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Blog Day :

4031 Post No. : 15151

August 1st

Important for me, used to be my mom’s birthday. Thinking of her has only reinforced my feelings that the song with this post convey. She was one lively person who smiled through her illness and never let us know how much pain she was going through. She was always ready to accompany my dad on whatever tour he chose to organise. And I am sure they enjoyed every bit of their time and life together. That is the exact feeling that today’s song speaks of.

“Live life as if there are no tomorrows” – Kal Kya Hoga Kis Ko Pata, Abhi Zindagi Ka Le Lo Mazaa.

August 1st also happens to be the birth anniversaries of Meena Kumari and Bhagwan Dada. Meena Kumari, born Mahjabeen Bano, would have been 86 and Bhagwan Dada, born Bhagwan Abhaji Palav, would have been 103.

Both the actors had their share of fame and were lead actors in many movies. Master Bhagwan, as Bhagwan Dada used to be known in the early years, started his career in the era of silent films. And Meena Kumari stepped into films as a child artist sometimes in the early 1940s. They were part of a few movies together where Meena Kumari was the heroine and Bhagwan lead the comic side plot for example ‘Bandish’ (1955), ‘Main Bhi Ladki Hoon’ (1964} etc.

They had successful careers through the 1960s. We lost Meena Kumari in the beginning of the 70s but Bhagwan Dada was still there and I remember seeing him in many movies doing his signature step dance. In the initial stages of my movie watching I was unaware that he was such a huge star of his times. I always saw him as a side-kick or a dancer who was given prominence in various group dance numbers. Much later I happened to see his songs of ‘Albela’ and I realized that he was being copied by the actors of the 70s – HE was their inspiration. After associating with this blog, I read about his life and times and felt sad that what went up had to go down too. Probably he too subscribed to the thoughts of today’s song and lived in his “todays as if there were no tomorrows”.

Rose Movies’ ‘Kasme Vaade’ (1978) was produced and directed by Ramesh Behl. It had Rakhee, Neetu Singh, Amitabh Bachchan, Randhir Kapoor in the main lead with Rekha in a guest appearance and Amjad Khan in special appearance. Master Bhagwan (Dada) was there for one song at the start of the film. That song was meant to show the happy-go-lucky character of Randhir Kapoor. We find RK on a night out with his cronies, running amok in the streets doing wheelies etc. (it is obvious that all the motor bike stunts are by a body double) and that is the situation for today’s song.

I had always wanted to present this song on the blog to highlight Bhagwan Dada’s steps and dancing. Finally, here it is.

Video

Audio

Song – Praani Bhatak Raha Hai Ban Ban Mein. . . Kal Kya Hoga Kisko Pata  (Kasme Vaade) (1978) Singer – RD Burman, Lyrics – Gulshan Baawra, MD – RD Burman
Male Voice
Chorus

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)

aa..aayen
praa..aani. . .
bhatak rahaa
ban ban mein. . .

aah haaa
waah bhai waah

ye nahi jaane
paagal pre..ae..ae..ae..mi
rabb hai
uske..ae..ae..ae mann mein

arre isi liye to keh gaye hain

jati sati
karmi gati

aaye
miley jo sang pisach ka
sada miley
buri mati
buri mati

but where is bhaanumati?

ha ha ha ha
bhanumati?

arrey bhanumati ne qunba joda
bhanumati ne qunba joda
aaye haaye eent yahan ki wahaan ko roda
eent yahan ki wahaan ko roda

arre phir se gao
bhanumati ne qunba joda
(hoooo oooooo)
eent yahan ki wahaan ko roda
(hoooo oooooo)
bhanumati ne qunba joda
(hoooo oooooo)
eent yahan ki wahaan ko roda
(hoooo oooooo)

arrr ram paa
arrr ram paa
arrr ram paa
arrr ram paa

he he he he
he he hehe
la laa laa laa laa
laa la laa la laa
la laa laa laa laa
laa la laa la laa
la laa laa laa laa
laa la laa la laa

kal kya hoga kis ko pata
abhi zindagi ka le lo mazaa
kal kya hoga kis ko pata
abhi zindagi ka le lo mazaa
kal kya hoga kis ko pata
abhi zindagi ka le lo mazaa
kal kya hoga kis ko pata
abhi zindagi ka le lo mazaa

hey
dil waalo
duniya ki aisi taisi. . .
har pal
apna hai
din kaisa raat kaisi
oo hoooo hooo
hhooooo hoooo
hhooooo hoooo
hhooooo hoooo

hey
hey
aish karo
aish karo
nacho gao khao piyo
nacho gao khao piyo.
hey
hey
arre jeena hai to
jeena hai to
masti mein reh ke jiyo
masti mein reh ke jiyo

arrr ram paa
arrr ram paa
arrr ram paa
arrr ram paa

he he he he
he he hehe
la laa laa laa laa
laa la laa la laa
kal kya hoga kis ko pata
abhi zindagi ka le lo mazaa
kal kya hoga kis ko pata
abhi zindagi ka le lo mazaa
kal kya hoga kis ko pata
abhi zindagi ka le lo mazaa

hey hey hey
hum jahaan
halla gulla hoga wahin
hum se ye
duniya hai
duniya se hum nahi
pak pakau pakau pakau pakau
pak pakau pakau pakau pakau
hey hey hoo haa
hey hey hey hey
hey hey hoo haa
hey ae ae ae

hey
hey
jab tak
jab tak
dum mein hai dum pyaare
dum mein hai dum pyaare
hey
hey
tab tak
tab tak
kahe ka hai gum pyaare
kaahe ka hai gum pyaare

arrr ram paa
arrr ram paa
arrr ram paa
arrr ram paa

he he he he
he he hehe
la laa laa laa laa
laa la laa la laa
kal kya hoga kis ko pata
abhi zindagi ka le lo mazaa
kal kya hoga kis ko pata
abhi zindagi ka le lo mazaa
kal kya hoga kis ko pata
abhi zindagi ka le lo mazaa

kal kya hoga
kis ko pata
abhi zindagi ka
le lo mazaa

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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आ॰॰आ॰॰आयें
प्रा॰॰आणि॰ ॰ ॰
भटक रहा
बन बन में॰ ॰ ॰

आह हा
वाह भई वाह

ये नहीं जाने
पागल प्रे॰॰ए॰॰ए॰॰ए॰॰मी
रब्ब है
उसके॰॰ए॰॰ए॰॰ए॰॰ मन में

अरे इसी लिए तो कह गए हैं

जति सती
करमी गति
आय
मिले जो संग पिशाच का
सदा मिले
बुरी मति
बुरी मति

बट व्हेर इज़ बहनुमती?

हा हा हा हा
बहनुमती?

