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Blog Day : 4199 Post No. : 15383

Hullo Atuldom

Happy festival at the outset.

A festival that goes by various names :- Makara Sankranti (AP, Karnataka, Kerala, Goa, Maharashtra), Pongal (TN & Pondicherry), Lohri (Punjab, Haryana, Delhi), Sakraat & Makraat (Bihar, UP, Uttarakhand), Uttarayan (Gujarat, Diu, Daman), Suggi (in parts of Karnataka), Magh Saaji (HP), Ghughuti – (Kumaon), Makara Chaula (Odhisha), Kicheri (Poorvanchal, East UP), Pousha Sankranti (Bengal and North East), Magh Bihu (Assam), Shishur Sankraat (Kashmir ), etc etc. Outside of the country, in some neighbouring Asian countries to be exact, it is celebrated as Maaghe Sankrast – Nepal, Tirmoori – Sindh Pakistan, Songkran -Thailand , Pi Ms. Lao – Laos, Thingyan – Myanmar, Mohan Songkran – Cambodia etc. Basically we are all celebrating the transition of the Sun across the Equator, on it’s journey from the southern hemisphere to the northern hemisphere.

Each region of India have their own ways of celebrating the event but as I have come to understand there are a few things common to all –Jaggery, til (also called gingelly, or sesame seeds), sugarcane, and freshly harvested ears of corn, wheat or even turmeric (in South India). Then of course the children enjoy themselves with kite flying which takes on the form of competition at times. So let us say Happy Festival. Tamil Nadu has its festivities spread over 3-4 days culminating in what is called Mattu Pongal – celebrated the next day of Sankrant with races with cattle involved. (PETA has tried to bring some order to the extent to which the animals can be made use of, and the conditions in which the races take place).

Last weekend, I was lucky to be asked to join my Chacha and Chachi, to an evening full of OPN songs by a newly formed music group. The members of the group were out to entertain themselves and showcase their talent among their close friends and relatives. The closest anyone of the group had come to anything Bollywood was when the hostess’s father had his ardent fan moment when he came face to face with OP Nayyar sometime in the 70s or 80s. That man was a self taught Harmonica player and encouraged his children and wife to sing along. And the wife and daughter of the (now) deceased man were at the forefront of the group which had female and male singers who sang in their own voices without aping any of the originals and that was a welcome change. The group presented medleys of songs with similar beats- the trade mark tonga-beat songs, and songs dipped in Punjabi folk tunes. The evening began with the song from ‘Sambandh’ – “Chal Akela Chal Akela” and then one song followed the next. The evening climaxed with songs that fell in tune with “Sar Pe Topi Laal Haath Mein Resham Ka Roomal”. In between there was an instrumental rendition of songs from ‘Kashmir ki Kali’, ‘Ek Musafir Ek Haseena’, ‘Kismat’ and ‘Phir Wohi Dil Laaya Hoon’ using the saxophone by Shri Shyam Raj ji who (if I heard right) had been a saxophone player for many of OPN’s songs.

Let me add that we were invited to the evening because my cousin’s husband has taken up singing and joined this group post his retirement. It was a revelation that he sang so well. The first song he sang that evening was “Piya Piya Piya Mora Jiya Pukaare” and “Surma Mera Niraala” was his next. And I must say he “yodels” almost like the Kishore Kumar whose fan he is.

As is my habit (ever since I associated with this blog) the first thing I did on returning home was to look up the anniversary page of our blog and see what was the date of OPN’s anniversaries. Next I checked what songs of OPN are yet to make their appearance on the blog. I found many movies of the 50s & 60s with two or three songs left to attain yyiippeeeehood. Then I began looking up for associated videos on YouTube, these songs are not yet available on YouTube too. In fact only the audio of some songs are available and not the whole movie. So that makes reaching videos difficult. But we cannot let the occasion of remembering OPN go by without a song.

So here it is. A song from the film ‘Raagini’ of 1958. The film is produced by Ashok Kumar, jointly with TS Ganesh, and is directed by Rakhan. This movie had a song which was enacted on screen by Kishore Kumar and playback was by Mohd Rafi. Now I discovered another song, as I was hunting songs for this post, which is again classical raaga based and Ustaad Amaanat Ali Khan and Fateh Ali Khan are the playback singers. On screen we have Padmini performing a classical dance and Kishore Kumar sitting on stage in a classical gaayaki mode and lip-syncing. A very uncharacteristic Kishore and a very uncharacteristic Omkar Prasad Nayyar who was popular as OP Nayyar. The song ends with Padmini matching steps to the brilliant tabla accompaniment.

As I was writing this post I recollected a post by Atul ji where he has mentioned about movies with names of popular actresses of the time but the actresses were not part of the cast of that particular movie, e.g. ‘Kalpana’ (1960) didn’t have Kalpana as heroine. An this film, ‘Raagini’ has Padmini as the heroine; Raagini the actress was her sister.

Let us enjoy this rare presentation, Kishore Kumar lip syncing a classical song in the voice of Bade Fateh Ali Khan.


Song – Chhed Diye Mere Dil Ke Taar Kyun (Raagini) (1958) Singers – Ustaad Amaanat Ali Khan, Bade Fateh Ali Khan, Lyricist – Jaanisar Akhtar, MD – O P Nayyar
Ustaad Amaanat Ali Khan + Fateh Ali Khan

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chhed diye mere dil ke taar kyun
chhed diye mere dil ke taar kyun
baaj rahi paayal madmaati
baaj rahi paayal madmaati
chaal chale pag pag lehraati
chaal chale pag pag lehraati
jhoom raha jiya baar baar yoon
jhoom raha jiya baar baar yoon
chhed diye mere dil ke taar kyun
chhed diye mere dil ke taar kyun

(sargam)
chhed diye mere dil ke taar kyun
(sargam)
chhed diye mere dil ke taar kyun
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chhed diye mere dil ke taar kyun
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chhed diye mere dil ke tar kyun
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chhed diye mere dil ke tar kyun
chhed diye mere dil ke tar kyun

 


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Blog Day : 4189 Post No. : 15370

“Taxi 555″(1958) was produced by Mulkraj Bhakri and directed by Lekhraj Bhakri for Golden Movies, Bombay. The movie had Pradeep Kumar, Shakeela, Azra, Lalita Pawar, Maruti, Mahipal Sundar, Vijay Pandit, Sagar, Leela Mishra, Romesh sinha, Amrit Rana, Nadir, Nazeer Kashmiri, Ravikant, Dubey, Brahmbhatt, Vidhyawati, Narbada Shankar, Sadiq, Chandabai, Harun etc, with guest appearance by Heeralal.

