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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.

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Missing Films of 1960s – 82
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Our journey of missing 1960s films continues. Coming to the next film – this one is ‘Veer Amar Singh Rathaur’ from 1970.

This film is from the banner of Sudarshan Chitra, Bombay, and is directed by Radhakant. The cast of actors listed for this film are Dev Kumar, Kumkum, Zeb Rehman, Tiwari, Jeevan, Kamal Kapoor, Johnny Whisky, and Jeevankala amongst others.

A film by this title was also made in 1957 – a slight variation in name – it was titled ‘Amar Singh Rathaur’. The earlier film had Jairaj and Nirupa Roy in lead roles. And it had 12 songs written by Bharat Vyas and composed by Sanmukh Babu Upadhyay. The 1970 reprisal has Dev Kumar and Kum Kum in lead roles. And this version has 14 songs all written and composed by Prem Dhawan.

There is possibly another film by this name, released later than 1980, but I am not very certain.

Prem Dhawan, who is known much better as a songwriter, has also worked as a music director for about 15 to 18 films during is career, about 5 of which are Punjabi films. He has mostly worked as a composer for films for which he also has written the songs. In one film, he has composed songs written by Kavi Pradeep (for ‘Kisaan Aur Bhagwa’, 1974) and for one more film, he has composed songs written by Ali Sardar Jafri (for ‘Naxalites’, 1980).

Only the audio of this song is available, but from listening to it, one can surmise that this song is a twin dance song. The singing voices in this all female duet are of Asha Bhosle and Usha Mangeshkar. I request other readers and friends who may have seen this film, to please add more information about this song, and the film.

A very peppy dance song, that talks about the ill effects of falling in love, and also of the sweet emotions. Listen and enjoy.

Song – Akhiyan Mila Ke Akhiyan  (Veer Amar Singh Rathaur) (1970) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Usha Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Prem Dhawan, MD – Prem Dhawan
Asha Bhosle + Usha Mangeshkar

Lyrics

ho akhiyaan mila ke akhiyan
haaye re akhiyaan mila ke akhiyan
ho main to baaz aai
ho main to pachhtaai
ke jaagun ab saari saari ratiyaan
haaye re akhiyaan mila ke akhiyan
haaye re akhiyaan mila ke akhiyan

jab se dekha hai dharti ka chaand
tab se dekha na chanda gagan ka
udd gai ab to aankhon ki neend
hosh kis ko hai ab tan badan ka
ke dagar bhool chali
haaye
ke nagar bhool chali

haaye
bhooli jaati hain bachpan ki sakhiyaan

haaye re akhiyaan mila ke akhiyan
haaye re akhiyaan mila ke akhiyan

haaye ye meethi meethi jalan
pyaar kehta hai jis ko zamaana
ab to jitna tadapta hai dil
dard lagta hai utna suhaana
unhin ki baat sochun
haaye
yahi din raat sochun

haaye
kaise un se kahun dil ki batiyaan

haaye re akhiyaan mila ke akhiyan
haaye re akhiyaan mila ke akhiyan

koi leta hai jab unka naam
mann hi mann jhoom leti hoon main to
jaane kyon dekh ke aainaa
apna munh choom leti hoon main to
ke khud hi likhti rahoon
haaye
ke khud hi padhti rahoon
oy
jaane kitni hi pyaar bhari patiyaan
haaye re akhiyaan mila ke akhiyan
haaye re akhiyaan mila ke akhiyan

o main to baaz aai
o main to pachhtaai
ke jaagun ab saari saari ratiyaan
haaye re akhiyaan mila ke akhiyan
haaye re akhiyaan mila ke akhiyan

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हो अखियाँ मिला के अखियाँ
हाए रे अखियाँ मिला के अखियाँ
हो मैं तो बाज़ आई
हो मैं तो पछताई
के जागूँ अब सारी सारी रतियाँ
हाए रे अखियाँ मिला के अखियाँ
हाए रे अखियाँ मिला के अखियाँ

जब से देखा है धरती का चाँद
तब से देखा ना चंदा गगन का
उड़ गई अब तो आँखों की नींद
होश किसको है तन बदन का
के डगर भूल चली
हाए
के नगर भूल चली
हाए
भूली जाती हूँ बचपन की सखियाँ
हाए रे अखियाँ मिला के अखियाँ
हाए रे अखियाँ मिला के अखियाँ

हाए ये मीठी मीठी जलन
प्यार कहता है जिसको ज़माना
अब तो जितना तड़पता है दिल
दर्द लगता है उतना सुहाना
उन्हीं की बात सोचूँ
हाए
यही दिन रात सोचूँ
हाए
कैसे उनसे कहूँ दिल की बतियाँ
हाए रे अखियाँ मिला के अखियाँ
हाए रे अखियाँ मिला के अखियाँ

कोई लेता है जब उनका नाम
मन ही मन झूम लेती हूँ मैं तो
जाने क्यों देख के आईना
अपना मुंह चूम लेती हूँ मैं तो
के खुद ही लिखती रहूँ
हाए
के खुद ही पढ़ती रहूँ
ओय
जाने कितनी ही प्यार भरी पतियाँ
हाए रे अखियाँ मिला के अखियाँ
हाए रे अखियाँ मिला के अखियाँ

ओ मैं तो बाज़ आई
ओ मैं तो पछताई
के जागूँ अब सारी सारी रतियाँ
हाए रे अखियाँ मिला के अखियाँ
हाए रे अखियाँ मिला के अखियाँ

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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 :

3740 Post No. : 14694 Movie Count :

4017

Missing Films of 1960s – 81
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Today, I am introducing a film that is significant in a certain way. The film is ‘Veer Ghatotkach’ from 1970. The role of the main protagonist – Veer Ghatotkach – is played in this film by Master Chandgi Ram. Folks who are familiar with the domestic Indian style wrestling and follow this sport, will be familiar with this name. Master Chandgi Ram was a regular pehalwaan and a wrestler of the first grade, in the Indian style wrestling sport, during the 1960s an 70s. Prior to him, the wrestler who was considered to be the no. 1 and the champion, was Dara Singh. As Dara Singh phased himself out of the wrestling sport during the mid 1960s, the fortunes of Master Chandgi Ram took quite an upswing.

After Dara Singh announced his retirement from this sport, there was quite a competition between the next line of wrestlers in India, to be recognized as his successor, and to be honored with the title of Bharat Kesri, which at one time was one of the top honor in wrestling sport in India. In 1969, in the tournament of wrestling after Dara Singh announced his retirement, Master Chandgi Ram emerged as the champion, and was given the title of Bharat Kesri. I remember, it was a major event in those days. In the final match, it was Dara Singh himself who stood as the bout referee. The match was telecast live on Doordarshan. He went on to win a gold medal at the 1970 Asian Games, and also represented India in the 1972 Olympics.

Following the footsteps of his idol and mentor, Chandgi Ram also tried his hand at films.  However, this film seems to be the only one in which he appeared. He played the title role of Veer Gatotkach in this film.

As per the history recorded in Mahabharat, Gatotkach is the son of Bhim, the third sibling in the line up of the Pandav brothers. It is stated that once Bhim spent some time by himself in the Himalayas, in the area of what is now known as Uttarakhand. He spent a long time there in penance and meditation. The area is still known by his name – Bheem Taal, a small town close to Nainital and Dehradun. There he met with a tribal princess by the name Hidimba. They got married, and Gatotkach was born from this union. I have been to Bheem Taal and have visited the temple of Hidimba Maata, which is on the top of one of the hills in that area.

The film is from the banner of Nitin Films, Bombay and is directed by Shantilal Soni. The cast of actors in this film includes Chandgiram, Mahipal, Lakshmi Chhaya, Raj Kumar, BM Vyas, Sherry Mohan, Shekhar Purohit, Padmarani, Dilip Dutt, Mishrilal, Radheshyam, Sulochana Chatterjee, Nandini, Shefali, Neelam, Kavita, Ramlal Pehalwan, Bhagwan Sinha, Anand Tiwari, Sattu Pehalwan, Kamaljeet, Mahesh Bhatt, Bakul, Bamalhari, Ajeet Soni, Jaishri Talpade, and Sujata, Meenakshi etc.

HFGK lists 5 songs for this film, all written by songwriter Bhagwat Misra. The music is composed by Dilip Roy. This song is sung by Suman Kalyanpur. One of those very wonderful songs that is lost in time, because the name of the film does not ring a bell.

In the video clip, the two gentlemen are Chandgi Ram, playing the role of Ghatotkach, and Rajkumar playing the role of Abhimanyu. This is the same Rajkumar who played the role of younger brother of Guru Dutt in the film ‘Sautela Bhaoi’ (1966). The actress who is performing the dance is looking familiar but I am not going to hazard a guess. I request other knowledgeable friends and readers to please help to identify her.
Note: The dancer in this video clip is Jaishree T. Thanks for Pramod Godbole ji for the identification.

