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Blog Day:

4362 Post No. : 15688

I would prefer to stop counting the numbers, and rather go by the impressions in the memory. Well, it sounds so unbelievable that Nitin Mukesh turns 70 today. It seems like just a little while ago that we heard him sing for the first time in ‘Mera Naam Joker’ (1970). It was actually an unlisted song, in English. A song of good wishes and greetings – “Wish Me Luck”.

Then in 1981, when the song “Zindagi Ki Na Toote Ladi” from the film ‘Kranti’ was doing the rounds of popularity, my first impression on hearing this voice was – how come, was this song recorded earlier? The voice sounds so close to the voice of Mukesh, his father. Well yes, the voice is distinct, if one is listening carefully. But it also has an unmistakable shade of Mukesh’s voice.

Nitin Mukesh was born this day in 1950. Although he made his singing debut in 1970, his songs are few and far between in that first decade of his career. His more active years were the 1980s and 1990s. And even so, one cannot count his career as being prolific.

Today’s song is from the 1981 film ‘Nakhuda’. It was a big banner film of its time, produced by Yash Chopra for Yash Raj Films. The film is directed by Dilip Naik. The star cast for the film is Kulbhushan Kharbanda, Swaroop Sampat, Raj Kiran, Madan Puri, Javed Khan, Vikas Anand, Sudhir Dalvi, Bharat Kapoor, Madhu Malhothra, Mac Mohan, Yunus Parvez, Asha Sachdev, Jagdish Raj, Mahaan, Murlidhar, Bandini, Nandini, Umesh, Murari, Chand, Raj Verma, Chandu, Pardesi, Amarnath, Rajesh, and Rauf Khan.

The film has 6 songs. One song is a composition by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, and also sung by him. The remaining 5 songs are from the pen of Nida Fazli, and have been tuned to music by Khayyaam. One song of this film is already showcased on our blog. This is the second song of this film to make its appearance here today. Lyrics for this song have been sent in by our dear Avinash ji.

On screen, the song is picturized on Raj Kiran and Swaroop Sampat. As the words indicate, this is an ‘expectant parents’ song, with the characters expressing happiness and love for each other, with the knowledge that another member of the family is on way.

Wishing Nitin Mukesh, a very happy birthday, and also many many more years of good health and active singing. All the best wishes to him.

Video

Audio

Song – Tumhaari Palkon Ki Chilmanon Mein (Nakhuda) (1981) Singer – Nitin Mukesh, Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Nida Fazli, MD – Khayyaam

Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

hmmmm…hmmmmm..hhmmm
hmmm…hmmm…hmmmm…hmmmm
hmhmmm….hmmm…hmmmmm
hmmm…hmmm….hmmm..hmmmm

lalla la la laa laaa
lalla llall la la laa laaa
lalla la la laa laaa
lalla llall la la laa laaa

tumhaari palkon ki
chilmanon mein
ye kya chhuppa hai
sitaare jaisa
haseen hai ye
hamaare jaisa
shareer hai ye
tumhaare jaisa
tumhaare khwaabon
ke aayeene mein
ye kyaa chhuppa hai
hamaare jaisa
jawaan hai ye
hamaare jaisa
haseen hai ye
tumhaare jaisa

tumhaari baahon mein
chhup ke hum ne
tumhi ko tum se
chura liya hai
tumhaari baahon mein
chhup ke hamne
tumhi ko tum se
chura liya hai
churaane waale ke
haath hum ne
jo kho diya tha
wo pa liya hai
tumhaare honthon ki
khaamoshi mein
ye kya chhupa hai
ishaare jaisa
tumhaare honton ki
khaamoshi mein
ye kya chhupa hai
ishaare jaisa
haseen hai ye
hamaare jaisa
shareer hai ye
tumhaare jaisa

naye musaafir ke
kaun hain hum
naye musaafir ko
ye bata do
naye musaafir ke
kaun hain hum
naye musaafir ko
ye bata doi
woh tum se khud hi
karega baatein
kareeb aa ke
isey jaga do
tumhaari sharmilee
shokhiyon mein
ye kya chhupa hai
sharaare jaisa
tumhaari sharmilee
shokhiyon mein
ye kya chhupa hai
sharaare jaisa
haseen hai ye
hamaare jaisa
shareer hai ye
tumhaare jaisa

tumhaari palkon ki
chilmanon mein
ye kya chhupa
hai sitaare jaisa
tumhaare khwaabon ke
aayeene mein
ye kyaa chhupa hai
hamaare jaisa
jawaan hai ye
(hmmm…hmmmm)
hamaare jaisa
(hmmmmm)
haseen hai ye
(hmmm…hmmmm)
tumhaare jaisa
(hmmmmm)

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हम्ममम॰॰॰ हम्मममम॰॰॰ हम्म
हम्म॰॰॰ हम्म॰॰॰ हम्मममम॰॰॰ हम्ममम॰॰॰
हम्ममम॰॰॰ हम्मममम॰॰॰ हम्म
हम्म॰॰॰ हम्म॰॰॰ हम्मममम॰॰॰ हम्ममम॰॰॰

लल्ल ला ला ला॰॰ ला॰॰॰
लल्ल लल्ल ला ला ला॰॰ ला॰॰॰
लल्ल ला ला ला॰॰ ला॰॰॰
लल्ल लल्ल ला ला ला॰॰ ला॰॰॰

तुम्हारी पलकों की
चिलमनों में
ये क्या छुपा है
सितारे जैसा
हसीन है ये
हमारे जैसा
शरीर है ये
तुम्हारे जैसा
तुम्हारे ख्वाबों के
आईने में
ये क्या छुपा है
हमारे जैसा
जवान है ये
हमारे जैसा
हसीन है ये
तुम्हारे जैसा

तुम्हारी बाहों में
छुप के हमने
तुम्ही को तुमसे
चुरा लिया है
तुम्हारी बाहों में
छुप के हमने
तुम्ही को तुमसे
चुरा लिया है
चुराने वाले के
हाथ हमने
जो खो दिया था
वो पा लिया है
तुम्हारे होंठों की
खामोशी में
ये क्या छुपा है
इशारे जैसा
तुम्हारे होंठों की
खामोशी में
ये क्या छुपा है
इशारे जैसा
हसीन है ये
हमारे जैसा
शरीर है ये
तुम्हारे जैसा

नए मुसाफिर के
कौन हैं हम
नए मुसाफिर को
ये बता दो
नए मुसाफिर के
कौन हैं हम
नए मुसाफिर को
ये बता दो
वो तुमसे खुद ही
करेगा बातें
करीब आ के
इसे जगा दो
तुम्हारी शर्मीली
शोखियों में
ये क्या छुपा है
शरारे जैसा
तुम्हारी शर्मीली
शोखियों में
ये क्या छुपा है
शरारे जैसा
हसीन है ये
हमारे जैसा
शरीर है ये
तुम्हारे जैसा

तुम्हारी पलकों की
चिलमनों में
ये क्या छुपा है
सितारे जैसा
तुम्हारे ख्वाबों के
आईने में
ये क्या छुपा है
हमारे जैसा
जवान है ये
(हम्मम॰॰॰ हम्ममम)
हमारे जैसा
(हम्ममम)
हसीन है ये
(हम्मम॰॰॰ हम्ममम)
तुम्हारे जैसा
(हम्ममम)


This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, 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: 4339 Post No.: 15638

She was born in Mumbai, raised in Lucknow and Canberra (Australia), grew up in Pune, did some theatre course in Paris, spent a considerable time in Delhi and now she spends time commuting between Mumbai and her ancestral home in Pune. She has worked through almost all the segments of mulit-media – a radio announcer, television producer, documentary film maker, Hindi film writer-director, author and some more. She is not shy of mincing words about those personalities even of high statures who have one time or the other rubbed her in a wrong way. She is Sai Paranjpye (born on March 19, 1938). It is interesting to note the background of family as she seems to have inherited some genes from them.

1. Her maternal grandfather, Sir R P Paranjpye was an alumnus of University of Cambridge and a renowned Mathematician. He was the Chancellor of University of Bombay and the University of Lucknow. He was Indian High Commissioner in Australia during 1944-47. He had interest in literature.

2. Her mother, Shankuntala Paranjpye had been an alumini of University of Cambridge and worked in International Labour Organisation in Geneva for about 2 years in the 1930s. In the 1930s and 40s, she acted in Marathi and Hindi films. She also wrote novels and plays in Marathi and English. She did a pioneering work in propagating family planning as early as in 1938. She was a nominated Rajya Sabha member and was awarded Padma Bhushan in 1991.

