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5283 Post No. : 17309 Movie Count :

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#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # (Missing movies of 1973-1)
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Today we commence our journey into the year ‘1973’ in our quest for ‘missing movies’ of this year on the blog.

As this year ‘2023’ begins it set the tone for ‘fiftieth year for the year 1973’. When we complete this year ‘2023’ it will be full ‘fifty years cycle’ for the year ‘1973’.

In the future posts on the blog we will be looking into the complete list of movie released in ‘1973’ and their status on the blog. We will keep adding those missing movies of ‘1973’ on the blog whose songs are available.

Today we introduce the movie ‘Baal Mahaabhaarat-1973’.

It was directed by K. Kameshwar Rao for ‘Venus Mahija Pictures, Madras’.

‘Baal Mahaabhaarat-1973’ was a mythological movie.

It had S.V. Rangarao, Anjali Devi, Nagiya, Chandrakala, S. Varalakshami, Shiv Kumar, Master Muni, Master Prabhakar, Master Shekhar, Baby Sridevi and many more child artistes.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 24.10.1973.

This movie has seven songs. They were written by Kavi Pradeep (one song) and B.D. Mishra (four songs). yricists name for two songs is not mentioned in HFGK Vol-V (1971-1980).
Here is the list of the songs of this movie :-

S.No. Song Title Lyricist Singer/s
01 O re balmaa tu haay sun le meri baat Not mentioned Not mentioned
02 Bhaag jage Kunti ke us din jis din Not mentioned Not mentioned
03 Narayan teri leela navras sangam B.D. Mishra Manna Dey
04 Gaayen ham naachen ham B.D. Mishra Vani Jairam,chorus
05 Swaagat ho, gurudev ka swaagat ho B.D. Mishra Vani Jairam, chorus
06 Pyaare bade bhaiyya B.D. Mishra Vani Jairam
07 Jhukaane ko aakaash mahaan Kavi Pradeep Manna Dey, chorus

Today’s song is sung by Manna Dey. Lyrics are by Kavi Pradeep. Music for this song is composed by S.N. Tripathi.

When I listened to this song today it brings back many memories of the mythological movies of yesteryears that I watched in my childhood. And since this was a song sung by Manna Dey there is a reason to present it here first.
The singing of Manna Dey and music of S.N. Tripathi bring back memories of many songs from the many mythological movie songs of those years.

I hope readers too will like this song.

Only the audio of this song is available. I think video of this song or the movie (in Hindi) is not available.
I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on the movie and its songs.

Let us listen to today’s song now…

With this song the movie ‘Baal Mahaabhaarat-1973’ makes its debut on the blog.

Audio

Song-Jhukaare ko aakaash mahaan (Baal Mahabharat)(1973) Singer-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Kavi Pradeep, MD-S N Tripathi
Chorus

Lyrics

jhukaane ko aakaash mahaan
nayaa sankalp hriday mein thhaan
dekho re ae ae
dekho re
chalaa do pagwaala insaan
chalaa do pagwaala insaan
chalaa do pagwaala insaan /font>

dason dishaaon dolo
dolo o
veer chalaa
darwaaze kholo o
zaraa kar lo is’se pehchaan
likhega ye ek nayaa puraan
dekho re ae
dekho re
chalaa do pagwaala insaan
chalaa do pagwaala insaan
chalaa do pagwaala insaan

aag ka putlaa hai ye praani ee
ismein badaa dam
badaa hai paani
badhhaane maanav kul ka maan
gaadne gagan mein keerti nishaan
dekho re ae
dekho re
chalaa do pagwaala insaan
chalaa do pagwaala insaan
chalaa do pagwaala insaan

yahi hai dhruv
prahlad yahi hai
veer vansh ki yaad yahi hai
shakti ka hai jisko vardaan
chalaa rakhne maata ki aan
dekho re ae
dekho re
chalaa do pagwaala insaan
chalaa do pagwaala insaan
chalaa do pagwaala insaan

jhukaane ko aakaash mahaan
nayaa sankalp hriday mein thhaan
dekho re ae
dekho re
chalaa do pagwaala insaan
insaa aa aa aa aan


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.

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5210 Post No. : 17195

Today’s song is a song in praise of Lord Vishnu from the film Laxmi Narayan-1951.

I have been a fan of Religious and Mythological films right from my childhood and I have seen hundreds of such films. Maybe, since the family atmosphere was conducive to religious matters, I developed this liking. I also used to read a lot of religious stories and books, which was very uncommon for children of my age and many times I was the centre of ridicule and fun for other peers.

These days not many films are made on religious stories, but it is compensated for by TV serials. Older people spend their time seeing these serials. During the 80’s when Ramayan and later Mahabharat serials were aired on TV, millions of people all over India saw them and the serials earned unprecedented popularity.

Nowadays, of course, even talking about religion is considered ‘ out of fashion ‘. Today’s generation is grossly unaware of our legacy. Not their fault, because they are not exposed properly to our culture and religion. Additionally, being a ‘ secular Nation ‘, teaching does not include lessons about culture and religion.

Secularism does not mean Anti Hindu or against any other religion. The definition says ” separation of religion from civic affairs and the state. ‘ Today, however, secularism is the most misunderstood word in India. So be it. Let us not dwell on this point about which we can not do anything.

When I say Religious films, they are of two types-
1.Stories from Ramayana and Mahabharat and
2. stories from Puranas.

What is a Puran ? It is a vast Genre of literature about legends and other traditional lores. There are 18 major Puranas and 18 Up Puranas (sub puranas). Purans unveil our glorious past encapsulated with great soul stories and provide Life Morales.
The Film Laxmi Narayan-1951 was based on a story from Vishnu Puran. It is about how Laxmi and Narayan met and got united. It has the background of ‘Samudra Manthan’ or Churning of the ocean. In our Puranas, there are stories about the SAMUDRA MANTHAN. It is believed that Kamala or Laxmi emerged from this churning and Narayan married her. In all, 14 unique, magical and invaluable things came out of the ocean after this Samudra Manthan or Churning of the Ocean.
For your information here are these 14 objects-

1. Halahal-The Poison 2.Varuni-The wine 3.Kamdhenu-Magical Cow 4. Airawat-The Flying Elephant 5. Uchhaiswas-The 6 Headed Horse 6. Apsaras like Rambha,Urvashi, Menaka etc. 7. Kaustubh Mani- A powerful Diamond 8. Kalpavriksha-The Magical Tree 9. a Divine Bow 10. Chandra-The Moon 11. Ratnas or Gems 12. Laxmi or Kamala 13. Dhanwantari-The Gods’ Physician,with a book on Ayurved and 14. The Amrit- the drink that makes one immortal.

There are few variations in the list depending on its sources. Here is some information on Samudra Manthan-

The great sage, Durvasa Muni, once offered a garland to Indra, who ignored it and put it on the tusk of his elephant, which trampled it. Seeing Indra’s disregard, the revered sage became furious. He cursed Indra saying that he and the other gods would lose all their powers. In due course, Indra and the other gods began losing all battles against the demons, and the demons led by Bali took control of the universe. Seeing no other way, the helpless Indra rushed to Vishnu for help.

