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

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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)
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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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4400 Post No. : 15780 Movie Count :

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Hullo Atuldom

4th August. A day that is important for Kishore Kumar fans. He would have 91.

Almost as a ritual all channels will show some movie were we see the best side of KK. His wonderful singing, his comic timing. His weird dancing. We will be treated to either Padosan or Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi or any other popular movie. But we in this blog are unique, in the sense we dig out a new song for every occasion/ post. We also strive to find a different facet of the artist.

I had done a similar thing. I had written a full post and was taking down the lyrics of the song I had zeroed in on. For some reason I visited the blog’s “List of songs-moviewise” tab and searched for my selected song. And what do I find!!?? The song which I thought was not yet on the blog was already posted, only under a different movie. Which song was this? It was this song. I always thought it belonged to another famous movie. I wrote out everything about that song and then discovered the above link.

But there is nothing to worry. We still have a large library of songs to choose from. So here is a new song. New by the standards of this blog. I don’t know which was the last song of Kishore Kumar under Shankar-Jaikishen baton that was posted on this blog. Let us have one today.

“Chorni” (1981) was directed by Jyoti Swaroop and starred Neetu Singh with Jeetendra. The movie was about how a young maid (Neetu Singh) is exploited and harassed by the spoilt son of the family that has employed her. How, when she tries to save herself, she is framed and accused of being a thief. She is sent to a juvenile home and on coming out she is a changed person. But the judge (Dr. Shreeram Lagoo) who had sent her to the juvenile home takes her home to try and change her back into the loving soul that she was. The general physician (Jeetendra) of the judge’s family takes it on himself to groom her too and in the process falls in love. Today’s song is the doctor voicing his love to the girl.

This was one of the last movies with Shankar Jaikishan’s music I suppose. The song has all the elements of a S-J song, and could have been a tune that they would have used for a Shammi Kapoor song. Specially the closing of the song. It was written by Shailendra. This song is having Kishore Kumar giving playback to Jeetendra who is wooing a sweet and simple Neetu Singh. “Chorni” makes its debut on the blog on the occasion of Kishore Kumar’s 91st birthday.

My accomplishment in this post is I have managed to find a song where Kishore Kumar is not giving playback to Rajesh Khanna, Amitabh Bachchan or Dev Anand and it is not by the standard team of Anand Bakshi- R.D.Burman or Laxmikant Pyarelal. Another achivement is I haven’t mentioned any known facts about KK- his birthplace, birth-name or lineage.

Remembering the singer behind many successful actors.

Ed notes: According to HFGK part 6, the lyricists of “Chprni”(181) were Shailly Shailendra, Hasrat Jaipuri, Veerendra and Singaar. Singaar is the lyricist of this song.

Video

Audio

Song-Dekha hai tumhen kahin na kahin (Chorni)(1981) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Singaar, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics

haay
dekha hai tumhein
kahin na kahin
lekin kahaan
yaad aata nahin
dekha hai tumhein
kahin na kahin
lekin kahaan
yaad aata nahin
karta raha jiska main intezaar
kaho ke kahin tum wahi toh nahin
dekha hai tumhein
kahin na kahin
lekin kahaan
yaad aata nahin
karta raha jiska main intezaar
kaho ke kahin tum wahi toh nahin
arre dekha hai tumhein
kahin na kahin

kabhi tum humaare
kabhi tum humaare
khayaalon mein sharma rahi thhi
kabhi aasmaan ke sitaaron mein lehra rahi thhi
yeh jalwa
yeh nakhra
yeh jalwa yeh nakhra
inhen khoob main jaanta hoon
inhen zindagi maanta hoon
dekha hai tumhein kahin na kahin
lekin kahaan
yaad aata nahin
karta raha jiska main intezaar
kaho ke kahin tum wahi toh nahin
arre dekha hai tumhein
kahin na kahin

mile thhe
yahin par
mile thhe yahin par
laga ke gale se gale hum
khile phool banke inhin baadalon ke tale hum
humaara
tumhaara
humaara tumhaara
yeh sadiyon puraana hai bandhan
kahe jhoom ke dil ki dhadkan
dekha hai tumhein
kahin na kahin
lekin kahaan
yaad aata nahin
karta raha jiska main intezaar
kaho ke kahin tum wahi toh nahin
dekha hai tumhein
kahin na kahin
lekin kahaan yaad aata nahin
karta raha jiska main intezaar
kaho ke kahin tum wahi toh nahin
dekha hai tumhein kahin na kahin


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4400 Post No. : 15779

Less than a week ago, we were commemorating the death anniversary of Rafisaab on this blog. And here we are today to discuss another singing legend, this time on his birth anniversary. Of course, it’s none other than Kishore Kumar, another much-loved personality in the Hindi film industry.

As I said in my recent post on Rafisaab, I am a huge Rafisaab fan. But that doesn’t mean I’m not fond of Kishore Kumar.

I know some people have this “Rafi or Kishore” binary, but, thankfully for me, I don’t. I absolutely love both of them, and refuse to play one against the other. Why would one do that?

We’re extremely lucky to have had both singers in the industry. Why would we pick one, and exclude the other? Are our hearts so small? Is our love for music so narrow?

I, for one, thoroughly enjoy listening to both of them – and do listen a lot to both.

But today is Kishore da’s day, so the rest of this post is about him.

To call Kishore da a singing legend is absolutely true. But to call him only a singing legend doesn’t do justice to him at all.

Kishore da was an all-rounder par excellence – actor, director, producer, composer, writer, in addition to being a singing legend. So in a way, if I might very loosely use a cricketing analogy, he was Sir Garry Sobers to Rafisaab’s Bradman. 🙂 Bradman is considered the greatest batsman ever, whereas Sobers is considered the greatest all-rounder ever.

As with Rafisaab, I’ve written several posts here on Kishore da too. For me, he was an essential part of my pre-teen, and teen years, when he absolutely reigned. And from then, right till his death in 1987, he was the numero uno male singer in terms of popularity.

Much of my early musical experiences invariably had Kishore Kumar in them. It’s not like one had much of a choice in the 1970s – if you were listening to current songs, or watching current movies, you almost HAD to listen to Kishore songs. 🙂

I grew up in that atmosphere, and knew most Kishore songs of that era by heart. All three stanzas, if there were three.

Many of the hit movies at that time were Rajesh Khanna’s, but Kishore Kumar songs were big hits even in non-Rajesh films. Songs like “teri duniya se”, “dekha na haaye re”, “musafir hoon yaaron”, “ye jeevan hai”, “meri bheegi bheegi si”, “geet gaata hoon main” and many more. As I said, he just ruled at that time, so the actor in the film didn’t even matter.

Almost every one of my classmates in school was a Kishore fan, with the exception of one, who was a KL Saigal fan. In fact I first heard of KL Saigal only from him.

