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Blog Day : 3492 Post No. : 14032

“Mumtaz Mahal” (1957) was directed by Ram Daryani for Nigam Films. The movie had Jairaj, Sheela Ramani, Veena, Agha, Umesh, Nazir Kashmiri, GM Durrani, Heera Sawant, Samson, Uma Dutt, Minnie etc in it.

HFGK mentions one song twice and that gives a figure of seven songs for this movie. In reality the movie has only six songs. Five of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here are the details of the songs covered earlier :

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Apna bana ke phir kyun bhulaaya 9714 15-Apr-14
Ae dil e beqaraar dekh 9920 24-Jun-14
Aayi hoon main chamak chaandni 9922 25-Jun-14
Main dil ka saaz bajaata hoon 9939 2-Jul-14
Mere dil jhoom zara 9989 19-Jul-14

A perusal of the details of the songs covered earlier reveals some interesting facts. The first song from the movie was covered on 15 april 2014 and the fifth song from the movie was covered on 19 july 2014, the day of blog’s sixth anniversary when the countdown to the 10kth song in the blog was in its full flow.

All the five songs from “Mumtaz Mahal”(1956) were covered in 2014 and that left only one more song to be covered. Why we did not cover the sixth and final song in that year itself ?

Well, there are many reasons. One reason is that the idea of covering all songs of movies had not yet caught up in the blog by then. Secondly, those days we covered songs as we came across them. Only five songs from the movie were available and they were all covered. In any case, I was no aware about the number of songs that this movie (or for that matter any movie) contained since I did not have access to HFGK till then.

I became a proud possessor of HFGK a few days after the 10kth song in the blog thanks to the generosity of Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh and Sudhir Ji, who gifted me all the five volumes of HFGK on the occasion of this momentous occasion.

Now a days I specifically maintain a list of movies that have only one or two songs left to be covered (by looking up in the HFGK). I keep search for the missing songs. That way I always have a list of YIPPIable movies to chose from.

Coming to “Mumtaz Mahal”(1957), I was under the impression that that two songs from the movie were left to be covered. As mentioned above,, I realised that one of these songs was already covered in the blog (being a duplicate entry), so only one song from the movie remained to be covered.

This missing song, unsurprisingly, was a rare song. Listening to the song made me realise that it is even more rare. For once, it is a solo song sung by Balbir. Now, Balbir has an many as 41 songs in the blog but only one of these songs is a solo song.

I thought that I should cover this song on the occasion of Balbir’s anniversary. When I checked up, I found that hardly any details are available online. I realised that the most comprehensive detail on Balbir is available in this blopg itself, and is in the writeup on the Balbir solo song that was covered in the blog on 19 july 2014 !

That article was written by Sudhir Ji, and there he had mentioned that Balbir was born in 1926 in Amritsar. That article mentions that Balbir sang in around 120 movies in a career spanning four decades (from 1940s till 1970s), but only about a dozen or so of them are solo songs.

The exact day of Balbir’s birth anniversary is not known. In fact, the exact date of his death is not known either. On searching online, I read in an news item that he was murdered by his relatives sometime in 1970s. So sad.

With no date to go by, there is little point holding this rare song back. So here is the sixth and final song from “Mumtaz Mahal”(1957), four years after the other five songs from the movie were covered in the blog.

This song is sung by S Balbir. Pt Priyadarshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Vinod.

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

With this song, “Mumtaz Mahal”(1957) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-So raha jahaan hai (Mumtaz Mahal)(1957) Singer-Balbir, Lyrics-Pt Priyadarshi, MD-Vinod

Lyrics

so raha jahaan hai
jaagti jawaaniyaan
so raha jahaan hai
jaagti jawaaniyaan
dil mein rehne waale sun
dil mein rehne waale sun
dard bhari kahaaniyaan
so raha jahaan hai

baadalon ki god mein
chaand muskura raha
ishq jhoom jhoom aaj
ishq jhoom jhoom aaj
husn ko bula raha aa
dekh lo chakor ko
de raha qurbaaniyaan aan
dil mein rehne waale sun
dard bhari kahaaniyaan
so raha jahaan hai

dolte armaan hain
dhadkanen machal raheen
baar baar har ghadi
baar baar har ghadi
saans thhandi chal rahi ee
pyaase honth maangte
pyaar ki nishaaniyaan
dil mein rehne waale sun
dil mein rehne waale sun
dard bhari kahaaniyaan
so raha jahaan hai

