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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 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 : 3620 Post No. : 14428

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 69 # Singer – Kishore Kumar #
(Voice of Kishore Kumar in Seventies)
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‘5 Rifles’ (1974) – (‘पांच रायफल’) as the movie’s Censor Certificate mentions it or (‘५ रायफलें’) as the movies titles mention it – was produced, directed and written by IS Johar. It was a Shanker BC presentation for Delux Productions (India). The movie has a ‘U’ certificate, still its online version requires a confirmation of age 🙂 I don’t know why? anyway I had to watch only the title credits for information 😉 . The film was passed by censors on 09.08.1974.

It had Ambika Johar, Rakesh Khanna, Shahi Kapoor, Anil Johar, Kamal Kapoor, Veena, Sapru, Satyadip, Murad, Keti Irani, Keshto Mukherjee, IS Johar, Ravi, Ram Avtar, Chanda, Qamar Sarhadi, Nazeer Kashmiri, Kedar Sehgal, Bairam, Bali Jajani, Omi, and Master Anu. Editing for this movie was done by M.S. Shinde. DR Thakkar and Faruk Kaiser were the associate directors of this movie. Darius Gotla was the Executive Producer of this movie, whereas Seeroo Daryanani (I think it is one person only) was the associate producer.

This movie had total six songs, including the famous qawwaali – “Jhoom Baraabar Jhoom Sharaabi” which is already posted on our blog. The qawwaliis written by Nazaan Sholapuri while Aziz Nazaan was the composer and the singer. For the remaining five songs, four are written by Rajendra Krishna and one by Indeevar. Music is composed by Kalyanji-Anandji. The movie titles under singers mention the name of Asha Bhonsle and Kishore Kumar only.

HFGK Vol V liststhe following songs in the for this movie,

  • Wo kya cheez hai maharaj… duniya ke banaane waale ne (Kishore Kumar)
  • Pyaar ke patang ki dor jiske haath hai (Kishore Kumar, chorus)
  • Jab se sarkaar ne nashaabandi tod di (Kishore Kumar, chorus)
  • Teraa husn Allaah Allaah teraa roop Raam Raam (Kishore Kumar)
  • Malmal mein badan mora chamke (Asha Bhonsle)

and for the famous qawwaali included in this movie it mentions a note;

In this movie one popular qawwali ‘Jhoom baraabar jhoom sharaabi (Singer-Composer: Aziz Nazan/Lyricist – Nazan Sholapuri) was picturized on Ambika Johar in this movie.

I wonder how Ambika Johar would have felt lip syncing this qawaali in thick and heavy set male voice. 😉 In his write-up presenting the above qawwaali song Atul ji has already mentioned the following-

In reality, this qawwaali was not created for this movie. This qawwaali was created by Aziz Nazaan for his mushairas. He was the singer as well as the music director of this qawwaali. 

However, after going through details of this movie mentioned in HFGK Vol-V, I was curious to know where the credit for this qawwaali have been mentioned in the titles of this movie. It appears in the ‘Assistants’ section – for ‘music assistants’ – mentioning Babla as ‘assistant’ and Parte as ‘arranger’, Conducted by Frank Fernand, followed by mentioning that ‘Jhoom Baraabar Jhoom’ by ‘Courtesy the Gramophone Co. India Ltd and Aziz Nazan, lyrics Nazan Sholapuri’, and as we all know that ironically the film today is identified with this famous qawwaali only and its other songs didn’t even get noticed or are remembered today if I am not wrong.

I could not find information about the plot / story of the film. A comment on the internet from a reader suggests that the movie was about a fictitious story set in the backdrop of the battle for freedom. The story is about a kingdom in an unspecified time era, which conquered by a foreign power, and the efforts of the royal family and a handful of activists to wrest back their freedom.

I had vague memories of watching this film in my childhood with my parents. However, I only remember the ‘monkeys with the rifles’ and over the years after that, reading about this film, I got to know that there were the ‘look-alikes’ of ‘Rajesh Khanna’ and ‘Shashi Kapoor’ in this film. But the one memory that has been permanently associated with this film’s name is the famous ‘qawwaali’. It was very popular in those years and continues to be so for many years. It was frequently heard over loud speakers then.

Almost six years back I came across this song sung by Kishore Kumar and on checking I find that this was from this movie ‘Five Rifles’. Listening to this song give a me a feeling of hearing it many years back on radio or elsewhere. I had shared this song with Atul ji then, but somehow it remained to be posted for this day today 🙂

So, fortunately I get to share this song from this movie sung by Kishore Kumar which is a ‘patriotic song’ in disguise of a romantic song. On screen it is lip synced by Rakesh Khanna who is also trying to enact the mannerisms of the Superstar Rajesh Khanna. The situation of the song; (after watching this part of the movie having this song)

Rakesh Khanna a ‘deshbhakt’ is in jail where the officer Khotu’s wife ‘Madam Khotu’ (?) (don’t know who the actress is) is having a crush on him, goes to meet him and get him released from the jail. Since, her husband is eyeing over Rakesh’s fiancée Rajkumari – of Rakesh Khanna. So, she is doing a ‘tit for tat’ to her husband. She takes our hero to her ‘mahal’ and orders him to sing a song praising her beauty.

‘Mr. Rakesh, hamaare husn ki taarif karo’ … warna ‘khatm kar diye jaaoge’

As our hero is still not ready to surrender her, she gives him a final call

Tumko apni jaan bhi pyaari nahin’

‘Mujhe apne desh se jyaada kuchh bhi pyaara nahin’

 ‘Jhooth mat bolo’ …

Madam Khotu finally gets the hero’s ‘mangetar’ there,

‘Agar iski zindagi chaahte ho to …’

On the other side, the ‘mangetar’ also threatens the hero of losing his love if he sings a song. As our hero is in a dilemma, his eyes fall upon the map of India on the wall behind Madam Khotu’s ‘sinhaasan’. This gives him an idea, and he improvises, singing a ‘patriotic song’ for the country, disguised as a song praising Madam Khotu’s ‘beauty’.

