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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 : 3722 Post No. : 14658

Hullo to all in Atuldom

Disclaimer: Thoughts presented in this song are not the thoughts of the author of this post. It is just a tool in the hands of the filmmaker to take the story of the film forward and explain why the central character professes ‘bachelorhood’. Readers are requested to enjoy the song

“Man Pasand” (1980 – censored on 26-6-1980 and released on 11-7-1980) was among the first few movies whose music cassette was purchased by my father along with “Yaarana” when they hit the market. And since then I am a huge fan of their songs. Know almost all of them by heart.

This was a movie produced by Amit Khanna and directed by Basu Chatterji. Rajesh Roshan was the music director and Amit Khanna himself wrote the lyrics. The movie itself was inspired by the famous stage play by George Bernad Shaw – ‘Pygmalion’ (first published in 1913), and also on the hugely popular iconic film ‘My Fair Lady’ (1964 – Rex Harrison and Audrey Hepburn). The movie stars Dev Anand, Tina Munim, Girish Karnad, Simple Kapadia, Leela Mishra and Mehmood.

The movie has Dev Anand and Girish Karnad playing best friends, bachelors and musicologists. They encounter a loud- and foul-mouthed vendor of ‘datun’ (neem branches} in the late-night local trains of Mumbai. Then and there Dev (Pratap) throws a challenge that he can transform the unpolished girl into a graceful and talented singer and Karnad (Kashinath) picks up the bet and agrees to marry the girl if Pratap is successful.

Today’s song happens when Kamli (Tina Munim) walks into the flat of Pratap, to be trained as a singer. That is her only aim and she doesn’t know that the two friends have other plans. Prior to the song Pratap tries to explain to Kashi that no one knows what their “marzi” is, whether it is a man or a woman. But once people get married they start trying to make the spouses dance to their “marzi”. That is the gist of the song.

Let us enjoy this lively Kishore Kumar number today on Dev Anand’s birth anniversary. He would have been 95. Dev Anand who was an entertainer from 1946 to 2011 almost 65 years. Dev Anand who was an actor, producer director. A heart throb of the audiences who loved his smile (crooked teeth notwithstanding) sparkling eyes, scarfs, caps and mufflers and all the things that made up DEV ANAND.

Audio

Video

Song – Manmaani Se Hargiz Na Daro (Man Pasand) (1980) Singer – Kishore Kumar, Lyrics – Amit Khanna, MD – Rajesh Roshan

Lyrics

hmmm
man maani se hargiz na daro,
kabhi shaadi na karo
man maani se hargiz na daro,
kabhi shaadi na karo

marzi hai
arre aaj kahin
baahar khaana khaayen
wo kahengi
nahin sahab theek aath baje
ghar wapas aa jaayen

kitaab liye haath me in
aap chain se baithe hain
memsaab poochengi
kyunji hamse roothe hai

kabhi kisi bhi naari se kar lo
do baatein
wo kahen inhi se hoti hai kya
chhup ke mulaqaaten
aji tauba bewakoofi ki hai shaadi inteha
har aurat apna soche
auron ki nahi parvaah
kyon theek nahin kaha maine
jo ji mein aaye wo karo
kabhi shaadi na karo
man maani se hargiz na daro
kabhi shaadi na karo

zara sochiye
aaram se aap ye
jeewan jee rahe hain
pasand ka kha rahe
pasand ka pi rahe hain
achcha bhala ghar hai aapka
lekin kya karen
aap se juda hai shauk
begum sahab ka
aate hi kahen suniye ji
har cheez ko badlo
pehle parde phir sofa
phir apna huliya badlo
aji maana tanhaai se
kabhi dil ghabraayega
jeewan saathi ki zaroorat
mehsoos karaayega
ha ha
lekin is ghabaraahat me jo shadi kar baithe
wo umr bhar pachhataayega
jeete ji arey bhai na maro
kabhi shadi na karo
man maani se hargiz na daro
kabhi shaadi
ho kabhi shaadi,
haan kabhi shaadi
na baaba na

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हम्ममम
मन मानी से हरगिज़ न डरो
कभी शादी ना करो
मन मानी से हरगिज़ न डरो
कभी शादी ना करो

मर्ज़ी है
अरे आज कहीं
बाहर खाना खाएं
वो कहेंगी
नहीं साहब ठीक आठ बजे
घर वापस आ जाएँ

किताब लिए हाथ में
आप चैन से बैठे हैं
मेम साहिब पूछेंगी
क्यों जो हमसे रूठे हैं

कभी किसी भी नारी से कर लो
दो बातें
वो कहें इन्हीं से होती हैं क्या
छुप के मुलाक़ातें
अजी तौबा बेवक़ूफ़ी की हैं शादी इंतेहा
हर औरत अपना सोचे
औरों की नहीं परवाह
क्यों ठीक नहीं कहा मैंने
जो जी में आए वो करो
मन मानी से हरगिज़ न डरो
कभी शादी ना करो

ज़रा सोचिए
आराम से आप ये
जीवन जी रहे हैं
पसंद का खा रहे हैं
पसंद का पी रहे
अच्छा भला घर है आपका
लेकिन क्या करें
आप से जुदा है शौक
बेगम साहब का
आते ही कहें सुनिए जी
हर चीज़ को बदलो
पहले पर्दे फिर सोफा
फिर अपना हुलिया बदलो
अजी माना तन्हाइ से
कभी दिल घबराएगा
जीवन साथी की ज़रूरत
महसूस कराएगा
हा हा
लेकिन इस घबराहट में जो शादी कर बैठे
वो उमर भर पछताएगा
जीते जी अरे भाई न मरो
कभी शादी
हो कभी शादी
हाँ कभी शादी
ना बाबा ना

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This article is written by Bharat Upadhyay, 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 : 3679 Post No. : 14571

 

[Dated 06 Aug, 2018]

Yesterday I was NOT on earth, for more than four hours . Now I know how joyful it will be in Heaven. I was a VIP guest at Jaidev’s 100 year Birthday celebration organised by by Hariharan and Chhaya Ganguli. I had full one and a half hours on back stage with artists and even was given a centre first row seat.

During that heavenly program Jaidev’s creations were presented by Hariharan, Penaaz Masani, Vibhavari Joshi,  Mahalakshmi Iyer and Suresh Wadkar.  Many luminaries like Shivkumar Sharma, Amol Palekar, Ashit Desai (who conducted the 20 piece orchestra for all the singers) etc talked about their association with Jaidev.

Penaaz Masani surprised everybody by singing a non-film, hardly heard composition written by the great poet Ramdhaari Singh Dinkar ji – a segment from his mahakavya ‘Urvashi’.  She interjected every stanza with the translated English poetry written by Khushwant Singh.

It may not be popularly known that Jaidev – the underrated genius composer, probably the best of our times, has composed literary pieces from poets like Ghalib and Kabeer to Harivanshrai Bachchan, Mahadevi Varma, Jaishankar Prasad, Maithilisharan Gupt and Ramdhaari Singh ‘Dinkar’.

I present today Jaidev ji composition of a renowned literary work – a lovely melody for Ramdhaari Singh Dinkar’s legendary opus – ‘Urvashi’. Unfortunately this partial composition, rendered by S. Janki remained unheard as the project got shelved and never completed. Jaidev truly was the Literary Composer.

In my khazaana I have a video of Jaidev ji in his own voice talking  about how he composed ‘Urvashi’ and the subsequent singing by S Janki – popularly and aptly called Lata from South India.

Enjoy this enchanting NFS, by listening to the song – you will want to listen to it repeatedly.

[Editor’s Note: ‘Urvashi‘ is a legendary lyrical drama, which is written by one of the greatest poets of modern India – Ramdhari Singh Dinkar. This creation was first published in 1961. This is a long play in 5 acts. It deals with the subject of beauty, love and passion, and the goes much beyond the superficial in exploring the depth of the quest for the truth behind the male-female union in this creation. The basis of this lyrical storytelling is the love saga of Urvashi and Pururava.

Urvashi is an apsara from swarg lok. As per the pauraanic texts, she appeared during the churning of the ocean – सागर मन्थन – the joint endeavour of the devatas (demigods) and the asuras (demons) in the quest for अमृत – the nectar of immortality. In another narrative, it is stated that when Narayan Rishi was doing penance and meditation in the Himalayas, Indra, the king of demigods, afraid for his throne, sent a group of apsaras to disturb his penance. Narayan Rishi became incensed, and to show Indra his powers, created a most beautiful apsara by simply stroking his chest (ur – ‘उर’), whose beauty surpassed the combined attraction of all the ones sent by Indra. Since she was created from the उर of Narayan Rishi, her name became Urvashi.

Pururava is the primeval male personality of the chandra vansh – the Lineage of the Moon (in which after many generation, Lord Krishna also appears as an incarnation). As per the Puraanas, at the beginning of creation, Manu and Shraddha, the original primal man and woman created by Brahma, called upon Vashisht Rishi to perform a yajna (यज्ञ) for begetting a child. Manu wanted a son to be born, and Shraddha wanted a daughter. As the outcome of this yajna, a duaghter was born. On seeing the disappointment on the face of Manu, Vashisht Rishi gave a boon and turned the daughter into a son. He was named Sudyuman (सुद्युम्न). When he grew up, once he went to a forest for hunting. Unknown to him, the forest was cursed, and he was not supposed to enter it. Being in the presence of that curse, he reverted to his original female form, and now he/she was named Ila (इला). In good time, Ila was married to Budh, the son of Chandrma, and from their union, a child was born who became the first generation of the chandra vansh. He was named Pururava.

