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I had not heard of a film named ‘Chatran’ (1988) until recently. The title of the film was unusual. I was wondering as to why the film in which Gulzar and R D Burman were associated, has remained obscure. After a search on the Google, I got the answer.

There was a Japanese film ‘Koneko Monogatari’ (1986) which became the most popular film in Japan in 1986 and continues to get earnings from this even now. Due to the film’s popularity, Columbia Pictures Industries (now Sony Pictures) dubbed the film in English under the title ‘The Adventures of Milo and Otis’ (1989). The English version film also became a box office hit.

But, before the English version of the film was released, the Indian film producer, Gul Anand got it dubbed in Hindi, titled ‘Chatran’ (1988). The film’s cast consisted of only the animals who did the live actions in the film. It is the story of a friendship between Chatran (the kitten) and Poosky (the pug-nosed puppy). So there were no dialogues in in all the versions of the film. The dubbing part is only of the narrators in the films. I watched the Hindi version of the film on the internet. The film is of 70-minute duration. The gist of the story is as under:

On a farm, a cat gives birth to seven kittens of which one of the male kittens, Chatran is naughty and is curious about its surroundings which sometime lands him in trouble. Chatran becomes friendly with mild-mannered Poosky and they become inseparable. They play ‘hide and seek’ game in the court yard of the farm in which Poosky is always a seeker and Chatran, a hider. But in this game, sometime Chatran gets in to trouble due to his curiosity. For instance, Chatran gets trapped in a chimney and with great difficulties, comes out of it with an ashen face.

One day, both Chatran and Poosky go towards the shore of a stream. Out of curiosity, Chatran enters into a wooden box lying in the stream water at the shore. Because of Chatran’s playful nature, the wooden box gets drifted to flowing stream. Poosky tries to save him by jumping into the stream but the wooden box gets drifted away from him. Poosky keeps trailing Chatran from the shores of the stream. From here onward, Chatran’s adventure starts.

Rest of the film is about how Chatran faces the problems and escapes on each occasion. He faces a bear but in nick of the time, Poosky comes to his rescue and fights with bear. Once Chatran comes out of the stream, he wanders in the forest and gets into trouble with snakes, bear and seagulls etc but successfully escapes. The positive side of his adventure is that during his wandering in the forest, he is sheltered by a deer and a pig with her piglets.

Finally, Chatran and Poosky unite in a vast meadow. They come back to their farm. They find their own mates and leave separately. They raise their own kittens and puppies. The film ends with Chatran and Poosky meeting each other with their extended family in the old farm house.

There were charges levelled against the original Japanese and English version films by Animal Rights Activists that there were cruelties to animals used in the filming. For example, there was a scene in which kitten plunges from a cliff and falls in the sea. Also, there was fight between the puppy and the bear. But the charges were never substantiated. However, I did not find any such problem for the Hindi version of the film from animal rights activists like PETA in India. Incidentally, the original Japanese film was of the duration of about 90 miniutes. But both the English and Hindi versions were of the duration of about 70 minutes. It is quite likely that some scenes which might have invited the wrath of Animal Rights Activists may have been deleted.

After watching the film, I personally felt that the scene in which the Chatran (the kitten) meows in pain when bitten by a crab (or scorpion?), looked to me real. Also, Chatran appeared stressful when he was drifting in the wooden box in the stream. And it is one of the longest scenes in the film. I do not know whether an animal put into such a stressful situation by a person, comes under the definition of ‘cruelty to the animal’.

As in the case of the Japanese and English versions of the film, the Hindi version,’Chatran’ (1988) has a ‘Sutradhaar’ (Narrator) and that function was superbly handled by Gulzar. At some places, he appears to have deviated from the original version. For example, in the beginning of the film, his narratives have unusual imageries which are not in the original Japanese version as well as in English version of the film:

Do bade bade sansaar hain ye, pariwaar hain ye.
Aakash aur dharti achche rishtedhaar hain ye.
Raat aakaash ki beti hai.
Kuchh kaali hai.
Aakaash ne gore chaand ki bindi de kar
isko chunmun karke taaron ke gahane pehanaayen hain.
Aur din aakaash ka beta hai.
Gora bhi hai magroor bhi hai.
Dharti par uski fazaa bhi hai.
Fazaa ke laakhon aur karodon chehare hain.
In cheharon se dharti par rounak rehti hai.
In sab mein zindagi behti hai.
In sab mein zindagi behti hai

The film has only one song of 4 stanzas, each stanza being played on 4 different occasion in the film. The last stanza is played with the montages of the film as credit titles roll. Asha Bhosle sings the words of Gulzar. The song is set to music by R D Burman.

