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This article is the 15900th song post for the blog

Blog Day :

4447 Post No. : 15900

So we reach another blog century with this post. This century materializes in 39 days, which appears like a fast century vis a vis the previous eleven centuries that took an average of 61 days each. These eleven centuries were took nearly two years (from August 2018 till July 2020). If we look at the rate of centuries ten years ago, then we had achieved a blog century on 20 september 2010 as well. That was the 30th century for the blog and that had been achieved in 17 days flat !. Eleven centuries (viz 20th century to 30th century were achieved at an average rate of 33 days per century.

The quickest rate of centuries were achieved during 2011 and 2012. Calendar year of 2012 saw 21 blog centuries, a record not surpassed since ! These 21 centuries were achieved at an average rate of one century every 18th day !

When I try to think about the by now barely believable rate of posts and centuries in the past, I can pinpoint a few reasons. And I also learn a few lessons from them.

Ten years ago, I was ten years younger. at that stage in my life, I was perhaps at the most productive and creative stage of my life. My enery level and motivation level were on a different plane. I also realise that my eyesight was still good and I did not need glasses to read fine prints. It was sometime in 2011 that I began to realise that my eyesight was going downhill. That is when I needed glasses for the first time. With that being the case, it was no longer possible for me to pore over the computer screen with the same comfort as before. This may be one reason why I hav slowed down. I need to take breaks from computer for the sake of my eyes, which was not the case prior to 2011.

Secondly, at that stage, I found it easy to wake up early in the morning and staying up late as well. My wife complained that I was neglecting my health by not getting enough sleep. Her constant nagging has finally had its effect on me. For the last two years, I no longer wake up at 5 AM in the morning and finish off six or seven posts for the day in three hours.

25 september 2011 was a crazy day when as many as 13 writeups were posted. First post appeared at 8:10 PM and the last post at 23:59 PM ! It means that I devoted the entire day at the computer doing nothing but posting articles all th time ! The same feat was repeated on 6 september 2012. The first post of the day appeared at 7:32 AM. The thirteenth and final post of the day appeared at 23:47 PM and that marked the 66th blog century for the blog !

Those were crazy days for the blog! The concepts of movies making their debuts, moving getting YIPPEED in the blog etc were not known. I did not have access to HFGK, so I was blissfully unaware if all the songs of a movie were covered in the blog. Unburdened by all these considerations, and helped by the fact that most well known songs of well known movies were still up for grabs, we had no problem finding sngs to discuss. All those songs, not yet dscovered were like low hanging fruits that were easy to pluck. We have dealt with all those low handing fruits and now we are dealing with songs that were relatively less popular and lesser known. I was gifted HFGK on july 2014 by our two Maharathi contributors Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh and Sudhir Jee, on the occasion of the blog completing 10000th post. By that time, we were also on to concepts like individual artists centuries, blog contributors centuries etc. We had also evolved the concept of YIPPEE thanks to the ever enthusiastic Pradeep Raghunathan. All these factors meant that we had to do more research that before to locate specific songs that met specific requirements.

These days we are not able to score our centuries at Sehwag like rate (16-17 days) but even scoring centuries at test match rate is not bad. What matters is that the musical juggesrnaut keeps moving and does not remain stand still. We have managed to remain free of a DOT day in the blog for this entire calendar year 2020. There were three DOT days in 2019, 7 in 2018 and ZERO in 2017. So we have ben like a non stop musical bandwagon for the last four years with hardly any stoppages. And let us hope that it continues that way.

Another thing where we had managed to staay true to form is in the selection of our Century songs. We manage to come up with special songs for such special occasions. Seeing that we have had 158 Blog centuries so far, we have discussed 158 special songs on these occasions. 158 is not a small number by any stretch of imagination. One would need more than 8 hours to listen to these special songs !

The 15900th song of the blog is a special song as well. It is special because

(i) it is a rare and obscure song
(ii) the singer is also obscure, though she comes from a well known musical family
(iii) The song is one that has been reused in at least two movies, both obscure.

The song is from “Bhed”(1950). This movie was produced by Amba Cinetone(Jal K Baliwala Productions Bombay). That is all that HFGK contains for this movie. HFGK tells us that this movie had at least nine songs in it, may be more. Mukul Roy (brother of Geeta Roy, later Geeta Dutt) was the music director.

Three songs from this movie have been discussed so far. All these three songs were sung by Geeta Dutt.

Here is another song from “Bhed”(1950). Is it sung by Geeta Dutt ? No, it is sung by Lakshmi Roy, sister of Geeta Dutt. Geeta Dutt is a legendary singer in HFM, but her sister Lakshmi Roy has sung very few songs in HFM. Most of her songs are duets with other singers. This song is an axception. It is a solo song.

This song is penned by Madhukar Rajasthani.

I made another interesting discovery. Five songs from “Bhed” (1953) were later reused in “Do Bahaadur”(1953). Unlike “Bhed”(1950), details of starcast of “Do Bahaadur”(1953) is known. “Do Bahaadur”(1953) was produced by Nari Cawasji and drected by Baburao Pahalwan for Baghdad Pictures under supervision of Shantaram Athwale. The movie had John Cawas, Shanta Patel, Rohini, Dalpat, Goldstein, Rajni, Chitalkar, Dilawar, Baby Balo, Aziz Premi, Madhu Apte, Ali, Baburao Pahalwan etc in it.

This movie too had music by Mukul Roy. The movie had six songs in it. Five of these songs were same as those of “Bhed”(1950). the sixth song was taken from “Ustaad Pedro”(1951).

Such cut and paste job for music did not help the cause of “Do Bahaadur”(1953). For that matter even “Bhed”(1950) is a rare and forgotten movie.

Coming to Lakshmi Roy, she married producer director Pramod Chakraborty. Unlike her unfortunate sister Geeta, she enjoyed a long and happy married life.

As the 15900th song of the blog, here is this rare and special song from “Bhed”(1950).

