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4800 Post No. : 16565

Hullo Atuldom

The song with this post is from “Zameen Ke Taare” (1960) not to be confused with the modern day “Taare Zameen Par” (2007). Both the movies had children as center of the movies. But that is where the similarities end.

“Zameen Ke Taare” had a cast of Daisy Irani, Honey Irani, Motilal, Achala Sachdev, Prem Kumar, Kiran Kumari, Anwar Hussain, Kumud Tripathi, Tun Tun, etc. I think Mumtaz and Jayshree T. too were in the movie as child actors. It was directed by Chandulal Shah and produced by Navinchandra Shah for Chandra Movies. It had music by S. Mohinder and songs were written by Tanveer Naqvi, Pandit Indra and Anand Bakshi. The movie had Asha Bhonsle, Sudha Malhotra, Manna Dey and Mohd Rafi as playback singers. It had eight songs of which the blog has the following three.

Song Date of posting
Tinke pe tinka chhutti ke din ka 2 June 2011
Deep gagan ke tum ho 29 November 2016
O mere pyaaron zameen ke taaron 8 september 2020

The last song posted (O mere pyaaron zameen ke taaron) had a post by Nahmji. It was an attempt to combine the birthdays of the singing legend Asha Bhonsle and music director of yesteryears S. Mohinder. Almost like what I am attempting with this post. And just like Nahmji, I also realized that the composer of the ’50s and ’60s passed away last September on the 6th, two days before he would have turned 95. I read through this news item which was written by Kushal Gopalka. It gave me a lot of knowledge about the music director of such popular songs as ‘Guzara hua zamaana aata nahi dobaara’ from the 1956 release ‘Shirin Farhad’. If I had not read that article I would not have known that I have heard songs tuned by him and enjoyed them.

Today’s song has the child actors Daisy Irani (Mangoo) and Honey Irani (Tingu) lip-syncing to Asha Bhonsle and Sudha Malhotra. This sweet and cute sounding song is penned by Anand Bakshi. The kids Mangoo and Tingu are on a trip in quest of Bhagwan because they have been told that their mothers have gone to “Bhagwan ka ghar”. In the course of their travels they come in contact with a number of people who provide them with diverse answers about where to find Bhagwan. The songs of the movie are set around these incidents. Rather interesting movie, I managed to see part of it in my quest of locating the actors mentioned in the cast.

With this post I wish my favourite singer Asha Bhonsleji on turning a year older. May she have a healthy and lovely life and may we have the pleasure of hearing her for some more years.

Audio

Video

Song-Chunnu patang ko kehta hai kite (Zameen Ke Taare)(1960) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Sudha Malhotra, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-S Mohinder

Lyrics

{whistling}
chunnu patang ko kehta hai kite
bolo beta tingu yeh wrong hai ya right
right right right
ram ke murge ki hai ek taang
bolo beta tingu yeh right hai ya wrong
wrong wrong wrong

lakdi ki khatiya pe haathi gaya let
hathni se kaha ke banao aamlet
lakdi ki khatiya pe haathi gaya let
hathni se kaha ke banao aamlet
football match mein jeeta hai maine cup
arre bolo beta tingu ye sachch hai ya gap
arre gap gap gap

{whistling}

oont ne chidiya ko kar liya catch
donon mein hua phir khushti ka match
oont ne chidiya ko kar liya catch
donon mein hua phir khushti ka match
chidiya se oont ki taang gayi toot
arre bolo beta tingu ye sachch hai ya jhoot
jhooth jhooth jhooth

ek tamasha maine dekha mere meet
paan khaake ek chooha gaa raha tha geet
ooohoo ooohoo
ek tamasha maine dekha mere meet
paan khaake ek chooha gaa raha tha geet
paas baithi billi tabla rahi thi peet
paas baithi billi tabla rahi thi peet
bolo beta tingu yeh galat hai ya theek
theek arre re re galat

{whistling}


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 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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4494 Post No. : 16021 Movie Count :

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Sometime back, I had come across a list of unreleased songs of Mohammed Rafi on the internet. The number of such songs were close to 100. A scrutiny of the songs revealed that these were not necessarily unreleased songs. Some songs were from unreleased films which were released later on gramophone records in some cases. Then, there were songs which were composed for released films but were not picturised. Some songs were deleted from films mainly to reduce the length of the films. Some of the songs in the list have already been covered in our Blog.

To begin with, I checked from the list to see which of the songs, especially of 1940s and 50s are available on the video sharing platforms which are yet to be covered on the Blog. From the list, I found two of the earliest songs among others rendered by Rafi for an unreleased film, ‘Geet Aur Aansoo’ (1940s) which are yet to be covered in the Blog. I am presenting one of Rafi’s two songs in the film, ‘maut uski jawaani pe lalchaayi’. The song has somewhat unusual lyrics by Surjeet Sethi.

Arun ji has confirmed that not much details about the film in HFGK such as the name of the director, star cast and other crews of the film is available except that it was produced under the banner of S. S. Moviemakers. One website (myswar.com) has shown the film as that of 1947 but as unreleased and has listed 7 songs in the film of which 2 songs were sung by Mohammed Rafi, 4 songs by Kusum Mantri and remaining one song sung by S Mohinder who was the music director. SAREGAMA has also listed S Mohinder as the music director for three mp3 clips of the songs of the film. All the songs were written by Surjeet Sethi.

I find from the filmography of S Mohinder that in most of the films for which he was the music director, Surjeet Sethi wrote lyrics for him. He wrote lyrics for S Mohinder in ‘Sehra’ (1948), ‘Neeli’ (1950), ‘Bahadur’ (1953), ‘Paapi’ (1953) and ‘Sau Ka Note’ (1955). After 1955, Surjeet Sethi seems to have given up writing lyrics for the film. After a gap of many years, Surjeet Singh’s name propped up as a producer-director-lyricist of an obscure film ‘Sandli’ (1980s, UR) for which S. Mohinder was the music director.

‘Geet Aur Aansoo’ (1940s UR) raises a point to ponder as to which was the debut film of music director S. Mohinder – ‘Sehra’ (1948) which has been marked as such or ‘Geet Aur Aansoo’ (1940s) songs of which were supposed to have been recorded in 1947? Surprisingly, I have not come across in any article on S. Mohinder or his interviews in which he had ever mentioned ‘Geet Aur Aansoo’ while discussing his film music.

I personally feel that ‘Geet Aur Aansoo’ may be the debut film both for music director, S. Mohinder and lyricist, Surjeet Sethi. First, the style of singing of Mohammed Rafi reminds me of his song in ‘Jugnu’ (1947). Secondly, I came to know from the Rajya Sabha interview which S Mohinder gave about 4 years back that he and Surjeet Sethi got acquainted with each other only during their train journey from Lahore to Bombay Central in May 1947, a few months before on the partition. During the conversation in the train, Surjeet Singh introduced himself as a shaayar. Their friendship in Mumbai may have led to their collaboration in ‘Geet Aur Aansoo’ (1940s, UR) and some more films.

Audio Clip:

Song-Maut uski jawaani pe lalchaayee (Geet Aur Aansoo)(1947) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Surjeet Sethi, MD-S Mohinder

Lyrics

maut uski jawaani pe lalchaayi
liya aagosh mein jyonhi wo muskaayi
maut uski jawaani pe lalchaayi

uski hansi ne khud ko naashaad kiya aa aa aa aa
uski hansi ne khud ko naashaad kiya aa aa aa
uski shokhee ne khud ko barbaad kiya
usko le doobi uski hi angdaayi
maut uski jawaani pe lalchaayi
liya aagosh mein jyonhi wo muskaayi
maut uski jawaani pe lalchaayi

mil gayi raakh mein aaj uski jawaani
mil gayi raakh mein aaj uski jawaani
maut ki dulhan bani wo husn ki raani ee
naseeb-e-maut ab teri kahaan sunaayi(?)
maut uski jawaani pe lalchaayi
liya aagosh mein jyonhi wo muskaayi
maut uski jawaani pe lalchaayi
lalchaayi
lalchaayi


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4484 Post No. : 15999

“Captain Sheroo”(1963) was directed by Dharam Singh for Bina Chitra, Bombay. This costume drama has Jairaj, Helen, Tiwari, Niranjan Sharma, Padma Rani, Amirbai, Ajit Soni, Jillani, Tuntun, Ramlal, Maqbool etc in it.