Vishnu had a plan. He said that to get back their powers the gods would have to churn the oceans and bring out the magical nectar-amrita. Only after consuming it could they regain their powers. This great churning is known as samudra manthan. But as the gods were powerless now, they sought the help of the demons to accomplish this huge task.

The gods and demons got together for the herculean task. The huge mountain, Mandara, was used as the pole to stir the waters. But as the pole entered the water it kept sliding into the depths of the ocean. To stop this, Vishnu quickly transformed himself into a tortoise and supported the mountain on his back. This image of Vishnu as the tortoise was his second avatar called ‘Kurma.’

Once the pole was balanced, it was tied to the gigantic snake, Vasuki, and the gods and demons started pulling it from either side. As the churning began and the massive waves whirled, an extremely poisonous drink called Halahal came out. The gods became scared because this blue drink could destroy creation.

They all got together and prayed to the powerful Shiva to help them. Shiva appeared before all and gulped the entire poison. But, he did not swallow it. He kept the poison in his throat. Since then, Shiva’s throat became blue, and he became known as Neelkantha or the blue-throated one.

The story of the film tells us the details of how Laxmi took another Birth to become Narayani or wife of Narayan. Here is the film’s story….

Arishtanemi, the king of Danavas was ruining Mother Earth for his own sadistic enjoyment. He had polluted the waters of the rivers. All the Gems were thrown away in the sea and everywhere there was a tale of suffering. At the same time Bhuwanmohini, daughter of Bhrigu Rishi was in the bloom of her youth and many Kings and Gods were aspiring to marry her. Indra, the King of Gods and Arishtanemi were two aspirants competing with each other, while Bhuwanmohini herself wished to marry Lord Vishnu, thanks to the praise of the Lord by Narad. Indra took away Bhuwan with him against her wishes.

To take advantage of this situation, Arishtanemi started a Yagna with Bhrigu as his Purohit. From the holy fire of the Yagna emerged Vritasur with whose help Arishtanemi conquered the kingdom of Gods. There Arishtanemi searched for Bhuwan but she had left Indra’s palace and sat alone on the top of a mountain and prayed to the Lord to come to her rescue. Having lost his kingdom Indra prayed to God Shankar for help to conquer Arishtanemi.

God Shankar told him that only one weapon could kill Vritasur and that it was to be made from the bones of Sage Dadhichi. Indra went to Dadhichi and served him while power-mad Arshtanemi attacked Sage Dadhichi only to be burnt down by the Sage. Indra got the weapon he wanted and won the battle with Vritasur. Indra then went in search of Bhuwanmohini but unwilling to surrender to Indra she jumped down to the sea.

When Bhrigu learnt about this mishap he went to Lord Vishnu who was asleep and kicked him in the chest to wake him up. In anger he called out “How can you sleep sound when my daughter died crying out ” lord Vishnu said,” dont worry, Oh Sage She will come to me when time is ripe for the same. In the meanwhile let me massage your foot which must have been hurt when you struck me”. Later the Gods and the Danavas churned the great sea when Bhuwanmohini emerged as Laxmi radiant with wealth and Lord Vishnu accepted her as his consort. This union is famous in the Hindu mythology by the name LAXMI NARAYAN.

The film was made by Basant Pictures of Homi Wadia, by now a specialist in making Mythological films along with Stunt films featuring Fearless Nadia. The film was directed by an expert- Nanabhai Bhatt. The cast of the film was Mahipal, Meena Kumari, Dalpat, Urmila, S.N.Tripathi, Amarnath, Sulochana and a host of other artistes. Music was provided by S.N.Tripathi and the songs were written by Ramesh Pandey and B.D.Mishra.

This is the 3rd song from this film I am presenting. By coincidence a song from this film was the first song of my series ” Bhajan Mala” from 22-5-2014 to 10-6-2014. Then another song was also the first song of my another series ” Mahashivratri-Mini Series” from 13-2-2015 to 17-2-2015. Today’s song is the first song from a religious film after almost 2 years.

I have great regard for S.N.Tripathi, composer of this film. He always provided very sweet and melodious songs to religious films which became an additional attraction for its success. Another such composer was Chitragupt.

The song is very good and its video is very interesting. Enjoy….


Song-O jag ke paalanhaar tera khel hai niraala (Laxmi Narayan)(1951) Singer-S N Tripathi, Lyrics-B D Mishra, MD-S N Tripathi
All Chorus
Female chorus
S N Tripathi + Male chorus

Lyrics

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o jag ke paalanhaar tera khel hai niraala
tera khel hai niraala
o jag ke paalanhaar
tera khel hai niraala
tera khel hai niraala

o chakr sudarshandhaari
teri leela sabko pyaari
o chakr sudarshandhaari
teri leela sabko pyaari

tere roop anekon bhagwan
tu hazar naamon waala
tera khel hai niraala
tera khel hai niraala
o jag ke paalanhaar
tera khel hai niraala
tera khel hai niraala

jo tera sumiran karte
bhavsaagar paar utarte

jo tera sumiran karte
bhavsaagar paar utarte

tumne kitne hi dukhiyon ko prabhu dukh se nikaala
tera khel hai niraala
tera khel hai niraala
o jag ke paalanhaar
tera khel hai niraala
tera khel hai niraala

tu teen lok ka swaami
avinaashi antaryaami
tu teen lok ka swaami
avinaashi antaryaami

milta hai sab lokon ko prabhu tujhse hi ujaala
tera khel hai niraala
tera khel hai niraala
o jag ke paalanhaar
tera khel hai niraala
tera khel hai niraala

shaantaakaram bhujangshayanam padanaabham suresham
vishvadhaaram gagansadrisham meghvarnam shubhaangam
laxmikaantam kamalnayanam yogibhidhyarnagamyam
vande vishnum bhavbhayharam
sarvlokaikanatham


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5206 Post No. : 17191

“Zingaaro”(1963) was directed by Chandrakant for Jai Films, Bombay. This “costume drama” movie had Jairaj, Jabeen Jaleel, Tiwari, Bela Bose, Laxmi Chhaaya, Aruna Irani, Maruti, Mridula, Babu Raje, Poonam Kapoor, Baburao Pahalwan, Radheshyam, Moolchand, Ghani, Pahalwan, Julien etc in it.

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

Here is the fourth song from “Zingaaro”(1963) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Suman Kalyanpur. Prem Dhawan is the lyricist. Music is composed by S N Tripathi.

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

This rare song is the 400th song in the blog from movies released in 1963. To put things in perspective, there were 580 songs in all in movies released in 1963.


Song-Masti bhare hain shokh nazaare (Zingaaro)(1963) Singer-Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics-Prem Dhawan, MD-S N Tripathi

Lyrics

Masti bhare hain shokh nazaare
Masti bhare hain shokh nazaare
nikli hoon main bhi zulfen sanwaare
Masti bhare hain shokh nazaare
nikli hoon main bhi zulfen sanwaare
aaja re aaja piyaa
aaja piyaa
aaja piyaa
ho ho ho ho ho ho ho

keh do hawa se mohe chhede naa aa
paa ke akeli mohe ghere naa
yoon na udaaye anchra mera
ghunghraali laten yoon bakhere na
nainon mein bhar ke sapne tumhaare ae
nainon mein bhar ke sapne tumhaare
nikli hoon main bhi ee zulfen samwaare
aaja re aaja piyaa
aaja piyaa
aaja piyaa
ho ho ho ho ho ho ho

bijli si chamke ghataaon mein aen
kaise chaloon main sooni raahon mein
darr darr jaaun main toofaanon se ae
mujhko chhupa le tu nigaahon mein
lahraa ke aaye badra kaare ae
lahraa ke aaye badra kaare
nikli hoon main bhi ee zulfen sanwaare
Masti bhare hain shokh nazaare
nikli hoon main bhi ee zulfen sanwaare
aaja re aaja piyaa
aaja piyaa
aaja piyaa
ho ho ho ho ho ho ho


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.

