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5208 Post No. : 17193

Today’s song is from a Hindi film made in Madras with South actors, a Debutante lady Director and an M.D. pair. The film was “Chandirani”-1953, simultaneously made in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi.

The year was 1948. A developing and fast growing southern film studio was making an ambitious Tamil film on a very big scale. The producer Director was very ambitious and he wanted his film to be All India famous. The only way to make it happen was to make this film in Hindi too, so that the All India market can be captured. His thought was final and thus began the historical thrust of south made Hindi films into the Hindi market of all India with S.S.Vasan’s giant film venture ” Chandralekha” in Tamil and Hindi languages. The film had taken 5 years to be made.

The film’s 603 prints were sent all over India and its release was synchronised for 9th April 1948. In the south it was released in 44 cities and towns. The success of this south film in Hindi inspired other south filmmakers and it started a flow of south made Hindi films during the period 1949 to 1960. This was a period when maximum Hindi films from south were shown all over India. My rough estimate is, these must be around over 100 films – multilingual, remakes and dubbed ones, all included. After Chandralekha, in 1949 to 1954 itself the following are some of the south made Hindi films – Nishan-49, Mangala-50, Bahar-51, Ek tha Raja-51, Sansar-51, Krishna kanhaiya-52, Mr. Sampat-52, Patal Bhairavi-52, Rani-52, Shamsheer-53, Chandirani, 53, Ladki-53, Bahut din hue-54, Manohar-54 etc etc.

The point is first it was Calcutta which made Hindi films and later it was Madras which was after grabbing the All India Hindi market. In this process, almost all major artistes of south acted in Hindi films, like N.T.Rama Rao, A.Nageshwar Rao, M.G.Ramchandran, Sivaji ganeshan, Gemini ganeshan, Savitri, Rajkumari, Pandharibai, Bhanumathi, Pushpavalli, S.V.Ranga Rao, Relangi etc. etc. Calcutta stopped making Hindi films from the 60’s, whereas the south onslaught continued till about the 80’s. Nowadays, ofcourse, films are remade at Mumbai, based on Hit southern films, but still some dubbed films keep coming to the Hindi belt. Dubbing is the cheapest way to market southern films in other languages.

Today’s film Chandirani-1953 was also one of the trilingual films made in the south. It was made by Bharani productions, floated by Bhanumathi and her husband P.S.Ramkrishna Rao. The company was started in 1947 with the film Ratnamala and after 10 films, ended in 1964 with the film Vivah Bandhanam. Film Chandirani was the Debut film for Bhanumathi as a Director. Later on she directed yet another Hindi film Itni Jaldi kya hai–86. She acted in 8 Hindi films – Nishan-49, Mangala-50, Rani-52, Shamsheer-53, Chandirani-53, Hamen bhi jeene do-62, Nai Roshani-67 and Itni jaldi kya hai-86. She sang 12 songs in 4 Hindi films.

Bhanumathi did a double role in this film. She wrote the story and husband Ramkrishna scripted the film. Music was by C. R. Subburaman originally, but after recording just one song, he died suddenly. His 2 assistants, M.S.Vishwanathan and Ram Murthy managed the balance songs. With this film this pair-Vishwanathan and Ram Murthy started working as a pair of composers and played havoc in the southern film industry, by giving hit music to 90% of their films. The story of the film Chandirani-53 was…..

King Veerasimha was attracted to a court dancer during his birthday celebrations. She delivers twin girls after their union. The Senani, (major) Prachandudu, who also likes her, kills the dancer and imprisons the King. The minister saves one of the twins and sends her to the forest. Knowing this, Prachandudu kills him and takes charge of the kingdom. The other twin stays in the kingdom. Champarani in the kingdom, and Chandirani in the forest, grow up as two different personalities. The son of the minister Kishore and Champarani love each other. Mukund is the son of Prachandudu. Kishore goes to the forest and learns about Chandirani, and that she loves him. With the help of Mukund, Chandirani enters the fort and meets her father. She learns about the love between Champarani and Kishore. Meanwhile, Prachandudu arrests Kishore. Chandirani attacks the kingdom with the help of the people. During the conflict, Chandirani sacrifices her life to eliminate Prachandudu, before dying she unites Champarani and Kishore.

