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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 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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Ganpati Bappa Morya
Pudcha Varshi Lavkar Ya

Ganesh Chaturthi is the festival celebrating the birth of Lord Ganesha. It falls on the Shukla Chaturthi (4th day after Amavasya) in the month of Bhadrapada of the Hindu calendar i.e. August-September of the Gregorian calendar. Now this is common to the whole of India. And everyone has their own list of prasad that they offer to the lord. And all the panchang reading elders will tell us that when the Chaturthi starts etc and for how many days the festival will be for (usually 10) but due to the lunar calendar that is followed there will be some ghatika calculations which will determine if the festival ends on the 10th or 11th day.

But thanks to Bal Gangadhar Tilak Maharashtra has a special way of celebrating it. There the devout bring home idols and do pooja for a day and half and give a send-off to their favourite god on the next day that is on Panchmi. Then there are also those who keep the lord in their homes for five days. In between they also have a Gauri sthapana and worship the mother and son together for 2 days and then see them off on the 5th day. That day is Gauri visarjan.

Then there are the Sarvajanik Ganesh Mandals. It is here that the youth get to show their ideas of decoration, event organisation etc. The mandals dedicate themselves to various causes and highlight this in their pandals. There is the usual bhajans playing through the 10 days of the festival etc. Then on the 10th day that means Anant Chaturdashi day there is the aarathi, the final pooja and then the idols along with all the flowers used for decoration etc are taken for immersion. The large ones are on open trucks and we have all the young revellers dancing to the beat of Nashik Dhols and recorded music and the cry of GANAPATI Bappa Morya filling the air space. (Environmentalists will call it high decibels of noise pollution). And there are the large numbers of people out on the streets till wee hours of the next morning waiting to see the last huge one immerse in the sea. If I am not wrong the last one is always Lalbaugcha Raja.

Lalbaug is a locality in the old Bombay region. This is where during the freedom struggle Balgangadhar Tilak had started the practice of community worship of the Lord as a way to protest the diktat of limit on number of people congregating.

Lalbaugcha Raja has a story of its own. It seems the market at Peru Chawl was shut down in 1932 effecting the livelihood of the fisherfolk and other vendors who operated from there. These vendors vowed to Ganesha for a permanent place for their market. The collective efforts of the councillors and prominent local residents of those times the landlord Rajabai Tayyabji gave the land for the existing Lalbaug Market.

In 1934 as a thanksgiving or fulfilment of their vow (Navasa in Marathi) the traders and fisherfolk came together to start this sarvajanik pandal. Since 1935 the same family -Kambli family- has been designing the idol which has kept nearly the same “sitting pose” over the years. The idol is always around 18-20 feet tall. The parts are made at their workshop in the adjoining lane and assembled in the pandal. The grand old man of the Kambli family then comes and paints the lord’s eyes. The decoration is always contemporary and this year it was “Chandrayaan”. The visarjan procession of Lalbaugcha Raja is eagerly awaited through the lanes that it takes to reach Girgaum Chowpatty. There are special trucks, trailers and boats with pulleys that help take the idol kilometres into the sea so that it can be given a proper deep-sea immersion to match its size.

P.S.: the details about Lalbaugcha Raja are from a documentary that I saw last week on National Geography Channel.

We had the N. Chandra’s “Ankush” (1986) which used the Ganesh visarjan backdrop to show the rivalry between two Ganesh pandals and how it erupts into street fight.

In Remo D’Souza’s “ABCD- Any Body Can Dance” (2013) we had a sequence showing Ganesh Visarjan. There was this wonderful dance number and the song was true to the Ganapati Bappa Morya spirit. The movie had a collection of dance freaks who were essentially a part of Remo’s troupe most of who are independent choreographers now. in addition we have Prabhu Deva and Ganesh Acharya, in major roles in the movie, present in this song.

I thought that this song is ideal for today. The song is sung by Shankar Mahadevan & Vishal Dadlani. The song is written by one Mayur Puri and Sachin-Jigar are the music directors. This means that this song would have qualified in the series of “Music Director singing for another music director list” that we had from Arunkumar Deshmukhji a few years back. (Both Shankar Mahadevan and Vishal Dadlani are music directors as we all know).