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

Here is the second song from the movie to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Balbir and Asha Bhonsle. Prem Dhawan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Sardar Malik.

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


Song-Aaja aisa waisa koi bhi bahaana kar ke (Taxi 555) (1958) Singers-Balbir, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Prem Dhawan, MD-Sardar Malik

Lyrics

na na haan haan kar ke
haan haan na na kar ke
o main kya baliye kuchch bhi karke
aaja
aisa vaisa koi bhi bahaana kar ke
ho aaja
aisa vaisa koi bhi bahana karke
na na haan haan kar ke
haan haan na na kar ke
ho aaja aisa vaisa koi bhi bahana karke
aaja aisa vaisa koi bhi bahana karke
kaise aaun ghabraaun
maahi mere man ke
main chaloon to bairi jhaanjhar jhan jhan jhanke
main chaloon to bairi jhaanjhar jhan jhan jhanke

main akeli aur duniya ki laakhon ankhiyaan
kabhi chaukidaar dekhe kabhi dekhen sakhiyaan
kabhi chaukidaar dekhe kabhi dekhen sakhiyaan

o teekhe nainon se sabko deewaana kar ke
ho aaja aisa vaisa koi bhi bahaana kar ke
ho aaja aisa vaisa koi bhi bahaana kar ke
kaise aaun ghabraaun maahi mere man ke
main chaloon to bairi jhaanjhar jhan jhan jhanke
main chaloon to bairi jhaanjhar jhan jhan jhanke

aake aadhi aadhi raat ko jagaaya na karo
seeti maar ke yoon hamko bulaaya na karo
seeti maar ke yoon hamko bulaya na karo

ho phero aankhen na hamko mastaana kar ke
ho aaja aisa vaisa koi bhi bahaana kar ke
ho aaja aisa vaisa koi bhi bahaana kar ke
kaise aaun ghabraaun maahi mere man ke
main chaloon to bairi jhaanjhar jhan jhan jhanke
main chaloon to bairi jhaanjhar jhan jhan jhanke


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Blog Day : 4170 Post No. : 15344

“Gau Gauri”(1958) was directed by Raj Thakur for Prabhat Films, Bombay. This was the last movie by Prabhat Films after which this legendary movie making house downed its shutters. The prints of this movie are lost. The movie had Sulochana Latkar, Ratna Mala, Shahu Modak, Anant Kumar, Nana Plasikar, Tara Dixit, Vijay Limaye, Vijay Duggal, Neelam, Vishwas Kunthey, Kelkar, Gramopaadhye, Hemraj, Kishore Paranjape, Narendra Bhandari, Vijay Dixit and an elephant named ‘Ram Prasad’ in it.

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

Here is the second song from “Gau Gauri”(1958) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Manna Dey and chorus. The song is written by Bharat Vyas and its music is composed by Sudhir Phadke.

The movie is lost but one of our regulars, viz Mr Nayan Yagnik had watched it during its first run. Here is what he recalls about the climax of the movie:

Gaj Gauri was a good movie, which I had liked when I saw it at Mumbai’s Central Cinema in 1958. The climax, when Pandavas are making steps for an elephant with arrows, to climb down from Heaven was very good!
I think a famous song ‘ Manushya tu bada Mahaan Hain’ was filmed as back-ground song at that situation!

So here is this background song, eulogising the capabilities of “manushy”.


Song-Dharti ki shaan tu hai manu ki santaan(Gaj Gauri)(1958) Singer-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-Sudhir Phadke
Chorus

Lyrics

Dharti ki shaan tu hai
manu ki santaan
Dharti ki shaan tu hai
manu ki santaan
teri muthhiyon mein band toofaan hai re
tere manushy doot tu bada mahaan hai ae ae
bhool mat
manushy tu bada mahaan hai
manushy tu bada mahaan hai ae ae
bhool mat
manushy tu bada mahaan hai

tu jo chaahe parwat pahaadon ko phod de
tu jo chaahe nadiyon ke rukh ko bhi mod de
tu jo chaahe maati se amrit nichod de
tu jo chaahe dharti ko ambar se jod de
amar tere pran aan
aa aa aa aa
amar tere pran
mila tujhko vardaan
teri aatmaa mein swaym Bhagwaan hain re
manushy tu bada mahaan hai ae ae
bhool mat
manushy tu bada mahaan hai

nainon mein jwaal teri
gati mein bhauchaal teri
chhaati mein chhupa mahaakaal hai
prithhvi ke laal tera
himgiri sa bhaal teri
bhrakuti mein taandav ka kaal hai
dil ko tu jaan
aa aa aa aa
dil ko tu jaan
zara shakti pahchaan
teri vaani mein yug ka aahwaan hai re
manushy tu bada mahaan hai ae ae
bhool mat
manushy tu bada mahaan hai

dharti ka veer tu hai
agni ka veer tu jo
chaahe to kaal ko bhi thhaam le
paapon ka pralay ruke
pashuta ka sheesh jhuke
tu jo agar himmat se kaam le
?? mati maan
aa aa aa aa
?? mati maan
pawan sa tu gatimaan
teri chhab se bhi oonchi udaan hai re
manushy tu bada mahaan hai ae ae
bhool mat
manushy tu bada mahaan hai
manushy tu bada mahaan hai ae ae
bhool mat
manushy tu bada mahaan hai


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Blog Day : 4169 Post No. : 15343

Today’s song is a melodious song from the film Chaalbaaz-58. The film was produced by Balwant Bhatt and Ram Kamlani, under the banner of Neo Lite films. Songs were written by Anjum Jaipuri and Prem Dhawan. The music was by the Melody magician Chitragupta. There were 7 songs in the film. 2 songs are already discussed and today’s song is 3rd song from this film.

The title Chaalbaaz seems to be quite a favourite with film makers. Films with same title were made in 1958, 69, 80, 89 and 2003. In addition there was Chaalbaaz Leader-70 and Chaalbaaz Haseena-2002 also. The cast of Chaalbaaz -58 was Nirupa Roy, Jairaj, Nishi, K N Singh, David, Bhagwan, Cuckoo, Moti(Horse) and Tiger (Dog). It was a stunt film, directed by a veteran of this Genre – Nanabhai Bhatt.

Hindi film industry is a funny place. Here popular actors are immediately typedcast and it becomes their identity, whether they want it or not. Once a particular theme becomes a Hit, producers want to make similar films, with the same actor. Thus most leading actors get stamped. Many dont mind it because they too are comfortable with such type of films.