3. Her father, Youra Sleptzoff was a Russian painter to whom her mother married in Geneva but divorced him after the birth of her daughter, Sai.

4. Her paternal Grandmother, Babushka was a theater personality. She had acted in some major plays.

With these backgrounds, Sai Paranjpye became proficient in Marathi, Hindi and English with some working knowledge of Sanskrit and French. She started her career as an Announcer and Compere of children’s programme in All India Radio, Pune. She also did some children’s plays in partnership with Arun Joglekar to whom she married. She joined Film Institute of India as Lecturer in which Jala Agha, Sadhu Mahadev and Rehana Sultana were her students.

In 1963, Sai Paranjpye joined the National School of Drama, Delhi and completed her graduation. She joined All India Radio, Delhi. During the 1970s, she worked with Doordarshan, Delhi as producer and director. During this period, she produced and directed many teleplays and documentaries. One of her documentary films was on Pankaj Mullick (1973) which was based on an extensive research and was made with some rare photographs as montage. Unfortunately, according to Sai Paranjpye, this documentary film is not traceable in Doordarshan’s archive. She had also directed children’s films, ‘Jaadu Ka Shankh’ (1974), ‘Sikander’ (1976) and ‘Bhaago Bhoot’ (2001). After coming into National Doordarshan channel in 1982, Sai Paranjpye made her debut TV serials ‘Ados Pados’ (1985) followed by ‘Chhote Bade’ (1985).

Sai Paranjpye produced/directed 8 Hindi feature films – ‘Sparsh’ (1980), ‘Chashm-e-Baddoor’ (1981), ‘Katha’ (1982), ‘Disha’ (1990), ‘Chooriyaan’ (1993), ‘Papeeha’ (1994) ‘Saaz’ (1997) and ‘Chakachak’ (2005). In all these films, she has taken up issues in each film like visual impairment, migrants, alcoholism, playback singing career, environment etc. In some of these films which are available for viewing, she does not preach nor creates melodramatic moods. These films are more like an eye opener to the audience.

In the decade of 2010-20, Sai Paranjpye has been mostly busy with writing her biography in Marathi which was published and got released in 2016. The title of her autobiography is interesting – ‘Sai – Maza Kalapravaas’ meaning ‘My Artistic Journey’. She has restricted the coverage in the biopgraphy to her artisitc jpourney only. She is now working on the English version of her autobiography. In 2006, Government of India awarded her with Padma Bhushan.

Coming to ‘Chashm-e-Baddoor’ (1981), Sai Paranjpye, in one of her interviews, revealed that at the screening of her first film ‘Sparsh’ (1980) at Tashkent Film Festival, she met Gul Anand, who liked the film. He said that he would like to make a film with her but it should be a comedy film. Fortunately, she had a teleplay ‘Dhuaan Dhuaan’ ready which she turned into a script for the film ‘Chashm-e-Baddoor’ (1981) produced by Gul Anand and directed by her. The star cast included, Farooq Shaikh, Dipti Naval, Rakesh Bedi, Ravi Baswani, Saeed Jafrey, Leela Mishra, Vinod Nagpal, Vinod Doshi etc with Amitabh Bachchan and Rekha making cameo appearances. The film was digitally restored in 2013. The film was shot in Delhi. Some people had told Sai Paranjpye that ‘Chashm-e-Baddoor’ (1981) is the publicity material for Delhi.

I had watched this film in a theatre when it was released in 1981. While I have a general idea about the plot, the scene which has still firmly stored in my mind is when Dipti Naval visits Farooq Shaikh’s room to market the ‘chamko’ brand of washing powder. And seeing her, Rakesh Bedi and Ravi Baswani run out of the room before she enters. Recently, I watched the digitally restored film to recapitulate the plot of the film which I have summarized below:

The film starts with Omi (Rakesh Bedi) smoking a cigarette and then passing it on to Jomo (Ravi Baswani) who smokes and passes it on to Sid (Farooq Shaikh). In the background, a gramophone record is symbolically playing Meer Taqi Meer’s ghazal ‘ye dhuaan kahaan se uttha hai’, rendered by Mehdi Hasan. It is clear from their dialogues that the trio are the University students who are sharing a rented room in Delhi. They are enjoying their summer vacation. While Sid is a serious type who keeps himself busy in reading books, the other two, Omi and Jomo are vagabonds who like to indulge in impressing girls and watching plays in the theatre.

Omi and Jomo have an arrangement with Lallan Miyaan (Saeed Jaffrey), the shopkeeper from whom they buy cigarettes on credit but they postpone clearing their debt with some pretext or the other. There are always some friendly banters between Lallan and the trios.

A girl, Neha (Dipti Naval) staying in a neighbouring house becomes the centre of attraction to Omi and Jomo who decide to individually visit her house to impress her. While their experiences of meeting in her house was not good, but for the sake of impressing one another, both Omi and Jomo pretend to each other and also to Sid that they had a gala day with Neha.

One day, Neha visits their room to market ‘Chamko’ washing powder. Seeing her through the peephole of the main door, both Omi and Jomo run away from the room lest their true experiences with her would be exposed. It is Sid, who opens the door and get to know the purpose of Neha’s visit. It is for the first time that Sid has experienced talking to a girl. Neha leaves the room after showing the demonstration of washing powder. Sid is now attracted to Neha. After their frequent meetings at a restaurant, both decides to formalize their relationship in to the marriage.

This sudden developments in the life of Sid is not digestible to his friends, Omi and Jomo. They try to discourage Sid by concocting stories about Neha to break their relationship. They succeed in their efforts. Sid is devasted so is Neha. Sid losses interest in office work and his studies for Ph.D. He even tenders his resignation to his boss in the office. Both Omi and Jomo are alarmed at Sid’s depressed mood especially when they find Tik-20 bottle in Sid’s drawer (which he had actually bought for eliminating bedbugs). They decide to reunite Sid and Neha. Both had heard a spate of kidnapping in Delhi. So, both Omi and Jomo hatch a plan under which they would kidnap Neha with Neha’s grandmother (Leela Mishra) being kept in the loop and Sid would turn a saviour of Neha.

But before their fake kidnapping plan is operationalized, Neha is actually kidnapped by a gang. It is Sid who with the help of Omi and Jomo captures the kidnappers. As a satire on mainstream Bollywood films, when everything is over, the police team comes to arrest the kidnappers. Sid and Neha are united.

On the basis of some of the films I have seen, Sai Paranjpye must be a keen observer wherever she goes. She must have observed the college students during her long stay in Delhi when she was associated with Delhi Doordarshan. She may have encountered or observed some timid stalkers like Omi and Jomo in the 1970s. The wits and humour in the film may not turn the audience laugh but certainly the smile will be written on their face. This is Sai Pranjpye brand of humour which I have also witnessed in ‘Katha’ (1982) and in TV Serial, ‘Ados Pados’ (1985).

With the advent of information technology, everything is changed now. Therefore, it is difficult to recreate the environment of Chashm-e-Baddoor of 1981 in the 21st century setting. The remake of the film, ‘Chashm-e-Baddoor’ (2013) did not create the same interest among the cinegoers as the cult status of ‘Chashm-e-Baddoor’ (1981) has created. I can watch this film any number of times.

‘Chashme-e-Baddoor’ (1981) had 7 songs of which 5 songs have been covered in the Blog. Here is the 6th song, ‘is nadi ko mera aaina maan lo’ sung by Shailendra Singh and Haimanti Sukla. The song is set to music by Raj Kamal. Indu Jain who wrote the lyrics was an author and a poetess who was known for writing poems on the contemporary issues. She also uses imageries which are evident in the lyrics of the song. Probably, she would have given a tough competition to Gulzar saab if she was actively involved in writing Hindi film songs in terms of the use of imageries.

Indu Jain was the Head of Hindi Department in Indraprastha College, Delhi when the film was being shot in Delhi. Duriing this period, she was scheduled to visit Japan as a visiting professor. While leaving India, she had taken the situation of the songs in the film in detail and dictated the lyrics to Sai Paranjpye over the phone. (Source: ‘Sai – Maza Kalapravaas’).

The background of the song is that Omi (Rakesh Bedi) visits Neha’s (Dipti Naval) house to impress her. But she thinks that he is the plumber who has come to repair her kitchen’s sink. She tells him to bring his tool box and get the work done fast. He goes out of the house never to return to her house but return to his own room. When his competitor Jomo asks him as to how the meeting went on with Neha, he narrates a false story upon which the screen shows the song under discussion.