The movie had seven songs in it. Two songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Captain Sheroo”(1963) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Usha Mangeshkar. Naqsh Llayalpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by S Mohinder.

Only the audio of this rare song is available. The song sounds like “hansta hua nooraani chehra” from “Parasmani”(1963). My guess is that this song too is a synchronised dance song, just like the “Parasmani” (1963) song. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Nazar ko milaana milaa kar jhukaana (Captain Sheroo)(1963) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Usha Mangeshkar, Lyrics-Naqsh Llayalpuri, MD-S Mohinder
Both

Lyrics

Nazar ko milaana
Nazar ko milaana
milaa kar jhukaana
yahi hai muhabbat ki pehli nishaani
yahi hai muhabbat ki pehli nishaani

main chaahoon chhupaana
na soojhe bahaana
main chaahoon chhupaana
na soojhe bahaana
yahi hai muhabbat ki pehli nishaani
yahi hai muhabbat ki pehli nishaani
Nazar ko milaana milaa kar jhukaana

jhuki jhuki aankh mein khumaar aa gaya
beqaraar zindagi mein pyaar aa gaya
jhuki jhuki aankh mein khumaar aa gaya
beqaraar zindagi mein pyaar aa gaya
pyaar saathh leke intzaar aa gaya
intzaar aa gaya
ke dil ka fasaana
ke dil ka fasaana
nazar ka churaana
yahi hai muhabbat ki pehli nishaani
yahi hai muhabbat ki pehli nishaani
Nazar ko milaana milaa kar jhukaana

wo miley nigaah se nigaah mil gayi
mere dil ko ek nayi raah mil gayi
wo miley nigaah se nigaah mil gayi
mere dil ko ek nayi raah mil gayi
jaaneman tujhe kisi ki chaah mil gayi
kisi ki chaah mil gayi

kabhi muskuraana
kabhi muskuraana
kabhi jhenp jaana
yahi hai muhabbat ki pehli nishaani
yahi hai muhabbat ki pehli nishaani
Nazar ko milaana milaa kar jhukaana


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4435 Post No. : 15872

S. Mohinder (8/09/1925-6/9/2020) : A tribute
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Just as I was preparing this post for the birth anniversaries of both S. Mohinder and Asha Bhosle, comes the news demise of S. Mohinder. As I don’t know much about the music director, I was looking up on Google for basic information if it is available. I found the sad news and this news item.
S. Mohinder, among the last of the musicians of the 40’s, was born in Punjab on 8th September, 1925. The end has come just two days before he was to turn 95.

K. S. Shenoy Sir had made this comment to my recent post :

Nahm Ji, not heard this one before. Nice rendering by Rafi Ji.
At the beginning when I read that the post is about a children’s song, two songs immediately flashed in my mind
(Iconic) ‘Nanhe Munne….’
And ‘O mere pyarozameenke taro…’. Such beautiful song by Rafi Ji ,Asha&Sudha. Though not a sad tune, in the context of the movie it brings tears to my eyes.

He also gave the link for this song from the film ‘Zameen Ke Taare” (1960), which I found to be very sweet and poignant. Not just the mukhda only which Rafi sahab is singing, but the stanzas by two kids for whom Asha Bhonsle and Sudha Malhotra are singing. This was an unknown song and I heard it for the first time that day. It felt a familiar and dear song right from the first hearing. It is a lorry song also with the lorry driver, who is I think ‘Anwar Hussain’, the brother of Nargis. But his filmography everywhere has missed this movie,”Zameen ke Taare”, where he is getting to sing such a melodious song. The songs are composed by S. Mohinder and lyricist of this song is Pandit Indra.

Since I am doing anniversary posts regularly whenever possible, I decided to write a post for this children’s song for 8th September is the birth date of both S. Mohinder and Asha Bhonsle.
But that 95th birthday was not destined to be. So as a tribute to S. Mohinder I am reproducing a few lines from the famous song by the veteran composer of melodious songs :

mere liye sahar bhi aayi hai raat ban kar
niklaa meraa janaazaa meri baraat ban kar
achchhaa huaa jo tumne dekhaa na ye nazaaraa
haafiz khudaa tumhaaraa
guzraa huaa zamaanaa
aataa nahin dubaaraa
haafiz khudaa tumhaaraa
haafiz khudaa tumhaaraa

The famous song actually starts with this sha’ir byTanvir Naqvi :

Bhool jaana meri wafaaon ko
Bakhsh denaa meri khataaon ko…..

May the departed soul, rest in eternal, heavenly peace.

Audio

Video

Song-O mere pyaaron zameen ke taaron (Zameen Ke Taare)(1960) Singers-Rafi, Sudha Malhotra, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Pt Indra, MD-S Mohinder
Sudha Malhotra + Asha Bhonsle

Lyrics

aaa aaa aaa aaa
ohhohoho
hoooooooo

o mere pyaaron
zameen ke taaron
o mere pyaaron
zameen ke taaron
jaana tumhenhaikahaan
o gaadi waale
le chal udaake
maiyyan hamaari jahaanaan
le chal tu ham ko wahaan

o mere pyaaron
zameen ke taaron
le jaaungaa main wahaan

kaajal lagaa ke
lori sunaake
hamko sulaati thhi maa aa

pyaar se jhoomke
mukhde ko choom ke
hamko jagaati thhi maa aa

khadi akeli
baat nihaare
maiyyan hamaari jahaanaan
le chal tu ham ko wahaan

o mere pyaaron
zameen ke taaron
le jaaungaa main wahaan

kehna na maana
ham ne jomaakaa
hamko rulaati thhi maan an

khilone de ke
pappi le ke
hamko hansaati thhi maan an

khadi akeli
baat nihaare
maiyyan hamaari jahaanaan
le chal tu ham ko wahaan

o mere pyaaron
zameen ke taaron
le jaaungaa main wahaan an

ham roothh jaate
aansoo bahaate
ham ko manaati thhi maanaan

god bithhaake
laddoo khilaa ke
hamko rijhaati thhi maanaan

khadi akeli
baat nihaare
maiyyan hamaari jahaanaan
le chal tu ham ko wahaan

o mere pyaaron
zameen ke taaron
le jaaungaa main wahaan
o gaadi waale
le chal udaake
maiyyan hamaari jahaanaan
le chal tu ham ko wahaan

o mere pyaaron
zameen ke taaron
le jaaungaa main wahaan
aaa aaa aaa aaa
oh oho ho
aaa aaa aaa aaa
oh oho ho
aaa aaa aaa aaa
oh oho ho
hmmmmmmmmmmm


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4307 Post No. : 15579

“Paataal Pari”(1957) was produced by Bakht Bahadur Singh and directed by S P Bakshi for Sardar Pictures, Bombay. This fantasy movie had Shakila, Jairaj, Tiwari, Kumkum, Ramesh Thakur, Yashodhar Katju, Mohinder, Habeeb, Ramkumar, Zippy, Uma Dutt, H Prakash, Gulnaar, Khairaati, Sheikh etc alongwith guest artists Shree Mohan, Heera Sawant and Indra.

The movie had eight songs in it. Three songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fourth song from the movie to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Sudha Malhotra and chorus. Lyricist is S B Bakshi, the director of the movie ! Music is composed by S Mohinder.

