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Blog Day :

4474 Post No. : 15976

“Aakhir Kyon”(1985) was produced and directed by J Omprakash. Now I realise why this movie title starts with the letter “A”. 🙂

The movie had Rajesh Khanna, Smita Patil, Rakesh Roshan, Tina Munim, Asrani, Sujit Kumar, Shubha Khote, Beena Bannerjee etc in it.

THe movie was a archtypical South Indian “social” movie. Peevesie’s mom, while discussing one earlier song from the movie had provided this summary of the story of the movie

That movie had a very topical theme of a wife (Smita Patil) being abandoned by her whimsical husband (Rakesh Roshan) for another girl (Tina Munim). The story goes on to show Smita becoming a TV anchor (she was one prior to coming into movies) and then graduating to a Novelist. Then it turns out that when her husband’s business falls in bad times he approaches her; requests her to write for him; so that he can get their daughter (whom had forcibly kept with himself at the time of separation) married decently. That is the gist of the movie. We also had a partly bald Rajesh Khanna playing a TV (DoorDarshan) cameraman who admires Smita for her rebounding power and is a support to her throughout.

This movie came at a time when DD was the only channel available and people used to have one TV in their drawing rooms. And whole families used to sit and watch whatever was dished out to them. Otherwise I cannot imagine an entire family sitting and watching this kind of a musical show on TV these days. Also those were the days when people used to quote Rani Jhansi in all their speeches. Also Indira Gandhi and Margaret Thatcher were sources of inspiration.

The movie had five songs in it. Four songs have been covered so far, with the movie making its debut in the blog in 2008, the first year for the blog !
Here are the details of the song covered in the blog :-

Blog post number Song Date posted
422 Dushman na kare dost ne wo kaam kiya hai 21 December 2008
5603 Saat rang mein khel rahi hai 8 March 2012
9544 Komal hai kamzor nahin tu 8 March 2014
15696 Ek andhera laakh sitaare 2 July 2020

We can see from the table that second and third song from the movie were discussed on 8th march (2012 and 2014) on the occasion of Women’s day. It shows that the movie had some sort of “Women’s empowerment” message in the movie.

Today (17 october 2020) happens to be the birthday anniversary of Smita Patil (17 October 1955- 13 December 1986). On this occasion, here is the fifth and final song from “Aakhir Kyon”(1985) to appear in the blog.

This song is sung by Lata. Indeewar is the lyricist. Music is composed by Rajesh Roshan.

The song is picturised as a get together song where Smita Patil lip syncs this semi classocal song while others, including Tina Munim, Rakesh Roshan and others look on. Tina Munim also uses this opportunity to fantasise about Rakesh Roshan.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala.

With this song, all the five songs of “Aakhir Kyon”(1985) are covered in the blog and the movie joins the list of movies that have been YIPPEED in the blog. This movie took nearly 12 years (3753 days to be precise) to get YIPPEED.

This song is the 3600th song of Lata Mangeshkar as a playback singer in the blog.

Video

Audio

Song-Shaam huyi chadhh aayi re badariya (Aakhir Kyon)(1985) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Indeewar, MD-Rajesh Roshan

Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

Aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa
Hoon hoon hoon
Hoon hoon

Shaam Huyee
Chadh Aayee Re Badariyaa
Shaam Huyee
Chadh Aayee Re Badariyaa
Abahoon Naa Aaye
More Shyaama Sanwaariyaa
Shaam Huyee
Chadh Aayee Re Badariyaa

Abahoon Naa Aaye
More Shyaama Sanwaariyaa
Shaam Huyee
Chadh Aayee Re Badariyaa
Shaam Huyee
Chadh Aayee Re Badariyaa

O o o
Aa aa aa

Anchhuye Honth Mere
Khoye Khoye Nain Mere
Goonjatey Hai Praanon Mein
Madhur Madhur Bol Tere
Mere Saath Bain Kare ae Ho o
Mere Saath Bain Kare
Moree Atariyaa
Shaam Huyee
Chadh Aayee Re Badariyaa
Shaam Huyee
Chadh Aayee Re Badariyaa

Solah Baras Beete
Gin Gein Ratiyaan
Pee Se Milan Chalee
Sang Kee Sakhiyaan
Ab to Le Lo Piyaa aa Ho o
Ab to Le Lo Piyaa
Aake khabariyaa
Shaam Huyee
Chadh Aayee Re Badariyaa

Paa ni saa re
Ni saa re
Ni saa re
Ni dha paa
Aa aa aa
Aa aa aa
Shaam Huyee
Chadh Aayee Re Badariyaa
Abahoon Naa Aaye
More Shyaama Sanwaariyaa
Shaam Huyee
Chadh Aayee Re Badariyaa
Shaam Huyee
Chadh Aayee Re Badariyaa


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 :

4455 Post No. : 15925

“Man Pasand” (1980 – censored on 26-6-1980 and released on 11-7-1980) was among the first few movies whose music cassette was purchased by my father along with “Yaarana” when they hit the market. And since then I am a huge fan of their songs. I Know almost all of them by heart.
This was a movie produced by Amit Khanna and directed by Basu Chatterji. Rajesh Roshan was the music director and Amit Khanna himself wrote the lyrics. The movie itself was inspired by the famous stage play by George Bernard Shaw – ‘Pygmalion’ (first published in 1913), and also on the hugely popular iconic film ‘My Fair Lady’ (1964 – Rex Harrison and Audrey Hepburn). The movie stars Dev Anand, Tina Munim, Girish Karnad, Simple Kapadia, Leela Mishra, Jalal Agha (appears as a guest in the song with this post), Piloo Wadia and Mehmood.

