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Blog Day : 4204 Post No. : 15391

“Teen Bahuraaniyaan”(1968) was directed by S S Wasan and S S Balan for Gemini Combines, Madras. The movie had Dhumal, Prithviraj Kapoor, Rajendranath, Shashikala, Jankidas, Kanchana, Agha, Kanhaiyalal, Vaishali, Niranjan Sharma, Farida, Jayanthi, Lalita Pawar, Ramesh Deo, Jagdeep etc in it.

As can be expected, this was a Madrasi Chandamama kind of story where a combined family consisting of three songs, their daughters and children live together happily and peacefully alongwith the parents. 🙂 It was called a “social” movie. One may as well call it a fantasy fairytaled movie. 🙂

The movie had five songs in it. Two songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Teen Bahuraaniyaan”(1968) to appear in the blog. The song is picturised on the three ladies playing the three daughter’s in law. The song is sung by three Mangeskhar sisdters, viz Lata, Asha Bhonsle and Usha Mangeshkar. This is one of those special cases when three sisters have figures in a song.

Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji. Lyrics for this song are provided by Nitin ji.

I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify the actors seen in the picturisation.

PS-Our knowledgeable reader Dr Subramanian S informs us that the three actresses seen in the picturisation are Sowkar Janaki, Kanchana and Jayanti.


Song-Hamre aangan bagiya (Teen Bahuraaniyaan)(1968) Singers-Lata, Asha Bhonsle, Usha Mangeshkar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics (Provided by Nitin Shah)

hamre aangan bagiya
bagiya mein do panchchi
hamre aangan bagiya
bagiya mein do panchchi
hoye panchchi ud na jaaye dekhna
panchchi ud na jaaye
hamre aangan bagiya
bagiya mein do panchchi
hoye panchchi ud na jaaye dekhna
panchchi ud na jaaye
hamre aangan bagiya

o o o
o o o
o o o
o o o
o o o
o o o
o o o
o o o
pehla panchchi pyaar hai
is pyaar se kariyo pyaar
is pyaar se kariyo pyaar
pehla panchchi pyaar hai
is pyaar se kariyo pyaar
is pyaar se kariyo pyaar
pyaar na ho to soona soona
pyaar na ho to soona soona
laage ye sansaar sakhi ri
hamre aangan bagiya
bagiya mein do panchchi
hoye panchchi ud na jaye dekhns
panchchi ud na jsaye
hamre aangan bagiya

hamre man ki shaanti
dooje panchchi ka naam
dooje panchchi ka naam
hamre man ki shaanti
dooje panchchi ka naam
dooje panchchi ka naam
is bin ye ghar aise jaise
is bin ye ghar aise jaise
mandir bin ghanshyaam sakhi ri
hamre aangan bagiya
bagiya mein do panchchi
hoye panchchi ud na jaaye dekhna
panchchi ud na jaaye
hamre aangan bagiya


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Blog Day : 4201 Post No. : 15386

I wonder if regulars of this blog notice the contents of the box that appears at the beginning of each writeup. It shows the day number of the blog as well as the post number. In case the movie makes its debut with the song then the movie number of this movie in the blog is also mentioned.

Yesterday (17 january 2020) was the 4200th day for the blog. It would seem that this occasion (described by me as artificial landmark 🙂 ) passed off unnoticed.

I began to take notice of this kind of century sometime in 2017. From then onwards I have been noticing it regularly. Noticing this event has been made easier because the day number accompanies each post now a days. this practice was started from 1 january 2018 at the initiative of Sudhir Jee and it has become a regular practice since then.

At the end of 4200th day, the blog had 15385 writeups ! It means that the blog has been going on at an average of 3.66 posts a day for last 4200 days, beginning from 19 july 2008 (day ONE).

At some time in the past, the blog was going on at 4.66 posts in a day !

Out of these 4200 days, there were 223 days when there were no posts. We describe such days as DOT days for the blog, like how there are DOT balls in cricket. Apart from these DOT days, all other days have seen at least ONE post, and often many more. During the more productive days of the blog (2010 to 2013) The highest number of posts in a day has been THIRTEEN !

Here is the breakup of these 4200 days.

Songs in a day Number of occurrences Remarks
NIL Songs posted in a day 223 61 Dot days in 2010
One Song posted in a day 704 221 such occurrences in 2019
Two Songs posted in a day 647 109 such occurrences in 2019
Three Songs posted in a day 558 100 such occurrences in 2017
Four Songs posted in a day 544 89 such occurrences in 2017
Five Songs posted in a day 377 60 such occurrences in 2012
Six Songs posted in a day 681 166 such occurrences in 2009
Seven Songs posted in a day 278 56 such occurrences in 2013
Eight Songs posted in a day 119 39 such occurrences in 2012
Nine Songs posted in a day 42 18 such occurrences in 2012
Ten Songs posted in a day 18 8 such occurrences in 2012
Eleven Songs posted in a day 1 1 such occurrence in 16 august 2012
Twelve Songs posted in a day 6 4 such occurrences in 2011
Thirteen Songs posted in a day 2 on 25 october 2011 and 6 september 2012

On this occasion, when the blog has just completed a special landmark, here is a landmark song. Like the landmark of 4200 days for the blog, this song too marks a special landmark in the history of HFM.

Before I reveal what is that special landmark, let us see the details of this song. This song is from “Paayal Ki Jhankaar”(1968). This movie was directed by M V Raman for Filmistan. The movie had Kishore Kumar, Jyoti Laxmi, Rajshree (South), Dhumal, Moppet Raja, Baby Farida, Master Shahid, P Kailash, Rajendra, Sulochana Chatterjee, Rehman etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. One song has been covered in the blog.

One song from the movie was penned by Qamar Jalalabadi and the remaining five songs were penned by Rajinder Krishan. Rajinder Krishan had also written the story, screenplay and dialogue of this movie.

This movie had music by C Ramchandra. It was the 33rd and last movie when Rajinder Krishan and C Ramchandra came together to create songs in HFM. They came together for the first time in 1949 when they created some magical numbers in “Patanga”. Later, they worked together in such musical blockbusters as “Samadhi”(1950), “Albela”(1951), “Anarkali”(1953), “Jhaanjhar”(1953), “Jhamela”(1953), “Pahli Jhalak”(1954), “Azaad”(1955), “Shatranj”(1956), “Asha”(1957), “Baarish”(1957), “Amardeep”(1958) etc.

All the 33 movies where C Ramchandra and Rajinder Krishan worked together, there were a few songs that were sung by Lata Mangeshkar.

This movie “Paayal Ki Jhankaar” (1968) had ONE song by Lata Mangeshkar. It was the last occasion when Lata Mangeshkar sang for C Ramchandra.

So one can say that “Paayal Ki Jhankaar”(1968) was the last time when Lata, Rajinder Krishan and C Ramchandra came together.

Here is this “special” song from “Paayal Ki Jhankaar”(1968). Lyrics for this song are provided by Nitin ji.

