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Blog Day : 3649 Post No. : 14489

Long long ago, K L Saigal sahab had sung about a bungalow. “Ek Bangla Baney Nyaara“. In that song Saigal sahab fantasized about living in a bungalow with his family.

Four four decades, no other hindi song coveting a Bungalow came about. It was in 1977 that another Bungalow song came about. This time it is a lady who fantasises about living in a bungalow. Unlike Saigal sahab, she is not willing to share it with her kunba though. She wants to share it only with her balma who must be anaadi enough to agree to share his bungalow and gaadi with her. 🙂

This song is from “Aap Ki Khaatir”(1977). This movie was directed by Shudhendu Roy for Indu Pictures, Bombay. This social movie had Vinod Khanna, Rekha, Nadira, Helen, Kuljeet Singh Macmohan, Tuntun, Tarun Ghosh, Piloo Wadia, Subrat Mahapatra, Birbal, V Gopal, Mamaji, Dhanna lal, Manmauji, Madhup Sharma with guest appearances by Asrani, Sonia Sahni, Om Shivpuri, Merad and Janki Das.

This song has six songs in it. One song “Bambai Se Aaya Mera Dost ” became a suprise hit and drowned out the other songs from the movie. That one song is the only song from the movie to appear in the blog.

Here is this second song from ‘Aap Ki Khaatir’ (1977) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata with humming by Bappi Lahiri. Shailly Shailendra is the lyricist. Music is composed by Bappi Lahiri. The song is picturised on Rekha and Vinod Khanna.

Audio

Video

Song-Pyaara ek bangla ho bangle mein gaadi ho (Aap Ki Khaatir)(1977) Singers-Lata, Bappi Lahiri, Lyrics-Shaily Shailendra, MD-Bappi Lahiri

Lyrics

pyaara ek banagla ho
bangle mein gaadi ho
gadi mein mere sang
hmm
balma anaadi ho

pyaara ek bangla ho
bangle mein gaadi ho
gadi mein mere sang balma anaadi ho ho
duniya phir hum se jalegi
jhuk ke humen bhi salaam karegi ee ee
hmm
pyaara ek bangla ho
bangle mein gaadi ho
gaadi mein mere sang balma anaadi ho ho ho

saare jahaan ki khushiyaan
sainya pe ae vaar doongi
jo de sake na koi
itna aa pyaar doongi
naukaron ke hote khaana khud banaaun
chay bhi apne haathon se pilaaun oon oon oon oon
hmm
pyaara ek banagla ho
bangle mein gaadi ho
gadi mein mere sang balma anaadi ho ho ho

hey
ho
hey ae ho o
hey ae
ho
hey ae ho

garmi ke din jo hon to
kashmir chale jaayen
o o o o
garmi ke din jo hon to
kashmir chale jaayen
rangeen waadiyon mein
ja ke ae kho jaayen
jharnon ki tarah hum jhoome naache gaayen
aur phulo ke sang mein hum bhi muskurayen
aen aen aen
hmm
pyaara ek banagla ho
bangle mein gaadi ho
gadi me mere sang balma anaadi ho ho ho

lalalalaala
hmm hmm hhm hmm hm
lalalalaala
hmm hmm hhm hmmm hmm

he he
ho ho
hahaha
he he
ho ho
lalalalala

barish ka ho jo mausam chhaata aa laal le loon
chhaata bhi uddh jo jaaye paani mein kheloon
bijuri chamke main darr jaaun
saiyaa ji ki baaho mein main chhup jaaun
oon oon oon oon
hmm
pyaara ek banagla ho
bangle me gaadi ho
gaadi mein mere sang balma anaadi ho ho
duniya phir hum se jalegi
jhuk ke humen bhi salaam karegi ee ee
hmm
pyaara ek banagla ho
bangle me gaadi ho
gadi mein mere sang balma anaadi ho
lalalalalala
lalalalalala
lalalalala
lalalalalala
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
ho ho ho ho ho
hmm hmm hm hmm
hmm hm hm hmm
lalalalala
aahahahahah
hmm hmm hmm

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

Blog Day : 3624 Post No. : 14445

Greetings to dear Atul ji, and best wishes for many many happy returns of today.

The 1977 film ‘Chhaila Baabu’ is joining the ‘Yippeee Club’ of movies or ‘movies having all their songs covered’ on the blog. Indeed, a long wait for me and particularly for this song which was the first that I shared when I was still only a ‘year-old’ contributor on the blog. Other songs of this movie which I shared later were lucky and got posted before the today’s song. This song is the one which I cannot forget since my childhood, may be because this being a ‘mother-son’ song. I must be 9-10 years old when I had watched this movie with my parents in my childhood.

The part-I of this song and even the part-II is on screen performed by Achala Sachdev whom we mainly remember for playing a mother or thereafter grandmother in Yash Raj films. When I glance through the list of the films she acted in I realized that I have watched many of them but cannot recollect now.

Also I found that not much information is available about her on the domain (except there is page on wiki about her) and mainly other articles which were posted after she passed away on 30.12.2012 , and about how she was ignored by the film personalities in her last days. May be our seniors can do a detailed post on her with one of the songs performed by her on screen. Or maybe it is there and I am not aware, if so, please forgive me.

As I am not aware of her initial films and whether she got a lead role or second lead and if at all there are any songs which she performed on screen, except the another one, that I know, is from the 1970 film ‘Heer Ranjha’, where all the Bhabhi’s dance on their devar’s (Rajkumar’s) marriage preparations – ‘Naache Ang Ve . . .’ a beautiful composition by Madan Mohan ji.

Achala Sachdev was born in Peshawar (now in Pakistan) on 3rd May 1920. She acted in over 130 films (as per info on wiki). She began her filmi career with ‘Fashionable Wife’ in 1938 and ‘Na Tum Jaano na Ham’ (2002) was her last film. She died on April 30, 2012 at Pune. She was 91 then.

The move ‘Chhaila Babu’ was Produced by Shomu Mukherjee and Directed by Joy Mukherjee. It was a ‘suspense thriller’. It had Rajesh Khanna in title role of ‘Chhaila Babu’, accompanied by Zeenat Aman, Asrani, Ranjeet, Padma Khanna, Achala Sachdev, Macmohan, P Jairaj, Ravindra Kapoor and Om Shivpuri. Since in my earlier write ups about the songs of this movie I have already mentioned about the details of this movie and my nostalgia associated with its’ songs, and so I will not repeat it here.

But something that I would like to mention here is about Joy Mukherjee as a ‘director’ of this movie. Earlier I had read about his directing the movie ‘Humsaaya’ (1968), but I had forgotten about it. Though I must mention here that I had watched many of Joy Mukherjee’s movie in my teen years when I was studying in 11th -12th. And I liked all his movies very much and have watched them repeatedly; especially ‘Shagird’ (1967), ‘Phir Wohi Dil Laaya Hoon’ (1963), ‘Door Ki Aawaaz’ (1964), and ‘Love In Tokyo’ (1966). In those days i.e. 1983-85, old movie were still being screened in theatres sometime in four shows or noon shows only and they used to run packed houses. Specially in the city of Akola (Maharashtra) (CP & Berar circuit for movies) many old movies used to run packed houses and I watched many old movies during those years there. ‘Ziddi’ (1964) I think I watched on Doordarshan.

I got the VCD of ‘Ek Baar Muskuraa Do’ (1972) just four-five years back from an ‘online’ store. Then I had also watched ‘Love in Shimla’ (1960) during my school days during the weekly screening of movie in our ‘colony recreation club’. And its song Alif Zabar Aa Alif Zer Ae Alif Pesh O ’ has been in my memory since then. I do not remember correctly now if I had watched his ‘Ek Musaafir Ek Haseena’ (1962), but since I have the cassette of this movie, as I like the songs of this movie very much, and maybe I had watched some of its songs on TV, it also remains one of my favorites.

Coming to the songs of his movies – which was another main factor for me to watch his movies repeatedly. Our in house Encyclopedia Shri Arun ji had already done a detailed post on Joy Mukherjee here , while presenting a song from his movie ‘Love In Bombay’ (2013(1971)). This was Joy’s third directorial venture after ‘Humsaaya’ & ‘Chhaila Babu’.

