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Pyaar baant’te chalo

Posted on: October 18, 2008


This movie “Hum sab Ustaad hain” was the first movie in which Laxmikant Pyarelal, then newcomers, worked with Kishore Kumar. Kishore Kumar in fact was the actor cum singer in this movie, and the association of the would be great singer and would be great music director duo in this movie resulted in some memorable songs.

One such memorable song from this movie viz “Ajnabi tum jaane pahchaane se lagte ho” has already appeared in this blog, and that was one of the greatest sad songs that Kishore Kumar has sung.

There was another great song in this movie that must be regarded as an iconic song on national integration that stresses upon the idea of unity in diversity that the emerging nation of India stood for.

I have listened to this song many a times. Now when I am discussing this song, I am going through its vvideo clip as well. It is only now that I have realised that that this was a rail song as well. This song is sung by Kishore Kumar in a train and that is what explains the racy beat that one associates with the tunes of Laxmikant Pyarelal as well as with a train.

The lyrics of this song is written by Asad Bhopali. It is unfortunate that Asad Bhopali could never become as saleable a name as some other filmy shayars of that time. The few Asad Bhopali songs that I have come across reinforces my impression of him as an outstanding lyricist who deserved more breaks than what he actually got.

Overall, it is a great and evergreen song sung by Kishore Kumar. It is one of the first great songs that the association of Kishore Kumar and Laxmikant Pyarelal produced. There would be many more in the years and decades to come.


Song- Pyaar baantte chalo ( hum sab ustaad hain) (1965) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics- Asad Bhopali, MD- Laxmikant Pyarelal
Lyrics

ho Pyar baantte chalo
Pyar baantte chalo
he Pyar baantte chalo
Pyar baantte chalo
kya hindu kya musalmaan
hum sab hain bhai bhai
Pyar baantte chalo
Pyar baantte chalo
he Pyar baantte chalo
Pyar baantte chalo

pyar hai zindagi ki nishaani
ye buzurgon ka kahna hai yaaron
ek hi saaz ke taar hain sab
hum ko milzul ke rahna hai yaaron
he pyar hai zindagi ki nishaani
ye buzurgon ka kahna hai yaaron
ek hi saaz ke taar hain sab
hum ko milzul ke rahna hai yaaron
he socho kal kya the
dekho ab kyaa ho
tumko le na doobe kahin apni ye ladaai

Pyar baantte chalo
Pyar baantte chalo
he Pyar baantte chalo
Pyar baantte chalo

Ram ye hai to Rahman tum ho
Ye hai Kartar to John tum ho
naam kuch ho magar ye na bhoolo
sabse pahle to insaan tum ho
he Ram ye hai to Rahman tum ho
Ye hai Kartar to John tum ho
naam kuch ho magar ye na bhoolo
sabse pahle to insaan tum ho

he nanhe shahzadon
ae kal ke netaaon
tumse hamne kya kya ummeeden hain lagaayi

Pyar baantte chalo
Pyar baantte chalo
Pyar baantte chalo
Pyar baantte chalo

Ye Ajanta hai wo Taaj dekho
har jagah pyar ki hai kahani
pyar sadiyon se ab tak amar hai
aur har cheez hai aani jaani
he Ye Ajanta hai wo Taaj dekho
har jagah pyar ki hai kahani
pyar sadiyon se ab tak amar hai
aur har cheez hai aani jaani

he jab tak ye duniya hai
tab tak ye zindaa hai
sab ne sar jhukaaya jab inki yaad aayi

Pyar baantte chalo
Pyar baantte chalo
he Pyar baantte chalo
Pyar baantte chalo

kya hindu kya musalmaan
hum sab hain bhai bhai
Pyar baantte chalo
Pyar baantte chalo
he Pyar baantte chalo
Pyar baantte chalo

2 Responses to "Pyaar baant’te chalo"

What a superb song.

On one hand it is light, on the other hand it has a very strong and important message.

It should be played more often on Indian mass media channels. One hardly gets to see this.

Seeing Kishore Kumar singing this song in this manner will hopefully make some people realise the futility of religion-based tensions.

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It is a fantastic song with a message. And it has been sung superbly.

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