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3898 Post No. : 14944 Movie Count :

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

The movie had five songs in it.

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

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

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

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

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

Audio

Video

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

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

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

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

aa aa aa aa
ho ho
ho ho
ho ho

aa aa aa aa
ho ho
ho ho
ho ho

aa aa aa aa

hoyye ae ae ae

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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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 : 3896 Post No. : 14938

We had this post last year on the same date by Avinashji where he has written about the background of the movie “Woh Main Nahi”(1974). He has listed all the famous songs and movies of Navin Nischol. Most of the songs which I like are in that list.

So here’s a duet by Rafi and Asha Bhonsle which was written by Verma Malik. Music direction was by Sonik Omi. Visiting the movie after a full year on the occasion of Navin Nischol’s anniversary.


Song-Ise patli kamar mein na daal ke lahanga khisak jaayega (Woh Main Nahin)(1974) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Rafi, Lyrics-Verma Malik, MD-Sonik Omi
Male chorus
Female chorus

Lyrics

jhigi jhigi jhigi jhigi jhigi jhina
jhina na re

jhina re jhina ha aa
jhigi jhigi jhigi jhigi jhina re jhina
na re

jhina re jhina haa

hey jhoole jhoole jhoole re jhoole
jhoole re ae
jhool jhool jhool jhool jhool jhoole
hey hey ha haa

hey ae’
mera roop mera rang
mere chalne ke dhang
mera ik ik ang
jaise udti patang hai
aaaa
kayi tujhse malang karen ankhiyon ki jung
meri bholi si jawaani
in aashikon se tang hai
koi rakhta nazar
koi deta hai jigar
koi aahen bhar bhar kar mujhko pukaarta
haan
par tujhsa na dekha maine koi harjaayi
jo andar se marta hai
upar se maarta
arre kaisa tu mard jo hai dil ka sarad
uthh himmat dikha
zaraa saamne toh aa
aa aa
are aa na

hahahahaha
hahahaha

arri dhaai inch ki kamar hai teri
aur pandrah gaz ka lehenga aa aa
haay
chhil gayi kamar bos(?) ki jaisi
toh ye sauda padega mehanga
haan
ri isse patli kamar mein na daal
ke lehanga khisak jaayega
isse patli kamar mein na daal
ke lehanga khisak jaayega
teri umar ka naazuk saal
teri umar ka naazuk saal
uspe tu chale mor ki chaal
ke lahanga
ummm
ke lehenga khisak jaayega

haai haai
isse patli kamar mein na daal
ke lehanga khisak jaayega

arri samjhi

jaa re jaa re
tu dil ko zara sambhaal
nahin to dil michak jaayega
tu dil ko zara sambhaal
nahi to dil michak jaayega
main samajh gayi teri chaal
main samajh gayi teri chaal
ja buri nazar na daal
nahin to dil
hmmm
nahin to dil michak jaayega
ja buri nazar na daal
nahin to dil michak jaayega

nazar hai duniya ki buri
o zara sambhal ke rehna saanwri
nazar hai duniya ki buri
o zara sambhal ke rehna saanwri

o ho o o o
sambhal ke rehna aata hai
arre tu kyun jal jal jaata hai
yoon dil na todo
aji tum peechha chhodo
meri jaan idhar to aa ja
arre hatt ja ja
ja ja
isse kar de kisi ke naam
roop tera dhalak jaayega

haaye
isse kar de kisi ke naam
roop tera dhalak jaayega

ja buri nazar na daal
nahin to dil michak jaayega

bol de kya chaahta hai tu
arre milne kise aata hai tu
bol de kya chaahta hai tu
arre milne kise aata hai tu
oh ho o o
arri chaahta hoon deedaar ko
aur milne aaya yaar ko

kisne bulwaaya
o tujhko lene aaya
agar main shor machaaoon
uthha le jaaoon
jaaoon

phenkoon jo zulf ka jaal
jaal mein atak jaayega
phenkoon jo zulf ka jaal
jaal mein atak jaayega

haay haay
isse patli kamar mein na daal
ke lehenga khisak jaayega

arre hatt
rok na raahen
daal baahon mein baahen
main ungli pe nacha doon
tere chhakke chhuda doon
teri yahaan daal gale na
tera bhi zor chale na
mera gussa bura hai
mera ghoonsa bura hai
laga kar haath to dekho
chhuda kar haath to dekho
bahut dekhe hain aise
na dekhe mere jaise
tere jaise hain kaise
mere jaise hain aise
aise
aise
haan

hahahaaha


This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, 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 : 3892 Post No. : 14927

Today’s song is from the film ‘Hatimtai ki Beti’ (1955).

When I was very young and had just started taking interest in reading books and seeing films, I always felt that HATIMTAI is a girl’s name. This was because “Tai” in Marathi, means Didi in Hindi. It was only after I read the book “Arabian Night stories”, that I was surprised that Hatimtai was a Male name !

According to Wiki, Hatim-Al-Tai or Hatim-Al-Taeei was a 6th century Arabian Christian poet. He was adventurous and very generous. His name is mentioned in Arabian Night stories too. It seems a beautiful princess Husn Bano asked 7 questions and declared that she will marry only to whosoever answers these questions. A neighbouring king fell into her love and Hatimtai helped him find all the 7 answers. Hatim of Arabia was a Christian and a contemporary of prophet Mohammed, but they never met. He was famous for his generosity, wisdom, courage and hospitality. Later his son was converted to Islam.

Hatimtai’s story has always attracted the film makers from the silent movie times. There were 4 silent films titled “Hatimtai”. Then in 1933,first Talkie film ‘Hatimtai’ was made in 4 parts,each a separate full movie. ‘Son of Hatimtai’ was made twice and ‘Hatimtai ki beti’was also made twice. Hatimtai films had plenty of magic,adventure,dance and drama with humour. Among ” C” grade films, Hatimtai films were very popular. ‘Hatimtai ki Beti’was made in 1940 and 1955,both the films were directed by Nanubhai Vakil. In the 1940 film Sarojini,Indurani,Anil kumar etc were in the cast. That film was produced very lavishly by Sagar Movietone. In those days it cost them Rs. 1 Lakh 25 thousand rupees. The outdoor shooting was done in Agra and Fatehpur Shikri.

Hatimtai-55 was a partly coloured film. This was a period when the coloured films were still a novelty and not many films were made in colour. In fact most films were still in Black and White only. Today, after almost 65 years, when we see the old Black and White films, we get excited and feel that how soothing these films were to the eyes. The beauty of the Heroines seems more impressive. When one sees films of Madhubala in B/W and in Colour, one gets a feeling that B/W was much better. Of course, Nostalgia has a greater role in such feelings, I agree.

The film was made by Vakil Productions. Naturally the producer and Director was Nanubhai Vakil-the owner. Songs were written by Shevan Rizvi, except for just one song by Kaifi Azmi. The music was given by Nanubhai’s favourite MD- A R Qureshi who had given music to 18 films of Nanubhai vakil. Music director A.R. Qureshi (full name: Allah Rakha Qureshi , born April 29, 1919 in Phagal, in the Jammu district in Jammu and Kashmir state) was also a well-known tabla player and gave many performances on All-India Radio. He had left home as a teenager to study tabla with Mian Qadir Bakshi and entered films in 1943, sometimes billed as Allah Rakha. Among the the fantasy films he worked on are Flying Man (1947), Jadui Angoothi (1948), Sakhi Hatim(1955), Noor Mahal (1954), Hatimtai Ki Beti (1955), and Alladin Leila(1957). He gave music to 18 films, directed by Nanubhai Vakil.

