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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 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 :

4678 Post No. : 16356

Hullo Atuldom

The last time I had written a post for Mother’s Day was in 2016 – Mere chehre mein chhupa hai meri maa ka chehra . In that post I had mentioned how the idea of mother’s day came about. This day has been celebrated in the USA since 1914 as per a proclamation by Woodrow Wilson declaring the second Sunday of May as Mother’s Day.

As far as Indians are concerned everyday is Mother’s Day. Only thing is in the last few decades, with the increase in number of youngsters staying away from their families for studies or work or whatever reason, Mother’s Day is another day that we have started aping the west. We find youngsters definitely calling their mothers to wish, and some even send her some gifts.

There are numerous messages that will flood the social media on Mother’s Day. But a Mother will normally wait only for her children’s messages i.e. if it is not possible for the children to be physically present with her. Then there will be some somber message that will say “learn to appreciate your mother, for some are not as blessed as you”. And still others will say “what does she ask for, only a smile or a message that you are fine”. In all these years of being active on social media, I have not come across any message whose wordings have remained in my memory. But what I have stated above is the general gist of messages that will be in our INBOX on this Sunday, it being the second Sunday of May 2021.

And we must salute the mothers of the modern era. The amount of juggling that they need to do so that the schedule of the family is not upset. And most mothers also are earning members of the family. Till atleast a generation before us, these women who were working to earn, so as to supplement the family income, were seen preparing all meals for the family before they themselves left for their work. And on returning home head straight to the kitchen to make dinner and also engage the children with their studies and attend to whatever other responsibilities that she was meant to do. Being a mother had become a though job, and any lady who was not an expert at that kind of juggling was looked down upon.

In my student days, I used to commute by the Mumbai local trains and I have seen ladies shelling PEAS, cleaning coriander etc in the train. There were (don’t know if this is still happening in the trains) enterprising hawkers who used to sell vegetables and fruits, procured from the markets on the local trains of Mumbai. And to be honest, it must have been helpful to the lady travelers as it may have saved them shopping time.

I also know of mothers who have given up on well paying jobs so that they can devote all their attention to the family and children. These ladies doubled up as private tutors so that they didn’t waste their free time and could still contribute monetarily to the family.

And let me not miss talking about a generation of mothers, who are currently in their 80s and beyond. These ladies may not have been as fortunate, as say even the current 50/60 – year old mothers, in terms of getting beyond class 10 in education. But these ladies too, have reared a generation of individuals and instilled values of humanity, taught their children the importance of education and being good citizens – gender no bar. My mother would not have felt proud of her children’s achievements if my grandmother had not encouraged her to study and complete her graduation in spite of being married and a mother to 4 growing up children.

If my mother had been there she would have wished my grandmother just as me and my siblings would have fussed over our mother and my children pamper me on mother’s day. This is the day I also thank the mother in my mother-in-law for being my go-to person whenever I am in trouble, upset or celebrating. I simply love to be around her and learn how she has lived 74 years of her life as a mother.

Mothers have a special place in Indian stories and as an extension of these stories in Indian cinema too. We have movies titled “Maa” (three in our blog itself), “Maa Beta”, “Maai Baap”, “Maa aur Mamta”, “Maa Baap” (two movies with this title in our blog) etc.

In addition we have the classic “Mother India” where the lady had a powerful place in the life of her family members. Saw this movie, recently, with a conscious mind. I was amazed at the strength of the character that Nargis played. This lady could plough her field along side her husband and sons. She wielded a lathi when her son went out-of-line and her teachings; as also on the mean-money minded- lala (moneylender) when he misbehaved with her. This mother-character was a lady made of steel and didn’t tolerate when her son went on to abduct a bride of the village and didn’t hesitate to shoot him in spite of him being her son.
I have seen and read interviews of actresses of the next generation and they all used to say that they want at least one role in there life like the one Nargis played in “Mother India” and realized only now the full meaning of the wish of all these later year actresses.

But that is another story, let us get to today’s song. It is from the 1970 release “Mastaana”. This movie was directed by A. Subba Rao, produced by Premji, had seven songs penned by Anand Bakshi and composed by Laxmi-Pyare. It had a cast headed by Mehmood- Padmini- Bharati- Vinod Khanna and had Shyama, Rehman, Mukri, Leela Mishra, Manorama, Jayshree T., Ramesh Deo, wonder- child (that is how it was in the movie’s titles) Bobby etc. It was an emotional movie showing the bond between a poor-honest man Satya (Mehmood) and Naintara (Baby Bobby) a child of rich parents who misses having her parents when she needs them the most. The movie is a must-see for all Mehmood fans as he was too good in the emotional scenes. This is one of the movies (the other being ‘Lakhon Mein Ek’) where he makes his audience shed a tear or two in addition to making us laugh.

This song is sung by the child Naintara as a stage song at her school’s Parents Day. The parents don’t have time to attend the programme and depute the child’s nanny (Manorama). The child, on her part, takes Satya along for the program and Satya on his part sits in the aisle. The playback for this song is by Lata Mangeshkar.
Salutation and Best wishes to all mothers. Awaiting Father’s Day (in about a month).

Editor’s note-With this song, Anand Bakshi silently completes 1100 songs in the blog as a lyricist. Only the third lyricist (after Rajinder Krishan and Majrooh Sultanpuri) to touch this mark in the blog.


Song-Maine maa ko dekha hai (Mastaana)(1970) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

maine maa ko dekha hai,
dekha hai maa ko dekha hai
maa ka pyaar nahin dekha
maine maa ko dekha hai,
maa ka pyaar nahin dekha
maine phool toh dekhe hain,
dekhe hain phool toh dekhe hain
phoolon ka haar nahin dekha
maine maa ko dekha hai,
maa ka pyaar nahin dekha
maine maa ko dekha hai

waise toh ghar mein maa ki tasveer hai ae ae
waise toh ghar mein maa ki tasveer hai
lekin meri kab aisi taqdeer hai
kabhi jo ghabraaoon,
gale se lag jaaoon
agar naa neend aaye
toh lori woh gaaye
mera mann jiska pyaasa hai
pyaasa hai jiska pyaasa hai
woh laad dulaar nahin dekha
maine maa ko dekha hai,
maa ka pyaar nahin dekha
maine maa ko dekha hai

waise meri maa ka dil toh sakht nahin ee ee
waise meri maa ka dil toh sakht nahin
par uske paas zara bhi waqt nahin
hai uska naam bada
hai usko kaam bada
woh devi mamta ki,
hai leader janta ki
maa ke photo ke bina,
bina ji photo ke bina
koi akhbaar nahin dekha
maine maa ko dekha hai,
maa ka pyaar nahin dekha
maine maa ko dekha hai

pyaari pyaari hai woh bholi aisi hai ae ae
pyaari pyaari hai woh bholi aisi hai
kal aaya se poochha baby kaisi hai
meri maa sachchi hai,
badi hi achchi hai
yeh uska dosh nahin
use kuchh hosh nahin
maa ne duniya dekhi hai,
dekhi hai duniya dekhi hai
ghar sansaar nahin dekha
maine maa ko dekha hai,
maa ka pyaar nahin dekha
maine phool toh dekhe hain
dekhe hain phool toh dekhe hain
phoolon ka haar nahin dekha,
maine maa ko dekha hai


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 :

4668 Post No. : 16342

#The Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 135 # Asha Bhonsle-Kishore Kumar duets#
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Today 29th April is ‘international dance day’!!!

If we go by the dictionary meaning of dance, it is ‘a series of steps and movements which you do to music’ and so the dancing is ‘the action of moving to music’.

