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

Blog Day : 3669 Post No. : 14546

Less than a week ago, we remembered our beloved Rafisaab on his death anniversary.
Today happens to the birth anniversary of another of our beloved legends, Kishore Kumar (popularly referred to as Kishoreda). So we very fondly remember him today and pay tribute to him.

Both Rafisaab and Kishoreda died when just in their 50s – both of them could have easily gone for many more years. But life and death matters are not in our hands – we can only thank them for what they have given us, the legacy they have left behind for generations to relish.

As with Rafisaab, I have written a lot about Kishoreda already on this blog. I am extremely fond of him – as I have said many times, it is never a competition for me between artistes. This isn’t an Olympics event where if one has to get gold, the other can at best aspire for silver.

I remember a poll in the late 70s, where people had to vote on who was the better singer, Kishoreda or Rafisaab. I don’t remember who came up with the poll but those were times when Kishoreda was the reigning star. He himself felt so embarrassed by this poll that he conveyed his unhappiness at it and it ended.

Professional rivalry apart, Kishoreda and Rafisaab had great respect for each other and were actually very good friends. Amit Kumar, Kishoreda’s son, has narrated stories about their friendship. So all this petty thinking is in the minds of people and not those who are the topic of discussion.

Personally, I have always stayed away from discussions trying to pull down one artiste to make the other look better. Thankfully, the world of music is like an ocean – it has room for everyone to contribute to, and partake of, its treasures.

Amongst the artistes, sure, there might be competition to be better than the other – and that’s not necessarily a bad thing. It only makes one strive to be better.

I remember Laxmikant-Pyarelal saying that if RD Burman came out with a hit album, L-P wanted to do better with their next. And RD had the same competitive spirit. But it was never malicious, or to run down the other.

As music lovers, we benefit from this – we get the best of all worlds.

Now let me talk a little bit more about Kishoreda since this post is a tribute to him.

Where do I start?

With his singing of course.

I am fond of Kishore Kumar the actor too. I’ve seen many of his comedy films of the 50s and 60s.

I am also much-impressed by Kishore Kumar, the producer/director. Contrary to his image of being more of a prankster and comedian, his films Door Gagan Ki Chhaon Mein (1964) and Door Ka Raahi (1971) are thought-provoking, sensitive, films with depth. I would recommend them to anyone who wants to see a different side of Kishore Kumar.

I am also impressed by Kishore Kumar the composer. He composed almost entirely only for his own films – and did a wonderful job at it.

Considering he was also the writer for his own films, it gives us an idea of what a brilliant all-rounder he was. It is hard enough to do one job, but to do so many so effortlessly requires genius.

And Kishoreda definitely qualifies for this. Much like Sir Gary Sobers, former West Indian cricketer, who, as an all-rounder, could do practically anything on a cricket field.

And yet, despite all this, what Kishoreda will be best-remembered for, and what he absolutely excelled in, was as a singer.

Which is why I would like to discuss more about his singing now.

I’ve said this many times before – I grew up with Kishoreda all around me. Those were the early 70s – and Kishoreda was everywhere. You had to live in that time to realize how much he dominated that period. Or, if you want evidence, just check Binaca Geet Mala lists and you will know.

I don’t need any such evidence – I know that every single day Kishoreda dominated song programmes on radio that were based on the latest Hindi film songs. The female voice might have been largely split between Lata Mangeshkar and Asha Bhosle, but the male voice was Kishore, Kishore and Kishore.

It was often for Rajesh Khanna, but even when it wasn’t, it was Kishore. It could be Kishore for Shashi Kapoor (Sharmilee) or for Dharmendra (Blackmail) or for Jeetendra (Parichay) or Dev Anand (Gambler) but it was Kishore all the way.

Occasionally there’d be a male voice of a “new” song that was not Kishore. That song often stood out as an exception. It could be Rafisaab or Mukesh or Manna Dey. But it was always the exception, not the norm.

So THIS was the environment in which I grew up. My school classmates used to sing a lot of songs – they were invariably Kishore songs. In particular, I remember songs like “o mere dil ke chain” (which was my favourite at one time), “chalte chalte”, “o maajhi re” and “zindagi ke safar mein guzar jaate hain”.

But of course there were many more.

My own favourite would keep changing. I had this concept of a favourite song which I’d sing non-stop (driving others crazy) till another favourite took over.

I remember it was at one time “ye shaam mastaani”, then “sama hai suhaana suhaana”, then “jaane ja dhoondhta phir raha” took over, to be displaced by “o mere dil ke chain” (this was favourite for a very long time) and then “tere bina zindagi se koi” took over. There might have been others too, I can’t remember now. In between, there were umpteen songs that I’d sing while taking a break from my favourite. 🙂 Obviously, all to myself only – which is why I am still alive. 🙂

This post is already getting a bit long but I’ll mention one anecdote from school days. I was in 8th Standard. In those days, we’d often ask our teachers for a “free period” – sometimes a teacher would be nice enough to oblige. Boys would then go up to the front of the class and sing songs.

Once our English teacher gave us a “free period”. The best singer in the class, by name Prasad, went up to sing. Suddenly he announced “I’ll sing this song because it is Raja’s favourite”. Now I was quite a favourite of my teacher, maybe because I was reasonably good in English. She immediately looked at me – I am pretty sure she expected an “English” song. Maybe Carpenters or Rolling Stones, or Beatles, or some such group. She probably had that idea about me.

Prasad started singing “o mere dil ke chain”.

I could see the look on my teacher’s face. It was like she had been hit by a brick. A Hindi song? That too a film song? That too, a romantic song? Bhajan hota to phir bhi chal jaata. I turned red, and immediately averted my eyes, looking down throughout, hoping the earth would just open up and swallow me. I was sitting in the front row, right in front of her, so there was no place to hide. Prasad must have sung very well – he always did – but I couldn’t listen to one word. I was too busy lost in my own “misery” to pay attention to anything else.

Somehow I managed to survive – though I think my teacher never quite saw me the same way again. 🙂 Prasad has a lot to answer for. 🙂

Today, this anecdote suddenly came to mind as I was writing this post. Wonderful memories – of Kishore Kumar songs, enjoyed with my classmates in school.

The point is to emphasise how much of an influence Kishore Kumar had on me at that time. Rafisaab came into my life much later.

By the time the 1980s came along I could not keep track of the latest songs. Partly because I got busy, partly because I didn’t like where music was headed. (“Angrezi mein kehte hain” and “shaayad meri shaadi ka khayaal”, you know I’m looking at you :-)).
Anyway, it wasn’t Kishore’s fault. His voice was always a delight to listen to.

Now onto the song for today.

This is a song I’d never heard before till Avinashji brought it to my attention a few weeks ago. I’d never even heard of the film.