I too joined the bandwagon – and in the lunch break, we’d have a quick lunch and sing songs. Mostly Kishore, of course.

In those days, I had this habit of having ONE favourite song which I’d sing non-stop for a few days. It could be for 3-4 days, or a week or even 2 weeks. But I’d sing it non-stop, probably to the annoyance of others around me. 🙂

Again they were mostly Kishore songs.

I distinctly remember “jaane jaa, dhoondhta phir raha”, “chala jaata hoon”, “o mere dil ke chain”, “aadmi jo kehta hai” and “tere bina zindagi se koi”, though there were many more.

So now, when I have SO many fond musical memories of Kishore Kumar of those days, how can I POSSIBLY turn my back on him, just because I also became a Rafisaab fan later? Sorry, can’t do that.

At that time, I didn’t know too many Kishore songs from the 1950s. But as and when I got to listen to them, I’d just fall in love with them. How can you not fall in love with “piya piya piya”, or “o nigaahen mastaana”, or his songs of Funtoosh (1955) or Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi (1958)?

I feel, in the 1980s, he lost a little bit of that softness in his voice that he had in earlier decades. But some of that could also be to do with the type of songs he was called upon to sing. After all, even in that decade, he did sing songs like “lehron ki tarah yaadein”, “manzilein apni jagah” and “o yaara”.

And, if he hadn’t passed away in 1987, he could have easily continued to sing for many more years.
Even “o yaara” was from the 1987 film, Kaash.

But this is only one aspect of Kishore da.

He is also well-known as an actor, mostly in comedy lead roles of the 1950s and 1960s. I’ve seen many of those films – and I really like them.

The thing is, Kishore had no hang-ups, and could do the most crazy scenes on screen. Dances, songs, impersonations, anything.

I don’t know anyone else who was so versatile – the closest is possibly IS Johar or Mehmood.

But look at “kuen mein kood ke mar jaana” from Parivar (1956). That’s sheer Kishore genius.

And of course, “aake seedhi lagi” from Half-Ticket (1962) where he sings both in a male voice (for Pran) and female voice (for himself, disguised as a woman).

There are many more Kishore songs picturised on himself, that are pure fun – “main Bangali chhokra”, “CAT Cat”, “paanch rupaiya barah aana”, “meri pyaari bindu”, “is duniya mein pyaare, do kaam karna” , “guni jano bhakt jano” immediately come to mind.

Having said that, to assume that Kishore never took anything seriously wouldn’t be entirely true. Yes, most of his roles were comedy roles. And in real life too, his co-artistes often said he would enliven proceedings with his jokes and pranks. And yet, he could make meaningful cinema too.

Two films I like a lot are both produced and directed by Kishore Kumar. Door Gagan Ki Chhaon Mein (1964) and Door Ka Raahi (1971). Not only are the songs (composed by Kishore himself) excellent, but the storyline makes you think too. Especially Door Ka Raahi, which is unconventional in how it explores various facets of life, through the eyes of a traveler.

What more can I say about Kishore Kumar?

If the film industry is primarily about entertainment, Kishore Kumar was the ultimate entertainer. Even his live concerts were highly entertaining because he could connect very easily with his audience. No wonder he was loved so much.

There’s a lot more one can say about Kishore Kumar, but I will move on to the song for today.

This is from the film Harjaee (1981). In 2017, I posted a song on Kishore’s death anniversary from this film. Today I’m posting a song from this film on his birth anniversary.

I’m quite fond of both these songs, because they are vintage Kishore-Pancham (RD Burman) for me.

Kishore and Pancham had a long and extremely fruitful association. They were very close friends too, since Kishore, being very close to SD Burman, knew Pancham right from his childhood.

This is what I wrote about the film Harjaee (1981) on that post.

I remember seeing this film at that time – haven’t seen it since. Contrary to the typical multi-starrer, masala films of the time, this film, starring Randhir Kapoor and Tina Munim, was a proper tear-jerker. From what I remember, Randhir Kapoor is a carefree, prankster type of guy who pretends to have cancer, just to get Tina Munim to fall for him. His parents too believes his story and get Tina to be sympathetic towards him. Then tragedy strikes. Randhir Kapoor gets really diagnosed with cancer. The rest of the story is how he copes with it, how Tina copes with it, how their respective families cope with it.
The film has some good songs – like many Randhir Kapoor films do. Whether his films did well or not, there used to invariably be at least one hit song (often more) in each of his films. I remember during my schooldays, I personally didn’t mind Randhir Kapoor films at all – though I was clearly much in the minority at the time.

While watching this song “ye rut hai haseen” it struck me that this is yet ANOTHER song where the hero sings a song at a party, and makes the heroine cry or feel very uncomfortable. Off the top of my head, I remember songs in similar situations in Do Badan, Teesri Manzil, Ek Mahal Ho Sapnon Ka and Brahmachari . Maybe Atul should have a separate category for this. 🙂

Wish Kishore da a very happy birthday though he is not here with us anymore. He is probably up there singing to Pancham’s tunes, songs of Anand Bakshi’s lyrics, picturised on Rajesh Khanna. 🙂

And, for old times’ sake, singing to SD Burman’s tunes, songs of Majrooh, picturised on Dev Anand. 🙂

Kishore da, you will always remain in our hearts.

Thanks for all the entertainment, and for enriching our lives.


Song-Ye rut hai haseen dard bhi hai jawaan (Harjaayee)(1981) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Vitthalbhai Patel, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

ye rut hai haseen
dard bhi hai jawaan
harjaee nahin hum
na tum bewafaa

milna tha hum mil hi gaye
phool pyaar ke khil hi gaye
milna tha hum mil hi gaye
phool pyaar ke khil hi gaye
ho
dil se yehi doon main dua
milke na ho koi judaa
ye rut hai haseen
dard bhi hai jawaan
harjaee nahin hum
na tum bewafaa

sapne the sapne hi rahe
apne jab apne na rahe
sapne the sapne hi rahe
apne jab apne na rahe
ho
roothe ho tum kaun suney
koi pyaar ka shikhwa gilaa
ye rut hai haseen
dard bhi hai jawaan
harjaee nahin hum
na tum bewafaa

tan mann preet ke deep jaley
aaye seher na raat dhaley
tan mann preet ke deep jaley
aaye seher na raat dhaley
ho
socho zaraa
hogi bhalaa
phool se khusboo kaise judaa
ye rut hai haseen
dard bhi hai jawaan
harjaee nahin hum
na tum bewafaa
ye rut hai haseen
dard bhi hai jawaan


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Blog Day :

4396 Post No. : 15769

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No. 46
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In the ‘Blog Ten-Year Challenge’ for today (31st July 2020) we have one eligible movie – ‘Aahistaa Aahistaa-1981’.

