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This article is written by nahm, 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 :

5053 Post No. : 16967

In the beginning years of this millennium, we among the last dwellers of last millennium, were kept mesmerized with old Hindi film songs.  This was a willing intoxication, which made it possible to deal all difficulties, happiness, sadness, tragedies etc. that life chose to throw at us.   Often the songs that played randomly in a collection of songs playing on computer would become a subject of discussion.  Once, a close friend said she like this song by Mohammed Rafi Sb a lot:

baa-hosh-o-hawaas mein deewaanaa
ye aaj waseeyat kartaa hoon
ye dil ye jaan mile tumko
main tumse muhabbat kartaa hoon

This song from the film ‘Night In London’ (1967) is posted here.

Another colleague/friend once spoke of this song from ‘Aaye Din Bahaar Ke’ (1966) – “Mere Dushman Tu Meri Dosti Ko Tarse“. Now this song is very interesting in its lyrics/poetry which is actually cursing the beloved.  Total and full of ‘bad-duaa’ ie ill wishing – it is to be seen to be believed, what all the poet is wishing on his beloved friend.

mere dil se sitamgar toone achchi dillagi ki hai
ke banke dost apne doston se dushmani ki hai

mere dushman tu meri dosti ko tarse
mujhe gham dene waale tu khushi ko tarse

 tu phool bane patjhad kaa, tujh pe bahaar na aaye kabhi
meri hi tarah tu tadpe tujhko qaraar na aaye kabhi
jiye tu is tarah ke zindagi ko tarse

itnaa to asar kar jaayen meri wafaayen o bewafaa
ik roz tujhe yaad aayen apni jafaayen o bewafaa
pashemaan hoke roye, tu hansi ko tarse

tere gulshan se zyaadaa veeraan koyi veeraanaa na ho
is duniyaa mein koyi teraa apnaa to kyaa, begaanaa na ho
kisi kaa pyaar kyaa tu berukhi ko tarse

Just falling short of wishing death! ‘jiye tu iss tarah ke zindagi ko tarse’.  There are numerous songs of this situation in Hindi films, too many to count actually.  In the 60’s it can be said, that every other film had this situation song, where the hero or the heroine is wronged, and singing a song lamenting the bewafaai of the beloved.  But I have looked all over the blog and I could not find any other song so full of curses. And this is also the only song on the blog, which is tagged as ‘hate song’ category.  The song still sounds so believable and not odd at all.  All the credit to the team of composers, lyricist and the singer. For this would easily have gone wrong.

There are some more songs, which have somewhat similar emotions and ill-wishes expressed in different forms.  I made a list of songs with those varied expressions.

Sl. No.

Song

Lyrics

1 Mere Mehboob Qayaamat Hogi meri tarah tu aahen bhare
tu bhi kisi se pyaar karey
aur rahe wo tujhse parey
toone O sanam dhaaye hain sitam
to ye tu bhool na jaana
ke na tujhpe bhi inaayat hogi
aaj rusva teri galiyon mein muhabbat hogi
mere mehboob qayaamat hogi
aaj rusva teri galiyon mein mohabbat hogi
2 Jo Unki Tamanna Hai Barbaad Ho Ja jo unki tamannaa hai, barbaad ho jaa
to ai dil muhabbat ki kismat banaa de
tadap aur tadap kar abhi jaan de de
yoon marte hain mar jaane waale, dikhaa de
3 Mohabbat Ab Tijaarat Ban Gayi Hai kabhi thha naam iska
bewafaai
magar ab aajkal ye behayaayee
shareefon ki sharaafat ban gayi hai
tijaarat ab mohabbat ban gayi hai
mohabbat ab tijaarat ban gayi hai
tijaarat ab mohabbat ban gayi hai
4 Gairon Pe Karam Apnon Pe Sitam ham bhi the tere manzoor-e-nazar, dil chaahe to ab iqraar na kar
sau teer chalaa seene pe magar, begaanon se milkar waar na kar
begaanon se milkar waar na kar
bemaut kahin mar jaayen na ham
ai jaan-e-wafaa ye zulm na kar,
Ghairon pe karam apnon pe sitam, ai jaan-e-wafaa ye zulm na kar
rahne de abhi thodaa saa bharam,
ai jaan-e-wafaa ye zulm na kar
5 Guzre Hain Aaj Ishq Mein Hum Us Maqaam Se humko na ye gumaan thha,
o sangdil sanam
raah-e-waffa se tere
behak jaayenge kadam
chhalkega zehar bhi teri
aankho ke jaam se
guzre hain aaj ishq mein
hum us maqaam se
guzre hain
o bewaffa,
tera bhi yoon hi toot jaaye dil
tu bhi tadap tadap ke
pukaare ke haaye dil
tera bhi saamnaa ho kabhi,
gham ki shaam se
guzre hain
6 Main Teri Dushman Dushman Tu Mera sab ki jubaan par meri kahaani
mera dasa huwa maange na paani
sabki jubaan par meri kahaani
mera dasa huwa maange na paani
tera tamaasha sab dekhenge
kya hota hai ab dekhenge
dekhega tu na kal ka savera
main naagan tu sapera aa aa
7 Neend Ud Jaaye Teri Chain Se Sone Waale neend ud jaaye teri
chain se sone waale
ye duaa maangte hain
nain ye rone waale
maine ki hain jafaayen
mujhse kyun ho wafaayen
lag gayin mujhko mere
pyaar ki bad-duaayen
tu wafaa karta ham to thhe
tu wafaa karta ham to thhe
bewafa hone waale
neend ud jaaye teri
chain se sone waale
8 Kya Se Kya Ho Gaya Bewafaa Tere Pyaar Mein kyaa se kyaa ho gayaa
bewafaa aaaa
tere pyaar mein
chaahaa kyaa kyaa milaa
bewafaa aaaa
tere pyaar mein
chalo suhaanaa bharam to tootaa
jaanaa ke husn kyaa hai
kahti hai jisko pyaar duniyaa
kyaa cheez kyaa balaa hai
dil ne kyaa naa sahaa
bewafaa aaa aaa
tere pyaar mein
9 Din Dhal Jaaye Haaye Raat Na Jaaye pyaar me jinke sab jag chhoda
aur huye badnaam
unke hi haathon haal hua ye
baithe hain dil ko thaam
apne kabhi the ab hain paraaye
Din dhal jaaye haay raat na jaaye
10 Mo Se Chhal Kiye Jaaye samajhaake main to haari
haan dhamkaaya dini gaari, aur karoon bhi kyaa
dekho moraa jiyraa
haan jiyraa tadpaaye, jiyraa tadpaaye
mohe haay haay dekho sainyaa beimaan
mose chal, mose chal, mose chal kiye jaaye,
11 Bahaaron Ne Mera Chaman Loot Kar mujhe kyaa pataa thaa kabhi ishq mein
raqeebon ko kaasid banaate nahin
raqeebon ko kaasid banaate nahin
khataa ho gayi mujhse kaasid mere
tere haath paighaam kyun de diyaa
bahaaron ne meraa chaman lootkar
12 Meri Zindagi Mein Tum Kyun Aaye haay buri dukhiyaa dil ki
meraa dard badhaao naa baalam
meraa sabr padaa tumse jo kahin
jal jaaoge tum mar jaayenge ham
jal jaaoge tum mar jaayenge ham
dukhiyaa-dil ki wo haay hai
dukhiyaa-dil ki wo haay hai
jo saare zamaane ko sulagaaye
meri zindagi mein tum kyun aaye
13 Thukra Ke Teri Duniya Ko baddua na dil de baithe
tujh ko na dosh doongi main
taqdeer ke bair kiya hai
taqdeer se lad loongi main
main tod chalun
main tod chalun ek pal mein
tod chalun ek pal mein
duniya ka har dastoor
magar tere pyar se hoon majboor
piya teri preet se hoom majboor
thukra ke teri duniya ko
chaahun to kar doon choor
magar tere pyaar se hoon majboor
piya teri preet se hoon majboor

