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

Archive for the ‘Songs of 1990s (1991 to 2000)’ Category


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

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Today’s song is from the movie ‘Nargis-1993’. This movie seems to be an obscure or un-released movie of its time. I was not aware of this movie or its songs. But I got to listen to today’s song on ‘Vividh Bharati’ around two years back and since then I was longing to share it on the blog. When I listened to this song first I was not aware of the name of the movie it was from. It was only later when I looked for the details of its movie and other songs that I became aware of the name of the movie.

The first and the foremost thing that I got excited about this song was the composition which I liked and its singing by Lata Mangeshkar. I was surprised to have never come across this song during all these years since it was produced.

Secondly the name of this movie is missing from the list of Atul ji’s ‘Yearwise Review of Lata Mangeshkar HF Songs’. I checked the post for this year ‘1993’ again and again and also checked the posts for the years ‘1994’ and ‘1992’ to see if this movie name is there if was released earlier or later. But ‘Hindi Filmography-Vol-1 (1986-2000)’ mentions this movie of the year ‘1993’. (So we need to add this movie to this list also).

“Nargis-1993” was directed by Khalid Mohammad for ‘Filmtech, Bombay. Khalid Mohammad was also the producer of this movie.

This movie had Hema Malini, Naseeruddin Shah, Zeba, Manzoor Ali, Dinesh Hingoo, Neelam, Arun Bakshi, Anant Mahadevan, Sulbha Deshpande, Sudhir Dalvi, Nandita Thakur, Rabia, Kamal Deep, Chandani, Amjad Khan and others.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 26.04.1993.

According to the information available online this movie has the following songs in it.

S.No. Song Title Singer
01 Arey tu pawan basanti Lata Mangeshkar
02 Main kaise kahoon jaaneman Jagjit Singh
03 Kisi aashiyaane mein -1 Lata Mangeshkar
04 Dono ke dil hain majboor pyaar se Jagjit Singh, Lata Mangeshkar
05 O jaane jaana qurbaana Asha Bhonsle, Naseeruddin Shah
06 Kaahe ab ki ae bahaar Lata Mangeshkar
07 Kisi aashiyaane mein -2 Shweta – I

From the above table we can see that the voice Lata Mangeshkar featured in four songs of this movie – three solo songs – and one duet.

Today’s song is a solo song which we are going to listen to and enjoy.

The lyrics for today’s song and all the other songs of this movie have been written by Majrooh Sultanpuri.
Music is composed by Basu Chakravarty (of Basu-Manohari).

With the today’s song this movie ‘Nargis-1993’ makes his debut on the blog. And it joins the movie with same title i.e. ‘Nargis-1946’ on the blog.

Over to the song now …..

Audio

Song-Arre tu pawan basanti (Nargis)(1993) Singer-Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Basu Chakravarty
Chorus

Lyrics

hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
ho ho ho ho
ho ho ho ho
ho ho ho ho ho o o

tanaa aa aa naa
tanaa naa aa
naa naa
taanaa
de re naa
tanaa naa naa
tanaa naa naa
taana de re naa
tanaa naa naa
tanaa naa naa
taana de re naa

arey tu u u pawan basanti
kaahe ko o o ithhlaake chalti ee ee
arey tu u u pawan basanti
kaahe ko o o ithhlaake chalti
jo dekhe meri chaal
wo ho jaaye nihaal
dekhe meri chaal
wo ho jaaye nihaal
allah mujhmein hai
kaisa jaadu u u u u
arey tu u u pawan basanti
kaahe ko o o ithhlaake chalti ee
jo dekhe meri chaal
wo ho jaaye nihaal
dekhe meri chaal
wo ho jaaye nihaal
allah mujhmein hai
kaisa jaadu u u u u u
arey tu u u pawan basanti
ho ho ho o o o o
tanaa naa naa
tanaa naa naa
taanaa
de re naa
tanaa naa naa
tanaa naa naa
taanaa
de re naa

jhananajhananana
jhanana
oye
jhananajhananana
jhanana
jhanan jhanan jhan
jhananana
oye
jhanan jhanan jhan
tana tum

bahaar to mera
bahaar to mera
badan rahi choom
dupatta jo udaaya
to rut rahi jhoom
bahaar to mera
badan rahi choom
dupatta jo udaaya
to rut rahi jhoom
ke phoolon se aayi
meri khushboo
ke phoolon se aayi
meri khushboo
allah mujhmein hai kaisaa jaadu u u u
arey tu u u u pawan basanti
kaahe ko o ithhlaake chalti ee
jo dekhe meri chaal
wo ho jaaye nihaal
dekhe meri chaal
wo ho jaaye nihaal
allah mujhmein hai
kaisa jaadu u u u
arey tu u u pawan basanti
ho ho ho o o o
tanaa naa naa
tanaa naa naa
taanaa
de re naa
tanaa naa naa
tanaa naa naa
taanaa
de re naa

ye lat dekhe baadal
ye lat dekhe baadal
to jhuk jhuk jaaye
bindiyaa dekhe bijlee
to ruk ruk jaaye
ye lat dekhe baadal
to jhuk jhuk jaaye
bindiyaa dekhe bijlee
to ruk ruk jaaye
ke dil pe kisi ko nahin kaaboo
ke dil pe kisi ko nahin kaaboo
allah mujhmein hai kaisaa jaadu u u u
arey tu u u pawan basanti
kaahe ko o o ithhlaake chalti ee ee
arey tu u u pawan basanti
kaahe ko o o ithhlaake chalti
jo dekhe meri chaal
wo ho jaaye nihaal
dekhe meri chaal
wo ho jaaye nihaal
allah mujhmein hai
kaisa jaadu u u u u
arey tu u u pawan basanti
ho ho ho o o o
tanaa naa naa
tanaa naa naa
taanaa
de re naa
tanaa naa naa
tanaa naa naa
taanaa
de re naa


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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“Dhun-1996” was directed by Mahesh Bhatt. It was produced by Beena Aziz. It had Talat Aziz, Sangeeta Bijlani, Swapna, Anupam Kher, Avtar Gill, Mushtaq Khan, Javed Khan, Makrand Deshpande, Suhas Bhalekar, G.P. Singh and others.

Lyrics for the songs in this movie were written by Anand Bakshi and music was composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 31.01.1996.

Today 11th November 2022 is the sixty-seventh birthday of the renowned Ghazal Singer Talat Aziz.

Talat Aziz was born on 11th November 1956 in Hyderabad, India.

Here is a brief about his biography and his journey to films which I have taken from an online website which had this long biography of him mentioned with one of his LP record. I have not taken it in all but edited it for a brief presentation here today.

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Aziz was born to Abdul Azeem Khan and Sajida Abid, a famous Urdu writer and poet. He attended Hyderabad Public School and then joined The Indian Institute of Management and Commerce for his B.Com (Hons) Course.

His family loved fine arts and used to organise Mehfils in their house, inviting artists and poets like Jagjit Singh and Jan Nisar Akhtar. This greatly influenced him and he started learning music from an early age. Aziz is married to Bina Aziz, a famous painter and art curator. They have two sons, Adnan Aziz and Shayaan Aziz.

Talat Aziz took his initial training in music from Kirana Gharana. He was trained primarily by Ustad Samad Khan and later by Ustad Faiyyaz Ahmed Khan. After the initial training, Aziz learnt music from the Ghazal maestro Mehdi Hassan. On many occasions, like on a concert tour of the US and Canada in 1986, he shared the stage with him on concerts in India and abroad. Mehdi Hasan Saheb once remarked on Talat’s purity of voice and how well he learnt and imbibed Mehdi Saheb’s knowledge and ‘gaayaki’ and yet carving his own path.

He released his first album in Feb 1980, under the baton of Jagjit Singh. Jagjit Singh composed this album titled ‘Jagjit Singh presents Talat Aziz’. This was a runaway hit and the ghazals from this album like ‘Kaise Sukoon Paoon, Chahenge Tujhe par… to name a few which are still favourites of all ghazal lovers.
Subsequently in 1981 Khayyam Saheb the legendary music director introduced Talat Aziz in the classic film ‘Umrao Jaan’ with the famous ghazal’ Zindagi Jab bhi’ and followed it by ‘Bazaar’, with the immortal ghazal ‘ Phir Chhidi Raat’ which he sang along with Lata Mangeshkar.

He has also sung film songs composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal in the film Dhun (where he also acted as a main lead and sang a bhajan along with Mehdi Hasan). Also the song he sung under Rajesh Roshan in the film ‘Daddy ‘ Aaina mujhse meri’ which became very popular.

All these numbers are still most sought after in his concerts. Talat has also composed music for ‘TV serials’ and has also acted in several of them. He composed music for ‘tele-serials’ like ‘Deewar’, ‘Baaz’, ‘Adhikaar’, ‘Ghutan’, ‘Sailaab’, ‘Aashirwaad’ and the magnum opus, ‘Noorjehan’. He also composed the music and sang too for a feature film titled ‘Majaz-Ae Ghame dil’ recently in ‘2016’. This film was produced by Shakeel Akhtar and was a biography of the iconic poet ‘Majaz Luckhnawi’. As an actor he has acted in serials like ‘Sahil’, ‘Manzil’, ‘Dil Apna Aur Preet Parayee’ and Noorjehan a TV serial written by Nida Fazli.

