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Blog Day :

4450 Post No. : 15910

Recently,(12th of July’2020 to be precise) the blog saw the 5000th song from the decade 1951-1960 covered on the blog.

This ‘melodious decade’ has around ten thousand songs (as per HFGK) and if we look from that point of view we are just on the ‘half-way mark’ (or little above now as the songs are getting added frequently to this decade, thanks to the collaboration of our team members and also because of projects like Blog Ten Year Challenge.

All songs of this decade may not be available. Only time will tell us what will be the final tally for the songs of 1951-1960.

I noticed that there are a few movies of this decade which are represented in the blog by just one song. I will start from the movie where it began for me during the very first phase of the current ‘pandemic’ or the ‘first lock-down’ period.

It so happened that during the ‘first lock down’ when everything was becoming abnormal gradually and we were getting acquainted with the ‘new routine’, one evening we all family members were preparing for a ‘card game’ before finally retiring for the day. And there was some discussion that ‘kaise din aa gaye hain’ or ‘how the future days are going to be’ and it just knocked the ‘right’ cord in my brain … ‘din raat badalte hain, haalaat badalte hain’, and what more one wants if we have that soothing voice in such situations to calm our mind and give relaxation and the much needed motivation too.

(But today’s discussion is not about Hemant Kumar ji).
So, I played the song on my mobile (that has become new order of the day now since songs are available on YT and easy to play, as the cassette-recorder has taken a safe place in the shelves 🙂 ).

When I checked on the blog, I was surprised that only one song from this movie ‘Naya Sansaar-1959’ was posted on the blog. That piqued my interest and I searched for the other songs of this movie. I marked one song, another philosophical song from this movie for my presentation. I had then planned to present this song but could not make it some how as I had then started my job here and working at our place was resumed after first thirty days of the lock-down. Later I planned to present it on the birth anniversary of the lyricist of this song – Rajinder Krishan. But then it got delayed more and maybe it was waiting for the ‘right time’ for me as I experienced ‘how days things were changing for me after coming back from Kenya 🙂 and like the today’s song after ‘din raat badalte hain’ it was ‘ik ik pal mein badley zamaanaa’. Very soon I lost the ‘shortest tenure job’ of my life. May be God wanted me to rest and spend ‘quality time with my family (which I missed due to my stay in Kenya) :).

After that we had a ‘relocation of the rented accommodation’ in the same city.

So, a little bit changing of ‘surroundings’ again, and though some ‘minor health issues’ bothering (our Doctor is aware 🙂 ) it’s almost two months now at the new place. And as they say ‘this shall also pass’, yes!!
But one thing is constant for me and continues … ‘blog, music, songs’ …

Thanks to God and our well-wishers all of us are safe and healthy so far …

Today on the ‘thirty-third’ ‘Remembrance anniversary’ (06.06.1919-23.09.1987) of lyricist Rajinder Krishan, as a tribute to him, we are going to listen to a song penned by him from the same movie ‘Naya Sansaar-1959’.

‘Naya Sansaar-1959’ was directed by Nanabhai Bhatt for ‘Shri Krishna Films, Bombay’. It was produced by Darshan. It had Jayshree, Pradeep Kumar, Kumari Nanda, Dhumal, Tun Tun, Sundar, Shammi, Majnu, Sheila Vaaz, Sai Subbulakshmi, Kamala Lakshman and others.

This movie had six songs, and all were written by Rajinder Krishan. Music for this movie was composed by Chitragupta.

Lata Mangeshkar, Hemant Kumar, and Usha Mangeshkar had given their voices to the songs in this movie.

Today’s song is sung by Lata Mangeshkar.

As mentioned above lyrics are Rajinder Krishan and music is composed by Chitragupta.


Song-Ik ik pal mein badle zamaana (Naya Zamaana)(1959) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Chitragupta

Lyrics

ik ik pal mein badley zamaanaa aa
ik ik pal mein badley zamaanaa
aaj nayaa
kal hogaa puraanaa aa
hoga puraanaa aa
ik ik pal mein badley zamaanaa aa

kal ki naar nadi ke paar ki
baat takat thhi saajan ki ee
kal ki naar nadi ke paar ki
baat takat thhi saajan ki ee
aankh mein kajraa
haath mein gajraa
paaon mein jodi jhaanjhan ki
aaj lagey ye baat fasaanaa
ek fasaanaa aa
ik ik pal mein badley zamaanaa aa
ik ik pal mein badley zamaanaa

pyaar ke badle ab to thhikaane
naye tareeke
naye zamaane
kahin pe hotel
kahin pe picnic
kahin pe rock n roll ke gaane
bol naye aur nayaa taraanaa
nayaa taraanaa
ik ik pal mein badley zamaanaa aa
ik ik pal mein badley zamaanaa

kal naa jaane is dharti se
chaand pe jaake ae pyaar karen
kal naa jaane is dharti se
chaand pe jaake pyaar karen
saanjh ke jhoole mein dilwaale
ulfat ka iqraar karen
kaisaa hogaa samaa suhaanaa
samaa suhaanaa aa
ik ik pal mein badley zamaanaa aa
ik ik pal mein badley zamaanaa


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Blog Day :

4448 Post No. : 15902

Dancing has been an integral part of Indian cinema even during the era of silent films. In most of the silent films, dancing was mostly confined to courtesans which the society saw it in a negative way. It was only after sound films came in 1931, the film makers started looking for actors who could also sing and dance. So, multi-tasking was the buzz word for the main actors during the early period of sound films. Some actors like Mumtaz Ali, Sunita Devi, Shahzaadi etc were known for their dancing skills though they also acted in supporting roles. Even some lead actors like Molina Devi of New Theatres (remember her dance in ‘Kaarwaan-e-Hayat’, 1935), Radha Rani of Bombay, Mumtaz Shanti and even Leela Chitnis in the film ‘Kanchan’ (1941) were required to dance as part of their roles. By the start of 1940, Sadhana Bose from Bengal joined Hindi films as a classical dancer in the lead/supporting roles.

A few trained dancers like Sitara Devi and Auzurie joined the Hindi film industry by the middle of 1930s. While Sitara Devi was trained both in Hindustani classical and western dances, Auzurie was trained in folk and western dances. Unfortunately, many of their films of 1930s with dances are not available for viewing. While Sitara Devi graduated to heroine and side heroine’s roles in the 1940s, Auzurie continued to work in the films mainly as a dancer.

The success of Sitara Devi and Auzurie in Hindi films seems to have prompted the film makers to have dance song numbers in most of the Hindi films in mid-40s onward. This gave the more scope for trained dancers to join Hindi films. One of the prominent dancers to join Hindi films was Cuckoo in mid-40s. She set a trend in Hindi films by her dance numbers to have at least one dance sequence in most of the Hindi films in the second half of the 1940s and thereafter. The important of her dance numbers in Hindi films can be gauged by the fact that during 1944-50, she danced in as many as 74 films.

With Cuckoo’s popularity as a dancer, some more prominent dancers joined Hindi films like Kumkum in 1947, Mohana Cabral in 1948, Roopmala in 1949, Sheila Vaz, Helen and Padmini, all in 1951. By the middle of 1950s, Hindi film makers had a good number of dancers to choose. One of the dancers who joined Hindi films in the second half of 1950s was Minu Mumtaz. Based on the book, ‘Mehmood – A Man of Many Moods’ (2005) by Hanif Zaveri and ‘The Incredibly Beautiful Minoo Mumtaz’ in YouTube Channel, ‘Tabassum Talkies’, I have attempted a short write-up covering the life story of Minu Mumtaz below:

Minu Mumtaz (real name: Malikunnisa Ali) was born on April 26, 1942 in Mumbai. She was one of the eight siblings of Mumtaz Ali, the popular dancer, singer and supporting actor of the Bombay Talkies in the 1930s and 40s. Mehmood, the comedian was her elder brother and the actor Anwar Ali was her youngest brother.

