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Atul’s Song A Day- A choice collection of Hindi Film & Non-Film Songs

Posts Tagged ‘Pt Indra Chandra


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Blog Day : 3749 Post No. : 14713

“Jai Hanuman” (1948) was directed by R Thakur for Ranjit Film Company, Bombay. The movie had S. N. Tripathi, Ram Kumar, Pesi Patel, P. Kailash, Nirupa Roy, K. Purohit, Babu Nene, Rajrani, Tarabai, Kamalakant, Inamdar etc in it.

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

Here is the second song from “Jai Hanuman” (1948) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Geeta Dutt. Pt Indra Chandra is the lyricist. Music is composed by Bulo C Rani.

Only the audio of this Ram bhajan is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Mohe raam naam dhun laagi (Jai Hanuman)(1948) Singer-Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Pt Indra Chandra, MD-Bulo C Rani

Lyrics

mohe raam naam dhun laagi
mohe raam naam dhun laagi
jug jug ki preet jaagi preet jaagi
jug jug ki preet jaagi preet jaagi
mohe raam naam dhun laagi
mohe raam naam dhun laagi

ae re sheetal pavan thahar ja
ae re sheetal pavan thahar ja
mand mand ?? ram naam ka ka
mand mand ?? raam naam ka
goonj goonj kar sakal jagat ko
goonj goonj kar sakal jagat ko
kar de raam anuraagi
mohe raam naam dhun laagi
mohe raam naam dhun laagi
jug jug ki preet jaagi preet jaagi
jug jug ki preet jaagi preet jaagi
mohe raam naam dhun laagi
mohe raam naam dhun laagi

raam base more man praanan mein
ram base more man praanan mein
raam jyot jagi nainan mein
raam jyot jagi nainan mein
raam raam mein raam rame hain
rom rom mein ram rame hain
raam ki maaya laagi
mohe raam naam dhun laagi
mohe raam naam dhun laagi
jug jug ki preet jaagi preet jaagi
jug jug ki preet jaagi preet jaagi
mohe raam naam dhun laagi
mohe raam naam dhun laagi

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Blog Day : 3732 Post No. : 14677

“Garib”(1942) was directed by Ramchandra Thakur for National Studios, Bombay. This movie had Surendra, Rose, Baby Meena, Veena Kumari, Santaka, N A Ansari, Agha, Pesi Patel etc in it.

The movie had twelve songs in it. Five songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the sixth song song from “Garib”(1942) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Surendra. Pt Indra Chandra is the lyricist. Music is composed by Anil Biswas.

Only the audio of this song is available but it is clear that this “expression of love” song was picturised on Surendra himself.


Song-Haseenon ko karlo salaam (Garib)(1942) Singer-Surendra, Lyrics-Pt Indra, MD-Anil Biswas

Lyrics

o haseenon ko kar lo salaam
salaam more raaja
haseenon ko kar lo salaam
salaam
salaam more raaja
haseenon ko kar lo salaam
aankh lag jaaye to bas jaao wahin
dil machal jaaye to mit jaao wahin
aankh lag jaaye to bas jaao wahin
dil machal jaaye to mit jaao wahin
zara kar lo shaheedon mein naam
zara kar lo shaheedon mein naam
naam
naam more raaja
haseenon ko kar lo salaam
salaam more raaja
haseenon ko kar lo salaam

husn waale salaamat hain apne yahaan
husn waale salaamat hain apne yahaan
wo hamen chhod kar aur jaayen kahaan
wo hamen chhod kar aur jaayen kahaan
roz khali hai apna mukaam
roz khaali hai apna mukaam
mukaam
mukaam more raaja
haseenon ko kar lo salaam
salaam more raaja
haseenon ko kar lo salaam
salaam
salaam


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Blog Day : 3710 Post No. : 14637

“Wo Zamaana”(1947) was directed by Manibhai Vyas for Ranjeet Movietone, Bombay. This “historical” movie had Khursheed (Junior), Lalita Pawar, Altaf, Padma Bannerji, Subhadra Devi, Sheikh Hasan, S N Tripathi, Pt Iqbal, Joshi, Ramswaroop, Nafeez Khalili, Kaabuli, Iqbal Hussain, Ibrahim, Bhupatrai Ojha etc in it.

