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Mujhe loot ke na jaana ruk jaana

Posted on: July 1, 2016

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“Sati Savitri”(1964), as the name suggests, was a mythological tale of Savitri and Satyawaan, where Savitri brings her husband back from the clutches of Yam, the god of death. Such mythological movies were scoffed at by “educated” city slickers, whereas “less educated” movie watchers, especially of rural and semi rural backgrounds constituted the bulk of audience for such movies.

“Sati Savitri”(1964) was directed by Shantilal Soni for B R Productions, Bombay. The movie had Anjali Devi, Mahipal, Tiwari, B M Vyas, Mohan Choti, Jeewan, Aruna Irani, Niranjan Sharma etc in it.

Five songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. It is curious to note that only the audio of the songs of this movie are available. The prints of this movie are apparently not available so those of us who were “city slickers” at the time of the release of this movie have not seen the picturisation of these songs. 🙂

The movie had fantastic songs in it and I have enjoyed listening to them without being aware of the fact that they were from this movie. For instance, I first heard the song Itni jaldi kyaa hai gori saajan ke ghar jaane ki for the first time in 1975-76 in a vishesh Jaimala programme presented by Sunil Gavaskar. Sunil Ganvaskar did not tell us the details of the song and so I never became aware of the name of the movie for the next three decades or so. 🙂

Other songs of the movie were also quite popular songs. These songs, viz. Jeewan dor tum sang baandhi, Kabhi to miloge jeewan saathi , Sakhi ri pea kaa naam naam naa poochho and Tum gagan ke chandrmaa ho are still popular.

This makers of this B grade movie had signed up a prodigiously talented up and coming music director duo for this movie who were creating waves with their fantastic compositions in small budgets movies like “Parasmani”(1963), “Harishchandra Taramati”(1964), “Dosti”(1964), “Aaya Toofaan”(1964) etc.

Here is the sixth song from “Sati Savitri”(1964) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata. Bharat Vyas is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal, the abovementioned prodigiously talented up and coming music director duo of those days.

Like the other songs of this movie, only the audio of this song is available. assuming that Anjali devi played the role of Savitri, it is clear that the song may have been picturised on her. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.

HFGK mentions taht there were seven songs in this movie. The seventh song is “tum zulm karo anyaay karo yah paap kabhi nahin phal sakta”. The details of this song are not available in HFGK and the song itself seems to be untraceable as of now. I request our knowledeable readers to help us trace this song so that this movie too may join the list of YIPPEED movies in the blog.


Song-Mujhe loot ke na jaana (Sati Savitri)(1964) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal


mujhe loot ke na jaana aa
ruk jaana
mujhe loot ke na jaana aa aa
ruk jaana
binti hai ik sati ki ee
jyoti mere pati ki ee lautaana
mujhe loot ke na jaana aa
ruk jaana
mujhe loot ke na jaana aa
ruk jaana

jwaala mere sat ki ee
jag ko jala na daale
aansoo kahin dhadke
sristi hila na daale
mirtyu ke devta sun
moti ye mera mat chun
swaami ka dhyaan mera aa
badle vidhaan tera aa
sun jaana
mujhe loot ke na jaana aa
ruk jaana

doley jal thhal re
kaanpe dason dishaayen
halchal mere man ki
kahin dekh pralay na laaye ae
singaar lut sake na
sindoor mit sake na
toote ghamand tera aa
hai suhaag akhand mera aa
chhup jaana
mujhe loot ke na jaana
ruk jaana
ruk jaana
ruk jaana
ruk jaana

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