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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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3772 Post No. : 14748 Movie Count :

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Missing Films of 1960s – 84
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Another very obscure and unfamiliar film; and another wonderful set of songs that probably have not seen the light of the day. The experience keeps reiterating itself.

The film is ‘Takht Aur Talwar’ from 1970. And the song – an exuberant challenge, rendered by Suman Kalyanpur.  The production company is titled as Kanchanganga Films, Bombay. And practically no other information available, as far as the producer, director and the star cast is concerned.

Five songs are listed for this film, with indication that there may be more. The music director is Avinash Vyas. Of the five songs listed, three are solo songs sung by Suman Kalyanpur and one is a solo by Asha Bhosle. The fifth song is a qawwaali in the voice of Krishna Kalle and Mahendra Kapoor. The qawwaali does not have a gramophone record no. listed, and so possibly it is still in the untraceable domain. The rest of the four songs are very much available. I present today, one of the solos by Suman Kalyanpur.

There are two songwriters listed for this film – Madan Bharti and Shamim Jaipuri, both having penned two songs each. This song is from the pen of Madan Bharti.

The four solo songs are very much available on the YT, however sometimes difficult to search and locate. I think there is an engineered deficiency in the search routines on YouTube. It has been my experience on multiple occasions, that even when you put in the exact matching words in the search box, the correct song is not returned. I have a feeling that YT’s search routines are designed to bring more of your patterns of earlier searches, and possibly paid upload items that crowd the top of the list. The song is very much existing in the system, but still that name simply does not come up in search results. Recently, another friend on the YT showed me a better way to reach such obscure songs. She suggested going to the hindigeetmala.net web site, and to call for the list of songs for the film. All songs of the film get listed. And if the song’s audio or video clip is available on the YT, then a special icon appears next to the song. We can then reach the YT address of that song, by clicking on this special icon. In recent past, I have resorted to this method. If the song is posted on YT, then going via the hindigeetmala.net is a much better method to locate the song.

And so, ‘Takht Aur Talwar’ from 1970, makes its debut on our blog today. Notching up the 84th episode, seems like we are well settled to score a century on this series. Coming up shortly – 🙂 . Meanwhile enjoy this solo by Suman Kalyanpur.

 

Song – Mere Saamne Na Aana  (Takht Aur Talwar) (1970) Singer – Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics – Madan Bharti, MD – Avinash Vyas

Lyrics

mere saamne na aana
mere saamne na aana
rehna door door
varna takra ke ho jaaoge choor choor

hastiyaan laakhon ki mitti me mila di hum ne
hastiyaan laakhon ki mitti me mila di hum ne
hosh me aaya nahin jis ko pila di hum ne
hosh me aaya nahin jis ko pila di hum ne
aaaaaa aaaaaaaa aaaaaa
aaaaaa aaaa aaaa aaa
main to qayaamat jaisi hoor hoor hoor
mere saamne na aana
mere saamne na aana
rehna door door
varna takra ke ho jaaoge choor choor
mere saamne na aana

waar nazron ka agar dil ke paar ho jaaye
waar nazron ka agar dil ke paar ho jaaye
shikaar karne waala khud shikaar ho jaaye
shikaar karne waala khud shikaar ho jaaye
aaaaaa aaaaaaaa aaaaaa
aaaaaa aaaa aaaa aaa
kehti hai duniya mujhe noor noor noor
mere saamne na aana
mere saamne na aana
rehna door door
varna takra ke ho jaaoge choor choor
mere saamne na aana

meri mehfil mein jo aaye na sambhalne paaye
meri mehfil mein jo aaye na sambhalne paaye
meri zulfon me ulajh ke na nikalne paaye
meri zulfon me ulajh ke na nikalne paaye
aaaaaa aaaaaaaa aaaaaa
aaaaaa aaaa aaaa aaa
kis ki majaal dekhe ghoor ghoor ghoor
mere saamne na aana
mere saamne na aana
rehna door door
varna takra ke ho jaaoge choor choor
mere saamne na aana

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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मेरे सामने ना आना
मेरे सामने ना आना
रहना दूर दूर
वरना टकरा के हो जाओगे चूर चूर चूर

हस्तियाँ लाखों की मिट्टी में मिला दीं हमने
हस्तियाँ लाखों की मिट्टी में मिला दीं हमने
होश में आया नहीं जिसको पीला दी हमने
होश में आया नहीं जिसको पीला दी हमने
आsssss आssssss आsssss
आsssss आsss आsss आss
मैं तो क़यामत जैसी हूर हूर हूर
मेरे सामने ना आना
मेरे सामने ना आना
रहना दूर दूर
वरना टकरा के हो जाओगे चूर चूर चूर
मेरे सामने ना आना

वार नज़रों का अगर दिल के पार हो जाए
वार नज़रों का अगर दिल के पार हो जाए
शिकार करने वाला खुद शिकार हो जाये
शिकार करने वाला खुद शिकार हो जाये
आsssss आssssss आsssss
आsssss आsss आsss आss
कहती है दुनिया मुझे नूर नूर नूर
मेरे सामने ना आना
मेरे सामने ना आना
रहना दूर दूर
वरना टकरा के हो जाओगे चूर चूर चूर
मेरे सामने ना आना

