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Blog Day :

4914 Post No. : 16735 Movie Count :

4555

Hullo Atuldom

Time for a yearly roundup!!!! 2021 coming to a close. 2022 just a sunrise away. Hope we have different experiences in 2022, experiences that make us glad and bring a smile to our lips which stays the whole year.

I am sure Atulji or Sudhirji or one of the other blog-contributors, who have the patience to go through the statistics etc., will give us a table of how many new movies debuted on the blog in 2021, and other related info about which date saw how many posts etc. But the best that happened this year, IMO, is the series that Atulji undertook to enlist all the movies, music directors etc that Lata Mangeshkar was associated with in her looonnngg career.

On the way out of 2021 here is a song from the 1993 release “Shatranj”. A movie that I saw at the time of its release on cable TV, before the Satellite TV Tsunami hit us. It was produced by Arun S. Thakur, directed by Aziz Sejawal, had music by Anand Milind, and Sameer was the lyricist. S P Balasubramaniam, Abhijeet, Udit Narayan, Jolly Mukherjee, Kumar Sanu, Sudesh Bhonsle, Jayshree (popular as Bombay Jayshri in classical music circles), Poornima, Sadhana Sargam (i.e. all the good singers of the 90s) were used in the movie.

Kadar Khan was the dialogue writer of the movie which begins like “Chalti ka Naam Gaadi” (CKNG) which means we have three brothers -bachelors- who are reared by the eldest brother Dharamraj (Kadar Khan), the other two brothers being Dino and Dinky (Jackie and Mithun). The eldest brother has a problem with the female gender of the populace (like Ashok Kumar in CKNG), the other two don’t have any such issues and Renu & Radha (Divya Bharaati and Juhi Chawla) are their girl friends. Then there is a female called Rosie (Jamuna who appeared in a few films in the 80s and 90s, not much is known about her) who is shown to like the elder brother Dharamraj since childhood (Sarfaraz Khan, Kadar Khan’s own son played the younger Dharamraj). The reason for Dharamraj’s problem with females is shown as his step-mother who was nasty to him and his brothers as children.

The story has the necessary villain in the character of Prajapati (Kiran Kumar) the manager to the brothers’ father’s (Vikas Anand) business and also his killer. He is cheating the brothers’s step-mother and step-brother (Shakti Kapoor) and using their business as a front for his illegal activities (what else). The brothers have some misunderstandings with Dharamraj when Renu & Radha enter their lives, which get resolved; then the hard-feelings towards the step-family also is sorted out and the cause of all the problems in their lives (Prajapati) is brought to his logical end. And then “The End”.

Oh I forgot to mention a few more tributes that the movie paid to CKNG. CKNG had ‘Mohan Garage’ here the brothers have ‘Dharam Garage’. There was a ‘car’ in CKNG even this movie had a ‘car’ important to the story. CKNG begins with a song on the pet car, this one too begins with a song on the car. Additionally the brothers have a pet Monkey/ Chimpanzee. So let us have the movie debuting on the blog with the film-opening song that shows us the bonding between the brothers. This song is in the voices of SPB, Abhijeet and Udit Narayan.

There used to be a show called ‘Superhit Muqabla’ on Doordarshan Metro of those years (28 years back) which was on the lines of the legendary Binaca Geetmala. The show used to retire songs from the list of popular songs, which were complied based on vinyl records and cassette sales & and viewership of the show as such, after a 25 week run to make place for newer songs, very much like Binaca Geetmala. And songs of “Shatranj” (1993) were on this show for many weeks.

With this song we also say thank you to the entertainer Kadar Khan who left us today, in 2018, in Canada, where he was staying with his sons following his retirement from Bollywood. His last release was ‘Hogaya Dimaagh ka Dahi” in 2015 October (after a gap of seven years when ‘Mehbooba’ and ‘Deshdrohi’ released). He was a recipient of three Filmfare awards viz:

Best Dialogue for “Meri Awaz Suno” in 1982.

Best Comedian for “Baap Numbri Beta Dus Numbri” in 1991.

Best Dialogue (again) for “Angaar” in 1993.

He was conferred the Padma Shri, posthumously in 2019 by the Government of India.

He was 81 when he passed away.