The family which was enjoying from the money and fame of Mumtaz Ali in the 40s, drifted to poverty due to his excessive drinking. He lost all money, houses, cars and even household items just to satisfy his addiction to drinking. With this, the responsibility of looking after a large family fell on Mehmood, being the eldest son. But he was not getting enough money from his odd jobs to look after a large family. It was Minu Mumtaz who thought of working in the films. She had learnt dance from her father and used to perform dances in her father’s dance troupe, ‘Mumtaz Ali Nites’. But her mother was against any one working in the films as she felt that it was the films which made her husband, Mumtaz Ali the victim of drinking habit.

But the financial condition in the family had become extremely precarious. A time came when it was difficult to manage even two-time meals. One day Minu Mumtaz along with her elder sister, Khairunnisa met Nanubhai Vakil for work in his film who was directing ‘Sakhi Hatim’ (1955. When he came to know that she was the daughter of Mumtaz Ali, he gave her a small role in the film. This was the beginning of her filmy career. She got more films with her dance numbers. With her song in ‘CID’ (1956), she got recognition as a good dancer. Thereafter, there was no looking back for Minu Mumtaz as she got many films, enhancing her status from a dancer to character actors, side roles with the heroines and in a few films even as a heroine.

During the shooting of her film ‘Bandhan’ (1956), Meena Kumari, who had become the sister-in-law of Mehmood, having married her younger sister, Madhu in 1952, gave Malikannisa the screen name ‘Meenu’ to rhyme with Meena. Because of the efforts of Minu Mumtaz, the family got to live in a comfortable position. Mehmood used to say that Minu Mumtaz is not her younger sister but she is like an elder brother to him. Of course, after his box office hit film, ‘Chhoti Bahen’ (1959), Mehmood’s luck also turned for the better in his filmy career to become a star comedian and later the producer and the director.

Minu Mumtaz married S. A. Akbar in 1963 who had directed Mehmood’s ‘Chhote Nawab’ (1961). The family first shifted to Kuwait and thereafter moved to Canada where she resides now.

I have gone through Minu Mumtaz’s filmography as well as songs picturised on her which throws some interesting information. During her active years of filmy career, Minu Mumtaz worked in around 75+ films. Almost equal numbers of songs have been picturised on her. In some films, she had more than one song to her credit. She was in the lead roles in ‘Black Cat’ (1959) and ‘Ghar Ghar Ki Baat’ (1959).

Johny Walker was like a member of the entire Mumtaz Ali family and he was consulted on important family matters. The marriage of Mehmood with Madhu was decided fixed in Johny Walker’s house. I feel that Johny Walker has been instrumental in pushing up her filmy career at least in the initial stages. This is borne out by the fact that Minu Mumtaz worked with Johny Walker in as many as 23 films of which in most of these films, she paired with him. Her brother, Mehmood had worked with her in 14 films of which 9 films pertain to the years when Mehmood had not firmly established in Hindi film industry.

As I said earlier, around 75 songs have been picturised on Minu Mumtaz. Our Blog has covered as many as 69 songs. I have given below links of a few of her popular songs for ready reference:

main hoon Johny badaa toofaani – ‘Maai Baap’ (1957)

boojh mera kya naam re – ‘C.I.D.’ (1956)

aji chale aao aji chale aao – ‘Halaaku’ (1956)

meri jaan meri jaan pyaar kisi se – ‘Yahudi’ (1958)

sitaare raah takte hain – ‘Black Cat’ (1959)

jaanu jaanu re chhupke kaun aaya – ‘Insaan Jaag Utha’ (1959)

saaqiyaa aaj mujhe neend nahin aayegi – ‘Sahib Biwi Aur Ghulam’ (1962)

thodi der ke liye mere ho jaao – ‘Akeli Mat Jaiyyo’ (1963)

On the basis of the listing of Minu Mumtaz songs on the Blog as well as the video clips of her songs available on the video sharing platforms, I have been able to identify six songs picturised on Minu Mumtaz for which video clips are available and are yet to be covered in the Blog. I present one of those six songs from the film ‘Jagga Daaku’ (1959). The song is ‘teri kasam tujhko sanam pyaar kiya re’ sung by Geeta Dutt. Obviously, the song is picurised as a dance by Minu Mumtaz. Jairaj is present in the entire duration of the song. The song is written by B D Mishra which is set to music by S N Tripathi.

Unfortunately, the picture as well as audio qualities of the song on video clip are not good. At two places, there are breaks in the song. So, I have based the lyrics on the audio clip which has a better-quality audio.

As happened with me when I heard the song, I am sure that most of the senior visitors to the Blog would recall that they had heard this song long back but did not relate to the film.

This is the second song to appear in the Blog out of 6 songs in ‘Jagga Daaku’ (1959).

Audio Clip:

Video Clip:


Song-Teri kasam tujhko sanam pyaar kiya re (Jagga Daaku)(1959) Singer-Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-B D Mishra, MD-S N Tripathi

Lyrics

teri kasam
teri kasam tujhko sanam pyaar kiya re
teri mohabbat ne bekraar kiya re
bekraar kiya re
haay
teri kasam

tu jo muskuraaya
tu jo muskuraaya
halka sa nasha chhaaya
madhosh hoke maine tujh pe apna dil lutaaya
tu jo muskuraaya
halka sa nasha chhaaya
madhosh hoke maine tujh pe apna dil lutaaya
tujh pe apna dil lutaaya
haay
teri kasam
teri kasam tujhko sanam pyaar kiya re
teri mohabbat ne bekaraar kiya re
bekaraar kiya re
haay
teri kasam

pyaar pehla pehla
pyaar pehla pehla
ikraar pehla pehla
ye pehli pehli haar ka izhaar pehla pehla
pyaar pehla pehla
ikraar pehla pehla
ye pehli pehli haar ka
izhaar pehla pehla
izhaar pehla pehla
haay
teri kasam
teri kasam tujhko sanam pyaar kiya re
teri mohabbat ne bekaraar kiya re
bekaraar kiya re
haay
teri kasam

naaz mera tu hai
naaz mera tu hai
andaaz mera tu hai
tu raaz zindagi hai
mere dil ki aarzoo hai
naaz mera tu hai
andaaz mera tu hai
tu raaz zindagi hai
mere dil ki aarzoo hai
mere dil ki aarzoo hai
haay
teri kasam
teri kasam tujhko sanam pyaar kiya re
teri mohabbat ne bekaraar kiya re
bekaraar kiya re
haay
teri kasam


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Blog Day :

4446 Post No. : 15896

“Hero No 1” is a movie that has been released thrice, at the gap of three decades. Films of this title have been released in 1939, 1959 and 1997.

The last named movie is not represented in the movie, but the earlier too movies are.

“Hero No 1″(1959) was produced by L G s Lal and directed by Sultan for Jawahar Films, Bombay. this stunt movie had Kamran, Nazi, Niru, Shaam , Habeeb, Leela Gupte, Heera Sawant, Ghani, D Rajkumar, Sattar, Muhammad Ali, Chaandbala, Heera, Shobha, Maqbool, Naresh Chandra, Tuntun, Sheikh etc in it.

One song has been covered in the past.