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5149 Post No. : 17111

Today’s song is from the film ‘Aadhaar’ (1945).

This film was made by Geeta Pictures, Bombay. It was directed by Ramanlal Desai and this social film had music by SN Tripathi. The lyricist was MA Razi and the film cast was Umakant, Kokila, Yaqub, Shehzadi, Firoza, Ramesh, Usha , Ahmed and many others.

When film making started in India with silent films in the first decade of the last century, the filmmakers faced an unexpected difficulty. The difficulty was in getting actresses for films. No women were ready to act in the films, as it was considered a very low level profession. Dadasaheb Phalke wrote in his reminiscences how he tried to invite even prostitutes to work in the films and how even they refused saying it was a lower job than even being a prostitute !

Sensing an opportunity in this field, many European, Anglo-Indian and Jew girls joined films as actresses. Since the films were silent, their zero knowledge of Hindi or any regional language was not an obstacle. The dialogues were shown as strips of typed sentences on the screen. The girls also had no objection to giving romantic scenes or even kissing on the screen. Some actresses in those days were Ruby Meyers (Sulochana), Marcia Solomon (Vimla), Rachel Sofaer (Aarti Devi), Miss Rose, Iris Gasper (Sabita Devi), Susan Solomon (Firoza), Effie Hippolet (Indira Devi), Bonnie Bird (Lalita Devi), Esther Abraham (Pramila), Renee Smith (Seeta), Beryl Classen (Madhuri), Winnie Stewart (Manorama), Florence Ezekiel (Nadira), Muriel Alexander (Meera) and many others.

In the second part of the second decade i.e. from 1915 onward, some Indian girls from tawaif families also joined and as a result the count of ‘white skin’ girls started diminishing. After the advent of talkie films, speaking Hindi and singing – if needed, became a requirement for the actresses and automatically the Jew, Anglo-Indian and the European girls disappeared from films. Only a few, who learnt Hindi and singing, survived for a few more years, like Sabita Devi, Meera, Pramila, Sulochana, Madhuri and Firoza etc. Those who left early had no problem, but those who continued had to face the competition with the newer and younger local artistes and one by one they too ended their careers. However, not all ended happily. There was one Jew actress whose life in the last part of her career ended pathetically, in penury and she died unsung. We all know of such ends of many actors like Master Shiraz, Master Nissar, Bhudo Advani etc., but the sad story of the once famous actress is not known much. She acted in this film and her name was FIROZA.

Firoza (real name Susan Solomon) was born in a village in Konkan, Maharashtra on 30-7-1905, into a Bene Isareli Jew community. By the time she finished her education, she was proficient in Hebrew, Marathi, Hindi and English. In spite of opposition from family, she started working in silent films and soon became popular. Some of her films also became famous and hits. She continued working in silent films till 1934, when silent films stopped being made. Due to the family’s opposition, she had to leave her house. She stayed in Bombay.

With the advent of talkie films, she naturally entered talkie films, with ‘Noor E Yaman’ (1935), in a small role. She acted in films like ‘Bhikaran’ (1935), ‘Aansuon Ki Duniya’ (1936), ‘Bharat Ke Laal’ (1936), ‘Jeevan Jyoti’ (1937), ‘Dukhiyari’ (1937), ‘Veerbala’ (1938) etc. Due to her success in films, she fell a prey to false promises and dreamt of working in Hollywood films. She wasted 3 years in this and dejected, started working in films again here with ‘Ek Raat’ (1942), ‘Circus Girl’ (1943), ‘Duniya Diwaani’ (1943), ‘Bhagta Bhoot’ (1943), ‘Andhi Duniya’ (1943), ‘Din Raat’ (1945), ‘Aadhaar’ (1945), ‘Lal Batti’ (1947), ‘Daulat Ke Liye’ (1947), ‘Haatimtai’ (1947), ‘Dilwaale’ (1948) etc.

She became an alcoholic and a chain smoker. She made the mistake of refusing offers from Bombay Talkies and other big banners. Meanwhile she fell in love with actor Chandra Mohan and wished to marry him, but he became a drunkard and died in 1949. Her financial condition became worse. She did small roles in Marathi and Hindi films. ‘Yasmeen’ (1954) was her last film.

She lost her parents and lived alone in a single room, where she died unnoticed one day in early 70s. She was one of the top 5 Jew actresses, included in the Documentary ‘Shalom Bollywood’ made by Danny Ben-Moshe in 2003. Thus ended a talented artiste !.
[Note – There was another Firoza Begum, wife of music director Kamal Dasgupta. She is different. She was a Bangladeshi singer.]

[Ack: Information culled from ‘Beete Kal Ke Sitare’ by S Tamrakar, ‘The Untold Story of Jews in Indian Cinema’ in Sunday Guardian, ‘Women in Hindi Cinema’ by Bhavna, Jigna and Supriya, theoneminute.com and my notes.]

The lead pair of the film ‘Aadhaar’ was Umakant (Desai) and Kokila. Despite my efforts I could not get any information on this actress. First I thought that she is Nirupa Roy, because the real name of Nirupa Roy was Kokila. But this Kokila has been in films since 1937 when Nirupa Roy was only a 6 year old girl. First film of this Kokila was ‘Meri Bhool’ (1937). She also acted in films like ‘Gentleman Daku’ (1937), ‘Dukhiyari’ (1937) in which she sang 1 song also, ‘Prem Sagar’ (1939), ‘Gareeb Ka Laal’ (1939), ‘Wayda’ (1940), ‘Jagat Mohini’ (1940), ‘Meri Khwahish’ (1941). ‘Aadhaar’ seems to be her last film. She appeared like a flash and disappeared like a comet !

Let us know something about the director Ramanlal Desai. There were 2 directors in the film industry- Ramanlal (Lalbhai) Desai and Ramanlal (Bhimbhai) Desai. Both operated in almost the same period. Luckily Ramanlal Bhimbhai Desai was known as ‘The King of Mythologicals’ and the other Desai directed all types of films. Ramanlal Lalbhai Desai was born on 6-9-1915 at Ahmedabad (some sources indicate different year and place). His father was a station master in the BBCI Railway (Bombay-Baroda and Central India Railway). He was educated in Bombay and he studied up to Inter-Arts. He soon left his studies to work as an assistant cameraman and assistant director for ‘Thief of Baghdad’ (1934). In 1935 he shifted to Ganesh Movietone but then came back to Paramount. He was assistant director in ‘Fairy of the Flute’, ‘Guru Ghantal’, ‘Black Ghost’, ‘Burqawali’, ‘Aladdin’, ‘Vagabond Lover’, ‘Madhur Bansari’ etc. He co-directed films like ‘Patriot’, ‘Darpan’ and ‘Mere Saajan’, in Rex Pictures. He was a good editor and a musician.