HFGK Vol V mentions that today’s song in three parts and it noted down the first part as a ‘happy version’, whereas from the song one can guess and take it as a ‘sad song’ or ‘missing the beloved song. The first part in its picturization shows the mother (Achala Sachdev) remembering the ‘happy memories’ while singing this song searching for her lost son (Rajesh Khanna). And the in the second part while only the ‘mukhda’ of the first version is repeated only, the third part is in the voice of Kishore Kumar and starts with different lines. However, since HFGK mention this song in three version it was required to watch this movie again and clear the confusion.
[Ed Note: In this presentation, the parts 2 and 3, as mentioned in HFGK, are together presented as part II, as per the video clips.]

When Atul ji was in a ‘Yippeeee’ mode again during the first four months of this year I had sent him reminder for this song and also with a request to throw light on this song if possible. Finally, a week before I watched this movie online (most uncomfortable way to watch a movie for me, but then … we have to 😊).

The 1st part of the song is where the mother, Achala Sachdev is searching for her son, who ‘bachpan mein bichhad gaya’. It includes flashback of the mother-child playing – ‘happy memories’ included 😊. Now when this child grows up as Rajesh Khanna, he remembers this song and use to sing it on the ‘mouth organ’ gifted to him by his mother on his birthday. The second part of Lata for this song is only a repeat of first few lines of the earlier part 1 of this song. And the third part is the Kishore Kumar version of this song, in which the mother-son get re-united.

The earlier songs from the movie are posted on our blog, as per the details given below;

Song Title Post Date
 Yaar dildaar tujhe kaisa chaahiye  08.12.2008
 Kal raat sadak par ik ladki  29.12.2014
 Hamko nikaaloge ghar se sajan pachhtaaoge  04.02.2015
 Main Baaboo Chhailaa  29.12.2017

Let us now listen and enjoy the today’s song. . . “Chhaila Mera Chhaila”.

 

Part I (Lata Solo)

Part II (Lata – Kishore Duet)

Song – Chhaila Mera Chhaila (Chhaila Babu) (1977) Singer – Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics – Anand Bakshi, MD – Laxmikant Pyaarelal

Lyrics

Part I

chhaila mera chhaila
chhaila mera chhaila
maa ko badaa sataaye
aangan mein chhup jaaye
kho jaaye to kya ho mere raam

chhaila mera chhaila
maa ko badaa sataaye
aangan mein chhup jaaye
kho jaaye to kya ho mere raam
chhaila mera chhaila

shaam savere mere naina
dhoondhte rahe
kahaan hai kahaan hai
kahaan hai kahaan hai
sabse poochhte rahe
kahaan hai kahaan hai
sabse poochhte rahe
aa ke peechhe
aankhen meeche
aanchal kheenche mera ghanshyam
chhaila mera chhaila
chhaila mera chhaila

deewaani huyi main aisa laage
laage re mohe
jisko dekhoon chhaila jaisa laage re mohe
jisko dekhoon chhaila jaisa laage re mohe
bichhda hai jo
mil jaaye to
vyaakul mann ko aa jaaye aaraam
chhaila mera chhaila
chhaila mera chhaila
maa ko badaa sataaye
aangan mein chhup jaaye
kho jaaye to kya ho mere raam
chhaila mera chhaila
chhaila mera chhaila
chhaila mera chhaila

Part II

chhaila mera chhaila
chhaila mera chhaila
chhaila mera chhaila
chhaila mera chhaila
mera chhaila
mera chhaila
chhaila
chhaila
chhaila

naa ro maa naa ro
sun li hain maine
teri pukaar
teri pukaar
aaj mila hai
waapas maa bete ko
khoya pyaar
khoya pyaar
duniya saari
tujhse haari
maa tu jeeti ye jeewan sangraam
chhaila tera chhaila
chhaila tera chhaila

chhaila tera chhaila
chhaila tera chhaila

jee chaahe main
tere charnon mein
sar rakh ke roun
sar rakh ke roun
aa jaaye waapas
bachpan main teri
god mein soun
god mein soun
phir na kabhi main tujhko sataaun
tujhe manaaun
maa tujhko parnaam

chhaila tera chhaila
chhaila tera chhaila
chhaila tera chhaila
chhaila tera chhaila
chhaila tera chhaila
chhaila tera chhaila

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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भाग १

छैला मेरा छैला
छैला मेरा छैला
माँ को बड़ा सताए
आँगन में छुप जाए
खो जाए तो क्या हो मेरे राम

छैला मेरा छैला
छैला मेरा छैला
माँ को बड़ा सताए
आँगन में छुप जाए
खो जाए तो क्या हो मेरे राम

शाम सवेरे मेरे नैना
ढूढ़ते रहे
कहाँ है कहाँ है
कहाँ है कहाँ है
सबसे पूछते रहे
कहाँ है कहाँ है
सबसे पूछते रहे
आ के पीछे
आँखें मिचे
आँचल खींचे
मेरा घनश्याम
छैला मेरा छैला
छैला मेरा छैला

दीवानी हुई मैं ऐसा लागे
लागे रे मोहे
जिसको देखूं छैला जैसा लागे रे मोहे
जिसको देखूं छैला जैसा लागे रे मोहे
बिछड़ा है जो
मिल जाए तो
व्याकुल मन को आ जाए आराम
छैला मेरा छैला
छैला मेरा छैला
माँ को बड़ा सताए
आँगन में छुप जाए
खो जाए तो क्या हो मेरे राम

छैला मेरा छैला
छैला मेरा छैला
छैला मेरा छैला

भाग २

छैला मेरा छैला
छैला मेरा छैला
छैला मेरा छैला
छैला मेरा छैला
मेरा छैला
मेरा छैला
छैला
छैला
छैला

ना रो माँ ना रो
सुन ली हैं मैंने तेरी पुकार
तेरी पुकार
आज मिला है
वापस माँ बेटे को
खोया प्यार
खोया प्यार
दुनिया सारी
तुझसे हारी
माँ तू जीती ये जीवन संग्राम
छैला तेरा छैला
छैला तेरा छैला

छैला तेरा छैला
छैला तेरा छैला

जी चाहे मैं
तेरे चरणों में
सर रख के रोऊँ
सर रख के रोऊँ
आ जाए वापस
बचपन मैं तेरी
गोद में सोऊं
गोद में सोऊं
फिर न कभी मैं तुझको सताऊं
तुझे मनाऊं
माँ तुझको प्रणाम
छैला तेरा छैला
छैला तेरा छैला
छैला तेरा छैला
छैला तेरा छैला
छैला तेरा छैला
छैला तेरा छैला


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 : 3588 Post No. : 14341

झर गए पात
बिसर गई टहनी॰ ॰ ॰

One of his most well known poems. It tells of the in depth vision of this poet’s mind that has explore the sensitivities of the human mind and this existence. He passed away day before yesterday, on a Sunday afternoon. Went in for a post lunch nap, never to rise again – as simple as that. He was 87.

Born as Nandram Das Bairagi on 10th February, 1931, in Rampura village of district Mandsaur in Madhya Pradesh, he had a penchant for writings songs and poems right from his teen years. The manner in which he strung together his verses, and then the way in which he presented them, made him a popular poet at kavi sammelans and cultural programs. People were drawn to this very young man whose words of romanticism, and the social and philosophical messaging brought him to limelight quite early in life. Once at such a gathering, the local candidate for an upcoming election anointed him with the name ‘Balkavi’, and this name then became his signature for life. [This episode is attributed to Kailashnath Katju, a candidate belonging to the Congress party.]

The association with this political outfit became stronger as he moved into election politics. In 1968 he was elected to the Madhya Pradesh Assembly. He won again in 1980, and was a minister in the cabinet till 1984. From 1984 to 1989 he was a member of the Lok Sabha. After this, he was also a member of the Rajya Sabha from 1998 to 2004.

