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Posts Tagged ‘Vinod Mehra


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 : 3727 Post No. : 14667

Hullo all in Atuldom

Saw a good clean movie with a straight forward story today. The story was almost as if inspired from the life of Valmiki.

Let me begin at the beginning. As I was writing my previous post on Hrishikesh Mukherjee I went through the filmography and saw that I had missed out seeing Sabse Bada Sukh; Arjun Pandit; Naukri; Achcha Bura; Naamumkin (of the 70s and 80s) and a few from the earlier decades. So, I decided since I have the time I shall see one today. But before that I was looking for songs where Sachin Dev Burman and Majrooh Sultanpuri had collaborated and was also hoping that all the songs of this duo had not bee posted. And sure enough all the extremely popular albums – Paying Guest, Solva Saal, Lajwanti, Nau Do Gyarah, Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi etc- that the two have worked together on have made their appearance on the blog. So that left me with the 70s to put under the search engine (because post 31st October 1975 SD Burman was not there). The 70s have given us a few gems from this duo- Phagun, Abhimaan, Sagina, Arjun Pandit etc. and on running through “the list of songs moviewise and checking up the status of these movies I found we have one song posted from Arjun Pandit, all songs of Abhimaan, Phagun (3 out of 6) Sagina (all songs posted). That left only Arjun Pandit for my use. Then I checked up number of songs in the movie and one out of three are posted.

Bingo! Here is the next song. I sat through the uploaded version of the movie on YouTube – the actual movie might have been longer as the YouTube version had only two songs, so maybe some parts of the movie too, may have got edited on the way to the cyberworld. Was impressed by the star cast. More positive feelings when I saw the introduction of Bindu in the movie. And the good feeling didn’t diminish through the movie. Nothing could go wrong with the movie- after all Hrishikesh Mukherjee was the director, dialogues were by Gulzar, central character was played by Sanjeev Kumar. The rest of the cast were also good actors, even debutant actress Srividya (from the South Indian film industry).

A small introduction to Srividya. She was born in 1953 to the Carnatic classical singer M L Vasanthakumari and Tamil film comedian Krishnamurthy. She made her acting debut at a very young age as the family had financial problems as her father had to stop acting due to some illness. She was successful in all the four South Indian language cinemas. She was also an expert classical vocalist and had done playback singing in a few south movies. Her filmography says she has worked in 5 Bollywood movies and that “Jaise Ko Taisa” was her first Hindi movie. But the title card of “Arjun Pandit” says introducing “Srividya”. {Need experts to clarify this}.

Today’s song shows Srividya getting ready to receive her friend and Saajan. Very simple sweet lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri and simple orchestration by SD Burman. Only two singers were used in the movie- Kishore Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar. The Kishore Kumar song from this movie was posted on October 1, 2013 on the occasion of the lyricist and music director’s birthdate. {do we still have doubts about the birthdate of S D Burman as is mentioned by Bluefire in the comments to this posthttps://atulsongaday.me/2013/10/01/dil-mera-udaa-jaaye}

Oh, I just realized I have to explain about the Valmiki- inspiration angle to this movie. We have Sanjeev Kumar playing a henchman to the local Zamidaar (Rajan Haksar) who is dreaded by everyone in the village including his own daughter. Enter Ashok Kumar, as the doctor in the local village health centre and also a friend of the zamindar. His calm and loving nature inspires Sanjeev Kumar (Arjun Sardaar) to turn a new leaf, educate himself and make his daughter be comfortable when he is around. He goes on from being an illiterate strongman to a compassionate compounder to the doctor and finally also ends up looking after the family of the doctor as a responsible elder and family member would. So that then is the Valmiki part.