That is how Dharmendra was in the roles of “He Man” (does this mean all others were “She- Men”?), Amol Palekar as a Middle class simpleton, for a period Dilip kumar was a Tragedy king, Raj Kapoor a straight forward, simple man, Dev Anand a Playboy, Bharat Bhushan a lover or a singer, Rajendra Kumar almost always a suffering lover…..so on and so forth. Same was, even the actresses got typedcast like Meena Kumari was a Tragedy Queen, Madhubala, naughty lucky girl etc etc.

The audience categorised the actors for various Genres and roles. Other than these, the artiste was not acceptable to them in any other type casting. Can you ever imagine Kanhaiyalal, Nana palshikar or Rashid Khan in a Millionaire’s role? Can you imagine Nana Patekar as a Romantic, ‘run around a tree’ type lover boy ? Can you visualise Jeetendra in a Mythological film as Lord Shiva ? We can not, even in our dreams, accept them in these roles. Nimmi always had films in which she suffered and wept throughout. People had forgotten how she looked while smiling.

When film makers tried to change the type of roles of an actor, he became a failure (even a laughing stock) and he was not accepted in that role. For example, in his early films, Ashok Kumar was known as a shy Lover boy. When he was cast as Satyawan in film “Savitri”-1937, the audience was shocked and the film failed miserably. Similarly when Ashok Kumar (then 35 year old) acted as Abhimanuu (22 year old) in film “Uttara Abhimanyu’-1946, he was rejected outright.

Mehboob Khan cast him as King Humayun in film Humayun-45. In one scene, Ashok Kumar had to run, in a war costume, with a sword. The way he ran was so feminine and pathetic, that the audience used to laugh in the theatre. Thankfully, Ashok Kumar never again acted in any such films till the end. Leela Mishra was famous as a simple village type “Leela Mousi” in almost all films. In film “Baton baton mein”-79, she was shown as an Anglo Indian Christian woman. To see Leela Mousi in a knee long Frock and to feel her awckwardness in that dress was a painful exercise for the audience.

However, and thank God for this, there were some actors who consciously avoided getting typedcast and did variety of roles. One shining example was Sanjeev Kumar. He was truly a versatile actor and would fit into any Genre with natural ease. After Film Azad-55, Dilip Kumar also shook off the tag of “Tragedy king” and became a real versatile actor enjoying working in different type of roles.

Among Heroines, I can not think of any such actress, who fitted in all Genres and roles, Except One ! Yes, there was one actress who was truly versatile and did a lot of role types – social, historical, Mythological, comedy, tragedy, crime, family, action and stunts too, character roles, daughter in law, mother in law, mother, mujra dancer, religious films – you name it and she had done it. Can you guess the name ?

NIRUPA ROY !, Yes, she was a versatile actress. To prove my point, I repeat here what I had said about her few years back. Nirupa Roy (4-1-1931 to 13-10-2004) was an enigma of Hindi Cinema. An ordinary lower middle class housewife turned into an actress due to need to survive. Funny thing was that it was her husband who had visited the studio to get a job as an actor and the studio selected his wife instead ! Nirupa Roy who acted in over 250 movies has been variously branded as a Goddess of Mythological films, a suffering wife of a poor farmer, a troubled housewife of social films, an acclaimed quintessential mother of Bollywood and even a Stunt film actress !

She has been a Heroine in 110 films, a mother in over 50 films,has been a Goddess in 50 Mythological films, a suffering wife in over 30 films and a Stunt girl in about 8 films. She sang Bhajans, romantic songs, Comedy songs, qawalis, sad songs and peasant folk songs on the screen.

She changed her Heroes like “Badalate huye saathi”. She did 18 films with Trilok Kapoor ( 50-65), 12 films with Balraj Sahni ( 53-72), 16 films with P.Jairaj ( 53-78), and 21 films with Ashok Kumar ( 56-89). She was Amitabh’s mother in 12 films and stunt Girl in 8 films. She even wrote a popular film song for film Samrat Chandragupta-58 ( Mujhe dekh chaand sharmaye – Lata).

Film Chaalbaaz-58 was produced by Balwant Bhatt and Ram kamlani. The elder brother of Nanabhai Bhatt- Balwant Bhatt was born at Porbandar,Gujarat on 13-1-1909. Balwant started his career by assisting Naval Gandhi in 1930-31 and Pesi karani at Imperial Film company and then N.B.Vakil at Sagar Studios in 1932. A prolific director of second tier, action oriented films, Bhatt’s first as a director was Royal Film Company’s 1932 silent thriller PASSING SHOW which featured popular stunt-film actor Navinchandra. He turned Director with the advent of Talkie films and joined Prakash Pictures with BAMBAI KI MOHINI [1934; aka: ACTRESS] starring Miss Panna and Miss Alakhnanda. His last one was Nagin aur Sapera-1966. He directed 33 films,mostly stunt and C grade films.

Bhatt directed action star Fearless Nadia in DELHI EXPRESS (1949) and CIRCUSWALE (1950) as well as the comedian Bhagwan in JOKER (1949) and JODIDAR (1950), and even had opportunities to work with bigger names such as Bibbo in SUHAAG (1940), Maya Banerjee in MADHU SUDAN (1941), and Prithviraj Kapoor in AANKH KI SHARAM (1943). But the vast majority of Bhatt’s output was in the category of B-grade films.

He directed some Gujarati films like Sansar Leela,Seth Sagsha,Diwadandi,Snehlata etc.He was the producer of Dillagi-1942,Gunehgar-53,Alif Laila-53,Sinbad the sailor-52, Son of Sinbad-58, Police Detective-60 etc. etc. Diwadandi-1950 became famous for its song-” Taari aankhni afini”, sung by Dilip Dholakia with music by Ajit Merchant. His film Mordhwaj-52 was the Debut film for MD Narayan Dutt. Balwant Bhatt died on 7-2-1965,at Bombay.

Today’s song is a duet sung by Geeta Dutt and Ram Kamlani. Ram Kamlani was Gope’s youngest brother. They were 9 siblings and Ram kamlani was the last one. He was born on 20-10-1919. Though Gope started his career in acting in 1933 and concentrated only on acting,Ram kamlani dabbled in Acting,Direction,Production and Playback singing too. He entered the film line in late 40s.

As an actor he acted in 9 films like Ajeet, Inaam, Kaajal, Do Raaha, Joi Bangla Desh etc. As a Singer he sang 22 songs in 15 films. Starting with Doosri Shaadi-47, he sang in Ghar ki Izzat, Rangeen zamana, Kaajal, Refugee, Pyaar ki jeet, Maa ka pyar, Naao, Raakhi, Bahurani, Khamosh Sipahi, Meena Bazar, Malkin, Chaalbaaz, Laal Dupatta etc.

