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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.

This post celebrates the 1000th song of Majrooh Sultanpuri on our blog.

rok sakta hamen zindaan e balaa kya majrooh
hum to awaaz hain deewaaron se chhan jaate hain

Powerful lines, written while he was in prison – no, not under the British rule; that happened back in 1946-47. This was a second time he was imprisoned c1950-51, under the regime of a free India. A poet with leftist leanings, his progressive writings were considered a threat by the British regime (which is understandable), and also considered a threat by then government of Morarji Desai (in Bombay). A song titled ‘Aman Ka Jhanda’ was sung at a meeting of poor labor class workers in the Parel area. Being the author, and the on stage presenter of this song, drew the ire of the establishment, and arrest warrants were issued in his name. He was arrested after being underground for some time, and sentenced to one year imprisonment. Morarji Desai suggested that he may render an apology for his writings, and he would be a free man. In response, the young revolutionary poet wrote this couplet.

rok sakta hamen zindaan e balaa kya majrooh
hum to awaaz hain deewaaron se chhan jaate hain

No walls of a prison
No tyranny of a jailer
Has the power to bind me
I am the voice (of conscience)
That permeates through
The walls of confinement
[Note: zindaan = jailer]

Remembering Majrooh Sb on the 98th anniversary of his birth today (1st October).

When born in 1919, he was named Asraar ul Hasan Khan. His father, who worked in the Police department, wanted him to have the traditional education, and learn to be a doctor. The young Asraar studied at the traditional Masrasa, and took up Unaani medicine, to become a ‘hakeem’. These are efforts made by the worldly wise in the family, to get the young man settled in life. But the voice of the revolutionary poet turned to be more strong and it was his shaayari that ascended to claim his life to be its own. Influenced and encouraged by the stalwarts of his era, namely Faiz, Majaaz and Jigar Moradabaadi, he found himself to be much more at home in mushairas and gatherings of writers. He came to Bombay to participate in one such gathering of poets. AR Kardar was present at this mushaira. The impressions made led to a meeting between Kardar, Naushad and this young poet. The outcome was the songs of the film ‘Shahjehan’. The rest, as is often said, is history.

The innings lasted for five and a half decades, probably the longest inning by a songwriter in the Hindi film industry. The body of work consists of more than 2300 songs written for almost 350 films over a period of 55 years. Songs that have entertained generation after generation of movie buffs and radio listeners. The longevity and the creativity can be gauged from the popularity of his writings at the two ends of this long 55 year spectrum. At one end of this spectrum are gems like “Yun To Aapas Mein Bigadte Hain Khafaa Hotey Hain” (‘Andaaz’, 1949) and “Sun Sun Sun Sun Zaalima. . .” (‘Aar Paar’, 1954), and at the other end are the contemporary innovative hits like “Baahon Ke Darmiaan. . .” (‘Khamoshi – The Musical’, 1996) and “Ae, Kya Bolti Tu. . . Aati Kya Khandaala” (‘Ghulam’, 1998). And in between these two ends are crammed a couple of thousand popular hit songs across the decades, that cannot be justifiably dealt with in a single article.

Romanticism apart, the writings of Majrooh touch upon the variety of human sentiments, and have carried an attraction that has appealed to generations. His creativity and his touch of the current in-vogue sentimentalism made him a successful partner of four generations of music directors from Naushad and Ghulam Mohammed all the way to Jatin-Lalit and AR Rahman. That is a prowess and a success that probably no other songwriter in the industry can lay a claim to.

For today’s celebration, I have picked this Mukesh – Usha Mangeshkar duet from the 1966 film ‘Mere Lal’. The music is created by the duo of Laxmikant Pyaarelal. Another significant reason to celebrate today’s anniversary is that we are on the 1,000th post of Majrooh Sb’s songs on our blog. Back in 1993, Majrooh Sb became the first songwriter in the film industry to be honored with the coveted Dada Saheb Phalke Award. And today, he becomes the first songwriter to breach the 1000th milestone on our blog.
[Note: Rajinder Krishan is very close, also in the 990s. The next closest is Anand Bakshi, still a little further behind at 875.]

