Binaca Geet Mala 1982: annual list

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The 46 most popular Hindi-Urdu songs of 1982

The lyrics (and even singing) credits of many songs in the 1982 BGM finals were a matter of dispute among various sources, especially the names of the lyricists of Prem Rog, Deedar e Yaar, Mahaan…

For 1981 some sources claimed that Namak Halal’s songs were composed by Kalyanji-Anandji! We have verified most credits with the original film. However, we welcome all further information as messages sent to our Facebook page Indpaedia.com

The top song makers of 1982

The analysis of the top music directors, singers, etc on this page is by courtesy of

Hamara Forums (Laxmikant-Pyarelal)

The top music directors

1. Laxmikant-Pyarelal - 13 songs

2. R D Burman - 10 songs

3. Bappi Lahiri, Biddu and Rajesh Roshan - 2 each

4. Kalyanji-Anandji, Naushad and Khayyam - 1 each.

Male Playback:

1. Kishore Kumar - 14 songs

2. Mohammed Rafi - 4 songs

3. R D Burman, S. P. Balsubramaniam and SureshWadkar - 3 songs each

4. Amit Kumar and Zoheb Hassan - 1 song each

Female Playback

1. Asha Bhosle - 12 songs

2. Lata Mangeshkar - 6 songs

3. Nazia Hasan, Rajeshwari and Usha Uthup - 1 song each.

Analysis by Hamara Forums

1. Laxmikant-Pyarelal and R D Burman continued their heated rivalry with the latter inching closer to the former.

2. Mohammed Rafi made his last appearance on Binaca Geetmala for a while. Two years after his death he still had 4 songs on the annual charts. His next appearance would be with Mohabbat Zinda rehti hai from Love and God in 1986. Kishore Kumar’s dominance continued unabated. Asha Bhosle was the queen bee amongst the female playback singers, and Laxmikant's daughter Rajeshwari makes a memorable debut on the charts.

3. In 1982, we witnessed the most heated competition for the top spot, with the top two songs separated by 1 point [in BGM’s calculations for the top songs]

A note about the credits

Who sang the song Yeh din to aata hai in the film Mahaan? A usually reliable book simply writes, ‘Kishore.’ The book has to be wrong because this is mainly a female song. Hindi Geet Mala credits it to Asha Bhosle, R D Burman, which is closer to the truth. Indpaedia turned to YouTube for arbitration. Shemaroo has posted the song there with the same credits as Hindi Geet Mala. i.e. Asha Bhosle, R D Burman. The voice is, indeed, not Pancham’s usual buffo basso, and is almost as smooth as Kishore Kumar’s. Apparently even Shemaroo had initially credited it to Kishore Kumar, because many of those who wrote in the ‘comments’ section demanded that Kishore’s name be replaced by RD’s. Indpaedia, therefore, concurs with Hindi Geet Mala/ Shemaroo.

The charts

Binaca Geetmala’s Top 33 songs of 1982

 

Song

Film

Music Director

Lyricist

Singer(s)

1.

Angrezi mein kehte hain

Khuddar

Rajesh Roshan

Majrooh Sultanpuri

Kishore Kumar Lata Mangeshkar

2.

Ki pag ghungroo baandhe

Namak Halal

Bappi Lahiri

Prakash Mehra, Anjaan

Kishore Kumar

3.

Ramba ho ho ho

Armaan

Bappi Lahiri

Indeewar

Usha Uthup

4.

Kitne bhi tu karle sitam

Sanam Teri Kasam

R D Burman

Gulshan Bawra

Kishore Kumar/Asha Bhosle

5.

Main hoon prem rogi

Prem Rog

Laxmikant-Pyarelal

Santosh Anand

Suresh Wadkar

6.

Bolo bolo kuchh to/ Poocho na yaar kya hua

Zamane Ko Dikhana Hai

R D Burman

Majrooh Sultanpuri

Asha Bhosle, Mohammed Rafi, Padmini Kolhapure, Rishi Kapoor

7.