Here is this beautiful song sung by Kishore Kumar and composed by Kalyanji-Anandji. Lyrics are by Rajendra Krishna. And I think I can mention this here that after the qawwaali of this film was posted on the blog on 30th Jun 2009, this song is coming on to the blog today after a gap of almost NINE years.

Wishing herewith all ‘Eid Mubarak’ today let us now enjoy this song …

[Author’s Note: – I had noted one additional stanza at the time of sending this song in 2012, and noted that its video is not available. This additional stanza is given after the main song. I could not find its audio or video even now. Also, I do not remember the source of this additional stanza now.]

[Ed Note: We already have a category on this blog named “Dance Under Duress”; with this song, we now introduce a similar category “Sing Under Duress”. 🙂 ]

 

Song – Tera Husn Allah Allah, Tera Roop Ram Ram (Five Rifles) (1974) Singer – Kishore Kumar, Lyrics – Rajendra Krishan, MD – Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

teraa husn allaah allaah
teraa roop raam raam
teraa husn allaah allaah
teraa roop raam raam
ek main hi nahin
tere karodon ghulaam
ek main hi nahin
tere karodon ghulaam
teraa husn allaah allaah
teraa roop raam raam
teraa husn allaah allaah
teraa roop raam raam

tu jo palke jhukaa dein
himaalaa jhuke
tu jo palke jhukaa dein
himaalaa jhuke
tu isharaa kare
gangaa jamunaa ruke
teri julfen sanwaare
kashmir ki hawaa
teri julfen sanwaare
kashmir ki hawaa
dhoyein kanyakumaari
tere paanv sadaa
tere kadmon ki dhool ko
sitaaron ka salaam
teraa husn allaah allaah
teraa roop raam raam
teraa husn allaah allaah
teraa roop raam raam

tu meraa ishq hai
meraa imaan hai
tu meraa ishq hai
meraa imaan hai
main teri jaan hoon
tu meri jaan hai
teraa deewaana hoon ye
dikhaadoonga main
teraa deewaana hoon ye
dikhaadoonga main
teri aawaaz pe
sar kataa loongaa main
teri khaatir main pea loonga
zehar kaa bhi jaam
teraa husn allaah allaah
teraa roop raam raam
teraa husn allaah allaah
teraa roop raam raam

(following lyric’s audio/video not found)

aaj kitney dilon pe teraa raaj hai
ye teri saadgee hi teraa taaj hai
kya ajantaa ki main
tujhko moorat kahun
tu banaaras ki subah
aavadh ki hai shaam
teraa husn allaah allaah
teraa roop raam raam
ek main hi nahin
tere karodon ghulaam

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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तेरा हुस्न अल्लाह अल्लाह
तेरा रूप राम राम
तेरा हुस्न अल्लाह अल्लाह
तेरा रूप राम राम
एक मैं ही नहीं
तेरे करोड़ों गुलाम
एक मैं ही नहीं
तेरे करोड़ों गुलाम
तेरा हुस्न अल्लाह अल्लाह
तेरा रूप राम राम
तेरा हुस्न अल्लाह अल्लाह
तेरा रूप राम राम

तू जो पलकें झुका दें
हिमाला झुके
तू जो पलकें झुका दें
हिमाला झुके
तू इशारा करे
गंगा जमुना रुके
तेरी जुल्फें सवारे
कश्मीर की हवा
धोएं कन्याकुमारी तेरे पाँव सदा
तेरे क़दमों की धुल को
सितारों का सलाम
तेरा हुस्न अल्लाह अल्लाह
तेरा रूप राम राम
तेरा हुस्न अल्लाह अल्लाह
तेरा रूप राम राम

तू मेरा इश्क है
मेरा ईमान है
तू मेरा इश्क है
मेरा ईमान है
मैं तेरी जान हूँ
तू मेरी जान है
तेरा दीवाना हूँ ये
दिखा दूंगा मैं
तेरा दीवाना हूँ ये
दिखा दूंगा मैं
तेरी आवाज़ पे
सर कटा लूँगा मैं
तेरी खातिर मैं पी लूँगा
ज़हर का भी जाम
तेरा हुस्न अल्लाह अल्लाह
तेरा रूप राम राम
तेरा हुस्न अल्लाह अल्लाह
तेरा रूप राम राम

(पंक्तियाँ, जिनकी दृश्य-श्रव्य कड़ी नहीं मिली)

आज कितने दिलों पे तेरा राज है
ये तेरी सादगी ही तेरा ताज है
क्या अजन्ता की मैं
तुझको मूरत कहूँ
तू बनारस की सुबह
अवध की है शाम
तेरा हुस्न अल्लाह अल्लाह
तेरा रूप राम राम
एक मैं ही नहीं
तेरे करोड़ों गुलाम

 

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

This article is the 200th writeup of Raja in the blog.

Blog Day : 3569 Post No. : 14303

It’s been exactly five weeks since my last post here – but somehow it feels much longer. I’m reminded of that famous dialogue from Aandhi (1975) – “waise to ammavas pandrah din ki hoti hai, lekin is baar bahut lambi thi.” 🙂 These five weeks felt like five months.

One possible reason for this is that this happens to be my 200th post on this blog. So I’ve been on 199 for 5 weeks. Even Mudassar Nazar would be proud of my achievement. 🙂 Since this is IPL season, it’s also safe to say that franchisees wouldn’t exactly be falling over each other, outbidding each other to try to buy me at an IPL auction. 🙂

Not that I haven’t been nudged or reminded about this.

When I sent in my previous post, Atul told me it was my 199th and nudged me to get the 200th soon.

Peevisie’s Mom called me a while ago and reminded me of this.

One of Atul’s recent posts also nudged me (hint, hint!) to run that quick single.

And our Atulite whatsapp group also decided that it was high time.