In his heydays, he wrote occasional songs for films, in the decades of 1960s and 1970s. His first film as a songwriter is ‘Gogola’ from 1966. The duet “Zara Keh Do Fizaaon Se Hamen Itna Sataayen Na. . .” became quite popular. Not only had he the ability to write such romantic verses, but also to create such comedy songs as “Bori Bunder Se Borivali, Dekh Li Maine Gali Gali”, also from the same film.  He has written about 40 songs for the following films (as per Geet Kosh listings),

  • Gogola (1966)
  • Do Boond Paani (1971)
  • Reshma Aur Shera (1971)
  • Veer Chhatrsaal (1971)
  • Achhaa Bura (1972)
  • Kshitij (1974)
  • Rani Aur Lalpari (1975)
  • Jaadu Tona (1977)
  • Pal Do Pal Ka Saath (1978)
  • Azaadi Pachchees Baras Ki (UR)
  • Chautha Paalna (UR)
  • Mausam Badla Hai (UR)

His best known and most popular creation is “Tu Chanda Main Chaandni. . .” from ‘Reshma Aur Shera’, that is tuned by Jaidev. In ‘Veer Chhatrasaal’, he worked with SN Tripathi and in ‘Rani Aur Lalpari’, he teamed up with Vasant Desai. His verses from ‘Veer Chhatrasaal’ are poetic gems – “Nimbuwa Pe Aao Mere Ambuba Pe Aao…”, “Gauri Raat Guzaar Do Kar Chakvi Se Baat…”, and “Jaga Rahe Ghanghor Nagaade Bula Rahi Hai Ranbheri…”. His songs in the normal B grade horror film ‘Jaadu Tona’ are way beyond the quality of the film – “Har Sannata Kuchh Kehta Hai, Har Khamoshi Kuchh Gaati Hai. . .” and “Saanwri Saloni Jamna Ka Jeevan, Ganga Ki Umar Paaye Tu. . .”.

Today I present this unusual philosophical song of love from the film ‘Jaadu Tona’ (1977). The music is composed by Hemant Bhosle. The singing voices are of Yesudas and Asha Bhosle. A poignant and curious exchange on the topic of love, that talks not of birds and roses, but tells the tales of silences and the conversations of mind. Well composed in a slow pace for the mood of the song, and equally well rendered by Asha ji and Yesudas.

Bidding goodbye to the poet of simple verses and deep insights. RIP Balkavi Bairaagi ji.

झर गए पात
बिसर गई टहनी
करूण कथा जग से क्या कहनी॰ ॰ ॰

[Ed Note: This song replaces the earlier posted song at this post no. – “Andhe Safar Mein Hum Bhi Tum Bhi”. The earlier song was duplicated, having already been posted before.]

Song – Har Sannaata Kuchh Kehta Hai  (Jaadu Tona) (1977) Singer – Yesudas, Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Balkavi Bairaagi, MD – Hemant Bhosle
Yesudas + Asha Bhosle

Lyrics

har sannaata kuchh kehta hai
har khaamoshi kuchh gaati hai
kuchh awaazen aisi bhi hain
jo mann hi mann takraati hain
har sannaata kuchh kehta hai
har khaamoshi kuchh gaati hai
kuchh awaazen aisi bhi hain
jo mann hi mann takraati hain
har sannaata kuchh kehta hai
har khaamoshi kuchh gaati hai

wo sapnon mein bhi aate hain
to khushboo si chhaa jaati hai
us waqt ka aalam kya hoga
jab baahon mein aa jaayenge
andaaz lagaane waale hi
andaaz lagaaya karte hain
aksar gumsum sapne hi
awaaz lagaaya karte hain
har sannaata kuchh kehta hai
har khaamoshi kuchh gaati hai
kuchh awaazen aisi bhi hain
jo mann hi mann takraati hain
har sannaata kuchh kehta hai
har khaamoshi kuchh gaati hai

is aag se jo takraata hai
ye aag usey pee jaati hai
is aag ko jo pee jaata hai
kehte hain khuda ho jaata hai
do chaar gunaahon ki hasrat
chhoti si tamanna maafi ki
insaan hi rehne do mujhko
mujhko na khuda kehlaana hai
jab sannaate kuchh kehte hain
jab khaamoshi kuchh gaati hai
kehte hain khuda ki haalat bhi
kuchh aisi hi ho jaati hai
jab sannaate kuchh kehte hain
jab khaamoshi kuchh gaati hai

 

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हर सन्नाटा कुछ कहता है
हर खामोशी कुछ गाती है
कुछ आवाज़ें ऐसी भी हैं
जो मन ही मन टकराती हैं
हर सन्नाटा कुछ कहता है
हर खामोशी कुछ गाती है
कुछ आवाज़ें ऐसी भी हैं
जो मन ही मन टकराती हैं
हर सन्नाटा कुछ कहता है
हर खामोशी कुछ गाती है

वो सपनों में भी आते हैं
तो खुशबू सी छा जाती है
उस वक़्त का आलम क्या होगा
जब बाहों में आ जाएंगे
अंदाज़ लगाने वाले ही
अंदाज़ लगाया करते हैं
अक्सर गुमसुम सपने ही
आवाज़ लगाया करते हैं
सन्नाटा कुछ कहता है
हर खामोशी कुछ गाती है
कुछ आवाज़ें ऐसी भी हैं
जो मन ही मन टकराती हैं
हर सन्नाटा कुछ कहता है
हर खामोशी कुछ गाती है

इस आग से जो टकराता है
ये आग उसे पी जाती है
इस आग को जो पी जाता है
कहते हैं खुदा हो जाता है
दो चार गुनाहों की हसरत
छोटी सी तमन्ना माफी की
इन्सान ही रहने दो मुझको
मुझको खुदा ना कहलाना है
जब सन्नाटे कुछ कहते हैं
जब खामोशी कुछ गाती है
कहते हैं खुदा की हालत भी
कुछ ऐसी ही हो जाती है
जब सन्नाटे कुछ कहते हैं
जब खामोशी कुछ गाती है


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Blog Day : 3549 Post No. : 14242

Shashi Kapoor, after the success of “Chor Machaaye Shor”(1974) was in great demand among producers. Shashi Kapoor signed up indiscriminately to work in all the movie offers that came his way. He had nearly seventy films with him at one stage. Top actors those days gave “dates” to shoot with producers by “shifts”, Shashi Kapoor used to shoot by hours, that is how busy he was.

“Chakkar Pe Chakkar”(1977) was one of those seventy odd movies that Shashi Kapoor had signed up for in the wake of the success of “Chor Machaaye Shor”(1974).

“Chakkar Pe Chakkar”(1977) was directed by Ashok Roy for Bipin Films International, Bombay. This “social” movie had Shashi Kapoor, Rekha, Pran, Madan Puri, Naaz, Amjad Khan, Bindu, Asrani, Raza Murad, Lalita Pawar, Bhagwan, Rajesh Behl, Tarun Ghosh, Bhushan Tiwari, Maruti, Ranveer Raaj, Dhanraj, Ram Mohan, Dilip Dutt, Viju Khote, Shekhar Purohit, Sudhir, Ram Mohan, Leena Das, Paresh Nanda, Rajan Haksar etc in it.

The movie had five songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Chakkar Pe Chakkar”(1977) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Kishore Kumar and Asha Bhonsle. Verma Malik is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji anandji.

The song is picturised on Shashi Kapoor and Rekha as an expression of love genre of song.

