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Tumhaare hain tumse dayaa maangte hain

Posted on: August 21, 2010


“Boot Polish” (1953) was a movie based on the plights of orphan. Considering the subject, this movie was bound to have melodrama is it and that is why I am not sure that I would like to watch this movie.

The songs of this movie too have some sad pathos filled songs in it.

Here is a song from this movie that I heard for the first time only today. I became aware of this song thanks to its farmaish by Sophy.

The picturisation of this song shows a few kids, inmates of an orphanage singing and begging. In other words, the orphans are being made to beg in public. Now, I dislike using orphan kids that way, and it turns out that one of the kids, Ratan Kumar too does not like it one bit, and by the time the song ends, he walked away in a huff, determined that orphan he may be, but a beggar he would not be.

This is a sad and poignant song, sung by Rafi, Asha Bhonsle and chorus. The song is picturised on several kids including Ratan Kumar and Baby Naaz. Any idea who is thye grown up who lip syns in Rafi’s voice ?

As mentioned above, I listened to this song for the first time only today. It is a nice song, but the picturisation of this song and the subject of this song (orphans must condsider themselves at the mercy of the society and beg from them) are not to my liking. I do not like depiction of orphans like this. Perhaps it was the need of the story, but still I do not agree with the need of the story.

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Song-Tumhaare hain tumse dayaa maangte hain (Boot Polish) (1953)Singers-Rafi, Asha Bhonsle,Lyrics-Shailendra,MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics

tumhaare hain tumse dayaa maangte hain
tumhaare hain tumse dayaa maangte hain
tere laadlon ki duaa maangte hain
tere laadlon ki duaa maangte hain

yateemon ki duniyaa mein hardam andheraa
yateemon ki duniyaa mein hardam andheraa
idhar bhool kar bhi na aayaa saweraa
idhar bhool kar bhi na aayaa saweraa
isi shaam ko ek pal bhar jale jo
isi shaam ko ek pal bhar jale jo
ham aashaa kaa aisaa diyaa maangte hain
tere laadlon ki duaa maangte hain

thhe ham jinki aankhon ke chanchal sitaaren
thhe ham jinki aankhon ke chanchal sitaaren
hamen chhod wo is jahaan se sidhaare
hamen chhod wo is jahaan se sidhaare
kisiki na ho jaisi qismat hai apni
kisiki na ho jaisi qismat hai apni
dukhi dil sabhi ka bahaa maangte hain
tere laadlon ki duaa maangte hain

bachaa ho jo roti ka tukdaa dilaa do
bachaa ho jo roti ka tukdaa dilaa do
jo utraa ho tan se wo kapda dilaa do
jo utraa ho tan se wo kapda dilaa do
tumhaare hain tumse dayaa maangte hain
tere laadlon ki duaa maangte hain

4 Responses to "Tumhaare hain tumse dayaa maangte hain"

Thanks Atul. The tune is very interesting — monotonous and pied -piperish. As for not liking the situation, maybe it helps that I don’t fully follow the lyrics. Now that you have written it out, I can see what they are saying.
I like the songs in this movie a lot.

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dear sophy, it is one of the most heart piercing song sung by rafi saheb and equally music none other than shankar jaikishan..with due respect for u . u must finding the meaning of lyrics. otherwise u would have become sensitive, emotional and would have cried. probably, i am not sure but u have not passed yor life in india with the conditions prevailin in this country where orphans are treated as beggars. and what not.

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had seen tis movie as a kid :D..remembered of it as i read tis 🙂

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as I have said before I saw this movie 3x and cried on each occasion. Really a sad movie and truly reflected life in India during the early 60’s.Baby Naaz is just super. Although she never quite made it as a grown up actor she participated in the cinema actively, judging movies at the Cannes festival, e.g. She acted in several movies. She had a great voice; sadly she died of throat cancer in 1995 aged 53.

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