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Blog Day : 3844 Post No. : 14856

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Discussion on economics-3
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Today is 26 january 2019, a red letter day in the history of Modern India. We all know that India gained independence on 15 august 1947, but what kind of nation we were going to be was not yet decided on that day. It took another two years and five months (896 days to be precise) for the nation to define itself as a Republic where every citizen, irrespective of his background was assured of equality.

Many nations have been formed over the centuries, but it was for a first time that a newly independent nation declared that all its citizens were going to have equal rights. If one looks at the history of USA, we find that that USA was formed on 4 july 1776, but equal rights for all citizens of USA were given much later. In early years of USA, only white males were allowed to vote. Blacks males were allowed to vote more than 100 years later. Females of all races were allowed to vote only from 1920. Seen that way, the constitution of India was, in many way a remarkable achievement for a newly independent nation, a nation so vast in area and population that many “experts” considered int ungovernable and one that was liable to break into pieces.

The constitution of India has served as a very powerful glue to hold this vast nation together. With passage of time, this glue has become more powerful than fevicol. 🙂

A major reason why the country became united and stayed united was the inclusive nature of the constitution where everyone was given six fundamental rights namely:-

Right to equality.
Cultural and Educational Rights.
Right to freedom.
Right against exploitation.
Right to freedom of religion, and.
Right to constitutional remedies.

The above fundamental rights is the magic glue that has kept the nation united. The above rights are exhaustive and all encompassing. We need not look very far. We only only have to look around our neighbourhood to find that many of these rights are not available to citizens in our neighboring countries.

The above fundamental rights basically gives respect and dignity and opportunities to all citizens. Many of these are rights that were not available to our forefathers.

India was an underdeveloped nation at the time of independence. Lots and lots of industrial activities were started which involved creating steel plants, dams, educational institutions, research centers etc. These were set up at places that were till then remote locations. People from all over the country got employment in these newly opened installations.

Movement of these people was largely by trains. So these trains were also a big unifier for the nation.

When people from various backgrounds met and interacted with each other, they got to learn about the language and culture of the place they had moved to.

While interacting with each other, it turned out that they could find some topics of mutual interest. One was Hindi movies and music, and other was Cricket. Hindi movies and music, and also cricket have been great unifiers for Indians.

With so many powerful glues to hold us together, and with gradual prosperity of the nation, Indians of today are far more proud and upbeat about India than they were a few generations ago. I find that I have personally become a nationalist (not a jingoist) and I am quite upbeat about the future of the country.

Here are some of the great things that are happening in India and are going to happen in future:-

1. GDP-When India became independent, it was one of the poorest nations on the face of the earth. This state of affairs continues till 1991, when the economic policy of the nation was finally given a thorough overhaul and the economy was liberalised. In a matter of a little over two decades, India gatecrashed into the list of top 10 economies of the world. Today, India is a member of G-20 group of nations which is a group of top 20 economies in the world. In reality, India should be a member of G-8 as well, seeing that Indian economy is very much in top 8 in the world. When the new figures of GDP are released a few months later, India would find itself as the fifth largest economy in the world, displacing our erstwhile master the Great Britain, who will slip to seventh position behin France. And India will leave these countries behind permanently. New target for India would be to overtake Germany and Japan, and that would be achieved in another one decade, may be less.

2. Steel is to an economy what the skeleton is to a body. An economy cannot be built without steel. There was a time, till 1907, when no steel was produced in India. It was in 1907 that the first steel factory was built by Jamshedji Tata in a place that is now called Jamshedpur. When Tata gave a proposal in 1907 to GIP Railways that they wanted to supply rail for Railway, the then Commissioner of Railway Safety, GIP Railway, Sir Frederick Upcott remarked that he would eat each pound of Railway if this upstart was able to produce that. Much later, British Steel, a steel company was taken over by a Dutch company to form Corus steel, and this Corus Steel was bought by Tata steel in 2007, exactly 100 years after the arrogant remark of a British. Today, India is world’s second largest steel producer behind China, and Britain is no where. Two Indian owned companies (Arcelor Mittal and Tata) are world’s number one and number three steel making companies in order of size of outturn of steel.

3, Soft power-India is a country that produced the largest number of movies in the world. They have fair share of film market in the world but not as much as it could be. But now it seems that India has started to produce movies that are truly world class and they are being appreciated for that. Example- Bahubali pt 2, Dangal.

4. Power of Indian market– Indian market is worth more than $1 trillion and it will become a $4 trillions market within a few years. With reforms such as GST, this is one single market that no one in the world can ignore. So India and its consumers can command high quality products at competitive prices. For example, Chinese companies which have no clue what Cricket and Kabaddi are, are the title sponsors of Indian Premier League and Professional Kabaddi League because they want to enter Indian market riding on the popularity of games that Indians love.

Some naysayers among us (there are quite a few) may tell us that we are nowhere in the world on per capita basis. That is true, but compared to where we were one decade back, India has made tremendous progress.

5. GDP per capita– The GDP per capita today works up to $2000 which is no big deal seeing that the GDP per capita in advanced economies are 20 times or more. Indeed that is the case, but that is because keeping Indians Gareeb has been a stated policy of some parties in India. That is why Indian per capita income remained under $ 400 till two decade ago and under $ 1000 till one decade ago . So India was in the list of Low Income countries till one decade ago. Thanks to opeing up of economy in 1991, the per capita income had grown up five times in last two decades, while it had doubled in last one decade. Now India is in Low Middle Income Group ($ 1025 to $ 4035 per capita group). Next target is graduating to Middle Income group ( $ 4035 to $12475 per capita) group.

6. Future growth of economy– Per capita income above $ 12475 makes a country a high income group country. So Indian per capita income needs to grow six times before India can become a high income country. That can be achieved if Indian resources- both natural as well as human, are upgraded in a big way. In simple terms, it means upgrading the infrastructure and reforming rules, taking unpopular and non populist decisions in the process if required. If India continues to grow at the existing annual growth rate of 7 % per annum then it will take between 25 to thirty years for India to become a high income country. If the growth rate is higher, then the target can be met in a shorter duration. For either case, a lot of input is required.

7. Quality related indices-A country that aspires to grow and join the list of advanced nations cannot do so unless they improve their quality. There are certain quality related indices that give an idea where a country stands. Some of these quality indices are:-
(i)Global Innovation index-India is ranked 57th in 2018- a steady improvement from its 81st position in 2015)
(ii)Global competitive index-India is ranked 58th in WEF’s global competitiveness index of 2018.
(iiiEase of doing business-India is in 77th position in latest ranking, it is a vast improvement from its rankings of 100 and 130 in the preceding years.
(iv)QS rating of top universities- IIT Bombay, the highest ranked Indian university has a world ranking of 162. In Asia, it is 34th, which shows that top Indian universities still need to improve a lot to catch up with advanced Asian economies viz Japan, China, South Kore, Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapor.e
(v)Credit rating- Though not as high as advanced economies, Indian credit rating is good enough to be investment grade, and so Indian business organisations are able to raise loan from foreign financial organisations.

8. India aims to be a $5 Trillions economy by 2023. 3 Trillions will come from service sector, one trillion from agriculture sector and one trillion from manufacturing sector. As far as manufacturing sector is concerned, I can visualise India becoming a big and respected exporter of Engineering goods.

All of the above are possible if Indians value their constitution and make the most of the provisions provided in the constitution. I am quite positive and bullish about the future prospects of India.

On this occasion, here is a rare song from “Subhash Chandra”(1978). ‘This movie was directed by Piyush Bose for A K B Films, Calcutta. The movie had Ashish Ghosh, Amar Dutt, Samar Kumar, Ajit Prakash, N.Vishwanathan, Lamsden, Bown, Smith, Reba Devi, Rama Das ec in it.

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

Here is the third song from “Subhash Chandra”(1978) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Usha Mangeshkar and chorus. Saraswati Kumar Deepak is the lyricist. Music is composed by Aparesh Lahiri.

I take this opportunity to wish a happy republic day to all Indians wherever they are. I have no doubt that this republic day will mark the beginning of some great achievements and accomplishments for india in many fields.


Song-Desh hamaara (Subhash Chandra)(1978) Singer-Usha Mangeshkar, Lyrics-Saraswati Kumar Deepak, MD-Aparesh Lahiri
Chorus

Lyrics

Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
swarg se sundar desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara

hai apni aankhon ka taara
ye apne praanon se pyaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara

desh ki maati apni maata
janam janam ka iska naata
desh ki maati apni maata
janam janam ka iska naata
?? yahi pukaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara

ganga jamuna ki ye paani
kan kan kehta yahi kahaani
ganga jamuna ki ye paani
kan kan kehta yahi kahaani
yahi himalay ne lalkaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara

Hindu Muslim Sikh Isaai
sada rahe hain bhai bhai
Hindu Muslim Sikh Isaai
sada rahe hain bhai bhai
koi ye kabhi nahin kar paaya
maa ki mamta ka batwaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara

ye Bangaali ye Gujaraati
ek diye ke sab hai baati
ye Punjaabi ye Madraasi
ham sab bhai Bharatwaasi
??
dharti ka singaar dubaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
swarg se sundar desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara

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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 : 3825 Post No. : 14828

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 77 # Reena Roy’s Birth Anniversary #
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In my growing years, in the seventies, Hema Malini was the leading name among the actresses in the Hindi movies and she ruled the ‘screen’ in those years 1971-1980 and extended thereafter till 1986 if we can consider it.

During those years there were many other heroines on the Hindi Movie scene who lit up the screen with their presence and performances.

One of these names is ‘Reena Roy’, whose growth in her career coincided with the growth of people like me (those born in early seventies) in our lives. She made her debut in the 1972 movie ‘Zaroorat’. A year or more later in 1973 came her sizzling dance number ‘ab ke saawan mein jee darey’ in ‘Jaise Ko Taisa’ with actor Jeetendra’.

In 1975 one of her song from ‘Zakhmee’ ‘jalta hai jiya mera bheegi bheegi raaton mein’ with Rakesh Roshan also got some popularity.

Till 1976 she had acted in about twelve movies (as per her ‘filmography’ on ‘wiki’).

In 1976 there were six movies of her released viz. ‘Sangram’, ‘Gumraah’,’Barood’, ‘Naagin’, ‘Kaalicharan’ and ‘Udhar Ka Sindoor’.