Here is the second song from “Hero No 1″(1959) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Madhubala Jhaweri. Muzaffar Shahjahanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Iqbal,

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


Song-Mujhe fariyaad karne de mujhe aansoo bahaane de (Hero Number 1)(1959) Singer-Madhubala Jhaweri, Lyrics-Muzaffar Shahjahanpuri, MD-Iqbal
Chorus

Lyrics

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

Mujhe fariyaad karne de
mujhe aansoo bahaane de
lagi hai aag jo dil mein
lagi hai aag jo dil mein
arre zaalim bujhaane de
Mujhe fariyaad karne de
mujhe aansoo bahaane de

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

jigar ki chot dil ke daagh
ab main kisko dikhlaaun
main apne dard ki fariyaad
kiske paas le jaaun
dar o deewaar hi ko gham
ka afsaana sunaane de
lagi hai aag jo dil mein
lagi hai aag jo dil mein
arre zaalim bujhaane de
Mujhe fariyaad karne de
mujhe aansoo bahaane de

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

chaman ko loot kar
mujhpar jo fasle zulm dhaaye jaa
magar dil ek ka hai
doosre ka ho nahin sakta
muhobbat ke janaaze pe
mujhe maatam manaane de
lagi hai aag jo dil mein
lagi hai aag jo dil mein
arre zaalim bujhaane de
Mujhe fariyaad karne de
mujhe aansoo bahaane de


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Blog Day :

4426 Post No. : 15848

Mohammed Rafi: The incomparable (II) – Song No. 18
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30/08/2020 – Birth anniversary of Shailendra

As children’s songs go, there is a healthy dose available of such songs in hindi films especially in the 50’s and 60’s. Or rather, I should say a healthy dose of children’s songs too along with the other types of songs be it religious songs, happy go lucky masti songs, romantic songs, sad songs, club/party songs, dance/folk/stage songs, road-side tamasha songs, comic songs and the philosophical/theme songs. Not to forget the lori/lullaby songs. Good quality songs were many and all the songs were made with painstaking care. So there is nothing like finding unheard songs. They may not remain in memory some months after the actual post is done, because the memory I find is a very fickle thing. It retains the information fed to it years ago, but is rather quick to do away with recently found and heard things. This is no fault of the songs concerned.

There are iconic songs like
‘nanhe munne bachche teri mutthi mein kya hai’, “naani teri morni ko mor le gaye” and
“Lakdi ki kaathhi kaathhi pe ghodaa” to name a few.

Two of three songs song which came to mind are written by Shailendra.

Here I found a children’s song from a the film ‘Deep jalte rahe” (1959), a duet by Rafi sahab with Vijaya, composed by Roshan-to commemorate the birth anniversary today of the lyricist Shailendra. He was a fourth pillar of the one of its kind winsome foursome of Shankar-Jaikishan-Shailendra-Hasrat Jaipuri. We see these names on many famous films credits. The team could not have been the legends they are without one another. Shailendra teamed up with other music directors also with notable success. A prime example is ‘Guide” with S. D. Burman.

Shankardas Kesarilal Shailendra was born on 30th August, 1923 and died on 14th December, 1966 at the age of just 43.

He is said to have died with heartbreak after the failure ‘Teesri Kasam” at the box office, a film close to his heart, also produced by him. Life is nothing if not full of obstacles. One needs to be full of strength to cross each hurdle. What should have been just such obstacle in Shailendra’s life, making him stronger for newer journey, turned out to be his last hurray. The film is a classic on its own, and plus the songs are pearls dotting the necklace of gold. I quote from one of the songs from the film, penned by Shailendra :

sitaaron ne munh pherkar
kaha alvida humsafar
chala kaarwaan ab chalaa
aa aa
aa bhi jaa
raat dhalne lagi
ho
chaand chhupne chala
ho
aa aa bhi jaa

oofaq par khadi hai sehar
andhera hai dil mein idhar
oofaq par khadi hai sehar
ho
andhera hain dil mein idhar
wahi roz ka silsila
aa
aa bhi jaa
raat dhalne lagi
chaand chhupne chala
ho
aa aa bhi jaa

Video :

Audio :

Song-Na ro bhai na ro bhai na ro meri jaan (Deep Jalte Rahe)(1959) Singer-Rafi, Vijaya, Lyrics-Shailendra, MD-Roshan
Both

Lyrics

(child crying)

Mm mm
ae ae
aa haa
ee hee
oo ho
dhin tak
dhin tak
dhin tak
dhin tak
chaama cheek
cheek bomm mm

na ro bhai na ro bhai
na ro bhai na
main teraa Bandar
dug dug naachoon
na ro meri jaan
na ro bhai na ro bhai
na ro bhai na
kahin chali na jaaye
meri naukri
na ro meri jaan

saahab to daftar mein hain….
saahab to daftar mein hain
arrey nau sau jhagde ghar mein hain
lo main royaa aa
aah haa ha haa aa
lo main royaa
mujhi pe hans lo
ae chhote miyaan
haa haa haaa haaan haan
main teraa Bandar
dug dug naachoon
na ro meri jaan
na ro bhai na ro bhai
na ro bhai na
kahin chali na jaaye
meri naukri
na ro meri jaan
(child crying)
na ro munnaa….
na ro meraa betaa aa

huu huu
huu huu hou
binti kartaa hai hanuman
ramaa ho ramaa ho
jai siya raam
binti kartaa hai hanuman
ab to khush ho jaa bhagwaan
yeh hathh teri ee ee
yeh hathh teri
balaa ki hathh hai
kis ki chale yehaan
haa haa haaa haaa
main teraa Bandar
dug dug naachoon
na ro meri jaan

na ro bhai
na ro bhai
na ro bhai na

main teraa Bandar
dug dug naachoon
na ro meri jaan
na ro bhai
na ro bhai
na ro bhai na

kahin chali na jaaye
meri naukri
na ro meri jaan

main teraa haathhi
dum hai kahaan
main teraa choohaa
itna badaa
main teraa totaa
chonch bataa
poochh ye sab upar waale se
main tera Bandar
dug dug naachoon
na ro meri jaan
iyaa iyaa iyaa iyya


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Blog Day :

4416 Post No. : 15824 Movie Count :

4361

Today (20 August 2020) happens to be 36th remembrance day of Avinash Vyas (21 july 1912- 20 August 1984).

As a tribute to him, two songs composed by him have been covered in the blog. Incidentally, his tally of songs in the blog stands at 99. So today is an appropriate occasion to cover the 100th song of Avinash Vyas in the blog.

Avinash Vyas was active in Hindi movies from early 1940s till late 1970s. Overall, he composed music in 52 movies as far as my research goes. Here are the details:-

