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“Sheesha” (1952) is an obscure movie which was produced by Umar Ansari and it was directed by Shahid Latif for Asian Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Sajjan, Nargis, Vimla, Kumkum, Amar, Achla Sachdev, Zebunnissa, Anwari Bai, Rakhan, Laman, Habeeb, Rashid, Cuckoo, Majnu etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. Seven songs from this movie have been discussed so far. Here is the eighth and final song from this movie to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Shamshad Begam. The song is written by Shakeel Badayuni. Music is composed by Ghulam Mohammad.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song. It appears that it is this song that inspired a “Paakeezaa”(1972) song, viz. Mausam hai aashiqaana two decades later.

With this song, “Sheesha” (1952) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Bedardi ne dard mera jaana nahin (Sheesha)(1952) Singer-Shamshad Begam, Lyrics-Shakeel Badayuni, MD-Ghulam Mohammad

Lyrics

bedardi ne
bedardi ne dard mera jaana nahin
bedardi ne
bedardi ne dard mera jaana nahin
mere dil ne
haaye mere dil ne jo kaha kabhi maana nahin
bedardi ne

deepak jale kyun patanga bhi jaane
kaliyaan hanse kyun bhanwra bhi jaane ae
mere preetam ne mujhko pahchaana nahin
bedardi ne
bedardi ne dard mera jaana nahin
bedardi ne

bhole balam ko main dil deke haari
wo mujhko pyaare unhen sautan hai pyaari ee
unki duniya mein mera thhikaana nahin
bedardi ne
bedardi ne dard mera jaana nahin
bedardi ne

jalte rahe yoon to mar jaayenge hum
mar jaayenge jab to yaad aayenge hum m
kaho preetam se phir pachhtaana nahin
bedardi ne
bedardi ne dard mera jaana nahin
mere dil ne
haaye mere dil ne jo kaha kabhi maana nahin
bedardi ne

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“Goonj”(1952) was produced by H S Kwatra and directed by Phani Majumdar for Kwatra arts Productions, Bombay. The movie had Suraiyya, suresh, Sapru, Majnu, Ramesh Thakur, Madan Puri, Randheer, Urvashi, Praveen, Rajni, Uma Devi, Moti Sood, Jugal, Gadadhar Sharma, Darpan, Ravikant, Bhag Singh Joshi, Sohan, Bhagwan etc in it.

The movie had eleven songs in it. Eight of these songs have been discussed in the past.

Here is the ninth song from “Goonj”(1952) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by rajkumari. D N Madhok is the lyricist. Music is composed by Sardul Kwatra.

I have failed to note down the lyrics of this song to my satisfaction. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections in the lyrics of this song.

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

With this song, we now have exxactly 400 songs in the blog from movies released in 1952. Now this blog contains 400 plus songs from each year between 1949 to 1961.


Song-Arre ho ghadi ghadi (Goonj)(1952) Singer-Rajkumari, Lyrics-D N Madhok, MD-Sardul Kwatra
Chorus

Lyrics

arre ho o o o
ghadi ghadi main loon angdaai
apne aap se main sharmaayee
kaho jee kyun bhala main kyun sharmaayee
kyun sharmaayee
apne piya ki tohe baat bataaun main
nainon mein naina jo daale
sheesha(?) ghabraaun main
haaye ghabraaun main
apne piya ki tohe baat bataaun main
nainon mein naina jo daale
sheesha (?)ghabraaun main
haaye ghabraaun main

chhota sa ye kaanch jaane
baanch(?) kaise jaaye hai
baanch(?) kaise jaaye hai
chup chup batiyaan jawaani ki sunaaye hai
jawaani ki sunaaye hai
chhota sa ye kaanch jaane
baanch(?) kaise jaaye hai
baanch(?) kaise jaaye hai
chup chup batiyaan jawaani ki sunaaye hai
kahoji kya sunaaye hai
kabhi kahe
nainwa mein jaadoo bhar laayee re
kabhi kahe aayi jawaani
raam duhaayee re
raam duhaayee re
kabhi kahe
nainwa mein jaadoo bhar laayee re
kabhi kahe aayi jawaani
raam duhaayee re
raam duhaayee re
apne piya ki tohe baat bataaun main
nainon mein naina jo daale
sheesha(?) ghabraaun main
haaye ghabraaun main

