Atul’s Song A Day- A choice collection of Hindi Film & Non-Film Songs

Archive for the ‘Songs of 1960s (1961 to 1970)’ Category


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Blog Day : 4206 Post No. : 15400

Regulars of this blog must have got used to the fact that only one or two “new” songs get discussed daily in this blog and that is all. But oldtimer regulars would recall days of yore when six to seven songs were discussed in a day. On occasions, I had the mortification of being admonished by a subscriber to the blog. “I am a music lover but not so much that I can tolerate getting a song post notification every hour”- he stated. He must have registered for the blog on those days when I was able to post even twelve and thirteen posts in a day. 🙂

This is the fifth post of the day. Going by the present sedate ways of the blog, it is rather unusual. The last time this blog had 5 posts in a day was on 17 march 2019. That was the only such occurrence in the blog in 2019. In comparison, 2018 saw 37 such days. In 2012, when the blog was operating at a Sehwag like strike rate, we had 60 such days. As many as eight songs were covered daily on 39 days in 2012 !

So temporarily, it is feeling like old days for me. But today the reason for this suddenly found enthusiasm is that I want to complete the 154th century writeup of the blog before the weekend, when the going will get tough as far as posting articles is concerned.

I find that the blogging mindset is different when one is posting many posts in a day vis a vis the situation when one intends to post just one write-up. In discussing just one (or two) song in a day, we take a conservative approach. We basically become status quo-ist. On the other hand, when one posts many songs in a day one acts like an adventur-ist.

A conservative man would get defeated by the weather conditions (cold foggy winters) while an adventurist man would wake up early and go on a morning walk when the entire world is hiding under razaai. I find that even on this count I have become an adventurist. For the last few days, I have started going on a morning walk come fog or cold. No, I have not done it voluntarily. It is my pet Chhote who has suddenly become fond of being taken for a walk. So he insists that I take him for a walk in the morning, in the afternoon, and in fact all the time. So now I have started to wake up early, and have started walking early morning, often in chilly low visibility foggy conditions. And after that, I have begun to feel like a million dollars. This winter weather is not so daunting, I have rediscovered. I in fact regularly used to wake up even earlier (at 5 AM) during my stay at Bareilly. So now I am rediscovering my old self when I used to be more determined, and less conservative.

And that determination may well have been getting reflected here in the blog today. 🙂 It is the fifth and final song for the day. and I am realising that covering so many posts in a day is not all that tough. 🙂

In the process, I ended up listeing to lots and lots of songs yesterday night (as I used to do earlier) and I rediscovered the pleasures of stumbling upon gems after musical gems. Yesterday, Sudhir Jee asked me if I had any particular song in mind for this century post and I replied in negative. Within a few hours, I was spoilt for choice ! I discovered so many great songs that I had never heard before. and that is the situation when I may have already heard more that 15400 plus songs !

This song is from “Choron Ka Chaor” (1970). This forgotten movie was a stunt movie which was produced and directed by Muhammad Hussain for MH Films, Bombay. The movie had Dara Singh, Shabnam, Madan Puri, Shetty, Agha, Bhagwan, Roopesh Kumar, Jayshree T, Randheer, Meena, Neelam, Paro Devi, Gul Hamid, Kamini Devi, Shefali, Jerry, Anjum, Dada Kurte, Moolchand, Dilip Dagi, Sabir, V Gopal, Vishwas Kunte, Master Ripple, Indira Bansal, Habeeb, Trilok Singh, Tiger Abdullah etc. in it.

The movie had four forgotten songs in it. Two of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from the movie. This song is one that I had never heard before. It is sung by two female singers who are better known as sisters of their more famous singing sisters. Most of the time they used to get duets with more celebrated singers. Here these two relatively ‘unsung’ singers are given an opportunity to carry a song on their own shoulders. And I must say that the song is just FANTASTIC. Too bad that this song has been forgotten. Or may be it was not even heard by public. I know for sure that I had never heard this song before.

A fantastic song that we are covering as the 15400th song post in the blog. Only the audio of the song is available. Even the audio is quite rare to come by. This song deserves better treatment.

I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song. This song sounds like a synchronized dance song performed by two female dancers in a ‘Villain’s den’ situation.

This song also marks the 100th song of Farooque Kaiser in the blog as a lyricist. Quite a befitting song to bring up his 100th song in the blog ! He becomes the 30th lyricist and 98th artist overall to complete a century of songs in the blog.

I take this opportunity to thank one and all for the continuous support and encouragement that has ensured continuous existence of this blog for over 4200 days (4206 days to be precise ! ). Let us hope that we will see many more such landmarks, and that the frequency of these landmarks will go up as was the case in the past.


Song – Dil Dhadka, Dil Dhadka, Wahi Shola Phir Bhadka (Choron Ka Chor) (1970) Singers – Shyama Hemmadi, Usha Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Farooque Kaiser, MD – Dattaram
Usha Mangeshkar + Shyama Hemmadi