With this song, ‘Chatran’ (1988) makes its debut in the Blog and also gets ‘yippied’ at the same time.

Video Clip(All the 4 parts)


Audio Clip(All the 4 parts)

Song-Zindagi zindagi zindagi (Chatran)(1988) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Gulzar, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

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Part-1
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zindagi
zindagi
zindagi

zindagi
zindagi
zindagi

khoobsoorat hai tu janm leti huyi
khoobsoorat hai tu janm deti huyi
zindagi
zindagi
zindagi

chhoo ke gujri hawa ke bahaane kabhi
aur shabnam mein utri nahaane kabhi
chhoo ke gujri hawa ke bahaane kabhi,
aur shabnam mein utri nahaane kabhi
ek mausum si gudgudi zindagi
zindagi

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Part-2
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na to dariya ruka na kinaara mila
door hota gaya jo sahaara mila
na to dariya ruka na kinaara mila
door hota gaya jo sahaara mila
dagmagaati huyi chal padi zindagi
dagmagati huyi chal padi zindagi
zindagi

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Part-3
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dhoop chhaaon mein aisi buni zindagi
zindagi ne ye kaisi chuni zindagi
hans rahi thhi abhi ro padi zindagi
hans rahi thhi abhi ro padi zindagi
zindagi

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Part-4
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zindagi
zindagi
zindagi

zindagi
zindagi
zindagi

khoobsoorat hai tu janm leti huyi
khoobsoorat hai tu janm deti huyi
zindagi
zindagi
zindagi

pyaar hi pyaar hai kho gayi zindagi
ek se phir anek ho gayi zindagi
pyaar hi pyaar hai kho gayi zindagi
ek se phir anek ho gayi zindagi
ho gayi hai ye kitni badi zindagi
ho gayi hai ye kitni badi zindagi
zindagi
zindagi
zindagi

zindagi
zindagi
zindagi

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Hullo to all in Atuldom

Todays’ song has Anand Bakshi and Anand Milind get together to give the movie goers Anand (joy!). it is from a movie which was directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee for GP Sippy’s production – ‘Jhooth Bole Kauwa Kaate’ (1998). The movie stars Anil Kapoor, Juhi Chawla, Amrish Puri, Anupam Kher, Reema Lagoo and Sajid Khan.

The screenplay for thid movie is written by Hrishikesh Mukherjee and Sachin Bhowmick, based on a story by Bimal Kar. It has a lot of inspiration from many of Hrishida’s earlier successful movies. Remember “shifting pain” in ‘Anand’ (1970) – well the character of Shankar’s (Anil Kapoor) bhabhi has “shifting pain” in her knee. Remember “mooche mundawana” in ‘Golmaal’ (1979)? Here Shankar has to cut his hair “baal mundwana”. Remember the strict Jija ji who used to judge a person “soongh ke”; here we have a father (Amrish Puri) who has similar powers.  Then we had David in ‘Chupke Chupke’ (1975) who was in tandem with the pranksters; here we had a mamma (Anupam Kher). And also, there is a passing reference to the joke about identical twins (Golmaal) and Amrish Puri (who is called Bhayankar behind his back) goes- “Steve Waugh, Mark Waugh Wah Wah!!” I know all this about the movie as I have seen it a few times on TV of course. And I thoroughly enjoyed it.  There are many songs in the movie which are good.

There was a song in Hrishida’s “Naram Garam’ (1981) which had a girl ask her chacha (Shatrughan Sinha) to get ready for a wedding. Today’s song has a bhaanji (Juhi Chawla) asking her mamma why he was still a bachelor.  The song is sung by Vinod Rathod and Alka Yagnik. This song is similar in thought with what I had presented a few days back- a bachelor loving his bachelorhood. 🙂

Any idea why this song and movie today? Well it was the last movie to be directed by the Hrishikesh Mukherjee. He returned to direction of films after a gap of 10 years.