In metaphysical terms, Urvahsi represents the epitome of the eternal female of this creation, and Prururava is the representation of the eternal male. Pururava is of the earth, and he desires for the pleasures and gratifications of the swarg lok. Urvashi is of the swarg lok, and with an innate and natural certainty, wants to partake the pleasures of the earth. She descends from the heavens to the earth and the two share a relationship of love. Urvashi is a representation of unbridled desires and passions, but having descended from the heavens, she is free from inner conflict and struggles. Pururava represents the earthly persona who is distracted and inconvenienced by a multitude of disturbing vibrations (रव).

In this lyrical creation, Dinkar explores the depth of the quest in a man-woman relationship. The thesis expounded is that inside a man, there is another level of existence of a man, beyond the physical. And the same holds true for the woman. Their longing for each other is a pursuit of seeking out this inner existence within each other. Their quest does not end simply on the physical union but goes much deeper, seeking the true ‘other’, the true counterpart for a more fulfilling and nourishing accord.

Dinkar received the Sahitya Academy award for this creation in 1959, and the Jnaanpeeth Award in 1972.]


Song: Main Roop-Rang-Ras-Gandh-Poorn Sakaar Kamal (S Janaki NFS) (1980)Singers: S Janki, Lyrics: Ramdhari Singh Dinkar, Music: Jaidev
Jaidev
[Ed Note: The clip includes some initial lines of this piece, in the voice of Jaidev ji himself.]

Lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)

par kya bolun?
kya kahoon?

bhraanti, yeh deh-bhaav

[Brief commentary by Jaidev ji]

main manodesh ki vaayu
vyagra, vyaakul, chanchal
avchet praan ki prabha
chetna ke jal mein
main roop-rang-ras-gandh-poorn sakaar kamal
sakaar kamal
sakaar kamal. . .

main roop-rang-ras-gandh-poorn sakaar kamal
sakaar kamal
sakaar kamal. . .

 

par kya bolun?
kya kahoon?

bhraanti, yeh deh-bhaav

main manodesh ki vaayu
vyagra, vyaakul, chanchal
avchet praan ki prabha
chetna ke jal mein
main roop-rang-ras-gandh-poorn sakaar kamal
sakaar kamal
sakaar kamal. . .

main nahin sindhu ki sutaa
talaatal-atal-vital-pataal chhod
neele samudra ko phod
shubhr jhalmal fenanshuk mein pradeept
naachti urmion ke sir par
main nahin mahatal se nikli

main nahin gagan ki lata
taarkao mein pulkit phoolti hui
main nahin vyompur ki baala
vidhu ki tanya chandrika sang
poorima sindhu ki parmojjwal abha-tarang
main nahin kirnon ke taaron par
jhoolti hui bhu par utri

main naam-gotr se rahit pushp
ambar mein udti hui mukt anand-shikha
itivrittheen saundrya chetna ki tarang
sur-nar-kinnar-gandharv nahin
priye main kewal apsara
vishw-nar ke atript ichha-saagar se sumudhbhoot

jan-jan ke mann ki madhur vhni
pratyek hriday ki ujiyaali
naari ki main kalpana charam
nar ke mann mein basne waali
main manodesh ki vaayu
vyagra, vyaakul, chanchal
avchet praan ki prabha
chetna ke jal mein
main roop-rang-ras-gandh-poorn sakaar kamal
sakaar kamal
sakaar kamal. . .

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Hindi script lyrics
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पर, क्या बोलूँ?
क्या कहूँ?

भ्रांति, यह देह-भाव

 

[जयदेव जी द्वारा संक्षिप्त समीक्षा]

मैं मनोदेश की वायु
व्यग्र, व्याकुल, चंचल
अवचेत प्राण की प्रभा
चेतना के जल में
मैं रूप-रंग-रस-गन्ध-पूर्ण साकार कमल
साकार कमल
साकार कमल॰ ॰ ॰

मैं रूप-रंग-रस-गन्ध-पूर्ण साकार कमल
साकार कमल
साकार कमल॰ ॰ ॰

 

पर, क्या बोलूँ?
क्या कहूँ?

भ्रांति, यह देह-भाव

मैं मनोदेश की वायु
व्यग्र, व्याकुल, चंचल
अवचेत प्राण की प्रभा
चेतना के जल में
मैं रूप-रंग-रस-गन्ध-पूर्ण साकार कमल
साकार कमल
साकार कमल॰ ॰ ॰

मैं नहीं सिन्धु की सुता
तलातल-अतल-वितल-पाताल छोड़
नीले समुद्र को फोड़
शुभ्र, झलमल फेनांशुक में प्रदीप्त
नाचती उर्मियॉ के सिर पर
मैं नहीं महातल से निकली

मैं नहीं गगन की लता
तारकॉ में पुलकित फूलती हुई
मैं नहीं व्योमपुर की बाला
विधु की तनया, चन्द्रिका-संग
पूर्णिमा-सिन्धु की परमोज्ज्वल आभा-तरंग
मैं नहीं किरण के तारों पर
झूलती हुई भू पर उतरी

मैं नाम-गोत्र से रहित पुष्प
अम्बर में उड़ती हुई मुक्त आनन्द-शिखा
इतिवृत्तहीन, सौन्दर्य चेतना की तरंग
सुर-नर-किन्नर-गन्धर्व नहीं
प्रिय मैं केवल अप्सरा
विश्वनर के अतृप्त इच्छा-सागर से सुमुद्भूत

जन-जन के मन की मधुर वह्नि
प्रत्येक हृदय की उजियाली
नारी की मैं कल्पना चरम
नर के मन में बसने वाली
मैं मनोदेश की वायु
व्यग्र, व्याकुल, चंचल
अवचेत प्राण की प्रभा
चेतना के जल में
मैं रूप-रंग-रस-गन्ध-पूर्ण साकार कमल
साकार कमल
साकार कमल॰ ॰ ॰


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 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 : 3669 Post No. : 14544

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 71 #Remembering Kishore Kumar on his birth anniversary#
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Today 4th August (2018) (4 August 1929 – 13 October 1987) is the 89th birth anniversary of the ‘Versatile Genius’ Kishore Kumar or Abhas Kumar Ganguly or as he always liked to introduce himself as – Kishore Kumar Khandwewaala. ( 🙂 I cannot forget Khandwa when I am writing about Kishore Kumar.)

I had already marked a song earlier to present on this occasion but could not finish the write-up as during past many days I had been facing a very hectic schedule on work front and also getting very less time in the evening even to browse the blog which otherwise is my daily routine activity in evening every day.

However, a little relaxation at work today gives me this opportunity to write this post. And I am writing it just eight hours before it will be 4th August there in India. And I sincerely hope that our ‘Editors’ get enough time to review it.

There were two posts on the blog recently reminding me of the song which I am going to present here today.

One was when Atul ji posted a ‘disco based song’ from the movie ‘Dil-E-Naadaan’ sung by Kishore Kumar for Rajesh Khanna, and another one was Peevesie’s Mom sharing a song from ‘Suraag-1980’, my memories of listening to today’s song got refreshed.

So, when I was finding myself unable to present a writeup on this occasion, this song comes to my rescue and here I am, presenting this song with a brief write up.

As some of our regulars may be remembering and I also have mentioned this in my earlier write-ups, I was totally taken up by Rajesh Khanna and his movies starting in early eighties and I was trying to look for his other earlier movies and songs more and more. And whenever I came across a Kishore Kumar song I was trying to find out if it was from a Kaka movie and for Kaka.

My Uncles and other relatives would often teasing me on Rajesh Khanna subject and that is why when I wanted to know about this today’s song they told me that it was from the movie Suraag. And since Kaka had a guest appearance in this movie I thought it was possible that this song was picturised on him.

However, it was not a Kaka Song but a nice hummable Kishore Kumar song which was then available in Disco Songs Compilation on cassettes. And it was not from the movie ‘Suraag’ too.

It took me a few years to find out that this song was from the movie ‘Patita-1980’. Finally, when we arrived in the ‘digital age’ of internet and YTthen I came to know that this song was lip synced and performed by Mithun Chakravarty on screen.

So today, on the birth anniversary of Kishore Kumar let us enjoy this song …

The movie ‘Patitaa-1980’ was passed by Censor Board on 11.11.1980. It was directed by I.V. Shashi for ‘Tristar Movies, Bombay’. It had Shoma Anand, Vikram, Raj Kiran, Mithun Chakravarty, Shammi, Ram Sethi, Raj Mehra, Mac Mohan, C.S. Dubey, Birbal, Baby Shalu, Master Rajesh, Viju Khote, Madhup Sharma, Ramesh Deo, Seema Deo, Bramha Bharadwaj, Jagdish Raj.

Sujit Kumar, Sulochana, Madan Puri, Padma Khanna, and Bhawana Bhatt make guest appearance in this movie.

‘Patitaa-1980’ had five songs written by Anand Bakshi and music composed by Bappi Lahiri. Kishore Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar gave their voices to the songs in this movie.

As mentioned in HFGK Vol-V (1971-1980) the records of this movies included the ‘Instrumental Disco Music’ based on the tune of the today’s song – ‘dil dhak dhak karne lagaa’ thus making the total number of songs of this movie to Six.

I have not watched this movie and would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on this movie and its songs.

