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4442 Post No. : 15889

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No. 80
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15 september 2010, the day exactly ten years ago, saw the blog add its seven songs from seven movies. Here are the details:-

Song Movie title-Year Remarks
Muhabbat badhaa kar judaa ho gaye Daastaan-1950 All Songs covered
Daaman naa chhudaa yoon door na kar Lakeeren-1954 05 songs posted
Sare mehfil jo jalaa parwaanaa Shamaa Parwaanaa-1954 All Songs covered
Aa gaya mazaa pyaar ka nashaa Sarhad-1960 All Songs covered
Teri taqdeer ka sitaaraa kamaal hai Zabak-1961 All Songs covered
Aap yahaan aaye kis liye Kal Aaj Aur Kal-1971 3 songs posted
Ik raastaa hai zindagi Kaalaa Patthar-1979 All Songs covered

Five of these movies have been YIPPEED by now. That leaves us with “Lakeeren”(1954) and “Kal Aaj Aur Kal”(1972) as the two unYIPPEED movies whose songs are eligible for discussion today (15 september 2020) in our Blog Ten Year Challenge.

Now it is time to take up “Kal Aaj Aur Kal”(1971) as well.

“Kal Aaj Aur Kal”(1971) is a movie that had some extremely popular songs in it. The movie had six songs in it. Three of its most popular songs have been covered in the blog so far.
Here are the details of the three songs that have been covered so far:-

Song Posted On
Tik tik tik tik … Kal aaj aur kal 12.09.2015
Aap yahaan aaye kis liye 15.09.2010
Bhanware ki gunjan hai mera dil 15.04.2019

As blog Ten Year challenge exercise, here is a song from “Kal Aaj Aur Kal”(1971) today, just like we had a song from this movie exactly ten years ago. This song is sung by Sharda. Hasrat Jaipuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shankar Jaikishan.

Unlike the other three songs from the movie, which were extremely popular, the song under discussion is one that I had never heard before. HFGK mentions that this song was not includeed in the movie.

Lyrics of the song and other BTYC details were sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala.

I wonder if the song, even though it was excluded from the movie, was picturised. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on this matter.


Song-Kisi ke dil ko sanam le ke yoon nahin jaate (Kal Aaj Aur Kal)(1971) Singer-Sharda, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

kisi ke dil ko sanam
le ke yoon
nahin
nahin
nahin
jaaaate ae
kisi ke dil ko sanam
le ke yoon
nahin
nahin
nahin
jaaaate ae
huzoor aisaa sitam
karke yoon
nahin
nahin
nahin
jaaate ae
kisi ke dil ko sanam

khudaa ke waaste
kuchh der to zaraa aa thehro o o
khudaa ke waaste
kuchh der to zaraa aa thehro o o
qaraar loot ke
aur hans ke yoon
nahin
nahin
nahin
jaaate ae
huzoor aisaa sitam
karke ae yoon
nahin
nahin
nahin
jaaate ae
kisi ke dil ko sanam

jo jaa rahe ho
mujhe bhi to
saath le ke chalo o
jo jaa rahe ho
mujhe bhi to
saath le ae ke chalo o o
ke aanewaale yahaan aa ke
yoon
nahin
nahin
nahin
jaaate ae
huzoor aisaa sitam
karke ae yoon
nahin
nahin
nahin
jaaate ae
kisi ke dil ko sanam
le ke yoon
nahin
nahin
nahin
jaaate ae
kisi ke dil ko sanam

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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किसी के दिल को सनम
ले के यूं
नहीं
नहीं
नहीं
जाते ए
किसी के दिल को सनम
ले के यूं
नहीं
नहीं
नहीं
जाते ए
हुज़ूर ऐसा सितम
करके यूं
नहीं
नहीं
नहीं
जाते ए
किसी के दिल को सनम
खुदा के वास्ते
कुछ देर तो ज़रा आ ठहरो ओ ओ
खुदा के वास्ते
कुछ देर तो ज़रा आ ठहरो ओ ओ
करार लूट के
और हंस के यूं
नहीं
नहीं
नहीं
जाते ए
हुज़ूर ऐसा सितम
करके यूं
नहीं
नहीं
नहीं
जाते ए
किसी के दिल को सनम

जो जा रहे हो मुझे भी तो
साथ ले ए के चलो ओ
जो जा रहे हो मुझे भी तो
साथ ले ए के चलो ओ ओ
के आनेवाले यहाँ आ के
यूं
नहीं
नहीं
नहीं
जाते ए
हुज़ूर ऐसा सितम
करके यूं
नहीं
नहीं
नहीं
जाते ए
किसी के दिल को सनम


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 other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day :

4439 Post No. : 15882

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This Week, That Year – 2
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06Sep – 12Sep, 2010
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Blog ten year challenge (2010-2020)- Song Number 77
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If nothing else, then this week 10 years ago has to be characterized as the ‘Anmol Ghadi’ week. I am sure it was by design that every day of this week (actually six days of this week, barring the last day), the first song posted every morning is a song from the 1946 film ‘Anmol Ghadi’. This film has 12 songs listed in the Geet Kosh. As we entered this week ten years ago, five of these were already posted on the blog. That left seven. I am sure Atul ji took it upon himself to get the ‘Yippeee’ status for this film in a quick order, by posting one each of the remaining seven songs on each day of the week. And be done with it.

Well almost. Starting from 6th September in 2010, all the way through 11th September, Atul ji held true to his promise and posted the first song on these six days, that belonged to this iconic film. It almost sounds as if the ‘Atul-Song-a-Day’ blog was transformed into ‘Anmol-Ghadi-Song-a-Day’ for this week.

But then, we arrive at 12th September, the last song of this film which would have brought fame and recognition – well, it could not be posted. We have six posts on the day, but no ‘Anmol Ghadi’. I am keen to know from Atul ji, what happened that made him miss this target.

I had actually scanned through the posts for ‘Anmol Ghadi’ songs for that week. And I came to realize one thing. You see, the concept Yippeee had not yet been invented on this blog. And Atul ji was just going after this film, because of its music. As I checked the complete set of songs of this film on the blog, I find that the continuous posting thing had actually started on 4th September. On that day, Atul ji has simply written that this film has 12 songs, that three are already posted and that the film has wonderful music, so let us just bring it on board quickly. That was the simple thought behind continuously posting a song from this film, as the first song of the day, from 4th to 11th Sept. then the 12th date is missed. And the final song of the film gets duly posted on 13th.

And so, my eager anticipation awaits a response from Atul ji. “Why 12th was missed.’’

Here is the chart of posts for the week, ten years ago.

 

Blog Ten Year Challenge (2010-2020) Series
Sl. No. Movie Name Year HFGK NoS ASAD NoS Deb/Yip Milestone Film Status Pending
6-Sep-10
1 Anmol Ghadi 1946 12 12 Yippeee’d
2 Ghar Ghar Ki Baat 1959 7 7 D Yippeee’d
3 Dil Bhi Tera Hum Bhi Tere 1960 9 9 Yippeee’d
4 Milan 1967 7 7 Yippeee’d
5 Sharmilee 1971 7 7 Yippeee’d
6 Priyatmaa 1977 5 5 D Yippeee’d
7-Sep-10
1 Anmol Ghadi 1946 12 12 Yippeee’d
2 Dil e Naadaan 1953 9 9 Yippeee’d
3 Dekh Kabira Roya 1957 10 10 Yippeee’d
4 Bindiya 1960 7 7 D Yippeee’d
5 Reshmi Roomaal 1961 8 8 Yippeee’d
6 Khoon Pasina 1977 4 1 D Pending 3
8-Sep-10
1 Anmol Ghadi 1946 12 12 Yippeee’d
2 Mirza Ghalib 1954 11 12 Yippeee’d
3 Chaacha Zindabad 1959 8 8 Yippeee’d
4 Ghoonghat 1960 10 6 Pending 4
5 Woh Kaun Thi 1964 6 6 Yippeee’d
6 Chor Machaaye Shor 1974 6 6 Yippeee’d
9-Sep-10
1 Anmol Ghadi 1946 12 12 Yippeee’d
2 Anjaan 1956 8 8 Yippeee’d
3 Tumsa Nahin Dekha 1957 6 6 Yippeee’d
4 Mere Mehboob 1963 9 9 D Yippeee’d
5 Milan 1967 7 7 Yippeee’d
6 Free Love 1974 4 2 Pending 2
7 Bade Dil Waalaa 1983 5 3 D Pending 2
10-Sep-10
1 Anmol Ghadi 1946 12 12 Yippeee’d
2 Saajan 1947 8 8 D Yippeee’d
3 Baazaar 1949 16 16 D Yippeee’d
4 House No 44 1955 8 8 Yippeee’d
5 Girls` Hostel 1962 6 4 D Pending 2
6 Jawaani Deewaani 1972 6 6 Yippeee’d
11-Sep-10
1 Anmol Ghadi 1946 12 12 Yippeee’d
2 Naadaan 1951 8 8 D Yippeee’d
3 Aazaad 1955 9 9 Yippeee’d
4 Daal Mein Kaalaa 1964 8 3 D Pending 5
5 Paayal 1957 9 5 D Pending 4
6 Badnaam 1975 4 4 Yippeee’d
12-Sep-10
1 Raajhath 1956 11 11 Yippeee’d
2 Basant Bahaar 1956 9 9 Yippeee’d
3 Rangoli 1962 9 9 Yippeee’d
4 Beti Bete 1964 7 9 Yippeee’d
5 Jaanwar 1965 7 7 Yippeee’d
6 Patanga 1971 7 5 D Pending 2

The numbers for the week -,

The posting continued at the then current brisk rate. The week saw a total of 43 songs posted, with the  daily rate being six songs per day, with one of the days showing up with seven. The 43 songs came from 37 films – six of them from ‘Anmol Ghadi’ and another two from the film ‘Milan’ of 1967. The remaining 35 songs are one each from 35 films.