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


Song-Tu aaye na aaye magar jaanewaale (Paayal Ki Jhankaar)(1968) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-C Ramchandra

Lyrics (Provided by Nitin Shah)

tu aaye na aaye
magar jaane waale
aaye na aaye
magar jaane waale
teri yaad aake rulaaya karegi
rulaaya karegi
jo dekhegi rota hai koi akela
dekhegi rota hai koi akela
to khud bhi wo aansu bahaaya karegi
bahaya karegi
aaye na aaye

jidhar se gaya tu wo raahen hamesha
jidhar se gaya tu wo raahen hamesha
tarasti rahengi teri vaapsi ko
tarasti rahengi teri vaapsi ko
udhar se hava bhi jo aaya karegi
udhar se hava bhi jo aaya karegi
tera naam leke sataaya karegi
sataaya karegi
tu aaye na aaye
magar jaane waale
aaye na aaye
magar jaane waale
teri yaad aake rulaaya karegi
rulaaya karegi
aaye na aaye

jo raaton ko taare poochhenge mujhse
raato ko taare poochhenge mujhse
bata tu bhi kyo raat bhar jaagti hai
bata tu bhi kyo raat bhar jaagti hai
kahoongi meri neend bas mein nahin hai
ye birhan bahaane banaya karegi
banaya karegi
aaye na aaye
magar jaane waale
aaye na aaye
magar jaane waale
teri yaad aake rulaaya karegi
rulaaya karegi
aaye na aaye

jahaan meri aankhon ka paani girega
jaha meri aankhon ka paani girega
teri yaad ke phool khilte rahenge
teri yaad ke phool khilte rahenge
savere savere jo aayegi shabnam
savere savere jo aayegi shabnam
to dil thhaam kar laut jaaya karegi
jaaya karegi
tu aaye na aaye
magar jaane waale
aaye na aaye
magar jaane waale
teri yaad aake rulaaya karegi
rulaaya karegi
aaye na aaye


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Blog Day : 4173 Post No. : 15347

“Man Ka Meet” (1968) was produced by Sunil Dutt and directed by A Subba Rao for Ajanta Arts Production, Bombay. The movie had Som Dutt, Leena Chandavarkar, Vinod Khanna, Om Prakash, Rajendra Nath, Anwar, Jeevan, Achala Sachdev, Sandhya Rani etc in it.

The movie, which was used as a launch vehicle for Som Dutt (brother of Sunil Dutt), instead helped launch the career of Vinod Khanna, who was another debutant, who played the villain in the movie.

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

Here is the second song from “Man Ka Meet” (1968) to appear in the blog. This song is a get together dance performance song. The picturisatin shows Som Dutt lip syncing in Mahendra Kapoor’s voice while a cabarat dance is being performed by Helen look alike dancer Madhumati (I guess). I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify her. Almost the entire star cast of the movie is watching the performance. We can identify Vinod Khanna, Anwar Hussain, Om Prakash, Leena Chandawarkar, Shammi Aunty etc among the audience. The audience finds the song so melodious that they start dancing towards the end of the song.

Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ravi.

This song is the 300th song from movies released in 1968. Movies released in this year had 458 songs. So another 158 movie songs from this year remain to be covered in the blog.


Song-Kaise kaise ye jalwe dikhaaye Raam jee (Man Ka Meet)(1968) Singer-Mahendra Kapoor, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Ravi

kaise kaise
kaise kaise ye jalwe banaaye raam ji
aankhen jalti hain
tak tak ke haaye raam ji
kaise kaise ye jalwe banaaye raam ji
aankhen jalti hain
tak tak ke haaye raam ji
kaise kaise

dekho ji ye desi ghodi chale videshi chaal
dekho ji ye desi ghodi chale videshi chaal
na chunri na ghoonghat sar par
aadhe aadhe baal
arre o o
o o o
o o o
kaisi furr furr
o kaisi furr furr kamariya hilaaye raam ji
aankhen jalti hain tak tak ke haaye raam ji
kaise kaise

ye bhi kaise log jo dekhen besharmi ka mela
deewaanon ke aage roye kab tak jaat akela
roye kab tak jaat akela
raama ho o o
o o o
o o o
ye bhi kaise log jo dekhen besharmi ka mela
deewaanon ke aage roye kab tak jaat akela
kaun andhe ko
kaun andhe ko darpan dikhaaye raam ji
aankhen jalti hain tak tak ke haay raam ji
kaise kaise
ho kaise kaise ye jalwe banaaye raam ji
aankhen jalti hain tak tak ke haaye raam ji
kaise kaise
hurr
haa
hurr hurr
hurr
ha


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Blog Day : 4167 Post No. : 15341

Today’s song is from film Golden Eyes alias Secret Agent 077 – 1968. The film was made by Madan Chitra. Its director was Kamal Sharma and the music was by B N Bali aka Baldev Nath Bali. The songs were written by Shevan Rizvi. The cast included Shailesh kumar, Mumtaz, Asit Sen, Ulhas,Rajan Haksar Shaikh, Jeevan kala, Helen and a host of other actors.

This was a film which was supposed to be a detective story, with a secret agent having an ID number 077 – a la James Bond ! This film came in the wake of the wave created by one of India’s most successful Secret Agent films in Hindi, featuring the Jumping jack-Jeetendra ( with Trade mark White shoes), which was film Farz-1967. But the comparison , rather similarity ends here only, as far as film Golden Eyes is concerned.

Perhaps, our readers may be wondering as to why have I suddenly changed the track and jumped to talk about an obscure film like Golden Eyes-68 ! About a week ago, I received an E mail query from one of my old friends, inquiring if there were 2-3 artistes with the name of Sailesh, who was a singer, actor and MD ? I routinely get many such queries and I try to answer all of them promptly. In this case, I knew what the problem was. “Sailesh” was a case of ‘Same name Confusion’. I was quite amused, because in my immediate last post, I had discussed a case of SNC and now this case has come up.

I sent my detailed reply to the friend, but thought of writing a post here, so that one more SNC name will be cleared. That is the reason, I selected today’s film song, because in this film the Hero was Shailesh kumar. Yes, there were 2 artistes in Hindi films with the similar name Sailesh. One was Sailesh Mukherjee, who was an actor, singer and a MD and the other was Shailesh Kumar who was only an actor.

In case of artistes before 50’s, getting information was sometimes very difficult. At times, we had to wait for months and years till we hit upon some information source. getting in touch with a close relative of that artiste also solved the problem. But not always. I came across few cases, where even the son or the daughter of the artistes did not know much about the Film career of their father. For example, with great difficulty, I located the address of the daughter of comedian Mirza Musharraf in Mumbai. When I actually visited her, with prior appointment, for an interview, i found that she did not know much about Mirza’s film activity and that she was of no use to me. On the contrary, the daughter of actor singer Parshuram, had all the information, photos, paper cuttings etc. about her father.

In this case, I had a contact with Sailesh Mukherjee’s daughter in law, who gave me all information about what he did after leaving films and the family details. So, first here is information on Sailesh Mukherjee, which is updated with new additions on his post- film life.

Born on 3rd June 1926 in Calcutta, Sailesh Mukherjee completed his Matriculation and came to Bombay in 1946 to become a Music Director. He met Anil Biswas-also from Bengal- and got an opportunity to sing in film Milan-1946. That is how his singing started and he sang in films like Andhon ki Duniya-47 and Vanvasi-48,Aaag-48 (2 songs),Anmol Moti-49 with Shamshad,The last Message-49 with Uma Devi,
Deepak-51 with Uma Devi,Suhag Sindoor-53,Samaj-54 with Asha.
In Andolan-51 he sang ‘Vande Matharam’ with Manna Dey,Parul Ghosh and Sudha malhotra.
He last sang in Naya qadam-58.

