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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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3999 Post No. : 15097 Movie Count :

4145

Songs Repeated in Hindi Films – 4
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This song has been suggested by Peevesie’w Mom ji, for inclusion in this series. Interestingly enough, the original song from the ‘Disco Dancer’ was posted on our blog by herself only, on June 16th, last year. Last year she has posted this on the birth anniversary of the prime protagonist of this song – Mithun Chakravarty.

So when I initiated this series, she almost immediately connected with me, and sent me the link to this repeat song, with the request that I post it on the 16th June. But my bad – even though I did start preparing this post well in time, 16th June was not to be, due to other compelling priorities etc. So today, fourteen days later, we are sending in this very belated birthday greeting to this original Disco Dancer.

The original song appears on our blog here >> “I Am A Disco Dancer”. It is from the 1982 film ‘Disco Dancer’ with music by Bappi Lahiri, and singing voice is of Vijay Benedict. In this later version from the 2010 film ‘Golmaal 3’, the song has been re recorded in the voice of Bappi Lahiri himself. This version is shorter than the original by one stanza.

The interesting peculiarity, rather a unique feature about this repeat song is that on screen it is performed by the same artist, after a gap of 28 years. And so, it is an interesting comparison to view both these songs side by side. When he performed this song in 1982, he was all of 30 years of age. And the repeat – well in 2010, Mithun was 58 years old. The energy and the intensity of his dance movements of course has dimmed down quite a bit. In this latter version we are bringing on today, most of his movements are single move shots, standing at one place, very unlike the vigorous moves he makes as he bounces across the stage, 28 years earlier. But surely, kudos to him for still taking on this challenge, and making quite a good show of it. It is in his eyes – the intensity in his eyes is still the same.

As I am writing about this unique repeat song, I am also reminded of another similar repeat, that is actually a hallmark in the history of Hindi film music. Yes, I am reminding readers of the very first song in Hindi films – “De De Khuda Ke Naam Pe Pyaare”. That song, and its singer, has made an even more significantly unique record in the annals of Hindi film songs. Wazir Mohammed Khan, who has sung, as well as performed on screen, this momentous song in ‘Alam Aara’ in 1931 – he was destined to repeat it twice, as both the singer and the on screen performer. The film ‘Alam Aara’ was remade twice, in 1956 and then again in 1973. With the first rendition being in 1931, after 25 years, it gets reprised in 1956, and then again after another 17 years in 1973 – the second repeat coming 42 years after the original performance.

WM Khan was born in 1906 – that makes him just 25 years of age when he appeared in the original ‘Alam Aara’ of 1931. With a white turban and a flowing grey beard, this young man of 25 years played the role of a 70+ years old mendicant. In 1956, he was fifty when he reprised this role the first time. And then, in 1973, he was 67 years of age, when he played the fakeer yet one more time, singing the same song. Of course, the third time he did not need a make-up artifact – the white beard we see is his own. The very first song in Hindi films – repeated twice over, and by the same singer-performer, over a period of 42 years. This accomplishment in the annals of Hindi films is likely to go down in history – unmatched and unchallenged.

On another note, since I initiated this series, I have been getting some very seriously interesting suggestions from various readers of our blog, and other friends in my circle. Some very interesting songs are coming up as repeats in the next episodes of this series.

Regarding the film ‘Golmaal 3’, I am not getting into details. The Wiki page of this film carries a lot of good information. One interesting connect I made about this film. Although this song is credited to Bappi Lahiri, being the music director of the original, the MD of ‘Golmaal 3’ is Pritam. Full name of this gentleman is Pritam Chakravarty. So we have the MD and the lead player in the film – both Chakravarty. To top it, the name of the character role played by Mithun in the film – it is Pritam. 😀 😀

OK, so the 4th episode done, with a promise of a few very interesting ones to come up. Watch this space – 🙂 .

Song – I Am A Disco Dancer  (Golmaal 3) (2010) Singer – Bhappi Lahiri, Unidentified Female Voice, Lyrics – Anjaan, MD – Bappi Lahiri
Chorus

Lyrics

disco. . .   
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   

aa aa aa aa aa aa . . .

i am a disco dancer
i am a disco dancer
i am a disco dancer

zindagi mera gaana
main isi ka deewaana
to jhoomo
to naacho
aao mere sang nacho gaao
i am a disco dancer
i am a disco dancer

do din ki hasti mein
sadiyon ki masti mein
bindaas baaghi jawaani
dil pyaar se milte hain
aise jawaani mein
jaise miley aag paani
is umr mein kyon na
manmaani kar jaayen
masti ki raahon mein
hadd se guzar jaayen
ha ha ha haa haa haa
jahaan miley pyaar
wahin mere yaar
ho jaaye nisar
to jhoomo
to naacho
aao mere sang nacho gaao
i am a disco dancer
i am a disco dancer

disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer

aa aa aa aa aa aa . . .