The movie has Dev Anand and Girish Karnad playing best friends, bachelors and musicologists. They encounter a loud and foul-mouthed vendor of ‘datun’ {neem branches} in the late-night local trains of Mumbai. Then and there, Dev (Pratap) throws a challenge that he can transform the unpolished girl into a graceful and talented singer and Karnad (Kashinath) picks up the bet and agrees to marry the girl if Pratap is successful.”

The above is from the last post that I wrote for this movie, in 2018 to celebrate Dev Anand’s 95th birthday.

We revisit the movie today. It has songs in the voice of another legend. When this movie was being made i.e. at the time of recording the songs of this movie, our Nightingale or Saraswathi- incarnate (as she is addressed by her ardent fans) must have been in her late 40s or just turned 50. She had been in the industry for nearly 37-38 years having stepped into the film world at the young age of 13, with the sole aim of supporting her family after the untimely death of her father. There was a time when she was rejected by Sashadhar Mukherjee for having a “thin-voice”. But it is that same “thin-voice” which was used in later years for songs that were filmed as early morning songs- “jaago mohan pyaare jaago” (Jaagte Raho); “jyoti kalash chalke” (Bhabhi Ki Choodiyan); “Satyam Shivam Sundaram” & “Bhor bhaye panghat pe” (Satyam Shivam Sundaram); and the bhajan which Saira Banu lip syncs in the morning hours in “Shaagird” – ‘Kanha kanha aan padi main tere dwar’. These are only a sample of what India’s Nightingale -Lata Mangeshkar – has given us over a career span of about 66-67 years. From the discography available on various websites it looks like she has stopped singing film songs sometime in 2010- that is why I have said that the career span is about 66/67 years. Of course, there was a time when she used to sing for actresses who were 50 years younger to her; then she switched to singing one or at the most two songs per movie after 2001 but has kept her date with recording songs by bringing out non-film albums and bhajans etc. I read somewhere that after a 14-year hiatus she recorded a song for some movie called “Dunno Y—Na Jaane Kyun” (2010).

She is a recipient of various awards including the Dadasaheb Phalke award in 1989, the Padma Bhushan (1969), Padma Vibhushan (1999) and finally the Bharat Ratna in 2001. She definitely is India’s Ratna (Gem), don’t know if we will have another like her ever!!!!

Coming back to the song for this post. This is the song by which Pratap (Dev Anand) introduces a fully trained & graceful Kamli (Tina) to upper class, high-society, party-going friends of his. He showcases her as an accomplishment of his scientific method of music coaching. The song which is composed by Rajesh Roshan as a semi classical number was picturised on a young Tina Munim and gives us a sample of what the ‘Koyal Kanthi’ Lata Mangeshkar is all about. Why I say sample is because this is a very short song. There are other songs where she has sung full classical and semi classical for close to ten minutes or even more. Here I remember another song where, in a Dev Anand movie, S D Burman has given Lata Didi (as the film industry addresses her) an 8½ minute song which has various ragas incorporated in it (any guesses which song I am referring to).

“Man Pasand” has had a rather slow journey on the blog. The movie has 8 songs of which the first one in Mohd. Rafi’s voice was posted in March of 2009. The previous song posted was in 2018 on the occasion of Dev Anand’s birth anniversary.

Here is the penultimate song the post for which began a day before Devsaab’s birth anniversary in 2019.

I can write a lot more about the song and the near-parallel careers of Devsaab and Latadidi in the film industry. But I choose to halt here.
Wishing our dear Lata Mangeshkar, a very Happy 91st birthday. Salute to her on her long innings in the industry.

Audio

Video

Song-Suman Sudha Rajni chanda aaj adhik kyun bhaaye (Manpasand)(1980) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Amit Khanna, MD-Rajesh Roshan

Lyrics

suman sudha
rajni chanda
aaj adhik kyun bhaaye
suman sudha
rajni chanda
aaj adhik kyun bhaaye
suman sudha

prem singhaashan piya biraaje
pankha jhaloon main haule
mohit mugdh unhin ko taakoon
ban mayur mann dole
suman sudha rajni chanda
aaj adhik kyun bhaaye
suman sudha
rajni chanda
aaj adhik kyun bhaaye
suman sudha

ooo aaaaa mmmmm aaaaa

pratibimb meri aashaon ka
tum santosh ho mera
aalingan sundar sapnon ka
khushiyon ka kosh ho mera

suman sudha rajni chanda
aaj adhik kyun bhaaye
suman sudha
rajni chanda
aaj adhik kyun bhaaye


This article is written by Raja, 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 :

4400 Post No. : 15779

Less than a week ago, we were commemorating the death anniversary of Rafisaab on this blog. And here we are today to discuss another singing legend, this time on his birth anniversary. Of course, it’s none other than Kishore Kumar, another much-loved personality in the Hindi film industry.

As I said in my recent post on Rafisaab, I am a huge Rafisaab fan. But that doesn’t mean I’m not fond of Kishore Kumar.

I know some people have this “Rafi or Kishore” binary, but, thankfully for me, I don’t. I absolutely love both of them, and refuse to play one against the other. Why would one do that?

