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This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in 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 :

5241 Post No. : 17238

Today we celebrate a combined anniversary of two singers. Two singers who were contemporary, two singers who were very good friends, two singers whose voices were considered almost similar. It is the birth anniversary of Geeta Dutt (nee Roy), and the remembrance day of Meena Kapoor.

23rd November – Geeta Ji was born in the year 1930 in Idilpur village (now in Bangladesh), into a zamindar family. In early 1940s, they moved to Calcutta (now Kolkata) and then to Bombay (now Mumbai) in mid 1940s.  The same date in 2017, Meena ji passed away in Kolkata, after some years of illness. She was in Delhi till 2003, the year when Anil Da (Anil Biswas) passed away, and then she moved to Kolkata.

Geeta ji started her singing career in 1945, with the film ‘Aadhaar’ under the music direction of SN Tripathi. Her last released film is ‘Anubhav’ from 1971, and then ‘Midnight’ from 1972, which remained unreleased.

Meena ji started her career in 1946. Two films with her playback singing were released that year – ‘Door Chalen’ under the music direction of KC Dey, and ‘Eight Days’ under the music direction of SD Burman. Her last singing assignment is recorded for the 1965 film ‘Chhoti Chhoti Baaten’, with music by Anil Biswas.

As I thought of writing a combined post for these two singing ladies, I tried to search for a duet sung by them. As per the Geet Kosh, I am able to locate only three duets they have sung. Two of them are already posted here on our blog. The first one is from the film ‘Aadhi Raat’ (1950) – “Main Ne Balam Se Poochhaa Miloge Kahaan”, and the second one is from the film ‘Jalte Deep’ also from 1950 – “Aayi Milan Ki Raat Karo Meethhi Meethhi Baat”. The third duet listed in Geet Kosh is from 1951 film ‘Ghaayal’. The song is “Tera Kisi Pe Aaye Dil…”. This song is not yet posted on our blog. And for good reason. This song is not yet traceable in public domain. The funny thing is that the song on the ‘palat’ (other) side of the record (GE 8739) is very much available – “Dil Toota Hua, Pal Pal Tujhe Pukaare” (singer is Meena Kapoor) and also posted on our blog. But as I started inquiring yesterday evening from my trusted circle of collector friends, all of the replied that this song is somehow not yet available.

But then today late morning, I got information about two other duet songs of this pair, which was very heartening. Just as a side, film ‘Ghaayal’ of 1951 has one other song in which the voices of these two ladies appear. However, this one is a trio song accompanied by GM Durrani. It is a long song, on both sides of the record (no. GE8740) which means it is about 6 minutes long. I was actually preparing to use this trio song for today’s post, but then I got two responses from two dear friends, both sharing information about one duet song each. Very interesting development indeed.

First I got to see a message from dear Gajendra Khanna ji (Bengaluru based) in which he shared info about another duet song. This one is from the 1948 film ‘Hip Hip Hurray’ (aka ‘Chaube ji’) and the song title is “Hum Jaan Gaye Jaan Gaye Jaan Gaye Ji”. The Geet Kosh does not list the singer names for this song. I tried to confirm this information, checking with another dear friend Zafar Bhai (based in Delhi-6), and he sent me the image of the record of this song. The reason that GK does not list the singer names is because the record itself does not carry these names. On checking back with Gajendra Ji, he shared with me the audio of the song, and said that the identification is based on the voices on the track. So we found another duet song.

And then almost immediately Zafar Bhai also responded with an additional song. This turns out to be a NFS duet, that makes it all the more rare. The fact that there are really very rare duet NFS songs (of any pair of singers), being able to locate one with these two voices, which have otherwise also not sung too many songs together, makes is rarer than rare.

I decided to go ahead with this NFS song, and dear Zafar Bhai immediately obliged by posting it on YouTube. All the additional delays that bring this post to almost 9 pm in the evening, are my doing. :D) :D)

The lyrics of this song are from the pen of Madhukar Rajasthani, an eminent poet of his time. Music is from the mind of Vedpal Verma, one of the lesser heard names in Hindi films, who has otherwise a notable portfolio of 70 songs from about a dozen films (this info is till 1980, and there may be more work done by this MD beyond 1980).

The song is a ‘bidaai’ song. A hoary tradition of this land – a song that is sung to bid farewell to a new bride as she starts her journey to a new home, a new family and a new life partner. The words are so wonderfully appropriate. My identification of the voices is that the first stanza is in the voice of Geeta ji and the second stanza is in the voice of Meena ji. I may be wrong, as I am not a good judge of voices. The record label unmistakably carries both names. In case my identification is in error, please let me know and I will make necessary changes.

In the beginning of the song there are a few lines that have been recited by an unidentified male voice. Could it be the poet himself? I cannot say.