Many of us like to dance but are too shy to break into a dance in public or even among friends (people like me). People like me will not dance if requested specifically but will dance without any insistence sometimes…. man mutaabiq ‘maahaul’ hona chaahiye bas, man aur sharir donon hi naachne lagte hain 😊

People may differ on what exactly ‘correct dance’ is. I think ‘dance’ is a state of mind. It is spontaneous when you like some music or want to express one’s joy sometimes. It may even be a process of swaying your body- sometimes to the accompaniment of humming or singing.

Classical dance or dance art form and traditional dance are ‘respected’ dance forms and are not part of this discussion today. That is a separate domain, and I am not an authority to speak on that.

Today I present this song, which according to me is a super dance number in its own way where Mehmood and Aruna Irani are performing on the song and also dancing.

I have mentioned it in my earlier posts that I like Mehmood’s dancing. Watching him dance often causes me to do a jig or two myself. 😊

Let us move to today’s movie now. The movie is ‘Man Mandir-1971’.

I associate this movie mainly with its song ‘jaadugar tere nainaa’. Other songs of this movie are also nice songs but they are lesser heard ones. Today’s song is one of them. I was not aware of this song till I checked for the remaining song from this movie ‘Man Mandir-1971’. I remember to have heard this song in the past but I had forgotten which movie it was from.

“Man Mandir-1971” was produced by Sudesh Kumar and directed by Chanakya for Vijayshree Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Waheeda Rehman, Sanjeev Kumar, Sudesh Kumar, David, Sunder, Randhir, Onkar, Jagadishraj, Aruna Irani, Manorama, Indumati, Kumudini Shanker, Helen, Ravikant, Mansaram, Mac Mohan, Paul Sharma, Parsuram, Som Haksar, Nayampally, Krishan Kumar, Farooq Jaipuri, Jagdish Sharma, Baby Kalpana, Master Chikoo, Mehmood etc in it.
The movie introduced Rakesh Roshan and Kanchan.

The movie had six songs in it. Five songs have been covered in the past.

SNo Song Title Posted On
01 Ae meri aankhon ke pehle sapne (multiple version song) 02.07.2009
02 Jaadugar tere nainaa, dil jaayegaa back ke kahaan 30.07.2009
03 Ho munna jaayegaa baazaar 10.03.2011
04 Tum abhi kamsin ho tum abhi naadaan ho 10.03.2021

Today’s song is the sixth and final song from “Man Mandir -1971” to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Kishore Kumar. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

The song is picturised on Mehmood and Aruna Irani.

Let us now enjoy today’s song and say ‘Yippeeee’ to ‘Man Mandir-1971’.

Video

Audio

Song-Aaja aajaa nahin abhi nahin (Man Mandir)(1971) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

aa aa
unhoon
aajaa
nahin
abhi nahin
abhi nahin ee

aa aa
unhoon
aajaa aajaa
nahin
abhi nahin
abhi nahin

teri naa naa mein
haan ka mazaa hai
umr padi hai
jaldi kya hai
abhi nahin
kabhi sahi ee
aa aa
aa haa
aajaa aajaa
aa haa
abhi nahin
abhi nahin

teri naa naa mein
haan ka mazaa hai
umr padi hai
jaldi kya hai
abhi nahin
kabhi sahi ee

tu zaalim tarsaati jaa
tadpenge
tadpaati jaa
nadi kinaare
kab tak pyaasaa
khadaa rahoon
samjhaati jaa
o zaalim tarsaati jaa
tadpenge
tadpaati jaa
nadi kinaare
kab tak pyaasaa
khadaa rahoon
samjhaati jaa
umr padi hai
jaldi kya hai
abhi nahin
kabhi sahi ee

aa aa
aahaa
aajaa aajaa
an hunh
abhi nahin
abhi nahin

teri naa naa mein
haan ka mazaa hai
umr padi hai
jaldi kya hai
abhi nahin
kabhi sahi ee

ankhiyon ko takraane do
dil aaye to aane do
sabar ka daaman
chhoote naa
pyaar javaan ho jaane do
ankhiyon ko takraane do
dil aaye to aane do
sabar ka daaman
chhoote naa
pyaar javaan ho jaane do

umr padi hai
jaldi kya hai
abhi nahin
kabhi sahi ee
aa aa
aa hmm
aajaa aajaa
nahin ee
abhi nahin
abhi nahin

teri naa naa mein
haan ka mazaa hai
umr padi hai
jaldi kya hai
abhi nahin
kabhi sahi ee

soch samajh kar pyaar karen
kyon jhoothhaa iqraar karen

dil se ho dil ka yaaraanaa
honthhon se inkaar karen
soch samajh kar pyaar karen
kyon jhoothhaa iqraar karen

dil se ho dil ka yaaraanaa
honthhon se inkaar karen
umr padi hai
jaldi kya hai
abhi nahin
kabhi sahi ee
aa aa
un hoon
aajaa aajaa
nahin ee
abhi nahin
abhi nahin

teri naa naa mein
haan ka mazaa hai
umr padi hai
jaldi kya hai
abhi nahin
kabhi sahi ee
aa aa
un hoon
o aajaa aajaa
nahin ee
aa aa
aa haan
aajaa aajaa
nahin ee
aa aa
aa haa
aajaa aajaa
aa haan
aa aa
un hon
aajaa aajaa
un hoon
aa aa
hmm hmm
aajaa aajaa
un hoon


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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4662 Post No. : 16332

#The Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 133 # Remembering Shamshad Begam#
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Shamshad Begam sings for Mehmood 😊
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Today 23rd April’2021 is the eighth remembrance anniversary (14th April 1919 – 23rd April-2013) of yesteryears’ singer Shamshad Begam. One who Naushad always mentioned as ‘a perfect Hindustani voice’.

On this occasion here is a song from the 1971 movie ‘Johar Mehmood In Hong Kong’. I had watched this movie in my childhood with my Uncle and have mentioned it in my earlier post on the blog.

Few songs like ‘jalti hai duniya jalti rahe’, ‘aayo aayo nau-raatri tyohaar’ have always been in my memory since my childhood. Also, the today’s song is one special song which I have never forgotten because on screen it is performed by a ‘beautiful female artist’ (in disguise though 😊)
I often break up in humming this today’s song whenever I am in ‘ Mehmood – mood’ 😊.

It is surprising that today’s song has been missing from the ‘blog’ till now.

Let us have a brief about the movie, before we enjoy the today’s ‘entertaining song’ …

“Johar Mehmood in Hongkong” (1971) was produced by Madan Chopra and K.Z. Sheth. It was directed by S.A. Akbar and was presented by M.O. Bawazir for Mahesh Ashish. The movie had I.S. Johar, Mehmood, Sonia Sahni, Aruna Irani, Tiwari, Kamal Kapoor, Tuntun, Manorama, Madhumati, Haroon, and Pran. Agha, Mukri, Jr. Mehmood, Polson, Shaikh, B.B. Bhalla, Raj Kishore, Khairati, Murad appear as Guest Artistes in this movie.

This movie was written by I.S. Johar who also wrote the screenplay and dialogues for this movie. Vithal Bankar was the editor for this movie.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 04.01.1971. And thus, this movie has already completed its FIFTY years since its release. I am sure many of us might have fond memories and nostalgia of watching this movie and might be remembering its songs too.

Music for this movie was composed by Kalyanji-Anandji who were assisted by Babla and where Parte was the arranger and Frank Fernand the Conductor.

There were Six songs in this movie penned by Qamar Jalalabadi (four songs) and two songs are jointly credited to Qamar Jalalabadi and Indeevar (as per HFGK).

Asha Bhonsle, Mohd Rafi, Mukesh, Shamshad Begam, Manna Dey and Usha Timothi gave their voices to the songs in this movie. As per HFGK Lakshmi Shankar, Usha Khanna and Usha Mangeshkar’s voice has been in one song each, however their names are not mentioned in the titles of this movie (available on YT).

