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Blog Day : 3757 Post No. : 14725

Today (31 october 2018) is the 43rd remembrance day of S D Burman (1 october 1906- 31 october 1975).

As a tribute, we already had a long and interesting article on S D Burman by our inhouse HFM historian cum researcher Mr Sadanand Kamath.

SLBC (Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation too spent almost the whole broadcast duration today by playing 27 S D Burman compositions today out of 28- the last being a K L Saigal song, of course. 27 S D Burman composition out of 670 odd HFM songs that S D Burman composed in his career work out to about 4 % of all S D Burman HFM songs.

My way of paying tributes to HFM artists is to present detaile filmography of those artists. It is no different today. Here in this aricle I will provide full filmography of S D Burman as far as Hindi movies are concerned.

S D Burman composed musuc in 89 released movies and one unreleased movie, as far as I can tell. As many as 74 of these movies are already YIPPEED in the blog. Overall, S D Burman composed some 670 songs in these movies. This blog has 626 of these songs. The blog also has 5 non film songs composed by S D Burman.

So in summary, only around 45 SD Burman HFM songs from 15 movies are left to be covered. All of these songs may not be available. My guess is that another 30 odd songs out of these 45 may be available and then S D Burman willjoin artists like K L Saigal and Suraiyya whose available songs are fully represented in the blog.

Here are the details of S D Burman songs from his hindi movies :-

Movie Name Year Songs in the blog Songs in movie Remarks
Aath Din 1946 6 7 Balance song not available
Shikaari 1946 9 10 Balance song not available
Dil Ki Raani 1947 9 9 One multiple version song
Chittor Vijay 1947 0 8 Songs of this movie are not available
Do Bhai 1947 9 9
Vidya 1948 10 10
Kamal 1949 10 10
Shabnam 1949 10 10
Afsar 1950 7 7
Mashaal 1950 7 7
Pyaar 1950 8 8
Baazi 1951 8 8
Bahaar 1951 8 8
Buzdil 1951 6 6
Ek Nazar 1951 9 9
Naujawaan 1951 7 7
Sazaa 1951 8 8
Jaal 1952 8 8
Laal Kunwar 1952 8 11
Armaan 1953 8 8
Baabla 1953 6 6
Jeevan Jyoti 1953 9 9
Shahanshah 1953 9 9
Angaarey 1954 10 10
Chaalis Baba Ek Chor 1954 8 12
Radha Krishna 1954 2 9
Taxi Driver 1954 8 8
Devdas 1955 10 10
House No 44 1955 8 8
Mad Bhare Nain 1955 8 8
Munim Ji 1955 11 11
Society 1955 8 8
Funtoosh 1956 8 8
Miss India 1957 10 10
Nau Do Gyarah 1957 8 8
Paying Guest 1957 7 7
Pyaasa 1957 11 11
Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi 1958 8 8
Kaala Paani 1958 6 6
Lajwanti 1958 6 6
Sitaaron se Aage 1958 8 10
Solva Saal 1958 5 5
Insaan Jaag Uthhaa 1959 7 7
Kaaghaz Ke Phool 1959 7 7
Sujata 1959 7 7
Apna Haath Jagannaath 1960 8 8
Bambai Ka Babu 1960 7 7
Bewaqoof 1960 9 9
Ek Ke Baad Ek 1960 8 8
Kaal Bazaar 1960 8 8
Manzil 1960 8 8
Miyaa Biwi Raazi 1960 7 7
Baat Ek Raat Ki 1962 8 8
Dr Vidya 1962 8 8
Naughty Boy 1962 6 8
Bandini 1963 7 7
Meri Soorat Teri Aankhen 1963 6 6
Tere Ghar Ke Saamne 1963 7 7
Benazir 1964 11 11
Kaise Kahoon 1964 7 7
Ziddi 1964 8 8
Guide 1965 10 10
Teen Deviyaan 1965 6 6
Jewel Thief 1967 7 7
Aradhana 1969 7 7
Jyoti 1969 5 5
Talaash 1969 8 8
Gambler 1970 5 5
Ishq Par Zor Nahin 1970 5 8
Prem Pujari 1970 7 7
Naya Zamaana 1971 7 7
Sharmeeli 1971 7 7
Tere Mere Sapne 1971 9 9
Anuraag 1972 6 6
Ye Gulistaan Hamaara 1972 4 7
Zindagi Zindagi 1972 7 7
Abhimaan 1973 7 7
Chhupa Rustam 1973 4 7
Jugnu 1973 6 6
Phagun 1973 3 6
Prem Nagar 1974 8 8
Sagina 1974 4 4
Us Paar 1974 5 5
Chupke Chupke 1975 4 4
Mili 1975 3 3
Arjun Pandit 1976 2 3
Baarood 1976 5 5
Deewaangi 1976 1 1
Tyaag 1976 1 5
Saaz (UR) 0 0
Total 89 movies 626 671 74 YIPPEED

As a tribute to S D Burman,I have chosen a song from “Naughty Boy”(1962).

“Naughty Boy”(1962) was produced and directed by Shakti Samanta. The movie had Kishore Kumar, Kalpana, Omprakash, Sundar, Madan Puri, Kanu Roy, Krishnkant, Kundan, Praveen Paul, Shivraj, Sulochana Cahtterji, Prretibala, Nand Kishore, Masud, Paachhi, Manjula, Samar Chatterji, Kamaldeep, etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. Six songs from this movie have been discussed in the past.

Here is the sixth song from the movie to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Kishore Kumar. Shailendra is the lyricist. Music is composed by S D Burman.

The song is picturised on Kishore Kumar and others. One can see, among others, Edvina in the picturisation of this song. I am not familiar with others visible. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify the other actors in the picturisation.


