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Blog Day :

4085 Post No. : 15225

“Parde Ke Peechhe”(1971) was produced by M C Ramamurthy and directed by K Shankar for EM CEE R Films, Madras. The movie had Vinod Mehra, Yogita Bali, Raj Mehra, Padma Khanna, Jagdeep, Pran, Bindu, Tarun Bose, Prem Kumar, Siddhu, Suresh, Upendra Trivedi, Jestin, Varalakshmi, Mamta Rao etc in it.

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

Here is the second song from “Parde Ke Peechhe”(1971) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shankar Jaikishan.

The song is picturised on Yogita Bali and Vinod Mehra as a bathing in watefall song.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

Video

Audio

Song-Dil deewaane toone ye socha bhi hai (Parde Ke Peechhe)(1971) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

aaahaaa aaahaa aahaa aaahaaa
aaahaaa aaahaa aahaa aaahaaa
aaahaaa haaa haaa haaa haaa haaaa haa haaa
aaahaaa haaa haaa haaaaa haaa haaaa ha ha ha
aahaaaa
aaahaa
aahaa
aahaa

dil deewaane
dil deewaane
toone ye sochaa bhi hai
ke kaun hai teraa
kaun hai teraa
kaun hai teraa
dil deewaane
toone ye sochaa bhi hai
ke kaun hai teraa
kaun hai teraa
kaun hai teraa
dil deewaane

aaj kal kyun bekaraari mein mazaa aane lagaa aa
aaj kal kyun bekaraari mein mazaa aane lagaaa
dhadkanon ke saaz par tu jhoom ke gaane lagaa
iss uljhan ko toone suljhaayaa bhi hai
ke kaun hai teraa
kaun hai teraa
kaun hai teraa
dil deewaane
toone ye sochaa bhi hai
ke kaun hai teraa
kaun hai teraa
kaun hai teraa
dil deewaane ae

ek sholay ki tarah letaa hai kyun angdaayiyaan…aan
ek sholay ki tarah letaa hai kyun angdaayiyaan
dhoondhtaa hai kyaa kisi ke pyaar ki parchhaayiyaan
mann darpan mein
toone kabhi dekhaa bhi hai
ke kaun hai teraa
kaun hai teraa
kaun hai teraa
dil deewaane
toone ye sochaa bhi hai
ke kaun hai teraa
kaun hai teraa
kaun hai teraa
dil deewaane ae

seekh lee toone kahaan se ye tadapne ki adaa aa
seekh lee toone kahaan se ye tadapne ki adaa
bekali din raat ki ye kaun tujhko de gayaa
khud apne se toone ye poochha bhi hai
ke kaun hai teraa
kaun hai teraa
kaun hai teraa
dil deewaane
toone ye sochaa bhi hai
ke kaun hai teraa
kaun hai teraa
kaun hai teraa
dil deewaane ae

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This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, 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.

Blog Day : 4067 Post No. : 15203

Hullo to Atuldom

Today we wish the smart handsome light-eyed actor, producer, director, screen writer and editor Rakesh Roshan on his 70th birthday with lots of health and happiness- discovered as I sat to write this that he is also a cancer conqueror. Very heart-warming to learn that.

We all know that he started at a rather young age in the film industry as an assistant to Mohan Kumar during the making of “Anjaana” due to the untimely death of his father – Roshanlal Nagrath; the music director of “Baawre Nain” fame “Roshan”. (I don’t intend to list Roshan’s albums here).

Rakesh Roshan had “Ghar Ghar Ki Kahaani” as his first release in 1970. It was a supporting role where the most popular song of the movie “sama hai suhaana suhaana” was lip synced by Jalal Agha and Rakesh Roshan and Bharathi were only part of the group that shakes a leg to the song. This movie was followed by movies like “Seema”; “Ankhon Ankhon Mein”; “Paraya Dhan”; “Man Mandir” and a host of others where mostly he was either a supporting actor. There were movies where he was the lead but the stories were mostly heroine-centric as in “Khoobsurat”; “Kaamchor”; “Bahu Ki Awaz”; “Bahurani” etc. He has had successful movies with Rishi Kapoor beginning with “Khel Khel Mein” “Jhootha Kahin Ka”; “Aap Ke Deewane” and their friendship is such that Rishi did a guest appearance in Rakesh’s directorial debut “Khudgarz”. Similarly, his friendship with Sujit Kumar, Jeetendra, Prem Chopra and the pranks that they play on each other are some of the anecdotes that each of these actors don’t tire relating. Of course, he had his share of solo hero movies where the heroines were equally important – for example “Ek Kunwari Ek Kunwara” with Leena Chandavarkar, “Nafrat” with Yogita Bali; “Humari Bahu Alka” with Bindiya Goswami; “Shubh Kaamna” with Rati Agnihotri etc.

His pairing with Rekha gave us movies like “Khoobsurat” which was followed by “Neeyat”; “Daasi”; “Jeevan Dhara”; and when he turned director Rekha got the best movie of her life (my personal feeling) “Khoon Bhari Maang” which kind of resurrected Rekha’s career. She went on to even accept the role of Hrithik’s mother in Rakesh’s directorial “Koi Mil Gaya” and also played Hrithik’s grandmother in its sequel “Krrish”. It is quite well known that Rakesh Roshan likes to name all his films with titles that begin with K. He has tasted success with all the movies he has produced beginning with “Khudgarz” in 1987.

Today we have a song from one of his initial movie “Seema” (1971) which was produced by Sohanlal Kanwar and directed by Surendra Mohan and Bharathi (of South Indian movies) was his co-star. The movie also had Kabir Bedi and Simi Garewal in the cast. The most famous song of this movie “Jab bhi yeh dil udaas hota hai” is already on the blog along with two other songs.

Here is the fourth song of the movie with Rakesh Roshan trying to woo Bharathi in a manner, which in the current times and even earlier (I suppose) would amount to eve teasing. In most of the songs of this type we see the lady smiling and falling in love with ‘the tormentor’ but not in this song. The song also shows that Rakesh or Duggu, as he is addressed by his friends, was a decent dancer and didn’t indulge in stomping of the feet, or exhibiting two left feet etc. As I was seeing the video to note the lyrics there is a point in the song where he mimics a lady and I recollected that portion of “Aap Ke Deewane” where he comes dressed as a lady teacher for Tina Munim.