A blog century on 20 september 2010 and a blog century on 20 september 2020 as well. So we have mnaged to achieve a different kind of “Blog Ten Year Challenge” today with this post. 🙂

As we can see, we are now just one more century away from the magic 16000 mark. Here is hoping that we will not just reach that landmark but also reach many distant landmarks in future. I take this opportunity to thank one and all for their continued support and encouragement.


Song-Ritu Pyar karan ki aayi (Bhed) (1950)/(Do Bahaadur)(1953) Singer-Laxmi Roy, Lyrics-Madhukar Rajasthani, MD-Mukul Roy

Lyrics

Ritu Pyaar karan ki aayi
jawaani
saawan ban ke chhaayee
saawan ban ke chhaayee
Ritu Pyaar karan ki aayi
jawaani
saawan ban ke chhaayee
saawan ban ke chhaayee
mastiyaan le le kar angdaayi
mastiyaan le le kar angdaayi
kahi haan aayi haan aayi
saawan ban ke chhaayee
Ritu Pyaar karan ki aayi
jawaani
saawan ban ke chhaayee
saawan ban ke chhaayee

chhaayee huyi khushrang(?) ghataayen
chhaayee huyi khushrang(?) ghataayen
naach rahi hain mast hawaayen
naach rahi hain mast hawaayen
koyal ne kook
koyal ne kook lagaayee
papeeha preetam ka saudaayee
kahen haan aayi haan aayi
Ritu Pyaar karan ki aayi
jawaani
saawan ban ke chhaayee
saawan ban ke chhaayee

shama se kehta hai parwaana
shama se kehta hai parwaana
bulb(?) se hai gul suhaana
bulb(?) se hai gul suhaana
bhanwron se hai kaliyaan kehtin
chanda se kahen chakori
kya
kahen haan aayi haan aayi
kahen haan aayi haan aayi
Rut pyaar karan ki aayi
jawaani
saawan ban ke chhaayee
saawan ban ke chhaayee
rut pyaar karan ki aayi
jawaani
saawan ban ke chhaayee
saawan ban ke chhaayee


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Blog Day :

4428 Post No. : 15852

“Wafa” was directed by J P Advani for Goodluck Pictures, Bombay. It had Karan Dewan, Nimmi, Bipin Gupta, Gulab, Jauhar, Pittu, Urwashi, Nandini, Shyma, Vimla, Anwari, Cuckkoo, Gope, Yakoob etc in it.

This movie had eleven songs in it that were distributed between Vinod(7) and Bulo C Rani(4).

Five songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the sixth song from “Wafa”(1950) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Talat Mehmood, an unknown voice and chorus. D N Madhok is the lyricist. Music is composed by Vinod.

Talat Mehmood is known for singing serious songs, but it is a light hearted song by his standards.

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


Song-Raam jee duhaai hai(Wafa)(1950) Singer-Talat Mehmood, Unknown male voice, Lyrics-D N Madhok, MD-Vinod
Chorus

Lyrics

raam ji duhaai hai
duhaai hai duhaai hai
o raam ji duhaai hai
duhaai hai duhaai hai
dil mein kisi ne mere li angdaayi hai
dil mein kisi ne mere li angdaayi hai
ho ho
ram ji li angdaayi hai
li angdaayi hai
raam ji duhaai hai
duhaai hai duhaai hai

ikle pan se uktaaya hai man
koi karo jatan jhat pat aaye
jhatpat aaye
ikle pan se uktaaya hai man
koi karo jatan jhat pat aaye
chanak chanak jhanan jhanke
ho chale tan tan ke

wo dekho man jaaye
raam ji wo dekho man jaaye
barfi ka tukda hai
laddu hai malai hai
ho ho raam
laddu hai malaai hai
laddu hai malai hai
ho Raam jee duhaai hai
duhaai hai duhaai hai
dil me kisi ne mere li angdaayi hai
ho ho
raam li angdayi hai
li angdayi hai
ho raam ji duhai hai
duhai hai duhai hai

fataafat se yani jhata pat
ek chhota sa munna ho jaaye
munna ho jaaye
fataafat se yani jhata pat
ek chhota sa munna ho jaaye
wai wai karkarke roye
itna roye
wai wai karkarke roye
itna roye
naakon chane chabwaaye
baap ke naakon chane chabwaaye
???

dhobhi naayi aur halwaai

thaanedar sarkaar badhaai hai
thaanedar sarkaar badhaai hai
ho ho sarkaar badhaai hai
badhaai hai badhaai hai
ho raam ji duhaai hai
duhaai hai duhaai hai
dil mein kisi ne mere li angdaayi hai
ho o raam li angdaayi hai
li angdaayi hai
ho ram ji duhai hai
duhaai hai duhaai hai
ho ram ji duhai hai
duhaai hai duhaai hai
ho ram ji duhai hai
duhaai hai duhaai hai
raam ji duhai hai
duhaai hai duhaai hai
ho ram ji duhai hai
duhaai hai duhaai hai
ho ram ji duhai hai
duhaai hai duhaai hai
ho ram ji duhaai hai
duhaai hai duhaai hai


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Blog Day :

4427 Post No. : 15849

“Baawra”(1950) was directed by G Rakesh for Shree Durga Pictures, Bombay. It had Ra Kapoor, Nimmi, Lalita Pawar, K n ingh, Hiralal, Sundar, Ratan Kumar etc in it.

This movie had ten songs in it. Four songs (including one multiple version song) have been covered in the past.

Here is another song from “Baawra”(1950). HFGK is silent about the singer(s) of this song. Listening to the song, it is clear that the song is sung by Geeta Dutt (then Geeta Rai) and chorus. Raghupat Rai is the lyricist. Music is composed by Krishn Dayal B Sc.


