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#Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 87 # Jeewan Sangraam-1974 #
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Every year we celebrate our Republic Day on 26th January and Independence Day on 15th August.
This year we celebrated our our 70th Republic Day on 26th January (26.01.2019)and 73rd Independence Day on 15th august 2019.

Hearts of Indians are naturally filled with pride and enthusiasm on such occasions. It is also natural that we are reminded of the many ‘patriotic songs’ on these occasions- they could be from Hindi movies or non-film songs.

This year our Atul ji posted a very nice song and an appropriate article on the occasion. I enjoyed this song and, in the process, also browsed the blog for the other songs which I do remember whenever we celebrate our Independence Day and Republic Day. These songs always bring back those memories when I was a school going boy.

We used to get ready very early in the morning and after the flag hoisting at school and ‘prabhat-pheri’ up to the ‘gram panchayat’ school we again used to attend the flag hoisting ceremony at our colony club ground where the general function would take place for all employees (of the state electricity board) and their families. The distribution of sweets after the program was also a big attraction for us children then.

This time on both the occasions i.e. on Independence Day and Republic Day I could not send a song or a post from my side for the blog. But then I was thinking that is it necessary that we post patriotic songs on these two occasions only?
There are many other special occasions too where we have birth anniversaries and Remembrance Day of the leaders who lead the ‘freedom struggle’ and laid their lives for the freedom, even though they followed different thought process and different line of action to reach their goals.

Yesterday 28th September 2019 was the birth anniversary of one of the most loved martyrs of our country Bhagat Singh. And we remember him on his anniversary and paid our tributes as possible in our own ways.

We do always remember our ‘freedom struggle’ and the ‘hard earned freedom very much and ‘WE’ value it every day.
And may be in the history of our ‘freedom struggle’ it is possible that not a single day was without the fight and sacrifice by our countrymen.

Similarly, our armed forces guarding our borders have to fight every day to secure our borders and foil any attempt against our country by those who want to disturb peace in our country.

And even though we are busy with our daily routine our heart is always with our armed forces who are securing our borders and delivering their duties in the most difficult conditions and delivering their best in the many adverse conditions be it weather or other created circumstantial difficulties time to time, and many times sacrificing their lives whenever it is required so.

I remember one song from Marathi movies ‘sainik ho tumchaysaathi’ which is very close to my feelings that I have mentioned above and also those which I am unable to express in words. This song is just perfect to express those feelings.

(This is from the Marathi movie ‘Paahu Kiti Re Vaat-1963’, of which the lyrics are written by G.D. Madgulkar and it was composed by Datta Davjekar. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle)
The lyrics are in Marathi and are given with the YT link above, so I am not reproducing them here. I am also not trying to translate it because I feel I will not be able to do that perfectly, except the last three lines;

“रक्षिता तुम्ही स्वातंत्र्या प्राणांस घेउनी हाती
तुम्च्यास्तव आमुची लक्ष्मी तुम्च्यास्तव शेतीभाती
एकट्या शिपायासाठी झुरतात अंतरे कोटि”

You protect our freedom exposing your lives to danger
Our prosperity is because of you
Our livelihood (farms and crops) are because of you
Billions of hearts yearns/flounders for every soldier

And, why I am mentioning this above is that many times, I and may be all of us have to go through these feelings and even helplessly we cannot we do anything except reading in the news and expressing our solidarity with our forces whenever there are attacks or commotion on our borders, or other domestic problems where to control the situations our forces are deployed, and while doing so they have to sacrifice their lives…

But our soldiers who are there protecting us are braver then we think, just see this ‘tweet’(which was on tweeter recently) by an army Officer after one of our Officer was captivated by our neighboring country after the attacks on our CRPF Jawans in February this year , and we all were praying for his safe return …

“Dear Friends, things happen. It’s a War… don’t feel disheartened. Indian Armed Forces are capable to take on any mission! Cheer Up… Chin Up… Keep the josh HIGH Just stand UNITED and behind your soldiers, their families and veteran. They will NEVER EVER disappoint YOU Jai Hind”

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So the spirit of our armed forces and people is always there to protect our country and fight for the country even if it requires of sacrificing of our lives.

Our love and concern for our motherland is always there. We are proud of our history, culture, heritage, and the stories of bravery and valor that will continue to inspire the coming generations.
And, if we have a movie on such historical incidence it has to be here on the blog and that is the reason for this post today.

Many of us (I consider people of my age here) may be remembering to have read about ‘Koma Gata Maru’ in the textbooks of history while in schools. (I am not aware if all those incidences of history which I read in my school days are still included in the today’s school curriculum).

Well, here is a brief about ‘Koma Gata Maru’…

Koma Gata Maru or S.S. Koma Gata Maru a Japanese steamship was hired by Gurudit Singh or Baba Gurdit Singh who was a businessman in Hong Kong.
It sailed on 04.04.1914 from Hong Kong to Coal Harbor, Vancouver and anchored there on 23.05.1914.
What inspired Gurudit Singh can be mentioned in this idea that “The visions of men are widened by travel and contacts with citizens of a free country will infuse a spirit of independence and foster yearnings for freedom in the minds of the emasculated subjects of alien rule”

The ship was to carrying around 346 passengers to Canada who want to immigrate there. However, the strict Canadian immigration laws doesn’t allow them to embark there and the ship was sailed back to Calcutta.
Gurdit Singh was aware of the discriminatory Canadian laws for the south Asians, however India under British rule then and Indians being a British subject he challenged the Canadian laws. The ship was hulled in the sea for almost two months and later on forcefully sailed back to India (on 23.07.1914) except twenty peoples were allowed to enter Canada. This incident has gone down as a shameful incident in the history of Canada.

When the ship sailed back to India and docked at the Budge Budge dockyard at Calcutta the Britishers who by now were known of the revolutionary intent of the people in the ship mostly Sikhs attacked them with Bullets and many people were killed in this incident while the leaders were successful to escape and enter India.

In India, the ‘Koma Gata Maru’ memorial was set up near Budge Budge, Calcutta in 1952 which was inaugurated by our first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru.
In 2014 government of India issued two special coins, INR 5 and INR 100, to mark the centenary of the Komagata Maru incident.

In Canada a monument in remembrance of the Komagata Maru incident was unveiled in July 23, 2012 near the steps of the seawall that lead up to the Vancouver Convention Centre West Building in Coal Harbour.
A stamp commemorating the 100th anniversary of the arrival of Komagata Maru was released by Canada Post on May 1, 2014.

(source of information – Wikipedia and many articles available in Canadian media, official website of Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Canadian Encyclopedia, Ottawa Citizen etc.)

Today’s movie ‘Jeewan Sangram-1974’ was made on this subject.

And how I became aware of this movie and its song also has story behind it.

I always vaguely remembered to have watched a movie with my Uncle in my childhood days titled ‘Sangram’ having actor Shashi Kapoor.
The other thing I vaguely remember which always keep me haunting with this movie name was Shashi Kapoor tied in ropes and many people surrounding him and he is trying to pull the ropes and fighting with them.

Over the years this image could not erase from my memory. And from the movie name which I had in my mind I imagine that the hero is struggling for something or may be his life has become a ‘Sangram’.

As I grow, I keep searching for this movie for many years. After coming into contact with this blog and getting more familiar to internet and continued searching, I finally came to know that the movie is not ‘Sangram’ but it is ‘Jeewan Sangram’.

Then I started looking for this movie or its songs. There was not a single song from this movie which was popular or which I remember to have listened to anywhere. Even I think this movie may not have been a successful movie of its time.

Well, as few years passed, I found one song available on YouTube which was picturised on Manmohan (and I was planning for an article on him …). Then one day I find this today’s song and listened to its one part (that time I think only one part was available) and then forgotten again.

Finally, months back when I checked this song again and realized that this song is a song praising our ‘mother land’ and love for the country, or this was a ‘patriotic song’ to put it straight.

Now coming to the image that I had in my mind since my childhood. Well I watched this movie online and there is no such scene in this movie, where Shashi Kapoor is tied with ropes.

However, there is one scene in the end of the movie where Arjun Singh (Shashi Kapoor) himself come out and face bullets from all corners where the Police has already been waiting for him to surrender, but he embraces death to make people awake and thinking that his sacrifice will inspire people to fight the Britishers. (So, one can understand how deep impact this scene has on my impressionable mind then, and it kept haunting me all these years 🙂 )

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As I watched this movie in parts and not at one go, I keep noting many things which I would like to share for information only.

The movie starts with the following offerings;

“The makers of this movie offer their homage to Baba Gurdit Singh whose courage and vision steered S.S. Koma Gata Maru back to Indian Shores.
Baba Sohan Singh Bhakna – Founder-President of the Ghadar Party (in California USA) – an undisputed leader of the early revolutionaries.
Kartar Singh Sarabha – Stormy petrel of the Indian Revolution. Fearless Fire-brand who was sentenced to death at the tender age of nineteen only.
And those thousands of others, who like the hero of our film, gave of their utmost to their motherland, but whom history has cruelly ignored…”

And that gives us an idea of the storyline of this movie.

The movie starts with 29th September 1914, Budge Budge dockyard Calcutta where the ship ‘S.S.Koma Gata Maru’ carrying Indians abroad reached from Canada, where entry to these peoples was denied.

After the titles we are introduced by the commentator …

“Door deshon se aaye huye ye wo kaumi parwaane hain, jo desh ke liye apna sab kuchh lutaakar Bharat ko aazaad karaane ke liye aaye
Duniya ki sabse badi sultanat ke khilaaf baghaawat ka jhanda lehraate huye, inn muthhi bhar janbaazon ne, jaise hi apne desh ki dharti par qadam rakhaa to inka swaagat … (goliyon se huaa)” …

The leader of these Baba Gurdit Singh Sandhu from Sarhali and other patriots were also involved in ‘Ghadar Party’ activities to fight with the British and make India free from Britishers.
Baba Gurdit Singh’s initial idea that “The visions of men are widened by travel and contacts with citizens of a free country will infuse a spirit of independence and foster yearnings for freedom in the minds of the emasculated subjects of alien rule” lead him to gather patriotic Indians from abroad whom he want to take to Canada, however entry to all of them was denied and they were sent back to Calcutta. Reaching Calcutta all these leaders and their associates were attacked by British resulting brutal killings of many and arrests of many, except Baba Gurdit Singh, Baba Nidhan Singh and Arjun Singh who fled away.
After this the main protagonist in the movie Arjun Singh (Shashi Kapoor) with Baba Nidhan Singh and Sachin Sanyal continue the cause of Ghadar Party and preparations for the mutiny in ‘British Indian Army’ which is planned for 21st Feb’1915.
However British Police lured one of the activists who becomes informer for them and the mutiny is advanced for 19th Feb.
Here I would stop myself from detailing of what happens next 😊 the movie is available online and those who are interested to watch it may watch it at least once. (I watched it full once and then repeat for many parts during the preparation of this article.)

The tagline in the posters of this movie mentioned it as ‘The flaming story of a people’s revolt against tyranny’

I also like the dialogues in this movie and why not after all they are written by Gulzar and Qamar Jalalabadi.

