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This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, 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 :

4448 Post No. : 15902

Dancing has been an integral part of Indian cinema even during the era of silent films. In most of the silent films, dancing was mostly confined to courtesans which the society saw it in a negative way. It was only after sound films came in 1931, the film makers started looking for actors who could also sing and dance. So, multi-tasking was the buzz word for the main actors during the early period of sound films. Some actors like Mumtaz Ali, Sunita Devi, Shahzaadi etc were known for their dancing skills though they also acted in supporting roles. Even some lead actors like Molina Devi of New Theatres (remember her dance in ‘Kaarwaan-e-Hayat’, 1935), Radha Rani of Bombay, Mumtaz Shanti and even Leela Chitnis in the film ‘Kanchan’ (1941) were required to dance as part of their roles. By the start of 1940, Sadhana Bose from Bengal joined Hindi films as a classical dancer in the lead/supporting roles.

A few trained dancers like Sitara Devi and Auzurie joined the Hindi film industry by the middle of 1930s. While Sitara Devi was trained both in Hindustani classical and western dances, Auzurie was trained in folk and western dances. Unfortunately, many of their films of 1930s with dances are not available for viewing. While Sitara Devi graduated to heroine and side heroine’s roles in the 1940s, Auzurie continued to work in the films mainly as a dancer.

The success of Sitara Devi and Auzurie in Hindi films seems to have prompted the film makers to have dance song numbers in most of the Hindi films in mid-40s onward. This gave the more scope for trained dancers to join Hindi films. One of the prominent dancers to join Hindi films was Cuckoo in mid-40s. She set a trend in Hindi films by her dance numbers to have at least one dance sequence in most of the Hindi films in the second half of the 1940s and thereafter. The important of her dance numbers in Hindi films can be gauged by the fact that during 1944-50, she danced in as many as 74 films.

With Cuckoo’s popularity as a dancer, some more prominent dancers joined Hindi films like Kumkum in 1947, Mohana Cabral in 1948, Roopmala in 1949, Sheila Vaz, Helen and Padmini, all in 1951. By the middle of 1950s, Hindi film makers had a good number of dancers to choose. One of the dancers who joined Hindi films in the second half of 1950s was Minu Mumtaz. Based on the book, ‘Mehmood – A Man of Many Moods’ (2005) by Hanif Zaveri and ‘The Incredibly Beautiful Minoo Mumtaz’ in YouTube Channel, ‘Tabassum Talkies’, I have attempted a short write-up covering the life story of Minu Mumtaz below:

Minu Mumtaz (real name: Malikunnisa Ali) was born on April 26, 1942 in Mumbai. She was one of the eight siblings of Mumtaz Ali, the popular dancer, singer and supporting actor of the Bombay Talkies in the 1930s and 40s. Mehmood, the comedian was her elder brother and the actor Anwar Ali was her youngest brother.

The family which was enjoying from the money and fame of Mumtaz Ali in the 40s, drifted to poverty due to his excessive drinking. He lost all money, houses, cars and even household items just to satisfy his addiction to drinking. With this, the responsibility of looking after a large family fell on Mehmood, being the eldest son. But he was not getting enough money from his odd jobs to look after a large family. It was Minu Mumtaz who thought of working in the films. She had learnt dance from her father and used to perform dances in her father’s dance troupe, ‘Mumtaz Ali Nites’. But her mother was against any one working in the films as she felt that it was the films which made her husband, Mumtaz Ali the victim of drinking habit.

But the financial condition in the family had become extremely precarious. A time came when it was difficult to manage even two-time meals. One day Minu Mumtaz along with her elder sister, Khairunnisa met Nanubhai Vakil for work in his film who was directing ‘Sakhi Hatim’ (1955. When he came to know that she was the daughter of Mumtaz Ali, he gave her a small role in the film. This was the beginning of her filmy career. She got more films with her dance numbers. With her song in ‘CID’ (1956), she got recognition as a good dancer. Thereafter, there was no looking back for Minu Mumtaz as she got many films, enhancing her status from a dancer to character actors, side roles with the heroines and in a few films even as a heroine.