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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सो रहा जहान् है
जागती जवानियाँ
सो रहा जहान् है
जागती जवानियाँ
दिल में रहने वाले सुन
दिल में रहने वाले सुन
दर्द भरी कहानियाँ
सो रहा जहान् है

बादलों की गोद में
चाँद मुस्कुरा रहा
इश्क़ झूम झूम आज
इश्क़ झूम झूम आज
हुस्न को बुला रहा
देख लो चकोर को
दे रहा कुर्बानियाँ’
दिल में रहने वाले सुन
दर्द भरी कहानियाँ
सो रहा जहान् है

डोलते अरमान हैं
धड़कनें मचल रहीं
बार बार हर घड़ी
बार बार हर घड़ी
सांस ठंडी चल रही
प्यासे होंठ मांगते
प्यार की निशानियाँ
दिल में रहने वाले सुन
दिल में रहने वाले सुन
दर्द भरी कहानियाँ
सो रहा जहान् है

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Blog Day : 3491 Post No. : 14027

“Sant Raghu”(1957) was produced by M K Kapadiya and directed by Chandrakant for Kanak Productions, Bombay. This “bhakti pradhan” movie had Nirupa Roy, Anand Kumar, Ulhas, Bipin Gupta, Lalita Pawar, S N Tripathi, Manorama, Babu Raje, Tuntun, Maujoo, Radheshyam, Bhagwan Sinha, R S Dubey, Champak Laala, Sheila Vaz, Rajkumar, Amrit etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it that had the voices of as many as six singers in them.

One song from the movie has been covered in the blog and that song had the voices of Lata and Talat Mehmood. Here is the second song from “Sant Raghu”(1957) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Geeta Dutt.

Bharat Vyas is the lyricist. Music is composed by Avinash Vyas.

The song is about a lady missing her beloved in a moonlit light. So it is a “missing the beloved” as well as a “chaayaageet” genre of song, which is best sung and heard at night time. That is why the writeup of this song is being posted at chhaayaageet time. 🙂

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


Song-Neel gagan mein chanda chamke (Sant Raghu)(1957) Singer-Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-Avinash Vyas

Lyrics

aaja re ae
ab to aa jaa aa
mera dil
tere dil ko pukaare
dil se dil ko milaa jaa

neel gagan mein chanda chamke
rut aayi singaar ki
sapan suhaana tod na jaana
kasam tumhen mere pyaar ki ee
kasam tumhen mere pyaar ki

chhail chhabeeli
rut rangeeli
ham ko kare ishaare
chhail chhabeeli
rut rangeeli
ham ko kare ishaare
aaj miley to kabhi na bichhde
kabhi na howe nyaare
ankhiyaan phhadke
jiyara dhhadke
beete na raat bahaar ki
sapan suhaana tod na jaana
kasam tumhen mere pyaar ki ee
kasam tumhen mere pyaar ki

ik dil tera
ik dil mera
aur ye samaa suhaana
ik dil tera
ik dil mera
aur ye samaa suhaana
tera dil hai shama ki lau to
mera dil parwaana
gup chup rehna
kuchh nahin kehna
nazar lage na sansaar ki
sapan suhaana tod na jaana
kasam tumhen mere pyaar ki ee
kasam tumhen mere pyaar ki


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Blog Day : 3489 Post No. : 14015

“Sheroo” (1957) was directed by Shakti Samanta for S P Pictures production, Bombay. The movie had Ashok Kumar, Nalini Jaiwant, Anoop Kumar, Madan Puri, Chaman Puri, Om Prakash, Leela Mishra, Shyam Kumar, Krishn Kant, Rashid Khan etc in it.

