Archive for the ‘shankar jaikishan’ Tag

Duniya Bananewale – Teesri Kasam (1966)

Mukesh Chandra Mathur was one of the legendary singers of the golden era of Hindi film music. The team of Raj Kapoor, Mukesh and Shankar-Jaikishan was successful in making films like Awara and Shree 420 famous among people as far away as Russia.

Here is a song, used as the leitmotif for the Basu Bhattacharya film Teesri Kasam, where Mukesh sings for Raj Kapoor.

Lyrics: Shailendra

Duniya Bananewale Kya Tere Man Mein Samaayi
Kaheko Duniya Banayi

Kahe Banaye Toone Maati Ke Putle
Dharti Yeh Pyari Pyari
Mukhde Yeh Ujle
Kahe Banaya Toone Duniya Ka Khela
Usme Lagaya Jawaani Ka Mela
Gup-Chup Tamasha Dekhe, Wah Re Teri Khudaai

Preet Banaake Toone Jeena Sikhaaya
Hansna Sikhaaya, Rona Sikhaaya
Jeevan Ke Path Par Meet Milaye
Meet Milake Toone Sapne Sajaaye
Sapne Sajaake Toone Kahe Ko De Di Judaai

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Teri pyaari pyaari soorat ko – Sasural (1961)

The first post has to be about Mohd. Rafi. This leading playback singer of the Indian film industry during the fifties to the seventies, has given us a treasure trove of classic songs.

Here is one of his evergreen gems from the film Sasural which won him the 1961 Filmfare award for Best Playback Singer. The music for this song was composed by Shankar-Jaikishan

Lyrics: Hasrat Jaipuri

Teri Pyaari Pyaari Soorat Ko Kisiki Nazar Na Lage
Chashme Baddoor
Mukhde Ko Chhupa Lo Aanchal Mein Kahin Meri Nazar Na Lage
Chashme Baddoor

Yoon Na Akele Phira Karo Sabki Nazar Se Dara Karo
Phool Se Zyaada Nazuk Ho Tum Chaal Sambhalkar Chala Karo
Zulfon Ko Gira Lo Gaalon Par Mausam Ki Nazar Na Lage
Chashme Baddoor

Ek Jhalak Jo Paata Hai Raahi Wahin Ruk Jaata Hai
Dekh Ke Tera Roop Salona Chand Bhi Sar Ko Jhukata Hai
Dekha Na Karo Tum Aaina Kahin Khud Ki Nazar Na Lage
Chashme Baddoor

Dil Mein Chube Woh Teer Ho Tum Chahat Ki Taqdeer Ho Tum
Kaun Na Hoga Tum Se Diwaana Pyaar Bhari Tasveer Ho Tum
Nikala Na Karo Tum Rahon Par Sadkon Ki Nazar Na Lage
Chashme Baddoor