This is the link to the song:-


Song-Ridhhi Siddhhi Vriddhi Hoti (ABCD-Any Body Can Dance)(2013) Singers-Shankar Mahadewan, Vishal Dadlani, Lyrics-Mayur Puri, MD-Sachin Jigar

Lyrics

riddhi siddi vriddi hoti
haan tere hi aane se
aur sundar yeh srishti hoti
haan tere hi aane se
moraya… aaa
moraya…aaa
ganpati bappa moraya!
pudcha varshi lav kar ya

man ke andhere kone mein
jo danav chupa hai moraya
uspe hi jai ho toh digvijai ho
teri tarah moraya
ganpati bappa moraya!
pudcha varshi lav kar ya

ho… lakh koi de hunkare
lakh koi dhamkaale
ho oo
hum teri raahon pe chalte
hum nahi rukhne wale
mera deva devon ka devta
mazha deva devon ka devta
pair ye rukh ne na sar ye jhukne na dega
morya re moraya
ganpati bappa morya
shambu sutaya shambu sutaya
lambodarya morya
morya re bappa morya
ganpati bappa morya

devaa… aaaaa ho ooo

sajjan ki aas
durjan ka naash
tu kai sa bindaas hai raja
tu kai sa bindaas hai raja
teri ho puja phir koi duja
tu sab ka vishwas hai raja
tu sab ka vishwas hai raja
hoo… oooo
yun toh sabhi devoke aage
yeh sar jhuka hai morya
par apna hai tu
ghar pe humare aaya hai morya
morya re morya
ganpati bappa morya
shambu sutaya shambu sutaya
lambodarya morya
morya re bappa morya
ganpati bappa morya

gan ganganpati gaja mukh mangal
didikita didikita didikita dhundhun
ta ta tai tha
jai jagavandhan vakratunda daani daata
vignaharan subhakaran dhagina dha
vignaharan subhakaran dhagina dha
vignaharan subhakaran dhagina dha
dhum kita dhum kita dha dong dha dong
dha da kita tha
dhadong dhadong
dha da kita tha
dhadong dhadong
dha da kita tha
morya re morya
ganpati bappa morya

deva aaa aaaa aaaa

hey… jal mein, thal mein
shristi sakal mein
van mein, rann mein, kan kan mein
taru mein, tran mein, gaj mein, gana mein
morya hai har mann mein
hey rang ki dhaare, ras fuhaarein
chhal chhal chhalke sarjan mein
tej hai, bal hai, shakti prabal hai
morya ke darshan mein re bappa
morya ke darshan mein re deva
morya ke darshan mein hey..
morya ke darshan mein…. ho

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O rangrez

Posted on: July 25, 2019


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

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Sports biopic is a rare genre for Hindi film industry until recently. Producing a sport biopic film is like venturing into an uncharted water. However, the box office successes of ‘Paan Singh Tomar (2012) and ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’ (2013) have created a trend in Bollywood to produce sports biopic films on a regular basis. During the last 5 years, sports biopic such as ‘Mary Kom’ (2014), ‘Dangal’ (2016), ‘Azhar’ (2016), ‘Budhia Singh – Born to Run’ (2016), ‘M S Dhoni – The Untold Story (2017) and ‘Soorma’ (2018) were released. Some more sports biopic films have been in the pipelines for a long time. They include films on Dhayan Chand (Hockey), Saina Nehwal (Badminton), P V Sindhu (Badminton), Abhinav Bindra (Shooting) etc.

‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’ (2013) was a trend-setter in Hindi films in propagating sports biopic as a genre of film. The film was directed by Rakeysh Ompradkash Mehra with Farhan Akhtar as Milkha Singh – the Flying Sikh who was the first Indian sprinter to win gold medals in Asian and Commonwealth games. The screen-play, dialogues and songs were written by Prasoon Joshi. The film was a box office success to the extent that it logged about Rs,165 crore as global earnings as against the total cost of about Rs.30 crore in producing the film.

Unlike other genres of films, producing biopics, that too the sports biopic films are time consuming process as experienced by Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra, the producer-director of the film. True life stories required a lot of research. Finding a financier/distributor for the sports biopic film is equally difficult as this was an emerging genre of the film at the time of making the film. Lastly, finding a right type of actor to do the role of the sports biopic character is difficult. The actor needs to devote a considerable time to come into the physique and the mannerism requires for the character he plays in the biopic. Most of the top actors will not have time to spend for training schedules. Farhan Akhtar who did the role of Milkha Singh in ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’ (2013) had revealed during an interview:

I went through a tremendous amount of training for nearly seven and a half months before we started shooting, and then again for the entire duration of shooting, which lasted about 10 or 11 months. So I was under training for more than a year and a half. I actually lived the life of an athlete; I wasn’t just pretending to be one.