We’re extremely lucky to have had both singers in the industry. Why would we pick one, and exclude the other? Are our hearts so small? Is our love for music so narrow?

I, for one, thoroughly enjoy listening to both of them – and do listen a lot to both.

But today is Kishore da’s day, so the rest of this post is about him.

To call Kishore da a singing legend is absolutely true. But to call him only a singing legend doesn’t do justice to him at all.

Kishore da was an all-rounder par excellence – actor, director, producer, composer, writer, in addition to being a singing legend. So in a way, if I might very loosely use a cricketing analogy, he was Sir Garry Sobers to Rafisaab’s Bradman. 🙂 Bradman is considered the greatest batsman ever, whereas Sobers is considered the greatest all-rounder ever.

As with Rafisaab, I’ve written several posts here on Kishore da too. For me, he was an essential part of my pre-teen, and teen years, when he absolutely reigned. And from then, right till his death in 1987, he was the numero uno male singer in terms of popularity.

Much of my early musical experiences invariably had Kishore Kumar in them. It’s not like one had much of a choice in the 1970s – if you were listening to current songs, or watching current movies, you almost HAD to listen to Kishore songs. 🙂

I grew up in that atmosphere, and knew most Kishore songs of that era by heart. All three stanzas, if there were three.

Many of the hit movies at that time were Rajesh Khanna’s, but Kishore Kumar songs were big hits even in non-Rajesh films. Songs like “teri duniya se”, “dekha na haaye re”, “musafir hoon yaaron”, “ye jeevan hai”, “meri bheegi bheegi si”, “geet gaata hoon main” and many more. As I said, he just ruled at that time, so the actor in the film didn’t even matter.

Almost every one of my classmates in school was a Kishore fan, with the exception of one, who was a KL Saigal fan. In fact I first heard of KL Saigal only from him.

I too joined the bandwagon – and in the lunch break, we’d have a quick lunch and sing songs. Mostly Kishore, of course.

In those days, I had this habit of having ONE favourite song which I’d sing non-stop for a few days. It could be for 3-4 days, or a week or even 2 weeks. But I’d sing it non-stop, probably to the annoyance of others around me. 🙂

Again they were mostly Kishore songs.

I distinctly remember “jaane jaa, dhoondhta phir raha”, “chala jaata hoon”, “o mere dil ke chain”, “aadmi jo kehta hai” and “tere bina zindagi se koi”, though there were many more.

So now, when I have SO many fond musical memories of Kishore Kumar of those days, how can I POSSIBLY turn my back on him, just because I also became a Rafisaab fan later? Sorry, can’t do that.

At that time, I didn’t know too many Kishore songs from the 1950s. But as and when I got to listen to them, I’d just fall in love with them. How can you not fall in love with “piya piya piya”, or “o nigaahen mastaana”, or his songs of Funtoosh (1955) or Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi (1958)?

I feel, in the 1980s, he lost a little bit of that softness in his voice that he had in earlier decades. But some of that could also be to do with the type of songs he was called upon to sing. After all, even in that decade, he did sing songs like “lehron ki tarah yaadein”, “manzilein apni jagah” and “o yaara”.

And, if he hadn’t passed away in 1987, he could have easily continued to sing for many more years.
Even “o yaara” was from the 1987 film, Kaash.

But this is only one aspect of Kishore da.

He is also well-known as an actor, mostly in comedy lead roles of the 1950s and 1960s. I’ve seen many of those films – and I really like them.

The thing is, Kishore had no hang-ups, and could do the most crazy scenes on screen. Dances, songs, impersonations, anything.

I don’t know anyone else who was so versatile – the closest is possibly IS Johar or Mehmood.

But look at “kuen mein kood ke mar jaana” from Parivar (1956). That’s sheer Kishore genius.

And of course, “aake seedhi lagi” from Half-Ticket (1962) where he sings both in a male voice (for Pran) and female voice (for himself, disguised as a woman).

There are many more Kishore songs picturised on himself, that are pure fun – “main Bangali chhokra”, “CAT Cat”, “paanch rupaiya barah aana”, “meri pyaari bindu”, “is duniya mein pyaare, do kaam karna” , “guni jano bhakt jano” immediately come to mind.

Having said that, to assume that Kishore never took anything seriously wouldn’t be entirely true. Yes, most of his roles were comedy roles. And in real life too, his co-artistes often said he would enliven proceedings with his jokes and pranks. And yet, he could make meaningful cinema too.

Two films I like a lot are both produced and directed by Kishore Kumar. Door Gagan Ki Chhaon Mein (1964) and Door Ka Raahi (1971). Not only are the songs (composed by Kishore himself) excellent, but the storyline makes you think too. Especially Door Ka Raahi, which is unconventional in how it explores various facets of life, through the eyes of a traveler.

What more can I say about Kishore Kumar?

If the film industry is primarily about entertainment, Kishore Kumar was the ultimate entertainer. Even his live concerts were highly entertaining because he could connect very easily with his audience. No wonder he was loved so much.

There’s a lot more one can say about Kishore Kumar, but I will move on to the song for today.

This is from the film Harjaee (1981). In 2017, I posted a song on Kishore’s death anniversary from this film. Today I’m posting a song from this film on his birth anniversary.

I’m quite fond of both these songs, because they are vintage Kishore-Pancham (RD Burman) for me.

Kishore and Pancham had a long and extremely fruitful association. They were very close friends too, since Kishore, being very close to SD Burman, knew Pancham right from his childhood.

