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Mujhe pyaar mein tum na ilzaam dete

Posted on: July 6, 2009


Here is one of lesser known songs from “Phir Wohi Dil Laaya Hoon”. It is lesser known for me, at least.

It is a boat song. It is sung by Asha Bhonsle and picturised on Asha Parekh. The picturisation also shows Joy Mukherji.

As can be guessed from the presence of Joy Mukherji and Asha Parekh, this has to be a Shammi Kapoor kind of a movie, which it surely is.

Shammi Kapoor movies tended to have Shankar Jaikishan’s music, but there was one Shammi Kapoor movie (“Kashmir ki kali” ) which had O P Nayyar’s music. As if on cue, this movie too has music by O P Nayyar and therefore the female playback singer has to be Asha Bhonsle. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist.

[Ed Note: The full two stanza version from the original 78 rpm recording is now uploaded and added to the post. Lyrics have also been updated. The film version and hence all the soundtrack versions, which implies that all LPs and EPs of this film, carry only one stanza of this song. (1st June, 2017)]

Video (One Stanza)

Audio (Two Stanzas)

Song-Mujhe pyaar mein tum na ilzaam dete (Phir Wohi Dil Laaya Hoon) (1963) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-O P Nayyar

Lyrics

mujhe pyaar mein tum na ilzaam detey
agar jaante gham meri bebasi ka
meri berukhi tumne dekhi hai lekin
nahin tumne dekha tadapna kisi kaa

mere dil ne chaaha tha kuchh tumse kehna
magar pyaar kehta hai khaamosh rahna
mere dil ne chaaha tha kuchh tumse kehna
magar pyaar kehta hai khaamosh rahna
dikhaayen kise ham ye ashkon ka behna
sunaayen kise dard dil ki lagi kaa
meri berukhi tumne dekhi hai lekin
nahin tumne dekha tadapna kisi kaa

zamaane ne kuchh aisi zanzeer daali
mohabbat ne chupke se garden jhuka li
zamaane ne kuchh aisi zanzeer daali
mohabbat ne chupke se garden jhuka li
tumhaare liye ab ye surat banaa li
ke haasil tumhi ho meri zindagi ka
meri berukhi tumne dekhi hai lekin
nahin tumne dekha tadapna kisi kaa

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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मुझे प्यार में तुम ना इल्ज़ाम देते
अगर जानते ग़म मेरी बेबसी का
मेरी बेरुखी तुमने देखि है लेकिन
नहीं तुमने देखा तड़पना किसी का

मेरे दिल ने चाहा था कुछ तुमसे कहना
मगर प्यार कहता है खामोश रहना
मेरे दिल ने चाहा था कुछ तुमसे कहना
मगर प्यार कहता है खामोश रहना
दिखाएँ किसे हम ये अशकों का बहना
सुनाएँ किसे दर्द दिल की लगी का
मेरी बेरुखी तुमने देखि है लेकिन
नहीं तुमने देखा तड़पना किसी का

जमाने ने कुछ ऐसी ज़ंजीर डाली
मोहब्बत ने चुपके से गर्दन झुका ली
जमाने ने कुछ ऐसी ज़ंजीर डाली
मोहब्बत ने चुपके से गर्दन झुका ली
तुम्हारे लिए अब ये सूरत बना ली
के हासिल तुम्ही हो मेरी ज़िंदगी का
मेरी बेरुखी तुमने देखि है लेकिन
नहीं तुमने देखा तड़पना किसी का

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10 Responses to "Mujhe pyaar mein tum na ilzaam dete"

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Although It’s NOT In The Movie,I Roughly Remember,During Those Days(1964) In Radio,We Used To Listen To A SECOND ANTARAA Too(I’m Not Sure Whether The Wordrs Are Precise..?): Zamaane Ne Kuchh Aisee Zanjeer Daali:Mohabbat Ne Chupke Se Gardan Jhukaa Li,Tumhaare Liye Hi Yeh Soorat Bana Li Ki Haasil Tumheen Ho Meri Zindagi Ka….” We Also Loved Many Other Songs Of The Same Movie Like Lakhon Hain Nigaah Mein,Humdum Mere Khel Na Jaano,TITLE Song,Aankhon Se Jo Utree Hai Dil Mein Tasveer…etc.etc.

Dear Ashutosh ji,

Your memory serves you well, and it did also nudge my memories. Apparently the original 78rpm record version of this song is the only complete version available. And that recording is not so easily available. All LPs and EPs having been made from the sound track of the film, carry only the one stanza version.

I have a feeling that the original release of this film may have carried this song as a full two stanza song, and the song got edited during a later re-release of the film.

The full version is now uploaded and available for music lovers.

Rgds
Sudhir

Sudhir ji,

On a lighter note : Probably director got pity on Joy Mukherjee and Pran. Two antara song would have made Joy Mukherjee to walk longer on the promenade of Dal Lake. For Pran, it would have been more ‘nail biting’ wait.

On a serious note: The song may have been recorded as two antara song. However, at the time of the picturisation, the director may have felt that the background song with sailing of boat is a bit longer than required. So for picturisation, it was restricted to one antara. Note that the musical score (probably violin) at the end fads out as the boat move away from the camera. But this part is not there in the full record version.

Thanks Sudhir ji

For this treat, Barsaat ki gift mil gayee mujhe, I am after the full version of this song from many years, Thanks thanks thanks a lot

Regards

Prakashchandra

Yes, Sadanand ji,

That is possible also.

Besides the violin fade out at the end, the other difference in the two versions is that at the end, the mukhda lines appear twice in the screen version and only once in the record version. This indicates that probably the second stanza was edited out to make the screen version, and so the mukhda lines appear back to back twice.

And yes, about the lighter note, I am less worried about Joy Mukherji – he would have shed maybe an extra pound with the longer promenade walk. I would have been more worried about Pran. Another stanza, and he might have lost some fingers on his hands that he is biting. Just imagine how it would be – Pran pointing a gun at Dilip Kumar in ‘Ram Aur Shyam’, and few fingers missing in his hands. His career would have nosedived.:)

One down, many more to go – I mean there are many more such songs whose sub parts are not traceable as yet. E.g. the song from ‘Miiti Mein Sona’ – “Poochho Na Hamen Hum Un Ke Liye”. The second stanza of this song is tops in my ‘wanted’ list. 🙂

Rgds
Sudhir

Very welcome Prakash ji

🙂

Rgds
Sudhir

Dear SudhirJi,My God It’s The Limit ! I was assuming that the comments I’m giving r just for my satisfaction and will go simply Unnoticed BUT Not Only U Gave Such A Prompt Response U also made everything clear regarding Both: Audio & Visual Versions! Mujhe Khud Apne Hi Baare Mein Ghalatfahami Thi BUT NOW It’s So Thrilling&Amazing To See&Feel:QADRADAAN Aur Bhi Hain..! Thanks Again SudhirJi..

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