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

Here is the sixth song from “Sheroo” (1957) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Rafi. Kaif Irfani is the lyricist. Music is composed by Madan Mohan.

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


Song-Arre ho ban thhan ke aaya tere dwaare…aaya karke bhes niraala (Sheroo)(1957) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Kaif Irfani, MD-Madan Mohan

Lyrics

arre ho o
ban thhan kar aaya tere dwaare
gori ee ee
ik man basiyaa aa aa
ho tera rasiya

aaya karke bhes niraala
le ke kaandhe pe doshaala
tere pyaar ka hai ye maara
tere darshan ka matwaala
aaya karke bhes nirala
le ke kaandhe pe doshaala
tere pyaar ka hai ye maara
tere darshan ka matwaala
aaya karke bhes niraala

koi aaya tere dwaare
leke chaand sitaare
gori ab to samajh le
kisi ke ye ishaare
ha ha
haan
koi aaya tere dwaare
leke chaand sitaare
gori ab to samajh le
kisi ke ye ishaare
sar pe jeet ka sehra
gale phoolon ki hai maala
tere pyaar ka hai ye maara
tere darshan ka matwaala
aaya karke bhes niraala

ho aaya door se chal ke(?) teri nagri
tera saajan albela
laaya sang khushi ka mela
ho bhaag jagaane aaya
tujh se preet nibhaane aaya
o sun le tujhko
pyaar mein doobe geet sunaane aaya
hai ye raagi bada niraala
tere naam ki japta maala
tere pyaar ka hai ye maara
tere darshan ka matwaala
aaya karke bhes niraala
aa ha

tujhe jiski hai aas
aaya wo hi tere paass
zara naina to mila le
bujhe nazron ki pyaas
o tujhe jiski hai aas
aaya wo hi tere paas
zara naina to mila le
bujhe nazron ki pyaas
aaya leke dil ki jholi
maange preet ka ujaala
tere pyaar ka hai ye maara
tere darshan ka matwaala
aaya karke bhes niraala
ha ha ha aa


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 : 3467 Post No. : 13918

Today’s song is from film ‘Sheroo’ (1957).

The lead pair in this film was Ashok kumar and Nalini Jayawant. This was quite a popular pair in the 1950s decade. They did 11 films together. Their association started from film ‘Sangram’ (1950) and the last time they came together was after 16 years, in film ‘Toofan Mein Pyar Kahaan’ (1966). In Bombay, their bungalows were in Union Park, Chembur, opposite to each others. Saadat Hasan Manto, in one of his books mentions about their mutual attraction and a failed plan to elope and marry.

Once a pair is successful, our Indian producers, try to repeat them in their films. Ashok kumar worked with a total of about 30 Heroines in his career. He was paired with Madhubala in 5 films, With Devika Rani in 8 films and with Leela Chitnis in 9 films. His record is 21 films with Nirupa Roy – from film ‘Bhai Bhai’ (1956) to ‘Dana Pani’ (1989), a whopping period of 33 years. In his times, he probably created a record of sorts.

Ashok Kumar (13-10-1911 to 10-12-2001) was a lucky actor. He did not have to struggle to become a hero. In fact, he started his career in film ‘Jeevan Naiya’ (1936) as a hero itself. He reigned the film industry as a hero from 1936 to 1960, a long period of 24 years. It was from film ‘Kanoon’ (1960) that he switched over to character roles. He worked in 310 films. Though he was in his early and late 40’s, he was a much sought after Hero even in the 1950’s decade. In this decade (from 1950 to 1959), he worked as a hero in 56 film- an average of almost 6 films an year ! In the years 1952 and 1958 he did 9 films in one year. Even as a character artiste, in 1962, he did 9 films.

Film ‘Sheroo’ was produced by SP Pictures, which was a pair of Sant Ram and Pachhi. Ram Prakash ‘Pachhi’ was the younger brother of (Bakshi) Om Prakash (Chibbar) the comedian.