Two very beautiful voices, and two very beautiful ladies. Good friends, but singing together only occasionally. Enjoy this very rare treat of an NFS duet song, with lots of thanks to Zafar Bhai for making my day.

 

Song – Jaa Ri Laadli Apne Ghar Ko (NFS) (1952) Singer – Geeta Roy (Dutt), Meena Kapoor, Lyrics – Madhukar Rajasthani, MD – Vedpal Verma

Lyrics

kaisa milan ye kaisa bichhudna
kaisa milan ye kaisa bichhudna
kaisi jag ki reet re
kaisi jag ki reet
de di bida mohe hanste hanste
de di bida mohe hanste hanste
kaise hain ye meet
goonj raha kaanon mein ab tak
wahi vidaai geet
ja ri laadli apne ghar ko
yaad hamaari karna
saath tumhaare meri duaaen
phoolo phalo khush rehna
ja ri laadli

oo oo oooo
bachpan ke sab sangi saathi
bachpan ke sab sangi saathi
bhulat naahin bhulaaye
man chhoda babul ki nagri
man chhoda babul ki nagri
tan doli mein jaaye
tan doli mein jaaye
door kahin wo le ke bansi
baar baar ye gaaye
ja ri laadli apne ghar ko
yaad hamaari karna
saath tumhaare meri duaaen
phoolo phalo khush rehna
ja ri laadli

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir Kapur)
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कैसा मिलन ये कैसा बिछुड़ना
कैसा मिलन ये कैसा बिछुड़ना
कैसी जग की रीत रे
कैसी जग की रीत
दे दी बिदा मोहे हँसते हँसते
दे दी बिदा मोहे हँसते हँसते
कैसे हैं ये मीत
गूंज रहा कानों में अब तक
वही विदाई गीत
जा री लाड़ली अपने घर को
याद हमारी करना
साथ तुम्हारे मेरी दुआएं
फूलो फलो खुश रहना
जा री लाड़ली

ओ ओ ओ
बचपन के सब संगी साथी
बचपन के सब संगी साथी
भूलत नहीं भुलाए
मन छोड़ा बाबुल की नगरी
मन छोड़ा बाबुल की नगरी
तन डोली में जाये
तन डोली में जाये
दूर कहीं वो ले के बांसुरी
बार बार ये गाये
जा री लाड़ली अपने घर को
याद हमारी करना
साथ तुम्हारे मेरी दुआएं
फूलो फलो खुश रहना
जा री लाड़ली


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in 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 :

4761 Post No. : 16507

Today 31st July’2021 is the forty-second ‘Remembrance Day’ of Singer Mohd Rafi (born on 24.12.1924 and passed away on 31.07.1980).

On this occasion as a tribute to him I am presenting a song from the 1965 movie ‘Sant Tukaram’.

This was the oldest song, movie-wise, and oldest one that I had noted among the Rafi songs lying ready with me.

“Sant Tukaram-1965” was directed by Rakesh Nanda for ‘Ashok Films, Bombay’. It had Anita Guha, Shahu Modak, B.M. Vyas, Rohit Kumar, Madhu Apte, Badri Prasad, Kesari, Narmada Shankar, Vishwas Kunte, Tun Tun, Sadhna Khote, Helen, Rajpal and others.

Our respected Arun ji has given the story of this movie while discussing this song ‘Is jeewan mein jin jin se… ham to chale apne gaaon, sab ko mera raam raam’ as below.

About there centuries ago, Tukaram was born in Dehu Gaon. He was a sudra and had poor village folk take good from his shop and asked them to pay when they could afford. Mumbaji, the Pujari of the Ganesh Temple held permanent grudge against him. He instigated another grocer of the village to set fire to Tukaram’s shop. As if all these calamities were not enough one more was added to his lot in the form of famine. Tukarams old mother, his first wife and son died of starvation. Thukaram became detached from the world and spent his whole time in worship. He developed extraordinary powers. He even gave life to a dead child. But all this didn’t offer bread to his family. His surviving wife, Jeeja Bai implored him to seek some avocation. The landlord offered him the job as the watchman in his fields. Mumbaji drove cattle in the fields in order to destory the crop. By the grace of Lord Krishna, the yield was double, and the landlord gave Tukaram place for worship of the Lord.

