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Chori chori chupke chupke

Posted on: July 1, 2012


“Aap Ki Kasam” (1974) was a Filmyug Private Limited production. It was produced and directed by J Omprakash. The movie had Rajesh Khanna, Mumtaz, Sanjeev Kumar, Lolita Chatterjee, Rehman, Ranjeet, Asrani, Jayashree.T., Keshto Mukherjee, Dina Pathak, A.K.Hangal, Junior Mehmood, V.Gopal, Ruby Myers(aka senior Sulochana), Ratna, Master Chickoo, Murad, Sunder, Brahm Bhardwaj, Satyen Kappu etc in it.

The movie was one of the last movies of Rajesh Khanna as a superstar and also opposite Mumtaz, before his decline began.

The songs of this movie were superb, and are remembered to this day. I have discussed as many as five songs from this movie in the past. Here is another song from the movie. This song is sung by Lata. It is picturised as a get together song where Mumtaz, playing the wife of a jealous Rajesh Khanna is asked to sing a song, with Sanjeev Kumar, her ex flame, playing the sitar. And Rajesh Khanna, suspecting the two of them of carrying out an affair, drowns himself in alcohol, as the other guests listen to the song, motionless and grim faced, which was the code of conduct for guests invited to such get togethers in Hindi movies. 🙂

Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

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Song-Chori chori chupke chupke (Aap Ki Kasam)(1974) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Anand Nakshi, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

aaa aaa aaa aaaa aaa aaaa
aaaa aaaa..aaa aaa aaa aaaa

chori chori chupke chupke
chori chori chupke chupke
palkon ke peeche se chupke
keh gayeen saari batiyaan
ankhiyaan,
woh ankhiyaan,
ye ankhiyaan
do ankhiyaan

chori chori chupke chupke
palkon ke peeche se chupke
keh gayeen saari batiyaan
ankhiyaan,
woh ankhiyaan,
ye ankhiyaan
do ankhiyaan

honthon par thha laaj ka pehraa
dhadak gayaa ye dil na thehraa
ho
hothon par thha laaj ka pehraa
dhadak gayaa ye dil na thehraa
ban gayeen prem ki patiyaan
ankhiyaan,
woh ankhiyaan,
ye ankhiyaan
do ankhiyaan

kuchh na poocho raam duhaayee
aane ko to neend bhi aayee
ho….ooo
kuchh na poocho raam duhaayee
aane ko to neend bhi aayee
jaageen saari ratiyaan
ankhiyaan,
woh ankhiyaan,
ye ankhiyaan
do ankhiyaan

laakh chhupaaye meera rani
manmohan ki prem deewaani
deewaani
laakh chhupaaye meera rani
manmohan ki prem deewaani
jaan gayeen
jaan gayeen
jaan gayeen
ho…o…
jaan gayeen sab sakhiyaan
ankhiyaan,
woh ankhiyaan,
ye ankhiyaan
do ankhiyaan

chori chori chupke chupke
palkon ke peeche se chupke
keh gayeen saari batiyaan
ankhiyaan,
woh ankhiyaan,
ye ankhiyaan
do ankhiyaan

7 Responses to "Chori chori chupke chupke"

If my memory serves me right,
Sanjeev kumar, in this movie is just a good neighbour( harassed by his jhagdaaloo,shakki wife-Lolita Chatterjee)who seeks solace in life by talking with neighbouring lovely husband & wife couple Mumtaz and rajesh khanna.
And Yes, I think there is an easy & more camraderie between Mumtaz and sanjeev kumar, which makes Mumtaz`s husband rajesh khanna to suspect his wife`s fidelty.(There is one or two incidents that leads rajesh to suspect his wife-
1)entry of a burglar(cameo played by Ranjeet) who hides himself under the bed of rajesh khanna in his bedroom
2)rajesh loves his wife very much and he is very possessive and get disturbed by Mumtaz giving more attention to sanjeev than him when he returns from office)

I didn`t know I remember these much story contents of the movie. Crazy me!! I just typed and typed…Call it Movie creaze!!!

