Advertisements

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

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


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.

“Aaye Din Bahaar Ke”(1966) was produced by J Omprakash and directed by Raghunath Jhalani for Filmyug Private Limited. The movie had Dharmendra, Asha Parekh, Naazima, Sulochana Latkar, Raj Mehra, Rajendranath, Balraj Sahni, Sunder, Mubarak, Sabita Chatterjee, Leela Mishra, Dulari, Madhu Apte, Khairati, Sarita Devi, Brahm Bhardwaj, C.S.Dubey, Nazir Kashmiri, Lata Bose etc in it.

The movie had seven songs in it and all of them were quite popular songs. Five of these songs have been covered in the blog. Here is the sixth song from “Aaye Din Bahaar Ke”(1966) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata and Mahendra Kapoor. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

The song is picturised as a song that was popularly described as the lead pair (Asha Bhonsle and Dharmendra) running around trees, though it is more like rolling on the grass and trampling them in the process, as far as I can tell. 🙂

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra quite some time back.


Song-Ye kali jab talak phool ban ke khiley (Aaye Din Bahaar Ke)(1966) Singers-Lata, Mahendra Kapoor, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

ye kali
jab talak
phool ban ke khiley
intzaar intazaar
intzaar karo
intzaar karo
intazaar woh bhala kya kare
tum jise
beqaraar beqaraar
beqaraar karo

intzaar karo

pyaar mein pyaar ki bhi ijaazat nahin
pyaar mein pyaar ki bhi ijaazat nahin
berukhi hai aji ye mohabbat nahin

aa raha hai maza
tum shikaayat yahi
baar baar
baar baar
baar baar karo
intzaar karo
intzaar woh bhala
kya kare
tum jise
beqaraar beqaraar
beqaraar karo
beqaraar karo

husn pe to asar hone waala nahin
aa aa aa
husn pe to asar hone waala nahin
ishq tum ko na kar de deewaana kahin
hai ye deewaangi bhi qubool
tum agar
hamse pyaar
hamse pyaar
hamse pyaar karo
hamse pyaar karo

ye kali jab talak
phool ban ke khile
intzaar intzaar
intzaar karo
intzaar karo

roz hamne bayaan ye fasaana kiya
roz hamne bayaan ye fasaana kiya
roz tumne naya ik bahaana kiya

ye bahaana magar
aakhri hai sanam
aitbaar aitbaar
aitbaar karo
intzaar karo
intzaar woh bhala
kya kare tum jise
beqaraar beqaraar
beqaraar karo
beqaraar karo

intzaar intzaar
intzaar karo
intzaar karo
hamse pyaar
hamse pyaar
hamse pyaar karo

intzaar karo

Advertisements

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.

Missing Films of 1960s – 31
– – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

The year 1964 saw the release of two films with titles starting with ‘Pahaadi’. One is titled ‘Pahaadi Jawaan’ and the second one is ‘Pahaadi Nagin’. Very rare, very obscure. Small mercies that at least one of them – ‘Pahaadi Nagin’ has some of its songs traceable. ‘Pahaadi Jawaan’ – nothing traceable so far.

The essential basics of the film ‘Pahaadi Nagin’ – the film is directed by  S Azeem for the banner of MGA Films, Bombay. The star cast of this film reads like Azaad, Indira, BM Vyas, Ram Mohan, Dalpat, Babu Rajey, Sadhna Khote, a set of wrestlers by the names Pehalwan (yes, just that), Baburao  Pehalwan, Babu Sandow, Julian, and a set of simply first names that reads like Mona, Birju, Butter (yes. . .), Dilip, Yusuf (yes, both), Habin, Beena, Sushma, Jilani, Gulab, Mansoor, Baasha, Gaffaar, Kumar, Mubarak, Akram, and a child artist, Master Deep. Quite an interesting list of characters.

Geet Kosh lists 6 songs for this film. The music is from the mind of Iqbal, and the words are from the pen of Farooque Kaiser. Today, we bring on board the first song from this film. The singing voice is that of Mubarak Begum. An attractive song – might have captured more attention from the listeners, had this film been better known or had been a better success.

And we also request other knowledgeable friends and readers to please add more information about this film. Nothing more is apparently available / traceable.

Song – Dil Ki Na Jaane Anaadi Balma (Pahaadi Nagin) (1964) Singer – MMubarak BegumLyrics – Farooque Kaiser, MD – Iqbal

Lyrics

dil ki naa jaane anaadi baalma
haaye
dil ki naa jaane anaadi baalma
kaise bataa doon bhala main saari batiyaan
kaise bataa doon bhala main saari batiyaan
dil ki naa jaane anaadi baalma
dil ki naa jaane anaadi baalma

le gaya dil ka haan
le gaya dil ka chain udaa ke
mar gayi main to nain milaa ke
dil ko jalaaye
sataaye
rangeeli ratiyaan
dil ki naa jaane anaadi balma
haaye
dil ki naa jaane
kuchh bhi naa jaane
dil ki naa jaane anaadi balma

pyaar tumhaare haaye
pyaar tumhaare
jaan se pyaara
poochh lo aa ke haal hamaara
bhejin jahaan se
chhupa ka
hazaaron patiyaan
dil ki naa jaane anaadi balma
haaye
dil ki naa jaane
kuchh bhi naa jaane
dil ki naa jaane anaadi balma

mehki rut haan ji
mehki zulfen
nain kateeley
mil gaye us par balmaa hatheeley
haaye naa jaane
naa mane
hamaari batiyaan
dil ki naa jaane anaadi balma
haaye
dil ki naa jaane
kuchh bhi naa jaane
dil ki naa jaane anaadi balma

———————————-
Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
———————————–

दिल की न जाने अनाड़ी बालमा
हाए
दिल की न जाने अनाड़ी बालमा
कैसे बता दूँ भला मैं सारी बतियां
कैसे बता दूँ भला मैं सारी बतियां
दिल की न जाने अनाड़ी बालमा
दिल की न जाने अनाड़ी बालमा

ले गया दिल का हाँ
ले गया दिल का चैन उड़ा के
मर गई मैं तो नैन मिला के
दिल को जलाते
सताये
रंगीली रतियाँ
दिल की न जाने अनाड़ी बलमा
हाए
दिल की न जाने
कुछ भी ना जाने
दिल की न जाने अनाड़ी बलमा

प्यार तुम्हारा हाए
प्यार तुम्हारा
जान से प्यारा
पूछ लो आ के हाल हमारा
भेजीं जहां से
छुपा के
हजारों पतियां
दिल की न जाने अनाड़ी बलमा
हाए
दिल की न जाने
कुछ भी ना जाने
दिल की न जाने अनाड़ी बलमा

महकी रुत हाँ जी
महकी ज़ुल्फें
नैन कटीले
मिल गए उस पर बलमा हठीले
हाए ना जाने
ना माने
हमारी बतियां
दिल की न जाने अनाड़ी बलमा
हाए
दिल की न जाने
कुछ भी ना जाने
दिल की न जाने अनाड़ी बलमा


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.

Missing Films of 1960s – 30
– – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

Before I started working on this post, I was under the misconception that this film has already opened its account on our blog. Why I have carried this impression, I myself am not sure. This has happened with me a few times. On a couple of occasions, I even have sent an SOS message to Atul ji, just to confirm. Sometimes, this feeling that a particular song or a particular film is already present on our blog, is so strong, that either I will not look it up. Or if I do, then I don’t believe that it is not present. It makes me feel that there is some error in the data files. And that is when the SOS message to Atul ji happens. Maybe, it is because that at some point in time in the past, I have thought about writing up a particular song. That desire is so intense, that an impression stays in the mind that it has happened, even though I did not really get around to doing it, for some reason.

The film ‘Aasmaan Mahal’ belongs in that category. When I got the list of missing films from 1960s from Khyati Ben, I was surprised to see this film listed there. I checked and double checked – yes this film has not yet made its entry on our blog. Khyati Ben’s communication is also quite a while ago now, so this debut has taken its own sweet time.

Released in 1965, this film is from one of those different line directors who will not walk a beaten path – Khwaja Ahmed Abbaas. Whenever, I have an encounter with his films, it always has been that the director himself stands out much taller than his creations. Abbaas Sb belongs to that set of directors whose approach to realism is starkly different. Over the decades, the film producers and directors have been raising the bar on creating a progressively more realistic experience for the audiences. Their violence is very real, their romancing and love making is very real, their action and the settings are getting more real, the scenic projections are getting more and more real with the help of better technology and methods. They will make one lose the sense of the medium, that you are watching a film. Their endeavor is to draw the audience so powerfully into the scene, that it seems like being there, seeing that. But there is something missing. And the missing element is the reality of life – the realism of the human situation. What remains is entertainment, no doubt a significant cause for the industry, but the message of life is lost beneath the noise of the effort to present a situation more and more realistically.