Another movie ‘Swaami-1977’ though officially YIPPEED with all the four known songs of the movie covered may spring some ‘surprise’in future hence it is marked as ‘all songs covered*’ (with a ‘star’ 🙂 ).

As noted in the earlier posts the blog was in its ‘full swing’ ten years back during these days when it saw an average of over six posts per day appearing on the blog.

In today’s case also, on this day ten years back we had six songs posted on the blog as per details given below;

Song Movie title-Year Remarks
Kabhi kisi ko muqqammal jahaan nahin miltaa Aahistaa Aaahista -1981 02 songs posted
Pal bhar mein ye kyaa ho gayaa Swami-1977 All songs covered*
Main shaayar badnaam Namak Haram-1973 All songs covered
Na tum bewafaa ho na ham bewafaa hain Ek Kali Muskaayi-1968 All songs covered
Nainon waali ne haay meraa dil lootaa Mera Saayaa-1966 All songs covered
Aay haay dilrubaa Dr Vidya-1962 All songs covered

Today we are going to enjoy a song from the movie ‘Aahistaa Aahistaa-1981’ where the music was composed by the genius music director who had given us many timeless classics – Khayyam Saab.

This movie too had many such immortal gems and two of them have already been posted on the blog earlier.

Song Posted On
Kabhi kisi ko muqqammal jahaan nahin miltaa 31.07.2010
Maana teri nazar mein 09.07.2012

‘Aahistaa Aahistaa-1981’ was directed by Eesmayeel Shroff for ‘New World Enterprises, Bombay’.
It was produced by Sibte Hasan Rizvi.

It had Shammi Kapoor, Nanda, Padmini Kolhapure, Deven Verma, Shashikala, Ashalata, Aruna Irani, Savita Bajaj, Sudhir Pande, Manisha, Rakesh Bedi, Leela Mishra, Master Sandeep, Baby Waheeda, Baby Gazala, Sunder Taneja, Kalu Singh, Krishnakant Pandya (junior), Deepak, Iliyas Contractor, Pramod Pathak, D.A. Ambaule, Harish, Suresh, Ramesh and others.
The movie introduced Kunal Kapoor and Soni Razdan. Kadar Khan, Rahman and Girish Karnad had a special appearance in this movie.

This movie had eight songs (including a multiple version song) written by Nida Fazli-six songs and Naqsh Lyallpuri – two songs. Music for this movie was composed by Khayyam.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 05.10.1981.

Today’s song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and written by Nida Fazli.

I have not watched this movie so cannot say much about his movie, but yes, all the songs from this movie are my favourite songs.

Lyrics for the today’s song were sent Prakashchandra.

Let us now enjoy today’s beautiful song …


Song-Jab koi khwaab chamakta hai (Aahistaa Aahistaa)(1981) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, lyrics-Nida Fazli, MD-Khayyam

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

jab koi khwaab chamaktaa hai
haqeeqat ban ke
jab koi khwaab chamaktaa hai
haqeeqat ban ke
koi qismat se chalaa aataa hai
qismat ban ke ae ae
jab koi khwaab chamaktaa hai
haqeeqat ban ke

jab kisi maang mein sindoor
bharaa jaataa hai
jab kisi maang mein sindoor
bharaa jaataa hai
aasmaan apni bulandi se utar aataa hai
ek ho jaate hain do naam
muhabbat ban ke
ek ho jaate hain do naam
muhabbat ban ke
koi qismat se chalaa aataa hai
qismat ban ke ae ae
jab koi khwaab chamaktaa hai
haqeeqat ban ke

aaj ki raat hai
ghoonghat mein lajaane ae waali
aaj ki raat hai ghoonghat mein
lajaane waali
choodiyon waali tamannaayein
jagaane waali
ye haseen raat mili hai tujhe
chaahat ban ke
ye haseen raat mili hai ae ae tujhe
chaahat ban ke
koi qismat se chalaa aataa hai
qismat ban ke ae ae
jab koi khwaab chamaktaa hai
haqeeqat ban ke

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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जब कोई ख्वाब चमकता है
हकीकत बन के
जब कोई ख्वाब चमकता है
हकीकत बन के
कोई किस्मत से चला आता है
किस्मत बन के ए ए
जब कोई ख्वाब चमकता है
हकीकत बन के

जब किसी माँग में सिन्दूर
भरा जाता है
जब किसी माँग में सिन्दूर
भरा जाता है
आसमान अपनी बुलंदी से उतर आता है
एक हो जाते हैं दो नाम
मुहब्बत बन के
एक हो जाते हैं दो नाम
मुहब्बत बन के
कोई किस्मत से चला आता है
किस्मत बन के ए ए
जब कोई ख्वाब चमकता है
हकीकत बन के

आज की रात है
घूंघट में लजाने ए वाली
आज की रात है
घूंघट में लजाने वाली
चूड़ियों वाली तमन्नाएं
जगाने वाली
ये हसीं रात मिली है तुझे
चाहत बन के
ये हसीं रात मिली है तुझे
चाहत बन के
कोई किस्मत से चला आता है
किस्मत बन के ए ए
जब कोई ख्वाब चमकता है
हकीकत बन के


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Blog Day :

4396 Post No. : 15766

Hullo Atuldom

31st July, was that date in the monsoon of 1980, when the favourite singer of an entire generation left this world without any warning. There are anecdotes about the happenings of that date which keep surfacing now and then. We have heard that he was recording for Laxmikant -Pyarelal that day, a duet with Lata Mangeshkar, and was asked to stay back to record a songlet (if there is such a word) which was to play at the end of the movie and the words of that:

Tere aane ki aas hai dost
shaam phir kyun udhaas hai dost
mehki mehki phiza yeh kehti hain
tu kahin aas paas hai dost
tu kahin aas paas hain dost

seem like written for remembering this legend called Mohammad Rafi.

There is not a single day when a song played over the air-waves or on TV don’t remind us of his wonderful voice. There is not a single day when we don’t hum or sing a song that was a classic because he had sung it. There may be many who try to sing like him but God made only one Mohammad Rafi. Has anyone tried singing “kya hua tera waada, woh kasam woh iraada” in one breath, it is not easy. But when we hear Rafisaab render it, it feels like cakewalk. I will not even throw a challenge to sing “naache mann mora magan dhikna dhik dhik”. But I will definitely ask a Rafi clone to sing “yahoo, chahe koi mujhe junglee kahe” and follow it up with “champi tel maalish”. Both are fun songs abut they need a full-throated voice and range from lower to higher notes. I am not even going to list his soulful songs here; that would be really long and every single one as much on my personal playlist as the ones that I have mentioned here.

