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Posts Tagged ‘Shamshad Begam


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Blog Day : 3746 Post No. : 14706

“Shole”(1953) was directed by B R Chopra for Hira Films. The movie had Ashok Kumar, Bina Rai, Purnima, Jeevan, Mohana, Manmohan Krishna, Mirza Musharaf, Romi, Naaz, Uma Dutt etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. Three songs have been covered in the past, with the third song discussed in 2014 !

Four years later, here is the fourth song from “Shole”(1953) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Shamshad Begam. Kamil Rashid is the lyricist. Music is composed by Dhaniram.

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


Song-Ghadi ghadi bhar jiya bekaraar ho(Shole)(1953) Singer-Shamshad Begam, Lyrics-Kamil Rashid, MD-Dhaniram

Lyrics

lalalalalalaala
lalalalaa
lalalalalala

ghadi ghadi bhar aaye
jiya bekraar ho
ho jiya bekrar ho
aaja gali baalma to dil se dil ki baat ho
ghadi ghadi bhar aaye
jiya bekaraar ho
ho jiya bekraar ho
aaja gali baalma to dil se dil ki baat ho
aaja gali baalma to dil se dil ki baat ho

ho o o o
bhor suhaani
udta panchhi geet ye gaata jaaye
bhor suhaani udta panchhi geet ye gaata jaaye
dil ki duniyaa jo thhukraaye
jeena usey na aaye
ho o
o o
jeena usey na aaye
aap khilauna tode baalak
aap hi neer bahaaye
ho ho aap hi neer bahaaye
dil ka khilauna kyun toote
tujhko tera gham kyun loote
kaun kahe phir aaye na baalam taaron bhari raat ho
ho taaron bhari raat ho
aaja gali baalma to dil se dil ki baat ho
aaja gali baalma to dil se dil ki baat ho

ho o o
o o o
dil ka taraana lab par aaye
kaanpe aur rah jaaye
dil ka taraana lab par aaye
kaanpe aur rah jaaye
teri javaani man beena per geet adhhoore gaaye ho ho
ho o geet adhoore gaaye
tere dil ke darwaaje par pyaar khada pachhtaaye
ho o pyaar khada pachhtaaye
gham ko meet banaane waale o o
o o
gham ko meet banane vaale ae
pyaar ko uth kar gale laga le ae ae
kaise jiye bemaut ho baalam nainon ki barsat ho
ho nainon ki barsaat ho
aaja gali baalma to dil se dil ki baat ho
aaja gali baalma to dil se dil ki baat ho

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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 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 : 3726 Post No. : 14663

Today’s song is from film ‘Shahkaar’ (1947). Very few people must have heard about this film. That is probably because, it was made in 1947- the year of India’s partition. As the year 1947 began, news was circulating about the partition. Like many other industries, film industry was also worried. There was an air of uncertainty. Who will stay and who will migrate was hotly debated in the privacy of homes, studios and clubs. People looked at each others with suspicion. Muslims were worried about their safety in India, in spite of the assurances by Gandhi and Nehru.

Crores of rupees were invested in films. After the second world war started in 1939, lot of Black money was generated and much of it came to film industry. Investors, financiers and producers were worried about half made films. Everybody seemed to be in a hurry to finish his assignment on hand. Due to this the quantity of films increased, sadly at the cost of quality. 1947 saw a record number of films made in 1947- 181 Hindi films, the highest ever since films were made. It took another 40 years to break this record in 1988, when 185 films were made.

Almost 75 to 80 % films of 1947 were obscure and forgotten within a short time.Films like ‘Aisa Kyun’, ‘Atom Bomb’, ‘Barrister’, ‘Beete Din’, ‘Chalte Chalte’, ‘Chandrahaas’, ‘Dehati’, ‘Daulat Ke Liye’, ‘Extra Girl’, ‘Farz’, ‘Gaurav’, ‘Gudiya’, ‘Heera’, ‘Janata’, ‘Jhalak’, ‘Khandaani’, ‘Lalat’, ‘Manmaani’, ‘Mere Bhagwan’, ‘Mohan’, ‘Nai Baat’, ‘Pehla Pyar’, ‘Paro’, ‘Riwaaz’, ‘Shabari’, ‘Shahkaar’, ‘Tohfa’, ‘Toote Di’l, ‘Veerangana’ are some of the films made in 1947. How many of us even know about them? Actually, some of these were films in which well known and major stars of the times had acted. For example, ‘Mohan’ had Dev Anand as hero, ‘Lalat’ was the debut film of Usha Kiran (as Usha Marathe), Prem Adib and Vanmala had acted in ‘Chandrahaas’ etc.

