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This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog.This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in 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 : 4101 Post No. : 15250

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2009-19) – Song No. 48
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Today’s song is from the 1973 movie ‘Heeraa’ which made its debut on the blog on 10th Oct’2009.

Other movies represented on the blog on that day were as follows;
(Movies represented on the blog on 10.10.2009 (in descending order);

Song Movie title-Year Remarks
Tujh sang preet lagaayi sajnaa ho raamaa Kaamchor-1982 All Songs covered in the blog
Apne pyaar ke sapne sach huye Barsaat Ki Ek Raat-1981 03 of 05 songs covered
Main tujhse milne aayi mandir jaane ke bahaane Heera-1973 03 of 05 songs covered
Arre yaar meri tum bhi ho ghazab Teen Deviyaan-1965 All Songs covered in the blog

Kashtiyaan sab ki kinaare pe pahunch jaati hain,
Naakuda jinka nahin,
Unka khuda hota hain”

Those lines played in the background with the ‘logo’ of Sultan Productions the home production of Producer and director Sultan Ahmed.

That also reminds us of the other production houses’ logos and some of them which played some famous lines and that was also one of the thrilling experiences of watching movies in the seventies.

‘Heera’ or ‘Heeraa-1973’ was directed by Sultan Ahmed and it was his home production.

It had Sunil Dutt, Asha Parekh, Farida Jalal, Shatrughan Sinha, Helen, Kanhaiyyalal, Anwar Hussain, Nazir Hussain, Sulochana, Mukri, Randhir, Tabassum, Tuntun, Mumtaz Begam, B.B. Bhalla, Polsan, Renuka, Keshav Rana, Abhimanyu Sharma, Jankidas, Master Raju, Pahalwan, Habib, Mac Mohan, Maqbool, Bam Lahiri, Abhimanyu Sharma, Master Rajoo and many others.
Faryal, Asha Potdar, Shyam Kumar, Satyendra Kappu make a friendly appearance in this movie.
The movie also introduced a sheep ‘Kaptaan’.

Story of this movie was written by K.B. Pathak. Dialogues were written by Wajahat Mirza. Wajahat Mirza also shared the screenplay writing K.B. Pathak and Sultan Ahmed. Editing of this movie was done by M.S. Shinde.

Lata Mangeshkar, Mohd Rafi, Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Usha Khanna and Mukri gave their voices to the songs in this movie.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 23.10.1973.

HFGK Vol-V (1971-1980) listed six songs on the movie page for this movie, it was however corrected in the addenda that the first song in the list, is actually only few lines of the first song in the movie ‘ek chhokariya beech bajariya’ , and thus reducing the total number of songs of this movie to five.

This song ‘ek chhokariya beech bajariya’ was presented on the blog by our Respected Arun ji and he also had mentioned in brief about this movie and its story. (Wherein only one correction is required that the villain Balwant (Shatrughan Sinha) is not arrested b the police in the end of this movie, but he gets killed during the encounter with Heera (Sunil Dutt) and the Police).

I have vague memories of watching this movie either with my Father or my Uncle. And I must be around five or six years old then. After that I have never watched this movie again.

But I always have the nostalgia with me for the song ‘main tujhse milne aayi mandir jaane ke bahaane’ from this movie. I remember this song was very popular then and was frequently played on loud speakers. (however, none of the songs from this movie made it to the annual list of ‘Binaca Geetmala’ of that year). Other than this song the nostalgia related with this movie that I always carried was ‘the daaku, the horses and the guns and the ‘khandahars’ 🙂

Other than the two songs mentioned above the other song which one can remember after listening to it is ‘Jai Ambe Jagdambe Maa Jai Ambe Jagdambe’ which was also heard, may be during ‘Durga Pooja’ festivals only.

And these three songs mentioned above are the three songs from this movie which have been posted in the blog so far.

One can find the today’s song also heard on radio in those days, but I think it was not much popular and forgotten easily thereafter. However this can remind us of the many this type of songs in other movies 😊

Music for this movie was composed by Kalyanji-Anandji, while two lyricists wrote the songs for this movie, Indeewar three songs and Anjaan two songs.

Today’s song is written by Anjaan and sung by Lata Mangeshkar. On screen it is performed by Asha Parekh.

Asha Parekh recently celebrated her 77th birth anniversary on this 2nd October. (She was born on 2nd October 1942). We belatedly wish her a very healthy and peaceful life ahead.

This song happens to be a song in the ‘villain’s den’ where Asha Parekh and her Father Kanhaiyyalal are hostages after Balwant (Shatrughan Sinha) has abducted them. And he forces Asha Devi (Asha Parekh) to dance in his den …

‘le baandh le ye ghunghroo… aur aisaa naach ke aaj saari sabhaa mein aag lag jaaye’

Naach …

And that is why this song …

Let us now enjoy this song sung by Lata Mangeshkar and composed by Kalyanji-Anandji.


Song-Aaj naachoon aise ke aag lag jaaye (Heera)(1973) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

aaj naachoon aise ke aag lag jaaye
aaj naachoon aise ke aag lag jaaye
aag lage aisi ke bujhne naa paaye ae
bujhne naa paaye
aaj naachoon aise ke aag lag jaaye
aaj naachoon aise ke aag lag jaaye
aag lage aisi ke bujhne naa paaye ae
bujhne naa paaye

O deewaane tu sun
meri paayal ki dhun
iski jhankaar mein maut ka raag hai
ho koi sangedil
khaaq mein jaaye mil
aaj ghunghroo ke bolon mein wo aag hai
jaa re jaa aa
jaa re jaa
jaa re jaa aa
mujhe aise tu dekhen kyun
aankh jo milaaun to aag lag jaaye
aankh jo milaaun to aag lag jaaye ae
aag lage aisi ke bujhne naa paaye ae
bujhne naa paaye

kar naa ghaayal mujhe
rang degaa tujhe
har lahu ka jo katraa giregaa yahaan
zulm itnaa na kar
yoon naa hadd se guzar
tu agar hai zameen to koi aasmaan
jaa re jaa aa
jaa re jaa
jaa re jaa aa
dekho mujhko na chhoona yoon
haath naa lagaa tu
ke aag lag jaaye
haath naa lagaa tu
ke aag lag jaaye ae
aag lage aisi ke bujhne na paaye ae
bujhne na paaye …

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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आज नाचूँ ऐसे के आग लग जाए
आज नाचूँ ऐसे के आग लग जाए
आग लगे ऐसी के बुझने ना पाए ए
बुझने ना पाए
आज नाचूँ ऐसे के आग लग जाए
आज नाचूँ ऐसे के आग लग जाए
आग लगे ऐसी के बुझने ना पाए ए
बुझने ना पाए

ओ दिवाने तू सुन
मेरी पायल की धुन
इसकी झंकार में मौत का राग है
हो कोई संगदिल
खाक में जाए मिल
आज घुंघरू के बोलों में वो आग है
जा रे जा आ
जा रे जा
जा रे जा आ
मुझे ऐसे तू देखें क्यूँ
आँख जो मिलाऊं तो आग लग जाए
आँख जो मिलाऊं तो आग लग जाए ए
आग लगे ऐसी के बुझने ना पाए ए
बुझने ना पाए

कर ना घायल मुझे
रंग देगा तुझे
हर लहू का जो कतरा गिरेगा यहाँ
ज़ुल्म इतना ना कर
यूं ना हद से गुज़र
तू अगर है ज़मीन तो कोई आसमान
जा रे जा आ
जा रे जा
जा रे जा आ
देखो मुझको ना छूना यूं
हाथ ना लगा तू के आग लग जाए
हाथ ना लगा तू के आग लग जाए ए
आग लगे ऐसी के बुझने ना पाए ए
बुझने ना पाए … … …

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This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog.This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in 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 : 4101 Post No. : 15249

Hullo Atuldom

The 80s was a period when there were a whole set of “Made in South” movies. Movies essentially remakes of popular and successful Telugu, Tamil and Kannada movies. Movies with nearly same formula- one hero and two heroines, both ladies loving the hero equally with the hero behaving courteously with one and loving the other passionately. To add further twist, the heroines will be sisters (as in Tohfa), childhood best friends (as in Raaste Pyar Ke), or meet accidentally and become good friends (as in Maang Bharo Sajna and Asha Jyoti).