 

Here is a list of some of my all-time favourite songs by Rafi sahab in the similar situations:

Patthar Ke Sanam Tujhe Hum Ne Mohabbat Ka Khuda Jaana – ‘Patthar Ke Sanam’ (1967)
Dil Ke Jharokhe Mein Tujhko Bitha Kar – ‘Brahmchari’ (1968)
Aaj Ki Raat Mere Dil Ki Salaami Le Le – ‘Ram Aur Shyam’ (1967)
Dil Jo Na Keh Saka – ‘Bheegi Raat’ (1965)
Teri Zulfon Se Judaai To Nahin Maangi Thi – ‘Jab Pyaar Kisi Se Hota Hai’ (1961)
Rang Aur Noor Ki Baraat Kise Pesh Karun – ‘Ghazal’ (1964)

There are more similar/different songs created for Hindi films for such situations, where dejected lovers either drown in self-pity or end up giving ‘bad-dua’ in a smaller/kinder way, to the beloved.  But most songs of this genre are praying for the happiness of the beloved, who has deceived them, has indulged in ‘bewafaai’ for want of similar expressive word in the English language.  An excellent case in point is this pensive Lata song – “Ajeeb Dastaan Hai Ye“, filmed on Meena Kumari in ‘Dil Apna Aur Preet Paraai’ (1960). Shankar-Jaikishan and Shailendra created this classic song with just the right touch of melancholy and congratulatory mood. With a dose of resignation.

Most songs in this genre, also turn out to be popular, be it the pensive songs of Mukesh, Lata, Suraiyya, Talat Mehmood or Mohammed Rafi.  So the well known songs are all posted. Looking for the theme, I ended up with “Tu Pyaar Hai Kisi Aur Ka” song in ‘Dil Hai Ke Maanta Nahin’ (1991) by Kumar Sanu. Quite a decent composition with innovative lyrics, that one.

I was sure all well-known Rafi songs in this genre are posted. But as luck would have it, I found the link of this Rafi solo in one of my saved files, which I was just randomly checking. This is a well-known song from the film ‘Dhadkan’ (1972).  Composer is Ravi who also wrote this song with Ali Jalili.  Ali Jalili is an unknown poet for the blog, as this is the first song by him to be posted.   Avinash ji is doing a series of 70’s decade missing movies, so he may be able to find some other films where Ali Jalili has written lyrics. Ali Jalili has written one more song in the same film with Ravi, “Tumse Nazar Mili”, which was also used for advertisement of different products.  My guess is he must be someone connected with advertising jingles, more so as he has collaborated with Ravi, not a regular poet for writing the two songs in this film.

The song is filmed as a wedding reception song, where Sanjay Khan is singing this song for congratulating the bride Mumtaz and groom Roopesh Kumar.  The real feelings of Sanjay Khan are evident, but he is trying to disguise them and give blessings to the couple.

Two songs of the film are already posted in the blog, so this is the 3rd song.

Jab Toone Kuchh Na Kiya
Main To Chala Jidhar Chale Rasta

I have done posts of some songs of the late 70’s and early 80’s, but very few songs of early 70’s. This song has a very deeply meaningful and emotional core, as we expect from Ravi’s compositions usually.  There is the Punjabi dholak music in the background which carries the rhythm of the song.  And Rafi Sb’s singing is again out of this world.  For me this is a known song, as it used to be played regularly on radio.  Again, when one really listens to it with a critical ear, with the aim of judging its merit with other such type of songs, a few are listed above, it is revealed as a fabulous song on all counts.  More fabulous for being a 70’s song.  By now Ravi is a seasoned and senior composer, with huge successes behind him and much more experience of how to get the best out of Rafi.  And Rafi Sb has delivered spectacularly in this song, the only one in the film.  Subtle changes in the way some words are sung in every repeated line, and those are again different for every time he sings the mukhda.  I refuse to believe that anyone else could do so much variation in a single voice, same rhythm and level, two stanza song, in live recording.

The pauses in the lines and words of a line, and starting the next word at the same level as before the pause, what superb control in the vocals. I am not a technical person, in the matter of singing, but if anyone can explain this phenomenon to me, I will be thankful to them. It sounds as a modern-day recording done bit by bit, line by line, and mixed afterwards. Practice makes things perfect and well-rehearsed is the forte of Rafi Sb. But the question is how well rehearsed and how much perfect. I can just conclude that the farishta in the guise of a singer is giving the same dedicated 200 % to a song composed for a new actor of 70’s, as he gave to all his songs, repeated in live shows, which won him accolades and a place is history.

Video (Partial)

Audio (Full)

Song – Mere Dost Tujhe Tera Meet Mubarak (Dhadkan) (1972) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Lyrics – Ravi, Ali Jalili, MD – Ravi

Lyrics

tamannaon ki duniya
yun to har insaan basaata hai ea
magar paata wohi hai ea
jo…. yehaan taqdeer laata hai ea

mere dost tujhe
tera meet mubaarak
mere dost tujhe tera meet mubaarak
yeh saaz naya geet mubaarak
mere dost tujhe tera meet mubaarak
mere dost tujhe tera meet mubaarak

kheli hai bahaar se ye phoolon ki kali
khwaabon ki dulhan bade naazon mein pali
kheli hai bahaar se ye phoolon ki kali
khwaabon ki dulhan bade naazon mein pali
palkon pe bitthaana aise sukh dena aa
yaad na kare yeh kabhi baabul ki gali ee
apne baabul ki gali
gaaye khushi ke taraane
aisi preet mubaarak
gaaye khushi ke taraane
aisi preet mubaarak
yeh saaz naya geet mubaarak
mere dost tujhe tera meet mubaarak
mere dost tujhe tera meet mubaarak

chamke kyun na taara us ki qismat ka
jis ko mila ho ye haseen tohfa aa
chamke kyun na taara us ki qismat ka
jis ko mila ho ye haseen tohfaa aa
badaa hi naseeb waala hai wo jag mein
haathh mein ho jis ke aisi pyaari rekha
aisi nyaari rekha
aaj haar bhi kahe
tujhe jeet mubaarak
aaj haar bhi kahe
tujhe jeet mubaarak
yeh saaz naya geet mubaarak
mere dost tujhe tera meet mubaarak
mere dost tujhe tera meet mubaarak

