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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 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 : 3897 Post No. : 14940

The Many Colors of Love #29 – The Covenants of Love
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And so wrote the scribe

kar le dil ka sauda dil se
dil milta hai mushkil se
(‘Yahudi Ki Ladki’, 1957)

The transactions of heart are bound, but by just one covenant – it is the treasures of heart in exchange only for treasures of heart. No other exchange is possible, no other exchange is expected, nothing else in this whole wide world can be traded for the treasures of heart. For those who may want to, or expect to transact this exchange for something else, then they do not understand the true meaning of love.

And this thought brings up this song today. The burden of this song reiterates this maxim –

deta hai dil de
badle mein dil ke
ghe ghe ghe ghe
ghe re saaiba
pyaar mein sauda nahin

For the longest of time, I was under the impression that this song is already posted. And the reason for that is, that the song “Jhooth Bole Kauwwa Kaate” has been around on the blog for almost two years now. Being familiar with the film, one clearly remembers that these two songs are tandem songs, presented on screen one after the other – rather one flows into the next. Yes, true that Geet Kosh lists these two songs separately, but somehow in my mind, I have carried this impression that these two are a single song.

So when I posted the song by Narendra Chancalon 10th March (“Beshaq Mandir Masjid Todo“), and I reviewed the status of this film on our blog, I realized that this song is not yet posted – we are following the Geet Kosh convention. Since the day I have posted “Beshaq Mandir Masjid. . .”, it has been kind of an eagerness within, to see this movie yippeee’d here. Part of that is being surprised that songs of this film are not yet all on here.

This particular song is performed on screen by Premnath and Rishi Kapoor.  We are into about a third of the film. The two young hearts are now committed to each other, beyond any repair. Although not of legal age yet, but they want to get married and be partners for life. Premnath is non-committal, in the sense that he would do whatever makes his daughter happy. Pran, on the other hand, is a calculating and a manipulative person, eyeing this relationship with suspicion. As he sees the intensity of his son’s emotions, he decides to make a manipulative move, in an attempt to drive a wedge between the young lovers.

He asks his son to invite his beloved and her family for dinner. The young man is extremely excited. Not worldly wise as his businessman father, he thinks his father is a great man and is agreeing with his son’s wishes and choice for a life partner. Little does he know what his father has planned.

With this joyful and amiable news, he rushes to his beloved’s home, to present the invite himself. At her place, a fishermen’s neighborhood, another wedding is in progress. The ambiance is celebratory. There is singing and dancing, congratulations and the auspicious throwing of rice – in short, the mood is just right to share the supposedly wonderful news.

Without much preamble, Rishi delivers the invite to Premnath. The latter accepts forthwith with the comment that for his daughter’s happiness, he will gladly bow his head at the door of anyone, but he will never bend his knees. And to explain his comment, he breaks out in this song – that in the matters of love it is only the treasure of the heart which is to be exchanged for another treasure of heart. There is no other bargaining chip in the matters of love. Rishi readily joins in this song – the theme is so easily understood and reflected in his own mind. For him too, love is simply a give and take of the treasures of the heart.

Manna Dey starts this song, giving playback for Premnath. Shailendra Singh joins in for Rishi Kapoor. As always, it is a delight to watch a song in an RK film. The complete scenario and the ambiance are so totally focused on the song, its emotions and its renditions. Midway through the song, Dimple makes an appearance, as she is preparing for the next part of the song – yes, “Jhooth Boley. . .”. She is just there for now, not participating – but her face, her eyes are going along with the song that her beau is singing. The emotions expressed by her are so endearing, so freshly young, as she coyly and silently expresses herself in response to the lines that Rishi is performing. This small interlude is so charming, so. . . so winning. Dimple simply stole a million hearts right here in this song. Yes – you guessed it right, I too was smitten, and was in love. 🙂

One word in the lyrics had intrigued me right from the start. It is the word ‘ghe’, ‘घे’. Over the decades, this word has been presented variously and almost always erroneously. Some lyrics wrote this down as ‘khe’, ‘खे’; other places would write it down as ‘le’, ‘ले’; even today, the hindi-geet-mala web page for this song has actually written it down as ‘khel’, ‘खेल’. Wonder how they got to it, it does not even fit into the rendered metre of this line.

Once the internet was available, I had done the search for this word in Konkani language. Given that the entire scenario was a Goan neighborhood, it was only logical to seek this word in the local lingua. In Konkani, the word ‘ghe’, ‘घे’ means ‘to take’. The expression follows the lines which say

deta hai dil de
badle mein dil ke

And the young man, and the chorus responds with

ghe ghe ghe ghe
ghe re saaiba

saying – hey young man, just take this bargain, take.. take.. take.. take..  Once this meaning is known, the lyrics fall in place so beautifully.

‘Bobby’ is so close to the heart, and I mean the film, and Bobby. It appeals to an age, a mind set, and emotions – that I am never going to grow out of. It is 1973 forever.

And the talisman for life is forever – “प्यार में सौदा नहीं”.

[Editor’s Note: The initial lines of this song, which are in Konkani, have been provided by Dr Pradeep Shetty ji, in his comment below. The line is now added to the lyrics below. Thanks Dr Pradeep ji.]

[Video – Song Reprised at the end of the film.]

Song – Na Chaahoon Sona Chaandi (Bobby) (1973) Singer – Manna Dey, Shailendra Singh, Lyrics – Vithalbhai Patel, MD – Laxmikant Pyaarelal
Chorus

Lyrics

aagey naari
tujya matyancha phoolan paaya saoree
aagey naari
tujya matyancha phoolan paaya saoree

laallallall laa la llallall laa llallall laa
laallallall laa la llallall laa llallall laa

[Dialogue between Premnath and Rishi Kapoor]

na chaahoon sona chandi
na chaahoon heera moti
ye mere kis kaam ke

aaaa aaaaa aaaaaaaa aaaa aaa

na maangu bangla baadi
na maangu ghoda gaadi
ye to hain bas naam ke

aaaaa aaaaaa

deta hai dil de
badle mein dil ke
deta hai dil de
badle mein dil ke
ghe ghe ghe ghe
ghe re saaiba
pyaar mein sauda nahin
ghe ghe ghe ghe

ghe re saaiba
pyaar mein sauda nahin

o lall o lall laa laa
lallal laa laa laa
lallaa laa laa laa laa laa
lallal lallal laa laa

na jaanu mulla qaazi
na jaanu kaaba kaashi
main to hoon prem piyaasa re
mere sapnon ki rani
hogi tum ko hairaani
main to tera deewaana re
deti hai dil de
badle mein dil ke
deti hai dil de
badle mein dil ke
ghe ghe ghe ghe
ghe re saaiba
pyaar mein sauda nahin
ghe ghe ghe ghe
ghe re saaiba
pyaar mein sauda nahin

pyaar mein sauda nahin

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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आगे नारी
तुज्या मात्यांचा फूलाँ पाया साओरी
आगे नारी
तुज्या मात्यांचा फूलाँ पाया साओरी

लाल्लल्लल्ल ला ल ल्लाल्लल्ल ला ल्लाल्लल्ल ला
लाल्लल्लल्ल ला ल ल्लाल्लल्ल ला ल्लाल्लल्ल ला

[प्रेमनाथ और ऋषि कपूर की बात चीत।]