“Seema” had music by Shankar Jaikishan and the movie opens with a tribute to Jaikishanji. Today’s song is written by Verma Malik and it is sung by Kishore Kumar.

Once again Happy Birthday to Rakesh Roshan.


Song-Ladki chale jab sadkon pe aaye qayaamat ladkon pe (Seema)(1971) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Verma Malik, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics

ladki chale jab sadkon pe
aaye qayaamat ladkon pe ae
ladki chale jab sadkon pe
aaye qayaamat ladkon pe ae
ladki chale jab sadkon pe
aaye qayaamat ladkon pe ae
ladki ee oye

udhar gaal pe aanchal fisla
idhar kaleja haath se nikla
udhar gaal pe aanchal fisla
idhar kaleja haath se nikla
ik zaalim ki mast jawaani
dooja maar gaya hai nakhra
ho gayi ee
arre ho gayi baghaawat sadkon pe
aaye qayaamat ladkon pe ae
ladki chale jab sadkon pe
aaye qayaamat ladkon pe
kakdi ee

jisne dekha woh hi bola
dekho solah saal ka shola
jisne dekha woh hi bola
dekho solah saal ka shola
lagti hai saawan ka hindola
chalti jab kha ke hichkola
lut gayi
arre lut gayi sharaafat sadkon pe
aaye qayaamat ladko pe
ladki chalein jab sadkon pe
aaye qayaamat ladkon pe
ladki oye

li angdaayi uthth gayin baahein
thham gaye raste ruk gayih rahein
li angdaayi uthth gayih baahein
thham gaye raste ruk gayih rahein
jidhar jidhar bhi mili nigaahen
lagi kataarein daayen baayen
mach gayi
arre mach gayi hai aafat sadkon pe
aaye qayaamat ladkon pe ae
ladki chalein jab sadkon pe
aaye qayaamat ladko pe ae
ladki chalein jab sadkon pe
aaye qayaamat ladkon pe
ladki oye


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Blog Day : 4047 Post No. : 15176

“Ummeed” (1971) was a movie that was started in early 1960s but it could be released only in 1971. By that time the actors figuring in the move had ended up being actors of yesteryears. A few of them had even passed away.

“Ummeed” (1971) was directed by Nitin Bose for Raja Films Bombay. The movie had Ashok Kumar, Nanda, Joy Mukherji, Leela Naidu, Tarun Bose, Leela Mishra, Chandrima Bhaduri, Hazara Singh, Parasram, Hussain, Ravikant, Nazeer Kashmiri, Ramesh, Laxmichhaaya, Jeewankala, Madhumati, Jankidas, Sabita Chatterji, Tuntun, Agha etc in it.

“Ummeed” (1971) was a movie that was started in early 1960s but it could be released only in 1971. By that time the actors figuring in the move had ended up being actors of yesteryears. A few of them had even passed away.

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

Here are the details of the songs from the movie that have been discussed in the past :-

S N Song Song number in blog Date of posting
1 Mujhe ishq hai tujhi se meri jaan e zindagaani 2988 18-Sep-10
2 Mera dil hai pyaar ka aashiyaan 3366 17-Dec-10
3 Insaan jee rahaa hai ummeed ke sahaare 4886 25-Oct-11
4 Aaja meri jaan tere qurbaan tera deewaana 5975 18-May-12
4 Hamne chaaha magar keh na paaye 12268 26-Jul-16
5 Thhodi si aur pi le 15118 12-Jul-19

Here is the seventh and final song from the movie. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Usha Mangeshkar. Shakeel Badayuni is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ravi.

The song is picturised as a synchronised dance song on two female dancers. I am unable to identify them. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify them.

With this song, all the songs of “Ummeed” (1971) have been covered in the blog and the movie joins the list of movies that have been YIPPEED in the blog.


Song-Dil ko bachaana baabu jee(Ummeed)(1971) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Usha Mangeshkar, Lyrics-Shakeel Badayuni, MD-Ravi
Both

Lyrics

dil ko bachaana baabu ji
na aana tum kabhi haseenon ki gali
aankhen hain teer yahaan
zulfen zanjeer yahaan
aage tumhaari marzi
dil ko bachaana baabu ji
na aana tum kabhi haseenon ki gali
aankhen hain teer yahaan
zulfen zanjeer yahaan
aage tumhaari marzi
dil ko bachaana baabu ji

aaj kal husn waale
rehem karna na jaanen
apni apni chalaayen
doosre ki na maanen

aaj kal husn waale
rehem karna na jaanen
apni apni chalaayen
doosre ki na maanen

inko rakhna sambhaale huye zindagi
inse rakhna sambhaale huye zindagi
dil ko bachaana baabu ji
na aana tum kabhi haseenon ki gali
aankhen hain teer yahaan
zulfen zanjeer yahaan
aage tumhaari marzi
dil ko bachaana baabu ji

ishq waale bhi zaalim
kam nahin aaj kal ke
jab kahin husn dekha
rah gaye bas machal ke

ishq waale bhi zaalim
kam nahin aaj kal ke
jab kahin husn dekha
rah gaye bas machal ke

lut gaya dil to hoti hai haalat buri
lut gaya dil to hoti hai halat buri
dil ko bachaana babu ji
na aana tum kabhi haseenon ki gali
aankhen hain teer yahaan
zulfen zanjeer yahaan
aage tumhaari marzi
dil ko bachaana baabu ji

aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa

pyaar wo hai ke jiska do taraf ho nishaana
husn bhi baawafa ho
ishq bhi ho deewaana

pyaar wo hai ke jiska do taraf ho nishaana
husn bhi baawafa ho
ishq bhi ho deewaana

dil mile na to samjho qayaamat hui
dil mile na to samjho qayaamat hui
dil ko bachaana baabu ji
na aana tum kabhi haseenon ki gali
aankhen hain teer yahaan
zulfen zanjeer yahaan
aage tumhaari marzi
dil ko bachaana baabu ji
na aana tum kabhi haseenon ki gali
aankhen hain teer yahaan
zulfen zanjeer yahaan
aage tumhaari marzi
dil ko bachaana baabu ji


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, 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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4034 Post No. : 15158 Movie Count :

4163

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 85 #Remembering Kishore Kumar on his birth anniversary#
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Today 4th August (2019) (4 August 1929 – 13 October 1987) is the 90th birth anniversary of the ‘Versatile Genius’ Kishore Kumar or Abhas Kumar Ganguly or as he always liked to introduce himself as – Kishore Kumar Khandwewaala.

