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

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Today, February 8th is the 5th Remembrance Day of the poet and lyricist, Nida Fazli (12/10/1938 – 08/02/2016) who left for the heavenly abode on this date 5 years back. 80 years ago, Ghazal singer, Jagjit Singh (08/02/1841 – 10/10/2011) was born on this date. More than a co-incidental connection between the two, they had a special connection through their collaborations. Nida Fazli was the master of expressing the romance, realities and the philosophy of life by way of ghazals and nazms while Jagjit Singh added soul to Nida Fazli’s words through his emotive voice.

There was another co-incidence about Nida Fazli and Jagjit Singh. Both came to Mumbai around the same time, 1964 and 1965 respectively, for pursuing their career. It was Jagjit Singh’s first LP album with his wife, Chitra Singh titled ‘Unforgettable’ (1976) which made him popular as a ghazal singer. Almost at the same point of time, Nida Fazli had also become one of the most sought-after poets in mushairas all over India.

Both Jagjit Singh and Nida Fazli used very simplistic approach in making their ghazals popular among the masses. Jagjit Singh rendered ghazals in his emotive voice with simple music using only 3-4 musical instruments. He mostly avoided the use of semi-classical genre such as thumri and dadra as was the convention at that time. Nida Fazli, by and large, avoided the use of Persianised Urdu words in his ghazal. He used the mix of simple words from Hindi and Urdu to make them understandable to the masses. He moved away from the convention of ghazal writing as an expression of the unrequited love and the piognant mood associated with such love. Instead, he expressed through his poems the human relationships, socio-economic and political situations as also on realities of life. His poem depicted the humanist approach.

I have selected a few of couplets from his ghazals, some of which have been sung by Jagjit Singh, as examples of his non-conventional way of putting his thoughts in simple words with deep meanings:

uss ke dushman hain bahut aadmī achchha hoga
wo bhi meri hi tarah shahar mein tanha hoga

safar mein dhoop to hogi jo chal sako to chalo
sabhi hain bheed mein tum bhi nikal sako to chalo

[Note: This entire ghazal was recited by Prime Minister, Narendra Modi during a Rajya Sabha debate on March 8, 2016 in the context of Government’s difficulties for the smooth passage of bills in Rajya Sabha]

dhoop mein niklo ghataaon mein nahaa kar dekho
zindagi kyaa hai kitaabon ko hataa kar dekho

duniya jise kahte hain jaadoo kaa khilauna hai
mil jaaye to mittī hai kho jaaye to sona hai

hukoomaton ko badalne to kuchh muhaal nahin
hukoomaten jo badalta hai wo samaaj bhī ho

Muhaal= difficult

kabhi kabhi youn bhi ham ne apne jee ko bahlaaya hai
jin baaton ko ḳhud nahin samjhe auron ko samjhaaya hai

ghar se masjid hai bahut dur chalo youn kar le
kisi rote huye bachche ko hansaaya jaaye

hoshwaalon ko khabar kya bekhudi kya cheez hai
ishq keejiye phir samjhiye zindagi kya cheez hai

Both Nida Fazli and Jagjit Singh got associated with Hindi film industry almost at the same time. Nida Fazli wrote his first lyrics for ‘Satranj Ke Mohre’ (1974). Jagjit Singh rendered his first full-pledge song as a playback singer in Hindi film, ‘Aavishkaar’ (1973) with his wife Chitra Singh.

Despite both Nida Fazli and Jagjit Singh being in Mumbai since 1965 and both having the inter-related careers, it took almost 25 years for both of them to collaborate for the first time when Nida Fazli wrote the lyrics for the film ‘Billoo Baadshah’ (1989) for which Jagjit Singh was the music director and also the playback singer for one song. It took another four years when their first non-film album, ‘Insight’ was released in 1993. for which all the songs were written by Nida Fazli. Thereafter their collaborations continued until Jagjit Singh’s death kept them apart.

Nida Fazli entered the Hindi film industry as a lyricist at a time when the quality of song writing had the initial sign of deterioration. In the post-1980’s scenarios, his filmy songs stand apart from most of the songs written during that period. And when he joined with Jagjit Singh, their collaborative as well as individual efforts took us back to the golden period of Hindi film music for few moments.

On the occasion of the 5th Rememberance Day of Nida Fazli and 80th birth anniversary of Jagjit Singh, I have selected one of those Hindi film songs where Jagjit Singh has sung the song written by Nida Fazli. The song is ‘meri aankhon ne chuna hai tujhko duniya dekh kar’ from ‘Tarkieb’ (2000) with Alka Yagnik joining Jagjit Singh in rendition. The song was set to music by Aadesh Srivastav.

‘Tarkieb’ (2000) failed miserably at the box office and faded into oblivion. But the song under discussion has ensured that the name of the film is not forgotten. Such is the power of Jagjit Singh-Nida Fazli combination.

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Audio Clip:

Song-Kiska chehraa ab main dekhoon(Tarkieb)(2000) Singers-Jagjit Singh, Alka Yagnik, Lyrics-Nida Fazli, MD-Aadesh Srivastav
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Chorus

Lyrics

chaand bhi dekha
phool bhi dekha
baadal bijli titli jugnu
koi nahin hai aisa
tera husn hai jaisa
tera husn hai jaisa

meri nigaah ne ye kaisa khwaab dekha hai
zameen pe chalta huwa mahtaab dekha hai

meri aankhon ne chuna hai tujhko duniya dekh kar
meri aankhon ne chuna hai tujhko duniya dekh kar
kiska chehara
kiska chehara
ab main dekhoo….n
tera chehara dekh kar
meri aankhon ne chuna hai tujhko duniya dekh kar

hu hu hu hu
ta ta ra ta ra ra ta ra

neend bhi dekhi
khwaab bhi dekha
neend bhi dekhi ee
khwaab bhi dekha aa
choodi bindiya darpan khushboo
koi nahin hai aisa
tera pyaar hai jaisa
haan tera pyaar hai jaisa aa
meri aankhon ne chuna hai tujhko duniya dekh kar
meri aankhon ne chuna hai tujhko duniya dekh kar
kiska chehra
kiska chehra..aa
ab main dekhoo…n oon oon
tera chehra dekh kar
meri aankhon ne chuna hai tujhko duniya dekh kar

ru ru ru

rang bhi dekhaa aa
roop bhi dekhaa aa aa
rang bhi dekhaa aa
roop bhi dekhaa aa
rasta manzil saahil mehfil
koi nahin hai aisa
tera saath hai jaisa
ho tera saath hai jaisa aa
meri aankhon ne chuna hai tujhko duniya dekh kar

meri aankhon ne chuna hai tujhko duniya dekh kar
kiska chehra..aa
kiska chehra abb main dekhoo..n oon
tera chehra dekh kar
meri aankhon ne chuna hai tujhko duniya dekh kar

bahut khubsoorat hai aankhen tumhaari
(aaaaaa aaaaaaaa)
bana dijiye inko kismat hamaari
(aaaaaa aaaaaa )
usse aur kya chaahiye zindagi mein
(hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm)
jise mil gayi mohabbat tumhaari
(hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm)


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

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‘Vadh’ (2002) seems to have become an obscure film by now. Even though the film belongs to 21st century when the marketing through mass media has been the order of the day to promote the film, I do not recall having seen any such marketing blitzes for this film.

On-line searches revealed that it was a low budget film belonging to the genre of ‘suspense murder mystery’. A box office report suggests that the film was a ‘disaster’ as it earned about 50 per cent of the cost of production of the film. I guess, the absence of a well-conceived marketing of the film may have resulted in the prospective film audience not well-informed about the film. Otherwise, why should a film with Nana Patekar should get such a lukewarm reception at the box office? Probably, the low budget did not allow the makers of the film to indulge in high marketing blitzes.