ना चाहूँ सोना चाँदी
न चाहूँ हीरा मोती
ये मेरे किस काम के

आsss आssss आsssssss आsss आss

ना माँगूँ बंगला बाड़ी
ना माँगूँ घोड़ा गाड़ी
ये तो हैं बस नाम के

आssss आsssss

देता है दिल दे
बदले में दिल के
देता है दिल दे
बदले में दिल के
घे घे घे घे घे
घे रे सायबा
प्यार में सौदा नहीं
घे घे घे घे घे

घे रे सायबा
प्यार में सौदा नहीं

ओ लल्ल ओ लल्ल ला ला
लल्लल ला ला ला
लल्ला ला ला ला ला
लल्लल लल्लल ला ला

ना जानूँ मुल्ला क़ाज़ी
ना जानूँ काबा काशी
मैं तो हूँ प्रेम पियासा रे
मेरे सपनों की रानी
होगी तुमको हैरानी
मैं तो तेरा दीवाना रे
देती है दिल दे
बदले में दिल के
देती है दिल दे
बदले में दिल के
घे घे घे घे घे
घे रे सायबा
प्यार में सौदा नहीं
घे घे घे घे घे
घे रे सायबा
प्यार में सौदा नहीं

प्यार में सौदा नहीं

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Blog Day : 3893 Post No. : 14929

This article touches upon “blog ten year challenge (2009-2019)” but this article is not part of that series. It is not possible to post an article in this series Today (16 march 2019), because movies of all the songs (all six of them) that were covered ten years ago (on 16 march 2009) have already been YIPPEED by now. 🙂

This blog ten year challenge (2009-2019) was started to serve some purpose, though we were not fully clear about them.

Let me try and enumerate them one by one.

Revisit movies that have not been revisited for years
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Songs and movies that we covered ten years ago and then forgot about those movies once again get our attention. Take “Sharaabi”(1984) for instance. It was as a result of this series that we realised that this movie, despite being introduced in the blog as far back as in 2009 had only three songs in the blog and that no songs from this movie were covered in the blog since 2012 !

The case of “Do Dishaayen”(1982) was specially remarkable. The movie had three songs in it. Two of these songs were covered on consecutive days on 2 and 3 february 2009 and then we forgot all about this movie. Thanks to this series, the third and final song from the movie got covered ten years after its debut in the blog and the movie got YIPPEED on 3 february 2019.

Likewise, movies like “Gomti Ke Kinaare”(1972) etc got fresh lease of life in the blog as a result of this series.

A fillip to YIPPEE project
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As a result of this series, we found that a few movies whose songs got covered became YIPPEED as well. For instance, when we covered this song from “Sitaaron Se Aage”(1958), this had the added advantage of this movie getting YIPPEED as well.In other case, after we covered a song from a movie, we realised that the movie had one or two songs left and so that movie came under our radar for YIPPYdom.

Bringing back memories
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For some regulars (especially those born in 1960s), this series brought back memories of the past.

A better appreciation of the past
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The blog has evolved over a period of more than ten years. It has changed a lot. The way songs and movies were chosen in the past has undergone a change with time, though all these changes are mostly inadvertent and largely unplanned. Only some other observers can notice any patterns in the song posts of the blog one decade ago.

Mr Sadanand Kamath, our inhouse HFM researcher, who posted an article in the series carried out some indepth research on the way songs were covered ten years ago. He observed that

during July 19, 2008 to December 31, 2008, an overwhelming number of songs covered were of the films released in the 1960s and 70s with few songs from the 1950s and 1980s. However, the representation of songs from the films released in the 1930s and 40s were negligible. For instance, out of 475 songs covered during the period under reference, only 5 songs pertained to the films released in the 1940s – that too the late 1940s. Not a single songs of films released in the 1930s were covered during the period under reference.

These trends were, however, on the expected lines for two reasons. First, Atul ji, considering his age profile at the time of starting of the Blog, has virtually grown up in the midst of popular songs of the films of 1960s and 70s. Obviously, as a ‘start-up venture’ of his Blog, he would have been influenced by such songs. Secondly, and most importantly, even if he intended to cover the songs of the 1930s and 40s, I doubt whether these songs were available in good numbers on the video sharing platforms in 2008. Youtube was set up in 2005 as a video sharing platform. A random browsing of videos on YT gives me an impression that videos of Hindi film songs were uploaded in good numbers only from 2007 onward and the videos of old film songs (1930s and 40s) were getting uploaded mainly from 2009 onward.

The song under discussion is not a “ten year challenge” song, but this song appears here today as a result of this exercise. Another song from this movie “Raja Jani”(1972) was part of the “ten year challenge” post on 5 march 2019. That post triggered all kinds of nostalgic feelings among regulars. This movie “Raja Jani”(1972) had made its debut on the 22nd day of the blog on 9 august 2008 and it was the 22nd post in the blog. By the time the second post from this movie appeared on 5 april 2009, the blog was more than one thousand songs old. The third song from the movie came after a gap of 5800 songs in 4 november 2012. After that there was a big gap of over six years during which this movie was all but forgotten.

It was on 5 march 2019 that the fourth song from “Raja Jani”(1972) was covered as a part of “blog ten year challenge”. It was then that we realised that the movie was another two songs short of being YIPPEED.

One of these two missing songs has subsequently been covered in the blog.

Here are the details of the songs from the movie that have been covered so far:-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Kitna mazaa aa raha hai 22 9-Aug-2008
ABCD chhodo naino se naina jodo 1038 5-Mar-2009
Jaani O Jaani 6948 4-Nov-2012
Aa aa jaa aa jaa kuchh keh jaa kuchh sun jaa 14908 5-Mar-2019
Mubaarak ho tujhe ae dil 14925 14-Mar-2019

Mr Pratap, senior to most of us had watched this movie when it was released. Here is what he has to say about this movie:

I saw the movie when it was released and remember that I enjoyed it mainly due to the songs.

As far as I recall, the story was a standard formula one, Hema Malini is a lost princess, raised by Nadira and earns her living through dances and acrobatics. Dharmendra is the lovable rogue who notices the similarity of Hema with the description of the lost princess in the posters/newspaper ads and thinks up a scheme of passing her off as the princess and get the promised reward. Durga Khote is the grandmother Rajmata who is literally dying for the lost girl. She gladly accepts Hema and soon announces her engagement to the evil Prime Minister Premnath’s still more evil son Prem Chopra. Hema is heartbroken when she learns that Darmendra was using her as a pawn to get the reward and she accepts. Not very original, so you know the rest of the story.

Here is the sixth and final song from “Raja Jani”(1972) to appear in the blog. The song is chronologically the first song of the movie. It is sung by Lata. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

One can watch the picturisation and guess what is going on, in the light of the movie synopsis provided earlier.

In this blog, we first cover a song and then regulars post comment about that song. The song is “special” because this song has received comments about it even before it has been posted. These comments were posted in the penultimate song post of course. For instance, Peevesie’s mom commented that

A song that I love, specially “shanno naam uska” line.
I used to substitute shanno with my name. 😉

With this song, all the songs of “Raja Jani” (1972) have been covered and the movie joins the list of movies that have been YIPPIED in the blog.