Song-Nazren milaa ke jo duniya ki nazron se dare (Naughty Boy)(1962) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Shailendra, MD-S D Burman

Lyrics

nazre milaa ke jo duniya ki nazron se dare
milna na chaahe jo milne ke vaade hi kare
wo to buzdil hai
bada buzdil
wo wo wo to buzdil hai
bada buzdil
nazren milaa ke jo duniya ki nazron se dare
milna na chaahe jo milne ke vaade hi kare
wo to buzdil hai
bada buzdil
wo wo wo to buzdil hai
bada buzdil

zaalim hamaare dil ko na todo
chhupna chhupaana chhodo
haan
zaalim hamaare dil ko na todo
chhupna chhupaana chhodo
tere bin ab mera jeena mushqil hai
jeena mushqil hai
nazren milaa ke jo duniya ki nazron se dare
milna na chaahe jo milne ke vaade hi kare
wo to buzdil hai
bada buzdil
wo wo wo to buzdil hai
bada buzdil

seekha hai humne jab tumpe marna
phir dard se kya darna
haan
seekha hai humne jab tumpe marna
phir dard se kya darna
mohabbat dariya hai
dard saahil hai
dard saahil hai
wo wo wo wo wo wo
nazren milaa ke jo duniya ki nazron se dare
milna na chaahe jo milne ke vaade hi kare
wo to buzdil hai
bada buzdil
wo wo wo to buzdil hai
bada buzdil

maana ki tu to husn e jahaan hai
humsa bhi aashiq kahaan hai
haan
maana ki tu to husne jahaan hai
humsa bhi aashiq kahaan hai
ye tera banda bhi tere kaabil hai
tere kaabil hai
nazren milaa ke jo duniya ki nazron se dare
milna na chaahe jo milne ke vaade hi kare
wo to buzdil hai
bada buzdil
wo wo wo to buzdil hai
bada buzdil

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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.

Blog Day : 3757 Post No. : 14724

Sachin Dev Burman is, beyond doubt, the most sensitive instrument of musical inspiration – his soul is the very soul of music, the very soul of magic. Navketan ….is synonymous with Burman …whose songs are nesting places of whistling birds, tinkling bells and sobbing flutes….. A genius who has breathed music, dreamed music, lived music all his life.

This was a part of a signed note written in his own hand writing by Dev Anand, probably as a tribute to S D Burman. The entire note was reproduced in the book “The Navketan Story – Cinema Modern” by Sidharth Bhatia (2011).

Today, October 31st 2018 is 43rd Remembrance Day of Sachin Dev Burman (01/10/1906 – 31/10/1975), a legendary music director whose song compositions of 1950s through early 70s sound as young today as they did at the time of their creation. On S D Burman’s 112th birth anniversary on October 1st, 2018, I had set out in an article on this Blog, his journey from the Royal Tripura Family to the country side of the then East Bengal, to Calcutta (Kolkata) and finally to Bombay (Mumbai) to become one of the leading music directors of the golden period of Hindi film music.

When S D Burman landed in Mumbai in 1944, he had tough competition from well-established music directors like Anil Biswas, Naushad, Ghulam Haider, Khemchand Prakash and C Ramchandra. There were also emerging music directors in the mid-1940s like Sajjad Hussain, Husnlal-Bhagatram, Shyam Sundar, Hansraj Bahl etc. To some extent, his competition lessened with the migration of Ghulam Haider to Pakistan in 1948 and the sudden death of Khemchand Prakash in 1950. However, he had to face competition from new music directors – Shankar-Jaikishan, O P Nayyar. Madan Mohan, Roshan etc who operated concurrently with him.

There were some other handicaps with which S D Burman commenced his musical career. Apart from his poor knowledge of Hindi, S D Burman was said to have some personality traits which were not conducive for creating a successful filmy career. He gave an impression that he was whimsical, temperamental and stubborn. He lacked tact in handling his prospective customers (producers-directors). On the ‘plus’ side of his personality, as outlined by many who had worked with S D Burman, he was sagacious, humble, unbiased and had child-like innocence. Perhaps these qualities in him more than made up for his negative traits.

In Hindi film industry, in addition to talent, one also requires net-working with those who matters for picking up the music director for their films. He rarely attended filmy parties. He would not meet producer-directors or actors’ to seek work. He had very few friends and almost all of them were associated with Hindustani classical music or from Bengali music circle.

Despite all these handicaps and competitions from fellow music directors, I wonder as how could S D Burman maintain his position as one of the top music directors for as long as 24 years (1951-1975)? Let me analyse it based on 50 odd interviews of personality I have gone through who had closely worked with S D Burman and also of those who had known him.

For S D Burman, music was his world. Pandit Hari Prasad Chaurasia called him ‘Sangeet Sant’ (Saint of Music). Uttam Singh who was a violinist in S D Burman’s team of musicians and later a music director referred to him as ‘Rishi’ (Sage). Those who have closely worked with him had noticed that most of the time, he was in musical trance. Neeraj once observed that when Burman Dada was creating tunes for dance songs, he himself would dance to get a feel as to how a tune will fit on a dance song. Even among his few close friends, music was the only subject of his talk.

He was totally committed to song compositions under whatever the circumstances. Vijay Anand, in an interview taken by Piyush Sharma, had revealed that Burman Dada had composed some of the songs of ‘Guide’ (1965) from his hospital bed. He had personally gone to collect one of the tunes ‘piya tose naina laage re from the hospital bed. That he could conceive and create such a complex tunes ( 4 antaras in the song have different melodic treatments) even during illness speaks volume for his calibre as a music director. Waheeda Rahman had revealed that Burman Dada would tell her that he had conceived the tune with these dance steps in his mind so she should take care to do justice to them during the shooting. For ‘Tere Mere Sapne’ (1971), he had called Hema Malini to his home to explain the dance style of ta thai tat thai that thai ta. His good understanding of almost all aspects of song picturisation with his passion for perfection resulted in a very high percentage of his songs becoming hit.

