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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

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5086 Post No. : 17011

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2012-2022) – Song No. 55
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Welcome all to this post under ‘blog ten-year challenge 2012-2022’.

Today’s song is from the movie ‘Rishtaa-1954’.

One song from this movie was presented on the blog on 21.06.2012 with songs from other three movies viz. ‘Grihasthhi-1963’, ‘Hamaari Yaad Aayegi-1961’ and ‘Patanga-1949’.

Song Title Name of the movie (year) Remarks
Saajan se pehli baar ham kaise bolen haay Rishta(1954) 5 of 7 songs posted
Jeewan jyot jaley Grihasthhi(1963) All songs covered
Jawaan muhabbat haseen aankhon mein Hamaari Yaad Aayegi(1961) All songs covered
O dilwaalon dil lagaana achchhaa hai Patanga(1949) All songs covered

Out of the four movies represented on 21.06.2012, three movies viz. ‘Grihasthhi-1963’, ‘Hamaari Yaad Aayegi-1961’ and ‘Patanga-1949’ have already been ‘Yippeeee’ed’ on the blog, which means all the songs from these three movies have been covered on the blog.

So, we are left with only one movie i.e., ‘Rishta-1954’, which is eligible for blog ten year challenge today (21 June 2022).

“Rishta-1954” was directed by Aslam for ‘Rajasthan Productions, Bombay’. It was produced by Rashid Parwez. It had Nigar Sultana, Suresh, Anwar, S. Nazeer, Ram Mohan, Leela Mishra, Neelam, Faizi, Agni, Shaikh, Ramlal, K.R. Thapar, Baby Chaand, Nadir, Kalyan, Vijaylakshami and others.

This movie was passed by censor board on 05.06.1954.

“Rishta-1954” had seven songs that were written by Pt. Phani and composed by K. Datta. Here is the list of the songs of this movie:-

Sr.No. Song Title Singer/s Posted On
01 Saajan se pehli baar ham kaise bolen haay Lata Mangeshkar 21.06.2012
02 Bedard zamaane se shikwaa na shikaayat hai Lata Mangeshkar Being discussed today
03 Khataa kya hamaari… o jaanewaale tum na maane Talat Mehmood 24.09.2017
04 Wahi chaandni hai, wahi aasmaan hai Talat Mehmood 21.08.2012
05 Dukhiyaari dukhiyaari naari dukhiyaari S.D. Batish
06 Ek hi rishtaa maa ka jag mein Mubarak Begum 08.05.2016
07 Kya khabar thhi yoon tamanna khaaq mein mil jaayegi Mubarak Begum 06.08.2018

So far, five songs from this movie have been posted on the blog.

Today we present the sixth song from this movie. The song is sung by Lata Mangeshkar. Lyrics are by Pt. Phani and music is composed by K. Datta.

Let us now listen to the song.

Lyrics for today’s song were provided by Prakashchandra.


Song-Bedard zamaane se shiqwa na shikaayat hai (Rishta)(1954) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Pt Phani, MD-K Datta

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

Bedard zamaane se ae
shikwaa naa shikaayat hai ae
hum dard ke maaron ki ee
qismat hai ye qismat hai ae ae ae
bedard zamaane se ae

bheegi huyee palkon mein aen
chhoti si kahaani hai ae ae
bheegi huyee palkon mein aen
chhoti si kahaani hai ae
ik dard ki duniyaa hai ae
kehne ko jawaani hai
saajan se judaa ho kar
ye roti huyi ulfat hai ae
hum dard ke maaron ki ee ee
qismat hai ye qismat hai ae
bedard zamaane se ae

aankhein bhi tarasti hain aen
armaan bhi machalte hain aen aen
aankhein bhi tarasti hain aen
armaan bhi machalte hain
ye dil bhi dhadaktaa hai ae
aansoo bhi nikalte hain
marnaa bhi nahin bas mein aen
marne ki si haalat hai ae
hum dard ke maaron ki ee
qismat hai ye qismat hai ae ae ae
bedard zamaane se ae
shikwaa naa shikaayat hai ae ae
hum dard ke maaron ki ee
qismat hai ye qismat hai ae ae ae
bedard zamaane se ae ae


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Blog Day : 3671 Post No. : 14552

We have read many accounts of artists, famous as well as obscure and those in between, in the blog. One theme that repeatedly gets played while discussing all these artists is that very few of them managed to have successful and fruitful careers throughout their lives. In most cases, a vast majority of aspirants failed to achieve any worthwhile success. Some relatively lucky persons managed to achieve some modicum of success though that was not enough for them to be considered as successful.