I would love to know how he modulated his voice to suit the on-screen actor. He was good for a Mehmood and Rajendra Kumar and sounded different in the same film. He sang for Guru Dutt and Johnny Walker and we could visualize the difference in the characters. No more examples as I have always said, I am not qualified or knowledgeable enough to comment or write about legends.

But I will definitely quote an Amitabh Bachchan song which said:

na phankaar tujh sa tere baad aaya, Mohammad Rafi tu bahut yaad aaya

Getting directly to today’s song. As

rasm e duniyaa bhi hai
maukaa bhi hai
dastoor bhi hai

I will just give the details of the song which is from the 1981 release “Ham Se Badhkar Kaun”. We have thus far, only one song from this movie which is this one. That means we haven’t visited this movie in the last nine years. Atulji has given the gist of this movie in that post in a single line- ‘run of the mill’. I will just add that it also relied on the lost-and-found theme. Today’s duet is Asha Bhonsle with Mohd.Rafi (duet number 533) performed on-screen by Mithun, Ranjeeta, Bhagwan Dada and chorus.

Video

Audio

Song-Dekho logon ye kaisa zamaana (Ham Se Badhkar Kaun)(1981) Singers-Rafi, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Ravindra Rawal, MD-Ram Laxman
Chorus

Lyrics

Oh Tony,
Please leave me alone
I hate you

Oh no dear Tina
I love you

dekho logon
yeh kaisa zamaana
dil churaake bane woh begaana aa
dekho logon yeh kaisa zamaana
dil churaake bane woh begaana
koi roothhe dilbar ko manaana
usse jaakar samhjaana

okay
goriye
aisa chaahne waala toh
milta kismat waalon ko

shut up
dekho logon yeh kaisa zamaana
dil churaake bane woh begaana
dekho logon yeh kaisa zamaana
dil churaake bane wog begaana

iss ki kya sunte ho
yeh deewaana hai

aisa kya
bhanwara hai yeh mat samjho
parwaana hai

haye tauba
iss ki suno na yaaron
ye jhooth hai saraasar
is bewafa ko dekho
pehchhaan lo baraabar

main sachh kehta hoon kasam khaa kar
goriye aashiq ko apne sataao na
ab toh maan jaao na

dekho logon yeh kaisa zamaana
aise jhoothon se daaman bachaana aa
dekho logon yeh kaisa zamaana
aise jhoothon se daaman bachaana
inki har baat bahaana
dhokhe mein na aa jaana

arre yeh
lagta bhola bhala hai
lekin dil ka kaala hai

oh no
dekho logon yeh kaisa zamaana
dil churaa ke bane woh begaana
dekho logon yeh kaisa zamana
dil churaake bane wo begaana

meri bala se chaahe na maano ae jaanaa
arre ja ja ja a
yeh dil toh hai aur kisi ka deewaana
kya kya kya
jaane tamanna meri
sun lo tumse behtar hai
dil pyaar ka khazaana
maasoomiyat zewar hai
yeh ab sab kya chakkar hai
arre woh hamse badhkar kaun hai
dekhoon ik jhalak toh main

dekho logon yeh kaisa zamaana
dil churaake chala woh deewaana
haa aa dekho logon yeh kaisa zamana
dil churaake chala woh deewaana
koi roothhe dilbar ko manaana
usse jaakar samhjaana

yaaron inka puraana taanka hai
khaayaa humne jhaansa hai
la laaa
la la la la la la laaa
la laaa
la la la la laaa
la laaa
la la la la la la laaa
la laaa
la la la la laaa


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 :

4376 Post No. : 15719 Movie Count :

4332

‘Lovers-1983’ was directed by Bharathi Rajaa for ‘Aryan Films’. It was produced by Rajendra Kumar.

‘Lovers-1983’ had Kumar Gaurav, Padmini Kolhapure, Rajendra Kumar, Tanuja, Bina and Danny Denzongpa, supported by Junior Mehmood, Rakesh Bedi, Romi, Satyen Kappu, Neilu Arora, Dinesh Hingoo, Kamal Deep, Sudha Chopra, Pachhi, Laxman Thombre.

This movie also introduced Rafeeq, Kishore, Praveena, Roopali, Sunita.

Dialogues for this movie were written by Inder Raj Anand. Editing of this movie was done by David Dhawan. Bharathi Rajaa who directed this movie also wrote the screenplay of this movie.

This movie had six songs penned by Anand Bakshi whereas the music was composed by R. D. Burman. Lata Mangeshkar, Amit Kumar and Kavita Krishnamoorthy had given their voices to the songs in this movie.

(In the list of singers for this movie the movie titles mention the names of Lata Mangeshkar, Amit Kumar and Kavita Krishnamoorthy only. However, HFGK Vol-VI (1981-1985) also mentions the name of Anuradha Paudwal as singer. But no song is credited to her name, instead in one song the name of Kalyani Mitra is mentioned as co-singer with Amit Kumar).

Today 11th July’2020 is the sixteeth birthday (born on 11th July’1960) of actor Kumar Gaurav. On this occasion here is a song from ‘Lovers-1983’. It is sung by Amit Kumar and it is lip synced on screen by Kumar Gaurav. Padmini Kolhapure and others can also be seen in the picturization of this song.

Kumar Gaurav the son of yesteryears actor Rajendra Kumar shot to fame with the movie ‘Love Story-1981’ went on to act in many movies but could not repeat the success of ‘Love Story’ in other movies except ‘Naam-1986’ where his performance, alongwith that of Sanjay Dutt was appreciated.

Music Director R.D. Burman created some good music for his movies like ‘Teri Kasam-1981’, ‘Lovers-1983’, ‘Romance-1093’, ‘Ham Hain Laajawaab-1984’ and ‘Ek Se Bhale Do1985’.

Lyrics for the song were sent by Prakashchandra.

With this song the movie ‘Lovers-1983’ makes its debut on the blog.

Audio

Video

Song-Tu mauj main hoon kinaara milan kab hoga hamaara (Lovers)(1983) Singer-Amit Kumar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)

tu mauj main hoon kinaaraa
milan kab hogaa hamaaraa

tu mauj main hoon kinaaraa
milan kab hogaa hamaaraa
tu mauj main hoon kinaaraa
milan kab hogaa hamaaraa
ho pyaasi hai jeewan ki dhaaraa
milan kab hogaa hamaaraa
ho o o milan kab hogaa hamaaraa

nadiyaa bahey ae
chaahey kahin
saagar se sangam zaroori hai
nadiyaa bahey ae
chaahe kahin
saagar se sangam zaroori hai ae
main tere bin
adhooraa hoon
tu mere bin
adhoori hai
ho jaise kiran aur taaraa
milan kab hogaa hamaaraa
tu mauj
main hoon kinaaraa
milan kab hogaa hamaaraa
ho ho o milan kab hoga hamaaraa aa

toone sunaa aa
yaa naa sunaa
main tera naam letaa rahaa
toone sunaa aa
yaa naa sunaa
main tera naam letaa rahaa aa
toone suni yaa naa suni
aawaaz main ae ae
detaa rahaa
ho jo saans lee dil pukaaraa
milan kab hoga hamaaraa
tu mauj main hoon kinaaraa
milan kab hogaa hamaaraa
ho o o milan kab hoga hamaaraa

jaise kisi ee mandir mein log
rakh dein kisi ki moorat ko
jaise kisi mandir mein log
rakh dein kisi ki moorat ko o o
dil mein basaa aa rakkhaa hai yoon
maine sajan ki soorat ko
teri poojaa mein pal pal guzaaraa
milan kab hogaa hamaara
tu mauj main hoon kinaaraa
milan kab hogaa hamaaraa aa
ho pyaasi hai jeewan ki dhaaraa
milan kab hogaa hamaaraa
ho ho o milan kab hogaa hamaaraa

