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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 : 3616 Post No. : 14416

Missing Films of 1960s – 74
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In 1940, a film by the name ‘Thief Of Tatar’ was released. Then in 1955 came another film titled ‘Tatar Ka Chor’. And after another 13 years, in 1968, came the film ‘Tatar Ki Haseena’. Just like the ‘Alibaba’ of Arbian Nights and the ‘Thief Of Baghdad’, the Tatar subject also seemed to hold a special interest for Hindi film makers for some time.

The name Tatar applies to an ethnic community of people, originating from the mountains of Mongolia. Originally, these people formed nomadic tribes that moved westward from the Mongol region and over the centuries, spread out all the way to Central Asia and Eastern Europe. The name Tatar first appeared in the 5th century AD. Tatars are essentially different from Mongols; however historically, they have moved together across the Asian continent. The Tatar tribes accompanied Genghis Khan on his conquest of the central and south Asian territories. They mingled with the tribes of the Central Asia and the Turkish people. For a period of history they formed kingdoms and empires in the regions that are now known as the Central Asian republics. In fact, there continues to be a Republic of Tatarstan as part of the current Russian Federation. Currently, about 6.5 million people spreading from Mongolia, China and Siberia in the east, all the way to Poland and Slovakia in the west, claim Tatar roots and ethnicity.

Just like Genghis Khan, Taimur and Halaku (grandson of Genghis Khan) – the Mongol kings and warriors who became legends that have fascinated the historians and the literati, the stories of the Tatar tribes have held the same romanticism and their legends, tales and histories abound in the Central Asia. And thus, the interest of Hindi film makers and the production of films listed above.

Today, I introduce the 1968 film ‘Tatar Ki Haseena’ on our blog. The film is a costume drama produced under the banner of Daluat Productions and is directed by Aslam Allahbaadi. The cast of actors is listed as Nalini Chonkar, Shah Agha, Sherry, Murad, Preetam, Radhika, Heera Sawant, Jeevankala, Madhumati, Kumud Tripathi, Sadiq, Maqbool, Prince Arjun, Babu Rajpal, Siddi Baba, Anil, Vijay, Meena, Sarosh, Kiran, Raju, and Santosh etc.

The Geet Kosh lists 6 songs for this film, five of which are written by Aslam Allahbaadi and one by M Yusuf. Music direction is by S Kishan. It seems that this probably is the solitary film that Aslam Allahbaadi wrote for. Another name, simply as Aslam appears in the Geet Kosh listings but whether it is the same as the lyricist of this film, is not known definitely. S Kishan as a music director is known to the readers of this blog. He has about a dozen films to his credit in the 1960s and 70s, including four which remained unreleased. Four of his films are already represented on our blog.

Today’s selection from this film is rendered by Suman Kalyanpur. The music is a reminder of the Middle Eastern melodies. The song is an assertion of love. The protagonist, a lady, is addressing her lover, telling about the feelings of her heart – that she would readily give up her life even for him, that she is restrained and helpless and is seeking solace in his benefaction.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request other readers and friends who may have seen this film in its time, to kindly add more information about this film and this song.

‘Tatar Ki Haseena’ makes a debut on our blog today, with this song. Listen to this poignant rendition, and enjoy.

Song – Ho Gayi Tum Se Mohabbat Jaan Bhi Qurbaan Hai  (Tataar Ki Haseena) (1968) Singer – Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics – Aslam Allahbaadi, MD – S Kishan
Suman Kalyanpur + Chorus
Chorus

Lyrics

ho gayi tum se mohabbat jaan bhi qurbaan hai
tu mera mehboob hai
tu hi mera imaan hai
ho gayi tum se mohabbat jaan bhi qurbaan hai
jaan bhi qurbaan hai

dil ke haathon aaj main majboor hoon
paas reh kar bhi main tujh se door hoon
dil ke haathon aaj main majboor hoon
aaa aaa aaaa aaa
paas reh kar bhi main tujh se door hoon
aaa aaa aaaa aaa
ishq mein mar mar ke jeena aashiqon ki shaan hai
tu mera mehboob hai
tu hi mera imaan hai
ho gayi tum se mohabbat jaan bhi qurbaan hai
jaan bhi qurbaan hai