aisi najariya se aaj naahin dekh mohe
aaj naahin dekh mohe
noch (??) loongi ankhiyaan
tod phod doongi tohe
tod phod doongi tohe
aisi najariya se aaj naahin dekh mohe
aaj naahin dekh mohe
noch(??) loongi ankhiyaan
tod phod doongi tohe
tod phod doongi tohe
saikdon hazaaron laakhon
tukde karoongi tore
yoon na kabhi dekh
ye hansi ke bhare nain more
teekhe bhare nain more
saikdon hazaaron laakhon
tukde karoongi tore
yoon na kabhi dekh
hansi ke bhare nain more
hansi ke bhare nain more
apne piya ki tohe baat bataaun main
nainon mein naina jo daale
sheesha(?) ghabraaun main
haaye ghabraaun main


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“Sheesha” (1952) is an obscure movie which was produced by Umar Ansari and it was directed by Shahid Latif for Asian Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Sajjan, Nargis, Vimla, Kumkum, Amar, Achla Sachdev, Zebunnissa, Anwari Bai, Rakhan, Laman, Habeeb, Rashid, Cuckoo, Majnu etc in it.

Six songs from this movie have been discussed so far. Here is the seventh song from this movie to appear in the blog. This obscure song is sung by Rafi. The song is written by Umar Ansari. Music is composed by Ghulam Mohammad.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song which sounds like an ideal song to listen to during evening time, especially on radio.


Song-Teri mehfil mein dil thhaame (Sheesha)(1952) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Umar Ansari, MD-Ghulam Mohammad

Lyrics

Teri mehfil mein dil thhhaame
tera deewaana aata hai
teri mehfil mein dil thhhaame
tera deewaana aata hai

theher o shama
jalne ke liye
o shama
jalne ke liye ae ae
parwaana aata hai
teri mehfil mein

bahakta
ladkhaadaata
jhoomta
teri muhabbat mein
bahakta
ladkhaadaata
jhoomta
teri muhabbat mein
ae ae ae
teri muhabbat mein
kafan baadhe huye sar pe
tera mastaana aata hai
teri mehfil mein

khabar le apne dil ki
dil hamaara todne waale
khabar le apne dil ki
dil hamaara todne waale
ae ae ae ae
dil todne waale
ke sheeshe ko hamen
pathhar se bhi takraana aata hai
teri mehfil mein dil thhhaame
tera deewaana aata hai
teri mehfil mein


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“Sheesha” (1952) is an obscure movie which was produced by Umar Ansari and directed by Shahid Latif for Asian Pictures, Bombay. It had Sajjan, Nargis, Vimla, Kumkum, Amar, Achla Sachdev, Zebunnissa, Anwari Bai, Rakhan, Laman, Habeeb, Rashid, Cuckoo, Majnu etc in it.

Five songs from this movie have been discussed so far. Here is the sixth song from this movie to appear in the blog. This obscure song is sung by Shamshad Begam. The song is written by Majrooh Sultanpuri. Music is composed by Ghulam Mohammad.

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

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


Song-Angna baaje shahnaai (Sheesha)(1952) Singer-Shamshad Begam, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Ghulam Mohammad
Chorus

Lyrics

angna baaje
angna baaje shahnaai re
haan re shahnaai re
aaj mori jagmag atariya

chanda mori
chanda mori
o dekho
chanda mori
angnaai re
ho o angnaai re
dekho kahin laage na najariya
chanda mori

jaise sooraj chaand ka jeewan
lalla ka jeewan hoye ho o o
jaise sooraj chaand ka jeewan
lalla ka jeewan hoye

ho o o
bhari rahe mamta ko godi
sukh ka darshan hoye
aji haan ji
hoye(?)
sukh ka darshan hoye

ho o
gaaye koi
koi khushi khushi naache
hansi khushi lahraayi re
ho o lahraayi re
aaj mori jagmag atariya

chanda mori
chanda mori
ho dekho
chanda mori
angnaai re
ho o
angnaai re
dekho kahin laage na najariya
chanda mori

kisi ke nanhe se honthon pe jab hansi aayi
kisi ke nanhe se honthon pe jab hansi aayi
honthon pe jab hansi aayi