So far three songs from this movie have been posted on the blog. Today’s song is the third song from this movie to appear on the blog.

Today’s song is the fourth song of this movie to appear on the blog.

SNo Song Title Singer/s Posted On
01 Tumhaare dil ko ulfat ka Laxmi Shankar, Usha Timothy, chorus 29.12.2012
02 Nathaniyaa haale to badaa mazaa hoye Shamshad Begam Being discussed today
03 Jalti hai duniyaa jalti rahe Mukesh, Usha Khanna, chorus 30.06.2012
04 Ham to tere hai deewaane Mohd Rafi, Manna Dey
05 Laagaa laagaa jhulaniyaa ka dhakka Asha Bhonsle, Usha Mangeshkar
06 Aayo aayo nau-raatri tyohaar Mohd Rafi, Mukesh, Chorus 10.10.2018

Let us now enjoy today’s song which is performed on screen by Mehmood and we can also see I.S. Johar in the picturisation of the song. Watching this song one can easily guess what Mehmood (in female role) is trying to and what ‘her’ objective i. 😊

Audio
(audio)

Video


Song-Nathhaniyaa haale to bada mazaa hoye (Johar Mehmood in Hongkong)(1971) Singer-Shamshad Begam, Lyrics-Qamar Jalalabadi, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

aa aa aa aa aa
ye kaun aaj aaya
andhere andhere
udhar bhi lootere ae
idhar bhi hunh hunh lootere ae
aa aa aa pataa ye chalegaa aa
savere savere ae
khuley bhaag kiske
wari tere ke mere ae

nathhaniyaa haale to
badaa mazaa hoye
nathaniyaa
haaye nathaniyaa
wari nathaniyaa haale to
badaa mazaa hoye
nathaniyaa haale to
badaa mazaa hoye ae

lakhpati dulhe ki main
lakhpati dulhaniyaa
lakhpati dulhaniyaa
aur bhi sajaa lo wadi
gehnon se sajaniyaa
gehnon se sajaniyaa
baandhu kamriyaa pe
haaye
baandhu kamriyaa pe
heerey ki kardhaniyaa
kamariyaa aa
wadi suddenly
kamariyaa chaale to
badaa mazaa hoye
kamariyaa chaale to
badaa mazaa hoye ae

achchhaa huaa dafaa huaa
mora pehlaa sainyyaa
mora pehlaa sainyyaa
nahin to tu kaise letaa
gori ki balaiyyaan
gori ki balaiyyaan
dekh tujhe naachoon main to
haaye
dekh tujhe naachoon main to
chhummak chhummak sainyyaa
painjaniyaa aa
painjaniyaa haale to
badaa mazaa hoye
nathhaniyaa haale to badaa
mazaa hoye ae

maar diya haaye maine
aankhon ke salaam se
aankhon ke salaam se
aisaa diya jaam maine
gaye piyaa kaam se
gaye wadi kaam se
dagmagaaye ladkhadaaye
dagmagaaye ladkhadaaye
pehle hi jaam se
gardaniyaa aa ooh
gardaniyaa haale to badaa mazaa hoye
gardaniyaa haale to badaa mazaa hoye

kisiko na mili na aisi
naachti lugaai re
naachti lugaai re
dil mera saaf loota
toone o harjaayee re
toone o harjaayee re
tujhe bhi dikhaaye koyi
haaye
tujhe bhi dikhaaye koyi
haath ki safaayi re
daaku pe daakaa aa
daaku pe daakaa daale to
badaa mazaa hoye
daaku pe daakaa daale to
badaa mazaa hoye ae

Nathhaniya haale to
badaa mazaa hoye ae
nathhaniyaa haale to
badaa mazaa hoye ae



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Blog Day :

4520 Post No. : 16077

“Gunaahon Ka Devta”(1967) was directed by Devi Sharma for Janta Chitra, Bombay. This “social” movie had Rajshree, Jeetendra, Mehmood, Leela Chitnis, Auna Irani, Randheer, Tuntun, Farida, Shahid, S K Prem, Sujata, Jeewan, Jankidas etc in it.

The movie had seven songs in it. Six songs (including one multiple version song) have been covered so far. Here are the details of the songs of this movie:-

S.No. Song Title Posted on
01 Chaahaa thaa banoon pyaar ki raahon ka devata 22.07.2010
02 Raam kare kahin nainaa naa uljhen 30.07.2010
03 Teer aankhon ke jigar ke paar kar do yaar tum 13.07.2012
04 Ham ko to barbaad kiyaa hai aur kisey barbaad karoge (multiple version song) 22.07.2020
05 Mehfil mein shama chamki parwaane chale aaye 08.10.2020

The seventh and final song from “Gunaahon Ka Devtaa”(1967) is a light hearted comic relief song sung by Rafi and picturised on Mehmood. Mehmood too utters a fe sentences in the song. Lyrics are by Hasrat Jaipuri. Music is by Shankar Jaikishan.

Music of the song is reminiscent of another Shankar Jaikishan composition namely “hum kaale hain to kya dilaale hain”.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me Avinash Scrapwala.

With this song, all the songs of “Gunaahon Ka Devtaa”(1967) are covered in the blog and the movie joins the list of movies that have been YIPPEED in the blog.

Video

Audio

Song-Main marne chala hoon (Gunaahon Ka Devtaa)(1967) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Shankar Jaikishan
Mehmood

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapala)

Hoshiyaar
Arey khabardar
Mere ko mat rokna
Main jaa rahaa hoon

arey todi naakh tablaa
ne phodi naakh peti
Main jaa rahaa hoon
Main marne chalaa hoon

Are ab rokne se kya faydaa
jab chidiyaa chug gayi khet

Main marne chalaa hoon
Main marne chalaa hoon
Main marne chalaa hoon
Main marne chalaa hoon
Main marne chalaa hoon
Aye husn teri khaatir
Aye husn teri khaatir
O husn teri khaatir
Main marne chalaa hoon
Main marne chalaa hoon
Main marne chalaa hoon

Ye maut bhi darwaazaa hai
milne ka meri jaan
Ye maut bhi darwaazaa hai
milne ka meri jaan
mar kar bhi jiyaa karta hai
hokar amar insaan
mar kar bhi jiyaa karta hai
hokar amar insaan
Majnu ki qasam
Raanjhe ki qasam
Meri jaan ki qasam
arey mere babaji qasam
Dadaji ki qasam
kakaji ki qasam
arey Padm ji ki qasam

Main marne chalaa hoon
Main marne chalaa hoon
Main marne chalaa hoon
Aye husn teri khaatir
Main marne chalaa hoon
Main marne chalaa hoon

Atka huaa armaan dil e maasoom se nikle
Atka huaa armaan dil e maasoom se nikle
Aashiq ka janaazaa hai
badi dhoom se nikle ae
Aashiq ka janaazaa hai
badi dhoom se nikle ae
lailaa ki qasam
shirin ki qasam
ke sar ki qasam
arey meri maa ki qasam
meri dadi ki qasam
meri nani ki qasam
mar gayaa babaji ee

Main marne chalaa hoon
Main marne chalaa hoon
Aye husn teri khaatir
Main marne chalaa hoon
Main marne chalaa hoon

Logon mere marne pe tum
Aansoo naa bahaanaa
Logon mere marne pe tum
Aansoo naa bahaanaa
Aa jaaye meri yaad to phir
Naachnaa gaaanaa
Aa jaaye meri yaad to phir
Naachnaa gaaanaa
Baiju ki qasam
taani ki qasam
tansen ki qasam
Main marne chalaa hoon
Main marne chalaa hoon
Main marne chalaa hoon
Main marne chalaa hoon
Main marne chalaa hoon
Main marne chalaa hoon
Main marne chalaa hoon
Main marne chalaa hoon
Main marne chalaa hoon
Main marne chalaa hoon
Main marne chalaa hoon

arey main marne chalaa hoon oon oon …


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Blog Day : 4465 Post No. : 15952

“Gunaahon Ka Devta”(1967) was directed by Devi Sharma for Janta Chitra, Bombay. This “social” movie had Rajshree, Jeetendra, Mehmood, Leela Chitnis, Auna Irani, Randheer, Tuntun, Farida, Shahid, S K Prem, Sujata, Jeewan, Jankidas etc in it.

