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Posts Tagged ‘Ravi


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Blog Day : 3782 Post No. : 14763

“Dulhan”(1958) was produced by A A Nadiadwala and directed by V M Vyas for Pushpa Pictures, Bombay. This “social” movie had Nirupa Roy, Rajkumar, Bhagwan, Nanda, Jageerdaar, Sheila Kashmiri, Manorama, Agha, Jeewan, Indira Bansal, Munshi Munaqqa, Maqbool, Iqbal, Kanchan, Ansari, Moti (the dog) etc in it.

The movie had nine songs in it. Four songs from the movie have been covered in the blog.

Here is the fifth song from “Dulhan”(1958) to appear in the blog. This song is a duet sung by Shamshad Begam and Rafi. P L Santoshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ravi.

The song is sung in a rock and roll style (which was quite popular in India at that time. The song is picturised as a club dance song. One can see Bhagwan lip syncing in Rafi’s voice. I am unable to identify the lady who lip syncs in Shamshad Begam’s voice. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify her.

With this song, the blog now has 4800 songs from the decade of 1950s (1951 to 1960), which is easily the most well represented decade in the blog.


Song-Mere gore gore gaal (Dulhan)(1958) Singers-Shamshad Begam, Rafi, Lyrics-P L Santoshi, MD-Ravi
Both
Bhagwaan

Lyrics

yaa hoo

mere gore gore gaal
mere kaale kaale baal
mera husn laajawaab
meri ada bemisaal
that’s all
o tere neele neele nain
tere meethhe meethhe bain
loote mere dil ka chain
kya kahoon main dil ka haal

that’s all
mere gore gore gaal
mere kaale kaale baal
mera husn laajawab
meri ada bemisaal

husn waale kahte nahin kitne hum hain haseen
apne husn per unhen hota nahin hai yakeen
o husn vaale kahte nahin kitne hum hai haseen
apne husan pe unhe hota nahin hai yakeen
poochhe kaun husn ko na ishq ki jo shah mile
poochhe kaun husn ko na ishq ki jo shah mile
chaahne valo ki nazar ka hai ye sab kamaal

that’s all
mere gore gore gaal
mere kaale kaale baal
mera husn laajawaab
meri ada bemisaal
that’s all
o tere neele neele nain
tere meethhe meethhe bain
loote mere dil ka chain
kya kahoon main dil ka haal

pahle kisi but pe kabhi marna nahin chaahiye
mar gaye to shor kabhi karna nahin chaahiye
pahle kisi but pe kabhi marna nahin chaahiye
mar gaye to shor kabhi karna nahin chaahiye
aaye thhe ye ban ke chacha majnu farhaad ke
laila
haaye laila

aaye thhe ye ban ke chacha majnu farhaad ke
kuchh na ban pada to kahen that’s all
that’s all
that’s all
o tere neele neele nain
tere meethhe meethhe bain
loote mere dil ka chain
kya kahoon main dil ka haal

that’s all
mere gore gore gaal
mere kaale kaale baal
mera husn laajawaab
meri ada bemisaal
that’s all
tere gore gore gaal

that’s all
tere kaale kaale baal
that’s all
tera husn laajawaab
that’s all
teri ada bemisaal
that’s all

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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 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 : 3523 Post No. : 14151

Mohammed Rafi – Duets – ‘अ’  से  ‘ह’ तक  (From ‘अ’ to ‘ह’) – 8
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/ औ, ऋ /

‘क’ – कहिए कैसा मिज़ाज है आपका

ना जाने कौन ये आवाज़ देता है॰ ॰ ॰

The sounds of his voice keep reverberating in the valleys of the mind – the voice that carries a million musical memories of an entire lifetime, unforgettable.

Today’s song in this series is a delightful exchange of young hearts in love. The film is ‘Salaam Memsaab’ from 1961. On screen, the song is performed by a very young Subiraj, and a very enchanting Kum Kum. It is always such a joy to watch Kum Kum on screen with that scintillating smile and the twinkle in the eyes that goes along with it. In a chirpy naughty mood, her expressions and her movements are such a pleasure to see. However, in this clip, I must say, her dance movements are just the typical signature dance steps of Bhagwan. Now Bhagwan is also in this film, and it is a matter of conjecture whether he had some say in the choreography and songs picurization. Maybe he did, the steps in this clip are so very much Bhagwan.

The film is produced by an entity that is called the Young Technicians Unit – Baria Films, and is directed by K Parvez. The star cast is listed as

Kumkum, Subiraj, KN Singh, Sheikh, Bhagwan, Meena, Wasi Khan, Arvind Kumar, Ahmed Patni, S Malik, Bir, and Naazi. Music for this film is composed by Ravi. The eight songs in this film are written by four songwriters – Asad Bhopali, SH Bihari, Priyadarshi and Qamar Jalaalabaadi. This particular song is from the pen of Asad Bhopali.

The singing voices are of Rafi Sb and Asha Bhosle. The song is a lover’s tete-a-tete with the young Subiraj pursuing Kum Kum. At first, he is responsible for making her fall, then he tries to appease her by asking her “कहिए कैसा मिजाज है॰॰॰”.

A fun song, that is also such a wonderful melodious memory from the radio listening days. Listen and enjoy.

Song – Kahiye Kaisa Mizaaj Hai Aapka (Salaam Memsaab) (1961) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Asad Bhopali, MD – Ravi
Mohammed Rafi + Asha Bhosle

