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Posts Tagged ‘Sulakshana Pandit


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Blog Day : 3530 Post No. : 14181

“Toote Khilaune”(1978) was directed by Ketan Anand for Chakravyooh Productions, Bombay. This “social” movie had Shaban Azmi, Shehar Kapoor, Utpal Dutt, Rakesh Pandey, Urmila Bhatt, Shobhana Shah, Meena Chitnis, Jankidas, Bharat Kapoor, Gautam Sareen, Sharat Saxxena, D Kumar Vivek Adharkar, Master Ravi, Mahesh Bhatta, Sooraj Saneem, Prem Prakash, Vimal Chopra, Dharmveer, Gurbachan Singh, Bhagwan, Dhanna Lal, Jugnu Jain etc with special role by Ambika Johar.

The movie had five songs in it. Four of these songs have been covered in the past. Here are the details of the four songs covered in the past:-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Nanha sa panchhi re tu bahut badaa pinjra teraa 2313 23-Feb-10
Maana ho tum behad haseen 2317 28-Feb-10
Doob raha hai mera dil shaam se 5950 10-May-12
Bandhan kat gaye baadal chhant gaye 14175 17-Mar-18

Here is the fifth and final song from “Toote Khilaune”(1978) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Amit Kumar and Sulakshana Pandit. Kaifi Azmi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Bappi Lahiri.

The song is picturised as a magic performance song where Shekhar Kapoor and Shabana Azmi play the magicians who perform magic tricks while singing this song.

With this song, “Toote Khilaune”(1978) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Kya jaane ye duniya kya jaane (Toote Khilaune)(1978) Singers-Amit Kumar, Sulakshana Pandit , Lyrics-Kaifi Azmi, MD-Bappi Lahiri
Both

Lyrics

kya jaane
ye duniya kya jaane
kya jaane
ye duniya kya jaane
apne dil ki baaton ko
o o o
apne dil ki baaton ko
kya jaane ae ae ae

kya jaane
ye duniya kya jaane
kya jaane
ye duniya kya jaane

duniya samay ke peechhe deewaani
badle samay ko pal mein jawaani
o o o
subahen gulaabi shaamen suhaani
dekhe kahaani duniya puraani

apne dil ki baaton ko
o o
apne dil ki baaton ko
kya jaane ae ae

kya jaane
ye duniya kya jaane
kya jaane
ye duniya kya jaane

samjhe na jo
armaan ka ishaara
door se usko
salaam hamaara
o o o
dil ko hamesha dil ka sahaara
aanchal mein apne apna sitaara

apne dil ki baaton ko
ho o
apne dil ki baaton ko
kya jaane ae ae

kya jaane
ye duniya kya jaane
kya jaane
ye duniya kya jaane
laa lala
lalalalalaala
laa lala
lalalalalaala

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Blog Day : 3520 Post No. : 14136

There are many artists for whom I’ve written posts here, remembering them on their birth or death anniversaries. But there are two artists who have featured more than others in this regard. I remember them every day anyway – so on their anniversary it is only a matter of a different intensity. I am grateful to them every single day for their legacy, the treasure trove they have left us behind with. They are long gone now from this world – coincidentally they went within a few months of each other – but they remain, and will always remain, in my heart. And not just my heart, but millions of hearts. Such is the love we have for them, such is the hold they have over us.

I am of course talking about two giants of the industry – Rafi Saab and Sahir Ludhianvi.

Today happens to be the 97th birth anniversary of Sahir – and here I am, writing yet another post in his memory. I have already written many posts on him, so I expect this will be a short one. At least, by my standards. 🙂

From all accounts, Rafi Saab and Sahir were like chalk and cheese. Rafi Saab is reported always having a smile on his lips, a total lack of ego, easy to work with, a generally non-controversial nature – and was one of the most-loved artistes in the industry.

In contrast, Sahir was seen as egoist, not the easiest person to work with. He was seen as often being bitter and rebellious. He had his fair share of controversies – and differences with other artistes. It’s also fair to say that while everyone acknowledged his genius as a poet and lyricist, he didn’t exactly endear himself to one and all.

And yet both of them have a special place in my heart. They were masters of their craft, and when they executed it, whether through the written word (Sahir) or through his voice (Rafi Saab), the words went straight to my heart.

Since this is a post for Sahir’s anniversary, I will keep it to Sahir from here on.

