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Atul’s Song A Day- A choice collection of Hindi Film & Non-Film Songs

Posts Tagged ‘Lata


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“Mr John”(1959) was produced by Nigam and directed by Indar for N K Productions, Bombay. This “social” movie had Shyama, Johny Walker, Helen, Lalita Pawar, Ifthikar, Krishnakumari, Mumtaz, Tuntun, Mohan Choti, Kamal Mohan, Sampson, Uma Dutt, Ravi, Champak Lala, Rashid, Daraz, Wahid, Genius, Tiwari, Ramlal, Anil, Singh, Ghouse, Tarun Kumar, Ajay Kumar, Ajit, B Fazle Karim, Mukhtar, Pt Baijnath etc in it.

This movie had seven songs in it. One song from the movie has been covered in the blog in the past.

Here is the second song from “Mr John”(1959) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata. Jaan Nisaar Akhtar is the lyricist. Music is composed by N Datta.

Only the audio of this song is available. It is almost certain that the song was picturised on Shyama, the leading lady of this movie in the company of Johny Walker.


Song-Aao ham pyaar karen pyaar karen pyaar karen(Mr John)(1959) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Jaan Nisaar Akhtar, MD-N Datta

Lyrics

hmm
hmm hmm hmh hmh hmm
hmm hmm

aao ham pyaar karen
pyaar karen
pyaar karen
ho
koi ikraar karen
koi ikraar karen
aao ham pyaar karen
pyaar karen
pyaar karen
ho
koi ikraar karen
koi ikraar karen

saans reh reh ke ruke
nain kaise hain juke
saans reh reh ke ruke
nain kaise hain juke
ab to ham haaye tumhen
haaye tumhe
dil de chuke
jo bhi tum baat kaho
ham to na inkaar kare
koi ikraar karen
koi ikraar karen
aao ham pyaar karen
pyaar karen
pyaar karen
ho
koi ikraar karen
koi ikraar karen

haan mohabbat mein zara
chaahiye shokhh ada
haan mohabbat mein zara
chaahiye shokhh ada
kuchh na kuch chhed rahe
chhed rahe
jab hai maza
kabhi man jaaye
kabhi jaan ke takraar karen
koi ikraar karen
koi ikraar karen
aao ham pyar karen
pyaar karen
pyaar karen
ho
koi ikraar karen
koi ikraar karen

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“Maang” (1950) was directed by Saghir Usmani for New Light Film production, Bombay. The movie had Zia, Wasti, Mubarak, Ramola, Amar, Pratima, Malhotra, Leela Pande, Basu, Hemlata etc in it. This by now forgotten movie had ten songs in it. Two songs from the movie have been covered in the blog in the past.

Here is the third song from “Maang”(1950) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata. Raja Mehdi Ali Khan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ghulam Mohammad.

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

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

This song is a rare song that I heard for the first time only just now. What a fresh and sweet honey like voice !


Song-Mere dil ki duniya mein chhaane lage (Maang)(1950) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Raja Mehdi Ali Khan, MD-Ghulam Mohammad

Lyrics

mere dil ki duniya pe chhaane lage
o ho mujhko bahut yaad aane lage
mere dil ki duniya pe chhaane lage
o ho mujhko bahut yaad aane lage

bade sangdil hain ke pehle hi din
ho o o muhabbat mein apni ee chalaane lage
bade sangdil hain ke pahle hi din
ho o o muhabbat mein apni chalaane lage
mere dil ki duniya pe chhaane lage
o ho mujhko bahut yaad aane lage

nazar meri ee ee unse chhitakne lagi ee
mere nain unse ae lajaane lage
nazar meri ee unse chhitakne lagi ee
mere nain unse ae lajaane lage
mere dil ki duniya pe chhaane lage
o ho mujhko bahut yaad aane lage

mera soz dil le gaye chheen ke
ho o o ummeedon ke naghme sunaane lage
mera soz dil le gaye chheen ke
ho o o ummeedon ke naghme ae sunaane lage
mere dil ki duniya pe chhaane lage
o ho mujhko bahut yaad aane lage


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.

Today , the 20th of June, is a special day for us Atulites.

What’s so special about it, you ask?