Lyrics

kahiye kaisa mizaaj hai aapka
hum se kya vaasta hai janaab ka
arey arey aap to bigadne lagey
nahin nahin aapko samajhne lagey
o kahiye kaisa mizaaj hai aapka
hum se kya vaasta hai janaab ka
arey arey aap to bigadne lagey
nahin nahin aapko samajhne lagey
o kahiye kaisa mizaaj hai aapka

jis din se pyaar hua
dil beqaraar hua
jeena dushvaar hua teri kasam
jis din se pyaar hua
dil beqaraar hua
jeena dushvaar hua teri kasam
yun na sataaya karo
dil na jalaaya karo
kasmen na khaaya karo jhoothe sanam
tera deewaana hoon teri kasam
kya bharosa hai mardon ki zaat ka
kya iraada hai aakhir janaab ka
arey arey aap to bigadne lagey
nahin nahin aapko samajhne lagey
kahiye kaisa mizaaj hai aapka

nazron ne jaan liya
dil ne pehchaan liya
lo hum ne maan liya apna tumhen
nazron ne jaan liya
dil ne pehchaan liya
lo hum ne maan liya apna tumhen
mushkil se baat bani
dil ko bas hai ye khushi
tumne samjha to sahi apna mujhe
dekho ji aise na dekho hamen
o saara jhagdha tha itni si baat ka
hum se kya vaasta hai janaab ka
arey arey aap to bigadne lagey
nahin nahin aapko samajhne lagey
o kahiye kaisa mizaaj hai aapka

ye rut ye pyaara samaan
dil ki duniya hai jawaan
ye baaten roz kahaan jaane wafaa
ye rut ye pyaara samaan
dil ki duniya hai jawaan
ye baaten roz kahaan jaane wafaa
aise mein dil bhi mera
masti mein jhoom utha
halka halka sa nasha chhaane laga
ab zindagi ka mazaa aane laga
kahiye kaisa mizaaj hai aapka
hum se kya vaasta hai janaab ka
arey arey aap to bigadne lagey
nahin nahin aapko samajhne lagey
kahiye kaisa mizaaj hai aapka
hum se kya vaasta hai janaab ka

aaa aaa aaaa aaaaa
ho ooo ooo ooo ooo ooo
aaa aaa aaaa aaaaa
ho ooo ooo ooo ooo ooo
aaa aaa aaaa aaaaa
ho ooo ooo ooo ooo ooo

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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कहिए कैसा मिज़ाज है आपका
हमसे क्या वास्ता है जनाब का
अरे अरे आप तो बिगड़ने लगे
नहीं नहीं आपको समझने लगे
ओ कहिए कैसा मिज़ाज है आपका
हमसे क्या वास्ता है जनाब का
अरे अरे आप तो बिगड़ने लगे
नहीं नहीं आपको समझने लगे
ओ कहिए कैसा मिज़ाज है आपका

जिस दिन से प्यार हुआ
दिल बेक़रार हुआ
जीना दुश्वार हुआ तेरी कसम
जिस दिन से प्यार हुआ
दिल बेक़रार हुआ
जीना दुश्वार हुआ तेरी कसम
यूं ना सताया करो
दिल ना जलाया करो
कसमें ना खाया करो झूठे सनम
तेरा दीवाना हूँ तेरी कसम
क्या भरोसा है मर्दों की ज़ात का
क्या इरादा है आखिर जनाब का
अरे अरे आप तो बिगड़ने लगे
नहीं नहीं आपको समझने लगे
कहिए कैसा मिज़ाज है आपका

नज़रों ने जान लिया
दिल ने पहचान लिया
लो हमने मान लिया अपना तुम्हें
नज़रों ने जान लिया
दिल ने पहचान लिया
लो हमने मान लिया अपना तुम्हें
मुश्किल से बात बनी
दिल को है बस ये खुशी
तुमने समझा तो सही अपना मुझे
देखो जी ऐसे नहीं देखो हमें
ओ सारा झगड़ा था इतनी से बात का
हम से क्या वास्ता है जनाब का
अरे अरे आप तो बिगड़ने लगे
नहीं नहीं आपको समझने लगे
कहिए कैसा मिज़ाज है आपका

ये रुत ये प्यारा समां
दिल की दुनिया है जवां
ये बातें रोज़ कहाँ जान ए वफा
ये रुत ये प्यारा समां
दिल की दुनिया है जवां
ये बातें रोज़ कहाँ जान ए वफा
ऐसे में दिल भी मेरा
मस्ती में झूम उठा
हल्का हल्का सा नशा छाने लगा
अब ज़िंदगी का मज़ा आने लगा
कहिए कैसा मिज़ाज है आपका
हमसे क्या वास्ता है जनाब का
अरे अरे आप तो बिगड़ने लगे
नहीं नहीं आपको समझने लगे
कहिए कैसा मिज़ाज है आपका
हमसे क्या वास्ता है जनाब का

आss आss आsss आssss
हो ओs ओs ओs ओs ओs
आss आss आsss आssss
हो ओs ओs ओs ओs ओs
आss आss आsss आssss
हो ओs ओs ओs ओs ओs


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Blog Day : 3500 Post No. : 14062

“Raakhi” (1962) was produced by Siva H Ganeshan and it directed by a Bhimsingh for Prabhuram Pictures, Madras. The movie had Ashok Kumar, Waheeda Rehman, Pradeep Kumar, Mehmood, Ameeta, Malika, Lalita Pawar, Raj Mehra, Randhir, Madan Puri, Shivraj, Mohan Choti, Umesh Sharma etc in it.

This movie had one theme song dedicated to the festival of Rakhi. But other songs of the movie were more or less wedding related songs. So “Shaadi” could have been as good a title as any for this movie. 🙂 One movie of this titles was actually made that year, so may be the makers of this movie were forced to use an alternative title. 🙂

The movie had eight songs in it. Seven of these songs have been covered in the past. Here are their details.

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Sainyya chhod de bainyya 3163 1-Nov-10
Sitaaron aaj to ham bhi tumhaare saath jaayenge 5411 7-Feb-12
Ya meri manzil bata ya zindagi ko chheen le 5772 11-Apr-12
Raakhi dhaagon ka tyohaar 6353 2-Aug-12
Dekho mehnat se daulat ki yaari 9091 3-Dec-13
Ae ishq teri jai ho 9105 6-Dec-13
Baabul choot chala tera angna 14046 11-Feb-18

Here is the eighth and final song from “Raakhi” (1962) to appear in the blog. This song is a post wedding song sung from nanad’s point of view. The song is sung by Lata. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ravi.

The song is lip synced by Waheeda Rehman playing nanad for Ameeta playing the bhaabhi married to Ashok Kumar.

The audio version of the song differs somewhat from the video version towards the last few lines.

With this song, “Raakhi” (1962) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.

