Binaca Geet Mala 1972: greatest hits

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The 71 most popular/ significant Hindi-Urdu songs of 1972

These include songs released in the previous year

The story of the no.1 hit of the year

As told by Rahul Dev Burman to Amin Sayani

The song Dum maro dum was born out of an idea that lyricist Anand Bakshi had. He felt that since the film had a dance segment (‘dance portion,’ as he called it) he suggested to Rahul Dev Burman that they should have a song there. Pancham (as RDB was nicknamed) replied, ‘Barha achchha dum maar rahey hain aap [There is dum (strength) in your suggestion.]’

Dum also means ‘puff’ (as in puffing on a weed).

That gave Bakshi the words that he was looking for. Rahul Dev Burman recalls that Bakshi was ready with the lyrics within five minutes.

The next day when they presented the song to Dev Anand, who was the producer and director of the film, he rejected the song. Anand’s reasoning was that the song went ‘against the situation’ in the film. (‘Situation’ is the Filmistani word for a particular moment in the story of a film.) Burman and Bakshi canvassed many members of Hare Rama Hare Krishna’s ‘unit’ [crew], including supporting actress Zeenat Aman, who was to ‘sing’ (lip-sync) the song on the screen, to persuade Anand.

As a compromise Anand agreed to put the song on the film’s soundtrack album but not in the film itself. Ultimately he relented and allowed the song’s refrain and one verse in the film: and that is the way it was. The complete 4:25 song is heard only on the album.

The YouTube video stretches footage from the film, including scenes from the Zeenat character’s childhood and hippie-related scenes from the film, to give you the full song.

What a blunder Anand almost made.

The song Dum maro dum went on to play a huge part in the success of the film Hare Rama Hare Krishna. It was way more popular than the film itself.

(Hare Rama Hare Krishna was the first of the two successful films that Dev Anand made in his very long career as director, and the song was more successful than the film itself. Des Pardes was his only other success.)

A note about the credits

Who sang the song Phoolon ka taaron ka for the film Hare Rama, Hare Krishna ? Kishore Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar, yes, but was Rahul Dev Burman’s the male (i.e. the father’s) voice in the Lata Mangeshkar (i.e. childhood) version? Binaca Geetmala ka Sureela Safar says, yes, it was Pancham’s voice. However, a usually reliable website suggests that this, too, was Kishore Kumar’s voice (it credits the music of this song alone to papa Sachin Dev Burman, therefore, its data entry people have obviously not seen the disc or film itself).

The arbitration of SaReGaMa was pointless. It lists two versions of the song, both attributed to and sung by Kishore Kumar. The Hindi Film Geet Kosh supports Binaca Geetmala ka Sureela Safar: the male voice on the Lata version is that of Rahul Dev Burman.

The film’s credits do not list the singers: though they make it clear that Rahul Dev Burman was the film’s sole music director.

Therefore, Indpaedia turned to the song itself. The voice is not Pancham’s better-known Satchmo-ish buffo basso. It is, instead, a gentler, Manna Deyish voice—obviously, Pancham Da in a mellow mood. It is certainly not Kishore Kumar.

An Urdu expression

Muqattã is an Arabic, indeed, an Islamic word.

There are 114 chapters in the Holy Qur’an. 29 of these chapters begin with mysterious letters, e.g. A, L, M (in Arabic, of course). Each such letter is a muqattã, the plural being muqatta’at. These letters are also seen as fawātih or "openers" because they are the opening letters or words of their respective chapters.

Imam Amin Ahsan Islahi, a Qur'anic scholar, has pointed out that the Arabs used such letters in their poetry even before the revelation of the Holy Qur’an. Later Persian poets, too, used such 'fragments' (qit'a) in their poetry.