मेरी महफिल में जो आए ना संभलने पाये
मेरी महफिल में जो आए ना संभलने पाये
मेरी ज़ुल्फों में उलझ के ना निकलने पाये
मेरी ज़ुल्फों में उलझ के ना निकलने पाये
आsssss आssssss आsssss
आsssss आsss आsss आss
किसी की मजाल देखे घूर घूर घूर
मेरे सामने ना आना
मेरे सामने ना आना
रहना दूर दूर
वरना टकरा के हो जाओगे चूर चूर चूर
मेरे सामने ना आना

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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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3756 Post No. : 14723 Movie Count :

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Missing Films of 1960s – 83
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A delectable discovery, this wonderful duet of Asha ji and Usha ji. And one more film of the 1960s gets added to our blog today.

‘Tarzan 303’ – I was not even aware of this film before I started working on this series. And even now, no information is available, except what is there in the Geet Kosh. Indian film producers have a set fascination for the theme of Tarzan. From 1931 to 1980, no less than 15 films have been produced which contain ‘Tarzan’ in their title. And there probably are some more after 1980 also.

The film being introduced today is a production from the banner of Bhanu Films, Bombay and is directed by Chandrakant. There are four songs listed for this film. All songs are from the pen of Prem Dhawan, and the music composition is by Harish Dhawan. No information about this music director is forthcoming. As per Geet Kosh, this seems to be the only film for which he has composed the music. I do not know if he is in any way connected with Prem Dhawan. I would request our more knowledgeable readers and friends to please add more information about this unknown music director, as well as about this film.

The cast of actors is listed as Master Chandgiram, Shabnam, K N Singh, Tiwari, Azad, Renu, Johnny Whisky, Bhupendra, Lata Arora, Ravi Singh, Dilip Dutt, Rani Malini, Rajni, Uttam Kumar, V K Verma, Hameed, Khalid, Ramlal Pehalwan, Sato Pehalwan, Rambabu Pehalwan, R Chandra, Ridku, Rizvi, Ramchandra, and Shakeela Bano Bhopali. Quite a standard fare, as expected for a stunt film in the 1960s. Master Chandgi Ram is the name that stands out as a new name. I have presented his brief biosketch in my earlier post from this series itself, when I presented the song “Neele Ambar Se Tumhaare Liye Aayi” of the film ‘Veer Gatotkach’ (1970). Apparently he has appeared only in three films on record, the third one being ‘Maha Shivratri’ from 1972.

The song presented today is a delightful duet sung by Asha Bhosle and Usha Mangeshkar. Quite a quick paced rendition for what seems to be a twin dance song on the screen. Listen and enjoy.

 

Song – Haaye Haaye Tera Jawaab Kahaan  (Tarzan 303) (1970) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Usha Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Prem Dhawan, MD – Harish Dhawan
Asha Bhosle + Usha Mangeshkar

Lyrics

haaye haaye tera jawaab kahaan
aisa shabaab kahaan
tauba ye jalwa tera
haaye haaye main mar gai
tauba ye jalwa tera
haaye haaye tera jawaab kahaan
aisa shabaab kahaan
tauba ye jalwa tera
haaye haaye main mar gai
tauba ye jalwa tera

neend aati nahin hai sanam
hamen to ab raaton mein
neend aati nahin hai sanam
hamen to ab raaton mein
baithe rehte hain hum raat bhar
ye dil liye haathon mein
kabhi to dekho idhar
meri jaan bas ik nazar
chaahne waale tere hain hum dilruba
haaye haaye tera jawaab kahaan
aisa shabaab kahaan
tauba ye jalwa tera
haaye haaye main mar gai
tauba ye jalwa tera

sab pe aate jawaani ki din
magar yun na aate hain
sab pe aate jawaani ki din
magar yun na aate hain
dekh le tujhko jo ek jhalak
nazar na hataate hain
jawaani chadhti rahe
khumaari badhti rahe
deten hain ye duaaen tujhe hum sada
haaye haaye tera jawaab kahaan
aisa shabaab kahaan
tauba ye jalwa tera
haaye haaye main mar gai
tauba ye jalwa tera

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हाए हाए तेरा जवाब कहाँ
ऐसा शबाब कहाँ
तौबा ये जलवा तेरा
हाए हाए मैं मर गई
तौबा ये जलवा तेरा
हाए हाए तेरा जवाब कहाँ
ऐसा शबाब कहाँ
तौबा ये जलवा तेरा
हाए हाए मैं मर गई
तौबा ये जलवा तेरा

नींद आती नहीं है सनम
हमें तो अब रातों में
नींद आती नहीं है सनम
हमें तो अब रातों में
बैठे रहते हैं हम रात भर
ये दिल लिए हाथों में
कभी तो देखो इधर
मेरी जान बस इक नज़र
चाहने वाले तेरे हैं हम दिलरुबा
हाए हाए तेरा जवाब कहाँ
ऐसा शबाब कहाँ
तौबा ये जलवा तेरा
हाए हाए मैं मर गई
तौबा ये जलवा तेरा

