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This article is written by Raja, 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 : 3530 Post No. : 14178

First of all, let me wish all of you a Happy Ugadi and Happy Gudi Padwa today (18 march 2018). I hope those celebrating the occasion are enjoying themselves.

Today also happens to be the birthday of Shashi Kapoor (18 march 1938-4 december 2017), one of our best-known and most loved actors.

The thought is inescapable – and burdened with more than a tinge of sorrow. The thought that, had I written this post on just his previous birthday, I would have been talking of Shashi Kapoor in the present tense. I’d have been saying “is”, instead of “was”.

But that’s life – and death. And we have to accept it.

Ah, Shashi Kapoor!

Where do I start?

Let me start as usual with “my generation”, the 70s.

For me, and I am sure for many Hindi film lovers born in the early 60s, Shashi Kapoor would have been an integral part of their childhood film-watching experience. He was a very familiar face throughout the 70s – whether in solo roles or in multi-starrer films.

Those were the times when Rajesh Khanna (for the first half of the decade) and Amitabh Bachchan (for the second half) ruled. The 70s also saw a whole lot of new actors emerge. There were also some from the earlier decade who continued to enjoy success – Dharmendra, Manoj Kumar, Sanjeev Kumar, Jeetendra to name a few.

And there was Shashi Kapoor.

One thing most people will agree about Shashi Kapoor – he was very handsome. He had this boyishly cute face, bright eyes, and a smile that got accentuated by crooked teeth and a deep dimple. No wonder you often heard of the term “chocolatey good looks” when people talked of Shashi. 🙂

I think girls found Shashi particularly handsome – he was easily my sisters’ favourite. I was very young then in the late 60s, but I still remember that when the one weekly film in our club happened to be a Shashi film, they’d be thrilled. 🙂 Thus I have fond memories of watching at a very young age, in that club, Shashi films like Haseena Maan Jaayegi, Aamne Saamne, Suhana Safar, Ek Shriman Ek Shrimati, Pyar Ka Mausam, Raja Saab, Rootha Na Karo, Jahaan Pyaar Mile and many more. Whether the film was good or not, was secondary. Shashi was a good enough reason to enjoy it. I remember for days after seeing Pyar Ka Mausam, they’d be singing “ni sultana re”. 🙂 And they loved Aamne Saamne’s “nain milaakar chain churaana kiska hai ye kaam”.

Even when we went on holiday to Bombay for the first time in the early 70s, and we decided to watch a movie, the unanimous choice was Sharmeelee, playing at that time. I think my sisters were even hoping to catch sight of Shashi Kapoor somewhere on the streets of Bombay. 🙂 Not even one in a million chance – but one lives on hope. I remember, for days after watching Sharmeelee, the song “khilte hain gul yahaan” was on their lips. 🙂

Back in our village, when we had to travel 25 km to see a film in a cinema hall, they managed to persuade my dad to take them for Jaanwar Aur Insaan (1972). My dad wasn’t into films at all – it’s possible they told him it was a film about animals (jaanwar). Whereas it’s more likely they were interested in the insaan (Shashi). 🙂

Ah, these childhood memories. 🙂

I was fond of Shashi too – from those late 60s films, while my sisters would sing Shashi’s “tum bin jaoon kahaan” in Antakshari, I’d sing “aaye baithe khaaye piye khiske”. A little more matter-of-fact. 🙂

Today, as I am writing this post, with all these memories coming to the fore, it strikes me that even in an era with Rajesh Khanna as superstar (and Amitabh Bachchan later), Shashi had his own following. Like my sisters. 🙂

Sharmeelee (1971) with superhit songs, Jaanwar Aur Insaan (1972), Aa Gale Lag Ja (1973) with superhit songs, Chor Machaye Shor (1974) with the famous “le jaayenge, le jaayenge, dilwaale dulhaniya le jaayenge”, Chori Mera Kaam and Salaakhen (1975), Fakira (1976) with hit songs.

All solo films for Shashi, all successful. Am not counting the multi-starrers, Roti Kapda Aur Makaan (1974), Deewaar (1975) and Kabhie Kabhie (1976).

As the decade progressed, and multi-starrers became more common, Shashi Kapoor was very much part of them, often to be seen opposite reigning superstar Amitabh Bachchan in films like Trishul (1977) and Suhaag (1979).

Yet, he could carry his own in a solo – as was to be seen in Satyam Shivam Sundaram (1978), a film made by his brother, Raj Kapoor.

So Shashi Kapoor was largely a “safe” actor in the 70s – both for viewers and producers. Of course not every film worked (there are many aspect to a film’s success), but, by and large, audiences liked watching him on screen.

Towards the end of the decade, Shashi got into film production too. He produced some well-known films – Junoon (1979), Kalyug (1981), 36 Chowringhee Lane (1981), Vijeta (1982), Utsav (1984).

But in 1984, disaster struck – his dear wife Jennifer passed away, due to cancer. I think after that Shashi was not the same again.

I’ve talked a lot about his films of the 70s, mainly because that’s the decade I have most memories of. Of course his career started much earlier. As a child artiste (a young Raj Kapoor in Aag and Awara), with his first film as an adult being BR Chopra’s controversial Dharamputra (1961). In that film, he had a negative role.

Although he came from the Kapoor khandaan, it was made clear to Shashi that he had to come up on merit. He had his share of struggles early on – and though he managed the odd hit (like in the multi-starrer Waqt), he really had his first mega solo hit only with Jab Jab Phool Khile (1965).

His co-star in that film was, as usual, Nanda. I say “as usual”, because Nanda was his co-star in many films during the 60s. She was a much bigger star than he was – but was happy to be paired opposite him. Shashi later said he was hugely grateful to Nanda for this. Nanda herself said that Shashi was her favourite co-star.

One thing that struck me in obituaries about Shashi Kapoor last December was that almost everyone spoke a lot about Prithvi Theatre. And rightly so.

While there’s no doubt that Shashi Kapoor gained a lot of popularity from cinema, I think in his heart his love was Prithvi Theatre. After all, he had met his wife Jennifer also through theatre in the 1950s. So one of the most satisfying moments for him and for Jennifer must have been to set up Prithvi Theatre in 1978 and fulfil his father Prithviraj Kapoor’s dream of having a permanent location for his Prithvi Theatres (it had been a travelling troupe during Prithviraj’s time).