Video


Song-Kab tak bol gori aise sharmaayegi (Raakhi)(1962) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Ravi

Lyrics

kab tak bol gori aise sharmaayegi
ab yahi ghar tera aur kahaan jaayegi
ab yahi ghar tera aur kahaan jaayegi
kab tak bol gori aise sharmaayegi
ab yahi ghar tera aur kahaan jaayegi
ab yahi ghar tera aur kahaan jaayegi

laaya nahin bhaiyya mera tujhko bhagaay ke
laaya nahin bhaiyya mera tujhko bhagaay ke
chaar kahaar laaye doliya uthhaai ke
chaar kahaar laaye doliya uthhaai ke
kab tak rakhegi ye mukhda chhupaaye ke
kab tak rakhegi ye mukhda chhupaaye ke
aaj nahin to kal aankhiyaan milaayegi
ab yahi ghar tera aur kahaan jaayegi
ab yahi ghar tera aur kahaan jaayegi
kab tak bol gori aise sharmaayegi
ab yahi ghar tera aur kahaan jaayegi
aur kahaan jaayegi

kabhi na sataana mere bhole bhaale veer ko
kabhi na sataana mere bhole bhaale veer ko
meri maa ke sapnon ki is tasveer ko
meri maa ke sapnon ki is tasveer ko
chaar chaand lagen bhaabhi teri taqdeer ko
chaar chaand lagen bhaabhi teri taqdeer ko
teri nanad sada gun tere gaayegi
ab yahi ghar tera aur kahaan jaayegi
ab yahi ghar tera aur kahaan jaayegi
kab tak bol gori aise sharmaayegi
ab yahi ghar tera aur kahaan jaayegi
ab yahi ghar tera aur kaha jaayegi


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Blog Day : 3495 Post No. : 14046

“Raakhi” (1962) was produced by Siva H Ganeshan and directed by a Bhimsingh for Prabhuram Pictures, Madras. The movie had Ashok Kumar, Waheeda Rehman, Pradeep Kumar, Mehmood, Ameeta, Malika, Lalita Pawar, Raj Mehra, Randhir, Madan Puri, Shivraj, Mohan Choti, Umesh Sharma etc in it.

This archtypically melodramatic movie had one theme song dedicated to the festival of Rakhi, but other songs from the movie were apparently all wedding songs of different nature- viz from the point of view of the bride, from the point of view of the sister in law etc.

Here is the “baabul ka chhootna” genre of wedding song from “Raakhi” (1962). The song is sung by Lata. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricidt. Music is composed by Ravi. This lyricist-Music director duo have given us several great wedding songs, and this song is one of them.

The song is picturised as a background bidaai song as Waheeda Rehman, after being married off to Pradeep Kumar is deparing in a doli, looked on by Ashok Kumar, playing dulhan ka bhai.


Song-Baabul chhoot chala tera angna (Raakhi)(1962) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Ravi

Lyrics

Baabul chhoot chala tera angna
Baabul chhoot chala tera angna
le ke chali tan saja sajaaya
chhod chali man apna
Baabul chhoot chala tera angna
Baabul chhoot chala tera angna

haath huye kya peele mere
ho gayi main to paraayi
haath huye kya peele mere
ho gayi main to paraayi
shahnaayi ki goonj mein kho gayi
baabul meri duhaayi
dil bhi mera tab tab dhadke
jab jab khanke kangna
Baabul chhoot chala tera angna
Baabul chhoot chala tera angna
le ke chali tan saja sajaaya
chhod chali man apna
Baabul chhoot chala tera angna
Baabul chhoot chala tera angna

jis angna mein bhaiyya ke sang
bachpan mera khela
jis angna mein bhaiyya ke sang
bachpan mera khela
us angna mein aaj khada hai
bhaiyya mera akela
jaagti aankhon dekh raha hai
mere sukh ka sapna
Baabul chhoot chala tera angna
Baabul chhoot chala tera angna
le ke chali tan saja sajaaya
chhod chali man apna
Baabul chhoot chala tera angna
Baabul chhoot chala tera angna


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Blog Day : 3483 Post No. : 13991

“Nai Maa” (1960) was produced by A A Nadiadwala and directed by P L Santoshi for Pushpa Pictures, Bombay. This “social” movie had Balraj Sahni, Shyama, Peace Kanwal, Maruti, Bela, Daisy Irani, Rani, Niranjan Sharma, Maqbool, Jilani, Kathana, Shiv Kumar in it.

The movie had ten songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Nai Maa” (1960) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ravi.

Only the audio of the song is available. It sounds like a mujra song.

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

With this song, “Nai Maa” (1960) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Maseeha ban ke beemaaron ko kis pe chhod jaate ho (Nai Maa)(1960) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Ravi

Lyrics

maana ke wafa aap zara bhi nahin karte
par aise to mehfil se uthha bhi nahin karte
beemaar dil e yaar hai muddat se tumhaara
tum kaise maseeha ho dawa bhi nahin karte

haay haay
maseeha ban ke beemaaron ko kis pe chhod jaate ho
maseeha ban ke beemaaron ko kis pe chhod jaate ho
maseeha ban ke beemaaron ko kis pe chhod jaate ho
arre tasalli bhi diye jaate ho
dil bhi tod jaate ho
tasalli bhi diye jaate ho
dil bhi tod jaate ho

hum badhen betaab ho kar
aap len daaman bacha
koi apni jaan de
aur aap dikhlaayen ada
aa aa aa
ja rahe ho jaao
par ik baar mud kar dekh lo o
gham hai aankhon mein
labon se aa rahi hai ye sada
maseeha ban ke beemaaron ko kis pe chhod jaate ho

ik zara thahro
ye hasrat ki nazar bhi dekh lo
dard e dil bhi dekh lo
dard e jigar bhi dekh lo
kaam ban jaaye hamaara
ik nazar ki baat hai
kya bigadta hai tumhaara
jo idhar bhi dekh lo
aji suniye
maseeha ban ke beemaaron ko kis pe chhod jaate ho
tasalli bhi diye jaate ho
dil bhi tod jaate ho


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Blog Day : 3477 Post No. : 13972

“Gauri” (1968) was produced by Sivaji Ganeshan and directed by A Bhimsingh for Sivaji Films Production, Madras. The movie had Sunil Dutt, Nutan, Sanjeev Kumar, Mumtaz, Rajendra Nath, Laxmi Chhaya, Urmila Bhatt, Leela Mishra, Ashim Kumar, Shivraj, Randhir, Shyamlal, Umesh Sharma, Sheikh, Rajendra Dara, Om Prakash etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Five of them have been covered in the past.
Five songs from the movie have been discussed in the past. Here are their details:

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Dil mera tumhaari adaayen le gayin 6048 4-Jun-12
Baaj ri mori paayaliya 7535 21-Feb-13
Mor boley chakor boley 8723 18-Sep-13
Pehle wafa ka apni yaqeen to dilaaiye 8729 19-Sep-13
Log to mar kar jalte honge 13364 24-Jun-17

Here is the sixth and final song from “Gauri”(1968) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Rafi. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ravi.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song. My guess is that it is icturised as a background song.