Song-Aaja aaj aaj aaja zara mukhda dikha jaa (Baawra)(1950) Singer-Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Raghupat Rai, MD-Krishn Dayal
Chorus

Lyrics

aaja aaja aaja aaja zara
mukhda dikha ja
nahin chain pade rajaa
o salone balma ho ho
ho ho
aaja aaja aaja aaja zara
mukhda dikha ja
nahin chain pade raaja
o salone balma ho ho
ho ho
aaja aaja aaja aaja zara
mukhda dikha ja
saaraaraa saaraaraa saa raaraa raa
pi ri ri ri pi ri ri ri
pi ri ri ri ri

laagi laagi laagi mohe preet tori laagi
laagi laagi laagi mohe preet tori laagi
log kahen hai abhaagi
o salone balma ho ho
ho ho
aaja aaja aaja aaja zara
mukhda dikha ja
saaraaraa saaraaraa saa raaraa raa
pi ri ri ri pi ri ri ri
pi ri ri ri ri

aaye aaye aaye
kaare kaare baadar aaye
aaye aaye aaye
kaare kaare baadar aaye
mora jiya ghabraaye
o salone balma ho ho
ho ho
aaja aaja aaja aaja zara
mukhda dikha ja
nahin chain pade raaja
o salone balma ho ho
ho ho
aaja aaja aaja aaja zara
mukhda dikha ja


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Blog Day :

4411 Post No. : 15807

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No.55
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Today is 15 august 2020, the 74th independence day of India. 10 years ago, on the occasion of 64th independence day of India, this blog had covered as many as eight patriotic songs. Here are the details:-

Song Movie title-Year Remarks
Door hato ae duniya waalon Hindustan hamaara hai Kismat-1943 All songs covered
Watan ki raah mein watan ke naujawaan shaheed hon Shaheed-1948 All songs covered
kadam kadam badhaaye jaa Samadhi-1950 6 songs covered out of 7
Vande Maatram Anand Mathh-1952 8 songs covered out of 9
Ab koi gulshan na ujde ab watan aazaad hai Mujhe Jeene Do-1963 All songs covered
Ganga meri maa ka naam baap ka naam Himaalay Tumse Achcha Kaun Hai-1969 All songs covered
Taaqat watan ki ham se hai Prem Pujaari-1970 All songs covered
Mile sur mera tumhaara NFS-1988 Mile sur mera tumhaara- first NFS in the blog

As can be seen from above, one song from “Samadhi”(1950) still remains to be posted. It is this to be covered. And that song is an appropriate song for the occasion. This movie ‘Samadhi’ (1950) was about the freedom struggle of India and about Subhash Chandra’s Bose. No wonder that the songs of this movie were mostly patriotic songs as can be seen from the list of the songs of this movie covered in the blog:-

Song Remarks
Gore gore o baanke chhore
kadam kadam badhaaye jaa
Abhi shaam aayegi niklenge taare
Wo paas aa rahe hain ham door jaa rahe hain
Idhar muhabbat udhar zamaaana
Netaji ka jeewan hai balidaan ki ek kahaani

Here is this seventh and final song from “Samadhi” to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Chorus. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist of this song with resembles Indian national anthem. Music is composed by C Ramchandra. The tune resembles the tune of national anthem.

[Editor’s Note: As per the information provided by Sadanand ji, the original authors of this song are Mumtaz Hussain and Colonel Abid Hussain Saffarani of INA. The song has been adapted for this film, and Rajinder Krishan has added the following three lines only,

sab milkar Hind pukaaren
Jai Aazaad Hind ke naare
pyaara desh hamaara

The film credits do not acknowledge the original lyricists and the original composer of this song.]

I take this opportunity to greet each and everyone a happy 74th independence day.

Lyrics of this song have been sent in by Prakash ji.

With this song, all songs of ‘Samadhi’ (1950) get covered in the blog and the movie gets YIPPEEE’D.

(Version at Start of Film)

(Version at End of Film)

Song – Sab Milkar Hind Pukaaren (Samaadhi) (1950) Lyrics – Rajinder Krishan, MD – C Ramchandra
[Note: The original lyrics of this song were created by Mumtaz Hussain and Colonel Abid Hussain Saffarani of INA. The original tune of this song is the same as that of India’s National Anthem, composed by Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore.]

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)

shubh sukhchain ki barkha barse
Bharat bhaag hai jaaga
Punjab Sindh Gujarat Maratha
Dravid Utkal Banga
chanchal saagar Vindhy Himala
neela jamuna Ganga
sab milkar Hind pukaaren
Jai Aazaad Hind ke naare
pyaara desh hamaara
sooraj bankar jag par chamke
Bharat naam subhaaga

sooraj bankar jag par chamke
Bharat naam subhaaga
jai ho
jai ho
jai ho
jai jai jai jai ho
Bharat naam subhaaga

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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शुभ सुख चैन की बरखा बरसे
भारत भाग है जागा
पंजाब सिंध गुजरात मराठा
द्रविड़ उत्कल बंग
चंचल सागर विंध्य हिमाला
नीला जमुना गंगा
सब मिलकर हिन्द पुकारें
जय आज़ाद हिन्द के नारे
प्यारा देश हमारा

सूरन बन कर जग पर चमके
भारत नाम सुभागा
जय हो
जय हो
जय हो
जय जय जय जय हो
भारत नाम सुभागा


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Blog Day :

4408 Post No. : 15800 Movie Count :

4352

This occasion is a recurring occasion for the blog and comes like clockwork. It is just that the timing of the clock is variable. 🙂 It typically used to come twice in a month in the past and now a days it comes after every two months or so.

I am talking about the century post of the blog.

This article marks the 15800th writeup for the blog. This century came up in “only” 40 days which appears quite “fast” compared to recent centuries that took 53 and 45 days. It is like how B S Chandrashekhar used to be the fastest bowler in Indian cricket team during 1960s and 1970s, when he was in the team as a spinner. 🙂

In the past, choosing the century song used to be an elaborate affair. The song was often identified well in advance. There are occasions when such songs were identified several months in advance. Their writeups used to be planned well in advance as well. There was much anticipation and expectation in the air. 🙂

Nowadays, it is different. These occasions have seemingly become passe. They come and go and one barely takes notice of them. They have virtually become just another post.