Abbaas Sb and other directors of his ilk will present you with drama that does not let you forget that it is after all a drama. They don’t spend any energies to transform reel life into real life. The situations, the expressions, the motions – will not make the audience forget that they are watching a make believe reel life. Au contraire, their triumph is that they are successful in projecting the human situation as it is, and confront the audience with the realism of human beings. They will present a slice of life that is most of the time, a part of our personal experience. Only that they bring it into a sharper focus. Entertainment is not the primary quest. The primary quest is to deliver a message without any soothing embellishments.

The era is late 1930s and early 1940s. The philosophy of communism, which in prior decades had made an impact in Europe, and created a new behemoth nation, the USSR, was maturing. The initial euphoria and the romanticism which captures the imagination of every generation coming of age, brought this philosophy to the centre of the world stage. The Russian influence would work in neighbuoring China also, which would become a communist nation, about a decade later. The influence carried to South America, to Africa and to South and South East Asia, In that backdrop, the communist movement started to take roots in India also.

Being a movement of the masses, their primary method was to reach out to the people in the rural areas and the in the lower strata of the society. The thinkers and dreamers in the cultural spaces were quite influenced by this ideology, and the IPTA (Indian Peoples Theatre Association) was born. In its heydays in the 1940s and 1950s, it boasted of membership that read like the who’s who of the Indian film industry, as well as the Indian writers / authors / poets of any and all significance. Abbaas Sb has been a prominent and leading luminary of this movement of cultural expression in India. I borrow from one of my earlier articles (the post on the song “Aandhi Aaye Ke Toofaan” – film ‘Saat Hindustani’ (1969)), and reproduce a set of paragraphs about him.

 The Wikipeadia page on Abbas Saab contains very interesting information about this personality, e.g. fact like his family tree is traced back to Ayub Ansari, a close associate of Prophet Mohammed, and that his grandfather was one of the prominent soldiers in the 1857 uprising against the Britishers and a martyr, sentenced to be blown on a cannon, and that Abbas Saab is the great great great grandfather of Shahid Kapoor. Besides these familial facts, Abbas Saab has been a prolific writer and journalist, and a noted story writer and film maker in Hindi Cinema. His column ‘Last Page’ in ‘Blitz’, the Bombay based newspaper, ran from 1935 to 1987, the longest running column in the history of Indian journalism. He wrote 73 books in Hindi, Urdu and English, and is considered as one of the premier Urdu short story writers of the 20th century.

Abbas Saab started his career in the film industry in 1936, as a publicist for Bomaby Talkies. He wrote the story and screenplay for ‘Naya Sansar’ (1941) that launched his career as a writer. He also had strong Marxist leanings, and was part of the IPTA (Indian People’s Theatre Association) movement in the 40s and 50s. His debut as a director was with the movie ‘Dharti Ke Lal’ (1945), a movie based on the catastrophic Bengal famine of 1943, produced by IPTA. His other notable screenplay contributions have been Chetan Anand’s ‘Neecha Nagar’, V Shantaram’s ‘Dr. Kotnis Ki Amar Kahaani’, and many movies from the RK studios including ‘Aawaara’, ‘Shri 420’, ‘Jaagte Raho’, ‘Mera Naam Joker’, ‘Bobby’, ‘Henna’ etc. Incidentally, the movie ‘Neecha Nagar’ (1946) has the unique distinction of being the first Indian film to win the Golden Palm at the Cannes Film Festival.

Abbas Saab was a pioneer of the neo-realistic parallel cinema, and through his own production house Naya Sansar, made many notable films like ‘Anhonee’, ‘Raahi’, ‘Munna’, ‘Shehar Aur Sapna’, ‘Aasmaan Mahal’, ‘Char Dil Char Raahen’, ‘Saat Hindustani’, ‘Do Boond Pani’ etc. He won the National Award for ‘Shehar Aur Sapna’, and the awards for best film on national integration for ‘Saat Hindustani’ and ‘Do Boond Pani’.

With ‘Aasmaan Mahal’, Abbaas Sb got the opportunity to present literally the decay and transition of the old feudal systems, being replaced by the power of the worker class – which is the central theme of the Marxist philosophy. The story revolves around the haveli named ‘Aasmaan Mahal’ – a once grand palace which has been the residence of a generation of Nawabs, in the city of Hyderabad. With all avenues of revenue and income dried out, the family and the palace has fallen into decay. There are no finances to maintain the place. The current Nawab, role played by Prithviraj Kapoor, lives on in the hope of one day being able to uncover a hidden treasure on the premises. The archaic tales of the palace tell of a previous generation Nawab having hidden away a large stash of gold and jewels some place in the palace. Its whereabouts are not known.

Meanwhile the errant and spoilt son of the Nawab, role played by Dileep Raj, would not know better, spending his time and days as young men of Nawab families are supposed to. The reality of penury comes home to roost one day. The young heir apparent chooses to start working in a car repair workshop. And he falls in love with the daughter of a commoner. Expectedly, the standoff happens between the generations, with both sides taking tough stands – the elder Nawab arguing about the opulence of the past and where they come from, and the young man talking about the ground realities of what they are now. A compromise consensus is arrive at, the young man gets to marry his beloved in a last big celebration that happens in the palace, after which the palace is auctioned off. The elder Nawab passes away on the day of the auction, and young man takes up work as a truck driver.

The film travels on an even keel, never forgetting the primary thread. The realism of the decay, so potently expressed in black and white, is not just of the palace and its facades, but also of the ageing generations and their belief systems. The uptake of the younger generation, conceding to work as a car mechanic, quite in contrast to his antecedents, is both romanticism as well as an acceptance of life’s realities. It is an out and out KA Abbaas film – the reality of life, and the message of change is very convincing, although viewing the film, the director ensures that you know that you are after all viewing a film.

This is the first song from this film to find its place on our blog. And this song is very special for couple of very important reasons. The first reason is the poet behind this song – Majaaz Lakhnawi. Most readers and friends will be familiar with this name. His iconic ghazal “Ae Gham e Dil Kya Karoon, Ae Vehshat e Dil Kya Karoo” has been made into the now memorable song in the voice of Talat Sb, for the film ‘Thokar’ (1953). It seems that Majaaz had a set of good friends in the industry. Recently, a friend pointed out to me that Majaaz has even made a cameo appearance in one film. In the film ‘Pyaasa’ (1957), just before Hemant Da’s song “Jaane Wo Kaise Log The Jin Ke Pyaar Ko Pyaar Mila”, there is a small session of the literati in progress. Majaaz is present in person in this scene, and also presents two she’er (couplets) in his own voice.
[Ed Note: As pointed out by Sadanand ji, and also after some more checking, the above sentences are deleted. Reason being that the reference to the film ‘Pyaasa’ in this context is incorrect and misplaced. In the above mentioned scene of a small party of the literati at the home of Rehman, two actors play the roles of Majaaz and Jigar Muradabaadi, for the cameos. The actual persona are not present in the scene, as I was led to believe based on a conversation with a friend. Sadanand ji has correctly pointed out that Majaaz passed away in 1955, and the shooting for ‘Pyaas’ commenced only in 1956.]

Given the quality of the song from ‘Thokar’ and the familiarity with the industry folks, it is amazing that Majaaz has not written anything else for the films. With one excpetion – this song from ‘Aasmaan Mahal’. As I searched the Geet Kosh and other sources, I am not able to locate any other writings of his being used in films – just these two solitary ghazals.
[Ed Note: Sadanand ji points out that Majaaz never wrote for films. That there are two instances of his poetry being used in Hindi films, is more about the film people choosing to use his pre-published poetry rather than him writing for films specifically.]

And the second thing special about this ghazal is the manner in which it has been framed and presented. It is a single ghazal, which tells of the pains of helplessness and inefficacies of a heart in love. The music director, JP Kaushik has presented this ghazal as a duet, with the two people in love taking turns to express their emotions using the couplets of the same ghazal. I cannot immediately recall another instance where this method is used. The lines are presented, not as a song, but as a ghazal in its pure form. The lady and the gentleman are shown situated long distances from each other, and are shown communicating through the rendition of this ghazal. The voices are of Mahendra Kapoor singing for Dileep Raj, and Vijaya Chaudhry singing for Surekha.

Another side note. I am presenting two versions of this ghazal, wherein clearly the version on the 78 rpm record is very different from the version that is present in the film. Obviously the two versions have been recorded separately. The body of the ghazal does not change. There is change in the order of the couplets and also which voice picks up which line. A very interesting thing to note is that the film version has NO accompanying music. However, the record version has accompaniment by tabla and sitar. It is quite possible that after the 78 rpm version was recorded, the director may have felt the need for an even more bare bones version to suit the situation in which he wanted to film it. And hence a different version may have been recorded.

More about the film and the people associated with it, in subsequent presentations of the songs of this film. Welcome to ‘Aasmaan Mahal’.