Not that ALL films were bad. Certainly some famous and excellent films providing some milestones of Hindi cinema  were also made in 1947, like ‘Aapki Sewa Mein’ (first playback song of Lata Mangeshkar), ‘Bela’ (all 10 songs by Zohrabai Ambalawali), ‘Dard’ (debut song of Umadevi), ‘Elaan’ (a bold Muslim social film by Mehboob Khan), ‘Jugnu’ (the only film of Dilip Kumar and Noorjehan), ‘Meera’ (all 18 songs by MS Subbulaxmi), ‘Mirza Sahibaan’ (last film of Noorjehan in India), ‘Neel Kamal’ (debut of Raj Kapoor and Madhubala as lead pair), ‘Parwaana’ (last film of KL Saigal), ‘Shadi Se Pehle’ (first duet of Rafi and Lata) and ‘Shehnai’ (epoch making music by C Ramchandra).

Nevertheless partition did have an impact on the film industry, due to the migration of artistes from both countries. Lahore, an important city in the undivided Punjab in the pre-independence days was one of the major film making centres in India. Talented actors and musicians from all Punjab and Sindh area tried their luck in the Cine Industry at Lahore. Nevertheless, the biggest centre of film production was Bombay and it was every aspiring artist’s dream to go to Bombay and shine there.

The film activity at Lahore increased considerably in the early 1940s in terms of film production and music. Those days Lahore was called a supply source for Bombay, as many actors and musicians shifted their base to Bombay from there. In reality, a large number of star performers and music directors of Bombay film industry had their roots in the undivided Punjab. Many started careers in Lahore, some started from Calcutta and some even from Bombay itself. Most who were in Calcutta shifted to Bombay in early 40s ( but it had nothing to do with Partition). The list of such people is very long, but suffice to mention some well known names.

Noorjehan, Pran, KL Saigal, Prithviraj Kapoor and his sons, Shyam, Dilip Kumar, Surinder, Karan Dewan, Dev Anand, Balraj Sahni, Singer Khursheed, Mumtaz Shanti, Veena, Begum Para, Meena Shorey, Suraiya, Manorama, Kamini Kaushal, Shyama (Khursheed Akhtar), AR Kardar, M Sadiq, Suresh (Nazim Ahmed), Amar, Chetan Anand, Jhande Khan, Ghulam Haider, Pt Amarnath and his brothers Husnlal-Bhagatram, Hansraj Behl, S Mohinder, Feroz Nizami, Khursheed Anwar, Khayyam, Vinod, Shyamsunder, Kidar Sharma, Krishna Chander, OP Dutta, Saadat Hasan Manto, Qamar Jalalabadi, DN Madhok, Tanvir Naqvi, Prem Dhawan etc.

Many of the actors and producers used to shuttle between Lahore and Bombay for their work.

And then the PARTITION took place in 1947.

In the communal frenzy, polarisation of artistes took place. Hindus shifted to Bombay and Muslims left for Lahore. But there were some reverse migrations also in this period. One example each is of Sahir Ludhiyanvi who migrated to India, and Deebo Bhattacharya from Calcutta migrated to Karachi and prospered in Pakistan as a successful music Director.

Some of the families got divided, like Mehboob Khan opted to remain in India, but his brother MR Khan remained in Pakistan and worked as a well known producer. Juhi Chawla’s grandfather JC Anand and uncle Satish Anand stayed in Lahore. Consequently they became the pioneers of Pakistan Film Industry. After the divorce, Rafi’s wife also migrated to Pakistan with her children.

At the actual time of Partition some artists were in Lahore for film work. They were BR Chopra, Ramanand Sagar, IS Johar, Gulshan Rai, Omprakash, Jeevan, OP Nayyar, Rajinder Singh Bedi, Naqsh Lyallpuri, Surinder Kaur, Prakash Kaur and Pushpa Hans. They all left Lahore hurriedly and reached Bombay safely.

