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Bahut door mujhe chale jaana hai

Posted on: September 26, 2012


In Hindi movies, the hero is often a small kid in the first reel who then transforms into the grown up hero in the blink of an eye. The kid who plays the role of the young hero shares the same hair style, dress and mannerism that the grown up hero is known for. Thus master Mayur (playing Amitabh Bachchan’s childhood role) would sport the same hairstyle and dress that Amitabh Bachchan was known for, and he would in fact even sing love song for the small girl who would later grow up to become the heroine. 🙂

When it came to Dev Saab, his childhood avatar is often played by Master Satyajeet. The movie “Hare Rama Hare Krishna”(1971) readily comes to mind where Master Satyajeet is shown sporting the same dress, hairstyle and mannerism while singing the song that would serve as the family reunion song later, viz the song Phoolon kaa taaron kaa sabkaa kehnaa hai . At one moment, it is Master Mayur that we are watching, and the next moment he morphs into Dev Anand.

I just realised that the two of them shared another thing in common (almost) and that was their birthdays. Master Satyajeet was born on 25 september and Dev Anand was born on 26 september. So it is just like a Hindi movie song. We see Master Satyajeet celebrating his birthday, and the next thing we know, it is the birthday of Dev Saab.

Dev Anand (26 september 1923- 3 december 2011) was a heartthrob of millions from 1950s onwards. He began playing hero opposite the likes of Waheeda Rehman and Nutan, and before we knew, he was playing hero opposite Zeenat Aman and Parveen Babi, and later on opposite Tina Munim !

On the occasion of Dev Anand’s birthday, here is a lovely song from “Heera Panna” (1973). This was a Navketan movie which was produced and directed by Dev Anand. The movie had Dev Anand, Zeenat Aman, Rakhi, Paintal, Jeevan, Manmohan, Sheetal, Sudheer, Maruti, A. K. Hangal, Mac Mohan, Rehman, Dev Anand, Dheeraj Kumar etc in it.

This song is a duet which is sung by Lata and Kishore Kumar and it is picturised on Rakhi and Dev Anand. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Peevesie’s mom.

Audio

Video

Song-Bahut door mujhe chale jaana hai (Heera Panna)(1973) Singers-Lata, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-R D Burman
Lata + Kishore Kumar

Lyrics(Provided by Peevesie’s mom)

Bahut door mujhe chale jaana hai
bahut nazdeek mujhe aana hai
teri baahon mein mujhe aaj mar jaana hai
bahut door mujhe chale jaana hai
bahut nazdeek mujhe aana hai
teri baahon mein mujhe aaj mar jaana hai
kissi ko iss jagah pe nahin aana hai
kissi ko iss jagah se nahin jaana hai
teri baahon mein mujhe aaj mar jaana hai

jaane miley ya ma miley
phir aisi tanhaayi
dil ki lagi lene lagi
seene mein angdaayi

ho mujhko chhupa le
dil mein basaa le
dekh bura yeh zamaana aaa
hai ae ae
hmm mm
kissi ko iss jagah pe nahin aana hai
kissi ko iss jagah se nahin jaana hai

ho teri baahon mein mujhe aaj mar jaana hai

kya zindagi ee
kat jaayegi ee
b teri yaadon mein
yeh raat bhi dhal jaayegi
kya yoon hi waadon mein

ho armaan nikle
ya jaan nikle
pyaar mera deewaana aa
hai ae ae
hmm hmm
kissi ko iss jagah pe nahin aana hai
kissi ko iss jagah se nahin jaana hai

ho teri baahon mein mujhe aaj mar jaana hai

mere badan mein O sajan
jaagi ek chingaari ee ee
ghut jaayegi
jal jaayegi
iss mein duniya saari
iss ko bujha de
shola banaa de
kehta yeh parwaana aa
hai ae ae
hmm hmm hmm

bahut door mujhe chale jaana hai
bahut nazdeek mujhe aana hai
teri baahon mein mujhe aaj mar jaana hai
aaj mar jaana hai
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
teri baahon mein mujhe aaj mar jaana hai

2 Responses to "Bahut door mujhe chale jaana hai"

Hi Atul
You are an encychlopedia of Hindi songs.I sometimes wonder at the collection of songs you have got and how you remember so many details. Carry on the good work.You have the blessings of Mata Saraswatl!!

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I love this song. This was when Dev was really at the end of his ‘good’ phase. But it coincided with my growing up. I thought he was very handsome, and his movies were fun.

Love his colorful sweater in this song.

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