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Devnagri script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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तू मौज मैं हूँ किनारा
मिलन कब होगा हमारा

तू मौज मैं हूँ किनारा
मिलन कब होगा हमारा
तू मौज मैं हूँ किनारा
मिलन कब होगा हमारा
हो प्यासी है जीवन की धारा
मिलन कब होगा हमारा
हो ओ ओ मिलन कब होगा हमारा

नदिया बहे ए
चाहे कहीं
सागर से संगम ज़रूरी है
नदिया बहे ए
चाहे कहीं
सागर से संगम ज़रूरी है ए
मैं तेरे बिन
अधूरा हूँ
तू मेरे बिन
अधूरी है
हो जैसे किरण और तारा
मिलन कब होगा हमारा
तू मौज मैं हूँ किनारा
मिलन कब होगा हमारा
हो ओ ओ मिलन कब होगा हमारा आ

तूने सूना आ
या ना सूना
मैं तेरा नाम लेता रहा
तूने सूना आ
या ना सूना
मैं तेरा नाम लेता रहा आ
तूने सुनी या ना सुनी
आवाज़ मैं ए ए
देता रहा
हो जो सांस ली दिल पुकारा
मिलन कब होगा हमारा
तू मौज मैं हूँ किनारा
मिलन कब होगा हमारा
हो ओ ओ मिलन कब होगा हमारा आ

जैसे किसी ई मंदिर में लोग
रख दें किसी की मूरत को
जैसे किसी मंदिर में लोग
रख दें किसी की मूरत को ओ ओ
दिल में बसा आ रक्खा है यूं
मैंने सजन की सूरत को
तेरी पूजा में पल पल गुज़ारा
मिलन कब होगा हमारा
तू मौज मैं हूँ किनारा
मिलन कब होगा हमारा आ
हो प्यासी है जीवन की धारा
मिलन कब होगा हमारा
हो ओ ओ मिलन कब होगा हमारा


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 :

4374 Post No. : 15714

Hullo Atuldom

“Waqt Ki Deewaar” is a 1981 release. It had Neetu Singh, Sulakshana Pandit, Jeetendra, Pran, Kadar Khan, Amjad Khan, Satyen Kappu, Paintal, Preeti Ganguly etc.

There was one other important actor in the cast. An actor who didn’t have a ‘set image’ in Bollywood. He could fit into any role he signed up for. He has played father, father-in-law, boyfriend, etc to Jaya (Bachchan) Bhadhuri. We are talking of Sanjeev Kumar here. Born Harihar Jethalal Jhariwala in 1938, he made his debut in 1960 with a small role in “Hum Hindustani”. His first film as a protagonist was “Nishaan” which came in 1965. On the road to becoming an actor-star who could be banked upon to play any character that he was given, we have seen him play Dilip Kumar’s brother in the 1968 released “Sanghursh” and friend to Shammi Kapoor in “Sachchaai” (1969).

He was the preferred actor for all producers and directors of South Indian film industry when they had remake plans of films that were successful in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada etc. So we saw him in “Khilona” which was made from Tamil and he played the role that Sivaji Ganesan played in the original. He has apprised roles played by NT Rama Rao (Telugu) in “Takkar” “Shrimaan Shrimati”, Dr. Rajkumar (Kannada) in “Shaandaar” etc. Who can forget “Naya Din Nayi Raat” which had him play 9 different characters. He was given lead roles by South Indian film makers even as we saw him play father to Amitabh and Shashi Kapoor or supporting roles in “Zabardast”, “Silsila”, “Hero”, “Sawaal” etc.
We were regaled to wonderful comedy by this versatile actor in “Angoor”, “Pati Patni Aur Woh”, “Hero”, “Biwi O Biwi”, “Seeta Aur Geeta” etc. At the same time he was there in Satyajit Ray’s “Shatranj Ke Khiladi” playing a chess-obsessed citizen of Lucknow.

He has been romantically paired with most of the heroines in the movies of those times- be it Moushumi, Sharmila, Hema Malini, Rakhee, Rekha, Nutan, Mala Sinha, Tanuja and even Waheeda Rehman. We have seen him in two-hero movies too like with Shashi Kapoor in Mukti, Jeetendera in Khilona, Waqt Ki Deewar, Dharti Kahe Pukar ke, Faraar with Amitabh Bachchan, Bereham with Shatrughan Sinha.

Let us enjoy this two-hero song and think of this super actor and see him smile and charm the audience. The song is sung by Kishore Kumar and Mohd. Rafi. It is written by Anjaan and Laxmi -Pyare are the music composers. We have Jayshree T and Sulakshna Pandit adding to the glamour quotient and Amjad Khan plotting his next move.


Audio (Full)

Song-Ae yaar teri yaari hamen jaan se hai pyaari (Waqt Ki Deewaar)(1981) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Rafi, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
Both

Lyrics(Based on audio link)

ae yaar teri yaari
humein jaan se hai pyaari
ae yaar teri yaari
humein jaan se hai pyaari
teri yaari pe
teri yaari pe jaan luta denge
luta denge
luta denge
tere saath hai marna jeena
jahaan tera girega paseena aa
tere saath hai marna jeena
jahaan tera girega paseena
hum paseene pe
hum paseene pe khoon bahaa denge
bahaa denge
bahaa denge

ae yaar teri yaari
humein jaan se hai pyaari ee
ae yaar teri yaari

yoon raah mein chalte chalte
koi yaar nahin ban jaataa
yoon raah mein chalte chalte ae
koi yaar nahin ban jaataa

lagta hai ke tera mera
lagta hai ke tera mera
koi pichhle janam ka hai naata
woh yaar hai jo dukh baante
teri raahon se chunke kaante
woh yaar hai jo dukh baante
teri raahon se chunke kaante
tere kadmon pe
tere kadmon pe phool bichhaa denge,
bichhaa denge
bichhaa denge

