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Blog Day : 3859 Post No. : 14874

“Bachpan”(1963) was produced by Mrs P N Irani and directed by Nazar for New Panchratan Pictures. The movie had Menka Irani, Salim, Daisy Irani, Jeevan, Anwar Hussain, David, Manorama, Helen, Mauji Singh, Bhudo Advani, Chanda Bai, Seema,Masood, Kabuli, Babu, Mohd.Shafi, Lala Nazir, Rafi Ajmeri, Raj Mala, Kamran etc in it.

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

The movie had four Rafi solos and two Suman Kalyanpur solos.

There was one duet song in the movie which was sung by Suman Kalyanpur and Rafi.

Here is the this duet song from “Bachpan”(1963). Hasrat Jaipuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Sardar Malik.

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

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.


Song-Tere hum o sanam (Bachpan)(1963) Singers-Suman Kalyanpur, Rafi, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Sardar Malik

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

tere hum o sanam
tu jahaan main wahaan
suraj tu jarra main
tu kahaan main kahaan

tere hum o sanam

kya khabar hai tujhe
dil tera ho gaya
pyaar ki raah mein
dil mera kho gaya
kya khabar thhi mujhe
aisa din aayega
mahal ka chaand bhi
mera ban jaayega

pyaar mein fark kya
tu jahaan dil wahaan
suraj tu jarra main
tu kahaan main kahaan

tere hum o sanam

aapki baat ka
kaise aaye yaqeen
kaise nazren uthhen
itni himmat nahin

pyaar mein ek hai
kya zameen kya gagan
kaun kya hai yahaan
main na jaanoon sajan
kya kahega jahaan
soch le meharbaan

tere hum o sanam
tu jahaan main wahaan

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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 : 3850 Post No. : 14862

I am sure, many of us have gone through this experience in our lives. Some song heard sometime, somewhere haunts you so much that you can not simply forget it. In due course of time, this disappears, but at a later time, may be after many years when you hear that song again, all your memories come back and you are lost in Nostalgia.

Same thing has happened to me about today’s song, which is from an old film Raaz-1949. It is sung by Mohd. Rafi- who was just beginning to make a mark for him in Hindi film music. When I heard this song after almost 65-70 years, all old memories flashed before my eyes.

It was early 1950 or so. Our house in Hyderabad was second in a lane. Just outside the lane, on the main road and on the opposite side, was a Hotel- Hotel Madina. This hotel was famous in our area, because the owner used to play all latest Hindi film songs on his Gramophone from 7 am to 7 pm. A reasonable crowd of music lovers sat there for hours. In fact the Hotel had become a meeting point for friends. Many ‘ latest ‘ songs were introduced to me this way. I had first heard this Rafi song from film Raaz-49 here only and I fell in love with this song. I remember, I forced my father to buy this record so that I could hear it more often.

Like many other songs, this too went at the backstage and I was swayed by some other lilting songs. That was a period when ” ek se badh kar ek ” songs were rolled out. As the time went and years passed by, I never heard this song again till last week. I was searching for some other song on You Tube, and my eyes fell on this song. Feeling something familiar, I played the song and my God !, I can not describe how many times I must have heard this song till now. I felt as if I met a long lost friend. I remembered my childhood ( I might be about 10-12 years old that time, my friends and the evenings spent clustering near that hotel, so that we could hear the songs.
Now all facilities are available at beck and call, but where are those days, those friends and those songs ?

Coming to today’s film Raaz-49, as many as 6 films with same title are made so far, add to that a few more with the word Raaz in its titles. This film was produced by Neelkamal Kalamandir and was directed by Emmanuel. The 10 songs written by Mirazi and Gulzar Nadeem were composed by the talented but unlucky Sardar Malik (HFGK mentions his name as Malik Sardar). For 10 songs 7 singers were used. One song from this film is already discussed here. I have noticed a peculiar thing about this film and that is, that for its director Emmanuel, Lyricist Mirazi and one singer Shaila, this was the only film they contributed.

