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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.

Blog Day :

4397 Post No. : 15774

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No. 47
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Today’s song is from the ‘1967’ movie ‘Naunihaal’ which is eligible for ‘Blog ten-years challenge’ of today, as its song was posted on this day on the blog ten years back.

There were six posts on that day on the blog and that was well going with the average posts per day on the blog then.

The songs represented on 01.08.2010 on the blog were as follows;

Song Movie title-Year Remarks
Raat suhaani jaag rahi hai Jigri Dost-1969 All songs covered
Zulf bikhraati chali aayi ho Ek Kali Muskaayi-1968 All songs covered
Aasmaan se aaya farishtaa pyaar ka sabak sikhlaane An Evening In Paris-1967 All songs covered
Meri aawaaz suno Naunihaal-1967 04 songs posted
Tere mere sapne ab ek rang hain Guide-1965 All songs covered
Dekhi zamaane ki yaari bichhde sabhi baari baari Kaaghaz Ke Phool-1959 All songs covered

Out of the six movies represented then five movies viz. ‘Jigri Dost-1969’, ‘Ek Kali Muskaayi-1968’, ‘An Evening In Paris-1967’, ‘Guide-1965’ and ‘Kaaghaz Ke Phool-1959’ have already covered with all their songs posted on the blog and have attained ‘Yippeeeeee’ status on the blog.

‘Naunihaal-1967’ was directed by Raj Marbros for ‘Mercury Productions, Bombay’.

It had Balraj Sahni, Indrani Mukherji, Sanjeev Kumar, Master Babloo, Harendranath Chattopadhyay, Abhi Bhattacharya, Madhvi, Jagdeep, Asit Sen, Brahm Bharadwaj, Manmohan and others.

This movie had seven songs written by Kaifi Azmi and composed to music by Madan Mohan.

So far, the following four songs from this movie have been posted on the blog;

Song Posted On
Tumhaari zulf ke saaye mein 06.05.2009
Meri aawaaz suno 01.08.2010
Patthar ke bhagwaan pighal jaa 10.05.2013
Na re na re baabu 14.07.2016

Today we are going to listen a song sung by Asha Bhonsle and Usha Mangeshkar. Lyrics are by Kaifi Azmi and music is composed by Madan Mohan.
This song is picturised on Laxmi Chhaya, Madhumati. Manmohan and many others are also seen in the picturization of this song.

Lyrics for the today’s song were sent by Prakashchandra.

Let us now enjoy today’s song …

Full audio

Video (Partial)

Song-Roop ke pujaariyo husn ke bhikaariyo (Naunihaal) (1967) Singers – Asha Bhonsle, Usha Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Kaifi Azmi, MD – Madan Mohan
Both

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)

roop ke pujaariyo
husn ke bhikhaariyo

(loud laughing sound)

roop ke pujaariyo
husn ke bhikhaariyo
aao aao aao gorey gaalon ki bheekh le lo
le lo le lo
kaaley baalon ki bheekh le lo
le lo le lo
gorey gaalon ki bheekh le lo

(mob making loud screaming noise)

mujh se tumko pyaar hai
tumse mujhko pyaar
chhoti si ek baat par kaahe ki taqraar
kaahe ki taqraar
o jee kaahe ki taqraar
raat milan ki jo sajan beet jaayegi
phir ye jawaani naa kisi kaam aayegi

tumne tadpaa diya
haath phailaa diya
ye naa kehna kabhi ee
hamne thukraa diya

le lo le lo le lo le lo le lo
gorey gaalon ki bheekh le lo
le lo le lo
kaaley baalon ke bheekh le lo
le lo le lo
gorey gaalon ki bheekh le lo

(mob making loud screaming noise)

masti meri aankh mein laali honthon par
dekho maine roop kyaa paayaa hai dilbar
paayaa hai dilbar
o maine paayaa hai dilbar

dar se sawaali jo koyi laut jaayega
dard bhare dil ko kahaan chain aayega

jaam chhalkaa diyaa aa
rang barsaa diyaa
dekho pyaar mein
daan kya kya diyaa

le lo le lo le lo le lo le lo
gorey gaalon ki bheekh le lo
le lo le lo
kaaley baalon ki bheekh le lo
le lo le lo
gorey gaalon ki bheekh le lo

(mob making loud screaming noise)

pariyon jaise baal hai hirni jaisi chaal
jaane kaisa aaj hai mere jee ka haal
mere jee ka haal
haaye mere jee ka haal
dil ki tadap dil ki sadaa jaan jaaungi
aaj kaho aaj kahaa maan jaaungi

roz taqraar kyaa
jeet kya haar kyaa
jo bujha de na pyaas
wo mera pyaar kyaa

le lo le lo le lo le lo le lo
gorey gaalon ki bheekh le lo
le lo le lo
kaaley baalon ke bheekh le lo
le lo le lo
gorey gaalon ki bheekh le lo
roop ke pujariyo
husn ke bhikhaariyo
aao aao aao
gorey gaalon ki bheekh le lo
le lo le lo
kaaley baalon ki bheekh le lo
le lo le lo
gorey gaalon ki bheekh le lo


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Blog Day: 4259 Post No.: 15482

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020)-Song No. 12
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“Sunahri Naagin”(1963) was directed by Babubhai Mistry. The movie had Mahipal, Helen, Anwar, Pratibha, Sapru, Ulhas, Kamal Mehra, Ajit, Habib, Shyam Kumar, Ragini, Bir Sakuja, K N Singh, Sulochana, Tun Tun etc in it.

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

Here are the details of the earlier songs covered in the blog:-

Song Posted On
Been na bajaana jaadu na jagaanaa (Sunahri Naagin) 12 march 2010
Tu hi tu hai main dekhaa karoon (Sunahri Naagin) 14 march 2010
Chhedoge mujhko agar jaan ke (Sunahri Naagin) 16 march 2010
Mil ke bhi ham mil na sake (Sunahri Naagin) 3 june 2010
Main to ho gayi re badnaam (Sunahri Naagin) 16 july 2018

As can be noticed, this movie made its debut in the blog on 12 march 2010. Next two songs from the movie were discussed on 14 march 2010 and 16 march 2010. So, a song from this movie was covered on this day ten years ago !

So the movie becomes a candidate for Blog Ten year challenge !

Ten years ago, the daily output of the blog was as low as it is in the present. Nowadays we are plodding along at barely one song a day. Those days, barely one song or two a day were often punctuated by spells of DOT days.

The reason for such slow output was that I was transferred from Jabalpur to Nagpur (in december 2009) and the entire process took upto end of february 2010. During this time I was living a nomad’s life and posting articles was a struggle.