S No. Movie Name Year Songs in the blog Songs in the movie Remarks
1 Laheri Badmaash 1944 0 9
2 Gunsundari 1948 1 1
3 Bheemsen 1950 3 9
4 Har Har Mahadev 1950 6 10
5 Dashaavtaar 1951 2 12
6 Jai Mahalaxmi 1951 1 9
7 Ram Janm 1951 2 6
8 Shri Vishnu Bhagwan 1951 1 11
9 Rajrani Damyanti 1952 3 9
10 Shiv Shakti 1952 1 7
11 Veer Arjun 1952 3 7
12 Bhaagyawaan 1953 2 5
13 Adhikaar 1954 8 8 YIPPEED
14 Chakradhaari 1954 13 13 YIPPEED
15 Mahapooja 1954 2 4
16 Malka e Alam Noorjahaan 1954 1 8
17 Andher Nagri Chaupat Raja 1955 2 7
18 Ekaadashi 1955 2 8
19 Jagadguru Shankaracharya 1955 3 9
20 Riyaasat 1955 2 7
21 Waaman Avtaar 1955 5 9
22 Dwaarikadheesh 1956 0 9
23 Sudarshan Chakra 1956 1 8
24 Aadhi Roti 1957 4 8
25 Laxmi 1957 3 8
26 Naag Mani 1957 3 10
27 Neelophar 1957 3 5
28 Shesh Naag 1957 1 7
29 Raam Laxman 1957 2 8
30 Sant Raghu 1957 2 8
31 Gopichand 1958 1 8
32 Great Show of India 1958 1 7
33 Jang Bahadur 1958 0 8
34 Pati Parmeshwar 1958 1 10
35 Charnon Ki Daasi 1959 0 6
36 Grihlaxmi 1959 2 9
37 Bhakt Raj 1960 2 8
38 Bapu Ne Kaha Thha 1962 1 Not known
39 Hawa Mahal 1962 1 6
40 Kailashpati 1962 3 16
41 Royal Mail 1963 1 6
42 Bhakt Dhruv Kumar 1964 1 9
43 Mata Mahakali 1968 0 8
44 Badmaash 1969 1 4
45 Beti Tumhaare Jaisi 1969 0 Not known
46 Soorya Devta 1969 1 6
47 Takht Aur Talwaar 1970 1 5
48 Mahasati Savitri 1973 0 8
49 Daaku Aur Bhagwaan 1975 0 8
50 Chhoti Bahan 1977 0 6
51 Maa Baap 1979 0 Not known
52 Bhakt Gora Kumbhaar 1980 0 Not known
Total 52 movies 99 377* Number of songs unknown in some movies

As can be seen from the table, Avinash Vyas has composed a little under 400 songs in 52 Hindi movies. Most of these movies have been mythological movies. But “Adhikaar”(1954) is a glorious exception. In this movie, which was a “social” movie and which is already YIPPEED in the blog, Avinash Vyas created some evergreen classics, viz. BA MA PhD , Dil mein hamaare kaun samaaya khud hi samajh lo , Ek dharti hai ek hai gagan ,
Kamaata hoon bahut kuchh and
Maati kahe kumhaar se…maati mein mil jaanaa etc.

Majority of Hindi movies that Avinash Vyas got in Hindi were mythological movies of course. And in these movies, his songs would typically e penned by Bharat Vyas (no relation), Kavi Pradeep etc. “Chakrdhaari”(1954), an archtypically mythological movie had 13 songs in it. This movie too is YIPPEED in the blog. And what songs this movie has ! Baadal ki paalki pe hoke sawaar and Bolo he zameen bolo aasmaan are two of these songs.

As a tribute to Avinash Vyas, here is a song from “Charnon Ki Daasi”(1959). This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Bharat Vyas is the lyricist. Music is composed by Avinash Vyas, of course.

“Charnon Ki Daasi”(1959) was produced by Beni Talwar and directed by Ramesh Vyas for Chandra Prakash Pictures, Bombay. This movie had Nirupa Roy, Manhar Desai, Madan Puri, Jagdeesh Sethi, Leela Mishra, Jayshree Gadkar, Nand Kishore, Rooplaxmi, Amirbai Karnataki, Heera, Suryakant, Poonam, Narbada Shankar, Jagdeesh Kanwal etc in it.

This movie had six rare songs in it. It is in the fitness of things that the 100th song of Avinash Vyas in the blog as a music director should be a special song. Only the audio of this “remonstating with the Almighty” genre of song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of this song.

With this song, “Charnon Ki Daasi”(1959) makes its debut in the blog while Avinash Vyas joins the select band of artists who have 100 or more songs in the blog. He becomes the 38th music director and 92nd artist overall to achieve this distinction in the blog.

Knowledgeable readers are requested to point our errors and omissions etc if any in the filmography presented above.


Song-Aaja Re…Dukhiya dharti tujhe pukaare (Charnon Ki Daasi)(1959) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-Avinash Vyas

Lyrics

Aajaa re ae ae
dukhiya dharti tujhe pukaare
o paataal ke waasi
sheshnaag ki shaiyya chhod ke
aaja re ae
aaja re Avinaashi

tum bin meri pooja adhoori
o o
o o o o o o
tum bin meri pooja adhoori
ankhiyaan neer bahaatin
tum bin phool mere murjhaaye
bujhi deep ki baati
rahi adhoori meri aarti
teri ban gayi daasi
aaja o Ghanshyaam tumhaare
pathh mein palak bichhaati
jee na sakegi darshan bin
tere charan kamal ki daasi
sheshnaag ki shaiyya chhod ke
aaja re ae
aaja re Avinaashi

ik din toone Drupad suta ki
laaj ka cheer badhaaya
ik din toone maiyya Ahilya ka
sab paap chhudaaya
jab bhakton ne tujhe bulaaya
nange paaon tu aayaa
aaj meri baari aayi to
kahaan wo roop chhupaaya
jal bin machhli si tadpoon main
log udaayen haansi
sheshnaag ki shaiyya chhod ke
aaja re ae
aaja re Avinaashi

aaj is pukaar pe
jo tu na aayegaa aa
mera kuchh nahin tera naam jaayegaa
aaj bigdi baat jo na tu banaayegaa aa
phir na koi bhakt tere geet gaayegaa aa
aaja re ae
aaja re ae
aaja re ae
aaja re ae
aaja re ae ae ae


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“Grihlaxmi”(1959) was produced and directed by Raman V Desai for Bombay Movietone, Bombay. The movie had Shahu Modak, Pandhari Bai, Lalita Pawar, Kumari Nazar, Rooplaxmi, Miss Kala, Indira Bansal, Ramavtaar, Raj, Umakant, Pravin Paul, Devendra, Suryakant Shukla, Polson, Bhairav, Vipin Gupta etc in it.

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

Here is the second song from “Grihlaxmi”(1959) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Bharat Vyas is the lyricist. Music is composed by Avinash Vyas.

Only the audio of this song is available. From the sounds of it, the song appears to be about a lady missing her beloved, or many be it is a Lord Krishn bhajan.I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Saanwre saanwre saanwre kab darshan dogey saanwre (Grihlaxmi)(1959) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-Avinash Vyas

kab darshan doge saanwre
kab darshan doge saanwre
mere naina bhaye baawre
baawre baawre ae ae
kab darshan doge saanwre
kab darshan doge saanwre

kab baajegi teri muraliya
aa aa aa aa aa aa aa aa
kab jhankegi meri paayaliyaa
mere man ki khila do re kaliyaan
aa aa aa aa aa aa aa aa
main to aayi hoon Shyam teri galiyaan
tujhe patiyaan likhoon
man ki batiyaan likhoon
par na jaanoon main tera gaam re
saanwre saanwre saanwre ae ae
kab darshan doge saanwre
mere naina bhaye baawre
baawre baawre ae ae
kab darshan doge saanwre
kab darshan doge saanwre

aa aa aa aa aa aa aa aa
meri ankhiyaan daras ki pyaasi
tum bin chhaayee man mein udaasi
tum ho vaikunthh ke waasi
ee ee ee ee ee ee ee ee
tere charnon ki main hoon daasi
mere sapne phale
sab dukhde tale
teri kirpa ki ho ?? re
saanwre saanwre saanwre ae ae
kab darshan doge saanwre
kab darshan doge saanwre


This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, 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.

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Hindi Songs in Bangla Film – 31
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In Balochistan province of Pakistan, there is a well-known Hindu temple, Hinglaj Mata Temple locally known as Nani Ka Mandir. This temple is regarded as one of the 51 Shaktipeeths and is revered by Hindus, Sikhs and Muslims from Balochistan and Sindh especially the Zikri Balochs who are also the patrons of the temple. The temple is located at the banks of River Hinglaj with a rock carved deity in a cave. This temple is ‘kul devta’ (family deity) of many Hindu khatri families of Sindh, Balochistan and also of some of those residing in India and abroad.