S D Burman was never part of the rat race in the field of music direction in Bollywood. He would restrict the work of music direction to just 3-4 films a year. He had a phobia that if he took more films on hand, he may sound repetitive in his song composition. His style of composition required sufficient time to work on the songs to his full satisfaction. He would agree to compose songs for a film only after he had gone through the script of the film and the song sequences were fitting well in the story of the film.

There was an instance quoted by Pulak Bandopadhyay, who worked with S D Burman as lyricist for his non-film Bangla songs. He was present when this incidence happened. One day, a gentleman from the South film industry came to Burman Dada’s house and opened his brief case which was full of currency notes. He wanted to sign Burman Dada for his film. Burman Dada told the gentleman that he could show him as many bundles of currency notes as he had but he had no time to take up the new assignment.

After the gentleman had left disappointed, one of the persons in his room told Burman Dada that he should not have refused the film. He replied him by way of an idiomatic expression to make him understand. He compared film music as a draw-well. He said if one draws all the water from the well, it dries up. One needs to give the well sometime to recoup the water. [I have paraphrased here from the instance mentioned in ‘S D Burman – The World of His Music’ by Khagesh Dev Burman (Second Impression, 2016)].

Another important feature of S D Burman’s song compositions was that he was so particular about his melodic creations that he would not allow his singer’s voice and the lyrics to be over-shadowed by heavy orchestration. He used to tell his music arrangers that his melody was like a beautiful bride who did not need much ornamentation and dressing up. Another idiomatic expression he used to give in this regard was that orchestration was like a bindi (dot) on the forehead of a lady. A small bindi (dot) on the forehead of a beautiful lady would enhance her beauty. But a big bindi will spoil her beauty.

S D Burman was a strong believer in experimentation. Probably, this belief stemmed from his phobia that his songs may sound repetitive if he did not do something different. A sample of some non-film Bengali songs which he had composed in the 1930s and 40s itself gives an indication of his experimentation. Once in a conversation with Pandit Shiv Kumar Sharma, the Santoor player, Burman Dada said in his broken Hindi “main maar khaayega lekin main kuchh naya karega’’. What he meant was that he would continue to experiment with his songs and the music compositions even though his experiments may sometime fail. Let me list out at least a few of his experimentation:

1. I think, the first successful experimentation S D Burman carried was converting a ghazal into a club song tadbeer se bigdi huyi taqdeer bana le. This song became so famous that the film ‘Baazi’ (1951) became synonymous with this song. In ‘Funtoosh’ (1956), he once again converted a ghazal sounding lyrics into a light fun song, wo dekhen to unki inaayat.

2. In jaane kya toone kahi, a new musical instrument called Chinese Temple Blocks was used which created a mesmerising impact to match the mood in the song. The instrument was played by Kersi Lord, the Drummer and Accordionist in the S D Burman’s team of musicians. Another surprise was that S D Burman experimented by using Khol (a type of percussion) in this song which was essentially a naughty one. In Bengal and other North-Eastern States, the khol is used mainly for devotional and kirtan songs. In hothon mein aisi baat main daba ke chali aayi, S D Burman used a variety of percussion instruments of North-East Indian states and from Nepal and Myanmar numbering around 20.

3. Music Director Chitragupt used to tell his music director sons, Anand-Milind to study the songs composed by S D Burman especially the antara part of the songs where he sometimes experimented by composing in different metres than the mukhda metres. Anand gave an example of the song, choodi nahin ye mera dil hai which has antaras in different metres than mukhda. Even within antara, three out of 5 lines are again in different metres. The expertise of S D Burman in these types of songs is that the tune of antaras in different metres is brought close to the mukhda tune of the song like an aircraft making a smooth landing.

4. Poet Neeraj who started writing for S D Burman from ‘Prem Pujari’ (1970) also said that Burman Dada did a lot of experimentation with his song compositions. For instance, in phoolon ke rang se dil ki kalam se, Burman Dada started the song with antara. It was after 7 lines that the mukhda of 4 lines started. In dil aaj shaayar hai, there was no mukhda at all. For the song, yaaron neelaam karo susti, Burman Dada composed the first two lines based on a folk song, the next two lines were raag based tune, 5th and 6th lines were pop based tune and the last 4 lines which are the mukhda of the song were composed in qawwali style. Neeraj said that Burman Dada did these kinds of experimentation to break the monotony in the songs.

5. S D Burman was a fan of Ustad Faiyaz Khan of Agra Gharana. With his prior approval, he had used his famous bandish, ‘jhan jhan jhan jhan paayal baaje’ in Raag Nat Behag in composing non-film Bengali song ‘jhan jhan jhan jhan manjeera baaje’ (1937) which became very popular. He reused the tune with some improvisation in Hindi film ‘Buzdil’ (1951).

But in ‘Manzil’ (1960), S D Burman went a step ahead. He experimented with using Ustad Faiyaz Khan’s famous Dadra in Raag Bhairavi, ‘banaao batiyaan hato kaahe ko jhooti’ on Mehmood as arre hato kaahe ko jhooti banaao batiyaan in a light comical situation. He got Manna Dey to sing keeping in view the fact that he was singing for Mehmood in the role of Paanwala. When I first heard this song without the picturisation, I really felt that it was sung as a semi-classical song in the film as a part of the stage show. This song became very popular because it had the chord to connect with the masses.

Later, Roshan also adopted this experimentation successfully in laaga chunri mein daag chupaaun kaise and in phool gendwa na maaro. Both these semi-classical songs have been used in comical situations and sung by Manna Dey.

6. According to Uttam Singh, Violinist with S D Burman and R D Burman and later the music director, S D Burman is the only music director in Hindi film industry who has experimented with composing a classical dance song, piya tose naina laage re in Rupak Taal (7 beats) which is regarded as unusual for a dance song. He said that after this dance song, no other music director in Hindi film industry has attempted to compose a classical dance song in Rupak Taal.