Now Mumbaji asked Rambha a Nautch girl to spoil his reputation by enticing Tukaram with her fake love. Rambha failed. As a last resort he invited Rameshwar Bhatt the religious head to Dehu Gaon. Rameshwar Bhatt ordered Tukaram to stop writing abhang since he was born a shudra and ordered him to throw his `Gatha (Collection of Abhangs) in the Indrayani river. He did so but took a vow that he will fast unto death till his Gatha was restored to him by the Deity of the river. This miracle happened after two weeks ordeal. Shivaji Maharaj come to meet him. He offered money and gold to Tukaram, but he humbly declined to accept it. Shivaji that evening joined his keertan. Mumbaji informed the Moghuls to capture Shivaji. The Moghul Army found a thousand Shivaji’s and they returned flabbergasted. After this incident he peacefully wrote more abhangs. Mumbaji turned a leper and the village children pelted stones on him. Rameshwar Bhatt’s body felt burning sensation and even long submerging of the body in water could not heal him. At last, Tukaram received the message of the Lord to go to Heaven. The village folk thronged the streets for his Darshan. Even Mumbaji and Rameshwar Bhatt came to ask his forgiveness. They were cured of their maladies. The celestial Viman descended from the sky before the entire gathering of the village, and he went to heaven bodily.

This movie had eight songs. They ere written by Bharat Vyas (six songs) and Madhukar Rajasthani (two songs). Music for this movie was composed by Vedpal.

Here are the details of the songs in this movie.

SNo Song Title Singer/s Lyricist Posted On
01 Bhagwaan ne janm diya manav ko Manna Dey Bharat Vyas
02 Banaa sakte ho jab duniya … ab to bataa de avgun mere Mohd Rafi Madhukar Rajasthani 26.12.2015
03 Shri Krishna Govind Gopalam… Jaagaa naya sawera Mohd Rafi Madhukar Rajasthani Being discussed today
04 Nandlala Gopala, baal Gopala Manna Dey, chorus Bharat Vyas
05 Pehle beej akela, ankoor phoota garbh se chhoota Manna Dey Bharat Vyas 01.05.2013
06 Yah poonam ki chaandni… O bholey jogi sun meri paayliya Asha Bhonsle,Manna Dey Bharat Vyas
07 Deen dayaalu hain bade… Raam jisey taarey to usey kaun maarey Manna Dey, chorus Bharat Vyas
08 Is jeewan mein jin jin se… ham to chale apne gaaon, sab ko mera raam raam Manna Dey Bharat Vyas 10.11.2013

Today’s song is sung by Mohd Rafi and it is lip-synced on screen by Shahu Modak.

There is this incidence of Rameshwar Bhatt asking Sant Tukaram to immerse all his writings – Abhangs in the river Indrayani. In the movie the today’s song seems to be happening at this incidence where Sant Tukaram immersed his writings into the river and singing this song.

Let us now listen to today’s song sung by Mohd Rafi. Lyrics are by Madhukar Rajasthani, and music is composed by Vedpal.

Video

Audio

Song-Jaaga naya sawera andhiyaara dhal gaya (Sant Tukaram)(1965) Singer-Rafi, Madhukar Rajasthani, MD-Vedpal

Lyrics

Shri Krishna govind gopalam
Shri Krishna govind gopalam

Jaaga naya sawera
Andhiyaara dhal gaya
Jaaga naya sawera
Andhiyaara dhal gaya
Toote jagat ke bandhan
Jeewan badal gaya aa
Jaaga naya sawera
Andhiyaara dhal gaya

Apnon ki moh maaya
Jhoothi baraat hai
Such dukh ka ye kabeelaa
Bande ke saath hai
Isko samajh ke bachna
Apne hi haath hai
Vedon ka saar ismein
Chhoti si baat hai
Aankhon ne jab ye parkha
Sankat hi tal gaya aa aa
Jaaga naya sawera
Andhiyaara dhal gaya

Chhal aur kapat mein uljha
Phirta hai aadmi
Karta hai jag mein jaisa
Bharta hai aadmi
Sab kuchh samajh ke kuchh naa
Samjha hai aadmi
Jaaye naa saath kuchh bhi
Jaata hai aadmi
Socha ye jisne uska
Har pal sambhal gaya aa aa
Jaaga naya sawera
Andhiyaara dhal gaya

Jhoothhe hain saare bandhan
Saanson ke taar ke
Rakh de re jag ka bojha
Jag mein utaar ke
Shamshaan ki chitaayein kehtin pukaar ke
Aana yahaan padega
Maanav ko haar ke
Oonche gagan pe chadh ke
Suraj bhi dhal gaya aa aa
Jaaga naya sawera
Andhiyaara dhal gaya
Toote jagat ke bandhan
Jeewan badal gaya aa aa
Jaaga naya sawera
Andhiyaara dhal gaya


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Blog Day :

4637 Post No. : 16294

“The Right And the wrong”(1970) was written, produced and directed by Harbans (Micky) Kumar for Deluxe Films Corporation. It was the first Carribean (West Indian) colour movie, produced in Trinidad and Tobago, a country with large population of Indian origin emigrants who left India and settled in that as well as neighbouring countries (such as Guyana, Suriname etc) a few centuries ago. Many West Indian Cricketers with Indian sounding names are descendents of those Indian origin people. Names like Sonny Ramadhin, Rohan Kanhai, Alvin Kalicharan, Shivnaraine Chanderpal, Ravi Rampal, Darren Ganga, Ramnaresh Sarwan are familiar to cricket lovers.

