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Posts Tagged ‘Asha Bhonsle


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“Dushman”(1957) was directed by Raj Rishi for Kwatra Art Productios, Bombay. The movie had Dev Anand, Usha Kiran, Radhakishan, Kumkum, Prabhu Dayal, Master Romi, Manju, Minu Mumtaz, Chaad Burque, Panditjee, Manjeet, Raja Kapoor, Nagpal, Jerry, Ravikant, Jagdeesh Kamal, Nadir, S Gautam, Prakash Dutt, Sharma, Chadrakant etc in it.

The movie had seven songs in it. Four of the songs have bee covered in the past.

Here is the fifth song from “Dushman”(1957) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and chorus. Tanveer Naqvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Husnlal Bhagatram.

The song is picturised on Usha Kiran and others as a joyous “jhoola” song, while Dev Anand is also visible briefly. The song ends abruptly as the rope of the “jhoola” breaks and Usha Kiran falls into water.


Sog-Bahaar aayi ghata chhaayi (Dushman)(1957) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Taveer Naqvi, MD-Husnlal Bhagatram
Chorus

Lyrics

akeli rut hai saawan ki
hai saawan ki
badhi dhadkan mere man ki
mere man ki
baji hai haaye
baji hai haaye
baji hai door shehnaai
bahaar aayi ghata chhaayi
jiya rah rah ke lehraaye
koi aise mein
koi aise mein aa jaaye
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
o o o o
o o o o

chadhe jhoole
jhuke baadal
jhuke baadal
khule joode
ude aanchal
ude aanchal
hawaa khushboo ne
hawa khushboo ne
hawaa khushboo ne mehkaaye
bahaar aayi
ghata chhaayi
jiya rah rah ke lehraaye
koi aise mein
koi aise mein aa jaaye
aaa aa aa aa aa
aaa aa aa aa aa
o o o o
o o o o

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“Watan” (1954) was directed by N Bhatt for Falcon Pictures. This movie had Trilok Kapoor, Nirupa Roy, Munawwar Sultana, Jayant, Gope, Madan Puri, Cuckoo, Surya Kumar etc in it.

There were six songs in this movie. One song from the movie has been covered in the past.

Here is the second song from “Watan” (1954) to appear in the blog. This rare song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Shewan Rizvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Hafiz Khan.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as 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 keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable.


Song-Dard e mohabbat dard e judaai (Watan)(1954) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Shewan Rizvi, MD-Hafiz Khan

Lyrics

dard e mohabbat
dard e judaai
dard e mohabbat
dard e judaai
ae mere maula teri duhaai
dard e mohabbat

tees jigar mein aankhon mein aansu
aankho mein aansu
tees jigar mein aankhon mein aansu
aankhon mein aansu
pyaar me dekhi gham ki judaai
ae mere maula teri duhaai
dard e mohabbat

kashti e ulfat aur ye toofaan
aur ye toofaan
kashti e ulfat aur ye toofaan aur ye toofaan
tere siwa kuchh de na dikhaai
ae mere maula teri duhaai
dard e mohabbat

tere karam ka sabko bharosa
sabko bharosa
tere karam ka sabko bharosa
sabko bharosa
noah ki kashti toone bachaai
ae mere maula teri duhaai
dard e mohabbat dard e judaai
ae mere maula teri duhaai
dard e mohabbat


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

hullo to all in Atuldom

Today 13th of October is a rather sad date for fans of Bollywood music. It was on this date in 1987 that we lost a gem of the industry to “KAAL”. Its 30 years already and we are yet to find an entertainer like him. We still don’t have a singer, actor (brilliant in comedy), composer, song-writer, and finally a producer-director like him. Our own Kishore Kumar.

Born in Khandwa, Madhya Pradesh, to Kunjalal Ganguly and Gauri Devi as brother to Ashok Kumar, Anoop Kumar and Sati Devi he was a fan of K.L.Saigal. On completing graduation Abhas Kumar (birthname)started his cinema career as chorus singer in Bombay Talkies where his brother Ashok Kumar worked. His first screen appearance was in Shikari (1946) in which his brother was the lead. So that started his acting career and with “Marne ki duayen kyun maangu” under the music baton of Khemchand Prakash in “Ziddi” (1948) his singing career took off. But why am I listing all that hear, these are all well known facts. So, I will just say MISSING YOU KISHOREDA.

13th October also happens to be the death anniversary of the eternal mother Nirupa Roy. My first memory of her is as mother to Amitabh and Shashi Kapoor in “Deewar” as a person who single-handedly brings up her two kids once her husband deserts the family. Next, I think her character in “Amar Akbar Anthony” stands out. But I know I have seen her as mother to Vinod Khanna (Aan Milo Sajna), Dharmendra (infinite times), Jeetendra, Rajesh Khanna- do I need to list all her filmy children here? But just because I have seen her in motherly roles doesn’t mean she started off as a mother; she has also played a leading lady in the late 40s through the 50s to the 60s. she has played a goddess in many mythologicals and has had Trilok Kapoor, Ashok Kumar, Balraj Sahni, and Bharat Bhushan as her leading men.