During the shooting of her film ‘Bandhan’ (1956), Meena Kumari, who had become the sister-in-law of Mehmood, having married her younger sister, Madhu in 1952, gave Malikannisa the screen name ‘Meenu’ to rhyme with Meena. Because of the efforts of Minu Mumtaz, the family got to live in a comfortable position. Mehmood used to say that Minu Mumtaz is not her younger sister but she is like an elder brother to him. Of course, after his box office hit film, ‘Chhoti Bahen’ (1959), Mehmood’s luck also turned for the better in his filmy career to become a star comedian and later the producer and the director.

Minu Mumtaz married S. A. Akbar in 1963 who had directed Mehmood’s ‘Chhote Nawab’ (1961). The family first shifted to Kuwait and thereafter moved to Canada where she resides now.

I have gone through Minu Mumtaz’s filmography as well as songs picturised on her which throws some interesting information. During her active years of filmy career, Minu Mumtaz worked in around 75+ films. Almost equal numbers of songs have been picturised on her. In some films, she had more than one song to her credit. She was in the lead roles in ‘Black Cat’ (1959) and ‘Ghar Ghar Ki Baat’ (1959).

Johny Walker was like a member of the entire Mumtaz Ali family and he was consulted on important family matters. The marriage of Mehmood with Madhu was decided fixed in Johny Walker’s house. I feel that Johny Walker has been instrumental in pushing up her filmy career at least in the initial stages. This is borne out by the fact that Minu Mumtaz worked with Johny Walker in as many as 23 films of which in most of these films, she paired with him. Her brother, Mehmood had worked with her in 14 films of which 9 films pertain to the years when Mehmood had not firmly established in Hindi film industry.

As I said earlier, around 75 songs have been picturised on Minu Mumtaz. Our Blog has covered as many as 69 songs. I have given below links of a few of her popular songs for ready reference:

main hoon Johny badaa toofaani – ‘Maai Baap’ (1957)

boojh mera kya naam re – ‘C.I.D.’ (1956)

aji chale aao aji chale aao – ‘Halaaku’ (1956)

meri jaan meri jaan pyaar kisi se – ‘Yahudi’ (1958)

sitaare raah takte hain – ‘Black Cat’ (1959)

jaanu jaanu re chhupke kaun aaya – ‘Insaan Jaag Utha’ (1959)

saaqiyaa aaj mujhe neend nahin aayegi – ‘Sahib Biwi Aur Ghulam’ (1962)

thodi der ke liye mere ho jaao – ‘Akeli Mat Jaiyyo’ (1963)

On the basis of the listing of Minu Mumtaz songs on the Blog as well as the video clips of her songs available on the video sharing platforms, I have been able to identify six songs picturised on Minu Mumtaz for which video clips are available and are yet to be covered in the Blog. I present one of those six songs from the film ‘Jagga Daaku’ (1959). The song is ‘teri kasam tujhko sanam pyaar kiya re’ sung by Geeta Dutt. Obviously, the song is picurised as a dance by Minu Mumtaz. Jairaj is present in the entire duration of the song. The song is written by B D Mishra which is set to music by S N Tripathi.

Unfortunately, the picture as well as audio qualities of the song on video clip are not good. At two places, there are breaks in the song. So, I have based the lyrics on the audio clip which has a better-quality audio.

As happened with me when I heard the song, I am sure that most of the senior visitors to the Blog would recall that they had heard this song long back but did not relate to the film.

This is the second song to appear in the Blog out of 6 songs in ‘Jagga Daaku’ (1959).

Audio Clip:

Video Clip:


Song-Teri kasam tujhko sanam pyaar kiya re (Jagga Daaku)(1959) Singer-Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-B D Mishra, MD-S N Tripathi

Lyrics

teri kasam
teri kasam tujhko sanam pyaar kiya re
teri mohabbat ne bekraar kiya re
bekraar kiya re
haay
teri kasam

tu jo muskuraaya
tu jo muskuraaya
halka sa nasha chhaaya
madhosh hoke maine tujh pe apna dil lutaaya
tu jo muskuraaya
halka sa nasha chhaaya
madhosh hoke maine tujh pe apna dil lutaaya
tujh pe apna dil lutaaya
haay
teri kasam
teri kasam tujhko sanam pyaar kiya re
teri mohabbat ne bekaraar kiya re
bekaraar kiya re
haay
teri kasam

