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Blog Day : 3804 Post No. : 14797

When we talk of Partition and Migration of artistes from India to Pakistan and vice versa, only the famous and the well known names are considered. There were hundreds of small time less known artists, viz. actors, directors, lyricists, composers, instrument players, chorus singers, technicians etc who also had migrated for various reasons. The other day I was reading a book, ” Who’s who: Music in Pakistan ” written by A.Shaikh and M.Shaikh. In this book I found several names of singers,composers,lyricists and above all instrument players, who shifted to Pakistan.

It is a well known fact that in olden times,the instrument players,chorus singers and orchestra players had personal attachments and preferences,for particular composers and vice versa too. That is why, when Ghulam Haider went back to Lahore,he was extremely happy to meet some of his orchestra players in Lahore. In one of the interviews he had said that he felt like a family reunion. He arranged a get together for all those people.

In the Hindi film industry,many Partition immigrants came to dominate and transform the scene here.Film makers like Pancholi, Sippy,B R Chopra,Yash Chopra,Ramanand Sagar-all India’s most successful commercial producers were also Partition immigrants. Once heavily dominated by Muslim Film makers,writers,actors and composers,the Hindi film industry changed drastically after the Partition.

Many successful film personalities had gone to Pakistan between 1947 and 1950,including producers like Mehboob and Shaukat Hussain Rizvi-who went to Lahore,with capital to buy the Hindu-owned studios. Prominent producers of Lahore like Dalsukh Pancholi and Shorey were forced to sell their studios and properties for a song and flee for their life,to India,after riots in Pakistan post Partition. Some Muslim artistes returned to India,after a few years when they realised that Lahore film industry had largely collapsed due to exodus of prominent Hindu producers.

The crucial role played by films in Indian culture could be seen in the Refugee camps of Delhi,where ever evening,for 2 hours Hindi films were shown free to all. ‘ Film India’ commented that there were more than 15000 refugees from Sindh and Punjab in Bombay.It also suggested that good looking and educated women can be employed in films.Due to polarisation,there was much explosive writing published in this magazine,that time.

However,as before and always, Bombay film industry maintained its secular culture and a big rally,led by Durga Khote and Prithviraj Kapoor was taken out on 2-10-1947,in Bombay. The entire film industry had joined in it and slogans like ‘Hindu-Muslim bhai bhai’ etc were shouted in the rally. Similarly,to pacify over one lakh refugees from East Pakistan (now Bangaladesh) in Calcutta, Lata Mangeshkar had led a rally in Calcutta during 1971.

The famous Music Historian James Mc Connachie said, ” As India marched into an uncertain future-in 1947-Film songs offered something Unique: they helped creating a sense of belonging to One Nation,something that the divisive extremist right wingers in India,chanting” Hindustan for Hindus” could never achieve. When Hindi film singers sang,nobody cared that Mohd.Rafi was a Muslim or Lata was a Hindu Brahmin. Its great music bridged the gap between Hindus and Muslims,mush better than any Politician (including Gandhi and Nehru) ever could achieve.” -World Music-The rough guide,Vol II,pp 106,pub.1990 by Harper.

Like many top class composers who migrated to Pakistan, there were some small time or recently started composers who also left, like Inayat Hussain (only 1 Punjabi film Kamli),Fateh ali khan (2 films,Aaina-44 and Director-47),Tufail farooqi (2 films-Sona Chandi-46 and Dekhojee-47). Inayat Hussai of course became a Legend in Pakistan.

Today’s song is from film Aaina-1944. Its music directors were Gulshan Sufi and Fateh Ali Khan. Fateh ali khan migrated to Pakistan after Partition and Gulshan Sufi went after mid 50s.

