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This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, 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 other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

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#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 78 # Singer – Mahendra Kapoor #
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Today 9th January is the birth anniversary of Singer Mahendra Kapoor (9 January 1934 – 27 September 2008). Had he been alive today he would have been eighty-five years old.

On today’s occasion here is a song from the 1972 movie ‘Maalik’ sung by Mahendra Kapoor and composed by Kalyanji -Anandji. Lyrics are by Rajinder Krishan.

I have vague memories of watching this film on ‘Doordarshan’ and do not remember it now. In my childhood I had been hearing this song ‘Kanhaiyya Kanhaiyya Tujhe Aana Padega’ on loud speakers during the ‘Janmashtami’ festival. This song was very popular in those years. And after watching this movie ‘Maalik’ on ‘Doordarshan’ around 1983-1985, I came to know it was from this movie. However today on the occasion of birth anniversary of Singer Mahendra Kapoor, I am presenting herewith another Krishna song from the same film.

‘Maalik’ was directed by A Bhim Singh for Bharat Movies, Madras. It was produced by Vasu Menon. It had Sharmila Tagore, Rajesh Khanna, Deven Verma, Sonia Sahni, Bipin Gupta, Shivraj, Umesh Sharma, NS Bedi, Prem Kumar, Kabir Kumar, Baby Pinki and Ashok Kumar (in a special appearance). Story for this movie was written by Balamurugan. Dialogues of this movie were written by Rajinder Krishan (who also wrote the lyrics for all songs in this movie). Editing of this movie was done by A Paul Doraisingam. NS Bedi was also the dialogue director of this movie. This movie was passed by the Censor Board on 26.10.1972.

Rajesh Khanna played a different role in this movie from what was expected from him then and that too when he was on the peak of his career. May be because of that the movie didn’t fare well at the box-office, and may be because people might not have like to watch Rajesh Khanna in this type of role.

Our group of friends then who were the fans of Rajesh Khanna, did not like this movie much when we watched it on ‘Doordarshan’ then in 1983-85. And I remember next day we had discussed this movie and Kaka’s role in it at length. (But that is the matter for another article on Rajesh Khanna series. 🙂

The brief about this movie ‘Maalik-1972’ as given on IMDB is as below;

Rajesh and Savitri are in love, and soon they get married. They soon realize that they have a number of differences, the main one being that while Rajesh is a devout Hindu and worships Lord Krishna, Savitri does not believe in God. This leads to a number of arguments, yet both continue on with their married life. Soon a child is born to them. Unfortunately, the child is born without hands and legs. Both are anguished by this, and decide to placate God by visiting various places of worship all over India, little knowing that the truth lies elsewhere.

This movie has total thirteen songs as listed in HFGK Vol-V (1971-1980). Out of these thirteen songs, the singer’s name has not been mentioned for one song. Out of the remaining twelve songs we have one solo sung by Kishore Kumar, one solo by Lata Mangeshkar, three solo songs sung by Mahendra Kapoor and seven duets of Mahendra Kapoor with Lata Mangeshkar. That way, including the multiple version songs we have Mahendra Kapoor’s voice in as many as ten songs in this movie.

There was one movie made with the same title as ‘Maalik’ in ‘1958’. Five songs from this 1958 movie are already posted on our blog.

Today ‘Maalik’ of 1972 makes its debut on the blog. Here is this first song from this movie appearing here which is sung by Mahendra Kapoor and chorus.

Let us now listen to the today’s song in the voice of Mahendra Kapoor and chorus.