Only the audio of this song is available. It sounds like a dance song in a raj darbaar. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Bach jaa nazar ke teer se (Paataal Pari)(1957) Singer-Sudha Malhotra, Lyrics-S P Bakshi, MD-S Mohinder
Chorus

Lyrics

Bach jaa nazar ke teer se
abroo ki shamsheer se
bigdi bana tadbeer se
lad le zara taqdeer se
Bach jaa nazar ke teer se
abroo ki shamsheer se
bigdi bana tadbeer se
lad le zara taqdeer se
Bach jaa nazar ke teer se
abroo ki shamsheer se

kadam kadam par laakh balaayen
khadi hain rasta roke
kadam kadam par laakh balaayen
khadi hain rasta roke

khushi ke badle gham milte hain
pyaar ke badle dhokhe
khushi ke badle gham milte hain
pyaar ke badle dhokhe

dar na is dilgeer(??) se
zulfon ki zanjeer se
Bach jaa nazar ke teer se
abroo ki shamsheer se
bigdi bana tadbeer se
lad le zara taqdeer se
Bach jaa nazar ke teer se
abroo ki shamsheer se

dekh kahin chhalke na teri zindagi ka paimaana
dekh kahin chhalke na teri zindagi ka paimaana
khulti hai kismat ki dori
jaldi se bandh jaana
khulti hai kismat ki dori
jaldi se bandh jaana

bhaag jaa is zanjeer se
door kahin tadbeer se
Bach jaa nazar ke teer se
abroo ki shamsheer se
bigdi bana tadbeer se
lad le zara taqdeer se
Bach jaa nazar ke teer se
abroo ki shamsheer se


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4273 Post No. : 15506

A rain drop falls on a smoldering matchstick. And extinguishes it. A poet sees this happening. And the poet’s mind creates the lines that go on to become an iconic song that lead the on screen performer by hand to the rising heights of super-stardom. You may have already guessed it. Ah yes, I am talking about ‘Amar Prem’ (1971) and Rajesh Khanna. The song – “Chingaari Koi Bhadke To Saawan Usey Bhujaaye”. And the poet behind this hit song – Anand Bakshi.

Remembering Anand Bakshi on his remembrance day today. He passed away this day in 2002.

A career that had quite a chequered start, lasted for more than 4 decades. And continued to produce hits after hits all the way till he passed away. Chequered in that he joined the army in 1947 as a switchboard operator in the Signals Core; left the army and came to Bombay (now Mumbai) in early 1950s; made no headway and in despair, returned to join the army; but could not get rid of the film-bug. He resigned from the army again in 1956 and came to Bombay once again. This time he stuck it out. Bhagwan Dada gave him a break in his 1958 film ‘Bhala Aadmi’. The young Anand, then 27 years old, penned six songs for that film. One song by him had already appeared in an obscure 1957 film ‘Silver King’. Sadly, maybe expectedly, no songs of ‘Silver King’ are available. His debut song is probably lost forever, barring some miracle discovery.

The stumbling start led to success, slowly but surely. Popular hits came in ones and twos, and Anand continued to push his career graph, always up and up. Seven films carried his songs in 1959. Not popular hits, but surely a few are a good listen. Attention came his way in 1960, with films like ‘Air Mail’ – “Shoon Shadap Nazron Ki Jhadap” and “Tumhin Ne Mera Dil Chheen Kar”; ‘Mehlon Ke Khwab’ – “Lo Ji Bujh Gayi Bijli Pyaar Ki”; ‘Zameen Ke Taare’ – “Tinke Pe Tinka, Chhutti Ke Din Ka”; Then in 1961 came the film ‘Razia Sultana’ with Nirupa Roy and Jairaj in lead roles. The duet written by Anand went on to become an all time favorite – “Dhalti Jaaye Raat, Keh Le Dil Ki Baat”.

Then came 1962, with the perennial favorite qawwaali – “Meri Taveer Le Ke Kya Karoge”. Plus the films ‘Mehndi Lagi Mere Haath’, ‘Baanke Saanwariya’ with a good repertoire of songs by Anand. And the year was topped by the one song he wrote for ‘Vallah Kya Baat Hai’ – “Ghame e Hasti Se Bas Begaana Hota”. He was 32 years of age.

1963 was adorned with another wonderful qawwali from his pen. The film – ‘Jab Se Tumhen Dekha Hai’, and the song – “Tumhen Husn De Ke Khuda Ne Sitamgar Banaaya Banaaya”. That year, we also have from him “Taaron Ki Chhaon Taley, Shamma Parwaane Miley” in the film ‘Zaraak Khan’, and the sterling Mukesh solo – “Chaand Aaahen Bharega” from the film ‘Phool Baney Angaare’, which was otherwise loaded with a set of charming hits.

Next was 1964 (of course 🙂 ) and the film for which Anand teamed up with Laxmi-Pyaare to produce a set of songs that have remained on the lips and in the mind of music lovers since then – ‘Mr X In Bombay’. And this was the year that this young poet made it to the Binaca Geet Mala listing (at no. 6) for the first time with the song – “Mere Mehboob Qayaamat Hogi”. What a song it is, and what a set of lilting songs this film carries. Anand’s foothold in the tinsel town was now firm and very steady.

1965 – and just the sampling of films should be enough – ‘Himalay Ki God Mein’, ‘Jab Jab Phool Khile’, ‘Lutera’, ‘Shriman Funtoosh’ and ‘Teesra Kaun’ – memorable songs that are too numerous to be listed individually. Notable mentions required though, for “Hamen Kya Jo Har Su Ujaale Huye Hain” from ‘Namaste Ji’ and “Ye Dard Bhara Afsaana” from ‘Shriman Funtoosh’. And yes – “Pyaar Ka Fasaana Bana Le Dil Deewaana” from ‘Teesra Kaun’.

Going from strength to strength, Anand rounded off the year 1966 with fabulous songs in films like ‘Aasra’, ‘Aaye Din Bahaar Ke’, ‘Devar’, ‘Pati Patni’, ‘Preet Na Jaane Reet’, ‘Professor X’,  and ‘Sunehre Qadam’.

In 1967, Anand completed 10 years of his career in the Bombay film industry with top hits in films like ‘Milan’, ‘Farz’, ‘Night In London’, ‘Aamne Saamne’, ‘Milan Ki Raat’, ‘Chandan Ka Palna’, and ‘Taqdeer’. What more to say.

The remaining years of the 1960s decade – even listing a sampler would be too much space to cover. Suffice to say that the super hit “Mere Sapnon Ki Raani. . .” that truly launched Rajesh Khanna on the way to super stardom, came from the pen of Anand Bakshi.

And he would go on writing for another three and a half decades – including perennial favorites like “Hum Ko Tumse Ho Gaya Hai Pyaar Kya Karen” (‘Amar Akbar Anthony’, 1977), “Tujhe Dekha To Ye Jaana Sanam” (‘Dilwaale Dulhaniya Le Jaayenge’, 1995), and thousands more – in fact a total of 3,500 songs spread out across more than 635 films. Such a career cannot be done justice in a single blog post. 🙂

Thanks Anand Bakshi ji, for so many wonderful memories to hum and enjoy.

Coming to the song for today. As I was seeking to get one of his earliest songs to present today, I came upon this wonderful Rafi solo that has been tuned by S Mohinder. The film is ‘Sun To Le Haseena’ which belongs to his debut year 1958.

Produced under the banner of Filmistan Limited, the film is directed by SP Bakshi. The star cast is listed as Shashikala, Ravindra Kapoor, Agha, P Kailash, Badri Prasad, Randhir, Gulab, Sabita Chatterjee, Kanu Rai, Manju, Manohar Geer, Majnu, Vitthal Das Panchotia, Madhu Apte, Ramlal, Leela, Bazid Khan, Rajeshwar Singh, Noor, Chandramohan, Pathak, Shantaram, Ravi Tandon, Sundar, and Pal.

The film has a total of seven songs written by four songwriters, with Anand’s contribution tally is three. (Other songwriters are Sarshaar Sailaani, Kaif Irfaani and Raahil Gorakhpuri). This is the second song of this film, written by him to be showcased here, and the third song from the film.

Rafi Sb has rendered this call-to-the-beloved song with gusto. A very interesting listen, I am sure you will agree.