So, welcoming another film to the blog, and also Master Chandgi Ram making his debut on our blog today.

 

Song – Neele Ambar Se Tumhaare Liye Aayi  (Veer Ghatotkach) (1970) Singer – Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics – Bhagwat Misra, MD – Dilip Roy

Lyrics

neele ambar se tumhaare liye aa..aayi
maine preet ki jyot jagaa..aai

neele ambar se tumhaare liye aa..aayi
maine preet ki jyot jagaa..aai

aaaa aaaaa aaaaa
aaaaa aaaa aaaa aaaaaa
aaaa aaaaa aaaaa
aaaaa aaaa aaaa aaaaaa

na to bijli hoon kaali ghataaon ki main
na to chaand suraj na taara
na to bijli hoon kaali ghataaon ki main
na to chaand suraj na taara
mera roop to hai ik aisa diya
karey pyaar ka path ujiyaara
neele ambar se
o neele ambar se tumhaare liye aa..aayi
maine preet ki jyot jagaa..aai
neele ambar se tumhaare liye aa..aayi
maine preet ki jyot jagaa..aai

aaaaa aaaaaa
aaa aaa aaa aaa aaaaaa
aaaaa aaaaaa
aaa aaa aaa aaa aaaaaa

main kisi ki kalaa hoon khilona nahin
main hoon preet ki pratima pyaari
main kisi ki kalaa hoon khilona nahin
main hoon preet ki pratima pyaari
mere roop ko mann mein basaa ke sadaa
prem karte hain prem purjaari
neele ambar se
o neele ambar se tumhaare liye aa..aayi
maine preet ki jyot jagaa..aai
neele ambar se tumhaare liye aa..aayi
maine preet ki jyot jagaa..aai

main to preet ke geet ki raagini hoon
main hi pyaar ka sapna pyaara
main to preet ke geet ki raagini hoon
main hi pyaar ka sapna pyaara
main jo chaahon to mann ki udaasi mitey
maine chaaha miley ?? tumhaara
neele ambar se
o neele ambar se tumhaare liye aa..aayi
maine preet ki jyot jagaa..aai
neele ambar se tumhaare liye aa..aayi
maine preet ki jyot jagaa..aai

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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नीले अंबर से तुम्हारे लिए आ॰॰आई
मैंने प्रीत की ज्योत जगा॰॰आई

नीले अंबर से तुम्हारे लिए आ॰॰आई
मैंने प्रीत की ज्योत जगा॰॰आई

आsss आssss आssss
आssss आsss आsss आssssss
आsss आssss आssss
आssss आsss आsss आssssss

ना तो बिजली हूँ काली घटाओं की मैं
ना तो चाँद सूरज ना तारा
ना तो बिजली हूँ काली घटाओं की मैं
ना तो चाँद सूरज ना तारा
मेरा रूप तो है इक ऐसा दिया
नीले अंबर से
ओ नीले अंबर से तुम्हारे लिए आ॰॰आई
मैंने प्रीत की ज्योत जगा॰॰आई
नीले अंबर से तुम्हारे लिए आ॰॰आई
मैंने प्रीत की ज्योत जगा॰॰आई

आssss आssssss
आss आss आss आss आsssss
आssss आssssss
आss आss आss आss आsssss

मैं किसी की कला हूँ खिलौना नहीं
मैं प्रीत की प्रतिमा प्यारी
मैं किसी की कला हूँ खिलौना नहीं
मैं प्रीत की प्रतिमा प्यारी
मेरे रूप को मन में बसा के सदा
प्रेम करते हैं प्रेम पुजारी
नीले अंबर से
ओ नीले अंबर से तुम्हारे लिए आ॰॰आई
मैंने प्रीत की ज्योत जगा॰॰आई
नीले अंबर से तुम्हारे लिए आ॰॰आई
मैंने प्रीत की ज्योत जगा॰॰आई

मैं तो प्रीत के गीत की रागिनी हूँ
मैं ही प्यार का सपना प्यारा
मैं तो प्रीत के गीत की रागिनी हूँ
मैं ही प्यार का सपना प्यारा
मैं जो चाहूँ तो मन की उदासी मिटे
मैंने चाहा मिले ?? तुम्हारा
नीले अंबर से
ओ नीले अंबर से तुम्हारे लिए आ॰॰आई
मैंने प्रीत की ज्योत जगा॰॰आई
नीले अंबर से तुम्हारे लिए आ॰॰आई
मैंने प्रीत की ज्योत जगा॰॰आई


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.

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A real life funtoosh, if ever there was one. So many anecdotes from his real life are told – and they read like a story writer creating script for comic scenes.

Like the fact that he had a sign that said ‘Beware of Kishore’ on the door of his Warden Road flat – once HS Rawail came to visit him, and offered his hand for a handshake, and Kishore took his hand and bit it; when Rawail asked him why he did that, Kishore pointed to the sign on the door saying – “Didn’t you read this. . .”.

Or the time he appeared on the sets with make up on half of his face – he had not yet been paid in full by the producer.

Or the time when filming a scene in which he was driving a car, he continued driving and reached Khandala, because the director did not say ‘cut’ to end the scene.

His frolic and cheekiness is so well evident in his roles and antics onscreen, and his actions off screen. But there is a also a serious side to his personality, that gets expressed so well in his renderings of “Dukhi Mann Mere. . .” (‘Funtoosh’, 1956), “Beqaraar Dil Tu Gaaye Ja. . .” (‘Door Ka Raahi’, 1971), “Zindagi Ke Safar Mein Guzar Jaate Hain Jo Maqaam. . .” (‘Aap Ki Kasam’, 1974), “Jin Raaton Ki Bhor Nahin Hai. . .” (‘Door Gagan Ki Chhaon Mein’, 1964), and so many more such poignant songs that only could be done by him. Listen to “Koi Hamdam Na Rahaa. . .” (‘Jeevan Naiya’, 1936) rendered by Ashok Kumar, and then its reprisal sung by Kishore in 1961 “Jhumroo”. The two renditions are dimensions apart – the depth and emotion in the 1961 rendering has no measure, in comparison to the 1936 version.

His reverence for KL Saigal is legendary. It is recounted by Ashok Kumar himself in an interview. In his teen years, Kishore would sit outside the recording studio when Saigal Sb’s recordings were in progress. Sometimes Saigal Sb would ask him to sing. And when the young Kishore finished, he was given 4 annas (25 paise) as reward. It would make the young man immeasurably happy.

Continuing, Ashok Kumar narrates that in his home, Kishore had a temple room set aside with a photo portrait of Saigal Sb, where he lighted a diya every day, and paid respects to his idol. The floor of this temple room was a platform made of wood that was raised 6 inches above the actual flooring. No one, including Kishore Kumar himself, was allowed to enter this room with any kind of footwear. Once, Ashok Kumar was passing by and he had something important about which he wanted to talk urgently with Kishore. He came in. Kishore was in the temple room, lighting the diya for his daily prayers to Saigal Sb. In the hurry of his urgency, and that the matter was just a two minutes conversation, Ashok Kumar forgot to remove his shoes and stepped into the room. As he started to speak, Kishore turned around, and saw Ashok Kumar standing there with his shoes on. He immediately threw the lighted diya itself, that was in his hands, at the legs of Ashok Kumar, and asked him to immediately exit the temple room.

Coming to today’s song. The peculiarity of Kishore Da’s career runs into multiple dimensions. His prolific engagements with films – playback singer, actor, producer, director, lyricist, music director; I would dare say that no other film persona has touched upon such a gamut of the various ways he connected with and contributed to cinema. His film ‘Badhti Ka Naam Daadhi’ (1974) is about Kishore Kumar, playing himself on screen, producing a film titled ‘Badhti Ka Naam Daadhi’ – what more to say. 🙂 🙂

His comic roles vs his serious roles – quite a handle on the entire spectrum of emotions. Going from haywire films like ‘Half Ticket’ (1962) to poignantly moving essays like ‘Door Gagan Ki Chhaon Mein’ (1964) and ‘Door Ka Raahi’ (1971).

There is one more peculiarity, which of course has been discussed and mentioned often on this blog. I bring forth the topic of Kishore Kumar lip syncing the playback voice of other singers, for himself on screen. Now, this is a very interesting phenomena. An accomplished singer, who is also an actor, and who almost always sings playback for himself when performing on screen, has surprisingly enough, also performed on the playback voice of other mainline singers. I present below the complete list of 18 such songs from Hindi films, in which another prominent singer is providing the playback to Kishore Da on screen. I am sure this is a record that may never be equalled by any other singer-actor. These are,

 

S.No.

