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“Buniyaad”(1972) was produced and directed by Virendra Sharma for Pragati Chitra International movie. The movie had Shatrughan Sinha, Farida Jalal, Yogita Bali, Rakesh Roshan, Bindu, Faryal, Pran, Jankidass, Sajjan etc in it.

The movie had four songs in it. One of these songs, the most well known one, has been covered in the past.

Here is the second song from “Buniyaad”(1972) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Kishore Kumar and chorus. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

The picturisation shows Rakesh Roshan (playing college student) teasing Yogita Bali (playing his fellow college student). Teasing a fellow college student of the fair se would be severely frowned upon. But in Hindi movies of those days, the hero, no matter what role he played ( a student, a monk, a musician, a soldier, a teacher, a fakir), teasing the lead actress in the beginning of the story was considered a necessary part of his job description. The leading lady would resent it, but by the end of the song, she would miraculously turn over a new leaf and would begin to fall in love with the hero, which to me appears quite a demeaning thing to do for the lady.

The small mercy that I can think of was that this movie did not do well at the bo office and so not too many people may have seen this movie and this song. Even I became aware of this song only just now.

So, here is this song from “Buniyaad”(1972), which is the second song from the movie to appear in the blog.

The western music tends to grow on the listener after one has heard this song a few times. I feel that this is a song that is better heard than seen.


Song-Main hoon kismatwaala dilwaala matwaala(Buniyaad)(1972) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
Chorus

Lyrics

tararararara ho o
hi hi
hi hi

main hoon kismat waala
dilwaala matwaala
main hoon kismat waala
dilwaala matwaala
phenka hai
teri taraf
sikka phir haseena ne
dil apna
ik sapna
prem ke khel mein ae
main hoon kismat waala
dilwaala matwaala
main hoon kismat waala
dilwaala matwaala

seene se
tararum
laga loon main
tururu
aankh mein
tararara
chhupa loon main
o o
koi aur na leke ud jaye dil meri gori ka
pyaar ka ye ek tohfa hai
nahi maal ye chori ka
uu
main hoon kismat wala
dilwala matwala
main hoon kismat waala
dilwaala matwaala

tarararara ru
diriririruru
dererere
ruru
tarararara

garmi ka
tararum
maheena hai
tururu
chehre pe
tarararara
paseena hai
o o
garmi ka
maheena hai
chehre pe
paseena hai
koi aisi baat karo ke dil mein thhand pad jaaye
haaye chain aa jaaye
jo tumse aankh lad jaaye
uh
main hoon kismat waala
dilwaala matwaala
main hoon kismat waala
dilwaala matwaala

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“Aaye Din Bahaar Ke”(1966) was produced by J Omprakash and directed by Raghunath Jhalani for Filmyug Private Limited. The movie had Dharmendra, Asha Parekh, Naazima, Sulochana Latkar, Raj Mehra, Rajendranath, Balraj Sahni, Sunder, Mubarak, Sabita Chatterjee, Leela Mishra, Dulari, Madhu Apte, Khairati, Sarita Devi, Brahm Bhardwaj, C.S.Dubey, Nazir Kashmiri, Lata Bose etc in it.

The movie had seven songs in it and all of them were quite popular songs. Five of these songs have been covered in the blog. Here is the sixth song from “Aaye Din Bahaar Ke”(1966) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata and Mahendra Kapoor. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

The song is picturised as a song that was popularly described as the lead pair (Asha Parekh and Dharmendra) running around trees, though it is more like rolling on the grass and trampling them in the process, as far as I can tell. 🙂

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra quite some time back.


