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Today’s song is from film Aaj aur kal-47. The film was produced by C R Gwalani and R K Parashar. It was directed by K A Abbas. The music for its 6 songs was composed by Khwaja Khurshid Anwar. The film was made under the banner of Chitra Productions, Lahore.

1947 was a period of political turmoil, both in future Pakistan and existing India. The matters became worse after actual Partition took place. When the entire country was disturbed, no wonder, the film industry too was shaken with uncertainty. There was a flood of rumours. No one was sure as to who is leaving and who is staying. In Lahore, the condition of film people from India was more serious. In order to save their lives, they had to run away to India, leaving everything behind. In film industry in India situation was not that bad, but people were scared.

This automatically resulted in some films remaining incomplete. Most producers had ensured to somehow complete their films, well before actual time of Partition. This was so, on both sides of the border. Film Aaj aur kal was one such film which had started shooting in 1946, censored in 1947 but could not be released same year, due to this commotion. An early issue of Film India magazine announced in 1948 that this film was awaiting its release. However, we do not know,if the film was released actually or not, as there is no information available about its release dates or place etc.

From the advertisements, photos, posters and short newslets available in the film magazine, we know that actor Shyam and actress Nayan Tara were the lead pair. HFGK, however, does not give their names in its cast details. Only the names of Neeta, Rasheed Ahmed (Rashid Khan) and Arif are listed in its cast column. Film Aaaj aur kal aka Today or Tomorrow-47 had a Sci-Fi story in which a city called Gandhi Nagar was shown as a city of future in the year 2048 (100 years later). In the absence of storyline, we can,at best, imagine the story.

Rashid Khan was a new entrant in Hindi films then,having debuted in ‘Dharti ke Lal’-46, this was his just 4th film. Vadodara or Baroda has given many actors to film world. Some of them are Mehboob Khan, Urmila Bhatt, Shabbir kumar, Faruq Shaikh, V H Desai, Dinesh Hingoo etc etc. Add to this, Rashid Ahmed Khan aka Rashid Khan, who was a villain, comedian, character artiste and everything else, except the Hero.
He was born on 5th July 1915. He was a Suleimani Muslim, hence very liberal and secular in nature. He studied upto B.A; LL.B., but without becoming an advocate he came to Bombay to become an actor. He met Jaddan Bai,who gave him titbit roles in films. Then he was employed by Sohrab Modi as a Painter in his studio.Rashid Khan used to copy the acting of Chandra Mohan. After two months this job was also gone. Finally, Rashid Khan got a job in All India Radio, Bombay as an announcer.

One day Balraj Sahni met him. He was directing K.A.Abbas’ drama ‘ Zubeida’ and was looking for an actor for the important role of Munshi Bedil in the drama.He was impressed with Rashid khan and offered him the role. Rashid Khan flatly refused. Next one month, on and off, Balraj Sahni was trying to convince Rashid Khan, but he was adamant in not doing acting. Just one week prior to the staging of the drama, Rashid Khan met Balraj Sahni and accepted his offer.

Rashid Khan’s acting was much appreciated by critics. Balraj gave him a role in film ” Dharti ke lal”-46, which became his Debut film. Many stage stalwarts were acting in that film. Deena(Sanghvi) Pathak had a dance item in it. Later she became a famous character actress in Hindi films in the 70s and 80s. Rashid khan got several films like Hasrat, Gudia, Aaj aur Kal, Anjuman, Aarzu etc. Initially he was credited as Rashid Ahmed,but later on he ensured that he was mentioned as Rashid Khan. In the beginning, he had to improve his Urdu/Hindi diction, as he was a Gujarati person.

Dev Anand cast him as Postmaster in Navketan’s first film ‘ Afsar ‘. Then came Baazi, Jaal Aah, Shri 420 and many others. He acted in most Dev Anand and Guru Dutt films. K.A.Abbas cast him in his 8 films. He was a favourite of Hrishikesh Mukherjee.He worked with Mukherjee in 18 films. Personally, I like his role of a “Body builder and Exercise freak”, in film ” Ek phool chaar Kaante”-1960. In his career, Rashid Khan did acting in 96 films.

