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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 : 3692 Post No. : 14604

Fabulous Foot Tappers – 9
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O boy, after almost one year – well, nine months to be precise, the next episode of this series. I had posted the eighth song – “Dekhne Waale Dekh Karishma Yaaron Ka” on 7th November, last year. In the interim, many other things happened – but that is an old story by now. One thing happened was that inadvertently, a couple of songs that I was saving for this series, got posted otherwise, and so I had to wait for locating a few more to complete the series, i.e. reach a number of 10 at least. 😉

This song is from the 1959 film ‘Mr John’. This was a period when Johnny Walker was still commanding lead roles. In this film he is paired opposite to Shyama. Seems to be a romantic comedy. The rest of the star cast consists of Helen, Lalita Pawar, Iftikhar, Krishna Kumari, Mumtaz, Tuntun, Mohan Choti, Kamal Mohan, Sampson, Uma Dutt, Ravi, Champaklala, Rasheed, Daraaz, Wahid, Genius, Tiwari, Ram Lal, Anil, Singh, Jaani, Gaus, Tarun Kumar, Ajay Kumar, Ajeet, B Fazle Kareem, Mukhtar, and Pandit Baijnath. It seems as if the last dozen or so names are just henchmen in a gang. 🙂

The film is produced by Nigam for the banner of NK Productions, Bombay, and is directed by Inder. When I read the director’s name in the film listing, my mind is now wondering whether he could be IS Johar. The complete name, as you are aware, is Inder Sen Johar. Maybe a question to be investigated; being a comedy, there is a good possibility.

The film has seven songs, three of which are already posted here on our blog. This is the fourth one to come on board. All the songs are written by Jaan Nisaar Akhtar and the music is composed by N Dutta. This song is duet in the voice of Geeta Dutt and Mohammed Rafi.

I request other readers to please add information about this film and the picturization of this song. It appears to be a club dance song, which has a lead pair performing, supported by other dancers. It is possible that the song is performed by Helen and Johnny Walker, but that is just a guess. As I said, request for more information from other knowledgeable readers.

So, introducing another rollicking foot tapping number. Listen and enjoy.

Song – Tip Tip To Mere Dil Hain Do  (Mr John) (1959) Singer – Geeta Dutt, Mohammed Rafi, Lyrics – Jaan Nisaar Akhtar, MD – N Dutta
Chorus

Lyrics

tip tip to
to
mere dil hain do
do
tip tip to
to
mere dil hain do
do

tip tip to
mere dil hain do

oo ho ho
hum bhi sunen to
tip tip to
mere dil hain do
oo ho ho
hum bhi sunen to

ek dil mera
mera
ek dil tera
tera
ek dil mera
to ek dil tera
jo maine tujhse maanga
to phir nahin phera
to yun bolo..oo..oo
tip tip to
mere dil hain do
oo ho ho
hum bhi sunen to
tip tip to
mere dil hain do

ye tan gora gora
ye til kaala kaala
jo ik mera dil tha
tujhe wo de daala
ye tan gora gora
ye til kaala kaala
jo ik mera dil tha
tujhe wo de daala
agar hai pyaar hum se
agar hai matwaala
to ek aur bhi dil
kahin se tu chura la
jo tum bolo..oo
tip tip to
mere dil hain do
oo ho ho
hum bhi sunen to
tip tip to
mere dil hain do

ye do meri zulfen
ye do mere baazu
ada se main to daalun
dilon pe laakh jaadu
ye do meri zulfen
ye do mere baazu
ada se main to daalun
dilon pe laakh jaadu
suney jo aisi baaten
rahe na haaye kaabu
zaraa galey laga le
agar khafaa na ho tu
to yun bolo..oo
tip tip to
mere dil hain do
oo ho ho
hum bhi sunen to
tip tip to
mere dil hain do

ye do teri aankhen
inhen bhi chaar kar le
nazar mila ke zaalim
nazar se pyaar kar le
ye do teri aankhen
inhen bhi chaar kar le
nazar mila ke zaalim
nazar se pyaar kar le
tu chaahta hai jhat se
galey ka haar kar le
thoda sa hi to aaya
kuchh intezaar kar le
to yun bolo..oo

tip tip to
to
mere dil hain do
do
tip tip to
to
mere dil hain do
do

tip tip to
mere dil hain do

oo ho ho
hum bhi sunen to
tip tip to
mere dil hain do
oo ho ho
hum bhi sunen to

ek dil mera
mera
ek dil tera
tera
ek dil mera
to ek dil tera
jo maine tujhse maanga
to phir nahin phera
to yun bolo..oo..oo
tip tip to
mere dil hain do
oo ho ho
hum bhi sunen to
tip tip to
mere dil hain do