Farhan Akhtar also took Urdu lessons from his father, Javed Akhtar and Punjabi lessons from Gulzar to improve his diction.

I missed watching ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’ (2013) when it was released in July 2013 despite a high recommendation from my son. Recently, I watched the film on Hotstar and liked it. This is one of few films which I had watched on small screen in one go. I regretted for not having watched the film on a multiplex screen when it was released

The film has depicted the life story of Milkha Singh broadly reflecting three stages of his life from 1947 to 1962. In the first stage, he migrates to India as a 12-year orphaned boy from his village in Pakistan who has lost his parents, a brother and sister during partition. As a boy, he spends his childhood in Refugee camp in Delhi. His married sister takes care of him. In the second part, his grows into a teenager when he indulges in petty crime. He also falls in love with Biroo (Sonam Kapoor). But his girl friend would marry him only when he abandons his ruffian way of life and become a responsible man. Milkha Singh accepts the challenge and joins Army in his third attempt. The last part of the film is on his becoming a successful athlete (sprinter) after overcoming lots of physical hardships. He wins gold medals in Asian and Commonwealth Games but loses his Biroo as her parents had married her to a different groom. He also loses the medal in Rome Olympic but at the end he emerges winner in his life.

The director refrained from over-dramatising the emotional events following the partition. Milkha Singh has been depicted in the film true to his life having both good and not so good sides of his life. I never knew that Milkha Singh had a very traumatised childhood and had spent few days in Tihar Jail for petty crime, until I saw the film. For me, Milkha Singh was a ‘Flying Sikh’, a title which was given by General Ayub Khan when he defeated his Pakistani counter-part in 200m run in Indo-Pak Friendship Athletic Meet at Lahore in 1962.

By the way I noticed that the moustache of Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman which has become trendy, resembles that of Prayag Raj in the role of an Army Officer in ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’ (2013).

The mesmersing music composed by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy (S-E-L) is another plus point of the film. The album has 8 songs including one rock version of title song which is played as the credit titles run at the end of the film. I was unaware of almost all of the film’s songs except the title song ‘bhaag Milkha bhaag’ until I watched the film recently. I am sure, after ther release of the film, three of the songs namely, ‘havan kund maston ka jhund’ ‘zinda’ and ‘slow motion angreza’ must have become very popular with the younger lots as these songs are blended with rock music and rhythmic beats.

But what made me to write this article is one song out of 8 songs in the film which lingered in my mind for a long time. The song is ‘o rangrez tere rang dariya mein’ rendered by Javed Bashir and Shreya Ghoshal. Javed Bashir is a Pakistan-based Hindustani Classical, Sufi and Qawwali singer. The tune of the song is based on raag Khamaj which is generally used for virah ras (separation). Hence this raag is favourite of ghazal and thumri singers. Shankar Mahadevan has used Khamaj raag in this song somewhat in a lighter mood to sync with the romantic background of the song.

Another feature of this song is that though it is picturized as a romantic song, the underlying tone of the lyrics is Sufiyana. The song starts with salutation to Rangrez. The words, ‘Rang’ and ‘Rangrez’ have been widely used by Sufi poets. ‘Rangrez’ is a Persian word which means ‘dyer’ who colours the cloth. But Sufi poets use this word metaphorically for a Sufi Saint who imparts colour (knowledge) to his followers to be one with the Almighty. There is no difference between ‘you’ and ‘me’ in a same way when colour is applied to the cloth and they become one. Prasoon Joshi has nicely written three lines in the song under discussion to emphasize on the philosophy of ‘oneness’:

ek bhi saans alag nahin leni
khench lena praan iss tan ke
nahin rehna dooja ban ke

One more feature of this song is that in the interlude music, in addition to percussion (Tabla and Dholak) Bouzouki (Mandolin like instrument) and Guitar, a rare musical instrument called Esraj has been used. One can listen to the sound of Esraj in Video clip of the song between 1:33 and 2:05 which sounds like that of Sarangi. The reason is that Esraj (like Dilruba) is a hybrid musical instrument combining the sounds of Sitar and Sarangi. This instrument has rarely been used in Hindi film music as it has almost extinct from professional circuit by 1980s. Instead music directors like S D Burman, Roshan, R D Burman had used Dilruba. It appears that Esraj is one of music director S-E-L’s favourite musical instruments. They have used Esraj for musical compositions in ‘Manmarziyaan’ (2018) and ‘Raazi’ (2018) also.

