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Phir milne ka zamaana aa gaya re saanwariya

Posted on: February 18, 2016


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Today (18 february 2016) is the birth anniversary of Nimmi (DoB 18 february 1933). Sri Lanka Broadcasting Service honoured Nimmi by playing solo songs picturised on her in “Film sangeet” and duet songs picturised on her in the “Puraani Filmon Ke Geet” programme today.

One of the duets songs played was “Phir milne ka zamaane” from Danka (1954). This song is sung by Shamshad Begam and Asha Bhonsle. Jaan Nisaar Akhtar is the lyricist. Aziz Hindi is the music director.

The announcer Ms. Padmini Perera asked the listeners to guess the actors on whom this song was picturised.

Video of this song does not seem to be available. So the only way one can know how this song was picturised is through people who have watched the movie. One knowledgeable reader responded by informing that this song was picturised on Nimmi and Mohana.

So here is this lovely duet song from “Danka”(1954). This movie was directed by J P Advani for Goodwill Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Amarnath, Nimmi, Mohana, Sundar, Hiralal, Neelam, Shivraj, Uma Devi, Roop Kumar, Om Prakash etc in it.

The movie makes its debut in the blog with this song.


Song-Phir milne ke zamaane aa gaye re saanwariya(Danka)(1954) Singers-Shamshad Begam, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Jaan Nisaar Akhtar, MD-Aziz Hindi
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Lyrics

aa ra ra ra ra ra
dekho dekho dekho ji dekho ji
kahaan chali ithlaati
lapak jhapak kar
kadam uthhaati
lehraati balkhaati
o dheere dheere chal gori
tera pair phisal na jaaye
o dheere dheere chal gori hoy

phir milne ke zamaane
aa gaye re saanwariya
phir milne ke zamaane
aa gaye re saanwariya

tum shama ham parwaane
aa gaye ree sajaniya
tum shama ham parwaane
aa gaye ree sajaniya

kehte bane na chup rehte bane
jiya donon tarah ghabraaye
kehte bane na chup rehte bane
jiya donon tarah ghabraaye
bina miley mohe chain na aaye
miloon to jiya sharmaaye
bina miley mohe chain na aaye
miloon to jiya sharmaaye
ham karke to bahaane
aa gaye re saanwariya

tum shama ham parwaane
aa gaye ree sajaniya

dekh rahe ae ae
dekh rahe ham raah tumhaaree
der se baandhe aasrey
ho o o o o o
bujhe na gori ek nazar mein
hamre dil ki pyaas
o gori
hamre dil ki pyaas
ham dil se dil milaane
aa gaye re saanwariya

tum shama ham parwaane
aa gaye ree sajaniya

aaj galey se lag jaa gori
kaahe jiya tarsaaye
aaj galey se lag jaa gori
kaahe jiya tarsaaye
chhodo hamri naajuk bainyya
bade kahin ke aaye
aji chhodo hamri naajuk bainyya
bade kahin ke aaye
tum hamko kyun sataane
aa gaye re sanwariya

tum shama ham parwaane
aa gaye ree sajaniya
phir milne ke zamaane
aa gaye re saanwariya

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7 Responses to "Phir milne ka zamaana aa gaya re saanwariya"

This was one of the most popular songs during 1954-55 from film “Danka” (Nimmi Fame Movie of those days), and it used to be on every ones lips. It used to give an altogether peculiar sensation to your ears because of its fast rhythm and fast wordings. Because of its fast movements, we as school children were not able to pick up many of the wordings correctly. I remember that many woman beggars used to sing this song while begging on roads (Obviously, they also used to utter some incorrect wordings). However, suddenly we lost track of this song, and it became a forgotten song.
Now Atul Ji has posted this song and all our nostalgic memories were awakened with a flash, may be after a gap of say more than 50 Years.
Thanks Atul Ji for posting the song.

Thanks for the interesting information about this song.

Atul ji,

For me too, it is a nostalgic song which I used to hear on the radio in my childhood days. But I lost track of it until today.

Thanks for posting it on Nimmi’s birth day.

Many many thanks for posting such a nice and rare song. I learnt about this site from you only today in the meeting of Nagar Rajbhasha Karyanwayan Samiti, Bareilly at Income tax office. With best wishes.

Good to get the first comment from a fellow Bareilly resident. 🙂

Welcome Mishraji

Aziz Hindi
Parivartan (1949)
Shohrat (1949)
Biwi (1950)
Putli (1950)
Actor (1951)
Dhoop Chhaon (1954)
Chalta Purza (1958)

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