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Blog Day :

4973 Post No. : 16849

2022 is marching and we are into March.

There are many actresses who have graced the silver screen eversince the moving images have held the fantasy of audiences. Some of these ladies began their on-screen life as ‘heroines’, a term used to denote the main female protagonist or the romantic interest of the main male in the story that the movie is depicting. That means the actress will be playing Seetha to a Ram, Parvati to her Mahadev, Radha to her Kanhaiya etc. if the movie was a mythological. If the movie was historical then a Rani Padmini, Rani Lakshmibai etc would be the main protagonist and the lady playing these characters would be called the heroine of the movie. The other ladies gracing the movie- playing Sakhi (friend), Maa, Didi, Bhabhi or Manthara, Kaikeyi, or a nautch girl- would be called supporting actress. No story (whether in movies or novels or real-life) is complete without supporting characters.

I know, there is no need for me to explain these terms -supporting cast, hero, heroine etc.- to regular movie buffs. But the person who is celebrating her 80th birthday today is one who was the first heroine of Rajesh Khanna- the superstar of the 70s.

She was born in Allahabad on 1st March 1942 to Dr. Jitendra Mukherjee and a homemaker mother- Kamini Devi. She was one of seven children i.e. she had four sisters and two brothers. (Allahabad also gave us a superstar. But more about that later).

We are talking of Indrani Mukherjee who made her debut in Bimal Roy Productions “Usne Kaha Tha” (for which she was given the Filmfare Best Supporting Actress) in 1960 which was followed by ‘Dharmputra’, ‘Grahasti’, ‘Haqeeqat’ which were the more notable initial films of this dainty Bengali beauty. In between she appeared as Dharmendra’s wife in ‘Shaadi’ which was a movie with Manoj Kumar as main lead. She was also seen in Manoj Kumar’s ‘Shaheed’ in 1965. That means she was decently active in the 60s and “Aakhri Khat” by Chetan Anand saw her play Rajesh Khanna’s love interest. We also saw her in a song where Sanjeev Kumar wooed her singing ‘tumhaari zulf ke saaye mein shaam kar doonga’.

Of course, I have not seen any of the films or songs that I have mentioned here other than possibly the song from ‘Grahasti’ when it appeared on Doordarshan ages back. Recently I discovered that the song “paayal ki jhankaar raste raste” has her dancing and decently too.

Possibly the first time I saw her on-screen was in Manmohan Desai’s “Chacha Bhatija” and “Parvarish” both in 1977. In one she played Amitabh Bachchan and Vinod Khanna’s mother and in the other she played Dharmendra’s bhabhi and mother to Randhir Kapoor.

I also remember her as Maharani Meenakshi in Desai’s “Dharam Veer” (1977) where she falls in love with a brave hunter, thinking him to be dead marries the crown-prince of some XYZ kingdom, gives birth to twins who are separated at birth etc. Indrani Mukherjee had a sizable screen time in this movie too where Jeetendra and Dharmendra played her sons.

Here I would like to point out that these actors, barring Dharmendra, were all in the same age bracket as Indrani and this is something that I have always had a problem with. Actors never age and the lady who once played his love-interest plays his mother, bhabhi etc a supporting character, I mean ladies get to play young characters for a shorter period as compared to gents. But that is not the point of this post. This post is meant to wish a healthy and happy 80th birthday to Indrani Mukherjee.

Let us have a song from “Chacha Bhatija”. It is a song and dance situation where we see Hema Malini playing a kind of ‘ojha’. Randhir Kapoor and Dharmendra (in disguise of course) have brought Sonia Sahni to the ‘ojha’ to get the spirit, of a supposedly dead Indrani Mukherjee, to leave her. We can also see the “permanently drunk” Keshto Mukherjee recording the proceedings, specially assigned to record Sonia’s confession. All in all a very entertaining song. And where does it come from?

From a Manmohan Desai movie of course, which was meant to relax the audience. His movies were the type where logic was conspicuous by its absence, the movies were fast-paced giving the viewer little time to think “what is happening!!!” The absence of logic is realized only on repeat viewing of these films. And all of Desai’s films have repeat value and are entertaining to the generations that were not even born back then.

Incidentally 1st March also happens to be Manmohan Desai’s anniversary, it is 28 years since his passing, he had just celebrated his 57th birthday.

Today’s song is by the team of Anand Bakshi-Laxmikant-Pyarelal-Asha Bhonsle. (I am not sure if it is the voice of any male singer for the words uttered by the two heroes)


Song-Bhoot Raaja bahaar aa jaa (Chaacha Bhateeja)(1977) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
Chorus

Lyrics

ooooo ooooo
aa aa aa aaa
ooooo oooo
aa aa aa
ooooo oooo
aa aa aa

hahaha
ahahahaha
bol
kaun hain tu
tu kahaan se aaya hain
kisne bheja hain
main dekh loongi tujhe
haa

bhoot raaja bahaar aaja
aaja ho aaja bahaar aaja
bhoot raaja bahaar aaja
aaja ho aaja bahaar aaja
seedhi tarah se maan ja nahin toh
main baja doongi tera band baaja
bhoot raaja bahaar aaja
aaja ho aaja bahaar aaja
seedhi tarah se maan ja nahin toh
main baja doongi tera band baaja
bhoot raaja bahaar aaja
aaja ho aaja bahaar aaja

laaton ke bhoot baaton se nahin maantey
jooton ke shaukeen haathon se nahin maantey
aaja
raaja
nahin aayega toh maar khayega
aaja
raaja
nahin aayega toh maar khaayega
huh kyun Khushiram
bol Hansiram
sat vachan hain maa
sat vachan hain maa

din hai abhi ke raat
raat
jeet teri ke maat
maat
joota pade ke laat
laat
ek
do
teen
chaar
paanch
chhe
saat
bas bas
poore hone do das das
seedhi tarah se maan ja nahin toh
main baja doongi tera band baaja
bhoot raaja bahaar aaja
aaja ho aaja bahaar aaja
bhoot raaja bahaar aaja
aaja ho aaja bahaar aaja

aaaaa aaaaaa
hu
aa aa aa aa aa
hu
aa aa aa aa aa
hu
aa aa aa aa aa
hu
aa aa aa aa aa

tujhko pasand ho toh sar pe maaroon danda
garmi ka hai mausam
tujhko karoon thhanda
aaja
raaja
nahin aayega toh maar khayega
aaja
raaja
nahi aayega toh maar khaayega
bol Hansiram
kyun bey Khushiram
sat vachan hai maa
sat vachan hai maa

chup bhali ke shor
shor
mor hai ye ke chor
chor
kaafi hai ya aur
aur
ek
do
teen
chaar
paanch
chhe
saat
bas
bas
poore hone do das das
roti kyun hai hans
seedhi tarah se maan ja nahin toh
main baja doongi tera band baaja
bhoot raja bahaar aaja
aaja ho aaja bahaar aaja
bhoot raaja bahaar aaja
aaja ho aaja bahaar aaja

bol
yehi hai na woh bhoot
haan yehi hai
yehi hai
ha ha ha ha
hahahaha

kaisa jakda shikanje mein
ye ab hai mere panje mein
kaisa jakda shikanje mein
ye ab hai mere panje mein
bol tu is’se kyun sataata hai
maine nahin
issne mujhe
beghar banaaya hai
hmm
beghar banaya hai
bol

(some dialogue)
——————————

aur kya kya zulm kiye hain in par
zyaada nahin
Seeta devi par jhoothha ilzaam lagaa kar
unhen marne par majboor kiya thha
aur
zyaada nahin
Teja ke chhote bhai Shankar ko jaan se maarne ki koshish ki thhi
aur
zyaada nahin
apne bete ko Teja ka beta banaa kar
uski daulat ka waaris banaaya thha
bas bas
bas nahin
abhi to poore gin’ne hain das
————————————-
toh chal
tu isse maafi maang
baith
uthh
baithh
uthh
let
??
ghoom
baithh
uthh
let
ghoom
ghoom
naach
bhaag


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4971 Post No. : 16844

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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(#Music Composer-Singer-Bappi Lahiri#7 – A tribute to Bappi Da!)

