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Posts Tagged ‘Mubarak Begam


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Blog Day :

5021 Post No. : 16929

“Fariyaad”(1964) was produced and directed by Kidar Sharma for Show People, Bombay. The movie had Ashok, Zeb Rehman aka Preeti Bala, Dilip Dutt, Mohan Choti, Achala Sachdev, Gyani, Gopal Sehgal, Bela Bose, Apsara, Malik, Maria, Tuntun, Sayeeda, Najma, Shabani, Raj Maria etc in it.

“Fariyaad”(1964) had six songs in it. Five songs have been covered in the blog so far.

Here are the details of the songs covered so far:-

Blog post number Song Singer (s)
1510 Haal e dil unko sunaanaa thaa Suman Kalyanpur
3634 Wo dekho dekh rahaa thhaa papeehaa Mahendra Kapoor, Suman Kalyanpur
5705 Aapne huzoor mujhe kya se kya bana diya Suman Kalyanpur, Rafi
5921 Tu ne teri nazar ne mujhe kaafir bana diyaa Rafi, Mubarak Begam
16260 Dilli se do behnen aayin Mahendra Kapoor, Mubarak Begam

The sixth and final song from the movie is sung by Mubarak Begam and Suman Kalyapur. Kidar Sharma is the lyricist. Music is composed by Snehal Bhatkar.

As can be noticed from the lyrics, this song is about Chinese aggression on a totally unprepared India in 1962. It exhorts the youth of India to come forward to protect the nation.

Only audio of the song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of the song.

Lyrics of the song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

With this song, all the songs of “Fariyaad”(1964) have been covered in the blog. The movie thus joins the list of movies that have been YIPPEED in the blog.

Audio link:

Song-Bharat ke naujawaanon Bharat ke kaam aao (Fariyaad)(1964) Singers-Mubarak Begam, Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics-Kidar Sharma, MD-Snehal Bhatkar
Both

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

Bharat ke naujawanon
Bharat ke naujawanon
Bharat ke kaam aaaao
Bharat ke kaam aaaao
Bharat ke kaam aao
jo aa ghusey hain ghar mein
jo aa ghusey hain ghar mein
maaro inhein bhagaao
maaro inhein bhagaao
Bharat ke kaam aao

Chinaa huaa kameenaa
Chinaa huaa kameenaa
bhoolaa hai sab bhalaayee

Bharat pe kee chadhaayee
Bharat pe kee chadhaayee
iss ko sabak sikhaao
iss ko o sabak sikhaao
maaro issey bhagaao
maaro issey bhagaao
Bharat ke kaam aao

jo khoon hai ragon mein
jo khoon hai ragon mein
sheron ka khoon hai woh o
sheron ka khoon hai woh
ye khoon bahaa ke veeron
ye khoon bahaa ke veeron
maataa ka rin chukaao
maataa ka rin chukaa..aao
Bharat ke kaam aao

Bhaai..ee jinhein thhe samjhey
Bhaai..ee jinhein thhe samjhey
nikley ae wohi lutere
nikley wohi lutere
apnaa paraaya kal ko
apnaa paraaya kal ko
dhokhe mein ab na aa..aao
dhokhe mein ab na aa..aao
Bharat ke kaam aao

izzat pe mar mitey tum
izzat pe mar mitey tum

jo aaj tak jiye ho
jo aaj tak jiye ho
jo aaj tak jiye ho
phir mit ke aabroo par
phir mit ke aabroo par
tum aabroo bachaao
tum aabroo bachaao
Bharat ke kaam aao
Bharat ke naujawanon
Bharat ke naujawanon
Bharat ke kaam aao
Bharat ke kaam aao
Bharat ke kaam aao


This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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 :

4908 Post No. : 16719

Today’s song is from the film Harihar Bhakti-1956. This was a story from Vishnu Puran. It is also mentioned in Shiv Puran as a story on Banasur. of course the story was adapted to suit the film requirements. When such stories are used for films, naturally there is plenty of room for adaptation and imagination, because every detail is not mentioned in the original story.

The 50’s decade for Hindi films was a Golden period for religious and Mythological films. Ever since the Talkie films started, the maximum and consistently religious films were made in this decade. In the 10 year period 124 religious films were made, which works out to an average of one such film per month for 10 continuous years. I have been watching films since the late 40s, but I too have seen maximum films in this decade only.

I loved seeing religious films. As such ours was a religious minded family. We had constructed a big Shiv temple within the compound of our house. It was open to all people, with a separate entry point. This was possible as it was about 30 feet away from our bungalow on an adjacent plot. Every festival was celebrated and Mahashivratri was a big event. Due to all this ,I became interested in reading Vedas, Purans and other religious books. I am not a religious person in actions. I hardly visit temples or do regular daily pooja at home. But I am a strong believer in my religion and I am convinced that the Hindu religion is the greatest in the world.However, I dont go out and show off my religious opinions. I believe that Religion is a Personal matter and one should limit it to his doorstep only.

Nevertheless, I am pained to see the apathy and ignorance of our religion in the younger generation. The other day, I saw one video in which questions on religion, Ramayan and Mahabharat were asked to college students and to my dismay 99 % of students gave wrong answers or no answers. It is not their fault. Today the lifestyles have become suchthat the parents themselves do not set any example for their children in this matter. Anyway, this is a different issue…..

Initially, I used to like religious films for their trick scenes and miracles. Later on I started observing how the original stories have been twisted, adapted or even changed to suit the cinematic needs. The efforts are to exaggerate in order to impress the audience, no matter if the story gets distorted.

I am sure that very few people today know there are two major sects in religion. They are ” SHAIV”s – those who worship Lord Shiv and the other is “VAISHNAV”s – those who worship Lord Vishnu. Few generations ago, there were no marriages between these two sects. Today, of course people do not even know which sect they belong to.

Film Harihar Bhakti-56 is about this division of sects and how in one case, Shiv ji and Vishnu ji came face to face in case of a Shiv devotee whom Shiv ji had given a Boon and Vishnu ji wanted to kill him for Mankind. HARIHAR BHAKTI-1956 is a story of the age-old feud between the Vaishnaites (Vishnu Bhakt) and the Shaivites (Shiv Bhakts).it tells us that the GOD is one,in different forms.

A Raghuvir chitra niketan film,it was produced and directed by C.Raghuvir.The music was by K.Datta(Datta Korgaonkar) and lyricists were S.P.Kalla,Odak and Agrawal.

BANASUR the king of Rakshasas was a great Shiv bhakta and after a hard tapasya,he gets a boon from Lord Shiva that he will NOT die at the hands of any mortal.Powered with this boon,he starts torturing Vaishnavites and converting them forcibly to Shaivites.
Banasur(Ulhas) has a daughter Usha(Asha Mathur).he wants her to marry only a Shiv Bhakta.Usha,one day sees a young man Anirudha(Vivek) in her dreams and falls in his love.he is grandson of Krishna.Chitralekha(Nayantara),her saheli brings Anirudha-in his sleep-to Usha and they get married.Banasur learns this and fights with Anirudha,throwing Sarp-Astra over him.His grandfather krishna comes to know this thru Naradmuni and he is ready to fight Banasur.Banasur calls for Shiva’s help.

Now Krishna and Shiva are against each other but knowing Krishna as an avatar of Lord Vishnu,Shiva allows him to kill Banasur.
It was a very interesting film with a lot of trick scenes and very melodious music by K.Datta.

The Bombay film industry has seen many talented artistes end their careers and lives sadly. S P Kalla is yet another such example.
TIME is not only a great healer but also a great crusher. Once upon a time, S P Kalla was moving in the Top bracket of the industry, but his TIME changed so much that he had to live all alone and one day end it all by himself !

