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Posts Tagged ‘Asha Bhosle


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

Today, it is the turn of this 1973 Vinod Khanna starrer – ‘Dhamki’ to join the list of Yippeee films on our blog.

In 1973, it had been five years since Vinod Khanna made his debut with the film ‘Man Ka Meet’ (1968) and two years since he got his first break as a hero (in ‘Hum, Tum Aur Woh’ (1971)). He started his career as a villain, and continued to work with negative and also supporting roles in many films, before graduating into leading roles. His image as an energetic action person, actually brought to him more roles as an action hero. Many of his initial roles are either as a dacoit chief or a police inspector. The film ‘Dhamki’ is not much different. He plays the role of a CBI inspector who works to foils the plans of some foreign agents, trying to take over the control of a small erstwhile kingdom, by eliminating the new teenager heir to the throne. Vinod Khanna, helped by Mehmood Junior takes on this gang and saves the heir and the kingdom from falling into foreign hands.

This film was released, sandwiched between two other significant films of Vinod Khanna, in which he has played very sensitive roles which became better known films of that year. The first is ‘Achaanak’, which reprises the famous Nanavati murder case, and adds another dimension to it. The second is ‘Imtihaan’ in which Vinod Khanna has played the role of a college professor, taking on an educationist role very seriously. In comparison, ‘Dhamki’ may have been treated as just another cops and robbers tale.

The film is directed by Parvez for the banner of Tasveer Movies, Bombay. Interesting to note that Vinod, almost a debutante hero in 1973 was cast opposite to Kum Kum, who by this time was a veteran actress of a little over two decades, although her age does not show that on screen. Others in the list of actors are Ramesh Deo, Bela Bose, Junior Mehmood, Jaishree T, Meena T, Imtiaz, Tiwari, Sham Kumar, Brahm Bhardwaj, Munshi Munakka, Johnny Whisky etc. with special appearances by Helen, Ranjeet and Subhash Ghai.

There are five songs listed for this film. One song, “Kali Se Nazaaron Se Bahaaron Se” is penned by Verma Malik. The remaining four songs have been penned by Asad Bhopali. With the posting of this song, songwriter Asad Bhopali touches the double century milestone. He now has two hundred songs showcased on our blog.

The music is from the mind of that prodigal genius – Ganesh. The readers of this blog are by now very familiar with this name. Associated with an illustrious family of musicians, he is the son of Ram Prasad Sharma, and younger brother to Pyaarelal Ram Prasad Sharma (of the Laxmikant Pyaarelal duo).  In the beginning of 1960s, the name of Ganesh came to be acknowledged as the key contributor to the success of the music of Laxmikant Pyaarelal.  The effect of this impression in the industry was so strong that by the mid 1960s, he got about 10 assignments as an independent music director, even before a single film with his music had even got to the studio floors.

Ganesh was an expert with many instrument and a genius with creating tunes. He had the ability to create newer, fresher melodies that one had to stop and pay attention to. Pick up any film done by him (of which there sadly aren’t many), any song created by him, and as you listen, and if you are not aware of the identity of the music director, you will surely wonder who would it be, the creator of such a lovely melody. Somehow, the combination of the tones, the octaves and the emphases make the tunes created by this hugely talented musician simply touch a very endearing nerve, and the heart simply wants to sing along with the flow of the song.

But alas, recognition and success was not in his destiny. His songs, buzzing with hummable and memorable tunes, played themselves out in B and C grade cinema productions. Some of his songs escaped this banishment to the C grade world, and found a place on the radio waves, and in the mind and memories of listeners. Some such songs have remained in the memories; but then there are many other remarkable creations from him that are being rediscovered through this blog.

