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Posts Tagged ‘C Ramchandra


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Blog Day : 3666 Post No. : 14538

“Bahaadur”(1944) was directed by Bhagwan for Jagriti Pictures, Bombay. This stunt movie had Baburao Pahalwan, Bhagwan, Samson, Bhagwandas, Dharpure, Yashwant, Shanta Patel, Bibi, Surekha, Nirasha etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it.

Here is the first from “Bahaadur”(1944) to appear in the blog. HFGK is silent about the singers of this movie. The uploader (our own Mr Sadanand Kamath) identifies the singers as Hamida Bano and C Ramchandra.

Ehsan Rizvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by C Ramchandra.

Only the audio of the song is available. Assuming that Bhhagwan and Shanta Patel were the lead pair in the movie, it would appear that the song was picturised on them. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of this song.

With this rare song, “Bahaadur”(1944) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Aao more pyaare saanwariya(Bahaadur)(1944) Singers-Hamida Bano, C Ramchandra, Lyrics-Ehsan Rizvi, MD-C Ramchandra
Both

Lyrics

Aao more pyaare saanwariya
aao more pyaare saanwariya
man ki
man ki sooni nagariya
man ki
man ki sooni nagariya aa aa aa
pihu pihu bole papeeha
pihu pihu bole papeeha
chhaayi hai
chhaayi hai kaali badariya
chhaayi hai
chhaayi hai kaari badariya aa aa
aao more pyaare saanwariya

aayi mere man ko sajan yaad tihaari
aayi mere man ko sajan yaad tihaari
laagi mere man mein ye aankhon ki kataari
laagi mere man mein ye aankhon ki kataari

bane kyun un un
bane kyun prem pujaari
bane kyun un un
bane kyun prem pujaari
baanki hai tori najariya
un hoon
tori najariya
aao more pyaare saanwariya

maine wahaan tumko nazar kah ke pukaara
maine wahaan tumko nazar kah ke pukaara
kiski nigaahon ne kiya phir ye ishaara
kiski nigaahon ne kiya phir ye ishaara

maine aen aen
maine papeeha ko pukaara
maine
maine papeeha ko pukaara aa aa aa
aaya main teri atariya aa aa aa
aaya main teri atariya

man ki
man ki sooni nagariya
man ki
man ki sooni nagariya aa aa aa
aao more pyaare saanwariya

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Blog Day : 3663 Post No. : 14532

“Naghma e Sahra”(1945) aka Song of desert was directed by Bhagwan for Jagriti Pictures, Bombay. This Constume drama movie had Master Vitthal, Khursheed Junior, Bhagwan, amarnath, Bhagwandas, Kavita devi, Shanta Patel, Vasant, Nawaz etc in it.

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

Here is the second song from “Naghma e Sahra”(1945) to appear in the blog. HFGK is silent about the lyricist. The uploader (our own Mr Sadanand Kamath) identifies the singers as Hamida Bano and C Ramchandra, and I agree with this identification.

Ehsan Rizvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by C Ramchandra.

Only the audio of the song is available. assuming that Bhhagwan and Shanta Patel were the lead pair in the movie, it would appear that the song was picturised on them. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Kisi ki yaad kisi ko aayi (Naghma e Sahra)(1945) Singers-Hamida Bano, C Ramchandra, Lyrics-Ehsan Rizvi, MD-C Ramchandra
Both

Lyrics

kisi ki yaad kisi ko aayi
kisi ki yaad kisi ko aayi

mujhko to maaloom nahin
ye ulfat ke afsaane
yaad kisi ki chhalkaaye kyun
aankhon ke paimaane
ye kaisi baat sunaayi ee ee
ye kaisi baat sunaayi ee ee
kisi ki yaad kisi ko aayi
kisi ki yaad kisi ko aayi

kyun dil ka raaj chhupati ho
hmm hmm hmm
jab dil ka chor pakadta hai
duniya to ab jaan gayi
jo do dil ka afsaana hai
teri yaad yahaan tak laayi ee ee
teri yaad yahaan tak laayi ee ee
kisi ki yaad kisi ko aayi
kisi ki yaad kisi ko aayi

jo munh se baat nikalti hai ae ae
wo afsaana ban jaati hai ae
mast nazar chup rah kar bhi ee
apna bhed bataati hai

hai ulfat mein ruswaayi ee ee
hmm hmm
hai ulfat mein ruswaayi ee ee
kisi ki yaad kisi ko aayi
kisi ki yaad kisi ko aayi