All the movies would have good songs which used to be popular in the 80s and 90s but may have been forgotten since. The most important aspect of these movies used to be that one of the heroines would sacrifice her love or never reveal her love so that the other can lead a happy life with her partner/ husband etc. The hero in most of these South-made movies was Jeetendra and the heroines were mostly Rekha, Reena Roy, Shabana Azmi, Moushumi Chatterjee, Jaya Prada or Sridevi. Taking note of the success of Jeetendra in these movies Rajesh Khanna also acted in a few South-made movies.

Asha Jyoti was one of them. The movie had five songs with Anuradha Paudwal, Asha Bhonsle and Kishore Kumar as playback singers. Anjaan was the lyricist and Laxmi Pyare were the music directors. One song has been posted from the movie. In that post Atulji has speculated about the status of the relations between the main cast. I have seen this movie a long time back and here is the story of the movie, hope that it clears all speculations. 🙂

Asha Jyoti (1984) had Rajesh Khanna, Reena Roy and Rekha as the main cast. The film was directed by Dasari Narayana Rao, who had also directed Aaj Ka M.L.A. Ram Avtar with Khanna in the lead role and music was given by Laxmikant Pyarelal. The film is remake of Telugu Movie Srivari Muchatlu (1981).

Ramesh Chander (Om Shivpuri), a businessman, asks his son Deepak (Rajesh Khanna), a musician, if he would marry his childhood friend Asha (Rekha), but Deepak keeps declining this idea. Deepak falls in love with one of his fans named Jyoti (Reena Roy), a dancer, and he informs his parents by telegram that he has chosen a girl. Deepak promises to pay off the debts owed by Jyoti’s father. But when Deepak reaches his home in Bombay (now Mumbai), he finds that Ramesh has committed suicide due to bankruptcy. Ramesh expresses his last wish that his second wife and her daughter be taken care of. Deepak is delayed in Bombay and is unable to return to Kashmir.

In Kashmir, Jyoti’s creditor asks her father for money, but Jyoti expresses her inability to pay, so the creditor warns Jyoti’s father she will be in grave trouble. When Deepak does arrive at Jyoti’s house, her father lies, saying that he has married her off to the creditor. Deepak is heartbroken and returns home.

Seth Badri Prasad (Madan Puri), a rich man and childhood friend of Ramesh, bails Deepak out from bankruptcy and gets Ramesh’s creditors to not to file suit against Deepak and to auction the bungalow that he would buy. Deepak feels indebted to Prasad. Badri Prasad had been forcing his friend Ramesh Chander to ask Deepak to marry Asha, daughter of Badri Prasad. After Deepak returns to Bombay, his mother suggests to him that he should now get settled in his life and bring some happiness in his life and so he marries Asha. During the wedding, Deepak observes a woman similar to Jyoti. Deepak searches for the Jyoti lookalike and finds the woman was actually Jyoti.

Now Deepak knows that Jyoti was not married to Hukumchand (Roopesh Kumar) and that her father had lied to him. Jyoti had come to Bombay in search of Deepak and tells him that she is the mother of Deepak’s child. Deepak decides to end his marriage with Asha and to tell Asha the truth, but Jyoti insists that Asha would not be able to remarry as society might discard her. Jyoti asks Deepak to act as if they had never met and be a loyal husband of Asha, so that Jyoti can take care of Deepak’s child.

Later, Jyoti becomes a popular dance teacher in her city. Asha decides to learn dancing form Jyoti and they become close friends. Asha discloses that her husband is not loving her and he does not even come close to her. Jyoti visits Asha’s home and learns that Asha is none other than Deepak’s wife. Jyoti tells Deepak to be a true husband to Asha and give Asha the pleasures of married life.

Asha learns that Jyoti and Deepak were lovers before her marriage to Deepak and suspects they are having an affair. Asha found that Deepak and Jyoti are well-wishers of Asha, are innocent and victims of the unpredictable nature of fate. After coming to know the truth, Asha and Jyoti decide to sacrifice their respective lives to let the other live a nice happy married life with Deepak.

Sitting through the movie was not a pain. I loved the way the ladies (over) dressed in silk sarees and had extra long hair plaited in the traditional South Indian Style complete with a garden full of flowers on their hair and heavy jewellery. There was a time in my life when I yearned to have hair like my idol -Rekha- sported in these movies. These movies also showed that Rekha was an artist who followed all instructions of the choreographer and enacted the semi-classical dances that were there in the movie, as can be seen in the song of this movie that is already posted. She also had large eyes that conveyed a variety of emotions.

Today’s song comes towards the end of the movie where we have Asha dressing up Jyoti as a bride and trying to rectify the wrong that fate has delivered on Deepak and his Jyoti (the movies in this genre excelled in naming their characters). We also see that Deepak and Jyoti are not comfortable with this turn of events but Asha prevails on them and we have this Asha Bhonsle play backed song.

I am sure the readers have guessed why I chose a song that has the “oh! so beautiful!” Rekha for today’s post. Yes, she turns a year older today and it has become a compulsion for me that write atleast a small post to wish her.
Wish you a very happy birthday Rekhaji.


Song-Aayi pehli milan ki wo raat (Asha Jyoti)(1984) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

aayi pehli milan ki woh raat
sajan se na sharmaana
aayi pehli milan ki woh raat
sajan se na sharmaana
kya kya huyi re piya ke sang baat
kya kya huyi re piya ke sang baat
sawere humen batlaana
aayi pehli milan ki woh raat
sajan se na sharmaana

ho o o
kitne saawan pyaase tarse
tabhi suhaagan raat aati hai
aati hai toh
pyaar se mann ka kora aanchal bhar jaati hai
kora aanchal bhar jaati hai ae
pyaase mann pe huyi kya barsaat
sawere humen batlaana
aayi pehli milan ki woh raat
sajan se na sharmaana

tan se tan ka milan nahin yeh
tan se tan ka milan nahin yeh
yeh hai do saanson ka sangam
apne jiya ko bas mein rakhna
dil ki dhadkan jaaye na thham
kaisi hoti hai
kaisi hoti hai pehli mulaakaat
sawere humen batlaana
aayi pehli milan ki woh raat
sajan se na sharmaana

madhur milan ki iss bela mein
tan mann jeewan kar de arpan
madhur milan ki iss bela mein
tan mann jeewan kar de arpan
pyaar se saajan ka mann jeete
wahi dulhan hai yahaan suhaagan
o o o o
kiski jeet huyi re kiski maat
sawere hume batlaana
aayi pehli milan ki woh raat
sajan se na sharmaana
kya kya huyi re piya ke sang baat
kya kya huyi re piya ke sang baat
sawere humen batlaana
aayi pehli milan ki woh raat
sajan se na sharmaana


