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This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, 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 other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day :

4923 Post No. : 16755

Today’s song is from the 1969 movie ‘Sambandh’. I was aware of this ‘title’ since my childhood and I mainly associated this movie with its song ‘Chal Akelaa Chal Akelaa Chal Akelaa, Tera Mela Peechhe Chhoota Raahi Chal Akelaa’. I have a big nostalgia of this song, and whenever I listen to it the song takes me to a different world altogether. This song brings back many memories of childhood for me.

Somehow, I didn’t get to watch this movie for many years, and later on when I started my music collection (1986-1988), I got to listen to another song from this movie i.e., ‘Andhere Mein Jo Baithhe Hain, Nazar Un Par Bhi Kuchh Daalo’ which I got in a compilation ‘Hits of Mahendra Kapoor’.

Then I came across one more song from this movie, this time sung by Hemant Kumar – ‘Apni Maata Ke Dulaare Bachche’ I like them all. And since the songs were penned by Kavi Pradeep my attraction towards this movie only increased further.

Secondly the music for this movie was composed by OP Nayyar Saab. And none of the songs composed by him for this movie sound like his characteristic music. That created a mystical ‘aura’ about this movie around me and that is still there (even I watched it once now I want to watch it more).

Then I became aware of one more song from this movie which was sung by Asha Bhonsle ‘Akeli Hoon Main Piya Aa’…

Years passed, and I carried the memory of the above songs. When I become associated with this blog, I was still interested to know about this movie and its songs. But it was only recently when for the ‘blog ten-year challenge’ our dear Prakash ji sent all the remaining songs from this movie that were still to be posted.

He sent us remaining four songs. Before that one more song ‘Tum Ko To Karodon Saal Huye Batlaao Gagan Gambhir’ got posted on the blog. Around the same time, I was browsing the HFGK Vol-IV (1961-1970) for the movies of 1969. Obviously, this movie ‘Sambandh’ features in that list too.

Finally I decided to watch this movie online. I liked the movie very much, but the print available online is not of a good quality both for the picture and the sound. Also, some parts and songs seemed to be edited from the available version of this movie.

Coming to today’s song from this movie, I can write something about it now as I have watched this movie. The song happens when Deb Mukherjee has lost his mother Sulochana. Deb had to perform his mother’s last rites without his father. He is aware that Pradeep Kumar is his father. But Pradeep Kumar is not aware that Deb Mukherji is his own son. Grief stricken Deb Mukherjee sings this song on the stage where Pradeep Kumar is also present. As Deb Mukherjee could not control his emotions while performing this song and stops singing, Pradeep Kumar who was listening in the spectator’s gallery come to the stage and sings a song consoling Deb Mukherjee. This second song is the song ‘Apni Maata Ke Dulaare Bachche’, or ‘Ab To Is Desh Ki Maati Hi Teri Maata Hai’.

The first song (or the first part) is the song we are going to listen to today. It is sung by Mahendra Kapoor.

Today also happens to be the eighty-eighth birth anniversary of Mahendra Kapoor (09.01.1934 – 27.09.2008), so this song also serves as a tribute to him.

Also seen in the picturisation of this song are Abhi Bhattacharya, Achala Sachdev, Nana Palsikar, Anjana Mumtaz, Vijaya Choudhury, Milon Mukerji, Sulochana Latkar, Ulhas and others.

Lyrics for today’s song were sent by Prakashchandra.

Let’s take a look on the list of songs of this movie and their status on the blog, as given below. We will further discuss about the movie in the concluding posts for the songs of this movie. For now I am skipping those details.