Professor Pyarelal (1981) is a film directed by Brij, starring Dharmendra, Vinod Mehra, Nirupa Roy, Dr. Shreeram Lagoo, Amjad Khan, Zeenat Aman & Simi. It had music by Kalyanji Anandji and Rajinder Krishan was the lyricist.

With this song, which runs through the movie, in four parts, we remember both Kishore Kumar and Nirupa Roy.

Part I
Video

Audio

Part II (Asha Bhonsle version)

Part III (Kishore Kumar sad version first past)

Part IV (Kishore Kumar sad version second part)

Song-Gaa gaa gaa gaaye jaa aur muskuraaye jaa (Professor Pyarelal)(1981) Singer-Kishore Kumar/ Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

Part I
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Ga ga ga gaye ja
aur muskaraye ja
jab tak ke fursat
de ye zamana
Ga ga ga gaaye ja
aur muskaraaye ja
jab tak ke fursat
de ye zamana
jitna khushi se dil ko lagaana
jitna khushi se dil ko lagaana
utna hi gham se rishta nibhaana
gaaye ja gaaye ja
aur muskaraaye ja
jab tak ke fursat
de ye zamaana
ga ga ga gaye ja aaa

hona hai jo kuchh
hoke rahega
waqt ka dariya pyaare bahega
hona hai jo kuchh
hoke rahega
waqt ka dariya pyaare bahega
iss zindagi mein
kiske liye kya
likha huaa hai
kisne ye jana
ga ga ga gaaye ja
aur muskaraaye ja
jab tak ke fursat
de ye zamaana
ga ga ga gaaye jaaaa

duniya mein jeena apni ada se
koi kahe kya apni bala se
duniya me jeena apni ada se
koi kahe kya apni bala se
aandhi ka jor ho toofan ka shor ho
rukane ka naam nahi badate hi jaana
ga ga gaye ja
aur muskaraye ja
jab tak ye fursat
de ye zamana
ga ga ga gaye jaaa

yeh woh safar hai jisme ke dosti
kitni bhi raat ho deti hai raushni
yeh woh safar hai jisme ke dosti
kitni bhi raat ho deti hai raushni
iss Raushni ki ek ek kiran se
jitne bhi chaahe sooraj banaana
gaaye ja gaye ja
aur muskaraaye ja
jab tak ye fursat
de ye zamaana
jitna khushi se dil ko lagaana
jitna khushi se dil ko lagaana
utna hi gham se rishta nibhaana
Ga ga ga gaaye ja
aur muskaraaye ja
jab tak ye fursat
de ye zamaana
Ga ga ga gaaye ja aaa

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Part II
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ga ga ga gaaye ja
aur muskaraye ja
jab tak ye fursat
de ye zamaana
ga ga ga gaaye ja aa

la la la la lala
la la la la lala

hona hai jo kuchh hoke rahega
waqt ka dariya toh pyaare bahega
hona hai jo kuchh hoke rahega
waqt ka dariya toh pyaare bahega
iss zindagi mein kis ke liye kya
likha huaa hai kisne ye jaana
ga ga ga gaaye ja
aur muskaraaye ja
jab tak ye fursat
de ye zamaana aaaa

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Part III
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dil ki khushi yoon dil mein chhupi hai
phoolon mein jaise khusboo basi hai
dil ki khushi yoon dil mein chhupi hai
phoolon mein jaise khusboo basi hai
jalne lage jab gham ki shama toh
apni hansi se usko bujhaana

gaaye ja gaaye ja
aur muskaraaye ja
jab tak ke fursat
de ye zamaana
jitna khushi se dil ko lagaana
jitana khushi se dil ko lagaana
utna hi gham se rishta nibhaana
ga ga ga gaaye ja
aur muskaraye ja
jab tak ke fursat
de ye zamaana

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Part IV
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aisa bhi koi aata hai mauka
apna hi saaya deta hai dhokha
aisa bhi koi aata hai mauka
apna hi saaya deta hai dhokha
ye hai wo manzil
jo ke hai mushkil
ye hai wo manzil
jo ke hai mushkil
phir bhi gale se issko lagaana

gaaye ja gaaye ja
aur muskaraaye ja
jab tak ke fursat
de ye zamaana
jitna khushi se dil ko lagaana
jitna khushi se dil ko lagaana
utna hi gham se rishta nibhaana


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“Hamaara Watan”(1956) was produced by Ramesh Vyas and directed by Jayant Desai for Navkala Niketan, Bombay. The movie had Bina Rai, Premnath, Agha, Ram Singh, S N Tripathi, Kumkum, Jagdish Kamal, Ramesh sinha, S Azeem, Habeeb, Nazeer Kashmiri, Md Rafi, Md Ali, M. Sandow, Hanuman, Md Hussain, Bela Sarkar, Jaya Rao, Maya Das etc in it.

This costume movie had ten songs in it that were penned by three lyricists. Asha Bhonsle’s voice was there in as many as eight of these songs.

One song from the movie has been covered in the past.

Here is the second song from “Hamaara Watan”(1956) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and chorus. S H Bihari is the lyricist. Music is composed by Hemant Kumar.