‘Vadh’ (2002) was a maiden venture of Dilip Dhanwani who was in the film distribution business based in Mumbai. The star cast consisted of Nana Patekar, Anupama Verma, Puru Rajkumar, Meghna Kothari, Nakul Vaid, Sambhawana Seth, Arun Bakshi, Raju Mewani, Sweta Menon etc. The film was directed by N.S.R – the abbreviation for Nana Patekar, Rajesh Singh and Raj Bharath, respectively. Raj Bharath was entrusted with directing the film. However, due to alleged interferences by Nana Patekar, he left the film after which the Rajesh Singh was entrusted with the film’s direction. He also left the film on the same ground. Probably, producer thought it better to entrust the direction to Nana Patekar if he wants his film to be completed without any further delay.

The credit title of the film mentions that ‘it is a film by Nana Patekar for Dilip Dhanwani’. This shows as to how much Nana Patekar was involved in making of this film. This alone made me interested in watching the film, the DVD of which was available on one of the video sharing platforms. I watched this film in a single sitting as I found the film engrossing. The build-up of suspense till the last was superb. I could not guess as to who could be the murderer of three victims in the film which was attributed to a serial psychopath killer.

The gist of the story of the film is as under:

Dr, Arjun Singh (Nana Patekar) is a Psychiatrist who is attached to a mental hospital. He has a late marriage with Jyoti Singh (Anupama Verma) who is much younger than him. Dr. Arjun is very protective about his pregnant wife and loves her. His younger brother Vijay (Nakul Vaid) is a police inspector attached to Crime Branch who is in love with Meghna Kothari, the daughter of the Police Commissioner (Arun Bakshi).

In the mental hospital, there is a serial psychopath killer who has been kept in solitary confinement due to his violent behaviour. One day, the serial killer runs away from the hospital by breaking open the grilled door of his room. In this process, he kills three guards of the mental hospital by slicing the throats with ‘X’ slicing marks on the faces of the victims. This is his trade-mark killings. The police forces are looking out for the serial killer as this has created a panic among the residence.

Aryan (Puru Rajkumar) is a childhood friend of Dr. Arjun who is rich and a charming playboy. He spends much of his time in revelry and visits bars and clubs. He prefers casual relations with his girl-friends including the married ones and has no intention of marrying any of them. Dr. Arjun’s wife, Jyoti is also involved with extra marital relation with Aryan.

Soon after the running away of serial killer, one of the girl friends of Aryan is found murdered in her house. While the Crime Branch and Dr. Arjun think that the murder is a handywork of the serial killer with his trade-mark style of killing, Inspector Vijay has a doubt on Aryan as his visiting card is found in his murdered girl-friend’s house. After few days, another girl-friend of Aryan is found murdered in the same style which come to the light when Aryan visits her house. The presence of Aryan in the house makes Vijay confident that it is Aryan who has killed his girl friends in the same style as that of the serial killer so as to wood-wink the police in thinking that it is the work of the serial killer. Inspector Vijay arrests Aryan but due to lack of evidence against him, Aryan gets bail.

In the meanwhile, both Dr Arjun and his wife Jyoti are under threat from the serial killer. as they find ‘X’ mark in blood has been put on faces in their photo-frame. As a precautionary measure, Police Commissioner shifts them to a more secured place with a Commando attached to their new residence. Inspector Vijay ensures that he is present in the house when his brother, Dr. Arjun is on hospital duties.

Despite the security, one day, Jyoti finds that their personal Commando has been murdered in the same fashion as those killed by the serial killer. She gets the panic attack thinking that she and her husband would be the next target of the serial killers. A police team headed by the Police Commissioner visit to scene of the crime. To his horror, Inspector Vijay finds that his brother, Dr Arjun’s dead body is floating in a swimming pool with Jyoti murdered in her room with the same trade mark killing style as that of the serial killer.

The film ends with Police Commissioner taking a vow that he would not leave that mad serial killer and he would find him.

At the outset, the end of the film appears tame. This is because, I have not revealed the suspense part of the film just in case those who had not watched the film and are interested in doing so. The murder mystery has been solved as far as the film’s audience is concerned but for the police in the film, the case of the serial murders is yet to be solved.

The USP of the film is that the director has been successful in keeping the suspense in the film till the last. In fact, he has build-up the suspense as the film story progresses. However, this USP was not sufficient to make the film successful at the box office.

This film belongs to Nana Patekar from start to finish. There is no long and high-pitched dialogues for him as we are used to see him doing so in most of his films. He has a normal dialogue delivery and a restrained performance. Anupama Verma has done a conventional role of a house-wife which she has performed better than what she has been performing in her pop song videos. The suspense effects of the film have been well supported by the background music of Sanjay Chaudhary.

The weakness of the film is that it is too long for a suspense thriller. The film could have been easily condensed within the duration of say, 1 hour 45 minutes instead of 2 hours and 10 minutes to make it sleek for viewers. For example, there was not need to have two club songs of about 5 minutes durations just to support the playboy image of Puru Rajkumar. Such type of songs become distraction in a film which is trying to build-up the suspense. Probably, these two songs were included as a part of box office attractions. But the way these songs were conceived and presented, it would not have been a surprise if even front-benchers had taken a break by walking out of the theatre hall when these two songs were shown on the screen.

I also felt that there was no need for a romantic sub-plot of Inspector Vijay (Nakul Vaid) and his fiancée, Meghana Kothari. In fact, the role of Meghna Kothari is redundant in the film. On top of it, the pair have one song of about 5 minutes duration which appears to be forced upon the film.

And lastly, I missed the presence of N A Ansari type of a character in the film which would have added some aura around him, enhancing the suspense to the murder mystery.

‘Vadh’ (2002) has 6 songs, a high number for a suspense thriller. Except one, none of the song has pleased my ears. I am presenting the only song out of six which I liked and the song is ‘bahut khubsoorat hai aankhen tumhaari’ rendered by Jagjit Singh. The song is written by Nida Fazli which is set to music by Vishal-Shekhar. The song is picturised on Nana Patekar and Anupama Verma.

With this song, ‘Vadh’ (2002) makes its debut in the Blog.

Video Clip:

Audio Clip:

Song-Bahut khoobsoorat hain aankhen tumhaari (Vadh)(2002) Singer-Jagjit Singh, Lyrics-Nida Faazli, MD-Vishal Shekhar
Nana Patekar

Lyrics

hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm

bahut khubsoorat hain
aankhen tumhaari
bahut khubsoorat hain
aankhen tumhaari
agar ho inaayat
ae jaan-e-mohabbat
bana deejiye inko
kismat hamaari
bahut khubsoorat hain
aankhen tumhaari

tum in aankhon se duniya ko dekhti ho
aur main zindagi ko

jo sab se juda hai
wo andaaz ho tum
chhupa thha jo dil mein ae
wohi raaz ho tum
jo sab se juda hai ae
wo andaaz ho tum
chhupa thha jo dil mein ae
wohi raaz ho tum
tumhaari nazaakat a a
bani jab se chaahat
sukoon ban gayi hai
har ek bekaraari
bahut khubsoorat hain
aankhen tumhaari

na thhe jab talak tum
hamaari nazar mein
na thha chaand shab mein ae
na sooraj sahar mein
na the jab talak tum
hamaari nazar mein
na thha chaand shab mein ae
na sooraj sahar mein
tumhaari ijaajat
tumhaari hukoomat
ye saara gagan hai ae
ye dharti hai saari
bahut khubsoorat hain
aankhen tumhaari
bahut khubsoorat hain
aankhen tumhaari
agar ho inaayat
ae jaan-e-mohabbat
bana deejiye ae inko
kismat hamaari
bahut khubsoorat hain
aankhen tumhaari
bahut khubsoorat hain
aankhen tumhaari
bahut khubsoorat hain
aankhen tumhaari


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.

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Hullo Atuldom

This post sees the 20th November 1981 released “Gehra Zakhm” (as written in the titles of the movie) making its debut on the blog.
It is possible that the success of “Dada” (1979) prompted the casting of Amjad Khan in a pivotal role in this, since in that period he was known more for his negative characters. Vinod Mehra was the hero -just as in “Dada”. Ranjeeta Kaur, Kadar Khan, Sheetal, Jagdeep, Satyen kappu, Om Shivpuri etc formed the rest of the cast. Master Mayur played the young Vinod Mehra and Master Titoo played Amjad Khan’s childhood. Master Ravi plays the child who is rescued by Amjad Khan from Kadar Khan’s goonda and restored to his mother with some heavy duty dialogues to the effect that “maa se badhkar koi cheez nahi”. Jagdeep is Vinod Mehra’s (Vijay) friend who keeps urging the educated unemployed Vijay to live honestly and stop coming up with get-rich schemes.