अरे भानुमती ने कुनबा जोड़ा
भानुमती ने कुनबा जोड़ा
आय हाय ईंट यहाँ की वहाँ का रोड़ा
ईंट यहाँ की वहाँ का रोड़ा

अरे फिर से गाओ
भानुमती ने कुनबा जोड़ा
(हो॰ ॰ ॰ ओ॰ ॰ ॰)
ईंट यहाँ की वहाँ का रोड़ा
(हो॰ ॰ ॰ ओ॰ ॰ ॰)
भानुमती ने कुनबा जोड़ा
(हो॰ ॰ ॰ ओ॰ ॰ ॰)
ईंट यहाँ की वहाँ का रोड़ा
(हो॰ ॰ ॰ ओ॰ ॰ ॰)

अर्रर्र रमप्पा
अर्रर्र रमप्पा
अर्रर्र रमप्पा
अर्रर्र रमप्पा

हे हे हे हे
हे हे हेहे
ल ला ला ला ला
ला लल्ल ल ला
ल ला ला ला ला
ला लल्ल ल ला
ल ला ला ला ला
ला लल्ल ल ला

कल क्या होगा किसको पता
अभी ज़िंदगी का ले लो मज़ा
कल क्या होगा किसको पता
अभी ज़िंदगी का ले लो मज़ा
कल क्या होगा किसको पता
अभी ज़िंदगी का ले लो मज़ा
कल क्या होगा किसको पता
अभी ज़िंदगी का ले लो मज़ा

हे
दिल वालो
दुनिया की ऐसी तैसी॰ ॰ ॰
हर पल
अपना है
दिन कैसा रात कैसी
ओ होsss होssss
होsss होssss
होsss होssss
होsss होssss

हे
हे
ऐश करो
ऐश करो
नाचो गाओ खाओ पियो
नाचो गाओ खाओ पियो
हे
हे
अरे जीना है तो
जीना है तो
मस्ती में रह के जियो
मस्ती में रह के जियो

अर्रर्र रमप्पा
अर्रर्र रमप्पा
अर्रर्र रमप्पा
अर्रर्र रमप्पा

हे हे हे हे
हे हे हे हे
ल ला ला ला ला
ला लल्ल ल ला
कल क्या होगा किसको पता
अभी ज़िंदगी का ले लो मज़ा
कल क्या होगा किसको पता
अभी ज़िंदगी का ले लो मज़ा
कल क्या होगा किसको पता
अभी ज़िंदगी का ले लो मज़ा

हे हे हे
हम जहां
हल्ला गुल्ला होगा वहीं
हमसे ये
दुनिया है
दुनिया से हम नहीं

पक पकाऊ पकाऊ पकाऊ पकाऊ
पक पकाऊ पकाऊ पकाऊ पकाऊ

हे हे हू हा
हे हे हे हे
हे हे हू हा
हे ए ए ए

हे
हे
जब तक
तब तक
दम में है दम प्यारे
दम में है दम प्यारे
तब तक
तब तक
काहे का है ग़म प्यारे
काहे का है ग़म प्यारे

अर्रर्र रमप्पा
अर्रर्र रमप्पा
अर्रर्र रमप्पा
अर्रर्र रमप्पा

हे हे हे हे
हे हे हे हे
ल ला ला ला ला
ला लल्ल ल ला
कल क्या होगा किसको पता
अभी ज़िंदगी का ले लो मज़ा
कल क्या होगा किसको पता
अभी ज़िंदगी का ले लो मज़ा
कल क्या होगा किसको पता
अभी ज़िंदगी का ले लो मज़ा

कल क्या होगा
किसको पता
अभी ज़िंदगी का
ले लो मज़ा

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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 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 :

3996 Post No. : 15090

Hullo to all of Atuldom

Welcome to a post which will get a reaction of “Yeh gaana baaki hai???” And I am sure Atulji will put this song under the category “How did I forget to post this song earlier?”.

In the 70s, and for all the 43 years since, this song has been extremely popular. It is a love song where the young couple meet on the sly, in the middle of the night. It was sung by Asha Bhonsle and Kishore Kumar for a sweet seventeen Neetu Singh and a handsome/ charming 23-year-old Rishi Kapoor. It had very simple choreography by PL Raj that made the pair look very adorable. It was written by Gulshan Bawra and set to tune by our today’s birthday boy.

27th June our dear RD Burman would have turned 80. Like I have written in my post which accompanied the song to remember Kishore Kumar on his last birthday, how I wish Pancham or RDB had not left this world when he did. Then the treasure trove of wonderful songs would have been overflowing. But then that was not to be and we lost him in 1994. But there is still a treasure trove which gives us a lot of songs which if played continuously will last us for days on end. There is a song for every mood. Currently as I write this, I have chosen some random songs on amazon prime music which began with “Chaand Churaa Ke Laya Hoon” (‘Devta’, 1978) went on to “Meri Bheegi Bheegi Si Palkon Pe” (‘Anaamika’, 1973) followed by “O Maanjhi Re” (‘Khushboo’, 1975) and has another 20 songs which include “Bangle Ke Peeche Teri Beri Ke Neeche” (‘Samaadhi’, 1972), “Roz Roz Dali Dali” (‘Angoor’, 1982), and “Mera Pyaar. . . Shalimar” (‘Shaimar’, 1978). Now I must admit I love RDB songs and what I chose to hear were songs which I have not heard in a while. I am totally impartial in my selections. 🙂

Now on to today’s song. Thank you, RD Burman, for bequeathing to us a huge set of songs to remember you with.

Editor comment-With this song, Asha Bhonsle completes 2600 songs as a playback singer in the blog.

Song – Ek Main Aur Ek Tu, Dono Miley Is Tarah  (Khel Khel Mein) (1975) Singer – Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Gulshan Baawra, MD – RD Burman
Kishore Kumar + Asha Bhosle

Lyrics

ek main aur ek tu
dono miley is tarah
ek main aur ek tu
dono miley is tarah
aur joh tan mann mein ho raha hai
ye to hona hi tha
ek main aur ek tu
dono miley is tarah
ek main aur ek tu
dono miley is tarah
aur joh tan mann mein ho raha hai
ye to hona hi tha

yoon nahi
milte hai yaar yaar se
de.. mujhe..
pyaar ka jawaab pyar se
dhadkanen hui jawaan
waqt bhi hai meharbaan
phir ye kaisi dooriyan
bolo bolo bolo bolo bolo bolo
ssshhh
ek main aur ek tu
dono miley is tarah
ho oo ek main aur ek tu
dono miley is tarah
ek main aur ek tu
dono miley is tarah
aur joh tan mann mein ho raha hai
ye to hona hi tha

lalalalalalaaa
lalalalallalaaaa

ho.. dooriyan
waqt aane pe mitaayenge
ek.. din..
itna paas paas aayenge
intezaar tab talak
beqaraar tab talak
yoon hi pyar tab talak
bolo bolo bolo bolo bolo bolo
sshh sshh sshh
ek main aur ek tu
dono miley is tarah
haan ek main aur ek tu
dono miley is tarah
aur joh tan mann mein ho raha hai
ye to hona hi tha

dillagi
ban gayi hai dil ki lagi
hey.. zindagi
naam hai isika zindagi
ho khel khel main sanam,
aa gaye jahaan pe hum
rok le wahin kadam
bolo bolo bolo bolo bolo bolo
sshh sshh sshh

ek main aur ek tu
dono miley is tarah
ek main aur ek tu
dono miley is tarah
aur joh tan mann me ho raha hai
hmmm hmmm hmmm hmmm hmmmmm
ye to hona hi tha
. . to hona hi tha
ye to hona hi tha

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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एक मैं और एक तू
दोनों मिले इस तरह
एक मैं और एक तू
दोनों मिले इस तरह
और जो॰ह तन मन में हो रहा है
ये तो होना ही था
एक मैं और एक तू
दोनों मिले इस तरह
एक मैं और एक तू
दोनों मिले इस तरह
और जो॰ह तन मन में हो रहा है
ये तो होना ही था

यूं नहीं
मिलते हैं यार यार से
दे॰॰ मुझे॰॰
प्यार का जवाब प्यार से
धड़कनें हुईं जवां
वक़्त भी है मेहरबान
फिर ये कैसी दूरीयां
बोलो बोलो बोलो बोलो बोलो
शशश
एक मैं और एक तू
दोनों मिले इस तरह
हो ओ एक मैं और एक तू
दोनों मिले इस तरह
और जो॰ह तन मन में हो रहा है
ये तो होना ही था