Here is a short Bio of the extraordinary artiste P.Bhanumathi. P. Bhanumathi Ramakrishna was born on 7 September 1925 (7 September 1925 – 24 December 2005) in Doddavaram village of Prakasam district, near Ongole, Andhra Pradesh. She was the third child to Saraswatamma and Bommaraju Venkata Subbaiah. She grew up watching her father perform in various stage shows. Her father, Venkata Subbayya, was a lover of classical music and trained her in music from an early age. Bhanumathi entered the film industry in 1939, and acted in over 100 films in Telugu and Tamil. She was also called Ashtavadhani by the film industry people as she was a writer, actor, director, producer, singer, music director, editor and studio owner. She also had a good knowledge of astrology and philosophy. She is regarded as the first female super star of Telugu cinema.

She made her debut in Telugu cinema in 1939 as Kalindi (a 13 years old girl who is forced to marry an old man and ended her life by committing suicide) in Vara Vikrayam (Telugu), directed by C. Pullayya. She acted in Malathi Madhavam, Dharma Patni and Bhaktimala. Her first popular film was Krishna Prema. In 1953, she made her directorial debut with Chandirani (made simultaneously in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi). Her last film was made in 1998, entitled Pelli Kanuka. She got the National Award for the film and also for performances in movies Anthasthulu and Palnati Yudham (1964) she received National Awards (Rashtrapati Award). She is the last recipient of Rashtrapati Award.

Due to her rift with Aluri Chakrapani, she left her role in Missamma and Miss Mary movie (Initially Bhanumathi was shot for some scenes in the movie before being replaced by Savitri ) but after the release of the movie she watched and commented that “she lost a wonderful role but industry gained a talented actress like savitri” which showed her sportiveness and encouragement towards new actors. Due to clash with Aluri Chakrapani, she produced a satirical movie on him titled Chakrapani which was a huge hit and became a classic in Tollywood for this movie she also worked as music director.

Apart from being a fine actress, she was also a talented musician. She was adept in both Carnatic and Hindustani music. She gave voice to her songs despite it being the norm to use playback singers for actors. Some of her songs are still popular in Telugu; and in Tamil. She also provided music to a lot of her films.

During her later years, she served on various movie related organizations. She was a Member of the State Film Awards Committee for two years. She was also a Visiting Professor at the Film Institute for one year. She was a Member of Children Film Society for 5 years, from 1965 to 1970. In India, she was the first and the only woman to have owned a film studio and the first woman to have directed a movie simultaneously in three languages. She is first south Indian actress to receive Padma Awards

Bhanumathi was also a talented writer with a number of short stories to her credit. Her autobiography Nalo Nenu was published in Telugu and later, released in English as Musings. Andhra Pradesh Sahitya Academy awarded her as the best short story writer for her popular short stories “Attagari Kathalu”. She was a Member of Lalit Kala Academy for 5 years, and Sahitya Academy, Andhra Pradesh for 10 years. She served as Director and Principal of the Tamil Nadu Government Music College.

She was an eminent social worker who was closely associated with a number of Social Service Organizations. She was the founder member and treasurer of the Madras branch of Altrusa International Inc., Chicago for a lifetime starting from 1963. She was a life member of the ‘Red Cross Society’. She established an educational institution named as “Dr. Bhanumathi Ramakrishna Matriculation School” at Saligramam, Chennai providing free education to the poor.

During the shooting of the film Krishna Prema (1943), she met P. S. Ramakrishna Rao (1918–1986), an assistant director for that film. He was a film producer, director and editor of Telugu and Tamil Films. The couple married on 8 August 1943 and have one son, Bharani. Later they launched a popular production company, Bharani Pictures, in their son’s name. She died at the age of 80 years in Chennai,on 24-12-2005.

In Hindi, she acted in 8 films,directed 2 films and sang 12 songs in 4 films. ( Based and adapted from wiki, nett4you and my notes ).

Here is today’s song, sung by Bhanumathi. Though she has tried hard to master the Hindi pronunciation and diction, still one can make out that she is not a Hindi speaking singer. However, compared to her other songs in this film, I found this was a much better one.


