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This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, 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.

Blog Day :

5313 Post No. : 17420

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2013-2023) – Song No. 18
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The blog clocked five, six and five posts respectively on the first three days of this month ten year back in the year 2013.
However on the fourth day it took a ‘slight dip’ and four posts were posted on 04th February’2013.

Here are the details of the four songs posted on the blog on 04.02.2013.

Song Title Name of the movie(year) Remarks
Ya rab hamaari aah mein itna asar nahin Qasam(1947) 07 of 10 songs posted
Kahaani ban gayi Nurse(1943) 04 of 09 songs posted
Tera kaanton se pyaar Chunariya(1948) All songs posted-Yippeeee’ed
Charkhi waale o Ham Ek Hain(1946) All songs posted-Yippeeee’ed

Out of four movies represented on the blog on 04.02.2013, two movies have already been ‘Yippeeee’ed’.

So we have two movies left for presentation of a song from them today on the blog.

Here is song from the movie ‘Qasam-1947’.

“Qasam-1947” or “Kasam” was directed by M.D. Baig for ‘Prem Pictures’. It had Prem Adib, Najma, Raj Adib, Shashi, Sabir, Kanta Devi, Ameer Bano, Bhimji, G.H. Khan, Anuprani, Jamu Patel, Rubi Aaran, Tawangar Hussain Lucknowi and others.

This movie has ten songs. Six were penned by Hamid Hyderbadi and two by Anjum Pilibhiti. Lyricists’ name for the remaining two songs is not known.

Here are the details of these songs.

SNo Song Title Lyricist Posted On
01 Khuda tujhko dega hamen denewaale Hamid 03.02.2023
02 Sunaa jaa koi geet ae dil sunaa ja Hamid 25.10.2010
03 Ae dil bata kisko karoon pyaar Anjum 18.01.2013
04 Ya rab hamaari aah mein itna asar nahin Hamid 04.02.2013
05 Din raat hain badley huye maaloom nahin kyon Hamid
06 Wo jisko mitaa baithhe, wo unki hi duniyaa thhi Hamid 03.02.2013
07 Daaman ko haathh se wo chhudaakar chale gaye Anjum 13.11.2010
08 Hamen apna jalwaa dikhaa kamli waale Hamid Being covered in this post
09 Khuda tera … Not known
10 Kya hamse huyi hai aisi khata Not known 15.06.2016

Today we present the song mentioned at sr.no. 08 above (as per HFGK Vol-II (1941-1950).

Singer’s name for today’s song is not known. Lyrics for the today’s song are written by Hamid Hyderabadi and music is composed by Sajjad Hussain.

Let us listen to today’s song now … Only the audio of the today’s song is available.

Lyrics for this song were sent by Prakashchandra.

Audio

Song-Hamen apna jalwa dikha kamli waale (Qasam)(1947) Singer-Unknown, Lyrics-Hamid Hyderabadi, MD-Sajjad Hussain

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

hamen apnaa jalwaa aa
dikhaa kamli waale ae
hamen apnaa jalwaa aa
dikhaa kamli waale ae
wahi na rahe haque (?)
sunaa kamli waale ae
wahi na rahe haque (?)
sunaa kamli waale ae

khudaa teraa hai ae
aur saari khudaayi ee ee
saari khudaayi
teraa huqm
hukum-ae-khudaa kamli waale
hamen apnaa jalwaa aa
dikhaa kamli waale ae

teri bandagi tere imaan ke sadqe ae
hamen raah seedhi
dikhaa kamli waale
hamen apnaa jalwaa
dikhaa kamli waale ae

gareebon ke maulaa
yateemon ke waali.. ee
yateemon ke waali..ee
museebat se hamko o
bachaa kamli waale
hamen apnaa jalwaa
dikhaa kamli waale

bachaayaa thhaa bewaa ko
laanat se toone ae ae
laanat se toone ae
bachaayaa thhaa bewaa ko
laanat se toone ae ae ae
laanat se toone ae
tere dhang kaa jeenaa
sikhaa kamli waale
hamen apnaa jalwaa
dikhaa kamli waale

gunahgaar hain
par tere ummati hain
khudaa ke ghazab se ae
bachaa kamli waale
hamen apnaa jalwaa
dikhaa kamli waale ae
wahi na rahe haque (?)
sunaa kamli waale ae


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, 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.

Blog Day :

5313 Post No. : 17417

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2013-2023) – Song No.17
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Today’s song is from the ‘1947’ movie ‘Qasam’ under the ‘blog ten year challenge 2013-2023’.

One song from this movie ‘Qasam-1947’ was posted on this day ten years back.

There were total five songs posted on this day on 03.02.2013. Out of these five songs four songs were from movies and one song was NFS of C.H. Atma.

Here are the details of these five songs posted on the blog on 03.02.2013.

Song Title Name of the movie (year) Remarks
Aaj mere ghar mehmaan aaye Aap Ki Marzi(1939) 03 of 11 songs posted
Wo jisko mitaa baithhe Qasam(1947) 06 of 10 songs posted
Lagaa hai kuchh aisa nishaana kisi ka Sipahiya(1949) 07 of 10 songs posted
Nainon mein do nain samaaye C.H. Atma (NFS) (1960)
Wo chaand chamka wo noor chhalka Son Of Sindbad(1958) 03 of 08 songs posted

As can be seen from the above table none of the four movies viz. ‘Aap Ki Marzi-1939’, ‘Qasam-1947’, ‘Sipahiya-1949’ and ‘Son of Sindbada-1958’ have been ‘Yippeeee’ed’ on the blog.

So, all the above four movies are eligible for presentation of a song from them today.

I am presenting a song from the movie ‘Qasam-1947’.

“Qasam-1947” or “Kasam” was directed by M.D. Baig for ‘Prem Pictures’.
It had Prem Adib, Najma, Raj Adib, Shashi, Sabir, Kanta Devi, Ameer Bano, Bhimji, G.H. Khan, Anuprani, Jamu Patel, Rubi Aaran, Tawangar Hussain Lucknowi and others.