Many of the obits talked about how dedicated Shashi Kapoor (and Jennifer, when she was alive) was to Prithvi Theatre. Even when he was in very poor health in his final years, he would want to visit and even watch performances.

So no mention of Shashi Kapoor is complete without a mention of Prithvi Theatre.

I’ve not talked about his acting in English-language films or his partnership with Merchant-Ivory. I’ve myself just watched only one of these films – Bombay Talkie (1970), directed by James Ivory. It also starred Jennifer.

I’ve also not mentioned that Shashi Kapoor was considered to be a true gentleman actor. Many of his co-stars, from Sharmila Tagore to Hema Malini to Zeenat Aman, have said this. He was also supposed to have had a good sense of humour, always keeping the set lively.

All in all, Shashi Kapoor was a much-loved person during his lifetime. And for good reason. And you cannot really ask for more than that.

Now for the song for today.

It is from the film “Suhaana Safar” (1970). A film that I remember seeing as a very young boy, but sadly have only very faint memories of. I seem to vaguely remember a bus in which Shashi and Sharmila travel. That’s all I can remember now. 🙂 A good excuse to watch it again. 🙂

The song is the title song. Aha aha aa ye suhaana safar hai, sung by Rafisaab. The lyrics of this song are by Anand Bakshi, music by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

The picturisation is of Shashi Kapoor in a jeep, generally giving out positive vibes, talking about travel, hawa, manzil etc. He finds himself behind a bus, and this infectious positive mood catches on with the travelers in the bus too. They join him in the song. Towards the end of the song, Sharmila Tagore (one of the travelers) looks out of the bus, Shashi waves to her – and it looks like he loses control of his jeep. (Am pretty sure it’s nothing serious :-)).

While watching the video and listening to the lyrics, I could not help thinking that this could be a metaphor for the suhaana safar of Shashi Kapoor’s life itself. And the suhaana safar that we have had following his films for decades. Indeed, it has been a wonderful journey – and we are thankful to him for letting us be part of it.

Interestingly, while I was having these thoughts, I got a message from Avinashji. As usual, when I thought of writing a post for Shashi Kapoor today, he had promptly messaged me, and offered to help me with providing the lyrics. Now, while sending me the lyrics, he echoed the exact same thoughts I had! About the suhana safar of Shashi Kapoor and what we have had with Shashi Kapoor. Serendipity. 🙂

I’ll now leave you with this positive song – and with remembering our suhaana safar with Shashi Kapoor.

There are two versions of this song – one by Rafisaab, the other by Suman Kalyanpur.

Rafi version (Audio)

Rafi version (Video)

Suman Kalyanpur Version (Audio)

Song-Aha aha aa ye suhaana safar (Suhaana Safar)(1970) Singer-Rafi/ Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
Female chorus
All chorus

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Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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O o
o o o
Aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa

Aha aha
aa ye suhaana safar
Hoye
Aha aha
aa ye suhaana safar
Rukti nahin hai nazaaron pe nazar
Aha aha
aa ye suhaana safar
Hoye
Aha aha
aa ye suhaana safar

Ho o o o
Hawaayein jhoom rahi hain
Gulon ko choom rahi hain
Hoye
Hawaayein jhoom rahi hain
Rokoon dil ko main kaise
Aise udaa jaaye jaise
maang liye ho kisi panchhi se parr
Aha aha
aa ye suhaana safar
Hoye
Aha aha
aa ye suhaana safar

O o o
Musaafir chaltaa hi jaaye
Kabhi bhi manzil naa aaye
Musaafir chaltaa hi jaaye
Dheere dheere haule haule
Mujhse ye dil boley
Kat jaaye raste mein
Saari umar
Aha aha
aa ye suhaana safar
Hoye
Aha aha
aa ye suhaana safar

Chhup chhup chhainyya
Chhainyya
Chhup chhup chhainyya
Chhup chhup chhainyya
Chhainyya
Chhup chhup chhainyya
Patli kamar mori
Naazuk bainyya
Chhup chhup chhainyya
Chhainyya
Chhup chhup chhainyya

Ho o o
Mujhe ye raah naa bhulaa de
Kahin ye aur naa pahunchaa de
Mujhe ye raah naa bhulaa de
Kaisi hain ye matwaali
Lambi lambi kaali kaali
Zulf kisi ki hai
Ya ye dagar
Aha aha
aa ye suhaana safar
Hoye
Aha aha
aa ye suhaana safar
Rukti nahin hai nazaaron pe nazar
Aha aha
aa ye suhaana safar
Hoye
Aha aha
aa ye suhaana safar

Aha aha aa ye suhaana safar
Aha aha aa ye suhaana safar
Aha aha aa ye suhaana safar

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(Female version)
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Hmm hmm
O o o
o o
o o o

Aha aha
aa ye suhaana safar
Ho
Aha aha
aa ye suhaana safar
Rukti nahin hai nazaaron pe nazar
Aha aha
aa ye suhaana safar
Ho
Aha aha
aa ye suhaana safar
Ho o o

Ho o o
Nigaahein jhoom rahi hain
Kisi ko dhoondh rahi hain
Ho
Nigaahein jhoom rahi hain
Koyee mulaakaatee miley
Aisa koyee saathi miley
Jo ban jaaye mera hamsafar
Aha aha
aa ye suhaana safar
Ho
Aha aha
aa ye suhaana safar

Ho o o
Abhi to door hai manzil
Dhadakne lagaa abhi se dil
Abhi to door hai manzil
Taubaa taubaa
Haaye haaye
Dil pe kyaa guzar jaaye
Saamne wo aa jaaye agar
Aha aha
aa ye suhaana safar
Ho o
Aha aha
aa ye suhaana safar

Ho o o o
Mere dil bhool na jaana
Ki hain ye rastaa anjaana
Mere dil bhool na jaana
Aise naa machal jaana
Aagey naa nikal jaana
Chhod ke peechhe sanam ka ghar
Aha aha
aa ye suhaana safar
Ho o
Aha aha
aa ye suhaana safar
Rukti nahin hai nazaaron pe nazar
Aha aha
aa ye suhaana safar
Ho
Aha aha
aa ye suhaana safar

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Devnagri script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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Male version
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ओ ओ ओ
आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ

आहा आहा
आ ये सुहाना सफ़र
होए
आहा आहा
आ ये सुहाना सफ़र
रूकती नहीं है नजारों पे नज़र
आहा आहा
आ ये सुहाना सफ़र
होए
आहा आहा
आ ये सुहाना सफ़र

हो ओ ओ ओ
हवाएं झूम रही हैं
गुलों को चूम रही हैं
होए
हवाएं झूम रही हैं
रोकूँ दिल को मैं कैसे
ऐसे उड़ा जाए जैसे
बाँध लिए हो किसी पंछी से पर
आहा आहा
आ ये सुहाना सफ़र
होए
आहा आहा
आ ये सुहाना सफ़र

ओ ओ ओ
मुसाफिर चलता ही जाए
कभी भी मंजिल ना आये
मुसाफिर चलता ही जाए
धीरे धीरे हौले हौले
मुझसे ये दिल बोले
कट जाए रस्ते में
सारी उम्र
आहा आहा
आ ये सुहाना सफ़र
होए
आहा आहा
आ ये सुहाना सफ़र

छुप छुप छैंया
छैंया
छुप छुप छैंया
पतली कमर मोरी
नाज़ुक बैंया
छुप छुप छैंया
छैंया
छुप छुप छैंया

हो ओ ओ
मुझे ये राह ना भुला दे
कहीं ये और ना पहुंचा दे
मुझे ये राह ना भुला दे
कैसी हैं ये मतवाली
लम्बी लम्बी काली काली
ज़ुल्फ़ किसी की हैं
या ये डगर
आहा आहा
आ ये सुहाना सफ़र
होए
आहा आहा
आ ये सुहाना सफ़र
रूकती नहीं है नजारों पे नज़र
आहा आहा
आ ये सुहाना सफ़र
होए
आहा आहा
आ ये सुहाना सफ़र
आहा आहा
आ ये सुहाना सफ़र
आहा आहा
आ ये सुहाना सफ़र
आहा आहा
आ ये सुहाना सफ़र

————————————
Female version
————————————
हम्म
हम्म
ओ ओ ओ ओ ओ
ओ ओ

आहा आहा
आ ये सुहाना सफ़र
हो
आहा आहा
आ ये सुहाना सफ़र
रूकती नहीं है नजारों पे नज़र
आहा आहा
आ ये सुहाना सफ़र
हो
आहा आहा
आ ये सुहाना सफ़र
हो

हो ओ ओ
निगाहें झूम रही हैं
किसीको ढूंढ रही हैं
हो
निगाहें झूम रही हैं
कोई मुलाकाती मिले
ऐसा कोई साथी मिले
जो बन जाए मेरा हमसफ़र
आहा आहा
आ ये सुहाना सफ़र
हो
आहा आहा
आ ये सुहाना सफ़र

हो ओ ओ
अभी तो दूर है मंजिल
धड़कने लगा अभी से दिल
अभी तो दूर है मंजिल
तौबा तौबा
हाए हाए
दिल पे क्या गुज़र जाए
सामने वो आ जाये अगर
आहा आहा
आ ये सुहाना सफ़र
हो
आहा आहा
आ ये सुहाना सफ़र

हो ओ ओ ओ
मेरे दिल भूल न जाना
कि है ये रास्ता अनजाना
मेरे दिल भूल न जाना
ऐसे न मचल जाना
आगे ना निकल जाना
छोड़ के पीछे सनम का घर
आहा आहा
आ ये सुहाना सफ़र
हो ओ
आहा आहा
आ ये सुहाना सफ़र
रूकती नहीं है नजारों पे नज़र
आहा आहा
आ ये सुहाना सफ़र
हो
आहा आहा
आ ये सुहाना सफ़र

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Blog Day : 3529 Post No. : 14173

There are songs that run their course during their time and are then forgotten with time. Most of these songs that end up forgotten are unlikely to get a second look in future. But there are exceptions. Some interesting developments may rekindle interest in such songs among future generations as well.

The first such song that readiliy comes to my mind is the song “April Fool banaaya to unko gussa aaya” from “April Fool”(1964). This song was a reasonably popular song of its time which then got forgotten. It was in 1980s when “Andha Kaanoon”(1983) was released that the title song of “April Fool”(1964) caught the fancy of music lovers once again. In the movie “Andha Kanoon”(1983), inspector Durga Devi Singh (Hema Malini) is trying to secretly record the confession of her brother Vijay Kumar Singh (Rajnikant) how he killed the murderers of their father. But when she plays the recording then instead of the confession, this title song “April Fool banaaya” gets played, much to the cheer of movie watchers. Many movie watchers became aware of this “April Fool”(1964) song thanks to this scene of “Andha Kaanoon”(1983). Even I began to take a second look at this song only as a result of this scene of “Andha Kaanoon”(1983).

“April Fool”(1964) title song saw a revival thanks to a movie that was released two decades later. But sometimes songs can see revivals and renewed public interest in them because of reasons that have nothing to do with films !

Take the case of the “Nagina”(1986) song, Main teri dushman dushman tu mera. This song has suddenly become quite popular these days, not only among Indians, but even among non Indians. 🙂

The reasons are non filmy, and they have to do with cricket !

Yes, indeed it is a cricketing incident involving non India players that this “Nagina”(1986) song has become popular. More than the song, it is the picturisation of the song that has caught the fancy of cricket loving public.

Let me explain the situation for those who may not be aware of the cricketing incident. A three nation T20 cricket tournament involving India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh is in progress at the moment, where every team plays its opponents twice. The two top teams then play the final.

In the first match between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh on Sunday 11 march 2018, Sri Lanka after batting first piled up a huge total of 214. Bangladesh, who were not expected to be able to overhaul the total batted spiritedly and emerged victorious, scoring the winning runs with two balls to spare. The hero of Bangladesh win was their diminutive batsman wicketkeeper Mushfiqur Rahim who played a scintillating unbeaten knock of 72 from 35 balls to clinch a famous victory for his team. In an earlier T20 match in the past, he had celebrated prematurely thinking that his team had won, but his team ended up losing to India by one run in that match. Here Mushfiqur celebrated only after he hit the winning run. And how did he celebrate ? He did a “Naagin” dance, Sridevi style.