Bappi Da!

16th February 2022 was another sad day for the Hindi Film Music lovers after the news of Bappi Da’s passing away came. Just ten days back we had lost ‘sur-samraadni’ Lata Mangeshkar on 06.02.2022.

Bappi Lahiri passed away at the age of sixty-nine. Nobody expected that, atleast for me it was a shocking news. I had missed the earlier news of his being hospitalized and he was there at the hospital for 29 days, and then was released for his home. But he had to rush back to the hospital again, as Bappi Da’s condition deteriorated.

Whatever be the reason, nobody was ready for this news. Just couple of months back (or less than that, I am forgetting) he was there at ‘Zee TV Sa re ga ma’ show. I had watched this program. Bappi Da’s grandson was also there on this show.

I may not be a great fan of Bappi Lahiri, but I am big fan of his music, particularly some of his songs of ‘pre disco era’ and some songs from ‘disco era’ and post ‘disco-era’ too.

I specifically do not like his music for some Jitendra movies like ‘Mawaali’, ‘Justice Chaudhary’ and films in the same ‘genre’. At that time, I felt his music from these movies irritating too, wherever songs from these movies were played.

But then I was only fifteen-sixteen then and had not listen much of his ‘pre-disco’ era songs and songs in between because I did not paid attention to his music then. As I had mentioned in my earlier post here, I lost the track of his music later or 1985-1986 onwards.

Before that I liked songs of ‘Disco Dancer’, ‘Armaan’, ‘Waardaat’, some songs of ‘Himmatwala’ etc etc.

Later, as I grow, I got to listen many of his pre- ‘Himmatwala’ phase songs. I liked many of them. Some of them were regularly played at our (group of Indians in Kenya) week-end parties as I had mentioned earlier here. I am reproducing some text of my earlier write-up on him here. (I hope readers will not mind me of repeating of this text here. But this background is necessary to know how the music of Bappi Lahiri grow on me as years passed) …

Bappi Lahiri was born on 27th November’1952 in Jalpaiguri, West Bengal to Aparesh Lahiri and Bansari Lahiri who themselves were accomplished Bengali singers and musicians. Both his parents also came from Jalpaiguri.

He made his debut as a singer in a Bengali movie ‘Daadu’ in 1972 and if we considered this first assignment of him in Bangla movie ‘Daadu’ which came to him in 1969 (as told to Anupama Chopra in an interview), this year in 2019 he has completed fifty years in his film-music journey. He has many records on his name and have been conferred by many awards till now. And he is still going on – rocking.

The first Hindi movie he composed music was ‘Nanhaa Shikaari’ which came to him in 1971 and this movie was released in 1973.
I was never a big Bappi Lahiri fan, but I was actively considering writing about Bappi Lahiri compositions. The reason behind this was that here in our camp, we were listening to many of his songs (both as a composer and singer) during our regular parties and I realised that these songs were liked by many, and they all have good music, particularly the ‘beats’ which people danced and enjoyed a lot. These were mainly the songs from his ‘disco era’.

One of my bosses particularly loved ‘Jeele le jeele le aayo aayo jeele le’ every time ‘bhaai ye gaana zaroor bajaana’. On one or two occasions when he was asking us to play some ‘English’ or ‘Kenyan’ music I brought him back to the songs of ‘Armaan’, ‘Waardaat’, ‘Disco Dancer’ or played other Bappi Lahiri songs.

‘Bambai se aaya mare dost’ from ‘Aap Ki Khaatir-1977’ was perhaps the song that first introduced me with the music of Bappi Lahiri. This song was very popular then and was played frequently on radio and loudspeakers or in orchestras.

Subsequently I got introduced to songs from ‘Pyaara Dushman-1980’, ‘Armaan-1981’, ‘Waardaat-1981’, ‘Namak Halaal-1982’ etc.

I liked the songs from ‘Armaan’, ‘Waardaat’, though I had not watched these movies until now.
I also liked the songs of ‘Disco Dancer-1982’ very much, and I specially remember them because they were played by my friends during the summer vacation of 1983 after our 10th board exams were over.

Bappi Lahiri had composed some nice songs in his pre- ‘disco era’ that I was not aware of. Subsequently I have discovered a few such songs and I have shared a few of them on the blog.

For example, songs like ‘Ye naina ye kaajal’ from ‘Dil Se Mile Dil-1978’, ‘Sainyya bina ghar soona’ from ‘Aangan Ki Kali-1979’ etc. were shared by me long back.
After ‘Disco Dancer’ it was ‘Himmatwaala-1983’ which I watched with my younger brothers & cousins in the summer vacations (1983) and I liked few of its songs if not all.

Then there were movies where Bappi Lahiri composed songs for the movies from ‘South’ banners where Jeetendra was the main hero. From these movies I remember, ‘Jaani Dost-1983’, ‘Haisiyat-1984’, ‘Tohfaa-1984’ and of course I like all songs from ‘Sharaabi-1984’.

I also liked some of the songs from ‘Naukar Biwi Ka-1983’ which I watched during my stay at Akola (1983-1985).

I didn’t like the songs from ‘Mawaali-1983’. I liked one or two songs from ‘Justice Chaudhary-1983’. I did not watch these movies.

During 1983-85 when I was studying in 11th-12th standard disco music was ruling the charts in India. But I was more inclined to the golden era of HFM then and Rajesh Khanna movies, so I lost the track of many Bappi Lahiri songs and may be even not liking some of them.

I had then given a list of movies where Bappi Lahiri composed the songs from the years 1971-1980.

During the preparation of this list, I came across many movies of this period where Bappi Da had created some musical gems, that failed to get popular as the movies failed at the box office.

Like, when I came across the movie name ‘Ek Ladki Badnaam Si’ which was not released, and looked for its songs, I found that already one of its songs has been posted in a detailed post on Bappi Lahiri by Sudhir ji.

Today’s song is also one those forgotten gems. It is from the ‘1977’ movie ‘Paapi’. I had shared a song from this movie earlier.

Today’s song is sung by Lata Mangeshkar. Lata Mangeshkar passed away on 06.02.2022. Bappi Da had expressed his grief and paying his tribute he had posted his photo with Lata Mangeshkar when he was a child (4 years old) and was sitting in the lap of Lata Mangeshkar. Bappi Da wrote the word “Maa!” only. That is enough to tell us how emotional he was on the loss of Lata Mangeshkar.

Today’s movie “Paapi-1977” had four Lata solos which I had mentioned in my earlier post. And I presented a song which I found little familiar to me.

At that time, I had also said that I will listen the other songs from this movie. But that did not happen. Now, when I thought to pen this write-up as a tribute to Bappi Lahiri, I want to present a Lata Mangeshkar song only and so I go through the songs of this movie.

And I was surprised. How I missed this ‘wonderful’ song earlier and I also do not remember to have heard it anywhere. The year ‘1977’ was Bappi Da’s ‘bambai se aaya mera dost’ from ‘Aap Ki Khatir’ making news and was being played everywhere. That was the only Bappi Da song which made it to the ‘annual list of Binaca Geetmala of 1977’.

There were five movies in 1977 which had music composed by Bappi Lahiri.

Sno. Title (Year) Date of Censor Certificate Lyricist/s
1 Aap Ki Khaatir(1977) 07.06.1977 Shaily Shailendra
2 Haiwaan (1977) 03.10.1977 Gauhar Kanpuri, Hasrat Jaipuri, Pradeep Roychaudhari, Amit Khanna, Dada Ji
3 Paapi(1977 10.01.1977 Naqsh Lyallpuri, Kulwant Jani, Harendranath Chattopadhyay
4 Phir Janam Lenge Ham (1977) 23.06.1977 Gauhar Kanpuri
5 Pratima Aur Paayal(1977) 03.09.1977 Rajkavi Tulsi, Shivkumar Saroj, Indeevar, Gauhar Kanpuri

Today’s movie ‘Paapi-1977’ was produced and directed by O.P. Ralhan for his home productions ‘Ralhan Productions. Bombay’.

