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Hits of Mukesh (Devanagri and Roman)
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About Mukesh

Mukesh Chandra Mathur was born in a small middle class family in Delhi. He was interested in acting and singing right from childhood and was a great fan and admirer of Kundan Lal Saigal.

In 1940, Mukesh had recorded secretly some non filmi songs in Delhi. Then, Mukesh was bitten by the Bombay bug like crores of other young people before and after him. He arrived in Bombay with the hope of becoming a movie star. He stayed with his relative the famous actor Motilal.

His debut as a singer came in the film "Nirdosh". The songs was "Dil hi bujha hau ho to…". Then in 1944 he followed with a duet with singer Kusum for the film "Us Paar".

In 1949 came another mile-stone in his life. In the studios of the great actor Prithviraj Kapoor there were two young musicians Shanker and Jaikishan. The young Raj Kapoor asked them to provide music for his own films. Shanker-Jaikishan asked mukesh to sing for them and for ever after Films like Aawara and Shree 420 spread the voice of Mukesh all the way to Russia where in the streets of Moscow you could hear people singing "aawara hoon…", and "Mera joota hai japani…".

With Motilal's help. Mukesh got a role as an actor in the film Years later, he was to act again in Raj Kapoor's Aah in 1953. However fate had other plans for him. He was best known for his singing talent.

The partnership with Raj Kapoor started with Aag (1948) where raj's feelings of despondency and despair were vividly caught by Mukesh in Ram Ganguly's composition.

Zinda Hoon Is Tarah, and ended with R.D. Burman's Ek Din Bik jaayaga in the film Dharam Karam (1975). In its course was an endless list of hits. Among them are the evergreen songs of Awaara (1951), Shree 420 (1955), Parvarish (1958), Anadi (1959), Sangam (1964), Mera Naam Jokar (1970).

Mukesh therefore flourished right through the 1960s and mid 1970s with soulful hits like Main to Ek Khwab Hoon (Himalay Ki God Main, 1965), Jeena Yahan Marna Yahaan (Mera Naam Joker), Maine Tere Liye hi saat rang ke sanpne Chune (Anand 1970) Main Na bhoolonga (Roti, Kapda Aur Makan 1974) and of course Main Pal Do Pal ka Shayar Hoon and Kabhi Kabhi (Kabhi Kabhi (1976).

Mukesh worked with seventh music directors lyricists, co singer and was the on-screen voice for several actors-notably, Raj Kapoor and Manoj Kumar Among the other recent music directors for whom Mukesh sang a good number of his songs were Laxmikant Pyarelal, Kalyanji Anandji, Salil Choudhary, Usha Khanna, R.D. Burman, and S.D. Burman.

His last recorded song was Chanchal, Sheetal, Nirmal Komal for Satyam Shivam Sundaram,(1978). He died on 27th August 1976, of a sudden heart attack in Detroit. While on a concert tour of the U.S.

We have tried our level best to collect the popular songs sung by Mukesh for his world-wide fans. We hope fans of Mukesh definitely Praise our effort.

 

Index

 

 
[A]
 
  Apanee Ulfat Pe Jamaane 9
  Aankhiyon Kaa Noor Hai Too 11
  Apanee Nazar Se Unakee Nazar Tak 13
  Aa Jaayoo Tadapate Hain Aramaan 15
  Aaj Tumade Door Hooke Aisa Royaa 17
  Aa Ab Laut Chalen, Nayan Bichhaye 19
  Aawaaraa Hoon, Aawaaraa Hoon 21
  Aa Laut Ke Aajaa Mere Meet 23
  Aayaa Hai Mujhe Yood Wo Jaalim 25
  Aa Jaa Re Ab Mera Dil Pukaaraa 27
 
[B]
 
  Bahut Diyaa Dene Wale Ne 29
  Bahaaraon Ne Meraa Chaman 31
  Bade Aramaanaon Se Rakkhaa Hai 33
  Bas Yahee Aparaadh Main Har Baar 35
  Bahaaro, Thaam Lo Ab Dil 37
  Bhoolee Huyee Yaadaon, Mujhe 39
 
[C]
 
  Chal Ree Sajanee, Ab Kyaa Soche 41
  Chal Akelaa Chal Akelaa 43
  Chaand Aahen Bharegaa, Phool Dil 45
  Chaand Se Mehnoobaa Ho Meree 47
  Chaand Ko Kyaa Maaloom 47
  Chandan Sa Badan, Chanchal 49
  Chaandee Kee Deewaar Na Todee 51
  Chhliyaa Meraa Naam 53
  Chhodo Kal Kee Baataon 55
 
[D]
 
