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Posts Tagged ‘Asha Bhonsle


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Blog Day :

4282 Post No. : 15527

“Chandan”(1958) was produced by Fali Mistry and directed by M V Raman for Dosi Films Bombay. This “social” movie had Nutan, Shyama, Kishore Kumar, Johny Walker, Pran, Karan Dewan, David, K N Singh, Kamla Laxman, Ahla Sachdev, Raj Mehra, Randheer, Chaman Puri, Brahm Bhardwaj, Baba, Savita Devi, Mala sinha, Keshav, Anwar Bhai, K P Kapoor etc in it.

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

Here is the fourth song from “Chandan”(1958) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Madan Mohan.

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

I have not been able to get a few words right in the lyrics. I request our readers with keenner ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable.


Song-Jab thhoda thhoda aankhon se qusoor ho gaya (Chandan)(1958) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Madan Mohan

Lyrics

aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
jab thhoda thhoda
haaye ae ae
jab thhoda thhoda aankhon se kusoor ho gaya aa
jab thhoda thhoda aankhon se kusoor ho gaya
dil pehlu se hamaare badi door ho gaya aa aa
dil pehlu se hamaare badi door ho gaya aa

aankhon ka chaar ho jaana
ik ban gaya bahaana
aa aa aa aa
aankhon ka chaar ho jaana
ik ban gaya bahaana
seene se dil ko saara(?) lo mai huya rawaana
seene se dil ko saara(?) lo mai huya rawaana
piye bina ye sharaabi
piye bina ye sharabi
piye bina ye sharaabi makhmoor ho gaya
piye bina ye sharaabi makhmoor ho gaya
jab thhoda thhoda aankhon se kusoor ho gaya aa

raaton ko neend na aaye
ye pyaar ki saza hai
ae ae ae ae
raaton ko neend na aaye
ye pyaar ki saza hai
mere huzoor jalne mein lekin bada maza hai
mere huzoor jalne mein lekin bada maza hai
parwaana dekho haaye
parwaana dekho haaye
parwaana dekho kaise mashhoor ho gaya
parwaana dekho kaise mashhoor ho gaya
jab thhoda thhoda aankhon se kusoor ho gaya aa aa

ye jaante jo pehle se
aankhen na hum milaate
ae ae ae ae
ye jaante jo pehle se
aankhen na hum milaate
dil ki lagi ko dekho(?) duniya se hum chhupaate
dil ki lagi komdekho (?) duniya se hum chhupate
ishq feeka hi tha haaye
ishq feeka hi tha haay
thhes lagi
haaye thhes lagi
choor ho gaya
ik Feeka feeka ??
thhes lagi choor ho gaya
jab thoda thoda aankhon se kusoor ho gaya aa
dil pahlu se hamare badi door ho gaya
aa aa aa aa


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Blog Day :

4281 Post No. : 15525 Movie Count :

4280

Hullo Atuldom

April 7th, 2020. Day 14 of the holidays that whole of India is experiencing. I don’t know about others but I am having my husband’s company, reading every single WhatsApp message and their accompanying videos and seeing many movies- some of which for the “nth” time; language no-bar.

Seeing repeats of movies has its advantage. We see things that make up the background, notice the expressions of chorus dancers, look at the supports that the actors have when they do activities that they aren’t comfortable with. For example, I was seeing Amitabh starrer “Yaarana” a few days back. There is a scene where Amitabh and Amjad Khan are shown to be indulging in Hang-gliding. Now I have been seeing this movie since 1979 and have lost count of the number of times I have seen it. This time I saw that in the hang-gliding scene there is some kind of metal support that is inserted into the outfits of the actors. Now I would like to know that is that kind of safety measure available for all aficionados of hang-gliding or that was something special for the shoot.

Another habit I have acquired of late is seeing movies in all the languages it is made in -Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam or Telugu. And there is no paucity of such movies. I had seen a 1979 Tamil movie “Nallathoru Kudumbam” (roughly translating to “Wonderful Family”) with Shivaji Ganesan and Vanisri in the lead. They played a couple whose married life is rocked by the wife suspecting her husband’s loyalty due to his colourful past. It was a remake of the 1977 Telugu film “Aalu Magalu” (Wife and Husband) which had Vanisri with Nageshwara Rao. When I saw the Tamil movie on Satellite TV a few years back I had mentally thought that the songs from its Hindi version should be here on the blog.

Here is the opportunity for “Judaai” (1980) to make its entrance into the blog. Jeetendra is turning a year older- 78 to be exact. He has had a long innings in the movies starting with playing the heroine Sandhya’s body double in Shantaram’s ‘Sehra’ in 1963.

To my knowledge he was last seen in Farha Khan’s ‘Om Shanti Om’ in 2007. He has had Mumtaz, Rajashree, Leena Chandavarkar, Hema Malini, Moushumi Chatterjee, Rekha, Reena Roy as his heroines in the late 60s and 70s. 80s saw him successfully pairing up with Sridevi and Jaya Prada. Along the way he has occasionally paired with Sharmila Tagore, Mala SInha, Zeenat Aman, Parveen Babi, Shabana Azmi, and Bindiya Goswami too.

Jeetendra and Rekha acted in 31 films and were romantically paired in 26 of which 15 were hits beginning with ‘EK Bechara” in 1972. “Judaai” was also a Rekha- Jeetendra movie. Sachin and Arun Govil played their sons with Shoma Anand and Tamanna playing the daughters-in-law.

Today’s is a party song where we have a middle-aged Dr. Shashikant (Jeetu) out-dancing Lily (Aruna Irani) after she has defeated the youngsters Sachin and Arun Govil. This was a guest appearance of Aruna Irani who was seen with Jeetu in ‘Farz’ and ‘Caravan’. The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Kishore Kumar with Anand Bakshi as the writer and Laxmikant Pyarelal as the music directors. This song was inspired from either The Beatles, Boney M or ABBA

Video (Longer but poor quality)

Video (shorter but good quality)

Audio

Song-Saamne aa dekhe zamaana saara (Judaai)(1980) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics- Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

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Dialogues
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Hey
come on

how about you
young man

hahahahahaha
ho ho ho ho ho

hai koi
jo mere muqaabil aaye

dekh kya rahe ho
jawaab do
haan

Yes
I am here

o o
tum naachoge
ye umar
aur ye jigar

puraane chaawalon ka dam tumne abhi dekha nahin

yeah yeah come on
buck up
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Song begins
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saamne aa
dekhe zamaana saara
saamne aa
dekhe zamaana saara
saamne aa
maine pukaara tujhe
maine lalkaara tujhe ae
saamne aa
dekhe zamaana saara
saamne aa
hey
saamne aa
dekhe zamaana saara
saamne aa
maine pukaara tujhe
maine lalkaara tujhe
zara sambhal tu

hey hey
sambhal ke chal tu
hey hey
zara sambhal tu
hey hey
sambhal ke chal tu
whoo le woo
puraani yaad aa gayi

hey
jawaani yaad aa gayi
hey
puraani yaad aa gayi
hey
jawaani yaad aa gayi
hey
saamne aa
dekhe zamaana saara
saamne aa

kitne haseenon ka garoor
toda hai
haan haan toda hai
kitne haseenon ka garoor
toda hai maine jawaani mein

woh din gaye
woh mausam gaye
haan woh din gaye
woh mausam gaye
rakkha hai kya iss kahaani mein
ye baat hai
haan haan ye baat hai
ye baat hai
haan haan ye baat hai
toh zara sambhal tu
hey sambhal ke chal tu
zara sambhal tu
sambhal ke chal tu
whoo le woo
u u u u u u
puraani yaad aa gayi
jawaani yaad aa gayi
puraani yaad aa gayi
jawaani yaad aa gayi
saamne aa
dekhe zamaana saara
saamne aa