[Video]

[Audio]

Song – Main Aahen Bhar Nahin Sakta (Aasmaan Mahal) (1965) Singer – Mahendra Kapoor, Vijaya Majumdar, Lyrics – Majaaz Lakhnawi, MD – Jag Phool Kaushik
Mahendra Kapoor + Vijaya Majumdar

Lyrics

(Video Version)
main aahen bhar nahin sakta

ke naghme gaa nahin sakta
sukoon lekin mere dil ko
mayassar aa nahin sakta
sukoon lekin mere dil ko

main usko poojti hoon aur
us ko paa nahin sakti
main us ko chaahta hoon aur
us tak jaa nahin sakta

haden wo kheench rakhi hain
haram ke paasbaanon ne
haden wo kheench rakhi hain
haram ke paasbaanon ne
ke bin mujrim baney
paighaam bhi pahuncha nahin sakta

ye majboori si majboori
ye lachaari si lachaari
ke us ke geet bhi  
jee khol kar main gaa nahin sakta
sukoon mere dil ko

na aandhi rok sakti hai
na toofaan rok sakte hain
na toofaan rok sakte hain
magar phir bhi main
us kasr e haseen tak jaa nahin sakta

zubaan par bekhudi mein naam
us ka aa hi jaata hai
zubaan par bekhudi mein naam
us ka aa hi jaata hai
agar poochhe koi wo kaun hai
batla nahin sakta

(Audio Version)
main aahen bhar nahin sakta
ke naghme gaa nahin sakta
sukoon lekin mere dil ko
mayassar aa nahin sakta
sukoon lekin mere dil ko

main usko poojti hoon aur
us ko paa nahin sakti
main us ko chaahta hoon aur
us tak jaa nahin sakta
sukoon lekin mere dil ko

na aandhi rok sakti hai
na toofaan rok sakte hain
magar phir bhi 
main us kasr e haseen tak jaa nahin sakta
sukoon mere dil ko

zubaan par bekhudi mein naam
us ka aa hi jaata hai
zubaan par bekhudi mein naam
us ka aa hi jaata hai
agar poochhe koi wo kaun hai
batla nahin sakta
sukoon mere dil ko

ye majboori si majboori
ye lachaari si lachaari
ye lachaari si lachaari
ke us ke geet bhi  
jee khol kar main gaa nahin sakta

sukoon lekin mere dil ko
mayassar aa nahin sakta
sukoon mere dil ko

———————————-
Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
———————————–

(व्हिडिओ से)
मैं आहें भर नहीं सकता
के नग़में गा नहीं सकता
सुकून लेकिन मेरे दिल को
मयस्सर आ नहीं सकता
सुकून लेकिन मेरे दिल को

मैं उसको पूजती हूँ और
उसको पा नहीं सकती
मैं उसको चाहता हूँ और
उस तक जा नहीं सकता

हदें वो खींच रखीं हैं
हरम के पासबानों ने
हदें वो खींच रखीं हैं
हरम के पासबानों ने
के बिन मुजरिम बने
पैग़ाम भी पहुंचा नहीं सकता

ये मजबूरी सी मजबूरी
ये लाचारी सी लाचारी
के उसके गीत भी
जी खोल कर मैं गा नहीं सकता

ना आँधी रोक सकती है
ना तूफान रोक सकते हैं
ना तूफान रोक सकते हैं
मगर फिर भी
मैं उस कसर ए हसीं तक जा नहीं सकता

ज़ुबान पर बेखुदी में नाम
उसका आ ही जाता है
ज़ुबान पर बेखुदी में नाम
उसका आ ही जाता है
अगर पूछे कोई के कौन है
बतला नहीं सकता

(आडियो से)
मैं आहें भर नहीं सकता
के नग़में गा नहीं सकता
सुकून लेकिन मेरे दिल को
मयस्सर आ नहीं सकता
सुकून लेकिन मेरे दिल को

मैं उसको पूजती हूँ और
उसको पा नहीं सकती
मैं उसको चाहता हूँ और
उस तक जा नहीं सकता
सुकून लेकिन मेरे दिल को

ना आँधी रोक सकती है
ना तूफान रोक सकते हैं
मगर फिर भी
मैं उस कसर ए हसीं तक जा नहीं सकता
सुकून लेकिन मेरे दिल को

ज़ुबान पर बेखुदी में नाम
उसका आ ही जाता है
ज़ुबान पर बेखुदी में नाम
उसका आ ही जाता है
अगर पूछे कोई वो कौन है
बतला नहीं सकता
सुकून लेकिन मेरे दिल को

ये मजबूरी सी मजबूरी
ये लाचारी सी लाचारी
ये लाचारी सी लाचारी
के उसके गीत भी
जी खोल कर मैं गा नहीं सकता

सुकून लेकिन मेरे दिल को

मयस्सर आ नहीं सकता
सुकून लेकिन मेरे दिल को


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.

We in this blog had two new resolutions and I had decided to stick to them as long as I can. One was to introduce a “new” movie daily and another was to to close the account of another movie by YIPPying it.

We are in may 2017, and both these resolutions have finally seen breaks. For instance, there was no YIPPEE song on 13 may 2017, a day that had only one post, a post that introduced a “new” song. The string on YIPPEE posts was in fact broken a few days earlier on 6 may itself when I posted a song that I thought was YIPPYing its movie but I was wrong. The “new” post string had got broken a while ago.

However, unlike most new year resolutions, these new year resolutions were not broken due to laziness or lack of motivation, rather than for more pressing reasons like inability to spend enough time near the computer, which is essential for posting article in the blog. So, we can be proud that we achieved quite a lot in the blog thanks to these resolutions.

One resolution (unstated) still continues, and it is the resolution that there would be no dot days in the blog this year.

Over one hour of Today (15 may 2017) is still remaining, so I will use this time to post a YIPPEE song for the day. This song is the sixth and final song from “Waaris”(1969). This movie was directed by Ramanna for Vasu Films, Madras. The movie had Jeetendra, Hema Malini, Sudesh Sharma, Nazima, Manorama, Daisy Irani, Sunder, Prem Chopra, Aruna Irani, Ashokan, David Abraham, Mehmood, Kamini Kaushal, Sachin etc in it.

This sith and final song from “Waaris”(1969) is sung by Asha Bhonsle, Manna Dey and chorus. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.

The song is picturised as a faux “jhaad phoonk” song where Hema Malini playacts as a woman who is under the spell of a buri aatmaa which Mehmood plays the hilarious looking witch doctor trying to rid Hema Malini of the buri aatmaa. Lots of other characters of the movie are also visible in the picturisation. This song is a diversion song as well. This song keeps people pre occupied and that gives Jeetendra as opportunity to climp up to the building where all this action is taking place.

With this song, “Waaris”(1969) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.

Song – Kaun Hai Wo Kaun Mujhe Jis Ne Jagaaya (Waaris) (1969) Singer – Lata Mangeshkar, Manna Dey, Lyrics – Rajendra Krishan, MD – RD Burman
Chorus

Lyrics

kaun hai wo kaun
mujhe jis ne jagaaya
arey dharti pe aaj yamlok se bulaaya
arey dharti pe aaj yamlok se bulaaya
arrey kau.. kau..aun hai

kaun hai wo kaun
mujhe jis ne jagaaya
arey dharti pe aaj yamlok se bulaaya
arey dharti pe aaj yamlok se bulaaya
arrey kau.. kau..aun hai

ye kangana
ye jhumka
aaa..
ye chunri ye kajra kyon
ye mehndi
ye bindiya
ye paayal ye gajra kyon
jaante nahin ho kya
mere sartaaj ko
thehro bulaati hoon
abhi yamraaj ko
kau..aun hai
kaun hai wo kaun
mujhe jis ne jagaaya
arey dharti pe aaj yamlok se bulaaya
arey dharti pe aaj yamlok se bulaaya
arrey kau.. kau..aun hai

ye bhutnaa
ye baamna
kyon aaya maala japne
hey..ey..ey..ey
ye bhutnaa
ye baamna
arey kyon aaya maala japne
kya samjhe ye chhalia
dekhe devi ke sapne
jaagi hui devi pe
aankh jo lagaaye ga
yahin baithe baithe wo bhasam ho jaayega
kau..aun hai
kaun hai wo kaun
mujhe jis ne jagaaya
arey dharti pe aaj yamlok se bulaaya
arey dharti pe aaj yamlok se bulaaya
arrey kau.. kau..aun hai

haarrup
haarrup
ulya ulya maalampo
ulya kodi bishee
yee..ee..ee
ulya ulya maalampo
ulya kodi bishee
hu..uu..uu..uu
acha kuli kacha kuli kacha kuli kacha kuli
gokhli re gokhli
haiyyaa teri pokhli
gokhli re gokhli
aiyyaa teri pokhli
bol maiyyaa bol
jaldi se khol
ey.. ey..
bol maiyyaa bol
jaldi se khol
aa.. aa..