SNo Song Title Singer/s Posted On
01 Chal akelaa, chal akelaa, chal akelaa aa, tera mela peechhe chhoota raahi Mukesh 20.07.2009
02 Andhere mein jo baithhe hain Mahendra Kapoor 11.03.2011
03 Akeli hoon main piyaa aa Asha Bhonsle 23.07.2011
04 Apni maa ki qismat par mere bete tu mat ro Asha Bhonsle
05 Yah khushi leke main kya karoon Mahendra Kapoor
06 Dard ke gaaon se niklo Asha Bhonsle
07 Jo diya thha tumne ek din, mujhe phir wo pyaar de do/a> Mahendra Kapoor, Hemant Kumar 01.10.2011
08 Hey jagat pitaa parmaatmaa Asha Bhonsle, Hemant Kumar (19.07.2019
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09 Tum ko to karodon saal huye batlaao gagan gambhir Asha Bhonsle (19.07.2019/td>
10 Main to kaanton mein rah loongi Asha Bhonsle
11 Ab to shamshaan ki maati hi meri maata hai Mahendra Kapoor
12 Ab to is desh ki maati hi teri maata hai Hemant Kumar 19.07.2009

Let us listen to today’s song now…

Video

Audio

Song-Ab to shamshaan ki maati hi meri maata hai (Sambandh)(1969) Singer-Mahendra Kapoor, Lyrcs-Kavi Pradeep, MD-O P Nayyar

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)

mere paas hai aur naa kuchh logon
bas aankh mein aansoo laayaa hoon
main pitaa ke binaa apni maataa ki
chitaa jalaa kar aayaa hoon
jwaalaa se ghiri ee
jab meri maa
bhagwaan ke ghar ko o o jaati thhi
tab tadap tadap aatmaa uski
betaa betaa chillaati thhi
beta aa beta aa aa chillaati thhi

kisi se ab mera rishtaa na koyi naataa hai ae ae aen ae
kisi se ab mera rishtaa na koyi naataa hai
ab to shamshaan ki maati hi meri maataa hai
kisi se ab mera rishtaa na koyi naataa hai
ab to shamshaan ki maati hi meri maataa hai/em>

sun`ne waalon suno kahaani meri
ho gayee khatm zindgaani meri
dhool marghat ki leke haathon mein
ab to baithaa hoon main anaathon mein

dhool marghat ki leke haathon mein aen
ab to baithhaa hoon main anaathon mein
haaye maataa ko main bachaa na sakaa
apne baapoo se main milaa na sakaa
haaye maataa ko main bachaa na sakaa
apne baapoo se main milaa na sakaa
uski arthhi bhi woh uthhaa na sakey ae
uski arthhi bhi woh uthhaa na sakey ae
chaar aansoon bhi woh bahaa na sakey
samay ne kyaa ye din dikhaayaa mujhe
kaisi manzil pe waqt laayaa mujhe
ek taraf hain mere anjaan pitaa aa
ek taraf jal gayi maataa ki chitaa

ek taraf hain mere anjaan pitaa aa
ek taraf jal gayi maataa ki chitaa
achcha hotaa jo main bhi mar jaataa
is dukhi zindagi se tar jaataa
achchhaa hotaa jo main bhi mar jaataa
is dukhi zindagi se tar jaataa
meri maa chal dee
aur main zindaa hoon oon
meri maa chal dee
aur main zindaa hoon oon
main isi baat pe sharmindaa hoon
ae meri maut bulaa ley mujhko
aaj baahon mein uthhaa ley mujhko
aei meri maut bulaa ley mujhko
aaj baahon mein uthhaa ley mujhko

 


This article is written by Satyajit Rajurkar, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day : 4634 Post No. : 16289

Forgotten Songs of Bappi Lahiri – Song # 1

A lot of water has flowed, in terms of my health, since my last post, almost three years ago. Two/Three other conditions have been diagnosed (which are being treated), by which the general health has taken a back seat. However, the emotional and mental spirit has been great, due to the immense love and support from my family and friends, including my fellow contributors to this blog. However, I have not been able to bring myself to write my new post. Today, after some effort, I have taken the task of writing my next post.

With today’s post I am starting a new series called “”Forgotten Songs of Bappi Lahiri”. However, I will limit my song selections from his early movies. I will also be sticking to my inclination for rare songs.

The song I present today is from the first Hindi movie with which Bappi Da started his successful journey in Hindi films. Nannha Shikari (1973) was written and directed by Shomu Mukharjee (actress Tanuja’s husband and Actress Kajol’s father). The movie was produced by R L Desai for the banner “Mukharjee Bros, Bombay”.