In 1953, he married one Suraiya. His son Fazal is a photographer and Daughter Heena married into Fida Hussain family.
Rashid Khan rarely got long and big roles, but he made his small roles also memorable. He was not typecast. He did roles as Villain, Comedian and character artiste as father,brother or friend of the hero. While shooting at Famous studio, on 7-11-1972, he got massive heart attack and died while working, just like Gope. (adapted, with thanks, from Gujarati article by Harish Raghuwanshi ji.)

Music Director Khurshid Anwar (21-3-1912 to 30-10-1984) was a rare case, who was successful both in India as well in Pakistan, after he migrated there. He was also a highly respected personality here and there. A lot has already been written about him on Internet as well as on this Blog-by me, hence I am not repeating it here now.he gave music to 10films in India- including Parwana-47, with Saigal and he composed 77 songs- without a single song by Lata Mangeshkar. For his first film Ishara-43, he had called famous singer of Lucknow, Gohar Sultana, to sing few songs.

The film was directed by Khwaja Ahmed Abbas (7-6-1914 to 1-6-1987), who directed 20films from 46 to 88. He was born in Panipat, Haryana, on 7-6-1916. He was born in the home of celebrated Urdu poet, ‘Khwaja Altaf Husain Hali’, a student of Mirza Ghalib. His grandfather Khwaja Gulam Abbas was one of the chief rebels of the 1857 Rebellion movement, and the first martyr of Panipat to be blown from the mouth of a cannon. Abbas’s father Ghulam-Us-Sibtain graduated from Aligarh Muslim University, was a tutor of a prince and a prosperous businessman, who modernised the preparation of Unani medicines. Abbas’s mother, ‘Masroor Khatoon’, was the daughter of Sajjad Husain, an enlightened educationist. Abbas took his early education in ‘Hali Muslim High School’, which was established by his great grand father Hali. He had his early education till 7th in Panipat. He was instructed to read the Arabic text of the Quran and his childhood dreams swung at the compulsive behest of his father. Abbas completed his matriculation at the age of fifteen. He did his B.A. with English literature in 1933 and LL.B. in 1935 from Aligarh Muslim University

Worked on National Call, a New Delhi paper (1933); started Aligarh Opinion when studying law (1934); obtained law degree in 1935; political correspondent and later film critic for nationalist Bombay Chronicle, Bombay (1935- 47) praising Dieterle, Capra and esp. Shantaram. Wrote Indian journalism’s longest- running weekly political column, Last Page (1941-86), in Chronicle and Blitz. Best-known fiction (Zafran Ke Phool situated in Kashmir, Inquilab on communal violence) places him in younger generation of Urdu and Hindi writers with Ali Sardar Jafri and Ismat Chughtai, whose work followed the PWA? and drew sustenance from Nehruite socialism’s pre- Independence, anti-Fascist and anti-communal commitments. Founder member of IPTA’s all- India front (1943), to which he contributed two seminal plays: Yeh Amrit Hai and Zubeida. Entered film as publicist for Bombay Talkies (1936) to whom he sold his first screenplay, Naya Sansar (1941). First film, Dharti Ke Lal, made under IPTA’s banner and drew on Bijon Bhattacharya’s classic play Nabanna (1944), dealing with the Bengal famine of 1943.

Set up production company Naya Sansar (1951), providing India’s most consistent representation of socialist-realist film (cf. Thoppil Bhasi and Utpal Dutt). Best work is in the scripts for his own films and for those of Raj Kapoor (Awara 1951); Shri 420 (1955), 1955, both co-written with V.P. Sathe; Jagte Raho, 1956; Bobby, 1973) and Shantaram’s Dr. Kotnis Ki Amar Kahani (1946; adapted from his own book, And One Did Not Come Back), which combined aspects of Soviet cinema (Pudovkin) and of Hollywood (e.g. Capra and Upton Sinclair), influencing a new generation of Hindi cineastes (Kapoor, Chetan Anand) and sparking new realist performance idioms (BALRAJ SAHNI). His Munna, without songs or dances, and Shaher Aur Sapna, cheaply made on location in slums, were described as being influenced by neo-realism. Pardesi is the first Indian-Soviet co-production, co- directed by Vassili M. Pronin. The landmark Supreme Court censorship judgement about his Char Shaher Ek Kahani (aka A Tale of Four Cities) curtailed ‘arbitrary’ governmental pre- censorship powers on the grounds that the Indian Constitution guarantees the right to free speech. His constitutional challenge of the Cinematograph Act led to the famous Supreme Court decision upholding the validity of precensorship of cinema.

