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Maan jaaiye maan jaaiye

Posted on: June 20, 2013


“Himmat” (1970) was produced by P Mallikarjuna Rao and directed by Ravikant Nagaich. The movie had Jeetendra, Mumtaz, Prem Chopra, Aruna Irani, Naaz, Asit Sen, Tuntun, Agha, Jagdeep, K N Singh, Sachin etc in it.

I was not aware of this movie during its time. In fact I was not much aware about the songs of this movie. Or so I thought !

Here is a song that I heard a lot on loudspeakers and radio those days and liked it as well without being aware of its details. It is only now, well after four decades later that I have come to know that this song was from “Himmat” (1970) !

The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Rafi. It is picturised on Mumtaz and Jeetendra.

Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala.

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Song-Maan jaaiye maan jaaiye (Himmat)(1970) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Rafi, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

Hmm hmm
maan jaayiye maan jaayiye
baat mere dil ki jaan jaayiye
maan jaayiye maan jaayiye
baat mere dil ki jaan jaayiye
sharam se jhuki aankh
ki ruki saans ki
kya hai marzi pehchaan jaayiye
maan jayiye man jaayiye
baat mere dil ki jaan jaayiye

maan jayiye man jaayiye man jaayiye
baat mere dil ki jaan jaayiye
dilon ki mulaakat ka
jawaan raat ka
kya hai matlab
pehchaan jaayiye
maan jaayiye maan jaayiye
baat mere dil ki jaan jaayiye

pyaar mein ye din raat bade
rangeen hone waale hain
pyaar mein ye din raat bade
rangeen hone waale hain
ek thhe ham phir do huye
ab teen hone waale hain

na giniye aage bas balam
hamaari kasam
aap hain bade hi anjaan jaayiye
maan jaayiye man jaayiye
hmm hmm
baat mere dil ki jaan jaayiye

inn baaton se ek haseena
rooth jaayegi dekho
inn baaton se ek haseena
rooth jaayegi dekho
chup ho jaao neend hamaari
toot jaayegi dekho
yahaan neend ka kaam kya
liya naam kya
aap hain bade hi nadaan jaayiye

ho
maan jayiye man jaayiye man jaayiye
baat mere dil ki jaan jaayiye

aa aa aa
hmm hmm hmm
aa aa aa
hmm hmm hmm

wo harjaayee jo chhede
takraar aise mausam mein
wo harjaayee jo chhede
takraar aise mausam mein
paas to aa ke tum dekho
ik baar aise mausam mein

magar aapka kya yakeen
nahin jee nahin
aap hain bade hi beimaan jaayiye
maan jaayiye maan jaayiye
hmm hmm
baat mere dil ki jaan jaayiye
maan jaayiye man jaayiye

hmm hmm
baat mere dil ki jaan jaayiye

9 Responses to "Maan jaaiye maan jaaiye"

‘Farz’ was the movie that gave a fillip to Jeetendra’s career. Tight white pants, white shoes, caveman antics to impress his heroine. And foot tapping songs. Thus was born ‘Jumping Jack Jeetu’! If I’m not wrong, ‘Himmat’ came just after ‘Farz’. In ‘Himmat’ Mumtaz dresses like a male, prompting Jeetu to burst into a song, “Hai shukar ki tu hai ladka, tujhe dekh mera dil dhadka…”! Need I say more? Oh yeah, ‘Himmat’ fared very well at the box office. Before you think I’m a prude, let me add that I was in college when I saw ‘Himmat’. Along with my friends and everyone else in the theatre, I too had contributed my quota of ‘seetees’ whenever Jeetendra had jumped about and sang songs, wooed Mumtaz and beaten the hell out of Prem Chopra in the end!

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By the way Atul do we expect Rafi’s 2000th song by July 31st?

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Video removed by YouTube.

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No, the video is not removed! I’m watching the song. However, there’s a speech in the background that really jars!

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the film was hit because this song and the screen-chemistry between jeetu and mumu.

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actually there was an error message in the morning stating that the video has been removed by youtube.
this movie was later remade in the late 80s with Sunny Deol and DImple Kapadia. i think it was “Aag Ka Gola” it was directed by David Dhawan before he discovered his comic success with Govinda movies.

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You took me right back to my college days, when this song was a big hit. Jeetu really looks like he is made of rubber or plastic, with all the movements he is doing! In any case, this is a nice song, hummable. Thanks, Atul!

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