Song- Khili khili Chaandni chhaayi bahaar hai (Chandirani)(1953) Singer- P.Bhanumathi, Lyricist- Vishwamitra Adil, MDs- C.R.Subburaman and M.S.Vishwanathan

Lyrics

khili khili chaandni
chhaayi bahaar hai
dil ki haar hai dil ka lagaana
khili khili chaandni
chhaayi bahaar hai
dil ki haar hai dil ka lagaana
khili khili chaandni

baadal ki oat se chanda jo taake
jiyara kaanpe hoye ghabrake
tan man khoya naina milaake
tan man khoya naina milaake
lut gaya mere dil ka khazaana
khili khili chaandni chhaayi bahaar hai
dil ki haar hai dil ka lagaana
khili khili chaandni

jhilmil jhilmil chamke jo taare
dil ki duniya pi ko pukaare
dhoondhe jaise naiyya kinaare
dhoondhe jaise naiya kinaare
ban gayi meri kahaani fasaana
khili khili chaandni
chhaayi bahaar hai
dil ki haar hai dil ka lagaana
khili khili chaandni
chhaayi bahaar hai


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Blog Day : 3908 Post No. : 14965

“Phool Aur Kaante”(1948) was directed by Achyut Ranade for Navyug Chitrapat, Bombay. The movie had Lalita Pawar, Salvi, Saroj Borkar, Mohan Sahgal, Master Ratan, Swaroop Sahgal, Tulsi Bai, Shalini, Chaube etc in it.

The movie had twelve songs in it. Four songs from this movie have been discussed in the past.

Here is the fifth song from “Phool aur Kaante”(1948) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Meena Kapoor. Vishwamitra Adil is the lyricist. Music is composed by Dada Chandekar.

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


Song-Ik teer jigar par khaa ke ham(Phool aur Kaante)(1948) Singer-Meena Kapoor, Lyrics- Vishwamitra Adil, MD-Dada Chandekar

Lyrics

ik teer jigar pe khaa kar hum
ik teer jigar pe khaa kar hum
na idhar ke rahe
na udhar ke rahe
na idhar ke rahe
na udhar ke rahe
seene mein aag laga kar hum
na idhar ke rahe
na udhar ke rahe
na idhar ke rahe
na udhar ke rahe

nazron ke bhi takkar khoob rahi
ladti bhi rahin sharma bhi gayin
nazron ke bhi takkar khoob rahi
ladti bhi rahin sharma bhi gayin
par dil se dil takra kar hum
na idhar ke rahe
na udhar ke rahe
na idhar ke rahe
na udhar ke rahe
ik teer jigar pe khaa kar hum
na idhar ke rahe
na udhar ke rahe
na idhar ke rahe
na udhar ke rahe

jab yaad kisi ki aati hai
jab yaad kisi ki aati hai
aankhon se aansu girte hain
dil mein toofaan uthhaa kar hum
na idhar ke rahe
na udhar ke rahe
na idhar ke rahe
na udhar ke rahe
ik teer jigar pe khakar hum
na idhar ke rahe
na udhar ke rahe
na idhar ke rahe
na udhar ke rahe

hain phool aur kaante donon hi
ulfat ki rangeeli raahon mein
hain phool aur kaante donon hi
ulfat ki rangeeli raahon mein
ulfat mein paaon badhaa kar hum
na idhar ke rahe
na udhar ke rahe
na idhar ke rahe
na udhar ke rahe
ik teer jigar pe khaa kar hum
na idhar ke rahe
na udhar ke rahe
na idhar ke rahe
na udhar ke rahe
seene mein aaga laga kar hum
na idhar ke rahe
na udhar ke rahe
na idhar ke rahe
na udhar ke rahe


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Blog Day : 3883 Post No. : 14909

“Phool Aur Kaante”(1948) was directed by Achyut Ranade for Navyug Chitrapat, Bombay. The movie had Lalita Pawar, Salvi, Saroj Borkar, Mohan Sahgal, Master Ratan, Swaroop Sahgal, Tulsi Bai, Shalini, Chaube etc in it.

Three songs from this movie have been discussed in the past.

Here is the fourth song from “Phool aur Kaante”(1948) to appear in the blog. This pathos filled song is sung by Meena Kapoor. Vishwamitra Adil is the lyricist. . Music is composed by Dada Chandekar.