However this journey was not so safe for one actor – comedian Durga Prasad, known as Durga Mota. He was very fat. In the melee, he reached the Lahore station and somehow entered the train to Bombay. Suddenly a group of mad rioters entered the Lahore station and started killing the travellers. Most people ran helter skelter, but due to his heavy body, Durga Mota could not run and was cut into pieces on the Lahore station platform itself !

Same way many artists from Bombay left for Lahore and ALL of them reached safely.

I have full lists of who migrated, but to put it in short, some of the directors who migrated were,

Syed Shaukat Hussain Rizvi, SM Yousuf, Najam Naqvi, Munshi Dil, Nakshab Jarchavi, M Sadiq, Zia Sarhadi, Sibtain Fazli (of Fazli Brothers), ST Zaidi , Zahoor Raja, Wali Saheb and Manto.

Some of the heroes were- Nazeer, Sadiq Ali, Masood, Sudhir, Santosh, Ratan Kumar, Najmul Hussain, Suresh and Nasir Khan (both came back to India later), Sheikh Mukhtar.

Some of the actors were- M Ismail, Ajmal, Gulam Mohd, Kumar, Ghori, Majeed, Shahnawaz, Himalayawala, Shyam Kumar, Allauddin, Shah Shikarpuri, Charlie, Nazar Faizi etc.

Some of the Heroines were- Noorjehan, Meena Shorey, Khursheed, Zeenat Begum, Asha Posley, Najma, Kalawati, Rehana, Swarnalata, Ragini, Bibbo, Renuka Devi, Geeta Nizami, Maya Devi etc.

Some from the music field were- Khursheed Anwar, Inayat Hussain, Rafiq Gaznavi, GA Chisti, Ghulam Haider, Feroz Nizami, Nissar Bazmi, Nashaad, Tufail Faruqi, Tanvir Naqvi, Faiyaz Hasmi, Iqbal Bano, Premlata etc.

With so many people migrating to Pakistan at a time and the condition of Pakistan Film Industry then, it is a moot question, whether all these migrants could get work there and shine ?

There were 2 types of people who migrated-

  1. Those who had achieved their peaks already in India and
  2. Those who had just started their careers.

Obviously the second group, at least some of them, could do well there eventually.

Some of the successful migrants there were- Noorjehan, Khursheed Anwar, GA Chisti, Nissar Bazmi, Feroz Nizami, Najam Naqvi, Nakshab Jarchavi, Sibtain Fazli, Wali Saheb, Manto, Rashid Atre, Sudhir, Santosh, Asha Posley, Shameem, Najma, Yasmeen, Ragini, Zahoor Shah, Shaikh Iqbal, Himalayawala, Nazar, Rafiq Gaznavi, Tanvir Naqvi, Iqbal Bano etc.

The unfortunate ones were (some of them) – Meena Shorey, Ratan Kumar, M Sadiq, Charlie, Ghori, Kumar, Sheikh Mukhtar, Najmul Hussain, Neena, Kalavati, Maya Devi, Gulam Haider, Nashaad, Premlata etc.

Almost all the artists who shifted to Bombay prior to Partition did very well here.

There was a second wave of Migration in 1955-56, during which many artistes like Veera, Rattan Kumar, Rehana, Mumtaz Shanti, Meena Shorey, Wali Sahib, K Anwar etc migrated to Pakistan.

Partition did some damage to India, but as there was a second line waiting to take over, the impact was negligible. However, Pakistan had to build a new film industry with the help of the migrant artistes in almost all departments of film making. Once this generation ended their career, unfortunately there was not much of a second line to take over in Pakistan.

Here is an excerpt from a book “The Travels of Bollywood Cinema ” by Anjali Geeta Roy, in this connection…….

The rioting of 1947 set in motion irreversible, irrevocable migration. B R. Chopra and I S Johar were planning films in a big way for Lahore but had to run for their lives. Ramanand Sagar left in July, so did Gulshan Rai. Character actor Om Prakash (of Fateh Din fame, an all-time favourite skit relayed for years by Radio Lahore), comedian-bad man Jeevan and many others also left Lahore for Bombay. O P Nayyar recorded his immortal song Preetam Aan Milo/ Dukhia Jiya Bullai, Aan Milo at the His Master’s Voice studio in Lahore. He left Lahore only in 1948 when it became clear that people with the wrong religion were not going to return to their homes on either side of the Punjab. Writer Rajinder Singh Bedi escaped, sitting on top of a railway carriage carrying loads of Hindus and Sikhs out of Lahore. Song-writer Naqsh Lyallpuri began his literary career in Lahore as a journalist but had to leave in 1947. Punjabi singers, the sisters Surinder Kaur and Prakash Kaur, and Pushpa Hans also left Lahore.

