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Tumse O haseena

Posted on: January 1, 2009


In 1960s when Shammi Kapoor was ruling the roost with his brand of movies, he had his clones too in the form of Joy Mukherjee and Vishwajeet.

In late 1967, a new variant of Shammi Kapoor routine came up in the form of Jeetendra. Instead of being the only son of prosperous parents who would go to Kashmir or Shimla to look after family business, accompanied by his sidekick Rajendranath and stumbling upon the heroine there, Jeetendra would play a hero with more modest means. He would typically be a truck driver or secret agent or something similar and would do most of his singing and dancing on the road or in the clubs, instead of on the snow clad mountains. And this formula began to succeed in the late 1960s.

“Farz” was one of the first such Jeetendra movie employing this formula successfully. In this movie, Jeetendra, playing agent 116 is seen singing and dancing throughout the movie,clad in all white, but with black shoes. It would be another 15 years or so before Jeetendra would be seen wearing matching white colour shoes to go with his all white clothes.

Wait a minute ! It does not take 15 years for the shoes to go white. It takes just 2 minutes and 40 seconds into this song and the shoes miraculously turn white in this song itself.

The song is sung beautifully by Rafi and Lata Suman Kalyanpur. Yes, the fabulous female voice belongs to Suman Kalyanpur.

Audio

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Song-Tumse O haseena (Farz ) (1967) Singers-Rafi, Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

tumse o haseenaa
kabhi mohabbat na maine karni thhi
tumse o haseenaa
kabhi mohabbat na maine karni thhi
magar mere dil ne mujhe dhokhaa de diyaa
haa
magar mere dil ne mujhe dhokhaa de diyaa
tumse o deewaane
kabhi mohabbat na maine karni thi
tumse o deewaane
kabhi mohabbat na maine karni thi
magar mere dil ne mujhe dhokhaa de diyaa
ha
magar mere dil ne mujhe dhokhaa de diyaa

aag sulag gayi nas nas mein
neend rahi na rahaa chain bas mein
todi jaaye naa ab mujhse
pyaar ki ye rasmen kasmen
aa gayi bulbul kafas mein
taubaa meri taubaa
ye apni haalat na maine karni thi
taubaa meri taubaa
ye apni haalat na maine karni thi
magar mere dil ne mujhe dhokhaa de diyaa
ha
magar mere dil ne mujhe dhokhaa de diyaa

log ye mujhko hain samjhaate
beet rahi thhi hanste gaatey
maine tumhen kisliye chhedaa
raahon mein aatey jaatey
mujhe sab hain sataate
taubaa meri taubaa
ke ye sharaarat na maine karni thhi
taubaa meri taubaa
ke ye sharaarat na maine karni thhi
magar mere dil ne mujhe dhokhaa de diyaa
ha
magar mere dil ne mujhe dhokhaa de diyaa

shaam sawere dil ghabraaye
raaz-e-dil naa khul jaaye
raat hamaare sapnon mein chhup ke
roz koyi aaye jaaye
kaahe nehaa lagaaye
taubaa meri taubaa
ke ye qayaamat na maine karni thhi
taubaa meri taubaa
ke ye qayaamat na maine karni thhi
magar mere dil ne mujhe dhokhaa de diyaa
ha
magar mere dil ne mujhe dhokhaa de diyaa

4 Responses to "Tumse O haseena"

As usual, excellent intro to the song, Atul.

I had a huge laugh reading this part :
“Instead of being the only son of prosperous parents who would go to Kashmir or Shimla to look after family business, accompanied by his sidekick Rajendranath and stumbling upon the heroine there, Jeetendra would play a hero with more modest means. He would typically be a truck driver or secret agent or something similar and would do most of his singing and dancing on the road or on the clubs, instead of on the snow clad mountains. And this formula began to succeed in the late 1960s.”

Perfectly summarises the Shammi – Jeetendra roles of the 1960s. 🙂

Catchy song this one. Also the birthday song of this movie was pretty catchy (baar baar din ye aaye). In fact, all songs of this movie became a big hit.

The movie was a turning point in Jeetendra’s career. I believe Jeetu spent money himself to get tickets bought for this movie so that the theatre would be full – he was so desperate to make it successful. 🙂

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Really ! I was not aware of all these details. It is difficult to believe today that the father of Ekta Kapoor was starved of hit movies those days. Indeed, this movie led him to similar roles in future viz “caravan”, “jeene ki raah”, “farz” etc and the legend of Jumping jack was born.

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good lyrics and the best part is that it’s a compete lyric thanks for this nice lyrics.

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We take pride in the fact that this blog contains full and accurate lyrics of songs.

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