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Nahm)
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तमन्नाओं कि दुनिया
यूं तो हर इन्सान बसाता है
मगर पाता वही है
जो…. यहां तक़्दीर लाता है

मेरे दोस्त तुझे
तेरा मीत मुबारक
मेरे दोस्त तुझे तेरा मीत मुबारक
ये साज़ नया गीत मुबारक
मेरे दोस्त तुझे तेरा मीत मुबारक
मेरे दोस्त तुझे तेरा मीत मुबारक

खेली है बहार से ये फूलों कि कली
ख्वाबों कि दुल्हन बड़े नाज़ों में पली
खेली है बहार से ये फूलों कि कली
ख्वाबों कि दुल्हन बड़े नाज़ों में पली
पलकों पे बिठाना ऐसे सुख देना अ अ
याद न करे ये कभी बाबुल कि गली ई
अपने बाबुल कि गली
गाए खुशि के तराने
ऐसी प्रीत मुबारक
गाए खुशी के तराने
ऐसी प्रीत मुबारक
ये साज़ नया गीत मुबारक
मेरे दोस्त तुझे तेरा मीत मुबारक
मेरे दोस्त तुझे तेरा मीत मुबारक

चमके क्यों न तारा उस की क़िस्मत का
जिस को मिला हो ये हसीन तोह्फ़ा
चमके क्यों न तारा उस की क़िस्मत का
जिस को मिला हो ये हसीन तोह्फ़ा
बड़ा ही नसीब वाला है वो जग में
हाथ में हो जिस के ऐसी प्यारी रेखा
ऐसी न्यारी रेखा
आज हार भी कहे
तुझे जीत मुबारक
आज हार भी कहे
तुझे जीत मुबारक
ये साज़ नया गीत मुबारक
मेरे दोस्त तुझे तेरा मीत मुबारक
मेरे दोस्त तुझे तेरा मीत मुबारक

 


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day :

5024 Post No. : 16932

‘Pyaar Ka Rishtaa-1973’ was directed by Sultan Ahmed for ‘Golden Films, Bombay’. It was produced by Tony Walker. It had Mumtaz, Sameer, Vinod Khanna, Shatrughan Sinha, Balraj Sahni, Nirupa Roy, Nadira, with Jayshree T., Malka, Randhir, Yunus Parvez, Master Ripple, Baby Deepali, Moolchand Kapoor, Master Ejaz and Chaman Puri and Johny Walker.

This movie was written by Mushtaq Jalili and editing of this movie was done by M.S. Shinde.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 301.01.1973.

‘Pyaar Ka Rishtaa’ had total five songs that were composed by Shankar-Jaikishan. Mohd Rafi, Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonlse and Sharda had given their voices to the songs in this movie.

The songs in this movie were penned by Shakeel Badayuni (who by the time of release of this movie had passed away on 20.04.1970). He wrote three songs for this movie and the two remaining songs were written by Indeevar.

Today 20th April’ 2022 is the fifty-second ‘Remembrance Anniversary’ of Shakeel Badayuni (3 August 1916 – 20 April 1970).

As a tribute to him I am presenting a song from the movie ‘Pyaar Ka Rishtaa’.

A per statistics on the blog Shakeel Badayuni had written lyrics for around 766 songs. Out of these 766 we have 644 songs covered on the blog.

I had not gone through these details earlier. I was under the impression that most of the songs written by Shakeel Saab had already been covered on the blog. But 122 songs pending is a big number. I wonder if all these remaining songs are available.

It would be interesting to go through the ‘filmography’ of Shakeel Badayuni to know the movies from which the songs are yet to be posted. (I hope to do it in the future as possible).

For today we have a song sung by Kishore Kumar and Asha Bhonsle which on screen is performed by Sameer (hope I am correct) and Mumtaz. Today’s song is a ‘chhed-chhaad & nok-jhonk’ type song.

Lyrics are by Shakeel Badayuni. And music is composed by Shankar-Jaikishan.

None of the songs composed by Shankar-Jaikishan featured in the annual list of ‘Binaca Geetmala-1973’. However, two songs composed by them one from ‘Aaj Ki Taazaa Kabhar-1974’ (mujhe meri biwi se bachaao) and one from ‘Chori Chori-1974’ (waastaa hi na jab rahaa tumse) appeared in the list of ’32 next rung songs’ of 1973 Binaca Geetamala.

Let us now listen to today’s song … and pay our tributes to Shakeel Badayuni …

Video


Song-O nakhrewaali (Pyaar Ka Rishta)(1973) Singers-Kishore KUmar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Shakeel Badayuni, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics

o nakhrewaali ee
o o nakhrewaali ee
o de de
de de
de de
o dil mera aa
paagal deewaane ae
paagal deewaane ae
arey jaa jaa

naa
jaa jaa
naa
jaa jaa
naa
o nakhrewaali ee

meri jaan hai tujhpe bhaari
tere husn ki adaayein
na ye bojh le ke chal tu
tere paanv dukh naa jaayen
arey jaanwar
anaadi

aan
toone dekha mera sapnaa
haan haan
tujhe pyaar aur mujhse
zaraa munh to dho le apnaa aa
paagal deewaane ae
paagal deewaane ae
arey jaa jaa

aan
jaa jaa
aan
jaa jaa
aan
arey jaa jaa
o o nakhrewaali ee

ye haseen teri zulfein
mujhe inmein tu chhupaa le
arey itni berukhi kya
zaraa aankh to milaa le ae
mere saamne se hat jaa
badaa aaya ishqwaalaa aa
main mazaa chakhaa hi doongi
mujhe toone gar sataayaa
paagal deewaane ae
paagal deewaane ae
arey jaa jaa

nahin
jaa jaa
nahin
jaa jaa
nahin
arey jaa jaa
o o nakhrewaali ee

tere dil mein
main hi main hoon
teri mujhpe hain nigaahein
idhar aa
mere galey mein
zaraa daal de ye baahein ae
na milegaa zindagi mein
koyi tujhsa dheethh mujhko
tu hazaar kar khushaamat
tera dil na doongi tujhko o
paagal deewaane ae
ho paagal deewaane ae
arey jaa jaa

naa
jaa jaa
naa
jaa jaa
naa
arey jaa jaa
o o nakhrewaali ee
o nakhrewaali ee
ah de de
kya
de de
chal chal
o de de
hatt …
o dil meraa
paagal deewaane ae
o o nakhrewaali
aa aa aa
laa laa la laa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
hay


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Blog Day :

4481 Post No. : 15990

“Ek Naari ek Brahmchaari”(1971) was directed by K P Atma for Jyoti Navshakti combines, Madras. 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 Keshto Mukherjee and Krishn Dhawan and special appearances by Sahatrughan Sinha and Malka.