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Blog Day : 3613 Post No. : 14406

“Amardeep” was a movie that was made by Shivaji Productions and directed by T. Prakash Rao in 1958. It was a remake of the Tamil “Amara Deepam” (1956) which also directed by T. Prakash Rao; which itself was a remake of the 1942 English film “Random Harvest” which was based on the novel of the same name by James Hilton. There was also a Bengali movie in 1957 “Harano Sur” on the same story. (all this information is thanks to Wikipedia) So that means there were audiences for this kind of sentimental stories.

The Tamil and Hindi versions had Padmini playing the character of Roopa who takes care of the hero- Dev Anand in Hindi and Shivaji Ganesan in Tamil- after he meets with an accident and forgets his past with Vyjayantimala (in Hindi) and Savitri (in Tamil). I had heard from my dad that he had seen the movie at the time of its release -first day first show and when the Tamil version released in a morning show (that was the name for the 9 or 10 A.M. show) he saw that too. I don’t remember what his review of the movie was but he had told me that the Hindi movie had 12 songs in it; the most popular one being “dekh humein awaaz na dena o bedard zamaane” having two versions.

Before I wrote this post, I sat through the movie. A decent movie, not exactly a tear-jerker but full of emotions on the part of the central characters. Plus, we have Pran putting in an act of possessive and hot- tempered “mangetar” (fiancé) of Vyjayantimala. So, there is scope for little fisticuffs at the climax. Then we also are surprised by the fact that the heroines are sisters who are separated in their childhood as the father gives away the younger daughter for cash to a wealthy man so that he can treat his sick elder daughter. And when the sisters, who are in love with the same man realise this, the elder one sacrifices her love and conveniently comes in the way when Pran fires at Dev Anand. There is a strained comedy track involving Johnny Walker and Mukri (which we could have done without). I hope this gives a brief idea about what the movie was all about. ??

There was one more reason for me to sit through this movie. I was trying to locate a song and its relevance in the movie. The song if it had ever been shot should have appeared here at 43:35 or thereabouts of the movie as we can see Dev and Vyjayantimala roaming around a mela and she has got some balloons in her hand. I was also trying to get the balloons (gubbaare) as it is the birthday of a keen follower of the blog. We also call him our in-house encyclopedia. Our dear Shri. Arunkumar Deshmukh turns a year younger today(9 june 2018).

Wishing him a musical journey with us forever with this song by a singer- music composer about whom he has provided us vast information. Rajinder Kishan is the lyricist. It has an “Eena meena deka” feel to it. Specially the opening and interlude music piece. I would love to know if it was ever picturised, if so on whom and if not why such a lively song was left out of the movie, it would have lightened the proceedings.


Song-Le lo le lo gubbaare (Amardeep)(1958) Singer-C Ramchandra, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-C Ramchandra

Lyrics

le
lo
arre le lo le lo
lelo lelo gubbaare
le lo le lo
lelo gubbaare lelo
rang birange pyaare saare
rangbirange pyaare saare
le lo le lo lelo lelo gubbaare

sukde ko patle
arre phoole ko mote
darshan bhaari naam hai chhote
kaliyon se halke lelo
phoolon se pyaare lelo
rang birange pyaare pyaare
rangbirange pyaare pyaare
le
lo
le lo
le lo
lelo lelo gubbaare

neele
are peele
hai neele peele hare gulaabi
jhoome hawa mein jaise sharaabi
dole talab mein dole
saaqi ke dwaare dole
rangbirange pyaare pyaare
rangbirange pyaare pyaare
le
lo
le lo le lo
lelo lelo gubbaare

baba bhi khele
aur baby bhi khele
jodi salaamat o baabu lele
chamke tumhaari waah waah
ulfat ke taare wah wah
rangbirange pyaare pyaare
rangbirange pyaare pyaare
le
lo
le lo le lo
lelo lelo gubbaare aeeeee


