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This article is written by nahm, 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 :

4479 Post No. : 15987

The series of “Dheere dheere songs” has been in the making since May 2019 starting with this post. But nothing to worry about, as I am keeping track of these posts and will give a recap in the final post of the series.

Next song in this series is this multiple version song from the film Phool aur Kaante- 1991. The music director are the duo Nadeem Sharavan, with their trusted team member Sameer being lyricist. Sameer holds the records for having written highest number of film song. The singers are Kumar Sanu and Alka Yagnik.

Myswar.com has listed three versions of the song, a duet and Alka Yagnik solo of “Dheere dheere pyar ko badhaana hai” and a sad duet version with slight change in words of mukhda “dheere dheere hausla badhaana hai”. I was not able to find the Alka Yagnik solo, so the lyrics and links are given for the happy and sad duet versions.

Two songs of this film are posted 10 years apart in the blog 2009 & 2019:

Song Date posted
Tumse milne ko dil kartaa hai 11 June 2009
Maine pyaar tumhi se kiya hai 11 June 2019

Actually this song already posted in the series is inspired by Joyce Sims’ “Come into my life” (1987). On first hearing, the similar things between the songs are the similar words of “meri zindagi mei naana” and “come into my life”, plus the same guitar interlude at the beginning of both songs. But some work on the part of lyricist and music director is definitely involved in creating a lovely Indian sounding song. Aashiqui was in 1990, and this movie “Phool aur Kaante” was in 1991. Come to think of it, this “dheere dheere” is having a similar tune to the Aashiqui song.

Dheere dheere se meri zindagi mein aana
Dheere dheere se dil ko churaana

Dheere dheere pyaar ko badhaana hai
Hadd se guzar jaana hai

“Phool aur Kaante” was Ajay Devgan’s debut film and Madhoo was the heroine. The song’s both versions are picturised on them. I know that I have seen this movie at Bandra’s “Gaiety” cinema. But to recollect the actual happenings in the story is another thing. I visited the imdb page to get snippets of story etc. so can’t say it was a memorable film. And no, they haven’t translated the name of this movie to “Flower and Thorns” 🙂 🙂 .

Happy version- Video

Sad version-Video

Sad version (Full audio)

Song-Dheere dheere pyaar ko badhaana hai (Phool aur Kaante)(1991) Singers-Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik, Lyrics-Sameer, MD-Nadeem Shrawan

Lyrics

———————
Happy version
——————–

dheere dheere pyaar ko badhaana hai
hadd se guzar jaana hai
dheere dheere pyaar ko badhaana hai
hadd se guzar jaana hai
mujhe bas tujhse dil lagana hai
hadd se guzar jaana hai

dheere dheere pyaar ko badhaana hai
hadd se guzar jaana hai

aisi zindagi hogi
har taraf khushi hogi
itna pyaar doonga tujhe
ae mere sanam
ab na koi gham hoga
na ye pyaar kam hoga
saathi mere mujhko tere sar ki hai kasam

ek dooje ko aazmaana hai
hadd se guzar jaana hai
dheere dheere pyar ko badhaana hai
hadd se guzar jaana hai

main akela kya karta
aise hi aahen bharta
tere pyaar ke liye tadapta umr bhar
jaane kya main kar jaati
yoon tadap ke mar jaati
bin tere bhala kaise kat’ta ye safar

tere liye mar ke bhi dikhaana hai
had se guzar jaana hai
dheere dheere pyaar ko badhana hai
hadd se guzar jaana hai

tera chaand sa mukhda
tu jigar ka hai tukda
tu humaare sapnon ki jheel ka kanwal

jaan se tu hai pyaara aankhon ka tu hai taara
bin tere jiyenge ab hum na ek pal
sab kuch tujhpe hi lutaana hai
hadd se guzar jaana hai

dheere dheere pyaar ko badhana hai
had se guzar jaana hai
mujhe bas tujhse dil lagaana hai
hadd se guzar jaana hai

ho o
hadd se guzar jaana hai
haan
hadd se guzar jaana hai

——————–
Sad version
———————
aansu na bahaayenge
hansi dhoondh laayenge
miljul ke baant lenge
zindagi ke gham

aansu na bahaayenge
hansi dhoondh laayenge
miljul ke baant lenge
zindagi ke gham

bachh ke kahaan jaayegi
khushiyaan laut aayengi
haarenge na waqt ki in
aandhiyon se ham
dheere dheere hausla badhaana hai
hadd se guzar jaana hai
dheere dheere pyaar ko badhaana hai
hadd se guzar jaana hai


This article is written by nahm, 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 :

4472 Post No. : 15973 Movie Count :

4377

This is the last song and culmination of a short series of posts about inspired/copied songs. The team of creators of this song from Sangharsh(1999) is Jatin-Lalit, Sameer and Sonu Nigam. This inspiration behind this song is the OPN song from “Ek Musaafir Ek Hasina”.

This is the list of the five songs posted so far in this series:

Song Posted on
Tu meri zindagi hai 21 Sep 2020
Bhoori bhoori aankhon waala ek ladka hai 28 Sep 2020
Love ki ghanti baj gayi meri 28 Sep 2020
Raaja ko raani se pyaar ho gaya 1 Oct 2020
Saathiya tu mere sapnon ka meet hai 6 Oct 2020

Before internet and Youtube, it may have been easy to simply copy or lift a song created by someone else and pass it off as your own. Lay persons who are not actually conversant with music and composition process would not be able to find a link.

There is the famed instance of Madan Mohan doing this sort of thing, and using the tune from Sajjad Hussain’s “Sangdil” song “Ye hawa ye raat ye chaandni”, for his song “Tujhe kya sunaaun main dilruba” in “Aakhri Daao” (1958). In fact Madan Mohan went on to use the same tune for the song “hai isi mein pyar ki aabroo” in Anpadh (1962).

In fact, the tune is also very similar for this ghazal rendition in Laal Qila.

Coming back to the song from Sangharsh(1999), the singer Sonu Nigam is trying to sing the style of Kishore Kumar, which he does in many songs, but here the precedent is a Rafi rendition. It appears to a deliberate attempt to make the song sound different from the “Ek Musafir Ek Haseena” song.

I have seen this movie on cable TV, so can try to give a bit of the background. It was about the horrors of ‘child sacrifice’ and black magic like issues that are a part of ancient dogmas prevalent in some parts. Practices like child sacrifice for attaining immortality. Ashutosh Rana played the character of the tantric/fanatic, which is looking to sacrifice a particular child of certain physical attributes, at a particular time and hour determined by some principles of black magic on a full moon night. The takeaway of the film was Ashutosh Rana’s performance as the tantric.

Priety Zinta is a police officers who is assigned to solve this case of case of saving the child kidnapped by the tantric.

Akshay Kumar is a professor in jail, the crime is unclear. Priety Zinta needs Akshay’s help to solve the case and save the child from being sacrificed.

The topic was certainly unique, never dealt before in hindi films. Priety Zinta visits Akshay Kumar in jail and he manages to spook her so much that she calls her friend Aman Verma in Delhi to share her fear and insecurity. Aman Verma is trying to reassure her divert her attention from her fears of past and present by singing this song on the phone.