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


Song-Jo dekhe pyaar se koi mohabbat ho hi jaati hai (Hamaara Watan)(1956) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-S H Bihari, MD-Hemant Kumar
Chorus

Lyrics

kalapna to nahin aata aa aa aa aa
hamen tadpaana aata hai
aa aa aa
jee aane do
agar koi
yahaan deewaana aata hai
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
ye deewaanon ki mehfil mein
hazaamat ho hi jaati hai
hazaamat ho hi jaati hai
ye deewaanon ki mehfil mein
hazaamat ho hi jaati hai
hazaamat ho hi jaati hai

aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
hoi
ye deewaanon ki mehfil mein
hazaamat ho hi jaati hai
hazaamat ho hi jaati hai

aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
jo dekhe pyaar se koi
mohabbat ho hi jaati hai
mohabbat ho hi jaati hai
jo dekhe pyaar se koi
mohabbat ho hi jaati hai
mohabbat ho hi jaati hai

nigaahon par nigaahon ki inaayat ho hi jaati hai
mohabbat ho hi jaati hai
mohabbat ho hi jaati hai
mohabbat ho hi jaati hai
mohabbat ho hi jaati hai

na neend aayegi ee
dil ko thhaam logi dard ke maare
judaai mein kisi ki
tum ginogi raat bhar taare
haan aan aan
na neend aayegi
dil ko thhaam logi dard ke maare
aji haan dard ke maare
suno ji dard ke maare

judaai mein kisi ki tum
ginogi raat bhar taare
ginogi raat bhar taare
ginogi raat bhar taare

aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
ke jab dil dil se milte hain
ye haalat ho hi jaati hai
ye haalat ho hi jaati hai
ke jab dil dil se milte hain
ye haalat ho hi jaati hai
ye haalat ho hi jaati hai

aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
hoi
ke jab dil dil se milte hain
ye haalat ho hi jaati hai
ye haalat ho hi jaati hai

aa aa aa aa
jo dekhe pyaar se koi
mohabbat ho hi jaati hai
mohabbat ho hi jaati hai

nigaahon par nigaahon ki inaayat ho hi jaati hai
mohabbat ho hi jaati hai
mohabbat ho hi jaati hai
mohabbat ho hi jaati hai
mohabbat ho hi jaati hai


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“Ramman” (1954) was produced by Gemini Dewan and directed by Hiren Bose for Metropolitan Films Production, Bombay. The movie had Karan Dewan, Meena Shorey, Cuckoo, Om Prakash, Purnima, Majnu, Gulab, Randhir, V. Panchotia etc in it.

Four songs from this movie has been discussed in the past. Here is the fifth song from the movie to appear in the blog.

This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Aziz Kashmiri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Vinod.

Only the audio of this rare song is available.

I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on this movie as well as on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Tera dard hai meri zindagi (Ramman)(1954) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Aziz Kashmiri, MD-Vinod

Lyrics

tera dard hai meri zindagi
jo dil au jigar ki talaash hai
jo dil au jigar ki talaash hai
tera dard hai meri zindagi

tera gham nahin (?)
yoonhi mil gaya
tera gham nahin (?)
yoonhi mil gaya
meri umr bhar ki talaash hai
tera dard hai meri zindagi

ye sitam hai mere jahaan mein
ye sitam hai mere jahaan mein
kahin raushani kiran nahin
haay kiran nahin
jo charaag dil mein jalaa sakey
mujhe us nazar ki talaash hai
mujhe us nazar ki talaash hai
tera dard hai meri zindagi

main kahaan rahoon
main kahaan basoon
main kahaan rahoon
main kahaan basoon
mera koi ghar hai
na koi dar hai
koi dar
jahaan zindagi ko zakhm miley
jahaan zindagi ko zakhm miley
usi rehguzar ki talaash hai
usi rehguzar ki talaash hai
tera dard hai meri zindagi


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“Duniya Rang Rangeeli” (1957) was produced and directed by M Sadiq for Sadiq Production, Bombay. The movie had Johnny Walker, Chand Usmani, Shyama, Rajendra Kumar, Jeevan, Amar, S N Banerjee etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. Seven songs from this movie have been discussed in the past.

Here is the eighth and final song from “Duniya Rang Rangeeli” (1957) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Jaan Nisaar Akhtar is the lyricist. Music is composed by O P Nayyar.

The song is picturised on a sulking- appeasing song, where Rajendra Kumar is sulking and Chaand Usmani is seeking to appease him. The duo play the second lead pair in the movie. Johny Walker and Shyama were the first lead pair in the movie.