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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टिप टिप टो
टो
मेरे दिल हैं दो
दो
टिप टिप टो
टो
मेरे दिल हैं दो
दो

टिप टिप टो
मेरे दिल हैं दो

ओ हो हो
हम भी सुनें तो
टिप टिप टो
मेरे दिल हैं दो
ओ हो हो
हम भी सुनें तो

एक दिल मेरा
मेरा
एक दिल तेरा
तेरा
एक दिल मेरा
तो एक दिल तेरा
जो मैंने तुझसे मांगा
तो फिर नहीं फेरा
तो यूँ बोलो॰॰ओ॰॰ओ
टिप टिप टो
मेरे दिल हैं दो
ओ हो हो
हम भी सुनें तो
टिप टिप टो
मेरे दिल हैं दो

ये तन गोरा गोरा
ये तिल काला काला
जो इक मेरा दिल था
तुझे वो दे डाला
ये तन गोरा गोरा
ये तिल काला काला
जो इक मेरा दिल था
तुझे वो दे डाला
अगर है प्यार हमसे
अगर है मतवाला
तो एक और भी दिल
कहीं से तू चुरा ला
जो तुम बोलो॰॰ओ॰॰ओ
टिप टिप टो
मेरे दिल हैं दो
ओ हो हो
हम भी सुनें तो
टिप टिप टो
मेरे दिल हैं दो

ये दो मेरी ज़ुल्फें
ये दो मेरे बाज़ू
अदा से मैं तो डालूँ
दिलों पे लाख जादू
ये दो मेरी ज़ुल्फें
ये दो मेरे बाज़ू
अदा से मैं तो डालूँ
दिलों पे लाख जादू
सुने जो ऐसी बातें
रहे ना हाए काबू
ज़रा गले लगा ले
अगर खफा ना हो तू
तो यूँ बोलो॰॰ओ॰॰ओ
टिप टिप टो
मेरे दिल हैं दो
ओ हो हो
हम भी सुनें तो
टिप टिप टो
मेरे दिल हैं दो

ये दो तेरी आँखें
इन्हें भी चार कर ले
नज़र मिला के ज़ालिम
नज़र से प्यार कर ले
ये दो तेरी आँखें
इन्हें भी चार कर ले
नज़र मिला के ज़ालिम
नज़र से प्यार कर ले
तू चाहता है झट से
गले का हार कर ले
थोड़ा सा ही तो आया
कुछ इंतज़ार कर ले
तो यूँ बोलो॰॰ओ॰॰ओ

टिप टिप टो
टो
मेरे दिल हैं दो
दो
टिप टिप टो
टो
मेरे दिल हैं दो
दो

टिप टिप टो
मेरे दिल हैं दो

ओ हो हो
हम भी सुनें तो
टिप टिप टो
मेरे दिल हैं दो
ओ हो हो
हम भी सुनें तो

एक दिल मेरा
मेरा
एक दिल तेरा
तेरा
एक दिल मेरा
तो एक दिल तेरा
जो मैंने तुझसे मांगा
तो फिर नहीं फेरा
तो यूँ बोलो॰॰ओ॰॰ओ
टिप टिप टो
मेरे दिल हैं दो
ओ हो हो
हम भी सुनें तो
टिप टिप टो
मेरे दिल हैं दो

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This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, 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 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 : 3608 Post No. : 14392

This is one of the subjects that I longed to share. And since the subject is totally different from normal Hindi movie story topics viz. love stories, lost and found, family drama etc. I had to find relevant songs which would be either directly relevant to the subject or at least those which can easily convey the message that I intend to put in my write up/s. Though the first song that I selected came easily and that too during a real life experience when I was thinking of this topic. However the first song in this series is not that one but another song which I came across later when I was still working on the write up.

It has been almost more than three and half years now when I thought about writing on this subject i.e. ‘road-traffic’ in our country. Or putting it differently, ‘how we Indians actually are when we are on road. . .’ or more precisely it’s about our ‘civic sense on the roads’.