Video


Audio

Song-Ek se bane do do se bane teen (Shatranj)(1993) Singers-S P Balasubrahmaniam, Abhijeet, Udit Narayan, Lyrics-Sameer, MD-Anand Milind

Lyrics

ek se bane do
do se bane teen
hum jidhar se guzrein
woh safar ho rangeen
ek se bane do
do se bane teen
hum jidhar se guzrein
woh safar ho rangeen
humsa koi hoga nahin
arre humsa koi hoga nahin
Londan ho chaahe ho cheen
tara rum pum pum pum
ek se bane do
do se bane teen
hum jidhar se guzrein
woh safar ho rangeen
ek se bane do
do se bane teen
hum jidhar se guzrein
woh safar ho rangeen

apni yeh gaadi hai
sabse agaadi hai
dekho ajooba hai yeh
apni yeh gaadi hai
sabse agaadi hai
dekho ajooba hai yeh
koi ye jaane na
isko pehchaane na
apni mehbooba hai yeh
hum jo bulaate hain
yeh daudi aati hai
hum jo bulaate hain
yeh daudi aati hai
jeevan ki raahon mein
khushiyan lutaati hai
aisi yahaan gaadi kahaan
sabse hai ye behtareen

chham chham
chham chham
chham chham
kaali saadi waali (chham chham)
ladki bholi bhali (chham chham)
aise na bal kha ke chal (chham chham)
gori gori baahen (chham chham)
qaatil teri adaayein (chham chham)
dil mera jaayen machal
ek se bane do
do se bane teen
hum jidhar se guzrein
woh safar ho rangeen
ek se bane do
do se bane teen
hum jidhar se guzrein
woh safar ho rangeen

uthhte hain sote hain
hanste hain rote hain
rehte hain hum saath saath
sapne sajaate hain
masti lutaate hain
chaahe ho din chaahe raat
hum ek dooje ka
daaman na chhodenge
mar jaayenge lekin rishta na todenge
hum jo miley
toh hai wahi
tasveer aisi haseen
tara rum pum pum pum
ek se bane do
do se bane teen
hum jidhar se guzrein
woh safar ho rangeen
ek se bane do
do se bane teen
hum jidhar se guzrein
woh safar ho rangeen
humsa koi hoga nahin
hey humsa koi hoga nahin
londan ho chaahe ho cheen
tara rum pum pum pum
ek se bane do
do se bane teen
hum jidhar se guzrein
woh safar ho rangeen
ek se bane do
do se bane teen
hum zidhar se guzrein
woh safar ho rangeen


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

Blog Day :

3719 Post No. : 14652 Movie Count :

4004

Hullo to all in Atuldom

I don’t know if anyone has noticed the current obsession that I am displaying. Many of my contributions to the blog in this calendar year have been to celebrate the birthdays of artists who are otherwise called “character artist” or “supporting cast”.

Has anyone tried to visualise what story “The Ramayana” would have been if there was no Dasharatha, Kaikeyi, Sugriva, Hanuman, Vibhishana or even Ravan. Can one think of “The Mahabharat” minus Duryodhana, Shakuni, Kunti, or any of the “supporting characters”? Where would “Sholay” be without Gabbar, or the fate of “Mr. India” without Mogambo. Can one think of “Parichay” minus the cute kids of the family, “Chupke Chupke” without Jijaji, “Golmaal” without Bhavani Shankar; “Deewar” minus THE MAA. That means all stories, be they the epics or modern tales, need characters which are good, bad, ugly or in-between, around the main characters for the story to be interesting.

Thank God Indian movies follow the story-pattern set by the epics and have given us quality actors who don’t mind playing second fiddle to the main characters so-much-so that sometimes their acting out the character overshadows the character of the main lead itself.

Today’s post also celebrates the birthday of one such actor without whose presence Manoj Kumar’s “Shaheed”, “Purab Aur Paschim”, “Upkaar” or “Kranti” cannot be imagined. Rajesh Khanna’s 15 (out of the 19 that they were co-actors in) jubilee hits would be unthinkable and it seems that distributors, back then, backed any movie with this hero-villain Jodi. Similarly, his pairing with Bindu was also much sought after in movies till even in the 90s. This actor was successful for his villainy without gizmos or funny names. And he is one of the many actors whose work has always been appreciated by the audiences; who will be able to survive in the cut-throat competition that Bollywood has. He has played second fiddle to so many of his contemporary villains even after attaining success with ‘Kati Patang’, ‘Upkaar’, ‘Teesri Manzil’ etc.