And so I too decided today – yes, it is high time. This is unacceptable, even by Mudassar standards.

So here is the post – with due apology to everyone for this 5-week delay. And thanks to all who nudged me along the way. I needed it.

Actually, I had planned this 200th much earlier. Since I usually pick anniversaries for my posts, my first idea was Farooque Sheikh’s anniversary. That didn’t happen. Then, I’d planned for Jeetendra’s birthday. On both occasions I’d finalized the song – but, for a variety of reasons that I will not get into right now, I never got around to writing the post. No excuses though – if Atul can write up and post songs every single day, I just cannot have an excuse for taking five weeks for one post. 🙂

I see that these songs aren’t posted yet, so I can still write them up – no need for a specific occasion. In fact, the Jeetu song would be quite suitable for this post too – but I’m going with this particular one because it happens to have Moushumi Chatterjee in it too – and it is Moushumi’s birthday today. The Jeetu song can wait.

The song I’ve picked for today is an iconic song for a particular occasion – the baaraat in a wedding.

When I was very young, the song “meri pyari beheniya banegi dulhaniya” became very popular. Thanks to my name, I used to be constantly teased “bhaiya raja bajaayega baaja”.

This was in addition to another “baaraat” song for which I used to be teased – the famous “raja ki aayegi baaraat” from Aah (1953).

These were both regulars at any baaraat.

And then there was “ghodi pe hoke savaar”, today’s song.

It also became a very popular song for baaraat occasions – especially if the bridegroom was on a horse. The words suit the occasion perfectly, so it was only natural this song would play on the occasion.

“Ghodi pe hoke savaar” was not only popular then – I suspect, it’s still popular. Which is why I was very surprised to discover that it had not yet been posted on this blog. I know Atul has a category along the lines of “how come this song is not yet posted yet”. This song is the mother of all songs in that category, considering it’s almost ten years for this blog now. 🙂

In fact, this film “Ghulam Begum Baadshah” (1973) has not made an entry yet on the blog. So this is a debut for this film here. There’s a 1956 film by the same name which has songs here but, for this film, this is the first.

For me, another category that this song slips into – but is not a recognized category here – is “this song is in THIS film?”.

I’d heard this song umpteen times in my life – but never really got to know the name of the film it was from.

And then, a few years ago, I saw a film “Ghulam Begum Baadshah” (1973) prompted to me on youtube. It piqued my interest – I’d never heard of this film before, it was a 1970s film, it had Moushumi in it (I quite like Moushumi) – so I decided to give it a go.

When the prelude to the song started, I thought it sounded very familiar. And then when the song started, I was totally in this “ye gaana IS film ka hai?” mode. It was a very pleasant surprise.

It wasn’t the only one.

I remember that even the film turned out to be a pleasant surprise. Ok, I had zero expectations from it (that’s usually how I avoid disappointment :-)), but even so, it held my interest to the very end.

I remember there were scenes of patriarchy that annoyed me but what I liked most about the film was Moushumi and her role. From what I remember of her role, it had a lot of spunk.

As we know, in many movies, especially in earlier eras, the women are shown as weaker than the men. They need to be protected, they are subservient, they often don’t even have a mind of their own. They’re subdued, they’re shy. They’re not often shown as smart, thinking women.

In this film, from what I remember of it (I don’t remember the details well), Moushumi is shown as anything but weak. She gives as good as she gets, refusing to cower down to bullying. And when she is in a difficult situation, she finds her own way to get out of it, instead of depending on the male characters to solve her problems for her.

This is what I liked most about the film. And there’s a nice twist at the end too.

The film has Kumud Chugani too – always nice to see her in a film as well.

So if you haven’t watched this film – and want to watch a 1970s film – you could give it a shot. But don’t shoot me if you don’t like it – apni apni pasand. And I don’t claim to have high standards. 🙂

The song itself is by Rafisaab – and considering it’s an early 70s song, it was during his “lean” period. But even during this period, he had popular songs like this one – and “teri galiyon mein na rakhenge kadam” and “aaj mausam bada be-imaan hai”.

I think he does full justice to the song – singing it with gusto, as you’d expect on the occasion of a baaraat. The way midway in the song he pronounces “ghodi” is deliberately upbeat.

The lyrics are by Rajinder Krishan, music by Kalyanji-Anandji.

I hope you enjoy listening to this song as much as I do.

Once again, a very happy birthday to Moushumi Chatterjee. I think I’ve written a full post on her earlier – she was one of my favourite heroines in the 70s.

Whew! Got that 200th out of the way. Relief! 🙂 And thanks for tolerating me for these 200 posts.


Song-Ghodi pe hoke sawaar (Ghulaam Begam Baadshah)(1973) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Kalyanji Anandji
Chorus

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)

ghodi pe hoke savaar
chala hai dulha yaar
kamariyaa mein baandhe talwaar
akadta hai chhaila
mili hai aisi laila
ki jodi hai nehle pe dehlaa
akadta hai chhaila
mili hai aisi laila
ki jodi hai nehle pe dehlaa
ghodi pe hoke savaar
chala hai dulha yaar
kamariyaa mein baandhe talwaar
akadta hai chhaila
mili hai aisi laila
ki jodi hai nehle pe dehlaa

kal tak bechaara humsaa kunwaara
phirta thha gali gali maara maara
kal tak bechaara humsaa kunwaara
phirta thha gali gali maara maara
dekhi ik chhokri
phoolon ki tokri
bolaa dil thhaam ke main haara haara
bolaa dil thaam ke main haara haara
yaar ko mubaarak ho
mohabbat ki baazi
o yaar ko mubaarak ho
mohabbat ki baazi
miya biwi raazi
to kya karegaa kaazi
sadaa phoole phale donon ka pyaar
ghodi pe hoke savaar
chala hai dulha yaar
kamariyaa mein baandhe talwaar
akadta hai chhaila
mili hai aisi laila
ki jodi hai nehle pe dehlaa
akadta hai chhaila
mili hai aisi laila
ki jodi hai nehle pe dehlaa

