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Din dhal jaye – Guide(1965)

From the film Guide, with lyrics penned by Shailendra, this balmy gem of a song is truly one of the masterpieces woven by the adakari of Mohd. Rafi and the brilliant composition by S D Burman. Presented in all its glory here, with the picturization on Dev Anand and Waheeda Rehman.

Lyrics:

Din Dhal Jaaye Hai Raat Na Jaaye
Tu To Na Aaye Teri Yaad Sataaye

Pyaar Mein Jinke Sab Jag Chhoda
Aur Huye Badnaam
Unke Hi Haathon Haal Hua Yeh
Baithe Hai Dil Ko Tham
Apne Kabhi The Ab Hain Paraaye

Aisi Hi Rimjhim Aisi Phuhaarein
Aisi Hi Thi Barsaat
Khud Se Judaa Aur Jag Se Paraaye
Hum Dono The Saath
Phir Se Woh Saawan Ab Kyon Na Aaye

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Jalte hai jiske liye – Sujata(1959)

No one can forget the golden voice of Talat Mehmood in this gem of a song from the film Sujata. The music again was composed by Sachin Dev Burman.

Lyrics: Majrooh Sultanpuri

Jalte hain jiske liye teri aakhon ke diye,
Dhoond laya hoon wahi geet main tere liye,

Dil main rakh lena ise haathon se ye chhute na kahin,
Geet nazuk hai mere sheeshe se bhi toote na kahin,
Gungunaunga yehi geet main tere liye,

Jab talak na yeh tere ras ke bhare hontoon se mile,
Yunhi awara phirega yeh teri zulfon ke tale,
Gaye jaunga yehi geet main tere liye

Puchho na kaise – Meri Soorat Teri Aankhen(1963)

No post about Sachin Karta would do justice to him if it doesn’t explore his classical roots. A disciple of the noted Bengali classical singer, Bhismadev Chattopadhyay, he created several raga based film songs. The most noted among these is this gem, sung by Manna Dey. The original song in Bengali is by Kazi Nazrul Islam. A Bengali rendition by Asha Bhonsle is available here.

Raga: Ahir Bhairav, Thaat: Bhairav

Lyrics: Shailendra

Puchho na kaise maine rain bitai
Ik pal jaise ik yug bita
Yug bite mohe neend na aayi

Ik jale deepak ik man meraa
Phir bhi naa jaaye mere ghar ka andhera
Tadpat tarsat umar gavaayi

Na kahin chanda na kahin taare
Jyot ke pyaase mere nain bichaare
Bhor bhi aas ki kiran na laayi

Aise to na dekho – Teen Deviyaan(1965)

The trio of SD Burman – Mohd. Rafi – Dev Anand gave us several of the classic songs – from films like Bambai ka Babu, Tere Ghar Ke Samne, Guide and Jewel Thief. One of the gems that S D Burman composed was given voice by Mohd. Rafi in the film Teen Deviyaan.

Lyrics: Majrooh Sultanpuri

Aise To Na Dekho, Ke Humko Nasha Ho Jaye
Khoobsurat Si Koi Humse Khata Ho Jaye

Tum Humein Roko Phir Bhi Hum Na Ruken
Tum Kaho Kaafir Phir Bhi Aise Jhuken
Kadam-E-Naaz Pe Ik Sajda Ada Ho Jaye

Yoon Na Ho Aankhen Rahen Kaajal Gholen
Badh Ke Bekhudi Haseen Gesu Kholen
Khul Ke Phir Zulfen Siyah Kali Bala Ho Jaaye

Hum To Masti Mein Jaane Kya Kya Kahen
Lab-E-Naazuk Se Aisa Na Ho Tumhein
Beqarari Ka Gila Hum Se Siva Ho Jaye

Mere Saajan Hai Us Paar – Bandini(1963)

Sachin Karta himself has sung a few songs he composed for in Hindi films. One of these – which utilizes his nasal tone and bard-like voice, evokes the Bhatiali folk and the life of the rural boatmen of Bengal.

Lyrics: Shailendra

O re maajhi, O mere maajhi
Mere sajaan hai us paar
Main mann-maar hoon is paar
O mere maajhi Ab ki baar
Le chal paar Le chal paar

Mann ki kitab se tum
Mera naam hi mita dena
Gun to na tha koi bhi
Avgun mere bhula dena
Mujhe aaj ki bida kaa
Mar ke bhi rahega intezaar

Mat khel jal jayegi
Kehti hi aaj mere mann ki
Main bandini piya ki, Main sangini hoon saajan ki
Mera kheenchti hai aanchal manmeet teri

Na Tum Hamen Jano – Baat Ek Raat Ki (1962)

Today’s focus is Sachin Dev Burman, the composer who gave us unforgettable compositions throughout his career spanning over three decades since the thirties, which were as rooted in the folk traditions as they were in their urbane elan. In Baat Ek Raat Ki (1962), his compositions were rendered by Hemant Kumar and Geeta Dutt – picturized on Dev Anand and Waheeda Rehman.

Lyrics: Majrooh Sultanpuri

Na Tum Hamen Jano, Na Hum Tumen Jane
Magar Lagta Hai Kuchh Aisa, Mera Humdum Mil Gaya

Ye Mausam Ye Raat Chup Hai, Ye Hontho Kii Baat Chup Hai
Khaamoshi Sunaane Lagi, Hai Daastaan
Nazar Ban Gayee Hai, Dil Ki Zabaan

Mohabbat Ke Mod Pe Hum, Mile Sabko Chhod Ke Hum
Dhadakate Dilo Ka Leke, Ye Kaaravaan
Chale Aaj Dono, Jaane Kahaan

Chhodo Chhodo Mori Baiyan – Miyan Biwi Razi (1960)

One of the best female voices to have graced the Hindi film industry, Suman Kalyanpur, never quite got her due. However we are all the more rich for the infinite variety of songs that she has sung as a playback singer. Here is a classic gem from the film – Miyan Biwi Razi (1960).

The music for this song was composed by Sachin Dev Burman and the lyrics penned by Shailendra.