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

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


Song-Barbaad mohabbat ki chhoti si kahaani hai (Phool Aur Kaante)(1948) Singer-Meena Kapoor, Lyrics-Vishwamitra Adil, MD-Dada Chandekar

Lyrics

barbaad mohabbat ki
chhoti si kahaani hai
barbaad mohabbat ki
chhoti si kahani hai
ik toota hua dil hai
ik teri nishaani hai
ik teri nishaani hai

saawan bhi gaya kab ka
baadal bhi gaye kab ke
phir bhi meri aankhon se
ashqon ki rawaani hai
ashqo ki rawaani hai
barbaad mohabbat ki
chhoti si kahaani hai

taqdeer ki thokar ne ae
wo zakhm lagaaya hai
wo zakhm lagaaya hai
?? umangen hain
khamosh jawaani hai
khamosh jawaani hai
barbaad mohabbat ki
chhoti si kahaani hai

mar jaate to achha tha
par haay re majboori
par haay re majboori
hum mar bhi nahin sakte
wo maut suhaani hai
wo maut suhaani hai
barbaad mohabbat ki
chhoti si kahaani hai


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Blog Day : 3839 Post No. : 14849

“Bahu Beti”(1952) was directed by C L Dheer for Badoda Theatre Limited Bombay. This “social” movie had Geeta Bali, Amarnath, Jaswant, Vijaylaxmi, Rashid, Leela Mishra, S Nazeer, Nazirabai etc in it.

This movie had seven songs in it. Six songs were penned by Kaifi Azmi and one by Vishwamita Adil. Two song from the movie has been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Bahu Beti”(1952) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Meena Kapoor. Visgwamita Adil is the lyricist. Music is composed by S D Batish.

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

Audio

Song-Dil tod bhi diya mukh mod bhi liya(Bahu Beti)(1952) Singer-Meena Kapoor, Lyrics-Vishwamitra Adil, MD-S D Batish

Lyrics

dil tod bhi diya
mukh mod bhi liya
dil tod bhi diya
mukh mod bhi liya
samjha sake na itna
samjha sake na itna
humne kauno kusoor kiya
dil tod bhi diya
mukh mod bhi liya

tadbeer bhi na samjhi
takdeer ka ishaara
marne ke din nahin hain
jeena nahin gavaara
ek dard ka maara roye pyaar humaara
mila koi na sahaara haay kya kiya
dil tod bhi diya
mukh mod bhi liya

do dil juda huye hain
ab yaad ro rahi hai
majboor hai wafaayen
fariyaad ro rahi hai
ik dard ka maara roye pyaar humaara
mila koi na sahaara haay kya kiya
dil tod bhi diya
mukh mod bhi liya
dil tod bhi diya
mukh mod bhi liya


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Blog Day : 3771 Post No. : 14746

“Anjna”(1948) was directed by Sam Popat for Alka Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Bharat Bhushan, Shalini, Neelam, Baazid,D. C. Dutt, S. K. Prem, Uma Dutt, Ratan Gaurang, Bismilla, Rosie vairale etc in it.
etc in it.

The movie had eight songs in it. One song is covered in the past.

Here is the second song from “Anjna”(1948). This song is sung by Geeta Dutt. Lyrics are penned by Vishwamitra Adil. Music is composed by D C Dutt.

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


Song-Dil ke geet gaayenge (Anjna)(1948) Singer-Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Vishwamitra Adil, MD-D C Dutt

Lyrics

dil ke geet gaayenge
mil ke geet gaayenge
aaja dil milaayenge
mil ke geet gaayenge
dil ke geet gaayenge

preet lagaai hai jab tune
aaja preet nibhaayen baalma
aaja preet nibhaayen
preet lagai hai jab toone
aaja preet nibhaye balma
aaja preet nibhaayen
tu veena ban geet banu main
dono ghul mil jaye
o bedardi aaja
aaja dil milayenge
mil ke geet gaayenge
dil ke geet gaayenge

tera jeewan mera jeewan main teri tu mera
tera jeewan mera jeewan main teri tu mera
do din ka hai mela phir to uth jaayega dera
bedardi aaja
aaja dil milaayenge
milke geet gaayenge
dil ke geet gaayenge

jhilmil chamke aas ke tare
virah rain daraye
balma virah rain daraaye
jhilmil chamke aas ke taare
virah rain daraaye
baalma virah rain daraaye
yaad teri ek zehree naagin ban kar dasti jaaye
haaye re haaye bedardi aaja
aaja dil milaayenge
milke geet gaayenge
dil ke geet gaayenge

laane par majboor hoon main
tu jaane par majboor
laane par majboor hoon main
tu jaane par majboor
main to tujhse door nahin hoon
tu kyun mujhse door
bedardi aaja aaja dil milaayenge
milke geet gaayenge
dil ke geet gaayenge