सब पे आते जवानी के दिन
मगर यूं ना आते हैं
सब पे आते जवानी के दिन
मगर यूं ना आते हैं
देख ले तुझको जो एक झलक
नज़र ना हटाते हैं
जवानी चढ़ती रहे
खुमारी बढ़ती रहे
देतें हैं ये दुआएं तुझे हम सदा
हाए हाए तेरा जवाब कहाँ
ऐसा शबाब कहाँ
तौबा ये जलवा तेरा
हाए हाए मैं मर गई
तौबा ये जलवा तेरा


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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3742 Post No. : 14698 Movie Count :

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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


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 – 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.

Blog Day :

3738 Post No. : 14691 Movie Count :

4015

Missing Films of 1960s – 80
– – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

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 Raja, 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 : 3653 Post No. : 14509

ASAD 10th Anniversary Celebrations – 15
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It has been a while since my last post here – and I have no excuses for this. I will not cite “been busy” as an excuse, because, if I’m honest, I could certainly have found time for a post. If anything, the only reason for not posting is my sheer laziness. And laziness is never, and should never be, an acceptable excuse. So, no excuses. Mea culpa.

One thing though. While I might not be posting frequently, this blog is never far from my heart. It might not be apparent from my recent (non-existent) interactions but this is fact. Whether I post here or not, this blog is very special to me. After all, I have been involved with it from day one. So I request everyone to please excuse my prolonged absence. (Some might consider it not such a bad thing. 🙂 )

Anyway, let me get to the point now. I am not the story here – something else is. Something much bigger than me and my mundane blabbering. Yes, this post is part of a series that marks a very special occasion for this blog. An occasion that speaks to an achievement so momentous, so mind-boggling that it calls for a “lifetime achievement award” for the creator of the blog.

This blog, our beloved blog, completes TEN years today – the first post here appeared on 19th July 2008.

I know I will never be able to do justice to the emotions I am experiencing right now. Words just cannot fully express these feelings. But I’ll try to share some of my thoughts on this occasion. They will be rambling, as usual – but I hope that’s ok.

TEN years. In the history of civilizations, TEN years is nothing. Even in inter-stellar references, depending on context, TEN years is nothing.

But in the world of blogging, TEN years of continuous blogging is HUGE. Mind-blowingly awe-inspiringly HUGE. Or, to use a very common American term, AWESOME. The operative word here is “continuous”. Most blogs out here (and there are countless numbers) are started with great enthusiasm. It doesn’t matter what the blog is about – but, much like exercise, the enthusiasm sees a dramatic drop over time. This could be days, weeks, or, for the more dogged, months. The blog marathoners might just push it into a few years, but there is usually a visible decline in tempo – much like a vehicle that has run its mileage, but is being started everyday just so it doesn’t come to a complete halt. Thus you see a post surface on the blog after months – as if to signal the blog (and the writer) is still alive.

I am not exaggerating. Yours truly also has a potpourri-like blog  – started many years ago with considerable enthusiasm. The live update on the situation is that I can’t even remember when I last posted anything on the blog. Must be a few months at least, if not more. And I am in pretty good company. Thousands of blogs suffer this fate.

That is where this Atul-song-a-day blog, so beloved to us, stands out. Separate from all the other blogs out there. It is one thing to clock ten years. There must be plenty of blogs created before 19th July 2008 and still active. But I wonder how many of those have posts almost EVERY SINGLE DAY day since then. And if they do, I am almost sure they must be commercial blogs, run for profit. By probably an army of people dedicated to the job. In comparison, here it is very different.

We have Atul – who started this blog purely as a labour of love. To this day, even ten years later, it remains that. Yes, he’s helped by Sudhir ji now (and that’s a huge help!) but it’s still one hell of an ask to keep posting every single day. But they do it – Atul and Sudhir ji. The rest of us, Atulites, enjoy the blog, discuss songs, write posts at times (cough, cough!) – but it is basically run by Atul and Sudhir ji.

The most amazing thing about this is that they are both very busy people otherwise – so they have plenty to do, even apart from taking care of this blog. And like I’ve said many times before, every post involves a certain degree of effort. There’s no compromise on quality, so it’s not just a hurried hashed job for the sake of posting something. No compromise on accuracy, whether in the lyrics or in the post itself. If it means needing to listen to a song umpteen times (and Atul has done that), so be it! And apart from the post, there are the other features – the analysis, statistics. All of this demands time too. And besides what we see, they are always working on something in the background.

And oh, I forgot to mention, there’s always the risk of infrastructure failing – whether a power failure, or internet connectivity issue. Over these ten years Atul has been posted in multiple towns – each with its infrastructure challenges. When I consider all this, I can only say that it takes a very special level of love and dedication to HFM to be able to achieve so much, with all constraints and demands on their time.