Like his illustrious brother Om Prakash, Ram Prakash was also jovial by nature and had a similar sense of humour. But he had no ambition to become a comedian in Hindi movies. At the same time, Ram Prakash ‘Pachhi’ was in love of Hindi movies and wanted to become a film producer and to be master of his own destiny. One of his friends, Sant Singh, was doing well as a successful art director , who also nurtured the same ambition. They formed a film company PS Pictures and started from scratch by producing ‘Mr. Chakram’ in 1956. The film was directed by SP Bakshi and had music by Husn Lal Bhagat Ram. Bewitching Shyama (may God bless her soul) was the heroine. Next year Pachhi & Sant Singh signed an upcoming director Shakti Samant for their next movie, a crime caper ‘Sheroo’. After the grand success of his maiden directorial venture, ‘Bahu’, Shakti Samant was already signed by Nadiadwalas for two movies i.e. ‘Inspector’ and ‘Hill Station’. After the release of ‘Sheroo’, Pachhi helped Shakti Samant to become a producer and in 1958, he produced and directed the highly successful ‘Howrah Bridge’. His elder brother directed ‘Kanhaiyya’ in 1959 for PS Pictures, which had Raj Kapoor and Nutan, the hit pair of ‘Anari’ (1959) and its music was by Shankar Jaikishan. Financial result of the movie was depressing, as the movie had illogical story.

In 1960, Sant Singh & Pachhi again engaged Shakti Samant for their movie ‘Jaali Note’. They signed OP Nayyar as the music director and the beautiful pair of Dev Anand and Madhubala . Encouraged with the positive response and success of the movie, the producers duo announced a crime movie ‘Hong Kong’ (1962), in colour. This film was to be directed by Shakti Samant with the super hit pair of ‘Howrah Bridge’ Madhubala and Ashok Kumar, along with king of rhythm OP Nayyar. It was decided to shoot the crime movie, at the exotic locales of South East Asia like Singapore, Bangkok, Rangoon & Hong Kong. Pachhi got a jolt when Madhubala opted out from the project due to her ill health and subsequently Shakti Samant also declined to be associated with the venture. Discouraged by the turn of events, Pachhi decided to tackle the problem by taking the bull by the horns and made up his mind to direct the movie himself. He brought the ‘Sasural’ fame Kannada actress B Saroja Devi on board as heroine. It was the last movie (released in 1962) which was made by two friends Sardar Sant Singh and Ram Prakash Pachhi. After this film they mutually decided to end their partnership. Now Pachhi was alone, dejected, but determined to go ahead. He produced a path breaking film which in its time was miles ahead of all Hindi movies and was shot at foreign locales around the planet – ‘Around The World’ (1967). The film turned out to be a debacle.

In 1974, Pachhi produced and directed ‘International Crook’. He got a shock of his life, when censor board suggested many major cuts, after viewing his big budget film. He approached the Appellate Tribunal to seek justice. The Appellate Tribunal, instead of granting relief, objected to the story itself and banned the movie altogether. The fact of the matter was, in his capacity as the president of the Indian Motion Picture Producers Association (IMPPA), he had many face-off’s with the authorities, in the past, for the legitimate causes of film industry. Now it was the payback time for the authorities in power. They harassed him, although the movie had nothing objectionable. It had an escapist story, with usual blending of romance, dance & music. It was shot at various location around the world. Pachhi was heartbroken, but somehow he re-shot some portion, omitted most of the shots & presented again to censor. Censor gave him certificate with A stamp, which was as good as killing half the movie. The final print had lot of continuity jumps & was inconclusive, despite the patch works. The opening of the movie at theatres was worse than the worst, which left Pachhi inconsolable .

Perhaps, it was the destiny. His elder brother Om Prakash had faced it with ‘Jahan Ara’ (1964), and his eldest brother Bakshi Jang Bahadur with ‘Tipu Sultan’ (1959). Pachhi after a while decided to start from the scratch and made ‘Eent Ka Jawab Pathar’, with small star cast and controlled budget. The only luxury, he allowed himself was that he signed Shankar Jaikishan again for music and shot the movie in Vista Vision. The movie was released in 1982 and sadly like a defeated gambler, Pachhi lost once again. Bakhshi Jang Bahadur had already gone and Pachhi also passed away soon after. It was a big shock for Om Prakash, who lost his wife after some time. Pachhi was a jolly and energetic fellow, who regaled his audience by showing exciting foreign locations. He will be remembered for his occasional appearances as a jolly natured person in various movies, and also as a visionary. He is the one who introduced 70 mm format first time in the Indian film industry.
[Note: The above bio sketch is based on material received from Shri MN Sardana.]