Starting his life as teacher of mathematics and science before venturing into filmdom as a cameraman and then an assistant film editor in the late 40s, in Calcutta (now Kolkata) he went on to work with Bimal Roy as film editor and assistant director in movie like ‘Do Bigha Zameen’ and ‘Devdas’. He debuted as director with ‘Musafir’ in 1957 and followed it up with movies that are a class in themselves – ‘Anari’, ‘Anuradha’, ‘Chhaya’, ‘Asli Naqli’, and the list goes on to include a few movies that gave Dharmendra his first comedy – ‘Chupke Chupke’; Amitabh his big break in ‘Anand’; introduced Jaya Bhaduri to Bollywood – ‘Guddi’. I am not a critique of his work, I am a fan. I might have seen all the movies he made in the late 70s through to the 80s. so when ‘Jhooth Bole Kauwa Kaate’ released I saw that too but not in the cinema hall as the movie had a poor audience reception. But the songs of the movie keep replaying in my head.

Here is one to remember Hrishida on his birth anniversary.

Song – I Love You, Bhaanji Thank You (Jhooth Boley Kauwa Kaate) (1998) Singer – Alka Yagnik, Vinod Rathod, Lyrics – Anand Bakshi, MD – Anand Milind

Lyrics

pihu pihu bole papiha
koyal bole kuhu kuhu
[bird sounds]
pihu pihu bole papiha
koyal bole kuhu kuhu
mama I love you
bhaanji thank you
bhaanji I love you
mama thank you

mama kar lo shaadi
le aao meri maami
mujhe kisi ladki ki
karni nahi gulaami
mai bhi to ladki hoon
mat karo meri badnaami
ladki nahi tu meri bhaanji
meri jaan hai tu..uu
mama I love you
bhaanji thank you
bhaanji I love you
mama thank you

bolo mamma sa re ga ma
main kyon bolu sa re ga ma
topi kurta aur pyjama
maami ke bin kya hai mama
maami ke bin kya hai mama
chup kar mat kar meri bhaanji
beech sadak tu hungama
hat ched na mujhko tu..uu
mamma I love you
bhaanji thank you
bhaanji I love you
mama thank you

mama sabki jodiyaan
tu kaise akela rah gaya
bhaanji main aage nikal gaya
peeche wo mela rah gaya
pandrah bees baras wapas peeche tu mud ja
ho mama seeti baja
meri maami ko bula
ho seeti bajaana tujhe sikhaaya kisne ye batla
ho bhaanji seeti baja
mujhe us ladke se mila
koi kaam ka ladka hai ya
hai shehari babu
he mama I love you
bhaanji thank you
bhaanji I love you
mama thank you
mama I love you
bhaanji thank you
bhaanji I love you
mama thank you

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir Kapur)
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पीहू पीहू बोले पपीहा
कोयल बे कुहु कुहु

[पक्षी के स्वर]

पीहू पीहू बोले पपीहा
कोयल बे कुहु कुहु
मामा आई लव यू
भांजी थैंक यू
भांजी आई लव यू
मामा थैंक यू

मामा कर लो शादी
ले आओ मेरी मामी
मुझे किसी लड़की की
करनी नहीं गुलामी
मैं भी तो लड़की हूँ
मत करो मेरी बदनामी
लड़की नहीं तू मेरी भांजी
मेरी जान हैं तू॰॰ऊ
मामा आई लव यू
भांजी थैंक यू
भांजी आई लव यू
मामा थैंक यू

बोलो मामा सा रे गा मा
मैं क्यों बोलूँ सा रे गा मा
टोपी कुर्ता और पाजामा
मामी के बिन क्या है मामा
मामी के बिन क्या है मामा
चुप कर मत कर मेरी भांजी
बीच सड़क तू हँगामा
हट छेड़ ना मुझको तू॰॰ऊ

मामा सबकी जोड़ियाँ
तू कैसे अकेला रह गया
भांजी मैं आगे निकाल गया
पीछे वो मेला रह गया
पंद्रह बीस बरस वापस पीछे तू मुड़ जा
हो मामा सीटी बजा
मेरी मामी को बुला
हो सीटी बजाना तुझे सिखाया किसने ये बतला
हो भांजी सीटी बजा
मुझे उस लड़के से मिला
कोई काम का लड़का है या
है शहरी बाबू
हे मामा आई लव यू
भांजी थैंक यू
भांजी आई लव यू
मामा थैंक यू
मामा आई लव यू
भांजी थैंक यू
भांजी आई लव यू
मामा थैंक यू


This article is written by Satyajit Rajurkar, 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 : 3497 Post No. : 14054

Last weekend, during my forced medical leave, I was a bit bored and wanted to watch any old Hindi mystery movie, which I had not seen. My search on You Tube led me to a B grade (or even C grade) movie with good lead stars (Vinod Mehra and Yogita Bali) and even a bit of interesting story line. However, I wasted 1 hr 56 minutes of my time, except for a song which is as good as the old Bappi Da songs.