Song-Ye kali jab talak phool ban ke khiley (Aaye Din Bahaar Ke)(1966) Singers-Lata, Mahendra Kapoor, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

ye kali
jab talak
phool ban ke khiley
intzaar intazaar
intzaar karo
intzaar karo
intazaar woh bhala kya kare
tum jise
beqaraar beqaraar
beqaraar karo

intzaar karo

pyaar mein pyaar ki bhi ijaazat nahin
pyaar mein pyaar ki bhi ijaazat nahin
berukhi hai aji ye mohabbat nahin

aa raha hai maza
tum shikaayat yahi
baar baar
baar baar
baar baar karo
intzaar karo
intzaar woh bhala
kya kare
tum jise
beqaraar beqaraar
beqaraar karo
beqaraar karo

husn pe to asar hone waala nahin
aa aa aa
husn pe to asar hone waala nahin
ishq tum ko na kar de deewaana kahin
hai ye deewaangi bhi qubool
tum agar
hamse pyaar
hamse pyaar
hamse pyaar karo
hamse pyaar karo

ye kali jab talak
phool ban ke khile
intzaar intzaar
intzaar karo
intzaar karo

roz hamne bayaan ye fasaana kiya
roz hamne bayaan ye fasaana kiya
roz tumne naya ik bahaana kiya

ye bahaana magar
aakhri hai sanam
aitbaar aitbaar
aitbaar karo
intzaar karo
intzaar woh bhala
kya kare tum jise
beqaraar beqaraar
beqaraar karo
beqaraar karo

intzaar intzaar
intzaar karo
intzaar karo
hamse pyaar
hamse pyaar
hamse pyaar karo

intzaar karo


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 (27 april 2017), sometime around noon, I got to hear the very sad news that Vinod Khanna had passed away.
I had logged onto Twitter for a bit – and immediately saw a tweet saying “One of the most handsome actors of Hindi movies. RIP”. My heart sank. Soon it was clear that the person being discussed, and now trending as a hashtag, was our own beloved Vinod Khanna.

Recently a picture of Vinod Khanna had been circulating on social media. It shocked many (including myself) as it showed him in a very frail condition. I, for one, was not even aware that he was ailing. But nowadays, with advances in medical science, you tend to expect recovery, especially for someone barely 70.

It was not to be.

The end was therefore unexpected for me – and I think, for many.

All day today, my thoughts have been with Vinod Khanna. He was “my generation” and therefore the memories were even stronger. Much like the memories that came streaming into my mind when Rajesh Khanna passed away a few years ago.

Just to clarify, when I say “my generation”, I don’t mean he was my age. I consider the 1970s “my generation”, because that is the decade of my childhood, when I have most memories of watching, and being aware of, films. After that, especially approaching the mid-80s, it wasn’t quite the same – so I don’t consider films after, say 1982, as “my generation”. I know it’s arbitrary, but that’s how I see it.

Vinod Khanna was bang in “my generation”. Sure, he acted well after that too, but his rise in films, and his popularity, happened in the 1970s and continued later.

Vinod Khanna. Have we seen a more handsome actor in the last 40 years? Women swooned over him – and understandably. When he was a villain in his early career, however mean his role was, you really didn’t want him to be beaten up by the hero. He was too good-looking for that. 🙂

My first distinct memories of Vinod Khanna are probably associated with Mere Apne (1971). I distinctly remember seeing this film as a kid – it was a very different sort of film, with Vinod Khanna and Shatrughan Sinha the main characters, and Meena Kumari in a very different role. The song “koi hota, jisko apna”, picturised on Vinod, became very popular.

Those were the days of the Rajesh Khanna tsunami. Many newcomers joined the industry aspiring to be the next big hero. Anil Dhawan, Navin Nischol, Kabir Bedi, Amitabh Bachchan, Vijay Arora, Rakesh Pandey and many more.

The scene was crowded – the likes of Vinod Khanna and Shatrughan Sinha went the “villain” route to make a connect with the audience. They were popular villains too, but when they got lead roles and the crowd happily accepted them, they made the switch.

I remember seeing many of Vinod Khanna’s films at the time when he acted “villain” roles – Aan Milo Sajna, Purab aur Paschim, the fantastic Mera Gaon Mera Desh and Ek Bechara, to name just a few.

I also remember seeing films like “Hum Tum Aur Woh”, where he was cast opposite South Indian actress, Bharathi. Then there were other films like Kache Dhaage, Gaddaar and Aap Ke Khaatir, the last of these best-known for the hugely popular “Bambai se aaya mera dost”.