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There is a long list of his celebrity friends from his fraternity and of course from the film industry as well. There are many famous public and political personalities who appreciated him and are a big admirers of him. There is also a long list of his concerts and the feathers which he has in his cap coming for the appreciation of his art and love people showered on him.

Today I am presenting a song from the movie ‘Dhun’. This song has been in my memory since long though I am now forgetting the dates. I think the album of this movie was released in ‘1991’ as mentioned in the above article, but as per’ Hindi Filmography’ (1986-2000) this movie was passed by Censor Board on 31.01.1996.

(I am some time loosing track of those years in my life 🙂 ).

I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on this movie and its songs.

The above article also mentions the following about this movie.

‘Dhun’ which was directed by Mahesh Bhatt where had Talat Aziz and his co-stars were Anupam Kher and Sangeeta Bijlani with the music by Laxmikant Pyarelal and lyrics by Anand Bakshi. The music album was released by HMV in 1991 at a glittering event where all the who’s who of the Indian Film industry were present. The music album was a hit. Songs like ‘Yaad Aane wale’, ‘Laagi Prem dhun laagi’, ‘Main Aatma’ are still remembered by music lovers. One interesting fact is that Mehdi Hasan sang a bhajan along with Talat “Main aatma tu Parmaatma” for the first time in an Indian film.

When I fall in love with music I was always aware of the songs Talat Aziz sung for ‘Umrao Jaan’ and ‘Baazaar’ but during those years (1985-1988) I came across his ghazal album ‘Suroor’ which had the ‘ghazal’ ‘aisa lagtaa hai zindagi tum ho’ which I liked very much and love it very much even now. Those days one of my bosses who was interested more in listening ghazals had a lot of collection of cassettes and I got to listen many of Talat Aziz’s albums then.

Today, I am more than happy that I had this opportunity to present a song and wishing a very happy birthday to Talaz Aziz Saab on the blog.

We wish him a very happy and cheerful birthday with a happy, healthy, wealthy and peaceful life ahead in the future.

Let us now enjoy today’s composition …

With this song, this movie ‘Dhun-1996’ makes its debut on the blog.

Audio

Song-Ho laagi prem dhun laagi (Dhun)(1996) Singer-Talat Aziz, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
Chorus

Lyrics

ho o o
ho o o
ho o o
ho o

hey
hey
hey hey hey hey hey
hey hey hey hey hey
hey hey hey hey hey hey

ho laagi prem dhun laagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi
ho jaagi
prem dhun jaagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi
prem ki dhun mein
ek deewaanaa
saari raat na soya
prem ki dhun mein
ek deewaani
saari raat jaagi
re jaagi
laagi prem dhun laagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi
ho jaagi prem dhun jaagi

sabse chhupke
chori chori
miltey rahe chaand chakori
sabse chhupke
chori chori
miltey rahe chaand chakori
khoob chali ye aankh michauri
aankh michauri
jab tak baat rahi ghar mein
ye bhed na koyi jaanaa
akhbaaron mein khabar chhapi
jab ladki ghar se bhaagi re bhaagi
laagi prem dhun laagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi
ho jaagi prem dhun jaagi

prem
prem ka koyi naam na lena
haathon se dil thhaam na lena
prem ka koyi naam na lena
haathon se dil thhaam na lena
sar pe ye ilzaam na lena
naam na lena
prem se isiliye to sabko
log manaa karte hain
prem mein chhodke duniya
kitne log huye bairaagi
re laagi
laagi prem dhun laagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi
ho jaagi prem dhun jaagi

la la la la la la la la la la laa
la la la la la laa
la la la la la la la la la la laa
la la la la la laa

koyi isko chhoo na paaye
aankhon se dekhi na jaaye
koyi isko chhoo na paaye
aankhon se dekhi na jaaye
cheez hai ye kya haaye haaye
haaye haaye
prem ki dhun aataa jaata
ik mast hawaa ka jhonka
koyi pakad sakaa na peechhe
saari duniya bhaagi
re bhaagi
laagi prem dhun laagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi

ho laagi prem dhun laagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi

prem ki dhun jo sun letaa
wo rehtaa nahin akela
laakhon aur hazaaron uske
ban jaate hain saathi
re saathi
laagi prem dhun laagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi
ho jaagi prem dhun laagi

(ho laagi prem dhun laagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi
ho jaagi prem dhun jaagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi
ho laagi prem dhun laagi
)


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

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Hullo Atuldom

At the outset a Happy Deepawali to all the followers of this blog. Today is Bali Pratipada and the holiday fervour/ fever continues. There are still some friends & relatives to be wished, gifts & sweets to be exchanged. Then there will be Bhai Dooj or Bhau Beej (as it is called in Western India) on the 27th. That will be the last of celebrations (I think) for the Diwali holidays.

We have celebrations in our Atuldom too today. We have an Atulite turning a year older. Additionally, another Atulite’s baby is growing a year older.
Here is wishing the first follower of AtulSongaDay.me a very Happy Birthday. Hope he has a enjoyable musical day & year ahead. Hope he gets back to being active here on the blog. Really miss his posts which are full of his love for Mohd. Rafi, Kishore Kumar, Rajesh Khanna, Amitabh Bachchan, Sahir, and everyone connected with Indian Film Music.

Also wishing the Baby of our friend from Atuldom on her birthday. All the best for her future may she achieve all that she has set her sights on. Hope she shares her father’s love for music.

Today also happens to be the birthday of the first friend in my life, the first playmate of my life. The person who loves singing, dancing & cycling and has a larger reservoir of songs (as compared to me) and is my preferred teammate when there are antakshari games in our family circles; people say we make a formidable team.

“Salaakhen” (1998) was a movie produced by Rajiv Tolani & Guddu Dhanoa. It was directed by Guddu Dhanoa, had music by Dilip Sen- Sameer Sen with Sameer as the lyricist. Abhijeet, Alka Yagnik, Anuradha Paudwal, Chitra, Hema Sardesai, Kumar Sanu, Lalit Sen, Shweta Shetty, Udit Narayan, Vinod Rathod were the playback singers used. The star cast had Raveena Tandon, Sunny Deol (who turned 65 on 19th), Anupam Kher, Deven Verma, Amrish Puri, Mohan Joshi etc. and Manisha Koirala for just a dance interlude i.e. an item number.

It was the story of a young man (Sunny Deol) who is out to take revenge on a corrupt , influential bigshot (Amrish Puri) who is the reason behind his father (Anuam Kher’s) suicide. The upright school teacher father is witness to the bigshot’s son molesting a girl and is hassled by the cops when, first, he goes to report it and then when he goes to testify in the courts. All this harassment confuses him no-end and he takes his own life. The rest of the movie goes along expected lines of any Sunny Deol movie of those times “Dacait”, “Ghayal” etc. can be examples of such movies. Of course there is Raveena Tandon too in the movie in one of her ‘arm-candy’ roles.

Today is Raveena’s 50th birthday. Here is wishing her health & happiness and success in all her endeavours with this song featuring her and Sunny Deol. The song is in the voices of Shweta Shetty and Abhijeet. Ganesh Acharya and Chinni Prakash were the choreographers used in the movie and I have a feeling that this song was choreographed by Ganesh Acharya. Shweta Shetty (a cousin of Shilpa Shetty) was a popular Indie-Pop singer in the 90s (I don’t know if she cuts albums in these times); she is the voice for Raveena Tandon.

Happy Birthday to our fellow Atulite Rajaji and daughter of another Atulite. All the best to the two of them.

Audio (Longer)

Video

Song-Jiyara dhak dhak dhak dhak boley (Salaakhen)(1998) Singers-Shweta Shetty, Abhijeet, Lyrics-Sameer, MD-Dilip Sen Samir Sen
Female chorus
Male chorus

Lyrics(Based on Audio version)

o dhak dhak
o dhak dhak
o dhak dhak
o dhak dhak
o sainya maan le dil ki baat
jiyara dhak dhak dhak dhak boley
o sainya maan le dil ki baat
jiyara dhak dhak dhak dhak boley
tu jo pakde mera haath
jiyara dhak dhak dhak dhak boley
jiyara dhak dhak dhak dhak boley
masti chhaaye hauley hauley
main jo sochoon teri baat
jiyara dhak dhak dhak dhak boley
main jo aaun tere paas
jiyara dhak dhak dhak dhak boley
jiyara dhak dhak dhak dhak boley
masti chhaaye hauley hauley

sainya maan le dil ki baat
jiyara dhak dhak dhak dhak boley
main jo sochoon teri baat
jiyara dhak dhak dhak dhak boley

aa aa aa
yaahee yaahee yaahee aa
yaa haa haa haa
yaa haa haa haa

ho ho ho
ho ho ho
ho ho ho ho
ho ho ho
ho ho ho
ho ho ho

toone apne deewaane par aisa jaadu daala
hosh ganva ke masti mein jhoome tera matwaala
ho toone apne deewaane par aisa jaadu daala
hosh ganva ke masti mein jhoome tera matwaala

maine bhi to apne aap ko athrah saal sambhaala
dekha jo tujhko to de diya is joban ka pyaala
paa ke pyaar bhari saugaat
jiyara dhak dhak dhak dhak boley

o sainya maan le dil ki baat
jiyara dhak dhak dhak dhak boley

main jo aankhen band karoon
mere sapnon mein tu aaye
sapnon mein aake mujhko kaise kaise tadpaaye haaye
ho main jo aankhen band karoon
mere sapnon mein tu aaye
sapnon mein aake mujhko kaise kaise tadpaaye
jeene na degi mujhko meri jaan teri angdaayi
ab to sahi na jaaye mujhse ek pal ki judaayi

karwat badloon re saari raat
jiyara dhak dhak dhak dhak boley
main jo sochoon teri baat
jiyara dhak dhak dhak dhak boley

jiyara dhak dhak dhak dhak boley
masti chhaaye hauley hauley
main jo sochoon teri baat
jiyara dhak dhak dhak dhak boley

aaja ho gayi aadhi raat
jiyara dhak dhak dhak dhak boley

haa
haa
haa
haa
haa
haa
haa
haa


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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Welcome all to this post that I am presenting here to wish ‘happy birthday’ today to a very special person Maqsood Mehmood Ali better known to us as Lucky Ali.