Lyrics

dil dhadka
dil dhadka
wahi shola
phir bhadka
paas aana nahin mere jal jaaoge
baat kehti hoon patey ki lut jaaoge
dil dhadka
dil dhadka
wahi shola
phir bhadka
paas aana nahin mere jal jaaoge
baat kehti hoon patey ki lut jaaoge
dil dhadka
dil dhadka

ye akhiyaan
akhiyaan
ye akhiyaan
us pe ye mera sharmaana
haaye allah
allah
haaye allah
kar dega tumhen deewaana
zara dheere se
zara haule se
tadpaana
dil dhadka
dil dhadka

ji hamse
hamse
ji hamse
jaaoge kahaan tum bachke
o sajna
sajna
o sajna
pag pag pe kamariya lachke
zara tan tan ke
zara ban ban ke
tarsaana
dil dhadka
dil dhadka

ye jalwa
jalwa
ye jalwa
kaisa hai zara kehne do
ye parda
parda
ye parda
aankhon pe pada rehne do
zara ruk ruk ke
zara jhuk jhuk ke
lehraana

dil dhadka
dil dhadka
wahi shola
phir bhadka
paas aana nahin mere jal jaaoge
baat kehti hoon patey ki lut jaaoge
dil dhadka
dil dhadka
wahi shola
phir bhadka
paas aana nahin mere jal jaaoge
baat kehti hoon patey ki lut jaaoge
dil dhadka

dil dhadka

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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दिल धड़का
दिल धड़का
वही शोला
फिर भड़का
पास आना नहीं मेरे जल जाओगे
बात कहती हूँ पते की लुट जाओगे
दिल धड़का
दिल धड़का
वही शोला
फिर भड़का
पास आना नहीं मेरे जल जाओगे
बात कहती हूँ पते की लुट जाओगे
दिल धड़का
दिल धड़का

ये अखियाँ
अखियाँ
ये अखियाँ
उस पे ये मेरा शरमाना
हाए अल्लाह
अल्लाह
हाए अल्लाह
कर देगा तुम्हें दीवाना
ज़रा धीरे से
ज़रा हौले से
तड़पाना
दिल धड़का
दिल धड़का

जी हमसे
हमसे
जी हमसे
जाओगे कहाँ तुम बचके
ओ सजना
सजना
ओ सजना
पग पग पे कमरिया लचके
ज़रा तन तन के
ज़रा बन बन के
तरसाना
दिल धड़का
दिल धड़का

ये जल्वा
जल्वा
ये जल्वा
कैसा है ज़रा कहने दो
ये पर्दा
पर्दा
ये पर्दा
आँखों पे पड़ा रहने दो
ज़रा रुक रुक के
ज़रा झुक झुक के
लहराना

दिल धड़का
दिल धड़का
वही शोला
फिर भड़का
पास आना नहीं मेरे जल जाओगे
बात कहती हूँ पते की लुट जाओगे
दिल धड़का
दिल धड़का
वही शोला
फिर भड़का
पास आना नहीं मेरे जल जाओगे
बात कहती हूँ पते की लुट जाओगे


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, 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 : 4206 Post No. : 15396

Today 23rd January (2020) is the 123rd birth anniversary of one of the greatest ‘sons of this soil’, a great visionary, courageous and brave leader Subhash Chandra Bose.

On this occasion, today I am presenting a song from the ‘1966’ movie ‘Netaji Subhashchandra Bose-1966’.

If we look at the movies made on the life of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, we have the following movies represented on the blog so far.

SNo Movie Year of the movie
01 Pehla Aadmi 1950
02 Netaji Subhashchandra Bose 1966
03 Subhash Chandra 1978
04 Bose- The forgotten hero 2004

Other films inspired by Subhash Bose and INA are,

  1. ’Samadhi’ (1950) was inspired from Indian National Army and it had couple of patriotic songs too).
  2. ‘Ami Subhash Bolchi’ (2011) (Bangla) – a film about a social movement in Bengal inspired by the vision of Subhash Bose (something akin to ‘Lage Raho Munna Bhai’ (2006)).
  3. ‘Raag Desh’ (2017) – a film about the famous Red Fort trials in which the leading soldiers of INA, Colonel Prem Sahgal, Colonel Gurbaksh Singh Dhillon, and Major General Shah Nawaz Khan, were tried by the British Govt. for sedition and waging war against the British Empire. They were sentenced to deportation for life, but the public outcry in favor of these soldiers was so great that the British were forced to release all the defendants. The protest slogan of ‘Sehgal-Dhillon-Shah Nawaz’ became very popular amongst the masses.
  4. ‘Gumnaami’ (2019) – a film based on the Mukherjee Commission Hearings during 1999 to 2005, which investigated the question whether Subhash Bose had died in a plane crash in Taiwan (in 1946).

*(I would request our knowledgeable readers to correct and suggest if  there are any other movies that may have been missed above).

‘Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose’ was directed by Hemen Gupta for ‘Adarshlok, Bombay’.

The cast of this movie included Abhi Bhattacharya, Jaimala, Bipin Gupta, Ulhas, Maxworth, Padma Devi, Niranjan Sharma, N.R. Madholkar, Leela Mishra, Rajeshwar Dayal, Sudarshan Sethi, Mouni Chatterjee, Kant Kumar, Paresh Kumar, Munshi Niyamatulla, Kishan Raj, Mohan Kaul, Jaisingh, Sawant, Kamal Kapoor, Moore, Vulga, Supariwala, Panna Kapoor, Harry, Pears and Kelli.

This movie had five songs penned by Kavi Pradeep and composed to music by Salil Chaudhary. Mohd Rafi, Manna Dey, Savita Bannerjee, Hemant Kumar had given their voices to the songs in this movie.

Three songs from this movie have been posted on the blog earlier. Today’s song is the fourth song from this movie to be posted on the blog. As per HFGK this song is sung by Mohd Rafi, Hemant Kumar and chorus.

As mentioned above lyrics are by Kavi Pradeep and music is by Salil Chaudhary.

Let us listen to this song and pay our tributes and salute to Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and his contribution in the freedom struggle of India.