The cast of the film was Ashok Kumar,  Nalini Jayawant, Anup kumar, Madan Puri, Chaman Puri, Om Prakash, Leela Mishra, Shyam Kumar,  Krishna Kant etc etc. The name of Krishna Kant or KK is known to many people. Krishnakant (15-9-1922 to 24-10-2016) was a noted character actor of long standing. His career spanned from 1943 to 1989, a whopping 46 years. After retirement he had settled in Surat, Gujarat.  His life story has been made into a Gujarati book ‘Guzara Hua Zamana’ written by the famous author Shri Biren Kothari ji. He has gifted me a copy of this book. Reading this book takes you into those times. KK had a knack of telling the history in an interesting way, with lot many photographs. Till the last day (94 years) his memory was excellent. During my visit to Surat in early 2016, I could not meet him, due to paucity of time. This will pinch me forever. Our Sudhir ji and Bakshish Singh ji have met him.

Krishnakant acted in 109 Hindi, 16 Gujarati, 2 Bangla and 2 English movies. He has also directed 2 Hindi and 13 Gujarati films. In addition, he was active on TV in his later years. He acted in 8 Hindi and 6 Gujarati serials and directed 3 Hindi serials. He also acted in 1 Hindi and 7 Gujarati stage dramas. Here is his short bio sketch,

Krishnakant (15-9-1922 to 24-10-2016)

Gujarati and Hindi actor and director born in Howrah, Bengal, as Krishnakant Maganlal Bukhanwala. Son of a textile engineer; educated in Surat and in Bombay. Obtained a diploma in radio and electrical engineering (1940); then joined the Rooptara Studio in Bombay, working in the sound department. Assisted Nitin Bose for five years, then worked with Aravind Sen on ‘Muqaddar’ (also acting in it) and with Subodh Mukherjee (‘Paying Guest’, 1957). First major acting role in Phani Majumdar’s ‘Andolan’; other notable roles are a paralytic in Amiya Chakravarty’s ‘Patita’ and the villain in Shakti Samant’s ‘Detective’. Left films in the late 1950s to concentrate on Gujarati theatre work (e.g. Pravin Joshi’s Manas Name Karigar) mainly with Harkrishen Mehta’s group. Returned to cinema in the early 70s; turned to direction with Dakurani Ganga, adapting Mehta’s novel Pravaha Paltavyo. Directed a series of Gujarati films based on plays or films from other languages: e.g. Visamo based on Harkrishen Mehta’s play, in which he acted the role of an old teacher, recalling Paranjpe’s Oon Paoos (1954) and Panthulu’s School Master (1958). Also adapted Anant Mane’s Manini (1961) as Maa Dikri. With these films he introduced a novel style of urban entertainment to Gujarati cinema, although relying on conventional reformist melodrama plots about the joint family, the generation gap and the exploitation of women. Also noted actor on Hindi and Gujarati television.