This is what I wrote about the film Harjaee (1981) on that post.

I remember seeing this film at that time – haven’t seen it since. Contrary to the typical multi-starrer, masala films of the time, this film, starring Randhir Kapoor and Tina Munim, was a proper tear-jerker. From what I remember, Randhir Kapoor is a carefree, prankster type of guy who pretends to have cancer, just to get Tina Munim to fall for him. His parents too believes his story and get Tina to be sympathetic towards him. Then tragedy strikes. Randhir Kapoor gets really diagnosed with cancer. The rest of the story is how he copes with it, how Tina copes with it, how their respective families cope with it.
The film has some good songs – like many Randhir Kapoor films do. Whether his films did well or not, there used to invariably be at least one hit song (often more) in each of his films. I remember during my schooldays, I personally didn’t mind Randhir Kapoor films at all – though I was clearly much in the minority at the time.

While watching this song “ye rut hai haseen” it struck me that this is yet ANOTHER song where the hero sings a song at a party, and makes the heroine cry or feel very uncomfortable. Off the top of my head, I remember songs in similar situations in Do Badan, Teesri Manzil, Ek Mahal Ho Sapnon Ka and Brahmachari . Maybe Atul should have a separate category for this. 🙂

Wish Kishore da a very happy birthday though he is not here with us anymore. He is probably up there singing to Pancham’s tunes, songs of Anand Bakshi’s lyrics, picturised on Rajesh Khanna. 🙂

And, for old times’ sake, singing to SD Burman’s tunes, songs of Majrooh, picturised on Dev Anand. 🙂

Kishore da, you will always remain in our hearts.

Thanks for all the entertainment, and for enriching our lives.


Song-Ye rut hai haseen dard bhi hai jawaan (Harjaayee)(1981) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Vitthalbhai Patel, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

ye rut hai haseen
dard bhi hai jawaan
harjaee nahin hum
na tum bewafaa

milna tha hum mil hi gaye
phool pyaar ke khil hi gaye
milna tha hum mil hi gaye
phool pyaar ke khil hi gaye
ho
dil se yehi doon main dua
milke na ho koi judaa
ye rut hai haseen
dard bhi hai jawaan
harjaee nahin hum
na tum bewafaa

sapne the sapne hi rahe
apne jab apne na rahe
sapne the sapne hi rahe
apne jab apne na rahe
ho
roothe ho tum kaun suney
koi pyaar ka shikhwa gilaa
ye rut hai haseen
dard bhi hai jawaan
harjaee nahin hum
na tum bewafaa

tan mann preet ke deep jaley
aaye seher na raat dhaley
tan mann preet ke deep jaley
aaye seher na raat dhaley
ho
socho zaraa
hogi bhalaa
phool se khusboo kaise judaa
ye rut hai haseen
dard bhi hai jawaan
harjaee nahin hum
na tum bewafaa
ye rut hai haseen
dard bhi hai jawaan


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

Blog Day : 4053 Post No. : 15184

Songs Repeated in Hindi Films – 9
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Ah ha, even this song. 🙂

The film is ‘Alag Alag’ from 1985. Repeating an iconic song from the 1969 film ‘Aradhna’. And surely, the important thing to note is that the repeat would have involved no negotiations etc. The director, Shakti Samant, and the song writer Anand Bakshi, are the same. The producer of ‘Aradhna’ is Shakti Samant, and the producer of ‘Alag Alag’ is Rajesh Khanna, who incidentally appears in both the films. The music director of ‘Aradhna’ is SD Burman, and the music director for ‘Alag Alag’ is his son, RD Burman. I would believe that getting permission to repeat this song would have been quite easy. 🙂

As I checked out the the earlier posted original song (on 13 Jan, 2013) I notice that this repeat song is already identified by Sadanand ji in a comment posted on 31st Oct last year. And so, this song found its entry on the blog via this series. Well, for one, it is not listed in the Geet Kosh. That is the interesting part. There are seven songs listed for this film, and the singers listed against each one. The name Kavita Krishnamurthy, the singing voice of this version of the song, does not appear against any of the listed songs. Then, in the footnote, there is compiled list of playback singers given, which includes Kavita’s name, indicating that she has sung something for this film. If one does not view the film, and is not aware of this repeat performance of this song, one will keep wondering why does Kavita Krishnmurthy’s name appears in the list of playback singers, when she has not lent her voice to any song.

The 1985 film ‘Alag Alag’ is produced by Rajesh Khanna and Kusum Narula, under the banner of Aashirwaad Films International, Bombay. With this film, Rajesh Khanna made his debut as a producer in the industry. A small anecdote is noted – that Kishore Kumar did not accept any payment for his singing assignments in this film. He said that he felt indebted to Rajesh Khanna and ‘Aradhna’ for catapulting his career to a new high, and this being Rajesh’s first film as a producer, he would sing for him without accepting any payments.

The star cast of this film is listed as Shashi Kapoor, Rajesh Khanna, Tina Munim, Deven Verma, Sushma Seth, Gita Siddhartha, Urmila Bhatt, Anjana, Raj Rani, Rajesh Puri, Subiraj, Asit Sen, Bharat Bhushan, Bhagwan, Satyen Kappu, Mohan Choti, Birbal, Vikas Anand, Manmauji, Manik Dutt, Sunil Dhawan, Kamal Kanchan, Anoop, Pratap, Surendra, Shyam, Mohit, S Chavan, Gurubachan, with special appearance by Bindu and friendly appearances by Om Prakash and On Shivpuri.