This movie had ten songs in it. Two songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Wo Zamaana”(1947) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Mohantara Talpade and Rati Kumar Vyas. Pt Indra Chandra is the lyricist. Music is composed by Bulo C Rani.

Only the audio of this rare “expression of love” song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of the song.

I have not been able to get a few words right in the lyrics. I request readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable.

With this song, Rati Kumar Vyas makes his debut in the blog as a singer. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on this singer.


Song-Ho saloni naari tere roop ka jagat bhikaari(Wo Zamaana)(1947) Singers-Mohantara Talpade, Rati Kumar Vyas, Lyrics-Pt Indra Chandra, MD-Bulo C Rani

Lyrics

hey ae ae ae ae
ae ae ae ae ae ae
ae ae ae
ae ae ae
hey ae ae ae
saajan to teekha bhala
ae ae
jyon barse talwaar
ae ae ae ae
paani jiska dekh kar
haaye chhup jaaye sansaar
ae ae ae ae
ae ae ae

ae ae ae ae
ae ae ae ae
ae
naari to baanki bhali
jaise dhanush kamaan
ae ae ae ae
tirchhe chitwan
baan pe ae
ae
isi se karat nishaan

o o o
saloni naari
tere roop ka jagat bhikaari
tere roop ka jagat pujaari
o o o
saloni naari
tere roop ka jagat bhikaari
tere roop ka jagat pujaari
jab se geet sunaaya tumne
jab se geet sunaaya tumne
pad gayi koyal kaali
kaali
kook kook kar
kook kook kar
deti tujhko
?? adharon se gaali
gaali
manhaari
matwaari
tere roop ka jagat bhikaari
o o o
saloni naari
tere roop ka jagat bhikaari
tere roop ka jagat pujaari

kaliyon ka ras rang churaaya
kaliyon ka ras rang churaaya
bhav ?? uthhe man mein
man mein
nain raseele
nain raseele
dekh tihaare
hirni bhaagi van mein
van mein
balihaari
balihaari
tere roop ka jagat bhikaari
o o o
saloni naari
tere roop ka jagat bhikaari
tere roop ka jagat pujaari


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Blog Day : 3704 Post No. : 14627

“Wo Zamaana”(1947) was directed by Manibhai Vyas for Ranjeet Movietone, Bombay. This “historical” movie had Khursheed (Junior), Lalita Pawar, Altaf, Padma bannerji, Subhadra Devi, Sheikh Hasan, S N Tripathi, Pt Iqbal, Joshi, Ramswaroop, Nafeez Khalili, Kaabuli, Iqbal Hussain, Ibrahim, Bhupatrai Ojha etc in it.

This movie had ten obscure songs in it. One song has been covered in the past

Here is the second song from “Wo Zamaana”(1947) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Mohantara Talpade. Pt Indra Chandra is the lyricist. Music is composed by Bulo C Rani.

Only the audio of this “calling the beloved” song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of the song.


Song-Main parwat khadi pukaaroon (Wo Zamaana)(1947) Singer-Mohantara Talpade, Lyrics-Pt Indra, MD-Bulo C Rani

Lyrics

main parwat khadi pukaaroon
balamva aa aa re
sajanva aa aa re
main parwat khadi pukaaroon
balamva aa aa re
sajanva aa aa re
teri palchhin baat nihaaroon
balamva aa aa re
sajanva aa aa re
teri palchhin baat nihaaroon
sajanva aa aa re
balamva aa aa re

wo mast morni ee ee
wo mast morni
mor dekh kar dole ae dole
wo mast morni ee ee
wo mast morni
mor dekh kar dole ae dole
tum aao to mere man ki maina bole ae bole
tum aao to mere man ki maina bole ae bole
main preet ka jaadoo daaroon
balamva aa aa re
sajanva aa aa re
main preet ka jaadoo daaroon
balamva aa aa re
balamva aa aa re

kya karoon kya karoon
kya karoon kya karoon
kya karoon
preet meri laaj ka ghoonghat khole ae khole
kya karoon
preet meri laaj ka ghoonghat khole ae khole
lo suno
jiya mora piya piya piya bole ae bole
lo suno
jiya mora piya piya piya bole ae bole
main kaise tujhe bisaaroon
balamva aa aa re
sajanva aa aa re
main kaise tujhe bisaaroon
balamva aa aa re
balamva aa aa re
main parwat khadi pukaaroon
balamva aa aa re
sajanva aa aa re


