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Tere teer e nazar ka balam dil nishaana hua

Posted on: February 1, 2015


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“Bhaagam Bhaag” (1956) was a light hearted comedy movie. It was produced and directed by Bhagwan. The movie had Kishore Kumar, Bhagwan, Smriti Biswas, Badri Prasad, Shashikala, Kumkum, Tiwari etc in it. In this movie, everyone played characters who were named the same as their actual names. For instance, Kishore Kumar played a character named Kishore and Bhagwan played a character named Bhagwan. The same was the case with other actors too. So if someone like me did not know an actor called Badri Prasad, then I would be able to identify him by watching this movie because he was named Badri Prasad in this movie. 🙂

The movie had ten songs in it. Nine of them have been discussed in the past.

Here is the tenth and final song from the movie. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Rafi. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by O P Nayyar.

The song is picturised on Bhagwan (playing Bhagwan) and Smriti Biswas (playing Smriti). 🙂

With this song, “Bhaagam Bhaag”(1956) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.

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Song-Tere teer e nazar ka balam dil nishaana hua(Bhaagam Bhaag)(1956) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Rafi, Lyrics- Majrooh O P Nayyar

Lyrics

tere teere nazar ka balam
dil nishaana hua
tere mere muhabbat ka aaj
ik fasaana hua
naam sunte hi tera sanam
main deewaana hua
tujhko dil mein basaaye huye ik zamaana hua

balma teri nazar se nazar jo mili
phool ban’ne lagi mere dil ki kali
balma teri nazar se nazar jo mili
phool ban’ne lagi mere dil ki kali
tum jo ham se mile
shiqwe dil se chale
lab se nikli sada
ho tere teere nazar ka balam
dil nishaana hua
naam sunte hi tera sanam
main deewaana hua

kuchh na apni khabar hai na dil ka pata
teri baaton ne kaisa ye jaadoo kiya
kuchh na apni khabar hai na dil ka pata
teri baaton ne kaisa ye jaadoo kiya
daal kar ik nazar
chheena mera jigar
toone o dilruba
naam sunte hi tera sanam
main deewaana hua

tere teere nazar ka balam
dil nishaana hua

mil gaye ho to phir ab na hona juda
mere saanson mein aa
mere dil mein sama
mil gaye ho to phir ab na hona juda
mere saanson mein aa
mere dil mein sama
koi hamse sune
haaye yaa cheez hai teri zaalim ada
o tere teere nazar ka balam
dil nishaana hua
naam sunte hi tera sanam
main deewaana hua

jhoomta hoon tera jaam e ulfat piye
bhool baithha zamaane ko tere liye
jhoomta hoon tera jaam e ulfat piye
bhool baithha zamaane ko tere liye
bhoolna na mujhe
ab deewaane ko hai
ik tera aasraa
naam sunte hi tera sanam
main deewaana hua
tujhko dil mein basaaye huye ik zamaana hua

tere teere nazar ka balam
dil nishaana hua
tere mere muhabbat ka aaj
ik fasaana hua

4 Responses to "Tere teer e nazar ka balam dil nishaana hua"

Atul ji,

This film was produced by SHANKAR A. PALAV ,under the banner of Bhagwan Brothers. Shankar Palav was also the Cinematographer of this film. Shankar and Bhagwan were brothers,shankar being the younger one. The credits list does not indicate who directed the film,but HFGK says,it is Bhagwan-which may be correct.

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Asleep in their shanty room in Mumbai, Kishore and Bhagwan, are awoken by three males who insist on searching their room at gun-point for a coat – albeit in vain. When Bhagwan finds the coat, there appears nothing valuable in it, but they decide to keep it. Their privacy is interrupted again – this time by two females, Smriti and Shashi, who distract them and take the coat. The duo follow the two women, who turn out to be nieces of Jwala Prasad, the owner of the coat. Goons manage to take the coat, but with Kishore and Bhagwan’s help, the women are able to take it back to their uncle. A grateful Jwala Prasad lets the duo stay with them. The next morning the duo wake up to nothing but surprises – as they will find Jwala Prasad and his nieces are gone. They decide to investigate further but their resolve will set off a chain of events that will take the two friends – first to Madras, then to Howrah, and then to Pakistan – where they will be held in a dungeon ..aage parde pe dekhiye

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Congratulations Atul ji on covering all songs of ‘ Bhaagam Bhaag – 1956’ and its joining to the ‘ List of Movies – All Songs Covered’ 🙂

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