In all he gave music to 40 films from 1943 to 1964. He even sang 14 songs in 7 films.

Shortly after Sim Sim Marjina in 1958, he left films ( except one film Idd ka chaand-64) and turned to classical music, touring with the famous Sitar Maestro Ravi Shankar throughout the 1960s and 70s as well as other musicians. In 1968 he collaborated with American jazz musician Buddy Rich, creating the album Rich a la Rakha.

He started the Alla Rakha Institute of Music in Bombay in 1985. His three sons, Zakir Hussain, Fazal Qureshi, and Taufiq Qureshi, are all tabla players.

A.R. Qureshi died on February 3, 2000.

For this film he had Damodar Sharma as his assistant. Sharma was one of the well known Music Directors of the early era films. Among the old era MDs, Damodar Sharma was different, in the sense that his songs were always unlike those of his contemporaries. When you hear his songs, you will notice that difference. From 1934 to 1948, he gave music to just 41 films. All his films were C grade films made by Paramount, Liberty, Ramnik Productions, Mohan Pictures and others. After 1948, he stopped getting films, so he worked as assistant to MD A.R.Qureshi till 1964.

Film Hatimtai ki Beti-55 had a cast of Chitra, Mahipal, Daljit, Krishnakumari, Kamal, Kammo, Kumkum, Helan, Heera Sawant Tun Tun, Maruti, Sundar, kesari, Niranjan Sharma, W M Khan etc. There were 4 Guest artistes also,including Al Nasir and Heeralal. With 5 specialist Dancers and 2 Heroines also dancing, the film had eye pleasing dances and good music too.

Actress Krishnakumari’s name appears here. She acted more in Stunt and costume films than social films. Krishna Kumari (not to be confused with the 1930s actress of the same name nor the south Indian actress T. Krishna Kumari) was born Rajinder Kaur in Rawalpindi, Punjab state (now part of Pakistan) on October 3, 1934. Occasionally playing the heroine in B-grade films including Vanraj (1952), Gorilla (1953) Black Rider (1960) State Express(1961) and Khush Naseeb (1964) she is probably much better known as a temptress or villain in the likes of Baghdad Ka Jadu (1956), Zimbo(1958), Police Station (1959), Lady of the Lake (1960), Jadoo Mahal(1962) or dozens of similar action, horror and fantasy films.

Her debut came in the film Bela-1947. Then she got film Girls School (1949), which also featured newcomers Geeta Bali and Shashikala, after which she appeared in Naao, which actually ended up in theatres first, releasing in 1948. Krishna Kumari’s career lasted 20 years, and during that time she managed to chalk up an impressive amount of credits, even if most of the pictures she made were not considered important by critics. She acted in 118 films.

The story of this film was………

HATIM TAI KI BETI-1955 was a costume drama set in the Arabian style mode. Produced by Nanubhai Vakil through his Vakil productions,it was directed by Nanubhai himself.The MD was A R Qureshi (Alla Rakha Qureshi,the famous Tabla player and father of Zakir Hussain,tabla maestro). His asst. was Damodar Sharma- in the 30s and 40s,he himself was a well known composer. The lyrics were by Shevan Rizvi( 8 songs) and Kaifi Azmi (2 songs).

It is imagined ( it is declared just before the credits) that Hatimtai had 2 daughters. The elder is Jahanara,the queen of Shahbad and the younger is Roshanara,who is known for feeding the poor and the needy always. The Shaitan(Devil ) and his assistant Badi (बदी) can not tolerate Roshan’s goodness. They come and poison the food she distributes. All,including the queen,become sick. However due to her goodness Imaan and Neki come and all recover. Then the Devil’s team poisons Jahanara’s mind and she imprisons Roshanara.

Meanwhile the neighbouring king of Turin proposes marriage of his elder son Salim with Roshan, but Jahanara wants to marry him. At the same time Salim’s younger brother Aslam also wants to marry Roshan, so Salim withdraws and Aslam is married to Jahanara( as Roshan). On the wedding night truth is revealed. Aslam is imprisoned but rescued by his friends.

Now Salim comes and is imprisoned by Jahanara. Aslam comes with army and rescues Salim and imprisons Jahanara. Roshanara comes and begs for pardon to repentant Jahanara.

King and queen of Turin arrive for the marriage,but Shaitan and Badi become snakes and bite Salim and others. Roshan Ara prays to God and due to her good work, Imaan and Neki arrive and revive everyone.

Finally Aslam and Jahanara and Salim and Roshanara get married.

Fortunately this is a video of the song and dance. The song has a good tune and is very melodious too. Enjoy….


Song-Humba humba humka duniya ghar hai gham ka (Hatimtai Ki Beti)(1955) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Shewan Rizvi, MD-A R Qureshy
Chorus

Lyrics

Humba humba humka
duniya ghar hai gham ka
Humba humba humka
duniya ghar hai gham ka

o o o
aahen aur ye naale
roye dil ke chhaale
aahen aur ye naale
roye dil ke chhaale
dekh tamaasha ??
duniya banaane waale
tarararara
Humba humba humka
duniya ghar hai gham ka
Humba humba humka
duniya ghar hai gham ka
Humba humba humka
duniya ghar hai gham ka

Humba humba humka
duniya ghar hai gham ka
Humba humba humka
duniya ghar hai gham ka

aa a aa
lalalaralala la
lalalaralala
o laralalalaraa
laralaralara

Humba humba humka
duniya ghar hai gham ka
Humba humba humka
duniya ghar hai gham ka

dekhi duniya teri
kaisi hai duniya teri
dekhi duniya teri
kaisi hai duniya teri
jismein kahin insaaf na paaya
duniya banaane waale
tarararara
Humba humba humka
duniya ghar hai gham ka
Humba humba humka
duniya ghar hai gham ka

Humba humba humka
duniya ghar hai gham ka
Humba humba humka
duniya ghar hai gham ka

aaaa
tatatarararraa
tatatarararraa
aa aa
laralalalalara
laralalalalara

Humba humba humka
duniya ghar hai gham ka

kya yoonhi mar jaayen
?? kar jaayen
kya yoonhi mar jaayen
?? kar jaayen
??
tu itna bata de
ham kahaan par jaayen
aa aa aa
Humba humba humka
duniya ghar hai gham ka
Humba humba humka
duniya ghar hai gham ka

Humba humba humka
duniya ghar hai gham ka
Humba humba humka
duniya ghar hai gham ka

o o o
tu hai ya begaana
kaun sune afsaana
tu hai ya begaana
kaun sune afsaana
teri ye duniya
?? bataaye
tujhko raham na aayi
hahahaha
Humba humba humka
duniya ghar hai gham ka
Humba humba humka
humba
Humba humba humka
humba
Humba humba humka
humba
Humba humba humka
humba
Humba humba humka
humba
Humba humba humka
humba
Humba humba humka
humba
Humba humba humka
humba
Humba humba humka
humba
Humba humba humka
humba


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 : 3890 Post No. : 14923

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2009-19) – Song No. 16
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15 songs have been covered so far in the ‘ten-year challenge’ on the blog so far and this will be the 16th post in the series.