Probably, this may be the first time when Rakesh Bedi has got chance to sing a song with the heroine of the film.

Audio Clip:

Video Clip:

Song-Is nadi ko mera aainaa maan lo (Chashme Baddoor)(1981) Singers-Shailendra Singh, Haimanti Shukla, Lyrics-Indu Jain, MD-Rajkamal
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Lyrics(Based in Audio Clip)

is nadi ko mera aaina maan lo
is nadi ko mera aaina maan lo
ki muhabbat ka bahta nasha jaan lo
is nadi ko mera aaina maan lo

tarangon mein dhadkan larajta jigar
raks karte kamal thharthharaata bhanwar
tarangon mein dhadkan larajta jigar
raks karte kamal thharthharaata bhanwar
ye chheenten kisi ki tamaanna na ho..o
ye chheenten kisi ki tamaanna na ho
kahin aapke haathon tanha na ho
is roopak ko mera aaina maan lo
unkahe raaz ki daastaan jaan lo

is nadi ko mera aaina maan lo

ude baadalon mein bala hasraten
parindon si chhoo aaye behad haden
ude baadalon mein bala hasraten
parindon si chhoo aaye behad hade
hawaaon ko itni izaazat na do
hawaaon ko itni izaazat na do
ki auron ka bhi sabr tauba karo
ye kinaara mera aaina maan lo
har lahar se meri aarzoo jaan lo

is nadi ko mera aaina maan lo

tani doriyon par saji zindagi
ishaaron pe chadhti utarti khushi
tani doriyon par saji zindagi
ishaaron pe chadhti utarti khushi
dupatte se tinke jhatakti raho..o
dupatte se tinke jhatakti raho
gul o naaz se mera daaman bharo
is nadi ko mera aaina maan lo
ki mohabbat ka bahta nasha jaan lo
is nadi ko mera aaina maan lo


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusaist 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 :

4318 Post No. : 15603

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No. 29
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Regulars on this blog might have noticed that now our dear Prakash ji is also regularly contributing to the ‘Blog Ten Year Challenge’ series and I feel very happy about that and relaxed too, because now we will not miss many of these opportunities on the blog (at least for the movies from ‘seventies’).

And though our editors were also contributing to this series sometimes, most of the time I was running alone, so now the ‘baton’ has been taken over and the ‘musical relay’ continues 😊

When I got into touch with Prakash ji to congratulate him for his participation, we also discussed that we will together try to communicate and co-ordinate as possible and while Prakash ji can always do the lyrics part (or some he has already done earlier) I can do the write up part. We also discussed on the opportunities missed due to one reason or the other.

Both of us regret that we missed the opportunity of 30th April for the movie ‘Daaku-1975’. Though Prakash ji had sent a song for this date, but maybe our editors could not post it due to other priorities and work. And I did not send a song or write-up for this movie since I thought Prakash ji might have done that.

Today’s post is the result of this ‘well-co-ordinated team effort’ …

And this situation of ‘ideal team effort’ 😊 was also expressed few years back either in the comments or mail communications in the group, that a regular lyrics contributor and a regular post writer coming together will make it more interesting (I was not a regular on writing posts then) to keep the ‘score card’ moving.

After communicating with Prakash ji I felt like ‘ham donon ek doosre ke purak ban sakte hain’ and even I remember this from the movie ‘Border’ ‘ham hi ham hain to kya ham hain, tum hi tum ho to kya tum ho’ 😊 (filmon ke baare mein sochne ka asar, aur kya?), or just like today’s song ‘mujhe teri zaroorat hai, tujhe meri zaroorat hai’ 😊 😊

Today’s song is from the movie ‘Kaanoon Aur Mujrim-1981’.

I had not watched this movie and didn’t know anything about it until I listened to one of its song “Shaam rangeen huyi hai tere aanchal ki tarah” during early eighties on radio. And after many years of listening this song I got to know the name of the movie(I had mentioned this earlier in my post here ).

I think this movie must have been an obscure movie.

‘Kaanoon Aur Mujrim’ or ‘Qaanoon Aur Mujrim-1981’ was directed by Sham Jethani and Jeevan Kumar for ‘L.K. Movies, Bombay’. They were also the writers of this movie.

S.C. Jethani was the producer of this movie. This movie had Vijendra Mittal, Madhumalini, Padma Khanna, Meena T., Jayshree T., Bharat Kapoor, Avtar Gill, Anand, Ratna, Ved Goswami, C.S. Mantri, Khalil Khan, Dr. Relan, Reema, Venus, Maqbool, Sarita, Sheela, Deepak, Aasha, Shaan and others. Jagdish Raj, Bhagwan Dada, Mohan Choti make friendly appearances in this movie.

This movie introduced Manish Kumar and Noorie.

‘Kaanoon Aur Mujrim-1981’ was passed by Censor Board on 18.06.1981.

This movie had total six songs composed by C. Arjun. He was assisted by Gyan and Iqbal. Asad Bhopali wrote four songs for this movie and Ahmed Wasi wrote two songs.

Today’s song is penned by Ahmed Wasi. The first song of this movie was posted on the blog on 14.05.2010. It was also penned by Ahmed Wasi. What a melodious song and what beautiful meaningful lyrics it had. I thought this song – Shaam rangeen huyi hai tere aanchal ki tarah was the only well-known song from this movie.

But after listening to today’s song it also sounds familiar and maybe I have heard it on Radio earlier.

Today’s song is a solo song sung by Suresh Wadkar. Other than him Shailendra Singh, Usha Mangeshkar, Dilraj Kaur and Shobha Gurtu have given their voices to the songs in this movie.
Now Dilraj Kaur and Shobha Gurtu’s name are more than enough to make one curious to know about the songs sung by them. Well, they will be coming in the future on the blog (if available).

As mentioned above lyrics for the today’s song were sent by Prakashchandra ji.

Ten years back on 14.05.2010 three songs were represented on the blog including a song from this movie “Kanoon Aur Mujrim-1981”.

Song Movie title-Year Remarks
Shaam rangeen huyi hai tere aanchal ki tarah Kaanoon Aur Mujrim-1981 01 of 06 song posted
Peete peete kabhi kabhi yoon jam badal jaate hain Bairaag-1976 All songs covered
Ye shamaa to jali roshni ke liye Aaya Saawan Jhoom Ke-1969 All songs covered

We can see that all the above three songs posted then are all good songs to listen to.

For ‘Kaanoon Aur Mujrim-1981’ we have so far only one song posted on the blog.

Song Posted On
Shaam rangeen huyi hai tere aanchal ki tarah 14.05.2010

Let us now enjoy today’s song. Video of this song is not available so I cannot say much about the picturization of this song…


Song-Jawaan hoon main bhi jaane jaan (Kaanoon Aur Mujrim)(1981) Singer-Suresh Wadkar, Lyrics-Ahmad Wasi, MD-C Arjun

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)

jawaan hoon oon oon oon
main bhi jaane-e-jaan
agar tu oo oo oo
khoobsoorat hai ae
mujhe teri zaroorat hai
tujhe meri zaroorat hai
jawaan hoon oon oon
main bhi jaane-e-jaan aa

main tere jalwon se chaahat ki duniyaa aa aa
aabaad kar loongaa aa aa
ae ae main teri zulfon ki khushboo churaa kar
neendon mein bhar loongaa aa
mera dil
keh rahaa hai tu
wafaa ki ee
ek moorat hai ae
mujhe teri zaroorat hai
tujhe meri zaroorat hai
jawaan hoon oon oon
main bhi jaane-e-jaan aa

hey ae ae maaloom kyaa thha ke ik din hamaaraa aa
aisey milan hogaa aa
baahon mein meri machalta lajaataa aa
tera badan hogaa aa
jigar kaa…aa aa aa aa
dard mitney ki ee
yahi to o o o
ek soorat hai ae
mujhe teri zaroorat hai
tujhe meri zaroorat hai
jawaan hoon oon oon
main bhi jaane-e-jaan

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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जवाँ हूँ ऊँ ऊँ ऊँ
मैं भी जान ए जाँ
अगर तू ऊ ऊ ऊ
खूबसूरत है ए
मुझे तेरी ज़रुरत है
तुझे मेरी ज़रुरत है
जवाँ हूँ ऊँ ऊँ
मैं भी जान ए जाँ

मैं तेरे जलवों से चाहत की दुनिया आ आ
आबाद कर लूंगा आ आ
ए ए ए मैं तेरी जुल्फों की खुशबू चुराकर
नींदों में भर लूँगा आ
मेरा दिल
कह रहा है तू
वफ़ा की ई
एक मूरत है ए
मुझे तेरी ज़रुरत है
तुझे मेरी ज़रुरत है
जवाँ हूँ ऊँ ऊँ
मैं भी जान ए जाँ

हे ए ए मालूम क्या था के एक दिन हमारा आ
ऐसे मिलन होगा आ
बाहों में मेरी मचलता लजाता
तेरा बदन होगा आ
जिगर का आ आ आ आ
दर्द मिटने की ई
यही तो ओ ओ ओ
एक सूरत है ए
मुझे तेरी ज़रुरत है
तुझे मेरी ज़रुरत है
जवाँ हूँ ऊँ ऊँ
मैं भी जान ए जाँ


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4284

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Hindi Songs in Tamil Films – 1
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Hullo Atuldom

There are popular songs which have stayed with us from the first time we heard them. And we have some expectations from them. The song that Atulji posted yesterday is an example. When he heard the song he thought that the song was the handiwork of Anu Malik- David Dhawan- Govinda- Karisma Kapoor; he was right on two counts, only got the lead pair wrong. Similarly I have a song in my head which I thought was a Kishore Kumar-Asha Bhonsle duet. On referring various online sites I came to realize my mistake.