dulhan ki dhun hai
kaisa magan hai
hoga milan dekho abhi abhi
haan
dulhan ki dhun hai
kaisa magan hai
hoga milan dekho abhi abhi
shaadi ki masti
lagti hai sasti
padti hai mehengi bhi kabhi kabhi
haan haan padti hai mehengi bhi kabhi kabhi
ye baat mat bhoolna pyaar ki bahaarein
ye baat mat bhoolna pyaar ki bahaarein
nanhe munne bachchon ki lagaa dengi kataarein
tab utarega jaake khumaar
ghodi pe hoke savaar
chala hai dulha yaar
kamariyaa mein baandhe talwaar
akadta hai chhaila
mili hai aisi laila
ki jodi hai nehle pe dehlaa
ghodi pe hoke savaar
chala hai dulha yaar
kamariyaa mein baandhe talwaar
akadta hai chhaila
mili hai aisi laila
ki jodi hai nehle pe dehlaa


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Blog Day : 3557 Post No. : 14266

“Khaan Dost”(1976) was directed by Dulal Guha for Ramayan Chitra Mandir, Bombay. The movie had Raj Kapoor, Shatrughan Sinha, Mithu Mukherji (new discovery), Sanyen Kappu, Sulochana, Asit Sen, Jagdish Raj, Maruti, Prakash, Shekhar Purohit, Rajan Haksar, Duggal, Saminder Pande, Chandulal, Rajrani, Amar Sen, Sameer, Baby Lubna etc, with special appearances by Subhash Ghai, Jagdeep, Sundar, Leela Mishra and Yogita Bali.

This “social” movie had ended up becoming an obscure movie by now.

The movie had three songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Khaan Dost”(1976) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Kishore Kumar. Anjaan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji.

This song is picturised on Shatrughan Sinha and Mithu Mukherji.

This song was a fairly well known song during its time. The song had its fair run during its time after which this song got forgotten, helped by the fact that this forgettable movie itself got duly forgotten soon.

With this song, “Khaan Dost”(1976) makes its debut in the blog.

Video

Song-Kaahe ki dosti kaahe ki yaari (Khaan Dost)(1976) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

ye dosti
yaari mohabbat
hahahaha
kya hai
kuchh bhi nahin
sab dikhaawa hai
arre sab numaayish hai
numaayish ke siwa aa
kuchh bhi nahin

phir

kaahe ki dosti
kaahe ki yaari
kaahe ki dosti
kaahe ki yaari
duniya ye duniya hai
matlab ki maari
yaaron ki yaari
yaaron ki yaari numaayish hai saari
kaahe ki dosti
kaahe ki yaari
yaaron ki yaari numaayish hai saari

hey ae ae
kya rishte naate hain
baaten hi baaten hain
baaton ki ghaaton se dil loote jaate hain
kasmen to rasmen hain
duniya ke bas mein hain
duniya ki aankhon pe
do rangi chamshme hain
dekhi hai duniya
duniya ye duniya
dekhi hai duniya ki ye duniyaadaari
kaahe ki dosti
kaahe ki yaari
yaaron ki yaari numaayish hai saari

hey ae ae
kaliyaan bik jaati hain
galiyon baazaron mein
dil ke beemaaron mein
jhoothhe dildaaron mein
maili har chunar hai
daagi har choli hai
teri bhi boli to yaaron ne boli hai
sab yaar tere
tere haan tere
sab yaar tere hawas ke pujaari
kaahe ki dosti
kaahe ki yaari
yaaron ki yaari numaayish hai saari

hey ae ae
meri to hasti mein
masti hi masti hai
paas hai daulat to
ye duniya sasti hai
log sach kehte hain
haan main harjaai hoon
baat sach ye bhi hai
tera saudaai hoon
saaghar o meena se
jhoom ke peena hai
jab talak jeena hai
jhoom ke jeena hai
maine jo chaaha hai
haan wahi paaya hai
maanga kab duniya se
maine to chheena hai
baahon mein dam hai
phir kiska gham hai
taaqat ki sab karte hain taabedaari
kaahe ko dosti kaahe ki yaari
duniya ye duniya hai
matlab ki maari
yaaron ki yaari
yaaron ki yaari numaayish hai saari
kaahe ki dosti kaahe ki yaari
yaaron ki yaari numayish hai saari


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Blog Day : 3551 Post No. : 14250

“Paaras”(1971) was directed by C P Dixit for Prithvi Pictures, Bombay. This “social” movie had Sanjeev Kumar, Rakhi, Farida Jalal, Shatrughan Sinha, Mehmood, Madan Puri, Mukri, Kamal Mehra, Birbal. Uma Khosla, Ratnamala, Badri Prasad, Narbada Shankar, Bhushan Tiwari, Kunal Chaudhary etc in it.

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

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Sajna ke saamne main to rahoongi chup 800 24-Feb-09
Tere hothon ke do phool pyaare pyaare 1244 8-May-09
Man mera tujhko maange door door tu bhaage 1252 9-May-09
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Suno saathhiyon 14239 6-Apr-18

Here is the sixth and final song from “Paaras”(1971) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Kishore Kumar with some anokhe bol by Farida Jalal. Verma Malik is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji.

This expression of love genre of song is picturised on Mehmood a nd Farida Jalal.