Song-Duniya ka mela mele mein ladki (Raja Jaani)(1972) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

duniya ka mela
mele mein ladki
ladki akeli shanno naam uska
duniya ka mela
mele mein ladki
ladki akeli shanno naam uska
gaal uske gulaabi
chaal uski sharaabi
o baabu o laala sabko salaam uska
duniya ka mela
mele mein ladki
ladki akeli shanno naam uska

tauba o meri tauba
karte hain sab ishaare
tauba o meri tauba
kiski taraf vo dekhe
aashiq hai uske saare
kiski taraf vo dekhe
o o o
sabki aankho me baske
sabko dekhe vo has ke
sabka dil bahlaana jo thahra kaam uska
duniya ka mela
mele mein ladki
ladki akeli shanno naam uska

kahte hain log uski
jaadu bhari hai baaten
kahte hain log uski
aankhon mein har kisi ki
katne lagi hai raaten
aankhon mein har kisi ki
o o o
neend uski udaaye
chain uska churaye
aaj kal shahar mein hai charcha aam uska
duniya ka mela
mele mein ladki
ladki akeli shanno naam uska

dekho to ek tamaasha
ye khoob ban gaya hai
dekho to ek tamaasha
har ek us haseen ka
mahboob ban gaya hai
har ek us haseen ka
o o o
koi aankhen bichaaye
naaz koi uthaaye
jaise har ik deewaana hai
ghulaam uska
duniya ka mela
mele mein ladki
ladki akeli shanno naam uska
gaal uske gulaabi
chaal uski sharaabi
o baabu o laala sabko salaam uska
duniya ka mela
mele mein ladki
ladki akeli shanno naam uska


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 : 3825 Post No. : 14828

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 77 # Reena Roy’s Birth Anniversary #
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In my growing years, in the seventies, Hema Malini was the leading name among the actresses in the Hindi movies and she ruled the ‘screen’ in those years 1971-1980 and extended thereafter till 1986 if we can consider it.

During those years there were many other heroines on the Hindi Movie scene who lit up the screen with their presence and performances.

One of these names is ‘Reena Roy’, whose growth in her career coincided with the growth of people like me (those born in early seventies) in our lives. She made her debut in the 1972 movie ‘Zaroorat’. A year or more later in 1973 came her sizzling dance number ‘ab ke saawan mein jee darey’ in ‘Jaise Ko Taisa’ with actor Jeetendra’.

In 1975 one of her song from ‘Zakhmee’ ‘jalta hai jiya mera bheegi bheegi raaton mein’ with Rakesh Roshan also got some popularity.

Till 1976 she had acted in about twelve movies (as per her ‘filmography’ on ‘wiki’).

In 1976 there were six movies of her released viz. ‘Sangram’, ‘Gumraah’,’Barood’, ‘Naagin’, ‘Kaalicharan’ and ‘Udhar Ka Sindoor’.

With her role in ‘Naagin-1976’ she rose to the top and with the success of ‘Kaalicharan’ her pairing with Shatrughan Sinha became popular and both of them acted in many films thereafter.
She was nominated in the ‘best actress’ category for her role in ‘Naagin-1976’ which she lost to Rakhee in ‘Tapasya’. After ‘Nagin-1976’ she was nominated in the ‘best actress’ category for her role in the ‘1980 movie – Aasha’ which she lost again, this time to Rekha for her role in ‘Khoobsurat’.

In between she was declared winner of the ‘Filmfare’ award in the ‘best supporting actress’ category for her role in ‘Apnaapan -1977’ which she did not accepted citing the reason that the role in ‘Apnaapan’ was not a supporting role but was like a ‘lead role’.

For me, I would say that I liked her performances in all the movies that I have watched of her so far. I remember ‘Naagin-1976’, ‘Badalte Rishtey-1978’, ‘Jaani Dushman-1979’,’Yaari Dushmani-1979’,’Be-reham-1980’, then ‘Naseeb’, ‘Rocky’, ‘Dhanwan’, ‘Pyaasa Saawan’ – all of 1981.

After that as a grown-up boy I watched her in ‘Main Intaqaam Loonga’, ‘Dard Ka Rishta’, ‘Sanam Teri Kasam’ in 1982, and ‘Andhaa Kaanoon’. (In 1982 as many as fourteen of her movies were released (as per wikipedia)).

Then I watched her ‘Naukar Biwi Ka’ in 1983, ‘Raaj Tilak’, ‘Asha Jyoti’, in 1984 (I vaguely remember to have watched her ‘Intehaa-1984’ with Raj Babbar).
I watched ‘Baghaawat’ in 1985-86 and ‘Karmyogi-1978’ on video cassette around 1990 but do not remember it now.

‘Aasha-1980’ I watched on TV sometime around 1990-91 I think and ‘Kaalicharan-1976’ around 1999 on TV.
Well, I still have to watch many of her famous movies like ‘Arpan’, ‘Ghulami’, ‘Gautam Govinda’, ‘Jwaalamukhi’, ‘Vishwanath’ (I think I watched it in parts on some tv channel) and many others.

Today let us watch a song from the 1978 movie ‘Vishwanaath’ performed by Reena Roy on screen. I didn’t get to watch this movie and vaguely remember of watching some of its parts on ‘TV’, as mentioned above, may be some years back. (However, I sincerely wish to watch it now as and when possible.)

So far two songs of this movie have been posted on the blog and one ‘jab jab jo jo hona hai’ with a ‘passionate’ and ‘interesting’ post by our Santosh Ojha ji and other one ‘hawa se halki hoon aaj’ by Atul ji with the contribution coming from Prakash ji.

I would request readers to go through this post ‘jab jab jo jo hona hai’ too to get a ‘feel’ of this wonderful movie of the ‘seventies’.

“Vishwanaath-1978” was directed by Subhash Ghai for ‘Ramayan Chitra’, Bombay’.

It had Shatrughan Sinha, Reena Roy, Premnath, Pran, Rita Bhaduri, Madan Puri, Sulochana, Iftikhar, Jagdish Raj, Randhir, Sapru, Yusuf Khan, Viju Khote, Sudhir, Madhu Chauhan, Keshav Rana, Suresh Desai, and Ashok Khanna.

Parikshit Sahni, Rakesh Pande, Lalita Pawar, Mukri, Bharat Bhushan, Satyen Kappu and Ranjeet make a special appearance in this movie.

This movie had total six songs penned by Vitthalbhai Patel- two songs, M.G. Hashmat – one song, Rajkavi Tulsi – one song and Anjan – two songs.

Music for this movie was composed by Rajesh Roshan.

Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar and Manna Dey gave their voices to the songs in this movie.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 13.01.1978.

Today’s song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and written by Anjaan. Music is composed by Rajesh Roshan.

Let us now enjoy this wonderful racy composition by Rajesh Roshan which Reena Roy performs on screen in a ‘villain’s den’. And going by its songs available on YT I think this movie has more than one song in the ‘villain’s den’ song category. Also, I must admit here that I was not aware of this song, few years back, till this post and I came across it while searching for other songs. I don’t even remember if I have heard it earlier somewhere.

As I listened to it many times for the preparation of this post it grew upon me. The composition is something special, I think. And since the preparation of this post I have listened to it many many times now.

Asha Bhonsle’s singing and the tune set to it by Rajesh Roshan no doubt is magical.

The heroine is performing this song in the villain’s den ‘straight way’ challenging him and its music is very much supporting the ‘revengeful’ feelings of the heroine, of course, supported by Shatrughan Sinha and Pran (in disguise). Reena Roy has performed with full zeal and energy on this song.