This movie has ten songs. Lyrics were by Hamid Hyderbadi (six songs) and Anjum Pilibhiti (two songs). Lyricists’ name for the remaining two songs is not known.

So far, six songs from this movie ‘Qasam-1947’ have been posted on the blog. Today’s song is the seventh song from this movie to be represented on the blog.

Singers’ name for today’s song is not known. This song is sung by various artists.

Lyrics for this song are written by Hamid Hyderabadi and music is composed by Sajjad Hussain.

Let us listen to the song now … Only the audio of the today’s song is available.

Lyrics for this song were sent by Prakashchandra.

Audio

Song-Khuda tujhko dega hamen dene waale (Qasam)(1947) Singer-chorus, Lyrics-Hamid Hyderabadi, MD-Sajjad Hussain

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

hmmm…mmmm…hmmmm
hmmm…mmmm…hmmmm
hmmm…mmmm…hmmmm
hmmm…mmmm…hmmmm
hmmm…mmmm…hmmmm

khudaa tujhko degaa
hamein dene waale
hamein dene waale
khudaa tujhko degaa
hamein dene waale
hamein dene waale
bhalaa teraa hogaa
bhalaa karne waale
bhalaa karne waale

hamaaraa kahin bhi
nahin hai thhikaanaa
hamaaraa kahin bhi
nahin hai thhikaanaa
jahaan teraa hai
aur saaraa zamaanaa aa
saaraa zamaanaa
jahaan teraa hai
aur saaraa zamaanaa aa
saaraa zamaanaa

hamaari musibat pe
kuchh taras khaanaa
hamaari musibat se
kuchh taras khaanaa
tere haque mein hum hain
duaa karne waale
duaa karne waale
khudaa tujhko degaa
hamein dene waale
hamein dene waale
bhalaa teraa hogaa
bhalaa teraa hogaa
bhalaa karne waale
bhalaa karne waale
hmmm…mmmm…hmmmm
hmmm…mmmm…hmmmm
hmmm…mmmm…hmmmm
hmmm…mmmm…hmmmm

hamein apni duniyaa
basaani nahin hai
basaani nahin hai
muhabbat ki qeemat
giraani nahin hai ae
muhabbat ki qeemat
giraani nahin hai ae
huye jiske ham
uskaa saani nahin hai
saani nahin hai
huye jiske ham
uskaa saani nahin hai
saani nahin hai
huye jiske hum
usey dekh kar de
hamein dene waale
hamein dene waale
usey dekh kar de
hamein dene waale
hamein dene waale
bhalaa teraa hogaa
bhalaa teraa hogaa
bhalaa karne waale
bhalaa karne waale

tamanna hai koyi
na kuchh aarzoo hai
tamanna hai koyi
na kuchh aarzoo hai
usee ki hamein
har ghadi justjoo hai
hamein justjoo hai
usee kie hamein
har ghadi justjoo hai
hamein justjoo hai
hamaari nazar mein
to wo chaar-suu hai
hamaari nazar mein
to wo chaar-suu hai
diye jaa diye jaa
hamein dene waale
hamein dene waale
khudaa tujhko degaa
hamein dene waale
hamein dene waale
bhalaa teraa hogaa
bhalaa teraa hogaa
bhalaa karne waale


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, 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.

Blog Day :

5310 Post No. : 17406

#the Decade of Fourties – 1941 – 1950 #
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Today’s song is from the movie ‘Jaadui Ratan-1947’.

This movie made its debut on the blog on 21.07.2017 when our Shri Sudhir ji had presented the first song from this movie on the blog.

However no other song from this movie has been presented on the blog ever since. I guess that the songs from this movie were also not available on online sources. But now few songs have been made available by passionate music lovers.

“Jaadui Ratan-1947” was directed by Natwar Shyam for ‘Kismat Pictures’.

It had Nayantara, Mumtaz, Urmila, Suryakant, Devdutt, Fazlu, Lal, Chatterjee, Gulnar, Kanta, Pahalwan and others.

As per information available in HFGK Vol-II (1941-1950) this movie has eight songs composed by Music Director Chitragupt.

Two lyricists have been credited with song writing for this movie viz. Behzad and Kamalakant.

However lyricist for individual song is not mentioned in HFGK. (And so we are leaving the credit for lyricist as ‘unattributed’).

Here is the list of songs of this movie.

SNo Song Title Singer/s
01 Nainon mein aana , mere man mein samaana Geeta Roy/Dutt, Radha Govind
02 Tum murli shyam bajaao Saroj Welingkar
03 Sapnon mein aane waale aaye Not mentioned
04 Mera nanhaasa dil piya lut liya re Geeta Roy/Dutt,Radha Govind
05 Wo rut badal gayi Geeta Roy/Dutt
06 Matlab ka sansaar saara Not mentioned
07 Hey krishn muraari Saroj Welingkar
08 Aaj aayenge pyaare mere chitchor Saroj Welingkar

Today’s song is sung by Saroj Welingkar. One of her songs is already posted on the blog.

Today’s song is a nice song to listen where the girl is ‘expecting her beloved’s arrival’ and the ‘meeting’ with him. 🙂 She is filled with joy of the meeting with her beloved and doing the preparations for welcoming him. She is also asking her ‘sakhis’ to do the ‘sajaawat’ for their ‘madhurajni’ which (I guess) is coming after a long gap.