In olden times, visiting the temple involved a trek of around 250 kms from Karachi through the hot deserts and hilly terrains. Now, there is a road from Karachi which takes about 4 hours to reach the temple. In the bi-annual pilgrimage which takes place during Navratris in the months of April and October, thousands of pilgrim marches on foot to Hinglaj Mata Temple. On the way, pilgrims spend a night at Chandrakoop (Moon Well), a shrine of volcanic mud-filled well. It is believed that if pilgrims confess the sins committed by them during their life time while offering prayer at Chandrakoop, they become free from the sins.

Kalikananda Abadhut, a Bengali monk, wrote a travelogue of his pilgrimage to what he calls ‘Marutirtha Hinglaj’ (‘Desert Pilgrimage of Hinglaj’). Probably, he may have gone on pilgrimage before the partition. Based on this travelogue, Bikash Roy, the producer-director-actor, made a Bangla film with the same title which was released in 1959. The star cast included Bikash Roy as an Ascetic leading a group of pilgrims to Hinglaj Mata temple. Uttam Kumar and Sabitri Chatterjee, who later join the pilgrimage unintentionally, performed the role of a husband and a wife. Other actors included Anil Chatterjee, Pahari Sanyal, Chandrabati Devi, Sandhya Devi etc. The film was shot in Digha  in East Mednipur district of West Bengal whose topography closely matches to that of Hinglaj.

On the recommendation from Pradeep ji (Dr. Pradeep Kumar Shetty) who also pointed out that there was a Hindi song in the film, I watched the film with English sub-titles on a video sharing platform. The story of the film is as under:

Abadhut, an ascetic (Bikash Roy) is leading a group of pilgrims to Hinglaj Mata temple located in Balochistan. He is assisted by Popatlal (Pahadi Sanyal), Rooplal (Anil Chatterjee) and Bhairabi (Chandrabati Devi). There is also a priest who is conscious of traditions and caste system and expects everyone to follow strictly.

Before the departure from Karachi, Abadhut cautions the pilgrims that it is a long and arduous journey for days involving walking through hot desert sands and hilly tracks. The food is meagre and pilgrims will have to spend nights without any shelters. Since the water is scarce in the desert, Abadhut advises pilgrims not to share their water with others. All the pilgrims during the journey are to behave as ascetic and worked selflessly for other pilgrims when they are in need of assistance.

Abadhut also tells the story and significance of pilgrimage to Hinglaj Mata temple. When Lord Vishnu scattered the body of Sati all over the Indian sub-continent, the head fell on Hinglaj and thus became the holiest place among the 51 Shaktipeeths. Whoever has committed the sins, they can visit Hinglaj Mata temple only after confessing the sins at Chandrakoop, a volcanic shrine, located on the way to Hinglaj temple. Lord Ram is said to have visited Hinglaj to wash off the sin committed by him by killing Ravan.

While Abadhut is giving guidance to the pilgrims, there is a couple who have taken shelter at pilgrims’ base camp. They are Thirumal (Uttam Kumar) and Kunti (Sabitri Chatterjee). Kunti, a daughter of a wealthy merchant is already married but her husband has been missing for the last two years. She takes the help of Thirumal, a fake astrologer for finding her husband. During their meetings, they become close to each other. One day, Kunti runs away with Thirumal and they get married at the temple. But the society refuses to accept their marriage as her first husband is supposed to be alive though missing and both of them belong to different caste. After failing to find shelter, they are on the run and finally they take refuge in Karachi base camp of pilgrims.

Kunti suggests Thirumal to let follow the pilgrims so that at least for some days, they are safe. But Thirumal refuses. However, in the night a person tries to molest Kunti. Next morning, Thirumal agrees to be the part of the pilgrims. But by the time, pilgrims caravan has already left. Both try to catch up with the pilgrims but they have gone too far and taken a shelter during noon to avoid the harsh sun. Abadhut notices that a couple are walking towards him from quite a distance and then suddenly they fall on the sand. He sends his other pilgrims to look for them. They are brought to the pilgrims’ shelter in unconscious state. After few hours, they regain consciousness. Thirumal tells his story as to how he has grown up in Kolkata as an orphan and did all sorts of illegal work including stealing and how he met Kunti and got married. While catching up with the pilgrims, on the way, they were waylaid by dacoits and Kunti was raped.

After hearing the story, some pilgrims do not want Thirumal and Kunti as part of pilgrimage as they have committed the sins. After the incident, Kunti also feels that she is the sinner for loving Thirumal and a disgraceful woman because of which they are facing all sorts of problems in their life. So, she turns ascetics cutting off her relations with Thirumal who is devastated. He exhibits bouts of insanity. However, despite the murmur of protests from pilgrims, Abadhut takes care of both of them by postponing the journey by one day.

Next day, pilgrims start a long day’s journey. On the way, some pilgrims get dehydrated and are taken care by other pilgrims. But the priest is not able to walk. So Thirumal takes him on his back and walks towards the destination which is Chandrakoop. However, Thirumal suddenly feels suffocated as he is not able to remove the hands of the priest around his neck. He collapses unconscious. It transpires that the priest had already died on the way and Thirumala was carrying his corpse on his back  This event results in Thirumal getting once again the bout of madness. He leaves the caravan and walk aimlessly. In no time, he is found missing. Other pilgrims have no strength to search for him. They think that Thirumal would eventually return.

Finally, pilgrims reach Chandrakoop. After the bath, they visit the shrine of volcanic mud well to offer prayer and also to make the confession of their sins. If the confession is true, the muddy water in Chandrakup continues to boil. Otherwise it stops boiling. While Kunti is about to make her confession, she sees Thirumal on the opposite side on the top of a hillock. But in the streak of madness, Thirumal jumps in the boiling muddy water of Chandrakoop and gets submerged, never to return.

The journey continues to Hinglaj Mata temple and pilgrims complete the prayers. They are now on the return journey. However, Abadhut, Bhairabi and Kunti takes a detour and in the process, they lose direction. The long walk makes them dehydrated and fall on the sand unconscious. Some of the pilgrims rescue them but not Kunti who after regaining consciousness, had already proceeded towards Chandrakoop and jumped into the boiling mud well to join her husband, Thirumal. The bond which was cursed during their life time has become divine with their death.

The director has nicely attempted to make the pilgrims’ journey to run along with moral journey. The pilgrims’ group is a mix of all classes and caste but a priest in the group laments that pilgrims have forgotten the traditions and customs. He does not like to be touched by other pilgrims. He is uncomfortable with Abadhut drinking tea with local tribals. But when the priest gets dehydrated and requires to be carried, it is Thirumal, a sinner according to the priest, who carries him on his shoulder. It is the irony that the priest who is the strong follower of the traditions and religious customs, upon his death,  his last rites is carried out  in the desert without any religious ceremony.

There are few among the pilgrims who are of the opinion that it is a sin to allow Thirumal and Kunti to accompany them in the pilgrimage as they are the sinners. It is once again Abadhut who makes them understand that they need to weigh between sin and compassion. Otherwise abandoning both of them in the desert would tantamount to abetment of their death which is a sin. Lastly, those who are branding them as sinners have also committed the sins. Otherwise why they should visit Chandrakoop to confess their sins to get them washed off. And a confession made by one of the assistants, Popatlal is the worst kind as it related to infanticide.

The film makes us to ponder what is sin and what is virtuous. Perhaps, the answer lies in two lines of Sahir Ludhianvi in a song from ‘Chitralekha’ (1964):

ye paap hai kya ye punya hai kya
reeton par dharm ki moharen hain

‘Marutirtha Hinglaj’ (1959) has three non-Bangla songs of which two are vedic chants in Sanskrit. The third song is a Naat, “Tu Nishaan-e-Benishaan Hai” sung by Shankar-Shambhu Qawwaal and chorus. Lyrics writer is not known. Perhaps it may have been mentioned in the credit titles of the film which is displayed only in Bengali. The Naat is set to music by Hemant Kumar.