Over the years in this journey of my life, I have got this opportunity to travel to many places in India because of my job postings and have got to observe and learn a lot about how we, the people of India are actually when we are on the road and how we are when we are travelling in various modes of road transport.

When I start writing on the subject and gather all that I wish to write, the final article became too long, so I decided to split it in smaller articles (as rightly guided by one of our beloved seniors) and thus present the subject under a mini-series. But that will also require relevant songs from Hindi movies and though at that time I had only one or two in mind, over this period I marked one more which will fit with this subject.

I am herewith taking on this new mini series and presenting this first post on our blog – ‘Beta Sambhal Ke Chalnaa’.

Before moving on to the main article let me mention here that personally I believe there always is space for improvement in every sphere of life, and while we should move positively on every aspect, we should also assess our shortcomings time to time and these ‘shortcomings’ should not be treated as a ‘negativity’. Instead they should be taken as subjects of introspection and they should be our future plans to improve in positive direction with innovations and targeting an overall development and improvement in ‘standard of living’ and ‘quality of life’.

This post is actually about my thoughts which I was going through when the discussions for ‘smart cities’ were in the news then. I refer to an experience from around November-December 2014. At that time I was in Kachchh (Gujarat). My daily commute to work was 2×60 kms on public transport (ST bus) mainly. As it took almost an hour and half to reach my stations both ends I was getting enough time to read something, or take a nap sometime in addition to the music being played in the bus.

Travelling through the roads I was always thinking of how the roads in the developed countries must be like and what road conditions and road transport and ‘traffic discipline’ they must be maintaining and following there. What is the situation in cities of other countries? Or how the other smart cities in the world are like?

As an optimist I began to imagine how our country would be after the initiative of the ‘smart cities’. How it would be affecting our daily routine life and our public transport, specifically would it change our ‘Roads’ (the word ‘Road’ here has many connotations)? What will actually change when the cities go smart? And most importantly will it be helpful to save the precious lives lost on the ‘Indian Roads’ every year due to accidents? Will it be helpful to prevent ‘human potential’ losses of the nation or will it save the lives of young promising and aspiring youths who lose their precious lives only because of the sheer negligence and carelessness, their own, as well as of others?

In and around the town I was living there, road-accidents were a regular occurrence; there was not a single day when the newspaper was without the reporting of an accident. Many aspiring youngsters, senior citizens, children lost their life in fatal road accidents. The industrialization there was followed by increase in cargo movements and so heavy trailers and containers were a regular part of traffic.

And so, sometimes the tipping over of huge containers on turnings was also a daily feature. I wondered how the licenses were given to young inexperienced drivers, who drove the big containers? Was there any assessment of the ‘maturity content’ of a person issuing licenses?  Certainly a young guy of an age of 18-20 would not have the expertise and experience of a driver of an older age.

During that period, I used to regularly tweet about the accidents there and precious lives lost on the road. In my case while I would criticize the bad practices, I do also always appreciate whenever there is an improvement or efforts initiated in positive directions, may be at a smaller scale. There is always a space for improvement, we have to find it. . .

So among this ‘criticism’ of the ‘system’ by me, there was one incident that had an indication of ‘good sense prevailing’ and a sign of ‘improvement’ happening, which I think I must note here.

One evening as I was on my return journey from office, there happened to be an accident on the road and it took place just a few minutes before when I was passing by from that place. A trailer carrying a container had toppled over and its driver was injured. Fortunately no other vehicle or person was around it and coming from either side so there was no major mishap or fatality.  But still the driver had broken his leg and trapped inside the cabin. People rushed to rescue the driver.

While I and my friend rushed towards the injured to help, somebody guided me to make a call to the emergency services on 108. A little hesitant at first, I made call on this number and soon I started receiving calls from SHQ & DHQ asking about the exact location of the accident and as they keep tracking with me, exactly at the 13th minute from the call was made, an ambulance was standing at the accident site, ready to provide medical aid to the injured.

I can never forget this. Though the town was not far away from the accident site, still the action taken by the authorities was commendable and I was very happy.