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Blog Day : 3678 Post No. : 14569

“Draupadi”(1944) was directed by Baburao Patel for New Hans Pictures Limited, Bombay. The movie had Susheela Rani in the role of Draupadi who had also written the screen play. Other actors in the film were Chandramohan, Mazhar Khan, Surekha, Rani Bala, K N Singh, David, Badri Prasad, Kanhaiyalal, Leela Mishra, Nandu Khote, V G Pusalkar, D M Vaideshi, Madukar Gupte, Radhapyari, Premlata Dongre, Anant Marathe,Dixit, Raj Biswas, P R Joshi, Vasant Kanse, Ram Gopal, Janki etc.

The move had 9 songs in it. One song has been covered in the past.

Here is the second song from “Draupadi”(1944) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Susheela Rani. Pt Indra Chandra is the lyricist. Music is composed by Hanuman Prasad.

Only the audio of the song is available. It is clear that the song was picturised on Susheela Rani herself.

I have not been able to get a few words right in the lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable.


Song-Baandh ke rakhoongi tohe nainon mein Kaanha(Draupadi)(1944) Singer-Susheela Rani, Lyrics-Pt Indra, MD-Hanuman Prasad

Lyrics

baandh ke rakhoongi tohe nainon mein kaanha
baandh ke rakhoongi tohe nainon mein kaanha
main jaanewaale ko jaane na doongi
main jaanewaale ko jaane na doongi
baandh ke rakhoongi tohe nainon mein kaanha

chhup na sakoge ab gwaalan ke ghar mein
chhup na sakoge ab gwaalan ke ghar mein
?? gokul banaaungi kaanha
?? gokul banaaungi kaanha
baandh ke rakhoongi tohe nainon mein kaanha

neg chukaao ?? bahan ka
neg chukaao ?? bahan ka
na maanoongi tumko sunaaungi kaanha
na maanoongi tumko sunaaungi kaanha
baandh ke rakhoongi tohe nainon mein kaanha

mat jaa re kaanha
?? hathheele
mat jaa re kaanha
?? hathheele
angna ko madhuban banaaungi kaanha
angna ko madhuban banaaungi kaanha
baandh ke rakhoongi tohe nainon mein kaanha

laakh jatan chaahe kariyo kanhaiyya
laakh jatan chaahe kariyo kanhaiyya
gaye to phir se bulaaungi kaanha
gaye to phir se bulaaungi kaanha
baandh ke rakhoongi tohe nainon mein kaanha
baandh ke rakhoongi tohe nainon mein kaanha


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Blog Day : 3660 Post No. : 14526

“Aangan”(1959) was directed by O P Datta. This movie had Rehman, Amita, Chand Usmani, Agha, Leela Mishra, Gulab, Badri Prasad, Indira Bansal, Ramavtar, Sabita Chatterji, Vijaybala, Jugnu, Kesarbai, Bazid Khan, Shantaram, Prijbhushan, Master Raja etc in it.

The movie had nine songs in it that were penned by three lyricists.

Two songs have been covered in the past. Here is the third song from this movie to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Manna Dey and chorus. Pt Indra Chandra is the lyricist. Music is composed by Roshan.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this bhajan.


Song-Tere banenge bigde kaam ho sun bhai aatmaaraam(Aangan)(1959) Singer-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Pt India India, MD-Roshan
Chorus
Manna Dey +Chorus

