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This article is written by Mahesh Mamadapur, 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.

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4913 Post No. : 16733

There have been two excellent reviews of 83 film which was released recently on 24 December 2021. As such there is not much to add to the review per se. But then the event itself is engraved in golden moments and letters in the annals of sporting history of our country. Well, there always was hockey in which we ruled the roost in those days. People had little doubts in their minds on the continued dominance of West Indies which had already won the first as well as the second world cup in 1975 and 79 respectively. Dark horses India created history by upsetting West Indies in the finals by successfully defending a modest score of 183 runs, a record which stands tall to this day.

Apart from songs and films, railways and cricket (of bygone era) remain amongst the favourite topics on the blog. So, when Avinash ji posted his euphoric post on having watched the film 83 first day first show, there was lot of buzz on our WhatsApp group and its was rather decided that whosoever watches the film should make attempts to write a post on the experiences of not only the film or the event but their own expectations, memories etc.

Well, I am here with my post and would request whatapp group members to ignore reading the next one-line para for obvious reasons and the cliché for which I have become rather infamous. 🙂

I was all but 9 in 1983, having born in Feb’74.

Thus, I knew about India having won the 1983-world cup only a few years later. [Sachin Tendulkar at 10 in the movie is seen dancing in the streets (on someone’s shoulders)]. As such, this post of mine could be some sort of damp squib for keen readers. To add to the misery of writing this post, I am not an avid follower of cricket or for that matter any sport. But, whenever India plays, I always follow up with keen interest. For the said reasons, I am yet to see a full IPL match and can say with enough conviction that I will never ever watch such a match. Further, I have almost completely stopped watching television and my TV table is now occupied by various indoor plants, a new hoppy which I have recently cultivated. Above the TV, creepers such as money plants and broken heart are scaling up the wall to reach the slab. 🙂

However, I have been following follow-up stories of 1983 world cup with all interests. I could completely understand what Kapil Dev’s unbeaten innings of 175 meant for the team, tournament and our country as a whole. With the advent of internet, I have visited web sites pertaining to cricket world cup several times and tried the understand the circumstances under which India went on to upset the two-time defending champions. A perfect example of dark horses turning out to be derby winners. A day after the match, London Times, a British newspaper apparently had the headline “Kapil’s men turn world upside down” on its front page.

With whatever little I have watched on cricket, Kris Srikkanth has been one of my favourite cricketers. In my opinion, he remains one of the few players who played mainly for the crowds. He successfully faced some of the most lethal fast bowlers of different teams.

I remember reading an article in India Today magazine wherein there was a beautiful article entirely dedicated to him. I had been searching for this article published in March 1987 all these years and with renewed interest, I happened to get hold of it in the magazines’ s archives articles. I would recommend readers to spare time to read the article. There have been many a great Indian cricket player over the years. But, the style, controlled aggression, antics on field etc, no one can match the peerless Kris Srikkanth.

Ball racing to the boundary like a bullet was the hallmark of his batting. For every ball that he faced it was always the viewers and not Kris Srikkanth who were afraid that the ball would end up disturbing the furniture behind. He long walks away from the crease towards square-leg umpire, frequent twisting of his nose, closing of his eyes in a flutter, the cursory glance at the skies as if he was reporting to someone after each ball, the meticulous and fast curling of the bat, his legs positioned wide apart on the crease while batting etc. will remain etched in active memories of avid lovers of the game.

Coming back to 1983, but remaining with Kris Srikkanth and his batting style, I am always happy of the fact that with a regal 38 he was the highest scorer of the finals in spite of a few towering batsmen on the opposite camp. Viv Richards scored 33 and that was the second highest individual score in the final.

With all such fond memories, the viewing of the film was for me like travelling back in a time machine. My wife along with my daughter studying II PU are now placed at D.K. Friday 24, the release date of the film, they ended up at U.K. on an unexpected, unplanned and a totally unscheduled visit. My wife has played this pleasant prank on me a couple of times and so even though it was quite surprising, it took just a nano second for me to realise that, yes, they were here for a visit.

On Saturday, 25 Dec, my daughter started this slow and silent campaign that we ought to watch a movie in the only (non-ac) theatre in this town. I do not even bother to follow up which movie plays as I do not go to theatres often. But in this case and to my inner delight it was 83 of all the films that was being screened on that day. And seeing that my daughter was killing time brooding and surfing net for tickets, story etc. I decided that the movie had to be watched anyhow. And so, I saw the film along with my daughter.

Watching films in movie theatres with my wife needs a special mention here. I was placed in Mumbai when I got married in 2003. (Yes, in 3 years, I will be slaying the seven-year itch for the third consecutive time)  🙂

Instead of watching some junk Hindi or Hollywood movie, I thought I would begin my married-life-film-watching-experiences-with-spouse by watching a scientific documentary in the newly opened world’s largest IMAX dome theatre at Bhakti Park, Wadala. My Monorail site was hardly half a km away from the theatre though my residence was far away.

I later realised that my excitement of watching a documentary in a dome theatre was wholly a one-way traffic. Having a keen interest in astronomy, I got rivetted to the documentary show on stars, planets and galaxies. Being a dome theatre, the seats were obviously push back as well as quite reclining on which my wife comfortably dozed off for the entire show. On completion of the show of which I was totally absorbed in, I asked my wife if she had enjoyed the show. She had a brutal reply that she had dozed off from the word go. I realised that we both were travelling in the vastness of space while the documentary was being screened. The only difference was that I had my eyes wide open.  🙂

Thus, being the experience (there were a few more), my wife decided to stay put at home for some house-hold chores and I accompanied my daughter for the 83 show.
The description of the movie has been amply presented in the two posts posted and will be elaborated more when others write in. And so, I will have limited non-chronological bullet-wise observations on the film.

• The film aptly starts with the now legendary catch taken by Kapil Dev dismissing a batsman who could have easily denied India the Cup. Viv Richards. As the ball tends to safely fall into the hands of Kapil Dev, the titles begin, and the movie starts.

• Ranveer Singh has gotten into the skin of the character he plays that of captain Kapil Dev himself. Many a times, his dialogue delivery is simply impeccable. Hats off to him for his efforts in portraying the role with such similarity.

• Kris Srikkanth remains what he has been to the team during their hey days and during the various film promos and stories told on TV earlier too, a complete entertainer.

• The film has tried to keep the aura of those days alive by displaying the runs scored, nature of batsman getting out etc. I only wish, they had more such displays and retained them for a bit longer time than shown in the movie.

• The mood of the nation, prior, during and after the tournament has been captured well.

• The unbeaten knock of 175 by Kapil Dev against Zimbabwe in a do or die match as well as that of the tournament should have been covered in more detail especially since the actual recording and telecast never happened.

• The rotating of the antenna by Indian public with TV sets for better reception brought back fond memories.  🙂

• The premonition of players and other officials remaining still in their positions in the pavilion when the batsman was in good flow is to be seen to be believed and appreciated.

• Kapil Dev pep talk in the dressing room should have been more elaborate and frequent even if they were in Hindi. It has been shown as if he hardly spoke which I feel could not have been the case.

• Kapil Dev’s encouragement talk to his players during the innings break that West Indies team have to still make the “paltry” 183 runs and we will not allow them to achieve it easily is quite emotional and superb.

• PR Man Singh, the Indian manager who accompanied the team to the tournament has been played quite well by Pankaj Tripathi of Mirzapur TV series fame. Given the time space he occupies in the film, Pankaj Tripathi had done full justice to the role. I understand he went to stay with the real Man Singh for a few days in Hyderabad to prepare himself for the role. Much appreciated.

• Wamiqa Gabbi plays Madan Lal’s wife. Why am I mentioning this? I really donno.  🙂  So, (Don’t) keep guessing.

The detailed wiki page of the film has a soundtrack length of about 54 minutes. For obvious reasons, there is no playback as far as songs are concerned. For many in this blog self included the names of present lyricists, singers, composers etc. are all Greek and Latin. Our Avinash ji offered me to send lyrics of any song that I could pick up in the film. That indeed would have made my task a lot easier and I thank him for the outreach.

However, surfing the net whilst writing the post, I came across a very apt song for the occasion. On 17 August 1983 Lata Mangeshkar apparently performed live in a concert in Delhi to facilitate and also raise funds for the winning team on their spectacular victory in the Cricket World Cup tournament.

Joining her in chorus were Nitin Mukesh, Suresh Wadkar and even members of the team including the captain himself. The song for the special occasion was written by renowned lyricist Indeewar and the tune composed by Hridaynath Mangeshkar. It gives me immense pleasure to bring forth this special song to the readers of the blog.

I would also like to reproduce a snap taken during the Cup award ceremony with Indians occupying the entire ground at Lord’s. It amply showcased the euphoric mood of our nation on winning the world cup in 1983.

Lastly, I would like to end the post with my strong conviction that it’s never too late to honour Kapil Dev with the Bharat Ratna for what he has achieved for our country.
Jai Hind.

Concert song sung on 17 August 1983.