This song brought out goose pimples in me. It was so enthralling, so melodious, so refreshing, so sweet, excellently penned and composed. Bappi Da probably went back to his basic days of “Chalte Chalte”, “Dil Se Miley Dil”, “Lahoo Ke Do Rang” etc, because this song belongs to the same genre as songs from these movie. I usually do not post songs post 1980s, unless it is absolutely rare and beautiful. This rare gem is from a 1988 thriller titled “Who Milie Thi” aka “Kaun Hai Khooni”. Kishore Kumar comes up with another winner with this romantic number. The song is composed by Bappi Lahiri as mentioned and written by Farook Kaiser. The female voice during the interlude and at the end of the song is of Meena Patki.

Now without prolonging the suspense let me tell you that the song I am talking about is “Chhoo Ne Se Maila Ho Aisa Badan Toone Paaya Hai”. Even today, when I come across such a soft romantic song, the music and the lyrics can take me back to a cherished time, making instantaneous connections to places and times full of evocative memories. The song is penned either by Gauhar Kanpuri or Farooque Kaiser, composed by Bappi Lahiri and is from “Woh Milie Thi” (1988)

For those readers interested in the synopsis, it goes as this:

Amar, young and smart foreign returned Mines Engineer moves to Lalitpur to reopen his own coal mines which were closed down fifteen years back after the mysterious deaths of Amars father and uncle. But before he reaches to his destination he meets a beautiful mysterious girl Milie performing mujra in mysterious Pili Haveli.

While crossing the long and dark valleys, Milie suddenly vanishes and Amar collides with Milie’s skeleton in pitch darkness. Amar’s friend police inspector Vikram tells him that Milie had died five years back and it is her soul that is still around in search of peace. Amar doesn’t believe this and keeps on trailing Milie wherever he sees her. Once while trailing Milie Amar finds inspector Vikrams dead body and is accused for his murder.

Meanwhile Amar goes back to city and gets married but has to run back to Lalitpur leaving his forest night because his friend Vijay meets an accident, After reaching there he finds it was a minor accident. Now one after another incident holds Amar to go back to meet his newly wedded bride. His mother reaches Lalitpur with his bride. Amar happily goes to meet his wife but once again he is forced to leave her by a danger siren. Amar runs towards the source but on the way he is attacked by mysterious people and the police save him. Amar reaches home and finds his bride missing. He runs to find her but is taken on gun point by his own servant John and the real race with the devil starts, a race, in which the devil is only interested to kill Amar.

The movie had three directors – Dilip Bose, Samir Chowdhury and Azeem Malik and was produced by Rama Kapoor, the movie starred Vinod Mehra, Yogeeta Bali in lead roles, supported by Mahesh Anand, Vikas Anand, Bindu, Aruna Irani, Jagdeep, T.P. Jain, Joginder, Kader Khan, Madhu Malini, Ram Mohan, Shobhini Singh, Jayshree T., Veena with special appearences by Shashi Kapoor and Moushumi Chatterjee.

Today (13 february 2018) is the 73rd anniversary of Vinod Mehra (13 February 1945 – 30 October 1990). Here is this gem of a song from a “recent” yet obscure movie as a tribute to Vinod Mehra.

With this song, “Wo Milie Thhi”(1988) makes its debut in the blog.

Video

Audio

Song-Chhoone se maila ho aisa badan toone paaya hai (Wo Milie Thhi)(1988) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Meena Patki, Lyrics-Farooque Kaiser, MD-Bappi Lahiri

Lyrics

Chhoone Se Maila Ho
Aisa Badan Toone Paaya Hai
Saara chaman mujhko
aisa lage teri chhaaya hai
Tu Hai
Mere liye
Main hoon sanam
Tere liye
La lalaa
laa laa lalaa
La lalaa
laa laa lalaa

Chhoone Se Maila Ho
Aisa Badan Toone Paaya Hai
Saara chaman mujhko
aisa lage teri chhaaya hai
Tu Hai
Mere liye
Main hoon sanam
Tere liye

Paayal ki chham chham mein main
Khoya raha
Sapnon ki baahon mein main
Soya raha
Paayal ki chham chham mein main
Khoya raha
Sapnon ki baahon mein main
Soya raha
Tu mili
zindagi mil gayi
aa aa aa aa aa aa
Chhoone Se Maila Ho Aisa Badan Toone Paaya Hai
Saara chaman mujhko aisa lage teri chhaaya hai
Tu Hai
Mere liye
Main hoon sanam
Tere liye