I have mentioned in my earlier posts that I cannot forget Khandwa when I am writing about Kishore Kumar. The place has been associated with his name forever and I have fond memories of visiting Khandwa, his ‘Gouri-Kunj’ and his memorial there on Indore road, when I was at Nagpur from 2015-2017.

For today’s post I am not going to discuss more about ‘Khandwa’ or ‘Gouri-Kunj’, but the song I am going to present today has a ‘Khandwa connection’ because I came across this song during my visit to Khandwa in ‘2015’ when I was preparing a post with a Kishore Kumar song 🙂

This being a song from the seventies I thought I would share it on the blog someday.
When I listen to this song first time (a lesser heard one), I had feeling of hearing it years back, may be on radio. This is a song from the 1971 movie – ‘Jai Baangala Desh’. Both the song and the movie name were new for me except the information about this movie and its song mentioned in HFGK Vol V which I was possessing.

I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on this movie and about its songs.

‘Jai Bangalaa Desh-1971’ was directed by I.S. Johar.

He also wrote the story of this movie and was also the producer of this movie.

The cast of this movie includes I.S. Johar, Ambika Johar, Rajeev Johar, Kaveri Choudhary (Bangladesh), S.N.Bannerjee, Ram Kamlani, Nazeer Kashmiri, Madhumati, Lakshmi Chhaya, Shefali, Pal Sharma, Bhagwan, Dilip Dutt, Polson, Jery, Tuntun, Ramesh Johar, Anand Vij, Satyadeep, Ratan Kashmiri, Master Alankar, Baby Tabassum, Ranger(Dog) and Radha in guest appearance and others.

This movie had total eight sound tracks including title music, theme music and one Dog chase music released on the records of this movie.

The remaining five songs were composed by Kalyanji-Anandji, while three lyricists namely Indeewar wrote three songs, Qamar Jalalabadi and Farooq Qaiser penned one song each.

Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar, Mahendra Kapoor and Sushma Shreshtha had given their voices to the songs in this movie.

Today’s song is sung by Kishore Kumar (the only song he had in this movie) and composed by Kalyanji-Anandji.
Lyrics are by Indeewar.

(This song plays in the background, and I am unable to identify the actor and other supporting actors shown in the picturization of this song. I would request knowledgeable readers to help in identifying of the actors please.)

On ‘friendship day’ today and paying our tributes to Kishore Kumar, I selected this song sung by Kishore Kumar, which is giving a message of ‘humanity’ and ‘brotherhood’ among the many other songs which I had thought I can share on this occasion today.
Moreover, I personally think that ‘music’ is the best friend making friends all over and bringing people together cutting across the barriers of caste, creed, race and religion all over the world.

So far, on the blog we have 1149 songs of Kishore Kumar posted out of the total 2709 songs (our statistics). And that means we still have a long way to go getting may of the Kishore Kumar songs on the blog. And day to day while listening the radio I am coming across many of his beautiful songs of ‘many moods’ from the eighties which we have to bring here on the blog.

Let us now listen and enjoy today’s song…

With this today’s song the movie ‘Jai Baangla Desh-1971’ is makes a debut on the blog!!!

(Note: – HFGK Vol V mentions that this movie was revised and passed with a new title of ‘Aage Badho’ in 1971 (13.09.1972). The first version of this movie ‘Jai Baangla Desh-1971’ was passed by Censor Board on 26.10.1971).

Video

Audio

Song-Main hoon ek roop anek (Jai Baangladesh)(1971) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-indeewar, MD-Kalyanji Anandji
Chorus

Lyrics(Based on audio link)
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dialogues
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(first male voice, second male voice, third male voice)

(Kahaan hai Allaah
Allaah hota to mujhe is tarah andhaa
Kar diyaa jaata?
Main desh ke liye lad rahaa hoon,
Anaathon, vidhwaaon ke lad rahaa hoon

Allaah apne bandon ka imtihaan leta hai
Allaah ka naam lo,
Thheek ho jaaoge!

Main Allaah ka naam kabhi nahin loonga!!

Naa lete huye bhi tumne Allaah ka naam le liya hai
ab uski rehmat ka karishmaa dekho!!

Masjid mein main hi Khuda hoon,
Girijon mein main hi Isaa,
Mahaveer, Budhh hoon main hi,
Mandir mein main hi moorat,
Jab jaisi jahaan zaroorat,
Waisi hi meri soorat…
)

Ho badhte hai jab jab paap dharti par
Paap mitaane aata hoon
Badhte hai jab jab paap dharti par
Paap mitaane aata hoon
Ek hoon main par
Naye naye roopon mein aata jaata hoon
Main hoon ek
Roop anek
Main hoon ek
Roop anek

Ban ke Kanhaiyya bansi bajaiyya
Prem ka raaz dikhaaya hai
Ban ke Budhh kabhi shuddh kiya man
Jag ko tyaag sikhaaya hai
Kabhi Mohammad ban ke basaaya
Makka aur madeene ko o
Isaa ban ke chhalni kiya
Maine kabhi apne seene ko
Naanak ban ke
Kabhi gyaan ke deep jalaane aata hoon
Ek hoon main par
Naye naye roopon mein aata jaata hoon
Main hoon ek
Roop anek
Main hoon ek
Roop anek

Kabhi Quraan
To Kabhi Bible
Kabhi Ved kabhi Geeta hoon
Kabhi hoon Mariam
Kabhi Yashoda
Kabhi Fateema
Seeta hoon
Mere naam ki de ke duhaayi
Jo logon ko ladaate hain
Wo hain bande dharm ke andhe
Wo na kabhi mujhe paate hain
Aata nahin ladaane ko main
Mel karaane aata hoon
Ek hoon main par
Naye naye roopon mein aata jaata hoon
Main hoon ek
Roop anek
Main hoon ek
Roop anek

Ho badhte hai jab jab paap dharti par
Paap mitaane aata hoon
Ek hoon main par
Naye naye roopon mein aata jaata hoon
Main hoon ek
Roop anek
Main hoon ek
Roop anek
Main hoon ek
Roop anek
Main hoon ek
Roop anek

