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Blog Day : 3671 Post No. : 14551

“Aaina”(1944) was directed by S M Yusuf for D R D Productions. This movie had Trilok Kapoor, Husn Bano, Kaushlya, Yakub, Gope, Yashodhara Katju, Rajkumari Shukla, Sulochana Chatterji, Mirza Musharraf, Leela Mishra, Sayyad Ahmad, Bibi, Sultan Bawa etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it that were composed by two music directors viz Fatah Ali Khan and Gulshan Soofi. HFGK mentions three songs as composed by Fateh Ali Khan and two songs as composed by Gulshan Soofi. Music directors for three remaining songs are not known.

Five songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the sixth song from “Aaina”(1944). This song is sung by Shama. Tanveer Naqvi is the lyricist of this song. Music director for this song is not known. I have provisionally considered Gulshan Soofi to be the composer of this song.

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


Song-Aansoo na bahaana (Aaina)(1944) Singer-Shama, Lyrics-Tanveer Naqvi, MD-Gulshan Soofi

Lyrics

aansu na bahaana
aankhon
aansu na bahaana
ye raaz hai dil ke
ye raaz hain dil ke
dil hi mein chhupaana
aansu na bahaana
aankhon
aansu na bahaana
aankhon

hai tumne jinhen ae
hai tumne jinhen
palkon ki chilman mein chhupaaya
hai tumne jinhen
palkon ki chilman mein chhupaaya
pardon mein khisaaya(?)
unhen ro kar na ganwaana
ro kar na ganawaana
aansu na bahaana
aankhon
aansu na bahaana
aankhon

tumse mili shikwa aa
taqdeer hamaari ee ee ee
tum jeet gayi ho o o
kismat hai tumhaari
ae dil
na tadapna
ae dil
na tadapna
hum pe na tadapna
ae dil na tadapna
hum pe na tadapna
wo khud hi chale aayen
wo khud hi chale aayen
asar apna dikhaana
asar apna dikhaana
aansu na bahaana
ye raaz hain dil ke
ye raaz hain dil ke
dil hi mein chhupaana
aansu na bahaana
aankhon

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“Aaina”(1944) was directed by S M Yusuf for D R D Productions. This movie had Trilok Kapoor, Husn Bano, Kaushlya, Yakub, Gope, Yashodhara Katju, Rajkumari Shukla, Sulochana Chatterji, Mirza Musharraf, Leela Mishra, Sayyad Ahmad, Bibi, Sultan Bawa etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it that were composed by two music directors. HFGK mentions three songs as composed by Fareh Ali Khan and two songs as composed by Gulshan Soofi. Music directors for three remaining songs are not known.

Four songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fifth song from “Aaina”(1944). This song is sung by Husn Bano. Tanveer Naqvi is the lyricist of this song. I have provisionally considered Gulshan Soofi to be the composer of this song.

Seeing that Husn Bano acted in the movie, it is easy to guess that the song was picturised on Husn Bano herself.


Song-Khushi ke taraane sunaata chala jaa (Aaina)(1944) Singer-Husn Bano, Lyrics-Tanveer Naqvi, MD-Gulshan Soofi

Lyrics

khushi ke taraane sunaata chala ja
khushi ke taraane sunaata chala ja
chala jaa aa
chala ja yahi geet gaata chala ja
khushi ke taraane sunaata chala ja
chala ja aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa aa

muqaddar ne kisko sataaya nahin hai
muqaddar ne kisko sataaaya nahin hai
kise aasmaan ne mitaaya nahin hai
aahahahahaha
hansi apne gham ki udaata chala ja
hansi apne gham ki udaata chala ja
chala jaa aa
chala ja yahi geet gaata chala ja
khushi ke taraane sunaata chala ja
khushi ke taraane sunaata chala ja
chala jaaaa

sambhal zindagi tujh ko samjha aa rahi hai
sambhal zindagi tujhko samjha aa rahi hai
jawaani teri ee ee
tujhko bahka aa rahi hai
jawaani teri
tujhko bahka aa rahi hai
jawaani se daaman bachaata chala ja
jawaani se daaman bachaata chala ja
chala jaa aa
chala ja yahi geet gaata chala ja
khushi ke taraane sunaata chala ja
khushi ke taraane sunaata chala ja
chala ja aa
chala ja yahi geet gaata chala ja
khushi ke tarane sunaata chala ja
chala jaaa aa aa aa


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

Blog Day : 3667 Post No. : 14541
Blog Day : 3665 Post No. : 14536

do hi lafzon ka thha ye afsaana
jo sunaa kar khaamosh ho baitthaa aa

And thus he sang in 1949, with no conception that his voice and words are going to resonate around the globe into the 21st century or the next millennia. If he had known how famous and well known one day he was destined to be, I wonder how much more conscious and eager to reach the heights a performer of his class would have been. Or if he could have excelled himself in what way. As it is, he was in a class of his own. The thing about this whole saga called Mohammed Rafi ‘s songs, is that there is/was simply no competition.