Well, he who celebrates the birthdays of so many artistes here (and has an anniversary page on the blog) just happens to have been born on this date, a few summers ago.

Yes, today is the birthday of Atul, the creator of this much-loved, eponymously named, blog. Hai na special day?

So Atul, let me start this post by wishing you a very very happy birthday and many many happy ones to come!

Hmm….

I have a confession to make. Something I am somewhat ashamed about.

In all these years, I have always remembered some dates. I’ve always remembered Rafisaab’s birth and death anniversary dates, for example. And Sahir’s.

I’ve always remembered this blog’s birthday.

And I’ve always remembered Atul’s birthday.

That is, until this time.

This time, somehow it just slipped my mind. Of late, I’ve been very forgetful, I’ve been making silly mistakes. Not just silly, even costly ones. Recently I booked flight tickets for wrong dates – and then, on realizing this, had to buy new tickets again for the right dates. I lost all the money on the earlier-booked tickets (it was one of those non-refundable types) – a sheer waste. But it was entirely my fault because I had not been careful enough to check, while booking.

Anyway, back on topic. I’d lost track that we were approaching 20th June, i.e, Atul’s birthday.

Luckily Arunji reminded me of this a couple of days ago, in case I wanted to write a post on the occasion. Of course, I did! So thank you, Arunji, for the reminder!

Atul, I’ve written many posts here over the years about you, the blog, how we met, the cricket forum etc – I will spare the readers the ordeal of having to go through all of that again. 🙂

I will say one thing though – you are one of a very rare breed of persons and I consider myself privileged to know you.

This blog is probably the best embodiment of the various qualities you possess in ample measure.

And what are these qualities?

First, dedication and discipline. It’s not very difficult to start a blog – many people do it out of initial enthusiasm. It’s MUCH more difficult to keep it going. That explains why most blogs become like inactive bank accounts.

But this blog is going on for almost 9 years now. And how! Multiple updates every single day. Is this possible at all without absolute dedication to the task? And without a totally disciplined approach? I don’t think so.

Second, thoroughness. Whatever you do, you do it “poore dil-o-dimaag se”. No half-measures. Thoroughly professional approach. With great attention to detail.

Remember I’d asked jokingly in a previous post “are you sure you are Indian? 🙂 That’s because Indians are notorious for taking the easy way out, without putting in the hard work to do a high-quality job. Jaise taise ho jaana chaahiye. Copy karo kahin aur se, jugaad karo, kuchh bhi karo, bas ho jaana chaahiye.

That explains why there are so many me-too lyrics sites out there on the net. Mistakes on one get propagated shamelessly onto the others. But this blog? No compromises. You take extra effort to ensure every bit of detail is accurate, you listen to (sometimes scarcely audible) audio repeatedly trying to nail it down. That’s dedication, for sure – but it’s also thoroughness.

Third, respect & humility. Again here, I use the blog as an example. Over the years, many have joined the blog bandwagon. Not just as readers, but also as contributors in different capacities. We all love this blog and are happy to be part of its growth.

As creator of the blog, you could very easily have taken a superior position on this – after all, it is your blog. But you’ve embraced everyone warmly, without any ego and showing respect to one and all. That has helped everyone feel that it is not one person’s blog, it is OUR blog, our COLLECTIVE blog. We all feel part of this Atulite family, fiercely proud of the blog.

Also, you don’t claim knowledge as ultimate authority on a topic on the blog. You’re happy to admit you don’t know a detail, or you might be wrong. After all, that’s how we learn more. That’s a sign of humility, something I value.

Fourth, a sense of humour. Another thing I like a lot. This is something I realized long back, even before the blog came into existence. Remember those one-liners you used to come up with on our cricket forum, which I gave a name – Atulism? Well, you continue with those on the blog here. Which is one reason your posts are fun to read. There’s invariably the odd Atulism in there, even if you might not realize it yourself. 🙂

Fifth, eagerness to learn and improve. I touched on this earlier but I want to mention this separately too. I remember the days before you started blogging. It was new territory for you – but you plunged into it, learning wordpress features, experimenting with it, adding various widgets and all that. You’ve been constantly looking at ways to improve the blog –I’ve been witness to every single one of the improvements on the blog since its inception.