With this song, “Chakkar Pe Chakkar”(1977) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Arre kahaan kahaan kis kis din kis kis waqt pe aaoge (Chakkar Pe Chakkar)(1977) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Verma Malik, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

arre kahaan kahaan kis kis din
kis kis waqt pe aaoge
kahaan kahaan kis kis din
kis kis waqt pe aaoge
jahaan jahaan jis jis din
jab jab mujhe bulaaoge
tum jab jab mujhe bulaaoge

ae kahaan kahaan kis kis din
kis kis wakt pe aaoge
haan jahaan jahaan jis jis din
jab jab mujhe bulaaoge
tum jab jab mujhe bulaaoge

jab mere honthon se
teri yaad lipat jaaye
jab mere honthon se
teri yaad lipat jaaye
aur pyaar dard ban ke
mere dil mein simat jaaye
ho dard tera baant loon main
dard tera baant loon main
jab jab aawaaz lagaaoge
jahaan jahaan jis jis din
jab jab mujhe bulaaoge
tum jab jab mujhe bulaaoge

meri do aankhon mein
har sapna tera ho
meri do aankhon mein
har sapna tera ho
ye raat thahar jaaye
na iska sawera ho
ho

arre sapnon ki baaton ko
sapnon ki baaton ko
kya sach kar ke dikhlaaoge
jahaan jahaan jis jis din
jab jab mujhe bulaaoge
tum jab jab mujhe bulaaoge

arre kahaan kahaan kis kis din
kis kis waqt par aaoge
haan jahaan jahaan jis jis din
jab jab mujhe bulaaoge
jab jab mujhe bulaaoge


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Blog Day : 3546 Post No. : 14232

“Chaalu Mera Naam”(1977) was produced by B C Deora and directed by Krishna Naidu. This movie had Mahendra Sandhu, Vidya Sinha, Vinod Mehra, Deven Verma, Madan Puri, Helen, Maruti etc in it.

This low budget “chaalu” movie had had four songs in it. Here is the first song from “Chaalu Mera Naam”(1977) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Rafi and Asha Bhonsle. Verma Malik is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji.

The song is picturised as a nok jhonk teasing song on Vinod Mehra and Vidya Sinha.

With this song, “Chaalu Mera Naam”(1977) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Ruk ruk meri raani (Chaalu Mera Naam)(1977) Singers-Rafi, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Verma Malik, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

ae ae ae ruk
u u u
aah ruk
arre ja ja

arre ruk ruk ruk meri raani ee ee ee ee
ruk ruk meri raani
ruk ruk meri raani
meri raani o deewaani
o deewaani kahaan chali
dil tod tod ke
dil tod tod ke
dil tod tod ke
dil tod tod ke

chal foot beimaan
chal foot beimaan
beimaan o naadaan
mere pieechhe kyun pada hai
haath jod jod ke
haath jod jod ke
haath jod jod ke
haath jod jod ke

ruk ruk meri raani
meri raani o deewaani

tera mera yaaraana
barson ka hai puraana
puraana
tera mera yaaraana
barson ka hai puraana puraana
baaton mein teri dhokha
jaane hai saara zamaana zamaana
baaton mein teri dhokha
jaane hai saara zamaana

sun meri jaan
o sun meri jaan main kurbaan
aise rootho na dekho
mukh mod mod ke
mukh mod mod ke
mukh mod mod ke
mukh mod mod ke
chal foot beimaan
he chal foot beimaan
beimaan o naadaan
mere peechhe kyun pada hai
haath jod jod ke
haath jod jod ke
hath jod jod ke
haath jod jod ke

ruk ruk meri raani
meri raani o deewaani

tu pyaar kare gairon se
aur mujhse kare bahaana bahaana
pyaar kare gairon se
aur mujhse kare bahaana bahaana

jaan luta di tujhpe
tu samjhe mujhe begaana begaana
jaan luta di tujhpe
tu samjhe mujhe begaana
dekh teri gali
dekh teri gali main chhodke chali
mujhe yaad karoge
sar phod phod ke
sar phod phod ke
haath jod jod ke
haath jod jod ke

ruk ruk meri raani
o ruk ruk meri raani
meri raani o diwaani
o diwaani kahaan chali
dil tod tod ke
dil tod tod ke
mere peechhe kyun pada hai
haath jod jod ke
haath jod jod ke

dil tod tod ke
dil tod tod ke
haath jod jod ke
dil tod tod ke haaye


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 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 : 3525 Post No. : 14162

Hullo Atuldom

Remembering today a producer- director who started his career in Bollywood in the year 1948. Our in-house encyclopaedia has already enlightened us that this was as a writer for an AR Kardar film of Filmistan. The other Filmistan movies that carry his name as writer are ‘Anarkali’ (1953), ‘Munimji’ (1955), and ‘Paying Guest’ (1957).

Recently Zee Classic ran a series which was hosted by the writer-lyricist Javed Akhtar called ‘Classic Legends’ which tried to give an insider’s view on the legendary film personalities. I happened to see the episode which featured this writer- producer- director or to put it in one phrase “Film Maker”.  Javed Saab talked about the various genres under which films are made in India and said that this particular film-maker made movies in a genre called ‘Rom-Com Musical’.

The person whom we are remembering today on his 15th death anniversary – Nasir Hussain, was one who thought up this kind of entertaining movies. But then we had ample doses of romance and comedy in all movies made in India and music is a must for our movies be they suspense thrillers or murder mysteries, or even vendetta movies.

Nasir Hussain gave us all these ingredients in equal measure in many of his movies. So, what if ‘Yaadon Ki Baarat’ (1973) was vendetta of a boy who witnessed his parents’ murder. We still had seven songs in the movie of which 3 were romantic. Similarly, ‘Teesri Manzil’ (1966) had Asha Parekh trying to solve her sister’s death – so, it can be called a murder mystery. This movie too had 6 songs of which 2 were pure romantic numbers and one was a total comedy, in addition to all the situational comedy that kept occurring through the movie. Then he also made movies where the family gets separated in the first few minutes and then the poor protagonist -simply put ‘the hero’ – goes through the paces of the movie trying to look for his lost mother or father, wooing the wealthy heiress, singing a few songs in the process etc. Almost all of Nasir Hussain’s movies followed the same story in the sixties. He changed his storyline somewhat for ‘Caravan’ (1971) and ‘Bahaaron Ke Sapne’ (1967), later on in the mid-eighties we had ‘Manzil Manzil’ (1984) with the story of a separated family coming back together in the climax. The later part of the seventies had two Nasir Hussain movies with only romance and songs as their backbone – ‘Hum Kisise Kam Nahin’ (1977) and ‘Zamaane Ko Dikhana Hai’ (1981).

There were a few constants in Nasir Saab’s movies namely – Majrooh Sultanpuri, Asha Parekh, Rajendranath, and a character that used to walk-in swinging a racquet calling himself Subodh Mukherjee. Of course, from the 1966 ‘Teesri Manzil’ RD Burman was his constant for music direction, an association that lasted for almost 19 years till the 1984 ‘Zabardast’. Even when his son Mansoor Khan took over the direction of movies of Nasir Hussain Films ‘Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak’ (1988) and ‘Jo Jeeta Wahi Sikandar’ (1992) Nasir Saab continued to write the script and dialogues. He was possibly the first to have back-to-back songs or four songs-in-a-row kind of situations – remember “Megha Re Bole Ghanan Ghanan” and “Bade Hain Dil Ke Kaale” (film ‘Dil Deke Dekho’, 1959). “Aap Ke Kamre Mein Koi Rehta Hai” (‘Yaadon Ki Baraat’, 1973) had three parts to it.  And then of course the foursome “Chaand Mera Dil“, “Aa Dil Kya Mehfil Hai Tere”, “Tum Kya Jaano Mohabbat Kya Hai” and “Mil Gaya Hum Ko Saathi” came all together in ‘Hum Kisise Kam Nahin’ (1977).

On going through the list of Nasir Hussain’s movies posted on our blog I find that many of his movies have already been Yippeee’d. ‘Hum Kisise Kam Nahin’ has been shown as having 5/6 songs posted. On reviewing the list, I found that the one song from the four-song medley has been posted. Which means it is not 5/6 but 5/9 posted.

Let us enjoy this second song from the dance competition medley. Not in this clip, but towards the end of the this four song medley, Amjad Khan also makes an entrance into this scene.