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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हो बढतें है जब जब पाप धरती पर
पाप मिटाने आता हूँ
बढतें है जब जब पाप धरती पर
पाप मिटाने आता हूँ
एक हूँ मैं पर
नए नए रूपों में आता जाता हूँ
मैं हूँ एक
रूप अनेक
मैं हूँ एक
रूप अनेक

बन के कन्हैय्या बंसी बजैय्या
प्रेम का राज़ दिखाया है
बन के बुद्ध कभी शुद्ध किया मन
जग को त्याग सिखाया है
कभी मोहम्मद बन के बसाया
मक्का और मदीने को ओ
इसा बन के छलनी किया
मैंने कभी अपने सीने को
नानक बन के
कभी ज्ञान के दीप जलाने आता हूँ
एक हूँ मैं पर
नए नए रूपों में आता जाता हूँ
मैं हूँ एक
रूप अनेक
मैं हूँ एक
रूप अनेक

कभी कुरान
तो कभी बाइबल
कभी वेद कभी गीता हूँ
कभी हूँ मरियम
कभी यशोदा
कभी फातीमा
सीता हूँ
मेरे नाम की दे के दुहाई
जो लोगों को लड़ाते हैं
वो है बन्दे धर्म के अंधे
वो ना कभी मुझे पाते हैं
आता नहीं लड़ाने को मैं
मेल कराने आता हूँ
एक हूँ मैं पर
नए नए रूपों में आता जाता हूँ
मैं हूँ एक
रूप अनेक
मैं हूँ एक
रूप अनेक

हो बढतें है जब जब पाप धरती पर
पाप मिटाने आता हूँ
एक हूँ मैं पर
नए नए रूपों में आता जाता हूँ
मैं हूँ एक
रूप अनेक
मैं हूँ एक
रूप अनेक
मैं हूँ एक
रूप अनेक
मैं हूँ एक
रूप अनेक


This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, 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.

Blog Day : 4030 Post No. : 15149

Hullo to all in Atuldom

With today’s post/ song the concerned movie achieves “YYIIPPEEEEhood”- a word on the lines of adulthood; not found in any standard dictionary and a creation of this blog just like “atuldom” and “atulites”.

The movie debuted on the blog on 18th January, 2010 and has had a rather slow run on the blog. The movie itself was huge hit in its time with all its songs still on the minds and lips of HFM lovers. (I was a child and I am not sure if I have seen it in a movie hall but have seen it umpteen times on TV.) I am not going into the minute details about the movie and say that it was directed by Dev Anand for his home production. I will also not say that the songs were written by Anand Bakshi and R D Burman was the music director. But the minute the song is posted the reaction is going to be “yeh abhi baaki hai?!!!” This was the reaction to the previous post from this movie too. In fact, Guruji had wondered how that song had escaped from being posted all these years considering it was THE MOST POPULAR song from the movie. My answer to that query would be “so that we could have that wonderful post from you, Sirji.” And the bigger reaction will be “this movie is not yet YYIIPPEEEED!!!” That is why I say wonders don’t cease in this blog of ours.
We are revisiting “Hare Rama Hare Krishna” today. This movie had seven songs and six songs -one of them being a multi-version song- are already posted.

The details of the songs from the movie that have been covered earlier :-

S N Song Song number in blog Date of posting
1 Kaanchi re kaanchi re 2268 18-Jan-10
2 Phoolon ka taaron ka sabka kehna hai Multiple version song 2838 24-Aug-10
3 Dekho o deewaanon tum ye kaam na karo 5098 4-Dec-11
4 I love you kya khushi kya hai gham 9241 4-Jan-14
5 Dum maaro dum mit jaaye gham 14829 7-Jan-19

The reason to revisit the movie today, is to wish the romantic leading lady -Mumtaz- on her 72nd birthday. She has had a journey in Bollywood that started as child star, extra, heroines’ friend etc in A- grade movies as a teenager and heroine of stunt films with Dara Singh etc. Her first adult role was that of the hero Rajendra Kumar’s sister in “Gehra Daag”. She had to wait a long time before bursting on the top heroine slot. By the time she reached the heroine slot she had played a dancer- vamp etc in “Mere Sanam”, “Khandaan”, “Kaajal’’ etc. Possibly the first time her comic side made itself felt was as ‘Meena’ in Mehmood’s “Pyar Kiye Jaa”. Her best times started with “Boond Jo Ban Gayi Moti” where she was heroine to Jeetendra after which she paired him in movies like “Jigri Dost” “Khilona” “Ek Naari Ek Brahmachari” and some more with a guest appearance in “Humjoli”. First time she paired with Rajesh Khanna was in “Do Raaste” followed by “Bandhan” “Roti” “Aap Ki Kasam” etc. She paired opposite the Khan brothers – Feroz and Sanjay- in “Aadmi aur insaan” “Apradh” “Mela” “Dhadakan” “Upasana” etc. So, what I want to highlight here is that many male actors who were lead stars in the movies during the 60s, when Mumtaz played a nimble-footed dancer or second lead-heroine sought her in the 70s to be their main romantic lead; she played heroine to Rajendra Kumar in “Tangewala”. In her career that lasted till 1977 – “Aaina” with Rajesh Khanna was her last as a heroine when she took retirement from movies in favour of family life- she had acted with actors ranging from Dara Singh, Sunil Dutt, Sanjeev Kumar, Dharmendra, Jeetendra, Rajesh Khanna, Shashi Kapoor, Feroz and Sanjay Khan. She even did a movie with Amitabh Bachchan as her hero.

Let us wish our “Kaanchi” a long and healthy life. Wish you a very happy birthday Mumu a.k.a Mumtaz.