ae yaar teri yaari
humein jaan se hai pyaari
ae yaar teri yaari

hum saath hon jis mehfil mein
hum par dil haare duniya
hum saath hon jis mehfil mein,
hum par dil haare duniya
teri meri yaari ko
teri meri yaari ko,
hai rasste nihaare duniya

duniya toh kisi din chhoote,
yaari marke na toote
duniya toh kisi din chhoote,
yaari marke na toote
ye zamaane ko
ye zamaane ko ek din bataa denge,
batadenge, batadenge
ae yaar teri yaari
humein jaan se hai pyaari
ae yaar teri yaari

moorat hai sachhaai ki tu,
baaki saara jag hai dhokha
moorat hai sachhaai ki tu
baaki saara jag hai dhokha

tujhpe hai bharosa jitna
tujhpe hai bharosa jitna
utna na khuda pe hoga
teri oar jo aankh uthhaaye
tujhse jo kahin takraaye
teri oar jo aankh uthaaye
tujhse jo kahin takraaye
saari duniya mein
saari duniya mein aag laga denge
laga denge
laga denge
ae yaar teri yaari
humein jaan se hai pyaari
ae yaar teri yaari
hamen jaan se hai pyaari
teri yaari pe
teri yaari pe jaan luta denge,
luta denge
luta denge
ae yaar teri yaari


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 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:

4362 Post No. : 15688

I would prefer to stop counting the numbers, and rather go by the impressions in the memory. Well, it sounds so unbelievable that Nitin Mukesh turns 70 today. It seems like just a little while ago that we heard him sing for the first time in ‘Mera Naam Joker’ (1970). It was actually an unlisted song, in English. A song of good wishes and greetings – “Wish Me Luck”.

Then in 1981, when the song “Zindagi Ki Na Toote Ladi” from the film ‘Kranti’ was doing the rounds of popularity, my first impression on hearing this voice was – how come, was this song recorded earlier? The voice sounds so close to the voice of Mukesh, his father. Well yes, the voice is distinct, if one is listening carefully. But it also has an unmistakable shade of Mukesh’s voice.

Nitin Mukesh was born this day in 1950. Although he made his singing debut in 1970, his songs are few and far between in that first decade of his career. His more active years were the 1980s and 1990s. And even so, one cannot count his career as being prolific.

Today’s song is from the 1981 film ‘Nakhuda’. It was a big banner film of its time, produced by Yash Chopra for Yash Raj Films. The film is directed by Dilip Naik. The star cast for the film is Kulbhushan Kharbanda, Swaroop Sampat, Raj Kiran, Madan Puri, Javed Khan, Vikas Anand, Sudhir Dalvi, Bharat Kapoor, Madhu Malhothra, Mac Mohan, Yunus Parvez, Asha Sachdev, Jagdish Raj, Mahaan, Murlidhar, Bandini, Nandini, Umesh, Murari, Chand, Raj Verma, Chandu, Pardesi, Amarnath, Rajesh, and Rauf Khan.

The film has 6 songs. One song is a composition by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, and also sung by him. The remaining 5 songs are from the pen of Nida Fazli, and have been tuned to music by Khayyaam. One song of this film is already showcased on our blog. This is the second song of this film to make its appearance here today. Lyrics for this song have been sent in by our dear Avinash ji.

On screen, the song is picturized on Raj Kiran and Swaroop Sampat. As the words indicate, this is an ‘expectant parents’ song, with the characters expressing happiness and love for each other, with the knowledge that another member of the family is on way.

Wishing Nitin Mukesh, a very happy birthday, and also many many more years of good health and active singing. All the best wishes to him.

Video

Audio

Song – Tumhaari Palkon Ki Chilmanon Mein (Nakhuda) (1981) Singer – Nitin Mukesh, Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Nida Fazli, MD – Khayyaam

Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

hmmmm…hmmmmm..hhmmm
hmmm…hmmm…hmmmm…hmmmm
hmhmmm….hmmm…hmmmmm
hmmm…hmmm….hmmm..hmmmm

lalla la la laa laaa
lalla llall la la laa laaa
lalla la la laa laaa
lalla llall la la laa laaa

tumhaari palkon ki
chilmanon mein
ye kya chhuppa hai
sitaare jaisa
haseen hai ye
hamaare jaisa
shareer hai ye
tumhaare jaisa
tumhaare khwaabon
ke aayeene mein
ye kyaa chhuppa hai
hamaare jaisa
jawaan hai ye
hamaare jaisa
haseen hai ye
tumhaare jaisa

tumhaari baahon mein
chhup ke hum ne
tumhi ko tum se
chura liya hai
tumhaari baahon mein
chhup ke hamne
tumhi ko tum se
chura liya hai
churaane waale ke
haath hum ne
jo kho diya tha
wo pa liya hai
tumhaare honthon ki
khaamoshi mein
ye kya chhupa hai
ishaare jaisa
tumhaare honton ki
khaamoshi mein
ye kya chhupa hai
ishaare jaisa
haseen hai ye
hamaare jaisa
shareer hai ye
tumhaare jaisa

naye musaafir ke
kaun hain hum
naye musaafir ko
ye bata do
naye musaafir ke
kaun hain hum
naye musaafir ko
ye bata doi
woh tum se khud hi
karega baatein
kareeb aa ke
isey jaga do
tumhaari sharmilee
shokhiyon mein
ye kya chhupa hai
sharaare jaisa
tumhaari sharmilee
shokhiyon mein
ye kya chhupa hai
sharaare jaisa
haseen hai ye
hamaare jaisa
shareer hai ye
tumhaare jaisa

tumhaari palkon ki
chilmanon mein
ye kya chhupa
hai sitaare jaisa
tumhaare khwaabon ke
aayeene mein
ye kyaa chhupa hai
hamaare jaisa
jawaan hai ye
(hmmm…hmmmm)
hamaare jaisa
(hmmmmm)
haseen hai ye
(hmmm…hmmmm)
tumhaare jaisa
(hmmmmm)

———————————————————
Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हम्ममम॰॰॰ हम्मममम॰॰॰ हम्म
हम्म॰॰॰ हम्म॰॰॰ हम्मममम॰॰॰ हम्ममम॰॰॰
हम्ममम॰॰॰ हम्मममम॰॰॰ हम्म
हम्म॰॰॰ हम्म॰॰॰ हम्मममम॰॰॰ हम्ममम॰॰॰

लल्ल ला ला ला॰॰ ला॰॰॰
लल्ल लल्ल ला ला ला॰॰ ला॰॰॰
लल्ल ला ला ला॰॰ ला॰॰॰
लल्ल लल्ल ला ला ला॰॰ ला॰॰॰