Song-Bharat vishv Vijeta apna Bharat vishv vijeta (Patriotic NFS)(1983) Singers-Lata, Nitin Mukesh, Suresh Wadkar, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Hridaynath Mangeshkar

Lyrics

Bharat Vishv vijeta apna
Bharat Vishv vijeta
Bharat Vishv vijeta apna
Bharat Vishv vijeta
sang hai vishv vijeta apna
sang hai vishv vijeta
sang hai vishv vijeta apna
sang hai vishv vijeta
har ek disha mein vijay miley hamen
iska bal hai deta
har ek disha mein vijay miley hamen
iska bal hai deta
Bharat Vishv vijeta apna
Bharat Vishv vijeta
Bharat Vishv vijeta apna
Bharat Vishv vijeta

ek taraf Bharat ke khilaadi
ek taraf thha saara jahaan
ek taraf Bharat ke khilaadi
ek taraf thha saara jahaan
jahaan ekta wahaan safalta
jahaan manobal vijay wahaan
jahaan ekta wahaan safalta
jahaan manobal vijay wahaan
khele apne khilaadi yoon
thha kaun jo takkar leta
khele apne khilaadi yoon
thha kaun jo takkar leta
Bharat Vishv vijeta apna
Bharat Vishv vijeta
Bharat Vishv vijeta apna
Bharat Vishv vijeta
sang hai vishv vijeta apna
sang hai vishv vijeta
sang hai vishv vijeta apna
sang hai vishv vijeta

khel ki duniya mein Bharat ne
likha hai itihaas naya
khel ki duniya mein Bharat ne
likha hai itihaas naya
jeet sada kaayam rakhne ko
jaga hai vishwaas naya
jeet sada kaayam rakhne ko
jaga hai vishwaas naya
yahi haathh laye hain vijay ye
yahi to Bhaagy praneta
yahi haathh laye hain vijay ye
yahi to Bhaagy praneta
Bharat Vishv vijeta apna
Bharat Vishv vijeta
Bharat Vishv vijeta apna
Bharat Vishv vijeta
sang hai vishv vijeta apna
sang hai vishv vijeta
sang hai vishv vijeta apna
sang hai vishv vijeta

vande maatram, vande maatram, vande maatram
vande maatram, vande maatram, vande maatram
vande maatram, vande maatram, vande maatram
vande maatram, vande maatram, vande maatram

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Devnagri script lyrics
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भारत विश्व विजेता अपना,
भारत विश्व विजेता,
भारत विश्व विजेता अपना,
भारत विश्व विजेता |
संग है विश्व विजेता अपना,
संग है विश्व विजेता,
संग है विश्व विजेता अपना,
संग है विश्व विजेता |
हरेक दिशा में विजय मिले हमें,
इसका बल है देता,
हरेक दिशा में विजय मिले हमें,
इसका बल है देता |
भारत विश्व विजेता अपना,
भारत विश्व विजेता,
भारत विश्व विजेता अपना,
भारत विश्व विजेता |

एक तरफ भारत के खिलाडी,
एक तरफ था सारा जहाँ,
एक तरफ भारत के खिलाडी,
एक तरफ था सारा जहाँ |
जहां एकता, वहां सफलता,
जहां मनोबल, विजय वहां |
जहां एकता, वहां सफलता,
जहां मनोबल, विजय वहां |
खेले अपने खिलाडी यूं,
था कौन जो टक्कर लेता?
खेले अपने खिलाडी यूं,
था कौन जो टक्कर लेता?
भारत विश्व विजेता अपना,
भारत विश्व विजेता,
भारत विश्व विजेता अपना,
भारत विश्व विजेता |
संग है विश्व विजेता अपना,
संग है विश्व विजेता,
संग है विश्व विजेता अपना,
संग है विश्व विजेता |

खेल की दुनिया में भारत ने लिखा है इतिहास नया,
खेल की दुनिया में भारत ने लिखा है इतिहास नया,
जीत सदा कायम रखने को जगा है विश्वास नया |
जीत सदा कायम रखने को जगा है विश्वास नया |
यही हाथ लाए है विजय ये, यही तो भाग्य प्रणेता,
यही हाथ लाए है विजय ये, यही तो भाग्य प्रणेता |
भारत विश्व विजेता अपना, भारत विश्व विजेता,
भारत विश्व विजेता अपना, भारत विश्व विजेता |
संग है विश्व विजेता अपना, संग है विश्व विजेता,

वंदे मातरम, वंदे मातरम. वंदे मातरम |
वंदे मातरम, वंदे मातरम. वंदे मातरम |
वंदे मातरम, वंदे मातरम. वंदे मातरम |
वंदे मातरम, वंदे मातरम. वंदे मातरम |


This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, 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 :

4904 Post No. : 16711 Movie Count :

4550

Hullo Atuldom

21st December 1963 is the date of birth of Shri Govind Arun Ahuja, so that means he steps into the 59th year of his life on 21st December 2021. Govind Arun Ahuja is the son of former actor Arun Kumar Ahuja and singer-actress Nirmala Devi. We all know Govind Arun Ahuja as Govinda, he is the youngest of six children. Many members of his family- niece and nephews- are also into acting as also his daughter Tina.

He saw the Mithun starrer “Disco Dancer” and practiced dancing for hours, made a promotional VHS cassette and circulated it to various production houses in a bid to make in-roads into Bollywood. Anand Singh; who played Amol Palekar’s friend in ‘Gol Maal’ and was the person who mouths the dialogue ‘aao aao mere late lateef’ in the football match scene; was an assistant to Hrishikesh Muherjee; is Govinda’s mama. He is the one who offered him “Tan-Badan” where he was cast opposite Khushboo (who later became a superstar/actor in South Indian films). Around the same year, he also signed up for “Love ’86” and “Ilzaam”. Eventually, “Love ’86” was his first release, followed by “Ilzaam” and then “Tan-Badan”. Of these, “Love ’86” and “Ilzaam” were super successful.

That was the period when the super actors of yesteryears viz.- Raj Kumar, Dilip Kumar, Jeetendra, Dharmendra, Ashok Kumar, Pran, Rajesh Khanna, Vinod Khanna etc.- were on their second innings of their career, meaning playing senior characters. Govinda has played second lead and other such characters in movies with these seniors. That was the way his journey in Bollywood started. He has completed 35 years in the entertainment industry. He has been a hero to actresses like Khushboo, Farha, Mandakini, Neelam, Karisma Kapoor, Kimi Katkar, Madhuri Dixit, Juhi Chawla, Meenakshi Seshadri, even Sridevi played his romantic interest in two movies. Any post on Govinda is incomplete without the mention of David Dhawan (who gave him a series of hits with the ‘No.1’ tag), Kadar Khan, Shakti Kapoor and Johnny Lever- constants in all Govinda films of the ’90s.

Kishore Kumar was very much present around the time that Govinda made his debut and today we are having a Kishore Kumar Asha Bhonsle – a hit jodi- duet on another hit Jodi- Govinda and Neelam. It is from the 1988 release “Hatya” which was directed by Kirti Kumar (Govinda’s brother). The songs of the movie were written by Indeevar and tuned by Bappi Lahirri. It had a cast of Anupam Kher, Raj Kiran, Om Shivpuri, Johnny Lever, Babu Anthony (a tall, lanky & good looking actor of south Indian films who hasd a great physique too), Aparajitha etc along with Baby Sujitha who played a deaf and mute child around whom the story revolves. It was a remake of a Malayalam movie that was originally directed by Fazil who also wrote the movie in for Hindi along with Kadar Khan. The deaf and mute boy , who is a witness to the brutal murder of his mother, is found by Govinda (Sagar) who makes an effort to locate his parents. Sagar gets into trouble with the cops who think that he is the culprit of the child’s mother. After a few twists and turns the real culprit is apprehended and Sagar gets to walk into the sunset with the little boy’s maasi (Sapna a.k.a. Neelam).

I have seen the Tamil, Malayalam as well as the Hindi versions, a very engrossing movie IMO.

Happy Birthday Govinda…


Song-Aap ko agar zaroorat hai (Hatya)(1988) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Bappi Lahiri
Both

Lyrics

aap ko agar zaroorat hai
ho ho
ha ha
dil mera haazir e khidmat hai
take take take take
gar gar gar
aap ko agar zaroorat hai
hmm hmm
haan haan
dil mera haazir e khidmat hai
take take take
take take take
kaho kya cheez mohabbat hai
kamzori ya taaqat hai

jisaka naam mohabbat hai
sabse badi woh taaqat hai
aap ko agar zaroorat hai
haan haan
ho ho
dil mera haazir e khidmat hai
take take take
take take take
take take take
take take take

hum toh aap ke paas hain
phir kyun aap udaas hain

kitne hi hon dil mein gham
muskaane se hote hain kam
hona hai woh hona hai
phir kaahe ka rona hai

ho
kitne hi hon dil mein gham
muskaane se hote hain kam
hona hai woh hona hai
phir kaahe ka rona hai
smile smile smile

hahahaha
smile smile smile
smile smile smile

hahahahaha
smile smile smile
aap ko agar zaroorat hai
haan haan
ho ho
dil mera haazir e khidmat hai
take take take
take take take

aa aa aa aa
la la la
laalaa laa

duniya ke aage jhukna kya
aji pyaar ki raahon mein rukna kya

dheere dheere chalen agar
taai kar paaoge kaise safar
laakhon armaan waqt hai kam
tez karo chaahat ke kadam

dheere dheere chalen agar
tai kar paaoge kaise safar
laakhon armaan waqt hai kam
tez karo chaahat ke kadam
run run run
run run run
run run run
run run run
aap ko agar zaroorat hai
hmm hmm
haan haan
dil mera haazir e khidmat hai
take take take
kaho kya cheez mohabbat hai
kamzori ya taaqat hai

jiska naam mohabbat hai
sabse badi woh taaqat hai
aap ko agar zaroorat hai
hmm hmm
ho ho
dil mera haazir e khidmat hai

love love love
love love love


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4864 Post No. : 16655

“Ahsaas”(1979) was directed by S K Suri for Sippy Films, Bombay. This movie had Dina, Parwez, Rakesh Bedi, Kiran Vairaaale, Sahil, Reetarani Kaul, Chaand Usmani, Leela Mishra, Sundar, Mohan Sherry, Asha Potdar, Arun Desai, Deepak, Raj, Sanjay Kaushik, Ashok junior, K S Deshpande, Dinanath etc. The movie had special appearances by Shammi Kapoor, Shashi Kapoor, Amitabh Bachchan, Parveen Babi, Simmi, Bindu, Simple Kapadia and Amjad Khan.

This movie, a “quickie” movie between “Sholay” (1975) and “Shaan” (1980) was made with unknown names. This “A” certificate movie, which was publicised on the strength of its special appearance artists viz Amitabh Bachchan, Parveen Babi etc failed at the box office.

I was one of those people who had watched this movie first day first show when it was released in Ranchi (bunking college in the process) and I was duly disappointed.

I disliked the movie and also its songs.

Many decades later, I began to find the songs of this movie to be hummable.

The movie had six songs in it.