Song-Ho re ghunghroo ka bole (Hare Rama Hare Krishna)(1971) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

ae kaancha

haay re daiya
haay re mera
saajan woh kehlaaye
dekhte sab rah jaayen woh mera
haath pakad lai jaaye

ho re ghunghroo kaa bole
aisa ho woh aisa ho
mera ghunghta jo khole

ho re ghunghroo ka bole
aisa ho woh aisa ho
mera ghunghta jo khole
arre kora kora gora gora
baanka chhora saiyyaan mora
ho re ghunghroo ka bole re

jidhar se bhi guzar jaaye mera chitchor
ha aa mera chitchor
haay daiyya mach jaaye galiyon mein shor
jhaanke jharokhon se goriyaan
jidhar se bhi guzar jaaye mera chitchor
ha aa mera chitchor
haay daiya mach jaaye galiyon mein shor
jhaanke jharokhon se goriyaan
jo dekhe ye bole,
haay mera mann dole
ho jo dekhe ye bole
haay mera mann dole
ho re ghunghroo ka bole
aisa ho woh aisa ho
mera ghunghta jo khole
arre kora kora gora gora
baanka chhora saiyyaan mora
ho re ghunghroo ka bole re

mele mein akele mohe sang lai jaaye
mohe sang lai jaaye
kaanch ki pachrangi choodiyan pehnaaye
jhumke bhi lai de bazaar se
mele mein akele mohe sang lai jaaye
mohe sang lai jaaye
kaanch ki pachrangi choodiyaan pehnaaye
jhumke bhi lai de bazaar se
jab bole haan bole
na munh se na bole
ho jab bole haan bole
na munh se na bole
ho ho re ghunghroo ka bole
aisa ho woh aisa ho
mera ghunghta jo khole
arre kora kora gora gora
baanka chhora saiyyaan mora
ho re ghunghroo ka bole re

tere jaisa
haan uuu hun
tere jaisa nahin
tere jaisa nahin re
haa aa aisa nahin re
haay raama koi mere jaisa nahi re
hai koi toh aaye saamne
mera dil dhadka de
lat uljhi suljha de
ho mera dil dhadka de
lat uljhi suljha de
ho ho re ghunghroo ka bole
aisa ho wo aisa ho
mera ghunghta jo khole
arre kora kora gora gora
baanka chhora saiyan mora
ho re ghungharoo ka bole re


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Blog Day : 4014 Post No. : 15121

“Tulsi Vivaah”(1971) was was directed by Chandrakant for Tulsi Films, Bombay. The movie had Dara Singh, Jayshree Gadkar, Randhawa, Geetanjali, Abhi Bhattacharya, Aazaad, Anita Guha, Rajan Haksar etc in it.

This religious movie had fourteen songs in it. Two songs from the movie have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Tulsi Vivaah”(1971) to appear in the blog. this song is sung by Mahendra Kapoor and chorus. Kavi Pradeep is the lyricist. Music is composed by C Ramchandra.

The song is picrurised as a melancholic background song as Jayshree Gadkar (playing Tulsi) is shown suffering throughout the picturisation.


Song-Chalti phirti dukh ki kahaani teri bhi kya zindagaani (Tulsi Vivaah)(1971) Singer-Mahendra Kapoor, Lyrics-Pradeep, MD-C Ramchandra
Chorus

Lyrics

chalti phirti dukh ki kahaani
teri bhi kya zindgaani
o o chalti phirti dukh ki kahaani
teri bhi kya zindgaani
o o
dukh ki chita par jalti jawaani
teri bhi kya hai kahaani
aa aa aa aa
aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa

sir par tapasya ki bindiya lagaa kar
balidaan aankhon mein bhar ke
dharti ke upar preetam ki khaatir
jeeti hai tu mar mar ke
o o
kurbaani ki zinda nishaani
teri bhi kya hai kahaani
o o
chalti phirti dukh ki kahaani
teri bhi kya zindgani
aa aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa

haathon mein tere samarpan ke kangna
haathon mein tere samarpan ke kangna
pairon mein tyaag ki paayal
phir bhi o devi kya teri kismat
jeewan hai tera ghaayal
o o aansu mein doobi ghar ki raani
teri bhi kya hai kahaani
o o
chalti phirti dukh ki kahaani(aa aa aa aa)
teri bhi kya zindgaani (aa aa aa aa)
teri bhi kya zindgani(aa aa aa aa)
teri bhi kya zindagaani(aa aa aa aa)


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Blog Day :

4013 Post No. : 15120 Movie Count :

4153

“Ek Naari Ek Brahmchaari”(1971) was directed by K P atma for Jyoti Navshakti Combines, Bombay. This “social” movie had Jeetendra, Mumtaz, Sohrab Modi, Durga Khote, Jagdeep, Aruna Irani, Mukri, Mohan Choti, Brahmchaari, B B Bhalla, Polson, Birbal, Harinath Thakur, Vishnu Malhotra, Renu etc, with guest appearances by eshto Mukherji and Krishn Dhawan and special appearances by Shatrughan Sinha and Malka.

The movie had five songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Ek Naari Ek Brahmchaari”(1971) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Kishore Kumar. Hasrat Jaipuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shankar Jaikishan.

The song is picturised on Jeetendra and Mumtaz.

With this song, “Ek Naari Ek Brahmchaari”(1971) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Ye pyaar to milan hai (Ek Naari Ek Brahmchaari)(1971) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics (Sent by Prakashchandra)

ye pyaar to milan hai
yahaan milen wahaan milen
jahaan kaho jaise kaho wahaan milen
ye pyaar to milan hai
yahaan milen wahaan milen
jahaan kaho jaise kaho wahaan milen
ye pyar to milan hai

dekho na aise mujhko
kyun dil jala rahi ho
mauka hai pyaar ka ye
kyon door ja rahi ho
dekho na aise mujhko
kyon dil jala rahi ho
mauka hai pyaar ka ye
kyon door ja rahi ho
ye pyaar to milan hai
yahaan milen wahaan milen
jahaan kaho jaise kaho wahaan milen
ye pyaar to milan hai

koi janam ho gori
tujhko rahoonga pake
dharti ho ya gagan ho
tujhse miloonga aake
koi janam ho gori tujhko rahoonga pake
dharti ho ya gagan ho
tujhse miloonga aake
ye pyaar to milan hai
yahaan milen wahaan milen
jahaan kaho jaise kaho wahaan milen
ye pyaar to milan hai
yahaan milen wahaan milen
jahaan kaho jaise kaho wahaan milen
ye pyaar to milan hai
hai ae ae


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Blog Day : 4011 Post No. : 15118

“Ummeed”(1971), though described as a 1971 release in HFGK, appears to be a movie of early 1960s, which for some reasons was released late. This movie was directed by Nitin Bose for Rajan Films, Bombay. The movie had Ashok Kumar, Nanda, Joy Mukherji, Leela Naidu, Tarun Bose, Leela Mishra, Chandrima Bhaduri, Hazara Singh, Parashram, Husaain, Ravikant, Nazeer Kashmiri, Ramesh, Laxmi Chhaya, Jeewankala, Madhumati, Jankidas, Sabita Chatterji, Tunyun, Agha etc in it.