लालालालालाला॰ ॰ ॰
लालालालालाला॰ ॰ ॰

हो दूरीयां
वक़्त आने पे मिटाएँगे
एक॰॰ दिन॰॰
इतना पास पास आएंगे
इंतज़ार तब तलक
बेक़रार तब तलक
यूं ही प्यार तब तलक
बोलो बोलो बोलो बोलो बोलो
शश शश शश
एक मैं और एक तू
दोनों मिले इस तरह
हाँ एक मैं और एक तू
दोनों मिले इस तरह
और जो॰ह तन मन में हो रहा है
ये तो होना ही था

दिल्लगी॰॰
बन गई है दिल की लगी
हे ज़िंदगी॰॰
नाम है इसी का ज़िंदगी
हो खेल खेल में सनम
आ गए जहां पे हम
रोक ले वहीं कदम
बोलो बोलो बोलो बोलो बोलो
शश शश शश
एक मैं और एक तू
दोनों मिले इस तरह
एक मैं और एक तू
दोनों मिले इस तरह
और जो॰ह तन मन में हो रहा है
हम्म हम्म हम्म हम्म हम्म हम्म
ये तो होना ही था
॰॰ तो होना ही था
ये तो होना ही था


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 : 3701 Post No. : 14623

Hullo to all in Atuldom

The song with this post is the perfect candidate for the “how did I forget to post this song earlier?” category.

As of today (at the time of writing this) the blog is 3699 days young and 14618 posts strong. And we still keep finding songs popular during their time and afterwards too and say with surprise – Yeh gaana baaki hai? But then in the ocean of Bollywood songs & movies there are close to 1000 movies released each year with an average of about 4-5 songs in each of them. And in the 105-year history of Indian movies (all languages put together) Bollywood might account for just about 105000 and at the average of 4-5 songs per film we are seeing an ocean of 52500 songs only. All figures are approximate, not accurate at all. Given the kind of selection we have at our disposal there are bound to be songs which we would have previously thought that it is already present on the blog. So as has been said in many posts before this we are still at the bottom of the barrel that we need to fill or our bucket is still in the top rung of an ever-overflowing bottomless- well. So that should explain why this song is making its appearance only now! 🙂

Now, this movie (‘Khel Khel Mein’) had five songs, all fairly popular at that time and two or three of them still rule the air waves across TV and Radio but surprise (seems to be no end to surprises as far as songs of this movie are concerned) I couldn’t find even one out of the five on that years’ Binaca Geetmala list. This was the era when whatever RD Burman composed went straight into the heart and mind of the listener. Whatever Kishore Kumar sang was lapped up by the audience. And young and upcoming actors and strugglers and established stars yearned for this combo to create songs for their movies.

One such actor was Rishi Kapoor. He had made a debut into movies in the year 1970 as an adolescent in love with his teacher in ‘Mera Naam Joker’; not to forget the brief walk in the rain, that he undertook in the company of his older siblings in his father’s ‘Shri 420’ in 1955, when he must have been about 2 years old. His first role as an adult was in the 1973 hit – ‘Bobby’. In that movie where Laxmikant Pyarelal scored music, Shailendra Singh was his playback voice. But subsequent films saw Laxmi-Pyare mostly use Mohd. Rafi for Rishi Kapoor and RD Burman favouring Kishore Kumar. And this association of Kishore Kumar or Mohd Rafi for Rishi went on till the two singers passed away but by then Chintu, as Rishi is addressed fondly, had made a place for himself on the Bollywood firmament.

Now coming to todays’ song, its from a movie which has a story attached to it in my personal life which I have related in a post to another song from this movie – “Hamne Tumko Dekha, Tumne Hum Ko Dekha“. The movie had a thriller or mystery or whodunit kind of story. It featured a set of college students who love to play pranks on unsuspecting people. They play such a prank on a stingy, wealthy jeweller (Jankidas) by sending him a typewritten ransom note. They find from the newspapers the next day that the wealthy Seth has been murdered and they could be the prime suspects as the police find the ransom note on the dead man.  Then the all-fun-n-frolic movie turns into a thriller where one of their fellow students and prankster – Rakesh Roshan – is also murdered followed by his girl friend and bar dancer Aruna Irani. As a child I found the movie gripping and find it cute even now. The movie was directed by Ravi Tandon, Gulshan Bawra was the lyricist and RD Burman the composer. The playback singers for this song are Kishore Kumar and Asha Bhonsle pictured on a drunk couple – Neetu Singh and Rishi Kapoor.

So, with this song I would like to wish the cutely handsome Rishi Kapoor a very Happy Birthday (4th September). He is only 66 this year and still has looks that make any girl miss a heartbeat. Saw him recently in the company of another of my favourite actor – Amitabh Bachchan- in ‘102 Not Out’ (2018) and fell in love with this actor all over again. Must admit here that I have a weakness for any movie featuring these two together and ‘102 Not Out’ is no exception.

Happy Birthday Chintu ji 😊

Song – Khullam Khulla Pyaar Karenge Hum Dono (Khel Khel Mein) (1975) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics – Gulshan Baawra, MD – RD Burman
Asha Bhosle + Kishore Kumar
RD Burman

Lyrics

arre dekh rahe hain
to dekhne do
jal bhi rahe hain
arre to jal ne do
khuli sadak hai baba
to ya hua bhai
haa to ho jaaye
ho jaaye

khullam khulla pyar karenge hum dono
khullam khulla pyar karenge hum dono
iss duniya se nahi darenge hum dono
aaa pyar hum karte hai chori nahi
mil gaye dil jora jori nahi
ham wo karenge jo dil kahe
hamko zamaane se kya
koo koo
khullam khulla pyar karenge hum dono
is duniya se nahi darenge hum dono
aaa pyar hum karte hai chori nahi
mil gaye dil jora jori nahi
ham wo karenge jo dil kahe
hamko zamaane se kya
khullam khulla pyar karenge hum dono
iss duniya se nahi darenge hum dono

ae
dekh wo
ishq chhup chhup ke farma rahe hai
hai
kya mazaa
dil hi dil me to ghabra rahe hai
ae
dekh wo 
ishq chup chup ke farma rahe hai
hai
kya mazaa
dil hi dil me to ghabra rahe hai
lagta hai dono padosi hai wo
rishta hi aisa hai jaane bhi do
hum wo karenge dil jo kahe
hamko zamaane se kya
khullam khulla pyar karenge hum dono
is duniya se nahi darenge hum dono

he
sun zara
yeh bhi jodi hai kaisi niraali
hai
saath kya
peeche lala chale aage laali
ae
sun zara
ye bhi jodi hai kaisi niraali
hai saath kya
peeche lala chale aage laali
dono me shaayad banti na ho
apni tarah in mein chhanti na ho
hum wo karenge dil jo kahe
hamko zamaane se kya
arre dhat
khullam khulla pyar karenge hum dono
iss duniya se nahi darenge hum dono

ae
bolo na
pyar ka hai ye dushman zamaana
arrey sun
haan bata
sabko milta nahi ye khazaana
ae
bolo na
pyar ka hai ye dushman zamaana
arrey sun
haan bata
sabko milta nahi ye khazaana
jinko aji ye khazaana mile
dekh dekh unko ye duniya jale
hum wo karenge dil jo kahe
hamko zamaane se kya
huu. . .
khullam khulla pyar karenge hum dono
iss duniya se nahi darenge hum dono
pyar hum karte hai chori nahi
mil gaye dil jora jori nahi
ham wo karenge jo dil kahe
hamko zamaane se kya
khullam khulla pyar karenge hum dono
is duniya se nahi darenge hum dono

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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अरे देख रहे हैं
तो देखने दो
जल भी रहे हैं
तो जलने दो
खुली सड़क है बाबा
तो क्या हुआ पह्ई
हाँ तो हो जाये
हो जाये