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

Here is the sixth song from “Gunaahon Ka Devta”(1967) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Rafi and Manna Dey. Hasrat Jaipuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shankar Jaikishan.

The song is as a “diversion” song on Mehmood and another person (whom I am unable to identify) who gate crash on Jeewan’s wedding reception in Hindi filmy style without being subjected to any checks on their credentials. They are accompanied by two female dancers whom I cannot identify.

I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify the actors seen in the picturisation.


Song-Mehfil mein shama chamki parwaane chale aaye (Gunaahon Ka Devta)(1967) Singers-Rafi, Manna Dey, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Shankar Jaikishan
Both
Jeewan

Lyrics

aa aa aa aa
aaye hain badi door se
sarkaar ke liye
aa aa aa
kab se taras rahe thhe
tere deedaar ke ae liye

aa aa aa aa aa
kaun ho
kis liye aaye ho

naaraj na hoiye saarkar
hum to isliye aaye hain

mehfil mein shama chamki
mehfil mein shama chamki
parwaane chale aaye
mehfil mein shama chamki
parwaane chale aaye
ab to nazar jhuka lo
ab to nazar jhuka lo
deewaane chale aaye
mehfil mein shama chamki
parwaane chale aaye
mehfil mein shama chamki

rangeen zamaana hai
mehfil pe jawaani hai
rangeen zamaana hai
mehfil pe jawaani hai
jo tera fasaana hai

aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa
jo tera fasaana hai
wo meri kahaani hai
wo meri kahaani hai
aankhon se teri peene
mastaane chale aaye
aankhon se teri peene
mastaane chale aaye
mehfil mein shama chamki

jab dil mein mohabbat ho
hota hai asar dil par
jab dil mein mohabbat ho
hota hai asar dil par
bhatka hua aashiq bhi

aa aa aa aa aa aa
bhatka hua aashiq bhi
aa jaata hai manzil par
aa jaata hai manzil par
hum bhi to tere dil ko
behlaane chale aaye
hum bhi to tere dil ko
behlaane chale aaye
mehfil mein shama chamki

har ek ada meri
deti hai dua tumko
har ek ada meri ee ee

ada
ada meri
ada
meri
ada meri
har ek ada meri
deti hai dua tumko
har ek ada meri ee ee
adaa aa meri ee ee
ada aa aa aa aaa a aa meri

har ek ada meri
deti hai dua tumko
meri bhi umar de de
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
meri bhi umar de de
ye mera khuda tumto
ye mera khuda tumto
hum bhi to tumhaare hain jatlaane chale aaye
hum bhi to tumhaare hain jatlaane chale aaye

ab to nazar jhuka lo
ab to nazar jhuka lo
deewaane chale aaye
mehfil mein shama chamki
parwaane chale aaye
mehfil mein shamma chamki
parwaane chale aaye
mehfil mein shamma chamki


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Blog Day :

4456 Post No. : 15934

Hullo Atuldom

Some songs keep playing in our mind as if on loop. This I had said in one of my previous posts. Today’s song is one such.
I saw it consciously a number of times in the last few years. Consciously means I may have seen it in the ’70s or ’80s when these movies were aired on the doordarshan but I was not old enough to appreciate them or the meaning of their lyrics. But now on repeat viewing of the movie I am getting wiser. I had filed away (mentally) that this needs to be on the blog. So here it is.

“Sadhu Aur Shaitaan” a 1968 release had 4 songs all written by Rajinder Krishan and Laxmi-Pyare were the music directors. Asha Bhonsle, Usha Mangeshkar, Manna Dey and Mohd. Rafi were the playback singers.

Only one song has been posted on the blog. That one had Mehmood replaying his “hum kale hain toh kya hua” character. We had Mehmood mouthing the initial part of “Chunia, ari kidhar hai ri tu? Mere dil ki rani. Mere nawaason ki naani. aa gaya hoon main. arre dekh le main aa gaya permission leko”.

Today’s song has him giving gyaan about the importance of knowing one’s mother tongue in addition to learning “A B C D”. We should remember that this was a movie which came at a time when we had enough students opting for schools which were not essentially English medium. We should also remember that all those who trained in non-English medium schools were no less intelligent and we have many pioneers in various fields from those students too. I know I will be stirring a hornet’s nest if I talk about which is a better language for educating the masses of the country.

My personal feeling is that education should be in a language where in the parents also understand what the child is learning so that they are able to clarify doubts that the child has as he is studying. People may feel that my thoughts are very old fashioned but…..

Today happens to be the birth anniversary of Mehmood who would have been 88. He knew how to bring a smile on the viewer’s face, how to tickle their funny bone. He was the son of actor/dancer Mumtaz Ali and brother of dancer Minu Mumtaz (about whom our Sadanandji has written in his this post). His brother Anwar Ali was also an actor who paired with Mehmood in “Bombay To Goa” as Rajesh to Mehmood’s Khanna.

Mehmood took up odd jobs at a rather young age to help look after his large family which had 7 siblings. He decided to try acting to support his family once he married and had his first son and had his first break in “C.I.D” with a small role of the killer. He had other small unnoticed roles in “Do Bigha Zameen” “Pyaasa” etc. His innings in Bollywood was peppered with comic roles that were an essential part of the story and we often saw him drill sense into older characters towards the end of the movie.

I saw a part of “Meri bhabhi” (1969) this morning where he was doing just that as Shambu. But he was a class apart when he turned to movie making and gave us classics like “Bhoot Bungla”, “Padosan”, “Bombay To Goa” and the most poignant, message carrying of them all “Kunwara Baap”. His last movie released in 1996 “Dushman Duniya Ka” which he directed and Jeetendra headed the cast. It is interesting to note that Shahrukh Khan and Salman Khan had special appearances in it.

Remembering the actor, producer, director Mehmood with this song sung by Manna Dey and Asha Bhonsle.


Song-A for apple B for baby (Saadhu aur Shaitaan)(1968) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Manna Dey, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
Chorus
Unidentified child voice 1
Unidentified child voice 2
Asha Bhonsle + Manna Dey

Lyrics

a for apple,
b for baby,
c for camel,
d for daddy
a for apple,
b for baby,
c for camel,
d for daddy
a for apple,
b for baby,
c for camel,
d for daddy

d for daadhi
d for daddy
o d for daadhi
no
d for daddy

a for andha
b for behra,
c for cana
d for duffer

a for apple
b for baby
c for camel
d for daddy

la la laralara roo
la la laralara roo rooroo

aa haa

E se England hai
F se Finland hai
G se kaun land hai
bolo bolo bachchn
G se German hai, H se Holland hai
I se mera india
jaihind jaihind

chhodo bachcho a b c
aao seekho ka kha ga
arre chhodo bachcho a b c
aao seekho ka kha ga
raag videshi bhool ke
pyaaron gaao sa re ga ma pa
gaao sa re ga ma pa

ga ma pa ga ma pa
ga se gay ma se mata aa aa
ga se gay ma se mata,
pa se bolo kya

pita
chhodo bachchon a b c
aao seekho ka kha ga
aao seekho ka kha ga

ka kha ga ka kha ga
sa
sa
re
re
ga
ga
ma
ma
pa dha ni sa

aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa

n se naarangi, o se om hari om, p se prem pat’r
yeh mera prem patr padhkar
ke tum naaraaz na hona
ye mera prem patr

p se prem patar toh q se,
q se queen
hukum ki
r se roti besan ki,
s se saag sarson ka

a b c d e f g h i j k
n o p q,
l m n o p q

ka kha ga
a b c
arre ka kha ga
no a b c

chhodo bachchon angrezi hindi urdu ka jhagda
chhodo bachchon angrezi hindi urdu ka jhagda
tamil bolo, bangla bolo
bolo desh ki har bhaasha
seekh sako toh seekho bachchon
seekh sako toh seekho bachchon
saari duniya ki vidya
chhodo bachcho angrezi hindi urdu ka jhagda
tamil bolo, bangla bolo
bolo desh ki har bhaasha

lala lala lala laa
lala lala lala laa
lala lala lala laa
lala lala lala laa
lala lala lala laa
lala lala lala laa