He became a full fledged director with ‘Daughter of the Jungle’ (1942), ‘Muhabbat Ki Jeet’ (1943), ‘Circus Girl’ (1943), ‘Bhagta Bhoot’ (1943), ‘Rangeela Dost’ (1944), ‘Aadhar’ (1945), ‘Kismat Ka Dhani’ (1946), ‘Jadui Putli’ (1946), ‘Tiger Man’ (1947), ‘Naqali Heera’ (1948), ‘Dhanwale’ (1948), ‘Dilwale’ (1948), ‘Roshni’ (1949), ‘Sangeeta’ (1950), ‘Aab e Hayaat’ (1955), ‘Hum Bhi Kuchh Kam Nahin’ (1958), ‘Minister’ (1959) and ‘Zalim Tera Jawab Nahin’ (1960). He turned to Gujarati films and directed ‘Sole Saaj Singar’ (1977) and ‘Kul Deepak’ (1978). He was working as a Production Supervisor for the film ‘Nastik’ (1954) (credited).

[Thanks to Shri Harish Raghuwanshi ji for allowing me to use some info used here].

Film ‘Aadhar’ was unique, because it featured 4 artistes falling in the category of ‘same name confusion’ – namely, Ramanlal Desai, Shehzadi, Firoza and Kokila. Today’s song is a duet sung by Geeta Dutt and SN Tripathi – the MD himself.


Song- O mere man ke meet aa gaayen suhaane geet (Aadhaar)(1945) Singers- Geeta Roy, SN Tripathi, Lyricist-M A Razi, MD-SN Tripathi
Geeta Roy + SN Tripathi

Lyrics

o mere mann ke meet
aa gaayen suhaane geet
aa gaayen suhaane geet
aa gaayen suhaane geet
o mere mann ke meet
aa gaayen suhaane geet
aa gaayen suhaane geet
aa gaayen suhaane geet

ye mann karta hai gaa re
ye mann karta hai gaa re
cham cham ye chamakte taare
cham cham ye chamakte taare
chanda bhi kare ishaare
chanda bhi kare ishaare

aapas mein kitni preet
aapas mein kitni preet
saawan mein kitni preet
o mere mann ke meet
aa gaayen suhaane geet
aa gaayen suhaane geet
aa gaayen suhaane geet

ye nadi taraane gaaye
ye nadi ee ee
ye nadi taraane gaaye
ulfat ke saaz bajaaye
ulfat ke saaz bajaaye
kyun mann mein aag lagaaye
kyun mann mein aag lagaaye

ye lehron ka sangeet
ye lehron ka sangeet
ye lehron ka sangeet
o mere mann ke meet
aa gaayen suhaane geet
aa gaayen suhaane geet
aa gaayen suhaane geet
o mere mann ke meet

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir Kapur)
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ओ मेरे मन के मीत
आ गायें सुहाने गीत
आ गायें सुहाने गीत
आ गायें सुहाने गीत
ओ मेरे मन के मीत
आ गायें सुहाने गीत
आ गायें सुहाने गीत
आ गायें सुहाने गीत

ये मन करता है गा रे
ये मन करता है गा रे
चम चम ये चमकते तारे
चम चम ये चमकते तारे
चंदा भी करे इशारे
चंदा भी करे इशारे
आपस में कितनी प्रीत
आपस में कितनी प्रीत
सावन में कितनी प्रीत
ओ मेरे मन के मीत
आ गायें सुहाने गीत
आ गायें सुहाने गीत
आ गायें सुहाने गीत

ये नदी तराने गाये
ये नदी ई ई
ये नदी तराने गाये
उल्फ़त के साज़ बजाए
उल्फ़त के साज़ बजाए
क्यों मन में आग लगाए
क्यों मन में आग लगाए
ये लहरों का संगीत
ये लहरों का संगीत
ये लहरों का संगीत

ओ मेरे मन के मीत
आ गायें सुहाने गीत
आ गायें सुहाने गीत
आ गायें सुहाने गीत
ओ मेरे मन के मीत


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This article is the 17100th song post in the blog.
This post also includes the 1500th Hindi lyrics contribution by Sudhir ji.

Blog Day :

5140 Post No. : 17100

We in this blog regularly publish song posts everyday without a fail. The last date when no post appeared in the blog was 25 December 2019 (Blog day number 4177). Today (14 August 2022) is the 5140th day for the blog. So there has been no DOT day for the blog during last 973 days !

When we are this regular, then song posts add up and before we realize, we arrive at the next century mark. The previous century mark was a big occasion when we reached a round figure of 17000 song posts.

Nowadays only one or two songs posts appear in a day whereas more than six songs used to appear daily in the blog ten years ago, as we have been noticing while discussing songs under our Blog Ten Year Challenge series. Even then we reach our centuries fairly regularly. The 17000th song post appeared on 2 June 2022. Today, on 14 august 2022, that is 63 days later, we arrive at the next century song post, namely song post number 17100 !

This is a century song post with some difference. It is the first century post for the blog after the blog became ASAD Bhopali. In other words, it is the first century post after I superannuated from my Railway service and settled down at Bhopal. If I or others thought that the pace of the blog will pick up, that has not happened. In any case, we nowadays are not much concerned about the pace at which we are going. We just ensure that no day should be a DOT date.

The century post is always a special post that showcases a song that is special in one way or the other. All the 170 century songs (yes we have had that many century posts in the blog) have been very special songs. Assuming each of these song to be 3 minutes long, listening to all these songs non stop will require 510 minutes, viz 8 hours 30 minutes ! Assuming someone sets out to listen to all the 17100 songs at the same rate of 3 minutes per song, he will need 51300 minutes, which is 855 hours viz nearly 36 days (non stop round the clock) worth of music !

Regulars have actually listened to all these songs. I, who has published bulk of these song posts have actually listened to all these songs multiple times !

So one can have some rough idea of how much time has gone into the effort of bringing all this collection together at one place. And this is by now an online collaboration of nearly two dozen like minded music lovers who have been putting on enormous amount of time and effort and love into this ongoing online project of collecting and piecing together authentic information about the glorious history of Hindi movie music.

As a result of our collective effort, we have showcased songs from over 4600 movies. More than 1000 singers, more than 800 lyricists and more than 500 music directors are already represented in the blog. 1329 movies have already been YIPPEEE’D.

The above figures may not look very impressive to the uninitiated, but the initiated persons will know that this is perhaps the only place online where all this information is available at one place. For instance, many of the YIPPEEE’D movies had songs that are rare songs. Those missing songs have been specially located and uploaded by us (more specifically by Sudhir Ji). Similarly a few of the special songs (including century songs) were special songs that were uploaded for the first time online while those special posts were published.

During the process of our posts, We found songs that were incorrectly credited in HFGK. we have come across songs that did not find mention in HFGK. We also had occasions when new information about songs and artists were received from comments made by knowledgeable sources. Sometimes even close relatives of the artists commented on our posts and shared invaluable information with us.

All the above facts are extremely satisfying to us who are associated with the blog in various capacities. We feel that we in our own small ways, are contributing our mite to human knowledge . With time, our contribution may find more appreciation, I am sure of it.