Fateh Ali Khan was a classical singer and a Qawwali musician in the 1940s and 1950s. He was born in Jalandhar, Punjab, British India in 1901. Fateh Ali Khan was the father of Pakistani Qawwali musicians, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and Farrukh Fateh Ali Khan. Their family had an unbroken tradition of Qawwali, linked closely to the Sufi Chishti Order for over 600 years. Fateh Ali Khan was trained in classical music and Qawwali by his father, Maula Baksh Khan (Ali Khan), and he, soon after his training, distinguished himself as a skilled vocalist and instrumentalist. He learned to play traditional Indian instruments such as sitar, sarod and vichitra veena as well as Western instruments like the violin. He also mastered thousands of verses in Punjabi, Urdu, Arabic and Persian.

Fateh Ali Khan was the leader of his family’s Qawwali party but they were billed as Fateh Ali Khan, Mubarak Ali Khan & Party. Mubarak Ali Khan, his brother, shared both singing and harmonium-playing duties with him. They were regarded as among the foremost exponents of Qawwali in their time. They are credited with popularizing the poetry of Allama Iqbal through their singing. Iqbal’s poetry was regarded as difficult to set musical tunes to, and while he was highly admired in academic circles and by intellectuals, Allama Iqbal did not have much of a popular following yet among the common people mainly due to the radio broadcasting technology still under development back then in British India. Fateh Ali Khan and Mubarak Ali Khan, more than anyone else, helped Iqbal achieve popular success as well: Allama Iqbal paid the ultimate homage to the two brothers by saying: ‘I was restricted to schools and colleges only. You (Ustad Fateh Ali Khan) have spread my poetry through India’.

Like many other musicians,Fateh ali khan too wanted to try his hand at Film music. In India,he gave music only to 2 films, that too with other composers. One was film Aaina-1944, along with Gulshan Sufi and the other was film Director-1947, along with Lachhiram Tamar. After partition he migrated to Pakistan with all his family. In Pakistan, however, he had better luck in films. He gave music to Do kinare-50, Harjaai-52, Shola-52, Bedari-57 ( ditto copy of our film Jagriti-1954), Saathi-59 and Tum na maano-61. He also sang in film Waada-57 and Raagini-58. Ustad Fateh Ali Khan was the foremost sitar-player and film music composer of the 1950’s in Pakistan.His compositions in Bedari (1957)became run-away super-hits in Pakistan because they were a heart-felt tribute to the founder of Pakistan, Mohammad Ali Jinnah, and the public’s sentiments about patriotism.

In 1948, his son, Nusrat, was born in Faisalabad, Pakistan. Fateh Ali Khan wanted Nusrat to become a doctor or an engineer because he felt Qawwali artists had low social status. However, Nusrat showed such interest in and aptitude for Qawwali that his father soon relented, and began training him. However, Fateh Ali Khan died in 1964 at the age of sixty-three, when Nusrat was sixteen and still in school. Nusrat’s training was completed by Fateh Ali Khan’s brothers, Mubarak Ali Khan and Salamat Ali Khan. (information adapted from wiki, Harish Raghuwanshi ji, pakfilms.net and my notes).

The cast of the film Aaina-41 consisted of Husn Banu, Yakub, Trilok kapoor, Yashodhara katju, Rajkumari Shukla, Gope etc etc. The film had two Lyricists- Pt. Phani and Tanvir Naqvi. ( Naqvi had also migrated to Pakistan). The film was directed by S.M. Yusuf. Even he had migrated to Pakistan.

S.M.Yusuf – Shaikh Mohammed Yousuf, (20-6-1910 at Poona to 17-8-1994 at Lahore) was originally from U.P. and started his career by assisting directors in various studios. He was one cine artist who migrated to Pakistan and became a very successful director there too. Actress Nigar Sultana was his second wife for 5 years.

