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Posts Tagged ‘Lata


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“Shrawan Kumar”(1960) was produced by Ramubhai Desai and directed by Sharad Desai for Prabha Pictures, Bombay. This mythological movie had Nalini Chonkar, Anant Kumar, Achala, S K prem, Sundar, B M Vyas, Yashodhara Katju, Chaand Burque, Polson, Dabboo, Daya Devi, Kesari, Fazlu, C J Pandey, Kesarbai, V Prem, Premlata, Premi, Radheshyam, Baby Rukhsana, Cuckoo, Madhumati, Raj Prakash etc in it.

The movie, obviously based on the tale of Shrawan Kumar, had ten songs in it. Shrawan Kumar was a contemporay of Lord Ram and his mention is found in Ramayan.

Movies like this aimed to make its audience watch the movie and cry, witnessing the hardships faced by the protagonist. The movie had several songs that are heavy duty listening for me (preachy songs/ tragic songs etc).

Thankfully, there are a few songs that spare us that agony. I have chosen one such song here.

This song is a “missing the beloved” song which is sung by Lata. Bharat Vyas is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shivram.

The song is picturised on a lady whom I am unable to identify. I request our knowledgeable readers ti help identify her.
PS-She is Nalini Chonkar. I thank our knowledgeable reader Mr Suresh Patil for helping to identify her.

With this song, “Shrawan Kumar”(1960) makes its debut in the blog. As many as 111 Hindi movies were released in 1960. “Shrawan Kumar”(1960) becomes the 100th movie to 1960 to find representation in the blog. So with this song, we achieve yet another artificially made up but nevertheless a significant century in the blog.


Song-Tum kahaan chhupe ho saanwre (Shrawan Kumar)(1960) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-Shivram

Lyrics

tum kahaan chhupe ho saanwre
do naina bhaye more baawre
tujhe khoj khoj main haari
ab thhakne lage more paanv re
tum kahaan chhupe ho saanwre ae

tum bin ye jag kaara hai
chaaron taraf andhiyaara hai
o o o o
o o o o
aaj thhaki
man haara hai
kitni door kinaara hai
ho kinaara hai
doley jeevan ki dagmag naav re
naiyya ke khiwaiyya aao re
tujhe khoj khoj main haari
ab thhakne lage more paanv re
tum kahaan chhupe ho saanwre
ho saanwre
ho saanwre

tum kahaan chhupe ho saanwre
do naina bhaye more baawre
tujhe khoj khoj main haari
ab thhakne lage more paanv re
tum kahaan chhupe ho saanwre ae

laakh tumhen hoon bisraati
phir bhi bhool nahin paati
o o o o
o o o o
bichhad gaya jeevan saathi
tel bina jalti baati
jalti baati
aankhon se tera algaav re
hai man mein chhupa ek ghaav re
tujhe khoj khoj main haari
ab thhakne lage more paanv re
tum kahaan chhupe ho saanwre ae

dheere dheere saanjh dhale
ruk ruk meri saans chale
o o aa aa
o o aa aa
dhoondhh thhaki par tum na miley
man tadpe mere praan jaley
mere praan jaley
badi door door tera gaanv re
tere paanv ki deekhe na chaanv re
tujhe khoj khoj main haari
ab thhakne lage morey paanv re
tum kahaan chhupe ho saanwre
ho saanwre
ho saanwre

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“Sant Raghu”(1957) was produced by M K Kapadiya and directed by Chandrakant for Kanak Productions, Bombay. This “bhakti pradhan” movie had Nirupa Roy, Anand Kumar, Ulhas, Bipin Gupta, Lalita Pawar, S N Tripathi, Manorama, Babu Raje, Tuntun, Maujoo, Radheshyam, Bhagwan Sinha, R S Dubey, Champak Laala, Sheila Vaz, Rajkumar, Amrit etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it that had the voices of as many as six singers in them.

Here is the first song from “Sant Raghu”(1957) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata and Talat Mehmood. Bharat Vyas is the lyricist. Music is composed by Avinash Vyas.

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

Listening to the song leaves us in no doubt that this song is influenced from the tune of a well known song from “Naagin”(1946).

With this song, “Sant Raghu”(1957) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Dagmag doley jeewan ki naiyya (Sant Raghu)(1957) Singers-Lata, Talat Mehmood, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-Avinash Vyas
Both

Lyrics

dagmag doley jeewan ki naiya
aaja ban ke patvaar re
aaja ban ke patvaar
o o
hauley hauley aaya khivaiya
naiyya lagaane teri paar re
naiyya lagaane teri paar

o o
dagmag doley jivan ki naiya
aaja ban ke patvaar re ae
aaja ban ke patvaar

o o o
nadiya me paani
paani mein lehre
lehron mein baje ghunghru
raaton mein jugnu
phoolon mein khushbu
waise mere dil mein hai tu u u u
waise mere dil mein hai tu

pihu pihu bole praan papiha
tu hai basant mein bahaar re
tu hai basant mein bahaar
o o o
dagmag doley jeevan ki naiya
aaja ban ke patvaar re
aaja ban ke patvaar

o o o
sang na chhoote
pyaar na toote
o mere jeevan saathi
tera mera mel puraana
jaise diya aur baati ee
jaise diya aur baati

darna na sainyaan
chhodna na bainya
aayi preet manjhdaar re
aayi preet manjhdaar re ae
dagmag doley jeevan ki naiya
aaja ban ke patvaar re ae
aaja ban ke patvaar
o o
hauley hauley aaya khivaiya
naiya lagaane teri paar re
naiya lagaane teri paar

o o
dagmag doley jeevan ki naiya
aaja ban ke patvaar re
aaja ban ke patvaar


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Today (7 august 2017) is the festival of Raakhi aka rakshabandhan. This festival is being celebrated from time immemorial, may be for more than two thousand years or so. Some interesting tales regarding this festival are mentioned in various sources. It would see that amulets were tied by women on men (not necessarily their brothers) for mens’ protection in ancient times. It was later that this practice took the present day form of sisters tying it on brothers’ wrist.

