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Dil pukaare aare aare

Posted on: April 4, 2009


“Jewel Thief” (1967) was a movie featuring Dev Anand and Vyjyanti Mala.

Both of them were in the same age group. While this movie turned out to be one of the last movies of Vyjyanti Mala, Dev Anand did not believe in looking at the wall, not to speak reading the writing on it. So even after contemporary actresses like Vyjyanti Mala, Nutan, Mala Sinha etc departed from the scene, Dev Saab continued to believe “abhi to main jawaan hoon” and continued to act as hero, opposite actresses half and subsequently one third his age.

I have often wondered if there were men who modelled themselves on Dev Saab in 1960s. I have not seen anyone. But I have noticed ladies of the time modelling themselves on the leading actresses.

Women who were on the heavier side had Vyjyanti Mala as role model. Skinny ladies tended to emulate Nutan. Sadhana ( especially her hairstyle) was much sought after among younger ladies of the day. Modelling oneself on Mumtaz took much daring though.

I think I have digressed enough like a Bollywood movie where a plane flies from Delhi to Sri Nagar and places like Bombay and Madras come en route. 😉

This particular song from “Jewel Thief” was sung by Rafi and Lata and picturised on Dev Saab and Vyjyanti Mala. Majrooh Sultanpuri was the lyricist and S D Burman had composed the music.

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Song-Dil pukaare aare aare (Jewel Thief) (1967)Singers-Rafi, Lata, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-S D Burman

Lyrics

ho o o
dil pukaare aare aare aare
dil pukaare aare aare aare
abhi na jaa mere saathi
dil pukaare aare aare aare
o abhi na jaa mere saathi
dil pukaare aare aare aare

barson beete dil pe kaboo paate
hamto haare tum hi kuchh samjhaate
samjhaati main tumko laakhon armaan
ho jaate hain lab tak aate aate
ho poochho na kitni baaten
padin hain dil me hamaare
dil pukaare aare aare aare
ho abhi na jaa mere saathi
dil pukaare aare aare aare

paake tumko hai kaisi matwaali
aankhen meri bin kaajal ke kaali
jeewan apna main bhi rangeen kar loon
mil jaaye jo in hothon ki laali
ho jo bhi hai apnaa
laayi hoon paas tumhare
dil pukaare aare aare aare
haan abhi na jaa mere saathi
dil pukaare aare aare aare

mahka mahka aanchal halke halke
rah jaati ho kyun palkon se malke
jaise sooraj bankar aaye ho tum
chaldoge phir din ke dhalte dhalte
aaj kaho to mod doon
badhke waqt ke dhaare
dil pukaare aare aare aare
ho abhi na jaa mere saathi
dil pukaare aare aare aare
abhi na jaa mere saathi
dil pukaare aare aare aare

2 Responses to "Dil pukaare aare aare"

Superb song.

And your song introduction is superb too. I really ROFL reading about
” a plane flies from Delhi to Sri Nagar and places like Bombay and Madras come en route. ”

In fact, I read your song descriptions with as much interest, if not more, than just listening to the song itself.

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Not only do I read your write-ups about the songs, I find myself responding to them. And yes, I have known or seen plenty of young guys (in college) who combed their hair the way Dev Anand did in Hum dono and songs of that period, rather than the later Dev Anand of Jewel Thief, who must have had a face lift during the period between Hum dono and Jewel Thief. Even Joy Mukherji combed his hair the same way!

Apparently this was one of the first songs that Lata sang with Rafi after the period during which she refused to sing with him. It is a pity that we were deprived of so many more gems that could have been produced had it not been for this conflict.

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