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

Blog Day : 4066 Post No. : 15202

Jaane Jaana Yoon Na Dekho Aaj Nafrat Se Mujhe” – this lovely lilting from the 1963 film ‘Faulaad’, is the creation of the songwriter Anjaan. A poet who has given us some of the most wonderful gems of the Hindi screen. Songs like “Pipraa Ke Patwaa Sarikhe Doley Manwaa” (‘Godaan’, 1963), “Bahaaro Thaam Lo Ab Dil, Mera Mehboob Aata Hai”(‘Namaste ji’, 1965), “Aap Ke Haseen Rukh Pe Aaj Nayaa Noor Hai”(‘Bahaaren Phir Bhi Aayengi’, 1966),  “Aaj Tumse Door Ho Kar, Aise Royaa Mera Pyaar”(‘Ek Raat’, 1967), and “Bina Badraa Ke Bijuriyaa Kaise Chamke”(‘Bandhan’, 1969) – and on to “Rotey Huye Aate Hain Sab, Hansta Hua Jo Jaayegaa. . .”(‘Muqaddar Ka Sikandar’, 1978), “Maano To Main Ganga Maa Hoon, Naa Maano Te Behtaa Paani”(‘Ganga Ki Saugandh’, 1978), “O Khaike Paan Barnaaras Waala” (‘Don’, 1978), “Pag Ghunghroo Baandh Meera Naachi Thi” (‘Namak Halaal’, 1982), “Gori Hain Kalaayi’aan, Tu La De Mujhe Hari Hari Choodiyaan” (‘Aaj Ka Arjun’, 1990). And many more.

Remembering Anjaan on the 22nd anniversary of his passing away, earlier this week (3rd September).

Today, I present another wonderful song penned by him – a song that has been forgotten and has remained obscure for decades. The film is equally obscure – ‘Lady of the Lake’ from 1960. The film is produced and directed by AM Khan, under his own banner of AM Khan Productions, Bombay. It is a fantasy cum stunt film. The list of actors includes Azad, Krishna Kumari, Shaam Kumar, Sherry, Jai, Neelima, Shahgul, Ram, Fani Tinchar, Jilani, Jameela, Baby Leela, OK, Avtar, Maqbool, Robert, and Burhan etc.

The film has nine songs shared between three songwriters. Five songs are written by Anjaan, one by Saba Afghani and the remaining three by Munshi Naayab. Two songs of this film are already represented on our blog.  Today’s song is also from the pen of Anjaan. Music for all the songs is composed by the music director duo of Suresh-Talwar.

The lyrics of this song have been sent in by Nitin Shah.

This song is a duet in the voices of Geeta Dutt and Mahendra Kapoor. Here is duet combination of two well known singers, who came together very rarely during their careers. There may probably be fifteen or maybe less, songs that they have sung together.

A wonderful lilting melody that should have been heard more often. I am sure you would agree.

 


Song – Sun Re O Chhalia, Boley Kya Paayaliya (Lady Of The Lake) (1960) Singers – Geeta Dutt, Mahendra Kapoor, Lyrics – Anjaan, MD – Suresh-Talwar

Lyrics (Provided by Nitin Shah)

sun re o chhaliya
boley kya paayaliya
chhed ke dil ke taar
sajanawa aaj na ja
balamwa aaj na ja
o tere bina ratiya
o re mann basiya
soona laage sansaar
sajanwa aaj na ja
balamwa aaj na ja

kab se baithi raah mein teri
baalam aas lagaaye
ho oo oo balam aas lagaaye
itne din ke baad miley bhi
to tum rahe paraaye
ho oo oo
do dil milne na paaye
behki adaayen
tujh ko bulaayen
dil hai bada beqraar
sajanwa aaj na ja
balamwa aaj na ja

jaadu ajab chalaaye gori
tera roop suhaana
ho oo oo tera roop suhana
pehli jhalak mili jab teri
dil ho gaya deewana
haaye ab isey kahaan hai jaana
ruk ja re ruk ja
palkon mein chhup ja
kar le ji bhar pyaar
sajanawa aaj na ja
balamwa aaj na ja
o sun re o chhaliya
boley kya paayaliya
chhed ke dil ke taar
sajanawa aaj na ja
balamwa aaj na ja

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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सुन रे ओ छलिया
बोले क्या पायलिया
छेड़ के दिल के तार
सजनवा आज न जा
बलमवा आज न जा
ओ तेरे बिना रसिया
ओ रे मन बसिया
सूना लगे संसार
सजनवा आज न जा
बलमवा आज न जा

कब से बैठी राह में तेरी’
बालम आस लगाए
हो ओ ओ बालम आस लगाए
इतने दिन के बाद मिले भी
तो तुम रहे पराये
हो ओ ओ
दो दिल मिलने ना पाये
बहकी अदाएँ
तुझ को बुलाएँ
दिल है बड़ा बेक़रार
सजनवा आज न जा
बलमवा आज न जा

जादू अजब चलाये गोरी
तेरा रूप सुहाना
हो ओ ओ तेरा रूप सुहाना
पहली झलक मिली जब तेरी
दिल हो गया दीवाना
हाय अबे इसे कहाँ है जाना
रुक जा रे रुक जा
पलकों में छुप जा
कर ले जी भर प्यार
सजनवा आज न जा
बलमवा आज न जा
ओ सुन रे ओ छलिया
बोले क्या पायलिया
छेड़ के दिल के तार
सजनवा आज न जा
बलमवा आज न जा


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“Ghar Mein Ram Gali Mein Shyam”(1987) was produced by Jairam Gulabani and directed by Subhash Sonik for Babu Films, Bombay. This movie had
Govinda, Neelam Kothari, Anupam Kher,Khushboo,Beena aka Beena Bannerjee, Rita Bhaduri, Johny Lever, Nivedita Saraf aka Nivedita Joshi, Satish Shah, Kirty Kumar(Govinda`s Elder Brother in real life), Shakeela Bano, Buta Singh, Mahinder, Pramod Phatak, Ravinder Singh Grover, Beeta, Ram Dhani etc in it.

The movie had five songs in it and they were sung by fve singers.

Today (2 september 2019) is Ganesh Chaturthi. On this occasion here is Lord Ganesh related song from “Ghar Mein Ram Gali Mein Shyam”(1987). This song is sung by Suresh Wadkar and chorus. Anjaan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Amar Utpal.

The song is lip synced by Anupam Kher, with Rita Bhaduri, Neelam, Govinda and many other also visible in the picturisation of this devotional song.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

With this song, “Ghar Mein Ram Gali Mein Shyam”(1987) makes its debut in the blog.

I take this opportunity to wish everyone a very Happy Ganesh Chaturthi.

Video links:

Audio link (Longer)

Song-Ganpati Bappa morya khoob tera sansaar hai (Ghar Mein Raam Gali Mein Shyam)(1987) Singer-Suresh Wadkar, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Amar Utpal
Chorus