This is the tenth rakshbandhan festival for this blog ! How time has flown ! I still remember the first occasion of Rakshabandhan in this blog which fell on 16 august 2008. I had especially discussed the song Bhaiyya mere raakhi ke bandhan ko nibhaana(Chhoti Bahan)(1959). This blog, which till then had daily visitors in two figures, got visitors in three figures for the first time ! 296 visitors visited the blog that day which was a big deal for the blog at that time. Now of course we get many more visitors these days days and we are now on the verge of clocking one crore (ten millions) visitors in the blog.

We have been discussing Rakhi related songs in the blog on every rakhi festival occasions. We have covered all the well known rakhi festival songs. We have slso lesser known as well as obscure songs related to this festival. Overall, 22 Rakhi festival songs have been covered in the blog till now.

We have not run out of songs of this occasion. In fact, there have been songs that I have been planning to discuss on the past occasion but I was unable to do so for one reason or the other.

For instance, the Rakhi festival song from “Rishta Kaaghaz Ka”(1983) was earmarked by me for posting on the rakhi festival day on 10 august 2014 itself, but for some reason I was not able to do so. This song was under consideration for posting on the net occasions as well.

“Rishta Kaaghaz Ka”(1983) was produced and directed by Ajay Goel for Goel Cine Corporation. The movie had
Nutan, Suresh Oberoi, Master Raju Shrestha, Rati Agnihotri, Raj Babbar, Gajanan Jagirdar, Neeta Mehta, Johnny Walker, Iftekhar, Sudhir, Urmila Bhatt, Jagdish Raj, Sudha Chopra, Brahm Bhardwaj etc in it.

Now finally this Rakhi song from “Rishta Kaaghaz Ka”(1983) makes its appearance in the blog on the rakhi festival occasion of 2017. Like the debut Rakhi song in the blog, this song too is sung by Lata. But while the iconic “Chhoti Bahan” (1959) Rakhi song was picturised on chhoti bahan Nanda tying Raakhi on her elder brothers, here we find Nutan tying raakhi on her chhota bhai, played by Master Raju. Gajanan Jagirdar, Suresh Oberoi, Urmila Bhatt and Brahm Bhardwaj are also visible in the picturisation.

Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Rajesh Roshan.

I am thankful to Prakashchandra who sent this song in 2014 and kept reminding me about this Rakhi festival song on every subsequent occasions as well without feeling bitter or disappointed. There are many more Rakhi festival songs that he has sent me. While I will try to cover some more songs today leave me with Rakhi songs for future use as well 🙂

I take this opportunity to greet one and all on the occasion of this festival.


Song-Chhota sa bhaiyya hamaara (Rishta Kaaghaz Ka)(1983) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Rajesh Roshan

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm
chhotaa saa bhaiyya hamaaraa
behnaa ke dil ka dulaaraa
chhotaa saa bhaiyya hamaaraa
behnaa ke dil ka dulaaraa
sooraj ne dekhaa
chandaa ne dekhaa
sabko lagey kitnaa pyaaraa
chhotaa saa bhaiyya hamaaraa
behnaa ke dil ka dulaaraa

tu hi toh hai meri duniyaa
kaise ye chhootegi
tu hi toh hai meri duniyaa
kaise ye chhootegi
bhai behan ke milan ki ee
dori na tootegi
jag mein kahin rahe tu
doongi main tujhko sahaaraa
chhotaa saa bhaiyya hamaaraa
behnaa ke dil ka dulaaraa

hogaa badaa jis din tu
lekar duaa meri
hogaa badaa jis din tu
lekar duaa meri
pyaar se charchaa karegaa
saaraa zamaanaa teri
kadmon ke neeche hogaa
duniyaa ka doojaa kinaaraa
chhotaa saa bhaiyya hamaaraa
behnaa ke dil ka dulaaraa
sooraj ne dekhaa
chandaa ne dekhaa
sabko lagey kitnaa pyaaraa
chhotaa saa bhaiyya hamaaraa
behnaa ke dil ka dulaaraa


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.

Hullo to all Atulwaasis

So, we are on that date of the year when we write a special post for a very special person. We have two posts by kids of the 70s who grew up listening to the works of this special person. For once I waited to see what these two are going to say before I pen my own thoughts. This is because I have come to realise that the three of us love the same things about this person- his multi talents- singing (first and foremost), comedy (acting), direction, music direction and he has also written a few songs. We are his fans and he was said to be a huge fan of K.L. Saigal. His aim was to sing like Saigal.

Yes yes, I am talking about our very own Kishore Kumar. The one and only actor who could do comedy while romancing his heroine- saw him, again, in “Dilli Ka Thug” this morning and fell in love with his “Hum toh mohabbat karega” all over again. Even in “Haal kaisa hai janaab ka” his romance is steeped in comedy.

But his sober songs were a class apart- “koi humdum na raha, koi sahaara na rah”, “mere Mehboob qayamat hogi aaj ruswa teri galiyon main mohabbat hogi” to name only two.

He was not trained in music classically or any other form; but never sang a note out of tune. I have heard RD Burman say in some interview a long time back (has to be long time ago as he himself died in 1994) that when they were recording “Mere naina sawaan bhaadon phir bhi mera man pyaasa” RD was briefing Kishoreda about the nuances of the song and the raga it was based in. And Kishoreda is said to have replied “tu mujhe yeh sab mat baata, kya gaana hai bol main gaata hoon.” (don’t give me all these details, just tell me what I should sing).

But I know of a song where in Kishoreda has tutored Goddess Saraswati (that is what many consider Lata Mangeshkar to be) on the do-re-mi of Indian music- I mean there is a song where Kishoreda has given playback to Dev Anand (one can’t escape this combination no? ) who is the music tutor to Tina Munim for whom Lata Mangeshkar was the playback. But of course, in another song the vice versa has also happened- Kishoreda has been tutored by Lata.

When Kishoreda finally chose to do more of singing and less of acting was when he re-emerged as the voice of Rajesh Khanna. But his debut as a playback singer had already happened way back in 1948.