Just before I started writing this post I had a look at the movie until the point of this song. It has Kishore Kumar and Sapan Chakraborty singing for Vijay and Jimmy (Jagdeep) as they go about on a cycle along the streets of Bombay by night. They are hoping that their fortunes change and they are able to enjoy the luxuries of life. Leena Das is the dancer in the last stanza.

This movie had two lyricists- Vithalbhai Patel and Nida Fazli- penning five songs that were set to tune by Rahul Dev Burman. Asha Bhonsle, Mohd Rafi, Bhupinder, Anand Kumar (have seen his name against a few songs, but no info on him), Amit Kumar, Suresh Wadkar and Udit Narayan were the other singers in the movie.

I chanced upon this song when I googled for songs of Kishore Kumar which were not by regular lyricists meaning Anand Bakshi, Rajinder Krishan, Majrooh etc. Not that I don’t like their work, it is just that we feel that KK has not sung any other writer’s work. I also have been trying to present songs which KK has sung for actors other that Dev Anand, Rajesh Khanna and Amitabh.

As we all know one of Vinod Mehra’s earliest songs “geet gata hoon main” had Kishore Kumar giving playback. That had the distinction of being composed by Shankar Jaikishan and written by Dev Kohli and stood at number 18 in that year’s Binaca Geetmala.

To start of with he was a reluctant actor. His debut was as playback for Dev Anand. He had a solo and his first ever duet with Lata Mangeshkar in that movie after which Lata – Kishore duets have been a norm for all leading pairs. And we have 206 of those duets on our blog. We have many duets of Kishore Kumar on the blog where he has sung with Mukesh, Mohd Rafi, R D Burman, S Balbir, Amit Kumar, Mahendra Kapoor and Shailendra Singh. Today we have a song with a new partner.

The first decade saw him singing one or two songs per movie; the maximum 7 songs he sang was for “Jaalsaaz” in 1959 and 8 songs for “Suhana Geet” also in 1959. But people say that his best period was post “Aradhana” in 1969 but we cannot close our eyes to “Jewel Thief”, “Guide”, “Half Ticket”, “Manmauji”, “Jhumroo”, “Rangoli” and all the other movies for which he has lent his voice.

Yes, post 1969 he has been used for actors as varied as Sunil Dutt, Dharmendra, Jeetendra, even Pran and his own brother Ashok Kumar. Kishore Kumar’s voice has been used successfully for all heroes of the ’70s through the ’80s till death snatched him away from us 33 years ago.

Remembering this excellent actor, singer, producer, director, music director and artist on his anniversary.

Video


Audio

Song-Aisa ho to kaisa ho (Gehra Zakhm)(1981) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Sapan Chakravarty, Nida Fazli, MD-R D Burman
Both
Chorus

Lyrics

aisa ho toh kaisa ho
aisa ho toh kaisa ho
kadki bhaage
kismat jaage
jeb mein apne paisa ho o o
aisa ho toh kaisa ho
aisa ho toh kaisa ho
kadki bhaage
kismat jaage
jeb mein apne paisa ho o o

aisa ho toh kaisa ho
aisa ho toh kaisa ho

ru ru ru ru ru ru
ru ru ru ru ru ru

cheheron ki chaandni hai
zulfon ki badliyan hain
rangeen mehfilon mein
jismon ki bijliyan hain

cheheron ki chaandni hai
zulfon ki badliyan hain
rangeen mehfilon mein
jismon ki bijliyan hai

jaisa
jaisa
jaisa
jaisa
jaisa
jaisa
jaisa chaahe waisa ho
aisa ho toh kaisa ho
kadki bhaage
kismat jaage
jeb mein apne paisa ho o o
aisa ho toh kaisa ho
aisa ho toh kaisa ho

masti chhalak rahi hai
armaan machal rahe hain
paani se bheege bheege
sholay nikal rahe hain

masti chhalak rahi hai
armaan machal rahe hain
paani se bheege bheege
sholay nikal rahe hain

yehi
yehi
yehi
yehi
yehi
yehi
yehi khel hamesha ho
aisa ho toh kaisa ho
kadki bhaage
kismat jaage
jeb mein apne paisa ho o o
aisa ho toh kaisa ho
aisa ho toh kaisa ho

baa adab baa mulaiza hoshiar
alampanah ki sawaari aa rahi hai

duniya se jaake keh do
achchi hai woh jahaan hai
milane ki abb kisi se
fursat hamein kahaan hai

duniya se jaake keh do
achchi hai woh jahaan hai
milne ki abb kisi se
fursat hamein kahaan hai

aaye
aaye
aaye
aaye
aaye
aaye
aaye phir jo aana ho
aisa ho toh kaisa ho
kadki bhaage
kismat jaage
jeb mein apne paisa ho o o
aisa ho toh kaisa ho

aisa ho toh kaisa ho
aisa ho to kaisa ho aisa ho to kaisa ho
aisa ho to kaisa ho aisa ho to kaisa ho


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.

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12/10/2020 – 82nd birth anniversary of Nida Fazli
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Aadmi ki talaash
———————————–

abhi mara nahin zindaa hai aadmi shaayad
yahin kahin use dhoondho yahin kahin hogaa
badan ki andhi guphaa mein chhupa hua hogaa
badha ke haathh
har ek raushni ko gul kar do
hawaayen tez hain jhande lapet kar rakh do
jo ho sake to unn aankhon pe pattiyan kas do
na koyi paaon ki aahat
na saanson ki awaaz
daraa huaa hai woh
kuchh aur bhi na dar jaaye
badan ki andhhi guphaa se na kuchh kar jaaye
yahin kahin use dhoondho
wo aaj sadiyon baad
udaas udaas hai
khaamosh hai
akelaa hai
na jaane kab koyi pasli phadak utthe us ki
yahin kahin use dhoondho yahin kahin hogaa
barh anaho to use phir libaas pehnaa do
andheri aankhon mein sooraj ki aag dehkaa do
bahut badi hai yeh basti kahin bhi dafnaa do
abhi maraa nahin
zinda hai aadmi shaayad

—- NidaFazli —–

Duniya jise kehte hainjaadu kaa Khilona hai
Mil jaaye to mitti hai kho jaaye to sona hai

Nida Fazli , full name Muqtida Hasan Nida Fazli (12 October 1938 to 8 February 2016) is referring to the mesmerising charm of all things worldly and the fickle mindedness of the self, which keeps hankering after the things not gained, which may or may not be within reach.

The name ‘Nida’ means “to call”. In easy urdu /hindi it would mean “pukaar”. I had considered this name for my daughter. But I was dissuaded from this name, due to the meaning being so ambiguous. Because a call could be happy and good as the “Azaan”, or it could also be a call for attention is bad times or when one is in difficulty or desperation i.e. pukaar.

Here a song from the 1981 film “Aahistaa aahistaa” as part of for ‘dheere dheere songs’ series, written by Nida Fazli. This is a melodious composition by Khayyam. I am including ‘aahistaa aahistaa” in this series as it essentially means the same as ‘dheere dheere”.

Three songs from this movie have been covered in the blog so far :-

Song Date posted
Kabhi kisi ko muqqammal jahaan nahin miltaa 31 july 2010
Maana teri nazar mein 9 July 2012
Jab koi khwaab chamakta hai haqeeqat ban ke 31 july 2020

Padmini Kolhapure and Kunal Kapoor are singing this song on screen. This was a complicated story, I think based on a novel, with Shammi Kapoor and Nanda being the older generation and host of other actors in the cast.

Here is a duet by Asha Bhonsle and Anwar, as a tribute to Poet Nida Fazli on his birth anniversary.