तुम्हारी पलकों की
चिलमनों में
ये क्या छुपा है
सितारे जैसा
हसीन है ये
हमारे जैसा
शरीर है ये
तुम्हारे जैसा
तुम्हारे ख्वाबों के
आईने में
ये क्या छुपा है
हमारे जैसा
जवान है ये
हमारे जैसा
हसीन है ये
तुम्हारे जैसा

तुम्हारी बाहों में
छुप के हमने
तुम्ही को तुमसे
चुरा लिया है
तुम्हारी बाहों में
छुप के हमने
तुम्ही को तुमसे
चुरा लिया है
चुराने वाले के
हाथ हमने
जो खो दिया था
वो पा लिया है
तुम्हारे होंठों की
खामोशी में
ये क्या छुपा है
इशारे जैसा
तुम्हारे होंठों की
खामोशी में
ये क्या छुपा है
इशारे जैसा
हसीन है ये
हमारे जैसा
शरीर है ये
तुम्हारे जैसा

नए मुसाफिर के
कौन हैं हम
नए मुसाफिर को
ये बता दो
नए मुसाफिर के
कौन हैं हम
नए मुसाफिर को
ये बता दो
वो तुमसे खुद ही
करेगा बातें
करीब आ के
इसे जगा दो
तुम्हारी शर्मीली
शोखियों में
ये क्या छुपा है
शरारे जैसा
तुम्हारी शर्मीली
शोखियों में
ये क्या छुपा है
शरारे जैसा
हसीन है ये
हमारे जैसा
शरीर है ये
तुम्हारे जैसा

तुम्हारी पलकों की
चिलमनों में
ये क्या छुपा है
सितारे जैसा
तुम्हारे ख्वाबों के
आईने में
ये क्या छुपा है
हमारे जैसा
जवान है ये
(हम्मम॰॰॰ हम्ममम)
हमारे जैसा
(हम्ममम)
हसीन है ये
(हम्मम॰॰॰ हम्ममम)
तुम्हारे जैसा
(हम्ममम)


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: 4339 Post No.: 15638

She was born in Mumbai, raised in Lucknow and Canberra (Australia), grew up in Pune, did some theatre course in Paris, spent a considerable time in Delhi and now she spends time commuting between Mumbai and her ancestral home in Pune. She has worked through almost all the segments of mulit-media – a radio announcer, television producer, documentary film maker, Hindi film writer-director, author and some more. She is not shy of mincing words about those personalities even of high statures who have one time or the other rubbed her in a wrong way. She is Sai Paranjpye (born on March 19, 1938). It is interesting to note the background of family as she seems to have inherited some genes from them.

1. Her maternal grandfather, Sir R P Paranjpye was an alumnus of University of Cambridge and a renowned Mathematician. He was the Chancellor of University of Bombay and the University of Lucknow. He was Indian High Commissioner in Australia during 1944-47. He had interest in literature.

2. Her mother, Shankuntala Paranjpye had been an alumini of University of Cambridge and worked in International Labour Organisation in Geneva for about 2 years in the 1930s. In the 1930s and 40s, she acted in Marathi and Hindi films. She also wrote novels and plays in Marathi and English. She did a pioneering work in propagating family planning as early as in 1938. She was a nominated Rajya Sabha member and was awarded Padma Bhushan in 1991.

3. Her father, Youra Sleptzoff was a Russian painter to whom her mother married in Geneva but divorced him after the birth of her daughter, Sai.

4. Her paternal Grandmother, Babushka was a theater personality. She had acted in some major plays.

With these backgrounds, Sai Paranjpye became proficient in Marathi, Hindi and English with some working knowledge of Sanskrit and French. She started her career as an Announcer and Compere of children’s programme in All India Radio, Pune. She also did some children’s plays in partnership with Arun Joglekar to whom she married. She joined Film Institute of India as Lecturer in which Jala Agha, Sadhu Mahadev and Rehana Sultana were her students.

In 1963, Sai Paranjpye joined the National School of Drama, Delhi and completed her graduation. She joined All India Radio, Delhi. During the 1970s, she worked with Doordarshan, Delhi as producer and director. During this period, she produced and directed many teleplays and documentaries. One of her documentary films was on Pankaj Mullick (1973) which was based on an extensive research and was made with some rare photographs as montage. Unfortunately, according to Sai Paranjpye, this documentary film is not traceable in Doordarshan’s archive. She had also directed children’s films, ‘Jaadu Ka Shankh’ (1974), ‘Sikander’ (1976) and ‘Bhaago Bhoot’ (2001). After coming into National Doordarshan channel in 1982, Sai Paranjpye made her debut TV serials ‘Ados Pados’ (1985) followed by ‘Chhote Bade’ (1985).

Sai Paranjpye produced/directed 8 Hindi feature films – ‘Sparsh’ (1980), ‘Chashm-e-Baddoor’ (1981), ‘Katha’ (1982), ‘Disha’ (1990), ‘Chooriyaan’ (1993), ‘Papeeha’ (1994) ‘Saaz’ (1997) and ‘Chakachak’ (2005). In all these films, she has taken up issues in each film like visual impairment, migrants, alcoholism, playback singing career, environment etc. In some of these films which are available for viewing, she does not preach nor creates melodramatic moods. These films are more like an eye opener to the audience.

In the decade of 2010-20, Sai Paranjpye has been mostly busy with writing her biography in Marathi which was published and got released in 2016. The title of her autobiography is interesting – ‘Sai – Maza Kalapravaas’ meaning ‘My Artistic Journey’. She has restricted the coverage in the biopgraphy to her artisitc jpourney only. She is now working on the English version of her autobiography. In 2006, Government of India awarded her with Padma Bhushan.

Coming to ‘Chashm-e-Baddoor’ (1981), Sai Paranjpye, in one of her interviews, revealed that at the screening of her first film ‘Sparsh’ (1980) at Tashkent Film Festival, she met Gul Anand, who liked the film. He said that he would like to make a film with her but it should be a comedy film. Fortunately, she had a teleplay ‘Dhuaan Dhuaan’ ready which she turned into a script for the film ‘Chashm-e-Baddoor’ (1981) produced by Gul Anand and directed by her. The star cast included, Farooq Shaikh, Dipti Naval, Rakesh Bedi, Ravi Baswani, Saeed Jafrey, Leela Mishra, Vinod Nagpal, Vinod Doshi etc with Amitabh Bachchan and Rekha making cameo appearances. The film was digitally restored in 2013. The film was shot in Delhi. Some people had told Sai Paranjpye that ‘Chashm-e-Baddoor’ (1981) is the publicity material for Delhi.