After Partition,several artistes-heroes,heroines,Directors,Comedians,lyricists,Composers, Singers and character artistes migrated to Pakistan. Almost 90% of them failed there miserably. Some of them like Meena Shorey shone for a while but ended up in penury and anonymity. Exceptions were like Malika -e-Tarannum Noorjahan. from the successful artistes,the major chunk was musicians-composers like Khurshid Anwar,Nissar Bazmi, Nashad etc. Among the directors. S M Yusuf was the exception who succeeded. The migration of Cine artistes continued till 1965,when President General Ayub Khan banned Indian actors. Shaikh Mukhtar-1963 and Kumar-64 were probably the last to migrate to Pakistan. Till then some artistes like Sheila Ramani,Nasir Khan,pran,Manorama,composer Timir Baran etc went and worked in Pakistani films.

S.M.Yusuf started directing films in India from Bharat ke Laal-36. He directed 20 films like,Darban, Aaina, grihasthi, Saheli, Mehendi,GuruGhantal, Bahurani, Maalik, Gujara, Hyderabad ki Nazneen, Bikhre Moti etc.

When he went to Pakistan,in late 50s,he made his first film there Saheli,which was a ditto remake of his own Hindi film- Mehendi-1950. This film Saheli became such a great hit that it virtually grabbed all major awards including a Nigar award for S M Yusuf himself. He made about 13 films in Pakistan,before he died on 17-8-1994,at Lahore,from where he had begun his career !

Film Aaina-44 was a social film. It depicted a family, in which the mother in law, due to her short temper, querulous and quarrelsome nature almost destroys her happy family. She has 2 existing daughters in law who are submissive. The third daughter in law is different. Initially she tolerates mother in law’s tantrums,but later on she teaches her a lesson and brings peace and happiness back to the family. This type of stories were abundant in the 70s and 80s in Bollywood. Title Aaina was used in 1944,1977, 1993 and 2014 also.

Film Aaina-44 had 8 songs. 7 songs were already covered. Today’s song is the 8th and the final song of the film. So, film Aaina-44 joins those films which have ALL songs covered.


Song-Bharat Mata ki Beti shakti ka avtaar (Aaina)(1944) Singer-Zohrabai Ambalewali, Lyrics-Pt. Phani
MD- Fateh Ali Khan
chorus

Lyrics

Bharat Mata ki Beti
shakti ka avtaar

ae Bharat Mata ki Beti
shakti ka avtaar
ae Bharat Mata ki Beti
shakti ka avtaar

aa samay samay par devi toone
samay samay par devi toone
badla hai sansaar
samay samay par devi toone
badla hai sansaar
ae Bharat Mata ki Beti
shakti ka avtaar
ae Bharat Mata ki Beti
shakti ka avtaar

jahaan pati pooja karwaaya
wahaan shaanti laayi
jahaan pati pooja karwaaya
wahaan shaanti laayi

deep bani andhere ghar ka
shobha ban muskaayi
deep bani andhere ghar ka
shobha ban muskaayi

pati ki kismat ka hai taara
bindiya teri naam
pati ?? hai taaraaaa
bindiya teri naam
ae bharat mata ki beti
shakti ka avtaar
ae bharat mata ki beti
shakti ka avtaar

dheeraj tera dharam hai naari
daya hai teri shaan
dheeraj tera dharam hai naari
daya hai teri shaan

prem pujaaran tu satwanti
pati tera bhagwaan
prem pujaaran tu satwanti
pati tera bhagwaan

sote bhaagya jagaaye
tere paayal ki jhankaar
sote bhaagya jagaaye
tere paayal ki jhankaar
ae Bharat mata ki beti
shakti ka avtaar
ae Bharat mata ki beti
shakti ka avtaar

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Blog Day : 3489 Post No. : 14016

“Paraayi Aag”(1948) was directed by Najam Naqvi for Great India Pictures. The movie had Munawwar Sultana, Ulhas, Mumtaz (Madhubala), Sheri, A Shah, W M Khan, Jilloo Bai etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. Seven of them have been covered in the past.