Lyrics(Based on audio link)(Provided by Prakashchandra)

ganpati bappaa
moryaa

ooo ho oo hooo ooo
ooooo ho ho ho ho
hooo ho oo hooo
ooo ho oo hooo ooo
ooooo ho
hooo ho oo hooo ho
ho ganapati bappa moreya
mangalmoorti morya
o mangalmoorti moreyaa
mangaldarshan saarkaa
hho ganapati bappa morya
mangalmoorti morya

ganpati bappa morya
khoob tera sansaar hai
ganpati bappa moryaa
khoob tera sansaar hai

paap hai atyaachar hai
dayaa dharam na pyaar hai ae
sachchaai ki haar hai
jhooth ki jai jaikaar hai
sachchaai ki haar hai
jhooth ki jai jaikaar hai

ganpati bappa moryaa
khoob tera sansaar hai
ganpati bappa moryaa
khoob tera sansaar hai

dhokha dein jo auron ko yahaan
haan jee auron ko yahaan…aaan
poojey unnko poojey rey kyun saari duniyaa..aa
saarey jogi dhongee ho gaye
haan haan dhongee ho gaye
saare gyaani dhyaani jaane kahaan kho gaye
pyaar banaa vyaapaar hai
duraachaar vyabhichaar hai
zulmon ki bharmaar hai ae
ganpati bappa morya
khoob tera sansaar hai
ganpati bappa moryaa
khoob tera sansar hai

karm hai eeshwar
karm hi poojaa…aaa
karm hai eeshwar
karm hi poojaa
karm se badh ke
dharm na doojaa
jeenaa kya hai ae
bas wohi jaaney
jo jeevan se ae
haar na maaney
sundar ye sansaar hai
karm ki shakti apaar hai
kyun praani laachar hai..ae
ganpati bappa morya
khoob tera sansaar hai
ganpati bappa moryaa
khoob tera sansaar hai

agyaani hain jitne devaa
unn ko gyaan de
devaa unn ko gyaan de ae
riddhi siddhi
aur sukh sampati ka
ham ko daan de ae
agyaani hain jitne e devaa…aaaa…aaaa
ho o o o o
agyaani hain jitne devaa unn ko gyaan de
riddhi siddhi aur sukh sampati ka hamko daan de
tera bharaa bhandaar hai
tu sabka aadhaar hai
jag ka paalanhaar hai ae
ganpati bappa moryaa
khoob tera sansaar hai
ganpati bappa moryaa
khoob tera sansaar hai

paap hai athyaachar hai
dayaa dharam na pyaar hai ae
sachchaai ki haar hai
jhooth ki jai jaikaar hai
sachchaai ki haar hai
jhooth ki jai jaikaar hai

ganpati bappa moryaa
khoob tera sansaar hai
ganpati bappa moryaa
khoob tera sansaar hai
hho ganpati bappa moreyaa
mangalmoorthi moryaa
hho mangalmoorthi moreyaa
mangaldarshan saarkaa
(ho o o o o)
ho ganpati bappa moryaa(ho o o o o)
mangalmoorti moryaa (ho o o o o)
ho mangalmoorti moryaa(ho o o o o)
mangaldarshan saarkaa (ho o o o o)
ho ganpati bappa moryaa (ho o o o o)
mangalmoorti moryaa
(ho o o o o)


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Blog Day :

3999 Post No. : 15097 Movie Count :

4145

Songs Repeated in Hindi Films – 4
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This song has been suggested by Peevesie’w Mom ji, for inclusion in this series. Interestingly enough, the original song from the ‘Disco Dancer’ was posted on our blog by herself only, on June 16th, last year. Last year she has posted this on the birth anniversary of the prime protagonist of this song – Mithun Chakravarty.

So when I initiated this series, she almost immediately connected with me, and sent me the link to this repeat song, with the request that I post it on the 16th June. But my bad – even though I did start preparing this post well in time, 16th June was not to be, due to other compelling priorities etc. So today, fourteen days later, we are sending in this very belated birthday greeting to this original Disco Dancer.

The original song appears on our blog here >> “I Am A Disco Dancer”. It is from the 1982 film ‘Disco Dancer’ with music by Bappi Lahiri, and singing voice is of Vijay Benedict. In this later version from the 2010 film ‘Golmaal 3’, the song has been re recorded in the voice of Bappi Lahiri himself. This version is shorter than the original by one stanza.

The interesting peculiarity, rather a unique feature about this repeat song is that on screen it is performed by the same artist, after a gap of 28 years. And so, it is an interesting comparison to view both these songs side by side. When he performed this song in 1982, he was all of 30 years of age. And the repeat – well in 2010, Mithun was 58 years old. The energy and the intensity of his dance movements of course has dimmed down quite a bit. In this latter version we are bringing on today, most of his movements are single move shots, standing at one place, very unlike the vigorous moves he makes as he bounces across the stage, 28 years earlier. But surely, kudos to him for still taking on this challenge, and making quite a good show of it. It is in his eyes – the intensity in his eyes is still the same.

As I am writing about this unique repeat song, I am also reminded of another similar repeat, that is actually a hallmark in the history of Hindi film music. Yes, I am reminding readers of the very first song in Hindi films – “De De Khuda Ke Naam Pe Pyaare”. That song, and its singer, has made an even more significantly unique record in the annals of Hindi film songs. Wazir Mohammed Khan, who has sung, as well as performed on screen, this momentous song in ‘Alam Aara’ in 1931 – he was destined to repeat it twice, as both the singer and the on screen performer. The film ‘Alam Aara’ was remade twice, in 1956 and then again in 1973. With the first rendition being in 1931, after 25 years, it gets reprised in 1956, and then again after another 17 years in 1973 – the second repeat coming 42 years after the original performance.

WM Khan was born in 1906 – that makes him just 25 years of age when he appeared in the original ‘Alam Aara’ of 1931. With a white turban and a flowing grey beard, this young man of 25 years played the role of a 70+ years old mendicant. In 1956, he was fifty when he reprised this role the first time. And then, in 1973, he was 67 years of age, when he played the fakeer yet one more time, singing the same song. Of course, the third time he did not need a make-up artifact – the white beard we see is his own. The very first song in Hindi films – repeated twice over, and by the same singer-performer, over a period of 42 years. This accomplishment in the annals of Hindi films is likely to go down in history – unmatched and unchallenged.

On another note, since I initiated this series, I have been getting some very seriously interesting suggestions from various readers of our blog, and other friends in my circle. Some very interesting songs are coming up as repeats in the next episodes of this series.

Regarding the film ‘Golmaal 3’, I am not getting into details. The Wiki page of this film carries a lot of good information. One interesting connect I made about this film. Although this song is credited to Bappi Lahiri, being the music director of the original, the MD of ‘Golmaal 3’ is Pritam. Full name of this gentleman is Pritam Chakravarty. So we have the MD and the lead player in the film – both Chakravarty. To top it, the name of the character role played by Mithun in the film – it is Pritam. 😀 😀

OK, so the 4th episode done, with a promise of a few very interesting ones to come up. Watch this space – 🙂 .

Song – I Am A Disco Dancer  (Golmaal 3) (2010) Singer – Bhappi Lahiri, Unidentified Female Voice, Lyrics – Anjaan, MD – Bappi Lahiri
Chorus

Lyrics

disco. . .   
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   

aa aa aa aa aa aa . . .

i am a disco dancer
i am a disco dancer
i am a disco dancer

zindagi mera gaana
main isi ka deewaana
to jhoomo
to naacho
aao mere sang nacho gaao
i am a disco dancer
i am a disco dancer

do din ki hasti mein
sadiyon ki masti mein
bindaas baaghi jawaani
dil pyaar se milte hain
aise jawaani mein
jaise miley aag paani
is umr mein kyon na
manmaani kar jaayen
masti ki raahon mein
hadd se guzar jaayen
ha ha ha haa haa haa
jahaan miley pyaar
wahin mere yaar
ho jaaye nisar
to jhoomo
to naacho
aao mere sang nacho gaao
i am a disco dancer
i am a disco dancer

disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer
disco. . .   dancer

aa aa aa aa aa aa . . .