I would also like to compliment and congratulate not just Atul and Sudhir ji, but everyone who has been part of this wonderful journey, in any capacity. There have been many – some stalwarts too (I shall not take names, we all know who they are 🙂 ) – who have contributed to this blog immensely.

Thanks to this blog, we have all come together, from all over the world, from diverse backgrounds – but with music as our common love and bonding factor. Without this blog, that would not have happened.

Of course, on such an occasion, it is normal to also reflect on the journey. My mind goes back to that first song , posted on 19th July 2008. “Miley Na Phool To Kaanton Se Dosti Kar Li” – Rafi Saab’s divine voice, meaningful lyrics by Kaifi Azmi, composition by Roshan. This song started the journey.

My comment appears on 21st July – so two days later. That is because I got to know about the blog only then. Atul and I were part of this cricket forum – both of us share this interest too, apart from music. Although the forum was primarily meant for cricket discussion, we would discuss a lot of other stuff too – mostly fun stuff. Given our interest, we naturally discussed songs too.

Atul and I (and a few others) would post songs on the forum every now and then. Atul had a thread ‘train songs’, I had a thread ‘songs that inspire me’ and so on.

Around this time Atul started a blog to discuss some of his experiences – I remember him blogging about Binaca Geet Mala, and the famous Jaimala programme of Vividh Bharati. Then one fine day, Atul announced on the cricket forum that he had started a new blog for songs. This announcement was on 21st July 2008 – I promptly visited the blog. Read the post, listened to the song – and left a comment. Shalini, another friend on the forum, also was one of the earliest visitors and commenters on the blog.

At that time, the intention was only one song a day. Which explains the blog name.

But of course, with one song a day, you would not get very far even in ten years. And our thirst wouldn’t get quenched. 🙂

In those early days, I used to give Atul a lot of farmaishes. He was obviously posting songs of his liking – I liked them too, but I had so many other songs that I wanted to see on the blog. So I used to send him requests – lists of 10 songs at a time. Not necessarily very famous songs – I remember even giving a farmaish for “Paape Na Sharma” (film ‘Sagaai’, 1966) – a song I distinctly remember from my childhood.

Around that time, Lalitha also joined in. She was a regular commenter – and would give her farmaishes too. For a while, I felt less guilty – I wasn’t the only one making demands on Atul. Poor Atul! He had started with the intention of posting one song of his choice every day. And here he was, trying to cater to long lists of farmaishes – many probably not even songs of his choice. Yet, he didn’t complain (“Aah Bhi Nikle To Ye Pyaar Ki Rusvaai Hai” ?). He tried gamely to post them all – and possibly realized that at one song a day, it wasn’t going to be feasible.

After a while (I don’t know when – Atul would know the exact dates), he switched to multiple songs a day. That was a big boost for thirsty people like me. 🙂  He kept making improvements to the blog. One feature after another. Statistics. Anniversary page. At that time it was totally a one-man show. He somehow managed to keep posting everyday. The write-up was entirely his at the time.

Then, one day, he asked me if I would do a write-up. I was a bit nervous – but said ok. That was the start for me – this is my 201st post. In these 200 posts, I’ve had the opportunity to pay tribute to several artistes on their birth/death anniversaries or blog landmark occasions – all thanks to Atul.

The blog itself now covers 14500+ songs – I would say it is the richest, most composite, repository of HFM on the internet, especially if you consider that it includes many obscure songs, and is a package of lyrics, video/audio AND a write-up for every single song posted. In any case, we are not in competition with anyone – like I’ve said before, this is a labour of love. We keep building the repository – and the process itself is an enjoyable one. For me personally, this blog has enriched my knowledge of HFM SO much I cannot begin to explain in words. I have discovered SO many gems only through this blog.

And oh, the knowledge of Atulites here! I feel SO humbled. I know nothing, and am happy to learn more from our inhouse encyclopaedia, Arunji. Or Sadanandji, whose knowledge is also immense. And others too. The important thing I realize is that I will not get this information anywhere else on the internet – it is in their heads, often coming from a book or an interview or article ages ago. The internet is not as complete (or even as accurate) a source as many think. We need to keep adding new (accurate) content to it.

And this blog is doing a great job in this respect. Even the comments section are a treasure house of trivia and rare information. For example, when Arunji discusses a song from a film, he doesn’t talk only about the film. He talks about the circumstances in which the film was made, the times, the background of the artistes, director, producer and so on. That gives a very different, and much-enriched, perspective of the film. And this, I feel, is something very special on this blog. It is not merely a song video/audio/lyrics effort. There’s a story behind it that brings the song and film seemingly to life.

And I just love those stories. 🙂

Apart from the blog itself, there is the ecosystem that has got created around it. All the people who came together because of the blog but are now good friends, part of whatsapp group and so on. Some of us have met each other too. Music bonds anyway – and this blog has taken the bonding to a different level. And being part of this journey from day one has been an absolute privilege for me. I have enjoyed it thoroughly and cherish every moment.

Talking of the journey brings me to the song for this post. This is from Jawaab (1970). The lyrics have been provided to me by Avinash ji. When I told him I was planning to do a write-up on this song, he immediately offered to provide me with the lyrics – in English and Devanagari. He is so passionate about this blog, and so helpful – thank you SO much, Avinash ji.