Audio :

Video :

Song-Nazar se phool chunti hai nazar aahista aahistaa (Aahistaa aahistaa) (1981) Singers-Anwar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Nida Fazli, MD-Khayyam
Both

Lyrics

Nazar se phool chunti hai nazar
nazar se phool chunti hai nazar
aahistaa ahistaa
aahistaa aahistaa
muhobbat rang laati hai magar
muhobbat rang laati hai magar
aahista aahistaa
aahista aahistaa

duaayen de rahe hain ped
mausam jogiyaa saa hai

tumhaara saathh hai jab se
har ek manzar nayaa sa hai
duaayen de rahe hain ped
mausam jogiyaa saa hai

tumhaara saathh hai jab se
har ek manzar nayaa sa hai
haseen lagne lagi har reh-guzar
haseen lagne lagi har reh-guzar
aahistaa aahistaa
aahistaa aahistaa
muhobbat rang laati hai magar
muhobbat rang laati hai magar
aahista aahistaa
aahistaa aahistaa

bahot achche ho tum
bahot achcheho tum
phir bhi hamen tum se
hayaa kyun hai

tumhi bolo hamaare
darmiyaan ye
faasla kyun hai
bahot achcheho tum
phir bhi hamen tum se
hayaa kyun hai

tumhi bolo hamaare
darmiyaan ye faasla kyun hai
mazaa jab hai ke
tay ho ye safar
mazaa jab hai ke
tay ho ye safar
aahista aahistaa
aahista aahistaa

muhobbat rang laati hai magar
muhobbat rang laati hai magar
aahista aahistaa
aahista aahistaa

hamesha se akelepan mein koi
muskuraata hai

ye rishtaa pyaar ka hai
aasmaan se ban ke aataa hai
hamesha se akelepan mein koi
muskuraata hai

ye rishtaa pyaar ka hai
aasmaan se ban ke aataa hai
magar hoti hai dil ko ye khabar
magar hoti hai dil ko ye khabar
aahista aahistaa
aahista aahistaa

muhobbat rang laati hai magar
muhobbat rang laati hai magar
aahista aahistaa
aahista aahistaa
nazar se phool chunti hai nazar
nazar se phool chunti hai nazar
aahista aahistaa
aahista aahistaa
muhobbat rang laati hai magar
muhobbat rang laati hai magar
aahista aahistaa
aahistaa ahistaa


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 :

4396 Post No. : 15769

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No. 46
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In the ‘Blog Ten-Year Challenge’ for today (31st July 2020) we have one eligible movie – ‘Aahistaa Aahistaa-1981’.

Another movie ‘Swaami-1977’ though officially YIPPEED with all the four known songs of the movie covered may spring some ‘surprise’in future hence it is marked as ‘all songs covered*’ (with a ‘star’ 🙂 ).

As noted in the earlier posts the blog was in its ‘full swing’ ten years back during these days when it saw an average of over six posts per day appearing on the blog.

In today’s case also, on this day ten years back we had six songs posted on the blog as per details given below;

Song Movie title-Year Remarks
Kabhi kisi ko muqqammal jahaan nahin miltaa Aahistaa Aaahista -1981 02 songs posted
Pal bhar mein ye kyaa ho gayaa Swami-1977 All songs covered*
Main shaayar badnaam Namak Haram-1973 All songs covered
Na tum bewafaa ho na ham bewafaa hain Ek Kali Muskaayi-1968 All songs covered
Nainon waali ne haay meraa dil lootaa Mera Saayaa-1966 All songs covered
Aay haay dilrubaa Dr Vidya-1962 All songs covered

Today we are going to enjoy a song from the movie ‘Aahistaa Aahistaa-1981’ where the music was composed by the genius music director who had given us many timeless classics – Khayyam Saab.

This movie too had many such immortal gems and two of them have already been posted on the blog earlier.

Song Posted On
Kabhi kisi ko muqqammal jahaan nahin miltaa 31.07.2010
Maana teri nazar mein 09.07.2012

‘Aahistaa Aahistaa-1981’ was directed by Eesmayeel Shroff for ‘New World Enterprises, Bombay’.
It was produced by Sibte Hasan Rizvi.

It had Shammi Kapoor, Nanda, Padmini Kolhapure, Deven Verma, Shashikala, Ashalata, Aruna Irani, Savita Bajaj, Sudhir Pande, Manisha, Rakesh Bedi, Leela Mishra, Master Sandeep, Baby Waheeda, Baby Gazala, Sunder Taneja, Kalu Singh, Krishnakant Pandya (junior), Deepak, Iliyas Contractor, Pramod Pathak, D.A. Ambaule, Harish, Suresh, Ramesh and others.
The movie introduced Kunal Kapoor and Soni Razdan. Kadar Khan, Rahman and Girish Karnad had a special appearance in this movie.

This movie had eight songs (including a multiple version song) written by Nida Fazli-six songs and Naqsh Lyallpuri – two songs. Music for this movie was composed by Khayyam.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 05.10.1981.

Today’s song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and written by Nida Fazli.

I have not watched this movie so cannot say much about his movie, but yes, all the songs from this movie are my favourite songs.

Lyrics for the today’s song were sent Prakashchandra.

Let us now enjoy today’s beautiful song …


Song-Jab koi khwaab chamakta hai (Aahistaa Aahistaa)(1981) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, lyrics-Nida Fazli, MD-Khayyam

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

jab koi khwaab chamaktaa hai
haqeeqat ban ke
jab koi khwaab chamaktaa hai
haqeeqat ban ke
koi qismat se chalaa aataa hai
qismat ban ke ae ae
jab koi khwaab chamaktaa hai
haqeeqat ban ke

jab kisi maang mein sindoor
bharaa jaataa hai
jab kisi maang mein sindoor
bharaa jaataa hai
aasmaan apni bulandi se utar aataa hai
ek ho jaate hain do naam
muhabbat ban ke
ek ho jaate hain do naam
muhabbat ban ke
koi qismat se chalaa aataa hai
qismat ban ke ae ae
jab koi khwaab chamaktaa hai
haqeeqat ban ke

aaj ki raat hai
ghoonghat mein lajaane ae waali
aaj ki raat hai ghoonghat mein
lajaane waali
choodiyon waali tamannaayein
jagaane waali
ye haseen raat mili hai tujhe
chaahat ban ke
ye haseen raat mili hai ae ae tujhe
chaahat ban ke
koi qismat se chalaa aataa hai
qismat ban ke ae ae
jab koi khwaab chamaktaa hai
haqeeqat ban ke

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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जब कोई ख्वाब चमकता है
हकीकत बन के
जब कोई ख्वाब चमकता है
हकीकत बन के
कोई किस्मत से चला आता है
किस्मत बन के ए ए
जब कोई ख्वाब चमकता है
हकीकत बन के

जब किसी माँग में सिन्दूर
भरा जाता है
जब किसी माँग में सिन्दूर
भरा जाता है
आसमान अपनी बुलंदी से उतर आता है
एक हो जाते हैं दो नाम
मुहब्बत बन के
एक हो जाते हैं दो नाम
मुहब्बत बन के
कोई किस्मत से चला आता है
किस्मत बन के ए ए
जब कोई ख्वाब चमकता है
हकीकत बन के

आज की रात है
घूंघट में लजाने ए वाली
आज की रात है
घूंघट में लजाने वाली
चूड़ियों वाली तमन्नाएं
जगाने वाली
ये हसीं रात मिली है तुझे
चाहत बन के
ये हसीं रात मिली है तुझे
चाहत बन के
कोई किस्मत से चला आता है
किस्मत बन के ए ए
जब कोई ख्वाब चमकता है
हकीकत बन के


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:

4362 Post No. : 15688

I would prefer to stop counting the numbers, and rather go by the impressions in the memory. Well, it sounds so unbelievable that Nitin Mukesh turns 70 today. It seems like just a little while ago that we heard him sing for the first time in ‘Mera Naam Joker’ (1970). It was actually an unlisted song, in English. A song of good wishes and greetings – “Wish Me Luck”.