With her role in ‘Naagin-1976’ she rose to the top and with the success of ‘Kaalicharan’ her pairing with Shatrughan Sinha became popular and both of them acted in many films thereafter.
She was nominated in the ‘best actress’ category for her role in ‘Naagin-1976’ which she lost to Rakhee in ‘Tapasya’. After ‘Nagin-1976’ she was nominated in the ‘best actress’ category for her role in the ‘1980 movie – Aasha’ which she lost again, this time to Rekha for her role in ‘Khoobsurat’.

In between she was declared winner of the ‘Filmfare’ award in the ‘best supporting actress’ category for her role in ‘Apnaapan -1977’ which she did not accepted citing the reason that the role in ‘Apnaapan’ was not a supporting role but was like a ‘lead role’.

For me, I would say that I liked her performances in all the movies that I have watched of her so far. I remember ‘Naagin-1976’, ‘Badalte Rishtey-1978’, ‘Jaani Dushman-1979’,’Yaari Dushmani-1979’,’Be-reham-1980’, then ‘Naseeb’, ‘Rocky’, ‘Dhanwan’, ‘Pyaasa Saawan’ – all of 1981.

After that as a grown-up boy I watched her in ‘Main Intaqaam Loonga’, ‘Dard Ka Rishta’, ‘Sanam Teri Kasam’ in 1982, and ‘Andhaa Kaanoon’. (In 1982 as many as fourteen of her movies were released (as per wikipedia)).

Then I watched her ‘Naukar Biwi Ka’ in 1983, ‘Raaj Tilak’, ‘Asha Jyoti’, in 1984 (I vaguely remember to have watched her ‘Intehaa-1984’ with Raj Babbar).
I watched ‘Baghaawat’ in 1985-86 and ‘Karmyogi-1978’ on video cassette around 1990 but do not remember it now.

‘Aasha-1980’ I watched on TV sometime around 1990-91 I think and ‘Kaalicharan-1976’ around 1999 on TV.
Well, I still have to watch many of her famous movies like ‘Arpan’, ‘Ghulami’, ‘Gautam Govinda’, ‘Jwaalamukhi’, ‘Vishwanath’ (I think I watched it in parts on some tv channel) and many others.

Today let us watch a song from the 1978 movie ‘Vishwanaath’ performed by Reena Roy on screen. I didn’t get to watch this movie and vaguely remember of watching some of its parts on ‘TV’, as mentioned above, may be some years back. (However, I sincerely wish to watch it now as and when possible.)

So far two songs of this movie have been posted on the blog and one ‘jab jab jo jo hona hai’ with a ‘passionate’ and ‘interesting’ post by our Santosh Ojha ji and other one ‘hawa se halki hoon aaj’ by Atul ji with the contribution coming from Prakash ji.

I would request readers to go through this post ‘jab jab jo jo hona hai’ too to get a ‘feel’ of this wonderful movie of the ‘seventies’.

“Vishwanaath-1978” was directed by Subhash Ghai for ‘Ramayan Chitra’, Bombay’.

It had Shatrughan Sinha, Reena Roy, Premnath, Pran, Rita Bhaduri, Madan Puri, Sulochana, Iftikhar, Jagdish Raj, Randhir, Sapru, Yusuf Khan, Viju Khote, Sudhir, Madhu Chauhan, Keshav Rana, Suresh Desai, and Ashok Khanna.

Parikshit Sahni, Rakesh Pande, Lalita Pawar, Mukri, Bharat Bhushan, Satyen Kappu and Ranjeet make a special appearance in this movie.

This movie had total six songs penned by Vitthalbhai Patel- two songs, M.G. Hashmat – one song, Rajkavi Tulsi – one song and Anjan – two songs.

Music for this movie was composed by Rajesh Roshan.

Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar and Manna Dey gave their voices to the songs in this movie.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 13.01.1978.

Today’s song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and written by Anjaan. Music is composed by Rajesh Roshan.

Let us now enjoy this wonderful racy composition by Rajesh Roshan which Reena Roy performs on screen in a ‘villain’s den’. And going by its songs available on YT I think this movie has more than one song in the ‘villain’s den’ song category. Also, I must admit here that I was not aware of this song, few years back, till this post and I came across it while searching for other songs. I don’t even remember if I have heard it earlier somewhere.

As I listened to it many times for the preparation of this post it grew upon me. The composition is something special, I think. And since the preparation of this post I have listened to it many many times now.

Asha Bhonsle’s singing and the tune set to it by Rajesh Roshan no doubt is magical.

The heroine is performing this song in the villain’s den ‘straight way’ challenging him and its music is very much supporting the ‘revengeful’ feelings of the heroine, of course, supported by Shatrughan Sinha and Pran (in disguise). Reena Roy has performed with full zeal and energy on this song.

Today 7th January 2019 is the sixty-second birth anniversary of actress Reena Roy (born on 07.01.1957). Wishing her here a very happy birthday today and a healthy and peaceful life in future, let us now enjoy this wonderful song composed by Rajesh Roshan and written by Anjaan.

Video

Audio

Song-Bibasha aaj karegi manmaani (Vishwanath)(1978) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Rajesh Roshan
Chorus

Lyrics

Bibasha aa aa
Aaj karegi manmaani ee
Bibasha aa
Laa laa laa laa laa laa
Laa laa laa laa laa laa
Aaj karegi manmaani ee

Ho o
Hoga tamaasha betahaasha
Chhedegi aisi kahaani
Haa aa
Bibasha aa
Laa laa laa laa laa laa
Laa laa laa laa laa laa
Aaj karegi manmaani
Bibasha aa
Aaj karegi manmaani

Aa aa aa aa aa
O o o
Kaise beimaani sahe preet deewaani
Meri ho
Kisi ki na maane jab baaghi ho jawaani
Meri ho o
Ghunghroo bajaaun
Aa
Dil ko rijhaaun
Aa
Sab ko nachaaun
Aa
Bas mein na aaun
Mere pass tu na aa mujhe haath na lagaa re ae
Bibasha aa
Laa laa laa laa laa laa
Laa laa laa laa laa laa
Aaj karegi manmaani
Bibasha aa
Aaj karegi manmaani

Allaah hi laa laa
Laa laa laa aa
Aiyee aiyee yaa
Allaah hi laa laa
Laa laa laa aa
Aiyee aiyee yaa

Haa aa
Bibaashaa aa

Ho o bhanware hi bhanware
Pade hain mere pichhe yahaan ho o
Pyaar mein jal jaaye
Jo wo parwaana kahaan
Aankh milaa
Aa
Dil mein samaa
Aa
Parde utthhaa
Aa
Raaz bataa aa
Jo ye pardaa utthhaa
Phir tera hoga kya re ae
Bibasha aa
Laa laa laa laa laa laa
Laa laa laa laa laa laa
Aaj karegi manmaani
Bibasha aa aa
Aaj karegi manmaani

Aaj karegi manmaani ee
Aaj karegi manmaani ee

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Devnagri script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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बिबाषा आ
आज करेगी मनमानी ई
बिबाषा आ
ला ला ला ला ला ला
ला ला ला ला ला ला
आज करेगी मनमानी ई

हो ओ
होगा तमाशा बेतहाशा
छेड़ेगी ऐसी कहानी
हां आ
बिबाषा आ
ला ला ला ला ला ला
ला ला ला ला ला ला
आज करेगी मनमानी ई
बिबाषा आ
आज करेगी मनमानी ई

आ आ आ आ आ
ओ ओ ओ
कैसे बेईमानी सहे प्रीत दीवानी
मेरी हो
किसी की न माने जब बाग़ी हो जवानी
मेरी हो ओ
घुँघरू बजाऊं

दिल को रिझाऊं

सब को नचाऊँ

बस में न आऊँ
मेरे पास तू न आ
मुझे हाथ न लगा रे ए
बिबाषा आ
ला ला ला ला ला ला
ला ला ला ला ला ला
आज करेगी मनमानी ई

अल्लाह ही ला ला
ला ला ला आ
ऐई ऐई या
अल्लाह ही ला ला
ला ला ला आ
ऐई ऐई या

हां आ
बिबाषा आ

हो ओ भंवरे ही भंवरे
पड़े है मेरे पीछे यहाँ हो ओ
प्यारे में जल जाए
जो वो परवाना कहाँ
आँख मिला

दिल में समा

परदे उठा

राज़ बता आ
जो ये पर्दा उठा
फिर तेरा होगा क्या रे ए
बिबाषा आ
ला ला ला ला ला ला
ला ला ला ला ला ला
आज करेगी मनमानी ई
बिबाषा आ आ
आज करेगी मनमानी
आज करेगी मनमानी ई
आज करेगी मनमानी ई


This article is written by Raja, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in 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 : 3820 Post No. : 14819

Hullo to all of Atuldom

Let me start by wishing all you readers a very Happy New Year. I hope you and your loved ones have a wonderful 2019, with a lot of happiness, good health and success in whatever you wish to achieve.

Today is the 2nd of January and our Anniversary Page tells me it is the birth anniversary of Sadashiv Amrapurkar, and the death anniversary of David.

But neither of these is the subject of my post today.

Absolutely no disrespect to them, but today’s post is about a couple of other persons who also happen to have their birthday today.

A few days ago, Avinashji contacted me and reminded me that the birthday of two Atulites was coming up. He had a song in mind, and asked me if I could do a post for the occasion.

Now every year around this time (end-Dec/early Jan) I get a bit busier than usual. I have family visiting me from overseas, as it is Christmas vacation in most places around the world. Besides, this year I have some family events also around New Year’s time, requiring me to plan and travel.

So I wasn’t absolutely sure I’d be able to write this post – so I told Avinashji I’d try.

So here I am.

I will not keep you in suspense any longer about the identity of the two Atulites involved.

First, Pradeepji. (I am taking them up one by one so that you don’t stop reading right here. And no, you’re not allowed to skip to the next part of the post. 🙂 )

If some more recent readers of this blog are not particularly familiar with Pradeepji, I can understand. In recent times, he has not been very active on the blog – but he has a long history with it. And when there is a mega occasion, like when the blog completed 10 years a few months ago, we can always expect him to write a post for the occasion.

I’ve known Pradeepji from the early days when he used to comment on the blog. Then we finally got to meet in October 2014, when we had our first Atulites’ gangout in Bangalore. Pradeepji came all the way from Chennai for the event.

It was just wonderful to meet him, as also all the other Atulites who I finally got to meet face-to-face. We had a fantastic time, discussing music (of course!) but also other stuff.