If one charts the life and times of Hindi film music from say 1944/45 to 1987 we see that all three of those whom we had special posts on in the last fifteen days- 2 birthdays (Mukesh and Kishoreda) and one death anniversary (Rafisaab) were active at this time (Kishoreda being the last to leave us). And we have a great song by the trio on our blog Hum ko tumse ho gaya hai pyaar ktya karen . (I don’t know if such a song was there in the period when the three were younger.)

Another fact which I just realised is all three had just stepped into their 50s when they passed on… eerie isn’t it?

But we will not talk of sad things when we speak of Kishoreda. He was a full of wit and charm and pranks kind of person.

I am not in the habit of talking of my personal experiences or sharing my thoughts of the time when I was a kid or adolescent or younger (to put it in one word). Why? Because I never used to listen to songs as a Rafi/ Kishore/ Manna/ Mukesh song. I always needed a song to be playing in the airwaves. It is no different even now. I was as much a fan of “Kya hua tera wada” as of “Rafta rafta dekho aankh meri ladi hai” or “main pal do pal ka shayar hoon” or “ae bhai zaara dekh ke chalo”. I suppose I used to connect the songs with the visual images that used to accompany them. But this post is not about me. It is about a singer whose work I have loved.

We all know Kishore Kumar was chosen to be voice of Rajesh Khanna, or that Kishoreda himself credited RK to be cause of his resurgence. This shows that he must have had a humble personality. As far as I can recollect he had been doing great work with Dev Anand, till then. And later too his work with a Dharmendra/ Sanjeev Kumar/ Shashi Kapoor/ Jeetendra/ Amitabh Bachchan/ Vinod Khanna & Mehra/ Rishi & Randhir Kapoor/ or all the other heroes including the ones who debuted in the 70s/80s was not below par.

Can one forget “ghungroo ki tarah”; “musafir hoon yaaron na ghar hai na thikaana”; “pal dil ke paas tum rehti ho”; “intehaan ho gayi intezaar ki”; “geet gaata hoon main gungunata hoon main” to name a few. All these melodies-Oh God! Thank you for giving us Kishore Kumar this date in 1929. Wish you a lot of fun time Kishoreda (as Rajaji has said in his post) with some of your loved ones who are up there with you.

Today I am at a loss as to which song should accompany this post. The statistics page of the blog says that we have 1030 songs of Kishoreda out of a possible 2709. 1679 songs are a few too many to choose from.

But I am choosing the easy way out and showcasing a song which I have mentioned in the post. We already have the song Gaa re mere sang mere saajna of the 70s where Lata tutors Kishore Kumar. Now we shall have the song from the 1980 Basu Chatterjee directed Dev Anand- Tina Munim- Girish Karnad starrer “Manpasand”. The movie was inspired by George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion. So that is the story of the movie in one sentence.

Amit Khanna and Rajesh Roshan were the lyricist and music composer respectively. This is a song which used to be by- heart for me ages ago. I simply love the way they dance through the song specially at the close of the song.

Thinking of you today Kishoreda, missing you too.


Song-Chaaru chandra ki chanchal chitwan (Manpasand) (1980) Kishore Kumar, Lata, Lyrics-Amit Khanna, MD-Rajesh Roshan
Both

Lyrics

saa
sa re ga ma pa ma ga re sa
gaao
sa re ga ma pa ma ga re sa
sa re ga ma pa ma ga re
sa ga
sa ga
phir se gaao
sa re ga ma pa ma ga re
sa ga
sa ga

shaabaash!

chaaru chandra ki chanchal chitwan
bin badra barse saawan
megh malhaar madhur man bhaawan
pawan piya premee paawan
ab tum kaho

chaaru chandra ki chanchal chitwan
bin badra barse saawan
megh malhaar ma

chaaru chandra ki chanchal chitwan
bin badra barse saawan
megh malhaar madhur man bhaawan
pawan piya premee paawan

hmmm
chaaru chandra ki chanchal chitwan
bolo
chaaru chandra ki chanchal chitwan
shaabaash
aage
aage
bin badra barse saawan
shaabaash
chalo aage aage aage badho
chaaru chandra ki chanchal chitwan
bin badra barse saawan

phir se phir se

(dialogue)

sa re ga ma pa ma ga re
sa ga sa ga
re ga ma pa ma ga re sa
re pa re pa
pa dha ni sa ni dha pa ma
ma dha
ga dha pa
ni sa
sa re ga ma pa ma ga re
sa ga sa ga
re ga ma pa ma ga re sa
re pa re pa
pa dha ni sa ni dha pa ma
ma dha ga dha pa ni sa

aawaaz sureeli ka
jaadoo hi niraala hai
aahaahaa ohoho o
sangeet ka jo premee
wo kismat waala hai

aahaahaha
o ho ho ho
tere mere mere tere sapne sapne
sach huye dekho saare apne sapne

phir mera man ye bola bola bola
kya
sa re ga ma pa ma ga re
sa ga sa ga
re ga ma pa ma ga re sa
re pa re pa
pa dha ni sa ni dha pa ma
ma dha ga dha pa ni sa

hey
chaaru chandra ki chanchal chitwan
bin badra barse saawan
megh malhaar madhur man bhaawan
pawan piya premi paawan

ho o o
chalo chaand sitaaron ko
ye geet sunaate hain
aahaha ha ha
oho ho ho
ham dhoom machaa kar aaj
soya jahaan jagaate hain

aahaa ha ha
o ho ho ho
ham tum tum ham gumsum gumsum
jhilmil jhilmil hilmil hilmil

tu moti main maala maala laa laa

armaan bhare dil ki
dhadkan bhi badhhaayi de
ab dhun mere jeewan ki
kuchh sur mein sunaayi de
aahaha haa
ohohoho

rimjhim rimjhim chhamchham gungun
til til pal pal runjhun runjhun
man mandir mein pooja pooja aahaa
sa re ga ma pa ma ga re
sa ga sa ga
re ga ma pa ma ga re sa
re pa re pa
pa dha ni sa ni dha pa ma
ma dha ga dha pa ni sa


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.

