Cibaca Sangeet Mala 1989: annual list

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The 37 most popular Hindi-Urdu songs of 1989

A note about the Geet Mala

Rapidly deteriorating (short-wave) reception of Radio Ceylon compelled Ciba to look towards the infinitely clearer medium-wave All India Radio. However, AIR refused to broadcast a programme called Geetmala because that name was associated with its rival, Radio Ceylon. Cibaca had to compromise and, with effect from the 6 November 1989 broadcast, renamed the programme ‘Sangeetmala.’

For a few weeks (including a few weeks in 1990) the programme was broadcast from both Radio Ceylon and 24 stations of AIR’s popular music channel, Vividh Bharati. Then when the Geetmala gave up on Radio Ceylon altogether and shifted entirely to AIR’s Vividh Bharati, it reverted to its original name, Geetmala.

Therefore, for symbolic reasons, to show the changing and evolving life of India’s most popular radio programme (Mr Sayani claims that they had the biggest listenership in the world, which, given the huge Hindi-Urdu speaking population, is plausible), Indpaedia’s Hindi-Urdu hit song pages for 1989 and 1990 bear the title Cibaca Sangeetmala.

Cibaca Sangeetmala’s Top 24 songs of 1989

 

 

Song

Film

Music Director

Lyricist

Singer(s)

1.

Ae ji o ji lo ji suno ji...my name is Lakhan

Ram Lakhan

Laxmikant - Pyarelal

Anand Bakshi

Munna  Mohammed Aziz

2.

Saajan mera us paar hai

Gunga Jamuna Saraswati

Anu Malik

Indeevar

Lata Mangeshkar

3

Mere haathon mein nau nau choodiyan

Chandni

Shiv - Hari

Anand Bakshi

Lata Mangeshkar

3b

Kya karte thay saajna

Lal Dupatta Malmal Ka

Anand-Milind

Majrooh Sultanpuri 

Anuradha Paudwal, Udit Narayan  etc

4.

Hum tumheiñ itna pyaar kareinge

Bees Saal Baad

Laxmikant - Pyarelal

Anand Bakshi

Anuradha, Mohd. Azeez

5.

Oye oye.........tirchhi topi waale, babu bhole

Tridev

KalyanjiAnandji

Anand Bakshi

Sapna Mukherjee, Amit Kumar

6.

Keh do ki tum meri ho varna

Tezaab

Laxmikant - Pyarelal

Javed Akhtar

Anuradha, Amit Kumar

7.

Tere Lakhan ne bada dukh deena

Ram Lakhan

Laxmikant - Pyarelal

Anand Bakshi

Lata Mangeshkar

8.

So gaya ye jahan, so gaya aasman

Tezaab

Laxmikant - Pyarelal

Javed Akhtar

Alka Yagnik, Shabbir Kumar, Nitin Mukesh, etc

9.

Hawa hawa ae hawa khushboo luta de

Hawa Hawa (Non Film)

Mehboob Ashraf’ (Kourosh Yaghmaie of Iran)

???

Hasan Jahangir

10.

Mujhe tumse hain kitne gile, tum itne din

Ram Lakhan

Laxmikant - Pyarelal

Anand Bakshi

Anuradha, Manhar

11.

Rang bhare baadal se, tere naino ke kaajal

Chandni

Shiv - Hari

Anand Bakshi

Jolly Mukherjee, Sri Devi

12.

Tere hum ae sanam pyaar mein waada raha

Jeena Teri Gali Mein

Babul Bose

Ravindra Rawal

Anuradha, Kumar Sanu

13.

Jeena teri gali mein

Jeena Teri Gali Mein

Babul Bose

Ravindra Rawal

Anuradha, S. P. Balsubramaniam

14.

Sooni sooni ankhiyon mein jugnoo chamak uthe

Lal Dupatta Malmal Ka

Anand - Milind

Majrooh Sultanpuri 

Anuradha, Suresh Wadekar

15.

Jeena hai pyaar mein jeena

Love Love Love

Bappi Lahiri

Anjaan

Vijay Benedict, etc

16.