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰

आ आ आ आ आ आ॰ ॰ ॰

आइ एम ए डिस्को डांसर
आइ एम ए डिस्को डांसर
आइ एम ए डिस्को डांसर

ज़िंदगी मेरा गाना
मैं इसी का दीवाना
तो झूमो
तो नाचो
आओ मेरे संग नाचो गाओ
आइ एम ए डिस्को डांसर
आइ एम ए डिस्को डांसर

दो दिन की हस्ती में
सदियों की मस्ती में
बिंदास बागी जवानी
दिल प्यार से मिलते हैं
ऐसे जवानी में
जैसे मिले आग पानी
इस उम्र में क्यों ना
मनमानी कर जाएँ
मस्ती की राहों में
हद से गुज़र जाएँ
हा हा हा हा हा हा
जहां मिले प्यार
वहीं मेरे यार
हो जाएँ निसार
तो झूमो
तो नाचो
आओ मेरे संग नाचो गाओ
आइ एम ए डिस्को डांसर
आइ एम ए डिस्को डांसर

डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर

आ आ आ आ आ आ॰ ॰ ॰

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This article is written by Nahm, 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.

Blog Day :

3886 Post No. : 14915 Movie Count :

4073

This song I am posting is from the 2010 movie ‘Aisha’ starring Sonam Kapoor & Abhay Deol.  There are other actors but the movie focuses on these two central characters.  It is about characters who do sometimes act out of character.   Aisha is a social butterfly, who dabbles into all i.e. baking, yoga, gardening, drawing, shopping, event management and match making.  In between all this she also finds time to jog in the morning and spends time at animal shelter.  Watching polo match is a foregone conclusion considering her upper class background.  Her charmed circle goes for picnics, stays in tents next to the river and goes river rafting to end the evening singing by the bonfire. She even goes pubbing and parties at farm houses in true Delhi style, in between bitching about a New York returned female colleague of Abhay Deol, who is a corporate slave according to Aisha.  Who wouldn’t want to do all of the above, if one was so inclined within one hour 🙂 .

Sonam Kapoor aka Aisha even goes shopping and transforms a small town girl, Shefali into a clone of herself.  So far as that Abhay Deol, tells her to rename the girl, Maisha or Naisha to rhyme with Aisha.  The film has more crazy antics that Aisha ends up doing. She has access to a tree house too, to sit in the balcony, and make up with the best friend she messed up with.   Wow, how the truly rich people live.  Who wouldn’t want a tree house, who wouldn’t want a real live tree in the house, for that matter.  We all have houses with lots of trees in native places, but cannot stay there.  We want such luxuries here, where we are.  This would be true at least for some of the regulars here, especially those in the metros.

Actually, the film starts and ends with a wedding.  Talking of weddings and looking for a wedding song is what brought me back to this movie, after seeing a whole gamut of Hindi film songs which are about weddings.  My first choice was “Mud Ke Na Dekho Dilbaro” from ‘Raazi’ (2018) which is already posted.   Couple of songs I would have liked to post were also posted like ‘Maaye Ni Maaye” from ‘Hum Aapke Hain Kaun’ (1994) posted Peevesie’s Mom.  “Mud Ke Na Dekho Dilbaro” is such a soulful song that I kept playing it in the office after it was posted back in October 2018.  My daughter’s wedding date was fixed for December 2018 and some colleagues / friends who knew it, were quick to point out the aptness of song for the upcoming wedding.

It was Peevesie’s Mom’s post of “Navraai Maajhi Ladaachi Ladaachi Ga” from ‘English Vinglish’ (2012) that gave me the idea of sharing all the good news on my family front.  So let me take this opportunity and congratulate Peevesie’s Mom and family for the important milestone and wish the couple a very long and happy married life.

Almost exactly a month before this happy occasion was the day of our family celebration with our daughters ‘nikaah’ solemnised.  It was our very first experience of personally being responsible for the organisation of an event on this scale.  It is said that man proposes and God disposes.  I have learnt in this event that things have their own way of slipping out of hands and God sends help in the shape of these good souls as ‘Rehmat ke Farishte‘ to save the day.

It was an exciting and hectic period for all of us.

Anyway, as my cousin who is also now daughter’s sister in law too said all that really matters is that the two people getting married are happy together, everything else is secondary.

Coming back to the wedding celebrations, it was my younger sister and brother in law, who did a lot of hard work getting this show on the road.  My daughter being the only girl child among us three sisters, my brother and sister and brother in law really wanted to make an event of it.  They rallied the kids and some adults in the family including my son to make short and cute singing, dancing cameo performances for the Mahendi function.

Alhamdullillah, the year 2018 has been an eventful and fortunate year for us, with my son’s success in NEET’2018 and being admitted in college of his choice in Mumbai and we cannot thank the Almighty Allah(swt) for all the blessings that he has bestowed upon us all.

How time has flown.  When I started contributing in the blog my daughter was still in school and my son was a mischievous hyper-active boy who needed all round supervision and attention.   Now it seems my husband and me both are almost daily try to remind him that he has parents too and he should at least try put in a WhatsApp message in the family group.  Frequently, his phone battery is discharged, or he loses the charger or sitting in the library where his phone has no range.

As the blog moves towards 15000 song post mark, I am trying to send a fair number of song posts.  Hopefully, my posts won’t need too much of proof reading.