Let us now enjoy today’s song …

Audio

Song-Aaj aayenge pyaare mere chitchor (Jaadui Ratan)(1947) Singer-Saroj Welingkar, Lyrics-Unknown MD-Chitragupta

Lyrics

aaj aayenge ae
aayenge
aaj aayenge
pyaare mere chitchor
mere chitchor
aaj aayenge ae
aayenge

mere man mein umang
naya rang ang ang
mere man mein
mere man mein umang
naya rang ang ang
jaise saagar ke seene pe
naache ae tarang
naache tarang
naache magan ho
mere man ka mor
naache magan ho
mere man ka mor
mere man ka mor
aaj aayenge
pyaare mere chitchor
mere chitchor
aaj aayenge ae
aayenge

aaj meri hai
jagmag deewaali aali
aaj meri hai
aaj meri hai
jagmag deewaali aali
madhurajni
ho madhurajni milan ki
niraali aali
nainon se bandhegi
nainon ki dor
nainon se bandhegi
nainon ki dor
nainon ki dor
aaj aayenge
pyaare mere chitchor
mere chitchor
aaj aayenge ae
aayenge

? kaliyon sej
sajaao sakhi
sajaao sakhi
unke charnon mein
aankhen bichhaaun sakhi
bichhaaun sakhi
bichhde mile phir se
chandaa chakor
bichhde mile phir se
chandaa chakor
chandaa chakor
aaj aayenge
pyaare mere chitchor
mere chitchor
aaj aayenge ae
aayenge


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, 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.

Blog Day :

5309 Post No. : 17403

#the Decade of Fourties – 1941 – 1950 #
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In this post I once again present a song from the year ‘1947’. Ever since I became aware that in this year ‘1947’ there were maximum number of movies released in a single year, and this record was only broken in the year ‘1985’ (reference Shri Arunkumar ji’s post on the blog) I have become curious to go through the songs of ‘1947. And also try to bring more from ‘1947’ on the blog.

That also gives me an opportunity to listen to songs which I have not listened to so far or refresh my memory for the songs those I have heard earlier and those I am familiar with earlier.

In this post, I am presenting a song from the ‘1947’ movie ‘EK Kadam’.

One song from this movie has already been posted on the blog earlier on 14.12.2017.

I am reproducing the text below about this movie and its songs which Atul ji has mentioned while presenting the first song from this movie on the blog.

“Ek Kadam”(1947) was directed by Ramnik Desai for ‘Sunrich Productions, Bombay’. This “social “movie had Damyanti Sahni, Ansari, Raj Kachlu, Gayatri, Baburao etc in it. Neither the movie nor the actors ring any bells. That is how obscure this movie is.

Even the numbers of songs in this movie are not known. HFGK lists six songs and leaves blanks indicating that the movie had other songs as well whose details are not known.

I am adding below the detail of the six songs that HFGK Vol-II (1941-1950) has mentioned for this movie.

Mohd Rafi

SNo Song Title Singer/s
01 Chalo biraadaro chalo Various artistes
02 Kaate naa kate re mora dinwaa Kusum Mantri, Zohrabai Ambalewali
03 Ek kadam aur ek kadam Shamshad Begum
04 Tub hi rah main bhi Shamshad Begum
05 Panchhi bhool gaya wo gaana Shamshad Begum
06 Ab phir se, phir phir se yaad aaye kyun Shamshad Begum

As mentioned in HFGK Vol-II (1941-1950) the lyricist for this movie was Avtar Visharad and music for this movie was composed by Prakash Nath Sharma.

Today’s song is sung by Kusum Mantri and Zohrabai Ambalewali.

The song is a nice song wherein the girl is expressing her feelings to her saheli and telling how she is excited about the ‘piya-milan’.

Only the audio of this song is available.

Audio

Song-Kaate na kate re mora dinwa (Ek Kadam)(1947) Singers-Kusum Mantri, Zohrabai Ambalewali, Lyrics-Avtar Vishaarad, MD-Prakash Nath Sharma

Lyrics

kaate naa kate re mora
dinwaa
gawanwaa kab hoyi
kaate naa kate re mora
dinwaa
gawanwaa kab hoyi
hoye jiske aanganwaa
jawanwa
gawanwaa
kab hoyi
hoye jiske aanganwaa
jawanwaa
gawanwaa
kab hoyi
kaate naa kate re mora
dinwaa
gawanwaa kab hoyi

nainan pyaas lagi hai
aankh milne ki lagi hai
nainan pyaas lagi hai
aankh milne ki lagi hai
dheeraj dhare naa
dheeraj dhare naa
mora manwaa
gawanwaa kab hoyi
hoye
maane naa kahanwaa maganwaa
gawanwaa kab hoyi
hoye
maane naa kahanwaa maganwaa
gawanwaa kab hoyi
kaate naa kate re mora
dinwaa
gawanwaa kab hoyi

man naa laage ae
man naa laage re
sakhiyan mein ae ae
neer dhare re ankhiyan mein
ho ji
man naa laage re
sakhiyan mein ae ae
neer dhare re ankhiyan mein
ae ae
bhayi re
sajanwaa sapanwaa
gawanwaa
kab hoyi
hoye
maane na kahanwaa maganwaa
gawanwaa kab hoyi
hoye
maane na kahanwaa maganwaa
gawanwaa kab hoyi
kaate naa kate re mora
dinwaa
gawanwaa kab hoyi

mohe jawaani sataaye
baat nahin koi bhaaye ae
mohe jawaani sataaye
baat nahin koi bhaaye ae
kaun mujhe samjhaaye
piya ke bhawanwaa milanwaa
haan
haan
gawanwaa kab hoyi
kaate naa kate re mora
dinwaa
gawanwaa kab hoyi
hoye jiske aanganwaa
jawanwaa
gawanwaa
kab hoyi
hoye jiske aanganwaa
jawanwaa
gawanwaa
kab hoyi
kaate naa kate re mora
dinwaa
gawanwaa kab hoyi


This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, 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.

Blog Day :

5309 Post No. : 17402

Today’s song is from a film Pahela Pyaar-1947, which has a halo of speculation and is shrouded in mystery.

This film was made under the banner of Sagar Movietone. Sagar Movietone was started as a film making company in 1931 by Chimanlal Desai and Dr. Ambalal Patel. Both of them had their Distribution and Exhibition business in Bangalore. Dr. Patel left Sagar Movietone and returned to his original business of Distribution. (He started his company Sudama Productions and made 3 Hindi films in 1940 and 1941). Desai continued with Sagar till 1940, making 52 Hindi talkie films, 4 Gujarati, 5 Tamil, 3 Telugu and 1 each Punjabi and Bangla films.