With this song, “Gauri”(1968) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Zindagi ki raahon mein…main akela jaa raha thha (Gauri)(1968) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Ravi

zindagi ki raahon mein
maut muskuraati hai
jaagne ki koshish mein
neend aayi jaati hai

Main akela jaa raha thha
kya khabar thhi mere peechhe
hai ghamon ka kaarwaan
Main akela jaa raha thha
kya khabar thhi mere peechhe
hai ghamon ka kaarwaan

pyaar maanga
pyaar paaya
do ghadi ke waaste
uljhanon ka haar pehna
dosti ke waaste
na main apna ban saka
aur na kisi ka ho saka
hai ajab meri daastaan
hai ajab meri daastaan
Main akela jaa raha thha
kya khabar thhi mere peechhe
hai ghamon ka kaarwaan

farz ka ye zahar kab tak
ae zamaane main piyoon
bebasi ki qaid mein
ae zindagi kaise jiyoon
aasmaan begaana thhahra
aur zameen bhi ajnabi
aur zameen bhi ajnabi
kaun hai mera yahaan
kaun hai mera yahaan
kaun hai mera yahaan
kaun hai mera yahaan


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 : 3468 Post No. : 13923

Now, none of the regulars can say they have not heard this song. In a film that boasts of more than one song that competes for the title of the best song in the film, this song surely is one of the best songs in this film. Wow – that sure is saying something for the quality of songs of this film. In 1962, music director Ravi has been active as an independent music director for about seven years now, and he already has about 30 films behind him, that he has composed for. His films include such notable hits as ‘Ek Saal’ (1957), ‘Dilli Ka Thug’ (1958), ‘Ghar Sansaar’ (1958), ‘Chaudhvin Ka Chaand’ (1960), ‘Ghunghat’ (1960), ‘Gharaana’ (1961), ‘Modern Girl’ (1961), ‘Bombay Ka Chor’ (1962) and many more. And then in 1962, out comes this Shammi Kapoor, Shakila, Helen starrer called ‘China Town’ – and the popular response is “Baar Baar Dekho, Hazaar Baar Dekho”. Oh yes, the songs of this film – one just does not feel done with them, no matter how many times you have heard them.

Produced and directed by Shakti Samant, the cast of actors includes such notables – Shammi Kapoor, Shakila, Helen, Madan Puri, SN Bannerjee, Keshav Rana, TunTun, Rashid Khan, Polson, Samson, Shetty, Jeevankala, Mridula and about twenty more names.  Songwriter of all the eight songs in this film is Majrooh Sultanpuri, and the music, already mentioned, is by Ravi.

Eight songs in all, seven of which have already been showcased on our blog. And we come to the yippeee night for this film, brining on board this last, but not the least, songs of this film. It is a lovely composition, and just by listening to it, even without the visual, the image that comes to mind is – Helen. Ravi has tried to recreate the magic of “Mera Naam Chin Chin Chu” – albeit a slower pace, and has done a great composition.

But wait. What is this that I discover? The song that we have always heard in the film, and also as generally available in most uploads – goodness that song is missing from the listings in Geet Kosh. This question took up most of my time today afternoon and evening. I must admit that either I have been forgetful, or plain ignorant. Other folks may already know this, but this song has two versions, which, as I discovered after some leg work on the internet and searching my own collection, are quite different from each other, in terms of wordings. The tune and the melody is exactly the same but the words are noticeably different.

The Geet Kosh listing shows the title of this song as “Laakhon Haseenon Se Hai Gulzar China Town”. But as we play the video clip of this film, this song appears as the film beginning song, with the title line changed to “Rangeen Bahaaron Se Hai Gulzar China Town”. This latter version is the one that is the most available in all the searches one makes online. It is almost as if the former version does not exist. I checked in my collection, and am relieved to find that I have both versions in the folder of this film. And then, with some more intense search online, I am finally also able to locate a Sa Re Ga Ma upload, which is the “Laakhon Haseenon” waala version. The upload comment specifically states that this recording is from the vinyl record prepared from the sound track. There is some error here possibly, because the sound track version is “Rangeen Bahaaron Se”. I checked some more and then I am able to locate an Eraksoldies upload of an SLBC (Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corp) program that presents all songs of this film. Knowing this is an SLBC recording, these songs are quite surely from 78 rpm records. And this selection contains the “Laakhon Haseenon” waala version. I checked again in my collection, and sure enough, this version in my collection also is from a 78 rpm recording. So anyways. . .

What may have been the reason to make two versions, is not clear at this time. We know that it was an era that all songs were recorded twice, once for the 78 rpm record, and once for the final sound track. We see many instances that the two versions are different, in that there is either a different antaraa, or an additional antaraa in the sound track version. More noticeably, the difference in the two versions generally is the music – different lengths of preludes and interludes, maybe an extra couplet in the beginning, subtle variations in the music arrangement and the instruments used. However, it is only rarely that we see that there is a considerable variation in the wordings of different lines themselves. It is generally accepted that the 78 rpm version is released first. Also generally that both versions are recorded simultaneously. But yes, there are known cases where these two recordings may have been done at different points in time, as per circumstantial requirements. Recall the song of ‘Chhalia’ (1960) in which the song “Chhalia Mera Naam. . .” was re-recorded for sound track after the censors raised objections to some words in the original recording.