The original idea was to possibly post it as Kishoreda’s 1100th song on this blog, but since another song took that place, we are posting this as his birthday song. The lyrics are, as usual, by Avinashji.

The song is “geeton mein mere” from Geet Ganga (1982). The film itself makes its debut on this blog today.

It is a pleasant song which grows on me the more I listen to it. I have already listened to it quite a few times.

The lyrics, referring to songs flowing like the Ganga, have a nice feel to them. Anjaan, the lyricist, being a native of Varanasi, had his own style of lyrics, often bringing a Bhojpuri feel to them. And this song referring to the Ganga is in the tradition of other songs written by him which also refer to it – “Ganga kinaare waala”, “maano to main Ganga maa hoon”, “Ganga mein dooba” for example.

The song is picturised on Arun Govil, and as he “sings”, the words resonate with me.

jhoom ke aise ae
geet sunaaun
nafrat mein bhi preet jagaaun
dushman ko bhi meet banaaun
jo dil chhu le ae
geet wo gaaun
swarg utaaraa
saat suron mein bahe re jag saara

Lovely lines – and it is wonderful to listen to Kishore Kumar singing them. Indeed “jo dil chhu le, geet wo gaaun” suits him – he sang many songs that touched our heart.

I hope you like the song too.

On this note, I will end this post as it has already become somewhat long.

All I will say is, Kishore Kumar will always remain in our hearts as a very special person – one of a kind.

Thank you for everything, Kishoreda.

Patt I

Part II

Song-Geeton mein mere Ganga ki dhaara(Geet Ganga)(1982) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anjaan, Md-Sapan Jagmohan
Kishore Kumar + Chorus

Lyrics
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Part I
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Geeton mein mere ae
ho o o o o o o
Geeton mein mere
Gangaa ki dhaaraa
saat suron mein bahe re jag saara
saat suron mein bahe re jag saara
geeton mein mere
gangaa ki dhaaraa
saat suron mein bahe re jag saara
saat suron mein bahe re jag saara

bol bol mein ae ae ae
bol bol mein
Gangaa boley
Chhand chhand mein dhun
Kal kal ki
Prem bhare geeton mein mere
Paawantaa hai Gangaa jal ki
Dukh ki lehar mein aen
Ho o o o o o o o
Dukh ki lehar mein
Sukh ka kinaaraa
saat suron mein bahe re jag saara
saat suron mein bahe re jag saara

jhoom ke aise ae
ho o o o
jhoom ke aise
geet sunaaun
nafrat mein bhi preet jagaaun
dushman ko bhi meet banaaun
jo dil chhoo le
geet wo gaaun
geeton mein maine ae ae
ho o o o
geeton mein maine
swarg utaaraa
saat suron mein bahe re jag saara
saat suron mein bahe re jag saara

har pal Gangaa aa
ho o o o o o o
har pal Gangaa ke gun gaaun
nagar dagar mein
alakh jagaaun
paap hare lehren Gangaa ki
main dil ke dukh dard bhulaaun
Gangaa tat ka aa
Ho o o o o o
Gangaa tat ka
Main banjaaraa
saat suron mein bahe re jag saara
saat suron mein bahe re jag saara
geeton mein mere
gangaa ki dhaaraa
saat suron mein bahe re jag saara
saat suron mein bahe re jag saara

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Part II
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Geeton mein mere ae
ho o o o o o o
Geeton mein mere
Gangaa ki dhaaraa aa
saat suron mein bahe re jag saara aa
saat suron mein bahe re jag saara aa

geeton mein mere
gangaa ki dhaaraa aa
saat suron mein bahe re jag saara
saat suron mein bahe re jag saara

Jab Gangaa ka naam pukaaraa
doob ke tar gayaa ye jag saaraa
saans saans Shankar ki pooja
har swar mein hari om ka naaraa
mujh ko to mere ae
ho o o o o o o o
mujh ko to mere
geeton ne taaraa
saat suron mein bahe re jag saara
saat suron mein bahe re jag saara

har pal Gangaa aa
ho o o ho o o o
har pal Gangaa ke gun gaaun
nagar dagar mein
alakh jagaaun
paap hare lehren Gangaa ki
main dil ke dukh dard bhulaaun
Gangaa tat ka aa
Ho o o o o o o o
Gangaa tat ka
Main banjaaraa
saat suron mein bahe re jag saara
saat suron mein bahe re jag saara
geeton mein mere
gangaa ki dhaaraa
saat suron mein bahe re jag saara
saat suron mein bahe re jag saara

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Devnagri Script lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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गीतों में मेरे ए
हो ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ
गीतों में मेरे
गंगा कि धारा आ
सात सुरों में बहे रे जग सारा आ
सात सुरों में बहे रे जग सारा आ

गीतों में मेरे
गंगा कि धारा आ
सात सुरों में बहे रे जग सारा
सात सुरों में बहे रे जग सारा

बोल बोल में ए ए ए
बोल बोल में ए
गंगा बोले ए
छंद छंद में धून कल कल कि
प्रेम भरे गीतों में मेरे
पावनता है गंगा जल कि
दुःख कि लहर में
हो ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ
दुःख कि लहर में
सुख का किनारा
सात सुरों में बहे रे जग सारा
सात सुरों में बहे रे जग सारा

झूम के ऐसे ए
हो ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ
झूम के ऐसे ए
गीत सुनाऊं
नफरत में भी प्रीत जगाऊं
दुश्मन को भी मीत बनाऊं
जो दिल छू ले ए
गीत वो गाऊं
गीतों में मैंने ए
हो ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ
गीतों में मैंने ए
स्वर्ग उतारा
सात सुरों में बहे रे जग सारा
सात सुरों में बहे रे जग सारा

हर पल गंगा आ
हो ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ
हर पल गंगा के गुण गाऊं
नगर नगर में
अलख जगाऊं
पाप हरे लहरें गंगा कि
मैं दिल के दुःख दर्द भूलाऊं
गंगा तट का
हो ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ
गंगा तट का
मैं बंजारा
सात सुरों में बहे रे जग सारा
सात सुरों में बहे रे जग सारा
गीतों में मेरे

गीतों में मेरे ए
हो ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ
गीतों में मेरे
गंगा कि धारा आ
सात सुरों में बहे रे जग सारा आ
सात सुरों में बहे रे जग सारा आ
गीतों में मेरे
गंगा कि धारा आ
सात सुरों में बहे रे जग सारा
सात सुरों में बहे रे जग सारा

जब गंगा का नाम पुकारा
डूब के टार गया ये जग सारा
सांस सांस शंकर कि पूजा
हर स्वर में हरी ॐ का नारा आ
मुझको को तो मेरे ए
हो ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ
मुझ को तो मेरे
गीतों ने तारा
सात सुरों में बहे रे जग सारा
सात सुरों में बहे रे जग सारा