The earlier songs of this film that have been posted are,

1.       Chaand Kyaa Hai Roop Ka Darpan
2.       Hamsafar Ho Hamsafar Gham Na Kar
3.       Kali Se Nazaaron Se Bahaaron Se
4.       Yaaron Mujhe Peene Do

Today’s song is a stage dance song, which is performed on screen by Kum Kum, accompanied by. . .  an actress I am not able to place. She is either Jaishree T or Meena T. I request other readers and friends to kindly confirm. As is apparent from the sequence in this video clip, the plan is to eliminate the young heir to the throne by making him sit under a large glass chandelier, which will be made to fall on him at the end of the performance. The hero CBI officer and his side kick have been overpowered and are tied to water pipes in the basement. From the looks of it, all the members of the ‘evil’ gang are present in the audience. I can make out Sham Kumar and Ramesh Deo, and many more that I am not able to name, including a lady in yellow dress. Again, request to the more knowledgeable readers to help identify more people in this clip.

With this song, music director Ganesh now has 57 songs posted on our blog. Given that his total body of work is around 80 to 85 songs, we are close to getting all his songs on board. But for today, ‘Dhamki’ joins the list of films with all songs poster here. Time for another ‘Yippeee’ call.

[Ed Note: Dear Prakash ji has confirmed that the dancer on stage with Kum Kum is Jaishree T. And the lady in yellow dress, sitting in the audience, is Meena T. Prakash ji has also pointed out an error in the list of songs of this film – a case of incorrect cut and paste from another file. He has also pointed out the correction that there are two lyricists credited for this film. Prakash ji, thanks so much for your vigilant inputs, and for helping to update the correct information into this post. 🙂 ]

Song – Kaun Wafadaar Hai Kaun Bewafaa Hai (Dhamki) (1973) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Usha Mangeshkar,  Lyrics – Asad Bhopali, MD – Ganesh
Asha Bhosle + Usha Mangeshkar

Lyrics

kaun waafadaar hai
kaun bewafaa hai
tumko bhi pata hai
humko bhi pata hai
kaun waafadaar hai
kaun bewafaa hai
tumko bhi pata hai
humko bhi pata hai
raaz hai jo dil mein
paraai mehfil mein
hum kaise bataayen bataayen
kaun khatavaar hai
kaun be-khata hai
tumko bhi pata hai
humko bhi pata hai
kaun waafadaar hai
kaun bewafaa hai
tumko bhi pata hai
humko bhi pata hai

jhhoothi
ye duniya jhhoothi
deti rahi hai dhokha sabhi ko
hoga
jo hona hoga
jee bhar ka chaaho tum bhi kisi ko
saagar
chhalke
aanchal
dhalke
aao naa. . .
aaao naa pyaar karen
haan karen
deewaano
raat mazedaar hai
baat bevajaah hai
tumko bhi pata hai
humko bhi pata hai
kaun waafadaar hai
kaun bewafaa hai
tumko bhi pata hai
humko bhi pata hai

aankhen
do pyaasi aankhen
kehti hain rakh do
seene pe sar bhi
socho
haan itna socho
kal ki to kya
nahin pal ki khabar bhi
jalwe
le main
dil se
hoon main
aao naa. . .
aaao naa pyaar karen
haan karen
deewaano
ang lachakdaar hai
rang phool sa hai
tumko bhi pata hai
humko bhi pata hai
kaun waafadaar hai
kaun bewafaa hai
tumko bhi pata hai
humko bhi pata hai
raaz hai jo dil mein
paraai mehfil mein
hum kaise bataayen bataayen
kaun khatavaar hai
kaun be-khata hai
tumko bhi pata hai
humko bhi pata hai
kaun waafadaar hai
kaun bewafaa hai
tumko bhi pata hai
humko hi pata hai
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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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कौन वफादार है
कौन बेवफा है
तुमको भी पता है
हमको भी पता है
कौन वफादार है
कौन बेवफा है
तुमको भी पता है
हमको भी पता है
राज़ है जो दिल में
पराई महफिल में
हम कैसे बताएं बताएं
कौन खतावार है
कौन बे-खता है
तुमको भी पता है
हमको भी पता है
कौन वफादार है
कौन बेवफा है
तुमको भी पता है
हमको भी पता है