pyaar pehla pehla
pyaar pehla pehla
ikraar pehla pehla
ye pehli pehli haar ka izhaar pehla pehla
pyaar pehla pehla
ikraar pehla pehla
ye pehli pehli haar ka
izhaar pehla pehla
izhaar pehla pehla
haay
teri kasam
teri kasam tujhko sanam pyaar kiya re
teri mohabbat ne bekaraar kiya re
bekaraar kiya re
haay
teri kasam

naaz mera tu hai
naaz mera tu hai
andaaz mera tu hai
tu raaz zindagi hai
mere dil ki aarzoo hai
naaz mera tu hai
andaaz mera tu hai
tu raaz zindagi hai
mere dil ki aarzoo hai
mere dil ki aarzoo hai
haay
teri kasam
teri kasam tujhko sanam pyaar kiya re
teri mohabbat ne bekaraar kiya re
bekaraar kiya re
haay
teri kasam


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Blog Day :

4440 Post No. : 15885

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No. 78
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This day ten years ago viz 13 september 2010 saw six songs getting covered. The fist post appeared at 6:06 AM whereas the sixth and final post of the day appeared at 17:37 AM. Six songs posted within 91 minutes. That is called making short work of the daily blog target ! 🙂

Here are the details of the six songs discussed on 9 september 2010:-

Blog Post number Song Movie Year of release Remarks
2957 Man letaa hai angdaayi Anmol Ghadi 1946 YIPPEED
2958 Haay re insaan ki majbooriyaan Ghoonghat 1960 7 songs covered out of 10
2959 Jhanan jhanjhanaa ke apni paayal Aashiq 1962 YIPPEED
2960 Chale jaanaa zaraa thahro Multiple version song Around the world 1967 YIPPEED
2961 Ba hosho hawaas mein deewaanaa Night in London 1967 YIPPEED
2962 One two three baby yaa yaa yaa Kismat 1968 YIPPEED

As can be seen from the above table, five movies out of six whose songs were covered ten years ago have since been YIPPEED. “Anmol Ghadi”(1946) and “Kismat”(1968) got YIPPEED ten years back on this day viz on 13 september 2010 !

So, that leaves us with “Ghoonghat”(1960) as the sole movie eligible for today’s blog Ten year challenge.

As many as seven songs of “Ghoonghat”(1960) have been covered so far. Here are the details:-

Song Posted On
Laage naa moraa jiyaa 13.05.2009
Mori chham chham baaje paayaliyaa 14.05.2009
Kyaa kyaa nazaaren dikhaatin hai ankhiyaan 06.09.2009
Do nain milye do phool khiley 08.09.2010
Haay re insaan ki majbooriyaan 13.09.2010
Ye zindagi ka mausam aur ye samaa suhaanaa 24.03.2012
Meri pat raakho Giridhaari 8.09.2020

Here is the eighth song from Ghoonghat”(1960) to appear in the blog. This song is a stage dance performance song. It is sung by Asha Bhonsle and it is picturised on Helen and others. No, it is not a cabarat song, rather it is a proper desi dance performance, where Helen lip syncs in not just Hindi but also in Tamil, Bangla and Punjabi, accompanied by the appropriate regional dances as well.

The picturisation shows Helen and others on stage. Dancing legend Gopi Krishna also joins during the Tamil part of the song.

The audience seated in the front row include Pradeep Kumar, Bina Rai, Minu Mumtaz etc.

Shakeel Badayuni is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ravi.

Lyrics of the song were sent to me by Prakashchandra, who has done a gallant job in attempting to note down the lyrics of all the languages. I request our knowledgeable readers to help suggest corrections in the lyrics wherever applicable.

video link (Full)

audio link part 1

audio link part 2nd

Song-Dil na kahin lagaana zaalim hai ye zamaana (Ghoonghat)(1960) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Shakeel Badayuni, MD-Ravi

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

dil na kahin lagaana
zaalim hai ye zamanaa
dil na kahin lagaana
zaalim hai ye zamanaa
pyaar koi jo kare duniya kare haa…aa aa aaye
dil na kahin lagaana
zaalim hai ye zamaanaa
pyar koi jo kare duniya kare

haayye
dil na kahin lagaanaa
zaalim hai ye zamaanaa..aaa

raste mein ik din mila mujhe ik dilwaala
raste mein ik din mila mujhe ik dilwaala
kehne laga woh teri ankhiyon ka main hoon matwaala
main ne na jaana
mujhe dekhe hai zamaanaa
main to masti mein gaane lagi
yeroo putti puwwaayye inne chinanney
mmm….tongammillam perumme inne chinanney
yeroo putti puwwaayye inne chinanney
mmm….tungammillam perumme inne chinanney
yeroo putti puwwaayye inne chinanney
(haaan…aaan…aaan…aaannn )
mmm….tungammillam perumme inne chinanney( aaan…aaan…aaan…aaannn )