I started thinking about a song for the occasion only at the last moment which is my wont these days. I finally zeroed in on this song from ‘Nav Durga’ (1953).

‘Nav Durga’ was produced by Homi Wadia and directed by Babubhai Mistri for Basant Pictures Bombay. The movie had Usha Kiran, Mahipal, SN Tripathi, Sulochana Chatterji, Amarnath, Agha Shapur, Raja Sandow etc. in it. The movie had nine songs in it. Six songs have been covered in the blog so far.

The song being discussed is sung by two sisters. We have hundreds of songs sung by Mangeshkar sisters, but there were other sisters too in HFM. But duets sung by these sisters are few and far between. Suman Kalyanpur (nee Hemadi) has sung a few duets with her sisters, such as Shyama Chittar (nee Hemadi). Geeta Dutt too had a sister called Laxmi Roy, but her sister sang very few songs before vanishing from the HFM after her marriage.

The song under discussion is sung by Geeta Dutt (then Roy) and Laxmi Roy. Ramesh Chandra Pandey is the lyricist. Music is composed by SN Tripathi. This is a joyous song. Geeta Dutt sings initial stanzas. Laxmi Roy’s voice appears towards the later half of the song.

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

Lyrics of the song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

I take this opportunity to thank one and all for their continued support and encouragement that is providing us with the energy to drive this musical bandwagon on and on. Let this musical bandwagon roll on and on for many more centuries of songs.


Song-Aayi bahaar kiye solah singaar (Nav Durga)(1953) Singers-Geeta Dutt, Laxmi Roy, Lyrics-Ramesh Chandra Pandey, MD-S N Tripathi
Chorus

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

aayi bahaar kiye solah singaar
ho o o
aayi bahaar kiye solah singaar
sakhi chamka umangon ka taara
ho sakhi chamka umangon ka taara
chamka umangon ka taara
ho sakhi chamka umangon ka taara

bagiya mein chhaayi umang hai
aaj phoolon mein preetam ka rang hai
ho o
phoolo mein preetam ka rang hai
bagiya mein chhaayi umang hai
aur phoolon mein pritam ka rang hai
ho o
phoolon mein pritam ka rang hai
honthon mein pyaas liye
milne ki aas liye
dulhan ne ghoonghat utaara
ho sakhi chamka umangon ka taara
chamka umangon ka taara
ho sakhi chamka umangon ka taara

aayi bahaar kiye solah singaar
sakhi chamka hai nainon ka taara
ho sakhi chamka hai nainon ka taara
chamka hai nainon ka taara
ho sakhi
chamka hai nainon ka taara

mukhda gulaab sa hai pyaara
jhoole nanha sa raaja dulaara
o jhoole nanha sa raaja dulaara

mukhda gulaab sa hai pyaara
jhoole nanha sa raaja dulaara
o jhoole nanha sa raaja dulaara

maiya ki god bhari
nainon ko jyot mili
jagmag hai aangan humaara
ho sakhi
chamka hai nainon ka taara

chamka hai nainon ka taara
ho sakhi
chamka hai nainon ka taara
aayi bahaar kiye solah singaar
sakhi chamka hai nainon ka taara
ho sakhi
chamka hai nainon ka taara
chamka hai nainon ka taara
ho sakhi
chamka hai nainon ka taara

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir Kapur)
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आई बहार किए सोलह सिंगार
हो ओ ओ
आई बहार किए सोलह सिंगार
सखी चमका उमंगों का तारा
हो सखी चमका उमंगों का तारा
सखी चमका उमंगों का तारा
हो सखी चमका उमंगों का तारा

बगिया में छाई उमंग है
आज फूलों में प्रीतम का रंग है
हो ओ
फूलों में प्रीतम का रंग है
बगिया में छाई उमंग है
आज फूलों में प्रीतम का रंग है
हो ओ
फूलों में प्रीतम का रंग है
होठों में प्यास लिए
मिलने की आस लिए
दुल्हन ने घूँघट उतारा
हो सखी चमका उमंगों का तारा
सखी चमका उमंगों का तारा
हो सखी चमका उमंगों का तारा

आई बहार किए सोलह सिंगार
सखी चमका उमंगों का तारा
हो सखी चमका उमंगों का तारा
सखी चमका उमंगों का तारा
हो सखी चमका उमंगों का तारा

मुखड़ा गुलाब सा है प्यारा
झूले नन्हा सा राजा दुलारा
ओ झूले नन्हा सा राजा दुलारा
मुखड़ा गुलाब सा है प्यारा
झूले नन्हा सा राजा दुलारा
ओ झूले नन्हा सा राजा दुलारा
मैया की गोद भरी
नैनों को ज्योत मिली
जगमग है आँगन हमारा
हो सखी
चमका है नैनों का तारा
चमका है नैनों का तारा
हो सखी
चमका है नैनों का तारा

आई बहार किए सोलह सिंगार
सखी चमका है नैनों का तारा
हो सखी चमका है नैनों का तारा
सखी चमका है नैनों का तारा
हो सखी चमका है नैनों का तारा


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 :

5112 Post No. : 17055

Today’s song is from a stunt film Ji Haan aka Yes please – 1945.

This film was made under the banner of Gautam Chitra, Bombay. It was directed by a pair of Babubhai Mistry and Ramnik Bhatt. All the 8 songs were written by Pt. Indra and the music was by S.N.Tripathi…who was initially for stunt films and later was famous for Mythological movies. The cast consisted of Agha, Bhagwan,Shanta Patel, Meera, Gulab, Raziya,Azeembhai, Anant Prabhu etc etc.

Based on the major chunk of films made, the first 3 decades of talkie films can be easily named accordingly. For example, the 1930’s decade was the “experimental Decade’ because being a new medium, the filmmakers had no idea as to which type of films would attract the audience. Hence there was a mix of all Genres like Historical, Mythological, Folk stories, stunts, family and what not. The 1950’s decade can decisively be called a ” Mythological and Religious films decade” as 124 such films were made in this period. And the 1940’s decade can be said to be a Gold mine for B and C grade action/stunt and costume films. The contribution of Master Bhagwan in this Genre is incomparable to any other filmmaker in the first 30 years of Talkie era. He was not the ‘ initiator’ but surely a ‘developer’ of action films.

An American -Mike Barnum – runs 2 Blogs on B and C grade Hindi action/stunt films of India. Don’t be surprised. There are a few more foreigners who have extraordinary interest in Indian cinema of the yore and they have their own Blogs. One more example is ” memsaabstory.com’n run by Greta Kemmer. Then there is Tom Daniels too. Mike Barnum writes about Master Bhagwan thus…

” Known to his fans as a comedic sidekick in countless Bollywood films of the Golden Era, Bhagwan (Bhagwan Abaji Palav)played the lead and sometimes also directed numerous B grade comedy-action films throughout the 40’s and the 50’s decade. Bhagwaqn often worked opposite former wrestler Baburao pehelwan. With Bhagwan’s short, stubby stature and Baburao’s handsome physique, they made a popular pair.

Bhagwan entered films during the silent era. After a few years, doing bit parts and supporting roles, he tried his hand at Directing with the 1938 stunt film Bahadur Kissan, starring popular action star Chandrarao. Bhagwan co starred in the film with Hansa Wadkar, Sunetra and Vasantrao pahelwan-another former wrestler who was often seen in his films.