It is true that the century post nowadays are finalised at the eleventh hour and the writeup is “written” almost “extempore”- so to say.

But one thing still remains same, and that is the song itself. the song that features in the century writeup is invariably a special song, so what if it often gets chosen at the last moment.

Take the song under discussion, for instance. This song is as rare as they come. The only thing that is known about this movie is that it is from the 1940s. That means it could be from 1941 or even from 1950. This movie is called “Fifty Fifty”. Unlike the famous movie of 1956 of the same name, this movie was apparently unreleased. The movie, according to HFGK part 2 was a Hind Productions movie. It had more than four songs, but HFGK has details only for four songs.
PS-Mr Har Mandir Singh “Hamraaz”, the man behind HFGK commented on this post and informed that this record was issued in 1950. So this song is from 1950. So, records of this movie called “Fifty Fifty” were released in fifty. 🙂

There is no information about the director or the artists.

Out of the four songs whose details are available, one song has caught my fancy. It has fun mukhda that goes like “Hamaare dil ke station pe bhi baabu kabhi aana”. 🙂

I have chosen this song to be the 15800th song writeup in the blog. This song is sung by Indurani and Sheikh. Anjum Rahmani is the lyricist. Music is composed by K Kumar.

Going by the trends of those days, the song could well have been picturised on the singing duo themselves.

The lyrics of the song are quite fun, right up my alley as could be expected, as they deal with terms associated with railways. 🙂

I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on this obscure movie, and also on the artists figuring in the song. Personally I have no idea about the lyricist and the music director. The music director is making his debut in the blog with this song. The movie itself is also making its debut in the blog with this song.

With this rare song, the blog now has 15800 song posts. So the magic figure of 16000 appears within striking distance. Hopefully we will reach there in less than 100 days from now.

I take this opportunity to thank one and all for their continued support, patronage and encouragement. Let us hope that this musical bandwagon keeps rolling on and on for as long as possible, seeing that we still have lots and lots of music gems yet to be covered and discovered.


Song-Hamaare dil ke station pe (Fifty Fifty)(1950) Singers-Indurani, Sheikh, Lyrics-Anjum Rahmani, MD-K Kumar

Lyrics

Hamaare dil ke station pe
Hamaare dil ke station pe bhi baabu kabhi aana
chhoote jab pyaar ki gaadi
to tum jhandi hila jaana
zara seetee baja jaana baabu saab
hamaare dil ke station pe
hamaare dil ke station pe bai bai saab kabhi aana
chhoote jab pyaar ki gaadi
to tum jhandi hila jaana
zara seetee baja jaana bee saab

ae ae ae ae
meri miss Frontier r r
arre chali ho tum kahaan farr farr
arre na ho jaaye kahin takkar
ke rasta hai nahin behtar
isi junction pe ruk jaana
zara jhandi hila jaana
zara seetee baja jaana bee saab

Hamaare dil ke station pe
Hamaare dil ke station pe bhi baabu kabhi aana
chhoote jab pyaar ki gaadi
tum jhandi hila jaana
zara seetee baja jaana baabu saab

aa aa aa aa aa
muhabbat ka engine hai
ke jo badhhta hi jaataa hai ae ae ae
sambhaale kitna hi baabu
magar takraa hi jaata hai
nahin aata hai bach jaana
zara seetee baja jaana
zara jhandi hila jaana
jhandi hila jaana baabu saab
hamaare dil ke station pe
hamaare dil ke station pe beebee saab kabhi aana
chhoote jab pyaar ki gaadi
to tum jhandi hila jaana
zara seetee baja jaana bai saab


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Blog Day :

4385 Post No. : 15743

“Preet Ka Geet”(1950) was directed by Girish Trivedi for Kalakaar Chitra, Bombay. The movie had Sulochana Chatterjee, Prem Adeeb, Gulab, Shashikala, Kukku, Badri Prasad, Shyam Sundar, Munshi Khanjar, Urvashi etc in it.

The movie had eleven songs. Five songs have been covered in the past.

Today (20 july 2020) is the 48th remembrance day of Geeta Dutt(23 November 1930– 20 July 1972). As a tribute to Geeta Dutt, here is a song from “Preet Ka Geet”(1950).

This song is sung by Geeta Dutt. Premi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shyam Babu Pathak.

Only the audio of this song is available. it is a Lord Krishn bhajan. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala.

Audio

Song-Kholo kholo man ke dwaar Muraari re (Preet Ka Geet)(1950) Singer-Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Premi, MD-Shyam Babu Pathak

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

Kholo kholo man ke
Kholo kholo man ke dwaar Muraari re
Kholo kholo man ke
Dwaare khadi hai kabse
Raadha tihaari
Kholo kholo man ke
Kholo kholo man ke dwaar Muraari re
Kholo kholo man ke

Mere soone se jeewan mein
Kaahe bairan bansiya bajaayee
Mere soone se jeewan mein
Kaahe bairan bansiya bajaayee
Mere bhole bhaale man mein Kaahe
Soyi preet jagayee
Jagaayee
Mere bhole bhaale man mein Kaahe
Soyi preet jagayee
Jagaayee
Ab to kar do birhan ki
Rain ujiyaari
Kholo kholo man ke
Kholo kholo man ke dwaar Muraari re
Kholo kholo man ke

Hum hain janam janam ke saathi
Tum ho deepak Main hoon baati
Hum hain janam janam ke saathi
Tum ho deepak Main hoon baati
Jo baati dil mein bas jaati to
Jalti aur muskaati
Muskaati
Jo baati dil mein bas jaati to
Jalti aur muskaati
Muskaati
Pyaari pyaari hain Preet ki aag Bihaari
Kholo kholo man ke
Kholo kholo man ke dwaar Muraari re
Kholo kholo man ke
Dwaar khadi hai kabse Raadha tihaari
Kholo kholo man ke
Kholo kholo man ke dwaar Muraari re
Kholo kholo man ke


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Blog Day :

4384 Post No. : 15737

First of all, I wish ” A Very Happy Birthday” to this Blog. Today, the Blog completes 12 successful years. Congratulations to Atul ji and on behalf of all Atulites a big Thank You for providing us a platform to enjoy and participate in the Carnival of Music of the Yore. I am proud of being associated with this Blog as the Senior Most (by age) Contributor of Posts.