The situation of the song is that when the pilgrims take the halt for the day, Abadhut notices a bulky man coming from the opposite direction. He is Khan Sahab who has come to invite the pilgrims to his place where they can rest in shades and also have the advantage of having a well. He also invite pilgrims  to  join his group for the prayer in praise of the Almighty.

Video

Audio

Song – Tu Nishaan e Benishaan Hai (Marutirath Hinglaj) (1959) Singer – Shankar Shambhu Qawwaal, Lyrics – [Unknown], MD – Hemant Kumar
Chorus

Lyrics

ae ae ae
aa aa aa
tu nishaan-e-benishaan hai
tu bahaare-e-sarmadi hai. . .
tera dekhna ibaadat
ibaadat
tera dekhna ibaadat
teri yaad zindagi hai..
tera dekhna ibaadat
aa aa aa aa
teri yaad zindagi hai
aa aa aa aa
tera dekhna ibaadat
 
aa aa aa aa
ye sahi hai pur khata hoon
magar hoon to tera banda aa
ye sahi hai pur khata hoon
magar hoon to tera banda aa
tu agar mujhe nibha le
nibha le
tu agar mujhe nibha le..
teri banda parwari hai..
tu agar mujhe nibha le
aa aa aa aa
teri banda parwari hai
(aa aa aa aa)
tu agar mujhe nibha le
 
aa aa aa
mera daaman-e-gadaai
tere aage kyun na phaile ae
tera mulk do jahaan hain
tere ghar mein kya kami hai. . .
tera mulk do jahaan hai
tere ghar mein kya kami hai. . .
aa aa aa aa
tera mulk jo jahaan hai
 
tere dar pe sajde karna
ho karna
tere dar pe sajde karna
tujhe yaad kar ke rona aa
yehi hai namaaz meri
ho meri
yehi hai namaaz meri
yehi meri bandagi hai..
ye hi hai namaaz meri
aa aa aa aa
yehi meri bandagi hai..
aa aa aa aa
yehi hai namaaz meri
meri ee. . .

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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ए ए ए
आ आ आ
तू निशान ए बेनिशां है
तू बहार ए सरमदी है॰ ॰ ॰
तेरा देखना इबादत
इबादत
तेरा देखना इबादत
तेरी याद ज़िंदगी है॰॰
तेरा देखना इबादत
आ आ आ आ
तेरी याद ज़िंदगी है
आ आ आ आ
तेरा देखना इबादत
आ आ आ आ

ये सही है पुर ख़ता हूँ
मगर हूँ तो तेरा बंदा आ
ये सही है पुर ख़ता हूँ
मगर हूँ तो तेरा बंदा आ
तू अगर मुझे निभा ले॰॰
तेरी बंदा परवरी है
तू अगर मुझे निभा ले
आ आ आ आ
तेरी बंदा परवरी है
आ आ आ आ
तू अगर मुझे निभा ले

आ आ आ
मेरा दामन ए गदाई
तेरे आगे क्यों ना फैले
तेरा मुल्क दो जहां है
तेरे घर में क्या कमी है॰ ॰ ॰
तेरा मुल्क दो जहां है
तेरे घर में क्या कमी है॰ ॰ ॰
आ आ आ
तेरा मुल्क दो जहां है

तेरे दर पे सजदे करना
हो करना
तेरे दर पे सजदे करना
तुझे याद करके रोना आ
यही है नमाज़ मेरी
हो मेरी
यही है नमाज़ मेरी
यही मेरी बंदगी है॰॰
यही है नमाज़ मेरी
आ आ आ आ
यही मेरी बंदगी है॰॰
आ आ आ आ
यही है नमाज़
मेरी॰ ॰ ॰


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.

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Mention ‘Masti Bhara Hai Samaa’ – and there comes to mind an unforgettable sweet melody that will pull at the heart strings, no matter how many times you listen to it. Somehow, the duets that Manna Dey has sung with Lata ji or Suman Kalyanpur, under the baton of Dattaram, are melodies out of this world. Listen to “Ye Din, Din Hain Khushi Ke” from ‘Jab Se Tumhen Dekha Hai’ (1963), or “Na Jaane Khaan Tum The” from ‘Zindagi Aur Khwaab’ (1961), or “Boley Ye Dil Ka Ishaara” from ‘Santaan’ (1959), or “Pyaar Bhari Ye Ghataayen” from ‘Qaidi No. 911’ (1959), or “Bheegi Hawaaon Mein Teri Adaaon Mein” from ‘Shriman Satyawaadi’ (1960), or even the lesser heard “Mil Gaye Duniya Mein Jeene Ke Sahaare” from ‘Dark Street’ (1961) and “Yeh Nasheeli Hawa, Chha Raha Hai Nasha” from ‘Neeli Aankhen’ (1962).

Remembering Dattaram Wadker on the anniversary of his passing away today – 08 June, 2007. He was 78 when he passed away.

About 20 films to his credit and little over 120 songs, brings up his entire body of work across three decade of active career in the industry. This body of work is as an independent music director. More than that, he is also known for his work as a musician and an arranger, especially for the music director duo of Shankar Jaikishan. As a master precusionist, his work is as a tabla and dholak player is legendary. The beats that we hear in iconic creations like “Mud Mud Ke Na Dekh”, “Ramaiya Vasta Vaiya”, “Aa Ja Sanam Madhur Chandni Mein. . .”, “Jahaan Mein Jaati Hoon. . .”. And the duff that we hear being played in “Mera Naam Raju Gharana Anaam” and “Dil Ka Haal Suney Dil Wala”, has the fingers of Dattaram working the instrument.

But then, his work is not to be judged solely by the pace and rhythm of so many of his heart strumming melodies. His creative genius also brought to music lovers, such wonderful gems of melancholia – “Aansoo Bhari Hain Ye Jeevan Ki Raahen”, “Maalik Tere Jahaan Mein”, “Haal e Dil Hamaara, Jaane Na Bewafa Ye Zamaana. . .”, “Dil Dhoondhta Hai Sahaare Sahaare”, “Kabhi Kisi Ki Khushiyaan Koi Loote Naa”, “Hum Aapki Mehfil Mein Bhoole Se Chale Aaye”, “Mere Aansuon Pe Na Muskura.”, “Beete Huye Din Kuch Aise Hi Hain, Yaad Aate Hi Dil Machal Jaaye”, “Itne Bade Jahan Mein Apna Bhi Koi Hota”, and more. The versatility of this unsung music director is surely remarkable.

Today, we are bringing on board the fifth and final song of the film ‘Qaidi No. 911’ from 1959. Out of the five songs, the earlier four have made their appearance on this blog as per the following,

 

1 Meethi Meethi Baaton Se Bachnaa Zaraa 2005 29-Sep-09 Lata
2 Pyaar Bhari Ye Ghataayen 2457 9-May-10 Lata, Manna Dey
3 Tere Teer Ko Hamne Pyar Se Dil Mein Rakhh Liyaa 5234 2-Jan-12 Lata
4 Toone Mera Maine Tera Dil Le Liyaa 15592 9-May-20 Lata

All the songs of this film are written by Hasrat Jaipuri. Today’s song is a club dance song which is performed on screen by Minoo Mumtaz. The singing voice is that of Lata Mangeshkar and she is accompanied by Mehmood, who sings some words in his own voice. In the people who are viewing this performance, one can make out Sheikh Mukhtar who is disguised in traditional Arabic dress, and NA Ansari.

