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“Bindiya”(1946) was directed by C M Luhar for Sun Art Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Raagini, Amar, M Shaqir, E Billimoria, Pratima Devi, Bhagwan Das, Leela Mishra, Leela Pawar, Qayam Ali, Madhukar Gupte, Sukumar, Himmat Lal, Mehar Banu, Bhimji etc in it.

There were eleven songs in the movie. One song has been covered in the past.

Here is the second song from “Bindiya”(1946) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Kalyani Das. Pt Rammurty (who I assume is same as Rammurty Chaturvedi) is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kamal Dasgupta.

My guess is that this song is picturised on Raagini. Nevertheless, I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of this song.

I have not been able to get one word (may be more) right in the lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable.


Song-Jeewan sargam pe gaaye jaa geet suhaane(Bindiya)(1946) Singer-Kalyani Das, Lyrics-Rammurty Chaturvedi, MD-Kamal Dasgupta

Lyrics

jeewan sargam pe
gaaye ja
gaaye ja
gaaye ja
geet suhaane
jeewan sargam pe
gaaye ja
gaaye ja
gaaye ja geet suhaane
ismein dukh ki ghire ghataaye
sukh is mein
haan
sukh ismein khele holi

megh malhaar isi mein goonje
megh malhaar isi mein goonje
ae ae ae ae
yahi vasant kare atkheli ee ee ee
yahi vasant kare atkheli ee ee ee ee
komal bachpan ismein jhoole
jovan bhi ismein hi phoole
komal bachpan ismein jhoole
jovan bhi ismein hi phoole
isi geet ke madhur taan se
naach rahe
naach rahe
naach rahe parwaane
gaaye ja
gaaye ja
gaaye ja geet suhaane

iske swar mein lahraati hai ae
jeewan ki sundar phulwaari
iske kanchan(?) mein gaati hai
kunj kunj mein koyal kaari
is sargam ke man ?? par
dol rahe
dol rahe
dol rahe dharti aur baadal
insaanon pe swarg nichhaawar
insanon pe swarg nichhaawar
ho jaaye deewaane ae ae
gaaye ja
gaaye ja
gaaye ja geet suhaane
jeewan sargam pe
gaaye ja
gaaye ja
gaaye ja geet suhaane

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“Manmaani” (1947) was directed by Sarvottam Badami for I A Productions, Bombay. The movie had Jairaj, Ragini, E. Billimoria, Sabita Devi, Nazir Hussain, Amar etc. in it.

Two song from the movie has been discussed in the past. Here is the third song from “Manmaani”(1947) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Kalyani Das. Lyricist is not known. Music is composed by Kamal Dasgupta.

Only the audio of the song is available. Seeing that Kalyani’s voice figured in eight out of ten songs in the movie, it is easy to guess that she had given playback for the leading lady of the movie. Going by the story of the movie as given in the writeup of the first song, it appears that the song may have been picturised on Raagini. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-O taara ko chaand banaane waale (Manmaani)(1947) Singer-Kalyani Das, MD-Kamal Dasgupta

Lyrics

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

O taara ko chaand banaane waale
is chaand ko kaun sambhaale
O taara ko chaand banaane waale
is chaand ko kaun sambhaale
baadal aayenge ae ae ae
baadal aayenge
ban ban kar matwaale
is chaand ko kaun sambhaale
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa

bhole pardesi baar baar tu aana
teri hansiyon mein mera chhupa zamaana
bhole pardesi baar baar tu aana
teri hansiyon mein mera chhupa zamaana
tu dil ko apne ae ae ae
tu dil ko apne
dil ke paas bulaa le
bulaa le
is chaand ko kaun sambhaale
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa

din mein khushiyaan
raaton mein masti aayee ee ee ee
din mein khushiyaan
raaton mein masti aayee ee ee ee
ek navi chhabi
banti hai har angdaayi ee ee
ek navi chhabi
banti hai har angdaayi ee ee
zulfon ke chhaanv mein ae ae ae
zulfon ke chhaanv mein
apne nain sulaa le
sulaa le
is chaand ko kaun sambhaale
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
O taara ko chaand banaane waale
is chaand ko kaun sambhaale


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What does one do when one wakes up early in the morning.? My daily routine is to take my two pets on their morning walks one by one. I have stuck to this routine unfailingly irrespective of the weather. While most fair weather morning walkers give up when the weather becomes foul, I perform my morning walk even when it is raining, it is fog, it is cold etc. Or rather, one can say that my pets insist on going on their morning walks and I accompany them.

Just as the weather is variable, what one encounters during the walk also changes. On mornings of foul weather conditions, we are the only morning walkers, but on fair weather conditions, lots of fair weather creaturers, human as well as others can be seen.

Non human morning walkers that we encounter are street dogs and monkeys. How our dogs react to them and how they reach to the dogs differ from dog to dog. I will describe these and other interesting eperiences of our morning walks in detail in some other post which would basically discuss my pets. As it happens, the last time I discussed my pets was in may 2015. So a detailed writeup on them is now overdue.

This post is appearing at morning time. No, today is an exception when I am not going on a morning walk. No, it is not that I am suddenly feeling lazy. Not at all. At present I am travelling and so I may not be able to find much time to post today. Nevertheless, here is a good morning song to greet all.

The song is a good good morning song, viz a fair weather morning song, when people have no trouble waking up and feeling pleased.
“jag” in fact sings songs of joy on such mornings as this song describes. 🙂 The mornings in the parts of india where I stay and move around are nowhere like the good morning as described in the song, but nevertheless we do have such good mornings elsewhere.

