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Blog Day : 4201 Post No. : 15387

Songs Repeated in Hindi Films – 15
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And so, we do get to a song in Saigal Sb’s voice song in this series. Memory serving right, I would have preferred to start the series with this song. But oh well. Actually, we do have a Saigal Sb song earlier in this series. But that song – “Babul Mora, Naihar Chhooto Hi Jaaye”, is rerecorded in Jagjit Singh Chitra Singh voices.

Remembering the memorable singer KL Saigal Sb – it is 73 years today, since this Divine Voice departed from this mortal world. The singer has gone away, his voice, the sound captured in the songs recorded by him, are still alive.

The re-use film is ‘Do Raaste’ (1969) and this song is used as a backdrop in two places in the film. In both scenes, the song is being played from a 78 rpm record on an old styled gramophone. Almost the entire cast of the film gets presented in the two short clips. We see Balraj Sahni, Veena, Kamini Kaushal, Rajesh Khanna, Junior Mehmood and Jayant in the first clip. There is a lady actor sitting with Kamini Kaushal in the first part – is she Kumud Bole? Also, the baby girl with Junior Mehmood – I have seen her in other films also, but I am unable to put a name to her face. Then in the second clip, in addition to the above listed cast, we also have Prem Chopra, Bindu and Mumtaz. And yes, it is Krishnakant who gazes back at us from his perch in the portrait on the wall.

In its time, ‘Do Raaste’ was a popular hit film. Rajesh Khanna was the rising star at that time, plus the music of the film became very popular. Times were when a middle class joint family homes, were presented on screen quite realistically so. The story of the film is a typical loving family scenario, and then we have unhappiness and strife intervene – a new lady joining the household and sows the seeds of step-brotherly misunderstandings. The divide goes to extremes, before things get reformed and patched up. And then it is a joint happy family all over again.

This song appears twice in the film, once at the beginning, when everything is in a relaxed mood, and the household is the blessed ‘nyaara bangla’. And then, this song is presented again close to the end of the film, when all misunderstandings have been removed, and whole family reunites and returns once again to the ‘nyaara bangla‘.

In both the scenes, the song is being played on an old gramophone, which is manually operated. It has a big sound horn attached, as we remember from the old HMV logo. Ah, the pleasures of pure sounds from the 78 rpm records – no electronics, just a very authentic reproduction of the original sound as stored in electric impulses on the shellac. The wonders that were, without the later technologies and advancements. No creation of sound reproduction technology can even come close to the sound of a 78 rpm record playing on an HMV 102 machine – hand cranked, not even electricity to power the turntable. It continues to be a marvel of that age, which is also exemplified by another unique accomplishment – single mike recording with orchestra and multiple singers. The marvels of modern acoustic technology pale in comparison.

The song also brings back the memories of the heady days in the year 2011, going across the months of May through September. The blog was a ‘song-a-day’ platform for Saigal Sb songs. By the time we ended, we had brought on board all the Hindi/Urdu songs of Saigal Sb, which are available in public domain. The mind just cannot believe it is already more than 8 years ago that we went on that exhilarating journey. The joy of getting that done was surely a wondrous taste. But then I also think with some melancholy – that no more Saigal Sb songs are to be posted on our blog. Today’s post in this series is a device that makes us remember and revisit this miracle of nature that was – the voice of Saigal Sb. I take back my words – I would prefer to use ‘is’ instead of ‘was’. I am sure you will agree – for the voice continues to be with us. That peerless, unmatched, incomparable voice, that can only be replayed now.

Our dear Arun ji has mentioned in his previous post – “Door. . . Bahut Door” from yesterday – it was Raj Khosla’s (producer director of ‘Do Raaste’) own childhood memories that probably brought this song into the film. His father loved KL Saigal songs that would often play the records at home on an old gramophone. Those memories were relived by Raj Khosla himself, as he directed ‘Do Raaste’. Wonderful revival, wonderful renewal, wonderful memory stimulant. Thanks Raj Khosla ji, and thanks to Arun ji for bringing in this connect.

The original credits of this song are – lyrics by Kedar Sharma and music by RC Boral. Singing voice of course, is the inimitable Saigal Sb. Listen yet once again to this wondrous original voice – a benefaction of God Himself.

 

Song – Ik Bangala Baney Nyaara  (Do Raaste) (1969) Singers – KL Saigal, Lyrics – Kedar Sharma, MD – RC Boral

Lyrics

ek bangla baney nyaara
ek bangla baney nyaara
rahe kunba jis mein saara
ek bangla baney nyaara
ek bangla baney nyaara

sone ka bangla, chandan ka jangla
sone ka bangla, chandan ka jangla
vishvakarma ke dvaara
vishvakarma ke dvaara
sone ka bangla, chandan ka jangla
vishvakarma ke dvaara
ati sundar pyaara pyaara
ek bangla baney nyaara
ek bangla baney nyaara

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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इक बंगला बने न्यारा
इक बंगला बने न्यारा
रहे कुनबा जिस में सारा
इक बंगला बने न्यारा
इक बंगला बने न्यारा

सोने का बंगला चंदन का जंगला
सोने का बंगला चंदन का जंगला
विश्वकर्मा के द्वारा
विश्वकर्मा के द्वारा
सोने का बंगला चंदन का जंगला
विश्वकर्मा के द्वारा
अति सुंदर प्यारा प्यारा
इक बंगला बने न्यारा
इक बंगला बने न्यारा


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Blog Day : 4165 Post No. : 15339

“Jung Aur Aman”(1968) was directed by Nanubhai Bhatt for Metro Movie Production, Bombay. This movie had Dara Singh, Mumtaz, Jayant, Nadira, Mohan Choti, Krishna Kumari, Rajen Haksar, Murad etc in it.

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

Here is the second song from “Jung Aur Aman”(1968) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Suman Kalyanpur. Prem Dhawan is the lyricist. Music is composed by G S Kohli.