Mostly, he sang for his brother Gope. His songs were generally duets. These were mainly comedy songs,very few were serious ones.His rare solos like,” Bane hai hum to Ghar Jamai'(Ghar ki izzat) and ” Koi samze isse muhabbat”(Meena Bazaar) became popular.

When Gope established Gope Productions,he produced some films and directed some of them,like,Muskurahat,Biradari,Bezuban,khamosh Sipahi,Hangama etc.

Ram Kamlani died in 1983 in Bombay.

This is a melodious song. The mukhda is “Daudo re daudo, bhaga dil chura ke chor”. Surprisingly, there was another song in film Char Minar-56 (MD- Sardul Kwatra) which had a similar mukhda “Daudo ji chor chor bhaga dil chura ke”. This song also was a good song and had almost same tune. That song had Geeta Dutt and Rafi as singers. Let us now enjoy today’s song.
( Thanks to Harish Raghuwanshi ji for his Gujarati article and http://www.cinemajadu.com for information used herein.)


Song-Tina tin ke tina kisi ne dil hai chheena(Chaalbaaz)(1958) Singers- Geeta Dutt, Ram Kamlani, Lyricist-Prem Dhawan, MD- Chitragupta
Both

Lyrics

daudo re daudo bhaaga re bhaaga
dil chura ke chor
tina tin ke tina
kisi ne dil hai chheena
tina tin ke tina
daudo re daudo
bhaaga re bhaaga
dil chura ke chor
tina tin ke tina
kisi ne dil hai chheena
tina tin ke tina
kisi ne dil hai chheena
tina tin ke tina

khol zara to ghoonghat gori
dekhen soorat tori
hoy khol zara to ghoonghat gori
dekhen soorat tori
hum to hain deewaane tere
hamse kaisi chori
aaja ree
aaja chupke se paas gori
kaahe kare shor
tina tin ke tina
kisi ne dil hai chheena
tina tin ke tina
kisi ne dil hai chheena
tina tin ke tina

o ho ho
o ho ho o ho ho
ha ha ha
aa ha ha aa ha ha
devar jaage saas bhi jaage
jaag raha ghar saara
devar jaage saas bhi jaage
jaag raha ghar saara
phir bhi zaalim ne na jaane kaise daaka maara
daudo re daudo bhaaga re bhaaga
dil chura ke chor
tina tin e tina
kisi ne dil hai chheena
tina tin ke tina
kisi ne dil hai chheena
tina tin ke tina

na main jaaun baans bareli na main jaaun jhansi
na main jaaun baans bareli na main jaaun jhansi
in zulfon mein baandh ke mohe de de pyaar ki phaansi
aaja ree
aaja chupke se paas gori
kaahe kare shor
tina tin ke tina
kisi ne dil hai chheena

tina tin ke tina
kisi ne dil hai chheena
haay tina tin ke tina
kisi ne dil hai chheena
haay
tina tin ke tina
kisi ne dil hai chheena
tina tin ke tina


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Blog Day : 4078 Post No. : 15216

“Chandu”(1958) was directed by Manju (Harold Lewis) for N R Productions, Bombay. The movie had Daljit, Meena, Shasikala, Pran, Gulab, Gope, Sunder, Om Prakash, Mehmood, Harun, Satish Batra etc.

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

Here is the second song from “Chandu”(1958) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Rafi and Geeta Dutt. Raja Mehdi Ali Khan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Bipin Baabul.

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


Song-Gore gore gaalon pe kaala ye til (Chandu)(1958) Singers-Rafi, Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Raja Mehdi Ali Khan, MD-Bipin Babul
Both

Lyrics

aa ha ha ha
gore gore gaalon pe kaala ye til
kaala til
haaye mera dil
gore gore gaalon pe kaala ye til
kaala til
haaye mera dil
ha ha ha
ha ha ha
ankhiyon mein pyaar kare
jhilmil jhilmil
jhilmil jhilmil
haaye mera dil

ek do teen chaar paanch chhe saat aath
ginta rahe
tere liye ho jiya tere liye
nau das gyaarah baarah terah chaudah
pandarah solha
ginti rahoon
tere liye o piya tere liye

hoy ginti na gino madam
aa mujhse mil
aa mujhse mil
haaye mera dil
ha ha
aa ha ha
ha ha ha
ankhiyon mein pyaar kare
jhilmil jhilmil
jhilmil jhilmil
haaye mera dil

taaron ki chhaanv mein tere liye
chanda ke sang sang jaaga karoon

raaton ko jungle mein tere liye
majnu main ban ke ho bhaaga karoon
kisne kiya hai mera jeena mushqil
maine
haan
maine kiya hai tera jeena mushqil
jeena mushqil

haaye mera dil
aa ha ha
aa ha ha
ankhiyon mein pyaar kare
jhilmil jhilmil
jhilmil jhilmil
haaye mera dil

dil ki tijori se daulat luta
mere liye ho billo mere liye
haan samjhe na waah haan
daulat ko sadkon pe doongi bichha
tere liye ho ballo tere liye

seene pe rakh mere sone ki sil
sone ki sil
haaye mera dil
aa ha ha
ha ha ha

ankhiyon mein pyaar kare
jhilmil jhilmil
jhilmil jhilmil
haaye mera dil


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Hindi Songs in Bangla Films – 1
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It is a well-known fact that Shailendra wrote maximum number of songs for the music director, Shankar-Jaikishan (around 365 songs) out of about 750 songs he wrote during his life time. The second in line among music directors was Salil Chowdhury for whom Shailendra wrote around 105 songs. The third place was taken by S D Burman for whom he wrote around 70 songs. There were others music directors for whom he wrote songs albeit in comparatively lesser numbers. They were Roshan, S N Tripathi, Hemant Kumar, Anil Biswas, C Ramchandra, Ravi, Dattaram, and Kishore Kumar.

With major chunk of Shailendra’s songs (around 90% his total songs) written for the music directors listed above, I was curious to know as who were the other music directors to whom Shailendra wrote songs probably for one or two films. I traced almost all ‘other’ music directors. They were Basant Prakash (‘Badnam’ 1952), Manohar Arora (‘Chingaari’, 1955), Mukul Roy (‘Sailaab’ 1956 and ‘Detective’ 1958), Jimmy (Shrimatiji, 1952), Ninu Mazumdar (‘Bhai Saheb’, 1954), Sardul Kwatra (‘Pilpli Saheb, 1954 and ‘Tis Maar Khan’, 1955), Shivram (‘Naya Kadam’ 1958), Shailesh Mukherjee (‘Savera; 1958), Chitrgupt and Gajanan (‘Kal Hamaara Hai’ 1959), Kalyanji-Anandji (‘Satta Baazar’ (1959), Pandit Ravi Shankar (‘Anuradha’ 1960), R D Burman (‘Chhote Nawab’ 1961), Suhrid Kar (‘Kaanch Ki Gudiya’ 1961), and Sapan-Jagmohan (‘Begaana’ 1963).