By that logic, it would seem that the “Laakhon Haseenon” waala version is recorded earlier and the “Rangeen Bahaaron Se” version which appears in the sound track was probably done later. The former, 78 rpm version carries two antaraas, and the latter soundtrack version carries three antaraas. And there is a sizeable modifications of words themselves. Now what prompted these wording changes – that needs to be explored. I would request our knowledgeable readers and friends to please add information related to this query.

The earlier songs posted for this film are listed below.

Baar Baar Dekho Hazaar Baar Dekho 617 25-Jan-09
Dekho Ji Ek Baalaa Jogi 3486 2-Feb-11
Yamma Yamma Yamma Tu Parwaana Main Shamma 4858 21-Oct-11
Hum Se Na Poochho Hum Kahaan Chale 11688 24-Dec-15
Ye Rang Na Chhootega Ulfat Ki Nishaani Hai 13586 15-Sep-17
Bada Qaatil Hai Mera Yaar China Chin Chin Chu 13917 14-Jan-18

 

Of the above listed songs, the “Yamma Yamma Yamma. . .” song actually includes two songs, which are listed at nos. 5 and 6 in the Geet Kosh. And the song “Bada Qaatil Hai Mera Yaar. . .” is the song listed at no. 8 in the Geet Kosh.

So we bring to Yippeee land, this most musical film, that started its journey on our blog close to – goodness, nine years. Wow. Maybe one day we shall do an analysis on the patterns in the time taken to bring all songs of a film on board. Maybe it brings out some interesting results.

Enjoy both these “Rangeen Bahaaren” and “Laakhon Haseeen” versions of the song. And welcome ‘China Town’ to Yippeee land. 🙂

[Ed Note: Ah yes, and the titling on the video clip (it is uploaded in the Rajshri channel) is also incorrect. They have captioned the upload as “Thandi Bahaaron Se. . .” whereas it is very clearly heard as ‘Rangeen Bahaaron Se. . .”.]

[Video Version – from Fim Clip]

[Audio Version – from Gramophone Record]

Song – Rangeen Bahaaron Se Hai Gulzaar China Town  (China Town) (1962) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD – Ravi
Chorus

Lyrics

Video Version
rangeen bahaaron se hai gulzar china town

shehar waalon ki shaam e bahaar china town
aa ke to dekho ek baar china town
china town
china town
china town

ho oo
dekho dekho
idhar to dekho
dil ki ye raahen
hawaayen
ye rang raliyaan
ho oo
behki behki
ye mehki mehki
zulfon ki bhaanti
balkhaati
lehraati kaliyaan
nomoshkaar

rangeen bahaaron se hai gulzar china town
shehar waalon ki shaam e bahaar china town
aa ke to dekho ek baar china town
china town
china town
china town

oo oo
chung chung cheena
o chun chun chinna
kehte hain pyaare
ishaare
sambhal ke zara
oo oo
babu aana
par kho na jaana
ye dil ka pyaala
matwaala
na chhalke zara
bo-shu
rangeen bahaaron se hai gulzar china town
shehar waalon ki shaam e bahaar china town
aa ke to dekho ek baar china town
china town
china town
china town

oo oo
kar le baaten
pyaari hain raaten
tujhko duniya se
begaana
ho jaana hai to aa
oo oo
kar le baaten
pyaari hain raaten
tujhko duniya se
begaana
ho jaana hai to aa
aa-shu
rangeen bahaaron se hai gulzar china town
shehar waalon ki shaam e bahaar china town
aa ke to dekho ek baar china town
china town
china town
china town
china town
china town

Audio Version

laakhon haseenon se hai gulzar china town
dil waalon ki hai shaam e bahaar china town
aa ke to dekho ek baar china town
china town
china town
china town

oo oo
chung chung cheena
qaatil haseena
karti hai pyaare
ishaare
sambhal ke zara
oo oo
babu aana
par kho na jaana
ye dil ka pyaala
matwaala
na chhalke zara
bo-shu
laakhon haseenon se hai gulzar china town
dil waalon ki hai shaam e bahaar china town
aa ke to dekho ek baar china town
china town
china town
china town

oo oo
kar le baaten
pyaari hain raaten
tujhko deewaana
mastaana
ho jaana hai to aa
oo oo
khud hai masti
yahaan ki basti
haare alam ko
har gham ko

bhulaana hai to aa
aa-shu
laakhon haseenon se hai gulzar china town
dil waalon ki shaam e bahaar china town
aa ke to dekho ek baar china town

———————————————————
Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
———————————————————
विडियो संस्करण
रंगीं बहारों से है गुलज़ार चाइना टाउन
शहर वालों की शाम ए बहार चाइना टाउन
आ के तो देखो एक बार चाइना टाउन
चाइना टाउन
चाइना टाउन
चाइना टाउन

हो ओ॰॰॰
देखो देखो
इधर तो देखो
दिल कि ये राहें
हवाएँ
ये रंग रलियाँ
हो ओ॰॰॰
बहकी बहकी
ये महकी महकी
ज़ुल्फों की भांति
बलखाती
लहराती कलियाँ
नोमोष्कार

रंगीं बहारों से है गुलज़ार चाइना टाउन
शहर वालों की शाम ए बहार चाइना टाउन
आ के तो देखो एक बार चाइना टाउन
चाइना टाउन
चाइना टाउन
चाइना टाउन

ओ ओ॰॰॰
चुँग चुँग चीना
ओ चुन चुन चिन्ना
कहते हैं प्यारे
इशारे
संभाल के ज़रा
ओ ओ॰॰॰
बाबू आना
पर खो ना जाना
ये दिल का प्याला
मतवाला
ना छलके ज़रा
बो-शू
रंगीं बहारों से है गुलज़ार चाइना टाउन
शहर वालों की शाम ए बहार चाइना टाउन
आ के तो देखो एक बार चाइना टाउन
चाइना टाउन
चाइना टाउन
चाइना टाउन

ओ ओ॰॰॰
कर ले बातें
प्यारी हैं रातें
तुझको दुनिया से
बेगाना
हो जाना है तो आ
ओ ओ॰॰॰
कर ले बातें
प्यारी हैं रातें
तुझको दुनिया से
बेगाना
हो जाना है तो आ
आ-शू
रंगीं बहारों से है गुलज़ार चाइना टाउन
शहर वालों की शाम ए बहार चाइना टाउन
आ के तो देखो एक बार चाइना टाउन
चाइना टाउन
चाइना टाउन
चाइना टाउन
चाइना टाउन
चाइना टाउन