Pradeepji is multi-faceted, in that not only is he a keen lover of music in a passive sense, he also tries to use his tech-oriented mind to look for ways to propagate music. It was Pradeepji who first tried to get our blog onto mobile devices in a manner that could enhance its richness, using features of software like itunes.

Pradeepji was keen to exploit the richness of our blog beyond its existing framework. So, after discussion with Atul and others, he started a project where, when all songs of a film were covered on the blog, he would load that film’s songs onto another platform. This process would involve enriching the data by adding more tags, thus allowing for even more filtering possibilities. To provide an even more nostalgic experience, he would add a poster of the film wherever possible.

I will not discuss this project in more detail because I don’t want to expose my ignorance on it. 🙂 But some of us were happy to join in and help out. I was also involved for a brief period, but there were others who were involved for much longer.

Now, for a film to be eligible to be picked up by Pradeepji for his project, all its songs had to be posted on the blog. There’s no point in doing multiple iterations for the same film. So Pradeepji would wait for a film to be “complete”. And whenever that would happen, he would respond in the comments with a “Yippeeee”. 🙂

And that’s how the project got its name, that’s how the name stuck.

So much so, that when Atul would post the final song of a film here, he’d himself mention that the film is ready to be “Yippeeed”. In other words, ready to be taken over by Pradeepji and his team. 🙂

As a result, for many of us, if we had to represent Pradeepji with one word, it would be “Yippeeee”! 🙂

After that first Bangalore gangout, we had a couple of others too, but Pradeepji couldn’t attend. However I did get to meet him earlier this year on a visit to Chennai. Although it was only for a few minutes, not more than half an hour, it felt really good. We caught up with developments. Pradeepji, multi-faceted person that he is, is busy on multiple projects, developing websites for e-commerce. Mostly out of passion for trying out different things.

From my interactions with Pradeepji, whether face-to-face or otherwise (during the Yippeeee project), I noticed that he is not just a warm person and extremely down-to-earth, he also has a lot of energy and enthusiasm for things. I believe the term for this sort of enthusiastic persion is “zinda dil”?

Anyway, today, on his birthday, I wish him a very happy birthday on behalf of all Atulites.

Now, to our second Atulite birthday today.

If you’ve been sharp enough, you might have picked up a hint already from the way I started this post. It’s not my usual style.

There’s one Atulite who starts posts in this manner – “Hullo to all in Atuldom”.

And that is Peevisie’s Mom.

It’s her birthday also today, and it gives me great pleasure to be able to write this post to wish her on the occasion.

Now Peevisie’s Mom (PM) and I have met a few times more than Pradeepji and I. We live in the same city, so it’s easier to meet up for an occasion. We first met on that first Bangalore Gangout day in October 2014 (the same one that Pradeepji also attended). Thereafter, we met at the next one too, and also on other occasions like when Arunji and Avinashji visited Bangalore, or when Lalitha visited Bangalore (when I first got to meet Peevisie’s Dad too). Besides, we speak on the phone every now and then – usually discussing a post, or she reminds me of an anniversary coming up. 🙂

I talked about Pradeepji’s enthusiasm and his being “zinda dil” – that applies equally to PM too. She too is a very enthusiastic and cheerful person – so much so, that it even tends to rub off on an otherwise gloomy me. Everytime after a conversation with her, usually on the phone for a few minutes, I feel better. And I can’t say that for a lot of people. 🙂

She’s also one of the most active persons on our Atulite whatsapp group, participating in every discussion. But that’s the energy she brings with her – whether on the group, or in conversation or in a post. She’s a wonderfully friendly and warm person – and that warmth is infectious. Which also explains why I feel better after a conversation with her. 🙂

She’s also hugely passionate about HFM and movies – which is what brought us all together to this blog in the first place. But unlike me, her knowledge isn’t limited to any specific eras or genres. For example, I barely know 5 songs of this millennium, she would know almost every film released and its music. No wonder many of the post-2000 songs posted here are from her (and Peevisie herself, of course). And yet she also knows old songs – maybe partly because she also listens to radio or watches song programmes on TV. So her knowledge is definitely wide.

She’s very fond of this blog – we can see that she tries to post on as many anniversary occasions as possible. I remember there was a time when I had more posts here than she did. In fact at that time, I had even a few posts more than Avinashji. But clearly, they were both going to overtake me, because I was hardly posting at that time. She called me up and when this topic came up, she said “bade bhai se aage nikalne ka permission chaahiye”. 🙂 We had a good laugh about it. 🙂

All in all, she’s a wonderful friend to have – and I’m fortunate to have her as a friend.

I wish her too a very happy birthday on behalf of all Atulites.

Now, for the song for today.

It’s a song picked by Avinashji – a fitting birthday song for the occasion. I want to mention here that this post wouldn’t have happened if not for Avinashji’s initiative, so it must be seen as a joint effort by both of us.

The song is “Pam para rum pum” from Trishna (1978), a GP Sippy Productions film. It is sung by Kishore Kumar and the chorus (in which a very young Sadhana Sargam got a chance to sing).

I’ve seen this movie but I don’t recall too much of the story now. It had to do with relationships, a “murder”, suspicion etc, from what I vaguely remember. I need to watch the film again.

In any case, let’s enjoy the song, as we wish both Pradeepji and Peevisie’s Mom a very happy birthday.
Editor’s note-Today is the birthday of Sheela Ji, Avinash ji’s better half’s birthday as well. So happy birthday and many happy returns of the day to her as well.


Song-Pam para rum pum (Trishna)(1978) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Kalyanji Anandji
Chorus

Lyrics

aa aa
Very good!
aa aa
Shaabaash!

Hey Pam para rum pum
Pum pum pum
Pum para rum pum
Pum pum pum
Bole bole
Jeevan ki sargam
Hey
Pam para rum pum
Pum pum pum
Pum para rum pum
Pum pum pum
Bole bole
Jeevan ki sargam

Har rang mein
Har roop mein
Har rang mein
Har roop mein
Tum hanste raho har dum
Bolo
Pam para rum pum
Pum pum pum
Pum para rum pum

Pum pum pum
Bole bole
Jeevan ki sargam

Shaabaash!
Pam para rum pum
Pum pum pum
Pum para rum pum

Pum pum pum
Bole bole
Jeevan ki sargam

Tum pyaare pyaare phoolon ko dekho
Dekho
Dekho
Hai na?
Haan
Tum pyaare pyaare phoolon ko dekho
Todey jaane se bhi hanste hain
Todey jaane se bhi hanste hain
Hanste hain jo bhi aisi adaa se
Sabke dil mein wohi baste hain
Sabke dil mein wohi baste hain
Kaisebhi haan haalaat apne bas mein ye baat
Kaise bhi haan haalaat apne bas mein ye baat
Dhoondhh sakte hain gham mein bhi khushi hum
Bolo
Pam para rum pum
Pum pum pum
Pum para rum pum

Pum pum pum
Bole bole
Jeevan ki sargam

shaabaash
Pam para rum pum
Pum pum pum
Pum para rum pum

Pum pum pum
Bole bole
Jeevan ki sargam

La la la
La la la la la
La la la
La la la la la

Kal jo aaya nahin uska gham kya
Kal jo aaya nahin uska gham kya
Kal jo beeta hai kya uska rona
Kal jo beeta hai kya uska rona
Aaj mein hi chhupa saara jeevan
Aaj ke din ko yunh hi na khona
Aaj ke din ko yunh hi na khona
Saare jeevan ka mol
Bas pyaar ke do bol
Saare jeevan ka mol
Bas pyaar ke do bol
Muskura do badal jaaye mausam
Bolo
Pam para rum pum
Pum pum pum
Pum para rum pum

Pum pum pum
Bole bole
Jeevan ki sargam

Har rang mein
Har roop mein
Har rang mein
Har roop mein
Tum hanste raho har dum

Bolo
Pam para rum pum
Pum pum pum
Pum para rum pum

Pum pum pum
Bole bole
Jeevan ki sargam

Phir se ek baar bolo
Pam para rum pum
shaabaash
Pum pum pum
Pum para rum pum
Pum pum pum

ye baat hai
Bole bole
Jeevan ki sargam

La la la
La la la la la
La la la
La la la la la

Aaiye aaiye
Aaiye
Gaaiye na
Oho come on please
La la la
La la la la la
La la la
La la la la la

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Devnagri script Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala )
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व्हेरी गुड
शाबाश

हे तम तारा रम पम
पम पम पम
पम पारा पम पम
पम पम पम
बोले बोले जीवन की सरगम

हे तम तारा रम पम
पम पम पम
पम पारा पम पम

पम पम पम
बोले बोले जीवन की सरगम

हर रंग में
हर रूप में
हर रंग में
हर रूप में
तुम हँसते रहो हरदम
बोलो
तम तारा रम पम
पम पम पम
पम पारा पम पम

पम पम पम
बोले बोले जीवन की सरगम
शाबाश
तम तारा रम पम
पम पम पम
पम पारा पम पम

पम पम पम
बोले बोले जीवन की सरगम

तुम प्यारे प्यारे फूलों को देखो
देखो
देखो
हैं ना
हाँ
तुम प्यारे प्यारे फूलों को देखो
तोड़े जाने पे भी हँसते हैं
तोड़े जाने पे भी हँसते हैं
हँसते है जो भी ऐसी अदा से ए
सब के दिल में वही बसते है
सब के दिल में वही बसते है
कैसे भी हों हालात
अपने बस में ये बात
कैसे भी हों हालात
अपने बस में ये बात
ढूंढ सकते है
ग़म में ख़ुशी हम
बोलो
तम तारा रम पम
पम पम पम
पम पारा पम पम

पम पम पम
बोले बोले जीवन की सरगम
शाबाश
तम तारा रम पम
पम पम पम
पम पारा पम पम

पम पम पम
बोले बोले जीवन की सरगम

ला ल ला
ल ल ला ल ला
ला ल ला
ल ल ला ल ला

कल जो आया नहीं उसका ग़म क्या
कल जो आया नहीं उसका ग़म क्या
कल जो बीता है क्या उसका रोना
कल जो बीता है क्या उसका रोना
आज में ही छुपा सारा जीवन
आज के दिन को यूँही न खोना
आज के दिन को यूँही न खोना
सारे जीवन का मोल
बस प्यारे के दो बोल
सारे जीवन का मोल
बस प्यारे के दो बोल
मुस्कुरा दो
बदल जाए मौसम
बोलो
तम तारा रम पम
पम पम पम
पम पारा पम पम

पम पम पम
बोले बोले जीवन की सरगम

हर रंग में
हर रूप में
हर रंग में
हर रूप में
तुम हँसते रहो हरदम
बोलो
तम तारा रम पम
पम पम पम
पम पारा पम पम

पम पम पम
बोले बोले जीवन की सरगम
फिर से एक बार बोलो

तम तारा रम पम
पम पम पम

शाबाश
पम पारा पम पम
पम पम पम

ये बात है
बोले बोले जीवन की सरगम
ला ल ला
ल ल ला ल ला
ला ल ला
ल ल ला ल ला

ला ल ला
ल ल ला ल ला
ला ल ला
ल ल ला ल ला

आईये आईये
आईये
गाईये न
ओह ओ
कामे ऑन प्लीज …
हे ला ल ला
ल ल ला ल ला
ला ल ला
ल ल ला ल ला


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#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 76# Memories of the Seventies – Composer Rajesh Roshan #
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Welcome all and wishing all a very Happy New Year 2019!!!

