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Jiya na laage mora

Posted on: February 4, 2015

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“Buddha Mil Gaya”(1971) was produced by L B Thakur and directed by Hrishikesh Mukherji. The movie had Navin Nischol, Archana, Om Prakash, Aruna Irani, Deven Verma, Lalita Pawar, Sonia Sahni, M.B.Shetty, Asit Sen, Dulari, Paul Mahindra, Brahm Bhardwaj, Sultan, AnwariBai, Oscar Unger, Aziz, Ranjish, Fatima, Subroto Mahapatra, Vasant, Sarla, Aruna, Marie etc in it.

Four songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the fifth and final song from the movie. This song is song by Lata. The song is lip synced by Archana who sings this song is a small family get together, where Navin Nischol is present as the guest. Deven Verma plays Tabla whereas Om Prakash and Lalita Pawar play the indulgent parents of Archana (it is my guess, as I have not watched the movie).

Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

With this song, “Buddha Mil Gaya”(1971) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.



Song-Jiya na laage mora (Budhdha Mil Gaya)(1971) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)(Audio version)

hmm…hmm hmmm mm mm hmm
aaa aa aa
aa aa aa
ho o o o
jiya naa
laagey moraa
haan jiyaa na
laagey mora
na jaa rey
na jaa rey
na jaa
ho jiyaa naa
laagey moraa
naaa jaa rey
na jaa rey
na jaa
ho jiyaa

kaahey pat kholaa
toone mere dwaar kaa
haan haan
aayaa barson mein
koyee jhonkaa pyar kaa
haan aaa
do pal
to thehar jaa
haan aan
do pal
to thehar jaa
mohey ithna bhi na sata
aa aa
jiya na laagey moraa
na jaa rey
na jaa rey
na jaa
ho jiyaa

aaa aaa
aaaa aaa
aaa aaa

sun ke meri baatein
palak teri kyun jhukee
achchaa rey bedardi
jaa nahin main rokti
haan aan aan
ye hai tera rasta
haan aaan
ye hai tera rasta
kahin jaa saktaa hai to jaa aa aa
jiya na laagey moraa
haa jiyaa na
laagey moraa
naaa jaa rey
na jaa rey
na jaa
ho jiya na
laagey mora
naaa jaa rey
na jaa rey
na jaa
ho jiyaa

6 Responses to "Jiya na laage mora"



Atulji if u ven’t watched this movie, please do. this song is meant to put a drugged Om Prakash to sleep. Om Prakash is an old man who the bumbling idiots Navin Nischol and Deven Verma have picked up in the greed of getting some prize money. and Archana is just playing on the old man’s sentiments.


Congratulations Atul ji – Prakash ji on covering all songs of ‘ Budhadha Mil Gaya – 1971’ 🙂
Yippee 🙂


I always feel the song is from Anand, may be it has similar song>jiya laage na tere bina mera kahi


Lalita Pawar is Archana(Deepa)’s dadima. Om Prakash is stoogie brought in by Navin and Devan to usurpe the property.
Enjoy the aayo kaha se ghanshyam..shows the prowess of OP in semi classical in the movie and real life. He was a extremely good thumri singer.
Archana next acted in Anokha Daan-72. Period.
Archana is married to Yogesh Motwani.
Graduated from St. Xavier’s College.
Preferred her marriage to her college sweetheart Yogesh Motwani over her brief movie career. After she left films, she started a dress-making business with a couple of friends.
BTW she is daughter of director Hemen Gupta.


Hello Nitin, thanks for the information about Archana. I read somewhere that she is from St Xavier’s college and also a FTII graduate. Too sad that she couldn’t get roles of substance. Those who have not watched – Budda Mil Gaya and Umang must watch them. I recently watched both the movies – they were shot in Bombay of the 70’s. The movies are available on Youtube, Another thing is that Archana looks like a Bengali but her Hindi diction is perfect.

I am so grateful that I got the info that I wanted after a long time.

All songs of Budda Mil Gaya are gems. The song AYO KAHAN SE is creepy because it is sung by Om Prakash after every murder in the movie,


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