Song – De Deedar, O Dildaar (Sun To Le Haseena) (1958) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Lyrics – Anand Bakshi, MD – S Mohinder

Lyrics

de deedar. . .
o dildaar. . .
haaye jhaank jharokhe se ik baar
aashiq tere dar pe aa ke ban gaya chowkidaar
ke de deedar. . .
o dildaar. . .

hota hai kahin kuchh khatka
lagta hai mujhe ik jhatka
hota hai kahin kuchh khatka
lagta hai mujhe ik jhatka
pal chhalak chhalak jaata hai
mere armaanon ka matka
mere armaanon ka matka. . .
har aahat pe chaunk ke jaani hota hoon taiyaar
ke de deedar. . .
o dildaar. . .
haaye jhaank jharokhe se ik baar
aashiq tere dar pe aa ke ban gaya chowkidaar
ke de deedar. . .
o dildaar. . .

o nakhre takhre waali
ye raat hai kaali kaali..ee. . .
o nakhre takhre waali
ye raat hai kaali kaali
kar saamne chaand sa mukhda
chaahe chhup ja de kar gaali
chaahe chhup ja de kar gaali. . .
varna faand ke aa jaaunga ye oonchi deewaar
ke de deedar. . .
o dildaar. . .
haaye jhaank jharokhe se ik baar
aashiq tere dar pe aa ke ban gaya chowkidaar
ke de deedar. . .
o dildaar. . .

main tujh pe ho ke lattu
tere naam ka ho gaya rattu..uu. . .
main tujh pe ho ke lattu
tere naam ka ho gaya rattu. . .
tere gham ka utha ke bojha
bana aadmi se main tattu
bana aadmi se main tattu. . .
ab tadpa tadpa ke zaalim yun na mujhko maar
ke de deedar. . .
o dildaar. . .
haaye jhaank jharokhe se ik baar
aashiq tere dar pe aa ke ban gaya chowkidaar
ke de deedar. . .
o dildaar. . .

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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दे दीदार॰ ॰ ॰
ओ दिलदार॰ ॰ ॰
हाए झांक झरोखे से इक बार
आशिक तेरे दर पे आके बन गया चौकीदार
के दे दीदार॰ ॰ ॰
ओ दिलदार॰ ॰ ॰

होता है कहीं कुछ खटका
लगता है मुझे ईक झटका
होता है कहीं कुछ खटका
लगता है मुझे ईक झटका
पल छलक छलक जाता है
मेरे अरमानों का मटका
मेरे अरमानों का मटका॰ ॰ ॰
हर आहट पे चौंक के जानी होता हूँ तैयार
के दे दीदार॰ ॰ ॰
ओ दिलदार॰ ॰ ॰
हाए झांक झरोखे से इक बार
आशिक तेरे दर पे आके बन गया चौकीदार
के दे दीदार॰ ॰ ॰
ओ दिलदार॰ ॰ ॰

ओ नखरे टखरे वाली
ये रात है काली काली॰॰ई॰ ॰ ॰
ओ नखरे टखरे वाली
ये रात है काली काली
कर सामने चाँद सा मुखड़ा
चाहे छुप जा देकर गाली
चाहे छुप जा देकर गाली॰ ॰ ॰
वरना फांद के आ जाऊंगा ये ऊंची दीवार
के दे दीदार॰ ॰ ॰
ओ दिलदार॰ ॰ ॰
हाए झांक झरोखे से इक बार
आशिक तेरे दर पे आके बन गया चौकीदार
के दे दीदार॰ ॰ ॰
ओ दिलदार॰ ॰

मैं तुझपे हो के लट्टू
तेरे नाम का हो गया रट्टू॰॰उ॰ ॰ ॰
मैं तुझपे हो के लट्टू
तेरे नाम का हो गया रट्टू॰ ॰ ॰
तेरे ग़म का उठा के बोझा
बना आदमी से मैं टट्टू
बना आदमी से मैं टट्टू॰ ॰ ॰
अब तड़पा तड़पा कर ज़ालिम यूं ना मुझको मार
के दे दीदार॰ ॰ ॰
ओ दिलदार॰ ॰ ॰
हाए झांक झरोखे से इक बार
आशिक तेरे दर पे आके बन गया चौकीदार
के दे दीदार॰ ॰ ॰
ओ दिलदार॰ ॰


This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, 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.

Blog Day :

3983 Post No. : 15072

Today’s song is from film ‘Kaarwaan’ (1956), a costume drama, made by Shahkaar productions, Bombay. Produced by Dev Jolly, it was directed by Rafiq Rizvi – whose career as a director came to a close with this film. His 6 films began with ‘Waayda’ (1940). The music was by S Mohinder. The lyricists were Tanvir Naqvi, Pt. Bhushan and Saarshaar Sailani.

S Mohinder aka Bakshi Mohinder Singh Sarna, was one of the very few Sikh composers in Hindi films (only 3 till 1970. Sardul Kwatra, GS Kohli and S Mohinder). For this film, he had 2 assistants. One was Inderjeet Singh, who was the maternal Uncle (mamma) of today’s singer Daler Mehndi and the other was Pt Kishen who was Husnlal and Bhagatram’s nephew (sister’s son). These two assistants were working with S Mohinder till 1961, after which both died one after another.

S Mohinder was born on 24-2-1925 in a small town called Silanwali in Montgomery District of un-divided Punjab. His full name was Bakshi Mohinder Singh Sarna.  His father Sujan Singh Bakhshi was a sub-inspector in police. Soon the family moved to a comparatively larger city Lyallpur, where young Mohinder around 1935 came in contact with an accomplished Sikh religious vocalist Sant Sujan Singh. He honed his skills for several years in classical music in the tutelage of Sant Sujan Singh. Initially he wanted to be a singer. The family moved to Sheikhupura , close  to Nankana Sahib, the birth place of Guru Nanak and S Mohinder got his further training in classical music from legendry Sikh religious musician Bhai Samund Singh. Frequent transfers of his father kept the family on the move. Since S Mohinder’s education was suffering badly, durIng early forties, he was enrolled in Khalsa High School in village Kairon in Amritsar District.

In 1947, the rest of the family too moved to East Punjab in India. The love for classical music brought S Mohinder to Benares. After a couple of years of grooming in classical music in Benares, the Mecca of Indian classical music, S Mohinder, came to Bombay, the leading center of film industry. His first successful film was ‘Neeli’ (1950), which was musically a hit but not successful on the box office. S Mohinder took a regular job of music director with Filmistan Studios, which was churning out movies like factory. He composed music for Filmistan for half a decade. It was a great experience.

After a successful relationship as a music director with Filmistan Studios, S Mohinder composed music for Chandu Lal Shah’s (Ranjit Movietone) film ‘Zameen Ke Taare’ (1960). It became a hit. After that he composed the music for Wadia Brothers film ‘Reporter Raju’ (1962) and producer Roop K Shori’s film ‘Ek Ladki Saat Ladke’ (1961). He gave music for unreleased film ‘Do Dost’ also.

S Mohinder says that during the sixties, when only Hans Raj Behl and Sardul Singh Kwatra were in the field of composing music for Punjabi films, he also tried his hand at Punjab films. The response was good. His music for his first Punjabi film ‘Pardesi Dhola’ was a hit. After that he mainly devoted his attention on composing music for Punjabi films only. His music for ‘Chambe Di Kali’ also became a hit. Inderjit Hassanpuri, a friend of S Mohinder, made a Punjabi film ‘Daaj’ for which S Mohinder composed very emotional tunes. Later on during the late seventies S Mohinder composed music for some non-film Punjabi albums too and the singers included the best in the Punjabi music business, Surinder Kaur and Asa Singh Mastana. These private albums were also instant hits.

In 1960, S Mohinder composed music for the film ‘Mehlon Ke Khwaab’ produced by Madhubala. The film did quite well at the box office and its music became a hit. The untimely death of Madhubala in 1969, during the prime of her youth deeply saddened S Mohinder. He came to the conclusion that the field of composing music for Hindi films was getting a lot of new players and the melody was slowly yielding place to noisy heavy metal music. So he decided to go back to his roots and switch to composing music for Punjabi movies.

