Binaca Geet Mala 1973: greatest hits

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The 73 most popular/ significant Hindi-Urdu songs of 1973

These include songs released in the previous year

Was Yaari really No. 1?

According to Binaca Geet Mala the song Yari hai imaan mera yaar meri zindagi from the film Zanjeer was the most popular song of 1973. Ham tum ik kamre mein from Bobby followed at no.2.

Binaca Geet Mala was a highly respected institution and Yari a warm, loveable song about friendship, but with not much of a tune (try humming it without words).

Ham tum, on the other hand, had an easy melody with what in those days was considered a naughty twist in the lyrics and ‘picturisation’ (a teenaged couple locked together in a room). The general impression was that it was not slightly but infinitely more popular than Yari. (The word ‘picturisation’ is not merely bad but terrible English. The correct word in most contexts is ‘filming’ and in this context ‘concept.’)

Therefore, Indpaedia consulted that ultimate lie-detector: the number of views on YouTube.

Of the various postings of Yari on YouTube, Akram Ramay’s is the most popular. It was viewed 2,38,187 times till 24 May 2015. All uploadings of this song on YouTube put together do not seem to add up to much more. Filmi Gaane’s uploading of Hum tum had been viewed 5,04,435 times till the same date.

And Filmi Gaane’s was only the 2nd-most-viewed posting of Hum tum on YouTube.

Shemaroo’s posting of Hum tum had been viewed 25,83,161 times. Thiry lakh vs. 2.3 lakh. The Bobby song had been viewed 12.9 times more often than the Zanjeer song.

Binaca Geet Mala has been the only credible hit parade in the history of India’s Hindi-Urdu popular music, but such a wide 1,290% gap does call into question its methods of shrota sanghoñ ki rayé or whatever.

Racism at no.14

Jayshree plays a pretty Naga called, ha, ha, Jao, in the racist Ye Gulistan Hamara.
Ao teenagers have won the Miss Nagaland contest more often than any other Naga community since 2012. Esther Jamir, an Ao, is a model on the national circuit.

The film Ye Gulistan Hamara was about ‘the Naga issue.’ It had a song sung by Danny Denzongpa (his native Sikkim was an independent country then), which was filmed on a clown (Johnny Walker, who plays a drunken Ao in the song and keeps stumbling as he chases actress Jayshree). (Contrary to what was said on vol.37 of GCM, the song was not filmed on Danny.)

Now, what kind of a name is Ao? According to Mr Amin Sayani it is a ‘Nepal kay aas paas kay kirdaar ka naam’ (the name of a character who lived near or around Nepal.)

Wow!

Do these Bombay Bimbos (Mumbai was Bombay in 1972)—not just Mr Sayani but all those involved in the making of this offensive song, director Atma Ram and lyricist Anand Bakshi downwards—realise how much hurt their racism causes other communities—the Aos in this case.

As for ‘Nepal kay aas paas’ is concerned, Indpaedia measured the shortest aerial distance between Nepal’s easternmost town, Birtamode, and Mokokchung in the Indian state of Nagaland, which is the Aos’ headquarter. The distance is 884km. Would you say that Hyderabad/ Udaipur/ Bhopal/ Chittorgarh are ‘Mumbai kay aas paas,’ though they are only 707km/ 756km/ 775km/ 864km from Mumbai.

The question is NOT of poor geography but of being ignorant of and excluding fellow Indians, of making the Aos, the Nagas, the North Easterners feel unknown and thus unwanted in India.

Why is a part of India, why are an Indian people, being defined in terms of another country? Would these Bombay Bimbos dare define Jammu, Amritsar or Jaisalmer as ‘Pakistan kay aas paas sheher,’ though these are the three Indian towns closest to the border?

Why just border towns? Mumbai is less than 700km. from Pakistan’s Keti Bunder South Wildlife Sanctuary by air. Would Mr Sayani dare define Mumbai as a place that is ‘Pakistan kay aas-paas’?

We repeat: Mumbai is MUCH closer to Pakistan than Mokokchung is to Nepal.