The song is picturised as a dancing under duress genre of song where Dara Singh is tied at a stake and Mumtaz has to dance to save his life. So this song is picturised under circumstances similar to “Basanti in kutton ke aage mat naachna” circumstance in “Sholay” (1975). 🙂


Song-Mar jaayenge chaahne waale tere (Jung aur Aman)(1968) Singer-Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics-Prem Dhawan, MD-G S Kohli

Lyrics

mar jaayenge chaahne waale tere
mar jaayenge chaahne waale tere
par ishq to rusva na hoga
mar jaayenge chaahne waale tere
hum ne to kabhi socha hi nahin ee ee
hum ne to kabhi socha hi nahin
anjaam hamaara kya hoga
mar jaayenge chaahne waale tere
par ishq to rusva na hoga
mar jaayenge chaahne waale tere

mere humdum yahaan o o o
mere humdum yahaan
do dilon ki jubaan
laakh samjhaao koi samajhta nahin
ishq hai gar khata o o o
ishq hai gar khata
jurm hai gar wafa
to bhala kaun ye jurm karta nahin
ye khata hamne ki
haan wafa hamne ki
de de sazaa ham sajaavaar hain
mar jaayenge chaahne waale tere
par ishq to rusva na hoga
mar jaayenge chaahne waale tere

mere khwaabon mein to o o
mere khwaabon mein to
roz aate thhe tum
aaj kismat se deedaar bhi ho gaya
aaj hai saamne o o o
aaj hai samne
phir se jalva wohi
jo dekha ke jhalak thha kahin kho gaya
ab to nikle sanam
tere kadmom mein dam
is haseen maut ke hum talabgaar hain
mar jaayenge chaahne waale tere
par ishq to rusva na hoga
mar jaayenge chaahne waale tere
hum ne to kabhi socha hi nahin ee ee
hum ne to kabhi socha hi nahin
anjaam hamaara kya hoga
mar jaayenge chaahne waale tere
par ishq to rusva na hoga
mar jaayenge chaahne waale tere


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 : 4030 Post No. : 15149

Hullo to all in Atuldom

With today’s post/ song the concerned movie achieves “YYIIPPEEEEhood”- a word on the lines of adulthood; not found in any standard dictionary and a creation of this blog just like “atuldom” and “atulites”.

The movie debuted on the blog on 18th January, 2010 and has had a rather slow run on the blog. The movie itself was huge hit in its time with all its songs still on the minds and lips of HFM lovers. (I was a child and I am not sure if I have seen it in a movie hall but have seen it umpteen times on TV.) I am not going into the minute details about the movie and say that it was directed by Dev Anand for his home production. I will also not say that the songs were written by Anand Bakshi and R D Burman was the music director. But the minute the song is posted the reaction is going to be “yeh abhi baaki hai?!!!” This was the reaction to the previous post from this movie too. In fact, Guruji had wondered how that song had escaped from being posted all these years considering it was THE MOST POPULAR song from the movie. My answer to that query would be “so that we could have that wonderful post from you, Sirji.” And the bigger reaction will be “this movie is not yet YYIIPPEEEED!!!” That is why I say wonders don’t cease in this blog of ours.
We are revisiting “Hare Rama Hare Krishna” today. This movie had seven songs and six songs -one of them being a multi-version song- are already posted.

The details of the songs from the movie that have been covered earlier :-

S N Song Song number in blog Date of posting
1 Kaanchi re kaanchi re 2268 18-Jan-10
2 Phoolon ka taaron ka sabka kehna hai Multiple version song 2838 24-Aug-10
3 Dekho o deewaanon tum ye kaam na karo 5098 4-Dec-11
4 I love you kya khushi kya hai gham 9241 4-Jan-14
5 Dum maaro dum mit jaaye gham 14829 7-Jan-19

The reason to revisit the movie today, is to wish the romantic leading lady -Mumtaz- on her 72nd birthday. She has had a journey in Bollywood that started as child star, extra, heroines’ friend etc in A- grade movies as a teenager and heroine of stunt films with Dara Singh etc. Her first adult role was that of the hero Rajendra Kumar’s sister in “Gehra Daag”. She had to wait a long time before bursting on the top heroine slot. By the time she reached the heroine slot she had played a dancer- vamp etc in “Mere Sanam”, “Khandaan”, “Kaajal’’ etc. Possibly the first time her comic side made itself felt was as ‘Meena’ in Mehmood’s “Pyar Kiye Jaa”. Her best times started with “Boond Jo Ban Gayi Moti” where she was heroine to Jeetendra after which she paired him in movies like “Jigri Dost” “Khilona” “Ek Naari Ek Brahmachari” and some more with a guest appearance in “Humjoli”. First time she paired with Rajesh Khanna was in “Do Raaste” followed by “Bandhan” “Roti” “Aap Ki Kasam” etc. She paired opposite the Khan brothers – Feroz and Sanjay- in “Aadmi aur insaan” “Apradh” “Mela” “Dhadakan” “Upasana” etc. So, what I want to highlight here is that many male actors who were lead stars in the movies during the 60s, when Mumtaz played a nimble-footed dancer or second lead-heroine sought her in the 70s to be their main romantic lead; she played heroine to Rajendra Kumar in “Tangewala”. In her career that lasted till 1977 – “Aaina” with Rajesh Khanna was her last as a heroine when she took retirement from movies in favour of family life- she had acted with actors ranging from Dara Singh, Sunil Dutt, Sanjeev Kumar, Dharmendra, Jeetendra, Rajesh Khanna, Shashi Kapoor, Feroz and Sanjay Khan. She even did a movie with Amitabh Bachchan as her hero.

Let us wish our “Kaanchi” a long and healthy life. Wish you a very happy birthday Mumu a.k.a Mumtaz.


Song-Ho re ghunghroo ka bole (Hare Rama Hare Krishna)(1971) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

ae kaancha

haay re daiya
haay re mera
saajan woh kehlaaye
dekhte sab rah jaayen woh mera
haath pakad lai jaaye

ho re ghunghroo kaa bole
aisa ho woh aisa ho
mera ghunghta jo khole

ho re ghunghroo ka bole
aisa ho woh aisa ho
mera ghunghta jo khole
arre kora kora gora gora
baanka chhora saiyyaan mora
ho re ghunghroo ka bole re

jidhar se bhi guzar jaaye mera chitchor
ha aa mera chitchor
haay daiyya mach jaaye galiyon mein shor
jhaanke jharokhon se goriyaan
jidhar se bhi guzar jaaye mera chitchor
ha aa mera chitchor
haay daiya mach jaaye galiyon mein shor
jhaanke jharokhon se goriyaan
jo dekhe ye bole,
haay mera mann dole
ho jo dekhe ye bole
haay mera mann dole
ho re ghunghroo ka bole
aisa ho woh aisa ho
mera ghunghta jo khole
arre kora kora gora gora
baanka chhora saiyyaan mora
ho re ghunghroo ka bole re

mele mein akele mohe sang lai jaaye
mohe sang lai jaaye
kaanch ki pachrangi choodiyan pehnaaye
jhumke bhi lai de bazaar se
mele mein akele mohe sang lai jaaye
mohe sang lai jaaye
kaanch ki pachrangi choodiyaan pehnaaye
jhumke bhi lai de bazaar se
jab bole haan bole
na munh se na bole
ho jab bole haan bole
na munh se na bole
ho ho re ghunghroo ka bole
aisa ho woh aisa ho
mera ghunghta jo khole
arre kora kora gora gora
baanka chhora saiyyaan mora
ho re ghunghroo ka bole re

tere jaisa
haan uuu hun
tere jaisa nahin
tere jaisa nahin re
haa aa aisa nahin re
haay raama koi mere jaisa nahi re
hai koi toh aaye saamne
mera dil dhadka de
lat uljhi suljha de
ho mera dil dhadka de
lat uljhi suljha de
ho ho re ghunghroo ka bole
aisa ho wo aisa ho
mera ghunghta jo khole
arre kora kora gora gora
baanka chhora saiyan mora
ho re ghungharoo ka bole re


This article is written by Raja, 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 : 4017 Post No. : 15124

The years roll by – time stops for no one.