Song-Dushmanon Saavdhaan (Netaji Subhashchandra Bose)(1966) Singers-Rafi, Hemant Kumar, Lyrics-Kavi Pradeep, MD-Salil Chaudhary
Rafi + Hemant Kumar
Chorus

Lyrics

dushmanon
saavdhaan
shatruon
saavdhan
chal pade hai aaj
hind ke jawaan
sar pe baandh kar kafan
seena taan
chhod do
chhod do
chhod do o o
paapiyon hamaara hindustaan

dushmanon
saavdhaan
shatruon
saavdhan

chal pade hai aaj
hind ke jawaan
sar pe baandh kar kafan
seena taan
chhod do
chhod do
chhod do o o
paapiyon hamaara Hindustaan

dushmanon
saavdhaan
shatruon
saavdhan

jaa chukaa hai waqt
dagaabaaz tumhaara
ab na rahega
ye takht-o-taaj tumhaara
jaa chukaa hai waqt
dagaabaaz tumhaara
ab na rahega
ye takht-o-taaj tumhaara
dhool mein mil jaayega
ye raaj tumhaara
maut se muqaabla hai
aaj tumhaara
tumpe ham m m
tumpe ham girenge
vajr ke samaan
dushmanon
saavdhaan
shatruon
saavdhan

jhanjhanaa rahaa suno
akaash zaalimon
hoga ab tumhaara sarvnaash
zaalimon
jhanjhanaa rahaa suno
akaash zaalimon
hoga ab tumhaara sarvnaash
zaalimon
denge ham bichhaa
tumhaari laash zaalimon
kaal ban ke aaya hai
subhash zaalimon
ham chaley ae
ham chaley
hatheliyon pe leke jaan

dushmanon
saavdhaan
shatruon
saavdhan
chal pade hai aaj
hind ke jawaan
sar pe baandh kar kafan
seena taan
chhod do
chhod do
chhod do o o
paapiyon hamaara Hindustaan
dushmanon
saavdhaan
shatruon
saavdhan

o ho o o o o
o ho o o o o
o ho o o o o
o ho o o o o

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(lines* not included in above song)

ham ladenge tumse
jab talak hai dam mein dam
hamko apni pyaari Janmabhoomi ki qasam
ab nahin rukenge
ye badhte huye qadam
mar kar bhi kar jaayenge
aazaad Hind ham
mar kar bhi rakhenge
ham watan ki shaan
dushmanon
saavdhaan
shatruon
saavdhan

(*as mentioned in the complete lyrics of Kavi Pradeep in the book ‘Kavi Pradeep Ka Hindi Sahitya Mein Avdaan’ by Dr. Dinesh Chandra Awasthi)
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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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दुश्मनों
सावधान
शत्रुओं
सावधान
चल पड़े है आज
हिन्द के जवान
सर पे बाँध कर कफ़न
सीना तान
छोड़ दो
छोड़ दो
छोड़ दो ओ ओ
पापियों हमारा हिंदुस्तान

दुश्मनों
सावधान
शत्रुओं
सावधान

चल पड़े है आज
हिन्द के जवान
सर पे बाँध कर कफ़न
सीना तान
छोड़ दो
छोड़ दो
छोड़ दो ओ ओ
पापियों हमारा हिंदुस्तान

दुश्मनों
सावधान
शत्रुओं
सावधान

जा चुका है वक़्त
दगाबाज़ तुम्हारा
अब न रहेगा
ये तख़्त ओ ताज तुम्हारा
जा चुका है वक़्त
दगाबाज़ तुम्हारा
अब न रहेगा
ये तख़्त ओ ताज तुम्हारा
धुल में मिल जाएगा
ये राज तुम्हारा
मौत से मुकाबला है
आज तुम्हारा
तुमपे हम म म
तुमपे हम गिरेंगे
वज्र के सामान
दुश्मनों
सावधान
शत्रुओं
सावधान

झनझना रहा सुनो
आकाश जालिमों
होगा अब तुम्हारा सर्वनाश
जालिमों
झनझना रहा सुनो
आकाश जालिमों
होगा अब तुम्हारा सर्वनाश
जालिमों
देंगे हम बिछा
तुम्हारी लाश जालिमों
काल बन के आया है
सुभाष जालिमों
हम चले ए
हम चले
हथेलियों पे लेके जान

दुश्मनों
सावधान
शत्रुओं
सावधान

चल पड़े है आज
हिन्द के जवान
सर पे बाँध कर कफ़न
सीना तान
छोड़ दो
छोड़ दो
छोड़ दो ओ ओ
पापियों हमारा हिंदुस्तान
दुश्मनों
सावधान
शत्रुओं
सावधान

ओ हो ओ ओ ओ ओ
ओ हो ओ ओ ओ ओ
ओ हो ओ ओ ओ ओ
ओ हो ओ ओ ओ ओ

(*पंक्तियाँ जो कवि प्रदीप के गीत में है और शायद यहाँ फिल्म में या रिकॉर्डिंग में शामिल नहीं की गयी)

हम लड़ेंगे तुमसे
जब तलक है दम में दम
हमको अपनी प्यारी जन्मभूमि कि क़सम
अब नहीं रुकेंगे
ये बढ़ते हुए क़दम
मर कर भी कर जायेंगे
आज़ाद हिन्द हम
मर कर भी रखेंगे
हम वतन की शान
दुश्मनों
सावधान
शत्रुओं
सावधान


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Blog Day : 4205 Post No. : 15394

“Amat Jyoti”(1965) was directed by Raman B Desai for Bombay Films, Bombay. The movie had L. Vijayalaxmi, Ulhas, Kamal Mehra, Sapru, Mahipal etc in it.

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

Here is the fourth song from “Amat Jyoti”(1965) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Mahendra Kapoor. Bharat Vyas is the lyricist. music is composed by Vasant Desai.

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

Lyrics of this song are provided by Nitin Shah.