Nevertheless, I was on the verge of settling down, and I had started to post two songs daily by March 2010. Following two songs were covered on this day ten years ago:-

Song Posted On
Chhedoge mujhko agar jaan ke (Sunahri Naagin)(1963) 16 march 2010
Dil le ke jaate ho kahaan(O Tera Kya Kehna)(1959) 16 march 2010

“O Tera Kya Kehna”(1959) has since been YIPPEED in the blog.

Today, as part of “Blog Ten Year Challenge”, here is a synchronised dance song from “Sunahri Naagin”(1963). The song is sung by Lata and Kamal Barot. Indeewar is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandjui.

Resemblence of this song to “Hansta hua nooraani chehra” (Parasmani)(1963) is no coincidence. Both movies were directed by the same director (Babubhai Mistry) and written by the same screenplay writers (Pandit Madhur and Vishwanat Pandey). Both movies had Mahipal as the hero. This song in fact has the same tune. This song could be described as the equivalent song of “Hansta hua nooraani chehra” (Parasmani)(1963) in this movie. I am sure that Laxmikant Pyarelal were the composer of this tune (like that of “Parasmani”) as assistants to Kalyanji Anandji. Lyricist differs though. Here is in Indeewar. In “nooraani” song it was Asad Bhopali.

It is just a quirk of fate that “Hansta hua nooraani chehra” assumed cult status, while this song did not become that well known.

One of the dancers is Helen. I am unable to identify the other dancer. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify the actors visible in the picturisation.

PS-Prakashchandra, our inhouse face recognition expert tells us that the dancers are Madhumati (Helen look alike) and Bela Bose. Occupants of the Raj darbaar throne are Anwar Hussain and Zeb Rahman (aka Preeti Bala).


Song-Yoon na akadiye yoon na bigadiye (Sunahri Naagin)(1963) Singers-Lata, Kamal Barot, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Kalyanji Anandji
Both

Lyrics

yoon na akadiye
yoon na bigadiye
naam bura takraar ka ho ho
kya jaane ho jaaye kisi se
koi pata nahin pyaar ka ho ho
yoon na akadiye
yooon na bigadiye ho ho
naam bura takraar ka ho ho
kya jaane kab ho jaaye kisi se
koi pata nahin pyaar ka ho ho
yoon na akadiye

chaahe jitna bacho
chaahe kitna daro
aji aankhon ka jaadu chalega
chaahe gussa karo chaahe shikwa karo
aji dil to kisi din jalega
aapka ye guroor koi kar dega choor
aapka ye guroor koi kar dega choor
hosh ud jaayega mere sarkaar ka
yoon na akadiye yoon na bigadiye
naam bura takraar ka ho ho
kya jaane kab ho jaaye kisi se
koi pata nahin pyaar ka ho ho
yoon na akadiye

laakh tan ke chalo
laakh ban ke chalo

nazren to mil ke rahengi
honth daabe raho chaahe kuchh na kaho
aji aankhen to sab kuchh kahengi
oonche sar jhuk gaye
kaafile ruk gaye
oonche sar jhuk gaye
kaafile ruk gaye
jaadu dekha nahin aji deedaar ka
yoon na akadiye
yoon na bigadiye
naam bura takraar ka ho ho
kya jaane kab ho jaaye kisi se
koi pata nahin pyaar ka ho ho
yoon na akadiye

aaj jiski ada nahin janchti zara
aji kal dil ko bhaane lagega
jiske haalaat par nahin karte nazar
aji pal bhar mein aane lagega
ye ajab hai jahaan sab hai mumkin yahaan
ye ajab hai jahaan sab hai mumkin yahaan
dil badalta hai pal bhar mein dildaar ka
yoon na akadiye yoon na bigadiye
naam bura takraar ka ho ho
kya jaane kab ho jaaye kisi se
koi pata nahin pyaar ka ho ho
yoon na akadiye


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Blog Day :

4241 Post No. : 15457 Movie Count :

4258

“Jai Jwaala”(1972) also known as “Pooja Aur Paayal”(1972) was a movie produced under the banner of K D Films Bombay. The movie had Sujit Kumar, Sonali, Madhumati, Ram Mohan, Kammo, Chandrashekhar, B M Vyas, Shahid Bijnori, Dinesh Hingoo, Kumud Tripathi, Rukhsana, Ratna, Bhupendra Kumar, Hanifa, Tikkoo, Baby Saeeda, Nirupama, Rehman etc, with special appearances by Sunil Dutt, Sanjeev Kumar, Jaya Bhaduri, Madan Puri, Lata Bose, Gopi Krishan and Johny Walker.

The movie had six songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Jai Jwaala”(1972) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Rafi. Naqsh Llayalpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kamalkant.

The song is picturised as a drunkard song on Sujit Kumar and a mujra dancing Madhumati.

With this song, “Jai Jwaala”(1972) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Ye to mumkin hi nahin hai (Jai Jwaala)(1972) aka (Pooja Aur Paayal) (1972) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Naqsh Llayalpuri, MD-Kamalkant

Lyrics

ye to mumkin hi nahin hai
ki bahak jaaun main
saakiyaa itni pila de
ki mahak jaaun main
saakiyaa itni pila de
ki mahak jaaun main
ye to mumkin hi nahin hai ki
bahak jaaun main
saakiyaa itni pila de
ki mahak jaaun main
saakiyaa itni pila de
ki mahak jaaun main

ye amaanat hai teri
tu jo kahe dil apna
ye amaanat hai teri
tu jo kahe dil apna
aaj kadmon pe tere
jhoom ke rakh jaaun main
saakiyaa itni pila de
ki mahak jaaun main
ye to mumkin hi nahin hai ki
bahak jaaun main
saakiyaa itni pila de
ki mahak jaaun main

aaj ki raat meri jaan ye
tamanna hai meri
aaj ki raat meri jaan ye
tamanna hai meri
ban ke masti teri
aankhon se chhalak jaaun main
saakiyaa itni pila de
ki mahak jaaun main
saakiyaa itni pila de
ki mahak jaaun main
ye to mumkin hi nahin hai ki
bahak jaaun main
saakiyaa itni pila de
ki mahak jaaun main
saakiyaa itni pila de
ki mahak jaaun main
ki mahak
main
ke
main
ki mahak jaaun main
ki mahak jaaun main


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Blog Day : 4011 Post No. : 15118

“Ummeed”(1971), though described as a 1971 release in HFGK, appears to be a movie of early 1960s, which for some reasons was released late. This movie was directed by Nitin Bose for Rajan Films, Bombay. The movie had Ashok Kumar, Nanda, Joy Mukherji, Leela Naidu, Tarun Bose, Leela Mishra, Chandrima Bhaduri, Hazara Singh, Parashram, Husaain, Ravikant, Nazeer Kashmiri, Ramesh, Laxmi Chhaya, Jeewankala, Madhumati, Jankidas, Sabita Chatterji, Tunyun, Agha etc in it.