I do not know much of the nuances of Hindustani classical music. On-line study material gave me some idea as to why Rupak Taal is unusual. All other Taals like Dadra Taal (6 beats), Kherwah (8 beats), Ek Taal (12 beats), Dhamar (14 beats), Teentaal (16 beats) etc have even number of beats. It is only the Rupak Taal which has uneven number of beats (7).

7. Shekhar Sen, the current Chairman of the Sangeet Natak Akadamy who is also a singer, lyricist, composer, playwright and musicologist, said that Burman Dada had experimented composing a Hindi film song on Merukhand style used in Hindustani classical music. Merukhand is an improvisation style recited in the 3-4 notes in sargam. For example, 4 notes, Sa Re Ga Ma can be sung in various combination in maximum of 24 patterns without repeating any note. Merukhand is used for vocal practice by those who have just completed training in Hindustani classical music.

The song in Merukhand which Shekhar Sen referred to was palkon ke peeche se kya kah daala. Getting a clue from this song, I guess, geet pehle bana thhaa yaa bani thhi ye sargam is also a Merukhand inspired song. Both these songs became popular.

Let me summarise as to how S D Burman could remain as one of the top music directors for as long as 24 years (1951-1975). First, he concentrated on the quality rather than quantity of song compositions by restricting his assignments to not more than 3-4 film in a year. Secondly, he chose mainly those genres of films for which he had a flavour for composing songs. Thirdly, he ensured that he worked with those directors who had been excellent in song picturisation. He was lucky to get directors like Guru Dutt, Raj Khosla, Vijay Anand, Bimal Roy and later Shakti Samanta and Hrishikesh Mukherjee. Fourthly, he did improvisation in his song compositions to make them acceptable to the masses. He also made experimentation in the song compositions to ensure that his songs did not become monotonous.

I will end my longish post on Burman Dada with a quote from Shekhar Sen. “Burman Dada’s song compositions were like lime pickle which became more tasty as years passed”.

On the occasion of 43rd Remembrance Day of S D Burman, I present one of the songs composed by him, ‘o tushima ri tushima..aa gaya toofaan’ from the film ‘Ye Gulistaan Hamaara’ (1972). The song is sung by Lata Mangeshkar on the lyrics of Anand Bakshi.

The tune of the song is based on a Nepali folk song which S D Burman’s Madal player, Ranjit Gazmer had once sang among his other musicians while relaxing during the rehearsal. S D Burman liked the tune and later used in this film with some improvisation.

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Acknowledgements:

In writing this article, I have relied on interviews which were given by those who had closely worked with/close association with S D Burman. They included producers-directors, actors, music directors, singers, lyricists, music arrangers, lead musicians and his close friends. Most of videos/audio interviews were taken by Moti Lalwani which he has uploaded on YT.

Video Clip:

Song-Ho tushima ri tushima…aa gaya toofaan (Ye Gulistaan Hamaara)(1972) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-S D Burman

Lyrics

ho o o o
tushima aa aa

ho tushima ri tushima
ho tushima ri tushima
aaj jaane kis kaaran
haule haule doley mann
aaj jaane kis kaaran
haule haule doley mann
aa gaya toofaan
haan
aa gaya toofaan
aa gaya toofaan
haan
aa gaya toofaan
ho tushima ri tushima
ho tushima ri tushima

chhaayi masti basti basti
parvat parvat jhoomen
chhaayi masti
chhaayi masti basti-basti
parvat parvat jhoomen
yoon chale purvaai
ang ang leve angdaai
dharti chhuve aasmaan
aa gaya toofaan
aa gaya toofaan
haan
aa gaya toofaan
ho tushima ri tushima
ho tushima ri tushima

thhanda paani chhoone se bhi
aag badan mein laage
thhanda paani
thhanda paani chhoone se bhi
aag badan mein laage
neend se joban jaaga
chupke se dhadkan laaga
mera manwa beimaan
aa gaya toofaan
aa gaya toofaan
haan
aa gaya toofaan
ho tushima ri tushima
ho tushima ri tushima

maine dekha apna mukhda
maujon ke darpan mein
maine dekha
maine dekha apna mukhda
maujon ke darpan mein
mann se maine poochha
yeh hoon main yaa koi dooja
itni sundar main kahaan
aa gaya toofaan
aa gaya toofaan
haan
aa gaya


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Blog Day : 3654 Post No. : 14512

“Chaalis Baaba Ek Chor”(1954) was produced by Kamini Kaushal and it was directed by P L Santoshi. The movie had Kamini Kaushal, Balraj Sahni, Smriti Biswas, Om Prakash, David, Chandabai, Jagdeep etc in it.

The movie had twelve songs in it. Seven songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the eighth song from “Chaalis Baaba Ek Chor”(1954) to appear in the blog. This rare song is sung by Lata and Kishore Kumar alongwith chorus. P L Santoshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by S D Burman.

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


Ae meri guinyaa dulha dulhaniya (Chaalis Baba ek Chor)(1954) Singers-Lata, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-P L Santoshi, MD-S D Burman
Chorus

ae ae ae ae meri guinyaa
dulha dulhaniya
mil ke kar len jo saath phiraniya
to duniya
basi basi jaaye
he re duniya
duniya
basi basi jaaye

kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye

pehli phiraniya mein oye meri guinyyan
baat hai kya jo dekh dulhaniya
dulhwa
phiri phiri jaaye re dulhwa
dulhwa phiri phiri jaaye
ho o o
dulhwa
phiri phiri jaaye re dulhwa
dulhwa phiri phiri jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye

dooji phiraniya mein
ae mori guniyya
baat hai kya jo dekh dulhaniya
dulhwa ruki ruki jaaye
re dulhwa
dulhwa ruki ruki jaaye
ho o
dulhwa ruki ruki jaaye re dulhwa
dulhwa ruki ruki jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye

teeji phiraniya mein
o meri guinyyaan
baat hai kya jo dekh dulhaniya
dulhwa jhuki jhuki jaaye
re dulhwa
dulhwa jhuki jhuki jaaye
o o o
dulhwa jhuki jhuki jaaye re dulhwa
dulhwa jhuki jhuki jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye

haaye
ye dilli ki phuljhadiyaan
hai laayi khushi ki ghadiyaan
ye patne ke pataakhe
phooten to karen dhamaake
yoon badle roop dhuwaan ke
jaise faujen gayin hon lad
ho jaise
fauzen gayin hon lad
ho jaise jaise jaise

chauthi phiraniya mein
oye meri guinyaan
baat hai kya jo dekh dulhaniya
dulhwa hati hati jaaye re dulhwa
dulhwa hati hati jaaye
o o o
dulhwa hati hati jaaye re dulhwa
dulhwa hati hati jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye

paanchi phiraniya mein
oye meri guniyaan
baat hai kya jo dekh dulhaniya
dulhwa mudi mudi jaaye
re dulhwa
dulhwa mudi mudi jaaye
o o o
dulhwa mudi mudi jaaye re dulhwa
dulhwa mudi mudi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye

chhathhi phiraniya mein
oye meri guinyaan
baat hai kya jo dekh dulhaniya
dulhwa adi adi jaaye re dulhwa
dulhwa adi adi jaaye
o o o
dulhwa adi adi jaaye re dulhwa
dulhwa adi adi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye

haan
ye dilli ki phuljhadiyaan
hai laayi khushi ki ghadiyaan
ye phoolon ki phuljhadiyaan
hai laayi khushi ki ghadiyaan
ye patne ke pataakhe
uthhen to karen dhamaake
ye patne ke pataakhe
aur ye khandwe ke khataake
ye ?? ke chataake
aur phoote to karen dhamaake


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Blog Day : 3616 Post No. : 14417

“Naughty Boy”(1962) was produced and directed by Shakti Samanta. The movie had Kishore Kumar, Kalpana, Omprakash, Sundar, Madan Puri, Kanu Roy, Krishnkant, Kundan, Praveen Paul, Shivraj, Sulochana Cahtterji, Prretibala, Nand Kishore, Masud, Paachhi, Manjula, Samar Chatterji, Kamaldeep, etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. Five songs from this movie have been discussed in the past.

Here is the sixth song from the movie to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Kishore Kumar and chorus. Shailendra is the lyricist. Music is composed by S D Burman.

The song is picturised as a picnic song on Kishore Kumar and others. Towards the end of the song, we find them ending up on a beach/ sea shore.

I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify the other revelers in this picnic song.

The song initially has some gibberish words (or may be words in some other languages). I request our readers with keener ears to help correct the lyrics wherever applicable.


Song-Rang ye duniya badalti hai badal ja pyaare (Naughty Boy)(1962) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Shailendra, MD-S D Burman
Female chorus
Male chorus
All chorus
Kishore Kumar + All chorus

Lyrics

chistakoba nakoba nakoba nakoba naka
peshta
ta peshta

jua pua pa
jua pua pa
jua pua pa

chistakoba nakoba nakoba nakoba naka peshta ta peshta
jua pua pa
jua pua pa
jua pua pa

rang yeh duniya badalti hai
badal ja pyaare
tu bhi jeevan ke naye saanche mein dhal ja pyaare

hey
hi hi hi hi hi
hey
haan ham nahin khelenge
haan jaao
hey
oy
hey
oy
hey

rang yeh duniya badalti hai
badal ja pyaare
tu bhi jeevan ke naye saanche mein dhal ja pyaare

mausam aaye mausam jaaye
phir khil jaayen kaliyaan
mausam aaye mausam jaaye
phir khil jaayen kaliyaan
apne aap khulti jaayen armaanon ki galiyaan
tu bhi bhool ke sabko
are tu bhi bhool ke sabko
aaj mana rang raliyaan
rang yeh duniya badlti hai
badal ja pyaare

dil ka saaz jab chhid jaaye
dhadkan gaane gaaye
arrey dil ka saaz jab chhid jaaye
dhadkan gaane gaaye
phir ek shaam ki pehchaan afsaana ban jaaye
jeevan woh dhaara hai
arrey jeevan woh dhaara hai
jo bandh ke rah na paaye
rang yeh duniya badalti hai
badal ja pyaare
tu bhi jeevan ke naye saanche mein dhal ja pyaare

jab tak saans tab tak aas
sach kehte ho yaaron
arrey jab tak saans tab tak aas
sach kehte ho yaaron
hain din chaar mauj bahaar
kal ko goli maaro
jab tak jaisi guzre
arrey jab tak jaisi guzre
hanste huye guzaaro
rang yeh duniya badalti hai
badal ja pyaare
tu bhi jeevan ke naye saanche mein dhal ja pyaare

bolo re
rang yeh duniya badalati hai
badal ja pyaare
tu bhi jeevan ke naye saanche mein dhal ja pyaare


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Blog Day : 3526 Post No. : 14166

“Baarood”(1976) was directed by Pramod Chakravorty for Jugnu Enterprises, Bombay. The movie had Rishi Kapoor, Shoma Anand, Ashok Kumar, Ajit, Reena Roy, Prem Chopra, Madan Puri, Dr.Sriram Laagoo, Sujit Kumar, David Abraham, Raj Mehra, Asit Sen, Master Raju Shreshtha, Rajendranath, Om Shivpuri, Manmohan, Birbal, Asrani, Azaad etc in it, with Dharmendra and Hema Malini in special appearances.

The movie had five songs in it. Four songs from the movie have been covered in the past. Here are the details of these four songs :-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

I love you you love me 5879 27-Apr-12
Matlab jo samjhe mere sandes ka 6639 14-Sep-12
Tu shaitaanon ka sardaar hai 11250 6-Jul-15
Samundar samundar yahaan se wahaan tak 14161 13-Mar-18

Here is the fifth and final song from “Baarood”(1976) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Lata. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by S D Burman.