Thank you Nasir Saab for leaving us enjoyable movies

Song – Aa Dil Kya Mehfil Hai Tere Kadmon Mein (Hum Kisi Se Kam Nahin) (1977) Singer – Kishore Kumar, Lyrics – Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD – RD Burman
Chorus

Lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)

aa
dil kya
mehfil hai tere
kadmon mein

aa. . . dil kya
mehfil hai tere

duniya ki bahaaren tere liye
chaand sitaare tere liye

ho ho ho ho

jaan e ada
oo ho ho ho
jaan e ada
jaan e wafaa
tujh pe main fida
ho ho ho
ho jaan e wafaa
tujh pe main fida

ho oo oo
aa. . . dil kya
mehfil hai tere
kadmon mein

aa. . . dil kya
mehfil hai tere

duniya ki bahaaren tere liye
chaand sitaare tere liye

ho ho ho ho

jaan e ada
oo ho ho ho
jaan e ada
jaan e wafaa
tujh pe main fida
ho ho ho
ho jaan e wafaa
tujh pe main fida

ho oo oo
aa. . . dil kya
mehfil hai tere
kadmon mein

aa. . .

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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दिल क्या
महफिल है तेरे
कदमों में

आ॰॰॰ दिल क्या
महफिल है तेरे

दुनिया की बहारें तेरे लिए
चाँद सितारे तेरे लिए

हो हो हो हो

जान ए अदा
ओ हो हो हो
जान ए अदा
जान ए वफा
तुझ पे मैं फिदा
हो हो हो
हो जान ए वफा
तुझ पे मैं फिदा

हो ओ ओ
आ॰॰॰ दिल क्या
महफिल है तेरे
कदमों में

आ॰॰॰ दिल क्या
महफिल है तेरे

दुनिया की बहारें तेरे लिए
चाँद सितारे तेरे लिए

हो हो हो हो

जान ए अदा
ओ हो हो हो
जान ए अदा
जान ए वफा
तुझ पे मैं फिदा
हो हो हो
हो जान ए वफा
तुझ पे मैं फिदा

हो ओ ओ
आ॰॰॰ दिल क्या
महफिल है तेरे
कदमों में

आ॰ ॰ ॰

 


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Blog Day : 3515 Post No. : 14119

Regulars know that we in this blog are pursuing two new year resolutions with missionary zeal- one is posting a “debutant” movie song and another is posting a “YIPPEE” movie song.

We are into the first week of march 2018, and we have so far stuck to these new year resolutions. This is a proof that we in the blog are far more serious about our new year resulutions that majority of people. 🙂

Posting a “debutant” movie song is a relatively rather straight forward matter. I need to look for movies that are not yet represented. We still have a couple to thousands movies (at least) that are yet to make their debuts in the blog so finding one “debutant” movie song daily is not much of a challenge.

Posting a “YIPPEE” movie song daily is increasingly becoming challenging through. Unlike “debutant” movie song mission, “”YIPPEE” mission requires that all but one song of the movie to be YIPPEED must have been covered. Moreover, we need to have a list of such YIPPIable” movie available with us. Thirdly, that missing song should be available.

Let us leave aise the unavailable final song movies. The movies where the final songs are available also cannot be discussed just like that. Many of these songs turn out to be special songs requiring special treatment on special occasions. For example, I had a few songs waiting to be YIPPEED because their final song was a Holi festival song. Yesterday, on the occasion of Holi, I used up one song song to finally ensure that “Ek Gaaon Ki Kahaani”(1957) got YIPPEED yesterday (on 2 march 2018).

It is very essential for us to keep posting songs to make sure that more and more movies become YIPPIable. For the last few days, I have been unable to devote much time on the blog and I was content covering the “debutant” and “YIPPEE” movie songs and I did not bother making more movies YIPPIable.

So today (3 march 2018), I found myself paying the price. 🙂 I was struggling to pick songs that I could use today. I picked one song, but that song was so special that I decided that it had to be used on a special occasion. then I looked at another song. I listened to it and realised that this song was no less special and it also deserved its special writeup. Then I looked at another YIPPIable movie, but i found the lyrics of the final song almost undecipherable and so that song and movie too had to be discarded from consideration. There were other songs too but they could not have been touched for some special reasons or the other.

It was evening and 7 AM and I began to despair. I resolved that I would not let that situation come if I somehow managed to find a suitable YIPPIABLE for for today.

It was after 7 PM in the evening that a song came to my rescue. This song was sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala in the past and he had reminded me a few days back that this song was the final song from the movie. My record showed that this movie had two songs left to be covered. This song turned out to be a multiple version song ! So this song indeed fitted the bill.

That is not all. Listening to the song made me realise that there are some divine forces at work as far as this blog is concerned. This song is a “song with a message” and it is a message that I was in need of being reminded of. This song tells us that when we feel helpless then we should pray to the Almighty and he will show the way. Now in Hindi movies, we have so many songs where people are seen “remonstrating with the Almighty” where people are seen trying to shame/ abuse the Almighty. We have lots of such songs in Hindi movies as well as in this blog. Personally I regard these songs are songs of people living in denial which is quite common in our parts of the world. We do no work hard enough/ smart enough/ long enough and then we tend to find a scapegoat to blame for our inadequacy. The Almighty is that scapegoat in a large number of such situations.

It is my firm belief that if you work hard enough/ smart enough/ long enough, then, with a little bit of luck in your favour, you will get what you desrve. I like and subscribe to the comparison of our destiny being like a bank locker. This locker has two keys and both keys must be applied simulutaneously for our destiny to get unlocked. The key with us is work, the key with the bank manager (Almighty) is luck. When we remonsrtate the Almighty for our failures, then it is mostly a case where the Almighty is used his key but the remonstrator had not bothered to use his/her key (working hard enough/ smart enough/ long enough). If someone belives that Almighty is responsible for his/ her miseries then I have little sympathy for such people.

Coming to the song under discussion, I find the song quite a nice and soothing song. It is a philosophical song and a song with a message. And it is a song that will give strenght to people who may be feeling low in life at the moment.

In a somewhat lighter vein, I must say that I was feeling low because I was not able to find a YIPPIable song for the day and this song came to my rescue. It was like the Almghty coming to our rescue with just the perfect song ! We are using our key and the almighty used his key just in the nick of time. our thanks goes to the Almighty who hepled us. It proves that the almighty too likes to help people who are silently going about their tasks. 🙂

The song has two versions. One version is sung by Mahendra Kapoor and chorus. This song is lip synced by Om Shivpuri playing a Swami in front of his disciples. Only the audio of the other version is available. it is sung by Mahendra Kapoor, Asha Bhonsle and chorus.

Bharat Vyas is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.

Lyrics (including the devnagri lyrics) of this song were sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala. The movie, in case I failed to mention it earlier, is “Karm”(1977). This movie was produced and directed by B R Chopra for B R Productins, Bombay. The movie had Rajesh Khanna, Vidya Sinha, Shabana Azmi, Ifthikhar, Asrani, Om Shivpuri, Achla Sachdev, Manmohan Krishn, Pinchoo Kapoor, Nana Palsikar, S N Bannerji, Jagdis Raj, Keshav Rana, Nazeer Kashmiri, Master Bittu, Bobby Grewal, Jankidas, Madhu Chauhan, Sudha Shivpuri, Seema, R S Chopra, Sahgal, Sunil Dhawan, Abhimanyu Sharma, Prem Sagar etc, with guest appearances by Prema Narayan, Roopesh Kumar, Dines Thakur and Naaz.

The movie had seven songs in it. Five songs were covered in the past. Here are the details of the songs covered earlier:-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Samay tu dheere dheere chal Multi part song 5221 29-Dec-11
Karm kaho kismat kaho Multi part song 11222 27-Jun-15
Maine dekha tujhe 13376 27-Jun-17

With this song, “Karm”(1977) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.