He was born on 19th September 1958 and that means he turned sixty-four today.

He sung his first Hindi movie song in the 1978 movie ‘Ek Baap Chhe Bete’ which was produced and directed by his father – the famous comedian – Mehmood.

He must have been 18-19 years old at that time.

Later in the 1990s he emerged as a ‘significant figure’ in the world of ‘Indipop’ with several singles and albums. I was posted at Phulpur-Allahabad then. I had also bought his albums and liked the numbers in it very much.

Lucky Ali has also done acting in few movies e.g., ‘Kaante’, ‘Sur’ etc.

I would also like to reproduce here what ‘Wikipedia’ has mentioned about him

“Best known for his music, singing, and acting, Ali has also bred horses, worked on an oil rig off the coast of Pondicherry in South India, cleaned and sold carpets and is a farmer with a strong opinion on organic methods in farming.”

Lucky Ali has a long musical journey, and we will surely be discovering more about him in future posts on the blog.

Recently I watched one of his videos on YouTube produced by Curly Tales. In this video he was shown in his farmhouse and many other locations in Bengaluru especially the many famous food spots and just in his very natural ‘avtaar’. I liked this video very much and I simply loved it.

He has carved a special niche for himself in the heart of music lovers, and we all love him very much.

Lucky Ali has troubled relationship with his father Mehmood in his childhood. Mehmood was a very busy actor then and couldn’t give much of his time for his family. Lucky Ali had to live in Board School in Mussoorie for his studies.

Later he became addicted of ‘marijuana’ too. His fight with ‘Marijuana’ led Mehmood to present this issue in this movie ‘Dushman Duniya Ka’ where is his youngest son Manzoor Ali played the lead role.

As mentioned in ‘Wikipedia’ Lucky Ali didn’t like the story of this movie as it lacked hope, since the actor or the drug-addicted young son kills his mother in the movie.

Today on his birthday I am presenting a song from the 1996 movie ‘Dushman Duniya Ka’.

Lucky Ali sang a song in this movie which was lip-synced on screen by his younger brother Manzoor Ali. The song is about ‘nashaa’.

‘Dushman Duniya Ka-1996’ was directed by Mehmood. It was produced by Ashok Mishra, Babubhai and Masoom Ali. It had Jeetendra, Sumalatha, Manzoor Ali (debut movie), and Mehmood. This movie also introduced Laila, Master Abhishek, and Nasir. They were supported by Ali Asgar, Wahid, Kailash, Punjabi, Anil Mehta, Fardeen, Gopal, Meghani, Neeraj Mishra, Salman, Raju Malhotra, Zaid Khan, Vishwanath, Krishna Bansal, Sweety Pareeikh, Baby Somaiya and Shweta.

Shahrukh Khan and Salman Khan had a special appearance in this movie. Ashok Kumar, Farida Jalal, Anjana Mumtaz, Rita Bhaduri, Raza Murad, Manmauji, Birbal, Liliput, Junior Mehmood and Johny Level had a friendly appearance in this movie.

This movie was written by Late Aziz Quaisi and Editing of this movie was done by S. Heera.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 30.08.1996 with ‘restricted viewing certificate’ (A).

This movie had seven songs of which the lyrics were written by Ravindra Jain. Music was composed by Anu Malik.

Let us now enjoy today’s song and wish a ‘very happy birthday’ to Lucky Ali and thank him for all the musical memories he has given to us and his songs (he is also a songwriter) which have a therapeutic effect on our mind and souls.


Song-Nasha nasha nashe mein hum (Dushman Duniya Ka)(1996) Singer-Lucky Ali, Lyrics-Ravindra Jain, MD-Anu Malik

Lyrics

nashaa nashaa
nashaa nashaa
nashaa nashaa
nashaa nashaa
nashaa nashaa
nashaa nashaa
nashaa nashaa
nashaa nashaa

nashaa nashaa
nashey mein ham
dhuaan dhuaan aa
ye zindagi
yahin basi hai
hamaari jannat
yahi miley ae hamen khushi
nashaa nashaa
nashey mein ham
dhuaan dhuaan aa
ye zindagi
yahin basi hai
hamaari jannat
yahi miley ae hamen khushi
nashaa nashaa

nashaa nashaa
nashaa nashaa

ho o ise ne zindaa rakkhaa hai
isi ne maara hai ae
goli se choli daaman ka
saath hamaara hai
nashey ne apnaaya hai
jab sab ne dutkaara hai
isi liye to hamko ye
jaan se pyaara hai ae
nashaa nashaa
nashey mein ham
dhuaan dhuaan aa
ye zindagi
yahin basi hai
hamaari jannat
yahin miley ae hamen khushi
nashaa nashaa

nashaa nashaa
nashaa nashaa

ho o o hamne isko chhoda
isne hamko chhoda nahin
chhod bhi den to
duniyawaale karte nahin
yakeen
ab to yahin pe jeena hamko
marnaa hamen yahin
nashaa nashaa
nashey mein ham
dhuaan dhuaan aa aa
ye zindagi
yahin basi hai
hamaari jannat
yahi miley ae hamen khushi
nashaa nashaa

nashaa nashaa
nashaa nashaa

ho o o
mat poochho is nashey ne
kya kya chhin liya hamse ae
jaan se pyaara yaar hamaara
judaa kiya hamse
har apnaa begaana
dekho aaj khafaa hamse
sab kuchh chhootaa
magar na chhootaa
haay nashaa hamse
nashaa nashaa
nashey mein ham
dhuaan dhuaan aa
ye zindagi
yahin basi hai
hamaari jannat
yahin miley ae hamen khushi
nashaa nashaa
nashaa nashaa
nashey mein ham
nashey mein ham
dhuaan dhuaan aa
ye zindagi
ye zindagi
yahin basi hai
yahin basi hai
hamaari jannat
hamaari jannat
yahin miley ae hamen khushi
hamen khushi
nashaa nashaa
nashaa nashaa aa


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

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Hullo Atuldom

The ‘Chaturthi’ after the Amavasya of the month of Bhadrapada is the date on which we celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi or Vinayaka Chaturthi (as it is called in South India). Bhadrapada being the sixth month of the Hindu calendar, Chaturthi being the fourth day after the New Moon (Amavasya) or the Full Moon (Purnima). This year i.e. 2022 this date corresponded to 30th August of the gregorian calendar. Here I would like to say that Ganesh Chaturthi happens to be the celebration of the God’s birth.

Devotees of The Elephant-headed god, Shri Ganesha, bring home clay idols of the Lord, do pooja over one & half, three, five or ten days. People of Maharashtra, Telengana, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka etc (I don’t know about other parts of the country) also bring home idols of the mother- goddess in the form of ‘Gauri’ and worship the mother & son together. A variety of prasads are offered to the Lord and people feel that some relative or family member has come over to stay with them. At the end of the festivities (depending on the period that the individual family follows) these clay idols are taken for immersion in nearby waterbodies.

There are public (Sarvajanik) groups also that have pandals (shamianas), across cities not only in India but where ever Indians stay, that install idols some of which are very tall. Normally these idols are worshipped over the full 10-day period and then taken for immersion with pomp accompanied by dance and music. This form of Sarvajanik celebration of the festival was started during India’s freedom struggle and was the brain-child of Bal Gangadhar Tilak.

All the processions are accompanied with cries of “Ganpati Bappa Morya, Pudcha Varshi Lavkar ya” meaning “Ganpati Bappa, please come again next year as soon as possible.” There is a tale about “Morya” following “Ganpati Bappa”, which I expect our knowledgeable followers/readers to throw light on.

The idols are worshipped one last time, arathis are offered, prasads are distributed before immersing in the waterbody. In big cities, we can see queues of idols awaiting their turn for immersion, there are various television channels that show the whole event live.

Today (9 september 2022) is that day when the idols are taken for immersion. Today is “Anant Chaturdashi”. After a gap of two years, thousands of devotees are on the roads, taking their idols for immersion.

