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Atul’s Song A Day- A choice collection of Hindi Film & Non-Film Songs

Posts Tagged ‘GM Durrani


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.

With this post, the blog has reached yet another very significant milestone – 1000 films Yippeee’d, i.e. all songs covered.

This blog was started on 19 July 2008 with a modest aim of discussing one song a day. It was expected at that time that the blog would have at the most 2500 songs in all and by that time all the songs worth discussing would have been covered.

Had this blog stuck to this original aim, and continued at the original rate of one song a day, then the blog would have reached 2500 posts on 23 may 2015 (2500th day for the blog) and that would have been it !

As we all know, the blog took on an entirely different course from what was originally intended. The blog began to cover multiple songs in a day beginning from the 41st day itself. 2500th song was covered in the blog in 680 days (on 29 May 2010) with this fantastic composition by Ganesh.

When one looks at comments on this post, one finds just four or five congratulatory comments. And what about the blog coming to a dead end after this song ? Here is what I wrote in that article:

I have chosen to post this song for a very special occasion for this blog. This song is a very special song for this blog in the sense that it is the 2500th song of this blog. When I had started this blog, I had looked up to the figure of 2500 as the holy grail. I had thought that reaching this magic figure would take me ages and that by that time I would have covered all the great songs that were there to be covered.

I was wrong on these counts, of course. I have reached the magic figure in less than two years, and having reached there, I find that I have only scratched the surface as far as covering all the great songs are concerned. I now realise that the journey to cover, uncover and discover the great songs of Bollywood is a very long journey indeed and the holy grail is nowhere in sight. In other words, I will continue to remain busy posting “new” songs in the forseeable future.

From the few comments on the blog, we can only identify Raja and Lalitha’s names. Those were the days when most of our regulars, and by now, strong pillars had not yet joined the bandwagon. The practice of guest posts and lyrics contributions had yet to take root. The first guest article was posted on 26 June 2010 and not surprisingly, it was by Raja. The concept of lyrics contribution by readers began on 31 January 2011 when Atif M became the first lyrics contributor with this song. In other words, the blog was still a one man show by the time 2500th song was posted.

Concepts of guest posts and lyrics contributions took roots and wings from 2011 onwards and that added new dimensions to the blog. From a one man show, it became an online collaboration of like minded music lovers. With time, these music lovers would help add new ideas and concepts in the blog that we now take for granted, but which were not there in the blog during the first few years of its existence.

With increasing number of songs in the blog, pages were introduced that had all the songs listed moviewise, music directorwise and yearwise. One fine day, we got the idea that remaining songs of movies that had most of their songs covered should be covered as well. Mr Arunkumar deshmukh, our beloved inhouse encyclopaedia, pored over all the volumes of HFGK and compared its entries with the moviewise list of songs in the blog. He then listed out the movies that had one or two songs remaining to be covered. That was the beginning of the concept of covering all the songs of movies. This idea occured to us in the blog in April 2012. The name YIPPEE was coined for this feat by Pradeep Raghunathan a few months later.

It is not that movies were not getting YIPPEED before april 2012. They were getting YIPPEED but we were not aware of this fact. When I checked up, I found that the very first movie that got YIPPEED (unnoticed to us at that time) was “Rajnigandha”(1974) on 10 september 2008 when its second and final song was covered in the blog. That was the only YIPPEED movie in the blog in 2008.

8 movies were YIPPEED in 2009, 19 in 2010 and 53 in 2011. 89 movies were already YIPPEED in the blog by the time we hit upon the idea of consciously going for covering all songs of movies.

The first movie which was greeted with a YIPPEE by Pradeep Raghunathan was “Chitralekha”(1964) on 27 october 2012. It was the 117th YIPPEED movie in the blog.

167 movies were YIPPEED in 2012 and 202 in 2013. 131, 167 and 112 movies were YIPPEED in 2014, 2015 and 2016 respectively.

2017 is a year when I decided to achieve one YIPPEE movie everyday. Though this new year resolution could last only upto april 2017, this determined approach towards YIPPYing movies means that we have already achieved 138 YIPPEED movies in 140 days in 2017.