औडियो संस्करण
लाखों हसीनों से है गुलज़ार चाइना टाउन
दिल वालों की है शाम ए बहार चाइना टाउन
आ के तो देखो एक बार चाइना टाउन
चाइना टाउन
चाइना टाउन
चाइना टाउन

ओ ओ॰॰॰
चुँग चुँग चीना
क़ातिल हसीना
करती है प्यारे
इशारे
संभल के ज़रा
ओ ओ॰॰॰
बाबू आना
पर खो ना जाना
ये दिल का प्याला
मतवाला
ना छलके ज़रा
बो-शू
लाखों हसीनों से है गुलज़ार चाइना टाउन
दिल वालों की है शाम ए बहार चाइना टाउन
आ के तो देखो एक बार चाइना टाउन
चाइना टाउन
चाइना टाउन
चाइना टाउन

ओ ओ॰॰॰
कर ले बातें
प्यारी हैं रातें
तुझको दीवाना
मस्ताना
हो जाना है तो आ
ओ ओ॰॰॰
खुद है मस्ती
यहाँ की बस्ती
हारे अलम को
हर ग़म को
भुलाना है तो आ
आ-शू
लाखों हसीनों से है गुलज़ार चाइना टाउन
दिल वालों की है शाम ए बहार चाइना टाउन
आ के तो देखो एक बार चाइना टाउन
चाइना टाउन
चाइना टाउन
चाइना टाउन
चाइना टाउन
चाइना टाउन

 


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Blog Day : 3467 Post No. : 13917

“China Town”(1962) was produced and directed by Shakti Samant for Shakti films, Bombay. The movie had Shammi Kapoor, Shakila, Helen, Madan Puri, S N Bannerji, Mridula, Jeewankala, Gautam Mukherji, Kanu Roy, Shetty, Samson, Keshav, Khursheed, Tuntun, Rasheed Khan, Polson, F C Chang, Khatana, Fazal, Abdul, Lydia, Deendayal, Balaram, Ranjeet Sood, Shamsher Singh, Master aziz, Master Aslam, Aruna, Ram Reddy, Bina, Mauji Singh, B Bannerji, Bhattacharya, Minu, Mohan, Omi etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. Six of these songs have been covered in the blog.

Here is the seventh song from “China Town”(1962) to appear in the blog. This song is a duet sung by Asha Bhonsle and Rafi. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ravi.

The song is sung in qawaali style but it is picturised as a mujra style dance song on a dancer who lip syncs in Asha Bhonsle’s voice whom I am unable to identify as well as on Shammi Kapoor, playing her client, who sings in Rafi’s voice. It seems that Shammi Kapoor is in disguise and is on a spying mission.

I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify the female dancer.

Video

Song-Bada qaatil hai mera yaar china chin chin chu (China Town)(1962) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Rafi, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Ravi

Lyrics

humse mat poochho ke hum kya kar gaye
kis tarah nazron ka daaman bhar gaye
koi inki shokhiyaan dekha kiya
aa aa aa aa
hum to inki saadgi per mar gaye

haaye
alla kasam
o bada qaatil hai mera yaar china chin chin chu
bada qaatil hai mera yaar china chin chin chu
bada qaatil hai mera yaar china chin chin chu

haath mein teer na talwaar china chin hin chu
haath mein teer na talwaar china chin hin chu

haaye ye naaj ki jis naaj pe laila mit jaaye
haaye ye naaj ki jis naaj pe laila mit jaaye
haaye ye husn ki jis husn pe duniya lut jaaye
dil ise dekhe to mushqil hai ki khaamosh rahe
mera jimma hai
kisi ko bhi agar hosh rahe

haaye haaye haaye haaye sadqe
hai kuchh aisa mera dildaar china chin chin chu
bada qaatil hai mera yaar china chin chin chu
bada qaatil hai mera yaar china chin chin chu
bada qaatil hai mera yaar china chin chin chu

haath mein teer na talwaar china chin chin chu
haath mein teer na talwaar china chin chin chu

inki har baat pe nikle na mera dam kaise
inki har baat pe nikle na mera dam kaise
ye adaayen hon to qurbaan na hon hum kaise
kabhi is tarah khafa
jaise koi pyaar kare
kabhi khaamosh
ki jaise koi ikraar kare
aur
kabhi ikraar mein inkaar china chin chin chu

bada qaatil mera dildaar china chin chin chu
bada qaatil mera dildaar china chin chin chu
bada qaatil hai mera yaar china chin chin chu
haath mein teer na talwaar china chin chin chu
haath mein teer na talwaar china chin chin chu

humne chaaha thha ki zaalim ko na chaahenge kabhi
humne chaaha thha ki zaalim ko na chaahenge kabhi
ik sitamgaar se ab yoon na nibhaayenge kabhi
par karen kya
ki hum hi hoke khafa bhool gaye
jab mili aankh
to sab jaur o jafa bhool gaye

o kasam khuda ki
kya karen
aa hi gaya pyaar china chin chin chu
o bada qaatil hai mera yaar china chin chin chu
bada qaatil hai mera yaar china chin chin chu
bada qaatil hai mera yaar china chin chin chu

haath mein teer na talwaar china chin chin chu
haath mein teer na talwaar china chin chin chu
bada qaatil hai mera yaar china chin chin chu
bada qaatil hai mera yaar china chin chin chu
o bada
qaatil
mera yaar
china chin chin chu
bada qaatil


This article is written by Raja, 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.

Today is a very special day for all HFM lovers. It is the birth anniversary of one of the most beloved of artistes, and one of the greatest and most respected. I am, of course, talking about the one and only Rafi Saab.

Had he been alive today, he would have completed 93 years. But as fate would have it, he left us in 1980 itself, when he was barely 55. One does not have control over these matters – one can only have fond memories of the person concerned, and enjoy the rich legacy that he or she has left behind.

And WHAT A LEGACY Rafisaab has left behind!

