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Kahaa hai unhone ye raaz e muhabbat

Posted on: February 9, 2015

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“Anhonee”(1952) was produced and directed by Khwaza Ahmad Abbas for Naya Sansar, Bombay. The movie had Raj Kapaoor, Nargis, Om Prakash, Agha, David, Badri Prasad, Achala, Jankidas, Salma, Shaukat Hashmi, Meera, Habib Sandow, Vanlata, Mohinder etc in it.

Five songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the sixth song from “Anhonee”(1952). This song is sung by Lata. It is picturised as a mujra song on Nargis. Raj Kapoor is one of the patrons present in this mujra.

Satyendra Athaiyya is the lyricist. Music is composed by Roshan.

Song-Kaha hai unhone ye raaz e muhabbat (Anhonee)(1952) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Satyendra Atthaiyya, MD-Roshan


kaha hai unhone
yeh raaz e muhabbat
kasam hai tumhe
tum kisi se na kehna
kisi se na kehna
meri bebasi
yeh mere dil ki haalat
kasam hai tumhen
tum kisi se na kehna
kisi se na kehna
kaha hai unhone
yeh raaz e muhabbat
kasam hai tumhe
tum kisi se na kehna
kisi se na kehna

ae mere haakim
tere raaz hardam chhupaaye rahoongi
aa aa aa aa
magar meri nazron pe hai tera jaado u u u u
magar meri nazron pe hai tera jaadoo
ki mushkil hai ab inka khaamosh rehna
kisi se na kehna
yeh raaz e muhabbat haaye
kisi se na kehna
kisi se na kehna
kaha hai unhone
yeh raaz e muhabbat
kasam hai tumhen
tum kisi se na kehna
kisi se na kehna

aa aa aa aa aa aa aa
badi sabar hai mere dil ki maina aa aa
jo chal di bahaaron ki aamad se pehle
aaa aaa aaa aaa
mili unse nazren aen
hua dil nishaana
mili unse nazren aen
hua dil nishaana
na kaam aaya mera wo chhup chhup ke rehna
kisi se na kehna
yeh raaz e muhabbat haaye
kisi se na kehna
kisi se na kehna
kaha hai inhone
yeh raaz e muhabbat
kasam hai tumhe
tum kisi se na kehna
kisi se na kehna