Here was me, literally stumbling in front of the street where he lived the last part of his life. It happened this saturday, I was visiting a fashion house on Turner Road, Bandra(W), and right there on the intersection there was this blue coloured sign board indicating the direction of Mohammed Rafi Marg.

Normally western suburbs are not my choice of places to visit. Having lived all my life in Mumbai, I have also had my fair share of queries like ” Have you seen Shah Rukh Khan’s house ?” or some such things mainly from those who have never visited Mumbai. Long ago some Bollywood savvy driver had driven us around the Bandra area showing us the Bunglows and houses of Dilip Kumar, Meena Kumari etc. with some visiting relatives while we all were on a sight seeing trip.

This time I was with my sister, mother and cousins doing some sort of research in current trends and fashions. Others call this same activity as window shopping 🙂 . I was gobsmacked to unexpectedly find that I can see Rafi Mansion. I told the elderly chacha from who driving the car, who is actually a Kishore and Rajesh Khanna fan, to just go and see if he can find Rafi Sahab’s home in the street, by the time we could finish the job in hand. Afterwards I asked chacha if he found the house. He replied that he couldnt find it. Having seen the road sign I was not about to give up. I said “Chalo dekhte hain kasie nahin milta” .

I knew this has to be a small street and Rafi Mansion shouldnt be so difficult to find. And Lo and Behold, there it was the gate marked “Rafi Mansion” on one side and “Bait-ur-Rafi” on the other side. The whole area, I realised must have changed over the decades. Of course the house that Rafi Sahab lived is no longer there and in its place is a building containing flats. A passerby told us, that Rafi Sahab’s daughter stays in the building but currently she is abroad.

Fortunately, I wasnt too overwhelmed and remembered that I can take photos of the place as a memory of the moment. I did take the photos of the gate and the Memorial Plaque marking the street “Padmashree Mohammed Rafi Marg”.

I have photographs to prove it, that I did visit the place and not making this story up just to write something in this post 🙂 🙂 . Photos are attached to accompany the post. Someone sure is taking care of both the plaque’s (On both corners of the road) and the gate with its silver paint and glaze.


As we came away from there, we all were discussing inane things. I could’nt even ponder over what all info I have imbibed in all these years about Rafi Sahab’s house. I only realised today that, this was a momentous occassion and could be recorded here on this blog honouring the great nourishing and enriching value addition i.e. Rafi Sahab’s legacy, is to Hindi film music.

The moment here is the 38th death anniversary, to be commemorated. A beautiful solo song that I found on youtube some months ago, with two versions, is worthy of the event. Its so touchingly rendered in the typical Rafi tones of the 40’s, that I longed to do this post. When I saw a post of a song from Shohrat (1949) a while back, I thought this song also will be posted soon. But than luckily it has been left alone, may be due to the fact that it deos not appear in the Geet Kosh.

Whether this song was recorded for the film “Shohrat”(1949) or otherwise, the fact remains that this is a authentic Rafi rendition. Both the versions have the word”Tanvir” featuring in a sher, as a poets takhallus maybe. As per the information given with the link on youtube, it is from Shohrat(1949) composed by Aziz Hindi. The poet, as per the uploader is Tanvir Naqvi.

Part-1

Part II

Song-Ye sitaare hain motiye ke phool (Shohrat)(1949) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Tanveer Naqvi, MD-Aziz Hindi

Lyrics

————————————–
PART – I
———————————–
ye sitaare hain
motiye ke phoo ool
kis ki maala toot gayi ee ee ee
chaand teeka hai
kis ke maathhe ka
raat kis ka suhaag loot gayee

shaamil-e-bazm hain kayee ehbaab
ye na samjho koyi akelaa hai ae ae
lab pe naatik hai muskuraahat kaa
aankh mein aansuon ka melaa hai

wo jo bikhri hai
tere honthon par rr rr rr
surkhiyaan hain mere
fasaane ki ee
teri aankhen haseen raaten hain
mere guzre huye zamaane ki ee

jis ko tum hi salaab(?) kehte ho
ik warq hai mere fasaane kaa aa aa
main to khud hi badal gayaa tanveer
rang badla nahin zamaane ka