May this New Year bring us all peace, prosperity, good health, and growth of our country in all areas which are concerned with the ‘common man’ and which helps to improve the ‘quality of life’ and ‘quality of living’ for the people of this country.

Within few months general elections for the parliament will also be held and people will get a chance to vote for their ‘fate’ and ‘fate’ of the country.

Let ‘positivity’ prevails and let the ‘truth’ triumphs over ‘misleading negativity’ and ‘social evils’ that are still a ‘threat’ for the ‘unity’ and ‘overall development’ of this country.

***

On the beginning of every year I always think that I should share a song which has celebration, a message in it and it should be motivational and/or inspirational too. And the better if it is a group song or having ‘chorus singing’ in it, to give it a sense of ‘collective spirit’ and ‘team spirit’ 🙂

I think the song I am presenting today serves this purpose I am looking for and it also motivates for ‘hard work’ (mehnat) to fulfil the dreams of individual and for the betterment of the society overall.

And the other reason for this article once again is ‘nostalgia’ and ‘songs that brings back memories’ …

It was not suddenly that the song came to my mind. It so happened that one day while I was travelling from my Camp place to work place and just give a look at the Sun which was shining brightly in the morning.

(Normally when I do that, giving a look at the Sun or staring it a while, the first thing coming to my mind is Kapil Dev 🙂 )

But that day when I try to stare at the Sun more, I break into singing these lines … ‘sooraj se aankhen milaa’ … yes there is song which I had heard in my childhood, but another moment I confused it with ‘oonchi oonchi baaton se kisi ka pet bharta nahin’, but corrected myself that that the two were different songs.

Somewhere the tune of both of these songs appear to be connected because both songs are composed by the same music director Rajesh Roshan.
However, I had forgotten the name of the movie of this song ‘sooraj se aankhen milaa’.

So, I checked about the song and also checked on the blog if it was already covered.
Luckily it was not and thus this opportunity for me to present it here on the blog.

This song is from the 1978 movie ‘Muqqaddar’!!!

Earlier I had planned to send this article during the festival of Diwali, however I could not send it then …

***
When I was still finishing this article, I got to listen the last episode of ‘2018’ of our Primer Minister’s ‘Man Ki Baat’ and also became aware of the recent happenings of the All India DGP/IGP Conference and the awards for ‘National Unity’. Then the PM also highlighted about the many achievements in Sports by India and I when he narrated about a twenty-year-old cyclist and the feat she achieved I real felt very proud about it and was stunned to know that she cycled almost 300 kms every day to complete world tour in 159 days (and to become the ‘first Asian’ to do so) …

At the same time, I was very sad to read a news about a ‘fact check’ for PM’s waiving a train – whether he was ‘waiving an empty train’, which was on its first journey from the newly inaugurated of ‘Bogibeel Bridge’.

This news proves how low we have fallen down in our ‘socio-political’ ‘ethics and morality’. And I am not taking side of any parties involved in this. Even this thought of raising doubt at such an event at this level is very disappointing and it is a sad comment on our day to day affairs where other serious issues are being mocked by peoples having their ‘own selfish motives’.

Let us wish that ‘false propaganda’ and ‘false allegations’ not take over the real concerning issues of our country and let people use the social media with maturity.

Well ‘neki aur badi ki ladaayi jabse duniya bani hai tabse se chali aa rahi hain, agar buraayi na ho to koi achchaayi ko na poochhe, oonchaai ko samajhne ke liye hamehsa nichhayi ko samajhna chaahiye’

And between this ‘neki and badi’ is our Police force who safeguards us and safeguards our Nation in turn from the various ‘crimes’ in our society … I salute to them all and hope they keep up the good work rising above ‘caste, creed, religion, and beliefs’, in the interest of ‘National Unity’ forever …

Our today’s movie – ‘Muqaddar-1978’ is ‘DEDICATED TO, THE TWENTY-FOUR-HOUR SOLDIERS! THE UNSUNG HEROES! THE POLICE!!

And the dialogues mentioned above are not mine … Abdul Bhai (Yunus Parvez) is saying this to Inspector Vijay Saxena (Sanjeev Kumar) in our today’s movie …

Abdul Bhai runs a ‘road side dhaba’ and Inspector Vijay is his daily customer, and when Abdul Bhai suggests Vijay that he should get married so that he doesn’t have to worry about his food …

‘meri shaadi to us din ho gayi thhi jis din main police mein bharti huaa thha’
‘Chori dakaiti murder ye sab ek wafaadaar biwi ki tarah hamesha mere saath lage rehte hai…
‘Aisaa lagta hai Abdul Bhai is duniya se achchhe aadmi uthh gaye hain’

(Sanjeev Kumar at his best and the dialogues of this movie also, I think, very nice, I thought it was Kader Khan, but no, they are by Dr. Balkrishna Mauj)

Meanwhile as Inspector is taking his dinner a ‘bhikhari budhhiya’ comes and ask for ‘kuchh khilaa do’, Vijay asks Abdul Bhai’s assistant to give her food and he will pay for it …
‘main gareeb ki madad karne ke khilaaf nahin hoon Vijay Bhai, lekin kisika haath paaon salaamat ho to use bheekh dena use kaamchor banaana hai’ … (Abdul Bhai’s sincere thoughts …)

‘Abdul Bhai aadmi ka sabse badaa dushman uska pet hai, agar wo bhara rahe to thhik hai, agar khali ho jaaye to dimaag se jhagdaa karta, aur phir kuchh karta hai jise ham pasand nahin karte’ (Inspector Vijay’s statement on reality (fact check? 😊 )

As the Bhikhari Buddhiya is crossing the road a car hits her and run away … Inspector Vijay follows the car, and as usual taking ‘Kaanoon’ in his hands ‘beats the ‘badmaash(s)’ … but then he has to face his senior – played by Jairaj – and his ‘quintessential’ questions (which are valid even today?)

‘jis buddhiya ki khaatir tumne ye sab kuchh kiya hai wo ab bhi maje se bheekh maang rahi hai, aur jinhe jail mein hona chaahiye thha wo asptaal mein pade hain’
‘Police force ko tumne apne haathon ki taaqat aajmaane ka jariyaa samjha hai’(Jairaj)

Sir un logon ne mujhe rishwat dene ki koshish ki hai, samajhte thhe Police ko kharida ja saktaa hai, is tauheen se mera khoon khaul utthaa’

Tumne unhe wahin sazaa dene ki koshish …, Ye dekho aaj ke akhbaar, ‘police maarpit ke liye hai ya rokne ke liye’, Governer, Mayor na jaane kitne phone aa chuke hain,
‘wo sab chaahte hai ke tumhaare khilaaf action liyaa jaaye’

Lekin Sir mujhe unse koi jaati dushmani nahin thhi

Jaati dushmani mujhe bhi tumse nahin hai …

Main tumhe dhaaravi ke ilaake mein transfer karta hoon, Jahaan kuchh sakht kisam ke mujrim active hai … tumhe apni taaqat aazmaane ka poora poora mauqa milega’ Ya to tumhaari sakhti se sudhar jaayenge, ya to wo log tumhe apne aap par kaabu rakhna sikha denge

So, our Inspector is now in Dharavi, and he already has a sincere and dedicated assistant there – Patil (Bharat Kapoor) … who eventually sacrifices his life since he has been asked that ‘is mujrim pe goli mat chalana’ … but mujrim fires on him …

In Dharavi we have Parishit Sahni as a ‘labour leader’ working in a ‘kapada mill’ of Amjad Khan who is also interested in ‘smuggling’ and to become the ‘wealthiest smuggler’ …
Amjad Khan has a sister – played by Rekha – who is interested in social work and has a soft corner towards labors in the ‘basti’ and Ramu Dada is there in the form of Shashi Kapoor who is a ‘spoiled’ younger brother of Parishit Sahni.
Vidya Sinha plays wife of Parishit Sahni, Shashi’s Bhabhi and Rekha’s friend. Paintal is Shashi’s lieutenant and accompanies him whenever he is driving truck and enjoying ‘mujaras’ after the day’s hard work …

Sanjeev Kumar after reaching Dharavi destroys many ‘daaru and matke ka addaas’ and declares to the goons …
“Aaj se jurm ki wo tehniyaa kat gayin hain, jinpe baithhke tum manmaani kiya karte thhe”

Ramu Dada is still not co-operating Inspector Vijay until he realises the real game of the Smugglers …
Vijay is hopeful of rehabilitating Ramu Dada and reform him to the ‘regular stream’ of ‘good people’ …

But how does it happen finally is after the today’s song and I would like the readers interest intact to watch this movie so not going in further details of this movie here … 🙂

Since the beginning of the movie many are waiting for ‘Dushehra’ festival, like Amjad Khan declares bonus to workers as he wants them to work on ‘Dushehre ki Chhutti’ and he can in hide of it arrange ‘smugglers meet’ so that no one doubts …

***
A beggar (Chandu) – deaf and dumb – always asking for money from Amar Babu (Parikshit Sahni), on his advice has given up begging and from the money given by Amar Babu is now making pictures of ‘Ganesh, Sai Baba’, and ‘Shri Ram’ made by Rangoli on the road side …

***

Peoples are celebrating ‘Dushehra’ now and that is where the today’s song happens …

‘The evil -Raavana’s effigy is set with its ten faces of ‘evils’ and Parikshit Sahni, Rekha, Vidya Sinha with the labors in the basti starts celebrating with this song and Shashi Kapoor joins in between ( coming back from his tour to Goa) , and at the end of the celebrations as the Ravana’s effigy is set to fire by the arrows of Parikshit and Shashi Kapoor, enters our Inspector Vijay Saxena – Sanjeev Kumar – for checking of the ‘truck’ driven by Shashi from Goa with smuggled items 😊

***

‘Muqaddar-1978’ was directed by Ravi Tandon for ‘Sneh Films, Bombay’.
It was produced by Ravi Anand.
It had Shashi Kapoor, Sanjeev Kumar, Parikshit Sahni, Rekha, Vidya Sinha, Paintal and Amjad Khan.
Other star cast includes Mac Mohan, Yunus Parvez, Jankidas, Rajesh Behl, Bharat Kapoor, Nandita Thakur, Vikas Anand, Praveen Pal, Ranveer Raj, Chandu, Master Shaka, Master Rajeev, Baby Rani, Uma Dhawan, Sudhir, O.P. Goyal and Jayshree T.