With this song, “Duniya Rang Rangeeli” (1957) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Arre mera baalam kitna zaalam (Duniya Rang Rangeeli)(1957) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Jaan Nisaar Akhtar, MD-O P Nayyar

Lyrics

arre mera baalam
kitna zaalam
mera dil loot gaya
loot gaya re
arre mera baalam
kitna zaalam
mera dil loot gaya
loot gaya re
arre mera baalam

jaane kya thhi wo nazar r r r r r r
jaane kya thhi wo nazar
gayi jo dil mein utar
jaane kya thhi wo nazar
gayi jo dil mein utar
dekhe na idhar
haaye dekhe na idhar
arre mera baalam
kitna zaalam
mera dil loot gaya
loot gaya re
arre mera baalam

aankh kya tujhse ladi
ee ee ee ee ee ee
aankh kya tujhse ladi
ho gayi raat badi
aankh kya tujhse ladi
ho gayi raat badi
ab to kaate na kate
tere bin ek ghadi
tere bin ek ghadi
arre mera baalam
kitna zaalam
mera dil loot gaya
loot gaya re
are mera baalam

toone bedard piya
aa aa aa aa aa aa aa
toone bedard piya
kaisa jaadu ye kiya
toone bedard piya
kaisa jaadu ye kiya
mera dole re kadam
mera dhadke re jiya
mera dhadke re jiya
are mera baalam
kitna zaalam
mera dil loot gaya
loot gaya re
are mera baalam
kitna zaalam
mera dil loot gaya
loot gaya re
arre mera baalam


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“Raam Navami”(1956) was produced by Jasubhai Patel and directed by Raman B Desai for Subhag Productions, Bombay. The partially color Mythological movie had Nirupa Roy, Prem Adib, Tiwari, Yashoshara Katju, Babau Raje, Shobha Khote, Rajkumar, Raj Adib, Bheem, Ratnamala, Nandu Khote, Pandey, Sheela, Amrit Rana, Radheshyam, Hublikar, Singh, Samson, Mahesh Kumar, Baijnath, Jawahar Kaul, Rooplaxmi, Shree Bhagwan, Dubey, Poonam Kapoor etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. All eight songs had the voice of Asha Bhonsle in it.

Two songs from the movie have been covered in the past. Here is the third song from “Raam Navami”(1956) to appear in the blog.
Asha Bhonsle is the female singer alongwith chorus. All sites, including HFGK mentions that this song has the voices of Rafi and Balbir as well. The audio quality is poor and I am unable to detect more than one lead voice in the song.

The song is penned by Kavi Pradeep. Music is composed by Bulo C Rani.

I have failed to get many words right in the lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to help identify the male voices and they are also requested to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections in the lyrics as applicable.

for the time being, I have assumed that the voices of Rafi and Balbir are there in the song, though I am personally not sure of it on the basis of the audio of the song.


Song – Baaje Gaagariyon Pe Taal (Raamnavami) (1956) Asha Bhonsle, Mohammed Rafi, S Balbir, Lyrics – Kavi Pradeep, MD – Bulo C Rani
Female Chorus
Male chorus

Lyrics

 

baaje gagariyon pe taal
meri rummak jhummak chaal
o dilwaalo..oo..oo dilwaalo
dilwaalo zara rakhna dil ko sambhaal
baaje gagariyon pe taal
meri rummak jhummak chaal
o dilwaalo..oo..oo dilwaalo
dilwaalo
zara rakhna dil ko sambhaal

lachak raha hai ang hamaara
aa haa aaa aa aa
lachak raha hai ang hamaara
ang hamaara
aa aa aa
lachak raha hai ang hamaara
jaise phool ki daal
phool ki daal
phool ki daal o dilwaalo
o dilwaalo
dilwaalo
zara rakhna dil ko sambhaal
baaje gagariyon pe taal
meri rummak jhummak chaal
o dilwaalo..oo..oo dilwaalo
dilwaalo
zara rakhna dil ko sambhaal

o gori gori
neera waali chhori
hamko bhi pilaa do
neera chori chori
ho ho ho
gori gori
neera waali chhori
hamko bhi pilaa do neera chori chori

ho chhaila bas karo bas
mora chhalka jaaye ras
dekho bheegi jaaye haaye chunariya mori
ho chhaila bas karo bas
mora chhalka jaaye ras
dekho bheegi jaaye haaye re chunariya mori
aaj ka din hai mazedaar gori
chhodo ye jhijhak
aaj ka din hai mazedaar gori
chhodo ye jhijhak
hato jee
hato beimaan
mera jiya kare dhak
hato jee
hato beimaan
mora jiya kare dhak
o tere nakhron ke kya kehne
aji rehne do jee rehne
mat samjho meri neera ko
koi muft ka maal
muft ka maal
muft ka maal
peene waalo
o peene waalo
dilwaalo
zara rakhna dil ko sambhaal
baaje re baaje baaje re baaje
baaje re baajje re baajje
gagariyon pe taal
meri rummak jhummak chaal
o dilwaalo..oo..oo dilwaalo
dilwaalo zara rakhna dil ko sambhaal

pee lo re pee lo
gori ke liye jee lo

zindagi hai thodi..ee..ee..eee
zindagi hai thodi..ee..ee..eee
zindagi hai thodi
haaan aaa aaaa aaaa
zindagi hai thodi
haan aaa aaaa aaaaa
aaaa aaa aaa aaaaa
aaa aaa aaa aaa aaa
hoyye
zindagi hai thodi
ginti ke din hain
ginti ke din hain
ji ginti ke din hain
duniya ke dukhde bade hi kathin hain
bade hi kathin hain
bade hi kathin baaba
bade hi kathin hain
arre kismat se
kismat se mila hai ye mauka chhabeelo
pee lo
arre pee lo re pee lo
pee lo re pee lo
gori ke liye jee lo
pee lo re pee lo
gori ke liye jee lo
ho pee lo re pee lo
gori ke liye jee lo
ho pee lo re pee lo
gori ke liye jee lo