I had watched this film in a theatre when it was released in 1981. While I have a general idea about the plot, the scene which has still firmly stored in my mind is when Dipti Naval visits Farooq Shaikh’s room to market the ‘chamko’ brand of washing powder. And seeing her, Rakesh Bedi and Ravi Baswani run out of the room before she enters. Recently, I watched the digitally restored film to recapitulate the plot of the film which I have summarized below:

The film starts with Omi (Rakesh Bedi) smoking a cigarette and then passing it on to Jomo (Ravi Baswani) who smokes and passes it on to Sid (Farooq Shaikh). In the background, a gramophone record is symbolically playing Meer Taqi Meer’s ghazal ‘ye dhuaan kahaan se uttha hai’, rendered by Mehdi Hasan. It is clear from their dialogues that the trio are the University students who are sharing a rented room in Delhi. They are enjoying their summer vacation. While Sid is a serious type who keeps himself busy in reading books, the other two, Omi and Jomo are vagabonds who like to indulge in impressing girls and watching plays in the theatre.

Omi and Jomo have an arrangement with Lallan Miyaan (Saeed Jaffrey), the shopkeeper from whom they buy cigarettes on credit but they postpone clearing their debt with some pretext or the other. There are always some friendly banters between Lallan and the trios.

A girl, Neha (Dipti Naval) staying in a neighbouring house becomes the centre of attraction to Omi and Jomo who decide to individually visit her house to impress her. While their experiences of meeting in her house was not good, but for the sake of impressing one another, both Omi and Jomo pretend to each other and also to Sid that they had a gala day with Neha.

One day, Neha visits their room to market ‘Chamko’ washing powder. Seeing her through the peephole of the main door, both Omi and Jomo run away from the room lest their true experiences with her would be exposed. It is Sid, who opens the door and get to know the purpose of Neha’s visit. It is for the first time that Sid has experienced talking to a girl. Neha leaves the room after showing the demonstration of washing powder. Sid is now attracted to Neha. After their frequent meetings at a restaurant, both decides to formalize their relationship in to the marriage.

This sudden developments in the life of Sid is not digestible to his friends, Omi and Jomo. They try to discourage Sid by concocting stories about Neha to break their relationship. They succeed in their efforts. Sid is devasted so is Neha. Sid losses interest in office work and his studies for Ph.D. He even tenders his resignation to his boss in the office. Both Omi and Jomo are alarmed at Sid’s depressed mood especially when they find Tik-20 bottle in Sid’s drawer (which he had actually bought for eliminating bedbugs). They decide to reunite Sid and Neha. Both had heard a spate of kidnapping in Delhi. So, both Omi and Jomo hatch a plan under which they would kidnap Neha with Neha’s grandmother (Leela Mishra) being kept in the loop and Sid would turn a saviour of Neha.

But before their fake kidnapping plan is operationalized, Neha is actually kidnapped by a gang. It is Sid who with the help of Omi and Jomo captures the kidnappers. As a satire on mainstream Bollywood films, when everything is over, the police team comes to arrest the kidnappers. Sid and Neha are united.

On the basis of some of the films I have seen, Sai Paranjpye must be a keen observer wherever she goes. She must have observed the college students during her long stay in Delhi when she was associated with Delhi Doordarshan. She may have encountered or observed some timid stalkers like Omi and Jomo in the 1970s. The wits and humour in the film may not turn the audience laugh but certainly the smile will be written on their face. This is Sai Pranjpye brand of humour which I have also witnessed in ‘Katha’ (1982) and in TV Serial, ‘Ados Pados’ (1985).

With the advent of information technology, everything is changed now. Therefore, it is difficult to recreate the environment of Chashm-e-Baddoor of 1981 in the 21st century setting. The remake of the film, ‘Chashm-e-Baddoor’ (2013) did not create the same interest among the cinegoers as the cult status of ‘Chashm-e-Baddoor’ (1981) has created. I can watch this film any number of times.

‘Chashme-e-Baddoor’ (1981) had 7 songs of which 5 songs have been covered in the Blog. Here is the 6th song, ‘is nadi ko mera aaina maan lo’ sung by Shailendra Singh and Haimanti Sukla. The song is set to music by Raj Kamal. Indu Jain who wrote the lyrics was an author and a poetess who was known for writing poems on the contemporary issues. She also uses imageries which are evident in the lyrics of the song. Probably, she would have given a tough competition to Gulzar saab if she was actively involved in writing Hindi film songs in terms of the use of imageries.

Indu Jain was the Head of Hindi Department in Indraprastha College, Delhi when the film was being shot in Delhi. Duriing this period, she was scheduled to visit Japan as a visiting professor. While leaving India, she had taken the situation of the songs in the film in detail and dictated the lyrics to Sai Paranjpye over the phone. (Source: ‘Sai – Maza Kalapravaas’).

The background of the song is that Omi (Rakesh Bedi) visits Neha’s (Dipti Naval) house to impress her. But she thinks that he is the plumber who has come to repair her kitchen’s sink. She tells him to bring his tool box and get the work done fast. He goes out of the house never to return to her house but return to his own room. When his competitor Jomo asks him as to how the meeting went on with Neha, he narrates a false story upon which the screen shows the song under discussion.

Probably, this may be the first time when Rakesh Bedi has got chance to sing a song with the heroine of the film.

Audio Clip:

Video Clip:

Song-Is nadi ko mera aainaa maan lo (Chashme Baddoor)(1981) Singers-Shailendra Singh, Haimanti Shukla, Lyrics-Indu Jain, MD-Rajkamal
Both

Lyrics(Based in Audio Clip)

is nadi ko mera aaina maan lo
is nadi ko mera aaina maan lo
ki muhabbat ka bahta nasha jaan lo
is nadi ko mera aaina maan lo

tarangon mein dhadkan larajta jigar
raks karte kamal thharthharaata bhanwar
tarangon mein dhadkan larajta jigar
raks karte kamal thharthharaata bhanwar
ye chheenten kisi ki tamaanna na ho..o
ye chheenten kisi ki tamaanna na ho
kahin aapke haathon tanha na ho
is roopak ko mera aaina maan lo
unkahe raaz ki daastaan jaan lo

is nadi ko mera aaina maan lo

ude baadalon mein bala hasraten
parindon si chhoo aaye behad haden
ude baadalon mein bala hasraten
parindon si chhoo aaye behad hade
hawaaon ko itni izaazat na do
hawaaon ko itni izaazat na do
ki auron ka bhi sabr tauba karo
ye kinaara mera aaina maan lo
har lahar se meri aarzoo jaan lo

is nadi ko mera aaina maan lo

tani doriyon par saji zindagi
ishaaron pe chadhti utarti khushi
tani doriyon par saji zindagi
ishaaron pe chadhti utarti khushi
dupatte se tinke jhatakti raho..o
dupatte se tinke jhatakti raho
gul o naaz se mera daaman bharo
is nadi ko mera aaina maan lo
ki mohabbat ka bahta nasha jaan lo
is nadi ko mera aaina maan lo


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