In Geetmala ki Chhaon Mein (vol.35, track 1) you will hear Meena Kumari use the term muqattã for the opening verse of the song Thârhé rahiyo from the film Pakeezah. This ‘opening verse’ (Chândni raat) is a work of high poetry in itself and yet the song can be (and often is) sung without it. Above all, it was not written by Majrooh Sultanpuri, the poet who composed the song, but, as often happens, was added by the film’s producer, Kamal Amrohi. (Interestingly, during Meena Kumari’s conversation with him, Ameen Sayani uses the expression qata’a, instead.)

A note about Pakeezah’s credits

A highly respected, scholarly website has credited the music of several songs from the film Pakeezah to ‘Ghulam Mohammad/ Naushad.’ Not correct. No song from the film was composed jointly by the two. Ghulam Mohammad composed the six hit songs from the film while Naushad, separately, composed the four haunting ‘background songs’ (‘Kaun gali gayo Shyãm,’ ‘Moré sãjan,’ the alaap etc.). Ghulam Mohammad also composed the nine songs that were (wisely) not used in the film but were issued on a separate long playing record called Pakeezah Rang Barang. (Wisely, for they were not in the same league.) Because of Pakeezah’s phenomenal success many people bought the Rang Barang LP, to play it once and never dared play it again.

The next rung

The Geetmala ki Chhaon Mein CDs list 15 songs that were ‘in the shade’ (chhaoñ songs) this year. Prof Bhargava has compiled a list of 8 runners-up. The two lists have no songs in common. Thus, between the two, there are 23 unique songs in the ‘next rung.’

GC: Geetmala ki Chhaon Mein is a set of 50 CDs issued by Saregama in instalments that continued into 2012-13. The set concentrated on songs that had ‘remained in the shadow’ (chhaoñ) of the main annual list of Binaca and its successor Geet Malas. These, thus, were the ‘next rung’ of songs, which were popular but did not make it to the main annual list.

AB: Bhargava, Anil, Binaca Geetmala ka Sureela Safar (Hindi; 2007; Rs.1,200), Vangmaya Prakashan, Jaipur-302015. vangmaya_jpr@yahoo.com)

Raags in songs

Few film songs that have a root in Indian classical music remain faithful to a raag throughout their length. Indpaedia volunteers have sometimes mentioned raags even when there is merely a hint of that raag in a song. (Raag is also spelt raga.)


Wherever a taal has been mentioned, Indpaedia’s volunteers have crosschecked it with (Raag David Courtney/ ChandraKantha.com, and sometimes the raags, too.

Binaca Geetmala’s 37 top songs of 1972

 

Song

Film

Music Director

Lyricist

Singer(s)

1

Dum maro dum

Hare Rama Hare Krishna

R D Burman

Anand Bakshi

Usha Iyer, Asha Bhosle

2

Inhi logon ne leena dupatta mera (Raag Kalyãn/ Taal Keherwã)

Pakeezah

Ghulam Mohammad

Majrooh Sultanpuri

Lata Mangeshkar

3

Chalte chalte yooñ hi koi mil gaya tha 

Pakeezah

Ghulam Mohammad

Kaifi Azmi

Lata Mangeshkar

4

Main intezaar karooñ/ Jhootha hai tera vaada/ (Sachhai chhup nahin sakti banavat ke usoolon se)  

Dushman

Laxmikant Pyarelal

Anand Bakshi

Kishore Kumar

5

Chingari koi bhadké  (Raag Bhairavi/ Taal Keherwã)

Amar Prem (1971)

R D Burman

Anand Bakshi

Kishore Kumar

6

Jai bolo beimaan ki (Na izzat ki chinta) (Raag Bhairavi/ Taal Keherwã)

Beimaan

Shankar Jaikishan

Varma Malik

Mukesh

7

Duniya meiñ logoñ ko dhokha kabhi ho jata hai

Apna Desh

R D Burman

Anand Bakshi

Asha Bhosle, R D Burman

8

Yeh jeevan hai 

Piya Ka Ghar

Laxmikant Pyarelal

Anand Bakshi

Kishore Kumar

9

Ye kya hua, kaise hua, kab hua, kyoñ hua, jab hua, tab hua

Amar Prem

R D Burman

Anand Bakshi

Kishore Kumar

10

Aap yahañ âayé kis liye? 