He then Closed Sagar and joined National studios with Fazalbhoy and Tatas to make films. After only 3 films, Desai left and established his own Amar pictures. (National studios made 16 films before closing down.)After making 6 films in Amar pictures, Chimanlal made Pahela Pyar-1947 again under Sagar Movietone’s banner and also later made a Gujarati film Kariyawar-1948 too for Sagar movietone. After this Chimanlal Desai went back to his original business of Distribution and Exhibition.

The moot question is why and how after closing down Sagar movietone in 1940, 2 films were made under this banner again ? We could not find any answer for this mystery. I personally spoke to Shri Biren Kothari ji, author of the excellent research book ” Sagar Movietone”, but he could not get any answer to this question either from the surviving members of Chimanlal Desai family or any contemporary documents. So, one more riddle added to the list of unsolved mysteries of Hindi film history !

The film was directed by A.P.Kapoor, a veteran from the early cinema. A.P. aka Anand Prasad Kapoor was a well known director of early cinema. He had directed 14 silent films before trying his hand at a Talkie film. He was born in 1892 at benares. After matriculation, he came to Bombay and joined the film industry doing odd jobs. His first silent film as a director was Fairy of the Flute-1927 made by Sharda Film Co. His first talkie film as a director was Radhesham-1932, jointly directed by R.L.Shorey. This was a film made in Lahore.

He directed 18 talkie films. He also acted in 2 films. He wrote 32 songs in 3 films as a Lyricist. He also sang 6 songs in 5 films. His last film as a director was Chor-1950. At this stage he realised that his old style was no more acceptable with the new set up. So he retired. A.P.Kapoor died on 16-9-1966 at Bombay.

The Music Director of this film was Premnath (not the famous actor. He was different). The cast of the film was Vaqnmala, Agha jan,Sulochana Chatterjee, David,K.N.Singh, Bibbo etc. This was the last film for Bibbo in india. She migrated to pakistan. This was also the film for Agha as a hero. After this he started doing character roles and as a Comedian. For even Vanmala, this was her last film as a heroine.

Agha (21-3-1914 to 30-4-1992) was of Persian descent.He was born in Poona. He was known for comic roles and modeled himself on Bob Hope’s style of acting. He appeared in 328 Hindi films in his career between 1935 and 1986. His son, Jalal Agha, also became an actor, most known for the song, Mehbooba Mehbooba from the film Sholay-75.

Agha confessed that he went to school for just three days, “that was as long as I could stand it”. He spent time “mooching” around Poona Race course, as he wanted to become a jockey and loved horses. Later in life Agha owned 2 Race Horses and was seen on Bombay and Poona Racecourses very often.

Agha came to Bombay and joined his neighbourhood drama group. His interest in acting took him to films where in 1933 he started as a production manager in Kanwal Movietone.

Agha’s first film was Kanwal Movietone’s Stree Dharma also called Painted Sin (1935) starring Mehtab and Nazir. However, his films Karwan-e-Husn (1935), Wadia’sRangila Mazdoor (1938), and Anuradha (1940) helped him gain recognition as a comic actor. He acted in Kikubhai Desai’s (Manmohan Desai’s father) Circus Ki Sundari (1941) which was popular and this helped in getting lead roles in films like Muqabala (1942), Laheri Cameraman (1944) and Taxi Driver (1944). His most active years were from the 1930s to 1960s.

Agha even sang 6 songs in 5 films, namely Stree Dharma-35, Toofan Express-38, Muqabala-42, Piya ghar aaja-47 and Meri Asha-50. He was the Hero in Bombay Talkies film Jwar Bhata-44, in which Dilip Kumar made a debut. Dilip was the secondary Hero. This fact Agha used to always tell. Later on ofcourse the picture reversed and Agha became a tailpiece to Dilip in his films. He had acted in 328 films in all.

Agha had 3 daughters and one son-Jalal Agha. His wife’s name was Masuma.

Agha died on 30 April 1992 of a heart attack in Pune, Maharashtra, India. He was 78 years old. He was survived by three daughters and one son, Jalal Agha. Jalal Agha died on 5 March 1995, in New Delhi, also of a heart attack. Agha was only once nominated for Filmfare Best supporting actor’s award for Ghunghat-60.

One funny thing about today’s song is that there is another song from the film ” Captain India”-1960, having the same mukhada, word by word, but the lyrics, Lyricist and the singer are different. Today’s song is sung by Shamshad Begum and is written by Balam Pardesi.


Song- Chhoone na doongi shareer balam jee (Pahela Pyaar)(1947) Singer- Shamshad begum, Lyricist- Balam Pardesi, MD- Premnath

Lyrics

Chhoone na doongi
Chhoone na doongi shareer balam jee
haan haan balam jee
najariyon se jee bhar doongi
Chhoone na doongi
Chhoone na doongi shareer balam jee
haan haan balam jee
najariyon se jee bhar doongi
Chhoone na doongi

nanad gayi bajariya
saas mandirwa
saas mandirwa
mohe balam chhede
kya karoon haay daiyya
mohe balam chhede
kya karoon haay daiyya
?? akeli mohe
jaan akeli sainyya
jaan akeli sainyya
? akeli mohe
jaan akeli sainyya
manmaani tori chalne na doongi
sainyya
chalne na doongi sainyya
ho
najariyon se jee bhar doongi
Chhoone na doongi
Chhoone na doongi shareer balam jee
haan haan balam jee
najariyon se jee bhar doongi
Chhoone na doongi

door hato jee dekho baat badhaao na
door hato jee dekho baat badhaao na
paas na aao more
jaao jee
jaao na
paas na aao more
jaao jee
jaao na
pyaar karoge to main
shor karoongi haan
pyaar karoge to main
shor karoongi haan
dil ki baataan
dhone na doongi sainyya
dhone na doongi sainyya
ho najariyon se jee bhar doongi
Chhoone na doongi
Chhoone na doongi shareer balam jee
haan haan balam jee
najariyon se jee bhar doongi
Chhoone na doongi
Chhoone na doongi shareer balam jee
haan haan balam jee
najariyon se jee bhar doongi
Chhoone na doongi


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Blog Day :

5308 Post No. : 17401

#the Decade of Fourtees – 1941 – 1950 #
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Today’s song is from the ‘1947’ movie ‘Bhakt Ke Bhagwaan’.