The details of the songs discussed in the past are as under:

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Nigaahein milaane ko jee chaahtaa hai 2983 18-Sep-10
Kaun tere man bhaaya 9225 2-Jan-14
Man geet suhaane gaaye 10125 21-Aug-14
Kuchh bhi na kahaa aur keh bhi gaye 12243 21-Jul-16
Bhool jaa wo pyaar ke rangeen fasaane 12363 10-Sep-16
Kis’se kahen ki kaun hamaare chale gaye 13755 22-Nov-17
O tohe kaise dikhaaun dil cheer ke 14010 4-Feb-18

Here is the eighth and final song from “Paraayi Aag”(1948) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Zohrabai Ambalewaali. Akhtar Ul Imaan Naqvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ghulam Mohammad.

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

With this song, “Paraayi Aag”(1948) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Ae dil jahaan mein tera thhikaana koi nahin (Paraayi Aag)(1948) Singer-Zohrabai Ambalewali, Lyrics-Akhtar Ul Imaan, MD-Ghulam Mohammad

Lyrics

ae dil il il
ae dil il il il
ae dil jahaan mein tera aa
ae dil jahaan mein tera
thhikaana koi nahin
thhikaana koi nahin
ae dil jahaan mein tera aa
ae dil jahaan mein tera
thhikaana koi nahin
thhikaana koi nahin
jeene ka tere paas
bahaana koi nahin
bahaana koi nahin
jeene ka tere paas
bahaana koi nahin
bahaana koi nahin

ab tu hai aur dukh bhari ee ee
raaten judaai ki ee
raaten judaai ki
kismat mein teri khwaab
suhaana koi nahin
suhaana koi nahin

tu geet hai wo jiski ee ee ee
tadap so gayi kahin
tadap so gayi kahin
tu daastaan hai jiska
zamaana koi nahin
zamaana koi nahin

sunsaan door tak hai
mohabbat ki bastiyaan
mohabbat ki bastiyaan
kisko pukaaren
apna begaana koi nahin
begaana koi nahin
ae dil jahaan mein tera aa
ae dil jahaan mein tera
thhikaana koi nahin
thhikaana koi nahin


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“Bela” (1947) was directed by Chaturbhuj Doshi for Ranjit Movietone, Bombay. The story, screenplay, dialogues and Lyrics of this movie were by D N Madhok. The movie had P Jairaj, Nigar Sultana, Shrinath Tripathi, Pt.Iqbal, Krisnakumari, Master Mehmood, Rekha, Usha, B.R.Sharma etc. in it.

The movie had ten songs in it. Seven of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the eighth song from the movie. This song is sung by Zohrabai Ambalewaali. D N Madhok is the lyricist. Music is composed by Bulo C Rani.

Only the audio of the song is available. Seeing that Zohrabai Ambalewaali sang most female playback songs in the movie, my guess is that she sang for the leading lady and so this song is picturised on the leading lady viz Nigar Sultana.


Song-Pardesi piya re ho ab mose na guzre rain(Bela)(1947) Singer-Zohrabai Ambalewaali, Lyrics-D N Madhok, MD-Bulo C Rani

Lyrics

pardesi piya re
ho ab mose na guzre rain
pardesi piya re
ho ab mose na guzre rain
jiya bada bechain
ho ab mose na guzre rain
jiya bada bechain
ho ab mose na guzre rain

sardi guzaar li garmi guzaar li
beete naa saawan ki raat
sardi guzaar li garmi guzaar li
beete naa saawan ki raat
wo kaali kaali badli mohe chhed gayi
wo kaali kaali badli mohe chhed gayi
kaa se kahoon jee ki baat
more barsan laage donon nain
more barsan laage donon nain
pardesi piya re
ho ab mose na guzre rain

thhandi hawa bhi hai ae
barsaat ka maza bhi hai
thhandi hawa bhi hai ae
barsaat ka maza bhi hai
aur bijli bhi chamke hai kahin kahin
aur bijli bhi chamke hai kahin kahin
par mere dukh bhare dil se poochhe koi
par mere dukh bhare dil se poochhe koi
tu nahin to kuchh bhi nahin een
mere bas mein ho chura loon tora chain
mere bas mein ho chura loon tora chain
pardesi piya re
ho ab mose na guzre rain


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“Bela” (1947) was directed by Chaturbhuj Doshi for Ranjit Movietone, Bombay. The story, screenplay, dialogues and Lyrics of this movie were by D N Madhok. The movie had P Jairaj, Nigar Sultana, Shrinath Tripathi, Pt.Iqbal, Krisnakumari, Master Mehmood, Rekha, Usha, B.R.Sharma etc. in it.