Yesterday (31st July 2017) was the birthday of Mumtaz, one of Hindi cinema’s leading heroines in the early 70s.

Yesterday also happened to be the death anniversary of Rafisaab, and our posts were focussed on remembering him. So this post for Mumtaz is being posted a day late. Hopefully, if she is reading this, she won’t mind. 🙂

Anyway, on behalf of the blog, we wish Mumtaz a very happy birthday – and many happy returns of the day.

There have been a fair number of big stars in Hindi cinema but I don’t think there have been many who have “worked their way up the ladder” quite like Mumtaz.

Some got success early and didn’t have to struggle to become stars.

Some struggled early on, with the odd hit, a few flops, and eventually became stars.

In both cases, the goal was to become a star – and any bit roles done did not stereotype the actor, so it was a matter of just getting bigger roles.

But the case of Mumtaz was different. She moved from being a starlet to becoming a B-film “stunt heroine” to often playing the “second” woman to finally move into A-films – and then to become a big star in A-films.

Now that’s quite a career progression.

It’s SO easy in the industry to get stereotyped – if you’re a B-film heroine, chances are you might never get an A-banner. Producers are very conscious of their banner, who they cast – and even A-actors might not want to act opposite B-actors. In Mumtaz’ case, apparently Shashi Kapoor refused to act opposite her in Sacha Jhootha (1970).

This progression is what makes Mumtaz’ career quite amazing. Where others like Nishi, Nazima, and Farida Jalal couldn’t break into A-films as leading ladies, Mumtaz broke that ceiling when she bagged the leading role in Raj Khosla’s Do Raaste (1969).

And after that, there was no looking back.

But let’s start at the beginning.

Mumtaz started as a child artiste role in Sone Ki Chidiya (1958) and followed it up with a few films in the early 60s, mainly in small roles.

Although I haven’t seen the film, she can be seen in the “pankh hoti to ud aati re” song picturisation in Sehra (1963).

And in Rustom Sohrab (1963), another film I haven’t seen yet, there is a beautiful Asha Bhosle song “ab der ho gayi vallah” picturised on her and Premnath.

In the same year, she got a role in Gehra Daag, the Rajendra Kumar – Mala Sinha starrer. Again, a film I haven’t seen.

By then, she was beginning to get B-film lead roles opposite Dara Singh. They acted in many films together – Faulad (1963), Veer Bhimsen (1964), Samson (1964), Hercules (1964), Aandhi Aur Toofaan (1964), Tarzan Comes to Delhi (1965), Tarzan and King Kong (1965), Sikander-e-Azam (1965), Raaka (1965), Boxer (1965), Jawan Mard (1966), Daku Mangal Singh (1966), Do Dushman (1967), Jang Aur Aman (1967), Apna Khoon Apna Dushman (1969)…

The reason for mentioning all these films is to just emphasise how strongly entrenched Mumtaz was in B-films and how strong her partnership with Dara Singh was. Dara Singh was a very popular B-film hero at the time,always playing the role of a strongman, wrestling or breaking iron chains. (Even Naseeruddin Shah, in an interview, once said he was fond of Dara Singh films.)

Mumtaz herself admitted that Dara Singh was largely responsible for her success at that time.

During this period, she also used to do “secondary” roles for bigger banners. Films that come to mind are Kajal (1965), Mere Sanam (1965) – who can forget “ye hai reshmi”, Suraj (1966), Sawan Ki Ghata (1966), Hamraaz (1967), Patthar Ke Sanam (1967).

In Khandaan (1966), she had an important, somewhat negative role, triggering separation in the family.

Mumtaz was growing in stature, no doubt. All these films had big stars and did well – so even when she wasn’t the leading lady, she was getting reasonable opportunity to be known to the audience.

Mumtaz had a good dancing sense too. She could easily impress on a dance floor. In Pyar Kiye Ja (1966), where she is opposite Mehmood in a joint-lead role, she can be seen having fun in “o meri maina”. And who can forget her dance with “aaj kal tere mere pyar ke charche” with Shammi Kapoor in Brahmachari (1968)? And another dance I love – “Ruby O Ruby”, from Chaahat (1971).

It was in 1967 that Mumtaz broke into the big league when she got a lead role (albeit joint-lead) in Ram Aur Shyam. That was a huge thing for her – to star opposite Dilip Kumar.

This was when the next phase of her career started. The B-film “stunt” heroine began getting roles opposite A-film actors. She would still do the “second” heroine role in films like Aadmi Aur Insaan (1969) but lead roles were coming her way. I remember seeing her in Boond Jo Ban Gaye Moti (1967) opposite Jeetendra.

The big turning point then came with Do Raaste (1969). The film was a huge hit – and though it was very much a Rajesh Khanna film, Mumtaz had four songs picturised on her, including the superhit song “bindiya chamkegi”.

No looking back thereafter – Mumtaz just went from strength to strength. Even heroes who were hesitant to work with her earlier, were now happy to work with her.

Mumtaz got her one and only Filmfare award for Khilona (1970). It wasn’t a very big role – and like other roles she had got, this too apparently came to her because it had been rejected by others. But to her credit, Mumtaz not just took the role – she earned an award for it.

I remember there were a number of Mumtaz hit films with Jeetendra in the early 70s.

And around that time, she also had hits with Dharmendra with Jheel Ke Us Paar (1973) and Loafer (1973).

Feroze Khan was another popular co-star. He had gone through his own B-film struggles in the 60s, so their careers were rather parallel in that sense. When Feroze got into film-making himself, he cast Mumtaz in Apradh (1972).

Mumtaz also starred in a couple of Navketan films opposite Dev Anand. The superhit Hare Rama Hare Krishna (1971) and the less-successful (but a film I’m very fond of) Tere Mere Sapne (1971).

But of course, I am saving the best for last. 🙂

For all her other hits with other co-stars (and there were many), Mumtaz’ partnership with Rajesh Khanna was special – it was just phenomenal.

They seemed to have great chemistry – in every film that they were in together (with the exception of their last film together, Aaina), they dazzled.