“Marna bhala hai uska, jo apne liye jiye,
Jeeta hai wo, jo mar chuka hai desh ke liye”

Arjun Singh (Shashi Kapoor) says this to Baba Nidhan Singh insisting him to allow to go to Calcutta to meet Sachin Sanyal instead of Baba Nidhan Singh going there and endangering his life.

The most interesting and introspecting dialogues are between Om Shivpuri and Shashi Kapoor.
As police gets the information and they start following Arjun Singh (Shashi Kapoor) from Calcutta in train and Arjun Singh after a scuffle and fight with them gets injured and jumped into a river and finally landing in the ‘khema’ where Om Shivpuri is the leader who has seen the 1857 revolution and how the infighting, treachery and back-stabbing among ourselves helped the British. He has lost all the hopes of people rising again to fight the British.

Ye ajeeb naashukaron ka desh hai beta
Ajeeb bujhdil hai yahaan ke log

Arjun Singh’s reply is;

Is desh ki haalat
In logon ki khudgarzi
Mujhse chhuppi nahin hai
Lekin ye khudgarzi, ye loot-khasot jab aakhri had ko pahunch jaati hai tabhi inquilaab ka waqt aata hai, aur aaj …aaj wo waqt aa gaya hai.

Seeing hope in Arjun Singh, Om Shivpuri extends support to Arjun Singh in the cause of ‘freedom’ …

Further story is how all these patriots fights the British till their end …

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‘’Jeewan Sangraam-1974’ was produced and directed by Rajbans Khanna for his home production ‘Rajbans Pictures, Bombay’.

Rajbhans Khanna also wrote the story of this movie.

It had Shashi Kapoor, Radha Saluja, Om Shivpuri, Iftekhar, Jalal Agha, Asit Sen, Manmohan, Murad, Tarun Bose, Padma Khanna, Ram Mohan, Tun Tun, Laj Bedi, Kishan Mehta, Gopal Bhatnagar, Abhimanyu Sharma, Yash Kumar, Dhanna, Kamal Deep, Meena Chitnis, Paresh Nanda, Om Sahani, Sujata, Sudhir Thakkar, Sunil Chakravarty, Bhag Singh, Fatima, and Monika Gupta.

Editing of this movie was done by Das Dhaimade.

Screenplay and Dialogues of this movie were written by Gulzar and Qamar Jalalabadi.

This movie had total four songs (including one ‘three-part’ song i.e. the today’s song).
Lyrics of these songs were written by Indeewar (two songs), and Gulzar and M.G. Hashmat had written one song each.
Lata Mangeshkar, Asha Bhonsle, Usha Mangeshkar, Mahendra Kapoor, Chanchal gave their voices to the songs in this movie.
Music for this movie was composed by Kalyanji-Anandji.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 30.12.1974.

Let us now enjoy the today’s song sung by Narendra Chanchal and composed by Kalyanji-Anandji. Lyrics are by M.G. Hashmat.
As I have mentioned above earlier, I thought this song was only one part, but then I find second part and when checked through HFGK Vol-V (1971-80) it mentioned this song as a ‘three part’ song. I found audio for the first part with an extra stanza which, I think, was not included in the movie. I already had located videos of other two parts except the first part. Later on, I also found the video for the first part of this song. I am thankful to all the uploaders who have uploaded this movie and its songs on YouTube.

(This song appears in the movie at the following timings as given below)
00:00:39 to 00:03:16 (part-I)
00:05:44 to 00:06:17 (chorus, mukhda)
00:07:50 to 00:08:10 (mukhda, chorus)
01:06:01 to 01:07:02 (chorus, mukhda)
01:24:11 to 01:26:08 (part-II)
02:04:51 to 02:07:07 (part-III)

The ‘Koma Gata Maru’ incident in history took place on 29th September 1914 and today is 29th September 2019. One hundred and five years have passed to this incident.
But grateful nation always remembers its martyrs and all those known and unknown who have fought for the freedom of India.
Every small incident in our history of freedom struggle is a source of great inspiration for the coming generations, and all those stories of courage, valor and sacrifice needs to be passed on to them by every Indian in his lifetime.

Let us now listen to the today’s song in the special and unforgettable voice of Narendra Chanchal who has rendered it very soulfully …

With this today’s song “Jeewan Sangraam-1974” makes a debut on the blog!!

(Note- Thanks to our Sudhir ji who hold this post shared by me in March this year and advised me that we should present it on the anniversary of the ‘Koma Gata Maru’ incident i.e. on 29th September today).

Video (Part I)

Video (Part II)

Video (part III)

(Audio version)

Song-Meri zindagi tumhaare pyaar pe qurbaan ho (Jeewan Sangraam)(1974) Singer-Narendra Chanchal, Lyrics-M G Hashmat, MD-Kalyanji Anandji
Chorus

Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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Part I
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Aa aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa aa

Meri zindagi tumhaare ae ae
Pyaar pe qurbaan ho
Meri zindagi tumhaare ae ae
Pyaar pe qurbaan ho

Main sar utthha ke jee sakoon
Main sar utthha ke ae jee sakoon
Meri maut mein bhi shaan ho
Meri zindagi tumhaare ae ae
Pyaar pe qurbaan ho
Aa aa aa
Aa aa aa
Aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa aa

O o o o
Tere ehsaanon ke aage
Har qurbaani kam hai
Maa
Har qurbaani kam hai ae ae ae
Har qurbaani kam hai
O o zanjeeron mein jakdi hai tu
Iskaa mujhko gham hai maa
Iskaa mujhko gham hai ae ae ae
Iskaa mujhko gham hai
Ho o o o o
todoonga main ae ae ye zanjeerein
Aa aa aa aa aa
todoonga main ye zanjeerein
Badloonga bigdi taqdeerein
Sah naa sakoon apmaan ko
Meri zindagi tumhaare ae ae
Aa aa aa aa aa
Pyaar pe qurbaan ho
Aa aa aa aa aa
Meri zindagi tumhaare ae ae
Aa aa aa aa aa
Pyaar pe qurbaan ho
Aa aa aa aa

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Part II
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Chhod mujhe ae kyon chal di aye maa aa
Tujh bin kaun hai mera aa
Tere binaa ye saara aa jeewan
Ab to lagega aa andhera
Tujh se bichhad ke
Tadap rahaa hoon
Bin manzil ke ae bhatak rahaa hoon
Andhiyaare mein ae ae ae
Jyot jagaa de ae
Jyot ki dil mein ae
aag lagaa de ae
Poora karoon armaan ko
Meri zindagi tumhaare ae ae
Hmm hmm hmm
Pyaar pe qurbaan ho
Hmm hmm hmm
Meri zindagi tumhaare ae ae
Hmm hmm hmm
Pyaar pe qurbaan ho
Hmm hmm hmm

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Part III
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Meri zindagi tumhaare ae ae ae
Pyaar pe qurbaan ho
Main sar uthha ke ji sakoon
Meri maut mein bhi shaan ho

Ho o o o o o
Ho o o o o o
Ho o o o o o
O o o o o o o
O o o o o o o

Ho o o o
Ek marey Bharat ka beta
Laakh ubhar ke aayen ae ae ae
Laakh ubhar ke aayen
O o o
Aag ke sholey bankar lapken
Zulmon se takraayen
Zulmon se takraayen
Ho o o o
Qurbaani ko o o o
chali toliyaan
Qurbaani ko chali toliyaan
Qurbaani ko chali toliyaan
Khoon se khelen veer holiyaan
Jawaan iraade jhuk naa paaye
Baaghi dariya ruk naa paaye
Baaghi dariya ruk naa paaye
Jo bhi huaa aa aa Shaheed watan par
Roop badal kar phir aayega
Todega Bharat ke bandhan
Yahi taraana dohraayega
Yahi taraana dohraayega
Aa aa aa aa
Poojoon quami nishaan ko
Meri zindagi tumhaare ae ae ae
Pyaar pe qurbaan ho

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Audio Version
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Aa aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa aa

Meri zindagi tumhaare ae ae
Pyaar pe qurbaan ho
Meri zindagi tumhaare ae ae
Pyaar pe qurbaan ho

Main sar utthha ke jee sakoon
Main sar utthha ke ae jee sakoon
Meri maut mein bhi shaan ho
Meri zindagi tumhaare ae ae
Pyaar pe qurbaan ho
Aa aa aa
Aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa aa

Ho o o
pyaar ko toone janam diya hai
Pyaar amar ho tera aa Maa
Pyaar amar ho tera aa aa aa
Pyaar amar ho tera aa
O o o isi pyaar ki laaj bachaana
Deen dharam hai mera Maa
Deen dharam hai mera aa aa aa
Deen dharam hai mera
O o o o
Jo bhi tujhpe ae aankh uthhaaye
Aa aa aa aa aa
Jo bhi tujhpe ae aankh uthhaaye
Wo mera dushman kehlaaye
Le loon uski jaan ko
Meri zindagi tumhaare ae ae
Pyaar pe qurbaan ho
Aa aa aa
Aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa aa

O o o o
Tere ehsaanon ke aage
Har qurbaani kam hai ae
Maa
Har qurbaani kam hai ae ae ae
Har qurbaani kam hai
O o zanjeeron mein jakdi hai tu
Iskaa mujhko gham hai maa
Iskaa mujhko gham hai ae ae ae
Iskaa mujhko gham hai
Ho o o o o todoonga main ae ae
ye zanjeerein
Aa aa aa aa aa
todoonga main ye zanjeerein
Badloonga bigdi taqdeerein
Sah naa sakun apmaan ko
Meri zindagi tumhaare ae ae
Aa aa aa aa aa
Pyaar pe qurbaan ho
Aa aa aa aa aa
Meri zindagi tumhaare ae ae
Aa aa aa aa aa
Pyaar pe qurbaan ho
Aa aa aa aa aa

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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(भाग – १) (द्रुक-श्राव्य कड़ी के आधार पर)
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आ आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ

मेरी ज़िन्दगी तुम्हारे ए ए
प्यार पे कुर्बान हो
मेरी ज़िन्दगी तुम्हारे ए ए
प्यार पे कुर्बान हो

मैं सर उठा के जी सकूँ
मैं सर उठा के ए जी सकूँ
मेरी मौत में भी शान हो
मेरी ज़िन्दगी तुम्हारे ए ए
प्यार पे कुर्बान हो
आ आ आ
आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ

ओ ओ ओ ओ
तेरे एहसानों के आगे
हर कुर्बानी कम है ए
माँ
हर कुर्बानी कम है ए ए ए
हर कुर्बानी कम है
ओ ओ जंजीरों में जकड़ी है तू
इसका मुझको ग़म है माँ
इसका मुझको ग़म है ए ए ए
इसका मुझको ग़म है
हो ओ ओ ओ ओ तोडूंगा मैं ये जंजीरें
आ आ आ आ आ
तोडूंगा मैं ये जंजीरें
बदलूँगा बिगड़ी तकदीरें
सह ना सकूँ अपमान को
मेरी ज़िन्दगी तुम्हारे ए ए
आ आ आ आ आ
प्यार पे कुर्बान हो
आ आ आ आ आ
मेरी ज़िन्दगी तुम्हारे ए ए
आ आ आ आ आ
प्यार पे कुर्बान हो
आ आ आ आ आ
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(भाग – २ )
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छोड़ मुझे ए क्यों चल दी अय माँ आ
तुझ बिन कौन है मेरा आ
तेरे बिना ये सारा आ जीवन
अब तो लगेगा आ अँधेरा
तुझ से बिछड़ के
तड़प रहा हूँ
बिन मंजिल के ए भटक रहा हूँ
अंधियारे में ए ए ए
ज्योत जगा दे ए
ज्योत की दिल में ए आग लगा दे ए
पूरा करूँ अरमान को
मेरी ज़िन्दगी तुम्हारे ए ए
ह्म ह्म ह्म
प्यार पे कुर्बान हो
ह्म ह्म ह्म
मेरी ज़िन्दगी तुम्हारे ए ए
ह्म ह्म ह्म
प्यार पे कुर्बान हो
ह्म ह्म ह्म
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(भाग – ३ )
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मेरी ज़िन्दगी तुम्हारे ए ए
प्यार पे कुर्बान हो
मैं सर उठा के जी सकूँ
मेरी मौत में भी शान हो
हो ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ
हो ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ
हो ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ
ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ
ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ

हो ओ ओ ओ
एक मरे भारत का बेटा
लाख उभर के आये ए ए ए
लाख उभर के आये
ओ ओ ओ
आग के शोले बनकर लपके
ज़ुल्मों से टकरायें
ज़ुल्मों से टकरायें
हो ओ ओ ओ
कुर्बानी को ओ ओ ओ चली टोलियाँ
कुर्बानी को चली टोलियाँ
कुर्बानी को चली टोलियाँ
खून से खेलें वीर होलियाँ
जवान इरादे झुक ना पाए
बाग़ी दरिया रुक ना पाए
बाग़ी दरिया रुक ना पाए
जो भी हुआ आ आ शहीद वतन पर
रूप बदल कर फिर आएगा
तोड़ेगा भारत के बंधन
यही तराना दोहराएगा
यही तराना दोहराएगा
आ आ आ आ
पूजूं क़ौमी निशान को
मेरी ज़िन्दगी तुम्हारे ए ए ए
प्यार पे कुर्बान हो

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(पहले भाग का श्रवण कड़ी के अनुसार दिया गया पहला अतिरिक्त अंतरा जो फिल्म में शामिल नहीं किया गया ऐसा प्रतीत होता है)
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आ आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ

मेरी ज़िन्दगी तुम्हारे ए ए
प्यार पे कुर्बान हो
मेरी ज़िन्दगी तुम्हारे ए ए
प्यार पे कुर्बान हो

मैं सर उठा के जी सकूँ
मैं सर उठा के ए जी सकूँ
मेरी मौत में भी शान हो
मेरी ज़िन्दगी तुम्हारे ए ए
प्यार पे कुर्बान हो
आ आ आ
आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ

हो ओ ओ
प्यार को तूने जनम दिया है
प्यार अमर हो तेरा आ माँ
प्यार अमर हो तेरा आ आ आ
प्यार अमर हो तेरा आ
ओ ओ ओ
इसी प्यार की लाज बचाना
दीन धरम है मेरा माँ
दीन धरम है मेरा आ आ आ
दीन धरम है मेरा
ओ ओ ओ
जो भी तुझपे ए आँख उठाए
आ आ आ आ आ
जो भी तुझपे आँख उठाए
वो मेरा दुश्मन कहलाये
ले लूं उसकी जान को
मेरी ज़िन्दगी तुम्हारे ए ए
प्यार पे कुर्बान हो
आ आ आ
आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ

ओ ओ ओ ओ
तेरे एहसानों के आगे
हर कुर्बानी कम है ए
माँ
हर कुर्बानी कम है ए ए ए
हर कुर्बानी कम है
ओ ओ जंजीरों में जकड़ी है तू
इसका मुझको ग़म है माँ
इसका मुझको ग़म है ए ए ए
इसका मुझको ग़म है
हो ओ ओ ओ ओ
तोडूंगा मैं ये जंजीरें
आ आ आ आ आ
तोडूंगा मैं ये जंजीरें
बदलूँगा बिगड़ी तकदीरें
सह ना सकूँ अपमान को
मेरी ज़िन्दगी तुम्हारे ए ए
आ आ आ आ आ
प्यार पे कुर्बान हो
आ आ आ आ आ
मेरी ज़िन्दगी तुम्हारे ए ए
आ आ आ आ आ
प्यार पे कुर्बान हो
आ आ आ आ आ

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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 :

4084 Post No. : 15224

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2009-19) – Song No. 46
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Today I present a song from the 1974 movie ‘Aarop’. (Yes! the year of this movie needs to be corrected as ‘1974’. It was passed by Censor Board on 16.01.1974).

“Aarop-1974” is one of the two movies which are falling under ‘Blog Ten Year Challenge’ today on 23.09.2019. The other movie is ‘Fashion-1957’.

As many as six movies were represented on the blog with their songs ten years back on the blog viz on 23.09.2009. Their details as well as the present status of the movies that these songs were from are as under :

Jhinchak jhinchakAarop-197304 of 07 songs coveredBahaaron se poochho…laakh sambhaalaFashion-195706 of 08 songs coveredKuchh bhi na bolengeWaaris-1954All Songs covered in the blogMera naram karejwa dol gayaAarzoo-1950All Songs covered in the blogRaat hai taaron bhariPardes-1950All Songs covered in the blogNaina deewaane ek nahin maaneAfsar-1950All Songs covered in the blog

Song Movie title-Year Remarks

“Aarop-1974” was directed by Atmaram for ‘Gurudutt Films Combine, Bombay’. Atmaram (Guru Dutt’s brother) also wrote the story and screenplay of this movie.

It had Saira Banu, Vinod Khanna, Vinod Mehra, Rehman, Bindu, Bharat Bhushan, Keshto Mukherji, Paintal, Gulshan Arora, Kundan, Savita, Manik, Murad, Krishnakant, Jankidas, Rajan Haksar, Maruti, Viju Khote, Pardesi, Bhagwan, Sabina, Chandu, Mohan Choti and Johny Walker.
Lily Chakravarti, Rajesh Behl, Raj Mehra makes a ‘guest appearance’ in this movie.

Y.G. Chavhan was the editor for this movie. Dialogues of this movie were written by Vrajendra Gaud. Govind Singh was the Chief Assistant Director and Ram Govind was the assistant in screenplay.

For me I was familiar with only one song ‘nainon mein darpan hai, darpan mein koyi’ . Later on, when I started collecting cassettes, I was looking for this song and then I got to know the name of the movie this song was from. But I think this song was not easily available then.

After many years I came to know about the music composer of this movie and it was Bhupen Hazarika. Earlier I thought that it was composed by the duo Laxmikant-Pyarelal.

This movie had as many as eight songs in it. Though HFGK mentioned it as having seven songs- including one two-part song.
But, during the preparation for this article I watched this movie which is available online and I think out of the three Manna Dey solo songs two may have been excluded from the movie, or either they have been edited from the version of the movie available online.
(I think correction is also required in HFGK movie page of this movie ‘Aarop-1974’ as the sequence of the songs is not as per their appearance in the movie).

Lyrics for all the songs in this movie were written by Maya Govind. As mentioned above music of this movie was composed by Bhupen Hazarika.
The titles of the movie mentioned that the Bhajans in this movie are based on the tunes of the devotional songs of Saint Kavi Shankar Dev from Assam.

One can experience that essence (or in my words ‘mere desh ki mitti ki khushboo’) in the song being presented today.

Asha Bhonsle (two solo songs), Kishore Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar (one duet song only and they most popular from this movie), Laxmi Shankar (one solo), Bhupen Hazarika and K.N. Sharma (one song together) and Manna Dey (three solo songs) gave their voices to the songs in this movie.

Out of the eight songs from this movie four songs have already been posted on the blog. From the remaining songs I had option of two Manna Da songs (they are available combined in one link online), one song by Asha Bhonsle (which again is picturized on Bindu, this time a mujra song and ten years back already a cabaret song picturized on Bindu was posted on the same day), and one song sung by Bhupen Hazarika and K.N.Sharma.

When I saw that there is a song having Bhupen Hazarika’s voice and still to be posted I selected this for they presentation today. The video for this song was already available and I came to know that this is not a full video of the song, but partial video only, when I tried to locate the audio/video of other pending songs from this movie. I find that the full audio song was available.
I think today’s song must be the first song in Hindi movies which was sung by Bhupen Hazarika.

On screen it is lip synced by Bharat Bhushan while the ‘shlokas’ from Bhagwat Geeta are played in the background. Saira Banu is also present during this song which is picturized in a temple where Bharat Bhushan is the priest.

As mentioned above I had not watched this movie earlier and I watched it during the preparation of this article. I must say that the movie is an interesting movie to watch and all the characters shown and the artists performing them seems perfectly fit into it.
(I am avoiding to mention about the story line of the movie to keep intact the interest of those who may want to watch it).
The overall presentation is a balanced one and the movie keeps us engaged till the end.

Its songs are also good, but I think only the song ‘nainon mein darpan hai, darpan mein koyi’ was popular and that song was frequently played at that time on radio. I must have heard it earlier and but watching it now and listening to it again and again was enjoying.

Dialogues of the movie are also very nice and go well with the storyline of the movie and the fight between ‘virtuous’ and the ‘evil’.
I am not aware how this movie fared at the box-office then.

Let us now enjoy today’s song, which grows on us if we listen to it a few times.

Video (Partial)

Audio (Full)

Song-Hey jai Yashodanandan (Aarop)(1974) Singers-Bhupen Hazarika, K N Sharma, Lyrics-Maya Govind, M D – Bhupen Hazarika

Lyrics

hey jai Yashodanadan
hey Mohan Shyaam
hey jai Yashodanadan
hey Mohan Shyaam
jai Yashodanadan
meri laaj raakho prabhu
main to teri sharan
hey Yashodanadan
mujhe aaj laage jeewan jaise maran
hey Yashodanadan
hey Mohan Shyaam
jai Yashodanadan

yadaa yadaa hi dharmasya
glanirbhava ti Bharat
abhyuthaana madharmaysya
tadaatmaanam srijaamyaham

jab jab dharm dooba
tum daude aaye
hey Yashodanandan
saagar mein naiyaa meri
lo doobi jaaye
hey Yashodanadan
hey Mohan Shyaam
jai Yashodanadan

karmanye vaadhikaaraste
ma phaleshu kadaachana
ma karmaphalheturbhurma
tey sangostavaakarmani

hai karma apne vash mein
jeewan pareeksha
hey Yashodanandan
ab to jo ho tu jaane
sab teri ichchhaa
hey Yashodanadan
hey Mohan Shyaam
jai Yashodanadan

hey jai Yashodanadan
hey Mohan Shyaam
jai Yashodanadan
hey jai Yashodanadan
hey Mohan Shyaam
hey jai Yashodanadan
hey Mohan Shyaam

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Devnagri Script lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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हे जय यशोदानंदन
हे मोहन श्याम
हे जय यशोदानंदन
हे मोहन श्याम
जय यशोदानंदन
मेरी लाज राखो प्रभु
मैं तो तेरी शरण
हे यशोदानंदन
मुझे आज लागे जीवन जैसे मरण
हे जय यशोदानंदन
हे मोहन श्याम
जय यशोदानंदन

यदा यदा हि धर्मस्य
ग्लानिर्भवति भारत
अभ्युत्थान मधर्मस्य
तदात्मानं सृजाम्यहम्

जब जब धर्म डूबा
तुम दौड़े आये
हे यशोदानंदन
सागर में नैय्या मेरी
लो डूबी जाए
हे जय यशोदानंदन
हे मोहन श्याम
जय यशोदानंदन

कर्मण्येवाधिकारस्ते
मा फलेषु कदाचन
मा कर्मफलहेतुर्भुर्मा
ते संगोऽस्त्वकर्मणि

है कर्म अपने वश में
जीवन परीक्षा
हे यशोदानंदन
अब तो जो हो तू जाने
सब तेरी इच्छा
हे यशोदानंदन
हे मोहन श्याम
जय यशोदानंदन

हे जय यशोदानंदन
हे मोहन श्याम
हे जय यशोदानंदन
हे मोहन श्याम


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.