FILMOGRAPHY (* also d): 1943: Paraya Dhan; 1950: Chor, Muqaddar; Mashaal; 1951: Andolan; 1952: Daag; Tamasha; Zalzala; 1953: Patita; 1954: Baadbaan; Dhobi Doctor; Naukri; 1955: Faraar; Subse Bada Rupaiya; Ghar Ghar Mein Diwali; Seema; 1956: Sailaab; Jagte Raho; Patrani; Sudarshan Chakra; Dhola Maru; 1957: Agra Road; Bandi; Begunah; Hum Panchhi Ek Dal Ke; Yahudi Ki Ladki; Bhabhi; 1958: Ghar Sansar; Detective; Howrah Bridge; Mehndi; Parvarish; Post Box 999; Delhi Ka Thug; 1959: Insaan Jaag Utha; Satta Bazaar; Madhu; Ghar Ghar Ki Baat; Jaalsaaz; 1960: Jaali Note; 1961: Tanhaai; 1963: Jivno Jugari; Vanraj Chavdo; 1969: Do Raaste; Kanku; 1971: Duniya Kya Jaane; Hathi Mere Saathi; Pyar Ki Kahani; Sharmilee; Paraya Dhan; 1972: Mere Jeevan Saathi; Do Chor; Annadata; Gunsundari No Ghar Sansar; 1973: Gaai Aur Gori; Suraj Aur Chanda; Mr Romeo; Manchali; 1974: Parinay; Ajnabi; Trimurti; Vardan; Aarop; 1975: Anari; Kala Sona; Sant Surdas; 1976: Deewangee; Koi Jeeta Koi Haara; Sajjo Rani; Dakurani Ganga*; 1977: Jagriti; Kulavadhu*; 1978: Khoon Ki Pukar; Visamo*; Maa Dikri*; Ghar Sansar*; 1979: Sonba Ane Rupba*; 1980: Maniyaro*; Meru Mulande*; Jog Sanjog*; 1981: Hotel; 1982: Prem Lagna*; Dharmo*; Jawabdaar*; 1983: Main Awara Hoon; Poojana Phool; 1986: Teesra Kinara*; Chhota Admi*; 1988: Kharidar.

(Adapted from Encyclopedia of Indian Cinema)

‘Sheroo’ is about a soldier of second world war who returns to his town for a peaceful retired life. Instead he has to deal with the Government babus and various rules. For a soldier, this indiscipline, corruption and lethargy was beyond tolerance. He is sad when his mother dies and very furious when his  wife is kidnapped by villains of the town. Frustrated Sheroo resorts to his gun to solve the problem.

I remember having seen a film of Nana Patekar. The film was ‘Prahar’ (1991). The story has similarity except the end. After 35 years Hindi cinema had become more direct and the end of these two films having similar content was entirely different. Instead of subtle and suggestive results, Nana Patekar is shown to punish the enemies of the society with death penalty, unlike the ‘Sheroo’ of 1957. This also reflects our modern society thinking.

The music is by Madan Mohan and he has given some wonderful songs. The top 2 songs, one by Rafi (“O Mati Ke Putle, Itna Na Kar Tu Gumaan”) and the other by Lata (“Naino Mein Pyar Doley, Dil Ka Qaraar Doley”) are already discussed. Today’s song, byManna Dey is the third top song. This is the 5th song from Sheroo to be discussed here. Enjoy this melodious classical based bhajan. . .


Song – Prabhu Dwaar Chali Prabhu Ki Daasi (Sheroo) (1957) Singer – Manna Dey, Lyrics – Kaif Irfani – Madan Mohan
Unidentified Male Voice

Lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)

parbhu dawar chali parbhu ki dasi
ek aas liye ek pyaas liye
parbhu dawar chali parbhu ki dasi
ek aas liye ek pyaas liye
parbhu dawar chali

muskaan ke phool sajaaye huye
naino ke deep jalaaye huye
muskaan ke phool sajaaye huye
naino ke deep jalaaye huye
nikli preetam ke rijhane ko
man me apne visvaas liye

parbhu dawar chali parbhu ki dasi
ek aas liye ek pyaas liye
parbhu dawar chali

(taal)

(taal and dance steps)

tero naam onkaar
gaawat sab baar baar
tero naam onkaar
gaawat sab baar baar
laaj meri tere haath
jagat ke khiwaiyyaa

(taal)

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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प्रभु द्वार चली प्रभु की दासी
एक आस लिए एक प्यास लिए
प्रभु द्वार चली प्रभु की दासी
एक आस लिए एक प्यास लिए
प्रभु द्वार चली

मुस्कान के फूल सजाये हुये
नैनों के दीप जलाए हुये
मुस्कान के फूल सजाये हुये
नैनों के दीप जलाए हुये
निकली प्रीतम के रिझाने को
मन में अपने विश्वास लिए
प्रभु द्वार चली प्रभु की दासी
एक आस लिए एक प्यास लिए
प्रभु द्वार चली