Sahir needs no introduction to anyone here. And if he does, there are far better sources to discuss him than this post, so I would recommend checking out any of them. Here I will only talk briefly about why I love Sahir so much. It goes without saying that Sahir’s poetry (which often found its way in his lyrics) was in a class of its own. In fact, he often dumbed down (simplified) his poetry to make it more understandable for film-going audiences.

Much of Sahir’s poetry is understandably in Urdu – and his lyrics for film songs too have a strong Urdu slant to them. As a big fan of Urdu, I thoroughly enjoy listening to Sahir’s poetry and lyrics, even if I don’t always understand them. 🙂 But if it were only Urdu that attracted me to him, that would be at one level only. After all, I have a great regard for Shakeel Badayuni too – his lyrics were also often Urdu-based, and second to none.

No, it is more than just Urdu that attracts me. It is the poet himself – Sahir, the person.

To the world, his bitterness (‘talkhi‘), his moodiness, his ego, his sharp tongue might have made him intolerable. To me, I think it is these very qualities that helped him write the poetry he did. You cannot be dispassionate, you cannot be without fire in your belly – and write rousing poetry. It just doesn’t work. An actor might be able to completely keep his persona behind and immerse himself in a role the moment the director screams “Action”. After all, he is an actor – his job is to be somebody he isn’t in real life.

On the contrary, for a poet, his writing is nothing but an expression of himself and his creativity. And that creativity is a function of his mind, heart and soul. So it is only natural that how he thinks or feels will get reflected in his writing. It is possible to of course separate the two – and seasoned poets do – but when the poetry is in sync with the mood, it probably flows much more naturally. I’m guessing this – I’m no poet. 🙂

So Sahir throwing his feelings into his poetry is something I totally approve of. Now, to the content itself.

In his inimitable style, he wrote on a variety of topics. But he is most identified with having a strong opinion on social issues of the day – and never hesitating to express his opinion. He often used his poetry as a medium to convey a strong message. Sometimes showing a mirror to society, sometimes questioning the government of the day. Sometimes exposing hypocrisy, sometimes calling for revolution. Whatever it was, he was not just another poet content to write some lyrics and get paid for them. He was socially sensitive – and clearly the ills in society bothered him deeply. And this is one of the main reasons I SO love Sahir. How I wish we had more poets like him today, with so much awareness and concern for the plight of the common man!

He has written about injustice in society (“Samaaj Ko Badal Daalo”), about the need for unity in a fractured society (“Tu Hindu Banega Na Musalmaan Banega“), about women’s plight in India (“Aurat Ne Janam Diya Mardon Ko”), about hope (“Na Munh Chhupa Ke Jiyo”, “Ponchh Kar Ashq Apni Aankhon Se“, “Wo Subah Kabhi To Aayegi”) and despair (“Ye Duniya Agar Mil Bhi Jaaye To Kya Hai“, “Jinhen Naaz Hai Hind Par Wo Kahaan Hain“, “. . .Rehne Ko Ghar Nahin Hai, Sara Jahaan Hamaara“).

For someone who had a grounding in Urdu, he could write beautiful bhajans like “Tora Mann Darpan Kehlaaye“, “Prabhu Tero Naam“, “Allah Tero Naam“, “Meri Sun Le Araj Banwaari“,  and the immortal “Aan Milo Aan Milo Shyam Saanwre“.

Then there is the philosophical Sahir too, exemplified in songs like “Aage Bhi Jaane Na Tu“.

A recurring theme in his writing is the mother-child relationship, maybe based on his own experiences in life. It is well-known that he was particularly close to his mother – and chose her above his much more affluent father when he had to make a choice. So we see beautiful lyrics on mother-child in ‘Dhool Ka Phool’ (“Tu Mere Pyaar Ka Phool Hai“), ‘Mujhe Jeene Do’ (“Tere Bachpan Ko“), ‘Trishul’ (“Tu Mere Saath Rahega Munne“)  – and I am sure some other films too.

Then there is the qawwaali Sahir. He excelled in them, with the qawwaalis of ‘Barsaat Ki Raat’, ‘Dharamputra’ and ‘Taj Mahal’ showcasing just some of his work.