हर पल गंगा आ
हो ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ
हर पल गंगा के गुण गाऊं
नगर नगर में
अलख जगाऊं
पाप हरे लहरें गंगा कि
मैं दिल के दुःख दर्द भूलाऊं
गंगा तट का
हो ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ
गंगा तट का
मैं बंजारा
सात सुरों में बहे रे जग सारा
सात सुरों में बहे रे जग सारा
गीतों में मेरे
गंगा कि धारा आ
सात सुरों में बहे रे जग सारा
सात सुरों में बहे रे जग सारा

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Blog Day : 3645 Post No. : 14474

The Hindi movie music has undergone changes with time. It is seen that the music style of the dominant music director of the era is ofter copied by other music directors. For instance, there were occasions when Madan Mohan, Roshan etc copied the music style of O P Nayyar, whereas Kalyanji Anandji’s music sounded like Shankar Jaikishan during late 1950s to mid 1960s. Music directors copied the music style of R D Burman during 1970s.

1980s was the era of disco music and Bappi Lahiri was the most sought after music director of those days. It was a mixed feeling for music lovers to find senior music directors like Laxmikant Pyarelal composing Bappi Lahiri kind of music during 1970s.

Here is a song where as music director like Khayyam has composed a Bappi Lahiri like song. This song is sung by Kishore Kumar and it is picturised on Rajesh Khanna wielding a guitar on stage while many spectators watch his performance. His song seems the have the kind of effect on Jaya Prada (seated among the audience)that this song intended, namely to make her feel like a “bewafa”. Shatrughan Sinha is also seated beside her but he is none the wiser about what is going on in the mind of Jaya Prada.

Naqsh Llayalpuri is the lyricist.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala.

Video

Audio

Song-Agar leta hoon tera naam (Dil e Naadaan)(1982) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Naqsh Llayalpuri, MD-Khayyam

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

Nigaahen pher kar mujhse
mera dil todne waale
mujhe raah e mohabbat mein
akelaa chhodne waale

Come on clap

agar leta hoon tera naam
mohabbat hoti hai badnaam
agar leta hoon tera naam
mohabbat hoti hai badnaam
mohabbat hoti hai badnaam
agar leta hoon tera naam
mohabbat hoti hai badnaam
mohabbat hoti hai badnaam

wafaa ki justju
karne chalaa thha
bewafaaon mein
main aa baithha thha bhoole se
teri zulfon ki chhaaon mein
banaa kar mujhko tash nakaam
teri chaahat ka toota jaam
teri chhahat ka toota jaam
banaa kar mujhko tash nakaam
teri chaahat ka toota jaam
teri chhahat ka toota jaam
agar leta hoon tera naam
mohabbat hoti hai badnaam
mohabbat hoti hai badnaam

tu ae mehboob kya jaane
ke hai rasm e mohabbat kya
nahin hai aaj tu apnaa
to phir tujhse shiqaayat kya
milaa ye ulfat ka inaam
ke jeena hai mujh par ilzaam
ke jeena hai mujh par ilzaam
milaa ye ulfat ka inaam
ke jeena hai mujh par ilzaam
ke jeena hai mujh par ilzaam
agar leta hoon tera naam
mohabbat hoti hai badnaam
mohabbat hoti hai badnaam

kabhi ae doston
ae dost
ae doston
kabhi ae doston
dil ki lagi
tumko na tadpaaye
dua deta hai toota dil
mohabbat tumko raas aaye
kabhi na aaye gham ki shaam
miley khushiyon ka hi paighaam
miley khushiyon ka hi paighaam
kabhi na aaye gham ki shaam
miley khushiyon ka hi paigaam
miley khushiyon ka hi paigaam
agar leta hoon tera naam
mohabbat hoti hai badnaam
mohabbat hoti hai badnaam
mohabbat hoti hai badnaam
mohabbat hoti hai badnaam


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

Blog Day : 3620 Post No. : 14427

16th June is the birthday of the disco dancer who had to struggle a lot in his career initially. But then “sabr’ ka phal meetha hota hai” and his stars changed after the success of B. Subhash’s “Disco Dancer” in 1982.

We are today wishing Gourang Chakraborty a.k.a Mithun Chakravarty on his 68th birthday.

He was a graduate from FTII and was the national award winner for his debut movie “Mrigaya” (1976) which was a Mrinal Sen direction. Then followed a spate of successful and semi-successful movies “Suraksha”, “Wardat”, “Wanted”, “Pyar Jhukta Nahi”, “Prem Vivah” etc. The last 2 named showcased him in characters that were diametrically opposite to what he played in the action-packed “Suraksha”, “Wardat” (a sequel to Suraksha) & “Wanted”. All these movies made him dear to those producers who couldn’t afford big stars like Amitabh Bachchan etc., as most of his successful movies were low-budget films to start off but in raked in the moolah at the Box-Office and that is what matters in the final analysis. The success of “Disco Dancer” went on to endorse his style of acting and dancing and youngsters copy his style to this day. He must have done close to 100 movies in the 90s itself in spite of it being the period when the Khans were on their upward movement. The turn of the millennium saw him in supporting roles that were comic, villainous, benevolent etc.

Rohit Shetty’s “Golmaal 3” had him re-visiting his “Disco Dancer” where he danced the song that made him popular. It was re-recorded and reshot with a few changes- the original was a stage song; this one was in a discotheque. And after the song we have a typical Indian film scene where the heroines’ rich father asks him to forget the girl in exchange for money & the self-respecting (swabhimaani) hero refuses to take the money. All-in-all a hilarious tribute to everything that Bollywood and Indian movies showcase.

Todays’ song from “Disco Dancer” is sung by Vijay Benedict written by Anjaan and music is by Bappi Lahiri. Kamal and Suresh Bhatt were the choreographers for the movie. People say that this song changed Bappida’s fortunes. Also though there are many who will cry that this movie and its songs changed the face of Bollywood music. But I will not get into that debate here. Let us all just say Happy birthday Mithunda. 🙂


Song-I am a disco dancer (Disco Dancer)(1982) singer-Vijay Benedict, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Bappi Lahiri

Lyrics

Wow!!
Will you sing with me?
yeaa

Say d
D
Say I
I
Say s
S
C
C
O
O
Disco
Disco
Disco
Disco
yeaa

I am a disco dancer
I am a disco dancer
I am a disco dancer
zindagi mera gaana
main isi ka deewaana
toh jhoomo toh naacho
aao mere saath nacho gaao
I am a disco dancer,
hey I am a disco dancer
hey I am a disco dancer