Ay Raju, O daddy

Ek Hi Bhool

Laxmikant-Pyarelal

Anand Bakshi

S P Balasubramaniam, Rajeshwari

8.

Dil cheez kya hai 

Umrao Jaan

Khayyam

Shehryar

Asha Bhosle

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Pyar ka wada fifty fifty

Fifty Fifty

Laxmikant-Pyarelal

Anand Bakshi

Kishore Kumar Asha Bhosle

9.

Jaana o meri jaana

Sanam Teri Kasam

R D Burman

Gulshan Bawra

Asha Bhosle

10.

Mohabbat hai kya cheez

Prem Rog

Laxmikant-Pyarelal

Santosh Anand

Lata Mangeshkar, SureshWadkar

11.

Yeh gotedaar lehenga

Dharam Kaanta

Naushad

Majrooh Sultanpuri

Asha Bhosle, Mohammed Rafi

12.

Yeh waqt na kho jaye…Main tum mein sama jaoon

Raaste Pyaar Ke

Laxmikant-Pyarelal

Anand Bakshi

Lata Mangeshkar, S P Balasubramaniam

13.

Chhod mazaa haath mala…mujhe peene do

Fifty Fifty

Laxmikant-Pyarelal

Anand Bakshi

Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar

14.

Dil bole boom boom

Star

Biddu

Indeewar

Nazia Hassan

15.

Dil lena khel hai dildaar ka

Zamane Ko Dikhana Hai

R D Burman

Majrooh Sultanpuri

R D Burman

16.

Dukki pe dukki ho

Satte Pe Satta

R D Burman

Gulshan Bawra

Asha Bhosle, Kishore Kumar, Sapan Chakravarty, Basu Chakravarty, Bhupendra,  Rahul Dev Burman

17.

Disco 82

Khuddar

Rajesh Roshan

Majrooh Sultanpuri

Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar

18.

Khatoon ki khidmat mein

Desh Premee

Laxmikant-Pyarelal

Anand Bakshi

Kishore Kumar

19.

Yeh din to aata hai

Mahaan

R D Burman

Anjaan

Asha Bhosle, R D Burman

20.

Apne apne miyan pe

Apna Bana Lo

Laxmikant-Pyarelal

Anand Bakshi

Asha Bhosle

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Mere mehboob tujhe salaam

Baghawat

Laxmikant-Pyarelal

Anand Bakshi

Mohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle

21

Ui, ui, chori  chori batein hon/ Ek do kehne bhi do

Star

Biddu

Indeewar

Zoheb Hassan

22.

Yeh zameen gaa rahi hai

Teri Kasam

R D Burman

Anand Bakshi

Amit Kumar

23.

Pyar mein dil pe

Mahaan

R D Burman

Anjaan

Kishore Kumar Asha Bhosle

24.

Jabse tumko dekha

Kaalia

R D Burman

Majrooh Sultanpuri

Asha Bhosle, Kishore Kumar Usha Rege, Antara Chaudhary

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Sara din satãté ho

Raaste Pyaar Ke

Laxmikant-Pyarelal

Anand Bakshi

Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle

25.

Saat saheliyãñ kharhi kharhi

Vidhaata

Kalyanji-Anandji

Anand Bakshi

Shivangi Kolhapure, Alka Yagnik, Anuradha Paudwal, HemLata, Kishore Kumar, Kumari Kanchan Dinker Rao Mail, Padmini Kolhapure, Sadhana Sargam

26.

Jahaañ teri yeh nazar hai

Kaalia

R D Burman

Majrooh Sultanpuri

Kishore Kumar

27.

Mere dildaar ka baañkpan

Deedaar-e-Yaar

Laxmikant-Pyarelal

Sahir Ludhianvi 

Kishore Kumar Mohammed Rafi

28.