Another thing which I have come to realize is that all those, who we were fans of as youngsters, are all past 60 or 70. Today’s celebrity is in the 80 year old age bracket.

There are singers who are legends and legends who are well known but don’t come readily into ones thoughts. Today is one such legend’s birthday. S Janaki.

She was born on 23rd April 1938 in Guntur Andhra Pradesh. She has had basic training in singing but no formal training in classical music. But she is excellent in voice modulation -she can sing in a voice that will suit the age of the character. She can converse fluently in Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, Tamil and Hindi. Like most singers associated with film music she has the distinction of singing in 17 languages and a few non-Indian languages like German, Japanese, English and a few more.

Starting in 1957 her career has spanned 6 decades and her association with South Indian stalwarts like SP Balasubramanyam, K. J. Yesudas, P.B. Sreenivas, Dr. Rajkumar etc is most talked about. She has sung under the baton of all the major music composers of India. She had announced her retirement from singing for films and stage performances in 2016 but under pressure from the film fraternity she made a comeback in 2018 for a Tamil film.

I don’t know which was her first song in Hindi movies but Bappi Lahiri was impressed by a Hindi song that she had sung for a Tamil movie and decided to introduce her to Bollywood. The song which I was going to present with this post was one of the many that she sang under Bappida’s baton with Kishore Kumar. That is the song I mentioned at the beginning of this post “Main tera tota, tu meri maina” I had initially thought of this happy-go-lucky song for today but midway through the post I thought we should instead listen to the song which impressed Bappida.

With this song I also have achieved one more objective- a few months back Guruji, our very own Arunkumarji had suggested; rather asked why I was not looking for Hindi songs in non-Bollywood movies. This was around the time Sadanandji had started his series on “Hindi Songs in Bangla movies”. Promptly I also drew up a list of Malayalam movies which I knew had Hindi songs, and I was waiting for appropriate dates for sending these songs. I must admit that today’s song was not on that list as I didn’t know of its existence.

The movie to which this song belongs is “Nandu” (meaning Crab, not a person’s name) that released in 1981. It is a story of a Tamil boy who is brought up in North India, comes to Chennai (Madras back then), settles into a job, takes a room on rent, falls in love with one of the girl tenants of the house and has the landlord’s daughter falling in love with him. (Got it from wikipedia, if there are knowledgeable people in the followers please give corrections).

The movie had songs written by Gangai Amaran, Madhukkur Kannan and P B Srinivas. Ilayaraja was the music director. Today’s song is in the voices of Bhupinder Singh and S Janaki. This song was written by P.B. Srinivas and in the video of the song I can only recognize Kutty Padmini (one of the girls), Venniradai Moorthy (the person who urges the boy to sing), and Senthamarai (the man sitting with the boy).

The boy has just said that he can’t sing in Tamil as he is ignorant of poetry in that language (reminds me of how I was 30 years back, not much different now) so Moorthy asks him to sing in the language he is comfortable in. Going by the actors list available on wiki that should be Suresh and the girl who sings along is Aswini.

Wishing Janakiamma, as she is addressed by her fans, a happy and healthy life on her birthday today. Thank you for the enormous stock of songs that you have given us.

Audio

Video

Song-Kaise kahoon kuchh keh na sakoon (Nandu)(Tamil)(1981) Singers-Bhupinder Singh, S Janaki, Lyrics-P B Srinivas, MD-Illayaraja

Lyrics

hmmm mmm hmm
ho ho ho ho o
kaise kahoon
kuchh keh na sakoon
kaise kahoon
kuchh keh na sakoon
ye raaz pale dil mein
kaise kahoon
kuchh keh na sakoon
ye raaz pale dil mein
kayi gulon ka hai chaman
kisi ka ho gaya hai mann
kaise kahoon
kuchh keh na sakoon
ye raaz pale dil mein

kaise kahoon
kuchh keh na sakoon
kaise kahoon
kuchh keh na sakoon
ye raaz pale dil mein
kayi gulon ka hai chaman
kisi ka ho gaya hai mann
kaise kahoon
kuchh keh na sakoon
ye raaz pale dil mein

sapne jo bhi dekhe
saare hain anokhe

sapne jo bhi dekhe
saare hain anokhe
milan ho gaya sapnon mein
milan kyun na ho duniya mein

milan ho gaya sapnon mein
milan kyun na ho duniya mein
reh kar saamne hi
kaisi yeh judaai
?? sanam se nazar milaayi
kaise kahoon
kuchh keh na sakoon
ye raaz pale dil mein
kayi gulon ka hai chaman
kisi ka ho gaya hai mann

kaise kahoon
kuchh keh na sakoon
ye raaz pale dil mein

jitni bhi hon raahen
manzil ko hi chaahen

jitni bhi ho raahen
manzil ko hi chaahen
sabki manzilen apni apni
manzilon ki manzil apni

sabki manzilen apni apni
manzilon ki manzil apni
manzil wo hai jannat
jannat hai mohabbat

manzil ki kisne raah dikhaayi
kaise kahoon
kuchh keh na sakoon
ye raaz rahe dil mein

kayi gulon ka hain chaman
kisi ka ho gaya hai mann
la la la la la la
la la la la la la
la la la la la
la la la la la la


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Blog Day : 4244 Post No. : 15463

“Umrao Jaan” (1981) was produced and directed by Muzaffar Ali. The movie had Rekha, Farooq Sheikh, Naseruddin Shah, Raj Babbar, Shaukat Kaifi, Bharat Bhushan, Satish Shah, Prema Narayan, Dina Pathak, Leela Mishra, Akbar Rashid, Gajanan Jagirdar, Khan Ghizlai, Rita Rani Kaul etc in it.

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

Here is the seventh song from “Umrao Jaan” (1982) to appear in the blog. this song is a classical song which is sung on traditional lyrics. It is sung by Shahida Khan according to HFGK. But it turns out that the song, as seen in the picturization is sung by Ustaad Ghulam Mustafa Khan. Shahid Khan version was the record version of the song.Khayyam is the music director.


Song-Jhoola kinne daala re(Umraao Jaan)(1981) Singer-Ustaad Ghulam Mustafa Khan/Shahida Khan, MD-Khayyam

Lyrics
Ustaad Ghulam Mustafa Khan version

jhoola kinne daala re amraiyya
jhoole mora sainya loon main balainya
re amraiyya
jhoola kinne daala re amraiyya

ambuva ke pedva pe jhoola jhoolat hai
ambuva ke pedva pe jhoola jhoolat hai
garba lagaaye pakad leenhi bainya
re amraiyya
Jhoola kinne daala re amraiyya
jhoola kinne daala re amraiyya

dar mohe laage jiya mora larje ae
dar mohe laage jiya mora larje
haule haule jhoolna jhulaao more sainya
haule haule bhoolna khiladi more sainya
re amraiyya
jhoola kinne daala re amraiyya
re amraiyya
re amraiyya


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Blog Day : 4205 Post No. : 15395

Memories that are pure gold – the mention of his name brings to mind a limited set of memories. Ah but these memories are pure gold.

Remembering Vijay Anand today, on his birth anniversary. He would have been 86 today.