With this song, “Paaras”(1971) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Gali gali aur gaaon gaaon mein peeto aaj dhandhora (Paras) (1971) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Verma Malik, MD-Kalyanji Anandji
Farida Jalal

Lyrics

ae ae
bhaaiyon aur bahnon aurr bachchon
gali gali
aur gaaon gaaon mein
peeto aaj dhandhora
gali gali aur gaaon gaaon mein
peeto aaj dhandhora
o loot ke le gayi
paanch foot ki chhori
dekho chhe foot ka chhora
loot ke le gayi
paanch foot ki chhori
dekho chhe foot ka chhora
loot ke le gayi
phaphak phui phui
phaphak phui phui
phaphak phui phui
phui

he
he he he
he he he
aisi tadap hai chaal ke ander
jaise machhali jaal ke ander
ander andar jaal ke ander
jaise lachak ho daal ke ander
umr hai solah saal ke ander
umr hai solah saal ke ander
sab ki isne chhuti kar di
kya kaala kya gora
loot ke
haan
le gayi
paanch footan ki chhori
dekho chhe footan ka chhora
loot ke le gayi
phaphak phui phui
phaphak phui phui
phaphak phui phui
phui

honth sharbati nain billauri
meethhe ganne ki ye pori
meethhe pore ki ye ganderi
kali se komal barf se gori
bina chonch ke lage chakori
bina chonch ke lage chakori
isi chakori ki chonch mein
phans gaya ek chakora
loot ke
ho
le gayi
paanch foot ki chhori
dekho chhe foot ka chhora
loot ke le gayi
phaphak phui phui
phaphak phui phui
phaphak phui phui
phui

he he he
he he he
he he he
ek din dekha ghoda ghodi donon milkar bhaage
hmph hmph hmph hmph phrr
ek din dekha ghoda ghodi donon milkar bhaage
peechhe se ek halla maara
ghodi nikli aage
kar gayi ghode ko vo jaate jaate aankh matakka
dekh chhalaangen ghodi ki
main rah gaya hakka bakka
wadi
paanch sau ki ghodi maar gayi
paanch sau ki ghodi maar gayi
chhe hazaar ka ghoda
loot ke le gayi
paanch foot ki chhori
dekho chhe foot ka chhora
loot ke le gayi
gali gali aur gaaon gaaon mein
peeto aaj dhandhora
ho loot ke le gayi
ho loot ke le gayi
aa aa aa aa aa aa aa


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Blog Day : 3549 Post No. : 14239

“Paaras”(1971) was directed by C P Dixit for Prithvi Pictures, Bombay. This “social” movie had Sanjeev Kumar, Rakhi, Farida Jalal, Shatrughan Sinha, Mehmood, Madan Puri, Mukri, Kamal Mehra, Birbal. Uma Khosla, Ratnamala, Badri Prasad, Narbada Shankar, Bhushan Tiwari, Kunal Chaudhary etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Four of these songs have been covered in the blog.

Here is the fifth song from “Paaras”(1971) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Mahendra Kapoor, Asha Bhonsle and chorus. Indeewar is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji.

The song is lip synced by Sanjeev Kumar, Farida Jalal and others who play villagers going somewhere in bullock carts. The song sounds a bit like “mere des ki dharti sona ugle”, which was also creacted by the same male singer- music director team. Unlike the “Upkaar”(1967) song, this song is rather unknown. I in fact had not heard this song till today.


Song-Suno saathiyon (Paaras)(1971) Singers-Mahendra Kapoor, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Kalyanji Anandji
Chorus

Lyrics

suno saathiyon o o o
haan re haan ho bhaiyya
haan re haan ho
haan re haan ho bhaiyya
haan re haan ho

suno saathiyon o o o
suno saathiyon
sachchaai se badh ke dharm nahin dooja
ho o
insaanon se pyaar karo
yahi sab se badi hai pooja
suno saathiyon
suno saathiyon o o

o o o o o
o o o o o

saara dhan hai amber ka
moti dhan hai saager ka
moti dhan hai saager ka
o o o
nirdhan ka dhan mehnat hai
pet bhare saare ghar ka
pet bhare saare ghar ka
o o
laaj bina sooni sooni rey naari
phool bina aa aa aa
pyaar bina sooni sooni hai kyaari

laaj bina sooni sooni rey naari
phool bina sooni sooni hai kyaari

ho o o
pyaar bina aa aa
pyaar bina hirday soona re
yaar bina duniya saari ee
insaanon ko pyaar karo
yahi sab se badi hai pooja
suno saathiyon
suno saathiyon o o

haan rey haan ho bhaiyya
haan rey haan ho
haan rey haan ho bhaiyya
haan rey haan ho

ho ho o
ho ho o

har insaan hai yahaan pyaara
pooja ghar hai jag saara

pooja ghar hai jag saara
ho o o
kan kan mandir masjid hai
kan kan girja gurudwaara
kan kan girja gurudwaara
ho o o
pyaar ko duniya mita na sakegi
saanch pe aanch kabhi aa na sakegi
pyaar ko duniya mita na sakegi
saanch pe aanch kabhi aa na sakegi

ho o o
pyaar to hai ae ae ae
pyar to hai to hai ek chadhta sooraj
badli koi chhupa na sakegi

insaanon ko pyaar karo
yahi sab se badi hai pooja

suno saathiyon
suno saathiyon
o o o
suno saathiyon
suno saathiyon
sachchaai se badh ke dharm nahin dooja
ho o o
insaanon se pyaar karo
yahi sab se badi hai pooja

suno saathiyon
suno saathiyo
haan rey haan ho bhaiyya
ha rey haan ho o
haan rey haan ho bhaiyya
ha rey haan ho o
haan rey haan ho bhaiyya
ha rey haan ho o


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Blog Day : 3547 Post No. : 14235

“Ganga Ki Saugandh”(1978) was produced and directed by Sultan Ahmad for Sultan Productions, Bombay. This movie , described as a “social” movie was a daaku-drama (as memsaab would describe it). The movie had Amitabh Bachchan, Rekha, Amjad Khan, Pran, Bindu, I S Johar, Jeevan, Farida Jalal, Iftekhar, Anwar Hussan, Jagdeep, Mukri, Satyen Kappu, Nana Palsikar, Mac Mohan, Achla Sachdev, Anju Mahendroo, Tabrez, Murad, Hercules, Keshav Rana, Dulari, Paro Devi, Reddy, Bismillah, Bishan Khanna, Nazir Kashmiri, Ghulam Hussain, Sandow, Tiwari, Kailash, Pardesi, Akbar Khan, Shetty, Sulochana, Fazlu, Gulam Sabir, Aziz, Rajni Gupta, Soni, Jani, Yogesh Chabra, Sanjana, Rishi, Amir Ali, Ramlal, Saleem, Babul etc in it.