aap ki nazr e inaayat mujh pe gar ho jaayegi
zindagi araam se meri basar ho jaayegi
aap ki nazr e inaayat mujh pe gar ho jaayegi
zindagi araam se meri basar ho jaayegi
dil mein mere bas yahi ik aakhiri armaan hai
ho gayi tum se mohabbat jaan bhi qurbaan hai
jaan bhi qurbaan hai

dil dhadakta hai mera bas aap ke aa jaane se
dil dhadakta hai mera
shamma bhi jal jaati hai parwaane ke jal jaane se
shamma bhi jal jaati hai
dil dhadakta hai mera bas aap ke aa jaane se
shamma bhi jal jaati hai parwaane ke jal jaane se
bewafaa tujh par nichhaawar aaj meri jaan hai
tu mera mehboob hai
tu hi mera imaan hai
ho gayi tum se mohabbat jaan bhi qurbaan hai

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हो गई तुमसे मोहब्बत जान भी क़ुरबान है
तू मेरा महबूब है
तू ही मेरा ईमान है
हो गई तुमसे मोहब्बत जान भी क़ुरबान है
जान भी क़ुरबान है

दिल के हाथों आज मैं मजबूर हूँ
पास रह कर भी मैं तुझसे दूर हूँ
दिल के हाथों आज मैं मजबूर हूँ
आ आ आ आ
पास रह कर भी मैं तुझसे दूर हूँ
आ आ आ आ
इश्क़ में मर मर के जीना आशिक़ों की शान है
तू मेरा महबूब है
तू ही मेरा ईमान है
हो गई तुमसे मोहब्बत जान भी क़ुरबान है
जान भी क़ुरबान है

आप की नज़र ए इनायत मुझ पे अगर हो जाएगी
ज़िंदगी आराम से मेरी बसर हो जाएगी
आप की नज़र ए इनायत मुझ पे अगर हो जाएगी
ज़िंदगी आराम से मेरी बसर हो जाएगी
दिल में मेरे बस यही इक आखिरी अरमान है
हो गई तुमसे मोहब्बत जान भी क़ुरबान है
जान भी क़ुरबान है

दिल धड़कता है मेरा बस आप के आ जाने से
दिल धड़कता है मेरा
शम्मा भी जल जाती है परवाने के जल जाने से
शम्मा भी जल जाती है
दिल धड़कता है मेरा बस आप के आ जाने से
शम्मा भी जल जाती है परवाने के जल जाने से
बेवफा तुझ पर निछावर आज मेरी जान है
तू मेरा महबूब है
तू ही मेरा ईमान है
हो गई तुमसे मोहब्बत जान भी क़ुरबान है

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Blog Day : 3583 Post No. : 14335

“Khooni Khazaana”(1965) was directed by A Shamsheer for East and West Movies, Bombay. Vijaya Chaudhary, Sudhir, Bhagwan, Sheikh Mukhtar, Madan Puri, Bela Bose, Jeewan Kala, Brahm Bhardwaj, Heera Sawant, Bhagwan Sinha, Prabhu, Jogesh Bihari, Jasminder Singh, Appa Khede, Jeewan etc in it.

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

Here is the second song from “Khooni Khazaana”(1965) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Mahendra Kapoor and Kamal Barot. Khawar Zamaan is the lyricist. Music is composed by S Kishan.

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


Song-Aa aa aa mere dil mein samaa (Khooni Khazaana)(1965) Singers-Mahendra Kapoor, Kamal Barot, Lyrics-Khawar Zamaan, MD-S Kishan

Lyrics

aa aa aa
mere dil mein sama
o o o
zara nazren mila
naa naa naa
jhoothhi baaten na bana
jaa jaa jaa
mera dil na jala

arre aa aa aa
oy na na na

dil ki baaten kis’se kahoon main
baalam nikla jhoothha
khoti khoti baaten bana ke
toone haaye dil loota
khoti khoti baaten bana ke
toone haaye dil loota

aa aa aa
mere dil mein sama
o o o
zara nazren mila
oye naa naa naa
oye aa aa aa

teri qasam hai
tere pyaar mein
bharta hoon main aahen
aaja gori
mere gale mein
daal de ab baahen
aaja gori
mere gale mein
daal de ab baahen
naa naa naa
jhoothhi baaten na bana
jaa jaa jaa
mera dil na jala

arre aa aa aa
oy na na na

dil se dil jab mil gaye apne
phir kaisa sharmaana
pyaar kiya to pyaar nibhaana
ham ko bhool na jaana
pyaar kiya to pyaar nibhaana
ham ko bhool na jaana

haha
aa aa aa
mere dil mein samaa
o o o
zara nazren mila
oye naa naa naa
jhoothhi baaten na bana
jaa jaa jaa
mera dil na jala

oye aa aa aa
oy na na na
oye aa aa aa
oy na na na


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 : 3458 Post No. : 13879

Missing Films of 1960s – 39
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What luck, I must have missed this song in my online searches earlier when I was looking for songs of missing films from 1964. When I located this song couple of days back, I realize it has been sitting here for almost five years. What luck.