The week witnessed as many as 13 debuts. Thirteen films made their appearance for the first time on the blog. No films got yippeee’d, with ‘Anmol Ghadi’ being the close call of almost there. Of the total 37 films featured that week, 29 have been yippeee’d during the interim decade, whereas 8 films are still awaiting completion of their songs on the blog.

The physical post numbers stretched from 2914 to 2956. So actually a blog century – the 29th, has happened in the previous week.

The guest post activity was fairly low in those times. Of the 43 posts, Atul ji accounts for 38, and only five posts came from the contributing team. Three of these posts are from Raja ji, one from Santosh Ojha ji, and one very interesting post on Shammi Kapoor from – yes, you guessed it – Greta Memsaab. A very interesting and informative post that identifies many of the side players in this group dance song – “Dekho Ab To, Kisko Nahin Hai Khabar” from the film ‘Janwar’ of 1965,

This post, having been delayed quite a bit, comes on the last day of the week under analysis. On this day, there is one film still pending for Yippeee status. The film is ‘Patanga’ from 1971. Two songs of this film are remaining to be posted. With this post we bring one of them on to the blog. Which means that this film is now just one song away from being inducted into the Yippeee hall of fame.

The song that I present today is a mujra dance song, being performed on screen by Laxmi Chhaya. There is an assortment of audience, as we regularly get to see in most mujra dance songs in films. I can clearly identify three of them. Wasti and Ajit are sitting together on a white sofa, and the bespectacled and balding Haroon is on a chair next to Ajit. The song is the regular mujra type choreography, with the dancer complaining that she has wasted her youth getting entangled with “you”, the addressal of “you” here being directed towards any of the many males sitting in the audience.

‘Patanga’ is a social film, produced under the banner of KR Films, Bombay and is directed by Kedar Kapoor. The list of actors reads as – Shashi Kapoor, Vimmi, Ajit, Rajendra Nath, Sajjan, Vasti, Ashok Kapoor, Lakshmi Chhaya, Zeb Rehman, Jagdish Raj, Ram Mohan, Leela Mishra, Praveen Pal, Geeta, Ameena Bai, Ram Avtar, Shekhar Purohit, Prem, Shiva Chandra, Ravindra Kumar, Haroon, Lal, Nasir, Balram, Santosh, and Rajkumar.

Interesting side note here that this is third film of actress Vimmi, who appeared in only 5 films during her short career that lasted from 1967 (debut in the film ‘Hamraaz’) to 1974 (‘Vachan’ being her last film).

The film has 8 songs. As mentioned above, after this post, we now have just one more song remaining for this film. Of the eight songs, four are from the pen of Neeraj, three by Hasrat Jaipuri and one penned by Indeewar. This song is from the pen of Neeraj.

The music is composed by Shankar Jaikishan. Yes, remembering Jaikishan today, on his remembrance day today. He passed away on 12th September in 1971. Interesting to note that this film was certified by the Censor Board on 20th August, 1971. It is possible that this film was just released, or maybe even released after, the passing away of Jaikishan.

The lyrics of this song have been sent in by dear Avinash ji.

And so, the penultimate song of ‘Patanga’ of 1971 – a run of the mill mujra performance as demanded by the formula.

Video

Song – Tose Najariya Ladaai, Jawaani Haaye Yun Hi Gawaai  (Patanga) (1971) Singer – Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics – Neeraj, MD – Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

tose najariya ladaai
tose najariya ladaai
jawaani haaye yoon hi ganwaai
jaawani haaye yoon hi ganwaai
tose najariya ladaai
jawaani haaye yoon hi ganwaai
jaawani haaye yoon hi ganwaai
tose najariyaa ladaai ee

is se chhupa ke
us se chhupa ke
is se chhupa ke
us se chhupa ke
solah baras jo rakkhi bacha ke
solah baras jo o rakkhi bacha ke
aa aa aa aa aa aa aa
choodi wo mori tadkaai ee
choodi wo mori tadkaai
jawaani haaye yoon hi ganwaai
jaawani haaye yoon hi ganwaai
tose najariya ladaai ee

main tadpoon
mori tadpe umariya aa
main tadpoon
mori tadpe umariya
jal bin jaise tadpe machhariya
jal bin jaise ae tadpe machhariya
aa aa aa aa aa aa aa aa
haaye
kaisi ye aag lagaai ee
kaisi ye aag lagaai
jawaani haaye yoon hi ganwaai
jaawani haaye yoon hi ganwaa i
tose najariya ladaai ee

gaaon ke chhore seeti bajaayen
gaaon ke chhore seeti bajaayen
buddhhe jo dekhen surmaa lagaaye
buddhhe jo dekhen surmaa lagaaye
aa aa aa aa aa aa aa aa
ban ke jawaani maut aayi
ban ke jawaani maut aayi
jawaani haaye yoon hi ganwaai
jaawani haaye yoon hi ganwaai
tose najariya ladaai
jawaani haaye yoon hi ganwaai
jaawani haaye yoon hi ganwaai

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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तोसे नजरिया लड़ाई
तोसे नजरिया लड़ाई
जवानी हाए यूं ही गंवाई
जवानी हाए यूं ही गंवाई
तोसे नजरिया लड़ाई
जवानी हाए यूं ही गंवाई
जवानी हाए यूं ही गंवाई
तोसे नजरिया लड़ाई ई

इस से छुपा के
उस से छुपा के
इस से छुपा के
उस से छुपा के
सोलह बरस जो रक्खी बचाके
सोलह बरस जो रक्खी बचाके
आ आ आ आ आ आ आ
चूड़ी वो मोरी तड़कायी ई
चूड़ी वो मोरी तड़कायी ई
जवानी हाए यूं ही गंवाई
जवानी हाए यूं ही गंवाई
तोसे नजरिया लड़ायी ई

मैं तड़पूं
मोरी तड़पे उमरिया आ
मैं तड़पूं
मोरी तड़पे उमरिया
जल बिन जैसे तड़पे मछरिया
जल बिन जैसे ए तड़पे मछरिया
आ आ आ आ आ आ आ आ
हाए
कैसी ये आग लगाई ई
कैसी ये आग लगाई
जवानी हाए यूं ही गंवाई
जवानी हाए यूं ही गंवाई
तोसे नजरिया लड़ाई ई

गाँव के छोरे सीटी बजायें
गाँव के छोरे सीटी बजायें
बुड्ढे जो देखें सुरमा लगाए
बुड्ढे जो देखें सुरमा लगाए
आ आ आ आ आ आ आ आ
बन के जवानी मौत आई
बन के जवानी मौत आई
जवानी हाए यूं ही गंवाई
जवानी हाए यूं ही गंवाई
तोसे नजरिया लड़ायी ई
जवानी हाए यूं ही गंवाई
जवानी हाए यूं ही गंवाई


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day :

4439 Post No. : 15882

#The Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 102 # In Remembrance – Jaikishan #
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Today 12th Sep 2020 is forty-ninth remembrance day of the genius music director Jaikishan of Shankar-Jaikishan duo.

Jaikishan was born on 04th November 1929 at Vansda (in Navsari district, Gujarat) and passed away on 12th September 1971 at Bombay (now Mumbai, Maharashtra). He was only 41 when he passed away and his death shook the entire film industry then.

As a tribute to him here is a song from the 1971 movie – ‘Yaar Mera’. One song from this movie – “Dil Ki Kitaab Kori Hai, Kori Hi Rehne Do” – has already been presented on the blog by Sudhir ji on 13th Sep’2013 with a heartfelt tribute to Jaikishan remembering him on his 42nd remembrance anniversary. Today we will listen another song from the same movie.

‘Yaar Mera’ was released after Jaikishan’s death and the movie was dedicated to his memory. The movie begins with this ‘couplet’. I am unable to identify the voice uttering these words, which plays in the background of the dedication title.

jo shaam savere miltaa thha
phoolon ki tarah se khiltaa thha,
aye maut, tujhe maut aa jaaye
kyon yaar ko mere chheen liyaa

Shankar Jaikishan ruled the music charts in 1971 with their “Zindagi Ek Safar Hai Suhaana” ranking top of the annual ‘Binaca Geetmala’ list. In 1971 from the total 115 released movies, Shankar Jaikishan had composed music for as many as seventeen movies plus the un-released movie ‘Bombay Talkie’ making it to total eighteen movies. Here is the list of movies where Shankar-Jaikishan composed the music and that were released (or passed by Censor Board) in 1971,

 

S No Movie Passed by Censor Board on Lyricist/s
01 Albelaa 14.10.1971 Hasrat Jaipuri
02 Andaaz 23.04.1971 Hasrat Jaipuri
03 Balidaan 27.12.1971 Verma Malik
04 Duniyaa Kya Jaane 23.08.1971 Rajinder Krishan
05 Ek Naari Ek Brahmachaari Hasrat Jaipuri, Neeraj, Anjaan, Kiran Kalyani
06 Elaan 30.04.1971 Hasrat Jaipuri, Farooq Kaiser, Verma Malik, Indeewar
07 Jaane Anjaane 17.05.1971 Hasrat Jaipuri, SH Bihari, Gulshan Bawra
08 Jawaan Mohabbat 15.05.1971 Hasrat Jaipuri, Shailendra, Rajinder Krishan
09 Kal Aaj Aur Kal 11.11.1971 Hasrat Jaipuri, Neeraj, Shaily Shailendra
10 Laal Patthar 31.12.1971 Hasrat Jaipuri, Neeraj, Dev Kohli
11 Main Sundar Hoon 18.03.1971 Anand Bakshi
12 Naadaan 20.08.1971 Hasrat Jaipuri
13 Parde Ke Peechhey 16.03.1971 Rajinder Krishan
14 Patangaa 20.08.1971 Hasrat Jaipuri, Neeraj, Indeewar
15 Preetam 26.07.1971 Rajinder Krishan, Hasrat Jaipuri
16 Seema Verma Malik, Gulzar, Indeewar
17 Yaar Mera 29.11.1971 Hasrat Jaipuri, Neeraj, SH Bihari
18 Bombay Talkie (UR) 19.02.1971 Hasrat Jaipuri, Usha Iyyer

Other than songs of ‘Andaaz’ (two songs), the songs of ‘Main Sundar Hoon’ (also two songs) made it to the list of annual Binaca Geetmala of 1971 from the above list of movies. And that can explain how tough the competition was that year.