Five songs have been covered in the blog so far :-

Song Date
Sapnon ke shahar ham banaayenge ghar 22 May 2009
Kitne Raanjhe tujhe dekhkar bairaagi ban gaye 26 February 2010
Kuchh khone ko dil karta hai 17 August 2012
Roothho na roothho na 7 August 2018
Jo na chhote hain na bade 26 February 2020

Here is the sixth and final song from “Ahsaas”(1979) to appear in the blog. The movie opens with this song. It is sung by Kishore Kumar and Shailendra Singh. Indeewar is the lyricist. Music is composed by Bappi Lahiri. The song is picturised on Parvez and Rakesh Bedi who are seen riding motorbikes, trying to ape Amitabh Bachchan’s motor bike riding song in “Muqaddar Ka Sikandar”(1978) – Rote huye aate hain sab hanstaa huaa jo jaayegaa . These two non stars looked ridiculous to me in this picturisation.

Now , more than four decades later, I have grudgingly begun to like this song, not for its picturisation but for its singing. The upstart hero Parvez had the rare privilege of lip syncing in the voice of Kishore Kumar in this movie including in this song. Rakesh Bedi, who played Hero’s side kick, got to lip sync in the voice of Shailendra Singh.

With this song, all the six songs of “Ahsaas”(1979) have been covered in the blog and the movie joins the list of movies that have been YIPPEED in the blog.

Audio

Video

Song-Saara zamaana chhod chale (Ahsaas)(1979) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Shailendra Singh, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Bappi Lahiri
Both

Lyrics

ho
ho ho ho ho
ho ho ho ho
ho ho ho ho o

saara zamaana chhod chale
duniya ki rasmein tod chale
saara zamaana chhod chale
duniya ki rasmein tod chale
dil ho jahaan
pyaar ho jahaan
us duniya ki oar chale

saara zamaana chhod chale
hey duniya ki rasmein tod chale

himmat bhi hai
raftaar bhi
khatron se hai humen pyaar bhi
ho ho
ho ho
ho ho
himmat bhi hai raftar bhi
khatron se hai humen pyaar bhi
aage hain hum peechhe jahaan

har mod pe hai naya imtihaan
saara zamaana chhod chale
duniya ki rasmein tod chale
dil ho jahaan pyaar ho jahaan
us duniya ki oar chale

saara zamaana chhod chale
hey duniya ki rasmein tod chale

angoor se honthon waali
haaye
sindoor se gaalon waali
haaye haaye
hey hey hey hey hey
haa haa haa

angoor se honthon waali
sindoor se gaalon waali

jis din koi bha jaayenge
duniya pe hum chha jaayenge
saara zamaana chhod chale
duniya ki rasmein tod chale
dil ho jahaan
pyaar ho jahaan
us duniya ki oar chale

saara zamaana chhod chale
hey duniya ki rasmein tod chale
ho
ho ho ho ho
ho ho ho ho
ho ho ho ho o
ho
ho ho ho ho
ho ho ho o
ho ho ho ho ho


This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, 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 :

4861 Post No. : 16652

Hullo Atuldom

Hope all are fine after a week of festivities and excitement. This morning I got a smart message on WhatsApp: “Tyohaar ke baad ghar mein Lakshmiji aaye na aaye, shareer mein Ganeshji zaroor aa jaate hai”- I am sure, many are facing this syndrome as well as a lot of lethargy after the bout of eating sweets and savouries. So, we are going to have a song that will compel us to wear our dancing shoes, shake a leg etc. This should help to shake away the extras that have gathered in our system, in this last week.

The song is from the opening years of the ’80s when songs with Disco music was a rage. Songs from “Karz” (1980) music by Laxmi-Pyare, “Qurbani” (1980) music by Kalyanji Anandji (remember ‘Aap Jaisa Koi’), “Yaarana” (1981) music by Rajesh Roshan, and a few more movies were already popular. Bappi Lahiri, who was associated with movies like “Aap Ki Khaatir” (1977), “Aangan Ki Kali” (1979), “Ahsaas” (1979, having one disco based song roothho na roothho na) and “Agreement” (1980) and many more successful albums came up with songs of different genres in “Armaan” (1981).

There were the philosophical songs jeewan mitaanhai deewaanapana and ‘saare jahan ki amaanat hai yeh’; as well as a few romantic and folksy songs. And then there were songs with Goan musical beats which were a must-play in all the discotheques of that period. “Rambha ho ho ho” with Usha Uthup singing for both the ladies – Kalpana Iyer and Prema Narayan, and “Aah meri jaisi haseena ka dil” which was sung by Sharon Prabhakar and Bappi Lahiri– two songs which have not been forgotten till date, at least by fans who were teenagers then.

8th November was the 74th birthday of the singer with a unique voice quality- Usha Uthup. And she has made a place for herself in the hearts of film music lovers all over the world, from the first time she was heard in “Hare Rama Hare Krishna” in 1971. That makes it fifty long years in public eye. She may not be in a position to say that she has 100s and 1000s of songs to her name; but then that was because of her different voice which may not have suited the kind of songs emoted by the female leads of our movies. But the kind of songs that she has rendered cannot be sung by anyone else. She can sing in 16 different languages and has also had screen time in a few movies. The longest being in a Malayalam movie where she played mother to Mammoothy. She was also seen in ‘Bombay To Goa’, ‘Hattrick’ etc. in song situations. Wishing this hyper-energetic lady who dazzles her stage shows and public appearances in her grand sarees, bangled wrists and brilliant Bindis –all health and happiness forever.

This song written by Indeevar has Deepak Parasher, Shakti Kapoor, Shammi Kapoor and Prema Narayan and Kalpana Iyer partaking in the Goan Carnival fest.
Let us also enjoy the song

Audio

Video

Song-Rabha ho ho ho ho sambha ho ho ho ho(Armaan)(1981) Singer-Usha Uthup, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Bappi Lahiri

Lyrics

ru ru ru ru
ru ru ru ru
ru ru ru ru

rambha ho ho ho ho
sambha ho ho ho ho
rambha ho ho ho ho
sambha ho ho ho ho

main naachoon tum naacho
jitani tum pyar se ji loge utni hi zindagi
rambha ho ho ho ho
sambha ho ho ho ho

main naachoon
tum naacho
jitni tum pyaar se jiyoge
utni hi zindagi
rambha ho ho ho ho
sambha ho ho ho ho

hey hey hey hey
hey hey hey hey
hey hey hey hey

ho ho
tu mera
jaaneman jaaneman
main teri mahbooba
o o
muskura muskura raahon mein tu
kyun dooba kyun dooba
living
we ?? living
dancing
yeah year dancing
viva
rambha ho ho ho ho
sambha ho ho ho ho

main naachoon
tum naacho
jitni tum pyaar se jee loge utni hi zindagi
rambha ho ho ho ho
sambha ho ho ho ho

o o o o
duniya mein logon ke mele ye
aayenge jaayenge
ho o o
yaaron se milke hum jhoomenge jhoomenge gaayenge
shining
stars are shining
singing
yeah yeah singing
o ho viva
o o o
rambha ho ho ho ho
rambha ho ho ho ho

main naachoon
tum naacho
jitni tum pyaar se jee loge utni hi zindagi
rambha ho ho ho ho
sambha ho ho ho ho

rambha ho ho ho ho
sambha ho ho ho ho

rambha ho ho ho ho
sambha ho ho ho ho

rambha ho ho ho ho
sambha ho ho ho ho

rambha ho ho ho ho
sambha ho ho ho ho


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 :

4825 Post No. : 16604

Today’s song is from the ‘1973’ movie ‘Samjhauta’. This movie had five songs already p0sted on the blog and it has been waiting for its final song since 17.07.2021, when the last song of this movie was posted.

The remaining song of this movie was already sent by our dear Prakash ji. I was about to send it with regular details to Atul ji so that we can ‘Yippeeee’ this movie.

However, when I listened to the song, its lyrics triggered some thoughts and what follows below are some real-life situations that I came across and the thoughts that came to my mind.

***
#Flashback-1, Year 2010#

Let me tell you one incidence. One fine day I was coming back, after finishing my work at the Bank at its Mundra (Kachchh) Port Branch. I was driving and on the way to my home in Mundra.

On the way there was a young lad waiving for lift. I give him lift and drive to Mundra. On reaching his destination he got off from the car and said thanks. I just enquired about him and came to know that he had finished his diploma in Mech Engineering just few months back and he was looking for a job.

He came from MP to his relatives at Mundra for job prospectus in their organisation, but that organisation did not oblige relatives of employees for job, so he was looking for other prospects.

The organisation where I was working were looking for candidates for my department i.e., Stores. So, I asked this guy to send his CV so that I can call him for an interview with the recruitment committee members.

However, there were some changes in the recruitment plans at our organisation, so it was all cancelled for then.

This guy later left Mundra to his hometown in MP and later I came to know that he got a job in a company having their works at Nagpur.

I was happy to know this.

During this period this guy was always in touch with me, as we share the same interests i.e., reading and writing.

***

I had in one of my post have mentioned how I started my professional journey and how people and my seniors helped me to become what I am today.
I will always be grateful to them for giving me the opportunity to learn and grow.

Yes, some people like me are lucky enough to get ‘right push’ whereas many like me may be deprived of opportunities or that just one chance to prove themselves, and they might have been lost permanently in oblivion. After all it is a game of luck first and your hard work later, but combination of both always.

Inheriting the generousness from my parents and other generous people who helped me, it was very natural for me to help people as and when possible, given the resources I had.

The exposure I got at the workplace was also in favour as I got to be in ‘decision-making’ positions in all my professional life except the earlier few years. After that most of the time I was as an in-charge of something or other or Head of the Department for my function (in middle management layer).
Simultaneously with working I had joined learning through distance education mode. I was also attending many behavioural and functional trainings on my own. Sometimes these would be sponsored by my employer too. This all helped a lot in the growth of me professionally, personally, and functionally.

As usual for the position of a departmental head people always keep approaching for employment either for their near and dear ones, or distant relatives or friends and their relatives. Given my nature I always tried to help and give opportunity to people coming to me irrespective of their caste, creed, religion, and region.

I always tried to select people on the merit basis and those who are ready to work hard.
Since I had myself already gone through a tough route, I expect others to put that much of effort to gain the knowledge of the subject at work. Also, I wanted to ensure that no injustice is done to anybody.