So this is a phone song too. The funny part is Aman Verma’s phone goes dead while is song is still going on, he goes to a public phone booth to complete the song. Complete it does, with the donkeys surrounding the phone booth 🙂 🙂

Audio :

Video :

Song-Mujhe raat din bas mujhe chaahti ho (Sangharsh) (1999) Singer – Sonu Nigam, Lyricist – Sameer, Music Director – Jatin-Lalit

Lyrics

hmmm
hmmm hmmm hmm
hey ae ae
La la la

mujhe raat din
bas mujhe ae
chaahti ho
mujhe raat din
bas mujhe ae
chaahti ho
kaho na kaho
mujh ko
sab kuchh pataa hai
haan
karoon kya mujhe
tum bataati nahin ho
chhupaati ho mujh se yeh
tumhaari khataa hai
haan
mujhe raat din
bas mujhe
chaahti ho

meri beqaraari ko
hadd se badhaana
tumhen khoob aata hai
baaten banaana
nigaahen milaa key yoon
mera chain lenaa
sataa ke mohabbat mein
yoon dard denaa
mujhe dekh ke
aise palken jhukaanaa
sharaarat nahin hai to
phir aur kya hai
haan
mujhe raat din
bas mujhe
chaahti ho

la la la la la
la la la la la
la la la la la

tumhen neend aayegi
ab na mere bin
mujhe hai yaqeen
aisa aayegaa ek din
khuli teri zulfon mein
soyaa rahoongaa aa
tere hi khayaalon mein
khoyaa rahoongaa aa
kabhi gaur se
meri aankhon mein dekho
meri jaan tumhaara hi
chehra chhupaa hai
haan
mujhe raat din
bas mujhe
chaahti ho
kaho na kaho
mujh ko
sab kuchh pataa hai
haan
karoon kya mujhe
tum bataati nahin ho
chhupaati ho mujh se yeh
tumhaari khataa hai
haan
mujhe raat din
bas mujhe
chaahti ho
hmmm mmm
hey he ae
la la laa aa


This article is written by nahm, 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 :

4448 Post No. : 15904

20th September was the birthday of Mahesh Bhatt. I knew there are numerous films with very good significant song in them produced and directed by Mahesh Bhatt which are not posted and some of these movies are yet to make an appearance in the blog. But it sometimes happens that what is easily available and do-able, never gets done and I neglected a few post, like the post for Hasrat Jaipuri during last week. Peevesie’s mom post of the Hinglish song from “Ham hain raahi pyaar ke” has encouraged me to do a post for this day.

This song from “Aashiqui” (1990) has a very appealing presence in the “Chitrahaar” made by Mahesh Bhatt. I have liked the songs of this film, as do many people of my generation. The only song from this film posted so far is here. In this post a lot about the film and the music is written.

For some months now, the link and lyrics are waiting in drafts for writing a post. The song is ‘Tu…… meri zindagi hai, tu…… meri har khushi hai”. Singer is the dependable Kumar Sanu. The lyrics are credited to Sameer and music to Nadeem-Shrawan”. But there is a catch here: see what I have found in the trivia about this song.

“This song was an adaptation of a Pakistani film song with the same mukhda from the film “Mohabbat Mar NahinSakti” (1977). The original song was composed by Nashad. While lyricist Sameer used the same mukhda as Tasleem Fazli’s original, the antara had different lyrics. The original song had two solo versions sung by Mehdi Hassan and Noor Jehan.”

I had years ago heard a Pakistani song of the same tune and mukhdaa on youtube, by a singer recording for PTV, while looking for this song from Aashiqui. But this information in the trivia is news to me. So I looked up the Noorjehan song and found both audio and video clips :
Audio by Noor jahaan
Video of film song.

The video of Mehdi Hasan version is also available :
Video of Mehdi hasan song
Audio version

Today 21 september is the 94th birth anniversary of Madam Noorjahan, and I find it fitting to give the lyrics of the song from the film “Mohabbat mar nahi sakti”(1977), sung by Noorjahan. The composer is Nashad, who might be the same one who features in the blog with many compositions in the 50’s decade.

Lyrics :

Tu uu uu uu
meri zindagi hai
tuuu
meri har khushi hai
tu hi pyaar tu hi chaahat
tu hi bandagi hai
Tu……
meri zindagi hai

jab tak na dekhoon tujhe
sooraj na nikle ae
jab tak na dekhoon tujhe
sooraj na nikle ae
zulfon ke saaye saaye
maahtaab ubhre
tu hi meraa hosh saathhi
tu hi bekhudi hai
Tuuuuu
meri zindagi hai
tuuu
meri har khushi hai
tu hi pyaar tu hi chaahat
tu hi bandagi hai
Tuuuuu
meri zindagi hai

mere labon pe tere
naghme milenge ae
mere labon pe tere
naghme milenge ae
aankhon mein saathhi tere
jazbe milenge ae
mere dil mein tu hi tu hai
teri raushni hai ae
Tuuuuu
meri zindagi hai

chhod ke duniyaa tujh ko
apnaa banaa loon
chhod ke duniyaa tujhko
apnaa banaa loon
sab se chhupaa ke tujhko o o
dil mein basaa loon
tu hi meri pehli khwaahish
tu hi aakhri hai ae ae
Tuuuuu
meri zindagi hai

So the song presented here is the second song from the film ‘Aashiqui’(1990). This is an indian adaptation of the song original sung by the two legends of across the border. Noor jahan and Mehdi Hasan were stalwarts of their style of singing and Kumar Sanu, singing the indian version was a Kishore Kumar clone, trying to make a name for himself back in 1990. So we will be kind and not make comparisons among unequal creations of the Almighty, whom he may have blessed differently.

But honestly, Kumar Sanu is not doing bad at all. Kumar Sanu’s birthday is also round the corner, on 23rd September. So we celebrate it a bit in advance with this remarkable song.

Video :

Full Audio :

Song-Tu meri zindagi hai (Aashiqui)(1990) Singers-Kumar Sanu, Anuradha Paudwal, Lyrics-Sameer, MD-Nadeem Shrawan

Lyrics(Based on Audio version)

Tu u u u
u u
meri zindagi hai ae
tu u u u
meri har khushi hai ae ae

Tu u u
meri zindagi hai ae
tu u u
meri har khushi hai ae ae
tu hi pyaar
tu hi chaahat
tu hi aashiqui hai ae ae
Tu u u u
meri zindagi hai
tu u u u
meri har khushi hai

pehli mohabbat ka
ehsaas hai ae tu u u
pehli mohabbat ka
ehsaas hai ae tu
bujh ke jo bujh na paayi ee ee
wo pyaas hai tu u u
tu hi meri pehli khwaahish
tu hi aakhri hai ae ae
Tu u u u
meri zindagi hai ae ae
tu u u
meri har khushi hai ae ae

o o o o
o o o
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
o o o
Tu u u
meri zindagi hai
tu u u
meri har khushi hai
tu hi pyaar
tu hi chaahat
tu hi aashiqui hai
Tu u u
meri zindagi hai
tu u u
meri har khushi hai
hmm hmhm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm

har zakhm dil ka tujhe
dil se du’aa de ae
har zakhm dil ka tujhe
dil se du’aa de
khushiyaan tujhe gham saare ae
mujh ko khudaa de ae
tujhko bhulaa na paaya aa
meri bebasi ee hai ae
Tu u u
meri zindagi hai ae ae
tu u u
meri har khushi hai

o o o o
o o o
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
o o o
Tu u u
meri zindagi hai
tu u u
meri har khushi hai
tu hi pyaar
tu hi chaahat
tu hi aashiqui hai
Tu u u
meri zindagi hai
tu u u u u
meri har khushi hai
hmm m m
hm hmm hmm
hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm


This article is written by Peevesie’s Mom, 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 :

4447 Post No. : 15898

Hullo Atuldom

“Ham Hain Raahi Pyaar Ke” (1993) had six songs, four of which are already on the blog as under,

Bambai Se Gayi Poona, Poona Se Gayi Dilli” – a wonderful post describing life at the various “pur”s and one “Nagar” and had 31 comments

Yoon Hi Kat Jaayega Safar Saath Chalne Se” – 3000th day of blog, post by Rajaji

Ghoonghat Ki Aad Se Dilbar Ka” – has a synopsis of the movie

and “Mujhse Muhabbat Ka Izhaar Karta“.