खुल्लम खुल्ला प्यार करेंगे हम दोनों’
खुल्लम खुल्ला प्यार करेंगे हम दोनों’
इस दुनिया से नहीं डरेंगे हम दोनों
आ॰॰ प्यार हम करते हैं चोरी नहीं
मिल गए दिल जोरा जोरी नहीं
हम वो करेंगे दिल जो कहे
हमको जमाने से क्या
कू कू
खुल्लम खुल्ला प्यार करेंगे हम दोनों’
इस दुनिया से नहीं डरेंगे हम दोनों
आ॰॰ प्यार हम करते हैं चोरी नहीं
मिल गए दिल जोरा जोरी नहीं
हम वो करेंगे दिल जो कहे
हमको जमाने से क्या
खुल्लम खुल्ला प्यार करेंगे हम दोनों’
इस दुनिया से नहीं डरेंगे हम दोनों


देख वो
इश्क़ छुप छुप के फर्मा रहे हैं
है
क्या मज़ा
दिल ही दिल में तो घबरा रहे हैं

देख वो
इश्क़ छुप छुप के फर्मा रहे हैं
है
क्या मज़ा
दिल ही दिल में तो घबरा रहे हैं
लगता है दोनों पड़ोसी हैं वो
रिश्ता ही ऐसा है जाने भी दो
हम वो करेंगे दिल जो कहे
हमको जमाने से क्या
खुल्लम खुल्ला प्यार करेंगे हम दोनों’
इस दुनिया से नहीं डरेंगे हम दोनों

हे
सुन ज़रा
यह भी जोड़ी है कैसी निराली
है
साथ क्या
पीछे लाला चले आगे लाली
हे
सुन ज़रा
यह भी जोड़ी है कैसी निराली
है
साथ क्या
पीछे लाला चले आगे लाली
दोनों में शायद बनती ना हो
अपनी तरह इन में छनती ना हो
हम वो करेंगे दिल जो कहे
हमको जमाने से क्या
अर्रे धत्त
खुल्लम खुल्ला प्यार करेंगे हम दोनों’
इस दुनिया से नहीं डरेंगे हम दोनों


बोलो ना
प्यार का है दुश्मन ज़माना
अरे सुन
हाँ बता
सबको मिलता नहीं ये खज़ाना

बोलो ना
प्यार का है दुश्मन ज़माना
अरे सुन
हाँ बता
सबको मिलता नहीं ये खज़ाना
जिनको अजी ये खज़ाना मिले
देख देख उनको ये दुनिया जले
हम वो करेंगे दिल जो कहे
हमको जमाने से क्या
हू
खुल्लम खुल्ला प्यार करेंगे हम दोनों’
इस दुनिया से नहीं डरेंगे हम दोनों
प्यार हम करते हैं चोरी नहीं
मिल गए दिल जोरा जोरी नहीं
हम वो करेंगे दिल जो कहे
हमको जमाने से क्या
खुल्लम खुल्ला प्यार करेंगे हम दोनों’
इस दुनिया से नहीं डरेंगे हम दोनों


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

Blog Day : 3672 Post No. : 14554

I just realized that, in the last few years, most of my posts here have been linked to a specific occasion. A birth anniversary, a death anniversary, a blog milestone or something similar.

In the past, I would write a post just for the heck of it – but my writing has gone down considerably. Not just in quality, but in quantity too. And I think there’s a correlation here – it’s a vicious circle. As with many skills, practice makes perfect. Forget perfection, but practice at least helps keep a skill alive.

The less I write, the less I find myself able to string words into sentences – and sentences into paragraphs. Words used to flow in the past, now they’re like Indian batsmen, barring Kohli, batting in English conditions. 🙂

So I thought I should write a post “ainven”. No anniversary or occasion – just writing for the heck of it.

The trigger for this post is actually a recent post by Peevisie’s Mom. On the occasion of Kishore Kumar’s birth anniversary, she posted the song “janam janam mere sanam” from Faasle (1985). I hadn’t heard this song in a while – but I remember liking this song a lot at the time the film was released. It was a fairly popular song in its time.

That got me thinking.

I’ve generally been harsh on 1980s music. And I’ve never made a secret of it. 🙂 Taste is personal, and what I like, or don’t like, might be very different from another person’s taste So I hope I don’t offend anyone here with my thoughts.

But my own experience has been that by the early 80s, I began feeling a decline in quality. Not with every song of course, but increasingly I was coming across “new” songs that I didn’t like very much. I often give the examples of “angrezi mein kehte hain” and “shaayad meri shaadi ka khayaal” but there were many more. I use these as examples only because they were massively popular, as evidenced by their topping Binaca Geet Mala in those years.

Then there was the onslaught of the Himmatwala (1983) storm. To be honest, much later in life I listened to the songs again – and didn’t mind them all that much. But at that time (in the 80s), already suffering from the “angrezi mein” attack, I didn’t need this. It was like facing Marshall and Holding from two ends – there was no escape.

So for years, I just shut off from listening to “new” songs. Movies like Ek Jaan Hain Hum, Love 86 and many more came and went – they had popular songs too, but I wasn’t interested.

That was also, again in my opinion, a lean period for Hindi cinema itself. Amitabh Bachchan seemed to be on a decline, and there was a sort of vacuum of credibility around. Yes, there were films being made – with Mithun Chakraborty, Sanjay Dutt, Sunny Deol, Anil Kapoor, Jackie Shroff, newcomer Govinda and others – but I stayed away from them all.

And I totally stayed away from the Jeeetendra-Sridevi-Jayaprada storm that followed the Himmatwala storm. I call this the “ice cream khaogi” period – some will recognise this as a line from a popular song of the time. 🙂

So all in all, I generally stayed away from films. During that period (1985-1990), I must have watched less than 10 films. I can remember Saagar, Meri Jung, Mera Jawaab – all in 1985. After that, I remember just Pushpak (1987) for the next few years.

That was also the time that Hindi cinema was going through a video piracy crisis. Not that it made a difference to me, because I didn’t watch “new” films even on video then. I just didn’t want to watch them. Some friends tried to persuade me – there were “big” movies being released like Jaanbaaz and Karma. I wasn’t interested.

I think Mera Jawaab (1985) sealed it for me. I’d gone to Hyderabad to visit my sister. We decided to go for a film in a nearby theater. We had no clue about the film except that it was a Jackie Shroff-Meenakshi Seshadri film – which was fine for us.

Now, in those days, violence was very much the norm in a film. Shakti Kapoor, Gulshan Grover were the ruling villains. In this film, the heroine, Meenakshi Seshadri, gets brutally raped by three men and killed halfway through the film. The rest of the film is a revenge story of how Jackie avenges her rape/murder.

My sister got a headache watching the film, I too didn’t enjoy it at all, and was glad when it was over.

That film only further reinforced my feeling that the movies and music of that period weren’t my cup of tea. Maybe it was my fault – maybe I was just out of tune with the times. Maybe audience tastes had changed, and I was stuck in an earlier era.

It wasn’t just the movies, it was the music too.

The golden period of music is generally considered to be upto the end of the 60s. Though I’m a 70s person, I will be the first to admit that the 70s were already a few notches lower than the 60s. And the 80s probably just continued the decline further.

Again, we should not get carried away by extremes. Some will point to a dozen superb songs of the 70s (probably Gulzar-RD Burman) to make a point that 70s too had great music. That’s not my point. One has to look at TOTAL output to see what proportion of songs you would consider as “great”. Again, I agree this is subjective – so I will go with popular opinion.

