Atul’s Song A Day- A choice collection of Hindi Film & Non-Film Songs

Archive for the ‘Songs of 1980s (1981 to 1990)’ Category


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:

4449 Post No. : 15908

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Blog ten year challenge (2010-2020)- Song Number 85
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Atul ji has rightly mentioned in his post regarding BTYC posts coming up regularly, having taken precedence over other projects in the process. I think, on the other hand it is also helping bring movies bring closer to ‘Yippeeee’ and also helping movies getting noticed after an interval of couple or few years where the movies earlier were having some songs posted and took a back-seat thereafter without any reason.

In some cases where many movies made their debut ten years ago and were forgotten thereafter after getting only one song posted, the ‘Blog Ten Year Challenge’ has been like a ‘boon’ for them. In turn it also gives a chance to readers to visit the songs of movie like these and recall their songs which were played then and also recall some fond memories if any.

Consider the case of one of the two movies due for ‘BTYC’ today – ‘Mahaan-1983’ which made its debut on the blog ten years back and so far, has only one song posted on the blog.

Let us have a look on the six songs posted on the blog ten years back on this day on
22.09.2010;

Song Movie title-Year Remarks
Raaton ki neend chheen lee aankhon ke intezaar ne Shokhiyaan-1951 All Songs covered
Teri kaafir nigaah kar gayi dil ko tabaah Miss Coca Cola-1955 All Songs covered
Yaad karoon tori batiyaan Mr Lambu-1956 All Songs covered
Tum aur ham bhool ke gham Fashion-1957 06 songs posted
Mujhe gale se lagaa lo bahut udaas hoon main Aaj Aur Kal-1963 All Songs covered
Jidhar dekhoon teri tasweer nazar aati hai Mahaan-1983 01 song posted

‘Mahaan-1983’ had some good songs like the one ‘Jidhar dekhoon teri tasweer nazar aati hai’ already posted on the blog and ‘pyaar mein dil pe maar de goli’ being the most popular song from the movie. ‘Ye din to aata hai ek din jawaani mein’ sung by Pancham and Asha Bhonsle was the other song frequently played and like then.

Music for ‘Mahaan-1983’ was composed by R.D. Burman.

I had not watched this movie then and have not watched it so far, so can’t say much about the movie.

When I noticed that this movie was due for BTYC today I went through its songs and I have selected one other song (which required more time from me to complete the ‘baat’:) ), but then noticed this lesser heard (I don’t remember to have heard this song earlier) song sung by Kishore Kumar and have selected this song for today’s presentation.

The song is lip-synced on screen by Amitabh Bachchan and also seen in picturization of the song is Zeenat Aman and also seen is a Puppet (of Ramdas Padhye the famous ventriloquist, I guess I am correct) with them.

‘Mahaan-1983’ had total seven songs in it all written by Anjaan and composed by R.D. Burman.

So far, only one song from ‘Mahaan-1983’ have been posted on the blog;

Song Posted On
Jidhar dekhoon teri tasweer nazar aati hai 22.09.2010

I am not giving details about the movie and other songs too, and holding them for a detailed post with other song of the movie to be presented in the future on the blog.

(Unlike the song which finishes ‘aadhi baat’ I am not completing my ‘baat’ here)

Let us now enjoy today’s song from this movie. 🙂

(Lyrics noted are as per audio link which has three stanzas whereas the video link doesn’t have the second stanza as given in the audio link.)

Video

Audio (Longer)

Song-Aadhi baat ho chuki tu aadhi baat kar le (Mahaan)(1983) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

ae
aadhi baat ho chuki
tu aadhi baat kar ley ae
arey
aadhi baat ho chuki
tu aadhi baat kar ley ae
aaj ki is raat ko
suhaag raat kar ley
bhar le mere pyaar se ae
bhar le mere pyaar se
tu sooni maang bhar le ae ae
aadhi baat ho chuki
tu aadhi baat kar ley ae
aaj ki is raat ko
suhaag raat kar ley ae

(waah guru waah, phansaa diyaa na
arey chup, chal bhaag yahaan se)

aisi haseenaa haath na aayi
to marr jaaungaa aa
marr bhi gayaa to khudaa ko kaise
munh dikhlaaungaa aa aa
aisi haseenaa haath na aayi
to marr jaaungaa aa
marr bhi gayaa to khudaa ko kaise
munh dikhlaaungaa
chaahe aankh dikhaa
chalegaa
chaahe shor machaa
daudegaa
chaahe aankh dikhaa
chaahe shor machaa
main baaz na aaungaa aa
arey aajaa meri baanhon mein
aajaa meri baanhon mein
tu pyaar se sanwar le ae ae
aadhi baat ho chuki
tu aadhi baat kar ley ae
aaj ki is raat ko
suhaag raat kar ley ae

kamre mein hai do pyaase dil
aur dawajjaa band
sej saji hai
saji hai dulhan
hai taqdeer buland
kamre mein hai do pyaase dil
aur dawajjaa band
sej saji hai
saji hai dulhan
hai taqdeer buland
ek pal mein usey
haasil kar loon
ek pal mein usey
haasil kar loon
dil kar le jise pasand
pyaar ki rangeen raahon se ae
pyaar ki rangeen raahon se
ek baar to guzar le ae
aadhi baat ho chuki
tu aadhi baat kar ley ae
aaj ki is raat ko
suhaag raat kar ley ae

(undeciphered dialogues)

pyaar se tujhko nafrat hai
aa tujhko sikhaa doon pyaar
pyaar se jab tak sanwar na jaaye
husn hai ye bekaar
pyaar se tujhko nafrat hai
aa tujhko sikhaa doon pyaar
pyaar se jab tak sanwar na jaaye
husn hai ye bekaar
is pyaar mein jo o o
dil doob gayaa aa
is pyaar mein jo
dil doob gayaa a
wo doob ke ho gayaa paar
prem gangaa doob ke
har har gange ae
prem ganga doob ke
ye paar to utar le ae ae
aadhi baat ho chuki
tu aadhi baat kar ley
aaj ki is raat ko
jai om mangalam
sarv mangalam
shubh vivaah sampanam
putra praapti sampanam
suhaag raat kar ley …


This article is written by nahm, 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 :

4448 Post No. : 15904

20th September was the birthday of Mahesh Bhatt. I knew there are numerous films with very good significant song in them produced and directed by Mahesh Bhatt which are not posted and some of these movies are yet to make an appearance in the blog. But it sometimes happens that what is easily available and do-able, never gets done and I neglected a few post, like the post for Hasrat Jaipuri during last week. Peevesie’s mom post of the Hinglish song from “Ham hain raahi pyaar ke” has encouraged me to do a post for this day.

This song from “Aashiqui” (1990) has a very appealing presence in the “Chitrahaar” made by Mahesh Bhatt. I have liked the songs of this film, as do many people of my generation. The only song from this film posted so far is here. In this post a lot about the film and the music is written.

For some months now, the link and lyrics are waiting in drafts for writing a post. The song is ‘Tu…… meri zindagi hai, tu…… meri har khushi hai”. Singer is the dependable Kumar Sanu. The lyrics are credited to Sameer and music to Nadeem-Shrawan”. But there is a catch here: see what I have found in the trivia about this song.

“This song was an adaptation of a Pakistani film song with the same mukhda from the film “Mohabbat Mar NahinSakti” (1977). The original song was composed by Nashad. While lyricist Sameer used the same mukhda as Tasleem Fazli’s original, the antara had different lyrics. The original song had two solo versions sung by Mehdi Hassan and Noor Jehan.”

I had years ago heard a Pakistani song of the same tune and mukhdaa on youtube, by a singer recording for PTV, while looking for this song from Aashiqui. But this information in the trivia is news to me. So I looked up the Noorjehan song and found both audio and video clips :
Audio by Noor jahaan
Video of film song.