I am quite active on FaceBook and the various groups dealing with old time songs and film related subjects, as well as some similar groups on WA. I feel thrilled and proud when people quote statements citing information from atulsongaday in support of their claims. This is a proof of the Prestige and Credibility this Blog has earned among the fans of old films and Music, all over the social media. This honour was earned by Atul ji with great efforts, hard work and consistency of performance. I can imagine the sacrifices he must have been making in his personal life since the last 12 years.

I wish similar fame, faith and credibility to this Blog in future too. May the Blog be a reference point for dependable and trustworthy information on old films and music for millions of its fans all over the world. And, thanks to Atul ji again.

Today’s song is from the film Bhai Bahen-1950. The words Bhai and Bahen are popular titles in Hindi films. A cursory look at the list of film titles indicates that there are 20 films having the first word as Bhai in their Titles. Titles like Bada Bhai, Mera Bhai, Do Bhai etc are not counted. Only the first word as Bhai is taken. There were 3 films as Bhai Bahen (50,59 and 69) and 3 films as Bhai Bhai (56,70 and 97) and 2 films called Bhai (44 and 97).

Today’s film was made by Krishen Movietone, Bombay, produced and directed by Ram Daryani. The music was by Shyam Sundar and the cast of the film was Geeta Bali, Prem Adib, Nirupa Roy, Bharat Bhushan,Gope, Yashodhara Katju, Gulab, K.N.Singh, Jeevan etc. I have not seen this film and I do not know anything about its story etc, but looking at the cast, I feel it must be a story of a married brother and a married sister and the ups and downs in their relationship. My guess is that the film may not be a very serious tear jerker, as we see the bubbly actress Geeta Bali and the comedy pair of Gope and Yashodhara Katju. out of the 10 songs of the film at least 4 are comedy songs. Five songs from this film are already discussed here. Today’s duet of Shamshad Begum And Satish will be the 6th song.

Geeta Bali became one of my favourite actresses, after I saw her in the film Albela-51. After that, I must have seen at least 10-12 films of Geeta Bali. She was not beautiful in the conventional way. Rather a Tom Boyish look and her naughty eyes and style of acting- particularly lighter and humorous scenes- was very impressive. It is our bad luck that such a talented actress had only a short career of just 14 years, but she made these memorable enough to make her name to be remembered.

Geeta Bali (real name Harkirtan kaur) was born in Amritsar on 30-11-1930, in a Sikh family, known for its religious and Scholarly traditions. Her father was a Sikh Missionary Preacher and travelled not only all over India, but also to Burma, Ceylon and Malaya. Due to frequent change of place, Geeta’s education was not consistent and it ended after 6th standard. When the family was in Kashmir, she joined the dancing and music classes. Keeta (her family nickname) did dance performances on stage in her schools.

When she was about 9-10 year old, she gave a public performance of her Dance in Lucknow. The puritans in their society objected, made a hue and cry and the pendal was burnt, to stop her show. Such experiences made her very bold in life. While at Lahore, Geeta directly entered the A.I.R. office to get a music contract. She got it also. She used to participate in Children’s programmes.

Through her Dance Director in A.I.R., she got into a documentary ” Cobbler” made by Shorey pictures. Impressed, she got a dance performance in film ” Badnami”-46 as well as Kahan Gaye-46 and Pancholi’s Patjhad-47.

After Partition, she came to Bombay. Kidar Sharma gave her a break in his film Suhag Raat-48 The film was successful. Next she worked with Raj Kapoor in Bawre Nain-50, Bhagwan’s Albela-51 and Navketan’s Baazi-52. Now there was no looking back. Geeta Bali went on to act in 80 films in her short career of just 14 years. She even sang a few lines in a song of film Rangeen Raaten-56, with Shamshad Begum and Uma Devi. She worked with Prithviraj Kapoor in Anand math-52 and his sons Raj kapoor in Bawre nain and in many films with Shammi kapoor. With Dev Anand she did Baazi, Faraar, Milap, Jaal, Zalzala, Ferry and Pocket Maar. She worked opposite Ashok Kumar, Motilal, Balraj Sahani, Prem Adib, Jairaj, Rehman, Bharat Bhushan, Abhi Bhattacharya, Kamal Kapoor, Karan Dewan, Shekhar, Sajjan, Amarnath, Jaswant and Suresh.

Some of her notable films were, Girls’ School-49, Dulari-49, Badi bahen-49, Nishana-550,Bawre Nain-50, Baazi-51, Albela-51, Zalzala-52, Raag Rang-52, Anand Math-52, Jhamela-53, Baaz-53, Daaku ki Ladki-54, Vachan-55, Miss Coca Cola-55, Jawab-55, Faraar-55, Bara Dari-55, Albeli-55, Pocket Maar-56, inspector-56, Coffee House-57, Mujrim-58, Jailor-58, Aji Bas Shukriya-58, Mr. India-61 etc etc.

Geeta and Shammi Kapoor fell in love, while working together. However, initially Geeta refused his marriage proposal for 4 months, saying that her family was dependent on her income for living. He did not leave hopes. When Shammi kapoor signed the film Rangeen Raaten, opposite Mala Sinha, she was jealous and approached Kidar Sharma for a role in that film. The story had no scope for another female role. Finally, a new role was introduced in the film-that of the Heroine’s brother and Geeta Bali did this male role throughout the film, just to be with Shammi Kapoor. This may be an unique example in the film world.