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

Here is the second song from “Ek Naari ek Brahmchaari”(1971) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Sharda. Anjaan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shankar Jaikishan.

The song is picturised as a seduction song on Mumtaz and Jeetendra.

With this song, Anjaan completes 200 songs in the blog as a lyricist.

Audio

Video

Song-Aap ke peechhe pad gayi main (Ek Naari Ek Brahmchaari)(1971) Singer-Sharda, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics

aapke peechhe pad gayi main
dil leke main to jaaungi
aapke peechhe pad gayi main
dil leke main to jaaungi
pyaar ka naata jodoongi
peechha nahin chhodoongi
peechha nahin chhodoongi
aapke peechhe pad gayi main
dil leke main to jaaungi

sun lo ae ji chale ho kidhar
dekho zara dekho to idhar
aise hai akadna bura
haaye
hans ke milaao to nazar
suno ae ji chale ho kidhar
dekho zara dekho to idhar
aise hai akadna bura
haaye
hans ke milaao to nazar
aapke peechhe pad gayi main
dil leke main to jaaungi
pyaar ka naata jodoongi
peechha nahin chhodoongi
peechha nahin chhodoongi
aapke peechhe pad gayi main
dil leke main to jaaungi

maano ya na maano meri jaan
hoga dil mujhpe fida
aate aate aayegi sanam
haaye
tumhen dil lagaane ki ada
maano ya na maano meri jaan
hoga dil mujhpe fida
aate aate aayegi sanam
haaye
tumhen dil lagaane ki ada
aapke peechhe pad gayi main
dil leke main to jaaungi
pyaar ka naata jodoongi
peechha nahin chhodoongi
peechha nahin chhodoongi
haaye haaye haaye
aapke peechhe pad gayi main
dil leke main to jaaungi


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Blog Day :

4432 Post No. : 15867

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No. 71
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This date ten years ago (viz 5 september 2010) saw business as usual in the blog. Six songs from six movies were discussed chronologically in the order in which these movies were released.
Here are the details:-

Song Movie title-Year Remarks
Mat bolo bahaar ki batiyaan re Prem Nagar-1940 11 songs covered out of 13
Udan khatole pe ud jaaun Anmol Ghadi-1946 All songs covered
Aadmi gareeb ho ya ameer ho … sambhaalo dil zaraa Dil Bhi Tera Ham Bhi Tere-1960 All songs covered
Begaani shaadi mein Abdullah deewaanaa Jis Desh Mein Ganga Behti Hai-1960 All songs covered
Ho more gore badan pe gulaabi nazariyaa na daal Sikandar E Azam-1965 03 songs posted
Sansaar ki har shai ka itna hi fasaanaa hai Dhundh-1973 All songs covered

One can see that “Prem Nagar”(1940) and “Sikandar e Azam”(1965) are the only two movies from that day which still have a few songs left to be covered. “Prem Nagar”(1940) balance songs are not available, so that leaves us with “Sikandar e Azam”(1965) as the only movie eligible for the “Blg Ten Year Challenge” today ten years later on 5 september 2020.

Three songs from “Sikandar e Azam”(1965) have been covered so far. Here are the details:-

Song Posted On
Jahaan daal daal par sone ki chidiyaan karti hai basera 15.08.2008
Ho more gore badan pe gulaabi nazariyaa na daal 05.09.2010
O mere yaar o dildaar mere saath saath tera pyaar 17.11.2011

Here is the fourth song from “Sikandar e Azam”(1965) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Hansraj Bahl. The picturisation shows Mumtaz trying to seduce Dara Singh.

Lyrics of the song were sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala.

Audio

Song-Pilaayi toone o saaqiyaa (Sikandar e Azam)(1965) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Hansraj Bahl

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

pilaayi toone o saaqiyaa
to main sharaab pee gayi
meri khataa aa maaf kar
main behisaab pee gayi ee
pilaayi toone o saaqiyaa
to main sharaab pee gayi
meri khataa maaf kar
main behisaab pee gayi ee
pilaayi tune o saaqiyaa
to main sharaab pee gayi

kisi nazar ye kah diyaa hai
ke aaj tu aaftaab ho ja
chaman chaman ki bahaar ban jaa
kali kali ka shabaab ho ja
kali kali ka shabaab ho ja<
main ek zarraa thi khaaq ka
lo aaftaab pee gayi
meri khataa maaf kar
main behisaab pee gayi ee
pilaayi toone o saaqiyaa
to main sharaab pee gayi

kahaan chalaa ke naseeb ne bhi
kahaan pe mujhko bithhaa diya hai
wo honth jin par udaasiyaan thin
unhe bhi hansnaa sikhaa diyaa hai
unhe bhi hansnaa sikhaa diyaa hai
pyaar ka jaam jab milaa
to main janaab pee gayi ee
meri khataa aa maaf kar
main behisaab pee gayi ee
pilaayi toone o saaqiyaa
to main sharaab pee gayi

kisi ne dekhaa hai aaj mukhko
kuchh is tarah pyaar ki nazar se
khizaan ke mausam mein jaise aa kar
kahin se abr e bahaar barse
kahin se abr e bahaar barse
achchhi nazar …?
yaa kharaab ?? gayi
meri khataa maaf kar
main behisaab pee gayi ee
pilaayi toone o saaqiyaa
to main sharaab pee gayi
meri khataa aa maaf kar
main behisaab pee gayi ee
pilaayi toone o saaqiyaa
to main sharaab pee gayi
pee gayi ee
pee gayi
main sharaab pee gayi ee


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Blog Day :

4396 Post No. : 15768

Hullo Atuldom

“Lafange” (1975) was a movie produced and directed by Harmesh Malhotra. It had five songs from which the blog has one song covered. It was under Sudhirji’s series of “Rafi SB -in the seventies”.

But the more popular song of the movie was its title song “log kehte hain, ke hum lafange hain”. That is not the song we shall have today. We will be celebrating the birthday of the leading lady of this movie with a song sung by Lata Mangeshkar. It is written by Anand Bakshi and Laxmi-Pyare were the music composers.