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Blog Day :

4456 Post No. : 15933

Mohammed Rafi: The incomparable (II) – Song No. 19

29/09/2020 – 88th birth anniversary of Mehmood
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Mehmood Ali (29 September 1932 – 23 July 2004), popularly known simply as Mehmood, was an Indian actor, writer, singer, director and producer best known for playing comic roles in Hindi films. Today we are celebrating his 88th birth anniversary. Only other person I can think of with so many talents is Kishore Kumar. Even that I am not sure if, Kishore Kumar ever wrote any film stories though he is credited as a song writer, I think.

A veteran of 300 films, he can be called India’s national comedian, some may differ. But to differ is everyone’s not so basic right. The premise for calling him the national comedian are many, one of them could be this fact that he has 25 filmfare nominations. That amounts to at least one nomination every year from 1954 onwards. It is not so straight forward. As per information given on Wikipedia, the award for Best performance in a comic role started only in 1967. So Mehmood was nominated for Best supporting actor 6 times between 1954 and 1966. Rest of the nineteen nominations could be in continuation up to 1985. By late 70’s Mehmood significance as a comedien or a need for a comedien in films had diminished. From late 70’s the comic character as well as a Vamp/dancer character were diminishing, as the heroes and heroine’s usurped them. For a while there, a thought struck that, if they could they would have done away with playback singers too, if they could. Than playback singers also would have been out of the work force as well with the defunct comic actor and dancer/vamp starlets. Fanciful thoughts these.

If the ‘Best performance in a comic role’ is initiated as late as 1967, many like Agha, Bhagwan and Johnny Walker missed out on them. In the 90’s we did see, some heroes nominated for “Best performance in a Negative role”, “ Best performance in a comic role” etc.

Back to Mehmood who started his career as a child artist, in “Qismat” 1943. He produced a number of films, story of some of them like ‘Ek baap chhe bête”,’Bhoot Bangla” “Safed ghoda kaala sawaar” & “ Janta Hawaldar”. So this was a talented and multi-faceted personalty. Many memorable character and comedy with a twist of tragedy roles assessed by Mehmood are too many to list. The youngest brother of ‘Beti-Bete”, the international faqeer in ‘Aankhen”, the kabaadiwala son in law in ‘Neel Kamal”, to the madrasi music teacher in “Padosan”, to the recalcitrant son to Om Prakash who has a passion for filmmaking in “Pyaar kiye jaa”, and the kaala, dilwala in “Gumnaam”. The difference from other comic actors and Mehmood is the versatility of his talents, and he was usually accompanied by a love interest in the films. There was a parallel story going on with these comic actors, side by side with the main story. Even in the not so run of the mill films, this was a regular thing. And songs to sing is a foregone conclusion, romantic or comic.

After a few lack luster recent post, I have made some special efforts here in this posts, to make some observations of my own. It may be the 50’s Rafi song, which brings this out of me. I had begun to feel jaded and incinerated, with so many 80’s and 90’s , even 70’s songs I have written the posts for recently.

It feels good to go back to the 50’s. The song in question is from “Mr. Qartoon MA”(1958). Rafi Sahab is singing here for both Mehmood and Johnny Walker. Johny Walker and Mehmood are disguised as sadhu’s and singing this song on the street, in front of their love interest’s hostel or house. The song is special for being a comic song, roadside tamasha song, sadhu’s song, disguise song etc etc. The music director for this film O. P. Nayyar and surprisingly lyricist is Hasrat Jaipuri, on his rare picnic outside the Shankar-Jaikshan. Not that anyone is complaining, if it gives us songs like ‘Tere Ghar Ke saamne” when Hasrat Jaipuri ventured out of the foursome fold.

I have had the fortune of posting a few O. P. Nayyar songs in the distant past, but before this post cannot recall any songs written by Hasrat Jaipuri, for which I have written a post. Also the posts for Shankar-Jaikishan songs, are rare ones for me.

The audio and film version are slightly different in this song. Audio is shorter than the film version and a line in the mukhda which is repeated is changed as “ab hari om”.

These four songs from this film are already posted in the blog:

Chanda chaley jhoom ke baadarwa ko choom ke
Dil tera deewaana o mastaani bulbul
Main main main main cartoon Multiple part song
Mera dil ghabraaye meri aankh sharmaaye

This is song no. 19 in series of Mohammed Rafi: The incomparable (II), also a tribute for Mehmood. I don’t want to repeat my earlier requests for having a separate category tag for ‘Mehmood” song. I see that there is one such tag for Johny walker song. The is a need for ‘Agha song” also for that matter. Many all-time classic songs are sung onscreen by these comic actors.

Full video :

Shorter audio :

Song-Toone maar ke pyaar ka bomb (Mr Qartoon MA)(1958) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-O P Nayyar
Chorus

Lyrics

Aa
aaaaaaa
masjid dekhi
mandir dekhe
dekhe girjaa saare ea
pyar na mujh ko kahin milaa to
aaya tere dwaare

tu ne maar ke pyaar ki bomb
o mere dil ko kar diya mom
kar karle om
chal karle hom
chal karle hom
chal karle hom

tu ne maar ke pyaar ki bomb
o mere dil ko kar diya mom
chal karle hom
chal karle hom
chal karle hom
chal karle hom

aa
aa
aa
aa
ha ho
aa
arey dhan dhana dhan
kar de dil ka ? ?an

main aaya ban kar jogi
teri preet ka hoon main rogi
arey main aaya ban kar jogi
teri preet ka hoon main rogi
hain roop ki pyaasi ankhiyaan
bolo kab darshan dogi
hain roop ki pyaasi ankhiyaan
bolo kab darshan dogi
o main ne chhod di apni qaum
arey sun kar pyaar ki bomb
chal karle hom
chal karle hom
chal karle hom
chal karle hom

tu ne maar ke pyaar ki bomb
mere dil ko kar diya mom
chal karle hom
chal karle hom
chal karle hom
chal karle hom

aa
ha
hee haa
??
aa
haa

main pheroon teri maalaa
tu ne aisa jaadoo daalaa
o main pheroon teri maalaa
tu ne aisa jaadoo daalaa
kuchh aur na tujh se maangoon
le bhar de pyaar se pyaalaa
kuchh aur na tujh se maangoon
le bhar de pyaar se pyaalaa
o tera sar hai meraa home
o zara sun le itni bomb
chal karle hom
chal karle hom
chal karle hom
chal karle hom

tu ne maar ke pyaar ki bomb
mere dil ko kar diya mom
chal karle hom
chal karle hom
chal karle hom
chal karle hom

aa
haa
aah
aah
aah
aah

main duniyaa taj kar aaya
par chain kahin na paaya
arey main duniyaa taj kar aaya
par chain kahin na paaya
teraa naam sunaa to devi
England se paidal aaya
O teraa naam sunaa to devi
England se paidal aaya
O main to ghoom ke aaya Rome
O tere pyaar ki sun kar dhoom
chal karle hom
chal karle hom
chal karle hom
chal karle hom

tu ne maar ke pyaar ki bomb
o mere dil ko kar diyaa mom
chal karle hom
chal karle hom
chal karle hom
chal karle hom

uyi maa
bachaao
aa aa aa
o bhagwaan
sune na koi shaitaan


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Blog Day :

4431 Post No. : 15864

Remembrance day of Mukri :

Mukri also spelled as Muqri was an Indian film actor, who worked as a comedian in Hindi films. Born as Muhammad Umar Mukri in Alibagh, in Kokani Muslim Family, he started his film career with the film Pratima along with noted film actor Dilip Kumar in 1945. Born of 5th January 1922, he left for heavenly abode on 4th September’2000 at the age of 72 years.