And since this was the period I remember most fondly from my childhood, many of my Rajesh Khanna memories are linked to Mumtaz. From “ye reshmi zulfein” to “chhup gaye saare nazaare” to “yun hi tum mujh se baat karti ho” to “maine dekha, toone dekha” to “kajra laga ke” to “suno champa suno taara” to “duniya mein logon ko” to “gore rang pe” to “karvatein badalte rahein” to “jai jai Shivshankar” to “chal dariya mein doob jaayen – each one of these songs was very popular in its time, and most of them are popular to this day!

And then it ended abruptly.

Mumtaz got married in 1974 – while still at the peak of her career. Her husband, a successful businessman Mayur Madhvani, lived in England and Mumtaz moved there too. She just wrapped up her last few engagements and bid the industry goodbye.

After that, she could be seen in Aaina (1977) and much later, in 1990, in Aandhiyaan – but her career is best remembered till the mid-70s.

Looking back, even as I have been charting this journey, I have been thoroughly impressed – imagine the person who has gone through the journey herself!

I can only admire Mumtaz for not just sticking it out in the industry (that is tough enough) but for getting to where she eventually did – and then leaving it on her terms.

Now, moving on to the song for today.

It is from Pardesi (1970), a film in which Mumtaz has the lead role opposite Biswajeet. I remember seeing this film as a young boy, but can’t remember the storyline now. I vaguely remember someone falling off a cliff, being bitten by a snake or something like that. 🙂 It was probably Biswajeet – who then loses his memory (the famous “main kaun hoon, kahaan hoon”) as he is then brought back to health by these village folk. He is called Pardesi by them, and lives with them for a while. Not an uncommon storyline in Hindi cinema. 🙂

This film had fairly popular songs composed by Chitragupt – in particular, “lagi na chhutegi” was quite popular. I remember also hearing “pardesi piya o pardesi piya” off and on.

Today’s song is “daaka daale”. To be honest, I have no clue about the situation in the film (this is one film I did not see recently to get the song’s context). But it looks like a typical hero-heroine song out in nature – I am reminded of “kaanto mein phasa aanchal” from Do Dil (1966), also a Biswajeet film, albeit opposite Rajshree.

Anyway, it is quite a pleasant song, wonderfully composed by Chitragupt. Hope you enjoy it.


Song-Daaka daale been tihaari(Pardesi)(1970) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Majrooh sultanpuri, MD-Chitragupta

Lyrics

Daaka daale
O daaka daale been tihaari
Hamre jiyaa pe ho sanwariya re
Ho sanwariya re
Daaka daale
hO daaka daale been tihaari
Hamre jiyaa pe ho sanwariya re
Ho sanwariya re

Julmi ki har taan jaise
Thhaame mori bainya
Julmi ki har taan jaise
Thhaame mori bainya
Ajab si hulchul padi jiyaa mein
Ka karoon sainya
ho ji ho o o
Le gayi tan man been tihaari
Baaj ke bairan loote hamaari
nagariya re
ho nagariya re
Daaka daale
ho daaka daale been tihaari
Hamre jiyaa pe ho sanwariya re
Ho sanwariya re

Sun ke tere bol
main to jaagi sotey sotey
Sun ke tere bol
main to jaagi sotey sotey
Teri lagan mein nikal padi main
Baawri hoke ho ji ho o o
Nainon mein aise jhool gayi main
Jaoongi kaise
bhool gayi main
Dagariya re
ho dagariya re
Daaka daale
ho daaka daale been tihaari
Hamre jiyaa pe
ho sanwariya re
Ho sanwariya re

Mohe ab kya chaandni ho
Ya raina andhiyaari
Mohe ab kya chaandni ho
Ya raina andhiyaari
Teri hi dhun mein thhumak rahi main
Bani matwaari ho ji ho o o
Preet ke ban mein paayal chhanki
Jaagi badan mein tere milan ki
Lahariya re
ho lahariya re
Daaka daale
ho daaka daale been tihaari
Hamre jiyaa pe ho sanwariya re
Ho sanwariya re


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.

Hullo to all Atulites

Today is 1st August 2017 – the birth anniversary of Bhagwan Dada. He would have been 104. Phew! Whatever I know of Bhagwan Dada or Bhagwan is all hearsay and whatever I have read up on the various sites on the net.

Recently there was talk that his superhit “Albela” was to be remade with actors from this era as “Ekk Albela”; don’t know if that happened but there is a video of his most famous song “Bholi Surat Dil Ke Khote” where Mangesh Desai does a Bhagwan Dada and Vidya Balan is Geeta Bali. This video kindled an interest in me and I did some reading up on Bhagwan.

I know he was active in the industry till the 90s though in small roles and playing characters like a guitarist in “Aasha” (1980), “Hamse Badkar Kaun”, “Kasme Vaade”, “Charas”, “Kala Sona” etc. All the movies that I have mentioned had at least one song wherein he got to dance his famous dance made even more famous when Amitabh Bachchan made it his default step.

He had made his debut in the silent era – Criminal; codirected Bahadur Kisan in 1938 and went on to direct a string of low budget stunt and action films that were popular with the working classes. In most of these he played a naive- simpleton.

I have read somewhere that it was a slap (as part of some scene) that he delivered on Lalita Pawar that gave her that famous squint.

He turned producer in 1942 with “Jagruti Pictures” and went on to own “Jagriti Studios” in Chembur, Bombay. He made in “Albela” (1951) which was a huge hit. After this he teamed up again with C. Ramchandra and Geeta Bali to make “Jhamela”.

Details about the movie and the Bhagwan Dada- C. Ramchandra team is available on our blog as part of a post by our very own encyclopaedia.

Today on Bhagwan’s birth anniversary let us have one more song from “Jhamela” (1953) (the 4th to be posted). It is written by another Bhagwan Dada team member- Rajinder Kishan, singers are Lata Mangeshkar and Chitalkar.