Briefly, the story of this film is,

Tina Munim is a village belle, whose only dream in life is to marry a rich man. She comes to Bombay, meets Rajesh Khanna, and mistakes him for a rich man. When he reveals that he is not a rich man, but is a struggling singer looking for work in the film industry, she dumps him. Later in the film, we find out that he is actually a rich man’s son, who is out on his own, because his parents do not appreciate his desire to be a singer. The next set of events brings Tina to the home of Shashi Kapoor, who is a doctor and is widowed. Pursuing her goal with the single minded devotion, she now attempts to become his wife, This song is placed in the film at this juncture, as she tries to woo him.

The rest of the story is quite intertwined. Shashi Kapoor actually treats Tina Munim as a daughter. Rajesh comes to the doctor to get a false disability certificate as a reference. Tina meets him, confronts him and exposes him. Rajesh leaves, then is involved in an accident in which he loses his voice. He rejoins his family. Shashi Kapoor passes away on account of some illness. Tina is back on the road. With the help of his mother, Rajesh tries to promote Tina as a singer, without letting her know. They meet again, but Rajesh leaves because of his disability. Tina mistakes this to be that Rajesh hates her. And on goes the storyline, inching towards a happily ever after and a miraculous restoration of voice etc. 🙂

We come to this repeat song with a difference. So far in this series, most of the songs that have been reused, are presented as the original recording – barring “Babul Mora. . .” and “I Am A Disco Dancer“, which have been re-recorded in different singing voices. Today’s song also belongs to this latter group – that it is also a re-recorded version and not the original. The original, of course is Kishore Da, and in this female re-rendered version, the singing voice is Kavita Krishnamurthy.

You will notice that Tina’s attire in this song is quite similar to Sharmila’s in the original. An interesting repeat this one is. Enjoy.

 

 

 

Song – Roop Tera Mastaana, Pyaar Mera Deewaana  (Alag Alag) (1985) Singers – Kavita Krishnamurthy, Lyrics – Anand Bakshi, MD – RD Burman
Female Voice + Male Voice

Lyrics

roop tera mastaanaa
pyaar mera deewaana
roop tera mastaanaa
pyaar mera deewaana
bhool koi humse na ho jaaye
roop tera mastaanaa
pyaar mera deewaana
bhool koi humse na ho jaaye

raat nasheelee
mast samaa hai
aaj nashe mein
saara jahaan hai
raat nasheelee
mast sama hai
aaj nashe mein
saara jahaan hai
haay sharaabi mausam behkaaye
ae ae ae ae
roop tera mastaanaa
pyaar mera deewaana
bhool koi humse na ho jaaye

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
——————————–

रूप तेरा मस्ताना
प्यार मेरा दीवाना
रूप तेरा मस्ताना
प्यार मेरा दीवाना
भूल कोई हमसे न हो जाये
रूप तेरा मस्ताना
प्यार मेरा दीवाना
भूल कोई हमसे न हो जाये

रात नशीली
मस्त समां है
आज नशे में
सारा जहां है
रात नशीली
मस्त समां है
आज नशे में
सारा जहां है
हाय शराबी मौसम बहकाए ए ए ए ए
रूप तेरा मस्ताना
प्यार मेरा दीवाना
भूल कोई हमसे न हो जाये


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

Blog Day : 3652 Post No. : 14506

Hullo to all atulites

In the euphoria to celebrate the blogs 10th anniversary with an appropriate post last week I missed out on a few anniversaries, occasions for which I always try and send a special song. I just realised that 18th July is the anniversary of another favourite. So here is a song for the occasion.

But I think, we can have a song featuring one in a movie in which the other is the main lead. The two actors I was thinking of combining are Rajesh Khanna and Sanjeev Kumar.

We missed Sanjeev Kumar’s birthday last week, he would have been 80 years on 9th July. And 18th July, it will be six years since Rajesh Khanna passed away. Both the actors were active around the same period. Both had their distinct styles in acting and also the kind of characters they enacted. They have appeared in about five films together – “Bandhan”, “Aap Ki Kasam”, “Chala Murari Hero Banane”, “Suraag” and I think Rajesh Khanna had a guest appearance in “Ram Tere Kitne Nam” which released about the time Sanjeev Kumar passed away. “Bandhan” was essentially a Rajesh Khanna movie where Sanjeev Kumar had a small role as a lawyer who fights a case for Rajesh Khanna. “Aap Ki Kasam” had Sanjeev Kumar play RK’s friend and neighbour and the eventual cause for the separation of Rk and Mumtaz. I don’t remember much about “Chala Murari Hero Banane” which was a movie about movies made by actor Asrani and I feel both RK and SK might have played themselves i.e. film stars, in guest appearances. That brings us to “Suraag” which is a Sanjeev Kumar movie where Rajesh Khanna is in a guest appearance in a song situation along with Tina Munim.