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰

आ आ आ आ आ आ॰ ॰ ॰

आइ एम ए डिस्को डांसर
आइ एम ए डिस्को डांसर
आइ एम ए डिस्को डांसर

ज़िंदगी मेरा गाना
मैं इसी का दीवाना
तो झूमो
तो नाचो
आओ मेरे संग नाचो गाओ
आइ एम ए डिस्को डांसर
आइ एम ए डिस्को डांसर

दो दिन की हस्ती में
सदियों की मस्ती में
बिंदास बागी जवानी
दिल प्यार से मिलते हैं
ऐसे जवानी में
जैसे मिले आग पानी
इस उम्र में क्यों ना
मनमानी कर जाएँ
मस्ती की राहों में
हद से गुज़र जाएँ
हा हा हा हा हा हा
जहां मिले प्यार
वहीं मेरे यार
हो जाएँ निसार
तो झूमो
तो नाचो
आओ मेरे संग नाचो गाओ
आइ एम ए डिस्को डांसर
आइ एम ए डिस्को डांसर

डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर
डिस्को॰ ॰ ॰   डांसर

आ आ आ आ आ आ॰ ॰ ॰


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Blog Day : 3970 Post No. : 15054

Peevesie’s mom is one blog regular who keeps in touch with me on phone almost on a regular basis. Nearly one month ago, she phoned to enquire whether my daughter was at Mumbai seeing that summer vacations had started in Mumbai colleges. So I informed her that my daughter, and also my wife, were on their way to join me for their respective vacations.

So it came as no surprise to Peevesie’s mom when my posts during the last month were reduced to a trickle.

Day before yesterday, Peevesie’s mom phoned me informing me that she had sent a late article in the evening and whether I would be able to post it. I informed her that I was on the job. She enquired why I was not posting my articles in the blog. I was posting guest articles all right but she was interested about my “man ki baat”” kind of articles. I informed her that my wife was still around and I would be able to post by “well” researched article only after I am away from the watchful eyes of my wife, which would be from the afternoon of 1 june 2019. 🙂

Then the talk veered to the TV programme that I was watching. She asked whether I was watching the world cup cricket match or the swearing in ceremony of Indian ministers. I informed her that I was watching the later, viz the swearing in ceremony.

We agreed that Indians were busy for the last one month and a half in General elections and now they would get busy following cricket world cup for the next one month and a half. Peevesie’s mom is not aware that I would stay busy after the cricket world cup as well, seeing that Premier Kabaddi League would start immediately after cricket world cup.

My wife stayed with me for nearly one month and she is leaving in the afternoon. So the excuse of there being no time for blogging will no longer be there for me. 🙂

There are lots of topics that I would have loved to discuss but I could not find time. I can even hold forth on a subject like “JCK ki khudaai” if I can find time and I apply my mind to it. 🙂 Yesterday, I was actually invited to watch “JCB ki khudaai” inside my workplace. 🙂

Right now, I was trying to post one article a day. Hopefully I will be in a position to be able to post several articles a day which used to happen so regularly in the past. I could try to turn the clock back a decade, when there used to be six or seven songs a day everyday. 🙂

“Badalte Rishte”(1978) was directed by R Jhalani for Vijayshree pictures Bombay. The movie had Jeetendra, Rishi Kapoor, Reena Roy, Asrani, A K Hangal, Pinchoo Kapoor, Shubha Khote, Urmila Bhatt, Deena pathak, Master Raju, Omkar, Madan Joshi, Pardesi, Raja Duggal, Makhan Singh, Chandar Dhaani, Chandra Prabha, etc in it, with new discoveries Shashi Bala Saxena and Rachna Bhatt.

The movie had five songs in it. Two songs have been covered in the past.

This song, the third song from the movie, is sung by Kishore Kumar and Suman Kalyanpur. Anjaan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

This “naa naa followed by haan haan” kind of “iqraar” song is picturised on Rishi Kapoor and Reena Roy.

This movie is from 1978, a year when I becan to watch movies with a vengeance. But I did not watch this movie and I was not aware of this song. So this song is a “new”song for me and I haerd this song for the first time today, more than four decades after this song was created.


Song-Tum chaahe hamko pasand na karo (Badalte Rishte)(1978) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

tum chaahe humko pasand na karo
par tum humko pasand ho
pasand ho
par tum humko pasand ho
chhaliya jo sau sau roop badle ae ae
wo humen kaise pasand ho
pasand ho
wo humen kaise pasand ho

chhaanv jaise baadal ki
dhoop jaise saawan ki
waise na jaane kis pal tum badlo
baat jaise sapne ki
rang jaise mausam ka
waise na jaane kis pal
tum badlo

deewaane ko kyun tadpaana
tum jo humen dil se pasand kar lo
apni to kismat buland ho
buland ho
apni to kismat buland ho
chhaliya jo sau sau roop badle ae ae
wo humen kaise pasand ho
pasand ho
wo humen kaise pasand ho

bin soche dil kho ke
pyaar mein paagal hoke
tum in bahaaron mein kabhi ee khoyi nahin
ye bahaaren bolengi
bhed dil ke kholengi
dil mein tumhaare siva to koi nahin
laakh manaaya dil na maana
hum kaise tumko pasand na karen
jab tum dil ko pasand ho
pasand ho
haan tum dil ko pasand ho
haan tum humko pasand ho
pasand ho
haan tum humko pasand ho


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Blog Day : 3900 Post No. : 14951

Today (23 march 2019) happens to be 3900th day for the blog. This clearly is a landmark day for the blog, and a cause for celebration. It is just that I had no idea how to celebrate it. I had not thought about any special song so cover with some special write up.

The day is all but gone. One post came up in the evening, and that avoided the day from ending up as a dot day.

I had decided not to watch IPL, but I found myself getting tempted to watch the opening match of the IPL season. One hour later, as the match had become one sided and boring, I have decided that it would be a better idea to devote my time to the blog rather than in watching this IPL match. 🙂

When I went through the list of movies that have just a few songs left, I found out that “Namak Halal”(1982) has two songs left to be covered.

“Namak Halaal” (1982) was produced by Satyendra Pal and directed by Prakash Mehra. The movie had Amitabh Bachchan, Shashi Kapoor, Smita Patil, Parveen Babi, Waheeda Rehman, Ranjeet, Satyen Kappu etc in it.

All five songs of this movie are extremely popular songs, and the two remaining songs are of the time that I was saving for special occasions. I thought that this occasion was special enough to discuss one of these two songs of “Namak Halal”(1982).

So, here is this song from “Namak Halaal”(1982)- thhodi si jo pee li hai. The song is sung by Kishore Kumar. Anjaan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Bappi Lahiri.

All the songs of the movie, including this one, are well picturised, which was the hallmark of Prakash Mehra movies. That was specially true for this movie. Earlier in the movie, Om Prakash, playing Amitabh Bachchan’s “daddu” pretends to be a lecherous old man and not Amitabh Bachchan’s “daddu”. In this song, Amitabh Bachchan tries to get even with Om Prakash, by playing a lecherous man himself. His plan gots haywire when Smita Patil drops in, unannounced. 🙂

It is a superbly sung song by Kishore Kumar, and so is the picturisation. Bappi Lahiri’s music composition in this movie was something that he would be quite proud of, when he looks back at his career.

