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Yakeen karlo mujhe muhabbat hai tumse tumse

Posted on: August 11, 2010


I thought that I had already posted the title song of “Yakeen” (1969) in this blog. But I was mistaken.

Here is this song from “Yakeen” (1969) which has Dharmendra singing to Sharmila Tagore professing his love for her. And Sharmila Tagore’s dress (her short, or is it called by some other name) is a daring dress for an Indian woman even today, and 40 years ago it must have created some sensation surely.

This song is sung by Rafi. Hasrat Jaipuri is the lyricist and Shankar Jaikishan composed the music.


Song-Yakeen karlo mujhe muhabbat hai tumse tumse (Yakeen) (1969) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics

yakeen kar lo
mujhe muhabbat hai tumse tumse
yakeen kar lo
mujhe muhabbat hai tumse tumse
meri ye duniyaa
haseen jannat hai tumse tumse
meri ye duniyaa
haseen jannat hai tumse tumse

tumhaari tasweer hai nazar mein
charaagh jaise ho rahguzar mein
tumhaari yaaden meraa sahaaraa
udaas jeewan ke har safar mein
dagar-dagar par suhaani rangat
hai tumse tumse
yakeen kar lo
mujhe muhabbat hai tumse tumse

siwaa tumhaare na koyi apnaa
hameshaa dekhaa tumhaaraa sapnaa
kitaab-e-dil par
likhi huyi hai
tumhaari chaahat ki ek rachnaa
siwaa tumhaare na koyi apnaa
hameshaa dekhaa tumhaaraa sapanaa
kitaab-e-dil par
likhi huyi hai
tumhaari chaahat ki ek rachnaa
meri kahaani bas ek haqeeqat
hai tumse tumse
yakeen kar lo
mujhe muhabbat hai tumse tumse

tumhi ne aankhon ki neend chheeni
tumhi ne lootaa qaraar meraa
tumhi ho jeewan maran ke saathi
tumhi to ho aitbaar mera
tumhi ne aankhon ki neend chheeni
tumhi ne lootaa qaraar meraa
tumhi ho jeewan maran ke saathi
tumhi to ho aitbaar mera
Khuda se badhkar bhi mujhko ulfat hai tumse tumse
yakeen kar
lo mujhe muhabbat hai tumse tumse
meri ye duniyaa haseen jannat hai tumse tumse
yakeen kar
lo mujhe muhabbat hai tumse tumse

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6 Responses to "Yakeen karlo mujhe muhabbat hai tumse tumse"

Sharmila runs with makeup and a high bouffant. Even in France where people dress up to go to the boulangerie–that would be a bit much.
I like the vintage car most in this song.

Does Dharam do what I think he does at 1:40?
Hmm…

Btw, that is indeed a lovely vintage car. But there is not enough of it in this song. There is another song in the movie “bahaaron ki baarat aa gayi” (not posted yet) where that car is totally the center of attention. And it is awesome!

In this particular song, it is difficult to concentrate on the car when you have Sharmila running around like that. 😉

Raja, I was just watching ABCD chhodo (from Raja Jani) and Dharam sort of does what you are thinking with Hema and his racket at one point. So maybe you’re thinking right.

Sharmila just needs white stilletos to go with that and then she will be all set of for her morning jog. Yes, distracting.

The car, it features in “Gar tum bhula na doge”–part of my best of Dharam collection. I wouldn’t have noticed except that I have seen that particular video scores of times.

[…] Dharmendra’s antique car being its centre of attraction. I thought that this song had to be Yakeen karlo mujhe muhabbat hai tumse tumse but the car did not appear to be the centre of attraction in that song, rather Sharmila […]

Car?? There was a car in the song? ;).

video links of the song;

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