Normally only one movie would get YIPPEED on one day, but there have been several occasions when two and even three movies were YIPPEED on the same day. The record is however four YIPPEED movies in one day, which was achieved on 20 march 2013. The four movies YIPPEED on that date were ‘Mera Gaon Mera Desh’ (1971), ‘Guddi’ (1971), ‘Roti’ (1974), ‘Taqdeer’ (1967). The rare feat was repeated on 23 feb 14 with ‘Kahin Din Kahin Raat’ (1968), ‘Prem Patra’ (1962), ‘Picnic’ (1966), ‘Post box 999’ (1958) YIPPEED on the same date.

Today’s song is from the movie ‘Aandolan’ (1975). This movie was directed by Lekh Tandon for J K Productions. The movie had had Rakesh Pande, Neetu Singh, Pratap Sharma, Nazneen, Uma Shankar, Pinchu Kapoor, Urmila Bhatt, Tiwari, Vishva Mehra, Durrani, Kumar Ajit, W G Doil, Aparna Chaudhury, Shantanu Bhattacharya, Deepak, Rajkumar, Sopariwala, Robert, Vachan Sinh, Ram Awtar, Shrikant, Vikram, Rajesh, Sandeep, Master Ravi etc. in it.

There are four songs in the movie. Three of these songs have been covered in the blog. This fourth and final song from the movie is a rare song. This fun roadside tamasha cum nautanki song is Krishna Kalle and Minu Purushottam. Jaan Nisar Akhtar is the lyricist. Music is composed by Jaidev.

The song is picturised on Neetu Singh and another dancer I am not able to identify. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify the first dancer.

With this song, ‘Aandolan’ (1975) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog. With this song, the blog now has 1000 YIPPEED movies. Seeing that there were around 6000 movies in all in HFM that were released from 1931 to 1980 (the catchment area for this blog), all songs of nearly 1/6th of all movies released during this era are now covered in the blog. It is quite an achievement for the blog seeing that this adds up to about 6800 songs.

[Ed Note: In case you are wondering what is the name GM Durrani doing in the list of tags, watch closely. Of the two gentlemen watching this dance performance, sitting on a charpoy and puffing on hookkaas, the bearded person on the left, with black rimmed spectacles, is none other than GM Durrani. And yes, Rakesh Pandey is visible very briefly, his face covered with the cloth from his saffron pugree.]

Song – Paanch Rupaiya De De Balamwa Mela Dekhan Jaaungi (Aandolan) (1975) Singer – Krishna Kalle, Minoo Purushottam, Lyrics – Jaan Nisar Akhtar, MD – Jaidev
Krishna Kalle + Minoo Purushottam

Lyrics

ho o o
o o o
o o o
ho o o
o o
o o
o o
aah hahaha
hahaah
hahaha

paanch rupaiyya
arre paanch rupaiyya de de balamwa
mela dekhan jaaungi
paanch aane ke paav jalebi
baithh sadak pe khaaungi
paanch rupaiyya de de balamwa
mela dekhan jaaungi
paanch aane ke paav jalebi
baithh sadak pe khaaungi
paanch rupaiyya

mo pe khile
are mo pe khile gota jari
mope khile chunri hari
gore gale laage bhali
champa kali moti bhari
haaye bichhuwe bhi loongi
main to bichhuwe bhi loongi
kanganwa bhi loongi
tohe pehan balam waari jaaungi
paanch rupaiyya de de balamwa
mela dekhan jaaungi
paanch rupaiyya

achcha chaar rupaiyya de de balamwa
mela dekhan jaaungi
paanch aane ki paav jalebi
baithh sadak pe khaaungi
arre chaar rupaiyya

kajra laga
kajra laga
gajra saja
ban thhan ke main kab se khadi
chanchal jiyaa
lalche mora
main kaa karoon sar pe padi
champa bhi jaaye
dekho champa bhi jaaye
chameli bhi jaaye
un sang main bhi ho aaungi
chaar rupaiyya de de balamwa
mela dekhan jaaungi
arre chaar rupaiyya de de