The movie had seven songs in it. Five songs have already been covered.

Today is the birth anniversary of Bimal Roy (12 july 1909- 8 january 1966). Bimal Roy directed some memorable movies like such as Do Bigha Zamin, Parineeta, Biraj Bahu, Madhumati, Sujata, Parakh, Bandini etc. All these movies are already YIPPEED in the blog.

Bimal Roy was also associated with some other movies in different capacities. For instance, he had edited “Ummeed”.

As a tribute to the famous Bimal Roy, here is a song from “Ummeed”(1971). The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Shakeel Badayuni is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ravi.

The song is picturised as a seduction song on Madhumati, with Tarun Bose playing the seductee.


Song-Thhodi si aur pee le (Ummeed)(1971) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Shakeel Badayuni, MD-Ravi

Lyrics

thhodi si aur pee le
o rangeele
phir allah hi allah
phir allah hi allah
allah hi allah khair wallah
haaye
thhodi si or pee le
o rangeele
phir allah hi allah
phir allah hi allah
allah hi allah
khair sallah haaye
thodi si aur pee le

kismat ne aaj teri mehfil sajaai hai
fasle bahar tere kadmon mein aayi hai
kismat ne aaj teri mehfil sajaai hai
fasle bahaar tere kadmom mein aayi hai
milti hai kisko aisi rang rangeeli raat wallah
thhodi si aur pee le
o rangeele
phir allah hi allah
phir allah hi allah
allah hi allah khair sallah haay haay
thhodi si aur pee le

shola hai tere aage
shabnam ko bhool ja
aaj apne hosh kho de
har gham ko bhool ja
saaqi se le le tu ik jaam badhaa ke haath wallaah
thhodi si aur pee le
o rangeele
phir allah hi allah
phir allah hi allah
allah hi allah khair sallah
thhodi si aur pee le

har shai pe aaj teri daulat ka raaz ho
kal kya ho kaun jaane
jo kuchh ho aaj ho
har shai pe aaj teri daulat ka raaz ho
kal kya ho kaun jaane
jo kuchh ho aaj ho
jeene ka maja lele maan le meri baat tu wallah
haay
thhodi si or pee le o rangeele
phir allah hi allah
phir allah hi allah
allah hi allah khair sallah
haay
thodi si aur pee le


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Blog Day : 3561 Post No. : 14282

“Insaan Aur Shaitaan”(1970) was directed by Aspi Irani for Super Pictures, Bombay. Though described as a “social” movie, it was a suspense movie. The movie had Sanjeev Kumar, Faryal, Sheikh Mukhtar, Aruna Irani, Madhumati, Jaageerdaar, Ifthikar, Heeralal, Shetty, Sheikh, Praveen Pal, Chaman Puri etc in it.

The movie had four songs in it. Three songs have been covered in the past. Here are the details of these three songs :-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Chalte chalo chalta huaa saahil hai zindagi 4871 23-Oct-11
Ham ne jo tumko salaam kiya 6942 3-Nov-12
Koi aaye baahon mein le le 14277 17-Apr-18

Here is the fourth and final song from “Insaan Aur Shaitaan”(1970) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Lyricist of this song is not known. Music is composed by Usha Khanna.

Asha Bhonsle sang three out of four songs in the movie. All these three songs were picturised as cabarat dance songs, but on three different actresses. This song under discussion is picturised on Madhumati. One can also see Sanjeev Kumar, Shetty, Faryal etc in the picturisation.

With this song, “Insaan Aur Shaitaan”(1970) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Teri ada aa haa haa (Insaan Aur Shaitaan)(1970) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics – Indeewar, MD-Usha Khanna

Lyrics

teri ada aa haa haa
meri ada aa haa
donon miley to phir aaye maza
ishq tera aur husn mera
donon miley to phir aaye nasha
aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa

ek akela kuchh bhi nahin hai
donon se banti hai baat
raat se din hota hai suhaana
din se suhaani raat
geet tera aa haa haa
saaz mera aa haa haaa
donon miley to phir aaye maza
ishq tera aur husn mera
donon miley to phir aaye nasha
aa aa aa aa aa
ru ru ru aa aa

aankh miley ya sharaab miley
donon hai manzoor
soorat teri dekhte hi
aa jaata hai suroor
pyaas meri aa haa haa
jaam tera aa haa haa
donon miley to phir aaye maza
ishq tera aur husn mera
donon miley to phir aaye nasha
laar laar laalaa
laar laa laa aa

patthar ka tu dil rakhta hai
aankh teri angaara aa
laakh bura ho phir bhi mujhko
lagta hai tu pyaara aa
jaan meri aa aa
julm tera aa haa haa
donon miley to phir aaye maza
ishq tera aur husn mera
donon miley to phir aaye nasha
aa aa
aa aa aa
laarlaalalalaalaa
ru ru ru ru
aa aa aa aa


This article is written by Sudhir, 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.

Blog Day : 3554 Post No. : 14261

So, minus 1 and plus 1, we still got to the 100th Yippeee film yesterday.

Minus 1 because on 3rd April, Atul ji had announced the Yippeee-ing of the film ‘Razia Sultan’ (1983), after posting its ‘sixth + seventh’ songs together – an announcement that turned out to be incorrect. Avinash ji pointed out that there is still one more song to be posted from this film. With some more leg work and info-search we now have more detailed info about the song list of this film. Below is the details of the songs of ‘Razia Sultan’ that I had shared with Atul ji the same day, in email.

I just checked the 1981-90  volume compiled by Jagdish Purohit and Ghulam Qureshi, with the involvement of Suman Chaurasia of Indore. This volume was published as the HFM lovers were/are waiting for Hamraaz ji to bring out his next volume.

In this volume, the compilers have listed 12 songs for this film. Since ‘Razia Sultan’ is a well known film, and a landmark in itself, I am sure lots of information sources are available and there is less chance that the compilers would be in error. In a musical film like this, number of songs certainly would not be limited to 6/7.

The list of all songs, as per this volume, is

  1. Ae Dil e Nadaan
  2. Aayi Zanjeer Ki Jhankar
  3. Naghma e Mohabbat
  4. Jalta Hai Badan
  5. Hariyala Banna
  6. Ae Khuda Shukr Tera
  7. Khwaab Ban Kar Koi Aayega
  8. Tera Hijr Mera Naseeb Hai
  9. Taraana e Jashn e Taajpsohi
  10. Shubh Ghadi Aayi Re
  11. Ae Dil e Nadaan (this may be part 2, or a reprisal)
  12. Falak Se Awaaz Hai

As per our blog listing, we have as yet covered 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and possibly 11. As per the singer list, the songs 9 and 10 seem to important loaded songs; 9 has 4 singers and 10 has 6 singers. Both these songs have Ustad Faiyaaz Ahmed Khan, and Ustad Niaz Ahmed Khan in the list of singers.