jaldi se khol de
maanav ki potli
gokhli re gokhli
haiyyaa teri pokhli
haarrup
haa..aap
harrup
haarraa..
chhod de chhod de
pind maiyyaa chhod de
kanya kumari ka mayajaal tod de
haarrup
haarrup

ye kanya kumari hai
deewaan ki dulaari hai
ye kanya kumari hai
deewaan ki dulaari hai
beti bechaari hai
chhod de chhod de
beti bechaari hai
chhod de chhod de
chhod de chhod de
pind maiyyaa chhod de
chhod de chhod de
pind maiyyaa chhod de
bol
(chhod de chhod de)
maiyyaa bol
(pind maiyyaa chhod de)
maiyyaa bol
maiyyaa bol
maiyyaa bo..ol
bol maiyyaa bol
bhog lagaayegi
bol bol ho ke ratan kya khaaegi
charnon mein tere aam kela amrood hai
peene ko maiyyaa boodhi gaaye ka doodh hai
 oo hu hu hu hu
bhoo..hoo..hoo

bhoo bhoo
haaye haaye
bhoo bhoo
o maiyyaa bhoo bhoo
hoye hoye
bhoo bhoo

bhool hui bhool hui
maiyyaa maans dhaari hai
phal waale jaa
ab kasaai ki baari hai
hataao kharbuja
hataao tarbuja
arre jaldi se le ke aao
murgi ka chooza
arre murgi ka chalega ya bakre ka maas
aadmi ka chalega to haazir hai daas
bali nahin chaahiye
jo achhe insaan ki
to charbi khilaaun
kisi motey shaitaan ki
chhod
o pind chhod
maiyyaa chhod
o pind chhod
pind chhod
pind chhod
maaya jaal tod
(pind chhod)
pind chhod
pind chhod
maaya jaal tod
(pind chhod)
maaya jaal tod
maaya jaal tod
haa. . .

———————————-
Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
———————————–

कौन है वो कौन
मुझे जिसने जगाया
अरे धरती पे आज यमलोक से बुलाया
अरे धरती पे आज यमलोक से बुलाया
अररे कौ॰॰ कौ॰॰औन है

कौन है वो कौन
मुझे जिसने जगाया
अरे धरती पे आज यमलोक से बुलाया
अरे धरती पे आज यमलोक से बुलाया
अररे कौ॰॰ कौ॰॰औन है

ये कंगना
ये झुमका
आ॰॰॰
ये चुनरी ये कजरा क्यों
ये मेहंदी
ये बिंदिया
ये पायल के गजरा क्यों
जानते नहीं हो क्या
मेरे सरताज को
ठहरो बुलाती हूँ
अभी यमराज को
कौ॰॰औन है
कौन है वो कौन
मुझे जिसने जगाया
अरे धरती पे आज यमलोक से बुलाया
अरे धरती पे आज यमलोक से बुलाया
अररे कौ॰॰ कौ॰॰औन है

ये भुतना
ये बामना
क्यों आए हैं माला जपने
हे॰॰ए॰॰ए॰॰ए
ये भुतना
ये बामना
क्यों आए हैं माला जपने
क्या समझे ये छलिया
देखे देवी के सपने
जागी हुई देवी पे
आँख जो लगाएगा
यहीं बैठे बैठे वो भसम हो जाएगा
कौ॰॰औन है
कौन है वो कौन
मुझे जिसने जगाया
अरे धरती पे आज यमलोक से बुलाया
अरे धरती पे आज यमलोक से बुलाया
अररे कौ॰॰ कौ॰॰औन है

हा॰॰ड़प
हा॰॰ड़प
उल्या उल्या मालमपो
उल्या कोडी बीशी
यी॰॰ई॰॰ई
उल्या उल्या मालमपो
उल्या कोडी बीशी
हू॰॰ऊ॰॰ऊ
अच्चा कुली कच्चा कुली कच्चा कुली कच्चा कुली
गोखली रे गोखली
हईय्या तेरी पोखली
गोखली रे गोखली
अईय्या तेरी पोखली
बोल मैय्या बोल
जल्दी से खोल
ए॰॰ए॰॰
बोल मैय्या बोल
जल्दी से खोल
आ॰॰ आ॰॰
जल्दी से खोल
मानव की पोटली
गोखली रे गोखली
हईय्या तेरी पोखली
हा॰॰ड़प
हा॰॰ड़प
हा॰॰ड़प
हा॰॰ड़ा॰॰
छोड़ दे छोड़ दे
पिंड मैय्या छोड़ दे
कन्या कुंवारी का मायाजाल तोड़ दे
हा॰॰ड़प
हा॰॰ड़प

ये कन्या कुंवारी है
दीवान की दुलारी है
ये कन्या कुंवारी है
दीवान की दुलारी है
बेटी बेचारी है
छोड़ दे छोड़ दे
बेटी बेचारी है
छोड़ दे छोड़ दे
छोड़ दे छोड़ दे
पिंड मैय्या छोड़ दे
बोल
(पिंड मैय्या छोड़ दे)
मैय्या बोल
(पिंड मैय्या छोड़ दे)
मैय्या बोल
मैय्या बोल
मैय्या बो॰॰ल
बोल मैय्या बोल
भोग लगाएगी
बोल बोल हो के रत्न क्या खाएगी
चरणों में तेरे मैय्या आम केला अमरूद है
पीने को मैय्या बूढ़ी गाय का दूध है

ऊ हू हू हू
भू॰॰हू॰॰हू
भू भू
हाए हाए
भू भू
ओ मैय्या भू भू
होये होये
भू भू

भूल हुई भूल हुई
मैय्या मांसधारी है
फल वाले जा
अब कसाई की बारी है
हटाओ खरबूजा
हटाओ तरबूजा
अरे जल्दी से ले के आओ
मुर्गी का चूज़ा
अरे मुर्गी का चलेगा या बकरे का मास
आदमी का चलेगा तो हाज़िर है दास
बाली नहीं चाहिए
जो अच्छे इंसान की
तो चर्बी खिलाऊँ
किसी मोटे इंसान की
छोड़
ओ पिंड छोड़
मैय्या छोड़
ओ पिंड छोड़
पिंड छोड़
पिंड छोड़
मायाजाल तोड़
(पिंड छोड़)
पिंड छोड़
पिंड छोड़
मायाजाल तोड़
(पिंड छोड़)
मायाजाल तोड़
मायाजाल तोड़
हा॰॰॰


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.

One more film to add to the list. Today’s Yippeee film is ‘Hamaare Gham Se Mat Khelo’ from 1967. Being a film of relatively recent vintage, I am surprised that I am not able to find this song online. This song was heard fairly frequently on the radio in those days, but it seems to have dropped out of the collective memory.

The film is a stunt genre directed by Kunwar Shankar Singh Tomar (assisted by Pal Premi) for the banner of Himachal Pictures, Bombay. The star cast of the film reads as – Kunwar Shankar Singh Tomar, Bharati, Nazir Husain, Sajjan, Murad, Mukri, Maruti, Bela Bose, Niranjan Sharma, Tarun Bose, Amarnath etc. A note in the Geet Kosh indicates that the director cum hero of this film was a resident of Kanpur in his later years, and the compiler, Shri Harmandir Singh ji had met him personally and confirmed / updated the details about this film. I was a little surprised to note that this film is listed as a stunt film. In my mind, the title of this film suggested itself to be more a social drama rather than anything else.

Coming to the songs, this film has six songs, written by three song writers. Three songs are written by Nyay Sharma, two songs (including the song in this post) are written by Shireesh, and one song is a ghazal from the pen of Asraar. As I checked the Geet Kosh for the work of these song writers, I find some interesting notes. The songwriter Asraar seems to have one solitary song of this film, to his credit; his name appears nowhere else in the documented information in Geet Kosh. The name Nyay Sharma appears just in three films, viz. ‘Anjali’ (1957), ‘Kinaare Kinaare’ (1963) and this film – all having the music of Jaidev. In all 24 songs from 3 films. The name Shireesh appears for four films and a total of eight songs. The films are ‘Anokha Jungle’ from 1956, then ‘Hero No. 1’ from 1959, one unreleased film ‘Gypsy’ from 1960s and this film. Outside of this film, Shireesh seems to have worked only with music director Iqbal. Very limited careers, and very limited contributions. I request our more knowledgeable readers and friends to please add more information about these songwriters.
[Ed Note: Mahesh ji Mamadapur has sent me a message identifying one more film for Nyay Sharma – ‘Peele Parbat Kaale Chor’. This film remained incomplete. The music director was Madan Mohan.
One more clarification – the data presented above is based on information available in the Geet Kosh. Which implies that this data is complete till 1980, and does not contain additional data from 1981 and beyond.]