Then in 1981, when the song “Zindagi Ki Na Toote Ladi” from the film ‘Kranti’ was doing the rounds of popularity, my first impression on hearing this voice was – how come, was this song recorded earlier? The voice sounds so close to the voice of Mukesh, his father. Well yes, the voice is distinct, if one is listening carefully. But it also has an unmistakable shade of Mukesh’s voice.

Nitin Mukesh was born this day in 1950. Although he made his singing debut in 1970, his songs are few and far between in that first decade of his career. His more active years were the 1980s and 1990s. And even so, one cannot count his career as being prolific.

Today’s song is from the 1981 film ‘Nakhuda’. It was a big banner film of its time, produced by Yash Chopra for Yash Raj Films. The film is directed by Dilip Naik. The star cast for the film is Kulbhushan Kharbanda, Swaroop Sampat, Raj Kiran, Madan Puri, Javed Khan, Vikas Anand, Sudhir Dalvi, Bharat Kapoor, Madhu Malhothra, Mac Mohan, Yunus Parvez, Asha Sachdev, Jagdish Raj, Mahaan, Murlidhar, Bandini, Nandini, Umesh, Murari, Chand, Raj Verma, Chandu, Pardesi, Amarnath, Rajesh, and Rauf Khan.

The film has 6 songs. One song is a composition by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, and also sung by him. The remaining 5 songs are from the pen of Nida Fazli, and have been tuned to music by Khayyaam. One song of this film is already showcased on our blog. This is the second song of this film to make its appearance here today. Lyrics for this song have been sent in by our dear Avinash ji.

On screen, the song is picturized on Raj Kiran and Swaroop Sampat. As the words indicate, this is an ‘expectant parents’ song, with the characters expressing happiness and love for each other, with the knowledge that another member of the family is on way.

Wishing Nitin Mukesh, a very happy birthday, and also many many more years of good health and active singing. All the best wishes to him.

Video

Audio

Song – Tumhaari Palkon Ki Chilmanon Mein (Nakhuda) (1981) Singer – Nitin Mukesh, Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Nida Fazli, MD – Khayyaam

Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

hmmmm…hmmmmm..hhmmm
hmmm…hmmm…hmmmm…hmmmm
hmhmmm….hmmm…hmmmmm
hmmm…hmmm….hmmm..hmmmm

lalla la la laa laaa
lalla llall la la laa laaa
lalla la la laa laaa
lalla llall la la laa laaa

tumhaari palkon ki
chilmanon mein
ye kya chhuppa hai
sitaare jaisa
haseen hai ye
hamaare jaisa
shareer hai ye
tumhaare jaisa
tumhaare khwaabon
ke aayeene mein
ye kyaa chhuppa hai
hamaare jaisa
jawaan hai ye
hamaare jaisa
haseen hai ye
tumhaare jaisa

tumhaari baahon mein
chhup ke hum ne
tumhi ko tum se
chura liya hai
tumhaari baahon mein
chhup ke hamne
tumhi ko tum se
chura liya hai
churaane waale ke
haath hum ne
jo kho diya tha
wo pa liya hai
tumhaare honthon ki
khaamoshi mein
ye kya chhupa hai
ishaare jaisa
tumhaare honton ki
khaamoshi mein
ye kya chhupa hai
ishaare jaisa
haseen hai ye
hamaare jaisa
shareer hai ye
tumhaare jaisa

naye musaafir ke
kaun hain hum
naye musaafir ko
ye bata do
naye musaafir ke
kaun hain hum
naye musaafir ko
ye bata doi
woh tum se khud hi
karega baatein
kareeb aa ke
isey jaga do
tumhaari sharmilee
shokhiyon mein
ye kya chhupa hai
sharaare jaisa
tumhaari sharmilee
shokhiyon mein
ye kya chhupa hai
sharaare jaisa
haseen hai ye
hamaare jaisa
shareer hai ye
tumhaare jaisa

tumhaari palkon ki
chilmanon mein
ye kya chhupa
hai sitaare jaisa
tumhaare khwaabon ke
aayeene mein
ye kyaa chhupa hai
hamaare jaisa
jawaan hai ye
(hmmm…hmmmm)
hamaare jaisa
(hmmmmm)
haseen hai ye
(hmmm…hmmmm)
tumhaare jaisa
(hmmmmm)

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हम्ममम॰॰॰ हम्मममम॰॰॰ हम्म
हम्म॰॰॰ हम्म॰॰॰ हम्मममम॰॰॰ हम्ममम॰॰॰
हम्ममम॰॰॰ हम्मममम॰॰॰ हम्म
हम्म॰॰॰ हम्म॰॰॰ हम्मममम॰॰॰ हम्ममम॰॰॰

लल्ल ला ला ला॰॰ ला॰॰॰
लल्ल लल्ल ला ला ला॰॰ ला॰॰॰
लल्ल ला ला ला॰॰ ला॰॰॰
लल्ल लल्ल ला ला ला॰॰ ला॰॰॰

तुम्हारी पलकों की
चिलमनों में
ये क्या छुपा है
सितारे जैसा
हसीन है ये
हमारे जैसा
शरीर है ये
तुम्हारे जैसा
तुम्हारे ख्वाबों के
आईने में
ये क्या छुपा है
हमारे जैसा
जवान है ये
हमारे जैसा
हसीन है ये
तुम्हारे जैसा

तुम्हारी बाहों में
छुप के हमने
तुम्ही को तुमसे
चुरा लिया है
तुम्हारी बाहों में
छुप के हमने
तुम्ही को तुमसे
चुरा लिया है
चुराने वाले के
हाथ हमने
जो खो दिया था
वो पा लिया है
तुम्हारे होंठों की
खामोशी में
ये क्या छुपा है
इशारे जैसा
तुम्हारे होंठों की
खामोशी में
ये क्या छुपा है
इशारे जैसा
हसीन है ये
हमारे जैसा
शरीर है ये
तुम्हारे जैसा

नए मुसाफिर के
कौन हैं हम
नए मुसाफिर को
ये बता दो
नए मुसाफिर के
कौन हैं हम
नए मुसाफिर को
ये बता दो
वो तुमसे खुद ही
करेगा बातें
करीब आ के
इसे जगा दो
तुम्हारी शर्मीली
शोखियों में
ये क्या छुपा है
शरारे जैसा
तुम्हारी शर्मीली
शोखियों में
ये क्या छुपा है
शरारे जैसा
हसीन है ये
हमारे जैसा
शरीर है ये
तुम्हारे जैसा

तुम्हारी पलकों की
चिलमनों में
ये क्या छुपा है
सितारे जैसा
तुम्हारे ख्वाबों के
आईने में
ये क्या छुपा है
हमारे जैसा
जवान है ये
(हम्मम॰॰॰ हम्ममम)
हमारे जैसा
(हम्ममम)
हसीन है ये
(हम्मम॰॰॰ हम्ममम)
तुम्हारे जैसा
(हम्ममम)


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 :

3996 Post No. : 15092 Movie Count :

4142

Today 27th June 2019, is the eightieth birth anniversary of Rahul Dev Burman (27th June, 1939 – 4th Jan, 1994). We fondly remember him on this occasion and will be always thankful to him for giving us all those great nostalgic songs, great music and many everlasting gems.

As I was looking for a special song for this occasion and while going through his filmography, I decided to select a song penned by Nida Fazli. I thought they worked together in very few films so I was interested to introduce a new movie and I finally zeroed on this lesser known movie ‘Mangal Sutra’ (1981). I think even the song of today is a very lesser known and this might be because of this movie going unnoticed then. Even the filmography of RDB on ‘wiki’ does not have this movie in that list. (Since I could not prepare the details of RDB-Nida Fazli movies together I am deferring it for a post in the future).

‘Mangal Sutra’ was directed by B Vijay for Gaurav Films International, Madras. It was produced by Ravi Kumar. Mrs. Chandrika Shah and Mrs. Era Kalra were Associate Producers of this movie. It had Rekha, Anant Nag, Prema Narayan, Jagdeep, Madan Puri, and Om Shivpuri. The supporting cast included Keshto Mukherjee, Asit Sen, Rajendranath, BM Vyas, Chand Usmani, Jayshree T, Meena T, Guddi, Jezbel, Swaraj, NS Bedi, Shankar Singh, Vinod, Neeta, Sharma, Jailata, Baby Reema, Viju Khote and Madhu. Shashi Puri makes a guest appearance in the movie. And this movie introduced Master Vineet.