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4070 Post No. : 15207 Movie Count :

4180

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 86 # Asha Bhonsle – Happy 86th birth anniversary#
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Yesterday 8th September 2019 was the eighty-sixth birth anniversary (born on 08th Sep’1933) of the legendary singer Asha Bhonsle.

We are all aware of the greatness and versatility of this voice and cannot imagine our HFM (for me Marathi film music too) without her voice. She has been ruling the hearts over seven decades or more than that now…

I am not going into the details of her biography, famous songs, popular songs, awards etc etc because her name itself speaks for the ‘greatness’ and her ‘epic’ journey in our film industry and the name itself carries such a vastness in it that one can only imagine the efforts one have to put in writing about her journey in HFM. And that is why I salute to all the authors who have written the various books on her.

She has come a long way and immortalized herself in the Hindi Film music with her singing. We have been reading about her initial struggle and competition with other singers including her own sister the great legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar. But Asha Bhonsle carved out a special place for her and remain favorites of many music lovers.

Her popularity keeps increasing and was always increasing in other countries too. And how popular she was in other countries than India, I came to know while I was once travelling in a UAE based airlines from Abu Dhabi to Ahmedabad. In the flight ‘entertainment box’ when I was looking for various Hindi film audios to listen during the travel, I came across a compilation of Asha Bhonsle containing almost fifty songs starting from ‘Mr John ya Baba Khan’ to the very latest song, I think, from ‘Begum Jaan (2017)’. Her introduction was given very aptly mentioning her as the ‘true Queen of Melody’ and her seven decades long career in Bollywood and singing film and non-film songs and songs in many languages too. (I do not remember the exact words now, but it was very well mentioning of her great achievements in that brief intro).
Then there were compilations of other Indian singers too like Mohd Rafi, Yesudas, Shreya Ghoshal, and Lata Mangeshkar. (I think Kishore Kumar’s songs were not there and songs from Yesudas and S.P. Balasubramaniam were in regional languages of India).

But the interesting thing that surprised me was when I read the intro given for Lata Mangeshkar. She was mentioned as the ‘another giant singer in Bollywood and sister of the great Asha Bhonsle’ :). And like other singers (that I mentioned above) the quantity of songs included for Lata Mangeshkar too was around 20-25 songs only.

One can understand my feelings, as an Indian, when I read that intro and the thoughts going through my mind. Well, nothing wrong in that if we see the other point of view, and for us both of them will remain ‘great and immortal’ always forever.

And, I think today’s song is a befitting song for the occasion of the 86th birth anniversary of Asha Bhonsle. This song epitomises much of what she is known for.

The song is from the movie ‘Koraa Badan-1974’ directed by B.S. Shad for ‘Brar Productions, Bombay’ and was a ‘social movie’ (passed by Censor Board with ‘A’ certificate).

It had Reeta Anchan, Harinder, Bindu, Jayshree T., Paintal, Montu, Rajan Haksar, Shera, Yash Sharma, Prakash Ved, Meher Mittal, Vijay Tandon.
Also, it had Sunil Dutt, Mala Sinha, Dev Kumar, Subhash Ghai, Shobhna in ‘Special appearances.

This movie had six songs penned by Babu Singh Maan (three songs), Kashmir Qadar (two songs) and Mahendra Dehalvi (one song).
Songs for this movie were composed by Vedpal Verma, and Shruti, Kant Verma and Ajay Kumar were his assistants.
Asha Bhonsle, Hemlata, Krishna Bose and Manhar had given their voices to the songs in this movie.
Background music for this movie was given by Mohammad Shafi.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 15.03.1974 with restricted viewing for ‘Adults’ only.
(It seems that there was another movie with the same title in ‘2003’, and the online videos of this 2003 movie is available which is wrongly described as movie of 1974.

Today’s song is written by Mahendra Dehalvi and composed by Vedpal Verma. On screen it is performed by Jayshree T., and sung by Asha Bhonsle.

When I initially shared this song in 2013 (on 08.06.2013) the video of this song was available and the link no longer exists
However, audio of this song is available. (there is a little difference in lyrics in the video and the audio of the songs i.e. only for repeating of the same lines in ‘antara’ and the ‘mukhda’ at the end of the song.
The lyrics given are as per audio link available and I have keep the ‘mukhda’ at the end of the song as per the video link).

let us now enjoy this song …

With today’s song the movie ‘Koraa Badan-1974’ makes its debut on the blog.

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

Audio

Song-Zindagi zindadili ka naam hai (Kora Badan)(1974) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Mahendra Dehalvi, MD-Vedpal Verma

Lyrics

Zindagi
Aha zindagi ee
Ho Zindagi
Zindaa dili kaa naam hai
Zindagi zindaadili kaa naam hai ae
Jeena hai to hans ke jee le tu
Pyaar mein gham ka zehar bhi pee le tu u
Zindagi zindaadili kaa naam hai ae
Zindagi ee

Ya aa yaara yaara yaara ya
Yaara aa
Yaara aa

Narm honthhon ke
Surkh paimaane
Pee le pee le tu u
Aaj deewaane ae
Narm honthhon ke ae ae
surkh paimaane ae
Pee le pee le tu
aaj deewaane ae
Mastiyon mein doob ja re
Bekhudi ka le mazaa re
Zindagi
Zindagi zindaadili kaa naam hai ae
Zindagi zindaadili kaa naam hai
Jeena hai to hans ke jee le tu
Pyaar mein gham ka zehar bhi pee le tu u
Zindagi zindaadili kaa naam hai ae
Zindagi ee

Ya aa yaara yaara yaara ya aa
Ya aa yaara yaara yaara yaa yaa
Yaara aa
Yaara aa

Chaar din ke hain
Gham ke ye baadal
Waqt badlegaa aa
aaj nahin to kal
Chaar din ke hain
gham ke ye baadal
Waqt badlegaa aa
aaj nahin to kal
Husn ki baahon mein aaja
Pyaar ki raahon mein aaja
Zindagi
Zindagi zindaadili kaa naam hai
Zindagi zindaadili kaa naam hai

Jeena hai to hans ke jee le tu
Pyaar mein gham ke zaher bhi pee le tu
Zindagi zindaadili kaa naam hai
Zindagi zindaadili kaa naam hai
Zindagi

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Devnagri Script lyrics(Prrovided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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ज़िन्दगी
आहा ज़िन्दगी ई
हो ज़िन्दगी
ज़िंदा दिली का नाम है
ज़िन्दगी जिंदादिली का नाम है ए
जीना है तो हंस के जी ले तू
प्यार में ग़म का ज़हर भी पी ले तू ऊ
ज़िन्दगी जिंदादिली का नाम है ए
ज़िन्दगी ई

या आ
यारा यारा यारा या
यारा आ
यारा आ

नर्म होंठों के
सुर्ख पैमाने
पी ले पी ले तू ऊ
आज दीवाने ए
नर्म होंठों के
सुर्ख पैमाने ए
पी ले पी ले तू
आज दीवाने ए
मस्तियों में डूब जा रे
बेखुदी का ले मज़ा रे
ज़िन्दगी
ज़िन्दगी जिंदादिली का नाम है ए
ज़िन्दगी जिंदादिली का नाम है ए
जीना है तो हंस के जी ले तू
प्यार में ग़म का ज़हर भी पी ले तू ऊ
ज़िन्दगी जिंदादिली का नाम है ए
ज़िन्दगी ई

या आ
यारा यारा यारा या आ
या आ
यारा यारा यारा या या
यारा आ
यारा आ

चार दिन के हैं
ग़म के ये बादल
वक़्त बदलेगा आ आज नहीं तो कल
चार दिन के हैं ए
ग़म के ये बादल
वक़्त बदलेगा आ आज नहीं तो कल
हुस्न की बाहों में आजा
प्यार की राहों में आजा
ज़िन्दगी
ज़िन्दगी जिंदादिली का नाम है
ज़िन्दगी जिंदादिली का नाम है

प्यार में ग़म का ज़हर भी पी ले तू
ज़िन्दगी जिंदादिली का नाम है ए
ज़िन्दगी ई


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Blog Day : 4035 Post No. : 15159

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2009-19) – Song No. 42
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Though I have been discussing Hindi movie songs in the blog for more than a decade now, it is not as if I had watched too many movies during my “formative” years. I recall having watched a few movies in early 1970s, with the last of these movies being “Zindagi Zindagi” (1972) in 1972.

My movie watching spree began in 1978 (after six years) when I joined college and got “freedom” that I as a college goer was “supposed” to enjoy. 🙂 And I fully misused my freedom, by watching movies when I should have been attending my classes.

It was during this movie watching spree that I watched not just the current movies but also those movies which had come between 1972 and 1978 which I had missed during their time. This included all Amitabh Bachchan hit movies like “Zanjeer” (1973), “Deewaar”(1975), “Sholay” (1975) etc.

When my pre teen movie watching ended in 1972, I had watched very few movies. I could only identify Rajesh Khanna, Tanuja, Mumtaz etc thanks to Rajesh Khanna movies like “Haathi Mere Saathi”(1971) and “Apna Desh” (1972) that I got to watch at that time. Thanks to watching “Haqeeqat”(1964) is an open field show at night in my railway colony, I became familiar with Dharmendra. In another such free show, I watched “Dil Diya Dard Liya”(1966) and that is how I became familiar with Dilip Kumar.

That was about it. I had not watched any movies of Rajendra Kumar, Raj Kumar, Raj Kapoor, Dev Anand, Hema Malini, Sanjeev Kumar, Saira Bano etc till 1978 !

During my “catching up with lost time” movie watching spree, I watched “Resham Ki Dori”(1974) some time in 1978 or 1979. This movie, as I know now thanks to HFGK, was directed by Atmaram for Modern Pictures Bombay. The movie had Saira Bano, Dharmendra, Kumud Chhugaani, Rajendranath, Sujit Kumar, Sajja, Ramesh Deo, Rajan Haksar, Jayshree T, Kundan, Meena T, Bhagwan, Shabnam, Sapru, Shivraj, Jankidas, Keshav Rana, Sundar, Master Sachin, Ramlal, Bhagwan Sinha, Leela Mishra, Radheshyam, Chaand Usmani (Special appearance), Kanwar Ajit, Suresh, Murad etc in it.

