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Blog Day : 3572 Post No. : 14312

“Putli”(1950) was produced and directed by Wali Sahab for Punjab Film Corporation, Bombay. The movie had Mumtaz Shanti ,Pran, Yaqoob, Husn Banu, Srinath, Majnu, Prem Dhawan, Ramesh Thakur , Sheela Naik etc in it.

The movie had eleven songs in it. Three songs from the movie have been covered in the past.

Here is the fourth song from the movie. HFGK mentions this song as sung by Meena Kapoor. On listening to the song, one can notice that the song has a male voice as well. There were two lyricists in the movie viz Wali Sahab and Abid Gulrez. HFGK is silent about the lyricist of the song. Seeing that Wali sahab was the maker of this movie, one can assume that most songs, including this song, must have been penned by him. So I have assumed Wali Sahab as the lyricist of this song.

Picturisation shows Mumtaz Shanti and a gentleman standing in front of microphones and singing. They are either singng live for the radio or or they are recording- I am not sure.

I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the identification of the male singer as well as the male actor in the picturisation.

There were two music directors in the movie. Music of this song is composed by Aziz Hindi.


Song-Koi ambuwa pe piyu piyu gaaye re piya (Putli)(1950) Singers-Meena Kapoor, Male voice, Lyricist-Wali Sahab, MD-Aziz Hindi

Lyrics

koi ambuwa pe
koi ambuwa pe piyu piyu gaaye re piya
main na jaanoon teri yaad kyun aaye re piya
koi ambuwa pe piyu piyu gaaye re piya
main na jaanoon teri yaad kyun aaye re piya
main na jaanoon teri yaad kyun aaye re piya

jab kaali kaali ratiyon mein pyaari pyaari yaad teri aati hai
tere pyaar ki kasam saari raat hamen neend nahin aati hai
jab kaali kaali ratiyon mein pyaari pyaari yaad teri aati hai
tere pyaar ki kasam saari raat hamen neend nahin aati hai
jab kaali kali
jab kaali kaali ghat chha jaaye re piya
main na jaanoon teri yaad kyun aaye re piya
main na jaanoon teri yaad kyun aaye re piya
koi ambuwa pe piyu piyu gaaye re piya
main na jaanoon teri yaad kyun aaye re piya

lambi lambi raaten piya lambe lambe din
haaye lambe lambe din
lambi lambi raaten piya lambe lambe din
haaye lambe lambe din
teri yaad mein kaate maine gin gin din
gin gin din
teri yaad mein kate maine gin gin din
gin gin din
ab tere bina
ab tere bina sachmuch haaye re piya
main na jaanoon teri yaad kyun aaye re piya
main na jaanoon teri yaad kyun aaye re piya
koi ambuwa pe piyu piyu gaaye re piya
main na jaanoon teri yaad kyun aaye re piya

o o o
o o o
o o o

aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
neem taley ankhiyaan milaana nahin bhoolna
milaana nahin bhoolna aa aa
o o o
neem taley ankhiyaan milaana nahin bhoolna
milaana nahin bhoolna aa aa
pyaar ki gali mein piya aana nahin bhoolna
aana nahin bhoolna
aa aa aa aa
pyaar ki gali mein piya aana nahin bhoolna
aana nahin bhoolna
ye sama suhaana
ye sama suhaana beeta jaye re piya
main na jaanoon teri yaad kyun aaye re piya
main na jaanoon teri yaad kyun aaye re piya
koi ambuwa pe piyu piyu gaaye re piya
main na jaanoon teri yaad kyun aaye re piya
jab kaali kaali ghat chha jaaye re piya
main na jaanoon teri yaad kyun aaye re piya

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Blog Day : 3547 Post No. : 14233

“Nayi Bhaabhi”(1950) was directed by S D Narang for Bengal National Studios, Calcutta. This “social” movie had Kaushalya, Amarnath, Maya Devi, Smriti Biswas, Sundar, Cuckkoo, Ifthikar, Z Hussain, Rahi, Premkumari, Parvati, Lalloo etc in it.

This obscure movie had Seven obscure songs in it. Five of them were sung by Kaushalya which suggests that she played the title role.

Here is the first song from “Nayi Bhaabhi”(1950) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Kaushalya. B M Sharma, who was one of the three lyricists (Charan Das and Mayil Lucknowi being the others) is the lyricist. Music is composed by Harbaksh Singh (who was one of the two music directors of the movie, Chishti being the other).

Only the audio of the song is available, but it is clear that the song was picturised on Kaushalya herself.

With this song, the movie “Nayi Bhaabhi”(1950) as well as the lyricist and the music director make their respective debuts in the blog.


Song-O main soyi thhi sapnon mein aaye sajan (Nayi Bhaabhi)(1950) Singer-Kaushalya, Lyrics-B M Sharma, MD-Harbaksh Singh

Lyrics

O main soyi thhi
haan haan
soyi thhi
sapnon mein aaye sajan
o salone sajan
manmohne sajan
O main soyi thhi
sapnon mein aaye sajan
o salone sajan
manmohne sajan

phool masti se mujh pe barasne lage
phool masti se
phool masti se mujh pe barasne lage
saare bulbul wahaan aa chahakne lage
saare bulbul wahaan aa chahakne lage
liye chaahat ki bu
chali harsu pawan
O main soyi thhi
sapnon mein aaye sajan

aha chaand
aha chaand
aha chaand aur sitaare chamakne lage ae ae ae
aha chaand aur sitaare chamakne lage
aha mil jul ke
haan haan mil jul ke
do dil dhadakne lage
mile yoonhi nainan
hanse dharti gagan
O main soyi thhi
sapnon mein aaye sajan

aaja sapnon ke meet mere sundar sangeet
aaja sapnon ke meet mere sundar sangeet
aaja tujko sikhaaun muhabbat ki reet
aaja tujko sikhaaun muhabbat ki reet
dekh tere liye mera dole hai man
o salone sajan
manmohne sajan
O main soyi thhi
sapnon mein aaye sajan
o salone sajan
manmohne sajan


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 sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day : 3507 Post No. : 14092

Today’s song is from film ‘Pehla Aadmi’ from 1950.