Ram Maheshwari and Panna Lal Maheshwari, originally from Amritsar, decided to make a movie in Punjabi based on Sikh religious sentiments. The film was titled ‘Nanak Naam Jahaaz Hai’. S Mohinder got the contract to compose the music. The story of the film required some scenes to be picturized in the Golden Temple. S Mohinder thought that the music for those scenes was a very sensitive subject and must be performed by the finest exponent of Sikh Religious classical music. So he requested Bhai Samund Singh to sing the Shabads. Bhai Samund Singh was also the mentor of S Mohinder during his early training in classical music. Initially Bhai Samund Singh hesitated, but eventually he agreed to sing for the movie. S Mohinder believes that what Bade Ghulam Ali Khan’s singing was to the great movie ‘Mughal e Azam’, the shabads sung by Bhai Samund Singh are to Punjabi film ‘Nanak Naam Jahaaz Hai’. As we all know film ‘Nanak Naam Jahaaz Hai’ has been an all time hit Punjabi movie. Its music was also as big a success.

The runaway success of ‘Nanak Naam Jahaaz Hai’ ushered in an era of for making well meaning movies based on Sikh religious stories. S Mohinder composed the music for most of these Sikh religious movies.’Dukh Bhanjan Tera Naam’ (1974) featuring Shaminder Singh as the hero was the next film, it was also quite successful. Then came two more namely ‘Man Jeete Jag Jeet’ (1973) and ‘Paapi Tare Anek’ (1976). Both were successful at the box office. All these movies were made during the decade of seventies. S Mohinder also composed some of his most memorable music for these movies.

During the decade of nineteen seventies, S Mohinder composed music for some private albums also including some featuring Sikh devotional music and some featuring the folk music of Punjab. Legendry Punjabi singer Surinder Kaur was prominently featured on some of these albums. He gave music to 36 Hindi films, composing 243 songs. He also sang 3 songs in 3 films.

S Mohinder left India for the USA in October 1982, when he was at the peak of his career as a music composer. The last film featuring his music was named ‘Maula Jatt’, with Dara Singh in the male lead role. Even in US, he did lot of work in Music – like recording songs, running a music school etc. (Adapted, with thanks, from an article in apnaorg.com)

Today’s song is written by Tanvir Naqvi. Tanvir Naqvi (real name – Syed Khursheed Ali) was born on 16th February 1919, at Lahore. His father was a jaagirdar and elder brother was ADC to a nawab. Tanvir went to Persia, along with father, where he was educated in Urdu and Persian. From the age of 14 years, he started writing poetry and participated in various mushairas. He published a book of poetry, titled ‘Suhaane Sapne. By chance, AR Kardar read it and called Tanvir to Bombay to write for his film ‘Swami’ (1941), made by CIRCO Productions.

In his next film, ‘Nai Duniya’ (1942), Suraiya sang his song as her first song. His films ‘Anmol Ghadi’ (1946) and ‘Jugnu’ (1947) became hits and all his songs were appreciated much. He had earned a good name. However, after film ‘Parda’ (1949), he migrated to Pakistan. In 1954, K Asif invited him to India to write songs for his film ‘Mughal e Azam’, but by that time, Naushad had built his own team and he declined to take Tanvir Naqvi. From 1954 to 1959, Tanvir did many films. He also joined S Mohinder and wrote songs for his 7 films.

In 1959, Tanvir Naqvi shifted again to Pakistan, but this time for good. There also he wrote for many films, like ‘Koel’, ‘Jhoomar’, ‘Salma’, ‘Gulfam’, ‘Elaan’etc. He wrote also for Punjabi films. He had married Idaan – elder sister of actress singer Nurjehan. However, since he had no children from her, so he married again and had 2 children.  He died in Lahore on 1-11-1972. In India, he wrote 224 songs for 48 films. Some of his songs are popular even today.

The cast of the film consisted of Shakila, Mahipal, Heeralal, Gope, Yashodhara Katju, Randhir, Satish, Sheila Vaz, Helen, Cuckoo and others. All the usual actors for a C grade costume drama. I find that most main actors are the subject matters of many articles, but actors like Heeralal are left out. I reproduce below a brief biosketch of Heeralal that I have earlier posted for the song “Main Hoon Bhaiya Dim Timkar“.

Heeralal is a familiar face to every fan of vintage Bollywood as he played countless character parts, often as the villain, in literally hundreds of films both big and small. He was born Heeralal Thakur, on March 14, 1912 in Lahore (now part of Pakistan) and began his career in silent films with AR Kardar’s ‘Safdar Jung’ which was released in 1930. Incidentally, his second film, ‘Daughters of Today’, actually made it to movie theaters first, in 1929. He was under contract to United Players Corporation and made several silent pictures for them before making the transition to talkies and moving on to other studios for films like ‘Pavitra Ganga’ (1932), ‘Seeta’ (1934), and ‘Blood Feud’ (1935).

Some of his notable fantasy, sci-fi and horror films include ‘Khooni Jaadugar’ (1939), ‘Arabian Nights’ (1946), ‘Mehbooba’ (1954), ‘Hatimtai Ki Beti’ (1955), ‘Roop Basant’ (1955), ‘Sakhi Hatim’ (1955), ‘Shah Behram’ (1955), ‘Indra Sabha’ (1956), ‘Shaan e Hatim’ (1958), ‘Dr. Z’  (1959), ‘Dr. Shaitan’ (1960),  ‘Jadoo Mahal’ (1962), ‘Flying Man’ (1965), ‘Gumnaam’ (1965), ‘Sindbad, Alibaba and Alladin’ (1965), ‘Love And Murder’ (1966), ‘Sheba And Hercules’ (1967), and ‘Alibaba’ (1976). Hiralal worked continuously until his death on June 27, 1982.

He had worked in 203 films. His first film was ‘Pavitra Ganga’ (1932) and last film was ‘Kaalia’ (1981).

Today’s song is actually a very sweet song and had been a popular song in its time. This is a duet of Lata and GM Durrani. The mukhda says – “Ae Saarbaan, Saarbaan. . .”. The word saarbaan means actually ‘camel handler’, but in Persian language it also means the caravaan leader. I liked this song very much. In fact, many of the songs composed by S Mohinder are very good, but somehow he never became an A grade composer.

 

Song – Ae Saarbaan Saarbaan, Kis Raah Ka Raahi Hai Tu (Kaarwaan) (1956) Singer – Lata Mangeshkar, GM Durrani, Lyrics – Tanveer Naqvi, MD – S Mohinder

Lyrics

ae saarbaan saarbaan
ae saarbaan saarbaan

kis raah ka raahi hai tu
hai tujhko kiski justju
hogi teri manzil kahaan
ae saarbaan saarbaan
ae saarbaan saarbaan

teri meri manzil nahin
manzil hai manzil ka nishaan
ae jaan e jaan jaan e jaan
ae jaan e jaan jaan e jaan

mujhko ko bhi apne saath le. . .
de haath mera haath le
de haath mera haath le
mushkil bahut hain raaste
aasaan hain mere waste
aasaan hain mere waste
raste ki sab dushwaariaan
ae saarbaan saarbaan
ae saarbaan saarbaan
ae jaan e jaan jaan e jaan
ae jaan e jaan jaan e jaan

gar tujhko khud pe hai yakeen. . .
mushkil koi mushkil nahin
mushkil koi mushkil nahin
ghat’ta rahega har khatar
kat’ta rahega ye safar
kat’ta rahega ye safar
badhta rahega kaarwaan
ae saarbaan saarbaan
ae jaan e jaan jaan e jaan

badh kar na thehren phir kadam. . .
ye shauk ka dastoor hai
ye shauk ka dastoor hai
teri mohabbat ke liye
sab kuchh mujhe manzoor hai
sab kuchh mujhe manzoor hai
le chal mujhe chaahe jahaan
ae saarbaan saarbaan
ae saarbaan saarbaan
ae jaan e jaan jaan e jaan
ae jaan e jaan jaan e jaan

ae saarbaan saarbaan
ae saarbaan saarbaan

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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ए सारबाँ सारबाँ
ए सारबाँ सारबाँ