O.P. Ralhan also wrote the story and screenplay of this movie.

Dialogues of this movie were written by Qamar Jalalabadi. Editing for this movie was done by Vasant Borkar.

It had Sunil Dutt, Sanjeev Kumar, Zeenat Aman, Reena Roy, Prem Chopra, Padma Khanna, Madan Puri, Iftekhar, Durga Khote, Jagdish Raj, Jatin, Appi Umrani, Dhanraj, Tuntun, Moolchand, Baby Deepa, Rajan Kapoor, Master Vikas, and Alka with O.P. Ralhan, Kamaldeep, Rajnath, Sheela, Ratan Gaurang, Jawahar Kaul and others.

Danny Dengzongpa makes a special appearance in this movie. Hina Kausar, Manmohan Krishan, Kamal Kapoor, Nana Palsikar, Sudhir makes a guest appearance in this movie.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 10.01.1977.

As per HFGK there are nine songs in this movie written by Naqsh Lyallpuri (five songs), Kulwant Jani (three songs) and Harindranath Chatopadhyay (one song).
Lata Mangeshkar, Mohd Rafi, Mahendra Kapoor, Ranu Mukherji and Miss Lorna had given their voices to the songs in this movie.

Music for this movie was composed by Bappi Lahiri.

SNo Song Title Singer/s Lyricist Posted On
01 Come on, come on, oh darling come on Ranu Mukherjee, Lorna Harendranath Chattopadhyay
02 Paap ka saawan ghir aaya hai, paap ke baadal … Mahendra Kapoor, chorus Naqsh Lyallpuri
03 Pyaar ik gunaah, suno jo karega chaah … Lata Mangeshkar Kulwant Jani
04 Bol sajana mujhe chhod ke yahaan, dil tod ke mera kahaan jaaye … Lata Mangeshkar Kulwant Jani
05 Aa jaan-e-jaan, aa meharbaan, jeene ki adaa Lata Mangeshkar Kulwant Jani
06 Ruk jaa tere haath bandhe hain karmon ki zanjeer mein Mohd Rafi Naqsh Lyallpuri
07 Shama jaley yaa naa jaley, roshan hai apna jahaan … Lata Mangeshkar Naqsh Lyallpuri 09.02.2019
08 Jeevan bhi badnaam … Mahendra Kapoor, chorus Naqsh Lyallpuri
09 Doha Naqsh Lyallpuri

From the nine songs in this movie Lata Mangeshkar has sung as many as four solo songs in this movie.

Rafi Saab had one solo, while Mahendra Kapoor had two solo songs, and Ranu Mukherji and Lorna had sung one duet song in this movie.

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. This movie which had a star cast like Sanjeev Kumar, Sunil Dutt, Zeenat Amaan, Reena Roy, Prem Chopra, Padma Khanna, Madan Puri, Iftekhar, etc. must be an interesting movie to watch, I think.

Let us now enjoy the today’s song from ‘Paapi-1977’ which is performed on screen by Padma Khanna, and we can see Sanjeev Kumar, Sunil Dutt, Reena Roy, and many others in the picturization of this song …

Lata Mangeshkar is the singer of this song penned by Kulwant Jani, and composed by Bappi Lahiri.

Let us now enjoy the today’s song …

(Lyrics have been noted down as per the audio link which is a longer link)

Audio

Video

Song-Aa jaan e jaan (Paapi)(1977) singer-Lata, Lyrics-Kulwant Jaani, MD-Bappi Lahiri

Lyrics

ru ru
ru ru
ru ru
ru ru
ru oo oo

ru ru
ru ru
ru ru
ru ru
ru oo oo

tu ru ru
tu ru ru
tu ru ru
tu ru ru
tu ru ru
tu ru ru
tu ru ru
tu ru ru
tu ru ru

aa jaan e jaan
ru ru ru ru
aa meharbaan
ru ru ru ru
jeene ki adaa
ru ru ru
tujhko dilrubaa
ru ru oo
main doon sikhaa
main doon sikhaa aa

ulfat ke pyaale se jisne
thhodi si bhi pee ee ee ee
duniya mein usko khudaa bhi
jannat si mileee
pee le yaar
pee le yaar

aa jaan e jaan
ru ru ru oo
aa meharbaan
ru ru ru
jeene ki adaa ru ru ru
tujhko dilrubaa
ru ru ru oo
main ae doon sikhaa
main ae doon sikhaa aa

milti hain jinko mohabbat
wo hain khushnaseeb
kar doon main tujhpe inaayat
aajaa tu kareeb
aaja ya aa
aaja yaar (?)
haan jaan e jaan
ru ru ru ru oo
aa meharbaan
ru ru ru ru oo
jeene ki adaa tujhko dilrubaa
ru ru ru ru oo
main doon sikhaa
main ae doon sikhaa aa

tu ru ru ru
tu ru ru ru
tu ru ru ru
ru ru oo oo

zulfon ki phir ye ghataayen
chhaaye ke naa chhaaye ae
saanson ka kya hai bharosa
aaye ke naa aaye
jaa ke yaar
jaa ke yaar
haan jaan e jaan
tu ru ru ru
aa meharbaan
tu ru ru ru
jeene ki adaa
ru ru
tujhko dilrubaa
tu ru ru ru
main doon sikhaa
main ae doon sikhaa aa


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4949 Post No. : 16808

“Chalta Purza”(1977) was produced and directed by Bhappi Sonie. The movie had Rajesh Khanna, Parveen Babi, Rakesh Roshan, Ajit, Ranjeet, Asrani, Purnima, Baby Chintu, Sonia Sahni, Sudhir, Manmohan, V. Gopal, Leena Disuza, Kirti Kumar, Kuljit, Dhoomal, Aparna Chaudhary, Madan Keni, Bramha Bharadwaj, Shyam Kumar, Mumtaz Begam, Lalita Kumari, Manorama, Habib, Keshav Rana, Madhup Sharma, Kamal, Kamaldeep, Dilip Dutt, Jankidas etc in it. Bindu make a special appearance in this movie. Murad, Raj Mehra, Komila Virk, Keti Mirza and Dev Kumar make guest appearances.

“Chalta Purza”(1977) had four songs in it. Three songs have been covered in the blog. Here are their details:-

Blog post number Song Date of post Singer (s)
7458 Band lifaafe mein jaise 6 February 2013 Lata, Kishore Kumar
12741 Baby ghar chalo ghar tum bin hai soona 29 December 2016 Kishore Kumar, Sushma Shreshtha
16443 Arre aa gaye hum dildaar (Chalta Purza) 27 June 2021 Kishore Kumar, Lata

Here is the fourth and final song from “Chalta Purza”(1977) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.

The song is picturised as a cabarat dance song. Going by the cast of the movie, my guess is that the cabarat dancer is Kati Mirza. Rajesh Khanna, and others are also present in the picturisation.
I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify the dancer.

Our in house artist identification expert Prakashchandra has identified the dancer as Leena Das. Kirti Kumar, Kuljeet, Habib are also seen in the picturisation.

With this song, all the songs of “Chalta Purza”(1977) are covered in the blog. The movie thus joins the list of movies that have been YIPPEED in the blog.