“Lafange” was another run-of-the-mill masala movie. It was the story of “beautiful Sapna (Mumtaz) who lives with her wealthy father, Dhanraj (Sapru), and a younger brother in a palatial house. Her father comes across some valuable diamonds and conceals them in a secret place. While driving one day, Dhanraj is killed, but her brother escapes without any injuries, but loses control of his vocal chords unable to tell anyone how the accident occurred, and goes missing. After Sapna wins a beauty contest, she travels to Bombay and meets with a young wheel-chair bound soldier named Gopal, and both fall in love with each other. What Sapna does not know is that Gopal is a fraud, a con-man who is only after her money. Then her life is even more complicated after she finds out that her father was killed by a man named Diwan. Before she could think of taking any further action, Diwan and his men track her down – their goal to find the secret location of the diamonds hidden by Dhanraj – and kill anyone who dares to get in their way.” (Got this story from imdb.com, I have not seen the movie).

31st July is the 73rd birthday of Mumtaz, who was at the peak of her career when she gave it all up after marriage to businessman Mayur Madhwani in 1974. She did make an appearance in the David Dhawan directed “Aandhiyan” in 1990 opposite Shatrughan Sinha as mother to Prasenjit (son of her one time co-star Biswajit.

She was born Mumtaz Aksari to Abdul Sameed Aksari and Sardar Begum Habib Agha both of whom were of Afghani origin who were settled in Bombay. It is said that Sardar Begum Habiba Agha was also an actress (needs confirmation from the stalwarts of the blog). She had a sister Malika and two step-siblings. Roopesh Kumar was her cousin. She has two daughters one of whom is married to Fardeen Khan making her Feroz Khan’s daughter-in-law. Her journey in the film industry is well known: beginning as a child actor, growing up into a dancer, vamp, character actress and reaching the pinnacle as leading lady. We have a few of her songs yet to make an appearance on the blog, this is one of them.
Wishing you a very Happy Birthday dear Mumu.

Audio

Video

Song-Ud chala panchhi ban ke man mera (Lafange)(1975) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)

ud chala
ud chala panchhi ban ke
mann mera saagar ke paar
ud chala panchhi ban ke
mann mera saagar ke paar
tu bhi aa sang mere
dekh nazaara
yeh ek baar
ud chala panchhi ban ke
mann mera saagar ke paar
ud chala

yeh zindagi bas ek baar
milti hai ae ae
milti hai
ye zindagi bas ek baar
milti hai ae ae
milti hai
murjha ke phir ye kali kab
khilti hai ae ae ae
bhar le apna daaman
in phoolon ka aa
kya aitbaar
ud chala panchhi ban ke
mann mera saagar ke paar
ud chala

aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa
leke tera naam maine
pukaara hai ae ae ae
pukaara hai
leke tera naam maine
pukaara hai ae ae ae
pukaara hai
samjhe toh kaafi yahi ek
ishaara hai ae ae ae
tera mera kya naata hai
tu saawan hai ae
main hoon bahaar
ud chala panchhi ban ke
mann mera saagar ke paar
ud chala panchhi ban ke
mann mera saagar ke paar
tu bhi aa sang mere
dekh nazaara
yeh ek baar
ud chala panchhi ban ke
mann mera saagar ke paar
ud chala


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Blog Day:

4326 Post No. : 15617

As a school going student, I was kept in strict discipline which meant going from home to school and back. No watching of movies. Even talking about movies and reading movie magazines were taboo. That did not prevent me from clandestinely reading movie magazines and books lying around the home that was apparently alright for elders to read.

It was in 1978, when I went to college and was allowed freedom as befitting a college goer. And I misused this freedom with abandon. I started watching movies left and right bunking college, as if making up for the lost time.

It was during this movie watching spree that I watched many old movies during their re runs. It included not only movies like “Sholay”(1975),”Deewaar”(1975), “Mera Gaaon Merra Desh”(1971) etc etc but also movies from earlier decades.

The movie halls where I watched most of these movies had names like Sujata, Sandhya, Vasundhara etc. But not all movie halls had feminine names. There was an old movie hall called Ratan Talkies. Closeby there was another movie hall called Rupashree which reputedly was the first movie hall of Bihar (which was opened way back in 1930s). Then there was Welfare cinema hall. These three cinema halls were closer to my residence than others. The farthest cinema hall was a “properly” named movie hall called Plaza. It was the kind of name that one found in big places like New Delhi. 🙂

It was in one matinee show in 1978 in Ratan Talkies that I watched “Kaajal”(1965). I did not have much clue about the movie. I found the movie boring in the beginning when I saw tragedy queen Meena Kumari and tragedy Kumar Raj Kumar in the movie. But then the songs began to appear one after the other. With every song, the reaction (mine as well as that of others) was, arre, this song is from this movie ! All iconic songs !

Since I had started my movie watching spree just recently, many actors were “new” for me. I watched Raj Kumar for the first time in this movie. Then there were many others whom I did not recognise at that time and regarded them as lesser actors. When I look back at the cast now, I realise that this movie had a galaxy of big names. The fact that it had Padmini, Mumtaz, Mehmood etc in it apart from the tragedy persons was lost on me. Then yesteryear legend Durga Khote was there too. Dharmendra was there whom I thankfully recognised, having seen him in a few movies earlier.

The movie had eleven songs in it. Nine of these songs have been covered in the past. When I look at the writeups of these songs, I realise that the writeups do not do justice to the songs. So I think we need to add some more contents and spice to these writeups. So I request our regulars to contribute their observations on these iconic songs.

Following songs from “Kaajal”(1965) have been covered in the blog so far.

S N Song Song number in blog Date of posting
1 Tora man darpan kahlaaye(Kaajal)(1965) 818 27-Feb-2009
2 Choo lene do naazuk hothon ko(Kaajal)(1965) 828 2-Mar-2009
3 Ye zulf agar khulkar bikhar jaaye to achchaa (Kaajal) 1479 21-Jun-2009
4 Mere bhaiyya mere chandaa mere anmol ratan (Kaajal) 2837 24-Aug-2010
5 Aapke paas jo aayegaa pighal jaayegaa (Kaajal) 3588 2-Mar-2011
6 Samjhi thhi ye ghar mera hai (Kaajal) 7685 15-Mar-2013
7 Agar mujhe na milin tum (Kaajal) 8717 17-Sep-2013
8 Mehfil mein teri yoon hi rahe (Kaajal) 9367 28-Jan-2014
9 Muddat ki tamannaaon ka sila (Kaajal) 15429 27-Feb-2019

Here is the tenth song from “Kaajal”(1965) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Rafi and Asha Bhonsle. Sahir Ludhianvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ravi.

This song is picturised as a “bhang” song on Mehmood and Mumtaz. Before I watched this song, I was not even aware that these two were in this movie.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala.