Just like maybe Pakeezaah, the remaining songs are probably less heard, less popular ones, which may drop from the collective memory.  You may recall that the non-Ghalib items in Mirza Ghalib (3 in number) remained obscure for quite a long time, since the radio and the radio listening public focused on the Ghalib creations in this film.

So that was minus 1 for 3rd April.

However, Atul ji is quick to also point out that back on 16th Jan, we had actually Yippeee’d two films together on the same day. That had happened, because both Atul ji and I were separately working on two different Yippeee posts, and our communications to each other regarding the posts seemed to have crossed but not read by each other. So in quick succession, both he and I posted two Yippeee songs that day – “Gaadi Dilli Waali Chali” (‘Delhi Junction’, 1960) and “Soyi Soyi Chaandni Hai. . .” (‘Khazaana’, 1951). In his write up, Atul ji has noted that,

Coming to my observations that we need to reiterate our new year resolutions (Gregorian calender version) on new year (Hindu calender version) as well. On the first day of this year (viz Yesterday 15 january 2018), only the first half of the half the resolution (viz posting a debutant song for the day) was fulfilled till late in the night. Sudhir Ji had posted a “debutant” post for the day. I had noticed that he had planned for a “YIPPEE” post as well. But seeing that the “debutant” post had appeared so late, I was afraid that it might become a race against time to fully fulfil the new year resolution. So I decided to lend a helping hand to Sudhir Ji. I prepared this “YIPPEE” writeup and I decided to post it in case Sudhir Ji was strapped for time (which he certainly is these days).

Fortunately, I found that Sudhir Ji succeeded in posting the YIPPEE writeup just in the nick of time yesterday night, and it was that rollicking title song of “China Town”(1962), viz. Rangeen bahaaron se hai gulzaar China Town.

So the song that I had kept as the backup YIPPEE song was not required.

Today (16 january 2018), we find ourself in the same situation as yesterday. The “debutant” movie of the day was done and dusted with first thing in the morning by Sudhir Ji. Sudhir Ji then asked me for the list of YIPPiable movies, aiming to post the YIPPEE movie of today as well, while I concentrated on the O P Nayyar tribute post.

After the O P Nayyar tribute post was published late, I found that Sudhir Ji has prepared for the YIPPEE song of the day, and it was a song that was not available online as far as I can tell. But like last night, we are against racing against time and I do not find Sudhir Ji at the keyboard right now. So I feel that I need to step in and publish the backup YIPPEE song that I had prepared yesterday. That way, Sudhir Ji can publish his YIPPEE article on the next day.

In fact, as Atul ji was hastening to complete the above Yippeee post for that day, I was equally busy on my keyboard, and almost simultaneously – a difference of about 45 minutes, I too posted the Yippeee post for the day, only to realize immediately that the work is now duplicated. So I immediately went back into my post and added this footnote,

[Ed Note: It was only after this song got posted that I took a breather, only to notice that Atul ji has also already welcomed another film (the previous post) to Yippeee-land today. It most certainly seems like the ‘yippeee-ing hour’, what with two films racing to Yippeee-land, just within minutes of each other. 😀 😀 ]

So, the two miscues cancelled each other out, and we are firmly able to announce that 100 Yippeee films have happened in the first 100 days of this calendar year (Gregorian). 🙂

Now, moving beyond the century yesterday, we come to ‘IOI’ of the Yippeee train today. Atul ji had posted the penultimate song of this film yesterday. Yes, I refer to the 1965 film ‘Sangraam’ – a film that has a full list of very memorable songs. This film made its debut on our blog way back on 12th Nov, 2010. Just see the list below of the songs posted so far. Each one of these songs is a veritable gem – in a mood that is so representative of the music of the 1960s.

Main To Tere Haseen Khayaalon Mein Kho Gayaa Sangraam 1965 3195 12-Nov-10
Masti Mein Doley Jiyaa Ho Sangraam 1965 4270 25-Jul-11
Dam Dam Dam Dam Damroo Baaje Sangraam 1965 10405 25-Oct-14
O Tera Chhup Chhup Ke Chale Aana Sangraam 1965 14093 23-Feb-18
Nikla sainyya chaalbaaz re Sangraam 1965 14255 10-Apr-18

These songs represent a music that was full of verve, full of energy, full of a joyous expression of love, taking in a lot of influence of the western rock and pop genres. Rhythm was more or less the dominant temper of this music, which was made for a popular taste that was already initiated by an increasing influence of western rhythms on the young minds of this nation. The decade of the 1960s was the time when the joys of freedom and the pain of partition were both tending to fade into paler shades, getting better of the passing generations.

The film is produced under the banner of Film India, Bombay, and is directed by Babubhai Mistry. The cast of actors includes Dara Singh, Geetanjali, Randhawa, Swarn Kumari, Maruti, Aruna Irani, Uma Dutt, Ratnamala, Mridula, Vishwas Kunte, Amrit Rana, Yunus Parvez, Baijnath, Helen, and King Kong.

After his earlier cameo appearances in films of 1950s, the first lead role that Dara Singh landed was in the film ‘King Kong’ of 1962. This was followed by ‘Aawaara Abdullah’ in 1963, then ‘Ek Tha Alibaba’, ‘King of Carnival’, ‘Rustom e Baghdad’, also 1963. In 1964, we see him in ‘Aandhi Aur Toofaan’, ‘Aaya Toofaan’, ‘Hercules’, ‘Dara Singh’ (yes, a film titled after his own name), ‘Rustom e Rome’, ‘Baadshah’, ‘Veer Bhimsen’. So when we come to 1965, Dara Singh has already appeared in a lead role in 12 films in just three years. The reason I am making this observation is that when I viewed this film in preparation for this post, I found a very interesting aspect. In this film, he is accompanied in the star cast by his younger brother Randhawa. The two brothers have already appeared together in ‘Aawaara Abdullah’, ‘Hercules’ and ‘Veer Bhimsen’. This is their fourth film together. As I viewed this film, I realized that the dialogues of both are dubbed in voices other than their own. I have not had time to sample once again his earlier films (some of which I know I have seen earlier) to ascertain whether this dubbing aspect is present in any of his earlier films. I do remember reading, well a long time back, that in the initial years of his career, his diction of Hindi/Urdu dialogues was less than desirable, as his voice had a very strong Punjabi accent to it. But I did not realize that he would be going through more than a dozen films and still be required to have his dialogues dubbed. The voice of the dubbing artist is very familiar, but I am not able to place a name to it right now.