The movie had seven songs in it. Five songs have already been covered.

Today is the birth anniversary of Bimal Roy (12 july 1909- 8 january 1966). Bimal Roy directed some memorable movies like such as Do Bigha Zamin, Parineeta, Biraj Bahu, Madhumati, Sujata, Parakh, Bandini etc. All these movies are already YIPPEED in the blog.

Bimal Roy was also associated with some other movies in different capacities. For instance, he had edited “Ummeed”.

As a tribute to the famous Bimal Roy, here is a song from “Ummeed”(1971). The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Shakeel Badayuni is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ravi.

The song is picturised as a seduction song on Madhumati, with Tarun Bose playing the seductee.


Song-Thhodi si aur pee le (Ummeed)(1971) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Shakeel Badayuni, MD-Ravi

Lyrics

thhodi si aur pee le
o rangeele
phir allah hi allah
phir allah hi allah
allah hi allah khair wallah
haaye
thhodi si or pee le
o rangeele
phir allah hi allah
phir allah hi allah
allah hi allah
khair sallah haaye
thodi si aur pee le

kismat ne aaj teri mehfil sajaai hai
fasle bahar tere kadmon mein aayi hai
kismat ne aaj teri mehfil sajaai hai
fasle bahaar tere kadmom mein aayi hai
milti hai kisko aisi rang rangeeli raat wallah
thhodi si aur pee le
o rangeele
phir allah hi allah
phir allah hi allah
allah hi allah khair sallah haay haay
thhodi si aur pee le

shola hai tere aage
shabnam ko bhool ja
aaj apne hosh kho de
har gham ko bhool ja
saaqi se le le tu ik jaam badhaa ke haath wallaah
thhodi si aur pee le
o rangeele
phir allah hi allah
phir allah hi allah
allah hi allah khair sallah
thhodi si aur pee le

har shai pe aaj teri daulat ka raaz ho
kal kya ho kaun jaane
jo kuchh ho aaj ho
har shai pe aaj teri daulat ka raaz ho
kal kya ho kaun jaane
jo kuchh ho aaj ho
jeene ka maja lele maan le meri baat tu wallah
haay
thhodi si or pee le o rangeele
phir allah hi allah
phir allah hi allah
allah hi allah khair sallah
haay
thodi si aur pee le


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, 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.

Blog Day :

4000 Post No. : 15099

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2009-19) – Song No. 36
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Welcome all to this ‘pehli taarikh’ of July’2019. We look back to this day ‘ten years back’ in the blog. 01st July’2009 started in the blog with the song from ‘Khota Paisa-1958’, it was followed by a song from ‘Sanjog-1961’, third song of the day was from the 1959 movie ‘Chacha Zindabad’, next song was from the movie ‘Chhailaa Babu-1967’. Fifth song of that day came from 1970 – Man Ki Aankhen. The day was finally rounded off with a song from ‘Preet Ki Dori-1971’.

Today on 1 july 2019, we are starting our day in the blog with a song from the 1971 movie ‘Preet Ki Dori’ which made its debut in the blog on ths day ten years ago.

I am aware of the name of this movie because of HFGK Vol-V and our blog, otherwise I was totally in the dark about this movie. I had neither watched the movie nor heard any of the songs of this movie befoore preparing this post.

The song of ‘Preet Ki Dori-1971’ posted in the blog ten years ago is the only song from this movie covered so far inthe blog. Today’s song, second song from the movie is being posted after a full cycle of ten years 😊

Let us see the “Yippeeee” status for all the other movies whose songs were covered on 01.07.2009;

‘Khotaa Paisaa-1958’ – Not Yippeeee’d (04 of 07 songs posted)
‘Sanjog-1961’ – All Songs Covered
‘Chacha Zindabad-1959’- All Songs Covered
‘Chhailaa Babu-1967’ – All Songs Covered
‘Man Ki Aakhen-1970’-All Songs Covered
‘Preet Ki Dori-1971’ – Only 01 song posted

When I checked for the songs in this movie ‘Preet Ki Dori’, and went through the only song posted on the blog, I found that apart from the male version of this song ‘Milaa jo pyaar to ham pyaar ke qaabil na rahe’ which was discussed in the blog, this song also has a female version (which is also a ‘happy version’). However, on checking the HFGK Vol V I found that it does not mention this song in two versions, and the female version is treated as a different song. I request our editors and other knowledgeable readers to throw light on the same. My guess is that the tune is totally different and couple of words are different in the happy version and that could be the reason for this song being treated as s separate song in HFGK. If this Lata song is considered as second version of the first song posted, then with today’s song sung by Lata, all Lata Mangeshkar songs from this movie will be covered.

‘Preet Ki Dori-1971’ was directed by Satish Kumar for ‘K.S. Pictures, Bombay’. It was produced by Suraj Prakash Seth and presented by Krishna Kumari.

It had Tanuja, Ajay Sahni (Parishit Sahni), Bindu, Nazeer Hussain, Jeevan, Lalita Pawar, Asit Sen, Roopesh Kumar, Mohan Choti, Tuntun, Kumud, Mishrilal, Nikita, Maruti, Randhir, Santosh Kumar, Pal Sharma, Rajnath, Radheyshyam, Soni, Nazeer Kashmiri, Maqbool, Abu Bakar, Dalpat Kaka, Ajeet, N.Reddi, Paul Sharma and a parrot ‘Mitthoo’.

Story, Dialogues and Screenplay of this movie was written by R. Priya Darshi. Editing of this movie was done by Kamlakar.

This movie had total five songs written by Indeewar. Music for this movie was composed by Kalyanji-Anandji.

Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar have given their voices to the songs in this movie. All songs are solo songs where Asha Bhonsle and Lata Mangeshkar have two solos each and one solo song was by Kishore Kumar.

This movie was passed by the Censor Board on 25.09.1971.

Today’s song is sung by Lata Mangeshkar and it is lip synced by Tanuja on screen. Parikshit Sahni is also seen in the picturization of this lovely song as the lady sings for her beloved but hiding from him.

None of the songs of this movie seems to be popular, however they are nice songs to watch and listen.

While covering the first song from the movie, Atul ji had mentioned that the movie had flopped at the box office and that resulted in its songs not getting exposure and popularity with movie lovers.

Let us now enjoy today’s song. This movie is available online for watching. Nevertheless I request our knowledgeable readers, who may have watched this movie during its time to throw light on this movie.