ho raja ji
ho rani ji
o ho raja ji
o ho rani ji
tumhaare gaon ke
tumhaare gaon ke chhoron ne meri chheen li matakiyaan
kar diya bada nuksa..aan
ho raja ji
ho rani ji
tumhaare gaon ke chhoron ne meri chheen li matakiyaan
kar diya bada nuksa..aan
ho raja ji
ho rani ji
gaon ke tumhaare chhore bade hi lafange
taan taan chalte hain seena
haa..aan
beech dagar jhakjhorte hain bainyaan
mushkil kar diya jeena
haa..aan
unko kadi se kadi sazaa do
aaj pakad kar kaan
pakad kar kaan
ho raja ji
ho rani ji
tumhaare gaon ke
tumhaare gaon ke chhoron ne meri chheen li matakiyaan
kar diya bada nuksa..aan
ho raja ji
ho rani ji

o goriyo suno hamaara hukam
aaj karo sab jhagda khatam

koi na karega tum pe zulam
sabko sazaa denge kal hum

aaj khushi ka hai mausam
honay do zara goriyo chham chham

hey padney do re logo zara matkon pe sam

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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बाजे गागरियों पे ताल
मेरी रूम्मक झुम्मक चाल
ओ दिलवालो॰॰ओ॰॰ओ दिलवालो
दिलवालो ज़रा रखना दिल को संभाल
बाजे गागरियों पे ताल
मेरी रूम्मक झुम्मक चाल
ओ दिलवालो॰॰ओ॰॰ओ दिलवालो
दिलवालो ज़रा रखना दिल को संभाल

लचक रहा है अंग हमारा
आ हा आ आ आ
लचक रहा है अंग हमारा
अंग हमारा
आ आ आ
लचक रहा है अंग हमारा
जैसे फूल की डाल
फूल की डाल
फूल की डाल ओ दिलवालो
ओ दिलवालो
दिलवालो
ज़रा रखना दिल को संभाल
बाजे गागरियों पे ताल
मेरी रूम्मक झुम्मक चाल
ओ दिलवालो॰॰ओ॰॰ओ दिलवालो
दिलवालो ज़रा रखना दिल को संभाल

ओ गोरी गोरी
नीरा वाली छोरी
हमको भी पिला दो
नीरा चोरी चोरी
हो हो हो
गोरी गोरी
नीरा वाली छोरी
हमको भी पिला दो नीरा चोरी चोरी

हो छैला बस करो बस
मोरा छलका जाये रस
देखो भीगी जाये हाए चुनरिया मोरी
हो छैला बस करो बस
मोरा छलका जाये रस
देखो भीगी जाये हाए रे चुनरिया मोरी
आज का दिन है मज़ेदार
गोरी छोड़ो ये झिझक
आज का दिन है मज़ेदार
गोरी छोड़ो ये झिझक
हटो जी
हटो बेईमान
मोरा जिया करे धक
हटो जी
हटो बेईमान
मोरा जिया करे धक
ओ तेरे नखरों के क्या कहने
अजी रहने दो जी रहने
मत समझो मेरी नीरा को
कोई मुफ्त का माल
मुफ्त का माल
मुफ्त का माल
पीने वालो
ओ पीने वालो
दिलवालो
ज़रा रखना दिल को संभाल
बाजे रे बाजे बाजे रे बाजे
बाजे रे बाज्जे रे बाज्जे
गागरियों पे ताल
मेरी रूम्मक झुम्मक चाल
ओ दिलवालो॰॰ओ॰॰ओ दिलवालो
दिलवालो ज़रा रखना दिल को संभाल

पी लो रे पी लो
गोरी के लिए जी लो

ज़िंदगी है थोड़ी॰॰ई॰॰ई॰॰ई
ज़िंदगी है थोड़ी॰॰ई॰॰ई॰॰ई
ज़िंदगी है थोड़ी
हाँ आ आ आ
ज़िंदगी है थोड़ी
हाँ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ
होय्ये
ज़िंदगी है थोड़ी
गिनती की दिन हैं
गिनती की दिन हैं
जी गिनती की दिन हैं
दुनिया के दुखड़े बड़े ही कठिन हैं
बड़े ही कठिन हैं
बड़े ही कठिन बाबा
बड़े ही कठिन हैं
अरे किस्मत से
किस्मत से मिला है ये मौका छबीलो
पी लो
अरे पी लो रे पी लो
पी लो रे पी लो
गोरी के लिए जी लो
पी लो रे पी लो
गोरी के लिए जी लो
हो पी लो रे पी लो
गोरी के लिए जी लो
हो पी लो रे पी लो
गोरी के लिए जी लो