Remembering Rajesh Khanna with this song from “Suraag” which was produced by Jagmohan Mundhra and directed by Jag Mundhra and Ambrish Sangal. It had Sanjeev Kumar as husband to Gita Siddharath, playing a professor in Criminology and Parikshat Sahni playing a doctor who is the professor’s unmarried friend. Shabana Azmi plays Parikshat Sahni’s wife who is kidnapped on her way to New York. And then the movie’s mystery begins. The movie had music by Bappi Lahiri and written by Kaifi Azmi. The playback singers use in the movie were Mohd. Rafi, Asha Bhonsle, Lata Mangeshkar, Bappi Lahiri and Kishore Kumar. Today’s song is a qawwali where Rajesh Khanna is on stage with Tina Munim and Gita Siddharath and Sanjeev Kumar are in the audience. Half way through the song Gita spots Shaban Azmi among the chorus girls and then the chase to find her picks up steam. I have seen this movie ages ago so I don’t remember if the song happens abroad or in India. The movie’s story transports the audience back and forth between India and America.

Here is the song which has Rafi and Asha giving playback alongwith male and female chorus.

(not a very clear video)
Song-Wo nazar le ke rahi dil (Suraag)(1980) Singers-Rafi, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Kaifi Azmi, MD-Bappi Lahiri
Male chorus
Female chorus
All chorus

Lyrics

woh nazar leke
woh nazar leke rahi dil
tanaana haiya hu
woh nazar leke rahi dil
tanaana haiya hu
lut gaye
lut gaye
lut gaye hum sare mehfil
tanana haiya hu uuuu
lut gaye hum sare mehfil
tanana haiya hu uuuu haaye
thham ke baithe hain jo dil
tanaana haiya hu
thhaam ke baithe hai jo dil
tanana haiya hu

hai yahi
haan yahi
hai yahi toh mere kaatil
tanana haiya hu uuuu
hai yahi toh mere kaatil
tanana haiya hu uuuuu haye

woh nazar leke rahi dil ka
tanana haiya hu
woh nazar leke rahi dil ka
tanana haiya hu

thhaam ke baithe hain jo dil
tanana haiya hu uu

thhaam ke baithe hain jo dil
tanana haiya hu

kisliye tezz hawaaon mein
jalaaya hai charaag
kabhi paaoge na tum
khoye huye dil ka suraag
uska paana toh hai mushqil
mushqil
uska paana to hai mushqil
tanaana haiya hu uuuu haaye
woh nazar leke rahi dil
tanana haiya huuu
woh nazar leke rahi dil
tanana haiya hu

aaaaa
aapke dil mein nazar aate hai
yun hi kai daag
aise daagi ka bhala
paayenge kya aap suraag
wo na tha

wo na tha
wo na tha pyaar ke kabil
tanaana haiya hu uuu haaye
thhaam ke baithe hain jo dil
tanana haiya hu

thhaam ke baithe hai jo dil
tanana haiya hu

unko dekho koi aur unki adaayen dekho
ek zara sar ko jo sharmaake jhukaayen dekho
bijliyaan kyun na woh hans hans ke giraayen dekho
unpe qurbaan hai mehfil
mehfil
unpe qurbaan hai mehfil
tanana haiya hu uuuu haaye
wo nazar leke rahi dil
tanana haiya hu
wo nazar leke rahi dil
tanana haiya hu

aaaa aaaaa aaa
aaaaaa aaaaaa aa

pa ni sa ni
pa ni sa ga sa ni
sa ga ma ga sa ni ni sa
pa ni sa ni
pa ni sa ga sa ni
sa ga ma ga sa ni ni sa

mere dildaar ho tum
meri jaan pyar ho tum
main hoon chanda ki kiran
nahi talwar ho tum
kabhi behosh ho tum
kabhi hosiyar ho tum
milti hai mujhko saza

aur gunehagaar ho tum
bikhne aaye ho yahaan
kaise khareedaar ho tum u u u
aaaaa aaaaaaa
aaaaaa aaaaa
bikhne aaye ho yahaan
kaise kharidaar ho tum u u u u
kabhi ikraar ho tum
kabhi inkaar ho tum
kabhi aasaan bahot
kabhi dushwaar ho tum
dil ka bachna to hai mushkil
mushkil
dil ka bachna to hai mushkil
tanana haiya hu uuuu haye
wo nazar leke rahi dil ka
tanana haiya huuu
wo nazar leke rahi dil ka
tanana haiya hu

in nigaahon ki kasam
gori baahon ki kasam
mehke baalon ki kasam
dehke gaalon ki kasam
bikhare gesu ki kasam
jaage jaadoo ki kasam
mast khushboo ki kasam u
uth’te pallu ki kasam
de bhi do husn ki khairaat hamein
banke aaye hain hum saahil
saahil
banke aaye hai hum saahil
tanaana haiya hu u u haaye
tham ke baithe re jo dil
tanana haiya hu

tham ke baithe re jo dil
tanana haiya hu

jhoothi baaton ki kasam
teri ghaaton ki kasam
muskuraane ki kasam
dil lubhaane ki kasam
pyaase tan man ki kasam
dil ki dhadkan ki kasam
teri subahon ki kasam
teri shaamon ki kasam
aaaaa aaaa
hai gunehgaar tera dil
tanaana haiya hu u u u
thhaam ke baithe hain jo dil
tanaana haiya hu

thhaam ke baithe hain jo dil
tanaana haiya hu

wo nazar leke rahi dil ka
tanana haiya hu
wo nazar leke rahi dil ka
tanana haiya hu

tanana haiya hu tanana haiya hu
tanana haiya hu tanana haiya hu
tanana haiya hu tanana haiya hu
tanana haiya hu tanana haiya hu
tanana haiya hu tanana haiya hu
tanana haiya hu tanana haiya hu


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Blog Day : 3648 Post No. : 14484

“Sautan” (1983) was produced and directed by Sawan Kumar Tak. Tghe movie was a “social” movie starring Rajesh Khanna, Padmini Kolhapure, Tina Munim, Pran, Prem Chopra, Shreeram Lagoo, Shashikala, Paresh Rawal, Vijay Arora, Satyendra Kapooo, Roopesh Kumar, Yunus Parvez, T P Jain etc in it.