As we proceed in this journey, it is getting more and more interesting at least as far as I am concerned. I was not associated with the blog ten years ago, so my browsing through the blog for posts of those days give me an interesting singh on the way posts were appearing on the blog ten year ago. My first comment on the blog would appear on the blog on 15.09.2009.

This process of visiting or revisiting or re-revisiting brings back memories associated with those movies or songs that were covered those days. Some of these movies are those which I have watched when I was growing and some are when I was already a grown up (:) ) person, like from 1989 onwards.

Coming back to the movies of songs that were presented on 13.03.2009 we have the following list;

‘Naiyya-1979’
‘Zakhmee-1975’
‘Saajan-1969’
‘Chitchor-1976’
‘Parwaana-1971’
‘Haqeeqat-1964’
‘Bandhan-1940’
‘Dushman-1939’

All the movies except ‘Saajan-1969’ have achieved ‘all songs covered’ (Yippeeee:) ) status on the blog.

I remember to have watched ‘Saajan-1969’ either during mid-seventies or in late seventies. And since then two songs from this movie were always in my memory and nostalgic for me. Both of these songs viz. ‘resham ki dori’ and ‘saajan saajan pukaaroon galiyon mein’ have already been posted on the blog.

Today’s song is a classical based song where Asha Parekh is performing on a stage. Watching this reminds me of many of her classical dance-based performances in other movies, and which I think were a regular feature in the movies she acted in given her prowess in classical dance.

When I initially checked the songs from ‘Saajan-1969’ I thought I had come across a longer version of this song (or maybe I am mistaken) , but finally at the time of drafting this article I could locateonly a shorter video link.
However, I looked for the audio of this song which has two stanzas, though only one stanza is there in the in movie available online. Knowledgeable readers are requested to throw more light on this. Or maybe, I guess, this song was edited in the movie.

‘Saajan-1969’ was produced and directed by Mohan Sehgal for ‘Delux Films, Bombay’. It had Asha Parekh, Manoj Kumar, Om Prakash, Shabnam, Sulochana, Madan Puri, Jagirdar, Sapru, Raj Mehra, S.P. Sinha, Jankidas, Brahm Bharadwaj, Shammi, Lata Bose, Murad, Iftekhar, Ratan Gaurang, Mirajkar, Parasram, and Narmada Shankar.

This movie had total seven tracks including one music track and one multiple version song. All songs in this movie were written by Anand Bakshi and music was composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal.
So far four songs (including one multiple version song) from this movie have been covered.

Today’s song is the fifth song from this movie being posted and that would leave us with only one song remaining to be posted from this movie to take it to the ‘Yippeeee land’ 🙂 (however this remaining song doesn’t seem to be available either on video or audio, we need to search and check or knowledgeable readers can advice and throw more light on this)

Let us now enjoy today’s song …

Audio (Full)

Video (Partial)

Song-Baansuri tihaari Nandlal (Saajan)(1969) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

Baansuri tihaari Nandlal
Bani mori sautaniyaa
Baansuri tihaari Nandlal
Bani mori sautaniyaa
Ye paas tere bairan
Hoon door main sajaniyaa
Baansuri tihaari Nandlal
Bani mori sautaniyaa
Baansuri tihaari Nandlal
Bani mori sautaniyaa

Bansi ko tu honthhon se lagaaye
Bansi ko tu honthhon se lagaaye
Man tadpaaye
Mora jee tarsaaye
Kaahe ko maine tose neha lagaaye ae
Kaahe ko maine tose neha lagaaye
Ye jag maine chhoda
Bani main joganiya
Baansuri
Baansuri ee
Baansuri tihaari Nandlal
Bani mori sautaniyaa
Baansuri tihaari Nandlal
Bani mori sautaniyaa

Kehne lage hain mohe birhan saare
Kehne lage hain mohe birhan saare
Ye do naina more birhaa ke maare
Baat nihaare teri saanj sakhaare ae
Baat nihaare teri saanj sakhaare
O raat bhar jaagoon main ban ke chandaniya
Baansuri
Baansuri ee
Baansuri tihaari Nandlal
Bani mori sautaniyaa
Ye paas tere bairan
Hoon door main sajaniyaa
Baansuri tihaari Nandlal
Bani mori sautaniyaa
Mori sautaniyaa
Mori sautaniyaa
Baansuri tihaari Nandlal
Bani mori sautaniyaa

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Devnagri Script lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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बांसुरी तिहारी नन्दलाल
बनी मोरी सौतनिया
बांसुरी तिहारी नन्दलाल
बनी मोरी सौतनिया
ये पास तेरे बैरन
हूँ दूर मैं सजनिया
बांसुरी तिहारी नन्दलाल
बनी मोरी सौतनिया
बांसुरी तिहारी नन्दलाल
बनी मोरी सौतनिया

बंसी को तू होंठों से लगाए
बंसी को तू होंठों से लगाए
मन तडपाये
मोरा जी तरसाए
काहे को मैंने तोसे नेहा लगाए ए
काहे को मैंने तोसे नेहा लगाए
ये जग मैंने छोड़ा
बनी मैं जोगनिया
बांसुरी
बांसुरी ई
बांसुरी तिहारी नन्दलाल
बनी मोरी सौतनिया
बांसुरी तिहारी नन्दलाल
बनी मोरी सौतनिया

कहने लगे हैं मोहे बिरहन सारे
कहने लगे हैं मोहे बिरहन सारे
ये दो नैना मोरे बिरहा के मारे
बाट निहारे तेरी सांज सखारे ए
बाट निहारे तेरी सांज सखारे
ओ रात भर जागु मैं बन के चंदनिया
बांसुरी
बांसुरी ई
बांसुरी तिहारी नन्दलाल
बनी मोरी सौतनिया
ये पास तेरे बैरन
हूँ दूर मैं सजनिया
बांसुरी तिहारी नन्दलाल
बनी मोरी सौतनिया
मोरी सौतनिया
मोरी सौतनिया
बांसुरी तिहारी नन्दलाल
बनी मोरी सौतनिया


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 : 3885 Post No. : 14913

Today 8th March (2019) is the ninety-eighth ‘birth anniversary’ (08.03.1921 – 25.10.1980) of Sahir Ludhianvi. Imagine, in another two years it will be his birth centenary celebrations and we can say that ‘sau saal pehle is sarzameen par ‘Sahir’ ka janam huaa tha’…

Regulars on this blog are well aware that already much has been written about Sahir Ludhianvi on this blog and other sources, and as mentioned by me in one of my earlier posts people are still exploring ‘Sahir’ in their own way. Many researches have been done and still continuing about Sahir and his poems.

I have mentioned in one of my earlier posts that we know Sahir Ludhianvi as a poet of the highest quality, a romantic at heart, and a rebel.
But for me, he was much more than this.

For me he was a truly secular individual, a humanitarian, and a motivational philosopher. There were many aspects to Sahir’s poetry and writing.

He has in his poems talked about Women’s issues and raised his concerns over their ‘plight’ in the Society and how women are still subjected to insult, exploitation, torture which is still prevailing around us. The issues Sahir wrote about and had concerns about are still relevant since years and years and on …

While Sahir has given us many memorable ‘romantic songs’ he has also given us many memorable or ‘immortal’, bhajans which lead us to the world of the sublime, to introspect within ourselves. His many motivational songs can inspire people and have been a source of motivation to many like me in this journey of life. They will continue to be so if someone listen to them with interest and also studies life and times of Sahir in right earnest.