The movie had ten songs in it. Si of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the seventh song from the movie. This song is sung by Zohrabai Ambalewaali. D N Madhok is the lyricist. Music is composed by Bulo C Rani.

Only the audio of the song is available. My guess is that this melancholic song was picturised on the leading lady viz Nigar Sultana.


Song-Sukh le ke dukh de gaya (Bela)(1947) Singer-Zohrabai Ambalewaali, Lyrics-D N Madhok, MD-Bulo C Rani

Lyrics

sukh le ke dukh de gaya aa aa
wo jo hamaara dil le gaya
wo jo hamaara dil le gaya
sukh le ke dukh de gaya aa aa
wo jo hamaara dil le gaya
wo jo hamara dil le gaya

abhi bhare dil ko samjhaaya aa aa
phir yaad aayi phir bhar aaya
abhi bhare dil ko samjhaaya aa aa
phir yaad aayi phir bhar aaya
dard anokhe de gaya aa
wo jo hamaara dil le gaya
wo jo hamaara dil le gaya
sukh le ke dukh de gaya aa
wo jo hamaara dil le gaya
oy
wo jo hamaara dil le gaya

labon ko haaye aakh ka paani ee
dil ko meethhi peer suhaani
labon ko haaye aakh ka paani ee
dil ko meethhi peer suhaani
chhail nishaani de gaya aa
wo jo hamara dil le gaya
wo jo hamaara dil le gaya
sukh le ke dukh de gaya aa
wo jo hamaara dil le gaya
wo jo hamaara dil le gaya


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“Mera Geet”(1946), a social movie, was directed by Shanti Kumar for Jayshakti Pictures, Bombay. This movie had Naseem Junior, Susheel Kumar, Leela Pawar, Vikram Kapoor, Mehndi Raja, Bholaram, Kashinath, Chiman Seth, Baby Tara, Shalini, Nalini, Heera Date, Chandrika, Om Prakash Sharma, Mukri, Aathwale etc in it.

This movie had sixteen obscure songs in it that were composed by five music directors. HFGK does not have details of singers for any of these songs,while music directors are known only for three of these songs.

Two songs from the movie have been covered in the past and we have been able to identify the singers of those songs. Here is the second song from “Mera Geet”(1946) to appear in the blog. Though the singer is not mentioned in HFGK, it is clear that this song is sung by Zohranbai Ambalewaali. Ramesh Gupta is the lyricist of this song. Music is composed by someone called Ghulam Miyaan.

Only 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.

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


Tore bina ho balma balma kaise kategi mori raina(Mera Geet)(1946) Singer-Zohrabai Ambalewali, Ramesh Gupta, MD-Ghulam Miyaan

Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

tore bina ho balma balma
kaise kategi mori raina
bata ja aa ja
kaise kategi mori raina
tore bina ho balma balma
kaise kategi mori raina
bata ja aa ja
kaise kategi mori raina

jab se piya pardes sidhaare
raah takoon main tori saanjh sakhaare
jab se piya pardes sidhaare
raah takoon main tori saanjh sakhaare
paaye jiyara kal na kal na
kaise kategi mori raina
bata ja aa ja
kaise kategi mori raina

jab kaali koyaliya boley
mora haaye jiyarwa doley doley
jab kaali koyaliya boley
mora haaye jiyarwa doley doley
ab chhod baalam chhalna ho chhalna
kaise kategi mori raina
bata ja aa ja
kaise kategi mori raina

ab chhod sajan naadaani
mori beeti jaaye haaye jawaani
ab chhod sajan naadaani
mori beeti jaaye haaye jawaani
ab chhod jalaana jalna ho balma
kaise kategi mori raina
bata ja aa ja
kaise kategi mori raina
tore bina ho balma balma
kaise kategi mori raina
bata ja aa ja
kaise kategi mori raina