And then there is the romantic Sahir. Yes, while he wrote about all other aspects of life, he did not come up short on what was bread-and-butter for most poets – romantic poetry. He could write the most romantic lines – the romantic songs of ‘Gumraah’ and ‘Hamraaz’, for example, just take your breath away. And not just these films – think of songs like “Parbaton Ke Pedon Par” from ‘Shagoon’, and on the same ‘parbat’ theme, “Ye Parbaton Ke Daayare” from ‘Vaasna’.

I can go on and on, discussing his songs, but I think I need to now come to the song for today. It is also a romantic song, but this time from very late in his career. It is no secret that in the 1970s, Sahir was disillusioned with the quality of lyrics on offer in Hindi cinema. Urdu, which offered so much richness to lyrics, was being phased out and replaced with more ‘chaalu‘ lyrics. In general, films (and music too, I might add) had become more loud and less, for want of a better word, classy.

He himself withdrew for a bit – and while he continued to work for the BR Chopra/Yash Chopra banners, he wasn’t as prolific as in the 60s. His disillusionment is probably best expressed in one of his most memorable songs of the decade – “Main Pal Do Pal Ka Shaayar Hoon“.

It is in this context one needs to see the song for today. It is from the 1980 film ‘Chehre Pe Chehra’, a film that makes its debut on the blog today. I remember this film being released – and being a flop. I haven’t seen the film – my understanding is, it’s based on the famous ‘Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde’ story. Sanjeev Kumar plays the dual role. The song is a romantic song – and pleasant enough, even if it doesn’t quite scale to the level of his heady songs of the 1960s. Even so, in comparison to the fare around at the time, I’d say its lyrics are better than most other songs of the time. Of course this is just my personal opinion.

Let’s now listen to the song, sung by Sulakshana Pandit and Rafi Saab. Music is by N Datta, one of his most famous pairings. I leave it to you to judge for yourself what you make of this song. I quite like it.

Lyrics were provided to me by the ever-helpful and reliable Avinash ji. A big thanks to him. He makes it so much easier for me to just focus on the write-up itself.

Video (Partial)

Audio (Complete)

Song – Aaj Socha Hai Khayaalon Mein Bula Kar Tum Ko (Chehre Pe Chehra) (1980) Singer – Sulakshana Pandit, Mohammed Rafi, Lyrics – Sahir Ludhianvi, MD – N Datta
Sulakshana Pandit + Mohammed Rafi

Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

aaj socha hai. . .
aaj socha hai
khayaalon mein bulaa kar tum ko
pyaar ke naam pe thodi si shikaayat kar len
aaj socha hai

aaj socha hai
khayaalon mein bulaa kar tum ko
pyaar ke naam pe thodi si shikaayat kar len
aaj socha hai

aise bichhade ho ke jaise kabhi milna hi nahin
aise bhoole ho ki jaise  kabhi jaana hi na thha
ajnabhi ban ke agar yoon hi sitam dhaana thha
paas aana hi na thha  paas bulaana hi na thha
aao toote huye
aao toote huye
khwaabon ki jiyaarat kar len
aaj socha hai ae

ranjishen bhi wahin palti hain
jahaan pyaar paley
pyaar hi jis se nahin
us se gilaa kya hoga
meri ummeed hai tu
teri tammanna main hoon
aur chaahat ki duaaon ka sila kya hoga
ranjishen bhool ke
ranjishen bhool ke
khwaabon ko haqeeqat kar len
aaj socha hai

kya kahoon main tumhen
kya samjha hai kya maana hai
meri chaahat ne tumhen
apna khudaa maana hai
apna hissa hi tumhe maine sadaa maana hai
jaan ko kis ne bhalaa tan se judaa maana hai
jaan aur tan se
jaan aur tan se naya ahd-e-mohabbat kar len
aaj socha hai
aaj socha hai
khayaalon mein bulaakar tumko
pyaar ke naam pe thodisi shikaa …

hmm hmm hmm hmmmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm

aaj socha hai. . .
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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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आज सोचा है॰॰॰
आज सोचा है
खयालों में बुला कर तुमको
प्यार के नाम पे थोडी सी शिकायत कर लें
आज सोचा है

आज सोचा है
खयालों में बुला कर तुमको
प्यार के नाम पे थोडी सी शिकायत कर ले ए ए
आज सोचा है