The film is produced and directed by Aspi Irani for the banner of Super Pictures, Bombay. The cast of actors is listed as Sheikh Mukhtar, Nanda, Mehmood, Dazy Irani, Honey Irani, Meenu Mumtaz, Mukri, Gajanan Jagirdar, Heeralal, Achla Sachdev, Protima Devi, Babu Raje, Tuntun, Uma Dutt, Nagpal, Altaf, Bhudo Advani, Fazlu, Mitthu Mian, Mohan Sandow, Rammurti, Shetty, Shafi, Gulab, Prem Sagar, Hanuman, Krishna Kumar, Bagla, Afsarjahan, and Muneera Begum etc.

So with this post, the film ‘Qaidi No. 911’ now becomes a member of the ‘yippeee’ club with all its songs now showcased here.

Song – Ye Khile Khile Taare, Hamaare Hain Ishaare  (Qaidi No. 911) (1959) Singer – Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Hasrat Jaipuri, MD – Duttaram
Mehmood

Lyrics

aaa haa

ye khile khile taare
hamaare hain ishaare
ye khile khile taare
hamaare hain ishaare
aa ja re
aa ja re
aa ja re..ae..ae
aa ja aa bhi jaa
ye khile khile taare
hamaare hain ishaare
ye khile khile taare
hamaare hain ishaare
aa ja re
aa ja re
aa ja re..ae..ae
aa ja aa bhi jaa

rushqa
rushqa haah

tujhe duniya ka darr hai to palkon mein aa
tujhe duniya ka darr hai to palkon mein aa
mere dil ke chaman mein bahaaren to la
la la la
mere dil ke chaman mein bahaaren to la
hawaaein yahi bolen
nazaaron ka dil dole
hawaaein yahi bolen
nazaaron ka dil dole
main dekhoon tujhe ghoom ghoom ke

tendit farmaai
chick bam chicknaai
cham chik chicknaai
voooorrrrraaah

ye khile khile taare
hamaare hain ishaare
ye khile khile taare
hamaare hain ishaare
aa ja re
aa ja re
aa ja re..ae..ae
aa ja aa bhi jaa

rushqa
rushqa haah

mere hothon ko dilbar hansi bhi to de
mere hothon ko dilbar hansi bhi to de
mere pehlu mein aa ke khushi bhi to de
de de de
mere pehlu mein aa ke khushi bhi to de
ye raat bhi suhaani
kahe pyaar ki kahaani
ye raat bhi suhaani
kahe pyaar ki kahaani
qadam tere choom choom ke..ae

dhambu tikla
gulambu hoochaari shey
piye shuuurrraah

ye khile khile taare
hamaare hain ishaare
ye khile khile taare
hamaare hain ishaare
aa ja re
aa ja re
aa ja re..ae..ae
aa ja aa bhi jaa

rushqa
rushqa haah

dil ki baaten hamaari samajh bhi to le..ae
dil ki baaten hamaari samajh bhi to le
aaya koi shikaari samajh bhi to le
le le le
aaya koi shikaari samajh bhi to le
tu jaal mein na aana
ji hai taak (?) mein zamaana
tu jaal mein na aana
ji hai taak (?) mein zamaana
ishaare karoon jhoom jhoom ke

tendit farmaai
chick bam chicknaai
cham chik chicknaai
voooorrrrraaah

ye khile khile taare
hamaare hain ishaare
ye khile khile taare
hamaare hain ishaare
aa ja re
aa ja re
aa ja re..ae..ae
aa ja aa bhi jaa

ye khile khile taare
hamaare hain ishaare
ye khile khile taare
hamaare hain ishaare
aa ja re
aa ja re
aa ja re..ae..ae
aa ja aa bhi jaa

rushqa
rushqa haah

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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आ हा

ये खिले खिले तारे
हमारे हैं इशारे
ये खिले खिले तारे
हमारे हैं इशारे
आ जा रे
आ जा रे
आ जा रे॰॰ए॰॰ए
आ जा आ भी जा
ये खिले खिले तारे
हमारे हैं इशारे
ये खिले खिले तारे
हमारे हैं इशारे
आ जा रे
आ जा रे
आ जा रे॰॰ए॰॰ए
आ जा आ भी जा

रूषक़ा
रूषक़ा हाह

तुझे दुनिया का डर है तो पलकों में आ
तुझे दुनिया का डर है तो पलकों में आ
मेरे दिल के चमन में बहारें तो ला
ला ला ला
मेरे दिल के चमन में बहारें तो ला
हवाएँ यही बोलें
नज़ारों का दिल डोले
हवाएँ यही बोलें
नज़ारों का दिल डोले
मैं देखूँ तुझे घूम घूम के

तेनडित फरमाई
चिक बम चिकनाई
चम चिक चिकनाई
वू॰॰ऊ॰॰र्रर्रर्रा॰॰ह

ये खिले खिले तारे
हमारे हैं इशारे
ये खिले खिले तारे
हमारे हैं इशारे
आ जा रे
आ जा रे
आ जा रे॰॰ए॰॰ए
आ जा आ भी जा

रूषक़ा
रूषक़ा हाह

मेरे होठों को दिलबर हंसी भी तो दे
मेरे होठों को दिलबर हंसी भी तो दे
मेरे पहलू में आके खुशी भी तो दे
दे दे दे
मेरे पहलू में आके खुशी भी तो दे
ये रात भी सुहानी
कहे प्यार की कहानी
ये रात भी सुहानी
कहे प्यार की कहानी
कदम तेरे चूम चूम के॰॰ए

ये खिले खिले तारे
हमारे हैं इशारे
ये खिले खिले तारे
हमारे हैं इशारे
आ जा रे
आ जा रे
आ जा रे॰॰ए॰॰ए
आ जा आ भी जा

रूषक़ा
रूषक़ा हाह

दिल की बातें हमारी समझ भी तो ले॰॰ए
दिल की बातें हमारी समझ भी तो ले
आया कोई शिकारी हमारी समझ भी तो ले
ले ले ले
आया कोई शिकारी हमारी समझ भी तो ले
तू जाल में ना आना
जी है ताक(?) में ज़माना
तू जाल में ना आना
जी है ताक(?) में ज़माना
इशारे करूँ झूम झूम के

तेनडित फरमाई
चिक बम चिकनाई
चम चिक चिकनाई
वू॰॰ऊ॰॰र्रर्रर्रा॰॰ह

ये खिले खिले तारे
हमारे हैं इशारे
ये खिले खिले तारे
हमारे हैं इशारे
आ जा रे
आ जा रे
आ जा रे॰॰ए॰॰ए
आ जा आ भी जा
ये खिले खिले तारे
हमारे हैं इशारे
ये खिले खिले तारे
हमारे हैं इशारे
आ जा रे
आ जा रे
आ जा रे॰॰ए॰॰ए
आ जा आ भी जा

रूषक़ा
रूषक़ा हाह


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusaist 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 :

4320 Post No. : 15607 Movie Count :

4299

– नमस्कार सर जी , जय श्री कृष्ण,
अविनाश बोल रहा हूँ,

– बोलिए बोलिए अविनाश भाई,

– कैसे हैं सर आप

– मुझे क्या हुआ है ?

That is our respected Bharat Bhai. I spoke to him last in this March. Just a courtesy call. But whenever I spoke to him, he was always energetic, full of life and cheerful. . .

I used to call him occasionally, in between particularly after meeting him first time in November 2016 during the Mumbai gang-out. Thereafter the second meeting happened in April 2018 at Surat when Arun ji, Sadanand ji and Bharat Bhai came to meet Harish Raghuvanshi ji at his place.