ओ राजा जी
ओ रानी जी
ओ हो राजा जी
ओ हो रानी जी
तुम्हारे गाँव के
तुम्हारे गाँव के छोरों ने मेरी छीन लीं मटकियाँ
कर दिया बड़ा नुकसा॰॰आन
हो राजा जी
हो रानी जी
तुम्हारे गाँव के छोरों ने मेरी छीन लीं मटकियाँ
कर दिया बड़ा नुकसा॰॰आन
हो राजा जी
हो रानी जी
गाँव के तुम्हारे छोरे बड़े ही लफंगे
तान तान चलते हैं सीना
हाँ॰॰आँ
बीच डगर झकझोरते हैं बईय्यां
मुश्किल कर दिया जीना
हाँ॰॰आँ
उनको कड़ी से कड़ी सज़ा दो
आज पकड़ कर कान
पकड़ कर कान
हो राजा जी
हो रानी जी
तुम्हारे गाँव के
तुम्हारे गाँव के छोरों ने मेरी छीन लीं मटकियाँ
कर दिया बड़ा नुकसा॰॰आन
हो राजा जी
हो रानी जी

ओ गोरियो सुनो हमारा हुकम
आज करो सब झगड़ा खतम

कोई ना करेगा तुम पे ज़ुलम
सबको सज़ा देंगे कल हम

आज खुशी का है मौसम
होने दो ज़रा गोरियो छम छम

हे पड़ने दो रे लोगो ज़रा मटकों पे सम


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

After a fairly long break, I’m writing a post for the blog today.

There’s no particular reason for this break – it is just one of those things. I go through these periods of high-frequency posting to nil-posting every now and then.

A cricketing analogy for this behaviour would be the equivalent of hitting 3 sixes and then playing out 3 maiden overs. A coach would frown at this inconsistency. 🙂

Fortunately, Atul, tough though he is on himself, is more forgiving. 🙂

I must also add here that a good deal of credit for this post today goes to Peevisie’s Mom. She has been a catalyst for it. We were just discussing upcoming birthdays a few days ago and she mentioned Dev Anand’s birthday coming up.

She said she had lyrics written down for a song but would be travelling during the time, so would probably not be able to do a write-up. I offered to step in and do it on her behalf. 🙂 After all this is Dev Anand – how can we possibly let the occasion go? 🙂

So here it is. A tribute to the one and only, evergreen, ever youthful, stylish, debonair star of Hindi cinema.

Dev Anand.

There are some names that are so firmly entrenched in Hindi cinema that it’s hard to imagine the industry without that person. It has not only to do with fame but also longevity.

Lata Mangeshkar is one name that comes to mind.

And Dev Anand is another.

He started his career in 1946 – and right till his death in 2011, he was acting in films. Now if that isn’t an amazingly long career, I don’t know what is.

During this period, a lot of changes took place around the world, in India, and in the industry.

The industry saw large-scale migration to Pakistan as a result of partition. It also saw changes in genres with time. From the often tragedy-based black-and-white storylines of the early 1950s, to the fun-filled, color films of the 1960s, liberally exploiting the outdoors. From there, to the loud and garish 1970s, to the “lost decade” 1980s, to the revival in the 1990s – and then the new-age in the new millennium noughties.

Yes, Hindi cinema went through all these changes, with time. Many came and went during this period – some adapting and managing to survive, others perishing with passage of time.

But one constant through all this was Dev Anand.

He not only survived through all this, he even rode the wave. So much so that his popularity seemed to be of a unique type – it was not associated with box-office success or failure of his films. (Some might say that was a good thing because his films from the mid-70s onwards are best not judged by box-office performance. 🙂 Just the fact that they were Dev Anand films attracted public attention).

To be fair to him, there were a few successes, like Des Pardes (1978). But there were also others, like Anand Aur Anand (launching his son Suniel Anand) that didn’t do well.

But like Dev Anand himself said in interviews, that didn’t matter to him. He was first and foremost a film-maker and his passion was to make films. That was all that mattered to him. Just the experience of making films gave him tremendous energy. Whether the film was a commercial success or not, he wasn’t too bothered about it.

That was probably one reason he always seemed full of energy. When you’re so passionate about doing something, you don’t think about your physical age. It becomes just a number. Amitabh Bachchan today seems to be of a similar mindset at the moment.

One thing I’d like to mention here though. By the time I started watching films and understanding them, Dev Anand was already being referred to as the “evergreen” hero. I think this already started with Hare Rama Hare Krishna (1971), or at least soon after.

Definitely by the time of Heera Panna (1973), Amir Garib (1974) and Ishq Ishq Ishq (1974), the term “evergreen” was stuck with him. As if to suggest, he was a yesteryear star but “evergreen”.

I was just wondering that at the time of these films, being born in Sept 1923, he would have been hardly 50 or 51. The three big Khans today (all born in 1965) are already older. And yet, even as Salman, SRK and Aamir do romantic lead roles (and even action roles), I haven’t heard the tag “evergreen” used for them. They’re still seen as “current” heroes. 🙂 Matter of perception, I suppose, in these changed times.

Anyway, back to Dev Anand.

I will not discuss his filmography or even his life – it’s all out there in the public domain anyway. There’s nothing I can add on this. He was such a legend that his fans know a lot about his life and films.