Another interesting thing I noted about this film is that the three songs in this film that are sung by Mahendra Kapoor are probably the only songs that he has recorded for Hindi films with Jaidev. I believe there are one (or more) non film songs that are probably recorded by Jaidev in Mahendra Kapoor’s voice. But in films, this seems to be the only film where Jaidev has used this voice.

List of the songs of this film posted earlier, is given below, with names of the songwriters indicated.

 

1.       Aansoo Chhupaaye Aankh Mein Shireesh
2.       Gar Ye Zameen Nahin Asraar
3.       Ye Khaamoshi Kyun Ye Madhoshi Kyun Nyay Sharma
4.       Kahiye Kya Hukm Hai Nyay Sharma
5.       Ye Bahaar Ka Samaa Nyay Sharma

As our dear Arun ji has noted in another post earlier in the day today (“Hum Punjabi, Hum Bangaali”, from the film ‘Hum Ek Hain’, 1969), the era of 1960s still had the fervour of national pride and nation building. As an independent self governing country, India was still in its teens. The fifties and early sixties were the heady days of growth and modernization of the country, under the prime minister-ship of Jawaharlal Nehru. Then in 1962, 1965 and 1971, we had three wars with our neighbouring countries. The feelings of nationalism were at their peak, and the same was reflected proportionately in our films and film songs.

This song is a wonderful such example of exhorting the nouveau young generation to take on the reins of managing the nation building process. The children of the 1950s who were taught “Hum Laaye Hain Toofaan Se Kishti Nikaal Ke, Is Desh Ko Rakhna Mere Bachcho Sambhaal Ke” (film ‘Jaagriti’, 1954), were now maturing into young men and women. This song seems to take off where the ‘Jaagriti’ song had left off, a decade earlier.

The song carries the fervour of that era, and there is a specific mention of the Five Year Planning process that had been put in place by the first government of independent India. The words of this song encourage the younger generation folks who are now turning into active adults, to take charge and carry forward the progress and the pride of this country.

As I listen to this song again today after so many years, and as I write these words, a thought comes to my mind. The message of this song is not limited to that era. The message is timeless and it applies to every generation, as it transitions into mature and responsible adults. Will this message, this song mean the same to the young people of today? An interesting question to be debated. The message is true, and is equally necessary in this age, as it was five decades ago. But in my opinion, there is a disillusionment of the general masses with the governing system and the political party-ism that has corrupted this nation beyond belief. Would the young adults of this age be impressed by the timelessness of this message, and the words of this song? I invite the readers and friends to comment on this.

Meanwhile, enjoy this song that captures the spirit of an era in recent history. The song has been rendered so appropriately, as only Mahendra Kapoor can deliver – the rising octaves taking the emotions to the heights of the sky – the rendition expresses so truly, the spirit of the words in the song.

And yes, we have this film, ‘Hamaare Gham Se Mat Khelo’, join the ranks of Yippeee’d films on our blog. 🙂

Song – Naye Yug Waalo Nai Umr Waalo (Hamaare Gham Se Mat Khelo) (1967) Singer – Mahendra KapoorLyrics – Sheerish, MD – Jaidev

Lyrics

naye yug waalo..oo
nai umr waalo
sambhaalo sambaahlo watan ko sambhaalo
sambhaalo sambaahlo watan ko sambhaalo
sambhaalo
nai umr waalo
sambhaalo sambaahlo watan ko sambhaalo
sambhaalo sambaahlo watan ko sambhaalo

tumhen aaj apne watan ne pukaara
zameen ne pukaara gagan ne pukaara
utho apni taaqat ka..aa
utho apni taaqat ka le kar sahaara
watan hai hamaara
watan hai tumhaara
sajaa lo
naye yug waalo
bahaaron se apne chaman ko sajaa lo
bahaaron se apne chaman ko sajaa lo
sambhaalo
nai umr waalo
sambhaalo sambaahlo watan ko sambhaalo

kadam hum ko mil ke badhaana padega
ab har haal mein muskuraana padega
tiranga gaga mein lehraana padega..aa
tiranga gaga mein lehraana padega
ye khwaab e jawahar sajaana padega
sajaa lo
naye yug waalo
nai yojana  se watan ko sajaa lo
nai yojana  se watan ko sajaa lo
sambhaalo
nai umr waalo
sambhaalo sambaahlo watan ko sambhaalo

utho desh ki uljhanon ko mita do
utho ab watan ko gulistaan banaa do
utho saathiyo apna parcham sambhaalo..oo
utho saathiyo apna parcham sambhaalo
utho apne haathon mein hindostaan lo
utha lo
naye yug waalo
watan ko himalay se ooncha utha lo
watan ko himalay se ooncha utha lo
sambhaalo
nai umr waalo
sambhaalo sambaahlo watan ko sambhaalo
naye yug waalo
naye yug waalo
naye yug waalo..oo..

———————————-
Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
———————————–

नए युग वालो॰॰ओ॰॰
नई उम्र वालो
संभालो संभालो वतन को संभालो
संभालो संभालो वतन को संभालो
संभालो
नई उम्र वालो
संभालो संभालो वतन को संभालो
संभालो संभालो वतन को संभालो

तुम्हें आज अपने वतन ने पुकारा
ज़मीन ने पुकारा गगन ने पुकारा
उठो अपनी ताक़त का॰॰आ॰॰
उठो अपनी ताक़त का लेकर सहारा
वतन है हमारा
वतन है तुम्हारा
सजा लो
नए युग वालो
बहारों से अपने चमन को सजा लो
बहारों से अपने चमन को सजा लो
संभालो
नई उम्र वालो
संभालो संभालो वतन को संभालो

कदम हमको मिलके बढ़ाना पड़ेगा
अब हर हाल में मुसकुराना पड़ेगा
तिरंगा गगन में लहराना पड़ेगा॰॰आ॰॰
तिरंगा गगन में लहराना पड़ेगा
ये ख्वाब ए जवाहर सजाना पड़ेगा
सजा लो
नए युग वालो
नई योजना से वतन को सजा लो
नई योजना से वतन को सजा लो
संभालो
नई उम्र वालो
संभालो संभालो वतन को संभालो

उठो देश की उलझनों को मिटा दो
उठो अब वतन को गुलिस्ताँ बना दो
उठो साथियो अपना परचम संभालो॰॰ओ॰॰
उठो साथियो अपना परचम संभालो
उठो अपने हाथो में हिन्दोस्तां लो
उठा लो
नए युग वालो
वतन को हिमालय से ऊंचा उठा लो
वतन को हिमालय से ऊंचा उठा लो
संभालो
नई उम्र वालो
संभालो संभालो वतन को संभालो
नए युग वालो
नए युग वालो
नए युग वालो॰॰ओ॰॰


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

REPORT ON MUMBAI GANGOUT – Part 2
—————————————–

……Javed ji was introduced to Sadanand ji, as they were meeting each other for the first time. Even I had met him for the first time, though we had E-mail communications earlier. It so happened that, in the last Mumbai Gangout which Sudhir ji attended, he had gifted all of us a copy of Javed ji’s first Hindi book ( he has more books in Urdu), ” Kuchh kalaakaar-kuchh yaden “. After reading that book, I wrote a mail to Javed ji about certain discrepancies, I had found in the book. Actually I was hesitant whether to write such a mail to him, but my adventurism won over me and the mail was sent finally.

Happily, I received Javed ji’s reply in due course, in which he thanked me profusely and assured me that in the next editions all those corrections would be incorporated. Thus, we knew each other Electronically, before this physical meeting.

Sadanand ji and me had decided earlier that in an informal meeting of 2-3 persons, an Agenda would be superfluous. So, we did not have any written down agenda as such, but we had some points about some songs, to be discussed with Sudhir ji. Sudhir ji and Sadanand ji sat separately discussing from Sudhir ji’s Laptop. Javed ji had sent me a typed manuscript of his forthcoming Hindi book. Before sending the same to the publisher, Javed ji wanted that I see it and give my suggestions. So Sudhir ji and Sadanand ji made a pair discussing about their points and me and Javed ji sat discussing his book.

The first thing javed ji wanted me to do was to finalise the Title of the book. He had 3 Titles on offer and asked me to select one which he would give to the book. I remembered the occasion when Devika Rani had asked Yousuf-the fruit seller to select one of the 3 screen names for him- Dilip kumar, Jehangir and Vasudev. Oh my God ! Dilip Kumar and Arun Kumar ! What a coincidence !! Both in the same situation !!! We know what Yousuf selected and you will know what I suggested when the book is released soon.

My ego-balloon was soon deflated by a simple query about the lunch, as it was Lunch time already. We ordered few items from a nearby hotel. Upon its arrival and arrangements, an elaborate lunch programme was undertaken. After lunch, we decided to keep the book evaluation postponed to next day (accordingly, Javed ji came next day and we completed the exercise satisfactorily). We then discussed matters concerning the blog and related topics. However Javed ji was not able to participate, so we changed the discussions to old films and actors etc and Javed ji was kind enough to enthrall us with his knowledge.

