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Blog Day :

5185 Post No. : 17163 Movie Count :

4623

Hullo Atuldom

28th September is the date which is deeply etched in the minds of followers of Hindi Film music. It is the birthdate of the LATA MANGESHKAR. She had a great fan following even among celebrities and in all corners of the earth.

There are pages & pages written about this legend. Every song that she has ever sung has some significance to the listener. Talk to any layman and they will have their own personal playlist featuring songs of this “nightingale”. Invariably the list will have a bhajan, aarathi at the top of the list that will be followed by songs in all moods possible.

Whatever one writes may be a repeat of what has already been written and/or said. Hence I am getting straight to a song. My quest for a song featuring S P Balasubramaniyam and Lata Mangeshkar gave me all the expected results- meaning songs featuring Salman Khan, Jeetendra etc. as also songs from some popular Rajshree Production films. Among all those results I spied a long-forgotten song which featured Rakesh Roshan and Rati Agnihotri. We shall listen to that song today .

The song is from the 1981 released, Rajashekhar directed “Jeene Ki Aarzoo”. It was produced by M. Kumaran, Balasubramanian M. and M. Saravan. That means the production house was AVM Studios of Madras. It was the last Hindi film of the production house, the first one being “Bahar” in 1951 that introduced the Hindi film audiences to a dancing actress Vyjayanthimala.

The music director for “Jeene Ki Aarzoo” was Bappi Lahiri and Anjaan the lyricist. The four songs of the film were sung by Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle and S P Balasubramaniyam. Mithun Chakravarthy, Bindiya Goswami, Rakesh Roshan, Rati Agnihotri, Keshto Mukherjee, Rajendranath, Jagdeep, Sujit Kumar, Manmohan Krishna, formed the main cast.

The film was a remake of the director’s own Kannada original “Hunnimeya Rathriyalli” (1980) I have no clue about the plot of the movie but only recall that there was a song featuring Rati in a village belle outfit where she sang about ‘raw mangoes’. Reviews about the movie on online websites say that Mithun Chakravarthy had given a sensational performance and that Rakesh Roshan was good. The reviewer also says that even if the movie itself was not mind-blowing; it was a different kind of film in times when movies were mostly full of ‘Maar-Dhaad’.

Getting on to the song, thinking of Balu sir (whose anniversary was on 25th -two years already!!) and Lata Didi.


Song-Gup chup chori chori gori kare dil chori (Jeene Ki Aarzoo)(1981) Singers-Lata Mangeshkar, S P Balasubrahmaniam, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Bappi Lahiri
Both

Lyrics

oo ho o o
laa laalaa laa
laa laalaa
lala lalaa la laa
laa laalaa laa
laa laalaa
lala lalaa la laa

gup chup chori chori
gori kare dil chori
dil ko churaake chhup jaaye re
arre haye re
haan
gup chup chori chori
gori kare dil chori
dil ko churaake chhup jaaye re
arre haaye re
din ko sataaye mujhe
raaton ko jagaaye mujhe
aise roothhe maane na manaaye re
arre haye re

roz banaaye jhootha bahaana
tu kahaan jaane re
dil ka lagaana
gup chup chori chori
gori kare dil chori
dil ko churaake chhup jaaye re
arre haaye re

baadal mein
bijli hai
phoolon mein
khushboo hai
khushboo hai
baadal mein

bijli hai
phoolon mein
khushboo hai
waise hi mere dil mein tu u u
phoolon pe
titli hai
kaliyon pe
bhanwra hai
aisa hi hai harjaayi tu u u
main hoon deewaana
arre ja ja ja
tera parwaana
arre na na
arre na na
na na na na
badi badi baatein karen
meethi meethi ghaatein karen
batiyon se dil bharmaaye re
arre haye re
din ko sataaye mujhe
raaton ko jagaaye mujhe
aise roothhe maane na manaaye re
arre haye re

laa laa aa aa aa
laa laa aa aa aa

woh sapne
kyun toote
woh saathhi
kyun roothhe
kyun roothhe
woh sapne
kyun toote
woh saathi
kyun roothe
jaane bewafa jaane tu u
woh kasmein
jhoothi thhin
wo waade
jhoothe thhe
jhootha mujhe kyun maane tu u
main tera hoon

arre ja ja ja
tu meri hai
arre na na
arre na na
na na na na
sajke rijhaaye mujhe
hanske jalaaye mujhe
tadpaaye haath na aaye re
arre haaye re

gup chup chori chori
koyi kare dil chori
kaise kaise rang dikhaaye re
arre haaye re
roz banaaye jhoothha bahaana
tu kahaan jaane re
dil ka lagaana
gup chup

chori chori
koyi kare
dil chori
kaise kaise rang dikhaaye re
arre haye re

la laalaa laa
laa laalaa
lala lalaa la laa
la laalaa laa
laa laalaa

lala lalaa la laa
la laalaa laa
laa laalaalaa
lala lalaa la laa
laa laalaalaa
lala lalaa la laa


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Blog Day :

5160 Post No. : 17124

Hullo Atuldom

A special birthday. A landmark birthday. Don’t know what it is called in other parts of the country or world; but I know it as ‘Saptadi‘ meaning 70th birthday. And this post is to wish the concerned celebrity-entertainer who is an all rounder as far as emoting is concerned. He can be a repentant son (as in ‘Jaisi Karni Waisi Bharni’ (1989)), cute and lovable father (as in ‘Jis Desh Mein Ganga Rehta Hai’ (2000)), mean police officer (remember Inspector Laxman Bhide of ‘Insaaf’ (1987)) and the most lovable characters of Nandu to Raja Babu & Crime-Master Go-Go. These are just a few of the varied roles he has enacted in his 47 years in the film industry. I am sure the readers would have guessed that today is the 70th birth date of Shakti Kapoor.

Shakti Kapoor (birth name Sunil Sikanderlal Kapoor) is married to Shivangi Kolhapure which makes him jija of Padmini Kolhapure and Tejaswini (both are actors). He is father to Shraddha Kapoor (she made her Bollywood debut in 2010) and Siddhanth Kapoor (he debuted in 2013 as an actor prior to which he was assistant to director Priyadarshan). As we can see Shakti Kapoor has passed on his passion of acting to his children too. He is an actor who is fairly good at dancing. He made a great team with Kader Khan and Asrani in the films of the 80s and 90s. For the amount of time that he has been in the public sphere there will be many of his roles, scenes, even songs filmed on him that trigger memories.

Today’s song is one such song-dance sequence which I have dug out from memory. It is from the 1987 film ‘Dance Dance’, produced and directed by B Subhash. It hads Shakti Kapoor playing friend and troupe member with upcoming singers/siblings that Mithun and Smita Patil played. He falls in love with the sister (Smita Patil) and also marries her.

The plot has Resham (Shatki Kapoor) going a little wayward after the marriage viz. having extra-marital affairs, ill-treating the pregnant wife etc. Smita Patil dies and towards the climax, Resham reforms and saves Mithun from being shot by Amrish Puri & dies.

‘Dance Dance’ had songs that were essentially dance numbers (what else, the title is a giveaway) written by Anjaan and composed by Bappi Lahiri who was also the playback singer along with Vijay Benedict and Alisha Chinai. The blog already has the song “Everybody Dance With Pa Pa Pa” from this film.

With this song we also remember Lalji Pandey who passed away this date in 1997. He started his journey in Bollywood in 1953, wrote a lot of good songs through the 60s till the 90s. Many of the songs he wrote are still popular viz. “Bina Badraa Ke Bijuriya Kaise Chamke“; “Aapke Haseen Rukh Pe Aaj Naya Noor Hai“; “Aap Ki Inaayaten Aapke Karam“; “Luk Chhip Luk Chhip Jaao Na“; “Jis Ka Koi Nahin Uska To Khuda Hai Yaaro“. If I mention “Jis Ka Mujhe Tha Intezaar” and “Khaike Paan Banaras Waala” the readers will realize that Lalji Pandey is famous as Anjaan.