Sooraj Prakash Kalla or S P Kalla was a resident of Jodhpur, Rajasthan. In the early 50s he was having a nice job in the state Secretariat in Jaipur. He was a good writer of songs. During his service tenure, once he visited Bombay casually and then stayed back here only, leaving the lucrative steady job, to enter the film industry as a lyricist. His first film was ‘Lanka Dahan’-52, in which he wrote all 8 songs. Due to his easy and meaningful Lyrics he started getting film after film. After about 20-25 films, he turned to Film direction and succeeded in this too. Some of the films he directed were, Aastik, Naya kadam, Shyam ki Jogan etc.

He acted in the film kailashpati-62. He directed films-Aastik-56, Shyam ki Jogan-57 and Naya Kadam-58. He wrote 49 songs in 8 films

Having won laurels here he became a Producer and that proved to be his nemesis. He lost everything he had earned. Family life became miserable and all friends deserted him. Finally he separated from his family and went back to Jaipur. There he got two Rajasthani films for direction. Then he got some serials and video films. Some of his serials on TV were ‘ Samay ki Dhara’ and ‘Teesmar khan’,which were popular.

He became an alcohol addict and closeted himself in a small room, where he ended his own life on 20-5-2007.

Today’s song is sung by Mubarak begum, Sulochana kadam and Chonkar. Enjoy the song….


Song- Chori chori aayi Gori milne piya dhadke jiya (Harihar Bhakti)(1956) Singers- Mubarak Begum, Sulochana Kadam , Chonkar, Lyricist- S.P.Kalla, MD- K.Datta

Lyrics

Chori chori aayi Gori milne piya
dhhadke jiyaa
o jee rasiyaa
Chori chori aayi Gori milne piya
dhhadke jiyaa
o jee rasiyaa
hum to aayenge teri galiyaan
kare kyon jiya
dil jo diya pyaar kiya
Chori chori aayi Gori milne piya
dhhadke jiyaa
o jee rasiyaa

laaj maren ye donon ankhiyaan
donon ankhiyaan aan aan
laaj maren ye donon ankhiyaan
kahin na dekh len bairi sakhiyaan
kahin na dekh len bairi sakhiyaan
mil na paayenge
suno jee piyaa
chhodo bainyya
padoon painyyaan
jaao sainyyaan
haule haule man bole suno batiyaan
beete ratiyaan
beete ratiyaan
haule haule man bole suno batiyaan
beete ratiyaan
beete ratiyaan
hum to aayenge teri galiyaan

?? kyon jiya
dil jo diya pyaaar kiya
Chori chori aayi Gori milne piya
dhhadke jiyaa
o jee rasiyaa

ab na chhodenge haathh tera
ab na chhodenge haathh tera
janam janam ka saath mera
saath mera
saath mera
janam janam ka saath mera
saath mera
saath mera
tumhaari yaad mein laage na jiyaa
bolo chhaliyaa
jaadoo kyon kiyaa
?? kyon liya
haule haule man bole suno batiyaan
beete ratiyaan
beete ratiyaan
Chori chori aayi Gori milne piya
dhhadke jiyaa
o jee rasiyaa
hum to aayenge teri galiyaan
?? kyon jiya
dil jo diya
pyaar kiyaa

da dir dir dir
di dir dir dir daani dum
dum dum
daani dum
din tananananana
de re na de re na
na dir dir dir dir
ditum ditum
dim tum
dim tum
dim tum
tananananana
dere de
dere na

Chori chori aayi Gori milne piya
dhhadke jiyaa
o jee rasiyaa
Chori chori aayi Gori milne piya
dhhadke jiyaa
o jee rasiyaa


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Blog Day :

4838 Post No. : 16623

“Mamta”(1952) was produced by R B Haldia and J L Sharma and directed by Gunjal for Sishaat Films, Bombay. The movie had Sumitra Devi, Ulhas, Mirza Musharraf, Rajan Haksar, Kamal Mehra, Chitralekha, Bhagwandas, Ramesh, Rajni, Shantabai, Sadiq, Kaabil amritsari, Baby Salma, Master Raja, G P Srivastava, Sheila, paro etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it that were penned for four lyricists.

Six songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the seventh song from “Mamta”(1952) to appear in the blog. This song is a duet which is sung by Premlata and Mubarak Begam. Verma Malik is the lyricist. Music is composed by Sonik.

Only the audio of the song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this rare song. It appears to me that the song is picturised as a stage performance song on two ladies, one of them playing the role of a male and lip syncing in Premlata’s voice, while the other lip syns in Mubarak Begam’s voice.

I have not been able to get a few words right. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ sugest corrections wherever applicable.

This song is the 500th in the blog from movies released in the year 1952. Now movies of all the years of the decade of 1950s (except 1951) have 500 or more songs in the blog.


Song-Main samajh gayi kehte ho mujhse aankh mila le (Mamta)(1952) Singers-Premlata, Mubarak Begam, Lyrics-Verma Malik, MD-Sonik
Both

Lyrics

o o
sun sun sun(?) tamtam waale
o o
sun sun sun(?) tamtam waale
main samajh gayi
main samajh gayi
kehte ho mujhse aankh milaa le
main samajh gayi
kehte ho mujhse aankh milaa le
o ho ho
baadal hain kaale kaale
o o
baadal hain kaale kaale

main samajh gaya
main samajh gaya
kehti ho mujhko paas bulaa le
main samajh gaya
kehti ho mujhko paas bulaa le
o ho ho

dil mein kya hai
kaise bataaun
hoy dil mein kya hai
kaise bataaun

kar ke ishaare tujhe samjhaaun
tujhe samjhaaun
kehte kehte main sharmaaun
kya
o o o
dil le le o dil waale
o o o
dil le le o dil waale

main samajh gaya
main samajh gaya
kehti ho mujhko paas bulaa le
main samajh gaya
kehti ho mujhko paas bulaa le
o ho ho
?? tamtam waale

jabse dekha aisa nazaara
ho jabse dekha aisa nazaara
naach uthha hai jeewan saara
jeewan saara
jabse mera pyaar pukaara
kya
o o
?? tamtam waale
ho o
?? tamtam waale
main samajh gayi
main samajh gayi
kehto ho mujhse aankh milaa le
main samajh gayi
kehto ho mujhse aankh milaa le

o ho ho
sun sun sun tamtam waale
o ho ho
sun sun sun tamtam waale

main samajh gayi
main samajh gaya
main samajh gayi
kehto ho mujhse aankh milaa le

main samajh gaya
kehti ho mujhko paas bulaa le
ho ho ho
ho ho ho
ho ho ho


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Blog Day :

4618 Post No. : 16260

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2011-2021) – Song No. 15
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This date ten years ago (viz 10 march 2011) was a normal day for the blog. As many as six songs from six movies were covered on that day.

Here are the details of the six songs that were covered on that day :-

Blog post number Song Movie (Year) Remarks
3633 Tumne kahaa chhoo maine chhoo liyaa Saawan(1959) Movie YIPPEED by now
3634 Wo dekho dekh rahaa thhaa papeehaa Fariyaad(1964) Four songs covered by now out of 6
3635 Aise to na dekho Bheegi Raat(1965) Movie YIPPEED by now
3636 Sun ae bahaar e husn mujhe tum se pyaar hai Night in London(1967) Movie YIPPEED by now
3637 Ho munna jaayegaa baazaar Man Mandir(1971) Three songs covered by now out of 6
3638 Do bechaare bina sahaare Victoria number 203 (1972) Movie YIPPEED by now

One can notice that four movies (out of six) whose songs were discussed ten years ago on that date have since been YIPPEED in the blog. So only two movies are eligible for blog ten year challenge today.

“Fariyaad”(1964) is one such movie. This movie was directed by Kidar Sharma for Show People, Bombay. The movie had Ashok, Zeb Rehman aka Preeti Bala, Dilip Dutt, Mohan Choti, Achala Sachdev, Gyani, Gopal Sehgal, Bela Bose, Apsara, Malik, Maria, Tuntun, Sayeeda, Najma,Shabani, Raj Maria etc in it.

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

As blog ten year challenge today (10 march 2021), here is a song from “Fariyaad”(1964). Thia sonmg is sung by Mahendra Kapoor, Mubarak Begam and chorus. Kidar Sharma is the lyricist. Music is composed by Snehal Bhatkar.

