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Haseen ho tum Khuda nahin ho

Posted on: May 15, 2010


Bollywood movies tended to have songs where the hero teases the heroine and gets away with it. Picturisation of majority of such songs left much to be desired as far as I am concerned.

The one hero who looked like he could carry off the teasing with aplomb and get away with it was Shammi Kapoor. Other eve-teasing heroes needed to study Shammi Kapoor’s eve teasing ways to achieve similar finesse, which they unfortunately never did.

In the past, I have posted a teasing song with lyrics like “Haseen ho Khuda to nahin ho” (You are pretty, but you are not a god”). In this song, Bharat Bhushan plays the eve teaser, and rather unconvincingly (in the movie ‘Mud Mud ke na dekh” (1960). Here is another song with similar initial line. This song is “Haseen ho tum Khuda nahin ho” (You are beautiful. You are no God”.)

The lines are similar, but the difference in picturisation is striking. This song is picturised on the one and only Shammi Kapoor. This song shows how eve teasing is to be done with grace. ;) The picturisation finds Sadhana repulsing the advances of Shammi Kapoor, but then she finds herself in a position where she needs to take favours from him as her car conks off. These big imported American cars of 1950s picked inopportune moments like this to let the Indian heroines down when they would be in the process of asserting themselves against the bullying hero.

Our hero Shammi Kapoor makes the most of this opportunity of course.

Here is this lovely song from “Badtameez” (1966) which is sung by Rafi and it is picturised on Shammi Kapoor and Sadhana.Shailendra is the lyricist and Shankar Jaikishan composed the music.


Song-Haseen ho tum Khuda nahin ho (Badtameez) (1966) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Shailendra, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics

haseen ho tum Khudaa nahin ho
tumhaaraa sizdaa nahin karenge
magar mohabbat mein huqm doge
to hanste-hanste ye jaan bhi denge
haseen ho tum Khudaa nahin ho
tumhaaraa sizdaa nahin karenge
magar mohabbat mein huqm doge
to hanste-hanste ye jaan bhi denge
haseen ho tum Khudaa nahin ho

samajhte ho khud ko jaane kyaa tum
ke saari duniyaa ko khaaq jaanaa
samajhte ho khud ko jaane kyaa tum
ke saari duniyaa ko khaaq jaanaa
guroor kaa sar jhukegaa ek din
hansegaa tum par bhi ye zamaanaa
hameshaa ye din nahin rahengaa
hameshaa ye din nahin rahenge
haseen ho tum Khudaa nahin ho

hamaari nazron kaa shukr keejai ke aasmaan par tumhen bithaayaa
hamaari nazron kaa shukr keejai ke aasmaan par tumhen bithaayaa
hamaare dil ko duaayen deejai ki dhadkanon mein tumhen basaayaa
bulandiyon se giroge tum bhi agar nigaahon se ham girenge
haseen ho tum Khudaa nahin ho

hamaare jaise agar hain laakhon
tumhaare jaise bhi kam nahin hain
hamaare jaise agar hain laakhon
tumhaare jaise bhi kam nahin hain
jo khud hi patthar se phod len sar
wo aur honge wo ham nahin hain
nahin mohabbat mein mar sake jo
bhalaa wo jeekar hi kyaa karenge
haseen ho tum Khudaa nahin ho
tumhaaraa sijdaa nahin karenge
haseen ho tum Khudaa nahin ho

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4 Responses to "Haseen ho tum Khuda nahin ho"

hi atul
i don’t know if the other eve teasing song “Budtameez kaho ya kaho Jaanwar” is from this movie. please enloighten

The situation in the movie for this song is slightly different from what is described. Shammi disguises himself as Sadanah’s driver and drives her on a road trip. On the way the car conks out and also she finds out his ruse and becomes upset and refuses to get into the car. that is when the song is sung.

Yes. “Budtameez kaho ya kaho Jaanwar” song is also from this movie.

I have a request. Can you please listen to “Aasra” songs? There are many exceptional songs in that movie by Lata (and a title song by Asha) which definitely deserve wider exposure. I especially like, “Neend kabhi rehthi this aankhon mein” and “tum kaun ho batao tumhara naam hai kya” by lata. Title songs is also very sweet.

Atul, a small typo there! Should be sijdaa or sajdaa instead of sizdaa!

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