The movie makes a debut on the blog with the today’s song and this also serves the one of my purpose of introducing movies having the same title. We on our blog have the famous oldie ‘Patita-1953’ already ‘Yippeeeed’. The second ‘Patitaa-1980’ makes a debut today. 🙂

Let us now enjoy this foot tapping song and remember our beloved Kishore Da today …
And just listen the freshness in his voice and how he sings this one for Mithun Chakravarty in a ‘mellowed’ tone but in a ‘disco mood’ …


Song-Dil dhhak dhhak karne laga (Patita)(1980) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Bappi Lahiri

Lyrics

Dhak dhak dhak dhak
Dhak dhak dhak dhak
Dhak dhak dhak dhak
Dhak dhak dhak dhak

Dil dhak dhak karne lagaa aa
Main dil se darne lagaa aa
Dil dhak dhak karne lagaa
Main dil se darne lagaa
Aisaa aa lagtaa hai
Main kisi pe marne lagaa aa
Haaye
Dil dhak dhak karne lagaa
Main dil se darne lagaa

Main poochha karta hoon
Is dil deewaane se
Wo khud aaye to kya ho
Jiski yaad aane se
Aayi ee koi khushboo oo
Koi jaadoo oo
chalne lagaa aa
Ho o o o o
Aisaa aa lagtaa hai
Main kisi pe marne lagaa
Aa aa aa aa aa
Dil dhak dhak karne lagaa aa
Main dil se darne lagaa aa

Tasveerein dekhin hain
Kitni baazaaron mein
Hey ae
Tasveerein dekhin hain
Kitni baazaaron mein
Tum jaise hain hazaaron
Wo hai ek hazaaron mein
Dekhi
do nigaahen
Main aahen bharne lagaa
Ho o o o
Aisaa lagtaa hai
Main kisi pe marne lagaa
Aa aa aa aa aa
Dil dhak dhak karne lagaa
Main dil se darne lagaa aa

Sochaa thha kheloonga
Main ek khilaune se ae
Ab kaise rokoon dil ko
uspe aashiq hone se
Main to
dillagi mein ae
Dil ka saudaa
karne lagaa aa
Ho o o o
Aisaa lagtaa hai
main kisi pe marne lagaa
Aa aa aa aa aa
Dil dhak dhak karne lagaa
Main dil se darne lagaa
Aisaa lagtaa hai
main kisipe marne lagaa
Haa

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

दिल धक् धक् करने लगा आ
मैं दिल से डरने लगा आ

दिल धक् धक् करने लगा
मैं दिल से डरने लगा
ऐसा आ लगता है
मैं किसी पे मरने लगा आ
हाए
दिल धक् धक् करने लगा
मैं दिल से डरने लगा

मैं पूछा करता हूँ
इस दिल दीवाने से
वो खुद आये तो क्या हो
जिसकी याद आने से
आई ई कोई खुशबू ऊ
कोई जादू ऊ चलने लगा आ
हो ओ ओ ओ ओ
ऐसा आ लगता है
मैं किसी पे मरने लगा आ
आ आ आ आ आ
दिल धक् धक् करने लगा आ
मैं दिल से डरने लगा आ

तसवीरें देखीं हैं
कितनी बाजारों में
हे ए
तसवीरें देखीं हैं
कितनी बाजारों में
तुम जैसे है हज़ारों
वो है एक हज़ारों में
देखि दो निगाहें
मैं आहें भरने लगा
हो ओ ओ ओ
ऐसा आ लगता है
मैं किसी पे मरने लगा आ
आ आ आ आ आ
दिल धक् धक् करने लगा आ
मैं दिल से डरने लगा आ

सोचा था खेलूंगा
मैं एक खिलौने से
अब कैसे रोकूँ दिल को उसपे आशिक होने से
मैं तो दिल्लगी में ए
दिल का सौदा करने लगा आ
हो ओ ओ ओ
ऐसा आ लगता है
मैं किसी पे मरने लगा आ
आ आ आ आ आ
दिल धक् धक् करने लगा आ
मैं दिल से डरने लगा आ
ऐसा आ लगता है
मैं किसी पे मरने लगा आ
हा …


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Blog Day : 3655 Post No. : 14513

“Do Premi”(1980) was directed by Raj Khosla for Shalini Films, Bombay. This “social” movie had Rishi Kapoor,Mausami Chatterji, Om Prakash, I S Johar, Deven Verma, Geeta Bahl, Roopesh Kumar, Aruna Irani, K N Singh, Trilok Kapoor, Gautam Sareen, Bhagwan, C S Dubey, Nawab, Raj Kishore, Kundan, Piloo Wadia, Pal Sharma, Manmauji, Dinu Harish, Mansaram, Noor Dewasi, R R Somaiyya, Uma Khosla, Anita Khosla, Reena Khosla, Raj Bharti (new discovery) etc in it.

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

Here is the second song from “Do Premi”(1980) to ppear in the blog. This song is sung by Manna Dey, Kishore Kumar and chorus. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composition is by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

The usual far fetched over the top variety of song situation can be seen in the pictturisation. Rishi Kapoor and I S Johar barge into the premises of Om Prakash where he is marrying off his daughter (Mausami Chatterji) to Roopesh Kumar while Rishi Kapoor feels that he, being the hero, who had sung a duet with the lady in the past, should be the groom instead. So this song is a faux badhaai song where they pay underhand compliments to the “credentials” of the would be groom.

One can see many actors in the picturisation. Bhagwan, playing a watchman stands out among them.


Song-Ladki waalon ki taraf se ladke waalon ko…mubaarak ho mubaarak ho (Do Premee)(1980) Singers-Manna Dey, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
Manna Dey + Kishore Kumar
Chorus

Lyrics

bura ghar ho
bhala ghar ho
hamen kya is’se lena hai
hamaara kaam to beta mubaarakbaad dena hai
ladki waalon ki taraf se ladke waalon ko
ladke waalon ki taraf se ladki waalon ko
mubaarak ho mubaarak ho
mubaarak ho mubaarak ho

mubaarak ho mubaarak ho
mubaarak ho mubaarak ho
ladki waalon ki taraf se ladke waalon ko
ladke waalon ki taraf se ladki waalon ko
mubaarak ho mubaarak ho
mubaarak ho mubaarak ho

ye ladki to hai chaandni se bhi gori
gori
haan gori
ye ladki to hai chaandni se bhi gori
hua kya kisi chaand ki thhi chakori

chaand ki thhi chakori
kiya thha pyaar isne
magar ab
magar ab
magar ab milaati nahin piya se
nazar ab
nazar ab
nazar ab
hua kya kaho kab
hamen kya matlab
daalo khaakh puraani baaton par
kya kahte ho

mubaarak ho mubaarak ho
mubaarak ho mubaarak ho

ye ladka hai achcha
nahin kuchh kharaabi
ye ladka hai achcha
nahin kuchh kharabi

hua kya agar hai zara sa
zara sa
zara sa
zara sa juaari sharaabi
juaari sharaabi
hey girega kabhi to sambhal jaayega ye
ke shaadi hui to
to
to badal jaayega ye
badal jaayega ye
kaha hamne kya kab
khafa ho gaye ye sab

phir ye bhool nahin hogi
bas hamko maaf kar do

mubaarak ho mubaarak ho
mubaarak ho mubaarak ho

ye ladke ka daddy bada paisa waala
ye ladke ka daddy bada paisa waala
hua kya agar iska dhandha hai kaala
ye ladki ka daddy bada hi farishta
magar iski kismat
kahaan joda rishta
kahaan joda rishta
kahaan joda rishta

haseen ye jodi hai
kasar bas thhodi hai
ye rishta nahin manzoor ladke ladki ko
mubaarak ho mubaarak ho
mubaarak ho mubaarak ho

ladki waalon ki taraf se ladke waalon ko
ladke waalon ki taraf se ladki waalon ko

mubaarak ho mubaarak ho
mubaarak ho mubaarak ho


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 : 3652 Post No. : 14506

Hullo to all atulites

In the euphoria to celebrate the blogs 10th anniversary with an appropriate post last week I missed out on a few anniversaries, occasions for which I always try and send a special song. I just realised that 18th July is the anniversary of another favourite. So here is a song for the occasion.

But I think, we can have a song featuring one in a movie in which the other is the main lead. The two actors I was thinking of combining are Rajesh Khanna and Sanjeev Kumar.

We missed Sanjeev Kumar’s birthday last week, he would have been 80 years on 9th July. And 18th July, it will be six years since Rajesh Khanna passed away. Both the actors were active around the same period. Both had their distinct styles in acting and also the kind of characters they enacted. They have appeared in about five films together – “Bandhan”, “Aap Ki Kasam”, “Chala Murari Hero Banane”, “Suraag” and I think Rajesh Khanna had a guest appearance in “Ram Tere Kitne Nam” which released about the time Sanjeev Kumar passed away. “Bandhan” was essentially a Rajesh Khanna movie where Sanjeev Kumar had a small role as a lawyer who fights a case for Rajesh Khanna. “Aap Ki Kasam” had Sanjeev Kumar play RK’s friend and neighbour and the eventual cause for the separation of Rk and Mumtaz. I don’t remember much about “Chala Murari Hero Banane” which was a movie about movies made by actor Asrani and I feel both RK and SK might have played themselves i.e. film stars, in guest appearances. That brings us to “Suraag” which is a Sanjeev Kumar movie where Rajesh Khanna is in a guest appearance in a song situation along with Tina Munim.