??? raahon mein roshni aayi
ho roshni aayi
ho o o
?? ko na luta de
?? badhaai re
de de badhaayi re
dekho kahin laage na najariya
chanda mori


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While discussing interesting songs from the decade of the 50s, one can not keep away from C Ramchandra’s films. In the early 1950s, Chitalkar was in great demand and his films were becoming popular because of his songs. Of course, there were films like Jhanjhar-53 and Ghungroo-52, which did not become hits in spite of good songs.

Jhanjhar-53 was his own production and he had put great efforts in composing songs for Jhanjhar-53. At the same tie, Filmistan’s film “Anarkali “was also in the making and C.Ramchandra was its Music Director. At one point of time, C.Ramchandra was spending lot of time on Jhanjhar and Filmistan feared that he may neglect their film Anarkali. They even sent a legal notice to him alleging so. Of course, C.Ramchandra refuted this charge. When both films released, it was Anarkali’s music which proved to be record making popular and a hit, while Jhanjhar was declared a Flop. Jhanjhar was a story of an Indian family settled in Malaysia and C.Ramchandra had used Malaysian fast music tunes for this film, but it did not click.

Similarly, Ghungroo-52, which was produced by C.Ramchandra’s close friend Omprakash, was naturally offered to him for its music. Omprakash was its Hero and had two Heroines-Sumitra Devi and Kuldeep kaur, because he had a double role in this film. CR too left no efforts to compose the tunes with great efforts, but the film flopped but the music became popular. In my opinion, all the songs are good in this film, but as the film flopped the songs did not reach a larger audience. Today’s song is from this film, Ghunghroo-52.

The film was directed by Hiren Bose. His name may not be familiar to most readers, but he was a big gun in Bengal. In Bombay, he did not have much success. Several well known actors came from Bengal. Many Directors like, Bimal Roy, Hrishikesh Mukherjee, Nabendu Ghosh, Basu Chatterjee, Basu Bhattacharya, Shakti Samanta, Amiya Chakravarty, Gyan Mukherjee etc enriched the Hindi cinema.

Music directors who came from Bengal like,Hemant kumar,Salil Chaudhari,S D Burman,Anil Biswas,K C Dey,Pankaj Mullik etc provided us wonderful everlasting music.

Most of the directors and composers from Bengal are well known to most of us,but there was ONE name that appeared in many categories like Actor,Director,Story writer,S/Play writer,Lyricist,and Composer too,yet that name is as obscure today as it can be !

That name is HIREN BOSE ( Hirendra Kumar Bose).

Born in Calcutta on 26-9-1903,Hiren completed his college education and learnt classical music & Rabindra sangeet to such proficiency that soon he earned titles of “Vidya Bhushan” and “Sangeet Ratna “. He wrote in Begali papers and for Bangla films too.

He knew that if he has to shine in Films,he must go to Bombay and operate in both in Bombay and Calcutta.He saw Anil Biswas struggling hard in those days and advised him to come to Bombay.Hiren Bose was a very respected man in Film world.Accordingly Anil Biswas came to Bombay and Hiren gave him his first film for Music Direction-Dharam ki Devi-1935,for which Hiren Bose was the Director.

Hiren Bose started acting and directing Bangla filma from 1931 and did 20 films till 1957.

In 1932 he wrote the story and s/play for meerabai-32 and again for Rajrani meera-33.His Hindi films were,Dharam ki devi,Piya ki Jogan,mahageet,India in Africa,Daasi,Banjare,Ghungroo,Raami Dhoban and Raj Ratan.

He even directed a Telugu film-Bhakta Jaidev-1938.

Mahageet-37 was the First Hindi film to have Playback singing from Bombay( after Calcutta in 1935).

Hiren Bose gave music to only 2 films- India in Africa-39 for which no records were issued and then Raami Dhoban-1953.

his last film was Ek Tara(Bangla)-1957. Then he retired.