Enjoy this ‘two-in-one’ song – a romantic song if one watches the video clip of the song and a Sufiyana song if one only listens to the song.

Video
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Audio

Song-O rangrez (Bhaag Milkha Bhaag)(2013) Singers-Javed Bashir, Shreya Ghoshal, Lyrics-Prasoon Joshi MD-Shankar Ehsan Loy
Both

Lyrics (based on audio clip):

o rangre…..z
o rangrez
tere rang dariya mein
o rangrez
tere rang dariya mein
doobna hai bas tera ban ke
haaye
nahin rehna dooja ban ke

ek bhi saans alag nahin leni
ek bhi saans alag nahin leni
khench lena praan iss tan ke
haaye ae
nahin rehna dooja ban ke

apne hi rang mein mujhko rang de
dheeme dheeme rang mein mujhko rang de
saundhe-saundhe rang mein mujhko rang de
rang de na
rang de na
rang de na..aa
o o o
apne hi rang mein mujhko rang de
dheeme dheeme rang mein mujhko rang de
saundhe saundhe rang mein mujhko rang de
rang de na
rang de na
rang de na.. aa

ghunghroo hai tu
main to hoon paaon piya
jha na na na nan
peepal tu main to hoon chhaaon piya
tabhi hoon magan
o.. naino mein bas chhab teri lehraaye
jhalke chhalke chhalke re

barse halke halke
apne hi rang mein
ho o o
apne hi rang mein mujhko rang de
dheeme dheeme rang mein mujhko rang de
saundhe saundhe rang mein mujhko rang de
rang de na
rang de na
rang de na..aa

maala mein aa tujhko piro loon
tujhe pehnu sajan
honthon mein aa sargam sa boloon
tujhe rat loon sajan
sajan tees meri pees de mujh mein hi
ghul ja
mill ja mill ja sajnaa

pighal ke mill jaa mill jaa
apne hi rang mein
ho o o
apne hi rang mein mujhko rang de
dheeme dheeme rang mein mujhko rang de
saundhe saundhe rang mein mujhko rang de
rang de na
rang de na
rang de na..aa

ni dha pa
dha re sa
ni dha pa
dha re sa

o rangre….z
(o rangre…z)
o rangrez
tere rang dariya mein
o rangrez
tere rang dariya mein
doobna hai bas tera ban ke
haay
nahin rehna dooja ban ke

apne hi rang mein mujhko rang de
dheeme dheeme rang mein mujhko rang de
saundhe saundhe rang mein mujhko rang de
rang de na
rang de na
rang de na aa

ho o o
apne hi rang mein mujhko rang de
dheeme dheeme rang mein mujhko rang de
saundhe saundhe rang mein mujhko rang de
rang de na
rang de na
rang de na aa


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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Colorful greetings to all readers and friends. May this festival of colors, bring happiness and good health, to yourself, and to everyone you know. 🙂  May these colors multiply and spread good cheer across every day in the calendar.

Happy Holi to all.

On this blog, we are celebrating the eleventh iteration of this festival. Statistics is one thing – apart from that, the wonderful fact is that the songs of Holi in Hindi films, seem like a supply with no end. Of course yes, when the films and their directors continue to add more songs celebrating this festival every year.

I bring to your attention, this wonderfully fabulous song of the spirit of Holi, from a really very recent film – ‘Ye Jawaani Hai Deewaani’ from 2013. This film was one of the most successful films of that year, and I am sure you must be aware of it, even though it is possible that your tastes and preferences are rooted in the 1940s and 50s which is the gold standard for melody and music in Hindi films. However, that does not mean that music of the decades after the golden . . . – well it does deserve credit. It does catch your attention, and the music and songs still grow into your mind to become darling memories.

Although I have myself not been paying much attention and time to the music of the current years. But quite decidedly, along comes a film with a blast of music that forcefully captures your attention, and insists on becoming part of your list of favorites. Something quite of this sort happened with this 2013 film, for me. And it started very much with this song.

After a long time, I must say, that I have encountered a song of this festival, that simply takes your breath away. The spirit of celebration, and all the emotions that uniquely make this festival what it is – is not so totally and carefully represented every time. But surely, this song does it.