This movie is remembered the most for its song, Shaayad meri shaadi ka khayaal dil mein aaya hai . Purists, such as Raja, heartily dislike this song, but non purist folks, who form the majority of population loved this song. There are lots and lots of people who regard this song as a timeless classic. 🙂

The song was about the mummy of the girl inviting the gentleman for chai, obviously to have a “chai pe charcha”. 🙂 The gentleman, aware what the mummy is up to, is reluctant, but gets himself persuaded to partake of that chai with the mummy.

What happens later ? The song under discussion happens in the aftermath of that event. The gentleman gets married to the lady and soon thereafter we find him singing this song where saasu and sasura are likened to teerath and wife is likened to Chaaron dhaam. 🙂 Every married man with readily agree. 🙂

Here is this song from “Sautan”(1983) which is sung by Kishore Kumar. Sawan Kumar Tak is the lyricist. Music is composed by Usha Khanna.

The song is picturised on Rajesh Khanna and Teena Munim.


Song-Saasu teerath sasura teerath teerath saala saali hain (Sautan)(1983) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Sawan Kumar Tak, MD-Usha Khanna

Lyrics

arre saasu teerath
arre sasura teerath
saasu teerath
sasura teerath
teerath saala saali hain
arre duniya ke sab teerath jhoothe
chaaron dhaam gharwaali hai
are chaaron dhaam gharwaali hai
saasu teerath
sasura teerath
teerath saala saali hain
arre duniya ke sab teerath jhoothe
chaaron dhaam gharwaali hai
arre chaaron dhaam gharwaali hai

beevi jab roothhe to o
yaad aati hai saali
beevi jab roothhe to o
yaad aati hai saali
saali jeeja ko pyaari hai
wo gori ho ya kaali
lekin apni qismat mein to
saala hai na saali hai
arre chaaron dhaam gharwaali hai
chaaron dhaam gharwaali hai
arre saasu teerath
haha
sasura teerath
teerath saala saali hain
arre duniya ke sab teerath jhoothe
chaaron dhaam gharwaali hai
arre chaaron dhaam gharwaali hai

beevi to achchi wo o
hoti jo nakhre waali
beevi to achchi vo o
hoti jo nakhre waali
phoolon se pyaari lagti hai
jab jab deti hai gaali
twaadi to saanu pata nahin
twaadi to saanu pata nahin
par saadi te makhna waali hai
arre chaaron dhaam gharwaali hai
chaaron dhaam gharwaali hai
are saasu teerath
arre sasura teerath
teerath saala saali hain
hey duniya ke sab teerath jhoothe
chaaron dhaam gharwaali hai
are chaaron dhaam gharwaali hai
bolo gharwaali ki
jai
bolo makhna waali ki
jai
aur bolo saath mein apni bhi
nahin nahin nahin nahin
gharwaali ki hi hi
jai


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Blog Day : 3495 Post No. : 14047

“Deedaar e Yaar”(1982) was produced by Prasann Kapoor and directed by H S Rawail for Tirupati Pictures. The movie had Jeetendra, Rekha, Rishi Kapoor, Tina Munim, Deven Verma, Shreeram Lagoo, Urmila Bhat, Nirupa Roy, Reena Roy, Jagdish Raj etc in it.

This production house was wound up and Prasann Kapoor parted ways with his brother Jeetendra after the debacle of this movie at the box office. Two decades later, Ekta Kapoor, the daughter of Jeetendra, created Balaji telefilms, and the rest was history as far as Jeetendra was concerned.

Jeetendra hit the jackpot through his business savvy daughter.

Tina Munim (DoB 11 february 1957), who celebrates her birthday today, may have been just as oblivious of her future as Jeetendra at that time. In less than a decade, she would be married into a fast rising business family that has subsequently become the biggest privately owned business empire in India. Tina Munim, as Tina Ambani, wife of Anil Ambani, must be the richest ex film actress, not only in India, but worldwise as well. I am not aware of too many actresses getting to marry business tycoons of that level.

Tina Munim had a decent innings as an actress in Hindi movies. She began with “Des Pardes” (1978) as a Dev Anand discovery and her career was launched thereafter. She has the distinction of working with top stars of four generations at least. She worked opposite Dev Anand, Rajesh Khanna, Rishi Kapoor, Anil Kapoor, Rajeev Kapoor etc. In fact, she worked with Rajesh Khanna is about a dozen movies, which is more than the number of movies that Rajesh Khanna worked with opposite Mumtaz. 🙂

I first watched Tina Munim as a twentyone year old in “Des Pardes”(1978) forty years ago. So do the maths and find out how old she is today. How time flies. 🙂

On this occasion, here is a song from “Deedaar e Yaar”(1982). the song is sung by Lata. Sahir Ludhianvi is the lyricist. music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal. The song is picturised as a piano song on Tina Munim, with a bearded and bespectacled Rishi Kapoor (masquerading as a bearer, I guess) also present.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala.