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Blog Day : 3624 Post No. : 14444

“Aulaad”(1954) was produced by Kuldeep Sahgal and directed by Mohan Saigal for Kuldeep Pictures, Bombay. This “social” movie had Nirupa Roy, Balraj Sahni, Usha Kiran, Arun, Prabhu, Ramesh Kapoor, Lalita Kumari, Radhakishan etc in it.

This obscure movie had six obscure songs in it. One song has been covered in the past.

Here is the second song from “Aulaad”(1954) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Shamshad Begam and Mubarak Begam. Vishwamitra Adil is the lyricist. Music is composed by Sardar Malik.

Only the audio of this song is available. The song itself is an obscure and rare song. It is a light hearted song. From the sounds of it, the song is about two kids finding themselves alone in their home and they decide to play the game of “school school”. 🙂

It is the first and only duet sung by the pair of Shamshad Begam and Mubarak Begam as far as I can remember. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of this song.

The lyrics are quite interesting but I have failed to note down the full lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable in the song.


Song-Aaj gharwaale ghar nahin bhaiyya (Aulaad)(1954) Singer-Shamshad Begam, Mubarak Begam, Lyrics-Vishwamitra Adil, MD-Sardar Malik

Lyrics

Aaj gharwaale ghar nahin bhaiyya
oy Aaj gharwaale ghar nahin bhaiyya
o tata thaiyya
o taata thaiyya
?? ka bhi dar nahin bhaiyya
?? ka jee dar nahin bhaiyya
o tata thaiyya
o taata thaiyya
tata thaiyya
tata thaiyya
tata thaiyya
Aaj gharwaale ghar nahin bhaiyya

aao band bajaaye
?? tu
aao band bajaaye
aao band bajaaye
?? tu
tum aur main
nahin I and you
tum aur main
nahin I and you
laraularalu laralu
laraularalu laralu
ukkad dukkad bamba bo
assee nabbe poora sau

baazar gayi hai maiyya
o baazar gayi hai maiyya
Aaj gharwaale ghar nahin bhaiyya
o tata thaiyya
o taata thaiyya

?? ka bhi dar nahin bhaiyya
o tata thaiyya
o taata thaiyya
tata thaiyya
tata thaiyya
taata thaiyya
Aaj gharwaale ghar nahin bhaiyya

aa tujhko padhaaun A B C D
Cat maane chooha
Rat maane chooha
galat galat
chal kaan pakad
chal naak ragad
haay teacher jee badi bhool huyi
peetoon one chal
murga ban chal
murga ban
kukdu kukad koon
kukdu koon
tu kaanon mein ??
haay daiyya
haay daiyya
haay daiyya
Aaj gharwaale ghar nahin bhaiyya
o Aaj gharwaale ghar nahin bhaiyya
o tata thaiyya
o taata thaiyya
tumhe ?? ka bhi dar nahin bhaiyya
tumhe ?? ka bhi dar nahin bhaiyya
o tata thaiyya
o taata thaiyya
tata thaiyya
taata thaiyya
taata thaiyya


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Blog Day : 3557 Post No. : 14268

“Raat Ke Raahi”(1959) was directed by Naseem for Pushpaanjali Pictures, Bombay. This “social” movie had Shammi Kapoor, Jabeen Jalil, Anwar, Achla sachdev, Nazeer Hussain, Ifthikhar, Radhika, Hammad, Manohar, Prem Sagar, Nirmal, Poonam, Heera, Shashibalka, Shujaat, Pyare, Sooraj etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Five of these songs have been covered. Here are the details of these five songs:-

Song Title

Post No.