Each one has raised the bar that much more.

I can go on – and talk about more qualities, like your love for animals, and so on. But for now, I will stop here and move on to the song for today.

I was wondering which song to pick. And then remembered that, a couple of months ago, you had sent me a request to post “neela aasmaan” from Silsila (1981) here. It is the only remaining song from this film to be posted here, and you wanted to get it Yippeeed.

You’d told me to do it at my convenience – and, to be honest, it had slipped my mind. (I told you, I’ve become very forgetful of late).

Anyway, I remembered it just now, so I decided I’d fulfil this request, so that we have a birthday post for you AND a Yippeeed song.

So here is “neela aasmaan”.

This is my third Silsila song on the blog. I’d earlier posted “dekha ek khwab” and “pehli pehli baar”.

All the songs of Silsila are quite well-known. The film itself didn’t do too well on release – at least not as well as anticipated. It was a much-publicised and eagerly awaited film at the time, given its cast and storyline.

First, Jaya Bachchan was returning to acting. She had “retired” for a bit but had been persuaded to return for this film.

Then, the Amitabh-Rekha rumours. They were at their height at this time, and so a film with Amitabh, Rekha and Jaya was bound to kindle curiosity amongst film lovers.

Then, the storyline. In this film, though Amitabh marries Jaya (due to circumstances, not out of love), he still carries a torch for Rekha, who he had loved before marriage. He had never got over it. Given the rumours, this seemed to many to be too close to real life, adding to spice for the film.

Inspite of all this going for it, the film didn’t do too well at the box-office. More recently, it has probably gained some sort of iconic status but at that time, it got mixed reviews. I didn’t see it then – I got to see it much later. But I remember some people telling me at that time that they didn’t like the “rang barse” scene at all. Society then (probably even now) didn’t take too kindly to situations where a man is openly and publicly flirting with his friend’s wife, even if he’s got the excuse of being under the influence of bhang.

But, leaving all that aside, and looking at the songs alone, I think Silsila’s music scores. Those were not the greatest of times for HFM – especially if you’re looking for melody. In that relative desert, Silsila stands out as an oasis. Shiv-Hari (Shiv Kumar Sharma – Hariprasad Chaurasia) brought their individual brilliance together to the table,to compose some very pleasant tunes.

“Neela aasmaan” is a multiple version song. The male version, sung by Amitabh, is during happier times, when he and Rekha are romancing. The female version, sung by Lata and picturised on Rekha, is her response to the shocking news of Amitabh’s marriage. Her whole world has turned upside down at this news.

In those days, Amitabh used to try his hand at singing. He was such a big star that the audience would lap up anything he did. His song “mere paas aao mere doston” for Mr. Natwarlal (1979) was very popular. As was “mere angne mein” from Laawaris (1981). His rendition of “neela aasmaan” was popular in its own way.

I’ve heard this song many times but till today I had not quite paid much attention to the lyrics. Only when I was noting down the lyrics for this post, I realize that they are quite nice, especially the Lata version. This was Javed Akhtar, writing lyrics for the first time in films. Sahir, otherwise the Chopra family regular, had passed away in 1980.

With that, I leave you to listen to this song – both versions. Personally I prefer the Lata version.

Once more, wish you a very happy birthday, Atul. This film can now be treated as Yippeeed.

🙂

Male version

Female version

Song-Neela aasmaan so gaya (Silsila)(1981) Singer-Amitabh Bachchan/ Lata, Lyrics-Jawed Akhtar, MD-Shiv Hari

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Lyrics
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Male version (Amitabh Bachchan)
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Neela aasmaan so gaya
Neela aasmaan so gaya
La ra la ra la la la la la
La ra la ra la la la ra la ho
Neela aasmaan so gaya

O o ho
Oas barse raat bheege honth tharraaye
Dhadkanein kuchh kehna chaahein
keh nahin paayen
Hawa ka geet madhyam hai
Hawa ka geet madhyam hai
Samay ki chaal bhi kam hai
Neela aasmaan so gaya
Neela aasmaan so gaya