The video of Mehdi Hasan version is also available :
Video of Mehdi hasan song
Audio version

Today 21 september is the 94th birth anniversary of Madam Noorjahan, and I find it fitting to give the lyrics of the song from the film “Mohabbat mar nahi sakti”(1977), sung by Noorjahan. The composer is Nashad, who might be the same one who features in the blog with many compositions in the 50’s decade.

Lyrics :

Tu uu uu uu
meri zindagi hai
tuuu
meri har khushi hai
tu hi pyaar tu hi chaahat
tu hi bandagi hai
Tu……
meri zindagi hai

jab tak na dekhoon tujhe
sooraj na nikle ae
jab tak na dekhoon tujhe
sooraj na nikle ae
zulfon ke saaye saaye
maahtaab ubhre
tu hi meraa hosh saathhi
tu hi bekhudi hai
Tuuuuu
meri zindagi hai
tuuu
meri har khushi hai
tu hi pyaar tu hi chaahat
tu hi bandagi hai
Tuuuuu
meri zindagi hai

mere labon pe tere
naghme milenge ae
mere labon pe tere
naghme milenge ae
aankhon mein saathhi tere
jazbe milenge ae
mere dil mein tu hi tu hai
teri raushni hai ae
Tuuuuu
meri zindagi hai

chhod ke duniyaa tujh ko
apnaa banaa loon
chhod ke duniyaa tujhko
apnaa banaa loon
sab se chhupaa ke tujhko o o
dil mein basaa loon
tu hi meri pehli khwaahish
tu hi aakhri hai ae ae
Tuuuuu
meri zindagi hai

So the song presented here is the second song from the film ‘Aashiqui’(1990). This is an indian adaptation of the song original sung by the two legends of across the border. Noor jahan and Mehdi Hasan were stalwarts of their style of singing and Kumar Sanu, singing the indian version was a Kishore Kumar clone, trying to make a name for himself back in 1990. So we will be kind and not make comparisons among unequal creations of the Almighty, whom he may have blessed differently.

But honestly, Kumar Sanu is not doing bad at all. Kumar Sanu’s birthday is also round the corner, on 23rd September. So we celebrate it a bit in advance with this remarkable song.

Video :

Full Audio :

Song-Tu meri zindagi hai (Aashiqui)(1990) Singers-Kumar Sanu, Anuradha Paudwal, Lyrics-Sameer, MD-Nadeem Shrawan

Lyrics(Based on Audio version)

Tu u u u
u u
meri zindagi hai ae
tu u u u
meri har khushi hai ae ae

Tu u u
meri zindagi hai ae
tu u u
meri har khushi hai ae ae
tu hi pyaar
tu hi chaahat
tu hi aashiqui hai ae ae
Tu u u u
meri zindagi hai
tu u u u
meri har khushi hai

pehli mohabbat ka
ehsaas hai ae tu u u
pehli mohabbat ka
ehsaas hai ae tu
bujh ke jo bujh na paayi ee ee
wo pyaas hai tu u u
tu hi meri pehli khwaahish
tu hi aakhri hai ae ae
Tu u u u
meri zindagi hai ae ae
tu u u
meri har khushi hai ae ae

o o o o
o o o
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
o o o
Tu u u
meri zindagi hai
tu u u
meri har khushi hai
tu hi pyaar
tu hi chaahat
tu hi aashiqui hai
Tu u u
meri zindagi hai
tu u u
meri har khushi hai
hmm hmhm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm

har zakhm dil ka tujhe
dil se du’aa de ae
har zakhm dil ka tujhe
dil se du’aa de
khushiyaan tujhe gham saare ae
mujh ko khudaa de ae
tujhko bhulaa na paaya aa
meri bebasi ee hai ae
Tu u u
meri zindagi hai ae ae
tu u u
meri har khushi hai

o o o o
o o o
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
o o o
Tu u u
meri zindagi hai
tu u u
meri har khushi hai
tu hi pyaar
tu hi chaahat
tu hi aashiqui hai
Tu u u
meri zindagi hai
tu u u u u
meri har khushi hai
hmm m m
hm hmm hmm
hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm


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

Blog Day :

4446 Post No. : 15897

Songs Repeated in Hindi Films – 23
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OK, so introducing another popular song that got very quickly reused in a subsequent film. This raunchy item number surprised everyone when it came out for the first time. The film is ‘Inkaar’ from 1977. It was cops and robbers story – B-grade cinema but it was done very professionally, giving some true insight into the normal working of the police force.

This song, which is performed by Helen in the film, became very popular in its time. And the wonder part of this song was / is the voice that has rendered it. The voice is of Usha Mangeshkar. One does not hear her voice in item numbers. Maybe part of a twin dance duet singing. But not an out and out item song. Somehow the selection of his voice for the setting clicked absolutely well. The setting of the song in the original film is a roadside tavern – a desi daaru ka adda. A counter for selling liquor and some chairs and tables for the clients to enjoy their glass that cheers. The dancer, Helen, is very much in the native Maharashtrian attire, wearing the dhoti in the typical lavangi style. The scenario, the persona – the singing voice suited everything to a T.

Fast forward to 1984. The film is ‘Andar Baahar’. This is another cops and robbers tale. Jackie Shroff is a police inspector who has lost his senior partner (role played by Parikshit Sahni) to the bullets of criminals. He vows revenge, and for that he takes permission to pull out a jailed criminal (role played by Anil Kapoor), and enrolls him as his partner, because he can identify the gangster boss. Anil Kapoor, who is a hardened criminal otherwise, has a difficult time adjusting to a role on the other side of the law. So within the very first one or two days, taking advantage of his newly given freedom, he disappears from Jackie Shroff’s home. Jackie is worried, on many counts, and sets out to search for him. Following his instincts he goes to the city red light area and his hunch is proved correct. Anil Kapoor is in a binge of drink and dance with a dancing girl of the area, role played by Jaishree T. And the song that is used in this scene is the iconic Usha Mangeshkar number, repeated from the film ‘Inkaar’.

The reuse is a direct replay without re-recording. The song duration is shorter because only one stanza of the song is utilized. Once again, being a repeat song, this does not appear in the Geet Kosh listings for the latter film. I have retained the credits for the song, from the original film – Majrooh Sultanpuri and Rajesh Roshan. Incidentally the music director for the latter film is RD Burman.

So another popular song reused in a later film. I accidentally ran into this song, as I was searching for another video clip to complete another post. The song “Hum Ko To Yaari Se Matlab Hai” from film ‘Andar Baahar’ has a sad version that was not getting located. I played thru the film in fast forward mode. It was a short clip but I was able to locate it. In the process, the bonus was the discovery of this repeat song that would have otherwise not been located, as it is not listed. A good chance discovery.

Song –  Tu..u..u Mungdaa, Mungdaa Main Gud Ki Dhali  (Andar Baahar) (1984) Singer – Usha Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD – Rajesh Roshan

Lyrics

tu..u..u
mungdaa mungdaa
main gud ki dali
mangtaa hai to aa jaa rasiyaa
naahin to main ye chali
mangtaa hai to aa jaa rasiyaa
naahin to main ye chali
tu..u..u
mungdaa ha mungdaa
main gud ki dali
mangtaa hai to aa jaa rasiyaa
naahin to main ye chali
mangtaa hai to aa jaa rasiyaa
naahin to main ye chali

aapas ki chaal dekhe so lut jaaye
aapas ki chaal dekhe so lut jaaye
tu jis pe naina daal haathon se pyaala satak jaaye
tu jis pe naina daal haathon se pyaala satak jaaye
aashiq apna
mungdaa mungdaa mungdaa
main gud ki dali
kaisa mulga hai re sharmila
tujhse to mulgi bhali
kaisa mulga hai re sharmila
tujhse to mulgi bhali