Song-Zara si aur pila do bhang (Kaajal)(1965) Singer-Rafi, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Sahir Ludhianvi, MD-Ravi

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

zaraa si aur pila do bhang
main aaya dekh ke aisa rang
ke dil mera dola aa
O hai ham bhola
zaraa si aur pila do bhang
main aaya dekh ke aisa rang
ke dil mera dola aa
O hai ham bhola aa
meri to akal huyi hai dang
ye kaisa badlaa tera dhang
ke tu tha bhola

o hai ham bhola aa
b b b b b drurrrrrr ha

mujhe samajh na tu bairaagi
maine aaj tapasya tyaagi ee
hmm hmm hmm hmm
aehe aehe
mujhe samajh na tu bairaagi
maine aaj tapasya tyaagi
tere roop ka jhatka khaa ke
meri soyi jawaani jaagi ee
meri soyi jawaani jaagi
ja hat jaa arey malang
kare kyun beech sabhi ke tang
ke tu tha bhola

o hai ham bhola aa
zaraa si aur pila do bhang
main aaya dekh ke aisa rang
ke dil mera dola
O hai ham bhola

(undeciphered words)
Tak dhum tak tak tak tum

Kyun thhaam ke dil ko tehle
Jo chot lagi hai sah le ae
Haay haay
Kyun thhaam ke dil ko tehle
Jo chot lagi hai sah le ae
Us baat pe ab zid kaisi
Jo baat na maani pehle
Jo baat na maani pehle

Kyun jhagde mere sang
Main tujhse haar chukaa hoon jung
Ke dil mera dola
o hai ham bhola aa
meri to akal huyi hai dang
ye kaisa badlaa tera dhang
ke tu tha bhola

o hai ham bhola aa

(undeciphered words)

mere dil se nikle haaye
gori kyun nakhre dikhlaaye

(undeciphered words)

mere dil se nikle haaye
gori kyun nakhre dikhlaaye
zaraa hans ke gale se lag jaa
tujhe kunwaara pyaar bulaaye
tujhe kunwaara pyaar bulaaye
tere man pe chadh gaya jang
yoonhi ab kyun chamkaaye rang
ke tu tha bhola

o hai ham bhola aa
zaraa si aur pila do bhang
main aaya dekh ke aisa rang
ke dil mera dola aa
O hai ham bhola

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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ज़रा सी और पिला दो भंग
मैं आया देख के ऐसा रंग
के दिल मेरा डोला आ
ओ है हम भोला
ज़रा सी और पिला दो भंग
मैं आया देख के ऐसा रंग
के दिल मेरा डोला आ
ओ है हम भोला आ
मेरी तो अक्ल हुयी है दंग
ये कैसा बदला तेरा ढंग
के तू था भोला

ओ है हम भोला आ
ब ब ब ब ब दृर्र्र्रर्र्र्रर हा

मुझे समझ न तू बैरागी
मैंने आज तपस्या त्यागी ई
हूँ हूँ हूँ हूँ
एहे एहे
मुझे समझ न तू बैरागी
मैंने आज तपस्या त्यागी
तेरे रूप का झटका खाके
मेरी सोयी जवानी जागी ई
मेरी सोयी जवानी जागी
जा हट जा अरे मलंग
करे क्यूँ बीच सभी के तंग
के तू था भोला

ओ है हम भोला
ज़रा सी और पिला दो भंग
मैं आया देख के ऐसा रंग
के दिल मेरा डोला आ
ओ है हम भोला आ

( अटपटे बोल )
तक धूम तक तक तक तुम

क्यूँ थाम के दिल को टहले
जो चोट लगी है सह ले ए
हाय हाय
क्यूँ थाम के दिल को टहले
जो चोट लगी है सह ले ए
उस बात पे अब जिद कैसी
जो बात न मानी पहले
जो बात न मानी पहले

क्यूँ झगडे मेरे संग
मैं तुझसे हार चुका हूँ जंग
के दिल मेरा डोला आ
ओ है हम भोला आ
मेरी तो अक्ल हुयी है दंग
ये कैसा बदला तेरा ढंग
के तू था भोला

ओ है हम भोला आ
( अटपटे बोल )

मेरे दिल से निकले हाए
गोरी क्यूँ नखरे दिखलाए

( अटपटे बोल )

मेरे दिल से निकले हाए
गोरी क्यूँ नखरे दिखलाए
ज़रा हंस के गले से लग जा
तुझे कुंवारा प्यार बुलाये
तुझे कुंवारा प्यार बुलाये
तेरे मन पे चढ़ गया जंग
यूंही अब क्यूँ चमकाए रंग
के तू था भोला

ओ है हम भोला
ज़रा सी और पिला दो भंग
मैं आया देख के ऐसा रंग
के दिल मेरा डोला आ
ओ है हम भोला आ


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Blog Day :

4301 Post No. : 15564

“Jheel Ke Us Paar”(1973) was produced and directed by Bhappie Sonie forBhappie Sonie Productions, Bombay. This movie was based on a Gulshan Nanda novel of the same name. It had Dharmendra, Mumtaz, Prem Chopra, Junior Mehmood, Ranjeet, Fariyaal, Veena, Anwar Hussain, Ifthikar, Urmila Bhatt, Sujata, Polson, Baby Cheeku, Madan Kenny, Rajan Kapoor, Altamash Ghaznavi, Yogita Bali with guest appearance by Jagdish Raj and special appearance by Pran.

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

Here is the fourth song from “Jheel Ke Us Paar”(1973) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.

The song is picturised on Mumtaz and Anwar Hussain. I have not watched the movie so I cannot say for sue if Mumtaz plays a blind girl or he pretends to be one in this song. I request our knowledgeable readers to help throw light on the picturisation of this song.

Audio

Video

Song-Do ghoont mujhe bhi pilaa de sharaabi (Jheel Ke Us Paar)(1973) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

do ghoont mujhe bhi pila de sharaabi
dekh phir hota hai kya
ho, do ghoont mujhe bhi pila de sharaabi
dekh phir hota hai kya
baalama re ae ae ae
zaalimaa aa
arrey arrey arrey arrey
aag paani mein lagaa de zara si
dekh phir hota hai kya
ho
do ghoont mujhe bhi pila de sharaabi
dekh phir hota hai kya

gaaungi re
naachungi re
tere liye aaj se main
aaye sharam
lekin balam
mar jaaungi laaj se main aen
gaaungi re
naachungi re
tere liye aaj se main
aaye sharam
lekin balam
mar jaungi laaj se main
baalama re ae ae
zaalimaa
arrey arrey arrey arrey
laaj ka ye ghoonghat uthhaa de sharaabi
dekh phir hota hai kya
ho
do ghoont mujhe bhi pila de sharaabi
dekh phir hota hai kya

kis kaam kaa ye jaam hai
ismein mazaa wo nahin hai
bhar ke bhi ye khaali sa hai
ismein nashaa wo nahin hai ae
kis kaam kaa ye jaam hai
ismein mazaa wo nahin hai
bhar ke bhi ye khaali sa hai
ismein nashaa wo nahin hai
saakiyaa re a
e ae saathhiyaa,
arrey arrey, arrey arrey
pyaar thhoda is mein milaa de sharaabi
dekh phir hota hai kya
ho, do ghoont mujhe bhi pila de sharaabi
dekh phir hota hai kya

is khel kaa
is mel ka
aaye mazaa khaak aise
tadpe jiyaa
aise mera
bulbul koyee qaid jaise qe
is khel kaa, is mel ka
aaye mazaa khaak aise
tadpe jiyaa
aise mera
bulbul koyee qaid jaise
soniya ve ae ae
raanjhiya
are are are are
ek baar, ek baar, pahra hata de sharaabi
dekh phir hota hai kya
ho
do ghoont mujhe bhi pila de sharaabi
dekh phir hota hai kya
baalama re ae ae
zaalimaa
arrey arrey arrey arrey
aag paani mein lagaa de zara si
dekh phir hota hai kya
ho, do ghoont mujhe bhi pila de sharaabi
dekh phir hota hai kya
hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm


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 : 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

————————————————————
Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
————————————————————

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


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 : 4167 Post No. : 15341

Today’s song is from film Golden Eyes alias Secret Agent 077 – 1968. The film was made by Madan Chitra. Its director was Kamal Sharma and the music was by B N Bali aka Baldev Nath Bali. The songs were written by Shevan Rizvi. The cast included Shailesh kumar, Mumtaz, Asit Sen, Ulhas,Rajan Haksar Shaikh, Jeevan kala, Helen and a host of other actors.

This was a film which was supposed to be a detective story, with a secret agent having an ID number 077 – a la James Bond ! This film came in the wake of the wave created by one of India’s most successful Secret Agent films in Hindi, featuring the Jumping jack-Jeetendra ( with Trade mark White shoes), which was film Farz-1967. But the comparison , rather similarity ends here only, as far as film Golden Eyes is concerned.

Perhaps, our readers may be wondering as to why have I suddenly changed the track and jumped to talk about an obscure film like Golden Eyes-68 ! About a week ago, I received an E mail query from one of my old friends, inquiring if there were 2-3 artistes with the name of Sailesh, who was a singer, actor and MD ? I routinely get many such queries and I try to answer all of them promptly. In this case, I knew what the problem was. “Sailesh” was a case of ‘Same name Confusion’. I was quite amused, because in my immediate last post, I had discussed a case of SNC and now this case has come up.

I sent my detailed reply to the friend, but thought of writing a post here, so that one more SNC name will be cleared. That is the reason, I selected today’s film song, because in this film the Hero was Shailesh kumar. Yes, there were 2 artistes in Hindi films with the similar name Sailesh. One was Sailesh Mukherjee, who was an actor, singer and a MD and the other was Shailesh Kumar who was only an actor.

In case of artistes before 50’s, getting information was sometimes very difficult. At times, we had to wait for months and years till we hit upon some information source. getting in touch with a close relative of that artiste also solved the problem. But not always. I came across few cases, where even the son or the daughter of the artistes did not know much about the Film career of their father. For example, with great difficulty, I located the address of the daughter of comedian Mirza Musharraf in Mumbai. When I actually visited her, with prior appointment, for an interview, i found that she did not know much about Mirza’s film activity and that she was of no use to me. On the contrary, the daughter of actor singer Parshuram, had all the information, photos, paper cuttings etc. about her father.

In this case, I had a contact with Sailesh Mukherjee’s daughter in law, who gave me all information about what he did after leaving films and the family details. So, first here is information on Sailesh Mukherjee, which is updated with new additions on his post- film life.

Born on 3rd June 1926 in Calcutta, Sailesh Mukherjee completed his Matriculation and came to Bombay in 1946 to become a Music Director. He met Anil Biswas-also from Bengal- and got an opportunity to sing in film Milan-1946. That is how his singing started and he sang in films like Andhon ki Duniya-47 and Vanvasi-48,Aaag-48 (2 songs),Anmol Moti-49 with Shamshad,The last Message-49 with Uma Devi,
Deepak-51 with Uma Devi,Suhag Sindoor-53,Samaj-54 with Asha.
In Andolan-51 he sang ‘Vande Matharam’ with Manna Dey,Parul Ghosh and Sudha malhotra.
He last sang in Naya qadam-58.

His dream of becoming a MD was still not coming through,Finally he became a Music Director ,a joint one with Suresh kumar-in film Suhag Sindoor-1953. Even in this film,his partner made him sing 2 songs,under his baton !

Anyway, later Shailesh gave music to Parichay-54 and Savera, in 1958. While recording songs for Parichay,Shailesh played Tabla himself in all songs. In film Savera his songs became very popular. Songs like “Chhuppa chhuppi Aagad Baagad jaayi re” by Lata and Manna Dey, ” Nadiya ka pani” by Lata and “Jane na,Jane na” by Geeta were specially became hits.

Inexplicably,despite good and hit songs,he stopped getting any more films,either as a Music Director or as a singer. So Shailesh changed his gear once again and he became an Actor. First he acted in film Bandish-55 in the name of ‘Sailesh’. Then he became Hero in ” Miya bibi raazi”-1960, ” Pyar ki Pyas”-1961 and ” Monica”-1962 (UR). As a Hero he had taken a new name SHRIKANT GAURAV. The films did not click.

Music was his passion. He was a multi talented man. Later on he became an Interior Designer and prospered. In addition, he used to compere a programme in Calcutta wherein he would interview all the leading top artist of Calcutta e.g Uttam Kumar etc which was sponsored by Horlicks. He had designed Mala sinha’s bungalow too. The first recording studio at Natraj for Shakti Samanta was designed by him. He used to fly to Calcutta to interview Bengali film stars. Since he had a very good voice and a great command and knowledge about Bangla literature he would lend his voice for documentaries too. He was very passionate about nature and gardening hence he had bought 11 acres of land in Karjat. He used to have regular sessions of his songs at his farmhouse. He used to sing Madhushala with lots of passion. Rabindra Sangeet was his favorite.

Sailesh Mukherjee died somewhere in 1998.

Now let us know about the Same name Shailesh Kumar. His real name was Shambhunath Purohit. He was born on 21-3-1939 at Jodhpur, in a rich family with lot of property. He was handsome and six feet tall. Once he came to Bombay and went to see the shooting of a film. The producer director Ratibhai Punatar offered him a role in the film, but he declined. Later on he completed a course of acting in Filmalaya Acting School.

In 1960, he came to Bombay with just Rs. 75 with him. He used to sleep in the office of a Jodhpur businessman and took rounds of studios for work. Same time Dharmendra was also looking for work. They became friends. However it was Shailesh, who got the first break when he worked in film Nai Maa-1960. Then he was selected for a major role by producer director Sadashiv Row kavi, for his film ‘Bhabhi ki Chudiyan’-1961.( This was a remake of the hit Marathi film “Vahininchya bangdya” ( ?????????? ???????? )-53. A Telugu remake also was made as “Vadina Gari gajulu”-55). This film became popular in Hindi. Row kavi had made a 3 film cotract with Shailesh. The second film was Begana in 1963.