Song-Jeewan bhar ham tum saath rahe (Amar Jyoti)(1965) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Mahendra Kapoor, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-Vasant Desai

Lyrics (Provided by Nitin Shah)

Aji o o o
o sajan
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
jeewan bhar ham tum saath rahe
jeewan bhar ham tum mil na sakey

tum ko hum phoolon se poojen
par phoolon se hum khil na sakey
jeewan bhar hum
aji o o o
o sajan

ik mukhde ke do nain thhe hum
aapas meinn phir bhi door rahe
ik nadi ke hum thhe kinaare do
jo milne se mazboor rahe

milne se sapne choor huye
dil ke chaahat bekaar rahe ae ae
donon aapas rote kewal
ik sheeshe ki deewaar rahi ee ee ee
hum soch khade thhe do bande
hum paanch khade thhe do bande
tatke to rahe par mil na sakey
jeewan bhar ham tum saath rahe
jeewan bhar ham tum mil na sakey
jeewan bhar hum
aji o o o
o sajan
aji o o o
o sajan


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Blog Day : 4204 Post No. : 15391

“Teen Bahuraaniyaan”(1968) was directed by S S Wasan and S S Balan for Gemini Combines, Madras. The movie had Dhumal, Prithviraj Kapoor, Rajendranath, Shashikala, Jankidas, Kanchana, Agha, Kanhaiyalal, Vaishali, Niranjan Sharma, Farida, Jayanthi, Lalita Pawar, Ramesh Deo, Jagdeep etc in it.

As can be expected, this was a Madrasi Chandamama kind of story where a combined family consisting of three songs, their daughters and children live together happily and peacefully alongwith the parents. 🙂 It was called a “social” movie. One may as well call it a fantasy fairytaled movie. 🙂

The movie had five songs in it. Two songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Teen Bahuraaniyaan”(1968) to appear in the blog. The song is picturised on the three ladies playing the three daughter’s in law. The song is sung by three Mangeskhar sisdters, viz Lata, Asha Bhonsle and Usha Mangeshkar. This is one of those special cases when three sisters have figures in a song.

Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji. Lyrics for this song are provided by Nitin ji.

I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify the actors seen in the picturisation.

PS-Our knowledgeable reader Dr Subramanian S informs us that the three actresses seen in the picturisation are Sowkar Janaki, Kanchana and Jayanti.


Song-Hamre aangan bagiya (Teen Bahuraaniyaan)(1968) Singers-Lata, Asha Bhonsle, Usha Mangeshkar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics (Provided by Nitin Shah)

hamre aangan bagiya
bagiya mein do panchchi
hamre aangan bagiya
bagiya mein do panchchi
hoye panchchi ud na jaaye dekhna
panchchi ud na jaaye
hamre aangan bagiya
bagiya mein do panchchi
hoye panchchi ud na jaaye dekhna
panchchi ud na jaaye
hamre aangan bagiya

o o o
o o o
o o o
o o o
o o o
o o o
o o o
o o o
pehla panchchi pyaar hai
is pyaar se kariyo pyaar
is pyaar se kariyo pyaar
pehla panchchi pyaar hai
is pyaar se kariyo pyaar
is pyaar se kariyo pyaar
pyaar na ho to soona soona
pyaar na ho to soona soona
laage ye sansaar sakhi ri
hamre aangan bagiya
bagiya mein do panchchi
hoye panchchi ud na jaye dekhns
panchchi ud na jsaye
hamre aangan bagiya

hamre man ki shaanti
dooje panchchi ka naam
dooje panchchi ka naam
hamre man ki shaanti
dooje panchchi ka naam
dooje panchchi ka naam
is bin ye ghar aise jaise
is bin ye ghar aise jaise
mandir bin ghanshyaam sakhi ri
hamre aangan bagiya
bagiya mein do panchchi
hoye panchchi ud na jaaye dekhna
panchchi ud na jaaye
hamre aangan bagiya


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

Blog Day : 4201 Post No. : 15387

Songs Repeated in Hindi Films – 15
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And so, we do get to a song in Saigal Sb’s voice song in this series. Memory serving right, I would have preferred to start the series with this song. But oh well. Actually, we do have a Saigal Sb song earlier in this series. But that song – “Babul Mora, Naihar Chhooto Hi Jaaye”, is rerecorded in Jagjit Singh Chitra Singh voices.

Remembering the memorable singer KL Saigal Sb – it is 73 years today, since this Divine Voice departed from this mortal world. The singer has gone away, his voice, the sound captured in the songs recorded by him, are still alive.

The re-use film is ‘Do Raaste’ (1969) and this song is used as a backdrop in two places in the film. In both scenes, the song is being played from a 78 rpm record on an old styled gramophone. Almost the entire cast of the film gets presented in the two short clips. We see Balraj Sahni, Veena, Kamini Kaushal, Rajesh Khanna, Junior Mehmood and Jayant in the first clip. There is a lady actor sitting with Kamini Kaushal in the first part – is she Kumud Bole? Also, the baby girl with Junior Mehmood – I have seen her in other films also, but I am unable to put a name to her face. Then in the second clip, in addition to the above listed cast, we also have Prem Chopra, Bindu and Mumtaz. And yes, it is Krishnakant who gazes back at us from his perch in the portrait on the wall.

In its time, ‘Do Raaste’ was a popular hit film. Rajesh Khanna was the rising star at that time, plus the music of the film became very popular. Times were when a middle class joint family homes, were presented on screen quite realistically so. The story of the film is a typical loving family scenario, and then we have unhappiness and strife intervene – a new lady joining the household and sows the seeds of step-brotherly misunderstandings. The divide goes to extremes, before things get reformed and patched up. And then it is a joint happy family all over again.

This song appears twice in the film, once at the beginning, when everything is in a relaxed mood, and the household is the blessed ‘nyaara bangla’. And then, this song is presented again close to the end of the film, when all misunderstandings have been removed, and whole family reunites and returns once again to the ‘nyaara bangla‘.

