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5306 Post No. : 17386

“Chehra”(1946) was directed by Rajendra Sharma for Upright pictures, Bombay. The movie had Najma, Kamal Jamindar, Suraiya Zulfi, Mustafa, Jugal Kishore, Kneez, Baby Anwari, Baldev Raj etc.in it.

The movie had nine songs. Five songs have been covered so far.

Here is the sixth song from “Chehra”(1946). Mohantara Talpade is the singer. The song is written by I C Kapoor. Music is composed by M A Mukhtaar.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.
audio link:

song-Man ke mankon ki maala (Chehra)(1946) Singer-Mohantara Talpade, Lyrics-Ishwar Chand Kapoor, MD-M A Mukhtaar

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)

man ke ae ae mankon ki maalaa
prem kee dor piro
prem kee dor piro
haree charanan mein laayee hoon oon oon
ab jo ho so ho

meera aa aaa aaa aa
meeraa ne girdhar naam kee
goonthhi thhee ek maalaa aa
aa aaa aa
goonthhi thhee ek maalaa aa aa


seet ne sri raam chandra ke
galey mein usko daalaa aaa aa aaaa
galey mein usko daalaa aa aa
phir jo seep ke ae ae
chun chhun moti ee
phir jo seep ke ae ae
chun chhun moti ee ee
nainan mein ban jyot
bhakti ke komal taaron mein
liye hain aaj piroye
ab jo ho so ho o

o o o o
narsi ne ae man ke mandir mein
haree naam ko paalaa aaa
hari..eee naam ko paalaa
soordaas ne
soordaas ne ae aankhein phodeen
jag mein aen
jag mein kiyaa ujaalaa
jag mein kiyaa ujaalaa

man ke ae mankon ki maalaa
prem kee dor piro o o
prem ki dor piro
hari..eee charanan mein laayee hoon oon oon
ab jo ho so ho o o


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5303 Post No. : 17376

“Chehra”(1946) was an obscure movie. Very little information is available on this movie. Our inhouse encyclopeadia, Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh, while discussing a song from this movie, had shared some rare information about this movie.

According to those details, T”Chehra”(1946) was directed by Rajendra Sharma for Upright pictures, Bombay. The movie had Najma, Kamal Jamindar, Suraiya Zulfi, Mustafa, Jugal Kishore, Kneez, Baby Anwari, Baldev Raj etc. All these actors were small time actors. The Suraiyya Zulfi in this movie was different from the famous Suraiyya.

This movie, which was released in 1947, flopped badly. The movie had nine songs and these songs ended up being forgotten. Even HFGK could not get much details about the songs of the movie. Singers of most of the songs were unknown according to HFGK. Gradually, the songs of this movie have become available online. This blog already contains four songs out of nine.

Here is the fifth song from “Chehra”(1946). HFGK is silent about the singer. Listening to the song , it is clear that it is sung by Shamshad Begam and chorus. I C Kapoor is the lyricist. Music is composed by M A Mukhtaar.

The lyrics are quite raunchy to listen to. Those days, songs with this kind of lyrics sometimes faced the ire of the censores. Apparently, this song had no such problem, seeing that this as well as other songs of this movie were hardly played on radio or loudspeakers so few people were even aware of these songs.

Only audio of the song is available. So it is difficult to guess how and on whom this song was picturised.


Song-Haath gore gore gulaabi rang waale (Chehra)(1946) Singer-Shamshad Begam, Lyrics-I C Kapoor, MD-M A Mukhtar

Lyrics

Haath gore gore gulaabi rang waale
karen ishaare kahen aao jee
meri oonchi atariya pe aao jee
aao jee
meri oonchi atariya pe aao jee
haan jee
gore gore gulaabi rang waale
karen ishaare kahen aao jee
meri oonchi atariya pe aao jee
aao jee
meri oonchi atariya pe aao jee

angiya ke palle more khul khul jaayen
patli kamar bal khaaye khaaye jaaye
angiya ke palle more khul khul jaayen
patli kamar bal khaaye khaaye jaaye
o mora ubhra jobanwa tumko bulaaye
mere dil pe
mere dil pe raaja jee dekho nikle hai haaye
nikle hai haaye
suno jee
aur kuchh suno jee
meri oonchi atariya pe aao jee
aao jee
meri oonchi atariya pe aao jee

meri zulfen hain kaali
mere gaalon pe laali
maine haathhon pe menhndi lagaai re
meri zulfen hain kaali
mere gaalon pe laali
maine haathhon pe menhndi lagaai re
o mora bhola sa man
gora gora badan
ye jawaani
haaye jawaani ki duniya basaai re
basaai re
?? looto jee dil ko lutaao jee
dil ko lutaao jee
meri oonchi atariya pe aao jee
aao jee
meri oonchi atariya pe aao jee
haath gore gore gulaabi rang waale
karen ishaare kahen aao jee
meri oonchi atariya pe aao jee
aao jee
meri oonchi atariya pe aao jee


Shamshad Begam (14 april 1919- 23 april 2013) is no more. She was the seniormost among all the survivors from the earliest days of Hindi movie music. She in fact was senior to all the legends of the golden era of Hindi movie music. She was more or less a contemporary of the likes of K L Saigal, Khursheed, Amirbai Karnataki etc.
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This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog.

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The Voice of Mukesh #11
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The year is 1946, and the song “Dil Jalta Hai. . .” from ‘Pehli Nazar’ (1945, MD – Anil Biswas) is now well known. The staying power and popularity of this song can be judged from the fact that over the years, many people started to consider this song as his debut song, completely forgetting his other songs from 1941 to 1944. With this success behind him, Mukesh was now a more sought after singer, as is evident from the dramatic increase in his singing assignments in 1946.
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This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog

The Voice of Mukesh #10
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The first five years of Mukesh’s career, from 1941 to 1945 were sketchy, and not very productive. The available records show that he sang 14 songs in six films during these five years. His singing did not capture much attention, and Mukesh was a discouraged man, contemplating to leave Bombay and return home to Delhi. But then in 1945, ‘Pehli Nazar’ happened, under the baton of Anil Biswas. And after the release of ‘Pehli Nazar’, Mukesh’s career was on the up and up.
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