But the surprise catch among ‘other’ music director to whom Shailendra wrote a song was Nachiketa Ghosh who has composed music for only one Hindi film ‘25th July’ (1951). But Shailendra was not the lyricist for this film. It transpired that Shailendra did write a Hindi song for Nachiketa Ghosh but for a Bengali film ‘Indraani’ (1958). Uttam Kumar and Suchitra Sen were the lead actors in the film. The film is available on YT with English sub-title.

So here is probably Shailendra’s only Hindi song for a Bengali film, ‘Indraani’ (1958). There are 7 songs in the film of which one song is in Hindi. The song is ‘sabhi kuchh lutaakar huye hum tumhaare’ which is sung by Mohammad Rafi. Nachiketa Ghosh is the music director.

The background for this song is that Uttam Kumar and Suchitra Sen get married despite opposition from her parents as Uttam Kumar is unemployed. On the wedding night, their feelings for each other is reflected in this song through a wayside singer playing guitar. The mood of the song appears to me the same as that of songs like ek haseen shaam ko dil mera kho gaya.

The song in the video clip is longer than the audio clip (78 RPM record version) because of the repetition in the former of mukhda part in each antara. Also, there are short dialogues in Bengali between Uttam Kumar and Suchitra Sen during the interludes of the song.

What a lovely song which I heard for the first time. I have been mesmerized by Rafi’s rendition of antara part of the song. Just note, how he goes one octave higher but keep his rendition soft on the antara lines ‘kisi ka tu ho jaa’, ‘hai khaamosh hum bhi’ and ‘ye khwaabon ki duniya’.

Video Clip:

Audio Clip :

Song-Sabhi kuchh lutaa kar huye ham tumhaare (Indraani)(Bangla)(1958) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Shailendra, MD-Nachiketa Ghosh

Lyrics(based on Video Clip)

sabhi kuchh lutaa kar
huye hum tumhaare
ke hai jeet uski
jo dil aaj haare
ye khoya sa chanda
ye behke se taare
to phir kyun na machlen
armaan hamaare
sabhi kuchh lutaa kar

mohabbat mein kho jaa..aa
kisi ka tu ho jaa
falak se zameen tak huye ye ishaare
ke hai jeet uski
jo dil aaj haare
sabhi kuchh lutaa kar
huye hum tumhaare
ki hai jeet uski
jo dil aaj haare
sabhi kuchh lutaa kar

hai chupchaap wo bhi
hain khaamosh hum bhi
khule jaa rahe hain magar raaz saare
ke hai jeet uski
jo dil aaj haare
ye khoya sa chanda
ye behke se taare
to phir kyun na machlen
armaan hamaare
sabhi kuchh lutaa kar

wo rangeen duniya
wo khwaabon ki duniya
simat kar ke baahon mein aayi hamaare
ke hai jeet uski
jo dil aaj haare
sabhi kuchh lutaa kar
huye hum tumhaare
ke hai jeet uski
jo dil aaj haare
ye khoya sa chanda
ye behke se taare
to phir kyun na machlen
armaan hamaare
sabhi kuchh lutaa kar


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Blog Day : 3902 Post No. : 14953

“Aakaashpari” (1958) was produced by S P Srivastava and M S Geete and directed by Mohan Sinha for Delite Pictures Prrivate Limited, Bombay. The movie had Kusum Pradhan, Mahipal, Ram singh, Maruti, Kamal, Krishnkumari, Sabita Chatterji, Kanchanmala, Nargis Nandini, Bhagwan sinha, Dubey, Gaurang, Moosa, Ramlal, Chhotu etc in it.

This kalpnic (fantasy) movie had eight songs in it. HFGK mentions that these eight songs were originally meant for an earlier movie called “Dil Bahaar” aka “Lachak” and these songs were recorded during july-september 1950. The records were released under fim name “Dil Bahaar”, but this movie remained unreleased and later these eight songs were utilised in “Aakaashpari” (1958).

Four songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fifth song from “Aakaashpari” (1958) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Meena Kapoor and Sulochana Kadam. Anjum Pilibhiti is the lyricist. Music is composed by Inayat Ali.

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


Song-Kehna maan ae mehmaan abhi dil hai jawaan(Akaashpari)(1958) Singers-Meena Kapoor, Sulochana Kadam, Lyrics-Anjum Pilibhiti, MD-Inayat Ali

Lyrics

Kehna maan ae mehmaan
abhi
ho abhi
ho abhi
dil hai jawaan
mazaa le le tu paayal ki baaj ka
o o
ghunghroo ki baaj ka

beet na jaaye ye mausam suhaana
beet na jaaye ye mausam suhaana
laut ke aaye na phir ye zamaana
laut ke aaye na phir ye zamaana
o o o o
shama hoon main tu ban ja parwaana
shama hoon main tu ban ja parwaana
mazaa le le
ho mazaa le le tu paayal ki baaj ka
o o
ghunghroo ki baaj ka

aayi bahaar hai pehloo badal ke
aayi bahaar hai pehloo badal ke
rakhna kadam zara dekho sambhal ke
rakhna kadam zara dekho sambhal ke
ho o o
haathon se chala jaaye dil na nikal ke
haathon se chala jaaye dil na nikal ke
mazaa le le
ho mazaa le le tu paayal ki baaj ka
ho o
ghunghroo ki baaj ka
kehna maan ae mehmaan
abhi dil hai jawaan
mazaa le le tu paayal ki baaj ka
ho o
ghunghroo ki baaj ka

paayal ki baaj mein
duniya hai jhoom rahi
ho o
paayal ki baaj mein
duniya hai jhoom rahi
jhoom rahi
jhoom rahi
jhoom rahi
duniya ki masti hai aankhon mein ghoom rahi
duniya ki masti hai aankhon mein ghoom rahi
ho o o
aankhon se nazar hans ke choom rahi
ho choom rahi
aankhon se nazar hans ke choom rahi
mazaa le le
ho mazaa le le tu paayal ki baaj ka
ho o
ghunghroo ki baaj ka
kehna maan ae mehmaan
abhi
ho abhi
ho abhi dil hai jawaan
mazaa le le tu paayal ki baaj ka
ho o
ghunghroo ki baaj ka


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 : 3859 Post No. : 14873

Greetings all – Basant is here. Today is the celebration of Basant Panchmi.