He was known for his one-liners. For example “main woh bala hoon jo sheeshay se patthar ko todta hai” in Kati Patang; “jinke ghar sheeshe kain ho woh batti bhujakar kapde badalte hain” in Souten; then in the next decade of his career these one-liners went a step further towards enhancing his comic characters with gems like “bhains poonch uthayegi to gaana to nahi gayegi, gobar hi degi” in Aaj Ka Arjun; “kar bhala toh hoga bhala” in Raja Babu and the most charming one-liner of all “nanga nahayega kya aur nichodega kya” in Dulhe Raja. Aah! Now I can see that gleam of excitement in those reading this, and so I will not write his most famous one-liner “Prem naam hai mera, Prem Chopra” in Bobby

Before I began to write this post, I was hunting for songs with Prem Chopra in them. My logic was mostly all actors start out with the wish to play the main lead. There would be at least a movie or two where Prem Chopra was the HERO and sung some songs to the heroine. And sure enough I found a few but then they are already posted on our blog – “Tum Apni Saheli Ko. . .” (‘Samaaj Ko Badal Daalo’, 1970), “Paanv Mein Painjaniya, Naache Sajaniya. . .” (‘Kunwaari’, 1966), “London Se Aaya Hoon Albela” (‘Vachan’, 1973) & “Aaj Pila De Saaqi Apni Aankhon Ke Paimaane Se” (‘Doli’, 1969). But as a villain also he has sung a song in a train as part of a mission to loot an inspector played by Krishan Dhawan – “Raah Mein Kaliyan Khila ke Yaar” (‘Nafrat’, 1973). Then there are numerous songs where the heroine sings a romantic song to the handsome (many times more good-looking than the hero himself) Prem Chopra in a bid to evoke a response from the hero as in “Kitna Mazaa Aa Raha Hai. . .” (‘Raja Jaani’, 1972). Then there is the song from Sikandar-e-Azam without which no TV or Radio program is complete on the national holidays of Independence Day and Republic Day – “Jahaan Daal Daal Par Soney Ki. . .“. Just that the number of songs lip-synced by Prem Chopra is few. But there are such songs available and he is one of the lucky oldies (today being his 83rd birthday) to be still active in movies and getting to play meaningful characters and also sing once in a while.

He is related to the Kapoor Khandaan as his wife is sister to Krishna Kapoor, wife of Raj Kapoor. By that, he also is brother-in-law of Premnath, Rajendranath etc. His three daughters are married to actors Sharman Joshi, Vikas Bhalla and publicity designer Rahul Nanda- all connected with Bollywood.

About today’s song. I have seen this movie a few years ago on TV (of course) and was happy to see three characters as the protagonists of the movie. ‘Umar’ (2006) was written and directed by Karan Razdan (remember him from the Doordarshan serial ‘Rajani’). It had music by Shamir Tandon and Shaily Shailendra was the lyricist. It starred Kadar Khan, Satish Kaushik, Prem Chopra and Jimmy Shergill in the lead with Shakti Kapoor, Shenaz Treasurywala, Dalip Tahil etc. in supporting cast. It is a story of three old men living the last years of their life in the UK. The three have problems of their own viz. their children ill-treating them, racial discrimination etc. They find solace from an affectionate young man (Jimmy) who is a student and a singer / waiter at a bar. This young man gets embroiled in the murder of his owner and the three elderly men help him run from the law making them fugitives too. But then there were a few songs in that movie which centred around Kadar Khan, Prem Chopra and Satish Kaushik. This was a movie which in Atulji’s words “didn’t try to please all” and so was not very successful at that time possibly what used to be called an “art movie” in the 70s and 80s are now called movies for the “multiplex audience”.

Todays’ song is sung by Kavita Krishnamurty, Sonu Nigam, Manna Dey and Shabab Sabri.

Wishing Prem, Prem Chopra a very Happy Birthday. Thank you for entertaining us all your life.

