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Haay tu hi gaya mohe bhool re

Posted on: December 22, 2011


“Kathputli” (1957) is a movie produced by Sreerangam Production.Amiya Chakravarty and Nitin Bose were the directors of this movie. The movie had Balraj Sahni, VYjyantimala, Kamla Laxman, Jawahar Kaul, Agha, Sheela Kashmiri, Poonam etc in this movie.

I have discussed two songs from this movie in the past. Here is another song from the movie. This song is sung by Lata and it is picturised on Kamla Laxman. This is a fantastic dance performance given by Kamla Laxman.

Shailendra is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shankar Jaikishan.

For trivia buffs, Kamla Laxman was married to cartoonist R K Laxman for some time before they separated.

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Song-Haay tu hi gaya mohe bhool re (Kathputli)(1957) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Shailendra, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics

haaye tu hi gayaa mohe bhool re
haaye tu hi gayaa mohe bhool re
main hoon tere jeewan ki raagini
main hoon tere jeewan ki raagini
haaye tu hi gayaa mohe bhool re
haaye tu hi gayaa mohe bhool re

tere naghme taare ban kar
taare ban kar
tere naghme taare ban kar
taare ban kar
chamken sab ke pyaare ban kar
pyaare ban kar
chamken sab ke pyaare ban kar
haaye tu hi gayaa mohe bhool re
haaye tu hi gayaa mohe bhool re
main hoon tere jeewan ki raagini
main hoon tere jeewan ki raagini
haaye tu hi gayaa mohe bhool re
haaye tu hi gayaa mohe bhool re

phir se aisaa raag sunaa re
raag sunaa re
phir se aisaa raag sunaa re
raag sunaa re
jhoom uthen ye gham ke maare
gham ke maare
jhoom uthen ye gham ke maare
haaye tu hi gayaa mohe bhool re
haaye tu hi gayaa mohe bhool re
main hoon tere jeewan ki raagini
main hoon tere jeewan ki raagini
haaye tu hi gayaa mohe bhool re
haaye tu hi gayaa mohe bhool re

7 Responses to "Haay tu hi gaya mohe bhool re"

Atul ji,
KATHPUTALI-1957 was directed by Amiya Chakrawarty.
There is a background to this film.
Amiya Chakrawarty was a canteen manager in Bombay Talkies.Gyan mukherjee,Ashok kumar,Sawak Watchha,S.Mukherjee and few others left Bombay Talkies,while Amiya remained loyal and stuck around.While in B.Talkies,there was intense competetion between Gyan Mukherjee and Ameeya.It continued even after they separated.
Gyan M. made Kismet,Ameeya made Basant on the same story and same Heroine Mumtaj Shanti.Both films were hits.
GM made Shamsher,Amiya made Badal on the same story.
GM made Sitaronse Aagey,Amiya made Kathputali on the same story and same Heroine.
Unfortunately both died before their respective films were released and the competetion ended there.
-AD

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hullo Arun Sir
Atul just mentioned in one of today’s posts that u r our IN-HOUSE ENCYCLOPEDIA for old obscure movies and u ve given info about a 200 movies so far,
thank you so much sir.
the anecdote about this movie is also very interesting
thanks once again

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Peevesie’s Mom ji,
Thank you for your kind words.
-AD

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Fascinating anecdotes 🙂

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That is a very interesting information indeed.

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Arunji,
Aap jab bhi tour pe chale jaate ho tab hum aapki aur aapki yeh “pehchaan” ki kitni kami mehsoos karte hai yeh aap nahin jaan te. The “back ground story” that you provide for the movie is more interesting to me than the Lyrics of the movie. And I mean it.

Yeh competetion hi aadmi ko complete kar deti hai. Wish they both never copmpeted. Lekin aakhir me hum insaan hi to hai. I always have loved Amiyaa C. movies.

-Khyati Bhatt

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Khyati ji,
Yeh mera param saubhagya hai ki aap meri tippaniyan pasand kartin hain.
Dhanyavaad !
-AD

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