Except Dharmendra, almost every other actor in the movie was “new” and unfamiliar for me. Many of them continued to remain unfamiliar to me for decades. For instance, I was not aware which actress played the sister of Dharmendra in this movie. Somehow I had erroneously assumed that she was called Urmila Bhatt (I find , to my surprise that she is not even there in the cast). Only now, when I checked up the starcast, I realised that the sister had to be Kumud Chhugaani.

The movie had six songs in it. The most popular song of the song was the raakhi song and it was posted exactly ten years ago. So that means that this day ten year ago was the festival of Rakshabandhan. And as was the practice in the blog, Rakhi related songs were discussed on the blog on that day (5 august 2009).

Song Movie Remarks
Behna ne bhai ki kalaayi pe pyaar baandha hai (Reshan ki dori)(1974) 2 songs covered out of 6
dil se dil ki dor baadhi chori chori (Chaayaa)(1961) YIPPEED (all 7 songs covered)
Aaya tumpe dil aaya (Do Ustaad)(1959) YIPPEED (all 8 songs covered)
Soona hai mere dil ka jahaan (Devtaa)(1956) 4 songs covered out of 8
Dil tootnaa thha dil toot gaya (Dilruba)(1950) YIPPEED (all 11 songs covered)
Marne ki duaayen kyun maangoon (Ziddi)(1948) YIPPEED (all 9 songs covered)

As can be seen, six songs from six movies were covered on 5 august 2009. Four out of these six movies have been YIPPEED by now.

Today, we take up one of the unYIPPEED movies, namely “Reshan ki dori”(1974).

The two songs of this movie that have been covered till now are

S N Song Song number in blog Date of posting
1 Bahnaa ne bhaayi ki kalaayi se pyaar baandhaa hai 1729 5-Aug-09
2 Chamka paseena ban ke nageena 9116 8-Dec-13

Today, as part of blog ten year challenge (2009-2019), here is a song from “Resham Ki Dori”(1974). This song is a lovers’s song. It is sung by Rafi, with a few sweet nothings uttered by Saira Bano (I guess). Indeewar is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shankar Jaikishan.

The song is picturised on Dharmendra and Saira Bano. It was for the first time in this movie that I had seen Saira Bano in a movie. I had not seen her in “Padosan”(1968) because my elders did not take me to watch this (or other well known movies) of those days.

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

Video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VsrXJWkEKQs (video)
Audio

Song-Sone ke gahne kyun toone pahne (Resham Ki Dori)(1974) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Shankar Jaikishan
Saira Bano

Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

Sone ke gahne
Kyun tune pahne
Kaaya teri khud kanchan hai ae
Gesu banaaye to
Phool kyun sajaaye
Tera badan khud gulshan hai ae
Achchhaa
Sone ke gahne
Kyun tune pahne ae
A haa haa
dhat

Heere ki angoothhi bhi
Lagti hai jhoothhi
Itni chamak teri aankhon mein ae
Ja ja
Jhoothhe

Moti ki maala
Kyun pahni baalaa
Moti chhupe hai tere daanton mein
Haay Raam
Moti chhupe hai tere daaton mein
Ghadi ghadi darpan ke ae
Oye hoye hoye hoye
Ghadi ghadi darpan ke ae
Aage khadi kyun
Tera badan khud darpan hai
Hato ji
Sone ke gahne
Kyun tune pahne
Kaaya teri khud kanchan hai ae ae
Sone ke gahne
Kyun tune pahne
Hmm mm
how romantic

Sooraj sa chamke
Jab tera mukhda
Maathe pe bindiya sajaayi kyun
Haan
Ha h h h sach
Laali bina honthh laal hai tere
Hothhon pe laali lagaayi kyun
Hmm mm
Hothhon pe laali lagaayi kyun
Singaar ki ee
Haaye ae main mar jaawaan
Singaar ki tujhe kya hai zaroorat
Tera singaar tera yauvan hai
uff
Sone ke gahne
Kyun tune pahne
Kaaya teri khud kanchan hai ae ae
Laa laa laa laa
Gesu banaaye to
Laa laa laal laa
Phool kyun sajaaye
Laa laa laal laa
Tera badan khud gulshan hai ae
Hmm hmm hmm hmm
Sone ke gahne kyun tune pahne

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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सोने के गहने
क्यूँ तूने पहने
काया तेरी खुद कंचन है ए ए
गेसू बनाए तो
फूल क्यूँ सजाये
तेरा बदन खुद गुलशन है ए
अच्छा
सोने के गहने
क्यूँ तूने पहने ए
अ हा हा
धत

हीरे की अंगूठी भी
लगती है झूठी
इतनी चमक तेरी आँखों में ए
जा जा
झूठे

मोती की माला
क्यूँ पहनी बाला
मोती छुपे है तेरे दाँतों में
हाय राम
मोती छुपे है तेरे दाँतों में
घडी घडी दर्पण के ए
ओये होए होए होए
घडी घडी दर्पण के ए
आगे कड़ी क्यूँ
तेरा बदन खुद दर्पण है
हटो जी
सोने के गहने
क्यूँ तूने पहने
काया तेरी खुद कंचन है ए ए
सोने के गहने
क्यूँ तूने पहने
हम्म म्म
हाउ रोमांटिक

सूरज सा चमके
जब तेरा मुखड़ा
माथे पे बिंदिया सजाई क्यूँ
हाँ
अ ह ह ह सच
लाली बिना होंठ लाल है तेरे
होंठों पे लाली लगाई क्यूँ
हम्म म्म
होंठों पे लाली लगाई क्यूँ
सिंगार की ई
हाए मैं मर जावां
सिंगार की तुझे क्या है ज़रुरत
तेरा सिंगार तेरा यौवन है
ऊफ
सोने के गहने
क्यूँ तूने पहने
काया तेरी खुद कंचन है ए ए
ला ला ला ला
गेसू बनाए तो
ला ला ला ला
फूल क्यूँ सजाये
ला ला ला ला
तेरा बदन खुद गुलशन है ए
हम्म हम्म हम्म हम्म
सोने के गहने क्यूँ तूने पहने


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Blog Day : 3987 Post No. : 15076

“Kisaan Aur Bhagwaan”(1974) was produced by Dara Singh and directed by Chandrakant. The movie had Dara Singh, Yogita Bali, Abhi Bhattacharya, Feroz Khan (special appearance), Asit Sen, Jayashree Gadkar, Jankidas, Shani Malik, Lalita Kumari, Padma Khanna, Parduman Singh, Saudagar Singh, Praveen Kumar, Harbans Papa, Dhanraj, Ved Prakash, Balbeer Vird, Ved Gandhi, Daljeet, Rajkumar, Rajkumari, Amita, Sant Dharmdas, Sheru, Suresh, Shammi, Gopal Saini, Master Veerendra, Amreek Randhava etc in it.

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

Here is the second song from “Kisaan Aur Bhagwaan”(1974) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Rafi. Kavi Pradeep is the lyricist. music is composed by Prem Dhawan.

The song is a devotional song cum “summoning the Almighty” genre of song. The picturisation shows Dara Singh lp syncing and leading a group of devotees while marching in a religious procession. The lady looking on at him appeared looks like a young Anjana Manjrekar (Mumtaz) though her name does not figure in the star cast. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identfy her as well as others in the picurisation.


Song-Bhagwan pyaare apne bhagat ki laaja bachaana re (Kisaan aur Bhagwaan)(1974) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Pradeep, MD-Prem Dhawan
Chorus

Lyrics

Bhagwan pyaare ae ae
Bhagwan pyaare
apne bhagat ki laaja bachaana re
aaj apne bhagat ki laaja bachaana re
ho mera kinaare jahaaz lagaana re
Bhagwan pyaare
jai ramkrishn jai hari hari
hari hari
jai ramkrishn jai hari hari
hari hari

karne chali hai dorangi duniya aa
aaj kasauti meri ee
karne chali hai dorangi duniya aa aa
aaj kasauti meri
mere bahaane asal mein ho rahi ee
prabhu pareeksha teri
prabhu pareeksha teri
ho kapti duniya pe gaaj giraana re
Bhagwan pyaare
jai ramkrishn jai hari hari
hari hari
jai ramkrishn jai hari hari
hari hari

tere bharose daanv lagaaya aa aa
kheli maine baazee ee
tere bharose daanv lagaaya aa aa
kheli maine baazee ee
apne daas pe kirpa karna aa
mat rakhnaa naaraazi
mat rakhnaa naaraazi
ho apna pyaar na aaj bhulaana re
Bhagwan pyaare
apne bhagat ki laaja bachaana re
aaj apne bhagat ki laaja bachaana re
Bhagwan pyaare
jai ramkrishn jai hari hari
hari hari
jai ramkrishn jai hari hari
hari hari

jab jab bhakton pe bheer pari
hari hari
tab tab toone hi peer hari
hari hari
toone taare ajaamil aur shabri
hari har hari hari
hari hari

sankat mein sada ki madad kari
ramkrishn jai hari hari
ramkrishn jai hari hari
ramkrishn jai hari hari
ramkrishn jai hari hari

Bhagwan pyaare
ramkrishn jai hari hari
ramkrishn jai hari hari
ramkrishn jai hari hari
ramkrishn jai hari hari

bhagwan pyaare
ramkrishn jai hari hari
ramkrishn jai hari hari
ramkrishn jai hari hari
ramkrishn jai hari hari

bhagwan pyaare


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Blog Day :

3928 Post No. : 14998 Movie Count :

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Atul Song-A-Day 15K Song Milestone Celebrations – 8
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Not all journeys have a pre-determined destination.

Sometimes a traveler sets off on a journey, purely with the intention of travel. For how long, which specific places he will travel to, where he will stop, who and what he will encounter…these are all unknown.

All he knows is that he has the desire to travel – and will travel for as long as he has such desire, and the ability to travel.

And it is just as well that he travels without a set destination or time-frame. That would take away from the enjoyment of the journey itself. It is not that the travel is meaningless – it certainly has a purpose. Just that the purpose is to enjoy the journey, not to keep a destination or time-frame in focus.

I’d like to think this blog is one such journey – and Atul is this traveler.

Atul has himself said many times, when he posted his first song on this blog on the 19th of July 2008, he had no idea what it would go on to become. As a music lover, all he wanted was to have a blog of his own. A place where he could post songs of his choice and share his taste with other music lovers. Pretty simple, isn’t it?

At that time, he would’ve been happy if he could have got to a 1000 songs on the blog. That would have been huge.
2000? Amazing!
5000? Are you CRAZY?
10000? Ab bas bhi karo yaar, kuchh zyaada hi ho gaya

But this traveler never stopped travelling. One step at a time, he kept walking. The milestones kept passing by. He acknowledged them – but never stopped. Sort of like “nadiya chale chale re dhaara, chanda chale chale re taara, tumko chalna hoga, tumko chalna hoga”.