—————————————
PART – II
—————————————-
tera paighaam le ke seene mein ae ae ae
koyi ruswaa huaa sar-e-bazaar
koi vastu mein ban gayaa gautam
koi gukul mein saanwala avtaar

aag mein ? ? nahi hote ae
sholay utthhte nahin hain paani se ae
raakh mein phool khil nahin sakte
kuchh na paaoge iss jawaani se

kis ne bargad ki chhaaon mein tanveer eer
door se bansuri bajaayi hai ea
aag si lag rahi hai seene mein
saanwle krishn ki duhaayi hai

do hi lafzon ka thha ye afsaana aa
jo sunaa kar khaamosh ho baitthaa aa aa
ibtedaa ye ke tum ko paayaa thha
intehaa ye ke khud ko kho baitthaa


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

Blog Day : 3558 Post No. : 14269

Today’s song is from the film Baadal-1942. The film was made by Eastern Pictures, Bombay. It was directed by Zahoor Raja. It had music by Mushtaq Hussain.

Zahoor Raja made his debut as a Director with Baadal-42. besides directing the film, Zahoor did the main Hero’s role and also sang 6 of the 11 songs that the film had.

Though the film was not successful at the Box office, Zahoor’s direction attracted the attention of critics. Seven of the 11 songs were written by Lyricist Tanveer Naqvi, and remaining 4 were penned by Shamim Bhairavi.

Tanveer Naqvi was born on 6-2-1919 in Lahore. His real name was Syed Khurshid Ali. After his education, he came to Bombay and met Abdul Rasheed Kardar- who at that time was making the film Swami-1941. Tanveer was given an opportunity and he wrote just one song which was composed by Rafiq Ghaznavi. However, when Kardar directed “Nai Duniya”-42, for CIRCO, Tanveer wrote 9 out of 11 songs for this film. Naushad was the composer. His songs included the famous Debut song of Baby Suraiya, ” Boot karoon main polish, babu….”

Tanveer’s best period was 1946-47, when he wrote for block busters like Anmol Ghadi, Jugnu and Nadaan-48. He was on top amongst Lyricists, but he chose to migrate to Pakistan after one more film, ” Parda”-49. For next 4-5 years he struggled in the Pak film inductry and then came back to India in 1954 and started writing songs till “Zameen ke taare”-60. Then he went back to Pakistan for good. There he wrote songs in Urdu and Punjabi films till 1971. he died at Lahore on 1-11-1972.

In India, he wrote 224 songs in 48 films.

The Music Director for Baadal was Mushtaq Hussain. This name may not be known to today’s music lovers. Mushtaq was famous as a Classical singer and was called a Ustaad. He started giving music to films in 1933. His first film was Aurat ka pyar-33. he gave music to few films only like Sauteli Maa-35, Balaa ki raat-36, Jaljalaa-36, Bhedi Trishul-38, Baghbaan-38, Pati patni-37, Kanyadaan-40, Baadal-42, Chhed chhad-43, Do ro die-44, Daasi ya maa-46 and his last film was Bombay 49. After this perhaps he realised that the public taste was changing and he left films. During the period of 1938, Naushad worked as his assistant in his struggle days and learnt few things.

The cast of film Baadal-42 was Zahoor Raja, Radha Rani, Urmila, A.R.Pehelwan, S.nazir, Radha kishen ( who left Prabhat after Padosi) etc.etc.

ZAHOOR RAJA (Born 7 July 1918 Abbottabad – Died 1992 England) Pre Partition Hindi/Urdu Film Actor, Producer, Director, Editor, Writer, Singer, Lyricist & Music Composer. He graduated from editing and story writing to become a producer-director in 1943.

Zahoor Raja was born in a wealthy family in Abbottabad, Pakistan. After schooling , he studied BA from Rawalpindi but could not complete his graduation as he was more interested in sports than in studies. His father, a Police Inspector, was keen in admitting him in Dehradun for a career in the army. But he ran away from home and landed in Bombay with a letter of introduction to Film maker A R Kardar. Since he was very handsome and well built man, getting into the Bombay film industry was not difficult. At that time, Kardar was directing ‘Mirza Sahiban’ (1939) for Ranjit Movietone and . Kardar took Zahoor Raja in the film. Within a year after the release of the film, V Shantaram invited him to join Prabhat Films and was taken on a contract of 3 years. His association with V Shantaram was not beneficial and he did not get much work. Kardar once again came to his rescue and got him employed in National Studios and got him a role in ‘Pooja’ (1940). Thereafter, he got a role in Minerva Moveitone’s ‘Sikandar’ (1941). During the making of the film ‘Sikandar’ (1941), he fell in love with his co-star Meena (Meena Shourie) and married her. The marriage did not last long and Meena later married another handsome actor, Al Nasir in the mid 1940s.

