. Under the “Enemy Property law”-48, Hind picture studios must have been allotted to some person who had lost everything in Pakistan. May be this was that Pyarelal. I do not know. He produced and directed 4 films under the same banner-Hind pictures.

Film ‘Awara Shehzadi ‘ -56 had two MDs. Jimmy and Nashad. Composer Jimmy is one of those little known composers who never got fame or name in spite of their Talents. His real name was JAMES SINGH. he was a Christian sikh from Ludhiana. He was educated in Delhi. He started his career in Hindi films as a singer in Chorus. he could play many western instruments, especially all types of Guitars. When he failed as a singer, he became assistant to many composers. Finally, he got his chance to compose few songs for film ‘Muqaddar-50’,though with Khemchand Prakash and Bhola Shreshtha. He composed 2 duets of Asha and Kishore. The credit of teaching ” Yodelling ” to Kishore Kumar goes to Jimmy. Kishore ‘yodelled ‘ for the first time in this film.

Jimmy then gave music in 14 more films like, Shrimati ji, Smuggler, Awara Shehzadi, Sher e Baghdad, Nek khatoon, Pathan, Miss Chaalbaaz, Tarzan and Gorilla, Duniya hai dilwalon ki, Tarzan in fairy land, Khoon aur sazaa, Pyar ki baazi ,Aakhir and his last film, Sachhi Ibadat-1987. Inspite of giving sweet and melodious songs of a variety, Jimmy never came up to A class. He always remained a composer for C grade films. Anyway, as long as Kishore’s yodelling is heard, Jimmy’s name will be remembered.

In spite of my efforts, I could find only one song of this film on You Tube, so that way, it is a rare song. There were 7 songs in the film. 4 were composed by Jimmy and 3 by Nashad. Today’s song has a very good tune. Somewhere I felt that the same tune is used by another song in some film,but I could not remember that song. If any reader finds that song with similar tune, kindly put a comment here. The song is sung by Geeta Dutt and chorus. The Lyricist was Khawar Jama ( what a name ! ), who wrote 75 songs in 28 films- mostly B and C grade films. He had acted also in film Chandu-58.

The story of Awara Shehzadi was a typical one. The lead pair was Meena Shorey and Daljit. Daljit ( real name Jogender Puri) was born on 17-9-1931. He acted in 43 films and directed 2 films. All Stunt and action films. He had done 11 films with Chitra.

Meena is an unfortunate princess, who was abandoned by her father, because she was declared as a girl with lot of misfortune. A loyal maid took her and brought her up for 20 years. When she comes to know the truth, she decides to regain her position and heads to the Capital of the kingdom.

On her way, she meets a dancer. She takes her costume and proceeds. She meets the hero, who is like a Robin Hood. They fall in love. After completing the mandatory songs around trees etc, they proceed to the city. There are a series of funny and daring incidents. They are arrested as thieves, jailed, put in mental asylum and also sentenced to death. However with the help of good luck, friends and the team of Director and script writers they finally reach the king and reveal their identity.
Everything is fine after that and the lovers sing a song before the film closes.

Now let us enjoy this song.

Editor’s note- As many as 120 movies were released in the year 1956. This movie is the 100th movie of 1956 to find representation in the blog.


Song-Naach rahi naach rahi champakali (Aawaara Shahzaadi)(1956) Singer- Geeta Dutt, Lyrics- Khawar Zamaan, MD- Jimmy
Chorus

Lyrics

naach rahi naach rahi champaakali
kismat kahaan se kahaan le chali
haay kismat kahaan se kahaan le chali
champaakali champaakali champaakali
ho naach rahi naach rahi champaakali
ho naach rahi naach rahi champaakali

o o
gham ka fasana kisko sunaaun
dil ki lagi koi na jaane
gham ka fasaana kisko sunaaun
dil ki lagi koi na jaane
aankhon mein aansoo honthon pe aahen
sun le o zaalim zamaane
champaakali champaakali champaakali
ho naach rahi naach rahi champaakali
ho naach rahi naach rahi champaakali

naach naach naach rahi champaakali
kismat kahaan se kahaan le chali
haay kismat kahaan se kahaan le chali

o o o
aaho se khele taraane khushi ke
aankho mein ashkon ke mele
aahon se khele taraane khushi ke
aankhon mein ashkon ke mele
kismat ke teeron ka ban kar nishaana
rah gaye ham to akele
o o o
champaakali champaakali champaakali
ho naach rahi naach rahi champaakali
ho naach rahi naach rahi champaakali

naach naach naach rahi champakali
kismat kahaan se kahaan le chali
hay kismat kahaan se kahaan le chali

o o o
chhaai khizaayen dil ke chaman mein
roothi hain hamse bahaaren
chhaai khizaayen dil ke chaman mein
roothi hain hamse bahaaren
ujdi huyi hai khushiyon ki duniya
aise mein kisko pukaaren
champaakali champaakali champaakali
ho naach rahi naach rahi champaakali
ho naach rahi naach rahi champaakali


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“Jallaad”(1956) was produced and directed by J B Lulla for Filmdom, Bombay. This B grade movie had Munawwar Sultana, Veena, Nasir, Tiwari, S Nazeer, Heera Sawant, Dabboo, Nagpal, Dhanraj, Sheila Vaz, Gope etc in it.

