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Gar tum bura na maano to main tumse pyaar kar loon

Posted on: January 17, 2015


This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

MEHLON KE KHWAAB (1960) was a romantic comedy film produced by Madhubala under the banner of Madhubala Pvt. Ltd. The film was directed by Muhafiz Hyder. The star cast included Madhubala, Pradeep Kumar, Kishore Kumar, Chanchal, Pran, K N Singh, Om Prakash, Praveen Paul, Rashid Khan, Sulochana Chaterjee, Cuckoo etc. The full film is available on the internet albeit with the average video quality.

Asha (Madhubala) and Bela (Chanchal) work as junior artists in Hindi films. They are dreaming of becoming lead stars one day to enjoy the luxuries of life. However, one of the character actresses in the film (Leela Chitnis) cautions them about the vagaries of filmy carrier giving example of her own carrier. Both Asha and Bela see truth in the advice. They return home to overhear the conversation between Asha’s Aunt (Praveen Paul), Uncle (Rashid Khan) and an old man Ratilal who owns a jewellery shop. The deal is that Asha would be married to Ratilal for Rs.10000/-. Asha was about to tell Bela of her impending marriage with Ratilal, the jeweller when a postman delivers a letter to Bela. The letter is an intimation of her winning Rs.15000/- in a crossword puzzle. With that kind of money, both Asha and Bela plan to buy good cloths and jewelleries and go on a holiday to Kashmir. They feel that wealthy men come on holiday in Kashmir and that will facilitate finding husbands for both of them.

Asha and Bela go for shopping. In a jewelers’ shop, they like a diamond studded necklace costing a lakh of rupees. Since the necklace is costly, they settled for an imitation necklace of the same type and leave the real one in the tray. The real one is found stolen and a police report is filed by the jeweller’s shop. After shopping, Asha and Bela run away from home and reach the railway station to catch a train to Pathankot on their way to Kashmir for holiday. In the meanwhile, the thief (Pran), a history sheeter who has stolen the necklace is also at the railway station to run way but seeing a contingent of police forces on the station, he deposits the necklace in the suitcase of Asha. There is one more person (K N Singh) who has been keenly observing the happenings in the railway station. So Asha, Bela, the thief and K N Singh board the train to Pathankot.

As the train starts, Rajan (Kishore Kumar), a vagabond, boards the running train and by mistake he lands himself in the coupe in which Asha and Bela are travelling. Both of them think that Rajan is the thief to pick up their bag full of currency notes. However, Rajan convinces them that he accidentally boarded the train. He then advises both of them to shift to another compartment so that they can travel together safely without any suspicion. In the new compartment, there are already two passengers, one of them being K N Singh. In the night when all are asleep, the thief makes an attempt to pick up the suitcase in which he had earlier deposited the necklace but fails as Bela is awakened by the sound. The thief runs away. However, Rajan is suspicious of the fellow passenger K N Singh who might have tried to steal the suitcase.

All of them– Asha, Bela, Rajan, the thief and K N Singh reach Kashmir and check in a hotel owned by Om Prakash. Chander (Pradeep Kumar) who is a wealthy man works in the hotel disguising himself as a waiter. Later on, he disguises himself as a driver of a businessman. His intention is to find a true life partner who is not influenced by his wealth in marrying him. During their stay in the hotel, while Pran and K N Singh make attempt to steal Asha’s suitcase, Asha and Bela are trying to assess Chandar and Rajan as their prospective husbands. Over a period of time, Bela and Rajan started liking each other. In a way, Bela has found her husband.

One day, Asha suddenly finds the diamond studded necklace in her suitcase. Since this necklace has been the source of all problems including being branded as thief, Bela throws the necklace out of the window of their room. The necklace is picked up by Chandar (this scene is cut in the video version but can be deduced from the later scenes). One day, Asha, Bela and Rajan go for sightseeing in a car driven by Chandar. While, Rajan and Bela visit some other place, Asha and Chandar are left alone. Asha started liking Chandar for his helpfulness and saving her from falling in the gorge etc. Besides, she also learns that he is a graduate but not finding employment in the office, he had to become a driver. During their subsequent meeting, Chandar presents her the necklace as a gift which he had picked up outside the hotel. So, it is back to square one for Asha and Bela.