Along the way, he met fellow-travellers and became friends with them. They joined him on his journey, so he had company. But he never stopped.

Yes, he might have occasionally slowed down, but the most important thing is – he never stopped.

And that is the only reason we can today celebrate this mega-milestone.

The biggest to date.

15000.

Yes, that’s a thousand songs, fifteen times over.

Mind-boggling.

But, to me, that’s not the whole story.

If you take a flight from Moscow to Vladivostok, it takes about 8 ½ hours.
The Trans Siberian Express train takes about a week.

If I had the time, I know how I’d like to travel.
I’d like to breathe in every moment of the travel – not rush it.

This blog has not rushed through these 15000 songs mindlessly, just for the purpose of statistics. If it had done so, it could’ve reached this milestone much earlier.

No, that was not the idea of this blog at all. Ever.

As I said earlier, Atul’s idea was to share songs with other music-lovers. To have these songs introduced on the blog, discussed in detail with appropriate credits to artistes, with a video/audio and full lyrics.

That was – and continues to be – the format for every single song from day one.

And when you have a format of this type, you want every song to have its own space and time. If you post 20 songs on one day, are you doing justice to each individual song? Won’t it just get lost in the crowd?

So the pace of this blog recognizes this important aspect of music appreciation – don’t overload.

So the bigger story (for me at least) is HOW we have got to 15000.

One song at a time, ranging from 1 to about 7 songs a day (7 itself is a high number), we have come this far over TEN years and NINE months. Yes, we are in our 129th month now. And the posting has not been sporadic – it has been EVERY SINGLE DAY (except for very few days when there’s been no posting).

THAT, for me, is truly astounding.

For ONE person to have THIS level of dedication, commitment and discipline, despite all sorts of constraints along the way – THAT to me is mind-boggling.

Yes, we guest posters have joined on the journey, and posted from time to time. (I’m saying this a bit hesitatingly given my own limited contribution in the last year). But, as Sudhirji pointed out in a recent post, Atul’s posts are 3 times more than all our guest posts put together. That shows the sheer weight-lifting he does.

And mind you, this is just the number of posts. There’s so much more on the blog- the various statistics, by movie, by year, by artiste and so on. And anniversary dates. Atul has truly built a repository for the ages.

That brings me to my next point.

The repository.

It is not that songs aren’t available on the net. Of course they are. There are songs all over the place.

But this blog is different. It doesn’t treat a song as just a song. There’s a narrative about it, a background wherever possible. About the film, the artistes involved. And Atul is a stickler for accuracy, so he does his level best to get the facts and lyrics 100% accurate. It’s not easy with some old songs where the audio itself isn’t clear – but he makes a genuine effort. And that is because of the type of person he is – no shortcuts, no compromises.

All of this means that the reader gets as accurate a source as possible.

Then consider the songs themselves.

Some of these songs are rare songs, which were not even available earlier on the net. Some others were available, but with limited detail. When these songs were made available here, the blog tried to give the song, and its artistes, full respect.

This is what makes this blog a treasure house, a repository for generations.

While on this point, I think I must mention fellow travelers (we call them Atulites) who have contributed greatly to enriching this blog.

Atul will be the first person to admit that his own knowledge of songs and artistes would never have been enough to make the blog what it is today. This is nothing to be ashamed of. All of us know more about some songs and eras, and less about others.

But we thankfully have some “maharathis” (they know who they are, so I won’t name them 🙂 ) who, between them are an ocean of knowledge, and like walking encyclopedias. Their contribution, whether through posts or through comments, is truly outstanding. They have enriched this blog so much, taking it to a different level altogether.

So when we talk of team effort, this is a perfect example of it.

This brings me to my next point of awe.

If this blog had been a commercial venture, I can understand a business posting songs every day, to maximize its views, and earn revenue as a result, through advertising or other means.

But Atul has been doing this as a labour of love. It started as that, in 2008 – and continues to this day with the same intent.

So a labour of love, posting songs every single day, for 129 months at a stretch, to the level of detail and accuracy that this blog has – just pause for a moment to let that sink in.

Pause.

So while we celebrate the 15000 milestone, I request everyone to try to appreciate the true significance of it.

It’s not just the number – it’s the weight of the love and effort that has gone into it. It’s like 15000 kg of love and effort.

Along the way, this blog has done something else too. Possibly unintended initially, but as “Blog Ke Side-Effects” 🙂 , it has brought us Atulites together. Many of us have met each other, we now have a whatsapp group, all thanks to the blog, and Atul.

For me, personally, it has been a very enriching journey. I’ve been fortunate to have been involved right from day one – and along the way I’ve got to know some wonderful people with an amazing level of knowledge about HFM. I’ve got to know SO many songs only through this blog.

I really can’t thank Atul enough for all this.

So even if my participation has been very limited of late, this blog, and everyone associated with it, will always have a very special place in my heart.

And on this occasion, I can only wish that the journey goes on and on as we head towards the next target of 15921. 🙂

A line that comes to mind is “apni pyaar ki gaadi chalti rahe, apni pyaar ki gaadi chalti rahe”. 🙂

Now onto the song for today.

I must admit it wasn’t easy for me to decide on a song for this occasion.

For one, not only has the blog already got 15000 songs, but even the songs still to be posted are mostly relatively new songs ( which I barely know), or lesser-known songs of a much earlier era than mine.

This makes my task somewhat difficult.

A song I had in mind got cancelled out because it had already been posted, so I had to renew my efforts.

But one thing. I did have an idea of the type of song I wanted to post.

I wanted a fun, lively song. After all it is a celebratory occasion, so why not a fun song?

The lyrics didn’t really matter too much, as long as it was a jhakkaas song. 🙂

While looking for random songs, I tend to think of the 1970s as my first choice of decade. The main reason for this is, it is the decade I grew up in – and there’s always a chance I’ll come across a song that I heard in my childhood, and that still happens to not be posted. This has happened on a few occasions with me.

I’ll be the first to admit that the 1970s songs signaled the end of what is popularly known as the golden era of music. By the time the 1970s came along, audience tastes had changed. Not just in India, but around the world. The hippie culture had come in, there was a sense of wanting to break away from the established order of things.

It was only natural that India too would be affected by this trend. Films are a good reflection of society – and films of the 1970s are markedly different from those of an earlier era.

Music, as a very important component of Indian films, also reflected this.

And no one exemplified this better than RD Burman.

RD (or Pancham as he was popularly known) was a trend-setter. Hugely gifted, he experimented a lot, with instruments, tunes and sounds. The audience, already ripe for change, embraced RD’s style wholeheartedly and made him a huge success.

It was not that RD could not compose traditional tunes – he could, and he did. But he also made a deliberate effort to invent his own style, to distinguish himself from his legendary father’s style.

I personally think music, like everything else, evolves. We need to recognize that times keep changing – and music needs an audience too. So if the audience is changing, why wouldn’t music change too?

So, as Tennyson said, “the old order changeth, yielding place to new”.

The song I have picked today is from my schoolboy days. I had heard it a few times then – we used to sing it in school. But somehow I never heard it after that, and had even forgotten all about it.

Recently I came across it again – and was surprised to find it hadn’t been posted yet.

Initially I was thinking of keeping it for an RD occasion, seeing as it has such an RD stamp about it – but then I guess this occasion is as good as any.

If we are celebrating 15000 songs on this blog, and Atul is the architect of it AND is also a 1970s schoolboy, why not a song that he might have heard in those days too?

Dil to maane na….meri jaan, meri jaan aa aa aa aa

Vintage RD & Asha Bhosle.

Ever since this song has come back into my life, I’ve enjoyed listening to it.

I hope you enjoy it too. Jhakkaas enough for you? 🙂

Congratulations to all of us, travelers on this journey, for the 15000-milestone.

And a special thanks to Atul for bringing us all together.

Looking forward to milestone 15921. 🙂


Song-Dil to maane na (Shaitaan) (1974) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, RD Burman, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, Music-RD Burman
Chorus

Lyrics

turu turu haa
turu turu haa
turu turu haa
turu turu haa

Dil to maane na
Haa
Dil to maane na
Haa

Haa
Dil to maane na
Meri jaan
meri jaan haa haa ha ha
Dil to maane na ha ha ha ha ha
Meri jaan
Meri jaan haa ha ha ha
Dil to maane na ha
Dil ko milna to hai
Phir kisi se miley
Kya bura hai agar
Ye tujhi se miley
Gale lagoon kiske
tu hi bata de na re
dil to maane na
Haa

Meri jaan
Meri jaan haa ha ha ha ha
Dil to maane na
haa
Dil ko milna to hai
Haa
Phir kisi se miley
Haa
Kya bura hai agar
Ye tujhi se miley
Gale lagoon kiske
tu hi bata de na re
la la la la lalalala

Meri jaan
Meri jaan haa ha ha ha
Dil to maane na

Dweera tara taa taa tara taa
Haa
Dweera tara taa taa tara taa

Jaane dilbar jaane jahaan
Para para para para ha
Tum bin ab chain mujhko kahaan
Kya jaanoon main raaton ki neend
Haa
Hoy
Haa
Hu

Main to mar gayi ho kar jawaan
Rang ras ki bhari
Hai jawaani meri
Behki behki phiroon
Haaye re main baawri
Mujhe to baahon mein
Tu hi uthhaa le na re
dil to maane na
Ha

Meri jaan
Ho Meri jaan haa ha ha ha ha
Dil to maane na
Dil ko milna to hai
Phir kisi se miley
Kya bura hai agar
Ye tujhi se miley
Gale lagoon kis ke
tu hi bata de na re
la la la la lalalala

Meri jaan
Meri jaan haa ha ha ha
Dil to maane na ha

Dugdugdugdugdugdug
Dugdugdugdugdugdug
Haa
Hoy
Haa
ho
Dugdugdugdugdugdug
Dugdugdugdugdugdug
Haa
hu
Hoy
Haa

Naina tujh se jab jab lagey
Tan mein jaise sui chubhey
Pairon se na phir tan rukey
Hui
Haa
Hui
Haa
Hui

Haathon se na dhadkan dabey
Thhandi aahen bharoon
Na kisi se daroon
Main deewaani sahi
Tu bataa kya karoon
Arre lagi dil ki
Tu hi mitaa de na re
dil to maane na
haa

Meri jaan
O Meri jaan haa ha ha ha ha
Dil to maane na
Dil ko milna to hai
Phir kisi se miley
Haa
Hey
Kya bura hai agar
Ye tujhi se miley
Gale lagoon kis ke
tu hi bata de na re
dil to maane na ha ha ha

Meri jaan
Meri jaan haa ha ha ha ha
Dil to maane na
hahahahaha
Meri jaan
Meri jaan haa ha ha ha ha
Dil to maane na ha
Haaa


This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, 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 : 3896 Post No. : 14938

We had this post last year on the same date by Avinashji where he has written about the background of the movie “Woh Main Nahi”(1974). He has listed all the famous songs and movies of Navin Nischol. Most of the songs which I like are in that list.

So here’s a duet by Rafi and Asha Bhonsle which was written by Verma Malik. Music direction was by Sonik Omi. Visiting the movie after a full year on the occasion of Navin Nischol’s anniversary.