Today 7th January 2019 is the sixty-second birth anniversary of actress Reena Roy (born on 07.01.1957). Wishing her here a very happy birthday today and a healthy and peaceful life in future, let us now enjoy this wonderful song composed by Rajesh Roshan and written by Anjaan.

Video

Audio

Song-Bibasha aaj karegi manmaani (Vishwanath)(1978) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Rajesh Roshan
Chorus

Lyrics

Bibasha aa aa
Aaj karegi manmaani ee
Bibasha aa
Laa laa laa laa laa laa
Laa laa laa laa laa laa
Aaj karegi manmaani ee

Ho o
Hoga tamaasha betahaasha
Chhedegi aisi kahaani
Haa aa
Bibasha aa
Laa laa laa laa laa laa
Laa laa laa laa laa laa
Aaj karegi manmaani
Bibasha aa
Aaj karegi manmaani

Aa aa aa aa aa
O o o
Kaise beimaani sahe preet deewaani
Meri ho
Kisi ki na maane jab baaghi ho jawaani
Meri ho o
Ghunghroo bajaaun
Aa
Dil ko rijhaaun
Aa
Sab ko nachaaun
Aa
Bas mein na aaun
Mere pass tu na aa mujhe haath na lagaa re ae
Bibasha aa
Laa laa laa laa laa laa
Laa laa laa laa laa laa
Aaj karegi manmaani
Bibasha aa
Aaj karegi manmaani

Allaah hi laa laa
Laa laa laa aa
Aiyee aiyee yaa
Allaah hi laa laa
Laa laa laa aa
Aiyee aiyee yaa

Haa aa
Bibaashaa aa

Ho o bhanware hi bhanware
Pade hain mere pichhe yahaan ho o
Pyaar mein jal jaaye
Jo wo parwaana kahaan
Aankh milaa
Aa
Dil mein samaa
Aa
Parde utthhaa
Aa
Raaz bataa aa
Jo ye pardaa utthhaa
Phir tera hoga kya re ae
Bibasha aa
Laa laa laa laa laa laa
Laa laa laa laa laa laa
Aaj karegi manmaani
Bibasha aa aa
Aaj karegi manmaani

Aaj karegi manmaani ee
Aaj karegi manmaani ee

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Devnagri script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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बिबाषा आ
आज करेगी मनमानी ई
बिबाषा आ
ला ला ला ला ला ला
ला ला ला ला ला ला
आज करेगी मनमानी ई

हो ओ
होगा तमाशा बेतहाशा
छेड़ेगी ऐसी कहानी
हां आ
बिबाषा आ
ला ला ला ला ला ला
ला ला ला ला ला ला
आज करेगी मनमानी ई
बिबाषा आ
आज करेगी मनमानी ई

आ आ आ आ आ
ओ ओ ओ
कैसे बेईमानी सहे प्रीत दीवानी
मेरी हो
किसी की न माने जब बाग़ी हो जवानी
मेरी हो ओ
घुँघरू बजाऊं

दिल को रिझाऊं

सब को नचाऊँ

बस में न आऊँ
मेरे पास तू न आ
मुझे हाथ न लगा रे ए
बिबाषा आ
ला ला ला ला ला ला
ला ला ला ला ला ला
आज करेगी मनमानी ई

अल्लाह ही ला ला
ला ला ला आ
ऐई ऐई या
अल्लाह ही ला ला
ला ला ला आ
ऐई ऐई या

हां आ
बिबाषा आ

हो ओ भंवरे ही भंवरे
पड़े है मेरे पीछे यहाँ हो ओ
प्यारे में जल जाए
जो वो परवाना कहाँ
आँख मिला

दिल में समा

परदे उठा

राज़ बता आ
जो ये पर्दा उठा
फिर तेरा होगा क्या रे ए
बिबाषा आ
ला ला ला ला ला ला
ला ला ला ला ला ला
आज करेगी मनमानी ई
बिबाषा आ आ
आज करेगी मनमानी
आज करेगी मनमानी ई
आज करेगी मनमानी ई


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 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 : 3790 Post No. : 14774

Hullo to Atuldom

At the outset let me wish our friend of Atuldom “A very Happy Birthday” and lotsa of love and joy forever. Let her always be a mystery (paheli); atleast till I meet her personally. But from accounts about her that Sudhirji had once shared on the blog and Atulji’s had written in his post I am very eager to meet her. Till then I will be content with the occasional telephonic chat or WhatsApp masti that we indulge in. Wish you a very Happy Birthday Khyatiji. Have a great day musical day.

“Amir Garib” is a movie I have seen ages back at the time it was released. I have very foggy memory of the contents, only thing I recollect is both Dev Anand and Hema play petty thieves in addition to picking each other’s pockets, and sing the same song one after the other i.e. “soni aur moni ki hai jodiajeeb” has two versions that follow each other in quick succession, in Kishore Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar. Also, I recollect how gorgeous and petite Hema lookedand Dev Anand’s style of dressing, and dancing.

For the plot content I consulted the WIKI and this is what I found :-

The film starts with Mumbai police officials deliberating how to crack a spate of robberies targeting the rich in the city by a masked thief called Bagula Bhagat. Inspector Anand (Sujeet Kumar) is given charge of the case.
Meanwhile, one gets to see musician and singer, Manmohan, alias Moni, working in a hotel owned by Seth Daulatram (Premnath) who is pursued by Sunita aka Soni, a pickpocket, who lives with her foster mother (Sulochana). In fact, Sunita’s rich businessman father died when he was duped by his treacherous manager, Daulatram.

Actually, Bagula Bhagat is Moni in disguise, whose informers (including Birbal and Tuntun) garner information about the misdeeds of unscrupulous traders and businessmen. These then become the target of Bagula Bhagat, who robs them of their riches only to distribute among the poor and the needy. Moni’s heart beats for the ill trodden after a childhood incident, in which his grandfather was killed by a ruthless landowner, who not only belittles him for his poverty, and mocks him about Moni’s mother having been duped by a rich man.

After a series of incidents-some interesting, others outright boring and outlandish Moni and Soni agree to teach Seth Daulatram a lesson for his misdeeds. But before that, Moni comes to know that Soni’s foster mother is actually his mother and that inspector Sujeet Kumar is the fiancé of his foster sister. The film ends after a courtroom drama, in which the judge tries Bagula Bhagat for his misdemeanours. Does the judge take a lenient view of Moni’s plea for rights of the poor? Or is he delivered a harsh punishment?

Lets have this party song today to celebrate our Khyatji’s birthday. It has the normal masala movie setup of a climax song, with the villain (Premnath) bringing in the heroine’s mother (Sulochana) as his hidden trump to thwart the hero and heroine in their mission. We have Ranjeet playing Premnath’s chamcha.

This song also shows Dev Anand in the style he was known for after the advent of colour in movies.