On this occasion let us have a song where Madhuri Dixit is bidding Goodbye to her Ganpati Bappa. She sings in the voice of Lata Mangeshkar a song composed by Rajesh Roshan. What we see Madhuri do in the song is something that happens in many apartments i.e. placing the family’s Ganesh idol in the truck carrying a Sarvajanik Ganesh idol.

The song is from the 1993 release “Aansoo Bane Angaarey”. The movie was directed by Mehul Kumar, produced by J.K. Verma, and Indeevar, Dev Kohli & Payam Sayeedi were the songwriters. Madhuri Dixit played a double role and Jeetendra & Deepak Tijori were romantically paired opposite her. Bindu, Archana Puran Singh, Aruna Irani, Kiran Kumar, Anupam Kher, Prem Chopra, Tiku Talsania etc formed rest of the cast.


Song-Ganpati Bappa agle baras tum jaldi aana(Aansoo Baney angaarey)(1993) Singer-Lata, MD-Rajesh Roshan
Male chorus
Female chorus
All chorus

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

Ganpati Bappa Morya
Pudcha Varshi

Lavkar Ya

ho ho ho
ho ho ho ho
ho ho ho
ho ho ho ho
ho ho ho ho
ho ho ho ho

ganpati bappa
hey
ganpati bappa
agle baras tum jaldi aana
jaldi aana aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
ganpati bappa agle baras tum jaldi aana
jaldi aana
hote ho tum jab mehmaan
ghar laage mandir ke samaan
ganpati bappa
hey
ganpati bappa
agle baras tum jaldi aana
jaldi aana aa aa aa
o o aa aa
o o aa aa

o o o
o o
o o o o
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa

hai tere jaisa dev na dooja
hai tere jaisa
aa aa aa aa
hai tere jaisa dev na dooja
hoti hai sabse pahle
teri pooja
hoti hai sabse pahle
teri pooja(aa aa aa aa)
siddhi vinaayak daya nidaan
aa aa aa aa aa
siddhi vinaayak daya nidaan
sab devon ki tum ho shaan
ganpati bappa
hey
ganpati bappa
agle baras tum jaldi aana
jaldi aana aa aa aa

aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa

jaisi bani ki hamne sewa
jaisi bani
aa aa aa aa
jaisi bani ki hamne sewa
bhool hui to hogi hamse deva
aa aa aa aa
bhool hui to hogi hamse deva
teen lok ke tum bhagwan
aa aa aa aa
teen lok ke tum bhagwan
hum thahre naadaan insaan
ganpati bappa
hoy
ganpati bappa
agle baras tum jaldi aana
jaldi aana aa aa aa
ganpati bappa
agle baras tum jaldi aana
jaldi aana

hote ho tum jab mehmaan
ghar laage mandir ke samaan
ganpati bappa
hoy
ganpati bappa
agle baras tum jaldi aana
jaldi aana


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

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A stalwart of many talents, a multi faceted personality who was single handedly responsible for bringing to life the endeavors of Assamese cinema, bringing international recognition to the age old music and culture of far eastern India.

Remembering Dr Bhupen Hazrika on the anniversary of his birth – he would have been 96 today. He is known as ‘Shudha Kontho’ – the one with the nectar of amrit (shudha, sudha) in his throat.

He was born in Sadiya, Assam in 1926. Even as a child, his musical and singing talents were evident. In 1939, at the tender age of 12, he recorded his first song for the Assamese talkie film ‘Indramalati’ (1939). His traveled to faraway Benaras for his education (BA and MA degrees in Political Science, 1944 and 1946), and then to the US for his PhD to New York (Columbia University, 1952). However, the association that was established in childhood would be sustained and strengthened over the years. 

He became recognized as a renowned film maker in the east. As a renowned musician, and a multi lingual lyricist and vocalist, he was the representative face of the music and culture of that region. And more than that, he was the cultural ambassador of India to the rest of the world.

Many awards and accolades came to him throughout his illustrious career, most notable being the Sangeet Natak Academy award in 1987, Dadasaheb Phalke lifetime achievement award in 1993, and the Padma Bhushan in 2001. He was the president of the Sangeet Natak Academy from 1999 to 2004. As a creator of films and film music, he has been conferred many honors by film associations and critics associations in the US, Japan, Bangladesh, besides India.

Bhupen Hazarika breathed his last on 5th November, 2011.

‘Rudaali’, a 1993 production by the feminist film maker and director, Kalpana Lajmi, is a story about the life and tribulations of Shanichari (Dimple Kapadia), a poor woman, abandoned by her own family as a child, and later in life, abandoned by the man whom she loves. A caustic and a weather beaten personality, her life is dogged by one misfortune after another. But the character within is stronger than steel, and she faces the world without a tear in her eye. The strength of her resolve is at conflict with her profession of a mourning woman, rudaali, in the villages of interior Rajasthan. The film is a powerful commentary on the traditional status of women in rural India. The film itself, and the portrayal if the central character by Dimple Kapadia, has won many awards and recognitions, both national and international.

The lyrics of this film are penned by Gulzar, and the haunting music is from the mind of Bhupen Hazarika. This particular song is rendered both by Bhupen Hazarika and Lata Mangeshkar. The deep baritone voice of Bhupen Hazarika so strongly brings to life the powerful verses.

The song tells about the personal sorrows and tribulations of the protagonist – Shanichari, a rudaali woman in rural Rajasthan. Bhupen Hazarika version plays in the background, as we the entire life of Shanichari crumbling and wasted around her. We see her sitting next to her husband’s funeral pyre, slowly removing all her jewellery and adornments. Later in the song, she is face to face with Raj Babbar, her lover, who has also abandoned her. The words are so evocative and portray the sadness that reigns inside her. “Teri Oonchi Ataari, Maine Pankh Liye Katvaaye” – your adobe is at such a height, and the miserable me has shorn off her wings.

A deeply moving experience about life itself.

Bhupen Hazaarika Version

Lata Mangeshkar Version

Song – Dil Hoom Hoom Kare Ghabraaye  (Rudaali) (1993) Singer – Bhupen Hazaarika, Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Gulzar, MD – Bhupen Hazarika

Lyrics

Bhupen Hazarika version

dil hoom hoom kare ghabraaye,
ghan dham dham kare garjaaye
ik boond tabhi paani ki
mori akhiyon se barsaaye
dil hoom hoom kare ghabraaye

teri jhori daarun
sab sookhe paat jo aaye
tera chhua laage
meri sookhi daal hariaaye
dil hoom hoom kare ghabraaye

jis tan ko chhua tune
us tan ko chhupaaun
jis mann ko lagey naina
woh kisko dikhaaun
o more chandrama aaa
teri chaandani ang jalaaye
oonchi tor ataari
maine pankh liye katwaaye

dil hoom hoom kare ghabraaye,
ghan dham dham kare garjaaye
ek boond kabhi paani ki
mori akhiyon se barsaaye
dil hoom hoom kare ghabraaye

Lata Mangeshkar version

dil hoom hoom kare ghabraaye,
ghan dham dham kare garjaaye
ik boond tabhi paani ki
mori akhiyon se barsaaye
dil hoom hoom kare ghabraaye

teri jhori daarun
sab sookhe paat jo aaye
tera chhua laage
meri sookhi daal hariaaye
dil hoom hoom kare ghabraaye

jis tan ko chhua tune
us tan ko chhupaaun
jis mann ko lagey naina
woh kisko dikhaaun
o more chandrama aaa
teri chaandani ang jalaaye
teri oonchi ataari
maine pankh liye katwaaye

dil hoom hoom kare ghabraaye,
ghan dham dham kare garjaaye
ek boond kabhi paani ki
mori akhiyon se barsaaye
dil hoom hoom kare ghabraaye

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir Kapur)
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भूपेन हज़ारीका

दिल हूम हूम करे घबराए
घन धम धम करे गरजाये
इक बूंद तभी पानी की
मोरी अखियों से बरसाए
दिल हूम हूम करे घबराए

तेरी झोरी डारूं
सब सूखे पात जो आए
तेरा छुआ लागे
मेरी सूखी डाल हरीआये
दिल हूम हूम करे घबराए

जिस तन को छुआ तूने
उस तन को छुपाऊँ
जी मन को लागे नैना
वो किसको दिखाऊँ
ओर मोरे चन्द्रमा आ
तेरी चाँदनी अंग जलाए
ऊंची तोर अटारी
मैंने पंख लिए कटवाए

दिल हूम हूम करे घबराए
घन धम धम करे गरजाये
इक बूंद तभी पानी की
मोरी अखियों से बरसाए
दिल हूम हूम करे घबराए

लता मंगेशकर

दिल हूम हूम करे घबराए
घन धम धम करे गरजाये
इक बूंद तभी पानी की
मोरी अखियों से बरसाए
दिल हूम हूम करे घबराए

तेरी झोरी डारूं
सब सूखे पात जो आए
तेरा छुआ लागे
मेरी सूखी डाल हरीआये
दिल हूम हूम करे घबराए

जिस तन को छुआ तूने
उस तन को छुपाऊँ
जी मन को लागे नैना
वो किसको दिखाऊँ
ओर मोरे चन्द्रमा आ
तेरी चाँदनी अंग जलाए
तेरी ऊंची अटारी
मैंने पंख लिए कटवाए

दिल हूम हूम करे घबराए
घन धम धम करे गरजाये
इक बूंद तभी पानी की
मोरी अखियों से बरसाए
दिल हूम हूम करे घबराए


This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, 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 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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The years 1980s and 90s were the golden period of TV serials which used to be telecast on National Doordarshan Channel.  The TV Serials of these period might have been lacking in technical specs as compared with that of the current TV serials. But what made these Doordarshan serials very popular was that they were mostly based on down to earth story lines, the good directions, the good performances of the lead and supporting actors and above all the absence of the present TRP dominated TV industry. These factors have made the TV serials of yore unforgettable for most of the the viewers including me. And the proof is that most of these serials had repeat telecasts on a number of times keeping in view the response from the viewers.