During the shooting days, Shammi Kapoor proposed to her again and this time she agreed, with a condition that they get married immediately, the same day. Shammi had not dared, so far, to inform his family about Geeta Bali, as he was afraid of opposition. Same night, in the presence of friends Johnny Walker and Hari Walia, they got married in the Banganga Temple, Napean Sea Road, Bombay, on 23-8-1955. Shammi Kapoor had to use Geeta’s lipstick for filling her ” Maang” with ‘ Sindoor’ ! Within a year, they got a son- Aditya Raj and in 1961 Kanchan was born to them. Contrary to Shammi’s fears, Kapoor Khandaan, did not object to their marriage.

While shooting for film Rano, made by Rajinder Singh Bedi, in Punjab, Geeta Bali contracted Smallpox and she died on 21-1-1965. ( adapted from books Star Portraits by Harish Booch and Stars of the Indian Screen by Baburao Patel, India Today, Yaadon ki Baaraat by Shirish kanekar and my notes).

In the cast of the film, I find at least 4 names who were Kashmiris, namely Prem Adib, Jeevan, Gulab and Yashodhara katju.

Yashodhara Katju (born 15 April 1928 – died – 1974), a forgotten actress of Indian Cinema, belonged to a reputed Kashmiri Pandit family from Lahore that had moved to Lucknow, where her father Jeevan Lal Katju, was a Zamindar and owned lands in Warburton in Khupra district, Punjab. He was appointed to a senior Administrative position by the British Government. J L Katju later resigned his Government job and joined the freedom struggle of the country. Her Mother’s name was Kailashwati (sister of well known Urdu poet & Judge of Allahabad High Court Late Anand Narain Mulla).

Yashodhra was fondly called as Chunnu by her parents. Other members of this Katju family were her brothers Moti Lal Katju , Pyare Lal Katju & her three sisters Chandra (Manno)-a Professor, Usha (Panno)-an M.A., and Manorama- a Doctor.

Yashodhara studied in English medium schools and was fluent in English, Hindi and Urdu. She did her Junior Cambridge. Apart from that, she was a highly talented girl who was equally well versed with singing and dancing. For some time she also joined Bhatkhande Music Institute, Lucknow to learn music but devoted more time to dancing and got herself trained as a professional dancer (Kathakali, Katahk and Manipuri) from some Masters of Lucknow. Later she took dancing lessons in Delhi as well.

All this apart , this talented girl nursed a desire from her childhood to join films. In 1941, Agha jani kashmiri , who was on a Talent Hunt, saw her in Lucknow and talked to her parents. Finally, much against the wishes of her family, she moved to Bombay in 1941. The family is reported to have sought intervention of Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru also to dissuade her from joining films but she proved adamant. Katjus were closely related to Pandit Jawahar lal Nehru’s family. It is said that Chandra Mohan Wattal, another Kashmiri actor of that period too tried to dissuade her from acting in films but she remained adamant. Chandramohan tried all his pressure tactics and tried to force her out of the films, but this girl was different. She was tough and did not fear him or yield to his intimidations. She continued to work in films unabated. Chandramohan died in 1949, but this girl worked in films from 1941 to 1973. Her parents finally consented to her decision and ensured a boarding and lodging for her in Bombay .

Prior to Yashodhara, Shyama Zutshi was the kashmiri Girl who joined films. (She acted in Vishnu Bhakti produced in 1934 and Karvaan E Hayat-35). However, the first Kashmiri girl to work in films was Gulab (real name Saraswati Devi), who worked from 1924 to 1964, in 160 films.

In 1941, at a young age of 14 years, she was offered a role of ” Aarti” in a movie Titled “Lalaji” produced by National Studios. The movie was completed in 1942. Her co-actors in that movie were Yakub, A. R. Kabul, Wasker, Amar, Sunalini, Vatsala Kumtekar, Maya Devi and Krishnakant.

Yashodhara always wanted to be an actress and on 15th August 1941 she joined National Studios. She played heroine and side heroine parts in films like Mahatma Vidur (1943), Dulhan (1943), Vijay Laxmi (1943) etc. Later she was reduced to character roles and became a popular comedienne in the 1950s. Her short plump stature and mischievous eyes really aided her in transitioning from leading to comedy roles. In films like Naujawan (1951), Dholak (1951), Sindbad the Sailor (1952), Ek do Teen (1953), Baaz (1953) etc she was cast in happy-go-lucky roles and even paired with other popular comedians of her time e.g. Bhagwan in Sindbad the Sailor (1952) and Gope. Her last few films as character actress were released in early 1970s including Seema (1971), Hare Rama Hare Krishna (1972), Do Phool (1973) etc .

Between Lalaji (1942 Her first Movie) and Do Phool (1973 her last movie), she acted in about 85 films. Her co stars included Jagdish Sethi, Pahari Sanyal, Shanta Apte, K. C. Dey, Manorama, Motilal, Shobhana Samarth, Leela Misra, Trilok Kapoor, Sadhana Bose, Khurshid, Kanhaiyalal, Ulhas, Yakub, Jairaj, Rehman, Suraiya, Prem Adeeb, Nirupa Roy, Shyam, Kuldip Kaur, Jeevan, Cuckoo, Bharat Bhushan, Lalita Pawar, K. N. Singh, Meena Kumari, Jankidas, Durga Khote, Mukri, Bhagwan, Jagirdar, Nigar Sultana, Ajit, Pran, Agha, Sunder, Anwar Hussein, Jayant, Shakila, Naseem Bano, Guru Dutt, Ratan Kumar, Mahipal, Ifftekhar, Bina Rai, Rajendranath, Helen, Madhubala, Sapru, Sulochana, Sunil Dutt, Meena Kumari, Daisy Irani, Ashok Kumar, Kumkum, Vaijayantimala, Begum Para, Tuntun, Balraj Sahni, Devanand, Prem Chopra, Rajendra Nath, Aruna Irani, Mehmood & Rajendra Kumar.