This fantasy movie had seven songs in it that were penned by four lyricists.

Here is the first song from “Jallaad”(1956) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Rafi and Asha Bhonsle. Shewan Rizvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Naashaad.

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

With this song, “Jallaad”(1956) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Husn yahaan ishq wahaan (Jallaad)(1956) Singers-Rafi, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Shewan Rizvi, MD-Naashaad

Lyrics

ishq yahaan aan aan aan
husn yahaan ishq wahaan
donon haseen donon jawaan

ishq kahe husn sune
pyaar bhari dastaan aan aan
husn yahaan aan aan
ishq yahaan aan aan aan

dil ka ye baazaar hai ae ae ae
dil ka ye baazaar hai
dil hi khareedar hai
dil hi khareedar
khareedar
khareedaar hai
sochta hai dil mein kya
sauda mazedaar hai
sochta hai dil mein kya
sauda mazedaar hai
aayega na laut ke phir ye samaan
donon haseen donon jawaan

ishq kahe husn sune
pyaar bhari daastaan aan aan aan
husn yahaan aan aan aan
ishq yahaan aan aan aan

aayi hai rangeen raat aat
aayi hai rangeen raat
rakh de mere dil pe haath
rakh de mere dil pe haath
rakh de mere dil pe haath
dhadkanon ke saaz par
sun le zara ek baat
dhadkanon ke saaz par
sun le zara ek baat
raat to phir aayegi par hum kahaan
donon haseen donon jawaan
ishq kahe husn sune
pyaar bhari dastaan aan aan aan

tujhmein hai gar hausla aa aa aa
tujhmein hai gar hausla
haath badha jaam uthha
haath badha jaam uthha
ho haath badha jaam uthha
kal ka na kar aitbaar
dam ka bharosa hai kya
kal ka na kar aitbaar
dam ka bharosa hai kya
zindagi armaanon ka hai kaarwaan
donon haseen donon jawaan

ishq kahe husn sune
pyaar bhari daastaan aan aan aan
husn yahaan ishq wahaan
donon haseen donon jawaan

ishq kahe husn sune
pyaar bhari dastaan aan aan aan
husn yahaan aan aan aan
ishq yahaan aan aan


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“Guru Ghantaal”(1956) was produced by R N Sharma and N K Kaushik and directed by S M Yusuf for V K Pictures, Bombay. This movie had Shiela Ramani, Motilal, Usha Kiran, Agha, Sundar, Mirza Musharraf, Paro, Sheikh, Kesri, Vijaybala, Ravikant , Jagdev etc in it.

According to HFGK, there were nine songs in the movie. Two songs from the movie have been covered in the blog.

Here is the third song from “Guru Ghantaal”(1956) to appear in the blog. HFGK mentions this song as a duet by Rafi and Geeta Dutt. On listening through the uploads of this song, one notices that this song has two versions. One version is sung by Rafi , Geeta Dutt and chorus, whereas another version has some additional uncredited voices as well.

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.

Part I

Part II

Song-Ye kaise yog liya sarkaar (Guru Ghantaal)(1956) Singers-Geeta Dutt, Rafi, Lyrics-Pt Gaafil, MD-Lachchiram

Lyrics
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Part II
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ye kaise
yog liya sarkaar

badal kar bhesh mere dildaar
mere dildaar
badal kar bhesh mere dildaar
ye kaise yog liya sarkaar
mere sarkaaar
na kar takraar
meri sarkaar
tumhaara khench ke laaya pyaar
tumhaara

badal kar bhesh mere dildaar
ye kaise yog liya sarkaar
mere sarkaaar
na kar takraar
meri sarkaar
tumhaara khench ke laaya pyaar
tumhaara
hahahaha

jag waalon se nazar bacha ke
lekar maala tilak laga ke
lekar maala tilak laga ke
tilak laga ke
saajan kyun chhoda gharbaar
badal kar bhesh mere dildaar
mere dildaaar
aha
na kar takraar meri sarkar
tumhara khench ke laya pyaar
tumhaara

badal kar bhesh mere dildaar
ye kaise yog liya sarkar
mere sarkaaar
na kar takraar meri sarkar
tumhara khench ke laaya pyaar
tumhara
haha

ladki o ladki
ladki kadki aur bekaari
raam mister raam
mister raam bane hain prem pujaari
are ladki kadki aur bekaari
raam mister raam
mister raam bane hai prem pujari
o lekar chimta aur khartaal
bajaaye hum veena ke taar

o chhodo chhodo ji sarkar
mere sarkar
na kar takraar meri sarkar
tumhara khench ke laaya pyaar
tumhaara

badal kar bhesh mere dildaar
ye kaise yog liya sarkar
mere sarkaaar
haha
na kar takraar meri sarkar
tumhara khench ke laaya pyaar
tumhaara
haha