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Blog Day : 3602 Post No. : 14376

“Duniya Gol Hai”(1955) was produced by C Ramchandra and directed by Om Prakash for New Sai Productions, Bombay. This “social” movie had Anita Guha, Karan Dewan, Kuldeep Kaur, Indu Pal, Shyam Lal, Kumud Tripathi, Nisar Khandwi, Som Dutt, Hafiz, Kanwar Kesho, Pal Sharma, Sundar, Om Prakash etc with lots of guest appearances viz.Jairaj, Heeralal, Randheer, Madan Puri, Raj Mehra, Maruti, Johny Walker, Nadira, Shashikala, Shammi, Roopmala, Smriti Biswas, Begam Para etc in it.

The movie had seven songs in it. Four of these songs have been covered in the blog.

Here is the fifth song from “Duniya Gol Hai”(1955). This song is sung by Lata. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by C Ramchandra.

Only the audio of this song is available. The voice of Lata was there in every song of the movie (except one song where details of singers are not known). So she may have sung for the leading lady of the movie or for any other ladies in the movie. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.

The song can be described as an archtypical Lata-Rajinder Krishan-C Ramchandra magical composition.

With this song, C Ramchandra completes 500 songs as a music composer in the blog.


Song-Jaane waale na ja de ke dard e jigar (Duniya Gol Hai)(1955) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-C Ramchandra

Lyrics

jaane waale
jaane waale
jaane waale na ja de ke dard-e-jigar
jaane waale
jaane waale na ja de ke dard-e-jigar
jaate jaate idhar dekh le ik nazar
jaane waale
jaane waale na ja de ke dard-e-jigar
jaane waale

bekhabar tujhko meri wafa ki kasam
bekhabar tujhko meri wafa ki kasam
rok le
rok le
rok le
apne badhte kadam
rok le rok le
apne badhte kadam
dil mein armaan jaga ke chala hai kidhar
dil mein armaan jaga ke chala hai kidhar
jaane waale
jaane waale na ja de ke dard-e-jigar
jaane waale

meri hasrat bhari iltiza maan le ae ae ae
meri hasrat bhari iltiza maan le
main kahoon na kahoon haal-e-dil jaan le
main kahu na kahoon haal-e-dil jaan le
laut aa
laut aa ye mera dil hai tera hi ghar
laut aa ye mera dil hai tera hi ghar
jaane waale
jaane waale na ja de ke dard-e-jigar
jaane waale
jaane waale na ja de ke dard-e-jigar
jaate jaate idhar dekh le ik nazar
jaane waale


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Blog Day : 3594 Post No. : 14345

“Hangaama”(1952) was produced and directed by Ram Kamlani for Gope Productions, Bombay. The movie had Nutan, Nasir Khan, K N Singh, David, Cuckkoo, Gope, Yakoob etc with Raj Mehra is guest appearance.

The movie had nine songs in it. Four of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fifth song from “Hangaama”(1952) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Lata. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by C Ramchandra.

Only the audio of this song is available. It seems certain that the song was picturised on the leading lady, viz Nutan in this case. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this rare song.


Song-Bhola shikaari nishaana na jaane (Hungaama)(1952) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-C Ramchandra

Lyrics

bade teer maare
magar ik na laagaa
muhabbat mein aakhir
shikaari hi bhaagaa

bholaa shikaari nishaanaa na jaane
naadaan dil kaa lagaana na jaane
bholaa shikaari ee
bholaa shikaari nishaanaa na jaane
naadaan dil kaa lagaana na jaane
bholaa shikaari ee

jo dil tadapne par na ho raazi
khelegaa kyaa wo muhobbat ki baazi
jo dil tadapne par na ho raazi
khelegaa kyaa wo muhobbat ki baazi
jalnaa na jaane
jalaanaa na jaane
naadaan dil kaa lagaanaa na jaane
bholaa shikaari ee
bholaa shikaari nishaanaa na jaane
naadaan dil kaa lagaanaa na jaane
bholaa shikaari ee