Here is the next one.

It is inside a garment Factory. Aamir Khan (Rahul) is trying to get his sister’s or jija’s factory running so that he can look after his niece and nephew/s who are not in a mood to accept him as their  guardian. To add to Rahul’s troubles the ladies working in the factory are in a mood to ‘rag’ their new boss. The songs were written by Sameer and tuned by Nadeem Shravan. It is sung by Kedarnath Bhattacharya popular as Kumar Sanu.

We are revisiting this movie to remember Tahir Hussain on his birth anniversary (19th September 1938- 10th february 2010) who was the producer of HHRPK (acronym of the movie). Incidentally Aamir Khan (hero of HHRPK) is his son and he was the main lead in two movies of TV Films, Tahir Hussain’s production house. Tahir Hussain, who was the brother of Nasir Hussain (maker of some classics of the 60s, 70s, 80s etc.) has classics like ‘Caravan’ (1971), ‘Anamika’ (1973), ‘Zakhmee’ (1975) etc. to his name as producer. He was the director of ‘Tum Mere Ho’ starring Aamir Khan in 1990.

20th September also happens to be the birth-date of the director of HHRPK -Mahesh Bhatt. He turns 72. He is known for movies that focused on relationships for example ‘Arth’, ‘Saransh’, even his initial ‘Lahu Ke Do Rang’ showed the relation between half-brothers played by Vinod Khanna and Danny almost like ‘Naam’ starring Kumar Gaurav and Sanjay Dutt. Mahesh Bhatt movies also had other regular Bollywood masala in it – action, emotion, drama and great music/ songs.

Video

Audio

Song – Chikni Surat Tu Kahaan Tha Ab Talak Ye Bata  (Hum Hain Raahi Pyaar Ke) (1993) Singer – Kumar Sanu, Lyrics – Sameer, MD – Nadeem Shravan
Chorus

Lyrics (Based on Audio Version)

now listen girls, please understand,
first things first,
I only want a shirt.

chikni soorat 
tu kahaan tha 
ab talak ye bata
chikni soorat 
tu kahaan tha 
ab talak ye bata
chikni soorat 
tu kahaan tha 
ab talak ye bata
chikni soorat 
tu kahaan tha 
ab talak ye bata

yu naa subah se shaam karo ji 
fectory na badnaam karo ji
chalo baith ke kaam karo ji 
aise na aaraam karo ji
waqt abhi jo dhal jayega 
phir na dobara kal aayega
sun lo meri baataan 
kaise kaise sapne leke
main yahaan pe aaya 
aaya  
dekh ke in aafat ki pudiyo ko
main to ghabraaya 
haan main to ghabraaya
chikni soorat 
tu kahaan tha 
ab talak ye bata
chikni soorat 
tu kahaan tha 
ab talak ye bata

hum huye barbaad ab to
hum huye barbaad
haan haan
hum huye barbaad ab to
hum huye barbaad
tum raho aabaad jao 
tum raho aabaad
haa haa haa haa haa

congratulations 
why 
and jubilation 
what for
aaye ho tum yahaan pe pehli pehli baar 
I see
tum hamko jaano 
why not 
hamko pehchaano
oh sure
itni si baat ka bura na maano yaar
no no no no no
everybody
congratulation
and jubilation
aaye ho tum yahaan pe pehli pehli baar
tum hamko jaano 
hamko pehchaano
itni si baat ka bura na maano yaar

hey listen you beauties
you must do your duties
and don’t you trouble me like this any more
coz if I get angry
I promise you one thing
I’ll surely be throwing you out of the door
haa haa haa haa haa

help me help me help me o god
help me help me help me o god
yeh mujhko tu 
kahaan laya hai 
kya socha tha 
kya paya hai
in haseeno se mujhko bachha
in haseeno se mujhko bachha

chikni soorat 
tu kahaan tha 
ab talak ye bata
ae chikni soorat 
tu kahaan tha 
ab talak ye bata
la la la laa laa
la la la laa laa 
la la la laa la la laa
la la la laa laa (hae hae hae)
la la la laa laa (hae hae hae)
la la la laa la la laa
la la la laa laa (hae hae hae)
la la la laa laa (hae hae hae)
la la la laa la la laa
la la la laa laa
la la la laa laa 
la la la laa la la laa

 


This article is written by nahm, 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 :

4431 Post No. : 15862

Remembering Rishi Kapoor on his 68th Birth Anniversary :

A journey started on 4th September, 1952. Rishi Kapoor’s life journey through his histrionics in tinsel town, starting with his father’s epic “Mera naam joker”, to the chocolate boy in ‘Bobby’ to the authentic Majnoo in “Laila Majnu” to the slick tycoon in “ Yeh Wada raha”, via the semi-villain in ‘Hum kisi se kam nahi”, with a heart of gold, no less. The hapless husband of ‘‘Damini” , the sacrificing lover boy of ‘Chaandni”, mark the fulfilling journey and career of a shining star with the a extra twinkle in the eyes. The nick name Chintu Kapoor suited him. And great things do come in small packages, or so I have heard.

Rishi Kapoor has more than justified the Kapoor khandaan’s legacy, with a kaleidoscope of films which people want to see again and again , just for his expressions and acting. I have just now seen the song .

This is one song I keep forgetting to mention while talking about RDB’s songs. In the song, though Rishi Kapoor is sitting in the restaurant and watching the song, it is clear who is emoting the best effect of the feel of the song. Clearly he was among the best actors of 70’s and 80’s heroes. May be Rajesh Khanna and Sanjeev Kumar were better than him, not counting Amitabh bachchan here.

Rishi Kapoor lost the battle to cancer on 30th April 2020, while the entire world was reeling under the ‘pandamic’. I could not pay a proper tribute to him at that time, so I am trying to do it now.

The pandemic’s lasting after affects are emerging like the rippling of the volcano. We all need to deal with these in a calm and collected manner, and keep faith that the things will improve in near and distant future.

Here is a small ghazal, for motivation:

– Kabhi maayoos mat honaa –

Main maantaa hoon waba’a ke din hain
Magar yeh din bhi khudaa ke din hain

Dilon se maayoosiyaan nikaalo
Zara sa aage shifa’a ke din hain

Guzar gayi umr ghaflaton mein
Yahi to rab se wafaa ke din hain

———-

Waba’a – widespread illness
Shifa’a – recovery from illness
Ghaflat – carelessness

Coming to the song, it is from the film “Deewaana”(1992). Singer is Kumar Sanu of this lengthy, long mukhdaa and long stanza’s song. Sameer is the lyricist and Nadeem-Shrawan are the music directors.