Lyrics

tere banenge bigde kaam
ho sun bhai aatmaaraam
tu kar le chaaron dhaam
ho sun bhai aatmaaraam

idhar hai ganga udhar himalay
beech mein badrinath
bolo bhai badrinath ki jai
dharm arth aur kaam moksh
chaaron phal inke saath ho
tere banenge bigde kaam
tere banenge bigde kaam
ho sun bhai aatma raam

jo koi paave jagannath ka
jootha bhaat prasaad ho
jootha bhaat prasaad ho
bolo bhai jagannath ki jai
chala jaaye baikunth ko seedha
koi na pakde haath ho
koi na pakde haath ho
tu bhaj le raadhe shyaam
tu bhaj le raadheshyam
ho sun bhai aatmaraam

dakshin desh rame rameshvar
mandir khambh hazaar ho
mandir khambh hazaar ho
bolo bhai shiv shankar ki jai
visvanath viswambher shankar
bhaje to beda par ho
bhaje to beda par ho
le in charnon ko thhaam
le in charnon ko thhaam
ho sun bhai aatmaraam

sone ki ye puri dwarka
man aanand badhaaye ho
man aanand badhaaye ho
bolo bhai krishanchandr ki jai
baanjh hari ho jaaye daadi
pota god khilaaye ho
pota god khilaaye ho
kul badhe amar ho naam
kul badhe amar ho naam
ho sun bhai aatmaaraam
tere banenege bigde kaam
ho sun bhai aatmaram
raam ji raam
ho sun bhai aatmaraam


This article is written by Mahesh Mamadapur, 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 : 3647 Post No. : 14481

ASAD 10th Anniversary Celebrations – 3
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A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.
– Lao Tzu

main akela hi chala tha janib e manzil magar
log saath aate gaye aur karwaan banta gaya
– Majhrooh Sultanpuri

On 19 July 2008, a single step was taken by our Atul ji, the day on which the first song was posted on the blog. It was followed by yet another Roshan number the next day and the journey continues to this date and beyond, much akin to the above sh’er by Majhrooh Saab.

Looking back at the last decade, there is a deep sense of excitement and contention amongst all readers and especially the important contributors. However what is equally true is that the responsibilities and the hope of tracing and introducing obscure songs has only increased. This hope itself is the proof of the immense popularity that the blog enjoys all over the world.  I am sure the blog has become a one-stop destination for all readers in search for old Hindi songs and the correct and reliable information that it serves and continues to provide. About 4000 movies and nearly 15,000 songs covered, the blog has a visitors hits number of more than 10.5 million. Mind-blogging numbers indeed and one can only feel proud of being a part of this great musical extravaganza.

Since it is a special occasion of a decade of the blog’s existence, I suppose, I am at liberty to write a few words about my association with it.

Old Hindi Film songs were a common feature in my house, especially with SLBC and its special program ‘purani filmon ka sangeet’, which is played to this day and to which I am addicted to this day (ask our whatsapp group 🙂 ). With the advent of internet facility, the hobby of listening and gathering information naturally started dominating the searches. And, for people with music interest this blog was a no-escape and also a welcome addiction.

In the initial days, I just tried to absorb and admire the contents. It was not long that the longing to be a part of the blog started to grow. A few comments and corrections here and there started. Seeing that a lot of songs known to self were yet to be represented, I toyed with the idea of sending the lyrics. I ended up sending lyrics for 3-4 songs, but the greed to get more involved did not stop.

It was then that I starting writing posts. After a few posts and with the ideas and plots for writing posts difficult to come by, I started a mini-series on Mukesh and his composers. There is a small contribution of self in this series with 14 posts and 04 posts in another series titled Mukesh and his co-singers. Apart from the posts on Mukesh, I feel proud to have written about Rafi saab, Talat saab and Lata Mangeshkar. There are individual posts on Shamshad Begum, Uma Devi, etc. I have also written about Ghulam Mohammed and Shankar Jaikishan whose compositions, I enjoy immensely.

Of the 30 odd posts, “Sab Thhaath Pada Reh Jaavegaa” has had a great influence on me and especially the verses.

jo paaya hai wo baant ke kha
kangaal na kar kangaal na ho o
jo sab ka haal kiya toone
ek roz wo tera haal na ho o

is haath se de us haath se le
ho jaave sukhi ye jag saara

There was time when some songs of Mukesh were not to my liking. This view is particularly for a few songs at the fag end of his career wherein you find him singing all types of songs without the Midas touch of late 1940’s and 1950’s. Not having understood the lyrics properly, I had counted the above song also in that category. However, while writing the post and especially after Sudhir ji’s English translation, the song seems to be nothing short of philosophy of life that one must follow.