From the younger generation, her co-stars included Rakhee Gulzar, Rakesh Roshan, Hema Malini, Simi Garewal, Kabir Bedi, Zeenat Aman, Vinod Mehra, Mumtaz and Mehmood Junior. She worked with almost all prominent directors in Film industry including S. S. Vasan, Devendra Goel, Guru Dutt, Mohan Segal, P. L. Santoshi, M.Sadiq, D. N. Madhok, H.S.Rawail, B. R. Chopra, Rafiq Rizvi, Kishore Sahu, Dev Anand and Mahesh Kaul.

She started as a co-star, moved to lead roles, shifted to comedy (Mostly with another comedian of her time known as Bhagwan and Gope) and finally did some memorable performances as a character actress (Seema, Hare Rama Hare Krishna and Do Phool etc.).

Her close friends included Nalini Jayawant, Laita Pawar and Nirupa Roy. Sometime in around 1958, she married a Naval officer (Commander Bhandari) and lived a happy married life. After 1973, she did not act in films and slipped into Oblivion. She died of a sudden heart attack, in 1974 (Autar Mota)
(Thanks to Suresh Sarvaiya, Blog Chinar, Film Directory-46 and my notes).

Before I conclude this post, once again ” Happy Birthday ” to this Blog and Congratulations to Atul ji. After today, the Blog will enter its Teen Age-Thirteen!


Song-Baithe raho joru ke paas baaki duniya sab bakwaas(Bhai Bahan)(1950) Singers- Shamshad Begam, Satish Batra, Lyricist-Raja Mehdi Ali Khan, MD- Shyam Sundar
Both

Lyrics

hum chaand si ik dulhan
aaj apne hain ghar laaye
koi na idhar dekhe
koi na idhar aaye
baithe raho joru ke paas baaki duniya sab bakwaas
baithe raho joru ke paas baaki duniya sab bakwaas

baithi rahoon dulha ke paas baaki duniya sab bakwaas

kaisi sundar surat ho tum ik cheeni ki
ae ji ik cheeni ki moorat ho tum
narm narm ho jaise kapaas baaki duniya sab bakwaas
baaki duniya sab bakwaas
main halwaa hoon tu hai mithaai
main halwaa hoon tu hai mithaai
tu hai rabadi main halwaai
main hi jaanoon teri mithas
shahad aur shakkar sab bakwaas
shahad aur shakkar sab bakwaas

koi na sharbat de ab mujhko raam kasam hai
ae ji raam kasam hai
dekh ke tujhko bujh gayi mere man ki pyaas
lemon soda sab bakwaas lemon soda sab bakwaas

log mujhe kahte hai Gope
tu bandook hai main hoon top
donon kar de satyaanaash
bomb aur gole sab bakwaas
bomb aur gole sab bakwaas
kad ke itne chhote ho tum
kad ke itne
aji phir kyun itne mote ho tum
khaata hoon do ser malai
khata hoon sau baar mithaai

uyi meri maiyya raam duhaai
sajani ho sajani bhookh lagi hai mujhko
saajan ho saajan main doongi tujhko
ubli hui sabji aur daal
rabdi mithaai sab bakwas
aji baithe raho joru ke paas
ae ji baithi rahoon dulha ke paas
baaki duniya sab bakwaas


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Blog Day :

4374 Post No. : 15715

“Apni Chhaaya”(1950) was directed by P L Santoshi for C R Productions. The movie had Cuckoo, Mumtaz Ali, Tiwari, Kanta Kumari, Balwant Singh, Sulochana Chatterji, Jawahar Kaul, Ramsingh, Mona, Sajjan, Dulari, Radha Krishnan etc in it.

“Apni Chhaaya”(1950) had ten songs in it. Three songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fourth song from the movie. This song is sung by Shamshad Begam and Rafi. P L Santoshi is the lyricist. The movie had Husnlal Bhagatram and Hanuman Prasad as the music directors. Music of this song is composed by Hanuman Prasad.

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


Song-Khushi ki ye ghadiyaaan mubaarak mubaarak(Apni Chhaaya)(1950) Shamshad Begam, Rafi, Lyrics-P L Santoshi, MD-Hanuman Prasad Sharma

Lyrics

ye khushi ki ghadiyaan aan
mubaarak mubaarak
mubaarak mubaarak a a a k

khushi ki ye ghadiyaan
mubaarak mubaarak
khushi ki ye ghadiyaan
mubaarak mubaarak
khushi ki ye ye
khushi ki ye o
khushi ki ye ghadiyaan
mubaarak mubaarak

aa aa aa
huye door baadal l l l l
ghire thhe ae jo gham ke ae ae ae ae

zara dekhoon to
ghire thhe jo gham ke ae
nayi hasraton ke ae
sitaare hain chamke
aa haa
sitaare hain chamke
sitaare hain chamke

ye luta di hai sabne ye moti ki ladiyaan
luta di hai sabne ye moti ki ladiyaan
ye moti ki ladiyaan

ye moti ki ladiyaan
ye moti ki ladiyaan
ye moti ki ladiyaan
khushi ki ye ghadiyaan mubaarak mubaarak
khushi ki ye ghadiyaan mubaarak mubaarak
khushi ki ye ae
khushi ki ye o
khushi ki ye ghadiyaan mubaarak mubaarak

aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa
rahe ganga jamuna mein aen aen
jab tak ye paani ee ee

jab tak ye paani
rahe har jubaan par
tumhaari kahaani
tumhaari kahaani
tumhaari kahaani

ye sunaayegi bulbul
sune gul o kaliyaan
sunaayegi bulbul
sune gul o kaliyaan
sune gul o kaliyaan

sune gul o kaliyaan
sune gul o kaliyaan
sune gul o kaliyaan
khushi ki ye ghadiyaan mubaarak mubaarak
khushi ki ye ghadiyaan mubaarak mubaarak
khushi ki ye ae
khushi ki ye o
khushi ki ye ghadiyaan mubaarak mubaarak
khushi ki ye ghadiyaan mubaarak mubaarak


