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Blog Day : 4158 Post No. : 15327

“Street Singer”(1966) was directed by Chandrashekhar for Bhavdeep Films, Bombay. The movie had Chandrashekhar, Sarita, K N Singh, Manmohan Krishna, madan Puri, David, Sundar, ratna, Jeewan Kala, Keshav Rana, Agha, Tuntun, Polson, Bimal Chadha, Brijmohan, Ridku, Kundan, Sheikh, Amrit Patel etc in it.

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

Here is the second song from “Street Singer”(1966). This song is sung by Rafi. Hasrat Jaipuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Suraj.

It is popularly thought that Suraj was Shankar of Shankar Jaikishan. But Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh, our beloved inhouse encyclopaedia tells us that Suraj was a pseudonym taken by Dattaram, Sebastian D’souza and Enoch Daniels. All these musicians, who were assistants of Shankar Jaikishan had only this movie to their credit under the name of Suraj.

Shankar had given music in a Marathi movie “Tee mee navhech” (1970) under the name of Suraj, and that is how this confusion about Shankar being the music director of “Street Singer” (1966) arose.

This song is picturised as a studio recording song on Chandrashekhar.


Song-Aa aaja aaja (Street Singer)(1966) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Suraj

Lyrics

aa
aaja aaja
aa gale laga
aa
aaja aaja
aa gale laga
aise mein tu to kahaan chala
kahaan chala hai saathiyaa
aa
aaja aaja
aa gale laga
aise main tu to kahaan chala
kahaan chala hai sathiya

dil mein hai tu
teri chhavi
phir kyun nazar pyaasi rahi
phir kyun nazar pyaasi rahi
aa
aaja aaja
aa gale laga
aa
aaja aaja
aa gale laga
aise mein tu to kahaan chala
kahaan chala hai saathiya

aankhen teri
masti bhari
tarsa na tu
ham ko pila
tarsa na tu
hamko pila
aa
aaja aaja
aa gale laga
aa
aaja aaja
aa gale laga
aise mein tu to kahaan chala
kahaan chala hai saathiya


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Today’s song is from a Marathi film- Dhananjay-66. This is a Hindi song, sung by Chitalkar, under his own baton ! Lyrics are by P L Santoshi. The film was based on a story by Marathi’s renowned Detective Novelist of yesteryear – Baburao Arnalkar.

In the early 50s,when I was about 10-11 years old, I first read a Marathi detective novel written by Baburao Arnalkar. In those days, reading such stuff was a no-no for children, and so I had to read it, sitting in some lonely corner, keeping one eye and one ear for checking if anybody is seeing me. I was simply thrilled by reading this book and then started the marathon reading of detective novels- of course chori chori ! Happily I found some of my friends also doing the same thing and even my elder brother was seen reading these books.

Shortly, this became an open programme and I joined a local book library, catering to such books. Every month such 10 books used to come there and all these books were written by one author- Baburao Arnalkar. We always wondered how can any one man write so many books, so varied and entertaining every month. As the time went by, the author wrote in a magazine, how he was impressed by novels of Edgar Wallace, Berkeley grey, Roderick Graeme, Peter Cheyney, Sax Rohmer and few others. He decided to adapt their stories to Indian environment, culture and customs, so that Marathi readers felt affinity for them. Certain books, however, were just not possible to adapt lest they lost their charm and such books were presented just in a translated form, with same name and places to maintain reality.

Baburao’s main character, on whom he wrote more books was Dhananjay ( he got this name from Bhagwadgeeta) – a private detective with a sharp intelligence, fearlessness, a high degree of common sense and an ability to use logic rightly. This character seemed to be a combination of Perry Mason (Earl Stanley Gardener), Hercule Poirot (Agatha Christie) and Sherlock Holmes (Arthur Connon Doyle).

Baburao also brought into Marathi the dashing ” Normon Conquest ” of author Berkeley Grey as Zunjar (झुंजार) along with his wife Joy (Vijaya) and the faithful assistant Biji (Netaji). Novels of Zunjar were particularly more popular because he was flamboyant, adventurous and of humorous nature with a speciality of getting his commission from every villain,before Police arrested him. He was one who would not hesitate to cross legal boundaries in order to book the villains in the final chapter. Zunjar’s Guru Bhimsen and successor Golandaz also had many books on them.

The other popular character Baburao Arnalkar brought was Roderick Graeme’s famous “Black Shirt”. In Marathi he became Kalapahad(काळापहाड)- a successful Novelist by day and a daring adventurer by night. Baburao brought stories of Peter Cheyney and Ellery Queen. Brett Haliday’s Mike Shane became Jayant in Marathi. Carter Brown’s private detective was Sanjay in Marathi. Additionally he created from Edgar Wallace, Kodand rao- Public Prosecutor (J.G.Reader), Major(Retd.) Sudarshan- a private investigator and C.I.D. Inspector Murar Rao.

Shifting from the usual, Baburao brought Jungle stories of British Settlements in Africa by Edgar Wallace, featuring Commissioner Sanders, Capt.Hamilton and funny but brave Lt.Bones. These were brought in original form having English names and places. Similarly, the “Justmen” series by Edgar Wallace featuring George Manfred, Leon Gonsalves and Raymond Poicort – each having different skill and together punishing secretly the difficult to catch criminal, helping the Police. Baburao was too versatile. he brought stories of Sailors, featuring Capt Daryasarang and his assistant Savlaram. The seafaring criminal stories were an entirely different world for Marathi readers.