On the other day when I was travelling back to home, it was already around nine in the evening by then, and I was dreaming about the ‘Smart City’ and the roads this city would have. As the bus entered the town, on the main road of the town there were cattle on the road sitting and relaxing, without bothering about this world. The driver of our bus was working hard to find the way and blowing the horn continuously and driving the bus in a zigzag fashion and songs were already playing on the music system in the bus. . .  That song we shall enjoy in next post of this series 🙂

At work places, to ensure ‘safety’ we do have safety and cautionary slogans prominently displayed in the area to educate and disciplined the work force. The song that I present today, does have this ‘cautionary message’ but going further its other lines are like a ‘threat’. 🙂

I present this ‘soft and mild warning’ song which says ‘beta sambhal ke chalna’. . ., to start with a ‘smart message’. 🙂

It seems that the video of this song is not available, so I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on this song and this movie ‘Mr John -1959’

‘Mr John’ (1959) was directed by Inder for NK Productions, Bombay. It was produced by Nigam. It had Shyama, Johny Walker, Helen, Lalita Pawar, Iftikhar, Krishnakumari, Mumtaz, Tuntun, Mohan Choti, Kamal Mohan, Sampson, Uma Dutt, Ravi, Champak Lala, Rashid, Daraz, Wahid, Genius, Tiwari, Ramlal, Anil, Singh, Jani, Gaus, Tarun Kumar, Ajay Kumar, Ajit, B Fazal Kareem, Mukhtar, and Pt Baijnath.

The film has seven songs penned by Jan Nisar Akhtar and composed by N.Datta. Two songs of this film are already posted on the blog. Today’s song is sung by Mohd Rafi.

 


Song – Beta Sambhal Ke Chalna (Mr John) (1959) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Lyrics – Jaan Nisar Akhtar, MD – N Dutta

Lyrics

beta sambhal ke chalna
beta sambhal ke chalna
zyaada nahin uchhalna
rasta bahot hain chikna
dhire se bach nikalna
beta sambhal ke chalna

paidal jo phirnaa hai
kismat mein bhaiyaa
seene pe chalta hai
motor ka pahiyaa
paidal jo phirnaa hai
kismat mein bhaiyaa
seene pe chalta hai
motor ka pahiyaa
dil ko pade kuchalna
beta sambhal ke chalna
aha aa
beta sambhal ke chalna
zyaada nahin uchhalna
rasta bahot hain chikna
dhire se bach nikalna
beta sambhal ke chalna aa

naqli ye chehre hain
inpe na jaanaa
powder hi powder hai
dhokha na khaana
haan
samjhe bhaai
naqli ye chehre hain
inpe na jaanaa
powder hi powder hai
dhokha na khaana
in pe na dil badalna
beta sambhal ke chalna
o beta sambhal ke chalna
zyaada nahin uchhalna
rasta bahot hain chikna
dhire se bach nikalna
beta sambhal ke chalna aa

chaandi ke taaron mein
jakde na jaana
paise ki laalach mein
pakde na jaana aa aa
chaandi ke taaron mein
jakde na jaana
paise ki laalach mein
pakde na jaana
reh jaayega machalna
beta sambhal ke chalna
o beta sambhal ke chalna
zyaada nahin uchhalna
rasta bahot hain chikna
dhire se bach nikalna
beta sambhal ke chalna
haan
beta sambhal ke chalna

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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बेटा संभल के चलना
बेटा संभल के चलना
ज्यादा नहीं उछलना
रस्ता बहोत है चिकना
धीरे से बच निकलना
बेटा संभल के चलना

पैदल जो फिरना है
किस्मत में भैय्या
सीने पे चलता है
मोटर का पहिया
पैदल जो फिरना है
किस्मत में भैय्या
सीने पे चलता है
मोटर का पहिया
दिल को पड़े कुचलना
बेटा संभल के चलना
अहा आ
बेटा संभल के चलना
बेटा संभल के चलना
ज्यादा नहीं उछलना
रस्ता बहोत है चिकना
धीरे से बच निकलना
बेटा संभल के चलना आ
नकली ये चेहरे हैं
इनपे न जाना
पौडर ही पौडर हैं
धोखा न खाना
हाँ
समझे भाई
नकली ये चेहरे हैं
इनपे न जाना
पौडर ही पौडर हैं
धोखा न खाना
इनपे न दिल बदलना
बेटा संभल के चलना
ओ बेटा संभल के चलना
ज्यादा नहीं उछलना
रस्ता बहोत है चिकना
धीरे से बच निकलना
बेटा संभल के चलना आ