Doston
meri yeh zindagi
geeton ki amaanat hai
Main isi liye paida hua hoon
ye log kehte hain
main tab bhi gaata thha
jab bol paata nahin thha
ye paanv mere toh
tab bhi thhirakte thhe
jab chalna aata nahi tha
naghmon ki masti hai
meri jawaani mein
hai dance mere lahoo ki rawaani mein
ha ha ha ha ha
ooo
yahaan meri haar
oooo
yahaan meri jeet
ooo
yahi mere geet
toh jhoomo
toh naacho
aao mere saath naacho gaao
I am a disco dancer
I am a disco dancer
I am a disco dancer

d se kya hota hai
darling
aaha
deewana
aaha
disco
aaha
d se hota hai dance
i se hota hai item
s se hota hai singer
c se hota hai chorus
o se orchestra

o beautiful
whats your name?
Nisha
Tumhe maloom hai jawaani kya hoti hai
Mmm nahin maaloomhahahaha

jawaani ek lehar hai,
jawaani ek nasha hai
jawaani jis pe aata hai,
woh hi jaane ye kya hai
do din ki hasti mein
sadiyon ki masti hai
bindaas bawari jawaani,
dil pyase milte hain
aise jawaani mein
jaise mile aag paani
is umr mein kyun na,
manmaani kar jaayen
masti ki raahon mein,
had se guzar jaye
ha ha ha ha ha
o ho ho
jahaan mile pyaar
o ho ho
wahi mere yaar
o ho ho
ho jaaye nisaar
to jhoomo
to naacho
oo mere saath nacho gaao
I am a disco dancer
I am a disco dancer
I am a disco dancer
zindagi mera gaana
lalalala
main isi ka deewaana
lalalalala
to jhoomo
to naacho
aao mere saath naacho gaao
I am a disco dancer
I am a disco dancer
yea
I am a disco dancer

disco dancer
disco dancer
disco dancer
disco dancer

disco dancer
disco dancer
disco dancer
disco dancer
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Blog Day : 3495 Post No. : 14047

“Deedaar e Yaar”(1982) was produced by Prasann Kapoor and directed by H S Rawail for Tirupati Pictures. The movie had Jeetendra, Rekha, Rishi Kapoor, Tina Munim, Deven Verma, Shreeram Lagoo, Urmila Bhat, Nirupa Roy, Reena Roy, Jagdish Raj etc in it.

This production house was wound up and Prasann Kapoor parted ways with his brother Jeetendra after the debacle of this movie at the box office. Two decades later, Ekta Kapoor, the daughter of Jeetendra, created Balaji telefilms, and the rest was history as far as Jeetendra was concerned.

Jeetendra hit the jackpot through his business savvy daughter.

Tina Munim (DoB 11 february 1957), who celebrates her birthday today, may have been just as oblivious of her future as Jeetendra at that time. In less than a decade, she would be married into a fast rising business family that has subsequently become the biggest privately owned business empire in India. Tina Munim, as Tina Ambani, wife of Anil Ambani, must be the richest ex film actress, not only in India, but worldwise as well. I am not aware of too many actresses getting to marry business tycoons of that level.

Tina Munim had a decent innings as an actress in Hindi movies. She began with “Des Pardes” (1978) as a Dev Anand discovery and her career was launched thereafter. She has the distinction of working with top stars of four generations at least. She worked opposite Dev Anand, Rajesh Khanna, Rishi Kapoor, Anil Kapoor, Rajeev Kapoor etc. In fact, she worked with Rajesh Khanna is about a dozen movies, which is more than the number of movies that Rajesh Khanna worked with opposite Mumtaz. 🙂

I first watched Tina Munim as a twentyone year old in “Des Pardes”(1978) forty years ago. So do the maths and find out how old she is today. How time flies. 🙂

On this occasion, here is a song from “Deedaar e Yaar”(1982). the song is sung by Lata. Sahir Ludhianvi is the lyricist. music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal. The song is picturised as a piano song on Tina Munim, with a bearded and bespectacled Rishi Kapoor (masquerading as a bearer, I guess) also present.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala.

We take this opportunity to wish Tina Ambani a very happy birthday and many happy returns of the day.


Song-Tumko dekha to samajh mein aaya (Deedaar e yaar)(1982) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Sahir Ludhianvi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
Tina Munim

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

Tumko dekha to
Samajh mein aaya
Tumko dekha to
Samajh mein aaya
Log kyun but ko khuda
Log kyun but ko khuda
Maante hain
But mein butgar ki jhalak hoti hai
Isko chhoo kar usey pehchaante hain
Pehle anjaan thhe
Ab jaante hain
Tumko dekha to samajh mein aaya

Tumko dekha to ye maaloom huaa
Log kyun ishq mein deewaane bane
Taaj chhode gaye aur takht lute
Kais o Farhaad ke afsaane bane
Pehle anjaan thhe
Ab jaante hain
Log kyun but ko khuda
Maante hain
Tumko dekha to
Samajh mein aaya
Tumko dekha to
Samajh mein aaya

Janaab Saba Sabai Sahab
Ek shaayar ne
Ek haseena ko dekh kar
Kuchh sher kahe thhe
Jo main aapke huzoor mein
Pesh kar rahi hoon

Tumko dekha to ye ehsaas huaa
Aise but bhi hain jo lab kholte hain
Jinki angdaayeeyaan par tolti hain
Jinke shaadaab badan boltey hain
Pehle anjaan thhe
Ab jaante hain
Log kyun but ko khuda
Maante hain
Tumko dekha to
Samajh mein aaya
Tumko dekha to
Samajh mein aaya

Husn ke jalwaa ae rangeen mein
Khuda hota hai
Husn ke saamne sajdaa bhi rawaan hota hai
Deen e ulfat mein yahi rasm chali aayi hai
Log ise kufr bhi kehte hon
To kya hota hai
Pehle anjaan thhe
Ab jaante hain
Log kyun but ko khuda
Maante hain
Tumko dekha to
Samajh mein aaya
Tumko dekha to
Samajh mein aaya

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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तुमको देखा तो
समझ में आया
तुमको देखा तो
समझ में आया
लोग क्यूँ बुत को खुदा
लोग क्यूँ बुत को खुदा
मानते हैं
बुत में बुतगर कि झलक होती हैं
इसको छुकर उसे पहचानते हैं
पहले अनजान थे
अब जानते हैं
तुमको देखा तो
समझ में आया

तुमको देखा तो ये मालूम हुआ
लोग क्यूँ इश्क में दीवाने बने
ताज छोड़े गए और तख़्त लुटे
कैस ओ फरहाद के अफ़साने बने
पहले अनजान थे
अब जानते हैं
लोग क्यूँ बुत को खुदा
मानते हैं
तुमको देखा तो
समझ में आया
तुमको देखा तो
समझ में आया