He was a lyricist who worked with composers from Datta Dawjekar to OP Nayyar, RD Burman, Laxmi-Pyare, Anu Malik, Chitragupta, and all music directors of his time

Wishing Crime-Master Go-Go a very Happy Birthday and thank you Anjaan ji for this song.


Song-Super dancer aaye hain aaye hain (Dance Dance)(1987) Singers-Bappi Lahiri, Alisha Chinai, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Bappi Lahiri
Chorus

Lyrics

super dancer
aaye hain aaye hain
super dancer
naachenge naachenge
super dancer
gaayenge gaayenge
super
dancer
super
dancer

super dancer
aaye hain aaye hain
super dancer
naachenge naachenge
super dancer
gaayenge gaayenge
super
dancer
super
dancer

ye dance yaaron
aisi kala hai
jo har kala se juda hai
dil mein khushi ka jab josh aaye
ye tan badan jhoomta hai
naachoon
aise
tujhpe zamaana fida ho
hey hey
ke josh ye hausla ho
tera sada
hey
har dil deewaana tera ho

ho ho
saare jahaan se juda ho
teri ada
hey
super dancer

aaye hain aaye hain
super dancer
naachenge naachenge
super dancer
gaayenge gaayenge
super
dancer
super
dancer

dance
jo karte yahaan hain
wo dil
rehte jawaan hain
hain hain hain hain
dance yahaan bachchon ke
dilon ko bhi jawaan karta hai

badon ke dilon mein naya josh naya rang
bharta hai
ho o
dance
come on
please dance
yeah
dance
hey hey
dance
masti ke dhun pe hum naachen
aise har dil mein halchal machaayen
jab tak hamaari
saansen chalen
ye
wo pyaar ke geet gaayen
naachoon
aise
dil na jise bhool paaye
aaha
naachoon aise dil na jise bhool paaye
aha
ek din wahi geet gaaye
saara jahaan
hey ae
humko jo khud pe yaqeen hai

aha
kuch bhi to muskil nahin hai
phir yahaan

super dancer
aaye hain aaye hain
super dancer
nachenge nachenge
super dancer
gayenge gayenge
super
dancer
super
dancer

super dancer
super dancer
super dancer
super dancer

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir Kapur)
————————————————

सुपर डांसर
आए हैं आए हैं
सुपर डांसर
नाचेंगे नाचेंगे
सुपर डांसर
गाएँगे गायेंगे
सुपर
डांसर
सुपर
डांसर
सुपर डांसर
आए हैं आए हैं
सुपर डांसर
नाचेंगे नाचेंगे
सुपर डांसर
गाएँगे गायेंगे
सुपर
डांसर
सुपर
डांसर

ये डांस यारो
ऐसी कला है
जो हर कला से जुदा है
दिल में खुशी का जब जोश आए
ये तन बदन झूमता है
नाचूँ
ऐसे
तुझपे ज़माना फिदा हो
हे हे
के जोश ये हौसला हो
तेरा सदा
हे
हर दिल तेरा दीवाना हो
हो हो
सारे जहां से जुदा हो
तेरी अदा
हे
सुपर डांसर
आए हैं आए हैं
सुपर डांसर
नाचेंगे नाचेंगे
सुपर डांसर
गाएँगे गायेंगे
सुपर
डांसर
सुपर
डांसर

डांस जो करते यहाँ हैं
वो दिल रहते जवां हैं
हैं हैं हैं हैं
डांस यहाँ बच्चों के भी
दिलों को जवान करता है
बड़ों के दिलों में नया रंग नया जोश
भरता है
हो ओ
डांस
कम ऑन प्लीज डांस
हे हे
डांस
मस्ती की धुन पे हम नाचें
ऐसे हर दिल में हलचल मचाएँ
जब तक हमारी सांसें चलें
ये
वो प्यार के गीत गायें
नाचूँ
ऐसे
दिल ना जिसे भूल पाये
आहा
नाचूँ ऐसे दिल ना जिसे भूल पाये
आहा
एक दिन वही गीत गाये
सारा जहां
हे ए
हमको जो खुद पे यकीन है
आहा
कुछ भी मुश्किल नहीं है
फिर यहाँ
सुपर डांसर
आए हैं आए हैं
सुपर डांसर
नाचेंगे नाचेंगे
सुपर डांसर
गाएँगे गायेंगे
सुपर
डांसर
सुपर
डांसर

सुपर डांसर
सुपर डांसर
सुपर डांसर
सुपर डांसर


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Blog Day :

5157 Post No. : 17120

“Shyam Tere Kitne Naam”(1977) was produced by Vinod Kumar and directed by Shantilal Soni for HEM Productions, Bombay. The movie had Sachin, Sarika, Devendra, Ashoo, Nana Palshikar, Bharat Bhooshan, Shyama, Manhar Desai, Jalal Agha, Meena T., Mahipal Bhandary, Sundar etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Three songs have been covered so far.

Here is the fourth song from “Shyam Tere Kitne Naam”(1977) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Jaspal Singh. Anjaan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ravindra Jain.

The song is picturised on Sachin and Sarika.

Lyrics of the song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

audio link:

video link:

Song-Saathi re saathi re kabhi apna saath na chhootey (Shyam Tere Kitne Naam)(1977) singer-Jaspal Singh, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Ravindra Jain

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

saathi rey ae aey ae
saathi rey aey ae ae
saathi rey ae aey ae
saathi rey aey ae
kabhi apnaa aa saath na chhootey aey ae ae
kabhi apnaa saath na chhootey ae
duniyaa aa roothey qismat roothey ae
duniyaa aa roothey qismat roothey
par mann kaa meet na roothey ae
par mann kaa aa meet na roothey ae
saathi rey ae aey ae
saathi rey aey ae aey ae
saathi rey ae aey ae
saathi rey aey ae aey ae ae

tod ke jag kee saari rasmein aen
pyaar ki qasam nibhaa aa aa
pyaar mein tere ae is duniyaa ko o
maine diyaa aa hai bhulaa aa aa
mann se mann kaa aa aa bandhan sachchaa
mann se mann kaa bandhan sachchaa
baaqi bandhan jhoothey
kabhi apnaa saath na chhootey aey ae
kabhi apnaa saath na chhootey ae
saathi rey ae aey ae
saathi rey aey ae ae
saathi rey ae aey ae aey
saathi rey aey ae ae aey ae

Shyaam pukaarey ae
aaye na Raadhaa aa
ye to kabhi na huaa aa
deepak se lau
phool se khsuhboo oo
bichhdegi kaisey bhalaa aaa aa
sooraj din se aey ae ae
raat se chandaa aa aa
sooraj din se raat se chandaa
kaun luteraa lootey
kabhi apnaa aa saath na chhootey ae
kabhi apnaa aa saath na chhootey ae
duniyaa aa roothey
qismat roothey
duniyaa aa roothey
qismat roothey
par mann kaa meet na roothhey aey ae
par mann kaa aa meet na roothhey ae
saathi rey ae aey ae
saathi rey aey ae ae
saathi rey ae aey ae
saathi rey aey ae
saathi rey ae aey ae
saathi rey aey ae


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The blog completes 14 years of its existence today (19 july 2008-19 july 2022).