chalen teer pe teer
dil muskuraaye
ho o o o
ho o o
ho o o
mazaa pyaar karne kaa aise hi aaye
ho o o
ho o o
ho o o
chalen teer pe teer dil muskuraaye
mazaa pyaar karne kaa aise hi aaye
dil ki tadap ko zamaanaa na jaane
naadaan dil kaa lagaanaa na jaane
bholaa shikaari ee
bholaa shikaari nishaanaa na jaane
naadaan dil kaa lagaanaa na jaane
bholaa shikaari ee


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Blog Day : 3579 Post No. : 14329

“Ghunghroo”(1952) was produced by Om Prakash and directed by Hiren Bose for Filmkar Limited, Bombay. The movie had Om Prakash (double role), Sumitra Devi, Kuldeep Kaur, K N Singh, Badri Prasad, Murad etc in it.

The movie had nine songs in it. Three songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fourth song from “Ghunghroo”(1952) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata and chorus. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by C Ramchandra.

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

The song sounds so sweet that it is bound to give you diabetes. 🙂


Song-Badnaam ho raha hai ab ishq ka fasaana (Ghunghroo)(1952) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-C Ramchandra
Chorus

Lyrics

badnaam ho raha hai
ab ishq ka fasaana
badnaam ho raha hai
ab ishq ka fasaana
rasm e wafa na jaane
rasm e wafa na jaane
ye bewafa zamaana
badnaam ho raha hai
ab ishq ka fasaana
hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm

kehte hain ishq jisko
hai zindagi ki baazi
ee ee ee ee
hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm

kehte hain ishq jisko
hai zindagi ki baazi
koi khel to nahin hai
duniya mein dil lagaana
koi khel to nahin hai
duniya mein dil lagaana
rasm e wafa na jaane
rasm e wafa na jaane
ye bewafa zamaana
badnaam ho raha hai
ab ishq ka fasaana
aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa aa

mushqil nahin hai koi
waada wafa ka karna
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
mushqil bahut hai lekin
kar ke usey nibhaana
mushqil bahut hai lekin
kar ke usey nibhaana
rasm e wafa na jaane
rasm e wafa na jaane
ye bewafa zamaana
badnaam ho raha hai
ab ishq ka fasaana


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Blog Day : 3576 Post No. : 14322

“Hangaama”(1952) was produced and directed by Ram Kamlani for Gope Productions, Bombay. The movie had Nutan, Nasir Khan, K N Singh, David, Cuckkoo, Gope, Yakoob etc with Raj Mehra is guest appearance.

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

Here is the third song from “Hangaama”(1952) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Lata. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by C Ramchandra.

Only the audio of this song is available. Lata was the main female singer in this movie. So it seems certain that the song was picturised on the leading lady, viz Nutan in this case. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this pathos filled song.


Song-Dard ke maare huye (Hangaama)(1952) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-C Ramchandra

Lyrics

dard ke maare huye
aur pyaar ke loote huye
kaun si duniya mein jaayenge
ye dil toote huye ae
dard ke maare huye

chaar din ki is judaai mein
samajh baithha hai dil il
samajh baithha hai dil
ik zamaana ho gaya
ik zamaana ho gaya
tumse hamen chhoote huye
dard ke maare huye
aur pyaar ke loote huye
kaun si duniya mein jaayenge
ye dil toote huye
dard ke maare huye

kuchh suhaane khwaab dekhe
thhe mohabbat ne kabhi
o o o o o
kuchh suhaane khwaab dekhe thhe
mohabbat ne kabhi ee
mohabbat ne kabhi
haaye ri kismat wo saare
haaye ri kismat wo saare
khwaab ab jhoothhe huye
dard ke maare huye
aur pyaar ke loote huye
kaun si duniya mein jaayenge
ye dil toote huye ae
dard ke mare huye


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Blog Day : 3573 Post No. : 14315

“Ladki”(1953) was produced by A V Meyiappan and directed by M V Raman for AVM Productions, Madras. The movie was also simultaneously made in Tamil and Telugu, where they were titled “Penn” and “Sangham” respectively.