झूठी
ये दुनिया झूठी
देती रही है धोखा सभी को
होगा
जो होना होगा
जी भर के चाहो तुम भी किसी को
सागर
छलके
आँचल
ढलके
आओ ना॰॰॰
आओ ना प्यार करें
हाँ करें
दीवानों
रात मज़ेदार है
बात बेवजह है
तुमको भी पता है
हमको भी पता है
कौन वफादार है
कौन बेवफा है
तुमको भी पता है
हमको भी पता है

आँखें
दो प्यासी आँखें
कहती हैं रख दो
सीने पे सर भी
सोचो
हाँ इतना सोचो
कल की तो क्या
नहीं पल की खबर भी
जलवे
ले मैं
दिल से
हूँ मैं
आओ ना॰॰॰
आओ ना प्यार करें
हाँ करें
दीवानों
अंग लचकदार है
रंग फूल सा है
तुमको भी पता है
हमको भी पता है
कौन वफादार है
कौन बेवफा है
तुमको भी पता है
हमको भी पता है
राज़ है जो दिल में
पराई महफिल में
हम कैसे बताएं बताएं
कौन खतावार है
कौन बे-खता है
तुमको भी पता है
हमको भी पता है
कौन वफादार है
कौन बेवफा है
तुमको भी पता है
हमको भी पता है

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

Aah, the Yippeee sound for today. The film is from 1962 – ‘Apna Banaa Ke Dekho’. And the song – and elusive and obscure entity that I had not heard before myself. As I waded through the possible candidates, searching for the song that would complete the itinerary for the particular film, my fingers paused as this 1962 film. I was under the impression that this film would already be Yippeee’d, given the familiarity level and the comparative availability of songs. As I checked the numbers, I myself was surprised – that after six songs having been posted for this film, there still was a seventh song waiting to be brought on.

I checked the song lists, and the remaining candidate seemed so unfamiliar that it intrigued me. I tried to search for the song, but could not locate it online. Then began the search in my own collection, and lo, here was one number that I had practically forgotten. A surprising delight of a rendition by Asha Bhosle – a song that sounds like a dance song, that tells of the happiness and beauty of love fulfilled. What a lovely set of verses written by Shamsul Huda Bihari, what a wonderfully paced rhythm and melody tuned by Ravi, and what a lilting expression that has been enlivened by the voice of Asha ji.

Most of the songs of this film are quite well known, especially the first and the second ones in the following list,

1.       Raaz E Dil Unse Chhupaayaa Naa Gayaa
2.       Ham Pyaar Tumhe Karte Hain Hamen Apna Banaa Kar Dekho
3.       Tere Sadqe Mila De Mera Yaar Ooperwaale
4.       Kachchi Dagar Panghat Ki Chalat Darr Laage Re Laage Sakhi Ri
5.       Miley Hain Aap Jab Se Zindagi Kitni Suhaani Hai
6.       Hum To Pehli Hi Nazar Mein De Chuke Hain Dil Tumhen

The leading pair in this film are Manoj Kumar and Asha Parekh. The rest of the star cast list reads as – Nazeer Husain, Sunder, Achla Sachdev, Sajjan, Mohan Choti, Johnny Whisky, Shirley, Ram Singh, Narbada Shankar, Lakshmi and many more. The film is directed by Jagdish Narula for the banner of Chitra Sangam, Bombay. Of the seven songs in this film, four are penned by SH Bihari and three are the creation of Asad Bhopali.

This last song is surely a surprise find, a delightful gem that has been sitting obscure for all these years. It is posted now for your listening pleasure and that brings this film into the list of films Yippeee’d on our blog. Enjoy.