Blog Day :

5114 Post No. : 17061

19 July is a special day for the blog. It was on this day in 2008 that the blog went online with its first post, namely Mile na phool to kaanton se dosti kar li . That was the only post of the day, befitting the name of the blog “Atul Song A Day”. Discussing one song daily was the original idea and the blog stuck to it for 40 days. after that, the blog began to cover more than one song daily. It became “Atul Many Songs A Day”. On some occasions, as many as 12 and even 13 songs were covered in one day. Some exasperated subscribers of the blog complained that they were song lovers, but not that hardcore song lovers that they could handle one song notification in their e mail almost every hour of the day. 🙂

Acronym of the Blog name is ASAD. Depending on the places where I was based during the last 14 years, the blog could be described as ASAD Jabalpuri, ASAD Nagpuri, ASAD Bilaspuri, Asad Barelvi (or ASAD Izatnagri) and ASAD Gorakhpuri. These do not sound right-do I hear some people say that ? Now the blog is finally ASAD Bhopali. 🙂 That sounds right. 🙂 After being posted in different places in different parts of India, I retired from service last june and settled at Bhopal. So the blog from now onwards is likely to be permanently ASAD Bhopali. 🙂

ASAD by the way stands for “Lion” in Arabic. Mind you, Lion, not Tiger. Another set of “Lion” are in news these days namely the lions of Sarnath. 🙂

19 July 2008 was a saturday and unknowingly, it was on this day that the month of Saawan began. That was quite befitting and fortuitous, seeing that “Saawan” is musicaly a very important season for Hindi movie songs. This season has inspired a very large number of songs in Hindi movies.

The blog, after being a song a day blog for the first 40 days of its existence began to cover lots and lots of songs, touching its pinnacle in 2012 when 2071 songs were covered at an average of 5.66 songs every day. But we have seen decline in blog strike rate since then. Only 547 song posts appeared in 2019, at an average of just 1.5 songs a day.

Posts appear in the blog almost every day, almost without fail. Today (19 July 2018) is the 5114th day for the blog. 223 out of these 5114 days (4.3%) have been DOT days (viz days when no posts appeared). The last DOT day for the blog was on 25 december 2019 (4177th day of the blog). So the blog is at present seing a long unbroken streak of 937 days when at least one song is being covered in the blog everyday.

Consistency of effort has seen the blog clock its 17000th song recently (on 12 June 2022). With time, the blog has added new dimensions to it. From a one man show,  it became an online collaboration of limkeminded music lovers coming from various parts of the country,  and some coming from abroad as well. It is very heartening to note that our core group of contributors reflect the unity in diversity that India reprsents. And quite remarkably, the two genders are represented almost equally.

The blog has become a very important part in the lives of many in ways that we are often unaware. For instance, there was this heartwarming post by a lady who mentioned that she played the song Jyoti kalash chhalke(Bhaabhi ki choodiyaan)(1961) every morning for herself as well as her young granddaughter. On several occasions, we have had comments from people who discovered some songs in the blog many decades after they had last heard the song. We also had comments in the blog from relatives of artists who have contributed in the fields of HFM. Our regulars too have had relatives who had contributed in this field.

The blog has helped us connect with each other online as well as offline. Regulars of this blog have had many get togethers as well as one on one meetings over the years. Personally I had the good fortune to meet a few of our regulars. These meetings were extremely memorable experiences that I cherish to this date. Some of these meetings have been covered in articles appearing in the blog. Other regulars have done the same.

In the articles that we have written, we have covered lots and lots of topics,  some of them not even related to music, but they are topics of common interest to most of us. For instance, we have discussed economy, sports, unsung heroes of India, pets, history, geography etc in the blog.

We can go on and on, but let us stop here and get back to our “main” issue of interest, namely music. On this happy occasion, when the blog has completed 14 years, we already had some upbeat songs in the blog. The song under discussion is one that is bound to cheer the audience up even more.

This song is from “Yaaraana”(1981). “Yaaraana”(1981) was produced by H A Nadiadwala and directed by Rakesh Kumar. The movie had Amitabh Bachchan, Neetu Singh, Tanuja, Amjad Khan, Kader Khan, Aruna Irani, Jeevan, Ranjeet, Bharat Bhushan, Viju Khote, Lalita Pawar, Ram Sethi etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it (including two multiple version songs). Six of these songs (including two multiple version songs) have been covered so far.

Here is this song from “Yaaraana”(1981). This song is sung by Kishore Kumar and chorus. Anjaan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Rajesh Roshan.

This song is a stage dance song, a Disco dance song in fact, that was the flavour of those days. This is one of few songs from that era, which has stood the test of time and continues to remain popular to this day.

As part of Blog celebration, here is this great song from “Yaaraana”(1981) that is guaranteed to make the day of the music lovers.

I take this opportunity to thank one and all whose continued support and encouragement is the perpetual source of energy that is driving this musical bandwagon on and on. Hoping to reach many more musical destinations and milestones in the times to come.


Song-Hey saara zamaana haseenon ka deewaana (Yaaraana)(1981) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Rajesh Roshan

Lyrics

Hey

hey ae ae

hey ae ae
saara zamaana
saara zamaana
haseenon kaa deevaana
hasino kaa deevaana
zamaana kahe phir kyun
zamaana kahe phir kyun
bura hai dil lagaana
bura hai dil lagaana
hey saara zamaana
saara zamaana
haseenon kaa deevaana
haseenon kaa deewaana
zamaana kahe phir kyun
zamaana kahe phir kyun
bura hai dil lagaana
bura hai dil lagaana
hey saara zamaana
hey ae ae

yeh kaun keh raha hai
tu aaj pyaar kar le
jo kabhi bhi khatm naa ho
woh aitbaar kar le
yeh kaun keh raha hai
tu aaj pyaar kar le
jo kabhi bhi khatm naa ho
woh aitbaar kar le

maan le maan le meri baat
aaa
saara zamaana
saara zamaana
haseenon kaa deevaana
haseenon kaa deevaana
zamaana kahe phir kyun
zamaana kahe phir kyun
bura hai dil lagaana
bura hai dil lagaana
hey saara zamaana

aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa

jab husn hi nahin toh
duniya mein kya kashish hai
dil dil vahi hai jismein
kahin pyaar ki khalish hai
jab husn hi nahin toh
duniya mein kya kashish hai
dil dil vahi hai jismein
kahin pyaar ki khalish hai

maan le maan le meri baat
meri baat
hey saara zamaana
saara zamaana
haseenon kaa deevaana
haseenon kaa deevaana
zamaana kahe phir kyun
zamaana kahe phir kyun
bura hai dil lagaana
bura hai dil lagaana
hey saara zamaana
saara zamaana
haseenon kaa deevaana
zamaana kahe phir kyun
zamaana kahe phir kyun
bura hai dil lagaana
la la la la la
la la la la la
la la la la la
la la la la la
saara zamaana aa aa aa


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

5113 Post No. : 17056

Rajesh Khanna – The Phenomenon – 11
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Today 18th July 2022 is the ‘tenth remembrance’ anniversary of the only ‘Superstar’ of Indian cinema ‘Rajesh Khanna’.

He was born on 29th December’1942 and he passed away on 18th July’2012.

I was supposed to send a detailed post with a song from Rajesh Khanna movies of ‘1983’. However in this ‘episode’ I am presenting a song from a Rajesh Khanna movie of 1984, as we move further to Rajesh Khanna filmography year wise from the last post.

I will come back to my earlier planned posts in this series later in future posts.

The year ‘1984’ saw as many as nine Kaka movies released during it. The list of these nine movies is as given below.

SNo Movie Title Director Passed by Censor Board
01 Aaj Kaa M.L.A. Raam Avtaar Dasari Narayana Rao 21.01.1984
02 Aashaa Jyoti Dasari Narayana Rao 16.04.1984
03 Aawaaz Shakti Samanta 27.10.1984
04 Dharam Aur Qaanoon Joshi 03.08.1984
05 Durgaa *(a very special appearance) Shibu Mitra 07.04.1984
06 Hum Dono B.S. Glaad 21.12.1984
07 Maqsad K. Bapaiah 30.04.1984
08 Naya Kadam K. Raghvendra Rao 15.09.1984
09 Paapi Pet Ka Sawaal Hai Sohanlal Kanwar 19.04.1984

I am presenting a song from the movie ‘Asha Jyoti’.