Today’s song is a roadside tamasha song, as we see a roving entertainer with his trained monkey’s act, present a performance to the roadside public. And now we have a film song to go along with it. 🙂 The singing voices are of Mukesh and Usha Mangeshkar. The latter is singing for assistant of the lead performer.

In the video clip, we hear two antaraas. However, the longer more complete song is available as an audio clip only. Also, the Geet Kosh lists this song twice, and apparently, the second reprise of the song in the film is a solo sung by Usha Mangeshkar. This reprise has only one antaraa, which is a repeat of the first antaraa of the main part of this song. The lyrics noted are based on the longer audio version of the song.

I request the more knowledgeable readers to help identify this performer duo who enact this song on screen.

Note: Avinash ji informs us that the young assistant lip syncing the voice of Usha Mangeshkar, is Mahesh Kothare, who was later active in the Marathi film industry as an actor, producer and director.

Video

Audio (Longer)

Song – Jab Tak Ye Sansaar Nachaaye  (Mere Lal) (1966) Singer – Mukesh, Usha Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD – Laxmikant Pyaarelal
Mukesh + Usha Mangeshkar

 

Lyrics (Based on the longer audio version)

Part 1
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin taa thaiya
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin waah bhaiya

jab tak ye sansaar nachaaye
jab tak ye sansaar
jab tak ye sansaar nachaaye
jhoom jhoom kar naache ja
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin taa thaiya
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin waah bhaiya

jab tak ye sansaar nachaaye
jhoom jhoom kar naache ja
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin taa thaiya
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin waah bhaiya

arre waah mere baanke
naacho isi latak se
lachkaayo re qamariya
o zara aur matak ke
jag tujh pe hanse to
chal sar ko jhatak ke
zara aur mazey mein
pyaare thumak thumak ke
sar par topi laal sajaaye
sar par topi laal
sar par topi laal sajaaye
moonch taan kar naache ja
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin taa thaiya
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin waah bhaiya

tauba tera mukhda
haaye teri jawaani
o tera naach jo dekhe
prem nagar ki rani
mar jaaye sun sun ke
teri ghunghroo ki baani
andhi hai ye duniya
teri qadar na jaani
tujhko kya koi aaye na aaye
tujhko kya..aa
tujhko kya koi aaye na aaye
ghunghroo baandh ke naache ja
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin taa thaiya
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin waah bhaiya

arre dekh rukey naa
chaahe bahey paseena
o teri raah takey hai
kahin koi haseena
sapnon mein basar ho
chaahe kai maheena
shiqwa mat kariyo
pyaare yahi hai jeena
jab tak pag betaal na jaaye
jab tak pag betaal
jab tak pag betaal na jaaye
yun hi umar bhar naache ja
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin taa thaiya
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin waah bhaiya

jab tak ye sansaar nachaaye
jab tak ye sansaar
jab tak ye sansaar nachaaye
jhoom jhoom kar naache ja
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin taa thaiya
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin waah bhaiya

Part 2
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin taa thaiya
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin waah bhaiya

jab tak ye sansaar nachaaye
jab tak ye sansaar
jab tak ye sansaar nachaaye
jhoom jhoom kar naache ja
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin taa thaiya
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin waah bhaiya

jab tak ye sansaar nachaaye
jhoom jhoom kar naache ja
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin taa thaiya
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin waah bhaiya

arre waah mere baanke
naacho isi latak se
lachkaayo re qamariya
o zara aur matak ke
jag tujh pe hanse to
chal sar ko jhatak ke
zara aur mazey mein
pyaare thumak thumak ke
sar par topi laal sajaaye
sar par topi laal
sar par topi laal sajaaye
moonch taan kar naache ja
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin taa thaiya
dhaagi na dhinak tin
taagi na tinak dhin
dhaagi na dhinak tin waah bhaiya

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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भाग १
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन ता थइय्या
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन वाह भईय्या

जब तक ये संसार नचाए
जब तक ये संसार
जब तक ये संसार नचाए
झूम झूम के नाचे जा
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन ता थइय्या
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन वाह भईय्या

जब तक ये संसार नचाए
झूम झूम के नाचे जा
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन ता थइय्या
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन वाह भईय्या