Song-Raat ne rang jamaaya hai naya khilaadi aaya hai(Chalta Purza)(1977) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

ru ru ru ru
ru ru ru ru

hey ae ae
ye raat ne rang jamaaya hai
naya khilaadi aaya hai
pehla daanv lagaaya hai
mera dil
ghabraaya hai

raat ne rang jamaaya hai
naya khilaadi aya hai
pehla daanv lagaaya hai
mera dil
ghabraaya hai

waise aaj ke khel mein kis se kaun
kis se kaun
takraata hai
hah
daanv kaun lagaata hai
hmm
begam ghulam baadshah kaun banaata hai
tum tum tum
teri baat nahin yaar tu kaahe
ghabraata hai

hahahahaha
lalalalala
kaho tumhaara khayaal hai
kaho kaho
kya haal hai
poochh rahe ho kamaal hai
chalo tumhaari chaal hai
kaho tumhaara khayaal hai
suno kaho kya haal hai
poochh rahe ho
kamaal hai
chalo tumhaari chaal hai
der se aaye ya jaldi
pakka number aata hai
ye
haah
taash kaun kaun kaun lagaata hai
hmm
begam ghulam baadshah
kaun banaata hai
teri baat nahin yaar
tu kaahe ae ae ghabraata hai

kisi pe kya ilzaam hai
ye khel yoonhi badnaam hai
saara uska kaam hai
kismat jiska naam hai
kisi pe kya ilzaam hai
ye khel yoonhi badnaam hai
saara uska kaam hai
kismat jiska naam hai
koi jeet jaata hai
koi ee haar jaata hai
ha
hisaab kaun lagaata hai
hmm
begam ghulaam baadshah
kaun banaata hai
tum tum tum
teri baat nahin yaar
tu kaahe ae ae ghabraata hai
tu kaahe ae ae ghabraata hai


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.

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4915 Post No. : 16737 Movie Count :

4556

I count the minutes the days the hours. . .
I count the stars. . .

Days, then weeks, then months – on to years and decades. The march of time incessantly continues. Superimposed on this unremitting progression is a calendar that allows us to measure passages of time. The philosophers of yore had no tools other than observation and contemplation, by which they used to measure natural phenomena. And then this measurement and contemplation over long periods of time uncovered patterns of celestial movements which tied into the the design of changing climate on earth. And thus was born the concept of calendar and measures of years. Over a period of time it got refined into a detailed structure that we now see as twelve months and 365 days. Of course with further refinements of leap years and leap centuries to make accurate adjustments to synchronize the this framework with the precise movement of Sun in our skies.

As aeons progressed, the year became a substantive measure of passage of time that fitted well into the cycle of seasons, and hence into the cycle of agriculture and farming of crops. This was the basic standard that started it all – there is nothing more critical in the world than food for survival. Air and water are available, but food – it has to be grown.

So the year became a standard of passages in life. The human life, its works and its achievements got tied with the cycle of years. Age of humans, education, performance measures of all kinds et al, got tied to the cycle of years. Longevity of relationships and the apparent joy of happiness, trust and loyalty, financial turnovers – you name it. Everything happens with the passage of years.

And the year also become the benchmark of celebrations, be it birthdays, anniversaries etc., everything is in terms of number of years.

And this pyramid is completed when we celebrate the passage of the ‘year’ itself. From time immemorial, different races, different nations, different belief systems, different working systems, and more – have identified their own regulated time points within a year, when the completion of one year is announced. Within our own country we have multiple celebrations around the year, when we announce the dawn of a new year. And so have many other countries, religions and sects of people.

The Gregorian calendar is the most prevalent and accepted calendar around the world at present times. And hence the start of a fresh year as per this calendar is also a celebration that has been accepted worldwide. Come 1st January, and the dawn of the New Year is celebrated across all nations and across all time zones. So that brings us to the celebration of the New Year on our blog also.

Over the past thirteen plus years, we have celebrated this day fourteen times, starting with 1st January 2009, and counting up to today i.e. 2022. As I tried to trace out the songs which are specifically New Year celebration songs, I could locate only 11 songs that have been used so far on this blog. No doubt the celebration and greetings messages are contained in some more posts that are dated 31st Dec and 1st Jan. But not all those songs are specifically New Year celebration songs. Here is the list of these eleven songs. In case I have missed any, please leave a comment, and I shall update this table.

Ye Saal Ki Aakhhri Raat Hai Beraham 1980 31-Dec-11
Saal Mubaarak Saahib Jee Do Jaasoos 1975 1-Jan-12
Naya Saal Aaye Tamaashe Dikhaaye Nazraana Pyaar Ka 1980 1-Jan-12
Aanewaale Saal Ko Salaam Aap Ke Saath 1986 1-Jan-12
Sabko Mubarak Naya Saal Samrat 1954 1-Jan-13
Saal Mubaarak Aaya Ho Jiyo Mere Raaja Toote Khilaune 1954 1-Jan-13
Happy New Year To You Do Jaasoos 1975 1-Jan-13
Naye Puraane Saal Mein Ek Raat Baaki Hai Raksha 1981 31-Dec-14
Aadhi Raat Aayi To Khayaal Aaya Hai Bahaaron Ki Manzil 1991 1-Jan-15
Assalaam-aile-Qum, Saal Mubaarak Ho Telephone 1986 31-Dec-19
Sach Kehta Hai Ye Saara Zamaana Jaagir 1984 1-Jan-20

Our dear Prakash Chandra ji has been very diligent with ferreting out songs for special occasions, and he has been very helpful in the past in getting details about New Year celebration songs to Atul ji and myself. Actually two of his suggested songs are still waiting. As I was trying to use one of them for this post, I discovered that the links provided were not functional at this time. So for today, we are using this song from the 1977 film ‘Zehreeli’. The film makes its debut on our blog today.

‘Zehreeli’ is a run-of-the-mill crime and punishment tale. A B-grade movie, that most likely came and went without raising much interest. The film comes from the production house of Amba Films,Bombay and is directed by VN Reddy, who is also the cinematographer of this film. The star cast of this film is listed as Neetu Singh, Shailendra Singh, Bindu, Jalal Agha, Imtiaz, Virendra, Jairaj, Purnima, Sharat Saxena, Jagirdar, Satish Arora, Nandita Thakur and others.

As per Geet Kosh, there are three songs in this film. The music director for this film is Sharda, whom we better know as a singer.  As I check the MD details on the blog, we already have four songs on board, that have been composed by her. This now is the fifth song composed by her to be showcased here.

Two songs of this film are penned by Vithalbhai Patel and one song is written by Abhilaash. This song is from the pen of Vithalbhai Patel. The singing voices are of Mohammed Rafi and Aarti Mukherji. On screen, Bindu is lip syncing the voice of Aarti Mukherji. I had a hard time trying to identify the gentleman who lip syncs Rafi Sb’s voice. The name is M Naidu, and he is also the choreographer for the film. I must thank my dear friend Ahsaan Bhai, an ardent fan of Rafi Sb, for this identification.

The song is somewhat peculiar. It has only one stanza after the mukhda, and it was also an exercise to confirm that this is the complete version. The audio of the song, and also the song on screen has a longer duration. More than half the duration of the song is simply music and dance by Bindu. Oh well, the powers that may be. It is a song of Happy New Year message, so here we are.

This is the opening song of the film immediately after the credits are displayed on screen.

And so, it is a goodbye to the dear 2021, and a welcome to the fresh and new 2022.
Wishing all readers, friends and fellow band-wagoneers, a Very Happy and Peaceful New Year.

gaya saal gaya aur naya saal aaya

Audio

Video


Song – Jawaan Samaa Jawaan Bahaar Chaman Muskuraaya  (Zehreeli) (1977) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Aarti Mukherji, Lyrics – Vithalbai Patel, MD – Sharda
Mohammed Rafi + Aarti Mukherji
Chorus

Lyrics

hey
jawaan samaa jawaan bahaar
chaman muskuraaya
gaya saal gaya aur naya saal aaya
jawaan samaa jawaan bahaar
chaman muskuraaya
gaya saal gaya aur naya saal aaya
dil mein pyaar ka nasha
jhoomti disha disha
chaaron or jaadu sa chhaa gaya
chaaron or jaadu sa chhaa gaya

[sounds of revelry and laughter]

har nazar mein pyaar ki hai roshni
muskura rahi hai nai zindagi
hey
hara adaa lagey hamein bhali bhali

baahon mein aa gai hai har khushi
mujh se koi mujh ko hi chura gaya
aankhon mein taare sajaa gaya

hey. . .
jawaan samaa jawaan bahaar
chaman muskuraaya
gaya saal gaya aur naya saal aaya

Happy New Year

[sounds of revelry and laughter]
[music and dance sequence]

————————————————
Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir Kapur)
————————————————