O o o
meri baahon mein sharmaate lajaate aise tum aaye
Ki jaise baadalon mein chaand dheere dheere aa jaaye
Ye tanhaai ye main aur tum
Ye tanhaai ye main aur tum
Zameen bhi ho gayi gumsum
Neela aasmaan so gaya
Neela aasmaan so gaya
La ra la ra la la la ra la
La ra la ra la la la ra la ho
Neela aasmaan so gaya

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Female version (Lata Mangeshkar)
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Neela aasmaan so gaya
Neela aasmaan so gaya
Neela aasmaan so gaya ho
Neela aasmaan so gaya

Aansuon mein chaand dooba
raat murjhaayi
Aansuon mein chaand dooba
raat murjhaayi
Zindagi mein door tak
phaili hai tanhaai
Jo guzre hum pe wo kam hai
Tumhaare gham ka mausam hai
Neela aasmaan so gaya
Neela aasmaan so gaya

O o o
Yaad ki vaadi mein goonje beetey afsaane
Yaad ki vaadi mein goonje beetey afsaane
Humsafar jo kal thhe ab thehre wo begaane
Mohabbat aaj pyaasi hai
Badi gehri udaasi hai
Neela aasmaan so gaya ho
Neela aasmaan so gaya

Neela aasmaan
Neela aasmaan
So gaya
so gaya
Neela aasmaan
Neela aasmaan
So gaya
so gaya
Neela aasmaan
Neela aasmaan
So gaya
so gaya


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“Nakhre”(1951) was produced by Mohanlal Wahai and directed by Surya Kumar for Paro Pictures, Bombay. This by now forgotten movie had Geeta Bali, Nasir Khan, Jeewan, David, Heera Sawant, Vijaya, Badri Prasad, Ramesh, Laxmanrao, M S Pathak, Paro etc in it.

There were ten songs in this movie that were sung by eight singers and penned by four lyricists.

Two songs from the movie has been discussed in the blog. Here is the third song from “Nakhre”(1951) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata. Bharat Vyas is the lyricist. Music is composed by Hansraj Bahl.

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


Song-Yaad tumhaari kyun aaye baalma (Nakhre)(1951) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-Hansraj Bahl

Lyrics

yaad tumhaari kyun aaye baalma
ho
tum to gaye ho hamen bhool
yaad tumhaari kyun aaye baalma
ho
tum to gaye ho hamen bhool

ambuwa ki daali pe bole koyaliya aa
birha ke geet gaaye man ki muraliya aa
chaandni raat bhi na bhaaye baalma
ho
tum jo gaye ho hamen bhool
yaad tumhaari kyun aaye baalma
ho
tum to gaye ho hamen bhool

tumhi bataao jiyoon kis ke sahaare ae
saari saari raat kaatoon gin gin taare ae
nainon mein nindiya na aaye baalma
ho
tum jo gaye ho hamen bhool
yaad tumhaari kyun aaye baalma
ho
tum to gaye ho hamen bhool

taaron bhari hai dekho raat suhaani ee
tum bin roti hai majboor jawaani ee
dil ki kali murjhaaye baalma
ho
tum jo gaye ho hamen bhool
yaad tumhaari kyun aaye baalma
ho
tum to gaye ho hamen bhool


This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in 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.

Hullo atuldom

Hope all fine here.

Today (8 june 2017) I am posting a song which falls right in the category of “How come this is not yet posted?!?!” But that is how this blog of ours (Atul’s) is. Even after 13300 songs we still have songs for the “How come” category.

This song features a girl/ lady/ actress/ heroine – call her by any name – who turns a year older today. She turns 60. Only 60!!!! But we get a feeling that she has been around for years. Why? Because she made her in 1973, meaning she was all of 16. Then what did she do? She just showed her back on the industry and went on to marry the reigning superstar of the times. As if that was not enough she went on to mother a beautiful baby when she was barely 17. And then one more baby later she decided to make a comeback into films and the audiences just received her with open arms, a full twelve years after her debut. And she won the filmfare award for best actress in both these films. I know I don’t need to tell that I am talking of Dimple Kapadia.