(Video)

(Audio)

Song – Duniya Waalon Ko Nahin Kuchh Bhi Khabar (Umar) (2006) Singer – Manna Dey, Shabab Sabri, Sonu Nigam, Kavitha Krishnamurty, Lyrics – Shaily Shailendra, MD – Shamir Tandon
Chorus

Lyrics

ooooo hoooo oooooo
aaaaa aaaa haaa

duniyawaalon ko nahin kuchh bhi khabar
hai hai
duniyawaalon ko nahin kuchh bhi khabar
kahein pyar karne ki hai ye koi umar
ham kahein dil se dil mile jo agar
ham kahein dil se dil mile jo agar
tab hai pyar karne ki har ek umar
tab hai pyar karne ki har ek umar
duniyawaalon ko nahin kuchh bhi khabar
kahein pyar karne ki hai ye koi umar
ham kahein dil se dil mile jo agar
haan ham kahen dil se dil mile jo agar
tab hai pyar karne ki har ek umar
tab hai pyar karne ki har ek umar  
duniyawaalon ko nahin kuchh bhi khabar
nahin kuchh bhi khabar

raat din seena kyun phadakata hai
seene me dil kyun dhadakata hai
lalla la
la la la la la
lalla la
la la la la la

raat din seena kyun phadakata hai
seene me dil kyun dhadakata hai
kahin to hai wo haseena koi
jiske liye dil ye tadapta hai
koi kahe gulbadan jaane chaman hai kahaan
koi kahe gulbadan jaane chaman hai kahaan 
duniyawaalon ko nahin kuchh bhi khabar
kahein pyar karne ki hai ye koi umar
ham kahein dil se dil mile jo agar
haan ham kahein dil se dil mile jo agar
tab hai pyar karne ki har ek umar
tab hai pyar karne ki har ek umar
duniyawaalon ko nahin kuchh bhi khabar

ye jahaan ik saraaye phaani hai
yahaan har cheez aani jaani hai
aaaaaaa aaa aaa
oooo hoo ooo
ye jahaan ek saraye phaani hai
yahaan har cheez aani jaani hai
aa ke na jaaye wo budhapaa hai
jaa ke na aaye wo jawaani hai
gayi akad dheeli pakad josh magar hai jawaan
gayi akad dheeli pakad josh magar hai jawaan
duniyawaalon ko nahin kuchh bhi khabar
kahein pyar karne ki hai yeh koyi umar
ham kahein dil se dil mile jo agar
ham kahein dil se dil mile jo agar 
tab hai pyar karne ki har ek umar
tab hai pyar karne ki har ek umar
duniyawaalon ko nahin kuchh bhi khabar

duniyawaalon ko nahin kuchh bhi khabar
kahein pyar karne ki hai yeh koi umar
ham kahein dil se dil mile jo agar
tab hai pyar karne ki har ek umar
tab hai pyar karne ki har ek umar
(tab hai pyar karne ki umar)
har ek umar
tab hai pyar karne ki umar
umar
umar


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

Blog Day : 3455 Post No. : 13859

hullo Atuldom

So, it is the new year. I have not made any resolutions, as usual, just taking life as it chooses to unfold itself. Anyway, it has always been my way of living. People who are connected with me on WhatsApp must have seen my status message- “Kal kya hoga kis ko pata” I also subscribe to the thought “abhi zindagi ka le lo mazaa”. (this is from a song by Gulshan Bawra)
My todays post is a song from the 1994 release “Aag” starring Govinda, Shilpa Shetty, Sonali Bendre (in a special appearance) with Kader Khan, Sadashiv Amrapurkar, Shakti Kapoor, Goga Kapoor, Gulshan Grover, Suresh Chatwal etc. etc. in the supporting cast. This movie was directed by K. Ravi Shankar and released in August 1994. This was a change of image for Govinda in the sense that it had him play a serious character.
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This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in 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.

July 18th is an important date in the life of atulsongaday.me. Actually it marks the eve of the birth of the blog itself. I wonder what must have been Atul ji’s sphere of activity on the day prior to this date in the year 2008 when the blog was launched. Last year on this date we were on a countdown to reach our song number 10,000. With this post, we stand at 11,295.
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“Mr Natwarlal”(1979) was produced by Tony Glaad and directed by Rakesh Kumar. The movie had Amitabh Bachchan, Rekha, Amjad Khan, Ajit, Kader Khan, Rajni Sharma, Indrani Mukherji, Satyen Kappu, Ifthikar, Yunus Parwez, Rekha Chauhan, Moolchand, Goga, Shrivastav, Wali Khan, Gyandev Agnihotri, Master Laddu, Master Bittu, Master Ravi, with special appearances by Viru Devgan and Hiralal.
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Today (1 january 2014) is the birthday of several people associated with movies as well as other fields. Asrani (DOB 1 january 1941) is one of the film personalities who was born this day.
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