Song Title Film Year MD

Playback Voice

1

Chori Chori Aana Na Khidki Taley Tum Miss Mala 1954 Chitragupt Mohammed Rafi

2

Jaane Bhi De Chhod Ye Bahaanaa Baap Re Baap 1955 OP Nayyar Asha Bhosle

3

Hamen Koi Gham Hai Bhaagam Bhaag 1956 OP Nayyar Mohammed Rafi

4

Aankhon Ko Milaa Yaar Se Peene Ka Mazaa Le Bhaagam Bhaag 1956 OP Nayyar Mohammed Rafi, SD Batish

5

Chale Ho Kahaan Karke Jee Beqaraar Bhaagam Bhaag 1956 OP Nayyar Mohammed Rafi

6

Din Albele Pyaar Ka Mausam Begunaah 1957 Shankar Jaikishan Manna Dey

7

Man Mora Baawra Raagini 1958 OP Nayyar Mohammed Rafi
8 Ajab Hai Dastaan Teri Ae Zindagi Sharaarat 1959 Shankar Jaikishan Mohammed Rafi

9

Tu Mera Copyright Main Teri Copyright Sharaarat 1959 Shankar Jaikishan Mohammed Rafi

10

Pahle Murgi Huyi Thi Ke Andaa Krorepati 1961 Shankar Jaikishan Manna Dey

11

Ho Gayee Shaam Dil Badnaam Naughty Boy 1962 SD Burman Manna Dey

12

Mohabbat Karna Hai Asaaan Daal Mein Kaala 1964 C Ramchandra Manna Dey

13

Baalma Saajna, Duniya Bhula Tere Pyaar Ne Akalmand 1966 OP Nayyar Asha Bhosle

14

Ki Jo Main Hota Hawaa Ka Jhonka Duniya Naachegi 1967 Lakshmikant Pyaarelal Manna Dey

15

Hum Ne To Dil Bichha Diya Albela Mastaana 1967 N Datta Mahendra Kapoor

16

O Mere Dilbar Jaaneman Jaaneman Haaye Mera Dil 1968 Usha Khanna Manna Dey

17

Alakh Niranjan, Bam Bam Bholenath Haaye Mera Dil 1968 Usha Khanna Manna Dey

18

Apni Aadat Hai Sabko Salaam Karnaa Pyaar Deewaana 1972 Lala-Asar-Sattaar Mohammed Rafi

As you can see, most of the honours are done by Mohammed Rafi and Manna Dey, one song in the voice of SD Batish, and then one song in the voice of Asha Bhosle (yes. . . 🙂 ). This list of 18 songs is taken from the book ‘Gaata Rahe Mera Dil. . ‘, a definitive compilation of Kishore Kumar songs by Kamal Dhiman. As you can see, of these 18, thirteen songs are already covered on our blog. Today, I bring on one more of this special category songs. And this one is a special song in itself – we have Mahendra Kapoor giving playback to Kishore Kumar. I am sure this will come as a surprise. 🙂

Of this list of 18 songs, thirteen are already showcased on our blog. The fourteenth comes on board today, leaving four more from this category to be posted.

Today’s song is from the film ‘Albela Mastaana’ from 1967. The song is a duet sung by Mahendra Kapoor and Usha Mangeshkar. On screen, the song is performed by Kishore Kumar and Asha Nadkarni. Songs of this film are written by Prem Dhawan and the music is by N Datta. And without further ado, I would suggest you listen to this song, and get this rare flavor of the one and only instance of Mahendra Kapoor giving playback to Kishore Kumar.


Song – Hum Ne To Dil Bichha Diya Tumhaari Raah Mein (Albela Mastaana) (1967) Singer – Mahendra Kapoor, Usha Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Anand Bakshi, MD – N Datta
Mahendra Kapoor + Usha Mangeshkar

Lyrics

hum ne to dil bichhaa diya
tumhaari raah mein
oo oo oo
hum ne to dil bichhaa diya
tumhaari raah mein
hum ne utha ke rakh liya
hum ne utha ke rakh liya
is ko nigaah mein
hum ne to dil bichhaa diya
tumhaari raah mein

baahon pe meri jhoom ke
gesu bikher do
baahon pe meri jhoom ke
gesu bikher do
dheere se koi pyaar ka
naghma chhed do
dil ko hamaare baandh lo
dil ko hamaare baandh lo
zulf e siaah mein
hum ne to dil bichhaa diya
tumhaari raah mein

meri har ik nazar mein
teri hi justju
meri har ik nazar mein
teri hi justju
har ek saans mein basi
teri hi aarzoo
tera hi dard hai chhupa
tera hi dard hai chhupa
har ek aah mein
hum ne to dil bichhaa diya
tumhaari raah mein

jo tum miley
to zindagi haseen ban gayi
jo tum miley
to zindagi haseen ban gayi
duniya hamaari pyaar ki
rangeen ban gayi
donon jahaan bhula diye
donon jahaan bhula diye
tumhaari chaah mein
hum ne to dil bichhaa diya
tumhaari raah mein
hum ne to dil bichhaa diya
tumhaari raah mein

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हमने तो दिल बिछा दिया
तुम्हारी राह में
ओ ओ ओ
हमने तो दिल बिछा दिया
तुम्हारी राह में
हमने उठा के रख लिया
हमने उठा के रख लिया
इसको निगाह में
हमने तो दिल बिछा दिया
तुम्हारी राह में

बाहों पे मेरी झूम के
गेसू बिखेर दो
बाहों पे मेरी झूम के
गेसू बिखेर दो
धीरे से कोई प्यार का
नग़मा छेड़ दो
दिल को हमारे बांध लो
दिल को हमारे बांध लो
जुल्फ ए सियाह में
हमने तो दिल बिछा दिया
तुम्हारी राह में

मेरी हर इक नज़र में
तेरी ही जुस्तजू
मेरी हर इक नज़र में
तेरी ही जुस्तजू
हर एक सांस में बसी
तेरी ही आरज़ू
तेरा ही दर्द है छुपा
तेरा ही दर्द है छुपा
हर एक आह में
हमने तो दिल बिछा दिया
तुम्हारी राह में

जो तुम मिले
तो ज़िंदगी हसीन बन गई
जो तुम मिले
तो ज़िंदगी हसीन बन गई
दुनिया हमारे प्यार की
रंगीन बन गई
दोनों जहान् भुला दिये
दोनों जहान् भुला दिये
तुम्हारी चाह में
हमने तो दिल बिछा दिया
तुम्हारी राह में
हमने तो दिल बिछा दिया
तुम्हारी राह में


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 :

3738 Post No. : 14691 Movie Count :

4015

Missing Films of 1960s – 80
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Aha, good going at 80. If I am lucky, I may get to a century with this series. 🙂

Today’s film is just about at the bottom of the decade. The film name is ‘Ye Khoon Rang Laayega’ from 1970. Considering the alphabetic listing scheme by year, you will find this film at the second last position in GK volume no. 4 (of the regular set of Hindi films of that decade).

Once again, a song that has been sitting in my collection for oh so long. Picked it up today and listened to it for the first time. Music director – Robin Bannerji. And I just do not seem to be getting enough listen of this song. What a wonderful twin dance duet – voices are Usha Mangeshkar and Krishna Kalle. K Kalle’s voice seems to be somewhat subdued in the company of the razor sharp voice of Usha M. But together, they are a magic weaved by the music director. Listening to such songs, one always is left with a craving – wish Robin Bannerji had done more films in his career. But that was not to be. Most of the decade of the 1970s and part of 1980s, was lost in battling ill health, compounded by two unfortunate accidents. He passed away on 27th July, 1986.

The film is from the banner of Sanjay Films, Bombay and is directed by Roshan Bhardwaj. The six listed songs are penned by two lyricists – Anjaan and Yogesh – honor shared equally. This song is written by Yogesh. The star cast of the film is interesting – Helen, Randhawa, Mukri, SK Prem, Uma Dutt, Gul Hamid, Shaam Kumar, Saudagar Singh, Dhanraj, Ridku, Ratnamala, Lalita Desai, Sushma, Poonam Kapoor, Ishwar Bhai, Khurshid Khan, Kesari, Madhumati, Rani, and Lakshmichaya amongst others.

Let’s listen to this wonderfully crafted all female duet. And let’s continue to wonder – about these lesser known but highly talented artists.