Kal Aaj Aur Kal

Shankar Jaikishan

Neeraj

Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle

11

Ankhon ankhoñ meiñ baat honé do 

Aankhon Aankhon Mein

Shankar Jaikishan

Hasrat Jaipuri

Asha Bhosle, Kishore Kumar

12

Hamare siva tumhare aur kitne diwane hain 

Apradh

Kalyanji Anandji

Indeevar

Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar

13

Maiñ toh chala, jidhar chalé rasta 

Dhadkan

Ravi

Ravi, Prem Dhawan

Kishore Kumar

14

Kâñchi kanchi re preet meri sâñchi (Raag Bhupali, Pahãrhi/ Taal Dãdrã)

Hare Rama Hare Krishna

R D Burman

Anand Bakshi

Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar

15

Rampur ka vaasi hooñ main Lachhman mera nâm 

Raampur Ka Lakshman

R D Burman

Majrooh Sultanpuri

Kishore Kumar

16

Maiñ ik raja hu, tu ik rani hai (Raag Bairãgi Bhairav/ Taal Keherwã) 

Uphaar

Laxmikant Pyarelal

Anand Bakshi

Mohammed Rafi

17

Sun Champa, sun Tara 

Apna Desh

R D Burman

Anand Bakshi

Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar

18

Geet gâta hooñ maiñ gungunâta hooñ maiñ  (Raag Kîrwãni/ Taal Dãdrã)

Lal Patthar

Shankar Jaikishan

Dev Kohli

Kishore Kumar

19

Dekha na hayé ray socha narakh di nishaney peh jaan

Bombay to Goa

Rahul Dev Burman

Rajinder Krishan 

Kishore Kumar

20

Sheeshi bhari gulab ki 

Jeet

Laxmikant Pyarelal

Anand Bakshi

Lata Mangeshkar

21

Bolé papeehara, papeehara (Raag Miyãn ki Malhar/ Taal Keherwa)

Guddi (1971)

Vasant Desai

Gulzar

Vani Jairam

22

Ik cheez mângté haiñ hum 

Babul Ki Galiyan

Ravi

Rajinder Krishan

Asha Bhosle, Kishore Kumar

23

Dil ki bâteiñ dil hi jané 

Roop Tera Mastana

Laxmikant Pyarelal

Asad Bhopali

Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar

24

Chakkar kha gaye hum to ray bhaiyya dekh sheher ki naariyaan (Hum ne gaoñ ke panghat pe)/ (Hamré dés meiñ) 

Ek Bechara

Laxmikant Pyarelal

Anand Bakshi

Mukesh

25

Dil ki kitab kori hai, kori hi rehné do 

Yaar Mera

Shankar Jaikishan

Hasrat Jaipuri

Suman Kalyanpur, Mohammed Rafi

26

Jané-jân dhoondh-tâ phir raha, hooñ tumheiñ raat din 

Jawani Diwani

R D Burman

Anand Bakshi

Asha Bhosle, Kishore Kumar

27

Jaané mujhé kya hua  

Janwar Aur Insaan

Kalyanji Anandji

Gulshan Bawra

Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar

28

Ladki Punjab di, mauj Chanâb [sic] kiReshma jawan ho gayi 

Mome Ki Gudiya

Laxmikant Pyarelal

Anand Bakshi

Mohammed Rafi

29

Ik pyaar ka naghma haiZindagi aur kuchh bhi nahin teri meri kahani hai

Shor

Laxmikant-Pyarelal 

Santosh Anand

Lata Mangeshkar, Mukesh 

30

Nainoñ meiñ? Niñdiya hai. Mâthe pe bindia hai 

Joroo Ka Ghulam

Kalyanji Anandji

Anand Bakshi

Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar

31

Mujhe aisi mili haseena 

Janwar Aur Insaan

Kalyanji Anandji

Indeevar

Kishore Kumar

32

Na tu zameeñ ke liye hai na asmaañ ke 

Dastan

Laxmikant Pyarelal

Sahir Ludhianvi

Mohammed Rafi

33

Mainé dekha, tûné dekha [ik dushman jo dostoñ se pyara hai] 