Chhote Miyan toh chhote Miyaan
arre bade Miyaan kya kehna aa aa
Chhote Miyaan toh chhote Miyaan
ho bade Miyaan kya kehna
Ab bhi kisi se main kam nahin
isi dhokhe mein tu mat rehna

Yeh baat hai
Haan haan yeh baat hai
Yeh baat hai
Haan ji yeh baat hai
Zara sambhal tu
Sambhal ke chal tu
Zara sambhal tu
Sambhal ke chal tu

Whoo le wooo
puraani yaad aa gayi
jawaani yaad aa gayi
puraani yaad aa gayi
jawaani yaad aa gayi
saamne aa
dekhe zamaana saara
saamne aa

dekha meri lay toot gayi gayi gayi
dekha meri lay toot gayi gayi gayi
toone mujhe kyun chheda hai
aata nahin jin ko naachnaa
aata nahin jin ko naachnaa
kehte hain aangan tedha hai
aata nahin jin ko naachnaa
kehte hain aangan tedha hai

whoo le wooo
whoo le wooo
whoo le wooo

hahaha


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Blog Day :

4281 Post No. : 15524

“Hathhkadi”(1958) was produced by Dhanwant S Shah and directed by Sudarshan Bhatia for D S Films, Bombay. This “crime” movie had Shakeela, Jabeen, Motilal, Sajjan, Rajan Haksar, Amarnath, Mirza Musharraf, Mirajkar, Ramesh Sinha, Bhagwan Sinha, Umesh Sharma, Leela Mishra, Narbada Shankar, Shashimala, Seshma etc with guest appearances by Murad, Bhuda Adwani, Cuckkoo, and Sheil Vaz.

The movie had six songs in it. Three of these songs have been covered in the past. Here is the fourth song from “Hathhkadi”(1958) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Prem Saxena is the lyricist. Music is composed by Nashaad.

Only the audio of the song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the pucturisation of the song.


Song-Haay main jaaun kahaan (Hathhkadi)(1958) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Prem Saxena, MD-Naashaad

Lyrics

Haay main jaaun kahaan
lut gaya mera jahaan
Haay main jaaun kahaan

kaise kahoon jaan jaley ae hoy
kaise kahoon jaan jaley
dil pe mera bas na chaley
khulti nahin hai zubaan
Haay main jaaun kahaan

dil ne pukaara hai tujhe
dard ne maara hai mujhe
mushqil mein hai meri jaan
Haay main jaaun kahaan

ae gham e dil tu hi bata de
meri manzil ka pata
ae gham e dil tu hi bata de
meri manzil ka pata
milta nahin hai nishaan aan
Haay main jaaun kahaan
lut gaya mera jahaan
Haay main jaaun kahaan

pyaar hai jalne ke liye ae ae ae ae
farz sambhalne ke liye
pyaar hai jalne ke liye
farz sambhalne ke liye
zingadi hai imtihaan aan
Haay main jaaun kahaan
Haay main jaaun kahaan
lut gaya mera jahaan
Haay main jaaun kahaan


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Blog Day: 4277 Post No.: 15513

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No. 15
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Now a days we have been managing one or two posts a day daily. When I look back ten years ago, we had similar situation in the blog even in those days.

For instance, on this day ten years ago, viz on 3 april 2010, two songs were covered in the blog viz:

Song Movie title-Year Remarks
Main pyaar ka deewaanaa Aayi Milan Ki Bela-1964 All Songs posted
Aayi jhoom ke bahaar Insaaniyat-1955 07 of 17 songs posted

“Insaaniyat”(1955) was produced and directed by S S Wasan for Gemini Pictures, Madras. This movie had Dilip Kumar, Dev Anand, Bina Rai, Vijaylaxmi, Jayant, Jairaj, Shobhana Samarth, Badr Prasad, Kumar, Agha, Mohana, Zippy (Chimpanzee), T Mukherjee, Ishwar Lala, G v Sharma, Vijay Rao, G Bhatt etc in it.

The movie had a whopping 17 songs in it. Seven of these songs have been covered so far.

Song Posted On
Tere sang sang piyaa khel ke main rang 15.07.2009
Chup chup chup hone lagaa kuchh 23.08.2009
Aayi jhoom ke bahaar 03.04.2010
Main bandar hoon shahar kaa … 24.05.2010
Apni chhaayaa mein bhagwaan bithhaa le mujhe 31.07.2013
Raja beta bada hoke jaayega school 30.04.2019
Gori kar le tu aaj singaar 11.12.2019

The third song from this movie viz.Aayi jhoom ke bahaar was covered in the blog ten years ago. So this gives us an opportunity to cover another song from the movie under the “Blog Ten year Challenge” series. So here is the eighth song from “Insaaniyat”(1955). This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and chorus. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by C Ramchandra.

The song is picturised as a rajdarbaar dance song. I am unable to identify the dancer lip syncing in Asha Bhonsle’s voice. I request our kowledgeale readers to help identify her as well as others seen in the picturisation.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala, who keeps a keen eye on “Blog Ten Year Challenge” opportunities which have been rather limited for the last few weeks.


Song-Haseenon ka manzoor kar lo salaam (Insaaniyat)(1955) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-C Ramchandra
chorus

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

Haseenon ka manzoor Kar lo salaam
Tumhaari mohabbat ke Ham hai ghulaam
Ham hain ghulaam
Tere ham hai ghulaam
Haseenon ka manzoor Kar lo salaam
Tumhaari mohabbat ke Ham hai ghulaam
Ham hain ghulaam
Tere ham hai ghulaam

mere mukhde ka til hai tumhaare liye ae
mera naazuk sa dil hai tumhaare liye ae
mere mukhde ka til hai tumhaare liye
mera naazuk sa dil hai tumhaare liye
tumhaare liye
mere honthhon ke jaam
tumhaare liye
mere honthhon ke jaam

Tumhaari mohabbat ke Ham hai ghulaam
Ham hain ghulaam
Tere ham hai ghulaam
Haseenon ka manzoor
Kar lo salaam
Tumhaari mohabbat ke
Ham hai ghulaam
Ham hain ghulaam
Tere ham hai ghulaam

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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हसीनों का मंज़ूर कर लो सलाम
तुम्हारी मोहब्बत के हम हैं ग़ुलाम
हम हैं ग़ुलाम
तेरे हम हैं ग़ुलाम
हसीनों का मंज़ूर कर लो सलाम
तुम्हारी मोहब्बत के हम हैं ग़ुलाम
हम हैं ग़ुलाम
तेरे हम हैं ग़ुलाम

मेरे मुखड़े का तिल है तुम्हारे लिए ए
मेरा नाज़ुक सा दिल है तुम्हारे लिए ए
मेरे मुखड़े का तिल है तुम्हारे लिए
मेरा नाज़ुक सा दिल है तुम्हारे लिए
तुम्हारे लिए
मेरे होंठों के जाम
तुम्हारे लिए मेरे होंठों के जाम

तुम्हारी मोहब्बत के हम हैं ग़ुलाम
हम हैं ग़ुलाम
तेरे हम हैं ग़ुलाम
हसीनों का मंज़ूर कर लो सलाम
तुम्हारी मोहब्बत के हम हैं ग़ुलाम
हम हैं ग़ुलाम
तेरे हम हैं ग़ुलाम


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Blog Day: 4275 Post No.: 15510

“Naqaab”(1955) was produced and directed by Lekhraj Bhakri for Tasveeristaan. The movie had Shammi Kapoor, Madhubala, Asha Mathur, Ajit, Heera Lal, Yashodhara Katju, Maruti etc. in it.