It was directed by V.M. Vyas for ‘Sunrise Pictures’.

The cast of this movie included Ratnamala, Umakant, Rani Premlata, Bhaktaraj Shankardas, Natwar Lal Chauhan, Mehar Sulatana, Shantabai, Radha, Saguna, Tara, Chandrika, Master Dhuliya, Babu Raje, Shyam, Haridas and others.

This movie has eight songs as per details given below.

HFGK Vol-II (1941-1950) mentions the lyricist as Kavi Manswi Prantijwala and one song is written by Kabil Amritsari.

Music for this movie is composed by Chhannalal Thakur. HFGK Vol-II mentions that Shanti Kumar was the background music composer for this movie.

Here is the list of songs in this movie:-

SNo Song Title Lyricist Singer/s
01 Hari gun gaa, hari ka bhajan karo Kavi Manswi Prantijwala Bindu Joshi, chorus
02 Bhakt ke bhagwaan tera hi naam smaran Kavi Manswi Prantijwala Not mentioned
03 Sajni chhoti si hai baat Kavi Manswi Prantijwala Rajkumari
04 Aaj hai pratham milan ki raat Kavi Manswi Prantijwala Rajkumari
05 Roothh gaye hansi ke din roti hoon intezaar mein Kabil Amritsari Rajkumari
06 Ae chaand tu bataa de mera chaand hai kahaan Kavi Manswi Prantijwala Rajkumari
07 Garjo ghan gagan ghor Kavi Manswi Prantijwala Not mentioned
08 Aao hari, aao hari, aasha hamaari niraasha na ho Kavi Manswi Prantijwala Bindu Joshi, Rajkumari

This movie had made its debut on the blog on 08.02.2016 with its song ‘sajni chhoti si ha baat’. This song remains the only song from this movie to be posted on the blog so far.

Today we present the second song from this movie in the voice of Rajkumari. This a lovely song for ‘missing the beloved’. 🙂
Lyrics are by Kavi Manswi Prantijwala and music is composed by Chhannalal Thakur.

Only the audio of this song is available

Let us now listen to this song from ‘Bhakt Ke Bhagwaan-1947’…

Audio

Song-Ae chaand tu bata de mera chaand hai kahaan (Bhakt Ke Bhagwaan)(1947) Singer-Rajkumari, Lyrics-Kavi Manswi Prantijwala, MD-Chhannalal Thakur

Lyrics

chaand
ae chaand
ae chaand
ae chaand
ay chaand tu bataa de
mera chaand hai kahaan
ae chaand tu bataa de
mera chaand hai kahaan
main yahaan
wo kahaan aa
ae chaand tu bataa de
mera chaand hai kahaan
ae chaand tu bataa de
mera chaand hai kahaan
main yahaan
wo kahaan aa

ae chaand teri chaandni
sandesaa laayi hai
ae chaand teri chaandni
sandesaa laayi hai
prem ki jogan
ki saugand(?) lene aayi hai
prem ki jogan
ki saugand(?) lene aayi hai
aaj ye pukaar meri
aayegi wahaan
aaj ye pukaar meri
aayegi wahaan
ae chaand tu bataa de
mera chaand hai kahaan
ae chaand tu bataa de
mera chaand hai kahaan
main yahaan
wo kahaan aa

ae chaand tu bataa de
mera chaand hai kahaan
ae chaand tu bataa de
mera chaand hai kahaan
main yahaan

wo kaunsi badli mein
jaa ke chhup gaye hain
wo kaunsi badli mein
jaa ke chhup gaye hain
unko hamaari yaad hai ke
bhool gaye hain ae
unko hamaari yaad hai ke
bhool gaye hain ae
main kuchh bhi kahoon
kaise meri band hai zabaan
main kuchh bhi kahoon
kaise meri band hai zabaan
ae chaand tu bataa de
mera chaand hai kahaan
ae chaand tu bataa de
mera chaand hai kahaan
main yahaan
wo kahaan aa


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, 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.

Blog Day :

5299 Post No. : 17353

#the Decade of Fifties – 1941 – 1950 #
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“Andhon Ki Duniya-1947” was directed by Keshav Rao Daate for ‘Rajkamal Kalamandir Ltd.’.It had Leela Chitnis, Manmohan Krishna, Munawwar Sultana, Mahipal, Professor Hudlikar, Vikas, Gulab, Parshuram and others.

This movie has ten songs written by Behzad Lucknowi, Deewan Sharar, and Khumar. Music for this movie was composed by Vasant Desai.

In the information provided in HFGK Vol-II (1941-1950) for this movie page lyricist’s name for one song is not mentioned. (And the singer’s name for only two songs has been provided on the movie page i.e. song no.1 &2. But for song number one the correct names are again mentioned in the ‘Corrigenda’.).
In the ‘addenda’ HFGK has mentioned the singers’ name for song no.4, 5, 8, 10, 6, 7 and 9 which I have provided in the below table.

SNo Song Title Lyricist Singer/s
01 Is ishq ke daaman mein phoolon ka khazaana Behzad Lucknowi Shailesh Mukherjee, Zohrabai Ambalewali
02 Tujhe aap beetana hai apna jeewan Deewan Sharar Manmohan Krishna, chorus
03 Nigaahon ka sadkaa nigaah karte jaan Deewan Sharar Not known
04 Ghareebon ke daata, ghareebon ke waali Not known Zohrabai Ambalewali, chorus
05 Sunaaun haal e dil kaise Deewan Sharar Zohrabai Ambalewali
06 Gaana –gaana sakhi koi gaana Deewan Sharar Various artistes
07 Mere jeewan ka tu ujiyaara Deewan Sharar Manmohan Krishna
08 Koyal kyon shor machaaye preetam Khumar Zohrabai Ambalewali
09 Hamko sazaayein dete ho sarkaar kisliye Deewan Sharar Manmohan Krishna
10 Koyi batlaa de mujhe, dard-e-muhabbat kyon …. Deewan Sharar Zohrabai Ambalewali

One song (the first song in the above table) has been posted on the blog earlier on 24.08.2014. That was a LONG time ago. 🙂

Today we present the second song from this movie. It is written by Deewan Sharar (as per HFGK. The up-loaders on ‘YouTube’ mention the lyricist as Behzad Lucknowi).

