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Wo ek haseen ladki jo bas laajawaab thhi

Posted on: November 1, 2012


“Aakraman” (1975) was a title that came as a surprise to me. Those were the days when Hindi movies did not have titles in Textbook Hindi. “Aakraman” is Hindi/ Sanskrit for “Attack”. The tendency for movie makers those days was the use a word like “Hamla” instead of “Aakraman”, even though it was a word of normal usage in Hindi textbooks. That way one needs to give some credit to the makers of this movie that he used a Hindi title for a Hindi movie.

This movie was produced by Jagdish Kumar and it was directed by J Om Prakash. This movie was a war movie. This movie had Ashok Kumar, Sanjeev Kumar, Rakesh Roshan, Rekha, Sujit Kumar, Farida Jalal, Asrani, Keshto Mukherji, Mumtaz Shanti,Rajesh Khanna etc.

This movie had songs that I regarded as ordinary songs at that time, but with the passage of time I have grudgingly come ound to the view that even the ordinary songs of those days were good enough to become memorable and be regarded as classics with passage of time.

When I look at the lyrics, I feel that the lyrics are plain ordinary. But then Kishore Kumar had the voice to turn even ordinary lyrics and routine music into an extremely hummable composition. And this song is a very good example of that.

The song is written by Anand Bakshi and its music is compose by Laxmikant Pyarelal. The song is picturised on Rakesh Roshan, Rekha, Sanjeev Kumar and Sopariwala.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra who mentions that the stanzas in the audio and video versions of this song get interchanged. The lyrics provided here are based on the picturised version.

Video

Audio

Song-Wo ek haseen ladki jo bas laajawaab thhi (Aakraman)(1975) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

ae…. hamnasheen
ek naazneen
aati hai yaad
bhoolee nahin

woh ek haseen ladki
jo bas laajawaab thhi
woh ek haseen ladki
jo bas laajawaab thhi
achchi thhi woh
badi achchi thhi woh
magar meri qismet kharaab thhi
achchi thhi woh
badi achchi thhi woh
magar meri qismet kharaab thhi
woh ek haseen ladki
jo bas laajawaab thhi
achchi thi woh
badi achchi thhi woh
magar meri qismet
kharaab thhi

hmmhmmmhmmm….
hmhmmmhmmm
do chaar mulaaqaaton… se
main aagey na badh sakaa
jee main aagey na badh sakaa
do chaar mulaaqaaton… se
main aagey naa badh sakaa
jee main aagey na badh sakaa
aisi thhi koyee baat
jisse main na padh sakaa
haan jisse main naa padh sakaa
chehre pe usske likhi
chehre pe usske likhi huyee
ek kitaab thhi
haayye
achchi thhi woh
badi achchi thhi woh
magar meri qismet kharaab thhi
woh ek haseen ladki
jo bas laajawaab thhi
achchi thhi woh
badi achchi thhi woh
magar meri qismet
kharaab thhi

jiss waqt woh gayee
jee huaa ranz se bojhal
jee huaa ranz se bojhal
jiss waqt woh gayee…eeeee
jee huaa ranz se bojhal
jee huaa ranz se bojhal
uss waqt saamne…eeee
padi thi mej pe botal
pathi thi mej pe botal
bothal lagaayee munh se
bothal lagaaye munhh se toh
ussmein sharaab thhi
haayye…
achchi thhi woh
badi achchi thhi woh
magar meri qismet kharaab thhi
woh ek haseen ladki
haseen ladki
jo bas laajawaab thhi
achchi thhi woh
badi achchi thhi woh
ajee achchi thhi woh
hmm hmm hmmh mmmm hmm hmm

4 Responses to "Wo ek haseen ladki jo bas laajawaab thhi"

who is sopariwala ?

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Sopaariwala is the “goraa”guy who sits in front of Rakesh Roshan and drinks,at the starting of the video (0:05)(He must be one of the junior artistes at that era, who appeared in most of the party sequences in Hindi movies)
I identified him,on the basis of dicussion held at Greta ji(i.e.,Memsaabstory blog)`s blog. I am not very sure about it.I have read that guy`s name as Sopaariwala 1 year back. (May be right or may not be right) Just while writing the names of actors who appeared in the song sequences, I have written his name.

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