In today’s post I have a lovely song penned by Sahir touching the ‘romantic’ side of his poetry and presenting one of those many many lovable and beautiful songs which Sahir Ludhianvi has written.

Today’s song is from the ‘1980’ movie ‘Insaaf Ka Taraazu’.

‘Insaaf Ka Taraazu-1980’ was produced and directed by B.R. Chopra for his home production ‘B.R. Films, Bombay’.

Ravi Chopra was the Associate Producer for this movie.

It had Zeenat Aman, Raj Babbar (new discovery), Deepak Parashar (new discovery), Padmini Kolhapure, Shreeram Lagoo, Simi Garewal, Iftekhar, Jagdish Raj, Vijay Sharma, Prem Sagar and Sunil Dhawan.

Om Shivpuri, Sujit Kumar, Yunus Parvez, Sudha Shivpuri, and Hiralal make a ‘guest appearance’ in this movie.

Dharmendra makes a ‘special appearance’ in this movie.

This movie had four songs written by Sahir Ludhianvi and composed by Ravindra Jain. Asha Bhonsle, Hemlata and Mahendra Kapoor gave their voices to the songs in this movie.

Story, Screenplay and Dialogues for this movie were written by Shabd Kumar. S.B. Mane was the Chief Editor for this movie, while R.P. Bapat was the Associate Editor.

Two songs from this movie have been posted earlier on this blog as given below;

Song Title Post Date
Insaaf ka taraazu 27.09.2013
Log aurat ko faqat jism samajh lete hain 08.03.2017

Today we are going to enjoy the third song of this movie sung by Asha Bhonsle and Mahendra Kapoor.

Lyrics are by Sahir Ludhianvi and music composed by Ravindra Jain as mentioned above.

Incidentally, and this I noted today only while drafting this post and going through the HFGK Vol-V, this movie was passed by Censor Board (or the certificate was issued on) on 25.10.1980.
Sahir Ludhianvi passed on the same day 25.10.1980. I am not aware if the movie was also released in theatres on the same day.

Let us now listen to this song of eternal – everlasting love …

Video

Song-Hazaar khwaab haqeeqat ka roop le lenge (Insaaf Ka Taraazu)(1980) Singers-Mahendra Kapoor, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Sahir Ludhianvi, MD-Ravindra Jain
Both

Lyrics

Hazaar khwaab
Haqeeqat ka roop le lenge
Hazaar khwaab
Haqeeqat ka roop le lenge
Magar ye shart hai tum
Muskuraa ke haan keh do o o
Muhabbaton mein hai donon ka
Ek hi matlab
Muhabbaton mein hai donon ka
Ek hi matlab
Adaa se na kaho ya
Muskuraa ke haan keh do o o

Hazaar khwaab
Haqeeqat ka roop le ae lenge

Hazaar khwaab
Bahaaron ke aur sitaaron ke
Tumhaare saath meri zindagi mein
Aaye hain
Tumhaari baahon ke jhoole mein
Jhoolne ke liye
Machal machal ke mere ang
Gun gunaaye hain

Ho o
Ye saare shauq
Saare shauq
Ye saare shauq
Sadaaqat ka roop le lenge
Magar ye shart hai tum
Muskuraa ke haan keh do o o
Hazaar khwaab
Haqeeqat ka roop le lenge

Bharegi maang tumhaari
Wo din bhi kya hoga
Sajegi sej hawaaon ki
Saans mehkegi
Tum apne haath se sarkaaoge
Mera aanchal
Ajeeb aag mere
Tan badan mein dehkegi

Ho o
Ye saare shauq
Saare shauq
Ye saare shauq
Sadaaqat ka roop le lenge
Magar ye shart hai tum
Muskuraa ke haan keh do o
Hazaar khwaab
Haqeeqat ka roop le lenge

Ho o o o o
Aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa aa aa aahaa
Aa aa aa aa aa aa aa aa

Main apni zulfon ke saaye
Bichhaaungi tum par

Main tumpe apni jawaan
Dhadkanen lutaaunga
Main subah tum ko jagaaungi
Lab pe lab rakh kar

Main tumko bheench ke kuchh aur
Paas laaunga
Ho o
Ye saare shauq
Saare shauq
Ye saare shauq
Sadaaqat ka roop le ae lenge

Magar ye shart hai tum
Muskuraa ke haan keh do o o
Muhabbaton mein hai donon ka
Ek hi matlab
Adaa se na kaho

Ya aa
Muskuraa aa ke haan keh do
Hazaar khwaab
Haqeeqat ka roop le lenge ae

(Meaning of Sadāqat – True or sincere friendship; love, affection; friendliness; sincerity, candour; loyalty, fidelity; truth)

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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हज़ार ख्वाब
हकीकत का रूप ले लेंगे
हज़ार ख्वाब
हकीकत का रूप ले लेंगे
मगर ये शर्त है तुम
मुस्कुरा के हाँ कह दो
मुहब्बतों में है दोनों का
एक ही मतलब
मुहब्बतों में है दोनों का
एक ही मतलब
अदा से ना कहो या
मुस्कुरा के हाँ कह दो ओ ओ

हज़ार ख्वाब
हकीकत का रूप ले ए लेंगे

हज़ार ख्वाब
बहारों के और सितारों के
तुम्हारे साथ मेरी ज़िन्दगी में
आये हैं
तुम्हारी बाहों के झूले में
झूलने के लिए
मचल मचल के मेरे अंग
गुन गुनाए हैं

हो ओ ओ ओ
ये सारे शौक़
सारे शौक़
ये सारे शौक़
सदाक़त का रूप ले लेंगे
मगर ये शर्त है तुम
मुस्कुरा के हाँ कह दो ओ ओ
हज़ार ख्वाब
हकीकत का रूप ले लेंगे

भरेगी मांग तुम्हारी
वो दिन भी क्या होगा
सजेगी सेज हवाओं की
सांस महकेगी
तुम अपने हाथ से सरकार्ओगे
मेरा आँचल
अजीब आग मेरे
तन बदन में देह्केगी

हो ओ
ये सारे शौक़
सारे शौक़
ये सारे शौक़ सदाक़त का रूप ले लेंगे
मगर ये शर्त है तुम
मुस्कुरा के हाँ कह दो ओ ओ
हज़ार ख्वाब
हकीकत का रूप ले लेंगे

हो ओ ओ ओ ओ
आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ आ आहा
आ आ आ आ आ आ आ

मैं अपनी जुल्फों के साए
बिछाउंगी तुम पर

मैं तुमपे अपनी जवाँ
धड़कने लुटाऊंगा
मैं सुबह तुमको जगाऊंगी
लब पे लब रख कर

मैं तुमको भींच के कुछ पास लाऊंगा
हो ओ ओ ओ
ये सारे शौक़
सारे शौक़
ये सारे शौक़ सदाक़त का रूप ले लेंगे

मगर ये शर्त हा तुम
मुस्कुरा के हाँ कह दो ओ ओ
मुहब्बतों में है दोनों का
एक ही मतलब
अदा से ना कहो

या आ
मुस्कुरा के हाँ कह दो ओ ओ
हज़ार ख्वाब
हकीकत का रूप ले लेंगे ए


This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, 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 : 3874 Post No. : 14894

The New Theatres Ltd.(NT) has given some outstanding and famous directors to the Hindi film industry who got fame on an all-India level. A couple of them got recognition in the international level also. I list below a few of them:

Debaki Bose was known for his films like ‘Chandidas’ (Bengali, 1932), ‘Puran Bhagat’ (1933), ‘Seeta’ (1934), ‘Vidyapati’ (1937). ‘Nartaki’ (1940) etc. Kidar Sharma called him the ‘Dronacharya of film making’. He was the first director who used background music. Probably, he was also the first Indian film director who was honoured with a Certificate of Merit for his direction of the film ‘Seeta’ (1933) at Cannes Film Festival.