At that time, being a young teenager, I was much impressed by “Imtihaan”, a film about a teacher and his experiences in a school. The song “ruk jaana nahin, tu kahin haar ke” was not only very popular, it was very inspirational and motivational for many, including myself, at the time.

Then there was another film “Inkaar” which I saw at that time, and really liked. It was one of those James Hadley Chase type stories – I need to rewatch it.

I remember, sometime around 1978, Filmfare magazine had, as its cover story, the top three heroes of the time. No.1 was obviously Amitabh Bachchan, No. 2 was Dharam but at no.3, surprisingly for me, was Vinod Khanna. Not Shashi Kapoor or Jeetendra or Rishi Kapoor or even the redoubtable Sanjeev Kumar, but Vinod Khanna. (At that time, they also had Hema, Zeenat and Parveen as the top three heroines).

I don’t know what their criteria was – and this isn’t intended to compare actors – but my point is, Vinod was one of those stars whose star value was not always self-evident.

The late 70s were the days of the multi-starrer – and Vinod had his fair share of them. Hera Pheri, Amar Akbar Anthony, Khoon Pasina, Parvarish, Muqaddar Ka Sikandar, The Burning Train, Qurbani – all big films of the time, featuring Vinod Khanna.

There was also a Vinod solo – Lahu Ke Do Rang, with the popular “chaahiye thoda pyaar”. I think this film did well at the box-office. I remember I quite liked it.

And then, suddenly (at least to me it was sudden), Vinod quit films. To join Osho. He was right on top of his game at the time – but for some reason, he chose to take that step.

Anyway, he was back after a few years for his second innings. During this period he had films like Dayavan and Chandni, both making an impact on the audience, even if he shared screen space with Feroze Khan in Dayavan, and was not the male lead in Chandni.

I sort of lost track after that – though I did see him in Jurm (1990), looking every bit as handsome as he’d looked 15 years earlier.

The most recent film of his that I happened to watch was Dabangg – that was in 2010. He acted even after that – most recently in Dilwale (2015) but I haven’t seen any of his films after Dabangg.

So a career that started with Man Ka Meet (1968) went on for almost 50 years!

And oh, before I forget to mention it, Vinod Khanna was more than just an actor. He joined politics in the late 90s and won elections from Gurdaspur. As far as I know, unlike many film stars who joined politics and failed to connect with their constituencies, Vinod Khanna was actually popular in the Gurdaspur constituency.

So, all in all, quite a life, quite a career. His family would be proud of him.

As I reflect on his career today, I can only thank him for giving me these memories. And since he was “my generation”, that makes it even more special for me.

Coming to the song for today.

Late in the evening, I got this wish to write on the blog for Vinod Khanna. I checked for a few songs I had in mind – they were all already in there. Then, to my surprise, I noticed that this song, which was quite popular in its time, was still not on the blog.

I quickly contacted Atul to inform him that I planned to do a write-up and would it be ok if I used this song. I wanted to be sure it wouldn’t clash with any other planned post. He said “go ahead”.

So here is “meri dushman hai ye”, probably better known as “ye khidki jo band rehti hai” from Main Tulsi Tere Aangan Ki (1978).

This film, best-known for getting two yesteryear biggies, Asha Parekh and Nutan, to act together was a big hit, as far as I remember. The title song was extremely popular at the time.

I last saw the film ages ago, sometime in the late 70s. It was a film revolving around Asha Parekh, who Vijay Anand is in love with, and Nutan who he is married to. Vinod Khanna is Vijay Anand’s son from Asha Parekh but is brought up with great love by Nutan. This causes resentment for Deb Mukherjee, Nutan’s own son, especially when he gets to know that Vinod Khanna is not even Nutan’s own son. After some misunderstandings, where Vinod Khanna typically plays big brother-shielding-younger-brother, all ends well.