Song-Preet ki dori sainyya tujh sang baandhi (Preet Ki Dori)(1971) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

preet ki dori ee ee ee
preet ki dori sainyya
tujh sang baandhi
tujh sang baandhi

preet ki dori ee ee ee
preet ki dori sainyya
tujh sang baandhi
tujh sang baandhi
ab kya barkhaa aa aa aa
ab kya aandhi
tujh sang baandhi dori
tujh sang baandhi
saat janam ka saath hai saajan
o o ho ho o
saat janam ka saath hai saajan
ye do din ki baat nahin hai
saans ke rehte toot sake jo
saans ke rehte toot sake jo
aisaa apna saath nahin hai
preet ki dori ee ee ee
preet ki dori sainyya
tujh sang baandhi
tujh sang baandhi

kangan to hai tan ka bandhan
ho o ho o o
kangan to hai tan ka bandhan
man ka bandhan preet ki dori
tod naa paayenge jagwaale
tod naa paayenge jagwaale
chor naa kar paayenge chori
preet ki dori ee ee ee
preet ki dori sainyya
tujh sang baandhi
tujh sang baandhi
ab kya barkhaa aa aa aa
ab kya aandhi
tujh sang baandhi dori
tujh sang baandhi

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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प्रीत की डोरी ई ई ई
प्रीत की डोरी सैंय्या
तुझ संग बांधी
तुझ संग बांधी

प्रीत की डोरी ई ई ई
प्रीत की डोरी सैंय्या
तुझ संग बांधी
तुझ संग बांधी
अब क्या बरखा आ आ आ
अब क्या आंधी
तुझ संग बांधी डोरी
तुझ संग बांधी
सात जनम का साथ है साजन
ओ ओ हो हो ओ
सात जनम का साथ है साजन
ये दो दिन की बात नहीं है
सांस के रहते टूट सके जो
सांस के रहते टूट सके जो
ऐसा अपना साथ नहीं है
प्रीत की डोरी ई ई ई
प्रीत की डोरी सैंय्या
तुझ संग बांधी
तुझ संग बांधी

कंगन तो है तन का बंधन
हो ओ हो ओ ओ
कंगन तो है तन का बंधन
मन का बंधन प्रीत की डोरी
तोड़ ना पायेंगे जगवाले
तोड़ ना पायेंगे जगवाले
चोर ना कर पायेंगे चोरी
प्रीत की डोरी ई ई ई
प्रीत की डोरी सैंय्या
तुझ संग बांधी
तुझ संग बांधी
अब क्या बरखा आ आ आ
अब क्या आंधी
तुझ संग बांधी डोरी
तुझ संग बांधी


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

Blog Day : 3963 Post No. : 15044

Songs Repeated in Hindi Films – 1
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Reading the title of the post, you must be wondering – “ये क्या हो रहा है?” (“What is this going on?”). This song – who says this song is not yet posted. Goodness, this film is yippeee’d long back. So why are we re-posting this song? Sudhir seems to have taken up certain vice (or vices) with unlikeable after effects. 😀 😀

Well, no and yes. No – I have not taken up any such vices 🙂 that may impair my abilities to make decisions about posting songs. And yes – this song, from film ‘Madhumati’ of 1958, is already posted here on our blog. The film ‘Madhumati’ made its debut here on 1st May, 2009. The eleven songs of this film made their appearances over the subsequent four plus years, and film was yippeee’d on 4th Jul, 2013. This song originally appeared on 3rd May, 2009. ‘Madhumati’ is a done deal.

Of course your question still remains – “ये क्या हो रहा है?”. The answer to that follows.

I will try to make the long story short. Beginning of this month, Bakshi ji and I were in Bombay, to attend the annual two day seminar titled ‘Cine Music Beyond Entertainment’, which is arranged by our friend Shri Kushal Gopalka, every year. In one of the post session discussions, I came to know about a very interesting anecdote. The session was on the life and work of music director Vasant Desai.

The anecdote is about the 1971 film ‘Guddi’. The Geet Kosh lists three songs for this film,

The first two songs are penned by Gulzar. The third is a traditional bhajan, written by Meerabai, one of the greatest saints of the Bhakti Movement in India, which originated in India in the eighth century AD. Meerabai, who belonged to the royal family of Mewar (in Rajasthan) spent her time here on this sub continent, in the fifteenth century AD. Music for these three songs is composed by Vasant Desai. All three songs are in the voice of Vani Jairam. When the film released in theaters, it had only these three songs in it.

Now, one of the supervisory activities that the producer and distributor staff undertake, especially in the first one or two weeks of the film exhibition, is that they go to select cinema halls where the film is being shown. They will be present in the hall as the film is being shown, and they will also mingle with the crowd during intermission and at the end of the film. The objective is to pick up and gather live feedback about the film from the audience. It helps them to make some choices and educated decisions about the future exhibition plans.

One thing that happened during this exercise was that the team gathered feedback that sounded negative. One part was the use of only one playback voice, and that too a very fresh debut. Plus the overall summary of live audience feedback sounded disheartening and negative. Immediate discussions happened involving Hrishikesh Mukherji, the producers (Rupam Chitra) and the distributors. One recommendation that came out of these discussions was to somehow modify the mix of songs in the film. It was felt that the bhajan song (of Meerabai) should go. What should replace it? How to create a new song for the film at a short notice? Please note that this description of events is for the very first one or two days after the release of the film.

One of the recommendations from the distributors was to include another song, preferably by Lata Mangeshkar. After quick discussions, it was decided to re-use the song of ‘Madhumati’. I really wonder how fast the decision and action taken process worked. Approvals were sought and taken – Bimal Roy’s estate, Salil Chowdhury et al. The team was reassembled, and the song was picturised. Apparently, the Meera bhajan was in the same setting in the film. At the party, Jaya Bhaduri is performing the Bhajan by Meerabai – “Hari Bin Kaise Jiyun Ri” – an expression of her waiting for Samit to come to the party. This song from ‘Madhumati’ fitted the emotional-expression criteria to the T.

The song was picturzed, it was edited into the film, replacing the bhajan, the censor certificate for revision to the film was applied for and taken. Multiple copies of the revised reel of the film was quickly processed and produced on emergency basis, and distributed to the theatres for immediate change to the film being shown. How fast this whole process worked – one may gauge the speed and success of this whole exercise from the fact that the revision appeared in the theatres before the first week of exhibition was complete, i.e. within the first 5 or 6 days only.