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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तू॰॰ऊ॰॰ऊ
मूंगड़ा मूंगड़ा
मैं गुड़ की डली
मंगता है तो आ जा रसिया
नाहीं तो मैं ये चली
मंगता है तो आ जा रसिया
नाहीं तो मैं ये चली
तू॰॰ऊ॰॰ऊ
मूंगड़ा मूंगड़ा
मैं गुड़ की डली
मंगता है तो आ जा रसिया
नाहीं तो मैं ये चली
मंगता है तो आ जा रसिया
नाहीं तो मैं ये चली

आपस की चाल
देखे तो लुट जाये
आपस की चाल
देखे तो लुट जाये
तू जिस पे नैना डाल
हाथों से प्याला सटक जाये
तू जिस पे नैना डाल
हाथों से प्याला सटक जाये
आशिक अपना मूंगड़ा
मूंगड़ा मूंगड़ा
मैं गुड़ की डली
कैसा मुल्गा है रे शर्मिला
तुझसे तो मुल्गी भली
कैसा मुल्गा है रे शर्मिला
तुझसे तो मुल्गी भली


This article is written by nahm, 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 :

4430 Post No. : 15859 Movie Count :

4364

Pyarelal Ramprasad Sharma, one halfof the music director Laxmikant-Pyarelal was born on 03/09/1940. So that makes this 80th Birthday of the one of the most proficient, successful and talented musicians of the golden era of hindi film music. It is a well-known fact that both Laxmikant and Pyarelaljistarted their career as players of music instruments in the song recordings. If I am not mistaken, Pyarelalji, was a violinist.

‘Most proficient’ in the film industry’s history is the correct tag for Laxmikant-Pyarelal as they are the composers with the highest no. of songs composed which stands at 2901, in the blog’s stats page.

Laxmikant Pyarelal started as music directors in 1963, they hit the jackpot with Dost (1964). What followed is history, with awards, accolades and they never looked back. They are on record as loyalists of Rafi Sahab till his lifetime, who also sang maximum no of songs for them.

The achievements and success are too many, for me to start listing them. But their association with Anand Bakshi is the longest one, and must be the biggest such combo. I would guess the total songs composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal may have around 2000 written by Anand Bakshi.

On this birthday occasion , I am presenting the song from the film Krodhi (1981), by this very same team/combo of Lakshmikant-Pyarelal with AnandBakshi. The singers are Lata Mangeshkar and Suresh Wadkar. The was a multi-starrer film by Subhash Ghai. The starcast was Dharmendra, Hema Malini, Maushmi Chatterjee, Zeenat Aman, Shashi Kapoor etc and of course the love birds in the song, Sachin and Ranjeeta. The four songs of the film, which I remember are all nice one’s. But the movie is making a debut here on the blog with this song.

I have seen the movie, so can give a little outline of the story. Dharmendra is a gangster or smuggler, Zeenat Aman works for him and has a lot of regard and respect for him, as he has helped her a lot with the responsibilities. Zeenat Aman meets Shashi Kapoor (Police Inpector ?) at her sister’s wedding. Zeenat Aman and Shashi Kapoor get married, but Shashi Kapoor is not aware of the connection between Zeenat Aman and Dharmendra. The police is looking to arrest Dharmendra but he escapes and takes shelter in a village, where people mistake him for a godman or sadhu. Dharmendra adopts the disguise to escape the police. Sachin and Ranjita are the two characters who don’t make much difference to the story.

In the song, which Sachin and Ranjita are singing in the garden ‘Chameli baagh”, Dharmendra is looking on, and I think later on he helps them in some way or they are both murdered, by the villains. Dharmendra is also reminded of his late wife Maushmi Chatterjee while watching the song. Lata Mangeshkar is play backing for both Ranjita and Maushmi in the song.

The sort of word play which was a signature of Laxmikant Pyarelal and Anand Bakshi songs, is visible in this song.


Song-Chal chameli baagh mein mewa khilaaungaa (Krodhi)(1981) Singers-Suresh Wadkar, Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
Both

Lyrics

chal
chal
chal
chal
chal
chal
chal
chal
chal
chal
chal

chal chameli
chameli baagh mein
mewaa khilaaungaa
chal chameli baagh mein
mewaa khilaaungaa aa
chal chameli baagh mein
mewaa khilaaungaa aa
mewe ki tehni toot gayi to o
chaadar bichhaaunga
chaadar ka pallu phat gayaa to
darzi bulwaaungaa
darzi ki suyee toot gayi to o
ghodaa daudaangaaaa
ghode ki taang toot gayi to to
to to to to

to tum ko uthhaaungaaaa
dil mein bithhaaungaa
chal chameli
chameli baagh mein
mewaa khilaaungaa aa
chal chameli baagh mein
mewaa khilaaungaa aa

itnaa sab kuchh kar ke
phir dil mein bithhaaugey ae
itnaa sab kuchh kar ke
phir dil mein bithhaaugey ae
pehle se hi dil mein bithhaa lo
tum thhak jaaogey ae
tum thhak jaaogey ae
tum thhak jaaogey ae
chal chameli
chameli baagh mein
jhoolaa jhulaaungi ee ee
chal chameli baagh mein
jhoolaa jhulaaungi ee

jhoole ki rassi toot gayi to
aanchal bichhaaungi
aanchal ka pallu phhat gaya to
see kar dikhaaungi
suyee jo mujh ko chubh gayi
hans kar manaaungi
hans kar jo tum na maane to
ro kar dikhaaungi
tum ko manaaungi
tum maan jaaoge
main roothh jaaungi
tum maan jaaoge
main roothh jaaungi ee

chal chameli
chameli baagh mein
panchhi dikhaaungaa aa
chal chameli baagh mein
panchhi dikhaaungaa aa

panchhi daali se udd gaye to
seeti bajaaungaa
seeti se bhi na wo udey to
bansi bajaaungaa
bansi jo gir ke toot gayi to o
main geet gaaungaa
geeton mein tum ko pyaar ki
baaten sunaaungaa
baaten sunaaungaa
din raat phir tum ko main
yaad aaungaaaa
din raat phir tum ko main
hmmm mmm
yaad aaungaaaa
hmmm mmm

yaad na aana
warna mujh ko
neend na aayegi ee
aakhon hi aankhon mein saari
raat jaayegi ee

chal chameli baagh mein
chori se jaayenge
chal chameli baagh mein
chori se jaayenge
chori se maali ki sabhi
kaliyaan churaayenge
kaiyaan churaa ke teraa
gajra banaayenge
ye to socho o o
kya hogaa jo
pakde jaayenge
pakde jaayenge

pakde jaayenge
pakde jaane se pehle to ham
bhaag jaayenge
pakde jaane se pehle to ham
bhaag jaayenge ae
chal chameli baagh mein
ham mewaa khaayenge


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

Blog Day :

4430 Post No. : 15858

Hullo Atuldom

“Arpan” (1983) was produced and directed by J. Om Prakash who passed away exactly a year and month ago on 7th August 2019. His movies had titles mostly starting with an “A”, for example “Aap Ki Kasam”, Aakraman”, “Aaye Din Bahaar Ke”, “Aaya Saawan Jhoom Ke” etc. He was the presenter of two Rajesh Khanna starrers “Raja Rani” & “Aan Milo Sajna” both produced by Jagdish Kumar and director of the first-ever movie that his son-in-law Rakesh Roshan produced “Bhagwan Dada”. He was also the producer of “Aandhi”.

He began his career as a producer with “Aas Ka Panchhi” through his production house Filmyug in 1961 and followed it up with “Ayee MIlan Ki Bela” “Aaya Saawan Jhoom Ke” “Aankhon Aakhon Mein” etc turning director with “Aap Ki Kasam”. He was a clerk in a film distributors office in Lahore and ended up being a manager there before coming to Bombay post Partition of India.

He had a keen ear for good music that were lyrical and melodious. Of course his movies were mostly romantic and filled with family-emotions and values. At least that is what I remember from what I have seen in his films of the ’80s. He was associated with 23 movies from the ’60s to his last released in 2001- a Rahul Roy starrer called “Afsana Dilwalon Ka” post which he retired. Laxmikant-Pyarelal were the music directors of 12 of these movies .