Apart from ‘Ramayan’ and ‘Mahabharat’ TV serials which I had watched in my middle-aged years, I had, more or less, regularly watched TV serials like ‘Hum Log’ (1984), ‘Ye Jo Hai Zindagi’ (1984), ‘Karamchand’ (1985), ‘Buniyaad’ (1986), ‘Nukkad’ (1986), ‘Wagle Ki Duniya’ (1988), ‘Gul Gulshan Gulfaam’ (1991), ‘Dekh Bhai Dekh’ (1993), ‘Byomkesh Bakshi’ (1993), ‘Farmaan’ (1994) and ‘Shriman Shrimati’ (1994) etc. For me, watching these serials now on the video sharing platforms, is like reliving my old memories. Those were the days when almost entire family members would sit together in a single room to watch their favorite TV Serials.

‘Farmaan’ (1994) was one of the TV serials of the golden period which I had watched on the TV without missing any of the 14 episodes. The story of the serial was based on the Urdu novel ‘Alampanah’ written by the well-known Urdu writer-poet, Rafia Manzoorul Amin (1930-2008) on the Nawabi culture of Hyderabad which has changed after 1947 and the financial challenges they faced. The serial was produced by Gul Anand for Doordarshan who, apart from producing mainstream Bollywood films, had also produced some off-beat Hindi films such as ‘Khatta-Meetha’ (1978), ‘Chasm-e-Buddoor’ (1981) and ‘Chatran’ (1988). Lekh Tandon who had directed box office successful films like ‘Professor’ (1962), ‘Amrapali’ (1966), ‘Jhuk Gaya Aasmaan’ (1968), ‘Prince’ (1969), ‘Dulhan Wahi Jo Piya Man Bhaaye’ (1977), ‘Agar Tum Na Hote’ (1983) among others, directed this TV serial. This was Lekh Tandon’s 4th TV Serials for Doordarshan, the first being ‘Dil Dariya’ (1988) in which he gave Shahrukh Khan his first break as an actor.

Recently, I watched 11 of the 14 episodes of ‘Farmaan’ on a video sharing platform which were uploaded by Prasaar Bharati after re-mastering the VHS tapes of the serial. I watched the remaining 3 episodes in an old video format with less than average audio and video quality. The main cast of ‘Farmaan’ includes Kanwaljit Singh, Deepika Deshpande, Vineeta Malik, Raja Bundela, Navin Nischol, Kalpana Iyer, Neha Sharad, Savita Bajaj etc. In addition, there were about a dozen actors from Hyderabad who played the subsidiary roles in the serial.

The story starts with 23-year old Aiman Shahab (Deepika Deshpande) getting down from the train at Begumpet railway station and proceeding to a Nawabi Palace in a cycle-rickshaw for an interview with Badi Sarkar (Vineeta Malik), a widow and the  matriarch of the royal family who is looking for an English knowing Assistant to help her in day-to-day work. She is selected and provided accommodation in the Palace. Azar Nawab (Kanwaljit Singh), the only son of Badi Sarkar looks after the business interest of the family. Other occupants of the Palace Estate are – Tasneem Pasha (Kalpana Iyer), the step sister of Badi Sarkar and a widow; Shahana (Neha Sharad), daughter of Tanseem Pasha; and Basharat Nawab (Raja Bundela). They are financially dependent on Badi Sarkar and mostly while away their time in a care-free manner. Both Tasneem Pasha and her daughter, Shahana have a close friend, Mukhtar Nawab who is disliked by Badi Sarkar because he was the person who induced her husband, Bade Nawab to gambling and lost a lot of money. Waqar Chand (Navin Nischol), the younger brother of Bade Nawab stays in a separate cottage within the Palace Estate. Waqar had been ordered by Bade Nawab not to visit the Palace because he had chosen the profession as an artist. But the actual reason is quite different – he was in love with Badi Sarkar before she got married to Bade Nawab. Waqar Chand also does not want any one to visit his cottage and stays as a recluse bachelor doing painting as his hobby, away from the family of Badi Sarkar.

Over a period of time, Aiman Shahab who was looking timid and unsure of her self confidence in an alien atmosphere, develops friendship with the care-free Basharat Nawab who become her informal guide for the city tour. Everyone in the Palace and in the office like her. Aiman has become indispensable for Badi Sarkar. However, she has problems with Azar Nawab. Her very first encounter with him in a wedding function where he behaves as a predator by forcefully embracing her, develops hatred for him. Her second encounter with him is also not good when he objects and pushes her out for using his estate for her hobby of doing some paintings which she was encouraged to pursue by none other than Waqar Chand. This trend continues for most of the part of the serial whenever they meet each other – professionally or personally. In fact, the aim of Azar Nawab in finding faults with Aiman and passing sarcastic comments seems to reminds her that after all she is sub-servient to Badi Sarkar and to him. But Aiman also gives back her responses to Azar in the same tone to keep him in check.

But behind the façade of the egoism, ruthlessness and sarcasm, Azar Nawab has developed a soft corner for Aiman without she being aware of it. Over a period of time, she also gets impression that inwardly, he is a good human being based on a couple of incidents. For instance, Azar takes out his jeep to follow Aiman to pick her up when he comes to know that she has gone for a walk to the forest area which is infested with wild animals. The second time, when she gets a surprise gift from Azar in which she finds a photo frame of her childhood picture with her deceased parents when he comes to know that  Aiman had lost her mother when she was a child and her father when she was in college. Azar had made an all out efforts to get that picture for her from Bengaluru where she was staying with her aunt before taking the present assignment in Hyderabad. Their confrontational attitudes develop into a subtle romance.

After the death of Waqar Chand, Aiman visits Azar Nawab’s office and hands over her resignation from the employment as she did not wish to work in the palace which is embroiled with some unpleasant happenings in the past. As usual, Azar Nawab gets rude with her but later cools down when he comes to know that she has no man in her life including Basharat Nawab. He embraces her not as a predator but as a genuine lover. He asks  her whether she loves him too for which she nods in agreement. And the serial ends with this scene.

In line with the story and the time period (post-independence period), director Lekh Tandon chose Hyderabad for major shootings and selected the actual royal palace and the cottage without much of grandeur to lend the reality of the situation for royal families in the post-1947 scenario. Some shooting was also done at Dandeli in Karnataka to cover Azar Nawab’s business interest in timber.  The costumes for the main actors were designed by Rafia Manzoorul Amin, the author of the novel, ‘Alampanah’ who kept them very simple. All the main actors had only the light make-up. This simplicity lent credence to the characters in the serial. All the main actors gave fine performances. The sleek direction which avoided overdoing romance and melodrama and the tight editing gave the serial the repeat value for viewers.

‘Farmaan’ (1994) has 6 songs including the title song, details of which are as under:

  1. Har dil ko sunaate hain farmaan muhabbat kaa – Bhupendar Singh, L: K Razdan, MD: Kishore Desai
  2. Piya baaz pyaala piya jaaye na – Khan Ather, L: Quli Qutab Shah, MD: Khan Ather
  3. Rehte rehte chup jhagadna haay re – Khan Ather, L: Unknown, MD: Khan Ather
  4. Yaad bole to takiye mein gajre ki baas – Khan Ather, L: Sulaiman Khateeb, MD: Khan Ather
  5. Bujh gaya dil mera – Khan Ather, L: Unknown. MD: Khan Ather
  6. Iss bazm ki thhodi si mehak – Warsi Brothers, L: Unknown, MD: Khan Ather

I liked all the songs of ‘Farmaan’ which fit very well in the story situations. Since I have to choose only one song for the presentation,  I have selected  the song, “Yaad Bole ToTakiye Mein Gajre Ki Baas”. It is written by a well-known Dakkhini shayar, Sulaiman Khateeb (1942-1978) who has used some beautiful metaphors for ‘yaad’ (memory) in simple words.

The song is rendered by Amir Mohammed Khan Ather (1953 -13/12/2020), popularly known as Khan Ather) who had also composed music for the song. He was a well-known Hyderabad-based ghazal singer and a die-hard fan of Mohammed Rafi. Since Rafi’s death on July 31, 1980, Khan Ather would pay tributes to the him every year on July 31st by organizing ‘Yaad-E-Rafi’ concerts in which he would sing songs rendered by Rafi Sahab.