The following two songs from this film were posted way back in March 2009:
Paayaliyaa ho ho ho ho
Aisi deewaanagi

Someone made this comment in 2020 to this 28 year old song, on youtube :

कल के मधुर संगीत ,
आज के भंगार संगीत
जमीन आसमान का फर्क

Can’t disagree here, as the song is really “madhur”. This was also a personal favourite in 1992, though I might have seen this film on cable TV. The late Divya Bharti is the heroine with Rishi Kapoor, with Shah Rukh khan playing a third in a negative role, this character is not with a heart of gold 🙂 .

Rishi Kapoor is singing this song on stage with a bevy of dancers(One too many), my memory did not recall the extra dancers on stage. At least they are not in garish colour, so everyone is in heavenly sparkling white.

And may the departed souls rest in heavenly peace.

Sochenge tumhe pyar karen ke nahin – Deewana(1992)

Song-Sochenge tumhen pyaar karen ke nahin (Deewaana)(1992) Singer-Kumar Sanu, Lyrics-Sameer, MD-Nadeem Shrawan

Lyrics

Hey hey
Hey hey
hmmm mmmm
hmmmmm
hmmm mmmm
hmmmmm
ooo oooo
aa haa haaa

sochenge tumhen pyaa aa aar
karen ke nahin
sochenge tumhen pyaa aa aar
karen ke nahin
ye dil beqaraa aa aar
karen ke nahin
khwaabon mein chhupaayaa tum ko
yaadon mein basaayaa tum ko o o
khwaabon mein chhupaayaa tum ko
yaadon mein basaayaa tum ko
miloge hamen tum jaanam
kahin na kahin ee ee en
sochenge tumhen pyaa aa aar
karen ke nahin
ye dil beqaraa aa aar
karen ke nahin

tum ho khiltaa mehkaa sa kanwal
tum ho khiltaa mehkaa sa kanwal
ham jo gaayen
tum ho wo ghazal
kamsin bholaa sa mukhdaa
lagti ho chaand ka ik tudkaa
ham kitni taareef karen
dekh ke tum ko aahen bharen
tum sa nahin hai koyi
pyaaraa sanam mm
pyaaraa sanam mmmm
sochenge tumhen pyaa aa aar
karen ke nahin
ye dil beqaraa aa aar
karen ke nahin

hey hey
hey hey hey
la la la la la la
la la la la laa aa
hey hey hey hey hey

jis din tum ko
dekhegi nazar
jis din tum ko
dekhegi nazar
jaane dil pe
hogaa kya asar
rakhhenge tum ko nigaahon mein
bhar lenge tumhen baahon mein
zulfon ko ham suljhaayenge
ishq mein duniyaa bhulaayenge
ye beqaraari ab to o o
hogi na kam m
hogi na kam mmmm
sochenge tumhen pyaa aa aar
karen ke nahin
ye dil beqaraa aa aar
karen ke nahin
khwaabon mein chhupaayaa tum ko
yaadon mein basaayaa tum ko o o
khwaabon mein chhupaayaa tum ko
yaadon mein basaayaa tum ko
miloge hamen tum jaanam
kahin na kahin ee een en
sochenge tumhen pyaa aa aar
karen ke nahin
ye dil beqaraa aa aar
karen ke nahin
hey hey
la la la la laa aaa
la la la la la laa laa
hey hey hey hey hey


This article is written by Peevesie’s Mom, 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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4414 Post No. : 15817 Movie Count :

4360

Hullo Atuldom

At the outset I must admit that I am a little confused as I write this post. The person/ celebrity/ actress/ star for whose birthday this is, has aged gracefully and looks fabulous even now. But I am confused about her year of birth. When I wrote this post Phir Bhor Bhayee Jaaga Madhuban in 2018 I found information on various sites on the internet by which I had mentioned that she was turning 64. Over the last few weeks I am finding information by which she would be 74 this year. Can a person age 10 years in two years?

Let me explain. In the past few weeks, during this lockdown, one of the satellite channels, showed an old episode of one their dance reality shows where Bindu and Aruna Irani were guests of honour (found out today that they are cousins). This must have been one of the episodes which was originally telecast in the last two years. And I told my husband (bless him for enduring all these re-runs with me) that Bindu turns 69 this year and Aruna Irani is a few years younger and how well she has looked after herself and maintained herself. Then as I was googling to confirm the dates of birth of the two, I was surprised to see that the year of birth is given as 1946. Anyways there is a saying “not to ask a lady her age and a man his wage.” So, let us just wish our dear Aruna Irani a very Happy and healthy life.

She has had along wait before she could settle in life with a man who loved her. She made her debut in movies at a young age of 8 or 9 playing the young Azra in “Gunga Jamuna”. She had to give up on schooling so that she could help support the family which had financial problems and could not educate all eight children. I find that this is the story of many actors of that time. Her father was an Irani and mother a Hindu. Her brothers Indra Kumar (who made the Aamir Khan Madhuri Dixit starrer DIL), Adi Irani (plays mainly character roles in movies and television), Firoz Irani (also an actor. producer, writer, director) are all well settled in the entertainment industry and she has had a major hand in setting them up.

She claims that she was a bad dancer who learnt dancing on-the-job. We have seen her comic side in movies where she had paired with Mehmood in the 70s and later in movies where she was with Asrani and Kadar Khan. She was the topmost actress in Gujarati movies even as she played supporting characters in Hindi, Marathi, Kannada etc. I remember seeing her in the Tamil remake of “Deewar” essaying the same mujra as she had done in Hindi- the song “koi mar jaaye kisi pe yeh kahan dekha hai”. She has produced and directed a few serials and acted in them too.
Today, for her birthday we will be seeing her as a not-so-young bua to Karisma Kapoor and Pooja Batra who are elated that she has finally found someone and likes him enough to think of marrying him. The song is at the engagement of the bua with Pooja’s fiance’s (Sanjay Dutt) uncle/ chachaji Rai Bahadur (Govinda). This movie has the two heroes trying to woo the heroines only Govinda has to double up as chacha and bhatija. In the process, before the niece the bua gets wooed.

The song is from David Dhawan directed “Haseena Maan Jaayegi” (1999) which had Anupam Kher playing the father of the girls, Kadar Khan played father of the boys. A part of the movie is inspired by “Pyaar Kiye Jaa” and we have Govinda donning a grey wig and beard and playing his own chacha. Paresh Rawal, Ashish Vidyarthi adding spice to this all round comedy.

The song is in the voices of Sonu Nigam, Kavita Krishnamurthy and Ravi Shankar (hearing this name for the first time). Anu Malik is the music director and Sameer the lyrics in-charge.