The film is a costume drama with a strong element of palace intrigues and lost and found siblings stories. The corrupt Wazir (prime minister) has the king assassinated, and usurps the throne for himself. The king has two sons. The nanny for the two children is able to escape the bloodshed in the palace, along with one of the princes. The Wazir kind of adopts the second son, and raises him on a diet of lies and misinformation, hiding the truth about the death of the king, his father. The Wazir has a daughter, whom he wants to get married to the prince-in-custody. The prince-in-custody also fancies the lady. But the lady had lost her heart to a commoner in one of the villages in the kingdom, during some interludes that are very conveniently created by the story writers. The person she fancies, is actually the other prince, who had been taken away by the nanny and was raised by her in anonymity. So the tale of this film is about how the two brothers at first are enemies on account of fancying the same lady; then some way through the film, the truth about siblings is revealed and they become a team to vanquish the scheming Wazir and reclaim their father’s kingdom. And yes, the younger sibling gracefully steps aside for his elder brother to take over. 🙂

The one more interesting thing that I note about this film is the long drawn fighting sequences. Regular fans of Dara Singh films will recall the name King Kong. Yes, we had a wrestler by this name in that era when freestyle wrestling was a hugely popular spectator sport with the likes of Dara Singh, Randhawa, Goldstein, Imam Bux, Sheikh Ali, Hamida Pehalwan and of course the Great Gama Pehalwan etc. being the big names billed for such events. Believe it or not, but that was an era when for a freestyle wrestling match between some great names, one could expect anywhere from 1 Lakh to 2 Lakh spectators to be present (a Lakh is 100,000).

King Kong was a hugely bulky wrestler. His real name was Emile Czaja, and he was of mixed Indian – Australian descent, born in Hungary. He became a professional wrestler in the sub-continent and also appeared for bouts in all of south east Asia and Japan etc. Like Dara Singh he also migrated into Hindi films during the late 1950s and 60s, and appeared in many films generally as part of the villain’s team that would give a thrashing the heores to start with, and then at the end, get a beating of their lives at the hands of the lead wrestler. On YouTube, there are a few video footage clips of actual wrestling matches between Dara Singh and King Kong. Both of them appeared in many Hindi films together.

King Kong makes an appearance in this film also, as one of the henchmen of the devious Wazir. He has an additional significant presence in this film, as he also plays the father to the the young lady (Aruna Irani) who is the love interest of Maruti, the sidekick of Dara Singh in the film, making up a very detailed CSP (comic side plot). He fights on the side of the baddies, but eventually gives in to the goodies, since his daughter is in love with one of the goodies team member.

Ah yes, so I was talking about the long drawn out fight sequences in the film. They begin to appear almost from the start of the film, continue regularly throughout. Given these segments, the CSP and the songs, the actual story and dialogues have very little room to maneuver themselves. Everything other than the fight sequences seem to be in a hurry to get themselves done with. 🙂

Today’s song is the sixth song in the film. And what a rollicking dance song this one is. The trio of music directors – Lala Asar and Sattaar seem to be outdoing themselves in getting through the songs of this film. The song is filmed as a group dance song. The occasion is that the Wazir’s daughter has fled her father’s palace, choosing to come to the village where Dara Singh resides with his mother (actually his nanny from the royal babyhood days). The Wazir’s soldiers are chasing her, and they have been given a good beating by Dara Singh, Maruti and their team. This song is a celebration of their victory. We see Dara Singh and Geetanjali (Wazir’s daughter) and Dara Singh’s ‘mother’ seated prominently amongst the audience watching this performance. Maruti is part of this group dance. The video clip that is available is somewhat out of focus, on account of colors being splayed a little, as the photochemicals on the celluloid have aged. The face of the lead dancer is not very clear, and before I hazard a guess as to her identity, I request other friends and readers to please help identify this actress.

Enjoy this final song from this film to make it on to the billboard of our blog. And with that, we announce the Yippeee-dom status to this film. All aboard.

 

Song – Dhali Re Dhali Re Saanjh Dhali  (Sangraam) (1965) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Madhukar Rajasthani, MD – Lala Asr Sattaar
Unidentified Male Voice
Chorus

Lyrics

teek teek jhungha ka jhoonga
teek teek jhungi ki jhungi

teek teek jhunga ki jhungi
teek teek jhunga ki jhingi

dhali re dhali re saanjh dhali
chali re chali re main to chali
paayaliya boley re. . .
haule haule jiyara doley
hoye haule haule jiyara doley
hoye haule haule

bol sakhi
mere daaman mein kya hai
machla hua
aa ke mausam chhupa hai
meetha meetha
chhaaya mujh pe nasha hai
meetha meetha
chhaaya mujh pe nasha hai
ye to abhi
pehli pehli ada hai
chain luta
jaane kya ho gaya hai
mann ki lagan
ho ke magan
dol rahi jaise pawan
paayaliya boley re. . .
haule haule jiyara doley
hoye haule haule jiyara doley
hoye haule haule
teek teek jhunga ki jhungi
teek teek jhunga ki jhingi

naam mera
dil pe likhte deewaane
bhanwre sadaa
aayen ras to churaane
aai badi
rang mujh pe jamaane
aai badi
rang mujh pe jamaane
uljhe agar
bolo saawan suhaane
uljhe bina
suljhe naa dil ke taraane
jawaan jawaan chhaaya samaa
husn bhara gora badan
paayaliya boley re. . .
haule haule jiyara doley
hoye haule haule jiyara doley
hoye haule haule
teek teek jhunga ki jhungi
teek teek jhunga ki jhingi

raat nai
aai hai un se milaane
husn chala
ishq pe tan mann lutaane
chaand aaya
aaj mujhko bulaane
chaand aaya
aaj mujhko bulaane
kaun hai wo
hum se lagi tu chhupaane
preet bhare
nain batiyaan na maane
behki nazar
jaaun jidhar
aata mujhe
wo hi nazar
paayaliya boley re. . .
haule haule jiyara doley
hoye haule haule jiyara doley
hoye haule haule

dhali re dhali re saanjh dhali
chali re chali re main to chali
paayaliya boley re. . .
haule haule jiyara doley
hoye haule haule jiyara doley
hoye haule haule

aaaa aaaa aaaa aaa aaaa
(haule haule jiyara doley
hoye haule haule jiyara doley)

aaaa aaaa aaaa aaa aaaa
(haule haule jiyara doley
hoye haule haule jiyara doley)

aaaa aaaa aaaa aaa aaaa
(haule haule jiyara doley
hoye haule haule jiyara doley)

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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टीक टीक झुंघा का झूंघा
टीक टीक झुंघी का झुंघी

