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Blog Day :

4196 Post No. : 15379 Movie Count :

4240

Missing Films of 1960s – 114
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“Khoon Ka Khoon”(1966) was directed by Kamran for K F Films, Bombay. This stunt movie had Dara Singh Randhawa, Nishi, Tiwari, Shyamkumar, Sunder, Kamal Mehra etc in it.

This forgotten movie had five forgotten songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Khoon Ka Khoon”(1966) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Lata. S H Bihari is the lyricist. Music is composed by Usha Khanna.

Only the audio of the song is available. My guess is that this song was lip syncved by Nishi for the benefit of Dara Singh.

I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of the song.

With this song, “Khoon Ka Khoon”(1966) makes its debut in the blog.

On another note, Lata Mangeshkar had sung songs in 49 movies of 1966. With this song, all 49 movies released in 1966 that had songs sung by Lata Mangeshkar are covered in the blog.

[Ed Note: Realizing that this is/was one of the missing films of 1960s, we are now adding this to that series of songs. This brings the count of this series to 114, the number of films of 1960s that were earlier not represented on our blog.]


Song-Ishaaron hi ishaaron mein samjho (Khoon Ka Khoon)(1966) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-S H Bihari, MD-Usha Khanna

Lyrics

Ishaaron hi ishaaron mein samjho to jaanoon
na main keh sakoongi na tum sun sakoge
ye baaten nahin hotin kehne ki maano
na main keh sakoongi na tum sun sakoge
Ishaaron hi ishaaron mein samjho to jaanoon oon

wo baat jise kehte huye dil sharmaaye
wo baat jise
wo baat jise kehte huye dil sharmaaye
wo baat nahin poochho jo zubaan pe nahin aaye
wo baat nahin poochho jo zubaan pe nahin aaye
haseenon ko kabhi bhi sataane ki na thhaano
na main keh sakoongi na tum sun sakoge
Ishaaron hi ishaaron mein samjho to jaanoon oon

tumhaare hi liye hai meri duniya jawaan
tumhaare hi
tumhaare hi liye hai meri duniya jawaan
haaye kaise ye kahoon main bhala logon mein yahaan
kaise ye kahoon main bhala logon mein yahaan
kahaa jo nahin maine wo sach maano
na main keh sakoongi na tum sun sakoge
Ishaaron hi ishaaron mein samjho to jaanoon oon

Ho jhoothhe mere dil ke iraade to nahin
haaye jhoothhe mere
Ho jhoothhe mere dil ke iraade to nahin
bhhulaane ke liye hain mere waade to nahin
bhhulaane ke liye hain mere waade to nahin
zamaane ko na dekho nazar pehchaano
na main keh sakoongi na tum sun sakoge
Ishaaron hi ishaaron mein samjho to jaanoon oon


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 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 : 4185 Post No. : 15365

“Happy New Year 2020” to all associated with this blog!!!

Welcome all to this post of mine which again is appearing after a gap of almost one month. I would like to describe it as ‘after long gap’ because some of the posts that I already sent missed the ‘bus’ and some which I had already planned to send got delayed because of my journey ‘back to India’ and ‘health issues’ which deprived me from “use of Gadgets’ for few days.
May be this ‘No-mobile, TV, Laptop, two-wheeler treatment’ will continue for some more days but I think that will be under some ‘relaxation’.

Today I am presenting herewith a song from the movie ‘Pyaar Ki Pyaas-1961’. It is a ‘birthday song’ and the reason for this ‘special song’ is the celebration of birthday of our beloved ‘Atulites’ – Peevesie’s Mom ji and Pradeep Raghunathan ji.

I take this opportunity to wish both* of them ‘a very very Happy Birthday’ today and a ‘healthy, peaceful and full-musical life’ ahead. 😊 (*and our supporters who also have their birthday today)

Also, I thought this was the right occasion to resume the pending posts and start my ‘new year’ on the blog.

For this post initially I started looking for a ‘party’ song or ‘get together song’ which was also having ‘dosti, yaari, saalgirah, jashn’ etc in it. I had almost finalized two songs from 1985 and one from 1980 and was still listening to one of them when I came across this ‘simple-cute-lovely’ song which I like very much and I think this is the perfect song for today’s occasion. It is a birthday song where children (I guess from the Orphanage) are celebrating birthday of Honey Irani who has been adopted by Nishi and Shrikant.