His “Naagin” dance celebration overshadowed even the victory of his team. Some criticised him for his immaturity, some supported him, some called for restraint, some ridiculed him. On social media, one found Mushfiqur getting trolled. On youtube, there were several videos in which his photo was superimposed over SriDevi’s in that “Main teri dushman” song.

I had watched this song and the movie in a movie hall during the time this movie was released in 1986. This song was popular but I did not take much notice of the song then. But this time, after 32 years, I took a second look at this song. For that I have to thank Mushfiqur Rahim of Bangladesh!

The fact that a Bangladeshi cricketer is aware of this song and he is in fact a fan of Sri devi’s Naagin dance movement is news to me. 🙂
In the second match between the same two opponents, Mushfiqur Rahim, after batting well for some time, threw his wicket away and this time the Sri Lankan bowler did a “sapera” dance movement, as Sapera played by Amrish Puri does in the song picturisation. So, even Sri Lankans were aware of this Hindi movie song ! The fact that the fans too were aware of it was proved when cameras showed a placard being carried by some fans showing a sketch of a sapera and a naagin. 🙂

Just imagine, a Hindi movie song of 1986 catching so much attention of non Indian cricketers. It is clear that these cricketers must have watched the movie, or at least the song picturisation.

With these two matches attracting the attention of cricket fans world wide, even non Asian cricket fans are bound to take notice of this “Naagin” song and some of them may get interested in this song. 🙂

The fact that foreign cricketers have begun to take interest in Indian movies, thanks to so many of them playing in IPL, is no secret. A few weeks ago, South African bowler Lungi Ngidi was snapped up by Chennai Super Kings in IPL auction. The bowler then tweeted

Just listened to the #LungiDance song loving it already.

The tweet was retweeted and liked thousands of time, mostly by Indians.

Foreign players are even getting interested in learning Hindi. On the eve of Deepaawali of 2017, India played New Zealand in an ODI match. New Zealand won the match, thanks to the batting of Ross Taylor of New Zealand. Sehwag tweeted:-

Well played @RossLTaylor Darji ji . Great effort after handling the pressure of Diwali orders .#indvsnz

— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) October 22, 2017

Guess what ! Look at the response of Ross Taylor:-

Thanks @virendersehwag bhai agli Baar Apna order time pe Bhej dena so Mai Apko agli Diwali ke pehle deliver kardunga ….happy Diwali

So one can say that foreign cricketers are getting interested in things Indian. This is because India is now emerging as an attractive destination for opportunities in many areas, including cricket. Foreign cricketers have begun to take lots of interest in India because of IPL. Forget active cricketers, even retired cricketers are getting involved in various capacities viz mentors, coaches, commentators etc. When it comes to commentary, opportunities are increasing. The TV channels have now started to offer commentary in Hindi and some other languages as well. So ex cricketers able to speak in these languages are in demand as commentators. Ex cricketers like Sehwag and V V S Laxman have emerged as a much sought after Hindi commentary jodi. Even Gavaskar, Ganguly, Murli Kartik etc do Hindi commentary. In the present tri series underway in Sri Lanka, I found Athar Ali Khan too being called up for Hindi commentary. He understands Hindi but cannot speak in it. Hopefully he will brush up in his Hindi speaking then he can find more commentary opportunities.

The movie “Nagina”(1986) was produced and directted by Harmesh Malhotra. The movie had Rishi Kapoor, Sridevi, Amrish Puri, Komal, Prem Chopra, Sushma Seth, Pinchoo Kapoor, Viju Khote, Guddi Maruti, Lalita Kumari, Baby Guddo, Manmouji, Jagdeep, Satyadevi, Rajan, Sheetal, Suresh etc in it.

The movie had five songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Nagina”(1986). This song is sung by Lata. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal. The song is picturised as a naagin-sapera song on Sridevi, playing naagin, and Amrish Puri (playing sapera). Amrish Puri is assisted by many other saperas in the picturisation. 🙂

With this song, whose song picturisation has attracted so much attention in a couple of cricket matches played in 2018 between two international teams, “Nagina”(1986) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Main teri dushman dushman tu mera (Nagina)(1986) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

main teri dushman
dushman tu mera
main naagan tu sapera aa aa
main naagan tu sapera aa aa
main teri dushman
dushman tu mera
main naagan tu sapera aa aa
main naagan tu sapera aa
janam janam se tera mera bair
ho rabba khair
main teri dushman
dushman tu mera
main naagan tu sapera aa aa
main naagan tu sapera aa aa

aaj ka badla main bas loongi
chhed na mujhko
main das loongi
aaj ka badla main bas loongi
chhed na mujhko
main das loongi
jantar mantar jaadu tone
yeh toh mere khel khilaune
mujh par chalega na zor tera
main naagan tu sapera aa aa
main naagan tu sapera aa aa

chhed ke apni been ka lehra
chhed ke apni bean ka lehra
toone bithhaaya mujh par pehra
bas mein nahin main aanewaali
main nahin dhokha khaanewaali
aaya hai jogi ban ke lutera
main naagan tu sapera aa aa
main naagan tu sapera aa aa

sab ki jubaan par meri kahaani
mera dasa huwa maange na paani
sabki jubaan par meri kahaani
mera dasa huwa maange na paani
tera tamaasha sab dekhenge
kya hota hai ab dekhenge
dekhega tu na kal ka savera
main naagan tu sapera aa aa
main naagan tu sapera aa aa
main teri dushman
dushman tu mera
main naagan tu sapera aa aa
main naagan tu sapera aa
janam janam se tera mera bair
ho rabba khair
main teri dushman
dushman tu mera
main naagan tu sapera aa aa
main naagan tu sapera aa aa


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Blog Day : 3526 Post No. : 14166

“Baarood”(1976) was directed by Pramod Chakravorty for Jugnu Enterprises, Bombay. The movie had Rishi Kapoor, Shoma Anand, Ashok Kumar, Ajit, Reena Roy, Prem Chopra, Madan Puri, Dr.Sriram Laagoo, Sujit Kumar, David Abraham, Raj Mehra, Asit Sen, Master Raju Shreshtha, Rajendranath, Om Shivpuri, Manmohan, Birbal, Asrani, Azaad etc in it, with Dharmendra and Hema Malini in special appearances.