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Hi Atul
Hope you ve seen the movie. i think not.
the story doesn’t ve mumtaz & sabjeev kumar as ex lovers. actually the story is that rajesh khanna knows that sanjeev kumar has an unhappy marriage. he has seen sanjeev kumar getting friendly with his (rk’s) new bride. he has also seen his wife show sympathy to SK. now when RK asks her to sing at the party she shows the usual filmy “nakhras” but when SK offers to play an instrument with her song she agrees. that is y RK is sulking & drinking. then the movie goes on to show that he keeps doubting his friend & wife all the time. he is basically an insecure type of person. he later feels that SK’s wife ditches him bcoz he was BAD to RK.thats when SK tells him that he knew all along that his (SK) wife had married him (SK) due to family pressures and not for love. whereas Rk’s wife loved him (RK) & he (RK) killed his own marriage with his doubting nature. so then RK goes to seek forgiveness but by then they r divorced and she has remarried.
so thats the synopsis of the movie for u

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did SK know how to play sitar? his fingers seem to be very fluent or is it just that he is good at imitating? I wonder.

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‘Aap ki Kasam’ was loosely based on a Malayalam movie ‘Vaazhve Maayam’. But I must say the original was much better. Satyan and Sheila were in the lead roles. Sanjeev’s role was done by K P Ummer. Both Satyan and Ummer are colleagues working in the Electricity board. Satyan was never a handsome man. He was quite dark and very ordinary looking. But he was such a great actor!
In ‘Vaazhve Maayam’, Ummer’s wife is an uncouth character, but he loves very much though they have nothing in common. Ummer often visits Satyan~Sheila. Unlike the Hindi version, Satyan is not possessive of his beautiful wife but the seeds of suspicion are sown when once as he reaches home at night, he sees a person jumping over their wall. His behaviour towards wife changes gradually. Sheila doesn’t understand why he’s quite cold towards her. One day he tells her that he’s going out of town. Without her knowledge, he hides himself in the cupboard. That night, when she innocently opens the cupboard, she’s stunned to see him hiding inside.There’s a huge confrontation between them as accusations and counter accusations are traded. Finally, she packs her bags and leaves him and goes back to her parents.
Satyan is unrepentant and stops speaking to Ummer, who’s puzzled by what has happened. Soon, divorce papers arrive at his doorstep. He signs them without a moment’s pause. One night, Satyan once again sees the shadowy figure of someone scaling the wall of his house. He gives chase and catches the ‘burglar’. It turns out that this person was the paramour of Ummer’s wife! She begs Satyan to keep it a secret from her husband.
Satyan, filled with shame and remorse rushes to Sheila’s house but it’s too late. Her parents like him very much but they sadly inform him that she has already married the lawyer who had handled her divorce case! He returns a broken man and begins drinking. Years later, he gets a wedding invitation of his daughter! He never knew that Sheila was pregnant when she had left him! He attends the wedding, where he is welcomed by his ex-wife and her husband. The daughter is a spitting image of the mother (Sheila in a double role)
On the way back, his grief is inconsolable. When the car reaches his home, his driver discovers that Satyan is dead. Sheila too dies of a broken heart. It’s only after watching the movie, one realises that poor Ummer never knows that he had unknowingly played a role in the break up of this couple. And, he never knows that his own wife was a nasty two timer!
‘Aap ki Kasam’, I’m sorry to say, was not a patch on ‘Vaaazhve Maayam’….

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that means the movie Aap Ki Kasam was completely remade from malayalam including the shadowy figure (Ranjeet) scaling SK’s wall.and the confrontation scene where Mumtaz finds RK behind a curtain & the 2 main male leads being colleagues at work.

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We are basically song lovers, let us not get too much involved in the film plots and start comparing one with another remakes, originals are most of the time better.
Now in this song there are two things worth noticing. One, Sitar. RD has kept the sitar throughout the song. And it has been played beautifully. Sanjeev has acted beautifully in this scene. And those interested in such matters, please compare this scene with his scene in Silsila where he is the jealous husband and his wife flirts with Amitabh in the song Rang Barse. Now that’s acting!

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