The coming together of this triumvirate gave us ‘Suno Sajna Papihe ne’, ‘Saathiya Nahi Jaana’, ‘Achha toh hum chalte hain’, ‘Aadmi Musafir hain’, ‘Fauji gaya jab gaon mein’ etc etc. But if I am asked to choose songs that this association gave and make my playlist it will include ‘Palat meri jaan tere kurbaan’, ‘Yeh mausam aaya hain’, ‘Badra chhaye ke jhoolein pad gaye’, and some not-so-popular ones like ‘Somwaar ko hum mile’, ‘I am in love you are in love’, some soulful numbers like ‘Mere dushman tu meri dosti ko tarse’, ‘Yeh shama toh jali roshni ke liye’ and suddenly I will find enough songs to play for almost half a day and more. I notice that in mentioning songs that I like I haven’t touched a single movie of the ’80s like ‘Aas Paas’, ‘Arpan’, ‘Aasha’, ‘Apna Bana Lo’ etc.; these movies would feature as whole albums on my list.

So coming back to “Arpan”, I find that it is one-song away from Yyiippeeeehood. That is the reason to choose a song from that film to wish Pyarelal Ramprasad Sharma on his 80th birthday. Of late he has been making appearances on some television channels as guest-of-honour to judge music contests. And that gives us, his fans, opportunities to hear anecdotes of his long musical career that began when he was around 12 years old. He was the son of trumpeter Ramprasad Sharma who was his first guru. He began learning to play the violin from the age of 8 and was further coached by the Goan musician Anthony Gonsalves and it is believed that “My name is Anthony Gonsalves” from Manmohan Desai’s ‘Amar Akbar Anthony” was the music duo’s way of acknowledging the tutor.

Pyarelal’s brothers were also musicians and his brother Gorakh Sharma was an expert at string instruments like Bass Guitar, Mandolin, Rubaab, Electric Guitar and had the opportunity to play in the song ‘Chaudvin Ka Chaand’ under Ravi’s music direction. Pyarelal’s other brothers Ganesh, Anand and others were all into music and Ganesh was a music director for movies made in the late ’60s through the ’70s.

“Arpan” may have been a movie which many followers of this blog would have given a miss thinking that it was Produced in Madras as that was the period when Jeetendra was deep into acting in films made by production houses of Madras and Hyderabad. Also the general story-line of the movie gives us that impression.

The movie was essentially a tearjerker where Reena Roy played Jeetendra’s fiance, who is forced to marry her boss Raj Babbar as punishment for having slapped him in the office and not allowing him to molest her etc. To further his intention, he kidnaps Jeetendra’s sister’s (Preeti Sapru) boyfriend (Shashi Puri) and keeps him captive till Reena agrees and marries him. This makes her a ‘bad character’ in the eyes of Jeetu’s mom (Dina Pathak) but only Jeetu’s friend (Sujit Kumar), sister and jija know the real reason for Reena’s marriage to Raj Babbar. The movie moves forward with Jeetu meeting Parveen Babi, marrying her, getting her pregnant etc. Then he happens to stumble upon Reena’s reason of marrying Raj post which there is misunderstanding with his wife, Reena becoming a widow, Parveen Babi loosing her baby so on and so forth. That is why I said that this was a tearjerker. Essentially a movie full of calamities for the heroine and it comes to an end with Reena consuming poison, making her way to Jeetu’s home and handing over her baby to Parveen Babi. Ultimate qurbaani so that her ex-lover can live happily ever-after.

Today’s song is a duet by Lata Mangeshkar and Kishore Kumar, written by Anand Bakshi (who else) and on-screen couple are Preeti Sapru and Shashi Pur.

Wishing Pyarelalji(DoB 3 September 1940) a very Happy Birthday.

Video

Audio

Song-Teri meri shaadi hogi denge log mubaarakbaad(Arpan)(1983) Singers-Lata, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics (Based on audio link)

nain mile ae
uske baad
phool khile ae
uske baad
chain gaya aa
uske baad
pyaar hua aa
uske baad
teri meri shaadi hogi
denge log mubaarakbaad
teri meri shaadi hogi
denge log mubarakbaad
nain mile ae
uske baad,
phool khile ae
uske baad
chain gaya aa
uske baad
pyaar hua
uske baad
teri meri shaadi hogi
denge log mubaarakbaad
teri meri shaadi hogi
denge log mubaarakbaad

uske baad
uske baad
aayegi woh raat

aaaaa
aayegi woh raat
sajan sajani ka ghoongat kholenge ae
do nainon ke prem taraazu mein preetam ko tolenge

dekhenge chup chaap tumhein hum
sharm se kuchh na bolenge
yeh chup rehne ka waada
bhool na jaana rakhna yaad

teri meri shaadi hogi
denge log mubarakbaad

aakhir yeh taqdeer humaari
kab tak humse roothhegi ee
aakhir yeh taqdeer humaari
kab tak humse roothhegi ee
oonchi oonchi duniya ki
deewaar giregi tootegi ee
chori chori milne se phir r
jaan humaari chhootegi
iss badnaami ke darr se ae
hum ho jaayenge aazaad
teri meri shaadi hogi
denge log mubaarakbaad

uske baad
maine poochha uske baad

kya shaadi ke baad bhi saajan
aise geet sunaayenge ae
kya shaadi ke baad bhi saajan
aise geet sunaayenge ae
ya chhup baithhe door se sajni
ke mann ko tadpaayenge ae
sajni saajan se phir hum
miyaan biwi ban jaayenge
teri god mein munna hoga
mere honthon pe fariyaad
teri meri shaadi hogi
denge log mubaarakbaad


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 :

4423 Post No. : 15838

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No.60
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Welcome all to this post for today’s(27 August 2020) blog ten-year challenge. Hopefully we will have two posts under the challenge today.

Atul ji had mentioned in previous posts of the challenge that the blog was having ‘customary’ six posts a day those days. This average was well maintained throughout the month. The blog had a whopping total of 176 posts in August 2010, which if we think now would look impossible with the current rate. Nowadays even a hundred posts in a single month looks like a distant dream. The last occasion of a hundred posts in one single month was in March’2018.

But we can always hope that the blog in some future date will regain those glory years strike rate of ‘five -six’ posts per day. Let us see how many we can achieve today.

Ten years back on this date (27 august 2010), the following songs were posted on the blog;

Song Movie title-Year Remarks
Ritu aaye ritu jaaye duniyaa rang badalti hai Sahaaraa-1958 07 songs posted
Dil se dil takraaye Love Marriage-1959 All songs covered
Matwaali naar thumak thumak chali jaaye Ek Phool Chaar Kaante-1960 All songs covered
Phir ek baar kaho Maayaa-1961 All songs covered
Dekhi anaadi teri preet Biraadari-1966 All songs covered
Kaun sunegaa kisko sunaayen Sautan Ki Beti-1989 01 song posted

Out of the six movies represented that day on 27.08.2010 four movies viz. ‘Biraadari-1966’, ‘Maayaa-1961’, ‘Ek Phool Chaar Kaante-1960’ and ‘Love Marriage-1959’ have already been ‘Yippeeee’ed’ viz all their songs have been covered on the blog.

We have two movies ‘Sautan Ki Beti-1989’ and ‘Sahaaraa-1958’ eligible for discussion today, ten years down the line.

Here I am presenting a song from ‘Sautan Ki Beti-1989’ which had made its debut on the blog ten years back and completed a full cycle of ‘ten years’ with only one of its song represented on the blog.

Song Posted On
Kaun sunegaa kisko sunaayen 27.08.2010

I had watched this movie during my stay at Kota in 1989. Though I do not remember the movie now but couple of its songs were quite popular. Today I am presenting one such song from this movie.

Music in ‘Saawan Kumar movies’ had always remain special and songs from the movies directed by him have always been likened and appreciated by many.