She was the eldest born to Betty and Chunnibhai Kapadia. She married superstar Rajesh Khanna six months before the release (28th September 1973) of Bobby her debut film. She returned to films in 1985 with Ramesh Sippy’s “Saagar” which had Rishi Kapoor as her co-star (once again, Bobby starred the two together.) She is an actress who has had opportunity to work with a few fathers and their sons. Vinod Khanna was her co-star in “Insaaf” in the 80s and Akshaye Khanna was her co-star in “Dil Chahta Hai” (2001); while Dharamendra was her co-star in “Batwara” and “Mast Kalandar” his son has acted with Dimple in umpteen movies like “Manzil Manzil”; “Arjun” & “Aag Ka Gola”.

She has had a few heroine centric roles in her career. I distinctly remember her introduction scene in “Bobby” – she opens the door to Raj (Rishi Kapoor) with batter flowing in her hands and streaking her forehead when she pushes an errant strand of hair away. It has been related in various interviews and writeups that Raj Kapoor was inspired for this from the way he himself saw Nargis for the first time ever way back in the 40s.

Today’s song is from “Bobby” which was a story of two teenagers from different classes who fall in love. The introduction scene happens when the rich man’s son Raj goes to meet his governess Mrs. Braganza (Durga Khote). Bobby is her granddaughter. Love blossoms between the two but the rich father resents this accuses the girls’s father-Prem Nath- of using his daughter to trap a rich Raj etc. The lovers then elope, try to commit suicide but are saved by Pran-the rich man; and Prem Nath. And all ends well. In the course of this simple love tory the movie had eight songs of which we have only three on this blog. Here is the 4th. It is written by Anand BakshiVithal Bhai Patel and Laxmi- Pyare were the music directors; playback was by Shailendra Singh and Lata Mangeshkar.


Song – Jhoothh bole kauwwa kaate (Bobby) (1973) Singers – Lata, Shailendra Singh, Lyrics – Vithalbhai Patel, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

jhoothh bole kauwa kaate
kaale kauve se dariyo
main maike chali jaaungi
tum dekhte rahiyo
main maike chali jaaungi
tum dekhte rahiyo
arre jhoothh bole
jhoothh bole kauwa kaate
kaale kauve se dariyo
main maike chali jaaungi
tum dekhte rahiyo
main maike chali jaaungi
tum dekhte rahiyo

tu maike chali jaayegi
main danda lekar aaunga
main danda lekar aaunga

tu danda lekar aayega
main kunwe mein gir jaaungi
main kunwe mein gir jaaungi
main rassi se khichwaaunga
main ped pe chadh jaaungi
main aari se katwaaunga
pyaar kare aari chalwaaye,
aise aashiq se dariyo
main maike chali jaaungi
tum dekhte rahiyo
main maike chali jaaungi
tum dekhte rahiyo
arre jhoothh bole kauwa kaate
kaale kauve se dariyo
main maike chali jaaungi
tum dekhte rahiyo
main maike chali jaaungi
tum dekhte rahiyo

tu maike chali jaayegi
main dooja byaah rachaaunga
main dooja byaah rachaaunga

tu dooja byaah rachaayega
haaye meri sautan laayega
main maike nahin jaaungi
main maike nahin jaaungi
main maike nahin jaaungi
re maike nahin jaaungi
arre tere sadke jaaungi re
maike nahin jaaungi
main saaton vachan nibhaaungi
re maike nahin jaaungi
arre maike nahi jaaungi
re maike nahi jaaungi

jhoothh bole kauwa kaate
kaale kauve se darriyo
main teri sautan laaunga
tum dekhti rahiyo
main teri sautan laaunga
tum dekhti rahiyo

jhoot bole kauwa kaate
kaale kauve se darriyo
main maike nahi jaaungi
tum dekhte rahiyo
main maike nahi jaaungi
tum dekhte rahiyo

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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झूठ बोले कौवा काटे
काले कौवे से डरिओ
मैं मैके चली जाऊँगी
तुम देखते रहिओ
मैं मैके चली जाऊँगी
तुम देखते रहिओ
अरे झूठ बोले कौवा काटे
काले कौवे से डरिओ
मैं मैके चली जाऊँगी
तुम देखते रहिओ
मैं मैके चली जाऊँगी
तुम देखते रहिओ