“Naqaab”(1955) had eleven sons in it. Six songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the seventh song from the movie to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Prem Dhawan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Pt Govindram.

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


Song-Meri kasam tumhem mera ye raaz raaz rahe(Naqaab)(1955) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Prem Dhawan, MD-Pt Govind Ram

Lyrics

Meri kasam tumhen
mera ye raaz raaz rahe
jo naaz tumpe hai mujhe
sada wo naaz rahe
meri kasam tumhen
mera ye raaz raaz rahe
jo naaz tumpe hai mujhe
sada wo naaz rahe

tumhaare haath mein hai
pardaa-daari aaj meri
tumhaare haath mein hai
pardaa-daari aaj meri
ab imtahaan hai ke
ye ishq sarfaraz rahe
meri kasam tumhen
mera ye raaz raaz rahe
jo naaz tumpe hai mujhe
sada wo naaz rahe

dil o nazar mein hua
hai jo silsila kaayam
dil o nazar mein hua
hai jo silsila kaayam
khuda kare phir wohi
silsila daraaj rahe
meri kasam tumhen
mera ye raaz raaz rahe
jo naaz tumpe hai mujhe
sada wo naaz rahe


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Blog Day :

4270 Post No. : 15500 Movie Count :

4271

Ok, so Atul approached me a few days ago requesting me for a post for a special occasion.

My posts have become very infrequent here – in fact, before my latest post on Sahir’s birth anniversary (8th March), my previous post was on his death anniversary last year (25th October). So a gap of more than 4 months.

But then, like often happens in Test cricket, you wait and wait for a wicket to fall – and when one falls, another quickly follows.

Same has happened here. Following quickly on the heels of the 8th March post, here is another one.

And on such an occasion that I just could not refuse. Let’s just call it the perfect yorker. 🙂

Friends, I am SO honoured here to present Rafisaab’s 3000th song on this blog.

Please allow me now to take a deep breath to let this sink in.

I don’t remember now when we got to Rafisaab’s 1000th and 2000th songs, but as we scale new heights, it feels like we’re entering rarified space.

3000 songs of one artiste on our blog is quite an astonishing achievement. Of course, we’ve already got there with Lata Mangeshkar (she’s going strong with 3500+ right now) but Rafisaab is only the second artiste to hit this milestone here.

Even as I write this post, I feel extremely humbled – and undeserving of this honour. This post is supposed to be a tribute not just to Rafisaab, but to this blog itself.

And there have been so many more here, starting with Atul himself, who deserve to write this. My contributions have dramatically reduced – while there are at least a dozen others (actually many more), who contribute much more, and far more regularly.

But since I am a big Rafisaab fan, I think Atul approached me for this. (In fact there are even bigger Rafisaab fans here – but let’s not start comparing. :-))

Having said all that, let’s talk a bit about Rafisaab here – and our love for him.
I say “our”, because I know I speak for everyone here when I say, we all love Rafisaab here. Only the degree might differ.

Speaking for me personally (and maybe for others too), it has never been about just Rafisaab’s voice.

Sure, for his voice alone, he would easily have had a special place in my heart. That divinity in his voice, his ability to transport me into a different realm altogether, the intonations, the “thehraav” – all of these put him on a level that’s stratospheric for me.

I have spent hours listening to Rafisaab, often intending to listen to just one song. 🙂 I’d listen to one, then get tempted to listen to another, then another, and so on. And before I’d realize it, the minutes would turn into hours. I’ve even spent all night listening to him (ok, that was a few years ago, when I coul stay awake all night). 🙂

It has been said many times before, and by many, but I will say it again – at least in HFM, I haven’t seen any singer with the versatility of Rafisaab. He could deliver every single song in exactly the mood and range required for it. Which is why he could do rock and pop singing just as comfortably as he could do bhajans and ghazals.

Rafisaab could totally get you into any mood the song demanded. He could just mesmerize you into it.

One moment he’s singing the breezy “pukaarta chala hoon main” or the sensuous “aaja re aa zaraa”, the next he’s singing the bhajan “sukh ke sab saathi”. 🙂

One moment, you’re imagining yourself as Shammi Kapoor with “aaja aaja main hoon pyaar tera”, the next you’re Bharat Bhushan lamenting “o duniya ke rakhwaale”. 🙂

They said of Rafisaab that he was an extremely shy and quiet person outside the recording room. You could barely hear his voice.

But once, in the room, recording?

He was a totally different person.

He would be so totally immersed in the song, giving it the very best he could, that you couldn’t believe it was the same person who, outside the room, hardly ever spoke.

In this sense, Rafisaab was a thorough professional. He always sought to give his very best, regardless of who the composer was.

In stature, he was often far higher than most of the composers he sang for. So it is only normal that composers might have hesitated to ask him for a retake, and could have just gone with whatever had been recorded, even if they were not fully satisfied.

But such was Rafisaab’s humility, such was his professionalism, such was his lack of ego, that he would ask the composer if it was ok – and if the composer had any suggestions for improvement, Rafisaab would redo it to the composer’s satisfaction.

That is truly the sign of greatness of an artiste.
And, considering how many successful artistes end up with ego too to match, Rafisaab stands out as an exception.

There are so many other things about Rafisaab that speak of the greatness of him as a human being.

There are other examples of Rafisaab’s nature that are also endearing.

For example, the fact that he sang for composers for a nominal fee, even just a token one rupee, because he knew they could not afford to pay him fees compatible with his stature.

Even in the royalty issue, which resulted in his fallout with Lata, his stand was typical. I don’t want to play judge here, and talk about whether his/Lata’s action was right or wrong, but it was typical of Rafisaab to feel that he had been adequately compensated for the work he had done, and shouldn’t ask for more.

Rafisaab’s generosity went beyond the industry. He provided financial support to people who did not even know who their benefactor was.

All of this, without the slightest arrogance. When someone would praise one of his songs, Rafisaab would just smile and point upwards , as if to say “sab ooparwaale ki kripa hai”.

There’s SO much one could learn from Rafisaab and his values. Ever-polite, ever-professional, ever-helpful, ever-smiling, ever-humble. And ever the family man too, because he always enjoyed spending time with his family.