Song – Bolo Preetam, Kya Boli Thee Main Aage Re (Arjun Pandit) (1976) Singer – Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD – SD Burman

Lyrics

ho oo ooo
oo oo ooo
bolo preetam
bolo preetam
kya boli thi main aage re
bolo preetam kya boli thi main
bolo preetam kya boli thi main aage re
bolo preetam kya boli thi main
bolo preetam

oo ooo
oooooooo
ooo oooo ooo

kahin  bhi rooth ke jaaoge jaaoge
yahin pe laut ke aaoge aaoge
kahin bhi rooth ke jaaoge jaaoge
yahin pe laut ke aaoge aaoge
aaye na karke bahana piya
bolo preetam
bolo preetam
kya boli thi main aage re
bolo preetam

dekho na saans ulajh gayi na gayi na
agan si sulag gayi na gayi na
dekho na saans ulajh gayi na gayi na
agan si sulag gayi na gayi na
kahe ko garva se lipta liya
bolo preetam
bolo preetam
kya boli thi main aage re
bolo preetam kya boli thi main
bolo preetam kya boli thi main
bolo preetam

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir Kapur)
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हो ओ ओs
ओ ओ ओs
बोलो प्रीतम
बोलो प्रीतम
क्या बोली थी मैं आगे रे
बोलो प्रीतम क्या बोली थी मैं
बोलो प्रीतम क्या बोली थी मैं आगे रे
बोलो प्रीतम क्या बोली थी मैं
बोलो प्रीतम

ओ ओs
ओsssssss
ओs ओsss ओs

कहीं भी रूठ के जाओगे जाओगे
यहीं पे लौट के आओगे आओगे
कहीं भी रूठ के जाओगे जाओगे
यहीं पे लौट के आओगे आओगे
आए ना कर के बहाना पिया
बोलो प्रीतम
बोलो प्रीतम
क्या बोली थी मैं आगे रे
बोलो प्रीतम

देखो ना सांस उलझ गई ना गई ना
अगन से सुलग गई ना गई ना
देखो ना सांस उलझ गई ना गई ना
अगन से सुलग गई ना गई ना
काहे को गरवा से लिपटा लिया
बोलो प्रीतम
बोलो प्रीतम
बोलो प्रीतम क्या बोली थी मैं
बोलो प्रीतम क्या बोली थी मैं
क्या बोली थी मैं आगे रे
बोलो प्रीतम

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Blog Day : 3546 Post No. : 14232

“Chaalu Mera Naam”(1977) was produced by B C Deora and directed by Krishna Naidu. This movie had Mahendra Sandhu, Vidya Sinha, Vinod Mehra, Deven Verma, Madan Puri, Helen, Maruti etc in it.

This low budget “chaalu” movie had had four songs in it. Here is the first song from “Chaalu Mera Naam”(1977) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Rafi and Asha Bhonsle. Verma Malik is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kalyanji Anandji.

The song is picturised as a nok jhonk teasing song on Vinod Mehra and Vidya Sinha.

With this song, “Chaalu Mera Naam”(1977) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Ruk ruk meri raani (Chaalu Mera Naam)(1977) Singers-Rafi, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Verma Malik, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

ae ae ae ruk
u u u
aah ruk
arre ja ja

arre ruk ruk ruk meri raani ee ee ee ee
ruk ruk meri raani
ruk ruk meri raani
meri raani o deewaani
o deewaani kahaan chali
dil tod tod ke
dil tod tod ke
dil tod tod ke
dil tod tod ke

chal foot beimaan
chal foot beimaan
beimaan o naadaan
mere pieechhe kyun pada hai
haath jod jod ke
haath jod jod ke
haath jod jod ke
haath jod jod ke

ruk ruk meri raani
meri raani o deewaani

tera mera yaaraana
barson ka hai puraana
puraana
tera mera yaaraana
barson ka hai puraana puraana
baaton mein teri dhokha
jaane hai saara zamaana zamaana
baaton mein teri dhokha
jaane hai saara zamaana

sun meri jaan
o sun meri jaan main kurbaan
aise rootho na dekho
mukh mod mod ke
mukh mod mod ke
mukh mod mod ke
mukh mod mod ke
chal foot beimaan
he chal foot beimaan
beimaan o naadaan
mere peechhe kyun pada hai
haath jod jod ke
haath jod jod ke
hath jod jod ke
haath jod jod ke

ruk ruk meri raani
meri raani o deewaani

tu pyaar kare gairon se
aur mujhse kare bahaana bahaana
pyaar kare gairon se
aur mujhse kare bahaana bahaana