“Nannha Shikari” starred Deb Mukharjee, Tanuja, Master Bunty Behl, Jairaj, Ifteqaar, Laxmi Chaya, Manik Dutt, etc. The songs were penned by Yogesh, S. H. Bihari and Gauhar Kanpuri and composed by Bappi Lahiri.

Although I had seen the movie, I do not remember it. But according to the web the movie seems to be an adventure filled family drams. The plot is that of a little child being on the run as he is the only eye witness to the murder of a judge by a dacoit. The kid comes across a series of adventures before he is rescued from the hands of the dacoit and the ferocious animals in the jungle.

Today’s song “Tu Meri Manzil Main To Rahi Hoon Sanam” is sung by Kishore Kumar with Asha Bhosle and penned by Gauhar Kanpuri. I hope you will enjoy this song which Bappi Da composed when he was just 21 years of age.

This song can be classified as a Cycle song, amongst others.

Audio

Video

Song-Tu meri manzil main to raahi hoon sanam (Nanha Shikaari)(1973) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Gauhar Kanpuri, MD-Bappi Lahiri

Female chorus
Male chorus
All chorus
Both

Lyrics

Hey Hey
Tu Ru Ra, Tu Ru Ra, Tu Ru Ra
Hey Hey
Tu Ru Ra, Tu Ru Ra
Di Di Di Deyaee
La La Lalla
Do Do Do Doooo
La La Lalla
Di Di Di Deyaee ee ee
La Lall Lall Lalla
La Lall Lall Lall Laa aaa

Tu Meri Manzil Main To Raahi Hoon Sanam
Lalla
Tu Meri Manzil Main To Rahi Hoon Sanam
Oo
Ruk Na Jana Tum Kahin Chalke Do Kadam
Yaar Ke
Aa
Pyaar Mein
Aa
Sau Janam
aa aa
Lenge Hum
Yaar Ke
Aa
Pyaar Mein
Aa
Sau Janam
aa aa
Lenge Hum m m
Tu Meri Manzil Main To Rahi Hoon Sanam
Oye Ruk Na Jana Tum Kahin Chalke Do Kadam
Lalla

Chaahe Duniya
Hum Se Roothhe
Wada Aa Na Toote ae ae
O O o o
Dil Ke Badle
Jaan Bhi Jaaye
Saathi ee Na Chhoote
Mann Ke Dhaage
Tumse Baandhe
Aye Mere Preetam m m
Tu Meri Manzil Main To Rahi Hoon Sanam
Oye Ruk Na Jaana Tum Kahin Chalke Do Kadam
Yaar Ke
Aa
Pyaar Mein
Aa
Sau Janam
Aa
Lenge Hum m m
Tu Meri Manzil Main Toh Rahi Hoon Sanam
Oye Ruk Na Jaana Tum Kahin Chalke Do Kadam
lalla

Pyaar Kal Tha
Aaj Bhi Hai
Kal Bhi ee ee Rahega aa aa
Ho Ho Hum Na Honge
Toh
Yeh Kaahani
Achha
Zaamana aa Kahega
Tum Ho Dhaara
Tum Kinaara
Phir Kyun Bichhde Hum m
Tu Meri Manzil Main Toh Raahi Hoon Sanam
Oye Ruk Na Jana Tum Kahin Chalke Do Kadam
Yaar Ke
Aa Ha
Pyaar Mein
Aa Ha
Sau Janam
Aa Ha
Lenge Hum
aa aa aa aa
Tu Meri Manzil Main Toh Rahi Hoon Sanam
Na Na Na
Tu Meri Manzil Main Toh Raahi Hoon Sanam
Aa Ho Ho Deyi You Dideyi Yee Yee You Dideyi Yee Yee
Aa Aa Ha Hahha Ahha ahha
Aa Ho Ho Deyi You Dideyi Yee Yee You Dideyi Yee Yee
Aa Aa Ha Hahha Ahha ahha


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.

Blog Day : 3485 Post No. : 13998

 

Piya Tune Kya Kiya Re, Tere Bin Laage Na Jiya” – this post in 2008 by Atul ji inspired me to sit through an otherwise serious (read boring) movie. In the post Atul ji had written 3 postscripts each after different stages of movie watching and getting more gyaan about the movie. There is nothing more to add about the movie if one reads that particular post.

