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Sapne hain sapne kab huye apne

Posted on: March 10, 2012


“Nayi Roshni” (1967) was a Vasu Films production. It was produced by Vasu Menon and directed by C V Sridhar. Starcast had names like Ashok kumar, Sulochana Latkar, Raaj Kumar,Mala Sinha, Tanuja, Biswajeet, Jyotilaxmi, SaileshKumar, Pahadi Sanyal, Asit Sen, Mahendra, Pratima Devi, Chaman Puri, Anwar Hussain, Bhanumati, Aruna Irani etc.

Three songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is another song from this movie. This song is sung by Lata and it is picturised on Mala Sinha and Ashok Kumar. The picturisation shows Mala Sinha comforting a disconsolate Ashok Kumar.

This is a rare song and I was not aware of this song. But I must say that this song has the ability to bring comfort to listeners when they are feeling low.

Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist and music is composed by Ravi.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

Audio

Video

Song-Sapne hain sapne kab huye apne (Nayi Roshni)(1967) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Ravi

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

sapne hain sapne
kab huye apne
aankh khuli
aur toot gaye
sapne hain sapne
kab huye apne
aankh khuli
aur toot gaye
andhiyaare ke
thhe ye moti
bhor bhayee
aur phoot gaye
sapne hain sapne
kab huye apne

bhor ki dori
se baandhi hai
jaane kissne
raat ki choli
bhor ki dori
se baandhi hai
jaane kissne
raat ki choli
jeewan ke
aangan mein dukh sukh
niss din khelen
aankh michaili
niss din khelen
aankh michauli
sapne hain sapne
kab huye apne
aankh khuli
aur toot gaye
sapne hain sapne
kab huye apne

din doobaa to
shaam hansegi
shaam gayee to
raat hansegi
din doobaa to
shaam hansegi
shaam gayee to
raat hansegi
rok le aankh se
behtaa aansoo
beh niklaa
barsaat hansegi
beh niklaa
barsaat hansegi
sapne hain sapne
kab huye apne
aankh khuli
aur toot gaye
andhiyaare ke
thhe ye moti
bhor bhayee
aur phoot gaye
sapne hain sapne
kab huye apne

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6 Responses to "Sapne hain sapne kab huye apne"

Atul ji,
NAI ROSHNI-1967 was a typical south picture,full of melodrama,tear producing extreme situations,and some humour involving some comedian.produced by the famous Vasu Films of Vasu Menon,it was director of that Master of Tragedies and Tear jerkers,C.V.Sridhar.True to their images,it was a bit difficult to sit thru the film treading on a very familiar storyline stressing the respect for values and superiority of Indian culture.
prof.kumar(Ashok kr.) is a worried man as his second wife is busy in her own friend circle,his son Jyoti kr.(Raaj kr.) is a spoiled drunkard,daughter Chitra(Tanuja) is gone wayward and is pregnant from Ramesh(Sailesh kr.) s/o Judge kailashnath(Pahadi Sanyal)-a womaniser,before marriage.His only solace is Rekha(Mala Sinha) his dead friend’s daughter brought up by him.She looks after him religiously.
One Prakash(Biswajit) joins Kumar’s college as a new professor.On one occasion,Prakash comes to know that Prof.Kumar had a love affair with his mother(Sulochana) and when she was carrying ,Kumar had abandoned her in a helpless condition.
Prakash decides to expose Kumar and the story further details how Kumar repents,how Rekha falls in love with prakash and how he changes his mind etc etc.Finally all is well that ends well with Ashok kumar’s death.
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299

Prakash ji,

Thanks for the wonderful reminder – an endearing song, words, melody and soulful rendering.

Arun ji,

Thanks for your informative write up. This one is another film that I had seen as a child on TV. The formula of family melodrama is so intact in this film. Even as a child at that age, I had two reactions to this film, that I still remember. Why is the storyline so complicated, when a simple “ye cheez us ko bataa kyun nahin detey” type of situation would simplify life for everybody. And that Raajkumar’s acting seemed so artificial in this film. Anyways, films good or not so good, we are forever thankful for the wonderful music that is accumulated over the decades. That gift, that treasure is priceless.

And so let us talk about one more big milestone. Congratulations on your 300th post of film synopses. The blog is seeing celebrations galore, in more than one dimensions – contributors, artistes, songs, write ups. . . on and on. The momentum is slowly gaining significance, not just in the number of posts, but in the terms of milestones that are being reached.

As they say, music is the true language of emotions. So it is not a wonder that so many of us like minded music lovers have got connected through this wonderful blog. Technology has given us opportunities to meet with friends that would otherwise not have been possible. And Atul ji’s vision and leadership brings out simply the best contributions on this blog.

Your comments are the spice of discussion on this blog, and your inputs from first hand notes, and your readings, and your contacts is really invaluable. For lovers of music like us, the experiential part of listening is never complete without understanding the intent, the emotions and the people behind a wonderful melody, words and rendering. And your comments, and even sometimes your queries raise a discussion that brings to life the bigger picture behind the songs and its creators.

Thanks once again for being what you are – our in house encyclopedia on Hindi films and its music.

Onwards, stronger and higher. . . this wonderful art that is the Hindi film music.

Cheers and regards to all
Sudhir

Sudhir ji,
I am deeply moved with your note on my 300 film synopses.(The number 299 ,mentioned above is a part of continued oversight due to miscalculation.Actually it should have been 300.)
I thank you with a loaded heart,loaded with the joy,gratitude and the weight of future expectations.
It was all possible because of the continued appreciation and encouragement from Atul ji,you and our regulars like Raja ji,Kamath ji,prakash ji,nahm ji,Lalitha ji,Memsaab ji,khyati ji, peevesie’s mom ji and many others.
Many times there were challenges in terms of finding,digging and reporting info on really obscure and unknown films,but luckily I was able to stand up to the expectations of Atul ji who raised the querries.
It also gave me pleasure to participate in intense discussions on some disputed events.Not that everytime I was right.There were occasions,when I failed-even went wrong,but you all were there to understand me and sympathise.This further encouraged me.
I remember one incident about Atul ji’s appeal to find out a Photograph of Madhubala Jhaveri.By chance,I came accross a photograph tagged as M.Jhaveri’s name.I was so excited that I sent the photo immediately not only to Atul ji,but also to Cineplot,who also wanted her photo.
Alas ! After few days,Cineplot clarified that the photo was not of M.Jhaveri,but that of Nimmi in old age !!
I was embarrassed.I informed Atul ji and also apologised to Cineplot for my blunder.
This incident forced me to try for her photo more vigorously and thru RMIM,I was able to secure Madhubala’ Jhaveri’s authentic photgraph from Shri. Surjit singh ji.
I again sent the Photo to Atul ji and Cineplot along with shri Surjit Singh ji’s note and thus I finished my mission successfully.
Such incidents strengthened my self belief to continue my work.
I once again thank Atul ji,you and others and hope to enjoy being in this Music yatra with you all in future.
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Your each comment is precious for us. The numbers are incidental.

The comments are for Arun.

Arunji

Sorry Please “deri ho gayee” Badhaayeee dene mein

Congrats on your 300th post.
(ye tho sirf shabd hain, Ham har din aapke article padhthe waqt, aapko man hi man mein badhaayee dete hi rehthe hain)

Aap tho hamaare liye ANMOL RATAN hai,

Aap nahin jaanthe hamaare liye aap kitne PRECIOUS hain

God bless you,
apnaa khyaal rakhiyegaa

Dher saare pyaar ke saath
prakash

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