“Ladki”(1953) had Bharat Bhushan, Vyjyanti Mala, Kishore Kumar, Anjali devi, V Nagiya, Leela Mishra, Randheer, Indira Acharya, Raj Mehra, Master Chhotu, Umesh Sharm, Om Prakash etc in it.

The movie had 14 songs in it. Six songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the seventh song from “Ladki”(1953) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Lata. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by C Ramchandra.

The song is picturised as a dance song on Vyjyanti Mala.


Song-Tod ke duniya ki deewaar balamwa kar le mujhse pyaar(Ladki)(1953) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-C Ramchandra

Lyrics

aa aa aa aa
hurr
aa aa aa aa
hurr ho

tod ke duniya ki deewaar
tod ke duniya ki deewaar
balamwa kar le mujhse pyaar
jo hoga dekha jaayega aa
jo hoga dekha jaayega
jo hoga dekha jaayega
sajaniya naina kar le chaar
sajaniya naina kar le chaar
mohabbat ho jaaye ek baar
jo hoga dekha jaayega aa
jo hoga dekha jaayega
jo hoga dekha jaayega

dil maange teri preet
ho dhola ban ja mera meet
dil maange teri preet
ho dhola ban ja mera meet
main kitni galiyaan kar ke paar
main kitni galiyaan kar ke paar
ho sainyya aayi tere dwaar
jo hoga dekha jaayega
jo hoga dekha jaayega
jo hoga dekha jaayega

aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
tum khadi ho mujhse door
tum khadi ho mujhse door
nahin ye
nahin ye baat hai manzoor
nahin ye baat mujhe manzoor
jaley jo jalta hai sansaar
jaley jo jalta hai sansaar
aa ban ja mere galey ka haar
jo hoga dekha jaayega aa
jo hoga dekha jaayega
jo hoga dekha jaayega

lo aaj gaya hai mil
ho tere dil se mera dil
lo aaj gaya hai mil
ho tere dil se mera dil
mohabbat ka pahla ikraar
mohabbat ka pahla ikraar
kiya hai pahli pahli baar
jo hoga dekha jaayega aa
jo hoga dekha jaayega
tod ke duniya ki deewaar
balamwa kar le mujhse pyaar
jo hoga dekha jayega aa
jo hoga dekha jaayega
jo hoga dekha jaayega


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Blog Day : 3548 Post No. : 14236

Today’s song is from a film called Ahinsa-1947. The film makes its Debut on the Blog. The song is sung by Chitalkar, an unknown female voice and Chorus. Written by G S Nepali, it is composed by C Ramchandra.

1947 was a very momentous and memorable year in the annals of Hindi film Industry.Many talented actors, directors,singers, composers, lyricists, writers and technicians left India, opting to migrate to Pakistan. The year 1947 actually started with a bad Omen. K L Saigal died on 18th January 1947. The country was on the threshold of Partition and Independence for two countries. The film industry, which was a true Secular industry, started harbouring doubts about each other.

Muslim artists who decided to migrate, started completing their assignments hurriedly. Suddenly, the film industry became extremely busy, resulting in churning out 181 Hindi films in just one year.This was a record in itself. It took another 40 odd years to break this record.187 films were made in 1985.

A void was created suddenly, when scores of film artistes from various disciplines migrated en masse to Pakistan.Most left in 1947,few more left within next 5 to 10 years and still some more,like actor Kumar left in the early 60s. By 1965, the entire process was almost complete, with few exceptions. Though the list is very long, some names who left India are, M.Ismail, Rafiq Gaznavi, Ghulam Mohd. actor, Zahur Shah, Zahur raja, Mukhtar Begum, Charlie, Nazir Ahmed, Ghulam haider, Najmul Hasan, Noorjehan, S M Yousuf, G A Chisti, Firoz Nizami, Ajmal, Khurshid Anwar, Saadat manto, Najam Naqvi, Ragini, W Z Ahmed, Swarnalata, Nashaad, Premlata,Shaukat Rizvi, Himalaywala, Rasheed Atre, meena Shorey, Asha Posley, Renuka devi, Nissar Bazmi, Sudhir, Santosh etc etc……..