I’ve written many times about him here – and much of what I’m saying here is repetitive (and possibly boring), but it always gives me great joy to write about Rafisaab, whatever the occasion.

I invariably then write about his character and not just his songs, because his character amazes me just as much as his amazing voice.

So the fact that we have now got 3000 songs of Rafisaab on this blog is a hugely satisfying achievement. My hearty congratulations to Atul, and to everyone else who has been part of this process.

Oh, and in all the discussion about Rafisaab and his 3000th song, I almost forgot.

There’s another milestone to celebrate today – today’s song also happens to be the 15500th song on the blog.

Yes, 15,500.

There was a time, in the early years of the blog, when every century was a major milestone. Then, as the centuries began getting clocked with regularity, the celebration around them decreased. We had entered the chiliad league, so our major milestones became 1000, 2000, 3000 and so on….now past 15000.
The 100s became minor milestones.
While this is understandable to some extent after 155 centuries, I still think every century deserves to be celebrated.

Let us NEVER forget that EVERY song involves a fair amount of effort, and though contributors (*cough*, *cough*) do their bit, every song still requires time & effort from Atul/Sudhirji. And they’ve put this effort 100 times, since 15400. So, I definitely think they deserve appreciation and a round of applause for this.

Now onto the song for today.

You can always trust Atul to unearth songs that have long faded from people’s memory. Or maybe they never got attention when they were released.

The same applies to films too. After all, the Hindi film industry is prolific, with hundreds of films being released every year, and thousands of songs.

As a result, many songs and films never get attention.

This blog has always tried to unearth such songs and films, and to give them their share in the limelight, even if it is several years after their release. After all, every song involves a lot of effort from many artistes. And for a film? The effort is several times more – involving so many more people, in various capacities, each one playing his/her role hoping to see the film succeed at the box-office.

I don’t know the success rate of films, but I’d say there are far more films that don’t click at the box-office, than those which do. Let’s not get into reasons here – I’m no pundit – but I do always like to acknowledge the effort that has gone into making a film anyway.

Why so much of a build-up in this post?

Because the song for today has as much to do with the film as with the song itself.

Prima facie, the song looks like a routine song. It’s a qawwali, with its usual nok-jhok, and, as isn’t uncommon in movies, with disguises. 🙂

Now I’m a sucker for qawwalis, so even though this probably isn’t in the same league as many more illustrious ones, I’m happy to just listen to it, and enjoy it.
Besides, this was 1982 – and by then, qawwalis were slowly on the decline. The times had changed, and naturally films had to reflect the changed times.
So I wouldn’t judge this qawwali, keeping other classics in mind. 🙂

When Atul sent me an e-mail requesting me for a write-up, he explained why he picked this song. It has to do with not just the song, but the film as well.

This is what he said:

The song that I have chosen for the occasion is a special song. It is a rare song. It is composed by an obscure music director called B T Singh. It is the only song of B T Singh with Rafi in his career. HFGK mentions that music was arranged and composed by Uttam Singh. He could be assistant to B T Singh.

The movie is an obscure movie called “Chambal Ke Daaku”(1982). This movie was Produced by R S Sandhu , written and directed by S Azhar for S L Cheema films, Bombay.
The USP of the movie was “Real dacoits pesented first time on screen.”
The movie had real dacoits viz Mohar Singh, Madho Singh, Fateh Singh, Lakhan Singh, Kalyan Singh and hundred of ex dacoits, and actors like Nazneen, Javed Khan, Madhumalini, Sulochana, Malti Joshi, Yasmeen, Birbal, Dushyant, Deep, Ashok, S S Khan, Nirmal Singh, Shamsher Singh, Jeewan Singh, Joginder Singh, Amreek Singh, Joginder Singh Laddhar, Mahendra Singh, Chandrakala, Ramesh Deo, Sohel Khan, Joga Singh, Sayyad Khan, Praveen Lakhad, Gajendra Gadge, Rajkumar, Baw Brar, Shabbir Khan, Guest apppearances by Padma Khanna, Hina Kausar, Mahendra, Raza Murad etc.”

Wow!
So now we have a film here where real-life dacoits just decided to act in a film. Maybe there are other examples too (what about “Jis Desh Mein Ganga Behti Hai”)?

In any case, it is a rather fascinating scenario. And of course, when I learnt about this, my mind began working overtime, imagining all sorts of things.

– Were they active dacoits, wanted by the police? If so, how did they get to act? Or had they served their sentence, and reformed? In which case, they shouldn’t be judged on their past, of course.
– How much were they paid?
– Was it maybe just a smart move for the producer to co-opt real-life dacoits so that not only does he have a USP, but he also has access to their expertise, and could film in locations he wouldn’t otherwise dare to?
– How did co-stars, and the rest of the crew feel? Imagine having chai with a real-life dacoit. You’d probably not want to upset him, or even crack a joke about him, for fear of him taking offence at it
– In the shooting scenes, was anyone worried that the dacoits might just get excited and take it all too literally?

Such thoughts, and more, came to my mind, because this was reel life and real life potentially getting mixed up. The key word here is “potentially”. 🙂

Chambal itself was a common film theme in those days – especially in the 70s and early 80s. Films mirror real-life events, and dacoity used to be in the news off and on in those days. There were plenty of dacoit films made in that time, the most famous being Sholay, of course. 🙂

I remember VP Singh, CM of UP (1980-82) came down hard on dacoity in his time, and even got a lot of praise for it. But soon after, there was a major dacoity, as if to spite him – and he offered to resign as CM.

I myself used to travel a lot by train from Orissa to Delhi in the early 80s, and go through Gwalior-Morena (I think Dholpur in Rajasthan also), which I think is the Chambal area. The landscape would be “interesting”, and would trigger my imagination. 🙂

Anyway, enough of digression.

Back to the song, it is sung by Rafisaab (of course), together with Asha Bhosle and Manna Dey. Rafisaab passed away in 1980, so it’s possible this is one of his last few songs – unless the film took a while to get released.

I must admit I couldn’t recognise many faces – but Ramesh Deo is, of course, unmistakeable.

Hope you enjoy the song, and imagine yourself singing it with real-life dacoits in Chambal Valley. 🙂

And once again, congratulations to the blog for clocking Rafisaab’s 3000th, and the blog’s 15500th.