Then these are some people whose tales turned out to be rags to riches and hen back to rags !

We have described many such artists in the blog- for instance names like Master Nisar, Bhagwan Dada, Vatsala Kumthekar readily come to mind.

Why is it so that some successful artists managed to remain successful throughout their careers whereas some artists, having tasted crazy stardom could not handle that and came crashing down !

If one tries to analyse such cases, may be one can come to some conclusions that may help explain the matter.

I, with my experience, have this hypothesis that every individual needs to be good at (1) his chosen profession (2) his inter personal relations and (3) financial matters.

1. Good in chosen profession:-
There are a good number of people who believe that one needs to have “talent” in his chosen field and that would take care of the rest. That is hardly the case. One gets to show one’s “talent” only when one gets the “breaks”. And one needs qualities like patience, persistne, tenaciy, fighting spirit, strength of character, never say die spirit etc that are essential without which one can not get the right reaks. Once a person gets the break, he needs to make it count. If he fails at first, he still needs to persist.

Moreover, one needs to keep reinventing oneself instead of just doing the same old stuff again and again which after some time may turn stale and unappealing to the public.

2. Inter personal relations- No matter how “talented” a person may be in his profession, if he is unable to get along with people, including his patrons/ employers then one can be prety sure that the person will only get limited opportunities to prove his worth. A Sajjad Hussain, exteremely talented musician but quite poor in getting along with people, readily comes to mind. O P Nayyar is another such example though he managed to have far more success than Sajjad Hussain. But that was inspite of his poor man management skills, and not because of that. As soon as success began to desert him, O P Nayyar found himself getting snubbed by even those whom he had helped get established in their careers.

3. Financial matters- This third and final point is the most underrated one. No matter how much one knows about one’s profession, one needs to have good understnding of financial matters. If one is unable to handle one’s finances well, then the money will sooner or later part ways with the artist who is not savvy enough to be able to manage his finances well.

Sadly, Indians in the past were brought up to believe that poverty was noble while being rich was evil. Our leaders made us think so. With some exceptions, most leaders themselves came from moneyed families and continued to remain moneyed while glorifying poverty. Little wonder then that many artists who suddenly found themselves covered with money were unable to handle success. They had no clue what to do with all that money and they blew the money up.

There were some wise artists, who were like the political leaders. While they often championed the cause of povery on screen, they were savvy enough to soon turn movie producers and thus became the owners rather than employees of the movie making business. Ashok Kumar is aclassic example. He was a humble lab technician in fild world. A chance occurence found himself being made the hero of a movie opposite a lady who was his employer, no less ! And in less than a decade, the business savvy Ashok Kumar had become a film studio owner and film producer. Ashok Kumar was one filmy character who never saw and bad days, financially speaking, throughout his long career in Hindi movies.

People who woud fail to capitalise despite getting good opportunities were those who lacked the abbilities to sell themselves. It does not surprise me to realise that this category of artts are those who were rather poorly educated. So they did not have the wisdom that a well rounded formal education could have given them. They often did not know how to get heir due or how to survive in the film world.

If one looks at Mubarak Begam, one can see that she was an extremely talented playback singer no doubt but she lacked in the other departments that I have discussed. She had no idea how to sell her artistry among film producers as well as music directors who ultimately decide the playback singers for their movies. The fact that she was poorly educated (in fact uneducated) was a clear handicap for her.

The fact that she ended up in a poor financial condition is also a well known fact. And that should come as no surprise really.