Meri qismat meiñ nahin shayad

Prem Rog

Laxmikant-Pyarelal

Amir Qazalbash

SureshWadkar, Lata Mangeshkar

29.

Tere jaisa yaar kahan

Yaaraana

Rajesh Roshan

Anjaan

Kishore Kumar

30.

Megha re megha re

Pyaasa Saawan

Laxmikant-Pyarelal

SantoshAnand

Lata Mangeshkar, Suresh Wadkar

 

10 ‘songs in the shade’ (chhaoñ)

(As determined by

 

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

Song

Film

Music Director

Lyricist

Singer(s)

Phir chali raat baat phoolon ki

Bazaar

Khayyam

Bashar Nawaz

Bhupendra

Jao ji jao par itna sun lo

Desh Premi

Laxmikant-Pyarelal 

Anand Bakshi

Lata Mangeshkar

Merey desh premiyo, aapas mein prem karo

Desh Premi

Laxmikant-Pyarelal 

Anand Bakshi

Mohammed Rafi

Hum tum say pyar na kartey

Ek Hi Bhool

Laxmikant-Pyarelal 

Anand Bakshi

Lata Mangeshkar, S. P. Balsubramaniam

Kaun kisi ko bâñdh saka

Kaalia

Rahul Dev Burman

Majrooh Sultanpuri 

Mohammed Rafi

Thodi si jo pee lee hai

Laawaris

Kalyanji-Anandji 

Anjaan

Kishore Kumar

Bhanwray nay khilaya phool

Prem Rog

Laxmikant-Pyarelal 

Pt. Narendra Sharma

Lata Mangeshkar, Suresh Wadkar

Akela gaya tha main, na aaya akela

Rajput

Laxmikant-Pyarelal 

Anand Bakshi

Kishore Kumar

Kahaniyan sunaati hai pawan aati jaati

Rajput

Laxmikant-Pyarelal 

Anand Bakshi

Mohammed Rafi

Tu, tu hai wahi  dil ne jise apna kaha

Yeh Vaada Raha

Rahul Dev Burman

Gulshan Bawra

Kishore Kumar Lata Mangeshkar

 

3 non-film songs

 

Song

Album 

Singer(s)

Music Director

Lyricist

01

Disco Express

Superuna

Runa Laila

Bappi Lahiri

Indeewar

02

Chal, disco chal

Chal, Disco Chal

Sharon Prabhakar

 

 

03

Abhilasha  hai yeh meri

ABBA in Hindi

Salma, Sabina

ABBA

 

 

Three additional songs with a classical background

Raags in songs

Few film songs that have a root in Indian classical music remain faithful to a raag or taal throughout their duration. Indpaedia volunteers have often mentioned raags and taals even when there is merely a hint of that raag or taal in a song. (‘Raag’ is frequently spelt ‘raga,’ while ‘taal’ is also spelt ‘tal.’)

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 frequently spelt ‘raga,’ while ‘taal’ is also spelt ‘tal.’)

Wherever a taal has been mentioned, it is the one verified by ChandraKantha.com, and sometimes the raags, too.

The classical charts

Song

Film

Music Director

Lyricist

Singer(s)

Megha re megha re (Raag Chãrukési/ Taal Keherwã)

Pyaasa Saawan (1981)

---

 

 

Dil cheez kya hai  (Raag Bihag)

Umrao Jaan

---

 

 

In ãñkhoñ ki masti ke mastãne hazaroñ haiñ    (Raag Bhûpãli/ Taal Keherwã)

Umrao Jaan (1981)

Khayyam

Shahryar

Asha Bhosle

Yeh kya jagah hai dosto  (Raag Bihãg/ Taal Keherwã)

Umrao Jaan

Khayyam  

Shahryar

Asha Bhosle

Zindagi jab bhi teri bazm mein lãt hai humeiñ (Raag Gaud Sãrañg)

Umrao Jaan

Khayyam  

Shahryar

Talat Aziz

 

See also

For lists of popular songs

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

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

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