There’s not a single day that his songs are not aired on the Indian radio channels. And I am not talking about just the odd song – we are talking about the chance that every programme (not deliberately exclusionary) that has songs up to 1980 having at least one Rafisaab song. He was just so prolific and his songs just so popular.

There’s also not a single day that I do not sing (to myself only, of course 🙂 ) a Rafisaab song. I sing a lot sub-consciously, it is second nature to me (although it might be an irritant to others). And often the song is a Rafi Saab song. It could be a sad song or a happy song, a bhajan or a qawwali, one of his early songs (like “Yahaan Badla Wafaa Ka. . .”) or one of his 1970s songs (like “Main Tere Dar Pe Aaya Hoon”- one of my favourites from his later years).  But whatever it is, a Rafi Saab song always seems to be on my lips.

Just like Rafisaab is always in my heart.

Which is why I am writing this hurried tribute to him on this occasion. It is hurried because I am already late on this and am writing this post on the day, instead of at least a day earlier, allowing Atul or Sudhirji some time to process it. I hope they are still able to post it on Rafi Saab’s anniversary. If not, a day later is ok too.

It is also hurried because I have suddenly a lot of family-related demands on my time. This has been the situation for more than a month now – there has been a wedding in the family, a lot of work to be done for it, a whole lot of visitors/family arriving to attend, some illnesses in the family, Christmas time (always busier than usual because of family visiting anyway), etc. Due to all this, I have been very limited in my social activities of late. I’ve hardly visited the blog (a lot of catching up to do!), hardly been on other social media either. Family has taken precedence over everything else.

In spite of all this, I was hoping to be able to come up with a Rafi Saab post in time. Whether I miss other occasions or not, I almost always try to write a post, however short, on Rafi Saab’s birth and death anniversaries. But even that has not happened. One big reason is that I’m going to bed very early nowadays. I sleep by 10.30 pm or so – earlier I would sleep after midnight! That extra hour or two in the night would be peaceful – it would give me time for social media, writing and catching up on posts. During the daytime, there’s little chance of being able to concentrate on anything, with lots of people around. 🙂

But I digress – this post isn’t about me, it’s about Rafi Saab. So back on topic. (I still haven’t lost the habit of digressing, have I? 🙂 ). So here I am – with this hurried post. It might not be 2000 words long (do I hear a sigh of relief?), but it is a tribute to Rafi Saab straight from the heart.

After all, Rafi Saab’s songs went straight to the heart, didn’t they? He sang every song, sad or happy, with such love and dedication that you could sense he gave it his best. Not all songs were successful commercially (and that’s natural when you’ve sung so many thousands) but you could rarely fault Rafi Saab for this. And his dedication was the same, whether he was singing for a big composer or a small composer. In that respect, Rafi Saab was a true professional, who did full justice to his art. In fact, Rafisaab worshipped it. It was his humility that always made him refer to his divine voice as a gift from above. He used to point upwards whenever someone complimented him on a song.

I’ve written often enough about how I became a Rafi Saab fan in an era when he was considered to be “down and out” – an era when Kishore Kumar reigned. The early 70s. I am a huge fan of Kishore Kumar too – there’s no contradiction here at all. When you truly love music, you just soak in all the great music that is out there, and be thankful for it.  At least I, for one, don’t like to pit one artiste against another. Once I became a Rafi Saab fan, I listened to his songs more intently – and realized how pure his voice is. Truly divine.

The other thing that makes Rafisaab very special for me is the PERSON he was. It is very easy for a person successful in his field to let this success get to his head. There are many examples of this. But to remain level-headed, and not just that, but also to be humble and big-hearted enough to help others to achieve success too, is a rare quality.

Rafi Saab is highly respected, not just in the industry, but by millions outside it, for this quality. Stories abound of how big-hearted he was. Even at the height of his success, he would sing for absolutely new composers – that too for a token amount. There are many such stories about him. His humility, no airs, always there to help anyone in need. He was far more than “just another great artist” in the industry.

How can you then NOT respect such a person, or hold him in special regard? So for me, Rafisaab is a very very very special person. As many say in interviews about him “Rafi Saab Khuda ke bande the”. God does not seem to make them like him anymore.

So, the 24th of December 1924, when he was born will always be a special day for me. And every year, the 24th of December is a date we should all remember and celebrate. Christmas is a day later, but for us HFM lovers, celebrations start a day earlier.

Now onto the song for today.

Despite time constraints, I spent a lot of time looking for a suitable Rafi Saab song last evening. I found a wonderful short and sweet, song which I was all set to post – but then realized it has already been posted. (A song from the film ‘Saaranga’ (1960) – I left a comment on the song on the blog). Anyway, during the search process, I happened to hear this song for the first time yesterday. I quite liked it – it’s a cheerful, positive song, and fit for a celebration.

The song is from the film ‘Wanted’ of 1961. I haven’t seen the film, but since it is directed by NA Ansari, it’s probably a fun film, worth watching. 🙂 . This song is picturised on Vijay Kumar (brother of Johnny Walker) and Saeeda Khan. (I remember Vijay Kumar from ‘Kaun Apna Kaun Paraya’ (1963), opposite Waheeda Rehman, lip-synching to the lovely “Zara Sun Haseena e Naazneen”.) I think I recognize Bela Bose amongst the other dancers. The lyricist-composer duo is Shakeel Badayuni and Ravi. It is a pleasant song that I took an instant liking to. I hope you like it too.