“Aashaa Jyoti” was directed by Dasari Narayana Rao for ‘Keycey Films International, Madras’. It was produced by Kowayi Chezhiyan.

It had Rajesh Khanna, Rekha, Reena Roy, Madan Puri, Asrani, Om Shivpuri, Deena Pathak, Asha Lata, Roohi, Smriti Wariyar, Roopesh Kumar, Madhukar and others.

Story and screenplay of this movie was written by Dasari Narayana Rao. Dialogues of this movie were written by Raj Baldevraj.

Editing of this movie was done by B Krishna Raju.

‘Asha Jyoti’ or ‘Aashaa Jyoti’ had five songs in it.

All these five songs in this movie were written by Anjaan and music was composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal.

I had watched this movie in the year of its released. I remember I had liked this movie very much. This movie was a remake of Telugu movie ‘Srivari Muchatlu (1981).
The story of this movie has been discussed with the song ‘aayi pehli milan ki wo raat’, which was posted on the blog on 10.10.2019 presented by Peevesie’s Mom ji.
Interested reader can read about the story of this movie in this post.

I liked this movie because the role that Rajesh Khanna played suited him and the role had many shades of ‘emotions’ which was Kaka’s forte. The role also suited his characteristic mannerisms which he excelled in.

The movie had good music too which was composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal.

However, the movie was not much successful at box-office, though its reviews were all good.

I had earlier shared a song ‘neele ambar ke do naina’ which I like very much. Today’s song is another song from this movie which I like. It is picturised on Rajesh Khanna and Reena Roy.

“Asha Jyoti” was released in 1984. So that is almost thirty-eight years back.
If we go back ten years further to the year ‘1974’ that is around forty-eight years back from now. Following movies of Rajesh Khanna were released in that year i.e., ‘1974’.

(Rajesh Khanna movies – 1974)

SNo Movie Title Director Passed by Censor Board
01 Aap Ki Kasam J. Om Prakash 17.04.1974
02 Ajnabi Shakti Samanta 18.09.1974
03 Humshakal Jamboo 19.04.1974
04 Prem Nagar K.S. Prakash Rao 15.05.1974
05 Roti Manmohan Desai 11.10.1974

Let us now come back to today’s song which is sung by Kishore Kumar and Anuradha Paudwal. Rajesh Khanna and Reena Roy lip-sync the song.

Lyrics are penned by Anjaan. Music is composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal.

Let us enjoy today’s song and pay our tributes to Rajesh Khanna.

Video

Audio

Song-Teri paayal ki jhankaar (Asha Jyoti)(1984) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Anuradha Paudwal, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
Chorus

Lyrics

Teri paayal ki jhankaar
ho ho ho ho o
teri paayal ki jhankaar
chhed gayi aise man ke taar
ke ham to lut gaye ae
ho o
ke ham to lut gaye ae
ke ham to lut gaye ae ae
kasam se mit gaye
ho o o o
teri paayal ki jhankaar
chhed gayi aise man ke taar
ke ham to lut gaye ae
ho o
ke ham to lut gaye ae
ke ham to lut gaye ae ae
kasam se mit gaye
ho o o o
teri paayal ki jhankaar

chhum chhum chhana nan
chhum chhum chhana nan
chhum chhanan chhanan
chhum chhum chhana nan
ghunghroo chhanke jab
chham chham
meri saans saans gaaye
sargam
chaley man mein jyot maddham
maddham
koyi aur nahin
koyi aur nahin
hai preet meri mera preetam
chhum chhum chhana nan
chhum chhum chhana nan
chhum chhanan chhanan
chhum chhum chhana nan

(sargam by chorus )

jab se dekha tera roop haseen een
kuchh tere siwaa ab yaad nahin
ho kuchh tere siwaa ab yaad nahin
teri nazar gayi aise dil chhoo oo oo
main dekhoon jidhar bas tu hi tu
ho main dekhoon jidhar bas tu hi tu oo
mud ke dekha meri ore
mud ke dekha meri ore
uthhaa man se kuchh aisaa shor
ke ham to lut gaye ae ae
ho o
ke ham to lut gaye
ke ham to lut gaye
ae ae ae
kasam se mit gaye
ho ho o o teri paayal ki jhankaar

chitchor chor mere man chor
dekhe aise aise
dekhe meri oar
utthhe man mein shor
utthhe man mein shor
jaane kaisa shor
jaley ang ang
jaane kya tarang
uthhe kya umang
main to udti jaaun
main to udti jaaun
phir pawan sang
baadal ke paar
aa aa aa aa aa
kya yahi hai pyaar

tu chaley to dharti gagan chaley ae ae
tere saath ye saara chaman chaley
ho tere saath ye saara chaman chaley
tu jhoomke le jab angdaayee ee ee
gaati hai taraane tanhaayee
o gaati hai taraane tanhaayee ee
tera dhoop chhaaon sa roop
tera dhoop chhaaon sa roop
ghataa se jaise chhanti dhoop
ke ham to lut gaye ae ae
ho o o ke ham to lut gaye
ae ae ae
ke ham to lut gaye
kasam se mit gaye
ho ho o o teri paayal ki jhankaar
chhed gayi aise man ke taar
ke ham to lut gaye ae
ho o
ke ham to lut gaye ae
ke ham to lut gaye ae ae
kasam se mit gaye ae ae ae
ho o o o
teri paayal ki jhankaar


This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. 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 :

5108 Post No. : 17050 Movie Count :

4611

Hullo Atuldom

13th July is the birthdate of writer, producer, director Prakash Mehra. He would have been 83. He began his career in the late 1950s as assistant director and production controller etc. before turning director with “Haseena Maan Jayegi” in 1968 which had Babita and Shashi Kapoor in the lead. More films followed many of which were successful and super-successful, as the film industry would say “Silver Jubilees”.

One such movie was “Zanjeer” which helped Amitabh Bachchan get his foot into Bollywood. “Zanjeer” was, possibly, the first film, that brought Pran and Amitabh Bachchan together. It is said that on the heals of a successful “Samadhi” Mehra wanted to make his next with Dharmendra in the lead. But Dharmendra had to opt out due to date constraints. After knocking at the doors of all the big stars of that era Mehra went to see “Bombay To Goa” as per Pran sahab’s (as Mehra and the industry addressed Pran) suggestion; there are some who say it was Salim-Javed who made the suggestion. But whoever the trigger, ‘Talent met Talent’ (as per what Prakash Mehra used to say) – “Zanjeer” happened and an actor’s fate was sealed forever. The duo of Mehra- Bachchan went on to associate in six more ventures the last of which was “Jaadugar”in 1989.

In the remaining 16 movies that Mehra is credited as director (he is credited as director in 22 films) Dharmendra, Raaj Kumar, Shashi Kapoor, Feroz Khan, Sanjay Khan, Vinod Khanna, Randhir Kapoor, Anil Kapoor, Shatrughan Sinha, Navin Nischol, Vinod Mehra & Raaj Kumar’s son Puru were the male leads and Babita, Jaya Bhadhuri, Rekha, Hema Malini, Reena Roy, Saira Banu, Rakhee, Meenakshi Sheshadri, Tina Munim, Madhuri Dixit, Shabana Azmi were the female leads. That list only has those starring in movies directed by Prakash Mehra and not those that he wrote, presented or produced; if all those were included the list would have been longer.