The Hero of the film was Mohan Sehgal. Born in Jallundhar, Punjab, on 1-12-1921, Mohan came to to the films to become an actor-preferably a Hero. He acted in 7 films- Neecha Nagar and Chalis Karod in 1946,Phool aur kante-48, Raaz-49, Afsar-50, Humsafar-53 and Suhana Geet-63. But he was known more as a Producer/Director. He directed 18 films- from Aulad-54 to Kasam suhag ki-89. Some of his well known films were, New Delhi-56,Kanyadan-63, Sawan Bhadon-70, and Raja Jaani-72. His favourite actors were Kishore kumar, Dharmendra, Rekha and Hema Malini as well as Navin Nischol. Mohan Sehgal died on 19-10-2005 in Mumbai.

In this film there are two names which are not well known to many. One of them was Maya Devi. Maya Devi was from Bombay and started her career from silent films in 1928 with Anarkali by imperial. Her first Talkie film was Kunwari ya widhva-35. Her real name was Leela. She became a favourite of Bombay Talkies and she did 6 films with them in 37 and 38. In all she did 5 silent films and 31 Talkie films till 1949. Her last film in India was Raaz-49. She got married with a Muslim and then migrated to Pakistan, where she did 19 films and then retired in 1964. Her first film in Pakistan was Phere-1949. She died in Lahore on 1-2-67. She did films in Gujarati and Punjabi also.

The second name is S.B.Nayampalli, who was a popular Villain in his films. S.B.Nayampalli was born in south Karnataka. In 1915,his family shifted to Bombay. His personality was imposing with fair colour, six feet height and solid physique. Due to father’s death, he did a job in P and T department, but soon he left it and joined as a clerk in Killick Nixon company. He was a commerce graduate and was fond of playing Cricket, representing his company at Club cricket championships.

S.B. Nayampally (or Nayampalli) was working at the firm of Killick, Nixon and Company when he was discovered by film director P.Y. Altekar at a gym where Nayampally regularly exercised. Altekar felt that Nayampally very much resembled the famous French boxer Georges Carpenter and would be perfect for the stunt films that had become popular at the time. At Altekar’s urging, Nayampally joined Imperial Studios and was quickly cast in his first film, Wedding Night(1929), opposite the popular actress Jilloo. When he arrived at Imperial to begin his first day of filming he was amused to find that the building now used for the studio had formerly housed the school he’d attended as a child.“Wedding Night was a stunt film of the Robin Hood type,” Nayampally explained in a 1964 interview. “It had a little more of a plot to it than many films of the same class. My next film, Hell’s Paradise (1929), I remember for three reasons. One, it was based on a real-life episode involving an Indian prince and a foreign girl, described as an adventuress. Two, Mama Warerekar, the noted writer, did the story. Three, the film had a kissing scene, probably the first ever in an Indian film.”

Nayampalli was cast in Imperial’s Noorjehan (1931), which was initially to be a silent picture, but because of the success of their film Alam Ara (1931), which was India’s first talkie, the studio decided to make Noorjehan partly with sound. Nayampally was not originally cast in Noorjehan, but a chance meeting with the film’s director, Ezra Mir, got him the role of Prince Salim in the film.Nayampally then played Karna in Imperial’s next sound film, the mythological Draupadi (1931), but the actor considered his best mythological role to be that of the wily Shakuni in Mahatma Vidur (1943), a part that was appreciated by critics and the public, alike.

As sound films came in, silent actors were being discarded in favor of those with stage backgrounds and could not sing, so Nayampalli joined the Grant Anderson Theatrical Company which specialized in Shakespearean plays. After gaining some experience he tried to rejoin films, but without much luck. His previous roles had been leads, so he decided if he wanted to work regularly, maybe he should take a different approach and he offered himself up for character parts.His break came in the role of a hunchback in love with the heroine in Ezra Mir’s Zarina which starred Jal Merchant and Zubeida. The dentures he wore for the role were created specially by a dentist named Jimmy Gheista who had trained abroad with the dentist who had made similar dentures for Lon Chaney.