तू मैके चली जाएगी
मैं डंडा लेकर आऊँगा
मैं डंडा लेकर आऊँगा
तू डंडा लेकर आएगा
मैं कूँए में गिर जाऊँगी
मैं कूँए में गिर जाऊँगी
मैं रस्सी से खिचवाऊंगा
मैं पेड़ पे चढ़ जाऊँगी
मैं आरी से कटवाऊंगा
प्यार करे आरी चलवाये
ऐसे आशिक से डरिओ
मैं मैके चली जाऊँगी
तुम देखते रहिओ
मैं मैके चली जाऊँगी
तुम देखते रहिओ
अरे झूठ बोले कौवा काटे
काले कौवे से डरिओ
मैं मैके चली जाऊँगी
तुम देखते रहिओ
मैं मैके चली जाऊँगी
तुम देखते रहिओ

तू मैके चली जाएगी
मैं दूजा ब्याह रचाऊंगा
मैं दूजा ब्याह रचाऊंगा
तू दूजा ब्याह रचाएगा
हाए मेरी सौतन लाएगा
मैं मैके नहीं जाऊँगी
मैं मैके नहीं जाऊँगी
मैं मैके नहीं जाऊँगी
रे मैके नहीं जाऊँगी
अरे तेरे सदक़े जाऊँगी
रे मैके नहीं जाऊँगी
मैं सातों वचन निभाऊँगी
रे मैके नहीं जाऊँगी
मैं मैके नहीं जाऊँगी
मैं मैके नहीं जाऊँगी

झूठ बोले कौवा काटे
काले कौवे से डरिओ
मैं तेरी सौतन लाऊँगा
तुम देखती रहियो
मैं तेरी सौतन लाऊँगा
तुम देखती रहियो
झूठ बोले कौवा काटे
काले कौवे से डरिओ
मैं मैके नहीं जाऊँगी
तुम देखते रहिओ
मैं मैके नहीं जाऊँगी
तुम देखते रहिओ


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“Bhedi Bangla”(1949), an obscure B grade mystery movie was directed by Bhagwan for Jagriti Pictures, Bombay. This movie had Baburao, Bhagwan, Azim, Shankar Mirajkar, Inamdar, K K Swami, Leela Gupte, Usha Shukla, Tarabai etc in it.

There were eight songs in the movie. One song from the movie has been covered in the blog.

Here is the second song from “Bhedi Bangla”(1949) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Lata. Ehsan rizvi is the lyricist. The music is archtypically C Ramchandra, but music director’s credit has been given to P Ramakant. We in this blog know that C Ramchandra tended to give music is B grade music under the names of his assistants, for instance P Ramakant, as in case of this movie.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song. The song sounds like a forgotten gem that deserves to be better known among music lovers.


Song-Hausle dil ke mitey (Bhedi Bangla)(1949) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Ehsan Rizvi, MD-P Ramakant

Lyrics

hausle dil ke mitey
pyaar ke armaan gaye
apni bigdi hui
taqdeer ko hum jaan gaye
hausle dil ke mitey
pyaar ke armaan gaye
apni bigdi hui
taqdeer ko hum jaan gaye

tujhse hoti na mohabbat
na bahaate aansoo
tujhse hoti na mohabbat
na bahaate aansoo
dil ne dhokha diya
ham tera kahna maan gaye
hausle dil ke mitey
pyaar ke armaan gaye
apni bigdi hui
taqdeer ko hum jaan gaye
hausle dil ke mitey
pyaar ke armaan gaye
apni bigdi hui
taqdeer ko hum jaan gaye

dost samjha thha magar
jaan ka dushman nikla
dost samjha thha magar
jaan ka dushman nikla
hat gaya aankhon se parda
hum tujhe pahchaan gaye
hausle dil ke mitey
pyaar ke armaan gaye
apni bigdi hui
taqdeer ko hum jaan gaye
hausle dil ke mitey
pyaar ke armaan gaye
apni bigdi hui
taqdeer ko hum jaan gaye


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“Khazaana”(1951) was produced by Bakshi Jang Bahadur and directed by M Sadiq for Bakshi Brothers, Bombay. This movie had Madhubala, Nasir Khan, Gope, Om Prakash, Cuckoo, Ramesh Thakur, Gujri, Abbas etc. in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. six songs have been covered in the blog in the past.