And, just like that, it is now 7 years since that day in 2012.

I still remember that day very well – I first got the news on Facebook.

One of my friends had posted “vaada tera vaada”, saying “RIP Rajesh Khanna”.

It shook me – I immediately checked Twitter for validation. (Now Twitter is known to post fake death news from time to time. Not so long ago, they had posted news of Mumtaz’s death – thankfully, fake.) But I wanted a second source.

Sadly, and I realized this very soon with a sinking feeling, the news on 18th July 2012 was not fake. Rajesh Khanna (or Kaka, as he was more affectionately known) HAD passed away. For the past year, he had been suffering from cancer – and the cancer had finally won.

I felt miserable that day. Not that I didn’t know he was suffering from cancer, but I never expected him to go when he did.

That day my Facebook status was
Kya samjhega ye aalam koi
Badaa bhaari hai dil ye mera
Ki le gaye ho saath safar pe tumhaare
Tukda jo kabhi tha dil ye mera

Rubbish poetry, I know – but hey, it did reflect my mood.

Those were the times when I’d seek refuge in my blog. I’d just dump my thoughts onto my blog, for my own sake. It was my way of releasing my feelings, not suppressing them within.

That day too I went to my blog, and wrote a piece for Rajesh Khanna. A personal piece – well, about as personal a piece that one can write about someone he has never met, someone whose many character flaws one acknowledges, and yet someone who was a big part of one’s childhood.

I’ve written about Kaka several times here, and I don’t want to bore readers by repeating stuff.

I’ll just say a few things, and then move on to the song.

Firstly, most times when I discuss Kaka with others (I don’t do much of this anymore), I get the following reactions.
Firstly, a criticism of his acting – mostly his set mannerisms, and his hamming.
Secondly, criticism about him as a person.

I’ve noticed that people who dislike Kaka, tend to dislike him rather intensely. 🙂 On one, or both, of the above counts.

And, I must admit, they would not be wrong.

The first point first.

Without doubt, Kaka’s acting lost its freshness after a few years – and was a big reason for his decline. His superstar success lasted only a few years. During this period, he acted in a whole lot of films. Both he, and his producers, wanted to cash in on his name. Just his name used to be enough to sell a film. Sure, the films were all successful – Kaka holds the record for maximum number of consecutive hits.

But over-exposure comes with its risks. Especially when you’re boxed into a method of acting, expected to conform to set mannerisms, and a set dialogue delivery style. Yes, they made you successful, but style wears out after a while. Kaka’s mannerisms did become an issue. That the storylines also were beginning to get thin, did not help.

Much later in his career, we got to see a different Rajesh Khanna. Not THE superstar anymore, he could afford to act differently, in different roles. Let’s not forget he got his break in films by winning an acting contest, so he couldn’t have been that bad an actor. 🙂

Now, to the second point.

Again, I have to agree. It’s no secret that Kaka allowed success to get to his head. His unprofessional, and possibly even mean, behaviour with colleagues and others, left a lot of people bitter. No doubt many would have been happy to see him go down. A point made even more stark when compared with the upcoming star, Amitabh Bachchan, who was the model professional actor, punctual and polite.

I will not defend Kaka on this front at all. Much later in life, he did realize this himself.

All I will say is, every one of us has failings. Maybe if Kaka’s success had been more gradual, he’d have been a different person. Failure teaches us much more than success – Amitabh had a string of failures before becoming a superstar.

One person’s life is often a lesson for another. Just as people can tell aspiring youngsters “Look at Amitabh – how he struggled early in his career, but his perseverance and professionalism made him a superstar”, they can also say “Look at Rajesh Khanna – how he let success get to his head at a young age, and destroyed his career and relationships”.

One can learn from both.

To me, while I accept these criticisms, I will always remember, and thank, Rajesh Khanna for giving me many wonderful memories in my childhood.

That tilt of the head, that smile, that kurta, that dialogue delivery – today people might mock all of this, but in those days, these are what millions swooned over. That “Pushpa, I hate tears” line is still one of the best-known lines in Hindi cinema.

His films of that era made me feel good when I saw them in the early 70s. Later, when I saw them again, I’d still smile at “rona kabhi nahin rona”, “yahaan wahaan saare”, “nainon mein nindiya hai”, “ye shaam mastaani” and a whole lot of other songs. They’d bring back memories of my childhood.

Like one of my best friends (in class I) would always sing “pyaar deewana hota hai” from Kati Patang. It was his favourite song. I liked it a lot too, but I’d counter him with “ye shaam mastaani”. I know it sounds silly, but these are not just songs for me – they have memories attached to them. Like the incident attached to “o mere dil ke chain” – I’ve discussed the incident here earlier.

And that’s the thing. Each person’s memories are different, and therefore connect with someone is different. And while I acknowledge all Kaka’s failings, I also want to give him back a little bit of that love that I got from watching his films during my childhood.

That’s also the reason for this post. I haven’t written for a while now, but Avinashji requested me to write a post for this occasion. I was hesitant, since I sincerely believe I’ve lost my writing ability. I even told Avinashji “I can’t write anything longer than a tweet now” :-). But he was kind enough to share with me a whole lot of Kaka songs not posted yet, so I could easily pick one.

Now to the song.

Initially I thought of posting a sad song, considering it is on Kaka’s death anniversary. But then I thought again.

What I’d like to remember most of Kaka is the joy I got from watching his films, from before his decline. I think, from up there, he’d also probably like most people to remember him for those films.

So today’s song is from one of his early films – Bandhan (1969). I remember seeing this film long ago, though I don’t remember the story now.

By the way, it is exactly 50 years since this film was released. 1969 was a milestone year for Kaka – this was the year he became a superstar with Aradhana. And Do Raaste was a huge hit too.

The song “jaana hai to jao” shows early glimpses of the superstar-to-be. One can see some of those mannerisms that would become his hallmark in the coming years. And it is always fun to see Kaka and Mumtaz together, even if this was a less-known film than their more famous films to come.

The song is in the voices of Mahendra Kapoor and Asha Bhosle. Not surprising that Mahendra Kapoor was used, considering music is by Kalyanji-Anandji. The MK-KA combo had a huge hit with Upkar (1967), so KA were happy to use MK again. And at that time, Rajesh Khanna was “just another hero”. Kishore Kumar had not yet become his voice. In fact, in this film, even Mukesh sings a happy song for Rajesh Khanna. 🙂

I hope you like the song.

Thanks for the memories, Kaka.

Whatever the world might say about you, remember, when it comes to romance in film,

“tere hi to sar pe mohabbat ka taaj hai”.