The problem began not with vol.37 of GCM but in 1972 itself when the Aos, the Nagas, the North Easterners in general and secular Indians everywhere were all offended by this tasteless pun on the name of the Ao tribe. (This was apart from the Gurkha-style slurring of paas into paash. Rural Gurkhas might not be able to say ‘s’ but all Aos and educated Gurkhas can). And Mr. Ao, played by Johnny Walker, is seen as a stupid and unattractive character, a bumbling alcoholic to boot.

Northeastern Indians, especially the Aos, were so hurt that the makers of Ye Gulistan Hamara had to re-do the offensive song. The revised opening words were ‘Merey paash-i aao.’

Like a good Mindless Mumbai Millionaire Mr Sayani chose (inadvertently, we hope, because we love him, though we love the north-east far more) to use the offensive version 40 years later, in 2012, and aggravated it by defining the Aos in terms of a foreign country.

Tamil at no. 15

Dimple Kapadia showing kya hota (what would happen) agar aisa ho (if they were locked together in a hut). From Bobby (1973)
The Fisheries Deptt. hut in Pahalgam in which this song is said to have been filmed has since been unofficially called the Bobby Hut.

Mutthu kodi kavaadi harhaa is Tamil for ‘dive into the ocean to find the pearl.’

Nothing offensive in the lyrics, but once again it was the film’s clown and his equally clownish inamorata (played by Rama Prabha, a famous Telugu comedienne) who got to sing in the ‘other’ language.

Inside stories

Mr Amin Sayani informs us: The song Chaen se hum ko kabhi from the film Pran Jaye Par Vachan Na Jaye was removed from film, because, according to rumours, there was tension between composer OP Nayyar and singer Asha Bhosle. However, the song was left alone on the LP (long playing record).

The ‘next rung’

The Geetmala ki Chhaon Mein CDs list 22 songs that were ‘in the shade’ (chhaoñ songs) this year. Prof Bhargava has compiled a list of 11 runners-up. The two lists have one song in common (and that is a song that was played in passing on disc 37 of GC but has not been listed on the jacket as a chhaoñ song). Thus, between the two, there are 32 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 1973

 

Song

Film

Music Director

Lyricist

Singer(s)

1

Yari hai imaan mera yaar meri zindagi

Zanjeer

Kalyanji Anandji

Gulshan Bawra

Manna Dey

2

Baahar se koi andar na aa sake [ham tum ik kamre mein] 

Bobby

Laxmikant Pyarelal

Anand Bakshi

Lata Mangeshkar, Shailender Singh

3

Do béchare bina sahare 

Victoria No. 203

Kalyanji Anandji

Varma Malik

Kishore Kumar, Mahendra Kapoor

4

Meri bheegi bheegi si palkon pe (Raag Kîrwãni/ Taal Keherwã)

Anamika

R D Burman

Majrooh Sultanpuri

Kishore Kumar

5

Samjhauta ghamon se kar lo

Samjhauta

Kalyanji Anandji

Indeevar

Kishore Kumar/ Lata Mangeshkar

6

Tere nainon ke main deep jalaunga 

Anuraag

Sachin Dev Burman

Anand Bakshi

Lata Mangeshkar, Mohammed Rafi

7

Ab chahé maañ rootthe yaañ baba 

Daag

Laxmikant Pyarelal

Sahir Ludhianvi

Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar

8

Yaree ho gayee yar say lak tunu tunu 

Do Chor

R D Burman

Majrooh Sultanpuri

Lata Mangeshkar

9

Dheere se jana khatiyan mein  

Chhupa Rustam

Sachin Dev Burman

Neeraj

Kishore Kumar

10

Jab andhera hota hai, aadhi raat ke baad 

Raja Rani

‘R D Burman’ (‘Age of Aquarius’/ Hair)  