duniya daraane lagi
baatein banaane lagi
bhaagi rey main to apni jaan bachaa..aaaye/bachaa
dil na kahin lagaana
zaalim hai ye zamaana
pyar koi jo kare duniya kare

haa..aayye
dil na kahin lagaanaa
zaalim hai ye zamanaa

raste mein ek din mila mujhe baanka ik chhailaa
raste mein ek din mila mujhe baanka ik chhailaa
kehne lagaa woh tere saamne to chandaa bhi hai maila
main ne na jaana mujhe dekhe hai zamanaa
main to masti mein gaane lagi
tumee jey aamaar
o go tumee jey aamaar
kaane kaane shudho
ek baar bolo
tumi jey aamaar aar
tumi jey aamaar (shotti go oo ooo o o o)
o go tumi jey amaar (oo oooo oooo ooo)
tumi jey amaar(oo oooo oooo ooo)
o go tumi jey amaar (oo oooo oooo ooo)

duniya daraane lagi
baatein banaane lagi
bhaagi rey main to apni jaan bachaa.. aa aaye
dil na kahin lagaana
zaalim hai ye zamaanaa
pyar koi jo kare duniya kare

haayye haayye ae
dil na kahin lagaanaa
zaalim hai ye zamaanaa

raste mein ik din mila mujhe ik albela
raste mein ik din mila mujhe ik albela
kehne lagaa o beli tere bina dil hai akela
maine na jaanaa mujhe dekhe hai zamaana
main to masti mein gaane lagi
heyye
hadippa hadippa adippaa
balley balley balley balley balley balley ae

oyye kuwen wakirey waaliyaan
main kehniyaan
kar chhatri di chhaaon mein chhaa vikhaawe bainiyaan aan
oyye kunwen wakirey waaliyaan
main kehniyaan
kar chhatri di chhaaon mein chhaa vikhaawe bainiyaan aan

oyye kunwe wakirey waaliyaan aan aan aan
ho o o o hoo o o o ho o oo o o o o
oyye kunwen wakire waaliyaan sunnnn kikraaawein
kikra laayeen bahaar mele mitraa den aen aen aen
oyye kunwen wakire waaliyaan ?? kikraaawein
kikra laayi bahaar mele mitraawein aen aen

oyye oyye oyye oyye oyye oyye oyye oyye oyye oyye oyye oyye
balley balley balley balley balley balley ae ae
oyye oyye oyye oyye
oooooooooo
hadippa hadippa hadippa hadippa hadippa
balley balley balley balley ae ae
o o o o o o o o oo
balley balley
oyye oyye oyye oo oooooo


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Blog Day : 3463 Post No. : 13897

In Hindi movies,a typical “expression of love” genre of song finds the gentleman praising the lady in poetic terms, viz comparing her eyes with lake, her talk with clinging of bells (or koyal ki kook) etc. But when the gentleman in question is someone like Johny Walker then one may well find the lady being likened with items that are more mundane and more common place. Here is a Johny Walker song where lady’s eyes are compared with “omlette” and her talk with “chocolate”. The lady herself is compared to a mango fruit that has freshly fallen from its branch. 🙂

This fun song is from “Ghar Basa Ke Dekho”(1963). This movie was directed by Kishore Sahu for Ratnadeep Pictures, Bombay. This “social” movie had Manoj Kumar, Savitri, Rajshree, Sudesh Kumar, Mehmood, Shyama, Johny Walker, Minu Mumtaz, Lalita Pawar, Leela Mishra, Randheer, Shivraj, Uma Khosla, Narmada Shankar, Champak Lala etc in it.

The song is the fifth (out of six) to figure in the blog. It is sung by Rafi. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Chitragupta. The song is picturised on Johny Walker and Minu Mumtaz.