टीक टीक झुंघा की झुंघी
टीक टीक झुंघा की झिंघी

ढली रे ढली रे साँझ ढली
चली रे चली रे मैं तो चली
पायलिया बोले रे॰ ॰ ॰
हौले हौले जियरा डोले
होए हौले हौले जियरा डोले
होए हौले हौले

बोल सखी
मेरे दामन में क्या है
मचला हुआ
आ के मौसम छुपा है
मीठा मीठा
मुझपे छाया नशा है
मीठा मीठा
मुझपे छाया नशा है
ये तो अभी
पहली पहली अदा है
चैन लुटा
जाने क्या हो गया है
मन की लगन
हो के मगन
डोल रही जैसे पवन
पायलिया बोले रे॰ ॰ ॰
हौले हौले जियरा डोले
होए हौले हौले जियरा डोले
होए हौले हौले
टीक टीक झुंघा की झुंघी
टीक टीक झुंघा की झिंघी

नाम मेरा
दिल पे लिखते दीवाने
भँवरे सदा
आयें रस को चुराने
आई बड़ी
रंग मुझपे जमाने
आई बड़ी
रंग मुझपे जमाने
उलझे अगर
बोलो सावन सुहाने
उलझे बिना
सुलझे ना दिल के तराने
जवां जवां छाया समां
हुस्न भरा गोरा बदन
पायलिया बोले रे॰ ॰ ॰
हौले हौले जियरा डोले
होए हौले हौले जियरा डोले
होए हौले हौले
टीक टीक झुंघा की झुंघी
टीक टीक झुंघा की झिंघी

रात नई
आई है उनसे मिलाने
हुस्न चला
इश्क़ पे तन मन लुटाने
चाँद आया
आज मुझको बुलाने
चाँद आया
आज मुझको बुलाने
कौन है वो
हमसे लगी तू छुपाने
प्रीत भरे
नैन बतियाँ ना माने
बहकी नज़र
जाऊन जिधर
आता मुझे
वो ही नज़र
पायलिया बोले रे॰ ॰ ॰
हौले हौले जियरा डोले
होए हौले हौले जियरा डोले
होए हौले हौले

ढली रे ढली रे साँझ ढली
चली रे चली रे मैं तो चली
पायलिया बोले रे॰ ॰ ॰
हौले हौले जियरा डोले
होए हौले हौले जियरा डोले
होए हौले हौले

आsss आsss आsss आsss आsss
(हौले हौले जियरा डोले
होए हौले हौले जियरा डोले)

आsss आsss आsss आsss आsss
(हौले हौले जियरा डोले
होए हौले हौले जियरा डोले)

आsss आsss आsss आsss आsss
(हौले हौले जियरा डोले
होए हौले हौले जियरा डोले)


This article is written by Sudhir, 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.

Blog Day : 3496 Post No. : 14053

It would be late 1960s, early 1970s – फिल्में देखने का चस्का चढ़ा था। Did not have much more than some fanciful fancies at that time, and very little understanding. I would fancy the heroes, especially Dev Anand, Rajendra Kumar etc. And I would have lasting crush on the leading ladies; generally lasting for a few weeks. I would fancy them to be my leading ladies 😉 – Sadhna, Asha Parekh, Mumtaz, Saira Banu etc.

Besides these two types of fancies, there was, yes one more. This was not so much of a fancy, rather it was more of an abhorrent fright. Of a special person when he appeared on the screen. And a panic would run through the mind and I would clutch a parent’s hand and whisper “oye, Pran aa gaya”.

Such was the dread in the minds of us pre teen kids. Whenever we saw him enter the frame, our hearts were like – now something bad is going to happen. He is going to bully someone, he is going to beat up someone, he is going to insult someone, he is going to cheat someone, he is going to put his weight on a lady and make her scream. . . Ah yes, these were the type of stereotype images that were associated with Pran, and we despised him for all our childhood.

Fast forward now to mid 1990s. I was in the US, and had a long stint in the city of Lansing in Michigan, working on a state govt. project. Lansing is comparatively a small town, despite the fact that it is the capital of Michigan state. There were only two other things besides the state government – the state university and a cornflakes factory owned by Kellogs. And being in Michigan, we were snowed in for six months, and chilled out for another four. We just got a warm season for two months – July and August.

So there was not much to do in that town, other than concentrate on your work. For me, there was a grand saving grace. The small town had a big video library of Hindi films, run by a Pakistani national and a very dear friend, to date – Akbar Bhai. It was not long before I became his best customer, and just for my sake, he would communicate with other dealers in the country and sometimes even travel out, to get the films that I would be requesting of him. I purchased two Toshiba VCRs, bought many packs of VHS tapes, and spent a lot of time copying videos of songs from the VHS tapes that I rented from him.

Sorry for this longish digression, I am coming to the point. The net is that for the few years that I spent in Lansing, I watched and replayed a ton of Hindi films that were available on VHS – of course my choice would taper off after 1970s. In one set of many weeks together, the movies that I rented from him, were a combination of many leading heros, and many genres. But all of them had one thing in common. The villain was Pran. In each and every one of these films, Pran would be getting a hiding of his life in the last 10 to 15 minutes of every film. After having sat through probably a score of films over a period of 4 to 5 weeks, my mind changed and started sympathizing with him. No matter what the film was, he would get beaten up black and blue at the end. And to add insult to injury, he was forced to apologize and plead for forgiveness, or summarily be taken away by the police.

Really telling you, I started to feel sorry for him. And I started to wonder. Day in and day out, he would be shooting films with his co stars, and on every set and every studio floor, he would be taking a beating in front of hundreds of onlookers, every single time. And my mind started to build upon a psychology of such an individual. Of course it did strike me somewhere within this analysis, that yes, money is also involved. But then I rationalized – if I were given money, just for getting beat up every week and in every film I worked in, I would throw away the money, and walk away. But the money angle aside, I used to wonder at this gluttony for punishment. In every film, he misbehaves with ladies, he cons his own family members, he bullies and beats up people. And then, he gets beat up real good for the happy ending of a film. And my mind was like – does this guy never learn? Does he never give up?

I never did see the film ‘Guddi’ (1971) in its first runs. I would get to see it many years later, maybe on Doordarshan or maybe on a VHS play. An inkling of the true nature of this gentleman – I encountered for the first time in this film. Kusum (a teenager, role played by Jaya), who is smitten with a crush for actor Dharmendra, is taken to Bombay by her uncle, Utpal Dutt, and is given a tour of the film studios – a view of how the films are actually made, and what these stars are in real life behind the scenes. So there is a scene, in which Jaya is with Dharmendra, and Pran walks by. They greet each other; and Kusum is hiding behind Dharmendra in fear. Dharmendra admires Pran’s wrist watch, and Pran immediately takes it off and presents it to Dharmendra. After Pran leaves, Jaya reacts strongly, insisting to Dharmendra to return the watch – “इस में कोई चाल है” is what she says. Dharmendra starts to laugh, and then explains. That Pran Saab in real life is an impeccable gentleman, a complete reverse of what his screen image is. He is an amiable, a very friendly, a very kind and a very helpful person.