Secondly, I was very much interested in training the new recruits, explaining them the processes and the needs of complying with the standards, by arranging various training programs for them.
I always enjoyed the joy of training somebody and imparting the training on functional as well as behavioural and the management standards. I was always ready to share whatever I know about anything.

I also wanted the boys to give their 100% percent and enjoy the work. Keep trying, learn new things and share all that I give to them. And so that simultaneously they can grow in their personal and professional life. (I must mention here that all of them who worked under me keep in touch with me even after my leaving the organisation and they fondly remember me. )

Sometimes I may have been more possessive for something, but whatever I had done was to achieve excellence in the function and to reduce the response time by giving prompt service to our customers – either internal or external.

During this process I was also exploring my ‘purpose’ of life. I want to realise what my true potential was. I meet my motivational guru Late Shri. Rooshikumar Pandya around this time in 2010.

My morale was very high during those days and I had also joined a new organisation as a ‘Manager’. I had also taken membership and later become a life member of AMA & QCFI in the quest of learning more. I was all enjoying this with my work.

It was then when I had got published my daughter’s poem when she was studying in VIIth standard only.
So overall I was just moving upward in all spheres of life.

***

#Flashback -2, Year 2015 …

I was at Nagpur and working with an engineering construction company. Before that in December’2014 I had left my job and was looking for job opportunities. I had contacted some of my close contacts – my ex-bosses – and that is how I finally landed in Nagpur.

Here I had the responsibility of maintaining supply of materials to the various sites running in different parts of the country. (It was during this period that I attended the Atulites’ gang-outs too).

Along with the responsibility at corporate office I was given an independent charge to look after our site works at Mundi (near Khandwa). We were also hiring peoples for different sites.

This guy, whom I mentioned above, who had met me at Mundra, was looking for a job. He had left the job at Nagpur, after working one year there he later joined studies for graduation in engineering. Now he had completed his studies and was looking for job opportunity.

He contacted me with a request to help him. I recommended him to my immediate senior to give him a chance.
What I was asked by my senior was how I knew this person and how he knew me?
I told the above incidence of giving lift to this person and what followed next.
(Some of my colleagues also crack jokes on me what I was doing).

How do I trust a guy whom I had meet only once and that too on the road? was the next question.

Chairman of this company was the same person who had given me a chance to work when he was my Site In charge at Parli – Vaijnath (in 1985) when I was working in construction line as a ‘storekeeper’ and had just started my journey of industrial working.

I told my senior (vice president) that we should give an opportunity to this person so that he can start earning something and shape his career further, in the same way how I was given an opportunity in the past. If I had not been given an opportunity to work in my earlier days, I would never have reached where I am today.

This person was included in the team, and he served there for almost two years. In between he was always discussing with me about his interests and each time I guided him to follow what his heart dctated. I also encouraged him as and when required.
(My guru had given us a ‘mantra’ ‘do whatever you want, but excel in whatever you do’.
This person then started uploading his ‘poetry recitation videos’ on YouTube.

Later he left the company to ‘realise his true potential’ and soon found his ‘purpose of life’. He keeps uploading his videos of ‘poem recitation’ on ‘YouTube’. Slowly his followers keep increasing on ‘YT’ and ‘Instagram’.

Meanwhile I left for Kenya for a job opportunity (where one of my ex-bosses was a director and there was a suitable opportunity suiting my profile).

***

I came back from Kenya after completing a project and I was there for almost three years.
The guy in my story is now famous as a ‘motivational speaker’, and famous for his ‘motivational poems’ and other ‘poems’ recitation’. His videos are watched and seen by many on YouTube and on Instagram.

He had also published a book of his writings.

Even today whenever we discuss he fondly remembers that day and always tells me ‘Sir, that day has changed my life forever, it is because of you whatever I have achieved today’.

***

“I quote a few lines from today’s song below

kitney hi taansen gumnaam rah gaye ae
ek mauka naa milaa to
naakaam ho gaye
tulsidas kayee hain
kayee tagore bhi yahaan
ek aap hi na samjhen
hain ghaalib aur bhi yahaan
hain laakhon kalaakaar
paarkhi ki kami hai
heerey to hain hazaar
jauhari ki kami hai

That reminded me of the following ‘sanskrit shloka’ which my guru used to quote in his training programs.

“Aamantram aksharon naasti
Naasti mulamanaushdham
Ayogya puroshoh naasti
Yojaksya tatra durlabh”

‘There is not a single letter of an alphabet out of which you cannot make a ‘mantra’,
There is not a single root of a tree out of which you cannot make a ‘medicine’,
There is not a single person who is unfit or incapable,
The one who brings out mantra from a letter of an alphabet, medicine from the root of a tree, and the best of people, those people are rare’

***

Today’s song is sung by Kishore Kumar. It is lip synced by Anil Dhawan on screen. We can also see Pradeep Kumar, Ajitesh Bannerjee, Junior artiste Maqsood, and dancer Chinoo Rajput and many others in the picturisation of this song.

“Samjhautaa-1973” was directed by Ajoy Biswas for ‘Jwala Pictures Pvt. Ltd, Bombay’.
It was produced by Sundeep Sethi.

It had Yogita Bali, Anil Dhawan, Shatrughan Sinha, Ajitesh, Pradeep Kumar, Naaz, Sulochana, Asit Sen, Sajjan, Randhir, Tarun Bose, Jankidas, Manik Dutt, Jagdish Raj, Polsan, Dilip Dutt, Madhu Apte, Samar Roy, Gautam Mukherji, Bachan Singh, Sajan, Prem Master Bunty.

This movie introduced Ajitesh Bannerjee, and Keshto Mukherjee and Bipin Gupta had a special appearance in this movie.

Story of this movie was written by Sukhen Das, whereas the screenplay and dialogues of this movie was written by Inder Raj Anand.

Editing of this movie was done by Tarun Dutta.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 31.05.1973.

This movie had six songs including one multiple version song. Lyrics for the five out of six songs were written by Indeevar (including one multiple version song) and for one song lyrics were written by Verma Malik.

Music for this movie was composed by Kalyanji-Anandji.

Here are the details of the songs of this movie.

Sno Song Title Singer Lyricist Posted On
1 Tanak tuk tandaa… aise logon ka dhandha Kishore Kumar Verma Malik 17 July 2021
2 Badi door se aaye hain pyaar ka tohfa laaye hain Mohd Rafi Indeevar 03 December 2008
3 Koi nahin hai mera Mohd Rafi Indeevar 21 November 2008
4 & 6 Samjhauta ghamon se kar lo Multiple version song Lata Mangeshkar/ Kishore Kumar Indeevar 24 July 2010
5 Saikado Kishore yahaan…na roop dekhiye na naam dekhiye Kishore Kumar Indeevar Being covered today

Let us now enjoy today’s song.

Lyrics for this song were sent by Prakash ji.

With today’s song all songs of this movie ‘Samjhauta-1973’ gets covered on the blog and this movie joins the ‘Yippeeee-club’ 😊

Audio

Video


Song-Na roop dekhiye na naam dekhiye (Samjhauta)(1973) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Indeewar MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

saikdon kishore yahaan
arrey sainkdon lata aa
bin suney chalega tumhen
kis tarah pataa aa
dil naa badhaao na sahi ee
dil to naa todo o
bekason pe zulm ke yoon
teer naa chhodo

naa roop dekhiye
naa naam dekhiye
jo dekhiye to aadmi ka kaam dekhiye
jo dekhiye to aadmi ka kaam dekhiye
naa roop dekhiye
naa naam dekhiye
jo dekhiye to aadmi ka kaam dekhiye
jo dekhiye to aadmi ka kaam dekhiye

ye puraane log
ye puraane raaste ae
ye puraane log
ye puraane raaste
maut hai puraanaapan
kalaa ke waaste
maukaa naye khoon ko
diya hi naa jaayegaa
maukaa naye khoon ko gar diya hi naa jaayegaa
kalaa mein phir nayaapan
kahaan se aa paayegaa
jo aaj hain mash’hoor oo oo oor
jo aaj hain mash’hoor
kal wo bhi thhe naye
aage kisi ne unko badhaaya to badh gaye
aage kisi ne unko
badhaaya to badh gaye
na roop dekhiye
naa naam dekhiye
jo dekhiye to aadmi ka kaam dekhiye
jo dekhiye to aadmi ka kaam dekhiye

kitney hi taansen gumnaam rah gaye ae
kitney hi taansen gumnaam rah gaye ae
ik mauka naa milaa to
naakaam rah gaye
tulsidas kayee hain
kayee tagore bhi yahaan
tulsidas kayee hain
kayee tagore bhi yahaan
ek hi aap na samjhen
hain ghaalib aur bhi yahaan
hain laakhon kalaakaar aa aa aa rr
hain laakhon kalaakaar
paarkhi ki kami hai
heerey to hain hazaar
jauhari ki kami hai
heerey to hain hazaar
jauhari ki kami hai
na roop dekhiye
naa naam dekhiye
jo dekhiye to aadmi ka kaam dekhiye
jo dekhiye to aadmi ka kaam dekhiye
na roop dekhiye
naa naam dekhiye
jo dekhiye to aadmi ka kaam dekhiye
jo dekhiye to aadmi ka kaam dekhiye

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Smaller version
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apnaa ke mujhe aapne yoon zindagi de di
khoya thha andheron mein mujhe raushni de di
yoon de ke pyaar aapne mera dil badhhaa diyaa
chhotey se ik chiraag ko sooraj banaa diyaa
hum jaise aur bhi naye aayenge kalaakaar
ummeed hai unn sabko aap denge yoon hi pyaar
ummeed hai unn sabko aap denge yoon hi pyaar

(Clapping sound)


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Blog Day :

4757 Post No. : 16500 Movie Count :

4483

Slowly, steadily, and unnoticeably, the blog reaches yet another blog century. This post is post number 16500 for the blog. In other words, this song is the 165th century post for the blog.

When I thought about writing an article to go with post, I considered going through all the previous century posts. I kept going backwards from 164th century post, 163rd century post. After ten such posts, I gave up. If someone thinks that 164 songs and 164 song articles is a small number, then please try to do that exercise yourself. If one has to make a playlist of these century songs, the entire playlist will play for more than eight hours !