In both the scenes, the song is being played on an old gramophone, which is manually operated. It has a big sound horn attached, as we remember from the old HMV logo. Ah, the pleasures of pure sounds from the 78 rpm records – no electronics, just a very authentic reproduction of the original sound as stored in electric impulses on the shellac. The wonders that were, without the later technologies and advancements. No creation of sound reproduction technology can even come close to the sound of a 78 rpm record playing on an HMV 102 machine – hand cranked, not even electricity to power the turntable. It continues to be a marvel of that age, which is also exemplified by another unique accomplishment – single mike recording with orchestra and multiple singers. The marvels of modern acoustic technology pale in comparison.

The song also brings back the memories of the heady days in the year 2011, going across the months of May through September. The blog was a ‘song-a-day’ platform for Saigal Sb songs. By the time we ended, we had brought on board all the Hindi/Urdu songs of Saigal Sb, which are available in public domain. The mind just cannot believe it is already more than 8 years ago that we went on that exhilarating journey. The joy of getting that done was surely a wondrous taste. But then I also think with some melancholy – that no more Saigal Sb songs are to be posted on our blog. Today’s post in this series is a device that makes us remember and revisit this miracle of nature that was – the voice of Saigal Sb. I take back my words – I would prefer to use ‘is’ instead of ‘was’. I am sure you will agree – for the voice continues to be with us. That peerless, unmatched, incomparable voice, that can only be replayed now.

Our dear Arun ji has mentioned in his previous post – “Door. . . Bahut Door” from yesterday – it was Raj Khosla’s (producer director of ‘Do Raaste’) own childhood memories that probably brought this song into the film. His father loved KL Saigal songs that would often play the records at home on an old gramophone. Those memories were relived by Raj Khosla himself, as he directed ‘Do Raaste’. Wonderful revival, wonderful renewal, wonderful memory stimulant. Thanks Raj Khosla ji, and thanks to Arun ji for bringing in this connect.

The original credits of this song are – lyrics by Kedar Sharma and music by RC Boral. Singing voice of course, is the inimitable Saigal Sb. Listen yet once again to this wondrous original voice – a benefaction of God Himself.

 

Song – Ik Bangala Baney Nyaara  (Do Raaste) (1969) Singers – KL Saigal, Lyrics – Kedar Sharma, MD – RC Boral

Lyrics

ek bangla baney nyaara
ek bangla baney nyaara
rahe kunba jis mein saara
ek bangla baney nyaara
ek bangla baney nyaara

sone ka bangla, chandan ka jangla
sone ka bangla, chandan ka jangla
vishvakarma ke dvaara
vishvakarma ke dvaara
sone ka bangla, chandan ka jangla
vishvakarma ke dvaara
ati sundar pyaara pyaara
ek bangla baney nyaara
ek bangla baney nyaara

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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इक बंगला बने न्यारा
इक बंगला बने न्यारा
रहे कुनबा जिस में सारा
इक बंगला बने न्यारा
इक बंगला बने न्यारा

सोने का बंगला चंदन का जंगला
सोने का बंगला चंदन का जंगला
विश्वकर्मा के द्वारा
विश्वकर्मा के द्वारा
सोने का बंगला चंदन का जंगला
विश्वकर्मा के द्वारा
अति सुंदर प्यारा प्यारा
इक बंगला बने न्यारा
इक बंगला बने न्यारा


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Blog Day : 4201 Post No. : 15386

I wonder if regulars of this blog notice the contents of the box that appears at the beginning of each writeup. It shows the day number of the blog as well as the post number. In case the movie makes its debut with the song then the movie number of this movie in the blog is also mentioned.

Yesterday (17 january 2020) was the 4200th day for the blog. It would seem that this occasion (described by me as artificial landmark 🙂 ) passed off unnoticed.

I began to take notice of this kind of century sometime in 2017. From then onwards I have been noticing it regularly. Noticing this event has been made easier because the day number accompanies each post now a days. this practice was started from 1 january 2018 at the initiative of Sudhir Jee and it has become a regular practice since then.

At the end of 4200th day, the blog had 15385 writeups ! It means that the blog has been going on at an average of 3.66 posts a day for last 4200 days, beginning from 19 july 2008 (day ONE).

At some time in the past, the blog was going on at 4.66 posts in a day !

Out of these 4200 days, there were 223 days when there were no posts. We describe such days as DOT days for the blog, like how there are DOT balls in cricket. Apart from these DOT days, all other days have seen at least ONE post, and often many more. During the more productive days of the blog (2010 to 2013) The highest number of posts in a day has been THIRTEEN !

Here is the breakup of these 4200 days.

Songs in a day Number of occurrences Remarks
NIL Songs posted in a day 223 61 Dot days in 2010
One Song posted in a day 704 221 such occurrences in 2019
Two Songs posted in a day 647 109 such occurrences in 2019
Three Songs posted in a day 558 100 such occurrences in 2017
Four Songs posted in a day 544 89 such occurrences in 2017
Five Songs posted in a day 377 60 such occurrences in 2012
Six Songs posted in a day 681 166 such occurrences in 2009
Seven Songs posted in a day 278 56 such occurrences in 2013
Eight Songs posted in a day 119 39 such occurrences in 2012
Nine Songs posted in a day 42 18 such occurrences in 2012
Ten Songs posted in a day 18 8 such occurrences in 2012
Eleven Songs posted in a day 1 1 such occurrence in 16 august 2012
Twelve Songs posted in a day 6 4 such occurrences in 2011
Thirteen Songs posted in a day 2 on 25 october 2011 and 6 september 2012

On this occasion, when the blog has just completed a special landmark, here is a landmark song. Like the landmark of 4200 days for the blog, this song too marks a special landmark in the history of HFM.

Before I reveal what is that special landmark, let us see the details of this song. This song is from “Paayal Ki Jhankaar”(1968). This movie was directed by M V Raman for Filmistan. The movie had Kishore Kumar, Jyoti Laxmi, Rajshree (South), Dhumal, Moppet Raja, Baby Farida, Master Shahid, P Kailash, Rajendra, Sulochana Chatterjee, Rehman etc in it.