Only the audio of the song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the puicturisation of the song.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

audio link:

Song-Dilli se do behnen aayin (Fariyaad)(1964) Singers-Mahendra Kapoor, Mubarak Begam, Lyrics-Kidar Sharma, MD-Snehal Bhatkar
Chorus

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

Dilli se do behnein aayeen een
Dilli se ae ae ae ae
Dilli se do behnein aayeen
roop duhaayee rey ae
aei jee roop duhaayee rey ae

o zara sunn mere bhaai rey ae
o zara sunn mere bhaai rey ae

Rozie aur Daisy
oyye hoyye hoyye
har shayye angerzi
haayye haayye haayye
har baat mein tezi
oyye hoyye hoyye

baali umariya tirchhi najariyaa
jaadu naye jagaaye
main mar gayi jaadu naye jagaaye
main mar gayi jaadu naye jagaaye
baali umariya tirchhi najariyaa
jaadu naye jagaaye
main mar gayi jaadu naye jagaaye
main mar gayi jaadu naye jagaaye ae

ho o o ho o ho o o o
o dil pehloo o o o se ae
utth utth bhaagey ae ae ae ae
mukh se
nikse haayye
haaaaye

kaa hamri
o kaa hamri sudh budh bisraayi
daddy raam duhaayi rey ae
o zara sunn mere bhaai rey ae
o zara sunn mere bhaai rey ae

ankhiyaan matwaari
oyye hoyye hoyye
honthon par laali
haayye haayye hayye
latt kaali rey kaali
oho o o ho ho o hho o ho o o

haath milaayein haath hilaayein aen
baar baar kahen
haayye
haath milaayein haath hilaayein aen
baar baar kahey
haayye

inn ke charan chhuye bin bandhu
hamse rahaa naa jaaye
o raama
hamse rahaa na jaaye
kaissi ..eee
o kaissi mann mein
aggann lagaayi
daddy raam duhaayi rey ae
o zara sunn mere bhaai rey ae
o zara sunn mere bhaai rey ae

kya naach dikhaaye
oyye hoyye hoyye
sau sau bal khaaye
haayye haayye haayye
gardan mattkaayye
oyye hoyye hoyye


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Blog Day?:

4449 Post No. : 15906

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Blog ten year challenge (2010-2020)- Song Number 84
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This day ten years ago (viz 22 september 2020) was another normal day for the blog, when six songs from six different movies were discussed. First post of the day appeared at 7:29 AM and the final post at 9:12 AM.

Here are the details:-

Song Movie title-Year Remarks
Raaton ki neend chheen lee aankhon ke intezaar ne Shokhiyaan-1951 All Songs covered
Teri kaafir nigaah kar gayi dil ko tabaah Miss Coca Cola-1955 All Songs covered
Yaad karoon tori batiyaan Mr Lambu-1956 All Songs covered
Tum aur ham bhool ke gham Fashion-1957 06 songs posted
Mujhe gale se lagaa lo bahut udaas hoon main Aaj Aur Kal-1963 All Songs covered
Jidhar dekhoon teri tasweer nazar aati hai Mahaan-1983 01 song posted

One can see from the above that four out of six movies whose songs were covered ten years ago have been YIPPEED by now,

“Fashion”(1957) was one of the two as yet unYIPPEED movies.

“Fashion”(1957) was directed by Lekhraj Bhakri for Kuldip Pictures production, Bombay. The movie had Pradeep Kumar, Mala Sinha, Chandrashekhar, Manoj Kumar, Jabeen Jaleel,Sunder, Jabeen Jalil, Jagdish Sethi, Kammo, Leela Misra etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. six songs have been covered in the past. Here are the details :-

Song Posted On
Bahaaron se poochho ・laakh sambhaala magar kho gaya 23.09.2009
Tum aur ham bhool ke gham 22.09.2010
Madbhari hain pyaar ki palkein 05.08.2012
Dharti ki goad mein aasmaan ke chhaaon mein 19.07.2016
Honthon pe tera naam 17.10.2016
Maati ko lajaanaa naa 16.07.2019

It turns out that the last two songs of the movie were multiple version songs. The first part was a multilingual song sung by Sulochana Kadam and Mubarak Begam. The second part in Hindi was sung by Asha Bhonsle. Bharat Vyas was the lyricist. Music was composed by Hemant Kumar.

Part I is listed in HFGK as “Bindu baashi daao more haath, aaj nishi bazaari” which are in Bangla. This song is available as Bharat Ke Lok Geet. This fact is also mentioned in HFGK Part III footnote at page no.349 movie no.697.

On listening to the song, the Bangla portion is not to be found. Marathi, Gujarati, Marwadi and Punjabi portions can be heard. So it appears that the Bangla portion has got omitted for some reason.

Lyrics of this song and other BTYC details were sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala.

Lyrics of the first part (the multilingual one) as noted leaves a lot to be desired mainly because of lack of familiarity with the languages. I request our knowledgeable readers familiar with these languages to help fill in and suggest additions/ corrections in the lyrics.

With these songs, all the eight songs of “Fashion”(1957) get covered and the movie joins the list of movies that have been YIPPEED in the blog.

Moreover, Hemant Kumar now has 300 songs in the blog as a music director.

(Part-I)

Song-(Part I)Regional language folk song (Fashion)(1957) Singers-Sulochana Kadam, Mubarak Begam, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-Hemant Kumar
Song-(Part II)
Song-Naya naya fashion naya hai zamaana (Fashion)(1957) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-Hemant Kumar
Chorus

Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

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Part I (Regional language song- Marathi/ Gujarati/ Marwadi/ Punjabi)
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sundaraa mhane dilbaraa aa
sundaraa mhane dilbaraa aa
raaj ambiraa
hasuni maj bola ji ee ee
ye kalaa
?
kuthoon tum aalaa ji
baai ga
ji ji ji ji
baai ga
ji ji ji ji
sundaraa mhane dilbaraa aa
sundaraa mhane dilbaraa aa
raaj ambiraa
hasuni maj bola ji ee ee
ye kalaa
?
kuthoon tum aalaa ji
baai ga
ji ji ji ji
baai ga
ji ji ji ji

ke garbo ghoome re gabbar ne gokh
ke garbo jaage re chaachar chowk
ke taaliyo
thaatar titar
thaatar titar vaage
ke garbo ghume re gabbar ne gokh
ke garbo jaage re chachar chowk
ke taaliyo
thaatar titar
thaatar titar vaage
ke garbo ghume re gabbar ne gokh

aaj mhane
aaj mhane jewar
?
aaj mhane jewar ??
mhaane bikaaneri
mhaane jodhaaneri
mhaane udiyaapur ni
chundadiyaa silaa di he maa
?
aaj mhane jewar ??

main heer teri
tu mera ve raajhnaa
main teri tu mera
ke teri meri ik jindadi ee bhai
ke teri meri ik jindadi ee bhai
ke saara jag vair pai gayaa
hadaa
ke ??
main heer teri
tu mera ve raajhnaa
main teri tu mera
ke teri meri ik jindadi ee bhai
ke teri meri ik jindadi ee bhai
ke saara jag vair pai gayaa
hadaa
ke ??