Nitin Bose was known for the use of his magical camera angle in the films he directed. His camera angles spoke more than the dialogues. Some of the notable films he directed was ‘Chandidas’ (Hindi, 1934), ‘Dhoop Chhaaon’ (1935), ‘President’ (1937), ‘Dharti Mata’ (1938), ‘Milan’ (1946), ‘Deedar’ (1951), ‘Waaris’ (1954), ‘Ganga Jamuna’ (1961) etc. He was the first to experiment with playback singing in his film ‘Dhoop Chhaaon’ (1935). He got the idea when he saw Pankaj Mullick singing in tandem with a song which he was playing on his gramophone record player.

P C Barua, though not originally from NT, got name and fame when he joined NT and directed ‘Devdas’ (1935). He directed some other films like ‘Manzil’ (1936), ‘Mukti’ (1937), ‘Zindagi’ (1940), ‘Jawaab’ (1942), ‘Subah-Shaam’ (1944) etc. He was the first director who used ‘flash back’ technique in ‘Roop Lekha’ (1934).

Bimal Roy started his filmy career as Assistant to P C Barua in cinematography, editing and direction. He was the Cinematographer for films like ‘Devdas’ (1935), Mukti’ (1937), ‘Haar Jeet’ (1940), ‘Meenakshi’ (1942) etc. He got his first assignment as director in NT when he directed ‘Hamraahi’ (1945). Other well-known films which he directed include ‘Parineeta’ (1953), ‘Do Bigha Zameen’ (1953), ‘Devdas’ (1955), ‘Madhumati’ (1958), ‘Sujata’ (1959), “Bandini’ (1963). ‘Do Bigha Zameen’ (1953)’ was critically acclaimed and won a prize at Cannes Film Festival. ‘Madhumati’ (1958) got a total of 9 ‘Filmfare’ awards.

Name of a well-known director from NT is missing from the above list. I have chosen him in this article for his detailed profile. And he is Phani Majumdar.

Phani Majumdar (28/12/1911-16/05/1994) was born in Faridkot in Bengal Presidency (now in Bangla Desh). After his graduation in 1930, Phani Majumdar worked as a typist in a company. His connection with films started when he joined as Stenographer to P C Barua in Barua Studio sometime in 1932. Later he became his Assistant Director in ‘Devdas’ (1935) and ‘Mukti’ (1937). He was a script-writer for ‘Abhagin’ (1938).

Phani Majumdar got his opportunity to debut as director in ‘Street Singer’ (1938) with K L Saigal and Kanan Devi in lead roles. This film is regarded as classical musical melodrama like ‘Devdas’ (1935). His debut film was highly successful at the box office. With this film, K L Saigal and Kanan Devi reached the pinnacle of their filmy career as actor-singer.

After successfully directing ‘Kapal Kundala’ (1939) for NT, Phani Majumdar shifted his base to Bombay (Mumbai) sometime in 1941. But working as a free-lance director was not a cakewalk for him especially at a time when there was scarcity of raw films, getting actors for the films who were mostly studio attached and the studio time for shooting. But due to his fame as a director of ‘Street Singer’ (1938) and also his friendly nature, he could overcome the initial obstacles.

Luck favoured Phani Majumdar. Chimanlal Trivedi had closed down his film production company, CIRCO Productions and had set up a new banner, Laxmi Productions. He engaged Phani Majumdar for directing his first film ‘Tamanna’ (1942) under the new banner. From the cast and crew of the film, it would appear that Phani Majumdar had a free hand in selecting them. Apart from actors for the film like Leela Desai, Jagdish Sethi, K C Dey who were earlier attached to NT, he had engaged 7 technicians from Bengal for the film. This was the first film in Mumbai for Leela Desai.

‘Filmindia’, in its review of ‘Tamanna’ (1942) while lauding the performances of Jairaj, Leela Desai, Jagdish Sethi and K C Dey, was critical of the direction by Phani Majumdar. However, some of the film producers seemed to have a different views. The result was that Phani Majumdar was flooded with new assignments as director for ‘Mohabbat’ (1943), ‘Rajkumar’ (1944) and ‘Meena’ (1944). Thereafter, he produced and directed ‘Devdasi’ (1945), Insaaf’ (1946) and ‘Door Chalen’ (1946). He also directed an off-beat film ‘Hum Bhi Insaan Hain’ (1948) starring Dev Anand and Ramola.

In the early 1950s, Phani Majumdar directed ‘Andolan’ (1951) which was virtually a documentary type film depicting the history of the Indian National Congress since its inception in 1885 until 1947 and India’s freedom struggle. Thereafter, he directed Bombay Talkies’ ‘Tamasha’ (1952) and ‘Baadbaan’ (1954), the latter being actually produced by the Bombay Talkies Workers Cooperatives. Both these films were critically acclaimed though they were not successful in terms of box office receipts. Shakti Samanta assisted Phani Majumdar in both these films in direction as also in dialogues/script writing.

During 1955-59, Phani Majumdar joined Shaws’ Malay Films Productions, Singapore. During this period, he directed 11 films in Malay, Chinese and English languages. He directed the first Eastman Colour film in Malay language, ‘Hang Tuah’ (1956). The film won awards in the Asian Film Festival held in Hong Kong in 1957 and was nominated for the Golden Berlin Bear in Berlin International Film Festival, 1957. The prominent Malaysian film maker, Jamir Sulong assisted Phani Majumdar in his 6 out of 8 films he directed in Singapore.

After returning to India in 1959, he directed successful films like ‘Aarti’ (1962), ‘Oonche Log’ (1965) and ‘Aakashdeep’ (1965). In all, he directed 26 feature films in Hindi during 1938-1989. He wrote the scripts for most of his films which he directed. In addition, he also directed a few Children’s films and films in other languages like Bengali, Punjabi, Magadhi, Maithili, Malay, Chinese, English etc. Towards the end of his filmy career, he directed a few TV serials in Kolkata.

Phani Majumdar left for heavenly abode on May 16, 1994 at the age of 83. He was married to actress Monica Desai, the younger sister of actress Leela Desai.

Phani Majumdar mostly directed films which were acclaimed as creator of social consciousness. One of such films he directed was ‘‘Dhobi Doctor’ (1954). The film was produced under the banner of Ranjit Movietone. The star cast included Kishore Kumar and Usha Kiran in the lead role supported by Kanhaiyalal, Gautam, Krishnakant, Nazira Begum, Shivraj, Usha Rani, Master Jagdeep, Baby Asha Parekh etc

The gist of the story of the film based on the film’s review in January 24, 1954 issue of ‘Filmfare’ and the song book of the film is as under:

Ramu (childhood roe played by Jagdeep) is the son of a poor Dhobi, Mahadeo. Ramu is smart and intelligent. His elder sister, Lakshmi is very proud of her younger brother. Every evening, Lakshmi walks through the fields to pick him up from the school for back home.