अरे वाह मेरे बाँके
नाचो इसी लटक से
लचकायो रे कमरिया
ओ ज़रा और मटक के
जग तुझ पे हँसे तो
चल सर को झटक के
ज़रा और मज़े में
प्यारे ठुमक ठुमक के
सर पर टोपी लाल सजाये
सर पर टोपी लाल
सर पर टोपी लाल सजाये
मूंछ तान कर नाचे जा
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन ता थइय्या
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन वाह भईय्या

तौबा तेरा मुखड़ा
हाए तेरी जवानी
ओ तेरा नाच जो देखे
प्रेम नगर की रानी
मर जाये सुन सुन के
तेरी घुँघरू की बानी
अंधी है ये दुनिया
तेरी कदर ना जानी
तुझको क्या कोई आए ना आए
तुझको क्या
तुझको क्या कोई आए ना आए
घुँघरू बांध कर नाचे जा
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन ता थइय्या
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन वाह भईय्या

अरे देख रुके ना
चाहे बहे पसीना
ओ तेरी राह तके है
कहीं कोई हसीना
सपनों में बसर हो
चाहे कई महीना
शिकवा मत करियो
प्यारे यही है जीना
जब तक पग बेताल ना जाये
जब तक पग बेताल
जब तक पग बेताल ना जाये
यूं ही उमर भर नाचे जा
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन ता थइय्या
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन वाह भईय्या

जब तक ये संसार नचाए
जब तक ये संसार
जब तक ये संसार नचाए
झूम झूम के नाचे जा
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन ता थइय्या
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन वाह भईय्या

भाग २
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन ता थइय्या
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन वाह भईय्या

जब तक ये संसार नचाए
जब तक ये संसार
जब तक ये संसार नचाए
झूम झूम के नाचे जा
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन ता थइय्या
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन वाह भईय्या

जब तक ये संसार नचाए
झूम झूम के नाचे जा
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन ता थइय्या
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन वाह भईय्या

अरे वाह मेरे बाँके
नाचो इसी लटक से
लचकायो रे कमरिया
ओ ज़रा और मटक के
जग तुझ पे हँसे तो
चल सर को झटक के
ज़रा और मज़े में
प्यारे ठुमक ठुमक के
सर पर टोपी लाल सजाये
सर पर टोपी लाल
सर पर टोपी लाल सजाये
मूंछ तान कर नाचे जा
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन ता थइय्या
धागी ना धिनक तिन
तागी ना तिनक धिन
धागी ना धिनक तिन वाह भईय्या

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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.

Feroze Khan – a name that forever spells flamboyance and style. Almost sounding like the Kingdom of the Pathaan. A popular and likeable persona who had to face near disapproval as a leading man, till quite many years into his career. And that too, when he decided to take on the industry on his own terms, and set up his own production house, delivering one hit film after another.

Remembering Feroze Khan on his 78th anniversary of birth today (25th September).

For almost a decade and half of in his early career, his forays into the top grade cinema is to be the understudy – the second lead, the hero’s best friend, the younger brother – always to end up as the runner up by the time the story concludes. Well, in ‘Aadmi Aur Insaan’ (1969), he is shot at and killed while deposing in a court room. A performance, by the way, which got him the year’s Filmfare award as the Best Supporting Male Actor. At a level, this image quite stuck with him for many years. It is almost as if his performance skills are heightened in the face of another skilled and popular opponent. But by himself, the producers at the top line almost as if do not want to gamble with his name.

After about a dozen years of this experience, he sets up his own production house – to deal with the film making world on his own terms now. In an earlier article for the song “Raaton Ki Siyahi Hai. . .”, I have written about his career progression from the late 1950s to his last appearances  in the first decade of the 2000s.

Today, I present this song from the film ‘Tasveer’ from 1966. The film comes from the banner of Wadia Movietone, and is directed by JBH Wadia. As I searched for some details, I locate this very interesting review that our dear Memsaab has published for this film on her website. 🙂 After reading the review, it sounds like a must-see film.

The interesting thing about this film is that it brings together two very ultra long timers in the industry, after a gap of almost quarter of a century. When I saw this co-incidence, I could not believe it myself. DN Madhok has been writing songs in Hindi films since 1932. And C Ramchandra has been on the music direction since late 1930s, early 1940s. These two extremely prolific artists apparently came together only twice before this film. In 1943, they worked together in films ‘Zabaan’ and ‘Bhaktraj’. Then after 23 years, they come together just once again – and that film is ‘Tasveer’ in 1966. And that, after having been contemporaries in the industry for almost three decades.