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“Bela” (1947) was directed by Chaturbhuj Doshi for Ranjit Movietone, Bombay. The story, screenplay, dialogues and Lyrics of this movie were by D N Madhok. The movie had P Jairaj, Nigar Sultana, Shrinath Tripathi, Pt.Iqbal, Krisnakumari, Master Mehmood, Rekha, Usha, B.R.Sharma etc. in it.

The movie had ten songs in it. Five of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the sixth song from the movie. This song, a philosophical cum pathos filled separation song is sung by Zohrabai Ambalewaali. D N Madhok is the lyricist. Music is composed by Bulo C Rani.

It is an obscure never heard song, but it sounds like it was a gem that stayed undiscovered all these years. I feel that this song should qualify as one of the best lyrics penned by D N Madhok in his career.


Song-Thhode dinon ki zindgaani (Bela)(1947) Singer-Zohrabai Ambalewali, Lyrics-D N Madhok, MD-Bulo C Rani

Lyrics

thhode dinon ki zindgaani ee
tu bhi phaani hai main bhi phaani
jaane waale
o yoon naa roothh ke jaa
jaane waale
o yoon naa roothh ke jaa
thhode dinon ki zindgaani ee
tu bhi phaani hai main bhi phaani
jaane waale
o yoon naa roothh ke jaa
jaane waale
o yoon naa roothh ke jaa
chain hamaare bina
tumhen bhi naa aayega
aaja aaja o jaane waale dukh paayega
dukh paayega
chain hamaare bina
tumhen bhi naa aayega
aaja aaja o jaane waale dukh paayega
dukh paayega
dukhi jiya pukaare
laut ke aa
o yoon naa rooth ke jaa
dukhi jiya pukaare laut ke aa
o yoon naa rooth ke jaa
thhode dinon ki zindgaani ee
tu bhi phaani hai main bhi phaani
jaane waale
o yoon naa roothh ke jaa
jaane waale
o yoon naa roothh ke jaa

teri meri kahaani saara jag gaayega aa aa
teri meri kahaani saara jag gaayega
bura kahenge jab naam tera aayega aa
pyaar ko dekh tamaasha naa banaa
o yoon naa roothh ke jaa
pyaar ko dekh tamaasha naa banaa
o yoon naa roothh ke jaa
thhode dinon ki zindgaani ee
tu bhi phaani hai main bhi phaani
jaane waale o yoon naa roothh ke jaa

kya hai bharosa zindgaani ka
kya hai bharosa zindgaani ka
aadmi bulbula hai paani ka aa
aana hai to mere jeete jee aa
nahin to karega kya
aana hai to mere jeete jee aa
nahin to karega kya
thhode dinon ki zindgaani ee
tu bhi phaani hai main bhi phaani
jaane waale o yoon naa roothh ke jaa
jaane waale o yoon naa rooth ke jaa


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“Paraayi Aag”(1948) was directed by Najam Naqvi for Great India Pictures. The movie had Munawwar Sultana, Ulhas, Mumtaz (Madhubala), Sheri, A Shah, W M Khan, Jilloo Bai etc in it.

Mr Sadanand Kamath, our inhouse researcher on old movies had researched this movie and he had read its story in “FilmIndia” magazine october 1948 issue where review of this movie was carried out. He summarises the story as- “The story of the film revolves around the mistaken identities of the two prospective brides and bridegrooms. This leads to first, the comical situations and later, to some melodrama before misunderstandings are sorted out. ”

The movie had eight songs in it. Five of them have been covered in the past.