Zahoor Raja later worked as a Hero in ‘Sewa’ (1941). During this time, while looking for a change from his acting career, he got a chance to direct the film ‘Badal’ (1942) produced under Eastern Pictures where he also acted in the lead role. Though the film failed at the box office, his direction was appreciated by the critics. In 1943, he floated his own film production company, Raja Movietone and made its maiden film ‘Mazaq’ (1943) which he also directed, acted in a negative role and composed its music. His banner produced ‘O Panchhi’ (1944), ‘Ghazal’ (1945) and ‘Dhadkan’ (1946). In most of the films in which he acted, Zahoor Raja was paired with Radha Rani. He also sang the song ‘Bhulaane waale hamen bhi na yaad aaya karo’ along with Naseem Akhthar in the Movie ‘Ghazal’ (1945) composed by Gyan Dutt. His last Movie in India before moving to Pakistan was ‘Anmol Ghadi’ (1946)

After partition, Zahoor Raja returned to Pakistan in 1950 and he was active in Pakistani film industry until 1966. After 1966, he migrated to England, married an English lady and later died in 1992 in England.

Hindi film industry is full of ‘Same Name Confusions’ cases, especially for the decades of the 30s and the 40s. The Heroine of this film-Radharani was also one such case. There were two actresses, with same name and same active period. One was from Bombay and the other was from Calcutta. In film Baadal, Bombaywali Radharani had acted.

She was the daughter of a Military Officer. Born at Quetta, Baluchistan, in or around 1920-21, she had a British father and Indian mother. She had total Indian looks. Her initial education and schooling was done in Bombay. She became an expert in Horse Riding, swimming, cycling, driving and skating. She was very beautiful and attractive. At the age 15, she looked quite grown up with distinct features. While in school final itself, she got offers from films. Her first film was Romantic India-36. Being an expert singer, she started singing in films. Next she acted in Badhe Chalo-37.

She was called to Calcutta to act in film ‘ Swaraj ke Sipahi ‘-37. From Calcutta, she went to Madras to do a role in a Telugu film ‘ Bhakta Jaidev ‘-38. Returning to Bombay, Radha Rani acted in Sunehra Baal-38 and then joined Wadia movietone. Here she did 7 stunt/action films.

After this she became a freelancer and acted in 18 more films of different banners. She also acted in Punjabi film ‘ Kurmai’-41. Her achievements in films were amazing. Stepping directly from school classroom onto the Silver screen, in her first 5 years of career itself, she had bagged 15 feature films. This was mainly due to to her striking screen beauty, linguistic dexterity and histrionic versatility. She was a consummate actress, singer and dancer. She was very fond of reading English literature and would spend time reading books during shooting breaks.

She made a good pair with actor Zahoor Raja in 8 films. She acted in 3 films of his production company and in film Badal-42, he directed her. her last film was Rasilee-46. After this film she got married and went to England.

Filmography- Romantic India-36, Badhe Chalo-37, Swaraj ke sipahi-37, Bhakta Jaydev-38(Telugu), Sunehra Baal-38, kahan hai manzil teri-39, Hind ka lal-40, Diamond queen-40, Jai swadesh-40, Bambaiwali-41, Manthan-41, Safed sawar-41, Seedha Rasta-41, Darpan-41, Kurmai-41(Punjabi), Swami-41, Badal-42, Motorwali-42, Sewa-42, Suhagan-42, Jungle Princess-42, Mazaq-43, Mr.Jhatpat-43, Paraya Dhan-43, Sawal-43, Bhai-43, O Panchhi-44, Ghazal-45, Laaj-46 and Rasilee-46.

An interesting thing about the film title Baadal is that there were films made with this Title 5 times. The first time was in 1942 ( today’s film), then it was made in 1951, 1966, 1985, and in the year 2000. I have not seen this film Baadal-42, but from whatever I read in Film India about this film, it was a social film with a novel theme. As the film’s review was not available,I can not guess what the novelty was in the film story. However, in spite of very flattering, encouraging and excellent comments in the magazine, the film was not successful at all. After this debacle, Zahoor Raja floated his own company Raja Cinetone and made a few films, before migrating to Pakistan.