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

One song from the movie was penned by Qamar Jalalabadi and the remaining five songs were penned by Rajinder Krishan. Rajinder Krishan had also written the story, screenplay and dialogue of this movie.

This movie had music by C Ramchandra. It was the 33rd and last movie when Rajinder Krishan and C Ramchandra came together to create songs in HFM. They came together for the first time in 1949 when they created some magical numbers in “Patanga”. Later, they worked together in such musical blockbusters as “Samadhi”(1950), “Albela”(1951), “Anarkali”(1953), “Jhaanjhar”(1953), “Jhamela”(1953), “Pahli Jhalak”(1954), “Azaad”(1955), “Shatranj”(1956), “Asha”(1957), “Baarish”(1957), “Amardeep”(1958) etc.

All the 33 movies where C Ramchandra and Rajinder Krishan worked together, there were a few songs that were sung by Lata Mangeshkar.

This movie “Paayal Ki Jhankaar” (1968) had ONE song by Lata Mangeshkar. It was the last occasion when Lata Mangeshkar sang for C Ramchandra.

So one can say that “Paayal Ki Jhankaar”(1968) was the last time when Lata, Rajinder Krishan and C Ramchandra came together.

Here is this “special” song from “Paayal Ki Jhankaar”(1968). Lyrics for this song are provided by Nitin ji.

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


Song-Tu aaye na aaye magar jaanewaale (Paayal Ki Jhankaar)(1968) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-C Ramchandra

Lyrics (Provided by Nitin Shah)

tu aaye na aaye
magar jaane waale
aaye na aaye
magar jaane waale
teri yaad aake rulaaya karegi
rulaaya karegi
jo dekhegi rota hai koi akela
dekhegi rota hai koi akela
to khud bhi wo aansu bahaaya karegi
bahaya karegi
aaye na aaye

jidhar se gaya tu wo raahen hamesha
jidhar se gaya tu wo raahen hamesha
tarasti rahengi teri vaapsi ko
tarasti rahengi teri vaapsi ko
udhar se hava bhi jo aaya karegi
udhar se hava bhi jo aaya karegi
tera naam leke sataaya karegi
sataaya karegi
tu aaye na aaye
magar jaane waale
aaye na aaye
magar jaane waale
teri yaad aake rulaaya karegi
rulaaya karegi
aaye na aaye

jo raaton ko taare poochhenge mujhse
raato ko taare poochhenge mujhse
bata tu bhi kyo raat bhar jaagti hai
bata tu bhi kyo raat bhar jaagti hai
kahoongi meri neend bas mein nahin hai
ye birhan bahaane banaya karegi
banaya karegi
aaye na aaye
magar jaane waale
aaye na aaye
magar jaane waale
teri yaad aake rulaaya karegi
rulaaya karegi
aaye na aaye

jahaan meri aankhon ka paani girega
jaha meri aankhon ka paani girega
teri yaad ke phool khilte rahenge
teri yaad ke phool khilte rahenge
savere savere jo aayegi shabnam
savere savere jo aayegi shabnam
to dil thhaam kar laut jaaya karegi
jaaya karegi
tu aaye na aaye
magar jaane waale
aaye na aaye
magar jaane waale
teri yaad aake rulaaya karegi
rulaaya karegi
aaye na aaye


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Blog Day : 4198 Post No. : 15381

“Sangdil” (1967), unlike “Sangdil”(1952) is a less known movie. It was directed by Dharam Kumar for Alamdeep Productions, Bombay. This B grade movie had Manohar Deepak, Bhagwan, Johnny Walker, Surendra, Ameeta, Dara Singh, Anwar, Indira, Satish etc in it.

“Sangdil”(1967) had five songs in it that have been forgotten with time. But these songs are forgotten gems.

One song from “Sangdil”(1967) has been covered in the blog. Here is the second song from the movie to appear in the blog.

This song is sung by Lata and Usha Mangeshkar. Naqsh Llayalpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by G S Kohli.

The song is picturised as a synchronised dance song on a stage, watched by a house full audience in a hall.

I am unable to identify the two dancers. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify them.


Song-Badi kaafir tumhaari nazar nikli (Sangdil)(1967) Singers-Lata, Usha Mangeshkar, Lyrics-Naqsh Llayalpuri, MD-G S Kohli
Both

Lyrics

Badi kaafir tumhaari nazar nikli
o Badi kaafir tumhaari nazar nikli
meri jaan le gayi
do jahaaan le gayi
ho ise shola kahoon ya kahoon main bijli
Badi kaafir tumhaari nazar nikli
meri jaan le gayi
do jahaaan le gayi
ho ise shola kahoon ya kahoon main bijli
Badi kaafir tumhaari nazar nikli

mehfil mein tumhaare jalwon mein
o o o
kya mujhpe qayaamat dhhaayi hai
kya mujhpe qayaamat dhhaayi hai
sau baar to dhhalka hai aanchal
sau baar ye nazar sharmaayi hai
sau baar ye nazar sharmaayi hai
ye mulaaqaat jaadoo asar nikli
kyun Badi kaafir tumhaari nazar nikli
meri jaan le gayi
do jahaaan le gayi
ho ise shola kahoon ya kahoon main bijli
Badi kaafir tumhaari nazar nikli

tum hosh mein rehna ae saaqi
o o o o o
mumkin hai rahe na hosh mujhe
mumkin hai rahe na hosh mujhe
ab mera sambhalna mushqil hai
behkoon to na dena dosh mujhe
behkoon to na dena dosh mujhe
saat rangeen pichhle pahar nikli
o Badi kaafir tumhaari nazar nikli
meri jaan le gayi
do jahaaan le gayi
ho ise shola kahoon ya kahoon main bijli
Badi kaafir tumhaari nazar nikli
meri jaan le gayi
do jahaaan le gayi
ho ise shola kahoon ya kahoon main bijli
Badi kaafir tumhaari nazar nikli


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Blog Day : 4197 Post No. : 15380

“Alibaba And 40 Thieves” (1966) was directed by Homi Wadia for Basant Pictures, Bombay. This movie had Sanjeev Kumar, L Vijayalaxmi, S N Tripathi, Veena, Amarnath B M Vyas, David Abraham, Indira, Tabassum etc in it.