Music is composed by Vasant Desai.

Let us now listen to today’s song…

I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on this movie and its songs.

Editor’s note:- With this song, Vasant Desai reaches 200 songs as a music director in the blog.


song-Sunaaun haal e dil kaise (Andhon Ki Duniya)(1947) Singer-Zohrabai Ambalewaali, Lyrics-Dewan Sharar, MD-Vasant Desai

Lyrics

sunaaun haal e dil kaise
sunaaun haal e dil kaise
ye ik mushqil si
mushqil hai
ye ik mushqil si ee
mushqil hai ae
mera dil to wo hai
haan
mera dil to wohi hai
par
zaraa badlaa huaa dil hai
sunaaun haal e dil kaise
sunaaun un un un un

o o o o
o o o o o
ham apne ghar ko dil
aur dil ko apna ghar samajhte thhe
ham apne ghar ko dil
aur dil ko apna ghar samajhte thhe
ye ab jaana ke ghar to
zindagi ki pehli manzil hai
sunaaun un un un un

kabhi dil shaad thha
khush thha
patang aur dor ke peechhe ae
kabhi dil shaad thha
khush thha
patang aur dor ke peechhe ae
samajh mein ab lagaa aane
wo kya dil thha
ye kya dil hai
wo kya dil thha
ye kya dil hai
sunaaun un un un un

o o o o o o o
o ho o o
wo mere dil mein bastey hain
ae
wo mere dil mein bastey hain
to samjho mere bas mein hain
to samjho mere bas mein hain
mera dil unke qaaboo mein
to jaano unke qaabil hai
to jaano unke qaabil hai
sunaaun haal e dil kaise
sunaaun un un un un


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Blog Day :

5298 Post No. : 17349

#the Decade of Forties – 1941 – 1950 #
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Today’s song is from the year ‘1947’.

It is from the movie ‘Amar Asha’ (alias ‘Immortal Hope’).

“Amar Asha -1947” was directed by B.M. Vyas for ‘Sunrise Pictures, Bombay’.

It had Paro, Umakant, Sitara, Ghulam Muhammad, Pratima Devi, Pande, Ameer Baano, Babu Raje, Radha, M. Wazeer, Mumtaz and others.

This movie has eight songs written by three lyricists.
(Lyricist for only three songs have been identified and mentioned for them in HFGK Vol-II (1941-1950).

Music for this movie was composed by Shanti Kumar.

Here is the list of songs this movie has.

SNo Song Title Lyricist Singer/s
01 Janam din aayo ri more lallaa ka Not known Various artistes
02 Apna ghar pehchaan bande ae Not known Rafiq Ahmed
03 Uyi maa, kaise main fashion banaaun Not known Sitara
04 Aankhon se masti barsaa de Not known Paro Devi
05 Vande mataram, sujlaam, suflaam Bankim Chandra Chatterjee Not mentioned
06 Jo main itnaa jaanti ke preet kiye pachhtaayi Not known Not mentioned
07 Bhoole se dil tujhe na bhulaaye Kabil Amritsari Sitara
08 Muhabbat jataane ko jee chaahta hai Kabil Amritsari Paro Devi

So far, only one song from this movie have been posted on the blog on 04.12.2016.

Today’s song is the second song from this movie to be posted on the blog. It is sung by Rafiq Ahmed. Lyricist name for the today’s song is not known.

Only the audio of this song is available.

Let us now listen to this song …

Audio

Song-Apna ghar pehchaan (Amar Asha)(1947) Singer-Rafiq Ahmad, MD-Shanti Kumar

Lyrics

apnaa ghar pehchaan
apnaa ghar pehchaan
bande ae ae
apnaa ghar pehchaan
apnaa ghar pehchaan
idhar udhar kee ee
idhar udhar ki thhokar
khaaye
baat kisi ki samajh
na paayen ae
samajh na paayen
tu itnaa naadaan
tu itnaa naadaan
bande ae
apnaa ghar pehchaan
apnaa ghar pehchaan

apnaa ghar pehchaan
jhoothhe jag se ae ae
jhoothhe jag se
moh badhhaaye
jeewan bhar tu paap kamaaye
paap kamaaye
ant samay kuchh kaam na aaye
ant samay kuchh kaam na aaye
sone ke harne(?) ke peechhe
tu itnaa hairaan
bande
apnaa ghar pehchaan
sone ke harne(?) ke peechhe
tu itnaa hairaan
bande
apnaa ghar pehchaan
apnaa ghar pehchaan

apnaa ghar pehchaan
jhoothhi duniya aa aa
jhoothhi duniya
jhoothhi maaya
gal jaati mitti ki kaaya
gal jaati mitti ki kaaya aa
toone ismein man bharmaaya
toone ismein man bharmaaya
nain khol kar dekh zaraa tu
bula rahe bhagwaan
bande
bula rahe bhagwaan?
nain kholkar dekh zaraa tu
bulaa rahe bhagwaan
bande ae
apnaa ghar pehchaan
apnaa ghar pehchaan
apnaa ghar pehchaan
bande ae ae
apnaa ghar pehchaan


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Blog Day :

5290 Post No. : 17324

Today’s song is from an obscure film Doli-1947.

It is on record that the year 1947 produced a record number of Hindi films -181, till that year. This record was beaten only by number of Hindi films made in 1985 -187 films ! It means that the 1947 record remained unbeaten for 54 years, from the advent of talkie films in 1931. The historians, however agree that though the total number of Hindi films was 181 in 1947, films with good story, acting, direction or good music were not too many.