Migration in the other direction also took place. Nazir and his wife Swarnlata, Noorjahan and her husband Shaukat Husain Rizvi, character actor Alauddin and many others headed for Lahore. Manto came in January 1948, music directors Ghulam Haider and Khurshid Anwar followed some years later and director M. Sadiq probably in 1969 or 1970. Meena Shori, Khurshid and Mumtaz Shanti also immigrated to Lahore. Some Pakistani actors in Lahore continued to use Hindu filmic names. Santosh Kumar (Musa Raza) and Sudhir (Shah Zaman), the two most famous heroes of the 1950s and 60s represented such practice. On both sides, initially considerable goodwill existed between the two film communities.

Some families were divided. Thus for example, while Nazir shifted to Lahore, his nephew K. Asif stayed on in Bombay. Kardar stayed on but his brother Nusrat Kardar and son Rauf Kardar returned to Lahore. While Suraiya, her mother and grandmother settled in Bombay, many of her other relatives shifted to Lahore. Rafi stayed on to reign supreme in Bombay while his parents and siblings were in Lahore.

There were some cross-religion marriages that created peculiar challenges. Raj Kapoor’s maama (maternal uncle) Mr Mehra married a Muslim, converted to Islam and stayed in Lahore. A unique case of reverse migration took place as well: poet Sahir Ludhianvi (Abdul Hai) left Lahore for India.

In the context of partition and its effect, if one sees, the film ‘Shahkaar’ was an ordinary film. The director of the film, the hero Shah Nawaz and few actors like Nazma, Majid, Mehdi Raza, Maqbool etc. migrated to Pakistan after partition. Obviously these artistes were in a hurry to complete the film, which affected the quality of the film.

The music director was K Datta aka Datta Korgaonkar. There were only 7 songs – all written by Arzoo Lucknowi. The film was directed by S Khalil, who directed 7 films in all in India. Shah Nawaz continued his career in Pakistan by acting in 41 films there (32 Urdu and 9 Punjabi). He died on 18-6-1971 in Karachi. Today’s song is sung by a young Mohd Rafi and Shamshad Begam. Rafi sounds very fresh here.

[Author’s Notes – the lists of names given here are indicative and not exhaustive. Migration period is considered as 1947 to 1970.]
[Acknowledgements – My thanks to Harish Lalwani of Hyderabad-Sindh and Rafiq Ansari of Lahore. Credits – HFGK, ‘Mourning the Nation’ by Bhaskar Sarkar, ‘Partition’ by Kavita Daiyya, “The Travels of Bollywood Cinema ” by Anjali Geeta Roy, Encyclopedia of Indian Cinema and my notes.]


Song-Ye duniya hai sab prem ki (Shahkar)(1947) Singers-Rafi, Shamshad Begam, Lyrics-Aarzoo Lucknowi, MD-K Datta

Lyrics

o o o
o o o
o o o
o o o
o o o
o o o o
o o o o

ye duniya hai sab prem ki
tu prem kiye ja
ye duniya hai sab prem ki
tu prem kiye ja
haan prem kiye ja
duniya mein jiye ja
haan prem kiye ja
duniya mein jiye ja

aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa
o dharti ke raaja
aa aa aa aa
tere haath mein baaja
tere hath me baaja

o chaand ki raani
aa aa aa
teri mast jawaani,
teri mast jawaani
tu chaand mere dil ka hai
aankhon ka hai taara
mamta ne kiya phoolon mein chhip chhip ke ishaara
sandesh mujhe chupke se pardon mein diye ja
o chaand ki raani
o dharti ke raaja
o chaand ki raani
aaja
aaja
aaja

main aati to hoon
par tu mujhe chhed na dena
main aati to hoon
par tu mujhe chhed na dena
o baanke lutere
o baanke lutere
tu kahin loot na lena
tu kahin loot na lena
haan chhed na dena
mujhe tu loot na lena
haan chhed na dena
mujhe tu loot na lena

aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
mohabbat sharaab aur mohabbat jawaani
mohabaat jawaani
jawaani deewaani

behoshi ke mausam mein
behoshi ke mausam mein
lagaataar piye ja,
lagaataar piye ja
aur yoon hi jiye ja
aur yoon hi jiye ja
aur yoon hi jiye ja
aur yoon hi jiye ja