arre teen rupaiyya de de balamwa
mela dekhan jaaungi
arre paanch aane ki paav jalebi
baithh sadak pe khaaungi
arre teen hi rupaiyya

main to bhayi
arre main to bhayi balma tori
kaahe take chori chori
garwa tore laagoon tabhi
poori kare jab zidd mori
jhoole pe jhooloon
main to jhoole pe jhooloon
chak dolwa pe doloon
phooli na main samaaungi
arre teen rupaiyya de de balamwa
mela dekhan jaaungi
arre teen hi rupaiyya

bas do hi rupaiyya de de balamwa
mela dekhan jaaungi
paanch aane ki paav jalebi
baithh sadak pe khaaungi

tori kasam
tori kasam
kaahu se bhi
naina na main ladaaungi
bas do ghadi chakkar lagaa
saanjh dhale aa jaaungi
lautoongi jab ghar
lautoongi jab ghar
bajariya se thhak kar
painyya pare so jaaungi
do hi rupaiyya de de balamwa
mela dekhan jaaungi
paanch aane ki paav jalebi
baithh sadak pe khaaungi
uh
do hi rupaiyya de de

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हो ओ ओ
ओ ओ ओ
ओ ओ ओ
हो ओ ओ
ओ ओ
ओ ओ
ओ ओ
आह हा हा हा
हा हाह
हा हा हा

पाँच रुपइया
अरे पाँच रुपइया दे दे बलमवा
मेला देखन जाऊँगी
पाँच आने की पाव जलेबी
बैठ सड़क पे खाऊँगी
पाँच रुपइया दे दे बलमवा
मेला देखन जाऊँगी
पाँच आने की पाव जलेबी’
बैठ सड़क पे खाऊँगी
पाँच रुपइया

मो पे खिले
मो पे खिले गोटा जरी
मो पे खिले चुनरी हरी
गोरे गले लागे भली
चम्पा कली मोती भरी
हाए बिछवे भी लूँगी
मैं तो बिछवे भी लूँगी
कंगनवा भी लूँगी
तोहे पहन बलम वारी जाऊँगी
पाँच रुपइया दे दे बलमवा
मेला देखन जाऊँगी
पाँच रुपइया

अच्छा चार रुपइया दे दे बलमवा
मेला देखन जाऊँगी
पाँच आने की पाव जलेबी
बैठ सड़क पे खाऊँगी
अरे चार रुपइया

कजरा लगा
कजरा लगा
गजरा सजा
बन ठन के मैं कब से खड़ी
चंचल जिया
ललचे मोरा
मैं का करूँ सर पे पड़ी
चम्पा भी जाये
देखो चम्पा भी जाये
चमेली भी जाये
उन संग मैं भी हो आऊँगी
चार रुपइया दे दे बलमवा
मेला देखन जाऊँगी
अरे चार रुपइया दे दे

अरे तीन रुपइया दे दे बलमवा
मेला देखन जाऊँगी
अरे पाँच आने की पाव जलेबी
बैठ सड़क पे खाऊँगी
अरे तीन ही रुपइया

मैं तो भई
अरे मैं तो भई बलमा तोरी
काहे तके चोरी चोरी
गरवा तोरे लागूं तभी
पूरी करे जब ज़िद मोरी
झूले पे झूलूँ
मैं तो झूले पे झूलूँ
चक डोलवा पे डोलूँ
फूली ना मैं समाउंगी
अरे तीन रुपइया दे दे बलमवा
मेला देखन जाऊँगी
अरे तीन ही रुपइया

बस दो ही रुपइया दे दे बलमवा
मेला देखन जाऊँगी
अरे पाँच आने की पाव जलेबी
बैठ सड़क पे खाऊँगी