In 1947, so many films were made, but since many were completed in a hurry, a large chunk of films failed miserably. Only a handful films were good and successful. In fact these films were so good that their music and songs actually heralded the beginning of “The Golden Period”. Films like Jugnu, Do Bhai, Dard, Mirza Sahiban, Shehnai, Elaan, Sindoor, Meera, Parwana, Saajan, Aapki sewa mein, Bela, Do dil and many more gave excellent and long lasting songs.

Some landmarks too took place. Lata’s first playback song, Usha Kiran’s debut in film Lalat, in her real name-Usha Marathe, Extra ordinary film Elaan, which was much ahead of its time and a very bold film on Muslim society weaknesses, Madhubala’s debut, debut of Uma Devi, Debut of Manhar Desai(Malcom D’souza), Last film of Saigal-Parwana, Last film of Noorjehan-Mirza Sahiban, First Simhali film ‘Broken promises’ made in Bombay, First studio-Uday in Kerala and the rise of C Ramchandra as a strong competitor to Naushad, were some important events of 1947.

C Ramchandra left Jayant Desai’s job in 1945. Then he was working on a film called ” Ahinsa”, which was delayed, censored in 1947 and released only in 1948.

The story was based on 1942 Quit India movement, but since it was delayed, lot of changes in story and songs took place. That was a period when Gandhi ji was on Top. He was the epitome of Ahinsa (Non violence), though the Partition took place with his consent only. So, to cash on the Gandhi wave, the film title must have been kept Ahinsa. I have not seen the film, but Baburao Patel’s Film India does not speak good about the film. Actually, this film was a resounding flop.

The gist of the film story is, Santosh- an upholder of Ahinsa, saves a British soldies from getting killed with an axe, by some terrorists. In the melee that ensues, the culprits run away and Santosh is caught with axe in his hands. Luckily, the soldier testifies in his favour and he is saved. This was a Debut film for the actor Santosh Kumar, the production house, Kashmir films and its Director Rajaram.

The real name of Santosh Kumar was Syed Moosa Abbas Raza. He was born on 25-12-1925 at Lahore. He hailed from a noble family of U.P. he graduated from Osmania University of Hyderabad Deccan, he also passed the ICS exam with flying colours. He was a tall and very handsome young man with command over English and Urdu.

His first film was ‘Ahinsa’-47 and second film was ‘ Meri kahani-48’. Then he migrated to Pakistan. He was one of the most successful actors of Pakistani films.He was the Hero of film ‘ Do Aansoo’-50, the first film in Pakistan to celebrate Silver Jubilee. He won the first Nigar Award too.

After working in more than 100 films, he diversified and became a Director in an American food company. He had also led many film industry delegations abroad. he was truly a Superstar. His second wife was actress Sabiha Khanum. His all family was in films. he died on 11-6-1982, just a few days before his son’s marriage. It was often said in Pakistan that if he had opted to remain in India, he would have overtaken Dilip kumar !

Navin Yagnik ( from U.P.), who also wrote the film story, did the role of the terrorist, Ramayan Tiwari was the Boss of the gang. The film was directed by Rajaram-his first film as a director. later he directed 3 more films,namely, Madadgaar-47, Dhoom dham-49 and Dilbar-51.

Film Ahinsa was released at Novelty Theatre Bombay on 20-2-1948, just about 3 weeks after Gandhi’s death. may be the timing was wrong, as there were many riots all over India during this period. Today’s song seems to be a marching song. the music and tune of the song is very good. I liked it. The songs of film Ahinsa were not available so far. They have been uploaded on You Tube only on 16th March 2018, about 20 days ago.h


Song-Azaad hain hum aaj se (Ahinsa)(1947) Singers- Unknown female voice, Chitalkar, Lyricist- Gopal Singh Nepali, MD- C Ramchandra
Male chorus
Female chorus
Both
Both +chorus

Lyrics

Azaad hain hum aaj se
jailon ke taale tod do
ab jaao apne desh ko
angrezon bharat chhod do
bharat chhod do
bharat chhod do