Bahadur kissan-38 was quickly followed by Criminal-39, Vanmohini-40 and Raja Gopichand-41 in which the comedian again acted and directed. Bhagwan’s comedy-stunt film combination became quite popular, but is little remembered today, mostly due to the fact that no prints seem to have survived.

Along with the stunt genre, Bhagwan took his brand of comedy and incorporated Horror in House of Mystery(Bhedi Bangla)-49 and spoofed Tarzan pictures with The Jungle man-50. While the masses enjoyed these little B films, it was not until Albela in 1951 that Bhagwan managed to impress the critics. This little musical comedy (produced under his banner-Bhagwan Art productions) also starred Geeta Bali and Baburao Pehelwan and it struck gold at the box office. Bhagwan tried to duplicate Albela’s success with rangeela and Jhamela-51, but both films flopped.

Sadly, of Bhagwan’s dozens of starring roles, only Albela and the comedy Damaad are currently available to see. Thankfully we can at least enjoy the ads and posters from many of his lost or missing films….. and who knows someday a few of these old classics will be unearthed for all to see ! Some of his films were madadgar, Pyar ki raat, Bahadur kissan, criminal, vanamohini, raja gopichand, Rooplekha, Achhajee, Bhedi bangla, Jungle man, Albela, damaad, Actor, Bhole piya, Joker, Bhoole bhatke, Dushmani, Daughter of the Sea, gunehgar, Sukhi jeevan, Badla, Nagma e sahra, Ji haan, Dosti, Shake hands, matwale, laalach, jalan, Jigar and others. “

Master Bhagwan was unique. He was a very hard working person. In the real sense, he brought in the wave of stunt films in the late 40s. After the films of Master Vithal and Fearless Nadia waned in their popularity by 1944-45, it was Master Bhagwan, who established his own Production house-Jagriti Films and produced several stunt films. he had a set of actors and actresses, which included Baburao pehelwan, Vasantrao pehelwan, Azeem Bhai, Shanta Patel, Chanchal, Leela Gupte, Usha Shukla and Vitha Lokare.

The storyline for most of his films was also fixed. Two young vagabonds-Baburao pehelwan and Bhagwan, come to Bombay in search of employment. One Sethji (Azeembhai ) appoints them to protect him from the local criminal (Vasantrao pehelwan). Sethji has a good looking daughter ( one of the stock Heroines), who has a maid (another girl from the stock). Baburao loves Seth ji’s daughter and Bhagwan loves the maid. After a lot of stunts and fighting scenes, the end would be happy. The same story with changed names and other minor changes was used in almost all his films like Badla, Bahadur, Jalan, Madadgaar, Dosti, Shake hand, Matlabi,Bach ke rehna,Bhole bhale, Jeete Raho or such other films. The audience did not mind . They were happy with the stunts. (Did Nasir Hussain and Manmohan Desai get inspiration from Bhagwan in this matter ?).

There was a time when most Indian heroes of the 60’s and the 70’s were great fans of Bhagwan’s action films. Examples are Kishore kumar and Sanjeev kumar. Actor Shyam was his good friend C.Ramchandra, Raj kapoor, P L Santoshi, Shashdhar Mukherjee and many others were his fans. I can not be counted among these famous ones, but I and Greta memsaab simply love Bhagwan’s action films.

Today I am presenting a fun song from the film Ji Haan-45. Out of 8 songs of the film, 5 were comedy songs. One comedy song is already discussed on this Blog. This will be the second song. Let us now enjoy this song.


Song-Mera piya tram chalaawe (Jee Haan)(1945) Singer-Meera, Lyrics-Pt Indra Chandra, MD-S N Tripathi

Lyrics

Mera piya tram chalaave
maayee re mose ticket maange
Mera piya tram chalaave
maay ree mose ticket maange
mere bachche ki laaj na aawe (?)
mere bachche ki laaj na aawe (?)
maayee re mose ticket maange
Mera piya tram chalaave
maay ree mose ticket maange

saajan mera thumka deta
saajan mera thumka deta
dete dhuaan udaawe
maaye re
dete dhuaan udaawe
mera sainyya afeem khaawe
mera sainyya afeem khaawe
Cheen des ko jaawe ae
Cheen des ko jaawe

baalam mera ??
baalam mera ??
tabla roz bajaawe
maaye re
tabla roz bajaaye

preetam mera charas chadhaawe
preetam mera charas chadhaawe
bhor bhaye ghar aawe ae
bhor bhaye ghar aawe
aate hi ?? bajaawe
maayee re
aate hi ?? bajaawe
maayee re mose ticket maange
mera piya tram chalaawe
maayee re mose ticket maange
mere bachche ki laaj na aawe
mere bachche ki laaj na aawe
maayee re mose ticket maange
mera piya tram chalaawe
maayee re mose ticket maange

mere ghar mein saas ??
mere ghar mein saas ??
jhaadu mujhe bataawe
maayee re
jhaadu mujhe bataawe

nanad akeli chugli kaate
nanad akeli chugli kaate
ik ut aag lagaawe ae
ik ut aag lagaawe

dewra mera bada chorta?
dewra mera bada chorta?
jhumka bech ke khaawe
maayee re
jhumka bech ke khaawe

sainyya hamra bada anaadi
sainyya hamra bada anaadi
munh pe ??
munh pe ??

bolo to aankh dikhaawe
maayee re
bolo to aankh dikhaawe
maaye re mose ticket maange
mera piya tram chalaawe
maaye re mose ticket maange
mere bachche ki laaj na aawe
mere bachche ki laaj na aawe
maaye re mose ticket maange
mera piya tram chalaawe
maaye re mose ticket maange


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Blog Day :

5087 Post No. : 17012

“Janam Janam Ke Phere”(1957) was produced by Subhash Desai and directed by Manmohan Desai for Mukta Films, Bombay. The movie had Nirupa Roy, Manhar Desai,
B.M.Vyas, S.N.Tripathi, Satish Vyas, Amar, Pandey, Kanta Kumari, Malay Sarkar, Champaklala, Krishna Kumari, Mahipal(Guest artiste) etc in it.

The movie had nine songs in it. Eight of these songs have been covered in the blog. Here are the details of the songs:-

Sr.No. Song Title Singer/s Posted On
01 Janam janam ke phere …saanjh savere sabko ghere, inse na koyi bache re Rafi, chorus 16 February 2013
02 Tu hai ya nahin bhagwan… kabhi hota bharosa kabhi hota bharam Lata, Rafi, Manna Dey 16 June 2012
03 Bhadak uthhi hai…aaja naag tohe man mein basaa loon Lata Mangeshkar 04 January 2020
04 Raah se dharam ki hataanewaala kaun Lata Mangeshkar 16 June 2022
05 Man ka andhiyaaraa… tan ke tamboore mein do saanson ke taar boley Manna Dey 03 June 2012
06 Rang birange phoolon ki jhoomein re daaliyaan… kaali kaali ankhiyon ki chhalke re Pyaaliyaan Geeta Dutt, Manna Dey, chorus 14 March 2022
07 Aatma ki ye … zaraa saamne to aao chhaliye Mohd Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar 25 December 2008
08 Baaj rahi shehnaayi dekho baaj rahi shenaayi Lata Mangeshkar Being discussed today
09 Ghanan ghanan ghan baaje… aayi mohan milan ki bela Shamshad Begum, Mohd Rafi, chorus 05 April 2020

Only one song from the movie is left to be covered.