Today’s song has Tina Munim playing Pran’s daughter (I am guessing from the lyrics of the song) who is out to shame her father for ‘his stand’ as regards her marriage. This is one kind of ‘father-character’ that Pran excelled in; as we can remember him from “Bobby” “Sharabhi” “Khuda Kasam” etc. We can see Akbar Khan (real life brother of Sanjay and Feroz Khan) as one of the party guests. The other party attendees include Birbal, Dinesh Hingoo, Vikas Anand, Brahmachari, and a bunch of chorus dancers.

This Asha Bhonsle song is written by Lalji Pandey who called himself Anjaan in Hindi Films. Bappi Lahiri was the music director of this song which is from the 1987 release “Muqaddar Ka Faisla”. Kadar Khan was the dialogue writer for the movie which had Raaj Kumar, Rakhee, Raj Babbar, Meenakshi Sheshadri, Akbar Khan, Tina Munim, Ranjeet, Bindu, Om Prakash, Satyen Kapoo, Ram Sethi (most of them regulars in any Prakash Mehra film) and Pran. I haven’t seen the film but enroute to writing this post I saw some of the movie’s songs; it looks like a typical masala film.

Remembering Prakash Mehra today on his birth anniversary and Pran Sahab on his death anniversary (which was on 12th).

As I was writing this post, I also found that Akbar Khan turned 72 last week on 7th. Wishing Akbar Khan (belatedly) for his birthday with good health and good times.


Song-Haay paisa haay haay paisa (Muqaddar Ka Faislaa)(1987) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Bappi Lahiri
Chorus

Lyrics

sau sau ke noton ki roti bana ke
sabji mein heeron ka tadka aa laga ke
shriman ji
aap khaate hain
yakeen maaniye
bade shauk se
ye khaana
mere baap khaate hain
laalaalaa
lalalalal
laalaalaa
laalaalaalaa
aa aa

arrey haaye paisa
haaye haaye paisa
aa jaaye paisa
na jaaye paisa
humen dar hai
kahin inko
mere pyaaron
na kha jaaye paisa aa aa aa
arey haaye paisa
haaye haaye paisa
aa jaaye paisa
na jaaye paisa
humen dar hai
kahin inko
mere pyaaron
na kha jaaye paisa aa aa
arrey haaye paisa
arre haay paisa paisa

yeah yeah yeah yaa
yeah yeah yeah yaa
yeah yeah yeah yaa
yeah yeah yeah yaa

laalaalaa

jinhen banaaya maalik ne
ma ne unhen insan kaha
in daulat ke bandon ka
paisa hai bhagwaan yahaan
inhe chaahiye bas heera moti sona chaandi
arey jiska badan ho sone ka
baal hon jiske chaandi ke
aankhen jiski heere ki
daant hon jiske moti ke
us pathardil se kar denge beti ki shaadi ee ee
arrey haaye paisa
haaye haaye paisa
arey haye paisa
haye haye paisa
aa jaye paisa na jaye paisa
humen dar hai
kahin inko
mere pyaaron
na kha jaaye paisa aa aaa
arey haye paisa
haay
arre haay paisa
haa haa

meri naani kahti thhi
ek kahaani kahti thhi
paison ka ek lobhi thha
inke jaisa wo bhi thha
daulat ka diwana
koi hoga na waisa
ant samay jis din aaya
yamdooton ne farmaaya
aapko narak me jaana hai
ya ke savrag pahunchana hai
bola bhai chlo jahaan ho
paisa hi paisa
arey haye paisa
haaye haaye paisa
aa jaye paisa
jaaye paisa
na jaye paisa
hume dar hai
kahin inko
mere pyaaron
na kha jaye paisa aa aa
lalalalala
paisa paisa
laalalalala
paisa paisa
paisa paisa paisa paisa paisa paisa paisa paisa hi paisa


This article is written by Peevesie’s Mom, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. 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 :

5085 Post No. : 17009 Movie Count :

4607

Hullo Atuldom

3rd Sunday of June is celebrated as Father’s Day and yesterday (19th June) was Father’s Day this year. The day is meant to honor Fatherhood and Paternal Bonds as well as the influence of fathers in society. In the USA, father’s day was founded by Sonora Smart Dodd, and celebrated on the third Sunday of June, for the first time, in 1910. The day is held across the world on various dates and different regions have their own traditions of honoring Fatherhood.

Here I would like to mention that Sonora Smart Dodd was the daughter of American Civil War veteran William Jackson Smart whom she held in very high esteem. Along with her father, she shared the raising of her five siblings, after the death of her mother. While hearing a church sermon about the newly recognized Mother’s Day, Sonora felt strongly that fatherhood needed recognition as well and suggested June 5th (her own fathers’ birthday) as a possible date for father’s day. The Ministerial Alliance of the Spokane County (the county where they lived) chose the third Sunday instead.

That is how Father’s Day came about to be on third Sunday of June and complements similar celebrations honoring family members such as Mother’s Day, Siblings’ Day and Grandparents’ Day.

Today we shall have a Father-Son song and continue with the celebration of Father’s Day here on our blog. We have a song from the film ‘Aamne Saamne’ (1982). The star cast of the film is Mithun Chakravarthy, Bindiya Goswami, Aarti Gupta, Tarun Ghosh, Dinesh Thakur, Leela Mishra, Kamal Kapoor etc. The film was released in January 1982 – 40 years already, wow!!! (Now I realize why I didn’t get to see it in the cinema hall back then. I was in the middle of preparing for my class 10 boards).

‘Aamne Saamne’ (not to be confused with the 1967 film with the same name, starring Sharmila Tagore and Shashi Kapoor, which has already been Yippeee’d on the blog) was produced by Shakti Samanta and directed by his son Ashim Samanta. Madan Joshi was the dialogue writer, KK Shukla wrote the story and screenplay. The songs of this film were written by Anjaan and (our very own) Panchamda was the music director. Kishore Kumar, Amit Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, RD Burman were the playback singers used. I think it is the voice of Vanita Mishra for the young boy in today’s song in duet with Panchamda for Mithun. This song may remind some people of “Papa Ko Mummy Se Pyaar Hai” from film ‘Andaz’ (1971).

The movie had a plot similar to the Rajesh Khanna starrer ‘Sachcha Jhootha’ (1970). Mithun has a double role where the simpleton Gopi from the village is spotted by Johnny, who is a stage-singer by day and a criminal by night. Johnny trains Gopi to take his place on stage so that he has an alibi if caught by the cops – age old formula, I am sure repeated later in ‘Dhoom 3’ (2013). Then there is a tiny angle of a child, who is on the lookout for his father, and has a photo of his parents to help him. Madhu Malhotra is the mother in the photo. This was Ashim Samanta’s debut as director, and Aarti Gupta’s first lead role.

With today’s post we are wishing (rather belatedly) Mithun Chakravarthy on turning 72 on 16th. May he continue to be busy with whatever his heart is after. May we get to see more of him.

The agenda closer to home of this post is to wish the Father of this blog, our very own fearless leader- Atul ji on his birthday today. Last year we had a wonderful post with the song “Main Nikla O Gaddi Le Ke” by Avinash ji on the same date. In that post Avinash ji has called the Blog a ‘gaddi’ which is driven by ‘engine’ Atul ji and all of team members and followers ‘wagons’ of this BANDWAGON. I fully endorse his thoughts.

Thanking Atul ji for taking us along with him on this grand journey of music and knowledge sharing. Thanking him also for giving us this platform and encouraging novices like me into writing out our thoughts. As always, I wish he gets more time with his family, pets, friends, music and the blog.

With this song, ‘Aamne Saamne’ (1982) makes its debut on the blog.