The song “Dil Ki Kitaab Kori Hai. . .“was the only popular song from the today’s movie and it was frequently heard on radio during that time. As mentioned above this song has already been posted on the blog.

The film was directed by Atmaram for RS Productions, Bombay. Raja Ram and Satish Wagle were the producers of this movie and Jayendra Pandya was the Associate Producer of this movie. Story of this movie was written by Anand Dutta. Dialogues and screenplay of this movie were written by Abrar Alvi. Editing for this movie was done by YG Chowhan, and he was assisted by EG Shinde and DB Rana. CR Panchal was the controller of production of this movie.

The star cast of the film includes Jeetendra, Rakhee, Nazima, Helen, Paintal, Achala Sachdev, Jayant, Sajjan, Randhir, Murad, Sulochana Sr., Nana Palsikar, Radheshyam, Narbada Shankar, Krishan Dhawan, Manmohan, Raj, Darshan, MS Mehta, Fordil, A Kumar, Ram Sindhi, Mona, and Ashok Bhalla.

This movie has five songs written by Hasrat Jaipuri (two songs), Neeraj (two songs) and SH Bihari (one song). Music is composed by Shankar-Jaikishan. Mohammed Rafi, Asha Bhonsle, Suman Kalyanpur and Manna Dey are the playback singers for this movie.

Coming to today’s song, although a lesser heard song, I think it was also played intermittently on radio during those times and later on. This song is sung by Mohd Rafi and lyrics are by Neeraj. An entertaining remembrance which was lying noted since more than seven years now.

Let us now enjoy the today’s song. On screen Jeetendra is performing the song. Also seen in the picturization of the song is Manmohan and Paintal and many others…

Darr Lagey To Gaana Gaa. . .

Video

Audio

Song – Darr Lagey To Gaana Gaa (Yaar Mera) (1971) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Lyrics – Neeraj, MD – Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics

darr lagey to gaanaa gaa
darr lagey to gaanaa gaa
darr lagey to gaanaa gaa
darr lagey to gaanaa gaa
aise bhi
haan aan aa aa aa
waise bhi
mmm mmm mmm mmm

darr lagey to gaanaa gaa
darr lagey to gaanaa gaa
darr lagey to gaanaa gaa
darr lagey to gaanaa gaa
aise bhi ee
haan aa aa aa aa
waise bhi
mmm mmm mmm mmm
darr lagey to gaanaa gaa
aayeein
darr lagey to gaanaa gaa

jo bhi yahaan cheez hai ae
tera hi maal hai ae
jo bhi yahaan cheez hai ae
tera hi maal hai ae
tera haath thaam le ae
kis ki majaal hai
pakad bhi jaaye yaar kabhi tu
bas mein rail mein
thaane mein jail mein
bheed mein mele mein
sone mein
akele mein ae

sirf gaanaa gaa aa aa

darr lagey to gaanaa gaa
darr lagey to gaanaa gaa
darr lagey to gaanaa gaa
darr lagey to gaanaa gaa

duniya ko bhool ja aa
jaam zaraa thhaam le ae
haan
duniya ko bhool ja aa
jaam zaraa thhaam le ae
mauj zaraa maar le ae
ho masti se kaam le ae
chot kahin aa jaaye tujhko
ro nahin dho nahin
cheekh nahin chillaa nahin
chup nahin bhaag nahin
so nahin
jaag nahin ee
sirf gaanaa gaa aa aa aa
darr lagey to gaanaa gaa
darr lagey to gaanaa gaa
aayee ee
darr lagey to gaanaa gaa
darr lagey to gaanaa gaa aa

darr nahin maut se ae
khatron ko jhel tu oo
darr nahin maut se ae
khatron ko jhel tu oo
zindagi ye khel hai ae
zindagi se khel tu
phir bhi tujhko darr lage to
aate hue jaate hue
peete hue khaate hue
uthhtey hue girtey hue
jeetey hue
martey hue ae ae ae
sirf gaana gaa aa aa aa
darr lagey to gaanaa gaa
darr lagey to gaanaa gaa
darr lagey to gaanaa gaa
darr lagey to gaanaa gaa
aise bhi ee
haan aan aa aa aa
waise bhi
mmm mmm mmm mmm
darr lagey to gaanaa gaa aa
darr lagey to gaanaa gaa
darr lagey to gaanaa gaa
darr lagey to gaanaa gaa aa

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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डर लगे तो गाना गा
डर लगे तो गाना गा
डर लगे तो गाना गा
डर लगे तो गाना गा
ऐसे भी
हाँ आं आं आं
वैसे भी
म्मम म्मम म्मम म्मम

डर लगे तो गाना गा
डर लगे तो गाना गा
डर लगे तो गाना गा
डर लगे तो गाना गा
ऐसे भी
हाँ आं आं आं
वैसे भी
म्मम म्मम म्मम म्मम
डर लगे तो गाना गा
अईं
डर लगे तो गाना गा

जो भी यहाँ चीज़ है
तेरा ही माल है
जो भी यहाँ चीज़ है
तेरा ही माल है
तेरा हाथ थाम ले
किस की मजाल है
पकड़ भी जाये यार कभी तू
बस में रेल में
ठाणे मे जेल में
भीड़ में मेले में
सोने में
अकेले में

सिर्फ गाना गा आ आ

डर लगे तो गाना गा
डर लगे तो गाना गा
डर लगे तो गाना गा
डर लगे तो गाना गा

दुनिया को भूल जा
जाम ज़रा थाम ले
हाँ
दुनिया को भूल जा
जाम ज़रा थाम ले
मौज ज़रा मार ले
हो मस्ती से काम ले
चोट कहीं आ जाये तुझको
रो नहीं धो नहीं
चीख नहीं चिल्ला नहीं
चुप नहीं भाग नहीं
सो नहीं
जाग नहीं ईं

सिर्फ गाना गा आ आ

डर लगे तो गाना गा
डर लगे तो गाना गा
अई इ
डर लगे तो गाना गा
डर लगे तो गाना गा

डर नहीं मौत से
खतरों से खेल तू
डर नहीं मौत से
खतरों से खेल तू
ज़िंदगी ये खेल है
ज़िंदगी से खेल तू
फिर भी तुझको डर लगे तो
आते हुए जाते हुए
पीते हुए खाते हुए
उठते हुए गिरते हुए
जीते हुए
मरते हुए ए ए ए

सिर्फ गाना गा आ आ

डर लगे तो गाना गा
डर लगे तो गाना गा
डर लगे तो गाना गा
डर लगे तो गाना गा
ऐसे भी
हाँ आं आं आं
वैसे भी
म्मम म्मम म्मम म्मम

डर लगे तो गाना गा आ
डर लगे तो गाना गा
डर लगे तो गाना गा
डर लगे तो गाना गा आ


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog.This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day :

4428 Post No. : 15854 Movie Count :

4362

#The Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 100 #
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I got my first copy of HFGK in February’2015. After going through this ‘geet-kosh’ and movie details, I planned to take up this series. My aim was to introduce movies of this decade of seventies i.e. 1971-1980. It also offered me the opportunity of sharing my ‘nostalgia’ associated with the movies of this decade. Some of these movies were seen by me while others were not.

As for songs, there were songs that were well known during that time but were subsuquently forgotten with passage of time.

My main ‘goal’ was an ambitious one- to introduce all movies from 1971-1980 on the blog as soon as possible. I must say that we are still a long way from achieving this goal. Songs from some movies are no longer available. Some movies themselves have become so obscure that no information is available about then anywhere except in the geet-kosh.

Take the case of the year ‘1971’. There are around sixteen movies of 1971 that are yet to get represented on the blog. This number is from the movies which were officially released in 1971. Total 115 movies were released released this year , including movies which do not have any songs). The details of the list of movies will be discussed in the future posts as we progress on the blog and enter into ‘2021’. The next year ‘2021’ will be important from the point of view that it will mark completion of ‘fifty years’ for the movies released in ‘1971’ as the months progressed.

When we come to think of it, this year ‘2020’ is special for the movies released in ‘1970’ because those movies were released fifty years ago !

We will have quite a few such interesting details and observations in the future posts on the blog.

Today we are going to listen to a song from the movie ‘Dost Aur Dushman-1971’.

This movie is making its debut on the blog today.

Music of this movie was composed by music director Raj Kamal.

Today 1st September 2020 is the fifteenth ‘Remembrance Day’ of Raj Kamal (15.01.1921-01.09.2005).