Song-Dulha bhi laajawaab hai dulhan bhi laajawaab (Haseena Maan Jaayegi)(1999) Singers-Sonu Nigam, Kavita Krisnamurthy, Ravishankar, Lyrics-Sameer, MD-Anu Malik

Lyrics

aaaaa aaaaaa
aaaaa oooooo

rab ne bhi khoob jodi haye
rab ne bhi khoob jodi banaayi hai janaab
dulha bhi laajawaab hai
dulhan bhi laajawaab
rab ne bhi khoob jodi banaayi hai janaab
rab ne bhi khoob jodi banaayi hai janaab
dulha bhi laajawaab hai
dulhan bhi laajawaab
dulha bhi lajawaab hai
dulhan bhi lajawaab

ni sa sa re sa sa
ga sa sa re sa sa
ni sa sa re sa sa
ga sa sa re sa sa
pa pa pa ma ma ma
ga ga ga re re
ma ma ma
ga ga ga re re re sa

dulha hai laal peda
dulhan hai rasmalai
dulhe ne aise dekha
dulhan ko sharm aayi

besharm choodiyon se
aati hai ye sadayein
na der kar o dulhe
jaldi se tham baahein

dulha jo chale tan ke
dulhan ki choodi khanke
dono ka milan hoga
lagta hai aaj jam ke
dulhan chunar ke peeche
sharmaake chupti jaaye
dulhe ki nazar se woh
lagta hai bachhti jaaye
ho oo
honthon pe halka halka
honthon pe halka halka
aane laga hai jaam
dulha bhi lajawaab hai
dulhan bhi lajawaab

dulha bhi lajawaab hai
dulhan bhi lajawaab

baaghon mein bhi na hoga
koi gulaab aisa
dulhe pe aaj dekho
aaya shabab kaisa

foote hai dil me laddu
armaan machal rahe
pyaasi jawaaniya hai
tan man pighal rahe hai

haaaaaan haaaaaye ae ae ae
haw haw haw haw
haw haw hawww
kaisa hai haal mera
yaaron mai kya bataaoo
maare khushi ke dekho
paagal na main ho jaaoon
kaajal se rang kaala
jaa ke zara churaalo
logo buri nazar se
mujhko zara bachha lo

hooo
poori huyi tamanna aaaa hoo
poori hui tamanna
sach ho gaye hai khwaab
dulha bhi lajawaab hai
dulhan bhi lajawaab

dulha bhi lajawaab hai
dulhan bhi lajawaab

rab ne bhi khoob jodi banayi hai janaab
rab ne bhi khoob jodi banayi hai janaab
dulha bhi lajawaab hai
dulhan bhi lajawaab
dulha bhi lajawaab hai
dulhan bhi lajawaab

dulha bhi lajawaab hai
dulhan bhi lajawaab
dulha bhi lajawaab hai
dulhan bhi lajawaab

aaaa aaaaaaaa
aaaaaaaa aaaaaa
aaaaaaaa


This article is written by Peevesie’s Mom, a fellow enthusaist 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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4407 Post No. : 15796 Movie Count :

4351

Hullo Atuldom

We all have some song that occasionally comes to the forefront of our memory. Then we keep playing it in our head as if on LOOP. Very often we are stuck at the mukhda itself. And forget to pay attention to the song as a whole.

Today’s song is one such song which keeps coming up in my mind’s playlist every now and then. I knew who the actors involved in it are. But didn’t know other details like who the lyricist and music director were? I just knew that it was from the 2001 released Rahul Rawail directed “Kuch Khatti Kuch Meethi”.

This was one of the movies that gave the evergreen-lover boy Rishi Kapoor a change of image. He played a father to grown up daughters (twins played by Kajol). He was the divorced husband of Rati Agnihotri. He is brainwashed and kept permanently in a drunken stupor by his step-sister (Mita Vasisht) so that she can usurp (what else) his immense wealth. One daughter is with each parent absolutely unaware that the other is alive. Then in the true tradition of movies with twins, coming down the ages in movies like ‘Parent Trap’ ‘Do Kaliyaan’ ‘Pyar Ke Kaabil’ (this was also a Rishi Kapoor movie) ‘Pyar ke do Pal’ etc., the girls switch places once they discover each other and work towards reuniting the parents. The three Bollywood movies that I mentioned had twins in the age bracket of 7-12 years of age. “KKKM” had twins who were older so that brought in a love-story too for one of the girls and the other one helped in setting things right so that the marriage can happen. Now the love interest of Tina (one of the twins, the other being Sweety) was played by Sunil Shetty (he changed his spelling to Suniel Shetty in 2014 for numerological reasons).

Sunil is one actor who has been around since the ’90s, his debut being ” Balwaan”(1982) opposite the late Divya Bharati. His movies of the ’90s were primarily action oriented and with the turn of the century he found success in multi-starrer movies of various genres including the mad-cap comedy movies “Hera Pheri”, “Phir Hera Pheri”, “Awara Paagal Deewana”, “One Two Three”, “De Dana Dan” etc where his teaming with Paresh Rawal and Akshay Kumar were well received. “Mohra” was an action packed movie of this trio in the ’90s, meaning the new century saw everyone in new avatars. He even played the traditional bad character in Farah Khan’s “Main Hoon Na” in 2004. He is a cricket lover (which Indian isn’t) and is the captain of the Mumbai Heroes in the Celebrity Cricket League. He belongs to a family which is into the restaurant business and he has various other business interests including film production. His daughter Athiya has also made her debut in Bollywood in 2015. His son is also on his way to becoming an actor.

I have always felt that Sunil Shetty has been lucky with some really romantic songs picturised on him. Can anyone forget “tum dil ki dhadkan mein rehte ho”. For a long time I had not seen “Dhadkan” from which that song was and always thought that he was the protagonist. It was later that I discovered that he was playing a jilted lover who tries to reunite with his girlfriend even after she is married; his character was neither good nor bad but somewhere in between and he had the best song of the movie. He won the Filmfare Best villain award for this portrayal.

I also noticed that “main tumhe bhool jaoon yeh ho nahin sakta. Aur tum mujhe bhool jaao yeh main hone nahin doonga” was previously uttered by Pooja Bedi to Naseerudin Shah in the 1993 release “Lootere” (also a Dharmesh Darshan directorial). But this same https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2hC0K2NMEMA is remembered as Sunil Shetty’s; something like Amitabh’s various dialogues down the years. By the way, “Dhadkan” was also by Dharmesh Darshan and he has written the dialogues of both the movies. That should explain why the statement was repeated.

Now today’s song has Sunil taking lessons from Rishi Kapoor on how to win back the affection of his ‘rootha’ pyar (i.e. appeasing the lover). This was a nice father-in-law son-in-law jodi 😉 This song is in the vocals of Kumar Sanu for both Rishi and Sunil. The female playback is by Alka Yagnik for Kajol and even Rati hums a line in the same voice later in the movie. And it is surprising (for me atleast) that this soft number is composed by Anu Malik and written by Sameer. Some parts of the song has an old times feel to it.

No prizes for guessing my sudden interest in Sunil Shetty. He turns 59 today and here is wishing him all the best for the future.