Along with Guddi (Kusum), it was also a wiping away of a fanciful sheen in my mind, associated with the person called Pran. Then of course, from 1967 onwards, he had started appearing in character roles other than as a villain, and had a complete makeover of his outward personality over the next few years.

But that image has sustained, because the films exist. That is what typecasting does to you. In reality, Pran is somewhat of a popular name in north India, amongst Punjabi and Hindi speaking families. In the 1950s and 60s, the dread of his roles was so great that actually, families stopped naming their children with the word Pran, and its variations. The Gabbar Singh gloat about “बीस बीस कोस तक॰ ॰ ॰” was still to come many years later. 😀 😀

Today (12th Feb) is the birth anniversary of Pran Saab. I have picked this song from the 1964 film ‘Pooja Ke Phool’ for the anniversary remembrance today. Yes, there is a particular reason. It is one of the rare occasions, when Pran Saab has lip sync-ed a song, and danced on screen, from the era of his continued reign as the arch villain of Hindi films. Of course, after 1967 and ‘Upkar’, when he transitioned into character roles, and that too in a big and significant way, he got to perform many a song on screen. In fact, there was a period of time in 1970s and 80s that specific and meaty roles were written for him, and the screen performance almost always included a song lip synced by him. But in the era till the 1960s, he just has an occasional song assigned to him.

Although I have not made a definitive search for them, I recall the following; the duet “Jise Dhoondhti Phirti Hai Meri Nazar” from the film ‘Sheesh Mahal’ (1950); then the fun song from ‘Munim ji’ (1955) – “Dil Ki Umangen Hain Jawaan”. This latter song is also a unique piece of music – Pran Saab has sung for himself in this song. Yes, of course, the iconic “Hai Aag Hamaare Seene Mein. . . Hum Bhi Hain, Tum Bhi Ho” from the musical bonanza ‘Jis Desh Ganga Behti Hai’ (1960). Sterling performance, as Pran Saab rides two horses simultaneously, standing on the back of the horses, one foot on each horse.

And then we come to today’s song. The song is a dance sequence being performed by Gopikrishan Maharaj and Madhumati. In the three antaraa song, the middle antaraa turns out to be a fantasy play, as Pran, who is actually an audience on the side, daydreams himself to be performing the song, along with Sandhya Roy. the lady companion that I am not able to name. So the middle antaraa is performed on screen by Pran Saab and Sandhya Roy his lady companion. Now this performance, a folk dance type steps, trying to emulate someone none other than the great Gopikrishan Maharaj himself, is a type of performance that one does not associate with him (at least in this phase of his career), and none other that I have seen in any other film. I request our knowledgeable friends and readers on the blog to please add more such instances, if they are aware. And yes, the request also includes help to identify the actress who is his lady companion in this clip.
[Ed Note: The lady companion in this clip is identified as Bengali actress Sandhya Roy, as per the inputs provided by Shri Partha Chanda.]

‘Pooja Ke Phool’ is the typical south Indian family drama that is produced by the prestigious banner of AVM and directed by Bheem Singh. The extreme emotionalism of such family dramas, plus the complexity (zaniness??) of the plots and sub plots, sometimes makes this category of films insufferable. So in this film, Pran is the husband of the niece of Dharmendra. Forget the age factor, even the appearances of the characters do not do justice to them. To top it, he (Pran) is also having an amorous fling on the side. In this song, we see him come to see this street performance along with his lady love from the extra-marital affair. Dharmendra too, chances to be on the spot. He sees the two together, and walks away in anger. A little later in the film, the lady starts to demand rights and shares as a wife. She threatens to kill him. The two meet, and in the melee that ensues, the lady gets killed. Mohan Choti is an eyewitness. However, Dharmendra takes on the blame, just so that his niece’s life and home is not jeopardized. Case comes to the court. Ashok Kumar is the public prosecutor, and he has this personal thing against Dharmendra – he has ditched Ashok Kumar’s daughter, and married someone else. Now enter the daughter, Mala Sinha, who is also a lawyer. She comes to the court as the defense lawyer for Dharmendra. Despite his repeated confessions in the court, the case is made to continue. Dharmendra and Mala Sinha were an amorous pair once, but circumstances led Dharmendra to marry a blind girl (Nimmi). If all this does not sound too complicated yet, maybe it is time to watch the film itself. 😀 😀

Not saying too many things about the film, I must confess that I am quite bowled over by the music and the songs. The list if songs is quite impressive, as given below.

Meri Aankhon Se Koi Neend Liye Jaataa Hai 2861 28-Aug-10
Dil Todna Kisi Ka Ye Zindagi Nahin Hai 2886 1-Sep-10
Ab Do Dilon Ki Mushqil 2892 2-Sep-10
Meow Meow Meri Sakhi Achchi Achchi Meri Sakhi 3345 14-Dec-10
Sanam Apni Palkon Pe Tujh Ko 6824 9-Oct-12
Pehle Meri Aankhon Ke Chiraagon Ko Bujhaaya 12598 21-Nov-16
Banda Parwar. . . Raat Ke Andhere Mein Yun Chori Chori Chale Kidhar 14034 8-Feb-18

The songs of this film have been penned by Rajendra Krishan and the music is composed by Madan Mohan.

I would like to write about one more thing, related to this song. The choreography of this dance is done by Gopikrishan Maharaj himself. And that simply is excellent. The dance movements are very imaginatively sequenced, and very excellently executed, including the facial expressions and the twitching of eyebrows. The pace of the song and the pace of the singing is – fast. And the dance steps themselves are so energetic and so beautifully arranged. Pran Saab surely has his work cut out as he takes on the 2nd antaraa on screen.

So now let us enjoy this wonderful peppy dance number. And remember this very lovable villain of the Hindi cinema.

