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Bollywood News: Hasrat Jaipuri was an expert in writing the title song

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Mumbai | Bollywood lyricist Hasrat Jaipur wrote a variety of songs during his cine career, but he was adept at writing songs on film titles. Writing title songs was considered a big thing in the golden age of Hindi films. Whenever the producers needed a title song, Hasrat Jaipuri was requested to write the lyrics. The title songs he wrote played a key role in the success of many films.

Some of the title songs written by Hasrat Jaipuri are Diwana Muzko Log Kahen (Deewana), Dil Ek Mandir Hai (Dil Ek Mandir Hai), Raat Aur Din Diya Jale (Night and Day), Tere Ghar Ke Samne Ek Aur Banaunga (Opposite. Your Home)) , One Evening in Paris (One Evening in Paris), Anonymous Hai Koi Badnam Hai Koi (Unknown), Do Jasus Kare Phil (Two Spies) etc.

Born on April 15, 1918, Hasrat Jaipuri’s original name was Iqbal Hussain. After receiving his early education in Jaipur, he learned Urdu and Persian from his grandfather Fida Hussain. By the time he was twenty, his inclination was towards poetry and he started writing short poems. In the year 1940, in search of a job, Hasrat Jaipuri went to Mumbai and started working there as a bus conductor to earn a living. .

He was paid only 11 rupees per month for this work. In the meantime, he started participating in Mushaira’s program. At the same time, Prithviraj Kapoor was impressed to hear his song in a program and advised his son Raj Kapoor to meet Hasrat Jaipuri. In those days Raj Kapoor was looking for a lyricist for his film Barsaat. He sent an invitation to meet Hasrat Jaipuri. Hasrat Jaipuri first met Raj Kapoor at the Royal Opera House and asked him to write a song for his film Barsaat.

It is just a coincidence that composer Shankar Jaikish also started his cine career with the film Barsaat. The words of Sur were like this, Ambua ka pad hai wahi munder hai, Aaja mere balma kahe ki haran hai. Listening to this tune of Shankar Jaikishan, Hasrat Jaipuri wrote the song, Jiya Bekarar Hai Chai Bahar Hai, Aaja Mere Balma Tera Tete Hai.

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