Music director Raj Kamal has given us many unforgettable songs. Some of them can be described as ‘immortal’ songs in the history of Hindi films. Songs from ‘Saaz-1997’, ‘Katha-1983’, ‘Chashm-e-Baddoor-1981’ and ‘Saawan Ko Aane Do-1979’ etc. are still fresh in the memories of music lovers.

He also composed the music for B.R. Chopra’s epic TV Serial ‘Mahabharat’.

Here I am reproducing a brief about his biographical and career details as taken from a ‘Facebook page – Imprints and Images of Indian Film music’ (dated 31.08.2015, which was on his tenth ‘Remembrance Day’. The ‘Wikipedia’ page about him also has the same information, but in very short details).

Remembering Raj Kamal, one of the much talented and finest music composers of Hindi films, on his 10th death anniversary today.
Raj Kamal was a very talented and excellent music composer ln Hindi films. The songs he composed in films like ‘Saawan Ko Aane Do’, Chashme Buddoor and Payal Ki Jhankar are unforgettable classics and are cherished by innumerable music lovers to their hearts.

He is credited with outstanding melodious compositions like “Chand Jaise Mukhde Pe”, “Teri tasveer ko’, “Tujhe dekh kar”, “Jaanam Jaanam”, “Bole to bansuri kahin”, “Tere bin soona more”, “Kajre ki baati”, “Tumhe Geeton Mein Dhaloonga”, “Gagan ye samjhe”, “Patthar se sheesha” ( all from ‘Saawan Ko Aane Do -1979), and “Kahan Se Aaye Badra”, “Kali Ghodi Dwar Khadi” (“Chashme Buddoor” -1981), “Dekho Kaanha Nahin Maanat Batiya (Payal Ki Jhankar-1980) and “Kya hua kya hua kya hua” (Katha-1983).

Other than films, Raj Kamal has composed music for TV serials like Mahabharat Katha, Bahadur Shah Zafar, Vishnu Puran, Ma Shakti and B.R. Chopra’s Mahabharat. He has also composed music for a Malayalam movie “Aazhi ‘ (1984).
He was an accomplished singer too. As a playback singer, he has rendered songs like “Maine Tumko Hi” (Phulwari – 1984), “Tum Sundar Ho” (Katha -1983), “Gunje Gunje Re” (Akhand Saubhagyavati -1982) and “Jaane Kyu Hain” (Jazbaat -1980).

Raj Kamal was born to Tulsidas and his wife in a village called Matoda in Rajasthan. He was named Dalpat after birth. He was the eldest of 5 children. After marriage, Raj Kamal and his wife Sagar had 6 children — Chandra Kamal, Surya Kamal, Vinay Kamal, Hriday Kamal, Shubh Kamal, and a daughter. Raj Kamal’s three elder sons are all composers and musicians in their own right. Soon after Raj Kamal joined the industry, he changed his name from Dalpat to Raj Kamal.

Raj Kamal was a man rooted to the tunes and songs of the soil. He came to be closely identified with the Rajshri’s, their films were made for largely family audiences, people who wore a dhoti at home and trousers to work. Raj Kamal was able to build to tap into their unexpressed longing for ‘watan’, ‘des’, as many put it. Yet sustained success eluded him in later years and but for television series Mahabharat and Bahadur Shah Zafar, his resume would not have made for an impressive reading, films like “Amma”, “Chashme Buddoor” and “Katha” notwithstanding.

Raj Kamal died at the age of 77 on 1st September 2005 from Alzheimer’s Disease which had severely affected his memory.

Though he has not composed too many songs in his career, Raj Kamal has left behind a rich legacy of classic scores in few films that will always be cherished and enjoyed.

Going by the ‘filmography’ of music director Raj Kamal mentioned on various sources I guess that the today’s movie ‘Dost Aur Dushman-1971’ must be his first movie as ‘music director’ in Hindi films. (HFGK doesn’t mention anything about this so I may be wrong?).

However, I would request knowledgeable reader to correct me and throw light on his musical journey.

“Dost Aur Dushman-1971” was directed by Chand for ‘Shivparas Productions, Bombay’. It had Shiv Kumar, Heena Kausar, Jayshree T., Sapru, Murad, Tabbassum, Kundan, Roopali, Uday Kumar, Neelam, Sunita, Joginder, Junior Mehmood and I.S. Johar.

This movie had four songs composed by Raj Kamal and written by Asad Bhopali. Mohd Rafi, Asha Bhonsle and Hemlata had given their voices to the songs in this movie.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 10.12.1971.

This movie seems to be an obscure movie of its time. However thankfully many songs from this movie are available on internet sources.

I would also request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on this movie and its songs.

Let us now enjoy today’s rocking song in the voice of Asha Bhonsle which is composed by Raj Kamal. Lyrics are by Asad Bhopali.

With this song ‘Dost Aur Dushman-1971’ makes its debut on the blog today …


Song-Dil ki hasrat kab nikaali jaayegi (Dost Aur Dushman)(1971) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Asad Bhopali, MD-Rajkamal

Lyrics

dil ki hasrat
kab nikaali jaayegi ee
dil ki hasrat
kab nikaali jaayegi ee
aaj bhi kyaa raat khaali jaayegi ee
aaj bhi kyaa raat khaali jaayegi ee
ae hey dil ki hasrat
kab nikaali jaayegi ee

ye
ye ye ye
ye peene pilaane ke din hain
dil
dil dil dil
dil se milaane ke din hain
in aankhon se ik jaam le
aa meri baahen thhaam le
aa deewaane
kal phir ye rut naa aayegi ee
dil ki hasrat
kab nikaali jaayegi ee
aaj bhi kyaa raat khaali jaayegi ee
dil ki hasrat
kab nikaali jaayegi ee

haay
haay haay haay
haay barson se pyaasi jawaani
aa
aa aa aa
aa kar de zaraa meharbaani
kyaa bheegi bheegi raat hai
ye pal do pal ka saath hai
aa deewaane
kal phir ye rut naa aayegi ee
dil ki hasrat
kab nikaali jaayegi ee
aaj bhi kyaa raat khaali jaayegi ee
ae hey dil ki hasrat
kab nikaali jaayegi ee

hey ae ae laa raa laa laa
ye ae he he ae

sun
sun sun sun
sun tu hai wohi
ham wohi hain
ae
ae ae ae
ae nazren kyun badli huyi hain
main teri hoon main
jaan le
ab kehnaa mera maan le ae
aa deewaane
kal phir ye rut naa aayegi
dil ki hasrat
kab nikaali jaayegi
aaj bhi kyaa raat khaali jaayegi ee

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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दिल की हसरत
कब निकाली जाएगी ई
दिल की हसरत
कब निकाली जाएगी ई
आज भी क्या रात खाली
जाएगी ई
आज भी क्या रात खाली
जाएगी ई
ए हे दिल की हसरत
कब निकाली जाएगी ई
ये
ये ये ये
ये पीने पिलाने के दिन हैं
दिल
दिल दिल दिल
दिल से मिलाने के हैं
इन आँखों से इक जाम ले
आ मेरी बाहें थाम ले
आ दीवाने
कल फिर ये रुत ना आएगी ई
दिल की हसरत
कब निकाली जाएगी ई
आज भी क्या रात खाली
जाएगी ई
दिल की हसरत
कब निकाली जाएगी ई
हाय
हाय हाय हाय
हाय बरसों से प्यासी जवानी

आ आ आ
आ करदे ज़रा मेहरबानी
क्या भीगी भीगी रात है
ये पल दो पल का साथ है
आ दीवाने
कल फिर ये रुत ना आएगी ई
दिल की हसरत
कब निकाली जाएगी ई
आज भी क्या रात खाली
जाएगी ई
ए हे दिल की हसरत
कब निकाली जाएगी ई

हे ला रा ला ला
ये ए हे हे ए

सुन
सुन सुन सुन
सुन तू है वोही
हम वोही हैं

ए ए ए
ए नज़रें क्यूँ बदली हुयी हैं
मैं तेरी हूँ मैं
जान ले
अब कहना मेरा मान ले ए
आ दीवाने
कल फिर ये रुत ना आएगी ई
दिल की हसरत
कब निकाली जाएगी
आज भी क्या रात खाली
जाएगी ई …


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Blog Day:

4427 Post No. : 15851

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No. 67
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Ten years ago on this day (viz on 31 August 2010), the blog saw six songs from six movies get represented in the day.
Here are the details:-

Song Movie title-Year Remarks
Ae jaane e jigar dil mein samaane aajaa Aaraam-1951 All songs covered
Ek main hoon ek meri beqasi ki shaam hai Taraanaa-1951 All songs covered
Khushiyon ko lootkar yahaan Shirin Farhad-1956 All songs covered
Beet gayi hai aadhi raat Naache Naagin Baaje Been-1960 05 songs posted
Husn e jaanaa idhar aa Saathi-1968 All songs covered
Koi aur duniyaa mein tumsaa haseen hai Pyaar Ki Kahaani-1971 02 songs posted

Four of these movies have already been represented. Two unYIPPEED movies have one thing in common. Both of them made their debuts ten years ago.

One of these movies, viz “Naache Naagin Baaje Been”(1960) has already been taken up under “Blog Ten Year Challenge”. Here is a song from the other movie viz “Pyaar Ki Kahaani”(1971).