चांदी के तारों में
जकड़े न जाना
पैसे की लालच में
पकडे न जाना आ आ
चांदी के तारों में
जकड़े न जाना
पैसे की लालच में
पकडे न जाना
रह जाएगा मचलना
बेटा संभल के चलना
ओ बेटा संभल के चलना
ज्यादा नहीं उछलना
रस्ता बहोत है चिकना
धीरे से बच निकलना
हाँ
बेटा संभल के चलना


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 : 3523 Post No. : 14150

Missing Films of 1960s – 62
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Over a period of time now, more and more films and film songs are becoming available online. Earlier this week itself, Bakshi ji mentioned in one of our conversations that he is now downloading films right on to his smart phone from the internet, and watches them at his convenience. The smart phones are coming up with huge storage memories. The mobile phone service providers are coming up with plans that allow large data volumes to be downloaded. As per him, services like Jio are able to provide good bandwidth, and it does not take long to download a full film. This seems to be a good time for lovers of Hindi films and film music – just log on, do some search and one is able to find many items of interest. And to add, of course, that more and more people are now uploading films and songs online, and sharing with the world.

When I started this series, at the request of Katie Ben, for many episodes I was following the yearly sequence, as per the list worked out by her. In between, sometimes I would jump ahead for a special request. But the progression was linear more or less. Lately, I have been moving back and forth between the years, as I continue to either discover hitherto unavailable songs, or having acquired them from friends, I have uploaded them myself. Having reached up to the year 1967 with postings of songs of unrepresented films, I move back to 1965 again today.

The film being introduced today is ‘Gopal Krishna’. As the name suggests, this is a religious film, that highlights the life and times of Lord Krishna, when he descended upon this earth, as an incarnation for destroying the evil forces in this creation.

The film is produced under the banner of Chitrashala, Bombay and is directed by D Raman. The cast of actors is listed as Jaishri Gadkar, Prakash, Rajan Haksar, Sapru, SK Prem, Ratnamala, Mohan Choti, Mridula, Dalpat, Moni Chatterji, Sadhana Khote, Madhumati, Uma Khosla, Lalita Kumari, Saudagar Singh, KL Panda, and Pal Singh. From this list, I surmise that the lead role of Krishna is played by the person whose name is listed as ‘Prakash’. There are eight songs listed for this film. All the songs are from the pen of Bharat Vyas, and the music is composed by N Dutta.

This lovely song is rendered by Suman Kalyanpur. On screen this is performed by Jaishree Gadkar, playing the role of Radha ji, as she is serenading Krishna, role played by Prakash (I hope my guess is correct). The scenario is the groves by the banks of River Jamuna. Krishna is sitting beneath the ‘kadamb’ tree playing his flute, and Radha ji is going to the ‘panghat’ with a ‘matki’ to fetch water for home. This is the most typical scenario in the tales of the pastimes of Radha and Krishna. Their exchanges are being seen by their friends. The gopis accompanying Radha ji are watching from a distance and praising. So are the gwaala friends of Krishna, led by Mohan Choti.

View and enjoy this very auspicious episode from the tales of Shri Krishna.

 

Song – Teri Muraliya Meri Paayaliya, Donon Ka Kaisa Mel Re  (Gopal Krishna) (1965) Singer – Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics – Bharat Vyas, MD – N Dutta

Lyrics

teri muraliya
meri paayaliya
donon ka kaisa mel re
dharti naache
gagan bhi naache
dekh ke preet ka khel re
teri muraliya
meri paayaliya

tere suron mein jaadu bhara hai
meri taal mein geet hai
tere suron mein jaadu bhara hai
meri taal mein geet hai
kya todegi isko duniya
janam janam ki preet hai
teri muraliya
meri paayaliya
donon ka kaisa mel re
dharti naache
gagan bhi naache
dekh ke preet ka khel re
teri muraliya
meri paayaliya

tere liye badnaam kiya mujhe
saare gokul gaaon ne
tere liye badnaam kiya mujhe
saare gokul gaaon ne
kadamb ke neeche
ghunghat kheenche
naachungi tere saamne
teri muraliya
meri paayaliya
donon ka kaisa mel re
dharti naache
gagan bhi naache
dekh ke preet ka khel re
teri muraliya
meri paayaliya

log kahen tu hai kaala kaanha
nazar na aaye rain mein
log kahen tu hai kaala kaanha
nazar na aaye rain mein
main to tumhen rakhungi kanhaiya
kajra bana ke nain mein
teri muraliya
meri paayaliya
donon ka kaisa mel re
dharti naache
gagan bhi naache
dekh ke preet ka khel re
teri muraliya
meri paayaliya