At around 4pm we had tea with snacks. In the meantime, Sudhir ji was worried if Bakshish Singh ji would come to Mumbai next day to attend the seminar or not. Sudhir ji’s fear and the Mumbai-visit-curse took its toll and by evening Bakshish Singh ji confirmed that he has cancelled his coming as his own grandson met with an accident and had fracture of both legs-in the afternoon itself. (Next day, as a proof, he sent photographs of the poor child in plaster for both legs). The obvious conclusion was Bakshish Singh ji’s proposed Mumbai visit had caused all these mishaps !

By about 5 pm or so, Javed ji left the meeting venue to go to his relative for further stay. In the meantime Sadanand ji and Sudhir ji had planned to go to meet Khyati ji, who was to leave for USA later that night. She was in Borivali. Though keen to meet Khyati ji, after the double mishap in her family, I could not go with them due to my knee problems (doctors have advised me to avoid using stairs for a month. Khyati ji’s house was on ground floor, but my flat was on first floor !) and I was virtually under “house arrest ” !

By about 6 pm the meeting was concluded and Sudhir ji and Sadanand ji left to visit Khyati ji, along with my apologies to her. Later, I spoke to her on phone also.

Next 2 days, Sudhir ji was busy in attending his seminar. Third day also he visited Kushal ji. Next day he visited Famous Studios and also Anand ji (of he Kalyanji Anandji duo). On the 4th of May afternoon Sudhir ji shifted to his Mamaji’s place and on the 5th May, he and Javed ji left for Delhi, in the evening. Sudhir ji is hereby requested to write about his Mumbai visit.

I can not resist myself in sharing a secret of Sudhir ji, with all of you. One day, when we both were chatting in the evening, I asked Sudhir ji about his age. Pat came the answer “32 years”. I was stunned. I understood that he did not want to disclose his age. So I calculated. In 1988, Sudhir ji was working for some company in Bombay. That was 29 years ago. If he is 32 year old today, that time he must have been just 3 year old . When I pointed out this to him, with a straight face Sudhir ji answered, “Yes, I started earning early !”. Now mark my words…. very soon Sudhir ji’s name will be in The Guinness Book of World Records !!!

End of Report – Part 2
———————————-

Today’s song is from a film called ‘Hum Ek Hain’ (1969) which is making its debut in the blog. There were three films with the same title. The first ‘Hum Ek Hain’ was released in 1946, in which the lead pair of Dev Anand and Kamla Kotnis, along with Rehana and Rehman were making their debuts. Even the film’s director PL Santoshi was making his debut as a director with the film. Till them he had only worked as a lyricist and story writer. The second film with that title is today’s 1969 film and the third film was made in 1982.

Film ‘Hum Ek Hain’ (1969) was a social film, about sacrificing for the country. The film tried to put emphasis on National Integration too. The film shows a multi lingual family’s story. The main actors were Balraj Sahni and Nirupa Roy. The others in the cast were Dara Singh, Ravi Khanna, Samson, Jagdeep, Helen, Madhumati, Lalita Pawar, Rani, Savita, Naina etc etc.

The film was directed by Daljit. Daljit (real name Joginder Puri) was born in Sialkot on 17-9-1931. He was good looking. His first film was Punjabi – ‘Kauday Shah’ (1953). He entered Hindi films with ‘Noor Mahal’ (1954). He acted in 43 films, He was seen mostly in B and C grade action and stunt films. His last film as an actor was ‘Chowkidaar’ (1974). He directed 2 films. Hum ek hain-69 and Rajyogi-82. He paired with actress Chitra in 11 films.

The music director was Usha Khanna and the lyricist was Indeevar. There were only 5 songs but 8 singers were used. They were Lata, Asha, Rafi, Kamal Barot, Mukesh, Mubarak Begum, Mahendra Kapoor and Manna Dey. One song was about all religions being equal and another was stressing that all Indians were one. Looking at the type of songs and the story, I think this film must be one of those films which flooded after the 1965 war with Pakistan. During that period the patriotic fever was at peak. Looks like the film must have been delayed during its completion. By the time it came to the theatres, the fever had subsided and the topic of the film had become out of relevance. Naturally, the film flopped.

I was one of the people who went to the theatre to see the film. Here is the story in short-

In a certain town, there is a Punjabi family – husband, wife (Balraj Sahni and Nirupa Roy) and 3 sons. The eldest son Ashok, has married a Maharashtrian girl. The second son Raj, is engaged to a Kashmiri girl. The third son Dara chooses to remain bachelor. The entire family is a staunch patriotic one. All 3 sons are in Army.

In due course of time the war starts with the neighbouring country. All sons are sent on the border fronts. Two sons, Ashok and Dara die in action. During the war, the parents train their bahu as a nurse and send her on border to look after injured soldiers.

When the bodies of the dead sons are brought to the village for cremation, all the villages gather to mourn the deaths and console the family. However, Bharati Devi, the mother comes out and gives a long lecture, stating that her children did their duty to the nation and became Shaheeds. The family is proud of their sacrifice and no one should mourn their death…….

When I was checking the film’s cast etc, I found that the film’s Choreography is done by Badri Prasad and Vasant Naidu. I was surprised. Badri Prasad was a versatile and multifaceted artist of Hindi Cinema. He was an actor (first as a Hero, in the 1930s and then as a character artist) in 147 films. He was a singer – 7 films, 11 songs. He was lyricist for 1 film, 8 songs. He was a music director – 16 films, 168 songs. And he was a choreographer in 30 films. What a talent! His one daughter – Surekha Pandit was also an actress (played the role of the mother of Sharmila Tagore in film ‘Anupama’ (1966).

Similarly, the other choreographer Vasant Naidu was an active music director from 1939 to 1947, 22 films and 160 songs. He also sang in film ‘Mere Sajan’ (1941).

Strange are the ways of Filmi Duniya !!!


Song- Hum punjabi hum Bangali (Ham Ek Hain)(1969) Singers-Rafi, Manna Dey, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Usha Khanna
Chorus
All

Lyrics

hum punjabi
hum bengali
hum hain maratha
hum madrasi
hum punjabi
hum bengali
hum hain maratha
hum madrasi
baad mein kuchh aur magar
hum pahle hain bharatwasi
hum punjabi
hum bengali
hum hain maratha
hum madrasi

hoy
hoy
oho
hoy

doodh ki taaqat rakhnewaala aa aa aa
ye punjaab ka paani hai
bhagat singh ke saath yahaan aan aan
heer aur raanjhe ki kahaani hai
bhaarat ka hai roop yahi
bhaarat ki yahi jawaani hai
hum punjabi hum bengali
hum hai maratha hum madrasi

o o o
o o o
oho
hmm
oho
hmm
oho

maut ghulaami se behtar
netaji ne maut hi chuni hai
maut ghulaami se behtar
netaji ne maut hi chuni hai
ye tagore ki kavita
jisko duniya sun kar jhoomi hai
ye buniyad aazad hind ki
ye bengal ki bhoomi hai
ye buniyad aazad hind ki
ye bengal ki bhoomi hai
hum punjabi
hum bengali
hum hain maratha
hum madrasi

aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa
ye maharashtra ki paawan seema
sapna veer shivaji ka
ho sapna veer shivaji ka
hum sabne seekha hai
jis’se pahla sabak aazaadi ka
o pahla sabak aazadi ka
yahi desh ka tilak
yahi hai bharat mata ka teeka
yahi desh ka tilak
yahi hai bharat mata ka teeka
hum punjabi
hum bengali
hum hain maratha
hum madrasi

nritya aur sangeet se jo
sansaar ke man ko harti hai
har ghar ek kala ka mandir
ye dakkhan ki dharti hai
yahi hai bharat ki jal sena
jis’se duniya darti hai
yahi hai bharat ki jal sena
jis’se duniya darti hai
hum aasaami
hum hain udiya
hum gujraati raajasthani
baad mein hain kuch aur magar
hum pahle hain hindustani
hum punjabi
hum bengali
hum hain maratha
hum madrasi

ek phool ke liye chaman ko nahin ujaada jaayega
ek phool ke liye chaman ko nahi ujaada jaayega
ek daal ke liye ped ko nahi ukhaada jaayega
ek daal ke liye ped ko nahi ukhaada jaayega
dushman ko aa hi gaya
to milke pachhaada jaayega
milke pachhaada jaayega
o milke pachhaada jaayega
haan milke pachhaada jaayega


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.

Aah, the Yippeee sound for today. The film is from 1962 – ‘Apna Banaa Ke Dekho’. And the song – and elusive and obscure entity that I had not heard before myself. As I waded through the possible candidates, searching for the song that would complete the itinerary for the particular film, my fingers paused as this 1962 film. I was under the impression that this film would already be Yippeee’d, given the familiarity level and the comparative availability of songs. As I checked the numbers, I myself was surprised – that after six songs having been posted for this film, there still was a seventh song waiting to be brought on.