jaan luta di tujhpe
tu samjhe mujhe begaana begaana
jaan luta di tujhpe
tu samjhe mujhe begaana
dekh teri gali
dekh teri gali main chhodke chali
mujhe yaad karoge
sar phod phod ke
sar phod phod ke
haath jod jod ke
haath jod jod ke

ruk ruk meri raani
o ruk ruk meri raani
meri raani o diwaani
o diwaani kahaan chali
dil tod tod ke
dil tod tod ke
mere peechhe kyun pada hai
haath jod jod ke
haath jod jod ke

dil tod tod ke
dil tod tod ke
haath jod jod ke
dil tod tod ke haaye


This article is written by Satyajit Rajurkar, 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 : 3497 Post No. : 14054

Last weekend, during my forced medical leave, I was a bit bored and wanted to watch any old Hindi mystery movie, which I had not seen. My search on You Tube led me to a B grade (or even C grade) movie with good lead stars (Vinod Mehra and Yogita Bali) and even a bit of interesting story line. However, I wasted 1 hr 56 minutes of my time, except for a song which is as good as the old Bappi Da songs.

This song brought out goose pimples in me. It was so enthralling, so melodious, so refreshing, so sweet, excellently penned and composed. Bappi Da probably went back to his basic days of “Chalte Chalte”, “Dil Se Miley Dil”, “Lahoo Ke Do Rang” etc, because this song belongs to the same genre as songs from these movie. I usually do not post songs post 1980s, unless it is absolutely rare and beautiful. This rare gem is from a 1988 thriller titled “Who Milie Thi” aka “Kaun Hai Khooni”. Kishore Kumar comes up with another winner with this romantic number. The song is composed by Bappi Lahiri as mentioned and written by Farook Kaiser. The female voice during the interlude and at the end of the song is of Meena Patki.

Now without prolonging the suspense let me tell you that the song I am talking about is “Chhoo Ne Se Maila Ho Aisa Badan Toone Paaya Hai”. Even today, when I come across such a soft romantic song, the music and the lyrics can take me back to a cherished time, making instantaneous connections to places and times full of evocative memories. The song is penned either by Gauhar Kanpuri or Farooque Kaiser, composed by Bappi Lahiri and is from “Woh Milie Thi” (1988)

For those readers interested in the synopsis, it goes as this:

Amar, young and smart foreign returned Mines Engineer moves to Lalitpur to reopen his own coal mines which were closed down fifteen years back after the mysterious deaths of Amars father and uncle. But before he reaches to his destination he meets a beautiful mysterious girl Milie performing mujra in mysterious Pili Haveli.

While crossing the long and dark valleys, Milie suddenly vanishes and Amar collides with Milie’s skeleton in pitch darkness. Amar’s friend police inspector Vikram tells him that Milie had died five years back and it is her soul that is still around in search of peace. Amar doesn’t believe this and keeps on trailing Milie wherever he sees her. Once while trailing Milie Amar finds inspector Vikrams dead body and is accused for his murder.

Meanwhile Amar goes back to city and gets married but has to run back to Lalitpur leaving his forest night because his friend Vijay meets an accident, After reaching there he finds it was a minor accident. Now one after another incident holds Amar to go back to meet his newly wedded bride. His mother reaches Lalitpur with his bride. Amar happily goes to meet his wife but once again he is forced to leave her by a danger siren. Amar runs towards the source but on the way he is attacked by mysterious people and the police save him. Amar reaches home and finds his bride missing. He runs to find her but is taken on gun point by his own servant John and the real race with the devil starts, a race, in which the devil is only interested to kill Amar.

The movie had three directors – Dilip Bose, Samir Chowdhury and Azeem Malik and was produced by Rama Kapoor, the movie starred Vinod Mehra, Yogeeta Bali in lead roles, supported by Mahesh Anand, Vikas Anand, Bindu, Aruna Irani, Jagdeep, T.P. Jain, Joginder, Kader Khan, Madhu Malini, Ram Mohan, Shobhini Singh, Jayshree T., Veena with special appearences by Shashi Kapoor and Moushumi Chatterjee.