Song – Chaahat Ka Deewaana Dil (Apna Banaa Ke Dekho) (1962) Singer – Asha BhosleLyrics – Sh  Bihari, MD – Ravi

Lyrics

chaahat ka deewaana dil
ulfat ka parwaana dil
dhoondh raha hai aaj kisi ki
aankhon mein apni manzil
chaahat ka deewaana dil
ulfat ka parwaana dil
dhoondh raha hai aaj kisi ki
aankhon mein apni manzil
chaahat ka deewaana dil
ulfat ka parwaana dil

masti si fizaa mein chaai hai
aur pyaar mein doobi raaten hain
khushion ke taraane goonj rahe
aur naghmon ki barsaaten hain
kitni hai rangeen hamaare
armaanon ki ye mehfil
chaahat ka deewaana dil
ulfat ka parwaana dil
dhoondh raha hai aaj kisi ki
aankhon mein apni manzil
chaahat ka deewaana dil
ulfat ka parwaana dil

armaan ki kaliyaan khil jaayen
ye khwaab haqeeqat ban jaaye
jo dard hai meetha sa dil mein
wo dard mohabbat ban jaaye
duniya ki saari khushiaan phir
ho jaayen mujhko haasil
chaahat ka deewaana dil
ulfat ka parwaana dil
dhoondh raha hai aaj kisi ki
aankhon mein apni manzil
chaahat ka deewaana dil
ulfat ka parwaana dil

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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चाहत का दीवाना दिल
उलफत का परवाना दिल
ढूंढ रहा है आज किसी की
आँखों में अपनी मंज़िल
चाहत का दीवाना दिल
उलफत का परवाना दिल
ढूंढ रहा है आज किसी की
आँखों में अपनी मंज़िल
चाहत का दीवाना दिल
उलफत का परवाना दिल

मस्ती सी फिज़ा में छाई है
और प्यार में डूबी रातें हैं
खुशिओं के तराने गूंज रहे
और नग़मों की बरसातें हैं
कितनी है रंगीन हमारे
अरमानों की ये महफिल
चाहत का दीवाना दिल
उलफत का परवाना दिल
ढूंढ रहा है आज किसी की
आँखों में अपनी मंज़िल
चाहत का दीवाना दिल
उलफत का परवाना दिल

अरमान की कलियाँ खिल जाएँ
ये ख्वाब हक़ीक़त बन जाये
जो दर्द है मीठा सा दिल में
वो दर्द मोहब्बत बन जाये
दुनिया की सारी खुशियाँ फिर
हो जाएँ मुझको हासिल
चाहत का दीवाना दिल
उलफत का परवाना दिल
ढूंढ रहा है आज किसी की
आँखों में अपनी मंज़िल
चाहत का दीवाना दिल
उलफत का परवाना दिल


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

A film by name ‘Shobha’ is already present on our blog. That film is from the year 1942. As I was checking the film lists in the 1950s, I find that there is another film by the same name in the year 1954. This latter film is still to open its account on the blog. Well, that was just before this post came online. Today’s debut film is ‘Shobha’ from 1954.

Checking the Geet Kosh, I find the following details for this film. This film is a social drama, directed by Niren Lahiri, for the production banner of SB Productions, Bombay. The star cast includes Usha Kiran, Abhi Bhattacharya, Chhabi Biswas, Manju De, Shikha Bagh, Purnendu Mukherji, Rani Bannerji, Rekha Chatterji, Trilochan Jha, amongst others. Viewing the list of actors, gives me a feeling that majority of artists associated with this film are of Bangla origin. And there is more to it. The films is based on a story written by Sarat Chandra Chatterjee. And yes, the music director is Robin Chatterjee 🙂 . And yes, surely enough, as I tried to look for more information, I found one comment that says this film was simultaneously made in Hindi and Bengali, and that the name of the Bangla version is ‘Shubhada’.

The film has eight songs which are shared amongst two lyricists – Kaif Irfani and Mahendra Pran. This song is from the pen of Mahendra Pran. The singing voice is that of Asha Bhosle.