तोरी कसम
तोरी कसम
काहू से भी
नैना ना मैं लड़ाउंगी
बस दो घड़ी चक्कर लगा
साँझ ढले आ जाऊँगी
लौटूंगी जब घर
बजरिया से थक कर
पैंय्यान पड़े सो जाऊँगी
दो ही रुपइया दे दे बलमवा
मेला देखन जाऊँगी
पाँच आने की पाव जलेबी
बैठ सड़क पे खाऊँगी
उह
दो ही रुपइया दे दे

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This article is written by Gajendra Khanna, 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 – 10
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Congratulations Atul ji for this unparalleled effort of ten thousand posts. You are truly an inspiration! We have a lot to learn from you and Thanks from the bottom of my heart for all that you do

Today, I write this post with a gamut of emotions running through my mind. I still remember the year was 2008. A team of music lovers including me had got together and launched the website on www.geetadutt.com It had been a labour of love for us to make a digital temple dedicated to our beloved singer. We had spent countless hours discussing over the internet on what all should be put on the website and then doing the needful to make it happen. Our small team was very dedicated and the beauty of all of it was that we all had never met till then.

Among the sections lyrics was one area where we had to put considerable amount of effort as no major reference was available for the same other than the ITRANS song book (ISB) made collaboration of many RMIMers since 1995 (The “Indian languages TRANSliteration” (ITRANS) is an ASCII transliteration scheme for Indic scripts particularly for Devanagari script). Though it had many songs, the format wasn’t something that could be directly used by the common public and many of her rare song lyrics were not available on it. Lots of effort had to be done to listen to Geeta ji’s songs by the team in charge for the lyrics. Repeated listenings were required for getting the words just right for some songs as the audio quality available for a few left something to be desired.

Later that year after the site launch, I came to know of an effort being done to put together lyrics of Hindi film songs on an innocuous blog called Atul’s Song A Day thanks to an internet search. I liked the way the song lyrics were being presented and that is how I was introduced to Atul ji. Then later a search for list of hit songs in Binaca Geetmala songs led me there again. Sometime later a post on Greta’s blog Memsaab Story led me back to it and this return to the blog started happening more frequently for me. (It was a lot later that I “formally” got introduced to him via mail thanks to Arunkumar Deshmukh ji). At some point of time, I had subscribed to the blog’s RSS feed and I started getting glimpses into the dedication of Atul ji. Thanks to encouragement by fellow Atulites I started writing a bit as guest posts and my association has only gone deeper (no going back now! Aapka peechha nahin chhodenge Atul ji!!).

In many ways I found a kindred soul in Atul ji (as if lost in the proverbial Kumbh Mela!). Having worked personally on four websites and now working on the fifth one (three of them single handedly) I am in a position to understand how much efforts the job requires. One has to work on both the technical as well as content related aspects which is quite a complicated task. It includes maintenance of the pages, looks of the blog, moderating the comments, replying to people’s messages, coordinating with people for information, making lists, classifying and organising things, planning, doing your own research for articles, double or triple cross checking the information and being under the scanner at all times among other things. Many times the job can be strenuous particularly when officio-personal requirements demand your attention, putting pressure on the time duration available to you and sometimes some events make you feel as if its a thankless job in many ways. One has to dig deep into ones internal resources to come out on top of all these situations. Atul ji has been doing all this service with a smile for nearly nine years now. Its only words and words are all I have to say – thanks to Atul ji for doing all this for lovers of Hindi film music dedicatedly. Will probably never be able to thank him enough for the humongous efforts he puts on a regular basis on the posts that appear on the blog.

As I interacted with Atul ji more and more over time, I realised how we are so similar in many other ways – background, work profile, approach towards things, attention to detail and above all fascination for the same type of artists and songs! Even though we are yet to meet physically till date, it does not feel like that. He is always available to discuss things and He has shown huge amount of patience during discussions whether they be via mail or messages on social media or SMS. Over the years, Atul’s song a day friends have become a family that shares everything and really cares about each other. All this was possible thanks to Atul ji’s efforts and interactions with everyone. He is responsible for nurturing the seed that has become a huge tree now and is growing rapidly. Indeed, such relationships and the joy they bring is what one searches for everywhere in the world (Dhoondhta Hoon Har Jagah!). Atul ji has earned lots of respect (Izzat) with everything he does and is a great mentor for the ASAD family. I am sure this effort will only go from strength to strength in his capable hands. May God bless him and all of us as we continue this journey together for decades to come. I hope to see more like minded people join the “karwan” started by our lone ranger Atul ji (Akele Chale The Woh… Na Aaye Akele!).