Nayampally had learned early on how to apply make-up for his roles and, in fact, he became so good at it he eventually came to specialize in horror make-up, which earned him the nickname “The Indian Lon Chaney.” Indeed, Chaney, Erich von Stroheim, Emil Jannings, and John Barrymore were the actors that Nayampally most tried to emulate. Boris Karloff was another of his role models. He was able to put his make-up expertise to good use for the film Sair-e-Paristan (1934), where he was a vampire-like devil, and in Zingaro(1935), in which he played a monster created by a mad scientist, and then as a the hairy “missing link” in Zambo (1937) and its sequel Zambo Ka Beta (1938). For Kalkoot (1935) he created a make-up to resemble the wrinkled effect that Karloff had used in The Mummy(1932).

Nayampally continued working in films throughout the 1940s and 50s, particularly in mythologicals and costume pictures including Raj Nartaki (1941), Nagad Narayan (1943), Vishwas 1943), Taramati(1945), Urvashi (1946), Jhansi-Ki-Rani (1953), Durgesh Nandini (1956), Basant Bahar (1956) and Shiv Parvati (1962) His last credited film appearance was in 1970’s Priya.

After the career in films ended, he started making Documentaries. He made about 35 documentaries. He won ‘ Silver Dolphin’ award for his documentary in the International Film Festival at Teheran in 1970.

He died on 7-5-1994, in Mumbai.

Sardar Malik today is a lesser known composer compared to other giants of the film industry, but he has created some golden melodies.

Born on 13-1- 1925, Sardar Malik had learned classical music from Ustad Alauddin Khan. He also learned a variety of dancing skills from Pt.Uday Shankar. Some other stars like Guru Dutt and Mohan Sehgal too were part of the troop under Pt. Uday Shankar, same time.

Sardar Malik got his break as a Music Director in a movie called ‘Renuka’ which released in 1947. Sardar Malik also sang 4 songs in this movie – 2 solo songs and also 2 duets with Zohrabai. But the movie was not a big success and he remained unrecognized. In the same year, he also composed music for a movie ‘Rain Basera’, but that movie too was not successful. In 1949, only one movie released of Sardar Malik and that was ‘Raaz’. The movie had some wonderful numbers from Rafi, Amirbai and Binapani Mukherjee.

In 1951, Sardar Malik shared the credits with Husnalal Bhagatram and composed a few songs for a movie ‘Stage’, which had lovely numbers sung by Asha Bhosle like ‘Dil Machalne Laga’. Asha Bhosle had excellent control in her voice in the early 50s and her association with Sardar Malik was very special in this era when Lata and Geeta Dutt were at the top.

His next movie was ‘Laila Majnu’ which was a huge success. Sardar Malik composed only 3 songs for this movie ‘Baharon Ki Duniya Pukare’, ‘Tere Dar Pe Aaya Hoon’ and ‘Dekh Li Ae Ishq’. All the other songs were composed by Ghulam Mohammed but the songs showed his versatility and he gained recognition in the film industry. Thokar (1953) established Sardar Malik as a successful composer. Songs like ‘Ae Gham-e-Dil Kya Karoon’ by Talat and Asha Bhosle and ‘Hawa Ghungunayee Fiza Muskayee’ are evergreen numbers.

‘Aulad’ (1954) showed Sardar Malik’s overall class through his magical compositions. This movie had some great numbers like ‘Duniya Tasveer Ha’i (Talat Mahmood) and ‘Tum Salamat Raho Hazar Baras’ (Asha). The same year saw the release of ‘Chor Bazar’ (1954), which had some of the best songs rendered by Lata Mangeshkar. She sang 3 beautiful songs in this movie ‘Chalta Rahe Yeh Karvan’, ‘Huyi Yeh Humse Yeh Nadani’ and ‘Dar Dar Ki Thokrein Hain’.

In the mid-50’s Sardar Malik composed music for few movies like Ab-e-Hayat-55, Taxi-555-58, Chamak Chandni-57 and Maa Ke Aansoo-59. All these movies had some nice songs. If we observe the decade of 50s, Asha Bhosle, Talat Mahmood and Rafi sang some of the best songs of Sardar Malik.