One day, Lakshmi falls ill. Mahadeo has no money to bring doctor to the village. Having ranked top in his class in the school examination, Ramu has to attend to a prize distribution ceremony. But Lakshmi cannot accompany him as she is ill. After the prize distribution ceremony, Ramu returns home quickly to show his Didi the books he received as the prize. He finds that his Didi is dead. Choked with grief, he asks his father as to why Didi died. Mahadeo has no answer except that he was so poor that he could not afford to call a doctor. The broken-hearted Ramu vows that he would become a doctor and treat free the poor in the village.

Mahadeo works hard to earn more money for the fulfillment of Ramu’s dream. In the school, Ramu is taunted by some of his rich classmates for a dream of a poor Ramu of becoming a doctor but he is indifferent to the taunts. Ramu’s hard work and his father’s struggle bring fruits. He finishes his school with good performance and gets admitted to the medical college.

Ramu’s aptitude for medical studies attracts attention of the Vice- Principal, Professor Tripathi. He takes a greater interest in Ramu’s studies. Ramu becomes a doctor. Professor Tripathi helps him further in his practice by placing his laboratory at Ramu’s disposal. He also allows Ramu to study in his residence since his house in the village is far-off. Professor Tripathi has a young daughter, Uma (Usha Kiran) who plays pranks with Ramu. Gradually, Uma falls in love with Ramu. However, he is shy to reciprocate the love. Moreover, he is aware that he is the son of a poor Dhobi and Uma is the daughter of a rich father. There is struggle between his heart and realities of the situation. However, at the end, they unite after overcoming the stumbling block of the society.

‘Dhobi Doctor’ (1954) had 7 songs of which one song has been covered in the Blog. Interestingly, out of the 7 songs as many as 6 songs are solo songs of Asha Bhonsle. The remaining one song is sung by Kishore Kumar. All the songs were written jointly by Ali Sardar Jafri and Majrooh Sutanpuri and were composed by Khayyam.

I am presenting one of the remaining six songs from the film which is a rare one. The song is ‘taaron se akhiyaan milaaun main’ sung by Asha Bhonsle. When I first heard this song, I was surprised to note that the composition as well as the orchestrations of the song sounded like that of O P Nayyar. The fact is that when Khayyam composed the music for this song, O P Nayyar had not established himself as the music director of repute to copy his style of music. He came into prominence only after a runaway success of ‘Aar Paar’ (1954) and its songs. But the film ‘Dhobi Doctor’ (1954) was released on January 19, 1954, about 4 months before the release of ‘Aar Paar’ (1954).

Enjoy this song of Khayyam in the style of O P Nayyar.

Note: The information on Phani Majumdar is mainly from indiancine.ma, ‘Filmindia’ magazines, ‘Film Pictorial’- April 1945 issue and inputs from newspapers.

Audio Clip :

Song-Taaron se ankhiyaan milaaun main (Dhobi Doctor)(1954) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Khayyam

Lyrics

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hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm
taaron se
taaron se ankhiyaan milaaun main
chanda ko sajna banaaun main
taaron se
taaron se ankhiyaan milaaun main
chanda ko sajna banaaun main
taaron se

shaam ki bahaaron mein
jhoomte nazaaron mein
naachoongi titliyaan ban ke
shaam ki bahaaron mein
jhoomte nazaaron mein
nachoongi titliyaan ban ke
chaandni ki chhaanv mein
dolti hawaaon mein
gaaungi koyaliyaa ban ke
dil na kisi se lagaaun main
chanda ko sajna banaaun main
taaron se
taaron se ankhiyaan milaaun main
chanda ko sajna banaaun main
taaron se

ankhiyon ko mal ke gaaungi machal ke
birha ke geet jhoothh moothh ke
ankhiyon ko mal ke gaaungi machal ke
birha ke geet jhoothh moothh ke
kahin bhi na jaaungi
abhi roothh jaaungi
aa ke man jaaungi roothh ke
dil na kisi se lagaaun main
chanda ko sajna banaaun main
taaron se
taaron se ankhiyaan milaaun main
chanda ko sajna banaaun main
taaron se
hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm


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Blog Day : 3872 Post No. : 14891

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2009-19) – Song No. 8
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When our dear Atul ji recently started an ‘innovative’ initiative under the ‘ten-year challenge’ or ‘Blog ten-year challenge’ I had mentioned it in my comments on the ‘first song’ in this series that, I would try to share lyrics if not articles as possible in this series. I had also mentioned that I could see a few opportunities for me in the coming days of this month. That was because I was browsing the posts of February’2009 on my own.

Today I have this opportunity to share a ‘song post’ under this series. And since its from ‘seventies’ I am happy to share it here.

Ten years back, on this day i.e. on 23rd February 2009, we had songs from the movies ‘Rajkumar-1964’, ‘Milan-1967’, ‘Chor Machaaye Shor-1974’, ‘Call Girl-1974’, ‘Badi Bahan-1949’, and ‘Dushman-1939’ posted on the blog. All the moves mentioned above, except ‘Call Girl-1974’ have already had all their songs posted on the blog and in turn achieved ‘Yippeeee’ ed status on the blog. 🙂

So, we have ‘Call Girl-1974’ remaining to be covered for all songs on the blog. And so far, only one song of this movie has been posted on the blog. And, I think that the one song posted was the only well-known song from the movie or we can say that the movie is identified with this one song only i.e. ‘ulfat me zamaane ki har rasm ko thukraao’ sung by Kishore Kumar.

However, when I was going through the songs available from this movie and song list of this movie in HFGK-Vol-V, I found that the above song is actually a ‘multiple version song’ sung by Kishore Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar. So, I am also sharing the Lata Version for this song separately and requesting Atul ji to kindly update it in the post please. This song was posted on 23rd February 2009 and there was only comment on it on the same day by Greta Memsaab. The second comment was by Mr. Chandrakant H Shah on 08th Dec’2016 and he had mentioned about this song being a multiple version song. However somehow this has been remained to be updated.

I too remember this song ‘ulfat me zamaane ki har rasm ko thukraao’ as a Kishore Kumar song only and I think the version was not that much popular then. I had not watched this movie until now, so can’t say much about that. Except I vaguely remember to have heard this Kishore Kumar song on radio frequently and thereafter its memory was revived when I had started collecting cassettes in 1985-86. In 1987-88 after the death of Kishore Kumar HMV has released an album titled ‘A tribute to the Legend’ (it was a four-cassette set) and this song was included in this album.

As per HFGK listing of songs of this movie the Lata Mangeshkar version appears first (at number 3 in the movie) and the Kishore Kumar version appears later (at number five in the movie).

‘Call Girl-1974’ was directed by Vijay Kapoor for Mukesh Movies, Bombay. It was produced by Mukesh Khanna.

It had Zahira, Vikram, Iftekhar, Urmila Bhatt, Shekhar Purohit, Minoo Mehtab, Reddi, Mansaram, Satyajeet, Shefali, Jankidas and Kuljeet.
Heena Kausar make a special appearance in this movie.