Here is that final song from the movie. The song is sung by Lata Mangeshkar. Bharat Vyas is the lyricist. Music is composed by S N Tripathi.

The song is picturised on Nirupa Roy playing a bride and getting married to the wrong groom. She would not point this out to her elders, rather she would make the most of this opportunity to sing a melancholic song. Singing a melancholic song,(when wronged by fate) was considered the ultimate act of Bhartiya Nari in Hindi movies of those days. Nirupa Roy was one of the leading Bhartiya Naaris of those days. subsequently she graduated to the role of the ultimate Hindi movie maa. 🙂

Amar is also visible in the picturisation.

Lyrics of the song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

With this song, all the nine songs of “Janam Janam Ke Phere”(1957) get covered in the blog. The movie thus joins the list of movies that have been YIPPEED in the blog.

Audio link:

Video link:

Song-Baaj rahee shehnaayee dekho baaj rahi shehnaayee (Janam Janam Ke Phere)(1957) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-S N Tripathi

Lyrics

baaj rahee shehnaayee…ee..ee
baaj rahee shenaayee
dekho baaj rahee shehnaayee
angnaa mein
baaj rahee shenaayee
ye duniya diwaani dekho
karti hai manmanee rey ae
ye duniya deewaani dekho
karthi hai manmanee
haayye
jaaney na peer paraayee rey
paraayee rey paraayee
dekho baaj rahee shehnaayee
angnaa mein aen
baaj rahee shenaayee

sab sakhiyaan meri maang sajaayein ae..aen..aen
sab sakhiyaan meri maang sajaayen
main ansuwan haar piroun rey ae ae
duniyaa to hansti hai khil khil aur
main jhar jhar roun rey ae
duniya to hansti hai khil khil aur
main jhar jhar roun re
bin bhanwar kalee murjhaayee murjhaayee
murjhaayee..eee
dekho baaj rahee shehnaayee
angnaa mein aen
baaj rahee shenaayee

sakhiyaan meri mehandi se aey ae ae ae ae ae
sakhiyaan meri mehandi se rangti hain haath rey ae ae
woh kyaa jaanen meraa hai suhaag nahin saath rey ae ae
woh kyaa jaanen meraa hai suhaag nahin saath
mere piyaa ne sudh bisraayee
bisraayee bisraayee..eee
dekho baaj rahee shehnaayee
angnaa mein ae
baaj rahee shenaayee..ee..eee


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day :

5081 Post No. : 17004

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2012-2022) – Song No. 53
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This day ten years ago viz 16thJune’2012 saw five songs getting covered in the blog. Here are the details:-

Song Movie title(Year) Remarks
Yoon na reh reh kar hamen tarsaaiye Master Madan (NFS)(1935) N/A
Ye khaamoshiyaan ye samaa Samrat(1954) All songs covered
Kajra na dekhe gajra na dekhe Suhaag Sindoor(1961) All songs covered
Tu hai ya nahin bhagwaan Janam Janam Ke Phere(1957) 7 of 9 songs covered
Le le dard paraaya kar de door gham ka saaya Chhote Baabu(1957) All songs covered

We can see that five songs were posted on this date ten years ago. One song was a non film song (NFS) and remaining four songs were from four different movies.

The movies represented were ‘Samrat-1954’, ‘Suhaag Sindoor-1961’, ‘Janam Janam Ke Phere-1957’ and ‘Chhote Babu-1957’. Out of these four movies three movies have already been ‘Yippeeee’ed’ on the blog. Janam Janam Ke Phere(1957) is the only unYIPPEED movie from that day.

I had watched this movie during my childhood. I do not have not reecollection of the movie. But, the title of the movie and its most popular song, viz ‘zaraa saamne to aao chhaliye’ is permanently ethed in the Read Only Memory (ROM) of my mind.

“Janam Janam Ke Phere-1957’ (alias ‘Sati Annapurna) was directed by Manoo Desai for ‘Mukti Films, Bombay’. It was produced by Subhash Desai.

Manoo Desai also wrote this movie and editing of this movie was done by Kamlakar.

(This movie was passed by Censor Board on 30.05.1957.)

This movie had Nirupa Roy, Manhar Desai, B.M. Vyas, Krishnakumari, S.N. Tripathi, Amar Pande, Amirbai Karnataki, Satish Vyas, Malay Sarkar, Kantakumari, Champaklal, Santosh Kunwar, and others.

Mahipal made a guest appearance in this movie.

This movie had nine songs written by Bharat Vyas and composed by S.N. Tripathi. Lata Mangeshkar, Mohd Rafi, Geeta Dutt and Manna Dey had given their voice to the songs in this movie.

The movie had the following songs in it:-

Sr.No. Song Title Singer/s Posted On
01 Janam janam ke phere …saanjh savere sabko ghere, inse na koyi bache re Rafi, chorus 16.02.2013
02 Tu hai ya nahin bhagwan… kabhi hota bharosa kabhi hota bharam Lata, Rafi, Manna Dey 16.06.2012
03 Bhadak uthhi hai…aaja naag tohe man mein basaa loon Lata Mangeshkar 04.01.2020
04 Chaahe raat barsaat ho… raah se dharam ki hataanewaala kaun Lata Mangeshkar Being presented today
05 Man ka andhiyaaraa… tan ke tamboore mein do saanson ke taar boley Manna Dey 03.06.2012
06 Rang birange phoolon ki jhoomein re daaliyaan… kaali kaali ankhiyon ki chhalke re Pyaaliyaan Geeta Dutt, Manna Dey, chorus 14.03.2022
07 Aatma ki ye … zaraa saamne to aao chhaliye Mohd Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar 25.12.2008
08 Baaj rahi shehnaayi dekho baaj rahi shenaayi Lata Mangeshkar
09 Ghanan ghanan ghan baaje… aayi mohan milan ki bela Shamshad Begum, Mohd Rafi, chorus 05.04.2020

From the above table we can see that this movie had made its debut on the blog on 25.12.2008. The movie has already lasted for over thirteen years on the blog without being YIPPEED. 🙂

Today we present the eighth and penultimate song from this movie.

Today’s song is sung by Lata Mangeshkar. Nirupa Roy lip-syncs on screen. Manhar Desai and B.M. Vyas are also visible in the picturisation.

Lyrics for the song were sent by Prakashchandra.

The video link of this song has three stanzas; however the audio link has only two stanzas.