The song is a ‘children song’, and I think, it doesn’t matter how much we grow by age in our life we never forget our ‘childhood years’ and the ‘celebration of our birthdays’ in those years.

The growing age, in fact, gives us an opportunity to enrich our life with ‘knowledge, experience, and wisdom’ each year and learning and exploring many new things and celebrate life.
And that does not prevent us of a ‘child-like’ celebration and enjoyment on our birthday.

So, let us enjoy the today’s song …

‘Pyaar Ki Pyaas-1961’ was directed by Mahesh Kaul for ‘Anupam Chitra, Bombay’. It was produced by Pt. Mukhram Sharma and Mahesh Kaul.

N.C. Sippy was the Executive Producer of this movie.

The star cast of this movie includes Honey Irani, Nishi, Shrikant, Manmohan Krishna, David, Manorama, Yashodhara Kathju, Lal Bahadur, Gopi Krishna, Kamal Mehra, Indira Bansal, Kathana, Hayat, Taneja and Dulari.

Story of this movie was written by Pt. Mukhram Sharma Editing was done by R.V. Shrikhande.

HFGK Vol-IV (1961-1970) listed Nine songs from this movie which includes one song in two parts. (Few lines from the today’s song is also repeated at the end of the movie which has not been counted as separate part).

The lyrics of all the songs for this movie were written by Bharat Vyas and music was composed by Vasant Desai.

So far, four songs from this movie have been posted on the blog. Today’s song is the fifth song from this movie to appear on the blog.

It is sung by Children and HFGK mentioned this song as ‘in children’s voice’ and the names of the artists have not been mentioned thereof.

Lyrics are by Bharat Vyas and music is composed by Vasant Desai.

(I have not watched this movie so can’t say much about it and its’ songs. I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on the movie and its songs.).

Once again ‘wishing Peevesie’s Mom ji and Pradeep Raghunathan ji a very Happy Birthday and I hope they too will enjoy this song as I did. 😊

Editor note 1– Today also happens to be the birthday of Mrs Sheela, better half of the author of this article. So we extend a happy birthday greetings to her as well.

Editor’s note 2: The song has a main child voice that sounds like Ranu Mukherjee. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify this voice.

Video
(video)
Video (Part II)

Song-Aaya aaya janamdin aaya (Pyaar Ki Pyaas)(1961) Singer-Child singer, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-Vasant Desai
Chorus

Lyrics

aaya aaya janamdin aaya
aaya aaya janamdin aaya
tum aage badho
oonche din din chadho
tum aage badho
oonche din din chadho

par ye din na jaata bhulaaya
aaya
aaya aaya janamdin aaya
aaya aaya janamdin aaya

cham cham karte jitney taare
cham cham karte jitney taare
utne hi hon baras tumhaare
utne hi hon baras tumhaare
pal pal khilo
jaise chandaa khile
pal pal khilo
jaise chandaa khile

aaj tan man mein aanand chhaaya
aaya
aaya aaya janamdin aaya
aaya aaya janamdin aaya

aaya aaya janamdin aaya
aaya aaya janamdin aaya
tum aage badho
oonche din din chadho
tum aage badho
oonche din din chadho

par ye din na jaata bhulaaya
aaya
aaya aaya janamdin aaya
aaya aaya janamdin aaya

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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आया आया जन्मदिन आया
आया आया जन्मदिन आया
तुम आगे बढ़ो
ऊंचे दिन दिन चढो
तुम आगे बढ़ो
ऊंचे दिन दिन चढो

पर ये दिन ना जाता भुलाया
आया
आया आया जन्मदिन आया
आया आया जन्मदिन आया

चम चम करते जितने तारे
चम चम करते जितने तारे
उतने ही हो बरस तुम्हारे
उतने ही हो बरस तुम्हारे
पल पल खिलो
जैसे चन्दा खिले
पल पल खिलो
जैसे चन्दा खिले

आज तन मन में आनंद छाया
आया
आया आया जन्मदिन आया
आया आया जन्मदिन आया

आया आया जन्मदिन आया
आया आया जन्मदिन आया
तुम आगे बढ़ो
ऊंचे दिन दिन चढो
तुम आगे बढ़ो
ऊंचे दिन दिन चढो