 

Video

Audio

Song – Daddy Tum Auntie Se Pyaar Karte Ho (Aamne Saamne) (1982) Singer – Vanita Misra, RD Burman, Lyrics – Anjaan, MD – RD Burman
Mithun Chakravarty
Bindiya Goswami

Lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)

daddy
tum chup kyon ho

hmm,
nahin to

auntie
tum chup kyon ho

main
nahin to

main sab jaanta hoon

kya jaante ho

daddy
tum auntie se pyaar karte ho

o daddy tum auntie se pyaar karte ho
o daddy tum auntie se pyaar karte ho
lekin mujhse darte ho
chup shaitaan kahin ka

auntie tum daddy se pyaar karti ho
o auntie tum daddy se pyaar karti ho
lekin mujhse darti ho
a a bura mat maan’na
bachcha hai
kehne do na
achcha hai

lallall la
lallall la
la lallall la
lallall la
lallall la
la lallall la

o daddy ki nazar
jhukti nahin
auntie ki nazar
uth’ti nahin
peechhe reh gaya
saara shehar
gaadi ye kahin
rukti nahin

arre
chalo utro
utro neeche

aage tum chalo
main peechhe peechhe
o chori se tum aankhen chaar karte ho
daddy tum auntie se pyaar karte ho

hutt tere ki
jhonka bhi diya
doli nahin
mauka bhi diya
boli nahin
daana to bahut
daala magar
chidiyon ne munh kholi nahin

arre
lo ye choclate
aur chup ho jaao
achcha
tum mujhe rishwat dete ho

o yaani ke
tum iqraar karte ho
o daddy tum auntie se pyaar karte ho

khel khel mein
baat kya hui
aansoo nikle
khoyi hansi
auntie ne mujhe
pappi jo di
mummy ki mujhe
yaad aa gayi
auntie ko daddy meri mummy bana do
mujhse agar tum pyaar karte ho

o daddy tum auntie se pyaar karte ho
lekin mujhse darte ho

ha ha ha ha
ha ha ha ha

lallall la
lallall la
la lallall la

o ho ho ho

lallall la
lallall la
la lallall la
lallall la
lallall la
la lallall la
lallall la
lallall la
la lallall la


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in 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 : 5060 Post No. : 16974 Movie Count : 4599

Pancham’s Music – Eighties (1981-1990) -6 (1986)
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In today’s post we move on to Pancham’s music in 1986.

From this year onwards we can see noticeable drop in number of movies where Pancham Da had composed music. Compared to the seventeen movies in 1984 and eighteen movies in 1985, in 1986 Pancham Da composed music for only seven movies .

Here is the list of those movies.

Sno Movie Title Director Lyricist Date of Censor Certificate Status on the Blog
1 Anokhaa Rishtaa I.V. Sasi Anand Bakshi 27.06.1986 0
2 Ek Main Aur Ek Tu Ravi Tandon Anand Bakshi 15.07.1986 0
3 Jeevaa Raj Sippy Gulzar 19.11.1983 1 song posted
4 Palay Khan Ashim Samanta Anand Bakshi 03.12.1986 0
5 Samundar Rahul Rawail Anand Bakshi 03.09.1986 1 song posted
6 Shatru Pramod Chakravarty Anand Bakshi 24.07.1986 0
7 Zindagaani Prabhat Roy Anjaan, Indeevar 03.07.1986 Being introduced today

For today’s presentation we have a song from the movie ‘Zindagaani-1986’.

“Zindagaani-1986” was directed by Prabhat Roy for ‘Sangam Chitra, Bombay’. It was produced by S. Mazumdar.

It had Rakhi Gulzar, Mithun Chakraborty, Rati Agnihotri, Ranjeet, Amjad Khan, Iftekhar, Seema Deo, Paintal, Manek Irani, Madhu Malini, Alka Nupur, Bhushan Tiwari, Kirti Kumar, Manjushree, and others. Suresh Oberoi makes a special appearance in this movie.

Screenplay and dialogues of this movie were written by Fiaz Salim. Editing of this movie was done by Sudhir Verma.

It was passed by Censor Board on 03.07.1986.

This movie had four songs. They were written by Anjaan (two songs) and Indeevar (two songs).

Music for this movie was composed by R.D. Burman.

Here is the list of songs of this movie:-

SNo Song Title Lyricist Singer
01 Jab se miley ho tum zindagi mein Anjaan Lata Mangeshkar
02 Kab dogi pyaar mujhe kab dogi Indeevar Asha Bhonsle, Suresh Wadkar
03 Tum tum ho to ham bhi hain kam nahin Anjaan Asha Bhonsle, Shailendra Singh
04 Pyaar ka hoon main deewaana Indeevar Kishore Kumar, Annette Pinto

So far none of the songs from this movie have been posted on the blog. Today this movie ‘Zindagaani’ makes its debut on the blog.

Today’s song is sung by Lata Mangeshkar. It is lip-synced by Rakhi Gulzar while Suresh Oberoi is also present in the picturisation of this melodious song.

Let us now listen to today’s song.

Lyrics for today’s song are written by Anjaan and music is composed by R.D. Burman.

Video

Audio

Song-Jab se miley ho tum zindagi mein (Zindagaani)(1986) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics(Based on audio link)

Laa laa
laa laa laa aa laa
laalaa
laalaalaa

jab se miley ho
tum zindagi mein
jab se miley ho
tum zindagi mein
maine ye jaanaa
hai pyaar kya aa aa aa
jab se miley ho
tum zindagi mein
maine ye jaanaa
hai pyaar kya aa aa
jab se miley ho
tum zindagi mein

ye kya huaa aa
jo bhi huaa
kabhi ye to honaa thha
aa
saathi mere
paa ke tujhe
ye dil to khona thha
ye kya huaa aa
jo bhi huaa
kabhi ye to honaa thha
aa
saathi mere
paa ke tujhe
ye dil to khona thha
hona yahi thha
jo ho gaya aa aa
jab se miley ho
tum zindagi mein ae
jab se miley ho
tum zindagi mein

(Dialogues not included)

tu hai jaisaa aa
koyi aisaa aa
pehle milaa hi nahin
binaa tere
zindagi ye
itni kahaan thhi haseen
tu hai jaisaa aa
koyi aisaa aa
pehle milaa hi nahin een
binaa tere
zindagi ye
itni kahaan thhi haseen
ye kya khushi hai ae
ye kya nashaa aa aa
jab se miley ho
tum zindagi mein ae
jab se miley ho
tum zindagi mein

(dialogues not included)

piyaa mere
sang tere
kahin door jaaungi ee
sapnon ki galiyon mein
naya ghar sajaaoongi
piyaa mere
sang tere
kahin door jaaungi
sapnon ki galiyon mein
naya ghar sajaaoongi
toote kahin naa sapnaa mera
aa aa
jab se miley ho
tum zindagi mein ae
jab se miley ho
tum zindagi mein
maine ye jaanaa
hai pyaar kya aa aa aa
jab se miley ho
tum zindagi mein
laa laa laa laa laa
laa laa laa laa
laa laa laa laa laa


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

5015 Post No. : 16921

#The Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # # Kashish -1980#
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Today’s song is from the ‘1980’ movie ‘Kashish’.

I have never heard of this movie until I joined this blog as a lyrics contributor in 2012. During my daily browsing of songs those days, I came across a song from this movie written by none other than Gulzar Saab and I immediately shared that song to Atul ji, and it was posted on 06.03.2013 on the blog. This song was sung by Mohd Rafi and I liked this song very much. However, after that song, no other songs from this movie have been posted so far.

“Kashish (alias ‘The Attraction) – 1980” was directed by Amin Choudhary for ‘Film Art International, Bombay’.