Take the case of this movie it had few good songs and one ‘sentimental gem’ sung by Kishore Kumar had already been posted earlier. Today’s song is also a ‘sad song’, having beautiful (or meaningful) lyrics, sung by Lata Mangeshkar and lip synced by Rekha on screen.

Before moving to the today’s song here is a brief about this movie.

“Souten Ki Beti-1989” or ‘Sautan Ki Beti’ was directed by Saawan Kumar for his home productions ‘Saawan Kumar Productions’. It had Jeetendra, Rekha, Jayaprada, Sumeet Saigal, Vijayendra Ghatge. They were supported by Raja Babu, Baby Guddu, Bal Dhuri, Anil Kumar, Nisha Prashant, B.B. Bhalla and Veera. This movie also had Ramesh Oswal, Ratan Bhatia, Bindu Kamat, Poonam Malhotra, Jamura, Narendra Wadhavan, Balvant Bansal and others.

The movie introduced Dipinti. (I don’t remember if she acted in more movies?)

Talat Hussain makes a friendly appearance in this movie.

Story of this movie was also written by Saawan Kumar and screenplay was written by Bhaarat B. Bhalla. (the double ‘aa’ in Saawan Kumar and Bhaarat is as per the titles of the movie and not added by me 🙂 ).

Dialogues of this movie were written by Kamleshwar. Editing was done by Vanktesh Naik.

This movie had seven songs sung by Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar, Anuradha Paudwal, Sadhna Sargam and Meghna Shrivastava.

All the songs were also written by Saawan Kumar himself and music for this movie was composed by Vedpaal. (‘aa’ 🙂 )

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 27.06.1989. (cannot forget the date 🙂 , Pancham Da’s birth anniversary and special day for me)

Let us now enjoy today’s song lip synced on screen by the beautiful Rekha and sung by Lata Mangeshkar. As mentioned above lyrics are Sawan Kumar and music is composed by Vedpal.


Song-Ham bhool gaye re har baat magar tera pyaar nahin bhooley (Sautan Ki Beti)(1989) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Sawan Kumar , MD-Vedpal

Lyrics

ham bhool gaye re har baat
magar teraa pyaar nahin bhooley
ham bhool gaye re har baat
magar teraa pyaar nahin bhooley
kya kya huaa dil ke saa aa aat
kya kya huaa dil ke saath
magar teraa pyaar nahin bhooley
ham bhool gaye re har baat
magar teraa pyaar nahin bhooley

duniyaa se shikaayat kya karte
jab toone hamen samjhaa hi nahin
duniyaa se shikaayat kya karte
jab toone hamen samjhaa hi nahin
ghairon ko bhalaa kya samjhaate
jab apnon ne samjhaa hi nahin
toone chhod diyaa re meraa haath
(sobbing sound)
toone chhod diyaa re meraa haath
magar teraa pyaar nahin bhooley
kya kya huaa dil ke saa aa aath
kya kya huaa dil ke saath
magar teraa pyaar nahin bhooley
ham bhool gaye re har baat
magar teraa pyaar nahin bhooley

qasmein khaa kar waade todey
ham phir bhi tujhe naa bhool sakey
qasmein khaa kar waade todey
ham phir bhi tujhe naa bhool sakey
jhoole to pade baaghon mein magar
ham bin tere naa jhool sakey
saawan mein jaley re din raat
magar teraa pyaar nahin bhooley
kya kya huaa dil ke saa aa aath
kya kya huaa dil ke saath
magar teraa pyaar nahin bhooley
ham bhool gaye re har baat
magar teraa pyaar nahin bhooley
ham bhool gaye re har baat
magar teraa pyaar nahin bhooley
(sobbing sound)

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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हम भूल गए रे हर बात
मगर तेरा प्यार नहीं भूले
हम भूल गए रे हर बात
मगर तेरा प्यार नहीं भूले
क्या क्या हुआ दिल के साथ
क्या क्या हुआ दिल के साथ
मगर तेरा प्यार नहीं भूले
हम भूल गए रे हर बात
मगर तेरा प्यार नहीं भूले

दुनिया से शिकायत क्या करते
जब तूने हमें समझा ही नहीं
दुनिया से शिकायत क्या करते
जब तूने हमें समझा ही नहीं
गैरों को भला क्या समझाते
जब अपनों ने समझा ही नहीं
तूने छोड़ दिया रे मेरा हाथ
(सिसकने की आवाज़)
मगर तेरा प्यार नहीं भूले
क्या क्या हुआ दिल के साथ
क्या क्या हुआ दिल के साथ
मगर तेरा प्यार नहीं भूले
हम भूल गए रे हर बात
मगर तेरा प्यार नहीं भूले

कसमें खा कर वादें तोड़े
हम फिर तुझे ना भूल सके
कसमें खा कर वादें तोड़े
हम फिर तुझे ना भूल सके
झूले तो पड़े बाग़ों में मगर
हम तेरे बिन ना झूल सके
सावन में जले रे दिन रात
मगर तेरा प्यार नहीं भूले
क्या क्या हुआ दिल के साथ
क्या क्या हुआ दिल के साथ
मगर तेरा प्यार नहीं भूले
हम भूल गए रे हर बात
मगर तेरा प्यार नहीं भूले
हम भूल गए रे हर बात
मगर तेरा प्यार नहीं भूले
(सिसकने की आवाज़)


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Blog Day :

4421 Post No. : 15833

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No.58
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25 August 2010 saw this musical wagon chugging along nicely, with its customary six songs in a day getting posted. The first post of the day appeared at 7:40 while the sixth and final post appeared at at 8:14 AM. Six posts within 34 minutes !

Here are the details of the six songs, that appeared in the blog on 25 August 2010:-

Blog Post number Song Movie Year Remarks
2840 Aadhi tum khaa lo aadhi ham khaa len Fifty Fifty 1956 6 songs out of 8 covered
2841 Aaja ke intezaar mein Halaaku 1956 YIPPEED (all 8 songs covered)
2842 Ye jo muhabbat hai ye unka hai kaam Kati Patang 1970 YIPPEED (all 7 songs covered)
2843 Main jatt yamla paglaa deewaanaa (Pratigyaa) Pratigyaa 1975 Movie made its debut. 2 songs out of 4 covered
2844 Ankhiyon mein chhote chhote sapne sajaay ke (Naukar) Naukar 1979 Made its debutwith this . 2 songs out of 5 covered so far
2845 Meri qismat mein tu nahin shaayad Prem Rog 1982 Movie made its debut 3 sons covered out of 6

Only two of these six movies have been YIPPEED. So, today four movies are eligible to be covered under Blog ten year challenge.

Three out of these four movies made their debuts in the blog on this day ten years ago.

“Prem Rog”(1982), which made its debut on 25 august 2010 saw two more songs from the movie getting covered later.

