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Ye samaa ye rut ye nazaare

Posted on: October 25, 2010


“Do Kaliyaan” (1968) is one of those movies that I have actually watched (albeit on TV) and the only thing I recall about this movie is that Baby Sonia (now known as Nitu Singh) had played a double role in this movie (and that is why this title called “Do Kaliyaan” viz “two buds”).

When I watched this song “ye samaa ye rut ye nazaare” then I was reminded of the fact that Vishwajeet and Mala Sinha were the lead actors of this movie. And this song also made be remember the story of the movie. It is this duo who are the parents of the two kids. One stays with her mother and another with the father. And in true Hindi movie fashion, both kids study in the same school and in the same class, and still no one, neither the two parents, nor the school authorities and others realise this fact. Just how dumb could people sometimes be in Hindi movies !

Coming to the song itself, this is a song which apparently pre dates the two kids. In this song,the lead duo are seen prancing around gardens and other such public places singing about natural scenery around them.I guess that singing such songs is their way of inviting the proverbial stork which delivers the “do kaliyaan” to them afterwards.

The song is sung by Rafi and Lata. Sahir Ludhianvi is the lyricist and Ravi composed the music.

This is apparently one of the lesser known songs from this movie. at least that is how it appears to me vis a vis the more iconic songs that follow.

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Song-Ye samaan ye rut ye nazaare (Do Kaliyaan) (1968) Singers-Rafi, Lata, Lyrics-Sahir Ludhianvi, MD-Ravi

Lyrics

ye samaa
ye rut ye nazaare,
dil meraa machalne lagaa
jaane wafaa,
ai dilrubaa,
aise mein aa meri baahon mein aa
rok le nigaahon ke ishaare,
tan meraa pighalne lagaa
main hoon teri,
tu hai meraa,
aa mere dil ki panaahon mein aa

shaane pe mere,
giraa de zulfen
aankhon pe meri,
bichhaa de zulfen
shaane pe mere,
giraa de zulfen
aankhon pe meri,
bichhaa de zulfen
aisaa jagaa de pyaar kaa jaadoo
saare jahaan pe chhaaye nashaa
rok le nigaahon ke ishaare,
tan meraa pighalne lagaa
main hoon teri,
tu hai meraa,
aa mere dil ki panaahon mein aa
ye samaa
ye rut ye nazaare,
dil meraa machalne lagaa
jaane wafaa,
ai dilrubaa,
aise mein aa meri baahon mein aa

lalalalala
lalalalala
lalalalala
lalalalalala
aankhon ne aankhon ki padh li jubaan
mere bhi dil mein umangen hain jawaan
shauk se badhke thaam le baazoo
jaan gayi tere dil mein hai kyaa
ye samaa ye rut ye nazaare,
dil meraa machalne lagaa
jaane wafaa,
ai dilrubaa,
aise mein aa meri baahon mein aa
rok le nigaahon ke ishaare,
tan meraa pighalne lagaa
main hoon teri,
tu hai meraa,
aa mere dil ki panaahon mein aa

4 Responses to "Ye samaa ye rut ye nazaare"

I believe the movie is actually based on Disney’s The Parent Trap which was later remade by Disney with Lindsey Lohan. Also remade in Hindi with Kajol – Kuch Khatti Kuch Meethi.

I actually own the DVD of do kaliyan – one of those 3 movies in one deals – but have not yet seen it, but I know in the Parent Trap the girls actually live in two different countries US and UK and accidently meet at a summer camp.

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oh there have been umpteen movies made on the same storyline: young couple meet in college; fall in love; and marry. the girl in most cases, is rich, with a dominating mother, who interferes in the married life of the happy couple, so the couple separate. but before they separate the babies are already born and stay with a parent each.the girl refuses to remarry. the boy meanwhile works his way up the social ladder so as to attract money loving girls who connive to pack the child out of the way. in between all this the twins would ve met; mostly at some camp; fought with each other; become friends; and discovered that they r siblings. so they decide to exchange places go to the other parent and work up any thing to bring the separated parents together. so alls well that ends well.
this was there in “Pyar Ke Do Pal” with Mithun And JayaPrada as parents; there was Rishi kapoor- Padmini Kolhapure in “Pyar Ke Kabil” and the list goes on

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I quite like this song. Catchy.
I listen to it quite a lot on youtube.

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