There is color, lots and lots of it.
There is water – it starts off with that.
There is cheer – for every person who is part of this song, and everyone else who may be listening and enjoying it.
There is music – yes of course.
There is dancing – goodness you must be kidding.
There is ‘bhaang’, and there is noise.
There is a large dipping pool – nay, a large dunking pool.
Oh yes, there is “छेड़ छाड़” – chhed chhaad, there is “ज़ोर ज़बरदस्ती” – zor zabardasti.
There are fair maidens running away to save themselves from being smothered with color and water.
And there are insistent and forceful young charmers who will not take ‘no’ for an answer. Or rather they do not even care what the answer is – they will force the color into your face and hair. They will chase you, and run you down, and cuddle you – and they will be more insistent, the more resistance one puts up.
There are drums.
There is singing – very loud, yes.
There is nonsense lyrics – like “लट्टू पड़ोसन की भाभी हो गई” – lattu padosan ki bhabhi ho gayi.
There are meaningful verses – “ज़ुल्मी ये हाजिर जवाबी हो गई. . .” – zulmi ye haazir jawaabi ho gai.
There is “नोक झोंक” – nok-jhonk – that is very verbal and very physical too.
There is humor, and there is suggestive propositioning – like “अरमानों में बेहिसाबी हो गई” – armaanon mein behisaabi ho gai.
And there is flights of fancy.
And there is uncharacteristic expressions of festivity from unexpected quarters
And there is a glimmer of surprised realizations.
The matters of heart, unexpressed, are just beneath the surface sheen.
And of course there is a shock of unexpected and amazing realizations – yes, this could surely be it.
There is joy of shared happinesses.
There is a loud cheer of good spirit.
And everything, each and every one of these ingredients put together into the mix to convince you – yayyy, it is Holi – get colored, and get wet, very wet.

Amazing, simply and truly amazing – after a long time, comes along a new sound that astonishes the mind with the honesty with which the true spirit of the festival is so sweetly captured. Needless to say it – but yes, I am quite truly floored.

I have not yet seen the complete film. I got introduced to the songs of this film over the past many months. Especially this Holi song was forcefully dumped into my notice just about a year ago, yes around the last iteration of this celebration. Enthused as I was, I could not make and present a post in time for the festival; now coming around to it after a wait of a full year. Even with this passage of time, the charm of this song has not diminished even one bit. I simply do not seem to be getting enough of this song. 🙂

The lyrics are written by Amitabh Bhattacharya and the music is by Preetam. Singing voices are of Vishal Dadlani and Shalmali Kholgade. On screen, the song is performed by Deepika Padukone, Ranbir Kapoor, Kalki Koechlin, Aditya Roy Kapoor and a ton of dancers. Deepika and Ranbir are so truly convincing in the complete free form enjoyment in this song. The movie makes its debut on our blog with this song.

Wishing a grand celebration of this festival today, to all friends and readers. Go out, get doused in colors, make up some fun lyrics – like “लट्टू पड़ोसन की भाभी हो गई” types, and sing it out at the top of the voice. It does not matter – it is Holi. Just down one glass of bhang and then blame it for everything. 😀 😀 😀

Happy Holi – – – celebrate.

 

Song – Balam Pichkaari Jo Tu Ne Mujhe Maari  (Ye Jawaani Hai Deewaani) (2013) Singer – Shalmali Kholgade, Vishal Dadlaani, Lyrics – Amitabh Bhattacharya, MD – Preetam
Chorus

Lyrics

abbey chashmish

kaun chashmish

holi hai. . .

itna mazzaa
kyon aa raha hai
tu ne hawa mein bhaang milaaya

itna mazzaa
kyon aa raha hai
tu ne hawa mein bhaang milaaya
duguna nasha
kyon ho raha hai
aankhon se meetha tu ne khilaaya
ho teri malmal ki kurti gulaabi ho gai
tu chali chaal jaise nawaabi ho gai
to
balam pichkaari
jo tu ne mujhe maari
to seedhi saadi chhori sharaabi ho gai
o jean pehan ke
jo tu ne maara thumka
to lattu padosan ki bhabhi ho gai
balam pichkaari
jo tu ne mujhe maari
to seedhi saadi chhori sharaabi ho gai
o jean pehan ke
jo tu ne maara thumka
to lattu padosan ki bhabhi ho gai

teri kalaai hai
haathon mein aai hai
maine maroda to
lagti malaai hai
mehnga padega ye
chaska malaai ka
upvaas karne mein
teri bhalaai hai
ho bindiya teri marhagaabi ho gai
ke armaanon mein behisaabi ho gai
teri to
balam pichkaari
jo tu ne mujhe maari
to seedhi saadi chhori sharaabi ho gai
o jean pehan ke
jo tu ne maara thumka
to lattu padosan ki bhabhi ho gai