We just have one more song left of this movie – the song which Deb Mukherjee sings in the voice of Kishore Kumar and Farida Jalal in Lata’s voice. The song comes close to the climax as Deb Mukherjee bids farewell to the doctor, nurses, ward boys (through the movie I didn’t see a single nurse or ward boy; they appear for this song), compounder and the other patients of the hospital. The song is supposed to inspire the patients that they will also recover from their illnesses. The patients have been depressed after Ashok Kumar dies in the hospital – not the doctor’s fault mind you, he didn’t obey the doctor.

The song also expresses Waheeda’s and Sunil Dutt’s feelings towards each other as they can’t sing and dance themselves. She is a widow and the mother of a child, who is being treated by the doctor (Sunil Dutt). Here I will also add that they were in love before Waheeda’s chacha (Gajanan Jagirdar) and chachi (Shyama) objected to their marriage as they belong to different castes. Waheeda gets married to some railway engineer; whose face is never shown and who dies in a freak railway accident.

The film is directed by Tapan Sinha for John Pictures, Bombay. The film has seven songs, all penned by Anand Bakshi. The music is given by SD Burman. The earlier posted songs of this film are,

 

Zindagi Ae Zindagi Tere Hain Do Roop 45 29-Aug-08
Piya Toone Kya Kiyaa 47 30-Aug-08
Mera Sab Kuchh Mere Geet Re 6131 25-Jun-12
Toone Hamen Kya Diyaa Ree Zindagi 12301 4-Aug-16
Teri Meri Meri Teri Zaat Kyaa Hai 13311 6-Jun-17
Kaun Sachcha Hai Kaun Jhoothha Hai 13992 30-Jan-2018

 

This is the ideal song to announce the Yippeee status of this film. ‘Zindagi Zindagi’ now joins the tribe of movies on our blog that has all its songs represented here.

Audio

Video

Song – Khush Raho Saathiyo Tumhen Chhod Kar Hum Chale (Zindagi Zindagi) (1972) Singer – Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Anand Bakshi, MD – SD Burman
Kishore Kumar + Lata Mangeshkar

Lyrics

khush raho saathiyo

khush raho saathiyo
tumhen chhod ke hum chale
khush raho saathiyo
tumhen chhod ke hum chale
tumhen chhod ke hum chale
hamen chhod ke gham  chale
haaye
khush raho saathiyo
tumhen chhod ke hum chale
khush raho saathiyo
tumhen chhod ke hum chale

mujhe tere dukh ne saiyaan kitna rulaaya hai
mujhe tere prem ne gori maut se bachaaya hai
mujhe tere dukh ne saiyaan kitna rulaaya hai
mujhe tere prem ne gori maut se bachaaya hai
behte behte magar ye aaj aansoo tham chale
haaye
khush raho saathiyo
tumhen chhod ke hum chale
khush raho saathiyo
tumhen chhod ke hum chale

tumhein hum nahin bhoolenge hamein tum bhulaana na
milenge kabhi asha ke deepak bujhaana na
tumhein hum nahin bhoolenge hamein tum bhulaana na
milenge kabhi asha ke deepak bujhaana na
hanste hanste tumhari ankhen kar ke nam chale
khush raho saathiyo
tumhen chhod ke hum chale
khush raho saathiyo
tumhen chhod ke hum chale

aaaa
aaaaa
gayi re judaai aayi prem ki ratiaan
gayi re judaai
gayi re
gayi re judai aayi prem ki ratiaan
kisi aur ke mukhde pe thehre na akhiyaan
tere mukh pe saanwariya mere naina jam chale
he
khush raho saathiyo
tumhen chhod ke hum chale
khush raho saathiyo
tumhen chhod ke hum chale
tumhen chhod ke hum chale
hamen chhod ke gham  chale
khush raho saathiyo
tumhen chhod ke hum chale
khush raho saathiyo
tumhen chhod ke hum chale
tumhen chhod ke hum chale
tumhen chhod ke hum chale
———————————————————
Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
———————————————————