Audio

Video


Song-Uljhan ho chaahe koi aa jaaye mushqil (Chambal Ke Daaku)(1982) Singers-Rafi, Asha Bhonsle, Manna Dey, Lyrics-Gauhar Kanpuri, MD-B T Singh
Male chorus
Female chorus

Lyrics

banaayenge bhanwar mein raasta
aur lahron pe saahil
bhanwar kehte hain uljhan ko o
lahar ka naam hai ae ae mushqil

uljhan ho chaahe koi aa jaaye mushqil
uljhan ho chaahe koi aa jaaye mushqil
mil ke rahegi yahin apni manzil
mil ke rahegi yahin apni manzil
kehta hai aaj yehi mera dil
uljhan ho chaahe koi aa jaaye mushqil
uljhan ho chaahe koi aa jaaye mushqil

kahaan se aaye ho
bolo ji kya iraada hai

Ji kya iraada hai
hamaari baat hai
ya doosron se waada hai

ye dil ka raaz hai
dil mein hi rehne do dilbar
haan rehne do dilbar
banega baat ka afsaana honthon pe aa kar
dilon ke raaz ko
o o o o o o
dilon ke raaz ko
nazron se ham to
kehte hain
kehte hain
kehte hain
ham si haseenon ko samjho na gaafil
gaafil
ham si haseenon ko samjho na gaafil
uljhan ho chaahe koi aa jaaye mushqil
uljhan ho chaahe koi aa jaaye mushqil

haaye
haseen adaaon ka rangeen nazaara dekhenge
nazaara dekhenge
ham apni aankh se kismat ka taara dekhenge
haaye ae ae ae
ae ae ae
aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
nazar nawaaz
nazaaron mein jee nahin lagta
haaye ae ae
haseen chaand sitaaron mein aen
jee nahin lagta
sa ni ma dha pa ni
dhi ma pa ni sa
sa ni sa dha ni
pa dha
ma pa
ma ga ma
ga re ga sa re
sa re ga ma pa
nigaah e naaz ka hamko ishaara mil jaaye

ishaara mil jaaye
hamen bhi jeene ka
koi sahaara mil jaaye

isharaa paaoge ae ae ae
isharaa paaoge
jhaanko hamaari aankhon mein
aankhon mein
aankhon mein
chaand se chehre pe
taaron ki jhilmil
jhilmil

chaand se chehre pe taaron ki jhilmil
uljhan ho chaahe koi aa jaaye mushqil
uljhan ho chaahe koi aa jaaye mushqil

samajh gaya hoon main
dil aur nazar ke afsaane

nazar ke afsaane
anaar ek hai
aur uske do hain deewaane

deewaana kaun hai
duniya ko ye bataana hai
yahi bataana hai
nazar ke teer se taqdeer aazmaana hai
jo hoshiyaar hai
ae ae ae ae ae
jo hoshiyaar hai
duniya usi ke kaabil hai
kaabil hai
kaabil hai
mehfil se baahar bhi hai ek mehfil
mehfil

mehfil se baahar bhi hai ek mehfil
uljhan ho chaahe koi aa jaaye mushqil
uljhan ho chaahe koi aa jaaye mushqil
kahin uljhan hai
kahin mushqil hai

kahin mehfil kahin manzil
ye lo mera fasaana
ye kissa hai puraana
oho
hamaara dil na todo
oho
ye dil ki bat chhodo
oho
mere nazdeek aao
oho
qayaamat na uthhaao
oho
tumhaara dil hai patthar
aha
magar tum ho sitamgar
oho
mujhe tarpaaya tumne
oho
mujhe uljhaaya tumne
oho
tujhe hamne pooja
oho
mere dil mein hai dooja

oho
kahaan hai wo kidhar hai
oho
idhar hai ye udhar hai


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Blog Day: 4270 Post No.: 15499

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No. 14
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In my personal opinion, “Namak Halaal”(1982) is one movie that had come at a critical juncture in the history of HFM and also in my personal life as well. 1982 was a time when the golden era of HFM was over. Songs and also movies were plainly becoming ridiculously rubbish. This was my personal opinion and many others shared this view.

But common people, what is often described as the LCD (Lowest common denominator) could not care less. This section of moviegoers, who are not much into thinngs like class, taste etc and are more into instant gratification loved whatever was being dished at that time.

And what was that ? That was disco. Most of them mindless, brainless kind of it. Standard formula of those days was to fill the movie with a few loud disco music where lyrics did not matter much. The lyricist only had to fit in a few arbitrary words including the word Disco, and the lyrics was done. Music director had an easier time. They only had to lift tunes of disco music from west. This lifting was shameless and blatant, without giving any credit to the original composer , and obviously without buying its rights.

The person who was almost singlehandedly responsible for this rot was Bappi Lahiri.

But Bappi Lahiri was not always like that. He started his career in mid 1970s and created some veryfine compositions. His music was so catchy that I often mistook his composition for R D Burman compositions, which is real high praise for a music director. It was he who composed such catchy and often iconic songs such as Chalte chalte mere ye geet yaad rakhna(Chalte Chalte)(1976), Aali re aali re Holi(Zakhmee)(1975), Pyaar maanga hai tumhi se(College Girl)(1978), Maana ho tum behad haseen (Toote Khilone) , Haan pahli baar ik ladki mera haath pakadkar (Aur Kaun), Hamse nazar to milaao (Ikraar), Tumhaaraa pyaar chaahiye mujhe jeene ke liye (Manokaamna) etc.

The problem with these tunes was that most of these tunes were class but these movies and its songs often went unnoticed. As a result, Bappi Lahiri’s career was going nowhere. So he finally decided that “to hell with class. I will compose music that sells.” So he started creating plagiarised disco songs. These songs were so popular that the entire music industy was forced to copy his disco music. And that sounded the death knell for the golden era of HFM.

Ironically, Bappi Lahiri kept producing some classy compositions even during the post Goolden era. My simple observation is that he did so when he used golden era singers in movies of golden era directors. On rest of the occasions, when mediocre producers and directors along with mediocre starcast was used, Bappi Lahiri would produce mediocre plagiarised music, and he would insist on giving playback for the hero in such movies.

“Namak Halaal”(1982) was directed by a golden era director namely Prakash Mehra. This movie, which was produced by Satyendra Pal for Chaudhary Enterprises, Bombay was a A grade movie with top stars of the day. Amitabh Bachchan was the hero. Others in the movie were Waheeda Rehman, Shashi Kapoor, Parveen Babi, Smita Patil, Satyen Kappu, Ashalata, Harish, Chandrashekhar, Dev Kumar, R S Chopra, Tuntun, Asha Chandra, Aazaad, Bob Cristo, Viju Khote, Jinder Walia, Nandita Thakur, Ram Sethi, Ranjeet Sood, Om Prakash, Ranjeet etc, with special appearances by Suresh Oberoi and Kamal Kapoor.

I had watched this movie by bunking my college (so what is new 🙂 ). Being a movie goer of high standards, I did not like the movie much. Having watched the movie, I went to the college the next day in what was the college recreation room which has facilities for indoor games like carrom board, TT etc. Some sports magazines were also available there.

There a few staff were playing carrom. While playing it, one of the staff, who had watched the movie, animatedly described the movie in glowing terms to his colleagues, leaving others suitably impressed and overwhelmed. He certainly made them eager to watch the song. I was listening to the discussion and I too got inflenced and realised that the movie was not all that bad that I had thought. This movie indeed was fun to watch. subsequently, I have watched parts of this movie and realised that this movie has some parts that have become all time classic scenes. For instance, there is this scene where hotel manager (played by Ranjeet) asks hairon Singh (played by Amitabh Bachchan) if he can speak English. The scene that follows can amuse movie goers even today. It is this movie that gave us a classic dialogue- “Moochhen ho to Nathhulal jaisi warna na hon.”

The movie had five songs in it. These songs had the golden era singers in it. Kishore Kumar sang for Amitabh Bachchan and his singing made all the difference. No one else could have sung these songs with so much energy, verve and midas touch. And the picturisation of these songs were fantastic. There are cases when poor picturisation destroys the effect of a great song. But that is not the case in this movie. all the songs have been picturised superbly. watching the picturisation of these songs is a highly entertaining and fulfilling experience.