Song-Ise patli kamar mein na daal ke lahanga khisak jaayega (Woh Main Nahin)(1974) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Rafi, Lyrics-Verma Malik, MD-Sonik Omi
Male chorus
Female chorus

Lyrics

jhigi jhigi jhigi jhigi jhigi jhina
jhina na re

jhina re jhina ha aa
jhigi jhigi jhigi jhigi jhina re jhina
na re

jhina re jhina haa

hey jhoole jhoole jhoole re jhoole
jhoole re ae
jhool jhool jhool jhool jhool jhoole
hey hey ha haa

hey ae’
mera roop mera rang
mere chalne ke dhang
mera ik ik ang
jaise udti patang hai
aaaa
kayi tujhse malang karen ankhiyon ki jung
meri bholi si jawaani
in aashikon se tang hai
koi rakhta nazar
koi deta hai jigar
koi aahen bhar bhar kar mujhko pukaarta
haan
par tujhsa na dekha maine koi harjaayi
jo andar se marta hai
upar se maarta
arre kaisa tu mard jo hai dil ka sarad
uthh himmat dikha
zaraa saamne toh aa
aa aa
are aa na

hahahahaha
hahahaha

arri dhaai inch ki kamar hai teri
aur pandrah gaz ka lehenga aa aa
haay
chhil gayi kamar bos(?) ki jaisi
toh ye sauda padega mehanga
haan
ri isse patli kamar mein na daal
ke lehanga khisak jaayega
isse patli kamar mein na daal
ke lehanga khisak jaayega
teri umar ka naazuk saal
teri umar ka naazuk saal
uspe tu chale mor ki chaal
ke lahanga
ummm
ke lehenga khisak jaayega

haai haai
isse patli kamar mein na daal
ke lehanga khisak jaayega

arri samjhi

jaa re jaa re
tu dil ko zara sambhaal
nahin to dil michak jaayega
tu dil ko zara sambhaal
nahi to dil michak jaayega
main samajh gayi teri chaal
main samajh gayi teri chaal
ja buri nazar na daal
nahin to dil
hmmm
nahin to dil michak jaayega
ja buri nazar na daal
nahin to dil michak jaayega

nazar hai duniya ki buri
o zara sambhal ke rehna saanwri
nazar hai duniya ki buri
o zara sambhal ke rehna saanwri

o ho o o o
sambhal ke rehna aata hai
arre tu kyun jal jal jaata hai
yoon dil na todo
aji tum peechha chhodo
meri jaan idhar to aa ja
arre hatt ja ja
ja ja
isse kar de kisi ke naam
roop tera dhalak jaayega

haaye
isse kar de kisi ke naam
roop tera dhalak jaayega

ja buri nazar na daal
nahin to dil michak jaayega

bol de kya chaahta hai tu
arre milne kise aata hai tu
bol de kya chaahta hai tu
arre milne kise aata hai tu
oh ho o o
arri chaahta hoon deedaar ko
aur milne aaya yaar ko

kisne bulwaaya
o tujhko lene aaya
agar main shor machaaoon
uthha le jaaoon
jaaoon

phenkoon jo zulf ka jaal
jaal mein atak jaayega
phenkoon jo zulf ka jaal
jaal mein atak jaayega

haay haay
isse patli kamar mein na daal
ke lehenga khisak jaayega

arre hatt
rok na raahen
daal baahon mein baahen
main ungli pe nacha doon
tere chhakke chhuda doon
teri yahaan daal gale na
tera bhi zor chale na
mera gussa bura hai
mera ghoonsa bura hai
laga kar haath to dekho
chhuda kar haath to dekho
bahut dekhe hain aise
na dekhe mere jaise
tere jaise hain kaise
mere jaise hain aise
aise
aise
haan

hahahaaha


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 : 3872 Post No. : 14891

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2009-19) – Song No. 8
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When our dear Atul ji recently started an ‘innovative’ initiative under the ‘ten-year challenge’ or ‘Blog ten-year challenge’ I had mentioned it in my comments on the ‘first song’ in this series that, I would try to share lyrics if not articles as possible in this series. I had also mentioned that I could see a few opportunities for me in the coming days of this month. That was because I was browsing the posts of February’2009 on my own.

Today I have this opportunity to share a ‘song post’ under this series. And since its from ‘seventies’ I am happy to share it here.

Ten years back, on this day i.e. on 23rd February 2009, we had songs from the movies ‘Rajkumar-1964’, ‘Milan-1967’, ‘Chor Machaaye Shor-1974’, ‘Call Girl-1974’, ‘Badi Bahan-1949’, and ‘Dushman-1939’ posted on the blog. All the moves mentioned above, except ‘Call Girl-1974’ have already had all their songs posted on the blog and in turn achieved ‘Yippeeee’ ed status on the blog. 🙂

So, we have ‘Call Girl-1974’ remaining to be covered for all songs on the blog. And so far, only one song of this movie has been posted on the blog. And, I think that the one song posted was the only well-known song from the movie or we can say that the movie is identified with this one song only i.e. ‘ulfat me zamaane ki har rasm ko thukraao’ sung by Kishore Kumar.

However, when I was going through the songs available from this movie and song list of this movie in HFGK-Vol-V, I found that the above song is actually a ‘multiple version song’ sung by Kishore Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar. So, I am also sharing the Lata Version for this song separately and requesting Atul ji to kindly update it in the post please. This song was posted on 23rd February 2009 and there was only comment on it on the same day by Greta Memsaab. The second comment was by Mr. Chandrakant H Shah on 08th Dec’2016 and he had mentioned about this song being a multiple version song. However somehow this has been remained to be updated.

I too remember this song ‘ulfat me zamaane ki har rasm ko thukraao’ as a Kishore Kumar song only and I think the version was not that much popular then. I had not watched this movie until now, so can’t say much about that. Except I vaguely remember to have heard this Kishore Kumar song on radio frequently and thereafter its memory was revived when I had started collecting cassettes in 1985-86. In 1987-88 after the death of Kishore Kumar HMV has released an album titled ‘A tribute to the Legend’ (it was a four-cassette set) and this song was included in this album.

As per HFGK listing of songs of this movie the Lata Mangeshkar version appears first (at number 3 in the movie) and the Kishore Kumar version appears later (at number five in the movie).

‘Call Girl-1974’ was directed by Vijay Kapoor for Mukesh Movies, Bombay. It was produced by Mukesh Khanna.

It had Zahira, Vikram, Iftekhar, Urmila Bhatt, Shekhar Purohit, Minoo Mehtab, Reddi, Mansaram, Satyajeet, Shefali, Jankidas and Kuljeet.
Heena Kausar make a special appearance in this movie.

Jalal Agha and Nazneen, Krishan Dhawan and Paintal have friendly appearances in this movie. Story of this movie was by Mukesh Movies Story Department. Editing of this movie was done by B.S. Glaad. Screenplay and dialogues of this movie were written by K. A. Abbas.

This movie had total seven songs including one multiple version song and one cabaret dance music. All the songs in this movie were written by Naqsh Lyallpuri and music was composed by Sapan-Jagmohan. Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar and Ranu Mukherjee who gave their voices to the songs in this movie had one solo song each, and there was one duet sung by Asha Bhonsle and Kishore Kumar and one by Kishore Kumar and Ranu Mukherjee.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 28.05.1974 with restricted viewing certificate (A).

Since I have not watched this movie, I can’t say much about it or the songs from this movie. I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on this movie and its songs.

Let us now enjoy the today’s song which is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Kishore Kumar and picturized on Vikram and Zahira.

The song is a nice one though it must not be popular or heard that much as the other song from this movie.

Video

Audio

Song-Ham hain jahaan wo pyaar ki mehki dagar hai (Call Girl)(1974) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Naqsh Llayalpuri, MD-Sapan Jagmohhan
Both

Lyrics

laa laa la laa
laa laa la laa
laa laa la laa aa
laa laa la laa
laa laa la laa
laa laa la laa aa
la la laa laa la laa aa
la la laa laa la laa aa
la la laa laa la laa aa

la la laa
ham hai jahaan wo pyaar ki
mehki dagar hai
saathi mere ye to bataa
jaana kidhar hai
ghataaon ke taley
achchha
jahaan tu le chaley
haan haan
jidhar tu le chaley
ghataaon ke taley
jahaan tu le chaley
jidhar tu le chaley ae

bolo tumhe ae
kya naam doon
arey laa laa la laa aa
dil ye kahe meri
pehli hansi ho tum
jis pe loota gulshan mera
aisi kali ho tum
bolo tumhe ae
kya naam doon

laa laa la laa aa
pyaar ki dharti pe
phaila gagan ho tum
jispe khiley sapne mere
aisa chaman ho tum

muskuraate milenge ae
jahaan bhi milenge ham

ham hai jahaan wo pyaar ki
mehki dagar hai
laa la la laa aa aa
saathi mere ye to bataa
jaana kidhar hai
ghataaon ke taley
aha haa
jahaan tu le chaley
he he
jidhar tu le chaley
ghataaon ke taley
jahaan tu le chaley
jidhar tu le chaley ae

haan aa
dil ki kahen
dil ki sunen ae
haan dil ki sunen ae
aa do ghadi baithhe
aisi jagah jaa ke
hamko jahaan koi nazar
dekhe na pehchaane
aisi jagah paayen kahaan
arey paaye kahaan
dekhta hai saagar
lehren hamen jaanen
jaaye jahaan pichchhaa kare
jhonke ye deewaane ae

ek pal bhi meri jaan
yahaan naa rukenge ham

ham hai jahaan wo pyaar ki
mehki dagar hai
laa laa la la laa aa
saathi mere ye to bataa
jaana kidhar hai
ghataaon ke taley
haan haan
jahaan tu le chaley
o ho ho
jidhar tu le chaley
ghataaon ke taley

he he
jahaan tu le chaley
ho ho
jidhar tu le chaley
laa la la laa
ghataaon ke taley
he he
jahaan tu le chaley
o ho ho
jidhar tu le chaley

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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ला ला ल ला
ला ला ल ला
ला ला ल ला आ
ला ला ल ला
ला ला ल ला
ला ला ल ला आ
ल ल ला ला ल ला आ
ल ल ला ला ल ला आ
ल ल ला ला ल ला आ

ल ल ला
हम है जहां वो प्यार की
महकी डगर है
साथी मेरे ये तो बता
जाना किधर है
घटाओं के तले
अच्छा
जहां तू ले चले
हाँ हाँ
जिधर तू ले चले
घटाओं के तले
जहां तू ले चले
जिधर तू ले चले

बोलो तुम्हे ए
क्या नाम दूं
अरे ला ला ल ला आ
दिल ये कहे मेरी
पहली हंसी हो तुम
जिसपे लूटा गुलशन मेरा
ऐसी कली हो तुम
बोलो तुम्हे ए
क्या नाम दूं

ला ला ल ला आ
प्यार की धरती पे
फैला गगन हो तुम
जिसपे खिले सपने मेरे
ऐसा चमन हो तुम