Younger music lovers may not think much of this movie. In fact they may not even be aware of this movie. As an “oldtimer”, I had heard of this movie as part of a string of flop movies that Amitabh Bachchan has figured in. The movie, directed by Ravikant Nagaich, had Amitabh Bachchan, Farida Jalal, Anil Dhawan, Tanuja, Prem Chopra, Bipin Gupta, Madhu Chanda, Praveen Paul, Agha, Mukri, Mohan Choti, Paintal,m Gulshan Bawra, Rashid Khan, Birbal, Yunus Parwez etc in it.

The movie had five songs in it. Three songs have been covered till now. Here are the details of the songs that have been covered so far:-

Song Posted On
Koi aur duniyaa mein tumsaa haseen hai 31 August 2010
Ek patey ki baat bataaun 11 october 2013
Ek khabar aayi suno ek khabar aayi 4 April 2015

Here is the fourth song from “Pyaar Ki Kahaani”(1971). This song is sung by Lata, Usha Mangeshkar and chorus. The song is picturised as a Saheli teasing a lady genre of song. I can identify Tanuja. Other than that I cannot identify others. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify them.

Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala.

This post is the 79th post for the month of August 2020. It stands nowhere in comparison to 176 posts published during August 2010. Nevertheless, this is the highest figure for a month in well over two years since April 2018. Hopefully we will be able to surpass this figure in the next month.

Video

Audio

Song-Baby tu chhoti hai (Pyaar Ki Kahaani)(1971) Singers-Lata, Usha Mangeshkar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-R D Burman
Chorus

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

umr hai satrah saal
itni lambi chhoti hai ae
dekho meri aankh bhi
satranj ki goti hai
arey umr hai satrah saal
itni lambi chhoti hai
dekho meri ee aankh bhi
satranj ki goti hai
baby tu chhoti hai
baby tu chhoti hai ae
baby tu chhoti hai
baby tu chhoti hai

chori ee se tum sab
kya baaten karti ho
mujhko batlaao
kyun mujhse darti ho
haan
khud ko tum itnaa khilaadi na samjho
mujhko tum itnaa anaadi naa samjho
achchaa
ye bataa do pyaar kya
cheez hoti hai
arey baby tu chhoti hai
baby tu chhoti hai ae

baby tu chhoti hai
baby tu chhoti hai

arey umr hai satrah saal
itni lambi choti hai
dekho meri ee aankh bhi
satranj ki goti hai

kaliyon ko bhanwaraa
kyun choomaa kartaa hai
parbat pe baadal
kyun jhoomaa kartaa hai ae
bataao
kaise

hmm mm
main kyaa jaaanu
tujhpe bhi jis din jawaani aayegi
teri samajh mein ye kahaani aayegi
haan aa
jaagtaa hai dard kyun
jab duniyaa soti hai
arrey baby tu chhoti hai

baby tu chhoti hai ae
baby tu chhoti hai
baby tu chhoti hai
baby tu chhoti hai
baby tu chhoti hai

umr hai satrah saal
itni lambi choti hai ae
dekho meri aankh bhi
satranj ki goti hai

baby tu chhoti hai
baby tu chhoti hai ae
baby tu chhoti hai
baby tu chhoti hai


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Blog Day :

4418 Post No. : 15826

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No.57
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22 August 2010, the day that fell exactly ten years ago, was a day when normal blog service was going on smoothly, which meant six songs were covered on the day, in chronological order. The day began with an iconic song from 1944 movie “Ratan”. Then songs from “Jogan”(1950), “Amaanat”(1955), “Samrat Chandragupta”(1958), “Do Badan”(1966) and “Balidaan”(1971) were covered.

Looking at the time when these songs were posted, I notice that the first song was posted at 5:32 AM in the morning and the last song at 7:49 AM. So it means that I had woken up well before 5 AM in the morning and I was dopne for the day before 8 AM.

Those were the days. I wonder how I had that kind of drive ten years ago, when I would wake up so early in the morning. Not that I slept early. I remember Peevesie’s mom commenting those days -“ye banda sota kab hai !” 🙂

Here is the list of songs that were covered on 22 August 2010:-

Blog post number Song Movie Year Posting time Remarks
2822 O jaane waale baalamwaa laut ke aa laut ke aa Ratan 1944 5:32 YIPPEED (10 songs)
2823 Sakhi ri chitchor nahin aaye Jogan 1950 6:08 YIPPEED (15 songs)
2824 Baanki adaayen dekhnaa ji dekhnaa Amaanat 1955 6:36 YIPPEED (6 songs)
2825 Mujhe dekh chaand sharmaaye Samrat Chandragupta 1958 7:24 YIPPEED (8 songs)
2826 Rahaa gardishon mein hardam Do Badan 1966 7:37 YIPPEED (6 songs)
2827 Chale aao dil mein bachaa ke nazar Balidaan 1971 7:49 Made its debut. So far 2 songs covered(out of 6)

The first five movies that were covered on that day have since been YIPPEED. The only unYIPPEED movie is “Balidaan”(1971). This movie had made its debut in the blog ten years ago. One more song from the movie has been covered almost nine years later on 17 may 2019.

Song Date of posting
Chale aao dil mein bachaa ke nazar 22 Aug 2010
Haay haay re daiyya mui main to kyun jawaan hui 17 May 2019

“Balidaan”(1971) was produced by Aroon Varma and directed by Ravi Tandon for Verma Films Enterprises. The movie had Saira Banu, Manoj Kumar, Dev Kumar, Bindu, Anwar Hussain, Asit Sen, Randhir, Polson, Murad, Hiralal, Joginder, Bhushan Tiwari, Kirti Kumar, Ranvir Raj, Dev Raj, Om Sahni, Gulab Singh, Mahesh Raj, Janki Das, Murad, Manmohan, Purnima etc. The movie introduced Devyani.

Today, as part of “Blog Ten Year Challenge”, here is the third song from “Balidaan”(1971) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Lata. Verma Malik is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shankar Jaikishan.

The song is picturised on Saira Bano, with Manoj Kumar and Manmohan also seen in the picturisation. The song is “Jab tak hai jaan main naachhongi” genre of song, where the villain Manmohan had Manoj Kumar tied up and Saira Bano must dance to save his life. 🙂

The video is available as part of the film but that is without sound.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

Audio link:

Song-O jhhoothhi muhabbat ke bhookhe darinde (Balidaan)(1971) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Verma Malik, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics (Perovided by Prakashchandra)(based on audio link)

o jhoothhi muhabbat ke bhookhey darindey
gunaahon ke putley
hawas ke bhikhaari
agar zindagi ne diya saath mera
to ik din mitaa doongi hasti tumhaari
o jhoothi muhabbat ke bhookhey darindey
gunaahon ke putley
hawas ke bhikhaari
agar zindagi ne diya saath mera
to ik din mitaa doongi hasti tumhaari
o jhoothhi muhabbat ke bhookhey darindey

meri aabroo aaj be-aabroo hai
lo hasrat nikaalo
lagi ko bujhaa lo o
meri aabroo aaj be-aabroo hai
lo hasrat nikaalo
lagi ko bujhaa lo o
issey aaj nazron se jaancho ya parkho
issey chaahey mehfil ki raunaq banaa lo
magar soch kar haath aagey badhaana
magar soch kar haath aagey badhaana
qasam khaa ke kehti hain aankhein kunwaari
o jhoothi muhabbat ke bhookhey darindey
gunaahon ke putley
hawas ke bhikhaari
agar zindagi ne diya saath mera
to ik din mitaa doongi hasti tumhari
o jhoothhi muhabbat ke bhookhey darindey

o paagal lutere
o naadaan qaatil
utthaa apna khanjar
tu kya sochtaa hai ae
o paagal lutere
o naadaan qaatil
utthaa apna khanjar
tu kya sochtaa hai
tere zulm ki intehaa hai jahaan par
wahin se mere sabr ka ibtidaa hai
o zaalim main uss desh ki laadli hoon
o zaalim main uss desh ki laadli hoon
jahaan jaan se bhi izzat hai pyaari
o jhoothhi muhabbat ke bhookhey darindey
gunaahon ke putley
hawas ke bhikhaari
agar zindagi ne diya saath mera
to ik din mitaa doongi hasti tumhari
o jhoothhi muhabbat ke bhookhey darindey

kahaan so gaya hai tu duniya ke maalik
tere is jahaan mein kya ho raha hai ae
kahaan so gaya hai tu duniya ke maalik
tere is jahaan mein kya ho raha hai ae
meri jholi mein aaj insaaf bhar dey
main samjhoongi koi mera bhi khuda hai
agar na hua aaj insaaf tujh se ae
agar na hua aaj insaaf tujh se
to rakh doon jalaa ke khudaai tumhaari
o jhoothhi muhabbat ke bhookhey darindey
gunaahon ke putley
hawas ke bhikhaari
agar zindagi ne diya saath mera
to ik din mitaa doongi hasti tumhaari
o jhoothhi muhabbat ke bhookhey darindey
gunaahon ke putley
hawas ke bhikhaari
agar zindagi ne diya saath mera
to ik din mitaa doongi hasti tumhaari
o jhoothhi muhabbat ke bhookhey darindey ae


This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day :

4414 Post No. : 15814

Today, August 18th 2020 is 86th Birth Day of the poet, lyricist, story, screen-play and dialogue writer, producer and director, Gulzar. His presence in Hindi film industries is an assurance that lovers of Hindi films and Hindi film songs would continue to get the opportunity to watch and listen to the meaningful films and songs. I regard Gulzar Saab as an extension of what Sahir Ludhianvi left in October 1980 – a legacy of poetry in Hindi film songs.