Four of these songs have been covere in the past. Here are the details of the songs already covered in the blog:-

S N Song Song number in blog Date of posting
1 Pag ghunghroo baandh Meera naachi thi 143 11-Oct-2008
2 Jawaan jaaneman haseen dilruba 2364 27-Mar-2010
3 Raat baaqi baat baaqi 8622 1-Sep-2013
4 Thhodi si jo pee li hai 14951 23-Mar-2019

One can see that the previous song from the movie was covered more that one year ago. After covering that song, I had become aware that only one song from the movie remained. But this song was such a song that it deserved a befitting writeup, and that required time. And I for some reason or the other was not able to find time for a writeup.

So I kept dilly dallying and things kept getting delayed. Finally a time came when I was informed that “Namak Halaal”(1982) becomes eligible for the blog ten year challenge. I informed other potential writers- “Dont dare touch it. It is my song.” 🙂

So here I am, finally forced to bring thing song onboard in the blog.

This song “aaj rapat jaaye to hamen na uthhaiyo” is a rain song extraordinaire. And it becomes so because it had been sung with gusto by Kishore Kumar and Asha Bhonsle. It is difficult to think of any other singers who could have sung this song with this much aplomb.

The song was picturised on Amitabh Bachchan and Smita Patil as a rain song. In rain songs, the actors , especially the lady gets dangerously wet. This song is one of the most dangerously wet sari song of them all. We are aware of several occasions when censors have ordered that songs be deleted because they found the picturisation as objectionable. Some examples being Balmaa khuli hawaa mein (Kashmir Ki Kali) and Jaata kahaan hai deewaane sab kuchh yahaan hai sanam (CID). Censors found the depiction of the female character objectionable in these songs. So these songs were deleted from the movie. Only their audio remain. and I need not tell you how popular these songs are.

When I posted the previous song from the movie, which was Thhodi si jo pee li hai , and which happened to be posted on 3900th day of the blog, our beloved Khyati jee censured me as well as Sudhir jee.

Congratulations Atulji and team on reaching this milestone.
I am thinking what kind of spell ASAD is under recently? Aap nashe waali baat kar rahe ho, seedhe shaade Sudhurbhai pichkaari maarne ki baat kar rahe hai… Just concerned or rather worried. 😉
Regards
Khyati

My comment was:

Agla jo gaana bacha hua hai is movie ka, that will increase your anxiety about us even more. That song is- aaj rapat jaaye. 🙂 🙂

Khyati jee commented

That song should be played/posted behind the curtain. Bachhon pe bura asar padega. 😉

The picturisation of this song is indeed like that. Fortunately Indian censors had become more liberal since the days of 1950s and 1960s and this song passed muster with the censors. The fact that this movie was directed by a heavyweight diirector and starred the biggest star of the day, who also had strong political connections must have certainly helped.

So, here is this song, the fifth and final song from “Namak Halaal”(1982). as part of blog ten year challenge. With this song, all the songs of “Namak Halaal”(1982) have been covered and this movie thus joins the list of movies that have been YIPPEED in the blog.

Devnagri script lyrics are provided by Avinash Scrapwala, a person who keeps an eagle eye on “blog ten year challenge” opportunities. 🙂

Video

Audio

Song-Aaj rapat jaaye to hamen na uthhaiyyo (Namak Halal)(1982) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Bappi Lahiri

Lyrics

aaj rapat jaayen to hamen na uthhaiyyo
aaj phisal jaayen to hamen na uthhaiyyo
hamen jo uthhaiyo to o
hamen jo uthhaiyyo to
khud bhi rapat jaiyo
haan khud bhi phisal jaiyo
aaj rapat
aa ha aaj rapat jaayen to hamen na uthhaiyyo

barsaat mein thhi kahaan baat aisi
pehli baar barsi barsaat aisi
barsaat mein thhi kahaan baat aisi
pehli baar barsi barsaat aisi
kaisi ye hawa chali
ha
paani mein aag lagi
ha
jaane kya pyaas jagi re ae
bheega ye tera badan
ha
jagaaye meethi chubhan
ha
nashe mein jhume ye mann re
kahaan hoon main
mujhe bhi ye hosh nahin aa

ha ha ho ho ha ha ho ho
aaj behak jaayen to hosh na dilaiyo
aaj behak jaayen to hosh na dilaiyo
hosh jo dilaiyo to o
hosh jo dilaiyo to
khud bhi behak jaiyo
aaj rapat
aa ha aaj rapat jaayen to
hame na uthhaiyyo

baadal mein bijli baar baar chamke
dil mein mere aaj pehli baar chamke
baadal mein bijli baar baar chamke
dil mein mere aaj pehli baar chamke

haseena dari dari
ha
baahon mein simat gayi
ha
seene se lipat gayi re ae
tujhe to aaya maza
ha
tujhe to soojhi hansi
haa
meri to jaan phasi re
jaan e jigar kidhar chali
nazar churaa ke
aa ha ho ho ha ha o ho
baat ulajh jaaye to aaj na suljhaiyo
baat ulajh jaaye to aaj na suljhaiyo
baat jo suljhaiyo to o o
baat jo suljhaiyo to
khud bhi ulajh jaiyo

aaj rapat
aa ha aaj rapat jaayen to
hame na uthhaiyo

baadal se chham chham sharaab barse
saanwri ghata se shabaab barse
baadal se chham chham sharaab barse
ho saanwri ghata se shabaab barse
boondon ki baji paayal
ha
ghata ne chhedi ghazal
ha
ye raat gayi machal re ae
dilon ke raaz khule
ha
fiza mein rang ghule
ha
jawaan dil khulke miley re ae
hona thhaa jo hua wahi
abb darna kya
aa ha
o ho aa ha ho ho
aaj doob jaayen to hamen na bachaiyo
aaj doob jaayen to hamen na bachaiyo

hamen jo bachaiyo to o o
hamen jo bachaiyo to
khud bhi doob jaiyo
aaj rapat
aa ha aaj rapat jaayen to
hame na uthhaiyo
aaj phisal jaayen to hamen na uthhaiyo
aa ha
o ho
aa ha
o ho

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Devnagri script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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अरे अरे अरे
ना ना ना ना
ना ना ना ना आ

आज रपट जाएँ तो
हमें ना उठैय्यो
आज फिसल जाएँ तो
हमें ना उठैय्यो
हमें जो उठैय्यो तो ओ
हमें जो उठैय्यो तो
खुद भी रपट जैय्यो
हाँ
खुद भी फिसल जैय्यो
आज रपट
आ हा
आज रपट जाएँ तो
हमें ना उठैय्यो ओ

बरसात में थी कहाँ बात ऐसी
पहली बार बरसी बरसात ऐसी
बरसात में थी कहाँ बात ऐसी
पहली बार बरसी बरसात ऐसी
कैसी ये हवा चली
हाँ
पानी में आग लगी
हाँ
जाने क्या प्यास जगी रे ए
भीगा ये तेरा बदन
हा
जगाये मीठी चुभन
हा
नशे में झूमें ये मन रे ए
कहाँ हूँ मैं
मुझे भी ये होश नहीं आज