It had Naveen Nishchol, Reena Roy, Vinod Mehra, Chris Macliod, A.K. Hangal, Dr Shreeram Lagoo, Achala Sachdev, Narendra Nath, Sashikala, Patrick Macclo, Johny Whisky, Mitthu Sen, Sheli Desai, Bhim Sen, O.P. Malhotra, Lalit Kohli, Manohar Rathod, Pradeep Kochar, Jo Chiramont, Rin Chin, Michael O’ Brian, Fan Rizo, Mister Batra and others.

Rajni Sharma and Rama Vij appear in special appearance in this movie.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 16.04.1980.

This movie had three songs one written by Gulzar and two written by Anjaan. (However, as per HFGK Vol-V, LP records released for this movie have five soundtracks released including one of dialogues and one of theme music of this movie).

Following is the list of song this movie has.

SNo Song Title Singer/s Lyricist Posted On
01 Kisi aasmaan pe to saahil milega Mohd Rafi Gulzar 06.03.2013
02 Hmm…do pardesi anjaane se Suman Kalyanpur, Kishore Kumar Anjaan Being covered in this post
03 Pardes mein jaa ke tu piyaa pardes piyaa Asha Bhonsle Anjaan

As mentioned above only one song from this movie has been posted earlier on the blog.

Today 11th April’2022 is the seventy-sixth birth anniversary of actor Naveen Nishchol (11 April 1946 – 19 March 2011). Had he been alive he would have turned seventy-five today. He passed away on 19th March’2011 in Mumbai.

Earlier, I had written a post about him on the blog. So I would not like to repeat what I have said earlier in my post. However I would to repeat once again that whenever Hindi Film History of the decade of seventies is discussed his name will always be there. Many of his movies have good music too and many songs from his films brings back memories for people like me who have grown in the years of seventies.

Today we will listen to a song picturized on Naveen Nishchol and Reena Roy from ‘Kashish’. This is a romantic song and I guess it is shot on foreign locations. I hope readers will enjoy this song.

Lyrics for today’s song are by Anjaan and music is composed by Kalyanji-Anandji. This song seems to be a familiar but a lesser heard song.

Let us enjoy the song now …

Video

Song-Do pardesi anjaane se (Kashish)(1980) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

hmm mm mm
laa laa laa aa aa
laa laa laa laa

ho ho o ho o
o o ho o
laa laa laa laa laa laa aa

do pardesi
anjaane se
do pardesi
anjaane se
lagte hain kyun pehchaane se
o o o o
saathiyaa re ae
main bhi na jaanoon
tu bhi na jaane
koyi bhi na jaane

do pardesi
anjaane se
lagte hain kyun pehchaane se

koyi chehra dekhe to
koyi sapnaa yaad aaye
koyi sapnaa yaad aaye
sadiyon se jo bichhdaa
koyi apnaa yaad aaye
koyi apnaa yaad aaye
desh begaanaa
desh begaanaa
log paraaye
man ka meet kahaan mil jaaye

saathiyaa re ae
main bhi na jaanoon
tu bhi na jaane
koyi bhi na jaane
do pardesi
anjaane se

lagte hain kyun pehchaane se

chubhte hain kyun badan mein
phoolon ke narm saaye
phoolon ke narm saaye

baadal se pyaas barse
lehron se aanch aaye
lehron se aanch aaye
jeevan mein ye
jeevan mein ye
kya din aaye
apni saansen aag lagaayen
saathiyaa re ae
main bhi na jaanoon
tu bhi na jaane
koyi bhi na jaane

do pardesi
anjaane se
lagte hain kyun pehchaane se

jhilmil se ye ujaale
gumsum se ye andhere
gumsum se ye andhere
un hunh
kehte hain door rehna
par rehna saath mere
par rehna saath mere

paas bhi aake
paas bhi aake
paas na aayen
do dil kyun pyaase
reh jaayen
saathiyaa re ae
main bhi na jaanoon
tu bhi na jaane
koyi bhi na jaane

do pardesi
anjaane se
do pardesi
anjaane se
lagte hain kyun pehchaane se


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Today’s song is a good Marching song from the film ‘Golconda Ka Qaidi’ – aka ‘Prisoner of Golkonda’ (1954). This was a film made in both Hindi as well as English.

Way back in 1954, when this film was released and shown in Hyderabad, I was still in school, studying for my Matriculation- that is 10th standard. In those days, for 10th standard, a novel used to be studied as a ‘Non-Detail’ subject along with the regular English Text paper. This was to ensure to inculcate a liking for literature among the students as well as introduction of world famous novels etc to them. In that year, we had the famous novel by Anthony Hope – ‘The Prisoner of Zenda’ as a ‘Non-Detail’ syllabus. Fond of reading novels etc, I was simply fascinated by this novel. Till today, I have this novel in my book collection.

When we saw the posters of of the film ‘Prisoner of Golkonda’ in our city, we were excited, thinking that this was the Hindi version of the Hollywood film “The Prisoner of Zenda” (1952) ( earlier there was also a silent film in 1922 and a talkie version in 1937 in Hollywood). This English film had already come to Hyderabad, just a year ago and we had seen it officially – since it’s novel was in our syllabus of 10th standard. After the Hindi film came to Hyderabad sometime in October 1954, the theatre owners brought the English film ‘The Prisoner of Zenda’ again for morning shows.

However, after seeing the Hindi film, we were bitterly disappointed because its story was nowhere near the captivating story of the English novel. It was absolutely a Raja, Rani and evil Vazir type story, so common in Hindi films of that period. And overall, the film, including its songs, was a big let-down on our expectations. I can’t blame the filmmakers for our disappointment, because nowhere did they ever say that it was a copy of the English film. It was we who got misled by the ” Same Name Confusion ” of the film title !

Golkonda is a fort near Hyderabad city and it was/is a tourist spot too. The film cheated us here also. There was absolutely no connection of the film story with our Golkonda fort at all. The Hyderabad public cursed the filmmakers for misleading them. After 2 years, in 1956, there came a film ‘Char Minar’ to Hyderabad. Public in Hyderabad got excited thinking that the film story was woven around the best showpiece of Hyderabad – the Char Minar. Here too came the disappointment. It had nothing to do with the Hyderabad Char Minar. In the film, Char Minar was the name of a sarai in Madina, where the hero is lost etc.

So much for the misleading film titles !

Film ‘Golconda Ka Qaidi’ (1954) had many firsts. It was the first film of lyricist Lalji Pande aka Anjaan. It was the first film for actor Rajendranath- brother of Premnath. It was the first film of actor Prem Nath as a director. The film was made by P.N. Films- owned by Premnath and Bina Rai. It was produced and directed by Premnath himself. He was the hero, his wife Bina Rai was the heroine and his younger brother Rajendernath made his debut in the film. Premnath himself sang a song in this film (one of the 5 songs from 5 films). The cast consisted of Premnath, Bina Rai, Agha, Shobhana Samarth, Heeralal, Indumati, Rajen kapoor, Cuckoo, Rajendranath with many more. Guest artistes were Om Prakash, Bipin Gupta and Sunder.

The film had 8 songs written by Anjaan, Kaif Irfani and Prakash Sathi. HFGK mentions 3 names as MDs – Datta Davjekar, Jagannath and Kundanlal (I believe they were Davjekar’s assistants). There is a footnote in HFGK that all song tunes were prepared by Datta Davjekar himself.

Datta Davjekar was a famous and respected name in Marathi film and non film music, but in Hindi his work is limited to only 5 films – ‘Aap Ki Sewa Mein’ (1947), ‘Adalat’ (1948), ‘Jeet Kiski’ (1952), ‘Golconda Ka Qaidi’ (1954) and ‘Bal Shivaji’ (1956). His name will be immortal in Hindi film music history , because he gave the first Hindi film playback song to Lata Mangeshkar in the film ‘Aap Ki Sewa Mein’ (1947).