Remembering Rajesh Khanna with this song from “Suraag” which was produced by Jagmohan Mundhra and directed by Jag Mundhra and Ambrish Sangal. It had Sanjeev Kumar as husband to Gita Siddharath, playing a professor in Criminology and Parikshat Sahni playing a doctor who is the professor’s unmarried friend. Shabana Azmi plays Parikshat Sahni’s wife who is kidnapped on her way to New York. And then the movie’s mystery begins. The movie had music by Bappi Lahiri and written by Kaifi Azmi. The playback singers use in the movie were Mohd. Rafi, Asha Bhonsle, Lata Mangeshkar, Bappi Lahiri and Kishore Kumar. Today’s song is a qawwali where Rajesh Khanna is on stage with Tina Munim and Gita Siddharath and Sanjeev Kumar are in the audience. Half way through the song Gita spots Shaban Azmi among the chorus girls and then the chase to find her picks up steam. I have seen this movie ages ago so I don’t remember if the song happens abroad or in India. The movie’s story transports the audience back and forth between India and America.

Here is the song which has Rafi and Asha giving playback alongwith male and female chorus.

(not a very clear video)
Song-Wo nazar le ke rahi dil (Suraag)(1980) Singers-Rafi, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Kaifi Azmi, MD-Bappi Lahiri
Male chorus
Female chorus
All chorus

Lyrics

woh nazar leke
woh nazar leke rahi dil
tanaana haiya hu
woh nazar leke rahi dil
tanaana haiya hu
lut gaye
lut gaye
lut gaye hum sare mehfil
tanana haiya hu uuuu
lut gaye hum sare mehfil
tanana haiya hu uuuu haaye
thham ke baithe hain jo dil
tanaana haiya hu
thhaam ke baithe hai jo dil
tanana haiya hu

hai yahi
haan yahi
hai yahi toh mere kaatil
tanana haiya hu uuuu
hai yahi toh mere kaatil
tanana haiya hu uuuuu haye

woh nazar leke rahi dil ka
tanana haiya hu
woh nazar leke rahi dil ka
tanana haiya hu

thhaam ke baithe hain jo dil
tanana haiya hu uu

thhaam ke baithe hain jo dil
tanana haiya hu

kisliye tezz hawaaon mein
jalaaya hai charaag
kabhi paaoge na tum
khoye huye dil ka suraag
uska paana toh hai mushqil
mushqil
uska paana to hai mushqil
tanaana haiya hu uuuu haaye
woh nazar leke rahi dil
tanana haiya huuu
woh nazar leke rahi dil
tanana haiya hu

aaaaa
aapke dil mein nazar aate hai
yun hi kai daag
aise daagi ka bhala
paayenge kya aap suraag
wo na tha

wo na tha
wo na tha pyaar ke kabil
tanaana haiya hu uuu haaye
thhaam ke baithe hain jo dil
tanana haiya hu

thhaam ke baithe hai jo dil
tanana haiya hu

unko dekho koi aur unki adaayen dekho
ek zara sar ko jo sharmaake jhukaayen dekho
bijliyaan kyun na woh hans hans ke giraayen dekho
unpe qurbaan hai mehfil
mehfil
unpe qurbaan hai mehfil
tanana haiya hu uuuu haaye
wo nazar leke rahi dil
tanana haiya hu
wo nazar leke rahi dil
tanana haiya hu

aaaa aaaaa aaa
aaaaaa aaaaaa aa

pa ni sa ni
pa ni sa ga sa ni
sa ga ma ga sa ni ni sa
pa ni sa ni
pa ni sa ga sa ni
sa ga ma ga sa ni ni sa

mere dildaar ho tum
meri jaan pyar ho tum
main hoon chanda ki kiran
nahi talwar ho tum
kabhi behosh ho tum
kabhi hosiyar ho tum
milti hai mujhko saza

aur gunehagaar ho tum
bikhne aaye ho yahaan
kaise khareedaar ho tum u u u
aaaaa aaaaaaa
aaaaaa aaaaa
bikhne aaye ho yahaan
kaise kharidaar ho tum u u u u
kabhi ikraar ho tum
kabhi inkaar ho tum
kabhi aasaan bahot
kabhi dushwaar ho tum
dil ka bachna to hai mushkil
mushkil
dil ka bachna to hai mushkil
tanana haiya hu uuuu haye
wo nazar leke rahi dil ka
tanana haiya huuu
wo nazar leke rahi dil ka
tanana haiya hu

in nigaahon ki kasam
gori baahon ki kasam
mehke baalon ki kasam
dehke gaalon ki kasam
bikhare gesu ki kasam
jaage jaadoo ki kasam
mast khushboo ki kasam u
uth’te pallu ki kasam
de bhi do husn ki khairaat hamein
banke aaye hain hum saahil
saahil
banke aaye hai hum saahil
tanaana haiya hu u u haaye
tham ke baithe re jo dil
tanana haiya hu

tham ke baithe re jo dil
tanana haiya hu

jhoothi baaton ki kasam
teri ghaaton ki kasam
muskuraane ki kasam
dil lubhaane ki kasam
pyaase tan man ki kasam
dil ki dhadkan ki kasam
teri subahon ki kasam
teri shaamon ki kasam
aaaaa aaaa
hai gunehgaar tera dil
tanaana haiya hu u u u
thhaam ke baithe hain jo dil
tanaana haiya hu

thhaam ke baithe hain jo dil
tanaana haiya hu

wo nazar leke rahi dil ka
tanana haiya hu
wo nazar leke rahi dil ka
tanana haiya hu

tanana haiya hu tanana haiya hu
tanana haiya hu tanana haiya hu
tanana haiya hu tanana haiya hu
tanana haiya hu tanana haiya hu
tanana haiya hu tanana haiya hu
tanana haiya hu tanana haiya hu


This article is written by Raja, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day : 3652 Post No. : 14505

Today is the death anniversary of one of India’s biggest superstars, Rajesh Khanna, affectionately referred to as Kaka. He passed away on the 18th of July 2012. I remember being shocked to hear of his death – and even wrote an emotional post on my blog on the occasion. Although I did know that he had been suffering from cancer, the news hit me hard. Today, it is already 6 years since his death. How time flies!

Maybe it’s a reflection of the person he was, but it seems to me that any conversation about Kaka invariably goes beyond his films, and delves into his personal life and relationships. His, admittedly none too positive, image seems to take over – at the cost of discussion about his films. This is unfortunate – but, to some extent, Kaka probably brought this on himself.

We all know he let success go to his head – and paid a heavy price for it. Like I’ve said before, maybe that was one of his roles here on this earth. To NOT be a role model, to be someone that can be held up as an example by parents to children of how NOT to let success get to your head. Anyway, later in life, Kaka did admit to the mistakes he’d made – and, on this Remembrance Day, I think I’d like to not talk about his mistakes. I’ve discussed them at length in previous posts – I don’t want to repeat myself.

Today, as I remember him, all I want to do is to thank him for the performances he gave me when I was just a young boy, growing up in the late 60s / early 70s. I’m going to pause just a bit here to remember those performances.

There were many – his filmography of that period and his success rate would put any other actor in the shade. Not even the big 3 (Dilip, Raj Kapoor and Dev Anand) who came before him could deliver that many hits in that short a time frame. Or the biggie who followed right after. But personally I couldn’t care less about the box-office success of those films. I was just a young boy – what did I know about the box-office? All I knew was, there was this “hero” on screen who, through his smile, or tilt of the head, or “guru” kurta, or dialogue delivery had me mesmerized in film after film, singing one blissful song after another (at that time I didn’t know about playback).

I didn’t always understand the storyline, or even all the dialogues, but everytime he would be romancing  the heroine, whether it was Sharmila or Mumtaz or Tanuja or Hema or another, it felt like all was just perfect with the world. It wasn’t as if other heroes didn’t have romantic scenes with the heroines, but somehow it seemed different in Kaka films. Later, when I thought about this, I felt it was possibly because romance was usually intrinsic to Kaka films. It formed part of the main plot itself. Whereas for others, it was an important element no doubt, but the storyline often had a crime-related plot – like smuggling.  Note that wherever romance IS the plot, the film seems very Kaka-like. For example, ‘Aa Gale Lag Ja’ (1973) could very well have been a Kaka film, though it had Shashi Kapoor in the main lead.

Of course, it was not always a happy ending. Kaka would often die in the film, breaking my heart.  This only made the film a bigger hit, so storylines were devised accordingly.

I thoroughly enjoyed those films – have fond memories of ‘Aradhana’, ‘Aan Milo Sajna’, ‘Kati Patang’, ‘Dushman’, ‘Apna Desh’, ‘Haathi Mere Saathi’, ‘Mere Jeevan Saathi’, and so many others. Whether it was “Mere Sapnon Ki Rani”, “Yahaan Wahaan Saare”, “Ye Shaam Mastaani”, “Waada Tera Waada”, “Rona Kabhi Nahin Rona”, “Dilbar Jaani”, “O Mere Dil Ke Chain” or any of his numerous hits of the time, I knew them all by heart – all stanzas. We’d often sing these songs amongst friends.

At that time I had no idea about Kaka beyond his screen presence. Ignorance was truly bliss.

Then things began changing.

Suddenly he didn’t seem to have the same magic anymore. I tend to associate this with his “long hair” phase but, to be fair to him, that was just the fashion of the time. Hamming seemed to have set in – even the films seemed to lack that romantic feel about them. The last couple of movies I remember of that era that I saw, and could accept, were ‘Aap Ki Kasam’ (1974) and ‘Prem Kahaani’ (1975).

Mehbooba (1976) was probably the first big shock for me. It was highly hyped at the time – what with the two biggest names, Kaka and Hema, as the lead actors. Not to mention RD Burman’s music. I remember the film being a big flop. Later I read that the decline started even earlier but for me, at that age, Mehbooba was the marker.