India became an independent nation on 15th August, 1947. It saw the end of about 100 years of protest, riots, mutinies and revolutionary attacks on the British Raj, who had ruled us for so many years – 190 years, to be exact. That is after Robert Clive won the battle of Plassey in 1757. Besides political upheaval, independence had different impact on different people in India.

Firstly, those millions of freedom fighters who were busy 24 x 7, shouting, protesting and marching against the British, suddenly had no work no do. They faced a big void in their life. Those students who had left their education half way to join the freedom struggle found that they were nowhere now. No education, no jobs and no activity. This led to finding ways of making quick money – like black marketing, political exploitation of the society to make quick bucks, illegal activities etc.

Secondly, the writers and authors who were suppressed and prohibited from writing anti-British articles or even patriotic songs and dramas, found that they now could do so, but there were no takers. The relevance of such writings was lost because India was independent now.

Thirdly, the film makers, who could not express their patriotic urges through films were now free to make such films. There was no need to be symbolic now. Direct expressions were now allowed without restraint.

Even in the patriotism or the independence struggle, there were two divisions. One, which followed the footsteps and teaching of Ahimsa by Mahatma Gandhi and two, was the revolutionary explosive type who believed in bloodshed, punishment and overthrowing the rulers by weapons. For making a film the Gandhi ji’s way was too mild, without any drama, suspense or heroism. So it was the revolutionary way to independence struggle which was opted by film makers. There were many films about freedom struggle – Bhagat Singh and Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, but very few on Gandhi ji’s teachings like ‘The Last Message’, ‘Ahimsa Path’ (both 1949) and some docu-films.

On the other hand, some films were made about the freedom struggle of revolutionaries like, ‘Azaadi Ki Raah Par’, ‘Desh Seva’, ‘Hua Savera’, ‘Refugee’, ‘Shaheed’, ‘Soldier’s Dream’ (all in 1948); ‘Apna Desh’, ‘Matrubhoomi’ (both in 1949); ‘Hindustan Hamara’, ‘Kashmir Hamara Hai’, ‘Pehla Aadmi’, ‘Samadhi’, (all in 1950); ‘Andolan’ (1951), ‘Anand Matth’ (1952) etc. As the euphoria diminished, such patriotic films too were made infrequently.

The life and times of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose has always fascinated every Indian. Despite the step motherly treatment and a total neglect many times by the Congress Party, Netaji occupies the number one position as a revolutionary, who had a clear goal, organisational skill, leadership qualities and a well cut out plan to achieve independence. But for the support of Congress leaders of the times, he sure would have achieved his target. Most Indians believe this even today. So, no wonder film makers made films on Netaji in every Indian language.

Calcutta’s New Theatres too did not lag behind and they made a film on the life and times of Netaji. The title of this film ‘Pehla Aadmi’ is very intriguing. To know the background of how this title was selected, let us go back a little and peep into history which few Indians know.

Subhash Chandra Bose as the Supreme Commander of Azad Hind Fauj (aka Indian National Army – INA) adopted in 1943, a variant of Purna Swaraj flag that included the words ‘AZAD’ on the saffron band on top, ‘HIND’ on the bottom green band and in the centre white band a ‘Springing Tiger’ in lieu of Gandhi ji’s ‘Charkha’, symbolising INA’s strength and their indomitable will to fight.

The Indian National Army was born during World War II. Originally, it was founded by Captain Mohan Singh in Singapore in September 1942 with Indian prisoners-of-war (POWs) held by the Japanese army in the Far East. This was with the support of the Indian Independence League, headed by expatriate nationalist leader Rash Behari Bose. However, the first INA was disbanded almost immediately in December 1942 after disagreements between Hikari Kikan and Mohan Singh, who came to believe that the Japanese High Command was using the INA as a mere pawn and propaganda tool. [Ed Note: The Hikari Kikan was the Japanese liaison office responsible for Japanese relations with the INA and the Azad Hind Government in exile.]

However, the idea of a liberation army was revived with the arrival of Subhas Chandra Bose in the Far East in 1943. In July, at a meeting in Singapore, Rash Behari Bose handed over control of the organization to Subhas Chandra Bose. Bose was able to reorganize the fledgling army and gained massive support among the expatriate Indian population in South East Asia, who supported the INA both financially, as well as by enlisting with the INA. At the peak of its activities, INA consisted of about 85,000 troops, including a separate women’s unit, the Rani of Jhansi Regiment, headed by Capt. Lakshmi Swaminathan (aka Capt. Lakshmi Sehgal). Under the leadership of Subhash Bose, this rejuvenated INA fought along with the Imperial Japanese Army against the British and Commonwealth forces in the campaigns in Burma, Assam, Imphal and Kohima, and later, against the successful Burma Campaign of the Allies. The INA stormed and captured the Andaman Islands, and had reached within shouting distance of Chittagong, when the Japanese army surrendered after the atomic bomb attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

Moirang in Manipur was the headquarters of INA. Colonel Shaukat Malik  hoisted the Tricolour for the first time on Indian soil on 19 March 1944, in Moirang with the help of Manipuris like Shri Mairembam Koireng Singh and others who were members of the INA. It is on this historical episode that Bimal Roy made the film ‘Pehla Aadmi’ in 1950.

The star cast of the film is Balraj Vij, Smriti Biswas, Pahadi Sanyal, Ashita Bose, Paul Mahendra, Zahar Roy, Heeralal, Asit Sen, Bela Bose etc.

Smriti Biswas, a protestant Bangla Christian was born in Calcutta on 17-2-1932. She studied in a Missionary girls’ school. Her father and mother both were Headmaster and Headmistress in other schools. Smriti had a liking for acting. When she was just 12 year old, she acted in film ‘Hamraahi’ (1945) and ‘Dwand’ (Bangla). When this was became at her home, she was put in another school. Later, the family shifted to Lahore. There Smriti acted in film ‘Ragni’ (1945), opposite Pran and also some other films.

After Partition, the family came to Delhi. Smriti met actor / producer / director Dr. SD Narang. He cast her in the film ‘Ek Aurat’ (1948) and Bangla film ‘Chinni Putul’, which became a hit. In 1951, Smriti shifted base to Bombay. According to her interviews, before coming to Bombay she had acted in 26 films. However no details are available for this. In 1953 she acted in ‘Shamsheer’ and also as a heroine opposite to Dev Anand in ‘Hum Safar’.