“Ganga Ki Saugandh”(1978) had six songs in it. Five of these songs have been covered in the past. Here are their details:-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Maano to main Ganga maa hoon 5364 30-Jan-12
Toone har raat muhabbat ki qasam khaayee hai 8115 22-May-13
Chal musaafir chal teri manzil door hai to kya huaa 8340 13-Jul-13
Dekho sapne saje dhol taashe baje 11027 6-Apr-15
Roop jab aisa mila 14230 3-Apr-18

I had a low opinion of the movie as well as its songs. But when I listened to the last two remaining songs of the movie, I realised that these two songs were sung and picturised superbly.

The previous song was covered yesterday. Here is the sixth and final song from “Ganga Ki Saugandh”(1978) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Kishore Kumar and Asha Bhonsle. Anjaan is the lyricist. music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji.

The song is picturised as a “teasing” or “nok jhonk” song on Amitabh Bachchan and Rekha. The lyricist Anjaan has done a superb job in penning the lyrics. The song is quite a catchy song. It was a popular song of its time. Curiously enough, the movie as well as the songs of the movie have ended up becoming “rare” by now. The movie as well as its songs were quite well known to those who lived through 1978 as a grown up/ growing up person.

With this song, “Ganga Ki Saugandh”(1978) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Arre aankh ladi hamse jo aankh ladi to(Ganga Ki Saugandh)(1978) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

arre o chhori
kya
milne aati hai chori chori
aur saare gaaon ke saamne karti hai seenaajori
ae ae ae ae ae
ye aankhen kisko dikhaata hai re tu

aankhen

arre aankh ladi humse jo aankh ladi to
arre aankh ladi humse jo aankh ladi to
aankh ladi humse jo aankh ladi to
dhanno raani teri
dhanno raani teri naani mar jaayegi
dhanno raani teri naani mar jaayegi
arre paale padi main jo tere paale padi to
paale padi main jo tere paale padi to
lambu laale teri

bol
lambu laale teri laali utar jaayegi
o lambu laale teri laali utar jaayegi

main jidhar se chaloon
main jidhar se chaloon
jis dagar se chaloon
raasta rok len gaanv ki goriyaan
raasta rok len gaanv ki goriyaan
kya
haan
kahin aanchal ude
kahin ghoonghat uthhe
har kadam pe khanakne lage choodiyaan
har kadam pe khanakne lage choodiyaan
arre jaane de
nahin nahin
arre chhod de
nahin nahin
arre jaane de jaane de
aisi jhoothhi baaten na bana
arre chodega chodega tu na deewaane paagalpana
to jawani
ye jawaani kanwaari guzar jaayegi
o lambu laale teri laali utar jaayegi

o re aankh ladi humse jo aankh ladi to
dhanno raani teri naani mar jaayegi
dhanno raani teri naani mar jaayegi
haan

meri palken uthhen
o meri palken uthhen to ghataaye juken
main hansoon to ye kaliyaan khilen jhoom ke
main hansoon to ye kaliyaan khilen jhoom ke

achcha
haan
mere kangna baje to bahaaren sajen
hawa mehke ye aanchal mera choom ke
hawa mehke ye aanchal mera choom ke

hawa ko
kya
haan haan ghata ko
achcha
hawa ko ghata ko kali ko dekho pata chal gaya
aaj tere dil pe mera jaadu chal gya
gori dil ko
jaa jaa
gori dil ko bachaa kar kidhar jaayegi
o dhanno raani teri naani mar jaayegi
arre paale padi main jo tere paale padi to
lambu laale teri laali utar jaayegi

o dhanno raani teri naani mar jaayegi
haan

sachchi sachchi
o sachchi sachchi baat bataaun
sun le
oh lambu sun le
oh tera mujhpe chalega na janter mantar
haan haan jantar mantar
haan haan jantar mantar

upar se ye kuchch bhi bole bole
haanji bole
arre
marti hai yaaron andar andar
gori andar andar
gori andar andar
tujhpe marne se achcha hai sun le
oh budhu sun le
arre
doob maroongi main beech samandar
haan haan beech samandar
ho ho beech samandar

saat samandar ke andar se
le jaaunga
dhanno le jaunga
oh dhanno le jaaunga
are main to tujhko thethh jalandhar
haan haan thethh jalandhar
na na
to porbandar
na na
to ghodbandar
nahin baaba
to boribandar
nahin
porbandar ghodbandar boribandar
waadibandar
na na na na nahin

o to phir aa jaa mere ae ae
dil ke andar
aaja aaja aaja aaja


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Blog Day : 3546 Post No. : 14232

“Chaalu Mera Naam”(1977) was produced by B C Deora and directed by Krishna Naidu. This movie had Mahendra Sandhu, Vidya Sinha, Vinod Mehra, Deven Verma, Madan Puri, Helen, Maruti etc in it.

This low budget “chaalu” movie had had four songs in it. Here is the first song from “Chaalu Mera Naam”(1977) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Rafi and Asha Bhonsle. Verma Malik is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji.

The song is picturised as a nok jhonk teasing song on Vinod Mehra and Vidya Sinha.