Baburao also gets credit for introducing the deadly Dr. Fu Manchu, a character created by Sax Rohmer. Fu Manchu is a Chinese scientist who wants to rule the world. An entire generation born in the 40s was mesmerised by Baburao’s detective novels and feasted on the stories of heroes created by British, American and German authors, in the 1920s and 1930s. These novels re-created the pre-war times and entertained people.

Having read Baburao Arnalkar’s books based on foreign authors, I got and read almost every English book that Baburao had translated. Novels by Edgar Wallace and others are still in my library. I had about 200 selected books-Marathi- of Baburao Arnalkar, which I gifted to my niece recently.

Baburao Arnalkar (real name Chandrakant Sakharam Chavan) was born on 9-6-1906 at Arnala in Vasai. He studied only up to 10th, but earned a proficiency in English, as he was an avid reader of books. In the 1942 Freedom struggle, he was jailed for 18 months. In this jail, he got hands on the books of Edgar Wallace. He was so thrilled that he decided to bring these books in Marathi. He had already written his first detective novel ” Queen of Diamonds” (चौकटची राणी) in 1939.

He started an Optical lenses shop in Bombay for earning a living. His writing started from 1946, but in the period 1952 to 1966, he was very prolific, writing 6 to 10 books a month. On completing 500 books,the then Maharashtra Government felicitated him and awarded Rs. 10000 also. He wrote 1042 detective novels, before he put his pen down due to old age. His name was entered in Guinness Book of World Records in those days.

He received several awards and honours from prestigious institutions. However the so called Classic literature writers never conceded Detective Novels as a respected form of literature. This always remained an entertainment for the middle class society who dreamt of super powered heroes. More than this recognition, he valued the love and affection an entire generation poured on him. He not only gave entertaining books but also sustained and developed the reading habit among the youngsters of those times.

Baburao Arnalkar died peacefully on 5-7-1996 at the ripe age of 90 years. He must have been a contented man. My thanks to him, for being a true entertainer.

Film Dhananjay-66, based on Baburao Arnalkar’s story, was produced by C.Ramchandra. After parting ways with Lata, in the late 50s, C.Ramchandra did not do well in Hindi films. He disappeared slowly. He turned to Marathi films and stage shows around the world. He got married second time to Shantabai and had a son and a daughter from this marriage. Most of his time he stayed in his Poona Bungalow. His son and daughter are leading doctors in USA, and are well settled. I do not know if Shantabai is still alive. C.Ramchandra had produced 2 Marathi films. The other film was Gharkul.

C.Ramchandra played the Hero- Dhananajay’s role in this film. After his first flop film Naganand-1935 ( only 9 people in the first show. There was no second show), this was his second film in the Hero’s role. The film did average business. The cast was Chitalkar, Uma, Arun Sarnaik ( he had acted in 2 Hindi films…Subhadra haran-64 and Lady killer-68), Ashalata, Gulab Mokashi, Jaymala , Shakuntala etc etc.

The film was directed by Raja Thakur. Rajaram Dattatreya Thakur was born in 1923 at Ponda in Goa. He did work as an assistant to Master Vinayak and later Raja Paranjape. Raja Thakur had produced an English film ” Birbal – My brother “-1973. His another film “Mumbaicha Jawai” (मुंबईचा जावई)-1970, was remade in Hindi as ‘Piya ka Ghar’-1971 by Basu Chatterjee.

There were 6 songs in the films. 3 songs were in Hindi. 1 song was in Konkani. This song “Hatat bangdi sonyachi, hi pori konachi ( हातात बांगडी सोन्याची, ही पोरी कोनाची ) became an evergreen song, so popular that even now, it is played in Ganesh utsav, Holi etc. programmes. Only 2 songs were in Marathi, in this Marathi film.

Today’s song has a tune, which Chitalkar seems to have borrowed from his own film Aazad-1955 – “Marna bhi muhabbat mein kisi kaam na aaya”. Enjoy today’s song in Chitalkar’s voice.


Song- Na mila hai na milega mujhe aaraam kahin (Dhananjay)(Marathi)(1966) Singer – Chitalkar, Lyricist – P L Santoshi, Music – C Ramchandra
Chorus

Lyrics

Na mila hai na milega mujhe aaraam kahin
Na mila hai na milega mujhe aaraam kahin
Na mila hai na milega mujhe aaraam kahin een een een
suniye
main musaafir hoon
meri subah kahin shaam kahin
main musaafir hoon
meri subah kahin shaam kahin
main musaafir hoon
meri subah kahin shaam kahin

o o o
o o o
main chala to chal diya zindagi ka kaarwaan
arre main ruka to ruk gaya zindagi ka kaarwaan
hans ke jisne dekh liya
arre hans ke jisne dekh liya
main usi ka ho gaya
aa aa aa aa
do ghadi bhar ke liye kar liya mukaam wahin
do ghadi bhar ke liye kar liya mukaam wahin
do ghadi bhar ke liye kar liya mukaam wahin

do ghadi bhar ke liye kar liya mukaam wahin een een
Na mila hai na milega mujhe aaraam kahin
Na mila hai na milega mujhe aaraam kahin
main musaafir hoon
meri subah kahin shaam kahin

o o o
o o o o
raat ke hai baad din aur din ke baad raat hai
arre chal rahi isi tarah saari kaaynaat hai
main bhi chala jaa raha
main bhi
main bhi chala jaa raha
gham aur khushi saath liye
ae ae
meri is zindagi mein thaharne ka kaam nahin
meri is zindagi mein thaharne ka kaam nahin
meri is zindagi mein thaharne ka kaam nahin

o meri is zindagi mein thaharne ka kaam nahin
een een een
Na mila hai na milega mujhe aaram kahin
main musaafir hoon
meri subah kahin shaam kahin