“The Right And the wrong”(1970) had Ralph Maharaj, Angela Seukaran, Elain Le Gare, Frant Raiter,Francis ashlby, Gloria Kim david, Holly Betaudier, Jasse mcdonald,Mark mathews, Rasheed Pier khan, Susan Hawkins, Tony Maharaj,Yusuf Ali etc in it.

This movie was set in the era hen these emigrants from India were used by white people as contract labours. The movie was in English but it had two Hindi songs in it. Some Hindi movie names were roped in to create these songs.

One such song is already represented in the blog. This song is sung by Mukesh ! This song (and for that matter the movie itself) was a big hit among Indian origin people of West Indies. If one is not aware, one would consider that song as from an Indian movie. This song, O mere hamraahi kyun tera man ghabraaye was discussed in the blog on 2 January 2009, more than 12 years ago !

It turns out that the second Hindi song from this movie was a Holi festival song ! Today (29 march 2021) is the festival of Holi. These are unusual days for India and the world, when extreme caution is advisable while celebrating festivals. On this occasion, here is this “unusual” Holi song from an English language Carribean movie.

If the earlier song was sung by Mukesh, then this song is sung by Manna Dey. The song also has male and female chorus. Thakur Chhabra is the lyricist. Music is composed by Vedpal Verma.

Lyrics of this song and other details ere sent to me by Prakashchandra.

I take this opportunity to wish everyone a happy and safe Holi.

Audio link:

Video link:

Song-Rang holi ka niraala (The right and the wrong)(1970) Singer-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Thakur Chhabra, MD-Vedpal Verma
Male chorus
Female chorus
All chorus

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

aaaa…aaan…aaan…aaan…aaa
aaaan..aaa..aaaa..aaa..aaa.aa

aaa..aaa…aaa…..aaaa
haaaa…aaa….aaa…aaaa…aaa..aaa…aa

hoyye rang holi ka niraalaa
na koyi gora na koyi kaalaa
hamein ek kar daalaa
is rang ne ae
rang daalaa hamein apne hi rang mein hoyye ae ae
o rang holi ka niraalaa
na koyi gora na koyi kaalaa
hamein ek kar daalaa
is rang ne ae
rang daalaa
hoyye hoyye

jaat paat aur bhed bhaav ke ae ae
is ne bandhan todey ae ae
ho o o o ho o ho o o is ne bandhan todey
haayye ae
jhoom jhoom sab naach rahey hain aen aen
mann se mann ko jodey ae
ho o ho o o o mann se man ko jodey
jhoom jhoom sab naach rahey hain
mann se man ko jodey

haayye chhotey badey ko milaayaa
bhed bhaav ko mitaayaa
rang daalaa hamein apne hi rang mein aen

o ho oo oho o o o
ho o o ho o o ho o o ho
ho o oo ooo ho oo
ho o o ho o o oho oo ho oo oo hho hho o ho
rang rangeela phagun aayaa
masti hai ang ang mein aen aen aen aen
bhar pichkaari phaguaa kheley
nar naari sang sang mein
haayye dholak baajey dhamaakk dhamm dhamm
hho gori naachey chhamaakk chhamm chhamm
chhedi pyaar ki aisi sargam
is rang ne ae ae
rang daalaa hamein apne hi rang mein aen
o rang holi ka niraalaa na koyi


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 :

4423 Post No. : 15838

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2010-2020) – Song No.60
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Welcome all to this post for today’s(27 August 2020) blog ten-year challenge. Hopefully we will have two posts under the challenge today.

Atul ji had mentioned in previous posts of the challenge that the blog was having ‘customary’ six posts a day those days. This average was well maintained throughout the month. The blog had a whopping total of 176 posts in August 2010, which if we think now would look impossible with the current rate. Nowadays even a hundred posts in a single month looks like a distant dream. The last occasion of a hundred posts in one single month was in March’2018.

But we can always hope that the blog in some future date will regain those glory years strike rate of ‘five -six’ posts per day. Let us see how many we can achieve today.