Though she was a star in Calcutta and Lahore, in Bombay she mostly got roles as a vamp or other supporting roles. She claims to have worked in 90 films. Some of her well known films are, ‘Dilli Ka Thug’, ‘Baap Re Baap’, ‘Bhaagam Bhag’, ‘Sailaab’, ‘Jaagte Raho’, ‘Aab e Hayaat’, ‘Hamdard’, ‘Teen Batti Chaar Raasta, ‘Abhimaan’, ‘Daaka’ etc .

Smriti was proficient in English, riding, swimming and cooking. She could play sitar, harmonium and guitar. She was very jolly like a tomboy. Smriti got married to Dr. SD Narang in 1960 and left films for ever. She gave birth to 2 sons. After the death of Dr. Narang in 1986, she gave her bungalow for development to a builder, who cheated her and she became homeless. She changed 28 houses in Bombay. She also lost her houses in Delhi and Mahabaleshwar due to crooked relatives. Finally, poor Smriti shifted to Nashik and has lived in a 500 sq.feet flat. Till last year she was in Nashik.

The story of ‘Pehla Aadmi’ was written by actor Nazir Hussain (ex INA), the lyrics were by Prakash (ex INA), and the music was by RC Boral. The film was directed by Bimal Roy, assisted by Hrishikesh Mukherjee. This was Bimal Roy’s last film with New Theatres. When he came to Bombay for the premier of the film, he met Hiten Chaudhari, who had worked in NT earlier. He was the first to leave NT and join Bombay Talkies in Bombay. Hiten took Bimal Roy to Bombay Talkies where he was offered the director’s position for the upcoming film ‘Maa’ (1952). Bimal Roy accepted it and settled in Bombay thereafter.

The story of ‘Pehla Aadmi’ is summarized below.

Vijay Kumar and Chaudhari are thick friends, living in Rangoon, Burma. They have a son Kumar and daughter Lata. The children fall in love when young, and decide to get married, with elders’ consent. The year is 1943. Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose arrives in Singapore and tours Far Eastern areas. He invites the youngsters to join his INA to serve the motherland.

Kumar decides to join INA and promises Lata that they will get married after the war is over.  Before going, Kumar’s father gives him a sword to use in the war. Kumar, after his training is over, is sent to the war front. During a battle, his leader is shot. Before dying he gives Indian flag to Kumar and asks him to hoist it after victory.

The battle is won by Kumar’s unit and Kumar proudly unfurls the Indian Flag first time on a liberated Indian town. He becomes the ‘Pehla Aadmi’ to do so. Unfortunately, after hoisting the flag Kumar is shot dead. His body is brought to Rangoon for last rites. Lata is weeping. Kumar’s collegue in the war tells Lata to fulfil Kumar’s job in liberating the country. Lata too joins INA. (No.650)

The film has 11 songs, as listed in the Geet Kosh. Today’s song is the second song on the blog. It is sung by Aparesh Lahiri and Sandhya Mukherjee. Aparesh Lahiri is the father of the jewellery laden music director Bhappi Lahiri. The video shows Balraj Vij and Smriti Biswas.

[Author’s Note: Acknowledgements and thanks to lallantop.com, mukundsathe.com, Harish Raghuvanshi ji, Wikipedia, HFGK and my notes.]

 


Song – Hum Chale Nai Duniya Rachne (Pehla Aadmi) (1950) Singer – Aparesh Lahiri, Sandhya Mukherjee, Lyrics – Prakash BA, Music – RC Boral

Lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)

hum chale
hum chale
hum chale nai duniya rachne
hum chale naya itihas liye
hum chale nai duniya rachne
hum chale naya itihas liye

wo raat andheri barkha ki
olay barse chamke bijli
wo raat andheri barkha ki
olay barse chamke bijli
par thaan liya jab mann me to
hum jaan pe apni khel chale

tum badho
tum badho
tum badho goliyaan phool banen
kante bhi tujhko dhool banen
tum badho goliyaan phool banen
kante bhi tujhko dhool banen
o janewale ja tu ja
bhagwan tumhara bhala kare
o janewale ja tu ja
bhagwan tumhara bhala kare
hum chale nai duniya rachne
hum chale naya itihas liye
hum chale nai duniya rachne
hum chale naya itihas liye

suraj pashchim mein ug aaye
ya chaand sitaare mit jaayen
suraj pashchim mein ug aaye
ya chaand sitaare mit jaayen
main asha deep
main asha deep jalaaye teri raah takun
tu aan miley
main asha deep jalaaye teri raah takun
tu aan miley

jaayenge
jaayenge
jaayenge ab hum tum mil kar
lo prem milan ke din aaye
hum chale
ha ha ha
hum chale

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हम चले
हम चले
हम चले नई दुनिया रचने
हम चले नया इतिहास लिए
हम चले नई दुनिया रचने
हम चले नया इतिहास लिए

वो रात अंधेरी बरखा की
ओले बरसें चमके बिजली
वो रात अंधेरी बरखा की
ओले बरसें चमके बिजली

तुम बढ़ो
तुम बढ़ो
तुम बढ़ो गोलियां फूल बनें
कांटे भी तुझको धूल बनें
तुम बढ़ो गोलियां फूल बनें
कांटे भी तुझको धूल बनें
ओ जाने वाले जा तू जा
भगवान तुम्हारा भला करे
ओ जाने वाले जा तू जा
भगवान तुम्हारा भला करे

हम चले नई दुनिया रचने
हम चले नया इतिहास लिए
हम चले नई दुनिया रचने
हम चले नया इतिहास लिए

सूरज पश्चिम में उग आए
या चाँद सितारे मिट जाएँ
सूरज पश्चिम में उग आए
या चाँद सितारे मिट जाएँ
मैं आशा दीप
मैं आशा दीप जलाए तेरी राह तकूँ
तू आन मिले
मैं आशा दीप जलाए तेरी राह तकूँ
तू आन मिले

जाएंगे
जाएंगे
जाएंगे अब हम तुम मिल कर
लो प्रेम मिलन के दिन आए
हम चले
हा हा हा
हम चले


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Blog Day : 3504 Post No. : 14076

“Rupaya” (1950), an extremely obscure movie by now, was directed by G P Pawar for Vijay Chitra, Bombay. This “social” movie had Shashikala, Om Prakash, Manmohan, Naaz, Anwari, P Varney, Nautiyal, Ganpat Rao, Gauly Mota, Ramesh, Mirajkar etc in it.

