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Hullo to Atuldom

2nd November is the birthdate of Anu Malik, son of famous yesteryear music director Sardar Malik. Sardar Malik who is one among the forgotten stars of yesteryears and is not counted among the top five, but his works are still remembered. How can one forget “main gareebon ka dil hoon watan ki zuban” or “saranga teri yaad mein” or the Talat Mehmood classic “ae gham-e-dil kya karoon”; every one of them dipped in pure emotion and melody.

As the English say Anu Malik is a “chip of the old block”. Like his multi-talented father who could sing and was also a trained dancer in addition to being a composer Anwar Sardar Malik -Anu Malik- can also sing in addition to playing a few instruments and composing music. He is the favourite punching bag of the classes who fail to see that in addition to inspired (plagiarised) music his portfolio has more or an equal number of original and melodious stuff.

He had a lack lustre debut in 1977 with a (now forgotten) “Hunterwaali” a movie produced and directed by Mohan Choti. But his next two “Aapas Ki Baat” and “Poonam” had some good compositions. It can be said that Rajiv Mehra’s (son of F. C. Mehra) “Ek Jaan Hain Hum” did wonders for Anu Malik’s career as this was his first for any major banner. There were a few melodies in that movie too- remember the title song or “dil chahe aasman pe likh doon naam tera”? But just as people remember RD Burman for “aa jaa aa jaa” and “Mehbooba mehbooba” and not “Ghar aaja ghir aayi badra sawariya” or “tumne mujhe dekha ho kar meherbaan”, people can only think of “yeh kaali kaali aankhen gore gore gaal” or “ruk ruk arre baba ruk” at the mention of Anu Malik. People forget songs from “Border”, “Refugee”, “Viraasat”, “Mard”, “Asoka” etc. Why I have tried to show a similarity between RD and Anu Malik is when RD passed away he completed Pancham’s incomplete Mazhar Khan’s much-delayed “Gang” and “Ghatak” and there was not much difference in the styles.

Today on his 57th birthday I am spoilt for choice. I have a vast collection to choose from. And I chose a song from “Chamatkar”. Why? Obvious answer- it is a Shahrukh Khan movie. Our second birthday boy today is Shahrukh Khan.

Born and brought up in New Delhi; he is one “outsider” who was accepted as one of their own by the Hindi Film Industry; what I mean is he is neither related to anyone in the industry nor is he a star son. His achievement of name and fame is his own hard work and talent and a bit of lady-luck’s benevolence. In terms of audience size and income, he has been described as one of the most successful film stars in the world. Starting his acting career with the TV series “Dil Dariya” directed by the late Lekh Tandon (he passed away on 17th October, may he rest in peace) and “Fauji” by Colonel Raj Kapoor he was noticed by Hema Malini who launched him in her directorial debut “Dil Aashna Hai”. His first release though was “Deewana” where he played second lead to Rishi Kapoor. The same year we saw him in “Chamatkar” and “Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman” as also “Dil Aashna Hai” (it released after Deewana). And then as they say “rest is history” or is there for public scrutiny.

Today’s song is in the voice of Kumar Sanu, Sukhwinder Singh and Nandu Bhende. It is written by Anand Bakshi. The song also shows us how good a dancer Naseeruddin Shah is. 🙂 Chamatkar was directed by Rajiv Mehra for eagle films.

So, let us wish Anu Malik and Shahrukh Khan all the best for ever and a very Happy Birthday.

{Editor’s note: The first couple of lines of the song are followed by multilingual lines in Punjabi, Bangla and Marathi. Readers familiar with the languages are requested to suggest corrections/ help fill in the blanks as appropriate.}

Video (partial)

Audio (Full )

Song-Taak dhin dhin taak dhin dhin dhin (Chamatkaar)(1992) Singers-Kumar Shanu, Sukhwinder Singh, Nandu Bhende, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Anu Malik
Chorus

Lyrics (based on audio link)

dekho dekho dekho dekho chamatkaar
aaoge dekhne baar baar

(Multi language words in Punjabi, Bangla and Marathi)
ek ka do bataao
??
lage dande
?? le paiyyaajee
very pad

chomchom
lancha
paantua
chow cake
paao boley
bombai theke damdame
ude jaao chole
kolkaataaye
raat ki din
hardam mee loadshedding
chaanmaan chaanmaan
keno je ae mon ghoorchhe bon bon
ami bhaagchhi
?? hallo nakko
?? kholoo nakko boloo nakko
aayela mantar maaroon
mandir banaaooto
hansoo nakko
?? jaau ni
mantracha khucchi paahuni
kurkur kurkur kura
?? aswasth nana
basoo nakko

(multi lingual portion ends)

taak dhin dhin taak dhin dhin dhin
chum le chin chum le chin chin
taak dhin dhin taak dhin dhin dhin
chum le chin chum le chin chin
botal se baahar aa gaya jin
aa gaya jin
aa gaya jin
aaye hain sabke achche din
taak dhin dhin taak dhin dhin dhin
chum le chin chum le chin chin
botal se baahar aa gaya jin
aa gaya jin
aa gaya jin
aaye hain sabke achhe din
taak dhin dhin taak dhin dhin dhin
chum le chin chum le chin chin

jhooth mein sach mein socho toh toh toh
yaaron fark zaraa sa hai
jo kuchh dekh rahe ho tum tum
sab kuchh khel tamaasha hai

jhooth mein sach mein socho toh
yaaron fark zaraa sa hai
jo kuchh dekh rahe ho tum
sab kuchh khel tamaasha hai
duniya mein kya rakha hai
duniya mein kya rakha hai
duniya mein kya rakha hai
bas ik khel tamaashe bin
taak dhin dhin taak dhin dhin dhin
chum le chin chum le chin chin
botal se baahar aa gaya jin
aa gaya jin
aa gaya jin
aaye hain sabke achhe din
taak dhin dhin taak dhin dhin dhin
chum le chun chum le chin chin