The decade of 60’s saw the release of ‘Saranga’ (1960), which can be considered as one of the best movies of Indian Cinema. The title song of the movie sung by Mukesh and the sad version of the same sung by Rafi is still as popular as it was 60 yrs ago. Many veteran music composers consider this movie as the best movie composed by Sardar Malik ever. The same year saw the release of ‘Mera Ghar Mere Bachche’ which contained some great songs sung by Mukesh, my favorite song being the duet of Mukesh with Suman Kalyanpur ‘Baharon Se Poochho’.

Sardar Malik remained active in the first half of the 1960s and composed some outstanding music for second rung movies like Madan Manjari, Bachpan, Pick Pocket, Naag Mohini, Jantar Mantar, Maharani Padmini, Roop Sundari and Main Hoon Jadugar. It was destiny that most of the films he composed for were not box-office successes, but he never compromised on the quality of his music. His career appears to come to an abrupt halt in the mid-60s. The last movie of Sardar Malik was Gynaaniji which released in 1977. This movie had songs sung by Rafi, Asha, Jaspal Singh and Jagat Singh Jagga.

Sardar Malik had huge knowledge on all forms of Indian Music. He always depended on light background orchestration in many of his songs. He made the use of accordion and flute in many of his songs. As he was classically trained, he had excellent knowledge on various raagas too.

Married to noted lyricist Hasrat Jaipuri’s sister, Kausar Jahan (Bilqis), Sardar Malik had three sons – Anu, Abu and Dabbu Malik. Thanks to his father’s blessings, Anu Malik met with a lot of success in the 1990s and 2000s.

Sardar Malik passed away on January 27th 2006, but the legacy he has left behind will always remain with us.

Today’s song is a mesmerising song and i believe, this song has inspired a few songs in Hindi films, in later years. Enjoy….

( Thanks for some information used herein from Beete kal ke sitare by S. Tamrakar, apnaarchieve, Mike Barnum blog, pakmag.com, Filmdom-46 and HFGK along with my notes.)


Song-Samay ka chakkar sau bal khaaye (Raaz)(1949) Singer-Mohd. Rafi, Lyrics- Mirazi, MD- Sardar Malik

Lyrics

samay ka chakkar sau bal khaaye ae
sau bal khaaye
aage jaa kar laut na paaye ae
ghoom ghoom kar badhta jaaye
ghoom ghoom kar badhta jaaye
peechhe sab sansaar
peechhe sab sansaar
bolo
o bolo
chakkoo chhuri dhaar
bolo
chakkoo chhuri dhaar

dhaar bane aur chakkar ghoome
phoot ke har chingaari jhoome ae
dhaar bane aur chakkar ghoome
phoot ke har chingaari jhoome
dekho is ki jyot mein chamke
jag jeewan ka pyaar
jag jeewan ka pyaar
bolo
ho bolo
chakkoo chhuri dhaar
chakkoo chhuri dhaar

baalak samjhe ise khilauna
ye zehri talwaar
baalak samjhe ise khilauna
ye zehri talwaar
moorakh isko haath lagaaye
kar de maaraamaar
kar de maaraamaar

jag mein jeet usi ki pyaare ae
jag mein jeet usi ki pyaare
jiske dil mein pyaar
jiske dil mein pyaar
bolo
ho bolo
chakkoo chhuri dhaar
chakkoo chhuri dhaar

dharti badle roop anjaane
aasmaan aisi reet na jaane ae
dharti badle roop anjaane
aasmaan aisi reet na jaane ae
jab tak apne saath jawaani ee
man dekhe sapne manmaane
jeewan poorampaar
bolo
ho bolo
chakkoo chhuri dhaar
chakkoo chhuri dhaar


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Blog Day : 3624 Post No. : 14444

“Aulaad”(1954) was produced by Kuldeep Sahgal and directed by Mohan Saigal for Kuldeep Pictures, Bombay. This “social” movie had Nirupa Roy, Balraj Sahni, Usha Kiran, Arun, Prabhu, Ramesh Kapoor, Lalita Kumari, Radhakishan etc in it.

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

Here is the second song from “Aulaad”(1954) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Shamshad Begam and Mubarak Begam. Vishwamitra Adil is the lyricist. Music is composed by Sardar Malik.

