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

In Hindi movies, the leading lady would sing “romantic” songs only for the benefit of the leading man. But sometimes she would sing such songs for the villain as well, though here her intention would be to outwit him rather than romance him.

Hema Malini famously “wooes” Prem Chopra in “Raaja Jaani”(1972), in the song Kitna maza aa raha hai .

I find that Hema Malini- Prem Chopra “yaaraana” is older than that. Hema Malini sings a “seduction” song for Prem Chopra in “Waaris”(1969) as well.

Here is this fifth song from “Waaris”(1969) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.

As mentioned above, it is a song sung by the leading lady Hema Mailni and the baddie Prem Chopra.


Song-Dil ki lagi ko chhupaaoon kaise (Waaris)(1969) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

dil ki lagi ko chhupaaun kaise
shola jo bhadke
dabaaun kaise
baahon mein teri main aaun kaise
ho o o
dil ki lagi ko chhupaaun kaise
shola jo bhadke dabaaun kaise
baahon mein teri main aaun kaise
dil ki lagi ko chhupaaun kaise

meri saanson mein teri hi khushboo hai
ae meri jaane bahaar
tere hi naghme
gaata hai hardam
mere dil ka sitaar
meri saanson mein
teri hi khushboo hai
ae meri jaane bahaar
tere hi naghme
gaata hai hardam
mere dil ka sitaar
aaja
aa bhi ja
gale se laga loon
sapna bana ke main aankhon mein chhupa loon
dil ki lagi ko chhupaaun kaise
shola jo bhadke dabaaun kaise
baahon mein teri main aaun kaise
dil ki lagi ko chhupaaun kaise

mere khayaalon mein
aayega koi bhi
aur na tere siwa
meri mohabbat
sun na sakegi
aur kisi ki sada
mere khayaalon mein
aayega koi bhi
aur na tere siwa
meri mohabbat
sun na sakegi
aur kisi ki sada
aaja
aa bhi ja
gale se laga loon
sapna bana ke main aankhon mein chhupa loon
dil ki lagi ko chhupaaun kaise
shola jo bhadke dabaaun kaise
baahon mein teri main aaun kaise
ho o
dil ki lagi ko chhupaaun kaise

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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.

When I woke up early in the morning today (27 june 2016), I knew that it was a monday. 🙂 We all know how people feel about mondays. 🙂 They so look forward to going to the office, eager to add their mite to the GDP of the nation. 🙂
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This article is written by Raja, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog.

As I sit at my computer to write up this post for this blog, I am filled with a sense of joy and fulfilment.
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This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog.

‘Ghazab kiyaa tere waade pe aitbaar kiyaa’ is a famous ghazal written by Daagh Dehlvi. Ever since I heard this ghazal sung by Mohammed Rafi for the first time in late 60s, I am spellbound by his rendition. In fact, I scouted for a gramophone record in 78 rpm of this song in early 70s and I was able to get a brand new record. I must have played this record many times and now I can tell which points Mohammed Rafi takes a momentary pause while singing this ghazal. This non-filmy ghazal was set to music by Khayyam. This ghazal has also been sung by many well known singers of thesub-continent such as Mehdi Hasan, Pankaj Udhas, Mallika Pukhraj, Farida Khanumand many more. With due respect to all these singers who are numero uno in their own rights, I still prefer to listen to Mohammed Rafi’s version.
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This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, a fellow enthusiast of hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog.

Janaury 31st is the death anniversary of Suraiyya who was India’s greatest female singer-actor of the post-partition period. While reading her profile and biography, I felt that her life had twists and tales worthy of making a full length feature film. For instance, her romantic involvement with Dev Anand, a dominating maternal grandmother who, apart from deciding her filmy career, played a spoilsport in her romantic relationship and finally her decision to quit films to live a life of seclusion, can be some of the ingredients for a cinematic presentation. Suraiyya’s life cycle can best be described in some of her own renditions like Laayi khushi ki duniya (Vidya) , Tere nainon ne chori kiyaa mera chhota sa jiya pardesiya (Pyaar ki jeet) and Raste pe ham khade hain dil e beqaraar le kar (Rajput) to Ye kaisi ajab daastaan ho gayi hai(Rustam Sohrab)(1963) and finally to Rahiye ab aisi jagah chal kar jahan koi naa ho (Mirza Ghalib) .
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“Waaris” (1954) has lovely songs in it.I have discussed three songs from this movie in the past. Here is another song from this movie.
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I keep mentioning that Rafi was capable of singing with unbelievable amount of energy. I have often mentioned songs where I thought that the energy level in the singing was just mind boggling.
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Suraiyya, who ruled the roost as am actor-singer gradually ran out of steam in 1950s. The fact that she would sing only for herself meant that as her demand as an actress fell, she stopped getting singing offers as well.
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During early 1950s, the biggest name in male playback singing was Talat Mehmood, and like Suraiyya on the distaff side, he was foraying into acting too. In fact, many music directors at that time thought that he was not avaialble to sing for other actors ( like Suraiyya) and as a result he stopped getting offers for playback singing for other actors.
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