We take this opportunity to wish Tina Ambani a very happy birthday and many happy returns of the day.


Song-Tumko dekha to samajh mein aaya (Deedaar e yaar)(1982) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Sahir Ludhianvi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
Tina Munim

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

Tumko dekha to
Samajh mein aaya
Tumko dekha to
Samajh mein aaya
Log kyun but ko khuda
Log kyun but ko khuda
Maante hain
But mein butgar ki jhalak hoti hai
Isko chhoo kar usey pehchaante hain
Pehle anjaan thhe
Ab jaante hain
Tumko dekha to samajh mein aaya

Tumko dekha to ye maaloom huaa
Log kyun ishq mein deewaane bane
Taaj chhode gaye aur takht lute
Kais o Farhaad ke afsaane bane
Pehle anjaan thhe
Ab jaante hain
Log kyun but ko khuda
Maante hain
Tumko dekha to
Samajh mein aaya
Tumko dekha to
Samajh mein aaya

Janaab Saba Sabai Sahab
Ek shaayar ne
Ek haseena ko dekh kar
Kuchh sher kahe thhe
Jo main aapke huzoor mein
Pesh kar rahi hoon

Tumko dekha to ye ehsaas huaa
Aise but bhi hain jo lab kholte hain
Jinki angdaayeeyaan par tolti hain
Jinke shaadaab badan boltey hain
Pehle anjaan thhe
Ab jaante hain
Log kyun but ko khuda
Maante hain
Tumko dekha to
Samajh mein aaya
Tumko dekha to
Samajh mein aaya

Husn ke jalwaa ae rangeen mein
Khuda hota hai
Husn ke saamne sajdaa bhi rawaan hota hai
Deen e ulfat mein yahi rasm chali aayi hai
Log ise kufr bhi kehte hon
To kya hota hai
Pehle anjaan thhe
Ab jaante hain
Log kyun but ko khuda
Maante hain
Tumko dekha to
Samajh mein aaya
Tumko dekha to
Samajh mein aaya

————————————————————————
Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
————————————————————————
तुमको देखा तो
समझ में आया
तुमको देखा तो
समझ में आया
लोग क्यूँ बुत को खुदा
लोग क्यूँ बुत को खुदा
मानते हैं
बुत में बुतगर कि झलक होती हैं
इसको छुकर उसे पहचानते हैं
पहले अनजान थे
अब जानते हैं
तुमको देखा तो
समझ में आया

तुमको देखा तो ये मालूम हुआ
लोग क्यूँ इश्क में दीवाने बने
ताज छोड़े गए और तख़्त लुटे
कैस ओ फरहाद के अफ़साने बने
पहले अनजान थे
अब जानते हैं
लोग क्यूँ बुत को खुदा
मानते हैं
तुमको देखा तो
समझ में आया
तुमको देखा तो
समझ में आया

जनाब सबा सबाई साहब
एक शायर ने
एक हसीना को देख कर
कुछ शेर कहे थे
जो मैं आपके हजूर में
पेश कर रही हूँ

तुमको देखा तो ये एहसास हुआ
ऐसे बुत भी हैं जो लब खोलते हैं
जिनकी अंगडाईयाँ पर तोलती हैं
जिनके शादाब बदन बोलते हैं
पहले अनजान थे
अब जानते हैं
लोग क्यूँ बुत को खुदा
मानते हैं
तुमको देखा तो
समझ में आया
तुमको देखा तो
समझ में आया

हुस्न के जलवा ए रंगीन में
खुदा होता हैं
हुस्न के सामने सजदा भी रवां होता हैं
दिन ए उल्फत में यहीं रस्म चली आयी हैं
लोग इसे कुफ्र भी कहतें हैं
तो क्या होता हैं
पहले अनजान थे
लोग क्यूँ बुत को खुदा
मानते हैं
तुमको देखा तो
समझ में आया
तुमको देखा तो
समझ में आया


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Today(13 october 2017) is the 30th death anniversary of one of the greatest legends of the Hindi film industry, Kishore Kumar. On this day, the 13th of October 1987, he left this earthly world. He was just 58 then.
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Hullo to all Atulwaasis

So, we are on that date of the year when we write a special post for a very special person. We have two posts by kids of the 70s who grew up listening to the works of this special person. For once I waited to see what these two are going to say before I pen my own thoughts. This is because I have come to realise that the three of us love the same things about this person- his multi talents- singing (first and foremost), comedy (acting), direction, music direction and he has also written a few songs. We are his fans and he was said to be a huge fan of K.L. Saigal. His aim was to sing like Saigal.
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Hullo to all Atulwaasis

Let us have a fun song from the 1981, Shomu Mukherjee produced & directed “Fiffty Fiffty” (and this is how fifty is spelt in the title card) which was certified on 15/10/1981 and released on 13/11/1981. It starred Rajesh Khanna and Tina Munim with Om Shivpuri (Bihari), Purnima (Mrs. Thakur), Amarnath (Thakur Vijendra Singh who is killed by Mr. Bihari before the titles), IndraniMukerjee (Mrs. Bihari who becomes dumb due to Mr. Bihari), Jairaj, Anita Guha, Nazir Hussain, Johny Whisky, CS Dubey, Jankidas, Jagdeep, Mushtaq Merchant, Kader Khan and Ranjeet. Dialogues were by Kader Khan. Anand Bakshi wrote the songs and Laxmikant-Pyarelal were the music directors.
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