Here is the sixth song from “Paraayi Aag”(1948) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Zohrabai Ambalewaali. Tanveer Naqvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ghulam Mohammad.

Only the audio of this 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-Kis’se kahen ki kaun hamaare chale gaye (Paraayi Aag)(1948) Singer-Zohrabai Ambalewaali, Lyrics-Tanveer Naqvi, MD-Ghulam Mohammad

Lyrics

kis’se kahen ki
kaun hamaare ae ae
chale gaye
ham jee rahe thhe
jinke sahaare ae ae
chale gaye

unke baghair apni
unke baghair apni
khabar bhi na mil saki
khabar bhi na mil saki
hum bekhudi mein
khud ko pukaare ae ae
chale gaye
hum jee rahe thhe
jinke sahaare ae ae
chale gaye

wo khwaab wo sukoon wo
wo khwaab wo sukoon
wo tabassum wo walwale
tabassum wo walwale
aaye thhe saath
saath tumhaare ae ae
chale gaye
hum jee rahe thhe
jinke sahaare ae ae
chale gaye

dil mein koi ummeed
koi aarzoo nahin
koi aarzoo nahin
armaan hamaare
saath tumhaare ae ae
chale gaye
kis’se kahen ki
kaun hamaare ae ae
chale gaye


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“Nisbat”(1949) was directed by S Shamsuddin for Hindustan Art Productions, Bombay. This social movie had Yakoob, Munawwar Sultana, Mirza Musharraf, S Mazhar, Baby Zubeida, H Prakash, Sofia, Jillo etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it that were penned by three lyricists.

Three song from the movie have bee covered in the blog in the past.

Here is the fourth song from “Nisbat”(1949) to appear in the blog. This rare song is sung by Zohrabai Amblewaali. Behzad Lucknowi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Pt Govindram.

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

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


Song-Jiyoon kis tarah kuchh sahaara nahin (Nisbat)(1949) Singer-Zohrabai Ambalewaali, Lyrics-Behzad Lucknowi, MD-Pt Govindram

Lyrics

jiyoon kis tarah
haaye jiyoon kis tarah
kuchh sahaara nahin

jiyoon kis tarah kuchh sahaara nahin
jiyoon kis tarah kuchh sahaara nahin
muqaddar ka raushan sitaara nahin

meri naav ab kya thamegi bhala
aa aa aa
meri naav ab kya thamegi bhala
ke uska nahin hai koi nakhuda
ke uska nahin hai koi nakhuda
kisi simt koi kinaara nahin
kisi simt koi kinaara nahin
jiyoon kis tarah
haaye jiyoon kis tarah
kuchh sahaara nahin

duaayen bhi maangi muraaden bhi kee
duaayen bhi maangi muraaden bhi kee
magar badliyaan gham ki yoon hi rahin
yoon hi rahin
magar badliyaan gham ki yoon hi rahin
yoon hi rahin
ise maine dil se pukaara nahin
ise maine dil se pukaara nahi
muqaddar ka raushan sitaara nahin
jiyoon kis tarah kuchh sahaara nahin
jiyoon kis tarah kuchh sahaara nahin
muqaddar ka raushan sitaara nahin


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“Romeo and Juliet” (1947) was directed by Akhtar Hussain for Nargis arts Concerns, Bombay. This movie, a home production of Nargis, had Nargis, Sapru, Anwar, Sunalini Devi, Nisaar, Johw Cawas, Hamid Muraad, Nazeer Kashmiri, Voilet, Pushpa, Abdul Rasheed, Amanullah 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.

“Heera”(1947) was a Jayant Desai Productions, Bombay presentation. It had Ishwarlal, Paro Devi, Mubarak, Revashankar, Lachhu Maharaj, Bhagwan Das, Sukumar, Gulaab, Baby Vimla, Shantabai etc in it.
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