If that is the case for 164 of the choicest songs in the blog, then just imgine how many hours of music the entire blog contains. The blog has been going on at the rate of 3.5 songs a day for 4756 days. Assuming that these three and half songs a day are 12 minutes long then 12 minutes equals 0.2 hours of song every day. Multiply it with 4756. We get 951 hours of song in the blog. 951 hours means 40 days of non stop music if one plays it 24 hours a day without a break.

No normal human being will be able to do it, of course. If a normal music lover decides to savour music from the blog for just one hour a day, then he will have enough masala in the blog to last 951 days, viz 2 years and 8 months. During these 951 days, the blog would add another 195 hours of music, of course. 🙂

I think, some of our regulars have tried it. They should share their experiences with us. Since I post the articles and listen to the song myself, and that too more than once, I must have heard these songs for say 2000 hours already, but in a manner that did not burden me. Rather I must have enjoyed the experience, seeing that I am still at it, after more than 13 years.

The blog completed its 13th birthday recently, on 19 July 2021. Four articles were posted on the occasions. One was a Lata Mangeshkar yearwise songs series, which has been appearing every monday in the blog for the last 45 mondays. Other three articles, by three different regulars, were blog birthday celebration posts. My Lata Mangeshkar song series takes so much time out of me that it does not leave me time for any other article on mondays from me. That is why I could not post any special blog birthday articles. So I decisded to use this century post as century post cum belated blog birthday celebrating writeup. 🙂

As is usual now a days, our century posts are low key affairs. Our regulars do not seem to wait eagerly for them unlike in the past. Even the post writer leaves it till the last moment before he wakes up and starts to look desperately for a song appropriate for the occasion. Surprisingly, despite of such negligence, we always manage to find songs that are eminently suitable for the occasion.

Most of the blog century posts are from the golden era. The blog itself mainly covers songs from that era. But we have songs (including blog century songs) from pre golden era (before 1949) and also songs from post golden era (songs released after 1980).

It is popularly believed that the golden era of HFM was over after 1980. Even then, we continued to get some wonderful songs in HFM. Quite a few songs after 1980 have figured in the blog as blog century songs. Here are their details:

Blog post number Date (Blog day number) Song Movie (Year) Remarks
4100 30 june 2011 (1077) Aisa lage kahin door se Trishaagni (1988)
9800 1 May 2014(2113) Maine tumse kuchh nahin maanga Katha (1983)
13500 3 August 2017(3303) Ye paisa bolta hai Kaala Baazaar (1989)
15200 4 September 2019 (4065) Dil mein Mars hai Mission Mangal (2019) Newest century song in the blog
15500 27 March 2020(4270) Uljhan ho chaahe koi Chambal Ke Daaku (1982) One of the rarest songs
15600 11 May 2020 (4315) Goriya uski deewaani Aag Ka Darya (1990)
16100 15 December 2020 (4533) Hai ye kaisa nasha Chorni (1981)

One can see that as many as six songs from the decade of 1980s have figured i the blog as Blog century posts. But the newest song that has figured as the blog century post is from 2019. This song from Mission Mangal”(2019) became a century post in 2019, viz in the same year when this movie and its songs were released. That is one big surprise for most blog regulars. Even I , who presented the article, was surprised. I had myself forgoten about the fact that I had done something like this, and that too less than two years ago. 🙂

Songs that figure in the blog as blog century songs are special songs in one way or the other. And the speciality varies from one song to another.

The song under discussion is a song that was reasonably popular when the movie was released. The movie was forgotten with time and even this song seemingly went away. There are some songs, that get a second wind for some reasons and this time they become far far popular than what they were the first time round.

I can give quite a few such examples. Here are some examples:

April fool banaya(April fool) was a reasonably popular song of its time that got forgotten with time. In 1983 this song got reived when it was used in an important scene in “Andha Kaanoon”(1983).

Ek chatur naar(Padosan)(1968) was hardly popular during the first run of the movie. It is only after 1980s that this song has become an extremely popular song and it seems to have become more popular and this popularity is here to stay.

Main teri dushman dushman tu meri main naagan to sapera (Nagina) had run its course and had been forgotten. The song earned huge popularity in march 2018, thanks to reasons that had nothing to do be music and Indians. Non Indians popularised this song thanks to their childish pranks on the field of cricket. My writeup on this song described the funny episode leading to the revival of this song in this article.

The song under discussion got its second wind thanks to dance competion shows that have become popular on Indian TV. On these dance songs, ordinary folks dance on some olf Hindi film dance songs. In one episode one middle aged man, Sanjeev Sriastava (a ka Dabbu Uncle) performed dance on stage on this song alongwith his wife and took the TV audience by storm. Even Govinda, who originally danced on this song found Dabbu Uncle’s dance cute. This song was performed on screen by Govinda and Neelam. On a dance show, both of them were invited as judges. This song had earned such popularity by then that the two of then were asked to come on stage and dance on the song, three decades after they had originally danced on this song on screen. And they obliged.

And here is Dabbu uncle getting to perform with Govinda himself.

It goes without saying that this is one song that has been repopularised by an ordinary man. That is the power of an ordinar man. 🙂

The movie the song belonged to was “Khudgarz”(1987). The movie was produced and directed by Rakesh Roshan for Fimkraft, Bombay. The movie had Jeetendra, Shatrughan Sinha, Govinda, Bhanupriya, Amrita Singh, Neelam Kothari, Kadar Khan, Kiran Kumar, Saeed Jaffrey, Sudhir Dalvi,Sushma Seth, Praveen Kumar, Sangeeta Naik, Ghanshyam, Dinesh Hingoo, Satyen Kapoo, Mac Mohan, Master Javed Hyder etc in it. Rishi Kapoor and Abhi Bhattacharya had figured in guest appearances in the movie.

The movie was based on the story “Kane and Abel” penned by Jeffrey Archer without acknowedgement. Jeffrey Archer accused the maker of plagiarising his intellectual right without paying for it. It was the first time that a movie produced by Rakesh Roshan hit the jackpot at the box office. The movie was subsequently made in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Odia etc as well.

Here is this song from “Khudgarz”(1987). It is sung by Md Aziz and Sadhana Sargam. Indeewar is the lyricist. Music is composed by Rajesh Roshan.
Since it is the dance on the song that has repopularised the song, I was curous to know who was the dance master. I had to watch the movie for a few mintes, till the first song appeared on screen, accompanied by credits. According to credits Dances are choreographed by Suresh Bhatt. His assistants were Aruna and Sujata.

Here is this fantastic song. It is a song that has to be savoured by watching its video. The song, and its picturisation has earned enormous popularity on YT channels which was hardly the case a few years ago.

The movie makes its debut in the blog with this song.

With this song, the blog now had 16500 song posts in it. I take this opportunity to thank one and all whose continuous support and encouragement keeps fuelling this labour of love musical bandwagon. Like the lyrics of this song, eve for us in the blog “dil bahalta hai mera aapke (is blog pe) aa jaane se”. Keep visiting, keep commenting, and keep supporting us with your encouragement. We still have lots and lots of musical gems to discover and savour.

Audio

Video

Song-Mai se meena se na saaqi se na paimaane se(Khudgarz)(1987) Singers-Md Aziz, Sadhana Sargam, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Rajesh Roshan
Chorus

Lyrics

Mai se meena se na saaqi se
Mai se meena se na saaqi se
Na paimaane se
Dil behalta hai mera
Aapke aa jaane se
Aapke aa jaane se
Aapke aa jaane se
Aapke aa jaane se
Aapke aa jaane se
Gul se gunchon se na bulbul ke
Gul se gunchon se na bulbul ke
gungunaane se
Dil behalta hai mera
aapke aa jaane se
Aapke aa jaane se
Aapke aa jaane se
Aapke aa jaane se
Aapke aa jaane se

Khwaab mein jannat ka naqsha
Aa gaya jab saamne
ru ru ru ru ru ru
ru ru
ru ru
ru ru ru ru ru ru
ru ru

Khwaab mein jannat ka naqsha
Aa gaya jab saamne
Hooron se bhi dil na behla aa aa
Hum lage tujhe dhoondhne
Jannat ki bahaaron se na pariyon ke
Jannat ki bahaaron se na pariyon ke
muskuraane se
Dil behalta hai mera
aapke aa jaane se
Aapke aa jaane se
Aapke aa jaane se
Aapke aa jaane se
Aapke aa jaane se

Ek din main bhi gayi thhi
Jauhari bazaar mein

ru ru ru ru ru ru
ru ru
ru ru ru
ru ru ru ru ru ru
ru ru

Ek din main bhi gayi thi
Jauhari bazaar mein
Teri aankhein yaad aayin
Heeron ke bhi haar mein
Moti se na heeron se na jewar se
Moti se na heeron se na jewar se
Na kisi khazaane se
Dil behalta hai mera
aapke aa jaane se
Aapke aa jaane se
Aapke aa jaane se
Aapke aa jaane se
Aapke aa jaane se

Mai se meena se na saaqi se
Mai se meena se na saaqi se
Na paimaane se
Dil behalta hai mera
aapke aa jaane se
Aapke aa jaane se
Aapke aa jaane se
Aapke aa jaane se
Aapke aa jaane se


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Blog Day :

4752 Post No. : 16491

I am poor in remembering important dates, as I have stressed many a times. And ith passage of time, I am actually becoming more absent minded. We already have our anniversary page, hich is consulted by many music lovers, but I have not consulted it myself for quite some time. So, I come to know about important music related dates from others, who themselves may have come to know about these dates from our anniversary page ! 🙂

Today morning, I came to know that it is Mukesh’s birth anniversary. And I also noticed that as many as two Mukesh songs were covered yesterday (21 july 2021) and that took the tally of Mukesh songs in the blog to 799 !

So fate had ordained that Mukesh would complete his 800th song in the blog on his birth anniversary !

With so many Mukesh songs already covered in the blog, just a few Mukesh songs are left to be covered. One would expect that most well known Mukesh songs are already covered in the blog. And they are right. Still, there are some Mukesh songs that are so far still at large. There is one such song that readily came to my mind. I myself was surprised to note that such a well known Mukesh song was still not there in the blog.