Video

Audio

Song-Kahin janaab ko mera to intzaar nahin (Ameer Ghareeb)(1974) Singers-Lata, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
Both

Lyrics(Based on Audio version)

thha intzar jiska aaa
woh raat aa gayi hai
thha intzaar jiska
woh raat aa gayi hai
dulha miyaan kahaan hai
baaraat aa gayi hai
uljhe huye hain saahib
uljhan ko dhoondhte hain
mehfil mein doston ki ee
dushman ko dhoondhte hain

nashe ka jhonka hai woh
nazar kaa dhokha hai woh
nashe ka jhonka hai woh
nazar kaa dhokha hai woh
huzoor aayega woh zuroor
aayega woh

magar woh dushman e jaan
na aa chuka ho yahaan
magar woh dushman e jaan
na aa chuka ho yahaan
kisi pe kya hai yaqeen
kahin woh main toh nahin
kisi pe kya hai yaqeen
kahin woh main toh nahin
kuchh aitbaar nahin ee
kahin janaab ko mera toh intzaar nahin ee
kahin janaab ko mera toh intzaar nahin
kisi pe kya hai yaqeen
kahin woh main toh nahin
kuchh aitbar nahin
kahin janaab ko mera toh intzaar nahin ee
kahin janaab ko mera toh intzaar nahin

nazar udaas hai kyon
labon pe pyaas hai kyon
nazar udaas hai kyon
labon pe pyaas hai kyon
uthhaaon jaam piyo
usi ke naam piyo
guzarne do yeh ghadi
badi hai raat padi
guzarne do yeh ghadi
badi hai raat padi
ke thhodi der mein woh kahega aake suno
tumhen karaar nahin
kahin janaab ko mera toh intzaar nahin ee
kahin janaab ko mera toh intzaar nahin

aaa
aa aa aa aa aa
yeh ameer aur gareeb
zara se aayen kareeb
yeh ameer aur gareeb
zara se aayen kareeb
toh koyi baat bane
meri baaraat bane
yahi toh soch ke haan
main aa gaya hoon yahaan
yahi toh soch ke haan
main aa gaya hoon yahaan
yeh meri bhool sahi
ghalat asool sahi
main sharmsaar nahin ee
kahin janaab ko mera toh intzaar nahin ee
kahin janaab ko mera toh intzaar nahin

mera jo haal hai abb
kiya hai tumne yeh sab
mera jo haal hai abb
kiya hai tumne yeh sab
tumhaara kaam hai yeh
ke intekaam hai yeh
diya jo toone mujhe
wahi main doongi tujhe
diya jo toone mujhe
wahi main doongi tujhe
yahi hai kaam mera
khizaa hai nam mera
ke main bahaar nahi ee
kahin janaab ko mera toh intzaar nahin ee
kahin janaab ko mera toh intzaar nahin
kisi pe kya hai yaqeen
kahin woh main toh nahin
kuchh aitbaar nahin
kahin janaab ko

mera toh intzaar nahin
kahin janaab ko mera toh intzaar nahin


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 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 : 3778 Post No. : 14757

‘Dhongee’ (censor certificate 23-12-1976), was a movie directed by Ashok Roy and produced by Kant Kumar productions. It seems to have had a delayed release (Wikipedia says it was released 4th May 1979). It has a starcast of Randhir Kapoor, Neetu Singh, Asrani, Sujit Kumar, Farida Jalal, Iftikhar, and Premnath. Rakesh Roshan had a friendly appearance. The lyricist to this movie was Anand Bakshi and music director was Rahul Dev Burman. The movie had five songs and Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar and Amit Kumar were the playback singers. One song of this film – “Haaye Re Haaye Tera Ghunghta” – has been posted earlier, as a contribution by Pamir Harvey where a brief outline of the movie is provided. This song is popular to this day. I remember that sometime in the late 90s or early 2000 there was a remix version to this song which triggered the memory of this song. As I sat to write this post I discovered that there has been another version of this song which has been used in a recent movie titled ‘Paisa Vasool’ (2004) – I don’t know anything about this recent movie.

Continuing after seeing the movie 🙂

So, ‘Dhongee’ is the usual masaala stuff, with a brother (Randhir Kapoor) and sister (Farida Jalal) loving and helping each other with wooing their prospective fathers-in-laws (Raj Mehra and Satyen Kappu). The brother’s aim is to fulfil his ‘dead’ father’s promise to the groom’s father and see that his sister lives a happy married life. On the way to fulfilling this he meets with an accident and ‘dies’. The insurance amount that his sister gets post the brother’s death is used by his fiancée (Neetu Singh) and her father to get the sister married. This is one part of the movie. But it is not even ‘interval time’ in the movie. Now begins the tale. The brother has actually survived the accident, has been unconscious for about 2 months, tended by a Nepali Gurkha – typically named Bahadur; recovers just in time to remember his sister’s wedding date; rushes home to witness the wedding without being seen by anyone. Now he is guilt-ridden that he has cheated the insurance company and is ready to do any activity that will earn him the money to repay the insurance. Here Bahadur steps in, suggests a name and location change & sends him to Nepal. Randhir Kapoor (Anand) is intrigued that random people around Kathmandu recognise him and escort him to a palace. After a few scenes that show the goings-on in the palace it is revealed that the palace is the headquarters for printing fake notes, belongs to Bahadur alias John and Anand has been cleverly sweet-talked into standing-in for the actual John (Premnath – it was the period when he used to play the BADMAN). Additionally, it is also revealed that the ‘dead’ father is a captive in the palace; the fiancée reaches Kathmandu (on duty, being an air-hostess); sees Anand; goes back; reports to the sister and then the whole family comes to help and rescue the father and brother and finish the movie. The songs are spread through the movie with a mandatory dance with the villain – Premnath is made to sing and dance.

Remembering Premnath today on his birth anniversary, he would have been 92. He was already the cute roly-poly fisherman – Braganza (‘Bobby’, 1973)- when I first became aware of the actor. And through the 70s he was Rai Saab Bhupendra Singh (‘Johnny Mera Naam’, 1970) Khan Badshah (‘Shor’, 1972), Dharmdas ‘Dharmatma‘ (‘Dharmatma’, 1975), IG Khanna (‘Kalicharan’, 1976), Sir Juda (‘Karz’, 1980) etc. I don’t remember having seen any of his movies where he had played a hero. I remember my father was a fan of the songs pictured on him in Raj Kapoor’s ‘Barsaat’ (1949) – “Patli Kamar Hai Tirchhi Nazar Hai“; “Main Gareebon Ka Dil Hoon Watan Ki Zabaan” from ‘Aab-e-Hayaat’ (1955) and “Main Raahi Bhatakne Waala Hoon” from ‘Baadal’ (1951). I recently discovered Vodafone Play – an app offered by Vodafone – which has a section dedicated to old movies, and I discovered ‘Saaqi’ (1952) – an interesting Arabian Nights type fantasy film where he co-starred with Madhubala.

Today’s song has Premnath sharing screen space with Randhir Kapoor (his nephew – ‘bhaanja’, in real life) and Neetu Singh, and shaking a leg outside the Kathmandu temple. I think this was a popular song in the past. Amit Kumar is the playback for Premnath.