Anand Bakshi

Asha Bhosle, Bhupinder Singh

11

Hawa ke saath saath, ghata ke sang sang, o saathi chal 

Seeta Aur Geeta

R D Burman

Anand Bakshi

Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle

12

A B C D chhodo naina se naina jodo 

Raja Jani

Laxmikant Pyarelal

Anand Bakshi

Lata Mangeshkar

13

O mere dil ke chaen, chaen aaye mere dil ko dua keejiye 

Mere Jeevan Saathi

R D Burman

Majrooh Sultanpuri

Kishore Kumar

14

‘Mera nâm-i Ao, merey pâsh-i aao.’ ‘Ho! Tera naam Ao to mera naam Jao’

Ye Gulistan Hamara

Sachin Dev Burman  

Anand Bakshi

Danny Denzongpa, Lata Mangeshkar

15

Mutthu kodi kavaadi harhaa  (Aiyo ray, aiyo, aiyo, pyar mein jo na karna châha voh bhi) 

Do Phool

R D Burman

Majrooh Sultanpuri

Asha Bhosle, Mehmood

16

Tere mere milan ki yeh raina 

Abhimaan

Sachin Dev Burman

Majrooh Sultanpuri

Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar

17

Dheere dheere bol koyi sun na le 

Gora Aur Kala

Laxmikant Pyarelal

Anand Bakshi

Lata Mangeshkar, Mukesh

18

Gir gaya jhumka. Girné do

Jugnu

Sachin Dev Burman

Anand Bakshi

Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar

19

Kaali palak teri gori khulne lagee [ik chorni]

Do Chor

R D Burman

Majrooh Sultanpuri

Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar

20

Meré dil mein aaj kya hai

Daag

Laxmikant-Pyarelal 

Sahir Ludhianvi 

Kishore Kumar

21

Main ek chor tu meri rani 

Raja Rani

R D Burman

Anand Bakshi

Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar

22

Sansar ki har sheh ka itna hi fasaana hai  (Raag Bhûpãli/ Taal Keherwã)

Dhund

Ravi

Sahir Ludhianvi

Mahendra Kapoor

23

Meet na mila re man ka koi to milan ka karo re upayé 

Abhimaan

Sachin Dev Burman

Majrooh Sultanpuri

Kishore Kumar

24

Chal chaleiñ ai dil, kareiñ chal kar kisi ka intezaar

Jheel Ke Us Paar

Rahul Dev Burman

Anand Bakshi

Lata Mangeshkar

25

Musafir hoon yaro na ghar hai na thikana 

Parichay (1972)

R D Burman

Gulzar

Kishore Kumar

26

Tu na mili to hum jogi  ban jaeiñgey

Victoria No. 203

Kalyanji Anandji

Indeevar

Kishore Kumar

27

Gori gori gaoñ ki gori re (Raag Tilañg/ Taal Dãdrã, Hinch)

Ye Gulistan Hamara

Sachin Dev Burman

Anand Bakshi

Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar

28

Gum hai kisi ke pyar mein dil subah shaam 

Rampur Ka Lakshman

R D Burman

Majrooh Sultanpuri

Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar

29

Aaj mausam bada beiman hai 

Loafer

Laxmikant Pyarelal

Anand Bakshi

Mohammed Rafi

30

Buré bhi hum bhale bhi hum [Banarasi babu] 

Banarsi Babu

Kalyanji Anandji

Rajinder Krishan   

Kishore Kumar

31

Sun ri pavan, pavan purvaiyya, main hun akeli albeli (Raag Bhairavi/ Taal Hinch)

Anuraag (1972)

Sachin Dev Burman

Anand Bakshi

Lata Mangeshkar

32

Jhooth bole kauva kaatey 

Bobby

Laxmikant Pyarelal

Vitthalbhai Patel

Shailender Singh, Lata Mangeshkar

33

Deewane haiñ deewane ko  na ghar chahiye

Zanjeer

Kalyanji Anandji

Gulshan Bawra

Lata Mangeshkar, Mohammed Rafi

34

Zara sa usko chhua to usne, haye, usne macha diya shor 

Shor

Laxmikant Pyarelal

Santosh Anand

Lata Mangeshkar

35

Kai sadiyoñ se, kai janmoñ se, tere pyar ko tarse mera man

Milap

Brij Bhushan

Naqsh Lyallpuri

Mukesh

36

Bahon mein chale ao 

Anamika

R D Burman

Majrooh Sultanpuri

Lata Mangeshkar

37

Thokar meiñ hai meri sara zamana 

Shehzada

R D Burman

Rajinder Krishan

Kishore Kumar

 