The song is a story song – actually a tota-maina story. The audio clip that I can locate for this song starts with the line that are captioned in the title. However, when I reference the Geet Kosh, this song has a couple of lead in lines, the first one of which reads – “Maina Boli Sun Re Totey, Aaj Hai Teri Baari…”. And as we come to the end of the song, one of last lines is “Maina Hans Ke Boli Sun Re Totey. . .”. So it seems like a story telling session, probably a mother telling a story to put a child to sleep. And the tale is told as the traditional story telling conversation between a ‘tota’ and a ‘maina’. I am sure few more film songs will blink on in the mind, which also are presented as a ‘tota – maina’ exchange.

So enjoy this simple and short story being told, about a princess who is lonely and sad, but then the prince charming appears on the scene, and they live happily ever after – well, almost precisely to that effect. 🙂

And yes, the 1954 film ‘Shobha’ makes its debut on our blog today.

Song – Hothon Par Fariyaad Chhupaaye Nainon Mein Barsaat (Shobha) (1954) Singer – Asha BhosleLyrics – Mahendra Pran, MD – Robin Chatterjee

Lyrics

hothon mein fariyaad chhupaaye
nainon mein barsaat
neel gagan ki rajkumari
roti thi din raat
hothon mein fariyaad chhupaaye
nainon mein barsaat
neel gagan ki rajkumari
roti thi din raat

sapnon ke toote mahalon mein
ujaley mein andhiyaara
bindiya na kaajal ghar mein
soona jeevan saara
sapnon ke toote mahalon mein
ujaley mein andhiyaara
bindiya na kaajal ghar mein
soona jeevan saara

aankhon se paani bhi rootha
rooth gaya bhagwan
kood padi gehre paani mein
dene apni jaan
aankhon se paani bhi rootha
rooth gaya bhagwan
kood padi gehre paani mein
dene apni jaan

saagar roya
lehren royin
behti nadi royee
saagar roya
lehren royin
behti nadi royee
dukhiaari ke mann ki peeda
jaan na paaya koi

roopnagar se ek salona
rajkumar jo aaya
aaa aaa aaa
roopnagar se ek salona
rajkumar jo aaya
neel kamal ka phool ek
lehron mein paaya

koelen kookeen
bhanwaron ne kaliyon ko geet sunaaye
koelen kookeen
bhanwaron ne kaliyon ko geet sunaaye
raja ne raani ke nainon se
pyaar bhare nain milaaye

chaand hasaa taare muskaaye
maina hans ke boli
sun re totey
des ko phaunchi jaa un ki doli
sun re totey
des ko phaunchi jaa un ki doli

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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होठों में फरियाद छुपाए
नैनों में बरसात
नील गगन की राजकुमारी
रोती थी दिन रात
होठों में फरियाद छुपाए
नैनों में बरसात
नील गगन की राजकुमारी
रोती थी दिन रात

सपनों के टूटे महलों में
उजले में अँधियारा
बिंदिया ना काजल घर में
सूना जीवन सारा
सपनों के टूटे महलों में
उजले में अँधियारा
बिंदिया ना काजल घर में
सूना जीवन सारा

आँखों से पानी भी रूठा
रूठ गया भगवान
कूद पड़ी गहरे पानी में
देने अपनी जान
आँखों से पानी भी रूठा
रूठ गया भगवान
कूद पड़ी गहरे पानी में
देने अपनी जान

सागर रोया
लहरें रोईं
बहती नदिया रोई
सागर रोया
लहरें रोईं
बहती नदिया रोई
दुखियारी के मन की पीड़ा
जान ना पाया कोई

रूपनगर से एक सलोना
राजकुमार जो आया
आ आ आ
रूपनगर से एक सलोना
राजकुमार जो आया
नीलकमल का फूल एक
लहरों में पाया

कोएलें कूकीं
भँवरों ने कलियों को गीत सुनाए
कोएलें कूकीं
भँवरों ने कलियों को गीत सुनाए
राजा ने रानी के नैनों से
प्यार भरे नैन मिलाये

चाँद हसा तारे मुसकाए
मैना हंस के बोली
सुन रे तोते
देस को पहुंची जा उनकी डोली
सुन रे तोते
देस को पहुंची जा उनकी डोली


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

OK so, ‘Ek Ladki Saat Ladke’ from 1961, is the film that today joins the ranks of films with all their songs posted. It is Yippeee-land time for this film. And that’s all folks, that I can say for this film. Another one of the ‘Lost Children’, about whom nothing more is known, nothing more exists in memory. Yes, there is information that is contained in the Geet Kosh. Based on the Geet Kosh inputs, the basic demographics for this film are as follows.