Now coming to the song post today which I am making in his honour to commemorate the personal milestone of ten thousand posts he has achieved on the post single handedly. It is a very rare song which I am extremely fond of. It had originally come into my collection through a share of Dr ML Kapur ji of Virginia who is another great music lover whom I hope to meet one day!

The song is from the movie ‘Izzat’ (1952). This was a social movie made by Taimur Art Productions, Mumbai. It was produced and directed by Taimur Behramshah. The cast of the movie included Nirupa Roy, Amarnath, Manorama, Agha, Rajni, Jeevan, Veera, P Kailash, Pesi Patel, Ramesh Thakur, Baby Kalpana, Pyaare and Nazira. The music for the movie was composed by one of my favourites Bulo C Rani. It is sung by the honey voiced Ghulam Mustafa Durrani (GM Durrani). Raja Mehdi Ali Khan has written lovely lyrics for the song and I count it one of the best works of the trio. The movie print is unfortunately not available as I would have loved to see its picturisation. I would like to think that it would have been picturised on Agha for whom G M Durrani has sung comic songs earlier (or Jeevan?). Hope one day the movie will turn up or someone who has seen the movie will throw more light on it.

On one hand, there is a touch of comedy in the song (mixed with sarcasm as a subtext) while on the other hand, it has many layers of emotion as one treads in the search for happiness, contentment and escape from the existential difficulties that any regular day presents. The song is in a way, a tongue-in-cheek prayer to the Almighty who is not seen and in whose existence the person praying wants to believe in the hope that He will enlighten the path leading to the solution for all the ills affecting his day to day life.

Before going on to the lyrics, I once again thank Atul ji (and indeed all fellow Atulites) for all that you have come to mean for me. Indeed, I was searching for friendships like yours all everywhere!

Here’s the beautiful and very rare song for your listening pleasure.


Song – Dhoondhta Hoon Har Jagah (Izzat) (1952) Singers – GM Durrani, Lyrics – Raja Mehdi Ali Khan, MD – Bulo C Rani

Lyrics

dhoondhta hoon
hoooon
dhoondhta hoon har jagah
arre kahin nahin tera pata
humen na sata
maalik bata …
meri khata

haaye
gareebon ke bhagwan
haaye
gareebon ke bhagwan

teri ameeron pe nazar hai
gareebon ke bhagwan
teri ameeron pe nazar hai
palat kar dekh idhar
tera dhyan
tera dhyan
tera dhyan kidhar hai
palat kar dekh idhar
tera dhyan
tera dhyan
tera dhyan kidhar hai
gareebon ke bhagwan
teri ameeron pe nazar hai

duniya ko dete ho chhapar phaad ke bhagwan ji
hum pe bhi to meherbani karo shiriman ji
kabhi na humse poochcha mister
teri kya khabar hai
palat kar dekh idhar
tera dhyan
tera dhyan
tera dhyan kidhar hai
gareebon ke bhagwan
haaye
gareebon ke bhagwan
teri ameeron pe nazar hai

dekho mera bura haal
dekho meri taraf
sabki jeb garam garam
meri jeb … baraf
sabki jeb garam garam
meri jeb baraf
tere kaarobar mein kuchch reh gayi kasar hai
palat kar dekh idhar
tera dhyan
tera dhyan
tera dhyan kidhar hai
gareebon ke bhagwan
haaye
gareebon ke bhagwan

teri ameeron pe nazar hai

kisi ko di naukri
kisi ko lakhpati chhokri
hamaare sar pe kyon rakh di hai museebaton ki tokri
museebaton ke bojh se chakra gaya mera sar hai
palat kar dekh idhar
tera dhyan
tera dhyan
tera dhyan kidhar hai
gareebon ke bhagwan
haaye gareebon ke bhagwan
teri ameeron pe nazar hai
gareebon ke bhagwan
teri ameeron pe nazar hai