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Blog Day : 3648 Post No. : 14483

“Sau Ka Note”(1955) was produced by Ram Singh and directed by Yashwant Pethkar for R S Films, Bombay. This “social” movie had Geeta Bali, Karan Dewan, Begam Para, Ram Singh, Krishn Kumari, Manorama, Sundar, Leela Mishra, Sulochana, Narbada Shankar, Lotan, Bango etc in it with with guest appearances by Jabeen, Chaand Usmani, Tiwari, Badri Prasad, Smriti Biswas, Ranjeet Kumari, Vivek, Rajan, Dhumal, Naaz, Chandabai, Mohana, Chitra and Johny Walker.

There were seven songs in the movie. Two of these songs are already covered.

Here is the third song from “Sau Ka Note”(1955) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Shamshad Begam, Mubarak Begam and chorus. Record mentions Anjaan as the lyricist but the song booklet of the movie mentions Anjaan-Jeet and so HFGK mentions the lyricist as Anjaan-Jeet.

Music is composed by S Mohinder.

Only the audio of the song is available. It sounds like an all female qawwaali. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Qurbaan gaye tujh pe gori (Sau Ka Note)(1955) Singers-Shamshad Begam, Mubarak Begam Lyrics-Anjaan/Jeet, MD-S Mohinder

Lyrics

qurbaan gaye tujhpe gori
tujhe teer chalaana aa hi gaya
qurbaan gaye tujhpe gori
tujhe teer chalaana aa hi gaya
qurbaan gaye tujhpe gori

in shokh adaaon ko gori
in shokh
in shokh adaaon ko gori
bijli ka giraana aa hi gaya

qurbaan gaye tujhpe gori
tujhe teer chalaana aa hi gaya
qurbaan gaye tujhpe gori

teri ek nazar ne ae gori
zara dekh ye kaisa kamaal kiya

aaaa
tere husn ke jaadu ne gori
kadkon ko bhi maalaamaal kiya
kadkon ko bhi maalaamaal kiya
kadkon ko bhi maalamaal kiya

aa aa aa aa aa
teri zulfon ki kaali ghataaon ko
chaandi barsaana aa hi gaya
teri zulfon ki kaali ghataaon ko
chaandi barsaana aa hi gaya
qurbaan gaye tujhpe gori

kya baat huyi unse poochho
jo tum per jaan lutaate hain

haaan aan aan
un chaand sitaaron se poochho
jo dekh tumhen sharmate hain
jo
dekh tumhen sharmaate hain
jo dekh tumhen sharmaate hain

o o o o o
sharmaati nigaahon ko dil ka
yoon raaz chhupaana
aa hi gaya
sharmaati nigaahon ko dil ka
yoon raaz chhupaana aa hi gaya
qurbaan gaye tujhpe gori
tujhe teer chalaana aa hi gaya
qurbaan gaye tujhpe gori


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Blog Day : 3626 Post No. : 14447

“Rupaya”(1950) was directed by G P Pawar for Vijay Chitra, Bombay. This obscure “social” movie had Shashikala, om Prakash, Manmohan, Naaz, Anwari, P Varne, Nautiyal, Ganpat Rao, Gauli Mota, Ramesh, Mirajkar etc in it.

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

Here is the second song from “Rupaya”(1950) to appear in the blog. The song is song by Shamshad Begam. Indeewar is the lyricist. Music is composed by P Ramakant.