Let us now enjoy today’s beautiful composition …

Audio

Video

Song-Raah se dharam ki hataane waala kaun (Janam Janam Ke Phere) (1957) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-S N Tripathi

Lyrics (Lyrics provided by Prakashchandra)

chaahe raat barsaat ho..ooo
aandhi ho yaa toofaa..aan..aa..aan
teraa vrat na tal sake
naa tale ae sati ki aan

raah se dharam ki hataane waalaa kaun
raah se dharam ki hataane waalaa kaun
satiyon ko sat se digaane waalaa kaun
satiyon ko sat se digaane waalaa kaun
naam bhagwaan ka mitaane waalaa kaun
naam bhagwaan ka mitaane waalaa kaun
satiyon ko sat se digaane waalaa kaun

raah mein gulaal ude
chaahe ude dhool ho..o o
raah mein gulaal ude
chaahe ude dhool ho
paaon mein chubhe re chaahe
phool chaahe shool ho
dar se dagar ki daraane waalaa kaun
dar se dagar ki daraane waalaa kaun
satiyon ko sat se digaane waalaa kaun
raah se dharam ki hataane waalaa kaun
satiyon ko sat se digaane waalaa kaun

(Below mentioned stanza heard only in video link)

devi se pujaran ki ho chaahe jitni doorie..ee
devi se pujaran ki ho chaahe jitni doorie..ee
sachchi ho lagan to rahe poojaa na adhoori
aarti ka deep bujhaane waalaa kaun
aarti ka deep bujhaane waalaa kaun
satiyon ko sat se digaane waalaa kaun
raah se dharam ki hataane waalaa kaun
satiyon ko sat se digaane waalaa kaun

(.)

Sita ka ye sach hai ae Saavitri ki shakti..ee
Gauri ka ye bal hai ae Gayatri ki bhakti
saadhnaa sati ki aaj jaaye nahin khaali
saadhnaa sati ki aaj jaaye nahin khaali
aaraadhana kisi ki aaj jaaye nahin taalee
bhaavnaa ke phoolon ko thukraane waalaa kaun
satiyon ko sat se digaane waalaa kaun
satiyon ko sat se digaane waalaa kaun
satiyon ko sat se digaane waalaa kaun
satiyon ko sat se digaane waalaa kaun



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Blog Day :

5079 Post No. : 17002

“Nadirshah”(1968) was produced and directed by S N Tripathi. The movie had Feroz Khan, Naaz, Sheikh Mukhtar, Murad, Minoo, Mumtaz, Hiralal etc in it.

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

Here are the details of the song that have been covered in the blog so far :-

Blog post number Song Singer(s) Date of post
4925 Mohammad Shah rangeeley re Rafi, Suman Kalyanpur 1 November 2011
7456 Phoolon taley ham tumse miley Lata Mangeshkar 6 February 2013
7528 Sitam hai subah ka aalam Lata Mangeshkar, Rafi 20 Februray 2013
7534 Jang insaaniyat ki dushman hai Mahendra Kapoor 21 February 2013
7555 Kaahe ko byaahi bides Suman Kalyanpur, Shyama Hemmadi 25 February 2013
16998 Hai meri mohabbat jo gunehgaar…daata tere ghar Suman Kalyanpur 11 June 2022

Here is the seventh and final song from “Nadirshah” (1968) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Suman Kalyanpur. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by S N Tripathi.

The video is not clear. The song is picturised as a mujra dance song in a raj darbaar. The video is not clear. The dancer performing on the song appears to be Mumtaz to me. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify her.

I have not been able to get a few words right in the lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections in the lyrics as applicable.

With this song, all the seven songs of the movie have been covered in the blog. With this, “Nadirshah”(1968) joins the list of movies that have been YIPPEED in the blog.


Song-Saaqiyaa bahaar aayi jhoom jhoom (Nadirshah)(1968) Singer-Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-S N Tripathi

Lyrics

saaheba jashne tarab
saaz mubaarak baashad
jalwe aeshaj aagaaz mubaarak baashad

saaqiya
saaqiya
saaqiya bahaar aayi jhoom jhoom
saaqiya
bahar aayi jhoom jhoom
rut hai deeweani jaise nayi ho jawaani
rut hai deewaani jaise nayi ho jawaani
bhanwara lubhaaye kali choom choom saaqiya
sqaqiya
bahaqr aayi jhoom jhoom
saaqiyaa

aa aa aa aa aa
hai zamaana shabaab par saaqi
kya khaban hai sharaqb par saaqi
o o o o
humri kaaklkha(?) pe aakar
daal de maahtaab par saaqi
daal de maahtaab par saaqi
saqqiya
saaqiya
bahaar aayi jhoom jhoom
saaqiya
sakiya bahar aayi jhoom jhoom
bhanwara lubhaaye kali
bhanwara lubhaaye kali choom choom
saaqiya

sabka(?) ye husn mile
jaam pe jaam chale
pyaar ki bazm saje
murjhaaye dil bhi khiley
kamsini teri sahar
sun to ae shokh e nazar
kamsini teri sahar
sun to ae shokh e nazar r r r
mausam e gul hain ghame zipt(?) ke sahne waale
aish kar aish yahaan
kehte hain kehne waale


kar le kuchh sair ae chaman
karle kuchh sair ae chaman
daur ae khiza ae pahle
sabka ab ??is rang pe rahne waale
mast hain hawaayen jaise pyaar ki hon raahen
mast hain hawaayen jaise pyaar ki hon raahen
dilwaale jaaye jahaan ghoom ghoom
saaqyaa bahaar aayi jhoom jhoom
saaqiya
aa aa aa aa
sakiya
aa aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aaa
aa aa aa aa


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Blog Day :

5076 Post No. : 16998

“Nadirshah”(1968) was produced and directed by S N Tripathi. The movie had Feroz Khan, Naaz, Sheikh Mukhtar, Murad, Minoo, Mumtaz, Hiralal etc in it.

The movie had seven songs in it. Five sons from the movie have been covered in the past. The movie made its debut on the blog on 1 november 2011 with thissong. After a gap of 15 months, four more songs from the movie were discussed in february 2013. More than nine years have passed since.

Here is the sixth song from “Nadirshah”(1968) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Suman Kalyanpur. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by S N Tripathi.

My guess is that this “Remonstrating with the Almighty” genre of song is picturised on Naaz. Nevertheless, I request our knowledgeable readers to help confirm/ refute my identifation of the artist.


Song-Daata tere ghar der hai andher nahin hai (Nadirshah)(1968) Singer-Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-S N Tripathi

Lyrics

hai meri mohabbat jo gunehgaar to maalik
jo teri raza ho ye mera sar ye jabeen(?) hai
hai meri mohabbat jo gunehgaar to maalik
jo teri raza ho, ye mera sar ye jabeen(?) hai
varna main sada deti hoon insaaf ko tere
daata tere ghar der hai andher nahin hai
daata tere ghar der hai andher nahin hai

hoti hai teri falak pe bedaad(?) jahaan par
hoti hai teri falak pe bedaad jahaan par
aur rukti hai majloom ki fariyaad(?) jahaan par
sunti hoon khudaaya teri rahmat bhi wahin hai
sunti hoon khudaya teri rahmat bhi wahin hai
daata tere ghar der hai andher nahin hai

be julmo khata qaid mein deewaana hai mera
be julmo khata qaid mein deewaana hai mera
maine usey chaaha yahi afsaana hai mera
alla mere tujhse to chhupa kuchh bhi nahin hai
alla mere tujhse to chhupa kuchh bhi nahin hai
daata tere ghar der hai andher nahin hai
hai meri mohabbat jo gunehgaar to maalik
jo teri raza ho ye mera sar ye jabeen(?) hai
varna main sada deti hoon insaaf ko tere
data tere ghar der hai andher nahi hai


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