Published many books including I Am Not An Island and Mad Mad World of Indian Films (both 1977). Other important scripts: Neecha Nagar (1946); Mera Naam Joker (1970); Zindagi Zindagi (1972); Henna (1991). Abbas also brought a number of new talents into the film industry, such as Amitabh Bachchan in Saat Hindustani . K.A.Abbas died on 1-6-1987 at Bombay. ( adapted, with thanks, from The Encyclopedia of Indian Cinema).

With today’s song, film Aaj aur Kal-47, makes its Debut on the Blog. All the 6 songs of this film are very sweet. Today’s song is also very melodious. It is sung by Zeenat Begum. This enchanting tune was again heard, 10 years later , in Rafi’s song “Mubaarak ho dulha dulhan ko ye shaadi“, from film Paak Daaman(1957), composed by Ghulam Mohd.


Song-Pade ishq mein jaan ke hum ko laale (Aaj Aur Kal)(1947) Singer- Zeenat Begum, Lyricist- Not known, MD- Khursheed Anwar

Lyrics

pade ishq mein jaan ke hum ko laale
khuda imtihaan mein kisi ko na daale
pade ishq mein jaan ke humko laale
khuda imtihaan mein kisi ko na daale

ye rukte hain roke na talte hain taale
ye rukte hain roke na talte hain taale
koi kis tarah aansuon ko sambhaale
khuda imtihaan mein kisi ko na daale
pade ishq mein jaan ke hum ko laale
khuda imtihaan mein kisi ko na daale

wahi bebasi hai wahi namuraadi
wahi bebasi hai wahi namuraadi
na kaam aayi aahen na kaam aaye naale
khuda imtihaan mein kisi ko na daale
pade ishq mein jaan ke hum ko laale
khuda imtihaan mein kisi ee ee ko na daale

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3768 Post No. : 14742 Movie Count :

4029

“Director”(1947) was a “social” movie which was directed by S Shafaqat, M A for Dawn Films, Punjab. This by now obscure movie had Salim, Raza, Zeb Qureshi, Zahoor, Aarif, Mohini Das, Iqbal Sheikh, Hafeez etc in it.

This rare movie had nine rare songs in it. It is known that the movie had two lyricists (Tufail Hoshiyarpuri, Aziz Kashmiri) and two music directors (Fateh ali Khan and Pt Lachchiram). HFGK is silent about the singers of the song.

Mr Girdharilal Vishwakarma, a renowned record collector, has recently uploaded a song from this movie. According to him, this song is sung by Zeenat Begam and it is composed by Fateh Ali Khan. The lyricist is not known.

I have not been able to get one (may be more) word right in the lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable.

With this song, “Director”(1947) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Sundar sundar taaron (Director)(1947) Singer-Zeenat Begum, MD-Fateh Ali Khan

Lyrics

Sundar sundar taaron
Sundar sundar taaron o o
Sundar sundar taaron
Sundar sundar taaron
meethhe meethhe geet suna kar
kirnon ka sangeet suna kar
meethhe meethhe geet suna kar
kirnon ka sangeet suna kar
birhan ke ae ae ae ae
birhan ke dukhiyaare man par
agni baan na maaro o o o
Sundar sundar taaron o o
Sundar sundar taaron
Sundar sundar taaron

tum aakaash
tum aakaash ke rahne waale
tum aakaash ke rahne waale
sukh saagar mein bahne waale
sukh saagar mein bahne waale
mere beete huye sapnon ka
mere beete huye sapnon ka
ab tum roop na dhaaro o o
Sundar sundar taaron o o
Sundar sundar taaron
Sundar sundar taaron

?? tumhaara saath tumhaare
rehta hai din raat
?? tumhaara saath tumhaare
rehta hai din raat
?? hamaara kabhi na poochhe
aa kar man ki baat
?? hamaara kabhi na poochhe
aa kar man ki baat
apni raah sidhaaro o o
Sundar sundar taaron o o
Sundar sundar taaron


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Blog Day : 3626 Post No. : 14448

“Panchhi” (1944) was directed by Barkat Mehra for N I Studio, Lahore. This “social” movie had Ajmal, Manorama, Hari Shivdasani, Salma, Gulam Qadir,Salim Raza etc in it.

The movie had ten songs in it and these songs were as obscure as the movie itself.