Only the audio of this song is available. The song itself is an obscure and rare song. It is a light hearted song. From the sounds of it, the song is about two kids finding themselves alone in their home and they decide to play the game of “school school”. 🙂

It is the first and only duet sung by the pair of Shamshad Begam and Mubarak Begam as far as I can remember. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of this song.

The lyrics are quite interesting but I have failed to note down the full lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable in the song.


Song-Aaj gharwaale ghar nahin bhaiyya (Aulaad)(1954) Singer-Shamshad Begam, Mubarak Begam, Lyrics-Vishwamitra Adil, MD-Sardar Malik

Lyrics

Aaj gharwaale ghar nahin bhaiyya
oy Aaj gharwaale ghar nahin bhaiyya
o tata thaiyya
o taata thaiyya
?? ka bhi dar nahin bhaiyya
?? ka jee dar nahin bhaiyya
o tata thaiyya
o taata thaiyya
tata thaiyya
tata thaiyya
tata thaiyya
Aaj gharwaale ghar nahin bhaiyya

aao band bajaaye
?? tu
aao band bajaaye
aao band bajaaye
?? tu
tum aur main
nahin I and you
tum aur main
nahin I and you
laraularalu laralu
laraularalu laralu
ukkad dukkad bamba bo
assee nabbe poora sau

baazar gayi hai maiyya
o baazar gayi hai maiyya
Aaj gharwaale ghar nahin bhaiyya
o tata thaiyya
o taata thaiyya

?? ka bhi dar nahin bhaiyya
o tata thaiyya
o taata thaiyya
tata thaiyya
tata thaiyya
taata thaiyya
Aaj gharwaale ghar nahin bhaiyya

aa tujhko padhaaun A B C D
Cat maane chooha
Rat maane chooha
galat galat
chal kaan pakad
chal naak ragad
haay teacher jee badi bhool huyi
peetoon one chal
murga ban chal
murga ban
kukdu kukad koon
kukdu koon
tu kaanon mein ??
haay daiyya
haay daiyya
haay daiyya
Aaj gharwaale ghar nahin bhaiyya
o Aaj gharwaale ghar nahin bhaiyya
o tata thaiyya
o taata thaiyya
tumhe ?? ka bhi dar nahin bhaiyya
tumhe ?? ka bhi dar nahin bhaiyya
o tata thaiyya
o taata thaiyya
tata thaiyya
taata thaiyya
taata thaiyya


This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day : 3615 Post No. : 14415

Mohammed Rafi – Duets – ‘अ’  से  ‘ह’ तक  (From ‘अ’ to ‘ह’) – 13
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‘छ’ – छैल छबीला रंग रंगीला कौन नगर से आया ॰ ॰ ॰

मैं गाउँ तुम सो जाओ ॰ ॰ ॰

Your soothing voice is enough to bring a gentle peace to any restless mind. Yes, you would sing and calmness would descend, settling the perturbations of the mind. There was this promise of some divine massage that would heal the disturbances. Alas, just the recordings remain. . . a poor semblance of the real.

‘Madan Manjari’ from 1961 is promising treasure of wonderful music that came from the mind of Sardar Malik. Three gems of this film are already showcased here on our blog. Today, I bring on this fourth treasure, as the next episode in this series of duets of Rafi Sb.

This is a stunt film directed by Jasubhai Trivedi for the banner of Mukund Pictures of Bombay. All eight songs of this film are written by Hasrat Jaipuri, and are tuned to music by Sardar Malik. The cast of actors is listed as Nalini Chonkar, Manhar Desai, Kammo, Sundar, BM Vyas, Naseem, Tuntun, Shekhar Purohit, Meena, Amarjeet, Ajeet, Anil Kumar, CL Singh, Anwari, Premi, BR Ramchandran, Premlata, Champaklala, and Niranjan Sharma etc.

The voice accompanying Rafi Sb is Kamal Barot. Quite a coincidence that the same pair of voices is also present in the previous song posted (part of the Missing 1960s series). The presentation of this song is very fast paced, and the somewhat less than perfect quality of the sound recording of this presentation, makes it sound somewhat higher pitched than expected.