Here is this special song from “Namakhalaal” (1982), to mark the special occasion of the blog turning 3900 days old. Two important milestones beckon. One is he 4000 day mark and another is 15000th song mark in the blog. Hopefully we will have something special planned for those occasions. 🙂


Song-Thhodi si jo pee lee hai (Namakhalaal)(1982) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Bappi Lahiri

Lyrics

hey raani priyaani preetaani
corlo baani ee
turu turu turu
hey priya priya priya
priya shigoru nugoru kuru uu
kuru kuru kuru
hey krishumbu mukumbu muriyaami ee
ee ee
ee ee
ruf

thhodi si jo pee li hai
chori to nahin ki hai
thhodi si jo pi li hai
chori to nahin ki hai
o julie
o sheela
o raano, jamaalo
koi hamko roko
koi to sambhaalo
kahin ham gir na paden
hey hey
thhodi si jo pi li hai
chori to nahin ki hai
o julie
o sheela
o raano, jamalo
koi hamko roko
koi to sambhalo
kahin ham gir na pade
thhodi si jo pee li hai
chori to nahin ki hai
eee

main bhi jaanoon peena to buri baat hai
kaise na piyoon pyaasi ye raat hai
main bhi jaanoon peena to buri baat hai
kaise na piyoon pyaasi ye raat hai
upar se haseenon ka haseen saath hai ae
o juli, o sheela,
o rano, jamalo
hamen gori gori baahon mein utha lo,
kahi hum gir na paden
hey hey
thhodi si jo pee li hai,
chori to nahin ki hai

mera hai zamaane se alag raasta
mujhe bhala duniya se kya waasta
mera hai zamaane se alag raasta
mujhe bhala duniya se kya waasta
hamse khafa kyun log hain kya pata
o julie
o sheela
o raano jamaalo
hamen dushmanon ki nazar se bachaa lo
kahin hum gir na paden
he he
thhodi si jo pee li hai
chori to nahin ki hai
ee

arre mar gaye bhai
ruru
ruru ruru
ruru
ruru ruru
ruru oo oo
oo oo
thhoda-thhoda dil pe hai jawaani ka nasha
uspe phir nasha hai ye tere pyaar ka
thhoda-thhoda dil pe hai jawaani ka nasha
uspe phir nasha hai ye tere pyaar ka
tauba ye nashe mein nasha mil gaya
aa aa
sharaabi sharaabi nigaahen na daalo
hamare jawaan dil ko yoon na uchaalo
kahi hum gir na pade
thhodi si jo pee li hai
chori to nahin ki hai
o poono meri jaan
ye gussa dabaa lo
hamen do sahaara
gale se laga lo
hey kahin hum gir na pade
arre
hum to gir pade
hihi
hihi


This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in 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 :

3898 Post No. : 14948 Movie Count :

4084

Missing Films of 1960s – 98
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It is such a delight to ferret out unheard songs from obscure and unfamiliar films. So many times, I come across the film names and then move on because it is unfamiliar. So many times I pause at a film folder in my collection, thinking whether I have opened it before. But then usually, other pressing matters take precedence and I say ‘oh well’, and move on.

But there are other times, when I have to get inside the folder and check out the contents. Like today’s song. A film like ‘Kaurav Pandav’ from a year like 1970 – never read anything about the film, never heard its music before, not sure what I will find in there, given the names of artists. But you know what, over the years, experience has taught me that the contents of such folders almost always never fail to surprise – with one or more forgotten gems that are almost lost under the sand dunes of time.

What does one say for the song like this post? Remarkable, unheard gem, lovely melodious, rare of the rare, never heard of the film – are some comments I get from friends after they hear my upload on YouTube. What a superlative find this song is. Suman Kalyanpur at her subdued best, meaningful and wonderful lyrics from Anjaan, and a melody that is such a lovely reminiscent throwback on the golden era of melody – from another obscure artist of that era – Suresh Kumar. All the attributes come together to bring out such a lovely song – the type that you won’t even get to hear on Radio Ceylon (now SLBC).

This film also has an alternate title – ‘Sampoorn Mahabharat’. The film is produced under the banner of Firdaus Films, Bombay and is directed by S Dosani. The star cast includes Arvind Pandya, Sadhana Khote, Meenakshi, Shyam Irani, Shetty, Shri Bhagwan, Anjum, Fazal Khan, Jilani, Radheshyam, Dinesh Kumar, Pintu, Jagdish Kanwal, Prem Sagar, Amrit Rana, Prakash, RP Kapoor, Champaklala, V Prem, Narbada Shankar, Bihari Singh, Shri And Shrimati Kapoor, Savita, Krishna Duggal, and Vasundhara.

Geet Kosh lists 6 songs for this film, four written by Anjaan and two by Yogesh. This song is from the pen of Anjaan. Music is by Suresh Kumar, a lesser known music director from 1950s and 60s; he also created music as one partner in the duo of Suresh-Talwar.

What else to say – just listen to the song. And the wonder is that this, and many more like this, are still unheard, still hidden, and many may even be lost already. But of course, small mercies to be grateful for, that we find what we can. And we listen and enjoy.

Brief note about the homework assignment from Khyati Ben.  We are now shortly coming to the end of this series – a handful of traceable films remain. We should get the century milestone with this series in a few days. Then we will be able to claim that all possible films of 1960s which can be traced wherever, are now represented here. I will give the specific numbers when I close this series.

So how about someone doing a similar exercise for the 1950s. If someone takes up the task to list out all the pending films of 1950s, I promise that I will go after to locate and trace and bring them up here on our blog. Request is to all members of bandwagon – one enthusiastic volunteer needed. 🙂

 

Song – Pardesi Piya Se Kiya Pyaar  (Kaurav Pandav) (1970) Singer – Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics – Anjaan, MD – Suresh Kumar

Lyrics

moti chugne gayi re hansini
maansarovar teer
pankh pankh par raajhans ne
likh di preet ki peer

aaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaa
aaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaa

pardesi piya..aa..aa

pardesi piya se kiya pyaar
akele mora jiya na lagey
akele mora jiya na lagey
jaane chhalia darad na hamaar
jaane chhalia darad na hamaar
akele mora jiya na lagey
akele mora jiya na lagey
pardesi piya se kiya pyaar. . .

akhion se bichhda
akhion ka kajra
rootha kalaion se albela gajra
akhion se bichhda
akhion ka kajra
rootha kalaion se albela gajra
ud gai nindiya
bujh gai bindiya
tujh bin o rasia
mora murjhaaye solaa singaar
mora murjhaaye solaa singaar
akele mora jiya na lagey
akele mora jiya na lagey
pardesi piya se kiya pyaar. . .

kuchh to bata ja
bairi sanwariya
kaise kategi akeli umariya
kuchh to bata ja
bairi sanwariya
kaise kategi akeli umariya
chaand jalaaye raat rulaaye
chain naa aaye piya
soona laage re sansaar
soona laage re sansaar
akele mora jiya na lagey
akele mora jiya na lagey
pardesi piya se kiya pyaar. . .

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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मोती चुगने गई रे हंसिनी
मानसरोवर तीर
पंख पंख पर राजहंस ने
लिख दी प्रीत की पीर

आssssssss आssssss
आssssssssssss आsss

परदेसी पिया॰॰आ॰॰आ

परदेसी पिया से किया प्यार
अकेले मोरा जिया ना लागे
अकेले मोरा जिया ना लागे
जाने छलिया दरद ना हमार
जाने छलिया दरद ना हमार
अकेले मोरा जिया ना लागे
अकेले मोरा जिया ना लागे
परदेसी पिया से किया प्यार॰ ॰ ॰

अखिओं से बिछड़ा
अखिओं का कजरा
रूठा कलईओं से अलबेला गजरा
अखिओं से बिछड़ा
अखिओं का कजरा
रूठा कलईओं से अलबेला गजरा
उड़ गई नींदिया
बुझ गई बिंदिया
तुझ बिन ओ रसिया
मोरा मुरझाए सोला सिंगार
मोरा मुरझाए सोला सिंगार
अकेले मोरा जिया ना लागे
अकेले मोरा जिया ना लागे
परदेसी पिया से किया प्यार॰ ॰ ॰

कुछ तो बता जा
बैरी साँवरिया
कैसे कटेगी अकेली उमरिया
कुछ तो बता जा
बैरी साँवरिया
कैसे कटेगी अकेली उमरिया
चाँद जलाए रात रुलाये
चैन ना आए पिया
सूना लागे रे संसार
सूना लागे रे संसार
अकेले मोरा जिया ना लागे
अकेले मोरा जिया ना लागे
परदेसी पिया से किया प्यार॰ ॰ ॰


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Blog Day :

3898 Post No. : 14944 Movie Count :

4083

India is a country of festivals. India is also a country of colours. So, it follows naturally that there should be a festival of colours as well in India. Indeed that is the case and that festival is called Holi.