हे
जवां समा जवां बहार
चमन मुस्कुराया
गया साल गया और नया साल आया
जवां समा जवां बहार
चमन मुस्कुराया
गया साल गया और नया साल आया
दिल में प्यार का नशा
झूमती दिशा दिशा
चारों ओर जादू सा छा गया
चारों ओर जादू सा छा गया

[आमोद प्रमोद और हंसी के शब्द]

हर नज़र में प्यार की है रोशनी
मुस्कुरा रही है नई ज़िंदगी
हर अदा लगे हमें भली भली
बाहों में आ गई है हर खुशी
मुझसे कोई मुझको ही चुरा गया
आँखों में तारे सजा गया

हे
जवां समा जवां बहार
चमन मुस्कुराया
गया साल गया और नया साल आया

हैप्पी न्यू यीयर

[आमोद प्रमोद और हंसी के शब्द]
[नृत्य संगीत]


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Blog Day :

4914 Post No. : 16734

‘Chaalu Mera Naam’ (1977) was directed by Krishna Naidu for BC Deora Films, Bombay. This B grade movie had Vinod Mehra, Mahendra Sandhu, Vidhya Sinha, Helen, Madan Puri, Anwar Hussain, Deven Verma, Nazneen, Maruti, Jagdish Raj, Prakash Thapa, Radheshyam, Ramesh Deo, Chandrashekhar Vaidya, Sajjan, Sulochana Latkar, Anand Girdhar, Gurbachan Singh etc. in it.

The movie had four songs in it. One song has been covered so far.

Here is the second song from ‘Chaalu Mera Naam’ (1977) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Kishore Kumar. Verma Malik is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji.

The song is picturised as a celebration song (birthday celebration?) where Helen and Vinod Mehra (in disguise ?) perform this song and dance. Villains are in attendance in full strength , as we can notice in the picturisation.

I request our knowledgeable readers to tell us what is going on in this picturisation.

The song itself is quite wonderful to listen to. It reminds me of music of ‘Don’ (1978), composed by the same music director duo. Sadly, this movie, which predates ‘Don’ by one year could not take advantage of such a fantastic sounding song.

It is a nice song that has been forgotten with time, mainly because the movie failed at the box office.


Song-Tumse hi is mehfil mein aayi hai bahaar(Chaalu Mera Naam)(1977) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Verma Malik, MD-Kalyanji Anandji
Both

Lyrics

is rangbhari mehfil se
ek cheez churaane aaye hain
kisi ke dil ki basti mein
hum aag lagaane aaye hain
hum kuchh galat no nahin keh gaye

nahin to
aapka matlab hai
khushiyon ke deep jalaane aaye hain
haan

arre tumse hi is mehfil mein aayi hai bahaar
tumse hi is mehfil mein aayi hai bahaar
bhanwron se bachna hoga rehna hoshiyaar
bhanwron se bachna hoga rehna hoshiyaar

hamko bhi kheench laaya yahaan tera pyaar
hamko bhi kheench laaya yahaan tera pyaar
bhanwron se bachna hoga rehna hoshiyaar
haan haan
bhanwron se bachna hoga rehna hoshiyaar
hoshiyaar khabardaar
hoshiyaar khabardaar

ummeedon ke din hain
muraadon ki raaten
ummeedon ke din hain
muraadon ki raaten

hoti naseeb se hain aisi mulaakaaten
dil mein umang leke
aaj naya rang leke
dil mein umang leke
aaj naya rang leke
barson ke baad aaye karne deedaar
bhanwron se bachna hoga rehna hoshiyaar haan
bhanwron se bachna hoga rehna hoshiyaar
hoshiyaar hey khabardaar arre hoshiyaar arre khabardaar

palkon mein apni tujhko chhupaayen
palkon mein apni tujhko chhupaayen
jeewan ki baazi tujhpe lagaayen
maano hamaara kehna
duniya se bach ke rehna
maano hamaara kehna
arre duniya se bach ke rehna
duniya ke logon ka kya hai aitbaar
bhanwron se bachna hoga rehna hoshiyaar
bhanwron se bachna hoga rehna hoshiyaar
arre tumse hi /font>
is mehfil mein aayi hai bahaar
tumse hi is mehfil mein aayi hai bahaar

hey
bhanwron se bachna hoga rehna hoshiyaar
bhanwron se bachna hoga rehna hoshiyaar
hoshiyaar

arre
khabardaar
arre hoshiyaar
hey
khabardaar
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Blog Day :

4907 Post No. : 16717

Hullo Atuldom

The favourite singer of millions of Indian Mohammed Rafi was born on 24th December 1924. That means we, his fans, would have been celebrating his 97th birthday this year. But that was not to be. He just left this mortal world in July 1980 at the age of 55.

But we, his fans, need not be sad as he has left us a library full of music albums-both filmy and non-filmy. There will be many who will pay tributes to this great soul- the soft-spoken, gentle, kindhearted giant with their own personal touch. There will be programs across the various entertainment platforms that would highlight the music that Rafi saab was associated with.

For me, the day begins by listening to the Radio- Radio Ceylon to be exact- and figuring out which of the songs that are played there I have heard, and which I have never heard. Then I may move on to listening to other Radio stations.

Small Trivia:- Just found that Radio Ceylon is a year younger than Rafisaab. The precursor to Radio Ceylon- Colombo Radio – was formally launched on 16th December 1925.

I am sure we will be treated to the regular fare of Rafi hits like ‘o duniya ke rakhwaale’; ‘sukh ke sab saathi’; and possibly ‘ta ra ri ara ri ra ra ri’; ‘yeh chaand sa roshan chehera’; ‘pardesiyon se na ankhiyan milana,’ etc and a few more soulful numbers. We may also get a dose of his popular songs from the 70s like ‘o meri mehbooba, mehbooba mehbooba’, ‘kya hua tera wada’ etc. In between some channel will also squeeze in a ‘meri awaaz suno’; ‘dil ka soona saaz tarana dhoondega’; and some of his other great songs.

Additionally, we will have forwards from friends on WhatsApp and Facebook (the new age social platforms) that will give us links to sites that speak of the greatness of the Soul that Mohd. Rafi was.

Here is my tiny attempt to bring on-stage a song that was sung by the great Mohd Rafi under the baton of Ravi. It is a rarely heard song that was written by Verma Malik. It is from the 1977 release “Aadmi Sadak Ka”. Only one song from this film has been discussed on the blog so far and that was the most famous song of the movie viz. Aaj mere yaar ki shaadi hai. this was in 2013, eight years ago.

Today’s song features Zaheera, Shatrughan Sinha, Vikram (who was born Moin Uddin Shah), Sujit Kumar and Deven Verma. We see that Zaheera, Shatru and Vikram are in disguise.

‘Aadmi Sadak Ka’ was a produced and directed by Devendra Goel. It was a bilingual- made in Hindi and Marathi (called ‘Dost Asava Tar Asa’). It was the story of a well-placed family that has three sons (two of whom are married) and a daughter. The family falls into hard times when the patriarch dies, the family fortunes are usurped by the older two sons, at the behest of their wives, and the mother and the younger siblings are shown the door. The youngest son Chander (Vikram) takes up a job as a waiter and due to his good conduct keeps getting promoted and also becomes co-owner of the hotel. Now he is in competition with his older brothers and after the usual twists and turns the family is reunited and that brings the movie to ‘The End’.

With this post we also remember Deven Verma whose death anniversary was on 2nd December. He was born in Pune to Rajasthani father and Kutchi mother. He was son-in-law of Ashok Kumar, his wife was Rupa. He was a multi-talented actor who was appreciated in comic roles, but when I saw “Devar” (1966) I was stumped by the serious character he played. Devendu Verma (birth name of Deven Verma) died of a heart attack and kidney failure in 2014.
Here is the song with Anuradha Paudwal and Deven Verma singing with Mohd. Rafi.