Radhe Krishna bol mukh se
tero kya laage re mol

Song – Radhe Krishna Bol Mukh Se (Maalik) (1972) Singer – Mahendra Kapoor, Lyrics – Rajendra Krishna, MD – Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

aaaa aa aa aa
radhe krishna bol mukh se ae
radhe krishna
bol mukh se
radhe krishna bol
tero 
kya laage re mol
tero
kya laage re mol
tero
kya laage re mol
ho ho o o o
radhe krishna bol mukh se
radhe krishna bol tero
kya laage re mol
tero
kya laage re mol

(western dance music)

pee le shyam naam ka pyaala
aa aa aa aa
pee le shyam naam ka pyaala
aur ho ja saancha matwaala
aur ho ja saancha matwaala
girdhar ke rang mein rang ja
re rang ja
tero
kya laage re mol
tero
kya laage re mol
tero
kya laage re mol

(western dance music)

natwar se preet lagaa le
ae ae ae ae
natwar se preet lagaa le
chhavi sundar man mein basaa le ae
chhavi sundar man mein basaa le
bansi ki dhun mein kho ja re kho ja        
tero
kya laage re mol
tero
kya laage re mol
ho ho o o
radhe krishna bol mukh se
radhe krishna bol mukh se
radhe krishna bol
mukh se re
radhe krishna bol

(western dance music)

radhe krishna bol
radhe krishna bol
radhe krishna bol
radhe krishna bol

(western dance music)

radhe krishna bol
radhe krishna bol

(western dance music)

radhe krishna bol
radhe krishna bol
radhe krishna bol
radhe krishna bol

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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आ आ आ आ
राधे कृष्ण बोल मुख से ए
राधे कृष्ण
बोल मुख से
राधे कृष्ण बोल
तेरो
क्या लागे रे मोल
तेरो
क्या लागे रे मोल
तेरो
क्या लागे रे मोल
हो ओ ओ ओ
राधे कृष्ण बोल मुख से
राधे कृष्ण बोल
तेरो
क्या लागे रे मोल
तेरो
क्या लागे रे मोल

(पाश्चात्य संगीत)

पी ले श्याम नाम का प्याला
आ आ आ आ
पी ले श्याम नाम का प्याला
और हो जा सांचा मतवाला
और हो जा सांचा मतवाला
गिरधर के रंग में रंग जा
रे रंग जा
तेरो
क्या लागे रे मोल
तेरो
क्या लागे रे मोल
तेरो
क्या लागे रे मोल
 
(पाश्चात्य संगीत)

नटवर से प्रीत लगा ले
ए ए ए ए
नटवर से प्रीत लगा ले
छवि सुन्दर मन में बसा ले ए
छवि सुन्दर मन में बसा ले
बंसी कि धुन में खो जा रे खो जा
तेरो
क्या लागे रे मोल
तेरो
क्या लागे रे मोल
हो हो ओ ओ
राधे कृष्ण बोल मुख से
राधे कृष्ण बोल मुख से
राधे कृष्ण बोल
मुख से रे
राधे कृष्ण बोल

(पाश्चात्य संगीत)

राधे कृष्ण बोल
राधे कृष्ण बोल
राधे कृष्ण बोल
राधे कृष्ण बोल

(पाश्चात्य संगीत)

राधे कृष्ण बोल
राधे कृष्ण बोल

(पाश्चात्य संगीत)

राधे कृष्ण बोल
राधे कृष्ण बोल
राधे कृष्ण बोल
राधे कृष्ण बोल

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It is felt that changes take place slowly, especially in a country like India. Nevertheless, one cannot imagine how much India has changed in the last half a century or so. Actions that were considered acts of bravery and machismo those days are today wrong, undesirable, unhealthy, unsafe and even illegal. For instance, tiger hunters were considered saviors of humanity in India and they were respected by every one. Books written by hunters were taught in schools and colleges. Likewise felling trees and clearing space was considered a work of development and progress which was an act of nation building.

Today, killing tigers and other wild animals is illegal in India. In fact, movies showing animals must carry a disclaimer that no animals were harmed while picturising them. As for trees, entire Rail industry ran on wooden sleepers made out of trees felled on mass scale. In fact, olden steam locomotives in many countries (including India) used wood (and not coal) as fuel. Today, felling a single tree is considered a bigger crime in India than killing human beings.

Smoking was considered a macho male act. Today smoking itself is considered an unhealthy act that destoys one’s lungs and lead to cancer. Heroes are no longer shows smoking in movies unlike in the past and there too the statutory warning is required to be carried out.