Aruna Irani makes a guest appearance in this movie.

Editing of this movie was done by S.R. Kabre. Dialogues of this movie were written by Dr. Balkrishna Mauj.
Story and Screenplay was written by Mukul Anand.

This movie had four songs (as per HFGK Vol V 1971-1980) written by Anjaan and composed by Rajesh Roshan. Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Mohd Rafi, Usha Mangeshkar had given their voices to the songs in this movie.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 31.05.1978.

(This also serves my purpose of introducing the movies having ‘same title’ and one movie with the same title ‘Muqaddar-1950’ is already on the blog.

Let us enjoy today’ song now and welcome this ‘new year’ on this ‘nostalgic note from the Seventies’ 🙂

Video

Audio

Song-Sooraj se aankhen milaa (Muqaddar)(1978) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Usha Mangeshkar, Rafi, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Rajesh Roshan
Chorus
Asha Bhonsle + Usha Mangeshkar

Lyrics

okey re faakeerey
okey re jaanoon re
okey re faakeerey aa
Bhai bhai
okey re faakeerey
okey re jaanu re
okey re faakeerey aa
Bhai …

Hey ae
Sooraj se aankhen milaa
Taaron ko o dharti pe laa aa
Sooraj se aankhen milaa
Taaron ko o dharti pe laa aa

Arey ye dharti teri hai
Ye sapne tere hain
Aur sab apne tere hain
Tu mehnat ki jalti mashaalen jalaa
Sadiyon se soyaa muqaddar jagaa

Hey ae
Sooraj se aankhen milaa
Taaron ko o dharti pe laa aa
Sooraj se aankhen milaa
Taaron ko o dharti pe laa aa

Arey ye dharti teri hai
Ye sapne tere hain
Aur sab apne tere hain
Tu mehnat ki jalti mashaalen jalaa
Sadiyon se soyaa muqaddar jagaa
He ha aa
ho ho o o

Aa aa aa
Ho ho o
Aa aa aa
Ho ho o
Aa aa aa
Ho ho o
Aa aa aa

Pyaar ki lau jagaa de re
Har andheraa jalaa de

Dooriyaan ye dilon ki ee
Dil milaa ke mitaa de ae
Hey rang udey kahin deep jaley
Aayi holi deewaali saath

Arey aaj to aake naa jaaye re saathi
Rangon bhari aisi raat
Hey rang udey kahin deep jaley
Aayi holi deewaali saath
Arey aaj to aake naa jaaye re saathi
Rangon bhari aisi raat

Kaanton mein kaliyaan khilaa aa
Phoolon se gulshan sajaa
Kaanton mein kaliyaan khilaa aa
Phoolon se gulshan sajaa aa

Arey do din ki hasti mein
Dil jhoome masti mein
Aur sapnon ki basti mein
Tu mehnat ki jalti mashaalen jalaa aa
Sadiyon se soyaa muqaddar jagaa aa

Hoye ae ae ae ae
Hoye hoye hoye ae

Raat din hon ye mele re
Dil na tarse akele
Dil tera jisko chaahe ae
Badhke baahon mein le le

Ae saanson se bandh le
Saanson ki dori
Haathon mein le ke haath

Jaati hai jaan to jaaye khushi se
Chhoote kabhi naa ye saath

Ae saanson se bandh le
Saanson ki dori
Haathon mein le ke haath
Jaati hai jaan to jaaye khushi se
Chhoote kabhi naa ye saath

Baahon ke saaye mein aa
Sharmaa ke aankhen milaa

Ae baahon ke saaye mein aa
Sharmaa ke aankhen milaa
Phir paayal chhankegi
Phir choodi khankegi
Aur phir bindiyaa chamkegi
Tu mehnat ki jalti mashaalen jalaa aa
Sadiyon se soyaa muqaddar jagaa aa

Ho o ho ho o o

Barse tan ka paseena re
Ban ke saawan maheenaa

Katraa ban jaaye moti ee
Zarraa zarraa nageena
Hey aaj jahaan teri raahon mein saathi
Udey ghamon ke ye dhool

Phool khilenge wahin kal
Jhoom ke mast bahaaron ke phool

Aaj jahaan teri raahon mein saathi
Udey ghamon ke ye dhool
Phool khilenge wahin kal
Jhoomke mast bahaaron ke phool

Hey ae
Sooraj se aankhen milaa
Taaron ko o dharti pe laa aa
Sooraj se aankhen milaa
Taaron ko o dharti pe laa aa

Ye dharti teri hai
Ye sapne tere hain
Aur sab apne tere hain
Tu mehnat ki jalti mashaalen jalaa
Sadiyon se soyaa muqaddar jagaa
He ae ae aa
Mehnat ki jalti mashaalen jalaa
Sadiyon se soyaa muqaddar jagaa
Bachke bachke bachke …
Mehnat ki jalti mashaalen jalaa
Sadiyon se soyaa muqaddar jagaa
Immaandaari se aha aa aa
Mehnat ki jalti mashaalen jalaa
Sadiyon se soyaa muqaddar jagaa

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Devnagri script Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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ओके रे फकीरे
ओके रे जानू रे
ओके रे फकीरे आ
ओके रे जानू रे
भाई भाई
ओके रे फकीरे
ओके रे जानू रे
ओके रे फकीरे आ
ओके रे जानू रे
भाई …
ओके रे फकीरे

हे ए
सूरज से आँखें मिला
तारों को ओ धरती पे ला आ
सूरज से आँखें मिला
तारों को ओ धरती पे ला आ

अरे ये धरती तेरी है
ये सपने तेरे है
और सब अपने तेरे हैं
तू मेहनत की जलती मशालें जला
सदियों से सोया मुक़द्दर जगा

हे ए
सूरज से आँखें मिला
तारों को ओ धरती पे ला आ
सूरज से आँखें मिला
तारों को ओ धरती पे ला

अरे ये धरती तेरी है
ये सपने तेरे है
और सब अपने तेरे हैं
तू मेहनत की जलती मशालें जला
सदियों से सोया मुक़द्दर जगा
हे हा आ हो हो ओ ओ

आ आ आ
हो हो ओ
आ आ आ
हो हो ओ
आ आ आ
हो हो ओ
आ आ आ

प्यार की लौ जगा दे रे ए
हर अन्धेरा जला दे

दूरियां ये दिलों की ई
दिल मिला के मिटा दे ए
हे रंग उड़े कहीं दीप जले
आई होली दीवाली साथ

अरे आज तो आके ना जाए रे साथी
रंगों भरी ऐसी रात
हे रंग उड़े कहीं दीप जले
आई होली दीवाली साथ
अरे आज तो आके ना जाए रे साथी
रंगों भरी ऐसी रात

काँटों में कलियाँ खिला
फूलों से गुलशन सजा
काँटों में कलियाँ खिला आ
फूलों से गुलशन सजा आ

अरे दो दिन की हस्ती में
दिल झूमे मस्ती में
और सपनों की बस्ती में
तू मेहनत की जलती मशालें जला
सदियों से सोया मुक़द्दर जगा

होए ए ए ए ए
होए होए होए ए

रात दिन हो ये मेले रे
दिल न तरसे अकेले
दिल तेरा जिसको चाहे
बढ़के बाहों में ले ले

ए साँसों से बाँध ले
साँसों की डोरी
हाथों में ले के हाथ

जाती है जान तो जाए ख़ुशी से
छूटे कभी ना ये साथ

ए साँसों से बाँध ले
साँसों की डोरी
हाथों में ले के हाथ
जाती है जान तो जाए ख़ुशी से
छूटे कभी ना ये साथ

बाहों के साए में आ
शर्मा के आँखें मिला

ए बाहों के साए में आ
शर्मा के आँखें मिला
फिर पायल छनकेगी
फिर चूड़ी खनकेगी
और फिर बिंदिया चमकेगी
तू मेहनत की जलती मशालें जला आ
सदियों से सोया मुक़द्दर जगा आ

हो ओ हो हो ओ ओ

बरसे तन का पसीना रे
बन के सावन महीना आ

कतरा बन जाए मोती
ज़र्र्रा ज़र्रा नगीना
हे आज जहां तेरी राहों में साथी
उड़े ग़मों की ये धूल

फूल खिलेंगे वहीँ कल
झूमके मस्त बहारों के फूल

आज जहां तेरी राहों में साथी
उड़े ग़मों की ये धूल
फूल खिलेंगे वहीँ कल
झूमके मस्त बहारों के फूल

हे ए
सूरज से आँखें मिला
तारों को ओ धरती पे ला आ
सूरज से आँखें मिला
तारों को ओ धरती पे ला आ

ये धरती तेरी है
ये सपने तेरे है
और सब अपने तेरे हैं
तू मेहनत की जलती मशालें जला
सदियों से सोया मुक़द्दर जगा
हे ए ए ए
मेहनत की जलती मशालें जला
सदियों से सोया मुक़द्दर जगा
बचके बचके बचके …
मेहनत की जलती मशालें जला
सदियों से सोया मुक़द्दर जगा
इमानदारी से अहा हा हा
मेहनत की जलती मशालें जला
सदियों से सोया मुक़द्दर जगा


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Blog Day : 3818 Post No. : 14816

“Phaansi”(1978) was directed by Harmesh Malhotra for Eastern Films, Bombay. This movie had Shashi Kapoor, Sulakshana Pandit, Ranjeet, Pran, Jeewan, Ifthikhar, Sapru, Urmila Bhatt, Sudhir, Rammohan, Mohan Sherry, Shetty, Birbal, Aarti, Rajrani, aruna Irani, Asrani etc in it. THe movie also had special appearances by Anwar Hussain, B M Vyas, Randheer, Poornima, Mohan Choti, Chaman Puri and Dev Kumar.