I must say I am a big Dev Anand fan too. I’ve seen most of his films, especially upto the 1970s. During the 70s (“my decade”), I did miss a few of his films. Some, deliberately. 🙂 I couldn’t muster the courage to watch Amir Garib (1974) or Warrant (1975) when they were released. I’ve since seen Warrant, but not seen Amir Garib yet. Need to watch it one of these days.

But from earlier decades, I’ve seen even relatively less-known ones like Nirala (1950) and Aaram (1951). I’ll admit Madhubala was a major attraction to watch both these films, as was Sharaabi (1964). And though I didn’t exactly like any of these, Dev, with that puff hairstyle, and Madhubala, with that smile, were not the reason. Just that I found either the script boring, or the film painfully slow.

Later Dev’s hairstyle changed – but otherwise, he was the same Dev Anand, with that nodding head and twinkle in his eye.

I wouldn’t consider Dev a great actor (Ava is going to kill me!), but, to his credit, he was never boring. I could easily watch a Dev film for Dev alone. His mannerisms, although repetitive, never bothered me. On the contrary, I quite liked them. 🙂

So today, as I remember him on his birth anniversary, I have very warm regards for him.

I will move on to the song for today.

It is from Bullet (1976).

Now this is also a film that I’d avoided at the time.

But since I was posting this song, and I like to know the context of a song I’m posting, I decided to watch it today.

And I was very pleasantly surprised. I thoroughly enjoyed the film.

This is a Vijay Anand-directed film – and that alone is good reason for me to watch a film. I have very high regard for Vijay Anand as a director.

But I remember reading a review of the film at the time of its release – and it was very critical of Vijay Anand. It said he had completely lost his touch, and had best stop directing if he didn’t want to do further damage to his reputation. So, rather damning.

To be honest, yes, this isn’t classic Vijay Anand. Not by a long shot. If you compare with Nau Do Gyarah or Jewel Thief (also gangster-thriller films), this film comes up woefully short.

And yet, there’s a bit of vintage Goldie here and there, that warmed me to it. I wish there were more scenes – but I’ll take this much. I had low expectations from the film anyway – it ended up surpassing my expectations.

It is a fast-moving, pretty decent, plot based on a James Hadley Chase novel, Just Another Sucker.

I didn’t even know the film starred Parveen Babi, so that came as a very pleasant surprise. There’s Rakesh Roshan in it too, as an assistant cop to Dev Anand, who plays a Police Inspector.

The film, at the start, mentions that it celebrates 25 years of Navketan. That was good to see too.

The song for today is “chori chori chupke chupke tere mere bin” picturised on Dev Anand and newcomer Jyoti Bakshi. Peevisie’s Mom tells me, based on an Internet search, that she is the daughter of Arjun Bakshi, who acted opposite Shammi in Malhaar (1951).

In this scene, Jyoti Bakshi has given Dev Anand something powerful to consume, as an antidote for his headache. She consumes it herself too. The result is, both of them are having hallucinations of the weirdest sorts.

This song was fairly popular in its time – I remember my classmates singing it in school. The picturisation is pretty crazy – and, even by 1970s standards, is very OTT (over the top). That was the thing with Dev Anand in the 1970s. His films often had loud song picturisations.

Talking of songs, it struck me that most 1970s Dev Anand films invariably had at least one popular song – and would often be remembered for that one song. One can say this for Warrant, Bullet, Sahib Bahadur and Darling Darling, at least.

Lyrics are by Anand Bakshi, music by RD Burman.

Lyrics were sent to me by Peevisie’s Mom.

Hope you enjoy the song.


Song-Chori chori chupke chupke tere mere bin(Bullet)(1976) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-RD Burman
Both

Lyrics(Provided by Peevesie’s mom)

hmmm
chori-chori chupke-chupke
tere mere bin
is kamre mein aur kaun hai
haan
kisne bulaaya
bina poochhe chala aaya
ise pakdo
yeh chor kaun hai
haan
chori-chori chupke-chupke,
tere mere bin
is kamre mein aur kaun hai
kisne bulaaya
bina poochhe chala aaya
ise pakdo
yeh chor kaun hai

hey kahaan hai
yahaan hai
idhar hai
udhar hai
upar hai
neeche hai
kahaan hai
yahaan hai
are yahaa toh koi bhi nahin hai bhai
koi bhi nahin hai
chori-chori chupke-chupke,
tere mere bin
iss kamre mein aur kaun hai
kisne bulaaya
bina poochhe chala aaya,
ise pakdo
yeh chor kaun hai

o o
yeh khidki khuli hai
yeh to band thhi

nahin mujhe taaza hawa pasand thhi
yeh khidki khuli hai
yeh to band thhi

nahin mujhe taaza hawa pasand thi
arrey mujhse kaha hota
main razaamand thhi

sharm-o-haya ki deewaar buland thi
achchha yeh sab chhodo
par itna toh socho
ki main bhi chup aur tum bhi chup
toh kisne machaaya
yeh shor kaun hai,
kaun hai
kaun hai bhai,
arrey yeh toh parda hai
o ho ho ho ho
chori-chori chupke-chupke
tere mere bin
iss kamre mein aur kaun hai

kisne bulaaya
bina poochhe chala aaya
isse pakdo yeh chor kaun hai

dhadkan ko chheda
naa dil se hi khele
kaash aaj raat ham hote akele
dhadkan ko chheda
naa dil se hi khele
kaash aaj raat ham hote akele