Song – Rangon Ki Chhaaon Dhoop Mein (Dhongee) (1976) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Kishore Kumar, Amit Kumar, Lyrics – Anand Bakshi, MD – RD Burman

Lyrics

ho o oooo
ooo ooo
ooo ooo

mmmm. . .
usey jaan lo
pehechaan lo

rangon ki chhaon dhoop mein
wo aaya hai naye roop mein
rangon ki chhaon dhoop mein
wo aaya hai naye roop mein
wo hai. . . ek behroopiya
usey jaan lo
pehechaan lo
usey jaan lo oo
pehechaan lo
rangon ki chhaon dhoop mein
woh aaya hai naye roop mein
rangon ki chhaon dhoop mein
wo aaya hai naye roop mein
wo hai. . . ek behroopiya
usey jaan lo
pehechaan lo
usey jaan lo oo
pehechaan lo

jaise koi dulha baandhe sehra
us ke chehre pe hai naqli chehra
hooo ooo
jaise koi dulha baandhe sehra
us ke chehre pe hai naqli chehra
aaaa aaaaa
ab is mein kya raaz hai
poora dhokhebaaz hai
usey jaan lo pehechaan lo
rangon ki chhaon dhoop mein
wo aaya hai naye roop mein
wo hai. . . ek behroopiya
usey jaan lo
pehechaan lo
usey jaan lo oo
pehechaan lo

suljha di aankhon ne dil uljhan
haan haan yahi to hai hum sab ka dushman
he he
suljha di aankhon ne dil uljhan
haan haan yahi toh hai hum sab ka dushman
ooo oooooo
ooo ooo
ooo ooo
ooo ooo
iski sab kahaaniyan
iski hai nishaaniyan
usey jaan lo pehechaan lo
rangon ki chhaon dhoop mein
wo aaya hai naye roop mein
wo hai. . . ek behroopiya
usey jaan lo
pehechaan lo
usey jaan lo oo
pehechaan lo

tum dhongee ho to hum bhi kuchh kam nahin
tum ne jaal bichhaaya hai to gham nahin
he he
tum dhongee ho to hum bhi kuchh kam nahin
tum ne jaal bichhaaya hai to gham nahin
in baaton mein dam nahin
darne waale hum nahi
hamen jaan lo pehechan lo
rangon ki chhaon dhoop mein
main aaya hoon naye roop mein
arey
main hoon. . . ek behroopiya
hamen jaan lo
pehechaan lo
hamen jaan lo
pehechaan lo

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir Kapur)
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हो ओ ओssss
ओsss ओsss
ओsss ओsss

मम्ममम॰ ॰ ॰
उसे जान लो
पहचान लो

रगों की छाँव धूप में
वो आया है नए रूप में
रगों की छाँव धूप में
वो आया है नए रूप में
वो॰ ॰ ॰ है एक बहरूपिया
उसे जान लो
पहचान लो
उसे जान लो॰॰ओ
पहचान लो
रगों की छाँव धूप में
वो आया है नए रूप में
रगों की छाँव धूप में
वो आया है नए रूप में
वो॰ ॰ ॰ है एक बहरूपिया
उसे जान लो
पहचान लो
उसे जान लो॰॰ओ
पहचान लो

जैसे कोई दूल्हा बांधे सेहरा
उसके चेहरे पे है नक़ली चेहरा’
हो ओ
जैसे कोई दूल्हा बांधे सेहरा
उसके चेहरे पे है नक़ली चेहरा’
आsss आsss
अब इस में क्या राज़ है
पूरा धोखेबाज़ है
उसे जान लो
पहचान लो
रगों की छाँव धूप में
वो आया है नए रूप में
वो॰ ॰ ॰ है एक बहरूपिया
उसे जान लो
पहचान लो
उसे जान लो॰॰ओ
पहचान लो
उसे जान लो॰॰ओ
पहचान लो

सुलझा दी आँखों ने दिल की उलझन
हाँ हाँ यही तो है हम सबका दुश्मन
हे हे
सुलझा दी आँखों ने दिल की उलझन
हाँ हाँ यही तो है हम सबका दुश्मन
ओsss ओsssss
ओsss ओsss
ओsss ओsss
ओsss ओsss
इसकी सब कहानियाँ
इसकी हैं निशानियाँ
उसे जान लो॰॰ओ
पहचान लो
रगों की छाँव धूप में
वो आया है नए रूप में
वो॰ ॰ ॰ है एक बहरूपिया
उसे जान लो
पहचान लो
उसे जान लो॰॰ओ
पहचान लो
उसे जान लो॰॰ओ
पहचान लो

तुम ढ़ोंगी हो तो हम भी कुछ कम नहीं
तुमने जाल बिछाया है तो ग़म नहीं
हे हे
तुम ढ़ोंगी हो तो हम भी कुछ कम नहीं
तुमने जाल बिछाया है तो ग़म नहीं
इन बातों में दम नहीं
डरने वाले हम नहीं
हमें जान लो
पहचान लो
रगों की छाँव धूप में
मैं आया हूँ नए रूप में
मैं॰ ॰ ॰ हूँ एक बहरूपिया
मुझे जान लो
पहचान लो
मुझे जान लो
पहचान लो


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 : 3487 Post No. : 14008

The yippeee film for today the 1972 production by Manoj Kumar – ‘Shor’.

There was a period in the career of Manoj Kumar, where every film he touched has either been a hit, or it has commanded a cult status over the years. Starting with ‘Shaheed’ in 1965, and right up to ‘Kranti’ in 1981, he produced, directed and acted in a string of hit films, that have become memorable icons over the years. It was ‘Shaheed’ in 1965, then ‘Upkar’ in 1967, then ‘Poorab Aur Pashchim’ and ‘Yaadgar’ in 1970, then ‘Shor’ in 1972, ‘Roti Kapda Aur Makan’ in 1974, and then ‘Kranti’ in 1981. Of these, the 1972 production of ‘Shor’ is kind of the odd one out – it is not really a patriotic / nationalist theme, that is Manoj Kumar’s forte, that earned him the nickname of Mr Bhaarat. After 1981, Manoj Kumar seemed to have lost his touch, and after a string of indifferent productions – ‘Painter Babu’ (1983), ‘Kalyug Aur Ramayan’ (1987), and ‘Clerk’ (1989), he kind of let go the production / direction stance.

Coming back to ‘Shor’, not just that it was a little different from the normal ‘nationalist’ genre of Manoj Kumar, it is also counted as the least successful film, commercially, in his career as a producer / director – from the period of ‘Shaheed’ to ‘Kranti’. And then, like a few other handful of examples, this film gained a cult status over the decades. And that was, not in the least due to the fantastic songs and music of this film.

Having said that, it surely needs to be recognized and acknowledged that – looking at the list of his films from ‘Shaheed’ to ‘Kranti’ – he belongs to that select band of producers/directors that have had a Midas touch as far as music and songs are concerned. A quick review of his films listed above will lend credence to this statement. Even if, for the sake of argument only, if this set of films is viewed for quality features and box office attractions, then even if one wants to discount other aspects related to the film, one will not be able to discount these films for the sake of the music and songs.

One reason that ‘Shor’, after its initial lukewarm reception at the box office, continued to build into a cult film status, is its wonderful, and even powerful, music and songs.  Let’s take look at the list of songs of this film. It seems to be short in the list, but the impact and profundity of these songs, stands out all by itself.

 

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Paani re paani teraa rang kaisaa 1658 21-Jul-09
Ik pyaar ka naghmaa hai 1675 24-Jul-09
Jeewan Chalne Ka Naam 5555 1-Mar-12
Shehnaai Baje Na Baje 14003 2-Feb-18

 

My favorite amongst these is of course the one that talks about the colors of water – “Paani Re Paani Tera Rang Kaisa”. The words of this song are just so dear. Every line, every stanza has its own flavor, and impact. In the three stanzas, the question posed in the mukhda is answered in different ways. And the last one – which will touch a chord of the life’s hope within each human being – is simply the best – “Sau Saal Jeene Ki Ummeedon Jaisa”.