I have picked this song for two main reasons. First, I wanted a fun song to reflect a fun occasion. Secondly, and probably more importantly, some of the lyrics completely resonate with me.

zindagi wo kya
na pyaar jis mein ho
saath agar ho saathi dil ka
mazaa safar mein hai

How absolutely true! What is life without love in it? And indeed, the journey of life is made enjoyable, thanks to the presence of friends on this journey. Otherwise it would be a lonely journey.

The same is totally true of this blog. The journey, now of ten years, has been made thoroughly enjoyable, certainly for me, thanks to the presence of friends on this journey.

And

baant na lein kyon aapas mein
jo dard jigar mein hai

Also true. We share good and bad times, as we go through this journey. So I felt this song suits this occasion very well.

As for the picturisation, I quite like the zany dancing of, then Jumping Jack, Jeetendra. Even by his crazy standards, some of the moves here are of a different level. Leena Chandavarkar too, probably trying not to be outdone, comes up with some moves of her own. All in all, a totally fun song which I am sure most people will enjoy.

Thanks for reading this post – and once again, congratulations to everyone who has been a part of this journey.

mazaa safar mein hai

Yes, indeed. 🙂

Song – Zindagi Wo Kya Na Pyaar Jis Mein Ho (Jawaab) (1970) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Rajendra Krishan, MD – Laxmikant Pyaarelal
Mohammed Rafi + Lata Mangeshkar

Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

zindagi wo kyaa
na pyaar jismen ho
saath agar ho saathi dil ka
mazaa safar mein hai

zindagi wo kyaa
na pyaar jismen ho
saath agar ho saathi dil ka
mazaa safar mein hai
akele tum ho
akele ham hai
akele tum ho
akele ham hai
saath agar ho saathi dil ka
mazaa safar mein hai

zindagi wo kyaa
na pyaar jismen ho
saath agar ho saathi dil ka
mazaa safar mein hai
akele tum ho
akele ham hai
saath agar ho saathi dil ka
mazaa safar mein hai

ho jaa ho jaa aye dil
kisika ho jaa aa
kisika ho jaa aa
jahaan bhi dekhen aankh ki masti
kho jaa aa
naadaan kho jaa aa
hai pyaar ki fursat kitni
bas raat jawaan hai jitni
o ho ho ho o o o
akele tum ho
akele tum ho
akele ham hai
akele ham hai
baant na le kyun aapas mein
jo dard jigar mein hai
zindagi wo kyaa
na pyaar jismen ho
saath agar ho saathi dil ka
mazaa safar mein hai

sehmi sehmi kyun hai dhadkan dil ki
main naa jaanoon
pad na gayi ho aankh kisi qaatil ki
main naa jaanoon
jab chal jaata hai jadoo
phir dil par kaisaa kaaboo
o ho ho ho o o o
akele tum ho
akele tum ho
akele ham hai
akele ham hai
hothon par bhi le aao
jo baat nazar mein hai

zindagi wo kyaa
na pyaar jismen ho
saath agar ho saathi dil ka
mazaa safar mein hai
akele tum ho
akele tum ho
akele ham hai
akele ham hai
akele ham hai
akele tum ho
akele ham hai

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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ज़िंदगी वो क्या
न प्यार जिसमें हो
साथ अगर हो साथी दिल का
मज़ा सफ़र में हैं

ज़िंदगी वो क्या
न प्यार जिसमें हो
साथ अगर हो साथी दिल का
मज़ा सफ़र में हैं
अकेले तुम हो
अकेले हम है
अकेले तुम हो
अकेले हम है
साथ अगर हो साथी दिल का
मज़ा सफ़र में हैं

ज़िंदगी वो क्या
न प्यार जिसमें हो
साथ अगर हो साथी दिल का
मज़ा सफ़र में हैं
अकेले तुम हो 
अकेले हम है
साथ अगर हो साथी दिल का
मज़ा सफ़र में हैं

हो जा हो जा अय दिल
किसी का हो जा आ
किसी का हो जा आ
जहां भी देखें आँख कि मस्ती
खो जा आ
नादान खो जा आ
है प्यार कि फुर्सत कितनी
बस रात जवान है जितनी
हो हो हो हो ओ ओ ओ
अकेले तुम हो
अकेले तुम हो
अकेले हम है
अकेले हम है
बाँट न ले क्यूँ आपस में
जो दर्द जिगर में है
ज़िंदगी वो क्या
न प्यार जिसमें हो
साथ अगर हो साथी दिल का
मज़ा सफ़र में हैं

सहमी सहमी क्यूँ है धड़कन दिल कि
मैं ना जानूं
पड़ न गयी हो आँख किसी कातिल कि
मैं ना जानूं
जब चल जाता है जादू
फिर दिल पर कैसा काबू
हो हो हो हो ओ ओ ओ
अकेले तुम हो
अकेले तुम हो
अकेले हम है
अकेले हम है
होठों पर भी ले आओ
जो बात नज़र में है