Part I (Video)

Part II

Song-Jab dukh se man ghabra jaaye (Karm)(1977) Singers-Mahendra Kapoor, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-R D Burman
All chorus
Male chorus
Female chorus
Mahendra Kapoor/Asha Bhonsle + Chorus

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

Jab dukh se man ghabraa jaaye
Har oar niraashaa chhaa jaaye
Jab dukh se man ghabraa jaaye
Har oar niraashaa chha jaaye
Jab ek kiran bhi aasha ki
aati ho nahin nazar
Praarthna kar
Praarthna kar
Jagat ke paalan haare se
Praarthna kar
Praarthna kar
Hari Om
Hari Om
Hari Om
Hari Om
Hari Om

Tu jaan boojh koi paap na kar
Ho jaaye to pashchaataap na kar
Aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa aa
Tu jaan boojh koi paap na kar
Ho jaaye to pashchaataap na kar
Ye sab leelaa us ishwar ki
Tu dhyaan usi ka dhar
Praarthna kar
praarthna kar
Jagat ke paalan haare se
Praarthna kar
praarthna kar
Hari Om
Hari Om
Hari Om
Hari Om
Hari Om

Jisko na kisi ne dekha hai
Wo ek karam ki rekha hai
Jisko na kisi ne dekha hai
Wo ek karam ki rekha hai
Wo sab ka bhaagya vidhaata hai
Sabki hai usey khabar
Praarthna kar
Praarthna kar
Jagat ke paalan haare se
Praarthna kar
Praarthna kar
Hari Om
Hari Om
Hari Om
Hari Om
Hari Om
Hari Om
Hari Om

————————————–
PART – II
————————————–
Hari Om
Hari Om
Hari Om

Jab chaaron taraf andhera ho
Jeewan ko mrityu ne ghera ho
Jab chaaron taraf andhera ho
Jeewan ko mrityu ne ghera ho
Tab man mein rakh vishwaas
Shwaas mein aas nayi ek bhar
Praarthna kar
Praarthna kar
Jagat ke jeewan daataa se
Praarthana kar
Praarthana kar

Hari Om
Hari Om
Hari Om
Hari Om

Karam dharm na jaanoon
na Mujhe paap punya ka bhaan
Aa aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa aa
Karam dharm na jaanoon
na Mujhe paap punya ka bhaan
Kaise karun praarthanaa teri
Iska bhi nahin gyaan
Main bebas dukhiyaari hoon
Bas aayi tere dar
Praarthna kar
Praarthna kar
Jagat ke jeewan daataa se

Praarthana kar
Praarthana kar
Hari Om

Hari Om
Hari Om
Hari Om

Hari Om
Hari Om

Aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa

Mera jeewan saathi mil ke mujhse
Ho jaaye na door
Kahin chita ki raakh na ban jaaye
Meri maang ka ye sindoor
Man mein shehnaayi goonj rahi
Ankhiyaan ansuan se tar
Praarthna kar
Praarthna kar
Jagat ke jeewan daataa se

Praarthna kar
Praarthana kar
Hari Om

Hari Om
Hari Om

Hari Om
Hari Om

Hari Om
Hari Om
Hari Om
Hari Om
Hari Om
Hari Om
Hari Om
Hari Om
Hari Om
Hari Om
Hari Om
Hari Om
Hari Om
Hari Om
Hari Om
Hari Om
Hari Om

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Devnagri Script lyrics
——————————————-
PART- I
——————————————-
जब दुःख से मन घबरा जाए
हर ओर निराशा छा जाए

जब दुःख से मन घबरा जाए
हर ओर निराशा छा जाए
जब एक कीरण भी आशा की आती हो नहीं नज़र
प्रार्थना कर
प्रार्थना कर
जगत के पालन हारे से
प्रार्थना कर
प्रार्थना कर
हरि ओम
हरि ओम
हरि ओम
हरि ओम
हरि ओम

तू जान बुझ कोई पाप न कर
हो जाए तो पश्चाताप न कर
आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ
तू जान बुझ कोई पाप न कर
हो जाए तो पश्चाताप न कर
ये सब लिला उस इश्वर की
तू ध्यान उसी का धार
प्रार्थना कर
प्रार्थना कर
जगत के पालन हारे से
प्रार्थना कर
प्रार्थना कर
हरि ओम
हरि ओम
हरि ओम
हरि ओम
हरि ओम

जिसको न किसी ने देखा है
वो एक करम की रेखा है
जिसको न किसी ने देखा है
वो एक करम की रेखा है
वो सब का भाग्य विधाता है
सब की है उसे खबर
प्रार्थना कर
प्रार्थना कर
जगत के पालन हारे से
प्रार्थना कर
प्रार्थना कर
हरि ओम
हरि ओम
हरि ओम
हरि ओम
हरि ओम
हरि ओम
हरि ओम

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PART- II
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हरि ओम
हरि ओम
हरि ओम

जब चारों तरफ अँधेरा हो
जीवन कों मृत्यु ने घेरा हो
जब चारों तरफ अँधेरा हो
जीवन कों मृत्यु ने घेरा हो
तब मन में रख विश्वास
श्वास में आस नयी एक भर
प्रार्थना कर
प्रार्थना कर
जगत के जीवन दाता से
प्रार्थना कर
प्रार्थन कर

हरि ओम
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कर्म धर्म न जानू
न मुझे पाप पुण्य का भान
आ आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ
कर्म धर्म न जानू
न मुझे पाप पुण्य का भान
कैसे करूँ प्रार्थना तेरी
इसका भी नहीं ज्ञान
मैं बेबस दुखियारी हूँ
बस आयी तेरे दर
प्रार्थना कर
प्रार्थना कर
जगत के जीवन दाता से

प्रार्थना कर
प्रार्थना कर
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आ आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ

मेरा जीवन साथ मिल के मुझसे
हो जाए न दूर
कहीं चिता की राख न बन जाए
मेरी मांग का ये सिन्दूर
मन में शहनाई गूँज रही
अँखियाँ अंसुअन से तर
प्रार्थना कर
प्रार्थना कर
जगत के जीवन दाता से

प्रार्थना कर
प्रार्थना कर
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Blog Day : 3507 Post No. : 14089

“Dil aur Patthar”(1977) was directed by Kanak Mishra for Meena Movies Bombay. This “social” movie had Sanjeev Kumar, Meena Sharma, Jagdeep, Agha, Mukri, Bipin Gupta, Praveen Paul, Rajan Haksar, Master Raju, Ranjeet, Dhanraj, Nazeer Kashmiri, Hungama, Teerath, Uttam Sodhi etc in it, with Yogita Bali in a special appearance and with guest appearances by Jayshree T, Gulshan Arora, Jairaj, Paro and Kanhaiyyalal.

The movie had seven songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Dil aur Patthar”(1977) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Rafi. Kaifi Azmi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Iqbal Qureshi.

The song is picturised as a “bailgaadi” song on Sanjeev Kumari. Yogita Bali is also visible in the picturisation.

With this song, “Dil aur Patthar”(1977) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Mera pyaar jawaan dildaar jawaan(Dil aur Patthar)(1977) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Kaifi Azmi, MD-Iqbal Qureshi

Lyrics

hrr he he ahaa waah
hey

mera pyaar jawaan dildaar jawaan
aur mausam bhi hai deewaana
mera pyar jawa dildaar jawaan
aur mausam bhi hai deewaana
wo ishq to mera ishq nahin
raste mein jo chaahe ruk jaana
mera pyaar jawaan dildaar jawaan
aur mausam bhi hai deewaana

ye mast pawan
aa aa aa
haa haa
ye mast pawan dil ki dhadkan
jab gaanv mein leke jaayegi
wo kamre se bhaag ke aangan mein
aangan ke dwaare aayegi
ho ho
aa haa
sharmaayegi wo chhup jaayegi wo
sharmaayegi wo chhup jaayegi wo
nazron ko jo meri pahchaana
mera pyaar jawaan dildaar jawaan
aur mausam bhi hai deewaana
aha aha

kuchh saans ka dar
kuchh saans ka dar
kuchh gaanv ka dar
wo chhup ke nihaaregi mujhko
phailaayegi baahen chori se
nazron se pukaaregi mujhko
o ho
aa haa
seene se laga lega usko
seene se laga lega usko
ye matwaala
ye mastaana
mera pyaar jawaan dildaar jawaan
aur mausam bhi hai deewaana

roothhegi jo chithhi na likhne par
main raat se pahle mana loonga
pheeka sa bahut din se jaawan
un honthon se rang chura loonga
ho ho
aa haa
un zulfon pe qurbaan kaqli ghata
aa haa
un zulfon pe qurbaan kaali ghata
un aankhon pe sadke maikhaana
mera pyaar jawaan dildaar jawaan
aur mausam bhi hai deewaana
wo ishq to mera ishq nahin
raste mein jo chaahe ruk jaana
mera pyaar jawaan dildaar jawaan
aur mausam bhi hai deewaana
rr
hahaha
shabaash
beta chalo shabaash


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Blog Day : 3472 Post No. : 13942

“Yehi Hai Zindagi”(1977) was directed by K S Sethumadhavan for Vijaya Productions, Madras. The movie had Sanjeev Kumar, Utpal Dutt, Vikram Gokhale, Seema, Neeta Mehta, Tamanna, Komilla Virk, David, Romesh Sharma, Ramesh Dev, Adil Aman, Lucky Ali, Umesh Sharma, Vijaylami, Roopa, Raj Baldev, Pandit Puranik, Praksh, Madhukar, Kiran, Hanumantachari, Raghvaiyya, T Arunkumar etc in it with Guest appearances by Rakesh Pandey and Swaraj Kumar.