(ताल)

(ताल एवं नृत्य भाव)

तेरो नाम ओंकार
गावात सब बार बार
तेरो नाम ओंकार
गावात सब बार बार
लाज मेरी तेरे हाथ
जगत के खिवैया

(ताल)

 


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“Qaidi”(1957) was produced by F C Mehra and directed by Mohammad Hussain for Eagle Films, Bombay. The movie had Padmini, Suresh, Agha, Anwar, Kumar, Kamal Mehra, Helen, Leela, Raagini, Rajan Kapoor, Amrit Rana, Tuntun, Munshi Munaqqa, Agha Miraz, Nazeera, Rafiq, Sattar etc with Johny Walker, Shyam Sundar and Randhir as guest artists in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. Four of these songs have been covered in the blog.

Here is the fifth song from “Qaidi”(1957) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Jaan Nisaar Akhtar is the lyricist. Music is composed by O P Nayyar.

Only the audio of this song is available. In O P Nayyar movies, Asha Bhonsle tended to sing for all female characters of the movie, so it is difficult to guess who lip synced this song on the screen. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.

This song is only the 17th O P Nayyar composition covered in the blog in the year 2017. But then this is the 568th O P Nayyar composition in the blog and we now have only 115 odd of his compositions yet to be covered.


Song-O sainyya jaa jaa jaa jaa jaa(Qaidi)(1957) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Jaan Nisaar Akhtar, MD-O P Nayyar

Lyrics

O sainya ja ja ja ja ja
ja main teri baat kabhi
na maanoo balma ja
chale na ek bahaana
mera to aaj zamaana
o sainya ja ja ja ja ja
o sainya ja ja ja ja ja
ja main teri baat kabhi na maanoon balma ja
chale na ek bahaana
mera to aaj zamaana
o sainya ja ja ja ja ja

dekh ke mere gaal ye gorey
dil pe mere daal na dorey
dekh ke mere gaal ye gorey
dil pe mere daal na dorey
mujhe na dekh lubhaana
bana na haaye deewaana
mujhe na dekh lubhaana
bana na haaye deewaana
o sainya ja ja ja ja ja
o sainya ja ja ja ja
ja main teri baat kabhi na maanoon balma ja
chale na ek bahaana
mera to aaj zamaana
o sainya ja ja ja ja ja

meri adaayen rang rangeeli
honth raseele aankh nasheeli
meri adaayen rang rangeeli
honth raseele aankh nasheeli
aji main ek khazaana
mujhe na haath lagaana
aji main ek khazaana
mujhe na haath lagaana
o sainya ja ja ja ja ja
o sainya ja ja ja ja
ja main teri baat kabhi na maanoon balma ja
chale na ek bahaana
mera to aaj zamaana
o sainya ja ja ja ja ja

tere iraade jaan gayi main
teri nazar pehchaan gayi main
tere iraade jaan gayi main
teri nazar pehchaan gayi main
mujhe na dekh phansaana
meri na aas lagaana
mujhe na dekh phansaana
meri na aas lagaana
o sainya ja ja ja ja ja


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“Alladin Laila”(1957) was produced by Mulkraj Bhakri and directed by Lekhraj Bhakri for Golden Movies, Bombay. This “imaginary” (kaalpnik) movie had Shakila, Mahipal, Heeralal, Maruti, Niranjan Sharma, Kammo, Krishna Kumari, Lalita Pawar, Sadiq, Nadir Mota, Tuntun, Kesri, Naazi, Kanchanmala, Saleem, Seemaab etc in it.

This movie had eight songs in it. One song has been covered in the past some si years ago.

Here is the second song from “Alladin Laila”(1957) to appear in the blog. This rare song is sung by Talat Mehmood and Sudha Malhotra, Kaif Irfani is the lyricist. Music is composed by A R qureshy.

Only 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 word (or more) right in the lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable.


