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Song : O Jane wale balamwa laut ke aa laut ke aa..
Movie : Ratan(1944),
Singers: Ameer Bai Karnataki,Shyam kumar,
Lyricist : D.N.Madhok,
Music Director : Naushad,
Cast : Swarna Lata,,Karan Deewan,basant Kumar,Wasti,Manju,Mumtaz Ai, Gulab.Badri Prashad,Ameer Banu,Chaand Bai ,Azoori,Govind,Rajkumari Shukla
Director: M Sadiq
The film Rattan became off-beat for the beautiful songs composed by Naushad Ali.
Rattan (Hindi: रतन), released in 1944 was a landmark movie in more than one way. It brought in a new phase of film music where rhythmic beats of Indian folk percussion instruments like Dholak were introduced for the first time. Rattan also catapulted music director Naushad to dizzy heights of fame. In my earlier post on Rattan (1944)

Lyrics : -

A.b.: o jaane waale baalamawa
laut ke aa lau ke aa

S.k.: jaa main naa tera baalamawa
bewafa bewafa

A.b.: aa
o jaane waale baalamawa
laut ke aa laut ke aa

S.k.: jaa main naa tera baalamawa
bewafa bewafa

A.b.: tere bin mera jiya
laage na kahin bhi piya
haaye laage naa
yaad nahin chhode teri
duniyaa andheri meri
ab jaaoon kahaan
( o dil ko le karataa hai dard jiyaa
laut ke aa laut ke aa ) -2

o jaane waale baalamawa
laut ke aa laut ke aa

S.k.: jaa main naa tera baalamawa
bewafa bewafa

S.k.: ghadi-ghadi panaghat pe aana
jhooth-mooth ki preet jataana
mujhe yaad hai
phir aur kisi se aankh milaana
mujh se aankh mila kar jaana
mujhe yaad hai
( jhoothon se kaahe bolun jaa ri ja
bewafa bewafa ) -2

A.b.: aa
o jaane waale baalamawa
laut ke aa laut ke aa

S.k: jaa main na tera baalamawa
bewafa bewafa
Amirbai Karnataki

Amirbai Karnataki (1906 -- March 3, 1965) was a famous actress/singer and playback singer of the early Hindi cinema and was famous as Kannada Kokila. Mahatma Gandhi was an ardent fan of her song Vaishnav Jan To.

Amirbai Karnataki was born in Bilgi village, District of Bijapur in Karnataka into a middle class family. Of all of her five sisters, Amirbai and her elder sister, Gauharbai, earned fame and fortune. Amirbai completed her matriculation and went to Bombay at the age of fifteen.

A representative from HMV was so impressed by her singing talent that he made her sing a Qawwali, which became very popular. Her elder sister, Gauherbai, was an actress and helped Amirbai get a role in the film Vishnu Bhakti in 1934.

Initially, Amirbai sang songs in films, but they failed to attain the success she desired. In 1943, with the release of Bombay Talkies' Kismet (1943 film) (1943), she achieved popularity: the songs of Kismet became a rage and Amirbai became famous. The man behind the success was the composer Anil Biswas. She was initially known as a singing star, but at the decline of her career she became a playback singer. She reached her peak by 1947.

At this time Lata Mangeshkar became a rising star, so once again Amirbai switched over to acting. In her later years she mostly played character roles. Amirbai also composed music for Wahab Pictures' Shehnaaz (1948). In the same year she almost left Hindi Cinema forGujarati and Marwari films.
Born Bijapur, India
Died March 3, 1965
Genres Playback singing
Occupations Singer
Instruments Vocalist
Years active 1935--1961

She was married Badri Kaanchwala, the editor of Paras.

She had a paralytic attack in 1965, died just four days later and was buried in her hometown. A cinema still runs in the name of 'Amir Talkies' in the city of Bijapur by her..

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