The movie had five songs in it. Four songs from the movie have been covered in the past. Here are the details of these four songs :-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

I love you you love me 5879 27-Apr-12
Matlab jo samjhe mere sandes ka 6639 14-Sep-12
Tu shaitaanon ka sardaar hai 11250 6-Jul-15
Samundar samundar yahaan se wahaan tak 14161 13-Mar-18

Here is the fifth and final song from “Baarood”(1976) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Lata. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by S D Burman.

The song is picturised on Shoma Anand and Rishi Kapoor, who are supposed to be flying on hand glider, but the picturisation shows them only in close up, and it is amply clear that they only posed with stationary hang gliders.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

With this song, “Baarood”(1976) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Dil Kaanton mein uljhaaya hai (Baarood)(1976) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-S D Burman

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

Dil kaanton mein uljhaaya hai
ke ek dushman pe pyaar aayaa hai
dil kaanton mein uljhaaya hai
ke ek dushman pe pyaar aayaa hai
shola shabnam mein lehraaaya hai
ke ek dushman pe pyaar aayaa hai
dil kaanton mein

jaadoo sa chalne laga hai
mausam badalne laga hai
jaadoo sa chalne laga hai
mausam badalne laga hai
lagta hai mere seene se
dil baahar nikalne laga hai
sheeshaa patthar se takraayaa hai
ke ek dushman pe pyaar aayaa hai
dil kaanton mein uljhaaya hai
ke ek dushman pe pyaar aayaa hai
dil kaanton mein

na paas aane diya hai
na door hone diya hai
na paas aane diya hai
na door hone diya hai
na honthon ko hansne diya hai
na aankhon ko rone diya hai
badaa zaalim ne tadapaaya hai
ke ek dushman pe pyaar aaya hai
dil kaanton mein uljhaaya hai
ke ek dushman pe pyaar aaya hai
dil kaanton mein

aisa sitam karoon kaise
sainyaan banaa ye na jaane
jab tak ho sakaa ye hamse
hum roothhe rahe nahin maane
yehi gussa ye rang laaya hai
ke ek dushman pe pyaar aaya hai
dil kaanton mein uljhayaa hai
ke ek dushman pe pyaar aayaa hai
sholaa shabnam mein lehraayaa hai
ke ek dushman pe pyaar aayaa hai
dil kaanton mein


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Blog Day : 3525 Post No. : 14161

“Baarood”(1976) was directed by Pramod Chakravorty for Jugnu Enterprises, Bombay. The movie had Rishi Kapoor, Shoma Anand, Ashok Kumar, Ajit, Reena Roy, Prem Chopra, Madan Puri, Dr.Sriram Laagoo, Sujit Kumar, David Abraham, Raj Mehra, Asit Sen, Master Raju Shreshtha, Rajendranath, Om Shivpuri, Manmohan, Birbal, Asrani, Azaad etc in it, with Dharmendra and Hema Malini in special appearances.

The movie had five songs in it. Three of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fourth song from “Baarood”(1976) to appear in the blog. This movie and several of songs were picturised on foreign locations. This song is no exception. This song is picturised on a yatch(Il hope it is called a yatch) where Shoma Anand lip syncs this seduction song for the benefit of Rishi Kaapoor. One cute dog is also present there, duly tied up.

Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by S D Burman.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.


Song-Samundar Samundar yahaan se wahaan tak(Baarood)(1976) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-S D Burman

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

hmm hmmm
samundar samundar
yahaan se wahaan tak
ye maujon ki chaadar
bichhee aasmaan tak
mere meharbaan
meri hadd hai kahaan tak
yahaan tak
hmmm yahaan tak
yahaan tak
samundar samundar
yahaan se wahaan tak
ye maujon ki chaadar
bichhee aasmaan tak
mere meharbaan
meri hadd hai kahaan tak
yahaan tak
to yahaan tak
achcha yahaan tak

main karti hoon vaadaa
uthhaati hoon kasmein
ye bulbul rahegi
sada tere bas mein
main karti hoon vaadaa
uthhaati hoon kasmein
ye bulbul rahegi
sada tere bas mein
mujhe qaid karte ho
kyon is kafas mein
main udakar bhi jaaoongi
aakhir kahaan tak
ye maujon ki chaadar
bichhee aasmaan tak
mere meharbaan
meri hadd hai kahaan tak
yahaan tak
bolo yahaan tak
humhhhhh yahaan tak

mohabbat se ye keh rahi hai jawaani
sitam ho chuke ab karo meharbaani
mohabbat se ye keh rahi hai jawaani
sitam ho chuke ab karo meharbaani
haseen pyaar ki koi chhedo kahaani
chali aayee hai baat dil ki zubaan tak
ye maujon ki chaadar
bichhee aasmaan tak
mere meharbaan
meri hadd hai kahaan tak
yahaan tak
hmmmm yahaan tak
yahaan tak
samundar samundar
yahaan se wahaan tak
ye maujon ki chaadar
bichhee aasmaan tak
mere meharbaan
meri had hai kahaan tak
achcha yahaan tak
to yahaan tak
hahaha yahaan tak


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Blog Day : 3523 Post No. : 14152

“Buniyaad”(1972) was produced and directed by Virendra Sharma for Pragati Chitra International movie. The movie had Shatrughan Sinha, Farida Jalal, Yogita Bali, Rakesh Roshan, Bindu, Faryal, Pran, Jankidass, Sajjan etc in it.

The movie had four songs in it. Three songs from the movie have been covered in the blog so far. Here are the details of these three songs :-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Pukaaro mujhe phir pukaaro 7148 9-Dec-12
Main hoon kismatwaala dilwaala matwaala 13277 24-May-17
Muhabbat achchi cheez hai 14147 10-Mar-18

The fourth and final song from the movie, which is the song under discussion, was a popular song of its time. It is a seduction song.