Without any doubts, the best and the most remarkable sense of visualization of music. Not just thinking of films with Navketan – ‘Nau Do Gyaarah’ (1957), ‘Kaala Bazaar’ (1960), ‘Tere Ghar Ke Saamne’ (1963), ‘Guide’ (1965), ‘Jewel Thief’ (1967), ‘Johnny Mera Naam’ (1970) and more, his films outside of Navketan are also as memorable for their songs. ‘Teesri Manzil’ (1966) being the most popular and loved film for its songs, and their presentation. Of course, no one counters the wholesome effect of “O Haseena Zulfon Waali”. But then, see “O Mere Sona Re Sona Re Sona Re”. The superb performances in this song by both Shammi Kapoor and Asha Parekh are the handiwork of a most capable director, who knows how to bring out the maximum impact of everything that goes into presenting a song – the ambience, the words, the music, the facial expressions, the body language, crafting the merger of actions with music, the give and take between the two protagonists – everything brought together to convey this latent feeling in the heart, bringing it to the lips, and then expressing it with an un-tethered exuberance on the part of the lady, and a coy displeasure (to start with) on part of the gentleman. The end result – as Atul ji has often pointed out – after three stanzas, all is well and the lovers are seen walking hand in hand.

Take ‘Black Mail’ (1973) and the wonderfully soft rendition of a surreal presence of the loved one – felt through the written word, the voice of lover echoing through the letters, and the presence is so real that the lady wakes up with a start having felt the reality of a kiss on her forehead. Yes, the song is “Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas, Tum Rehti Ho”. I am never tired of replaying this song, the video I mean. Just the song itself is great, but its presentation on screen has enhanced its beauty and impact many folds.

Vijay Anand has also appeared in a handful of films. In some of the films that he directed himself, and he is not in the list of actors, one can catch a glimpse of him in very brief cameo appearances. However, he has appeared in bigger roles, and also as a hero. The first film in which he made his debut in a meaty role is ‘Joru Ka Bhai’ from 1955, a comedy film in which the lead pair was Balraj Sahni and Sheela Ramani.

His next major appearance is as the hero of the 1957 film ‘Agra Road’, a cops and robbers type of story. Next we see him on screen along with his two elder brothers, Chetan and Dev, in the 1960 film ‘Kala Bazaar’ which he also directed. In this film he plays the role of the ex-boyfriend of Waheeda Rehman, who has gone for higher studies to France, and returns with his amorous loyalties shifted elsewhere.

After a gap of four years, he is seen once again in a supporting role in ‘Haqeeqat’ (1964), a film that had a large ensemble of main line stars. The next gap is much longer – 7 years. And he makes his screen appearance once again in the 1971 film ‘Tere Mere Sapne’, a film that he has directed himself. His role in this film as Dr. Jagannath Kothari, a famous gynecologist (in film), is very impressive and effective.

The next film is ‘Chhupa Rustom’ in 1973. Dev and himself, are police agents who go undercover to capture a gang of smugglers. Once again, this film is directed by him. His role, masquerading as a shady, brash, small time, two-timing con man brings out the comedian in him – in my opinion one of his best screen appearances. This film is an Indianized version of the famous novel by Alistair MacLean – ‘Fear Is The Key’.

Parallel to ‘Chhupa Rustam’ in 1973, he also appeared in the film ‘Double Cross’. In this, he appears in a double role as the hero and his twin brother who is on the wrong side of the law. He was not yet 40, but he looked quite overage for this twin brothers roles. He appears to be trying very hard to be the role, but was not convincing. The con-man role in ‘Chhupa Rustam’ was a great act, but in ‘Double Cross’ he did not quiet click. It is interesting to note that in the role of the brother on the right side of the law, Vijay is a professional photographer. That rang a bell in my mind and I checked. Very much so, the film ‘Heera Panna’ in which Dev Anand plays the role of a professional photographer also, was released in 1973 itself. As one compares the two performances, they are quite similar in mannerism, attire and body language. Now who was copying from whom? 🙂

In 1973 came another good film, produced and directed by his elder brother Chetan – ‘Hindustan Ki Kasam’. He played the role of a fighter pilot, coming from a family of soldiers and pilots. There is a brief but a great monologue by him in this film – “Saathiyo, Dosto, Hum Hi To Aaj Ke Arjun Hain. . .”. (It can be viewed at 39:40 on the timeline at the link for the film ‘Hindustan Ki Kasam‘.) He presents this monologue, takes to the skies and then does not return. A short role, albeit an impressive one.

A year later he produced the film ‘Chor Chor’ (1974), but did not direct it himself. It is a suspense thriller that did not make it good on the box office, however, it was praised by the critics and reviewers. The film had no songs, and its star cast was very interesting. Vijay had assembled many actors of yesteryears for this film – Trilok Kapoor, Jairaj, and Ranjan. The female lead opposite to Vijay himself is Leena Chandawarkar. I have not seen this film, but it seems interesting enough to merit a view.

In 1974, he appeared in another film, in a very impressive performance once again. The film ‘Kora Kaagaz’, and he is cast with Jaya Bhaduri as the leading pair. The film is about an idealistic romance that transforms into matrimony. And the matrimony cannot withstand the reality of social relations and issues of personal choices – it breaks apart. Alas, there is a happy ending as the estranged spouses meet and make up in railway waiting room. Another very impressive performance.

Then, after a gap of another 4 years, Vijay appeared in another very good role – that of a rich landlord, very well performed. The film is ‘Main Tulsi Tere Aangan Ki’. A gem of a film by Raj Khosla, Vijay is pitted against two seasoned performers – Nutan as his first and legally wedded wife and Asha Parekh as his second companion in life, whom he brings home much to the dislike of the first lady of the house.

In 1981, came the film ‘Ghungroo Ki Awaaz’ – a tale of haunting and intrigues. Once again, Vijay finds himself out of his depth. Is that a reflection of being a very good director and then come to act under the direction of another director who may not be as well capable. Don’t know whether we should draw this comparison. But then this film is not in my list of impressive performances by Vijay.

In 1984, Chetan Anand produced and directed ‘Hum Rahe Na Hum’ in which Vijay and Shabana Azmi played the lead pair. Then in 2001, he produced and directed ‘Jaana Na Dil Se Door’ in which he and brother Dev played senior roles in a film with an impressive star cast that includes Kamini Kaushal, Mohnish Behl, Moushumi Chatterji, Indrani Bannerjee, Dinesh Hingoo and Vikram Gokhale.

Vijay also appeared in a mini series on TV in 1994, titled ‘Tehkikaat’, in the role of Sam D’Silva, an investigator.

Readers would remember that Alfred Hitchcock always made it point to appear in his own films in a fleeting cameo appearance. That was his signature mark in his films, and the audiences would eagerly await to catch his appearance as they viewed his films for the first time. Vijay Anand has also a similar reputation, albeit we are not sure we have tracked down his cameos in all the films that he directed. A brief list of what I have been able to compile.

He appears in ‘Funtoosh’ (1956) as a young out-of-work writer, who meets Funtoosh (Dev Anand) after he is released from the mental hospital. Funtoosh gifts him a pen to write.

Then in ‘Tere Ghar Ke Saamne’ (1963) he appears in the stairwell of Qutab Minar, wearing spectacles, walking down the stairs with two other persons, as Dev and Nutan are busy with their amorous inclinations singing “Dil Ka Bhanwar Karey Pukaar”.

In ‘Guide’ (1965), we hear his voice, as an unknown stranger is asking about Raju guide on the railway platform. Just a very brief dialogue.

In ‘Jewel Thief’ (1967), we hear his voice on the phone, in a brief conversation with Helen.

In ‘Prem Pujari’ (1970) he appears very briefly in the role of a spy, a fleeting cameo.

Again in 1970 ‘Johnny Mera Naam’, we hear his voice very briefly as an officer of Nepal Police greets Iftekhar at the Kathmandu airport, welcoming him to Nepal.

Here is a very interesting on screen appearance trivia. Hollywood producer and director, Mike Judge of the ‘Beavis And Butthead’ fame, was a great fan of Vijay Anand. In fact, in his animated film ‘Beavis And Butthead Do America’, there is a song being played in a casino in Las Vegas. On stage, among the musicians, there is a guitar player accompanying the singer. Mike Judge had based this character on Vijay Anand. The song in that film is ‘Love Roller Coaster’, available on YouTube; just click on the link.

A brief list of shelved films of Vijay Anand.

After ‘Rajput’ (1982) and before ‘Main Tere Liye’ (1988), Vijay Anand launched ‘Dekha Jaayega’ with Anil Kapoor and Jackie Shroff. Anil backed out at last moment. After a brief gap, the film was planned again with Saif Ali in place of Anil, but was later shelved.