जनाब सबा सबाई साहब
एक शायर ने
एक हसीना को देख कर
कुछ शेर कहे थे
जो मैं आपके हजूर में
पेश कर रही हूँ

तुमको देखा तो ये एहसास हुआ
ऐसे बुत भी हैं जो लब खोलते हैं
जिनकी अंगडाईयाँ पर तोलती हैं
जिनके शादाब बदन बोलते हैं
पहले अनजान थे
अब जानते हैं
लोग क्यूँ बुत को खुदा
मानते हैं
तुमको देखा तो
समझ में आया
तुमको देखा तो
समझ में आया

हुस्न के जलवा ए रंगीन में
खुदा होता हैं
हुस्न के सामने सजदा भी रवां होता हैं
दिन ए उल्फत में यहीं रस्म चली आयी हैं
लोग इसे कुफ्र भी कहतें हैं
तो क्या होता हैं
पहले अनजान थे
लोग क्यूँ बुत को खुदा
मानते हैं
तुमको देखा तो
समझ में आया
तुमको देखा तो
समझ में आया


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Blog Day : 3463 Post No. : 13899

We are into the last few hours of the day today (10 january 2018). We have covered four songs for today, including one debutant song for the day. It was decided that two more songs would be covered today by Sudhir Ji, and one of them would be a YIPPEE song. But now with less than four hours left for the day, Sudhir Ji seems to have got busy. So I have decided that I will post the YIPPEE song for the day myself and Sudhir Ji may post his YIPPEE post on another day. As it is, I keep a few YIPPEE songs ready with me at any moment in order to live up to our new year resolution of covering one YIPPEE movie song daily.

The movie that I have taken up today is “Dharam Kaanta”(1982). It was a “daaku-drama” produced and directed by Sultan Ahmad who loved producing movies on this theme. His earlier movie on the same theme was “Ganga Ki Saugandh”(1978). “Dharam Kaanta”(1982) had Raaj Kumar, Rajesh Khanna, Jeetendra, Waheeda Rehman, Reena Roy, Sulakshana Pandit, Amjad Khan, Satyen Kappu, Om Prakash, Nazir Hussain, Mukri, Hina Kausar, Nisar Ahmad Khan, Sheetal, Purnima etc in it.

The movie had five songs in it. Four of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fifth and final song from “Dharam Kaanta”(1982) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Naushad.

The song is picturised as a mujra song on Sulakshana Pandit in the location of a Thakur ki haweli. Several characters in the movie, viz. Amjad Khan,Santyen Kappoo, Yunus Parvez , Hina Kausar etc are visible in the picturisation.

This song, one of the last compositions by Naushad can be counted as among the last few known mujra songs from HFM before this genre of songs all but vanished from Hindi movies.

With this song, “Dharam Kaanta”(1982) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Main aisa jhoom ke naachi aaj ke ghunghroo toot gaye (Dharam Kaanta)(1982) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Naushad

Lyrics

zaalim tere jahaan ki
har ek rasam chhod di hai
sharm o haya ki maine
zanjeer tod di ee hai ae

maine chhod di kab ki laaj
maine chhod di kab ki laaj
main aisa jhoom ke naachi aaj
ke ghunghru toot gaye
ho o
ke ghunghru toot gaye

maine chhod di kab ki laaj
maine chhod di
maine chhod di
maine chhod di kab ki laaj
mai aisa jhoom ke naachi aaj
ke ghunghru toot gaye
haaye re
ke ghunghru toot gaye

takraayi jo apne dilbar se
dil dhadka mohabbat ke dar se
takraayi jo apne dilbar se
dil dhadka mohabbat ke dar se
baahon mein jo usne gher liya
kuchh kar na saki
munh pher liya
baahon mein jo usne gher liya
kuchh kar na saki
munh pher liya
mohe loot gaya ek chor
padi main kuchh aisi kamzor
ke ghunghru toot gaye
haay re
ke ghunghru toot gaye

kyun aaj zamaane se darna
ruswaayi ka gham bhi kya karna
kyun aaj zamaane se darna
ruswaayi ka gham bhi kya karna
hansna hai ke aansu peena hai
ik raat mujhe to jeena hai
hansna hai ke aansu peena hai
ik raat mujhe to jeena hai
main chali piya ki oar
jawaani aisi hai munhjor
ki ghunghru toot gaye
ho o
ki ghunghru toot gaye

reahta thha jo mere khwaabon mein
tasweer thhi jiski aankhon mein
rehta tha jo mere khwaabon mein
tasweer thhi jiski aankhon mein
baaje hai kahin bhi shehnaayi
main samjhi milan ki raat aayi
baaje hai kahin bhi shehnaayi
main samjhi milan ki raat aayi
main aisi hui behaal
main aisi hui behaal
kuchh aisi uljhi meri chaal
ke ghunghru toot gaye
ho o
ke ghunghru
ghunghru re ghunghru re ghunghru re
ghunghru toot gaye

kuchh der ka ye afsaana hai
bas dil ko yahi samjhaana hai
kuchh der ka ye afsaana hai
bas dil ko yahi samjhaana hai
zanjeer main jis’se ghaayal thhi
duniya ki nazar mein paayal thhi
zanjeer main jis’se ghaayal thhi
duniya ki nazar mein paayal thhi
wo aaj kate zanjeer
chalaaya maine aisa teer
ke ghunghru toot gaye
maine chhod di kab ki laaj
mai aisa jhoom ke naachi aaj
ke ghunghru toot gaye
aa aa aa
ki ghunghru toot gaye
ae o o
ke ghunghru toot gaye


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Blog Day : 3461 Post No. : 13890

“Dharam Kaanta” (1982) was produced and directed by Sultan Ahmad for Sultan Ahmad Productions, Bombay. The movie had Raaj Kumar, Rajesh Khanna, Jeetendra, Waheeda Rehman, Reena Roy, Sulakshana Pandit, Amjad Khan, Satyen Kappu, Om Prakash, Nazir Hussain, Mukri, Hina Kausar, Nisar Ahmad Khan, Sheetal, Purnima etc in it.

This Daaku-drama tale would not have been out of place if it was released in 1960s, but a story like this was an anachronism in 1980s. If one asks me, even the main actors signed up for this movie were by and large past their sell by date.

The movie had five songs in it. three of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fourth song from “Dharam Kaanta” (1982) to appear in the blog. The song is s “villain’s den” genre of song. It is sung by Asha Bhonsle and it is lip synced by Reena Roy, with other main characters of the movie also present. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Naushad.

Yesterday (7 january 2018) was the birthday of Reena Roy. So this song serves as a belated bithday greetings for her as well.