I have already covered a substantive information about the filmy career of Gulzar saab in my articles ae hairat-e-aashiqui jagaa mat on the occasion of his 85th birth day last year and in shaam se aankh mein nami si hai, abut 5 years back. Also, there is no dearth of information on Gulzar Saab on the internet, in the print media and his website. So, I would skip this part.

What a great journey Gulzar saab has with Hindi film industry which began in early 1960s as a lyricist. He became an assistant to Bimal Roy and eventually became a director with ‘Mere Apne’ (1971). During his almost six decades in Hindi film industry, he wrote nearly 700 songs, wrote screen-play/dialogues for nearly 50 films and directed 19 films. In addition, he wrote and directed a few TV serials like ‘Mirza Ghalib’(1988), ‘Noopur’ (1990), ‘Potli Baba Ki’ (1991), ‘Tehreer Munshi Premchand Ki’ (2004) etc. He published many novels, short stories and collections of his poems. Of late, Gulzar saab has been busy with translating in Hindi, poems in regional languages from all over India for their wider dessimination.

On the occasion of 86th birth day of Gulzar Saab, I have chosen a song of a rare combination – Gulzar-Suman Kalyanpur-Shankar-Jaikishan. The song is ‘ek thhi nindiya do thhe naina’ from the film ‘Seema’ (1971). Probably, Gulzar saab got involved in writing the lyrics of a couple of songs in this film as he was the story-screen-play-dialogue writer for the film. Surendra Mohan made his debut as a director in this film. The film was produced by Sohanlal Kanwar. The story of the film is summarised below:

Seema (Simi Garewal) has lost her parents in her childhood and she has been brought up by her caring uncle (Abhi Bhattacharya). In her grown-up years, Seema develops a superstition that whoever loved her would get the same fate as her parents. She spends her time mostly alone except with a friend, Rajni (Kanchan) who tries to erase her superstition by saying that she is still alive despite Seema loving her but of no avail.

Seema’s life gets a change when she come across a charming Sunil (Kabir Bedi). But her superstition will not allow her to reciprocate his love. He convinces her to overcome her fear and they get married in a temple. Unfortunately, after few days, Sunil dies in an accident and the fear of superstition returns to Seema as she is pregnant with his child in the womb. She gives birth to Banke (Rakesh Roshan) in secrecy as the society does not know of her marriage to Sunil. The child is brought up by her maid (Chand Usmani) who is kept away from Seema’s home out of fear of losing her child. However, Seema keeps the tab over her son’s activities from a distance.

Banke grows up cosying with Chamki (Bharathi) and also trying to discover as to who his parents are. After a lot of poignant moments in the film, it is Rajni who eventually reveals to Banke that Seema is his mother and his father had died of accident. Seema embraces Banke thus giving up her superstitions.

The song under discussion is a lori which have been picturised in the film on two occasions. First, Suman Kalyanpur sings for Simi on piano. The second, Sushma Shreshta sings for the boy which is taken over by Suman Kalyanpur singing for Chand Usmani as a continuation of the lori. In the audio clip, the entire lori is sung by Suman Kalyanpur.

‘Seema’ (1971) was Jaikishan’s last film. He died while the film was in the making.

Video Clip:

Suman Kalyanpur solo
Video

Audio

Suman Kalyanpur- Sushma Shreshtha duet
Video

Song-Ek thhi nindiyaa do thhe nainaa (Seema)(1971) Singer-Suman Kalyanpur/ Sushma Shreshtha, Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics-Gulzar, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics

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Suman Kalyanpur Solo (based on Audio)
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ek thhi nindiya
do thhe naina aa
raat ki jaayi shaam ki behna aa aa aa
raat ki jaayi shaam ki behna aa

o oo oooo
ooo ooo ooo
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
ek thhi nindiya
do thhe naina aa
raat ki jaayi shaam ki behna aa aa aa
ek thhi nindiya do thhe naina
raat ki jaayi shaam ki behna aa aa aa
raat ki jaayi shaam ki behna aa

roz wo pariyon jaisi nindiya aati thhi
donon judwa nainon ko bahlaati thhi
aankhon pe rakh deti thhi meethhe sapne
sapnon waali nindiya maa kahlaati thhi
ek thhi nindiya do thhe naina aa
raat ki jaayi shaam ki behna aa aa aa
raat ki jaayi shaam ki behna aa aa aa

ek thhi nindiya do thhe naina aa
raat ki jaayi shaam ki behna aa aa aa
ek thhi nindiya do thhe naina
raat ki jaayi shaam ki behna aa aa aa
raat ki jaayi shaam ki behna

roz wo pariyon jaisi nindiya aati thhi
donon judwa nainon ko bahlaati thhi
aankhon pe rakh deti thhi meethhe sapne
sapnon waali nindiya maa kahlaati thhi
ek thhi nindiya do thhe naina aa aa
raat ki jaayi shaam ki behna aa aa aa
raat ki jaayi shaam ki behna aa aa aa

oas ki boondon mein jo barsa karti thhi
wo nindiya ab do nainon se roothh gayi
chhoot gaye wo reshmi jhoole sapnon ke
chaandni jaisi lori ki dhun toot gayi
ek thhi nindiya do thhe naina aa aa
raat ki jaayi shaam ki behana aa aa aa
raat ki jaayi shaam ki behana

nindiya ki mamta ko baant ke do naina
aadhi aadhi saansen le kar jeete hain
baari baari dekhte hain toote sapne
baari baari aankh ke aansoo peete hain
ek thhi nindiya do thhe naina aa aa
raat ki jaayi shaam ki behana aa aa aa
raat ki jaayi shaam ki behana
raat ki jaayi shaam ki behana aa aa aa
raat ki jaayi shaam ki behna aa aa aa
raat ki jaayi shaam ki behna aa

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Lyrics: Duet Version – Sushma Shreshta, Suman Kalyanpur
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ek thhi nindiya do thhe naina aa
raat ki jaayi shaam ki behna aa aa
ek thhi nindiya do thhe naina
raat ki jaayi shaam ki behna aa aa
raat ki jaayi shaam ki behna aa

roz wo pariyon jaisi nindiya aati thhi
donon judwa nainon ko behlaati thhi
aankhon pe rakh deti thhi meethhe sapne
sapnon waali nindiya maa kahlaati thhi
ek thhi nindiya do thhe naina aa
raat ki jaayi shaam ki behana aa
raat ki jaayi shaam ki behana aa

oas ki boondon mein jo barsa karti thhi
wo nindiya ab do nainon se roothh gayi
chhoot gaye wo reshmi jhoole sapnon ke
chaandni jaisi lori ki dhun toot gayi
ek thhi nindiya do thhe naina aa
raat ki jaayi shaam ki behna aa aa aa
raat ki jaayi shaam ki behna

nindiya ki mamta ko baant ke do naina
aadhi aadhi saansen le kar jeete hain
baari baari dekhte hain toote sapne
baari baari aankh se aansoo peeten hain
ek thhi nindiya do thhe naina aa aa
raat ki jaayi shaam ki behna aa aa aa
ek thhi nindiya do thhe naina
raat ki jaayi shaam ki behna aa aa aa
raat ki jaayi shaam ki behna aa aa aa
raat ki jaayi shaam ki behna..aa


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day :

4368 Post No. : 15699

Main ik panchhi matwaalaa re …

In this case we have a ‘reverse’ ‘repetition of song’ of a Hindi movie, i.e. reverse repetition on our blog 😊 where the new song was posted first and older will be covered here. 😊

– The song has been posted on the blog under the movie ‘Mamta Ki Chhaaon Mein-1989’ and it has also been mentioned there that it was recorded for ‘Door Ka Raahi-1971’ …

1) When it was recorded for ‘Door Ka Raahi-1971’, Amit Kumar (born on 3rd July’1952) must be around 17-18 yrs old.

2) The songs/soundtracks listing of ‘Door Ka Raahi-1971’ included this song, which is also mentioned in HFGK, so technically we need to include this song, the recording which was done when the singer was ‘Amit Ganguly’, on the blog.

3) Then, this song has a second stanza (which TILL NOW has not been mentioned or posted on the blog) and the full song is given below.

4) When the same song was recorded for ‘Mamta Ki Chhaaon Mein-1989’, it was recorded again and it was not the same recording from ‘Door Ka Raahi-1971’. The age of Amit Kumar (now he was Amit Kumar) at the time of second recording must be around 32-34 yrs, so here the voice is more matured now and I think the ‘length of the ‘sur’s’ too.

5) The song in ‘Mamta Ki Chhaaon Mein-1989’ has an additional second stanza as given in this audio link. The link of this song and the earlier song has also been posted by our ‘passionate favorite’ team members, but so far, they do not mention about the second stanza: –

There is onlyone difference in the lyrics at one place highlighted in red.