In 1988, he planned the film ‘Dosti Ka Taqaaza’ starring Mithun and Govinda. It was later shelved.

He appeared in the film ‘Insha Allaah’ as the hero opposite to Zarina Wahab. The film was later shelved.

He directed ‘Chura Lenge Ankhon Se Kajal’ (1992) with Akshay Kumar and Kareena Karishma Kapoor. This film was also shelved.

In 1997 he starred in and directed the NFDC (National Film Development Corporation) film ‘Nyaymurty Krishnamurty’. This film also did not see the light of the day.

In the 1990s, he also started working on another film ‘Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas’, which could not be completed, probably did not go beyond the planning stage.

OK, so today’s song. It is contributed by Avinash ji. The film is ‘Ghungroo Ki Awaaz’. The story is of a family conspiracy with shades of reminders from the film ‘Mera Saaya’. The protagonist falls in love, the lady dies in confusing circumstances, then she returns as a ghost to haunt the man. The plot finally nails down another family member, who is attempting to get rid of the protagonist, for the sake of inheritance. There are maybe some more films that are based on this scenario.

The music is by RD Burman, the words are from the pen of Vijay Anand himself and Kishore Kumar is the playback voice.

A heartfelt salute to this celluloid artist who donned many a hat in his career, and had left behind a memorable legacy.

 

Video

Audio

Song – Tere Ghungroo Ki Awaaz  (Ghungroo Ki Awaaz) (1981) Singer – Kishore Kumar, Lyrics – Vijay Anand, MD – RD Burman

Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

ho o o mere hamraaz
kaisa hai ye raaz
bulaati hai aur kho jaati hain
tere ghunghroo ki aawaaz
tere ghunghroo ki aawaaz

ho o o mere hamraaz
kaisa hai ye raaz
bulaati hai aur kho jaati hain
tere ghunghroo ki aawaaz
tere ghunghroo ki aawaaz

sitaaron ne sajaayee thhi dagar
hawaaon ne jhulaaya bhi magar
hmm hmm hmm
sitaaron ne sajaayee thhi dagar
hawaaon ne jhulaaya bhi magar
jalaa daaley
jalaa daaley
pankh naseebon ne
reh gayee hasrat e parwaaz
tere ghunghroo ki aawaaz
ho o o mere hamraaz
kaisa hai ye raaz
bulaati hai aur kho jaati hain
tere ghunghroo ki aawaaz
tere ghunghroo ki aawaaz

andheron mein chhupi hai kiran
milan hai par ye kaisa milan
hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm
andheron mein chhupi hai kiran
milan hai par ye kaisa milan
adhura hai
adhura hain
geet jeewan ka
aur toota toota saaz
tere ghunghroo ki aawaaz

ho o o mere hamraaz
kaisa hai ye raaz
bulaati hai aur kho jaati hain
tere ghunghroo ki aawaaz
tere ghoonghroo ki aawaaz
tere ghoonghroo
ki aawaaz

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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हो ओ ओ मेरे हमराज़
कैसा है ये राज़
बुलाती है और खो जाती हैं
तेरे घुँघरू कि आवाज़

हो ओ ओ मेरे हमराज़
कैसा है ये राज़
बुलाती है और खो जाती हैं
तेरे घुँघरू कि आवाज़

सितारों ने सजाई थी डगर
हवाओं ने झुलाया भी मगर
हं हं हं
सितारों ने सजाई थी डगर
हवाओं ने झुलाया भी मगर
जला डाले
जला डाले
पंख नसीबों ने
रह गयी हसरत ए परवाज़
तेरे घुँघरू कि आवाज़
हो ओ ओ मेरे हमराज़
कैसा है ये राज़
बुलाती है और खो जाती हैं
तेरे घुँघरू कि आवाज़

अंधेरों में छुपी है किरण
मिलन है पर ये कैसा मिलन
हं हं हं
हं हं हं
अंधेरों में छुपी है किरण
मिलन है पर ये कैसा मिलन
अधूरा हैं
अधुरा हैं
गीत जीवन का
और टूटा टूटा साज़
तेरे घुँघरू कि आवाज़

हो ओ ओ मेरे हमराज़
कैसा है ये राज़
बुलाती है और खो जाती हैं
तेरे घुँघरू कि आवाज़
तेरे घुँघरू कि आवाज़
तेरे घुँघरू ..
कि आवाज़


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.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 : 4203 Post No. : 15390

Hullo Atuldom

Listening to music is a pastime. And if it is film songs – all the more good. Plus if it is HFM I couldn’t ask for more- anyone who knows me knows this. Fellow atulites included. Followers of the blog also are aware that “vividh bharati” the radio station, is my reminder diary.

So soon as I heard the program remembering Parveen Babi – of the lustrous hair- I looked for hitherto unposted songs and found many possibilities.

I have zeroed in on a song where she is romancing Jeetendra or trying to stop him from getting into trouble. I must admit that I know two songs from this movie, one of which, a Kishore Kumar- Asha Bhonsle duet Naye puraane saal mein ek raat baaki has been posted by Sudhirji in 2014.

The movie “Raksha” had a total of five songs, the handiwork of the trusted pair of RD Burman- Anand Bakshi. The movie was supposed to be a spy movie with Jeetendra’s character having the code name ‘Agent 116’. For added measure Parveen Babi also had two names – Chanda and Bijli. Today we have the Jeetendra lip syncing to Mohd. Rafi and Asha is the female playback.

Thinking of the beautiful Parveen Babi on the occasion of her anniversary.


Song-Main chalta hoon mujhe jaane do (Raksha)(1981) Singers-Rafi, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

main chalta Hoon
mujhe jaane do
main chalta hoon
mujhe jaane do
chale jaana
honthon pe dil ki baat aane do
chale jaana
honthon pe dil ki baat aane do

o
main chalta hoon mujhe jaane do
main chalta hoon mujhe jaane do
chale jaana
honthon pe dil ki baat aane do
chale jaana
honthon pe dil ki baat aane do

o main chalta hoon
mujhe jaane do
main chalta hoon
mujhe jaane do

yakeen karo kisi tarah
milenge kal issi tarah
yakeen karo kisi tarah
milenge kal issi tarah
kal toh kitni door hai
mera dil majboor hai
thehero thodi der toh
dil ka haal sunane do

o main chalta hoon
mujhe jaane do
main chalta hoon
mujhe jaane do

lallaalala laalalalala
laalalalalala
abhi mile abhi chale
rahe mujhe bade gile
abhi mile abhi chale
rahe mujhe bade gile

sab gile mit jaayenge
jab gale lag jaayenge
itni door baithe ho
thoda paas toh aane do
hmmm hmmm rurururururu
main chalta hoon mujhe jaane do (rururururu)

khuli hawa haseen Samaa
ruko zara chale kahaan
khuli hawa haseen Samaa
ruko zara chale kahaan

ek toh kaam zaroori hai
dooje kuchch majboori hai
donon baatein jhoothi hain
yeh hain saaf bahaane do
rurururururu

main chalta hoon
mujhe jaane do
chale jaana
honthon pe dil ki baat aane do
chale jaana
honthon pe dil ki baat aane do

o main chalta hoon
mujhe jaane do
laa laa laa la la la la laa


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Blog Day : 4190 Post No. : 15372

Today (7 january 2020) is the 63rd birthday of Reena Roy (DoB 7 january 1957). She made her debut in Hindi movies with B R Ishara who cast her in “Zaroorat”(1972) in a “bold” role. She was considered suitable for songs that are these days considered item songs. “Jaise Ko Taisa”(1973) may not be remembered today, but someone like me associate this movie with the song “able saawan mein jee dare rimjhim tan pe paani gire”. This song was picturised on Reena Roy and Jeetendra.

Reena Roy formed a hit pair with Shatrughan Sinha beginning with “Kallicharan”(1976) followed by “Vishwanath”(1978)- 16 movies in all. She also formed a hit pair with Sunil Dutt. She figured in “Naagin”(1976), “Jaani Dushman”(1979) etc with Sunil Dutt.

Reena Roy’s pairing with Jeetendra in typical Madrasi family dramas led to some memorable tear jerkers viz. Apnapan(1977), Badalte Rishtey(1978), Asha(1980), Pyaasa Saawan(1982), Arpan(1983) etc (22 movies in all). She won Filmfare award for best supporting actress for her role in “Apnapan”(1977).

Reena Roy also got to work with Rajesh Khanna, after he was no longer a superstar. They worked together in four movies. One such movie was “Dhanwan”(1983). Here Reena Roy plays the widow of Rakesh Roshan- another of her “strong” roles that she was known for in 1980s.