Song – Qayaamat Hai Teri Nigaahon Ka Jaadu  (Ye Khoon Rang Laayega) (1970) Singer – Usha Mangeshkar, Krishna Kalle, Lyrics – Yogesh, MD – Robin Bannerji
Usha Mangeshkar + Krishna Kalle

Lyrics

qayaamat hai teri nigaahon ka jaadu..oo..oo

qayaamat hai teri nigaahon ka jaadu..oo..oo

qayaamat hai teri nigaahon ka jaadu

qayaamat hai teri nigaahon ka jaadu

hai tauba tauba khuda jaane dil ko kya hoga
kya hoga
tauba
tauba

nahin jab raha mujhko khud pe hi kaabu
nahin jab raha mujhko khud pe hi kaabu

hai tauba tauba khuda jaane dil ko kya hoga
kya hoga

aap ki har adaa
marhabaa marhabaa
ik nasha saah mein
ho gaya ba-khuda
haaye ye kya baat hui
khoob mulaqaat hui
dhadke mera dil deewaana
qayaamat hai teri nigaahon ka jaadu..oo..oo
qayaamat hai teri nigaahon ka jaadu..oo..oo
hai tauba tauba khuda jaane dil ko kya hoga
kya hoga
tauba
tauba

aap ki shokhiyaan
hain ghazab meharbaan
aap kya hans padey
gir gayin bijliyaan
haaye meri jaan gayi
main tujhe maan gayi
chhodo bhi ye muskuraana
qayaamat hai teri nigaahon ka jaadu..oo..oo
qayaamat hai teri nigaahon ka jaadu..oo..oo
hai tauba tauba khuda jaane dil ko kya hoga
kya hoga
tauba
tauba

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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क़यामत है तेरी निगाहों का जादू॰॰ऊ॰॰ऊ

क़यामत है तेरी निगाहों का जादू॰॰ऊ॰॰ऊ

क़यामत है तेरी निगाहों का जादू

क़यामत है तेरी निगाहों का जादू

हाए तौबा तौबा खुदा जाने दिल को क्या होगा
क्या होगा
तौबा
तौबा

नहीं जब रहा मुझको खुद पे ही काबू
नहीं जब रहा मुझको खुद पे ही काबू
हाए तौबा तौबा खुदा जाने दिल को क्या होगा
क्या होगा

आप की हर अदा
मरहबा मरहबा
इक नशा साह में
हो गया बा-खुदा
हाए ये क्या बात हुई
खूब मुलाक़ात हुई
धड़के मेरा दिल दीवाना
क़यामत है तेरी निगाहों का जादू॰॰ऊ॰॰ऊ
क़यामत है तेरी निगाहों का जादू॰॰ऊ॰॰ऊ
हाए तौबा तौबा खुदा जाने दिल को क्या होगा
क्या होगा
तौबा
तौबा

आप की शोखियाँ
हैं ग़ज़ब महरबाँ
आप क्या हंस पड़े
गिर गईं बीजलियाँ
हाए मेरी जान गई
मैं तुझे मान गई
छोड़ो भी ये मुसकुराना
क़यामत है तेरी निगाहों का जादू॰॰ऊ॰॰ऊ
क़यामत है तेरी निगाहों का जादू॰॰ऊ॰॰ऊ
हाए तौबा तौबा खुदा जाने दिल को क्या होगा
क्या होगा
तौबा
तौबा

 


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 : 3737 Post No. : 14689

Mohammed Rafi – Duets – ‘अ’  से  ‘ह’ तक  (From ‘अ’ to ‘ह’) – 26
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‘भ’ – भैया रे भैया नैया छूआओ ना’ ॰ ॰ ॰

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चंदा का दिल टूट गया
के रोने लगे हैं सितारे ॰ ॰ ॰ 

कुछ ऐसा ही हुआ था उस दिन, जिस दिन तुम्हारे कूच की खबर आई थी॰ ॰ ॰

[Something as such, happened that fateful day, when the news of you departure came. . .]

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Today’s song is a wonderfully crafted song. And is euqally well performed and filmed.

The scenario is familiar – Shri Ram, accompanied by Sita ji and Lakshman, are travelling on foot, after departing from Ayodhya, for their sojourn of 14 years in the forest. They come to Shringverpur on the banks of river Ganga. To cross the river, Shri Ram requests the boatman to ferry them in a boat. Kevat, the boatman, at first refuses to ferry them. He has heard of the incident at the deserted ashram of Gautam Rishi, where by the mere touch of the dust from the feet of the Lord, Sati Ahilya who had been cast into stone by the curse of her husband, Gautam Rishi, came to life once again. Kevat cites that incident, and expresses apprehension that if by the touch of the dust from the feet of the Lord, his boat made of wood, would also come to life in the form of a lady, then what would become of him. Not just that he would lose his only source of income, and the only occupation he knows, he would have the additional burden of another member added to the family.

Much to the chagrin of Lakshman, Kevat dithers and dilly-dallies. And then he agrees on one condition – that the Lord should permit him to wash His feet, ostensibly to wash off any dust from the divine feet, and only then allow the trio to step on to his boat.

This event from the Ramayan is well known. It is so beautifully presented here in this song. The film is ‘Bharat Milap’ from 1965. The verses of this song are penned by Bharat Vyas, and the music is from the mind of Vasant Desai. The words are so beautifully crafted and the verses are embellished – अलंकृत is the word. The melodic construction is also very pleasing. It is a quick paced song, based on the folk music of the rural North India. The singing voices are of Rafi Sb and Kamal Barot.

On screen, the song is performed by Sunder, and a lady actor I am not able to identify and name. I request knowledgeable readers and friends to please help make the identification. The duo is accompanied by other members of the village community, and the song is presented as a group dance.
[Note: Thanks to Pramod ji and Prakash ji, the lady dancers are identified as Jeevankala, Manjula, Sheela Ramchandra, Aruna.]

The other main players in this scene are Shri Ram, Sita ji and Lakshman. Indrani Mukherjee plays the role of Devi Sita. As per IMDB listing of cast and crew, Anand Ashish Kumar plays the role of Ram. As far as Lakshman, I am not able to identify and name the actor playing that role.
[Note: Thanks to Pramod ji for correction to the name of he actor in the role of Ram.]

All in all, a very lilting, very pleasing and a very energetic presentation. Lovely song.

Song – Bhaiya Re Bhaiya Re Bhaiya Naiya Chhuaao Na  (Bharat Milap) (1965) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Kamal Barot, Lyrics – Bharat Vyas, MD – Vasant Desai
Male Chorus
Female Chorus
All Chorus

Lyrics 

dhum tak
hey tak dhum tak
dhum tak
hey tak dhum tak
ho taa naa dere naa dere naa taa naa dere naa
hoooom
ho taa naa dere naa dere naa taa naa dere naa

uhun aahoon uhun aahoon uhun aahoon uhun aahoon

bhaiya re bhaiya re bhaiya ho..oo

dhum tak
hey tak dhum tak

ho bhaiya re bhaiya re bhaiya naiya chhuaao na
in ke paiyyan se ye naiya chhuaao na
bhaiya re bhaiya re bhaiya ho..oo
bhaiya re bhaiya re bhaiya naiya chhuaao na
in ke paiyyan seye naiya chhuaao na
bhaiya re bhaiya re bhaiya ho..oo

hum ne suni kahaani
gaaon waalon ki jabaani
jadu waala hai re ye ramaiyya
oho oho oho oho oho..oo
hum ne suni kahaani
gaaon waalon ki jabaani
jadu waala hai re ye ramaiyya
jadu waala hai re ye ramaiyya
jadu waala hai re ye ramaiyya
daiya re daiya re
ik patthar chhuaa to
jhat ban gayi phat se lugaiya
daiya daiya daiya
daiya re daiya re
ik patthar chhuaa to
jhat ban gayi phat se lugaiya
jhat ban gayi phat se lugaiya
jhat ban gayi phat se lugaiya
hey hey bhaiya re bhaiya re bhaiya ho..oo
bhaiya re bhaiya re bhaiya naiya chhuaao na
in ke paiyyan seye naiya chhuaao na
bhaiya re bhaiya re bhaiya ho..oo

bhori bhori batiyaan
suratiyaa suhaani hai
to batiyon mein mat phas jaiyo
hmmmmmm
arey haa..aan
bhori bhori batiyaan
suratiyaa suhaani hai
to batiyon mein mat phas jaiyo
batiyon mein mat phas jaiyo
batiyon mein mat phas jaiyo
saaf safaai kar
paaon dhoaai kar
peechhe naiya mein bithaio
ehe ehe ehe..ae
saaf safaai kar
paaon dhoaai kar
peechhe naiya mein bithaio
peechhe naiya mein bithaio
peechhe naiya mein bithaio
e he he bhaiya re bhaiya re bhaiya ho..oo
bhaiya re bhaiya re bhaiya naiya chhuaao na
in ke paiyyan seye naiya chhuaao na
bhaiya re bhaiya re bhaiya ho..oo
dhum tak tak
dhum tak
dhum tak
o tak dhum tak

oo oo ooo ooooooo
ooooooo oooooooooo
ooooooooo ooooooooooo
hum bhi kevat prabhu
tum bhi kevat ho to
bhaichaara hum se nibhaio
prabhu ji bhaichaara hum se nibhaio
oo ooo ooo
nadiya ke paar
nadiya ke paar lagaayen tumhen tum
hum ko bhi paar lagaiyo
haaaaye hum ko bhi paar lagaiyo
bhav saagar se paar lagaiyo
ho ho
bhav saagar se paar lagaiyo
e he he bhaiya re bhaiya re bhaiya ho ho..oo
dhum tak tak
tak tak dhum tak tak
tak tak
dere na dere na taa naa dere na
hoom hoom
dere na dere na taa naa dere na
dhum tak tak
tak tak dhum tak tak
tak tak
dere na dere na taa naa dere na
hoom hoom
dere na dere na taa naa dere na
oo oo ooo ooooooo