Rati Agnihotri version

Video

Audio

Song-Tumko sirf tumko hamne chaaha(Kuchh Khatti Kuchh Meethhi)(2001) Singers-Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik, Lyrics-Sameer, MD-Anu Malik

Lyrics

hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
aah haa haa haa haa
he he he
he he
aah haa haa haa haa

tumko .
sirf tumko,
hamne chaaha
chaahat ki kasam
tum bin
agar jeena
pada hamko
mar jaayenge ham
dil hai tumhaara
dhadkan tumhaari
tere liye hai
saansen hamaari
ho
itna hai kehna
sang rehna sanam m
hey hey hey
aa ha ha ha ha
eh hey hey hey hey
aah ha ha ha ha
tumko
sirf tumko
hamne chaaha
chaahat ki kasam
tum bin
agar jeena pada hamko
mar jaayenge ham
dil hai tumhaara
dhadkan tumhaari,
tere liye hai saansen hamaari
ho o
itna hai kehna,
sang rehna sanam m
hey hey hey
aah ha ha ha ha
hey hey hey hey hey
aah ha ha ha ha

phaagun ke khili khili dhoop ke
aashiq hain ham toh tere roop ke
phaagun ki khili khili dhoop ke
aashiq hain ham toh tere roop ke
ho
darrte hain ham toh iss bekhudi se,
dekho na aisi deewaangi se
dil hai tumhaara,
dhadkan tumhaari,
tere liye hai saansen hamari,
ho
itna hai kehna
sang rehna sanam m
hey hey hey
aah ha ha ha ha
hey hey hey hey hey
aah ha ha ha ha

poochho toh
humein kitna pyaar hai,
har lamha
tera intezaar hai

poochho toh
humein kitana pyaar hai,
har lamha
tera intezaar hai
ho
bheeghe labon ki
shabnam chura len
aa iss ghadi mein
sab kuchh bhula den

dil hai tumhaara,
dhadkan tumhaari,
tere liye hai saansen hamaari
ho
itna hai kehna
sang rehna sanam m
hey hey hey
aah ha ha ha ha
hey hey hey hey hey
aah ha ha ha ha

tumko sirf tumko
hamne chaaha,
chaahat ki kasam
tum bin agar jeena pada hamko,
mar jaayenge ham
dil hai tumhaara,
dhadkan tumhaari,
tere liye hai saansen hamaari
ho
itna hai kehna
sang rehna sanam m
hey hey hey
aah ha ha ha ha
hey hey hey ae
aah ha ha ha ha
hey hey hey
aah ha ha ha ha


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

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4370 Post No. : 15704

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No. 39
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Today’s song is from the movie ‘Joru Ka Ghulaam’ a movie released in 2000. By the standards of the blog it is ‘new’ movie, but if we think about it dispassionately, 2000 was 20 years ago, and so this movie is already twenty years old by now. That is how time flies!!

The name ‘Joru Ka Ghulaam’ will also remind readers of the Rajesh Khanna movie of the same name that was released in 1972. That movie was considered to be unsuccessful at the box office at that time, but now some online sites (perhaps run by people who were not born by 1972) claim that it was a ‘hit’ movie. This movie of 1972 had some nice songs in it. Nainon mein nindiyaa hai was my most favorite song from this movie. All songs of this movie have already been covered in the blog.

Ten years ago on 05.07.2010, three songs were covered on the blog including one song each from “Joru Ka Ghulam”(1972) and “Joru Ka Ghulaam”(2000).

Song Movie title-Year Remarks
Main joru ka ghulaam banke rahoongaa Joru Ka Ghulaam-2000 01 song posted
Aayiye aapko main apne bangley ki sair karaaun Joru Ka Ghulaam-1972 All songs covered
Ek samay par do barsaaten Jhoola-1962 All songs covered

We can see that a good ‘variety’ of songs was presented on this day ten years ago. 🙂

‘Joru Ka Ghulaam-2000’ was directed by Shakeel Noorani for Noorani Film Corporation’. He was also the producer of this movie. Shadab Noorani was the executive producer of this movie and Nilesh Ronghe was the chief assistant director.

The movie had Govinda, Twinkle Khanna, Kader Khan, Ashok Saraf, Ashish Vidyarthi, Ali Asgar and Johny Lever, supported by Razak Khan, Sonu Sagar, Rushika, Rajashree, Ghansyam, Moses, Rakhi Sawant, Bobby Vatsa and many others.

Story and screenplay of this movie was written by Ikram Akhtar. Whereas the dialogues of this movie were written by Tanveer Khan. Editing was done by Sudhir Verma. Ganesh Acharya was the choreographer for this movie. Dinesh Telkar was the cinematographer.

Sameer was the lyricist for the songs of this movie and Aadesh Shrivastava was the music director.

So far only one song from this movie has been posted on the blog and that was exactly ten years ago on 05.07.2010.

Song Posted On
Main joru ka ghulaam banke rahoongaa 05.07.2010

Today’s song is another typical Govinda type dance song, but then it had the special music of Aadesh Shrivastava who has given some special rhythms of ‘Bhojpuri’ folk and had created many songs in his own style which always give a fresh mood to the listeners to enjoy.

Coming back to today’s song the song is picturised on Govinda, Johny Lever and others. (I am not aware of the female artist in the song).
Sonu Nigam and Aadesh Shrivastava are the singers of this song. Lyrics are by Sameer.

I had never watched this movie but remember this song and it also reminds of the ‘neeche paan ki dukaan, upar gori ka makaan’ scene of Amitabh and Shashi Kapoor from ‘Silsilaa-1981’, where both of them are in drunken state and wandering on streets. 🙂 I hope my recollection is correct.

So, here is one more Govinda songs after ‘Raja Babu-1994’ under the ‘ten-year challenge series. One can guess that the blog and our editor was suitably impressed by Govinda movies ten years ago which saw song from these Govinda movies being discussed, despite these movies being recent movies by the standards of the blog. 🙂

Let us now enjoy today’s song ….

Video

Audio

Song-Neeche phoolon ki dukaan upar gori ka makaan(Joru Ka Ghulaam)(2000) Singers-Sonu Nigam, Aadesh Shrivastva, Lyrics-Sameer, MD-Aadesh Shrivastava
Unknown female voice
Chorus

Lyrics

ghodi chadhke ae
baandh ke sehraa aa aa aa
uske ghar main jaaungaa aa
sach kehtaa hoon oon oon
raam qasam
main joru usey banaaungaa aa
ahaa aa re
aa re
aa re ae
ahaa aa re
aa re
aa re ae

ho neeche phoolon ki dukaan
upar gori ka makaan
aha aa aare
aa re
aa re ae
aha aa aare
aa re
aa re ae

ho neeche phoolon ki dukaan
upar gori ka makaan
jab wo chaubaare se dekhe ae
aaye hai ha ha ha
ho jab wo chaubaare se dekhe
mera dil ho beimaan
aha aa re
aa re
aa re ae
aha aa re
aa re
aa re ae

ho neeche phoolon ki dukaan
upar gori ka makaan

(undeciphered words)

matak matak chaley
aise chhukariya
arey baap re baap
sarak sarak jaaye
tan se chunariyaa
sar sar sar sar
sar sar sar sar

hoye ae matak matak chaley
aise ae chhukariya
sarak sarak jaaye
tan se chunariyaa
laale laal honthhwaa se ae
laale laal honthhwaa se
barsaaye muskaan
aha aa re
aa re
aa re ae
aha aa re
aa re
aa re ae

ho neeche phoolon ki dukaan
upar gori ka makaan
aha aa re
aa re
aa re ae
aha aa re
aa re
aa re ae