ज़िंदगी वो क्या
न प्यार जिसमें हो
साथ अगर हो साथी दिल का
मज़ा सफ़र में हैं
अकेले तुम हो
अकेले तुम हो
अकेले हम है
अकेले हम है
अकेले तुम हो
अकेले तुम हो
अकेले हम है
अकेले हम है


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Blog Day : 3561 Post No. : 14282

“Insaan Aur Shaitaan”(1970) was directed by Aspi Irani for Super Pictures, Bombay. Though described as a “social” movie, it was a suspense movie. The movie had Sanjeev Kumar, Faryal, Sheikh Mukhtar, Aruna Irani, Madhumati, Jaageerdaar, Ifthikar, Heeralal, Shetty, Sheikh, Praveen Pal, Chaman Puri etc in it.

The movie had four songs in it. Three songs have been covered in the past. Here are the details of these three songs :-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Chalte chalo chalta huaa saahil hai zindagi 4871 23-Oct-11
Ham ne jo tumko salaam kiya 6942 3-Nov-12
Koi aaye baahon mein le le 14277 17-Apr-18

Here is the fourth and final song from “Insaan Aur Shaitaan”(1970) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Lyricist of this song is not known. Music is composed by Usha Khanna.

Asha Bhonsle sang three out of four songs in the movie. All these three songs were picturised as cabarat dance songs, but on three different actresses. This song under discussion is picturised on Madhumati. One can also see Sanjeev Kumar, Shetty, Faryal etc in the picturisation.

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


Teri ada aa haa haa (Insaan Aur Shaitaan)(1970) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics – Indeewar, MD-Usha Khanna

Lyrics

teri ada aa haa haa
meri ada aa haa
donon miley to phir aaye maza
ishq tera aur husn mera
donon miley to phir aaye nasha
aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa

ek akela kuchh bhi nahin hai
donon se banti hai baat
raat se din hota hai suhaana
din se suhaani raat
geet tera aa haa haa
saaz mera aa haa haaa
donon miley to phir aaye maza
ishq tera aur husn mera
donon miley to phir aaye nasha
aa aa aa aa aa
ru ru ru aa aa

aankh miley ya sharaab miley
donon hai manzoor
soorat teri dekhte hi
aa jaata hai suroor
pyaas meri aa haa haa
jaam tera aa haa haa
donon miley to phir aaye maza
ishq tera aur husn mera
donon miley to phir aaye nasha
laar laar laalaa
laar laa laa aa

patthar ka tu dil rakhta hai
aankh teri angaara aa
laakh bura ho phir bhi mujhko
lagta hai tu pyaara aa
jaan meri aa aa
julm tera aa haa haa
donon miley to phir aaye maza
ishq tera aur husn mera
donon miley to phir aaye nasha
aa aa
aa aa aa
laarlaalalalaalaa
ru ru ru ru
aa aa aa aa


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Blog Day : 3560 Post No. : 14277

“Insaan Aur Shaitaan”(1970) was directed by Aspi Irani for Super Pictures, Bombay. Though described as a “social” movie, it was a suspense movie. The movie had Sanjeev Kumar, Faryal, Sheikh Mukhtar, Aruna Irani, Madhumati, Jaageerdaar, Ifthikar, Heeralal, Shetty, Sheikh, Praveen Pal, Chaman Puri etc in it.

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

Here is the third song from “Insaan Aur Shaitaan”(1970) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Asad Bhopali is the lyricist. Music is composed by Usha Khanna.

The song is picturised as a cabarat dance song on Aruna Irani. Sanjeev Kumar is also visible in the picturisation of the song.


Song-Koi aaye baahon mein le le (Insaan Aur Shaitaan)(1970) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Asad Bhopali, MD-Usha Khanna

Lyrics

koi aaye
baahon mein le le
humse sambhalti nahin ye jawaani akele
hum hain akele akele
koi aaye
baahon mein le le
humse sambhalti nahin ye jawaani akele
hum hain akele akele

jeevan ki raahon mein takraaye humse
haseen naujawaan hamsafar
koi na aaya jo humko bataaye
hai manzil hamaari kidhar
o o
aa aa
o o
jeevan ki raahon mein takraaye humse
haseen naujawaan hamsafar
koi na aaya jo humko bataaye
hai manzil hamaari kidhar
ae dil ye din
ja ke na phir aayenge ae ae
koi aaye
baahon mein le le
humse sambhalti nahin ye jawaani akele
hum hain akele akele

dil ke mahal mein abhi tak
nahin hai kisi hamnasheen ka gujar
kaise kate din bahaaron ke humse
ye raaten hon kaise basar
o o
aa aa
o o
dil ke mahal mein abhi tak
nahin hai kisi hamnasheen ka gujar
kaise kate din bahaaron ke humse
ye raaten hon kaise basar
ae dil ye din
ja ke na phir aayenge ae ae
koi aaye
baahon mein le le
humse sambhalti nahin ye jawaani akele
hum hain akele akele

palkon ki chaanv mein sapne sajaa ke
mohabbat ke armaan mere
sheeshe se naazuk jawaani ko apni
ham ab tak sambhaala kiye ae
o o
aa aa
o o
palkon ki chaanv mein sapne sajaa ke
mohabbat ke armaan mere
sheeshe se naazuk jawaani ko apni
ham ab tak sambhaala kiye
ae dil ye din
ja ke na phir aayenge ae ae
koi aaye
baahon mein le le
humse sambhalti nahin ye jawaani akele
hum hain akele akele
koi aaye
baahon mein le le
humse sambhalti nahin ye jawaani akele
hum hain akele akele