This song is from “Dharmatma”(1975). The movie had five songs in it, including one multiple version song. The five songs were sung by five singers, namely Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar, Mahendra Kapoor, Mukesh and Kanchan. While the first three singers sang one solo song each, Mukesh and Kanchan sang two duets in the movie. Both duets were extremely popular songs of those days. The first duet, Kya khoob lagti ho badi sundar dikhti ho(Dharmatma), is already there in the blog.

Here is the second Mukesh Kanchan duet from “Dharmatma”(1975). It is picturised on Rekha and Feroz Khan. Rekha is with him, and Feroz Khan is dreaming about Hema Malini. This way, this song is similar in picturisation to the “Gora Aur Kaala”(1972) song covered in the blog yesterday. 🙂

Indeewar in the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji.

As discussed above, This song is the 800th Mukesh song in the blog. Quite an appropriate song to mark the birth anniversary of legendary singer Mukesh.

With this song, all the songs of “Dharmatma”(1975) are now covered in the blog. The movie thus joins the list of movies that have been YIPPEED in the blog.

Audio

Video

Song-Tum ne kisi se kabhi pyaar kiya hai (Dharmatma)(1975) Singer-Kanchan, Mukesh, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Kalyanji Anandji
Chorus

Lyrics

ru ru ru ru
ru ru ru ru
ru ru ru rur
ru ru ru ru

tum ne kisi se kabhi pyaar kiya hai
bolo na
tum ne kisi se kabhi pyaar kiya hai
pyaar bhara dil kisi ko diya hai
pyaar kahaan apni kismat mein
pyaar kahaan apni kismat mein
pyaar ka bas deedaar kiya hai

tum ne kisi se kabhi pyaar kiya hai
pyar bhara dil kisi ko diya hai

aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aaa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa

tum ho itne haseen ke tum par laakhon marti hongi
haan haan
laakhon marti hongi
tum ho itne jawaan, hazaaron aahen bharti hongi
haan haan
aahen bharti hongi
kis ko kaha tumne apna aa
ban ke rahe kis ka sapna aa
sapne to sapne hain aakhir
sapne to sapne hain aakhir
kis ne inhen saakaar kiya hai

tum ne kisi se kabhi pyar kiya hai
pyaar bhara dil kisi ko diya hai

aaa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aaa aa
aa aa aa aa

maine dekha haal dilon ka
dekhe do dilwaale
maine dekhe do dilwaale
ek dooje ke pyaar pe donon jaan lutaane waale ae
donon jaan lutaane waale
pyaar ka saara jahaan dushman
dekh saka na unka milan

auron ki chhodo, apni sunaao
auron ki chhodo, apni sunaao
tum ne kahaan dil haar diya hai
tum ne kisi se kabhi pyaar kiya hai
pyaar bhara dil kisi ko diya hai


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Blog Day :

4715 Post No. : 16422

Welcome all to this post. Today we are going to listen to a ‘party’ song from the movie ‘Yaadgaar-1970’.

‘Yaadgaar-1970’ was directed by S. Ram Sharma for ‘Kunal Chitra, Bombay’. It had Nutan, Manoj Kumar, Pran, Prem Chopra, Kamini Kaushal, Junior Mehmood, Madan Puri, Tiwari, Mohan Choti, Lalita Chatterjee, Asit Sen, Lakshmi Chhaya, Shammi, Man Mohan, Polsan, Jayshree, Kuljeet, Renu, Raj Kishore, Harbans Pape, Kirti Behl, Manohar, Naidu, Birbal, Hansraj, Shrinath, Mohan Shery, Dubey, Sabina, Manohar Gosvai, Kesho Rana, Brahm Bharadwaj, Sobti, Alija, Genius, Darshan M., Ravikant, Chandra, Mohan Chhotu, Narbada Shankar, Ramlal and others.

This movie had six songs written by Indeevar and Verma Malik (three songs each).
(One song ‘ik taaraa boley’ is in two parts and it is considered as two songs).

Here is the list of songs of this movie as given in HFGK Vol- IV (1961-1970),

S.No. Song Title Singer/s Posted On
01 Ik taaraa boley tun tun, kya kahe ye tumse sun sun (Part-I) Mahendra Kapoor 13.04.2009
02 Aaye jahaan bhagwaan se pahle… wo khet mein milegaa Mahendra Kapoor 13.04.2019
03 Jis ghar mein daaku chor chhupe… Ik taaraa boley tun tun (Part-II) Mahendra Kapoor 13.04.2009
04 Bahaaron ka hai melaa … phool koi mere liye bhi to ho Asha Bhonsle Being posted today
05 Boli saawan ki raat badi paawan hai raat… Hamne dekhi hai honewaali bhabhi Mahendra Kapoor, Nutan, Manhar, Jr Mehmood, Birbal 16.05.2021
06 Jis path pe chalaa us path pe mujhe aanchal to bichhaane de… mujhe saath to aane de Lata Mangeshkar 28.11.2011

Music for this film was composed by Kalyanji-Anandji.

Today’s song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and it is lip-synced on screen by young Jayshree T. In the movie this song happens at a ‘party’ (held in the name of ‘family gathering’) arranged by Prem Chopra with not so good intentions for Nutan. He tries to misbehave with Nutan.

However, it turns out that his own sister (in the movie) (I am unable to identify this actress) also has to go through the same trauma as Nutan, when actor Raj Kishore misbehaves with her. Of course, this incident takes place after the song and dance performance of Jayshree T is over and almost all members present in the party are already drunk.

So far, five songs (including one multiple version song) from this movie have been posted on the blog.

Today’s song is the sixth and final song of this movie ‘Yaadgaar-1970’ to be posted here on the blog. With this song, ‘Yippeeee’ moment for this movie arrives today.

Let us now listen to today’s song.

Lyrics are by Indeevar, and music is composed by Kalyanji-Anandji.

Video

Audio

Song-Bahaaron ka hai mela hai mera dil akela (Yaadgaar)(1970) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

laa laa laa aa aa
laa laa laa laa laa aa
laa laa
ho o o

bahaaron ka hai melaa
hai mera dil akela
bahaaron ka hai melaa
hai mera dil akela
phool koyi ee
mere liye bhi to ho
phool koyi ee
mere liye bhi to ho
ho o
sitaaron ka hai melaa
hai mera dil akela
sitaaron ka hai melaa
hai mera dil akela
chaand koyi ee
mere liye bhi to ho
chaand koyi ee
mere liye bhi to ho
ho o

kaajal hi kaajal hai
aanchal hi aanchal hai
khushboo ke baadal hain
jaagi dilon mein umang
??? hai aapas mein
kaliyon ne bhanwaron ko
bhanwaron ne kaliyon ko
kaisa haseen ??
saaz koyi ee mere liye bhi to ho
ho o
bahaaron ka hai melaa
hai mera dil akela
bahaaron ka hai melaa
hai mera dil akela
phool koyi ee
mere liye bhi to ho
phool koyi ee
mere liye bhi to ho
ho o

la la laa
la la laa
laa laa laa laa aa

la la la la la la lalaalalaa
naghme hi naghme hain
masti hi masti hai
hamse kya ??? masti hai
aaye jo dil ke kareeb
chhalka hai maikhaanaa
nazron ka paimaana
har dil hai
deewaanaa
kaisa rahaa mera dil
jaam koyi ee mere liye bhi to ho
ho
ho o
bahaaron ka hai melaa
hai mera dil akela
bahaaron ka hai melaa
hai mera dil akela
phool koyi ee
mere liye bhi to ho
phool koyi ee
mere liye bhi to ho
ho o


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4700 Post No. : 16394 Movie Count :

4457

Yearwise discussion of Lata Mangeshkar songs in HFM: Part XXXVI: Year 1982
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In this episode, we discuss Lata Mangeshkar songs that she sang in Hindi movies released in 1982.

In 1982, 151 Hindi movies containing 775 songs were released. Lata Mangeshkar got to sing in 45 of these movies and she sang 82 songs in these movies. So Lata Mangeshkar’s voice was heard in 29.8 % of the movies released in 1982. Her voice was heard in 10.6 % of the songs appearing in the movies of 1982.

Here are the details of songs sung by Lata Mangeshkar in Hindi movies released in 1982 :-