His dream of becoming a MD was still not coming through,Finally he became a Music Director ,a joint one with Suresh kumar-in film Suhag Sindoor-1953. Even in this film,his partner made him sing 2 songs,under his baton !

Anyway, later Shailesh gave music to Parichay-54 and Savera, in 1958. While recording songs for Parichay,Shailesh played Tabla himself in all songs. In film Savera his songs became very popular. Songs like “Chhuppa chhuppi Aagad Baagad jaayi re” by Lata and Manna Dey, ” Nadiya ka pani” by Lata and “Jane na,Jane na” by Geeta were specially became hits.

Inexplicably,despite good and hit songs,he stopped getting any more films,either as a Music Director or as a singer. So Shailesh changed his gear once again and he became an Actor. First he acted in film Bandish-55 in the name of ‘Sailesh’. Then he became Hero in ” Miya bibi raazi”-1960, ” Pyar ki Pyas”-1961 and ” Monica”-1962 (UR). As a Hero he had taken a new name SHRIKANT GAURAV. The films did not click.

Music was his passion. He was a multi talented man. Later on he became an Interior Designer and prospered. In addition, he used to compere a programme in Calcutta wherein he would interview all the leading top artist of Calcutta e.g Uttam Kumar etc which was sponsored by Horlicks. He had designed Mala sinha’s bungalow too. The first recording studio at Natraj for Shakti Samanta was designed by him. He used to fly to Calcutta to interview Bengali film stars. Since he had a very good voice and a great command and knowledge about Bangla literature he would lend his voice for documentaries too. He was very passionate about nature and gardening hence he had bought 11 acres of land in Karjat. He used to have regular sessions of his songs at his farmhouse. He used to sing Madhushala with lots of passion. Rabindra Sangeet was his favorite.

Sailesh Mukherjee died somewhere in 1998.

Now let us know about the Same name Shailesh Kumar. His real name was Shambhunath Purohit. He was born on 21-3-1939 at Jodhpur, in a rich family with lot of property. He was handsome and six feet tall. Once he came to Bombay and went to see the shooting of a film. The producer director Ratibhai Punatar offered him a role in the film, but he declined. Later on he completed a course of acting in Filmalaya Acting School.

In 1960, he came to Bombay with just Rs. 75 with him. He used to sleep in the office of a Jodhpur businessman and took rounds of studios for work. Same time Dharmendra was also looking for work. They became friends. However it was Shailesh, who got the first break when he worked in film Nai Maa-1960. Then he was selected for a major role by producer director Sadashiv Row kavi, for his film ‘Bhabhi ki Chudiyan’-1961.( This was a remake of the hit Marathi film “Vahininchya bangdya” ( ?????????? ???????? )-53. A Telugu remake also was made as “Vadina Gari gajulu”-55). This film became popular in Hindi. Row kavi had made a 3 film cotract with Shailesh. The second film was Begana in 1963.

Shailesh did many films from good banners, as Hero and side Hero. he worked in 25 films, but somehow, in spite of acting in good films, with good directors and banners, his luck waned and the flow of films weakened. He managed to do some B and C grade films. His friend Dharmendra also got a break same time, but he rose very high in the industry.

After 1977, Shailesh suffered from a serious ailment of Thyroid gland and he had to take treatment in Tata Hospital. A rumour spread that he had Cancer and films stopped completely. In 1978, he returned to Jodhpur, never to return again to Bombay. He died on 21-4-2017, at the age of 78 years. He left behind him wife Pushpa and a son and a daughter. His last film was Ooperwala jaane-1977. He did 25 films+ 5 UR films.

During his career, Shailesh kumar acted along with Top class actors like Manoj kumar, Sanjiv kumar, Ashok kumar, Randhir kapoor, Balraj Sahani, Dharmendra,Sohrab Modi, Raaj kumar etc, big Heroines like Mumtaj, Rekha, Tanuja, Meena kumari etc, big directors and big banners. However all this did not help him and he remained a side actor only. His health also restricted his career. This is Luck !

Today’s song is sung by Usha Balsavar and Mahendra kapoor with chorus. The music for this film was given by composer B.N.Bali. He was one of those small time composers, who got only the B and C grade films. First of all,let us know who this B N Bali is. There was yet another composer Bali,in the early era of Hindi films. H.C.Bali or Harishchandra Bali(20-3-1906 to 24-6-1976),the expert classical singer who changed into a successful composer is credited with discovering K L Saigal in the early 30s.

B N Bali or Baldev Nath Bali too was a good singer and was a composer restricted to mostly religious or low budget films.He gave music from Bedard-1949 up to Do Dilwale-1973, a total of 24 films,including one unreleased film-Bahut Door (40s). He also gave music to a Haryanvi film in 1973.Though he composed music with a variety,somehow he lacked what it takes to make it to the Big league. On the contrary,B N Bali is known for copying the popular tunes of other composers blatantly.

‘Jab un ka khayal aata hai’-sung by Rafi in Pahla pehla pyar was a copy of Rafi’s ‘Jin raaton me neend ud jaati hai’ by Hansraj behl.
‘Sapne me saiyan tu aaya na karo’-Asha/manna Dey song was a true copy of O P Nayyar’s ‘ Ek pardesi mera dil le gaya’
‘Tu us ka kar bhala’ Rafi in Raja Vikram sang the same “Bhagwaan’ tune as in ” O duniya ke rakhwaale’ etc. etc.

With today’s song, singer Usha Balsavar makes her Debut on the Blog.

( some Information used herein is from Dainik Bhaskar dt.9th May 2017 and Times of India of 20-5-2017, with thanks.)


Song-Husn ki zulfen kaali pad gayin aahon se dil waalon ki (Golden Eyes)(1968) Singers-Usha Balsavar, Mahendra Kapoor, Lyrics-Shewan Rizvi, MD-B N Bali
Female chorus
Male chorus
Mahendra Kapoor + Male chorus
Usha Balsawar + Female chorus

Lyrics

husn ki zulfen kaali pad gayin
o o o
aa aa aa aa
husn ki zulfen kaali pad gayin
aahon se dil waalon ki
husn ki zulfen kaali pad gayin
aahon se dil waalon ki

husn ki zulfen kaali pad gayin
aahon se dil waalon ki
husn ki zulfen kaali pad gayin
aahon se dil waalon ki

o o o o
o o o o

aahon ne taqdeer bana di
kaale kaale baalon ki

husn ki zulfen kaali pad gayin
aahon se dil waalon ki
husn ki zulfen kaali pad gayin
aahon se dil waalo ki

ishq ne tumko o o
aahen di hain
aah mein dil ka saaz diya hai
ishq ne tumko aahen di hain
aah mein dil ka saaz diya hai
ishq ne tumko aahen di hain
aah mein dil ka saaz diya hai

ho hamko banaane waale ne dekho
naaz diya andaaz diya hai
hamko banaane waale ne dekho
naaz diya andaaz diya hai

hamko banaane waale ne dekho
naaz diya andaaz diya hai
ho o o
andaaz diya hai
haan aan aan andaz diya hai

thokar mein hum rakhte hain
thokar mine hum rakhte hain
taqdeer zamaane waalon ki
thokar mein hum rakhte hain
taqdeer zamaane waalon ki

thokar mein hum rakhte hain
taqdeer zamaane waalon ki
thokar mein hum rakhte hain
taqdeer zamaane waalon ki