Song-Bura na maano yaar dosti yaari mein (Aadmi Sadak Ka)(1977) Singers-Rafi, Anuradha Paudwal, Deven Verma,Lyrics-Verma Malik, MD-Ravi
Rafi + Anuradha Paudwal
Chorus

Lyrics

aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa

bura na maano yaar dosti yaari mein
bura na maano yaar dosti yaari mein
masti mein kuchh kehta hai
kehta hai
chaahe gaali deta hai
deta hai
gaali mein hai pyaar dosti yaari mein
arre gaali mein hai pyaar dosti yaari mein
bura na maano yaar dosti yaari mein
bura na mano yaar dosti yaari mein

har baat ko jaancho parkho
har baat ko naapo tolo
har baat ko naapo tolo
bhai har baat ko naapo tolo

jis baat ko tum na samjho
wo baat kabhi na bolo

wo baat kabhi na bolo bhai
wo baat kabhi na bolo

us baat ki keemat jaano jo baat zubaan pe aaye
jo baat banaane aaye hon
wo baat bigad na jaaye

ho jaaye na takraar dosti yaari mein
ho jaaye na takraar dosti yaari mein
ho jaaye na takraar dosti yaari mein
har gaali mein hai pyaar dosti yaari mein
bura na maano yaar dosti yaari mein

dete rahe humko dhokha tum
pyaar ka haath badha ke
pyaar ka haath badha ke bhai
pyaar ka haath badha ke

tum donon bade chor nikle
hamaare dil ka chain churaa ke
dil ka chain churaa ke bhai
dil ka chain churaa ke

tum kya jaano hain kya kya
dil mein armaan hamaare
hum badle sabhi chukaaye
jitne ehsaan tumhaare
ye karte hain ikraar dosti yaari mein
ye karte hain ikraar dosti yaari mein
ye karte hain ikraar dosti yaari mein
har gali mein hai pyaar dosti yaari mein
bura na maano yaar dosti yaari mein
lo hum bhi hain taiyyar dosti yaari mein
advance das hazaar dosti yaari mein
lo badla hai sansaar dosti yaari mein
beda hua hai paar dosti yaari mein

beda hua hai paar dosti yaari mein aenhaan haan
hrr
haan haan


This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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 :

4738 Post No. : 16461

Hullo Atuldom

“Parvarish” (1977) was one of the four movies that was directed by Manmohan Desai in 1977. It was produced by A A Nadiadwala. It had a small starcast headed by Shammi Kapoor, Neetu Singh, Shabana Azmi, Indrani Mukherjee, Dev Kumar, Tom Alter, Yusuf Khan (Zebisco of Amar Akbar Anthony which also released in 1977) plus some of Manmohan Desai’s favourite actors of that year viz. Amitabh Bachchan, Vinod Khanna, Kadar Khan and Amjad Khan. Kadar Khan also was in-charge of the dialogues.

The movie’s songs were written by Majrooh Sultanpuri and composed by Laxmi Pyare. Mohd Rafi, Kishore Kumar, Amit Kumar, Shailendra Singh and Lata- Asha- Usha were the playback singers used for the six songs of the movie, five of which are there on the blog as under.

Song Date of posting Remarks
Aji thahr zara thhahro 7 February 2009 It was a farmaish by Rajaji before he became a contributor; has 14 comments
Ham premi prem karna jaanen 8 February 2009
Khuli nazar kya khel dikhega duniya kaa 6 October 2010
Aaiye shauq se kahiye 7 February 2019
Ye oonche mahal suhaane sab janta ka hai 29 November 2019 shortest post for a song from this movie

High time we took this movie, which first appeared on the blog in 2009, to “Yyiippeeee” station. And July 8th is a good date to do so as it is the 63rd birthday of the sweet-cute-charming-elegant-beautiful Neetu Singh a.k.a Baby Sonia of the gorgeous smile. She was born in Delhi in a Sikh family with the birth name Harneet Kaur. She began as a child actor in the late ’60s as baby Sonia with movies like ‘Suraj’, ‘Dus Lakh’, ‘Do Dooni Chaar’ etc. was seen as an adolescent in ‘Pavitra Paapi’ ‘Ghar Ghar Ki Kahani’ etc before turning to adult roles with ‘Rickshawala’ ‘Yaadon Ki Baraat’ etc in 1973.

She had a good successful career of nearly 10-12 years as an adult before she bade goodbye to stardom to raise a family. We all know she is Bahu of the Kapoor-Khandaan, Mrs. Rishi Kapoor, mother of actor Ranbir Kapoor, etc.. But she is also Neetu Singh (Kapoor to the present generation of moviegoers) and we are all her fans. Here is wishing her good health and cheer. Happy Birthday Baby Sonia.

Today’s song is a stage song where Amjad Khan is the chief guest and Neetu and Shabo (Desai didn’t break his head in naming his heroines) are the qawwali artists on the stage and use the situation to ‘take shots’ at Amjad Khan (ex. daku Mangal Singh) who was the cause of the death of their parents (Ram Sethi and Chand Usmani in blink and miss appearances). If I remember correctly, this was the song just before the climax of the movie. The song is sung by Lata Mangeshkar and Usha Mangeshkar.

Video

Audio

Song-Sambhal jaaye zara jo hum pe khanjar aazmaate hain (Parvarish)(1977) Singers-Lata, Usha Mangeshkar, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
Chorus

Lyrics

sambhal jaaye zara
jo hum pe khanjar aazmaate hain
sambhal jaaye zara
jo hum pe khanjar aazmaate hain

ab aayi apni baari
ab nishaana hum lagaate hain
mere dil jhoom zara
manzil paas aayi
mere dil jhoom zara
manzil paas aayi

badi muddat ke ba.aa.ad
kismat rang laayi
aayi wo raat aayi,
aayi wo raat aayi
aayi wo raat aayi
meri tauba duhaai

mere dil jhoom zara
manzil paas aayi
badi muddat ke ba..aa..ad
kismat rang laayi

aayi wo raat aayi
aayi wo raat aayi
aayi wo raat aayi
meri tauba duhaai

jiske liye shehar shehar
aaye haaye shehar shehar
aaa aaa shehar shehar phire aawaara
besahara jaise koi toota taara
aaaaa aaaa aaaa aaaa aaaaa
jiske liye shehar shehar phire aanwaara
besahara jaise koi toota taara

aakhir rach gaye wo din
wo sama guzar gaya
aaj toh aisa lage,
jaise dil thehar gaya
mera kaatil bhi yahi
uski mehfil bhi yahi
mera kaatil bhi yahi
uski mehfil bhi yahi

nazar mili aane lagi angdaai
jise hum dhoondh rahe,
wahi rut laut aayi
badi muddat ke ba..aa..ad kismat rang laayi
(chorus)
aayi wo raat aayi
aayi wo raat aayi
aayi wo raat aayi
meri tauba duhaai

miley ho aaj mushkil se
miley ho aaj mushkil se
aahe mile ho aaj mushkil se
miley ho aaj mushkil se
na samjho maaf kar denge
miley ho aaj mushkil se
miley ho aaj mushkil se
na samjho maaf kar denge
meri jaan aapki toh hum,
meri jaan aapki toh hum
meri jaan aapki toh hum,
tabeeyyat saaf kar denge

mile ho aaj mushkil se
na samjho maaf kar denge

na samjho maaf kar denge
mile ho aaj mushkil se

ke apna aur tumhara,
aaj insaaf karenge
bada tadpaaya humein,
bada tarsaaya humein
tumhe dekha toh sanam,
sab yaad aaya humein
tumhe dekha to sanam,
sab yaad aaya humein
rote rote yunhi nahi hansi aayi
faisla hone toh do,
kiski kaza aayi
badi muddat ke ba..aa..ad kismat rang laayi

(chorus)
aayi wo raat aayi,
aayi wo raat aayi
aayi wo raat aayi,
meri tauba duhaai

ummm ummm ummm
umm umm um um umm umm
ummm ummm ummm
umm umm um um umm umm

ya to tum nahin
ya to hum nahin
ya to tum nahin
ya to hum nahin

ya to tum nahin
tum nahin
ya to hum nahi n
hum nahin

ya to tum nahin
ya to hum nahin
ya to tum nahin
ya to hum nahin


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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

This article is the 4900th guest post overall in the blog and 400th guest post by Avinash Scrapwala in the blog.