If one thought that the song, going by the title, would discuss financial matters, then that is hardly the case. Hindi movies, no matter what their genre andwhat their title, would only have the same kind of songs discussing the same old “mohabbat”. And this song is no exception. 🙂


Song-Mohabbat dard hai (Rupaya)(1950) Singer-Shamshad Begam, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-P Ramakant

Lyrics

mohabbat dard hai
mohabbat dard hai
dil mein basa le
jiska jee chaahe
ye meethha geet hai ae
ye meethha geet hai
ise gun guna le
jiska ji chaahe
mohabbat dard hai

ajab kya dekh tujhko gar
kisi ki jhuk gayin palken
ajab kya dekh tujhko gar
kisi ki jhuk gayin palken
ye duniya jhukti hai ae
ye duniya jhukti hai ik din
jhuka le jiska ji chaahe
mohabbat dard hai ae
mohabbat dard hai
dil mein basa le jiska ji chaahe
mohabbat dard hai

jawaani dar pe bachpan ke hai
sangam aag paani ka
aa aa aa aa
jawaani dar pe bachpan ke hai
sangam aag paani ka
aa aa aa aa
mita ke apne ko o
mita ke apne ko
armaan nikaale
jiska ji chaahe
mohabbat dard hai ae
mohabbat dard hai
dil mein basa le
jiska ji chaahe
mohabbat dard hai

kahar hain ham to rahmat bhi
zahar hain ham to amrit bhi
kahar hain ham to rahmat bhi
zahar hain ham to amrit bhi
agar ho pyaas honton pe
laga le jiska ji chaahe
mohabbat dard hai
mohabbat dard hai
dil mein basa le
jiska ji chaahe
mohabbat dard hai


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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


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Blog Day : 3622 Post No. : 14437

“Saltanat”(1954) was directed by Dwarka Khosla for Vikas Productions, Bombay. The movie had Shyama, Manhar Desai, Anwar, Sulochana, Neeru, Tripathi, BM Vyas, Babu Raje, Shanta Patel, Muhammad Ismail etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it.

One song from the movie has been covered in the blog.

Here is the second song from “Saltanat”(1954) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Shamshad Begam and chorus. G S Nepali is the lyricist. Music is composed by Chitragupt.

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


Song-Teer na talwaar se duniya maane pyaar se(Saltanat)(1954) Singer-Shamshad Begam, Lyrics-Gopal Singh Nepali, MD-Chitragupta
chorus

Lyrics

ho o o o o
teer na talwaar se duniya maane pyaar se
teer na talwar se duniya maane pyaar se
pyaar se na maane maane nain ki kataar se
nain ki kataar se
pyaar se na maane maane nain ki kataar se
nain ki kataar se
teer na talwaar se
duniya maane pyaar se
teer na talwaar se
duniya maane pyaar se

maara hua nain ka
tarsa kare chain ko
saara din udaas rahe
tadpa kare rain ko
tarsa kare chain ko
tadpa rahe rain ko

maara hua nain ka
tarsa kare chain ko
saara din udaas rahe
tadpa kare rain ko
tarsa kare chain ko
tadpa kare rain ko

o o o
nain se na ghaayal ho
na ghaayal ho to
nain se na ghaayal ho to paayal ki jhankaar se
paayal ki jhankaar se
teer na talwaar se
duniya maane pyaar se

kaanon mein jab ghunghru chham chhammachham bolta
dil ki duniya jhoomti patthar dil bhi dolta
patthar dil bhi dolta
patthar dil bhi dolta

kaanon mein jab ghunghru chham chhammachham bolta
dil ki duniya jhoomti patthar dil bhi dolta
patthar dil bhi dolta
patthar dil bhi dolta

ho o o
paayal se na paagal ho
na paagal ho to
paayal se na paagal ho to chaandi ke kaldaar se
chaandi ke kaldaar se
teer na talwaar se
duniya maane pyaar se

pyaar se na maane
maane nain ki kataar se
nain ki kataar se
teer na talwaar se
duniya maane pyaar se
teer na talwaar se
duniya maane pyaar se
teer na talwaar se
duniya maane pyaar se
teer na talwaar se
duniya maane pyaar se


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Blog Day : 3620 Post No. : 14426

“Nisbat”(1949) was directed by S Shamsuddin for Hindustan Art Productions, Bombay. This social movie had Yakoob, Munawwar Sultana, Mirza Musharraf, S Mazhar, Baby Zubeida, H Prakash, Sofia, Jillo etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it that were penned by three lyricists.

Four song from the movie have bee covered in the blog in the past.

Here is the fifth song from “Nisbat”(1949) to appear in the blog. According to HFGK, this song is sung by Shamshad Begam. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Pt Govindram.

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

The voice of the singer sounds different from Shamshad Begam to me. I request our knowledgeable readers to offer their remarks on this observation.