Dushman

Laxmikant Pyarelal

Anand Bakshi

Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar

34

Ladki chale jab sadkoñ , aye qayamat 

Seema

Shankar Jaikishan

Varma Malik

Kishore Kumar

35

Tik tik tik tik [kal aaj aur kal]

Kal Aaj aur Kal

Shankar Jaikishan

Neeraj

Asha Bhosle, Kishore Kumar, Mukesh

36

Chadhtee jawani meri chaal mastani 

Caravan

R D Burman

Majrooh Sultanpuri

Mohammed Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar

37

Aaiye aapko main apne bangley ki sair karaooñ 

Joroo Ka Ghulam

Kalyanji Anandji

Anand Bakshi

Kishore Kumar

 

23 songs in the ‘next rung’

 

Song

Film

Music Director

Lyricist

Singer(s)

GC

AB

Do baatein, pyar bhari, kar looñ? Kar lo ji

Ankhon Ankhon Mein

Shankar-Jaikishan

Varma Malik

Asha Bhosle, Kishore Kumar

 

AB

Raatoñ ké sâyé ghané

Annadata

Salil Chowdhury

Yogesh

Lata Mangeshkar

GC

 

Main jahaan chala jaoon bahaar chali aaye

Banphool

Laxmikant-Pyarelal 

Anand Bakshi

Kishore Kumar

 

AB

Bhor aayi, gaya añdhiyara (Good morning, O papa/ to everybody; Namastey…) (Raag Alhaiya Bilãwal/ Teen Taal, Punjabi Theka {Sitãrkhãni}, Keherwã)

Bawarchi

Madan Mohan

Kaifi Azmi

Manna Dey, Kishore Kumar, Lakshmi Shankar, Nirmala Devi, Harindranath Chattopadhyay

GC

 

Tum bin jeevan kaisa jeevan (Raag Hamsadhwani, Hémañt/ Punjabi Theka {Sitãrkhãni})

Bawarchi

Madan Mohan

Kaifi Azmi

Manna Dey, Asrani

GC

 

Bol meri gudiya, gudde kay sang

Bhai Ho To Aisa

Sonik-Omi

Sahir Ludhianvi

Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar

 

AB

Kitna pyara waada hai

Caravan

Rahul Dev Burman

Majrooh Sultanpuri 

Lata Mangeshkar, Mohammed Rafi

GC

 

Roop tera aisa, darpan mein na samaye

Ek Baar Muskura Do

O P Nayyar

Indeewar

Kishore Kumar

 

AB

Dekho o diwano tum yeh kaam na karo

Hare Rama, Hare Krishna

Rahul Dev Burman

Anand Bakshi

Kishore Kumar

 

AB

Phoolon ka taaron ka sab ka kehna hai

Hare Rama, Hare Krishna

Rahul Dev Burman

Anand Bakshi

Kishore Kumar/ Lata Mangeshkar, Rahul Dev Burman 

 

AB

Bhañware ki gunjan 

Kal Aaj aur Kal

Shankar-Jaikishan

Hasrat Jaipuri 

Kishore Kumar

GC

 

Hum jab honge saath saal kay

Kal Aaj aur Kal

Shankar Jaikishan

Shaili Shailendra

Asha Bhosle, Kishore Kumar

GC

 