There were nine songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Rupaya” (1950) to appear in the blog. HFGK is silent about the singer of this song. Listening to the song leaves no doubt in anyone’s mind that the song is sung by Geeta Dutt.

Indeewar in the lyricist. Music is composed by P Ramakant.

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

Wit this rare song, “Rupaya” (1950) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Tiki huyi thhin jinpe nazren (Rupaya)(1950) Singer-Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-P Ramakant

Lyrics

tiki huyi thhin jin par nazren aen
tiki huyi thhin jin par nazren
doob gaye wo taare ae ae
aaye na meet hamaare
ho o o
aaye na meet hamaare
tiki huyi thhin jin par nazren
doob gaye wo taare ae ae
aaye na meet hamaare
ho o o
aaye na meet hamaare

kaate kat’ti nahin ye raaten
o o o
kaate kat’ti nahin ye raaten
kab tak karoon main din se baaten
paapi duniya peer na jaane
paapi duniya peer na jaane
bigdi kaun sanwaare ae
aaye na meet hamaare
ho o o
aaye na meet hamaare
tiki huyi thhin jin par nazren
doob gaye wo taare ae ae
aaye na meet hamaare
ho o o
aaye na meet hamaare

baaqi ab na rahi ummeeden
o o o o o
baaqi ab na rahi ummeeden
nainon ki ud gayi hai neenden
tum tak ud na saken ye naina
tum tak ud na saken ye naina
palkon ke pankh pasaare
aaye na meet hamaare
ho o o
aaye na meet hamaare
tiki huyi thhin jin par nazren
doob gaye wo taare ae ae
aaye na meet hamaare
ho o o
aaye na meet hamaare


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Blog Day : 3497 Post No. : 14055

“Sheesh Mahal”(1950) was produced by Sohrab Modi for Minerva Movietone. The movie had Sohrab Modi, Naseem Bano, Nigar Sultana, Pushpa Hans, Amarnath, Jawahar Kaul, Pran, Mubarak, Leela Mishra in it.

The story of the movie, as discussed by Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh, our beloved inhouse enyclopaedia, is as following:-

Thakur Jaspal Singh ( Sohrab Modi) lives in the prestigious and palatial house called the Sheesh Mahal. He is badly in debt, yet continues to live a lifestyle far over and above his means. His son and two daughters are concerned, and try to stop him from over-spending, but he disregards them. Then one day the inevitable happens, and Jaspal Singh has to leave Sheesh Mahal, which must now be sold by auction to pay off his debts.

Jaspal and his children move into a small room in the nearby slums, where they hope to spend the rest of their lives. Jaspal’s son, Vikram (Jawahar Kaul) finds employment in a mill, but unfortunately meets with an accident, and in order to save his life, the doctors amputate his leg, leaving his unemployed and dependent. Jaspal’s daughter, Ranjana ( Naseem Bano), attempts to secure employment, but proud Jaspal will not hear of this.

Ranjana gets employment, but she does not tell her father about it. Ranjana meets with a young man, Vikram (Amarnath) and both fall in love with each other. When this young man’s father, Durgaprasad ( Mubarak), comes to ask Jaspal for Ranjana’s hand, Jaspal finds out that he is the new owner of Sheesh Mahal, and that Ranjana has been working as a maid there.

Jaspal is furious, and taking his sword, he rushes over to the Sheesh Mahal with a clear intent of killing Ranjana, and anyone else who dares to stop him.

There he encounters Durgaprasad, who opens his eyes by telling him on his face the reality and that he is living in his past, which does not exist anymore. He warns him not to destroy the future and happiness of his children to pamper his false ego. Thakur realises his mistake. he drops his sword, but he too falls suffering from massive heart attack. He breathes his last accepting all his faults, but it is too late.

The movie had nine songs in it. Eight of these songs have been covered in the past. Here are the details of these songs :

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Aayi hai deewali 183 27-Oct-08
Jise dhoondhti phirti hai meri nazar 3820 23-Apr-11
Zehar khaanaa magar dil lagaanaa nahin 3829 28-Apr-11
Tum dekh rahe ho ke mite saare sahaare 4005 15-Jun-11
Muqaddar ke haathhon jahaan ghoomtaa hai 4139 6-Jul-11
Aadmi wo hai museebat se pareshaan na ho 6422 12-Aug-12
Ham kheton ke mahaaraaj hamen darr kaahe ka 12791 10-Jan-17
Bhoole zamaane yaad na kar 14044 11-Feb-18

Here is the ninth and final song from “Sheesh Mahal”(1950) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Pushpa Hans and it is picturised on her as well.

Lyricist is credited as Aaziz. I wonder whether he is a new name or someone who is known to us by some other name. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on him.

Music is composed by Vasant Desai.

With this song, “Sheesh Mahal”(1950) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Taqdeer banaane waale ne kaisi taqdeer banaayi hai (Sheesh Mahal)(1950) Singer-Pushpa Hans, Lyrics-Aziz, MD-Vasant Desai

Lyrics

taqdeer banaane waale ne
kaisi taqdeer banaayi hai
barbaadi likh di kismat mein
ye apni shaan dikhaayi hai
taqdeer banaane waale ne
kaisi takdeer banaayi hai

aashaaon ki maala toot gayi
ummeed ke moti bikhar gaye
ummeed ke moti bikhar gaye
armaan bhi jal kar khaaq huye
armaan bhi jal kar khaaq huye
ab jaan pe aafat aayi hai
taqdeer banaane waale ne
kaisi taqdeer banaayi hai

ik jhonka hawa ka aaya thha
aaya aur aa kar nikal gaya
aaya aur aa kar nikal gaya
ham thhandi saans bhi le na sake
ham thhandi saans bhi le na sake
har shaakh e chaman murjhaai hai
taqdeer banaane waale ne
kaisi taqdeer banaayi hai
taqdeer banaane waale ne


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Blog Day : 3495 Post No. : 14044

Today (11 february 2018) is the birth anniversary of Thomas Alva Edison (February 11, 1847 – October 18, 1931). People may argue that he has nothing to do with HFM, but I would argue back that there would be no HFM but for Edison. One out of Edison’s countless inventions was the invention of phonograph, which made it possible to record sound. All the HFM music that we are listening to now owe their existence to this paradigm shifting invention in human existence. We have no way of knowing how the great personalities of the past sounded like, but thanks to Edison, we got a device that could record the voices of people for posterity. That way the contemporaries of Edison and those who came later has their lives enriched to a degree that is beyond our imagination.