किस राह का राही है तू
है तुझको किसकी जुस्तजू
होगी तेरी मंज़िल कहाँ
ए सारबाँ सारबाँ
ए सारबाँ सारबाँ

तेरी मेरी मंज़िल नहीं
मंज़िल है मंज़िल का निशां
ए जान ए जान जान ए जान
ए जान ए जान जान ए जान

मुझको भी अपने साथ ले॰ ॰ ॰
दे हाथ मेरा हाथ ले
दे हाथ मेरा हाथ ले
मुश्किल बहुत हैं रास्ते
आसाँ है मेरे वास्ते
आसाँ है मेरे वास्ते
रस्ते की सब दुश्वारीयाँ
ए सारबाँ सारबाँ
ए सारबाँ सारबाँ
ए जान ए जान जान ए जान
ए जान ए जान जान ए जान

गर तुझको खुद पे है यकीं॰ ॰ ॰
मुश्किल कोई मुश्किल नहीं
मुश्किल कोई मुश्किल नहीं
घटता रहेगा हर ख़तर
कटता रहेगा हर सफर
कटता रहेगा हर सफर
बढ़ता रहेगा कारवां
ए सारबाँ सारबाँ
ए जान ए जान जान ए जान

बढ़ कर ना ठहरें फिर कदम॰ ॰ ॰
ये शौक का दस्तूर है
ये शौक का दस्तूर है
तेरी मोहब्बत के लिए
सब कुछ मुझे मंजूर है
सब कुछ मुझे मंजूर है
ले चल मुझे चाहे जहां
ए सारबाँ सारबाँ
ए सारबाँ सारबाँ
ए जान ए जान जान ए जान
ए जान ए जान जान ए जान

ए सारबाँ सारबाँ
ए सारबाँ सारबाँ

 


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 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.

Blog Day :

3927 Post No. : 14997

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Atul Song-A-Day 15K Song Milestone Celebrations – 7
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The Blog is in the vicinity of reaching a new milestone of 15000 posts and the celebrations are in order. It is in the 11th year of its existence during which time, it has passed through many milestones. Hearty congratulations to Atul ji and his bandwagon for attaining 15000 posts. I am sure that the Blog would pass through many more milestones in the years to come.

To measure a milestone, one needs to have a reference point. For the Blog, the First Post appeared in the Blog on July 19, 2008 is the reference point itself which is the mother of all subsequent milestones.

The second important milestone of the Blog was the first comment on the Blog which was none other than from Raja ji, the numero uno inspirer for Atul ji, as I understand from latter’s special articles, for starting the Blog. By now, the cumulative substantive comments on the posts in the Blog have crossed 60,000 which itself is one of the important milestones for the Blog.

The third important milestone was when for the first time, the daily visitors to the Blog crossed 1000. While I am not able to get the exact date on which this milestone was achieved, I am pretty sure on the basis of some average figures of visitors discussed by Atul ji on ‘About the Blog’ page, that this milestone was achieved within one year from the start of the Blog. Surely, for a new ‘start-up’ Blog, this was great news.
[Ed Note: The date was 23rd January, 2009; visitor count was 1145.]

If I plot a curve on the basis of the yearly average visitors to the Blog, I am sure, the graph would show a secular rising curve in the initial period of the Blog followed by a steep upward sloping curve during the last about 7 years. This is based on the assumption that as the aggregate number of posts as well as songs discussed in the Blog go up arithmetically, the number of visitors would go up geometrically. This is also borne out by the fact that as of now, the Blog has crossed 11 million (1 crore 10 lakhs) visitors in less than 11 years of its existence.
[Ed Note: As this post goes to press, the blog is already 70 thousand plus hits beyond 11.5 million. 🙂 ]

Fourth important milestone of the Blog was hitting 1000th post. On the basis of the statistics of month-wise aggregate posts, I guess the 1000th post was achieved in about 8 months’ time which, as far as I know, is a record for any musical/filmy Blog to achieve in the shortest time-frame. Of course, thereafter every 1000th post was a milestone and every post in multiples of 5000 was ‘Maha Milestone’ (like ‘Maha Kumbh).
[Ed Note: The 1000th post was published on 30th March, 2009, which is the 255th day from the start date of the blog (19th July, 2008), which works out to 7 months and 11 days.]

As I mentioned earlier, the Blog started on July 19, 2008 with a single goal – to post at least one song a day with lyrics and discuss the song. This goal has been met since the inception of the Blog with some very few occasional exceptions. But these exceptions have been overwhelmingly compensated by the fact that on an average, 3 to 4 songs a day have been covered in the Blog up till now.

Over a period of time, the Blog had earmarked some more goals – Artists’ centuries, covering all the songs of films (yippeee’d films), posting songs from those films which had not been represented in the Blog, etc. Recently, Sudhir ji has completed a century of posts representing the songs from those films released in 1960s which were not represented on the Blog. Like-wise Arun ji and myself had posted songs from a number of films released mainly in the 1940s which were not covered in the Blog.

Other important goals that have been achieved during the last 7 years or so are covering all the available songs sung by KL Saigal, and Suraiya. Also, all available songs composed by Sajjad Hussain have also been posted in the Blog. Again, Sudhir ji had contributed a lot in achieving these goals.

The next in line among the singers and music directors whose gap between the songs covered in the Blog and the songs available online have narrowed down are Kanan Devi (49/80), Sulochana Kadam (47/135), Talat Mehmood (378/450), S D Burman (633/666) and Naushad (534/593).

There are a few features which I consider as unique to our Blog among other musical/filmy blogs.

  1. As far as I know, among the current musical/filmy blogs, our Blog is the only one where articles by guest writers are contributed for the Blog not by invitation but largely on voluntary basis. Of Course, on special occasions like the present one, all Atuites are invited to contribute the special articles. But I consider as more as a gestures than the invitation to remind ourselves to be in readiness for the celebration of an important milestone of the Blog.
  2. Our Blog is the repository of profiles of hundreds of lesser known film artists (actors, directors, singers, music directors, lyricists etc) especially of 1930s and 40s. Some of them were well known in their fields at that time but now have been mostly forgotten. The major credit for collating the information on such artists goes to our in-house encyclopedia, Arun ji. In some cases, he had painstakingly collected the information from the siblings and friends of the concerned artists.
  3. The only musical/filmy Blog which has a wealth of statistical data relating to almost all the aspects of the films and the songs. I understand that most of data are manually updated. One can imagine the time and efforts required for Atul ji to update the statistical data more frequently than before with 15K songs. I can understand that Atul ji may be spending more time in updating the statistical data, depriving him of time for posting more songs on day-to-day basis.

On the eve of attaining yet another important milestone of 15000 posts on the Blog, I have selected an inspiring song from a film released in the late 1950s. I was surprised as to how this popular song had missed the attention of the Atulites so far. It appears that this song was destined to be used for special celebrations like the present one.

The song is ‘Do Kadam Aur Ae Saathi Kadamon Pe Zamaana Hoga’ from the film ‘Khoobsurat Dhokha’ (1959) which is rendered by Mohammed Rafi accompanied by chorus. The song is written by Indeevar and is set to music by S Mohinder. It is one of those rare songs of Rafi in which he has attempted yodeling.