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(Part-II)
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nayaa nayaa fashion
nayaa hai zamaanaa aa
nayaa nayaa fashion
nayaa hai zamaanaa aa

badal do rang
badal do dhang
badal do rang
badal do dhang
badal do baahar bheetar
aagey peechhe
sab kuchh taanaa baanaa
bhes puraanaa aa
nayaa nayaa fashion
nayaa hai zamaanaa aa
badal do rang
badal do dhang
badal do baahar bheetar
aagey peechhe
sab kuchh taanaa baanaa
bhes puraanaa aa

nayaa nayaa fashion
nayaa hai zamaanaa aa

ek baat kahoon akkal ki
mat baat karo kal ki
kal ki duniyaa
sun meri muniyaa
aaj pad gayi halki ee ee
aaj pad gayi halki ee
ek baat kahoon akkal ki
mat baat karo kal ki
kal ki duniyaa
sun meri muniyaa
aaj pad gayi halki ee ee

baal kataa lo o
husn badhaa lo o
baal kataa lo
husn badhaa lo

badal do chaal
badal do dhaal
badal do
uttar dakshin
purab paschim
sab kuchh chhod ke taana
kahe zamaanaa aa
nayaa nayaa fashion
nayaa hai zamaanaa aa
badal do rang
badal do dhang
badal do baahar bheetar
aagey peechhe
sab kuchh taanaa baanaa
bhes puraanaa aa

nayaa nayaa fashion
nayaa hai zamaanaa aa

kapdon ka kharch bachaa lo
mat husn pe pardaa daalo
ghoonghat ke pat khol ke
jhatpat
chaar chaand chamkaa lo o
chaar chaand chamkaa lo
kapdon ka kharch bachaa lo
mat husn pe pardaa daalo o
ghoonghat ke pat khol ke
jhatpat
chaar chaand chamkaa lo o

duniyaa bhaage ae
badh gayi aage
duniyaa bhaage
badh gayi aage

badal do ?
badal do ?
badal do motor gaadi
tram ki sawaari
ud kar jaanaa
raah takta(?) hai zamaanaa aa
nayaa nayaa fashion
nayaa hai zamaanaa aa
badal do rang
badal do dhang
badal do baahar bheetar
aagey peechhe
sab kuchh taanaa baanaa
bhes puraanaa aa ・


This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, a fellow enthusaist 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 : 4323 Post No. : 15612

Today’s song is from a C grade Costume film of the 50s, Aan Baan-56. It was made by D D Kashyap, under his own banner, Kashyap Productions, Bombay. Needless to mention that the film was directed by himself. Music was by Husnlal-Bhagatram, with assistance from krishan Chander. The cast of the film was Ajit, Mahipal, Nalini Jaywant, Usha Kiran, Pran, Ulhas, Manmohan Krishna and many others.

On Saturday, 16th May morning, I got a call on my Mobile. I picked it up and saw that it was flashing name of Bharatbhai and his photo. A little surprised to get his call at early morning hours, I took the call and as usual said,” Good Morning Bharat ji. Aaj subah subah yaad kiya ?” There was a pause and an unfamiliar voice said, ” Main Bharat ji ka beta baat kar raha hoon.” I knew he was ill. My mind suddenly became alert. For next 5 minutes his son was giving me details of his illness and finally he ended with those dreaded words, ” last Friday,8th May ko raat mein 1230 baje Bharatbhai ki death ho gayi “.

I was stunned. I gave my condolences to the bereaved family and kept the phone. I sat still for five minutes. Then I saw a missed call from Sadanand ji. I gave him a call. He too had got the news. We shared our thoughts and it was decided that Sadanand ji will announce this news on our WA group.

Old people parting is not unusual, but when the departed one is close to you or a family member, one does feel the pain. Bharatbhai was around 87 year old, recently he had a Hip Replacement operation and thereafter he was not well. I had spoken to him in the Hospital as well as when he came back home also. However, his going was a pinching shock.

I came to know Bharatbhai in or around 2013, through our Blog. Those days we did not have the WA group. We started exchanging songs and related matters on phone and e-mails. Then he and Nitin ji came calling to my house in early 2014, first time an Atulite visited me. I was very thrilled. I introduced my wife to them. We had deeper friendship after that. One of his friends, Mr. Chavda, stays in our building and is my friend too. During the last 7 years we visited each other’s houses many times, for meetings or otherwise also. When some important person used to visit me, I used to call him also. Thus he had met Biren Kothari, Shishir krishna Sharma, Rajnikumar Pandya, AK ji and others first time at my place only.

In 2018, he, myself and Sadanand ji visited Surat to meet Harish Raghuvanshi ji. Even in this age, his enthusiasm and memory was praiseworthy. The last we met was in Sadanand ji’s house. He missed one meeting in my house in this January, due to his health issues.

Bharat ji was Tech Savvy at this age also. He had a good collection of books. He actually xeroxed few books from his collection and gave me, on my request. Jolly and friendly Bharat ji can not be forgotten easily. Losing him is a great loss. I pray for his Eternal Peace and Attainment of Moksha !

Life goes on……

Today’s film was a routine film. The period in which such films attracted audiences had long ceased, but still some such films were made, albeit in much less numbers. Costume films had a fixed theme of story. Good and Old King, bad Vazir or close relative, beautiful daughter, her handsome singing lover, final sword fighting and all is well in the end. Same story with some ship-shaping here and there used to be presented. In this connection I remember one thing.

In 2004, a book called “Why we tell stories’, written by Christopher Booker was published. It is a book having more than 700 pages-728 pages to be exact. The book says “There are only 7 (Seven) basic plots in the whole world. They are recycled again and again in Novels, movies, Plays and Operas. These are
1.Overcoming the Monster
2.Rags to riches
3.The quest
4.Voyage and return
5.Rebirth
6.Comedy and
7.Tragedy “.

After this book was published, there was a chaos and criticism started. ‘New York Times’ also jumped in. The author coolly replied all points and stuck to his statements. If we look at Hindi films, I personally feel that what the author has said is true in our case. Only thing is that our film stories are always a clever mixture of all or some of the above points. A peculiar thing in our film industry is the ” Story Department” in some film production companies. Members of this department have Extra Para Perception and Extraordinary imagination. They can mix all 7 story elements in one ‘Khichdi’ and make a film. There are many cases where over enthusiasm on their part has killed the Box office prospects of even good films.

I quote her an example. Prakash pictures had become famous for their 2 Block buster hit films based on Ramayan stories. So when their third Ramayan film ” Ram Baan”-48 came, anxious audiences crowded the theatres, but within few days, the theatres were almost empty and the film flopped so badly that it could be called a ” super duper Flop ” ! The reason ? The story department of Prakash pictures and their wildest imaginations !

The team of Mohanlal Dave and Pt. Girish twisted the original Ramayan story so crudely (or cruelly?), that the audience could not digest it. The film showed a) Shurpankha’s swayamvar in Ravana’s darbar – which is not in Ramayana b) Sita wants in this film the Suvarn Mrig skin for NOT her Kanchuki, but as a gift to Laxman’s wife Urmila ! Too much wild imagination. c) Ravan gives his Sandals to Seeta to walk out of the Laxman Rekha…utter foolishness and finally d) Shabari goes to Rama to invite him and when he comes, introduces Hanuman and Sugriva to Rama. She describes how Ravana took Seeta to Lanka etc. Total lies !

These story department twists to Ramayana story, put Prakash Pictures to such a loss, that they came out of it only after Baiju Bawra, 4 years later. The story of film Aan Baan -56 is also a twisted form of the set pattern. Nothing really new in it. Naturally the film was not a success. The director D D Kashyap was an all rounder in films.

DHARAM DEV KASHYAP aka D.D.Kashyap was born in 1910 at Jalalpur in UP(now Uttar Pradesh,but earlier called United Province), in a middle class family without any connection to films or music. When DD came to the college in Lucknow, he was awed by the silent movies. By 1931 the Talkie started and he decided films as his career. He knew that it is only Bombay that can extend opportunities to him. Reaching Bombay, he laboriously worked up his way,doing menial jobs on the way, to the V.Shantaram camp. He was a learned man with a flair for writing, hence he got a chance to become an assistant to Munshi Aziz, while writing dialogues for AADMI-1939.(I checked the credits of Aadmi and truly his name features in the list of assistants, in the Dialogues section.) I can only imagine how he must have felt then.
Looking at his enthusiasm, Shantaram promoted him as one of his asst.Directors in PADOSI-1941. He even did a cameo role of OMKAR in Padosi.
Now he had enough experience and his first film as a Director was NAI KAHANI-1943. Then came a series of films, Chand, Nargis, Aaj ki Raat, pyar ki Jeet, Badi Behan, Kamal ke phool, Aaram, Do sitare, badnam, Naya Ghar, Shama Parwana, Aan baan, Halaku, Maya(Dev Anand film), and Dulhan ek raat ki-67.

he has also written the story of 10 o’clock-58.