Of all the wonderful songs that have been created in Hindi films, for celebrating this King of Seasons, I would prefer to place this song today to be amongst the top five. Such a beautiful creation this is.

I myself had not heard of this song, till about five days ago. A friend in our circle enquired whether I had this song. He has been searching for it for some time now. Not being aware of it first hand, I said I will check. And when I located it in my collection, and then heard it for the first time, I am simply bowled over by the soft beauty and the delicious attractiveness of this song. The words, the music and the rendition have all come together in a conspiracy to steal your heart away.

The words are written by Saraswati Kumar Deepak. Ah, the enchantment of the lyrics that say – “चलो तारों के गजरे बना लो सखी” – come, lets make a garland from the stars. The wonderful music is from the mind of Ajit Merchant. The soft and beautiful melody – it makes such a delightful use of chorus lines interspersed with the primary singing voice. And this exquisite rendition is in the voice of Sudha Malhotra. She has rendered some of the loveliest songs in Hindi films. And this one stands right up there with her best – sung ever so sweetly.

The film is ‘Ram Bhakt Vibhishan’ from 1958 – one of the more obscure and unfamiliar productions, whose claim to fame might well just be the lovely music – like this song. The production banner is Rajni Chitr, Bombay. The film is produced by SJ Rajdev and directed by Samar Chatterji. The star cast of this film is listed as Nirupa Roy, Shahu Modak, Prem Adeeb, Krishna Kumari, Shanta Apte, Babu, Kamal, Surendra Kumar, Neema, Sarita, and Bipin Gupta. A total of nine songs are listed for this film. This is the third song for this film to appear here on our blog.

Listen to this lovely creation, and marvel – at the gems that still need to be discovered.

Song – Ritu Raja Ne Teer Chalaaya  (Ram Bhakt Vibhishan) (1958) Singer – Sudha Malhotra, Lyrics – Saraswati Kumar Deepak, MD – Ajit Merchant
Chorus

Lyrics

ritu raja ne. . .

ritu raja ne teer chalaaya
jiya lalchaaya
sajaniyaa..aa..aa
aaya basant
hua birha ka ant
sakhi aaya basant

o o oooo
ooooo oo ooooo
bhanwre chaley. . .
bhanwre chaley
bhanwre chaley gungunaate huye
suno praanon ki bansi bajaate huye
gungunaate huye
gungunaate huye
zara nainon se
zara nainon se naina milaate huye
chalo masti ki basti basaate huye
ritu raja ne
ritu raja ne teer chalaaya
jiya lalchaaya
sajaniyaa..aa..aa
aaya basant
hua birha ka ant
sakhi aaya basant

o o oooo
ooooo oo ooooo
angdaaiyaan. . .
angdaaiyaan
angdaaiyaan le ke pariaan chalin
neele neele gagan ki sundariaan chalin
dekho pariaan chalin
dekho pariaan chalin
badi natkhat hai
badi natkhat rengeeli badi manchali
saari duniya mein machne lagi khalbali
ritu raja ne
ritu raja ne teer chalaaya
jiya lalchaaya
sajaniyaa..aa..aa
aaya basant
hua birha ka ant
sakhi aaya basant

o o oooo
ooooo oo ooooo
chanda taley. . .
chanda taley
chanda taley jhoola daalo sakhi
chalo taaron ki gajre bana lo sakhi
jhoola daalo sakhi
jhoola daalo sakhi
hath chhodo ji
hath chhodo najariya utha lo sakhi
baanke balma ko apna bana lo sakhi
ritu raja ne
ritu raja ne teer chalaaya
jiya lalchaaya
sajaniyaa..aa..aa
aaya basant
hua birha ka ant
sakhi aaya basant

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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ऋतु राजा ने॰ ॰ ॰

ऋतु राजा ने तीर चलाया
जिया ललचाया
सजनीया॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आ
आया बसंत
हुआ बिरहा का अंत
सखी आया बसंत

ओ ओ ओssss
ओssss ओs ओssss
भँवरे चले॰ ॰ ॰
भँवरे चले
भँवरे चले गुनगुनाते हुये
सुनो प्राणों की बंसी बजाते हुये
गुनगुनाते हुये
गुनगुनाते हुये
ज़रा नैनों से
ज़रा नैनों से नैना मिलाते हुये
चलो मस्ती की बस्ती बसाते हुये
ऋतु राजा ने॰ ॰ ॰
ऋतु राजा ने तीर चलाया
जिया ललचाया
सजनीया॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आ
आया बसंत
हुआ बिरहा का अंत
सखी आया बसंत

ओ ओ ओssss
ओssss ओs ओssss
अंगड़ाइयाँ॰ ॰ ॰
अंगड़ाइयाँ
अंगड़ाइयाँ ले के पारियाँ चलीं
नीले नीले गगन की सुंदरियाँ चलीं
देखो पारियाँ चलीं
देखो पारियाँ चलीं
बड़ी नटखट है
बड़ी नटखट रंगीली बड़ी मनचली
सारी दुनिया में मचने लगी खलबली
ऋतु राजा ने॰ ॰ ॰
ऋतु राजा ने तीर चलाया
जिया ललचाया
सजनीया॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आ
आया बसंत
हुआ बिरहा का अंत
सखी आया बसंत

ओ ओ ओssss
ओssss ओs ओssss
चंदा तले॰ ॰ ॰
चंदा तले
चंदा तले झूला डालो सखी
चलो तारों के गजरे बना लो सखी
झूला डालो सखी
झूला डालो सखी
हठ छोड़ो जी
हठ छोड़ो नजरिया उठा लो सखी
बाँके बलमा को अपना बना लो सखी
ऋतु राजा ने॰ ॰ ॰
ऋतु राजा ने तीर चलाया
जिया ललचाया
सजनीया॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आ
आया बसंत
हुआ बिरहा का अंत
सखी आया बसंत


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 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 : 3858 Post No. : 14871

Today’s song is from the musical blockbuster of the 1950s, Suvarna Sundari-58.

There was a love affair going on between the South films and Bombay Film industry during the 50’s decade. Right from film Chandralekha-48, South started pushing into Hindi domain with Remakes and Dubbed southern films. Some films were even made only in Hindi. As the years went by and the southern film market expanded greater than even Bombay, south had no time or need or interest in tapping the Hindi belt anymore.