Here is the seventh song from “Khazaana”(1951) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by C Ramchandra.

Only the audio of this song is available. Going by the star cast, it is almost certain that this song was picturised on Madhubala.


Song-Kar de zara ishaara (Khazaana)(1951) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-C Ramchandra

Lyrics

kar de zara ishaara
tere naam ka sahaara aa aa
tere naam ka sahaara
kar de zara ishaara
tere naam ka sahaara aa aa
tere naam ka sahaara

chhaayi huyi siyaahi
bhatka hua hai raahi
sar par khadi tabahi
chhaayi huyi siyaahi
bhatka hua hai raahi
sar par khadi tabaahi
teri raza se chamke
dooba hua sitaara
tere naam ka sahaara

anjaam zindagi ka
dil ko dara raha hai
toofan aa raha hai
anjaam zindagi ka
dil ko dara raha hai
toofan aa raha hai
tu hi use bacha le
duniya ne jisko maara
tere naam ka sahaara
kar de jara ishaara
tere naam ka sahaara
tere naam ka sahaara


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“Khazaana”(1951) was produced by Bakshi Jang Bahadur and directed by M Sadiq for Bakshi Brothers, Bombay. This movie had Madhubala, Nasir Khan, Gope, Om Prakash, Cuckoo, Ramesh Thakur, Gujri, Abbas etc. in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. Five of these songs have been covered in the blog in the past.

Here is the sixth song from “Khazaana”(1951) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata and chorus. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by C Ramchandra.

Only the audio of this song is available. Going by the star cast, it is almost certain that this song was picturised on Madhubala and others as a joie de vivre dance song.

What a delightfully joyous song it is !


Song-Dheere dheere gham ka zamaana (Khazaana)(1951) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-C Ramchandra
Chorus
Lata + Chorus

Lyrics

dheere dheere
dheere dheere dheere dheere
dheere dheere
gham ka zamaana
gaya wo gham ka zamana
dheere dheere
dheere dheere dheere dheere
dheere dheere
gham ka zamaana
gaya wo gham ka zamaana

aa aa aa
aa aa aa ( dheere dheere
dheere dheere dheere dheere
dheere dheere
gham ka zamaana
gaya wo gham ka zamana
)
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa

dheere dheere dheere dheere
gham ka zamaana gaya
haule haule haule haule
samaa suhaana aaya
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa

ankhiyon ne dekhe meethhe sapne
dil ne kaha aaye din ab apne
ankhiyon ne dekhe meethhe sapne
dil ne kaha aaye din ab apne
thhandi hawaayen mast ghataayen
ghir ke aayen
ghir ke aayen
jhoom ke aaye geet sunaaye

thhandi hawaayen mast ghataayen
khil khil khil khil gayi kaliyaan
khili kaliyaan kaliyaan
hansna hansaana aaya
aa
aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa

dheere dheere dheere dheere
gham ka zamaana gaya
haule haule haule haule
sama suhaana aaya

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

achchi laagengi ab ratiyaan
hongi sajan se man ki batiyaan
achchi laagengi ab ratiyaan
hongi sajan se man ki batiyaan
baahon mein daalenge baahen
pyaar ki hongi raahen
mil mil mil mil
gaye hum tum
mile hum tum
hum tum

naya zamaana aaya
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa

dheere dheere dheere dheere
gham ka zamaana gaya
haule haule haule haule
sama suhaana aaya

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

aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa ( dheere dheere
dheere dheere dheere dheere
dheere dheere
gham ka zamaana
gaya wo gham ka zamana
)
aa aa aa aa ( dheere dheere
dheere dheere dheere dheere
dheere dheere
gham ka zamaana
gaya wo gham ka zamaana
)
aa aa aa aa aa


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“Khazaana”(1951) was produced by Bakshi Jang Bahadur and directed by M Sadiq for Bakshi Brothers, Bombay. This movie had Madhubala, Nasir Khan, Gope, Om Prakash, Cuckoo, Ramesh Thakur, Gujri, Abbas etc. in it.

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

Here is the fifth song from “Khazaana”(1951) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by C Ramchandra.