Regular music lovers are aware that Lata normally did not sing cabarat songs/ seduction songs in HFM and they were mostly sung by Asha Bhonsle. But Lata has sung a few songs of such genre and they are awesome songs. The trick was to convince her to sing such songs. Laxmikant Pyarelal, Ganesh, Chitragupta, Shankar Jaikishan, Rajesh Roshan seem to be the only music directors who had the knack of convincing her to sing cabarat/ seduction songs. Just sample the awesome cabarat/ seduction songs that Lata has sung in Hindi movies. It can be noticed that a vast majority of these songs are sung under the baton of Laxmikant Pyarelal:-

Cabarat/ Seduction Song Title

Movie

Music Director

Mere dil kabhi to koi aayega Main Chup Rahoongi (1962) Chitragupta
Dil ka lagaana iss duniyaa mein pooraa dhokhaa khaana hai Smuggler(1966) Ganesh
Jameela Jameela.. yaar ki nigahon mein Night in London(1967) Laxmikant Pyarelal
Jeene waale jhoom ke mastaanaa hoke jee Vaasna(1968) Chitragupta
Aa jaane jaan tere liye main aas lagaaye Inteqam(1969) Laxmikant Pyarelal
Mehfil soyee aisa koyee Inteqam(1969) Laxmikant Pyarelal
Aankhon mein aankhen na daalo mujhe kuchh hota hai Tumse Achcha kaun hai (1969) Shankar Jaikishan
Toone haan haan toone…hone lagi dil me tik tik tik tik Hamjoli(1970) Laxmikant Pyarelal
Meri jaan meri jaan Man Ki Aankhen(1970) Laxmikant Pyarelal
Chaahe buri lage chaahe acchi lage Roop Tera Mastaana(1972) Laxmikant Pyarelal
Wai wai main jal gayi (Gaddaar)(1973) Laxmikant Pyarelal
Kahoon kyaa apni daastaan Ginny Aur Johny(1976) rajesh Roshan

The song is sung by Lata. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

Lyrics of the song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

The song is lip synced as a seduction song on Bindu and Rakesh Roshan, with Sajjan also visible in the picturisation.
With this song, the fourth and final song from the movie, “Buniyaad”(1972) now joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Dard e dil badhta jaaye (Buniyaad)(1972) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)

dard-e-dil badhtaa jaaye
saaree saaree raat neend na aaye
dard-e-dil badhtaa jaaye
saaree saaree raat neend na aaye
kar koyee jatan
o bairi sajan
de dawaa koyee aisee
ke chain aa jaaye
dard-e-dil badhtaa jaaye
saaree saaree raat neend na aaye
kar koyee jatan
o bairi sajan
de dawaa koyee aisee
ke chain aa jaaye
dard-e-dil badhtaa jaaye
saaree saaree raat neend na aaye

hmm hmm hmm hmm hm hmm
hmm hmm hmmm hmm hmm hmmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmmm
hmm hmm hmm

nahin vaidh kaa yeh kaam
dil pukaare teraa naam
aankhein karti hain salaam
palkein deti hain payaam
ho ho ho ho ho
tere binaa sooni sooni
haaye meri
armaanon ki mehfil
dard-e-dil badhtaa jaaye
saaree saaree raat neend na aaye

kaise raat guzaaroon main aen
baithhee door nihaaroon main aen aen aen
uljhee zulf sanwaaroon main
tadpoon aur pukaaroon main
o ho ho ho
yaa toh tujhe mujhse pyaar nahin piyaa
yaa tu hai buzdil
dard-e-dil badhtaa jaaye
saaree saaree raat neend na aaye

sunn le pyaar ki fariyaad
kar de aaj dil aabaa aa aad
ye zid chhod de saiyyad
varnaa dekh rakhnaa yaad
o ho ho ho
mar jaaoongi main
teraa jeenaa kar doongi mushqil
dard-e-dil badhtaa jaaye
saaree saaree raat neend na aaye
kar koyee jatan
o bairi sajan
de dawaa koyee aisee
ke chain aa jaaye
dard-e-dil badhtaa jaaye
saaree saaree raat neend na aaye


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Blog Day : 3522 Post No. : 14147

“Buniyaad”(1972) was produced and directed by Virendra Sharma for Pragati Chitra International movie. The movie had Shatrughan Sinha, Farida Jalal, Yogita Bali, Rakesh Roshan, Bindu, Faryal, Pran, Jankidass, Sajjan etc in it.

The movie had four songs in it. Two songs have been covered in the blog so far.

Here is the third song from “Buniyaad”(1972) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Lata. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

The song is lip synced by Farida Jalal. My guess is that the makers of the movie intended this song to be a cabarat dance, but Farida Jalal is no Helen, so the song ultimately ended up being a bar dance/ song of sorts. 🙂


Song-Muhabbat achchi cheez hai (Buniyaad)(1972) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

muhabbat
muhabbat
muhabbat
muhabbat ha ha ha ha ha
muhabbat achchi cheez hai
magar jab bhookh lagti hai
to kuchh bhi kaam nahin aata
sharafat haan sharaafat achchi cheez hai
magar jab bhookh lagti hai
to kuchh bhi kaam nahin aata
muhabbat haan sharafat haan haan
muhabbat

rahega koi na pyaasa
samandar ka ye waada hai
rahega koi na pyaasa
samandar ka ye waada hai
zameen kam hai zamaane mein
magar paani zyaada hai
magar jab pyaas lagti hai
to koi jaam nahin aata
muhabbat
hic sharaafat
haan haan muhabbat

nahin sab bewafa
logon mein thhodi si
wafa bhi hai
nahin sab bewafa
logon mein thhodi si
wafa bhi hai
nahin kya is duniya mein dawa bhi hai
dua bhi hai
magar jab dard hota hai
to bas aaraam nahin aata
muhabbat
hmm
muhabbat

bura kya hai
bhala kya hai
hamen sab yaad thha pahle
arre
bura kya hai
bhala kya hai
hamen sab yaad thha pahle
kasam le lo ye veeraana ye dil
aabaad thha pahle
kise ilzaam den lab pe
kisi ka naam nahin aata
muhabbat
haan mohabbat
achchi cheez hai
magar jab bhookh lagti hai
to kuchh bhi kaam nahin aata
muhabbat ha ha ha ha ha
muhabbat ha ha ha ha ha haa


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 : 3522 Post No. : 14144

Gaddaar (1973) was produced and directed by Harmesh Malhotra and starred Vinod Khanna, Yogita Bali, Pran, Iftekhar, Madan Puri, Anwar Hussain, Ranjeet, Manmohan, Ajit, Padma Khanna, etc. The three songs in this movie were penned by Anand Bakshi and were composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

Watching this movie, during its initial release and many a times subsequently, always gave me pleasure. It is a kind of story which you usually read in a James Hadley Chase novel or some Hollywood heist caper. A major heist goes off as planned, until one person double crosses the team. The rest of the movie is about how those involved hunt for the traitor who has disappeared with the loot from their last big heist.