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Blog Day : 3559 Post No. : 14272

“Gunaah Aur Kaanoon” (1970) was produced by K L Baria and Johny Whisky and directed by B R Ishara for Varsha Films, Bombay. This “social”movie had Prithviraj Kapoor, Sanjeev Kumar, Jairaj, Asit Sen, Sailesh Kumar, Johny Whiskey, Tarun Bose, Mohan Choti, Kumkum etc in it.

This obscure movie had six obscure songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Gunaah Aur Kaanoon” (1970) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Rafi. Naqsh Llayalpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Sapan Jagmohan.

The song picturisation shows the hero (I guess he is Sailesh Kumar) lip syncing this teasing song to Kumkum. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify the lip syncer.

With this song, “Gunaah Aur Kaanoon” (1970) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Hans do to muhabbat ho tum (Gunaah Aur Kaanoon)(1970) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Naqsh Llayalpuri, MD-Sapan Jagmohan

Lyrics

hans do to mohabbat ho tum
o roothho to qayaamat ho tum
ba-khuda
khoob ho tum
ba-khuda
khoob ho tum
hans do to mohabbat ho tum
o roothho to qayaamat ho tum
ba-khuda
khoob ho tum
ba-khuda
khoob ho tum

jaane gulistaan tum ho hoye
husn e bahaara tum ho
lab ye khile to guncha guncha muskuraaye
har phool mehke
har tamanna jhoom jaaye
ba-khuda
khoob ho tum
ba-khuda
khoob ho tum

pyaar ki tum shabnam ho haaye
gaati huyi rimjhim ho o
khili chaandni ka
bheega bheega noor ho tum
khwaab e sahar se jaagi jaagi
hoor ho tum
ba-khuda
khoob ho tum
ba-khuda
khoob ho tum

shaam si udti zulfen ho hoy
jaam si jhukti palken
aankhon mein jaise chhalki chhalki
hai gulaabi
thhodi si peeke
ho gaya hoon main sharaabi
ba-khuda
khoob ho tum
ba-khuda
khoob ho tum
hans do to mohabbat ho tum
o roothho to qayaamat ho tum
ba-khuda
khoob ho tum
ba-khuda
khoob ho tum


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Blog Day : 3535 Post No. : 14200

Yesterday (22 march 2018), the blog was having a dot day till about 8 PM and then three articles were published just as the day was getting over, duly taking care of the “debutant” movie song as well as the YIPPEE movie for the day. Today (23 march 2018), we have had four songs discussed already, and that covers the “debutant” movie song as well as the YIPPEE movie.

But we are not done for the day. People have not noticed that we are onto another landmark. These days we mention the post number in the beginning of the post. The last article had its post number as 14199. So the next article has to be the net century post for the blog, viz post number 14200.

This century post occasion must be the most uneventful as well as the most underprepared century post. I was not sure about the song I was going to pick for the occasion till very late. I thought that I had chosen the song. But that song got changed in the afternoon. In the evening that song got changed again. This song, the 14200th song for the blog will appear at around 11 PM IST, after being finalised at about 8 PM ! In fact I discovered this song and heard it for the first time at 8 PM !

I had decided that this century post would cover a song penned by Kaifi Azmi. so the songs that I kept chosing and changing were all penned by Kaifi Azmi.

It was yesterday evening that I had decided on Kaifi Azmi as the artist to feature for the century song. So I began to research on the songs of Kaifi Azmi. I found, much to my surprise that the list of all songs penned by Kaifi Azmi is not available online, unlike the case for many other artists. Kaifi Azmi has an official site but I found that site a half hearted attempt and there I could not find what I was looking for.

So I spend my time from yesyterday evening till this evening compiling the list of all Kaifi Azmi songs that he has penned in HFM. I arrived at a figure of 351 songs from 88 movies. I was under the impression that Kaifi Azmi was on 199 in the blog and so I was hoping that this song would combine blog century will Kaifi Azmi’s 200th song in the blog. But I found that my earlier calcutaion was incorrect. Kaifi Azmi is on 189 and not quite 199. Nevertheless, now I have a fairly good idea about Kaifi Azmi’s output in Hindi movies.

I find that the music directors with whom Kaifi Azmi worked could be broadly categorised in two categories- First category was those who were lovers of urdu. Second category were those who did not have command over Hindi/ Urdu but they realised the value of a good lyricist.