This movie was one of those one hundred odd movies that Shashi Kapoor had signed up after the fortuitious success of his “Chor Machaaye Shor”(1975). The success of that movie had more to do with the music but Shashi Kapoor was the biggest beneficiary. Produceers made a beeline signing up Shashi Kapoor. Shashi Kapoor signed up all the movies indiscriminately. He became so busy that he did not have “dates” to offer for the shooting of these movies. Those were the days when actors gave “dates” in units of “shifts”, but Shashi Kapoor began to give his “dates” in units of “hours” rather than “shifts”, much to the chagrin of his producers, including his elder brother Raj Kapoor, who had signed him up for “Satyam Shivam Sundaram” (1978).

I was no Shashi Kapoor fan, and I did not touc any of these Shashi Kapoor solo movies even with a barge pole.

Coming to “Phaansi”(1978), this movie was no great shakes. I did not watch it. The only thing worth remembering in this movie was a Rafi-Sulakshana Pandit duetsong, “jab aati hogi yaad meri.” This song, one out of four songs in the movie has already been covered in the past.

Here is the second song from “Phaansi”(1978) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata and chorus. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

The song is picturised as a mujra dance song where Aruna Irani plays the mujre waali and Shashi Kapoor is her centre of attention. To this date, I have not understood why Hindi movie heroes (who were supposed to be men of virtue) would make their presence felt in the mujra songs of those days. 🙂


Song-Hamaari beqaraar si nazar bhi dekh lena (Phaansi)(1978) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
Chorus

Lyrics

humaari bekaraar si nazar bhi dekh lena
humaari bekaraar si nazar bhi dekh lena
humaari bekaraar si nazar bhi dekh lena
jo sab ko dekh lo to phir
idhar bhi dekh lena
jo sab ko dekh lo to phir
idhar bhi dekh lena
humaari bekaraar si
nazar bhi dekh lena
humaari bekaraar

kya batlaaun mere qaatil
kaise tumko paaya hai
jab galiyaan galiyaan dil bhatka
tab is manzil tak aaya hai
ajeeb hai ye pyaar ka safar bhi dekh lena
ajeeb hai ye pyaar ka safar bhi dekh lena
jo sab ko dekh lo
to phir idhar bhi dekh lena

aap ke deewaane bhi
aap ke deewaane bhi
aise kahaan baaz aate hain
dil se hain jo khelte
jaan pe bhi khel jaate hain
ab chaahe qayaamat uthh jaaye
deewaane kahaan ghabraate hain
ghabraate hain
ghabraate hain
tum aaj gham ke maaron ka jigar bhi dekh lena
tum aaj gham ke maaron ka jigar bhi dekh lena
jo sab ko dekh lo
to phir idhar bhi dekh lena

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 aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa

aa aa
loot ke baithhe ho tum
loot ke baithhe ho tum
kis ko andheri raaton mein
lahu ye hai ke rang hai
kuchh to laga hai haathon mein
yoon hi nahi kaha jaane jahaan
kuchh dam hain humari baato mein
haan baato me
ae ji baaton mein
udegi subah tak koi khabar bhi dekh lena
udegi subah tak koi khabar bhi dekh lena
humaari bekaraar si nazar bhi dekh lena
jo sab ko dekh lo to phir idhar bhi dekh lena


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Blog Day : 3796 Post No. : 14785

“Bullet”(1976) was directed by Vijay Anand for Navketan Productions on the occasion of the silver jubilee of this production house. This movie had Dev Anand, Parveen Babi, Rakesh Roshan, Kabir Bedi, Jyoti Bakshi (new discovery), Sonia Sahni, Shreeram Laagoo, Jagdeep, Mohan Sherry, Ranjana Sachdev, Murad, Ranjan, Sheela, Shefali, Jazebel, Julie, Ratna, Julien, Mamaji, Moolchand, Sharat Saxena etc in it.
This movie was supposedly based on a James Hadley Chase novel but was slaughtered ( aka adopted) suitably as befitting a movie starring Dev Anand. 🙂

The movie had four songs in it. Two songs have been covered in the past. That leaves two songs to be covered.

Here is the third song from “Bullet”(1976) to appear in the blog. Video of the song does not appear to be available on YT. audio is available and that too is supposed to be a rare song.

The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.

The audio begins with a dialogue where a lady (played by Parveen Babi perhaps ?) is slapped by her father and then she utters some dialogues which precede the song.

I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.

PS-Prakashchandra, our extremely knowledgeable reader has provided the video link of the song, and has informed that the song is picturised on Jyoti Bakshi.
Sudhir Ji points out that the dialogue comes after the song in the movie.

Audio

Video

Song-Mat chhedo gham ki baaten (Bullet)(1976) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

dialogues
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ye chaanta aapko tab maarna chaahiye thha
jab maine pahla cigarette piya thha
us waqt main gyaarah saal ki thhi
lekin aapko meri taraf dekhne ki fursat kahaan thhi

ye chaanta aapko tab maarna chaahiye thha
jab maine pehla boyfriend banaaya thha
us waqt main chaudah saal ki thhi
lekin aapko dekhne ki fursat kahaan thhi

ye chaanta aapko tab maarna chaahiye thha
jab pehli baar main juye mein sau rupaya haari thhi
us waqt main pandrah saal ki thhi
lekin tab bhi aap ko fursat kahaan thhi

tab maarna chaahiye thha
jab maine pehli baar LCD ki goli khaayi thhi
pehli baar charas pi thhi
us waqt main solah saal ki thhi
lekin tab bhi aap ko meri taraf dekhne ki fursat nahin thhi
nahin thhi
—————————–

o o o o
hey hey hey hey hey
hey hey hey hey
mat chhedo o o
gham ki baatein
in baaton mein aen aen aen aen
dum nahin
in baaton mein aen
dum nahin

kaise hum jee rahe hain
aise hum jee rahe hain
kaise hum jee rahe hai
aise hum jee rahe hai
jaise koi zeher hai
hans ke hum pi rahe hain
sote huye ye din guzre
jaagte beetin raaten kayi
peene ke baad
aati hai yaad
bhooli huyi baatein kayi
o o
peene ke baad
aati hai yaad
bhooli huyi ee baatein kayi

jaadu se chal rahe hain
armaan nikal rahe hain
jaadu se chal rahe hain
armaan nikal rahe hain
shole lapak rahe hain
din mein dil jal rahe hain
palkon ke neeche
in aankhon ke peechhe
chhupi hai barsaten kayi
peene ke baad
aati hai yaad
bhooli huyi baatein kayi
o o
peene ke baad
aati hai yaad
bhooli huyi ee ee baatein kayi
bhooli huyi ee ee baatein kayi ee ee


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 : 3795 Post No. : 14783

Hullo, hi, pranaam. Good day to all of Atuldom.

Today (8 december 2018) we have a handsome man turning a year older. He has crossed 80 a few years ago but that has not reduced his charisma or charm or fan-following. He is still active on the silver-screen, even if only in home productions, and has his sons as his co-stars.

He has had a rather loooonnnngggg journey having started in 1960. He was the son of a village school headmaster in Ludhiana of Punjab. His mother was the one who supported him in fulfilling his dream of being an actor (he has mentioned this in various interviews of his). He was bitten by the acting bug after seeing Dilip Kumar on-screen. To pursue his dream, he entered the Filmfare New Talent Contest and won it. He was launched by Arjun Hingorani in “Dil Bhi Tera Hum Bhi Tere” in 1960. From then on, he has been entertaining us.

Dharmendra – the he-man with a soft heart. I have read in numerous of his interviews and heard him on television too that his home is always open to anyone who needs his help. The first time I registered this actor or fell in love with him was probably in “Guddi” along with Jaya Bhadhuri (she was also shown to be a Dharmendra fan) or was it in “Seeta aur Geeta”. Or it could be that I saw “Sholay” fell in love with Veeru and then subsequently saw “Guddi” and “Seeta aur Geeta” on Doordarshan and realized who Raka or Dharmendra (he played himself in Guddi) the actor was.

After “Sholay” I have seen many of his movies, even those where he stood next to a bookshelf and sang – “ya dil ki suno duniyawalon ya mujhko abhi chup rehne do” or stood looking out of a window with the “Meghdhoot” in had singing – “tum pukarlo, tumhara intezaar hai”. Loved him even with his heavy lip-sticked- makeup singing “aap ki haseen rukh pe aaj naya noor hai”.

How can anyone forget his pairing with Meena Kumari, Asha Parekh, Waheeda Rehman, Nutan, Vyjayanthimala, Sadhana, Saira Bano, Mumtaz, Babita and all the other ladies of the 60s. He is a lucky guy as he got to romance all the leading ladies of the 70s & 80s. He was sensible enough in not trying to play a romantic lead in the 90s and the few movies where he had heroines it was either Jaya Prada or Sridevi. In the other movies he played a mentor or guardian to the hero or heroine as in “Dadagiri” {1987} he mentors Padmini Kolhapure and helps her in her mission to take revenge against Amrish Puri.

Similarly, in the 1988 “Paap ko jalakar raakh kar doonga” he is shown his to keep his emotions under control in front of his niece played by Farha after her husband is killed by ‘goondas’ and quietly trying to take revenge against the people responsible of the havoc caused in his ‘hasta khelta’ niece’s life. He is an actor who held his ground during the Rajesh Khanna and Amitabh Bachchan wave.

There are many movies starring Dharmendra and we have covered all his popular ones. Atleast that is what I expected. But I am proved wrong there are many more out there which makes it a difficult job to decide what song to present here. I am taking the easy way out and posting the song which is topmost on my head. It is by the Kishore Kumar- Anand Bakshi- R D Burman trio, from the 1978 Pramod Chakravarty produced and directed “Azaad” which was decently successful at the box office.

It was a typical masala movie where Hema Malini played a rich-spoilt- haughty princess and Dharam an eccentric do-gooder (Ashok) who first has his run-ins with the Rajkumari, teaches her to respect food, the poor etc and finally lands up in a factory owned by her. The movie goes through the routine of the princess trying to humiliate Ashok, then falling in love with him and the evil villains trying every trick to bring the movie to the climax.

Today’s song happens when Hema is in the haughty phase and Dharam wants to protect all of the jungle creatures if possible. The song shows our darling Dharam in his trade mark style of being rough and tough (junglee to an extent) and Prem Chopra to be a little stupid. But this is the perfect song to show who or what we experienced when we saw Dharmendra on screen in the late 70s and early 80s.