Song-Ae gardish e zamaana kab tak ye gham sahenge(Alladin Laila)(1957) Singers-Talat Mehmood, Sudha Malhotra, Lyrics-Kaif Irfani, MD-A R Qureshy

Lyrics

ae gardish e zamaana
kab tak ye gham sahenge ae
ae gardish e zamaana
kab tak ye gham sahenge
wo din nahin rahe to o
wo din nahin rahe to
ye bhi nahin rahenge ae

ae gardish e zamaana
kab tak ye gham sahenge

ab kya bachegi duniya
ab hoga kya savera
kuchh soojhta nahin hai
chhaaya hai wo andhera
maayoos ho naa itna
hone ko hai savera aa
allah to le raha hai
yeh imtihaan tera
maalik pe rakh bharosa aa
maalik pe rakh bharosa
yeh tujhse hum kahenge ae
ae gardish e zamaana
kab tak ye gham sahenge

ab ek pal bhi jeena
mujhko nahin gawaara
ae maut tu kahaan hai
ab de mujhe sahaara
himmat se kaam le tu
aahen naa bhar khudaara
yeh keh raha hai tujhse
rahmat kaa ik ishaara
sab door hogi mushqil
sab door hogi mushqil
yeh din nahin rahenge

ae gardish e zamaana
kab tak ye gham sahenge
wo bhi nahin rahe to
ye bhi nahin rahenge

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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ए गर्दिश ए ज़माना
कब तक ये ग़म सहेंगे
ए गर्दिश ए ज़माना
कब तक ये ग़म सहेंगे
वो दिन नहीं रहे तो
वो दिन नहीं रहे तो
ये भी नहीं रहेंगे
ए गर्दिश ए ज़माना
कब तक ये ग़म सहेंगे

अब क्या बचेगी दुनिया
अब होगा क्या सवेरा
कुछ सूझता नहीं है
छाया है वो अंधेरा
मायूस हो ना इतना
होने को है सवेरा
अल्लाह तो ले रहा है
ये इम्तिहान तेरा
मालिक पे रख भरोसा
मालिक पे रख भरोसा
ये तुझ से हम कहेंगे
ए गर्दिश ए ज़माना
कब तक ये ग़म सहेंगे

अब एक पल भी जीना
मुझको नहीं गवारा
ए मौत तू कहाँ है
अब दे मुझे सहारा
हिम्मत से काम ले तू
आहें ना भर खुदारा
ये कह रहा है तुझसे
रहमत के इक इशारा
सब दूर होगी मुश्किल
सब दूर होगी मुश्किल
ये दिन नहीं रहेंगे
ए गर्दिश ए ज़माना
कब तक ये ग़म सहेंगे
वो भी नहीं रहे तो
ये भी नहीं रहेंगे


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.

“Dushman”(1957) was directed by Raj Rishi for Kwatra Art Productios, Bombay. The movie had Dev Anand, Usha Kiran, Radhakishan, Kumkum, Prabhu Dayal, Master Romi, Manju, Minu Mumtaz, Chaad Burque, Panditjee, Manjeet, Raja Kapoor, Nagpal, Jerry, Ravikant, Jagdeesh Kamal, Nadir, S Gautam, Prakash Dutt, Sharma, Chadrakant etc in it.
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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.

The song under discussion today is from film ‘Sharada’, one of the hit films of 1957. What a year 1957 was ! In the Golden Era of the Hindi Film Music, the year 1957 would go down as the best year, which provided everlasting songs from musical films. The deluge of excellent songs was such that music lovers not only enjoyed the heavy downpour, but loved every piece of Music.
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This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

“Duniya Rang Rangeeli” (1957) was produced and directed by M Sadiq for Sadiq Production, Bombay. The movie had Johnny Walker, Chand Usmani, Shyama, Rajendra Kumar, Jeevan, Amar, S N Banerjee etc in it.
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This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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.

I have in one of my earlier posts mentioned this that music lovers like me always have songs playing in their mind. Or some incidents/memories will always bring some song to mind (that is what I think). For me many things / situations time to time bring me to some song, or it will remind me of some song that I would have listened earlier may be years before or a song which is lying dormant in my memory.
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