‘ghor ghataa chhaaye, chaahye bijlee
daraayein’
‘ghor ghataa chhaaye, chaahye bijuri daraayein’


Song-Main ik panchhi matwaala re (Door Ka Raahi)(1971) Singer-Amit Kumar, Lyrics-Kishore Kumar, MD-Kishore Kumar

Lyrics

main ik panchhi matwaala re ae ae ae
matwaala aur niraala re ae
mera is duniyaa ke baagh mein
aanaa jaana re

main ik panchhi matwaala re ae ae ae
matwaala aur niraala re ae
mera is duniyaa ke baagh mein
aanaa jaana re

door gagan ka panchhi hoon main
door thhikaana mera aa
door gagan ka panchhi hoon main
door thhikaana mera aa
is bagiyaa ki daal pe mera
ik pal rain basera aa
hichkoley khaaun
chah-chahaaun
gungunaaun
baadlon ke sang sang
ud ud jaaun
main apne aap mein bhoolaa re
matwaala aur niraala re ae
mera is duniyaa ke baagh mein
aanaa jaana re

toofaanon ka paalaa hoon main
aandhiyon mein khelaa aa
toofaanon ka paalaa hoon main
aandhiyon mein khelaa aa
taan ke seenaa udoon gagan mein
har mushqil ko jhelaa aa
ghor ghataa chhaaye
chaahye bijlee daraayein
badhhtaa chaloon main
lehraaye bal khaaye ae
main dhoop chhaaon mein
khelaa re ae ae
matwaala aur niraala re ae
mera is duniyaa ke baagh mein
aanaa jaana re

mera is duniyaa ke baagh mein
aanaa jaana re
mera is duniyaa ke baagh mein
aanaa jaana re

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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मैं इक पंछी मतवाला रे ए ए ए
मतवाला और निराला रे
मेरा इस दुनिया के बाग़ मे
आना जाना रे

मैं इक पंछी मतवाला रे ए ए ए
मतवाला और निराला रे ए
मेरा इस दुनिया के बाग़ मे
आना जाना रे

दूर गगन का पंछी हूँ मैं
दूर ठिकाना मेरा आ
दूर गगन का पंछी हूँ मैं
दूर ठिकाना मेरा आ
इस बगिया की डाल पे मेरा
इक पल रेन बसेरा आ
हिचकोले खाऊं
चह चहाऊँ
गुनगुनाऊं
बादलों के संग संग
उड़ उड़ जाऊं
मैं अपने आप में भूला रे
मतवाला और निराला रे ए
मेरा इस दुनिया के बाग़ मे
आना जाना रे

तूफानों का पाला हूँ मैं
आँधियों में खेला आ
तूफानों का पाला हूँ मैं
आँधियों में खेला आ
तान के सीना उडूं गगन में
हर मुश्किल को झेला आ
घोर घटा छाये
चाहे बिजली डरायें
बढ़ता चलूँ मैं
लहराए बल खाए ए
मैं धुप छाँव में खेला रे ए
मतवाला और निराला रे ए
मेरा इस दुनिया के बाग़ मे
आना जाना रे
मेरा इस दुनिया के बाग़ मे
आना जाना रे
मेरा इस दुनिया के बाग़ मे
आना जाना रे


This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day: 4330 Post No.: 15624

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Bangla Song in Hindi Films-2
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‘Basu (Bhattacharya) used to be fired up by one-liners. He drew stories from one-line coming from his fertile mind’ thus said Rinki Roy Bhattacharya, daughter of Bimal Roy and the ex-wife of the late Basu Bhattacharya in an interview. After going through the interviews of Rinki Roy Bhattacharya and Gulzar who had been associated with Basu Bhattacharya, I have come with my own one-liner about Basu Bhattacharya. He made high quality films with low budget. His first film as a producer-director, ‘Uski Kahaani’ (1966) was made with a budget of Rs.one lakh only.

How did Basu Bhattacharya managed to produce and direct low budget films? Except the lead actors, he took his close friends as side actors, lyricists, music director and technicians with a tacit understanding that they will work within his low budget. And none of them seems to mind it as they kept their personal friendship above the professional relationship. He did not shoot the film in a studio but hired flats for shooting. For example, he majorly shot ‘Anubhav’ (1971) in Tanuja’s flat. ‘Aavishkar’ (1974) was majorly shot in his own flat at Khar.

Basu Bhattacharya (1934 -1997) was born in a priestly family in Kassim Bazar of Murshidabad district in West Bengal. From his teenage days, he was fond of watching films which led to his interest in film-related works. After watching Satyajit Ray’s ‘Aparajito’ (1956), he developed interest in film making. After the decline of New Theatres, some artists, technicians moved to Bombay (Mumbai) in early 1950s who were mostly accommodated either by Shashidhar Mukherjee of Filmistan or Bimal Roy. Basu Bhattacharya was so much influenced by Raj Kapoor’s films ‘Aawaara’ (1951) and ‘Shri 420’ (1956) that he came to Bombay (Mumbai) in 1956 with the sole intention of assisting Raj Kapoor. When his efforts to get entry into R K Studios failed, he joined Bimal Roy Productions as an Assistant to Bimal Roy for Madhumati (1958) and ‘Sujata’ (1959). He became the second unit Director for Bimal Roy’s film, ‘Parakh’ (1960).

During the making of ‘Parakh’ (1960), Basu Bhattacharya and Rinki Roy, Bimal Roy’s elder daughter developed liking for each other which was resented by her parents. After the completion of ‘Parakh’ (1960), Basu Bhattacharya left Bimal Roy Productions and became a free-lancer. Rinki Roy and Basu Bhattacharya got married in a court some time in 1963. Soon after the marriage, Basu Bhattachraya was entrusted with directing Shailendra’s maiden film, ‘Teesri Kasam’ (1966). With this film, Basu Bhattacharya got opportunity to direct Raj Kapoor to whom 10 years back, he was keen to assist him.

Basu Bhattacharya turned producer with the film ‘Uski Kahaani’ (1966) which he also directed. Thereafter, he concentrated his three films – a trilogy of marital discords in an urban setting – ‘Anubhav’ (1971), ‘Aavishkar’ (1974) and ‘Grih Pravesh’ (1979). All these films portray the struggle of the husband and wife to protect their marriage despite a third person entering into their married life. At the end, it is mutual realization that a happy home is the platform for a happy married life. In between, Basu Bhattacharya produced and directed ‘Tumhaara Kalloo’ (1975) which dealt with the importance of education in a village setting.

Basu Bhattacharya’s next film, ‘Anand Mahal’ (1977) was based on Badal Sarkar’s popular Bangla play, ‘Ballavpurer Roopkathaa’ which he produced and directed. The film was completed but remained unreleased. Dinesh Shankar Shailendra, younger son of the late Shailendra who was assisting Basu Bhattacharya in the film, very recently revealed on his facebook page that after editing work was over, Salil Chowdhury started composing background music. After completing the background music work, Salil Chowdhury told Basu Bhattacharya that it was a bad film which was shot like a play. He said that the release of the film would harm his reputation as a director. After listening to the flaws in the film in detail, Basu Bhattacharya accepted Salil Chowdhury’s advice and decided not to release the film.

During his life time, Basu Bhattacharya produced/directed around 15 films which included, in addition to those mentioned in the preceding paragraphs, ‘Daakoo’ (1975), ‘Sangat’ (1976), ‘Madhu Malti’ (1980), ‘Sparsh’ (1980), ‘Ek Saas Zindagi’ (1991) and ‘Aastha’ (1997) which was his last film. Although some of his films were critically acclaimed, almost all of his films did not fare well at the box office. His films, ‘Teesri Kasam’ (1966) and ‘Anubhav’ (1971) received National Awards for Best Film and the Second-Best Film respectively.

While Basu Bhattacharya produced three films on marital discord, his own married life with Rinki Roy Bhattacharya was in doldrum for domestic violence. There are details available in the interview of his ex-wife in the public domain. I feel that Basu Bhattacharya had split personalities – as a film director and as a husband.

Basu Bhattacharya left for the heavenly abode on 27/08/1997.

‘Anubhav’ (1971) was Basu Bhattacharya’s first film of the trilogy of marital discords. The film was made with the assistance of Film Corporation of India (now National Film Development Corporation). The cast included Sanjeev Kumar and Tanuja in lead roles as married couple with Dinesh Thakur as the third person and A K Hangal as the man servant in the household of the couple.

As per Rinki Roy Bhattacharya’s interview, the film started with Pran and Tanuja in the lead role. Some scenes were already shot with Pran. However, after watching the rushes of shots, Basu Bhattacharya decided that the role of an office going husband did not suit Pran. So, he was replaced with Sanjeev Kumar.

I had watched the film many years back (probably on TV) but I failed to recall sequential progression of the story of the film especially as to how the film ended. Recently, I watched the film with HD quality DVD on one of the video sharing platforms. Wow! What a film. After ‘Pyaasa’ (1957), I have immensely enjoyed watching this film in Black and White photography. I feel that the film would not have looked cinematically great if it was made in colour.

‘Anubhav’ (1971) is the story of Meeta (Tanuja), the lonely wife of the workaholic Amar (Sanjeev Kumar) who is the editor of a newspaper. There is not much time for Meeta for the companionship of her husband as he leaves for office early morning and returns late in the night fully exhausted. The one dialogue of Meeta in the film sums up her position in the house when she says to Amar that she felt as if she has been staying in a hotel with all the comforts but nothing for her to do.

She starts rediscovering herself. The first thing she does is that she removes all her servants except Hari (A K Hangal) so that she can keep herself busy with her household work. Now, she is the real in charge of her home. She is able to persuade Amar to spend more time in the house. He hosts parties in the house. Thus, Meeta is able to make him understand the joy of marital bliss.

When things were moving in the right direction for Amar and Meeta, one day, Shashi Bhushan (Dinesh Thakur) comes to meet Meeta without any prior intimation. He was Meeta’s first lover to whom she has forgotten after her marriage. In fact, he has come to get her recommendation for a job at Amar’s office where he has given an interview. He has no intention of reviving his love interest when Meeta seems to be very happy with her married life. She refuses to recommend his case by telling him that she does not interfere in Amar’s office matters. However, Shashi Bhushan does get a job at Amar’s office and in due course of time, he becomes his right- hand man.