Wishing you a very Happy Birthday dear Veeru or Garam Dharam alias Dharmendra.


Song-Main Laila ka Majnu Shirin ka Farhaad (Aazaad)(1978) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

O hoooo
o hoooooo

main laila ka majnu
shireen ka farhaad
main hoon sabse pehle
arre sab hain mere baad
main aazaad
main aazaad
main laila ka majnu
shireen ka farhaad
main hoon sabse pahle
arre sab hain mere baad
main aazaad
main aazaad

Ooooo
Ooooo

pehle bano nishaana
phir tum teer chalaana
thhaam ke apne dil ko phir tum saamne aana
arre pehle bano nishaana
phir tum teer chalaana
thhaam ke apne dil ko phir tum saamne aana
tum jaise dekhe hain
maine bade saiyyaad
main laila ka majnu
shireen ka farhaad
main aazaad
main aazaad

mujhse bachke rehna
baat bigad jaayegi
saari raat kasam se tumko
neend nahin aayegi
arre mujhse bachke rehna
baat bigad jaayegi
saari raat kasam se tumko
neend nahin aayegi
bhool na paaogi tum
main aaunga yaad
main laila ka majnu
shireen ka farhaad
main aazaad
main aazaad

inn aankhon ke raste
dil mein bas jaaoonga
tum naagin toh main sapera
tumko das jaaoonga
arre inn aankhon ke raste
dil mein bas jaaoonga
tum naagin to main sapera
tumko das jaaoonga
ab karti ho gussa
phir karna fariyaad
main laila ka majnu
shireen ka farhaad
main aazaad


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 : 3766 Post No. : 14739

8th November, this year (2018) was bang in the middle of the festivities connected with the big Indian festival of lights Deepawali, which is said to symbolize Rama’s return to Ayodhya after completing the stipulated 14 years of exile. It is said that since the day he returned was the day of Amavasya whole of Ayodhya was lit up to pave the way for the Lord. Another belief is that it marks the vanquishing of the demon Narkasura by goddess Kali and so one of the five days of festivities is called “Kali Chaudas” or “Narka Chaturdashi”.

Whatever the belief it is a five day long festival of lights and joy and celebrations in most parts of India. So here is wishing the Atulsongaday followers or Atulites as I like to call the followers a Happy Deepawali and Prosperous New Year. Some parts of the country will be celebrating “Bhai Dooj” or “Bhau Beej” on 9 November. Happy Bhai Dooj too.

The spirit of the festival is such that I found that the blog has been getting one-song-per-day for a few days now. I myself visited the blog after 3 days today. But the festival was not the only reason for my absence, my all-time favourite grudge about Bangalore had also played a part for my absence.

In fact I heard the Vividh Bharati too after quite some days and it was playing all songs of Usha Uthup in the 9:30 p.m. program. On googling I realized that it was Usha Uthup’s birthday on 8 november 2018.

She has turned 71, time has really flown since she was first sang under RD Burman’s baton in the 1971 for “Hare Rama Hare Krishna” and followed it up with “Bombay to Goa” in which she also made an appearance on-screen. She has an unusual voice which is normally not used for the female lead but more for dance numbers. But our legs move automatically to songs sung by her whether it is “one two cha cha cha”; “hari om hari”; “rambha ho”; “doston se pyar kiya”; “pyar karna toh zaroori hai”; or “I love you, kya kushi hai kya hai gham”. I find that the stats page shows that we have “6” songs of Usha on the blog (I could locate only 3). That is surprising considering that many of her songs were popular and still are popular.

The song with this post is another such song. It is from the 1978 released Krishna Shah directed multi star-casted “Shalimar”. The songs were written by Anand Bakshi and music was R. D. Burman’s. Shalimar’s LP contains 10 songs of which 3 were instrumental, one was a multi-version song. we have three songs from the movie on the blog, here is the next. It is a song which is filmed in a dance school where Aruna Irani is shown giving training for “Cha Cha Cha”. There is also a gambling den attached to the school where we see a sardar (Premnath) squandering his wealth, suffering a heart attack and being assisted by Dharamendra. It is from here that the story of the movie begins.


Audio (Full)

Song-One two cha cha cha (Shaalimaar)(1978) Singer-Usha Uthup, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-R D Burman
Chorus

Lyrics

cha cha cha,
cha cha cha

one two cha cha cha,
lets do cha cha cha
me and you cha cha cha
du ru
cha cha cha
ek do cha cha cha
aise
bahut achchhaa
ek do cha cha cha
du ru
cha cha cha
cha cha cha
cha cha cha

ek qadam aage cha cha cha
ek qadam peechhe cha cha cha
ek qadam aage cha cha cha
ek qadam peechhe cha cha cha
aaa
that’s the way aa haa aa haa
i like it
aa haa aa haa

paanv rakho aage-peechhe
aankhen upar haath thhoda neeche
paanv rakho toh aage-peechhe
aankhen upar
haath aha thoda neeche
o back to back
haan cheek to cheek
haan o baby o baabu

one two cha cha cha
lets do the cha cha cha
me and you cha cha cha
du ru
cha cha cha
waah waah cha cha cha
kya khoob cha cha cha
oh great
du ru
cha cha cha

tirikit tam
tirikit thai
tham thi tham
tham thi tham
oh god mr naidu
this is not the bharatanatyam
this is the cha cha cha

mr naidu
gir mat jaana
yahaan tumhen kal bhi hai aana
hey naidu
gir mat jaana
yahaan tumhen kal bhi hai aana
dhirap pap lo
dekho toh
qadmon ka ye jaadoo

one two three kick
one two three kick
hup two three kick
du ru
cha cha cha
one two three kick
one two three kick
hup two three kick
du ru
cha cha cha
aa honey
lets do the offbeat
swing your firm hips now to your two feet
well honey, lets do the offbeat
swing your firm hips now to your two feet
ek do cha cha cha
haan
bahut achchha
yes yes cha cha cha du ru
cha cha cha

waah waah cha cha cha, kya khub cha cha cha
lets do the cha cha cha
du ru
cha cha cha
cha cha cha,
cha cha cha

mr lover
kya karte ho, pyaar karte ho aur darte ho
o o
dhirap pap lo
dont be shy
you and I
main aur tu
ek do cha cha cha
yes yes bahut achchha
ek do cha cha cha, du ru
cha cha cha
kya khub cha cha cha
oh great cha cha cha
you are doing fine
du ru
cha cha cha

hey come on over here
lets dance
everybody together now
wahaan kya hai
all the action is here man
nazar hamaari taraf
come on
remember how you do it
cha cha cha
cross to cha cha cha
turn to cha cha cha, du ru
sabke saath
waah waah cha cha cha
kyaa khoob cha cha cha
bahut achchhe cha cha cha
du ru
dhira papa pa dhira papa pa dhira
dhira papa pa dhira papa pa dhira
dhira papa pa dhira papa pa dhira
shiba pa pa dhira pa pa dhira
oh yeah thats the way aa haa

one two cha cha cha, cross to cha cha cha
turn to cha cha cha, du ru
sabake saath
waah waah cha cha cha,
haan bahut achchha
aise
la la la, right

cha cha cha
waah waah cha cha cha
haan haan cha cha cha
thats the way cha cha cha,
haa haa cha cha cha
waah waah cha cha cha,
kya khub cha cha cha cha
right
haan loud
come wild


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 : 3758 Post No. : 14728

Happy November to Atuldom

Start of the winters. Bangalore has suddenly turned colder post Navaratri and gearing up for the next most important festival in India – Deepawali.

‘Saajan Bina Suhaagan’ – released in 1978 – was produced and directed by Saawan Kumar Tak. The songs were written by Indeevar and music was by Usha Khanna. When I had heard the songs of this movie I had imagined Usha Khanna to be a rather young person. It was much later I became enlightened that she was also the music director for another set of songs which I love to hear – songs from ‘Dil Deke Dekho’ (1959). But that is not the purpose of this post.

The reason for this post is the small girl in the song who turns a year older today. She must have been all of 11 or 12 at the time of this movie. Movies used to take close to a year or two to complete those days not like present times when we hear of start to finish schedules and the movie quickly reaching the finish-line i.e. the cinema theatre. There were many reasons for the movies of the past taking time to complete and many of those reasons are not there nowadays. I don’t intend to go into the technique changes that film making has undergone.

So, the little girl of the song – Bulbul (Padmini Kolhapure) – is the pet of her parents and sisters. She is in love with her piano and loves to sing. And all is well in paradise till the father (Shreeram Lagoo) finds he is terribly ill and decides to go away from the family to undergo treatment. The mother (Nutan) also is aware of this but keeps it a secret from her daughters. Most of the movie is devoted to showing how the mother copes with the situation and how she has to also shield her daughter Bulbul from any traumatic news as she (Bulbul) too has a congenital heart problem- “hole in the heart” as the movie says. Further problems arise when one hospital ward attenant (TP Jain) starts blackmailing the mother about revealing all secrets to the children. The movie moves on to show how Nutan copes with a sick Bulbul, marriage of the elder daughter Basanti (Radhika Bartake) and a murder charge – Nutan murders TP Jain. So that is a fair idea about the movie.

Today’s song has Barkha (Aarthi Chopra) and Bulbul (Padmini) bullying their “hone waale Jeeja ji” (Vinod Mehra) who is sporting enough to agree to all the pre-wedding conditions that the saalis lay out. Suresh Wadkar, Anuradha Paudwal (who has turned 64 a few days back) and Dilraj Kaur are the playback singers.

So, the little Bulbul – Padmini Kolhapure – is a grown up lady now. She has a large number of movies in her repertoire where she has been a co-actor to most of stalwarts of Bollywood. She has been around since 1974, took a brief sabbatical after her son was born and returned to movies and television; this time playing roles of mother etc. to actors like Shahid Kapoor. And to think she is only as old as the Khans who are still playing the male lead.

Here is wishing the little Padmini a very Happy Birthday.