The song is picturised on Shoma Anand and Rishi Kapoor, who are supposed to be flying on hand glider, but the picturisation shows them only in close up, and it is amply clear that they only posed with stationary hang gliders.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

With this song, “Baarood”(1976) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Dil Kaanton mein uljhaaya hai (Baarood)(1976) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-S D Burman

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

Dil kaanton mein uljhaaya hai
ke ek dushman pe pyaar aayaa hai
dil kaanton mein uljhaaya hai
ke ek dushman pe pyaar aayaa hai
shola shabnam mein lehraaaya hai
ke ek dushman pe pyaar aayaa hai
dil kaanton mein

jaadoo sa chalne laga hai
mausam badalne laga hai
jaadoo sa chalne laga hai
mausam badalne laga hai
lagta hai mere seene se
dil baahar nikalne laga hai
sheeshaa patthar se takraayaa hai
ke ek dushman pe pyaar aayaa hai
dil kaanton mein uljhaaya hai
ke ek dushman pe pyaar aayaa hai
dil kaanton mein

na paas aane diya hai
na door hone diya hai
na paas aane diya hai
na door hone diya hai
na honthon ko hansne diya hai
na aankhon ko rone diya hai
badaa zaalim ne tadapaaya hai
ke ek dushman pe pyaar aaya hai
dil kaanton mein uljhaaya hai
ke ek dushman pe pyaar aaya hai
dil kaanton mein

aisa sitam karoon kaise
sainyaan banaa ye na jaane
jab tak ho sakaa ye hamse
hum roothhe rahe nahin maane
yehi gussa ye rang laaya hai
ke ek dushman pe pyaar aaya hai
dil kaanton mein uljhayaa hai
ke ek dushman pe pyaar aayaa hai
sholaa shabnam mein lehraayaa hai
ke ek dushman pe pyaar aayaa hai
dil kaanton mein


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Blog Day : 3525 Post No. : 14161

“Baarood”(1976) was directed by Pramod Chakravorty for Jugnu Enterprises, Bombay. The movie had Rishi Kapoor, Shoma Anand, Ashok Kumar, Ajit, Reena Roy, Prem Chopra, Madan Puri, Dr.Sriram Laagoo, Sujit Kumar, David Abraham, Raj Mehra, Asit Sen, Master Raju Shreshtha, Rajendranath, Om Shivpuri, Manmohan, Birbal, Asrani, Azaad etc in it, with Dharmendra and Hema Malini in special appearances.

The movie had five songs in it. Three of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fourth song from “Baarood”(1976) to appear in the blog. This movie and several of songs were picturised on foreign locations. This song is no exception. This song is picturised on a yatch(Il hope it is called a yatch) where Shoma Anand lip syncs this seduction song for the benefit of Rishi Kaapoor. One cute dog is also present there, duly tied up.

Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by S D Burman.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.


Song-Samundar Samundar yahaan se wahaan tak(Baarood)(1976) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-S D Burman

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

hmm hmmm
samundar samundar
yahaan se wahaan tak
ye maujon ki chaadar
bichhee aasmaan tak
mere meharbaan
meri hadd hai kahaan tak
yahaan tak
hmmm yahaan tak
yahaan tak
samundar samundar
yahaan se wahaan tak
ye maujon ki chaadar
bichhee aasmaan tak
mere meharbaan
meri hadd hai kahaan tak
yahaan tak
to yahaan tak
achcha yahaan tak

main karti hoon vaadaa
uthhaati hoon kasmein
ye bulbul rahegi
sada tere bas mein
main karti hoon vaadaa
uthhaati hoon kasmein
ye bulbul rahegi
sada tere bas mein
mujhe qaid karte ho
kyon is kafas mein
main udakar bhi jaaoongi
aakhir kahaan tak
ye maujon ki chaadar
bichhee aasmaan tak
mere meharbaan
meri hadd hai kahaan tak
yahaan tak
bolo yahaan tak
humhhhhh yahaan tak

mohabbat se ye keh rahi hai jawaani
sitam ho chuke ab karo meharbaani
mohabbat se ye keh rahi hai jawaani
sitam ho chuke ab karo meharbaani
haseen pyaar ki koi chhedo kahaani
chali aayee hai baat dil ki zubaan tak
ye maujon ki chaadar
bichhee aasmaan tak
mere meharbaan
meri hadd hai kahaan tak
yahaan tak
hmmmm yahaan tak
yahaan tak
samundar samundar
yahaan se wahaan tak
ye maujon ki chaadar
bichhee aasmaan tak
mere meharbaan
meri had hai kahaan tak
achcha yahaan tak
to yahaan tak
hahaha yahaan tak


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Blog Day : 3513 Post No. : 14113

“Miss India”(1957) was directed by I S Johar for Rawal Pictures, Bombay. This movie had Nargis, Pradeep Kumar, Nishi, Shammi, Tuntun, Sheela Vaz, Minoo Mumtaz, I S Johar, Pran etc in it.

Mr. K Satish Shenoy, while writing about an earlier song of this movie had given the story of this song. Here is what he had to say about the movie:-

The movie “Miss India” is not about a beauty contest winner. The movie refers to the leading lady as “Miss India”, because the character is about an educated, self reliant, righteous young lass who fights for her rights, against injustice and comes out a winner.

Nargis graduates as a lawyer. Her father puts out a matrimonial advt asking for a match for the educated lady without expecting dowry. An imposter (Pradeep Kumar) marries her & absconds, abandoning her, & taking away her jewellery. She comes to the city, in search of him, & to reform him & continue her married life (& not to catch him & punish him- –after all she is a Bhararatiya Naari ! 🙂 .

After few fruitless days she finds him, but he is unable to recognise her (since he ran away without lifting her ‘ghoongat’.! –That is typical Bollywood!). At this point she befriends him in the guise of a young lad, so as to buy time to reform him. This disguise also helped her find a job.

To cut a long story short, she manages to make him realise his misdeeds and in the end they unite. In the final scenes there is a court case where all riddles are resolved and judge notes the trouble Nargis has gone through and says she is a role model and should be referred to as “Miss India”!!