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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ढ़ूँढ़ता हूँ
हूँSSSS
ढ़ूँढ़ता हूँ हर जगह
अरे कहीं नहीं तेरा पता
हमें ना सता
मालिक बता …
मेरी ख़ता

हाय गरीबों के भगवान
हाय गरीबों के भगवान
तेरी अमीरों पे नज़र है
गरीबों के भगवान
तेरी अमीरों पे नज़र है

पलट कर देख इधर
तेरा ध्यान
तेरा ध्यान
तेरा ध्यान किधर है
पलट कर देख इधर
तेरा ध्यान
तेरा ध्यान
तेरा ध्यान किधर है
गरीबों के भगवान
तेरी अमीरों पे नज़र है

दुनिया को देते हो छप्पर फाड़ के भगवान जी
हम पे भी तो मेहरबानी करो शिरीमान जी
कभी ना हमसे पूछा मिस्टर, तेरी क्या खबर है
पलट कर देख इधर
तेरा ध्यान
तेरा ध्यान
तेरा ध्यान किधर है
गरीबों के भगवान
हाय
गरीबों के भगवान
तेरी अमीरों पे नज़र है

देखो मेरा बुरा हाल, देखो मेरी तरफ
सबकी जेब गरम गरम मेरी जेब … बर्फ
सबकी जेब गर्म गर्म मेरी जेब बर्फ
तेरे कारोबार में कुछ रह गई कसर है
पलट कर देख इधर
तेरा ध्यान
तेरा ध्यान
तेरा ध्यान किधर है
गरीबों के भगवान
हाय, गरीबों के भगवान
तेरी अमीरों पे नज़र है

किसी को दी नौकरी
किसी को लखपति छोकरी
हमारे सर पे क्यों रख दी है मुसीबतों की टोकरी
मुसीबतों के बोझ से चकरा गया मेरा सर है
पलट कर देख इधर
तेरा ध्यान
तेरा ध्यान
तेरा ध्यान किधर है
गरीबों के भगवान
हाय गरीबों के भगवान
तेरी अमीरों पे नज़र है
गरीबों के भगवान
तेरी अमीरों पे नज़र है


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.

It has been full three years almost to the day, that the last song of this music director was posted here on this blog. After three long years, we have another post with a song composed by this maverick composer whose quality of music is exemplary, but the quality of his social interface left a lot to be desired. Uncompromising to the last, he managed to do a lot less work, than he could have. A tale of regrets all the way, for himself, and for his fans – that we were bereft of more of his creativity.

Remembering Sajjaad Husain on the anniversary of his birth today (15th June).
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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 – 4
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The term ‘cancelled’ is not a difficult word to decipher and understand – something incorrect, or outdated, or not required. It simply gets ‘cancelled’ – like a train or a plane reservation, a defective product coming off from the assembly line, or even an appointment that is not required, or cannot be met.  Besides this general usage and its association with sundry and trivial experiences in life, I have come across this term in two other fields, where the meaning and intent of usage turned out to be very specific, and took some time to understand and assimilate it.
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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.

While at school, he was nicknamed ‘Matinee Show’ by his classmates. And here is why. One or more times a week, he would play truant from his home. Climbing down from his first floor room, after he had been sent to bed, and the rest of the family was asleep or getting ready to sleep. He would make a beeline to a nearby cinema theatre, and watch the night shows of the films then currently showing. Sometimes it would also be films from Hollywood. The next day at school, he regaled his classmates with the stories of the films he saw. And not just simply the stories, he would play act some of the scenes to the delight of his friends. And so they nicknamed him ‘Matinee Show’.

This young boy went on to become one of leading producer-director in the Hindi film industry.
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