Both artists are at the closing horizon of their careers. DN Madhok’s name appears just in one more film. Which makes this his second last film. C Ramchandra inning continues, and he goes on to direct the music for another handful of films, two of which are in the decade of 1970s. But nonetheless, it is the closing years for both.

The song is in the voice of Mahendra Kapoor. On screen, a very young and energetic Feroze Khan is serenading his lady love – Kalpana. This one is a typical in-the-grden-around-the-trees song. Feroze Khan, is in his seventh year in the films. Memsaab comments that Feroze Khan is attempting to do a Shammi Kapoor in this film, and, I quote, “. . . he is so FINE, he almost succeeds”. Now that is saying a lot. 😉

So, enjoy this song, and remember this firebrand swashbuckling young pathaan from the 1960s.

 

Song – Tasveer Bhi Dekhi Thi, Aur Inko Bhi Dekha Hai  (Tasveer) (1966) Singer – Mahendra Kapoor, Lyrics – DN Madhok, MD – C Ramchandra

Lyrics

tasveer bhi dekhi thi
aur inko bhi dekha hai
tasveer ajab shai thi
aur ye bhi cheez kya hai
tasveer bhi dekhi thi
aur inko bhi dekha hai

mauka bhi hai fizaayen bhi
ye parbati hawaayen bhi
mauka bhi hai fizaayen bhi
ye parbati hawaayen bhi
aur saath mein ye
ae dil. . .
aur saath mein ye
ae dil kya aur maangta hai
tasveer bhi dekhi thi
aur inko bhi dekha hai
tasveer ajab shai thi
aur ye bhi cheez kya hai
tasveer bhi dekhi thi
aur inko bhi dekha hai

kyon itni mastiyaan bhar lee
aankhon mein kisi ne apni
kyon itni mastiyaan bhar lee
aankhon mein kisi ne apni
wo nazren jhuki rehti hain. . .
wo nazren jhuki rehti hain
jinka ke bol baala hai
tasveer bhi dekhi thi
aur inko bhi dekha hai
tasveer ajab shai thi
aur ye bhi cheez kya hai
tasveer bhi dekhi thi
aur inko bhi dekha hai

aise jo chup hain yun
hum samajh gaye hain kyon
aise jo chup hain yun
hum samajh gaye hain kyon
zulfon ne jhuk ke kaanon mein. . .
zulfon ne jhuk ke kaanon mein
kuchh in se keh diya hai
tasveer bhi dekhi thi
aur inko bhi dekha hai
tasveer ajab shai thi
aur ye bhi cheez kya hai
tasveer bhi dekhi thi
aur inko bhi dekha hai

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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तस्वीर भी देखी थी
और इनको भी देखा है
तस्वीर अजब शै थी
और ये भी चीज़ क्या है
तस्वीर भी देखी थी
और इनको भी देखा है

मौका भी है फिज़ाएँ भी
ये परबती हवाएँ भी
मौका भी है फिज़ाएँ भी
ये परबती हवाएँ भी
और साथ में ये ए दिल॰ ॰ ॰
और साथ में ये ए दिल
क्या और मांगता है
तस्वीर भी देखी थी
और इनको भी देखा है
तस्वीर अजब शै थी
और ये भी चीज़ क्या है
तस्वीर भी देखी थी
और इनको भी देखा है

क्यों इतनी मस्तियाँ भर लीं
आँखों में किसी ने अपनी
क्यों इतनी मस्तियाँ भर लीं
आँखों में किसी ने अपनी
वो नज़रें झुकी रहती हैं॰ ॰ ॰
वो नज़रें झुकी रहती हैं
जिनका के बोल बाला है
तस्वीर भी देखी थी
और इनको भी देखा है
तस्वीर अजब शै थी
और ये भी चीज़ क्या है
तस्वीर भी देखी थी
और इनको भी देखा है

ऐसे जो चुप हैं यूं
हम समझ गए हैं क्यों
ऐसे जो चुप हैं यूं
हम समझ गए हैं क्यों
ज़ुल्फों ने झुक के कानों में॰ ॰ ॰
ज़ुल्फों ने झुक के कानों में
कुछ इनसे कह दिया है
तस्वीर भी देखी थी
और इनको भी देखा है
तस्वीर अजब शै थी
और ये भी चीज़ क्या है
तस्वीर भी देखी थी
और इनको भी देखा है


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Missing Films of 1960s – 34
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Yesterday, 25th July, was the anniversary of passing away of GS Kohli, the music director extraordinaire. He passed away in 1996, in Bombay.