Song-Arrey jaana hai to jaao manaayenge nahin (Bandhan)(1969) Singers-Mahendra Kapoor, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

Arrey jaana hai to jaao
arrey jaana hai to jaao manaayenge nahin
jaana hai to jaao
manaayenge nahin
nakhre kisi ke uthhaayenge nahin
nakhre kisi ke uthhaayenge nahin

eh
aana hai to aao
bulaayenge nahin
aana hai to aao
bulaayenge nahin
kadmon pe sar ko jhhukaayenge nahin
kadmon pe sar ko jhhukaayenge nahin
hmph
aana hai to aao

dekhi hai dekhi hai dekhi
arrey dekhi hai dekhi hai
tere jaisi kitni chhoriyaan
marti hain marti hain mujhper
saare gaaon ki goriyaan

arrey budhhu hai budhhu hai bilkul
tu kya dulhan laayega
Lagta hai tu kunwaara mar jaayega
Lagta hai tu kunwaara mar jaayega
hum kahen aur kya
tera bhaiyya khada
tujhe
nazron mein uski giraayenge nahin
ha ha ha
nazron me uski giraayenge nahin

arre samjhe
jaana hai to jaao manaayenge nahin
jaana hai to jaao manaayenge nahin
nakhre kisi ke uthhaayenge nahin
nakhre kisi ke uthhaayenge nahin
jaana hai to jaao

jab raaja mahaaraaja
koi mujhe byaahne aayega
jab raaja mahaaraaja
koi mujhe byaahne aayega
seene pe seene pe tere
saanp sa lahra jaayega

arrey tu hai bandariya
hmphh
chal chal
arrey tu hai bandariya
koi madaari hi tujhko le jaayega
kas ke maarega dande
nachaayega
kas ke maarega dande
nachaayega
haa haa
akl moti teri
O naak chhoti teri
mendhki ko to munh hum lagaayenge nahin
chhi chhi
mendhki ko munh hum lagaayenge nahin
eh
jaana hai to jaao
jaana hai to jaao bulaayenge nahin
jaana hai to jaao bulaayenge nahin
kadmon pe sar ko jhhukaayenge nahin
jaa
jaana hai to jaao

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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अरे जाना है तो जाओ
अरे जाना है तो जाओ
मनाएंगे नहीं
जाना है तो जाओ
मनाएंगे नहीं
नखरे किसी के उठायेंगे नहीं
नखरे किसी के उठायेंगे नहीं
ये
आना है तो आओ
बुलायेंगे नहीं
आना है तो आओ
बुलायेंगे नहीं
क़दमों पे सर को झुकायेंगे नहीं
क़दमों पे सर को झुकायेंगे नहीं
हं
आना है तो आओ

देखी है देखी है देखी
अरे
देखी है देखी है
तेरे जैसी कितनी छोरियां
मरती है मरती है मुझपे
सारे गाँव की गोरियाँ
अरे बुद्धू है बुद्धू है बिलकुल
तू क्या दुल्हन लाएगा
लगता है तू कुंवारा मर जाएगा
लगता है तू कुंवारा मर जाएगा
हम कहे और क्या
तेरा भैय्या खडा
तुझे
नज़रों में उसकी गिराएंगे नहीं
हं हं हं
नज़रों में उसकी गिराएंगे नहीं

अरे समझे
जाना है तो जाओ मनाएंगे नहीं
जाना है तो जाओ
मनाएंगे नहीं
नखरे किसी के उठायेंगे नहीं
नखरे किसी के उठायेंगे नहीं
जाना है तो जाओ

जब राजा महाराजा कोई
मुझे ब्याहने आएगा
जब राजा महाराजा कोई
मुझे ब्याहने आएगा
सीने पे सीने पे तेरे
सांप सा लहरा जाएगा

अरे तू है बंदरिया
चल चल
अरे तू है बंदरिया
कोई मदारी ही तुझको ले जाएगा
कसके मारेगा डंडे
नचाएगा
कसके मारेगा डंडे
नचाएगा
हां हां
अक्ल मोटी तेरी
ओ नाक छोटी तेरी
मेढकी को तो मुंह हम लगायेंगे नहीं
छी छी
मेढकी को मुंह हम लगायेंगे नहीं
ये
जाना है तो आओ
जाना है तो आओ
बुलायेंगे नहीं
जाना है तो आओ
बुलायेंगे नहीं
क़दमों पे सर को झुकायेंगे नहीं
जा
जाना है तो जाओ


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4013 Post No. : 15120 Movie Count :

4153

“Ek Naari Ek Brahmchaari”(1971) was directed by K P atma for Jyoti Navshakti Combines, Bombay. This “social” movie had Jeetendra, Mumtaz, Sohrab Modi, Durga Khote, Jagdeep, Aruna Irani, Mukri, Mohan Choti, Brahmchaari, B B Bhalla, Polson, Birbal, Harinath Thakur, Vishnu Malhotra, Renu etc, with guest appearances by eshto Mukherji and Krishn Dhawan and special appearances by Shatrughan Sinha and Malka.

The movie had five songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Ek Naari Ek Brahmchaari”(1971) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Kishore Kumar. Hasrat Jaipuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shankar Jaikishan.

The song is picturised on Jeetendra and Mumtaz.

With this song, “Ek Naari Ek Brahmchaari”(1971) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Ye pyaar to milan hai (Ek Naari Ek Brahmchaari)(1971) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics (Sent by Prakashchandra)

ye pyaar to milan hai
yahaan milen wahaan milen
jahaan kaho jaise kaho wahaan milen
ye pyaar to milan hai
yahaan milen wahaan milen
jahaan kaho jaise kaho wahaan milen
ye pyar to milan hai

dekho na aise mujhko
kyun dil jala rahi ho
mauka hai pyaar ka ye
kyon door ja rahi ho
dekho na aise mujhko
kyon dil jala rahi ho
mauka hai pyaar ka ye
kyon door ja rahi ho
ye pyaar to milan hai
yahaan milen wahaan milen
jahaan kaho jaise kaho wahaan milen
ye pyaar to milan hai

koi janam ho gori
tujhko rahoonga pake
dharti ho ya gagan ho
tujhse miloonga aake
koi janam ho gori tujhko rahoonga pake
dharti ho ya gagan ho
tujhse miloonga aake
ye pyaar to milan hai
yahaan milen wahaan milen
jahaan kaho jaise kaho wahaan milen
ye pyaar to milan hai
yahaan milen wahaan milen
jahaan kaho jaise kaho wahaan milen
ye pyaar to milan hai
hai ae ae


This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in 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 :

3903 Post No. : 14956 Movie Count :

4087

Missing Films of 1960s – 99
– – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

OK wow, we are at 99 for this series today. 🙂

The surprising thing is that this film is not yet on the blog. It is not obscure, it is not unfamiliar, it is not starring unfamiliar faces, it does not contain unfamiliar or unheard songs, and the songs are good to be heard. So then, how come?