Popular opinion would suggest that the 1950s had a high proportion of songs that could be considered “great” or classic. There were films like Baiju Bawra, Awara, CID, Chori Chori, Madhumati, Naya Daur, Anari and many more that had multiple songs that fit this bill.
The 1960s too continued this trend. Films changed with the advent of colour, they became more “entertainment” and music began reflecting this too. But even so, its quality remained very high. Many of the composers were still the same, even if they adapted their style to new demands.

By the 1970s, many of the old composers had disappeared from the scene. And audience tastes changed yet again – it became even more loud, in my opinion. One could see this in the dress sense too – bright, loud colours, floral prints. I remember having pink, striped, bellbottoms at the time. 🙂

It is my personal opinion (I must emphasise this!) that music too became more loud than melodious. The reason we keep referring to the Gulzar-RD Burman songs is that they were largely the EXCEPTION for that period. They gave us relief from the loud music. The same reason why the Yesudas-Hemlata songs became so popular in that time. They were melodious, compared to a lot that was on offer.

Just to clarify, I am not saying 70s songs were not catchy. They were extremely catchy. But there’s a difference between being catchy, and being soft and melodious.

By the late 70s, the disco fever had fully caught on in India. It had started earlier in the decade already in the West – it was only a matter of time for it to catch on in India too.

For a good part of the 80s, disco music was popular. Bappi Lahiri, known as King of Disco Music, thrived.

I was fond of disco songs too – I fondly remember listening to “Disco Station Disco” from Hathkadi (1982) many times. 🙂

As the decade progressed, and I progressively lost interest in “new” movies and songs, I lost track of what was going on.

I’d get to listen to the odd song – maybe playing on radio, or during a festival. In those days, during festivals, the latest, most popular songs, would play loudly in the entire neighbourhood.

And this is how I listened to “janam janam mere sanam” from Faasle (1985). In those days I was in Mumbai (then Bombay) and this song used to play on radio quite often.

When I heard it now, after SO many years, it brought back memories of those years – the 80s.

Since then, though I avoided “new” movies then, I’ve seen many 80s films. In my “blanket ban”, I had missed out on films like Arth, Ardh Satya, Masoom, Ijaazat, Mr India, Agar Tum Na Hote – all of which I saw later. And Karma too. I’ve even seen Himmatwala, Tohfa, Mawaali and some others of the “ice cream khaogi” genre. And a few Amitabh Bachchan films too of that period – Aakhree Raasta and Ganga Jamuna Saraswati, and some more.

I liked some, I didn’t like some – but then, three decades later, it is easier to look back and have a different perspective on the time. And yes, one does mellow a bit too with age. 🙂

I realize that even if the overall standard had declined, there were a fair number of pleasant songs in the 80s too. I’ve written here earlier about “O yaara tu pyaaron se” from Kaash (1987). This was a film I saw much later – and I really liked this song.

In recent years, I’ve been coming across 1980s songs that I’d never heard before – beautiful songs like the Gulzar-RD song “roz roz aankhon tale” from Jeeva (1986) which someone introduced to me a few years ago. I am sure there are many more too.

Which brings me to my song for today.

When Peevisie’s Mom posted a song from Faasle (1985), I first confused it with Jawaani (1984).

Faasle has two young newcomers, Rohan Kapoor and Farha. Jawaani also had two young newcomers on the scene – Karan Shah and Neelam. That was the period of love stories with young pairs – probably following the huge success of Betaab (1983) and Hero (1983).

Jawaani is a film I happened to watch a few years ago. I don’t know how I ended up watching this film – I’d never even heard of it before. Nor had I heard of Karan Shah, the hero. But as I watched it, I found that I quite liked it. I don’t remember the story now – I think it was typical (rich girl, poor boy, girl’s father doesn’t approve of girl’s choice). But inspite of this, it held my attention. Or rather, I should say, since I watch such movies with zero expectations, it far exceeded my expectations. 🙂

But the highlight for me was the songs.

Usually in a film, I get pleasantly surprised if I come across a song that I immediately recognise as “arrey, ye gaana IS film mein hai?”. Now imagine that happening to 6 songs in a film! I realized, as I watched Jawaani, that I knew the following songs in the film but had no clue they were from this, or from the same, film.

Bheega bheega pyaara pyaara
Halla gulla mazaa hai jawaani
Gali gali dhoondha tujhe
Maana abhi ho kamsin
Saajna main sada tere saath hoon
Tu rootha to main ro doongi sanam

Much later, I got to know that this track was composed by RD Burman. At that time, he was not having too much success – but this film was among his successes.

When I got reminded of this film, I checked to see which songs had got posted here. To my surprise, not a single song has been posted yet. So, with this song, this film makes its debut on this blog.

I quite like Lata’s rendition here. Her voice is not just excellent, she also gives the necessary emphasis at different points to make the song more interesting and musical. You’d expect nothing less from her after all her years of experience. 🙂

This also happens to be the only film I have seen of Neelam. She was popular in her own way – but this was exactly the period that I stayed away from films. 🙂 I quite liked her in this film.

Hope you like the song. You’ve probably heard it before if you listened to radio in the mid-80s. It was quite popular.

P.S: While writing this post, I didn’t realize that the 7th of August is the death anniversary of Gulshan Bawra. A lyricist I will always associate with the songs of Upkaar and Zanjeer because that was when I first heard of him in my childhood. He has also acted in a few films. I remember the song “deewaane hain deewaanon ko” of Zanjeer picturised on him.

Today’s song, coincidentally, happens to be written by him and I would like it to be considered a tribute to him.

So this post which started as being an “ainven” post ends up being another anniversary post.


Song-Saajna main sada tere saath hoon (Jawaani)(1984) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Gulshan Bawra, MD-R D Burman
Chorus

Lyrics

aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa

saajna
main sadaa tere saath hoon
ye jahaan ho ya wo jahaan
saajna
main sadaa tere saath hoon
ye jahaan ho ya wo jahaan
saajna

ru ru ru
ru ru ru ru
aa aa aa
aa aa aa

aaja chalein wahaan
pehre na ho jahaan
na ho dushman koi
aaja chalein wahaan
pehre na hon jahaan
na ho dushman koi
aise jahaan mein hi
jaa ke basaayenge
chhota sa ik aashiyaaan
saajna
main sadaa tere saath hoon
ye jahaan ho ya wo jahaan
saajna

meri nigaahon mein
tu hi rahe sadaa
maine bas ye chaaha
meri nigaahon mein
tu hi rahe sadaa
maine bas ye chaaha
teri lagan mujhe
meri lagan tujhe
ye lagan yoon rahe jawaan
saajna
main sadaa tere saath hoon
ye jahaan ho ya wo jahaan
saajna

ru ru ru
ru ru ru
ru ru ru

tere bina meri
mere bina teri
zindagi hai adhoori
tere bina meri
mere bina teri
zindagi hai adhoori
baahen hon baahon mein
pyaar ki raahon mein
chalta chale ye kaarwaan
saajna
main sadaa tere saath hoon
ye jahaan ho ya wo jahaan
saajna
main sadaa tere saath hoon
ye jahaan ho ya wo jahaan
saajna


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Blog Day : 3522 Post No. : 14146

“Aan Baan” (1972) was produced by Malik Chand Kochar and directed by Prakash Mehra. The movie had Rajendra Kumar, Rakhi, David Abraham, Jagdeep, Pran, Sunder, Kumkum, Som Dutt, Kanhaiyalal, Anwar Hussein, Tabassum etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Five of these songs have been covered in the blog. Here are the details of the songs from the movie that have been covered so far :-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Tum meri ho mere siwaa kisi ki nahin 4186 12-Jul-11
Badnaam ho gayaa dil bas aapki badaulat 4679 22-Sep-11
Jab tum ho mere hamsafar khoobsoorat 8536 15-Aug-13
Ooper dekho ya neeche 9667 5-Apr-14
Naam nahin koi dhaam nahin 14141 9-Mar-18

Here is the sixth and final song from “Aan Baan”(1972) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Rafi. Gulshan Bawra is the lyricist. music is composed by Shankar Jaikishan.

