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5054 Post No. : 16968

Today’s song is from a film called ” Azadi ke Baad “-1951.

HFGK shows 10 songs for this film. It does not give record numbers or singer’s names(except for 2) for the songs. Today’s song is not listed on this page, for whatever reasons. Nevertheless, it is confirmed that this song is from this film only, as the uploader has given the photo of this record on RMIM and also mentioned on YouTube that this song is not listed in HFGK. Possibly, at the time of compilation, the record details with singers’ names etc were not available to Hamraz ji. It happened in some other film cases too.

The film was made in Calcutta by The Great Oriental Pictures. It was directed by D.K.Chatterjee. I found only this one film for this director in HFGK. The music was by K.P. Sen. This name may not be known to most readers.

During the early phase of filmmaking, Bombay was the attraction for people connected with films. Actors, directors and composers used to rush to Bombay from all over India to try their Luck.

Bengal was also not an exception. Initially almost all regional film centres in India were on a smaller scale than Bombay. Therefore more opportunities were available here. Out of the hundreds of aspirants, those with great luck and readiness to do hard work with patience won the race and made their career in Bombay. On Hard work and Luck, I remember a comment by our Atul ji on one of my posts. He commented ” The harder one works, the Luckier one gets ” (31-1-2018). How true ! Cases like composer Naushad who slept on footpaths of Bombay or Sunil Dutt, who lived in Dharavi slum, during their struggle periods are examples of such successes.

During the 1930s and the 40’s decades many Bangla composers came to Bombay and gave music to Hindi films, ranging from 1 film to 5 films. Some of them were…Radhacharan Bhattacharya, N. R. Bhattacharya, Shoolpani Mukherjee, S.P.Mukherjee, V.V.Ganguli, Niren Lahiri, Shivrani Ghosh, Mihir Kiran Bhattachrya, A.C.Biswas, Hiren Bose, Bhishmadev Chatterjee, Ramani Mukherjee, Anath Bose, Kazi nasrul islam, Anil Bagchi, Dakhina Tagore, Dhiuren Mitter, Kartik Chatterjee, Himangshu Dutt Sursagar, Jagmohan Sursagar, Subal Dasgupta, Sailesh duttagupta, Gopen Mullick, Gyanprakash Ghosh, Naresh Bhattacharya, Pratap mukherjee, Khshirodchandra Bhattacharya, Ravi Roychaudhuri, prafull Chaudhuri, T.K.Das etc etc. Some composers who did not succeed here, were real big names in Bengal, like Kazi Nazrul Islam,Niren Lahiri, Hiren Bose, Bhishmadev Chatterjee, Himangshu Dutt Sursagar, Subal Dasgupta, Gopen Mullick, Gyanprakash Ghosh etc etc

K.P.Sen, Music Director of today’s film had given music to 3 more Hindi films- Baap-46, Do Baten-49 and Shadi ke Baad-49. Film Azadi ke baad-51 was his last Hindi film. No more information about him is available. I have always stated that it is extremely difficult to get information on most Bangla artistes in any other language than Bangla.

The cast of the film was Asit Baran, Mira Mishra, Pearl,Parvati, Kalpana, Pannalal Bose, Nripen, Rekha, Sujata etc. Pearl was the sister of Violet Cooper and Patience Cooper among the 7 sisters. Pearl acted in 6 Hindi films – Indra Sabha-32, Anokha prem-34, Khudadad-35, Jahanara-35, Burkhewali-36 and Abla ki Shakti-40. Her sister Violet acted in 5 Hindi films and Patience Cooper acted in 16 Silent and 34 Talkie Hindi films. The hero was Asit Baran.

Asit Baran was born on 19-11-1913 at Calcutta in a middle class family.His pet name was kalo. He was not much interested in schooling. He learnt music and Tabla from Gyanprakash Ghosh. He became an expert in Tabla playing and did few programmes on Calcutta A.I.R. also. In one of the All India Music Conferences,Pahadi Sanyal noticed him and invited him to New Theatres. Impressed with his good looks and singing capability, he got the role of Pahadi sanyal’s younger Brother in the film ” Protisruti ”-42. He acted in severai Hindi and Bangla films of New Theatres.

His first Hindi film- Saugandh-42, was a remake of ‘ Protisruti ‘. He did the same role in Hindi also. His songs became popular.In all,Asit Baran acted and sang in 43 films-Hindi and Bangla together. Some of his Hindi films were Saugandh,Jawab,Wapas,Arabian Nights,Parineeta,Suhag Sindoor,Kashinath,Wasiyatnama,Manzoor,Roop kahani,faraar,Azadi ke baad etc. He left New Theatres in 1952 and came to Bombay on the invitation by Sailesh Mukherjee,to act in Suhag Sindoor. By this time,his voice had deteriorated and he was given playback by Sailesh Mukherjee. Same thing happened to Parineeta also. He acted in 14 Hindi films and sang 24 songs in 10 films. His last film was Babla-53

Asit Baran returned to Calcutta and did some more Bangla films. He founded a Theatre group called “Rangorash” which spread the teachings of Shri Ramkrishna Paramhans ji.

He died on 27-12-1984 at Calcutta.