(undeciphered words)

kaali kaali matwaali
ankhiyon se maare ae
arey maar daalaa re
meethhi meethhi bholi bhaali
batiyon se maare ae ae
haiyya hurrrr
hoye kaali kaali matwaali
ankhiyon se maare ae
meethhi meethhi bholi bhaali
batiyon se maare ae ae
solah saal ki jawaani ee
solah saal ki jawaani
le le le le meri jaan
aha aa re
aa re
aa re ae
aha aa re
aa re
aa re ae

neeche phoolon ki dukaan
upar gori ka makaan
aha aa re
aa re
aa re ae
aha aa re
aa re
aa re ae

ho neeche phoolon ki dukaan
upar gori ka makaan
jab wo chaubaare se dekhe ae
ae
ae
haay hai ae ae
jab wo chaubaare se dekhe ae
mera dil ho beimaan
aha aa re
aa re
aa re ae
aha aa re
aa re
aa re ae

aha aa re
aa re
aa re ae
aha aa re
aa re
aa re ae

(aaja natkhata baarahon saal
arre natkhata baarahon saal
)

aha aa re
aa re
aa re ae
aha aa re
aa re
aa re ae

aha aa re
aa re
aa re ae
aha aa re
aa re
aa re ae


This article is written by Peevesie’s Mom, 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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4318

Hullo Atuldom

In one of his recent posts our Avinash ji has suggested that there should be a category of posts – ‘Post inspired by fellow Atulite’ or ‘Post inspired by Atulite WA group chat’. I would like to borrow a phrase from Sudhir ji ‘thank you for the nudge’ and direct it towards Avinash ji. If not for Avinash ji I would have written this post a month later. Don’t know how I mixed up dates. And there have been posts wherein Atul ji has credited me with being good at remembering dates. It is not so Atul ji, calendars also need reminders.

I am 100% sure that the followers of this blog and non-followers too will be aware of a movie that released in the 70s. 1975 to be exact. It went by the name ‘Sholay’. It was a multi-star-cast movie that ran for years in a single cinema hall in Mumbai. This blog has already covered each and every song possible from that movie with detailed posts accompanying them. I am sure, the readers are wondering, why I am revisiting the movie then? Well ‘Sholay’ is something like an ‘Amar Akbar Anthony’ (1977) or any other formula movie. ‘AAA’ had a lost-and-found formula which was repeated in many movies after it. ‘AAA’ itself was a copy of numerous movies preceding it with the lost-and-found theme. It can be safely said that Indian movies thrive as much on the stories of the Ramayan and Mahabharata as they do on the lost-and-found theme.

So, where does ‘Sholay’ fit, in the scheme of things? Well, the ‘Thakur-Dacoit-Hired help’ formula has been repeated in a few movies too. Personally I have seen three movies on that story-line, there may be more. Two of them had a female for Thakur. That is, someone out to avenge the injustice meted out to her assisted by guys – ladies were SUPPOSED to be naajuk, bebas, etc. and a widow to add masala to the story. I am sure a woman of the new millennium will protest at the description of bebas, naajuk – even I will protest. There were Basanti and Radha as love interests in ‘Sholay’ – all the remakes also had ladies to distract the Veeru and Jai of the remakes.

Yesterday I saw ‘Army’ which had released on 28th June 1996 i.e. exactly 8 days short of 24 years ago. It was directed by Raam Shetty, produced by Nitin Manmohan and Mukul Anand and had music by Anand Milind. This is one of the ‘Sholay’ remakes that I spoke of in the previous paragraph. It has Sridevi playing a pregnant widow out to avenge her husband’s death for which she takes the help of five prisoners who are on the death-row. I hope the ‘Sholay’-connect has been explained. Explaining further- there it is two prisoners, here it is five. There the prisoners escape hoodwinking the ‘Angrezon ke zaamane ka Jailor‘; here Sridevi helps the prisoners get out of prison using sleep-inducing sweets. In ‘Sholay’; the thakur’s house was on a hillock overlooking the village, even that was replicated in ‘Army’. The prisoner’s are holed up in a secluded house that overlooks the area adjoining the palace of Sridevi’s tormentor. This was then the background of the movie from which I am presenting a song to our today’s birthday boy.

Coming back to the thoughts expressed in the opening paragraph, I asked Avinash ji if he was aware of the favourites of our today’s birthday boy. Favourite actor, singer, music director etc. Both of us thought hard and found that we don’t know much about his favourites but he knows all of us fairly well. What I do know, he has a ‘more than’ good knowledge about cricket and movies. He loves his pets and they are the family that live with him as his wife is working in a different town and daughter is a student elsewhere. Of late I have discovered that he has a love for the progresses that the country has made in the various sectors post the ’98 Pokharan tests. He is proud to be employed in the biggest service provider of the nation.

In addition to all that he has a unique sense of humor, which surfaces often on the blog in his posts and is given the title “Atulism” by our very own Rajaji.

Its is the birthday of the brain behind this blog, our Ranchiwala Gaanewala (Sudhir ji’s title for him). Wish you a very Happy Birthday Atul ji from your Army of contributors. We wish you all the best with lots of fun and music.

Today’s song is a lively song where the prisoners are having a party-like song and dance before escaping from the prison. It is sung by Alka Yagnik, Abhijeet and Vinod rathod. The two male singers are playback for Ravi Kishan. Ronit Roy, Sudesh Berry, Mohnish Behl and Harish who feed the jailor Kiran Kumar a laddo during the song and the favour is returned by the jailor. So when the song ends the rest of Sridevi’s Army have to bodily carry him out of the prison. It was an entertaining movie but becomes too violent towards the end. Whatever gory violence was snipped out of ‘Sholay’ found itself here.

Once again wishing our leader Atul ji a very Happy Birthday

Song – De Taali, De De De De Taali  (Army) (1996) Singer – Alka Yagnik, Abhijeet, Vinod Rathod, Lyrics – Sameer, MD – Anand Milind
Chorus

Lyrics 

hae haa ho
hae haa ho
hae haa ho
hae haa ho
hae haa ho
hae haa ho
hae haa ho

chaudi chaudi sadak nahin
koi tadak ya bhadak nahin
oonche oonche ghar nahin
lafda jhagda darr nahin
shor sharabaa yahaan nahin
khoon kharaba yahaan nahin
kehne wale jail kahein
par yahaan badi khush haali
de taali de de de de taali
de taali de de de de taali

chaudi chaudi sadak nahin
koi tadak ya bhadak nahin
oonche oonche ghar nahin
lafda jhagda darr nahin
shor sharaba yahan nahin
khoon kharaba yahan nahin
kehne wale jail kahein
par yahan badi khush haali
de taali de de de de taali
de taali de de de de taali

aaaa aaaa aaaa

hansi udaaye yaar hamaari
baat koi na maane
hum kaise andar aayein hain
koi bhi na jaane
baahar jeena hai to yaaro paisa chaahiye
khaana peena hai to yaaro paisa chaahiye
naukri maangoon to sarkaar paisa maange
khaali ghoomoon to dost yaar paisa maange
taxi chalaoon hawaldaar paisa maange
ghar jo jaoon to parivaar paisa maange
kisi bank mein mera koi khata nahin
koi fokat mein khaana khilaata nahin
apna to yeh kehna hai
humko andar rehna hai
apna toh yeh kehna hai
humko andar rehna hai
yahan toh apni zindagi hai tension se khaali
de taali de de de de taali
de taali de de de de taali
hae haa ho
hae haa ho

bina degree ke kaam yahaan sab ko mile
kaam karte hi daam yahaan sab ko mile
yahaan time se roti sab ko mile
dal chaawal boti sab ko mile
bina bhaade ke kholi sab ko mile
arre yaar humjoli sab ko mile

haan haa haa haaa
hoo hoo oo
aaj ka din bhi achha din hai
sundar bada muhoorat hai
tum jaise logon ki pyaare
baahar bahut zaroorat hai
baahar jao
jaa ke duniya walon ko samjhao
subah shaam marne waalon ko tum jeena sikhlaao
jo bhi baahar jayega woh jeevan bhar pachhtayega
jo bhi baahar jaayega
woh jeevan bhar pachhtayega
baahar jaake milegi humko nafrat gurbat gaali
de taali de de de de taali
de taali de de de de taali

chaudi chaudi sadak nahin
koi tadak ya bhadak nahin
oonche oonche ghar nahin
lafda jhagda darr nahin
shor sharaba yahaan nahin
khoon kharaba yahaan nahin
kehne wale jail kahein
par yahaan badi khush haali
de taali de de de de taali
de taali de de de de taali
hae haa ho
hae haa ho
hae haa ho
hae haa ho