Well, we come to it today. The film we are bringing on today is ‘Shart’ from 1969. Of course, its namesake from 1954 has legendary music and songs. The 1969 ‘Shart’ does not compare to the quality of music of the earlier one. But still, given the era we were in during late 1960s, we are still talking of primary rated artists who came together for this song. In their own right, these artists had already established themselves in the industry.

Music is by Laxmikant Pyaarelal. The lyrics are written by Anand Bakshi. And the singer of this song is Asha Bhosle. The lead pair in this film is Mumtaz and Sanjay (later known by the name Sanjay Khan). By 1969, both had made their presence felt on the box office. Mumtaz, having struggled thru from being a junior artist and then playing many a C grade films, had by this time graduated to A and B class cinema. Sanjay, being the younger brother of Feroze Khan already had a head start – appearing in big banner films opposite to top line leading ladies already.

The film was produced under the banner of Shankar Movies, Bombay, and was directed by Kewal Mishra. The star cast of this film, in addition to the lead pair mentioned above, is listed as Kumud Chhugani, Rajendra Nath, KN Singh, Ramesh Dev, Rajan Haksar, Heeralal, Shammi, Meena Rai, Murad, Ravikant, Tuntun, Ravi Khanna, and Hercules.

I do not readily recall the storyline. The song is group dance song, with Mumtaz as the lead dancer and a group of sahelis supporting her. We catch a glimpse of Ramesh Deo in the beginning of the clip. And Sanjay is seen watching this dance performance. The peculiar thing about this song is that in between we see that the lead dancer is switched, and we see another lady leading the dance, wearing exactly the same attire as Mumtaz. I request our circle of knowledgeable readers to please help identify this other lady.

It seems that the leading man, Sanjay, is equally perplexed. There is a look of baffled curiosity on his face, as he tries to figure out how the lady is being switched, as the song progresses. From a distance, it cannot be clearly made out, but in closer shots, there definitely is a switching of lead performer happening. Again, request is for those who may have seen this film, to please add information to explain this situation.

The song itself is a lovely Asha rendition, and the performance by Mumtaz is simply too good. Very energetic and very involved with the scene, she is of course the star attraction in this clip.

And after this post – we have the century post of this series coming up. Watch this space for more. 🙂 🙂

Song – Chori Se Sainyyaan Ne Mohe Pukaara  (Shart) (1969) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Anand Bakshi, MD – Laxmikant Pyaarelal

Lyrics

oo oo oo ooo
oo oo oo ooo
oo oo
oo oooo

oo oo oo ooo
oo oo oo ooo
oo oo
oo oooo

chori se sainyyaan ne mohe pukaara
re chupke se maine bhi kiya ishaara
re kali kali jaan gayi
gali gali mach gaya shor
kali kali jaan gayi
gali gali mach gaya shor
chori se sainyyaan ne mohe pukaara
re chupke se maine bhi kiya ishaara
re kali kali jaan gayi
gali gali mach gaya shor
kali kali jaan gayi
oy gali gali mach gaya shor

pehle thi champa
phir bani gori
pad gaya ab mera naam chakori
ae suno
ae dekho
o logo
ud gayi bairan nindiya mori
pakdi gayi mere mann ki chori
bhed naa ye kaam aaya
dosh mere naam aaya
kali kali jaan gayi
gali gali mach gaya shor
chori se sainyyaan ne mohe pukaara
re chupke se maine bhi kiya ishaara
re kali kali jaan gayi
gali gali mach gaya sho..or
kali kali jaan gayi
oy gali gali mach gaya shor

main kya jaanoon
chhup ke sakhiyaan
sunti hain mere prem ki batiyaan
ae suno
ae dekho
o logo
main kya jaanoon
karte hain batiyaan
padh ke log mere naam ki patiyaan
dheere dheere baaten huin
chori mulaqaaten huin
kali kali jaan gayi
gali gali mach gaya shor
chori se sainyyaan ne mohe pukaara
re chupke se maine bhi kiya ishaara
re kali kali jaan gayi
gali gali mach gaya shor
kali kali jaan gayi
gali gali mach gaya sho..or
kali kali jaan gayi
gali gali mach gaya sho..or

lallaa lallaa lallaa lallaa
lallaa

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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ओ ओ ओ ओss
ओ ओ ओ ओss
ओ ओ
ओ ओsss

ओ ओ ओ ओss
ओ ओ ओ ओss
ओ ओ
ओ ओsss

चोरी से सैयां ने मोहे पुकारा
रे चुपके से मैंने भी किया इशारा
रे कली कली जान गई
गली गली मच गया शोर
कली कली जान गई
गली गली मच गया शोर
चोरी से सैयां ने मोहे पुकारा
रे चुपके से मैंने भी किया इशारा
रे कली कली जान गई
गली गली मच गया शोर
कली कली जान गई
ओय गली गली मच गया शोर

पहले थी चम्पा
फिर बनी गोरी
पड़ गया अब मेरा नाम चकोरी
ए सुनो
ए देखो
ओ लोगो
उड़ गई बैरन नींदिया मोरी
पकड़ी गई मेरे मन की चोरी
भेद ना ये काम आया
दोष मेरे नाम आया
कली कली जान गई
गली गली मच गया शोर
चोरी से सैयां ने मोहे पुकारा
रे चुपके से मैंने भी किया इशारा
रे कली कली जान गई
गली गली मच गया शोर
कली कली जान गई
ओय गली गली मच गया शोर

मैं क्या जानूँ
छुपके सखियाँ
सुनीत हैं मेरे प्रेम की बतियाँ
ए सुनो
ए देखो
ओ लोगो
मैं क्या जानूँ
करते हैं बतियाँ
पढ़ के लोग मेरे नाम की पतियाँ
धीरे धीरे बातें हुईं
चोरी मुलाकातें हुईं
कली कली जान गई
गली गली मच गया शोर
चोरी से सैयां ने मोहे पुकारा
रे चुपके से मैंने भी किया इशारा
रे कली कली जान गई
गली गली मच गया शोर
कली कली जान गई
गली गली मच गया शो॰॰ओर
कली कली जान गई
गली गली मच गया शो॰॰ओर

लल्ला लल्ला लल्ला लल्ला
लल्ला


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Blog Day : 3791 Post No. : 14775

“Aaina”(1974) was produced by N Selvaraja and L Duraiswamy and was directed by K Balachandar for Kalakendra Films production. The movie had Mumtaz, Rajesh Khanna, A.K.Hangal, Nirupa Roy, Rita Bhaduri, Ratan Chopra, Lalita Pawar, Jayasudha, Adil Aman, Manmohan Krishna, Anjum Savera, Vandana Rane, Yasmin, Baby Seema, Kalpana, Jagdish Raj, Polson, Madhukar, Brahmachari, Suraj, Prem Kumar, Master Paresh Kumar, Master Jaganath, Madan Puri, Suresh Chatwal, Jagdeep etc in it. This movie had Neetu Singh and Dharmendra in special appearances. The film also had Kamal Hasan in it who was also one of the dance directors of the movie.