Shailesh did many films from good banners, as Hero and side Hero. he worked in 25 films, but somehow, in spite of acting in good films, with good directors and banners, his luck waned and the flow of films weakened. He managed to do some B and C grade films. His friend Dharmendra also got a break same time, but he rose very high in the industry.

After 1977, Shailesh suffered from a serious ailment of Thyroid gland and he had to take treatment in Tata Hospital. A rumour spread that he had Cancer and films stopped completely. In 1978, he returned to Jodhpur, never to return again to Bombay. He died on 21-4-2017, at the age of 78 years. He left behind him wife Pushpa and a son and a daughter. His last film was Ooperwala jaane-1977. He did 25 films+ 5 UR films.

During his career, Shailesh kumar acted along with Top class actors like Manoj kumar, Sanjiv kumar, Ashok kumar, Randhir kapoor, Balraj Sahani, Dharmendra,Sohrab Modi, Raaj kumar etc, big Heroines like Mumtaj, Rekha, Tanuja, Meena kumari etc, big directors and big banners. However all this did not help him and he remained a side actor only. His health also restricted his career. This is Luck !

Today’s song is sung by Usha Balsavar and Mahendra kapoor with chorus. The music for this film was given by composer B.N.Bali. He was one of those small time composers, who got only the B and C grade films. First of all,let us know who this B N Bali is. There was yet another composer Bali,in the early era of Hindi films. H.C.Bali or Harishchandra Bali(20-3-1906 to 24-6-1976),the expert classical singer who changed into a successful composer is credited with discovering K L Saigal in the early 30s.

B N Bali or Baldev Nath Bali too was a good singer and was a composer restricted to mostly religious or low budget films.He gave music from Bedard-1949 up to Do Dilwale-1973, a total of 24 films,including one unreleased film-Bahut Door (40s). He also gave music to a Haryanvi film in 1973.Though he composed music with a variety,somehow he lacked what it takes to make it to the Big league. On the contrary,B N Bali is known for copying the popular tunes of other composers blatantly.

‘Jab un ka khayal aata hai’-sung by Rafi in Pahla pehla pyar was a copy of Rafi’s ‘Jin raaton me neend ud jaati hai’ by Hansraj behl.
‘Sapne me saiyan tu aaya na karo’-Asha/manna Dey song was a true copy of O P Nayyar’s ‘ Ek pardesi mera dil le gaya’
‘Tu us ka kar bhala’ Rafi in Raja Vikram sang the same “Bhagwaan’ tune as in ” O duniya ke rakhwaale’ etc. etc.

With today’s song, singer Usha Balsavar makes her Debut on the Blog.

( some Information used herein is from Dainik Bhaskar dt.9th May 2017 and Times of India of 20-5-2017, with thanks.)

Audio

Video

Song-Husn ki zulfen kaali pad gayin aahon se dil waalon ki (Golden Eyes)(1968) Singers-Usha Balsavar, Mahendra Kapoor, Lyrics-Shewan Rizvi, MD-B N Bali
Female chorus
Male chorus
Mahendra Kapoor + Male chorus
Usha Balsawar + Female chorus

Lyrics

husn ki zulfen kaali pad gayin
o o o
aa aa aa aa
husn ki zulfen kaali pad gayin
aahon se dil waalon ki
husn ki zulfen kaali pad gayin
aahon se dil waalon ki

husn ki zulfen kaali pad gayin
aahon se dil waalon ki
husn ki zulfen kaali pad gayin
aahon se dil waalon ki

o o o o
o o o o

aahon ne taqdeer bana di
kaale kaale baalon ki

husn ki zulfen kaali pad gayin
aahon se dil waalon ki
husn ki zulfen kaali pad gayin
aahon se dil waalo ki

ishq ne tumko o o
aahen di hain
aah mein dil ka saaz diya hai
ishq ne tumko aahen di hain
aah mein dil ka saaz diya hai
ishq ne tumko aahen di hain
aah mein dil ka saaz diya hai

ho hamko banaane waale ne dekho
naaz diya andaaz diya hai
hamko banaane waale ne dekho
naaz diya andaaz diya hai

hamko banaane waale ne dekho
naaz diya andaaz diya hai
ho o o
andaaz diya hai
haan aan aan andaz diya hai

thokar mein hum rakhte hain
thokar mine hum rakhte hain
taqdeer zamaane waalon ki
thokar mein hum rakhte hain
taqdeer zamaane waalon ki

thokar mein hum rakhte hain
taqdeer zamaane waalon ki
thokar mein hum rakhte hain
taqdeer zamaane waalon ki

aahon ne taqdeer bana di
kaale kaale baalon ki

aahon ne taqdeer bana di
kaale kaale baalon ki

tera sa andaaz na dekha
husn na dekha
naaz na dekha
tera sa andaz na dekha
husn na dekha naaz na dekha

tera sa andaz na dekha
husn na dekha naaz na dekha

kaliyaan khilte laakhon dekhin
lekin ye aagaaz na dekha

kaliyaan khilte laakhon dekhin
lekin ye aagaaz na dekha

husn ko tere dua lagi hai
aji husn ko tere dua lagi hai
shaayad hum dilwaalon ki

husn ko tere dua lagi hai
shaayad hum dilwaalon ki

aji husn ko tere dua lagi hai
shaayad hum dilwaalon ki

husn ko tere dua lagi hai
shaayad hum dilwaalon ki

husn ki zulfen kaali pad gayin
aahon se dil waalon ki
husn ki zulfe kaali pad gayin
aahon se dil waalon ki

hosh se hum madhosh huye hain
arre marne pe taiyyaar huye hain
hosh se hum madhosh huye hain
marne pe taiyyaar huye hai

hosh se hum madhosh huye hain
are marne pe taiyyar huye hain

aankhon pe kurbaan gaye hain
katl bina talwaar huye hain

aankhon pe kurbaan gaye hain
katl bina talwaar huye hain

aankhon pe kurbaan gaye hain
katl bina talwaar huye hain

ho o o
kurban gaye hain
haan aan
kurban gaye hain

khoon bahaa ke keemat di hai
arre khoon bahaa ke keemat di hai
laal gulaabi gaalon ki

khoon bahaa ke keemat di hai
laal gulaabi gaalon ki

arre khoon bahaa ke keemat di hai
laal gulaabi gaalon ki

khoon bahaa ke keemat di hai
laal gulabi gaalo ki

husn ki zulfen kaali pad gayin
aahon se dil waalon ki
husn ki zulfen kaali pad gayin
aahon se dil waalon ki

aahon ne taqdeer bana di
kaale kaale baalon ki

husn ki zulfen kaali pad gayin
aahon se dil waalon ki


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“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). 🙂

Audio

Video

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


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