With the films being made by the South for the Hindi audience, came many southern composers too. Chandralekha-48- had S.Rajeshwar Rao as MD, then came Parthasarthy and kalla (Nishan-49, Mangala-50 and Sansar-51), Sankar Sastry (Mangala, Sansar), C S Ram (Lavangi-50), C R Subbaraman (Ek the Raja-51, Chandi Rani-53), Vishwanathan and R Sudarshana (Ladki-53), S V Venkatraman and T R Ramanathan(Manohar-54), Ram Murthy(Naya Aadmi-56) etc etc.

First Hindi Music Director in a south film Hindi was Bulo C Rani, with C S Ram in film Lavangi-50. The first south Hindi film whose entire music was done by a single Music Director from the Hindi belt was Bahar-51- S D Burman. After this C.Ramchandra, Chitragupta, Madan Mohan, Shankar-jaikishen, N Dutta and others started crowding in south for Hindi films and due to this the influx of south composers for Hindi films almost came to a naught.

Many Hindi composers are known to invade South and make songs in their languages. The first one to do so was C Ramchandra, but then few others like Naushad( for Tamil version of Aan and Mughal E Azam), Salil Chaudhari ( for many Tamil and Malyalam films), Ravi- who became famous in Kerala as Bombay Ravi, for many Malyalam films and few more. However, there was only one south composer who gave music to a Hindi film and made it a Hit Jubilee Musical Blockbuster. He was Adi Narayana Rao and his first Hindi film was Suvarna Sundari-1958. I said First film, because Rao gave music to some more Hindi films later, like Phoolon ki sej-64, Jadoo nagari-72, Gun Fighter Johnny-72, Sati anusuya-74 and Inqilab Zindabad-75. he also gave music to a Dubbed Marathi film ‘ Mahabhakta Tukaram’-60.

His first film was Suvarna Sundari-58 and what Grand music he gave ! The film had 14 songs and from Ghantasala’s ” Laxmi kshir Samudra Raj’ to Sudha Malhotra’s ” Hat jaa re natkhat”, he displayed his originality, creativity and knowledge of Hindustani Raagdari too ! He composed songs in various Raagas like, malkauns, Sohni, Bahar, Jaunpuri, Hameer etc . Songs like ” Mujhe na bula” and ” Kuhu kuhu bole koyaliya” are popular even today and surely can be counted amongst the most memorable of Hindi songs ever.

Born in 1915 in Andhra Pradesh, Rao learnt music from Pt. Sitaram Sastry. He was active on stage for many years. He was an excellent Harmonium player. Surprisingly, he entered film world as a writer and not a musician. Later, he became an assistant to composer Chittur Nagiah from film vande Mataram-1939. His first film as a MD was Vardhini-1946. Along with Folk tunes, Rao used Spanish tunes in his songs. He married actress Anjali Devi,after film Suvarn Sundari in Telugu was released. They started Anjali pictures, a film production company. While he could not get success in Hindi films, after Suvarn Sundari-58, his wife Anjali Devi continued doing roles in Hindi films for many more years. Adi Narayana Rao died on 25-1-1990.

The original Telugu film Suvarn Sundari was made with A.Nageshwar Rao and Anjali Devi in 1957. Tamil version was also made Simultaneously, with Gemini Ganesan and Anjali devi in the lead. Tamil film title was Manaalane Mangaiyi Bakkiyam. The Tamil version was released first. When both Tamil and Telugu films became Hit and Blockbusters, it was planned to dub the Tamil film in Hindi. Lata Mangeshkar was called to Madras to record the songs. When Lata saw the film, she suggested them that instead of dubbing the film, the film may be remade in Hindi. The distributors too opined the same. Therefore the Hindi version was remade with A. Nageshwar Rao and Anjali Devi in the lead. This was the First and the only Hindi film A.Nageshwar Rao made ever in his entire career. The film was shot in Venus Studio, Madras and near Shimsha falls, Mysore. The Hindi film was very successful and celebrated Silver Jubilee in 18 cities.

All the three language versions were directed by Vedantam Raghaviah. He was born to V.Ramiah and Annapoornamma at Kuchipudi village in Krishna District of Andhra Pradesh, on 8-6-1919. from 5th year onwards, he started learning Kuchipudi dance and became a surprise item in many shows and stage dramas. At the age of 9 years he was married to his Maternal cousin. He entered films as an actor and Choreographer in 1937. But from 1949 he changed over to production and Direction. In next 20 years, he directed 30 Telugu and Tamil films plus 2 Hindi films- Suvarna Sundari-58 and Jadoo Nagari-72. His film Devdas-53 was considered as his Best film. He died at the age of only 52 years on 18-11-1971. He received several awards and honours as a Kuchipudi Dancer.

Out of the 14 songs of Suvarn Sundari-58, only 3 songs are discussed on the Blog. Today’s song is the 4th song. The video shows a song coupled with the naughty activities of comedians, small time Thugs in the film, Agha, Mukri and Radha Kishen. Radha Kishen was a comedian with a peculiar style of talking and speaking in a voice that distinguished him from others. I still remember his funny role in film ‘ New Delhi’-1956.

Radha Kishen (Mehra) was born on 13-6-1915 in Delhi. He was a good writer and wanted a job as a writer in films. V.Shantaram, however, offered him a job as an actor in Prabhat. His first role was that of a villain in film ‘ Padosi ‘-41. It was here that he became very friendly with writer Pt. Mukhram Sharma, who helped him by creating special roles for him in the scripts that he wrote. Radhakishen played the roles of a miser to perfection. He became a regular with P.L.Santoshi in films like Shehnai, Sargam, Apni Chhaya etc.

His biggest role as a comedian which brought him to limelight was in film New Delhi-56. He played important roles in Begunah and Naya Daur also. Changing over to comic villain’s role in Parvarish-58, he was equally effective. In Sadhana-58 he was a crafty neighbour and in Chhoti Behan-59, he was a greedy trader. Being a writer himself, he would get effective and ironic dialogues.

At the height of his career, he became a Producer with Amar Rahen ye pyar-61. Because of kavi Pradeep’s left wing songs, the film was held up by Censors for a long time and when finally it was released, it flopped miserably. Before that itself, due to heavy losses, mounting debts and a failed Love affair, Radhakishen committed suicide by jumping to death from the fourth floor terrace of his building, on 18th March 1960. He died after his film Ek ke baad ek-60 was completed. Its Producer Raj Rishi, who was his close friend,put an obituary message in the film’s credits as ” This picture is respectfully dedicated to the fond memories of my friend and great artiste Radhakishen, who is no more with us “.

Same year in May 1960, the well known Distributor Tarachand Barjatya announced a Trophy in the name of Radhakishen, to be given to the Best Comedian of the Year. This is probably the only Trophy of its type in the film industry.