Then we have the supremely inspirational song of hope and progress – “Jeevan Chalne Ka Naam” – a song that plays through the days of the hopeful endaeavor, as the hero attempts to break a record of continuous cycling effort. An event and a song that bring together an entire community – a pinnacle of synthesis of emotions coming together as one.

And then the song that has, along with “Paani Re Paani. . .”, garnered the cult status – this time in the genre of love songs. Every time I listen to this line – “Zindagi Aur Kuchh Bhi Nahin, Teri Meri Kahaani Hai”, it sends shiver down my spine. The sheer simplicity of words, put together to express one of the most profound essays in the multiplicity of human existence. In eventual analysis, actually in this life, there is nothing more than the self. And practically every tale is eventually a tale of the self. But love changes all that. When there is love, then the tale is of ‘you and me’ put together – and there really is nothing else in life actually. “Ik Pyaar Ka Naghma Hai” – life is but simply a song of love, yours and my love. One of THE best expressions that puts in a definitive and ultimate response to the query of “what is love”.

Another aspect of his musical expression I would like to discuss. What we see here is the shades of Raj Kapoor and Goldie Anand – as far as the construction and the presentation of the song is concerned. Manoj Kumar really has that Midas touch to get the best out of the team of songwriter + music director + singers. The songs of his films are some of the best-in-class creations that will be listed right up there with the ones that are considered as top creations, as well as presentations. He also has a knack of putting together the most appropriate scenario, and most convincingly, to bring the song in and merge it quite so seamlessly with the flow of the story line. His song presentations are simply out of the ordinary, in a special category all by themselves. Take your thoughts back to the songs like “Jogi Hum to Lut Gaye Tere Pyaar Mein” from ‘Shaheed’; “Aayee Jhoom Ke Basant” from ‘Upkar’; “Main Na Bhoolunga. . .” from ‘Roti Kapda Aur Makaan’; “Ab Ke Baras Tujhe. . .” and “Zindagi Ki Na Toote Ladi” from ‘Kranti’. And the one that is the closest to my heart as a special favorite – “Hai Preet Jahaan Ki Reet Sada” from ‘Purab Aur Paschim”. That I am picking these songs as a sampler does not mean that the remaining songs do not jell. Each one does. Just that the space does not permit me to write about each one of them, what all I wish to write.

The song presented today, comes on to the screen with an already prefaced history, in the film. The three stanzas in this song are directed towards three men who are coincidentally present and watching the dance performance, Rani (role played by Jaya Bhaduri), is a worldly wise young lady, and a street urchin at that. To compete with and to secure herself in this most perilous environment in which she exists, she has to become one of them, with a tongue that can abuse an curse the most evil, and hands that are adept in swinging the blade of a deadly knife. Her standard masquerade to cheat people, i.e. men, and rob them, is to appear on a less traversed road in the late evening, and pose as a helpless damsel looking for help. And when a victim gets interested, she will start screaming to draw the attention of whatever is the sparse crowd, crying for help against the man. The poor victim, is painted as a trying to outrage her modesty. She blackmails them to cough up some money, in exchange for her to keep quiet.

Prior to this song, these three men are each party to such encounters with her. The first one – a regular junior artist whose name I am not able to recall right away, is a meek fellow who gets conned by Rani. The second one is Shankar (role played by Manoj Kumar), who turns the tables on her, and dares her to shout and gather attention. And the third one is also local street smart mawaali (role played by Manmohan), who fancies Rani to be easy meat for his spurious intentions. For a change, as Rani does a street dance performance, striving also to make some honest money, the three gentlemen appear one by one, to be dealt with appropriately.

Jaya’s performance as Rani is just superb. In 1972, she is very fresh from IFTI, Pune, and her portrayal of a near vagabond and street smart character is quite so convincing. We also see Premnath as the Pathan friend of Shankar, Master Satyajeet as Deepak, the mute son of Shankar, and Manmohan as the local mawaali. Once again, I request help from the more knowledgeable readers to help identify the very familiar junior artist behind the bespectacled thin old man who appears in the first stanza.

So with this post, we bring to a close, the discussion on this cult classic film from Manoj Kumar. Wonderful songs and music galore from his films. Welcome ‘Shor’ to Yippeee-land.

 

Song – Zara Sa Us Ko Chhua To  (Shor) (1972) Singer – Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Santosh Anand, MD – Laxmikat Pyaarelal
Unidentified Male Voice

Lyrics

zara sa
us ko
chhua to
us ne
haaye us ne macha diya shor
zara sa
us ko
chhua to
us ne
haaye us ne macha diya shor
shor
shor
maine samjha tha ke chal jaayega zor
maine samjha tha ke hongi baaten aur
aur
phir
jaise hi
zara sa
us ko
chhua to
us ne
haaye us ne macha diya shor
zara sa
us ko
chhua to
us ne
haaye us ne macha diya shor

roop ki thandi chhaon mein
armaanon ke gaaon mein
laga hua tha mela re
raahi mila akela re
maari aankh
maari aankh
gaya bhaanp
na us ne ki bas
bas
na maine ki bas
bas
na us ne ki bas
bas
na maine ki bas
bas
aur
phir
jaise hi
zara sa
us ko
chhua to
us ne
haaye us ne macha diya shor

dhum dhum dhum dhum
dhum dhum dhum
dhum dhum dhum dhum
dhum dhum dhum

ta ra ra
ra ra ra
ra ra ra ra ra ra

o jiyo raani jiyo

oo ho oo oo
oo ho oo oo
ho
ho
ho
ho

chalte chalte raah mein
kuchh paane ki chaah mein
maine us ko roka tha
aage badh ke toka tha
phenka daav
phenka daav
bola jaao
na us ne ki tas
tas
na maine ki bas
bas
na us ne ki tas
tas
na maine ki bas
bas
aur
phir
jaise hi
zara sa
us ko
chhua to
us ne
haaye us ne macha diya shor

dhan dhan dhan dhan
dhan dhan dhan

da da da
da da da

koi chhaila mod pe
haath donon jod ke
bola raat ki rani
maan le mujh ko jaani
diya phool
diya phool
gayi bhool
na maine ki tas
tas
na us ne ki bas
bas
na maine ki tas
tas
na us ne ki bas
bas
aur
phir
jaise hi
zara sa
us ne
chhua to
maine
haan maine macha diya shor
zara sa
us ne
chhua to
maine
haan maine macha diya sho..o..o..or

———————————————————
Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
———————————————————
ज़रा सा
उसको
छूआ तो
उसने
हाय उसने मचा दिया शोर
ज़रा सा
उसको
छूआ तो
उसने
हाय उसने मचा दिया शोर
शोर
शोर
मैंने समझा था के चल जाएगा ज़ोर
मैंने समझा था के होंगी बातें और
और
फिर
जैसे ही
ज़रा सा
उसको
छूआ तो
उसने
हाय उसने मचा दिया शोर
ज़रा सा
उसको
छूआ तो
उसने
हाय उसने मचा दिया शोर