आ हा
ओ हो
आ हा
ओ हो
आज बहक जाएँ तो होश न दिलैय्यो
आज बहक जाएँ तो होश न दिलैय्यो
होश जो दिलैय्यो तो ओ ओ
होश जो दिलैय्यो तो
खुद भी बहक जैय्यो
आज रपट
आ हा
आज रपट जाएँ तो
हमें ना उठैय्यो ओ

बादल में बिजली बार बार चमके
दिल में मेरे आज पहली बार चमके
बादल में बिजली बार बार चमके
दिल में मेरे आज पहली बार चमके

हसीना डरी डरी
हा
बाहों में सिमट गयी
हा
सीने से लिपट गयी रे
तुझे तो आया मज़ा
हा
तुझे तो सूझी हंसी
हा
मेरी तो जान फँसी रे ए
जान जिगर किधर चली
नज़र चुरा के
आ हा
ओ हो
आ हा
ओ हो
बात उलझ जाए तो
आज ना सुलझैय्यो
बात उलझ जाए तो
आज ना सुलझैय्यो
बात जो सुलझैय्यो तो
खुद भी उलझ जैय्यो

आज रपट
आ हा
आज रपट जाएँ तो
हमें ना उठैय्यो ओ

बादल से छम छम
शराब बरसे
सांवरी घटा से
शबाब बरसे ए

बादल से छम छम
शराब बरसे ए
ओ सांवरी घटा से
शबाब बरसे ए

बूंदों की बजी पायल
हा
घटा ने छेदी ग़ज़ल
हा
ये रात गयी मचल रे ए
दिलों के राज़ खुले ए
हा
फिजा में रंग घुले ए
हा
जवान दिल खुलके मिले रे ए
होना था जो हुआ वही
अब डरना क्या
आ हा
ओ हो
आ हा
ओ हो
आज डूब जाए तो
हमें न बचैय्यो
आज डूब जाए तो
हमें न बचैय्यो

हमें जो बचैय्यो तो ओ ओ ओ ओ
हमें जो बचैय्यो तो
खुद भी डूब जैय्यो
आज रपट
आ हा
आज रपट जाएँ तो
हमें ना उठैय्यो
आज फिसल जाएँ तो
हमें ना उठैय्यो
आ हा
ओ हो
आ हा
ओ हो


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Blog Day: 4269 Post No.: 15497

“Mr Chakram”(1956) was produced by Sant Singh-Paachhi and directed by S P Bakshi for P S Films, Bombay. This “social” movie had Shyama, Ranjan, Roopmaala, Sundar, Om Prakash, Chandrashekhar, Randhrre, Kumkum, Ramesh Thakur, Abbaas, Tripathi, Ramlal, Kathhana, Mohan etc in it.

The movie had nine songs in it. One song has been covered in the past.

Here is the second song from the movie to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Nakshab is the lyricist. Music is composed by Husnlal Bhagatram.

The movie had six Asha Bhonsle solo and one Lata Mangeshkar solos, and one Rafi solo. I have a feeeling that all female solos were picturised on Shyama but I cannnot be sure as only the audio of the song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of the song.


Song-Ek gham ka din bhi aaya (Mr Chakram)(1956) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-J Nakshab, MD-Husnlal Bhagatram

Lyrics

ek gham ka din bhi aaya
do din ki zindagi mein
barbaad ho gaye hum
ae dil hansi hansi mein
ek gham ka din bhi aaya

ae chaand chaandni mein duniya basaaney waale
duniya basaaney waale
ae chaand chaandni mein duniya basaaney waale
duniya basaaney waale
lut’te hain besahaare
lut’te hain besaahare
taaron ki roshni mein
ek gham ka din bhi aaya
do din ki zindagi mein
barbaad ho gaye hum
ae dil hansi hansi mein
ek gham ka din bhi aaya

afsaane gham ke laakhon dhhaalenge hosh waale
dhhaalenge(?) hosh waale
afsaane gham ke laakhon dhhaalenge hosh waale
dhhaalenge(?) hosh waale
munh se nikal gayi hai
munh se nikal gayi hai
ek baat bekhudi mein
ek gham ka din bhi aaya
do din ki zindagi mein
barbaad ho gaye hum
ae dil hansi hansi me
ek gham ka din bhi aaya

itna nahin ke dil ki dhaaras bandhaaye koi
dhaaras bandhaaye koi
itna nahin ke dil ki dhaaras bandhaaye koi
dhaaras bandhaaye koi
jhhoothhi tasalliyaan bhi
jhoothhi tasalliyaan bhi
kaafi hain bekasi mein
ek gham ka din bhi aaya
do din ki zindagi mein
barbaad ho gaye hum
ae dil hansi hansi mein
ek gham ka din bhi aaya


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Blog Day: 4260 Post No.: 15483

“Choron Ka Chor”(1970) was produced and directed by Muhammad Hussain for M H Films, Bombay. This “stunt” movie had Dara Singh, Shabnam, Madan Puri, Shetty, Agha, Bhagwan, Roopesh Kumar, Jayshree T, Randheer, Meena, Neelam, Paro devi, Gul Hameed, Kamini Devi, Shefali, Jerry, Anjum, Dada Kurte, Moolchand, Dilip Daagi, Sabir, V Gopal, Vishwas Kunte, Master Ripple, Indira Bansal, Habeeb, Trilok Singh, Tier Abdullah etc in it.

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

Details of the three songs covered in the blog are :-

S N Song Song number in blog Date of posting
1 O mere dildaar arre na kar tu inkaar (Choron Ka Chor) 1681 26-July-2009
2 Patli qamar tirchhi nazar (Choron Ka Chor) 3632 9-March-2011
3 Dil dhhadka wohi shola phir bhhadka (Choron Ka Chor) 15400 23-January-2020

As can be seen from the above, the previous song from the movie was covered on 23 january 2020 and that was a blog century song cum Farooque Kaiser’s 100 th song in the blog as a lyricist. That song was a rare song.

Here is the fourth and final song from “Choron Ka Chor”(1970). This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Farooque Kaiser is the lyricist. Music is composed by Dattaram.

This song too is a rare song.

Only the audio of this song is available. It sounds like a club dance song. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.

With this song, all the songs of “Choron Ka Chor”(1970) are covered in the blog and the movie now joins the list of movies that have been YIPPEED in the blog.