Films like Andhon ki duniya, Bela, Bhakt Dhruv, Bhook, Dard, Dil ki Rani, Do Bhai, Elan, Jail yatra, Jugnu, Leela, Ramjoshi, Meera, Mirza Sahibaan, Natak, Neel kamal, Parwana, Shadi se pehle, Shehnai, Tum aur main and may be few more were the only films which looked like having been made seriously. Rest of the films were mostly compromises.

Why I say so is because, in 1947, everyone in the industry knew that on 15th August, India was to be partitioned and a new Muslim nation, Pakistan, was to be formed. Due to this, those Muslim artistes, technicians, Musicians, cameramen and all others connected with or serving in film industry, who wanted to migrate to Pakistan, had no interest in completing the films here with perfection. They all were in a hurry to somehow finish the films, pack up and leave the country.

Naturally, this kind of attitude affected the quality of films made in 1947 and the the record number of films made had a majority films with low quality. In this case Quantity ruled over Quality of the finished goods ! Not only this, but some cunning and unfair artistes took undue advantage of the shaky atmosphere and cheated their local staff as well as friends before quietly leaving the country.

Nazir Ahmed, actor, director and producer was the owner of Hind Studios, Dadar, Bombay, he had watched his studio being burnt by hooligans in the riots. In next few days he sold his house, property and car, visited some close local friends and borrowed huge amounts on some excuses. Same night he coolly left India with wife Swarnlata in the same car which he had sold that very day. Another case was of W.Z.Ahmed -owner of Shalimar Studios. He had not paid the salaries of his staff for last 3 months promising them to pay on 1st September 1947. One night he coolly left for Pakistan along with wife Neena and the prints of his films, without paying his staff. Many such cases can be recounted.

Major artistes like Dilip Kumar, Mehboob and Kardar wanted to migrate to Pakistan. Mehboob and Kardar did go to Pakistan, but came back within few days, realising that they had no future in that country. there were, of course, many who had decided well in advance not to leave India, though their roots were across the border. The vacancies of those who left India were almost immediately filled up by the waitlisted artistes of second line in India, and hence India’s film industry was not disturbed for long, except for few months.

I do not know about the storyline of film Doli-1947. It was made by All India Pictures. The music was by Ghulam Mohammed. The lyricist was Nazim Panipati, who was the brother of director producer Wali saheb -husband of actress Mumtaz Shanti. After some time Wali Saheb and Mumtaz Shanti migrated to Pakistan. The film was directed by S.K.Oza. For him this was his first film as a director. He got the chance because the original director- Daud Chand- had left for Pakistan. Later he directed 5 more films and had acted in 1 film -Dil hi to hai-1939.

Shubh Karan Oza (S.K.Oza), was born on 16-10-1921, at Hathras-U.P. He was educated in Kanpur. He joined films in 1939 as an assistant to Kidar Sharma,in Film Corporation of India Ltd. Same year he acted in the film Dil hi to hai-1939, for which Kidar Sharma was the director. Oza got his first film as director with film Doli-1947. Next came Nai Raat-48, Aadhi Raat-50, Hulchal-51 and Sitara-55. He started his own production company and made Naaz-54. He was the first director to go to Ceylon to direct a Simhalese film “Daivya Yoga”in 1958. He wrote stories of films like Mastana -54 and Upasana-71. He was the Executive production manager for film Agni Rekha-73. In his career, Oza had the opportunity to work with Big stars like Dilip Kumar, Nargis, Ashok kumar etc.

Shubh Karan Oza died in Bombay on 4-10-1980. (Thanks to Shri Harish Raghuvanshi ji for this information.)

The cast of the film was Wasti, Sulkochana Chatterjee, Susheel kumar, Amar, Madhuri, pratima devi, Amir Ali etc. Wast and Sulochan were the lead pair here. Riyasat Ali Wasti was born in 1912,at Naagao in U.P. His father was City magistrate,a judge and Dewan of the state. The family was well known in Bundelkhand area. After graduating from Ambala,Wasti did service for 7 years in the PWD of Punjab. He wanted to join films and he became a Hero in New oriental Films,Lahore’s ” Premyatra”-37. His Heroine was Umarazia begum,later on the wife of Ghulam haider.

He acted in Bombay’s films like Baghban, Industrial India, Pati patni, Rrikshawala, Thokar, Qaidi, Nartaki, Kudmai(Punjabi), Awaz, Nai Duniya, Sharda, Namaste etc. He was a fixture for Kardar films. As a Hero he did many films. In the 50s he acted in 11 films. In 60s and 70s he did 20 films.

Old timer Wasti ,who regaled the audiences with his natural acting in Sanjog, Rattan, Pugree made in the forties and many Punjabi & Hindi movies later o , was passing through a bad phase. Nasir Hussain honored him by offering the roles of substance in Dil Deke Dekho, Jab Pyar Kisi Se Hota Hai & Phir Wohi Dil Laya Hoon. His roles in jab pyar kisi se hota hai and Phir wohi dil laya hoon may be known to many.His last film was kasam-76.Two films, produced by him in 1952 and 56, flopped.

In his 40 years of career, Wasti acted in 63 films, from Prem Yatra-1937 to Kasam-1976. He also sang 5 songs in 2 films namely, Rikshawala-38 and Pati Patni-39.

Last 20 years of his life were spent in penury and anonymity. In last years, he was often seen begging near Liberty cinema in Bombay. He died on 15th April 1996.

Today’s song is a duet sung by Shamshad begum and G.M.Durrani.