Today (13 february 2018) is the 73rd anniversary of Vinod Mehra (13 February 1945 – 30 October 1990). Here is this gem of a song from a “recent” yet obscure movie as a tribute to Vinod Mehra.

With this song, “Wo Milie Thhi”(1988) makes its debut in the blog.

Video

Audio

Song-Chhoone se maila ho aisa badan toone paaya hai (Wo Milie Thhi)(1988) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Meena Patki, Lyrics-Farooque Kaiser, MD-Bappi Lahiri

Lyrics

Chhoone Se Maila Ho
Aisa Badan Toone Paaya Hai
Saara chaman mujhko
aisa lage teri chhaaya hai
Tu Hai
Mere liye
Main hoon sanam
Tere liye
La lalaa
laa laa lalaa
La lalaa
laa laa lalaa

Chhoone Se Maila Ho
Aisa Badan Toone Paaya Hai
Saara chaman mujhko
aisa lage teri chhaaya hai
Tu Hai
Mere liye
Main hoon sanam
Tere liye

Paayal ki chham chham mein main
Khoya raha
Sapnon ki baahon mein main
Soya raha
Paayal ki chham chham mein main
Khoya raha
Sapnon ki baahon mein main
Soya raha
Tu mili
zindagi mil gayi
aa aa aa aa aa aa
Chhoone Se Maila Ho Aisa Badan Toone Paaya Hai
Saara chaman mujhko aisa lage teri chhaaya hai
Tu Hai
Mere liye
Main hoon sanam
Tere liye

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

Pariyon ki basti se kya
Aayi hai tu
Nainon ke pyaalon mein kya
Laayi hai tu
Pariyon ki basti se kya
Aayi hai tu
Nainon ke pyaalon mein kya
Laayi hai tu
Tu mili
bekhudi mil gayi
aa aa aa aa aa aa
Chhoone Se Maila Ho Aisa Badan Toone Paaya Hai
Saara chaman mujhko aisa lage teri chhaaya hai
Tu Hai
Mere liye
Main hoon sanam
Tere liye

Phoolon ki khushboo si hai
Tujh mein basi
Jaadoo sa karti hai yeh
Teri hansi
Phoolon ki khushboo si hai
Tujh mein basi
Jaadoo sa karti hai yeh
Teri hansi
Tu mili
har khushi mil gayi
aa aa aa aa
Chhoone Se Maila Ho
Aisa Badan Toone Paaya Hai
Saara chaman mujhko
aisa lage teri chhaaya hai
Tu Hai
Mere liye
Main hoon sanam
Tere liye
Laa la laa
Hmm Hmm Hmm hm
Laa laa la laa
Hmm Hmm Hmm Hmm hm
Hmm Hmm Hmm hmm
Hmm Hmm Hmm Hmmm
Laa laa la laa
Hmm Hmm Hmm Hmmm


This article is written by Satyajit Rajurkar, 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 : 3494 Post No. : 14041

My movie watching spree was at its peak during the year 1975 – 76. Mind you, in 1976 I had to appear for my school leaving certificate (the SSC board exam). But being a street smart teen with a knack for remembering most of the things that I came across, I always used to score good marks in my exams. Not that I stood in the top three in my class, but I was not in the bottom three as well. Hope you get my drift.

During the several morning shows I saw, missing my classes, I distinctly remember seeing Mazaaq because it was the movie which I saw on the penultimate day before the school closed for my half yearly exams. It was not a great movie that one can remember (as you can see from the synopsis below), but I had to see it as it was the new release on that day (Friday) and watching movies was my staple diet, so any movie would do.

It was only in my twenties that I heard this sweet song and was floored by it. This song has Asha Bhonsle and Pancham at one of their best. I hope many of you remember this song and those who haven’t can marvel at this beautiful melody.

The movie synopsis:

The movie story deals with Vinod who is in search for job. One day he rescues Dr. Aruna (Irani) from a fire, and when she recovers, he steals a certificate in the name of Heeralal Mehta, certifying that the person is medically mentally challenged. He changes the name on the certificate, goes around acting mad, getting food & clothing for free. He also involves his down and out friend, Raja (Mehmood) in this scheme.