I checked the song lists, and the remaining candidate seemed so unfamiliar that it intrigued me. I tried to search for the song, but could not locate it online. Then began the search in my own collection, and lo, here was one number that I had practically forgotten. A surprising delight of a rendition by Asha Bhosle – a song that sounds like a dance song, that tells of the happiness and beauty of love fulfilled. What a lovely set of verses written by Shamsul Huda Bihari, what a wonderfully paced rhythm and melody tuned by Ravi, and what a lilting expression that has been enlivened by the voice of Asha ji.

Most of the songs of this film are quite well known, especially the first and the second ones in the following list,

1.       Raaz E Dil Unse Chhupaayaa Naa Gayaa
2.       Ham Pyaar Tumhe Karte Hain Hamen Apna Banaa Kar Dekho
3.       Tere Sadqe Mila De Mera Yaar Ooperwaale
4.       Kachchi Dagar Panghat Ki Chalat Darr Laage Re Laage Sakhi Ri
5.       Miley Hain Aap Jab Se Zindagi Kitni Suhaani Hai
6.       Hum To Pehli Hi Nazar Mein De Chuke Hain Dil Tumhen

The leading pair in this film are Manoj Kumar and Asha Parekh. The rest of the star cast list reads as – Nazeer Husain, Sunder, Achla Sachdev, Sajjan, Mohan Choti, Johnny Whisky, Shirley, Ram Singh, Narbada Shankar, Lakshmi and many more. The film is directed by Jagdish Narula for the banner of Chitra Sangam, Bombay. Of the seven songs in this film, four are penned by SH Bihari and three are the creation of Asad Bhopali.

This last song is surely a surprise find, a delightful gem that has been sitting obscure for all these years. It is posted now for your listening pleasure and that brings this film into the list of films Yippeee’d on our blog. Enjoy.

Song – Chaahat Ka Deewaana Dil (Apna Banaa Ke Dekho) (1962) Singer – Asha BhosleLyrics – Sh  Bihari, MD – Ravi

Lyrics

chaahat ka deewaana dil
ulfat ka parwaana dil
dhoondh raha hai aaj kisi ki
aankhon mein apni manzil
chaahat ka deewaana dil
ulfat ka parwaana dil
dhoondh raha hai aaj kisi ki
aankhon mein apni manzil
chaahat ka deewaana dil
ulfat ka parwaana dil

masti si fizaa mein chaai hai
aur pyaar mein doobi raaten hain
khushion ke taraane goonj rahe
aur naghmon ki barsaaten hain
kitni hai rangeen hamaare
armaanon ki ye mehfil
chaahat ka deewaana dil
ulfat ka parwaana dil
dhoondh raha hai aaj kisi ki
aankhon mein apni manzil
chaahat ka deewaana dil
ulfat ka parwaana dil

armaan ki kaliyaan khil jaayen
ye khwaab haqeeqat ban jaaye
jo dard hai meetha sa dil mein
wo dard mohabbat ban jaaye
duniya ki saari khushiaan phir
ho jaayen mujhko haasil
chaahat ka deewaana dil
ulfat ka parwaana dil
dhoondh raha hai aaj kisi ki
aankhon mein apni manzil
chaahat ka deewaana dil
ulfat ka parwaana dil

———————————-
Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
———————————–
चाहत का दीवाना दिल
उलफत का परवाना दिल
ढूंढ रहा है आज किसी की
आँखों में अपनी मंज़िल
चाहत का दीवाना दिल
उलफत का परवाना दिल
ढूंढ रहा है आज किसी की
आँखों में अपनी मंज़िल
चाहत का दीवाना दिल
उलफत का परवाना दिल

मस्ती सी फिज़ा में छाई है
और प्यार में डूबी रातें हैं
खुशिओं के तराने गूंज रहे
और नग़मों की बरसातें हैं
कितनी है रंगीन हमारे
अरमानों की ये महफिल
चाहत का दीवाना दिल
उलफत का परवाना दिल
ढूंढ रहा है आज किसी की
आँखों में अपनी मंज़िल
चाहत का दीवाना दिल
उलफत का परवाना दिल

अरमान की कलियाँ खिल जाएँ
ये ख्वाब हक़ीक़त बन जाये
जो दर्द है मीठा सा दिल में
वो दर्द मोहब्बत बन जाये
दुनिया की सारी खुशियाँ फिर
हो जाएँ मुझको हासिल
चाहत का दीवाना दिल
उलफत का परवाना दिल
ढूंढ रहा है आज किसी की
आँखों में अपनी मंज़िल
चाहत का दीवाना दिल
उलफत का परवाना दिल


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.

Missing Films of 1960s – 29
– – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

With this post, I introduce another missing film from the 1960s. The film is ‘Khufia Mahal’ from 1964. As I checked out the songs of this film, I find some very lovable compositions. And why not. The music is from the mind of that one another unsung genius of that era – Pardesi. With a career that was limited to just four films, one sees him active from 1960 to 1972. And after that, lost in the dusks of anonymity. Nothing much more is available in terms of information, other than the 30+ songs he has created, some of which are real gems.

As the name would suggest, this film is a fantasy tale, produced under the banner of Amar Films, Bombay and is directed by Akku. Times were that Jairaj, a hero from the late 30s and 40s, was still appearing as the male lead in such categories of films. The leading lady is Chitra, a veteran of stunt and action films alongside the likes of Ranjan and Kamraan. Other members of the cast include Mohan Sherry, Tuntun, Sheikh, Mohana, Jilaani, Baburao Pehalwan, JG Goldstein, King Kong, Ape Man, Gorilla and a fish named ‘Mermaid’. With such a list of cast, one can expect that this film would have some interesting man-to-man and man-to-monkey wrestling bouts.

The seven songs of this film are penned by Shyam Hindi and Zafar Rahi. This specific song is written by Zafar Rahi. Music is by Pardesi and the singing voice is that of Suman Kalyanpur. On screen, this song is performed by Chitra.

A song to be enjoyed, more by the ears and mind. The soft lilting melody has an immediate draw of liking. Listen and enjoy.

Song – Sar Se Aanchal Dhalakne Laga Hai (Khufia Mahal) (1964) Singer – Suman KalyanpurLyrics – Zafar Rahi, MD – Pardesi

Lyrics

aaa aaaaaa aaaaa
aaaaaa aaaaaa

la la la la la la lala. . . aaaaa
la la la la la la lala laa. . . aaaaa

oo oo ooo ooooo

sar se aanchal dhalakne laga hai
jaane dil kyon behekne laga hai
aisi uljhan hai kyon
tez tadpan hai kyon
aisi uljhan hai kyon
tez tadpan hai kyon
is se pehle kabhi aisa aalam na tha
sar se aanchal dhalakne laga hai
jaane dil kyon behekne laga hai

chaunk padti hoon main baithe baithe
jaise mujhko kisi ne pukaara
oo oo oo
chaunk padti hoon main baithe baithe
jaise mujhko kisi ne pukaara
dekhtin hoon to kuch bhi nahin hai
sirf hai apne dil ka ishaara
dekhtin hoon to kuch bhi nahin hai
sirf hai apne dil ka ishaara
aisi uljhan hai kyon
tez tadpan hai kyon
aisi uljhan hai kyon
tez tadpan hai kyon
is se pehle kabhi aisa aalam na tha
sar se aanchal dhalakne laga hai
jaane dil kyon behekne laga hai

mere khaamosh hothon ki haalat
keh rahi hai nai dastaan ko
oo oo oo
mere khaamosh hothon ki haalat
keh rahi hai nai dastaan ko
aisa lagta hai angdaaion se
badh ke chhoo loongi main aasmaan ko
aisa lagta hai angdaaion se
badh ke chhoo loongi main aasmaan ko
aisi uljhan hai kyon
tez tadpan hai kyon
aisi uljhan hai kyon
tez tadpan hai kyon
is se pehle kabhi aisa aalam na tha
sar se aanchal dhalakne laga hai
jaane dil kyon behekne laga hai
aisi uljhan hai kyon
tez tadpan hai kyon
is se pehle kabhi aisa aalam na tha
sar se aanchal dhalakne laga hai
jaane dil kyon behekne laga hai

———————————-
Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
———————————–

आs आssss आsss
आssss आssss

ला ला ला ला ला ला लला॰॰॰ आssss
ला ला ला ला ला ला लला लाss॰॰॰ आssss

ओ ओ ओs ओsss

सर से आँचल ढलकने लगा है
जाने दिल क्यों बहकने लगा है
ऐसी उलझन है क्यों
तेज़ तड़पन है क्यों
ऐसी उलझन है क्यों
तेज़ तड़पन है क्यों
इससे पहले कभी ऐसा आलम ना था
सर से आँचल ढलकने लगा है
जाने दिल क्यों बहकने लगा है