The song is sung by Rafisaab, with lyrics by Anand Bakshi and music by L-P. I remembered this picturised on Vinod Khanna, so I went looking for it today, but I myself hadn’t heard it in a while.

So, while presenting it here on the blog, I just want to remember Vinod Khanna again.

Go well, Sir – and rest in peace.


Song-Ye khidki jo band rahti hai (Main Tulsi Tere Aangan Ki)(1978) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

Meri dushman hai ye
Meri uljhan hai ye
Bada tadpaati hai
Dil tarsaati hai
Ye khidki khidki
Ye khidki
Ye khidki jo band rehti hai
Ye khidki jo band rehti hai
Meri dushman hai ye
Meri uljhan hai ye
Bada tadpaati hai
Dil tarsaati hai
Ye khidki khidki
Ye khidki
Ye khidki jo band rehti hai
Ye khidki jo band rehti hai

Lagta hai mela na jaane kahaan
Aashiq jawaan hote hain yahaan
Arrey sabko pataa hai ye daastaan
Is ghar mein hai ek ladki jawaan
Aankhen jhuka ke guzro is gali se
Aane jaane waalon se kehti hai
Ye khidki
Ye khidki jo band rehti hai
Ye khidki jo band rehti hai

Gham ki ghata hai
ye chhant jaayegi
Aahon se deewaar phhat jaayegi
Jab saamne se ye hat jaayegi
Ghoonghat mein gori simat jaayegi
ik roz khul jaayegi toot ke ye
Kitni nazron ke teer sehti hai
Ye khidki
Ye khidki jo band rehti hai
Ye khidki jo band rehti hai

Aaye kabhi chaubaare mein wo
Kuchh soche mere baare mein wo
Arrey baatein kare do ishaaron mein wo o
Chup se khadi hai us kinaare mein wo
Us paar wo hai
Aur is paar main hoon
Nadiya beech mein behti hai
Ye khidki
Ye khidki jo band rehti hai
Ye khidki jo band rehti hai


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When I switch on the computer and open the blog in the morning, I have two things in mind. First, I need to find a song that would YIPPEE a movie, and second, a song that would cause a movie to make its debut in the blog.
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“Shrimaan Funtoosh”(1965) was directed by Shantilal Soni for S B Production, Bombay. The movie had Kishore Kumar, Kumkum, Anoop Kumar, Mohan Choti, Ashalata, Kesari, Harin Chattopadhyay etc in it.
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“Majboor” (1974) was the first movie with this title that I became aware of. Later I came to know that movies wit the same title were released in 1948 and 1964 as well.
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Hullo to all in Atuldom

Wishing that everyone in this Kingdom of Atulsongaday has the power to withstand the early summer that we are experiencing this year, the sun seems to be unusually hot.
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“Jigri Dost”(1969) was directed by Ravi Nagaaich for Vijaylaxmi Pictures. The movie had Jeetendra, Mumtaz, Basant, K. N. Singh, Komal, Agha, Nirupa Roy, Aruna Irani, Jagdeep, Prem Kumar etc in it.
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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.

After yet another fairly long absence from the blog, I am back here with this post.

As I said in my previous post, this absence has purely to do with my tendency sometimes to withdraw from social contact and go into a shell. It is a phase I go through and has absolutely nothing to do with any specific individual or group.

Least of all, this blog.
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“Imtihaan”(1974) was directed by Madan Sinha for New Arts Pictures, Bombay. This movie had Tanuja, Vinod Khanna, Bindu, Ranjeet (special appearance), Abhi Bhattacharya, Asit Sen, Sapru, Murad, C S Dubey, Abhijit Sen, Shashtri, Amrit Patel, Sunayna Santosh, Uday Arora, Neel Oberoy, Sonika Khanna, Dewal Verma, Naveen Pandya, Vijay Kumar, Bhanwar Shrivastava, Ibrahim, Seema, Madhu, Jugnu, Durga, Ravi Kanwar, Sunil Rege, Ibrahim Khan, Geeta Shah, Shankar Bhake, Nasir, Farooque, Chanda, Kamal etc in it.
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