Khaate hain thokaren kismat ke maare haaye(Nisbat)(1949) Singer-Shamshad Begam, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Pt Govindram

Lyrics

khaate hain thokaren
haaye
khaate hain thokaren
kismat ke maare haaye
khaate hain thokaren
kismat ke maare haaye
kaise katenge
kaise katenge
ab din hamaare
khaate hain thokaren

khwaab sa kuchh aankhon mein basaaye
khwaab sa kuchh aankhon mein basaaye
baithhe hain ham seene se lagaaye
baithhe hain ham seene se lagaaye
jhoothhi ummeeden haaye jhoothhe sahaare
jhoothhi ummeeden haaye jhoothhe sahaare
kaise katenge haaye
ab din hamaare

gham ka falak hai
dukh ki zameen hai
gham ka falak hai
dukh ki zameen hai
apna paraaya koi nahin hai
badlin hawaayen haaye
roothhe nazaare
badlin hawaayen haaye
roothhe nazaare
kaise katenge haaye
ab din hamaare

khaate hain thokaren
kismat ke maare haaye
khaate hain thokaren
kismat ke maare haaye
kaise katenge
kaise katenge
ab din hamaare
khaate hain thokaren


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Blog Day : 3614 Post No. : 14409

“Mitti Ke Khilaune”(1948) was directed by Prahlad Dutt for Ranjit Movietone, Bombay. The movie had Karan Dewan, Nigar Sultana, Nirupa Roy, Dulari, Ram Avatar, S N Tripathi, Pandit Iqbal etc in it.

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

Here is the third song from “Mitti Ke Khilaune”(1948) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Shamshad Begam. Butaram Sharma is the lyricist.

Bulo C Rani and Hansraj Bahl were the two music directors in this movie. This song is composed by Bulo C Rani.

Only the audio of the song is available. It appears almost certain that this song was lip synced by the lreading lady of the movie, namely Nigar Sultana. Nevertheless, i request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of the song.

This lovely joie de vivre song becomes the 400th song from movies of 1948 to appear in the blog. This year thus joins years from 1949 till 1961 that already have more than 400 songs each in the blog. Movies released in all years from 1948 till 1961 with 400 plus songs in the blog- this is a nice little achievement for us. Movies of these 14 years combine to have as many as 6584 songs in the blog !


Song-Pyaar kiya tab jaana (Mitti Ke Khilaune)(1948) Singer-Shamshad Begam, Lyrics-Butaram Sharma, MD-Bulo C Rani

Lyrics

pyaar kiya tab jaana ho jaana re
pyaar kiya tab jaana
pyaar kiya tab jaana ho jaana re
pyaar kiya tab jaana
hai dil ka chain ganwaana
aur apna aap mitaana mitaana re
pyaar kiya tab jaana
pyaar kiya tab jaana ho jaana re
pyaar kiya tab jaana

kyun kyun bairan raat sataati hai
kyun bairan raat sataati hai
kyun aah nikalti
kyun bhaaye neer bahaana bahaana re
pyaar kiya tab jaana
pyaar kiya tab jaana ho jaana re
pyaar kiya tab jaana

kyun dil mein dard sa rehta hai
kyun dil mein dard sa rehta hai
kyun chehra zard sa rehta hai
kyun chehra zard sa rehta hai
kyu bhool gaye muskaana muskaana re
pyaar kiya tab jaana
pyaar kiya tab jaana ho jaana re
pyaar kiya tab jaana

kyun baadal ghir ghir aate hain
kyun badal ghir ghir aate hain
kyun jee mein aag lagaate hain
kyu jee me aag lagaate hain
saawan kyun hai suhaana suhaana re
pyaar kiya tab jaana
pyaar kiya tab jaana ho jaana re
pyaar kiya tab jaana


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Blog Day : 3610 Post No. : 14399

“Paak Daaman”(1957) was directed by S M Yusuf for Wadia Brothers, Bombay. This Muslim social movie had Chitra, Sudesh Kumar, Kumar, Krishna Kumari, Renu Makad, Adeeb, Moti Sagar, Mirza Musharraf, Sheikh, Baalam, Wazir Mohammad Khan, Praveen Paul, Indu, Kesarbai, Meena, Shree Bhagwan, H Prakash, Bande Hasan Qawwaal, Sardar Mansoor, Merunnissa, Mumtaz, Maqbool, M K Hasan, Mitthu Miyaan, Korega, Roopmala, Julien, Onkar, Jago etc in it.