With this song, “Chaalu Mera Naam”(1977) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Ruk ruk meri raani (Chaalu Mera Naam)(1977) Singers-Rafi, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Verma Malik, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

ae ae ae ruk
u u u
aah ruk
arre ja ja

arre ruk ruk ruk meri raani ee ee ee ee
ruk ruk meri raani
ruk ruk meri raani
meri raani o deewaani
o deewaani kahaan chali
dil tod tod ke
dil tod tod ke
dil tod tod ke
dil tod tod ke

chal foot beimaan
chal foot beimaan
beimaan o naadaan
mere pieechhe kyun pada hai
haath jod jod ke
haath jod jod ke
haath jod jod ke
haath jod jod ke

ruk ruk meri raani
meri raani o deewaani

tera mera yaaraana
barson ka hai puraana
puraana
tera mera yaaraana
barson ka hai puraana puraana
baaton mein teri dhokha
jaane hai saara zamaana zamaana
baaton mein teri dhokha
jaane hai saara zamaana

sun meri jaan
o sun meri jaan main kurbaan
aise rootho na dekho
mukh mod mod ke
mukh mod mod ke
mukh mod mod ke
mukh mod mod ke
chal foot beimaan
he chal foot beimaan
beimaan o naadaan
mere peechhe kyun pada hai
haath jod jod ke
haath jod jod ke
hath jod jod ke
haath jod jod ke

ruk ruk meri raani
meri raani o deewaani

tu pyaar kare gairon se
aur mujhse kare bahaana bahaana
pyaar kare gairon se
aur mujhse kare bahaana bahaana

jaan luta di tujhpe
tu samjhe mujhe begaana begaana
jaan luta di tujhpe
tu samjhe mujhe begaana
dekh teri gali
dekh teri gali main chhodke chali
mujhe yaad karoge
sar phod phod ke
sar phod phod ke
haath jod jod ke
haath jod jod ke

ruk ruk meri raani
o ruk ruk meri raani
meri raani o diwaani
o diwaani kahaan chali
dil tod tod ke
dil tod tod ke
mere peechhe kyun pada hai
haath jod jod ke
haath jod jod ke

dil tod tod ke
dil tod tod ke
haath jod jod ke
dil tod tod ke haaye


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Blog Day : 3546 Post No. : 14230

“Ganga Ki Saugandh”(1978) was produced and directed by Sultan Ahmad. This movie was a daaku-drama. The movie had Amitabh Bachchan, Rekha, Amjad Khan, Pran, Bindu, I S Johar, Jeevan, Farida Jalal, Iftekhar, Anwar Hussan, Jagdeep, Mukri, Satyen Kappu, Nana Palsikar, Mac Mohan, Achla Sachdev, Anju Mahendroo, Tabrez, Murad, Hercules, Keshav Rana, Dulari, Paro Devi, Reddy, Bismillah, Bishan Khanna, Nazir Kashmiri, Ghulam Hussain, Sandow, Tiwari, Kailash, Pardesi, Akbar Khan, Shetty, Sulochana, Fazlu, Gulam Sabir, Aziz, Rajni Gupta, Soni, Jani, Yogesh Chabra, Sanjana, Rishi, Amir Ali, Ramlal, Saleem, Babul etc in it.

“Ganga Ki Saugandh”(1978) had six songs in it. Four of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fifth song from the movie to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Kishore Kumar. Anjaan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji.

The song is picturised on Amitabh Bachchan and Rekha as an expression of love song. This song was quite a well known song of its time, and it is interesting to know that the present day music lovers who were not around in 1978 consider this song as a rare song. 🙂

The movie, as well as its songs were regarded as rather low brow stuff by me those days, vis a vis other Amitabh Bachchan movies and their music. Despite not being much impressed with the movie, I had watched it twice in a Ranchi cinema hall called “Ratan Talkies” which was located quite close to my college. 🙂

While I was familiar with the first couple of lines of the song, it is only now, while noting down the lyrics, I have realised what a nice job the lyricist has done in penning this entire song. The song is picturised quite wonderfully well as well.


Song-Roop jab aisa mila (Ganga Ki Saugandh)(1978) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

roop jab aisa mila
roop jab aisa mila
aisi ada kaise na ho
roop jab aisa mila
aisi ada kaise na ho
bhari bottle ho jawaani ki
bhari bottle ho jawaani ki
nasha kaise na ho
roop jab aisa mila
haaye haaye haaye

arre re teri julmi jawaani
chadhhi nadiya toofaani
arre re teri julmi jawaani
chadhhi nadiya toofaani
ude jab lat mukhde pe
ghata ho paani paani
dekh ke tujhko
julm dil pe bhala kaise na ho
haan julm kaise na ho
roop jab aisa mila
haaye haaye haaye

bagiya ki saari kaliyaan
kheton ki hariyaali
arre paanv taley bichh jaaye
jab chale yoon nakhre waali
hai mukh per subah ki laali
badan phulwa ki daali
hai mukh per subah ki laali
badan phulwa ki daali
bhara har rang mein jaadu
magar dil pyaar se khaali

aisa ho nakhra to phir piyara fida kaise na ho
haan fida kaise na ho
roop jab aisa mila
aisi ada kaise na ho
bhari bottle ho jawaani ki
haay
bhari bottle ho jawaani ki
nasha kaise na ho
roop jab aisa mila
haay haay haay


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Blog Day : 3544 Post No. : 14227

“Qurbaani”(1980) was produced and directed by Feroz Khan. The movie had Feroz Khan, Vinod Khanna, Zeenat Aman, Amjad Khan, Shakti Kapoor, Aruna Irani, Amrish Puri and Kadar Khan etc in it.

The movie had five songs in it. Four of these songs have been covered in the past. Here are the details of the four songs from “Qurbaani” (1980) that have already been showcased in the blog:-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Ham tumhen chaahte hain aise 3082 6-Oct-10
Aap jaisa koi mein zindagi mein aaye MD-Biddu 7349 15-Jan-13
Qurbaani qurbaani qurbaani Allah ko pyaari hai qurbaani 11419 25-Sep-15
Laila main Laila 14222 31-Mar-18

The movie was “inspired” from a curry western Italian/German movie called “The Master touch”(1974). The movie has impressive background music by Ennio Moricone whose background music in movies like “The Good, The Bad and the Ugly”, “For a few dollars more” etc are extremely popular till today.