This song from ‘Aisha’ has a mukhda fully in Punjabi, which was a bit tricky in getting the lyrics right.  Rather think that I have done a good job of correcting the lyrics which ‘Google’ came up with.  Javed Akhtar’s lyrics and Amit Trivedi’s music and Tochi Raina’s singing make this a good, if peppy number.  I think this Tochi Raina, making his debut in the blog is the same as Toshi Rana, a winner on ‘Indian Idol” years ago, back during my TV watching days.

Video (partial)

Audio (complete)

Song – Gal Mitthi Mitthi Bol (Aisha) (2010) Singer – Tochi Raina, Lyrics – Javed Akhtar, MD – Amit Trivedi
Chorus

Lyrics (Based on Audio Version)

gal mitthi mitthi bol
ras kaano vich ghol
bajne de taashe dhol
masti mein tu vi dol
mann de naina tu khol
chahat ke moti rol
dil haunda ae anmol
ye daulat se na tol
aa soni tainu chaand ki main choodi pehrawa
mainu kar de ishaara te main doli lai aanwa

gal mitthi mitthi bol
ras kaano vich ghol
bajne de taashe dhol
masti mein tu vi dol

jaanleva teri adaa
kaise na koi ho fidaa
tera ang sharaara
jaise mare lishkara
sohniye
dekhan ta dil dhadke
tann mein agan bhadke
surat aisi mannmoni
kiddan dasaan tu hai soni
heeriye
gal mitthi mitthi bol
ras kaano vich ghol
bajne de taashe dhol
masti mein tu vi dol
mann de naina tu khol
chaahat ke moti rol
dil hunda ae anmol
ye daulat se na tol
aa sohni tainu chaand ki main choodi pehrawa
mainu kar de ishaara te main doli lai aanwa

chaahne waala hoon tera
dekh le aidar zara
tu jo vekhe ik nazar
karaan lakkhaan da shukar
sohniye
dekh to keh ke tu mujhe
jaan bhi de dunga tujhe
tera aisa hoon deewana
tu ne ab tak yeh na jaana
heeriye
gal mitthi mitthi bol
ras kaano vich ghol
bajne de taashe dhol,
masti mein tu vi dol
mann de naina tu khol
chaahat ke moti rol
dil hunda ae anmol
ye daulat se na tol
aa sohni tainu chaand ki main choodi pehrawa
mainu kar de ishaara te main doli lai aanwa

gal mitthi mitthi bol

gal mitthi mitthi bol

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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गल्ल मिट्ठी मिट्ठी बोल
रस कानों विच घोल
बजने दे ताशे ढोल
मस्ती में तू वी डोल
मन दे नैना तू खोल
चाहत के मोती रोल
दिल होंदा ए अनमोल
ये दौलत से ना तोल
आ सोनी तैनू चाँद की मैं चूड़ी पहरान्वाँ
मैंनू कर दे इशारा ते मैं डोली लई आंवाँ

गल्ल मिट्ठी मिट्ठी बोल
रस कानों विच घोल
बजने दे ताशे ढोल
मस्ती में तू वी डोल

जानलेवा तेरी अदा
कैसे ना कोई हो फिदा
तेरा अंग शरारा
जैसे मारे लिशकारा
सोःनिए
देखां ता दिल धड़के
तन में अगन भड़के
सूरत ऐसी मनमोनी
किद्दान दस्सां तू है सोनी
हीरीए
गल्ल मिट्ठी मिट्ठी बोल
रस कानों विच घोल
बजने दे ताशे ढोल
मस्ती में तू वी डोल
मन दे नैना तू खोल
चाहत के मोती रोल
दिल होंदा ए अनमोल
ये दौलत से ना तोल
आ सोनी तैनू चाँद की मैं चूड़ी पहरान्वाँ
मैंनू कर दे इशारा ते मैं डोली लई आंवाँ

चाहने वाला हूँ तेरा
देख लै ऐदर ज़रा
तू जो वेखें इक नज़र
करां लक्खान दा शुकर
सोःनिए
देख तो कह के तू मुझे
जान भी दे दूँगा तुझे
तेरा ऐसा हूँ दीवाना
तू ने अब तक ये ना जाना
हीरीए
गल्ल मिट्ठी मिट्ठी बोल
रस कानों विच घोल
बजने दे ताशे ढोल
मस्ती में तू वी डोल
मन दे नैना तू खोल
चाहत के मोती रोल
दिल होंदा ए अनमोल
ये दौलत से ना तोल
आ सोनी तैनू चाँद की मैं चूड़ी पहरान्वाँ
मैंनू कर दे इशारा ते मैं डोली लई आंवाँ

गल्ल मिट्ठी मिट्ठी बोल

गल्ल मिट्ठी मिट्ठी बोल


This article is written by Peevesie, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog.

What makes a song beautiful? Is it its lyrics, its music, the instrumentation or the vocal quality? The best songs have all four in common, but some songs that we like can be for even one of the above reasons. A lot of people like to proclaim that the current set of songs do not have the same quality as older songs. I do not even know when the time period for new songs does begin and which songs get classified as old.
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