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Blog Day : 4006 Post No. : 15110

“Labelaa”(1966) was directed by Bhagwan for Young India Entertainers, Bombay. The movie had Sujit Kumar and Kum Kum in lead roles. Others in the movie were Bhagwan, Om Prakash, Helen, Bela Bose, Ratanmala, Maruti, Anwar Husain etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Two songs from the movie have been covered in the blog.

Here is the third song from “Labelaa”(1966) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by C Ramchandra Asha Bhonsle and chorus. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by C Ramchandra.

The song is picturised as a dance song on Bhagwan Dada and Bela Bose, with many others also present. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identfy the other actors visible in the picturisation. The video has several cuts so putting together entire lyrics is a tall order and there may be errors in the lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to help correct the lyrics.


Song-Raat din kis tarah ab guzaara karen (Labelaa)(1966) Singers-C Ramchandra, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-C Ramchandra
Both
Chorus

Lyrics

yeah

waah

aah

arre waah
hahahaahaha
hahaha

raat din kis tarah ab guzaara karen
tu hamen ham tujhe na pukaara karen
lalalaaluralu
lalalaaluralu
hahaahauaha
lalaallalularalu

raat din kis tarah ab gujaara karen
tu hamen ham tujhe na pukaara karen

chup rahen
bas nazar se ishaara karen
ae dil mere dil
huaa ru
aa padi hai mushqil
huaa ru
dil ki baat
laahu
kaise kahen
laa hu
kaise kahen
kaise sun rahi hai mahfil
ae dil

har kisi baat ka ek fasaana bana
o deewaani sabhi ko diwaana bana

lalalalluralu
lalalaluraalu
hahahahuahua
lalalaluraaru

har kisi baat ka ek fasaana bana
o deewaani sabhi ko deewaana bana
aaj tu heer ko bhi nishaana bana
ae dil mere dil
huaaru
ha kar yaahu yaahu


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Blog Day : 3879 Post No. : 14902

Mohammed Rafi : The Incomparable (II) – Song No. 08
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While I was writing the previous post of this series few days ago, I was maybe suffering from lack of motivation.  So I could not be very expressive and just tried to put together some random thoughts and to start the series again.

Today I am glad that somehow this series has begun again. Simply because I have spent this week in sharing with all those around me with some musical sense, a link I found on YouTube.  Sharing it because that is the only thing I could do short of shouting on rooftops that look what I have found.

Years ago I was a regular visitor http://www.mohdrafi.com.  I was just visiting and reading the various articles that were posted and sometimes making some comments.  Overtime that passivity was a bit tedious and the writings and articles there felt repetitive and somewhat amateurish.  It never inspired any inclination to be more active, though it is a very good site dedicated to the memory of Rafi Sb and full of information about him.

While being a Rafi fan myself, I have often wondered how can people be so over the top in praise and eulogies of some mortals, so as to call him God, Farishta and what not.  The fans of Rafi Sb are so so much – deewane and parwaane on him as if these words were coined for them only, if the readers know what I mean.

Whatsapp university tells me that a human mind can store or process 1 million billion bits of data in a lifetime.  In this same humble brain there are various tidbits of information stored by me too, some which has come to fore during this momentous week.  I have remembered that during the 70’s Rafi Sb used to go on a lot overseas tours to do stage shows.  And years ago I had/heard an audio cassette of one of these shows.  With the advent of YouTube the things and all type of rare and songs and videos became accessible.  Now I remember myself searching for the video clips of stage shows by Mohammed Rafi Sb.  And I found and saw small clips of these shows.  But I had not found any longish recording links of complete stage shows.  Over the years I stopped looking for those.  I can’t recall now when was the last time I really looked for this lost treasure.  I had may be subconsciously given up on ever finding any such thing. It was as if I had convinced myself that they don’t exist.

So It was while just browsing for more inspiring songs by Rafi Sb in the labyrinth of YouTube, I found this video recording of Rafi Sb’s live concert of 1979 at Montreal, Canada.  I was dumb founded that something like this has existed for the last 38 years without being uploaded anywhere and it has surfaced in July 2018.  It was a heaven sent gift for me and it has triggered all sort of memories of all that was there in the deep recess of my mind.  At first I really thought it just cannot be, a video recording of such significance being uploaded now, it was too good to be true.  It is of 1.15 hours.  Here is the link – Mohammed Rafi Live Concert Video – Montreal 1979

As I said above I just couldn’t believe that finally I am seeing something like this.  This is the first time something so comprehensive video is uploaded on the net.  It was a year before the end of the true Golden era of Hindi film music.  And how the maestro is performing, it is to be seen and heard to be believed.  And the singing gets better and better as song after song are getting rendered from his soul.  I have asked this question to many people I have shared the video with, that what do they think that he is singing from his throat, mouth or heart?  Some say that the throw of voice is phenomenal and someone said that this is just not possible to be so much more than the original soundtrack in live performance.

