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This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, 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.

Today, May 24, 2017 is the Remembrance Day of Bulo C Rani,  the music director and the singer who left this day 24 years ago under unfortunate circumstances. A contemporary of music directors like Anil Biswas, Ghulam Haider, Naushad, C Ramchandra and Khemchand  Prakash, it is a sad commentary on Hindi film industry that Bulo C Rani could not attain the stature of these music directors. And this is despite the fact that he was associated with the Hindi film industry for over 2 decades and had churned out some immortal compositions.

I started listening to Hindi film songs on the radio as a teenager and in my younger days, the music directors like Naushad, C Ramchandra, S D Burman, Husnlal-Bhagatram, Shankar-Jaikishan, Roshan, Madan Mohan, OP Nayyar etc were familiar to me. But I had not heard of Bulo C Rani and other lesser known music directors. However,  I was very familiar with a few of the songs composed by him like Prwaanon Se Preet Seekh Len, Hamen To Loot Liya Mil Ke Husn Waalon Ne and Maangne Se Jo Maut Mil Jaati. At that time, for me, these songs and the singers were inseparable without caring to know about the lyricists and composers of the songs.

It was during early 70s when I was first exposed to the old Hindi films songs of 40s and 50s by my friend, when I heard in his house Sundarta Ke Sabhi Pujaari. In a way, this song served not only to be my introduction to the film ‘Jogan’ (1950) but also to Bulo C Rani. Over a period of time, I became familiar with his contributions to Hindi film industry as a music director. After joining this Blog, I was  pleasantly surprised to know that during his stint as a music director, he had composed  as many as 584 songs in 70 Hindi films.

Bulo C Rani (06/05/1920 – 24/05/1993) was born in Hyderabad (Sindh) in a Sindhi family. His father Chandiram was a musician who was the music director in some of the films of early 1930s. I find from the internet that three films, viz. ‘Insaan Ya Saitaan’ (1933), ‘Prem Pariksha’ (1934) and ‘Yaasmin’ (1935) have Chandiram as the music director. So the young Bulo C Rani may have got the inspiration from his father to develop his interest in the music.

Sometime in the early 40s, Bulo C Rani visited Lahore with the intention of working under Ghulam Haider who had become a household name with the runaway success of his songs in ‘Khazaanchi’ (1941). However, after finding that he has not become even assistant to Ghulam Haider,  he shifted to Bombay (Mumbai) on the advice of DN Madhok, lyricist and the then ‘king maker’ in Hindi film industry. He took Bulo C Rani to Ranjit Studios where he was got employment as assistant to Khemchand Prakash and Gyan Dutt, the main music directors of Ranjit Movietone at that time.

Bulo C Rani got the chance to compose two songs for the film ‘Paighaam’ (1943) thanks to Gyan Dutt who was the music director for the film. It was in the early 1944 that he got the independent assignments as a full-fledged music director in Ranjit Movietone’s two films ‘Pagli Duniya’ (1944) and ‘Carvaan’ (1944). Both these films were directed by Aspi Irani. There were total of 27 songs in these two films of which as many as 15 songs were sung by Amirbai Karnataki. In these two films, Bulo C Rani also sang 5 songs with a psuedo name ‘Bhola’.

And what a musical start for Bulo C Rani! In ‘Caravaan’ (1944), two songs, Sooni Padi Hai Pyaar Ki Duniya Tere Baghair sung by Amirbai Karnataki and Aankhon Mein Intezaar Ki Duniya Liye Huye sung by Zohrabai Ambalewaali became very popular. In ‘Pagli Duniya’ (1944), I like the song Dil Dard Se Bharpoor Hai Aankhon Mein Hai Paani and “Gar Hum Ko Jalaaoge Duniya Ko Jalaa Denge’, both sung by Amirbai Karnataki. Unfortunately for Bulo C Rani, despite good music, ‘Pagli Duniya’ (1944) failed miserably at the box office and ‘Caravaan’ (1944) registered only a modest success.  Additionally, in terms of public tastes,  Bulo C Rani could not match his compositions in these two films with that of songs of his boss, Khemchand Prakash in ‘Bharthari’ (1944) and ‘Bhanwara’ (1944) which were released in the same year.