The movie is an intriguing and gripping thriller that boasts of brilliant performances, witty dialogues and much more. You should definitely not miss this one.

As Greta Memsaab says, she was “positively riveted to my chair” while watching this movie. Read her review of this movie here

A reviewer on IMDB says;

“Solid cast with Pran, Iftekhar, Anwar Hussain, Madan Puri, Vinod Khanna, Manmohan, Ranjit, Ajit, etc. All are good. The plot is very good. It is probably based on some English crime novel. Unlike a typical Hindi movie, there are no clear heroes and villains. There are shades of gray which is unusual and makes the movie worth watching. Also, every character seems to have something special in him in spite of so many of them. Snowy locations are spectacular in this. “

Today(10 march 2018) is Padma Khanna’s 69th birthday. We, all here at Atuldom, wish her a long and healthy life. She currently lives in New Jersey, USA and is the founder and principal of Indianica Academy, where she and others teach youngsters Kathak and fusion dances to Indian Folk dancing for Bollywood enthusiasts.

We celebrate her birthday with this fast cabaret song sung by Lata Mangeshkar, penned by Anand Bakshi and composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal. It is lip synced by Padma Khanna as she dances with the dance master Oscar (of Vijay Oscar Team). The song has heavy prelude and postlude music with an Arabian feel and tempo.

“Gaddaar”(1973) makes its debut in the blog with this song.


Song-Wai wai main jal gayi (Gaddaar)(1973) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

o o o
o o o
o o o
o o o
o o o
o o o
o o o
o o o
o o o
o o o

Wai wai
Main jal gayi
Hmmmmm
Yeh aag hai ya jawaani
Wai wai
Main jal gayi
Hmmmmm
Yeh aag hai ya jawaani
Aag bujha de
Pyaas mitaa de
Dil dhadka de
O dilbarjaani wai wai
Main jal gayi

Main nahin jaanti ee kya
Tera anjaam ho o o ga
Sabke hothon pe le ee kin
Tera he naam hoga
Tu rahe ya
Na rahe tu
Rahegi lekin
Teri kahaani wai wai
Main jal gayi
Hmmmmm
Yeh aag hai ya jawaani
Wai wai
Main jal gayi

Mere hazaaron deewa aa ne
Maine tujhko chuna aa hai
Tujhsa aashiq jahaan aa mein
Dekha hai na suna hai
Lekin mere
Husn se darna
Ishq mein karna
Na beimaani wai wai
Main jal gayi
Hmmmmm
Yeh aag hai ya jawaani


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Blog Day : 3518 Post No. : 14131

“Charitraheen”(1974) was produced by Debesh Ghosh and directed by Shakti Samanta. The movie had Sharmila Tagore, Sanjeev Kumar, Yogita Bali, With Madan Puri, Asrani, Asit Sen, Arpana Chaudhary, Manmohan, Chandrashekhar,Utpal Dutta, Murad, Kundan, Raza Murad,Nandita Thakur, Dina Pathak, Lina D`Souza, Amala Sen, Kanu Roy, Sudarshan, Chhura, Ravi, Supariwala, C.L.Kavish, Rachindar, Satya Bannerji, Nazir Kashmiri, Shanker, Baby Sabiha, Samar Roy, with guest Appearances by Sujit Kumar, Tarun Kumar, Roshenara Calender and Anita Guha.

The movie had four songs in it. Three of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here are the details of the three songs that have already been showcased in the blog :-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Dil se dil milne ka koi kaaran hoga 39 26-Aug-08
Teri meri meri teri yaari badi puraani 12334 16-Aug-16
Dil dai ke jaan le gaya 14126 5-Mar-18

The songs covered so far included one club song, one expression of love song and one mujra cum diversion song. If one has some experience of Hindi movie songs, then onecan easily guess the genre of the missing song. If there is a club song and a mujra song then where is a song sung by the housewife , singing about domestic bliss ? 🙂

Indeed, the fourth and the final song from “Charitraheen”(1974) is a pativrata Bharteeya naari” genre of song. 🙂 It is sung by Lata. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.

The song is picturised on Yogita Bali and Sanjeev Kumar, with Asrani also briefly visible.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

With this song, “Charitraheen”(1974) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Chhota sa ghar apna (Charitraheen)(1974) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, Md-R D Burman

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

hmm hmm…hmm
hmmm…hmm hmm

chhota saa
ghar apnaa
chhotaa sa
ghar apnaa
apne jeevan ka sapnaa aaa
ye toot na jaaye sajnaa aaa
ye toot na jaaye sajnaa aaa
chhotaa sa
ghar apnaa
apne jeevan ka sapnaa aa
ye toot na jaaye sajnaa aaa
ye toot na jaaye
sajnaa

tere pyaari pyaari
ankhiyon mein kho ke
khud ko main
dhoondhaa karoon oon
ho
mann mandir mein rakh ke
piyaa teri moorat
din rain poojaa karoon
barson ki
poojaa se
miltaa hai pyaar itnaa aa
tu rooth na jaaye
sajnaa
sajnaa aaa
tu rooth na jaaye sajnaaa aa aa
chhotaa sa
ghar apnaa
apne jeevan ka sapnaa
ye toot na jaaye sajnaa aaa
ye toot na jaaye sajnaa aa aa

baabul ka ghar chhodaa
tujh se naataa jodaa
preetam teri
galiyaan sajaaoon oon hoon
apne iss aangan mein
palkon se chunn chunn ke
aashaaon ki kaliyaan bichhaaoon
dukh sukh ki
raaton mein
ye haath rahey haathon mein
sang chhoot na jaaye
sajnaa
sajnaa aaa
sang chhoot na jaaye
sajnaa aa
chhotaa sa
ghar apnaa
apne jeevan ka sapnaa
ye toot na jaaye sajnaa
sajnaaa aaa
ye toot na jaaye sajnaa aa aa


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Blog Day : 3517 Post No. : 14126

“Charitraheen”(1974) was produced by Debesh Ghosh and directed by Shakti Samanta. The movie had Sharmila Tagore, Sanjeev Kumar, Yogita Bali, With Madan Puri, Asrani, Asit Sen, Arpana Chaudhary, Manmohan, Chandrashekhar,Utpal Dutta, Murad, Kundan, Raza Murad,Nandita Thakur, Dina Pathak, Lina D`Souza, Amala Sen, Kanu Roy, Sudarshan, Chhura, Ravi, Supariwala, C.L.Kavish, Rachindar, Satya Bannerji, Nazir Kashmiri, Shanker, Baby Sabiha, Samar Roy, with guest Appearances by Sujit Kumar, Tarun Kumar, Roshenara Calender and Anita Guha.