That was a terrible period for him. Flop after flop. I clearly remember ‘Bundalbaaz’, ‘Chalta Purza’, ‘Aashiq Hoon Baharon Ka’, even BR Chopra’s ‘Karm’ (another much-awaited film) – all failed. But there were more.

Oh, one thing. I said I didn’t know about box-office but there was one indicator for me. I used to travel by school bus to school, 30 km away. En-route there was a film theatre. From the bus, we could see which film was running. That gave us a pretty good idea of hit or flop. I remember ‘Yaadon Ki Baaraat’ running for many weeks, whereas ‘Bundalbaaz’ and ‘Chalta Purza’ just came and went.

After watching ‘Aashiq Hoon Baharon Ka’, I really couldn’t take it anymore. What had happened to my “Ye Shaam Mastaani” Rajesh Khanna? How had he morphed into this “I am in love, you are in love, he is in love, she is in love” Rajesh Khanna? I stopped seeing his movies. I couldn’t bear to.

Later, in the mid-80s, I did watch a few – but only because they were on Doordarshan. ‘Thodisi Bewafai’ (1980), ‘Avtaar’ (1983) and ‘Aakhir Kyon’ (1985). I quite liked them. But only these.

For the next 25 years, I stayed away from Kaka films that I had not watched. Sure, I watched the old ones to relive their magic. But none of his post-1977 films. Only a few years ago, I mustered the courage to watch this category. I think it had to do with his death. Maybe I felt I was doing him grave injustice by avoiding these films. After all, he must have worked just as hard in them, as in his early films. So why not at least give them a shot? For Kaka’s sake.

I started with the more successful ones – at least those with popular songs. Like ‘Agar Tum Na Hote’ (1983), ‘Kudrat’ (1981), ‘Rajput’ (1982). I kept my expectations very low. I quite liked all these films. And I was quite impressed by Kaka too. I don’t recall seeing much of the hamming  that I had dreaded. Sure they were very different from his early 1970s films – but that’s to be expected.

Recently I got into the mood again – and did a Kaka binge. I watched ‘Amrit’ (1986), ‘Dhanwaan’ (1981), ‘Dard’ (1981), ‘Aanchal’ (1980), ‘Janta Hawaldar’ (1979) and ‘Amar Deep’ (1979), all within the last month. As usual, keeping expectations low. I liked some more than the others, of course. But what I realized is each of their story lines is very different from the rest. That also made me realize that Kaka’s movies often had that – different story lines. This, at a time in the late 70s or in the 80s, when usually you had formulaic dhishum-dhishum films, either as multi-starrers, or hero taking revenge on the villain.

I now plan to watch more Kaka films of the period. Even if they’re not good, that’s ok. I keep my expectations low – and I’m watching them for Kaka. His looks aren’t what they were in the early 1970s – but that only seems to make him all the more real for me. And, worst case, the film will probably have a reasonable story line.

Moving on to today’s song.

Now having watched all these Kaka films recently, and most of them not being much represented on the blog, I was somewhat spoilt for choice today. I could have picked at least half a dozen Kaka songs from these films alone – and I do plan to write up more from these films. But for today, I’ve chosen “Paise Ka Kaajal” from ‘Aanchal’ (1980).

Firstly, this song comes in the category of “ye gaana IS film mein hai?” for me. I’d heard it all those years ago but didn’t know which film it was from. Secondly, ‘Aanchal’ is not represented yet on the blog, so it makes its debut today. Thirdly, it is a song & dance – and I quite like song & dance. 🙂 What I particularly liked about this one, apart from the song itself, is Kaka’s style. Not that he was a great dancer, but his style here reminded me of the Kaka of the early 1970s, when he’d dance similarly opposite heroines of the time. 🙂

The film stars Kaka, Rekha, Raakhee, Amol Palekar and Prem Chopra. It’s a village-based story, where Kaka and Amol Palekar are brothers, with Raakhee married to Amol Palekar. Since Kaka is her husband’s younger brother, Raakhee treats him with great affection. Kaka too has highest regard for his bhabhi. Prem Chopra, who has a score to settle with Amol Palekar, plays mischief, creating misunderstanding in his mind about the relationship between Raakhee and Kaka. Also, doing the same to Rekha, who is in love with Kaka.

To be honest, the film picks up only in the second half – the first half is rather slow. But maybe it is a build-up to show the relationships between the characters. I was rather keen for the film to get on with the plot. 🙂

In any case, do listen to this fairly catchy tune composed by RD Burman.  Lyrics are by Majrooh Sultanpuri. The song is sung by Kishore Kumar and Asha Bhosle. As usual, the lyrics have been provided to me by Avinash ji. He is always very helpful in this respect, sending me lyrics for any post I plan to write.

Not only this, he is a huge Kaka fan – a much bigger fan than I am. Avinash ji did tell me that he might not be able to write a post for Kaka on this occasion. So this is our joint tribute to Kaka, as we remember him fondly today.

Kaka, hope you are at peace, wherever you are. And thanks for all the memories.

Video

Audio

Song – Paise Ka Kaajal Daike Na Lo Hamri Jaan (Aanchal) (1980) Singer – Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD – RD Burman
Chorus

Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

paise ka kaajal
daike na lo hamri jaan
paise ka kaajal
daike na lo hamri jaan
laakhon ki hai hamri jaan babuaa
dhhikki naaki dhhikki naaki
dhhikki naaki dhhikki naaki
dhhikki naaki naa aa aa aa aa

o o o o
nainaa hai chanchal
kaise na maarenge baan
nainaa hai chanchal
kaise na maarenge baan
ho
ham ho gaye hain jawaan babuaa
dhhikki naaki dhhikki naaki
dhhikki naaki dhhikki naaki
dhhikki naaki naa aa aa aa aa

mele mein bhi ham akele hain
tum hamre sang aao naa
sang aao naa
are phir jaate jaate ye chhalla
nishaani mein de jaao naa
are de jaao naa
aa ha
chhalla mera naa mehanga pade
loot jaaoge khade hi khade
ho
bachaaye tumhe raam
dhhikki naaki dhhikki naaki
dhhikki naaki dhhikki naaki
dhhikki naaki naa 

o o o o o o o o o o o
nainaa hai chanchal
kaise na maarenge baan
ho
ham ho gaye hai jawaan babuaa
dhhikki naaki dhhikki naaki
dhhikki naaki dhhikki naaki
dhhikki naaki naa aa aa aa aa aa aa

jeewan se jaaoge sainyyaan
jo hamse nazar mil gayee
nazar mil gayee
ho kitni dafaa hamre kaaran
yahin pe chhuri chal gayee
chhuri chal gayee
are hum dilwaale bhi dikhlayenge
dekh lena tumko le jaayenge
bachaaye tumhe raam
dhhikki naaki dhhikki naaki
dhhikki naaki dhhikki naaki
dhhikki naaki naa aa
o o o o
paise ka kaajal
daike naa lo hamri jaan
laakhon ki hai hamri jaan babuaa
dhhikki naaki dhhikki naaki
dhhikki naaki dhhikki naaki
dhhikki naaki naa aa aa aa aa

main jo is aanchal ko chhodun to
jag me rahaa kya mera
rahaa kya mera
are duniya ko maalum kya hai
jo tumse hai naata mera
hai naata mera
sab hai jhootha taraana tera
harjaaee kya hai thikaana tera
sikhaaye tumhe raam
dhhikki naaki dhhikki naaki
dhhikki naaki dhhikki naaki
dhhikki naaki naa 
o o o o o o o o o o o
nainaa hai chanchal
kaise na maarenge baan
ho
ham ho gaye hai jawaan babuaa
dhhikki naaki dhhikki naaki
dhhikki naaki dhhikki naaki
dhhikki naaki naa aa aa aa aa aa

paise ka kaajal
daike na lo hamri jaan
laakhon ki hai hamri jaan babuaa
dhhikki naaki dhhikki naaki
dhhikki naaki dhhikki naaki
dhhikki naaki naa aa aa aa aa aa

dhhikki naaki dhhikki naaki
dhhikki naaki dhhikki naaki
dhhikki naaki naa 

dhhikki naaki dhhikki naaki
dhhikki naaki dhhikki naaki
dhhikki naaki naa 

dhhikki naaki dhhikki naaki
dhhikki naaki dhhikki naaki
dhhikki naaki naa 

dhhikki naaki dhhikki naaki
dhhikki naaki dhhikki naaki
dhhikki naaki naa 

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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पैसे का काजल
दैके ना लो हमरी जान
पैसे का काजल
दैके ना लो हमरी जान
लाखों कि है हमरी जान बबुआ
धिक्की नाकी धिक्की नाकी
धिक्की नाकी धिक्की नाकी
धिक्की नाकी ना आ आ आ आ
ओ ओ ओ ओ
नैना है चंचल
कैसे ना मारेंगे बाण
नैना है चंचल
कैसे ना मारेंगे बाण
हो
हम हो गए है जवान बबुआ
धिक्की नाकी धिक्की नाकी
धिक्की नाकी धिक्की नाकी
धिक्की नाकी ना आ आ आ आ

मेले में भी हम अकेले है
तुम हमरे संग आओ ना
संग आओ ना
अरे फिर जाते जाते ये छल्ला
निशानी में दे जाओ ना
अरे दे जाओ ना
आ हा
छल्ला मेरा ना महंगा पड़े
लूट जाओगे खड़े ही खड़े
हो
बचाए तुम्हे राम

धिक्की नाकी धिक्की नाकी
धिक्की नाकी धिक्की नाकी
धिक्की नाकी ना

ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ
नैना है चंचल
कैसे ना मारेंगे बाण
हो
हम हो गए है जवान बबुआ
धिक्की नाकी धिक्की नाकी
धिक्की नाकी धिक्की नाकी
धिक्की नाकी ना आ आ आ आ आ आ