ऐसे बिछड़े हो के जैसे कभी मिलना ही नहीं
ऐसे भूले हो कि जैसे कभी जाना ही नहीं था
अजनबी बन के अगर यूंही सितम ढाना था
पास आना ही न था पास बुलाना ही न था
आओ टूटे हुए
आओ टूटे हुए
ख़्वाबों कि ज़ियारत कर लें
आज सोचा है ए

रंजिशें भी वहीँ पलती हैं
जहाँ प्यार पले
प्यार ही जिससे नहीं
उस से गिला क्या होगा
मेरी उम्मीद है तू
तेरी तमन्ना मैं हूँ
और चाहत की दुआओं का सिला क्या होगा
रंजिशें भूल के
रंजिशें भूल के
ख़्वाबों कों हकीकत कर लें
आज सोचा है

क्या कहूँ मैं तुम्हे
क्या समझा है क्या माना है
मेरी चाहत ने तुम्हें
अपना खुदा माना है
अपना हिस्सा हि तुम्हे मैंने सदा माना है
जान को किसने भला तन से जुदा माना है
जान और तन से
जान और तन से नया अहद-ए-मोहब्बत कर लें
आज सोचा है

आज सोचा है
खयालों में बुला कर तुमको
प्यार के नाम पे थोडी सी शिका…

हम्म हम्म हम्म हम्मम्म
हम्म हम्म हम्म हम्म हम्म
हम्म हम्म हम्म हम्म हम्म
हम्म हम्म हम्म हम्म हम्म

आज सोचा है॰॰॰


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Blog Day : 3514 Post No. : 14116

The novel “Parineeta” penned by Sharatchandra Chattopadhyay has been used in several movies in Hindi as well as in other languages. Some movies had the same title, viz Hindi movies “Parineeta”(1953) and “Parineeta”(2005). Then there have been other movies where the film title was different.

“Sankoch”(1976) was a Hindi movie which was based on the novel “Parineeta”. This movie was directed by Anil Ganguly for Suyog Films, Bombay.

The movie had Jeetendra, Sulakshana Pandit, Vikram, A K Hangal, Om Shivpuri, Aruna Irani, I S Johar, Dulaari, Urmila Bhatt, Baby Chintu, Ramesh Deo, Seema, Roohi, Jankidas, Lalita Kumari, Prreti Ganguly, Dinesh Hingoo, Keshto Mukherji, Birbal, Arvind Rathod, H L Pardesi, Shaukat Bharti, Shail Chaturvedi etc in it.

The movie had four songs in it. With time these songs have ended up becoming quite rare.

One song, arguably the most well known song from the movie has been covered in the blog.

Today (2 match 2018) is the 85th birthday of Anandji (2 march 1933) of Kalyanji Anandji music director duo. On this occasion, here is a song from “Sankoch”(1976). This song is sung by Kishore Kumar. M G Hashmat is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji.

HFGK counts this song as one song. This song figures in the movie twice and the lyrics are different in the two occasions. The song gets played while the husband-wife duo of Jeetendra and Sulakshana Pandit are shown having one of their countless disagreements.

This song is one that I do not recall having heard before. It is a nice song to listen to and it quickly grows upon the listener.

We take this opportunity to wish Anandji Veerji Shah a very happy 85th birthday and we wish him many more happy returns of the day.

Part I (audio)

Part I (Video)


Part II (Video)

Song-Chanchal man teri chaturaai(Sankoch)(1976) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-M G Hashmat, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

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Part I
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man mere
kaahe kare chaturaai
kaahe kare chaturaai

chanchal man teri chaturaai ee ee
kaam na aayi chanchal man
chanchal man teri chaturaai ee ee ee
kaam na aayi chanchal man
mohmaaya ke jaal mein phans ke ae
mohmaaya ke jaal mein phans ke
toone thokar khaai re khaai
chanchal man
arre chancahal man teri chaturaai ee ee ee
kaam na aayi chanchal man

bheegi palken poochh rahi hain
bheegi palken pooch rahi hain
koi inhen batlaaye
aansu ban ke pyaar bhala kyun
aankhon se beh jaaye
dard usi se ae
paaya toone
dard usi se paaya toone
jis se lagan lagaai lagaai
chanchal man
chanchal man teri chaturaai ee ee ee
kaam na aayi chanchal man

jisko toone apna samjha aa
jisko re toone apna samjha
wo to hua na tera
raat ko uski yaad mein roya
bhoola jo hua sawera
jhoothi aasha aa
phir se tujhko
jhoothi aasha phir se tujhko
usi ke dar pe laayi re laayi
chanchal man
arre chanchal man teri chaturaai ee ee ee
kaam na aayi chanchal man
mohmaaya ke jaal mein phans ke ae
mohmaya ke jaal mein phans ke
toone thokar khai re khai chanchal man
chanchal man teri chaturaayi ee ee ee
kaam na aayi chanchal man

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Part II
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kaun raha hai kaun rahega
kaun raha hai kaun rahega
kiska yahaan hai thhikaana
har koi jaane chhod ke sab kuchh
hoga ik din jaana
phir kyon moorakh
naa jaane kyon
phir kyon moorakh
naa jaane kyon
tujhko samajh na aayi re aayi
chanchal man
arre chancahal man teri chaturaayi ee ee ee
kaam na aayi chanchal man

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Devnagri script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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भाग – १
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मन मेरे ए
काहे करे चतुराई
काहे करे चतुराई
चंचल मन तेरी चतुराई ई ई
काम न आयी चंचल मन
चंचल मन तेरी चतुराई ई ई
काम न आयी चंचल मन
मोह माया के जाल में फंस के ए
मोह माया के जाल में फंस के
तूने ठोकर खाई रे खाई
चंचल मन
अरे चंचल मन तेरी चतुराई ई ई ई
काम न आयी चंचल मन

भीगी पलकें पूछ रही हैं
भीगी पलकें पूछ रही हैं
कोई इन्हें बतलाये
आंसू बन के प्यार भला क्यूँ
आँखों से बह जाए
दर्द उसी से ए
पाया तूने
दर्द उसी से ए
पाया तूने
जिससे लगन लगाई लगाई
चंचल मन
चंचल मन तेरी चतुराई ई ई ई
काम न आयी चंचल मन

जिसको तूने अपना समझा आ
जिसको रे तूने अपना समझा
वो तो हुआ न तेरा
रात को उसकी याद में रोया
भूला जो हुआ सवेरा
झूठी आशा आ
फिर से तुझको
झूठी आशा फिर से तुझको
उसी के दर पे लायी रे लायी
चंचल मन
अरे चंचल मन तेरी चतुराई ई ई ई
काम न आयी चंचल मन
मोह माया के जाल में फंस के ए
मोह माया के जाल में फंस के
तूने ठोकर खाई रे खाई
चंचल मन
अरे चंचल मन तेरी चतुराई ई ई ई
काम न आयी चंचल मन

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भाग -२
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कौन रहा है कौन रहेगा
कौन रहा है कौन रहेगा
किसका यहाँ है ठिकाना
हर कोई जाने छोड़ के सब कुछ
होगा इक दिन जाना
फिर क्यों मूरख
ना जाने क्यों
फिर क्यों मूरख
ना जाने क्यों
तुझको समझ न आयी रे आयी
चंचल मन
अरे चंचल मन तेरी चतुराई ई ई ई
काम न आयी चंचल मन


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Blog Day : 3463 Post No. : 13899

We are into the last few hours of the day today (10 january 2018). We have covered four songs for today, including one debutant song for the day. It was decided that two more songs would be covered today by Sudhir Ji, and one of them would be a YIPPEE song. But now with less than four hours left for the day, Sudhir Ji seems to have got busy. So I have decided that I will post the YIPPEE song for the day myself and Sudhir Ji may post his YIPPEE post on another day. As it is, I keep a few YIPPEE songs ready with me at any moment in order to live up to our new year resolution of covering one YIPPEE movie song daily.

The movie that I have taken up today is “Dharam Kaanta”(1982). It was a “daaku-drama” produced and directed by Sultan Ahmad who loved producing movies on this theme. His earlier movie on the same theme was “Ganga Ki Saugandh”(1978). “Dharam Kaanta”(1982) had Raaj Kumar, Rajesh Khanna, Jeetendra, Waheeda Rehman, Reena Roy, Sulakshana Pandit, Amjad Khan, Satyen Kappu, Om Prakash, Nazir Hussain, Mukri, Hina Kausar, Nisar Ahmad Khan, Sheetal, Purnima etc in it.

The movie had five songs in it. Four of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fifth and final song from “Dharam Kaanta”(1982) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Naushad.

The song is picturised as a mujra song on Sulakshana Pandit in the location of a Thakur ki haweli. Several characters in the movie, viz. Amjad Khan,Santyen Kappoo, Yunus Parvez , Hina Kausar etc are visible in the picturisation.

This song, one of the last compositions by Naushad can be counted as among the last few known mujra songs from HFM before this genre of songs all but vanished from Hindi movies.

With this song, “Dharam Kaanta”(1982) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Main aisa jhoom ke naachi aaj ke ghunghroo toot gaye (Dharam Kaanta)(1982) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Naushad

Lyrics

zaalim tere jahaan ki
har ek rasam chhod di hai
sharm o haya ki maine
zanjeer tod di ee hai ae

maine chhod di kab ki laaj
maine chhod di kab ki laaj
main aisa jhoom ke naachi aaj
ke ghunghru toot gaye
ho o
ke ghunghru toot gaye

maine chhod di kab ki laaj
maine chhod di
maine chhod di
maine chhod di kab ki laaj
mai aisa jhoom ke naachi aaj
ke ghunghru toot gaye
haaye re
ke ghunghru toot gaye

takraayi jo apne dilbar se
dil dhadka mohabbat ke dar se
takraayi jo apne dilbar se
dil dhadka mohabbat ke dar se
baahon mein jo usne gher liya
kuchh kar na saki
munh pher liya
baahon mein jo usne gher liya
kuchh kar na saki
munh pher liya
mohe loot gaya ek chor
padi main kuchh aisi kamzor
ke ghunghru toot gaye
haay re
ke ghunghru toot gaye

kyun aaj zamaane se darna
ruswaayi ka gham bhi kya karna
kyun aaj zamaane se darna
ruswaayi ka gham bhi kya karna
hansna hai ke aansu peena hai
ik raat mujhe to jeena hai
hansna hai ke aansu peena hai
ik raat mujhe to jeena hai
main chali piya ki oar
jawaani aisi hai munhjor
ki ghunghru toot gaye
ho o
ki ghunghru toot gaye

reahta thha jo mere khwaabon mein
tasweer thhi jiski aankhon mein
rehta tha jo mere khwaabon mein
tasweer thhi jiski aankhon mein
baaje hai kahin bhi shehnaayi
main samjhi milan ki raat aayi
baaje hai kahin bhi shehnaayi
main samjhi milan ki raat aayi
main aisi hui behaal
main aisi hui behaal
kuchh aisi uljhi meri chaal
ke ghunghru toot gaye
ho o
ke ghunghru
ghunghru re ghunghru re ghunghru re
ghunghru toot gaye

kuchh der ka ye afsaana hai
bas dil ko yahi samjhaana hai
kuchh der ka ye afsaana hai
bas dil ko yahi samjhaana hai
zanjeer main jis’se ghaayal thhi
duniya ki nazar mein paayal thhi
zanjeer main jis’se ghaayal thhi
duniya ki nazar mein paayal thhi
wo aaj kate zanjeer
chalaaya maine aisa teer
ke ghunghru toot gaye
maine chhod di kab ki laaj
mai aisa jhoom ke naachi aaj
ke ghunghru toot gaye
aa aa aa
ki ghunghru toot gaye
ae o o
ke ghunghru toot gaye


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 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.

Hullo to all in Atuldom

Wishing all a Merry Christmas. Also remembering Guru Gobind Singh on his 351st Jayanti today. I know for Christmas we should say “Merry Christmas” but unfortunately, what does one wish for Guru Gobind Singh Jayanthi. My apologies to all our Sikh friends for my ignorance.
I believe there is a confusion regarding the exact date. As per the Gregorian calendar it could be any date from December 22nd to January 15th as the Indian calendar says Saptami of Shukla Paksh in Paush month. I also read in some newspapers that there are almost weeklong celebrations in many parts of India.

But my today’s post is to remember one of India’s topmost music director of the 40s, 50s & 60s. He began by assisting Ustaad Jhande Khan, Ustaad Mushtaq Hussain etc in the late 30s. He composed for his first independent film “Prem Nagar” in 1940 and with A.R. Kardar’s “Nayi Duniya” (1942) he got his first credit as music director. Now I know that all the stalwart- followers of this blog would have guessed that I am talking about Naushad.

Something which I realised as I sat to write this post is “wow! Yesterday was Mohd. Rafi’s birth anniversary and today is Naushad saab’s. Interesting”

As I always say, I am no authority to write about any of the stalwarts that graced the Bollywood film scene in the golden era of Hindi film music. Or for that matter of any age and time as I only love the music created by them and don’t know anything personally, whatever I know is hearsay or whatever I have read up over the years. But our Rajaji had written a very beautiful post Duniya chhote yaar na chhoote on the occasion of Naushad’s death anniversary.

Without much build-up I will come directly to today’s song. I was looking for a song that would bring Mohd. Rafi and Naushadsaab together and also fulfil the criteria of being from my growing up years. I landed on “Dharam Kanta”. This movie had six songs of which three were duets- Mohd. Rafi with Bhupinder (already posted) and with Asha Bhonsle two songs- one is posted. Here is the next one. The songs of the movie were penned by Majrooh Sultanpuri.


Song-Tera naam liya dil thhaam liya (Dharam Kaanta)(1982) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Rafi, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-Naushad

Lyrics

dil ke bazaar mein
daulat nahin dekhi jaati
pyar ho jaaye toh
soorat nahin dekhi ee jaati
aaaaa aaaaaa
aaaaaa aaaaaa
ek adaa par yeh dil o jaan
nichhaawar kar doon oon oon
maal achchaa ho toh keemat nahin dekhi ee jaati

ulfat ko zamaan kya jaane
aaaaaa
aaa aaa aaa
ulfat ko zamaana kya jaane
ulfat se toh hamne kaam liya
ke tera naam liya
dil thhaam liya
tera naam liya
dil thhaam liya
tera naam liya
naam liya
naam liya
tera naam liya
dil thhaam liya
tera naam liya
hum bhi to inhin do baaton par
badnam huye
ilzaam liya
ke tera naam liya
dil thhaam liya
tera naam liya
dil thhaam liya
tera naam liya
naam liya
naam liya
tera naam liya
dil thhaam liya
tera naam liya

parda bhi hai
aur parda bhi nahin
jalwa bhi hai
aur jalwa bhi nahin
aaa aaa aaaa
aaa aaa aaa aa
chilman kahin padi ho
sarakti zaroor hai
dilwaalon ki nigaah
pahunchti zaroor hai
kangan ho choodiya hon
magar pichchli raat ko
koi na koi cheez khanakti zaroor hai ae
parda bhi hai
aur parda bhi nahin
jalwa bhi hai
aur jalwa bhi nahin
jalwa bhi hai
aur jalwa bhi nahin
andaaz yahi dikhlaake sanam
dil toone mera bedaam liya
ke tera naam liya

dil thhaam liya
tera naam liya
dil thhaam liya
tera naam liya
dil thhaam liya
tera naam liya
dil thhaam liya
tera naam liya
naam liya
naam liya
tera naam liya
dil thhaam liya
haan tera naam liya
dil thaam liya
haan tera naam liya


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.

Today is the 5th remembrance day of Rajesh Khanna – the first and only Superstar of Hindi cinema. Today I present on our blog, another lovely nice – hummable song from the movie ‘Bundalbaaz’, sung by Kishore Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar.
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“Nateeja”(1969) was produced by Jugal Kishore and is directed by Rajesh Nanda. The movie had Vinod Khanna and Bindu in lead roles, supported by KN Singh, Jugal Kishore, Junior Mehmood etc as well.
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“Wo Din Yaad Karo” (1971) was produced and directed by K Amarnath. The movie had Nanda, Sanjay Khan, Shashikala, Mehmood, Madan Puri, Rajan Haksar, Tuntun, Dhumal, Wasti etc in it.
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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 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.

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 45 # ‘Sahir Ludhianvi – in remembrance #
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Today (25th October 2016) is the ‘thirty-sixth ‘death anniversary of Sahir Ludhianvi (08th March’ 1921 – 25th Oct’1980).
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This article is written by Bharat Upadhyay, 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.

Genius of Jaidev – 36
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1969 film ‘Jiyo Aur Jeene Do’ was produced by Apsara Arts, Bombay (now Mumbai) and directed by B Mastaan. The star cast consisted of Tanuja, Shailesh Kumar, Jeevan, Helen, Mohan Choti, Chand Usmani, Uma Dutt, Kundan, Meenakshi etc. Jaidev composed the music and there were two lyricists for the film, Naqsh Layalpuri and Hasrat Jaipuri.
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