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part II
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o chhodo chhodo ji sarkaar
mere sarkaar
na kar takraar
meri sarkaar
tumhaara khench ke laaya pyaar
tumhaara

badal kar bhesh mere dildaar
ye kaise yog liya sarkaar
mere sarkaaar
hahaha
na kar takraar
meri sarkaar
tumhaara khench ke laaya pyaar
tumhaara
haha

chaar sau bees
o four twenty
arre waah waah
four twenty
prem pujaari
bane na durgat kahin tumhaari
four twenty
prem pujaari
bane na durgat kahin tumhaari
sambhal ja
kadkon ke sarkaar
kahin joote na pade hazaar
daran dan dindar dandan daa
patik lapatakik ??vurr

mere sarkaaar
na kar takraar
meri sarkaar
tumhara khench ke laaya pyaar
tumhaara

badal kar bhesh mere dildaar
ye kaise yog liya sarkaar
mere sarkaaar
hahaha
na kar takraar
meri sarkaar
tumhaara khench ke laaya pyaar
pyaar
pyaar
pyaar
bakshanhaar o kartaar
maula karega beda paar
bakshanhaar o kartaar
maula karega beda paar
o o o o
raam ki leela nyaari ee ee ee
raam ki leela nyaari re bande
raam ki leela nyaari
ho o o o
raam ki leela nyaari ee

jag taaran taaran bhavhi bhanjan
dharni dhaar
o dekho raam ki leela
raam ki leela
raam ki leela aa aa
raam ki leela nyaari re saadho
raam ki leela nyaari ho o o
raam ki leela nyaari

bhajo raadhe ae ae
bhajo raadhe ae ae ae
bhajo raadhe
ae ae ae

bhajo raadhe govind
bhajo raadhe govind

bhajo raadhe
o bhajo raadhe
bhajo raadhe
bhajo raadhe

bhajo raadhe govind
bhajo raadhe govind
bhajo raadhe govind
bhajo raadhe govind
bhajo raadhe govind
bhajo raadhe govind
bhajo raadhe govind
bhajo raadhe govind
bhajo raadhe govind
bhajo raadhe govind
bhajo raadhe govind
bhajo raadhe govind
bhajo raadhe govind


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It is my turn today to celebrate a ‘Yippeee’.  I am not sure if I have specifically announced a ‘Yippeee’ in any of my earlier posts. Possibly that could have been before the term ‘Yippeee’ was coined. Today we announce the completion of posting of all songs of the 1956 film ‘Makheechoos’. The important thing for me is that the music is by that unsung genius Vinod.
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“Fighting Queen”(1956) was produced and directed by Nari Ghadiali for NKG productions. This stunt movie had the usual cast of Nadia, John Cawas, Pramila, Sheikh, Habeeb, Shamim Chaudhari, Noorjahaan, Anjum, Hanuman, Mustafa, Azeem, Ahmad, S Jahangeer, Shankar Shambhu qawwaal etc in it.
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“Jaldeep”(1956) was produced by Mahendranath and directed by Kidar Sharma for Children’s Film Society. This movie had Ashok Kumar, Preetibala, Dubey, Chandan, Mala Sinha, Achla Sachdev etc in it.
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“Aabroo” (1956) was directed by Chaturbhuj Doshi for Uma Chitra production, Bombay. The movie had Kamini Kaushal, Kishore Kumar, Madan Puri, Achla Sachdev, Smriti Biswas etc in it.
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“Indra Leela”(1956) was produced by Malikchand Kochar, M A and directed by Rajendra Sharma for Nirmal Pictures, Bombay. This mythological movie had Trilok Kapoor, Kuldeep Kaur, S N Tripathi, Leela Mishra, Rajendra Singh, Indu Pal, Rajkumar, Ram Raseela, Lalit Kapoor, Nirmal Kumar, Kamaldeep, Chawla, Uma Devi, Uma Dutt, Amarnath Tripathi etc in it.
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“Aabroo” (1956) was directed by Chaturbhuj Doshi for Uma Chitra production, Bombay. The movie had Kamini Kaushal, Kishore Kumar, Madan Puri, Achla Sachdev, Smriti Biswas etc in it.
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