When Amar comes to know about the past of Shashi being a lover of Meeta, his male ego creates a storm in their married life. Some time the discord in their married life is open in the presence of Shashi who often visits Amar in his house for office related work. At last, Amar in the fists of anger asks Shashi to resign from the job. But Shashi has already decided to leave the job when he comes to know that he has become the reason for marital discord between Amar and Meeta. When Amar reads the resignation letter of Shashi, he has change of heart. He rejects his resignation letter and ask him to continue the work.

After the resignation drama, there is an apt dialogue between Shashi and Amar. Shashi says ‘mujhe pataa nahin, beeta huwa kal aaj hamaare beech kaisa aa gaya.’ (I don’t know how our bygone days have come between us in our present-day life). To which Amar says ‘beeta huwa kal aaj hamaare beech tab hi aata hai jab hum aaj ko puri tarah se jee nahi paate’. (Bygone days between us comes only when we are not able to enjoy fully our present-day life). The film ends with a positive note clearing all the misunderstanding between Amar, Meeta and Shashi and Meeta giving news to Amar of her pregnancy.

The film has been nicely produced with excellence in almost all the major aspects of the film – direction, acting, dialogues, photography, music etc. The background music in the film has been innovatively done with signature tune of Aakashvani and songs being played in the radio etc. I could faintly hear a Bangla song and a Hindi film song, taash ke baawan patte as part of background music.

Another highlight of the film is the excellent picturization of 4 melodious songs set to music by Kanu Roy with a minimal orchestration. I liked the picturization of one of the film’s songs, meri jaan mujhe jaan na kaho. It is to the credit of Basu Bhattacharya that such a romantic song has been picturised just at one place – at one of the closed windows of the house with the background of heavy rains outside the house. With this song, he has proved that an intense romantic mood in the song can be picturised without going to outdoor shooting or even to Switzerland as Yash Chopra may have done with similar situation. And what a play of words by Gulzar! The words ‘jaan’ has been used both as ‘love’ as well as ‘life’.

All the 4 songs of ‘Anubhav’ (1971) have been covered in the Blog. But there is one more song, a Bangla song ‘sedin dujone dulechhinu bone’, a Tagore song which is rendered by and picturised on Subir Sen. The occasion is a party hosted by Amar in his house in which Subir Sen, (in the role of Subir Sen, the singer) is also invited. The lyrics and the tune are by Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore which he composed in 1922. In this song, no orchestration has been used except the harmonium.

I have taken the lyrics, Hindi poetic translation and English translation of the song from http://www.geetbatin.com. I was surprised to note that the Hindi poetic translation was composed in the same metre as Tagore Song. So one can sing Hindi translated song in the tune used for Bangla song.

S D Burman has used the tune of this Tagore song in naina deewaane ek nahin maane from the film ‘Afsar’ (1950).

Acknowledgements for the sources of information on Basu Bhattacharya: (1) Interview of Rinki Roy Bhattacharya by Sonal Pandya published in ‘Cinestan’, Feb 04, 2018 and (2) Interview of Gulzar published in a old issue of ‘Filmfare’, republished in https://tanqeed.com/

Video Clip:

Song-Sedin dujone dulechhinu bone (Anubhav)(1971) Singer-Subir Sen, Lyrics-Rabindranath Tagore, MD-Rabindranath Tagore

Lyrics (Sourced from http://www.geetbitan.com)
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sedin dujone dulechhinu bone
phulodore bandhaa jhulonaa
sei sritituku kobhu khone khone
jeno jaage mone bhulo na
bhulo na
bhulo na..aa
sedin dujone dulechhinu bone
phulodore baandhaa jhulonaa
se din baatase chhilo tumi jaano
aamari monero prolapo joraano,
se din baatase chhilo tumi jaano
aamari monero prolapo joraano,
aakashe aakashe aachhilo chhoraano
tomaro haasiro tulona
bhulo na
bhulo na
bhulo na
sedin dujone dulechhinu bone
phulodore baandhaa jhulonaa

jete jete paathe poornima raate
chaand uthechhilo gaagone
dekha hoyechhilo tomaate aamate
ki jaani ki mahalagone
ekhon aamar bela naahi aar….

Lines not covered in the song

bohibo ekaaki birohero bhaar –
Bnaadhinu je raakhi porane tomar se
raakhi khulo na khulo na

——————————–
Hindi Poetic Translation
(Sourced from http://www.geetbitan.com)
———————————–
वो दिन सुहाना-फुलडोर-बंधे
झूले थे हम वन में झूलना ॥
छोटी-मोटी वो यादें मन में जो जागे
पल वो हम कभी भूले-ना, भूलें-ना ॥

उस दिन हवा में, तुमने भी माना
पागल-वन मेरे, मन का सामाना ।
नीले नीले नभ ने, हरष छा जाता,
तेरे ही हँसी की तुलना ।
भूलो ना, भूलो ना, भूलो ना ॥

राह पे हमराही रात पूनम थी,
चांद चमका नभ में
न जाने वो कौन सी महालगन में
हम ओर तुम थे मिले

(जब) चांद चमकता नभ पे
अब वो बेला बीत चली
बार विरह के सहुं अकेले ।
जो राखी बांधे मैंने प्राण संग तेरे
वो राखी खुले ना, खुले ना, भुले ना ॥

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English Translation (Sourced from http://www.geetbitan.com)
——————————

We had had a swing in the forest on the other day,
It was a swing adorned with garlands.
Wish we do not lose that tiny remembrance which looms about every now and then.

The air was filled with, you know, the meaningless words of my mind,
The sky (was) sprinkled with samples of your smile.
The moon was seen to rise in the sky on the full-moon day while strolling.
Just have no idea of the divine moment on which we had had met each other.

Now I have no time left, and will bear the feeling of solitude alone in myself-

(Please be kind enough) Not to shed the friendship band that (I had) tied with your soul.


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Blog Day :

4293 Post No. : 15546

“Preetam” (1971) was produced and directed by Bhappie Sonie. The movie had Shammi Kapoor, Vinod Khanna, Leena Chandavarkar, Helen, Raj Mehra, Tiwari, Anwar Hussain, Manmohan, Siddhu, Malika, Urmila Bhatt, Raj Kishore, Ravikant, Daya Devi, Shyam, Dhanraj, Robert Slater, Birbal, Naaz, Dhumal, Mehmood etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Five songs from the movie have been covered in the past.

Here are the details of these songs:-

S N Song Song number in blog Date of posting
1 Insaaf huaa duniya se ae yaar safaachat 8400 23-July-2013
2 Chaal suhaani haay baat raseeli haay 8655 7-Sep-2013
3 Haay dil laga to aisa laga 8839 15-Oct-2013
4 Sher se ladne aayi dekho shahar ki ik billi 14573 14-Aug-2018
5 Ham bhi shikaari tum bhi shikaari 14610 29-Aug-2018

Here is the sixth and final song from “Preetam”(1971) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Manna Dey. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shankar Jaikishan.

The first song from the movie to appear in the blog was a Manna Dey song as well. Like that song, this song too is picturised on Mehmood. Here he is seen with Naaz. While commenting on that song, I had observed that

Listening to the song, it is clear that the dance and music is inspired from “Gumnaam” (1965) and the lyrics are somewhat inspired from “Padosan” (1968). Based on the above, I guessed that the music director must be Shankar Jaikishan and the lyricist must be Rajinder Krishan. On checking up, I was proved right !

The above observations apply on this song as well. 🙂

In the start of the song, there are some words that I guess are in Tamil. I request our knowledgeable readers to help correct those lyrics wherever applicable.

With this song, all the songs of “Preetam”(1971) are covered in the blog and the movie joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Hamne ye soch kar pyaar kiya (Preetam)(1971) Singer-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics

ni na nikre
na ayogya
adoob tappu
na unmayi khaad nikre
ney shikhre
ney shikhre
mutaam kudu

humne ye sochkar pyaar kiya
humne ye sochkar pyaar kiya
pyaar se achcha koi kaam nahin
ayyo amma
pyaar se achcha koi kaam nahin
ayyo amma
humne ye sochkar pyaar kiya
haaye
humne ye sochkar pyaar kiyaa aa

thhodi si yek din
humne sharaab pee li
aane laga jo maza
to behisaab pee li
thhodi si yek din
humne sharaab peeli
aane laga jo maza
to behisaab peeli
toota khumaar jab
aaya khayaal tab
aankhon se yaar ne jo
mujhko pilaayi thhi
aisi sharaab koi
aisa koi jaam nahin
nahin nahin nahin nahin
nahin nahin nahin nahin
humne ye sochkar pyaar kiya
humne ye sochkar pyaar kiya
pyaar se achcha koi kaam nahin
ayyo amma
pyaar se achcha koi kaam nahin
ayyo amma
humne ye sochkar pyaar kiyaaa

yek deewaane se ye humne sawaal kiya
soorat bana li kaisi
kaisa ye haal kiya
paav
ayyo paav
yek deewaane se ye humne sawaal kiya
soorat bana li kaisi
kaisa ye haal kiya
bola fakeer hoon
phir bhi ameer hoon
duniya ko bech ke
pyaar khareeda maine
banda hoon pyaar ka
kisi ka ghulam nahin
nahin nahin nahin nahin nahin
nahin nahin nahin
humne ye sochkar pyaar kiya
haaye
humne ye sochkar pyaar kiya aa
pyaar se achcha koi kaam nahin
ayyo amma
pyaar se achcha koi kaam nahin
ayyo amma
humne ye sochkar pyaar kiya
haaye
humne ye sochkar pyaar kiya aa
nahin nahin nahin nahin
nahin nahin nahin nahin
ayyo ayyo ayyo gauri ayyo


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