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Baaghon mein khilte hain phool

Posted on: September 14, 2011


“Suhaag Sindoor” (1961) is a Chandra Films production. This film was directed by R Krishnan and S Panju. This movie had Manoj Kumar, Mala Sinha, Balraj Sahni,Johny Walker, Shubha Khote, Raj Mehra, Kanhaiyyalal, ulhas, Leela Mishra,Shammi etc in it.

I have not watched the movie and so I have no idea about this movie. imdb for a change actually has some information about this movie and the preview appears quite interesting. Whether the movie itself is actually just as interesting is the question. I request our knowledgeable readers to tell us more about this movie.

Here is a song from this movie. This song is a duet sung by Talat Mehmood and Lata. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist and music is composed by Chitragupta.

The song is picturised on Manoj Kumar and Mala Sinha.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by nahm.

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Song-Baaghon mein khilte hain phool (Suhaag Sindoor) (1961) Singers-Talat Mehmood,Lata,Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan,MD-Chitragupta

Lyrics(Lyrics by nahm)

Baagon mein khilte hain phool
qasam teri aankhon ki khaa ke
baagon mein khilte hain phool
qasam teri aankhon ki khaa ke
aayi samajh mein jo bhool
gire tere qadmon mein aa ke
aayi samajh mein jo bhool
gire tere qadmon mein aa ke

ghoonghat ke peechhe
ye roop saada
badli mein jaise
ho chaand aadha
ghoonghat ke peechhe
ye roop saada
badli mein jaise
ho chaand aadha
tum mere sapnon ke
natkhat Kanhaiyya
tum mere sapnon ke
natkhat Kanhaiyya
main hoon tumhaare
khwaabon ki Raadha

ho ho ho
baagon mein khilte hain phool
qasam teri aankhon ki khaa ke
aayi samajh mein jo bhool
gire tere qadmon mein aa ke

aankhon mein rakhna
dil mein basaana
dharti ke zarre ko
taara banaana
aankhon mein rakhna
dil mein basaana
dharti ke zarre ko
taara banaana

jeewan ki raahon ke
maasoom saathi
jeewan ki raahon ke
maasoom saathi
teri nazar pe lutaa doon zamaanaa
ho ho ho
baagon mein khilte hain phool
qasam teri aankhon ki khaa ke
aayi samajh mein jo bhool
gire tere qadmon mein aa ke

5 Responses to "Baaghon mein khilte hain phool"

Atul ji,
SUHAG SINDOOR(1961),a Chandra films production,produced by the owner Chandra Desai,was directed by the popular southern duo of Krishnan Panju,in a typical south Indian style.It had lot of twists,subplots and coincidences to make the matters complicated and everything fits into places like a jigsaw, paving a way for the customary group photo in the end.
Ratan(Manoj kumar)is son of a moneylender-sawkar-Mr.Dayashanker(Kanhaiyalal) and also Air Force Pilot.When he starts on home leave,Ramu(Balraj Sahni),an Army Officer gives a Briefcase to him to be given to his sister in the same town.Ratan loses the address paper enroute and is unable to deliver the B/C.Ramu’s sister dies without medicines leaving her young daughter Ratna alone.In due course of time Ratan falls in love with,now grown up,Ratna(Mala Sinha) and they marry against Dayashankar’s will and get thrown out of the house.They happily live elsewhere(No silly questions like,what about Ratan’s Air force job etc.please).Ratna,now named Chanda is pregnant.Dayashanker lies to her that Ratan does not want her anymore and lies to Ratan that Chanda is dead.(They naively believe all this) and Ratan is ready to marry Nalini(Padma Chavan) daughter of a Lawyer(Ulhas).
Meanwhile,Ramu comes back form war,wounded,hospitalised and recovered,only to find out that sis is dead and niece is lost.Ramu stays with Gulabi(Shubha Khote)and pulls Rikshaws for livelyhood( Hey,what about Army Pensions etc ?).Chanda delivers baby,gives to Golabi and attempts suicide,is saved by Budhist Monks.
Ramu finds her,knows all details and is ready to kill Ratan on the day of his wedding.After many melodramatic scenes,revealations etc,the puzzle is solved and evrybody is reasonably satisfied with answers.
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Atul ji,
SUHAG SINDOOR(1961),a Chandra films production,produced by the owner Chandra Desai,was directed by the popular southern duo of Krishnan Panju,in a typical south Indian style.It had lot of twists,subplots and coincidences to make the matters complicated and everything fits into places like a jigsaw, paving a way for the customary group photo in the end.
Ratan(Manoj kumar)is son of a moneylender-sawkar-Mr.Dayashanker(Kanhaiyalal) and also Air Force Pilot.When he starts on home leave,Ramu(Balraj Sahni),an Army Officer gives a Briefcase to him to be given to his sister in the same town.Ratan loses the address paper enroute and is unable to deliver the B/C.Ramu’s sister dies without medicines leaving her young daughter Ratna alone.In due course of time Ratan falls in love with,now grown up,Ratna(Mala Sinha) and they marry against Dayashankar’s will and get thrown out of the house.They happily live elsewhere(No silly questions like,what about Ratan’s Air force job etc.please).Ratna,now named Chanda is pregnant.Dayashanker lies to her that Ratan does not want her anymore and lies to Ratan that Chanda is dead.(They naively believe all this) and Ratan is ready to marry Nalini(Padma Chavan) daughter of a Lawyer(Ulhas).
Meanwhile,Ramu comes back form war,wounded,hospitalised and recovered,only to find out that sis is dead and niece is lost.Ramu stays with Gulabi(Shubha Khote)and pulls Rikshaws for livelyhood( Hey,what about Army Pensions etc ?).Chanda delivers baby,gives to Golabi and attempts suicide,is saved by Budhist Monks.
Ramu finds her,knows all details and is ready to kill Ratan on the day of his wedding.After many melodramatic scenes,revealations etc,the puzzle is solved and evrybody is reasonably satisfied with answers.
Click !
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