 

Song – Yaad Bole To Takiye Mein Gajre Ki Baas (Farmaan)(TV) (1994) Singer – Amir Mohammed Khan Ather, Lyrics – Sulaiman Khateeb, MD – Amir Mohammed Khan Ather

Lyrics

yaad bole to
yaad bole to
yaad bole to takiye mein gajre ki baas
yaad bole to
yaad bole to
yaad bole to takiye mein gajre ki baas
yaad bole to
yaad bole to
jaise kewade ka kaanta kaleje ke paas
yaad bole to
yaad bole to

yaad bole to bachpan mein chhode so gaaon
jaise panghat ke paani mein Radha ki chhaaon
yaad bole to khaali diwaane ka khwaab
ek bachche kaa jaise adhoora jawaab

yaad bole to palkaan po aansoo ki loat
kaale baadal po chaandi ki chamkili goat
yaad rote so aankhiaan mein gori ka roop
jaise padte so paani mein halki si dhoop

yaad bole to aansoo ki tooti ladi
ghup andhaare mein chhooti huyi phooljhadi
yaad bole to juhi ki khilti kali
sote baalak ke honthon po jaise hansi

yaad bole to akhiyaan jhukaane ka naam
ek naqsha bana ko mitaane kaa naam
yaad bole to dil mein chhupaane ki baat
chup zara soch ko muskuraane ki baat
chup zara soch ko muskuraane ki baat

yaad bole to
yaad bole to
yaad bole to
yaad bole to

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir Kapur)
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याद बोले तो
याद बोले तो
याद बोले तो तकिये में गजरे की बास
याद बोले तो
याद बोले तो
याद बोले तो तकिये में गजरे की बास
याद बोले तो
याद बोले तो
जैसे केवड़े का काँटा कलेजे के पास
याद बोले तो
याद बोले तो

याद बोले तो बचपन में छोड़े सो गौं
जैसे पनघट के पानी में राधा की छौं
याद बोले तो खाली दीवाने का ख़्वाब
एक बच्चे का जैसे अधूरा जवाब

याद बोले तो पलकां पो आँसू की लोट
काले बादल पो चांदी की चमकीली गोट
याद रोते सो आँखों में गोरी का रूप
जैसे पड़ते सो पानी में हल्की सी धूप

याद बोले तो आँसू की टूटी लड़ी
घुप अंधारे में छूटी हुई फुलझड़ी
याद बोले तो जुही की खिलती काली
सोते बालक के होंठों पे जैसे हंसी

याद बोले तो अखियाँ झुकाने का नाम
एक नक़्शा बना को मिटाने का नाम
याद बोले तो दिल में छुपाने की बात
चुप ज़रा सोच को मुस्कुराने की बात
चुप ज़रा सोच को मुस्कुराने की बात

याद बोले तो
याद बोले तो
याद बोले तो
याद बोले तो

Translation of some Dakkhini words used in the song

baas – बास : Fragrance

khaali – खाली : Only

loat – लोट : Stream

goat – गोट : Embroidery

padte so paani – पड़ते सो पानी : Falling water (Rain)

ghup – घुप : dark


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

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Hullo Atuldom

Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia was born on 1st July 1938 to a father who wanted the son to be a wrestler. The obedient son did go to the Akhada and trained with his father along with learning music and practising at a friend’s home.

Pt. Hariji has said once, and I quote, “he was not very good at wrestling but the training had helped him build up strength and stamina which has helped him play the bansuri (flute) to this day.”

Initially he was learning vocal music but switched to playing the flute and Bholanath Prasanna of Varanasi was his guru. After a few years, Annapurna Devi was his guide and that is when he turned to playing the flute left-handed. Panditji is the recipient of numerous awards including the Padma Bhushan and Padma Vibhushan. He has collaborated with Pandit Shiv Kumar Sharma since the 60s with albums like “Call of the Valley”. The Shiv-Hari combo gave music to a few Hindi films too, most of them from YashRaj Films.

Today we are wishing Panditji on turning 84 a few days back with a composition that is from Yash Chopra directed, Firoz A Nadiadwala produced and May 1993 released “Parampara”.

Much of the movie was shot in the famous boarding school of Ajmer -Mayo College. It starred Sunil Dutt, Vinod Khanna, Anupam Kher as the seniors. Raveena Tandon, Neelam Kothari, Aamir Khan, Saif Ali Khan (this was his debut in Hindi films) formed the young brigade. Ashwini Bhave and Ramya Krishnan were cast as Vinod Khanna’s wives – one chosen by him and the other by his father Sunil Dutt. Saif and Aamir were VK’s children who are educated in a boarding school where they sing today’s song. Anand Bakshi wrote the songs.

This is a song which has Amit Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar singing for the collegiates who are enjoying after “lights out” (I have seen this movie a long time back, hope I am correct?)

3rd July a very important date in the life of a singer who has carried the legacy of his family, in HFM. His uncle began as an actor who used to sing his own songs; most of which are popular to this date. I am speaking of the Ganguly family and the uncle I spoke of was Ashok Kumar. 3rd July happens to be the birthdate of Amit Kumar who was born into the Ganguly Family as son of Kishore Kumar (a singer-actor in his own league) and Ruma (who was also an actor-singer).

There are singers and people connected with the arts in Ruma’s lineage too -Ruma’s mother was also a singer. It is hardly surprising that Amit Kumar took to singing early in life. There are interviews available in public Domain where Amit Kumar has spoken about how he used to sing at Durga Pooja pandals and how his mother complained to his ‘Baba’ etc. Amit Kumar has also spoken about how his father “Baba” took him to Bombay (Mumbai back then) and how he began his journey. One thing about Amit Kumar is that he never tried to ape his father. His voice was distinct and we have a few duets of Kishore Kumar and Amit Kumar where the distinction is obvious (two of these are on the blog.)

We have had 58 Amit Kumar songs (only) on the blog. The categories listed on the right hand side of the blog show that he has had duets with all possible male and female playback singers. We also have songs (on the blog) where he has appeared on-screen. Today- 3rd July – we wish Amit Kumar on turning 70.

What!!!! did I say 70!!!! Unbelievable. He is still so youthful when we see him on the various reality shows as judge. He is his father’s biggest fan. And we are his fans. A very Very Happy Birthday Amitda.

Belated Wishes to Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia on turning an year older.

With this Shiv-Hari song from “Parampara” which makes its debut on the blog.

Video

Audio

Song-Aadhi raat ko palkon ki chhaaon mein (Parampara)(1993) Singers-Lata, Amit Kumar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Shiv Hari
Amit Kumar + Male chorus
Lata + Female chorus
Lata + Amit Kumar

Lyrics

aadhi raat ko
palkon ki chaanv mein
aadhi raat ko
palkon ki chaanv mein
chubh gaya pyaar ka
hey chubh gaya pyaar ka kaanta mere paanv mein
chubh gaya pyaar ka kaanta mere paanv mein
ho aadhi raat ko zulfon ki chhaanv mein
aadhi raat ko zulfon ki chaanv mein
ho pad gayi pyaar ki
haaye
ho pad gayi pyaar ki bedi mere paanv mein

pad gayi pyaar ki bedi mere paanv mein

aadhi raat mein rut paagal ho gayi
rut paagal ho gayi
rut paagal ho gayi
ho aashiq jaag uthhe
ho aashiq jaag uthhe
saari duniya so gayi
aashiq jaag uthhe
saari duniya so gayi

ho aadhi raat mein jaadu chalne lage
ho jaadu chalne lage
jaadu chalne lage
batti bujh gayi
haaye
ho batti bujh gayi
ye dil jalne lage
batti bujh gayi
ye dil jalne lage
ho batti bujh gayi ye dil jalne lage
batti bujh gayi ye dil jalne lage

aadhi raat ka ye mausam khoob hai
ye mausam khoob hai
ye mausam khoob hai
mere saamne

ho mere saamne mera mehboob hai
mere saaamne mera mahboob hai
aadhi raat hai baaki
ho aadhi raat ha baaki
haaye kuchh keejiyee
haaye kuchh keejiye
kuchh keejiye
aadhi raat hai baki
kuchh kijiye
jaldi se
o jaldi se
ubah na hone deejiye
jaldi se subah na hone deejiye

aadhi raat bhi baaton mein kho gayi
baaton mein kho gayi
baaton mein kho gayi
jaane do mujhe
re jaane do mujhe
ab subah ho gayi
jaane do mujhe
ab subah ho gayi

ho aadhi raat ko
ho aadhi raat ko
ho aadhi raat ko
kal phir tu aayegi
kal phir tu aayegi
kal phir tu aayegi
waada aaj ye
ho waada aaj ye tu karke jaayegi
waada aaj ye tu karke jaayegi

waada aaj ye main karke jaaungi
waada aaj ye main karke jaaungi
ho waada aaj ye tu karke jaayegi
waada aaj ye tu karke jaayegi

waada aaj ye main karke jaaungi
waada aaj ye main karke jaungi

ho waada aaj ye tu karke jaayegi
waada aaj ye main karke jaaungi
waada aaj ye tu karke jaayegi
waada aaj ye main karke jaaungi


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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Today, 20th June, 2022 is the birthday of our Respected Dear Atul ji. On this occasion we wish him a very happy birthday and a healthy, wealthy, peaceful and ‘full of musical life’ ahead. . .