aahon ne taqdeer bana di
kaale kaale baalon ki

aahon ne taqdeer bana di
kaale kaale baalon ki

tera sa andaaz na dekha
husn na dekha
naaz na dekha
tera sa andaz na dekha
husn na dekha naaz na dekha

tera sa andaz na dekha
husn na dekha naaz na dekha

kaliyaan khilte laakhon dekhin
lekin ye aagaaz na dekha

kaliyaan khilte laakhon dekhin
lekin ye aagaaz na dekha

husn ko tere dua lagi hai
aji husn ko tere dua lagi hai
shaayad hum dilwaalon ki

husn ko tere dua lagi hai
shaayad hum dilwaalon ki

aji husn ko tere dua lagi hai
shaayad hum dilwaalon ki

husn ko tere dua lagi hai
shaayad hum dilwaalon ki

husn ki zulfen kaali pad gayin
aahon se dil waalon ki
husn ki zulfe kaali pad gayin
aahon se dil waalon ki

hosh se hum madhosh huye hain
arre marne pe taiyyaar huye hain
hosh se hum madhosh huye hain
marne pe taiyyaar huye hai

hosh se hum madhosh huye hain
are marne pe taiyyar huye hain

aankhon pe kurbaan gaye hain
katl bina talwaar huye hain

aankhon pe kurbaan gaye hain
katl bina talwaar huye hain

aankhon pe kurbaan gaye hain
katl bina talwaar huye hain

ho o o
kurban gaye hain
haan aan
kurban gaye hain

khoon bahaa ke keemat di hai
arre khoon bahaa ke keemat di hai
laal gulaabi gaalon ki

khoon bahaa ke keemat di hai
laal gulaabi gaalon ki

arre khoon bahaa ke keemat di hai
laal gulaabi gaalon ki

khoon bahaa ke keemat di hai
laal gulabi gaalo ki

husn ki zulfen kaali pad gayin
aahon se dil waalon ki
husn ki zulfen kaali pad gayin
aahon se dil waalon ki

aahon ne taqdeer bana di
kaale kaale baalon ki

husn ki zulfen kaali pad gayin
aahon se dil waalon ki


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Blog Day : 4166 Post No. : 15340

“Jyot Jale”(1968) was directed by Satyen Bose for Supra Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Mahaveer, Nirupa Roy, Abhi Bhattacharya, Tarun Bose, Pardesi, Kundan, Asit Sen, Krishan Dhawan, Shahu Modak, Shanu, Seeta, Anoop, Bhandari, Rajendra, Azeez, Anwar, Farooq Merchant, Mehmood, Farooq Kadawala, Arun Kumar, Prakash Mishra, Bhola, Jerry, Updesh, Vallabh, Manik Dutt, V Gopal, Anil Kumar, Madhup Sharma, Lalit Kapoor, Champaklala, Shekhar Purohit, Vinod Sharma, Ravikant, Bazid Khan, Kesari, Moolchand, Ujagar Singh, Darshan, Bihari, Vasundhara Devi etc in it.

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

Here is the second song from “Jyot Jale”(1968) to appear in the blog.

This song is sung by Rafi and chorus. Govind Moonis is the lyricist. Music is composed by Basant Prakash.

The song is picturised on several actors who are unfamiliar. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify them.


Song-Koi bhala kahe chaahe koi bura maane(Jyot Jale)(1968) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Govind Moonis, MD-Basant Prakash
Chorus

Lyrics

hey
koi bhala kahe chaahe koi bura maane
man jo kahe wo hi karen hum to wo deewaane
hum to wo deewaane
hey
koi bhala kahe chaahe koi bura maane
man jo kahe wo hi karen
hum to wo deewaane
hum to wo deewaane

hum chalen to aise jharna koi jaise
parwaton ko tod phod chal paden
chal paden
bhaad mein bahaaren ret mein mila den
raah mein agar kahin koi ade
koi ade
roke nahin ruken kabhi koi baadha ni jaane
man jo kahe wo hi karen hum to wo deewaane
hum to wo deewaane
hey hey
koi bhala kahe chaahe koi bura maane
man jo kahe vo hi karen
hum to wo deewaane
hum to wo deewaane

laakh tum pukaaro haath paanv maaro
jaal se nikal ke kaun phir phanse
hahahaha
baat hai puraani sab ki jaani maani
chook jo gaya usi pe jag hanse
jag hanse
jaao ji bichhaao jaake kahin aur daane
man jo kahe wo hi karen hum to wo deewaane
hum to wo deewane
koi bhala kahe chaahe
hey hey
koi bura maane
man jo kahe wo hi karen
hum to wo deewaane
hum to wo deewaane

hum to hain wo baadal jo sada hi chanchal
poochhte magar nahin disha kabhi
disha kabhi
gher gher aate surya ko chhipaate
ya sajaate chaandni nisha kabhi
nisha kabhi
indr dhanush rache kabhi kalah lage dhaane
man jo kahe wo hi karen hum to wo deewaane
hum to wo deewaane

aha
koi bhala kahe chaahe koi bura maane
man jo kahe wo hi karen
hum to wo deewaane
hum to wo deewaane
aaaa haa

ae he
aaha haha
aa haa
o ho ho
oho
o ho ho ho
aha
aaaa aaha
ae hey
aaaa aaha
aa ha
o oho
o ho
o o o ho
aha
aa aaha
ae he
aaha aaha


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Blog Day : 4165 Post No. : 15339

“Jung Aur Aman”(1968) was directed by Nanubhai Bhatt for Metro Movie Production, Bombay. This movie had Dara Singh, Mumtaz, Jayant, Nadira, Mohan Choti, Krishna Kumari, Rajen Haksar, Murad etc in it.

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

Here is the second song from “Jung Aur Aman”(1968) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Suman Kalyanpur. Prem Dhawan is the lyricist. Music is composed by G S Kohli.

The song is picturised as a dancing under duress genre of song where Dara Singh is tied at a stake and Mumtaz has to dance to save his life. So this song is picturised under circumstances similar to “Basanti in kutton ke aage mat naachna” circumstance in “Sholay” (1975). 🙂


Song-Mar jaayenge chaahne waale tere (Jung aur Aman)(1968) Singer-Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics-Prem Dhawan, MD-G S Kohli

Lyrics

mar jaayenge chaahne waale tere
mar jaayenge chaahne waale tere
par ishq to rusva na hoga
mar jaayenge chaahne waale tere
hum ne to kabhi socha hi nahin ee ee
hum ne to kabhi socha hi nahin
anjaam hamaara kya hoga
mar jaayenge chaahne waale tere
par ishq to rusva na hoga
mar jaayenge chaahne waale tere

mere humdum yahaan o o o
mere humdum yahaan
do dilon ki jubaan
laakh samjhaao koi samajhta nahin
ishq hai gar khata o o o
ishq hai gar khata
jurm hai gar wafa
to bhala kaun ye jurm karta nahin
ye khata hamne ki
haan wafa hamne ki
de de sazaa ham sajaavaar hain
mar jaayenge chaahne waale tere
par ishq to rusva na hoga
mar jaayenge chaahne waale tere

mere khwaabon mein to o o
mere khwaabon mein to
roz aate thhe tum
aaj kismat se deedaar bhi ho gaya
aaj hai saamne o o o
aaj hai samne
phir se jalva wohi
jo dekha ke jhalak thha kahin kho gaya
ab to nikle sanam
tere kadmom mein dam
is haseen maut ke hum talabgaar hain
mar jaayenge chaahne waale tere
par ishq to rusva na hoga
mar jaayenge chaahne waale tere
hum ne to kabhi socha hi nahin ee ee
hum ne to kabhi socha hi nahin
anjaam hamaara kya hoga
mar jaayenge chaahne waale tere
par ishq to rusva na hoga
mar jaayenge chaahne waale tere


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Blog Day : 4028 Post No. : 15142

In old days, we had days of specialists. Hero, Heoine would sing songs, play lovey dovey, etc.