मुस्कुराते मिलेंगे ए
जहां भी मिलेंगे हम

हम है जहां वो प्यार की
महकी डगर है
ला ल ल ला आ आ
साथी मेरे ये तो बता
जाना किधर है
घटाओं के तले
अहा हां
जहां तू ले चले
हे हे
जिधर तू ले चले
घटाओं के तले
जहां तू ले चले
जिधर तू ले चले

हाँ आ दिल की कहे
दिल की सुने ए
हाँ दिल की सुने ए
आ दो घडी बैठे
ऐसी जगह जा के
हमको जहां कोई नज़र
देखे न पहचाने
ऐसी जगह पाए कहाँ
अरे पाए कहाँ
देखता है सागर
लहरें हमें जाने
जाए जहां पीछा करे
झोंके ये दीवाने ए

एक पल भी मेरी जान
यहाँ ना रुकेंगे हम

हम है जहां वो प्यार की
महकी डगर है
ला ला ल ल ला आ
साथी मेरे ये तो बता
जाना किधर है
घटाओं के तले
हाँ
जहां तू ले चले
ओ हो हो
जिधर तू ले चले
घटाओं के तले

हे हे
जहां तू ले चले
हो हो
जिधर तू ले चले
ला ल ल ला
घटाओं के तले
हे हे
जहां तू ले चले
ओ हो हो
जिधर तू ले चले


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Blog Day : 3791 Post No. : 14775

“Aaina”(1974) was produced by N Selvaraja and L Duraiswamy and was directed by K Balachandar for Kalakendra Films production. The movie had Mumtaz, Rajesh Khanna, A.K.Hangal, Nirupa Roy, Rita Bhaduri, Ratan Chopra, Lalita Pawar, Jayasudha, Adil Aman, Manmohan Krishna, Anjum Savera, Vandana Rane, Yasmin, Baby Seema, Kalpana, Jagdish Raj, Polson, Madhukar, Brahmachari, Suraj, Prem Kumar, Master Paresh Kumar, Master Jaganath, Madan Puri, Suresh Chatwal, Jagdeep etc in it. This movie had Neetu Singh and Dharmendra in special appearances. The film also had Kamal Hasan in it who was also one of the dance directors of the movie.

The movie had five songs in it. Three songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fourth song from “Aaina”(1974) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Jaan Nisaar Akhtar is the lyricist. Music is composed by Naushad.

The song is picturised as a wedding ritual song where Mumtaz, playing a saheli of the bride is seen teasing the bridegroom. While I can identify a few actors seen in the picturisation (such as Nirupa Roy), I am unable to identify most of them. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify them.

PS-Several months later, I realised that this song is a multi part song according to HFGK. The song begins as “teri dulhan badi jaadoogarni” sung by Vani Jairam. Then the part sung by Asha Bhonsle appears.

So this song basically is a multi part song.

With this, all the five songs of the movie get covered and the movie joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Kaho to aaj bol doon (Aaina)(1974) Singer-Vani Jairam, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Jaan Nisaar Akhtar, MD-Naushad
Chorus

Lyrics

teri dulhan badi jaadugarni
ho teri dulhan badi jaadugarni
dulha raja pe kya jaadu daala re
mere chhaila pe kya tona maara re
teri dulhan badi jaadugarni

roop koi na rang koi
gun hai na dhang
hahahah
roop koi na rang
koi gun hai na dhang
abhi karni to dulhaa ko bharni re
teri dulhan badi jaadugarni
hahahaaha
hahahaha

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Dialogue
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didi
dekho na hamaari bahan ko kis tarah chhed rahe hain
tum kyun nahin unhen chhedti didi
didi
dulhe ko to tum hi ulloo bana sakti ho
jaao na
jaao na
jaao na
haan chalo

hahahahaaha

maza aayega
maza aayega
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end of dialogue
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kaho to aaj bol doon

kaho to aaj bol doon
main saare bhed khol doon
ke dulha sharmaaye
rang ud ud jaaye
kaho to aaj bol doon
main saare bhed khol doon
ke dulha sharmaaye
rang ud ud jaaye

mujhko maaloom hai sab
dhang iske hain ajab
kabhi jhaanke ye idhar
kabhi taake ye udar
har haseena pe mare
roop kya kya na bhare
laakh nadaan lage
mujhko shaitaan lage ae ae
kaho to
haha
kaho to aaj bol doon
mai sare bhed khol doon
ke dulha sharmaaye
rang ud ud jaaye

itna bhookha hai ke bas mujhko aata hai taras
iske man bhaaye sabhi
jo mile khaaye sabhi
chaahe jhootha hi mile
sabka thhooka hi mile
ye kahaan tak hai gira
munh na khulvaao mera
kaho to
kyun
kaho to aaj bol doon
main saare bhed khol doon
ke dulha sharmaaye
rang ud ud jaaye

poochho dulhe se zara
kyun hai gusse mein bhara
aisi kya maine kahi
teer ban ke jo lagi
kyun jhuki jaaye nazar
kyun paseene mein hai tar
iski baaten main sabhi kah deti hoon abhi ee
kaho to aaj bol doon
ho o
kaho to
kaho to aaj bol doon
main saare bhed khol doon
ke dulha sharmaaye
rang ud ud jaaye


This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, 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 : 3790 Post No. : 14774

Hullo to Atuldom

At the outset let me wish our friend of Atuldom “A very Happy Birthday” and lotsa of love and joy forever. Let her always be a mystery (paheli); atleast till I meet her personally. But from accounts about her that Sudhirji had once shared on the blog and Atulji’s had written in his post I am very eager to meet her. Till then I will be content with the occasional telephonic chat or WhatsApp masti that we indulge in. Wish you a very Happy Birthday Khyatiji. Have a great day musical day.

“Amir Garib” is a movie I have seen ages back at the time it was released. I have very foggy memory of the contents, only thing I recollect is both Dev Anand and Hema play petty thieves in addition to picking each other’s pockets, and sing the same song one after the other i.e. “soni aur moni ki hai jodiajeeb” has two versions that follow each other in quick succession, in Kishore Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar. Also, I recollect how gorgeous and petite Hema lookedand Dev Anand’s style of dressing, and dancing.

For the plot content I consulted the WIKI and this is what I found :-

The film starts with Mumbai police officials deliberating how to crack a spate of robberies targeting the rich in the city by a masked thief called Bagula Bhagat. Inspector Anand (Sujeet Kumar) is given charge of the case.
Meanwhile, one gets to see musician and singer, Manmohan, alias Moni, working in a hotel owned by Seth Daulatram (Premnath) who is pursued by Sunita aka Soni, a pickpocket, who lives with her foster mother (Sulochana). In fact, Sunita’s rich businessman father died when he was duped by his treacherous manager, Daulatram.

Actually, Bagula Bhagat is Moni in disguise, whose informers (including Birbal and Tuntun) garner information about the misdeeds of unscrupulous traders and businessmen. These then become the target of Bagula Bhagat, who robs them of their riches only to distribute among the poor and the needy. Moni’s heart beats for the ill trodden after a childhood incident, in which his grandfather was killed by a ruthless landowner, who not only belittles him for his poverty, and mocks him about Moni’s mother having been duped by a rich man.

After a series of incidents-some interesting, others outright boring and outlandish Moni and Soni agree to teach Seth Daulatram a lesson for his misdeeds. But before that, Moni comes to know that Soni’s foster mother is actually his mother and that inspector Sujeet Kumar is the fiancé of his foster sister. The film ends after a courtroom drama, in which the judge tries Bagula Bhagat for his misdemeanours. Does the judge take a lenient view of Moni’s plea for rights of the poor? Or is he delivered a harsh punishment?

Lets have this party song today to celebrate our Khyatji’s birthday. It has the normal masala movie setup of a climax song, with the villain (Premnath) bringing in the heroine’s mother (Sulochana) as his hidden trump to thwart the hero and heroine in their mission. We have Ranjeet playing Premnath’s chamcha.

This song also shows Dev Anand in the style he was known for after the advent of colour in movies.

Video

Audio

Song-Kahin janaab ko mera to intzaar nahin (Ameer Ghareeb)(1974) Singers-Lata, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
Both

Lyrics(Based on Audio version)

thha intzar jiska aaa
woh raat aa gayi hai
thha intzaar jiska
woh raat aa gayi hai
dulha miyaan kahaan hai
baaraat aa gayi hai
uljhe huye hain saahib
uljhan ko dhoondhte hain
mehfil mein doston ki ee
dushman ko dhoondhte hain

nashe ka jhonka hai woh
nazar kaa dhokha hai woh
nashe ka jhonka hai woh
nazar kaa dhokha hai woh
huzoor aayega woh zuroor
aayega woh

magar woh dushman e jaan
na aa chuka ho yahaan
magar woh dushman e jaan
na aa chuka ho yahaan
kisi pe kya hai yaqeen
kahin woh main toh nahin
kisi pe kya hai yaqeen
kahin woh main toh nahin
kuchh aitbaar nahin ee
kahin janaab ko mera toh intzaar nahin ee
kahin janaab ko mera toh intzaar nahin
kisi pe kya hai yaqeen
kahin woh main toh nahin
kuchh aitbar nahin
kahin janaab ko mera toh intzaar nahin ee
kahin janaab ko mera toh intzaar nahin

nazar udaas hai kyon
labon pe pyaas hai kyon
nazar udaas hai kyon
labon pe pyaas hai kyon
uthhaaon jaam piyo
usi ke naam piyo
guzarne do yeh ghadi
badi hai raat padi
guzarne do yeh ghadi
badi hai raat padi
ke thhodi der mein woh kahega aake suno
tumhen karaar nahin
kahin janaab ko mera toh intzaar nahin ee
kahin janaab ko mera toh intzaar nahin

aaa
aa aa aa aa aa
yeh ameer aur gareeb
zara se aayen kareeb
yeh ameer aur gareeb
zara se aayen kareeb
toh koyi baat bane
meri baaraat bane
yahi toh soch ke haan
main aa gaya hoon yahaan
yahi toh soch ke haan
main aa gaya hoon yahaan
yeh meri bhool sahi
ghalat asool sahi
main sharmsaar nahin ee
kahin janaab ko mera toh intzaar nahin ee
kahin janaab ko mera toh intzaar nahin

mera jo haal hai abb
kiya hai tumne yeh sab
mera jo haal hai abb
kiya hai tumne yeh sab
tumhaara kaam hai yeh
ke intekaam hai yeh
diya jo toone mujhe
wahi main doongi tujhe
diya jo toone mujhe
wahi main doongi tujhe
yahi hai kaam mera
khizaa hai nam mera
ke main bahaar nahi ee
kahin janaab ko mera toh intzaar nahin ee
kahin janaab ko mera toh intzaar nahin
kisi pe kya hai yaqeen
kahin woh main toh nahin
kuchh aitbaar nahin
kahin janaab ko

mera toh intzaar nahin
kahin janaab ko mera toh intzaar nahin


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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.

This is a labour of love, where “new” songs are added every day, and that has been the case for over ELEVEN years. This blog has over 15200 song posts by now.

This blog is active and online for over 4000 days since its beginning on 19 july 2008.

Total number of songs posts discussed

15289

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Movies with all their songs covered =1180
Total Number of movies covered =4209

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