?? phusla ke chhen li
tumne ?? shamsheer
kaanoon padhkar pyaar se
phir pahna di zanjeer
do sau baras se bhar gaya thha
paapon ka ghada phod do
ab jaao apne desh ko
angrezon bharat chhod do
bharat chhod do
bharat chhod do
Azaad hain hum aaj se
jailon ke taale tod do
ab jaao apne desh ko
angrezon bharat chhod do
bharat chhod do
bharat chhod do

maara hai deshbhakton ko tumne
goli se bhoon ke
jaallianwaala bagh mein
hain daagh ab bhi khoon ke
jaallianwaala bagh mein
hain daagh ab bhi khoon ke
saari duniya dhikkaar ki
ab to apna munh mod lo
ab jaao apne desh ko
angrezon bharat chhod do
bharat chhod do
bharat chhod do

Azaad hain hum aaj se
jailon ke taale tod do
ab jaao apne desh ko
angrezon bharat chhod do
bharat chhod do
bharat chhod do

le kar mazhab ka maamla
tumne jhagda badha diya
le kar mazhab ka maamla
tumne jhagda badha diya

Hindu aur musalmaanon ko
aapas mein lada diya
Hindu aur musalmaanon ko
aapas mein lada diya
ham lad maren ya kuchh karen
tum ghar hamaara chhod do
ham lad maren ya kuchh karen
tum ghar hamaara chhod do
ab jaao apne desh ko
angrezon bharat chhod do

bharat chhod do
bharat chhod do
Azaad hain hum aaj se
jailon ke taale tod do
ab jaao apne desh ko
angrezon bharat chhod do
bharat chhod do
bharat chhod do


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Blog Day : 3523 Post No. : 14149

“Jigar”(1949) was directed by Bhagwan for Chandni Chitra Production. The movie had Bhagwan, Leela Gupte, Vasantrao, Baburao etc in it.

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

Here is the fifth song from “Jigar”(1949) to appear in the blog. This romantic expression of love “panghat” song is sung by Rajkumari, C Ramchandra and chorus. Ehsan Rizvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by C Ramchandra.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song. My guess is that this song is picturised on Bhagwan and Leela Gupte. My guess could be wrong, seeing that I had made the same guess of actors for a C Ramchandra- Lata duet from this movie in the past as well. 🙂


Song-Mohe panghat pe jaate darr laage (Jigar)(1949) Singers-Rajkumari, C Ramchandra, Lyrics-Ehsan Rizvi, MD-C Ramchandra
Chorus

Lyrics

mohe panghat pe jaate darr laage
ho darr laage
mohe panghat pe jaate darr laage
ho darr laage

raste mein sainyyaa ka ghar laage
raste mein sainyya ka ghar laage
mohe panghat pe jaate darr laage
ho darr laage
mohe panghat pe jaate darr laage
ho darr laage

sainyya to ghar chhod aaye hain tere dwaare
phirte hain tere peechhey kheton mein maare maare
kyun tujhko sainyya se darr laage
ho
kyun tujhko sainyya se darr laage

mohe panghat pe jaate darr laage
ho darr laage
mohe panghat pe jaate darr laage
ho darr laage

maare maare phiroge tum
haath nahin aaungi
main haath nahin aaungi
maare maare phiroge tum
haath nahin aaungi
main haath nahin aaungi
gora mukh dikha ke main
aur bhi tarsaaungi
gora mukh dikha ke main
aur bhi tarsaaungi
dekho na
tumhri najar laage
ho
dekho na
tumhri najar laage
mohe panghat pe jaate darr laage
ho darr laage
mohe panghat pe jaate darr laage
ho darr laage

aurat ke aage hathh na chalegi
aurat ke aage hathh na chalegi
apna apna kaam dekho
daal na galegi
apna apna kaam dekho
daal na galegi
ab chaahe saari umar laage
ho
ab chaahe saari umar laage

mohe panghat pe jaate darr laage
ho darr laage
mohe panghat pe jaate darr laage
ho darr laage


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