Here are the details of these three songs from “Prem Rog”(1982):-

Song Date posted Remarks
Meri qismat mein tu nahin shaayad 2 August 2010 Debut of the movie in the blog
Ye pyaar thhaa ya kuchh aur thhaa 2 June 2012
Muhabbat hai kyaa cheez hamko bataao 20 May 2013

As blog ten year challenge today, I had some superb songs to chose from. I have gone with this Lata Mangeshkar solo. I have vaguely listened to this song, but when I went through the lyrics of the song, I realised what superb lyrics this song has. It must be one of the best lyrics that Santosh Anand has penned in his HFM career. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

The song is lip synced on screen by Padmini Kolhapure. One can also see Nanda, Sushma Seth, Kiran Vairale, Rishi Kapoor and Bindu in the picturisation.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

audio link:

video link:

Song-Ye galiyaan ye chaubaara yahaan aana na dobaara (Prem Rog)(1982) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Santosh Anand, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics ( audio link) (Provided by Prakashchandra)

ye galiyaan ye chaubaaraa
yahaan aanaa na dobaara
ye galiyaan ye chaubaaraa
yahaan aanaa na dobaara
ab hum to bhaye ae pardesi
ke tera yahaan koi nahin..een
ke tera yahaan koi nahin
le ja rang birangi yaadein
hansne rone ki buniyaadein
ab hum to bhaye ae pardesi
ke tera yahaan koi nahin..een
ke tera yahaan
koyee..ee nahin

meri haathon mein bhari bhari choodiyaan..aaan
mujhe bhaa gayeen hari hari choodiyaan aan
dekh milti hain teri meri choodiyaaan..aaan
tere jaisi saheli meri choodiyaan
tooney peessee woh mehandi rang laayee
meri gori hatheli rachaa..aaayee
teri aankh kyun laadho bhar aayee
tere ghar bhi bajegi shehnaayi
saawan mein baadal se kehna
pardes mein hai meri behna
ab hum to bhaye pardesi
ke tera yahaan koi nahin..een
ke tera yahaan koi naheen

aa Maaye aen
mil lein galey ae
chaley hum
sasuraal chaley
tere aangan mein ae ae apnaa
bas bachpan chhod chale
kal bhi sooraj niklega
kal bhi panchhi gaayenge
sab tujhko dikhaayi denge
par hum na nazar aayenge
aanchal mein sanjo lena hamko
sapnon mein bulaa lena hamko
ab hum to bhaye ae pardesi
ke tera yahaan koi nahin..een
ke tera yahaan koi naheen

dekh tu na..aa hamein aen bhulaanaa
maanaa door hamein hai jaanaa
meri allhhad si athkheliyaan
sada palkon beech basaanaa
jab bajne lagey baajey gaajey
jag lagne lagey khaali khaali
uss dum tu itna samajhna
meri doli…ee
utthhi hai phoolon waali..eee..eee
thhodey din ke ye naate the
kabhi hanste the gaate the
ab hum to bhaye ae pardesi
ke tera yahaan koi naheen
ke tera yahaan
koi naheen
ye galiyaan ye chaubaaraa
yahaan aanaa na dobaara
ab hum to bhaye ae pardesi ..ee
ke tera yahaan koi naheen..een
ke tera yahaan ko..o oyi nahin


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

Blog Day :

4421 Post No. : 15832

Today, August 25th is 51st Remembrance Day of Shaayar-e-Inquilaab, Makhdoom Mohiuddin, an Urdu poet, a dramatist and a politician whose name may not ring bell for many of the lovers of Hindi film songs. They may, however, be aware of a couple of his popular Hindi film songs such as ek chameli ke mandve tale from’Chaa Chaa Chaa’ (1964) and aapki yaad aati rahi raat bhar from ‘Gaman’ (1979).

Makhdoom Mohiuddin (04/02/1908 – 25/08/1969) was born in Medak in the then Hyderabad state (present day Telangana). He belonged to the family of religious teachers and preachers. He lost his father, when he was 6. Subsequently, his mother remarried and went away in her separate way making Makhdoom Mohiuddin almost like an orphan. He was brought up by his paternal uncle. It is said that Makhdoom was influenced by his uncle’s leaning towards the leftist ideology.

After completion of his school in the various villages in Hyderbabd State, Makhdoom moved to Hyderabad in 1929 and completed graduation and post-graduation from Osmania University by 1936. During this period in Osmania University, he wrote dramas in which he also acted in them. He got employed as an Urdu lecturer in the City College of Hyderabad. Later on, Hyderabad was to become his residence from where he got involved in the fight against British Rule for which he was jailed. He founded the Communist Party of India (CPI) in Hyderabad State and became the union leader for Electricity, Railways and Municipal workers under AITUC (the union wing of CPI). He was instrumental in creating the Hyderabad chapter of the Progressive Writers Association. In 1946-47, he joined the Telangana Agitation against the Nizam of the then Hyderabad State. After the police action against the Nizam of Hyderabad and its merger with India in 1948, Makhdoom Mohiuddin led the Teleangana Peasants’ Movements for land reforms. He successfully went on hunger strike for making available rice at a fair price for the lower strata of the population. Before that Makhdoom had led an arm rebellion against the Government for which he went underground for nearly 5 years.

In 1952, when the first general elections were announced, Communits Party decided to give up the arm rebellion and instead decided to participate in the election. Makhdoom Mohiuddin successfully contested the first general election as a candidate of CPI from Huzurnagar for Hyderabad State assembly and became the leader of the opposition. From 1956 until his death in 1969, he was the member of legislature council of Andhra Pradesh.

In his youth, Makhdoom was influenced by Munshi Premchand’s writings as also of Urdu poets like Daagh Dehlvi, Amir Minai and later Akhtar Sheerani and Hasrat Mohani. With the success of his play ’Murhsid’, during his university days, Makdhoom became a known personality among the circle of artists and intellectuals. During this time, he came into contact with Sarojini Naidu and though her with some of the top political leaders of that time including Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru.

In the pre-independent India, Makhdoom found time to write poetry in jails and during the period he was underground. Post-independence, he had an active literary life by reciting his poetry in political rallies and mushairas. During this period, he published his second collections of poems called ‘Gul-e-Tar’ (1961), the first being ‘Surkh Savera’ (1944). His poems are mostly in the genre of revolutionary and romance.

Makhdoom Mohiuddin died of heart-attack in Delhi on August 25, 1969. He was buried in Hyderabad. At the time of his death, he did not have a house of his own. The Communist Party raised money to buy a small house for Makhdoom’s family in Hyderabad. As a tribute to Makhdoom, Faiz Ahmed Faiz wrote a ghazal, taking the refrain from Makhdoom’s ghazal ‘aap ki yaad aati rahi raat bhar’ and in the same metre with a title ‘Makhdoom Ki Yaad Mein’:

आपकी याद आती रही रात-भर
चाँदनी दिल दुखाती रही रात-भर

गाह जलती हुई, गाह बुझती हुई
शम-ए-ग़म झिलमिलाती रही रात-भर

कोई ख़ुशबू बदलती रही पैरहन
कोई तस्वीर गाती रही रात-भर

फिर सबा सायः-ए-शाख़े-गुल के तले
कोई क़िस्सा सुनाती रही रात-भर

जो न आया उसे कोई ज़ंजीरे-दर
हर सदा पर बुलाती रही रात-भर

एक उमीद से दिल बहलता रहा
इक तमन्ना सताती रही रात-भर

After going through the chronicles of Makhdoom’s life, especially during the pre-independent India, it is admirable that he could find time to write both romantic as well as revolutionary poems in the midst of a very active political life. Makhdoom Mohiuddin’s personality has been best summed up by Khwaja Ahmed Abbas as under:

He was a glowing flame as also cool drops of dew. He was the call of revolution as also the soft tinkling of anklet. He was knowledge, he was action, he was wisdom. He was the gun of the revolutionary guerrilla and also the sitar of musician. He was the odour of gun powder and the fragrance of jasmine.

Makhdoom Mohiuddin did not specifically write lyrics for any Hindi films. However, his published poems were used in the films in ‘Usne Kaha Thha’ (1960), ‘Chaa Chaa Chaa’ (1964), ‘Insaaf Kahaan Hai’ (UR, 1978), ‘Gaman’ (1979), ‘Baazar’ (1982) and ‘Mandi’ (1983).

On the occasion of 51st Remembrance Day of Makhdoom Mohiuddin, I am presenting his ghazal ‘ishq ke shole ko bhadkaao ke kuchh raat kate’ which was used in the film ‘Mandi’ (1983). The ghazal is rendered by Asha Bhosle which is set to music by Vanraj Bhatia. In the film, the song is picturised on Smita Patil who sings for about one minute of duration in tune but without the accompanying music. The audio version contains the full ghazal with orchestration. unfortunately, video clip is not separately available online.