Story and screenplay of this movie was written by MD Sundar. Dialogues were written by Snehlata Verma. Editing of this movie was done by P Bhakthavathsalam. Vijaykumar Raichura was the Associate Director of this movie. The movie was passed by Censor Board on 13.03.1981.

This movie had total five songs penned by Kavi Pradeep (one song) and Nida Fazli (four songs). Asha Bhonsle, Bhupinder Singh, Dilraj Kaur, Lata Mangeshkar, Meena and SP Balasubramaniam had given their voices to the songs in this movie. Music for this film was composed by RD Burman.

One movie by the same title was also made in 1947 (as per note in HFGK-Vol-VI), however no songs from this movie seem to be available as of now.

In the movie this song happens to be on the ‘suhaag raat’ of Anant Nag and Rekha. When I listened to this song for preparation of this post I remember to have listen it somewhere earlier but I had forgotten it. This song is nice duet and as mentioned above in the movie it is on the ‘milan ki raat’ where the newlywed couple sings this song. And for that matter I think this song is for all couples even if they are not ‘just newly wed’, they can enjoy it on anniversary or anniversaries or even on the ‘silver –jubilee’ of their marriage 🙂 . The song is sung by my favourite singers Asha Bhonsle and Bhupinder Singh.

It is unbelievable that twenty five years have passed since our beloved RD Burman has left us in 1994. He left us in January 1994. I was posted at Kota then. I got married in June (on his birth anniversary) and I remember the first Hindi movie me and wife watched together at Kota was ‘1942 – A Love Story’. . .

Once again thanking Pancham Da for the lovely, beautiful, exciting music and moments its music has given to us. Let us now enjoy today’s song. With this song the movie ‘Mangalsutra’ (1981) makes its debut on the blog.

Video

Audio

Song – Raat Banoon Main Aur Chaand Bano Tum  (Mangalsutra) (1981) Singer – Bhupinder Singh, Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Nida Fazli, MD – RD Burman
Bhupinder + Asha Bhosle

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)

hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm
ho ho oo oo

raat banoon main
aur chaand bano tum
deep banoon main
aur jyot bano tum
kuchh na sunoon main
kuchh na kaho tum
aao baahon mein aao

raat banoon main
aur chaand bano tum
deep banoon main
aur jyot bano tum
kuchh na sunoon main
kuchh na kaho tum
aao baahon mein aao o
raat banoon main
aur chaand bano tum

naya naya main hoon
nayi nayi tum
yoonhi naa kho jaaye raat
anjaani raahon ke raahi hai hum
chhoote na haathon se haath
naya naya main hoon
nayi nayi tum
yoonhi na kho jaaye raat
anjaani raahon ke raahi hai ham
chhoote na haathon se haath
jaaun jahaan main saath chalo tum
aao baahon mein aao

chaand banoon main
aur raat bano tum
jyot banoon main
aur deep bano tum
kuchh na sunoon main
kuchh na kaho tum
aao baahon mein aao o
chaand baoon main
aur raat bano tum

aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa

tum se hi tan hai
tum se hi mann
dil mein chhupaa lo mujhe ae
baahon mein le ke mere sanam
mujh se churaa lo mujhe
tum se hi tan hai
tum se hi mann
dil mein chhupaa lo mujhe ae ae
baahon mein le ke mere sanam
mujh se churaa lo mujhe
neend banoon main
aur khwaab bano tum
aao baahon mein aao o

raat banoon main
aur chaand bano tum
aa aa
deep banoon main
aur jyot bano tum
aa aa
kuchh naa sunoon main
kuchh naa kaho tum
aao baahon mein aao o

laa laa laa
laa laa laa aa

ho jab se basi ho aankhon mein tum
aa haa
lagti hai duniyaa haseen
aa
o main hoon safar meri manzil tum
tum jo nahin main nahin ee
ho jab se basi ho aankhon mein tum
aa aa
lagti hai duniyaa haseen
o main hoon safar meri manzil tum
tum jo nahin main nahin ee
rang banoon main
maang bharo tum
aao baahon mein aao
chaand banoon main
aur raat bano tum
deep banoon main
aur jyot bano tum
kuchh na sunoon main
kuchh na kaho tum
aao baahon mein aao o
aao baahon mein aao o
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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हम्म हम्म हम्म
हम्म हम्म हम्म
हो हो ओ
रात बनूं मैं
और चाँद बनों तुम
दीप बनूं मैं
और ज्योत बनो तुम
कुछ ना सुनूं मैं
कुछ ना कहो तुम
आओ बाहों में आओ
रात बनूं मैं
और चाँद बनों तुम
दीप बनूं मैं
और ज्योत बनो तुम
कुछ ना सुनूं मैं
कुछ ना कहो तुम
आओ बाहों में आओ ओ
रात बनूं मैं
और चाँद बनों तुम

नया नया मैं हूँ
नयी नयी तुम
यूंही ना खो जाए रात
अनजानी राहों के राही है हम
छूटे ना हाथों से हाथ
नया नया मैं हूँ
नयी नयी तुम
यूंही ना खो जाए रात
अनजानी राहों के राही है हम
छूटे ना हाथों से हाथ
जाऊं जहां मैं साथ चलो तुम
आओ बाहों में आओ

चाँद बनूं मैं
और रात बनो तुम
ज्योत बनूं मैं
और दीप बनो तुम
कुछ ना सुनूं मैं
कुछ ना कहो तुम
आओ बाहों में आओ ओ
चाँद बनूं मैं
और रात बनो तुम

आ आ आ
आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ

तुम से ही तन है
तुम से ही मन
दिल में छुपा लो मुझे ए
बाहों में ले के मेरे सनम
मुझसे चुरा लो मुझे
तुम से ही तन है
तुम से ही मन
दिल में छुपा लो मुझे ए
बाहों में ले के मेरे सनम
मुझसे चुरा लो मुझे
नींद बनूं मैं
और ख्वाब बनो तुम
आओ बाहों में आओ ओ

रात बनूं मैं
और चाँद बनों तुम
आ आ 
दीप बनूं मैं
और ज्योत बनो तुम
आ आ 
कुछ ना सुनूं मैं
कुछ ना कहो तुम
आओ बाहों में आओ ओ

ला ला ला
ला ला ला आ


हो जबसे बसी हो आँखों में तुम
आ हा 
लगती है दुनिया हसीन

ओ मैं हूँ सफर मेरी मंजिल तुम
तुम जो नहीं मैं नहीं ई

हो जबसे बसी हो आँखों में तुम
आ आ
लगती है दुनिया हसीन
ओ मैं हूँ सफर मेरी मंजिल तुम
तुम जो नहीं मैं नहीं ई

रंग बनूं मैं
मांग भरो तुम
आओ बाहों में आओ
चाँद बनूं मैं
और रात बनो तुम

दीप बनूं मैं
और ज्योत बनो तुम
कुछ ना सुनूं मैं
कुछ ना कहो तुम
आओ बाहों में आओ ओ

आओ बाहों में आओ ओ
हम्म हम्म हम्म हम्म हम्म

 


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 :

3934 Post No. : 15008 Movie Count :

4110

Hullo Atuldom

We are now into the 15000s. Atulji and his bandwagon have taken a fresh Guard (cricket language) as Sunny Gavaskar used to say when he began his stint as a commentator. He used to say that after every 50,100, 150, 200 etc. it is advisable for the batsman to take a fresh guard as it helps in restoring focus on the goal or job at hand. We at ASAD, never loose our focus, posting songs with regularity of at least one per day; explaining the name of the blog. It is another matter that ASAD is almost never one-song-a-day, it has been minimum 4-5 songs a day for some years and at times going to about 13 songs in a day.