kyon no vacancy ki
hothon pe gaali hai
jab ke tere dil ka
kamra to khaali hai
mujhko pata hai re
kya chaahta hai tu
boli bhajan teri
neeyat qawwaali hai
zulmi ye haazir jawaabi ho gai
tu to har taale ki aaj chaabi ho gai
o o
balam pichkaari
jo tu ne mujhe maari
to seedhi saadi chhori sharaabi ho gai
o jean pehan ke
jo tu ne maara thumka
to lattu padosan ki bhabhi ho gai

balam pichkaari
jo tu ne mujhe maari
to seedhi saadi chhori sharaabi ho gai
o jean pehan ke
jo tu ne maara thumka
to lattu padosan ki bhabhi ho gai

haan bole re zamaana kharaabi ho gai

haan bole re zamaana kharaabi ho gai

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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अबे चशमिश

कौन चशमिश

होली है॰ ॰ ॰

इतना मज़ा
क्यों आ रहा है
तूने हवा में भांग मिलाया

इतना मज़ा
क्यों आ रहा है
तूने हवा में भांग मिलाया
दुगुना नशा
क्यों हो रहा है
आँखों से मीठा तू ने खिलाया
हो तेरी मलमल की कुर्ती गुलाबी हो गई
तू चली चाल जैसे नवाबी हो गई
तो
बलम पिचकारी
जो तूने मुझे मारी
तो सीधी साड़ी छोरी शराबी हो गई
ओ जीन पहन के
जो तूने मारा ठुमका
तो लट्टू पड़ोसन की भाभी हो गई
बलम पिचकारी
जो तूने मुझे मारी
तो सीधी साड़ी छोरी शराबी हो गई
ओ जीन पहन के
जो तूने मारा ठुमका
तो लट्टू पड़ोसन की भाभी हो गई

तेरी कलाई है
हाथों में आई है
मैंने मरोड़ा तो
लगती मलाई है
महंगा पड़ेगा ये
चसका मलाई का
उपवास करने में
तेरी भलाई है
हो बिंदिया तेरी महारगाबी हो गई
के अरमानों में बेहिसाबी हो गई
तेरी तो
बलम पिचकारी
जो तूने मुझे मारी
तो सीधी साड़ी छोरी शराबी हो गई
ओ जीन पहन के
जो तूने मारा ठुमका
तो लट्टू पड़ोसन की भाभी हो गई

क्यों नो वेकेंसी की
होठों पे गाली है
जब के तेरे दिल का
कमरा तो खाली है
मुझको पता है रे
क्या चाहता है तू
बोली भजन तेरी
नीयत क़व्वाली है
ज़ुल्मी ये हाजिर जवाबी हो गई
तू तो हर ताले की आज चाबी हो गई
ओ ओ
बलम पिचकारी
जो तूने मुझे मारी
तो सीधी साड़ी छोरी शराबी हो गई
ओ जीन पहन के
जो तूने मारा ठुमका
तो लट्टू पड़ोसन की भाभी हो गई

बलम पिचकारी
जो तूने मुझे मारी
तो सीधी साड़ी छोरी शराबी हो गई
ओ जीन पहन के
जो तूने मारा ठुमका
तो लट्टू पड़ोसन की भाभी हो गई

हाँ बोले रे ज़माना खराबी हो गई

हाँ बोले रे ज़माना खराबी हो गई


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

Blog Day : 3683 Post No. : 14584

Hullo to all in Atuldom

Recently I read an interview of one of my favorite lyricist in the Bangalore Times which was conducted on the sidelines of Bangalore Poetry festival 2017. Every time I read or hear him I start admiring him all the more. Last year on the occasion of his birthday I heard him on Gaana.com (an app supporting continuous song playback) and I was floored by his thought process. There he had said “I don’t like to say things like ‘Hamaare zamaane mein ye hua karta tha. . .’. One shouldn’t lament about the fact that the current generation isn’t repeating what they did. At least they aren’t repeating your mistakes in the process.”  He further went on to say “what do people mean hamaara zamaana, as long as you are living it is your ZAMAANA”. That is a nice way to look at life.