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Hindi Script Lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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धुम तक
हे तक धुम तक
धुम तक
हे तक धुम तक
हो ता ना देरे ना देरे ना ता ना देरे ना
हूम
हो ता ना देरे ना देरे ना ता ना देरे ना

उहूं आहूँ उहूं आहूँ उहूं आहूँ उहूं आहूँ

भैया रे भैया रे भैया हो॰॰ओ

धुम तक
हे तक धुम तक

भैया रे भैया रे भैया नैया छूआओ ना
इनके पइय्यन से ये नैया छूआओ ना
भैया रे भैया रे भैया हो॰॰ओ
भैया रे भैया रे भैया नैया छूआओ ना
इनके पइय्यन से ये नैया छूआओ ना
भैया रे भैया रे भैया हो॰॰ओ

हमने सुनी कहानी
गाँव वालों की जबानी
जादू वाला है रे ये रमइय्या
ओहो ओहो ओहो ओहो ओहो॰॰ओ
हमने सुनी कहानी
गाँव वालों की जबानी
जादू वाला है रे ये रमइय्या
जादू वाला है रे ये रमइय्या
जादू वाला है रे ये रमइय्या
दैय्या रे दैय्या रे
इक पत्थर छूआ तो
झट बन गई फट से लुगईय्या
दैय्या दैय्या दैय्या
दैय्या रे दैय्या रे
इक पत्थर छूआ तो
झट बन गई फट से लुगईय्या
झट बन गई फट से लुगईय्या
झट बन गई फट से लुगईय्या
हे हे भैया रे भैया रे भैया हो॰॰ओ
भैया रे भैया रे भैया नैया छूआओ ना
इनके पइय्यन से ये नैया छूआओ ना
भैया रे भैया रे भैया हो॰॰ओ

भोरी भोरी बतियाँ
सुरतिया सुहानी है
तो बतियों में मत फंस जइय्यो
हम्ममममम
अरे हाँ॰॰आँ
भोरी भोरी बतियाँ
सुरतिया सुहानी है
तो बतियों में मत फंस जइय्यो
बतियों में मत फंस जइय्यो
बतियों में मत फंस जइय्यो
साफ सफाई कर
पाँव धोआई कर
पीछे नैया में बिठईओ
ऐहे ऐहे ऐहे॰॰ऐ
साफ सफाई कर
पाँव धोआई कर
पीछे नैया में बिठईओ
पीछे नैया में बिठईओ
पीछे नैया में बिठईओ
ऐ हे हे भैया रे भैया रे भैया हो॰॰ओ
धुम तक तक
धुम तक
धुम तक
ओ तक धुम तक

ओ ओs ओss ओsssssss
ओssssss ओsssssssss
ओssssssss ओssssssssss
हम भी केवट प्रभु
तुम भी केवट हो तो
भाईचारा हम से निभईओ
प्रभु जी
भाईचारा हम से निभईओ
ओ ओss ओss
नदिया के पार
नदिया के पार लगाएँ तुम्हें तुम
हम को भी पार लगईओ
हाए हम को भी पार लगईओ
भव सागर से पार लगईओ
हो हो भव सागर से पार लगईओ
ऐ हे हे भैया रे भैया रे भैया हो हो॰॰ओ
धुम तक तक
तक तक धुम तक तक
तक तक
देरे ना देरे ना ता ना देरे ना
हूम हूम
देरे ना देरे ना ता ना देरे ना
धुम तक तक
तक तक धुम तक तक
तक तक
देरे ना देरे ना ता ना देरे ना
हूम हूम
देरे ना देरे ना ता ना देरे ना
ओ ओs ओss ओsssssss


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 :

3731 Post No. : 14676 Movie Count :

4011

Missing Films of 1960s – 79
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The 1960s missing films train continues to chug along. 🙂

In this episode, we bring on board a very obscure film from 1964 – ‘Teen Dost’. The film itself is quite forgotten and the songs of this film are quite a rarity. So far only one record of this film has appeared in public domain, meaning only two songs of this film are available, out of the five songs listed in the Geet Kosh.

The film is directed by Joseph Taliath, for a banner which is simply named as Talkies, from Madras. The available list of actors is very limited – Anand, Hemlata, Ashokan, Kamini, and Ramdas. All songs of this film are written by Prem Dhawan, and the music is composed by TR Papa – a name that is completely obscure, and appears for the first time on our blog.

An exchange between lovers. No video clips are available. I request other knowledgeable friends and readers, who may have seen this film, to please add more information if available, about this song and this film.

A lively song, listen and enjoy.

Song – Ho Gayi Baalma, Re Mein Tori Baalma  (Teen Dost) (1964) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Manna Dey, Lyrics – Prem Dhawan, MD – TR Papa

Lyrics

ho gayi baalma
re main tori baalma
haaye tu ne kiya mera dil chori baalma
haan ho gayi baalma
re main tori baalma
haaye tu ne kiya mera dil chori baalma

kitni hi baaten kehna chaahoon re..ae..ae
lekin na main tujh se keh paaun re..ae..ae
kitni hi baaten kehna chaahoon re..ae..ae
lekin na main tujh se keh paaun re..ae..ae
dil dena jaanoon main
ye kyonkar maanun main
o gori chhod ke aa ja oonche mehlon ko
ho gayi baalma
re main tori baalma
haaye tu ne kiya mera dil chori baalma

tu zara dekh hamen bol ke
jaan bhi de den tere pyaar mein
dildaar badh ke hum se jaanemann
na mil sakega ji sansaar mein
na hum ko yun tadpa
na mujh ko yun bharma
mann kyon tujh se ghabraaye
main kya boloon zaalma
ho gayi baalma
re main tori baalma
haaye tu ne kiya mera dil chori baalma
ho gayi baalma
re main tori baalma
haaye tu ne kiya mera dil chori baalma

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हो गई बालमा
रे मैं तोरी बालमा
हाए तूने किया मेरा दिल चोरी बालमा
हाँ हो गई बालमा
रे मैं तोरी बालमा
हाए तूने किया मेरा दिल चोरी बालमा

कितनी ही बातें कहना चाहूँ रे॰॰ए॰॰ए
लेकिन ना मैं तुझसे कह पाउन रे॰॰ए॰॰ए
कितनी ही बातें कहना चाहूँ रे॰॰ए॰॰ए
लेकिन ना मैं तुझसे कह पाउन रे॰॰ए॰॰ए
दिल देना जानूँ मैं
ये क्योंकर मानूँ मैं
ओ गोरी छोड़ के आ जा ऊंचे महलों को
हो गई बालमा
रे मैं तोरी बालमा
हाए तूने किया मेरा दिल चोरी बालमा

तू ज़रा देख हमें बोल के
जान भी दे दें तेरे प्यार में
दिलदार बढ़ के हम से जानेमन
ना मिल सकेगा इस संसार में
ना हमको यूं तड़पा
ना मुझको यूं भरमा
मन क्यों तुझसे घबराए’
मैं क्या बोलूँ ज़ालमा
हो गई बालमा
रे मैं तोरी बालमा
हाए तूने किया मेरा दिल चोरी बालमा
हो गई बालमा
रे मैं तोरी बालमा
हाए तूने किया मेरा दिल चोरी बालमा


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 : 3729 Post No. : 14672

Mohammed Rafi – Duets – ‘अ’  से  ‘ह’ तक  (From ‘अ’ to ‘ह’) – 24
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‘प’ – प्यार की बातें कोई ना जाने याद तेरी फिर आए ॰ ॰ ॰

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पल दो पल का साथ हमारा, पल तो पल के याराने हैं
इस मंज़िल पर मिलने वाले

उस मंज़िल पर खो जाने हैं

Yes, we know, and we realize it. But still, it does seem that this साथ was not even justified as दो पल or even one. खो जाने वाली मंज़िल, कुछ बहुत ही जल्दी आ गई. . .