The movie had seven songs in it. Two songs have been covered in the past.

Here is another song from “Alibaba And 40 Thieves” (1966). This song is sung by Lata. Prem Dhawan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Usha Khanna.

The song is picturised as a dance performance song by L Vijaylaxmi. The performance is being watched by Sanjeev Kumar and others. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify the other actors visible in the picturisation.

Lyrics for this song are provided by Nitin ji.


Song-Dekhiye zara pyaar se kyun khafa ho dildaar se (Alibaba And 40 Thieves)(1966) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Prem Dhawan, MD-Usha Khanna

Lyrics (Provided by Nitin Shah)

dekhiye zara pyaar se
kyu khafa ho dildaar se
dekhiye zara pyaar se
kyun khafa ho dildaar se
tum raaz-e-dil to samjhe nahin
nigaahen kahin hain nishaana kahin
dekhiye zara pyaar se
kyun khafa ho dildaar se

Zara ye raat dhhalne do
shama ko aur jalne do
haqeeqat khul hi jaayegi
hamaara rang badalne do
tum raaz-e-dil to samjhe nahin
nigaahen kahin hain nishaana kahin
dekhiye zara pyaar se
kyun khafa ho dildaar se

ishaaron hi se behlaaun
kisi ke haath naa aaun
hawa ka ek jhonka hoon
zara chhoo ke guzar jaaun
tum raaz-e-dil to samjhe nahin
nigaahen kahin hain nishaana kahin
dekhiye zara pyaar se
kyun khafa ho dildaar se

na badlegi wafa meri
na badlegi nigaah meri
jo dil se jaake milti hai
wo ulfat ki hai raah meri
tum raaz-e-dil to samjhe nahin
nigaahen kahin hain nishaana kahin
dekhiye zara pyaar se
kyun khafa ho dildaar se
dekhiye zara pyaar se
kyun khafa ho dildaar se


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Blog Day :

4196 Post No. : 15379 Movie Count :

4240

Missing Films of 1960s – 114
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“Khoon Ka Khoon”(1966) was directed by Kamran for K F Films, Bombay. This stunt movie had Dara Singh Randhawa, Nishi, Tiwari, Shyamkumar, Sunder, Kamal Mehra etc in it.

This forgotten movie had five forgotten songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Khoon Ka Khoon”(1966) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Lata. S H Bihari is the lyricist. Music is composed by Usha Khanna.

Only the audio of the song is available. My guess is that this song was lip syncved by Nishi for the benefit of Dara Singh.

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

With this song, “Khoon Ka Khoon”(1966) makes its debut in the blog.

On another note, Lata Mangeshkar had sung songs in 49 movies of 1966. With this song, all 49 movies released in 1966 that had songs sung by Lata Mangeshkar are covered in the blog.

[Ed Note: Realizing that this is/was one of the missing films of 1960s, we are now adding this to that series of songs. This brings the count of this series to 114, the number of films of 1960s that were earlier not represented on our blog.]


Song-Ishaaron hi ishaaron mein samjho (Khoon Ka Khoon)(1966) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-S H Bihari, MD-Usha Khanna

Lyrics

Ishaaron hi ishaaron mein samjho to jaanoon
na main keh sakoongi na tum sun sakoge
ye baaten nahin hotin kehne ki maano
na main keh sakoongi na tum sun sakoge
Ishaaron hi ishaaron mein samjho to jaanoon oon

wo baat jise kehte huye dil sharmaaye
wo baat jise
wo baat jise kehte huye dil sharmaaye
wo baat nahin poochho jo zubaan pe nahin aaye
wo baat nahin poochho jo zubaan pe nahin aaye
haseenon ko kabhi bhi sataane ki na thhaano
na main keh sakoongi na tum sun sakoge
Ishaaron hi ishaaron mein samjho to jaanoon oon

tumhaare hi liye hai meri duniya jawaan
tumhaare hi
tumhaare hi liye hai meri duniya jawaan
haaye kaise ye kahoon main bhala logon mein yahaan
kaise ye kahoon main bhala logon mein yahaan
kahaa jo nahin maine wo sach maano
na main keh sakoongi na tum sun sakoge
Ishaaron hi ishaaron mein samjho to jaanoon oon

Ho jhoothhe mere dil ke iraade to nahin
haaye jhoothhe mere
Ho jhoothhe mere dil ke iraade to nahin
bhhulaane ke liye hain mere waade to nahin
bhhulaane ke liye hain mere waade to nahin
zamaane ko na dekho nazar pehchaano
na main keh sakoongi na tum sun sakoge
Ishaaron hi ishaaron mein samjho to jaanoon oon


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Blog Day : 4185 Post No. : 15365

“Happy New Year 2020” to all associated with this blog!!!

Welcome all to this post of mine which again is appearing after a gap of almost one month. I would like to describe it as ‘after long gap’ because some of the posts that I already sent missed the ‘bus’ and some which I had already planned to send got delayed because of my journey ‘back to India’ and ‘health issues’ which deprived me from “use of Gadgets’ for few days.
May be this ‘No-mobile, TV, Laptop, two-wheeler treatment’ will continue for some more days but I think that will be under some ‘relaxation’.