Acknowledgement: The biography of Makhdoom Mohiuddin in the article is based on T V Serial ‘Kahkashan – Makhdoom Mohiuddin (1991) and a Ph.D thesis, ‘Makhdoom Mohiuddin – Life, Works and Times’ by Afrose Fatima Ahmed (May 2011).

Audio Clip:

Song-Ishq ke shole ko bhadkaao ke kuchh raat kate(Mandi)(1983) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Makhdoom Mohiuddin, MD-Vanraj Bhatia

Lyrics

aa aa aa aaaaaa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aaa

ishq ke shole ko bhadkaao ke kuchh raat kate ae ae
raat kate ae
dil ke angaare ko dahkaao ke kuchh raat kate ae
raat kate ae
ishq ke shole ko bhadkaaao

koī jalta hī nahin
koi pighalta hi nahin
mom ban jaao
pighal jaao
pighal jaao
ki kuchh raat kate ae
raat kate ae
raat kate
ishq ke shole ko bhadkaaao…o

hijr mein milne shab-e-maah ke ġham aaye hain
chaarasaazon ko bhi bulwaao
bulwaao
ke kuchh raat kate
raat kate
ishq ke shole ko bhadkaao…o

chashm-o-ruḳhsaar ke aazkaar ko jaari rakkho
pyaar ke naghmen ko dohraao
dohraao
ke kuchh raat kate
ishq ke shole ko bhadkaao ke kuchh raat kate ae
raat kate ae
dil ke angaare ko dahkaao ke kuchh raat kate ae
raat kate ae
ishq ke shole ko bhadkaao…o

aaj ho jaane do har ek ko badmast-o-kharaab
aaj ho jaane do har ek ko badmast-o-kharaab
aaj har ek ko pilwaaao
pilwaao
pilwaao
ke kuchh raat kate
koh-e-ġham aur giraan aur giraan aur giraan
ġhamzadon teshe ko chamkaao ki kuchh raat kate
kuchh raat kate
kuchh raat kate ae
ishq ke shole ko bhadkaaao…o
ishq ke shole ko bhadkaaaao………o


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 :

4415 Post No. : 15820

Today 19th August 2020 is the first ‘Remembrance Anniversary’ (18th February 1927- 19th August 2019) of Music Director Mohammed Zahur “Khayyam” Hashmi Saab, whom we fondly know as Khayyam Saab.

On this occasion here is a song from the 1981 movie ‘Dil-E-Naadaan’ where the music for the movie was composed by Khayyam Saab. He had given beautiful melodies like ‘Chaandni raat mein ek baar tujhe dekha hai’, ‘Tera ishq hai meri zindagi’ etc. in this movie.

In the year 1981, Khayyam Saab had given us the unforgettable music in several movies viz. ‘Umrao Jaan’, ‘Dard’, ‘Aahistaa Aahistaa’ and ‘Naakhuda’.
Here is the list of these movies and the lyricists he collaborated with in these movies;

SNo Movie Title Year Lyricists Total no of songs Songs covered on the blog
01 Aahistaa Aahistaa 1981 Nida Fazli (6), Naqsh Lyallpuri (2) 8 3
02 Dard 1981 Naqsh Lyallpuri 7 5
03 Dil E Naadaan 1981 Naqsh Lyallpuri 5 3
04 Naakhuda 1981 Nida Fazli 5 2
05 Umrao Jaan 1981 Shaharayaar 9 7

“Dil E Naadaan-1981” was directed by C.V. Sridhar for ‘Sri Sanjay Chitra, Madras’. S.M. Sundaram was the executive producer of this movie. It had Rajesh Khanna, Shatrughan Sinha, Smita Patil, Jayaprada, Agha, Shivraj, Keshto Mukherjee, Jagdish Raj, Raj Mehra, Bina Pathak, Ashalata, Kavita Kiron, Vanita, Ashok, Umesh Sharma, Lalita Kumari etc. Om Prakash had done a guest appearance in this movie.

Story and screenplay of this movie was written by C.V. Sridhar who was also the director of this movie.

Dialogues of this movie were written by Charandas Shokh. Editing was done by Subba Rao.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 11.12.1981.

This movie had five songs including two songs which had two-parts. Lyrics for all the songs were written by Naqsh Lyallpuri. Music was composed by Khayyam.

Lata Mangeshkar, Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar and Suresh Wadkar had given their voices to the songs in this movie.

So far, the following three songs from this movie have been covered on the blog;

SNo. Song Title Posted on
01 Chaandni raat mein ek baar tujhe dekha hai 28.09.2012
02 Tera ishq hai meri zindagi 17.10.2013
03 Agar leta hoon tera naam 11.07.2018

Today’s lovely song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. It is lip synced onscreen by Jayaprada. Rajesh Khanna is also visible.

As mentioned above lyrics are by Naqsh Lyallpuri and music is composed by Khayyam Saab.

Let us now enjoy today’s song and pay our tributes the musical maestro Khayyam Saab ….

Full audio

Song-Dil tera hai jaan bhi hai teri piya (Dil e Naadaan)(1981) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Naqsh Llayalpuri, MD-Khayyam

Lyrics(based on audio version)

Dil tera hai
Jaan bhi hai teri piya

Dil tera hai
Ho Dil tera hai
Jaan bhi hai teri piya aa
Dil tera hai
Ho Dil tera hai
Jaan bhi hai teri piya
Meri dhadkan mein ae
Meri saanson mein ae
Tu hi tu hai basaa
Dil tera hai
Ho Dil tera hai
Jaan bhi hai teri piya aa

Meri palkhon mein chhaaya
Tere sapnon ka saaya
Meri palkhon mein chhaaya aa aa
Tere sapnon ka saaya
Mujhe dekar aawaazein
Kabhi toone chaunkaaya
Kabhi ubhrey
Ho Kabhi ubhrey
Kitaabon mein chehra tera
Meri dhadkan mein
Meri saanson mein
Tu hi tu hai basaa aa
Dil tera hai
Ho Dil tera hai
Jaan bhi hai teri piya aa

Teri aankhon mein aisi
Sharaarat pehle na thhi
Teri aankhon mein aisi ee
Sharaarat pehle naa thhi
Kabhi tere chehre ki
Ye rangat pehle na thhi
Toone baahon ke
Haan
Toone baahon ke ghere mein
Le hi liya
Meri dhadkan mein ae
Meri saanson mein ae
Tu hi tu hai basaa aa
Dil tera hai
Ho Dil tera hai
Jaan bhi hai teri piya aa

Sajan ye maine maana
Tu hai mera deewaana aa
Sajan ye maine maana aa
Tu hai mera deewaana
Banoon main teri dulhan
To aisa pyaar jataana
Main na rokoongi
Ho Main na rokoongi tujhko
Ye waada rahaa
Meri dhadkan mein ae
Meri saanson mein ae
Tu hi tu hai basaa
Dil tera hai
Haan Dil tera hai
Jaan bhi hain teri piya
Meri dhadkan mein ae
Meri saanson mein ae
Tu hi tu hai basaa
Dil tera hai
Haan Dil tera hai
Jaan bhi hai teri piya aa aa

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

दिल तेरा है
जाँ भी है तेरी पिया
दिल तेरा है
हो
दिल तेरा है
जाँ भी है तेरी पिया आ
दिल तेरा है
हो
दिल तेरा है
जाँ भी है तेरी पिया
मेरी धड़कन में ए
मेरी साँसों में ए
तू ही तू है बसा
दिल तेरा है
हो
दिल तेरा है
जाँ भी है तेरी पिया आ
मेरी पलकों में छाया
तेरे सपनों का साया
मेरी पलकों में छाया आ आ
तेरे सपनों का साया
मुझे देकर आवाजें
कभी तूने चौंकाया
कभी उभरे
हो
कभी उभरे
किताबों में चेहरा तेरा
मेरी धड़कन में
मेरी साँसों में
तू ही तू है बसा आ
दिल तेरा है
हो
दिल तेरा है
जाँ भी है तेरी पिया आ