The song is picturised as a baaraat song with Rajendra Kumar lip syncing the song as part of the baaraat, being the brother of the dulha. It turns out that he was in love with the dulhan Raakhi all these days and he is doing some sort of “sacrifice” by letting his brother marry his lady love. Those were the days when Hindi movies had some actors who would “sacrifice” out of thin air even when no sacrificing was called for. 🙂

Nevertheless, this song is the sixth and final son from “Aan Baan”(1972) to appear in the blog. with this song, “Aan Baan”(1972) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Ke lo ham aaye dulha bhaiyya ke baarati ban ke (Aan Baan)(1972) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Gulshan Bawra, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics

mat poochho jo khushi ke maare
aaj hai apna haal
aankhon mein chhaayi hai masti
bahek rahi hai chaal

ke lo hum aaye dulha bhaiya ke baaraati ban ke
ke lo hum aaye dulha bhaiya ke baaraati ban ke
aaj duniya hai hamaari ee
haay
aaj duniya hai hamaari chalenge tan ke
ke lo hum aaye dulha bhaiya ke baaraati ban ke
ke lo hum aaye dulha bhaiya ke baaraati ban ke

pyaar ke dekho kaise kaise rang aaye hain sehre mein
hamne apne armaanon ke phool sajaaye sehre mein
pyaar ke dekho kaise kaise rang aaye hain sehre mein
hamne apane armaano ke phool sajaaye sehre mein
dil ke gulshan se ae
haay dil ke gulshan se
laaye hain jo chun chun ke
ke lo hum aaye dulha bhaiya ke baaraati ban ke
ke lo hum aaye dulha bhaiya ke baaraati ban ke

wahaan talak khushiyaan hi khushiyaan
najar jahaan tak jaati hai
khush kismat logo ko kismat aisa din dikhlaati hai
wahaan talak khushiyaan hi khushiyaan
najar jaha tak jaati hai
khush kismat logon ko kismat aisa din dikhlaati hai
isi din ko o
haay
isi din ko gujaare din gin gin ke
ke lo hum aaye dulha bhaiya ke baaraati ban ke
ke lo hum aaye dulha bhaiya ke baaraati ban ke

khushi mein dhadkan tez ho gayi
tej karo lay baaje ki
apni manjil tak aa pahunchi
ghodi dulhe raaje ki
khushi mein dhadkan tej ho gayi
tej karo lay baaje ki
apni manzil tak aa pahunchi
ghodi dulhe raaje ki
ho dil jhoome ae
haay dil jhoome
shehnaayi ki sadaayein sun ke
ke lo hum aaye dulha bhaiya ke baaraati ban ke
ke lo hum aaye dulha bhaiya ke baaraati ban ke

aaj duniya hai hamaari ee
haay
aaj duniya hai hamaari ee
chalenge tan ke
ke lo hum aaye dulha bhaiya ke baaraati ban ke
ke lo hum aaye dulha bhaiya ke baaraati ban ke


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Blog Day : 3521 Post No. : 14141

“Aan Baan” (1972) was produced by Malik Chand Kochar and directed by Prakash Mehra. The movie had Rajendra Kumar, Rakhi, David Abraham, Jagdeep, Pran, Sunder, Kumkum, Som Dutt, Kanhaiyalal, Anwar Hussein, Tabassum etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Four of these songs have been covered in the blog, with the fourth song being covered in 2014.

Here is the fifth song from “Aan Baan” (1972) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Rafi. Gulshan Bawra is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shankar Jaikishan.

The song is a philosophical song which is lip synced by Rajendra Kumar who is seen lipsyncing this song in a jail where he is jailed alongwith several others. Or is it a mental asylum ? I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of the song.

Personally, whenever I see a “jail” song, I am automatically reminded of the jail song of “Kaaliya”(1981), which was a philosophical song too and that was also sung by Rafi.


Song-Naam nahin koi dhaam nahin (Aan Baan)(1972) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Gulshan Bawra, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics

sun lo poorab paschhim uttar dakshin ke ae logon
jeevan sabke liye saza hai
hanste hanste bhogo
naam nahin koi dhaam nahin
hai number se pehchaan
kya raaja kya rank yahaan pe
sab hain ek samaan
naam nahin koi dhaam nahin
hai number se pehchaan
kya raaja kya rank yahaan pe
sab hain ek samaan
naam nahin koi dhaam nahin

bhaasha ko deewaar banaa ke
kyun tu bair kamaye
bol pyaar ki boli aisi
gair tera ho jaaye
bhaasha ko deewaar banaa ke
kyun tu bair kamaye
bol pyaar ki boli aisi
gair tera ho jaaye
dil ki bhaasha sab ki bhaasha
jaan le o anjaan
kya raaja kya rank yahaan pe
sab hain ek samaan
naam nahin koi dhaam nahin
hai number se pehchaan
kya raaja kya rank yahaan pe
sab hain ek samaan
naam nahin koi dhaam nahin

bura na dekho
bura na bolo
bura suno na bhai
sab dharmon ka yahi hai maqsad
yahi to hai sachchaayi
bura na dekho
bura na bolo
bura suno na bhai
sab dharmon ka yahi hai maqsad
yahi to hai sachchaayi
chaahe geeta biblw padhlo
chaahe granth kuraan
kya raaja kya rank yahaan pe
sab hain ek samaan
naam nahin koi dhaam nahin
hai number se pehchaan
kya raaja kya rank yahaan pe
sab hain ek samaan
naam nahin koi dhaam nahin

josh mein aake bhool gaya kyun
tu hai ek khilauna
kokh se toone janam liya hai
maut ki god mein sona
josh mein aake bhool gaya kyun
tu hai ek khilauna
kokh se toone janam liya hai
maut ki god mein sona
kaandhe chadh ke jaayega
nirbal ho ya balwaan
kya raaja kya rank yahaan pe
sab hain ek samaan
naam nahin koi dhaam nahin
hai number se pehchaan
kya raaja kya rank yahaan pe
sab hain ek samaan
naam nahin koi dhaam nahin


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Blog Day : 3516 Post No. : 14121

“Patthar Aur Paayal”(1974) was directed by Harmesh Malhotra for K P S Films, Bombay. The “social” movie had Dharmendra, Hema Malini, Vinod Khanna, ajit, Jayshree T, Rajendranath, Ifthhikar, Sapru, Ram mohan, Shetty, Rajan Haksar, Joginder, Jankidas, S K Prem, V Gopal, Yash, Rajkumar, Rani, Rajrani, Kirti, Bachan Singh, Sheroo etc in it.

This movie had four songs in it. Indeewar had penned two of them, whereas Verma Malik and Gulshan Baawra had penned one song each.

Here is the first song from “Patthar Aur Paayal”(1974) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Gulshan Bawra is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji.