Ten years back on this date (27 august 2010), the following songs were posted on the blog;

Song Movie title-Year Remarks
Ritu aaye ritu jaaye duniyaa rang badalti hai Sahaaraa-1958 07 songs posted
Dil se dil takraaye Love Marriage-1959 All songs covered
Matwaali naar thumak thumak chali jaaye Ek Phool Chaar Kaante-1960 All songs covered
Phir ek baar kaho Maayaa-1961 All songs covered
Dekhi anaadi teri preet Biraadari-1966 All songs covered
Kaun sunegaa kisko sunaayen Sautan Ki Beti-1989 01 song posted

Out of the six movies represented that day on 27.08.2010 four movies viz. ‘Biraadari-1966’, ‘Maayaa-1961’, ‘Ek Phool Chaar Kaante-1960’ and ‘Love Marriage-1959’ have already been ‘Yippeeee’ed’ viz all their songs have been covered on the blog.

We have two movies ‘Sautan Ki Beti-1989’ and ‘Sahaaraa-1958’ eligible for discussion today, ten years down the line.

Here I am presenting a song from ‘Sautan Ki Beti-1989’ which had made its debut on the blog ten years back and completed a full cycle of ‘ten years’ with only one of its song represented on the blog.

Song Posted On
Kaun sunegaa kisko sunaayen 27.08.2010

I had watched this movie during my stay at Kota in 1989. Though I do not remember the movie now but couple of its songs were quite popular. Today I am presenting one such song from this movie.

Music in ‘Saawan Kumar movies’ had always remain special and songs from the movies directed by him have always been likened and appreciated by many.

Take the case of this movie it had few good songs and one ‘sentimental gem’ sung by Kishore Kumar had already been posted earlier. Today’s song is also a ‘sad song’, having beautiful (or meaningful) lyrics, sung by Lata Mangeshkar and lip synced by Rekha on screen.

Before moving to the today’s song here is a brief about this movie.

“Souten Ki Beti-1989” or ‘Sautan Ki Beti’ was directed by Saawan Kumar for his home productions ‘Saawan Kumar Productions’. It had Jeetendra, Rekha, Jayaprada, Sumeet Saigal, Vijayendra Ghatge. They were supported by Raja Babu, Baby Guddu, Bal Dhuri, Anil Kumar, Nisha Prashant, B.B. Bhalla and Veera. This movie also had Ramesh Oswal, Ratan Bhatia, Bindu Kamat, Poonam Malhotra, Jamura, Narendra Wadhavan, Balvant Bansal and others.

The movie introduced Dipinti. (I don’t remember if she acted in more movies?)

Talat Hussain makes a friendly appearance in this movie.

Story of this movie was also written by Saawan Kumar and screenplay was written by Bhaarat B. Bhalla. (the double ‘aa’ in Saawan Kumar and Bhaarat is as per the titles of the movie and not added by me 🙂 ).

Dialogues of this movie were written by Kamleshwar. Editing was done by Vanktesh Naik.

This movie had seven songs sung by Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar, Anuradha Paudwal, Sadhna Sargam and Meghna Shrivastava.

All the songs were also written by Saawan Kumar himself and music for this movie was composed by Vedpaal. (‘aa’ 🙂 )

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 27.06.1989. (cannot forget the date 🙂 , Pancham Da’s birth anniversary and special day for me)

Let us now enjoy today’s song lip synced on screen by the beautiful Rekha and sung by Lata Mangeshkar. As mentioned above lyrics are Sawan Kumar and music is composed by Vedpal.

Audio

Video

Song-Ham bhool gaye re har baat magar tera pyaar nahin bhooley (Sautan Ki Beti)(1989) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Sawan Kumar , MD-Vedpal

Lyrics

ham bhool gaye re har baat
magar teraa pyaar nahin bhooley
ham bhool gaye re har baat
magar teraa pyaar nahin bhooley
kya kya huaa dil ke saa aa aat
kya kya huaa dil ke saath
magar teraa pyaar nahin bhooley
ham bhool gaye re har baat
magar teraa pyaar nahin bhooley

duniyaa se shikaayat kya karte
jab toone hamen samjhaa hi nahin
duniyaa se shikaayat kya karte
jab toone hamen samjhaa hi nahin
ghairon ko bhalaa kya samjhaate
jab apnon ne samjhaa hi nahin
toone chhod diyaa re meraa haath
(sobbing sound)
toone chhod diyaa re meraa haath
magar teraa pyaar nahin bhooley
kya kya huaa dil ke saa aa aath
kya kya huaa dil ke saath
magar teraa pyaar nahin bhooley
ham bhool gaye re har baat
magar teraa pyaar nahin bhooley

qasmein khaa kar waade todey
ham phir bhi tujhe naa bhool sakey
qasmein khaa kar waade todey
ham phir bhi tujhe naa bhool sakey
jhoole to pade baaghon mein magar
ham bin tere naa jhool sakey
saawan mein jaley re din raat
magar teraa pyaar nahin bhooley
kya kya huaa dil ke saa aa aath
kya kya huaa dil ke saath
magar teraa pyaar nahin bhooley
ham bhool gaye re har baat
magar teraa pyaar nahin bhooley
ham bhool gaye re har baat
magar teraa pyaar nahin bhooley
(sobbing sound)