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Skipping the letters ‘ढ’ and ‘ण’
‘ढ’ – very few songs starting with this letter – either all used, or not applicable to this series.
‘ण’ does not have any song starting with this letter. Made a very interesting discovery as I browsed the Hindi dictionary for words starting with ‘ण’. There is only one word that starts with this letter. More interestingly, the letter itself has uses as a monosyllabic word, and has at least 10 meanings associated. Wow.

So we come to the letter ‘प’ today. And here is a wonderfully lovely song to go with it.

Today’s episode of this series brings up the second song of the film ‘Magic Carpet’ (1964), one of the ‘jaadugar sainyaan’ category of films, which were a popular genre in the 1950s and 60s. Although classified as B/C grade films, this category of films had their own distribution circuits, their own cinema halls where they were exhibited, and a very loyal coterie of audience who would not let go even one of this category without a visit.

The film is produced by AM Bhanji under the banner of Unique Pictures, Bombay and is directed by Babubhai Mistry. In the Geet Kosh, the cast of actors is listed as a very short list – Chitra, Azaad, BM Vyas and Bhagwan. The additional names of actors in this film, as taken from the casting credits in the film (that has now become thankfully available in public domain), are Bela Bose, Dalpat, Bimla Kashmiri, Kesri, Aroon, Maqbool, Radhe Shyam, Arvind Kumar, Mehroo Bai, Bakshi, Master Kishore, Kalla, Rafiq, Sandow, MD, Dawood, Amir, Musa, Julian, Khalil, Rehman, Salim, Zippy and Nagina.

Geet Kosh lists five songs for this film, penned by four poets, Jia Dehlavi, Shakeel Nomaani, Aish Farooqi and Farooque Kaiser. This song is written by Shakeel Nomaani. The music – by Ram Prasad. Yes, he is the same Ram Prasad Sharma, father of Pyaarelal (of Lxmikant Pyaarelal duo) and Ganesh. A brief about this music director is included in the post for the song “Antul Habi Ke Dekho Kabhi. . .“.

The singing voices are of Rafi Sb and Asha Bhosle. On screen, we see this song initiated by Bhagwan Dada, and a lady, whose name, if I may hazard a guess, is Bimla Kashmiri. I could be wrong, and I welcome inputs from more knowledgeable readers and friends, to correct or confirm this guess.

As the song progresses, we also see Azaad and Chitra in the clip. Majority of the performance of the song is by Bhagwan and Bimla Kashmiri. Azaad does not appear to lip sync any of the lines, but Chitra does take up lip syncing in one of the stanzas. So in all, the onscreen performance and mapping to the playback voices, is kind of mixed up in this song.

And so, this song brings up the 24th episode in this series. Listen and enjoy.

Song – Pyaar Ki Baaten Koi Na Jaane Yaad Teri Phir Aaye  (Magic Carpet) (1964) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Shakeel Nomaani, MD – Ram Prasad
Mohammed Rafi + Asha Bhosle

Lyrics 

pyaar ki baaten koi na jaane
yaad teri phir aaye
wallah tauba meri haaye
allah tauba meri haaye
o wallah tauba meri haaye
allah tauba meri haaye

chaand sa chehra zulfen kaali
nazar na lag jaaye
wallah tauba meri haaye
allah tauba meri haaye
o wallah tauba meri haaye
allah tauba meri haaye

dil ko teri tirchhi nazar ne
de diya hai sahaara
dil ko teri tirchhi nazar ne
de diya hai sahaara
jaao aji jhoothe kahin ke
tum na samjhe ishaara
hum shama aur tum parwaane
raaz na khulne paaye
wallah tauba meri haaye
allah tauba meri haaye
o wallah tauba meri haaye
allah tauba meri haaye
chaand sa chehra zulfen kaali
nazar na lag jaaye
wallah tauba meri haaye
allah tauba meri haaye
o wallah tauba meri haaye
allah tauba meri haaye

kaabu ab dil par nahin hai
gaa rahi hain bahaaren
kaabu ab dil par nahin hai
gaa rahi hain bahaaren
jaise tujhe dulhan banaane
aa rahi hain bahaaren
door ka jalwa dil na maane
dil se nikle haaye
wallah tauba meri haaye
allah tauba meri haaye
o wallah tauba meri haaye
allah tauba meri haaye
pyaar ki baaten koi na jaane
yaad teri phir aaye
wallah tauba meri haaye
allah tauba meri haaye
o wallah tauba meri haaye
allah tauba meri haaye

dekho mujhe aise na dekho
kya kahega zamaana
dekho mujhe aise na dekho
kya kahega zamaana
jaayen kahaan teri gali se
koi nahin hai thikaana
meri ada ke o deewaane
kaun tujhe samjhaaye
wallah tauba meri haaye
allah tauba meri haaye
o wallah tauba meri haaye
allah tauba meri haaye
chaand sa chehra zulfen kaali
nazar na lag jaaye
wallah tauba meri haaye
allah tauba meri haaye
o wallah tauba meri haaye
allah tauba meri haaye

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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प्यार की बातें कोई ना जाने
याद तेरी फिर आए
वल्लाह तौबा मेरी हाए
अल्लाह तौबा मेरी हाए
ओ वल्लाह तौबा मेरी हाए
अल्लाह तौबा मेरी हाए

चाँद सा चेहरा ज़ुल्फें काली
नज़र ना लग जाये
वल्लाह तौबा मेरी हाए
अल्लाह तौबा मेरी हाए
ओ वल्लाह तौबा मेरी हाए
अल्लाह तौबा मेरी हाए

दिल को तेरी तिरछी नज़र ने
दे दिया है सहारा
दिल को तेरी तिरछी नज़र ने
दे दिया है सहारा
जाओ अजी झूठे कहीं के
तुम ना समझे इशारा
हम शमा और तुम परवाने
राज़ ना खुलने पाये
वल्लाह तौबा मेरी हाए
अल्लाह तौबा मेरी हाए
ओ वल्लाह तौबा मेरी हाए
अल्लाह तौबा मेरी हाए
चाँद सा चेहरा ज़ुल्फें काली
नज़र ना लग जाये
वल्लाह तौबा मेरी हाए
अल्लाह तौबा मेरी हाए
ओ वल्लाह तौबा मेरी हाए
अल्लाह तौबा मेरी हाए

काबू अब दिल पर नहीं है
गा रही हैं बहारें
काबू अब दिल पर नहीं है
गा रही हैं बहारें
जैसे तुझे दुल्हन बनाने
आ रही हैं बहारें
दूर का जल्वा दिल ना माने
दिल से निकले हाए
वल्लाह तौबा मेरी हाए
अल्लाह तौबा मेरी हाए
ओ वल्लाह तौबा मेरी हाए
अल्लाह तौबा मेरी हाए
प्यार की बातें कोई ना जाने
याद तेरी फिर आए
वल्लाह तौबा मेरी हाए
अल्लाह तौबा मेरी हाए
ओ वल्लाह तौबा मेरी हाए
अल्लाह तौबा मेरी हाए

देखो मुझे ऐसे ना देखो
क्या कहेगा ज़माना
देखो मुझे ऐसे ना देखो
क्या कहेगा ज़माना
जाएँ कहाँ तेरी गली से
कोई नहीं है ठिकाना
मेरी अदा के ओ दीवाने
कौन तुझे समझाये
वल्लाह तौबा मेरी हाए
अल्लाह तौबा मेरी हाए
ओ वल्लाह तौबा मेरी हाए
अल्लाह तौबा मेरी हाए
चाँद सा चेहरा ज़ुल्फें काली
नज़र ना लग जाये
वल्लाह तौबा मेरी हाए
अल्लाह तौबा मेरी हाए
ओ वल्लाह तौबा मेरी हाए
अल्लाह तौबा मेरी हाए


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Blog Day : 3725 Post No. : 14662

“Ham Matwaale Naujawaan” (1961) was directed by L R Asthana for Rover Films Production, Bombay. The movie had Shekhar, Sayeeda Khan, Jeevan, Agha, Chaman Puri etc in it.

The movie had seven songs in it. Five songs from this movie have been discussed in the past.

Here is the sixth song from this movie. This song is sung by Lata and chorus. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Chitragupta.

Only the audio of this song is available and so it is difficult to guess how and on whom this song is picturised. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw more light on this matter.