Only the audio of this song is available. Going by the star cast, it is almost certain that this song was picturised on Madhubala.


Song-Muhabbat pe itni jawaani na hoti (Khazaana)(1951) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-C Ramchandra

Lyrics

muhabbat pe itni jawaani naa hoti
agar tum naa aate
agar tum naa aate
khayaalon ki duniya suhaani naa hoti
agar tum naa aate
agar tum naa aate

ye chaahat naa hoti
ye armaan naa hote
mere dil mein khushiyon ke saamaan naa hote
ye chaahat naa hoti
ye armaan naa hote
mere dil mein khushiyon ke saamaaan naa hote
haseen is kadar zindagaani naa hoti
agar tum naa aate
agar tum naa aate
muhabbat pe itni jawaani naa hoti
agar tum naa aate
agar tum naa aate

ye chup chup nazaare
ye jhilmil sitaare
bahut door hain
phir bhi lagte hain pyaare
ye chup chup nazaare
ye jhilmil sitaare
bahut door hain
phir bhi lagte hain pyaare
labon pe khushi ki kahaani naa hoti
agar tum naa aate
agar tum naa aate
muhabbat pe itni jawaani naa hoti
agar tum naa aate
agar tum naa aate


This article is written by Bharat Upadhyay, 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.

Lata’s Songs NOT YET covered on our Blog – 20
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“Bansariya” (1949) was a social ‘Nigaristaan Films Production’ movie. It was directed by Ram Narayan Dave. The movie had the star-cast consisting of, Geeta Bali, Ram Singh, Om Prakash, Randhir, Kuldip, Sofia, Gulab, Uma Dutt, Shanti Madhok, Ramesh Thakur, Raj Pal, Sham Lal, Madan Kapur, Raja Salim, Ram Avtar etc in it.

Mulkraj Bhakri was the lyricist. Music was composed by the dual Music Director brothers, Husnlal and Bhagatram.

As per HFGK, there were 8 songs in this film; 4 are Lata ji solos, 2 are solos by Geeta Roy, one solo by Rafi Sb and one solo by S D Batish. Since this series is dedicated to Lata’s songs that are not yet covered in our marvellous musical Blog, this will be the second song out of her four Lata solos in the film. Be in lookout for two more beautiful Lata songs, which I propose to present here, Hari Ichchha permitting.

Looking at the star-cast of the film, we can safely say that Geeta Bali must have acted and lip-synced for this pathos filled philosophical song. There is a distinct Husnalal-Bhagatram stamp on the typical orchestration, which will strike to everyone, who is familiar with their music.


Song–Yeh Duniya Kehti Hai Koi Fariyaad Naa Karey (Bansariya) (1949) Singer – Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Mulkhraj Bhakri, MD – Husnlal Bhagatram

Lyrics

yeh duniya kehti hai
koi fariyad naa karey
kisi ko yaad naa karey
kisi ko yaad naa karey
yeh duniya kehti hai
koi fariyad naa karey
kisi ko yaad naa karey
kisi ko yaad naa karey

koi suntaa nahin apni
sunaayen kis ko yeh dukhde
sunaayen kis ko yeh dukhde
dikhaaye kis ko jaa kar is dil-e-barbaad ke tukde
dil-e-barbaad ke tukde
yeh duniya kehti hai
koi fariyad naa karey
kisi ko yaad naa karey
kisi ko yaad naa karey

hai dil mein dard lekin
hum labon ko see ke baithe hain
labon ko see ke baithe hain
kaleja thhaam kar aur aansuon ko pee ke baithe hain
yeh aansu pee ke baithe hain
yeh duniya kehti hai
koi fariyad naa karey
kisi ko yaad naa karey
kisi ko yaad naa karey

akeli jaan par itne sitam hum sah nahin sakte
sitam hum sah nahin sakte
magar kuchh baat aisee hai ki munh se keh nahin sakte
ke munh se keh nahin sakte
yeh duniya kehti hai
koi fariyad naa karey
kisi ko yaad naa karey
kisi ko yaad naa karey
yeh duniya kehti hai
koi fariyad naa karey
kisi ko yaad naa karey
kisi ko yaad naa karey


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