In his recent interview, he has said “Lyrics is commissioned work, it is my profession. But poetry is my statement to life. Something that I feel, I know, something that I have acquired from life, that is my statement, my poetry.” He further added “Film depends on something. It is like a job or work, something that I’ve been asked to do with perfection. For some particular situation, in a particular story, for some character. Here (for poetry) it depends on your (Gulzar’s) hard work on that character.” That was a nice way to explain difference between lyrics and poetry.

What I am doing is wishing the master of words- a poet, lyricist and film maker a very Happy 83rd birthday.

This song is dedicated to all fans of Gulzar who follow our blog. It is for the special attention of our Rajaji. I had just heard it before our first ever Gangout and I had mentioned it there. And he claimed ignorance about its existence. I don’t blame him for that or any of our fellow Atulites who are not forced to listen to the songs from this generation. I will never say that I am forced to listen to songs of the present times.

I heard this song over three/four years back (don’t remember where). I rushed home and searched for it on Google. And made my Peevesie listen to it and she said “haan, I have heard it. It’s a Gulzar song.”  So much for my excitement that I had discovered something which she may not yet heard. But the song has stayed with me since then. I stop surfing channels if I hear the song anywhere –TV or Radio. Its a very catchy song. Reminds one of “Mera Kuch Saaman Tumhaare Pass Pada Hai” from the Gulzar – RD Burman combo ‘Ijaazat’ of 1988. Only thing this one is from 2013 and has Gulzar collaborating with Vishal Bharadwaj in ‘Ek Thi Daayan’. It is in the voices of Sunidhi Chauhan and Clinton Cerejo.

Gulzar and his poetry never ceases to amaze me. He is always with the times. For an eighty-year-old his lyrics are always young. His ability to play with words is worth noting. . . ”Badli Hata Ke Chanda Chupke Se Jhaanke Chanda” from “Mora Gora Ang Laile” – ‘Bandhini’ (1963); “Aankhon Mein Neend Na Hoti, Aansoon Hi Tairte Rehte” from “Koi Hota Jisko Apna” – ‘Mere Apne’ (1971); to the modern day ”Ankhen Bhi Kamaal Karte Hai, Personal se Sawaal Karte Hain” from “Kajraare Kajraare” from ‘Bunty Aur Babli (2005); or the lines “Ho Itni Sardi Hai Kisika Lihaaf Laile Ja Padosi Ke Chulhe Se Aag Laile” from “Beedi Jalaile” – ‘Omkaara’ (2006); or the Oscar winning “Aaja Zariwale Neele Aasman Ke Tale” from “Jai Ho” – ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ (2008); – what a range. This young man has been in the industry since the sixties and shows no signs of regret (Bollywood was not part of his plans for life back then).

So here is wishing Sampooran Singh Kalra alias Gulzar Deenvi (after his birthplace Dina which is now in Pakistan) or simply put Gulzar Saab a very Happy Birthday.

With this song I also propose to wish Sunidhi Chauhan a belated Happy Birthday. It was on 14th August. More about her in a later post.

 

Song – Hum Cheez Hain Bade Kaam Ki Yaaram (Ek Thi Daayan) (2013) Singer – Sunidhi Chauhan, Clinton Cerejo, Lyrics – Gulzar, MD – Vishal Bhardwaj
Chorus
Huma Qureshi

Lyrics

hum cheez hain
bade kaam ki yaaram
hamen kaam pe
rakh lo kabhi yaaram
hum cheez hain
bade kaam ki yaaram

ho oo
suraj se pehle jagaayenge
aur akhbaar ki sab surkhiyan
hum gun gunaayenge
pesh karenge garm chai phir
koi khabar aayi napasand to
end badal denge
ho oo munh khule jamhaai pe
hum bajaayen chutkiyaan
dhoop na tum ko lagey
khol denge chhatariyaan
peechhe peechhe din bhar
ghar daftar mein le ke chalenge hum
tumhari faailen
tumhari diary
gaadi ki chaabiyan
tumhari enaken
tumhara laptop
tumhari cap phone
aur apna dil
kanwaara dil,
pyar me haara bechaara dil
aur apna dil
kanwaara dil,
pyar me haara..aa..aa..aa
bechaara dil..ll..ll

(jawaab do
arey lyrics nahin aate mujhe

Ta..daa!)