The film is produced and directed by Roop K Shorey. The cast of actors is very brief – Ravinder Kapoor, Ameeta, Majnu, Badri Prasad, and Durga Khote. After having tasted success with ‘Ek Thi Ladki’ (1949) and ‘Ek Do Teen’ (1953), Roop K Shorey tried to repeat a similar sounding formula in this film.  The earlier two films had Motilal and Meena K Shorey as the lead pair, and Vinod as the music director.  But in this film, the only common link is Vinod, who also was replaced by S Mohinder, in unfortunate circumstances.

This is one of the films that music director Vinod was working on when he unexpectedly passed away in 1959.  Some songs had been recorded, and for the remaining songs, the composition work was completed by S Mohinder.  In the Geet Kosh, for some songs of this film, the name of the music director is not specifically identified.  This song is one of them.

Geet Kosh lists five songs for this film. For all the five songs, the words are written by Majrooh Sultanpuri.

Thankfully though, all the five listed songs are available as 78 rpm recordings. And yet once again, an obscure and lost film, whose songs are simply superb.

Teri Zulfn Ke Saaye Mein Jeena Hai Jee”, such a soft romantic duet, in the voices of Rafi Sb and Asha ji. So soft is the tone and rendition of this song that Atul in his write up of this song says – “This is an interesting song where Rafi sings softly in a velvety voice. In fact this is a song where Rafi sings like Talat Mehmood.”

Itni Si Baat Ka Fasaana Na Banaao”, another enchanting duet of Rafi Sb and Asha ji.

Agar Tum Na Hanste To Ham Bhi Na Phanste”, a delightful all female duet, in the voices of Asha ji and Sudha Malhotra.

And then there is this song that almost made it to the Fabulous Foot Tapper series, but then was pulled by me for my ‘Ye hai Bombay Meri Jaan’ series – “Main Flora, Rang Mera Gora”. Aah ys, expectedly, in the voice of Asha ji.

Coming to this song for today. The singing voices are of Mahendra Kapoor and Asha ji.  One of the songs for which you are bound to say, ‘really, wow’. A song that is basically crafted on the traditional Tappe genre from Punjab. The singers compete with one another, in that one will present a two liner as a query or a teaser, and the other singer is then supposed to suitably respond, addressing the query or posing a counter query or giving a ‘मुंह तोड़ जवाब’ (a fitting repartee), to the teaser floated by the first singer. This traditional folk genre is very popular in Punjab, and I am sure there are corresponding genres in many other regional cultures. In Punjabi, there is almost an unending variety of this type of song. Just this song itself is a  double length song, lasting more than six minutes, and is accommodated on two sides of a 78 rpm record.

A very interesting tete-a-tete between the two singers, wherein many flavors of the matters of the heart are being expressed. I am sure you will really enjoy this number.

Song – Mal Mal Ke Jaaye Mera Jiyaa (Ek Ladki Saat Ladke) (1961) Singers – Mahendra Kapoor, Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD – Vinod/S Mohinder