( Thanks for information used from Dhunon ki yatra, Hindi filmon ke geetkar, pakmag.com, HFGK and my notes )

Film Baadal-42 makes its debut on this Blog with this song.


Song-Aao chalen us paar (Baadal)(1942) Singers-Amirbai Karnataki, Zahoor Raja, Lyrics-Tanveer Naqvi, MD-Mushtaq Hussain
Amirbai Karnataki + Zahoor Raja
Amirbai Karnataki + Chorus
Amirbai Karnataki + Zahoor Raja +Chorus

Lyrics

aao chalen us paar
aao chalen us paar
aao chalen us paar
khevaiyya
khevaiyya

jahaan hawaa matwaali ban kar
gaati raag malhaar
neelam ka aakaash mahal ho
neelam ka aakaash mahal ho
aur taaron ki chahal pahal ho

chandralok mein chal kar dekhen
pariyon ka singaar
pariyon ka singaar
pariyon ka singaar
khevaiyya
khevaiyya

thehro
thehro
thehro thehro jaane waalon
jaana hai bekaar
jaana hai bekaar
pal pal dol rahi hai naiyya aa aa
padi huyi manjhdhaar
padi huyi manjhdhaar
?? ki maari ??
sata rahi hai aas
aao un ko jeewan de den
taras rahen mohtaaj
taras rahen mohtaaj

hansi khushi is paar chhod kar
sab jaayen us paar
sab jaayen us paar
sab jaayen us paar
khevaiyya
khevaiyya

andhe ko aankhen din tumne
bada kiya upkaar

bada kiya upkaar
ek jhande ke neeche ham sab
chalne ko taiyyaar

chalne ko taiyyaar
chalne ko taiyyaar
khevaiyya
khevaiyya
aao chalen us paar
aao chalen us paar
aao chalen us paar
aao chalen us paaaar


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Blog Day : 3504 Post No. : 14077

“Dushman”(1957) was directed by Raj Rishi for Kwatra Art Productios, Bombay. The movie had Dev Anand, Usha Kiran, Radhakishan, Kumkum, Prabhu Dayal, Master Romi, Manju, Minu Mumtaz, Chaad Burque, Panditjee, Manjeet, Raja Kapoor, Nagpal, Jerry, Ravikant, Jagdeesh Kamal, Nadir, S Gautam, Prakash Dutt, Sharma, Chadrakant etc in it.

The movie had seven songs in it. Six of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here are the details of the six songs that have been covered till now:-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

O lootnewaale duniya ko 1017 2-Apr-09
Aji loot liyaa dil ko bahaane kar ke 4054 23-Jun-11
Dhaake ki malmal mangaanaa balam jee 4176 11-Jul-11
Naam hai jhatpat Mr Jhatpat 8734 20-Sep-13
Bahaar aayi ghataa chhaayi 13667 20-Oct-17
Janam janam ki preet hamaari 14071 18-Feb-18

Here is the sixth song from “Dushman”(1957) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and S D Batish. Tanveer Naqvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Husnlal Bhagatram.

The song is picturised as a dance song on Kumkum, with some musicians playing musical instruments. The bearded musician playing table (who I think could be Dev Anand in disguise) lip syncs a few lines in S D Batish’s voice.

I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify the actors visible in the picturisation.

With this song, “Dushman” (1957) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog. Seeing that “Dushman” (1939) and “Dushman” (1971) are already YIPPEED, one can say that all the three movies titled “Dushman” are now YIPPEED in the blog.


Song-Dhokha na khaana teekhe hain nainwa ke baan (Dushman)(1957) Asha Bhonsle, S D Batish, Lyrics- Tanveer Naqvi, MD-Husnlal Bhagatram

Lyrics

teekhe hain nainwa ke baan ji
dhokha na khaana
teekhe hain nainwa ke baan ji
dhokha na khaana
zulfon ke naag hain zehri
phaile hain jaal sunahri
jaan ke rehna na anjaan
dhokha na khaana
teekhe hain nainwa ke baan ji
dhokha na khaana
teekhe hain nainwa ke baan

aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa
chamak rahi hai meri shokhiyon mein shamsheeren
chhanak rahi hai meri paayalon mein zanjeeren
palken hain tej kataaren
nazren chalti talwaaren
bachna nahin hai aasaan
dhokha na khaana
teekhe hain nainwa ke baan
dhokha na khaana
teekhe hain nainwa ke baan

aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa
apne kabze mein aaj hai taqdeeer
toot kar gir padegi har zanjeer
darte hain kab dil waale
hans hans ke baan chala le
ye bhi tera hai ehsaan

dhokha na khaana
teekhe hain nainwa ke baan ji
dhokha na khaana
teekhe hain nainwa ke baan

aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa
mehfil mein ab naya hi nazaara hai dekhna
meri har ik adaa mein ishaara hai dekhna
kehti hoon bach ke rehna
dekho ji phir na kehna
duniya badi hai beimaan
dhokha na khaana
teekhe hain nainwa ke baan ji
dhokha na khaana
teekhe hain nainwa ke baan

ji dhokha na khaana
teekhe hain nainwa ke baan


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“Paraayi Aag”(1948) was directed by Najam Naqvi for Great India Pictures. The movie had Munawwar Sultana, Ulhas, Mumtaz (Madhubala), Sheri, A Shah, W M Khan, Jilloo Bai etc in it.

Mr Sadanand Kamath, our inhouse researcher on old movies had researched this movie and he had read its story in “FilmIndia” magazine october 1948 issue where review of this movie was carried out. He summarises the story as- “The story of the film revolves around the mistaken identities of the two prospective brides and bridegrooms. This leads to first, the comical situations and later, to some melodrama before misunderstandings are sorted out. ”

The movie had eight songs in it. Five of them have been covered in the past.

Here is the sixth song from “Paraayi Aag”(1948) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Zohrabai Ambalewaali. Tanveer Naqvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ghulam Mohammad.

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

I have not been able to get a few words right in the lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable.


Song-Kis’se kahen ki kaun hamaare chale gaye (Paraayi Aag)(1948) Singer-Zohrabai Ambalewaali, Lyrics-Tanveer Naqvi, MD-Ghulam Mohammad

Lyrics

kis’se kahen ki
kaun hamaare ae ae
chale gaye
ham jee rahe thhe
jinke sahaare ae ae
chale gaye

unke baghair apni
unke baghair apni
khabar bhi na mil saki
khabar bhi na mil saki
hum bekhudi mein
khud ko pukaare ae ae
chale gaye
hum jee rahe thhe
jinke sahaare ae ae
chale gaye

wo khwaab wo sukoon wo
wo khwaab wo sukoon
wo tabassum wo walwale
tabassum wo walwale
aaye thhe saath
saath tumhaare ae ae
chale gaye
hum jee rahe thhe
jinke sahaare ae ae
chale gaye

dil mein koi ummeed
koi aarzoo nahin
koi aarzoo nahin
armaan hamaare
saath tumhaare ae ae
chale gaye
kis’se kahen ki
kaun hamaare ae ae
chale gaye


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“Wamiq Azra”(1946) was directed by Nazeer for Hind Pictures, Bombay. This movie had Swarnlata, Nazeer, M Ismail, Wazeer Mohammad Khan, Kusum Deshpade, Tasneem, Chacha Premi, Agha Peer Jaan etc i it.
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“Dushman”(1957) was directed by Raj Rishi for Kwatra Art Productios, Bombay. The movie had Dev Anand, Usha Kiran, Radhakishan, Kumkum, Prabhu Dayal, Master Romi, Manju, Minu Mumtaz, Chaad Burque, Panditjee, Manjeet, Raja Kapoor, Nagpal, Jerry, Ravikant, Jagdeesh Kamal, Nadir, S Gautam, Prakash Dutt, Sharma, Chadrakant etc in it.
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“Sultaana Daaku”(1956), not to be confused with “Sultaana Daaku”(1972), was produced by Ramesh Ganatra and Rajni Modi and directed by Mohan Sinha for R D films, Bombay. This “social”(?) movie had Sheila Ramani, Jairaj, Roopmala, B M Vyas, Anil Kishore, Dubey, Amrit Rana, Krishnakumari, Heera Sawant, Ameena Bai, Raju, Lily Kelkar, Abdul azmeri, Master Babla etc in it.
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“Mr X”(1957) was produced by G P Sippy and directed by Nanabhai Bhatt for Sippy Films Limited, Bombay. This “crime” movie had Ashok Kumar, Nalini Jaiwant, Johny Walker, Pran, Nishi, Hari Shivdasani, Rajan Kapoor, Leela Mishra, Ameerbai, Sheila Vaz, Helen etc in it.
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This blog discusses Bollywood songs of yesteryears. Every song has a brief description, followed by a video link, and complete lyrics of the song.

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