Remember friends the world is one is the song which started our new series – series 15000s. We have a variety of songs that formed part of the celebration 15000- songs of the happy, melancholic, naughty, and party genre. We are expecting a few more posts that Sudhir ji (Atul ji’s trusted lieutenant) will add to our already existing khazaana. Till such time the blog moves on with one more birthday song.

Today a sweet looking, baby faced heroine turns a year older. And it is hard to believe she turns 71. So suddenly she goes into the category of stalwarts, senior actress etc. She has been acting since 1967 – almost fifty two years. She started her career in Bengali movies with ‘Balika Badhu’ (1967 release) as her debut movie. Subsequently she married Jayanta Mukherjee and that made her the bahu of the Hemant Kumar. I am talking of Moushumi Chatterjee of the brilliant smile that showed a crooked tooth which only added to her charm.

She has been the leading lady of all the heroes of Bollywood in her time from her debut hero Vinod Mehra to Raj Babbar of the next lot of actors. She has played Bhabhi to Mithun and wife to Anupam Kher too in latter part of her career. She last appeared in Piku as aunt to Deepika Padukone and sister in law of Amitabh Bachchan with whom she had romantically paired I the 70s in ‘Manzil’ and ‘Benaam’.

I talked about Moushumi pairing with all major actors of the 70s and 80s, there was one movie where she was paired opposite Farooque Shaikh. Yes, she has also done this unusual pairing. It was in 1987 released Mohan Kavia directed “Mahananda”. The movie was a remake of the Marathi movie of the same name which released in 1984 (I hope I am not wrong in this). The Marathi version was directed by Kay Gee, and had music by Hridaynath Mangeshkar. The cast has Vikram Gokhale, Mohan Agashe, Shashikala etc. The Hindi version has Dr.Shreeram Lagoo, Ashalata, Sulbha Deshpande, Asha Sharma etc. in addition to Moushumi and Farooque Shaikh.

The movie’s title card says it was based on Jaywant Dalvi’s novel of the same name. Asha Bhonsle, Lata Mangeshkar, Usha Mangeshkar, Manas Mukherjee and Ghanshyam Vaswani were the playback singers for songs penned by Nida Fazli, Yogesh, Kapil Kumar and Inderjeet Hasanpuri and Manas Mukherjee was the music composer. The movie was mostly shot in Konkan and Goa. Moushumi looked pretty in those typical Maharashtrian sarees. Farooque Shaikh plays an English professor. I think the movie touched upon the Devadasi system that was prevalent in many parts of Karnataka, Maharashtra and Goa. I have seen the Marathi version on Doordarshan a long time back don’t recollect having seen in Hindi.

I remember seeing her in an episode of the Doordarshan programme ‘Phool Khile Hain Gulshan Gulshan’ which used to be hosted by Tabassum where she showed how she could switch easily between laughing wildly to crying tearfully in an instant without the use of glycerin (the standard aid to induce tears in movies back then).

How can one forget her comedy scenes with Sanjeev Kumar in ‘Itni Si Baat’ and ‘Angoor’? Today’s song shows her in a different mood. It is a song with the unusual pairing of Farooque Shaikh with Moushumi. The female voice seems to be of Usha Mangeshkar and the male voice could either be Ghanshyam Vaswani or Manas Mukherjee (need help in recognising the voices). This song is written by Nida Fazli.

[Editor note:According to HFGK, the singers are Usha Mangeshkar and Bhupendra. But Peevesie’s mom, based on the credits, feels that the singer is Ghanshyam Vaswani or Manas Mukherji.]

Here is wishing our cute Moushumi Chatterjee a healthy and happy Birthday


Song – Mere tere naam naye hain dard puraana hai (Mahaananda) (1987) Singers – Usha Mangeshkar, Ghanshyam Vaswaani, Lyrics – Nida Fazli, MD – Manas Mukherji
Usha Mangeshkar + Ghanshyam Vaswaani

Lyrics

mere tere naam naye hain
dard puraana hai
yeh dard puraana hai
ho mere tere naam naye hain
dard puraana hai
yeh dard puraana hai
tez hawaaon ke jhonkon mein
deep jalaana hai
deep jalaana hai

yeh dard puraana hai
ho o mere tere naam naye hain
dard puraana hai
ye hdard puraana hai

aansoo har yug ka apraadhi
har aangan ka chor
aansoo har yug ka apraadhi
har aangan ka chor
koi na thamein daaman iska
ghoome chaaron oar
ghoome chaaron oar
hoo goongi hai sansaar kachahri
andha thaana hai

yeh dard puraana hai
ho mere tere naam naye hain
dard puraana hai
yeh dard puraana hai

jo jee chaahe woh mil jaaye
aisa kab hota hai
jo jee chaahe woh mil jaaye
aisa kab hota hai
bistar bistar pyaar bichaaye
samjhauta sota hai
samjhauta sota hai
ho basti hoya jangal sabka
ek fasaana hai
ye dard puraana hai
tez hawaaon ke jhonkon mein
deep jalaana hai
deep jalaana hai

yeh dard puraana hai
ho o mere tere naam naye hain
dard puraana hai
yeh dard puraana hai

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir Kapur)
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मेरे
तेरे
नाम नए हैं
दर्द पुराना है
ये दर्द पुराना है
हो ओ मेरे तेरे नामे नए हैं
दर्द पुराना है
ये दर्द पुराना है
तेज़ हवाओं के झोंकों में
दीप जलाना है
दीप जलाना है
ये दर्द पुराना है
हो ओ मेरे तेरे नामे नए हैं
दर्द पुराना है
ये दर्द पुराना है

आँसू हर युग का अपराधी
हर आँगन का चोर
आँसू हर युग का अपराधी
हर आँगन का चोर
कोई ना थामे दामन इसका
घूमे चारों ओर
घूमे चारों ओर
हो ओ गूंगी है संसार कचहरी
अंधा थाना है
ये दर्द पुराना है
हो ओ मेरे तेरे नामे नए हैं
दर्द पुराना है
ये दर्द पुराना है

जो जी चाहे वो मिल जाये
ऐसा कब होता है
जो जी चाहे वो मिल जाये
ऐसा कब होता है
बिस्तर बिस्तर प्यार बिछाये
समझौता सोता है
समझौता सोता है
हो ओ बस्ती हो या जंगल सबका
एक फसाना है
ये दर्द पुराना है
तेज़ हवाओं के झोंकों में
दीप जलाना है
दीप जलाना है
ये दर्द पुराना है
हो ओ मेरे तेरे नामे नए हैं
दर्द पुराना है
ये दर्द पुराना है


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Blog Day : 3869 Post No. : 14887

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2009-19) – Song No. 7
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On this day ten years ago (viz on 20 february 2009), six songs from six different movies were presented. Four of these movies have since been YIPPEED in the blog. Of the remaining two movies, one is from 1938 and another is from 1983. The 1938 movie (Shreet Singer) has two songs left to be covered and these songs are not available as far as I am aware.

So that leaves us with the 1983 movie viz “Sweekaar Kiya Maine” as the only eligible movie for our blog 10 year challenge.

“Sweekar Kiya Maine” (1983) was produced by S M Kothari and directed by Zaheer D Lari. The movie had Shabana Azmi, Vinod Mehra, Prema Narayan, Madan Puri etc in it. This movie was a remake of 1954 movie “Adhikaar” with Kishore Kumar and Usha Kiran in title roles. In “Sweekar Kiya Maine” (1983), Vinod Mehra and Shabana Azmi play the same roles.

“Adhikaar”(1954) is already YIPPEED in the blog. Curiously, Kishore Kumar sang a duet song Kamaata hoon bahut kuchh with Geeta Dutt, and in “Sweekaar Kiya Maine”(1983), he sang the same song again- this time with Asha Bhonsle. This duet is not yet covered in the blog.

So far, three songs from “Sweekaar Kiya Maine”(1983) have been covered in the blog. Ten years ago on this day, the blog presented a song, Chaand ke paas jo sitaara hai. Today, ten years later, here is another song from the movie. This song is sung by Lata. Nida Fazli is the lyricist. Music is composed by Usha Khanna.

This song is picturised on Shabana Azmi as a stage performance song.