In the Hindi film industry, there were many name alikes. Some of them also caused serious problems of ‘Same Name Confusion”. Artistes of the same name was a common phenomenon in early cinema i.e. the 1930s and the 40s. Then it diminished slowly. This matter was not only common in actors, but also in other categories also. As far as Music Directors are concerned, there were so many ‘Dattas’ as MDs. Some of them at the same time and few causing the SNC syndrome too ! There were K Datta, N Datta, Narayan Dutt, Dutta Thakar, DC Dutt, Dattaram and Datta Davjekar. Each one contributed to HFM to his ability. One MD’s name will be written in Golden Ink, in the History of HFM. The name is DATTA DAVJEKAR. This is because he created an all time Legend LATA MANGESHKAR, by giving her the opportunity to sing her first playback Hindi song in one of his films – ‘Aap Ki Sewa Mein’.

Dattatreya Shankar Davjekar (Born on 15-11-1915 – died 19 September 2007), better known as Datta Davjekar or Datta Daujeker , was a veteran music composer mainly associated with Marathi and Hindi movies. He studied up to Matriculation in Nutan Marathi Vidyalay.
He started working from 1931 composing songs in Melas and later in Saraswati Cinetone. Assisted Sureshbabu Mane for film ‘Nandkumar’ (1937). Later he assisted Govindrao Tembe in Natraj Films company. He was called to Bombay to record all Hindi and Marathi songs for film ‘Savangadi’ in Marathi and ‘Saathi’ in Hindi in 1938. He first gave music to ‘Municipality’ made by Brilliant Pictures.

Datta Davjekar’s father Baburao used to play tabla for live folk musical plays as well as in Urdu plays. He used to work in Arya Subodh Natak Mandali. He played pakhwaj also.

Davjekar learned how to play tabla and harmonium and thus developed an interest in music. He also started composing songs. Later, he was invited by the famous star Shanta Apte to perform on her shows. Davjekar performed at places as far off as Allahabad and Lahore.

Davjekar assisted C Ramachandra and Chitragupta for a while. His first break came in 1941 with a Marathi film called ‘Municipality’. It was followed by ‘Sarkari Pahune’ in 1942. One of the film’s songs “Naache Sangeet Natwar” was a big hit. Davjekar went on to work with big names in Marathi cinema, like Raja Paranjape, Gajanan Jagirdar, Master Vinayak, Dinkar Patil, Datta Dharmadhikari, Rajdutt and Raja Thakur. In 1945, he joined HMV and composed several popular Marathi Bhavgeet songs, writing them himself, like “Tuj Swapni Pahile” and “Kuni Bai Gungunle” etc. He was known as ‘DD’.

His famous films include ‘Rangalyaa Raatri Ashyaa’, ‘Paathlaag’, ‘Pahu Re Kitni Vaat’, ‘Thoraataanchi Kamlaa’, ‘Padchaaya’, ‘Chimanrao Gundyabhau’, ‘Pedgaonche Shahane’, ‘Juna Te Sona’, ‘Sant Vahate Krishna Mai’, ‘Sukhaachi Sawali’, ‘Viasakh Vanwaa’ and ‘Yashoda’. His last film release was ‘Pahaate Punyechi’ in 1992. His non-film song “Sainik Ho Tumchyaa Saathi” (translation: For you, oh Soldiers) was a big hit and its sales proceeds went to the Armed Forces.

In a career spanning fifty two years, Davjekar composed music in several languages for sixty films, twelve plays and several documentaries. He learnt German music for composing music for the play ‘Thank you, Mr Glad’. He is credited for giving a break to many singers who became extremely popular over a period of time, including the Mangeshkar siblings, Lata Mangeshkar, Asha Bhosale and Usha Mangeshkar as well as others such as Anuradha Paudwal.

The film ‘Maazhe Baal’, released in 1943, was Davjekar’s first Marathi film with Lata Mangeshkar. He went on to introduce her to Hindi films with his song “Paa Laagoo Kar Jori Re” for the film ‘Aap Ki Sewa Mein’ (1947).

Davjekar did four more Hindi films, Vasant Joglekar’s ‘Adalat’ (1948), ‘Jeet Kiski’ (1952), Premnath’s English-Hindi bilingual, ‘Prisoner of Golconda’, in which Sudha Malhotra sang, and ‘Bal Shivaji’ (1956). He used to accompany Lata Mangeshkar on her foreign trips for music programs as the chief arranger. He won five awards for his music to Marathi films. In 1995 he was given ‘Lata Mangeshkar’ award by Maharashtra Government.

On 19 September 2007 Davjekar died of a heart attack at his residence in Andheri, Mumbai.

An Obituary in One India dated 20th September 2007 says…

Family sources said Davjekar died of a heart attack at his Andheri residence late last night.

The funeral took place at the Oshiwara crematorium this morning and was attended by family, friends and admirers.

Condoling the death of Mr Davjekar, Lata Mangeshkar recollected that the late music composer had given her the first opportunity in playback singing in his movie ‘Aap Ki Seva Mein’. ”Just like his music, he was a sweet human being,” Mangeshkar said.

His non-film song ”Sainik Ho Tumchyaa Saathi” was a superhit and its sales proceeds went to the Armed Forces. Datta Davjekar also composed music for twelve plays including ‘Thank You Mr Glad’ for which he learnt German music. In a career spanning more than six decades, he scored music for nearly 60 films.

(Based on information from Wiki, One India, and Marathi Chitrapat Sangeetkar kosh, with thanks.)

Today’s song is a marching song by Rafi with Chorus. Enjoy….


Song- Uthha ke sar chalo jawaan (Gulkonda Ka Qaidi)(1954) Singer- Rafi, Lyricist- Anjaan, MD- Datta Davjekar
Chorus

Lyrics

uthha ke sar chalo jawaan
uthha ke sar chalo jawaan
shaan se badhe chalo
watan ki aan ke liye
toofaan se lade chalo
uthha ke sar chalo jawaan
shaan se badhe chalo
watan ki aan ke liye
toofaan se lade chalo
uthha ke sar chalo jawaan

na dekh hum sakenge ab
ye desh ki veeraaniyaan
na seenkhchon mein band rah sakengi ye jawaaniyaan
uthho jawaan baazuon ka zor tol kar chalo
watan ghulam ab na rah sake
uthha ke sar chalo jawaan
uthha ke sar chalo jawaan
shaan se badhe chalo
watan ki aan ke liye toofaan se lade chalo
uthha ke sar chalo jawaan

tadap ke mit rahi hain begunaah zindgaaniyaan
kahaan gayin jawaan tere khoon ki rawaaniyaan
tadap ke mit rahi hain begunaah zindgaaniyaan
kahaan gayin jawaan tere khoon ki rawaaniyaan
bata do tum jahaan ko
ke hum kisi se kam nahin
amar shaheed ban ke aasmaan per chadhe chalo
uthha ke sar chalo jawaan
uthha ke sar chalo jawaan
shaan se badhe chalo
watan ki aan ke liye
toofaan se lade chalo
uthha ke sar chalo jawaan

ye sar kate kate
kisi ke saamne jhuke nahin
mita do julm ye sitam
kadam kahin ruke nahin
ye thhaan kar chalo ke
ab na chhal sake ??
nashe mein jhoom baazooband
?? Vande matram badhe chalo
uthha ke sar chalo jawaan
uthha ke sar chalo jawaan
(aa aa aa)
shaan se badhe chalo
watan ki aan ke liye
toofaan se lade chalo
(aa aa aa)
uthha ke sar chalo jawaan
shan se badhe chalo
(aa aa aa)
watan ki aan ke liye
toofaan se lade chalo
(aa aa aa)
uthha ke sar chalo jawaan
shaan se badhe chalo
(aa aa aa)
watan ki aan ke liye
toofaan se lade chalo
uthha ke sar chalo jawaan
(aa aa aa)


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