And then, “Lo Mil Gayi Degree Pyaar Ki” had its own story before it was put up as a post. A virtual Kishore Kumar solo was converted into a Mukesh post just because he had two words in the song. It was the last song of Mukesh-Roshan to be introduced to the blog and there was no way, I could lose the opportunity. Many eminent personalities were contacted who held different views on how Mukesh could fit in as he was not part of the movie etc.

Lastly, “Gokul Nagri Jaana” remains the oldest song sung by Mukesh on the blog. I have special memories of writing this post, as I was aware that I had touched upon a gold mine of 06 special songs of his career. Two of them remain untraced to date, but then there have been many surprises on this blog and I am sure all six will be accounted for.

The past year has been hectic for me from job and work point of view. However, with this post, I have barely managed to avoid the guilt of not having contributed for an entire year. I expect saner time allotment for this hobby again.

Coming back to the blog, I consider the following to be a few unique and unparalleled aspects about it.

  • Accuracy and authenticity of the contents
  • Complete and correct lyrics
  • Responsible, authoritative and sound contributors
  • The classification and arrangement of songs under various heads
  • Easy accessibility of information on Hindi songs
  • Common platform for like-minded Hindi songs enthusiasts
  • Due recognition and importance accorded to various artists
  • Accurate statistics of songs and artists contribution.

There could more important USP’s of the blog; however, the following two aspects are also quite important.

  • Opportunity for contributors to pen their thoughts on the blog
  • A unique friendship circle amongst the regulars

I think every reader and especially the contributors can never thank Atul ji and Sudhir ji enough, to acknowledge and appreciate the opportunity given to us to pen down our thoughts and represent songs on the blog. This is a very selfless and noble deed of Atul ji. Like-minded people met online on this blog and started a very special and unique circle, with quite a few sessions, visits etc. A whatsapp group is also formed with a few of the regulars and is more active than the blog itself now. 🙂

For me personally, the opportunity to interact with Mr. Harish Raghuwanshi ji was a great personal fulfilment. He has always helped me with my lists in the posts and also with information which would have been nearly impossible to trace elsewhere. Similarly, being in touch with eminent film historians and authors and knowledgeable personalities such as Shri Arun Kumarji, Harmandir Singh ji and many others has added new dimensions to our lives. In a fast moving world with technological advances, catching up with matters of yesteryears is so soothing and heart fulfilling. When we talk of ‘good old days’, here is a platform that binds us together.

Coming back to the series on Mukesh, a sort of regret that will always remain with me is not having a post on the collaboration of Mukesh with composer Anil Biswas. People fond of Hindi music need no explanation to elaborate the influence of Anil Da and stepping stone in Mukesh’s singing career with reference to “Dil Jaltaa Hai To Jalne De”Of the 22 odd songs that Mukesh sang for Anil Da, all have been covered on the blog. Not to give a sense of false hope, I would like to clarify that the song that I am presenting here today has nothing to do with Mukesh.

Instead, I would like to write on Anil Biswas.

What can one write about the ‘Bhishm Pitamah’ of Hindi film music that has not been written earlier. A pioneer of playback singing in India and the composer who gave the initial breaks to singers like Parul Ghosh, Meena Kapoor, Mukesh, Talat Mahmood, Sudha Malhotra etc. He is credited with coaching Lata Mangeshkar with breath control techniques during recording of songs. Begum Akhtar’s timeless classics in the film ‘Roti’ (1942) were scored by him. Mukesh, Talat Mahmood, Suraiya et al have sung several of their classic songs under his composition. Lata having sung under various composers has a lot of numbers under his composition too and these songs will always remain on a higher plane. The fame achieved by the songs in ‘Kismet’ (1943) will be discussed and mentioned for a very long time.

There is enough material on the net on Anil Biswas, his life in Mumbai and Delhi, the many pioneering aspects of his compositions, how the mighty composers of later-years were his assistants earlier etc. And then there is also a detailed wikipage dedicated to him. However, I would like to draw the attention of readers to AK ji’s blog songsofyore.com.