  Dam Dam Digaa Digaa, Mausam 57
  Dil Jalataa Hai To Jalane De 59
  Dil Lootane Waale Jaadooga 61
  Deewaanaa Mujhako Log Kahen 65
  Dost Dost Naa Rahaa, Pyaar 67
  Duniyaa BanaaneWaale Kyaa Tere 69
  Duniyaa Waalaon Se Door 71
  Dil Tadap-Tadap Ke Keh Rahaa Hai 43
  Deewaanaon Se Ye Mat Poochho 75
  Dheere Dheere Bol Loyee 77
  Dulhan Se Tumhaaraa Milan Hogaa 79
 
[G]
 
  Gaaye Jaa Geet Milan Ke 81
  Gardish Mein Ho Taare, Naa 83
 
[H]
 
  Honthon Pe Sachchaayee 85
  Ham Chhod Chale Hai Mahfil Ko 87
  Ham Aaj Kaheen Dil Kho Baithe 89
  Hamakaa Ayesaa Vayesaa Na Samajho 91
 
[I]
 
  Ik Pyaar Kaa Bagamaa Hai Maujaon 93
  Ibtidaay-Ishaq Mein Ham Saaree 95
  Ik Raat Mein Do-Do Chaand Khile 99
  Ik Din Bik Jaayegaa Maatee Ke 101
 
[J]
 
  Jeena Yahaan Maranaa Yahaan 103
  Jyoti Se Jyoti Jalaate Chalo 105
  Jis Galee Mein Teraa Ghar 107
  Jo Pyaar Toone Mujhako 109
  Jaane Kahaan Gaye Wo Din 111
  Jab Game-Ishaq Sataataa Hai 111
  Jubaan Pe Dard Bharee Daastaan 113
  Jo Tumako Ho Pasand 113
 
[K]
 
  Kabhee Dil, Dil Se Takraataa 115
  Koyee Jab Tumhaaraa Hirday 117
  Kayee Sadiyaon Se Dayee 119
  Kabhee-Kabhee Mere 121
  Kaahe Nayanaon Mein 123
  Kaheen Door Jab Din Dhal Jaaye 125
  Kisee Raah Mein, Kesee Mod Par 127
  Khush Raho, Har Khushee 129
 
[L]
 
  Le chal, le chal mere jivan saathee 131
  Laakhan tare, Aasmaan mein 133
 
[M]
 
  Mujhe tumse kuchh bhee na chaahie 135
  Maanjhee naiyaa dhoondhe, kinaaraa 137
  Main to Ik khvaab hoon 139
  Main dhoodhataa hoon jinako 141
  Mahboob mere, mahboob mere 143
  Matvaalee naar, tumak-2 chalee jaae 145
  Mujhe mi gaee hai muhabbat kee manjil 147
  Main pal do pal kaa shaayaar hoon 149
  Mere toote hue dil se 151
  Mubaarak ho sabko samaan ye duhaanaa 153
  Mujhe raat-din ye khyaal hai 155
  Main bhanvaraa too hai phool ye dil mat 157
  Main raahee bhatakane vaalaa hoon 159
 
[N]
 
  Nee baliye, rut hai bahaar kee 161
  Main tumhaare majedaar 163
  Nain kaa chain churaa ke le gaee 165
  Nainaa hai jaadoo bhre 167
 
[O]
 
  O jaane vale, ho sake to 169
  O mere sanam 171
 
[P]
 
  Patalee kamar hai, tirachhee najar hai 173
  Preet lagaa ke maine ye phal paayaa 175
  Paanee re paanee teraa rang kaisaa 177
 
[R]
 
  Ram kare aisaa ho jaae 179
  Raat aur din, diyaa jale 181
  Raahen naie-naie, raastaa nataa-nayaa 183
 
[S]
 
  Sab kuchh seekhaa hamane 185
  Sajanvaa baire ho gae hamaar 187
  Sajan re jhooth mat boloo 189
  Sansaar hai ek nadiyaa 191
  Sadaa khush rahe too, japhaa karane vaale 193
 
[T]
 
  Taubaa ye matvaalee chaal 195
  Teree shokh najar kaa Isharaa 197
  Tumane kisee se kabhee pyaar kiyaa hai 199
  tere naaj uthaane ko jee chaahataa hai 201
  Tumse hee meree jindagee 203
  Tere pyaar ko Is tarah se bhulaanaa 205
  teraa mujhse hai pahale kaa naataa koee 207
  Too mahal mein rahne vaalee 209
  Tere vishaal hriday ne paaee 211
  Teree nigaahon pe mar-mar gae ham 213
 
[V]
 
  Vakta kartaa jo vaphaa 215
  Vaphaa jisanse kee, bevaphaa ho gae 217
 
[Y]
 
  Yaad aaee aadhee raat ko 219
  Ye kyaa kiyaa re duniyaa vaale 221
  Ye dil hai muhabbat kaa pyaasaa 223
  Ye vaadaa karo chaand ke saamane 224

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About Mukesh

Mukesh Chandra Mathur was born in a small middle class family in Delhi. He was interested in acting and singing right from childhood and was a great fan and admirer of Kundan Lal Saigal.