What can one say?  As some of the comments are surmising that “hamaari auqaat nahi hai ke Rafi sahaab ke baare mein kuch keh saken“.  What we can do is just listen to this incredible performance and thank the uploader of this best of the best generosity on his part.  This is a boon to Rafi fans like me 39 year after the event.  But one thing it creates is a hunger for more such recordings, which have started surfacing now.  Let us hope and pray the other such treasures are safe somewhere in the world and will surface in due course, in our lifetime.  I am truly humbled by the good fortune of being able to experience something like this.

Naushad Sb had this to say about Rafi Sb “aaj mausiqui ko tujh pe naaz hai“.  This has made me see that all this highest of high praises were showered on him by various peers and contemporaries were really heartfelt and never were they too much.  I rather think they felt speechless when contemplating what to say about Rafi Sb and took a short cut and called him God of music.

Someone has commented that Rafi Sb does not need the award of ‘Bharat Ratna’ rather the award needs Rafi Sb to mean something.  Not intending to be political, I can but agree with this.  More so with the history and the civilisation from which such a sur samraat has emerged.  Something else I have understood with this ethereal experience is that those who can deny the truth in the statement that “Rafi ko nahi suna to kya suna?” could do so because of their ignorance of the subject matter.

Today I am presenting a rare song by Rafi Sb from the film ‘Duniya Hai Dilwaalon Ki’ (1966).  Music is by Jimmy (aka James Singh) and the lyricist of this qawwali is Anjum Jaipuri.  As can be expected it is a delightful qawwali containing a repertoire of mumbaiyya terminology.  They could have used this one in ‘Munna Bhai MBBS’ series too.

And there is the ‘whistle sound’ in the middle of singing.  Rafi Sb has done this in the live concert too, i.e. whistled in the middle of the Punjabi song and then continued to sing in the same breath.  Unbelievable, that the microphone is able to capture the bass and the echo in the words that are falling from the mouth like precious jewels in a free fall in a hall full of people watching.  Yes there is that ‘goonj‘ in the words as they are resonating from the mike, and the sound of the end of the earlier word still can be head even as he starts the next word.  This is the only explanation of the sound of the word already sung and the start of the next word at the same time.  May be this happened with others also, I don’t know.

The simplicity, humbleness of the person while acknowledging the applause.  The only concession to any showmanship on Rafi Sb’s part is the formal attire, which has to be more as a form of respect for the audience than anything else.  His God gifted ability is there for all to see.  I can empathise with the people who were part of the recording studio set up, witnessing the phenomenal singing day in and day out for all those years, for being in so much in awe of the personality so as to call him God.

Anyways , all we can do is listen and try not to faint with the awesomeness of it all.  And thank the Almighty God for blessing us with this gift just as he blessed Rafi Sb.


Song – Ye To Qismat Hai, Meri Jaan Varna (Duniya Ha Dilwaalon Ki) (1966) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Lyrics – Anjum Jaipuri, MD – Jimmy
Chorus
Unidentified Male Voice

Lyrics

koyi kuchh bhi kahe pyaare
magar yeh baat pakki hai..ea..eaaaaaaa
yahaan aata hai wo jis per
koyi ilzaam hotaa hai 
haa aaan 
sabab koyi..ee..eeee
na koyi thhaa 
jo yun khinch kar
chale..ea aaye

yeh to qismat hai 
meri jaan varnaa
kaun apni khushi se aaye yahaan
daane daane pe
naam hota hai
wo hi daane hamen le aaye yahaan
yeh to qismat hai 
meri jaan varnaa
kaun apni khushi se aaye yahaan
daane daane pe
naam hota hai
wo hi daane hamen le aaye yahaan
yeh to qismat hai
meri jaan 

yaar apna ik imaamudeen thha
manchala thha aur bahot shauqeen thhaa
haan aaan
saathh choupaati gaye ham ghoomne
arey husnwaalon par lagaa woh jhoomne
to phir
kabhi ladki ko yoon bulaata thha
dheere dheere seeti bajaata thha
(whistle sound)
dheere dheere seeti bajaata thha
ganga jamuna ke gaane gaata thha
raj ki tarha muskuraata thha
ek ladki jo zaraa…
ek ladki jo zara jaadi thhi
pehne huey wo kaali saadi thhi
us ki aankhon mein deep jalte thhe
dekhnewaale aankhen malte thhe
raat soyee thhi us ke baalon mein
chaand hansta thha gore gaalon mein
aayi shaamat usey salaam kiyaa
us ne chappal se apni kaam liyaa
haan aaan
chhed khaani ka mazaa mehenga pada
aur ham ko pyaare
jail mein aana pada
ho ho hoo
yeh to qismat hai 
meri jaan varnaa
kaun apni khushi se aaye yahaan
daane daane pe
naam hota hai
wo hi daane hamen le aaye yahaan
yeh to qismat hai 
meri jaan 

dhoka diya naseeb ne
ban kar bigad gayaa
haay haay hai
arey kadke ki jeb mein
jo mera haath pad gaya
to phir
khol ke dekha paakit khaali thha
paakit wala bhi khud sawaali thha
band kaaghaz mein dil ki tehreeren
husnwaalon ki chand tasweeren
apni qismat ke rang aise thhe
ek sigret thhi chaar paise thhe
chaar paison mein guzar kab hotee
husnwaalon ki nazar kab hotee
inhen daulat se pyaar hota hai
in ki balaa ke koi rota hai
aaya gussa to paakit phaink diya
paakit waale ne mujh ko dekh liya..aa
haan aan
bhaagnaa chahaa magar main gir pada
jaise uttha muhn pe ek thappad padaa
haan aan 
apne peshe se huyi nafrat mujhe 
jail mein karni padi kasrat mujhe
ho ho 
yeh to qismat hai 
meri jaan varnaa
kaun apni khushi se aaye yahaan
daane daane pe
naam hota hai
wo hi daane hamen le aaye yahaan
yeh to qismat hai
meri jaan 

