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Maine kab tumse kaha thha

Posted on: February 19, 2015


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“Ram Aur Shyam”(1967) was produced by B Nagi Reddy and directed by Tapi Chanakya. The movie had Dilip Kumar, Waheeda Rehman, Pran, Mumtaz, Nirupa Roy, Kanhaiya Lal, Mukri, Farida Dadi, Leela Mishra, Nasir Husain, Parshuram, Raj Kishore, Laxmi Chhaya, Zebunisa, Sajjan, Amar, Viju, Gulab, Nargis Dutt, Prem Kumar etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Five so9ngs from this movie have been discussed in the past.

While the five discussed songs are quite well known, the sixth song is quite obscure. This song was not even part of the movie.

Here is the sixth and final song from “Ram Aur Shyam”(1967). The song is sung by Lata. Lyrics are by Shakeel Badayuni. Music is composed by Naushad.

With this song, “Ram Aur Shyam”(1967) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog. With this song, Lata Mangeshkar completes 2800 songs in the blog amlost unnoticeably.


Song-Maine kab tumse kaha thha (Ram Aur Shyam)(1967) Singer- Lata, Lyrics-Shakeel Badayuni, MD-Naushad

Lyrics

maine kab tumse kahaa thha ke mujhe pyaar karo o
maine kab tumse kahaa thha ke mujhe pyaar karo
pyar jab tumne kiya tha to nibhaaya hota
maine kab tumse kahaa thha

mere khwaabon ko na hone diya poora tumane
pyar ke geet ko chhoda hai adhoora tumne
naghma ye dil na mujhe tumane sunaya hota
pyaar jab tumne kiya tha to nibhaya hota
maine kab tumse kahaa thha

laake manjdhaar mein kashti ko dubone waale
jindagi deke mujhe mere na hone waale
dil ki duniya ko banaake na mitaaya hota
pyaar jab tumne kiya thha to nibhaaya hota
maine kab tumaase kahaa tha ke mujhe pyaar karo o
maine kab tumase kahaa thha

kaun hai kisne mohabbat mein khushi paayi hai
mujhko dekho ki meri jaan pe ban aayi hai
kaash tumae mujhe apna na banaaya hota
pyaar jab tumne kiya tha to nibhaaya hota
maine kab tumse kahaa tha ke mujhe pyaar karo

8 Responses to "Maine kab tumse kaha thha"

Congratulations Atul ji on covering all songs of ‘Ram Aur Shyam-1967’ 🙂
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Bomireddy Nagi Reddy
Date of Birth 2 December 1912, Pottimpadu, Cuddapah
Date of Death 25 February 2004, Chennai
Was awarded the prestigious Dada Saheb Phalke award by the Government of India for his life-time contribution to Indian cinema in 1987.
Owns the famous children book Chandamama printed in nearly 10 Indian languages.
Was awarded the prestigious Raghupathy Venkaiah award by the State Government of Andhra Pradesh for his outstanding contribution to Telugu cinema in 1987.
Was awarded the honorable doctrate by Srikrishnadevaraya University and Sri Venkateswara University.
Younger brother of director B.N. Reddi and elder brother of cinematographer Konda Reddy B.N..
Due to health problems is keeping a low profile and currently staying in Chennai, had stopped making movies after the death of his friend and partner Chakrapani. [April 2002]
As Producer
1982Shriman Shrimati
1980Swayamvar
1978Swarg Narak
1977Yehi Hai Zindagi
1976Shri Rajeshwari Vilas Coffee Club
1975Julie
1973Ganga Manga
1970Ghar Ghar Ki Kahani
1969Nannha Farishta
1967Ram Aur Shyam
1966Rangula Ratnam
1962Manithan Maravillai
1962Gundamma Katha
1959Rechukka Pragatichukka
1958Appu Chesi Pappu Koodu
1957Maya Bazaar
1955Missiamma
1954Chandraharam
1952Pelli Chesi Choodu
1951Patala Bhairavi
1950Showkar
1950Shavukaru
Presenter>>
1982Shriman Shrimati
1980Swayamvar
1978Swarg Narak
1977Yehi Hai Zindagi
1975Julie
1974Prem Nagar
1967Ram Aur Shyam
As Director>>
1965Enga Veetu Penn
1989Hai Hai Nayaka (assistant editor)
1985Ram Tere Kitne Nam (sincere thanks)

Tapi Chanakya (1925–1973)
Director/Writer/Assistant Director
Son of the famous writer Dharma Rao Tapi Worked as Radio Telegraphist for Indian Army before joining movie industry in 1947.
Born: 1925 in Vijayanagaram, Andhra Pradesh, India
Died: 1973 (age 48)
1973Ganga Manga
1972Bandhipotu Bhayankara
1972Jaanwar Aur Insaan
1972Manavata
1972Subha-O-Sham
1971Bangaru Talli
1971Bikhare Moti
1971Man Mandir
1970Vidhi Vilasam
1969Madhavi
1968Oli Vilakku
1968Pudhiya Bhoomi
1967Ram Aur Shyam
1966Adugu Jaadalu
1966Naan Anaittal
1965C.I.D
1965Enga Veetu Penn
1965Enga Veetu Pillai
1964Ramudu Bheemudu
1964Varasatwam
1962Constable Koothuru
1961Kalasivunte Kaladu Sukham
1960Jalsarayudu
1960Kumkumarekha
1960Pudhiya Pathai
1959Bhagya Devatha
1958Ettuku Pai Ettu
1957Peddarikalu
1955Rojulu Marayi
1954Anta Manavalle
1955Rojulu Marayi (screen adaptation)
1950Palletoori Pilla (assistant director)

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Atul ji / Arun ji.. I guess there is one more song.. 7th song of the movie which has not been discussed yet. The song is.. “Aaj Sakhi Re More Piya Ghar Aaye” either sung by Lata or Asha. Could someone please check HFGK and confirm? Thank you.

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Pradeepji,Atulji,
Yes ,this song is there and it is sung by Asha. It is pictured on Mumtaj. I saw it right now on YT.

D Samant

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Thanks for the confirmation Samant ji. So one more song for Ram Aur Shyam to be Yippeeeed! :).

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Atul ji, Sudhir ji, Arun ji.. please post this song to finally Yippeeee!! Ram Aur Shyam :). Thank you :).

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The video of this song is not available on YouTube. I also could not find this song in the video of the film made available on YouTube.I think,it must have been deleted from the film.
Can anybody throw light on this ?

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