But today, on 16th May we got this sad news of his demise on 8th of this month.

We all pray to god to rest his soul in peace!!!

Our heartfelt condolences and tributes to him!!!

This song which could have been a part of his series ‘Sureeli Suman’ which I had shared to him and requested a post, but it could not happen somehow, may be because of his health issues. . .

After coming back from Kenya to India I was eager to visit Mumbai and meet him but it could not happen.

On 19th March I called him to greet him on his birthday and also to seek his blessings, as I always used to do while ending the conversation.

– मैं आऊँगा मुंबई आपसे मिलने … मुझे आशीर्वाद दीजिये,

– वो तो हमेशा ही आपके साथ है और रहेगा, इसमें तो कोई बोलने कि बात ही नहीं है,

– ठीक है सर , मिलते है फिर …

We will miss you Sir!!!

The warmth, the love you showered in every meeting and whenever I spoke to you will always remain in memory – the musical meetings, your smiling face and your lovable presence around us will always be missed.

प्रणाम सर जी !

 

 

Song – Ummeedon Se Keh Do Ke Na Aansoo Bahaayen (Jwaalamukhi) (UR) (1950s)(1959) Singer – Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics – Dukhi Amritsari, MD – Devraj

Lyrics

ummeedon se keh do
ke na aansoo bahaayein
rone ko ab to aa gayi hain
kaali ghataayein
ummeedon se keh do

keh do ke ab na machlen
seene mein nafratein
seene mein nafratein
keh do ke ab na tadpen
haaye
dil ki hasratein
haaye
dil ki hasratein
duniya ki nigaahon mein
kahin ham na aa jaayen
rone ko to aa gayi hain
kaali ghataayein
ummeedon se keh do

keh do ke looti duniya meri
aa ke yahin par
aa ke yahin par
keh do ke padi maut hain
chaahat ki zameen par
hai kaun wo apni
jo is arthhi ko uthhaaye
rone ko ab to aa gayi hain
kaali ghataayein
ummeedon se keh do

keh do meri duniya ko
kyun barbaad kiya hai
kyun barbaad kiya hai
keh do meri khushiyon ko
kyun nashaad kiya hain
kyun nashaad kiya hain
haalat ko meri dekh ke
na nain bhar aayen
rone ko ab to aa gayi hain
kaali ghataayein
ummeedon se keh do

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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उम्मीदों से कह दो
के न आंसू बहायें
रोने को अब तो आ गयी हैं
काली घटाएँ
उम्मीदों से कह दो

कह दो के अब न मचलें
सीने में नफरतें
सीने में नफरतें
कह दो के अब न तडपें
हाये
दिल की हसरतें
हाये
दिल की हसरतें
दुनिया की निगाहों में कहीं
हम न आ जाएँ
रोने को अब तो आ गयी हैं
काली घटाएँ
उम्मीदों से कह दो

कह दो के लुटी दुनिया मेरी
आ के यहीं पर
आ के यहीं पर
कह दो के पड़ी मौत हैं
चाहत की ज़मीन पर
हैं कौन वो अपनी
जो इस अर्थी को उठाए
रोने को अब तो आ गयी हैं
काली घटाएँ
उम्मीदों से कह दो

कह दो मेरी दुनिया को
क्यूँ बर्बाद किया हैं
क्यूँ बर्बाद किया हैं
कह दो मेरी खुशियों को
क्यूँ नाशाद किया हैं
क्यूँ नाशाद किया हैं
हालत को मेरी देख के
न नैन भर आये
रोने को अब तो आ गयी हैं
काली घटाएँ
उम्मीदों से कह दो


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Blog Day :

4313 Post No. : 15592

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No. 27
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“Qaidi No 911″(1959) was produced and directed by Aspi for Basant Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Shaikh Mukhtar, Nanda, Minoo Mumtaz, Daisy Irani, Mehmood, Mukri, Gajanan Jagirdar,Hiralal,Achla sachdev,Protima devi,Babu raje,uma dutt,tuntun,
Nagpal,altaf,Bhudo advani,fazloo,mithoo miya,mohan sandow,ram murthy,shetty,shafi,gulab,
prem sagar,hanuman,Krishan kumar,bagla,afsar jhan,munira begum & honey irani

On this day ten years ago, two songs were covered. One song from “Samundar”(1957) and one song from “Qaidi No 911″(1959).
“Samundar”(1957) has been YIPPEED by now. That leaves “Qaidi No 911″(1959) as the only candidate for Blog Ten Year challenge today.

“Qaidi No 911″(1959) had six songs in it. Four songs (including a multiple version song) have been covered in the blog.

Here are the details of the songs from this movie that have been covered so far:-

Song Posted On
Meethi meethi baaton se bachna zaraa Multiple version song 29-Sep-2009
Pyaar bhari ye ghataayen 9-May-2010
Tere teer ko hamne pyaar se dil mein rakh liyaa 2-Jan-2012

Latching on to this Blog Ten year Challenge opportunity, Prakashchandra has sent me the lyrics of a song from “Qaidi No 911″(1959). this song is sung by Lata. Hasrat Jaipuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Dattaram.

The song is picturised as a roadside tamasha dance song on the beach of Chaupati I guess. Mukri is trying to attract customers for his bioscope, but the potential customers get diverted to watch the dance performance of Nanda. 🙂

The picturistion is somewhat reminiscent of “Don”(198) song,“Ee hai Bambai nagariya tu dekh babua”.

audio link:

video link:

Song-Toone mera maine tera dil le liya (Qaidi No 911)(1959) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Dattaram

Lyrics (audio link) (Provided by Prakashchandra)

toone mera maine tera dil le liyaa
haayye toone mera maine tera dil le liyaa
do nain milaa ke haaye rey deewaana kar diya
hoyye deewaana kar diyaa
hoyye toone mera maine tera dil le liyaa
do nain milaa ke haaye rey deewaana kar diya
hoyye deewaana kar diyaa

aaj ruk jaa deewaane
yehi hai apni marzi
pyaar ki raahon mein
aur chaahon mein aisi kya jaldi
aaj ruk jaa deewaane
yehi hai apni marzi
pyaar ki raahon mein
aur chaahon mein aisi kya jaldi
karo na phir ishaaraa
liyaa kyun dil hamaaraa
bataa do
bataa do kab kahaan aur kaisey
toone mera maine tera dil le liyaa
hoyye toone mera maine tera dil le liyaa
do nain milaa ke haaye rey deewaena kar diya
hoyye deewaana kar diyaa

baat sunn le bedardi
phiroon main ghaayal hirni
chaandni raaton mein barsaaton mein
lehraati gaati
baat sunn le bedardi
phiroon main ghaayal hirni
chaandni raaton mein barsaaton mein
lehraati gaati
ye kaissa teer chalaayaa
nazar na hamko aayaa
bataa do
bataa do kab kahaan aur kaisey
toone mera maine tera dil le liyaa
ho toone mera maine tera dil le liyaa
do nain milaa ke haaye rey deewaana kar diya
hoyye deewaana kar diyaa

bheekh de do ulfat ki
bharo jee dil ki jholi
pyaar ki raani hoon
deewaani hoon main aisi bholi
bheekh de do ulfat ki
bharo jee dil ki jholi
pyaar ki raani hoon
deewaani hoon main aisi bholi
ye kaisi aag lagaayi
kali dil ki khilaayi
bataa do
bataa do kab kahaan aur kaisey
toone mera maine tera dil le liyaa
hhoyye toone mera maine tera dil le liyaa
do nain milaa ke haaye rey deewaanaa kar diya
hoyye deewaana kar diyaa
hoyye toone mera maine tera dil le liyaa
do nain milaa ke haaye rey deewaanaa kar diyaa


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