खुश रहो साथियो

खुश रहो साथियो
तुम्हें छोड़ के हम चले
खुश रहो साथियो
तुम्हें छोड़ के हम चले
तुम्हें छोड़ के हम चले
हमें छोड़ के ग़म चले
हाए
खुश रहो साथियो
तुम्हें छोड़ के हम चले
खुश रहो साथियो
तुम्हें छोड़ के हम चले

मुझे तेरे दुख ने सैंय्यां कितना रुलाया है
मुझे तेरे प्रेम ने गोरी मौत से बचाया है
मुझे तेरे दुख ने सैंय्यां कितना रुलाया है
मुझे तेरे प्रेम ने गोरी मौत से बचाया है
बहते बहते मगर ये आज आँसू थम चले
हाए
खुश रहो साथियो
तुम्हें छोड़ के हम चले
खुश रहो साथियो
तुम्हें छोड़ के हम चले

तुम्हें हम नहीं भूलेंगे
हमें तुम भुलाना ना
मिलेंगे कभी आशा के दीपक बुझाना ना
तुम्हें हम नहीं भूलेंगे
हमें तुम भुलाना ना
मिलेंगे कभी आशा के दीपक बुझाना ना
हँसते हँसते तुम्हारी आँखें करके नम चले
खुश रहो साथियो
तुम्हें छोड़ के हम चले
खुश रहो साथियो
तुम्हें छोड़ के हम चले

आ॰॰॰
आ॰॰॰
गई रे जुदाई आई प्रेम की रतियाँ
गई रे जुदाई
गई रे
गई रे जुदाई आई प्रेम की रतियाँ
किसी और के मुखड़े पे ठहरे ना अखियाँ
तेरे मुख पे साँवरिया मेरे नैना जम चले
हे
खुश रहो साथियो
तुम्हें छोड़ के हम चले
खुश रहो साथियो
तुम्हें छोड़ के हम चले
तुम्हें छोड़ के हम चले
हमें छोड़ के ग़म चले
खुश रहो साथियो
तुम्हें छोड़ के हम चले
खुश रहो साथियो
तुम्हें छोड़ के हम चले
तुम्हें छोड़ के हम चले
तुम्हें छोड़ के हम चले


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“Adhikaar”(1971) was produced by Noor and directed by S M Sagar. The movie had Deb Mukherjee, Ashok Kumar, Kishan Mehta, Sumati Gupte, Helen, Kundan, Pran, Ratnamala, Nanda, Raj Mehra, Shammi, Rajnish, Tabassum, Brahmachari, Indira Bansal etc in it.
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I tend to liken the journey of this blog to a train. But nowadays I find the comparison less appropriate because a train stops at intermediate stations for a while whereas we in this blog do not stop at any of the milestones and keep going along, though we may sometimes become somewhat slower than usual for various reasons. So that way, I find the comparison of this blog with a road journey somewhat more appropriate where one need not stop anywhere, and one can see milestones going past at high speed.
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Sambandh (1969) is a movie that was based on a Bangla novel called “Pratham Prem” written by Achintya Kumar Sengupta. This movie was produced by Shashdhar Mukherjee film syndicate Private Limited. Ram Mukherjee was the producer and the movie was directed by Ajoy Mukherjee.This movie had Pradeep kumar, Deb Mukherjee, Achala Sachdev, Anita Guha aka Dutta, Anjana Manjrekaraka Anjana Mumtaz, Manisha, Sulochana Latkar,Vijaya Choudhary, Abhi Bhattacharya, Nana Palshikar, Ulhas, Rani, Leela Mishra, Jankidass, Manik Dutt, Dilloo,Sajjan, S.R.Bannerjee,Sunder etc in its starcast.
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I think I should have a new tag for those songs that were very popular in my younger days but I had no clue about the details of these songs. I would love to listen to these songs, only to forget all about them with passage of time. I have been re discovering those songs again now a days. There are several such songs, as I keep mentioning in my posts.
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Here is yet another song from 1970s which I liked a lot those days, without having much details about it, except that it was sung by Kishore Kumar. It went “koyi maane ya na maane jo kal tak the anjaane, wo aaj hamen jan se bhi pyaare ho gaye”.
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