Song-Ye ras teri baaton ka chocolate(Ghar Basa Ke Dekho)(1963) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Chitragupta

Lyrics

ye ras teri baaton ka
chocolate
ye jaadu teri aankhon ka
omlette
ye ghera teri zulfon ka baby
dil ko gaya lapet
ye ras teri baaton ka
chocolate
ye jaadu teri aankhon ka
omlette
ye ghera teri zulfon ka baby
dil ko gaya lapet

honth tere hain ya kaliyaan
ya misri ki do daliyaan
honth tere hain ya kaliyaan
ya misri ki do daliyaan
naak teri hai chaurangi
aankhen paris ki galiyaan
ye ras teri baaton ka
chocolate
ye jaadu teri aankhon ka
omlette
ye ghera teri zulfon ka baby
dil ko gaya lapet

shirin hai ya heer hai tu
husn ki ek tasveer hai tu
shirin hai ya heer hai tu
husn ki ek tasveer hai tu
dekh ke tujhko chain pade
shimla ya kashmir hai tu
ye ras teri baaton ka
chocolate
ye jaadu teri aankhon ka
omlette
ye ghera teri zulfon ka baby
dil ko gaya lapet

ek chhalakta jaam hai tu
yaa ke avadh ki shaam hai tu
ek chhalakta jaam hai tu
yaa ke avadh ki shaam hai tu
husn tera tauba tauba
daal se tapka aam hai tu
ye ras teri baaton ka
chocolate
ye jaadu teri aankhon ka
omlette
ye ghera teri zulfon ka baby
dil ko gaya lapet
ye ras teri baaton ka
chocolate
ye jaadu teri aankhon ka
omlette
ye ghera teri zulfon ka baby
dil ko gaya lapet


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“Kaala Aadmi”(1960) was produced and directed by Ved-Madan for Natraj Productions, Bombay. The movie had Ashok Kumar, Shyama, Mehmood, Johny Walker, Sheila Vaz, Minu Mumtaz, Raj Mehra, Amar, Baij Sharma, Neelofar, Brahm Dutt, Rammohan etc in it.
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Hullo to all Atulwaasis

We had two opportunities to meet fellow Atulwaasis last year- one when guruji visited Bangalore and next when Avinashji visited. Both have given me lasting memories. I also liked Avinashji’s idea of getting Atul’s Banjaarey to sign an autograph with their thoughts to make up a Collage of Autographs. It was to show something about our interests or as Avinashji has said in his write up on the Gangout—Man Ki Baat. It has showed that most were in a philosophical mood and had unknowingly or unintentionally contributed to the thought (my own thinking too) “Zindagi kaisi hai paheli/ Kal kya hoga kisiko pata”- the very basis of a Banjaara’s (Nomad’s) life. One of the songs which I keep humming a lot also points to the same thought of Zindagi being a Paheli—and that song is Aage Bhi Jaane Na Tu, Peeche Bhi Jaane Na Tu, Jo Bhi Hain Bas Yehi Ek Pal Hai.
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“Preet Na Jaane Reet”(1966) was produced by H K Ravi and directed by S Bannerji for Moviestan, Bombay. The movie had Shammi Kapoor, B.Saroja Devi, Parveen Chaudhary, Nazir Hussain, Minoo Mumtaz, Randhir, Shammi, Dhumal, Siddhu, Johnny Walker etc in it.
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Hullo Everybody

January seems to be the month when a few of the music composers of the Hindi film industry bid adieu to the mortal world. Naashad, RD Burman, C. Ramachandra, Jaidev, O.P.Nayyar, Sardar Malik etc all have their death anniversaries this month.
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People who are experienced Hindi movie watchers will know that songs and dance play the same role in these movies as the term “black hole” plays in Astronomy. Wherever in doubt, introduce a song and dance (or a black hole) as the case may be and your target audience is satisfied. 🙂
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Today’s song is from film Khazanchi-58. It is a very interesting and foot tapping song by Asha Bhonsle-The Inimitable.

For senior readers of this Blog, the name Khazanchi may ring a bell and they may remember the iconic film Khazanchi of the 1941, made by Pancholis in Lahore. That film had changed the HFM for ever and freed it from the rut of Theatrical, classical, boring songs, which actually sounded the same despite being from different films !
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“Bank Manager” (1959) was produced by S L Agrawal and directed by Rakhan for Movie Stars, Bombay. the movie had Kamini Kaushal, Shekhar, Minu Mumtaz, K N Singh, Radhakishan, Tuntun, Baalam, Jamal, Daraj, Prem, Rajan Kapoor, li Kapoor etc in it.
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