Today (21 march 2019) is Holi, the festival of colour. Holi is the most favourite festival as far as Hindi aand other Indian language movies are concerned. This festival offers all the opportunities that Hindi movie makers so look forward to, viz to slip in a song and dance situation.

Hindi movie makers want a situation where both genders should be seen dancing together, teasing each other, taking liberties with each other, and yet the other party not objecting- this festival offers all these opportunities, possibilities and more. No wonder Hindi (and Indian) movie makers have utilised Holi festival opportunities to the full and continue to do so. Even new Hindi movies, who are otherwise known for forgettable songs in them continue to come up with Holi songs that manage to be longer lasting that other songs of the movie. Take the example of the Holi song that Sudhir Jee posted first thing in the morning. It is a song from 2013. I was not aware of this song and even Sudhir Jee became aware of the song only a while back, but what a song it is! Here is a song from this century where lyrics is the star just like how it used to be in the Golden era of HFM.

This is the eleventh Holi for this blog. Since this festival is the MFF (most favourite festival) of Hindi movies so one can be certain to have a steady supply of Holi festival songs to cover in the blog, even though we have already covered most well known Holi songs including timeless Holi songs.

As many as 57 Holi songs have been covered in the blog so far on 10 previous occasions, which works out to a whopping average of nearly six holi festival songs each year (5.7 per holi day, to be precise)! It is a higher average than the daily post average of the blog (3.8 songs per day) at the moment.

Different festivals remain topical for different duration of time. If we do not post a writeup within this time then the post loses its relevance. In case of Holi, it is the first half of the day mostly when people are mostly in festive mood, though it spills over to the afternoon as well. Same is the case for Republic day and Independence day as well, where Indians feel at their most patriotic during the first half of the day !

It is already afternoon, and I should have been prompt like Sudhir Jee, who scheduled his Holi festival song for posting early in the morning , after dong all the writeup earlier. I, on the other hand find myself behaving like a student who is trying hard to study his text books after the time is all but over. 🙂

I have Prakashchandra for my rescue though. He has sent so many Holi festival songs that they will easily last me a few more Holi festivals.

If Sudhir Jee chose a Holi song from 21st century, I have chosen a Holi festival song from 1981, when the Golden Era of HFM had just ended and baton was being exchanged between Golden era artists and non golden era artists so to say.

“Aapas Ki Baat”(1981) was produced by Salim Akhtar and directed by Harmesh Malhotra for Citizen pictures, Bombay. The movie had Raj Babbar, Poonam Dhillon,Shakti Kapoor, Bharat Kapoor, Huma Khan, Narendranath, Asrani,Dina Pathak, Purnima,Abhi Bhattacharya, Kalpana Iyer, Madhu Malhotra, Bhushan Tiwari,Janaki Dass,Ajay, Sunder, Azad Irani, Rammurti Chatrurvedi, Sunder Taneja, Dolly, Khushboo,Moolchand, Kirti,Goga Kapoor etc in it.

The movie had five songs in it.

This Holi song from “Aapas Ki Baat”(1981) is the first song from the movie to get covered in the blog. This song is sung by the Golden Era singers viz Kishore Kumar and Asha Bhonsle with chorus. Lyrics are by Anjaan. Music is composed by Anu Malik.

The song is picturised on Raj Babbar and Kalpana Iyer with lots of other dancers. Asrani, Moolchand, Bhooshan Tiwari etc are prominently visible alongwith others.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra, who as is his wont, specially mentioned that the audio is a bit longer than the video version. Incidentally the video of this song has ended up becoming rare to find.

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

I take this opportunity to wish everyone a happy and safe Holi.

Audio

Video

Song-Rang ude rangon mein dil dooba (Aapas Ki Baat)(1981) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Anu Malik
Male Chorus
Female chorus
All chorus
Kishore Kumar + Chorus

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

ho ho
ho ho
ho ho
ho ho
ho ho
ho ho

(aa aa aa aa)
ho ho
ho ho
ho ho

aa aa aa aa
ho ho
ho ho
ho ho

aa aa aa aa
ho ho
ho ho
ho ho

aa aa aa aa

hoyye ae ae ae

rang ude rangon mein dil doobaa
rangilaa dil dhoondhe mehboobaa
hey
rang ude rangon mein dil doobaa
rangeelaa dil dhoondhe mehboobaa

hey hey he he
ae hey hey ae ae ae hmm…hmmm..hmmmm
laaa laalala
lala laa aa aa
lalalala
hoyye

udaake gori gulaabi ghunghtaa tu
milaake nazar lagaa de thumkaa tu
udaa ke gori gulaabi ghunghtaa tu
milaake nazar lagaa de thumkaa tu
chehre pe zulfein bikhraa ke
patli kamar yoon lachkaa ke
zaraa hans ke ae
zaraa hans ke bijli chamkaa tu
udaa ke gori gulaabi ghunghtaa tu
milaa ke nazar lagaa de thumkaa tu oo
rang ude rangon mein dil doobaa
arrey rangeelaa dil dhoonde mehboobaa hoyye
rang ude rangon mein dil doobaa
hey rangeelaa dil dhoondhe mehboobaa

ho ho ho
ho ho ho
ho ho ho
ho ho ho

ho o o
na naa na na na na na na na na naaaaaaa
ghunghtaa uthhaa toh machal jaaogey

haayye
lachke kamar toh phisal jaaoge
haayye
o
ghunghtaa uthhaa toh machal jaaogey

hoyye
lachke kamar toh phisal jaaogey
nashe mein aaj ho tum (hic)
bade naadaan ho tum(hic)
nashe mein aaj ho tum
bade naadaan ho tum
takraanaa hamse sambhal ke
mere roop ke nashe mein
nashe mein
nashe mein bhatkaa tu
meri zulf mein deewaane attkaa tu

chehre pe zulfein bikhraa ke
patli kamar yoon lachkaa ke
zaraa hans ke bijli chamkaa tu…oo
rang ude rangon mein dil doobaa
arrey rangeelaa dil dhoondhe mehboobaa ( hoyye)
ha ha ha
rang ude rangon mein dil doobaa
hey rangilaa dil dhoondhe mehboobaa..aa

hey ae hum aaj hadd se guzar jaayenge
jee naa sakenge toh mar jaayenge
hum aaj hadd se guzar jaayenge (hoyye)
jee naa sakenge toh mar jaayenge ae
kissi pe jo na mare
arrey woh khaakh jiye
kissi pe jo na mare
arrey woh khaakh jiye
jeenaa hai sholon mein jal ke ae
tujhe kya pataa kaisse
kaisse
kaisse behkaa tu
haseen aag mein kaisse dehkaa tu

aanchal gulaabi lehraa ke
patli kamar yoon lachkaa ke
zaraa hans ke bijliyaan chamkaa tu
udaa ke gori gulaabi ghunghtaa tu
milaa ke nazar lagaa de thumkaa tu..oooo
rang ude rangon mein dil doobaa
arrey rangilaa dil dhoonde mehboobaa ha ha ha(hoyye)
rang ude rangon mein dil doobaa
hoyye rangilaa dil dhoonde mehboobaa

oyye dil doobaa
arrey meri mehboobaa
hoyye hoyye hoyye hoyye
arrey dil doobaa
ae meri mehboobaa
brrrrrr…rrrrrrrr
hoo hoo
hoo hoo
hoo hoo


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Blog Day : 3877 Post No. : 14900

I began “Blog Ten year challenge (2009-2019)” early this year. As many as ten songs are covered in this series so far. Three other regulars (viz M/s Avinash Scrapwala, Sadanand Kamath and Sudhir Ji) have also chipped in with their articles in this series. In this series, we cover a song from a movie whose song (some other song obviously) was covered in the blog ten years ago on the same day.