When I heard the song, I started visualising a scenario in which at the conclusion of an imaginary Atulites Meet (gangout 🙂 ), Atul ji sings this song in place of Rafi and all other Atulites sing in chorus with some minor changes in the mukhda of the song:

do kadam aur ae Atulites
kadamon mein zamaana hoga
daaman mein hamaare ek din
mauseeqi ka khazaana hoga

 

Song – Do Kadam Aur Ae Saathi (Khoobsurat Dhokha) (1959) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Lyrics – Indeewar, MD – S Mohinder
Chorus

Lyrics

o hooooooo
o hooooooo
o hooooooo
o hooooooooo

do kadam aur ae saathi
kadamon pe zamaana hoga
daaman mein hamaare ek din
duniya kaa khazaana ho..oga
do kadam aur ae saathi
kadamon pe zamaana hoga
daaman mein hamaare ek din
duniya ka khazaana ho..oga
 
arre sona pighlega
aur chaandi barsegi
chhoone ko kadam apne
khud manzil tarsegi
hai aaj agar auron ka
kal apna zamaana hoga
(aaaaaaaaaaaaa)
daaman mein hamaare ek din
(aaaaaaaaaaaaa)
duniya ka khazaana ho..oga
(aaaaaaaa)
do kadam aur ae saathi
kadamon pe zamaana hoga
(aaaaaaaaaaaaaa)
daaman mein hamaare ek din
(aaaaaaaaaaaaaa)
duniya ka khazaana ho..oga
(aaaaaaaa)

lae lae lae lay dee oo
lae lay dee
lay dee lo
lae lay dee
 
baahon mein chaand hoga
ho o
aur raah mein sitaare
ho o
baahon mein chaand hoga
ho o
aur raah mein sitaare
ho o
ummeedon ki wo duniya
ab door nahin pyaare..ae
khushiyon ki jawaan raaton ka
har khwaab suhaana hoga
(aaaaaaaaaaaaa)
daaman mein hamaare ek din
(aaaaaaaaaaaaa)
duniya ka khazaana ho..oga
(aaaaaaaaa)
do kadam aur ae saathi
kadamon pe zamaana hoga
(aaaaaaaaaaaaaa)
daaman mein hamaare ek din
(aaaaaaaaaaaaaa)
duniya ka khazaana ho..oga
(aaaaaaaaa)
do kadam aur ae saathi
kadamon pe zamaana hoga
(aaaaaaaaaaaaaa)
daaman mein hamaare ek din
(aaaaaaaaaaaaaa)
duniya ka khazaana ho..oga

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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ओ हो॰ ॰ ॰
ओ हो॰ ॰ ॰
ओ हो॰ ॰ ॰
ओ हो॰ ॰ ॰

दो कदम और ए साथी
कदमों पे ज़माना होगा
दामन में हमारे एक दिन
दुनिया का खजाना हो॰॰गा
दो कदम और ए साथी
कदमों पे ज़माना होगा
दामन में हमारे एक दिन
दुनिया का खजाना हो॰॰गा

अरे सोना पिघलेगा
और चांदी बरसेगी
छूने को कदम अपने
खुद मंज़िल तरसेगी
है आज अगर औरों का
कल अपना ज़माना होगा
(आsssssssssss)
दामन में हमारे एक दिन
(आsssssssssss)
दुनिया का खजाना हो॰॰गा
(आsssssssssss)
दो कदम और ए साथी
कदमों पे ज़माना होगा
(आsssssssssss)
दामन में हमारे एक दिन
(आsssssssssss)
दुनिया का खजाना हो॰॰गा
(आsssssssssss)

लाय लाय लाय लै डी ओ
लाय लाय डी
लाय डी लो
लाय लाय डी

बाहों में चाँद होगा
हो ओ
और राह में सितारे
हो ओ
बाहों में चाँद होगा
हो ओ
और राह में सितारे
हो ओ
उम्मीदों की वो दुनिया
अब दूर नहीं प्यारे॰॰ए
खुशियों की जवां रातों का
हर ख्वाब सुहाना होगा
(आsssssssssss)
दामन में हमारे एक दिन
(आsssssssssss)
दुनिया का खजाना हो॰॰गा
(आsssssssssss)
दो कदम और ए साथी
कदमों पे ज़माना होगा
(आsssssssssss)
दामन में हमारे एक दिन
(आsssssssssss)
दुनिया का खजाना हो॰॰गा
(आsssssssssss)
दो कदम और ए साथी
कदमों पे ज़माना होगा
(आsssssssssss)
दामन में हमारे एक दिन
(आsssssssssss)
दुनिया का खजाना हो॰॰गा


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 : 3730 Post No. : 14674

Mohammed Rafi – Duets – ‘अ’  से  ‘ह’ तक  (From ‘अ’ to ‘ह’) – 25
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‘ब’ – बाँके तीरंदाज़ जान ले ले ना हो नाराज़ ॰ ॰ ॰

– – – –

अभी ना जाओ छोड़ कर
के दिल अभी भरा नहीं॰ ॰ ॰ 

कब तक हम यही कहते रहें, आप तो छोड़ कर वहाँ चले गए, जहां हमारी आवाज़ भी नहीं पहुँचती।

[Pray till when do we keep saying this, you have left and gone to a place where our voice does not reach you]

– – – –

Skipping the letter ‘फ’ – no more songs available as applicable this series, starting with this letter. We come to ‘ब’.

This song from the obscure 1958 film ‘Sun To Le Haseena’, is an unfamiliar but a very lovely melody from the mind of S Mohinder. The film is a social drama coming from the famous Filmistan Studios, Bombay, and is directed by SP Bakshi. The Geet Kosh lists seven songs for this film. These seven songs are written by four songwriters – Saarshaar Sailiaani, Rahil Gorakhpuri, Anand Bakshi and Kaif Irfani. Today’s song is penned by Anand Bakshi. The music director is S Mohinder. Singing voices are of Rafi Sb and Asha Bhosle.

The cast of actors for this film is listed as Shashikala, Ravindra Kapoor, Agha, P Kailash, Badri Prasad, Randhir, Gulab, Sabita Chatterjee, Kanu Rai, Manju, Manohar Geer, Vitthal Das Panchotia, Madhu Apte, Ramlal, Leela, Bazid Khan, Rajeshwar Singh, Noor, Chandramohan, Pathak, Shantaram, Ravi Tandon, Sundar, Pal.

The leading man Ravindra Kapoor, younger brother of actor Kamal Kapoor, belongs to the Kapoor family, and is a first cousin of the Raj Kapoor generation. Folks will remember Nasir Hussain’s 1971 film ‘Caravan’. In this film, Jeetendra has two assistants / cleaners in his truck business. One is Junior Mehmood, and the other is Ravindra Kapoor. Ravindra Kapoor did not make a successful and popular career in Hindi films as a leading hero. However, he was quite a hit in Punjabi films in 1960s, and was a very popular leading man in that time. Some of his Punjabi films include ‘Sherni’  (1973), ‘Kankan De Ohle’  (1970), ‘Dupatta’  (1969), ‘Mukhra Chan Warga’  (1969), ‘Paun Baran’  (1969), ‘Punjabi Munda’  (1968), ‘Pind De Kuri’ (1967), ‘Khed Preetan Di’  (1967), ‘Neem Hakeem’  (1967), ‘Kunwari’  (1966), ‘Gabroo Desh Punjab De’  (1966), ‘Laiye Tod Nibhaiye’  (1966), ‘Shokan Mele Di’  (1965), ‘Saat Saaliyan’  (1964), ‘Mere Haaniyan’  (1963), ‘Pardesi Dhola’  (1959), ‘Chambe Di Kali’ etc.

From 1970 onwards, he is known better by the name Goga Kapoor. In Hindi films, as per the Geet Kosh listings (till 1980), he has appeared in 20 films (there are more films listed post 1980 when we check online), of which about 7 or 8 are as leading man, opposite to heroines like Shashikala, Ameeta and Indrani Mukherjee. In the remaining appearances, he is in character artist roles. In his later years, he was doing more villain and gangster type roles. He passed away in 2011.

[Note: With tongue in cheek, I reveal my personal connection to this clan. My mother’s second cousin on her maternal side of the family (from Simla) is/was married to Ravindra Kapoor. 🙂 ]

The song is sung by Rafi Sb and Asha Bhosle. It is a lively nok-jhonk exchange between lovers. Only the audio of this song is available, so it is not possible say who has sung it on screen. It could be Ravindra Kapoor and Shashikala, or it could be Agha, and one of the supporting ladies. I request other knowledgeable readers and friends to please add more information about this song and this film, if available.