जीवन से जाओगे सैंय्या
जो हमसे नज़र मिल गयी

नज़र मिल गयी
हो कितनी दफा हमरे कारण
यही पे छुरी चल गयी

छुरी चल गयी
अरे हम दिलवाले भी दिखलायेंगे
देख लेना तुम्हे जायेंगे
बचाए तुम्हरे राम
धिक्की नाकी धिक्की नाकी
धिक्की नाकी धिक्की नाकी
धिक्की नाकी

ओ ओ ओ
पैसे का काजल
दैके ना लो हमरी जान
लाखों कि है हमरी जान बबुआ
धिक्की नाकी धिक्की नाकी
धिक्की नाकी धिक्की नाकी
धिक्की नाकी ना आ आ आ आ

मैं जो इस आँचल को छोडूं तो
जग में रहा क्या मेरा
रहा क्या मेरा
अरे दुनिया को मालुम क्या है
जो तुमसे है नाता मेरा
है नाता मेरा
सब है झूठा तराना तेरा
हरजाई क्या है ठिकाना तेरा
सिखाये तुम्हे राम

धिक्की नाकी धिक्की नाकी
धिक्की नाकी धिक्की नाकी
धिक्की नाकी ना

ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ
नैना है चंचल
कैसे ना मारेंगे बाण

हो
हम हो गए है जवान बबुआ
धिक्की नाकी धिक्की नाकी
धिक्की नाकी धिक्की नाकी
धिक्की नाकी ना आ आ आ आ आ

पैसे का काजल
दैके ना लो हमरी जान
लाखों कि है हमरी जान बबुआ
धिक्की नाकी धिक्की नाकी
धिक्की नाकी धिक्की नाकी
धिक्की नाकी ना आ आ आ आ आ
धिक्की नाकी धिक्की नाकी
धिक्की नाकी धिक्की नाकी
धिक्की नाकी ना

धिक्की नाकी धिक्की नाकी
धिक्की नाकी धिक्की नाकी
धिक्की नाकी ना

 


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 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 : 3545 Post No. : 14228

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# The Special Voices of the decade – 3 # Jaspal Singh #
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Welcome all to the third article in this series.

So far, we have the following two articles posted earlier on this blog under this series, where we are discussing the ‘special voices of the seventies’ and the nostalgia and memories associated with the songs of these ‘special voices’ from Hindi Movies.

‘Maa ne kahaa thhaa o betaa’
‘Haseen haseen waadiyon o’

When I had decided to start this series, my plan was to post one article per month under this series. However, later I thought it was better to combine it with the anniversaries of the Singers if it too falls in the same month of my writing the article.

The song and the ‘voice’ of today was supposed to be covered to mark the end of this series, however there was a good development in the first week of this month (March’2018) which delayed this post and finally it is here today.

The voice that I am presenting today is a ‘’very very special’ and ‘nostalgic’ voice for me.
I can feel the fragrance of the soil of this great land – our country, the purity of green lush fields, a big river flowing with its natural beauty, a small beautiful remote village in the rural part of our country – India, the diversity of our culture and the sweetness of the dialects spoken in our country. In all of its way this voice takes me back to ‘my roots and my soil’ if I think I am able to correctly mention the feelings otherwise the feelings just cannot be expressed in words.

Just listen to this song ‘dharti meri maata pitaa aasmaan’ .

And for that matter take this another song ‘geet gaata chal o saathi gungunaata chal’ from this same movie ‘Geet Gaata Chal -1975’

And then this beautiful ‘bhajan’ ‘O o o mangal bhawan amangal haari ee ee’, again from the same movie – ‘Geet Gaata Chal-1975’, its so soothing and so divine that I can keep it listening again and again just going on.

I remember these songs were played on loudspeakers continuously in a marriage function in our neighbourhood in the colony we were staying then.

I was seven and half years then when the movie was released in 1975.

Since then this voice and these songs also were growing on me as I keep growing over the years.
And yes, I had not watched this movie till many years since it was released. I get to watch it, may be on a TV channel, in the later years of nineties I think. But its songs were there with me and they keep growing on me and with me in my journey of life.

I had watched ‘Ankhiyon Ke Jharokhon Se-1978’, that too on TV around mid or later eighties if I remember correctly. But the ‘dohawali’ from this movie is as fresh ever and soothing whenever I listened to it even now.

I had also not watched ‘Saawan Ko Aane Do-1979’ when it was released or even after that for many years, but I had not and will never escape its magical title song because of the voice singing it and the range of this voice and its sweetness and its melody.

(after coming into contact with this blog I got an opportunity to share the following song from this movie sung by Jaspal Singh; ‘gagan ye samjhe chaand sukhi hai’ )

Those were the days when we were watching any movie coming our way and we were getting a chance to watch. But so far as I remember I didn’t get to watched all the above-mentioned movies then where this singer had his songs which were very popular during those years. But I did watch them when I was a grown adult and I think that was the right time for me to watch them.

One such movie is the 1982 movie ‘Nadiyaa Ke Paar’ of which the songs were so popular then. Those couple of years were the ‘most study focussed’ years for us the students (though I was still very casual in my approach and could not understand its seriousness then, which I can realize now  )
Well, coming back to the songs from this movie, all the songs from this movie were very popular then and all of them are my favorites too.

‘Saanchi kahen tore aawan se hamre’
‘Kaun disha mein leke chalaa re batohiyaa’

These songs from this movie and one of the voice i.e. the male voice of these songs is our ‘special voice’ of the ‘decade of seventies’ for this article today …

The voice I am talking about is none other than Jaspal Singh.

***

Jaspal Singh was born on 23rd March 1943 in Amritsar, Punjab. We wish him a belated “Happy Birthday” on this blog today and a healthy and peaceful life ahead!!!

However, yours ‘junior’ sincerely had already wished him personally over phone a ‘very very happy birthday’ and good wishes to him.

How I came to know about his birthdate also happens just by chance.

It so happened that, during my stay at Nagpur I came across this song (of today) which when I listened to it I liked it so much and immediately fall in love with it. I did share it then to Atul ji but for a different occasion.
(However, now I feel that this is the perfect song for me to share with this article here when I am presenting this voice under this series).

At that time, I do also search for a detailed biographic information about him and after getting his contact number from sources on internet I do make him a call and express my gratitude to him for giving us the treasure of many ‘unforgettable songs’ and for his voice being part of our (people like me who were in pre-teens and teens then) growing years. I had also expressed my wish to meet him sometime if I get a chance of it, which he appreciated whole heartedly and also assured that he can share all information about him whatever is possible and if one wants to go through it.

This happened immediately after the November’16 Mumbai Gang out, so I enquired with our respected Shishir ji, if he had interviewed this personality for this blog, which he told me that it is in his future plans.

Well, from the information available on internet then (even now) it came to my notice that none of the sources (which I came across) had mentioned the birthdate of this personality so I was curious to know about it.

Recently when Atul ji ‘Yippeeee’d’ this movie ‘Geet Gaaata Chal -1975’ on the blog and posted couple of the songs sung by Jaspal Singh ji, I thought I should also write up and complete my post under this series.

After a gap of almost one year and half I thought I should call Jaspal Singh ji and try to get this information directly from him. He was very happy that somebody from a long distance (now from Kenya) had called him and was interested to know about him. He readily shared the information to me which also had an interesting ‘thing’ associated with it.

As mentioned above he was born on 23rd March 1943 at Amritsar Punjab. However, on all official records his date of birth had been recorded as 28th March 1943.

(for the information of our readers I would like to share once again that yours ‘junior’ sincerely have already wished him personally on phone on his birthday on 23rd March itself – ‘thanks, and so nice of you’ was what he replied to me)

Jaspal Singh came from Amritsar where his father was having the business of Hotel and their Hotel was once situated just opposite to the famous ‘Golden Temple in Amritsar’ (which was later demolished and was compensated by the government, as mentioned by him in his interview on RSTV-Guftagoo).

Among the five siblings they are four brothers and one sister. (I hope I am correct as per what I can learn from his interview on RSTV-Guftagoo).

Jaspal Singh completed his graduation from Amritsar and later on persuaded LLB from Ghaziabad. However, he was neither interested in business nor doing the ‘advocacy’. His only interest was to sing and become a ‘play back singer’ which his mother and sister supported well.

Jaspal Singh, since his childhood was fond of singing and he was singing in his school and college functions and was popular among his circles in Amritsar and was invited for singing in functions.
He too (like other upcoming singers) was a great fan of Rafi Saab whom he admires a lot and later on he got a chance to sing with Rafi Saab in films which was a great day for him.

His journey to movies and becoming a play back singer was full of hard work and struggle and he succeeded only because he had this talent, passion and instinct to become a play back singer for movies.

It so happened that his Sister got married and was settled in Mumbai (Bombay) in those years. This came like a blessing for young Jaspal Singh who thereafter keep visiting Bombay, initially during the ‘summer vacation’ and thereafter very often to fulfil his ‘dream’ of becoming a ‘playback singer’ for movies.

His Sister knowing about his passion and intentions persuaded her husband to try that Jaspal Singh gets an opportunity to sing in movies.
There continued efforts resulted in Usha Khanna ji giving him his first break for playback singing in the movie ‘Bandish-1968’ where his first recorded song was a solo song ‘dekho logo ye kaisa zamaana sambhalo sambhalo tang libaada’ which went un-noticed.
Usha Khanna ji give him another chance in 1969 to sung in the movie ‘Anjaan Hai Koi’, this time a duet with Mahendra Kapoor which due to its tune and words was somewhat noticed and reach a larger audience.