Two songs from the movie has been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Panchhi”(1944) to appear in the past. HFGK is silent about the details of this song, but the uploader mentions Zeenat Begam as the singer and Manohar Sahrai as the lyricist. Music is composed by Pt Amarnath.

I have not been able to get a word(may be more) right in the lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blank as applicable.


song-Unhone muhabbat ki duniya mita di (Panchhi)(1944) Singer-Zeenat Begam, Lyrics-Manohar Sehrai, MD-Pt Amarnath

Lyrics

Unhone muhabbat ki duniya mita di
meri bekasi ne jawaani luta di
unhone muhabbat ki duniya mita di
meri bekasi ne jawaani luta di
unhen kya khabar hai ae ae ae ae
unhen kya khabar hai
mere haal e dil ki
mere haal e dil ki
ke zakhmon ne naasoor ban ke saza di
ke zakhmon ne naasoor ban ke saza di
wo jab yaad aaye
to ashqon ne meri
jhadi aansuon ki wahin par lagaa di
wo jab yaad aaye
to ashqon ne meri
jhadi aansuon ki wahin par lagaa di

saraapa hoon tasweer main bekasi ki
saraapa hoon tasweer main bekasi ki
ye tasweer jisne banaayi mita di
ye tasweer jisne banaayi mita di
mere aashiyaane mein bijli giraa kar
bijli giraa kar
ye kisne mere dil ki basti jala di
ye kisne mere dil ki basti jala di
unhone muhabbat ki duniya mita di
meri bekasi ne jawaani luta di


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Blog Day : 3603 Post No. : 14379

“Roop Rekha” (1948) was produced by Padam Maheshwari and directed by Samar Guha for Chitrakala Mandir, Bombay. The movie had Veena Kohli and Rehan, in lead roles. The movie also had Asha Posley, Smriti Biswas, Durga Mota, Ajmal, G N Butt etc in it.

The movie had ten songs that were penned by three lyricists and composed by four music directors.

One song from the movie has been covered in the blog. Here is the second song from “Roop Rekha” (1948) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Zeenat Begam. Preetam Jiyaayi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ravi Roy Chowdhury.

Only the audio of the melancholic song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.

I have not been able to get a few words right in the lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable.


Song-Hasrat nahin jeene ki (Roop Rekha)(1948) Singer-Zeenat Begam, Lyrics-Preetam Jiyaayi, MD-Ravi Roy Chaudhury

Lyrics

hasrat nahin jeene ki
haan
mushqil nahin mar jaana
mushqil nahin mar jaana
jab dekh chuki aankhen
lut’ta hua kashaanah
lut’ta hua kashaanah
is toote huye dil ki
is toote huye dil ki
dhadkan na koi sun le

kuchh dil pe nazar rakhna
haan aan
kuch waqt ko samjhaana
kuch waqt ko samjhaana
jab dekh chuki aankhen
lut’ta hua kashaanah

jalta hai to jalne de
jalta hai to jalne de
dil se na dhuaan uthe
ye daagh chhupa rakhna
is aag ko pi jaana
is aag ko pi jaana
jab dekh chuki aankhe
lut’ta hua kashaanah

tadbeer banaaye kya
tatbeer banaaye kya
bigdi hui kismat ko
judta nahin hai jode
haan aan
toota hua paimaana
toota hua paimaana
jab dekh chuki aankhen
lut’ta hua kashaanah
lut’ta hua kashaanah


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Blog Day : 3598 Post No. : 14359

“Aai Bahaar”(1946) was directed by Shankar Mehta for Ganga productions, Bombay. This obscure movie had Irshad, Ajmal, Om, Asha, Romesh, Bhaag Singh, Anant Bahri, Charlie, Roofi, shrimati Atta etc in it.

The movie had eleven songs in it. One song from the movie has been covered in the past

Here is the second song from “Aai Bahaar”(1946) to appear in the blog. HFGK is silent about the singers of the songs of this movie. The uploader of the song mentions Zeenat Begam as the singer.

D N Madhok is the lyricist.

There were two music directors in this movie, viz Pt Amarnath and Anupam Ghatak, but the distribution of songs between th two is not known. So we will never know which of the two composed this nice gem of a song. I have assumed Anupam Ghatak to be the music director for this song.