He was an actor, writer, s/play writer, dialogue writer, producer as well.
Actually he produced Badi behan-a hit film, Aaram-another hit and Shama Parwana.

He died on 5-9-1988,at Bombay.

Today’s song is a duet of Asha and Mubarak Begum, which, I guess, is the only such duet. The song has a suspicious resemblance to another song from a later film – which I am unable to recollect the name now. If any reader knows, please write in comment section.


Song-Aji iss faani duniya mein muhabbat ke siwa kya hai (Aan Baan)(1956) Singers- Asha Bhonsle, Mubarak Begum, Lyrics- Qamar Jalalabadi, MD- Husnlal Bhagatram
Both

Lyrics

Aji iss faani duniya mein
muhabbat ke siwa kya hai
aji iss faani duniya mein
muhabbat ke siwa kya hai
aji chhodo jee chhodo
is muhabbat mein dhara kya hai
aji chhodo jee chhodo
is muhabbat mein dhara kya hai

aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
muhabbat gar na hoti
kyun chamak hoti sitaaron mein
aa aa aa aa
ghataayen jhoomti kyun
phool kyun khilte bahaaron mein
jo sach poochho muhabbat hi khuda hai
aur khuda kya hai
jo sach poochho muhabbat hi khuda hai
aur khuda kya hai
aji chhodo jee chhodo
is muhabbat mein dhara kya hai
aji chhodo jee chhodo
is muhabbat mein dhara kya hai

aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
qadam kaise uthhe
kaanton bhari hain pyaar ki raahen
kahin bikhre huye aansoo
kahin bikhri huyin aahen
chale jo pyaar ki raah par
unhen aakhir milaa kya hai
chale jo pyaar ki raah par
unhen aakhir milaa kya hai
aji chhodo jee chhodo
is muhabbat mein dhara kya hai
aji chhodo jee chhodo
is muhabbat mein dhara kya hai

aa aa aa aa
aa aa
aji manzil pe jab mehboob ka aa aa
deedaar hota hai ae
khabar hoti hai phir
kitaana suhaana pyaar hota hai ae ae ae
jo kaaanton se dare
phoolon ki keemat jaantaa kya hai
jo kaaanton se dare
phoolon ki keemat jaantaa kya hai
aji chhodo jee chhodo
is muhabbat mein dhara kya hai
aji chhodo jee chhodo
is muhabbat mein dhara kya hai

aa aa aa aa aa
yahi darr lag raha hai
pyaar karke dil na pachhtaaye
meri naazuk ye jawaani
dard ki duniya na ban jaaye ae
tumhi mujhko bataao
dil lagaane mein maza kya hai
tumhi mujhko bataao
dil lagaane mein maza kya hai
aji chhodo jee chhodo
is muhabbat mein dhara kya hai
aji chhodo jee chhodo
is muhabbat mein dhara kya hai

aa aa aa aa aa
idhar aao zara
ik baar dekho
meri aankhon mein
dhadak uthha hai dil
jaadoo hai kaisa teri aankhon mein

nigaahen mil gayi ab ye bata do
faisla kya hai
nigaahen mil gayi ab ye bata do
faisla kya hai
aji tum thheek kehte ho
muhabbat ke siwa kya hai
aji tum thheek kehte ho
muhabbat ke siwa kya hai

aji is faani duniya mein muhabbat ke siwa kya hai
aji is faani duniya mein muhabbat ke siwa kya hai
aji is faani duniya mein muhabbat ke siwa kya hai


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 :

4131 Post No. : 15290 Movie Count :

4210

Hindi Songs in Bangla Films – 6
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A couple of months’ back, I had come across a Hindi song ‘ruke ruke se kadam’ from a Bangla film, ‘Laal Pathore’ (1964) sung by Mubarak Begum under the music direction of Salil Chowdhury. I could not locate the picturised version of the song. The tune of the song gives me an impression that it is picturised as a mujra song. While it was a new song for me, the ‘mukhda’ of the song sounded familiar to me. Oh! Yes. It was the more famous song, ruke ruke se kadam from ‘Mausam’ (1975) sung by Lata Mangeshkar under the music direction of Madan Mohan. Both the songs have almost the same lyrics which are accredited to Gulzar. So, it is one song, composed in two tunes by two different music directors, depicting two different emotions.

There is a section of the Hindi film music lovers who feels that credit for both the songs should go to Mirza Ghalib as he had originally written this ghazal which Gulzar has merely changed a few words to give an easy understanding of the original words. So, I decided to make a reality check by comparing the original ghazal written by Mirza Gahlib and the versions written by Gulzar for both the films mentioned above.

The original ghazal written by Mirza Ghalib has five she’rs. The ghazal written by Gulzar for the Bangla film ‘Laal Pathore’ (1964) has four she’rs and that for ‘Mausam’ (1975) has three she’rs. Let us compare the she’rs of all the three versions of the ghazal in a tabular form for easy verification as to whether the ‘allegation’ on Gulzar has substance or not.

Original ghazal by Mirza Ghalib Gulzar’s version of the ghazal – ‘Laal Pathore’ (1964) Gulzar’s version of the ghazal – ‘Mausam’ (1975)
Ruke ruke se kadam
ruk ke baar baar chale.Qaraar de ke tere dar se beqaraar chale.
Ruke ruke se kadam
mud ke baar baar chale.Qaraar le ke tere dar se beqaraar chale.
Ruke ruke se kadam
ruk ke baar baar chale.Qaraar le ke tere dar se beqaraar chale
Uthaaye phirte thhe ehsaan jism kaa jaan par.

Chale jahaan se to
ye pairahan uttaar chale.

Uthaaye phirte thhe ehsaan dil kaa seene par.

Tumhaare kadmon mein
ye karz bhi
utaar chale

Uthaaye phirte thhe ehsaan dil kaa seene par.

Le tere kadmon mein
ye karz bhi
utaar chale

Na jaane kaun si mitti watan ki mitti thhi.

Nazar mein dhool jigar mein liye ghubaar chale.

[Not used] [Not used]
Sahar naa aayi kayi baar neend se jaage.

Thhi raat raat ki ye zindagi guzaar chale.

Sahar naa aayi kayi baar aaftaab aaya.

Ham intezaar mein ye raat bhi guzaar chale.

Subah naa aayi kayi baar neend se jaage.

ki ek raat ki ye zindagi guzaar chale

Mili hai shama se ye rasm-e-aashiqui hamko.

Gunaah haath pe le kar gunaahgaar chale.

Shama se seekhi hai ye rasm-e-aashiqui hamne.

Gunaah haath pe le kar gunaahgaar chale.

[Not used]

Note: Bold words indicate changes from the original she’rs.

It will be observed from the above table that Gulzar has made only some cosmetic changes in the original ghazal written by Mirza Ghalib which has been used in the two films mentioned above. Hence, the credit for the two ghazals used in the films should have rightly gone to Mirza Ghalib. I am aware that Gulzar is a great fan of Mirza Ghalib and he had used Mirza Ghalib’s she’rs in a couple of his other songs including dil dhoondhta hai phir wahi fursat ke raat din. So, I thought that he may have given due credit to Mirza Ghalib in his film ‘Mausam’ (1975) for his inspirations. But in the credit title of the film in DVD version, there is no acknowledgement to Mirza Ghalib.

Coming back to the song ‘ruke ruke se kadam mud ke baar baar chale’ from the Bangla film, ‘Laal Pathore’ (1964), as mentioned earlier, this song is not available in the DVD version of the film. I feel that this mujra song may have been partially used in the film. But the full song is available on the record version which was issued by Saregama (then HMV). There is another Hindi song in the film, ‘saans ke zakhm bhar raha hai koi’ written by Gulzar and sung by Manna Dey which is partially used in the film.