The song is picturised as a cabarat dance song on Jayshree T. Villains are always milling around at places organising cabarat dance in Hindi movies and this song is no exception. 🙂 Such esteemed personalities as Shetty, Sapru etc are seen gracing the occasion with their presence, so this song is a villains’ den song as well. 🙂

With this song, “Patthar Aur Paayal”(1974) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Kaun hoon main tu kya jaane (Pathhar aur Paayal)(1974) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Gulshan Bawra, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

kaun hoon main tu kya jaane
kaun hu main tu kya jaane
are o deewaane
raaz agar ye khul jaayega
dekho sabhi ka dil jal jaayega
ban jaayenge afsaane
ho o o o
o
kaun hoon main tu kya jaane
are kaun hoon main tu kya jaane

kya mujhe kali samajhte ho
hmm hmm hmm hmm
jaante ho
kali ke saath kaante bhi hote hain

paas mere na aana
haath mujhe na lagaana
ho jaayega zakhm gahra
kaanton ka mujhpe hai pahra
paas mere na aana
haath mujhe na lagaana
ho jaayega zakhm gahra
kaanton ka mujhpe hai pahra
gesu mere
mahak rahe hain
apni dhun mein
bahak rahe hain
mere sabhi deewaane
o o o o
o
kaun hoon main tu kya jaane
kaun hoon main tu kya jaane

kya main chingaari hoon
hmm hmm
aur chingaari shola ban jaaye to

jab shola ban jaaun
kya kya rang dikhaaun
chaahoon jise jala doon
pal mein raakh bana doon
jab shola ban jaaun
kya kya rang dikhaaun
chaahoon jise jala doon
pal mein raakh bana doon
ek raat mein
haan haan
hanste hanste
jal jaate hain meri lau mein
kitne hi parwaane
o o o o
o
kaun hoon main tu kya jaane
kaun hoon main tu kya jaane
are o deewaane
raaz agar ye khul jaayega
dekho sabhi ka dil jal jaayega
ban jaayenge afsaane
o o o o
o


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.

Blog Day : 3514 Post No. : 14114

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 64# Singer – Kishore Kumar
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In my opinion, Kishore Kumar’s voice reached a different and special plane altogether during late 1960s as compared to his voice prior to earlier years i.e. pre ‘Padosan'(1968) and ‘Aradhana’ (1969). He retained that “something special” in his voice for the rest of his career. His voice was at its ‘versatile peak’ during this phase of his career.

Kishore Kumar was popularly known as the voice of ‘Rajesh Khanna’ during 1970s, but he was also singing for most other actors, whether they were the established stars of the time or newcomers. Today’s song is one such special song. I became aware of this song only in September 2016.

It was during my stay at Nagpur that I had marked this song for presentation here on the blog. When I checked HFGK for this movie songs, I discovered that this song had two versions viz a ‘happy’ as well as ‘sad’. However, at that time only the sad version of this song was available, so I forwarded the movie link to my friend so that he could make the fast version of the song available in time for Holi of 2017. But somehow it did not materialize.

Later on, due to change in my job location it got further delayed. It was just about five weeks back that I requested our beloved Raja Saab to upload video of this song and he, as he always does, was kind enough to respond to my request and he has uploaded both the video versions of this song. (Thank you, Raja Saab, for the videos of both versions of this song). Meanwhile, I also discovered that audio of the ‘happy’ version was also available on YT.

This is a song celebrating ‘Holi’ – the festival of colors – and thus today on the occasion of ‘Holi’ let us enjoy this song from the ‘1975’ movie ‘Andhera’.

‘Andhera’ was directed by Tulsi Ramsay and Shyam Ramsay for their home production under the banner of Ramsay Films, Bombay. It was produced by F.U. Ramsay who also wrote the story of this movie. The star cast of this movie includes Sameer, Vani Ganpati, Surendra Kumar, Imtiaz, Helen, Satyen Kappu, Krishan Dhawan, Mukri, Dulari, Shekhar Purohit, Kumud Tripathi, Tuntun, Heeralal, Murad, Kukku, Arvind Pandya, Major Anand, Madhu, Habib, Moolchand, Seema Kapoor, Ashoo and others.

Dialogues for this movie were written by Kafeel Azar. Shyam Ramsay was the Chief Assistant Editor and Arjun Ramsay was the Associate Director. Editing was done by Bal Korde. Kumar Ramsay was the Executive Producer for this movie and he also wrote the screenplay of this movie.

This movie has four songs. Lyrics for all these songs are penned by Gulshan Bawra. Music for this movie is composed by Sonik-Omi. All the songs are solo songs; two by Kishore Kumar , and other two by Asha Bhonsle. Today’s song is sung by Kishore Kumar and it has two versions ‘happy’and ‘sad’ (or fast and slow 🙂 ). More than the fast version I like the slow version and its tune grows up on one as one listens to it repeatedly

Let us now enjoy this song!!! With this song, ‘Andhera’ (1975) makes its debut in the blog.

Wishing all readers and members of this blog a very happy, peaceful, safe and colorful Holi 2018 …!!!

 

Video-Happy version

Video (sad version-partial)

Audio-Sad version-longer

Song-Rang doonga sabko main pyaar bhari baaton se (Andhera)(1975) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Gulshan Bawra, MD-Sonik Omi
Unidentified Female Voice

Lyrics

hurrrrrr rrr ak

holi hai re holi hai
bhabhunaaku
gori gori chhori hai
bhabhunaaku
chhori badi bholi hai
bheegi bheegi choli hai
holi hain re bholi hai
holi hain re holi hai
holi hain ke bholi hai
holi hain ke choli hai
holi choli hat
choli holi hat
holi bholi hat

rang doonga sabko main
pyaar bhari baaton se
rang doonga sabko main
pyaar bhari baaton se
aaj koyee ee ee
aaj koyi bach na sakega
mere haathon se
aaj koyi bach na sakega
mere haathon se
rang doonga sabko main
ho laale bachiyo
ha ha
ha ha

choli bhigo doon ho o
chunari bhigo doon
mujhko kiska dar hai
har ek naari hi aaj hai gopi
kaanha har ek nar hai
holi mein jo bhi ho so kam hai
rok le mujhko
jisme dam hai re
aaj koyi ee ee
aaj koyi bach na sakega
mere haathon se
aaj koyi bach na sakega
mere haathon se
rang doonga sab ko main
ho bhonpu ahe he he
ha ha
he he ae
ah a he he he

aaj wo din hai khelen rang se
naachen gaayen milke ae
aa gori aa
in baahon mein
armaan poore hon dil ke ae
holi to hai milne ka bahaana
ab na chalega re yoon sharmaanaa
aaj koyi ee ae
aaj koyi bach na sakega
mere haathon se
aaj koyi bach na sakega
mere haathon se
rang doonga sab ko main
o goriye ye le
ha ha ha
ho o
chhodo na
ho ho he he
a ha
oh, please chhodo na
arey kaise chhodoon
chhodo na
arey nahi re
oh ho
o ho
chhodo o
nahin nahin
he he
he he
he he
bruuuurr

ye bhonpu idhar aa
ye baba
o sethiye

aaja aaja
o goriye
oye hoye
he
he

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(Sad Version) based on audio version which is longer one
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rang doonga sabko main aen
pyaar bhari baaton se ae
aaj koyi bach na sakega
mere haathon se
aaj koyi bach na sakega
mere haathon se ae
choli bhigo doon
chunri bhigo doon
mujhko kiska dar hai
har ik naari ee ee aaj hai gopi ee
kaanhaa har ik nar hai
holi mein jo bhi ee ho so kam hai
rok le mujhko o
jisme dam hai
aaj koyi bach na sakega
mere haathon se
rang doonga sabko main aen
pyaar bhari baaton se
aaj koyi bach na sakega
mere haathon se ae
aaj koyi bach na sakega
mere haathon se

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Devnagri script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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हुर्र र र र र र रक
होली है रे होली है
भभुनाकू
गोरी गोरी छोरी है
भभुनाकू
छोरी बड़ी भोली है
भीगी भीगी चोली है
होली है रे भोली है
होली है रे होली है
होली है के भोली है
होली है के चोली है
होली चोली हट
चोली होली हट
होली भोली हट