Villain’s would made the life of hero and heoine miserable. They would have mujra and or cabarat dancers as part of villain’s set up.
Singing quawwali in disguise would be the response of the lead actors.

Then there was comic side plot. And then character artists, such as parents of the lead actors, siblings of the lead actors etc.

From 1970s onwards, days of multitasking began and specialists found themselves threatened. Here the hero himself would do comedy as well as villainy. The heroine would perform cabarat/ mujra herself.

Fortunately, one did not witness multi tasking till 1960s and specialists ruled the roost those days.

As far as comedy was concerned, Johny Walker was the go to man, and he was followed by Mehmood.

When I try to analyse Johny Walker’s comedy, I find that his comedy often involved being in the wrong books of ladies. Sometimes he would find himself on the wrong side of dogs as well. 🙂

Johny Walker had acted in not one but two movies called “Baazi”, viz “Baazi” (1951) and “Baazi”(1968). “Baazi”(1951) was his debut movie, whereas “Baazi”(1968) came towards the fag end of his career.

“Baazi”(1968), lesser known that the 1951 namesake, was directed by Moni Bhattacharya for Golden Films Production, Bombay. The movie had Dharmendra, Waheeda Rehman, Johnny Walker, Mehmood, Helen, Ansari, Nazir Hussain, Ullhas, Chans Usmani, Amar, Manmohan, Keshto Mukherjee, Pinchoo Kapoor etc in it.

The movie had five songs in it. Two songs have been covered in the past.

Today (29 july 2019) is the 16th remembrance day of Johny Walker (11 November 1926 – 29 July 2003). As a tribute to him, here is a song from “Baazi”(1968). IT is a Johny Walker type comedy song, viz a song where he is in trouble at the hands of the fair sex. It turns out that he sees not one but two ladies simultanously and he finally gets caught by both.

So here is this song from “Baazi”(1968). it is sung by Manna Dey. Shakeel Badayuni is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji.

The song shows Johny Walker being taken to task by Helen and Shammi. Singing while being chased by two ladies, that is Johny Walker for us. 🙂

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


Song-Ek anaar do beemaar badi mushqil hai (Baazi)(1968) Singer-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Shakeel Badayuni, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

Are dil hamaara
uyi
Husn waalon ka akhaadaa
Akhaadaa ho gaya
Apne hi haathon se khud apna
Are apna kabaada ho gaya

Ek anaar
Do beemaar
Ek anaar do beemaar
Kaisi uljhan mein hain pyaar
Badi mushkil hai
Haan Badi mushkil hai
Haan haan badi mushkil hai ae

Do do ulfat ke bazaar
Hoga kaise karobaar
Badi mushkil hain
Haan badi mushkil hai
ho ho badi mushkil hai
Ek anaar do bimaar
Kaisi uljhan mein hai pyaar
Badi
Haan badi
Haan haan
Badi mushkil hai ae

Koyi mere ae
Koyi mere do tukde kar ke
Rok de is bumbaari ko o o o
Koi mere do tukde karke
Rok de is bumbaari ko
Ek tukdaa shole ko de de
Aur ik tukdaa chingaari ko
Is jhamele se yaaron main gharbra gaya aa
Is jhamele se yaaron main gharbra gaya
Dil dhadkane lagaa
Sar bhi chakra gaya
Gaya gaya gaya aa aa
Meri khaatir do do yaar
Meri khaatir do do yaar
Ladne marne ko taiyyaar hain
Badi mushkil hai
Haan badi mushkil hai
Haan haan badi mushkil hai
Ek anaar do beemaar
Kaisi uljhan mein hai pyaar
Badi mushkil hai
Haan badi mushkil hai
O ho badi mushkil hai

Uparwaale ae
Uparwaale ne mujhko
Do kaan diye do aankhen
Do o kaan diye do aankhen
Mil jaate jo do dil mujhko
Phir yoon naa ukhadti saansen
Phir yoon naa ukhadti saanse
Do ke chakkar mein meri akal phans gayi
Do ke chakkar mein meri akal phans gayi
Maine kheli thhi single
Double phans gayee
Double phans gayee
Da da da ba ba ba la la la
Double
Phans gayee ee ee ee
Badi samjhe mujhko yaar
Chhoti hai meri dildaar
Badi samjhe mujhko yaar
Chhoti hai meri dildaar
Badi mushkil hai
Haan Badi mushkil hai
Haan haan badi mushkil hai
Ek anaar do beemaar
Kaisi uljhan mein hai pyaar
Badi
Haan badi
Haan haan badi mushkil hai
Do do ulfat ke bazaar
Hoga kaise karobaar
Badi mushkil hai
Haan badi mushkil hai
Haan haan badi mushkil hai ae ae ae

————————————————–
Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
—————————————
अरे दिल हमारा
ऊए
हुस्न वालों का अखाड़ा
अखाड़ा हो गया
अपने ही हाथों से खुद अपना
अरे अपना कबाड़ा हो गया

एक अनार
दो बीमार
एक अनार दो बीमार
कैसी उलझन में है प्यार
बड़ी मुश्किल है
हाँ
बड़ी मुश्किल है
हाँ हाँ बड़ी मुश्किल है ए

दो दो उल्फत के बाज़ार
होगा कैसे कारोबार
बड़ी मुश्किल है
हाँ बड़ी मुश्किल है
ओ हो बड़ी मुश्किल हैं

एक अनार दो बीमार
कैसी उलझन में है प्यार
बड़ी
हाँ बड़ी
हाँ हाँ बड़ी मुश्किल है ए

कोई मेरे ए
कोई मेरे दो टुकड़े करके
रोक दे इस बम बारी को ओ ओ ओ
कोई मेरे दो टुकड़े करके
रोक दे इस बम बारी को
एक टुकड़ा शोले को दे दे
और एक टुकडा चिंगारी को
इस झमेले से यारों मैं घबरा गया आ
इस झमेले से यारों मैं घबरा गया
दिल धडकने लगा
सर भी चकरा गया
गया गया गया आ आ
मेरी खातिर दो दो यार
मेरी खातिर दो दो यार
लड़ने मरने को तैयार
बड़ी मुश्किल है
हाँ बड़ी मुश्किल है
हाँ हाँ बड़ी मुश्किल है
एक अनार दो बीमार
कैसी उलझन में है प्यार
बड़ी मुश्किल है
हाँ
बड़ी मुश्किल है
ओ हो बड़ी मुश्किल है ए