But a lovely song nonetheless. Enjoy.

Song – Chhail Chhabeela Rang Rangeela Kaun Nagar Se Aaya (Madan Manjari) (1961) Singer – Kamal Barot, Mohammed Rafi, Lyrics – Hasrat Jaipuri, MD – Sardar Malik

Lyrics

chhail chhabeela rang rangeela
kaun nagar se aaya
oye baanki haseena
dil ka nagina
tere liye main laaya
arr rr rr rr jhooth hai allah
arr rr rr rr sach hai vallah
arr rr rr rr jhooth hai allah
arr rr rr rr sach hai vallah
chhail chhabeela rang rangeela
kaun nagar se aaya
haaye baanki haseena
dil ka nagina
tere liye main laaya
arr rr rr rr jhooth hai allah
arr rr rr rr sach hai vallah..aah

dil ke saudaagar laakhon dekhe
pyaar hai heera jaane na koi
pyaar hai heera jaane na koi
pyaar ki keemat hum se poochho..oo..oo
saari umariya pyaar mein khoi
saari umariya pyaar mein khoi
o mere jaana
le nazraana
pyaar ka moti laaya
arr rr rr rr jhooth hai allah
arr rr rr rr sach hai vallah
chhail chhabeela rang rangeela
kaun nagar se aaya
hoye baanki haseena
dil ka nagina
tere liye main laaya
arr rr rr rr jhooth hai allah
arr rr rr rr sach hai vallah..aah

haaye badi chalaak hai duniya
munh pe shabnam dil mein shola
munh pe shabnam dil mein shola
meri mohabbat dhokha na samjho..oo..oo
aaunga le kar pyaar ka dola
aaunga le kar pyaar ka dola
le ke chalunga
prem nagariya
tu hi mere mann bhaaya
arr rr rr rr jhooth hai allah
arr rr rr rr sach hai vallah
arr rr rr rr jhooth hai allah
arr rr rr rr sach hai vallah..aaaah

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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छैल छबीला रंग रंगीला
कौन नगर से आया
ओय बाँकी हसीना
दिल का नगीना
तेरे लिए मैं लाया
अर्र र्र र्र र्र झूठ है अल्लाह
अर्र र्र र्र र्र सच है वल्लाह
अर्र र्र र्र र्र झूठ है अल्लाह
अर्र र्र र्र र्र सच है वल्लाह
छैल छबीला रंग रंगीला
कौन नगर से आया
हाए बाँकी हसीना
दिल का नगीना
तेरे लिए मैं लाया
अर्र र्र र्र र्र झूठ है अल्लाह
अर्र र्र र्र र्र सच है वल्लाह॰॰आह

दिल के सौदागर लाखों देखे
प्यार है हीरा जाने ना कोई
प्यार है हीरा जाने ना कोई
प्यार की कीमत हमसे पूछो॰॰ओ॰॰ओ
सारी उमरिया प्यार में खोई
सारी उमरिया प्यार में खोई
ओ मेरे जाना
ले नज़राना
प्यार का मोती लाया
अर्र र्र र्र र्र झूठ है अल्लाह
अर्र र्र र्र र्र सच है वल्लाह
छैल छबीला रंग रंगीला
कौन नगर से आया
होय बाँकी हसीना
दिल का नगीना
तेरे लिए मैं लाया
अर्र र्र र्र र्र झूठ है अल्लाह
अर्र र्र र्र र्र सच है वल्लाह॰॰आह

हाए बड़ी चालाक है दुनिया
मुंह पे शबनम दिल में शोला
मुंह पे शबनम दिल में शोला
मेरी मोहब्बत धोखा ना समझो॰॰ओ॰॰ओ
आऊँगा ले कर प्यार का डोला
आऊँगा ले कर प्यार का डोला
लेके चलूँगा
प्रेम नगरिया
तू ही मेरे मन भाया
अर्र र्र र्र र्र झूठ है अल्लाह
अर्र र्र र्र र्र सच है वल्लाह
अर्र र्र र्र र्र झूठ है अल्लाह
अर्र र्र र्र र्र सच है वल्लाह॰॰आह

 


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Blog Day : 3601 Post No. : 14373

“Naag Jyoti” (1963) was directed by Shantilal Soni for Swastik Films Production, Bombay. This mythological movie had Mahipal, Anita Guha, Sunder, Ratnamala, Rajen Haksar, Khurshid etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. One song from the movie has been covered in the past.