Here is a comedy song video from the film Suvarna Sundari-58. Enjoy….


Song-Raam naam japna paraaya maal apna (Suvarna Sundari)(1958) Singer- Rafi, Lyrics- Bharat Vyas, MD- Adi Narayan Rao
Chorus

Lyrics

arre ajgar kare na chaakri
bhai panchhi kare na kaam
o o o
hum kaahe khat-pat karen
o o
o o o
jab sab ke daata raam
arre raam naam
raam naam
raam naam japna
paraaya maal apna
paraaya maal apna
ho o o
raam naam japna re
raam naam japna
paraaya maal apna ho
hoy
raam naam japna re
raam naam japna
paraaya maal apna
ho ho ho
raam naam japna re
raam naam japna
paraaya maal apna ho o

ho o o
o o o
seedhi ungli ghee na nikle
sun re o anjaane
oye
sun re o anjaane

arre seedhi ungli ghee na nikle
sun re o anjaane
oye jiski laathhi bhains usi ki
keh gaye log sayaane
hoy keh gaye log sayaane
ye bol bade anmol
bhai sach kaha
ye bol bade anmol baawre
man ki ghundi khol khol
bhai raam naam
raam naam
raam naam japna
paraaya maal apna
paraaya maal apna ho
o o
raam naam japna re
raam naam japna
paraaya maal apna ho

arre ho
o o o
ikdam tikdam
tikadtikadbam
ikdam tikdam laga ke saari
duniya bas mein kar le
o duniya bas mein kar le
aha
o ikdam tikdam laga ke
saari duniya bas mein kar le
oye jhoothh bol chaahe loot maar kar
apna khazaana bhar le
phataaphat
apna khazaana bhar le

jag dhokhe ki deewaar
beta sach kaha
o jag dhokhe ki deewaar
yaar tu apna mauka maar maar
bhai raam naam
ho raam raam
raam naam japna
paraaya maal apna
paraaya maal apna ho
o o
raam naam japna re
raam nam japna
paraaya maal apna ho
oye
raam naam japna re
raam naam japna
paraaya maal apna ho
o o
raam naam japna re
raam naam japna
paraaya maal apna ho o


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Blog Day : 3855 Post No. : 14867

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Blog ten year challenge (2009-2019)- Song number 3
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When I began Blog ten year challenge (2009-2019) on 2 february 2019, the challenge ran for two days before hitting a roadblock that lasted two days. The reason was, allthe movies that were covered on 4 and 5 february 2009 were already YIPPEED so none of their songs were left to be covered on the same date ten year later. Same fate befell all movies (bar one) that were covered on 6 february 2009 as well.

The only movie whose song was covered on 6 february 2009 and which still has a few songs left to be discussed ten years later is “Sitaaron Se Aage”(1958). This movie was produced by V L Narasu and directed by Satyen Bose for Narasu Studio, Madras. This “social” movie had Ashok Kumar, Vyjyanti Mala, Johny Walker, Jagdeesh Sethi, Raja Sulochana, Shammi, Manmohan Krishna, Ifthikar, Kundan, Sampson, Krishnkant, Leela Mishra, Rama Sukul, Rajendra, Tony Walker, Sagar, Ravikant, Prem Dhawan, Moolchand Kapoor, Radheshyam, Bishan Khanna, Vasantrao Pahalwan, Sailen Bose, B M Dixit, Patanjali etc in it.

The movie had ten songs in it. Eight of these songs are covered in the blog. Here are the details of the eight songs covered in the past:-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Chanda ki chaandni ka jaadoo 691 6-Feb-2009
O zaraa ruk jaa 2455 8-May-2010
Sambhal ke ye duniya hai 6764 1-Oct-2012
Dil le gaya gham de gaya 9072 29-Nov-2013
Mehfil mein aaye wo aaj dheere se 11484 19-Oct-2015
Sainyya kaise dhaaroon dheer 11493 21-Oct-2015
Aaj kal parson mein phoole jab sarson 13299 2-Jun-2017
Aa khilte hai gul o mere bulbul 14666 1-Oct-2018

When I checked the remaining songs, I discovered that they are part one and two of the same song. This multiple version song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by S D Burman. The song is picturised on Vyjyanti Mala.

With this song, all the songs of “Sitaaron Se Aage”(1958) are now showcased in the blog and the movie joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.

Part I

Part II

Song-Roye jiya aan milo more piya (Sitaaron Se Aage)(1958) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-S D Burman

Lyrics

roye jiya aa aa aa
aan milo more piya
aa aa
roye jiya aa aa
aan milo more piya
aa aa

o o
panchhi gaaye kahin pyaar se
pi kahaan pi kahaan
dekh liye dil tham ke reh gayi mai yahaan
panchhi gaye kahi pyar se
pi kaha pi kahaan
dekh liye dil thaam ke reh gayi mai yahaan
o sathiya
aan milo more piya
aa aa
roye jiya
aan milo more piya
aa aa

thhandi hawa chalne lagi
kya karoon kya karoon
mai akeli jalne lagi
kya karoon kya karoon
thandi hawa chalne lagi
kya karoon kya karoon
mai akeli jalne lagi
kya karoon kya karoon
o beliya aa aa
aan milo more piya
aa aa
roye jiya aa aa
aan milo more piya
aa aa

o o
ye sandesha mera ja kaho
baadlon baadlon
raah takoon piya aa milo aa milo
ye sandesha mera ja kaho
baadlon baadlon
raah takoon piya aa milo aa milo aa milo
more piya aa aa
aan milo more piya
aa aa
roye jiya aa aa
aan milo more piya
aa aa aa aa

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Part II
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roye jiya aa aa
aan milo more piya
aa aa
roye jiya aa aa
aan milo more piya
aa aa

o o
unse kehna yehi dastaan aasmaan
aasmaan
aa nahin to phir saajna
main kahaan tu kahaan
unse kehna yehi dastaan aasmaan
aasmaan
aa nahin to phir saajna
main kahaan tu kahaan
o beliyaa aa aa
aan milo more piya
aa aa
roye jiya aa aa
aan milo more piya
aa aa

din bhi chale hain bahaar ke
aa bhi ja
aa bhi jaa
reh na jaaye koi haar ke
aa bhi ja
aa bhi ja
din bhi chale hain bahaar ke
aa bhi ja
aa bhi jaa
reh na jaaye koi haar ke
aa bhi ja
aa bhi ja
o sathiyaa aa aa
aan milo more piya
aa aa
roye jiya aa aa
aan milo more piya
aa aa aa aa


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