“Miss India”(1957) had ten songs in it. Nine of them have been covered in the past. Here are the details of the songs that have already been covered:-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

O mere sajnaa aaja re aaja (Miss India) 1785 22-Aug-09
Aaha badla zamaana waah waah badla zamaana (Miss India) 1913 13-Sep-09
Jaise ko taisaa nahle pe dahlaa (Miss India) 2574 2-Jul-10
Jaaun main kahaan ye zameen ye aasmaan chhod ke (Miss India) Multiple version song 3311 9-Dec-10
Baad e saba kuchh to bata (Miss India) 10200 2-Sep-14
Albela main ik dilwaala (Miss India) 11620 1-Dec-15
Thhokar naseeb ki jo khaa kar bhi muskuraaye (Miss India) 13463 23-Jul-17
Gori zara mukhde se ghoonghat hataao na (Miss India) 14107 28-Feb-18

Here is the tenth and final song from “Miss India”(1957). The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Manna Dey. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by S D Burman.

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

Though the singers, lyricist and music director are all legends and they all have had long and distinguished careers, but it may surprise some to know that this is the only Manna Dey-Asha Bhonsle duet created by the lyricist-MD combination of Rajinder Krishan and S D Burman. In fact, Rajinder Krishna and S d Burman worked together only in five movies. This movie was the last occasion when the came toether in a movie.

With this song, “Miss India”(1957) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Maalik ne haath kaahe do do diye (Miss India)(1957) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Manna Dey, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-S D Burman
Male chorus
Female chorus
Both
All

Lyrics

maalik ne haath kaahe do do diye
tu kaam kare pet bhare jab tak jiye
maalik ne haath kaahe do do diye
tu kaam kare pet bhare jab tak jiye

he he he
malik ne haath kaahe do do diye
tu kaam kare pet bhare jab tak jiye
hey hey hey
hey hey hey hey hey hey
hey hey hey hey hey hey
hey

uthhaaye ja o chhokri
ye zindagi ki tokri

uthhaaye ja o chhokri
ye zindagi ki tokri

rozi halaal ki
mehnat ki naukri
rozi halaal ki
mehnat ki naukri

khaana haraam hai jo mile bina kaam kiye
maalik ne haath kaahe do do diye
tu kaam kare pet bhare jab tak jiye

he he he
maalik ne haath kaahe do do diye
tu kaam kare pet bhare jab tak jiye
hey hey hey
hey hey hey hey hey hey
hey hey hey hey hey hey
hey

rookhi sookhi khaayenge
paseena bahaayenge

rookhi sookhi khaayenge
paseena bahaayenge

kaahe kisi ki ghulaami uthhaayenge
kaahe kisi ki ghulaami uthaayenge
banda jo apni kamaai ki khaaye piye
maalik ne haath kaahe do do diye
tu kaam kare pet bhare jab tak jiye

he he he
maalik ne haath kaahe do do diye
tu kaam kare pet bhare jab tak jiye
hey hey hey
hey hey hey hey hey hey
hey hey hey hey hey hey
hey

zaroorat hai car ki
na resham ke taar ki
zaroorat hai car ki
na resham ke taar ki

pahli bhookh pet ki
dooji hai pyaar ki

pahli bhookh pet ki
dooji hai pyaar ki

mehnat ke baad chalen haathon mein haath liye
hey
haathon mein haath liye

maalik ne haath kahe do do diye
tu kaam kare pet bhare jab tak jiye
hey hey hey
hey hey hey hey hey hey
hey hey hey hey hey hey
hey


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Blog Day : 3513 Post No. : 14112

“Deewaangi”(1976) was produced by Subodh Mukherji and directed by Sameer Ganguly. The movie had Shashi Kapoor, Zeenat Aman, Helen, Manju, Mehmood, Madan Puri, Narendra Nath, Paintal etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Deewaangi”(1976) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Kishore Kumar. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by S D Burman.

The song is picturised as a roothna-manaana song on Shashi Kapoor and Zeenat Aman.

This song was the only song of the movie which was composed by S D Burman. He expired before he could compose other songs. The remaining five songs were later composed by Ravindra Jain.

With this song, all Hindi relaesed movies with music by S D Burman (except one movie ) have now been represented in the blog. “Chittor Vijay”(1947) is the only movie with S D Burman’s music which is missing from the blog because songs from this movie are not available to us as of now.

With this song, “Deewaangi”(1976) makes itd debut in the blog.


Song-Chal sapnon ke shahar mein tujhe le jaata hoon (Deewaangi)(1976) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-S D Burman

Lyrics

ae
suno to
kyun roothhi ho
maan jaao na
hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm

chal sapnon ke shahar mein tujhe le jaata hoon
chal sapnon ke shahar mein tujhe le jaata hoon
teri raahon mein sitaare main bikhraata hoon
chal sapnon ke shahar

tu kis liye mehnat kare
tu hai mohabbat ke liye haseena
teri kasam
kya hai sitam
tere badan se kyun chamakta hai paseena
ho ho ho
main tere haathon ke chhaalon se jal jaata hoon
chal sapnon ke shahar mein tujhe le jaata hoon
chal sapnon ke shahar

kadmon ki dhool ban kar ye phool
tere mere kadam choom rahe hain
har gham se door
masti mein choor
ban ke sharaabi se hum jhoom rahe hain
ho
ho ho ho
apni aashaaon ki main paalki le aata hoon
chal sapnon ke shahar mein tujhe le jaata hoon
chal sapnon ke shahar

gore gore
phoolon jaise paanv mein
shabnam ki paayal padi hai
heere moti
pahne huye
sheeshmahal mein tu pari ban ke khadi hai
hmm
hmm hmm
maine jo dekha hai tujhko bhi dikhlaata hoon
chal sapnon ke shahar mein tujhe le jaata hoon
teri raahon mein sitaare main bikhraata hoon
chal sapnon ke shahar


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Blog Day : 3512 Post No. : 14107

“Miss India”(1957) was directed by I S Johar for Rawal Films, Bombay. The movie had Nargis, Pradeep Kumar, Nishi, Shammi, Tuntun, Sheela Vaz, Minoo Mumtaz, I S Johar, Pran etc in it.