Post Date

Ek nazar ek adaa keemat e dil aur hai kyaa MD-Bipin Baabul 4397 16-Aug-11
Tu kya samjhe tu kya jaane MD-Jaidev 6397 8-Aug-12
Pau baarah pau baarah pyaar mein pau baarah MD-Jaidev 10046 3-Aug-14
Maine pi hai pi hai pi hai par main to nashe mein nahin MD-Bipin Baabul 14259 11-Apr-18
Daayen baayen chhup chhupa ke MD-Bipin Baabul 14264 13-Apr-18

Here is the sixth and final song from “Raat Ke Raahi”(1959) to appear in the blog. The song is basically sung by Asha Bhonsle with some humming by a male voice. Left to my own devices, I would have guessed that Shammi Kapoor himself has done the humming, but HFGK informs us that this song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Agha Sarwar who was assistant music director of this movie. HFGK also informs us that the record of the song only contains the name of Asha Bhonsle.

I think that the song is an Asha Bhonsle solo but since HFGK contains the name of the male hummer so let us go with HFGK and treat this song as a duet song.

The song is picturised on Jabeen Jaleel who is seen wooing Shammi Kapoor in a beach (Chaupati, I guess).

Vishwamitra Adil is the lyricist.

Two songs in the movie were composed by Jaidev and remining four songs were composed by Bipin Baabul. This song is a Bipin Baabul composition.

With this song, “Raat Ke Raahi”(1959) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.

This song also becomes the 500th song from Hindi movies that were released in the year 1959. “Raat Ke Raahi”(1959) becomes the 50th movie of 1959 to be YIPPEED in the blog.


Song-Aa bhi jaa bewafa dil ki raahon mein aa(Raat Ke Raahi)(1959) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Agha Sarwar, Lyrics-Vishwamitra Adil, MD-Bipin Baabul

Lyrics

aa bhi ja bewafa
dil ki raahon mein aa aa aa aa aa
apne hi khwaab ki dhhalti chhaanv mein aa
aa bhi ja bewafa
dil ki raahon mein aa aa aa aa aa
apne hi khawab ki dhalti chhaanv mein aa

jhukti nazren uthhte fitne
hmm hmm hmm hmmhm hmm
hmm hmm
ab chhupenge armaan kitne
jhukati nazren uthte fitne
ab chhupenge armaan kitne
ho ho ho ho ho ho
aa bhi ja bewafa
dil ki raahon mein aa aa aa aa aa
apne hi khwaab ki dhhalti chhaanv mein aa

bahki zulfen mahki raatein
lalalalalala
hmm hmm
be-kahi bhi kah ke baatn
behki julfe mahaki raate
be-kahi bhi kah ke batein
aaha aaha aaha hahaha
aa bhi ja bewafa
dil ki raahon mein aa aa aa aa aa
apne hi khaawab ki dhhalti chhaanv mein aa

jaam e ulfat peena hoga
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm
mar ke hampe jeena hoga
jaam e ulfat peena hoga
mar ke hampe jeena hoga
lalalalalalala
aa bhi ja bewafa
dil ki raahon mein aa aa aa aa
apne hi khwaab ki dhhalti chhaanv mein aa
aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa aa


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Blog Day : 3556 Post No. : 14264

“Raat Ke Raahi”(1959) was directed by Naseem for Pushpaanjali Pictures, Bombay. This “social” movie had Shammi Kapoor, Jabeen Jalil, Anwar, Achla sachdev, Nazeer Hussain, Ifthikhar, Radhika, Hammad, Manohar, Prem Sagar, Nirmal, Poonam, Heera, Shashibalka, Shujaat, Pyare, Sooraj etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Four of these songs have been covered.

Here is the fifth song from “Raat Ke Raahi”(1959) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Vishwamitra Adil is the lyricist. Music is composed by Bipin Baabul.

The song is picturised on as a party/ get together song on Jabeen Jaleel (as far as I can tell). Shammi Kapoor is also visible alongwith several other people and all of them are shown dancing in this western style song.


