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Bechain hai he he

Posted on: January 29, 2015


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“Haar Jeet”(1954) is an obscure movie and most people know nothing about this movie.

Since it is an obscure movie so it follows that Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh, our inhouse encyclopaedia must be having all the information on this movie. Here is what he has to say about this movie:

HAAR JEET-1954 was a very interesting film. I remember having seen and enjoying it too.

This film was directed by Jaggi Rampal, who was basically a story,dialogue and screenplay writer. This was the only film he directed. He was associated with films like, Gora aur kala, Jaani Dushman, Khoon ki keemat, Do yaar etc.

S.D.Batish, no doubt,was more famous as a singer, but he gave music to not less than 15 films independently and also as an assstant Music Director in many other films. From 1948 to 1960,there are 15 films on his name as MD. He left film industry in 1970 and went to USA to live with his son Ashwin. In USA,he wrote many books on classical music and Raagaas.He was running an academy of classical music there.

Nalini(Shyama) was the daughter of Raja Bahadur, a retired Jaagirdar in Poona. Her uncle,C R.Bihari, a psyciatrist and a hypnotist also lived with them. The uncle was a wicked person who wanted all their wealth. He brings Balraj, a small time criminal as Prince Balraj to marry Nalini, so that they can take all her riches. Not liking this idea, Nalini escapes to Bombay, befriends a working girl Mona and stays with her. She meets Rajan,an unemployed graduate and falls in his love. Her uncle traces her to Bombay, hypnotises her and brings her to Poona to marry Prince Balraj. Her father is also very ill. Rajan and his Friend Balam(Sunder) come to Poona to help her. Now the game of Haar – Jeet starts between Bihari-Balraj and Rajan-Balam. Finally, Rajan outwits the doctor and exposes him. He goes to jail and Rajan and Nalini reunite.

One song from “Haar Jeet”(1954) has been discussed in the past. Here is the second song from the movie. This song is sung by Geeta Dutt and Mubarak Begam. Aziz Kashmiri is the lyricist. Music is composed by S D Batish.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Bechain hai he he (Haar Jeet)(1954) Singers-Geeta Dutt, Mubarak Begam, Lyrics-Aziz Kashmiri, MD-S D Batish

Lyrics

bechain hai
he he
betaab hai
ho ho
bechain hai
he he
betaab hai
ho ho
is dil ka fasaana sun le
zaalam hai zamaana sun le

mere dil ko thhaamna aa sajaniya aa
bechain hai
he he
betaab hai
ho ho

aankhon aankhon mein fasaana keh gaye
aa aa aa aa aa
dekhne waale tadap kar reh gaya
ho ho tadap kar reh gaye

chhota sa fasaana sun le
zaalim hai zamaana sun le

mere dil ko thhaamna
aa sajaniya aa
bechain hai
he he
betaab hai
ho ho

jhoothhi kahaaniyaan hamko sunaao na
aa aa aa aaa
aa aa aa aa

bigde huon ki yaad dilaao na
yaad dilaao na
aa aa aa aa aaja
aa aa aa aa aaja
aaja tu aaja
ik dil
mera dil
haaye dil ka fasaana sun le
zaalam hai zamaana sun le
mere dil ko thhaamna aa sajaniya aa
bechain hai
he he
betaab hai
ho ho

tum jo dekhoge to duniya
phir jawaan ho jaayegi
aa tum jo roothhoge
to duniya benisaan(?)
ho be nisaan ho jaayegi
ho be nisaan ho jaayegi

aa aa aa aa aaja
aa aa aa aa aaja
ik dil
mera dil
haaye dil ka fasaana sun le
zaalam hai zamaana sun le
mere dil ko thhaamna aa sajaniya aa
bechain hai
he he
betaab hai
ho ho

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