Song-Aa mil baithhen zara (Aayi Bahaar)(1946) Singer-Zeenat Begam, Lyrics-D N Madhok, MD-Anupam Ghatak

Lyrics

aa mil baithhen zara
aa mil baithhen zara
aa mil baithhen zara
aa mil baithhen zara
ghadiyaan judaai ki ab aayin een
aa mil baithhen zara
aa mil baithhen zara

o jaane waale
itna kya jaana
ho more rote dil ka
ab kaun thhikaana
o jaane waale
itna kya jaana
ho more rote dil ka
ab kaun thhikaana
toh bin humen kal na aaye
humaare dil se nikle haaye
ghataayen chhaayin een
toh bin humenkal na aaye
humaare dil se nikle haaye
ghataayen chhaayin een
aa mil baithhen zara
aa mil baithhen zara
ghadiyaan judaai ki ab aayin een
aa mil baithhen zara
aa mil baithhen zara

pardes chale ho
kuchh humen bataao
o kya keh doon dil se
jab yaad tum aao
pardes chale ho
kuchh humen bataao
o kya keh doon dil se
jab yaad tum aao
toh bin humen kal na aaye
humaare dil se nikle haaye
ghataayen chhaayin een
toh bin humen kal na aaye
humaare dil se nikle haaye
ghataayen chhaayin een
aa mil baithhen zara
aa mil baithhen zara
ghadiyaan judaai ki ab aayin een
aa mil baithhen zara
aa mil baithhen zara


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Blog Day : 3524 Post No. : 14153

“Reet”(1946) was an extremely obscure movie. Very little is known about this movie. It was directed by Najmistan Film Producers. Names of artists of the movie are not known. HFGK mentions descriptions of seven songs leaving spaces for more indicating that the movie perpahs had more songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Reet”(1946) to appear in the blog. Zeenat Begam is the singer. Music is composed by S D Batish. That is all that is known about the song.

Uploader of the song describes it to be a movie of 1946 and so I have taken it as a movie of 1946. HFGK mentions it as a movie of 1940s and so mentions this movie in the appendix of HFGK part II.

I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on this movie.

With this obscure song, “Reet”(1946) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Guzarti hai jo haay kaise bataayen (Reet)(1946) Singer-Zeenat Begam, MD-S D Batish

Lyrics

Guzarti hai jo haay
kaise bataayen
guzarti hai jo haay
kaise bataayen
ye aansoo ye aahen aen aen aen aen
kahaan tak chhupaayen
kahaan tak chhupaayen
guzarti hai jo haay
kaise bataayen

jawaani ke rangeen khwaabon se keh do
jawaani ke rangeen khwaabon se keh do
kabhi khwaab mein bhi na aayen na aayen
guzarti hai jo haay
kaise bataayen

khabar(?) lo kahaan ho
o o o o
zamaana hai dushman
zamaana hai dushman
kahin ghut ke armaan yoon hi mar na jaayen
guzarti hai jo haay
kaise bataayen

na bhoole se mujhko
kiya yaad lekin
na bhoole se mujhko
kiya yaad lekin
bahut yaad aayengin meri wafaayen
guzarti hai jo haay
kaise bataayen

koi thhaam kar dil ko o o
itna bata de
itna bata de
ke jo bas gaya dil mein
kaise bhulaayen
guzarti hai jo haay
kaise bataayen


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Blog Day : 3475 Post No. : 13957

“Bhai”(1944) was directed by K D Mehra for Caravan Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Manorama, Satish, Radharani, Zahoor Raja, Khwaja Sabir, Zaheer, Minto Bai, R P Kapoor, Shatir Ghaznavi, O P Monga, Taus Khan etc in it.

This movie had eight songs in it. Five of them were composed by Ghulam Haider and the remaining three by Shyam Sundar.

Three songs from the movie have been covered in the past- and all of them in 2016.

Here is the fourth song from “Bhai”(1944) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Zeenat Begam. Shatir Ghaznavi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shyam Sundar.

Only the audio of this melancholic song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of this song.