The movie had five songs in it. Three songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fourth song from “Aaina”(1974) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Jaan Nisaar Akhtar is the lyricist. Music is composed by Naushad.

The song is picturised as a wedding ritual song where Mumtaz, playing a saheli of the bride is seen teasing the bridegroom. While I can identify a few actors seen in the picturisation (such as Nirupa Roy), I am unable to identify most of them. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify them.

PS-Several months later, I realised that this song is a multi part song according to HFGK. The song begins as “teri dulhan badi jaadoogarni” sung by Vani Jairam. Then the part sung by Asha Bhonsle appears.

So this song basically is a multi part song.

With this, all the five songs of the movie get covered and the movie joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Kaho to aaj bol doon (Aaina)(1974) Singer-Vani Jairam, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Jaan Nisaar Akhtar, MD-Naushad
Chorus

Lyrics

teri dulhan badi jaadugarni
ho teri dulhan badi jaadugarni
dulha raja pe kya jaadu daala re
mere chhaila pe kya tona maara re
teri dulhan badi jaadugarni

roop koi na rang koi
gun hai na dhang
hahahah
roop koi na rang
koi gun hai na dhang
abhi karni to dulhaa ko bharni re
teri dulhan badi jaadugarni
hahahaaha
hahahaha

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Dialogue
—————————————–
didi
dekho na hamaari bahan ko kis tarah chhed rahe hain
tum kyun nahin unhen chhedti didi
didi
dulhe ko to tum hi ulloo bana sakti ho
jaao na
jaao na
jaao na
haan chalo

hahahahaaha

maza aayega
maza aayega
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end of dialogue
——————————–

kaho to aaj bol doon

kaho to aaj bol doon
main saare bhed khol doon
ke dulha sharmaaye
rang ud ud jaaye
kaho to aaj bol doon
main saare bhed khol doon
ke dulha sharmaaye
rang ud ud jaaye

mujhko maaloom hai sab
dhang iske hain ajab
kabhi jhaanke ye idhar
kabhi taake ye udar
har haseena pe mare
roop kya kya na bhare
laakh nadaan lage
mujhko shaitaan lage ae ae
kaho to
haha
kaho to aaj bol doon
mai sare bhed khol doon
ke dulha sharmaaye
rang ud ud jaaye

itna bhookha hai ke bas mujhko aata hai taras
iske man bhaaye sabhi
jo mile khaaye sabhi
chaahe jhootha hi mile
sabka thhooka hi mile
ye kahaan tak hai gira
munh na khulvaao mera
kaho to
kyun
kaho to aaj bol doon
main saare bhed khol doon
ke dulha sharmaaye
rang ud ud jaaye

poochho dulhe se zara
kyun hai gusse mein bhara
aisi kya maine kahi
teer ban ke jo lagi
kyun jhuki jaaye nazar
kyun paseene mein hai tar
iski baaten main sabhi kah deti hoon abhi ee
kaho to aaj bol doon
ho o
kaho to
kaho to aaj bol doon
main saare bhed khol doon
ke dulha sharmaaye
rang ud ud jaaye


This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day : 3727 Post No. : 14668

ये किसने गीत छेड़ा॰ ॰ ॰

There is always a freshness – a freshness as fresh as the cool early morning breeze. Pick up any film, and you will find this freshness wash all over you, as the music and the songs of that film play. Be it “Nadiya Kinaare Heraaye Aayi Kangna”, or “Naina Diwaane, Ik Nahin Maanen”, or “Thandi Hawaayen, Lehra Ke Aayen”, or “Ye Raat Ye Chandani Phir Kahaan”, or “Phaili Huyin Hain Sapnon Ki Baahen”, or “O Nigaahen Mastaana”, or “Mehfil Mein Aaye Wo Aaj Dheere Se”, or “Khoya Khoya Chaand”, or “Dil Ka Bhanwar Kare Pukaar”, or “Haule-Haule Jiya Dole”, or “O Mere Bairaagi Bhanwra”, or “Megha Chhaaye Aadhi Raat”, or “Sun Ree Pawan, Pawan Purvaiya”, or “Sandhyaa Jo Aaye Mann Ud Jaaye”. . . the list seems to be endless.

Other authors have written about this; this and the daily routine of his morning walk – creating the rhythm with snapping of his fingers, and humming the melody softly in his breaths. That is where most of his masterpieces have come from – plucked out of the cool and fresh morning breeze during his morning walks. One can almost feel as if he saw the peacock when he contemplated on “Mann Mor Hua Matwaala. . .”. And one can feel the whiff of cold breeze in “Thandi Hawa Ka Shor Hai. . .” as the stanza lines of “Chupke Se Miley Pyaase Pyaase. . .”. Maybe it was an encounter with a dreamy eyed young lady that brought to life “Yaad Aa Gayin Wo Nasheeli Nigaahen. . .”. Or that the “Khoya Khoya Chaand. . .” melody came about on a day when the moon was still visible in the early morning gray skies. Conjectures all, but surely, the music came with the early morning breeze.

One also wonders where the eternity of melancholy came to him – “Pyaar Ne Kitne Sapne Dekhe. . .”, “Dukhi Mann Mere. . .”, “Bharam Teri Wafaaon Ka. . .”, “Badi Sooni Sooni Hai. . .”, “Jaane Wo Kaise Log The. . .”, “Jaayen To Jaayen Kahaan. . .”, “Saathi Na Koi Manzil. . .”, “1 . .”, “Tum Mujhse Door Chale Jaana Na. . .” – and many more. Maybe so, that these compositions simply cannot be believed to exist outside of Sachin Da’s regime.

Celebrating the anniversary of his birth today (1st October), I present this completely forgotten and unknown piece of music that is a very short song that plays when the credits of the film ‘Tere Mere Sapne’ (1971) are rolling on the screen. Practically all the songs that Sachin Da has sung for the screen, have all been accounted for on our blog. But not this one.

The unmistakable folk flavor, that is Sachin Da’s favourite genre, is present predominantly in this music piece. As the prelude of this music plays on, one is struck by how the maestro has melded the music with the sounds of machinery and the hammering sound of the miner’s picks and axes. Really remarkable.