Jalal Agha and Nazneen, Krishan Dhawan and Paintal have friendly appearances in this movie. Story of this movie was by Mukesh Movies Story Department. Editing of this movie was done by B.S. Glaad. Screenplay and dialogues of this movie were written by K. A. Abbas.

This movie had total seven songs including one multiple version song and one cabaret dance music. All the songs in this movie were written by Naqsh Lyallpuri and music was composed by Sapan-Jagmohan. Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar and Ranu Mukherjee who gave their voices to the songs in this movie had one solo song each, and there was one duet sung by Asha Bhonsle and Kishore Kumar and one by Kishore Kumar and Ranu Mukherjee.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 28.05.1974 with restricted viewing certificate (A).

Since I have not watched this movie, I can’t say much about it or the songs from this movie. I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on this movie and its songs.

Let us now enjoy the today’s song which is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Kishore Kumar and picturized on Vikram and Zahira.

The song is a nice one though it must not be popular or heard that much as the other song from this movie.

Video

Audio

Song-Ham hain jahaan wo pyaar ki mehki dagar hai (Call Girl)(1974) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Naqsh Llayalpuri, MD-Sapan Jagmohhan
Both

Lyrics

laa laa la laa
laa laa la laa
laa laa la laa aa
laa laa la laa
laa laa la laa
laa laa la laa aa
la la laa laa la laa aa
la la laa laa la laa aa
la la laa laa la laa aa

la la laa
ham hai jahaan wo pyaar ki
mehki dagar hai
saathi mere ye to bataa
jaana kidhar hai
ghataaon ke taley
achchha
jahaan tu le chaley
haan haan
jidhar tu le chaley
ghataaon ke taley
jahaan tu le chaley
jidhar tu le chaley ae

bolo tumhe ae
kya naam doon
arey laa laa la laa aa
dil ye kahe meri
pehli hansi ho tum
jis pe loota gulshan mera
aisi kali ho tum
bolo tumhe ae
kya naam doon

laa laa la laa aa
pyaar ki dharti pe
phaila gagan ho tum
jispe khiley sapne mere
aisa chaman ho tum

muskuraate milenge ae
jahaan bhi milenge ham

ham hai jahaan wo pyaar ki
mehki dagar hai
laa la la laa aa aa
saathi mere ye to bataa
jaana kidhar hai
ghataaon ke taley
aha haa
jahaan tu le chaley
he he
jidhar tu le chaley
ghataaon ke taley
jahaan tu le chaley
jidhar tu le chaley ae

haan aa
dil ki kahen
dil ki sunen ae
haan dil ki sunen ae
aa do ghadi baithhe
aisi jagah jaa ke
hamko jahaan koi nazar
dekhe na pehchaane
aisi jagah paayen kahaan
arey paaye kahaan
dekhta hai saagar
lehren hamen jaanen
jaaye jahaan pichchhaa kare
jhonke ye deewaane ae

ek pal bhi meri jaan
yahaan naa rukenge ham

ham hai jahaan wo pyaar ki
mehki dagar hai
laa laa la la laa aa
saathi mere ye to bataa
jaana kidhar hai
ghataaon ke taley
haan haan
jahaan tu le chaley
o ho ho
jidhar tu le chaley
ghataaon ke taley

he he
jahaan tu le chaley
ho ho
jidhar tu le chaley
laa la la laa
ghataaon ke taley
he he
jahaan tu le chaley
o ho ho
jidhar tu le chaley

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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ला ला ल ला
ला ला ल ला
ला ला ल ला आ
ला ला ल ला
ला ला ल ला
ला ला ल ला आ
ल ल ला ला ल ला आ
ल ल ला ला ल ला आ
ल ल ला ला ल ला आ

ल ल ला
हम है जहां वो प्यार की
महकी डगर है
साथी मेरे ये तो बता
जाना किधर है
घटाओं के तले
अच्छा
जहां तू ले चले
हाँ हाँ
जिधर तू ले चले
घटाओं के तले
जहां तू ले चले
जिधर तू ले चले

बोलो तुम्हे ए
क्या नाम दूं
अरे ला ला ल ला आ
दिल ये कहे मेरी
पहली हंसी हो तुम
जिसपे लूटा गुलशन मेरा
ऐसी कली हो तुम
बोलो तुम्हे ए
क्या नाम दूं

ला ला ल ला आ
प्यार की धरती पे
फैला गगन हो तुम
जिसपे खिले सपने मेरे
ऐसा चमन हो तुम

मुस्कुराते मिलेंगे ए
जहां भी मिलेंगे हम

हम है जहां वो प्यार की
महकी डगर है
ला ल ल ला आ आ
साथी मेरे ये तो बता
जाना किधर है
घटाओं के तले
अहा हां
जहां तू ले चले
हे हे
जिधर तू ले चले
घटाओं के तले
जहां तू ले चले
जिधर तू ले चले

हाँ आ दिल की कहे
दिल की सुने ए
हाँ दिल की सुने ए
आ दो घडी बैठे
ऐसी जगह जा के
हमको जहां कोई नज़र
देखे न पहचाने
ऐसी जगह पाए कहाँ
अरे पाए कहाँ
देखता है सागर
लहरें हमें जाने
जाए जहां पीछा करे
झोंके ये दीवाने ए

एक पल भी मेरी जान
यहाँ ना रुकेंगे हम

हम है जहां वो प्यार की
महकी डगर है
ला ला ल ल ला आ
साथी मेरे ये तो बता
जाना किधर है
घटाओं के तले
हाँ
जहां तू ले चले
ओ हो हो
जिधर तू ले चले
घटाओं के तले

हे हे
जहां तू ले चले
हो हो
जिधर तू ले चले
ला ल ल ला
घटाओं के तले
हे हे
जहां तू ले चले
ओ हो हो
जिधर तू ले चले


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Blog Day : 3871 Post No. : 14889

“Kaala Samundar”(1962) was directed by R P Ashq for Deepak Chitra Production. The movie had Jairaj, Chitra, Bir Sakuja, Maruti, Hiralal, Radhika, Tuntun etc in it.

“Kaala Samundar”(1962) had seven songs in it. Three songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fourth song from “Kaala Samundar”(1962) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by N Datta.