Song – Aayi Zindagi Ki Raat Chhodo Kal Pe Kal Ki Baat (Wanted) (1961) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Shakeel Badayuni, MD – Ravi
Male Chorus
Female Chorus
All Chorus

Lyrics

aayi zindagi ki raat
chhodo kal pe kal ki baat
naacho jhoom jhoom ke
ho naacho jhoom jhoom ke
aayi zindagi ki raat
chhodo kal pe kal ki baat
naacho jhoom jhoom ke
ho naacho jhoom jhoom ke
aayi zindagi ki raat
chhodo kal pe kal ki baat
naacho jhoom jhoom ke
ho naacho jhoom jhoom ke

kadam kadam pe shokhiyaan
nazar nazar hijaab hai
nayi nayi umang hai
naya naya shabaab hai
hoo oo oo oo oo
kadam kadam pe shokhiyaan
nazar nazar hijaab hai
nayi nayi umang hai
naya naya shabaab hai
aaj husn ishq ka hai kya haseen saath
naacho jhoom jhoom ke
ho naacho jhoom jhoom ke

aayi zindagi ki raat
(aaa aaa aaa aaa aaa)
chhodo kal pe kal ki baat
(aaa aaa aaa aaa aaa)

naacho jhoom jhoom ke
(aaa aaa aaa aaa aaa)
ho naacho jhoom jhoom ke
(aaa aaa aaa aaa aaa)

aayi zindagi ki raat
(aaa aaa aaa aaa aaa)

chhodo kal pe kal ki baat
(aaa aaa aaa aaa aaa)

naacho jhoom jhoom ke
(aaa aaa aaa aaa aaa)

ho naacho jhoom jhoom ke
(aaa aaa aaa aaa aaa)

ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
ho ho ho ho ho ho ho ho ho

adaa adaa mein mastiyaan
tarang ang ang mein
range hue hain dil sabhi
mohabbaton ke rang mein
aa aa aa aa aa
adaa adaa mein mastiyaan
tarang ang ang mein
range hue hain dil sabhi
mohabbaton ke rang mein
bekhudi ke haath mein hai zindagi ka haath
naacho jhoom jhoom ke
ho naacho jhoom jhoom ke

aayi zindagi ki raat
chhodo kal pe kal ki baat
naacho jhoom jhoom ke
ho naacho jhoom jhoom ke
aayi zindagi ki raat
chhodo kal pe kal ki baat
naacho jhoom jhoom ke
ho naacho jhoom jhoom ke
———————————————————
Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
———————————————————

आई ज़िंदगी की रात
छोड़ो कल पे कल की बात
नाचो झूम झूम के
हो नाचो झूम झूम के
आई ज़िंदगी की रात
छोड़ो कल पे कल की बात
नाचो झूम झूम के
हो नाचो झूम झूम के
आई ज़िंदगी की रात
छोड़ो कल पे कल की बात
नाचो झूम झूम के
हो नाचो झूम झूम के

कदम कदम पे शोखियाँ
नज़र नज़र हिजाब है
नई नई उमंग है
नया नया शबाब है
हो ओ ओ ओ ओ
कदम कदम पे शोखियाँ
नज़र नज़र हिजाब है
नई नई उमंग है
नया नया शबाब है
आज हुस्न इश्क़ है क्या हसीन साथ
नाचो झूम झूम के
हो नाचो झूम झूम के

आई ज़िंदगी की रात
(आ आ आ आ आ)
छोड़ो कल पे कल की बात
(आ आ आ आ आ)
नाचो झूम झूम के
(आ आ आ आ आ)
हो नाचो झूम झूम के
(आ आ आ आ आ)

आई ज़िंदगी की रात
(आ आ आ आ आ)
छोड़ो कल पे कल की बात
(आ आ आ आ आ)
नाचो झूम झूम के
(आ आ आ आ आ)
हो नाचो झूम झूम के
(आ आ आ आ आ)

अदा अदा में मस्तियाँ
तरंग अंग अंग में
रंगे हुए हैं दिल सभी
मोहब्बतों के रंग में
आ आ आ आ आ
अदा अदा में मस्तियाँ
तरंग अंग अंग में
रंगे हुए हैं दिल सभी
मोहब्बतों के रंग में
बेखुदी के हाथ में है ज़िंदगी का हाथ
नाचो झूम झूम के
हो नाचो झूम झूम के

आई ज़िंदगी की रात
छोड़ो कल पे कल की बात
नाचो झूम झूम के
हो नाचो झूम झूम के
आई ज़िंदगी की रात
छोड़ो कल पे कल की बात
नाचो झूम झूम के
हो नाचो झूम झूम के


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“Prabhu Ki Maaya”(1955) was directed by Vithaldas Panchotiya for Filmistan, Bombay. This mythological movie had Mubarak, Kanta, Jharna, Prem Adeeb, Narmada Shanker, Uma Devi, Mumtaz Begum, P. Kailash etc in it.

The movie had nine songs in it. Four of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fifth song from “Prabhu Ki Maaya”(1955) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Pt Madhur is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ravi.

The picturisation shows a naari trying to seduce a tapaswi gentleman played by Prem Adeeb (I guess). I thought that the lady was Bina Rai but her name does not figure in the cast. So she must be someone else who looks like Bina Rai. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify her.


Song-Jogi jogan khadi tere dwaar ho (Prabhu Ki Maaya)(1955) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Pt Madhur, MD-Ravi

Lyrics

jogi jogan khadi tere dwaar
ho jogi jogan khadi tere dwaar
aayi kar ke main solah singaar ho
aayi kar ke main solah singaar ho
jogi jogan khadi tere dwaar
ho jogi jogan khadi tere dwaar

chanda na maangoon sitaare na maangoon
chanda na maangoon sitaare na maangoon
duniya ki jhoothhi bahaaren na maangoon
duniya ki jhoothhi bahaaren na maangoon
maangoon piya tera pyaar ho
jogi jogan khadi tere dwaar ho
jogi jogan khadi tere dwaar
aayi kar ke main solah singaar
aayi kar ke main solah singaar
ho jogi jogan khadi tere dwaar
ho jogi jogan khadi tere dwaar

mausam suhaana ye rut hai suhaani
mausam suhaana ye rut hai suhaani
bhanwre deewaane hain kaliyaan deewaani
bhanwre deewaane hain kaliyaan deewaani
sun le jiya ki pukaar ho
jogi jogan khadi tere dwaar
ho jogi jogan khadi tere dwaar
aayi kar ke main solah singaar ho
aayi kar ke main solah singaar ho
jogi jogan khadi tere dwaar
ho jogi jogan khadi tere dwaar

koi na samjhe pujaaran ki boli
koi na samjhe pujaaran ki boli
khaali padi hai bhikaaran ki jholi
khaali padi hai bhikaaran ki jholi
bhar de ise ek baar
ho jogi jogan khadi tere dwaar
ho jogi jogan khadi tere dwaar
aayi kar ke main solah singaar
aayi kar ke main solah singaar
ho jogi jogan khadi tere dwaar
ho jogi jogan khadi tere dwaar


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