ये किसने गीत छेड़ा
दिल मेरा नाचे थिरक थिरक॰ ॰ ॰

ये किसने गीत छेड़ा

 

Song – Phulwa Mangaao Zara Angna Sajaao Gori (Tere Mere Sapne) (1971) Singer – SD Burman, Lyrics – Neeraj, MD – SD  Burman

Lyrics

hey ey..ey..ey
phulwa mangaao zara angna sajaao gori
bichhde balam ghar aayenge

ye ey..ey..ey
jiyaha ye doley jaise neem ki hi pori
bichhde balam ghar aayenge
bichhde balam ghar aayenge

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हे ए॰॰ए॰॰ए
फुलवा मंगाओ ज़रा अंगना सजाओ गोरी
बिछड़े बलम घर आएंगे

ये ए॰॰ए॰॰ए
जियाहा ये डोले जैसे नीम की ही पोरी
बिछड़े बलम घर आएंगे
बिछड़े बलम घर आएंगे


This article is written by Raja, 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 : 3721 Post No. : 14656

By now it seems to have become a routine for me to make only cameos on this blog, triggered either by a memorable event (such as the blog’s tenth anniversary) or a “nudge” from another Atulite. 🙂

I will not seek to correct this impression – for the facts speak for themselves. I will also not make any excuse of “being busy” – that would only be an insult to people like Atul and Sudhir ji who manage to give so much time to the blog, despite so many demands on their time.

So no excuse – mea culpa. Today’s post is also a result of a nudge – this time from Peevisie’s Mom.

It happens to be the birthday of Feroz Khan today – and she called me up to remind me of it. A while ago, she and I had discussed that the popular song “Hamaare Siwa. . .” (‘Apradh’ – 1972) had not yet been posted on the blog – so she called up to remind me that there was an occasion coming up to remedy the situation. 🙂 So here is the post for this song – and to remember Feroz Khan.

I remember writing about Feroz Khan earlier – I think it was a couple of years ago. I haven’t checked that post – and am writing purely from my thoughts of the moment – so kindly excuse me if much of what I say is repetitive.

Feroz Khan, for me, has his own place in Hindi cinema. There are many who had a more successful career than Feroz. Certainly as an actor, he wasn’t rated all too highly, if I’m to be brutally honest. He had his moments, but one would have to be disingenuous about his acting achievements, to put him in the same league as at least a dozen other actors/stars.

And though he was very successful as a producer/director, there have been more successful producers / directors. And yet, for me, Feroz holds his own in Hindi cinema. As a personality, he seemed to me to have something about him that made him different from others. I think it was the way he carried himself.

Much of my exposure to Feroz was, of course, in the 1970s. By that time he had turned producer – so I got to see him both as actor and producer – in films like ‘Apradh’ (1972), ‘Dharmatma’ (1975) and ‘Qurbani’ (1980). All these films have one thing in common – they are all made on a grand scale, with no expenses spared, no corners cut in producing an extravagant spectacle for the audience. Naturally this became the image of Feroz Khan in my mind – and I think, for most people. His films are glamorous, with foreign locales, expensive cars and the like. Feroz seemed to revel in this flamboyant image – and continued it through the 1980s and 90s in films like ‘Janbaaz’ (1986), ‘Dayavan’ (1988) and ‘Yalgaar’ (1992).

If the films made by him are to be taken as representative of his life, one would not be mistaken in saying that Feroz lived life king-size. I enjoyed each one of these films – they were thoroughly entertaining, with a decent story line (which is very important for me!) and good songs too. Most of the songs of films made by Feroz became super-hits, suggesting he had a good ear for music.

And yet, for me, the story doesn’t end here. It is the first half of his career, so very different from the second half, that makes his story fascinating for me. Like I’ve said before, my clearest memories of Feroz are from his films of the 1970s. But he acted in many films in the 1960s too – and any reference to his work that does not mention this would be incomplete.

One of my friends once jokingly said “Feroz Khan probably got into producing his own films because he got fed up of never getting the heroine.” 🙂

Yes, said in jest, but it is true that in many of his films till he began making his own, Feroz missed out. In some early films, he was the villain – so then it’s understandable. But in many other films too, even as the good / semi-good guy, he would end up not getting the heroine. In ‘Oonche Log’ (1964), the heroine dies – in ‘Mela’ (1970), his character dies as he “sacrifices” for his brother. And in films like ‘Aarzoo’ (1965), ‘Aadmi Aur Insaan’ (1969), ‘Pyaasi Shaam’ (1969), ‘Safar’ (1970), ‘Upaasna’ (1971), the heroine loves the other guy. Small consolation maybe that in ‘Darinda’ (1977) he manages to turn the tables on Sunil Dutt for ‘Pyaasi Shaam’ (1969). 🙂

Of course, that was how the script was written – but it always made me feel bad to see Feroz lose out. 🙂 , even though he’d occasionally get to sing lovely songs like “Darpan Ko Dekha. . .”  and “Jo Tumko Ho Pasand. . .” in the process. 🙂

Then there were those black-and-white films of the 60s. Many not well-known, probably then categorized as “B’’ films. Many with Mumtaz, herself then not in the A league. Having both gone through similar careers in the 60s, Feroz and Mumtaz were very good friends – and it’s hardly surprising that Mumtaz was his lead when he produced Apradh (1972).

One song from a Feroz “B” film I fondly remember is “Anjaan hai koi” (‘Anjaan Hai Koi’ – 1969). I think this song was quite popular in its time – at least I remember it from my childhood. Other less-known Feroz films I remember are ‘Ek Paheli’ (1971) with Tanuja (“Main Ek Paheli Hoon”) and ‘Anjaan Raahen’ (1974) with Asha Parekh (“Mujhe Nahin Poochhni Tumse Beeti Baatein”).

And of course, ‘Kashmakash’ (1973) and films like ‘Khote Sikke’ (1974) and ‘Kaala Sona’ (1975). The last-two were typical films that could have been made for Feroz – I remember enjoying both of them. 🙂

In general, I liked watching his films, especially of the 70s and later – they were never boring. Feroz himself, while never having pretensions to being a great actor, was fun to watch. And one of my favourite Rafisaab songs is picturised on him – “Jaag Dil-e-Deewaana”. 🙂 (‘Oonche Log’ – 1965).

So today, on his birthday, I have fond memories of Feroz Khan – and want to thank him for making entertaining films, with lovely songs. Today’s song is from ‘Apradh’ (1972) – the once very popular “Hamaare Siwa”. I remember listening to it a lot on radio at the time.

I saw the movie ages ago – sometime in the 70s. Have not seen it since, so I don’t remember anything of the story. I think it was something to do with smuggling, and had a lot of foreign locales, but sorry, I can’t remember any more than this. It’s surprising that in more than 10 years on this blog, the song hasn’t been posted yet. But better late than never, I guess.

So today, on Feroz Khan’s birthday, let’s all enjoy this song from his own film – the first film he produced/directed.