chhote bade sab log bane
apni apni takdeeron se se se
par hum jaise muflis achche
aise kayi ameeron se

chhote bade sab log bane
apni apni takdeeron se
par hum jaise muflis achche
aise kayi ameeron se
haath bhare hain heeron se
haath bhare hain heeron se
haath bhare hain heeron se
dil khaali khaali lekin
taak dhin dhin taak dhin dhin dhin
chum le chin chum le chin chin
hey taak dhin dhin taak dhin dhin dhin
chum le chin chum le chin chin
botal se baahar aa gaya jin
aa gaya jin
aa gaya jin
aaye hain sabke achche din
taak dhin dhin taak dhin dhin dhin
chum le chin chum le chin chin
tak dhin dhin taak dhin dhin dhin
chum le chin chum le chin chin

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

Hullo to all in Atuldom

A very belated Happy Diwali to all those who I missed to wish. Hope it was sweet and well lit for all. We are into the new Samvat and here is the first birthday.

We all know this birthday boy as a winner of 14 filmfare awards. He has a significant fan following in Asia and among the Indian Diasporas across the globe. He is one who dared to pick villainous roles early on in his career –something like say Vinod Khanna or Shatrughan Sinha of the previous generation. He is the pet of the film maker who is considered the king of romantic films in the current era. His paternal grandfather was a Pathan and the family moved to India post 1948. He grew up in Delhi and was educated from schools and colleges there but his road to fame and fortune began when he joined the Theatre Action Group and was mentored by Barry John. Oh yes I am speaking of Badshah alias Raj (naam toh suna hoga?) alias Rahul alias Shahrukh Kkkkhan –like the way he said KKKKiran in one of his early movies.
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This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Hullo to all in Atuldom

I thought of putting down a few thoughts; that came to me in the last few days; on record. For one who is constantly Bangalore- Bashing as regards to the infrastructure etc, I must admit that it has given me a few PLUSes. I have been able to go for a few musical shows at some of the lovely Halls that Bangalore has. It all began with a show which was titled “Suno Mere Bandho Re” which paid tribute to S.D. Burman to the last one; about which I cannot stop myself from repeating about- where I saw my all time favourite Basanti. This is probably because of the changed working hours of the family members. I have found a little more free time here than in the period when I was a Mumbai-mother. Again the free time could be due to that fact that I go out very little on Social visits. So all things put together I find at least an hour or two to sit at my Desktop and read, listen to songs etc. This has also been the cause of my associating with the blog and getting to know a whole new set of Human Beings who have interests similar to mine. Of course for this I should whole heartedly Thank my daughter who stumbled on the blog.
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This article is written by K Satish Shenoy, 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.

I grew up in a small town where everybody knew everybody and also knew each other’s ‘kartoots’. I was young enough not to understand some conversations of grownups. On one occasion when I was at a fruit sellers shop, with my father, a prominent person came to buy mangoes. It was beginning of the mango season and they were very dear. The shop keeper asked him “Sir, is it for house no. 1 or for house no. 2?” I looked at my father and he warded off my questioning look and started examining mangoes on the rack.
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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.

Hullo atulites

I just returned from work and saw that we have a post for remembering Jaidev on his death anniversary. But none to wish the AR Rahman on his birthday today. So I thought let me do my bit. So here is a song from the 1992 “Roja” starring Madhu, Arvind Swamy, Pankaj Kapoor etc. This I had seen when my son was a little boy in arms and we were living in this tiny township in Tamil Nadu. The waterfall shown in the movie is in hills that were right behind our mill colony there. And I have visited it a few times in my 5 year stay there. Also today happens to be my son’s 25th birthday. All together a day of nostalgia. So I think this song fits the occasion as far as I am concerned.
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“Khel” (1992) was inspired from the English movie “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels”. This movie was directed by Rakesh Roshan for Producer R A Singh’s Shiv Shakti Films. The movie had Mala Sinha, Anil Kapoor, Madhuri Dixit, Anupam Kher, Sonu Walia, Bharathi(south), Prem Chopra, Sujit Kumar, Dinesh Hingoo, Mac Mohan, Shashi Kiran, Satyen Kappu, Aparajita, Alok Nath, Satish Kaul, Yunus Parwez, Vijayendra Ghatge, Kamal Deep, Bharat Kapoor, Vivek Vaswani, Rakesh Roshan, H.L.Pardesi etc in it.
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This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog.

I start this article with a confession that Hindi film songs of post-1980 period, by and large, are not on my search radar unless I come across some of them by chance. It was one of such chances that took me to a song ‘rooth ke hamse kahin jab chale jaaoge tum’ from the film JO JEETA WOHI SIKANDAR (1992). I was attracted by its first line of lyrics. The song was written by Majrooh Sultanpuri and that made me to watch the video clip. And what a sentimental song relating to brother-brother relationship! As I watched the video clip, some reminiscences of my childhood days flashed before my moist eyes like a slide show.
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Bollywood songs of 1990s and onwards do not quite strike the same chord with me as the songs of earlier decades do. But there are some songs of even 1990s onwards that are just wonderful to listen to.
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“Deewaana” (1992) was a movie starring Rishi Kapoor with newcomers Divya Bharti and Shahrukh Khan. One attraction of the movie was its songs.
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This movie “Deewaana” (1992) was one of the earllier movies in the career of Shahrukh Khan. This song was one of those songs that helped build SRK brand.
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