Song-Bal khaati ithhlaati aayi hai shaam (Jhamela)(1953) Singers-Lata, C Ramchandra, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-C Ramchandra
Both
Chorus

Lyrics

aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa

aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
bal khaati ithalaati aayi hai shaam
aajaa ki honthon pe teraa hai naam
teraa hai naam
aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa

pyaasi hain ankhiyaan
pyaas bujhaa de
dil ki tadap mere dilbar mitaa de
bhar bhar pilaa de mohabbat ke jaam
aajaa ki honthon pe teraa hai naam
teraa hai naam
aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa

taaron ne halki si li angdaayi
yaad tumhaari aise mein aayi
tum bin aa na sakaa aaraam
aajaa ki honthon pe teraa hai naam
teraa hai naam
aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa

bal khaati ithalaati aayi hai shaam
aajaa ki hothon pe teraa hai naam
teraa hai naam
aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa

humko khabar thhi aaoge ek din
rehte bhi kaise akele ji tum bin
tumse hamein
hamein tumse hai kaam
aajaa ki honthon pe teraa hai naam
teraa hai naam

aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa

balkhaati ithalaati aayi hai shaam
ajaa ki hothon pe teraa hai naam
teraa hai naam

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


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“Maan”(1954) was produced by Rajendra Jain and directed by Safdar Aah Sitapuri for Filmkaar Limited, Bombay. This cosume drama had Chitra, Ajit, Jageerdaar, Kumar, Achla Sachdev, Yashodhara Katju, Kamlesh Kumari, Chandabai, Durga Khote etc in it.

The movie had nine songs in it. Six songs have been covered in the blog.

Here is the seventh song from “Maan”(1954) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata. Kaif Bhopali is the lyricist. Music is composed by Anil Biswas.

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


Song-O o o o phaili hai khabar (Maan)(1954) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Kaif Bhopali, MD-Anil Biswas

Lyrics

o o o o
phaili hai khabar
phaili hai khabar
aaj ye phoolon ki zubaani
aayi hai jawaani
sakhi aayi hai jawaani ee
o o o o
phaili hai khabar
phaili hai khabar
aaj ye phoolon ki zubaani
aayi hai jawaani
sakhi aayi hai jawaani ee
o o o o
phaili hai khabar

maaloom nahin
kiski ye dhun aath pahar hai
maaloom nahin
maaloom nahin
kiski ye dhun aath pahar hai
aahat pe nazar hai
har ek aahat pe nazar hai
aahat pe nazar hai
har ek aahat pe nazar hai
dil bhi hai deewaanaa
meri aankhen bhi deewaani
dil bhi hai deewaanaa
meri aankhen bhi deewaani
meri aankhen bhi deewaani
o o o o
phaili hai khabar
phaili hai khabar
aaj ye phoolon ki zubaani
aayi hai jawaani
sakhi aayi hai jawaani ee
o o o o
phaili hai khabar

milte hi nazar unse mere ae ae ae ae
mere dil ka dhadaknaa
o mere dil ka dhadaknaa
aankhon ka jhapaknaa
meri aankho ka jhapaknaa
maaloom na ho jaaye kisi ko ye kahaani ee
kisi ko ye kahaani
o kisi ko ye kahaani ee
o o o phaili hai khabar
phaili hai khabar
aaj ye phoolon ki zubaani
aayi hai jawaani
sakhi aayi hai jawaani ee
o o o o
phaili hai khabar


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In India, we are often required to attend get togethers (formal/ officials as well as informal/ unofficial etc). Singing of a few film songs is almost always a part of these gatherings, which are sung by enthusiastic singers and their performances are followed by polite clappings.

The songs that are sung on these gatherings are mostly from the golden era originally sung by legends. I often think of that era when these legends were still around me. I would often imagine a gathering where songs were sung not by the enthusiastic singers but by the singers who originally sang these songs. Just imagine participating in a programme where Rafi songs are being sung live by none other than Rafi himself !

During the golden era of HFM, viz from 1950s to 1970s, the playback legends would often visit various cities and towns and sing in public functions.

In eastern part of India, Durga Puja is the most important festival and it would last for many days- typically for for days (saptami to dashmi). The Durga Puja organising committees would arrange for cultural programmes at night on all these days and these cultural programmes would draw big audience. I, growing up in Ranchi, attended lots of such cultural programmes on these nights.

Some durga puja organisers would be more ambitious than others and they would contact legends to participate in their cultural programmes. Some organisers would be even more ambitious and they would invite such legends just as a stand alone function, a musical night. And guess what ! Sometimes these legends would actually agree to participate on these functions.

The true tale that follows is about one such cultural programme that took place some 50 years ago in a small town in West Bengal.

Amirchand informed his friends Dipu and Radhakant that Rafi was coming in for a musical night. Diehard Rafi fans all, they got all enthusiastic about attending the programme. Then Amirchand broke the news that it was not in their city of Calcutta, but at Kanchrapara, a railway town located 50 km away !

On that evening, the three friends had an early dinner and then they boarded a local train to Kanchrapara. Once they alighted at the Railway station, the festive atmosphere and stream of people going in a particular direction meant that they had no difficulty arriving at the railway stadium which was the location for the function.

A large tent was erected and the fucntion was to be held inside it. It turned out that all the tickets were already sold out !

The locals advised them not to lose heart and asked them to wait. In any case, Rafi’s performance was towards the fag end of the programme.

During those days of old, such programmes were not organised for any mercenary purposes. After the tickets were sold out and ticket holders had taken their seats, the side partitions of the tent would be taken out so that even those without tickets could watch from a distance, while being seated on the ground. The stage was quite high so that even people located far off could have decent view.

Finally the partitions were removed for the non ticket holders like Deepu and co. At this moment, something unexpected happened. Deepu noticed an usher cum organiser, proudly sporting the organiser’s large usher badge, coming his way. He was not a stranger, but a familiar face. It was Biman, his childhood acquaintance. “Hey Biman”- Deepu shouted and ran towards him. The two childhood friends hugged each other like how separated at childhood children do in Hindi movies. 🙂

“I did not know that you stay at Kanchrapara”- Deep exclaimed. Biman explained that he lived in the Railway area and it was his youth organisation which was behind this function. He motioned Deepu and his two friends to follow him discreetly. He took then to the front row where their were cushioned seats- seats meant for special guests ! So Deep and his friends found themselves becoming special guests in a programme where they were unable to get tickets just a few hours ago !