उपरवाले ए
उपरवाले ने मुझको
दो कान दिए दो आँखें
दो ओ कान दिए दो आँखें
मिल जाते जो दो दिल मुझको
फिर यूं ना उखड्ती साँसे
अई
फिर यूं ना उखड्ती साँसे
दो के चक्कर में मेरी अक्ल फँस गयी
दो के चक्कर में मेरी अक्ल फँस गयी
मैंने खेली थी सिंगल
डबल फँस गयी
डबल फँस गयी
ड ड ड ब ब ब ल ल ल
डबल
फँस गयी ई ई ई
बड़ी समझे मुझको यार
छोटी हैं मेरी दिलदार
बड़ी समझे मुझको यार
छोटी हैं मेरी दिलदार
बड़ी मुश्किल है
हाँ
बड़ी मुश्किल है
हाँ हाँ बड़ी मुश्किल हहै

एक अनार दो बीमार
कैसी उलझन में है प्यार
बड़ी
हाँ बड़ी
हाँ हाँ बड़ी मुश्किल है ए
दो दो उल्फत के बाज़ार
होगा कैसे कारोबार
हाँ बड़ी मुश्किल है
हाँ हाँ हाँ बड़ी मुश्किल है ए ए ए


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Blog Day : 4020 Post No. : 15131

“Khilaadi”(1968) was directed by Homi Wadia for Basant Pictures Bombay. This “social” movie had Nadia, Dilip Raj, Uma Bhende, Sujata, Sheikh, Suzie, Amarnath, Wazir Mohammad Khan, Vishwas Kunte, Uma Dutt, Dalpat, Habib etc in it.

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

Here is the second song from “Khilaadi”(1968) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Rafi. Farooque Kaiser is the lyricist. Music is composed by Lala Sattar.

The song is picturised on Dilip Raj and Uma Bhende. Dilip Raj was son of P Jairaj. Uma Bhende, a leading Marathi movie actress, had famously lip synced the popular “Dosti”(1964) song “Gudiya hamse roothi rahogi” earlier.


Song-Pyaar koi kam kam kare (Khilaadi)(1968) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Rafi, Lyrics-Farooque Kaiser, MD-Lala Sattar

Lyrics

pyaar koi kam kam kare
haaye alla
dheer dhare ji zara dheer dhare
kaahe gori chham chham kare
haaye alla
bijli gire ji dil pe bijli gire

pyaar koi kam kam kare
kaahe gori chham chham kare

hove ruswa na meri jawaani
mujhpe itni karo meharbaani
dil hai haazir abhi pyaar kar lo
phir na aayegi rut ye suhaani

duhaai duhaai mere saajna
koi kya karega tera saamna
haaye pyaar koi kam kam kare
haaye allah
dheer dhare ji zara dheer dhare
kaahe gori chham chham kare
haaye alla
bijli gire ji dil pe bijli gire

pyaar koi kam kam kare
kaahe gori chham chham kare

tu jo chaahe to kismat bana loon
dil ki dhadkan mein tujhko chhupa loon

aisi nazron se dekho na balma
hosh apne main kaise sambhaaloon
nasha hai sanam ye mere pyaar ka
bharosa nahin hai tere pyaar ka
haaye kaahe gori chham chham kare
haaye allah
bijli gire ji dil pe bijli gire

pyaar koi kam kam kare
haaye alla
dheer dhare ji zara dheer dhare
kaahe gori chham chham kare
pyaar koi kam kam kare ae ae


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Blog Day : 3979 Post No. : 15066

Songs Repeated in Hindi Films – 3
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Okay, okay, just before you sit up and ask again – “ये क्या हो रहा है”, a quick reminder that we are into this series of repeat songs. This is the third episode today.

There are well known, as well as obscure, instances existing in which the reused songs appear in the list of the songs of the latter film. The reuse listing of the song can appear as it is – a few examples being,

  • “Gori Zulm Karey Zulf Ka Bikhar Jaana” – this song appears in the listings for the film ‘Main Aur Mera Bhai’ (1961) and the film ‘Pyaar Banaa Afsaana’, an unreleased film from 1960s.
  • The four songs of the film ‘Ram Rajya’ of 1943 are reused in the film ‘Ramayan’ of 1954
    “Beena Madhur-Madhur Kachhu Bol…”
    “Ajab Vidhi Ka lekh Kisi Se Padha Nahi Jaaye…”
    “Jhoole Mein Jhool Laal, Jhool Tu Jhool…”
    “Tyagmayi Tu Gayi, Teri Amar Bhaawna…”
    Note: The music director for both films is same – Shankar Rao Vyas; and the lyricist of these four songs is also the same – Ramesh Gupta.
  • “Beeti Jaat Barkha Ritu Saajan Nahin Aaye” – this song appears in the listings for the film ‘Muraad’ (1939) and the film ‘Dharam Bandhan’ (1940).
  • Four songs of an unreleased film ‘Parda’ from late 1940s are reused in the film ‘Achhaa ji’ of 1950
    ‘Taqraar Ko Badal Do Pyaar Mein, Na Karo Chhed Bekaar Mein…’
    ‘Bhool Hai Kisi Ko Apnana, Vichaaron Mein Basana…’
    ‘Kisi Ke Bholepan Ne… Mere Mann Ko Kheencha…’
    ‘Bhar Jaaye Aasmaan To Aahon Ki Kya Khata…’
    Note: The lyricist (Indiwar) and music director (Shyam Babu Pathak) are the same. The film director (SH Thirani) is also the same.
  • Six songs of the 1957 film ‘Pawanputra Hanuman’ have been reused in the 1969 film ‘Hanuman Chalisa’.
  • Strange occurrence – two films of the same year, 1958 – ‘Rifle Girl’ and ‘Miss Toofaan Mail’ share the song – “Bheegi Hawa Mausam Jawaan, Masti Mein Dooba Saara Jahaan…”.
  • Rare occurrence, the same song is used in three films. The song is “Bhiksha De De Maiya Pingla, Jogi Khada Hai Dwaar…”. The films are ‘Bharthari’ (1944), ‘Raajyogi Bharthari’ (1954), and ‘Gopichand Bharthari’ (1965). Lyricist identified for these songs is Pandit Indra.
  • The song “Bolo Jaywantrao Ek Naam Prem Bhara. . .” appears in ‘Mera Imaan’ (1934) and ‘Swadesh Dewa’ (1946).
  • Interesting re-use – the song “Phool Chun Le Mere Baalam Ki Jaane Kab Daal Jhuke” appears in ‘Naubahaar’ of 1952 and then again in ‘Firdaus’ of 1953. Artist combination is the same – Sahir, Roshan, Lata.
  • Another one – “Baat Chalat Nai Chunari Rang Daali” – appears in film ‘Ladki’ of 1953 and then again in ‘Rani Roopmati’ of 1959.

Then there are films with the same list of songs.

  • ‘Satyanarayan’ of 1948 and ‘Bhikhaari’ of 1949
  • ‘Sushila’ of 1966 and ‘Subah Zaroor Aayegi’ of 1977
  • ‘Amar Kahaani’ of 1949 and ‘Kanchan’ of 1955
  • ‘Sipaahi’ of 1941 and ‘Jangi Jawaani’ of 1943
  • ‘Suhaana Geet’ of 1941 and ‘Toote Dil’ of 1947
  • ‘Ram Bhakti’ of 1958 and ‘Bhakt Raaj’ of 1950
  • ‘Paanch Dushman’ of 1973 and ‘Daulat Ke Dushman’ of 1987

Although not specifically confirmed, in most cases, the above list of film pairs with all songs the same, the situation is that the latter film is a somewhat modified, re-certified and re-released version of the earlier film.

The above sampling is in no way exhaustive. More such instances may be discovered by a more meticulous review of the song lists in Geet Kosh.