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

Pariyon ki basti se kya
Aayi hai tu
Nainon ke pyaalon mein kya
Laayi hai tu
Pariyon ki basti se kya
Aayi hai tu
Nainon ke pyaalon mein kya
Laayi hai tu
Tu mili
bekhudi mil gayi
aa aa aa aa aa aa
Chhoone Se Maila Ho Aisa Badan Toone Paaya Hai
Saara chaman mujhko aisa lage teri chhaaya hai
Tu Hai
Mere liye
Main hoon sanam
Tere liye

Phoolon ki khushboo si hai
Tujh mein basi
Jaadoo sa karti hai yeh
Teri hansi
Phoolon ki khushboo si hai
Tujh mein basi
Jaadoo sa karti hai yeh
Teri hansi
Tu mili
har khushi mil gayi
aa aa aa aa
Chhoone Se Maila Ho
Aisa Badan Toone Paaya Hai
Saara chaman mujhko
aisa lage teri chhaaya hai
Tu Hai
Mere liye
Main hoon sanam
Tere liye
Laa la laa
Hmm Hmm Hmm hm
Laa laa la laa
Hmm Hmm Hmm Hmm hm
Hmm Hmm Hmm hmm
Hmm Hmm Hmm Hmmm
Laa laa la laa
Hmm Hmm Hmm Hmmm


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

This song is from a movie called “Namumkin” from the year 1988. It is one of the lesser known movies directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee. His other movies are considered masterpieces but not this one it seems.
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“Vijay”(1988) was produced and directed by Yash Chopra. The movie had Anupam Kher, Rajesh Khanna, Hema Malini, Rishi Kapoor, Sonam(Introducing), Anil Kapoor, Meenakshi Sheshadri, Gulshan Grover, Parikshit Sahni, Raj Babbar, Moushumi Chatterjee, Parijatha, Arjun Sablok, Saeed Jaffrey, Manmohan Krishna, Vikas Anand, Neil Nitin Mukesh as a child artiste, Shakti Kapoor, Anju Mahendru, Anant Mahadevan,Anjana Mumtaz etc in it.
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This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in 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.

During my recent communication with Pradeep ji when we were appreciating each other for our ‘love for music’ and I mentioned about how I feel fortunate to have a company of people like ‘Team Atul members’, I wrote to him that “I always thank god for getting me connected to people like you and others in our team ,

It is all by destiny 🙂 and our “musical karmas’”

In reply to this Pradeep ji wrote to me;

“I like the term “musical karma” :). One of a very well known HR trainers that I know here (he also has a filmi connection, he acted as Manisha Koirala’s father in the movie Bombay), once told me that I would describe you and me as “Rasikas of life”, I liked that term too.. So we are all Rasikas of life and music :)”
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“Yateem” (1988) was directed by J P Datta for Bikramjeet Films International. The movie had Sunny Deol, Kulbhushan Kharbanda, Dina Pathak, Farha Naaz, Sujata Mehta, Danny Denzongpa, Dalip Tahil, Beena(Banerjee), Amrish Puri, Vijayendra Ghatge, Asha Sharma etc in it.
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This article is written by Pamir Harvey, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog.

Libaas (1988) the last film by Gulzar with Pancham as its music director didn’t get an official release. The film was shown at some international film festivals, but neither came into the theatres nor was it released on video or DVD. And that is rather a pity! Thus we are tricked out of our last treat of family drama by Gulzar. Well one can’t say family drama as we use it for Hindi cinema; it is more about an extra-marital affair.
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“Parbat Ke Us Paar” (1988) was a Motit Films production. It was produced by Anand Prakash and directed by Raman Kumar. The movie had Abhinav Chatruvedi, Lubna Siddique, Bharat Kapoor, Avtar Gill, Yunus Parvez, Rama Vij, Rakesh Bedi, Deepak Tijori, Gulam Jilani, Manju Mishra etc in it and the movie had duly flopped at the box office.
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This article is written by Pamir Harvey, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog.

Libaas (1988) didn’t get an official release though it was shown at some international film festivals. When asked about the film’s fate some ten years back, Gulzar played the ball into the producer’s court and feigned disinterest. Most probably it will never get released. All that we are left with, are the songs and some dialogues from the movie.
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