पर ये दिन ना जाता भुलाया
आया
आया आया जन्मदिन आया
आया आया जन्मदिन आया


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 : 3619 Post No. : 14423

Missing Films of 1960s – 75
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‘Thief Of Baghdad’ – a movie that has now became a legend, came to the silver screen almost a hundred years ago, in an era when even Hollywood was still in the silent zone. This archetypal tale adapted from the ‘Tales of a Thousand Nights’ (what we know better as ‘Arabian Nights’), was made into a film by Douglas Fairbanks who wrote the story for the film, produced it and played the lead role. Over the decades, this film has become a seminal benchmark of what fantasy cinema should be. The lavish production was much ahead of its time of the 1920s. In that era, the production cost of the film came to a whopping 1.1 million USD. One has to see to believe the scale of production – towering palaces, fabulous interiors, special effects to blow your mind and a cast of thousands much before Cecil B DeMille put his hand to the camera. This film is available in public domain, and it is a veritable treat to watch.

Over the decades, the film has been remade in Hollywood and also in other parts of the world, sustaining and perpetuating the fantasy of this adorable tale of a petty, brazen, street smart thief whose philosophy in life is “. . . what I like, I take.” His life changes when he sees the sleeping princess and falls in love with her. The plot of the story passes through many twists and turns and magical elements, before the two lovers are joined together. While watching the film, one gets this feeling – haan yes, this is how it happens in the adventure films of Hindi cinema. But the important thing to realize is – here is where it started. This is the original, and what followed are influenced from this one.

In Hindi films, the earliest reference we can garner is a silent film from 1931 – ‘Iraaque Ka Chor’. Although not essentially mentioning Baghdad, and in the absence of any plot details, it is possible that this film follows the Fairbanks original from 1924. Besides the interesting trivia that Baghdad and Basra were probably the only two well known cities of Iraq.

In the era of sound movies, 1934 is the first time this name appears. That year, two films were made – ‘Baghdad Ka Chor’ and ‘Iraaque Ka Chor’. The next in line is the 1946 film ‘Baghdad Ka Chor’, followed again in 1955 by another film of the same name. Then in 1968, we have the Dara Singh starrer ‘Thief Of Baghdad’. In 1977 came another version with the same title, the star cast being led by Shatrughan Sinha, Kabir Bedi and Sulakshana Pandit. In 1978, Kabir Bedi starred in another film by the same name, for TV.

With this song today we bring on board the 1968 film ‘Thief Of Baghdad’. The film is produced by Bohra Brothers and is directed by Shriram. The abbreviated list of actors is Dara Singh, Nishi, Helen, Savita, Jeevankala, P Kailash, BM Vyas, Sheikh, Ravi Kumar, Ram Kumar, Maqbool, Sunanda, Amritrana, Jilani, Sarita Devi, Munshi Munakka, Bijnor, Ramesh Kant, Johnny Whisky, Dilip Dutt, Maruti, Rani, Gani, Mohammed Ali, B Sandow, Gulab, Gaffar, Mansoor, Mohammedali Steelman, Vimla, Khursheed and Saudagar Singh. And we see many of them in the video clip of this song.

The information about the songs in Geet Kosh is indicated as being not complete. It lists 5 songs, with indication that more songs are in the film. The film being available, I checked it and I can identify at least one more song which is not listed in Geet Kosh.

The credits of the film identify two songwriters – Aziz Ghaazi and SH Bihari. The writer of this song is not specifically identified. Music is given by Baldev Nath, which most likely is the same person as Baldev Nath Bali or BN Bali.

This song is a raaj darbaar dance song which is performed by Helen and Rani [Jeevankala]. The singing voice is just one, i.e. Asha Bhosle with the lines being shared by the two dancers on screen.
[Ed Note: Thanks to dear Prakash ji for correcting the identification of the lady dancer accompanying Helen in this song.]

