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Main pyaar kaa deewaanaa

Posted on: April 3, 2010


“Aayi Milan Ki Bela” (1964) is a movie that to my mind was carried on the back of its lilting music. I do not think that people would have gone to watch this movie for Rajendra Kumar’s histrionics, if the movie did not have its awesome music.

Here is one of the evergreen songs from this movie. The song is sung by Rafi with hisc customary gusto. Hasrat Jaipuri is the lyricist and Shankar Jaikishan composed the music.

This song is a good example of a joie de vivre genre of song from 1960s.

Song-Main pyaar ka deewaanaa (Aayi Milan Ki Bela) (1964) Singer- Rafi, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics

aaa haa haa
haaa haaa haaa haa haa haaa haaa
aaa haa haa haa haa haaa

main pyaar kaa deewaanaa
sabse mujhe ulfat hai
har phool meraa dil hai
aur dil mein muhabbat hai
main pyaar kaa deewaanaa
sabse mujhe ulfat hai
har phool meraa dil hai
aur dil mein muhabbat hai
main pyaar kaa deewaanaa

ghabraa ke khizaan gujri
aur daur nayaa aayaa
insaan ke jeewan mein
ik rang nayaa laayaa
seene mein nayi halchal
seene mein nayi halchal
chehre pe bhi rangat hai
main pyaar kaa deewaanaa
sabse mujhe ulfat hai
har phool meraa dil hai
aur dil mein muhabbat hai
main pyaar kaa deewaanaa

aa haa haa
laa laa laa laa laa laa laa
aa haa haa haa
suntaa hoon main laharon se
sangeet bahaaron ke
dam lene ko ruktaa hoon
saaye mein chanaaron ke
kaante hon ke angaare
kaante hon ke angaare
chalnaa meri aadat hai
main pyaar kaa deewaanaa
sabse mujhe ulfat hai
har phool meraa dil hai
aur dil mein muhabbat hai
main pyaar kaa deewaanaa

tu kyaa hai mujhe ek din
mil jaaye to main jaanoon
aur phool mere dil kaa
khil jaaye to main maanoon
jalwon kaa pujaari hoon
jalwon kaa pujaari hoon
deedaar ki hasrat hai
main pyaar kaa deewaanaa
sabse mujhe ulfat hai
har phool meraa dil hai
aur dil mein muhabbat hai
main pyaar kaa deewaanaa
sabse mujhe ulfat hai
har phool meraa dil hai
aur dil mein muhabbat hai
main pyaar kaa deewaanaa

haa haa haa
aa haa haa haa haaa haaa
aa haa haa haa

2 Responses to "Main pyaar kaa deewaanaa"

I like the songs too but I think what was special about this movie was that it was also an early color movie (1964). I know it was Dharamendra’s first color movie and audiences got to see just how handsome he was.

It is an interesting observation. Yes, those were the days when movies were specially publicised by pointing out that it was a colour movie. Bollywood movies tended to be “Eastman colour” whereas another kind of colour was “Gaeva Colour”. “English” movies, on the other hand used to be “Metro colour”.

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