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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तेरी मुरलीया
मेरी पायलिया
दोनों का कैसा मेल रे
धरती नाचे
गगन भी नाचे
देख के प्रीत का खेल रे
तेरी मुरलीया
मेरी पायलिया

तेरे सुरों में जादू भरा है
मेरी ताल में गीत हैं
तेरे सुरों में जादू भरा है
मेरी ताल में गीत हैं
क्या तोड़ेगी इसको दुनिया
जनम जनम की प्रीत है
तेरी मुरलीया
मेरी पायलिया
दोनों का कैसा मेल रे
धरती नाचे
गगन भी नाचे
देख के प्रीत का खेल रे
तेरी मुरलीया
मेरी पायलिया

तेरे लिए बदनाम किया मुझे
सारे गोकुल गाँव ने
तेरे लिए बदनाम किया मुझे
सारे गोकुल गाँव ने
कदम्ब के नीचे
घूँघट खींचे
नाचूँगी तेरे सामने
तेरी मुरलीया
मेरी पायलिया
दोनों का कैसा मेल रे
धरती नाचे
गगन भी नाचे
देख के प्रीत का खेल रे
तेरी मुरलीया
मेरी पायलिया

लोग कहें तू है काला कान्हा
नज़र ना आए रैन में
लोग कहें तू है काला कान्हा
नज़र ना आए रैन में
मैं तुओ तुम्हें रखूंगी कन्हैया
कजरा बना के नैन में
तेरी मुरलीया
मेरी पायलिया
दोनों का कैसा मेल रे
धरती नाचे
गगन भी नाचे
देख के प्रीत का खेल रे
तेरी मुरलीया
मेरी पायलिया


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.

 

पल दो पल का साथ हमारा
पल दो पल के याराने हैं
इस मंज़िल पर मिलने वाले
उस मंज़िल पर खो जाने हैं
 
pal do pal ka saath hamaara
pal do pal ke yaaraane hain
is manzil par milne waale
us manzil par kho jaane hain

This thought, expressed in these words, probably first came about four decades ago (film is ‘The BurningTrain’, 1980). It was March of 1980 that this film hit the theatres around the country. This qawwaali gained a good amount of popularity in its time, and still continues to be a part of selection of lists of qawwaalis in Hindi films. And in a matter of few months, the writer of these lines arrived at the manzil, from where, he was lost to us. 25th October of the same year. The iconic poet Abdul Hayee, decided to abandon this world – an act, a thought that he had expressed multiple times in his verses, over the previous three decades or so, of his career as a songwriter in Hindi films.

Remembering Sahir Sb on the anniversary of his passing away (25th October).
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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.

Yeh Hai Bombay Meri Jaan – 4
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         Bombay Gangout – Part 4
         After The Meet.

After the gangout session, as everyone dispersed and proceeded to their respective destinations, Srinivas (SignalTimer) and I headed to the local train station, that is just like across the road from the gangout meeting place.  We took the train going south; we had a visit scheduled, to meet another common friend who is beset with the same passion of the Hindi film music from the Golden Era.  The name is Kushal Gopalka.  Some of the group members in Bombay may be familiar with this name, as he is active in this space, in a very different and interesting manner.
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Here is a lovely semi classical song and dance performance from “Dhool ka phool” (1959). This movie which starred Rajendra Kumar and Mala Sinha had some nice songs i it.
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Kishore Kumar as hero and Pran as villain was a recipe for great fun throughout the movie. And “Jaalsaaz” (1959) was one such movie.
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“Naya Raasta” (1970) is a movie I have no recollection of. And I had never heard its songs. At least I do not recall hearing them.
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I have found an absolute gem of a song just now. It is from “Bhai Bahan” (1959).
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If there are beaches, then why should there not be songs picturised on beaches. Of course there are such songs, even if they are far less in number than songs supposed to be picturised around trees. 😉
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