Of course, motion picture camera and light bulb are also his inventions. One can safely say that the modern life that we take for granted these days owes a lot to the inventions of Edison. All these inventions led to creation of major industries !

Lots and lots of other discoveries and inventions by lots and lots of other people have taken place since then. In the past, there was no way to preserve voice for postrity. Now it can not only be preserved, but now it can be shared with others easily with people that may be living on the other side of the globe, without leaving the comforts of our own homes ! What is more, these recordings can even be edited, enhanced etc. For instance, there are quite a few recordings that are of poor quality. But tchnology is now available that enables us to improve their quality quite dramatically.

It goes without saying that our blog makes use of lots of technologies that Thomas Edison and many others have created over that last 150 years or so.

Take the song under discussion for example. This song is from “Sheesh Mahal”(1950). Sheesh Mahal had nine nine songs in it. Seven songs have been covered in the blog. Out of the remaining two songs, one song is available in good audio quality (even video is available). But there is one song which seems to be missing from the movie and its audio, as available leave much to be desired.

But as noted above, technology comes to the rescue. There are audio softwares available that can help reduce noise and enhance audio quality. I am not much experienced in such matters but still I have been able to reduce the noise in this audio to an extent where the audio quality is bearable. May be with experience, I will become better.

So, on the occasion of Thomas Alva Edison’s 171st birth anniversary, here is this rare song from “Sheesha Mahal”(1950). This song is sung by Pushpa Hans. She had acted in it as well, so assuming that this song was picturised, it was picturised on herself.

Shams Lucknowi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Vasant Desai.

This song becomes the 500th song of 1950 to appear in the blog. That way, 1950 becomes the second year, after 1949, to have 500 songs in the blog. 1959 and 1960 are two years that are waiting in the wings to join this group.


Song-Bhoole zamaane yaad na kar (Sheesh Mahal)(1950) Singer-Pushpa Hans, Lyrics-Shams Lucknowi, MD-Vasant Desai

Lyrics

bhoole zamaane yaad na kar
yaad na kar
bhoole zamaane yaad na kar
yaad na kar

duniya ki yahi baaten hain
duniya ki yahi baaten hain
din hain to phir kabhi raaten hain
din hain to phir kabhi raaten hain
dil ko tu naashaad na kar
naashaad na kar
yaad na kar
bhoole zamaane yaad na kar
yaad na kar

zaalimon ki ye basti hai
zaalimon ki ye basti hai
rone pe duniya hansti hai
rone pe duniya hansti hai
aansuon se fariyaad na kar
fariyaad na kar
yaad na kar
bhoole zamaane yaad na kar
yaad na kar

ae dost hamen gham sahne de
ae dost hamen gham sahne de
kisi(?) ki nishaani rahne de
kisi(?) ki nishaani rahne de
shaad na kar
barbaad na kar
barbaad na kar
yaad na kar
bhoole zamaane yaad na kar
yaad na kar


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

Blog Day : 3493 Post No. : 14038

Mohammed Rafi – Duets – ‘अ’  से  ‘ह’ तक  (From ‘अ’ to ‘ह’) – 4
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/‘ई’/

‘उ’ – उठो बुलबुलों तोड़ दो तीलियाँ

दिल की आवाज़ भी सुन॰ ॰ ॰

वो अगर चे सुन सकते, हम तो सुनाते ही रहते॰ ॰ ॰

But now, the voice has gone to distant lands unknown, where our call will not reach, and his voice will not come back again. It seems like a thing of yesterday that I saw him perform live on Doordarshan; or that I read about another award in the Filmfare magazine, that he had stood up and walked up to receive. The mind simply does not believe that he has not been with us mortals for the past almost four decades. कहाँ से ले के आएँ, अपने बूते की बात नहीं॰ ॰ ॰ दिल को ही समझाना पड़ता है।

Moving forward with the series of duets – I have to skip ‘ई’ because no duet song starting with this vowel is available. So I come to ‘उ’, as the starting letter for today’s song.

As I was searching for such a song, I came across this song from ‘Khaamosh Sipaahi’ of 1950, and I listened to it in complete amazement. And I listened to it again and again, and again. The composition by Hansraj Behl – it is so unique and so different, that I wonder whether such an arrangement has been attempted in any other songs.

The leading voices in this ‘duet’ song are of Rafi Sb and Geeta Roy/Dutt. But the entire song is arranged as a chorus song. The individual voices of the lead singers are not heard separately even once. There are lines by the chorus of male voices, and there lines by the chorus of female voices, and then there are lines by chorus of male plus female voices. The beauty and the redeeming feature of this singing is how the various voices have been arranged. When the male chorus is heard, then Rafi Sb’s voice is very clearly discernible a little above the chorus of male voices. When the female chorus is heard, then Geeta Roy’s voice is clearly discernible a little above the chorus on female voices.

I am not able to immediately recall another song which has been arranged with such meticulous attention to the sound of the lead voices in a chorus of voices. Really beautifully done.

And the words by DN Madhok Sb, they simply take one along with the emotions of an army preparing for battle. Yes, that is right, this song has been designed as a slow paced marching song of the warriors.