Mukri was seen in many films in character roles and comic role. One movie which comes to mind in ‘Ram aur Shyam”. Here also he featured with Dilip Kumar as his friend.

Today is the 20th death anniversary, so as a tribute, I have found a wonderful comic song picturized on Mukri and Mehmood. The film is ‘Madhavi’(1969), with Laxmikant –Pyarelal and Anand Bakshi as music director and lyricist. The movie had very good songs, I hear. This is the only Rafi song picturized on Mukri which remained to be posted, going by the information is Rafi sahab’s excel sheet. I expect, Mukri may not be as prolific as Mehmood, Johhny Walker or Agha. So there are most likely fewer songs where he actually sings. In this song Manna De is giving playback for Mehmood and Rafi Sahab is singing for Mukri. Now, in the absence of song video, how can I be certain of this ? I have searched on youtube, though the movie “Madhavi” is available, video of only one song is there. All other songs, only audio is available, including the song being posted. Actually, on closer inspection, there are voices of both Mehmood and Mukri are there is the song along with the singers. This is a comic song in real terms, maybe a rip-off on “Padosan” songs.

It was my husband who confirmed the playback for Mehmood and Mukri. As I was noting the lyrics this evening, he asked from where I had found this song from ‘Madhavi”. This is not a known song for me, but may husband knows the songs of this film very well.

The name did ring a bell that I had contributed the lyrics of Lata solo of the two songs posted :

parda hata de mukhda dikha de
saanjh sawere adharon pe mere

My husband also helpfully given the story outline of this costume drama film of Kings, Princes and Princesses. Sanjay Khan is a prince and Deepa, in title role of Madhavi, is a princess. Mehmood and Mukri are all part of the Sanjay Khan’s entourage. This songs is performed on stage. Pran is the Senapati of Sanjay Khan, and he has this dialogue as his ‘takiya kalaam” :

“Shaadi karungaa to sirf madhavi se, warna maut se !”

Video

Audio

Song-Saamne mere paani bharte… na karoon band tere chhand tingu (Madhavi)(1969) Singers-Manna Dey, Rafi, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

Aa eeeeee
ae eeeeeee
aaaaaaaa aaaa
ae……
saamne mere paani bharte
baden baden kaviraaj
arey ik chhota sa machhar aayaa aaa
mujh se ladne aaj
hee hee hee heeee
hamm mmm
he he he he he
machhar boltaa hai
khatmal ke bachhe

(Laughter)
na karun band tere chhand
thingu
hey thingu
to mera naam nahin
na karoon
na karoon band tere chhand
thingu
hey thingu
to mera naam nahin

hey………
kavita chhod re
chal daud lambu
hey lambu
yeh teraa kaam nahin
kavita
kavita chhod re
chal daud lambu
hey lambu
yeh teraa kaam nahin

yaad karaa dungaa main nani ee ee
nani ee
yaad karaa dungaa main nani
(coughing sound)
paani
jis ki bhains ussi ki laatthi
jis ka ghoda ussi ki kaatthi
naach na jaane
da da triga da
naach na jaane
aangan tedha

tu to hai Mathura ka peeda aa

gaaliyaan denaa
baat hai gandi ee

ye kavita hai
ya tuk bandi

hey ea ea ea
hey ea ea ea
hey ea ea ea
hey ea ea ea

na doon main
na doon main
tod tere jod tthingu
hey tthingu
to meraa naam nahin

kavita
kavita chhod re
chal daud lambu
hey lambu

yeh teraa kaam nahin

“>ek to dhelaa
uss pe khotaa
ek to chhotaa
uss pe motaa
main lekhak sansaar chalaaun un
chalaaun

meeaunw
main lekhak sansaar chalaaun
main sainik talwaar chalaaun
aa jaa
arey aa jaa
nahi
aa jaa
jaa jaa
arey aa jaa aa jaa
sainki lekhak se na ladnaa
wah wah wah wah
phir se padhnaa

sainik lekhak se na ladnaa
maaroongaa
aage na badhnaa
bol gagan pe kitne taare
aaj ginoongaa raat ko pyaare
yeh gori mujh pe hai marti
lekin mujh se pyaar hai karti
oye oye oye oye oye oye oye
oyo oyo oyo oyo oyo oyo
peyn peyn teyn teny peyn peyn
peyn peyn teyn teny peyn peyn
…… ………
……. ………

chup
tu maali
tere haathh mein khurpee
bol
bol bol
chup kyun ho gayaa
tu maali
ter haath mein khurpee

khurpee
mmmmm
mmm
tu teli
tu teli
tere sar pe kolhu

nai
nai
nai
nai
nai
nai
qaafiyaa nahi milaa

arey qafiyaa nahi milaa to kya huaa
wazan se to maregaa aa
(Laughter)


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Blog Day :

4388 Post No. : 15749

Hullo Atuldom

Today’s song is sure to get a “How Come?” reaction from all concerned, even Atulji and Sudhirji will probably include it in the category of “How come this song was not posted earlier?” and “How did I forget to post this song earlier?”. Also I know we have fans of today’s song among the followers of the blog who will say “How did we miss it in all these 12 years of the blog?” I, who regularly try and send a song for the birthday and anniversary of the main actor in this song, also kept putting it off for God Knows what occasion!!!

But better late than never. And here is an all-time popular song.

There are hundreds of multi-version songs in filmdom. Usually we will have the same song sung as happy and sad, male- female, family reunion versions etc. Today’s is a hatke (different) multi-version song. It cannot be categorized as Happy-Sad or Male -female versions. In both versions of this song all the characters involved lip-sync. There are two couples, hence four singers. And finally, the mood of the songs are “roothna-manaana” and/or “teasing song”. I won’t call it eve-teasing as one song has the girls teasing the guys. There is equality here. 😉
The first version (in the movie) happens when the boys -Chuttan and Puttan land up accidentally in the house of Shaila (Aruna Irani) and she walks in, with her friend Poonam (Anjana -she was not yet Anjaana Mumtaz then). The girls have the upper hand in this version as they threaten the boys of handing them over to her father (Jeevan) or Poonam’s inspector brother (Chandrashekar). The song closes with the girls tying up the boys.

The second one is in Mahabaleswar where the boys are in hiding from their strict father (Ashok Kumar). I must mention here that I was reminded of this movie because of Guruji’s recent post where he mentioned the actress who played the mother character to Chuttan (Mehmood) and Puttan (Vinod Mehra). This movie “Do Phool” was a 1973 release which was directed by S. Ramanathan, a remake of the Tamil “Anubavi Raja Anubavi”. The movie had four songs written by Majrooh Sultanpuri which were set to music by R D Burman. Only one song from this movie Muthukodi kawaadi hadaa is present on the blog, posted way back in 2009.

Here is the next one today, which also happens to be Mehmood’s 16th anniversary. It is in the vocals of Asha, Usha, Kishore and Mehmood.