Blog Day :

4727 Post No. : 16443

Today 27th June 2021 is the eighty-second birth anniversary (27.06.1939 – 04.01.1994) of music composer Rahul Dev Burman or Pancham Da as we fondly know him.

On this occasion we remember him and celebrate his birth anniversary by listening to songs composed by him. That way we pay our humble tributes to this great genius who ruled Hindi Film Music from the seventies to mid-eighties.

Though more than seven hundred R D Burman songs are already showcased in the blog, I was still confused about the song to be selected for today’s presentation, seeing that many of Pancham’s well known songs are still not yet covered on the blog. Nowadays I am listening to Vividh Bharati daily and I am regularly coming across many of his songs on the radio (not yet covered here). whenever I listen to them, I feel like sharing the lyrics of those songs in the blog. Out of 1755 songs estimated to be composed by him in HFM we have posted only 739 songs on the blog so far. So we have yet to reach the halfway mark as far as R D Burman songs in the blog is concerned.

(I have also noted couple of new topics about the songs composed by R.D. Burman and will try to bring them on the blog in future).

As observed above, we are still a long way off from enjoying the ‘music’ of the great genius Rahul Dev Burman fully in the blog.

A lot has already been written about Pancham Da’s music, his geniuses, his ‘era’ of ‘music’, his ‘rise’ in the Hindi Film Music and the days when he was ‘left alone’ by the people in the Film Industry. Few books have also been published about ‘the man and his music’ i.e., R.D. Burman. There have been many articles on him on our blog itself. So I ill not repeat the same details and I will straightway to today’s song now.

Today we will listen to one of the songs composed by R.D. Burman which is from the movie ‘Chalta Purza-1977’. It was produced and directed by Bhappi Sonie for his home productions. This movie had Rajesh Khanna, Parveen Babi, Rakesh Roshan, Ajit, Ranjeet, Asrani, Purnima, Baby Chintu, Sonia Sahni, Sudhir, Manmohan, V. Gopal, Leena Disuza, Kirti Kumar, Kuljit, Dhoomal, Aparna Chaudhary, Madan Keni, Bramha Bharadwaj, Shyam Kumar, Mumtaz Begam, Lalita Kumari, Manorama, Habib, Keshav Rana, Madhup Sharma, Kamal, Kamaldeep, Dilip Dutt, Jankidas and others. Bindu make a special appearance in this movie, while Murad, Raj Mehra, Komila Virk, Keti Mirza and Dev Kumar make a guest appearance in this movie.

Story and Screenplay of this movie was written by Sachin Bhaumick and dialogues were written by Kader Khan. Editing for this movie was done by M.S. Shinde.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 16.06.1977, that is almost forty-four years back.

There were four songs in this movie composed by R.D. Burman and written by Anand Bakshi. Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar and Sushma Shreshtha gave their voices to the songs in this movie.

Following is the list of songs of this movie-

S.No. Song Title Singer Posted on the blog on
01 Ye raat ne rang jamaaya hai, nayaa khilaadi aaya hai Asha Bhonsle
02 Aa gaye ham dildaar teri gali mein dilbar yaar Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar Being presented today
03 Baby ghar chalo ghar tum bin hai soona Kishore Kumar, Sushma Shreshtha 29.12.2016
04 Aapne farz nibhaaya hai … band lifaafe mein jaise paighaam likha hota hai Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar 06.02.2013

As mentioned above two songs from this movie ‘Chalta Purza-1977’ have been posted on the blog. (We can also see that we are going in ascending order 😊 in posting of the songs of this movie).

Today’s song is the third song from this movie to be posted on the blog. Today’s song is
sung by Lata Mangeshkar and Kishore Kumar and on the screen Bindu and Rajesh Khanna have lip-synced for the voices of Lata Mangeshkar and Kishore Kumar, respectively. The song seems to be happening in a marriage ceremony in the movie, I guess its marriage ceremony of Rakesh Roshan who can be seen with Rajesh Khanna, Bindu, and many others in the picturization of this song.

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

Let us now enjoy today’s song …

Video

Audio

Song-Arre aa gaye hum dildaar teri gali mein dilbar yaar(Chalta Purza)(1977) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

Are aa gaye ham dildaar
Teri gali mein
Dilbar yaar
Nakhre chhad ho ja tayyar
Gaadi chhoot jaayegi
Arre aa gaye hum dildaar
Teri gali mein
Dilbar yaar
Nakhre chhad ho ja tayyar
Gaadi chhoot jaayegi
O main nahin jana tere saath
Main nahin jana tere saath re
Main nahin jana tere saath
Leja waapas ye baaraat
Phir mat karna aisi baat
Yaari toot jaayegi
Main nahin jaana tere saath
Leja waapas ye baaraat
Phir mat karna aisi baat
Yaari toot jaayegi

Bade naseebon waali hai tu
Lagi hai hamko pyaari
Bade naseebon waali hai tu
Lagi hai hamko pyaari
Ham chal diye to
Reh jaayegi saari umr kunwaari
Are mere liye bahut hain ladke
Laga hua hai mela
Mere liye bahut hain ladke
Laga hua hai mela
Main na mili to reh jaayega
Saari umr akeyla

Taane mat maar
Jhagdaa mat kar beech bazaar
Nakhre chhad ho ja tayyar
Gaddi chhoot jaayegi
Main nahin jana tere saath
Leja waapas ye baarat
Phir mat karna aisi baat
Yaari toot jaayegi

Gali gali phirte hain tere jaise
Kayi deewaane
Mujhe to shaq hai bhool gaya hai
Rastaa tu anjaane

Mujhe kayi khat likhe toone
Gharwaalon se chori
Mujhe kayi khat likhe toone
Gharwaalon se chori
Chupke se mere haathon mein de de haath o gori
Maang na mera haath main na doon tujhko khairaat
Phir mat karna aisi baat
Yaari toot jaayegi

Are aa gaye hum dildaar
Teri gali mein
Dilbar yaar
Nakhre chhad ho ja tayyar
Gaadi
Are
Chhoot jaayegi ee

____________________________________________________________

Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
————————————————————

अरे आ गए हम दिलदार
तेरी गली में
दिलबर यार
नखरे छड हो जा तैयार
गाडी छूट जायेगी
अरे आ गए हम दिलदार
तेरी गली में
दिलबर यार
नखरे छड हो जा तैयार
गाडी छूट जायेगी
ओ मैं नहीं जाना तेरे साथ
मैं नहीं जाना तेरे साथ रे
मैं नहीं जाना तेरे साथ
लेजा वापस ये बारात
फिर मत करना ऐसी बात
यारी टूट जायेगी
मैं नहीं जाना तेरे साथ
लेजा वापस ये बारात
फिर मत करना ऐसी बात
यारी टूट जायेगी

बड़े नसीबों वाली है तू
लगी है हमको प्यारी
बड़े नसीबों वाली है तू
लगी है हमको प्यारी
हम चल दिए तो
रह जायेगी सारी उम्र कुंवारी
अरे मेरे लिए बहुत हैं लड़के
लगा हुआ है मेला
मेरे लिए बहुत हैं लड़के
लगा हुआ है मेला
मैं ना मिली तो रह जाएगा
सारी उम्र अकेला

ताने मत मार
झगडा मत कर बीच बाज़ार
नखरे छड हो जा तय्यार
गाडी छूट जायेगी
मैं नहीं जाना तेरे साथ
लेजा वापस ये बारात
फिर मत करना ऐसी बात
यारी टूट जायेगी

गली गली फिरते हैं तेरे जैसे
कई दीवाने
मुझे तो शक है भूल गया हैं
रास्ता तू अनजाने

मुझे कई ख़त लिखे तूने
घरवालों से चोरी
मुझे कई ख़त लिखे तूने
घरवालों से चोरी
चुपके से मेरे हाथों में दे दे हाथ ओ गोरी
माँग ना मेरे हाथ मैं ना दूं तुझको खैरात
फिर मत करना ऐसी बात
यारी टूट जायेगी

अरे आ गए हम दिलदार
तेरी गली में
दिलबर यार
नखरे छड हो जा तैयार
गाडी
अरे
छूट जायेगी


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 :

4700 Post No. : 16398 Movie Count :

4459

Rajesh Roshan, who celebrated his sixthsixth birthday last week (DoB 24 may 1955) had made his debut in Hindi movies as a music director with the ‘1974’ movie ‘Kunwaara Baap’. Thereafter he scored some nice music in his movies in his long career.