“Qurbaani” (1980) makers looked elsewhere for inspiration for the songs of the movie. While Kalyanji Anandji “arranged” or created music for four songs, as the case may be. one “western” song was composed by Biddu and that song turned out to be one of the freakest hits in the history of HFM. The creaters of this song, viz Nazia Hassan and Biddu could never replicate that success again.

Here is the fifth and final song from “Qurbaani” (1980) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Rafi. Indeewar is the lyricist. Music is by Kalyanji Anandji.

While listening to the lyrics of the songs of this movie, I realised that the lyrics writing of Indeewar has not received the credit that he deserved. For instance, he has given a routine Hindi film song situation such wonderful yet simple sounding lyrics that this song has gone on to become an all time classic.

The song is picturised on Zeenat Aman and Feroz Khan on the rugged and picturesque locations of Afghanistan. Some people like it for the picturisation, while some people like it for the singers. This song was one of the last few Rafi-Asha Bhonsle duets out of the several hundred songs that they sang together.

With this song, “Qurbaani” (1980) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Kya dekhte ho soorat tumhaari (Qurbaani)(1980) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Rafi, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

kya dekhte ho
kya dekhte ho
soorat tumhaari
kya chaahte ho
chaahat tumhaari
na hum jo keh den
keh na sakogi
lagti nahin thheek neeyat tumhaari
kya dekhte ho
soorat tumhaari
kya chaahte ho
chaahat tumhaari
na hum jo keh den
keh na sakogi
lagti nahin thheek neeyat tumhaari
kya dekhte ho
soorat tumhaari

roz roz
roz roz dekhoon tujhe
nayi nayi lage mujhe
angon mein amrit ki dhaara
tere angon mein amrit ki dhaara

dil lene ki dhang teri
seekhi koi rang tere
baaton ka andaaz pyaara
teri baaton ka andaaz pyaara
sharaarat se chehra chamakne laga kyoon
sharaarat se chehra chamakne laga kyoon

yeh rang laayi hai sangat tumhaari
kya dekhte ho
soorat tumhaari

socho zara
socho zara
jaan-e-jigar
beetegi kya tumpe agar
humko jo koi chura le
tumse humko jo koi chura le
kisi ne jo tumhen chheena
naamumkin hai uska jeena
kaise nazar koi daale
tumpe kaise nazar koi daale

pyaar pe apne itna bharosa
pyaar pe apne itna bharosa
itna mohabbat mein fitrat hamaari
kya dekhte ho
soorat tumhaari
kya chaahte ho
chaahat tumhaari
na hum jo keh den
keh na sakogi
lagti nahin thheek neeyat tumhaari
kya dekhte ho
soorat tumhaari


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Blog Day : 3543 Post No. : 14222

“Qurbaani”(1980) was produced and directed by Feroz Khan. The movie had Feroz Khan, Vinod Khanna, Zeenat Aman, Amjad Khan, Shakti Kapoor, Aruna Irani, Amrish Puri and Kadar Khan etc in it.

I knew that Feroz Khan’s movies were inspired from Western movies, but I never knew that he would unbshedly lift frame by frame scenes. It turns out that the movie is almost a frame by frame lift from “The Master touch”(1974), an Italian/German curry western movie.

One would argue that “Qurbani”(1980) had songs in it and that way it had at least its songs that were not inspired from the movie. Indeed that is what one though till now.

It turns out that even the songs of this movie were inspired from foreign sources, and not necessarily from the usual sources.

Take the case of “Laila Main Laila” song rom “Qurbaani”(1980). I thought that it was one the “better” and “original” compositions created during the “disco” era of HFM. But I was wrong. It turns out that this popular song is a direct lift from the composition “Chicano” by an African group called “Black Blood”.

Here is this “Qurbaani”(1980) song “Laila Main Laila” which is sung by Kanchan, Amit Kumar and chorus. The song is picturised as a “disco” song on Zeenat Aman, Amjad Khan and others.

Lyricist is Indeewar. He gets the credit for fitting in lyrics to go with the tune. Kalyanji Anandji are the music arrangers, rather than music composers, for this song.


Song-Laila main Laila (Qurbaani)(1980) Singers-Kanchan, Amit Kumar, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Kalyanji Anandji
Chorus

Lyrics

laila main laila
aisi hoon laila
har koi chaahe mujhse milna akela
laila main laila
aisi hoon laila
har koi chaahe mujhse milna akela
jisko bhi dekhoon
aa aa aa
duniya bhula doon
aa aa
majnu bana doon
aa aa
aisi main laila
aa aa
laila o laila laila
aisi tu laila
har koi chaahe tujhse milna akela

o o
mohabbat ka jisko tareeqa na aaya
use zindagi ka saleeka na aaya
raah e wafa mein
aa aa
jaan par jo khela
aa aa
uske liye hai yeh
aa aa
haseenon ka mela
aa aa
laila main laila
aa aa
aisi hoon laila
aa aa
har koi chaahe mujhse
aa aa
milna akela
aa aa
o laila
aa ha
aa ha
aa ha
gullu gullu
gullu gullu
gullu gullu
gullu gullu
ha bubuk bubuk
ha bubuk bubuk

hey
haay haay

mujhe dekhkar jo
na dekhe kisi ko
mere vaaste jo
mita de khudi ko
usi deewaane ki
aa aa
banoongi main laila
aa aa
use pyaar doongi main
aa aa
pehla pehla
aa aa
laila main laila
aa aa
aisi hoon laila
aa aa
har koi chaahe mujhse
aa aa
milna akela
aa aa

laila o laila laila
aa aa
aisi tu laila
aa aa
har koi chaahe tujhse
o ho
milna akela
laila o laila laila
o Laila
aisi tu laila
o Laila
har koi chaahe tujhse milna akela
laa laa laa laa laa aa aa
laa laa laa laa laa aa aa
la la la la laa aa aa
la la la laa aa


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