 

Song – Hamaare Siwa Tumhaare Aur Kitne Deewaane Hain (Apradh) (1972) Singer – Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Indeevar, MD – Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

hamaare siwa
tumhaare aur kitne deewaane hain
hamaare siwa
tumhaare aur kitne deewaane hain
hamaare?
haan tumhaare aur kitne thikaane hain
kasam se kisi ko nahin main jaanti
achha?
aur kisi ko nahin pehchaanti
arrey chhodo chhodo ye to bahaane hain
hamaare siwa
haan tumhaare aur kitne deewaane hain
tumhaare aur kitne thikaane hain

khoobsoorati aur wafaa
dekhi na donon ek jagah
haan haan dekhi na donon ek jagah
hote hain mard bade shakki
baat hai ye bilkul pakki
bholi si
aati ho nazar
haan haan bholi si
aati ho nazar
ho chanchal chaalaak magar
aurat ka dil jaane nahin
aap hamen pehchaane nahin
chhodo chhodo hum bhi sayaane hain
hamaare siwa
tumhaare aur kitne deewaane hain
tumhaare aur kitne thikaane hain

tum ho pareshaan kis gham se
raaz-e-dil keh do hum se
haan haan raaz-e-dil keh do hum se
apni kaho chhodo meri
karte ho kyon hera pheri
yaaron pe tohmat lagaate nahin
yaaron pe tohmat lagaate nahin
sab ko nishaana banaate nahin
khud harjaayee bhanwre ho tum
ek jagah kab thehre ho tum
chhodo chhodo hum to parwaane hain

hamaare siwa
haan tumhaare aur kitne deewaane hain
tumhaare aur kitne thikaane hain
kasam se kisi ko nahin main jaanti
hmm
aur kisi ko nahin pehchaanti
arrey chhodo chhodo ye to bahaane hain
hamaare siwa
tumhaare aur kitne deewaane hain

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हमारे सिवा
तुम्हारे और कितने दीवाने हैं
हमारे सिवा
तुम्हारे और कितने दीवाने हैं
हमारे?
हाँ तुम्हारे और कितने ठिकाने हैं
कसम से किसी को नहीं मैं जानती
अच्छा?
और किसी को नहीं पहचानती
अरे छोड़ो छोड़ो ये तो बहाने हैं
हमारे सिवा
तुम्हारे और कितने दीवाने हैं
तुम्हारे और कितने ठिकाने हैं

खूबसूरती और वफा
देखी न दोनों एक जगह
हाँ हाँ देखी न दोनों एक जगह
होते हैं मर्द बड़े शक्की
बात है ये बिलकुल पक्की
भोली सी आती हो नज़र
हो चंचल चालाक मगर
औरत का दिल जाने नहीं
आप हमें पहचाने नहीं
छोड़ो छोड़ो हम भी सयाने हैं
हमारे सिवा
तुम्हारे और कितने दीवाने हैं
तुम्हारे और कितने ठिकाने हैं

तुम हो परेशान किस ग़म से
राज़ ए दिल कह दो हमसे
हाँ हाँ राज़ ए दिल कह दो हमसे
अपनी कहो छोड़ो मेरी
करते हो क्यों हेरा फेरी
यारों पे तोहमत लगाते नहीं
यारों पे तोहमत लगाते नहीं
सबको निशाना बनाते नहीं
खुद हरजाई भँवरे हो तुम
एक जगह कब ठहरे हो तुम
छोड़ो छोड़ो हम तो परवाने हैं
हमारे सिवा
तुम्हारे और कितने दीवाने हैं
तुम्हारे और कितने ठिकाने हैं
कसम से किसी को नहीं मैं जानती
हम्म॰॰॰
और किसी को नहीं पहचानती
अरे छोड़ो छोड़ो ये तो बहाने हैं
हमारे सिवा
तुम्हारे और कितने दीवाने हैं


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Blog Day : 3578 Post No. : 14326

Today (5 may 2018) is the twelfth rememberance day of Naushad (26 December 1919 – 5 May 2006).

Naushad composed just above 600 songs in 64 Hindi movies. 530 songs from 60 of his movies have been covered in the blog. 49 of these movies have already been YIPPEED in the blog. So unlike other music blogs/ radio stations/ TV stations, who play the usual well known songs as always, we in this blog only have 70 odd Naushad compositions from 15 movies to chose from, seeing that we do not repeat a song in the blog.

Seeing that all Naushad movies of 1950s and 1960s have already been YIPPEED, we only have Naushad songs of 1970s and beyond left to be covered.

Here is a song from “Aaina”(1974) as a tribute to Naushad. This movie was a Kalakendra Films production. It was produced by N Selvaraja and L Duraiswamy and was directed by K Balachandar. The movie had Mumtaz, Rajesh Khanna, A.K.Hangal, Nirupa Roy, Rita Bhaduri,Ratan Chopra, Lalita Pawar, Jayasudha,Adil Aman, Manmohan Krishna, Anjum Savera,Vandana Rane, Yasmin,Baby Seema, Kalpana, Jagdish Raj, Polson, Madhukar, Brahmachari, Suraj, Prem Kumar, Master Paresh Kumar, Master Jaganath, Madan Puri, Suresh Chatwal, Jagdeepetc in it. This movie had Neetu Singh and Dharmendra in special appearances. The film also had Kamal Hasan in it who was also one of the dance directors of the movie.

The movie had five songs in it. Two songs have been covered in the blog.

This song, the third from the movie, is sung by Lata. Jaan Nisaar Akhtar is the lyricist.

The song is picturised as a radio song on Reeta Bhaduri, who is seen singing this song as a tribute to Mumtaz, who plays the long suffering and scarificing bhartiya naari in the movie, as far as I can tell from the picturisation of this song.

The picturisation also shows many other persons, including Nirupa Roy, listening to the broadcast of this song on radio.


Song-Wo jo auron ki khaatir jiye (Aaina)(1974) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Jaan Nisaar Akhtar, MD-Naushad

Lyrics

wo jo auron ki khaatir jiye mar mite
sochti hoon unhen kya mila
wo jo auron ki khaatir jiye mar mite
sochti hoon unhen kya mila
kya mila
kya mila

jaise baadal barasta hua
pyaas jag ki bujhaata hai
aa aa aa
jaise baadal barasta hua
pyaas jag ki bujhaata hai
jaise chandan sabhi ke liye
apni kushboo lutaata rahaa aa
yoonhi tum apna jeevan lutaati rahi
par tumhen pyaar kiska mila
wo jo auron ki khaatir jiye mar mite
sochti hoon unhen kya mila

khwaab dekhe hamaare liye
ek pal bhi agar so gayi ee ee
khwaab dekhe hamaare liye
ek pal bhi agar so gayi
tum ho maa saare pariwaar ki ee
sabki fikaron mein tum kho gayi ee
tum ho ma sare pariwar ki ee
sabki fikaron me tum kho gayi ee
tum na biyahi
na hatho me mehndi rachi
aur na maathe ko teeka mila
wo jo auron ki khaatir
unhen kya mila

ek aurat ho meri taraha
phir bhi lagti ho devi mujhe
aa aa
ek aurat ho meri tarha
phir bhi lagti ho devi mujhe
apna sab kuchh mitaaya magar
ik nayi zindagi di mujhe ae
apna sab kuch mitaya magar
ik nayi zindagi di mujhe ae
har andhere mein jalti pighalti rahi
dil tumhen deep jaisa mila
wo jo auron ki khaatir jiye mar mite
sochti hoon unhen kya mila
kya mila
kya mila


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