Seventh of July, last week was the birth anniversary of Anil Da. Four years back, 2014 was his centenary year and the AK ji’s blog has a wide range of tributes and had dedicated an entire year on Anil Biswas starting with his daughter’s introductory post which one can find here. The eighth and last post on this special series can be found here.

The last post referred above also contains in its first paragraph links to the other six posts on Anil Biswas posted in his centenary year. I think die-hard fans of Anil Da can look no further than these posts to enjoy the complete range of his compositions for various artists and well himself.

Yes, he did sing for himself and I present here one such song composed and also sung by him.

I have no words to express my happiness in writing this post and introducing the song composed as well as sung by Anil Biswas to the blog. The immense gratitude to Atul ji and Sudhir ji for giving me yet another opportunity to write goes without saying.

This solo song is from the film ‘Ek Hi Raasta’ (1939). Only one of the potential twelve songs in the film has been posted on the blog so far and this is only the second song from the film to be posted.

To conclude the post, I once again congratulate Atul ji and Sudhir ji on this stupendous achievement of one decade of existence of the blog. There is a long way to go and many more milestones to be achieved. As we complete one decade of existence and march into the second, then to silver jubilee and beyond, the journey itself has become the destination for Atulites.

Long live the music of vintage and golden era, long live the passion of Atulites and long live the longevity of the blog. 🙂


Song – Bhai Hum Pardesi Log Hamen Kaun Jaane  (Ek Hi Raasta) (1939) Singer – Anil Biswas, Lyrics – Pt Indra Chandra, MD – Anil Biswas

Lyrics

bhai hum pardesi log
hamen kaun jaane
o bhai hum pardesi log
hamen kaun jaane
na koi apna na koi apni..ee..ee
sabhi paraaye log
na koi apna na koi apni
sabhi paraye log
hamen kaun pehchane re  
bhai hum pardesi log
hamen kaun pehchane re
bhai hum pardesi log  
hamen kaun jaane
 
khud hi rijhaaen khud man jaaen
chaahe ramaaye jog
khud hi rijhaaen khud man jaaen
chaahe ramaaye jog
chaahe bane diwaane re bhai
chaahe bane diwaane re bhai
hum pardesi log  
hamen kaun jaane
 
sab se milte phir bhi akele..ey..ey
sab se milte phir bhi akele..ey..ey
apne dil ka rog  
apne dil ka rog
koi kya jaane re bhai
koi kya jaane re  
bhai hum pardesi log  
hamen kaun jaane
o bhai hum pardesi log
hamen kaun jaane  
na koi apna na koi apni
sabhi paraaye log
na koi apna na koi apni
sabhi paraaye log
hamen kaun pehchane re
bhai hum pardesi log
hamen kaun pehchaane re
bhai hum pardesi log
hamen kaun jaane
o bhai hum pardesi lo..o..ogg

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Devnagri script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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भई हम परदेसी लोग
हमें कौन जाने
ओ भई हम परदेसी लोग
हमें कौन जाने
ना कोई अपना ना कोई अपनी॰॰ई॰॰ई
सभी पराये लोग
ना कोई अपना ना कोई अपनी
सभी पराये लोग
हमें कौन पहचाने रे
भई हम परदेसी लोग
हमें कौन पहचाने रे
भई हम परदेसी लोग
हमें कौन जाने

खुद ही रिझाएँ खुद मन जाएँ
चाहे रमाएं जोग
खुद ही रिझाएँ खुद मन जाएँ
चाहे रमाएं जोग
चाहे बने दीवाने रे भाई
चाहे बने दीवाने रे भाई
हम परदेसी लोग
हमें कौन जाने

सबसे मिलते फिर भी अकेले॰॰ए॰॰ए
सबसे मिलते फिर भी अकेले॰॰ए॰॰ए
अपने दिल का रोग
अपने दिल का रोग
कोई क्या जाने रे भाई
कोई क्या जाने रे
भई हम परदेसी लोग
हमें कौन जाने
ओ भई हम परदेसी लोग
हमें कौन जाने
ना कोई अपना ना कोई अपनी
सभी पराये लोग
ना कोई अपना ना कोई अपनी
सभी पराये लोग
हमें कौन पहचाने रे
भई हम परदेसी लोग
हमें कौन पहचाने रे
भई हम परदेसी लोग
हमें कौन जाने
ओ भई हम परदेसी लो॰॰ओ॰॰ओग