In the remaining of the 1940s, Bulo C Rani had on an average 5 films per year thanks to Ranjit Movietone where he was a full time employee. By the end of 1946, both Khemchand Prakash and Gyan Dutt had turned free-lance music directors thus giving Bulo C Rani more opportunity to get the films from Ranjit Movietone. A few of the popular songs composed by him during this period were Badariya Baras Gayi Us Paar from ‘Moorti’ (1945), Jaa Parwaane Jaa Kahin Shama Jal Rahi Hai from ‘Rajputaani’ (1946), Wo Teer Kaleje Par Ik Shokh Ne Maara Hai from ‘Anjuman’ (1948) etc.

Discussion on Bulo C Rani would not be complete without ‘Jogan’ (1950) which was produced by Chandulal Shah under the banner of Ranjit Movietone. This film was finalised with Dilip Kumar and Nargis, the two prominent actors of that time as lead actors. However, the financial condition of Ranjit Movietone was so precarious that the company had money to sustain for only one month. Kidar Sharma who had already left Ranjit Movietone to produce and direct films under his own banner was approached with a request to start the shooting to complete the film in one month.

Kidar Sharma accepted the challenge and started shooting during the day time and the post production work in the night time for which he had to stay in Ranjit Studio. Bulo C Rani was entrusted with the music direction of the film with 15 songs to be composed and recorded. The film was completed in less than a month and was released. The film was a box office hit and became the 5th highest grosser at the box office for 1950. The success of the film was attributed mainly to 15 songs of which 6 songs were Meera Bai’s Bhajans. The highlight of film was that all the 15 songs became very popular. Bulo C Rani’s real recognition as a music director came with the success of these songs.

The success of ‘Jogan’ (1950) did not add value to Bulo C in terms of his musical career. In fact, during 1951, he had only one film “Pyaar Ki Baaten’ (1951) which got released. During 1950s, one of his films which was critically acclaimed for its music was ‘Bilwamangal’ (1954). My favourite songs from the film are Parwaanon Se Preet Seekh Len and Hum Ishq Ke Maaron Ko Do Dil Jo Diye Hotey.

In the greater part of 1950s, Bulo C Rani was relegated to some B grade films and in 1960s, he was getting films mostly belonging to the genre of  action/costume/fantasy/mythology.  Producers of such B and C grade films will have limited budget which prevents them, among other things, hiring the top playback singers for the music directors. During 1950 to 1966, Bulo C Rani composed nearly 300 songs of which Lata Mangeshkar and Mohammed Rafi, who had become the top playback singers, sang for him only 22 and 31 songs respectively.

During his stint with B and C grade films,  Bulo C Rani appears to have been influenced by the qawwali genre of songs and that too by Yusuf Azad/Ismail Azad. There were qawwalis in ‘Noor E Yaman’ (1956), ‘Jahaazi Lootera’ (1957), ‘Al Hilal’ (1958), ‘Black Tiger’ (1960), ‘Pedro’ (1960), ‘Room No.17’ (1961), ‘Jaadoo Mahal’ (1962), ‘Madam Zorro’ (1962) and ‘Jadoo’(1966). In ‘Son of Hatimtai’ (1965), there was qawwali sung by Rafi and Jaani Babu Qawwal.

‘Sunehre Qadam’ (1966) was Bulo C Rani’s last film after which he kept himself away from the Hindi film industry. It is said that during this period, he started teaching music to students. He also composed music for a couple of Sindhi films and some non-filmy songs.  I feel that his musical career was tied with the fate of Ranjit Movietone. The moment, Ranjit Movietone’s factory-like film production stopped, Bulo C Rani lost his comfort zone.  It was difficult for him to face the competitions from the likes of Naushad, C Ramchandra, S D Burman, Shankar-Jaikishan, OP Nayyar, Roshan, Madan Mohan etc during 1950s and 60s.

It is a well-known fact that in any vocation, not all becomes successful even if the persons have more or less the same talent. What differentiates between a successful and not so successful person is the extra punch (in today’s parlance ‘extra toppings’) the successful persons apply in their approach to work. I guess, Bulo C Rani may have lacked that extra punch in his work. Additionally, one also requires luck to be on his side for attaining the success. Luck was obviously not in favour of Bulo C Rani as he did not have good banners to support him as was the case with his compatriot music directors in the 1950s and 60s. In this context, one of the songs written by Kaif Irfani and composed by  Bulo C Rani for the film ‘Gul Sanobar’ (1953) aptly applies to him:

isse na aur lootiye
ye dil bahut gareeb hai
naseeb se main kya kahoon
naseeb to naseeb hai

Bulo C Rani was a good singer. In fact, he started his filmy career as a singer with “Roothna Pyaar Mein Karwat Ka Badal Jaana Hai’ in the film ‘Mehmaan’ (1942) under the music direction of Khemchand Prakash. By the time he became a full-fledged music director in 1944, he had already sung 14 songs in 10 films. During his entire filmy career, he sang 43 songs in 24 films. All these songs were sung under the music direction of Gyan Dutt and Khemchand Prakash in addition to his own music direction.