aa aaa aaaa aaaa
aa aaaa aaa
haan aan
baap zinda thha
bohat aaraam thha
ghar mein apna ramchander naam thha
aur ab
hamen ab ramu dada kehte hain
chaal mein gangu ki hum rehte hain
tezi mandi ka dhanda hota thha
apni masti mein banda sota thha
yun hi phokat mein kaam chalta thha
kaale ghode tak naam chaltaa thha
dil mein chaahat thhi badi sehre ki
aane waali thhi ghadi sehre ki ee
haan aan 
maa qasam apna yeh dil kaala nahin 
doston ki baat ko talaa nahin
haan aan
laaye ismuggling ka sona chaal mein
raamchander ko phasaaya jaal mein

haa..aan
o yeh to qismat hai 
meri jaan varnaa
kaun apni khushi se aaye yahaan
yeh to qismat hai 
meri jaan varnaa
kaun apni khushi se aaye yahaan
daane daane pe
naam hota hai
wo hi daane hamen le aaye yahaan
yeh to qismat hai 
meri jaan 

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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कोई कुछ भी कहे प्यारे
मगर ये बात पक्की है॰॰ए॰॰ए॰॰ए
यहाँ आता है वो जिस पर
कोई इल्ज़ाम होता है
हाँ॰॰आं
सबब कोई॰॰ई॰॰ई
ना कोई था
जो यूं खिच कर
चले आए

ये तो किस्मत है
मेरी जाँ वरना
कौन अपनी खुशी से आए यहाँ
दाने दाने पे
नाम होता है
वो ही दाने हमें ले आए यहाँ
ये तो किस्मत है
मेरी जाँ वरना
कौन अपनी खुशी से आए यहाँ
दाने दाने पे
नाम होता है
वो ही दाने हमें ले आए यहाँ
ये तो किस्मत है
मेरी जाँ

यार अपना इक इमामुद्दीन था
मनचला और बहोत शौकीन था
हाँ॰॰आं
साथ चौपाटी गए हम घूमने
अरे हुस्न्वालोन पर लगा वो झूमने
तो फिर
कभी लड़की को यूं बुलाता था
धीरे धीरे सीटी बजाता था
(सिटी का स्वर)
धीरे धीरे सीटी बजाता था
गंगा जमुना के गाने गाता था
राज की तरह मुसकुराता था
एक लड़की जो ज़रा॰॰॰
एक लड़की जो ज़रा जाड़ी थी
पहने हुए वो काली साड़ी थी
उसकी आँखों में दीप जलते थे
देखनेवाले आँखें मलते थे
रात सोई थी उसके बालों में
चाँद हँसता था गोरे गालों में
आई शामत उसे सलाम किया
उसने चप्पल से अपनी काम लिया
हाँ॰॰आं
छेड़खानी का मज़ा महंगा पड़ा
और हम को प्यारे
जेल में आना पड़ा
हो हो हो॰॰ओ
ये तो किस्मत है
मेरी जाँ वरना
कौन अपनी खुशी से आए यहाँ
दाने दाने पे
नाम होता है
वो ही दाने हमें ले आए यहाँ
ये तो किस्मत है
मेरी जाँ

धोखा दिया नसीब ने
बन कर बिगड़ गया
हाय हाय हाय
अरे कड़के की जेब में
जो मेरा हाथ पड़ गया
तो फिर
खोल के देखा पाकिट खाली था
पाकिट वाला भी खुद सवाली था
बंद काग़ज़ में दिल की तहरीरें
हुस्न्वालोन की चंद तस्वीरें
अपनी किस्मत के रंग ऐसे थे
इक सिगरेट थी चार पैसे थे
चार पैसों में गुज़र कब होती
हुस्नवालों की नज़र कब होती
इन्हें दौलत से प्यार होता है
इनकी बला से कोई रोता है
आया गुस्सा तो पाकिट फेंक दिया
पाकिट वाले ने मुझे देख लिया॰॰आ
हाँ॰॰आं
भागना चाहा मगर मैं गिर पड़ा
जैसे उठा मुंह पे एक थप्पड़ पड़ा
हाँ॰॰आं
अपनी पेशे से हुई नफरत मुझे
जेल में करनी पड़ी कसरत मुझे
हो हो
ये तो किस्मत है
मेरी जाँ वरना
कौन अपनी खुशी से आए यहाँ
दाने दाने पे
नाम होता है
वो ही दाने हमें ले आए यहाँ
ये तो किस्मत है
मेरी जाँ

आ आs आss आss
आ आss आs
हाँ॰॰आं
बाप ज़िंदा था
बोहत आराम था
घर में अपना रामचंदर नाम था
और अब
हमें अब रामू दादा कहते हैं
चाल में गंगू की हम रहते हैं
तेज़ी मंडी का धंधा होता था
अपनी मस्ती में बंदा सोता था
यूं ही फोकट में काम चलता था
काले घोड़े तक नाम चलता था
दिल में चाहत थी बड़ी सेहरे की
आने वाली थी घड़ी सेहरे की॰॰ई
हाँ॰॰आं
माँ कसम अपना दिल काला नहीं
दोस्तों की बात को टाला नहीं
हाँ॰॰आं
लाये इस्मग्लिंग का सोना चाल में
रामचंदर को फसाया जाल में