But then, this observation has also to be annotated by saying that there are exceptions. There are many known cases where the repeat songs do not appear in the official list of songs of the film. The song may have been used as is without any modifications. The song may be used as an abridged version i.e. the stanzas used in repeat form are less than the original version. Or even when the song may be used quite differently.

These repeat instances of songs do not appear in the list of songs of the latter film. This is confirmed by a quick review of the Geet Kosh listings, which are primarily based on the information from the film booklets, and/or information printed on the gramophone records – 78 rpm records or LPs/EPs. Casual reuse, we may call it. Of course, ownership / copyright / permissions etc. are things that have to be taken care of. But it is always fun to be watching a film (especially when watching for the first time), and one is suddenly confronted with an unexpected song. The song already has a life and existence of its own. And it has its own popularity and following. All of a sudden out of the blue, the song will make a surprise appearance in another film, in another time. And one is simply – wow, एसा भी होता है – such things happen too.

The first song in this series – “Aa Ja Re Pardesi. . .” belongs to this category. As does this fun song that I bring to your notice today. An iconic song – a very typical and very strongly a Mehmood song, from the earlier film ‘Gumnaam’ from 1965, makes an unexpected and surprise appearance in the 1968 film ‘Brahmchaari’. This time around, the song is performed by the Junior incarnation of Mehmood, and he has done a superlative job of presenting this song. This song does not appear in the list of songs of the film ‘Brahmchaari’, and hence, when it appears in the film, the mind takes a double take – okay wow, this song, here.

The situation can be labeled as a ‘male-child item song’ 🙂 . It is just there, does not really add to the storyline content of the film. The children of Shammi Kapoor’s private orphanage are together, along with Mohan Choti, the handy man around the house, and Rajshri, who has descended on to this ‘family’ as a distraught outsider with no place to go. The song is heard on a gramophone player, on which the 78 rpm record is playing.

As I said earlier, Junior Mehmood has done a remarkable job performing this song, at that age. Born in 1956, he was all of 12 years old when he performed this song. A little short in height for his age, this performance is really lovable.

This video clip contains two stanzas, one less from the original three. However, my hunch is that all three were initially included when ‘Brahmchaari’ was released. In this video clip also, as the action moves from the first to the second stanza, there is slight jump in the visual, indicating there might have been a cut made – and the middle stanza was deleted later, for whatever reason.

Avinash ji has been posting a mini series on Junior Mehmood performances in Hindi films, so I will skip getting into more details about this fun child artist. Somehow the natural transformation, as these child artists move from childhood to adolescence to adulthood, does not seem to happen. The success of what their performance is, and the kudos it has drawn, continues to overshadow this required transformation as one grows in years. Very few examples are where an artist of proven merit in child roles has also made a successful career once having grown up. But that discussion is maybe another article, or another series.

Meanwhile, enjoy this really likeable performance, which I am sure will prompt you to go and take a look at the original ‘Gumnaam’ song also. I myself sure did.

Song – Hum Kaale Hain To Kya Hua Dilwaale Hain  (Brahmchaari) (1968) Singers – Mohammed Rafi, Mehmood, Lyrics – Shailendra, MD – Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics

khayaalon mein
khayaalon mein
khayaalon mein
khayaalon mein

jay hungaama
kahaan bhaag rahi tumen

kya hua. . .
kaale se darr gaye kya
hamay kaale hain to kya hua dilwaale hain
hamay kaale hain to kya hua dilwaale hain
hum tere tere tere chaahne waale hain
hamay kaale hain to kya hua dilwaale hain
hamay kaale hain to kya hua dilwaale hain
hum tere tere tere chaahne waale hain
hamay kaale hain to kya hua dilwaale hain

ye gore gaalaan tandaanaa
ye reshmi baalaan tandaanaa
ye solaa saalaan tandaanaa
haay tere khayaalaan tandaanaa
ye gore gaalaan tandaanaa
ye reshmi baalaan tandaanaa
ye solaa saalaan tandaanaa
haay tere khayaalaan tandaanaa
hum tere tere tere chaahne waale hain
hamay kaale hain to kya hua dilwaale hain
hamay kaale hain to kya hua dilwaale hain
hum tere tere tere chaahne waale hain
hamay kaale hain to kya hua dilwaale hain

hamay maanaa ghareeb hain tandaanaa
soorat se ajeeb hain tandaanaa
par phir bhi naseeb hai tandaanaa
ke tere khareeb hain tandaanaa
hamey maanaa ghareeb hain tandaanaa
soorat se ajeeb hain tandaanaa
par phir bhi naseeb hai tandaanaa
ke tere khareeb hain tandaanaa
hum tere tere tere chaahne waale hain
hamay kaale hain to kya hua dilwaale hain
hamay kaale hain to kya hua dilwaale hain
hum tere tere tere chaahne waale hain
hamay kaale hain to kya hua dilwaale hain
hamay kaale hain to kya hua dilwaale hain

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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ख़यालों में
ख़यालों में
ख़यालों में
ख़यालों में

जे हंगामा
कहाँ भाग रई तूमे

क्या हुआ॰ ॰ ॰
काले से डर गए क्या
हमे काले हइं तो क्या हुआ दिलवाले हइं
हमे काले हइं तो क्या हुआ दिलवाले हइं
हम तेरे तेरे तेरे चाहने वाले हइं
हमे काले हइं तो क्या हुआ दिलवाले हइं
हमे काले हइं तो क्या हुआ दिलवाले हइं
हम तेरे तेरे तेरे चाहने वाले हइं
हमे काले हइं तो क्या हुआ दिलवाले हइं

ये गोरे गालाँ तन्दाणा
ये रेशमी बालाँ तन्दाणा
ये सोला सालाँ तन्दाणा
हये तेरे ख्यालाँ तन्दाणा
ये गोरे गालाँ तन्दाणा
ये रेशमी बालाँ तन्दाणा
ये सोला सालाँ तन्दाणा
हये तेरे ख्यालाँ तन्दाणा
हम तेरे तेरे तेरे चाहने वाले हइं
हमे काले हइं तो क्या हुआ दिलवाले हइं
हमे काले हइं तो क्या हुआ दिलवाले हइं
हम तेरे तेरे तेरे चाहने वाले हइं
हमे काले हइं तो क्या हुआ दिलवाले हइं

हमे माना ग़रीब हैं तन्दाणा
सूरत से अजीब हैं तन्दाणा
पर फिर भी नसीब है तन्दाणा
के तेरे क़रीब हैं तन्दाणा
हमे माना ग़रीब हैं तन्दाणा
सूरत से अजीब हैं तन्दाणा
पर फिर भी नसीब है तन्दाणा
के तेरे क़रीब हैं तन्दाणा
हम तेरे तेरे तेरे चाहने वाले हइं
हमे काले हइं तो क्या हुआ दिलवाले हइं
हमे काले हइं तो क्या हुआ दिलवाले हइं
हम तेरे तेरे तेरे चाहने वाले हइं
हमे काले हइं तो क्या हुआ दिलवाले हइं
हमे काले हइं तो क्या हुआ दिलवाले हइं


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 other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

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Missing Films of 1960s – 108
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At 108, generally a maala is considered to be complete. So we are at the 108th episode of this series, searching for and bringing on missing films of 1960s on to our blog. Ah but, the homework is not still fully done. So there still are some films pending, to be taken care.