Listen to this racy song. Peevesie’s Mom commented earlier today that “. . . josh which only Mohd. Rafi could bring to a song no matter who is lip syncing.” So true, the one and only Rafi Sb.
Enjoy this song.

Song – Baanke Teerandaaz Jaan Le Le Na Ho Naraaz  (Sun To Le Haseena) (1958) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Anand Bakshi, MD – S Mohinder

Lyrics 

hoy baanke teerandaaz
jaan le le na ho naraaz
o baanke teerandaaz
jaan le le na ho naraaz
nazron waala teer
maar dil chiir
chhod ye naaz
arre jaa re dhokhebaaz
maut ko de na tu awaaz
arre jaa re dhokhebaaz
maut ko de na tu awaaz
kar doongi main shor
chhed na aur
baaz aa baaz
arre waah re waah
baanke teerandaaz
jaan le le na ho naraaz

maan bhi ja ik baar mila ke aankh zara tu has de
chaahe phir apni zehreeli zulfon se tu das de
haaye das de das de das de
oy
yun na mujhko tok
raasta tu na mera rok
yun na mujhko tok
raasta tu na mera rok
kar doongi main shor
chhed na aur
baaz aa baaz
achha
baanke teerandaaz
jaan le le na ho naraaz

door door se baat mohabbat waali kar le kar le
mujhse kuchh na poochh tujhe marna hai to le mar le
arre mar le mar le mar le
arre waah re waah
waah meri sarkaar
rooth ke hoga kaise pyaar
waah meri sarkaar
rooth ke hoga kaise pyaar
nazron waala teer
maar dil chiir
chhod ye naaz
hoy jaa re dhokhebaaz
maut ko de na tu awaaz

haaye ghazab ki cheez hai tu kyon tadpaaye tarsaaye
yun na mujhko ghoor mujhe kuchh ho na jaaye haaye
aji haaye haaye haaye haaye
haaye haaye
o sadqe main qurbaan
chhod sharmaana meri jaan
o sadqe main qurbaan
chhod sharmaana meri jaan
nazron waala teer
maar dil chiir
chhod ye naaz
jaa re dhokhebaaz
maut ko de na tu awaaz
jaa re dhokhebaaz
maut ko de na tu awaaz

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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होय बाँके तीरंदाज़
जान ले ले ना हो नाराज़
ओ बाँके तीरंदाज़
जान ले ले ना हो नाराज़
नज़रों वाला तीर
मार दिल चीर
छोड़ ये नाज़
अरे जा रे धोखेबाज़
मौत को दे ना तू आवाज़
अरे जा रे धोखेबाज़
मौत को दे ना तू आवाज़
कर दूँगी मैं शोर
छेड़ ना और
बाज़ आ बाज़
अरे वाह रे वह
बाँके तीरंदाज़
जान ले ले ना हो नाराज़

मान भी जा इक बार मिला के आँख ज़रा तू हस दे
चाहे फिर अपनी जहरीली ज़ुल्फों से तू डस दे
हाए डस दे डस दे डस दे
ओय
यूं ना मुझको टोक
रस्ता तू ना मेरा रोक
यूं ना मुझको टोक
रस्ता तू ना मेरा रोक
कर दूँगी मैं शोर
छेड़ ना और
बाज़ आ बाज़
अच्छा
बाँके तीरंदाज़
जान ले ले ना हो नाराज़

दूर दूर से बात मोहब्बत वाली कर ले कर ले
मुझसे कुछ ना पूछ तुझे मारना है तो ले मर ले
अरे मर ले मर ले मर ले
अरे वाह रे वाह
वाह मेरी सरकार
रूठ के होगा कैसे प्यार
वाह मेरी सरकार
रूठ के होगा कैसे प्यार
नज़रों वाला तीर
मार दिल चीर
छोड़ ये नाज़
होय जा रे धोखेबाज़
मौत को दे ना तू आवाज़

हाए ग़ज़ब की चीज़ है तू क्यों तड़पाये तरसाये
यूं ना मुझको घूर मुझे कुछ हो ना जाये हाए
अजी हाए हाए हाए हाए
हाए हाए
ओ सद्क़े मैं क़ुरबान
छोड़ शरमाना मेरी जान
ओ सद्क़े मैं क़ुरबान
छोड़ शरमाना मेरी जान
नज़रों वाला तीर
मार दिल चीर
छोड़ ये नाज़
जा रे धोखेबाज़
मौत को दे ना तू आवाज़
जा रे धोखेबाज़
मौत को दे ना तू आवाज़


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Blog Day : 3703 Post No. : 14626

“Bahaadur” (1953) was a Ranjit Film Company Production. It was directed by Ratibhai Punatkar. The movie had Suresh, Shyama, Roopmala, Amarnath, Anwar Hussein, Shammi etc in it.

This movie had eight songs in it that were written by six lyricists and the songs had five voices in them.
Seven songs have been covered so far. Here are their details:-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Hamaari muhabbat hamaara zamaana 5434 10-Feb-12
Aa aa badarwa aa 10706 15-Jan-15
Meethhi meethhi khushboo thhi mehandi waale haath ki 10718 17-Jan-15
Zanjeer ne karwat li 10727 18-Jan-15
Kagwa re jaa balma ke deswa 10733 19-Jan-15
Mohabbat ke zamaane nigaahon ke fasaane 13723 12-Nov-17
Tasalli dene waale…ae naakhuda 14622 5-Sep-18

Here is the eighth and song from “Bahaadur”(1953) to appear in the blog.

This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle with female and male chorus. Sarshar Sailaani is the lyricist. Music is composed by S Mohinder.

Only the audio of this rare song is available. The song sounds like a dance song picturised on a leading lady with lots of other dancers.
I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.

With this song, “Bahaadur”(1953) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Aao zara mauz karen (Bahaadur)(1953) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Sarshar Sailani, MD-S Mohinder
Female chorus
Male chorus
All chorus

Lyrics

Ho o o
bhaangji rola
Ho o o
bhaangji rola
Ho o o
bhaangji rola
Ho o o
bhaangji rola

aao zara mauz karen
aao zara mauz karen

mai bhi ho
meena bhi ho
mausam e barsaat ho
mai bhi ho
meena bhi ho
mausam e barsaat ho
unse mulaaqaat ho
unse mulaaqaat ho
to kis maze ki baat ho
aao zara mauz karen
aao zara mauz karen

Hoy
bhaangji rola
bhoom bhoom
bhaangji rola
bhoom bhoom

ho o o
kaali ghata
ho o o
kaali ghata
hoy kaali ghata
o ghata
kaali ghata

o o o
kaali ghata sar pe khadi
saawan lagaaye jhadi
saawan lagaaye jhadi
o o o

o o o
mujhe teri qasam
ho mujhe teri qasam
aisi ghadi
aawe nahin
ghadi ghadi
aawe nahin
ghadi ghadi

aa re piharwa aa
mad bhare nain milaa
na tarsa
hil mil jaa

na tarsa
hil mil jaa

aa
aa
aa

aao zara mauz karen
aao zara mauz karen
aao zara mauz karen
aao zara mauz karen

hoy
bhaangji rola
bhoom bhoom
bhaangji rola
bhoom bhoom

o o o
panghat ke paas kabhi
nadiya kinaare miloon
nadiyaa kinaare miloon
o o o o
panghat ke paas kabhi
nadiya kinaare miloon
nadiyaa kinaare miloon
bhaangji rola
bhaangji rola
bhaangji rola
hoy
bhaangji rola
bhaangji rola
bhaangji rola

ek baar chhod piya
tose laakh baar miloon
tose laakh baar miloon
aa re piharwa aa
aa re piharwa aa
man bhar nain milaa
na tarsa
hil mil jaa

na tarsa
hil mil jaa

aa
aa
aa

aao zara mauz karen
aao zara mauz karen
aao zara mauz karen
aao zara mauz karen

hoy
bhaangji rola


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