हाँ॰॰आं
ये तो किस्मत है
मेरी जाँ वरना
कौन अपनी खुशी से आए यहाँ
ये तो किस्मत है
मेरी जाँ वरना
कौन अपनी खुशी से आए यहाँ
दाने दाने पे
नाम होता है
वो ही दाने हमें ले आए यहाँ
ये तो किस्मत है
मेरी जाँ


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Blog Day : 3868 Post No. : 14886

“Chhota Bhai”(1966) was directed by K P Atma for Olympic Pictures. This typical tear jerker movie had Rehman, Nutan, Master Mahesh Kumar, Lalita Pawar, Randhir, Lata Sinha, Sulochana Chatterji, Kammo, Chandrima Bhaduri, Brahm Bhardwaj, Baldev Mehta, Sadhu Singh, Abu Bakar, Ghulam, Master Anwar etc in it.

This movie had six songs in it. One song from this movie has been covered in the blog. That song was the 3000th song for the blog and 1000th song for Lata Mangeshkar in the blog.

That was on 20 september 2010. It comes as a great surprise to me that no other song from this movie has been discussed in the blog for more than eight years.

Here is the second song from “Chhota Bhai”(1966). This song is sung by Rafi. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

This song is picturised as a calamity song on a kid and an elderly man, with the elderly man rowing a boat to safety with the kid with him. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify the artists seen in the picturisation of this song.

This song is the 400th song from the movies of 1966 in the blog.


Song-Raam tu sab ka rakhwaala (Chhota Bhai)(1966) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

raam
tu sabka rakhwaala
raam
tu sabka rakhwaala
jab jab bhi ye man ghabraaya
jab jab bhi ye man ghabraaya
toone aan sambhaala
ho o raam
tu sabka rakhwaala

soone aangan dwaar sajaa de
soone aangan dwaar sajaa de
hamri bigdi baat banaa de
muskaanen waapas lautaa de
lene waala tu na kehla
lene waala tu na kehla
tu hai dene waala
ho o raam
tu sabka rakhwaala
raam
tu sabka rakhwaala

o o o
o o o o
aa aa aa
aa aa aa

ye vishwaas ki jyot jagaaye
ye vishwaas ki jyot jagaaye
hum tere mandir mein aaye
aas ka deepak toot na jaaye
ye andhiyaari rain churaa ke
ye andhiyaari rain churaa ke
le na jaaye ujaala
ho o raam
tu sabka rakhwaala
jab jab bhi ye man ghabraaya
jab jab bhi ye man ghabraaya
toone aan sambhaala
ho o raam
tu sabka rakhwaala
raam
tu sabka rakhwaala


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Blog Day : 3865 Post No. : 14882

“Mere Laal”(1966) was directed by Satyen Bose for S S Chitramandir, Bombay. This “social” movie had Dev Kumar, Indrani Mukherji, Jagdev, Shekhar Purohit, Lalit Kapoor, Prakash Mishra, Abhi Bhattacharya, Jamaal, Samson, Rajkumar, Siddiqui, Ghulam Sabir, Master Anwar, Master Satyajeet, Madhuraj, Juthika devi, Darshan, Moolchand, Meenakshi, Mahesh, Ratan etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. Four of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fifth song from “Mere Laal”(1966) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Lata. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

The song is picturised on Indrani Mukherji.


Song-Baadal roya naina roye (Mere Laal)(1966) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

hmm mm mm
hmm mm mm
hmm hm m hmm
hahaha

baadal roya naina roye
kaajal roya wo na mila haaye
baadal roya naina roye
kaajal roya wo na mila
tan ka ujaala rain laton ki
tan ka ujaala rain laton ki
sab kuchh khoya
wo na mila ha
baadal roya naina roye
kaajal roya wo na mila
haaye
baadal roya naina roye

dhoondhte usko o o
maine ganwaayi
kya jaane kitni hi nigaahen
uske nagar mein maine bichha di
raste raste pyaar ki baahen
saagar saagar roz kisi armaan ko duboya wo na mila aa
baadal roya naina roye
kaajal roya wo na mila
baadal roya naina roye

hmm hmm
honthon pe lekar r r
khoon ki laali
gaati rahi main dard ki maari
phool ke jaise ghaav badan par
leke phiri main ban phulwaari
des vides ka kaanta pag mein
maine chubhoyaa wo na mila
baadal roya naina roye
kaajal roye wo na mila
tan ka ujaala rain laton ki
sab kuchh khoya wo na mila
baadal roya naina roye
kaajal roya wo na mila aa
baadal roya naina roye


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Blog Day : 3863 Post No. : 14880

“Akalmand”(1966) was directed by Roop K Shorey for Mukul Pictures, Bombay. This “social” movie had Kishore Kumar, I S Johar, Sonia Sahni, Praveen Chaudhary, Kamal Kapoor, Raj Kishore, V Gopal, Majnoon, Jeewankala, Madhu Malti, Wazeer Mohammad Khan, Kumar, Tuntun, Hari Shivdasani, Pratima Devi, Khursheed, Kaajal, Rajinder Singh, S K Khosla, Ram Kamlani, etc in it.