It was at around midnight that Rafi made a grand entry with a full throated shot of “Yaahoo”. Mortals, after shouting like this would lose their voice for several days, but it was no ordinary mortal of course ! Audience began to pass on slips with their farmaishes and Rafi saab began to oblige them. He read a slip and asked- “who among you has sent this slip ? Please stand up. This song is my favourite. O duniya ke rakhwaale”.

An old man stood up and raised his hand. “I will sing this song later. Please remind me later.”-Rafi assured him.

Rafi kept singing songs after songs on the farmaishes of audience. There was a farmaish for a duet. He asked for a lady from the audience to accompany him for the duet. A young lady volunteered. The two sang several duets. Rafi took her under his wings and guided her like his child, and covered her lapses expertly.

People were so engrossed that they did not realise that several hours had passed and midnight was giving way to dawn ! A few organisers came up to the stage, perhaps to remind him that it was time to wind up. Rafi requested them to give him a few more minutes. “Is the gentleman still here who requested for duniya ke rakhwaale ?” Rafi saab asked. The old man stood up and raised his hand even before Rafi saab could complete his question.

Rafi saab concluded the programme by singing his favourite song-” o duniya ke rakhwaale”. It had already become daylight by then. Not a sigle soul among the audience had left the area. That was the kind of connect Rafi saab had established with his audience in that small town in Bengal.

Deep and his friends came back home. Full contented and savouring a great experience of a lifetime.

The above experience was easily an experience of the lifetime. Deep aka Deependu Mukherjee shared this experience in his blog in 2016, some five decades later. I stumbled upon this article in december 2016 and I wanted to discuss it in the blog during Rafi saab’s birth anniversary in December 2016. But I could not get Mr Deependu Mukherji’s permission in time to use this article. When he logged into his computer after the Christmas vacation then he came across my request and he permitted me to use this article anyway I wanted. So I am extremely thankful to him for this article as well as his permission. I have gone through this article several times and I get a goosebump every time, and I find the cochlea of my heart getting warmed each time without fail.

Rafi saab singing the farmaishes of his fans live, and the fans lapping up every moment of the experience. Needless to say that the audience who gathered that day fifty years ago were all blessed souls and they would all remember this night as long as they live.

Just imagine Rafi Saab, the undisputed number one playback singer of the era agreeing to participate in a function like this which was truly a function of ordinary music lovers for ordinary music lovers. And Rafi saab merged with the audience like one among them, even seeking out a member of the audience to sing with him ! No airs of superstardom whatsoever ! He never looked at the watch. He in fact took some more time to comply to the farmaish of an old man, remembering to save that song for the last.

The golden era of HFM was from 1949 to 1980. Lots of people contributed in making this era the golden era. It is quite a coincidence that Rafi saab first caught the imagination of public as a playback singer with “Dulaari” in 1949. So Rafi saab making his mark in HFM and HFM entering its golden era happened in the same year.

Coincidence ! Then what about the other coincidence ? The golden era of HFM came to an end in 1980. And Rafi’s tenure in this earth too came to an end in 1980 ! On 31 july 1980, to be precise.

So one can say that the Golden era of HFM began with Rafi and came to an end with him. A coincidence indeed. But what a coincidence. Or may be not.

1980, the last year of Rafi saab on this earth saw some superb songs sung by him. He in fact looked to be firmly on his way to the top once again.

“Asha”(1980) is a movie studded with tremendous songs. One can keep listening to the songs of this movie in loop without feeling bored. All six songs of this movie are timeless gems. Four out of six songs of “Asha”(1980) have already been covered. I was deliberately holding on to the remaining two songs of the movie. Both these songs showcase Rafi’s voice at its very best.

Today (31 july 2017), on this occasion of Rafi saab’s remembrance day, here is this superb Rafi Lata duet from “Asha”(1980). Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

I am surprised that the video of this song is not available. I had seen this movie during its time but I do not recall whether the picturisation of this song was there in the movie. It should be a stage performance song going by the lyrics of the song.

I request our knowledgeable readers with better memories to tell us about the picturisation of this song. I am surprised that this song is decribed as a rare song by some uploaders.

Listening to the audio itself is a divine experience. So here it is as a tribute to Rafi!


Song-Tumko salaam hai (Asha)(1980) Singers-Lata, Rafi, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
Both

Lyrics

ek din bahaar ne ae ae
phoolon se ye kaha
kaanton ki nok par
khilte ho tum magar
hanste ho jhoom kar r r r
zakhmon ko choom kar
insaanon ke liye
deewaanon ke liye
mushqil ye kaam hai
tumko salaam hai
tumko salaam hai
tumko salaam hai
tumko salaam hai
tumko salaam hai
ho o
tumko salaam hai
ho o
tumko salaam hai

kahiye sahibaan
ye daastaan kaisi lagi
ye daastaan nahin ee ee
haan haan ji
haaan nahin
koi payaam hai
tumko salaam hai
koi payaam hai
tumko salaam hai

ho tumko salaam hai
tumko salaam hai
tumko salaam hai
tumko salaam hai

afsos kya
aa aa aa aa aa
afsos kya
ki dil khushiyon se thha bhara
thhoda sa ye agar
chhalka to kya hua
thhoda sa ye agar
chhalka to kya hua
aadha chhalak gaya
khaali nahin hua
aadha bhara hua aa aa
abhi ye jaam hai
tumko salaam hai
tumko salaam hai
tumko salaam hai
koi payaam hai
tumko salaam hai

tumko salaam hai
tumko salaam hai
tumko salaam hai

tumne to bas mujhe ae ae ae ae
tumne to bas mujhe jeena sikha diya
jalwa dikha diya
parda uthha diya
jalwa dikha diya
parda uthha diya
har zakhm daag hai
har gul charaag hai
maalik dimaag hai ae ae
dil to ghulaam hai