In 1940, Mukesh had recorded secretly some non filmi songs in Delhi. Then, Mukesh was bitten by the Bombay bug like crores of other young people before and after him. He arrived in Bombay with the hope of becoming a movie star. He stayed with his relative the famous actor Motilal.

His debut as a singer came in the film "Nirdosh". The songs was "Dil hi bujha hau ho to…". Then in 1944 he followed with a duet with singer Kusum for the film "Us Paar".

In 1949 came another mile-stone in his life. In the studios of the great actor Prithviraj Kapoor there were two young musicians Shanker and Jaikishan. The young Raj Kapoor asked them to provide music for his own films. Shanker-Jaikishan asked mukesh to sing for them and for ever after Films like Aawara and Shree 420 spread the voice of Mukesh all the way to Russia where in the streets of Moscow you could hear people singing "aawara hoon…", and "Mera joota hai japani…".

With Motilal's help. Mukesh got a role as an actor in the film Years later, he was to act again in Raj Kapoor's Aah in 1953. However fate had other plans for him. He was best known for his singing talent.

The partnership with Raj Kapoor started with Aag (1948) where raj's feelings of despondency and despair were vividly caught by Mukesh in Ram Ganguly's composition.

Zinda Hoon Is Tarah, and ended with R.D. Burman's Ek Din Bik jaayaga in the film Dharam Karam (1975). In its course was an endless list of hits. Among them are the evergreen songs of Awaara (1951), Shree 420 (1955), Parvarish (1958), Anadi (1959), Sangam (1964), Mera Naam Jokar (1970).

Mukesh therefore flourished right through the 1960s and mid 1970s with soulful hits like Main to Ek Khwab Hoon (Himalay Ki God Main, 1965), Jeena Yahan Marna Yahaan (Mera Naam Joker), Maine Tere Liye hi saat rang ke sanpne Chune (Anand 1970) Main Na bhoolonga (Roti, Kapda Aur Makan 1974) and of course Main Pal Do Pal ka Shayar Hoon and Kabhi Kabhi (Kabhi Kabhi (1976).

Mukesh worked with seventh music directors lyricists, co singer and was the on-screen voice for several actors-notably, Raj Kapoor and Manoj Kumar Among the other recent music directors for whom Mukesh sang a good number of his songs were Laxmikant Pyarelal, Kalyanji Anandji, Salil Choudhary, Usha Khanna, R.D. Burman, and S.D. Burman.

His last recorded song was Chanchal, Sheetal, Nirmal Komal for Satyam Shivam Sundaram,(1978). He died on 27th August 1976, of a sudden heart attack in Detroit. While on a concert tour of the U.S.

We have tried our level best to collect the popular songs sung by Mukesh for his world-wide fans. We hope fans of Mukesh definitely Praise our effort.

 

Index

 

 
[A]
 
  Apanee Ulfat Pe Jamaane 9
  Aankhiyon Kaa Noor Hai Too 11
  Apanee Nazar Se Unakee Nazar Tak 13
  Aa Jaayoo Tadapate Hain Aramaan 15
  Aaj Tumade Door Hooke Aisa Royaa 17
  Aa Ab Laut Chalen, Nayan Bichhaye 19
  Aawaaraa Hoon, Aawaaraa Hoon 21
  Aa Laut Ke Aajaa Mere Meet 23
  Aayaa Hai Mujhe Yood Wo Jaalim 25
  Aa Jaa Re Ab Mera Dil Pukaaraa 27
 
[B]
 
  Bahut Diyaa Dene Wale Ne 29
  Bahaaraon Ne Meraa Chaman 31
  Bade Aramaanaon Se Rakkhaa Hai 33
  Bas Yahee Aparaadh Main Har Baar 35
  Bahaaro, Thaam Lo Ab Dil 37
  Bhoolee Huyee Yaadaon, Mujhe 39
 
[C]
 
  Chal Ree Sajanee, Ab Kyaa Soche 41
  Chal Akelaa Chal Akelaa 43
  Chaand Aahen Bharegaa, Phool Dil 45
  Chaand Se Mehnoobaa Ho Meree 47
  Chaand Ko Kyaa Maaloom 47
  Chandan Sa Badan, Chanchal 49
  Chaandee Kee Deewaar Na Todee 51
  Chhliyaa Meraa Naam 53
  Chhodo Kal Kee Baataon 55
 
[D]
 
