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Today (20 November 2021) is the birthday of Minu Purushottam (DoB 20 November 1944). She made her debut in Hindi movies in 1963 with “Tajmahal”(1963), under the music direction of Roshan. The song was Naa naa naa re haath na lagaana , a duet alongwith Suman Kalyanpur. The lilting song from “Ye Raat Phir Na aayegi”(1966), Huzoorewaala jo ho izaajat , a duet with Asha Bhonsle, is quite a popular song to this day. Both songs incidentally were picturised on Helen and Madhumati (Helen clone).

Though overshadowed by the bigger name playback singers, she still has sung songs that were popular on their days. Unable to make much headway in Hindi movies, she switched over to non film songs. Later, she migrated to USA and lived there at Houston where she taught music.

On the occasion of her birthday, here is a song from “Qasam”(1976). This movie was directed by Ramesh Bedi for Kunwar Films Bombay. The movie had Radha Saluja, Satish Kaul, Laxmi Chhaya, Ranjeet, Nana Palsikar, Chandrashekhar, Vasti, Mohan Sherry, Junior Mehmood, Paintal, Ravi Kumar, Renu, Sukhbeer Kaur, Pratap, Darshan, Master Avinash, Baby Geeta etc in it.

This “social” movie had six songs in it. Two of these songs were duts sung by Minu Purushottam and Rafi.

Here is one of these songs. The song is penned by Mahendra Dehalvi. Music is composed by Surinder Kohli.

A poor quality partial video of the song is available. It shows that the song is picturised on Laxmi Chhaayaa ( I hope I have identified her correctly) and Ranjeet (villain in Hindi movies those days). I request our knowledgeable readers to help confirm/ refute my identification of the lady in the picturisation.

The audio contains the full song. The lady asks her lover to take her to Kashmir, or at least to nearby Chandigarh or Amritsar, but her lover is so ridiculously “kanjoos” that he would not agree to take her out of the village. 🙂

With this fogotten song, which is quite hummable to listen to, “Qasam”(1976) makes its debut in the blog.

Video partial

Audio (Full)


Song-Tu mera Raanjha main teri heer ve (Qasam)(1976) Singers-Minu Purushottam, Rafi, Lyrics-Mahendra Dehalvi, MD-Surendra Kohli

Lyrics

ho raanjhiyaa
ho o

tu mera raanjha main teri heer ve ae ae ae ae
tu mera raanjha main teri heer ve
arre chal abke le chal mujhko kashmir ve
arre chal abke le chal mujhko kashmir ve
achcha
main tera raanjha tu meri heer ni ee ee ee
main tera raanjha tu meri heer ni
arree chal kheto me dikhla doon kashmir ni
arree chal kheto me dikhla doon kashmir ni

tere khet mein roop ki chaandi
kahin pighal na jaaye
sone jaisi meri jawaani
dhoop mein dhal na jaaye
gar kashmir nahin to mujhko
aur kahin le jaa re
jeth maheene ki garmi mein ae
jaan nikal na jaaye
tu mera majnu main teri laila ve ae ae ae
tu mera majnu main teri laila ve
are chandigadh ki sair kara de chhaila ve
are chandigadh ki sair kara de chhaila ve
chandigadh mein kya rakha
chal bag ki sair kara doon
pagdi ke palle se tujhko
thhandi thandi hawa du
chandigadh kashmir hai kya
jo dil ki nazar se dekhe
apni aankhon mein tujhko
saari duniya dikhla doon
tu meri shirin main tera farhaad ni ee ee
tu meri shirin main tera farhaad ni
areee pyaar se apne ghar ko kar aabaad ni
arree pyaar se apne ghar ko kar aabaad ni

ho raanjhiyaa
ho o

chikni chupdi baaton se
na yoon mujhko behla re
jaan gayi tujhko
mujhse mat jhootha pyaar jata re
shirin ki khatir farhad ne
doodh ke nahar nikali
tu kis boote pe aashik banta hai
ye batla re
tu mera punnu main teri kashti ve ae ae ae
tu mera punnu main teri kashti ve
arre chal pilwa de amritsar ki lassi ve
arre chal pilwa de amritsar ki lassi ve
arre chal
lassi ka tu naam jo legi
to khaayegi danda
chal kunwe pe chalke pila doon
paani thanda thanda
tu kho gayi shahar mein
tujh bin haal mera kya hoga
koi kanwaara kahega mujhko
koi kahega randa
tu meri sohni main tera mahiwaal ni ee ee ee
tu meri sohni main tera mahiwaal ni
arree rah gaanv mein shahar ka
chhod khayaal ni

nahin
arree rah gaanv mein shahar ka chhod khayaal ni
nahin baba
arree rah gaanv mein shahar ka chhod khayaal ni
arree nahin baba
ari rah gaanv mein shahar ka chhod khayal ni


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.

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