Song-Dil ne kuchh aisa pukaara (Ham Matwaale Naujawaan)(1961) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Chitragupta
Chorus

Lyrics

hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm

dil ne kuchh aise pukaaraa
dil lene waala aa hi gaya
dil ne kuchh aise pukaara
lalalalalalala
ho
dil ne kuchh aise pukaara

dard uthha to door se
mil hi gayi usey khabar
dard uthha to door se
mil hi gayi usey khabar
keh gayi haal e dil mera
meri jhuki jhuki nazar
halka sa paa ke ishaara
dil lene waala aa hi gaya
dil ne kuchh aise pukaara
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
aa aa aa aa aa aa

thehri hui thhin dhadkanen
aankhen thhin intzaar mein
khwaabon ka mere aashiyaan
jalne ko thha bahaar mein
aise mein ban ke sahaara
dil lene waala aa hi gaya
dil ne kuchh aise pukaara

beet gayi wo shaam e gham
aa gaye din qaraar ke
beet gayi wo shaam e gham
aa gaye din qaraar ke
ab to ruke meri bala
kehte hain hum pukaar ke
sun le zamaana hamaara dil lene waala aa hi gaya
dil ne kuchh aise pukaara
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm

dil ne kuchh aise pukaara
dil lene waala aa hi gaya
dil ne kuchh aise pukaara
lalalala lalala
lalalala

ho o dil ne kuchh aise pukaara
lalalala lalala
lalalala

ho o dil ne kuchh aise pukaara


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 : 3720 Post No. : 14655

My affair with Tanuja (one of the many that I had during my school years) started when I first saw her in a film on Doordarshan. If I remember correctly, it was ‘Bahaaren Phir Bhi Aayengi’ from 1966. The song was “Aapke Haseen Rukh . . .”. The way this song is filmed, Tanuja looks such a pretty enchanting young lady, as the camera pans in on her with sunlight behind, the rays of the sun diffracting from her open tresses. At that time, I did not even know her name. Just that face, and the vision of sunlight reflecting from her hair, and I lost my heart to her.

Next meeting with her was probably ‘Jewel Thief’ (1967). Being a supporting role, she was on the screen much lesser than the leading lady. And I still did not know her name – I had not yet learnt to remember the names in the credits at the beginning of the film and then mapping them to the actual people who appeared on the screen.

The encounters were infrequent; but the enchantment would continue for some more time, occasionally reinforced by chance photos in Filmfare or Madhuri magazines, and songs in Chitrahaar. It would be much, much later that I would pick up the earlier threads with films like ‘Hamaari Yaad Aayegi’ (1961), ‘Mem Didi’ (1961), ‘Benazir’ (1964) and ‘Nai Umar Ki Nai Fasal’ (1965), ‘Anubhav’ (1971), ‘Haathi Mere Saathi’ (1971), ‘Door Ka Raahi’ (1971) and ‘Do Chor’ (1972). In the contemporary mode, I met her again in ‘Imtihaan’ (1972) and ‘Hamraahi’ (1974). And fell in love all over again with “O Mere Dil Ke Chain. . .” – ‘Mere Jeevan Saathi’ (1972); while still struggling to get into my teens. 🙂

Tanuja – the naughty, sometimes ferocious, playful, mischievous – an incisive smile and a twinkling gleam in the eyes. The best image in the mind is when she makes changes to her household in ‘Anubhav’, and Sanjeev Kumar comes home from work, and she opens the door, grabs him by his necktie and pulls him behind her into the house. Or her first encounter with Vinod Khanna in ‘Imtihan’ and she drenches him by mistake, with the garden hose. Many such images overflow in the mind – including the startling somewhat senior role of Padmini Kolhapure’s elder sister in law in ‘Prem Rog’ (1982). That was sure a let down to the discerning teen-end mind, who believed that Tanuja could never, would never grow up from her impish presence. A teen-age heart shattered, and a puppy love story spun off into oblivion. 😦  🙂

Tanuja – the second daughter of Shobhna Samarth, and younger sister of Nutan, was born in Bombay on 23rd Sep, 1943. Into the films as a child artist by 1950, she made her maiden appearance as Nutan’s younger sister on screen in ‘Hamari Beti’ (1950). She continued to appear in films as a child artist. Her first senior romantic role was in 1961 – Kedar Sharma’s film ‘Hamari Yaad Aayegi’. And then a progressive career that continues to be active till the present time. She is 75 years (as of yesterday).

A grand happy birthday to Tanuja, as I remember my puppy crush on her with the lines I used to hum for her – “Yaari Ho Gai Yaar Se Lak Tunu Tunu”. 😀

You wouldn’t believe it, but I was totally unaware till the time yesterday as I started checking out the available material on her life and career, that she is Kajol’s mother. You can call me anything, but that is the fact that is. 😀

In my opinion, the film ‘Gustaakhi Maaf’ (1969) is one of the best comedies of Hindi screen. I saw this film for the first time on Doordarshan (what else), sometimes in second half of 1970s. Tanuja in a double role, paired opposite to Sanjeev Kumar and Sujit Kumar, playing two artist brothers in the film, who own a photo studio shop.

The film’s twin role is Tanuja’s handiwork. Twin sisters separated at childbirth. One remains in the town, and the second one is taken away to another destination. Fate would have it, that after twenty years, the sister living away, returns to visit this town. In the town, the other sister is already quite fitfully romantically involved with Sujit Kumar, the elder of the two brothers. The appearance of the twin sister of course creates numerous hilarious problems, but the high point comes when the out of town sister falls for Sanjeev Kumar, the younger brother. These scenes are some of the best in the film – Tanuja is trying to woo Sanjeev Kumar out of genuine interest, and Sanjeev is horrified and appalled that his future sister-in-law, and the bride to be of his elder brother, is playing romantic hooky with him. With nobody the wiser, the situation creates confusions galore, as all well wishers get together and carry off the in-town sister to a mental asylum in a straight jacket, believing whole heartedly that the young lady is struck with the split personality syndrome. And when the senior doctor at the asylum turns out to be V Gopal, one can imagine what twists and turns the situations will take. By a directorial intervention, the out of town sister also appears at the asylum – she is in search of someone else. With both the twins now present in the hospital, and everyone still unaware of what the crux of the problem is, it does carry all the ingredients to carry the situation towards a hilarious climax extremum. Happy ending of course, all sorted out and the two brothers get twin sister wives.

The song presented with this post is from the passage that the out of town sister is trying to woo Sanjeev Kumar, who is completely convinced that his future sister in law is making an ‘illegal‘ pass at him. The lady wants a portrait to be done in a scenic setting. Convinced that his future sis in law has lost it, Sanjeev tries to humour her by going along with the charade. But once reaching the scenic spot, when the lady breaks into a song of longing, that is too much for Sanjeev, and he tries to wriggle his way out of the situation.

Seriously, if you have not yet watched this film, then add it your list of things to do before departing from the planet. Till about a couple of years ago, this film was extremely unavailable, and a rare possession. But today, it is available on YT, so the rarity angle is gone. However, the humorous confusions angle is still the prime draw for this film.

Song is written by Naqsh Lyallpuri, with music by Sapan Jagmohan. Singing voice is that of Asha Bhosle. And the fun part is watching Tanuja’s antics and expressions as she, armed with this song, tries to take on the fortifications of a bewildered young man. A real treat to watch.

Many happy returns of the day, Tanuja ji – may the laughter never cease.

Song – Sajna Mera Jiyara Jaley (Gustakhi Maaf) (1969) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Naqsh Lyallpuri, MD – Sapan Jagmohan

Lyrics

hmmmm mmmmm
mmmmmmm mmmmmmmm
la ra la ra laa
la ra laa..aa..aa

sajna mera
haaye
jiyara jaley
aa jhoom ke
badra taley
ik baar tu
lag ja galey
sajna mera
jiyara jaley
aa jhoom ke
badra taley
ik baar tu
lag ja galey
sajna mera
jiyara jaley. . .

chanchal pawan zulfen
bikhra gayi
daali mere tan ki
mehka gayi
mann mein agan
bhadka gayi
sajna mera
jiyara jaley
aa jhoom ke
badra taley
ik baar tu
lag ja galey
sajna mera
jiyara jaley. . .

aankhen kahen pyaara. . .
sapna hai tu
dil ye kahe mera. . .
apna hai tu
apna hai ya sapna hai tu
sajna mera
haan haan sach
jiyara jaley
aa jhoom ke
badra taley
ik baar tu
lag ja galey
sajna mera
jiyara jaley
aa jhoom ke
badra taley
ik baar tu
lag ja galey
sajna mera
jiyara jaley. . .