रंग दूंगा सबको मैं
प्यार भरी बातों से
रंग दूंगा सबको मैं
प्यार भरी बातों से
आज कोई ई ई
आज कोई बच न सकेगा
मेरे हाथों से
आज कोई बच न सकेगा
मेरे हाथों से
रंग दूंगा सबको मैं
हो लाले बचियो
अहा हा हा हा
चोली भिगो दूं हो ओ
चुनरी भिगो दूं
मुझको किसका डर हैं
हर एक नारी ही आज है गोपी
कान्हा हर एक नर हैं
होलि में जो भी हो सो कम हैं
रोक ले मुझको जिसमें दम है रे
आज कोई ई ई
आज कोई बच न सकेगा
मेरे हाथों से
आज कोई बच न सकेगा
मेरे हाथों से
रंग दूंगा सब को मैं
हो भोपू आहे हे हे
हा हा
हे हे ए
अह अ हे हे हे
आज वो दिन हैं खेलें रंग से
नाचें गाएँ मिल के ए
आ गोरी आ इन बाहों में
अरमान पूरे हों दिल के ए
होली तो हैं मिलने का बहाना
अब न चलेगा रे यूं शर्माना
आज कोई ई ए
आज कोई बच न सकेगा
मेरे हाथों से
आज कोई बच न सकेगा
मेरे हाथों से
रंग दूंगा सब को मैं
ओ गोरिये ये ले अ हा हा हा
हो ओ
छोडो न
हो हो हे हे
अ हा
ओह प्लीज़ छोडो न
अरे कैसे छोडूं
छोडो न
अरे नहीं रे
ओह हो
ओ हो
छोडो ओ
नहीं नहीं
हे हे
हे हे
हे हे
ब्रुरु ऊऊउर्र
ये भोपू इधर आ
ये बाबा
ओ सेठिये
आजा आजा
ओ गोरिये
ओये होए
हे
हे
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(भाग -२ , धीमा स्वर या विषाद गीत)
———————————–
रंग दूंगा सबको मैं
प्यार भरी बातों से
आज कोई बच न सकेगा
मेरे हाथों से
आज कोई बच न सकेगा
मेरे हाथों से
चोली भिगो दूं
चुनरी भिगो दूं
मुझको किसका डर हैं
हर एक नारी ई ई आज है गोपी ई
कान्हा हर एक नर हैं
होली में जो भी ई हो सो कम हैं
रोक ले मुझको ओ जिसमें दम है
आज कोई बच न सकेगा
मेरे हाथों से
रंग दूंगा सबको मैं
प्यार भरी बातों से ए
आज कोई बच न सकेगा
मेरे हाथों से ए
आज कोई बच न सकेगा
मेरे हाथों से


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Blog Day : 3471 Post No. : 13938

“Jhoothha Kahin Ka”(1979) was directed by Ravi Tandon for R M Films, Bombay. This “social” movie had Rishi Kapoor, Nitu Singh, Rakesh Roshan, Prem Chopra, Om Shivpuri, Satyen Kappoo, Indrani Mukherji, Helen, Preeti Ganguly, Keshto Mukherji, Ifthikhar, Hari Shivdasani, Yunus Parvez, Indira Bansal, Mushtaq Merchant, Hungama, Harish, Dharamveer, R P Sethi, Brahm Bhardwaj, Vandana Shashtri, Vikas Anand, O P Goyal, Gauri Verma etc in it.

This movie had five songs in it. Four of these songs have been covered in the blog.

Here is the fifth and final song from “Jhoothha Kahin Ka”(1979) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Kishhore Kumar with his usual energy, accompanied by chorus. Gulshan Bawra is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.

I had planned to post this song long long ago (as post number 10970). I do not know how I missed posting it at that time. The video of the song was available then and now it had vanished. A video (with some East European voiceover) is still available, but the video link of that time that I had noted down with the lyrics has vanished by now. The song is picturised on Rishi Kapoor and many others as a club song.

During the late 1970s, I considered the songs on this movie as infra dig. But now the songs of this movie are regarded as truly classic songs. when one looks at the quality of songs that got created in the years that followed, I had to grudgingly agree that yes, the songs of this movie are indeed classics vis a vis the songs that followed.

Just look at the songs that have been covered earlier:

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Jeewan ke har mod pe mil jaayenge hamsafar 2143 10-Nov-09
Baarah baje ki suyion jaise 2232 13-Dec-09
Jhoothha kahin ka mujhe aisa mila 11258 8-Jul-15
Dekho mera jaadoo…bade bade lut gaye 13924 15-Jan-18

With this song, “Jhoothha Kahin Ka”(1979) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.

Audio

Song-Dil mein jo mere sama gayi (Jhootha Kahin Ka)(1979) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Gulshan Bawra, MD-R D Burman
Rishi Kapoor
Chorus

Lyrics

dil mein jo mere sama gayi
kaun
jo meri aankhon pe chha gayi
kaun
kya bataaun main
badi haseen hai wo
aisi jahaan mein koyi nahin
achchha

hey
dil mein jo mere sama gayi
jo meri aankhon pe chha gayi
kya bataaun main
badi haseen hai wo
aisi jahaan mein koyi nahin
arrey kya kudi hai wo
phuljhadi hai wo
aisi jahaan mein koyi nahin
haaye kya kudi hai wo
phuljhadi hai wo
aisi jahaan mein koyi nahin

haay haay
ek baat bataaun dost
bata bata jaldi bata
ek baar wo mujhe milne aayi
achchha
maine pyaar se uska haath pakad liya
phir kya hua
usne mujhe dekha,
maine use dekha
maine usaki aankhon mein aankhe daal din
bas
dono dekhte hi reh gaye

arey aankhe uski
mai ke paimaane do
milte hi main
kahoon doob jaane do
aankhe uski
mai ke paimane do
milte hi main
kahoon doob jaane do
arrey yaar baat aage badhi ke nahin
arrey baaton mein baat jo badh gayi
aankhon se pi to mujhe chadh gayi
jaaneman meri
gulbadan meri
aisi jahaan mein koyi nahin
oo aa
kya kudi hai wo
phuljhadi hai wo
aisi jahaan mein koyi nahin
arre kya kudi hai wo
phuljhadi hai wo
aisi jahaan mein koyi nahin

arrey bhai ek din uska telephone aaya haan
kahne lagi
hello hello darling
darling
haan
phir kya boli
boli
mere ghar mein party hai aao ha
jab main vahan pahuncha to pata laga
vahan uske siva aur koyi bhi nahi thha
phir kya hua
bas main thha
haan
wo thhi
haan
wo thi bas main tha
aur tanhaayi thhi haay

uss din ham miley tanhaayi mein
doobte gaye pyaar ki gahrayi mein
uss din ham miley tanhaayi mein
doobte gaye pyaar ki gahrayi mein
to phir phir phir phir phir
iske baad kya huwa
arey iske baad phir kha li kasam,
milte rahenge yoon hi har janam
dilruba meri
jaane vafa meri,
aisi jahaan mein koyi nahin
arrey kya kudi hai wo
phuljhadi hai wo
aisi jahaan mein koyi nahin
haaye kya kudi hai wo
phuljhadi hai wo
aisi jahaan mein koyi nahin
hmmmm
hu hu hu hu,
hu hu hu hu
hu hu
hu hu
hahahaha


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

There was a very popular movie in our times… here I am considering the period of the late 70s when many of the followers of this blog were in high school or just out of school… no offence meant to the others in the blog. i know for a fact that even they would have enjoyed the movie I am talking of. ? It had one lovely song after another.
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