Song-Daayen baayen chhup chhupa ke (Raat Ke Raahi)(1959) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Vishwamitra Adil, MD-Bipin Baabul

Lyrics

daayen baayen chhup chhupaa ke kahaan chale
haaye haaye
dil churaa ke kahaan chale
daayen baayen chhup chhupaa ke kahaan chale
haaye haaye
dil churaa ke kahaan chale
bade bane bhole bhaale
lalalalalala

aasaan hai ae mere pyaare
aankhon se aankhen milaana
ho
lekin ye neechi nigaahen kah dengi saara fasaana
mushqil hai naadaan ye chori chhupaana
daayen baayen chhup chhupa ke kahaan chale
haaye haaye dil churaa ke kahaan chale
bade bane bhole bhaale
aa ha ha ha ha ha

jaate ho thhukra ke jaao
koi bhi kuchh na kahega
ho
ho lekin ye haara hua dil
zaalim ye badla to lega
dekho ji tumko bhi jeene na dega
daayen baayen chhup chhupa ke kahaan chale
haaye haaye dil churaa ke kahaan chale
bade bane bhole bhaale
lalalalaala

jaane ki laakhon hain raahen
aane ka ik raasta hai
haaye
dil ke isi raaste se
aana padega ??
phir shokh jaana to jhoothhi ada hai
yeah
yeah
yeah


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Blog Day : 3554 Post No. : 14259

“Raat Ke Raahi”(1959) was directed by Naseem for Pushpaanjali Pictures, Bombay. This “social” movie had Shammi Kapoor, Jabeen Jalil, Anwar, Achla sachdev, Nazeer Hussain, Ifthikhar, Radhika, Hammad, Manohar, Prem Sagar, Nirmal, Poonam, Heera, Shashibalka, Shujaat, Pyare, Sooraj etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it that were composed by two music directors. Two songs were composed by Jaidev whereas the remaining four songs were composed by Bipin Baabul. Three songs from the movie, including the two Jaidev compositions have been covered in the past.

Here is the fourth song from “Raat Ke Raahi”(1959) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Rafi. Vishwamitra Adil is the lyricist. Music is composed by Bipin Baabul.

The song is picturised on Shammi Kapoor, playing a drunkard aashiq, while Jabeen Jaleel looks on nervously.

Audio

Video

Song-Maine pee hai pee hai pee hai par main to nashe mein nahin (Raat Ke Raahi)(1959) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Vishwamitra Adil, MD-Bipin Baabul

Lyrics

hic
hic
maine pi hai
pi hai pi hai
par main to nashe mein nahin
ke tu hai haseen
tu hai haseen
maine pi hai
pi hai pi hai
par main to nashe mein nahin
ke tu hai haseen
tu hai haseen
maine pi hai
pi hai pi hai

teri zulfon ko chheden nigaahen meri
yoon na hoga
teri baahon se lipten ye baahen meri
yoon na hoga
teri zulfon ko chheden nigaahen meri
yoon na hoga
teri baahon se lipte ye baahen meri
yoon na hoga
yoon na hoga ke ye hai apne dil pe yaqeen
dil pe yaqeen
maine pi hai pi hai pi hai
par main to nashe mein nahin
ke tu hai haseen
tu hai haseen
maine pi hai
pi hai pi hai
hic

ye mohabbat hai dilbar nahin dillagi
tujhko dar kya
hosh mein hai abhi tak wafaayen meri
tujhko dar kya
ye mohabbat hai dilbar nahin dillagi
tujhko dar kya
hosh mein hai abhi tak wafaayen meri
tujhko dar kya
tujhko dar kya ke jhukne ko hai ye zameen
hai ye zameen
maine pi hai
pi hai pi hai
par main to nashe mein nahin
ke tu hai haseen
tu hai haseen
maine pi hai
pi hai pi hai

dekhi jaati nahin ab ye sahmi nazar
chal diya main
ye to jaane ka mausam nahin hain
magar chal diya main
dekhi jaati nahi ab ye sahmi nazar chal diya main
ye to jaane ka mausam nahin hai magar chal diya main
chal diya main
chal diya main
chal diya ye chala ye chala main kahaan
maine pi hai
pi hai pi hai
par main to nashe me nahin
ke tu hai haseen
tu hai haseen
maine pi hai
pi hai pi hai
par main to nashe mein nahin
tu hai haseen
tu hai haseen
maine pi hai
pi hai pi hai


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“Chaar Meenaar”(1956) was directed by Ravindra Dave for Nagina Films, Bombay. The movie had Nasir Khan, Jabeen, Bhagwan, Renu Makad, Anjali Devi, Nazi, Altaf, Gyani, S K Prem, Ramesh Sinha, Rasheed Khan, Narbada Shankar, Helen, Sadiq etc in it.
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