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

Here is the eighth song from “Akalmand”(1966) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Bhupinder Singh and Mahendra Kapoor. Aziz Kashmiri is the lyricist. Music is composed by O P Nayyar. HFGK mentions the name of G M Durrani as well in this song, but I am unable to notice the voice of G M Durrani in the song.

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

The ninth and final song from the movie viz “jab mile pata” , appears to be a laapata song as no details of this song are available. It appears that this song was only in the movie and its records were not made. I request our knowledgeable readers to tell us about this missing song. This movie will remain one song short of YIPPEEhood unless we are able to locate this missing ninth song from the movie.


Song-O bekhabar tujhe kya pata(Akalmand)(1966) Singers-Bhupinder Singh, Mahendra Kapoor,Lyrics-Aziz Kashmiri, MD-O P Nayyar
Chorus

Lyrics

o bekhabar tujhe kya pata
mile dil jise wo hai baadshaah
o bekhabar tujhe kya pata
mile dil jise wo hai baadshaah
wo jo dard duniya ka baant le
wo vasher nahin een een
wo vasher nahin
wo to hai khuda
o bekhabar tujhe kya pata

tode jo kisi ka dil koi
kehte hain falak hil jaata hai
ik parda nasheen ki baat hai kya
dhoondhe se khuda mil jaata hai
ye bhed ki baat kahen kaise
dil waalon ne kya kya dekh liya
mansoor chadha jab sooli par
duniya ne thamasha dekh liya

hai khuda ka bhi yahi faisla
haa aa aa aa aa aa aa
hai khuda ka bhi yahi faisla
mile dil jise wo hai baadshaah
wo jo dard duniya ka baant le
wo vasher nahin
wo to hai khuda
o bekhabar tujhe kya pata

kehte hain ki duniya se pehle
dil waalon ki tasweer bani

phir husn bana
phir ishq bana
phir aashiq ki taqdeer bani

deewaane hamen gaafil na samajh
hum aashiq hain anjaan nahin
har baat ko khoob samajhte hain
hain akalmand
naadaan nahin

jo kisi ke gham se ho aashnaa
haan aan aan aan

jo kisi ke gham se ho aashnaa
wo vasher nahin
wo to hai khuda
o bekhabar tujhe kya pata


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Blog Day : 3862 Post No. : 14878

“Chale Hain Sasuraal”(1966) was directed by Dharam Kumar for Krishnadeep Productions, Bombay. This B movie had Helen and Chandrashekhar in lead roles. The movie also had Bhagwaan, Meenakshi, Madhumati, Sherry, Sunder, Tuntun, Aruna Irani, Mirza Musahrraf, Sheikh, Polson, Indira Bansal, Dilip Dutt, Jerry, Jilaani, Thakur, Anwari, Raj Deewan, Maqbool, Bimla Kashmiri, RN Nambiar etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. One song from the movie has been covered in the past (distant past viz 2012).

Here is the second song from the movie to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Rafi and Manna Dey. The light hearted lyrics are penned by Qamar Jalalabadi. Music is composed by C Arjun.

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


Song-Qismat ka khel dekho kahaan hamen laayi (Chale Hain Sasuraal)(1966) Singers-Rafi, Manna Dey, Lyrics-Qamar Jalalabadi, MD-C Arjun
Both

Lyrics

qismat ka khel dekho kahaan hamen laayi
baithe bithaaye bhaiya kaisi shaamat aayi
ham to maare gaye maare gaye maare gaye
ham to maare gaye maare gaye maare gaye

koi naseeb waala jaaye sasuraal jee
koi naseeb waala aa
koi naseeb waala jaaye sasuraal jee
waapas wo ghar ko laute hoke maalaamaal jee
waapas wo ghar ko laute hoke maalaamaal jee
kaise hain ham deewaane
aaye hain paagal khaane

naani ki chhod bhaiya naani yaad aayi
baithe bithaaye bhaiya kaisi shaamat aayi
o ham to maare gaye maare gaye maare gaye
ham to maare gaye maare gaye maare gaye

ek se ek yahaan dekho banda khaas hai
ek se ek yahaan
ek se ek yahaan dekho banda khaas hai
koi hai mughle-e-aajam koi devdas hai
koi hai mughle-e-aajam koi devdas hai
baalam aaye base more man mein
baalam
koi hai taan leta
koi farmaan deta

takht na taaj phir bhi karen badshaahi
baithe bithaye bhaiya kaisi shaamat aai
o ham to maare gaye maare gaye maare gaye
ham to maare gaye maare gaye maare gaye

sheron ki takkar hai ji
kushti ka ye ring hai
sheron ki takkar hai ji
sheron ki takkar hai ji
kushti ka ye ring hai
koi king kong yahaan koi dara singh hai
koi king kong yahaan koi dara singh hai
kushti ki chaal dekho
in ka kamaal dekho

dekhi na hogi aisi haathon ki safaai
baithe bithaaye bhaiya kaisi shaamat aayi
ham to maare gaye maare gaye maare gaye
ham to maare gaye maare gaye maare gaye

kahaan pe aake yaaron phanse hain ghareeb jee
kahaan pe aake yaaron
kahaan pe aake yaaron phanse hain ghareeb jee
kaise yahaan se bhaagen socho ye tarkeeb jee
kaise yahaan se bhaagen socho ye tarkeeb jee
rishwat chadhaa ke dekho
maska lagaa ke dekho

jaan bacha ke aji bhaago mere bhai
baithe bithaaye bhaiya kaisi shaamat aayi
o ham to maare gaye maare gaye maare gaye
ham to maare gaye maare gaye maare gaye
he he he he he


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Blog Day : 3815 Post No. : 14813

“Afsaana” (1966) was a Devi Movietones presentation. It was produced by Dilip Mukherji and directed by Brij Sadanah. The movie had Ashok Kumar, Padmini, Pradeep Kumar, Jagdeep, Helen,Anwar Hussain, Tuntun JeevanKala, Master Khaliq, Jillani, Amrit Rana, Amar,Ted Lyons and His Cubs etc in it.