Hiren Bose died on 18-6-1987 at Calcutta and a most versatile,multifaceted and multilingual personality disappeared for ever.

The cast of the film Ghungroo-52 was Omprakash, Sumitra Devi, Kuldeep Kaur, Badri Pershad, K.N.Singh,Murad etc etc.

Hamid Ali Murad or simply Murad was born at Rampur in Uttar Pradesh in 1911. He was very fair and good looking. He came to Bombay in 1942 to seek roles in films. Mehboob Khan had just established his own studio and Production hose and was making his first film Najma. He gave a role to the fair and handsome Murad in film Najma and thus started his film career with a character role. His career lasted till film Tamacha-1988, All these years he did only character roles.

Murad was so fair and tall that, in those days, many Policemen saluted him as if he was a British person !

Due to his personality, he would be selected for roles of Judge, Police Commissioner, Badshah or a Maharaja. He was a favourite of producers / directors like Mehboob, K.Asif, Sohrab Modi, Kardar, Nitin Bose, Bimal Roy, K.A.Abbas, M.Sadiq etc, who would cast him in their films. Murad did more than 3oo films and in almost 250 films, he did the role of a Judge. That must be a sort of a record,like Iftekhar as Police Commissioner !

Some of his famous films were Andaz, Anandmath, Do Bigha Zameen, Mirza Ghalib, Durgesh Nandini,Heer, Yahudi, Mugha e Azam, Palki etc etc. He fitted perfectly inn Costume, Mughal and Historical films. In 1976-77, he became President of Cine Artistes Association. In 1981, he suffered from Paralysis, but continued to work in films till 1988.

Murad died on 24-4-1997, leaving behind a wife, 3 daughters and one son. His son Raza Murad-famous for his voice- is also an actor. ( Thanks to shri Harish Raghuwanshi ji for information on Murad. )

Film Ghunghroo(1952) had 9 songs. 2 songs are already discussed by Sadanand Kamath ji. This will be the 3rd song. 2 Duets were by Chitalkar and Shamshad Begum. C.Ramchandra had always banked on Shamshad for naughty, playful and comic songs in his films. She too did full justice to his trust Some of their duets like “Mere Piya gaye Rangoon” have become iconic songs. After Lata Mangeshkar became his lead singer, his films were clearly divided into comic, playful and serious songs. While Chitalkar took care of the playful comic songs, serious soft songs were reserved for Lata- who excelled in such songs.

Initially, C.Ramchandra tried to make comic duets with Lata, but he soon found that she was not very comfortable with such songs, though she did full justice to the songs. For example, in film Sargam-50, Lata had 6 duets with Chitalkar and Rafi, in addition to 2 solos and 1 duet with Saraswati Rane. Chitalkar had one solo. No doubt all songs of Sargam-50 became popular, but Lata’s solo and duet with Rane were too good songs. C.Ramchandra had realised that soft and serious songs( Birah songs, particularly) were the comfort zone of Lata and she excelled in such songs. So he was keen on keeping at least 3-4 such songs in every film for Lata.

Today’s song is also a fun song by Chitalkar and Shamshad. The Lyricist of this light hearted song is Rajendra Krishna. Enjoy this duet….


Song-Mere peechhe peechhe aake (Ghunghroo)(1952) Singers-Shamshad Begam, C Ramchandra, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-C Ramchandra

Lyrics

ah ha hahaha

mere peechhe pichhe aake
o chhore gore gore
mat khaans re
mat khaans re
mat khaans re
mat khaans re

ye jhooth moothh ki khansi
main lagwa doongi faansi
mat khaans re
mat khaans re
mat khaans re
mat khaans re

ye gali nahin tere baap ki
jaagir nahin hai aapki
ye gali nahin tere baap ki
jaagir nahin hai aapki
mere peechhe tum na aao
mere aage tum na jaao
yoon daal na mujhpe dore
o chhore gore gore
mat khaans re
mat khaans re
mat khaans re
mat khaans re
mere peechhe peechhe aake
o chhore gore gore
mat khaans re
mat khaans re
mat khaans re
mat khaans re