Dil deewana bin sajna ke maane na

Maine Pyaar Kiya

Ram Laxman

Asad Bhopali

Lata Mangeshkar, S. P. Balsubramaniam

17.

Baahar hai problem, ghar mein hai problem

Toofan

Anu Malik

Indeevar

Amitabh Bachhan

18

Dil tera kisne toda

Dayavan

Laxmikant – Pyarelal’

Azeez Qaisi

Mohd. Azeez

18b

Rama O Rama tu ney kaisi duniya

Rama O Rama

Rahul Dev Burman

Anand Bakshi

Amit Kumar, Jaishree Shivram

19.

Chahe meri jaan tu le le

Dayavan

Laxmikant – Pyarelal’

Azeez Qaisi

Jolly Mukherjee

20.

Padosan apni murghi ko rakhna sambhal

Jaadugar

Kalyanji - Anandji

Javed Akhtar

Amitabh Bachhan

21.

Ek ek ho jaayen phir ghar chale jaana

Gunga Jamuna Saraswati

Anu Malik

Indeevar

Kishore, Pankaj Udhas

22.

Babul ka ye ghar behna kuchh din ka

Daata

Kalyanji - Anandji

Anjaan

Alka, Kishore Kumar

 

10 ‘songs in the shade’ (chhaoñ)

(As determined by

 

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

 

Song

Film

Music Director

Lyricist

Singer(s)

Kitne saawan baras gaye (Bees Saal Baad)

Bees Saal Baad

Laxmikant-Pyarelal 

Anand Bakshi

Anuradha Paudwal

Aas niraas kay rang rangi hai

Eeshwar

Laxmikant-Pyarelal 

Anjaan

Nitin Mukesh, Kavita Krishnamurthy

Kaushalya main teri tu mera Ram

Eeshwar

Laxmikant-Pyarelal 

Anjaan

Nitin Mukesh, Kavita Krishnamurthy

Pyar kee dhun sonata hoon (Disco Bhangra)

Ganga Jamuna Saraswati

Anu Malik

Prayag Raj

Muhammad Aziz etc

Yeh paisa bolta hai

Kala Bazaar

Rajesh Roshan

Payaam Saidi

Nitin Mukesh

Jinhe chahiye daulat,  Rabba

Main Tera Dushman

Laxmikant-Pyarelal 

Indeewar

Shabbir Kumar, Anuradha Paudwal

Kisey dhoondta hai pagal saperay?

Nigahein

Laxmikant-Pyarelal 

Anand Bakshi

Anuradha Paudwal etc

Saawan kay jhoolon ne mujh ko bulaya

Nigahein

Laxmikant-Pyarelal 

Anand Bakshi

Muhammad Aziz

Tak dhina-dhin yeh na teri hai (Bom-, Bom-, Bombay hai meri)

Rakhwala

Anand-Milind

Sameer

Amit etc.

Kabhi main tumhara rasta dekhoon  (Humein aasman nay bheja)

Shesh Nag

Laxmikant-Pyarelal 

Anand Bakshi

Anuradha Paudwal, Suresh Wadkar 

Three non-film hit songs 1989

 

Song

Album 

Singer(s)

Music Director

Lyricist

1

Hawa hawa, ai hawa

Hawa Hawa

Hassan Jehangir

Mehboob Ashraf’ (Kourosh Yaghmaie of Iran)

 

2

Zara dheerey dheerey

Alisha Madonna

Alisha Chinai

Bappi Lahiri

 

3

Rootho na papa, rootho na

Alisha Madonna

‘Leon D' Souza’

Shyam Anuraagi

Alisha Chinai

One additional song with a classical background

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 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 chart

Song

Film

Music Director

Lyricist

Singer(s)

Har waqt tere husn (Raag Kédãr/ Taal Dãdrã)

Chingari

Ravi

Sahir Ludhianvi

Mahendra Kapoor 

Tere Lakhan ne barha dukh deenhã (Raag Kalyãn/ Taal Keherwã)

Ram Lakhan

No. 12 above

 

 

 

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

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

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

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