While Pran is after the necklace to be retrieved from Asha’s suitcase and K N Singh is in search of the same necklace, both Asha and Bela are trying to get rid of the necklace. In the meanwhile, Asha’s Uncle and Aunty publish an advertisement in newspapers of reward of Rs.3000/- for finding Asha. Pran comes across the advertisement. Now he had got a handle to blackmail Asha. So he comes to Asha and Bela’s hotel room and declares himself to be an police inspector who has come to search her room in connection with the lost necklace. Even Asha’s uncle and aunt reach her hotel room. Chandar, who had agreed to marry Asha, misunderstands her to be a thief and is about to break the alliance. However, as it often happens in Hindi films, K N Singh who is a real police inspector in disguise, catches Pran red handed and is arrested. This is not the end of the film.

In the meanwhile, Rajan has checked out from the hotel without the knowledge of Asha and Bela as he feels guilty of presenting himself as a rich man to Bela which he is not. So a car chase by Chandar supported by local villagers catch hold of Rajan who reveals his true status to Bela. But Bela has no problem with Rajan as she loves him. In any case, she is also not a princess which she had pretended to Rajan all these days. The film ends with both Asha and Bela finding their husbands during their Kashmir holiday as they had planned.

In this film, even though Pradeep Kumar has been given the top billing in the credit title as the main cast along with Madhubala, it is Kishore Kumar, Madhubala, and Chanchal who had more footage in the film than Pradeep Kumar. In fact, Pradeep Kumar first appears in the screen almost at the half way mark in the film. His role in this film is akin to what is now known as ‘guest appearance’.

The film had 7 songs of which 4 songs have been covered in the Blog. I am presenting the 5th song ‘gar tum bura na maano’, a duet sung by Subir Sen and Asha Bhonsle. The lyrics were written by Raja Mehdi Ali Khan which were set to music by S Mohinder. The background to the song in the picture is a visualisation of Pradeep Kumar as to how he would reveal his love for Madhubala and how she would respond.

Enjoy this lovely and popular song of yesteryear.


Song-Gar tum bura na maano to main tumse pyaar kar loon (Mehlon Ke Khwaab)(1960)Singers-Subir Sen, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Raja Mehdi Ali Khan, MD-S Mohinder
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Lyrics

gar tum bura na maano
to main tumse pyaar kar loon oon
mujhe tum daga na doge
kaho aitbaar kar loon

gar tum bura na maano
to main tumse pyaar kar loon
mujhe tum daga na doge
kaho aitbaar kar loon

gar tum bura na maano

aa haa haa
haa haa haa
haa haa haaa haa

jo nazar ki aarzoo hai
bade shauk se kaho tum

ae bahaar zindgaani
mere saamne raho tum
main tumhaare har jhalak par
dil o jaan nisaar kar loon oon
aa aa aa
mujhe tum daga na doge
kaho aitbaar kar loon

gar tum bura na maano

mera dil bhi jaan bhi haazir
aa haa haaa
jo chalaaye teer aankhen
aa aa aaa
huyi mere dil ki dushman
o ho ho
teri ye shaareer aankhen
ho ho ho
tu nazar ke teer barsaa
ho ho ho
main jigar ke paar kar loon oon
mujhe tum daga na doge
kaho aitbaar kar loon

gar tum bura na maano

aa haa haa
haa haa haa
haa haa haaa
aa

meri har? rooh? ko tune
aa haa haa
diya pyaar kaa sahara
hmm hmm hmm
teri ek hansi ke khaatir
aa haa haaa
mujhe kya nahin ganwaara
hmm hmm hmm
tera gham bhi ho usko
main galey ka haar kar loon oon
mujhe tum daga na doge
kaho aitbaar kar loon

gar tum bura na maano
to main tumse pyaar kar loon oon
mujhe tum daga na doge
kaho aitbaar kar loon

hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm

(aaa aah aaa aah aaa aah)
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
(la la laa la la la la la laa)
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
(aah aaa aah aaa aah aaa)
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
(ho ho ho ho ho ho ho)
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
(la la laa la la la lala laa)

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1 Response to "Gar tum bura na maano to main tumse pyaar kar loon"

Beautiful melody, almost forgotten. Thanks for this upload.

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