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Blog Day : 3609 Post No. : 14394

“Durga Pooja”(1962), not to be confused with “Durga Pooja”(1954), was a bhakti pradhan movie which was produced and directed by Adarsh for Adarshlok, Bombay. The movie had Jaimala, Anant Kumar, Hiralal, B M Vyas, Naazi, Mohan Modi, Deepak, Master Raja, Sandeep, Baby Shobha, Champak Lal, Poonam Kapoor, Rehana Zariwala, Lalita etc in it.

The movie had 13 songs in it. Details of songs are not available in HFGK for any of these songs which are all rare songs.

Here is the first song from “Durga Pooja”(1962) to appear in the blog. As mentioned above, singer is not known, but it is clear from the voice that the song is sung by Suman Kalyanpur. Pt Indra Chandra is the lyricist. Music is compose d by Pt Shivram.

Only audio of this song is available. From the lyrics, it can be deduced that a female devotee is praying to goddess Durga requesting her to cause rain to fall on earth where people are suffering from water scarcity. It is the first such song that I am aware of where Goddess Durga is asked for something which is not in her jurisdiction. 🙂 Causing rainfall falls under(pun uninted) Lord Indra, but the devotee is apparently not aware about the distribution of portfolios among various gods and goddesses. 🙂

With this song, “Durga Pooja”(1962) makes its debut in the blog. And rather appropriately, this song makes it to the blog on a day (5 june 2018) which is being observed as “World Environment Day”.


Baadal se jal barsa dharti ki pyaas bujha(Durga Pooja)(1962) Singer-Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics-Pt Indra, MD-Shivram

Lyrics

o o o o
neeche to dharti jaley
gagan jaley
bin neer
jagdambe tere bina
kaun hare jag peer
hey ambe jagdambe
hey ambe

baadal se jal barsa
dharti ki pyaas bujha
kaam hai mera
naam hai tera
donon ki baat bana
o o o o
baadal se jal barsa
dharti ki pyaas bujha

pade kaleje pe lahraake
din sab(?) sunsaan
sookhe taal talaiyya saare
gaaye kaun malhaar aar
meghon ko maiyya bula
baadal se jal barsa
kaam hai mera
naam hai tera
donon ki baat bana
o o o
baadal se jal barsa
dharti ki pyaas bujha

aaj laaj tere haat
baat mat jaane de meri
meri baat kya baat to jaayegi meri
paani ke teer chala
baadal se jal barsa
kaam hai mera
naam hai tera
donon ki baat bana
o o o
baadal se jal barsa
dharti ki pyaas bujha

gagan ghata ghan ghor
shor chahoon oar
umad kar baadal aane de
pyaasi dharti ko pila neer
har taal talaiya nadi jheel
saagar bhar jaane de
saagar bhar jaane de
saagar bhar jaane de
hey ambe
jagdambe
hey ambe
jagdambe


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Blog Day : 3609 Post No. : 14393

“Gunsundari”(1948) was directed by Ratibhai Punatkar for Ajit Pictures, Bombay. This “social”movie had Nirupa Roy, Manhar Desai, Dulari, Chhagan Romeo, Saraswati, Babu Raje, Jalejar Reutor, Kamlesh Thakkar, Nazeera, Ibrahim, Chandramukhi, Master Pransukh etc in it.

The movie had 14 songs in it that were composed by three music directors viz. Bulo C Rani, Hansraj Bahl and Avinsh Vyas.

Three songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fourth song from “Gunsundari”(1948) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Geeta Dutt. Pt Indra Chandra is the lyricist. The music director of this song is not known even though there were three music directors in the movie.

Only the audio of the song is available. The song is a fun song where a devrani (husband’s younger sister) teases her bhaabhi and exhorts her to be modern in her outlook. The list of things that made an Indian lady look modern in 1948 makes for interesting reading.

Here is this fun song from “Gunsundari”(1948). I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song. I also request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the music director of this song. My guess is that it could be Avinash Vyas.