lahron mein shor machaaun
aur tumko maja chakhaaun
lahro me shor machaaun
aur tumko maja chakhaaun
main hanste hanste phir bhi
kho kho kho khaanse jaaun
pad jaao painyya more
aur kaho o gore chhore
mat khaans re
mat khaans re
mat khaans re
mat khans re

mere peechhe peechhe aake
o chhore gore gore
mat khaans re
mat khaans re
mat khaans re
mat khaans re

lo padi main tore painyya
lo padi main tore painyya
ab maana mujhko sainyya
maana re maana
ab chhodo meri bainyya
hum ho gaye hum to tore
o chhore gore gore
mat khaans re
mat khaans re
mat khaans re
mat khaans re
ye jhoothh moothh ki khaansi
ab phir na kahna faansi
mat khaans re
mat khaans re
mat khaans re
mat khaans re


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“Annadaata”(1952) was produced by Sheikh Mukhtar and directed by Ismail Memon for Umar Khayyaam Films, Bombay. This social movie had Veena, Ajeet, Kanhaiyalal, N A Ansari, Sankatha Prasad, Shareefa, Nazir Kashmiri, Kamal Mohan, Sheikh, Akhtar, Itar Singh, Neena Maker, Mukri, Sheikh Mukhtar, with Murad in guest appearance.

This obscure movie had eleven obscure songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Annadaata”(1952) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata. Hasrat Jaipuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Md Shafi.

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

With this song, “Annadaata”(1952) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Aaj ki rut hai jawaan (Anndaata)(1952) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Md Shafi

Lyrics

aaj ki rut hai jawaan
dil ke mehmaan yahaan
aaj ki rut hai jawaan
dil ke mehmaan yahaan
aa basa mere khyalon me baharon ka samaa
aaj ki rut hai jawaan
dil ke mehmaan yahaan

jo na toofaan mein
wo jawaani kya hai
jo na deewaana bana de
wo kahaani kya hai
aaj har phool pe hota hai
mujhe dil ka gumaan
aaj har phool pe hota hai
mujhe dil ka gumaan
aaj ki rut hai jawaan
dil ke mehmaan yahaan

bade armaan se sajaaya hai
ye ghar dekho to
haan ji zara dekho to o
muskuraa ke na kahin ek nazar dekho to
maine kadmon mein bicha rakkha hai nazron ka jahaan
maine kadmon mein bicha rakkha hai nazron ka jahaan
aaj ki rut hai jawaan
dil ke mehmaan yahaan

ye jawaani ka nasha
jaa ke nahin aane ka
zindagi naam hai hanste huye lut jaane ka
mere andaaz bhi rakhte hain mohabbat ki jabaan
mere andaaz bhi rakhte hain mohabbat ki jabaan
aaj ki rut hai jawaan
dil ke mehmaan yahaan
aaj ki rut hai jawaan
dil ke mehmaan yahaan


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“Betaab”(1952) was produced and directed by Harbans for Susheel Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Ashok Kumar, Naseem, Motilal, Kamal Kumar, Murad, Mirza Musharraf, Tiwari, Kamal, Nazeer Kashmiri, Agha Mirza, Afghan Sandow, S Kamal, Parvati devi, Meera, Arti etc in it.
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“Kyun Jee”(1952), an extremely obscure movie by now was produced and directed by Nari Ghadiali for Anmol Chitra, Bombay. The movie had Agha, Prakash, Leela Kumari, Urvashi, Bibi, Habib, ali, Manchi Thhoothhi, Sheikh etc in it.
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“Raani”(1952) was directed by L V Prasad for Jupiter Pictures, Madras. The movie had Bhanumati, Anup Kumar, Raja, Wahab Kashmiri etc in it.

This obscure movie had ten obscure songs in it.
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“Zamaane Ki Hawa”(1952) was produced and directed by Wali Sahab for Punjab Film Corporation, Bombay. The movie had Mumtaz Shanti, Suresh, Husn Bano, Pran, Murad, Kesri, Sita Bose, Shakuntala, Neerja, Shareefabai, anjum, Rajni, Kamu, Raja Salim, Raju, Majnu etc in it.
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