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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हम भूल गए रे हर बात
मगर तेरा प्यार नहीं भूले
हम भूल गए रे हर बात
मगर तेरा प्यार नहीं भूले
क्या क्या हुआ दिल के साथ
क्या क्या हुआ दिल के साथ
मगर तेरा प्यार नहीं भूले
हम भूल गए रे हर बात
मगर तेरा प्यार नहीं भूले

दुनिया से शिकायत क्या करते
जब तूने हमें समझा ही नहीं
दुनिया से शिकायत क्या करते
जब तूने हमें समझा ही नहीं
गैरों को भला क्या समझाते
जब अपनों ने समझा ही नहीं
तूने छोड़ दिया रे मेरा हाथ
(सिसकने की आवाज़)
मगर तेरा प्यार नहीं भूले
क्या क्या हुआ दिल के साथ
क्या क्या हुआ दिल के साथ
मगर तेरा प्यार नहीं भूले
हम भूल गए रे हर बात
मगर तेरा प्यार नहीं भूले

कसमें खा कर वादें तोड़े
हम फिर तुझे ना भूल सके
कसमें खा कर वादें तोड़े
हम फिर तुझे ना भूल सके
झूले तो पड़े बाग़ों में मगर
हम तेरे बिन ना झूल सके
सावन में जले रे दिन रात
मगर तेरा प्यार नहीं भूले
क्या क्या हुआ दिल के साथ
क्या क्या हुआ दिल के साथ
मगर तेरा प्यार नहीं भूले
हम भूल गए रे हर बात
मगर तेरा प्यार नहीं भूले
हम भूल गए रे हर बात
मगर तेरा प्यार नहीं भूले
(सिसकने की आवाज़)


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4303 Post No. : 15569

During 1950s and 1960s, there were quite a few South Indian movies that were dubbed into Hindi. While dialogues were dubbed, original songs sung in the South Indian language were resung in Hindi.

“Aayi Phir Se Bahaar”(1960) is one such movie. It was a remake of Tamil movie “Raaja Raani” (1956). The movie was written by M Karunanidhi and directed by A Bhimsingh. The movie had Padmini, Sivaji Ganesan, S S Rajendran, Raja Sulochana, T A Madhuram, N S Krishnan, Rajgopal, Doraiswami, etc in it.

The Tamil movie had T R Pappa as the music ditector. When this movie was dubbed in Hindi, Vedpal Verma was tasked with recording songs in Hindi.

The Hindi version had eight songs. One song has been covered in the past.

Here is the second song from “Aayi Phir Se Bahaar”(1960) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Lata. Vedpal Verma is the lyricist as well as the music director. The song is picturisec as a radio song.Padmini switches on the radio and this song begins to play right from the beginning. No time wasted for previos song, or announcement. In my radio listening days I could rarely time my radio switching to this perfection. 🙂

After the song is over, the radio gets switched off. So in effect, the radio gets used as a record player, which by the way was not yet invented till that time. 🙂

Audio

Video

Song-Tu dulhan banegi teri doliya sajegi (Aayi phir Se Bahaar)(1960) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Vedpal Verma, MD-Vedpal Verma

Lyrics

Tu dulhan banegi
teri doliya sajegi gori
laayega raaja baaraat
ho gori
laayega raaja baaraat
tu dulhan banegi
teri doliya sajegi gori
laayega raaja baaraat
ho gori
laayega raaja baaraat

chanda banega maathe ki bindiya
kaari badariya kaajal
kaari badariya kaajal
amber banega teri chunariya
aur bijuriya paayal
aur bijuriya paayal
laaj rachegi bankar mehandi
kar degi peele haath
ho gori laayega raaja baaraat
tu dulhan banegi
teri doliya sajegi gori
laayega raaja baaraat
ho gori laayega raaja baaraat

preet ye teri dulhan banegi
dulha sajan ka pyaar
dulha sajan ka pyaar
baadal banenge teri paalki
pavan jhakore ka haar
pavan jhakore ka haar
pahle milan me karna tu gori
rangreliyaan saari raat
ho gori laayega raaja baaraat
tu dulhan banegi
teri doliya sajegi gori
laayega raaja baaraat
ho gori laayega raaja baaraat


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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4070 Post No. : 15207 Movie Count :

4180

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 86 # Asha Bhonsle – Happy 86th birth anniversary#
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Yesterday 8th September 2019 was the eighty-sixth birth anniversary (born on 08th Sep’1933) of the legendary singer Asha Bhonsle.