S N Movie Music director Lata song in the blog Lata HFM songs recorded in the year Lata solo songs Male duet Female duet Other songs Lyricists
1 Aadat Se Majboor Usha Khanna 0 2 2 0 0 0 Indeevar (1) Nida Fazli (1)
2 Adhoora Aadmi R D Burman 0 3 3 0 0 0 Yogesh
3 Apna Banaa Lo Laxmikant Pyarelal 0 2 1 1 0 0 Anand Bakshi
4 Ashaanti R D Burman 1 1 0 0 1 0 Anand Bakshi
5 Baawri Khayyam 0 2 1 1 0 0 Maya Govind
6 Baazaar Khayyam 1 1 0 1 0 0 Makhdoom Mohiuddin
7 Badle Ki Aag Laxmikant Pyarelal 0 2 1 1 0 0 Verma Malik
8 Bemisaal R D Burman 2 2 1 0 0 1 Anand Bakshi
9 Bezubaan Ram Laxman 0 1 1 0 0 0 Ravindra Raval
10 Bheegi Palken Jugalkishore-Tikalraj 2 2 1 1 0 0 M G Hashmat
11 Chatpati Basu Manohari 1 1 0 1 0 0 Yogesh
12 Daawedaar Laxmikant Pyarelal 0 1 1 0 0 0 Anand Bakshi
13 Dard Ka Rishtaa R D Burman 0 1 1 0 0 0 Anand Bakshi
14 Deedaar e yaar Laxmikant Pyarelal 2 3 2 1 0 0 Amir Minaai (1) Sahir Ludhianvi (2)
15 Deshpremee Laxmikant Pyarelal 2 2 2 0 0 0 Anand Bakshi
16 Dil Aakhir Dil Hai Khayyam 1 2 1 1 0 0 Naqsh Llayalpuri (1) Nida Fazli (1)
17 Do Dishaayen Laxmikant Pyarelal 1 1 1 0 0 0 Anand Bakshi
18 Do Ustaad Bappi Lahiri 0 1 0 1 0 0 Verma Malik
19 Ghazab Laxmikant Pyarelal 1 2 1 1 0 0 Anand Bakshi
20 Gul e Bakaavali Rajesh Roshan 0 1 0 1 0 0 Indeevar
21 Hamaari Bahu Alkaa Rajesh Roshan 0 1 1 0 0 0 Yogesh
22 Jaanwar Laxmikant Pyarelal 0 1 1 0 0 0 Majrooh Sultanpuri
23 Johny I love you Rajesh Roshan 0 3 1 2 0 0 Anand Bakshi
24 Kaamchor Rajesh Roshan 3 3 0 3 0 0 Indeevar
25 Khuddaar Rajesh Roshan 2 4 0 2 0 0 Majrooh Sultanpuri
26 Log Kya Kahenge Kalyanji Anandji 0 1 0 1 0 0 Naqsh Llayalpuri
27 Mangal Pandey Anu Malik 0 1 1 0 0 0 Anjaan
28 Mehandi Rang Laayegi Laxmikant Pyarelal 0 2 2 0 0 0 Dr Hariram Acharya
29 Prem Rog Laxmikant Pyarelal 3 4 1 3 0 0 Kajal Bash (1) Pt Narendra Sharma (1) Santosh Anand (2)
30 Pyaas Bappi Lahiri 0 1 1 0 0 0 Naqsh Llayapuri
31 Raaj Mahal Kalyanji Anandji 0 2 1 1 0 0 Inderjeet Singh Tulsi (1) Verma Malik (1)
32 Samraat Laxmikant Pyarelal 0 2 1 0 0 1 Anand Bakshi
33 Sawaal Khayyam 0 2 0 2 0 0 Majrooh Sultanpuri
34 Shakti R D Burman 2 2 1 1 0 0 Anand Bakshi
35 Shrimaan Shrimati Rajesh Roshan 0 3 0 3 0 0 Majrooh Sultanpuri
36 Subah Hridaynath Mangeshkar 0 5 5 0 0 0 Pt Narendra Sharma
37 Suraag Bappi Lahiri 1 1 1 0 0 0 Kaifi Azmi
38 Swaami Dada R D Burman 2 2 0 1 0 1 Anjaan
39 Taqdeer Ka Baadshah Bappi Lahiri 0 2 2 0 0 0 Anjaan
40 Tarqeeb Bappi Lahiri 0 1 0 1 0 0 Anjaan
41 Teesri Aankh Laxmikant Pyarelal 0 1 0 1 0 0 Anand Bakshi
42 Teri Maang Sitaaron Se Bhar Doon Laxmikant Pyarelal 0 1 1 0 0 0 Anand Bakshi
43 Teri Qasam R D Burman 0 1 0 1 0 0 Anand Bakshi
44 Vidhaata Kalyanji Anandji 0 1 1 0 0 0 Anand Bakshi
45 Waqt Waqt Ki Baat Rajesh Roshan 0 2 0 2 0 0 Rajesh Roshan
Total 45 movies 12 MDs 27 82 41 37 1 3 20 lyricists

Lata Mangeshkar worked with 12 music directors and 20 lyricists in these 45 movies released in 1982. Laxmikant Pyarelal continued to be the most prolific music directors with Lata, with 576 songs in HFM with Lata Mangeshkar by the end of 1982. Shankar Jaikishan with 456 songs in the voice of Lata Mangeshkar were in the second position. Kalyanji Anandji with 301 songs and C Ramchandra with 274 songs were the next most prolific. Other top music directors for Lata Mangeshkar were R D Burman (253), Chitragupta (239), Madan Mohan (195), S D Burman (179), Roshan (144), Naushad (140), Hemant Kumar (127), Anil Biswas (120), Husnlal Bhagatram (108), Salil Chaudhary (108) and Vasant Desai (104). Together these fifteen music directors composed 3324 songs out of 4582 songs that Lata Mangeshkar had sung in Hindi movies till end of 1982. Anand Bakshi became the top lyricist with Lata Mangeshkar this year dsplacing Rajinder Krishan. The top ten lyricists till end of 1982 for Lata Mangeshkar were Anand Bakshi (564), Rajinder Krishan (554), Majrooh Sultanpuri (388), Shailendra (361), Hasrat Jaipuri (297), Prem Dhawan (201), Bharat Vyas (193), Shakeel Badayuni (189), Sahir Ludhianvi (161) and Indeewar (109). These ten lyricists had penned 3022 songs sung by Lata Mangeshkar till that time.

Lata Mangeshkar collaborated with music directors Jugalkishore-Tilakraj and Ram Laxman for the first time in movies of 1982. She also worked with Lyricists Amir Minaai, Dr Hariram Acharya, Kajalbaash, Makhdoom Mohiuddin and Ravindra Rawal for the first time in movies released this year.

Here is the summary of Lata Mangeshkar’s playback career in Hindi movies till end of 1982 :

Year Movie count Lata song in the blog Lata HFM songs recorded in the year Lata solo songs Male duet Female duet Other songs Remarks
1946 3 movies 4 4 4 0 0 0
1947 3 movies 5 5 3 1 0 1
1948 16 movies 50 50 37 6 4 3
1949 38 movies 136 157 103 35 12 7
1950 36 movies 114 143 93 32 14 4
1951 49 movies 189 223 158 52 10 3
1952 43 movies 150 177 138 31 4 4
1953 45 movies 170 195 149 35 5 6
1954 43 movies 142 172 144 23 4 1
1955 50 movies 170 218 177 30 10 1
1956 49 movies 174 204 153 35 13 3
1957 47 movies 132 160 110 38 7 5
1958 35 movies 104 132 95 25 10 1
1959 58 movies 189 211 130 68 12 1
1960 48 movies 141 166 102 50 12 1
1961 44 movies 128 152 88 55 5 4
1962 40 movies 119 129 84 40 5 0
1963 37 movies 105 111 62 38 8 3
1964 46 movies 123 133 91 31 8 3
1965 42 movies 84 91 71 17 1 2
1966 49 movies 105 133 110 14 8 1
1967 44 movies 93 106 67 38 8 3
1968 33 movies 84 84 59 19 5 1
1969 43 movies 78 97 67 27 2 1
1970 54 movies 90 130 84 39 3 4
1971 52 movies 106 126 71 52 3 0
1972 62 movies 97 151 86 60 3 2
1973 60 movies 93 138 94 37 3 4
1974 55 movies 71 104 66 33 0 5
1975 45 movies 61 90 50 35 3 2
1976 41 movies 58 97 53 39 1 4
1977 50 movies 46 96 59 27 8 2
1978 46 movies 59 90 48 34 3 5
1979 42 movies 38 66 37 25 2 3
1980 43 movies 28 71 43 21 3 4
1981 46 movies 39 88 48 34 2 4
1982 45 movies 27 82 41 37 1 3
Total upto 1982 1582 movies 3606 4582 3076 1203 199 104

It can be seen from the table of 1982 that Lata Mangeshkar sang 82 songs in 45 movies released in 1982.

27 songs sung by Lata Mangeshkar in movies of 1982 have been covered in the blog. That leaves us with 55 songs from movies of 1982 that are yet to be covered.

All Lata Mangeshkar songs from 11 movies of 1982 are already covered in the blog. So 55 Lata Mangeshkar songs from 34 movies of 1982 are still available to be discussed.

Alphabetically “Aadat Se Majboor”(1982),the very first movie of 1982 offers us a Lata Mangeshkar song to cover in the blog.

“Aadat Se Majboor”(1982) was produced by Mohan Kumar and directed by Ambrish Sangal for M K Productions, Bombay. The movie had Ranjeeta, Mithun Chakraborty,Rameshwari, Madan Puri, Om Shivpuri,Amrish Puri, Mohan Choti, Ranbir Raj, Bhagwan, C.S.Dube, Kamal Deep, Dinshaw Daji, Pappu, Baby Priya, Master Farid, Harjeet, Mrs.Jugnu, Raj Kishore, Moolchand, Anand Joshi, Jaswant, Lal Bahadur, Hajee, Chand Pardesi, Khan, Sundar Taneja, Shivram Salvi, Ram Narayan etc with special appearances by Padmini Kapila, Pearl Padamsee, Sudha Shivpuri, Dulari and Ranjan Grewal.

The movie had six songs in it. Two of them were sung by Lata Mangeshkar.

Here is one of those Lata Mangeshkar solo song from “Aadat Se Majboor”(1982). The song is penned by Indeewar. Music is composed by Usha Khanna.

The song is a multiple versio n song. It has a male version too which is sung by Shailendra Singh. Both versions are picturised on Ranjeeta and Mithun Chakraborty.