On this occasion, here is a song from “Dhanwaan”(1981). This song is sung by Lata. Sahir Ludhianvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Hridaynath Mangeshkar.

The song is picturised as a stage dance song where Rajesh Khanna has bought the entire show and he is the only one in the hall watching the performance. The same situation would later arise with Jaya Prada and Amitabh Bachchan is another movie, viz “Sharaabi”(1984). 🙂

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

Video

Audio (containing wrong poster)

Song-Kuchh log mohabbat ko vyopaar samajhte hain (Dhanwaan)(1981) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Sahir Ludhianvi, Md-Hridaynath Mangeshkar

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

Mohabbat ka aa taalluk
Shaan o shaukat se nahin hota
Ye saudaa
Aisa aa saudaa hain
Jo daulat se nahin ee ee ee hota

Kuchh log mohabbat ko
Kuchh log mohabbat ko
Byopaar samajhte hain ae ae
Duniya ko khilaunon ka
Baazar samajhte hain ae ae ae
Kuchh log mohabbat ko
Byopaar samajhte hain ae ae
Kuchh log mohabbat ko

Daulat ka nashaa inn ko
Kuchh itna jyaada hai
Daulat ka nashaa inn ko
Kuchh itna jyaada hai
Duniya ki har ik shay ko
Aa aa aa aa aa
Duniya ki har ik shay ko
Paane ka iraada hain
Apne ko do aalam ka aa
Apne ko do aalam ka
Mukhtaar samajhte hain ae
Kuchh log mohabbat ko o

Dil kya hain wafaa kya hain
Ye log na samajhenge
Dil kya hain wafaa kya hain
Ye log na samajhenge
Mitne ki adaa kya hain
Aa aa aa aa aa
Mitne ki adaa kya hain
Ye log na samajhenge
Har shahks ko bikne par
Har shakhs ko bikne par
Taiyyar samajhte hain ae ae
Kuchh log mohabbat ko o

Kahiye bhi to inn jaise
Dildaaron ko kya kahiye
Kahiye bhi to inn jaise
Dildaaron ko kya kahiye ae ae
Mazboor hain aadat se
Aa aa aa aa aa
Mazboor hain aadat se
Bechaaron ko kya kahiye
Ham aise dimaagon ko
Ham aise dimaagon ko
Ham aise dimaagon ko
O o o
Ham aise dimaagon ko
Beemaar samajhte hain ae ae
Kuchh log mohabbat ko
Byopaar samajhte hain ae ae
Kuchh log mohabbat ko

——————————–
Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
———————————
मोहब्बत का आ ताल्लुक
शान ओ शौकत से नहीं होता
ये सौदा
ऐसा आ सौदा हैं
जो दौलत से नहीं ई ई ई होता

कुछ लोग मोहब्बत को
कुछ लोग मोहब्बत को
ब्योपार समझते हैं ए ए
दुनिया को खिलौनों का
बाज़ार समझते हैं ए ए ए
कुछ लोग मोहब्बत को
ब्योपार समझते हैं ए ए
कुछ लोग मोहब्बत को

दौलत का नशा इन को
कुछ इतना ज्यादा है
दौलत का नशा इन को
कुछ इतना ज्यादा है
दुनिया कि हर इक शय को
आ आ आ आ आ
दुनिया कि हर इक शय को
पाने का इरादा है
अपने को दो आलम का आ
अपने को दो आलम का
मुख्तार समझते हैं ए
कुछ लोग मोहब्बत को ओ

दिल क्या हैं वफ़ा क्या हैं
ये लोग न समझेंगे
दिल क्या हैं वफ़ा क्या हैं
ये लोग न समझेंगे
मिटने कि अदा क्या है
आ आ आ आ आ
मिटने कि अदा क्या है
ये लोग न समझेंगे
हर शख्स को बिकने पर
हर शख्स को बिकने पर
तैयार समझते हैं ए ए
कुछ लोग मोहब्बत को ओ

कहिये भी तो इन जैसे
दिलदारों को क्या कहिये
कहिये भी तो इन जैसे
दिलदारों को क्या कहिये ए ए
आ आ आ आ आ
मजबूर हैं आदत से
बेचारों को क्या कहिये
हम ऐसे दिमागों को
हम ऐसे दिमागों को
हम ऐसे दिमागों को
ओ ओ ओ
हम ऐसे दिमागों को
बीमार समझते हैं ए ए
कुछ लोग मोहब्बत को
ब्योपार समझते हैं ए ए
कुछ लोग मोहब्बत को


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Blog Day : 4176 Post No. : 15351

Remembering Mohammed Rafi Sahab on his 95th birth anniversary :

Hullo Atuldom

Today’s post is for a song from the 1981 release “Zamaane ko Dikhaana Hai” which was produced and directed by Nasir Hussain. It marked the debut of Padmini Kolhapure as an adult; prior to this she had acted as a child star in numerous movies. The music department was handled by Majrooh Sultanpuri and R D Burman. The songs were play-backed by Asha Bhonsle, Shailendra Singh, Mohd. Rafi and Pancham. Nasir Hussain took a few scenes from his “Jab Pyar Kisise Hota Hain” – song on train top; runaway girl from “Caravan” and a song & dance competition inspired from “Hum Kisise Kum Nahin”. Additionally, there are multiple songs in a scene as in “Yaadon Ki Baraat” and “Hum Kisise Kum Nahin”.

The story of the movie was very simple and straight: – a rich man, Dr. Shreeram Lagoo (may his soul rest in peace) has two sons Ramesh (Randhir Kapoor in a guest appearance) and Ravi (Rishi Kapoor). Ramesh (the older son) loves and marries a not-so-rich girl and so is banished from the household. All this happens during the absence of the younger Ravi who convinces his dad to forgive his BHAIYYA and sets out to bring his brother back. He finds that his bhaiyya and bhabhi are dead leaving their baby in the care of the bhabhi’s sister Kanchan (Padmini Kolhapure). Now his job is to convince Kanchan of his good intentions, fall in love with her in the process and take her & his nephew home but not before the movie runs through its set of twists and turns. Then there is also the rich man’s bad brother to take care of before the movie comes to an ‘ALL IS WELL THAT ENDS WELL’ close.

The movie had fairly popular songs, two of which are already on the blog. Today’s song is a multi- version song. Also, one of the version forms part of the multiple song set that I mentioned. In one version we have a song and dance competition where Vijay Arora (guest appearance) along with his partner (Aarti Gupta- also in guest appearance) challenges Rishi to the floor. But he is too drunk to get off the chair. So, Padmini takes to the floor sings & moves a leg and Rishi Kapoor joins and they compete with good support from the kids in the audience.

The second version with different stanzas has a drunk Padmini leading the song where the lovers fantasize about their future. We had Mohd. Rafi and Asha Bhosle giving their voices to the two songs.

This movie released about a year after Rafi saab’s death. This post is also to celebrate the 95th birth anniversary of Padmashri Mohd Rafi.
Rafi saab- the man who started his career in films in 1944 with a song under Shyam Sunder’s baton. In the career that spanned 36 years he had lent his voice for all the actors who have graced the silver screen in that time frame. He also appeared on-screen in two films. He was the favourite singer of an entire generation and the following generation too. People loved his Halke-Phulke songs as much as his classical based songs. He had great control on his voice and could go full-throated or soft in the same song. Don’t know why god stopped making singers like him and no matter how much one sounded like Rafi saab they couldn’t sing like him and none of his clones or apes or people who claimed to have been inspired by him reached that height of popularity. And I have heard and read in various places that he was a very humble human being. Like the song which Amitabh sang in a movie (in Mohd. Aziz’s voice) in 1990 “na phankaar tujhsa tere baad aaya, Mohd. Rafi tu bahut yaad aaya”; we, his fans, too miss him.

Wishing that Rafi Saab was still with us and thanking god for giving us such a divine-voiced singer let us enjoy today’s song.