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

Here is the third song from “Charitraheen”(1974) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.

THe song is picturised as a mujra song cum diversion song. It is lip synced by Alpana Chaudhary while her performance is being witnessed by Manmohan and Sanjeev Kumar. It is clear to the movie vierers, but not to Sanjeebv Kumar that Manmohan and Alpana Chaudhary have together hatched a plan to get Sanjeev Kumar drugged and then relieve him of his valuables. and Sanjeev Kumar duly obliges.

Lyrics of this song, as well as other details, have been provided by Prakashchandra.


Song-Dil dai ke jaan le gaya (Charitraheen)(1974) singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-RD Burman

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

dil daike
jaan lai gayaa aa aa aa
dil daike
jaan lai gayaa..aaa…aaa
dagaa be-imaan dai gayaa
dagaa be-imaan dai gayaa
dai gayaa
dagaa be-imaan dai gayaa

poorab dishaa se
chupke se aa ke
bindiyaa bhi looti
nindiyaa bhi looti
poorab dishaa se
chupke se aa ke
bindiyaa bhi looti
nindiyaa bhi looti
chain churaa ke
chain churaa ke
ho chain churaa ke
dil mein samaa ke
armaan bann ke
mehmaan bann ke
ghar ka saamaan
lai gayaa aa aa aa
ghar ka saamaan lai gayaa aaa aa aa
dagaa be-imaan dai gayaa
dai gayaa
dagaa be-imaan dai gayaa

peetal ki jhoothhi
de kar angoothhi
khaa khaa ke qasmein
karke yoon bas mein
peetal ki jhoothhi
de kar angoothhi
khaa khaa ke qasmein
kar ke yoon bas mein
ik din akele
haayye rey haayye rey haayye rey haayye rey
ik din akele
phoolon ke mele
kar ke bahaane
kaliyaan dikhaane
woh gulsitaan lai gayaa aaa aaa
woh gulsitaan lai gayaa aa aa aa
dagaa be-imaan dai gayaa
dai gayaa
dagaa be-imaan dai gayaa
dil daike jaan lai gayaa aa aa aa
dil daike jaan lai gayaa aa aa aa aa
dagaa be-imaan dai gayaa
dai gayaa
dagaa be-imaan
dai gayaa…aaa…aaa
rey ae ae ae ae


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Blog Day : 3516 Post No. : 14123

“Sanjog”(1972) was produced by Mohan Segal and directed by S S Balan. The movie had Amitabh Bachchan, Mala Sinha, Aruna Irani, Johnny Walker, Ramesh Deo, Malika, Madan Puri, Nazir Hussain, Sulochana Chatterji, Keshto Mukherjee, Jagdish Raaj, C. S. Dubey, Master Ratan, Chandrima Bhaduri, Indrani, Baby Indra etc in it.

The movie had four songs in it. three of these songs have been covered in the past. Here are the details of the songs covered earlier:-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Ek do teen chaar 662 1-Feb-09
Roop ye tera jisne banaaya 7777 29-Mar-13
Man mandir mein preet ka dera…ye jhoothhi baat hai 14120 3-Mar-18

Here is the fourth and final song from “Sanjog”(1972) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Rafi. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.

The song is lip synced by Johny Walker (with Chorus) as a qawwaali song. This movie also had a song where Johny Walker lip synced in Kishore Kumar’s voice. So this song is a quiz master’s delight. Which movie had Johny Walker lip syncing two songs in two different voices ? The answer is “Sanjog”(1972).

With this song, “Sanjog”(1972) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog. Incidentally, “Sanjog”(1943) and “Sanjog”(1961) have already been YIPPEED in the past. There was another movie with the same title that was released in 1980s, but that movie has not yet made its debut in the blog.


Song-Kisi gul ki ye kismat hai (Sanjog)(1972) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-R D Burman
Chorus

Lyrics

kisi gul ki ye kismat hai
ke vo sehre mein sajta hai
kisi ko koi apne yaar ki
turbat pe ae ae rakhta hai
ek se phool gulistaan mein khila karte hain aen
phir bhi har phool ki taqdeer juda hoti hai
phir bhi har phool ki taqdeer juda hoti hai
ek se chehre
ek se chehre
haaye ek se chehre
yahaan sabko mila karte hain
phir bhi har chehre ki tasveer juda hoti hai
phir bhi har chehre ki tasveer juda hoti hai

aa aa aa
kafas mein band hai koi to koi ashiyaane mein
to koi ashiyane mein
nahi dekha koi
aazaad humne is zaamane mein
to hamne is zamaane mein
jise bhi humne dekha pareshaan haal dekha
garaj ke har jagah pe bichha ik jaal dekha
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
ek si qaid mein
sab log jiya karte hain
phir bhi har qaidi ki
zanjeer juda hoti hai
ek se phool
ek se phool
gulistan mein khila karte hain
phir bhi har phool ki taqdeer juda hoti hai
phir bhi har phool ki taqdeer juda hoti hai

aa aa aa
yahi sab ki kahaani hai
yahi sab ka fasaana hai
yahi sab ka fasaana hai
koi daulat ka hai aashiq
koi shohrat ka deewaana hai
koi shohrat ka deewaana hai
ise hasrat hai koi
use armaan koi
tamannaaon se khaali
nahin insaan koi
aa aa aa
ek se khwaab
nigaahon mein
basa karte hain
phir bhi har khwaab ki
taabeer juda hoti hai
ek se phool
ek se phool
ek se
haan ek se phool
gulistaan mein khila karte hain
phir bhi har phool ki taqdeer juda hoti hai
phir bhi har phool ki taqdeer juda hoti hai
phir bhi har phool ki taqdeer juda hoti hai
phir bhi har phool ki

taqdeer juda hoti hai
phir bhi har phool ki


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