In the first category, we have music directors like Madan Mohan, Ghulam Mohammad, Khayyam, Jaidev, A R Qureshy, Pt Lachchiram, O P Nayyar, Roshan etc etc. Kaifi Azmi worked with Madan Mohan in 14 movies, which is the highest number of movies for him with one music director. On the other end of the spectrum, he worked with Roshan and O P Nayyar in just one song each. The first song in the blog was sole Roshan composition that Kaifi Azmi penned. So this blog was starged with a rare song though it was not realised at that time. 🙂

The only O P Nayyar composition that was penned by Kaifi Azmi was the lilting title song of “Bahaaren Phir Bhi Aayengi” (1966).

The other category of music directors with whom Kaifi Azmi was associated in HFM were those who had poor command over Hindi/ Urdu. They were mostly Bangla speakers. But what compositions they created with Kaifi Azmi. This category of music directors include names like S D Burman, Hemant Kumar, Kamal Mitra, Bappi Lahiri, Aparesh Lahiri, Robin, Kanu Roy, Dilip Roy etc.

For this occasion, I have chosen a song that must be regarded as a rare song on many counts. This song is a rare song per se, in the sense that I had not heard this song till now, even though this song was composed in 1970, when I as a precocious music loving kid would listen to all HFM that would get played on Radio, loudspeakers etc.

This song can also be desribed as rare because it is a club song as well as a Helen dance song. One does not associate Kaifi Azmi with a Helen dance song, but this song is very much a Helen dance song.

Though the song has dance by Helen, she does not do any lip syncing. The song is a male solo song. It is sung by Mahendra Kapoor, regarded uncharitably as poor man’s Rafi by some. The song is lip synced as a party song in Shammi Kapoor style. No, it is lip synced neither by Shammi Kapoor nor by Vishwajeet, whom many people rather uncharitably regarded as poor man’s Shammi Kapoor. the song is lip synced by Chandrashekhar who could well be described as a poor man’s Vishwajeet. That would make him poor man’s poor man’s Shammi Kapoor. 🙂 The song does have such self effacing lines as

dekh ke mujhko munh pher lete hain sab
mera chehra gareebi ka hai ishtihaar

The picturisation also shows some well known villains in attendance. K N Singh and Jeewan are present on the occasion. Jeewan seems to have understood every word of this heavy duty lyrics, going by his facial expression. 🙂

I got to listen to the song a few times in the process of noting down of the lyrics. I found the song growingon me. It is that kind of song.

So here is this unsung song as the rather unnoticed 14200th song in the blog. This century took a sedate 26 days. Hopefully we will pick up speed in the coming days and weeks.

I take this opportunity to thank one and all for their continued support, good wishes and encouragement that keep fuelling this musical bandwagon. Let us hope that this bandwagon keep on rolling, like the mythical perpetual motion machine.


Song-Chaand bhi hai sitaare bhi hain bazm mein (Daghabaaz)(1970) Singer-Mahendra Kapoor, Lyrics-Kaifi Azmi, MD-Dilip Roy

Lyrics

chaand bhi hai sitaare bhi hain bazm mein
chaand bhi hai sitaare bhi hain bazm mein
jaane kya raaz hai kyun ujaala nahin
chhed di maine dil ki ye baaten kahaan
dil ki baaten koi sun’newaala nahin
chaand bhi hai sitaare bhi hain bazm mein

dekh ke mujhko munh pher lete hain sab
mera chehra gareebi ka hai ishtihaar
dekh ke mujhko munh pher lete hain sab
mera chehra gareebi ka hai ishtihaar
apne sar pe chita apni rakkhe huye
apne sar pe chita apni rakkhe huye
thokaren khaayin duniya ke aage hazaar
thokaren khaayin duniya ke aage hazaar
aur kisi ne bhi badhke sambhaala nahin
dil ki baaten koi sun’newaala nahin
chaand bhi hai sitaare bhi hain bazm mein

sar agar phodna hai to sar phod lo
saaya dhoondho na chaandi ki deewaar mein
sar agar phodna hai to sar phod lo
saaya dhoondho na chaandi ki deewaar mein
pyaar ka geet honthon tak aaya to thha
pyaar ka geet honthon tak aaya to thha
kho gaya aa ke sone ki jhankaar mein
kho gaya aa ke sone ki jhankaar mein
dard patthar ne seene mein paala nahin
dil ki baaten koi sun’newaala nahin
chaand bhi hai sitaare bhi hain bazm mein

raat dhalti rahi
jashn hota raha
raat dhalti rahi
jashn hota raha
log hanste rahe
koi rota raha
shukriya kis jubaan se ada keejiye
shukriya kis jubaan se ada keejiye
dil mein kaanta zamaana chubhota raha
dil mein kaanta zamaana chubhota raha
mujhko mahfil se lekin nikaala nahin
dil ki baaten koi sun’newaala nahin
chaand bhi hai sitaare bhi hain bazm mein
jaane kya raaz hai kyun ujaala nahin
chhed di maine dil ki ye baaten kahaan
dil ki baaten koi sun’newaala nahin
chaand bhi hai sitaare bhi hain bazm mein


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

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