Song-Koi meri duniya pe chhaaya hua hai (Doli)(1947) Singers-Shamshad Begam, G M Durrani, Lyrics-Nazim Panipati, MD-Ghulam Mohammad

Lyrics

Koi ee meri duniya pe chhaaya hua hai
Koi ee meri duniya pe chhaaya hua hai
meri zindagi ee mein samaaya hua hai
meri zindagi mein samaaya hua hai
haan samaaya hua hai

jise dhoondhhtee ee thheen ye betaab nazren
jise dhoondhhtee ee thheen ye betaab nazren
nigaahon mein wo chhupke aaya hua hai
nigaahon mein wo chhupke aaya hua hai
chupke aaya hua hai

meri zindagi mein andhera nahin hai ae ae ae
meri zindagi mein andhera nahin hai ae ae ae
muhabbat se dil jagmagaaya hua hai
muhabbat se dil jagmagaaya hua hai
jagmagaaya hua hai

ye mukhda jo kuchh muskuraaya hua hai
ye mukhda jo kuchh muskuraaya hua hai
kahin jaise deepak jalaaya hua hai
kahin jaise deepak jalaaya hua hai
haan jalaaya hua hai

sitaaron se keh do
ke ab munh chhupaa len
ke ab munh chhupaa len
sitaaron se keh do
ke ab munh chhupaa len
ke ab munh chhupaa len
mere ghar mein ek chaand aaya hua hai
mere ghar mein ek chaand aaya hua hai
chaand aaya hua hai

hai dard e muhabbat kisi ki nishaani
kisi ki nishaani
hai dard e muhabbat kisi ki nishaani
kisi ki nishaani
tabhi isko dil se lagaaya hua hai
tabhi isko dil se lagaaya hua hai
haan lagaaya hua hai


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, 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.

Blog Day :

5287 Post No. : 17319

Today’s song is from the ‘1947’ movie ‘Romeo And Juliet’,

It was directed by Akhtar Hussaain for ‘Nargis Art Concern, Bombay’ (home production of actress Nargis).

It had Nargis, Sapru, Anwar Hussain, Sunalini Devi, Nisar, John Cavas, Hameed Murad, Nazir Kashmiri, Violet, Pushpa, Abdul Rasheed, Amanullah and others.

This movie has eight songs in it and it had made its debut on the blog on 12.08.2014 with a song sung by Khayyam Saab and Zohrabai Ambalewali.
The second song from this movie followed immediately in next month and it was posted on 21.09.2014 which was sung by G.M. Durrani.
Thereafter it was a gap of almost three years after which the third song from this movie was posted on 26.07.2017. This song was a solo song sung by Zohrabai Ambalewali.

The fourth song from this movie again took more than three years to appear on the blog, and it was posted on 28.12.2020. This song again was a solo sung by Zohrabai Ambalewali.

The fifth song of this movie was discussed on 08.06.2022. So it was again after a gap of almost one and half year that the fifth song of this movie was posted after its fourth song.

Out of the eight songs of this movie, lyricist for three songs is Manohar Khanna. One song each is written by Majrooh Sultanpuri, Akhtar Shirani, Jigar Moradabadi and Faiz Ahmed Faiz.

Lyricist’s name for one song is not mentioned in HFGK Vol-II (1941-1950). However one of the audio links of this song mentions the lyricist name as Majrooh Sultanpuri for this song. We are going to listen to this song today.

*(In my earlier write-up with the songs of this movie I had mentioned two songs for Majrooh Sultanpuri considering the above link. But today I am correcting myself and leaving it to the knowledgeable readers to throw light on this song and its songs.).

Here is the list of songs of this movie.

S.No. Song Title Lyricist Singer Posted On
01 Mast jawaani aayi mast jawaani aayi Majrooh Sultanpuri Zohrabai Ambalewali 28.12.2020
02 Mausam ye suhaanaa, ahaa ahaa Manohar Khanna Zohrabai Ambalewali 26.07.2017
03 Tumhe sitaaron ne be-akhtiyaar dekha Akhtar Shirani G.M. Durrani 21.09.2014
04 Koyi dil mein samaaya jaaye Manohar Khanna Zohrabai Ambalewali
05 Kisko khabar thi, dil ki ye duniya Manohar Khanna
06 Kya bataayen ishq zaalim Jigar Moradabadi Zohrabai Ambalewali 08.06.2022
07 Wo yaad aa rahen hai, laaye unhe kahaan se *not mentioned in HFGK Vol-II G.M.Durrani Being discussed in this post
08 Donon jahaan teri muhabbat mein haar ke Faiz Ahmed Faiz Khayyam, Zohrabai Ambalewali 12.08.2014

As mentioned above and can be seen from the above table five songs from this movie have been posted on the blog earlier.

Today’s song is the sixth song from this movie. It is sung by G.M. Durrani.

Music is composed by Husnlal Bhagatram.

The lyricist name for this song is yet to be confirmed.

Let us now listen to today’s song.

Audio

Song-Wo yaad aa rahe hain (Romeo And Juliet)(1947) Singer-G M Durrani, Lyrics-Not known, MD-Husnlal Bhagatram

Lyrics

Wo yaad aa rahe hain
Wo yaad aa rahe hain
Laayen unhen ae kahaan se ae
Laayen unhen ae kahaan se
Wo yaad aa rahe hain
Wo yaad aa rahe hain

Aawaaz kisko den ham
Ye dil kise pukaare ae
Gham ki siyaah raatein
Kaise koi guzaare
Baadal se chhaa rahe hain ae
Baadal se chhaa rahe hain
Fariyaad aasmaan se
Fariyaad aasmaan se
Wo yaad aa rahe hain
Wo yaad aa rahe hain
Laayen unhen ae kahaan se ae
Laayen unhen ae kahaan se
Wo yaad aa rahe hain

Keh den ye unse jaa kar
Keh den ye unse jaa kar
Jaayen agar hawaaein ae
Jaayen agar hawaaein
Majboor hain ummeedein ae
Majboor hain ummeedein
Maayoos hain duaaein ae
Maayoos hain duaaein
Sharmaaye jaa rahe hain ae
Sharmaaye jaa rahe hain
Shikwe meri zubaan ke
Shikwe meri zubaan ke
Wo yaad aa rahe hain
Wo yaad aa rahe hain
Laayen unhen ae kahaan se ae
Laayen unhen ae kahaan se ae
Wo yaad aa rahe hain
Wo yaad aa rahe hain


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