Previously while selecting a song for this occasion we were specially looking for songs having ‘geet, safar, gaanaa, gaata chal, gaaye jaa, gungunaata chal, gaata chalaa gaya, etc. and words like these and/or similar words like these woven in a ‘philosophical’ song set up to convey the ‘musical journey’ of Atul ji and this blog. However today I am presenting a totally different song to celebrate this occasion with a rocking song and music, once again in a ‘Jat Yamla’ style. 😀

 Also today I will not repeat again what I usually like to mention about Atul ji and my feelings for him and feelings for the blog. I would only like that today he listens to and enjoys this song presented with this post here 🙂

I would once again say ‘Many Happy Returns of the Day to Atul ji’ and move forward to today’s song and its movie.

Today’s song is from the ‘1999’ movie ‘Dillagi’. Today this movie is making its debut on the blog. This film was produced and directed by Sunny Deol for his home production company Vijayta Films. It was presented by Dharmendra.

The movie has Sunny Deol, Bobby Deol, Urmila Matondkar, Dara Singh, Zohra Sehgal, Harish Patel, Kulbhushan Kharbanda, Reema, Vijay Kashyap, Sushmita Mukherjee, Deepshikha, Vaibhavi Raut, Rajshri Solanki, Dimple Inamdar, Goldie Choudhary, Raj Zutshi, Alistar Woodham, Pervinder Gujral, Kanika Shivpuri, Tora Khasgir, Narinder Kaur, Shefali Ganguly, Mac Singh, Raspal Virdee, Steve Nijjar, Bebz Jetha, Col. Kapoor, Jasbir Thandi, Prakash Agarwal, Nirmal, Master Anand, Master Mayank, Master Deepak, Master Arbaaz, and others. New actors introduced in this movie are Praveen Dabas, Amrik Randhawa, Apsara Iyengar, Denise Butler. The movie also has Surekha Sikri in a Guest Apprearance and Preity Zinta in a Special Appearance.

Screenplay of this movie was written by Sutanu Gupta. Dialogues of this movie were written by Sanjay Masoom. Editing of this movie was done by Keshav Naidu. This movie was passed by Censor Board on 08.11.1999.

This movie has as many as eleven songs . Lyrics for this movie are written by Javed Akhtar, Sukhwinder Singh, and Tejpal Kaur. Music for this movie is composed by Jatin-Lalit, Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy, Sukhwinder Singh, and Anand-Milind. We will know more about this movie in the future when the other songs of this movie are discussed on the blog.

Lyricist for the today’s song is Sukhwinder Singh who has also composed this song. The singing voices are Mahendra Kapoor, Shankar Mahadevan, Sukhwinder Singh, Mridula Desai, Mohini Brahmabhatt and chorus. It is picturised on Sunny Deol, Dara Singh, Bobby Deol, Zohra Sehgal and many other artists are also present there during the picturisation of this song.

Let us now listen to the today’s song and welcome this musical movie on the blog.

Once again wishing our Atul ji a very happy birthday today !!!

Dhoom Dhoom Luck Luck

Audio

Video

Song – Dhoom Dhoom Lak Lak (Dillagi) (1999) Singers – Mahendra Kapoor, Shankar Mahadevan, Sukhwinder Singh, Mridula Desai, Mohini Brahmabhatt, Lyrics – Sukhwinder Singh, MD – Sukhwinder Singh
Chorus

Lyrics

dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak

aaja bhangde ch maar ke chhadaappa pair rakh
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
aaja bhangde ch maar ke chhadaappa pair rakh
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
aaja bhangde ch maar ke chhadaappa pair rakh
aaja bhangech maarke
chhadaappa pair rakh
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak

ho o tere chehre pe laakhon sitaare mitra
tujhe dekh ke dilon ki ho jaaye dhak dhak
i want to step in for good luck
and let me try this dhoom lak lak

dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
aaja bhangde ch maar ke chhadaappa pair rakh
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
ho o o o
ho o ho o o
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak

putt jattan di bhangde de jad sajnaa raunak lag di
sajnaa raunak lag dii
rut mastaani khol ke zulfaan mehfil de vich nachdi
mehfil de vich nachdi

dola ve dola
haay dola
aaja dove nachiye
haay dola

dola ve dola
haay dola
aa ha aaja dove nachiye
haay dola

he rut mastaani
haay dola
husn ki raani
haay dola
hoy halle ta jawaani
haay dola
he he ae ae
badi deewaani
haay dola

ho ho o o o ho ho
laa laa laa laa laa laa laa
ho o o o o
laa laa laa laa laa laa laa

ho ho o o o o
ho ho ho o ho ho o

kehte hain duniyawaale
daulat ka rang sunehra
daulat ka rang sunehra
par dil waalon ki duniya ka hai
rang badaa hi gehraa
rang badaa hi gehraa

hey jaadugar jaadu kar jaayega
jaadugar jaadu kar jaayega
haa
pi ke gulaabi tar jaayegaa
jaadugar jaadu kar jaayegaa

sun patli patang
chal mere sang sang
patli patang
chal mere sang sang
ik baat kahe dilwaala
ke ghoonghtaa
ke ghoonghtaa aa
ke ghoonghtaa khol zaraa
main bhi dekhoon til kaala
ke ghoonghtaa khol zaraa aa
aa

dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak

hoye hoye hoye hoye
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
yaari yaari yaari
dhoom dhoom lak lak
aari aari aari
bruuaah
ke aj main pi leni
ke aj main pi leni
ye saari ki saari
ke aj main chak leni
aj main chak leni
pisti naar kunwaari
mujhe koyi naa roke ae
mujhe koyi naa roke
naa roke duniyaadaari
ke aj main chak leni
pisti naar kunwaari
ke aj main chak leni

paa ji ee ee ee ee
tussi top ho
top ho
top ho
top ho

main keya kaka ji
tussi India di hope ho
o o o o o o

dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak

dha tirkit dha …

dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak

dha tirkit dha ….

dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak

ho o o o

dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak

dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak
dhoom dhoom lak lak

o o o o


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

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In one of my earlier articles here, I had mentioned that the month of June is one of my most favorite months. There are several important days in this month and different anniversaries of our close ones too (including me 🙂 ).

Today 5th June is one such important day. It is the ‘World Environment Day’ today.

Here again I will repeat what I have mentioned in my post for the short song “Ye Hanste Huye Phool, Ye Mehka Hua Gulshan”  from film ‘Pyaasa’ (1957) written for ‘Environment Day – 2017’ and posted on the blog on 08.06.2017 (instead of 05.06.2017).

I am approaching today’s post in a different manner. Instead of going into the details of the environmental agencies, their history and purpose, the significant environmental issues being faced by humanity on this planet, etc. I am thinking of our Hindi films and their music. The nature is so intimately connected herein. We cannot imagine our Hindi Film Music without ‘connecting with nature.

 Well, for today I would like to make a little correction in the above lines. That year 2017 the theme of the ‘WED (World Environment Day) was ‘Connecting with Nature’ and I had tried to connect the same with the songs, lyrics and music of our Hindi movies.

This year ‘2022’ the theme of the ‘WED’ is “Only One Earth – Living Sustainably in Harmony with Nature”. So I would like to add here that I am thinking of those Hindi Films which carried a ‘message’ related to environment and our planet ‘the earth’. And since this is the blog of songs we need a song to connect this celebration today.

The movie of today ‘Aasmaan Se Gira’ (1991) has a message for all of us in its climax. Today’s song, though doesn’t exactly match the theme of today, it connects to the ‘philosophy of life’ and alerts us that ultimately our destination is ‘one’ and we have leave everything here. So let us leave everything in a good shape, better prospects, and in compassion to the humanity and nature.  Leave the ‘shad-ripus’ (kaam, krodh, lobh, moh, mad, matsar) to attain ‘moksh’. I have listened and watch this song several times and it is an enlightening song woven in comical situation in the movie. The movie also needs to be watched even though it’s a movie for children.

In today’s post I am not going into the details of this movie which I had mentioned in my earlier article with other song of this movie earlier on the blog – “Ghar Jaana Hai Mujhe, Ghar Jaana Hai“. A brief about this movie is given below.

A young prince is being trained for a time when he will grow up to become king. The lonely boy is frustrated at being kept secluded while being taught the art of statesmanship by great scholars. One day while frustrated he is crying for help ‘a strange little man’ arrives in his room.

This ‘little man’ is from another planet. His name is Trishanku. Trishanku was travelling to attend the wedding of his friend, but since the ‘rays of sorrow’ from the little prince caught him on the way he lands there to help the little prince.

The prince and Trishanku exchange views about their own worlds. Trishankhu is homesick and wishes to return back to his planet. He has his three friends from his planet who had earlier lost their way after coming to earth and then stayed back on the planet earth thereafter. Each one of the three knows the ‘part of the mantra’ that will allow Trishanku to go back to his home planet.

The two-escape trying to find ways for Trishankhu to go back. On their journey they develop a deep bonding and it is hard for Trishankhu to let go.

When Trishanku meets each of his three friends, each one gives him one part of the mantra which is presented in the form of a song and that is our song for today. It is picturised in three parts on Anil Kapoor, Sheeba, Sridevi, and Anupam Kher. The forth part of the song is picturised on Trishanku i.e. Raghuveer Yadav who is singing it at the ‘Jantar Mantar’ from where he is supposed to find his way to his planet after singing the ‘mantras’. In all the four parts of the song the little prince i.e. Master Abhishek is present in the picturisation of this song.