The song is sung by Khan Mastana and Kalyani Das. Zia Sarhadi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Pt Govindram. This song is from “Dil Ki Duniya”(1949) and it happens to be the fourth song (out of ten) from the movie to appear in the blog.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.

I have not been able to get a few words right in the song. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable.


Song-Hua sawera saare jag ne khushi ka gaana gaaya(Dil Ki Duniya)(1949) Singer-Khan Mastana, Kalyani Das, Lyrics-Zia Sarhadi, MD-Pt Govindram
Male chorus
Female chorus

ho ho hua sawera
hua sawera

ho ho hua sawera hua sawera
hua sawera saare jag ne
khushi ka gaana gaaya

haan khushi ka gaana gaaya
hua sawera saare jag ne
khushi ka gaana gaaya

haan khushi ka gaana gaaya
man apna bahlaaya

ho o o o o
wo mela(?) jaane waala haaye
ab tak ghar na aaya
wo mela(?) jaane waala haaye
ab tak ghar na aaya
ab tak ghar na aaya
ab tak ghar na aaya

hua sawera saare jag ne
khushi ka gaana gaaya

haan khushi ka gaana gaaya
hua sawera saare jag ne khushi ka gaana gaaya
haan khushi ka gaana gaaya
man apna bahlaaya aa aa
man apna bahalaya

ho o
thhumak thhumak kar chali dhobaniya
ghaat pe kapde dhone
ghaat pe kapde dhone
ho thhumak thhumak kar chali dhobaniya
ghaat pe kapde dhone
ghaat pe kapde dhone
chaal anokhi dekh ke jiski
man mora lalchaaya
chaal anokhi dekh ke jiski
man mora lalchaaya
khushi ka gaana gaaya aa
khushi ka gaana gaaya

ho
ro ke dekha
hans ke dekha
phir bhi chain na aaye
phir bhi chain na aaye
jab (?) ker dekha vyaakul man ka
phir bhi bhed na paaya
jap(?) ker dekha vyaakul man ka
phir bhi bhed na paaya

hua sawera saare jag ne
khushi ka gaana gaaya
haan khushi ka gaana gaaya

wo mela(?) jaane waala haaye
ab tak ghar na aaya
wo mela(?) jaane waala haaye
ab tak ghar na aaya
ab tak ghar na aaya
ab tak ghar na aaya
ab tak ghar na aaya


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“Faisla”(1947) was a “social” movie directed by Apoorv Mitra for Geetanjali Movietone, Calcutta. Then movie had Kanan Devi, Paresh Bannerji, Hiralal, Nigam, Azurie, Flora, Gokul Mukherji, Devkumari, Puttan etc in it.
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BINDIYA (1946) was produced under the banner of Sun Art Pictures and was directed by Chimanlal Luhar. The star cast included Amar, Ragini, E Billimoria, Kamal Zamindar, Leela Mishra, Pratima Devi, Shakir, Bhagwandas, Leela Pawar etc. The film was reviewed in August 1946 issue of ‘Filmindia’. I was surprised to find for a change that the review was somewhat lengthier than the usual. After reading the review, I came to know as to why it was so. The additional length of the review was utilised for heavily criticising the director of the film for his inapt handling of the emotional scenes and for Prabhulal Dwivedi, the story writer for the film story based on a mix of several mythological stories.
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This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, 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 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.

In my last write-up kyun dil mila hamaara tumhaara jawaab do, I had discussed the confusion about ‘Kalyanis’- Kalyani Bai, the actor-singer and Kalyani Das, the playback singer. I had also mentioned therein that their distinct voices help listeners distinguish between the two. The song I had presented in that write-up was sung by Kalyani Bai. I was toying with the idea of presenting a song sung by Kalyani Das immediately after my last write-up. I had already identified her song from ‘Manmaani’ (1947).
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“Giribaala”(1947) was produced and directed by Madhu Bose for Madhu Bose Productions, Calcutta. The movie had Indrani Devi, Dheeraj, Ahindra Cahudhary, Hrishikesh, Chitralekha, Rajlaxmi, Kamta Prasad, B R Tandon, Poornima, Vitthal, Das Panchotia, Abani Mitra, Tulsi Chakraborty etc in it.
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GEMS FROM THE MIGRATORS…..song no.10…LAST SONG OF THE SERIES.
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After Partition in 1947, it did not take long for things to become normal in the Indian film industry. This was mainly because ready replacements were available in plenty to fill the vacancies caused by migration. As far as producers and financers were concerned, almost all producers and film makers had arrived here from Lahore. It was actually Lahore which felt the absence of Film makers. Pakistan film Industry was somehow managed well by the experienced people who went from India and Pakistan enjoyed a ” GOLDEN AGE OF FILMS AND MUSIC ” from 1959 to 1977. Once the old generation retired, there was no second line to take over from them.
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People may be aware of a movie called “Zameen Aasmaan”(1984) and even “Zameen Aasmaan” (1972), but there was another movie of this name as far back as 1946. This movie “Zameen Aasmaan” (1946) has been forgotten and its music is just as obscure. Just now I accidently came across a song from this movie. and what a wonderful discovery it is ! This song, which I would have dismissed as “boring” in my younger days in 1970s is something that I would now go miles to listen to. What a divine composition it is !
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