Now, interestingly, Vasant Desai was away from Bombay at that time. Important point to note is that this whole decision making and replacement process happened without the involvement of Vasant Desai, the music director.

Possibly many of our learned friends in this musical bandwagon may already be aware of this. I was not, so this was a startling discovery for me. I must add hurriedly that yes, I have seen this films, possibly more than once, but somehow I do not carry any memory of this song being present in this film.

The booklets of the film do not contain this song. And hence, the Geet Kosh also does not list this song. This song does not appear on the EPs/LPs of this film. This song has no other status in relation to this film, except that yes, it is included in the film. The credits at the beginning of the film remain unchanged. Vani Jairam is the only playback voice, and Vasant Desai is the sole music director. And so, the video of this song is the only evidence that this song is present in the film.

A very, very interesting episode. For me, it brought into very sharp focus, an idea that songs from earlier films are at times, re-used in later films. Before this discussion happened in Bombay, I was aware of one or two such instances. They were just interesting trivia in the mind. After this discussion highlighted this activity so sharply, an idea started to form in my mind. I started to search for more such instances. I searched through my own memory, I researched the remarks and footnotes in the Geet Kosh, and I discussed this with friends and collectors in our group and in my circle, trying to gather more information about such re-use of songs. And when I am able to gather a sizeable list, the thought came to the mind – this is a new series to discuss this very interesting facet of the Hindi film music.

As I am gathering information about such instances, I also became aware af the various modes of re-use. Yes, the re-use happens not only just ‘as is’, but there even are further variations on how this re-use may occur. As we proceed with the series, I will be highlighting and discussing these different re-use ‘styles’. It does make for a very interesting discussion.

And so, here is the first offering of this series. The song from ‘Madhumati’ of 1958 is re-used – as is, ditto, no change – 13 years later in ‘Guddi’ of 1971. Ah, I must correct myself. One change does happen. The original song in ‘Madhumati’ has three stanzas. The re-use version in ‘Guddi’ has only two stanzas. The first stanza of the ‘Madhumati’ version is left out.

This is the very first re-use ‘style’ – the song has been directly used and copied as is. No alterations, no additions, no other changes. Just get approvals, and simply insert the earlier song, as it fits into the storyline. This is the simplest form of re-use. I will be presenting more such instances moving forward.

So view this associated video clip, and listen to the original recording of this song, now being lip synced by Jaya Bhaduri. The scenario is so utterly different. The original setting in ‘Madhumati’ is mountains, forests, river and waterfall. The entire natural surroundings seem to be participating in the earlier picturization of the song. In this later ‘Guddi’ incarnation, this is just a song being sung at a party. The performer, very naturally, is just standing still, as the audience simply watches and waits for the song as it progresses. Absolutely minimal activity and movement in this scene.

Besides Jaya, we can also see Sumita Sanyal, Utpal Dutt and Vijay Sharma in the clip, as family members watching the impromptu performance. Samit Bhanj, for whose benefit and in whose wait, this song is being performed, is seen arriving at the party, just as the song gets started, and he thoughtfully waits just outside the entrance to the room, listening to the song being performed. Amongst the guests at the party, there are many familiar faces – of junior artists that are part of such scenes in films. But their names remain obscure.

Before I close this write-up, another very interesting aside. The film ‘Guddi’ has already been yippeee’d on our blog, as of 20th March, 2013. That is, as per the Geet Kosh list of songs. But now, we have one more additional song from this film. A repeat, but nonetheless another song that is part of this film, performed by the actor(s) in this film. Another cateogry called for – ‘yippeee+‘ – finding more songs in a film that are officially listed for the film. 😀 😀 I am sure there are more than one such instances earlier also, when songs for certain films have been posted that do not appear in the official list of songs.

So. . . starting this interesting journey of repeat songs in Hindi films. I hope this thread will interest you.

Song – Aaja Re Pardesi Main To Kab Se Khadi Is Paar  (Guddi) (1971) Singers – Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Shailendra, MD – Salil Chaudhry

Lyrics

aa jaa re. . . ae ae ae
pardesi

main to kab se khadi is paar
ye ankhiyaan thak gayin panth nihaar
aa jaa re. . . ae ae ae
pardesi
main to kab se khadi is paar
ye ankhiyaan thak gayin panth nihaar
aa jaa re. . .  pardesi

tum sang janam janam ke phere
bhool gaye kyun saajan mere
tum sang janam janam ke phere
bhool gaye kyun saajan mere
tadpat hoon main saanjh sawere oo oo
aa jaa re main to kab se khadi is paar
ye ankhiyaan thak gayin panth nihaar
aa jaa re. . . ae ae ae
pardesi

main nadiya phir bhi main pyaasi
bhed ye gehra baat zara si
main nadiya phir bhi main pyaasi
bhed ye gehra baat zara si
bin tere har saans udaasi oo oo
aa jaa re main to kab se khadi is paar
ye ankhiyaan thak gayin panth nihaar
aa jaa re. . . ae ae ae
pardesi

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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आ जा रे॰ ॰ ॰ ए ए ए
परदेसी

मैं तो कब से खड़ी इस पार
ये अखियाँ थक गईं पंथ निहार
आ जा रे॰ ॰ ॰ ए ए ए
परदेसी
मैं तो कब से खड़ी इस पार
ये अखियाँ थक गईं पंथ निहार
आ जा रे॰ ॰ ॰ ए ए ए
परदेसी

तुम संग जनम जनम के फेरे
भूल गए क्यों साजन मेरे
तुम संग जनम जनम के फेरे
भूल गए क्यों साजन मेरे
तड़पत हूँ मैं साँझ सवेरे ओ ओ
आ जा रे मैं तो कब से खड़ी इस पार
ये अखियाँ थक गईं पंथ निहार
आ जा रे॰ ॰ ॰ ए ए ए
परदेसी

मैं नदिया फिर भी मैं प्यासी
भेद ये गहरा बात ज़रा सी
मैं नदिया फिर भी मैं प्यासी
भेद ये गहरा बात ज़रा सी
बिन तेरे हर सांस उदासी
आ जा रे मैं तो कब से खड़ी इस पार
ये अखियाँ थक गईं पंथ निहार
आ जा रे॰ ॰ ॰ ए ए ए
परदेसी


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