32 songs in the ‘next rung’

 

Song

Film

Music Director

Lyricist

Singer(s)

AB

GC

Mujhe meri biwi se bachao

Aaj Ki Taza Khabar

Shankar-Jaikishan 

Hasrat Jaipuri 

Kishore Kumar

 

GC

Piya bina piya bina bañsiyã bãjé nã

Abhimaan

Sachin Dev Burman

Majrooh Sultanpuri 

Lata Mangeshkar

 

GC

Teri bindiya re

Abhimaan

Sachin Dev Burman

Majrooh Sultanpuri 

Lata Mangeshkar, Mohammed Rafi

 

GC

Hungama ho gaya (Sab né pee hai, mujh peh ilzaan kyoñ hai?)

Anhonee

Laxmikant-Pyarelal 

Varma Malik

Asha Bhosle

AB

 

Wasta hi na jab raha tumse

Chori Chori

Shankar-Jaikishan

Gulshan Bawra

Mukesh

 

GC

Ham aur tum, tum aur ham

Daag

Laxmikant-Pyarelal 

Sahir Ludhianvi

Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar 

AB

 

Uijhan suljhe na rasta sujhe na

Dhund

Ravi

Sahir Ludhianvi

Asha Bhosle

 

GC

Sundar ho aisi tum jidhar chalo ek baar

Dil ka Raja

Rahul Dev Burman

Majrooh Sultanpuri 

Mohammed Rafi

AB

 

Rasm-é-ulfat ko nibhayeiñ (Raag Madhuvañti/ Taal Keherwã)

Dil Ki Rahen

Madan Mohan

Naqsh Lyallpuri

Lata Mangeshkar

 

GC

Pyãr kabhi kam na karnã

Ek Mutthi Aasman

Madan Mohan

Indeewar

Kishore Kumar, Vani Jairam

 

GC

Dil ka soona saaz

Ek Naari Do Roop

Ganesh

Asad Bhopali

Mohammed Rafi

 

GC

Aaj socha to ansoo bhar aaye

Hanste Zakhm

Madan Mohan

Kaifi Azmi

Lata Mangeshkar

 

GC

Hai tere saath meri wafa

Hindustan Ki Kasam

Madan Mohan

Kaifi Azmi

Lata Mangeshkar

 

GC

Har taraf ab yehi afsane hain

Hindustan Ki Kasam

Madan Mohan

Kaifi Azmi

Manna Dey

 

GC

Chanda ki kiranoñ se

Intezar

Chitragupt

Varma Malik

Kishore Kumar

 

GC

Ab kay saawan meiñ jee darey, rimjhim tan peh

Jaise ko Taisa

Rahul Dev Burman

Anand Bakshi

Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar

AB

 

Dil meiñ jo bâteiñ haiñ aaj chalo hum keh deiñ

Joshila

Rahul Dev Burman

Sahir Ludhianvi 

Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle

AB

 

Kachche dhaage kay saath jisé bâñdh liya jaye

Kachche Dhaage

Laxmikant-Pyarelal 

Anand Bakshi

Lata Mangeshkar

AB

 

Koi shehri babu, dil lehri babu

Loafer

Laxmikant-Pyarelal 

Anand Bakshi

Asha Bhosle

AB

 

Kanhaiya, Kanhaiya tujhe aana padega, vachan Geeta wala nibhana padega

Maalik

Kalyanji-Anandji

Rajinder Krishan 

Mahendra Kapoor

AB

 

Chala jata hoon

Mere Jeevan Saathi

Rahul Dev Burman

Majrooh Sultanpuri 

Kishore Kumar

 

GC

Beeti na bitai raina (Raag Bihãg)

Parichay (1972)