tumko salaam hai
tumko salaam hai
tumko salaam hai
tumko salaam hai
tumko salaam hai
tumko salaam hai
tumko salaam hai
tumko salaam hai

is zindagi ko tum m m m m
is zindagi ko tum thhoda sa pyaar do
gham ke bhi raat din
hans kar guzaar do
gham ke bhi raat din
hans kar guzaar do
kyonki ye zindagi
ae mere hamnasheen

koi saza nahin ee ee
ye ik inaam hai
tumko salaam hai
koi payaam kai
tumko salaam hai
koi payaam kai
tumko salaam hai

tumko salaam hai
tumko salaam hai
sabko salaam hai


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“Kinaara” (1949) was directed by Ambalal Dave for New India Theaters, Bombay. The movie had Geeta Bali, Madhusudan Acharya, Ram Singh, Sharda, Kanta Kumari, R S Dubey, Pandey, Charubala, M S Bhalla, Jamu Patel, S Nazir, Bismillah Khan etc in it.

Two songs (out of 12 in the movie) have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Kinaara” (1949) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata. Lyricist of this song is not known. . Madhusudan Acharya is the music director.

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

This rare song marks an “artificial” landmark for the blog. This song is the 2700th song from the decade of 1940s (1941 to 1950) to appear in the blog. The decade had 10254 songs from 1191 movies. The blog now has 2700 songs from 680 of these movies.


Song-O jaane waali ye jawaani chaar din ki (Kinaara)(1949) Singer-Lata, Madhusudan Acharya

Lyrics

o jaane waali
ye jawaani chaar din ki
jaane waali
ye jawaani chaar din ki
ye jawaani chaar din ki
jaane waali ye jawaani chaar din ki
ye jawaani chaar din ki
hansne gaane ki kahaani chaar din ki
ye kahaani chaar din ki
hansne gaane ki kahaani chaar din ki
ye kahaani chaar din ki

do din sukh ke
do din dukh ke
pal bhar mauj bahaar
ha ha ha ha ha
do din sukh ke
do din dukh ke
pal bhar mauj bahaar
dhale jawaani chadhe budhaapa aa aa
dhale jawaani chadhe budhaapa
kar lena tu pyaar
jaane waali ye jawaani chaar din ki
ye jawaani chaar din ki

roop khila kahin dhoop khili
hai masti ka baazaar aar
roop khila kahin dhoop khili
hai masti ka baazaar aar
pyaar se duniya mein bik jaata
bina mol sansaar
pyaar se duniya mein bik jaata
bina mol sansaar
jaane waali ye jawaani chaar din ki
ye jawaani chaar din ki

ye jawaani ee ee ee
ye jawaani ek lahar hai
jyun baadal ki chhaaya
rang raliyaan kar le tu bande ae ae
rang raliyaan kar le tu bande
tarsegi phir kaaya
jaane waali ye jawaani chaar din ki
ye jawaani chaar din ki
jaane waali ye jawaani chaar din ki
ye jawaani chaar din ki
o jaane waali ye jawaani chaar din ki


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“Jai Shree”(1956) was directed by Balchandra Shukla and Harsukh Bhatt for Rajshree Productions, Bombay. HFGK mentions that Rajshree Productiions had apparently bought the distribution rights of this movi and had released it under the banner of Ratndeep Pictures.

The movie had Nimmi, Pradeep Kumar, Lalita Pawar, Jeewan, Jayant, Radhakishan, Roopmala, Chaman Puri, Kesri, Gadadhar Sharma, Jagdeesh Kanwal, Baby Daisy Irani, Master Vijay Kumar etc in it.

This “social” movie had eight songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Jai Shree”(1956) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata and chorus. Gopal Singh Nepali is the lyricist. Music is composed by Chitragupta.

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

With this song, “Jai Shree”(1956)makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Baadarwa chale jhoom ke bijuriya ka munh choom ke (Jai Shree)(1956) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Gopal Singh Nepali, MD-Chitragupta
Chorus

Lyrics

baadarwa chale jhoom ke
bijuriya ka munh chum ke
saanwariya
tum nahin aaye abhi ghoom ke
baadarwa chale jhoom ke
bijuriya ka munh choom ke
saanwariya
tum nahin aaye abhi ghoom ke

o o o
baari umariya meri
jhoome jhoole pe chadhke
jhoome jhoole pe chadhke
jhoome jhoole pe chadhke

utre ghoonghatwa
ude re dupattwa
muft mein jiyara dhadke
haaye raam
haaye raam
purwaiya aaye jhoom ke
jaaye to gesu choom ke
saanwariya
tum nahin aaye abhi ghoom ke
baadarwa chale jhoom ke
bijuriya ka munh choom ke
saanwariya
tum nahin aaye abhi ghoom ke

o o o o
baadarwa taan maare
chham chham boondon ki goli
chham chham boondon ki goli
chham chham boondon ki goli

barkha bahaar mein
rimjhim phuhaar mein
bheege hamaari choli
haaye raam haaye raam
hariyali dole jhoom ke
maasoom kali choom ke
saanwariya
tum nahin aaye abhi ghoom ke
baadarwa chale jhoom ke
bijuriya ka munh choom ke
saanwariya
tum nahin aaye abhi ghoom ke

o o o
jamuna ki dhaar sakhi
chhaaya mein dhoop naache
chhaaya mein dhoop naache
chhaaya mein dhoop naache

machhliya banke
paani mein chhanke
maujon mein roop naache
haaye raam haaye raam
maujon ne chheda jhoom ke
humne bhi chhoda choom ke
saanwariya
tum nahin aaye abhi ghoom ke
baadarwa chale jhoom ke
bijuriya ka munh choom ke
saanwariya
tum nahin aaye abhi ghoom ke


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This blog discusses Bollywood songs of yesteryears. Every song has a brief description, followed by a video link, and complete lyrics of the song.

This is a labour of love, where “new” songs are added every day, and that has been the case for more than nine years. This blog has over 13500 song posts by now.

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Movies with all their songs covered =1015
Total Number of movies covered =3712

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Blog Start date: 19 july 2008

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