Lyrics

mal mal ke jaaye mera jiya
mal mal ke jaaye mera jiya

oy mal mal ke jaaye mera jiya
dilwaali
mal mal ke jaaye mera jiya
dupatta tera mal mal ka haaye
dupatta tera mal mal ka ha..aye
ni soniye
o jaise ke laage mera piya
dilwaala
jaise ke laage mera piya
dekho ji chhora aaj kal ka haaye
dekho ji chhora aaj kal ka haaye
ve soneyaa heereya

lat mukh pe dekh ruk gaya
lat mukh pe dekh ruk gaya
ho lat mukh pe dekh ruk gaya kaahe babu
lat mukh pe dekh ruk gaya
le apni gali ka rastaa haaye
le apni gali ka rastaa haaye
ve mundeyaa

o badli mein chaand chhup gaya jab gori
badli mein chaand chhup gaya
bhatak gaya main bhi rasta haaye
bhatak gaya main bhi rasta haaye haye
ni soniye
lachhiye

oy sadqe
oy hass ke

ganne se pyaar tera meetha
ganne se pyaar tera meetha
o ganne se pyaar tera meetha mastaani
ganne se pyaar tera meetha
katora bhar de re dil ka haaye
katora bhar de re dil ka haaye
ni lachhiye

bin piye hi mauj mein aaya mastaane
bin piye hi mauj mein aaya
jawaab nahin teri gal ka haaye
jawaab nahin teri gal ka

kankar na maar o pagle
kankar na maar o pagle
kankar na maar pagle matwaale
kankar na maar o pagle
paayal boley chhun chhun se ji
paayal boley chhun chhun se haaye
ve soneya

bichhuaa bajaa ke mat chalo matwaali
bichhuaa bajaa ke mat chalo
zeher chadhe sun sun ke haaye
zeher chadhe sun sun ke haaye haaye
ni soniye
kudiye

ho..oy..ye..e

nikle ho nain takraane
nikle ho nain takraane
ho nikle ho nain takraane o deewaane
nikle ho nain takraane
sheeshe mein zara munh dekho ji
sheeshe mein zara munh dekho ji
ve mundeya

o tujhe chhod aur kahaan dekhun o deewaani
tujhe chhod aur kahaan dekhun
tu hi jo mera darpan ho haaye
tu hi jo mera darpan ho haaye haaye
ni soniye
lachhiye

laakhon ki aankh teri sooni
laakhon ki aankh teri sooni
o laakhon ki aankh teri sooni kaahe gori
laakhon ki aankh teri sooni
kajal nahin aaj hasey haaye
kajal nahin aaj hasey haaye
ni soniye

is darr se kajal nahin daalun akhiyon mein
is darr se kajal nahin daalun
nainon mein tera pyar basey haaye
nainon mein tera pyar basey haaye
ve soneya
dholna

[sounds of bhangra dancing]
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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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मल मल के जाये मेरा जिया
मल मल के जाये मेरा जिया

ओय मल मल के जाये मेरा जिया
दिलवाली
मल मल के जाये मेरा जिया
दुपट्टा तेरा मम माल का हाए
दुपट्टा तेरा मम माल का हा॰॰ए
नी सोनिए
ओ जैसे के लागे मेरा पिया
दिलवाला
जैसे के लागे मेरा पिया
देखो जी छोरा आज कल का हाए
देखो जी छोरा आज कल का हाए
वे सोनेया हीरेया

लट मुख पे देख रुक गया
लट मुख पे देख रुक गया
हो लट मुख पे देख रुक गया काहे बाबू
लट मुख पे देख रुक गया
ले अपनी गली का रस्ता हाए
ले अपनी गली का रस्ता हाए
वे मुंडेया

ओ बदली में चाँद छुप गया जब गोरी
बदली में चाँद छुप गया
भटक गया मैं भी रस्ता हाए
भटक गया मैं भी रस्ता हाए हाए
नी सोनिए
लच्छीये

ओय सदक़े
ओय हस्स के

गन्ने से प्यार तेरा मीठा
गन्ने से प्यार तेरा मीठा
ओ गन्ने से प्यार तेरा मीठा मस्तानी
गन्ने से प्यार तेरा मीठा
कटोरा भर दे रे दिलका हाए
कटोरा भर दे रे दिलका हाए
नी

बिन पिये ही मौज में आया मस्ताने
बिन पिये ही मौज में आया
जवाब नहीं तेरी गल का हाए
जवाब नहीं तेरी गल का