In olden days, studying was good and playing was bad.

“padhoge likhoge banoge nawaab
kheloge koodoge hoge kharaab”

It was a very popular saying in India for many decades. Today of course no one believes in it. Sports have become professional and top sportsmen (often school dropouts) in lucrative sports earn such high incomes that majority of studious people can only dream about.

Likewise, government policies that were considered great those days have ended up becoming discredited. India followed socialism for the first four decades after its independence. By late 1990, this policy led to the counttry becoming virtually bankrupt and that policy has been discarded by now.

“Maalik” (1958) was directed by S M Yousuf for Sunny Art Production. The movie had Talat Mehmood, Suraiyya, Lalita Pawar, Roopmala, Jeevan, Mukri, Radhakrishen, Kumar , Jagdeep etc in it.The movie had eight songs in it. Four songs have been covered in the past. The last song from the movie was covered in 2014.

The song under question was planned by me to be discussed in 2014 itself and I had decided to make it post number 9929, to be posted in june 2014. Somehow this song did not materialise then. Now, more than four years later, here is this song from “Maalik”(1958). It is fair to say that the messages contained in the song would be considered by and large irrelevant today. 🙂

The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and chorus. Shakeel Badayuni is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ghulam Mohammad.

Only the audio of this song is available. My guess is that this song is sung by a school teacher to her pupils who enthusiastically sing along in approval. 🙂

I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Padhoge likhoge banoge nawaab (Maalik)(1958) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Shakeel Badayuni, MD-Ghulam Mohammad
Asha Bhonsle + Chorus
Chorus

Lyrics

padhoge likhoge
banoge nawaab tum
banoge nawaab
jo kheloge koodoge
hoge kharaab tum
hoge kharaab
padhoge likhoge
banoge nawaab tum
banoge nawab
jo kheloge koodoge
hoge kharab tum
hoge kharab

jo bachche kabhi likhte padhte nahin
wo izzat ki seedhi pe chadhte nahin
jo bache kabhi likhte padhte nahi
wo ijjat ki sidi pe chadhte nahin

yahi din hain padhne ke padh lo kitaab
yahi din hai padhne ke padh lo kitab
padhoge likhoge banoge nawab tum banoge nawaab
jo kheloge koodoge hoge kharab tum
hoge kharaab

buraai ke raste se bach kar chalo
buraai ke raste se bach kar chalo
kabhi jhooth bolo na chori karo
kabhi jhooth bolo na chori karo
agar mar bhi jaao na peena sharab nahin peena sharab
agar mar bhi jaao na peena sharab
padhoge likhoge banoge nawab tum banoge nawaab
jo kheloge kudoge hoge kharab tum
hoge kharaab

jawaan hoke bharat mein Nehru bano
jawaan hoke bharat mein Nehru bano
tum inte bade ho ke Bapu bano
tum inte bade ho ke Bapu bano
jawaan hoke bharat mein Nehru bano
tum inte bade ho ke Bapu bano

na ho duniya bhar mein tumhaara jawaab
na ho duniya bhar mein tumhaara jawaab
padhoge likhoge banoge nawab tum
banoge nawaab
jo kheloge kudoge hoge kharaab tum
hoge kharaab


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.

“Maalik” (1958) was directed by S M Yousuf for Sunny Art Production. The movie had Talat Mehmood, Suraiyya, Lalita Pawar, Roopmala, Jeevan, Mukri, Radhakrishen, Kumar , Jagdeep etc in it.
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This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog.

I had taken it for granted that the song ‘zindagi ki kasam ho chuke unke ham’ from film MAALIK (1958) has already been discussed in this blog. When I saw the movie-wise list of songs just to know in which year this film was released, I found that two songs from this film have been discussed and this song was not one of them.
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I have listened to this song a few times in the past, but I was not aware of the details of this song.
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I wonder how I had never heard this song before. For that matter I had not heard about this movie either.
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