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Shin alif daal ye shaadi mere yaar ki

Posted on: February 12, 2014

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“Dil Bhi Tera Ham Bhi Tere” (1960) was directed by Arjun Hingorani for Kanwar Kala Mandir Productions. The movie had Balraj Sahni, Usha Kiran, Kumkum, Sushil, Mohan Choti, Jankidas, Dharmendra, Hari Shivdasani etc in it.

Nine songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the tenth song from the movie.

When the ninth song from the movie was discussed, then it was pointed out that HFGK mentions only nine songs in the movie and that the ninth song discussed was the second part of a song that opened with “Shin Alif Daal..”.

I was on the look out for the remaining two songs when I read in myswar that the movie had ten songs in it and so two songs were missing. Most online sites claiming to contin all songs and other details onf this movie only contain the eight songs that were already discussed. My search led me to the video of the two remaining songs on YT and I also managed to find an audio of the two songs in one single link. The over six minutes long audio began with the words “shin alif..”and just over one and a half minute later it changes into “jitni dil ki baat chhupaayee”. So the two songs follow one after the other. But the two songs sound different from each other and so coomon sense suggests taht the two songs are separate songs. So I think that in this case myswar seems to have got the fact correct. Instead of this being one single case, it could well be a case of one song following another as often happens in Hindi movies (For example, we have one song following other in movies like “Guide”(1965), “Ham Kisi Se Kam Nahin” (1977) etc.

Personally I feel that these two song from “Dil Bhi Tera Ham Bhi Tere” (1960) sound like two separate songs.

We have so far discussed nine songs from the movie. So here is the tenth and final song from the movie. This song has the voice of Manna Dey and a female voice that could be Suman Kalyanpur though I am not sure. For that matter even online sources are not sure and unanimous either. Some sources tell us that it is a female solo sung by Suman Kalyanpur whereas another sounce tells us that this song is sung by Manna Dey and Lata !

The song is picturised as a baaraat dance song (it is sort of like a “mera yaar bana hai Doolha” genre of song, except that the song of this mukhda had not yet been created by that time). I am unable to identify the familiar looking actors who figure in the picturisation of this song. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify the actors in the picturisation.

The lyrics are in Urdu and I am unable to get the lyrics correct to my satisfaction (for that matter the lyrics of this song doing the rounds on internet is even more unsatisfactory). I request our readers with keener ears and understanding of Urdu to point out the errors in the lyrics.

Lyrics of this song is written by K L Pardesi. Music is composed by Kalyanji Aanndji.

With this song, “Dil Bhi Tera Ham Bhi Tere” (1960) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.

Song-Shin alif daal ye shaadi mere yaar ki(Dil bhi tera ham bhi tere) (1960) Singers-Manna Dey, Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics-K L Pardesi, MD-Kalyanji Anandji


dhin ta dhita
dhin ta dhita
dhin ta dhita
dhin ta dhita

shin alif daal ye shaadi mere yaar ki
hoy shin alif daal ye shaadi mere yar ki
shin alif daal ye shaadi mere yaar ki
hoy shin alif daal ye shaadi mere yaar ki
yeh zere alif te baaraat aayegi dildaar ki
hoy zere alif te baaraat aayegi dildaar ki
shin alif daal ye shaadi mere yaar ki
hoy shin alif daal ye shaadi mere yaar ki
rotiyaan pakwaayenge
halwa poori khaayenge
thaath se din jaayenge
nahin nahin nahin nahin nahin nahin
tandoori chicken khaayega
biryaani udaayega
hum go gaayega
walla maza aayega
walla maza aayega
zere alif te baaraat aayegi dildaar ki
hoy zere alif te baaraat aayegi dildaar ki
shin alif daal ye shaadi mere yaar ki
hoy shin alif daal ye shaadi mere yaar ki
shin alif daal ye shaadi mere yaar ki
hoy shin alif daal ye shaadi mere yaar ki

7 Responses to "Shin alif daal ye shaadi mere yaar ki"

Atul ji ‘Congratulations on covering all songs of this movie-Dil bhi tera ham bhi tere-1960 and its joining to the List of Movies-all songs covered’!
all the hard work done has finally resulted in success! congrats …


I can identify a young Mohan Choti, a young Dharmendra and Balraj Sahni.


Atul ji,
As mentioned right now,in the List of song-moviewise , only 8 songs (actually 7 but one is multi version song,so it is 8) are mentioned.
Two songs,namely
1.Sheen alif daal- singer-Suman kalyanpur and ‘anya swar’ and
2. Jitni dil ki baat chhupai-part 2 of above song
were balance. No. 1 is posted today. What about the othe song ?
may be it is also posted but remains to be included in the Movie wise list.
This needs to be checked again.
The HFGK lists a total of 10 songs for this film.


The ninth soong was posted yesterday.

These two songs are not yet updated in the list of songs as of now.


I agree with you, Atul-ji, that songs coming one after the other, in the films, are most of the time separate songs. A very good example is from Madan Mohan’s ‘Dekh Kabira Roya’. Song, ‘Meri Bina Tum Bin Roye’ is followed by ‘Askon Se teri Hamne Tasweer Banaayee Hai’ to be followed by ‘Tu Pyar Kare Ya Thukaraaye’. (It is a different matter that I have included them as one in my RaagMaala.preesentation).


Hello – We’ve added Manna Dey to “Shin Alif…” on MySwar. As noted already, “Shin Alif..” is listed as Part 1 and “Jitni Dil..” as Part 2 in Geet Kosh. While Part 2 has a record number listed against it, Part 1 does not – perhaps because Part 1 was never part of any audio release.
On a separate note – if you have any questions for us, or notice a mistake on MySwar, we can address it if you let us know at admin AT myswar DOT com.


shin alif daal ye shaadi mere yaar ki
be re alif te baraat aayegi dildaar ki

Urdu spellings :

shin alif daal ye – shaadi
be re alif te – baraat

One line from Suman Kalyanpure’s portion is missing :

bhaabhi ko ghar laayenge


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