The Police are informed about Vinod, and in order to escape he re-locates to Bangalore. Once there he applies and gets a job as a Manager with the Narang family business, meets with Moushumi and both fall in love with each other. One day Moushumi’s dad comes across the certificate, and also a newspaper notice about Vinod’s escapade and his mental condition. He fires Vinod and asks him never to meet Moushumi again.

Vinod returns to Bombay, gets another certificate from Dr. Irani, this time certifying that he is sane, and he past actions were just a joke, and returns to Bangalore – only to find that Moushumi is about to married to another man her dad has chosen for her. The rest of the movie is about what happens next?

The movie stars Vinod Mehra, Moushami Chatterji, Aruna Irani, Iftekhar, Asrani, Mukri, Keshto Mukherjee, Agha, Bhagwan, Shobha Khote, Viju Khote, Paintal, etc. It is directed by Kumar for producers Jayantha Mukherjee, Ritesh Mukherjee (Moushami’s husband in real life). The music is composed by Rahul Dev Burman and the songs are penned by Yogesh Gaud.

“Takra Gaye Do Baadal Ambar Pe” by Asha Bhonsle with monologues in the interludes by Vinod Mehra, composed by R D Burman and penned by Yogesh Gaud from “Mazaaq 1975”.


Song-Takra gaye do baadal ambar pe (Mazaaq)(1975) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Yogesh, MD-R D Burman
Vinod Mehra

Lyrics

Takraa gaye do
Baadal ambar pe ae
Takraa gaye do o
Baadal ambar pe ae
Toh barasne lagi
Boondein bikhar ke ae
Takraa gaye do o
Baadal ambar pe ae ae
Toh barasne lagi
Boondein bikhar ke ae
Takraa gaye do o

Maushami,
Kitna pyaaraa naam hai
Is naam ka saath toh
Har mausam se hai
Chaahe woh sardi ka ho
ya garmi ka
Patjhad ka ho
ya saawan ka

Ahh Chhodo
Jaao
Bade woh ho tum m
Naam mera
Jod diya
Mausam se sanam m
Mausam
Phir bhi
Mausam hai sanam m
Naam mera
Joda na bataa
Khud se kyun balam
Mujhse milaao yeh nain to
Aise na jalaao mere mann ko o o o
Takraa gaye do o
Baadal ambar pe ae
Toh barasne lagi
Boondein bikhar ke ae ae
Takraa gaye do

Yeh saawan ka mausam to khoobsoorat hai hi
Lekin tumhaari is khubsoorat umar ne
Ise aur bhi khubsoorat bana diya hai

Jaane
Aayi
Kaisi yeh umar
Ban ke kali
Khilne lagi
Sooni raah par r
Tan mein
Mann mein
Uthhi yeh lehar r
Tujhse sajan
Takraaye mann
jaaoon main bikhar
Aag lage re saawan ko o
Chhoo gaya mere daaman ko o o
Takraa gaye do o
Baadal ambar pe ae
Toh barasne lagi
Boondein bikhar ke ae
Takraa gaye do o


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

Blog Day : 3457 Post No. : 13865

#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet #60 # Missing RD Burman movies of 1971-1980
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 Today 4th January is the twenty third ‘Remembrance Day’ (27th June’1939- 04th January’1994) of the ‘versatile genius’ RD Burman or our beloved Pancham Da. On this occasion here is a song from the movie ‘Rani Mera Naam’ from  1972.

The film was directed by KSR Das for ‘Balkrishna Movies, Madras’. It had Vijaylalita, Premnath, Ajit, Madan Puri, Anwar Hussain, Iftikhaar, Natrajan, Jagdeep, Jayshree T, Faryal and Baby Sridevi. Vinod Mehra did a special appearance in this movie. Nazir Hussain, Sulochana, Pandari Bai made guest appearances while Ashok Kumar and Om Prakash made friendly appearances in this movie.

This movie has four songs penned by Majrooh Sultanpuri and composed by RD Burman. There are three solos of Asha Bhonsle, and one duet song sung by Asha Bhonsle and Manna Dey.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 19.04.1972. By introducing this movie on the blog, we are adding one more of RD Burman’s missing movies from 1971-1980 on the blog.