I have no information about this film – ‘Khamosh Sipahi’, and I request our more knowledgeable friends and readers to please add more information about this film and the picturization of this song. But the words indicate that it is a song that is exhorting people for a struggle. Given the time period (1950), it would seem that the song is urging the warriors, either for the freedom struggle or maybe the first invasion of Kashmir by Pakistani marauders (in 1948). Maybe it is the freedom struggle – the refrain of the song is

utho bulbulo
tod do teeliaan

The words are urging the timid and frail nightingale birds, to rise and break the ‘teeliaan’. This word ‘teeliaan’ here refers to the wooden twigs or splinters that are used to make cages for small birds.

The song, slow paced as it is, it still has a very exhilarating effect on the mind and the heart. The slow pace is almost a haunting that takes over the mind. And the mind wants to listen to this sound again and again. Such a wonderful creation – and I would lay all the kudos on Hansraj Behl for the composition, the arrangement  of the minimal music, and such a beautiful play of chorus voices entwined around the lead voices – it is simply amazing. There is some leading violin music, but after that when the singing starts, there simply is no music except for a very low rhythm of drum beats. The entire creation is so enchanting.

Just listen to this, and be amazed.

PS: There is one word in the lyrics of the first antaraa, that I am not sure that I have got it correct. Maybe it is, maybe the meaning fits in, or maybe not. I request other readers to please help confirm or correct this word. 🙂

Song – Utho Bulbulo Tod Do Teeliyaan (Khamosh Sipaahi) (1950) Singer – Geeta Roy/Dutt, Mohammed Rafi, Lyrics – DN Madhok, MD – Hansraj Behl
Mohammed Rafi + Male Chorus
Geeta Roy/Dutt + Female Chorus
Rafi + Geeta + All Chorus

Lyrics

utho bulbulo
tod to teeliaan
kahaan qaid thandi hawaayen kahaan
utho bulbulo
tod to teeliaan
kahaan qaid thandi hawaayen kahaan
utho bulbulo

tumhaare liye abr ghir ghir ke aaye
abr ghir ghir ke aaye
khushi jholion mein wo bhar bhar ke laaye
wo bhar bhar ke laaye
wo bhoola hua phir banega samaan
utho bulbulo
tod to teeliaan
kahaan qaid thandi hawaayen kahaan
utho bulbulo

himaala ne tum ko pukaara hai aao
pukaara hai aao
meri chotiyon par wohi geet gaao
meri chotiyon par wohi geet gaao
ke sun kar dehal jaaye saara jahaan
utho bulbulo
tod to teeliaan
kahaan qaid thandi hawaayen kahaan
utho bulbulo

mujhe khabr hai par kate hain tumhaare
par kate hain tumhaare
utho waqt deta hai tum ko ishaare
ho tum ko ishaare
gaya waqt phir jaa ke aaye kahaan
utho bulbulo
utho bulbulo
utho bulbulo

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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उठो बुलबुलो
तोड़ दो तीलियाँ
कहाँ क़ैद ठंडी हवाएँ कहाँ
उठो बुलबुलो
तोड़ दो तीलियाँ
कहाँ क़ैद ठंडी हवाएँ कहाँ
उठो बुलबुलो

तुम्हारे लिए अब्र घिर घिर के आए
अब्र घिर घिर के आए
खुशी झोलियों में वो भर भर के लाये
वो भर भर के लाये
वो भूला हुआ फिर बनेगा समां
उठो बुलबुलो
तोड़ दो तीलियाँ
कहाँ क़ैद ठंडी हवाएँ कहाँ
उठो बुलबुलो

हिमाला ने तुमको पुकारा है आओ
पुकारा है आओ
मेरी चोटियों पर वही गीत गाओ
मेरी चोटियों पर वही गीत गाओ
के सुन कर दहल जाये सारा जहान्
उठो बुलबुलो
तोड़ दो तीलियाँ
कहाँ क़ैद ठंडी हवाएँ कहाँ
उठो बुलबुलो

मुझे खबर है पर कटे हैं तुम्हारे
पर कटे हैं तुम्हारे
उठो वक़्त देता है तुमको इशारे
हो तुमको इशारे
गया वक़्त फिर जा के आए कहाँ
उठो बुलबुलो
उठो बुलबुलो
उठो बुलबुलो


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Blog Day : 3492 Post No. : 14031

“Sartaj” (1950) was an Omar Khayyam Productions movie. this movie was directed by S Khalil. The movie had Motilal, Munawwar Sultana, Cuckoo, Manorama, Ansari, Mirza Musharaf, Shyama, Rattan Bai etc in it.

The movie had nine songs in it. Three of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fourth song from “Sartaj” (1950). This song is sung by Shamshad Begam and Lata. Shewan Rizvii is the lyricist. music is composed by Husnlal Bhagatram.

Only the audio of this song is available so it is difficult to guess how this song was picturised.

I request our knowledgeable readers to throw more light on this movie and on the picturisation of this song.

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


Song-Jab teri gali mein ham aaye (Sartaj)(1950) Singers-Shamshad Begam, Lata, Lyrics-Shewan Rizvi, MD-Husnlal Bhagatram
Both

Lyrics

jab teri gali mein hum aaye
kuchh toote huye se dil paaye
haan aa aa
aage jo badhe
dekha na gaya
ik dard ka maara kehta thha

zakhmon se kaleje ae ae
ko bhar de ae ae ae ae
barbaad sukoon e dil kar de ji
barbaad sukoon e dil kar de
barbaad sukoon e dil kar de
o naaz bhari ee ee
chitvan waale ae ae

aa aur mujhe ghaayal kar de ji
aa aur mujhe ghaayal kar de
aa aur mujhe ghaayal kar de

aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
tu jaan ka lena jaan gaya
hum ishq mein marna seekh gaye ji

hum ishq mein marna seekh gaye ji
ham ishq mein marna seekh gaye
ae ae ae ae ae ae
har roz ka marna
ulfat mein aen aen aen aen
jeena na kahin mushqil kar de ji
jeena na kahin mushqil kar de
jeena na kahin mushqil kar de

aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aata hai chaman mein jaane nazar
ae ae ae
ae ishq zara ik kaam to kar
haan aan kaam to kar
har phool mein rakh de ae ae
aankh meri
ee ee ee ee ee ee
har phool ko mera dil kar de ji
har phool ko mera dil kar de
har phool ko mera dil kar de