Song-Teri meri hai nazar qaatil ki (Dharam Kaanta)(1982) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Naushad

Lyrics

teri meri hai nazar qaatil ki
aa aa aa
teri meri hai nazar qaatil ki
khair nahin khair nahin mehfil ki
haaye
teri meri hai nazar qaatil ki
khair nahin khair nahin mehfil ki

tu sharaabi hai
tere haath mein paimaana hai
meri aankhon mein chhalakta hua maikhaana hai
hum wo saaqi hain jo deewaana bana dete hain
jaam khaali ho to nazron se pila dete hain

ye jawani ye ada
iska hai aur nasha
jaam ye jisne piya
mast hokar wo gira
zara nigaah uthha deewaane
jara nigah uthha deewaane
aaj nikal jaaye tamanna dil ki
teri meri hai nazar qaatil ki
haan
teri meri hai nazar qaatil ki
khair nahin khair nahin mehfil ki

pyaar mein jaan ki parwaah nahin ki jaati
dil mein ho dard magar aah nahin ki jaati
pyaar karte hain jo ghar baar luta dete hain
qatl ho jaaye to qaatil ko dua dete hain
kya khabar tujhko bhala
pyaar hai kaisi bala
aag us dil mein lagi
shola is dil mein uthha
ishaara mera samajh le dilbar
ishaara mera samajh le dilbar
baat nahin aisi koi musqil ki
teri meri hai nazar qaatil ki
haan teri meri hai nazar qaatil ki
khair nahin khair nahin mehfil ki

naam mera bhi hai bijli
muqaddar waala hai
na samjhna ki akela tu hi dilwaala hai
chhed dono mein chalegi to maza aayega
aag se aag milegi to maza aayega
kuchh teri baat bane
kuchh meri baat bane
raat dhalne de zara
phir koi ba bane
kisi ka tu bhi agar ghaayal ho
kisi ka tu bhi agar ghqayal ho
jaanega phir baat kisi ghaayal ki
teri meri hai nazar qaatil ki
aa teri meri hai nazar qaatil ki
khair nahin khair nahin mehfil ki


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Blog Day : 3461 Post No. : 13889

“Kaamchor”(1982) was directed by K Vishwanath. This movie, a remake of Telugu hit “Subhodayam”(1980) had Rakesh Roshan, Jaya Prada, Tanuja, Sujit Kumar, Suresh Oberoi, Shreeram Lagoo, Nita Mehta, Pinchoo Kapoor, Asrani, Bhagwan Dada etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it that became quite popular during its time.

Five songs from the movie have bee discussed in the blog in the past.

Here is the sixth and final song from the movie. It is a roadside tamasha song which is sung by Kishore Kumar and it is picturised on Rakesh Roshan, Asrani (playing an astrologer and carrying a forune telling parrot with him) and a female dancer whom I am unable to identify.

Indeewar is the lyricist. Music is composed by Rajesh Roshan.

With this song, “Kaamchor”(1982) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Jogi o jogi bhaag mein mere likkha hai (Kaamchor)(1982) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Rajesh Roshan

Lyrics

jogi o jogi
bhaag mein mere likha hai
ek din main raaja banoonga
tera hi tota kehta hai
ek din main raaja banoonga
tera hi tota kehta hai
jogi o jogi
bhaag mein mere likha hai
ek din main raaja banuga
tera hi tota kehta hai
laa
lalalala
lalala

sooraj ho balwaan
tez chandar
yaaron banta hai wo sikandar
sooraj ho balwaan
tez chandar
yaaron banta hai wo sikandar
powerful hon grah
tabhi to kar lenge maal andar
jogi
jogi o jogi
bhaag mein mere likha hai
ek din main raaja banoonga
tera hi tota kehta hai
ek din main raaja banoonga
tera hi tota kehta hai

mitne ko har cheez mit jaaye
haathon se rekha na jaaye
mitne ko har cheez mit jaaye
haathon se rekha na jaaye
aji mutthi mein hai kismat apni
phir tu kyon ghabraaye
jogi
jogi o jogi
bhaag mein mere likha hai
ek din tu raaja banega
tera hi tota kehta hai
ek din main raaja banoonga
tera hi tota kehta hai
laa
lalalala lalla
laa lalalalala


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Hullo to all in Atuldom

Wishing all a Merry Christmas. Also remembering Guru Gobind Singh on his 351st Jayanti today. I know for Christmas we should say “Merry Christmas” but unfortunately, what does one wish for Guru Gobind Singh Jayanthi. My apologies to all our Sikh friends for my ignorance.
I believe there is a confusion regarding the exact date. As per the Gregorian calendar it could be any date from December 22nd to January 15th as the Indian calendar says Saptami of Shukla Paksh in Paush month. I also read in some newspapers that there are almost weeklong celebrations in many parts of India.

But my today’s post is to remember one of India’s topmost music director of the 40s, 50s & 60s. He began by assisting Ustaad Jhande Khan, Ustaad Mushtaq Hussain etc in the late 30s. He composed for his first independent film “Prem Nagar” in 1940 and with A.R. Kardar’s “Nayi Duniya” (1942) he got his first credit as music director. Now I know that all the stalwart- followers of this blog would have guessed that I am talking about Naushad.

Something which I realised as I sat to write this post is “wow! Yesterday was Mohd. Rafi’s birth anniversary and today is Naushad saab’s. Interesting”

As I always say, I am no authority to write about any of the stalwarts that graced the Bollywood film scene in the golden era of Hindi film music. Or for that matter of any age and time as I only love the music created by them and don’t know anything personally, whatever I know is hearsay or whatever I have read up over the years. But our Rajaji had written a very beautiful post Duniya chhote yaar na chhoote on the occasion of Naushad’s death anniversary.

Without much build-up I will come directly to today’s song. I was looking for a song that would bring Mohd. Rafi and Naushadsaab together and also fulfil the criteria of being from my growing up years. I landed on “Dharam Kanta”. This movie had six songs of which three were duets- Mohd. Rafi with Bhupinder (already posted) and with Asha Bhonsle two songs- one is posted. Here is the next one. The songs of the movie were penned by Majrooh Sultanpuri.