कंकर ना मार ओ पगले
कंकर ना मार ओ पगले
कंकर ना मार ओ पगले मतवाले
कंकर ना मार ओ पगले
पायल बोले छुन छुन से जी
पायल बोले छुन छुन से हाए
वे सोनेया

बिछुया बजा के मत चलो मतवाली
बिछुया बजा के मत चलो
जहर चढ़े सुन सुन के हाए
जहर चढ़े सुन सुन के हाए हाए
नी सोनीए
कुडीए

हो॰॰ओय॰॰ये॰॰ए

निकले हो नैन टकराने
निकले हो नैन टकराने
हो निकले हो नैन टकराने ओ दीवाने
निकले हो नैन टकराने
शीशे में ज़रा मुंह देखो जी
शीशे में ज़रा मुंह देखो जी
वे मुंडेया

ओ तुझे छोड़ और कहाँ देखूँ ओ दीवानी
तुझे छोड़ और कहाँ देखूँ
तू ही जो मेरा दर्पण हो हाए
तू ही जो मेरा दर्पण हो हाए हाए
नी सोनीए
लच्छीये

लाखों की आँख तेरी सूनी
लाखों की आँख तेरी सूनी
ओ लाखों की आँख तेरी सूनी काहे गोरी
लाखों की आँख तेरी सूनी
कजल नहीं आज हसे
कजल नहीं आज हसे
नी सोनीए

इस डर से कजल नहीं डालूँ अखियों में
इस डर से कजल नहीं डालूँ
नैनों में तेरा प्यार बसे हाए
नैनों में तेरा प्यार बसे हाए
वे सोनेया
ढोलना

[भांगड़ा नाच के शब्द]


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 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.

Atul ji’s 10K Song Milestone Celebrations – 3
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This is a very special day, a very special occasion. Our leader of the Blog, Atul ji, has completed individual 10,000 posts.

What an achievement ! 10,000 song posts, with Lyrics and a related text to go with it, posted by a single person !!

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

Missing Films of 1960s – 28
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Ever so often, I go searching for a song, an obscure song from an obscure film. I do not know what I will find, because the film is unfamiliar and the songs are unheard. I just dive into the list of songs sitting in my hard drive, with apprehensions, knowing not what will be discovered. And almost always, when I return to surface, I am gasping for breath, not that I was not able breath while in the depths of my collection, but because of wonder and joy on having laid my hands on a fabulous gem of a song that I had not heard before. And going by the awareness factor and availability online, the same may be true for friends and readers who may quite well also be listening to such gems for the first time.
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This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Mohammed Rafi – ‘अ’  से  ‘ह’ तक  (From ‘अ’ to ‘ह’) – 36
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“सावन की परी चुप चुप है खड़ी

I came across this song for the first time, few weeks ago. It has been sitting in the hard disk for quite some time now, one of a set of songs of Rafi Sb that Bakshish Singh ji gave to me. On some prompting thought in the mind, I just played this song, as I was searching for a song starting with ‘स’, and goodness, just could not believe that this wonderful gem of a song has been sitting away from mainstream listening. Later, when I checked online, this song is posted on YT more than once, implying it is not so rare as I would imagine. Oh but, what a song, what a song.
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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 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.

‘Pyaar Ka Bandhan’ (1963) has a total of seven songs (including one multiple version song). Out of these seven songs five songs have already been posted on the blog.
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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 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

Wishing that everyone in this Kingdom of Atulsongaday has the power to withstand the early summer that we are experiencing this year, the sun seems to be unusually hot.
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This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

As soon as he discovers that I have uploaded a new post, Arvinder ji (I should say, Dear Arvinder ji) is immediately on my case – “where are the songs that I have requested”. And so it transpires this time also. As soon as he became aware of my previous post (of Tuesday early morning), I have been getting calls and messages of all types reminding me of his list of requests for songs that are very dear, but are not easily available at this time. We had a small get together of our group yesterday afternoon. Arvinder ji was also present. And I don’t need to add much more to say how he urged me to post the songs he has requested.
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