Finally Trishanku lands on his planet and he enters the ‘darbaar’ of his master (God of Outer Planet) i.e. ‘Baadshaah-e-Kahkashaan’ played by Amjad Khan. And, there we have the following conversation between ‘Baadshaah-e-Kahkashaan’ and Trishanku, where the master has a message for all on this ‘Planet – The Earth’.

Trishanku – takai t takai t takai t … main aa gaya ‘baadshaah-e-kahkashaan’,
                      andar aane ki ijaazat hai?

Baadshaah – aao … der lagaa di tumne, chuk gaye shaadi, yaad karte rahe sab

Trishanku – main kya karta, ve tinon itni door door thhe ek yahaan, doosra
                      wahaan , teesra jaane kahaan, badi mushqil huyi

Baadshaah – kya dekha tinon ne, pataa nahin … nahin laute… manaa kiya maine,
                       nahin maane
                       moorkh
                       bewaqoof
                       prithvi ke log
                      nahin samajhte
                      itni achchhi prithvi achaanak nahin bani… mehnat lagi.. koshish..
                      tum to thhe… yaad hain?

Trishanku –  haan yaad hain

Baadshaah – barbaad kar diya prithvi ko… tahas nahas… jung golaa barood
                         hathiyaar ladaayi … ped tod todkar nangaa kar diya prithvi ko
                         paani mein zehar … hawaa mein zehar …
                         mutthibhar log, hukumat karte karodon par
                         anaaj hain, bhookhe rehte hain laakhon… anaaj bechkar hathiyaar
                         kharidte hain
                         moorkh!  moorkh!!  moorkh!!!

Trishanku        theek kehte hain …lekin sabhi wahaan aise nahin hai …ek bachchaa hai
                            kautuk …main uski madad karna chaahtaa hoon

Baadshaah        nahin, nahin, nahin, hamaara kaanoon hai, rishta mat banana
                             prithvi ke logon ke saath… madad mat karna un murkhon ki
                             koshish ki thhi pehle kabhi, gayi bekaar… bhool jaao…bhool jaao o

 Trishanku –      theek hai prithviwaale dusht hain, lobhi hain, moorkh hain …ek doosre ka khoon choosnewaale hain, ek jhande ke pichhe aapas mein lad mar jaate hain, anaaj bechkar hathiyaar kharidte hain,  lekin sabhi aise nahin hain..kautuk jaise log bhi hai wahaan, usne yahaan aane mein meri madad ki … main bhi uski madad karna chaahta haoon…

(After this Trishanku tells Baadshaah how good and friendly Kautuk is and what consequences he may be facing after being alone now.)

Kautuk wants to play , wants to fly kite, wants to eat mango.. but Maasheela is such a cruel queen who has prohibited everything for Kautuk and he cannot even go out of his palace… saying this Trishanku breaks into tears and Baadshaah surprisingly asks him what is flowing from his eyes and why. Trishanku explains him that this is the ‘gift’ he got from the ‘people of prithvi’.

Baadshaah orders to bring Maasheela to his darbaar. And when Maasheela (Kalpana Aiyer) threatens Baadshaah of his life, the Baadshaah wants to kill her but Kautuk intervene and request Baadshaah to forgive her and he begs him for her life. 

Trishanku – dekha kitne zulm kiye hain is aurat ne is par, phir bhi ye uske praanon ki bheekh maang rahaa hai…ise kehte hain kshamaa, prem, kautuk jaise aur bhi log hain prithvi par, jab tak aise log hain hamen prithvi se naa-umeed nahin hona chahiye

(Maasheela hugs kautuk and is emotional. She asks kautuk to forgive her misdeeds. She showers her love on kautuk.)

This incident brings tears to the Baadshaah and he forgives all and with the following message…

jaao kautuk jaao… jab tak tum jaise log prithvi par rahenge …prithvi rahegi
jaao aur apne duniya ke logon ko samjhaa do…
aapsi prem khatm ho jaayega kuchh nahin bachega sab kuchh khatm ho jaayegaa

Kautuk returns to prithvi after taking a promise from Trishanku to visit him on his birthday every year.

This heart-warming film by popular TV and film director Pankaj Parashar stars a galaxy of Bollywood stars in guest appearances including Sridevi, Amjad Khan, Anil Kapoor and Anupam Kher.

Before we enjoy today’s entertaining song I just wish that may there be many such movies and may such songs which I can present for occasions like today. We need to have more movies to bring the awareness on issues of environment and pollution.

Yesterday, it was there in the news that people are throwing dead animals into canals… Many must have seen the dumping sites where every day garbage heap is dumped and which are slowly turning into big mountains …

And last but not the least … keep watching children’s movies in between … not necessary that all children’s movies are for children only. People can learn a lot from them.

Also I would like to request the film-makers that ‘meaningful movies’ on the issues around us can be made for adult audiences too and they should not limit this for the children only.

It is good to see that in recent years there have been movies coming on ‘environmental issues’ too. We will keep presenting songs from such movies in the future on the blog.

 

 

Song – Ghar Jaanam, Ghar Jaanam (Aasmaan Se Gira) (1991) Singer – Shailendra Singh, Suresh Wadkar, Kavita Krishnamurthy, Raghuveer Yadav, Master Abhishek, Lyrics – Kamlesh Pandey, MD – Louis Banks

Lyrics

Part 1

Shailendra Singh, Suresh Wadkar, Both

ghar jaanam

ghar jaanam
om
ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
om ghar jaanam
prithvi tyaagam
ghar jaanam
om ghar jaanam

ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
om
ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
om ghar jaanam
prithvi tyaagam
ghar jaanam
om ghar jaanam

lobh, krodh, mad
maaya
matsar
sar sar sar sar
tum tar tar tar

lobh, krodh, mad
maaya
matsar
sar sar sar sar
tum tar tar tar
tum sar sar sar
tum tum sar sar
sar sar tum tum
tumsar tumsar

sarvas tyaagam
ghar jaanam
sarvas tyaagam
ghar jaanam

lobh, krodh, mad
maaya
matsar
sarvas tyaagam

ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
om
ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
om ghar jaanam

prithvi tyaagam
ghar jaanam
om ghar jaanam


——————————————————————–

Part 2

Suresh Wadkar, Kavita Krishnamurthy, Both

saans baansuri

sari sari dha dhadkan
dha dha dhina dha 

saans baansuri
sari sari dha dhadkan
dha dha dhin dha
dha

tirkit dhoom tirkit dhoom dha dha

tirkit dhoom tirkit dhoom dha dha

[classical notations not deciphered]

dha tir dha tir dha dha
taa tir taa tir dha dha

dha tir kit dha dha
taa tir kit dha dha

dha tir dha tir dha dha dha
dha tir dha tir dha dha dha
dha tir dha tir dha dha dha

tatvamasi dha
shoonyam tha
shoonyam poornam
ghar jaanam

tatvamasi dha
shoonyam tha
shoonyam poornam
ghar jaanam

ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
om
ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
om ghar jaanam

ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
om
ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
om ghar jaanam

saans baansuri
tatvamasi dha
shoonyam poornam
ghar jaanam

ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
om
ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
om ghar jaanam

ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
om
ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
om ghar jaanam …

——————————————————————


Part 3

Anupam Kher, Suresh Wadkar, Chorus
Anupam Kher + Suresh Wadkar

ghar jaanam

ghar jaanam
om ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
om ghar jaanam
hmm hmm hmm

ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
om ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
om ghar jaanam

dhobi aaya
kapde laaya
kapde maaya aa
daag lagaaya

dhobi aaya
kapde laaya
kapde maaya aa
daag lagaaya

chintaa bikhri
dhoor pataas kar
khonch khonch kar
daag chhudaaya
dhobi aaya aa

chintaa bikhri
dhoor pataas kar
khonch khonch kar
daag chhudaaya
dhobi aaya aa

tv video
baingan aaloo
sab kuchh tyaagam
ghar jaanam

tv video
baingan aaloo
sab kuchh tyaagam
ghar jaanam

hi hi hi hi

chaadar maili
chalo utaaram
ghar jaanam

chaadar maili
chalo utaaram
ghar jaanam

ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
om ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
om ghar jaanam

ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
om ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
om ghar jaanam

dhobi aaya
kapde laaya
maya utaaram
ghar jaanam

ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
om ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
om ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
om ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
om ghar jaanam

————————————————————————


Part 4

Suresh Wadkar, Chorus

ghar jaanam

ghar jaanam
om ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
om ghar jaanam
prithvi tyaagam
ghar jaanam
om ghar jaanam

ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
om
ghar jaanam
ghar jaanam
om ghar jaanam
prithvi tyaagam
ghar jaanam
om ghar jaanam

aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa

lobh, krodh, mad
maaya
matsar
sarvas tyaagam
ghar jaanam
om ghar jaanam
prithvi tyaagam
ghar jaanam
om ghar jaanam

aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa

saans baansuri
tatvamasi dha
shoonyam poornam
ghar jaanam
om ghar jaanam
prithvi tyaagam

dhobi aaya
kapde laaya
mail utaaram
ghar jaanam
om ghar jaanam
prithvi tyaagam
om ghar jaanam



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