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Teri duniya mein nahin koyi apna

Posted on: November 29, 2015


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“Baarood”(1960) was produced and directed by Aspi Irani for Super Pictures, Bombay.

Following are the details of this movie that were shared by Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh, our beloved inhouse encyclopaedia, in the past:

Aspy Irani was never tired of making films on identical stories of his own films, making a few changes in the cast, Scenes, names and situations,-the basic theme remaining a constant.

But his direction and pace of the film was such that he had created several admirers and a captive audience, who would see his films, whatever the name of the film. May be they got the pleasure of nostalgia of revising the earlier seen films.

BAROOD-1960 is yet again a story of a socially outcasted, low level poor soul, who is rich in his heart and deeds and his big hearted sacrificial adventures to save an innocent distraught child/girl/woman/man etc.

The story and screenplay is by C.J.Pavri and the dialogues are by Akhtar ul Iman.

In this case, Munna(Honey Irani) is an orphan, who runs away from his foster parents, who have adopted him from an orphanage run by Rekha Devi(Kumkum).
Munna is rescued by Shankar(Sheikh Mukhtar)-a kind hearted Truck Driver and both become thick friends. Later on Rekha devi discovers Munna and asks Shankar to return him to the orphanage as Shankar has no family.

Meanwhile Ramu(Hiralal) a clerk in the solicitor’s(Uma Dutt) office notices the resemblance between Munna and the lost son of a Millionaire. He starts his plan to prop up Munna as the lost son and earn money from the rich man.

The film details how Shankar and Rekha devi, along with Shankar’s friends save Munna and foil the attempts of Ramu to hold the child to ransom and make unlawful money.

There are plenty of fights and drama(courtesy of Sheikh Mukhtar) and songs and dances(courtesy of Kumkum) to make the film an entertaining one.
The loyal audience who came to the theatres got what they expected from Sheikh Mukhtar and Aspy Irani. PAISA VASOOL !

Six songs from “Baarood”(1960) have been discussed in the past. Here is the seventh and final song from the movie to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata. Hasrat Jaipuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Khayyaam.

This song can be considered as the theme song of the movie seeing that the song gets played throughout the movie on several occasions. The video of this song combines all the occasions in the film where this song gets played in the movie.

I notice from the video of the song that this movie has a dog too which plays an important role in the movie as an anipal of Daisy Irani, the central character of the movie. After noticing this fact, I got interested in watching the movie (in fast forwad mode) and I found that the movie was an interesting one, and its climax was especially thrilling. Movie with such stories were considered “stunt” movies and were therefore looked down upon but it was in a matter or another one decade that movies with such plots became mainstream stuff of Hindi movies. I think that we need to acknowledge Sheikh Mukhtar as the forerunner of Angry young man that Amitabh Bachchan can to portray in the 1970s. And Sheikh Mukhtaar to my mind was a fore runner of Arnold Schwarzenegger too, as far I am concerned. 🙂

With this song, “Baarood”(1960) joins the list of the movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Teri duniya mein nahin koyi apna(Baarood)(1960) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Khayyaam

Lyrics

teri duniya mein nahin koyi hamaara apna aa
besahaaron ko zara
de de sahaara apna aa aa
de de sahaara apna
teri duniya mein nahin koyi hamaara apna aa
besahaaron ko zara
de de sahaara apna a aa
de de sahaara apna
hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm

dil ke manjar mein nigaahon mein ujaale hain tere
tere godi ke ye bachche hain jo paale hain tere ae ae
tu hi himmat de inhen
chaahne waale hain tere ae
tu hi apna le hamen
gaate hain teri rachna aa
besahaaron ko zara
de de sahaara apna aa aa
de de sahaara apna
hmm hmm hmm
hmm
hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm

roz lete hain tera naam
jiye jaate hain aen aen
pyaas lagti hai toh aansu hi piye jaate hain aen aen
ham bure hi sahi
lekin tere kehlaate hain aen
tu daya ki hai nadi
tu hai kinaara apna aa
besahaaron ko zara
de de sahaara apna aa aa
de de sahaara apna
hmm hmm hmm
o o o

roop lakhon hain tere
tu koyi majboor nahi
koyi jarra nahin jismein ke tera noor nahin
apne bandon se kisi haal mein tu door nahin
tu door nahin
toone har kaam jo bigda woh sanwaara apna aa
besahaaron ko zara
de de sahaara apna aa aa
de de sahaara apna
teri duniya mein nahin koyi hamaara apna aa
besahaaron ko zara
de de sahaara apna aa aa
de de sahaara apna

teri duniya mein nahin koyi hamaara apna aa
besahaaron ko zara
de de sahaara apna aa aa
de de sahaara apna
teri duniya mein nahin koyi hamaara apna aa
besahaaron ko zara
de de sahaara apna aa aa
de de sahaara apna
hmm hmm hmm
aa aa aa

roop laakhon hain tere
tu koyi majboor nahin
koyi jarra nahin jismein ke tera noor nahin
apne bandon se kisi haal mein tu door nahin
tu door nahin
toone har kaam jo bigda woh sanwaara apna aa
besahaaron ko zara
de de sahaara apna aa aa
de de sahaara apna
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa

aaye toofan jo gareebon ko mitaane ke liye ae
aaye toofaan
aaye toofaan jo gareebon ko mitaane ke liye ae ae
aaye mushqil jo yateemon ko sataane ke liye
apne bachchon ko tu
aa jaana bachaane ke liye
apne bachcho ko tu
aa jaana bachaane ke liye
bachaane ke liye
bachaane ke liye

apne bachchon ko tu aana bachaane ke liye

teri duniya mein nahin koyi hamaara apna aa
besahaaron ko zara
de de sahaara apna aa aa
de de sahaara apna
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa

aaye toofaan jo gareebon ko mitaane ke liye ae
aaye toofaan
aaye toofaan jo gareebon ko mitaane ke liye ae ae
aaye mushqil jo yateemon ko sataane ke liye
apne bachchon ko tu
aa jaana bachaane ke liye
apne bachchon ko tu
aa jaana bachaane ke liye
bachaane ke liye
bachaane ke liye

apne bachchon ko tu aana bachaane ke liye

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2 Responses to "Teri duniya mein nahin koyi apna"

@ Atul ji – Congratulations !!!
” Baarood – 1960″ … Yippee 🙂

Barood of a song. Classy.

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