As it happens with me while introducing a new movie on the blog, this time also, I was in dilemma about the song to be shared first. Finally, I decided to go by the first song in the movie as listed in HFGK. This song is picturized on Faryal – the yesteryears’ actress who has performed many dances including many cabarets in those days.The video link also gives her date of birth which is 3rd November 1945, which matches with her date of birth an mentioned on the anniversary page of the blog.

I am not aware much about her personal life. I remember watching her in many movies of the seventies. I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light about the actress and her movies and on the songs of this movie ‘Rani Mera Naam’. I am reproducing below the information about her as available and taken from Wikipedia. The page is available here

 

Faryal (born 3 November 1945 in Syria) is an Indian film actress and dancer of mixed Indian and Arabic descent working in Hindi films. She was a popular Bollywood cabaret dancer and actress in the 1960s and 70’s.

Faryal was born in the Damascus area of Syria on 3 November 1945 to an Indian father and a Syrian mother. She completed her education at Loretto Convent, Simla, Cathedral High School and St. Xavier’s College, Bombay. Faryal worked for a while as an air hostess in Air India before joining films. She is a product of the ‘Filma­Iaya School of Acting’.

Faryal entered Bollywood in 1965 in the black-n-white movie ‘Zindagi aur Maut’, as a lead role opposite Pradeep Kumar. This film contained famous song “Dil Laga Kar Hum Ye Samjhe” sung solo by Asha Bhonsle and Mahender Kapoor. Both these songs are available on YouTube. Faryal was liked by people and resulted in her getting lead role in film ‘Biradari’ (1966) opposite Shashi Kapoor. The movie was a total flop. She was noted for her role as a cabaret dancer in the movie ‘Jewel Thief’ released in 1967. After the movie’s release, offers started pouring in. In an interview in 1973, Faryal stated that “Ever since Goldie cast me in that glamorous dancer’s role in Je­wel Thief,  film makers have looked upon me as an “excel­lent cabaret dancer”.” Whereas in reality I have never learnt dancing,” “I don’t even like dancing; I rather hate it”. At first afraid of being typecast, Faryal was reluctant to accept the numerous offers that she received soon after the release of Jewel Thief. But gradually she realized that if she refused the roles there were ten others ready to replace her. And now the bath tub scene in ‘Apradh’ released in 1972 had given me an even worse image”. Faryal retired from movies in 1984 after her performance as the girlfriend of Jeetendra in ‘Gold Medal’.

 Let us now enjoy the song under discussion …

 


Song – Andhera. . . Aur Kuchh Nahin Teri Kahaani Mein (Rani Mera Naam) (1972) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD – RD Burman

Lyrics

andheraa aa
andheraa
andheraa
andheraa aa
aur kuchh nahin teri kahaani mein
aa aa
ho sake to
pyaar ki
aag hi lagaa le
zindgaani mein

aa
andheraa aa
andheraa
andheraa
andheraa aa
aur kuchh nahin teri kahaani mein
aa aa
ho sake to pyaar ki aag hi lagaa le
zindgaani mein

tu ru oo ru tu ru ru tu
ru ru tu ru ru tu
ru ru tu ru ru tu
ru ru

ru ru oo
ru tu ru ru tu
ru ru tu ru ru tu
ru ru tu ru ru tu
ru ru oo hoo oo

jab to mazaa hai
tere liye koyi bharti hon aahen
kahin khoyi khoyi
aye jeena nahin
jeena akele ae
marna nahin
marna akele
samjhe jaaneman
jab to mazaa hai
tere liye koyi bharti hon aahen
kahin khoyi khoyi
ye bhi na ho to
kya rahaa jawaani mein
andheraa aa
andheraa aa
aur kuchh nahin teri kahaani mein
aa aa
ho sake ae
to
pyaar ki
arey aag hi lagaa le
zindgaani mein

koyi nahin to aa
o mere baanke
rakh le mujh hi ko dil se lagaa ke
ae ae
chaahe isme tu bhi jal jaa
tere tan se
mil mil jaaye
jwaalaa aa saa badan
koyi nahin to aa
o mere baanke
rakh le mujh hi ko dil se lagaa ke
kar le koi ujaala zindgaani mein
andheraa aa
andheraa
andheraa
andheraa
andheraa
aur kuchh nahin teri kahaani mein
aa aa
ho sake to pyaar ki
arey aag hi lagaa le
zindgaani mein
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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
———————————————————