रूप की ठंडी छांव में
अरमानों के गाँव में
लगा हुआ था मेला रे
राही मिला अकेला रे
मारी आँख
मारी आँख
गया भाँप
ना उसने की बस
बस
ना मैंने की बस
बस
ना उसने की बस
बस
ना मैंने की बस
बस
और
फिर
जैसे ही
ज़रा सा
उसको
छूआ तो
उसने
हाय उसने मचा दिया शोर

ढुम ढुम ढुम ढुम
ढुम ढुम ढुम
ढुम ढुम ढुम ढुम
ढुम ढुम ढुम

ता रा रा
रा रा रा
रा रा रा रा रा रा

ओ जियो रानी जियो

ओ हो ओ ओ
ओ हो ओ ओ
हो
हो
हो
हो
चलते चलते राह में
कुछ पाने की चाह में
मैंने उसको रोका था
आगे बढ़ के टोका था’
फेंका दांव
फेंका दांव
बोला जाओ
ना उसने की टस
टस
ना मैंने की बस
बस
ना उसने की टस
टस
ना मैंने की बस
बस
और
फिर
जैसे ही
ज़रा सा
उसको
छूआ तो
उसने
हाय उसने मचा दिया शोर

ढन ढन ढन ढन
ढन ढन ढन

ढ ढ ढ
ढ ढ ढ

कोई छैला मोड़ पे
हाथ दोनों जोड़ के
बोला रात की रानी
मान ले मुझको जानी
दिया फूल
दिया फूल
गई भूल
ना मैंने की टस
टस
ना उसने की बस
बस
ना मैंने की टस
टस
ना उसने की बस
बस
और
फिर
जैसे ही
ज़रा सा
उसने
छूआ तो
मैंने
हाँ मैंने मचा दिया शोर
ज़रा सा
उसने
छूआ तो
मैंने
हाँ मैंने मचा दिया शो॰॰ओ॰॰ओर


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Blog Day : 3486 Post No. : 14003

“Shor”(1972) was produced and directed by Manoj Kumar for Vishal International Productions Private Limited, Bombay. This “social” movie had Manoj Kumar, Jaya Bhaduri, Premnath, Kamini Kaushal, Manorama, Manmohan, Kuljeet, Raj Mehra, Nana Palsikar, Krish Dhawan, Meena T, Shefali, Leena, Asrani, V Gopal, Ram Mohan, Sikandar Khanna, Ranveer Raj, M Masood, Master Avinash, Baby Sushma, Master Rakesh, Master Maruti, Master Satyajeet, with Nanda (special role).

The movie had five songs in it that were penned by three lyricists and sung by five singers.

Three of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fourth song from “Shor”(1972) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata. Verma Malik is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

The song is picturised as an “expression of love” song on Jaya Bhaduri, with Manoj Kumar also visible in the picturisation.


Song-Shehnaai baje na baje (Shor)(1972) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Verma Malik, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

Lyrics

aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm

aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm

gagan pe to taare takraaye
takraaker donon muskaaye
aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
chaand le sun li unki baat
ja baithha baadal ke saathh
hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
sun badal ne li angdaayi
boond boond ne baat phailaayi
gagan ki baat dharti pe aayi
kali ne sunli suni sunaayi
kali ne phool ko bhed bataaya
hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
phool ne bulbul ko o samjhaaya
hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
bulbul ne bhanwra bulwaaya
bhanwra gungun karta aaya
maine rok ke use sunaaya
sunaaya
sunaaya
aa aa

ban ke dulhaniya aaj chali hoon
main saajan ke dwaare
shahnaai baje na baje
shehnai baje na baje ae ae
shehnaai baje na baje

na koi mujhko kajra daale
na koi maang sanwaare
na koi mujhko kajra daale
na koi maang sanwaare
na chaahoon main baaje gaaje
na main dhol nakkaare
na koi meri raahen roke
na koi mujhe pukaare
banke dulhaniya aaj chali hoon
main saajan ke dwaare
shehnaai baje na baje ae ae
shehnaai baje na baje ae ae ae
shehnaai baje na baje

aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
munda manney na manney
ghodi saje na saje
ho munda mane na mane
ghodi sajey na sajey
ho doli uthhe na uthhe
mehandi lagey na lagey
na main chaahoon bindiya shindiya
na main taare shaare
kal tak thhe jo gusse shusse
ho gaye jaan se pyaare
banke dulhaniya aaj chali hoon
main saajan ke dwaare
shahnaai
.. .. ..
baje na baje ae ae
shehnaayi baje na baje ae ae ae
shehnaayi baje na baje

aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm

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

आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म

आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म

गगन पे दो तारे टकराये
टकरा कर दोनों मुसकाए
आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
चाँद ने सुन ली उनकी बात
जा बैठा बादल के साथ
हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
सुन बादल ने ली अंगड़ाई
बूंद बूंद ने बात फैलाई
गगन की बात धरती पे आई
कली ने सुन ली सुनी सुनाई
कली ने फूल को भेद बताया
हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
फूल ने बुलबुल को समझाया
हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
बुलबुल ने भँवरा बुलवाया
भँवरा गुन गुन करता आया
मैंने रोक के उसे सुनाया
सुनाया
सुनाया॰॰आ॰॰आ

बनके दुलहनिया आज चली हूँ
मैं साजन के द्वारे
शहनाई बजे ना बजे
शहनाई बजे ना बजे॰॰ए॰॰ए
शहनाई बजे ना बजे

ना कोई मुझको कजरा डाले
ना कोई मांग सँवारे
ना चाहूँ मैं बाजे गाजे
ना मैं ढ़ोल नक्कारे
ना कोई मेरी राहें रोके
ना कोई मुझे पुकारे
बनके दुलहनिया आज चली हूँ
मैं साजन के द्वारे
शहनाई बजे ना बजे॰॰ए॰॰ए
शहनाई बजे ना बजे॰॰ए॰॰ए
शहनाई बजे ना बजे

आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
मुंडा मन्ने ना मन्ने
घोड़ी चढ़े ना चढ़े
हो डोली उठे ना उठे
मेहंदी लगे ना लगे
ना मैं चाहूँ बिंदिया शिंदिया
ना मैं तारे शारे
कल तक थे जो गुस्से शुस्से
हो गए जान से प्यारे
बनके दुलहनिया आज चली हूँ
मैं साजन के द्वारे
शहनाई
॰॰ ॰॰ ॰॰
बजे ना बजे॰॰ए॰॰ए
शहनाई बजे ना बजे॰॰ए॰॰ए
शहनाई बजे ना बजे

आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म


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Today (15 august 2017) is the 71st Independence day of India.

This is the tenth independence day for the blog. In addition, we have also had nine republic days. We have discussed a few patriotic songs on all these 17 national days. So one can imagine the number of patriotic songs that we have covered in the blog so far. The count of patriotic songs in the blog shows 106 songs as of now !
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This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, 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.

Hullo atuldom

Hope all fine here.

Today (8 june 2017) I am posting a song which falls right in the category of “How come this is not yet posted?!?!” But that is how this blog of ours (Atul’s) is. Even after 13300 songs we still have songs for the “How come” category.
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Today (16 january 2017) is the 91st birth anniversary of O P Nayyar (16 January 1926 – 28 January 2007). Like C Ramchandra, both his anniversaries fall in the month of January.
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