However, he was still far away from the ‘big’ and ‘hit’ …

In the meantime, given to the pressure by his father to join the family business in Amritsar he keeps visiting Amritsar, but since he was not interested in Business he returns back to Mumbai.
Later on, his father also gives up to his wish and allow him to stay in Mumbai and even bought a ‘flat’ for him in Mumbai which he is still staying in.

Jaspal Singh also started taking lessons from his guruji Mahendrajeet Singh ji who always encouraged him a lot and always supported him and insisted that he should not leave Mumbai and ‘singing’.
As his struggle for singing opportunities and a major break continued Jaspal Singh also too on practicing as lawyer ship with a senior lawyer in Mumbai and started attending the court proceedings.

***
‘Geet Gaata Chal’ …

Luckily, he got a chance to meet Ravindra Jain who also staying in the same locality and who was aware of his singing.

A ‘big break’ was already waiting for Jaspal Singh when Rajshri Productions were looking for a ‘new singer’ for their upcoming new movie starring Sachin.
Ravindra Jain was the music director of this movie and he thought to give Jaspal Singh a chance for singing.
And, after going through the ‘tests’ Jaspal Sing was given a chance to sing ‘dharti meri maata pitaa aasmaan’, which also was his first recorded song for the movie.

The main title song of the movie came to him only after lot of consultations between the producer of the movie Rajkamal Barjatya and the music director Ravindra Jain who was initially reluctant to give him this song, which he thought was the main song of the movie and he thought a new singer would not be able to do justice with it and had it been gone a wrong way would have spoiled the movie and the music of this movie.
Finally, he was called to sing this ‘title song’ of the movie and after recording of that he was also offered the remaining songs of the movie to sing. (one song of the movie viz. Shyam abhimaani o Shyam abhimaani was already recorded earlier in Rafi Saab’s voice)

However, the title song ‘geet gaata chal o saathi gungunaata chal ’sung by Jaspal Singh went on to create a ‘magic’ for him and for the movie and for the ‘history of ‘Hindi film music’ and this song even today after so many years is as fresh as it was when the movie was released.

This was the first major break he got and which opened for him many avenues further, though he mainly sung for Ravindra Jain (I think so, till we arrive at the total statistics of songs sung by him.)

Thereafter he got to sing in many movies mainly for actor Sachin and many of his songs went on to become very popular and they are as fresh as they were then in the minds of the movie goers and HFM lovers.

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Here it will be interesting to know if he got to sing in movies after ‘Bandish-1968’ and ‘Anjaan Hai Koi-1969’, because his next song was in 1975 for ‘Geet Gaata Chal’.

Well, after ‘Geet Gaata Chal-1975’ he left his ‘practice in lawyership’ and went on to singing in around one hundred fifty movies (to be authenticated).
However tragically or unfortunately for the history of ‘HFM’ the so-called ‘big banners’ didn’t offer him to sing in their productions.
Nevertheless, the songs that he got to sung so far cannot be forgotten and some of them will remain immortal in the memories of HFM lovers.

The song ‘jab jab tu mere saamne aaye’ from ‘Shyam Tere Kitne Naam-1977’ sung for Sachin is his personal favourite.

On this blog I got the opportunity to share few of his songs (few I mentioned above) and viz. ‘yaar dagaa de gaya dulhan ko le gaya’

His active years in singing last till 2009-2010 (as mentioned by him in his interview on RSTV).
By then already HFM had gone many changes and seen many new singers making entry into movies and singing, so naturally Jaspal Singh also got forgotten by Music Directors.

However, given the quantity of songs he sung, and his not so frequent appearing in movie songs credit some keep wondering that ‘where did he vanish?’😊.

On our blog we have so far only fifteen of ‘Jaspal Singh Songs’ posted, so all those who wondered where he was vanished can try to search for his songs also can try to get them posted here 😊 sharing them with their memories associated with his beautiful songs.

From his interview on RSTV (which is also the main source for this article) and as mentioned by Jaspal Singh himself he is living a happy and contented life with his family (wife, a daughter and a son) and continuing with his riyaaz and readings.
He had been doing stage shows as per demand and whenever he got opportunities for that. (the interview was done in 2014 i.e. only four years back).

***

That brings us to the today’s song being presented here on the blog and the movie it is from …

“Paayal Ki Jhankaar-1980” was directed by Satyen Bose for Ruchi Films, Bombay.

It had Komal Mahuwakar, Alankar, Surinder Kaur (new discovery), Arun Kumar, Shail Chaturvedi, C.S. Dubey, Virendra Gaud, Shrikant Moghe, Anand Joshi, Brijendra Mohan, Pardesi, Master Abhitabh, Deepak, Sudha Shivpuri, Ranjana Sachdev, Bandini, Namrata, Asha Sharma, Rajraani and Nisha.
Master Mayur and Master Sandeep make a guest appearance in this movie.

Music for this movie was composed by Rajkamal and its songs were written by Maya Govind.

This movie had total eleven songs in it and it was passed by Censor Board on 23.08.1980.
Aarti Mukherjee, Alka Yagnik, Anand Kumar C., Jaspal Singh, Purushottam Das Jalota, Sulakshana Pandit and Yesudas gave their voices to the songs of this movie.

Interestingly the song being presented today is the only song sung by Jaspal Singh in this movie and the only male solo too. The other male voices are appearing in duets song only.

Though I had not watched this movie its name was in my vague memories so I had been waiting for sharing of a song of this movie to introduce it on the blog. And it also serves the purpose of bringing ‘movies having same titles’ on the blog.

There was a movie with the same title “Paayal Ki Jhankaar” in 1968 which has already made an entry on the blog.

Today ‘Paayal Ki Jhankaar-1980’ makes a debut on the blog …

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Let us now enjoy the today’s song in the unique and amazing voice of Jaspal Singh …
Lyrics are by Maya Govind and music is composed by Raj Kamal ji.


Song-Jin khoja tin paaiyaan gehre paani paithh (Paayal Ki Jhankaar)(1980) Singer-Jaspal Singh, Lyrics-Maya Govind, MD-Rajkamal

Lyrics

Jin khoja tin paayiyaan aa aa
Gehre paani paithh
Jo baawraa dooban daraa aa
Rahaa kinaare baithh
O Shyaama aa
Jin khoja tin paayiyaan aa
Jin khoja tin paayiyaan
Jin khoja tin paayiyaan aa aa
Gehre paani paithh
Jo baawraa dooban daraa aa
Rahaa kinaare baithh
O Shyaama
Jin khoja tin paayiyaan aa
Jin khoja tin paayiyaan

Man ki saanchi lagan hamesha
Manzil tak pahunchaati
Behte behte jaise nadiyaa
Saagar se mil jaati
O Shyaama
Jin khoja tin paayiyaan aa

Tulsi Meera aa Soor ke jaisa
Milaa na khojanhaaraa
Karke tapasya laaye Bhageerath
Ganga ki jal dhaaraa
O Shyaama
Jin khoja tin paayiyaan aa
Jin khoja tin paayiyaan

Baiju ne Guru khoja
Swaami Hari Das ko paaya
Baalak Dhruv ne sach khoja
Ho Shyaama ho o o o o
O o o o
o o o
Baalak Dhruv ne sach khoja
Dhruv taara ban muskaaya
O Shyaama aa
Jin khoja tin paayiyaan aa aa
Jin khoja tin paayiyaan

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(Lyrics in Devnagri Script) (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

जिन खोजा तिन पाईयाँ आ आ आ
गहरे पानी पैठ
जो बौरा डूबन डरा आ आ
रहा किनारे बैठ
ओ श्यामा आ
जिन खोजा तिन पाईयाँ आ
जिन खोजा तिन पाईयाँ

जिन खोजा तिन पाईयाँ आ आ आ
गहरे पानी पैठ
जो बौरा डूबन डरा आ आ
रहा किनारे बैठ
ओ श्यामा आ
जिन खोजा तिन पाईयाँ आ
जिन खोजा तिन पाईयाँ

मन कि सच्ची लगन हमेशा
मंजिल तक पहुंचाती
बहते बहते जैसे नदिया
सागर से मिल जाती
ओ श्यामा
जिन खोजा तिन पाईयाँ आ

तुलसी मीरा आ सुर के जैसा
मिला न खोजन हारा
करके तपस्या लाये भगीरथ
गंगा की जल धारा
ओ श्यामा
जिन खोजा तिन पाईयाँ आ
जिन खोजा तिन पाईयाँ

बैजू ने गुरु खोजा
स्वामी हरिदास को पाया
बालक ध्रुव ने सच खोजा
हो श्यामा हो ओ ओ ओ
ओ ओ ओ
बालक ध्रुव ने सच खोजा
ध्रुव तारा बन मुस्काया
ओ श्यामा आ
जिन खोजा तिन पाईयाँ आ आ आ
जिन खोजा तिन पाईयाँ


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Blog Day : 3544 Post No. : 14227

“Qurbaani”(1980) was produced and directed by Feroz Khan. The movie had Feroz Khan, Vinod Khanna, Zeenat Aman, Amjad Khan, Shakti Kapoor, Aruna Irani, Amrish Puri and Kadar Khan etc in it.