We are all aware of the greatness and versatility of this voice and cannot imagine our HFM (for me Marathi film music too) without her voice. She has been ruling the hearts over seven decades or more than that now…

I am not going into the details of her biography, famous songs, popular songs, awards etc etc because her name itself speaks for the ‘greatness’ and her ‘epic’ journey in our film industry and the name itself carries such a vastness in it that one can only imagine the efforts one have to put in writing about her journey in HFM. And that is why I salute to all the authors who have written the various books on her.

She has come a long way and immortalized herself in the Hindi Film music with her singing. We have been reading about her initial struggle and competition with other singers including her own sister the great legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar. But Asha Bhonsle carved out a special place for her and remain favorites of many music lovers.

Her popularity keeps increasing and was always increasing in other countries too. And how popular she was in other countries than India, I came to know while I was once travelling in a UAE based airlines from Abu Dhabi to Ahmedabad. In the flight ‘entertainment box’ when I was looking for various Hindi film audios to listen during the travel, I came across a compilation of Asha Bhonsle containing almost fifty songs starting from ‘Mr John ya Baba Khan’ to the very latest song, I think, from ‘Begum Jaan (2017)’. Her introduction was given very aptly mentioning her as the ‘true Queen of Melody’ and her seven decades long career in Bollywood and singing film and non-film songs and songs in many languages too. (I do not remember the exact words now, but it was very well mentioning of her great achievements in that brief intro).
Then there were compilations of other Indian singers too like Mohd Rafi, Yesudas, Shreya Ghoshal, and Lata Mangeshkar. (I think Kishore Kumar’s songs were not there and songs from Yesudas and S.P. Balasubramaniam were in regional languages of India).

But the interesting thing that surprised me was when I read the intro given for Lata Mangeshkar. She was mentioned as the ‘another giant singer in Bollywood and sister of the great Asha Bhonsle’ :). And like other singers (that I mentioned above) the quantity of songs included for Lata Mangeshkar too was around 20-25 songs only.

One can understand my feelings, as an Indian, when I read that intro and the thoughts going through my mind. Well, nothing wrong in that if we see the other point of view, and for us both of them will remain ‘great and immortal’ always forever.

And, I think today’s song is a befitting song for the occasion of the 86th birth anniversary of Asha Bhonsle. This song epitomises much of what she is known for.

The song is from the movie ‘Koraa Badan-1974’ directed by B.S. Shad for ‘Brar Productions, Bombay’ and was a ‘social movie’ (passed by Censor Board with ‘A’ certificate).

It had Reeta Anchan, Harinder, Bindu, Jayshree T., Paintal, Montu, Rajan Haksar, Shera, Yash Sharma, Prakash Ved, Meher Mittal, Vijay Tandon.
Also, it had Sunil Dutt, Mala Sinha, Dev Kumar, Subhash Ghai, Shobhna in ‘Special appearances.

This movie had six songs penned by Babu Singh Maan (three songs), Kashmir Qadar (two songs) and Mahendra Dehalvi (one song).
Songs for this movie were composed by Vedpal Verma, and Shruti, Kant Verma and Ajay Kumar were his assistants.
Asha Bhonsle, Hemlata, Krishna Bose and Manhar had given their voices to the songs in this movie.
Background music for this movie was given by Mohammad Shafi.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 15.03.1974 with restricted viewing for ‘Adults’ only.
(It seems that there was another movie with the same title in ‘2003’, and the online videos of this 2003 movie is available which is wrongly described as movie of 1974.

Today’s song is written by Mahendra Dehalvi and composed by Vedpal Verma. On screen it is performed by Jayshree T., and sung by Asha Bhonsle.

When I initially shared this song in 2013 (on 08.06.2013) the video of this song was available and the link no longer exists
However, audio of this song is available. (there is a little difference in lyrics in the video and the audio of the songs i.e. only for repeating of the same lines in ‘antara’ and the ‘mukhda’ at the end of the song.
The lyrics given are as per audio link available and I have keep the ‘mukhda’ at the end of the song as per the video link).

let us now enjoy this song …

With today’s song the movie ‘Koraa Badan-1974’ makes its debut on the blog.

I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on this movie and its songs.