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

Here is the third song from “Afsaana” (1966) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Lata. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Chitragupta.

The song is picturised on Padmini who is shows lip syncing this joyous song while driving a car and going through roads that appear quite empty. we are talking of 1966 when Indian roads indeed were empty with very few people owing cars. Even owning two wheelers was considered a sign of luxury and privilege those days.

One may enjoy the picturisation, but one is not advised to handle the steering wheel like Padmini ! She is shown grabbing the steeling wheel with one hand, and she keeps rotating the steering wheel even on straight road. 🙂 If ladies get inspired to drive watching Padmini them most pedestrians will run for cover, that is for sure. 🙂

The car is also shown going through a bridge over a river. This portion of the scene somehow reminded myself of Bogibeel bridge, India’s longest rail cum road bridge over the mighty Brahmputra river that was inaugurated recently (on 25 december 2018). I would dearly love to talk about that bridge in one of my future writeups. For now, let us enjoy this road song from “Afsaana” (1966)

Video (Partial)

Audio (Full)

Song-Jaise kahin lehra ke pawan chanchal nikle(Afsaana)(1966) Singer-Lata, Lata, Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Chitragupta

Lyrics

aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa

jaise kahin lehraa ke pawan chanchal nikle
jaise kahin lahraa ke pawan chanchal nikle
tod ke har zanjeer sitam hum chal nikle

bin jaane bin dekhe
kise humraahi keh dete
bin jaane bin dekhe
kise humraahi keh dete
duniya ko thukraa ke
hum khenche huye aanchal nikle
jaise kahin lehraa ke pawan chanchal nikle
tod ke har zanjeer sitam hum chal nikle

aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
wahaan koi nahin apna
peechhe mud kar kya takna
wahaan koi nahin apna
peechhe mud kar kya takna
chalte hi rahne ki
jab baandh ke hum paayal nikle
jaise kahin lehraa ke pawan chanchal nikle
tod ke har zanjeer sitam hum chal nikle

aayegi kabhi ae dil teri manchaahi koi manzil
aayegi kabhi ae dil teri manchaahi koi manzil
hum bhi to isi dhun mein
aankhon mein bhare kaajal nikle
jaise kahi lehrake pawan chanchal nikle
tod kar har zanjeer sitam hum chal nikle


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Blog Day : 3804 Post No. : 14798

“Akalmand”(1966) was directed by Roop K Shorey for Mukul Pictures, Bombay. This “social” movie had Kishore Kumar, I S Johar, Sonia Sahni, Praveen Chaudhary, Kamal Kapoor, Raj Kishore, V Gopal, Majnoon, Jeewankala, Madhu Malti, Wazeer Mohammad Khan, Kumar, Tuntun, Hari Shivdasani, Pratima Devi, Khursheed, Kaajal, Rajinder Singh, S K Khosla, Ram Kamlani, etc in it.

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

Here is the seventh song from “Akalmand”(1966) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Usha Mangeshkar. Aziz Kashmiri is the lyricist. Music is composed by O P Nayyar.

Only the audio of the song is available as far as I can tell. From the sounds of it, the song appears to be a synchronised dance song. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Baalmaa saajna duniya bhula di tere pyaar ne (Akalmand)(1966) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Usha Mangeshkar, Lyrics-Aziz Kashmiri, MD-O P Nayyar

Lyrics

baalma
saajna aa
baalma
saajna aa
duniya bhula di tere pyaar ne
tere pyaar ne
tere pyaar ne
baalma
saajna aa
baalma
saajna aa
duniya bhula di tere pyaar ne
tere pyaar ne
tere pyaar ne baalma aa

dekha pehli baar tumhen
haay kya nazaara thha
dekha pehli baar tumhen
haay kya nazaara thha
kis tarah bataayen tumhen
haal jo hamaara thha aa
kis tarah bataayen tumhen
haal jo hamaara thha
loota hain dil ye bekraar ne
bekaraar ne
bekraar ne
baalma
saajna aa
baalma
saajna aa
duniya bhula di tere pyaar ne
tere pyaar ne
tere pyaar ne
baalma aa

ho jo mere bas mein to
motiyon mein taul doon
ho jo mere bas mein to
motiyon mein taul doon
pyaar hai kisi se tumhen
bhed saara khol doon
pyaar hai kisi se tumhen
bhed saara khol doon
thhaani hai kya dil mein sarkaar ne
sarkaar ne
sarkaar ne
baalma
saajna aa
baalma
saajna aa
duniya bhula di tere pyaar ne
tere pyaar ne
tere pyaar ne
baalma
saajna aa
baalma
saajna aa
duniya bhula di tere pyaar ne
tere pyaar ne
tere pyaar ne baalma


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