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Blog Day :

4371 Post No. : 15706

“Man Ka Meet”(1950) was directed by Ratibhai Punaatar for Ajit Pictures, Bombay. This “social” movie had Nirupa Roy, Dulaari, Sarita Devi, Shanti Madhok, Manhar desai, Babu Raje, hhagan Romeo, Bhagwan Das, Ibrahim, Maruti, Kamlakant, Barkat Virani, Haridas, Popat, V D Popat etc in it.

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

Today (6 July 2020) is the 16th remembrance day of Sardul Kwatra (1928-6 July 2004). As a tribute to him, here is a song from “Man Ka Meet”(1950). This song is sung by Zohrabai Ambalewaali. Sarshar Sailaani is the lyricist. Music is composed by Sardul Kwatra.

Only the audio of the song is available. For the lyrics, it is clear that it is a mujra song. I request our knowledgeale readers to throw light on the picturisation of the song.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Avinash scrapwala.


Song-Nigaahon se kehti hai dil ke fasaane(Man Ka Meet)(1950) Singer-Zohrabai Ambalewaali, Lyrics-Sarshar Sailaani, MD-Sardul Kwatra

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm
Nigaahon se kehti hai ae ae
Dil ke fasaane ae ae
Haan aan aan aan
Aan aan aan aan
Jawaani ki baatein
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa
Jawaani ki baatein
Jawaani ki baatein
Jawaani hi jaane
Jawaani ki baatein
Jawaani ki baatein
Jawaani hi jaane

Nigaahon se
Nigaahon se raja
Nigaahon se kehti hai
Dil ke fasaane
Dil ke fasaane ae
Jawaani ki baatein
Jawaani ki baatein
Jawaani hi jaane

Jawaani ki gardan ko
Jhukte na dekha
Jawaani ki gardan ko
Jhukte na dekha
Kisi ne ye toofaan rukte na dekha
Kisi ne ye toofaan rukte na dekha
Jawaani ka har teer
Baithha nishaane
Jawaani ka har teer
Baithha nishaane
Haan aan aan aan
Aan aan aan aan aan
Nigaahon se
Nigaahon se raaja
Nigaahon se kehti hai
Dil ke fasaane
Dil ke fasaane ae
Jawaani ki baatein
Jawaani ki baatein
Jawaani hi jaane

Na aana na jaana
Na milna milaana
Na aana na jaana
Na milna milaana
Kabhi ye bahaana
Kabhi wo bahaana
Kabhi ye bahaana
Kabhi wo bahaana
Hamen maar daalaa
Bahaane
Bahaane
Hamen maar daalaa
Bahaane
Bahaane
Haan aan aan aan
Aan aan aan aan aan
Aan aan
Nigaahon se
Nigaahon se raaja
Nigaahon se kehti hain
Dil ke fasaane
Dil ke fasaane ae ae
Jawaani ki baatein
Jawaani ki baatein
Jawaani hi jaane ae


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Blog Day :

4358 Post No. : 15681

“Hamaara Ghar”(1950) was directed by Nanabhai Bhatt for Hindustan Chitra, Bombay. The movie had Durga Khote, Umakant Desai, Veera, Agha, Meena Kumari, Geeta Bose, David, Jankidas, Ramesh Gupta etc in it.

The movie had seven songs in it. Four songs from the movie have been discussed in the blog in the past.

Here is the fifth song from “Hamaara Ghar”(1950) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Rafi and Shamshad Begam. Bharat Vyas is the lyricist. Music is composed by Chitragupta.

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


Song-Chori chori mat dekh balam (Hamaara Ghar)(1950) Song-Shamshad Begam, Rafi, Singer-Bharat Vyas, MD-Chitragupta

Lyrics

chori chori mat dekh
chori chori mat dekh balam
bholi dulhan sharmaayegi
dulhan ko najar lag jaayegi
to khadi khadi mar jaayegi
haaye chori chori mat dekh

ghoonghat ke pat tu khol
ghoonghat ke pat tu khol
zara saaja ki najar bhar jayegi
nazron se najar mil jayegi
to gori amar ho jaayegi

haaye chori chori mat dekh

kajre ki ret teri hamko laage pyaari
ho o pyaari
kajre ki ret teri hamko laage pyaari
ho o pyaari
mad bhari raseeli ankhiyaan jaise kataari
ho mad bhari raseeli ankhiyaan jaise kataari
haaye ankhiyaan jaise katari
chham chham chham chham teri paayaliya
jab run jhun run jhun gaayegi
hum jhoom jhoom dekhenge
jab teri patli kamar bal khaayegi

haaye chori chori mat dekh
chori chori mat dekh balam
bholi dulhan sharmaayegi
nazron se najar mil jaayegi
to gori amar ho jaayegi

haaye chori chori mat dekh

more dil ki suno more sainya
padu mai tore paiya
ha ha painya
more dil ki suno more sainya
padu mai tore paiya
haan haan paiya
mora dhak dhak dhadke jiya
chhodo mori bainya
mora dhak dhak dhadke jiya
chhodo mori bainya
haaye chhodo mori bainya
taaron ki chunariya odh dulhaniya
jab saj dhaj kar aayegi
ghoonghat ki oat daale kal
wo khud hi tujhe bulaayegi
haaye chori chori mat dekh
chori chori mat dekh balam
bholi dulhan sharmaayegi
ho najron se najar mil jaayegi
to gori amar ho jaayegi

haaye chori chori mat dekh


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