And what a wonderful melodious song this one is. और कैसे कैसे कहूँ – the more obscure the film, the higher probability that we will find some really great songs. I was completely bowled over by this song when I was able to locate it and then listened to it. The song has been uploaded by our dear friend Parag Sankla.

This is a stunt film that was produced in 1964 under the banner of Padma Productions, Bombay. Name of the director is given simply as Jal. The star cast is familiar for such films of that era – Azaad, Chitra, Heeralal, Krishna Kumari, Kamal Kapoor, Shaam Kumar, Heera Sawant, Sheikh, Maruti, Fazlu, and then a lot more names that are not very familiar – Gani, Nihal, Renu, Meena, Master Dillu, Nayar, K Murti, Buniyad Ali Sultan, Gopal, and Raghunath.

Geet Kosh lists 7 songs for this film. As per the listings, only 4 songs appear to have been released on gramophone records, and three may be lost, unless the film itself is traced. Names of two music directors are listed – Manoharlal and S Kishan. Manoharlal is possibly Manoharlal Khanna, whom we know more as a lyricist, although his name also appears as a music director in a few films. The specific MD name against individual songs is not given so I propose we use the MD name as ‘Mahoharlal, S Kishan’.

Coming to lyricists, once again two names are listed – Akhtar Romani and Farad. And once again, the specific name against individual songs is not listed, so it is not possible to identify the writer of this song.

Singing voices are of Geeta Dutt and Mahendra Kapoor. Both have sung their lines with zest and fun. A wonderful song for light mood and fun.

So this film makes a debut on our blog today. At least four songs of this film are available, so we should be seeing more of them here.

Song – O Mr Johnny Mizaaz Kaisa Hai  (Tarzan Aur Captain Kishire) (1964) Singer – Geeta Dutt, Mahendra Kapoor, Lyrics – [Unattributed], MD – Manoharlal, S Kishan

Lyrics

o mister johnny
mizaaz kaisa hai
o dear tony
tum aaj kaisa hai
chori chori nigaahen
bata do kise chaahen
wo dilbar pyaara kaun hai

o dear madam
gulab ki kali
o dear madam
shabab ki dali
nigaahen teekhi teekhi
adaayen meethi meethi
tum se pyaara kaun hai
o dear madam. . .

ye mota
ye kaala
ye nero hai
ye gora
ye chitta
ye hero hai
ye mota
ye kaala
ye nero hai
ye gora
ye chitta
ye hero hai
pehne ye suit
aur maare saloot
waise to bole tu zero hai
o dear madam
gulab ki kali
o dear madam
shabab ki dali
nigaahen teekhi teekhi
adaayen meethi meethi
arre tum se pyaara kaun hai
o dear madam. . .

yahi to
ji madam
nainitaal hai
yahi to
ji london
ka football hai
yahi to
ji madam
nainitaal hai
yahi to
ji london
ka football hai
ye reoketum
maare beauty ka bumb
dekhe to koi kya chaal hai
o mister johnny
mizaaz kaisa hai
o dear tony
tum aaj kaisa hai
chori chori nigaahen
bata do kise chaahen
wo dilbar pyaara kaun hai
o mister johnny. . .

o lady
o beauty
tu chal tham ke
o baby
o sweetie
zara dum le
o lady
o beauty
tu chal tham ke
o baby
o sweetie
zara dum le
jaanu main jaan
kya hai tera khyaal
baaten na kar aisi hum se
arre o dear madam
gulab ki kali
o dear madam
shabab ki dali
nigaahen teekhi teekhi
adaayen meethi meethi
arre tum se pyaara kaun hai
o dear madam. . .

o mister johnny
mizaaz kaisa hai
o dear tony
tum aaj kaisa hai
chori chori nigaahen
bata do kise chaahen
wo dilbar pyaara kaun hai
o mister johnny. . .