  Dam Dam Digaa Digaa, Mausam 57
  Dil Jalataa Hai To Jalane De 59
  Dil Lootane Waale Jaadooga 61
  Deewaanaa Mujhako Log Kahen 65
  Dost Dost Naa Rahaa, Pyaar 67
  Duniyaa BanaaneWaale Kyaa Tere 69
  Duniyaa Waalaon Se Door 71
  Dil Tadap-Tadap Ke Keh Rahaa Hai 43
  Deewaanaon Se Ye Mat Poochho 75
  Dheere Dheere Bol Loyee 77
  Dulhan Se Tumhaaraa Milan Hogaa 79
 
[G]
 
  Gaaye Jaa Geet Milan Ke 81
  Gardish Mein Ho Taare, Naa 83
 
[H]
 
  Honthon Pe Sachchaayee 85
  Ham Chhod Chale Hai Mahfil Ko 87
  Ham Aaj Kaheen Dil Kho Baithe 89
  Hamakaa Ayesaa Vayesaa Na Samajho 91
 
[I]
 
  Ik Pyaar Kaa Bagamaa Hai Maujaon 93
  Ibtidaay-Ishaq Mein Ham Saaree 95
  Ik Raat Mein Do-Do Chaand Khile 99
  Ik Din Bik Jaayegaa Maatee Ke 101
 
[J]
 
  Jeena Yahaan Maranaa Yahaan 103
  Jyoti Se Jyoti Jalaate Chalo 105
  Jis Galee Mein Teraa Ghar 107
  Jo Pyaar Toone Mujhako 109
  Jaane Kahaan Gaye Wo Din 111
  Jab Game-Ishaq Sataataa Hai 111
  Jubaan Pe Dard Bharee Daastaan 113
  Jo Tumako Ho Pasand 113
 
[K]
 
  Kabhee Dil, Dil Se Takraataa 115
  Koyee Jab Tumhaaraa Hirday 117
  Kayee Sadiyaon Se Dayee 119
  Kabhee-Kabhee Mere 121
  Kaahe Nayanaon Mein 123
  Kaheen Door Jab Din Dhal Jaaye 125
  Kisee Raah Mein, Kesee Mod Par 127
  Khush Raho, Har Khushee 129
 
[L]
 
  Le chal, le chal mere jivan saathee 131
  Laakhan tare, Aasmaan mein 133
 
[M]
 
  Mujhe tumse kuchh bhee na chaahie 135
  Maanjhee naiyaa dhoondhe, kinaaraa 137
  Main to Ik khvaab hoon 139
  Main dhoodhataa hoon jinako 141
  Mahboob mere, mahboob mere 143
  Matvaalee naar, tumak-2 chalee jaae 145
  Mujhe mi gaee hai muhabbat kee manjil 147
  Main pal do pal kaa shaayaar hoon 149
  Mere toote hue dil se 151
  Mubaarak ho sabko samaan ye duhaanaa 153
  Mujhe raat-din ye khyaal hai 155
  Main bhanvaraa too hai phool ye dil mat 157
  Main raahee bhatakane vaalaa hoon 159
 
[N]
 
  Nee baliye, rut hai bahaar kee 161
  Main tumhaare majedaar 163
  Nain kaa chain churaa ke le gaee 165
  Nainaa hai jaadoo bhre 167
 
[O]
 
  O jaane vale, ho sake to 169
  O mere sanam 171
 
[P]
 
  Patalee kamar hai, tirachhee najar hai 173
  Preet lagaa ke maine ye phal paayaa 175
  Paanee re paanee teraa rang kaisaa 177
 
[R]
 
  Ram kare aisaa ho jaae 179
  Raat aur din, diyaa jale 181
  Raahen naie-naie, raastaa nataa-nayaa 183
 
[S]
 
  Sab kuchh seekhaa hamane 185
  Sajanvaa baire ho gae hamaar 187
  Sajan re jhooth mat boloo 189
  Sansaar hai ek nadiyaa 191
  Sadaa khush rahe too, japhaa karane vaale 193
 
[T]
 
  Taubaa ye matvaalee chaal 195
  Teree shokh najar kaa Isharaa 197
  Tumane kisee se kabhee pyaar kiyaa hai 199
  tere naaj uthaane ko jee chaahataa hai 201
  Tumse hee meree jindagee 203
  Tere pyaar ko Is tarah se bhulaanaa 205
  teraa mujhse hai pahale kaa naataa koee 207
  Too mahal mein rahne vaalee 209
  Tere vishaal hriday ne paaee 211
  Teree nigaahon pe mar-mar gae ham 213
 
[V]
 
  Vakta kartaa jo vaphaa 215
  Vaphaa jisanse kee, bevaphaa ho gae 217
 
[Y]
 
  Yaad aaee aadhee raat ko 219
  Ye kyaa kiyaa re duniyaa vaale 221
  Ye dil hai muhabbat kaa pyaasaa 223
  Ye vaadaa karo chaand ke saamane 224

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