Song-Ho tera mera pyaar dekh sabka dil jala (Choron Ka Chor)(1970) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Farooque Kaiser, MD-Dattaram

Lyrics

aayi sofiya

ho
ho tera mera pyaar dekh
sabka dil jala
chhup ke pyaar kar le
tera mera haal ek dil hai chulbula
chhup ke pyaar kar le
wai wai wai wai wai wai
tera mera pyaar dekh
sabka dil jala
chhup ke pyaar kar le
tera mera haal ek dil hai chulbula
chhup ke pyaar kar le

chale aa
chale aa
dil ye pukaare aa
mere dil meri jaan
mere sahaare aa
chale aa. . .
lute hum
mite hum
humko bacha le aa
chhod de saara jag
mere deewaane aa
chale aa. . .
chale aa
chale aa
dil ye pukaare aa
mere dil meri jaan
mere sahare aa
chale aa. . .
lute hum
mite hum
humko bacha le aa
chhod de saara jag
mere deewaane aa
chaale aa. . .
dil to hai
ab mujhe
dilruba
chaahiye
ho ho ho
ho ho ho ho
he he he he
aayi sofiya aa aa
ho tera mera pyaar dekh
sabka dil jala
chhup ke pyaar kar le
tera mera haal ek dil hai chulbula
chhup ke pyaar kar le

dheere se
dheere se
dil mein samaaye ja
koi ab dekhe na
jaadu jagaaye ja
dheere se. . .
wahi tum wahi hum
pyaar na hoga kam
jaaneman aa bhi ja
dil mein chhupa len hum
dheere se. . .
dheere se
dheere se
dil mein samaaye ja
koi ab dekhe na
jaadu jagaye ja
dheere se. . .
wahi tum wahi hum
pyaar na hoga kam
jaaneman aa bhi ja
dil mein chupa len hum
dheere se. . .
tu mujhe
mil gaya
aur kya
chaahiye

ho tera mera pyaar dekh
sabka dil jala
chhup ke pyaar kar le
tera mera haal ek dil hai chulbula
chhup ke pyaar kar le
ho ho ho
ho ho ho ho
he he he he

aayi sofiya aa aa
aayi sofiya aa aa
aayi sofiya aa aa aa

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

आ॰॰ई॰॰ सो॰॰फ़िया॰॰

हा॰ ॰ ॰
हो तेरा मेरा प्यार देख
सबका दिल जला
छुप के प्यार कर ले
तेरा मेरा हाल एक दिल है चुलबुला
छुप के प्यार कर ले
वई वई वई वई वई वई
हो तेरा मेरा प्यार देख
सबका दिल जला
छुप के प्यार कर ले
तेरा मेरा हाल एक दिल है चुलबुला
छुप के प्यार कर ले

चले आ
चले आ
दिल ये पुकारे आ
मेरे दिल मेरी जाँ
मेरे सहारे आ
चले आ
लुटे हम मिटे हम
हमको बचा ले आ
छोड़ दे सारा जग
मेरे दीवाने आ
चले आ
चले आ
चले आ
दिल ये पुकारे आ
मेरे दिल मेरी जाँ
मेरे सहारे आ
चले आ
लुटे हम मिटे हम
हमको बचा ले आ
छोड़ दे सारा जग
मेरे दीवाने आ
चले आ
दिल तो है
अब मुझे
दिलरुबा चाहिये
हो हो हो
हो हो हो हो
हे हे हे हे
आ॰॰ई॰॰ सो॰॰फ़िया॰॰
हो तेरा मेरा प्यार देख
सबका दिल जला
छुप के प्यार कर ले
तेरा मेरा हाल एक दिल है चुलबुला
छुप के प्यार कर ले

धीरे से
धीरे से
दिल में समाये जा
कोई अब देखे ना
जादू जगाए जा
धीरे से
वही तुम
वही हम
प्यार ना होगा कम
जानेमन आ भी जा
दिल में छुपा लें हम
धीरे से
धीरे से
धीरे से
दिल में समाये जा
कोई अब देखे ना
जादू जगाए जा
धीरे से
वही तुम
वही हम
प्यार ना होगा कम
जानेमन आ भी जा
दिल में छुपा लें हम
धीरे से
तू मुझे
मिल गया
और क्या
चाहिए
हो तेरा मेरा प्यार देख
सबका दिल जला
छुप के प्यार कर ले
तेरा मेरा हाल एक दिल है चुलबुला
छुप के प्यार कर ले

हो हो हो
हो हो हो हो
हे हे हे हे
आ॰॰ई॰॰ सो॰॰फ़िया॰ ॰ ॰
आ॰॰ई॰॰ सो॰॰फ़िया॰ ॰ ॰
आ॰॰ई॰॰ सो॰॰फ़िया॰॰आ॰ ॰ ॰


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Blog Day :

4256 Post No. : 15476 Movie Count :

4265

“Aashiaana”(1974), not to be confused with “Aashiaana”(1952) was directed by Saiyyad Hassan for Dev Kala International, Bobay. This obscure movie had Sunil Kumar, Neetu Singh, Harindra Chattopadhyay, RameshDev, Habiba Rahman, Khalid Almas Safdar, Dunlop, Hyderabadi etc with guest appearances by Jayshree T, Gajanan Jaageerdaar, Ratnamala, Suhail and Roopesh Kumar.

The movie had three songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Aashiaana”(1974) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Mahendra Kapoor. Neeraj is the lyricist. Music is composed by Hari-Arjun.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song which sounds like a cabarata dance song/ club dance song to me.

With this song, “Aashiaana”(1974) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Pyaar pukaare singaar pukaare (Aashiana)(1974) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Mahendra Kapoor, Lyrics-Neeraj, MD-Hari Arjun
Both

Lyrics

aaja na
pyaar pukaare singaar pukaare
bahaar pukaare
ho aa jaa naa
ho aa jaa naa
pyaas hai paani hai
aaha aaha
mast jawaani hai
aaha aaha
masti suhaani hai
aa jaa naa
ho o
aajaa naa
pyaar pukaare singaar pukaare
bahaar pukaare
ho aa jaa naa
ho aa jaa naa

ho o ang ang kamal phool phoole dekh
aa ke zara zulf meri chhoo le re
ho o o o
ang ang kamal phool phoole dekh
aa ke zara zulf meri chhoo le re
aaah
aaaaaa
roop hai raag hai
geet hai saaz hai
paani mein aag hai
aa jaa naa
ho aa jaa naa
pyaar pukaare singaar pukaare
bahaar pukaare
ho aa jaa naa
ho aa jaa naa

ho o o
reshmi chhaaon ye chhoote naa aa
pyaar ka sapna kabhi toote naa
o o
reshmi chhaaon ye chhoote naa aa
pyaar ka sapna kabhi toote naa

haa aa
haa aa
hahahahaha
rang tarang hai
phoolon ka sang hai
ang mein ang hai
aa jaa naa
ho o
aa jaa naa

ho o
pyaar pukaare singaar pukaare
bahaar pukaare
ho aa jaa naa
ho o aa jaa naa

ho o
ye phuhaar
haaye sahi jaaye na
baat kahoon aur kahi jaaye na
ho o
ye phuhaar
haaye sahi jaaye na
baat kahoon aur kahi jaaye na
na na
hmm hmm
na na
thhandi jalan hai re
meethhi chubhan hai re
teekhhi tapan hai re
aa jaa naa
ho o
aa jaa naa
pyaar pukaare singaar pukaare
bahaar pukaare
ho aa jaa naa
ho o aa jaa naa

ho o
doob ke aaj paar jaayenge ae

mar ke hum naya janam paayenge
ho o
doob ke aaj paar jaayenge ae
mar ke hum naya janam paayenge
tu man meet hai
praan hai preet hai
jeewan geet hai
aa ja na

ho o
aa jaa naa
pyaar pukaare singaar pukaare
bahaar pukaare
ho aa jaa naa
ho aa jaa naa
aa jaa naa


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