अँधेरा आ
अँधेरा
अँधेरा
अँधेरा आ
और कुछ नहीं तेरी कहानी में
आ आ
हो सके तो
प्यार कि
आग ही लगा ले
जिंदगानी में

अँधेरा आ
अँधेरा
अँधेरा
अँधेरा आ
और कुछ नहीं तेरी कहानी में
आ आ
हो सके तो
प्यार कि
आग ही लगा ले
जिंदगानी में
तू रु ऊ रु तू रु रु तू
रु रु तू रु रु तू
रु रु तू रु रु तू
रु रु
रु रु ऊ
रु तू रु रु तू
रु रु तू रु रु तू
रु रु तू रु रु तू
रु रु ऊ हूँ ऊ
जब तो मज़ा है
तेरे लिए कोई भरती हों आहें
कहीं खोयी खोयी
ए जीना नहीं
जीना अकेले ए
मरना नहीं
मरना अकेले
समझे जानेमन
जब तो मज़ा है
तेरे लिए कोई भरती हों आहें
कहीं खोयी खोयी
ये भी ना हो तो
क्या रहा जवानी में
अँधेरा आ
अँधेरा आ
और कुछ नहीं तेरी कहानी में
आ आ
हो सके तो
प्यार कि
अरे आग ही लगा ले
जिंदगानी में

कोई नहीं तो आ
ओ मेरे बांके
रख ले मुझ ही को दिल से लगा के
ए ए
चाहे इसमें तू भी जल जा
तेरे तन से
मिल मिल जाए
ज्वाला आ सा बदन
कोई नहीं तो आ
ओ मेरे बांके
रख ले मुझ ही को दिल से लगा के
कर ले कोई उजाला जिंदगानी में
अँधेरा आ
अँधेरा
अँधेरा
अँधेरा
अँधेरा
और कुछ नहीं तेरी कहानी में
आ आ
हो सके तो
प्यार कि
अरे आग ही लगा ले
जिंदगानी में


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

hullo to all in Atuldom

Today 13th of October is a rather sad date for fans of Bollywood music. It was on this date in 1987 that we lost a gem of the industry to “KAAL”. Its 30 years already and we are yet to find an entertainer like him. We still don’t have a singer, actor (brilliant in comedy), composer, song-writer, and finally a producer-director like him. Our own Kishore Kumar.
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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 sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Today (23rd July 2017) is the death anniversary of one of the most popular comedian artistes of yesteryear, Mehmood (29 September 1932 – 23 July 2004).  On this occasion I’d like to pay a humble tribute to him.

To call Mehmood just a comedian is not to do him full justice. For, apart from doing very popular comedy roles, he was also a producer and director in his own right. And he also did playback for some songs Not just that, he even wrote for a couple of films  – so, all things considered, he must be considered quite an all rounder. Of course his comedy roles are what made him a big star in the industry and these are what he is best known for.
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“Chowki Number 11″(1978)) was produced by Siddhartha/ Kuki and directed by V K Sobti. The movie had Vinod Mehra, Zarina Wahab, Jagdeep, Amjad Khan, Kader Khan, Aruna Irani, Katy Mirza etc in it.
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India got political independence on 15 august 1947, but the course that this newly independent nation wanted to take was not decided for qwuite some time. It was on 26 january 1950 that the nation gave itself its constitution and it was resolved that the nation would be a republic where all citizens would enjoy equal rights.
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“Mehndi”(1983) was produced by Dinesh Kumar and directed by Asit Sen (director). The movie had Vinod Mehra, Raj Babbar, Bindiya Goswami, Shakti Kapoor, Ranjeeta, Madan Puri, Usha Kiran , Birbal, Mohan Choti etc in it.
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