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Apne piya ki main to bani re joganiya..Suman Kalyanpur_BharatVyas_Shivram..a tribute

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  • Published on 2012-09-14T20:25:20+00:00

    Song: Apne piya ki main to bani re joganiya .. Movie :Kan Kan Men Bhagwan,1963, Singer: Suman Kalyanpur, Lyricist: Bharat Vyas, Music Director: Shivram, Cast: Anita Guha ,Mahipal, Krishna Kumari , Ratnamala , Ram Singh , Raja Nene, Director: Babubhai Mistry, Producer: Roopkala Pictures, Genre: Mythological, Lyrics :- piyaa charan ki babhoot ramaayi, preet ki pahni maalaa ab kaahe kaa darnaa jag se, man mein huaa ujaalaa, aaa apne piyaa ki main to bani re joganiyaa apne piyaa ki main to bani re joganiyaa hansi udaaye chaahe saari duniyaa, main to bani re joganiyaa apne piyaa ki main to bani re joganiyaa saanwariyaa ke rang mein chunariyaa rangaaungi saanwariyaa ke rang mein chunariyaa rangaaungi chandrmaa kaa jhumkaa pahan piyaa aaungi jhan jhan baaje mori ho o jhan jhan baaje mori jhaanjhariyaa main to bani re joganiya apne piya ki main to bani re joganiya hansi udaaye chaahe saari duniyaa, main to bani re joganiyaa apne piyaa ki main to bani re joganiyaa tere liye maine to sharam-laaj chhodi re tere liye maine to sharam-laaj chhodi re tere sang jodi to jagat sang todi re tu hai Mohan meraa, ho, o, o tu hai Mohan main teri Mohaniyaa, main to bani re joganiyaa apne piya ki main to bani re joganiya hansi udaaye chaahe saari duniya main to bani re joganiya apne piya ki main to bani re joganiya... Suman Kalyanpur :- ]Suman Kalyanur had to remain in the shadows of Lata Mangeshkar because of her uncanny similarity to Lata's voice. Many of her songs are indistinguishable from Lata's style, either because she was subconsciously imitating her style or the music directors were viewing her essentially as Lata's replacement. Yet there are several songs which bear her special imprint. There is one particular song in which she seems to have clearly overshadowed Lata. I am referring to Haal-e-dil unko sunana tha sunaya na gaya from the film Fariyad (1964). Rarely do you come across a song which seems so clearly as a rejoinder to another song. My conjecture is Lata must have been so astonished to hear Suman Kalyanpur's beautiful Haal-e-dil that she would have been dying to outdo this song. Thus you have Lata's own Haal-e-dil written by another top lyricist Rajendra Krishna, and composed by the King of Ghazal, her own Madan Bhaiya. Yet you feel Lata is trying too hard, and it is Suman Kalyanpur's song that lingers in your memory. This song was no flash in the pan. Leaving aside her Lata-type songs, there are several others which have similar beauty and her distinct style that leave a lasting imprint. Here is a list of some of Suman Kalyanpur's all time great solos: Suman Kalyanpur earned more fame for her duets, especially with Rafi, many of which became roaring hits such as, Na na karte pyar tumhi se kar baithe (Jab Jab Phool Khile, 1965, Kalyanji Anandji), Kya kahne masha allah nazar teer aapki (Ji Chahta hai, 1964, Kalyanji Anandji), Itna hai tumse pyar mujhe (Suraj, 1966, Shankar Jaikishan), Aaj kal tere mere pyaar ke charche har zaban par (Brahmchari, 1968, Shankar Jaikishan), Tumse O hassena kabhi mohabbat (Farz, 1967, Laxmikant Pyarelal), Tujhe dekha tujhe chaha tujhe pooja maine (Chhoti Si Mulaquat, 1967, Shankar Jaikishan), Tumne pukara aur hum chale aye (Rajkumar, 1964, Shankar Jaikishan) etc. One can uncharitably say that these songs came her way fortuitously because of some rift between Rafi and Lata during that period. But even if you take out all the songs which may sound Lata-ish, you still have a large number of duets in which she adds something distinct, beautiful and everlasting. While many of her duets with Rafi are breezy in SJ or LP style, there are several others which are extremely soulful and melodious. Her duets with Mukesh are of rare beauty. Suman Kalyanpur had a special niche in folk based songs she sang with other female singers. Her songs with female singers occupy a special place in Hindi film music, and they easily rank among the best of the type It is sad that a singer with such enormous talent did not get her due; her similarity with Lata's voice became her curse. Yet her best is no inferior to any singer's best, and she is one of the great singers of the golden era.

    Kan Kan Mein Bhagwan, 1963, Suman Kalyanpur, Bharat Vyas, Shivram, Anita Guha, Mahipal, Krishna Kumari, Ratnamala, Ram Singh, Raja Nene, Babubhai Mistry, Roopkala Pictures, Mythological, mastkalandr, best of suman kalyanpur, best of bharat vyas, best of pandit shivram, pt shivram, hindi old is gold, bollywood oldies, indian songshindi oldies, bhajan, bhakti geete, bhakti geet, spiritual song, religious songs