pappaa rappaa

pappaa rappaa

ye kehne me kuchh risk hai yaaram
naraaz na ho ishq hai yaaram
ho raat savere shaam ya dopehari
band aankhon me le ke tumhen
ungha karenge hum
takiye chaadar mehake rehte hain
jo tum gaye
tumhari khushboo soongha karenge hum
o zulf me phansi hui
khol denge baaliyan
kaan khinch jaaye agar
kha lenge meethi gaaliyaan
chunte chale pairon ke nishaan
ki un par aur na paanv padey
tumhari dhadkane
tumhara dil suney
tumhari saans mein
lagi kampkapi
na gajre buney
juhi mogra
to kabhi dil

hamaara dil
(hamaara dil hamaara dil)
pyaar mein haara
bechaara dil
(bechaara dil)
hamaara dil
(hamaara dil hamaara dil)
pyaar mein haara
bechaara dil
(bechaara dil)
hamaara dil
(hamaara dil)
kanwaara dil
(kanwaara dil)
pyaar me haara..aa..aa..aa
bechaara dil..ll..ll
hamaara dil
pyaar me haara bechaara dil
kanwaara dil
hamaara dil
pyaar me haara bechaara dil
kanwaara dil
hamaara dil
pyaar me haara bechaara dil
kanwaara dil
hamaara dil
pyaar me haara bechaara dil
kanwaara dil
hamaara dil
pyaar me haara bechaara dil

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
———————————————————

हम चीज़ हैं
बड़े काम की यारम
हमें काम पे
रख लो कभी यारम
हम चीज़ हैं
बड़े काम की यारम

हो ओ
सूरज से पहले जगाएँगे
और अखबार की सब सुर्खियां
हम गुनगुनाएँगे
पेश करेंगे गरम चाय फिर
कोई खबर आई नापसंद तो
एंड बदल देंगे
हो ओ
मुंह खुले जम्हाई पे
हम बजाएँ चुटकियाँ
धूप ना तुमको लगे
खोल देंगे छतरियाँ
पीछे पीछे दिन भर
घर दफ्तर में ले के चलें हम
तुम्हारी फाइलें
तुम्हारी डायरी
गाड़ी की चाबियाँ
तुम्हारी एनकें
तुम्हारा लैप टॉप
तुम्हारी कैप फोन
और अपना दिल
कंवारा दिल
प्यार में हारा बेचारा दिल
और अपना दिल
कंवारा दिल
प्यार में हारा॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आ
बेचारा दिल॰॰ल॰॰ल

(जवाब दो
अरे लीरिक्स नहीं आते मुझे

टा॰॰॰डा)

पप्पा रप्पा

पप्पा रप्पा

ये कहने में कुछ रिस्क है यारम
नाराज़ ना हो इश्क़ है यारम
हो रात सवेरे शाम या दोपहरी
बंद आँखों में लेके तुम्हें
ऊँघा करेंगे हम
तकिये चादर महके रहते हैं
जो तुम गए
तुम्हारी खुशबू सूंघा करेंगे हम
ओ जुल्फ में फांसी हुई
खोल देंगे बालियाँ
कान खिंच जाये अगर
खा लेंगे मीठी गालियां
चुनते चले पैरो के निशान
के उन पे और ना पाँव पड़े
तुम्हारी धड़कने
तुम्हारा दिल सुने
तुम्हारी सांस में
लगी कंपकपी
ना गजरे बुने
जुही मोगरा
तो कभी दिल

हमारा दिल
(हमारा दिल हमारा दिल)
प्यार में हारा
बेचारा दिल
(बेचारा दिल)
हमारा दिल
(हमारा दिल)
कंवारा दिल
(कंवारा दिल)
प्यार में हारा॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आ
बेचारा दिल॰॰ल॰॰ल॰॰ल॰॰ल
हमारा दिल
प्यार में हारा बेचारा दिल
कंवारा दिल
हमारा दिल
प्यार में हारा बेचारा दिल
कंवारा दिल
हमारा दिल
प्यार में हारा बेचारा दिल
कंवारा दिल
हमारा दिल
प्यार में हारा बेचारा दिल
कंवारा दिल
हमारा दिल
प्यार में हारा बेचारा दिल


This article is written by Peevesie, 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.

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Atul Song-A-Day 10K Song Milestone Celebrations –32
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10,000 songs! It seems years since I made my first comment on this blog. I was just 15-16 when I discovered this blog (I have no idea how I discovered it). I remember that I had made a request for an old Dev Anand song to be posted back then from Atul (chupke se mile pyaase pyaase). I continued to make requests for months after that while also introducing my mum to the blog. Then my brother. And also my grandfather. It really became a family affair.
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This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog.

This is a song by Kishore Kumar from the film LOVE IN BOMBAY-made in 1971, but released in 2013.
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