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Hameen se muhabbat hameen se ladaayi

Posted on: January 25, 2014

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It was during my 1970s when I was in the prime of my movie watching age. It does not mean that I was getting to watch lots of movies those days though. I did not get to watch any movies from six years straight from mid 1972 to mid 1978 and thus I was deprived of movie watching during my prime movie watching age. 🙂

Later, when I got more freedom, as I became a college student, I started watching movies with a vengeance as if to make up for lost time. I had not watched movies like “Seeta Aur Geeta” (1972) :), “Zanjeer” (1973), “Deewaar” (1975), “Sholay” (1975), “Jai Santoshi Maa” (1975) :), “Hum Kisi Se Kam Nahin” (1977) etc during their initial run because their release coincided with my movie watching blackout period !

When the shackles were broken, I watched the current as well as older movies as they would come to the movie halls of my town. There were only twelve movie halls in the town and I would leave no movie hall unvisited no matter how far they were located. Fortunately, all but three movie halls were located nearby. Six movie halls were located on one single road called “Main Road” and this was the road that I needed to come from in order to commute between my home and college.

I only wanted to watch movies of 1970s. Movies of earlier years were far too old and boring for my taste. I had heard about old time actors such as Dilip Kumar, Dev Anand, Raj Kapoor etc, but they all are old and boring actors as far as I was concerned.

However, I decided that I needed to watch even older movies by grinning and bearing them, if necessary. 🙂

That is how I began to watch a few old movies. When I look back at those days, I require that movie halls that screened old movies did not do that with the purpose of enabling moviegoers to watch old classics. They played these movies because they could not afford to get the current movies. So they would try to screen older movies that were as recent as posssible. So they would mostly try to screen movies of 1960s. Movies of 1950s and earlier decades would not been screened because these movies were black and white movies and movie watchers would feel cheated on the prospect of watching black and white movies. 🙂

The movie hall which was the most broke and which invariably screened old movies was called “Rupashree”. This movie hall was the very first movie hall of not just the town but the entire province ! And one can see that the movie hall owners had not bothered to un=pgrade the facilities in the movie hall even since. it was the only movie hall without a balcony. Its seats were badly torn and the walls were dirty and stained with “paan” juice liberally sprinkled on them by the movie watchers.

Going to a movie hall like this was beneath the dignity of most “decent” movie watchers. But still I had no option but to go and buy the ticket of the rear stall and watch movies in the company of other movie watchers who had no pretentions of being refined in their tastes.

It was in this movie that I watched “Dil Ne Phir Yaad Kiya” (1966) and “Leader” (1964). I was a revelattion to see that “Dil Ne Phir Yaad Kiya” (1966) had such superb songs, though the movie itself turned out to be a big let down.

When I watched “Leader” (1964), I found the movie and its actor quite dated by the standards of 1970s. Anyone before Rajesh Khanna was ancient by my standards those days. The story of the movie appeared far too contrived to me but I kept watching the movie and tried to “like” it the best I could. The music of the movie was boring to me as well, since music composed by any music director who came before R D Burman was boring to me those days.

When one looks at the list of songs that are mainly discussed in the blog, readers may wonder what I am talking about. But yes, my taste in music as well as movies have undergone a sea change as I “matured”. 🙂

“Leader” (1964) had lots of songs in it as was the practice in movies those days and almost all were songs were familiar to most as these songs would be often heard on radios and loudspeakers.

Here is one of the well known songs from the movie. This song is sung by rafi. It is picturised as a “teasing cum expression of love” genre of song on Dilip Kumar and Vyjyanti Mala.

Shakeel Badayuni is the lyricist. Music is composed by Naushad.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by nahm.

With this, “Leader” (1964) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.



Song-Hameen se muhabbat hameen se ladaayi (Leader)(1964) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Shakeel Badayuni, MD-Naushad

Lyrics(Provided by nahm)

hameen se mohabbat hameen se ladaayi
hameen se mohabbat hameen se ladaayi
arrey maar daala duhaayi duhaayi
arrey maar daala duhaayi duhaayi
abhi naa-samajh ho utthaao na khanjar
abhi naa-samajh ho utthaao na khanjar
kahin mud na jaaye tumhaari kalaayi
arrey maar daala duhaayi duhaayi

sitam aaj mujh par jo tum dhhaa rahi ho
badi khoobsoorat nazar aa rahi ho
ye jee chaahta hai ke khud jaan de doon
ye jee chaahta hai ke khud jaan de doon
muhobbat mein aaye na tum par buraayi
arrey maar daala duhaayi duhaayi

hamen husn ki har adaa hai gawaara
haseenon ka gussa bhi lagtaa hai pyaara
udhar tum ne teer-e-nazar dil pe maara
udhar tum ne teer-e-nazar dil pe maara
idhar ham ne bhi jaan kar chot khaayi
hameen se mohabbat hameen se ladaayi
arrey maar daala duhaayi duhaayi

karo khoon tum yoon na mere jigar kaa
bas ik waar kaafi hai tirchhi nazar kaa aa
yahi pyaar ko aazmaane ke din hain
yahi pyaar ko aazmaane ke din hain
kiye jaao ham se yoonhi bewafaayi
hameen se muhabbat hameen se ladaayi
arrey maar daala duhaayi duhaayi

ho o o
o o o
abhi naa-samajh ho utthaao na khanjar
abhi naa-samajh ho utthaao na khanjar
kahin mud na jaaye tumhaari kalaayi
arrey maar daala duhaayi duhaayi

1 Response to "Hameen se muhabbat hameen se ladaayi"

Enjoyed the post !
Congratulations Atul ji and Nahm ji on this film ‘Leader-1964’ joining to the ‘list of movies-all songs covered’!


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