 

Song – Jeeja Ji Jeeja Ji Hone Waale Jija ji (Sajaan Bina Suhaagan) (1978) Singer – Anuradha Paudwal, Dilraj Kaur, Suresh Wadkar, Lyrics – Indeewar, MD – Usha Khanna
Anuradha Paudwal + Dilraj Kaur
Unidentified Female Voice

Lyrics

jeeja ji jija ji
hone waale jija ji
jeeja ji jija ji
hone waale jija ji
shaadi ke phere hai saat
aur hamaari shartein saat
tumko ho manzoor agar
tabhi milega didi ka haath
ah jeeja ji jija ji
hone waale jija ji
jeeja ji jija ji
honewaale jija ji

pehli shart aapko bata dein
ke didi khaana nahi pakaayegi
arre is ki mujhe paravaah nahi
hotel se khaana manga loonga
o doosri ye shart hai hamaari
ke nain kisi se nahin ladaoge
arre deewana hoon
in nainon ka
in se main nain ladaoonga
saali ho saali ji (paa paa paa papa paa)
hone waali saali ji (paa paa paa papa paa)
jeeja ji jija ji (paa paa paa papa paa)
hone waale jija ji (paa paa paa papa paa)

teesri ye shart hai hamaari
ke seedhe daftar se ghar aaoge
oye ghar ke siva
jaana kahaan
ghar me hi daftar bana loonga
aur chauthi shart hai hamaari
ki didi ko tum sari kamaai dogey
na rakhunga main
kuchh apne liye
sab kuch inhen
main de doonga
saali ho saali ji (paa paa paa papa paa)
hone waali saali ji (paa paa paa papa paa)
jeeja ji jija ji (paa paa paa papa paa)
hone waale jija ji (paa paa paa papa paa)

aur panchavi shart to suniye
didi jab bhi maike me jaayegi
to jaldi waapas nahin bulaaoge
arre gharwaali bin
ghabaraaya dil
toh saali ji tumko bula loonga
chhathi shart to suniye
didi ki taarif mein hamesha
nayi kavita roz sunaoge
kavita meri
na bhayegi to 
tulsi ke dohe suna doonga
saatvin ye shart hai hamaari
ki didi bachchee nahin khilayegi
arre didi ko kasht
na doonga kabhi
bachchon ko khud hi sambhaaloonga

meri bhi ek shart suno ji
are bas, bas, bas
shaadi zara honey to do
jo bhi kahogi main maanoonga
biwi ho biwi ji (paa paa paa papa paa)
hone waali biwi ji (paa paa paa papa paa)
biwi ho biwi ji (paa paa paa papa paa)
hone waali biwi ji (paa paa paa papa paa)
biwi ho biwi ji (paa paa paa papa paa)
hone waali biwi ji (paa paa paa papa paa)
biwi ho biwi ji (paa paa paa papa paa)
hone waali biwi ji (paa paa paa papa paa)
biwi ho biwi ji (paa paa paa papa paa)
hone waali biwi ji (paa paa paa papa paa)

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir Kapur)
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जीजा जी जीजा जी
होने वाले जीजा जी
जीजा जी जीजा जी
होने वाले जीजा जी
शादी के फेरे हैं सात
और हमारी शर्तें सात
तुमको हो मंजूर अगर
तभी मिलेगा जीजी का हाथ
आह जीजा जी जीजा जी
होने वाले जीजा जी
जीजा जी जीजा जी
होने वाले जीजा जी

पहली शर्त आपको बता दें
के दीदी खाना नहीं पकाएगी
अरे इसकी मुझे परवाह नहीं
होटल से खाना मँगवा लूँगा
और दूसरी ये शर्त है हमारी
के नैन किसी से नहीं लड़ाओगे
अरे दीवाना हूँ
इन नैनों का
इनसे में नैन लड़ाऊँगा
साली हो साली जी
(पा पा पा पा पा)
होने वाली साली जी
(पा पा पा पा पा)
जीजा जी जीजा जी
(पा पा पा पा पा)
होने वाले जीजा जी
(पा पा पा पा पा)

तीसरी ये शर्त है हमारी
के सीधे दफ्तर से घर आओगे
ओय घर के सिवा
जाना कहाँ
घर में ही दफ्तर बना लूँगा
और चौथी शर्त है हमारी
के दीदी को तुम सारी कमाई दोगे
ना रखूँगा मैं
कुछ अपने लिए
सब कुछ इन्हें
मैं दे दूँगा
साली हो साली जी
(पा पा पा पा पा)
होने वाली साली जी
(पा पा पा पा पा)
जीजा जी जीजा जी
(पा पा पा पा पा)
होने वाले जीजा जी
(पा पा पा पा पा)

और पाँचवी शर्त तो सुनिए
दीदी जब भी माएके में जाएगी
तो जल्दी वापस नहीं बुलाओगे
अरे घरवाली बिन घबराया दिल
तो साली जी तुमको बुला लूँगा
छटी शर्त तो सुनिए
दीदी की तारीफ में हमेशा
नई कविता रोज़ सुनाओगे
कविता मेरी
ना भाएगी तो
तुलसी के दोहे सुना दूँगा
सातवीं ये शर्त है हमारी
के दीदी बच्चे नहीं खिलाएगी
अरे दीदी को कष्ट
ना दूँगा कभी
बच्चों को खुद हि संभालूँगा
साली हो साली जी
(पा पा पा पा पा)
होने वाली साली जी
(पा पा पा पा पा)
जीजा जी जीजा जी
(पा पा पा पा पा)
होने वाले जीजा जी
(पा पा पा पा पा)

मेरी भी इक शर्त सुनो जी
अरे बस बस बस
शादी ज़रा
होने तो दो
जो भी कहोगी
मैं मानूँगा
बीवी हो बीवी जी
(पा पा पा पा पा)
होने वाली बीवी जी
(पा पा पा पा पा)
बीवी हो बीवी जी
(पा पा पा पा पा)
होने वाली बीवी जी
(पा पा पा पा पा)
बीवी हो बीवी जी
(पा पा पा पा पा)
होने वाली बीवी जी
(पा पा पा पा पा)
बीवी हो बीवी जी
(पा पा पा पा पा)
होने वाली बीवी जी
(पा पा पा पा पा)
बीवी हो बीवी जी
(पा पा पा पा पा)
होने वाली बीवी जी
(पा पा पा पा पा)


This article is written by Mahesh Mamadapur, 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 : 3692 Post No. : 14603

Mukesh and his Composers – 16
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Today 27 August, we remember Mukesh on his remembrance day.

My last post on his birthday (22 July) was about his collaboration with Bappi Lahiri. We remain with the Lahiri family in this post too as we discuss the songs sung by Mukesh for Bappi Da’s father Aparesh Lahiri.

There are probably more songs sung by Aparesh Lahiri than the films that he composed music for.

Not much information is available on the net and I request knowledgeable readers to write more on his composing career. From the little information, I could gather in connection with this post, I came across a Bengali film named Subhash Chandra (1966). Needless to say it is based on the life and times of one of the most adored and respected freedom fighters of India, Subhash Chandra Bose.

The film in Bengali language seems to have been quite popular from what I could understand. Mukesh who has sung about a dozen Bengali songs has one song in this 1966 particular film too. The same film was made in Hindi and seems to have disappeared without much popularity. In the Hindi version too, Mukesh has sung the same song with the same tune as the Bengali version.
[Ed Note: As per the Geet Kosh, the Hindi version of this film was released in 1978.]

This is the solitary song sung by Mukesh for Aparesh Lahiri and hence there will be no table in this post. 🙂

Evidently, there has not been much research by me in this post and I apologize for the same. However the details were sketchy and since it was the only sung by Mukesh for the said composer, I did not dig much into the career of Aparesh Lahiri.

Much of these details were provided to me by Shri Harish Raghuwanshi and I am thankful to him.

Before I conclude the post, I would like to repeat what a few noted and eminent personalities have said about Mukesh.

Salil Chowdhury: Each word from his lips was a pearl. No one could sing the way Mukesh did, with the right diction, inflexion and intonation. His vocal timbre was out of this world.

Raj Kapoor: I am just a body, Mukesh is my soul.

Anil Biswas: I have lost my son. (on Mukesh’s passing away)

Needless to say, the above quotes speak volumes about Mukesh; the man with the golden voice, playback singer par excellence and the noble soul.

The voice of Mukesh will forever continue to resonate in the world of music.


Song – Yahaan Radha Kund Hai Shyam Kund Hai (Subhash Chandra) (1978) Singer – Mukesh, Lyrics – Saraswati Kumar Deepak, MD – Aparesh Lahiri

Lyrics

jai radheshya..aa..aam
ra..aa.aadheshya..aa..aam
jai radheshya..aa..aam

yahaan radha kund hai
shyam kund hai
aur hai goverdhan
madhur
madhur bansi baaje
yahi to vrindavan
o babu yahi to vrindavan

bansi baar baar boley
radha radha radha
radha..aa..aa
radha..aa..aa..aa..aa
bansi baar baar boley
radha radha radha
radha naam bansi ne suron mein hai bandha
tabhi to kanhaiya baney
raadhika raman
madhur madhur bansi baaje
yahi to vrindavan
o babu yahi to vrindavan

jagat ke dukh ki kaanha suney baani
usi baani ko sun ke bani radha rani
huye radhika ke prem se. . .
pooran. . .  mohan
madhur madhur bansi baaje
yahi to vrindavan
o babu yahi to vrindavan

yahan radha kund hai
shyam kund hai
aur hai goverdhan

jai radheshya..aa..aam. . .
ra..aa.aadheshya..aa..aam
jai radheshya..aa..aam. . .

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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जय राधे श्या॰॰आम
रा॰॰आ॰॰आधे श्या॰॰आ॰॰आम
जय राधे श्या॰॰आम

यहाँ राधा कुंड है
श्याम कुंड है
और है गोवेर्धन
मधुर
मधुर बंसी बाजे
यही तो वृन्दावन
ओ बाबू यही तो वृन्दावन

बंसी बार बार बोले
राधा राधा राधा
राधा॰॰आ॰॰आ
राधा॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आ
बंसी बार बार बोले
राधा राधा राधा
राधा नाम बंसी ने सुरों में है बांधा
तभी तो कन्हैया बने
राधिका रमण
मधुर मधुर बंसी बाजे
यही तो वृन्दावन
ओ बाबू यही तो वृन्दावन

जगत के दुख की सुने कान्हा बानी
उसी बानी को सुन के बनी राधा रानी
हुये राधिका के प्रेम से॰॰॰
पूरन॰॰॰ मोहन
मधुर मधुर बंसी बाजे
यही तो वृन्दावन
ओ बाबू यही तो वृन्दावन

यहाँ राधा कुंड है
श्याम कुंड है
और है गोवेर्धन

जय राधे श्या॰॰आम
रा॰॰आ॰॰आधे श्या॰॰आ॰॰आम
जय राधे श्या॰॰आम


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