The story of the descent of the holy river Ganga, from the Baikunth Lok down to the earth, is very detailed and interesting. It spans four generations of kings belonging to the Suryavansh, the Sun Dynasty, in which later Lord Ram also appeared.

In the lineage of Suryavansh – Vivaswaan (also known as Vaivaswat Manu) is the son of Sun God. He had 10 sons. His second eldest son is Ikshvaku, from whom starts the primary lineage of the Sun Dynasty as we know it. His next in line is a son named Nimi. The lineage progresses and through more generations reaches Raja Harishchandra. The descendants of Raja Harishchandra in sequence, are Rohit, Vrishabh, Baahuk and then Sagar (‘सगर’).

Raja Sagar has two wives – Sumati and Keshini, but no children. Once Rishi Aurv (‘और्व’), passing through the kingdom, stayed at the palace and accepted the hospitality of Raja Sagar. When he was leaving, pleased by the selfless service done by the king, he asked the king to express his wish. The king of course expressed his desire to have sons so that his dynasty may continue. The Rishi blessed him, and said that one of his queens will give birth to one son. The second queen will be blessed with 60,000 sons. All of them will be brave and exceptional, but that they will be playful and short in temper.

With the passage of time, the blessing of the Rishi bore fruits, and the sons were born. Sumati gave birth to one sone Asmanja, and Keshini gave birth to 60,000 sons. Asmanja turns out to be a person with negative qualities.

Then after another passage of time, the King decided to conduct the Ashvamedha Yajna, to proclaim his sovereignty over all the land. The sixty thousand sons were given charge of protecting the horse of the Yajna. Now, Lord Indra, the king of the demigods, was envious of Raja Sagar. He decided to play a mischief. One night, as all the sons and soldiers were asleep, Indra stole the horse, took it, and tied it in the ashram of Kapil Muni, who was meditating at that time.

The army of 60,000 sons of Sagar reached Kapil Muni’s ashram in search of the horse. Finding the horse there, they jumped to the conclusion that Kapil Muni had stolen it. Muni was deep in meditation. Sagar’s sons started to rebuke him and call him names. They prodded him with their bows and disturbed him no end. Kapil Muni’s mediation was broken. He opened his eyes and looked at the army of 60,000 sons of Sagar. Such was the power in him, that by his mere glance, the 60,000 boys were burnt to death and turned into ashes.

When Sagar heard of this news, he was grief stricken. All his sons, save one, had perished without any proper samskaar etc. He consulted his Raj Purohit, Vashishth Muni. Vashishth said that the only way the perished sons could attain salvation was if the waters of the holy river Ganga was sprinkled on the ashes of the army of sons. For Raja Sagar, it was an unthinkable task. The grief took his life. His remaining son Asmanja was not a good person, and had been banished from the kingdom. But the son of Asmanja – Anshuman, turned out to be a very noble person. Sagar made him the King. Anshuman made a vow to bring water of Ganga to the earth. He forsook his kingdom and did mediation and penance all his life. But was not successful. He had one son, Dilip. The onus of accomplishing this task fell on to his shoulder. He too followed the path of meditation and penance, but quickly lost his health and passed away. The mantle for this task was now taken up by Dilip’s son, Bhagirath.

He prayed to Brahma for long years. Finally, Brahma was pleased, and he blessed Bhagirath with the promise that Ganga would descend from Baikunth and will come to earth. The narrative further tells us of the problem of the strength and volume of the flowing waters of Ganga. The earth or any person on earth could not withstand the force of the flow of Ganga. Then Bhagirath prayed to Lord Shiva, who agreed to let the holy river Ganga descend on to him, he would bear the main brunt of the force, and then the rest of earth and its people would then be blessed by it. There is a lot more detail in this narrative, appearing in multiple scriptures.

The film ‘Har Har Gange’ of 1968 is produced under the banner of Nitin Chitra and is directed by Babubhai Mistry. (Another film by the same name was produced in 1979, and that too is also directed by the same person.) The star cast of the 1968 film is listed as Jaishri Gadkar, Abhi Bhattacharya, Mahesh Kumar, Sulochana, Jeevan, Bharti, BM Vyas, Arvind Pandya, Uma Dutt, Vishwas, SN Tripathi, Sudarshan, Babu Raje, Tuntun, Paulson, Dalda Hindustani, Mahesh Bhatt, Rajkumar, Shri Bhagwan, Saraswati Devi, Bhairavi, Uma Khosla, Meena Pankaj, Malti Shashi, Master Gopi, Prakash, Munna Bagla, Madhumati, Bela Bose, and Helen.

The film has 6 songs, all penned by Kavi Pradeep. The music is composed by SN Tripathi. The song has been rendered by Krishna Kalle. The occasion seems to be that King Bhagirath is leaving the kingdom to go to the forest to do penance and to free his dynasty from the curse that 60,000 of his ancestors had brought upon themselves. From the words in the verses, it seems as if the song is being performed on screen by the wife of King Bhagirath. I have not been able to locate her name in the related information available. I would request other knowledgeable readers to please add this information if available.

With this song, the 1968 film ‘Har Har Gange’ makes its debut on our blog. With the publication of this post we are coming to the home stretch with this series. Now just 4 more films from the 1960s remain in this project. More details about that later.

 

Song – Jaao Mere Devta, Jaao Mere Praan  (Har Har Gange) (1968) Singer – Krishna Kalle, Lyrics – Kavi Pradeep, MD – SN Tripathi
Chorus

Lyrics

jaao mere devta
jaao mere praan
karey ganga maiya tumhaara kalyan
sidhaaro hey praan dhan
rakho kul ki aan
karey ganga maiya tumhaara kalyan
har har gange. . .
har har gange

barson se hai ye duniya dukhi
mit jaana par karna is ko sukhi
rakhna hamaare aansoo ka maan
jaao mere devta
jaao mere praan
karey ganga maiya tumhaara kalyan
har har gange. . .
har har gange

parvat jo rokey to rukna nahin
bijli girey phir bhi jhukna nahin
rakhna hamesha hatheli pe jaan
jaao mere devta
jaao mere praan
karey ganga maiya tumhaara kalyan
sidhaaro hey praan dhan
rakho kul ki aan
karey ganga maiya tumhaara kalyan
har har gange. . .
har har gange

har har gange. . .
har har gange

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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जाओ मेरे देवता
जाओ मेरे प्राण
करे गंगा मैया तुम्हारा कल्याण
सिधारो हे प्राण धन
रखो कुल की आन
करे गंगा मैया तुम्हारा कल्याण
हर हर गंगे॰ ॰ ॰
हर हर गंगे

बरसों से है ये दुनिया दुखी
मिट जाना पर करना इसको सुखी
रखना हमारे आँसू का मान
जाओ मेरे देवता
जाओ मेरे प्राण
करे गंगा मैया तुम्हारा कल्याण
हर हर गंगे॰ ॰ ॰
हर हर गंगे

पर्वत जो रोके तो रुकना नहीं
बिजली गिरे तो झुकना नहीं
रखना हमेशा हथेली पे जान
जाओ मेरे देवता
जाओ मेरे प्राण
करे गंगा मैया तुम्हारा कल्याण
सिधारो हे प्राण धन
रखो कुल की आन
करे गंगा मैया तुम्हारा कल्याण
हर हर गंगे॰ ॰ ॰
हर हर गंगे

हर हर गंगे॰ ॰ ॰
हर हर गंगे


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