Rahul Dev Burman

Gulzar

Lata Mangeshkar, Bhupinder

 

GC

Sãrey kay sarey gãma (Raag Alhaiya Bilãwal/ Taal Keherwã)

Parichay

Rahul Dev Burman

Gulzar

Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle

AB

GC

Sandhya jo aaye

Phagun

Sachin Dev Burman

Majrooh Sultanpuri 

Lata Mangeshkar

 

GC

Chain se humko kabhi

Pran Jaye Par Vachan Na Jaye

O P Nayyar

S.H. Bihari

Asha Bhosle

 

GC

Johnny O Johnny, jaldi say aa ja

Raja Jani

Laxmikant-Pyarelal 

Anand Bakshi

Kishore Kumar 

AB

 

Barkha rani zara jamke barso

Sabak

Usha Khanna

Saawan Kumar

Mukesh

 

GC

Badi door se aaye hain

Samjhauta

Kalyanji-Anandji 

Indeewar

Mohd. Rafi, Mukesh

 

GC

Kyon layo saiyan paan

Saudagar

Ravindra Jain

Ravindra Jain

Asha Bhosle

 

GC

Sajna hai mujhe sajna ke liye

Saudagar

Ravindra Jain

Ravindra Jain

Asha Bhosle

 

GC

Neeñd chura kay raatoñ meiñ (Hum phir baat badal) 

Shareef Badmash

Rahul Dev Burman

Anand Bakshi

Asha Bhosle, Kishore Kumar

AB

 

Mera sab kuchh mere geet re

Zindagi Zindagi

Sachin Dev Burman

Anand Bakshi

Manna Dey

 

GC

 

Four more songs with a classical background

Song

Film

Music Director

Lyricist

Singer(s)

Ab to hai tum se har khushi apni (Mand/ Taal Keherwã)

Abhimaan

Sachin Dev Burman

Majrooh Sultanpuri 

Lata Mangeshkar

Nadiya kinaré hérãyé aayee kangna, aisé ulajh gayé anãri sajnã  (Raag Pîloo/ Taal Dãdrã)

Abhimaan

Sachin Dev Burman

Majrooh Sultanpuri 

Lata Mangeshkar

Ré ré bahãr aayi, aayi, san san pavan chalé purvãî [Lañk-pati Lañkésh ki jai]   (Raag Bahãr)

Jai Hanumaan

Narayan Dutt

Bharat Vyas

Asha Bhosle, Mahendra Kapoor

Banã ke kyuñ bigãrhã ré, bigãrhã ré nasîbã, ûpar wãlé  (Raag Shivarañjini/ Taal Keherwã)

Zanjeer

Kalyanji Anandji

Gulshan Bawra

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

Binaca Geet Mala 1960: greatest hits Binaca Geet Mala 1961: greatest hits Binaca Geet Mala 1962: greatest hits Binaca Geet Mala 1963: greatest hits Binaca Geet Mala 1964: greatest hits

Binaca Geet Mala 1965: greatest hits Binaca Geet Mala 1966: greatest hits Binaca Geet Mala 1967: greatest hits Binaca Geet Mala 1968: greatest hits Binaca Geet Mala 1969: greatest hits

Binaca Geet Mala 1970: greatest hits Binaca Geet Mala 1971: greatest hits Binaca Geet Mala 1972: greatest hits Binaca Geet Mala 1973: greatest hits Binaca Geet Mala 1974: greatest hits

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

Binaca Geet Mala 1985: annual list Cibaca Geet Mala 1986: annual list Cibaca Geet Mala 1987: annual list Cibaca Geet Mala 1988: annual list Cibaca Sangeet Mala 1989: annual list

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

Hindi-Urdu songs: 1995 Hindi-Urdu songs: 1996 Hindi-Urdu songs: 1997 Hindi-Urdu songs: 1998 Hindi-Urdu songs: 1999

Hindi-Urdu songs: 2000 Hindi-Urdu songs: 2001 Hindi-Urdu songs: 2002 Hindi-Urdu songs: 2003 Hindi-Urdu songs: 2004

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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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