In this screen situation, Nishi is the princess who has fallen in love with Dara Singh, a commoner. Dara Singh and his team is captured and are shown in chains. The scheming Wazir, role played by P Kailash (I need help to identify this actor) has imprisoned the King, and has forced the princess to marry him, given that her father and her lover are both his prisoners. So Nishi and this Wazir are seated in the two throne like chairs, and the dance is being performed for the occasion. As per the storyline of this film, Helen performs the role of Dara Singh’s younger sister.
[Ed Note: Once again thanks to dear Prakash ji for identifying the actor playing the role of the Wazir.]

The video clip shows a number of actors. There are two more men in chains. The one in mustard shirt with chains tied to his wrists (again need help to identify this actor) plays the role of Dara Singh’s younger brother in the film. The third person in chains, wearing a black shirt and with chains around his neck is Sheikh. There is a few other actors shown in momentary close up shots, who are also watching this performance. I request other readers and friends to please help identify them.

So with this song, the 1968 film ‘Thief Of Baghdad’ makes its debut on our blog. That also brings the count of films brought on board through this series now to 75. Wow. Let us see how many more we are able to add in the coming weeks. Working on the home work list that Katie Ben prepared for me, we shall not be hitting the century mark on this series, but I think we will get pretty close. 🙂

 

Song – Humko Bhi Marna Hai, Tumko Bhi Marna Hai  (Thief Of Baghdad) (1968) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – [Unattributed], MD – Baldev Nath

Lyrics

khabrdaar. . .

hoshiyaar. . .

humko bhi marna hai
tumko bhi marna hai

humko bhi marna hai
tumko bhi marna hai
marne se darna kya
jeene ki baaten kar
humko bhi marna hai
tumko bhi marna hai

duniya ke gulshan mein
kaante hazaaron hain
duniya ke gulshan mein
kaante hazaaron hain
kaanton se bachta ja
duniya se daaman bhar
humko bhi marna hai
tumko bhi marna hai

chaahat ki raahon mein
maana ke khatra hai
chaahat ki raahon mein
maana ke khatra hai
phir bhi tu chalta ja
mere ishaaron par
humko bhi marna hai
tumko bhi marna hai

maujon mein rehne de
kashti jawaani ki
maujon mein rehne de
kashti jawaani ki
aata nahin hum ko
marna kinaaron par

humko bhi marna hai
tumko bhi marna hai
marne se darna kya
jeene ki baaten kar
humko bhi marna hai
tumko bhi marna hai

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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खबरदार॰ ॰ ॰

होशियार॰ ॰ ॰

हमको भी मरना है
तुमको भी मरना है

हमको भी मरना है
तुमको भी मरना है
मरने से डरना क्या
जीने की बातें कर
हमको भी मरना है
तुमको भी मरना है

दुनिया के गुलशन में
कांटे हजारों हैं
दुनिया के गुलशन में
कांटे हजारों हैं
काँटों से बचता जा
दुनिया से दामन भर
हमको भी मरना है
तुमको भी मरना है

चाहत की राहों में
माना के खतरे हैं
चाहत की राहों में
माना के खतरे हैं
फिर भी तू चलता जा
मेरे इशारों पर
हमको भी मरना है
तुमको भी मरना है

मौजों में रहने दे
कश्ती जवानी की
मौजों में रहने दे
कश्ती जवानी की
आता नहीं हम को
मारना किनारों पर

हमको भी मरना है
तुमको भी मरना है
मरने से डरना क्या
जीने की बातें कर
हमको भी मरना है
तुमको भी मरना है


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Blog Day : 3517 Post No. : 14128

“Chaar Paise”(1955) was produced and directed by N K Ziri for National Movies, Bombay. The movie had Kishore Kumar, Shyama, Johnny Walker, Agha, Kammo, Nishi, Nazir Kashmiri etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Five songs from the movie have been covered in the past. Here are the details of the five songs that have already figured:-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Badnaam na ho jaaun 3244 23-Nov-10
Tere liye hai pyaar mera 6061 8-Jun-12
Chhan chhan chhan chhan baje rupaiyya naache duniya 11945 23-Mar-16
Maajhi meri naiyya ko jee chaahe jahaan le chal 13296 1-Jun-17
Dil hai nishaana nainon ke teer ka 14124 4-Mar-18

As noted in the past, “Chaar Paise”(1955) was not released, still the prints of the movie are available. The video of the songs of the movie are also available.