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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जब तेरी गली में हम आए
कुछ टूटे हुये से दिल पाये
हाँ॰॰आ॰॰आ
आगे जो बढ़े
देखा ना गया
इक दर्द का मारा कहता था

ज़ख़्मों से कलेजे॰॰ए॰॰ए
को भर दे॰॰ए॰॰ए॰॰ए
बर्बाद सुकून ए दिल कर दे जी
बर्बाद सुकून ए दिल कर दे
बर्बाद सुकून ए दिल कर दे
ओ नाज़ भरी॰॰ई॰॰ई
चितवन वाले॰॰ए॰॰ए
और मुझे घायल कर दे जी
आ और मुझे घायल कर दे
आ और मुझे घायल कर दे

आ आ आ
आ आ आ
आ आ आ
तू जान का लेना जान गया
हम इश्क़ में मरना सीख गए जी
हम इश्क़ में मरना सीख गए जी
हम इश्क़ में मरना सीख गए
॰॰ए॰॰ए॰॰ए॰॰ए॰॰ए॰॰ए
हर रोज़ का मरना
उल्फ़त में॰॰एं॰॰एं॰॰एं
जीना ना कहीं मुश्किल कर दे जी
जीना ना कहीं मुश्किल कर दे
जीना ना कहीं मुश्किल कर दे

आ आ आ
आ आ आ
आता है चमन में जान ए नज़र
॰॰ए॰॰ए॰॰ए
ए इश्क़ ज़रा इक काम तो कर
हाँ॰॰आं काम तो कर
हर फूल में रख दे॰॰ए॰॰ए
आँख मेरी
॰॰ई॰॰ई॰॰ई॰॰ई॰॰ई॰॰ई
हर फूल को मेरा दिल कर दे जी
हर फूल को मेरा दिल कर दे
हर फूल को मेरा दिल कर दे


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 sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day : 3476 Post No. : 13961

Today, 23rd January 2018 is the 121st Birth Anniversary of India’s best known revolutionary- Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. His life story and name is known to every Indian. It is not only very inspiring, but is very motivating as well. Unfortunately Netaji did not get the kind of help or support he needed and deserved for his Military action, from Indian politicians of his times. Netaji’s philosophy clashed with the Non-Violence policy espoused by Gandhi and his Congress Party. He pursued his dream single handedly. It is once in a Century that such a person is born. My respectful obeisance to Netaji.

On this occasion, here is a song describing his life which was nothing but a life of Balidaan or sacrifice.

Today’s song is from film Samadhi-1950. With this song, I remember and pay my respects to Music Director C.Ramchandra, in his Centenary Year.

Indian film industry is notably poor in making Patriotic films. Agreed that the first 16 years of the Talkie in India were not suitable or encouraging for making such films, as India was under British rule. But now, after 70+ years of ibdependence, the number of such films can be counted on the fingers of just one hand. Historical films have suffered the same fate. Our Historical films are based on some fictitious love stories and the history part is limited only to the costumes and Horses,Elephants etc.

No doubt, some film makers did make films based on Patriotic themes, almost immediately after independence or in the first few years after that. Songs with Patriotic themes were also used in few films. Films like Apna Desh-49,Samadhi-50, Pehla Admi-50, Andolan-51 and Anand Math-52 are some such examples, but these are only a few among the heap of song and comedy films that were being produced.Sporadic films like Jagriti-54, Chhatrapati Shivaji (52,61 and 2007) and some films of Manoj Kumar were made combining Patriotic themes in later years. As for “Historical” made those days- Mughal e Azam, Anarkali or Taj Mahal were more of Love story films than Historical films.

On this background, making a film like Samadhi was actually a risk. But this risk was offset by planting a Love story and some foot tapping songs and dances. In this, C.Ramchandra’s contribution was extremely important. The evergreen song ” Gore gore, o banke chhore” by Lata and Amirbai and few more lilting songs by Lata and Shamshad Begum made the film a memorable musical extravaganza. However, care was taken that the Patriotic theme of the movie was not compromised.

It was said that Samadhi’s story was based on a True Life story. The film was directed by Ramesh Saigal (2-3-1918 to 20-1-1980), who directed only 10 films in his career, but what some of his films were ! Shaheed-48, Samadhi-50, Shikast-53, Railway Platform-55 and Phir subah hogi-58 can not be forgotten. Film Samadhi had all the elements in it that make a movie successful. Moreover the film had the background of Indian National Army, led by Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, who was loved by people of India. These factors made the film a grand success at the Box Office. By one estimate, film Samadhi-50 was the highest earner on Box Office in 1950. It reportedly made a gross collection of Rs.1,35,00,000 and a net profit of Rs. 75,00,000 (wiki).

The film cast was Ashok Kumar, Nalini Jaywant, Shyam, Mubarak, David, Badri Prashad, Shashi Kapoor Sr., Collins Paul etc etc.

Ashok Kumar and Nalini Jaywant came together for the first time with this film. They then went on to do 11 films together from 1950 to 1966. Together, they even went abroad for shooting of the film Naaz-54 . Their mutual attraction was well known in the industry. But later they parted ways and though their Bungalows in Union Park, Chembur, Bombay were opposite to each others, they did not even exchange greetings.

Actor Shyam (20-2-1920 to 15-4-1951), who was a popular Hero those days, did the role of Ashok Kumar’s elder brother despite being almost 10 years younger to Ashok Kumar. His height and good physique enabled him to look quite convincing as the elder brother of Ashok Kumar.

Shashi Kapoor Sr.(Shashi Chand Kapoor) did the role of young Ashok Kumar. It is interesting to note that the other Shashi kapoor Jr. ( Raj kapoor’s brother) did the young Ashok kumar’s role in film Sangram-50 in the same year

It is also interesting to note that Netaji’s role in this film was done by an actor named Collins. He was like an O.T.P.- never seen again in any film.

The story of this film was given by me earlier for some other post from this film, so I am not repeating it here. Baburao Patel of ” Film India”, wrote in its May-50 issue that the film was ” irrelevant and obsolete politically, since India had got its freedom now.” However the audience and the readers of his magazine did not agree to his comments and made this film a tremendous success. It goes to prove that Patriotic themes are never irrelevant.