1 Response to "Kahaa hai unhone ye raaz e muhabbat"

Very famous, traditional, classy.
Nargis as Roop H. Singh/Mohinibai
Raj Kapoor as Advocate Rajkumar Saxena
Agha as Vidyasagar
David Abraham as Munshiji
Achala Sachdev as Champa
Badri Prasad as Thakur Harnam Singh
Om Prakash as Shyam Sundar Laddan
Jankidas as Harnam’s Munim
Salma as Salma Mirzah – Roop’s Friend
Shaukat Hashmi as Moti Bina
Habib Alkaf
Khwaja Ahmad Abbas
Date of Birth 7 June 1914, Panipat
Date of Death 1 June 1987
Educated at Aligarh Muslim University. Formerly a journalist and film critic for Bombay Chronicle.
In 1969, he gave a newcomer by the name of Amitabh Bachchan a break for his new movie Saat Hindustani (1969).
Member of the jury at the Berlin International Film Festival in 1966
Grandfather of actress Neelima Azim ( Her father is Anwar Azeem the great poet and K.A.Abbas’ s son).
Great grandson is actor Shahid Kapoor. ( Neelima’s son).
1991 Henna (story)
1989 Akanksha (TV Movie) (dialogue,screenplay)
1983 Love in Goa (dialogue)
1981 Mehfil
1974 Faslah (story, screenplay, dialogue)
1973 Achanak (story)
1973 Bobby (screenplay, story)
1972 Zindagi Zindagi
1971 Do Boon Pani (screenplay)
1970 The Vagabond (screenplay)
1970 Mera Naam Joker (dialogue, screenplay, story)
1969 Saat Hindustani (story)
1968 Bambai Raat Ki Bahon Mein (writer)
1968 Sapnon Ka Saudagar (dialogue, screenplay)
1964 Aware (screenplay)
1963 Shehar Aur Sapna (screenplay)
1959 Naya Sansar (writer)
1959 Satta Bazaar (writer)
1959 Four Faces of India (dialogue, screenplay)
1957 Pardesi
1956 Jagte Raho (dialogue)
1955 Shree 420 (screenplay, story & dialogues)
1954 Munna
1952 Anhoni (story & dialogue)
1951 Awaara (dialogue, screenplay, story)
1947 Aaj Aur Kal
1946 Dharti Ke Lal
1946 Dr. Kotnis Ki Amar Kahani (screenplay, story ‘And One Did Not Come Back’)
1941 Naya Sansar (screenplay, story)
As Director
1988 Ek Aadmi
1987 Mr. X
1984 Nanga Fakir (TV Movie)
1983 Hindustan Hamara (Documentary short)
1980 The Naxalites
1978 Dr. Iqbal (Documentary)
1976 Phir Bolo Aaye Sant Kabir (Documentary)
1975 Papa Miya of Aligarh (Documentary)
1974 Faslah
1973 Juhu (TV Movie documentary short)
1973 Kal Ki Baat (Documentary short)
1972 Bharat Darshan (Documentary)
1972 Lav Kush (Short)
1971 Do Boon Pani
1969 Saat Hindustani
1968 Bambai Raat Ki Bahon Mein
1968 Char Shaher Ek Kahani (Short documentary)
1967 Dharti Ki Pukar (Documentary short)
1965 Aasmaan Mahal
1965 Bharat Katha (Documentary)
1965 Tomorrow Shall Be Better (Documentary short)
1964 Hamara Ghar
1963 Shehar Aur Sapna
1963 Teen Ghaaranay (Documentary)
1962 Gyarah Hazaar Ladkiyan
1961 Gir Game Sanctuary (Documentary)
1960 Eid Mubarak (Documentary short)
1959 Four Faces of India
1957 Pardesi
1954 Munna
1953 Rahi
1952 Anhoni
1947 Aaj Aur Kal
1946 Dharti Ke Lal
As Producer>>
1974 Faslah (producer)
1969 Saat Hindustani (producer)
1968 Bambai Raat Ki Bahon Mein (producer)
1954 Munna (producer)
1952 Anhonee (producer)
1946 Dharti Ke Lal (producer)
1989 Akanksha (TV Movie) (in memory of – as late Shri K.A. Abbas)
V.P. Sathe>>>
1992 Zindagi Ek Juaa (press publicist: Bombay Publicity Service)
1991 Akayla (paper publicist)
1991 Henna (publicity agent)
1988 Namumkin (publicist)
1988 Commando (paper publicist: Bombay Publicity Service Pvt. Ltd.)
1987 Satyamev Jayate (publicity officer)
1986 Samundar (paper publicist)
1986 Chameli Ki Shaadi (press publicist: Bombay Publicity Services Pvt. Ltd.)
1985 Faasle (publicist)
1985 Ram Teri Ganga Maili (publicity agent)
1985 Sitamgar (publicist)
1985 Yudh (publicist)
1984 Andar Baahar (publicity officer)
1982 Prem Rog (publicity agent)
1982 Shriman Shrimati (public relations officer – as V.R. Sathe)
1981 Silsila (publicist)
1981 Biwi O Biwi (publicist: Bombay Publicity Service)
1981 Khatta Meetha (publicist)
1980 Khubsoorat (publicist)
1980 Swayamvar (public relations officer)
1980 Aakrosh (publicist)
1979 Hum Tere Ashiq Hain (public relations)
1979 Lahu Ke Do Rang (publicist)
1979 Gol Maal (publicist)
1979 Dil Kaa Heera (publicist)
1978 Dillagi (public relations officer)
1978 Karmayogi (publicist)
1978 Swarg Narak (public relations officer – as Sathe)
1978 Azaad (publicist: Bombay Publicity)
1978 Trishul (publicist)
1978 Satyam Shivam Sundaram: Love Sublime (advertising)
1978 Badaltey Rishtey (publicist)
1977 Inkaar (public relations officer)
1977 Paapi (public relations officer)
1977 Ram Bharose (public relations officer)
1977 Doosara Aadmi (publicist)
1977/I Mukti (publicist)
1977 Yehi Hai Zindagi (public relations officer)
1977 Aaina (publicist)
1976 Bairaag (public relations officer)
1976 Zindagi (public relations officer)
1976 Mehbooba (publicist: paper)
1976 Charas (public relations)
1976 Dus Numbri (publicist)
1976 Kabhie Kabhie (publicist)
1975 Chupke Chupke (publicity designer)
1975 Deewaar (publicist)
1975 Mili (public relations officer)
1975 Julie (public relations officer)
1974 36 Ghante (publicist)
1974 Manoranjan (publicist: Bombay Publicity Service)
1973 Achanak (publicity officer)
1973 Joshila (publicist)
1973 Jugnu (publicist)
1973 Daag: A Poem of Love (publicist)
1973 Dhund (publicist)
1972 Apna Desh (publicist)
1972 Koshish (publicity officer)
1972 Raja Jani (publicist)
1972 Shehzada (public relations officer)
1972 Raampur Ka Lakshman (paper publicist)
1972 Lalkar (The Challenge) (public relations)
1972 Bhai Ho To Aisa (release publicist)
1972 Dastaan (publicist)
1971 Caravan (publicist)
1971 Lal Patthar (publicist: Bombay Publicity Service)
1971 Man Mandir (publicist: Bombay Publicity Service)
1971 Naya Zamana (publicist)
1971 Chhoti Bahu (paper publicist)
1970 Devi (press publicist: Bombay Publicity Service)
1970 Sharafat (publicist)
1970 Mera Naam Joker (publicity agent: Bombay Publicity Service PVT Ltd)
1970 Johny Mera Naam (publicist)
1969 Prince (publicist: Bombay Publicity Service )
1969 Tumse Achha Kaun Hai (publicist)
1968 Ankhen (public relations)
1966 Pyar Kiye Jaa (publicist: Bombay Publicity Service P. Ltd.)
1963 Dil Ek Mandir (publicist: Bombay Publicity Services Ltd)

1991 Henna (story)
1985 Ram Teri Ganga Maili (screenplay)
1983 Love in Goa (story)
1973 Bobby (screenplay)
1970 The Vagabond (story)
1959 Four Faces of India (writer)
1955 Shree 420 (screenplay)
1952 Anhonee (screenplay)
1951 Awaara (story)
1946 Dr. Kotnis Ki Amar Kahani
1952 Anhoni (associate producer)

Mohsin Abdullah
1966 Gaban (as Mohsin Abdul)
1964 Gazal as Ejaz’s Dad
1963 Mujhe Jeene Do
1963 Yeh Rastey Hain Pyar Ke as Ram Singh
1952 Anhoni (screenplay, associate director)
Satyendra penned for >>Aakash-52, Naaz-54,


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