Today’s song is almost a qawwali – an unusual genre of songs in films coming from Calcutta. By the way, as per an internet site, the film Azadi ke baad-51 was a remake of Bengali film Sahajatri-51, directed by Agradoot (Bibhuti Laha). Today’s song is sung by Pannalal Bose and chorus. Pannalal Bose was a Bangla actor and singer, This is the only song he sang in Hindi and considering that, his pronunciation and diction of Hindi words is very good. Needless to say that no information is available about him anywhere.


Song- Saamne hai yaar ka (Aazaadi Ke Baad)(1951) Singer-Pannalal Bose, Lyricist- M.Razi Banarasi, MD- K.P.Sen
Chorus

Lyrics

Saamne hai yaar ka nakshe ka pepa(?) choom le
hai dile naadaan yahi
jannat ka naqshaa choom le
hai dile naadaan yahi
jannat ka naqshaa choom le

kyun bhatakta hai bata aa aa aa
jairo- ??haram mein khaam khaa
kyun bhatakta hai bata
jairo ??haram mein khaam khaa

hey jairo ??haram mein khaam khaa
jairo ??haram mein khaam khaa
aa aa aa aa
likh ke tu naam e Muhammad
karke sajda choom le
likh ke tu naam e Muhammad
karke sajda
likh ke tu naam e Muhammad
karke sajda
likh ke tu naam e Muhammad
karke sajda
karke sajda choom le

dekhna gar hai tujhe ae ae
jalwa jamaal e yaar ka
dekhna gar hai tujhe
jalwa jamaal e yaar ka

ae jalwa jamaal e yaar ka
jalwa jamaal e yaar ka
karke ?? kar madeene
?? unka roza choom le
karke ?? jaa kar madeene
?? unka roza
karke ?? jaa kar madeene
unka roza?? choom le

jiski hai talaash wo o o o o
parda nasheen parde mein hai ae ae
parda nasheen parde mein hai
parda nasheen parde mein hai
hey
parda nasheen parde mein hai

?? pehle parda choom le
??
ae jee pehle parda
??
aahe pahle parda
?? pahle parda choom le

?? ne ? ne ae ae
?? jaakar choom li
/ ne ? ne ae ae
?? jaakar choom li

hey ?? jaakar choom li
?? jaakar choom li
aa aa aa aa
?? yaar ka
tu ban ke shaida choom le
?? yaar ka
ae jee banke shailda
?? yaar ka
ae jee ban ke shaida
?? yaar ka
tu ban ke shaida choom le
haan saamne hai yaar ka
naqshe ka pepa (??) choom le ae ae ae


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Blog Day :

4475 Post No. : 15977

“Aazaadi Ke Baad”(1951) was directed by D K Chatterjee for The Great Oriental Pictures, Calcutta. This “social” movie had Asit Baran, Meera Mishra, Tandon, Parvati, Miss Pearl, Kalpana, Faiz, Shareif Dehalvi, Dr Rose, Puttan, Pannalal Bose, Vrindawan, Shree Nripen, Rekha, Sudha, Leela, Sujata, Bela etc in it.

This obscure movie had ten obscure songs in it. Details viz record numbers, singers etc are not available on HFGK.

It turns out that some of these songs are gradually becoming available on YT, which shows that records of these songs were made and they are still available with some collectors.

One such song has been covered in the blog in the past.

Here is the second song from “Aazaadi Ke Baad”(1951). Like the earlier discussed song, this song too is sung by Suprabha Sarkar. M Razi Banarasi is the lyricist. Music is composed by K P Sen.

I have not been able to get the lyrics right to my satisfaction. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections in the lyrics as applicable.

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


Song-Mera toota sapna pyaara (Aazaadi Ke Baad)(1951) Singer-Suprabha Sarkar, Lyrics-M Razi Banarsi, MD-K P Sen

Lyrics

Mera toota sapna pyaara aa
Mera toota sapna pyaara
?? ke sukh ?? nainon se ae ae
?? ke sukh ?? nainon se ae ae
koi nahin sahaara
mera toota sapna pyaara

sulag rahi hai meri duniya
baanch raahi hoon
o o o o
baanch raahi hoon
likha vidhi ka aa aa aa
aag lagi hai
sukh jalte hain
hriday bana angaara
mera toota sapna pyaara

dharti par hai aag barasti ee
ujad gayi ee ee
ujad gayi is man ki basti ee ee ee
dharti par hai aag barasti ee
ujad gayi is man ki basti ee ee
chamka thha jo ek gagan mein
?? gaya wo taara
Mera toota sapna pyaara

bhool gaye wo khel wo gaana
toot gaya wo
o o o
toot gaya wo
sapna suhaana aa aa
?? hai mera jeewan saathi
ab to nahin hamaara
mera toota sapna pyaara aa
mera toota sapna pyaara


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“Aazaadi Ke Baad”(1951) was directed by the Great Oriental Pictures, Calcutta. This movie had Asit Baran, Meera Mishra, Tandan, Parwati, Miss Pearl, Kalpana, Faiz, Shareef Dehalwi, Dr Rose, Puttan, Pannalal Bose, Vrindawan, Shree Nripen, Rekha, Sudha, Leela, Sujata, Bela etc in it.
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