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Most people in India would recognize the jingle
Meri jaan, meri jaan, murgi ke anday!
Omlet khilaoon, fried khilaoon, boiled khilaoon!
Khilaoon murgi ke, murgi ke, ande hi ande!
Sunday ho ya Monday, roj khaayein ande
The jingle in fact finds origin in a song called 'Ana meri jan meri jan, Sunday ke Sunday' from year 1947 film Shehnai. Music was by C. Ramchandra.
Check it out the fun - ( The video actually comes from Karachi! ):
Tujhe Brandy pilau, Whiskey pilau, aur Khilau
Khilau Murgi ke, Murgi ke Anday. Anday.
Ana meri jan meri jan, Sunday ke Sunday
Apparently, master composer of the era Anil Biswas wasn't too happy with his friend (and junior) C. Ramchandra for composing this snazzy song for the sheer pleasure of masses.
Quoting from 'Hindi Film Song: Music Beyond Boundaries By Ashok Da. Ranade', here's what happened:
C. Ramachandra introduced Benny Goodman-style jazz-clarinet phrasinf, combining it with Indian melody in film Shahnai ('Ana meri jan meri jan, Sunday ke Sunday') thereby 'flooding' listeners' ears! Anil Biswas reportedly rang p C. Ramachandra to reproach him and asked him,'What do you think you are doing and why?" C. Ramchandra's coolly cryptic answer was, "I am doing what I am doing because I want my songs to sound as my songs and not like Anil Biswas's!" Anil Biswas could only say, "Please go right ahead" and put down the receiver, and sigh deeply!The song must have set of a tread of sorts. Check out this fun song from year 1952 film Humlog (1951). Bogi Bogi Bogi Yo Yo Yo, Kahaan Chali. Music Roshan Lal. I love the way this fun song has been shot. Pure delight. Great Boogy.
Last year, at PFC I joined in a little online quest for the first Hinglish song and came across many fine specimen. Songs like 'peris ke namoonewaala yeh bathroom niraala' from Gentleman Daku ( IMDB date 1937) and 'paradise paradise paris haan paris' from Hindustan (IMDB date: 1932). And “Favourite Main Ghoda” from a film called “Miss Frontier Mail” (1936) starring Fearless Nadia. You can check it out here at PFC