Song-Tera naam liya dil thhaam liya (Dharam Kaanta)(1982) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Rafi, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Naushad

Lyrics

dil ke bazaar mein
daulat nahin dekhi jaati
pyar ho jaaye toh
soorat nahin dekhi ee jaati
aaaaa aaaaaa
aaaaaa aaaaaa
ek adaa par yeh dil o jaan
nichhaawar kar doon oon oon
maal achchaa ho toh keemat nahin dekhi ee jaati

ulfat ko zamaan kya jaane
aaaaaa
aaa aaa aaa
ulfat ko zamaana kya jaane
ulfat se toh hamne kaam liya
ke tera naam liya
dil thhaam liya
tera naam liya
dil thhaam liya
tera naam liya
naam liya
naam liya
tera naam liya
dil thhaam liya
tera naam liya
hum bhi to inhin do baaton par
badnam huye
ilzaam liya
ke tera naam liya
dil thhaam liya
tera naam liya
dil thhaam liya
tera naam liya
naam liya
naam liya
tera naam liya
dil thhaam liya
tera naam liya

parda bhi hai
aur parda bhi nahin
jalwa bhi hai
aur jalwa bhi nahin
aaa aaa aaaa
aaa aaa aaa aa
chilman kahin padi ho
sarakti zaroor hai
dilwaalon ki nigaah
pahunchti zaroor hai
kangan ho choodiya hon
magar pichchli raat ko
koi na koi cheez khanakti zaroor hai ae
parda bhi hai
aur parda bhi nahin
jalwa bhi hai
aur jalwa bhi nahin
jalwa bhi hai
aur jalwa bhi nahin
andaaz yahi dikhlaake sanam
dil toone mera bedaam liya
ke tera naam liya

dil thhaam liya
tera naam liya
dil thhaam liya
tera naam liya
dil thhaam liya
tera naam liya
dil thhaam liya
tera naam liya
naam liya
naam liya
tera naam liya
dil thhaam liya
haan tera naam liya
dil thaam liya
haan tera naam liya


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Hullo Atuldom

Smita Patil (17th October 1955-13th December 1986) was an unusual actor much in the same template as Shabana Azmi if one may say so. She did justice to all the characters she was offered. One can distinctly remember her act in “Arth” as a person who was obsessed and insecure about her lover. Or her simply -being a prop-for-the-hero role in movies like Shakti, Namak Halal, Badle Ki Aag, Ghungroo etc. And we cannot forget her movies like Ardh Satya, Bazaar, Mirch Masala, Bhumika, Bhavani Bhavai, Umbartha (the last two movies mentioned were dubbed from Gujarati & Marathi respectively.) Umbartha was Subah in Hindi.

Smita Patil’s career spanned from 1974- 1989. Around 10-15 of her movies were completed and released after her death.
Remembering Smita Patil on her anniversary today with this song by Lata Mangeshkar from Subah (Umbartha 1982). The lyricist for this song is Narendra Sharma & music is by Hridayanath Mangeshkar.

For this movie Smita won the Marathi Rajya Chitrapat Puraskar for Best Actress.

This is a brief synopsis of the movie taken from Wikipedia. (I am resorting to it as I don’t want to go wrong about a movie I saw many years back)

Umbartha (translation: Threshold) is a 1982 Marathi film produced by D. V. Rao and directed and co-produced by Dr. Jabbar Patel. The film is a story of a woman’s dream to step outside the four walls of her home and bring change in the society. Smita Patil played the lead protagonist in the film for which she won. The film was adjudged as the Best Feature Film in Marathi at the 29th National Film Awards for “a sincere cinematic statement on the theme of a woman seeking to establish her identity by pursuing a career, even at the risk of alienation from her family”. The film is based on a Marathi novel “Beghar” (translation: Homeless) by Shanta Nisal and was also simultaneously made in Hindi as Subah with the same cast.

Sulabha Mahajan (played by Smita Patil) is a woman who dreams to step out of the four walls of the house, assume greater responsibility as a citizen and play an important role in shaping the society. She has passion to do something constructive for the abused, assaulted, neglected and traumatized womenfolk of the society she lives in. She gets a job offer as Superintendent of a Women’s Reformatory Home in a remote town of Sangamwadi. The job offer raises objections from her lawyer husband Subhash (played by Girish Karnad) and conservative mother-in-law who refuse to understand her need to move to the town and work for rehabilitation of the women. But her sister-in-law supports her by offering help in looking after her young daughter Rani. Determined Sulabha then goes ahead with her dream job.

She meets various challenges in her new endeavor. She starts with bringing discipline in the Home and also discovers frauds that take place there. But she is not helped by the managing committee which is filled with selfish and careless people. She hence decides to take steps against their sanction. She starts some classes to educate willing women and also marries off one of the inmates in order to give a new start to her life. She discovers how a local MLA Bane has been regularly using the inmates of the home to satisfy his sexual needs. Two of the inmates decide to run away but are forcefully brought back to the home. They both commit suicide by burning themselves. Sulabha is then questioned by committee and newspapers for her improper control on the home. An administrative enquiry is set up against her. It is then that she decides to resign and give up all her work and return home.

When she returns to her home she is happily welcomed by her sister-in-law but not so much by her mother-in-law. She then comes to know that her husband Subhash has been involved with another woman in her absence. His betrayal changes her mind and she again sets off to follow her dream work.

The film had Girish Karnad playing her husband, Shrikant Moghe (brother in law) Ashalata Wabgaonkar as her sis-in-law, Daya Dongre and a whole lot of Marathi actors of that time (if I am not wrong Kusum Kulkarni played the mother-in-law). Remembering a highly talented Smita today (13 december 2017) on her anniversary.

Audio

Song-Ham donon gaate rahen geet(Subah)(1982) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Pt Narendra Sharma, MD-Hridaynath Mangeshkar

Lyrics

aaa aaa aaa aa
ho o o
hum donon
hum donon
hum donon
donon hum mmmm
aa aa aa
aa aa aa

hum donon gaate rahen geet
hil mil kar
donon hum
hum donon hum donon
donon hum
hum donon hum donon
donon hum

hum donon la la la donon hum
hum donon
gaate rahen geet

sah-jeewan ka woh yugal gaan
boley mayur koyal ki taan
sah-jeewan ka woh yugal gaan
boley mayur koyal ki taan aan aan
ho o o
aaj akeli hi gaaun
aaj akeli hi gaaun
main bankar swar pancham
donon hum donon hum hum donon
donon hum la la la hum donon
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa

nyochhaawar ek doosre par
woh hari dhara neela amber r r r r r
nyochhaawar ek doosre par
woh hari dhara neela amber r r r r r
preeti lata par aayi kali
preeti lata par aayi kali
kar dhany madhur sangam
donon hum donon hum hum donon
hum donon la la la donon hum

hai preet prateekhsa mein apalak
kya geet na pahunchega aa tum tak
hai preet prateekhsa mein apalak
kya geet na pahunchega aa tum tak a a a
ho o o o
kab gaayenge hum yugal geet
kab gaayenge hum yugal geet
ban ban kar sargam sang hum
donon hum donon hum hum donon
hum donon la la la donon hum
hum donon gaate rahen geet
hum donon gaate rahen geet
hum donon on on
hum donon


This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in 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.

This article is Peevesie’s mom’s 200th writeup in the blog

Hullo Atuldom

I had a message from Atulji after he posted my last contribution: “Your next write-up will be your 200th. So, make that a special write-up. 🙂 ”. And my reaction was “oh maa”. I didn’t realise I had done 200 posts. I knew I was within touching distance of the double century but not just one run away. But then here it is and I must thank Atulji for posting 99% of all that I have written and sent him since 2012.