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हम्मममम म्ममममम
म्ममममममम म्ममममममम
ला रा ला रा ला॰॰॰
ला रा ला॰॰आ॰॰आ

सजना मेरा
हाय
जियरा जले
आ झूम के
बदरा तले
इक बार तू
लग जा गले
सजना मेरा
जियरा जले
आ झूम के
बदरा तले
इक बार तू
लग जा गले
सजना मेरा
जियरा जले॰ ॰ ॰

चंचल पावन ज़ुल्फें
बिखरा गई
डाली मेरे तन की
महका गई
मन में अगन
भड़का गई
सजना मेरा
जियरा जले
आ झूम के
बदरा तले
इक बार तू
लग जा गले
सजना मेरा
जियरा जले॰ ॰ ॰

आँखें कहें प्यारा॰ ॰ ॰
सपना है तू
दिल ये कहे मेरा॰ ॰ ॰
अपना है तू
अपना है या सपना है तू
सजना मेरा
जियरा जले
आ झूम के
बदरा तले
इक बार तू
लग जा गले
सजना मेरा
जियरा जले
आ झूम के
बदरा तले
इक बार तू
लग जा गले
सजना मेरा
जियरा जले॰ ॰ ॰


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 : 3717 Post No. : 14650

Mohammed Rafi – Duets – ‘अ’  से  ‘ह’ तक  (From ‘अ’ to ‘ह’) – 23
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‘ड’ – डाल भी दे ज़ुल्फों की छाँव ज़ालिमा धूप चढ़ी जाये ॰ ॰ ॰

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दिल तोड़ने वाले, तुझे दिल ढूंढ रहा है
आवाज़ दे तू कौन सी नगरी में छुपा है

But maybe not. जिस नगरी में तुम चले गए हो, वहाँ से आवाज़ इधर नहीं आ सकती। The only sound that remains is the recordings available,

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Now this song today has a very interesting peculiarity, that was brought to our group’s notice by Bakshish Singh ji. I will come that shortly.

Today’s song, another vintage Chitragupt creation, which has remained kind of obscure and unfamiliar to the listening public. In its time, the music of this film was quite popular on the radio, especially the Mukesh song “Babam Babam Bam Bam Lehri” and the Kamal Barot song “Suna Hai Jabse Mausam Hai Pyaar Ke Kaabil”. The song presented in this post was also heard on the radio, but now it has been unheard for a long time.

Ramu Dada is a film by Sheikh Mukhtar. It is directed by Adarsh for the banner of Adarshlok, Bombay. The main star cast is listed as Sheikh Mukhtar, Jaimala, Prince Saleem, Honey Irani, Sapru, Nilofer, Rajan Haksar, Jagdish Shrivastav and Chand Usmani etc. In this, the name Prince Saleem is the same person as Salim Khan that we are more familiar with – part of the Salim-Javed team of story writers (‘Sholay’ (1975) et al.), father of actor Salman Khan.

Geet Kosh lists 9 songs of this film. Three of these are already showcased on our blog. This post brings on board the fourth song of this film. All the songs are penned by Majrooh Sb and the music is composed by Chitragupt. In this song, Rafi Sb’s voice is accompanied by the voice of Lata ji. On screen, this song is performed by Salim Khan and Jaimala.

Now coming to the interesting peculiarity of this song. This song is one of those that has a slight variation in between the audio and video versions; or in other words, in between the 78 rpm recording and the recording actually filmed. Readers will recall that I discussed another such song earlier in the year – “Rangeen Bahaaron Se Hai Gulzaar China Town” from the 1962 film ‘Chinatown’. This song has a similar peculiarity. The verses noted in the lyrics section below are based on the audio version of this song, taken from the 78 rpm record. That version also supplies the title line for this post, and that is because the Geet Kosh takes this as the original wording for listing. The lines of the mukhda of this song has been modified in the video version.

The mukhda in the audio version is worded as,

Male Voice:
daal bhi de zulfon ki chhaaon
zaalima dhoop chadhi jaaye
Female Voice:
lo na sanam zulfon ka naam
baat mein baat badhi jaaye

In the video version filmed, the mukhda is worded as

Male Voice:
daal bhi de palkon ki chhaaon
zaalima dhoop chadhi jaaye
Female Voice:
lo na sanam palkon ka naam
preet mein reet badhi jaaye

Please listen to the mukhda rendition in the two versions. When we listen to the audio version, it sounds very normal and correct, nothing is amiss. However, when we listen to the video version, the lines of the mukhda rendition sound somewhat altered and out of sync with the music. The most likely explanation is that these lines have been overlaid on to an earlier version of this song. Meaning that the song was filmed with the version that is present on the 78 rpm records. Then for some reason (unknown at this time), the mukhda lines were re-recorded with the sight variation in words, and then this recording was carefully dubbed onto the existing celluloid reels. However, the dubbing is not perfect. We can clearly make out a slight variation in the pace of music for these lines. And careful examination will also show that the lip sync for the mukhda lines is out of sync.

Having established this variation, however I have not been able to locate any information as to why this change was made, why was this change was so essential and necessary. I request friends and readers to add more information regarding the why of this change.

Meanwhile, check out these variant versions of the song.

(Audio – . . .zulfon ki chhaon. . .)

(Video – . . .palkon ki chhaon. . .)

Song – Daal Bhi De Zulfon Ki Chhaon  (Ramu Dada) (1961) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD – Chitragupt

Lyrics (based on the audio version)

daal bhi de zulfon ki chhaaon
zaalima dhoop chadhi jaaye
lo na sanam zulfon ka naam
baat mein baat badhi jaaye
daal bhi de zulfon ki chhaaon
zaalima dhoop chadhi jaaye
lo na sanam zulfon ka naam
baat mein baat badhi jaaye

kaahe tera
jalta dil hai bechara
aata nahin
aanchal haath tumhaara
kaahe tera
jalta dil hai bechara
aata nahin
aanchal haath tumhaara
ye rangeen ghata
paa ke hawa
udti jaaye
lo na sanam zulfon ka naam
baat mein baat badhi jaaye
daal bhi de zulfon ki chhaaon
zaalima dhoop chadhi jaaye

ye kya hua
uljhi chaal tumhaari
dekho na ji
latt phir bikhri hamaari
ye kya hua
uljhi chaal tumhaari
dekho na ji
latt phir bikhri hamaari
na kyun jaaye bikhar
ham se nazar
ladti jaaye
ke daal bhi de zulfon ki chhaaon
zaalima dhoop chadhi jaaye
lo na sanam zulfon ka naam
baat mein baat badhi jaaye

duniya kahe
sajna pyaar bura hai
yehi na ho
to ye duniya bhi kya hai
duniya kahe
sajna pyaar bura hai
yehi na ho
to ye duniya bhi kya hai
ye main dekh rahi
chaah teri
badhti jaaye
ke lo na sanam zulfon ka naam
baat mein baat badhi jaaye
daal bhi de zulfon ki chhaaon
zaalima dhoop chadhi jaaye
lo na sanam zulfon ka naam
baat mein baat badhi jaaye

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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डाल भी दे ज़ुल्फों की छाँव
ज़ालिमा धूप चढ़ी जाये
लो न सनम ज़ुल्फों का नाम
बात में बात बढ़ी जाये
डाल भी दे ज़ुल्फों की छाँव
ज़ालिमा धूप चढ़ी जाये
लो न सनम ज़ुल्फों का नाम
बात में बात बढ़ी जाये

काहे तेरा
जलता दिल है बेचारा
आता नहीं
आँचल हाथ तुम्हारा
काहे तेरा
जलता दिल है बेचारा
आता नहीं
आँचल हाथ तुम्हारा
ये रंगीन घाटा
पा के हवा
उड़ती जाये
लो न सनम ज़ुल्फों का नाम
बात में बात बढ़ी जाये
डाल भी दे ज़ुल्फों की छाँव
ज़ालिमा धूप चढ़ी जाये

ये क्या हुआ
उलझी चाल तुम्हारी
देखो ना जी
लट फिर बिखरी हमारी
ये क्या हुआ
उलझी चाल तुम्हारी
देखो ना जी
लट फिर बिखरी हमारी
ना क्यों जाये बिखर
हमसे नज़र
लड़ती जाये
के डाल भी दे ज़ुल्फों की छाँव
ज़ालिमा धूप चढ़ी जाये
लो न सनम ज़ुल्फों का नाम
बात में बात बढ़ी जाये

दुनिया कहे
सजना प्यार बुरा है
येही ना हो
तो ये दुनिया भी क्या है
दुनिया कहे
सजना प्यार बुरा है
येही ना हो
तो ये दुनिया भी क्या है
ये मैं देख रही
चाह तेरी
बढ़ती जाये
के लो न सनम ज़ुल्फों का नाम
बात में बात बढ़ी जाये
डाल भी दे ज़ुल्फों की छाँव
ज़ालिमा धूप चढ़ी जाये
लो न सनम ज़ुल्फों का नाम
बात में बात बढ़ी जाये


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