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This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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 : 3569 Post No. : 14306

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 66# Singer – Mukesh
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Just few days back I came across this song that I am presenting today. After listening to it I was feeling like maybe I had heard it on ‘radio’ many many years back. When I listened to it once I just kept listening to it again and again and with every new day this song is growing on me, on and on. The song is from the 1978 movie ‘Pal Do Pal Ka Saath’ and it is sung by Mukesh ji.

‘Pal Do Pal Ka Saath’ was directed by BR Ishara for Kaveri Films, Bombay. The cast of actors includes Shekhar Kapoor, Rama Vij, Shamli (New Discovery), Asit Sen, Paintal, Johny Whisky, Aarti, Tiger, Mishri Lal, Mohammad Ali, Amal Sen, Narayan Gwalani, Hameed, Sitaram, Jasbir, Prakash Joshi, Vijay Nangia, Bhaiyalal Sharma, Kashi Prasad Chaurasia and others.

This movie has four songs penned by Naqsh Lyallpuri, Yogesh, Balkavi Bairagi and Dev Kohli. Music for this movie is composed by Shyam Saagar. One song from this movie had been posted on the blog earlier in 2014 i.e. four years back and it was introduced by Sudhir ji – ‘Chupke Se Peechhe Se Aa Ke’ sung by Rafi Saab and lyrics of this song are by Dev Kohli.

As mentioned by Sudhir ji in his post this movie seems to be an ‘obscure movie’ though it contains ‘gems of songs’ (‘veritable gems’ as Sudhir ji has mentioned in his post) as we can say for the earlier song and the today’s song after listening to them. I don’t remember to have heard about this movie earlier and not gone through its information before. It was only after listening to the today’s song that I searched for its details in HFGK Vol V and also read the earlier post on the blog. This movie was passed by censor board on 07.04.1978.

Almost forty years have passed since the movie and its music had been created, however listening to its songs revives the memories of the music of those years and Mukesh ji’s singing of the many other songs for Yogesh ji. Yes, today’s song is penned by Yogesh.

Since the movie was an obscure movie I think its songs were also forgotten easily. I am not able to locate online, the other two songs of this film. As per Geet Kosh, these are solo songs in the voices of Asha Bhosle and Manna Dey. We have to search for them and need to bring them here for our listening pleasure. Till then let us listen to this wonderful composition of Shyam Saagar and savour the magic Yogesh ji’s words and Mukesh ji’s singing…

Only the audio of this song is available as of now. I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on this movie and its songs please.

Song – Anuraagi Mann Sab Kuchh Seh Le (Pal Do Pal Ka Saath) (1978) Singer – Mukesh, Lyrics – Yogesh, MD – Shyam Saagar

Lyrics

anuraagi mann sab kuchh sah le
anuraagi mann sab kuchh sah le
har uljhan mein
hans ke tu rah le
anuraagi mann sab kuchh sah le

ik sang tera
parichay gehra
janam janam ka ye naata re
ik sudh kho kar
besudh ho kar
geet tumhaare hi gaata re
do chehron ka tu ik darpan
anuraagi mann sab kuchh sah le

mita’ti nahin hai prem ki rekha
toofaanon ke bhi aane se
tripti adhoori
rah jaati hai
saagar ko bhi
paa jaane se
ho na ho poora tera samarpan
anuraagi mann . . .
har uljhan mein
hans ke tu rah le
anuraagi mann sab kuchh sah le

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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अनुरागी मन सब कुछ सह ले
अनुरागी मन सब कुछ सह ले
हर उलझन में
हंस के तू रह ले
अनुरागी मन सब कुछ सह ल

इक संग तेरा
परिचय गहरा
जनम जनम का ये नाता रे
इक सुध खो कर
बेसुध हो कर
गीत तुम्हारे ही गाता रे
दो चेहरों का तू इक दर्पण
अनुरागी मन सब कुछ सह ले

मिटती नहीं है प्रेम कि रेखा आ
तूफानों के भी आने से
तृप्ति अधूरी
रह जाती है
सागर को भी
पा जाने से
हो न हो पूरा तेरा समर्पण
अनुरागी मन. . .
हर उलझन में
हंस के तू रह ले
अनुरागी मन सब कुछ सह ले

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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 : 3499 Post No. : 14058

The song found me, literally, and bowled me back into my childhood, into the radio listening days, and this seldom heard lullaby that simply takes you into a dreamland. One of those songs in which the words, the music and the rendition comes together a such a perfect blend that listening to it, the world disappears, and for a while it is just yourself with the song and the music.

I was actually planning another 1960s film for debut and was searching online for posted songs for a film that I had identified. Without any preamble or focused thought, I just stumbled into this song. Nothing else struck me, except the first five words, that resonated with a long dormant memory somewhere deep in time. And without a notice, this song was upon me.

The film is lost and forgotten. I myself have not seen it. Actually when I heard this song originally, I had no clue as to the film or other details. It is only today that this connection is made. The film is ‘Daak Bangla’ from 1974. A film that has been produced and directed by Girish Ranjan. This is one of the new wave cinema that was starting out in the early to mid 1970s. The star cast is listed as Simi Garewal, Shubhendu Chatterjee, Nitin Sethi, Geeta Siddharth, Bhagwan Sahu, Ramesh, Lalita Kumari, Rasheeda Thakur, Satyabhan Sinha, Gunaji, Shriniwas Tripathi, Master Neelabh Kaul, Master Prem, Baby Aparna Mudgal, Prabhat Kumar, and Iftekhar.

The film has just two songs, both come from the pen of Anjaan. This song being a lullaby, the other song, from the words, seems like a folk song, in the voice of the same singer. Music is by Shyam Saagar. When I first read this name, I thought I am familiar with this music director. Our dear Bharat ji has posted a few non-film songs of Suman Kalyanpur, composed by him. But when I went in to check, it turns out that the music director whose song are posted by Bharat Bhai, his name is Shyam Sharma. So the music director of this wonderful soothing lullaby makes his debut on our blog also. As I checked the Geet Kosh, I find Shyam Saagar’s name appear in a few more films in the 1970s.

The singing voice is of Suman Kalyanpur. When I first located this song, I was tempted to hold back this song for her birthday, but on checking the anniversaries list, I find that we have just passed her birthday on 28th Jan. And so I decided not to wait for 2019 for this wonderful song to come board.

The song starts off as a lullaby, and then it also transforms into a song of regretful past. A lonely poignancy takes over the emotions as the song proceeds. I request other knowledgeable readers and friends to please add some more information, if available, about the film story, and this song.

The recording is a little skippy, but I am able to piece together all words, checking back and forth across the lines that get repeated. However, there is one line, indicated by ((?? ?? ?? ??)) in the lyrics, which I have not been able to decipher. It is three or four words, and I could not make them out. I request other readers and listeners to please help decipher this line.

A wonderful heart warming song, sung so smoothly. It seems to flow over the senses like slow moving honey. I have simply fallen in love with this song all over again. 🙂

[Ed Note: – This is the second movie of Shyam Saagar in the blog. He has already appeared in the blog with a song from the film ‘Pal Do Pal Ka Saath’ (1978).]

Song – Palak Hindole Chadhi Re Nindiya  (Daak Bangla) (1974) Singer – Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics – Anjaan, MD – Shyam Saagar

Lyrics

palak hindolay
chadhi re nindiya
palak hindolay chadhi re nindiya
alsaaye nain
hmm hmm
tujh ko sulaaye
jug jug jaagi ye
ansoyi rain
hmm hmm
ansoyi rain
palak hindolay chadhi re nindiya
alsaaye nain
hmmmm

aakaash ganga ki
sapneeli lehron pe
jhilmil sitaaron waali naao
aayegi aake tujhe
sang le ke jaayegi re
sat range sapnon ke dwaar
o mere apne
jhoothe hain sapne
sapna jo roothe
nindiya jo toote
bheegen na nain
bheegen na nain
tujh ko sulaaye
jug jug jaagi ye
ansoyi rain
ansoyi rain
palak hindolay chadhi re nindiya
alsaaye nain
hmmmm
tujh ko sulaaye
jug jug jaagi ye
ansoyi rain
hmm hmm
ansoyi rain

kaanton ke van mein
ik raah bhooli
kaanton ke van mein
ik raah bhooli
paagal hawaa si zindagi
saagar se bichhdi
maruthal mein khoyi
pyaasi nadi main pyaar ki
raahon mein khoye
sapnon ke mele
sulge dhuaan sa
ye mann akele
paaye na chain
paaye na. . .

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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पलक हिंडोले
चढ़ी रे नींदिया
पलक हिंडोले चढ़ी रे नींदिया
अलसाए नैन
हम्म हम्म
तुझको सुलाये
जुग जुग जागी ये
अनसोई रैन
हम्म हम्म
अनसोई रैन
पालक हिंडोले चढ़ी रे नींदिया
अलसाए नैन
हम्मम्म

आकाश गंगा की
सपनीली लहरों पे
झिलमिल सितारों वाली नाव
आएगी आके तुझे
संग लेके जाएगी रे
सतरंगे सपनों के द्वार
ओ मेरे अपने
झूठे हैं सपने
सपना जो रूठे
निंदिया जो टूटे
भीगें ना नैन
भीगें ना नैन
तुझको सुलाये
जुग जुग जागी ये
अनसोई रैन
अनसोई रैन
पलक हिंडोले चढ़ी रे नींदिया
अलसाए नैन
हम्मम्म
तुझको सुलाये
जुग जुग जागी ये
अनसोई रैन
हम्म हम्म
अनसोई रैन

काँटों के वन में
इक राह भूली
काँटों के वन में
इक राह भूली
पागल हवा सी ज़िंदगी
सागर से बिछड़ी
मरुथल में खोई
प्यासी नदी मैं प्यार की
राहों में खोये
सपनों के मेले
सुलगे धुआँ सा
ये मन अकेले
पाये ना चैन
पाये ना ॰ ॰ ॰


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.

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Rafi Sb – In The Seventies – 15
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(1978 – Solo)

This solo song that got picked for 1978 is a real surprise. Wonderful gem from an obscure film. A song that was heard occasionally, before fading away from radio waves and settling into the quicksand of memories. As I was browsing the list for 1978, this song strummed lost memories of absolutely lovely songs and I had to pick it as tops.
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