Sooni sooni saans ké sitãr par, bheege-bheege ãñsuoñ ké tãr par (Raag Jaijaivanti/ Punjabi Theka {Sitãrkhãni})

Lal Patthar

Shankar-Jaikishan

Neeraj

Asha Bhosle

GC

 

Yeh wohi geet hai jis ko maine

Maan Jaiye

Jaidev

Naqsh Lyallpuri

Kishore Kumar

GC

 

Kayi sadiyoñ sé kai janmoñ sé  (Raag Shivaranjani/ Taal Keherwã)

Milap

Brij Bhushan

Naqsh Lyallpuri

Mukesh

GC

 

Baghon mein bahaar aai honthon peh pukaar aayi

Mome Ki Gudiya

Laxmikant-Pyarelal 

Anand Bakshi

Lata Mangeshkar, Anand Bakshi

GC

 

Thârhé rahiyo, O bânké yaar (qattâ: Chândni raat barhi dér ké baad aayi hai…aaj ki raat barhi dér ké baad aayi hai) (Rajasthani mãñd)

Pakeezah

Ghulam Mohammad

Majrooh Sultanpuri (qattâ/ prelude by Kamaal Amrohi)

Lata Mangeshkar (with the qattâ recited by Meena Kumari and sung by Lata)

GC

 

Tum aisé basé moré nain ki ab kachhu soojhat nâheeñ

Saa-Re-Ga-Ma-Pa

Ganesh

Majrooh Sultanpuri 

Mohammed Rafi

GC

 

Kaanta lagaa…Bañglé ke peechhe

Samadhi

Rahul Dev Burman

Majrooh Sultanpuri 

Lata Mangeshkar

GC

 

Brahma, O Brahma! Deva O Deva! De de ek nari sundar si

Shaadi Ke Baad

Laxmikant-Pyarelal 

Anand Bakshi

Lata Mangeshkar, Manna Dey

 

AB

Kal raat sapne mein aayé thé

Shararat

Ganesh

Asad Bhopali

Mohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle

GC

 

Do diwane aaye, ek tamasha laye

Tangewala

Naushad

Majrooh Sultanpuri 

Mohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle

 

AB

Kaun sachcha hai aur kaun jhootha hai

Zindagi Zindagi

Sachin Dev Burman

Anand Bakshi

Manna Dey

GC

 

 

Eleven songs with a classical background

Song

Film

Music Director

Lyricist

Singer(s)

Bada natkhat hai re Krishn Kanhaiya  (Raag Khamãj/ Taal Dãdrã)

Amar Prem (1971)

R D Burman

Anand Bakshi

Lata Mangeshkar

Kuchh to log kaheingé  (Raag Khamãj/ Taal Keherwã)

Amar Prem

R D Burman

Anand Bakshi

Kishore Kumar

Raina beeti jayé  (Raag Gujari Todi/ Taal Keherwã)

Amar Prem

R D Burman

Anand Bakshi

Lata Mangeshkar

Tum meri zindagi mein kuchh is tarah sé aayé [Udhar dekho] (Chhãya Nat)

Bombay to Goa

Rahul Dev Burman

Rajinder Krishan 

Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar

Saveré ka sooraj tumharé liye hai, ki bujhte diyé ko nã tum yãd karna  (Raag Kalyãn/ Jhap Taal)

Ek Baar Muskura Do

O P Nayyar

Indeewar

Kishore Kumar

Hum ko man ki shakti dena (Raag Kédãr/ Taal Dãdrã)

Guddi

Vasant Desai

Gulzar

Vani Jayaram

Ré mann, sur meiñ gã (Raag Yaman Kalyãn/ Taal Keherwã)

Lal Patthar

Shankar-Jaikishan

Neeraj

Manna Dey, Lata Mangeshkar

Un ké khayãl aayé to aaté chalé gayé (Raag Bageshri/ Gara/ Taal Keherwã)