One year after his debut, he won the ‘Filmfare Award’ for ‘best music’ for the movie ‘Julie-1975’. He won his second filmfare award twenty-five years later, the movie ‘Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai-2000’.
In between he was nominated for ‘Filmfare Award for Best Music Director’ for the movies ‘Swami-1977’, ‘Des Pardes-1978’, ‘Mr. Natwarlal-1979’, ‘Kaalaa Patthar-1979’, ‘Khoon Bhari Maang-1988’, ‘Karan Arjun-1995’, ‘Papa Kehte Hain-1996’, and ‘Koi Mil Gayaa-2003’.

‘Kaabil-2017’ was the recent movie where he scored the music.

I have already written a post here about the music of Rajesh Roshan and my nostalgic memories about the songs he created, so I will not repeat the same things here.

Today I present presenting a song from the movie ‘Ek Hi Raastaa-1977’. Incidentally this will be the third song in a row from this movie that I will be covering.

‘Ek Hi Raastaa-1977’ was a ‘Uma Cine Films’, Bombay presentation. It was a ‘social-family drama’ movie. It was produced and directed by Mohan Sehgal and its star-cast included Jeetendra, Shabana Azmi, Vinod Mehra, Asha Sachdev, Utpal Dutt, Roohi, Indrani Mukherji, Krishan Dhawan, Jagdeep, Om Shivpuri, Meena Rai, Maruti, C.S. Dubey, Chandrima Bhaduri, Jankidas, Umrani, Mahapatra, Polsan, Pardesi, O.P. Kohli, Master Indrajeet, Satyarani, Viraj Kumar, Bhola, Master Babu and Master Asif.

It had total five songs penned by Verma Malik and music of this film was composed by Rajesh Roshan (assisted by Gyan, Kishore, and Nirmal).

As per the information available, so far, there have been four films made with this title ‘Ek Hi Raasta’ in 1939, 1956, 1977 and 1993.

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

I have not watched this movie so cannot say much about it.

List of songs – ‘Ek Hi Raasta-1977’ as per HFGK (1971-1980) Vol-V; (in order of appearance in the Geetkosh)

S. No. Song Title Singer/s Posted on
01 Akalmand ko ishaara… itni jaldi kahaan jaate ho Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar
02 Dil ko mila lo dil ko takra lo… I like what you are saying Asha Bhonsle, Amit Kumar, chorus
03 Dheere dheere sun more sajna… piya piya boley more kangnaa Lata Mangeshkar
04 Tumse nahin pehchaan meri … Mohd Rafi 30.10.2020
05 Bin saathi ke jeewan kya Kishore Kumar, Anuradha Paudwal 17.08.2015

So far, two songs from this movie ‘Ek Hi Raasta-1977’ have been posted on the blog.

Today’s song is sung by Lata Mangeshkar. It is lip synced on screen by Shabana Azmi. A partial video of this song was available when I had initially shared this song. But now only the audio of this song is available.

Lyrics for today’s song are by Verma Malik. Music is composed by Rajesh Roshan.

Let us now enjoy today’s song, which when you start humming while listening, may take you to ‘pal bhar mein ye kya ho gayaa’ …. 😊

Audio

Video (Partial)

Song-Dheere dheere sun morey sajnaa (Ek Hi Raasta)(1977) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Verma Malik, MD-Rajesh Roshan

Lyrics

o ho ho
o o o
o ho ho
o o o
o o o
o o o
o o

dheere dheere sun more sajnaa
aa
piyaa piyaa bole moraa kangnaa
are aaj sach huaa mera sapnaa aa
piyaa piyaa bole moraa kangnaa
o ho ho
o o o
o ho ho
o o
o o o
o o o
o o

ho o o
saawan aaya
saawan aaya re
barse rim jhim barkha re ae ae
saawan aaya
saawan aaya re
jab jab chhede re boondaniya
piyaa piyaa bole mora kangnaa
are aaj sach huaa mera sapnaa aa
piyaa piyaa bole mora kangnaa

beete gin gin pal pal chhin chhin re
aaye khushiyon ke din mere ae ae
beete gin gin pal pal chhin chhin re
nayaa nayaa laage saara angnaa aa
piyaa piyaa bole mora kangnaa
are aaj sach huaa mera sapnaa aa
piyaa piyaa bole mora kangnaa
aa ha aa
aa aa aa
aa ha haa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa


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 :

4693 Post No. : 16379

Hullo Atuldom

This is one of the posts which pays tribute to one great and wishes happy birthday to another.

With this we also will be taking this movie a step closer to YYIIPPEEEEHOOD!!!

“Doosra Aadmi” directed by Ramesh Talwar & produced by Yash Chopra had a cast headed by Rakhee- Neetu Singh- Rishi Kapoor with a supporting cast of Deven Verma, Sheetal, Satyen Kappu, Gita Siddharth, and Parikshat Sahni in a special appearance and Shashi Kapoor in guest appearances. It had songs penned by Majrooh Sultanpuri and tuned by Rajesh Roshan. The movie had six songs of which the blog has the following four.

Song Date of post
Kya mausam hai 17 september 2008
Maathe pe lagaike bindiya 18 september 2008
Aao manaayen jashne muhabbat 24 may 2019
Jaan meri roothh gayi 24 may 2020

We can see this movie began its journey on the blog in 2008 with songs posted on 17th and 18th of September, and then one song each in the last two years on Rajesh Roshan’s birthday or Majrooh Sultanpuri’s (Asrar ul Hassan Khan being the birthname) remembrance day both being on 24th of May.

Here is today’s song which is sung by Lata Mangeshkar and Kishore Kumar and filmed on a Honeymooning Timsi (Neetu Singh) and Karan Saxena (Rishi Kapoor). It is shot in the snow-clad locales of Kashmir and we see the couple enjoying the various snow-time activities possible- sledging in a horse-drawn sledge, camping and campfire, etc.

With this song we add one more of Lata Mangeshkar’s songs from 1977 which according to this post of Atulji was 44 songs from 96 recorded that year from 50 movies (with Lata Mangeshkar songs in them) released. Since then we have added two more and as of today the tally of Lata-songs of 1977 stands at 46 on the blog.

Audio

Video

Song-Nazron se keh do pyaar mein milne ka mausam aa gaya (Doosra Aadmi)(1977) Singers-Lata, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Rajesh Roshan

Lyrics

nazron se keh do pyaar mein milne ka mausam
ho milne ka mausam aa gaya
nazron se keh do pyaar mein milne ka mausam
ho milne ka mausam aa gaya
baahon mein baahen daal ke khilne ka mausam
ho khilne ka mausam aa gaya

nazron se keh do pyar mein milne ka mausam
ho milne ka mausam aa gaya

Kannu Kannu
arre baaba jaanu
ssshhhh
roko na tum mujhe

zara suno toh oooo

iss pyaar se tera haath laga
lehra gaye gesu mere
iss pyaar se tera haath laga
lehra gaye gesu mere
arre kuchh bhi nazar aata hi nahin
masti mein mujhe tujh se pare

kaandhe pe
kaandhe pe meri zulf ke dhalne ka mausam
ho dhalne ka mausam aa gaya
baanhon mein baanhen daal ke khilne ka mausam
ho khilne ka mausam aa gaya

aaaa
tum mil bhi gaye phir bhi dil ko
kya jaane kaisi aas hai
tum mil bhi gaye phir bhi dil ko
kya jaane kaisi aas hai

tum paas ho phir bhi honthon mein
jaane kaisi pyaas hai
honthon ki
honthon ki thandi aag mein jalne ka mausam
hey ae jalne ka mausam aa gaya

nazron se keh do pyaar mein milne ka mausam
ho milne ka mausam aa gaya

 


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