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Piyaa piyaa naa laage moraa jiyaa

Posted on: July 6, 2010


The storyline of “Phagun” (1958) was clearly inspired from “Naagin” (1954). In “Naagin”(1954), the heroine finds the music of “been” irrestible, whereas in “Phaagun”, hero’s flute has a similar effect on the heroine. In “Naagin”, we had Pradeep Kumar and Vyjyanti Mala in lead roles, whereas in “Phagun”, we had Bharat Bhushan and Madhubala playing the same roles.

I have posted two songs from “Phaagun” (1958) already. This movie has many more nice songs yet to be posted (at least nine more , the last time I counted them). Most of these songs contain flute music, which is the theme music of this song. In addition, one of the songs (Ik pardesi mera dil le gayaa(Phagun)(1958) )also has a “been” music, which must be the second most popular “been” song in Bollywood history after the “Naagin” song.

Here is another popular song from “Phagun” (1958). It is sung by Asha Bhonsle and it is picturised on Madhubala. Qamar Jalalabadi is the lyricist and O P Nayyar composed the music.

This movie was a musical blockbuster and I wonder how this movie fared at the box office. It obviously did not do as well as “Naagin” (1954), the movie that it was inspired from, but this movie may have done decently enough mainly on the strength of its music , I feel.

Audio

Video – Part I

Video – Part II

song-Piyaa piyaa na laage moraa jiyaa (Phagun) (1958) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Qamar Jalalabadi, MD-O P Nayyar

Lyrics

piyaa piyaa
na laage moraa jiyaa
aajaa chori chori
ye bainyaan gori gori
tadap uthin re tere pyaar ko
piyaa piyaa
na laage moraa jiyaa
aajaa chori chori
ye bainyaan gori gori
tadap uthin re tere pyaar ko
piyaa piyaa

ek ban ki kali matwaali
nagri mein aayi khilne
ek ban ki kali matwaali
nagri mein aayi khilne
jungle ki morni aayi
baaghon ke mor se milne
jungle ki morni aayi
baaghon ke mor se milne
milne ho milne,
mor se milne
milne ho milne,
mor se milne
haay
apnaa banaa le sainyaa ho
piyaa piyaa
na laage moraa jiyaa
aajaa chori chori
ye bainyaan gori gori
tadap uthin re tere pyaar ko
piyaa piyaa

o baanke nainaa waale
o pardesi matwaale
o baanke nainaa waale
o pardesi matwaale
tu murli mujhe banaa le
honthon se haay lagaa le
tu murli mujhe banaa le
honthon se haay lagaa le
murli banaa le
honthon se lagaa le
murli banaa le
honthon se lagaa le
haay
apnaa banaa le sainyaa ho
piyaa piyaa
na laage moraa jiyaa
aajaa chori chori
ye bainyaan gori gori
tadap uthin re tere pyaar ko
piyaa piyaa

9 Responses to "Piyaa piyaa naa laage moraa jiyaa"

What a treat! 1) Madhubala 2) Bansuri 3) Bharat Bhushan 4) Songs
I didn’t know about this though I’ve heard some of the songs. Now I have to see this movie.

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I just love this song! In fact, I think it is better than the songs of Nagin. OP was at his peak in this period, all the songs of this movie are so good. It was a little before the period when I became interested in movies, so I have no idea if the movie was a hit or not, but I knew the songs, esp Ek pardesi mera dil le gaya … and this one, because my mother used to sing them, and that is how I knew about them!

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This is a lovely song.

I saw the movie as a kid. And then again just a few months back when it was on Doordarshan (they show late-night movies, spread over 2 or 3 nights).

The movie itself was not all that exciting. It dragged on a bit.

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Phagun brings back memory of “renting VCR for night” days. Back in late 80’s in Delhi it was very common for middle class family to rent a VCR (for approx 70/80 Rs) and 4 movies for night. After our board exams in summer and along with few new movies, we had to get this movie for mom (she flatly said Phagun is coming or ELSE 😉 )

Movie was full of nice songs, and as per my Dad it was big hit then. I like “Main soyi ankhiyaan meeche ” & “Jaa jaa meri chhod de kalaai” from same movie (plz take them as a latest farmaish).

There was another Phagun (1973, MD: SD Burman) with nice songs:
Sandhya jo aaye
mero tau giridhar gopal doosro na koi (bhajan)

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I fully intend to post all the remaining songs of this movie.

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I have uploaded part II of the song today on YouTube. Link is given below.

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Thank you Sunil ji
for the rare upload

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