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

Here is the ninth song from the movie to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by S D Burman.

The song is a dance song. It is picturised on Sheila Vaz and Narula, according to the uploader of the song. I can identify Sheila Vaz, but I had never heard of Narula before. I request our knowledgeable readers to tell us more on her.


Song-Gori zara mukhde se ghoonghat hataao na (Miss India)(1957) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-S D Burman

Lyrics

gori zara mukhde se ghoonghat hataao na
na
na
aisa bhi kya hai
sooratiya dikhaao na
na na na
gori zara
gori zara mukhde se ghoonghat hataao na
aisa bhi kya hai
sooratiya dikhaao na
na na na

shaadi se pahle sawere sawere
teri gali ke lagaate thhe phere
shaadi se pahle sawere sawere
teri gali ke lagaate thhe phere
yaad karo
yaad karo beeti wo batiyaan
bhulaao na
bhulaao na
gori zara
gori zara mukhde se ghoonghat hataao na
aisa bhi kya hai
sooratiya dikhaao na
na na na

ho o o
yaad karo ek din ambuwa ke ped tale
dholak ke sang sang
naache thhe shaam dhale
yaad karo karo
yaad
ek din ambuwa ke ped tale
dholak ke sang sang
naache the shaam dhale
bachpan ke
bachpan ke geet wahi phir se sunaao na
sunaao na
gori zara
gori zara mukhde se ghoonghat hataao na
aisa bhi kya hai
sooratiya dikhaao na
na na na

kaahe ko aayi ye zaalim jawaani
bhool gayi ekdum wo batiyaan puraani
kaahe ko aayi ye zaalim jawaani
bhul gayi ekdum wo batiyaan puraani
is’se to acha hai maike chae jaao na
na na na na
gori zara mukhde se ghoonghat hataao na
aisa bhi kya hai
sooratiya dikhaao na


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Blog Day : 3510 Post No. : 14103

“Jugnu”(1973) was produced and directed by Pramod Chakraborty for Pramod Films, Bombay. The movie had Dharmendra, Hema Malini, Pran, Prem Chopra, Manmohan, Raj Mehra, Lalita Pawar, Nazeer Hussain, Randheer, Shameem, Asha Potdar, Kamal Kapoor, Brahm Bhardwaj, Kanu Roy, Rajan Kapoor, Paresh Nanda, Khursheed, Ratan Gaurang, Birbal, Sabeena, Mona, Parwez, Master Alankar, Master Ravi, Master Satyajit, Bhanumati, Shyam Kumar, Fakira, with special appearances by Sujit Kumar, Sonia Sahni, Ajit, Dhumal, Jayshree T and Mehmood.

The movie, though described as a “social” movie, was a crime thriller.

I had seen this movie during its second run in 1973.

The movie had six songs in it. The movie had three female solos sung by Lata, two male solos sung by Kishore Kumar and one duet. The movie had a “jhumka” song and a “Paayal song”, and also a “helicopter” song.

Five of these songs have been covered in the blog. Here are the details of the earlier five songs from the movie covered in the blog.

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Gir gaya jhumka girne do 713 9-Feb-09
Meri paayaliya geet tere gaaye haaye 999 30-Mar-09
Deep deewaali ke jhhoothhe 3179 5-Nov-10
Pyaar ke is khel mein do dilon ke mel mein 4923 31-Oct-11
Jaane kya pilaaya toone bada maza aaya 14095 24-Feb-18

Here is the sixth and final song from “Jugnu”(1973) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by S D Burman.

The song is picturised as a roadside tamasha song which serves the dual purpose of passing on message in code to Dharmendra who is on a mission of stealing a valuable diamond. I am unable to identify the lady lip syncing this phadakta hua dance song. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify her.
PS- (i)She is Jayshree T.
(ii) I was posting this article under duress, viz with my better half looking on disapprovingly and repeatedly ordering me to stop all this work on the computer. 🙂

With this song, “Jugnu”(1973) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Chale aana peepal ke neeche (Jugnu)(1973) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-S D Burman

Lyrics

chale aana
chale aana peepal neeche piya mulaakaat ko
chale aana peepal neeche piya mulaakaat ko
jab baagon mein jugnu
jab baagon mein jugnu chamke
aadhi raat ko
jab baagon mein jugnu chamke
aadhi raat ko
jab baagon mein jugnu

laa laa laa laa laa
laa laa laa laa laa
taaron ki hai chaanv rakhna dheere dheere paanv
bairi jaag na jaaye gaanv
taaron ki hai chaanv rakhna dheere dheere paanv
bairi jaag na jaaye gaanv
chhori chhori kehna sun’na saiyya dil ki baat ko
chhori chhori kehna sun’na saiyya dil ki baat ko
jab baagon mein jugnu
jab baagon mein jugnu chamke aadhi raat ko
jab baagon mein jugnu chamke aadhi raat ko
jab baagon mein jugnu

rakhna yeh khayal tere aage peechhe jaal
upar neeche dil ka haal
arre rakhna yeh khayal tere aage peechhe jaal
upar neeche dil ka haal
chupke aana theek baara baje jumme raat ko
chupke aana theek baara baje jumme raat ko
jab baagon mein jugnu
jab baagon mein jugnu chamke aadhi raat ko
jab baagon mein jugnu chamke aadhi raat ko
jab baagon mein jugnu

dulha raaja dekh tu akela bas ek
tere dushman anek
dulha raaja dekh tu akela bas ek
tere dushman anek
dhoka deke tu nikal aana baraat ko
dhoka deke tu nikal aana baraat ko
jab baagon mein jugnu
stop it


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