Song-Bhaabhi o bhaabhi (Gunsundari)(1948) Singer-Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Pt Indra Chandra

Lyrics

bhaabhi o bhaabhi
bhaabhi o bhaabhi
badlo thhoda thhoda rang
chalo fashion ke sang
chalo fashion ke sang
bhaabhi o bhaabhi
badlo thhoda thhoda rang
chalo fashion ke sang
chalo fashion ke sang

baanki curly zulf banaao
honthon pe laali lagaao
baanki curly zulf banaao
honthon pe laali lagaao
chapti chappal chaal bigaade
oonchi aedi ke boot mangaao
chapti chappal chaal bigaade
chapti chappal chaal bigaade
oonchi aedi ke boot mangaao
badlo chaal dhang
chalo fashion ke sang
chalo fashion ke sang
badlo thhoda thhoda rang
bhaabhi o bhaabhi
badlo thhoda thhoda rang
chalo fashion ke sang
chalo fashion ke sang

kitni badi lagaai bindiya
kyun pahni paayaliya
kitni badi lagaai bindiya
kyun pahni paayaliya
jheeni jheeni pade chunariya
jheeni jheeni pade chunariya
sagri dega batiyaan
kuchh laao naye ka rang
chalo fashion ke sang
chalo fashion ke sang
badlo thhoda thhoda rang
bhaabhi o bhaabhi
badlo thhoda thhoda rang
chalo fashion ke sang
chalo fashion ke sang

kuchh nakhre kuchh latak matak ho
kuchh masti nainan mein
kuchh nakhre kuchh latak matak ho
kuchh masti nainan mein
laakh adaayen
??
laakh adaayen
??
is tirchhi chitwan mein
tab chadhe piya pe rang
chalo fashion ke sang
chalo fashion ke sang
badlo thhoda thhoda rang
bhaabhi o bhaabhi
badlo thhoda thhoda rang
chalo fashion ke sang
chalo fashion ke sang


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Blog Day : 3597 Post No. : 14355

Today (24 may 2018) is the 25th rememberance day of Bulo C Rani (6 may 1920-24 may 1993). He is one of several artists, many of the music directors whose birth as well as remembrance days fall in the same month.

On this occasion, here is a song from “Dharti”(1946) as a tribute to Bulo C Rani.

“Dharti”(1946) was directed by Manibhai Vyas and it had Mumtaz Shanti, Trilok Kapoor, Padma Banerji, Vikram Kapoor, Baby Anwari, Sheikh Hussain, Pandit Iqbal, Jugal Kishore, Lakshman, Mustafa, Leela Shinde, and Tipnis.

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

Here is the second song from “Dharti”(1946) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Mohantara Talpade. Lyrics are by Pandit Indra Chandra. Music is composed by Bulo C Rani.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song which sounds like a meera bhajan.


Song-Roothh gaye mose manmohan ab saawan ko kya karoon (Dharti)(1946) Singer-Mohantara Talpade, Lyrics-Pt Indra Chandra, MD-Bulo C Rani

Lyrics

rooth gaye mose manmohan
ab saawan ko kya karoon
rooth gaye mose manmohan
ab saawan ko kya karoon
chhod chale mohe madhusudan
ab madhuwan ko kya karoon
chhod chale mohe madhusudan
ab madhuwan ko kya karoon
mor papeeha koyal bairan
mor papeeha koyal bairan jali ko aur jalaaye re
jali ko aur jalaaye re
birhan aansu ki jamuna mein
birahan aansu ki jamuna mein pal pal doobi jaaye re
pal pal doobi jaaye re
raakh hui jal jal kar un bin
ab chandan ko kya karoon
raakh hui jal jal kar un bin
ab chandan ko kya karoon

gagan pe chanda jug jug jhaanke
gagan pe chanda jug jug jhaanke
sheetal aangan gaaye re
sheetal aangan gaaye re
kunj gali mein vyaakkul birhan
kunj gali mein vyaakul birhan
ang ang murjhaaye re
ang ang murjhaaye re
main to hoon sajan ki jogan
ghar aangan ko kya karoon
main to hun sajan ki jogan
ghar aangan ko kya karoon
rooth gaye mose manmohan
ab saawan ko kya karoon


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