Here is the sixth and final song from “Chaar Paise”(1955) to appear in the blog. the song is sung by Lata. Sartaj Rahmani is the lyricist. Music is composed by B D Burman.

Picturisation shows that it is a roothhna-manaana song with roles reversed. Here Kishore Kumar is sulking and the lady is trying her best to appease Kishore Kumar, with her singing accompanied by dancing, of course.

The lady is not Shyama, so going by the cast, I guess her to be Nishi. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify her.

It is a delightful sulking-appeasing song, and if I understand the mechanism of such songs correctly that Kishore Kumar would respond favourably by the time the song ends. 🙂

With this song, “Chaar Paise”(1955) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Shamma parwaana shamma parwaana (Chaar Paise)(1955) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Sartaj Rahmani, MD-B D Burman

Lyrics

shamma parwaana
shamma parwaana
ho
shamma parwaana aa
ek deewaani
ek deewaana
shamma parwaana
shamma parwaana
ho shamma parwaana aa
ek deewaani
ek deewaana
shamma parwaana

dil ki lagi jab aag lagaaye
tan man sab jal jaaye ae
tan man sab jal jaaye
dil ki lagi jab aag lagaaye
tan man sab jal jaaye
raakh to saari mehfil dekhe
raaz na koi paaye
raaz na koi paaye
duniya mein hai paagal premi
duniya se begaana
ek deewaani ee
ek deewaana
shamma parwaana

jiska saajan roothh gaya ho
aakar prem dwaare
aakar prem dwaare
jiska saajan roothh gaya ho
aakar prem dwaare
vo dukhiyaari preet ki maari
ro ro rain guzaare
ro ro rain guzaare
roz sunaaya jaata hai
ye dard bhara afsaana aa
ek deewaani
ek deewaana
shamma parwaana

khel samajh kar prem se khele
duniya phir pachhtaaye ae
duniya phir pachhtaaye
khel samajh kar prem se khele
duniya phir pachhtaaye
khel nahin ye prem hai pagle
jaan bhi ismein jaaye
jaan bhi ismein jaaye
donon mohabbat karne waale
dete hain nazraana
ek deewaani
ek deewaana
shamma parwaana
shamma parwaana
ho
shamma parwaana aa
ek deewaani
ek deewaana
shamma parwaana


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‘Pyaar Ka Bandhan’ (1963) has a total of seven songs (including one multiple version song). Out of these seven songs five songs have already been posted on the blog.
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“Baadshah” (1964) was directed by Chandrakant Gaud for Navkala Niketan, Bombay. the movie had Dara Singh, Nishi, Tiwari, Kumari Rani, Keshav, Raja Haksar, Radheshyam, Kumud Tripathi, Uma Khosla, Mumtaz Begam, Rafiq Sultana, Sheila Devi, Shamina, Shanta Hiranandani etc in it.
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“Vallah Kya Baat Hai”(1962) was produced and directed by Hari Walia for Nitie Pictures, Bombay. This movie had Shammi Kapoor, Bina Roy, Nishi Kohli, Mumtaz, K.N.Singh, Tuntun, Maruti Rao, Mohan Choti, Abhi Bhattacharya, Anant Apte(Introducing), Raja, Munshi Munaqqa, Nag Paul, Jankidass, Rajen Kapoor, Edwina(dancer), Moolchand, Nazir Kashmiri etc in it.
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The last two weeks of December are usually relatively busy weeks for me. I say “relatively” only in the context of the rest of the year for me, which is reasonably relaxed. My generally lazy nature gets a thorough jolt and wake-up call, in these last two weeks.
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“Dark Street”(1961) was directed by Naresh Saigal for Shankar movies. The movie had Ashok Kumar, Nishi, K N Singh, Iftekhar, Anoop Kumar, Amirbai Karnataki etc in it.
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“Main Nashe Mein Hoon”(1959) was directed by Naresh Saigal. The movie had Raj Kapoor, Mala Sinha, Nishi, Mubarak, Dhumal, Leela Chitnis, Ramesh Kapoor, Helen, Maruti, Dinshaw, Nasir Hussain, Jamal, Mahendra, Keshav, Jagdish Sethi, Dilip, Ali Razak, Jai Kumar, Shrivasatava, Sudesh Kumar, Afzal, Poornima etc in it.
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