With this background, let us have a song sung by an artist who was “talented” in singing but was not quite so in matters of “inter personal relations: as well as “financial matters”. I am talking about Mubarak Begam

“Rishta”(1954)was produced by Rashid Parvez and directed by Aslam for Rajasthan Productions, Bombay. This movie had Nigar Sultana, Suresh, Anwar, S Nazir, Rai Mohan, Leela Mishra, Neelam, Faizi, Agni, Sheikh, Ramlal, K R Thapar, Baby Chaand, Nadir, Kalyan, Vijaylaxmi etc in it.

This movie had seven songs in it. Four of these songs have been covered in the blog in the past.

Here is the fifth song from “Rishta”(1954) to appear in the blog. This song, a forgotten gem, is sung by Mubarak Begam. Pt Phani is the lyricist. Music is composed by K Datta aka Datta Korgaaonkar.

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

Audio

Song-Kya khabar thhi yoon tamanna khaaq mein mil jaaayegi (Rishta)(1954) Singer-Mubarak Begam, Lyrics-Pt Phani, MD-K Datta

Lyrics

kya khabar thhi
yoon tamanna khaaq mein mil jaayegi
kya khabar thhi
yoon tamanna khaaq mein mil jaayegi
hum to samjhe thhe
mohabbat raas hamko aayegi
hum to samjhe thhe
mohabbat raas hamko aayegi

ashq aankhon mein machal kar
keh rahe hain baar baar
dil ki dhadkan dard ban kar
har ghadi tadpaayegi
kya khabar thhi
yoon tamanna khaaq mein mil jaayegi

ghamzadon ka koi na hoga
is jahaan mein gham gusaar(?)
ghamzadon ka koi na hoga
is jahaan mein gham gusaar(?)
zindagi ko har kadam par
maut bhi thukraayegi
raat rone mein kategi
din katega yaad mein
raat rone mein kategi
din katega yaad mein
ye judaai bewafaai
umr bhar tadpaayegi
kya khabar thhi
yoon tamanna khaaq mein mil jaayegi


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After discussing over 13600 songs in the blog, which is roughly 25 % of all Hindi movie songs created upto 1980 and nearly 40 % percent of all the available songs (my rough estimate), one may feel that almost all great songs have already been covered in the blog. May be we have covered majority of “well known” songs, but I keep discoveing great “lesser known” or “forgotten” gems almost on a daily basis. Some of them are such great songs to listen to that I want to hold them back for special occasions. But I find that there are so many of them and holding all of them back for special occasions would mean that I would have very few songs available for immediate discussion.
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This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, 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, May 8th 2016 is being celebrated as Mothers’ Day in many countries including India. Whether it is Mothers’ Day or any other day, whenever I remember my mother, I always recall the famous dialogue ‘mere paas maa hai’ written by Salim-Javed and delivered on the screen by Shashi Kapoor in the film ‘Deewar’ (1975). These four simple words say a lot about the importance of the mother. I used to wonder what gave Salim-Javed the idea to create this famous dialogue. I checked their profiles and came to know that both of them had lost their mothers in their respective childhoods. My own take is that somewhere in their sub-conscious minds, they missed their mothers and that was how this dialogue came about. In any case, this dialogue fitted well in the film. Shashi Kapoor had his mother as the only possession which he valued above materialistic possesions.
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There have been hundreds of singers, lyricists and music directors who have contributed their mites in enriching the Hindi movie music. Songs from over three hundred singers, over three hundred lyricists and over two hundred music directors find representation in this blog.
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This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog.

I had neither heard of the film RISHTA (1954) nor its songs till a few days back. The film was produced under the banner of Rajasthan Productions and directed by Aslam. The star cast included Suresh, Nigar Sultana, S Nazir, Vijaylaxmi, Rammohan, Leela Mishra, Neelam. I could not get anything about the story line or genre of the film on the internet. But from the title, I guess, it was a social film. What interested me to look for the songs from this film was its music director K Datta (Datta Korgaonkar) whose immortal songs from films like ‘Badi Maa (1945) and ‘Daaman’ (1950) had impressed me a lot.
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