Duniya ki ye khushi hai (Bhai)(1944) Singer-Zeenat Begam, Lyrics-Shatir Ghaznavi, MD-Shyam Sundar

Lyrics

duniya ki ye khushi hai
tujhe bhool jaayen hum m m
tujhe bhool jaayen hum
ab maut ko hi jaa ke
kahin manaayen hum
kahin manaayen hum
pahunche chaman mein hum
pahunche chaman mein hum
to khizaan ban gayi bahaar
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
pahunche chaman mein hum
to khizaan ban gayi bahaar
kaante naseeb mein hain
jo dil mein chubhaayen hum m
dil mein chubhaayen hum
duniya ki ye khushi hai
tujhe bhool jaayen hum m
tujhe bhool jaayen hum

o roothh jaane waale tu itna bataaye ja
o roothh jaane waale tu itna bataaye ja
roothhe huye naseeb ko
kaise manaayen hum m
kaise manayen hum
duniya ki ye khushi hai
tujhe bhool jaayen hum m
tujhe bhul jaayen hum
tere baghair jeena hai
marna teri kasam m m m m
kya khaaq zindagi hai
ke tujhko na paayen hum
tujhko na paayen hum
duniya ki ye khushi hai
tujhe bhool jaayen hum
tujhe bhool jaayen hum


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Blog Day : 3467 Post No. : 13914

“Kaise Kahoon”(1945) was directed by Moti B Gidwani for Pancholi Art Pictures, Lahore. The movie had Raagini, Jageerdaar, Akhtar, Najam, G N Butt, Durga Mota etc in it.

The movie had eleven songs in it. One song has been covered in the past.

Here is the second song from “Kaise Kahoon”(1945) to appear in the blog.

HFGK is silent about the singer of the movie. The uploader of the song (our own Mr Sadanand Kamath) mentions Zeenat Begam as the singer.

Qamar Jalalabadi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Pt Amarnath.

Ony the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Toote huye do dil tere darbaar mein aaye (Kaise Kahoon)(1945) Singer-Zeenat Begam, Lyrics-Qamar Jalalabadi, MD-Pt Amarnath

Lyrics

toote huye do dil
toote huye do dil
tere darbaar mein aaye
bhagwaan
bhagwaan inhen kaun milaaye
ae ae
kaun milaaye
toote huye do dil
tere darbaar mein aaye
bhagwaan
bhagwaan inhen kaun milaaye
ae ae
kaun milaaye
toote huye do dil

ek baag ke do phoolon ko
toofaan ne ghera
aakaash ke do taaron pe
chhaaya hai andhera
ek baag ke do phoolon ko
toofaan ne ghera
aakaash ke do taaron pe
chhaaya hai andhera
ab raah inhen
ab raah inhen kaun dikhaaye ae ae
toote huye do dil
toote huye do dil
tere darbaar mein aaye
bhagwaan
bhagwaan inhen kaun milaaye
ae ae
kaun milaaye
toote huye do dil

do phool jo hanste thhe
wo ab rone lage hain
do phool jo hanste thhe
wo ab rone lage hain
do haath mile
milke juda hone lage hain
do haath mile
milke juda hone lage hain
bhagwaan inhen
bhagwaan inhen kaun milaaye ae ae
toote huye do dil
toote huye do dil
tere darbaar mein aaye
bhagwaan
bhagwaan inhen kaun milaaye
ae ae
kaun milaaye
toote huye do dil

in aankhon mein kal pyaar thha
aaj hai paani
patthar ka bhi dil mom hua
sun ke kahaani
jin aankhon mein kal pyaar thha
aaj hai paani
patthar ka bhi dil mom hua
sun ke kahaani
bhagwaan tujhe
bhagwaan tujhe raham na aaye
toote huye do dil
toote huye do dil
tere darbaar mein aaye
bhagwaan
bhagwaan inhen kaun milaaye


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“Dhamki”(1945) was directed by Ravindra Dave for Pancholi Art Pictures, Lahore. The movie had Raagini, Al Nasir, Smriti, Ajmal, G N Butt, Kalawati, Omprakash, Ghulam Qadir etc in it.
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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.

“Patjhad”(1948) was directed by Ravindra Dave for Pancholi Arts Films, Lahore. The movie had Meena Shorey, Amarnath, G N Butt, Om Prakash, Shamlal, Rani Mumtaz, Kamal, Geeta, Zafar, Ghulam Qadir, Cuckkoo etc in it.
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This blog discusses Bollywood songs of yesteryears. Every song has a brief description, followed by a video link, and complete lyrics of the song.

This is a labour of love, where “new” songs are added every day, and that has been the case for over ELEVEN years. This blog has exactly 15300 song posts by now.

This blog is active and online for over 4000 days since its beginning on 19 july 2008.

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Movies with all their songs covered =1180
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