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


Song-Ja re ja sainyya bedardi (Kaala Samundar)(1962) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-N Datta

Lyrics

ja re ja
ja ja re ja sainya bedardi
ja re ja sainya bedardi
mera chain churaa ke toone
aag si mere dil mein bhar di
ja re ja
ja ja re ja sainya bedardi
ja re ja sainya bedardi
mera chain churaa ke toone
aag si mere dil mein bhar di
ja re ja

kuchh aise dekha mujhe muskuraa ke
bas rakh diya dil deewaana banaa ke
kuchh aise dekha mujhe muskuraa ke
bas rakh diya dil deewaana banaa ke
ab na jata re jhoothhi hamdardi
ja re ja
ja ja re ja sainya bedardi
ja re ja sainya bedardi
mera chain churaa ke toone
aag si mere dil mein bhar di
ja re ja

guzroon gali se to jhuk jaaye ankhiyaan
ghar mein chhupoon to mujhe chheden sakhiyaan
guzroon gali se to jhuk jaaye ankhiyaan
ghar mein chhupoon to mujhe chheden sakhiyaan
muskil mein tune to jaan kar di
ja re ja
ja ja re ja sainya bedardi
ja re ja sainya bedardi
mera chain churaa ke toone
aag si mere dil mein bhar di
ja re ja

hum log to hain bade seedhe saade
sach maan baithe tere jhoothhe waade
hum log to hain bade seedhe saade
sach maan baithe tere jhoothhe waade
bas tere kadmon mein jaan dhar di
ja re ja
ja ja re ja sainya bedardi
ja re ja sainya bedardi
mera chain churaa ke toone
aag si mere dil mein bhardi
ja re ja


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Blog Day : 3857 Post No. : 14870

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Blog ten year challenge (2009-2019)- Song number 5
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Today is 8 february 2019. When I looked back at the movies whose songs were covered in the blog ten years ago on 8 february 2009, I found that seven songs from seven different movies were covered on that day. Six of these movies have been YIPPEED by now. The only movie, which still has a few songs left to be covered in the blog is “Gomti Ke Kinaatre”(1972).

“Gomti Ke Kinaare”(1972) was directed by Sawan Kumar for Mercury Productions, Bombay. This “social” movie had Meena Kumari, Mumtaz, Sameer, Rehman, Agha, Helen, Paintal, Asit Sen, Shyama, Chandrima Bhaduri, Tuntun, Daisy Irani, Master Alankar, Randheer, Sultan Mazhar, Manorama, Rajan Haksar, Nasreen, Lalita Kumari, Madhu, Aarti, Kamal, I S Johar etc in it, with special appearances by Jalal Agha and Mukri.

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

This song is sung by Manna Dey and Asha Bhonsle. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.

The so0ng is picturised on Agha and Helen. It appears to be a fantasy song where Agha has a Jin of Alladin Chirag. The Jin, on the wishes of Agha makes Helen appear to perform a dance. That is my understanding of the picturisation of this song. I request our knowledgeable readers to tell us what is happening in this song.

The movie hade its debut in the blog on this day in 2009 when I was based at Jabalpur. Next song was posted in 2011 when I was based at Nagpur, and the third song was posted in 2017 when I was based at Izatnagar, Bareilly. Now I am covering the fourth song from the movie while I am based at another new place.

The movie has another song left in it. Have no fear. Now that I am aware that only one song is left in this movie, I will cover the song without waiting to get transferred to another place. 🙂


Song-Arre lag gaya re lag gaya (Gomti Ke Kinaare)(1972) Singers-Manna Dey, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

arre lag gaya re lag gaya
pot pot pot pot pot pot pot pot
pot pot
pot pot
jackpot
jackpot

tarse jisko dil
mere haath lag gaya
pyaar ki race mein
jackpot lag gaya
saare jahaan se kaho o o
dilbar kahin ka bhi ho o o
mahboob mera hai wo
saare jahaan se kaho o o o o
dilbar kahin ka bhi ho
mahboob mera hai wo
tarse jisko dil
mere haath lag gaya
pyaar ki race mein
jackpot lag gaya
ha

ho o o
o o o o
main hoon tumhaare hi dil mein
u u u u
main hoon tumhaari nazar mein
u u u u
chaahe rahoon main kahi bhi ee
har roop mein hoon tumhari
har rang mein hoon tumhaari ee
ya jaaneman ya habibi

tarse jisko dil
lalalala
mere haath lag gaya
lalalalala
pyaar ki race mein
jackpot lag gaya

chalna mera koi dekhe
lalalala
doloon jo angdaayi leke
lalalala
naache ye saara zamaana aa aa
chhalkaaun main dil ke pyaale
jo ik nazar mujh pe daale ae
kar doon main usko deewaana

tarse jisko dil
taratatata
mere haath lag gaya
taratatata
pyaar ki race mein
jackpot lag gaya
ha aa aa


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Blog Day : 3856 Post No. : 14869

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Blog ten year challenge (2009-2019)- Song number 4
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“Parvarish”(1977) was directed by Manmohan Desai for A G Films, Bombay. This movie had Shammi Kpoor, Amitabh Bachchan, Vinod Khanna, Nitu Singh, Shabana Azmi, Kadar Khan, Amjad Khan, Dev Kumar, Indrani Mukherji, Hina Kausar, Master Ratan, Master Tito, Chand Usmani, Sheikh, Bhushan Tiwari, Viju Khote, Tom Alter, Yusuf, Meena, Baby Shalu, Moolchand etc in it.

This movie has six songs in it. Three of these songs have been covered in the past. This movie made its debut in the blog on 7 february 2009, viz on this day ten years ago. The song was Aji thahro zara thahro.. Jaate ho jaane jaana.

So this movie provided me an opportunity to discuss another song from the movie after exactly ten years. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Kishore Kumar. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

This song is picturised on Nitu Singh and Amitabh Bachchan. I vaguely recall that our two heroes Amitabh Bachchan and Vinod Khanna play cops and the two heroines Neetu Singh and Shabana Azmi play small time crooks. This being a Hindi movie that too a Manmohan Desai movie, such twains are bound to meet and fall in love after initial chhed chhad etc.

I did not watch any movies from 1972 and 1977 and this movie, like many great movies of my formative years fell in this period. I watched this movie much later in 1980s during summer vacations. Watching the movie nearly one decade later in second or third run of the movie was not th same as it would have been if the movie was released in 1977.

This song, nevetheless is a good song to listen to, and it was a popular song of its time.

So, here is a song from a movie released in 1977 which watched by me in 1984, whose first song was covered in the blog on 7 february 2009 and whose fourth song is being covered in the blog on 7 february 2019. How time seems to have flown as hypersonic speed !


Song-Aaiye shauq se kahiye(Parvarish)(1977) Singers- Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

hmm mm mm
hmm hmm
hmm mm mm
aaiye
shauq se kahiye
hmm
aaiye
shauq se kahiye
kahiye na
hai koi kaam
aji kaam vaam mein kya rakha hai
ham to hain aapke ghulaam
aaiye
baithiye kahiye
kya hai ji aapka naam

aji naam vaam mein kya rakha hai
ham to hain aapke ghulaam
aaiye
shauq se kahiye

by god
aapka to andaaz hai bada pysara
by god
aapka to andaaz hai bada pyaara
kamre mein aap kya aaye
naqsha badal gaya saara

main bhi yahi sochti
miley na miley mauqa phir ye dobaara
ek do ghadi miley to sabki khidamat karte jaaiye
to aaiye
bathiye kahiye
kya hai ji aapka naam

aji naam vaam mein kya rakha hai
ham to hain aapke ghulaam
aaiye
shauq se kahiye

koi dekho aa rahaa hai
thahro udhar nazar kar lo
koi dekho aa rahaa hai
thahro udhar nazar kar lo
ham apna munh idhar kar len
tum apna munh udhar kar lo
chhup nahin sakoge dear
sundar mukhda tum chaahe jidhar kar lo
time aapne ghalat chuna hai
koshish mat farmaaiye

to phir aaiye
shauq se kahiye
kahiye na
hai koi kaam
aji kaam vaam ko goli maaro
ham to hain aapke ghulaam
to aaiye
baithiye kahiye
kya hai ji aapka naam

aji naam vaam mein kya rakha hai
ham to hain aapke ghulaam


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