चौंक पड़ती हूँ मैं बैठे बैठे
जैसे मुझको किसी ने पुकारा
ओ ओ ओ
चौंक पड़ती हूँ मैं बैठे बैठे
जैसे मुझको किसी ने पुकारा
देखतीं हूँ तो कुछ भी नहीं है’
सिर्फ है अपने दिल का इशारा
देखतीं हूँ तो कुछ भी नहीं है’
सिर्फ है अपने दिल का इशारा
ऐसी उलझन है क्यों
तेज़ तड़पन है क्यों
ऐसी उलझन है क्यों
तेज़ तड़पन है क्यों
इससे पहले कभी ऐसा आलम ना था
सर से आँचल ढलकने लगा है
जाने दिल क्यों बहकने लगा है

मेरे खामोश होठों की हालत
कह रही है नई दास्तान को
ओ ओ ओ
मेरे खामोश होठों की हालत
कह रही है नई दास्तान को
ऐसा लगता है अंगड़ाइओं से
बढ़ के छू लूँगी मैं आसमां को
ऐसा लगता है अंगड़ाइओं से
बढ़ के छू लूँगी मैं आसमां को
ऐसी उलझन है क्यों
तेज़ तड़पन है क्यों
ऐसी उलझन है क्यों
तेज़ तड़पन है क्यों
इससे पहले कभी ऐसा आलम ना था
सर से आँचल ढलकने लगा है
जाने दिल क्यों बहकने लगा है
ऐसी उलझन है क्यों
तेज़ तड़पन है क्यों
इससे पहले कभी ऐसा आलम ना था
सर से आँचल ढलकने लगा है
जाने दिल क्यों बहकने लगा है


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.

I was under the impression that “Johar Mehmood in Goa”(1965) was YIPPEED with the last song that was discussed in the blog. Now it turns out that I had incorrectly assumed that song as a multiple version song and that a song from the movie was actually left to be discussed.

So here is this missing fsong from “Johar Mehmood in Goa”(1965). This song is sung by Kamal Barot, Shamsdhad Begma and chorus. Akhtar Romani is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji.

The song is picturised as a villain’s den song cum disguise song. The song becomes innocuously enough as we see a young Simi Garewal lip syncing in Kamal Barot’s voice in a gathering of Portuguese rulers, protected by lots of security men. The next thing we see is that I S Johar and then Mehmood turn up, disguised as female dancers and lip syncing in the voices of Shamshad Begam and Kamal Barot respectively. The movie watchers are intelligent enough to see through the disguise but the Portuguese people are fooled of course. And then the accomplices of our cross dressing heroes easily kill poff the security men one by one, and replacing them with their cut outs, and none of the Portuguese big wigs notices anything amiss, of course.

This archtypically I S Johar brand picturisation of this song can be enjoyed only if one suspends one’s sense of disbelief, of course.

With this song, “Johar Mehmood in Goa”(1965) finally has all its songs covered in the blog. With this song, “Johar Mehmood in Goa”(1965) joins the listof movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Jitni dil ki baat chhupaayi (Johar Mehmood in Goa)(1965) Singers-Kamal Barot, Shamshad Begam, Lyrics-Akhtar Romani, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

jitni dil ki baat chhupaayi ee
utni hi wo saamne aayi ee
arre haay mohabbat teri duhaai ee
oye mar gayi alla
haay mar gayi alla
chhod de palla,
baat badhegi mahfil mein
oye mar gayi alla
chhod de palla,
baat badhegi mahfil mein

tu bhi chup main bhi chup
dil ki baaten rakh dil mein
tu bhi chup
main bhi chup
dil ki baaten rakh dil mein
haay mar gayi alla
chhod de palla,
baat badhegi mahfil mein
oye mar gayi alla
chhod de palla,
baat badhegi mahfil mein

ek raaj chhupa ker dil mein
aaye hain bhari mahfil mein
kaise kahoon ji kaise kahoon
aji kaise kahoon ji kaise kahoon

ek raaz chhupa kar dil mein
aaye hain bhari mahfil mein

soorat pe na ja
moorat pe na ja
toofaan hai chhupa saahil mein

toofaan hai chhupa saahil mein
oy mar gayi alla
haay mar gayi alla
chhod de palla,
baat badhegi mahfil mein

tu bhi chup
main bhi chup
dil ki baaten rakh dil mein
hoy mar gayi alla
chhod de palla
baat badhegi mahfil mein

ye raah badi mushqil hai
har mod pe ek kaatil hai
kaise kahoon ji kaise kahoon
aji kaise kahoon ji kaise kahoon

ye raah badi mushkil hai
har mod pe ek kaatil hai

bahke na kadam
chal bach ke sanam
ki duoor abhi manzil hai

ki door abhi manzil hai
oy mar gayi alla
haay mar gayi alla
chhod de palla
baat badhegi mahfil me

tu bhi chup
main bhi chup
dil ki baaten rakh dil mein
haay mar gayi alla
chhod de palla
baat badhegi mahfil mein

ye shokh ada matwaare
ye mast nazar kajraare
kaise kahoon ji kaise kahoon
aji kaise kahoon ji kaise kahoon

ye shokh ada matwaare
ye mast nazar kajraare

koi yahaan mara
koi wahaan gira
sudh budh hi bisar gayee saaree

sudh budh hi bisar gayee saaree
oy mar gayi alla
haay mar gayi alla
chhod de palla
baat badhegi mahfil mein

tu bhi chup
main bhi chup
dil ki baaten rakh dil mein
haay mar gayi alla
chhode de palla,
baat badhegi mahfil mein
oy mar gayi alla
chhod de palla
baat badhegi mahfil mein


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.

“Geet” (1970) was produced and directed by Ramanand Sagar for Sagar Art International, Bombay. The movie had Rajinder Kumar, Mala Sinha, Sujit Kumar, KumKum, Nazir Hussain, Daisy Irani, Bhagwan, TunTun, Manmohan Krishan, Ashoo, Paro, Husan Bano,HiraLal,Keshto Mukherjee, Omkar Aima, Radheshyam, Shyam Kapoor, RamAvtaar,Chaman Puri, Mirza Musharraf, Braham Bhardwaj, Dilip Dutt, Narbada Shankar, Ram Murthi, H.P.Sharma etc in it.

The movie had nine songs in it. Eight of these songs have been covered in the blog in the past.

Here is the ninth and final song from “Geet” (1970) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Hasrat Jaipuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji.

The song is picturised on Mala Sinha as a stage dance performance. Sujit Kumar, Rajendra Kumar, Kumkum, Daisy Irani etc are also visible in the picturisation.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

With this song, “Geet” (1970) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.

video(Partial)

Audio (Full)

Song-Jo dil mein basaayi thhi (Geet)(1970) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics (audio)(Provided by Prakashchandra)

jo dil mein basaayi thhi
tasveer mitaa denaa
tasveer mitaa denaa
jo dil mein basaayi thhi
tasveer mitaa denaa
tasveer mitaa denaa
aankhon mein basaayaa thha
nazron se giraa denaa
nazron se giraa denaa
jo dil mein basaayi thhi

mujhko to wafaa meri
kuchch raas nahin aayee
mujhko to wafaa meri
kuchch raas nahin aayee
jaati hoon tere dar se
jaati hoon tere dar se
mujhko na sadaa denaa
jo dil mein basaayi thhi
tasveer mitaa denaa
tasveer mitaa denaa

poochhe jo koyee tumse
baatein meri chaahat ki ee
poochhe jo koyee tumse
baatein meri chaahat ki
tum meri wafaaon pe
tum meri wafaaon pe
ilzaam lagaa denaa
jo dil mein basaayi thhi
tasveer mitaa denaa
tasveer mitaa denaa

phir us ki tamannaa kyaa
jo gair ki ho jaaye ae
phir us ki tamannaa kyaa
jo gair ki ho jaaye
bas itni guzaarish hai
bas itni guzaarish hai
tum mujhko bhulaa dena
tum mujhko bhulaa denaa
mujhko bhulaa denaa aa
mujhko bhulaa denaa aa
mujhko bhulaa denaa aa aa


Advertisements

Important Announcement

(© 2008 - 2017) atulsongaday.me The content of this site is copyrighted and it may not be reproduced elsewhere without prior consent from the site/ author of the content.

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 more than eight years. This blog has over 13200 song posts by now.

This blog is active and online for over 3150 days since its beginning on 19 july 2008.

Total number of songs posts discussed

13273

Number of movies covered in the blog

Movies with all their songs covered =1003 Total Number of movies covered =3703

Total visits so far

  • 9,304,614 hits

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 2,068 other followers

Bookmark

Bookmark and Share

Category of songs

Archives

Current Visitors

visitors whereabouts

blogcatalog

Music Blogs - BlogCatalog Blog Directory

blogadda

Stumble

Historical dates

Blog Start date: 19 july 2008 Active for 3000 days.
%d bloggers like this: