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Hullo Atuldom

Two Indian actors were born in 1938 one in Calcutta and another in Surat. Both had their first movies around 1960/61. But their first film together happened sometime in 1977/78. “Mukti” (1977) was perhaps the first time they acted together. I am speaking of Shashi Kapoor (18th March 1938) & Sanjeev Kumar (9th July 1938), post which they were seen in 9/10 movies, the last of which released in 1989. I discovered this movie just before I began writing this post. The print that is available online is not very good but it gives a fair idea of the film.

“Oonch Neech Beech” was a movie produced by Jagdish Varma and directed by Wasi Khan (never heard of these names). Music direction was by Laxmikant Pyarelal and Dr. Rahi Masoom Reza, Anjaan & Aziz Qaisi (another new name) were the lyricists. Nitin Mukesh, Kamlesh Awasthi, Suresh Wadkar, Mahendra Kapoor were the playback singers. Raageshwari (according to various online sites, the titles card of the movie was not very helpful) was the only female singer used.
I have already mentioned that Shashi Kapoor & Sanjeev Kumar were in the cast. Additionally there were two power house performers- Shabana Azmi and Smita Patil. Then there were Kulbhushan Kharbanda, Nilu Phule, Sudhir, N.A. Ansari, Krishan Dhawan & Jagdish Raj playing important roles. The look that the cast sported in the movie was not like the way audiences were used to seeing them, specially the male in the cast. Shabana Azmi and Smita Patil carried looks that looked like extension of their realistic (meaning Art) films. The whole ambience of the film gave me a feeling that it was a long-in-the-making film. Readers may recall that Sanjeev Kumar had died in 1985 and Smita Patil in 1986. Possible that this may have been completed much before Sanjeev Kumar and Smita Patil died because the artists seem to have dubbed for themselves.

As for the storyline- Tulsi (Shabana Azmi) is a married woman who is deserted by her husband (Kulbhushan Kharbanda) at a railway station. Motilal (Shashi Kapoor) is the station master there and Hariram (Sanjeev Kumar) the coolie. These two try to help out Tulsi in her predicament, before Sumati (Smita Patil) enters the scene as Motilal’s wife. There is the usual misunderstanding between husband and wife as regards the relation that is between Tulsi and Motilal.
Here I would like to say that I am yet to see the full movie. I stopped seeing when I reached the song that we are having today. It is a multi-version song and I stopped seeing after the first version. Shashi Kapoor starts the song in Kamlesh Awasthi’s voice and Suresh Wadkar is playback for Sanjeev Kumar
Thinking of the cute actor of the Kapoor Khaandan today on his 5th anniversary. Shashi Kapoor passed away this date in 2017 (3 months before turning 80). He son Kunal Kapoor who had acted in afew films is essentially an Ad filmamker and daughter Sanjana who also featured in a some movies of the late 80s is now a theatre personality. Shashi Kapoor’s youngest son Karan Kapoor who began his journey as model for Bombay Dyeing etc is now into photography and settled in the UK.

P.S After writing the above post I finished seeing the movie. I found that the print that is available online has only one version of the song. Also the audio version on youtube is longer.

Audio (Part I)

Video (Part I)


Slow version

Song-Gaadi aati hai koi aayegaa (Oonch Neech Beech)(1989) Singers-Kamlesh Awasthi, Suresh Wadkar/ Suresh Wadkar, Rajeshwari Laxmikant, Lyrics-Rahi Masoom Raza, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

gaadi aati hai
koi aayega
gaadi jaati hai
koi jaayega
gaadi aati hai
koi aayega
gaadi jaati hai
koi jaayega
zindagi ka
ye safar hai
koi khoyega
koi paayega
gaadi aati hai
koi aayega
gaadi jaati hai
koi jaayega
zindagi ka
ye safar hai
koi khoyega koi paayega

dil lage ae ae
faayda kya
bhool je ae faayada kya
yaad rakhna dil ki aadat
bhool jaana bhi museebat
ho yaad rakna dil ki aadat
ho bhool jaana bhi museebat
yaad aana hoga jisko
yaad aayega
dil jalayega
gaadi aati hai
koi aayega
gaadi jaati hai
koi jaayega
zindagi ka ye safar hai
koi khoyega
koi paayega

dushmani kya
dosti kya
raat kya hai
raushni kya
aadmi hi aadmi hai
sab yahaan par ajnabi hain
pyaas ke is raaste par
dhoop barsegi
baadal chhayega
gaadi aati hai
koi aayega
gaadi jaati hai
koi jaayega
zindagi ka
ye safar hai
koi khoyega
koi paayega

uska aana
ek safar hai
uska jaana
ik safar hai
door bhi hai
paas bhi hai
kiske bas mein zindagi hai
sabz signal
laal signal
koi royega
koi gaayega
gaadi aati hai
koi aayega
gaadi jaati hai
koi jaayega
zindagi ka
ye safar hai
koi khoyega
koi paayega
gaadi aati hai
koi aayega
gaadi jaati hai
koi jaayega
zindagi ka
ye safar hai
koi khoyega
koi paayega

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Slow version
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Suresh Wadkar, Rajeshwari Laxmikant
Rajeshwari Laxmikant + unknown child voice
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Gaadi aati hai
koi aayegaa
gaadi jaati hai
koi jaayegaa
zindagi ka ye safar hai
koi khoyega
koi paayegaa

Gaadi aati hai
koi aayegaa
gaadi jaati hai
koi jaayegaa
zindagi ka ye safar hai
koi khoyega
koi paayegaa
Gaadi aati hai
koi aayegaa
gaadi jaati hai
koi jaayegaa
zindagi ka ye safar hai
koi khoyega
koi paayegaa

Gaadi aati hai
koi aayegaa
gaadi jaati hai
koi jaayegaa
zindagi ka ye safar hai
koi khoyega
koi paayegaa


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

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5242 Post No. : 17239 Movie Count :

4641

Pancham’s Music – Eighties (1981-1990) -9 (1989)
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Welcome all to this post covering Pancham’s music during the decade of eighties or 1981-1990.

This post comes after a long gap of almost five months.

In today’s post we move on to Pancham’s music in 1989.

Let us first take a look at the number of movies with music by R.D. Burman during the period from 1981 to 1988.

Sr.No. Year No. of movies with music by Pancham
01 1981 20
02 1982 15
03 1983 19
04 1984 17
05 1985 18
06 1986 07
07 1987 09
08 1988 06

In the year ‘1989’, six Hindi movies with music by R.D. Burman were released.

Here is the list of these movies.

Sno Movie Title Director Lyricist Date of Censor Certificate Status on the Blog
1 Aag Se Khelenge Bhaskar Shetty Anand Bakshi 30.08.1989
2 Bahuraani Manick Chatterjee Anjaan 18.12.1989
3 Dost K. Murali Mohan Rao Indeevar 23.06.1989
4 Joshile/Joshilay Sibte Hasan Rizvi Javed Akhtar 10.01.1989
5 Jurrat David Dhawan Anand Bakshi 12.12.1989 1 of 6 songs posted
6 Parindaa Vidhu Vinod Chopra Khursheed Hallauri 31.08.1989 4 of 7 songs posted

For today’s presentation I have selected a song from the movie ‘Joshilay’.

“Joshilay-1989” was directed by Sibte Hasan Rizvi for ‘New World Enterprises’. It had Sunny Deol, Anil Kapoor, Sridevi, Meenakshi Sheshadri, Kulbhushan Kharbanda, Satyen Kappu, Alok Nath, Prema Narayan, Rajesh Puri, Rama Vij, Bharat Bhushan and Master Jatin Khurana, Harjeet Walia, Hanif, Agarwal, Bhiku Verma, Jaspal Singh Sandhu, Hemant Mishra, K.L. Shetty, Deepak Kejriwal, Satish Kaushik, Kumud Tripathi, Ashok Sharma, Ami Asthana, Ravi Shastri, Mahendra, Arvind, Deep Dhillon.

This movie introduced Rajesh Vivek as ‘Jogi Thakur’.

Story, screenplay and dialogues of this movie were written by Javed Akhtar.

Editing of this movie was done by I.M. Kunnu.

Javed Akhtar also wrote the lyrics of the songs in this movie. As mentioned above music of this movie was composed by R.D. Burman.

“Joshilay” or “Joshile” was passed by Censor Board on 10.01.1989.

This movie has five songs as per details given below. (Though, the LP Vinyl cover of this movie mentions the following six soundtracks. It mentions the song ‘na jaa jaane jaa’ two times, but it is not clear if these are two different versions.)

SNo Song Title Singer
01 Na jaa jaane jaa Asha Bhonsle, R.D. Burman
02 Dhar dham chak lag gayi Asha Bhonsle
03 Joshilay shahzaade hain Kishore Kumar
04 Dhak dhak jiyaa kare Asha Bhonsle, Usha Mangeshkar
05 Dhola dhol manjira baaje re Asha Bhonsle, Suresh Wadkar
06 Na jaa jaane jaa Asha Bhonsle, R.D. Burman

As we can see in the above table Kishore Kumar, R.D. Burman, Asha Bhonsle, Suresh Wadkar and Usha Mangeshkar had given their voices to the songs in this movie. (The title of the movies doesn’t mention the name of Suresh Wadkar in the list of singers for this movie.)

The story of the movie is based on the regular ‘dacoit destroying the family- then the revenge by the children who were orphaned then and later grow up with only one aim of taking revenge for their parents killings.

Shekhar Kapoor was supposed to direct the movie initially but it seems that he left the movie in between which was later taken over for direction by the producer Sibte Hasan Rizvi himself.

I have not yet watched this movie.

Let us now move to today’s song which I have selected for its music specially. The prelude music of this song would remind many the prelude music of ‘chunri sambhaal gori…’. Today’s song is based on the ‘folk song of Rajasthan’ ‘dhhola dhhol manjira baaje re’.

It is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Suresh Wadkar and on screen it is lip-synced by Sridevi and Sunny Deol respectively. Also seen in the picturisation of this song is Anil Kapoor, Meenakshi Sheshadri and many others.

Enjoy this ‘folk-musical’ from Pancham for the lovely music, singing by Asha Bhonsle and Suresh Wadkar, and Sridevi’s steps in this musical composition.

With today’s song ‘Joshilay-1989’ makes its debut on the blog…


Song-O dhola dhol manjeera baaje re (Josheelay)(1989) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Suresh Wadkar, Lyrics-Jawed Akhtar, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

o dhhola dhhol manjeera
o dhhola dhhol manjeera aa
o dhhola dhhol manjeera
baaje re ae
kaali chheent ka ghaaghra
najaaraa maare re ae
dhhola dhhol manjeera
baaje re ae
kaali chheent ka ghaaghra
najaaraa maare re ae
dhhola dhhol manjeera
baaje re ae

aa aa aa aa aa aa aa aa aa
o dhhola dhhol manjeera
baaje re ae
pag paayal mein baandh loon
main chaand sitaare re ae
dhhola dhhol manjeera
baaje re ae
pag paayal mein baandh loon
main chaand sitaare re ae
dhhola dhhol manjeera
baaje re ae ae re ae ae

o o
tan gagar se chhalak rahaa hai
gori tera roop
ho ho o
tan gagar se chhalak rahaa hai
gori tera roop
is yauwan ki chaandni aur
in nainon ki dhoop
dhhola dhhol manjeera

aa ahaa
dhhola dhhol manjeera aa
o ho o
dhhola dhhol manjeera
baaje re ae
kaali chheent ka ghaaghra
najaaraa maare re ae
dhhola dhhol manjeera
baaje re ae ae

aa o o o o
dhhola dhhol manjeera
baaje re ae
pag paayal mein baandh loon
main chaand sitaare re ae
dhhola dhhol manjeera
baaje re ae ae ae ae
ae dhhola aa

o o o
main deewaani
tab ye jaani
kya hota hai pyaar
arey main deewaani
tab ye jaani
kya hota hai pyaar
man ke dwaare par jab aaya
koyi sajeelaa yaar
dhhola dhol manjeera
aa haa
dhhola dhhol manjeera
o dhhola dhhol manjeera
baaje re ae
pag paayal mein baandh loon
main chaand sitaare re ae
dhhola dhhol manjeera
baaje re ae ae ae
dhhola dhhol manjeera
baaje re ae

o o o prem nagar ka jogi hoon main
thhaam le mera haath
arey prem nagar ka jogi hoon main
thhaam le mera haath

arey chaahe jidhar le jaao jogi
ab jogan hain saath
dhhola dhol manjeera
(chhk chhk )
dhhola dhhol manjeera
ae he ae
dhhola dhhol manjeera
baaje re ae
pag paayal mein baandh loon
main chaand sitaare re ae
dhhola dhhol manjeera
baaje re ae ae ae ae
dhhola dhhol manjeera
baaje re ae ae
ho o o o
dhhola dhhol manjeera
baaje re ae
kaali chheent ka ghaaghra
najaaraa maare re ae
dhhola dhhol manjeera
baaje re ae

baaje re ae
baaje re ae
baaje re ae


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5225 Post No. : 17218

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2012-2022) – Song No. 124
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Ten years back on this date viz on 7 October 2012, five songs from five movies were covered on the blog. Here are the details:-

Blog post number Song Movie (Year) Remarks
6960 Palat tera dhyaan kidhar hai Sanjog (1943) Movie YIPPEED by now
6961 Hamen tujh bin kaun sambhaale Door Gagan Ki Chhaaon Mein (1964) Movie YIPPEED by now
6962 Udhar wo chaal chalte hain Ek Musaafir Ek Haseena (1962) Movie YIPPEED by now
6963 Aaj madhosh huaa jaaye re Sharmilee (1971) Movie YIPPEED by now
6964 Surmayee ankhiyon mein nanha munna ek sapna de ja re Sadmaa (1983) 4 songs covered out of 6 by now

We can observe that four movies (out of five) whose songs were covered on this date ten years ago (7 november 2012) have since been YIPPEEd.

That leaves us with only one movie that remains unYIPPEED and therefore is eligible for Blog Ten Year Challenge today (7 november 2022).

That movie is “Sadmaa”(1983).

“Sadmaa”(1983) was produced by Romu N Sippy and Raj N Sippy and directed by Balu Mahendra. This movie was a remake of Tamil movie ”Moondram Pirai” (1982).

“Sadmaa”(1983) had Kamal Hassan,Sridevi,Silk Smita,Gulshan Grover,Paintal, Padma Chauhan, Dr.Sri.Ram Lagoo, Somayaajulu,Ashalata Wabgaaonkar,Arvind Deshpande,Viju Khote,Birbal, H.J.Imam,Leela Misra,Jansi,Ifthekar,Anand Balraj etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Four songs have been covered so far.

Here is the fifth song from “Sadmaa”(1983) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle, Suresh Wadkar and chorus. The song is penned by Gulzar. Music is composed by Ilaiyaraja.

The song is picturised on Anand Balraj aka Andy Balraj and Sridevi.

Lyrics of the song and other details were sent to me by Prakahchandra.

audio link(full)

video link(partial)

Song-Ye hawaa ye fizaa (Sadmaa)(1983) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Suresh Wadkar, Lyrics-Gulzar, MD-Ilaiyaraja
Male chorus
Female chorus
Male +female chorus

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

laalaalalaa
lalalaalalalaa
laaaalaaaaaa lallalalaala
lalalalaaaaaaa
lalalalaaaaaa
lalalalaaaa
lalalalaaaa
lalalalaaaaa

ye hawaa
ye fizaa
deewaanon ke ae
maikhaane hain
ye hawaa
ye fizaa
deewaanon ke ae
maikhaane hain
kabhi yeh kabhi woh
kabhi woh jalaa
yeh mitaa ye giraa
aur woh jalaa…aaaaaa
aawaaraa
parwaane
deewaane hain
deewaane hain
ye hawaa
ye fizaa
deewaanon ke ae
maikhaane hain

aaaa……aa…..a…aaaaaaaa
aaaa……aa…..a…aaaaaaaa
aaaa……aa…..a…aaaaaaaa
aaaa……aa…..a…aaaaaaaaaaa
haaaan
maikhaanaa aur yeh udaasi kyun

lalaa
saagar kinaare rooh pyaassi kyun
lalaalaalaa
maikhaanaa mehfil hai deewaanon ki
dewaanon mein yeh sanyaasi kyun
mausam khulaa hai
zaraa gungunaao

jhoole banaa ke nashe ke jhulaao
hoooo
phir aissaa mausam miley na miley deewaano…ooooo
ye hawaa
ye fizaa
deewaanon ke maikhaane hain

kabhi yeh kabhi woh
kabhi woh jalaa…aaaa
yeh mitaa ye giraa
aur woh jalaa…aaaaa…aaaa
aawaaraa
parwaane
deewaane hain
deewaane hain

tataa tagadaga tagataa tataa tagataa tagadagaaa taaa
tataa tagadugu tagataa tataa tataaa tagadugoo tagadugoo doooo
tagattaattaa tagatagataga taga taga taga taga
tagataattaa tagaa tataa tataa thaaaa

ae ae tadataataa tadatagataga tada tada tadaa tadaa
tadataataa tadatagataga tada tadoo
tadatatadoo doo tut u
doo tu doo doo tu tu tu
doo tu doo doo tu tu tu
doo tu doo doo tu tu tu
doo tu tu doo doo tu tu
tagata tagata
tagata tagata
tagata tagata
tagata tagata
tagata tagata
tagata tagata
tagata tagata
tagata tagata taga taga taga thaaa…aaa….aaaaaa
jalne ki seene mein tamanna hai

lalaa
shamma pe jaanaa aur jalnaa hai
lalalalaa
dil ki zaraa si chingaari par
saari umar ka pighalnaa hai ae ae
gar khaak ho jaao toh khaak/saath hokar
rehnaa fizaa mein bade khwaab hokar
hooo
phir aissaa mazaaa phir miley na miley deewaano…ooo
haan ye hawaa
ye fizaa
deewaanon ke maikhaane hain

ye hawaa
ye fizaa
deewaanon ke maikhaane hain

kabhi yeh kabhi woh
kabhi woh jalaa
yeh mitaa ye giraa
aur woh jalaa…aaaaa
aawaaraa
parwaane ae ae
deewaane hain ae
deewaane hain
ye hawaa
ye fizaa
deewaanon ke ae maikhaane hain
lallalaaaa
lallalaaaaaa
lalalaaaa
lalalaaaaaa
lalallaaaa
lalalalaaaaa
lalallaaaa
lalalaaaaaa


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

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5161 Post No. : 17126

Hullo Atuldom

‘Prem Rog’ (1982) was a film produced by Raj Kapoor’s RK Film’s and directed by Raj Kapoor himself. It had Rishi Kapoor and Shammi Kapoor from the Kapoor clan heading the cast with Padmini Kolhapure, Nanda, Kulbhushan Kharbanda, Raza Murad, Leela Mishra, Sushma Seth, Bindu, Om Prakash, Kiran Vairale featuring in prominent roles/characters. Vijendra Ghatge, Rajendranath, Tanuja, Asha Sachdev, Monty Nath, Dulari and Dina Pathak featured in either special or guest appearances.

The story was based on the issue of widow remarriage which I am sure is never a dated topic. There is a very poignant dialogue which Shammi Kapoor (as Bade Raja Thakur) says towards the end of the film which meant that “we (The Thakurs) lay down rules for the public to follow and move on in life but in reality we are ourselves bound by age-old customs.” (The original dialogue, as written by Jainendra Jain is “हम लोग दोहरी ज़िंदगी जीते हैं, दूसरों के लिए और, अपने लिए कुछ और। ये सब दिखावा है। मगर हमारे यहाँ विधवा की दूसरी शादी नहीं हुआ करती।”).  The story was written by Smt. Kamna Chandra. Pandit Narendra Sharma and Santosh Anand were the lyricists and Laxmikant Pyarelal were the music directors. Sudha Malhotra, Lata Mangeshkar, Suresh Wadkar and Anwar were the playback singers used.

An interesting titbit on the film is that it was the first time that Shammi Kapoor acted in a RK Film, almost 30 years after Raj Kapoor established the banner. Although they had appeared together in ‘Char Dil Char Rahen’ in 1959 and also appeared in a guest appearance in a song of Manmohan Desai’s 1981 release ‘Naseeb’. Raj Kapoor had cast Shashi Kapoor in his ‘Satyam Shivam Sundaram’ (SSS) (1978) and a few of the earlier films of RK Banner.

‘SSS’ had Padmini Kolhapure play the childhood of Zeenat Aman and ‘Prem Rog’ (after four years since “SSS”) saw Padmini play one of her first adult roles. (Nasir Hussain’s ‘Zamaane Ko Dikhana Hai’ also had Padmini play an adult role and that released before ‘Prem Rog’) Padmini went on to win the Filmfare award for Best Actress in that year.

We have four songs from film on the blog. Today we are revisiting the film on the occasion of Rishi Kapoor’s birth anniversary- he would have turned 70. He had some different types of roles post 2000 with films like ‘Raju Chacha’, ‘Kuchh Khatti Kuchh Meethi’, ‘Agneepath’ etc and he tasted a different success. The highlight of this period of his career was his on-screen reunion with Amitabh Bachchan in “102 Not Out” when both played old-aged father-son duo.

He was nominated in the Best Supporting actor and Best Actor in a Comic role for playing a 90-year-old grandfather whose heart-attack is instrumental in bringing his dysfunctional family together for a ‘final family photo’ which will be captioned “Kapoor & Sons, since 1921” (that was also the title of the movie). Chintu a.k.a Rishi Kapoor won the Filmfare for this role. Other than this he was an National Award winner for ‘Mera Naam Joker’ (1970), Filmfare award winner for ‘Bobby’ (1973).

With today’s song we shall also wish (belatedly) Pyarelal Sharma of the Laxmi-Pyare duo on turning a year younger on 3rd September. He has given us so many lovely, melodious moments since the early 60s in the company of Laxmikant Kudalkar after having started as assistants to the big-names of Bollywood music. In all 174 songs composed by the duo appeared in the Finals of Binaca Geetmala. The stats page of the blog says they have composed 2900 songs, in about 635 films, of which the blog has 942 i.e. we are not even halfway in covering the songs composed by Laxmi-Pyare. The first film of the duo came in 1963 and the last film on which they worked together was in 1998. Pyarelal has been seen on Television in recent times as special judge on many musical shows. Wishing him good health.

Here is the song in the voice of Suresh Wadkar that comes at the start of the movie. It shows Rishi Kapoor dressed simply in a shirt devoid of the blazers, jerseys and mufflers that he was famous for. The song is written by Santosh Anand.

Video

Audio (Longer)

Song-Main hoon prem rogi meri dawa to karaao (Prem Rog)(1982) Singer-Suresh Wadkar, Lyrics-Santosh Anand, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
Female chorus
Male chorus
All Chorus

Lyrics
(Based on Audio Clip)

ho o o

are kuchh nahin een
kuchh nahin een
are kuchh nahin een
kuch nahin een
phir kuchh nahin hai bhaata
jab rog ye lag jaata
main hoon prem rogi
haan main hoon prem rogi meri dawa to karaao
main hoon prem rogi meri dawa to karaao
jaao jaao jaao kisi vaid ko bulaao
main hoon prem rogi
phir kuchh nahin hai bhaata
jab rog ye lag jaata
main hoon prem rogi meri dawa to karaao
main hoon prem rogi

kuchh samjha aur kuchh samajh na paaya
kuchh samjha aur kuchh samajh na paaya
dil waale ka dil bhar aaya
aur kabhi socha jaayega
kya kuchh khoya
kya kuchh paaya
ja tan laage vo tan jaane
ja tan laage vo tan jaane
aisi hai is rog ki maaya
meri is halaat ko
haan meri is haalat ko najar na lagaao
meri is haalat ko nazar na lagaao
o jaao jaao kisi vaid ko bulaao
main hoon prem rogi

ho o
ho o o

ho ho ho
ho ho ho
ho ho ho ho ho ho

ho ho ho
ho ho ho
ho ho ho ho ho ho

aa aa aa aa aa
(ho ho ho)
aa aa aa aa aa
(ho ho ho)
aa aa aa aa aa
(ho ho ho ho ho ho)
aa aa aa aa aa

 

ho o o
ho o o
ho o o
ho o o
soch raha hoon jag kya hota
soch raha hoon jag kya hota
ismein agar ye pyaar na hota
mausam ka ehsaas na hota
gul gulshan gulzaar na hota
hone ko kuchh bhi hota par
hone ko kuchh bhi hota par
ye sundar sansaar na hota
mere in khayaalon mein
mere in khayaalon mein tum bhi doob jaao
mere in khayalon mein tum bhi doob jaao
jaao jaao jaao kisi vaid ko bulaao
main hoon prem rogi

yaaro hai wo kismat waala
prem rog jise lag jaata hai
sukh-dukh ka usey hosh nahin hai
apni lau main ram jaata hai
har pal khud hi khud hansta hai
har pal khud hi khud rota hai
ye rog laa-ilaaj sahi
phir bhi kuchh karaao
o jaao jaao jaao
are jaao jaao jaao
mere vaid ko bulaao
mera ilaaj karaao
aur nahin koi toh mere yaar ko bulaao
o jaao jaao jaao mere dildaar ko bulaao
o jaao jaao jaao mere yaar ko bulaao
main hu prem rogi

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

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir Kapur)
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हो ओ ओ

अरे कुछ नहीं
कुछ नहीं
अरे कुछ नहीं
कुछ नहीं
फिर कुछ नहीं है भाता
जब रोग ये लग जाता
मैं हूँ प्रेम रोगी
हाँ’ मैं हूँ प्रेम रोगी मेरी दवा तो कराओ
जाओ जाओ जाओ किसी वैद को बुलाओ
मैं हूँ प्रेम रोगी
फिर कुछ नहीं है भाता
जब रोग ये लग जाता
मैं हूँ प्रेम रोगी मेरी दवा तो कराओ
मैं हूँ प्रेम रोगी

कुछ समझा और कुछ समझ ना पाया
कुछ समझा और कुछ समझ ना पाया
दिल वाले का दिल भर आया
और कभी सोचा जाएगा
क्या कुछ खोया
क्या कुछ पाया
जा तन लागे वो तन जाने
जा तन लागे वो तन जाने
ऐसी है इस रोग की माया
मेरी इस हालत को
हाँ मेरी इस हालत को को नज़र ना लगाओ
मेरी इस हालत को को नज़र ना लगाओ
ओ जाओ जाओ जाओ किसी वैद को बुलाओ
मैं हूँ प्रेम रोगी

हो ओ
हो ओ ओ

हो हो हो
हो हो हो
हो हो हो हो हो हो
हो हो हो
हो हो हो
हो हो हो हो हो हो
आ आ आ आ आ
(हो हो हो)
आ आ आ आ आ
(हो हो हो)
आ आ आ आ आ
(हो हो हो हो हो हो)
आ आ आ आ आ

हो ओ ओ
हो ओ ओ
हो ओ ओ
हो ओ ओ
सोच रहा हूँ जग क्या होता
सोच रहा हूँ जग क्या होता
इस में अगर ये प्यार न होता
मौसम का एहसास ना होता
गुल गुलशन गुलज़ार ना होता
होने को कुछ भी होता पर
होने को कुछ भी होता पर
ये सुंदर संसार ना होता
मेरे इन ख़यालों में
मेरे इन ख़यालों में तुम भी डूब जाओ
मेरे इन ख़यालों में तुम भी डूब जाओ
जाओ जाओ जाओ किसी वैद को बुलाओ
मैं हूँ प्रेम रोगी

यारो है वो किस्मत वाला
प्रेम रोग जिसे लग जाता है
सुख दुख का उसे होश नहीं है
अपनी लौ में राम जाता है
हर पल खुद ही खुद हँसता है
हर पल खुद ही खुद रोता है
ये रोग ला-इलाज सही
फिर भी कुछ कराओ
ओ जाओ जाओ जाओ
अरे जाओ जाओ जाओ
मेरे वैद को बुलाओ
मेरा इलाज कराओ
और नहीं कोई तो मेरे यार को बुलाओ
ओ जाओ जाओ जाओ मेरे दिलदार को बुलाओ
ओ जाओ जाओ जाओ मेरे यार को बुलाओ
मैं हूँ प्रेम रोगी’

आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ


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

Blog Day :

5144 Post No. : 17106

Today 18th August 2022 is the eighty-eighth birthday of Poet, Lyricst, Writer, Director, etc. Shri Sampooran Singh Kalra whom we know by his pen name ‘Gulzar’ (born on 18.08.1934).

Gulzar Saab has come a long way in the film industry starting from ‘Shriman Satyawadi’ (1960) and ‘Kabuliwaala’ (1961) to the recently released (on OTT) ‘Darlings-2022’ (where he wrote lyrics for a song).

Much has been written about him and most of us are well aware of his ‘cinematic excellence’ and his unique ‘poetry’ where he uses the ‘similes’ in his unique ways in his poetry and lyrics in Hindi Film Music.

There have been numerous posts on the blog about Gulzar Saab and there will be many coming in future. So, today, I am not going into the details of his movies and lyrics list which I like most or which have left an indelible mark on my mind. But I would like to mention here that while Gulzar Saab have done so much in all areas of writing, cinema, and poetry I have yet to read many of his works other than movies. However, in the case of movies I can say that I have watched many of the movies directed by him. And l loved them all.

One more thing which I am very fond of Gulzar Saab is his writings for children or his lyrics for the movies for children and the non-filmi albums of his for children (like ‘Karadi Tales etc). I would also like to mention his commentary in two audio albums one for film music i.e., ‘Fursat Ke Raat Din’ and one for Bhupen Hazarika’s song ‘Main Aur Mera Saaya’ which I like very much. Finally, I would like to mention his song for tele serial ‘Mirza Ghalib’ which is also one of my most favorite albums.

There are many things which one can write about him and his works in cinema and other than ‘cinema’. However, today we leave this for another day and straightway come to today’s song to celebrate Gulzar Saab’s birthday on the blog. (This song is lying with us since almost a decade now 😊).

This song is from the 1990 movie ‘Lekin’.

‘Lekin’ was directed by Gulzar for Dinanath Kala Mandir. Hridaynath Mangeshkar and Bal Phoole were the producers of this movie. It was presented by Lata Mangeshkar. This movie was passed by Censor Board on 29.08.1990.

It had Vinod Khanna, Dimple Kapadia, Amjad Khan, Alok Nath, Moon Moon Sen, Vijayendra Ghatge, Beena, Manohar Singh, Ram Mohan, Ajit Vachhani, Sunil Advani, Shabir Abbas, Masood Akhtar, Yash Sharma, GP Singh, Bashir Khan, Mohafiz Haider, S Madan, Harmeet Singh, Umesh Vyas, Mansi Upadhyay, Sapna Awasthy, Rashmi, Ahmed Siddiqui, and Baby Shabana Khan. Hema Malini made a guest appearance in this movie.

The story of this movie was written by Gulzar, who also wrote the screenplay, dialogues, and lyrics for this movie. Editing of this movie was done by Sadanand Shetty, Ravi, and Aadinath Mangeshkar.

This movie has eight soundtracks as mentioned on the blurb of the audio cassette of this movie. Music is composed by Hridaynath Mangeshkar. I like all songs of this movie very much and this is one of my most favorite albums. Today’s song is sung by Suresh Wadkar and on screen it is lip-synced by Vinod Khanna.

This movie is an interesting movie to watch, so nothing more about the movie here 😊

Let us listen to today’s song and enjoy Gulzar Saab’s poetry …

We wish Gulzar Saab a very happy birthday today and a happy, healthy and peaceful life ahead …

Over to the song now …

Video

Audio

Song-Surmayee shaam is tarah aaye (Lekin)(1990) Singer-Suresh Wadkar, Lyrics-Gulzar, MD-Hridaynath Mangeshkar

Lyrics

surmayee shaam is tarah aaye ae ae ae
surmayee shaam is tarah aaye
saans lete hain jis tarah saaye ae
surmayee shaam is tarah aaye
saans lete hain jis tarah saaye ae
surmayee shaam

koi aahat nahin badan ki kahin
phir bhi lagta hai tu yahin hai kahin
koi aahat nahin badan ki kahin
phir bhi lagta hai tu yahin hai kahin
waqt jaata sunaayee deta hai
tera saaya dikhayee deta hai ae
jaise khushboo nazar se chhoo jaaye
jaise khushboo nazar se chhoo jaaye
saans lete hain jis tarah saaye
surmayee shaam

din ka jo bhi pahar guzarta hai
koi ehsaan sa utarta hai
din ka jo bhi pahar guzarta hai
koi ehsaan sa utarta hai
waqt ke paaon dekhta hoon main
roz yeh chhaaon dekhta hoon main
aaaye jaise koi khayaal aaye
aaye jaise koi khayaal aaye
saans lete hain jis tarah saaye ae
surmayee shaam is tarah aaye
saans lete hain jis tarah saaye
surmayee shaam

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir Kapur)
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सुरमई शाम इस तरह आए
सुरमई शाम इस तरह आए
सांस लेते हैं जिस तरह साये
सुरमई शाम इस तरह आए
सांस लेते हैं जिस तरह साये
सुरमई शाम

कोई आहट नहीं बदन की कहीं
फिर भी लगता है तू यहीं है कहीं’
कोई आहट नहीं बदन की कहीं
फिर भी लगता है तू यहीं है कहीं’
वक़्त जाता सुनाई देता है
तेरा साया दिखाई देता है
जैसे खुशबू नज़र से छू जाये
सांस लेते हैं जिस तरह साये
सुरमई शाम

दिन का जो भी पहर गुज़रता है
कोई एहसान सा उतरता है
दिन का जो भी पहर गुज़रता है
कोई एहसान सा उतरता है
वक़्त के पाँव देखता हूँ मैं
रोज़ ये छांव देखता हूँ मैं
आए जैसे कोई खयाल आए
आए जैसे कोई खयाल आए
सांस लेते हैं जिस तरह साये
सुरमई शाम इस तरह आए
सांस लेते हैं जिस तरह साये
सुरमई शाम

 


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

Blog Day :

5133 Post No. : 17090

Hullo to all friends

I know it is rather late in the day to wish a ‘Happy Friendship Day’; but as the saying goes ‘Better Late Than Never’.

This morning my husband had a confused look on his face when he started receiving Friendship Day messages. He asked me “when is this day?”. The reason behind the question was – he had received friendship day messages last weekend too, on July 30th to be exact.

My reply (after a lot of googling, need not be the accurate answer)- “July 30th was the International Friendship Day as recognized by the United Nations General Assemby in 2011.”
The next question followed “Then why I am getting messages today?”

My reply – “In India Friendship Day is celebrated on first Sunday of August for some decades now. Personally I don’t know when all this began”.

On thinking deeper, do we really need any of these special days? Mother’s Day, Valentine’s Day, Father’s Day, Sibling Day, Grandparents Day, Son’s Day, Daughter’s Day, Friendship Day etc. Aren’t these relations part of our emotional framework? I can only see one purpose to these days- acknowledging the existence of these relations in our life when we are fortunate of them being there. Because we miss our friends, parents, and all loved ones when they are not there and away from us for some reason or they have been permanently removed from our life. It is good to appreciate them when they are there and not take them for granted.

Different matter that cynics would say the purpose of these DAYS is to increase the workload of postmen & courier services, greeting card makers and shops selling relevant gifts, flowers and chocolates. (good for economy Emoji) But let us not be cynics.

The first set of best friends or Best Friends Forever (BFF)- as the new generation would put it- were Krishna- Sudama, Karna- Duryodhana (my thinking, I may be wrong too).

All of us have our set of friends who have stood by us through thick and thin, in our good times and bad times. The ‘Friend in need is a friend Indeed” type. We have friends with whom we just need to see or dial and start talking as if there was no gap in between, as if we have been meeting or speaking every single day of the year. Today is the day to acknowledge the importance of all the friends in our life.

Do we have special songs for this occasion in Hindi Films? Yes of course. Any song with the words ‘yaar’, ‘yaari’, ‘dost’, ‘dosti’, will fit the bill for friendship day song and the blog has all the iconic and all-time hit songs that are marked in the ‘Dosti song’ and ‘Friendship song’ category.

August 7th happens to be the birthday of Suresh Wadkar. So we are having a song for Friendship Day in the voice of Suresh Wadkar. It is written by Khurshid Hallauri and composed by RD Burman. It is from the 1989 Vinod Chopra directed ‘Parinda’ a movie whose songs I simply love. The blog has three (there is two-version song) songs from this movie.

Prakashchandra ji had put a query in the comments section of the first song of this film “And Who is Khurshid Hallauri ??, the lyricist, Any one who has information about him, Please share with us.”
This is Avinashji’s reply to that query

“Here is a brief information about Khurshid Hallauri compiled from sources:
Khurshid Hallauri was born in 10 Feb 1938 in Mumbai (?). He is an Indian lyricist writing primarily for Hindi songs in Bollywood films / Albums.
Hallaur or Hallor village is located in Domariyaganj Tehsil of Siddharthnagar district in Uttar Pradesh, India. Domariyaganj is the nearest town to Hallaur village.

There are many of his videos on ‘Youtube’. But I think in movies he has only penned songs for ‘Parinda-1989’.”

Any further information on Khurshid Hallauri is welcome.

The song is filmed on Anupam Kher and Anil Kapoor who are childhood friends and are on the way to meet each other after a gap of some years. When the two were away -Anupam Kher for police training and Anil Kapoor for studies. The second singer for this all male duet is Shailendra Singh.
Thanking all my friends for being in my life and wishing Suresh Wadkar on his birthday.

Audio

Video

Song-Kitni hai pyaari pyaari dosti hamaari(Parinda)(1989) Singers-Suresh Wadkar, Shailendra Singh, Lyrics-Khursheed Halluri, MD-R D Burman
Unknown kid voice 1
Unknown kid voice 2
Unknown kid voice 3
Unknown kid Voice 4
Chorus in kid voices
Spoken Dialogues
Suresh Wadkar + Shailendra Singh

Lyrics

hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
lalalalala
laralalalala

kitni hai pyaari pyaari dosti hamaari
jo yaar ki khushi vo khushi hai hamaari

[paper paper paper]
[paper paper paper]

[andha hai kya]
[chal]

ek din zaroor humko mehnat ka phal milega
hum kaamyaab honge duniya se gham hatega

jag mein aman rahega
sabki khushi mein hogi yaaro khushi hamaari
jo yaar ki khushi vo khushi hai hamaari

seedhi sachchi raahen apnaana chaahte hain
kuchh ban ke is jahaan ko dikhlaana chaahte hain
dikhlaana chaahte hain
taaqat se darega
har aadmi hamaari

[aise nahin bolte bhaiya]
[taaqat se nahin]
[pyaar se saadgi se]

duniya ko jeet legi saadgi hamaari
jo yaar ki khushi vo khushi hai hamaari

[karan mujhe bahut darr lag raha hai]
[darr mat paro, main hoon na tere saath]
[karan mujhe kabhi nahin chhodna]
[nahin paro main tumhen kabhi nahin chhodunga, kabhi nahin]

dil kehta hai mujhse
aisa bhi koi aaye
jo pyaar se ye kahke mujhko gale lagaaye

mujhko gale lagaaye
chaand main tumhaara
tu chaandani hamaari

chaand main tumhaara tu chaandani hamaari
jo yaar ki khushi vo khushi hai hamaari

badhte huye kadam ye hargiz nahin rukenge
kaatenge saath jeevan
jab yaar se milenge
jab yaar se milenge
zindagi hum uski
vo zindagi hamaari

zindagi hum uski
vo zindagi hamaari
jo yaar ki khushi
vo khushi hai hamaari

kitni hai pyaari pyaari dosti hamaari
jo yaar ki khushi
vo khushi hai hamaari

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir Kapur)
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हम्म हम्म हम्म हम्म हम्म
हम्म हम्म हम्म हम्म हम्म
हम्म हम्म हम्म हम्म हम्म

ला ला ला ला ला
ला रा ला ला ला ला ला

कितनी है प्यारी दोस्ती हमारी
जो यार की खुशी वो खुशी है हमारी

[पेपर पेपर पेपर ]
[पेपर पेपर पेपर ]

[अंधा है क्या]
[चल]

एक दिन ज़रूर हमको मेहनत का फल मिलेगा
हम कामयाब होंगे दुनिया से ग़म हटेगा
जग में अमन रहेगा
सबकी खुशी में होगी यारो खुशी हमारी
जो यार की खुशी वो खुशी है हमारी

सीधी सच्ची राहें अपनाना चाहते हैं
कुछ बन के इस जहां को दिखलाना चाहते हैं
दिखलाना चाहते हैं
ताक़त से डरेगा
हर आदमी हमारी

[ऐसे नहीं बोलते भैया]
[ताक़त से नहीं’]
[प्यार से सागी से]

दुनिया को जीत लेगी सादगी हमारी
जो यार की खुशी वो खुशी है हमारी

[करण मुझे बहुत डर लग रहा है]
[डर मत पारो मैं हूँ ना तेरे साथ]
[करण मुझे कभी नहीं छोडना]
[नहीं पारो मैं तुम्हें कभी नहीं छोदूंगा कभी नहीं’]

दिल कहता है मुझसे
ऐसा भी कोई आए
जो प्यार से ये कह के’ मुझ को गले लगाए
मुझ को गले लगाए
चाँद मैं तुम्हारा
तू चाँदनी हमारी
चाँद मैं तुम्हारा तू चाँदनी हमारी
जो यार की खुशी वो खुशी है हमारी

बढ़ते हुये कदम ये हरगिज़ नहीं रुकेंगे
काटेंगे साथ जीवन
जब यार से मिलेंगे
जब यार से मिलेंगे
ज़िंदगी हम उसकी
वो ज़िंदगी हमारी
ज़िंदगी हम उसकी
वो ज़िंदगी हमारी
जो यार की खुशी है
वो खुशी हमारी
कितनी है प्यारी प्यारी दोस्ती हमारी
जो यार की खुशी है
वो खुशी हमारी


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

Blog Day :

5099 Post No. : 17032

Rajesh Khanna – The Phenomenon – 10
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Welcome all to this post which again is coming after a ‘long gap’ in this series. Well, I hope to conclude this series too at the earliest possible 🙂 .

In this tenth episode of ‘Rajesh Khanna – the Phenomenon’ we look at Rajesh Khanna movies in the year 1983. This was the year of Rajesh Khanna. He was back on the top with a bang. I don’t know if I should say this that he was reinstated as the ‘King of Bollywood’ once again.

The successes of the movies ‘Avtaar’, ‘Sautan’, and to an extent of the movie ‘Agar Tum Naa Hote’ brought Kaka back into the limelight again. Another movie ‘Nishaan’ starring Kaka which was also released during this year 1983 also performed well at the box-office. Though he had delivered some versatile performances and kept doing different roles during the period 1975 to 1978 he was still far away from that level of success which he had tasted before.

He finally got a big boost in 1983 after his continued good performances, critically acclaimed performances and some commercially hit performances in the previous years i.e. from 1979 to 1982. Hit movies like ‘Amardeep’ (1979), ’Thodisi Bewafaai’ (1980); critically acclaimed movies like ‘Red Rose’ (1980), ‘Phir Wohi Raat’ (1980); successful movies like ‘Bandish’ in 1980; and then multi-starrer hits like ‘Qudrat’ in 1981, and ‘Raajput’, ‘Ashaanti’, and ‘Dharam Kaanta’ in 1982 had finally paid off. With two back-to-back hits – ‘Avtaar’ and ‘Sautan’, where Kaka was the main lead and a semi-hit like ‘Agar Tum Naa Hote’, brought a new life to Kaka’s filmi career or his ‘second innings’ as it is generally said.

In the year 1983 the following five movies of Rajesh Khanna were released. Although the movie ‘Baabu’ was passed by Censor Board in 1983, I remember it was released in theaters in 1985. Knowledgeable readers can throw more light on this.

Sl. No. Movie Title Director Censor Date
01 Agar Tum Na Hote Lekh Tandon 27.10.1983
02 Avtaar Mohan Kumar 27.01.1983
03 Baabu^ A.C. Trilokchander 01.11.1983
04 Nishaan Surendra Mohan 06.01.1983
05 Sautan Sawan Kumar 24.05.1983

Today I present a song from the movie ‘Avtaar’. And since this year 1983 was a special year for Kaka, I would like to present more posts covering songs from this year. Let us see how it works.

‘Avtaar’ made its debut on the blog on 27.08.2012 with this song “Ho Ooperwaale Tera Jawaab Nahin” and I would like to quote below what Atul ji had written about this movie of Rajesh Khanna.

“Avtaar” (1983) was a movie of Rajesh Khanna during the second innings of his acting career when he was no longer a superstar. The movies in which Rajesh Khanna acted during this phase won critical acclaim though even if Rajesh Khanna came nowhere close to regaining his lost crown.

 

‘Avtaar’ was produced and directed by Mohan Kumar for his home productions Emkay Enterprises. It had Rajesh Khanna, Shabana Azmi, Sachin, AK Hangal, Sujit Kumar, Rajni Sharma, Madhu Malini, Yunus Parvez, Shashi Puri, Gulshan Grover, Pichoo Kapoor, Ranjan Grewal, Preeti Sapru and others. Madan Puri had a guest appearance in this movie.

Story of this movie was written by Mohan Kumar and Mushtaq Jalili. Screenplay of this movies was written by Mohan Kumar and dialogues were written by Mushtaq Jalili. Editing of this movie was done by Pratap Bhatt. It was passed by Censor Board on 27.01.1983. HFGK Vol-VI (1981-1985) mentions in the foot note of this movie page that this film was re-certified with English sub-titles by Censor Board on 06.05.1983.

The movie has five songs (including one two-part song) penned by Anand Bakshi and composed to music by Laxmikant-Pyarelal. So far two songs from this movie have been posted on the blog. This is the third song from this movie to be posted on the blog.

Today’s song is sung by Suresh Wadkar, Alka Yagnik, and Mahendra Kapoor. This song is picturized on Shashi Puri-Preeti Sapru, Gulshan Grover-Rajni Sharma. Both couples are lip syncing the voices of Suresh Wadkar and Alka Yagnik. Mahendra Kapoor’s voice is used for background score where we can see Rajesh Khanna working hard in his own garage and preparing himself for a greater challenge.

In the movie this song happens when Rajesh Khanna and Shabana Azmi have left their home as their sons have betrayed them. Sachin (Sewak) accompanies them and arranges a temporary shelter for them. Not only this, after listening the conversation between his master and bibi ji he understands what his master needs. He then donates his blood and from the money for the blood, he buys aujaar (tools) for his master so that he can start his own garage. Rajesh Khanna has an uphill task from here to turn the fortunes while his sons are enjoying with their friends. That is where this song takes place, and we have some meaningful lyrics to listen.

That was all around forty years back now.

And if we go back fifty years i.e. to the year 1973 we have the following movies of Rajesh Khanna released in that year.

Sl. No.

Movie Title Director

Censor Date

01

Aavishkaar Basu Bhattacharya

26.09.1973

02

Daagh Yash Chopra

30.03.1973

03

Namak Haraam Hrishikesh Mukherjee

19.11.1973

 

Let us listen to the today’s song now.

Song – Zindagi Mauj Udaane Ka Naam Hai (Avtaar) (1983) Singers – Suresh Wadkar, Alka Yagnik, Mahendra Kapoor, Lyrics – Anand Bakshi, MD – Laxmikant Pyaarelal
Suresh Wadkar + Alka Yagnik
Chorus

Lyrics 

taara ram
taara ram
tu tu ru tu ru
tu ru tu ru tu ru
zindagi mauj udaane ka naam hai
zindagi yaaron ki jawaani ka jaam hai
jaam hai
payaam hai
zindagi
taara ram
taara ram
tu tu ru
tu ru
tu ru

zindagi mauj udaane ka naam hai
zindagi yaaron ki jawaani ka jaam hai
jaam hai
payaam hai
zindagi

nahin nahin ye zindagi
to mehnaton ka naam hai
waqt hai bahut hi kam
aur bada kaam hai
waqt hai bahut hi kam
aur bada kaam hai
zindagi

ho jitney khushiyon ke sapne hain
yaaro wo saare apne hain
ta ra ra ra ram
ta ra ra ra ram
jitney khushiyon ke sapne hain
yaaro wo saare apne hain
gam to kisi begaane kaa naam hai
jaam hai
payaam hai
zindagi

kaisa ye riwaaj hai
duniya ki saraay mein
ped jala dhoop mein
log baithe saaye mein
ped jala dhoop mein
log baithe saaye mein
zindagi

haq pyaar kaa aaj ada kar doon
tujhpe jaan fida kar doon
ta ra ra ra ram
ho
ta ra ra ra ram
haq pyaar kaa aaj ada kar doon
tujhpe jaan fida kar doon
ho jeena yoon hi
mar jaane ka naam hai
jaam hai
payaam hai
zindagi

marta hai aadmi
sau baar janam leta hai
marta hai aadmi
sau baar janam leta hai
himmat ki kokh se
avtaar janam leta hai
himmat ki kokh se
avtaar janam leta hai

zindagi ee . . .



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

Blog Day :

5083 Post No. : 17007

Today’s song is from the movie ‘Kabhi Ajnabi Thhe’ (1984).

One song from this movie has been posted on the blog by our Respected Sadanand ji, – “Dil Ki Is Dehleez Tak Jo Mehmaan Ban Ke Aaye“. In his write up Sadanand ji has mentioned Indian cricket and Bollywood both enjoy enormous popularity among Indians”. Yes! Very rightly said by him and this has the case been with most of our country-men and particularly people like me who have grown up in the ‘seventies’. We loved movies and cricket at the same level and they have been an integral part of our ‘life’s journey’.

Today I will add a little to the nostalgia about cricket, a song from a movie where a cricketer was the main lead and memories of the month of June. As I had mentioned earlier ‘June’ has been special month for me for many reasons. It has birth anniversaries and other anniversaries of closed ones and many other important things of my personal journey.

Other than the personal anniversaries we have anniversaries related to cricket 😊, anniversary of my passing out board exam in June 1983 😊, and anniversaries of many movies and memories of many movies released in 1983. We have birth anniversary and remembrance days of many artists etc.

1983 had been a special year for me and particularly the summer of 1983. Every summer brings back many memories of the 1983 summer to me. India won its first Cricket World Cup in June 1983. The movie ‘83’ which was released in December 2021 revived the thrill and nostalgia of the 1983 cricket world cup. I watched this movie twice on its First day (i.e. first Friday) and again on ‘second Friday’ in theater. Recently again I watched this movie on OTT as I was alone at home 😊.

In this article I am not going to discuss the ‘Summer of 1983’ or ‘June of 1983’ anymore. But I will be taking you back to the summer of 1982. Indian cricket team was on tour to England in that summer of 1982.

Yes, I still remember how I jumped out of my bed, when I was listening to the commentary of radio of the second test of India vs England Test match that was played from June 24 to 28 at Manchester during India’s tour of England in 1982. It was 27th of June (since 1994 this day become very special day of my life, and yes, we have Pancham’s birthday on the same day too  😊).

27th June, 1982 was the fourth day of this test and the time in India then must have been around 10 or 10:30 pm (I do not remember it exactly now). I was lying down on bed and listening to the commentary of this match on radio. And I jumped from my bed and sat on my toes in half standing position when the commentator was giving a ball by ball commentary of the over England’s bowler Bob Willis (who was also the captain of England). The batsman on strike was India’s Sandeep Patil. The first ball was hit for a four and then followed four after four…

This was the famous ‘six fours of Sandeep Patil in an over…

Sandeep Patil made his test debut in 1980 and played his last ODI in 1986. He was always in news for his ‘destructive batting’ and ‘other than cricket’ activities. From cricket I always remember his 174 against Australia, then the ‘world cup’, and when he was specially called for a test with Pakistan at Nagpur (Oct’1983) where he landed by a special ‘air-craft’ provided Maharashtra Government.

In between his cricket career he had also done a movie. Today we are going to listen to a song from this movie. Though this movie was not a success it was in news and especially the chemistry between Sandeep Patil and the heroine of the movie Debashree Roy was a talk among our senior friends at that time. I have not watched this movie.

‘Kabhi Ajnabi Thhe’ was directed by Vijay Singh for VS Productions, Bombay. Vijay Singh not only directed this movie, but he was also the producer of this movie and had written dialogues of this movie and had done the editing of this movie too. The star cast of the movie has Poonam Dhillon, Sandeep Patil, Debashree Roy, Ram Sethi, Iftekhar, Ramesh Deo, Seema Deo, Narendra Nath, Birbal, Jugnu, Raj Anand, Chunnu Mehra, Vinay Mandke, Indrajeet Ahluwalia, and others. Sayyad Kirmani, Barrister Sheshrao Wankhede, Prabhu Desai, Vishwas Raut, Ashok Mankad, and Pinki had made a friendly appearance in this movie. Shakti Kapoor had made a guest appearance in this movie.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 25.09.1984.

The movie has seven songs written by two songwriters – Dev Kohli (five songs) and Ravindra Peepat (two songs). Music for this movie was composed by Vijay Singh himself. So, he had donned the ‘hats’ of Producer-Director-Editor-Dialogue writer and Music Director of this movie). Here is the list of songs of this movie.

S.No. Song title Lyricist Singer/s
01 Welcome To The Orkay Nite … Pehli Nazar Mein Pyaar Huaa Dev Kohli Suniti Devi, Vinay Mandke, Aenet, chorus
02 Kabhi Ajnabi Thhe Zameen Aasmaan Ye Ravindra Peepat Lata Mangeshkar, Suresh Wadkar
03 Aa Ja Mere Sanam, Baithhe Hain Raahon Mein Palken Bichha Ke Ravindra Peepat Lata Mangeshkar
04 Dil Ki Is Dehleez Tak Jo Mehmaan Ban Ke Aaye Dev Kohli Lata Mangeshkar
05 Geet Mere Honthhon Ko De Gaya Koi Dev Kohli Lata Mangeshkar
06 Is Dafaa Ham Na Ghataaon Ki Tarah Chhaayenge Dev Kohli Lata Mangeshkar
07 Dil Ki Is Dehleez Tak Jo Mehmaan Ban Ke Aaye Dev Kohli Ashok Khare

HFGK mentions the following names in the singer’s list of this movie i.e. Lata Mangeshkar, Suresh Wadkar, Suniti Devi, Ashok Khare, Vinay Mandke, and Vijay Singh. Today’s song is duet song sung by Lata Mangeshkar and Suresh Wadkar and on screen it is lip synced by Poonam Dhillon and Sandeep Patil.

Lyrics for the today’s songs are by Ravindra Peepat and music is composed by Vijay Singh.

As Sadanandji has mentioned in his post “The only plus point in the movie, if I may say so, is its music”. This movie has nice songs and I like all the songs of this movie except the songs listed at serial no. 1 in the above table which I think I had not listened or I do not remember it. Incidentally the first song from this movie was also posted in the month of June on 18.06.2016 :).

Let us enjoy the today’s song now…

Video

Audio

Song – Kabhi Ajnabi Thhe Zameen Aasmaan Ye (Kabhi Ajnabi Thhe) (1984) Singer – Lata Mangeshkar, Suresh Wadkar, Lyrics – Ravindra Peepat, MD – Vijay Singh
Lata Mangeshkar + Suresh Wadkar

Lyrics

kabhi ajnabi thhe
zameen aasmaan ye
tera haath thamaa jo
huye meharbaan ye

kabhi ajnabi thhe
zameen aasmaan ye
tera haath thamaa jo
huye meharbaan ye
kabhi ajnabi thhe

barsaat ye
pyaar ki
na rukegi
ab to ghataa
aur neeche jhukegi
barsaat ye
pyaar ki
na rukegi
ab to ghataa
aur neeche jhukegi
barson ki pyaasi
ye dil ki zameen hai
chal bheeg jaayen
jannat yahin hai

kabhi ajnabi thhe
zameen aasmaan ye
tera haath thamaa jo
huye meharbaan ye
kabhi ajnabi thhe

takdeer ke
faisle kaise kaise ae
shuru ho gaye
silsile kaise kaise
takdeer ke
faisle kaise kaise ae
shuru ho gaye
silsile kaise kaise
aayee bahaarein
aane se tere
khile gul hazaaron
gulshan mein mere

kabhi ajnabi thhe
zameen aasmaan ye ae
tera haath thamaa jo
huye meharbaan ye
kabhi ajnabi thhe

aa ha ha ha ha
hoon hoon hoon
oh ho o o o o
o o o o o o o

o o o o o o o
aa aa aa aa aa aa
o o o o o o o
aa aa aa aa aa aa

saajan mere
haath thaame hi chalna
rasta nayaa
har kadam pe sambhalna
saajan mere
haath thaame hi chalna
rasta nayaa
har kadam pe sambhalna
thokar lage to bhi
kuch gham nahi hai
saath jo mere
tu hamnasheen hai

kabhi ajnabi thhe
aa aa aa aa aa aa
zameen aasmaan ye
aa aa aa aa aa aa
tera haath thaama jo
aa aa aa aa aa aa o o o
huye meharbaan ye
kabhi ajnabi thhe
kabhi ajnabi thhe
zameen aasmaan ye
tera haath thaama jo
hue meharbaan ye

hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm

 


This article is written by Mahesh Mamadapur, 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 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 :

4913 Post No. : 16733

There have been two excellent reviews of 83 film which was released recently on 24 December 2021. As such there is not much to add to the review per se. But then the event itself is engraved in golden moments and letters in the annals of sporting history of our country. Well, there always was hockey in which we ruled the roost in those days. People had little doubts in their minds on the continued dominance of West Indies which had already won the first as well as the second world cup in 1975 and 79 respectively. Dark horses India created history by upsetting West Indies in the finals by successfully defending a modest score of 183 runs, a record which stands tall to this day.

Apart from songs and films, railways and cricket (of bygone era) remain amongst the favourite topics on the blog. So, when Avinash ji posted his euphoric post on having watched the film 83 first day first show, there was lot of buzz on our WhatsApp group and its was rather decided that whosoever watches the film should make attempts to write a post on the experiences of not only the film or the event but their own expectations, memories etc.

Well, I am here with my post and would request whatapp group members to ignore reading the next one-line para for obvious reasons and the cliché for which I have become rather infamous. 🙂

I was all but 9 in 1983, having born in Feb’74.

Thus, I knew about India having won the 1983-world cup only a few years later. [Sachin Tendulkar at 10 in the movie is seen dancing in the streets (on someone’s shoulders)]. As such, this post of mine could be some sort of damp squib for keen readers. To add to the misery of writing this post, I am not an avid follower of cricket or for that matter any sport. But, whenever India plays, I always follow up with keen interest. For the said reasons, I am yet to see a full IPL match and can say with enough conviction that I will never ever watch such a match. Further, I have almost completely stopped watching television and my TV table is now occupied by various indoor plants, a new hoppy which I have recently cultivated. Above the TV, creepers such as money plants and broken heart are scaling up the wall to reach the slab. 🙂

However, I have been following follow-up stories of 1983 world cup with all interests. I could completely understand what Kapil Dev’s unbeaten innings of 175 meant for the team, tournament and our country as a whole. With the advent of internet, I have visited web sites pertaining to cricket world cup several times and tried the understand the circumstances under which India went on to upset the two-time defending champions. A perfect example of dark horses turning out to be derby winners. A day after the match, London Times, a British newspaper apparently had the headline “Kapil’s men turn world upside down” on its front page.

With whatever little I have watched on cricket, Kris Srikkanth has been one of my favourite cricketers. In my opinion, he remains one of the few players who played mainly for the crowds. He successfully faced some of the most lethal fast bowlers of different teams.

I remember reading an article in India Today magazine wherein there was a beautiful article entirely dedicated to him. I had been searching for this article published in March 1987 all these years and with renewed interest, I happened to get hold of it in the magazines’ s archives articles. I would recommend readers to spare time to read the article. There have been many a great Indian cricket player over the years. But, the style, controlled aggression, antics on field etc, no one can match the peerless Kris Srikkanth.

Ball racing to the boundary like a bullet was the hallmark of his batting. For every ball that he faced it was always the viewers and not Kris Srikkanth who were afraid that the ball would end up disturbing the furniture behind. He long walks away from the crease towards square-leg umpire, frequent twisting of his nose, closing of his eyes in a flutter, the cursory glance at the skies as if he was reporting to someone after each ball, the meticulous and fast curling of the bat, his legs positioned wide apart on the crease while batting etc. will remain etched in active memories of avid lovers of the game.

Coming back to 1983, but remaining with Kris Srikkanth and his batting style, I am always happy of the fact that with a regal 38 he was the highest scorer of the finals in spite of a few towering batsmen on the opposite camp. Viv Richards scored 33 and that was the second highest individual score in the final.

With all such fond memories, the viewing of the film was for me like travelling back in a time machine. My wife along with my daughter studying II PU are now placed at D.K. Friday 24, the release date of the film, they ended up at U.K. on an unexpected, unplanned and a totally unscheduled visit. My wife has played this pleasant prank on me a couple of times and so even though it was quite surprising, it took just a nano second for me to realise that, yes, they were here for a visit.

On Saturday, 25 Dec, my daughter started this slow and silent campaign that we ought to watch a movie in the only (non-ac) theatre in this town. I do not even bother to follow up which movie plays as I do not go to theatres often. But in this case and to my inner delight it was 83 of all the films that was being screened on that day. And seeing that my daughter was killing time brooding and surfing net for tickets, story etc. I decided that the movie had to be watched anyhow. And so, I saw the film along with my daughter.

Watching films in movie theatres with my wife needs a special mention here. I was placed in Mumbai when I got married in 2003. (Yes, in 3 years, I will be slaying the seven-year itch for the third consecutive time)  🙂

Instead of watching some junk Hindi or Hollywood movie, I thought I would begin my married-life-film-watching-experiences-with-spouse by watching a scientific documentary in the newly opened world’s largest IMAX dome theatre at Bhakti Park, Wadala. My Monorail site was hardly half a km away from the theatre though my residence was far away.

I later realised that my excitement of watching a documentary in a dome theatre was wholly a one-way traffic. Having a keen interest in astronomy, I got rivetted to the documentary show on stars, planets and galaxies. Being a dome theatre, the seats were obviously push back as well as quite reclining on which my wife comfortably dozed off for the entire show. On completion of the show of which I was totally absorbed in, I asked my wife if she had enjoyed the show. She had a brutal reply that she had dozed off from the word go. I realised that we both were travelling in the vastness of space while the documentary was being screened. The only difference was that I had my eyes wide open.  🙂

Thus, being the experience (there were a few more), my wife decided to stay put at home for some house-hold chores and I accompanied my daughter for the 83 show.
The description of the movie has been amply presented in the two posts posted and will be elaborated more when others write in. And so, I will have limited non-chronological bullet-wise observations on the film.

• The film aptly starts with the now legendary catch taken by Kapil Dev dismissing a batsman who could have easily denied India the Cup. Viv Richards. As the ball tends to safely fall into the hands of Kapil Dev, the titles begin, and the movie starts.

• Ranveer Singh has gotten into the skin of the character he plays that of captain Kapil Dev himself. Many a times, his dialogue delivery is simply impeccable. Hats off to him for his efforts in portraying the role with such similarity.

• Kris Srikkanth remains what he has been to the team during their hey days and during the various film promos and stories told on TV earlier too, a complete entertainer.

• The film has tried to keep the aura of those days alive by displaying the runs scored, nature of batsman getting out etc. I only wish, they had more such displays and retained them for a bit longer time than shown in the movie.

• The mood of the nation, prior, during and after the tournament has been captured well.

• The unbeaten knock of 175 by Kapil Dev against Zimbabwe in a do or die match as well as that of the tournament should have been covered in more detail especially since the actual recording and telecast never happened.

• The rotating of the antenna by Indian public with TV sets for better reception brought back fond memories.  🙂

• The premonition of players and other officials remaining still in their positions in the pavilion when the batsman was in good flow is to be seen to be believed and appreciated.

• Kapil Dev pep talk in the dressing room should have been more elaborate and frequent even if they were in Hindi. It has been shown as if he hardly spoke which I feel could not have been the case.

• Kapil Dev’s encouragement talk to his players during the innings break that West Indies team have to still make the “paltry” 183 runs and we will not allow them to achieve it easily is quite emotional and superb.

• PR Man Singh, the Indian manager who accompanied the team to the tournament has been played quite well by Pankaj Tripathi of Mirzapur TV series fame. Given the time space he occupies in the film, Pankaj Tripathi had done full justice to the role. I understand he went to stay with the real Man Singh for a few days in Hyderabad to prepare himself for the role. Much appreciated.

• Wamiqa Gabbi plays Madan Lal’s wife. Why am I mentioning this? I really donno.  🙂  So, (Don’t) keep guessing.

The detailed wiki page of the film has a soundtrack length of about 54 minutes. For obvious reasons, there is no playback as far as songs are concerned. For many in this blog self included the names of present lyricists, singers, composers etc. are all Greek and Latin. Our Avinash ji offered me to send lyrics of any song that I could pick up in the film. That indeed would have made my task a lot easier and I thank him for the outreach.

However, surfing the net whilst writing the post, I came across a very apt song for the occasion. On 17 August 1983 Lata Mangeshkar apparently performed live in a concert in Delhi to facilitate and also raise funds for the winning team on their spectacular victory in the Cricket World Cup tournament.

Joining her in chorus were Nitin Mukesh, Suresh Wadkar and even members of the team including the captain himself. The song for the special occasion was written by renowned lyricist Indeewar and the tune composed by Hridaynath Mangeshkar. It gives me immense pleasure to bring forth this special song to the readers of the blog.

I would also like to reproduce a snap taken during the Cup award ceremony with Indians occupying the entire ground at Lord’s. It amply showcased the euphoric mood of our nation on winning the world cup in 1983.

Lastly, I would like to end the post with my strong conviction that it’s never too late to honour Kapil Dev with the Bharat Ratna for what he has achieved for our country.
Jai Hind.

Concert song sung on 17 August 1983.


Song-Bharat vishv Vijeta apna Bharat vishv vijeta (Patriotic NFS)(1983) Singers-Lata, Nitin Mukesh, Suresh Wadkar, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Hridaynath Mangeshkar

Lyrics

Bharat Vishv vijeta apna
Bharat Vishv vijeta
Bharat Vishv vijeta apna
Bharat Vishv vijeta
sang hai vishv vijeta apna
sang hai vishv vijeta
sang hai vishv vijeta apna
sang hai vishv vijeta
har ek disha mein vijay miley hamen
iska bal hai deta
har ek disha mein vijay miley hamen
iska bal hai deta
Bharat Vishv vijeta apna
Bharat Vishv vijeta
Bharat Vishv vijeta apna
Bharat Vishv vijeta

ek taraf Bharat ke khilaadi
ek taraf thha saara jahaan
ek taraf Bharat ke khilaadi
ek taraf thha saara jahaan
jahaan ekta wahaan safalta
jahaan manobal vijay wahaan
jahaan ekta wahaan safalta
jahaan manobal vijay wahaan
khele apne khilaadi yoon
thha kaun jo takkar leta
khele apne khilaadi yoon
thha kaun jo takkar leta
Bharat Vishv vijeta apna
Bharat Vishv vijeta
Bharat Vishv vijeta apna
Bharat Vishv vijeta
sang hai vishv vijeta apna
sang hai vishv vijeta
sang hai vishv vijeta apna
sang hai vishv vijeta

khel ki duniya mein Bharat ne
likha hai itihaas naya
khel ki duniya mein Bharat ne
likha hai itihaas naya
jeet sada kaayam rakhne ko
jaga hai vishwaas naya
jeet sada kaayam rakhne ko
jaga hai vishwaas naya
yahi haathh laye hain vijay ye
yahi to Bhaagy praneta
yahi haathh laye hain vijay ye
yahi to Bhaagy praneta
Bharat Vishv vijeta apna
Bharat Vishv vijeta
Bharat Vishv vijeta apna
Bharat Vishv vijeta
sang hai vishv vijeta apna
sang hai vishv vijeta
sang hai vishv vijeta apna
sang hai vishv vijeta

vande maatram, vande maatram, vande maatram
vande maatram, vande maatram, vande maatram
vande maatram, vande maatram, vande maatram
vande maatram, vande maatram, vande maatram

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Devnagri script lyrics
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भारत विश्व विजेता अपना,
भारत विश्व विजेता,
भारत विश्व विजेता अपना,
भारत विश्व विजेता |
संग है विश्व विजेता अपना,
संग है विश्व विजेता,
संग है विश्व विजेता अपना,
संग है विश्व विजेता |
हरेक दिशा में विजय मिले हमें,
इसका बल है देता,
हरेक दिशा में विजय मिले हमें,
इसका बल है देता |
भारत विश्व विजेता अपना,
भारत विश्व विजेता,
भारत विश्व विजेता अपना,
भारत विश्व विजेता |

एक तरफ भारत के खिलाडी,
एक तरफ था सारा जहाँ,
एक तरफ भारत के खिलाडी,
एक तरफ था सारा जहाँ |
जहां एकता, वहां सफलता,
जहां मनोबल, विजय वहां |
जहां एकता, वहां सफलता,
जहां मनोबल, विजय वहां |
खेले अपने खिलाडी यूं,
था कौन जो टक्कर लेता?
खेले अपने खिलाडी यूं,
था कौन जो टक्कर लेता?
भारत विश्व विजेता अपना,
भारत विश्व विजेता,
भारत विश्व विजेता अपना,
भारत विश्व विजेता |
संग है विश्व विजेता अपना,
संग है विश्व विजेता,
संग है विश्व विजेता अपना,
संग है विश्व विजेता |

खेल की दुनिया में भारत ने लिखा है इतिहास नया,
खेल की दुनिया में भारत ने लिखा है इतिहास नया,
जीत सदा कायम रखने को जगा है विश्वास नया |
जीत सदा कायम रखने को जगा है विश्वास नया |
यही हाथ लाए है विजय ये, यही तो भाग्य प्रणेता,
यही हाथ लाए है विजय ये, यही तो भाग्य प्रणेता |
भारत विश्व विजेता अपना, भारत विश्व विजेता,
भारत विश्व विजेता अपना, भारत विश्व विजेता |
संग है विश्व विजेता अपना, संग है विश्व विजेता,

वंदे मातरम, वंदे मातरम. वंदे मातरम |
वंदे मातरम, वंदे मातरम. वंदे मातरम |
वंदे मातरम, वंदे मातरम. वंदे मातरम |
वंदे मातरम, वंदे मातरम. वंदे मातरम |


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4768 Post No. : 16517 Movie Count :

4493

Hullo Atuldom

“Bond 303” (1985) was produced B.C. Devra and directed by Ravi Tandon. It was one of those movies that was in the making for a long time.

It was one of the three movies that had Jeetendra play a Spy- an Indian James Bond. His James Bond act began with his ‘mast bahaaron ka main aashiq’ in “Farz” (1967) continued with “Raksha” (1981) {in both these movies Jeetendra was Agent 116}. “Bond 303” was the third in that list.

This spy-movie had all the ingredients, a movie of this genre, required viz: a hero who looks handsome, can shake a leg, do action sequences with ease, and a bevy of lovely ladies. The lovely ladies of ‘Bond 303’ were headed Parveen Babi (in a double role), Jayshree T. and Helen. The list of supporting actors had Prem Chopra, Deven Verma, Tom Alter, Iftikhar, Satyen Kappu, Shreeram Lagoo, Dev Kumar, Yusuf Khan (a.k.a Zebisco of Amar Akbar Anthony).

The story was very simple:

There are terrorist attacks all over the world. Planes, trains, houses are blown to smithereens by unknown rockets! The one to call is India’s super agent Bond 303! When we first meet him he’s preoccupied with a dozen ladies and they all burst out in an intensive song-and-dance number! Bond 303 befriends a young smart scientist, played by the cool Parveen Babi and they start to gather information about the evil organization behind it all. But someone wants to stop them and sooner than you can say “curry” they are in gravy, oops they are in danger!

This Indian spy movie had five songs that were written by Gulshan Bawra and composed by R D Burman. Amit Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Suresh Wadkar, R D Burman, were the playback singers used. Today’s song is in the voices of Amit Kumar, Suresh Wadkar and Kalyani Mitra.

(The blog’s statistics page shows a name Kalyani Das Mitra whose 11 songs are there on the blog. I would like some knowledgeable follower to confirm if Kalyani Mitra and Kalyani Das Mitra are one and the same. The title song of ‘Saawan Ko Aane do’, posted on the blog, has Kalyani Mitra listed as playback singer.)
The song is a typical ‘roothna-manana’ song where Jeetendra and Deven Verma are seen trying to appease Parveen Babi and her companion. (I think that is Meenakshi Thakur, but I am not sure. Prakashchandraji, please help) The ladies are of course putting on an act of being upset with the boys.
We are wishing Suresh Wadkar on his 66th birthday. And remembering Gulshan Bawra on his 12th anniversary.

Audio

Video

Song-Arre main tera deewaana (Bond 303)(1985) Singers-Amit Kumar, Suresh Wadkar, Kalyani Mitra, Lyrics-Gulshan Baawra, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

ae ae ae he he he
ae he he he

chal yahaan se
yeh toh deewaane lagte hain

arre main tera deewaana
yeh kaise tune jaana
zara meri jaan yeh bata
suno dil waali
chaahe de tu gaali
chhodoon na peechha tera
ho ho ho
main tera deewaana
yeh kaise tune jaana
zara meri jaan ye bata
suno dil waali
chaahe de tu gaali
chhodoon na peechha tera
ha ha

he he heee
he he heee
awaara loafer
arre dabe dabe honthon mein chhupaati hai hansi
hansegi
arre phansegi
hansegi phansegi
haan dekho toh deewaanon ki udaati hai hansi
hansegi
ai phansegi
arre hansegi phansegi
dabe dabe honthon mein chhupaati hai hansi
arre dekho toh deewaanon ki udaati hai hansi
aise na dil jalaao
o ho ho
main tera deewaana
ye kaise tune jaana
jara meri jaan ye bata
suno dilwaali
chaahe de tu gali
chhodoon na peechha tera

yeh toh gunde hain
badmaash

he he
kisi ko toh degi dil kabhi na kabhi
ai haseen
arre dilnasheen
ai haseen dilnasheen
haan kabhi wali baat kyun na ho jaaye abhi
ai haseen
ai dilnasheen
arre ai haseen
ai dilnasheen
kisi ko to degi dil kabhi na kabhi
kabhi waali baat kyun na ho jaaye abhi
dil hai aashiq tera
o ho ho
main tera deewaana
yeh kaise tune jaana
zara meri jaan yeh bata
suno dil waali
chaahe de tu gali
chhodoon na peechha tera
la la la la
la la la la la
la la la la la
la la la la la
la la la la la


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