There were days when no movies were eligible for “Blog Ten year challenge (2009-2019)” because all the songs covered on that day ten years ago had been YIPPEED by now.

I also noticed that those days in 2009 saw as many as six or seven songs being covered daily. That is in such sharp contrast to the present scene in 2019 where we are barely averaging one song daily thus finally living up to the blog name of “song a day”. 🙂

It basically tells us that a lot of things change in ten years. I was ten years younger in 2009. The blog too was just a few months old and I had a kind of passion and motivation for the blog that I now find impossible to summon for myself.

In one’s younger days, one is not as much in control of one’s life (professional as well as personal) as one becomes later in life. With time, one rises up the ladder in profession life. Simultaneously, ones kids also grow up.

In short, one feels far less in control of one’s life in one’s younger days. Still, that is compensated by youthful energy, passion and motivation. With time, one gains control of one’s life but begins to lose on the gifts of youthful energy, passion and motivation. 🙂

Despite being less in control of my life, I still had time and energy for online activities (which was something new those days). After spending nearly four years in various cricket forums (2004-2008), I began to try my hand in blogging in 2008. This blog was my second blog. My first blog was also related to HFM and associated topics and the articles in that blog were quite exhaustive and time consuming to write. If that blog was like test match, then this song blog was like ODI. 🙂 Much easier and less time consuming. 🙂

Just like ODI is more popular than test cricket, the song blog became popular whereas the other original blog fell by the way side. I posted fifty articles in that blog and then totally stopped updating that. That blog is now lying neglected, with the last post appearing nearly ten years ago in august 2009.

I found posting in the song blog a breeze, that is why I was able to cover six to seven songs everyday in the blog.

That was then ! Today, ten years later, even posting one song a day seems like too much work. Curiously, I had far more workload on me in professional and personal fronts ten years ago. Today I am almost in full control on both fronts. Still my present blog post productivity has taken a major hit. 🙂

There are reasons for that, of course. One reason could be that I posted with an uncluttered mind, like how Sehwag used to bat with an uncluttered mind. In fact, I recall Raja commenting those days that the blog centuries were coming at Sehwag like rate (viz in 14 to 15 days). 🙂

Another cricket concept that we have in the blog is dot day, like how there are dot balls in cricket. The blog more or less lived upto its aim of posting songs everyday come rain or shine, festivals or holidays. But still there are unavaoidable circumstances due to which there have been no posts on certain days. We call those days as dot days for the blog.

When I look at the dot days in the blog, I find that the year 2008 (when this blog began), there were three dot days, viz. 22 sep, 23 sep and 25 september. 2009, the first full year for the blog had as many as 25 dot days. Year 2010 saw a whopping 61 dot days. Year 2011 had 36 dot days.

Situation “improved” in 2012 with only 5 dot days whereas 2013 saw 7 dot days.

Next three years were bad. 2014 had 27, 2015 had 22 and 2016 had 22 dot days.

Amazingly, 2017 was a year with ZERO dot days. So there was a post every day in the year 2017. What an achievement for the blog that year, though I was not aware of it till a few days back.

2018 saw 7 dot days.

So far every day of 2019 has seen at least one post in the blog.

So overall there have been 215 dot days out of 3877 days that the blog has been in existence.

I mentioned above that 2009 had 25 dot days. The first dot day of 2009 was this day ten years ago, viz 28 february 2009.

Now, I would not like today to be a day without posts as part of my ten year challenge. 🙂 It only means that today is a day when blog ten year challenge cannot take place. 🙂

Today 28 february 2019 is the last day of the month. It is the day of clearing hisaab, viz that of milkman etc. It is also the day when many people whose birthday falls in the month superannuate if it was their 60th birthday.

It is a good time for the blog to notch another century, viz century number 149, in other words song post number 14900. This century has taken a glacial 72 days to arrive. The century must have been slow , but looking at the bright side, there was no dot day during these 72 days. 🙂

The song that I have chosen for the occasion is from “Shyam Tere Kitne Naam”(1977). This movie was produced by Vinod Kumar and A Narang and directed by Shantilal Soni. The movie had Sachin, Sarika, Meena T, Manhar Desai, Bharat Bhooshan, Shyama, Jalal Agha, Sunder etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Two songs have been covered in the blog.

The song under discussion is sung by Hemlata. Anjaan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ravindra Jain.

The song is picturised on Sarika and Sachin, who were a hit jodi of low budget movies in 1970s (mostly produced by Rajshree Productions).

This song marks the birth anniversary of Ravindra Jain (28 february 1944-9 October 2015). This song also happens to be the 100th song of Ravindra Jain in the blog as a music director. So Ravindra Jain becomes the latest centurion in the blog. He is the 36th music director and the 87th artist overall to have one hundred (or above) of his songs showcased in the blog.

As always, I thank one and all for their continuous support and encouragement which keeps fuelling the blog which in turn continues to chug on and on relentlessly in its musical journey.


Song-Aaj tak jo kaha tumne kaha (Shyaam Tere Kitne Naam)(1977) Singer-Hemlata, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Ravindra Jain

Lyrics

hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
ho ho
ho ho
aaa aaa
hmm hmm

aaj tak jo kaha tumne kaha
aaj tak jo suna maine suna
aaj tak jo kaha tumne kaha
aaj tak jo suna maine suna
mere man ki lagi man mein rahi
ab saajna aa aa
main boloongi
main boloongi main boloongi
aaj tak jo kaha tumne kaha
aaj tak jo suna maine suna

dabe dabe bol mere geet ke
ho meri dhadkan se hotho pe aa gaye
piya mera jiya tum jeet ke
ho mere jeewan pe suraj se chha gaye
lagne lagi duniya nayi
lagne lagi duniya nayi
tumhi tumhi tumhi
meri ankhiyon ko bha gaye
aaj tak jo kaha tumne kaha
aaj tak jo suna maine suna
mere man ki lagi
man mein rahi
ab sajna aa aa aa
main boloongi main boloongi main boloongi
aaj tak jo kaha tumne kaha
aaj tak jo suna maine suna

bujhe bujhe deep jale saanwre
ho naye sukh jaage
dukh saare so gaye
mili naye sapnon ki chaaaw re
mere din kitne rangeen ho gaye
aansu bhare wo pal mere
aansu bhare wo pal mere
yahin kahin yahin kahin
abhi abhi kho gaye
aaj tak jo kaha tumne kaha
aaj tak jo suna maine suna
mere man ki lagi man mein rahi
manmohana aa aa aa
main boloongi
mai boloongi mai boloongi
aaj tak jo kaha tune kaha
aaj tak jo suna maine suna

bandhi bandhi nadi meri preet ki
ho dekho chal di kinaare tod ke
baanh mili man chaahe meet ki
ho tere rang rangi jag saara chhod ke
tumse mili to jee uthhi
tumse mili to jee uthhi
nahin nahin jaana nahin
kabhi mukh mod ke
aaj tak jo kaha tumne kaha
aaj tak jo suna maine suna
mere man ki lagi man mein rahi
ab saajna aa aa aa
main boloongi
main boloongi main boloongi

main boloongi
main boloongi main boloongi
aaj tak jo kaha tumne kaha
aaj tak jo suna maine suna


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