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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ओ मिस्टर जौनी
मिज़ाज़ कैसा है
ओ डियर टौनी
तुम आज कैसा है
चोरी चोरी निगाहें
बता दो किसे चाहें
वो दिलबर प्यारा कौन है

ओ डियर मैडम
गुलाब की कली
ओ डियर मैडम
शबाब की डली
निगाहें तीखी तीखी
अदाएं मीठी मीठी
तुम से प्यारा कौन है
ओ डियर मैडम॰॰॰

ये मोटा
ये काला
ये नीरो है
ये गोरा
ये चिट्टा
ये हीरो है
ये मोटा
ये काला
ये नीरो है
ये गोरा
ये चिट्टा
ये हीरो है
पहने ये सूट
और मारे सलूट
वैसे तो बोले तू ज़ीरो है
ओ डियर मैडम
गुलाब की कली
ओ डियर मैडम
शबाब की डली
निगाहें तीखी तीखी
अदाएं मीठी मीठी
अरे तुम से प्यारा कौन है
ओ डियर मैडम॰॰॰

यही तो
जी मैडम
नैनीताल है
यही तो
जी लंडन
का फुटबॉल है
यही तो
जी मैडम
नैनीताल है
यही तो
जी लंडन
का फुटबॉल है
ये रॉकेटम्
मारे ब्यूटी का बम
देखे तो कोई क्या चाल है
ओ मिस्टर जौनी
मिज़ाज़ कैसा है
ओ डियर टौनी
तुम आज कैसा है
चोरी चोरी निगाहें
बता दो किसे चाहें
वो दिलबर प्यारा कौन है
ओ मिस्टर जौनी॰॰॰

ओ लेडी
ओ ब्यूटी
तू चल थम के
ओ बेबी
ओ स्वीटी
ज़रा दम ले
ओ लेडी
ओ ब्यूटी
तू चल थम के
ओ बेबी
ओ स्वीटी
ज़रा दम ले
जानूँ मैं जान
क्या है तेरा ख्याल
बातें ना कर ऐसी हमसे
अरे ओ डियर मैडम
गुलाब की कली
ओ डियर मैडम
शबाब की डली
निगाहें तीखी तीखी
अदाएं मीठी मीठी
अरे तुम से प्यारा कौन है
ओ डियर मैडम॰॰॰

ओ मिस्टर जौनी
मिज़ाज़ कैसा है
ओ डियर टौनी
तुम आज कैसा है
चोरी चोरी निगाहें
बता दो किसे चाहें
वो दिलबर प्यारा कौन है
ओ मिस्टर जौनी॰॰॰


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“Laalach”(1960) was produced by B C Sharma and L N Desai and directed by R D Rajput for Sagar Film Company, Bombay. The movie had Kamran, Indira, Sheila Kashmiri, Majnu, Arvind Kumar, Wazeer Mohammad Khan, Jillani, Harish, Heera Sawant, Shakeel Bano Bhopali, Dubey, Badshah Chorbazari, S Badshah, Harun, Ghulab, Kadir, Dalip, Ibrahim, Robert, Anil Kumar, Govind Dada, Aashiq, Begam etc in it.
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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.

Missing Films of 1960s – 16
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Obscure films and obscure artists – this arena is a goldmine for discovering wonderful gems; gems that have been unheard, or forgotten and buried under the sands of time. I was not even aware of the film ‘Private Detective’ from 1962, till I saw it listed in the homework assignment given to me by Khyati Ben.
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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.

I am quite fond of using phrases like “musical bandwagon”, “online collaboration”, “likeminded music lovers”, “labour of love” etc while discussing our activities in this blog. If we take a pause and reflect on what we are doing in this blog, we will realise that the kind of exchange of ideas, information, knowledge, wisdom, and pooling of resources that continuously takes place is simply mindboggling. It is not a case of I taking the lyrics of a song sent by a contributor and posting it just like that. Considerable background work is often involved in posting articles. In some cases, the background story behind the writing of the article itself makes for interesting reading.
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This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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.

The 5th song in the series “Gems from obscure films” is really a GEM of a song which was honoured by HMV by including it in the ” Film hits of Mubarak Begum”. It is from an obscure film called ” Khooni Khazaana”-1965. It was sung by Mubarak Begum under the baton of an obscure and less known composer- S Kishen.
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