Lal Patthar

Shankar-Jaikishan

Hasrat Jaipuri 

Mohammed Rafi 

Chalo dildãr chalo  (Pahãrhi/ Taal Dãdrã)

Pakeezah

Ghulam Mohammad

Kaif Bhopali

Lata Mangeshkar, Mohammed Rafi

Kaun gali gayo Shyãm (Raag Pîloo, Pahãrhi/ Taal Keherwã)

Pakeezah

Naushad

Traditional

Parveen Sultana

Mausam hai ãshiquana  (Raag Kalyãn/ Taal Keherwã)

Pakeezah

Ghulam Mohammad

Kamaal Amrohi

Lata Mangeshkar

 

See also

For lists of popular songs

If the song that you are looking for has not been listed under one particular year, please look up the next year’s charts as well. This is especially true of Binaca/ Cibaca’s annual charts, which would carry songs released in the last months of a year into the following year’s charts.

Hindi-Urdu songs: An introduction <> Hindi-Urdu songs: methodology <> Hindi-Urdu songs: sources and abbreviations <> Hindi-Urdu songs, 1931-49: years not known

Hindi-Urdu songs: 1931 Hindi-Urdu songs: 1932 Hindi-Urdu songs: 1933 Hindi-Urdu songs: 1934

Hindi-Urdu songs: 1935 Hindi-Urdu songs: 1936 Hindi-Urdu songs: 1937 Hindi-Urdu songs: 1938 Hindi-Urdu songs: 1939

Hindi-Urdu songs: 1940 Hindi-Urdu songs: 1941 Hindi-Urdu songs: 1942 Hindi-Urdu songs: 1943 Hindi-Urdu songs: 1944

Hindi-Urdu songs: 1945 Hindi-Urdu songs: 1946 Hindi-Urdu songs: 1947 Hindi-Urdu songs: 1948 Hindi-Urdu songs: 1949

Hindi-Urdu songs: 1950 Hindi-Urdu songs: 1951 Hindi-Urdu songs: 1952 Binaca Geet Mala: History and trivia Binaca Geet Mala 1953: greatest hits Binaca Geet Mala 1954: greatest hits

Binaca Geet Mala 1955: greatest hits Binaca Geet Mala 1956: greatest hits Binaca Geet Mala 1957: greatest hits Binaca Geet Mala 1958: greatest hits Binaca Geet Mala 1959: greatest hits

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Binaca Geet Mala 1975: annual list Binaca Geet Mala 1976: annual list Binaca Geet Mala 1977: annual list Binaca Geet Mala 1978: annual list Binaca Geet Mala 1979: annual list

Binaca Geet Mala 1980: annual list Binaca Geet Mala 1981: annual list Binaca Geet Mala 1982: annual list Binaca Geet Mala 1983: annual list Binaca Geet Mala 1984: annual list

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Cibaca Sangeet Mala 1990: annual list Cibaca Geet Mala 1991: annual list Cibaca Geet Mala 1992: annual list Cibaca Geet Mala 1993: annual list Hindi-Urdu songs: 1994

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For lists of popular Hindi-Urdu films

Indpaedia has lists of the highest grossing films of all individual years (and some decades) from Hindi-Urdu films: 1940 to the present.

Records for the 1930s are non-existent but you may still want to read:

Hindi-Urdu films: 1931 <> Hindi-Urdu films: 1932 <> Hindi-Urdu films: 1938 <>Hindi-Urdu films: 1939

Below are sample links, one from each decade. Links to all individual years (and some decades) will be found at the bottom of every page in the Hindi-Urdu films series.

Hindi-Urdu films: 1941 <> Hindi-Urdu films: 1950 <> Hindi-Urdu films: 1968 <> Hindi-Urdu films: 1977 <> Hindi-Urdu films: 1986 <> Hindi-Urdu films: 1995 <> Hindi-Urdu films: 2004 <> Hindi-Urdu films: 2013 <>

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