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

Here is the third song from “Paak Daaman”(1957) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Rafi, Shamshad Begam and chorus. Shakeel Badayuni is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ghulam Mohammad.

Only the audio of the song is available. It is clear that this song is a qawwali between the two genders which tends to be an entertaining musical nok-jhonk between the two genders.

I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Parda uthhaao saamne aao munh na chhupaao haar ke(Paak Daaman)(1957) Singers-Rafi, Shamshad Begam, Lyrics-Shakeel Badayuni, MD-Ghulam Mohammad
Male chorus
Female chorus

Lyrics

parda uthaao saamne aao
munh na chhupaao haar ke
parda uthhaao saamne aao
munh na chhupaao haar ke

jaao ji jaao
hosh mein aao
geet na gaao pyaar ke

jaao ji jaao
hosh mein aao
geet na gaao pyaar ke

parda uthhaao saamne aao
munh na chhupaao haar ke

ishq bhikhaari husn hai daata
maangne waale jaayen kahaan
ishq bhikhaari husn hai daata
maangne waale jaayen kahaan
ho maangne waale jaayen kahaan

aur kisi ke dar par maango
mil na sakegi bheekh yahaan

aur kisi ke dar par maango
mil na sakengi bheekh yahaan

raahe khuda ik jalwa dikha do
allah hi dega maula hi dega
raahe khuda ik jalwa dikha do
bhookhe hain deedaar ke
bhookhe hain deedaar ke
parda uthhaao saamne aao
munh na chhupaao haar ke

jaao ji jaao
hosh mein aao
geet na gaao pyaar ke

ho o o o o
door hato ji rasta naapo
yoon na hamen badnaam karo

yoon na hamen badnaam karo
yaa dil le lo
yaa dil de do
koi to aakhir kaam karo
koi to aakhir kaam karo
ham na sunenge koi fasaana
honge na poore khwaab tumhaare

honge na poore khwaab tumhaare
ham na sunenge koi fasaana
rah jaao dil maar ke
rah jaao dil maar ke

jaao ji jaao
hosh mein aao
geet na gaao pyaar ke

parda uthhaao saamne aao
munh na chhupao haar ke

oyi qurbaana

dil mein kisi ke dard basa ke
aankh churaana thheek nahin
ho aankh churaana thheek nahin
rahne do is raag ko dil mein
sabko sunaana thheek nahin
sabko sunaana thheek nahin

jo bhi kahoge maan hi lenge
jaane wafa o jaane tamanna
jo bhi kahoge maan hi lenge
bande hain sarkaar ke
bande hain sarkaar ke

parda uthhaao
saamne aao
munh na chhupaao haar ke
parda uthhaao saamne aao
munh na chhupaao haar ke


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Blog Day : 3610 Post No. : 14397

“Rangeen Zamaana” (1948) was produced and directed by M Bhavnani. The movie had Premnath, Monica Desai, Gope etc in it.

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

Here is the third song from this movie. This song is sung by Shamshad Begam. Pt Phani is the lyricist. Music is composed by Pt Govindram.

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


Song-Jawaani na aati na dil hi lagaate (Rangeen Zamaana)(1948) Singer-Shamshad Begam, Lyrics-Pt Phani, MD-Pt Govindram

Lyrics

jawaani na aati
jawaani na aati
na dil hi lagaate
jawaani na aati
na dil hi lagaate
tadapte na armaan
na aansu bahaate
tadapte na armaan
na aansu bahaate
jawaani na aati
na dil hi lagaate

na ummeed badhti
na bechain hote
ae ae ae ae ae
na ummeed badhti
na bechain hote
meri zindagi mein agar tum na aate
meri zindagi mein agar tum na aate
tadapte na armaan
na aansu bahaate
jawaani na aati
na dil hi lagaate

sitaaron se karte na raaton mein baaten aen aen aen aen
sitaaron se karte na raaton mein baaten
sitaaron se karte
na raaton mein baaten
kahaani na apni kisi ko sunaate
kahaani na apni kisi ko sunaate
tadapte na armaan
na aansu bahaate
jawaani na aati
na dil hi lagaate
jawaani na aati


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