Lyrics of the song and other details were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

With this song, “Aadat Se Majboor”(1982) makes its debut in the blog.

video link of Lata version:

video link of Shailendra Singh version

Song-Raam kare ke umar qaid hamen saath saath ho jaaye (Aadat Se Majboor)(1982) Singer-Lata/Shailendra Singh, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Usha Khanna

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

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Lata Mangeshkar version
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raam karey ke
umar qaid hamein
saath saath ho jaaye ae

tujhe mujhey
tujhe mujhe mujhe tujhey
pyaar ki lag jaaye hathkadiyaan
tujhe mujhe mujhe tujhey
pyaar ki lag jaaye hathkadiyaan
sachmuch ho
yaa sapnaa ho
khushiyon ki na tootey ye ladiyaan
raam karey ke umar qaid hamein saath saath ho jaaye ae
tujhe mujhey
tujhe mujhe mujhe tujhey pyaar ki lag jaaye hathkadiyaan

laaa laaa laa
laaa laaa laa
laaaa laalaa
ho hoo oo oo hoo
aaaa aaa aaa aaaaa aaa

dekhey binaa
tujhko sanam
chain naheen dil ko o o
dil ki lagi
bann gayee
dillagi thhi jo
dekhey binaa aa aa
tujhko sanam m m
chaain nahin dil ko o o
dil ki lagi
bann gayee
dillagi thhi jo
haayye raamaa raamaa
raam kare ke umar qaid hamein saath saath ho jaaye ae
tujhe mujhey
tujhe mujhe mujhe tujhey pyaar ki lag jaaye hathkadiyaan

dil ko mere tu jo milaa
khwaab huye rangeen een
pyaar ki ye kothri
raajmahal se haseen
dil ko mere ae ae
tu jo milaa aa
khwaab huye rangeen
pyaar ki ye kothri
raajmahal se haseen
haayye raamaa raamaa
raam kare ke umar qaid hamein saath saath ho jaaye ae
tujhe mujhey
tujhe mujhe mujhe tujhey pyaar ki lag jaaye hathkadiyaan

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pehley to main ek thhi
ek se ho gayee do o
qaidi naye do aanewaaley hain
aisa lagey mujhko o
pehley to main aen ek thhi ee
ek se ho gayee do o o
qaidi naye do aanewaaley hain
aisa lagey mujhko o
haayye raamaa raamaa
raam kare ke umar qaid hamein
saath saath ho jaaye ae
tujhe mujhey
tujhe mujhe mujhe tujhey
pyaar ki lag jaaye hathkadiyaan
sachmuch ho
yaa sapnaa ho khushiyon ki na tootey ye ladiyaan
raam kare ke umar qaid hamein saath saath ho jaaye ae
tujhe mujhey
tujhe mujhe mujhe tujhey
pyaar ki lag jaaye hathkadiyaan

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Shailendra Singh version
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raam karey ke
umar qaid
hamein saath saath ho jaaye aey ae ae
tujhe mujhe mujhe tujhey pyaar ki lag jaayein hathkadiyaan
tujhe mujhe mujhe tujhey pyaar ki lag jaayein hathkadiyaan
sachmuch ho yaa sapnaa ho
khushiyon ki na tootey ye ladiyaan
raam karey ke umar qaid hamein saath saath ho jaaye ae ae ae
tujhe mujhey
tujhe mujhe mujhe tujhey pyaar ki lag jaayein hathkadiyaan

soorat teri dhoondhaa kiye
har moorat mein sanam m m
tere liye bhatkaa kiye
saarey jahaan mein hum
o o soorat teri
dhoondhaa kiye ae
har moorath mein sanam m m
tere liye bhatkaa kiye
saarey jahaan mein hum
o raamaa raamaa
raam karey ke umar qaid hamein saath saath ho jaaye aey ae
tujhe mujhey
tujhe mujhe mujhe tujhey pyaar ki lag jaayein hathkadiyaan

tere liye main banaa
mere liye banee tu u
main hoon terey tu hai mere
bachpan ki aarzooo
hey aey
tere liye main banaa
mere liye banee tu u
main hoon terey tu hai mere
bachpan ki aarzoo
o raamaa raamaa
raam karey ke umar qaid hamein saath saath ho jaaye aey aey
tujhe mujhey
tujhe mujhe mujhe tujhey pyaar ki lag jaayein hathkadiyaan
sachmuch ho yaa sapnaa ho
khushiyon ki na tootey ye ladiyaan
raam karey ke umar qaid hamein saath saath ho jaaye aey
tujhe mujhey
tujhe mujhe mujhe tujhey pyaar ki lag jaayein hathkadiyaan


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 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 :

4695 Post No. : 16383

#The Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 141 # Preet Ki Dori-1971 #

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‘Preet Ki Dori’ is  one of the lesser known films of 1971. It probably did not do well at the box office, maybe that is why the film and its music is not remembered. However it does have some very good songs.

The film was produced by Suraj Prakash Seth under the banner of KS Pictures, Bombay and presented by Krishna Kumari. It was directed by Satish Kumar. Story, dialogues and screenplay of this movie was written by R Priyadarshi. The film was edited by Kamlakar. This movie was passed by the Censor Board on 25.09.1971.

The star cast for the film includs Tanuja, Ajay Sahni (Parikshit Sahni), Bindu, Nazeer Hussain, Jeevan, Lalita Pawar, Asit Sen, Roopesh Kumar, Mohan Choti, Tuntun, Kumud, Mishrilal, Nikita, Maruti, Randhir, Santosh Kumar, Pal Sharma, Rajnath, Radheyshyam, Soni, Nazeer Kashmiri, Maqbool, Abu Bakar, Dalpat Kaka, Ajeet, N Reddi, Paul Sharma and a parrot ‘Mitthoo’.

This movie has five songs, all written by Indeewar. Music for this movie is composed by Kalyanji-Anandji. Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, and Lata Mangeshkar have given their voices to the songs in this movie. (all songs are solo songs where Asha Bhonsle and Lata Mangeshkar have two solos each and one solo song was by Kishore Kumar).

Following is the list of songs of this movie as mentioned in HFGK Vol-V (1971-1980).

S. No

Song Title

Singer/s

01

Preet ki dori tujh sang baandhi
(Posted 01.07.2019)
Lata Mangeshkar

02

O jaane naa jaane naa … dil ki baat Asha Bhonsle

03

Milaa jo hamen tera pyaar
(Posted today)
Lata Mangeshkar

04

Roop hai rang hai phool sa ang hai Asha Bhonsle

05

Milaa jo pyaar to ham pyaar ke qaabil na rahe (Posted 01.07.2009) Kishore Kumar

With this Lata song posted, all Lata Mangeshkar songs from this movie will be covered. The song is lip synced by Tanuja on screen. Parikshit Sahni is also seen in the picturization of this lovely song.

This song appears to be complementary to another song in the film. The song “Milaa Jo Pyaar To Hum Pyaar Ke Qaabil Na Rahe“, is a sad song that is sung by Kishore Kumar and is picturized on Ajay Sahni. Although I have not seen the film, it appears that the song being posted today, is from the happier times between Tanuja and Ajay Sahni (in terms of the characters they play in the film). Then maybe things do not go well, and we see Ajay Sahni in a wheelchair, lip syncing the sad song sung by KK. The words in the mukhda in both these songs are similar in part, Just a thought. I would request other readers who may have seen this film to please comment on this.

Whatever songs of this movie I have listened and watched are some nice songs however none of the songs of this movie became popular. Atul ji has also mentioned it in the first song post of this movie, that maybe because the movie flopped at the box office, so its songs had also not done well.

Let us now enjoy today’s song …

Video

Audio

Song – Mila Jo Hamen Tera Pyaar (Preet Ki Dori) (1971) Singer – Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Indeewar, MD – Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

milaa jo hamen tera pyaar
milaa jo hamen tera pyaar
ham pyaar ke kaabil ho gaye
ho gaye
milaa jo hamen tera pyaar
milaa jo hamen tera pyaar
ham pyaar ke kaabil ho gaye
ho gaye
chhooye jo tune dil ke taar
jhankaar ke kaabil ho gaye
ho gaye
milaa jo hamen tera pyaar

tu milaa to hame
khushiyon ke
khazaane miley ae ae ae
tu milaa to hame
khushiyon ke
khazaane miley ae ae ae
tu milaa to hame jeene ke
bahaane miley ae ae ae
dil badhaaya tune baar baar
sansaar ke kaabil ho gaye
ho gaye
milaa jo hamen tera pyaar
ham pyaar ke kaabil ho gaye
ho gaye
milaa jo hamen tera pyaar

teri parchhaayi bhi dil ko mere
sahaara lagey ae ae ae
teri parchhaayi bhi dil ko mere
sahaara lagey ae ae ae
beech dhaara bhi to sang tere
kinaara lagey ae ae ae
teri baahon ki hai patwaar
manjhdhaar ke kaabil ho gaye
ho gaye
milaa jo hamen tera pyaar
ham pyaar ke kaabil ho gaye
ho gaye
milaa jo hamen tera pyaar

jise paane ko tarsaa hai jeewan
wahi mil gaya aa aa aa
jise paane ko tarsaa hai jeewan
wahi mil gaya aa aa aa
tere kirnon se nainon ne chooma
man kamal khil gayaa aa aa aa
tune daaman mein bhar di bahaar
tere dwaar ke kaabil ho gaye
ho gaye
milaa jo hamen tera pyaar
ham pyaar ke kaabil ho gaye
ho gaye
chhooye jo tune dil ke taar
jhankar ke kaabil ho gaye
ho gaye
milaa jo hamen tera pyaar

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
——————————————————————————

मिला जो हमें तेरा प्यार
मिला जो हमें तेरा प्यार
हम प्यार के काबिल हो गए
हो गए
मिला जो हमें तेरा प्यार
मिला जो हमें तेरा प्यार
हम प्यार के काबिल हो गए
हो गए
छूए जो तूने दिल के तार
झंकार के काबिल हो गए
हो गए
मिला जो हमें तेरा प्यार
तू मिला तो हमें
खुशियों के
खजाने मिले ए ए ए
तू मिला तो हमें
खुशियों के
खजाने मिले ए ए ए
तू मिला तो हमें जीने के
बहाने मिले ए ए ए
दिल बढ़ाया तूने बार बार
संसार के काबिल हो गए
हो गए
मिला जो हमें तेरा प्यार
हम प्यार के काबिल हो गए
हो गए
मिला जो हमें तेरा प्यार
तेरी परछाई भी दिल को मेरे
सहारा लगे ए ए ए
तेरी परछाई भी दिल को मेरे
सहारा लगे ए ए ए
बीच धरा भी तो संग तेरे
किनारा लगे ए ए ए
तेरी बाहों कि है पतवार
मंझधार के काबिल हो गए
हो गए
मिला जो हमें तेरा प्यार
हम प्यार के काबिल हो गए
हो गए
मिला जो हमें तेरा प्यार
जिसे पाने को तरसा है जीवन
वही मिल गया आ आ आ
जिसे पाने को तरसा है जीवन
वही मिल गया आ आ आ
तेरे किरणों से नैनों ने चूमा
मन कमल खिल गया आ आ आ
तूने दामन में भर दी बहार
तेरे द्वार के काबिल हो गए
हो गए
मिला जो हमें तेरा प्यार
हम प्यार के काबिल हो गए
हो गए
छूए जो तूने दिल के तार
झंकार के काबिल हो गए
हो गए
मिला जो हमें तेरा प्यार


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