Audio

Song-Zindagi zindadili ka naam hai (Kora Badan)(1974) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Mahendra Dehalvi, MD-Vedpal Verma

Lyrics

Zindagi
Aha zindagi ee
Ho Zindagi
Zindaa dili kaa naam hai
Zindagi zindaadili kaa naam hai ae
Jeena hai to hans ke jee le tu
Pyaar mein gham ka zehar bhi pee le tu u
Zindagi zindaadili kaa naam hai ae
Zindagi ee

Ya aa yaara yaara yaara ya
Yaara aa
Yaara aa

Narm honthhon ke
Surkh paimaane
Pee le pee le tu u
Aaj deewaane ae
Narm honthhon ke ae ae
surkh paimaane ae
Pee le pee le tu
aaj deewaane ae
Mastiyon mein doob ja re
Bekhudi ka le mazaa re
Zindagi
Zindagi zindaadili kaa naam hai ae
Zindagi zindaadili kaa naam hai
Jeena hai to hans ke jee le tu
Pyaar mein gham ka zehar bhi pee le tu u
Zindagi zindaadili kaa naam hai ae
Zindagi ee

Ya aa yaara yaara yaara ya aa
Ya aa yaara yaara yaara yaa yaa
Yaara aa
Yaara aa

Chaar din ke hain
Gham ke ye baadal
Waqt badlegaa aa
aaj nahin to kal
Chaar din ke hain
gham ke ye baadal
Waqt badlegaa aa
aaj nahin to kal
Husn ki baahon mein aaja
Pyaar ki raahon mein aaja
Zindagi
Zindagi zindaadili kaa naam hai
Zindagi zindaadili kaa naam hai

Jeena hai to hans ke jee le tu
Pyaar mein gham ke zaher bhi pee le tu
Zindagi zindaadili kaa naam hai
Zindagi zindaadili kaa naam hai
Zindagi

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Devnagri Script lyrics(Prrovided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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ज़िन्दगी
आहा ज़िन्दगी ई
हो ज़िन्दगी
ज़िंदा दिली का नाम है
ज़िन्दगी जिंदादिली का नाम है ए
जीना है तो हंस के जी ले तू
प्यार में ग़म का ज़हर भी पी ले तू ऊ
ज़िन्दगी जिंदादिली का नाम है ए
ज़िन्दगी ई

या आ
यारा यारा यारा या
यारा आ
यारा आ

नर्म होंठों के
सुर्ख पैमाने
पी ले पी ले तू ऊ
आज दीवाने ए
नर्म होंठों के
सुर्ख पैमाने ए
पी ले पी ले तू
आज दीवाने ए
मस्तियों में डूब जा रे
बेखुदी का ले मज़ा रे
ज़िन्दगी
ज़िन्दगी जिंदादिली का नाम है ए
ज़िन्दगी जिंदादिली का नाम है ए
जीना है तो हंस के जी ले तू
प्यार में ग़म का ज़हर भी पी ले तू ऊ
ज़िन्दगी जिंदादिली का नाम है ए
ज़िन्दगी ई

या आ
यारा यारा यारा या आ
या आ
यारा यारा यारा या या
यारा आ
यारा आ

चार दिन के हैं
ग़म के ये बादल
वक़्त बदलेगा आ आज नहीं तो कल
चार दिन के हैं ए
ग़म के ये बादल
वक़्त बदलेगा आ आज नहीं तो कल
हुस्न की बाहों में आजा
प्यार की राहों में आजा
ज़िन्दगी
ज़िन्दगी जिंदादिली का नाम है
ज़िन्दगी जिंदादिली का नाम है

प्यार में ग़म का ज़हर भी पी ले तू
ज़िन्दगी जिंदादिली का नाम है ए
ज़िन्दगी ई


This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, 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.

Recently, I came to know of a film called AAYI PHIR SE BAHAAR (1960) for the first time when I heard a song from this film on a clip of songs from Radio Ceylon programme uploaded on YT. After a few google searches, I came to know the reason why this was an obscure film. It was a dubbed Hindi film of a Tamil film ‘Raja Rani’ (1956) with Hindi songs replacing Tamil songs. The Hindi version had Vedpal Verma as the music director. Since all the songs in Hindi were composed on the original tunes of Tamil songs, one can say that Vedpal Verma was more of a music arranger for the Hindi version songs than the music director.
Read more on this topic…


This article is written by Shekhar Gupta, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog.

“Tum na aaye sanam shamma jalti rahi” is one of those rare gems which involves all B-grade names apart from the peerless Lata Mangeshkar herself.
It is her sublime rendering of this number on a lesser light of that period, namely, Vijaya Chowdhary, with B-grade Bollywood hero Ranjan sometimes in the frame.
Read more on this topic…


This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog.

This find is simply exciting. A song that is foot tapping, and very hummable, full of delight. Another one, heard long, long back, and then lost. Just bumped into it today, and just could not wait to write a post. The birthday of Suman Kalyanpur has just passed on 28th Jan. I would rather send in a belated greetings than wait for another year. This song is just too good to wait for that long.
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Most of the songs posted in this blog are well known for me as well for my readers. But sometimes, I come across songs which either I or my readers may be totally unfamiliar with. I have, for instance, come across some forgotten gems from some forgotten Bollywood movies which I had never heard before.
Read more on this topic…


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