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Blog Day :

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Today (4 may 2020) is a day when no notable HFM personality was born. But on this day, one person totally unconnected with HFM was born in a far away land 365 years ago. He would invent a musical instrument that has played a vital role in the development of HFM. Movies of 1950s and 1960s were not complete if this instrument did not appear in at least in one song. In one movie, this instrument has even appeared in four songs !

The instrument that we are talking about is Piano. It was invented in 1709 by Bartolomeo Cristofori di Francesco(4 May 1655 – 27 January 1731), was an Italian maker of musical instruments.

Nine of his pianos still survive. Three of them are preserved in three museums, one in New York (Metropolitan Museum), Rome (Museo Nazionale degli Strumenti Musicali) and Leipzig university( Museum of musical instruments)

Hindi movies have had hundred on Piano songs in it. This blog has as many as 147 Piano songs. The earliest is from 1938. Pianon songs came into their own in HFM from late 1940s and ruled the roost in HFm till late 1970s. After that, Piano songs became few and far between. Pianos, which depicted class and prosperity of the character playing it in those days. From 1970s onwards, actors started sporting guitar instead. Guitar may have looked jazzy and spectacular, but it disd not have the old world charm of a Piano.

Most Piano songs of note (pun unintended) have already been covered in the blog.

When I searched for Piano songs on internet, I came across a few writeups, that discussed well known Piano songs. All of them have already been covered in the blog. When I went through one of these writeups (posted on 5 october 2016), I found the description of these songs familiar. I realised that the description was very much mine ! When I checked up these songs in the blog, I realised that this article had copied and pasted contents of the writeup of Piano songs in the blog ! For instance, my description of “Bhaabhi”(1938) Piano song goes like

This song is picturised as a piano song. P Jairaj is playing the piano and this song is sung by Renuka Devi. Her father V H Desai looks on and later the villain Rama Sukul too comes in and watches her sing with disapproval.

You will find this description faithfully copied and pasted in that article.

My description of “Andaaz”(1949) piano song, “hum aaj kahin dil kho baithe”, was

Dilip Kumar sits at the piano at night and sings this song. And Nargis arrives with her pet dog and watches Dilip Kumar sing the song, clutching her dog like a pillow.

This description is faithfully copied and pasted in that writeup.

Like this, all the 25 Piano songs described there copies contents from this blog, without giving credit. How very cheap of this so called blogger. I have posted a comment in that blog which is unlikely to see the light of the day, of course.

Coming to Piano songs, I quickly realised that these songs had gone the way of qawwaali songs, cabarat songs etc- viz they had vanished as the golden era of HFM drew to a close.

One can still find a few piano songs here and there, but these songs are nowhere near the same class of Piano songs that were created during the golden era of HFM.

After some frenetic search, I have been able to locate one as yet unrepresented Piano song. It is from a “recent” movie. Even the movie, a musical blockbuster, is not yet represented in the blog.

Today, on the occasion of the birth anniversary of the man who gave us Piano, here is a piano song from “Saajan”(1991). Yes, this movie, the biggest box office hit of the year 1991 was not there in the blog till now. This movie, which was produced by K C Bokadia and directed by Lawrence Desouza had Sanjay Dutt, Madhuri Dixit, Salman Khan, Kader Khan, Reema Laagoo, Laxmikant Berde, Ekta Sohini, Anjana Mumtaz, Dinesh Hingoo, Yunus Parvez, Raju Shreshtha, Tej Sapru, Vikas Anand etc in it.

I had fond memories of watching this movie in Vadodara in 1991, where I was attending a course those days.

The movie had ten songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Saajan”(1991) to appear in the blog. This song has male and female solo versions sung by S P Balasubhramanyam and Alka Yagnik respectively. Sameer is the lyricist. Music is composed by Nadeem Shrawan.

It is the female version, picturised on stage, with Madhuri Dixit near a piano, that makes this song a Piano song. Unlike Piano songs of yore, some sort of mist engulfs her and the piano. I wonder what the director was trying to achieve with this kind of picturisation.

On the occasion of the birth anniversary of the creator of Piano, here is this memorable Piano song from 1991.

With this song, “Saajan”(1991) makes its debut in the blog.

Male version

Female version

Song-Bahut pyaar karte hain tumko sanam (Saajan)(1991) Singer-S P Balasubrahmaniam/ Alka Yagnik, Lyrics-Sameer, MD-Nadeem Shrawan

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Male version
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ru ru ru ru ru ru ru
ru ru ru ru ru ru ru
ru ru ru ru ru ru ru
ru ru ru ru ru ru ru

bahut pyaar karte hain tumko sanam
bahut pyaar karte hain tumko sanam
kasam chaahe le lo
kasam chaahe le lo
khuda ki kasam m m
bahut pyaar karte hain tumko sanam

humen har ghadi aarzu hai tumhaari
humen har ghadi aarzu hai tumhaari
hoti hai kaisi sanam bekaraari
milenge jo tumko to
milenge jo tumko to
bataayenge hum m m
bahut pyaar karte hain tumko sanam
bahut pyaar karte hain tumko sanam
kasam chaahe le lo
kasam chaahe le lo
khuda ki kasam
bahut pyaar karte hain tumko sanam
bahut pyaar karte hain tumko sanam

aa aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa

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Female version
————————————-
Bahut pyaar karte hain tumko sanam
bahut pyaar karte hain tumko sanam
kasam chaahe le lo o
kasam chaahe le lo
khuda ki kasam m m
bahut pyaar karte hain tumko sanam
bahut pyaar karte hain tumko sanam

hamaari ghazal hai tassawur tumhaara
hamaari ghazal hai tassawur tumhaara
tumhaare bina ab na jeena gawaara
tumhen yoonhi chaahenge
tumhen yoonhi chaahenge
jab tak hai dam m m
bahut pyaar karte hain tumko sanam
bahut pyaar karte hain tumko sanam

Saagar ki baahon mein maujen hain jitni
saagar ki baahon mein maujen hain jitni
humko bhi tumse muhabbat hai utni
ke ye bekaraari ee
ke ye bekarari na ab hogi kam m m
bahut pyaar karte hain tumko sanam
bahut pyaar karte hain tumko sanam
kasam chaahe le lo o
kasam chaahe le lo o
khuda ki kasam m m
bahut pyaar karte hain tumko sanam
bahut pyaar karte hain tumko sanam


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