‘Laal Pathore’ (1964, Bangla) in which Uttam Kumar, Supriya Devi (Chaudhury) and Srabani Basu acted in main roles was later made in Hindi as ‘Laal Pathar’ (1971) with corresponding roles for Rajkumar, Hema Malini and Rakhi. Both the versions were directed by Sushil Majumdar. While Salil Chowdhury composed the music for Bangla version, Shankar-Jaikishan composed the music for Hindi version.

I was enthralled with the Ghazal King Madan Mohan’s version of the ghazal, ‘ruke ruke se kadam’ from ‘Mausam’ (1975)’ Let us now enjoy Salil Chowdhury’s version of the same ghazal in a different setting.

Lastly, let us also give credit to Mirza Ghalib for the lyrics of both the version of the ghazal along with Gulzar.

Audio link:

Song-Ruke ruke se kadam mud ke baar baar chale (Laal Pathore)(Bangla)(1964) Singer-Mubarak Begam, Lyrics-Gulzar, MD-Salil Chaudhary

Lyrics

ruke ruke se kadam mud ke baar baar chale
ruke ruke se kadam mud ke baar baar chale
qaraar le ke tere dar se beqaraar chale
qaraar le ke tere dar se beqaraar chale

sahar naa aayi kayi baar aaftaab aaya
sahar naa aayi kayi baar aaftaab aaya
sahar naa aayi kayi baar aaftaab aaya
ham intezaar mein ye raat bhi guzaar chale
ham intezaar mein ye raat bhi guzaar chale
qaraar le ke tere dar se beqaraar chale

shama se seekhi hai ye rasm-e-aashiqui hamne
shama se seekhi hai ye rasm-e-aashiqui hamne
shama se seekhi hai ye rasm-e-aashiqui hamne
gunaah haath pe le kar gunaahgaar chale
gunaah haath pe le kar gunaahgaar chale
qaraar le ke tere dar se beqaraar chale

uthaaye phirte thhe ehsaan dil kaa seene par
uthaaye phirte thhe ehsaan dil kaa seene par
uthaaye phirte thhe ehsaan dil kaa seene par
tumhaare kadmon mein ye karz bhi utaar chale
tumhaare kadmon mein ye karz bhi utaar chale
qaraar le ke tere dar se beqaraar chale
ruke ruke se kadam mud ke baar baar chale


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Blog Day : 3775 Post No. : 14753

“Africa” (1954) was produced by by C Chandrakant and directed by K Kant for Movie India, Bombay. The movie had Baburao pahalwan , Krishna Kumari, Habib, Alice, Ishwar, R S Pawar, Madan Kapoor, Shaikh, D N Devesh, Parmesh, Babu, Raghu, Gopal, Ahmad, Kaka, Nagendra, Kumar Sharma, R S Dewan (Gorilla) etc in it.

The movie had five songs in it. One song has been covered in the past.

Here is the second song from this obscure movie. The song is sung by Mubarak Begam. Lyricist is Kumar Sharma Vanvasi. Music is composed by Robin Chatterji.

Only the audio of the song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of this song.

(Audio video not available on Youtube – This is another site audio mp3 song)
Audio – Mp3 Link
Click Here – Dil Ki Duniya Pe Chha Gaya Koi.mp3

Song-Dil ki duniya pe chhaa gaya koi (Africa)(1954) Singer-Mubarak Begam, Lyrics-Kumar Sharma Vanwasi, MD-Robin Chatterji

Lyrics

dil ki duniya pe chha gaya koi
mujhko apna bana gaya koi
bana gaya koi
dil ki duniya pe chha gaya koi
mujhko apna bana gaya koi
bana gaya koi

maine ab tak na kuchh bhi seekha tha
pyar karna sikha gaya koi
sikha gaya koi
dil ki duniya pe chha gaya koi
mujhko apna bana gaya koi
bana gaya koi

mast aankhon ke ek ishaare se
aag dil mein laga gaya koi
laga gaya koi
dil ki duniya pe chha gaya koi
mujhko apna bana gaya koi
bana gaya koi

chain tab se hi ho gaya rukhsat
aankh jab se lada gaya koi
lada gaya koi
dil ki duniya pe chha gaya koi
mujhko apna bana gaya koi
bana gaya koi

pyaar mein main to ho gayi paagal
mujhpe jaadu chala gaya koi
chala gaya koi
dil ki duniya pe chha gaya koi
mujhko apna bana gaya koi
bana gaya koi


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Blog Day : 3700 Post No. : 14621

Today (4 september 2018) happens to be the 3700th day of existence for this blog. Though we have had 37 such centuries so far, we began to take notice of this century only from century number 34 (viz post number 3400) onwards.

We began to post special articles and songs to mark these special occasions. The 3400th day has an interesting post by Sudhir Jee followed by a post by me and thus started the tradition of celebrating these special kinds of centuries in the blog.

3400th day saw the 3400th song from the decade of 1960s being covered in the blog and that happened to be the century post for lyricist Shewan Rizvi.

Then the 3500th day saw Sudhir Jee digging out a song containing the word “hazaar” in it while I covered a joie de vivre song containing the word “shehnaai” in it.

3600th day saw the memorable title song of “Naseeb”(1981) being discussed on the occasion.

Today (4 september 2018) happens to be the 3700th day of the blog. This occasion too merits special posts marking the occasion. It turns out that the special posts being covered on the occasion were originally meant for some other special occasions, but they are finally ending up as posts celebrating THIS occasion.

For Instance, Sudhir Jee’s post, a thesis par excellence on the HFM scene of 1936, which also coveres K N Singh in detail, was originally meant as part of our series on “Yearwise statistics of HFM”, whose previous instalment was covered in 2015, so this article was in the making for nearly three years. 🙂

Likewise, the song and the topic that I cover in this post was originally meant to be covered on the day the blog turned ten years old, viz on 19 july 2018. My plan was to have a detailed statistical analysis of Mubarak Begam accompanied by her 100th song in the blog. As things happened, I could not achieve that target. Finally we reconciled by marking Mubarak Begam’s century later, coinciding it with the last century of the blog, viz the post number 14600.

I had decided that the next Mubarak Begam song that I was going to cover would contain the statistical analysis of Mubarak Begam. Like Sudhir Jee, I too have decided to fast forward my efforts to coincide my article to appear today as part of 3700th day celebrations.

My research on Mubarak Begam, which has taken me several weeks, reveal that she may have sung a little more than 200 songs in HFM (plus in Bhojpuri, Avadhi etc), and my figure is higher than what is mentioned online by “authentic” sources. I found that quite a few songs not sung by Mubarak Begam are incorrectly attributed to her online. On the other hand, several songs sung by her have gone unattributed to her. Even HFGK does not fully credit all her songs to her. I found that a few movies whose songs contain no mention of singers in HFGK are sung by Mubarak Begam. Finally I ended up a tally of 195 Mubarak Begam songs from 125 movies. I am quite sure that this figure would go up and cross 200 as I listen to a few more songs that are not attributed to any singers in HFGK.

That research would wait. In the meanwhile, here is the moviewise break up of Mubarak Begam songs that I have been able to locate. I have also mentioned the number of Mubarak Begam songs from these movies that have been covered in the blog.