A long time assistant music director to OP Nayyar, he had a short stint as an independent music director in the decade of 1960s. Despite a load of fantastic lilting songs in all his films – songs that became instant hits, very popular in their times, and still continue to be favourites of the lovers of the golden era of Hindi film music – he remained confined to B/C grade stunt films only. He continued to work as OPN’s assistant before, during and after his stint as an independent music director.
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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.

Missing Films of 1960s – 33
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Unbelievable – that this song is still waiting to be posted.

This gem of a song, a forgotten favorite from the radio listening days. Such a lovely and soulful song, a wondrous melody that enhances the poignancy of the emotions contained within the words. And the words – what an ocean of feelings has been captured and bundled, just within the three phrases of the first line itself,

dil liya. . .     gham diya. . .     kya kiya. . .
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“Husn Ka Ghulam” (1966) was directed by Kedar Kapoor for Rainbow Pictures Production, Bombay. The movie had Dara Singh, Nishi, Jamal, Maruti,Madhumati, Niranjan Sharma, Khurshid, Krishna Kumari, Bill Robinson etc in it.
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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.
With this post, the blog now carries 700 songs by Laxmikant Pyaarelal.

The story of Laxmikant Pyaarelal reads like a dream rags-to-riches story. But it is also a story of hard work and persistent effort. Laxmikant, the senior partner in the team, was three years elder to Pyaarelal. Interestingly, both were born on 3rd of the month, Laxmikant in November and Pyaarelal in September. Pyaarelal is the son of the renowned musician Ram Prasad Sharma. Although active in the film industry since the latter part of 1930s, Ram Prasad did some films independently from 1947 to 1950. Not adept with commercial acumen, his financial status was poor most of his life. Pyaarelal, his eldest son, had to start working as a musician in recording studios at the age of 12, to support his family. The story of Laxmikant’s childhood is even more depressing. He was raised in the slums of Vile Parle in Bombay. His father passed away when he was just a toddler. A friend of his father supported him and guided him towards learning music. With time, his talent shone through, and he too started working as a musician in the film industry.

Remembering Laxmikant Shantaram Kudalkar on the 19th anniversary of his passing away today (25th May).
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“Aaye Din Bahaar Ke”(1966) was produced by J Omprakash and directed by Raghunath Jhalani for Filmyug Private Limited. The movie had Dharmendra, Asha Parekh, Naazima, Sulochana Latkar, Raj Mehra, Rajendranath, Balraj Sahni, Sunder, Mubarak, Sabita Chatterjee, Leela Mishra, Dulari, Madhu Apte, Khairati, Sarita Devi, Brahm Bhardwaj, C.S.Dubey, Nazir Kashmiri, Lata Bose etc in it.
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“Naagin aur Sapera” (1966) was directed by Balwant Bhatt for Pramila Productions Bombay. The movie had Manhar Desai, Bela Bose, Padma Chavhan, Sapru, Paro, Rajan Haksar, Raja Nene, Mirza Musharraf, Leela, Shammi, Bhagwan etc in it.
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“Ajnabi”(1966), an obscure movie, unlike its namesake of 1970s starring Rajesh Khanna, was directed by Hari Khanna for Northern India Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Chandrashekhar, Zeb Rehman, Iftekhar, Ratna, Mohan Choti, Niranjan Sharma, Tuntun etc in this movie.
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“Preet Na Jaane Reet”(1966) was produced by H K Ravi and directed by S Bannerji for Moviestan, Bombay. The movie had Shammi Kapoor, B.Saroja Devi, Parveen Chaudhary, Nazir Hussain, Minoo Mumtaz, Randhir, Shammi, Dhumal, Siddhu, Johnny Walker etc in it.
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This blog discusses Bollywood songs of yesteryears. Every song has a brief description, followed by a video link, and complete lyrics of the song.

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