Video version (Part I)

Video version (Part II)

Audio version

Song-Poochho na yaar kya hua (Zamaane Ko Dikhaana Hai)(1981) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Rafi, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-R D Burman
Chorus
Rafi + Chorus
Padmini Kolhapure
Rishi Kapoor

Lyrics (Video Version Part I)
—————————————

(gorkha words in the beginning)

hmm hmmm hmmm
Mmm hmmm hmmmm
hmm hmmm hmmm
Mmm hmmm hmmmm

poocho na yaar kya hua
dil ka qaraar kya hua
poocho na yaar kya hua
dil ka qaraar kya hua
tum pe toh ham mar mite hai abhi se
jaane hamaara aage kya hoga
ai ai yaa yaa yaa yaa

aage kya hoga
kya hoga shaadi

ae ha ha ha ha ha

hamko mil gayi
duniya pyaar ki
maana ho gaye
tum mere apne
phir bhi yeh sawaal
dil mein yeh khayaal
na ho ye kahin door ke sapne
ho
yeh ab ki baar kya hua
dil ka qaraar kya hua
tumpe toh ham mar mite hain abhi se
jaane hamaara aage kya hoga
ai ai ya ya ya ya ya

aur phir kya hoga
partiyaan daawtein
bottlein

cheers

apne paas kya
armaan ke siwa
yoon toh main tumhein
aur kya doongi
jo bhi hai mera
main aur mera pyaar
tumpe ek baar sab luta doongi
ho
chaahoge toh main
dekhoongi tumhe
kahadoge toh phir
sar jhuka loongi ee ee
haay dildaar kya hua
dil ka qaraar hua
tumpe to ham mar mite hain abhi se
jaane hamaara aage kya hoga
ai ai yai yaa yai yai ya yaa

arre baba
tum bhi to kuchh bolo na

achcha
toh suno

chhodo jaane jaan
tum bhi ho kahaan
ghabraate nahin
hum zamaane se
dekho toh idhar
kiska hai jigar
uljhe aapke iss deewaane se
ho uljhe hazaar kya hua
ai mere pyaar kya hua
apni khushi hogi
yeh zindagi hogi
iske siwa aur aage kya hoga

ai ai ai yaa yaa yaa yaa
ai ai ai yaa yaa yaa yaa yaa

 

Lyrics (Audio Version, Video Version Part II)
——————————————–
he ae ae

hurraay
hurraay

haiya haiya
aa ha hayya hayya

bolo bolo
kuchh toh bolo
saamne waale
le gaye baazi
arre himmat kar ke
aage aao
duniya hogi
tumse raazi
arre haiyya haiyya
ha aa haiyya haiyya

ho ho ho
bolo bolo
kuchh toh bolo
saamne waale
hai le gayi baazi
arre himmat karke
aage aao
duniya hogi
tumse raazi
haiyya haiyya
ha aa haiya haiya

dekho gaya waqt aata dobaara nahin ee
phir yeh na kehna kisi ne pukaara nahin ee
ho o o
dekho gaya waqt aata dobaara nahin ee
phir yeh na kehna kisi ne pukaara nahin ee
ho bolo bolo
bolo
kuchh to bolo
saamne waale
hai le gaye baazi
haiyya haiyya
haa ha haiya haiya
come on yaar

poocho na yaar kya hua
dil ka qarar kya hua
chak chak cha cha cha cha

poocho na yaar kya hua
dil ka qaraar kya hua
poocho na yaar kya hua
dil ka qaraar kya hua
tum pe toh hum mar mite hain abhi se
jaane hamaara aage kya hoga
ai yai yai yaa
yai yai yaa yaa

ru ru
ru ru
ru ru ru
tu ru ru

tumne pyaar se
ham ko ek baar
keh daala hai yaar
toh nibha dena
itna beqaraar
koi bhi nahin
dekho mera haal
dekhte ho na
dekho na yaar kya hua
dil ka qaraar kya hua
tum pe toh hum mar mite hain abhi se
jaane hamaara aage kya hoga
poocho na yaar kya hua aa

o haa
o haa
he he
he he
he he he he
he he he he

aaaaaaaaaa
ru ru ru ru
tururu

(some more chorus)

dil pe tha hamein
kitna aitbaar
tumse kya kahe
hum yeh afsaana
dil pe tha hamein
kitna aitbaar
tumse kya kahe
hum ye afsaana
koi gulbadan
koi naazneen
kar sakta nahin
hum ko deewaana aa aa
woh aitbaar kya hua
dil ka qarar kya hua
tumpe to hum mar mite hain abhi se
jaane hamaara aage kya hoga
poocho na yaar kya hua
ai yai yai yaa
yai yai yaa aa

la la la laa la la
la la la laa la la
la la la laa la la
la la la laa la la

 


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Blog Day :

4129 Post No. : 15288 Movie Count :

4209

“Waardaat”(1981) was produced and directed by Ravikant Nagaich for Gopi Enterprises, Bombay. This movie had Mithun Chakraborty, Kajal Kiran, Shakti Kapoor, Kalpana Iyer, Iftekhar,Birbal, Kesto Mukherjee, Jagdeep, Prem Bedi, Manorama, Praveen Paul, Thyagraj, Randhir, Dinesh Hingoo, Prem Kumar, Sharat etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. They were sung by five singers.

Today (7 november 2019) is the 71st birthday of Usha Uthup. On this occasion, here is a song from “Waardaat”(1981). This song is sung by Usha Uthup and Bappi Lahiri. Ramesh Pant is the lyricist. Music is composed by Bappi Lahiri.

The song is picturised on Kalypana Iyer and Mithun Chakraborty.

Mithun Chakrborty enjoyed vast popularity among the chawanni chhaap movie goers of those days :). Such audiences were to be found all over India, and more so in eastern part of the country. Front stall movieoers of Bihar (including present day Jharkhand) “ditched” their own Shatrughan Sinha and became fans of Mithun Chakraborty. 🙂

I was among the small minority who did not like Mithun Chakraborty movies. 🙂

If teenagers of Maharashtra celebrated Ganpati festival, then teenagers in Eastern parts celebrated Saraswati Puja in a similarly grand way. Playing hindi movie music in these Saraswati Puja pandals used to be a major activity of these saraswati Puja festivities. Operating the record player and thus deciding which songs to play used to be a much sought after task. I had the proud privilege of being the record player operator in early 1980s at Ranchi. 🙂 I recall playing “disco” songs of those days, including the song under discussion. 🙂

Most Saraswati Puja organisers used to be academically challenged. They would bring their (largely untouched) textbooks in the pandal to be kept at the feet of goddess Saraswati, hoping that pooja thus performed would magically transfer the contents of those text books into their brains. 🙂

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

With this song, “Waardaat”(1981) makes its debut in the blog.

Audio link(longer)

Video link(shorter)

Song-Tu mujhe jaan se bhi pyaara hai (Waardaat)(1981) Singers-Usha Uthup, Bappi Lahiri, Lyrics-Ramesh Pant, MD-Bappi Lahiri

Lyrics(audio version)(Provided by Prakashchandra)

Hu..oo …oooo..ooo
u u u

haa raa raa ree..eee
taa raaa..aaa…aa
shibaa sundar turoo

tu mujhe jaan se bhi pyaaraa hai
tere bina soona jag saaraa hai
dil se dil
mil gaya aaa aaa
main teri ho gayee
tu mera ho jaa aa aaa
main teri ho gayee ee

pyaar karna to zaroori hai
zindagi varnaa adhoori hai
ab meraa aa aaa
kya rahaa aaa
dil bhi hai teraa
jaan bhi teri ee ee
dil bhi hai teraa

tujhe hai kasam
chaahey jo bhi ho
dil mera todega nahin
bhooley se kabhi
ek pal bhi
saath mera chhodega nahin
tujhe hai kasam
chaahey jo bhi ho
dil mera todega nahin
bhooley se kabhi
ek pal bhi
saath mera chhodega nahin
main to hameshaa
teri rahoongi ee
main to hamesha teri rahoongi
pyaar karna to zaroori hai
zindagi varnaa adhoori hai
ab meraa aa
kya rahaa aa aa
dil bhi hai teraa
jaan bhi teri ee ee
dil bhi hai teraa

tu roo roo roo dee reera ree daa
taa raa rooo dee roo raaa dee reee raaa
raa raa roo roo raa roo doo dee daa
laa laaa laaaa laaaa

jeevan ka har ek pal
tujh pe nisaar karoongaa
jitna koyee kar na sakey
itna main pyaar karoongaa aa aa
jeevan ka har ek pal
tujh pe nisaar karoongaa
jitna koyee kar na sakey
itna main pyar karoongaa
phir tu kahegi
ab chhodo bhi
phir tu kahegi ab chhodo bhi

tu mujhe jaan se bhi pyaraa hai
tere bina soona jag saaraa hai
dil se dil
mil gaya aa aa
main teri ho gayee
tu mera ho jaa aa aa
main teri ho gayee
pyaar karna to zaroori hai
zindagi varnaa adhoori hai
ab mera aa aa
kya rahaa aa aa
dil bhi hai teraa
jaan bhi teri ee ee
dil bhi hai teraa aa


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