Part I

Part II

Song-Maaf Karo Maaf Karo (Do Phool)(1973) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Usha Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar, Mehmood, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

———————
Part I
———————

maaf karo
maaf karo
ha jaane do
ha jaane do
arey haye allah
arey haye allah
chhod do na
chhod do na
arre paagal ho gaye ho kya aa tum
baba maaf karo
ha baba maaf karo
ja ja ja jaane do
ja ja ja jaane do
hai hai hai hai allah
hai hai hai hai allah
chh chh chh chhod do na
chh chh chh chhod do na
arre paagal ho gaye ho kya aa tum

leke roop aisa
dhool mein tum meri jaan firo na
aao jaan-e-jaana
mere dil ki sadak pe chalo na
leke roop aisa
dhool mein tum meri jaan firo na
aao jaan-e-jaana
mere dil ki sadak pe chalo na
socho zara
ladki hoon main
itna na sharminda karo
aankhon se tum maro mujhe
thokar se phir zinda karo

(girls blabbering)
chhup
ma ma ma maaf karo
ma ma ma maaf karo
ja ja ja jaane do
ja ja ja jaane do
hai hai hai hai allah
hai hai hai hai allah
chh chh chh chhod do na
chh chh chh chhod do na
arre paagal ho gaye ho kya aa tum

kaahe bhaagti ho
zaalima hoon main aisa bura kya
kyun hai aisi jaldi
koi wada kisi se kiya kya
kaahe bhaagti ho
zaalima hoon main aisa bura kya
kyun hai aisi jaldi
koi wada kisi se kiya kya
jaane bhi do
peecche hato
aage mere kyun ho khade
dekh ke chalo
ae gulbadan
raaho mein hum
bhi hai pade

(mujhe toh rona aa raha hai
mat ro mat ro baby mat ro
chhup)

ma ma ma maaf karo
ma ma ma maaf karo
ja ja ja jaane do
ja ja ja jaane do
hai hai hai hai allah
hai hai hai hai allah
chh chh chh chhod do na
chh chh chh chhod do na
arre paagal ho gaye ho kya aa tum
m m maaf karo
m m maaf karo
j j jaane do
j j jaane do
hai hai hai allah
hai hai hai allah
chh chh chhod do na
chh chh chhod do na
arre paagal ho gaye ho kya aa tum

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Part II
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chtu chtu chtu
ho maaf karo,
haan maaf karo
jaane do,
arre jaane do
hai allah,
hai hai allah
chhod do na,
chhod chhod do na
chup

ma ma ma maaf karo,
ma ma ma maaf karo
ja ja ja jaane do,
ja ja ja jaane do
hai hai hai hai allah
hai hai hai hai allah
chho chho chho chhod do na
chho chho chho chhod do na
arre paagal ho gayi ho kya aa tum
ma ma ma maaf karo,
ma ma ma maaf karo
ja ja ja jaane do,
ja ja ja jaane do
hai hai hai hai allah
hai hai hai hai allah
chho chho chho chhod do na
chho chho chho chhod do na
arre paagal ho gayi ho kya aa, tum
chup

aaye pyar se ho ho
chori chori sitaaron ki chhaiya
ta ra raa
tumko pyaar hi ke
kacche dhaage mein bandha hai saiyyan
ha ha ha
aaye pyar se ho ho
chori chori sitaaron ki chhaiya
ta ra raa
tumko pyaar hi ke
kacche dhaage mein bandha hai saiyyan
keh toh raha
hoon main sanam
maafi karo galti hui
bandhan toh ab (aa)
khulta nahi (oh)
karte raho ui ui
(maine kaha tha na,
tune mujhe fasaaya
tune mujhe fasaaya,
tune
tune mujhe fansaya,
tune, main kaha tha)
chup

ma ma ma maaf karo,
ma ma ma maaf karo
ja ja ja jaane do,
ja ja ja jaane do
hai hai hai hai allah
hai hai hai hai allah
chho chho chho chhod do na
chho chho chho chhod do na
arre paagal ho gayi ho kya aa, tum

vaada tha milan ka
badi deri se hoon main toh khadi, ta ra raa
jhoothe baalma ko
main toh maaroongi phoolon ki jhadi
ha ha ha
vaada tha milan ka
badi deri se hoon main toh khadi, ta ra raa
jhoothe baalma ko
main to maaroongi phoolon ki jhadi
nazuk hoon main,
dhakka na do
ro doonga main,
meri kasam
rona nahi,
main bhi kahin rone lagoon
teri kasam
mat ro, mat ro, main kehta hoon mat ro
mat ro
chhup

ma ma ma maaf karo,
ma ma ma maaf karo
ja ja ja jaane do,
ja ja ja jaane do
hai hai hai hai allah
hai hai hai hai allah
chho chho chho chhod do na
chho chho chho chhod do na
arre paagal ho gayi ho kya aa, tum
ma ma ma maaf karo,
ma ma ma maaf karo
ja ja ja jaane do,
ja ja ja jaane do
hai hai hai hai allah
hai hai hai hai allah
chho chho chho chhod do na
chho chho chho chhod do na
arre paagal ho gayi ho kya aa, tum
chhup


This article is written by Mahesh Mamadapur, 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 : 4387 Post No. : 15746

Mukesh and his co-singers – 6
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Continuing with the series of the collaboration of Mukesh with his co-singers, I bring forth today his songs with Kishore Kumar. We started this series with Rafi saab and have covered only Talat saab as far as male co-singers are concerned. Kishore Kumar would have been an obvious next choice and in continuation I present this post.

Both singers began their career imitating the great KL Saigal. Mukesh sang the iconic song “Dil Jalta Hai To Jalne De” from ‘Pehli Nazar’ in 1945 but had begun his singing career in 1940 itself. Kishore Kumar began his singing career much later in 1948, with the song “Marne Ki Duayein Kyun Maangoon” under Kemchand Prakash .

While Mukesh with his failed forays in various departments, settled seriously for playback from 1958, Kishore Kumar tasted fair success in his many inroads of films other than playback. Mukesh and Kishore Kumar in spite of being contemporaries had quite different trajectories. As such it is difficult to write in tandem about the two singers.

They collaborated for a total of only 10 songs. That’s about one song in three years. For this reason, I was again under the impression that all songs of the duo must have been covered. However, two songs are yet to be posted and today I present one of them here.

I missed my table formation on Mukesh songs for these several months and am happy to reproduce below the collection of the songs wherein the two singers have sung together in duets, triads and chorus songs.

 

S.No Name of the Song Movie (Year of release) Other co-singers if any Music Director Lyricist
1 Lo mil gayi degree pyar ki Maalkin (1953) Ram Kamlani Roshan Rajendra Krishan
2 Zindagi hai kyaa Satyakaam (1969) Mahendra Kapoor Laxmikant Pyarelal Kaifi Azmi
3 Yeh kaisa aaya zamana Humjoli (1970) Mehmood Laxmikant Pyarelal Anand Bakshi
4 Tik tik tik tik Kal Aaj aur Kal (1971) Asha Bhonsle Shankar Jaikishan Neeraj
5 Haal chaal theek thaak Mere Apne (1971) Salil Chaudhary Gulzar
6 Tere hamsafar geet hain tere  Dharam Karam (1975) Asha Bhonsle RD Burman Majrooh Sultanpuri
7 Na ho bas mein tere kuch Dharam Karam (1975) Poornima RD Burman Majrooh Sultanpuri
8 Arre phenk do jam ko Kabeela (1976) Kalyanji Anandji Farooque Kaiser
9 Hum ko tumse ho gaya hai pyar Amar Akbar Anthony (1977) Rafi, Lata Laxmikant Pyarelal Anand Bakshi
10 Jaaneman jaane jaan Chor Mandali (1983) (UR) Dilraj Kaur Kalyanji Anandji GL Rawal