Mubarak Begam songs in movies
SN Movie Year MD Songs by Mubarak Begam in the blog Songs by Mubarak Begam in the movie Remarks
1 Aaiye 1949 Naashaad 2 2 One solo, one duet with Lata
2 Basera 1950 M A Rauf 2 4 Three solo, one duet with B S Nanji
3 Dolti Naiyya 1950 Ram Prasad 0 1 Sung with Nargis (singer) and Munni
4 Phoolon ke Haar 1951 Hansraj Bahl 1 7 Five solos, two duets with Devendra Mohan
5 Mamta 1952 Sonik 1 2 One solo, one duet with Premlata
6 Mordhwaj 1952 Narayan Dutt 0 2 Two solos
7 Sheesha 1952 Ghulam Mohammad 1 1 One solo
8 Chaar Chaand 1953 Naashaad 1 1 One duet with Shivram
9 Dharm Patni 1953 Jamal Sen 1 1 One solo
10 Daaera 1953 Jamal Sen 4 4 Three solo, one duet with Rafi
11 Africa 1954 Robin Chatterji 1 2 Two solos
12 Ameer 1954 Pt Lachchiram 0 2 Two solos
13 Aulaad 1954 Sardar Malik 1 1 One duet with Shamshad Begam
14 Chaandni Chowk 1954 Roshan 1 1 One solo
15 Daak Baabu 1954 Dhaniram 2 2 One solo, one duet with Talat Mehmood
16 Gawaiyya 1954 Ram Ganguly 2 2 Two solo
17 Gul Bahaar 1954 Dhaniram 1 2 Two solo
18 Haar Jeet 1954 S D Batish 1 2 One solo, one duet with Geeta Dutt
19 Maan 1954 Anil Biswas 1 1 One duet with Kalyani
20 Rishta 1954 K Datta 2 2 Two solo
21 Sangam 1954 Ram Ganguly 1 1 One duet with Talat Mehmood
22 Shabaab 1954 Naushad 1 1 Song with Rafi and Bande Hasan
23 Baradari 1955 Naashaad 1 1 One duet with Lata
24 Devdas 1955 S D Burman 1 1 One solo
25 Jasoos (UR)/td> 1955 Iqbal Qureshi 0 2 Two solo
26 Khaandaan 1955 A R Qureshi 1 1 One duet with Yashodhara
27 Kundan 1955 Ghulam Mohammad 1 1 One solo
28 Patit Paawan 1955 Jamal Sen 1 1 One duet with Sudha Malhotra
29 Post Master 1955 Ram Ganguly 0 2 One solo, one duet with O P Verma
30 Rukhsaana 1955 Sajjad Hussain 2 2 One solo, one duet with Asha Bhonsle
31 Sakhi Lutera 1955 Iqbal Qureshi 1 1 One solo
32 Sau Ka Note 1955 S Mohinder 1 1 One duet with Shamshad Begam
33 Shaahi Chor 1955 Dhaniram 1 1 One duet with Asha Bhonsle
34 Shah Behram 1955 Hansraj Bahl 0 1 One solo
35 Taatar Ka Chor 1955 Khayyam 1 1 One song with Talat Mehmood and Asha Bhonsle
36 Aan Baan 1956 Husnlal Bhagatram 0 1 One duet with Asha Bhonsle
37 Aawaara Shahzaadi 1956 Naashaad 0 2 One solo, one duet with Shashikant
38 Baadal Aur Bijli 1956 Bipin Baabul 1 3 Two solo, one duet with Talat Mehmood
39 Baaghi Sardaar 1956 B N Bali 1 2 Two solo
40 Baghdad Ka Jaadoo 1956 Shafi M Nagri 3 3 Two solo, one duet with Manmohan Krishna
41 Dhola Maaru 1956 S K Pal 0 2 Two solo
42 Do Shahzaade 1956 Pt Lachchiram 0 2 Two solo
43 Fighting Queen 1956 Nisaar Bazmi 0 3 Three solo
44 Harihar Bhakti 1956 K Datta 1 4 Two solo, one duet with Talat Mehmood, one duet with Sulochana Chonkar
45 Hatimtai 1956 S N Tripathi 0 1 One duet with Asha Bhonsle
46 Jungle Queen 1956 Nisaar Bazmi 0 4 Four solo
47 Laal e Yaman 1956 A R Qureshi 0 1 One solo
48 Rangeen Raaten 1956 Roshan 1 1 One duet with Sudha Malhotra
49 Sultaana Daaku 1956 Bipin Babul 0 2 Two solo
50 Fashion 1957 Hemant Kumar 0 1 One duet with Sulochana Chonkar
51 Gateway of India 1957 Madan Mohan 1 1 One song with Asha Bhonsle, Meena Mangeshkar and Usha Mangeshkar
52 Paak Daaman 1957 Ghulam Mohammad 0 1 One song with Rafi, S Balbir and Mirza Musharraf
53 Paataal Pari 1957 S Mohinder 1 1 One duet with Asha Bhonsle
54 Paisa 1957 Ram Ganguly 0 1 One solo
55 Parveen 1957 A R Qureshi 1 2 Two solo
56 Chetak Rana Pratap 1958 Iqal Qureshi 0 1 One solo
57 Jungle Princess 1958 Bipin Mehboob 1 1 One duet with Jaani Babu Qawwaal
58 Madhumati 1958 Salil Chaudhary 1 1 One solo
59 Sim Sim Marjeena 1958 A R Qureshi 0 1 One song with Rafi and Sudha Malhotra
60 Behraam Daaku 1959 Saadat Khan 1 1 One solo
61 Blackmailer 1959 Iqbal 0 1 One solo
62 Cheeni Jaadoogar 1959 Shafi M Nagri 0 2 Two solo
63 Circus Queen 1959 Shafi M Nagri 1 3 One solo, two duets with S Balbir
64 Hero No 1 1959 Iqbal 0 2 Two solo
65 Maa Ka Aansoo 1959 Sardar Malik 0 1 One solo
66 Mughal e Azam 1960 Naushad 0 1 One song with Lata and Shamshad Begam
67 Return of Mr Superman 1960 Anil Biswas 1 1 One solo
68 Veer Durgadas 1960 S N Tripathi 1 1 One duet with Sudha Malhotra
69 Zaalim Jaadoogar 1960 Iqbal Qureshi 2 3 One duet with Khursheed Bawra
70 Arab Ka Sitaara 1961 Saadat Ali 1 4 Three solo, one duet with Minu Purushottam
71 Daakoo Mansoor 1961 Krishn Kamal 1 1 One solo
72 Dekhi Teri Bambai 1961 Vinod 1 1 One duet with S Balbir
73 Hamaari Yaad Aayegi 1961 Snehal Bhatkar 2 2 One solo, one duet with Mukesh
74 Nightbird 1961 Iqbal 1 1 One duet with Chaandbala
75 Piya Milan Ki Aas 1961 S N Tripathi 1 1 One solo
76 Shaahi Farmaan 1961 Harbans 0 2 Two solo
77 State Express 1961 Gunjan 1 1 One solo
78 Zindagi Aur Khwaab 1961 Dattaram 1 1 One solo
79 Cobra Girl 1963 S N Tripathi 1 1 One duet with Suman Kalyanpur
80 Hamraahi 1963 Shankar Jaikishan 1 1 One solo
81 Sunahri Naagin 1963 Kalyanji Anandji 1 1 One duet with Kamal Barot
82 Ye Dil Kisko Doon 1963 Iqbal Qureshi 1 1 One duet with Asha Bhonsle
83 Aandhi Aur Toofaan 1964 Robin Bannerji 1 1 One solo
84 Balma Bada Nadaan (Bhojpuri) 1964 Hemant Kumar 0 1 One solo
85 Benazir 1964 S D Burman 2 2 One solo, one duet with Asha Bhonsle
86 Fariyaad 1964 Snehal Bhatkar 1 3 Two solo, one duet with Rafi
87 Hameer Hathh 1964 Sanmukh Babu Upadhya 1 1 One solo
88 Kab Hoihain Gavanwa Hamaar (Bhojpuri) 1964 Iqbal Qureshi 0 2 Two solo
89 Magic Carpet 1964 Ram Prasad 0 1 One solo
90 Marvel Man 1964 Robin Bannerji 1 1 One solo
91 Naihar Chhutal Jaaye (Bhojpuri) 1964 Jaidev 0 1 One solo
92 Pahaadi Naagin 1964 Iqbal Qureshi 1 2 One solo, one duet with Ambar Kumar
93 Punar Milan 1964 C Arjun 1 1 One duet with Asha Bhonsle
94 Qawwaali Ki Raat 1964 Iqbal Qureshi 2 2 Two duets with Rafi
95 Shagoon 1964 Khayyam 1 1 One duet with Talat Mehmood
96 Tarzan and Captain Kishore 1964 Manoharlal-S Kishan 0 2 Two solos
97 Aarzoo 1965 Shankar Jaikishan 1 1 One duet with Asha Bhonsle
98 Black Arrow 1965 Iqbal Qureshi 0 1 One duet with Jaani Babu Qawwaal
99 Khooni Khazaana 1965 S Kishan 1 1 One solo
100 Main Hoon Jaadoogar 1965 Nashaad-Premnath 1 2 One duet with Meena Patki, one duet with Suman Kalyanpur
101 Mohabbat Iski Kehte Hain 1965 Khayyam 1 1 One solo
102 Morey Man Mitwa 1965 Dattaram 1 1 One solo
103 Shakespearwaallah 1965 Prayag Raj 1 1 One solo
104 Tarzan and King Kong 1965 Robin Bannerji 1 1 One solo
105 Gogola 1966 Roy-Frank 2 2 One duet with Talat Mehmood, one duet with Mahendra Kapoor
106 Neend Hamaari Khwaab Tumhaare 1966 Madan Mohan 1 1 One duet with Asha Bhonsle
107 Professor Aur Jaadoogar 1966 Sardar Singh 1 1 One solo
108 Susheela 1966 C Arjun 2 2 One solo, one duet with Rafi
Same songs were later reused in “Subah Zaroor Aayegi”(1977)
109 Teesri Kasam 1966 Shankar Jaikishan 1 1 One duet with Shambhu Qawwaal
110 Zimbo Finds a Son 1966 Sapan Jagmohan 0 1 One duet with Bhupinder Singh
111 Aawaara Ladki 1967 Dhaniram 0 1 One solo
112 Around The World 1967 Shankar Jaikishan 1 1 One duet with Sharda
113 Mera Bhai Mera Dushman 1967 Khayyam 0 2 One solo, one duet with S Balbir
114 Poonam Ka Chaand 1967 Ninu Majumdar 0 1 One solo
115 Juaari 1968 Kalyanji Anandji 1 1 One song with Suman Kalyanpur and Krishna Bose
116 Nadirshah 1968 S N Tripathi 0 1 One solo
117 Saraswati Chandra 1968 Kalyanji Anandji 1 1 One solo
118 Ham Ek Hain 1969 Usha Khanna 0 1 One duet with Kamal Barot
119 Murder on Highway (UR) 1970 C Arjun 0 1 One solo
120 Chandan 1971 Sonik Omi 0 2 One solo, one duet with Usha Mangeshkar
121 Narad Leela 1972 Narayan Dutt 0 1 One solo
122 Chattan Singh 1974 Kalyanji Anandji 0 1 One solo
123 Ramu To Deewaana Hai 1980 Chandru 1 2 Two solo
124 Ganga Maang Rahi Balidaan 1981 Prem Dhawan 0 3 Three duets with Shamshad Begam
125 Sister 1982 J Kaushik 1 1 One solo