On the 24th Remembrance Day of Bulo C Rani, I have selected a rare ghazal from the film ‘Madhur Milan’ (1955) which I came across only a few days back. In fact, I was under the impression that I had listened to all the songs of this film as early as in early 1970s in my friend’s house. But it was not so.

The song is “Ye Chaandni, Ye Hawa, Ye Samaa Bahaaron Ka’ composed and sung by Bulo C Rani. The songwriter is Jaan Nisar Akhtar. The video of this rare song was not available on the internet. So I have made a video from mp3 clip and uploaded the same a few days back on YT. The highlight of this song is that Bulo C Rani has rendered the ghazal in a style which is the reminiscence of KL Saigal era.


Song – Ye Chaandni Ye Hawa Ye Samaa Bahaaron Ka (Madhur Milan) (1955) Singer – Bulo C Rani, Lyrics – Jaan Nisar Akhtar, MD – Bulo C Rani

Lyrics

ye chaandni
ye hawaaa aa aa
ye samaa baha..aron kaa aa
chali hai raat liye kaarwaan sitaaron kaa aa
chali hai raat

kuchh is mazey se
haan aan aan aan
kuchh is mazey se
bahi jaa rahi hai kashti e jaan
kuchh is mazey se
bahi jaa rahi hai kashti e jaan
kabhi khayaal bhi aataa nahin kinaaron kaa aa
chali hai raat

ae aeeeeee
jo tum nigaah uthaao oo
to ye fiza jaage ae ae
jo tum nigaah uthaao
to ye fiza jaage ae
abhi to naam hai jaage huye nazaaron kaa aa
chali hai raat

ye soch lo
ke mohabbat kaa kya taqaaza hai
ae ae ae
ae ae
ye soch lo
ke mohabbat kaa kya taqaaza hai
ye dekh lo
ye dekh lo ke ishaara hai kya bahaaron kaa
chali hai raat liye

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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ये चाँदनी
ये हवा॰॰आ
ये समा बहा॰॰आरों का॰॰आ
चली है रात लिए
कारवां सितारों का
चली है रात

कुछ इस मज़े से
हाँ आं आं आं
कुछ इस मज़े से
बही जा रही है कश्ती ए जान
कुछ इस मज़े से
बही जा रही है कश्ती ए जान
कभी ख्याल भी आता नहीं किनारों का
चली है रात

ए॰॰ एsss
जो तुम निगाह उठाओ॰॰ओ
तो ये फिज़ा जागे॰॰ए॰॰ए
जो तुम निगाह उठाओ
तो ये फिज़ा जागे॰॰ए
अभी तो नाम है जागे हुये नज़ारों का॰॰आ
चली है रात

ये सोच लो
के मोहब्बत का क्या तक़ाज़ा है
ए॰॰ए॰॰ए॰॰ए
ये सोच लो
के मोहब्बत का क्या तक़ाज़ा है
ये देख लो
ये देख लो के इशारा है क्या बहारों का
चली है रात लिए

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This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Lyrics

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


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.

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‘Mutthhi Bhar Chaawal-1975’ was directed by Surendra Shailaj for Satyam Shivam Sundaram Movies and was a ‘social film’. As per the information available on some of the websites this film was produced by Rakesh Chandra. The star cast of this movie includes Mallika Sarabhai, Rakesh Pande, Jayashree T, Gajanan Jagirdar, Purnima, Chandrashekhar, Lily Chakravarti, Satyen Kappu, Bramhachari, Neelu Phule, Shefali, Mirza Musharraf, Anoop Kumar, Usha, Mohammad Ali, Master Rajesh, Vivek, Jagdish Raj, Ram Bhai (debutant) and others.
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“Raagini” (1958) was an Ashok Pictures production. It was directed by Rakhan. The movie had Ashok Kumar, Kishore Kumar, Jabeen Jalil, Padmini, Nazir Hussain, Achla Sachdev etc in it.
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