hote jo akele toh qayaamat ho jaati
baad mein jo hota
par muhabbat ho jaati
uff kya sitam hai
bada besharam hai
dekho phir aaya
hamen kar raha hai yeh bore kaun hai
arrey kaun hai re kaun hai re

yeh toh main hoon bhai
o ho ho ho
chori-chori chupke-chupke
tere mere bin
iss kamre mein aur kaun hai
kisne bulaya
bina poochhe chala aaya
isse pakdo
yeh chor kaun hai

ai kahaan hai
yahaan hai
idhar hai
udhar hai
upar hai,
neeche hai
kahaan hai
yahaan hai
are yahaa to koi bhi nahin hai bhai
koi bhi nahin hai
koi nahin hai bhai
oho


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“Ghazab”(1951) was produced by Raja Fatehlal Shah and M Shakir Lucknowi and directed by A Karim for Chitraleela, Bombay. This stunt film had Bhagwan, Baburao, Shanta Patel, Leela Gupte, Usha Shukla, Azeem Bhai, Sheikh, Ali, Maqbool, Jaani etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. Two songs from the movie has been covered in the past. Here is the third song from this movie to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. A Karim is the lyricist. Music is composed by Nisar Bazmi.

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


Song-Nazar milaa ke muskaa ke (Ghazab)(1951) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-A Karim, MD-Nisar Bazmi

Lyrics

nazar milaa ke muskaa ke
nazar milaa ke muskaa ke
mere dil ko chura ke wo to chala gaya
wo to chala gaya
hoye chala gaya
chala gaya
chala gaya

kuchh nahin jaana maine
nahin pahchaana
meethi meethi baaton mein
dil ho gaya deewaana
dil ho gaya deewaana
jhootha jhootha kar ke bahaana
jhootha jhootha kar ke bahaana
vo hai birha ki agni mein jala gaya
bas chala gaya
hoye chala gaya
chala gaya
chala gaya

pheeke pheeke din jaayen
sooni sooni raaten
pheeke pheeke din jaayen
sooni sooni raaten
taare gin gin karoon
dil se main baaten
karoon dil se main baaten
taare gin gin karoon
dil se main baaten
karoon dil se main baaten
rimjhim barsaaten kahen
rimjhim barsaaten kahen
use yaad aaye wahi jo ke bhula gaya
wo to chala gaya
hoye chala gaya
chala gaya
chala gaya

mora nanha munna jiya khaaye hichkole
mora nanha munna jiya khaaye hichkole
sharm ki baat koi kaise bhala bole
koi kaise bhala bole
sharm ki baat koi kaise bhala bole
koi kaise bhala bole
soye armaan jaagen nahin
soye armaan jaagen nahin
jaage more bhaag
aise sula gaya
wo to chala gaya

nazar milake muskaa ke
nazar mila ke muskaa ke
mere dil ko chura ke wo to chala gaya
wo to chala gaya
hoye chala gaya
chala gaya
chala gaya


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“Malika e Alam Noorjahaan”(1954) was produced by Mafatlal D Shah and directed by Gunjal for Amar Keerti Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Asha Mathur, Kamal Kapoor, Jageerdaar, Pradeep Kumar, Jankidas, Noorjahaan, Indu Pal, Jagdish Kamal, Khwaza Sabir, M A Aziz, Rajan Kapoor, Jago etc in it.

This by now forgotten “historical” movie had eight forgotten songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Malika e Alam Noorjahaan”(1954) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. P L Santoshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Avinash Vyas.

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

With this song, “Malika e Alam Noorjahaan”(1954) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Jo dil hi dil mein rote hain (Malika e Alam Noorjahaan)(1954) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-P L Santoshi, MD-Avinash Vyas

Lyrics

jo dil hi dil mein rote hain
jo dil hi dil mein rote hain
wo zaahir gaaya karte hain
wo zaahir gaaya karte hain
hanste to hain hansne ke liye
hanste to hain hansne ke liye
par dard dabaaya karte hain
par dard dabaaya karte hain
jo dil hi dil mein rote hain

wo husn bhi kya jo beparda ho
raaj hi kya jo khul jaaye
ae ae ae ae ae
jo sachche chaahne waale hain
jo sachche chaahne waale hain
wo pyaar chhupaaya karte hain
wo pyaar chhupaaya karte hain

dil ki haqeeqat dil jaane
ae ae
wo samjhen chaahe na samjhen aen
hum aankh churaate hain lekin
hum aankh churaate hain lekin
dil to lagaaya karte hain
hum dil to lagaaya karte hain
jo sachche chaahne waale hain
wo pyaar chhupaaya karte hain

dil kehta hai dekhen unko
nazren kehti chupke bachke ae ae ae ae ae
kuchh baat zaroor anokhi hai
kuchh baat zaroor anokhi hai
jo hum sharmaaya karte hain
jo hum sharmaaya karte hain
jo sachche chaahne waale hain
jo sachche chaahne waale hain
wo pyaar chhupaaya karte hain
wo pyaar chhupaaya karte hain


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