Here is the second song from “Naag Jyoti” (1963) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Rafi and Asha Bhonsle. Bharat Vyas is the lyricist. Music is composed by Sardar Malik. Sardar Malik last appeared in the blog on blog day number 3302 (date 2 august 2017). So he appears in the blog again on day number 3601, viz. after the passage of 299 days. 🙂

For statistically minded music lovers, this “tall promise” song (tera mera pyaar amar hoga) is the 501st Rafi-Asha Bhonsle duet in the blog.


Song-Maana tum na rahoge maana ham na rahenge(Naag Jyoti)(1963) Singers-Rafi, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-Sardar Malik
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Lyrics

maana tum na rahoge
maana hum na rahenge
maana tum na rahoge
maana hum na rahenge
par tera mera pyaar amar hoga
ho gori tera mera pyaar amar hoga
maana tum na rahoge
mana hum na rahenge
maana tum na rahoge
maana hum na rahenge
par tera mera pyaar amar hoga
ho sainya tera mera pyaar amar hoga

neel gagan ki chhaanv tale
neel gagan ki chhaanv tale ae
koi na apna pyaar chhale

ho o
kaanton mein apni preet pale
aandhi pe apna deep jale
aandhi pe apna deep jale
maana tum na rahoge
maana hum na rahenge
maana tum na rahoge
maana hum na rahenge
par tera mera pyaar amar hoga
par tera mera pyaar amar hoga

chaahe jo len hum laakhon janam
chaahe jo len hum laakhon janam
phir bhi na bichhden teri kasam

o
laakhon zulm ho laakhon sitam
pyaar hamaara hoga na kam
pyaar hamaara hoga na kam
maana tum na rahoge
maana hum na rahenge
maana tum na rahoge
maana hum na rahenge
par tera mera pyaar amar hoga
par tera mera pyar amar hoga


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“Aulaad” (1954) was directed by Mohan Segal for Kuldip Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Balraj Sahni, Usha Kiran, Nirupa Roy, Radhakrishan, Lalita Kumari, Ramesh Kapoor, Prabhu Dayal etc in it.
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Today, I am presenting a duet song “Zulm Bhi Karten Hain Aur Kehten Hain Fariyaad Na Kar” sung by Suman Kalyanpur and Mohammed Rafi in ‘Mera Ghar Mere Bachche’ (1960). This song has been in my radar for more than two years, to present in the blog. However, I got overtly involved with locating the rare songs from the films of 1940s and share those. During this period, I thought that Rafi fans or ‘Sureeli’ Suman Kalyanpur fans among the Atulites would post this song on the Blog. But this did not happen. So I am destined to present this song.
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“Bachpan”(1963) was produced by Mrs P N Irani and directed by Nazar for New Panchratan Pictures. The movie had Menka Irani,Salim, Daisy Irani, Jeevan, Anwar Hussain, David, Manorama, Helen, Mauji Singh, Bhudo Advani, Chanda Bai, Seema,Masood, Kabuli, Babu, Mohd.Shafi, Lala Nazir, Rafi Ajmeri, Raj Mala, Kamran etc in it.
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“Thokar”(1953) was directed by Lekhraj Bhakri for Jubilee Films Production. The movie had Shammi Kapoor, Shyama, Ravindra Kapoor, Johnny Walker, Lalita Pawar, Paro etc in it.
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“Chor Baazaar”(1954) was produced and directed by P N Arora for All India Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Sumitra Devi, Shammi Kapoor, Chitra, Kammo, Amar, Wazir Mohammad Khan, Shameem, Ram Avtar, Cuckoo, S M Abbas, Parasram, Munshi Munaqqa, Jagdish Kanwal, Sheetal, Om Prakash etc with Wasti, Randhir and Shashikala as guest artists.
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