The movie had four songs in it. Two of them have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Yehi Hai Zindagi”(1977) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Rajesh Roshan.

The song is picturised as a seduction song on Komilla Virk and Aadil Aman.


Song-Kaali kaali kaise kate (Yehi Hai Zindagi)(1977) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Rajesh Roshan

Lyrics

kaali kaali kaise katen raaten jawaani ki
lambi lambi aaja karen baaten jawaani ki
kaali kaali kaise katen raaten jawaani ki

tu mere paas hai
waqt ye khaas hai
aag si hai lagi
honthon pe pyaas hai
pyaase dil pe hone lagi
barsaaten jawaani ki ee
kaali kaali kaise kate raaten jawaani ki

main tadapti rahoon
kya ye manzoor hai
paas hai tu magar
kis kadar door hai
namkeen har din hoti nahin
mulaakaaten jawani ki
lambi lambi aaja karen baaten jawaani ki ee ee


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

Blog Day : 3461 Post No. : 13888

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Special Voices of the 1970s – 1 # Shailendra Singh #
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We have already begun yet another new year full of music and nostalgia on this blog. As we leave the past year behind us, it must have added some memories and moments to cherish for every one of us and in turn adding more memorable moments to our existing ‘nostalgia bank’.

Some may have got opportunities to travel, (I wish one should travel a lot) and meet peoples from different walks of life, enjoy the diversity of our own culture by visiting parts of the country hitherto not visited and enjoy the variety of cuisines across our great country (or may be abroad, if one gets a chance) and leave behind and gather some unforgettable memories and learnings too 🙂

Aadmi musaafir hai aata jaata hai

And that is how days and years pass by and we continue with the journey of our life still missing those beautiful days but enjoying relishing the memories (Beete Huye Lamhon Ki Kasak Saath To Hogi) and the times, which after a gap of some years become more and more nostalgic for us. And ‘nostalgia’ is yet another, or stronger, reason (for me it is) that we enjoy music, movies, and the memories associated and connected with them.

In my childhood days this song “Sabko Mubaarak Naya Saal” used to be played on New Year day and another song “Khush Hai Zamaana Aaj Pehli Taarikh Hai” was a favorite on every first day of a new month. And like this many other songs that we have been listening over the years or that one listens during different stages of life easily become part of our memories. We also keep adding new songs by listening or watching them in new movies around. Or even some old songs which we are listening first time and they were not known to us till this date.

Now if one is associated with a blog called atulsongaday.me and who is aware of that till 1980 only we have around 40,000 songs from Hindi movies, one is surely to get more ‘aware’ of many songs and looking to it as a ‘creation’ and not merely holding one’s list of favorite songs which one has been carrying over the years and had not been aware of the ‘treasure trove’ of ‘movie songs’ one has not listened to.

Some songs continue with their old listeners with new addition of more songs and some older songs/voices tend to find new listeners /fans from new generations too. And as Gulzar Saab has rightly put it in one of his albums ‘Fursat Ke Raat Din’…

geet kabhi boodhhe nahin hote
unke chehron par jhurriyaan nahin girti….

wo palte rehte hain, chalte rehte hain

Beginning of a new year also gives us an opportunity to start new things and make new resolutions too. In one of my previous employment, my boss always said that the first day or ‘pehli taarikh’ is always the best day to start a new thing or take on a new goal if one is wishing to do so. This post was supposed to be there on 1st Jan, but it got delayed due to ‘technical problems’ 🙂 and later on due to ‘unforeseen situations’ – no, no, not ‘acts of God’ 🙂 . Nevertheless, if we listen to the song and what has been said in this song, one can take the words (said in this song) for ones ‘new year resolution’ too 🙂

And as a part of initiating something ‘new’ in this ‘new year’ I am going to share this new series representing my thoughts and songs sung by some ‘special voices’ (I don’t know if I can call them as ‘unique voices’) which were there in the ‘decade of seventies’ and yes in their own way they have left an indelible mark on the minds of music lovers – may be only for those who have grown up during end sixties – to end seventies – or even till early eighties.

I sincerely hope that all of us are going to enjoy these voices who have been part of my growing years and may be of others of my era too.

The voice – Singer Shailendra Singh

Singer and actor Shailendra Singh was born in Mumbai on 4th October 1952. He came from a Punjabi family but since he grow up in Mumbai he could not talk fluently in Punjabi (even till date, I think).

Shailendra Singh’s father was associated with V. Shantaram ji as a Chief Assistant Director and later on with Rajshri Productions (as a ‘Publicity Officer’ from ‘Dosti’), so he comes from a family having ‘film background’ and it was natural for him to get attracted to movies. After his schooling with ‘Hill Green High School’, Feder Road, Bombay, he joined the St Xavier’s College in Mumbai but later he left his studies in third year as he was interested in acting, and given to his looks he wanted to be an actor. So, he joined the ‘Film and Television Institute’ at Pune when he was around eighteen in 1971 in acting course.

He was also learning music or rather singing from his childhood days but not to become as a ‘playback singer’. He was more interested in singing ‘ghazals’ first and was singing the ‘film songs’ as an ‘amateurish’. It so happened that Raj Kapoor was looking for a new voice to launch Rishi Kapoor in ‘Bobby’ (1973). VP Sathe (of ‘Bombay Publicity’) was a close friend of Shailendra Singh’s father. And VP Sathe and KA Abbas had been working jointly as script writer for Raj Kapoor.

Now being close to Shailendra Singh’s family VP Sathe was aware of Shailendra Singh’s singing abilities. So, when Raj Kapoor was looking for a new voice he suggested Shailendra Singh’s name. At that time Shailendra Singh was pursuing his course in acting at the FTII, Poona and was in second year (of two-year course). He was called for the voice test by Raj Kapoor. Raj Kapoor took him to Laxmikant-Pyarelal where Laxmikant take his test with four or five musicians (and one them was Rajesh Roshan).

After few days Shailendra Singh was told about his selection and the first song he recorded was “Main Shaayar To Nahin” for ‘Bobby’ (1973). This was also the ‘muhurat‘ song for the film. Lata Mangeshkar was also present there to bless him on the occasion.

Shailendra Singh has very high regards for all the legendary singers – Mohd Rafi, Kishore Kumar, Mukesh, Manna Dey, and Mahendra Kapoor – and who were senior to him when he joined the industry. And he get a chance to sing with them which till then was his dream. He is a great fan of Rafi Saab and among the singers Rafi Saab is his idol.  The song “Tere Mere Sapne Ab Ek Rang Hain” sung by Rafi Saab is his most favorite Rafi song. So when he got this opportunity to sing with Rafi Saab, it was like a dream coming true for him. The first duet he sang with Rafi Saab is for this movie ‘Chacha Bhatija’ (1977); and the song – “Bure Kaam Ka Bura Natija, Kyun Bhai Chacha, Haan Bhatija”. This song stood at number twenty-one of the annual Binaca Geetmala of that year 1977.

He was spotted by Manmohan Desai to sing for this movie when he was already selected for ‘Bobby’. However, Manmohan Desai assured Raj Kapoor that his movie will be released only after ‘Bobby’ was released. The songs of ‘Bobby’ became very popular then and Shailendra Singh was nominated for the ‘Best Male Playback Singer’ for the song “Main Shaayar To Nahin’. But the he didn’t win for that.