Film Samadhi-50 had 7 songs. 5 songs were already discussed on the Blog. Let us enjoy the song by C.Ramchandra, describing Netaji’s life story in essence.

Ed note:- One song is now left to be covered. This balance song is “Sab mil kar Hind pukaaren” according to HFGK whose record was not made and this song is apparently not available.


Song-Netaji ka jeewan hai balidaan ki ek kahaani (Samadhi)(1950) Singer-C Ramchandra, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-C Ramchandra
Nalini Jaiwant
Female chorus
Male chorus
All chorus

Lyrics

ho o o o
Netaji ka jeewan hai balidaan ki ek kahaani
Netaji ka jeewan hai balidan ki ek kahaani
balidaan hi balidaan hai
bachpan aur jawaani
bachpan aur jaawani
balidaan ki ek kahaani
balidaan ki ek kahaani

hoye bachpan hi se chanchal man mein armaanon ka mela thha
chhoti si ek lehar thhi dil mein
toofaanon ka rela thha
college mein ustaad jo thha wo thha london ka gora
arre usne kaha college me ek din
hindi kaala log chhichhora

sher bose ka khoon jo khaula
sher bose ka khoon jo khaula
gore ko ik chapat lagai
naam kata college se lekin
hind ki laaj bachaai
Netaji ka jeewan hai balidaan ki ek kahaani
balidaan hi balidaan hai bachpan aur jawaani
balidaan ki ek kahaani
balidaan ki ek kahaani

maat pita ne samjhaaya
aur englishtan ko kiya ravaana
badon ke aage honth na khole
lekin baagi dil na maana
europe mein ICS ke imtihaan ko paas kiya
arre itna ooncha ohda paakar
deshbakht ne chhod diya
phir
hindsutan mein aakar pehle gaandhi ko parnaam kiya
gaandhi ko parnaam kiya
gaandhi ko parnaam kiya

wo desh ki seva ka baapu se pehla pehla sabak liya
pehla pehla sabak liya
pehla pehla sabak liya

bharat ke dukh dard ko socha samjha aur pehchaana
kamar baandh kar rann mein aaya
aazaadi ka deewaana
aazaadi ka deewaana
aazaadi ka deewaana

kiya angrezon ne ye aid
karen is baagi ko ab qaid
kuchal daalen
masal daalen
kuchal daalen
masal daalen

magar
bachpan se jo baagi ho
wo zulm se darna kya jaane
jalne se kab ghabraate hain
shama watan ke parwaane
jiski rag rag mein shole hon
wo kya samjhe chingaari ko
hathkadiyon ko
zanjeeron ko
jailon ki chaar deewaari ko
kadam kadam par mushqil aayi
lekin sher sada lalkaara
rah nahin sakta gair ke bas mein
Hidustan hamaara
rah nahin sakta gair ke bas mein
hidustan hamaara
rah nahin sakta gair ke bas mein
hidustan hamaara

sarkaar ne kar daali nazarband zabaanband
maidaan ke jo mard hain hote hai kahaan band
ek raat ko chupke hi se gum ho gaye Neta
shor hua subah kahaan kho gaye Neta
janta bhi thhi hairaan
to sarkaar bhi hairaan
ud jaane se bulbul ke thha saiyyaad pareshan

lekin
maata ko ye ummeed thhi
laut aayega beta
maata se kahe bina kahaan jaayega beta
is aas mein darwaaje bhi ghar ke na kiya band
aa jaayega
aa jaayega
wo laal wo farjan

us maa se badi maa hai jo hindustan hai
wo chodd gaya maa ko
badi maa ko chudaane
is hind ki bigdi hui taqdeer banaane

badal pathaani bhesh
chala pardes
chhod kar desh
hamaara neta
badal pathaani bhesh
chala pardes
chhod kar desh
hamaara neta
aazadi ki nayi ladaai
ladne pyaaara neta

hindustan se kabul mein
aur kabul se berlin mein
chalte chalte pahunch gaya
wo singapore ke rann mein
qaum ki ye fauj aur qaumi taraana ban gaya
qaum ki ye fauj aur qaumi taraana ban gaya

ek ek tinka chuna
aur aashiyaana ban gaya
jai gandhi jai subhash
jai gandhi jai subhash
jai hind jai hind
jai hind jai hind
jai hind jai hind
jai hind


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Blog Day : 3473 Post No. : 13945

“Saudaamini” (1950) was directed by P C Joshi for National Screen production, Bombay. This obscure movie had Cuckoo, Leela Chitnis, P Joshi, Sona Chatterji, Bikram Kapoor, Zubeida etc in it.

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

Here is the sixth song from “Saudaamini” (1950) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Uma Devi. Lyricist is not known. Music is composed by S N Tripathi.

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


Song-Dukh dard bhare dil ka kahen kis ka fasaana(Saudaamini)(1950) Singer-Uma Devi, MD-S N Tripathi

Lyrics

dukh dard bhare dil ka kahen kis se fasaana
hum apne hi haathon se huye gham ka nishaana
dukh dard bhare dil ka kahen kis se fasaana
hum apne hi haathon se huya gham ka nishaana

maaloom na thha aise bhi din aayenge apne
din aayenge apne
maaloom na thha aise bhi din aayenge apne
din aayenge apne
ro ro ke bhi hum gaayenge khushiyon ka taraana
hum apne hi haathon se huye gham ka nishaana

murjha gayin khud kahke ye ummeed ki kaliyaan
ummeed ki kaliyaan
murjha gayin khud kahke ye ummeed ki kaliyaan
ummeed ki kaliyaan
dekha bhi nahin humne bahaaron ka zamaana
hum apne hi haathon se huye gham ka nishaana

jab ho gaye barbaad to aaya hai samajh mein
aaya hai samajh mein
jab ho gaye barbaad to aaya hai samajh mein
aaya hai samajh mein
is duniya mein kaun apna hai aur kaun begaana
hum apne hi haathon se huye gham ka nishaana
dukh dard bhare dil ka kahen kis se fasaana
hum apne hi haathon se huye gham ka nishaana


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