Song – Hey Jamaalo. . . O Mera Pyaar Meri Jaan Kabhi Aazma Lo  (Pooja Ke Phool) (1964) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Rajendra Krishan, MD – Madan Mohan
Mohammed Rafi + Asha Bhosle
Male Chorus
Female Chorus
All Chorus

Lyrics

aaaa aaa aaa aaaa
aaaaaa aaa aaaaaaa

hey jamaalo
o wah wah hey jamaalo
haan hey jamaalo
o wah wah hey jamaalo
o mera pyar meri jaan
kabhi aazma lo
o mera pyar meri jaan
kabhi aazma lo
hey jamaalo
hey wah wah hey jamaalo
hey jamaalo
hey wah wah hey jamaalo
ho ye hai teer ye kamaan
zara dil nikaalo
ho ye hai teer ye kamaan
zara dil nikaalo

ho ho ho
ho ho
ho ho ho
ho ho
o ho ho
o ho
ho ho ho
hoye hoye hoye

tere haathon mar jaayenge
naam jahaan mein kar jaayenge
marte marte dil ki jholi
pyaar se tere bhar jaayenge
o ho tere haathon mar jaayenge
bade dekhe marne waale
pyaar ka dum bharne waale
hey jamaalo
hey jamaalo
hey jama..aa..aalo
o mera pyar meri jaan
kabhi aazma lo
hey jamaalo
wah wah hey jamaalo
ho ye hai teer ye kamaan
zara dil nikaalo

ho ho
hummm hummm
ho ho
hummm hummm
o ho
hummm
hummm
o ho
hummm
hummm
hey..ey..ey

dekho kaise deewaane hain
pankh nahin aur parwaane hain
hum se ye kya chaal chalenge
apne jaane pehchaane hain
o ho dekho kaise deewaane hain
jaan le lo gham na hoga
ishq mera kam na hoga
hey jamaalo
hey jamaalo
hey jama..aa..aalo
o ye hai teer ye kamaan
zara dil nikaalo
hey jamaalo
wah wah hey jamaalo
o mera pyar meri jaan
kabhi aazma lo

jeete ji tum kyon maanoge
mar jaayenge pehchaanoge
jaan liya hai pyaar tumhaara
aao pakdo haath hamaara
o ho aao pakdo haath hamaara
muskura ke do sahaare
hum tumhaare tum hamaare
hey jamaalo
hey jamaalo
hey jama..aa..aalo
ho mera pyar meri jaan
kabhi aazma lo
hey jamaalo
hey wah wah hey jamaalo
hey jamaalo
hey wah wah hey jamaalo
ho ye hai teer ye kamaan
zara dil nikaalo
ho ye hai teer ye kamaan
zara dil nikaalo

hey jamaalo
hey jamaalo
hey jamaalo
hey jamaalo

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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आsss आss आss आsss
आssss आss आssssss

हे जमालो
ओ वा वा हे जमालों
हाँ हे जमालो
ओ वा वा हे जमालों
मेरा प्यार मेरी जान
कभी आज़मा लो
ओ मेरा प्यार मेरी जान
कभी आज़मा लो
हे जमालो
हे वा वा हे जमालों
हाँ हे जमालो
हे वा वा हे जमालों
हो ये है तीर ये कमान
ज़रा दिल निकालो
हो ये है तीर ये कमान
ज़रा दिल निकालो

हो हो हो
हो हो
हो हो हो
हो हो
ओ हो हो
ओ हो
हो हो हो
होए होए होए

तेरे हाथों मर जाएँगे
नाम जहान् में कर जाएँगे
मरते मरते दिल की झोली
प्यार से तेरे भर जाएँगे
ओ हो तेरे हाथों मर जाएँगे
बड़े देखे मरने वाले
प्यार का दम भरने वाले
हे जमालो
हे जमालो
हे जमा॰॰आ॰॰आलो
ओ मेरा प्यार मेरी जान
कभी आज़मा लो
हे जमालो
वा वा हे जमालों
हो ये है तीर ये कमान
ज़रा दिल निकालो

हो हो
हुम्ममम हुम्ममम
हो हो
हुम्ममम हुम्ममम
ओ हो
हुम्ममम
हुम्ममम
ओ हो
हुम्ममम
हुम्ममम
हे॰॰ए॰॰ए

देखो कैसे दीवाने हैं
पंख नहीं और परवाने हैं
हम से ये क्या चाल चलेंगे
अपने जाने पहचाने हैं
ओ हो देखो कैसे दीवाने हैं
जान ले लो ग़म ना होगा
इश्क़ मेरा कम ना होगा
हे जमालो
हे जमालो
हे जमा॰॰आ॰॰आलो
ओ ये है तीर ये कमान
ज़रा दिल निकालो
हे जमालो
वा वा हे जमालों
ओ मेरा प्यार मेरी जान
कभी आज़मा लो

जीते जी तुम क्या मानोगे
मर जाएँगे पहचानोगे
जान लिया है प्यार तुम्हारा
आओ पकड़ो हाथ हमारा
ओ हो आओ पकड़ो हाथ हमारा
मुस्कुरा के दो सहारे
हम तुम्हारे तुम हमारे
हे जमालो
हे जमालो
हे जमा॰॰आ॰॰आलो
हो मेरा प्यार मेरी जान
कभी आज़मा लो
हे जमालो
वा वा हे जमालों
हे जमालो
वा वा हे जमालों
ओ ये है तीर ये कमान
ज़रा दिल निकालो
ओ ये है तीर ये कमान
ज़रा दिल निकालो

हे जमालो
हे जमालो
हे जमालो
हे जमालो


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“Ek din Aadhi Raat”(1971), an obscure “Social” movie was directed by Kamal Sharma for Mahesh Chitra, Bombay. This movie had Kumkum, Sujeet Kumar, Aruna Irani, Asit Sen, Praveen Paul, Meenakshi, Mohan Choti, Baldev Mehta, Master Dev Anand, Niraml Anand etc, with guest appearances by Manmohan, Jagdev and Lata Sinha.
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This article is written by Sudhir, 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.

Saga Of Sleepless Nights – 4
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kankariya maar ke jagaaya. . .
kal tu mere sapne mein aaya. . .

I believe this is another so verily a commonplace experience, waking up in the darkness of the night. The structured minds and the regimented ‘scientific’ thought process, has a very different view of what this sleeplessness is. On the other hand, a romantic, poetic mind will have an expression so totally different, and so wonderfully human. And if that mind is familiar with, and is a connoisseur of Hindi film music, that mind will have simply no difficulty in understanding. For there is so much that the song writers have written, and so much that the singers have rendered. . . about this waking up in the middle of a deep sleep.
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This article is written by Sudhir, 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.

This post is the 13600th post, 600th song of Sahir Ludhianvi and 1100th post of Sudhir Jee in the blog.

One more song that I can’t believe has not yet been included in the annals of our blog. Such a melodious, lilting and fast paced lovable song. It used to be aired on the radio quite regularly, and was one of the listening favorites. The vintage is 1964, and so quite well still retained in the memory. As I started to search for a Sahir song for this post today, I was not quite satisfied with some of the ones that showed up as possible candidates. You see, as we progress and post more songs, and the artist counts starts to close in to their total no. of songs, then in all likelihood, the better ones, the favorite ones are mostly accounted for on the blog. So if one is looking for a favorite song as a representative work of an artist, it becomes quite an effort to locate one.
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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.

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