He got his first acting break for the movie ‘Do Jaasoos’ (1975). Later on, he also acted in his father’s home production ‘Agreement’ (1980), and he has had a guest appearance in ‘Naukar’ (1979) and Mehmood’s – ‘Janta Hawaldar’ (1979). He acted in a Bengali film as a hero with Aparna Sen and the movie was ‘Ajosro Dhanyobaad (Many Many Thanks).

I remember watching ‘Do Jaasoos’ with my uncle and its songs are there in my memory since then. And particularly this one song of the movie – “Purvaiyya Le Ke Chali Meri Naiyya’ sung by Shailendra Singh and Lata Mangeshkar is the one which whenever I listen I get transported to that timeline and gives me entirely different nostalgic feeling again.

In my childhood the songs from the movie ‘Bobby’ were also there and they were frequently played on loudspeakers/radio, but may be since I had not watched this movie its songs did not appeal much to my impressionable mind. Whereas songs from the movie ‘Rafoo Chakkar’ and particularly this song “Tumko o Mere Dil Ne” is another one which is my all-time favorite and it brings back memories.

Then there are songs like “Pyaar Mein Kabhi Kabhi Aisa Ho Jaata Hai“, “Gumche Lage Hain Gehne”, “Meri Dilruba Tujhko Aana Padega”, “Mere Bas Mein Agar Kuchh Hota”, “Hum Ne Tum Ko Dekha, Tum Ne Hum Ko Dekha Aise“, “Hoga Tumse Pyaara Kaun’ (from the early eighties). There are many of his songs which I like or which have been popular, however I have mentioned above only those songs which give me ‘nostalgic’ feeling most.

His singing career had been active during the seventies and eighties but later on the new offerings to him got reduced (as told by him in his interview available on YT) as new singers keep coming. So far “Jaipur Se Nikli Gaadi” for ‘Gurudev-1993’, has remained as his last song for the movies.

Coming back to the movie of the song being presented today – ‘Chacha Bhatija’ is a ‘Dreamland’ presentation. It was produced by Baldev Pushkarna and MM Malhotra, and is directed by Manmohan Desai. The star cast includes Dharmendra, Hema Malini, Randhir Kapoor, Yogita Bali, Rehman, Anwar Hussain, Indrani Mukherjee, Jeevan, Roopesh Kumar, Sonia Sahani, Hari Shivdasani, Dev Kumar, Durga Khote, Satyajit, Tuntun, Sunder, Bhagwan, Hercules and Keshto Mukherjee. The lyrics of this movie were written by Anand Bakshi and Laxmikant – Pyarelal composed the music. Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar, Mohd Rafi and Shailendra Singh gave their voices to the songs in this movie.

Story of this movie is written by Prayag Raj. Its screenplay and dialogues are written by Salim-Javed. This movie was edited by Kamlakar. It was passed by Censor Board on 08.03.1977.

 I remember watching this movie in my childhood (may be with my parents), and almost all of its songs have remained in my memory since then. The movie has total seven songs in it. And I think that all its songs are nice hummable songs though only one song from this movie make it to the annual list of ‘Binaca Geetmala’ that year in 1977 and the song was – “Bure Kaam Ka Bura Natija, Kyun Bhai Chacha, Haan Bhatija”.

However, today’s song is closer to my heart and very nostalgic for me. Randhir Kapoor is lip syncing for Shailendra Singh’s voice and we can see Yogita Bali, Roopesh Kumar, Rehman and others in the picturisation of this song.

In the video version of this song there are only two stanzas whereas the audio that I had taken from online sources seven-eight years back is having three stanzas. Both versions are provided with the song.

(Sources – Shailendra Singh’s interview on Rajya Sabha TV and Divine Melodies available on YouTube).

Let us now enjoy this wonderful song …

 Maa Ne Kahaa Thaa O Betaa …

 

Audio (Complete – 3 Stanzas)

Video (Partial – 2 Stanzas)

Song – Maa Ne Kaha Tha O Beta (Chacha Bhatija) (1977) Singer – Shailendra Singh, Lyrics – Anand Bakshi, MD – Laxmikant Pyaarelal

Lyrics (Based on Audio Version)

maa ne kaha tha
o beta
kabhi dil kisi ka na todo
maa ne kaha tha
o beta
kabhi dil kisi ka na todo
deepak baati ban kar saathi
saath kisi ka naa chhodo

maa ne kaha tha
o beta
kabhi dil kisi ka na todo
deepak baati ban kar saathi
saath kisi ka naa chhodo
maa ne kaha tha
o beta
kabhi dil kisi ka na todo

zindagaani mein aa padey
mushkil to
thes lagne se toot jaaye dil to
zindagaani mein aa padey
mushkil to
thes lagne se toot jaaye dil to
maa ne kahaa thaa
o betaa
rasmein kasmein naa todo
lekar dori chori chori
toote rishtey jodo
maa ne kahaa thaa
o betaa
kabhi dil kisika naa todo

jaan lo jag mein
kaun apna hai
kya yahaan sach hai
aur kya sapna hai
jaan lo jag mein
kaun apna hai
kya yahaan sach hai
aur kya sapna hai
maa ne kaha tha o beta
sapnon ke peechhe na daudo
sapne sapne
apne apne
apnon se moonh na modo
maa ne kaha tha o beta
kabhi dil kisi ka na todo

ho sakey gar to
pyaar na tum karna
pyaar ho jaaye to
duniyaa se na darna
ho sake gar to
pyaar na tum karna
pyaar ho jaaye to
duniyaa se na darna
maa ne kaha tha o beta
karke waada kabhi na todo
pyaar ke raste
chalte chalte
waapas kadam na modo
maa ne kaha tha o beta
kabhi dil kisi ka na todo
deepak baati ban kar saathi
saath kisi ka naa chhodo
maa ne kaha tha
o beta
kabhi dil kisi ka na todo
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Hindi script lyrics (Based on Audio Version – Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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माँ ने कहा था ओ बेटा
कभी दिल किसी का ना तोड़ो
माँ ने कहा था ओ बेटा
कभी दिल किसी का ना तोड़ो
दीपक बाती बनकर साथी
साथ किसी का ना छोडो

माँ ने कहा था ओ बेटा
कभी दिल किसी का ना तोड़ो
दीपक बाती बनकर साथी
साथ किसी का ना छोडो
माँ ने कहा था ओ बेटा
कभी दिल किसी का ना तोड़ो

जिंदगानी में
आ पडे मुश्किल तो
ठेस लगने से ए
टूट जाए दिल तो
जिंदगानी में
आ पडे मुश्किल तो
ठेस लगने से ए
टूट जाए दिल तो
माँ ने कहा था ओ बेटा
रस्में कसमें ना तोड़ो
लेकर डोरी चोरी चोरी
टूटे रिश्ते जोड़ो
माँ ने कहा था
ओ बेटा
कभी दिल किसी का ना तोड़ो

जान लो जग में
कौन अपना है
क्या यहाँ सच है
और क्या सपना है
जान लो जग में
कौन अपना है
क्या यहाँ सच है
और क्या सपना है
माँ ने कहा था ओ बेटा
सपनों के पीछे ना दौड़ो
सपने सपने
अपने अपने
अपनों से मुंह ना मोड़ो
माँ ने कहा था ओ बेटा
कभी दिल किसी का ना तोड़ो

हो सके गर तो
प्यार ना तुम करना
प्यार हो जाए तो
दुनिया से ना डरना
हो सके गर तो
प्यार ना तुम करना आ आ
प्यार हो जाए तो
दुनिया से ना डरना आ
माँ ने कहा था ओ बेटा
करके वादा कभी ना तोड़ो
प्यार के रस्ते चलते चलते
वापस कदम ना मोड़ो
माँ ने कहा था ओ बेटा
कभी दिल किसी का ना तोड़ो
दीपक बाती बनकर साथी
साथ किसी का ना छोडो
माँ ने कहा था
ओ बेटा
कभी दिल किसी का ना तोड़ो ओ


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