Mere yaar ko mere allah de ek chaand sa pyaara lalla was my first post ever in any blog. I remember what I had sent him was one long unstructured post. Atulji was good enough to edit it to look readable. Plus the lyrics that I had sent had to be corrected for spellings etc. Before the song from “Dacait” I used to only send lyrics of those songs which I thought everyone will like and enjoy.

The first person to tell me “now that you have started writing please don’t stop” was my daughter, our Peevesie. I think I have kept my promise to her. My next post came around 15 days later for the birthdates of Amitabh and Rekha and since then whenever I think of a song I try to write something around that particular actor or actresses’ birthdays. That means I don’t write daily but about once in a week or 10 days.

My 100th post came up with this Sanjeev Kumar-Vidya Sinha song from “Hiraasat” and that first 100 took me a little more than three years. Now this next 100 posts have come in two years, so, just goes to show how much addiction I have developed in writing “for the blog”. And no, I have never tried to find rare songs only tried for different combinations. I also try my best to write and send a post for some dates in the calendar of this blog in addition to birthdates of Amitabh, Rekha, Kishore Kumar etc.

Now today is also a birthdate of an actress of the time when I was growing up. She was a style icon in her times. She proved that a girl clothed in western outfits was as much an Indian as a girl in a saree or salwar suit. She was unconventional in her style of dressing as well as the roles she chose. Consider this- you debut in a sister role to a hero and in your next movie with the same hero you try to woo him. Cut to two years later you again pair up with the actor and this time as his romantic co-star, this was something unheard of in an industry which said once a sister always a sister.

But without rebelling against the norms of the industry she gained a foothold in Bollywood and went on to be the favourite of the masses. B.R Chopra (whose anniversary was on 8th of this month) cast her in the role of a lady caught in a difficult marriage early on in her career and later he showed faith in her and this time cast her as rape- survivor who kills her tormentor when she finds that he has committed the same crime on her younger sister. Okay I agree my preamble is getting very confusing. I am talking of Zeenat Aman or Zeenie baby as her fans used to call her. The two B.R. Chopra films are “Dhundh” and “Insaaf Ka Tarazu”. The other movies that I referred to were- “Hare Rama Hare Krishna”, “Heera Panna” and “Ishk Ishk Ishk”- all with Dev Anand (she did about seven movies with Dev Anand.)

Zeenat Aman was liked by the audiences no matter whom she was paired with whether Amitabh, Vinod Khanna, Dharmendra, Sanjeev Kumar etc. Oh yes, she had paired romantically with Sanjeev Kumar too. Remember “Manoranjan” “Takkar” etc. She was friendly with her female co-actors too as could be seen when she appeared in an episode of “Koffee with Karan” with Hema Malini. There have been movies where she has co-starred with Parveen Babi, Shabana Azmi, Moushmi Chatterjee etc.

I am spoilt for choice as to which song to present today. I can choose from any of the movies I have mentioned or a song with any of the co-stars I have listed. I am choosing a song with the co-stars I listed, in fact a song which features three talented ladies- Parveen Babi, Shabana Azmi and our dear birthday girl Zeenie. It is from the 1982 Umesh Mehra directed “Ashanti”. It had a huge star cast led by Rajesh Khanna and Mithun Chakravarty with the above-mentioned ladies and Amrish Puri. The music director was R.D. Burman and lyricist was Anand Bakshi. Today’s song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Lata Mangeshkar. We have Mithun and Rajesh Khanna in disguise for that matter even the girls are dressed as Lavani dancers.

Happy Birthday Zeenat dear. Wish you all health and happiness today and forever.


Song-Laungi mirchi main Kolhapur ki (Ashanti)(1982) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-R D Burman
All

Lyrics

suniye
main jis sheher mein jaati hooon
kehte hai sheher ke log
arey saare seher ko lag jaata hai
mere prem ka rog
kehta thha ye ek paagal thaane ka pahreder
ho o o o
arey tere aashiq bhare hain andar
paagal hain do chaar aar
hhaa aaa aa aa
o bach ke rahna
phir na kehna
laungi mirchi main kolhapur ki
lagi toh mushkil hogi
ho laungi mirchi main kolhapur chi
lagi toh mushkil hogi
si si karte phiroge ji ji
si si karte phiroge ji ee ee
lagi toh mushkil hogi

laungi mirchi main kolhapur chi
lagi toh mushkil hogi
laungi mirchi main kolhapur ki
lagi toh mushkil hogi
si si karte phiroge ji ji
si si karte phiroge ji ee ee
lag gayi toh mushkil hogi

ho laungi mirchi main kolhapur ki
daajiba
lagi toh mushkil hogi
haan

aisi tikhat main aisi karaari
kuchh mat poochho baat
ik baabu ne pakad liya thha
ik din raste mein haath
aisi tikhat main aisi karaari
kuchh mat poochho baat
ik baabu ne pakad liya thha
ik din raste mein haath

bechaare ki chutti ho gayi ee ee ee hi hi
bechaare ki chutti ho gayi
aisa ho gaya haal
log uthha ke le gaye usko seedha haspataal
bachke rehna
phir na kahna

laungi mirchi main kolhapur ki
daajiba
lagi toh mushkil hogi
laungi mirchi main kolhapur ki
pahuna
lagi toh mushkil hogi
haan

bade badon ke chhakke chhoote
sun kar mera naam
aate jaate karte hain sab
door se mujhe salaam

bade badon ke chhakke chhoote
sunkar mera naam
aate jaate karte hain sab
door se mujhe salaam
ek gali ka ladka mujhse
ae ae ae ae he
ek gali ka ladka mujhse
kar baitha thha preet
aaj talak gaata phirta
galiyon mein yahi geet

o bach ke rahna
phir na kehna
ho laungi mirchi main kolhapur ki
pahuna
lagi toh mushkil hogi
ho laungi mirchi main kolhapur ki
dajiba
lagi toh mushkil hogi
haan

waise to main sharmeeli hoon
lekin mere hazoor
mirchi mirchi hoti hai
nahin hoti koi khajoor
bhool se ik deewaana mera aa aa ho
bhool se ik deewaana mera
dil baitha thha maang
wahin hai baithha
jahaan pe maine
todi uski taang

o bach ke rahna
phir na kahna
ho laungi mirchi main kolhapur ki
pahuna
lagi toh mushkil hogi
laungi mirchi main kolhapur li
lagi toh mushkil hogi
si si karte phiroge ji ji
si si karte phiroge ji ee ee
lagi toh mushkil hogi
ho laungi mirchi main kolhapur ki
dajiba
lag gayi toh mushkil hogi
haan


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