Audio (Full)

Video

Song-Pyaar to sapna hai dard hi apna hai(Sweekaar Kiya Maine)(1983) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Nida Fazli, MD-Usha Khanna

Lyrics

pyaar to sapna hai
dard hi apna hai
pyaar to sapna hai
dard hi apna hai
neend jahaan khulti hai
khwaab pighal jaate hain
dard wohi rehta hai
naam badal jaate hain
pyaar to sapna hai
dard hi apna hai
pyaar to sapna hai
dard hi apna hai
neend jahaan khulti hai
khwaab pighal jaate hain
dard wohi rehta hai
naam badal jaate hain
pyaar to sapna hai
dard hi apna hai
pyaar to sapna hai
dard hi apna hai

muskraana to gham chhupaana hai
har khushi door ka taraana hai
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa
muskraana to gham chhupaana hai
har khushi door ka taraana hai
hosh ki raahon mein
dil hi deewaana hai
hosh ki raahon mein
dil hi deewaana hai ae ae
pyaar to sapna hai
dard hi apna hai
pyaar to sapna hai
dard hi apna hai

koi rishta na koi bandhan hai
har hansi aansuon ki chilman hai
koi rishta na koi bandhan hai
har hansi aansuon ki chilman hai
phool hain daaman mein
aankhon mein saawan hai
phool hain daaman mein
aankhon mein saawan hai
pyaar to sapna hai
dard hi apna hai
pyaar to sapna hai
dard hi apna hai

jo bhi dil ke kareeb aata hai ae
zakhm ban ke sada sataata hai
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
jo bhi dil ke kareeb aata hai ae
zakhm ban ke sada sataata hai
geet jo gaata hai
gham ko behlaata hai
geet jo gaata hai
gham ko behlaata hai ae ae ae ae
pyaar to sapna hai
dard hi apna hai
pyaar to sapna hai
dard hi apna hai
neend jahaan khulti hai
khwaab pighal jaate hain
dard wohi rehta hai
naam badal jaate hain
pyaar to sapna hai
dard hi apna hai
pyar to sapna hai
dard hi apna hai


This article is written by Peevesi’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 : 3822 Post No. : 14822

Hullo to all of Atuldom 🙂

At the outset I must wish all the followers of Atulsongaday a happy and music-filled 2019.

January 4th is one of the dates for which I just have to write a song, with or without a post. How can I miss remembering our very own R D Burman- not that we can escape his music on other days, right? Every second song that plays in our mind would invariably be a Pancham composition specially if we have grown up in the 70s or 80s. Even those who subscribe to the view that the music of the 70s or the later years was not a patch on the music of the golden era would grudgingly say they love “chura liya hai tumne jo dil ko”; “mere naina saawan bhadon”; “kya hua tera waada”; “jis gali mein tera ghar na ho balama”; “abhi toh haath mein jaam hai” or “zindagi hai khel koi pass koi fail”. So, there is no escape from Panchamda or R D Burman and you have a song by him for any genre, mood occasion etc.

Panchamda’s music has helped the careers of so many actors and actresses; launched a few star kids and most often it used to be songs written by Majrooh or Anand Bakshi. But today I found an RD song written by Nida Fazli. I have been hearing and humming it since I had heard it for the first time in the 80s and for some reason presumed that it was written by Anand Bakshi (so much for my so-called knowledge about movies and HFM).

One of the reasons for my presumption could be that the hero of the movie was Randhir Kapoor. But that is also a misplaced assumption, as the scene stealer in the movie is or was Sanjeev Kumar and in a double-role too.

So here is the song from the 1981 RK Film’s (another assumption bursts here, all these years I thought Randhir Kapoor was the producer, turns out to be Raj Kapoor) “Biwi ‘o’ Biwi” directed by Rahul Rawail. This movie had all songs except one by Nida Fazli i.e. 5 out of 6 was by Nida and the last one by Vitthalbhai Patel. RD used Kishore Kumar, Mohd. Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar and Asha Bhonsle for playback. Today’s song is by Kishore Kumar on Randhir Kapoor who is seen romancing Poonam Dhillon in front of all her friends which is headed by Prema Narayan.

I was trying to visualise how he would have looked today- at 80- if he had not left us all those years ago. He didn’t even wait to enjoy the success of “1942 a love story”. But I don’t want to push the readers’ mind into sadness as a song composed by RD or Panchamda- as people loved to call him – has always had the ability to bring the listener on to the dance floor.


Song-Sadiyon se duniya mein yahi to kissa hai (Biwi O Biwi)(1981) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Nida Fazli,MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

sadiyon se duniya mein yahi to kissa hai
sadiyon se duniya mein yahi to kissa hai
ek hi toh ladki hai
ek hi toh ladka hai
jab bhi yeh mil gaye
pyaar ho gaya
sadiyon se duniya mein yahi to kissa hai
ek hi toh ladki hai
ek hi toh ladka hai
jab bhi yeh mil gaye
pyaar ho gaya

mohan ki raadha hai,
majnu ki hai laila
har yug mein lagta hai
dilwaalon ka mela
mohan ki raadha hai,
majnu ki hai laila
har yug mein lagta hai
dilwaalon ka mela
ek se do huye
pyaar ho gaya
arre sadiyon se duniya mein yahi to kissa hai
ek hi toh ladki hai
ek hi toh ladka hai
jab bhi yeh mil gaye
pyaar ho gaya

patthar ki masjid ho
ya chaandi ki moorat
duniya mein pyaar bina koi nahin teerath
patthar ki masjid ho
ya chaandi ki moorat
duniya mein pyaar bina koi nahin teerath
dil se dil jab mile pyaar ho gaya
sadiyon se duniya mein yahi to kissa hai
ek hi toh ladki hai
ek hi toh ladka hai
jab bhi ye mil gaye
pyaar ho gaya

saagar ki oar chale
nadiya ghoonghat khole
bhanwara bhi kaliyon ke aage-peechhe dole
saagar ki oar chale
nadiya ghoonghat khole
bhanwra bhi kaliyon ke aage-peechhe dole
faasle kam huye
pyaar ho gaya
sadiyon se duniya mein yahi to kissa hai
ek hi toh ladki hai
ek hi toh ladka hai
jab bhi yeh mil gaye
pyaar ho gaya

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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सदियों से दुनिया में
ये ही तो किस्सा है

सदियों से दुनिया में
ये ही तो किस्सा है
एक ही तो लड़की है
एक ही तो लड़का है
जब भी ये
मिल गए
प्यार हो गया
सदियों से दुनिया में
ये ही तो किस्सा है
एक ही तो लड़की है
एक ही तो लड़का है
जब भी ये
मिल गए
प्यार हो गया

मोहन की राधा है
मजनू की है लैला
हर युग में लगता है
दिलवालों का मेला
मोहन की राधा है
मजनू की है लैला
हर युग में लगता है
दिलवालों का मेला
एक से
दो हुये
प्यार हो गया
अरे सदियों से दुनिया में
ये ही तो किस्सा है
एक ही तो लड़की है
एक ही तो लड़का है
जब भी ये
मिल गए
प्यार हो गया

पत्थर की मस्जिद हो
या चाँदी की मूरत
दुनिया में प्यार बिना
कोई नहीं तीर्थ
पत्थर की मस्जिद हो
या चाँदी की मूरत
दुनिया में प्यार बिना
कोई नहीं तीर्थ
दिल से दिल
जब मिले
प्यार हो गया
सदियों से दुनिया में
ये ही तो किस्सा है
एक ही तो लड़की है
एक ही तो लड़का है
जब भी ये
मिल गए
प्यार हो गया

सागर की ओर चले
नदिया घूँघट खोले
भँवरा भी कलियों के
आगे पीछे डोले
सागर की ओर चले
नदिया घूँघट खोले
भँवरा भी कलियों के
आगे पीछे डोले
फासले कम हुये
प्यार हो गया
सदियों से दुनिया में
ये ही तो किस्सा है
एक ही तो लड़की है
एक ही तो लड़का है
जब भी ये
मिल गए
प्यार हो गया


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