तेरी आँखों में ऐसी
शरारत पहले ना थी
तेरी आँखों में ऐसी ई
शरारत पहले ना थी
कभी तेरे चेहरे की
ये रंगत पहले ना थी
तूने बाहों के
हाँ
तूने बाहों के घेरे में
ले ही लिया
मेरी धड़कन में ए
मेरी साँसों में ए
तू ही तू है बसा आ
दिल तेरा है
हो
दिल तेरा है
जाँ भी है तेरी पिया आ

सजन ये मैं माना
तू है मेरा दीवाना आ
सजन ये मैं माना आ
तू है मेरा दीवाना
बनू मैं तेरी दुल्हन
तो ऐसा प्यार जताना
मैं न रोकूंगी
हो
मैं न रोकूंगी तुझको
ये वादा रहा
मेरी धड़कन में ए
मेरी साँसों में ए
तू ही तू है बसा
दिल तेरा है
हो
दिल तेरा है
जाँ भी है तेरी पिया
मेरी धड़कन में ए
मेरी साँसों में ए
तू ही तू है बसा
दिल तेरा है
हो
दिल तेरा है
जाँ भी है तेरी पिया आ आ

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This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, a fellow enthusaist 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 :

4410 Post No. : 15804 Movie Count :

4354

Hullo Atuldom

Today’s post is because of this song. This song reminded me how amused I used to be whenever I saw it.

Atulji has mentioned the starcast of “Tohfa”, the movie of which the above song is. He has mentioned that he felt the props comprising of saris was imaginative. If he had seen the movie he would have understood the reason for the ‘Sari’ prop. I am sure there will be some followers of the blog who have not seen the movie and definitely some followers would have seen. They will remember that in the scene preceding the song Jeetendra has gifted Jaya Prada a decent looking sari as he is appreciative of her way of taking care of his mother in his absence. She is in awe of him and when his mother asks her if she would like to be her daughter-in-law she fantasizes the song. Like I mentioned to my mother “ek saree mila toh itne saree khwaab mein aa gaye”; how typical!!!! (I had wanted to write all this in the comments that day, but reserved it for this post)

In all this Jeetendra has not been consulted by his mother (Urmila Bhatt). If she had, he would have told her that he was in love with another girl from the village. Now who is this other girl? She is Lalitha (Sridevi) who is also Janaki’s (Jaya Prada’s) sister. Janaki has been doing odd jobs around the village and helping out in households so that she can look after herself and her sister. Her only aim being that her sister should graduate and have a good life. Without knowing that Lalitha and Ram babu (Jeetendra) are already in love Janaki entrusts Rambabu with the responsibility of helping Lalitha with her studies. This gives them enough time to flirt and romance. One such meeting of Rambabu and Lalitha happens near a pond and he accidentally (may be on purpose too, don’t remember) kicks her Kalash (brass pot) into the water. The song that follows has numerous Kalash as prop. I am sure this idea was borrowed from the super-hit song of “Himmatwala” (1983).

Both these movies had many things in common.
(1) Music director was Bappi Lahiri. (2) Lyricist was Indeevar. (3) Hero was Jeetendra. (4) Both were made in South essentially as remakes of Telugu movies. (5) Both were directed by K. Raghavendra Rao: ‘Tohfa’ being a remake of his Telugu hit ‘Devatha’ released in 1982 & ‘Himmatwala’ remake of ‘Ooruki Monagadu’ a 1981 release. (6) Kadar Khan was the dialogue writer of both. (7) Asha Bhonsle, Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar and S P Balasubramaniam were the playback singers.

The only thing that I would love to find out is who was the choreographer for the two movies. These movies had some unique dance steps almost equivalent of Aerobics. That may be an explanation of why Jeetendra looked so fit in those movies. 😉

A post about either ‘Himmatwala’ or ‘Tohfa’ or any of the few 10-15 movies of that period that were made with Jeetu by these South Indian makers will be incomplete without mentioning one more common factor- the trio of Kadar Khan- Shakti Kapoor- Asrani in the supporting cast. Jeetu used to say that he used to like working in the southern industry setup as they were very organized and punctual in their working. That may also be an explanation to why so many of Jeetu’s contemporary actors also tried their luck down south with positive results.

This discussion about the South Indian film industry is getting a bit too long and I am missing the purpose of this post.

As I was writing I made a discovery:- “Himmatwala” is yet to make a debut on the blog. I couldn’t believe it and made a call to Atulji to confirm. Now I am in a fix, which song to have with this post. The song from “Tohfa” which I have described or its inspiration from “Himmawala”. And both songs feature the birthday girl under discussion. She was beautiful in both.

So here is wishing the beautiful Sridevi (13 august 1963- 24 feb 2018) was with us and turned 56 on 13 August 2020. Let us think of her with this colourful song that made her the darling of the audience. The purists may have run down the songs of this period but we must admire the effort and imagination in erecting a set with pots and cart wheels. Also I admire Sridevi that she has danced barefoot in what must have been scorching hot sand.


Song-Nainon mein sapna sapnon mein sajna (Himmatwaala)(1983) Singers-Lata, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Bappi Lahiri
Chorus

Lyrics

taa thaiyaa taa thaiyaa ho o,
taa thaiyaa taa thaiyaa ho o
tum ta na na na
tum ta na na na
tum ta na na na
tum ta na na na
tum tana
tum tana
tum tana
tum tana
tum tana
tum tana
tum tana
tum tana

hooooo hoo hoo
hooooo ho ho hooo
nainon mein sapna
sapnon mein sajana
sajna pe dil aa gaya
kyun sajna pe dil aa gaya
nainon mein sapna
sapnon mein sajana
sajna pe dil aa gaya
kyun sajana pe dil aa gaya
kai albele dekhe
jawaani ke rele dekhe
haseenon ke mele dekhe
dil pe ae
hooo hooo
tu hi chha gaya aa
ho o
tu hi chha gaya
arre nainon mein sapna
sapnon mein sajani
sajani pe dil aa gaya
ke sajani pe dil aa gaya

taa thaiyaa taa thaiyaa ho o,
taa thaiyaa taa thaiyaa ho o

tu nahin aa main nahi
aa ab dil ek hai
do tan ek praan
do dil ek jaan
manzil ek hai
arre ang se aa ang mile
aa armaan khil gaye
purab paschim se
paschim purab se kaise mil gaye
pyaar ke zamaane mile
husn ke khazaane mile
jeene ke bahaane mile man mein ae
hooo hooo,
jo tu aa gaya
ho
jo tu aa gaya

nainon mein sapna
sapnon mein sajna
sajna pe dil aa gaya
kyun sajna pe dil aa gaya
arre nainon mein sapna
sapnon mein sajni
sajni pe dil aa gaya
ke sajni pe dil aa gaya

taa thaiyaa taa thaiyaa ho o,
taa thaiyaa taa thaiyaa ho o
tum ta na na na
tum ta na na na
tum ta na na na
tum ta na na na
tum tana
tum tana
tum tana
tum tana
tum tana

saanche mein aa
tere hi aa
main toh dhal gayi
tune toda hai
aisa moda hai
ho gayi main nayi
arre saanson mein
aa honthon pe
aa tera hi naam hai
lena dena hai kya mujhe duniya se
tujhse kaam hai
rangeen nazaare mile
toofaan mein kinaare mile
dil ke sahaare mile dil mein
hoo hoo
jo tu aa gaya
ho o
jo tu aa gaya

nainon mein sapna
sapnon mein sajna
sajna pe dil aa gaya
kyun sajna pe dil aa gaya
arre nainon mein sapna
sapnon mein sajni
sajni pe dil aa gaya
ke sajni pe dil aa gaya

kyun sajna pe dil aa gaya
ke sajni pe dil aa gaya
kyun sajna pe dil aa gaya
ho ho ho ho ho ho
ho ho ho ho ho ho
ho ho ho ho ho ho


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