Going through the above list quickly,

  1. Literally a Kishore Kumar solo was off course hijacked by self to represent the last song of Roshan-Mukesh collaboration to be featured on the blog. It was an opportunity I would never have let go and will remain one of my favourite posts on the blog.
  2. Is what Atul ji rightly says in the post is a light-hearted yet philosophical song. Again, he is right in saying that it’s a rare occasion when the 3 renowned singers came together. Going though the list above, we can safely conclude that it is in fact the only occasion.
  3. Featured in this post will be elaborated below and is probably the only one of its kind in HFM.
  4. Was again represented by self to remember composer Jaikishan on his 44th death anniversary. Here Mukesh and Kishore Kumar are singing for an older and younger generation respectively. More on this later.
  5. Has as many as 30 comments in the post and I would like to reproduce a part of Sadananad ji’s interesting observation. I always felt that whenever Kishore Kumar had sung with one or more other male singers, it was his voice which predominated the song. This song is an exception. It is Mukesh who has dominated with his voice lock, stock and barrel.
  6. Has Atul ji writing a befitting post on the many contributions of Sudhir ji to the blog. Another important feature of the post is the introduction of his program telecast on DD on 27 August 2012 on the occasion of Mukesh’s 36th death anniversary. I request readers to read the post again and watch the telecast in which Sudhir ji was invited to share his views.
  7. Of course is the iconic “Ik Din Bik Jaayega Maati Ke Mol which people usually associate with the solo sung by Mukesh. However as rightly pointed out in the post by our Sadanand ji, there are no less than 4 versions of this song in the film and in this particular triad Mukesh is joined by Kishore Kumar and Poornima also known as Sushma Shrestha. This is the only film in which Mukesh and Kishore Kumar have come together for two songs.
  8. This one is yet to be showcased on the blog and will remain the last of the combo to be featured after this post.
  9. Needs no introduction and is a rare and only one of its kind in HFM but also a landmark song to be posted on the blog on the occasion of representation of 11, 111th song on the blog. Again, the efforts, tricks and circumstances that the bosses engaged to bring forth the celebrations is to be read again to be felt, understood, enjoyed and appreciated.
  10. Was presented by Arunkumar ji in his Lost and Found – Gems from unreleased films series. In this unreleased film which took inordinate time for filming, we have an elderly Raj Kapoor and Ashok Kumar cajoling Bindu in the picturization of the song. This was probably the last film that RK acted.

To write about today’s song – we have Mehmood singing/taking for himself in his own voice, we have Kishore Kumar singing for Mehmood and Mukesh again singing for Mehmood. Have I mixed up the actors? 🙂

No. Mehmood played a triple role in this film ‘Humjoli‘ (1970), playing the roles of three generations of a family. But I must correct myself. It is not three, but 4 – a quartet role, probably the only one of its kind in Hindi films. In the last scene of this film, a new born baby makes an appearance on screen, being the son of the third generation Mehmood. And the face of the baby, as shown in the scene – it is again Mehmood himself.

It will be interesting to know if there are any such songs in which different singers have sung for the same actor in the same song. I personally feel it’s quite a rarity.

This film had multi-lingual make, remake, dubbings etc. I suppose, our Dr. Pradeep will have a feast on the issue in the comments section. I leave the stage open for him.

It’s easy to notice in the featured song, Mehmood of the mid-generation enacting Raj Kapoor’s acting, dialogue delivery and even the looks. I suppose it’s from the film JDMGBH.

The other songs from this film are well known. However only 3 out of the 6 songs have been represented as on date and this post covers the fourth featuring the singers under discussion. In this song as well as song no 4 in the list above, Mukesh sings for a mid-generation whereas Kishore sings for the younger one. From these examples, it is sort of evident that film makers and composers preferred Kishore Kumar to sing for newcomers and younger actors. In many of the songs of the 70s, Mukesh was usually resigned to giving playback for boatman, title songs etc. Off course there were huge exceptions such as the film ‘Kabhie Kabhi’ (1976) and the songs sung for Manoj Kumar.

There are quite a few films in which both Mukesh and Kishore Kumar were playback singers though not necessarily singing a duet or a triad in the same song. One such film is off course ‘Kati Patang’ (1971) in which Kishore Kumar has 3 glorious solos. Surprisingly RD Burman roped in Mukesh for another solo playback on Rajesh Khanna. Mukesh very much stands his ground in this solo “Jis Gali Mein Tera Ghar Na Ho Baalmaa“. This song as we all are aware is filmed on the famous Nainital lake. I am discussing this particular song as I have always wondered under what category this song would feature.

I have seen the film and have some fair idea of the plot. However, in this particular song, the look on Asha Parekh is more blank so to say. Rajesh Khanna is more composed than in his other songs sung by Kishore Kumar. The lyrics are somewhat cryptic. And, then Mukesh singing in a rather unusual high pitch. All these aspects put together; I am sure there can be various interpretations as to which genre this song belongs.

Can we have inputs from more knowledgeable readers of more such films in which the two singers sang for the same actor under different circumstances.

Shri Harish Raghuwanshi ji of Surat has been kind enough to check the correctness and completeness of the songs in the table and I shall remain indebted to him for the invaluable help rendered.

So, to conclude the rare combination of Mukesh and Kishore Kumar has a total of 10 songs.

Audio

Video

Song – Ye Kaisa Aaya Zamaana Ye Kaisa  (Humjoli) (1970) Singer – Mukesh, Kishore Kumar, Mehmood, Lyrics – Anand Bakshi, MD – Lakshmikant Pyaarelal
Mehmood + Mukesh

Lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)

hari om

beti
ye bharat hai
ya rome

hari om

jis ghar mein aisa hota hai
aur prem ka naatak
ha ha
hota hai
us ghar ko bas ram bachaaye
ghar ka bhedi lanka dhaaye

hari om

o o o o

balra..aam

ye kaisa
ye kaisa aaya zamaana
ye kaisa
ye kaisa
ye kaisa aaya zamaana
ye kaisa aaya zamaana
ye kaisa

bete ne baap ki na maani
na maani
na maani
buddhe ki qadar naa jaani
haaye
na jaani
na jaani
bete ne baap ki na maani
buddhe ki qadar naa jaani
ye meri aap beeti hai
kisi film ki nahin kahaani
ye kaisa
prabhu
ye kaisa aaya zamaana
(mere bete ki muraaden poori kar do prabhu)
ye kaisa
(prabhu)
ye kaisa aaya zamaana
ye kaisa
(us ke bete ko akal do)
ye kaisa aaya zamaana
ye kaisa

kaisi hai ulti khopdi dekho
baap

jaise hi mili naukri dekho
daada ji
shaadi shuda

shaadi shuda ho ke besharam
ghar mein le aaya chhokri dekho
ye kaisa
ye kaisa aaya zamaana ye kaisa
ye kaisa

khaa..aamosh

arre main bechara ja raha tha
raste pe wo thi khadi
haa..een
arre main bechara ja raha tha
raste pe wo thi khadi
pita ji
na main raja
na wo rani
wo mere peechhe padi
you tell me what to do
i don’t know
you tell me what to do
main kya bolun ji
you tell me what to do
i don’t know
you tell me what to do
what to do
what to do

heh heh
heh heh
heh heh he he
heh heh
heh heh
heh heh he he

chaand pe duniya pahunchi hai
tum abhi tak ho neeche
subah savere jaag kar
pad gaye mere peeche
maaf karo
nahin
saaf karo
nahin ji
mushkil badi aa padi
arre na main raja
na wo rani
wo mere peechhe padi
you
i don’t know
you
main kya bolun ji
you tell me
i don’t know
you tell me
main kya kahun ji
o baap
allaah
o daada ji
pita ji
o meri baat to suno
shobha
allaah
bete
daada ji
bete meri baat to suno
shobha
o daada ji

balra..am
shaant
shaa..aant


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