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Chalo le chaloon main taaron mein

Posted on: April 16, 2012


“Kismat Ka Khel” (1956) is an obscure movie by now. This movie was a Sahu Films Production. It was produced and durected by Kishore Sahu. Starcast of the movie had Dutt, Vyjayanthimala, Begum Para, Tuntun, Mukri,Yashodhara Katju, Kamaljeet, Kanchanmala, S.K.Singh, Umadevi, Bhudo Advani, Jagdeep, Jamal, Moni Chatterjee, Jagdeesh Paul, Jagdeesh Kamal, Chacha, Shrinath etc.

Here is a rare song from this obscure movie. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and it is picturised on Vyjyanti Mala as a stage song. Shailendra is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shankar Jaikishan.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

Audio

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Song-Chalo le chaloon main taaron mein (Kismat Ka Khel)(1956) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Shailendra, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

chalo le chaloon
main taaron mein
rang rangeele
gulzaaron mein
chalo le chaloon
main taaron mein
rang rangeele
gulzaaron mein
aaaaaa aaaa
aaaa aaaaa
chalo le chaloon
main taaron mein
rang rangeele
gulzaaron mein

chaand se utri
pyaar ki putli
chaand se utri
pyaar ki putli
main tumhaari gulbadan
bikhre sapne
khoye nagme
laayee tumhaari gulbadan
aaaaa aaaa aaaa aaaaaaa
chalo le chaloon
main taaron mein
rang rangeele
gulzaaron mein
chalo le chaloon
main taaron mein
rang rangeele
gulzaaron mein

na aise gham hain
na ye sitam hai
na aise gham hain
na ye sitam hai
neelam ke uss desh mein
sabke saath
pyaar ki baat
hoti hai
uss desh mein
aaa aaa aaaa aaa
chalo le chaloon
main taaron mein
rang rangeele
gulzaaron mein
aaa aaaa aaaaaa aaaaaaaa
chalo le chaloon
main taaron mein
rang rangeele
gulzaaron mein
aaaa aaaaa aaaaa

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4 Responses to "Chalo le chaloon main taaron mein"

I was all of 7 years when I was taken for ‘Kismat ka khel’ and I don’t remember a thing about it except a song “Kismat ka khel hai janab-e-Ali…” sung by Vyjyanthimala. I think she sings it in a train……

Atul ji,
QISMET KA KHEL-1956 was a movie that came and went without leaving any memories.It was a Sahu Films Prodn.Produced and directed by Kishore Sahu.He had also written a story and the s/play and dialogues,so it was an all-KS film.
The story was as insipid as the acting,direction and the pace of the film.The music was also nothing to write home about.
Prakash varma(Sunil Dutt) is a highly educated young man,working in a office owned by Seth Maganbhai mehta.Sudhakar,the owner’s Manager is very jealous of Prakash as Kusum(Begum Para),daughter of the Sethji has fallen for Prakash and the Seth ji is also very happy with his work.Prakash,however is not in love with her as he wants to establish his life to an order first.one day,while he is working late in the office,the Seth ji is murderd and somehow the police are after Prakash ,suspecting him to be a murderer.
Prakash runs away.for days together he is on run.Desperate by hunger,he tries to enter a Bakery and rob Bread.He is caught red-handed by Anokhi(V.Mala),a (beautiful) Rag Picker who considers that area as her operational area.She brings Prakash to her Basti,where many like her are staying together.Prakash stays with them to hide successfully.He sympathises with them and Anokhi and he are in love.This is not digested by some in the Basti and he is reported to the police.
Police come and arrest Prakash.Anokhi is shocked to know that he is arrested for murder,but she believes Prakash,when he tells her that he has not done it.Anokhi and her friends decide to help Prakash,by tracing the real murdeder.Anokhi changes herself as a posh dancer and starts doing shows in a Hotel,where Sudhakas,the manager visits.She traps Sudhakar in her net,makes him drink too much and he spills the beans.
Anokhi contacts,Kusum and the police and they all together catch the real culprit.Prakash is released and joins the group of Anokhi again.
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Thanks a lot for the details of this obscure movie.

Wow Arun-ji! Hats off to you for the detailed plot of this movie! I didn’t know Begum Para too was in this movie! Thanks a lot, Arun-ji!

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