One can see from the above that Mubarak Begam typically got two or three songs in a movie and that she typically got to sing in five or six movies in a year. In addition, she mostly sang in small budget movies that had small time struggling music directors in them. In all, she worked with 61 music directors. So, on an average, she sang three or four songs with each of her music directors.

On rare occasions, she got to work with A grade music directors, viz Naushad and S D Burman, but only in two movies each. The music director who collaborated with her most frequently was Iqbal Qureshi. She had 15 songs with him from nine movies. These are the figures for her most fruitful collaboration ! She was not able to forge any long term collaboration with any established music directors and that is reflected in her poor return of around 200 songs in a career spanning nearly three decades.

On this occasion, here is a song from “Circus Queen”(1959). This movie was directed by Noshir Engineer for Basant Pictures, Bombay. The movie had John Cawas, Nadia, Samar Roy, Sheila Kashmiri, Sheikh, Neelofar, Habeeb, Master Suresh, Shree Bhagwan, Mansoor, Dalpat, Ajit Kumar, Abdullah, Julien, Korega, Yadav, angre, S B Gayakvad etc in it.

This movie had four songs in it. One song from the movie has been covered in the past.

HFGK does not mention the singers of the four songs from this movie. On listening to these songs, one finds that as many as three of these songs contain the voice of Mubarak Begam in them.

Here is the second song from “Circus Queen”(1959) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Mubarak Begam. Naqsh Llayalpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shafi M Nagri.

The song is picturised as a club dance song. I am unable to identify the dancer. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify the dancer as well as the other actors visible in the picturisation.

Audio

Video

Song-O ho dil waale (Circus Queen)(1959) Singer-Mubarak Begam, Lyrics-Naqsh Llayalpuri, MD-Shafi M Nagri
Chorus

Lyrics

o ho dil waale

o ho dil waale
nigaahen milaa le
dil ke daaman ko
dil ke daaman ko rangeen banaa le
o ho dil waale
nigaahen milaa le
dil ke daaman ko
dil ke daaman ko rangeen banaa le

o ho dil waale

nain teekhe hain qaatil nigaahen
meri phoolon se naazuk hain baahen
nain teekhe hain qaatil nigaahen
meri phoolon se naazuk hain baahen
chaal behki huyi
zulf mehki huyi
mere mukhde pe jhoome ujaale
o ho dilwaale
nigaahen milaa le
dil ke daaman ko
dil ke daaman ko rangeen banaa le

o ho dil waale

aa haseenon ki mehfil mein aa ke
dekh le do ghadi muskuraa ke
aa haseenon ki mehfil mein aa ke
dekh le do ghadi muskuraa ke
saaj dil ka uthha
geet khushiyon ke gaa
jhoom kar zindagi ka maza le
o ho dilwaale
nigaahen milaa le
dil ke daaman ko
dil ke daaman ko rangeen banaa le

o ho dil waale

zindagi hai safar jeenewaale
hanste hanste guzar jeene waale
zindagi hai safar jeenewaale
hanste hanste guzar jeene waale
kho ke masti mein jee
hai yahi zindagi
kar na dil ko ghamon ke hawaale
o ho dilwaale
nigaahen milaa le
dil ke daaman ko
dil ke daaman ko rangeen banaa le

o ho dil waale


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“Zaalim Jaadoogar”(1960) was produced and directed by Sultan for Firdaus Films Bombay. This movie, a fantasy movie had Hercules, Neeta, Rajrani, Shaam, Sujata Kumari, Harbans, Kenny, Leela, Bagla, Maqbool, Begam, Ameer Ahmad, Hameed Majnu, Zippy, Ghulam Hussain, Mansoor, Md Sandow, Moosa, Gopal, Badri Narayan, Shaukat, Saban Ali, Om Prakash etc in it.

The movie had five songs in it. Two of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Zaalim Jaadoogar”(1960) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Mubarak Begam. Shor Niyazi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Iqbal.

The music of this song is clearly inflenced by the iconic been song from “Naagin”(1954).

Only the audio of the song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.

Audio

Song-Kaisi been bajaayi toone saanwariya (Zaalim Jaadoogar)(1960) Singer-Mubarak Begam, Lyrics-Shor Niyazi, MD-Iqbal

Lyrics

kaisi been bajaayi toone saanwariya
kaisi been bajaayi toone saanwariya
teri dhun pe main ho gayi baawariya
teri dhun pe main ho gayi baawariya
kaisi been bajaayi
kaisi been bajaayi toone saanwariya

mujhe dhokhe se mat kar tu bas mein
mujhe dhokhe se mat kar tu bas mein
hai zehar bhara meri nas nas mein
hai zehar bhara meri nas nas mein
meri nas nas mein
tujhe pyaar se dass loongi o rasiya
tujhe pyaar se dass loongi o rasiya

teri sargam par deewaani hui
teri sargam par deewaani hui
dukh deke tujhe main haar gayi
dukh deke tujhe main haar gayi
main haar gayi
mera pyaar mujhe de man basiya
mera pyaar mujhe de man basiya
teri dhun pe main ho gayi baawariya
teri dhun pe main ho gayi baawariya
kaisi been bajaayi toone saanwariya
kaisi been bajaayi toone saanwariya


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