Today I am presenting herewith a song from the movie ‘Pyaar Ki Pyaas-1961’. It is a ‘birthday song’ and the reason for this ‘special song’ is the celebration of birthday of our beloved ‘Atulites’ – Peevesie’s Mom ji and Pradeep Raghunathan ji.

I take this opportunity to wish both* of them ‘a very very Happy Birthday’ today and a ‘healthy, peaceful and full-musical life’ ahead. 😊 (*and our supporters who also have their birthday today)

Also, I thought this was the right occasion to resume the pending posts and start my ‘new year’ on the blog.

For this post initially I started looking for a ‘party’ song or ‘get together song’ which was also having ‘dosti, yaari, saalgirah, jashn’ etc in it. I had almost finalized two songs from 1985 and one from 1980 and was still listening to one of them when I came across this ‘simple-cute-lovely’ song which I like very much and I think this is the perfect song for today’s occasion. It is a birthday song where children (I guess from the Orphanage) are celebrating birthday of Honey Irani who has been adopted by Nishi and Shrikant.

The song is a ‘children song’, and I think, it doesn’t matter how much we grow by age in our life we never forget our ‘childhood years’ and the ‘celebration of our birthdays’ in those years.

The growing age, in fact, gives us an opportunity to enrich our life with ‘knowledge, experience, and wisdom’ each year and learning and exploring many new things and celebrate life.
And that does not prevent us of a ‘child-like’ celebration and enjoyment on our birthday.

So, let us enjoy the today’s song …

‘Pyaar Ki Pyaas-1961’ was directed by Mahesh Kaul for ‘Anupam Chitra, Bombay’. It was produced by Pt. Mukhram Sharma and Mahesh Kaul.

N.C. Sippy was the Executive Producer of this movie.

The star cast of this movie includes Honey Irani, Nishi, Shrikant, Manmohan Krishna, David, Manorama, Yashodhara Kathju, Lal Bahadur, Gopi Krishna, Kamal Mehra, Indira Bansal, Kathana, Hayat, Taneja and Dulari.

Story of this movie was written by Pt. Mukhram Sharma Editing was done by R.V. Shrikhande.

HFGK Vol-IV (1961-1970) listed Nine songs from this movie which includes one song in two parts. (Few lines from the today’s song is also repeated at the end of the movie which has not been counted as separate part).

The lyrics of all the songs for this movie were written by Bharat Vyas and music was composed by Vasant Desai.

So far, four songs from this movie have been posted on the blog. Today’s song is the fifth song from this movie to appear on the blog.

It is sung by Children and HFGK mentioned this song as ‘in children’s voice’ and the names of the artists have not been mentioned thereof.

Lyrics are by Bharat Vyas and music is composed by Vasant Desai.

(I have not watched this movie so can’t say much about it and its’ songs. I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on the movie and its songs.).

Once again ‘wishing Peevesie’s Mom ji and Pradeep Raghunathan ji a very Happy Birthday and I hope they too will enjoy this song as I did. 😊

Editor note 1– Today also happens to be the birthday of Mrs Sheela, better half of the author of this article. So we extend a happy birthday greetings to her as well.

Editor’s note 2: The song has a main child voice that sounds like Ranu Mukherjee. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify this voice.

Video
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Video (Part II)

Song-Aaya aaya janamdin aaya (Pyaar Ki Pyaas)(1961) Singer-Child singer, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-Vasant Desai
Chorus

Lyrics

aaya aaya janamdin aaya
aaya aaya janamdin aaya
tum aage badho
oonche din din chadho
tum aage badho
oonche din din chadho

par ye din na jaata bhulaaya
aaya
aaya aaya janamdin aaya
aaya aaya janamdin aaya

cham cham karte jitney taare
cham cham karte jitney taare
utne hi hon baras tumhaare
utne hi hon baras tumhaare
pal pal khilo
jaise chandaa khile
pal pal khilo
jaise chandaa khile

aaj tan man mein aanand chhaaya
aaya
aaya aaya janamdin aaya
aaya aaya janamdin aaya

aaya aaya janamdin aaya
aaya aaya janamdin aaya
tum aage badho
oonche din din chadho
tum aage badho
oonche din din chadho

par ye din na jaata bhulaaya
aaya
aaya aaya janamdin aaya
aaya aaya janamdin aaya

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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आया आया जन्मदिन आया
आया आया जन्मदिन आया
तुम आगे बढ़ो
ऊंचे दिन दिन चढो
तुम आगे बढ़ो
ऊंचे दिन दिन चढो

पर ये दिन ना जाता भुलाया
आया
आया आया जन्मदिन आया
आया आया जन्मदिन आया

चम चम करते जितने तारे
चम चम करते जितने तारे
उतने ही हो बरस तुम्हारे
उतने ही हो बरस तुम्हारे
पल पल खिलो
जैसे चन्दा खिले
पल पल खिलो
जैसे चन्दा खिले

आज तन मन में आनंद छाया
आया
आया आया जन्मदिन आया
आया आया जन्मदिन आया

आया आया जन्मदिन आया
आया आया जन्मदिन आया
तुम आगे बढ़ो
ऊंचे दिन दिन चढो
तुम आगे बढ़ो
ऊंचे दिन दिन चढो

पर ये दिन ना जाता भुलाया
आया
आया आया जन्मदिन आया
आया आया जन्मदिन आया


What is this blog all about

This blog discusses Bollywood songs of yesteryears. Every song has a brief description, followed by a video link, and complete lyrics of the song.

This is a labour of love, where “new” songs are added every day, and that has been the case for over ELEVEN years. This blog has over 15400 song posts by now.

This blog is active and online for over 4000 days since its beginning on 19 july 2008.

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Total number of songs posts discussed

15401

Number of movies covered in the blog

Movies with all their songs covered =1180
Total Number of movies covered =4243

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