The movie had five songs in it. Four of these songs have been covered in the past. Here are the details of the four songs from “Qurbaani” (1980) that have already been showcased in the blog:-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Ham tumhen chaahte hain aise 3082 6-Oct-10
Aap jaisa koi mein zindagi mein aaye MD-Biddu 7349 15-Jan-13
Qurbaani qurbaani qurbaani Allah ko pyaari hai qurbaani 11419 25-Sep-15
Laila main Laila 14222 31-Mar-18

The movie was “inspired” from a curry western Italian/German movie called “The Master touch”(1974). The movie has impressive background music by Ennio Moricone whose background music in movies like “The Good, The Bad and the Ugly”, “For a few dollars more” etc are extremely popular till today.

“Qurbaani” (1980) makers looked elsewhere for inspiration for the songs of the movie. While Kalyanji Anandji “arranged” or created music for four songs, as the case may be. one “western” song was composed by Biddu and that song turned out to be one of the freakest hits in the history of HFM. The creaters of this song, viz Nazia Hassan and Biddu could never replicate that success again.

Here is the fifth and final song from “Qurbaani” (1980) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Rafi. Indeewar is the lyricist. Music is by Kalyanji Anandji.

While listening to the lyrics of the songs of this movie, I realised that the lyrics writing of Indeewar has not received the credit that he deserved. For instance, he has given a routine Hindi film song situation such wonderful yet simple sounding lyrics that this song has gone on to become an all time classic.

The song is picturised on Zeenat Aman and Feroz Khan on the rugged and picturesque locations of Afghanistan. Some people like it for the picturisation, while some people like it for the singers. This song was one of the last few Rafi-Asha Bhonsle duets out of the several hundred songs that they sang together.

With this song, “Qurbaani” (1980) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Kya dekhte ho soorat tumhaari (Qurbaani)(1980) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Rafi, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

kya dekhte ho
kya dekhte ho
soorat tumhaari
kya chaahte ho
chaahat tumhaari
na hum jo keh den
keh na sakogi
lagti nahin thheek neeyat tumhaari
kya dekhte ho
soorat tumhaari
kya chaahte ho
chaahat tumhaari
na hum jo keh den
keh na sakogi
lagti nahin thheek neeyat tumhaari
kya dekhte ho
soorat tumhaari

roz roz
roz roz dekhoon tujhe
nayi nayi lage mujhe
angon mein amrit ki dhaara
tere angon mein amrit ki dhaara

dil lene ki dhang teri
seekhi koi rang tere
baaton ka andaaz pyaara
teri baaton ka andaaz pyaara
sharaarat se chehra chamakne laga kyoon
sharaarat se chehra chamakne laga kyoon

yeh rang laayi hai sangat tumhaari
kya dekhte ho
soorat tumhaari

socho zara
socho zara
jaan-e-jigar
beetegi kya tumpe agar
humko jo koi chura le
tumse humko jo koi chura le
kisi ne jo tumhen chheena
naamumkin hai uska jeena
kaise nazar koi daale
tumpe kaise nazar koi daale

pyaar pe apne itna bharosa
pyaar pe apne itna bharosa
itna mohabbat mein fitrat hamaari
kya dekhte ho
soorat tumhaari
kya chaahte ho
chaahat tumhaari
na hum jo keh den
keh na sakogi
lagti nahin thheek neeyat tumhaari
kya dekhte ho
soorat tumhaari


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Blog Day : 3543 Post No. : 14222

“Qurbaani”(1980) was produced and directed by Feroz Khan. The movie had Feroz Khan, Vinod Khanna, Zeenat Aman, Amjad Khan, Shakti Kapoor, Aruna Irani, Amrish Puri and Kadar Khan etc in it.

I knew that Feroz Khan’s movies were inspired from Western movies, but I never knew that he would unbshedly lift frame by frame scenes. It turns out that the movie is almost a frame by frame lift from “The Master touch”(1974), an Italian/German curry western movie.

One would argue that “Qurbani”(1980) had songs in it and that way it had at least its songs that were not inspired from the movie. Indeed that is what one though till now.

It turns out that even the songs of this movie were inspired from foreign sources, and not necessarily from the usual sources.

Take the case of “Laila Main Laila” song rom “Qurbaani”(1980). I thought that it was one the “better” and “original” compositions created during the “disco” era of HFM. But I was wrong. It turns out that this popular song is a direct lift from the composition “Chicano” by an African group called “Black Blood”.

Here is this “Qurbaani”(1980) song “Laila Main Laila” which is sung by Kanchan, Amit Kumar and chorus. The song is picturised as a “disco” song on Zeenat Aman, Amjad Khan and others.

Lyricist is Indeewar. He gets the credit for fitting in lyrics to go with the tune. Kalyanji Anandji are the music arrangers, rather than music composers, for this song.


Song-Laila main Laila (Qurbaani)(1980) Singers-Kanchan, Amit Kumar, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Kalyanji Anandji
Chorus

Lyrics

laila main laila
aisi hoon laila
har koi chaahe mujhse milna akela
laila main laila
aisi hoon laila
har koi chaahe mujhse milna akela
jisko bhi dekhoon
aa aa aa
duniya bhula doon
aa aa
majnu bana doon
aa aa
aisi main laila
aa aa
laila o laila laila
aisi tu laila
har koi chaahe tujhse milna akela

o o
mohabbat ka jisko tareeqa na aaya
use zindagi ka saleeka na aaya
raah e wafa mein
aa aa
jaan par jo khela
aa aa
uske liye hai yeh
aa aa
haseenon ka mela
aa aa
laila main laila
aa aa
aisi hoon laila
aa aa
har koi chaahe mujhse
aa aa
milna akela
aa aa
o laila
aa ha
aa ha
aa ha
gullu gullu
gullu gullu
gullu gullu
gullu gullu
ha bubuk bubuk
ha bubuk bubuk

hey
haay haay

mujhe dekhkar jo
na dekhe kisi ko
mere vaaste jo
mita de khudi ko
usi deewaane ki
aa aa
banoongi main laila
aa aa
use pyaar doongi main
aa aa
pehla pehla
aa aa
laila main laila
aa aa
aisi hoon laila
aa aa
har koi chaahe mujhse
aa aa
milna akela
aa aa

laila o laila laila
aa aa
aisi tu laila
aa aa
har koi chaahe tujhse
o ho
milna akela
laila o laila laila
o Laila
aisi tu laila
o Laila
har koi chaahe tujhse milna akela
laa laa laa laa laa aa aa
laa laa laa laa laa aa aa
la la la la laa aa aa
la la la laa aa


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Blog Day : 3541 Post No. : 14217

“Sitaara” (1980) was a Sunandini Pictures production. It was produced by Mallikarjuna Rao and directed by Meraj. The movie had Mithun Chakraborty, Zarina Wahaab, Kanhaiyalal, Suresh Chatwal, MacMohan, Paintal, Dinesh Thakur, T.P.Jain, Yunus Parwaiz, Mumtaz Shanti, Pathak, Kishore Kapoor, Bhooshan Banmali, Radha Swamy, Prakash Raghuvanshi, Kabira, Mallik, Agha, Jalal Agha etc in it.

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

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Ye saaye hain ye duniyaa hai 4263 24-Jul-11
Sajna ka kangna kangna mein heera 6669 18-Sep-12
Saath saath tum chalo to raat raat bhar chalen 8365 17-Jul-13
aap aaye gareebkhaane mein 14214 28-Mar-18

Here is the fifth and final song from “Sitaara”(1980) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata and Bhupinder Singh. Gulzar is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.

The song is picturised on Zareena Wahab and Mithun Chakraborty.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

With this song, “Sitaara”(1980) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Thhodi si zameen thhoda aasmaan (Sitaara)(1980) Singers-Lata, Bhupinder Singh, Lyrics-Gulzar, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

laa laa lalalaa laaa
laa laa laaa
laa laa laa laa

thhodi si zameen
thhodaa aasmaa aan
tinkon ka bas ek aashiyaan
thhodi si zameen
thhodaa aasmaan
tinkon ka bass ek aashiyaan

thhodi si zameen

maangaa hai jo tumse woh
zyaadaa to nahin hai
dene ko to jaan de dein
vaadaa to nahin hai

o o o
maangaa hai jo tumse woh
zyaadaa to nahin hai
dene ko to jaan de dein
vaadaa to nahin hai

o o o
koi tere vaadon pe
koi tere vaadon pe
jeeta hai kahaan aaaa
tinkon ka bass ek aashiyaan
thhodi si zameen……
thodaa aasmaa aan
tinkon ka bass ek aashiyaan
thhodi si zameen
thhoda aasmaan
tinkon ka bass ek aashiyaan
o o o
thhodi si zameen

mere ghar ke aangan mein aen
chhotaa saa jhoolaa ho

sondhee sondhee mitti hogi
lepaa huaa choolhaa ho o o
mere ghar ke aangan mein aen
chhotaa saa jhoolaa ho

sondhee sondhee mitti hogi
lepaa huaa choolhaa ho….
Ho o
thhodi thhodi aag hogi
thhodi thhodi aag hogi

thhodaa saa dhuaan aa aa
tinkon ka bass ek aashiyaan
thhodi si zameen
thhodaa aasmaa aan
tinkon ka bass ek aashiyaan
o thodi si zameen

raat kat jaayegi to o
kaise din bitaayenge

baajre ke kheton mein
hahaha(laughing sound)
kawwe udaayenge ae
raat kat jaayegi to o
kaise din bitaayenge

laalalaalalaalalala
laalalaalalaalala
o o
baajre ke sikkon(??) jaise
baajre ke sikkoon jaise
bete hon jawaa aan

tinkon ka bass ek aashiyaan
thhodi si zameen
thhodaa aasmaa aan
tinkon ka bass ek aashiyaan
ho thhodi si zameen


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