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Sach ki hogi jeet sadaa

Posted on: January 14, 2017

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“Matwaala”(1958) was directed by M A Thirumugam for Saraswati Pictures. The movie had Ranjan, Baliah, Anjali Devi, E. V. Saroja, P. S. Verappan, M. K. Radha etc in it.

This obscure movie had seven obscure songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Matwaala”(1958) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Rafi. Hargovind is the lyricist. Music is composed by R Sudarshanam.

Only the audio of this song is avaialable. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of this song. The word “Matwaala” figures a few times in the song and that makes this song the theme cum title song of the movie.

With this song, “Matwaala”(1958) makes its debut in the blog.



Song-Sach ki hogi jeet sadaa (Matwaala)(1958) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Hargovind, MD-R Sudarshanam


sach ki hogi jeet sada
aur jhooth ki hogi haar
kaaghaj ke phulo pe kaise
aa sakti hai bahaar

jis dil mein lagan manzil ki ho
jis dil mein lagan manzil ki ho
wo manzil ko pa hi lega
raste ke har kaante ko wo
phool bana hi lega aa aa
phool bana hi lega

baadal garje bijli kadke
toofaan shor machaaye
manzil ka matwaala raahi
aage badhta jaaye
hanste hanste har mushqil
aasaan bana hi lega aa aa
aasaan bana hi lega
jis dil mein lagan manzil ki ho
wo manzil ko pa hi lega
raste ke har kaante ko wo
phool bana hi lega

door ho kinaara bhale door ho
kitna wo thhaka haara majboor ho
de de jaan par na dare matwaala
de de jaan par na dare matwaala
ismein hi jeet maane jeet dilwaala
jis dil mein lagan manzil ki ho
wo manzil ko pa hi lega
raste ke har kaante ko wo
phool bana hi lega aa aa
phool bana hi lega

5 Responses to "Sach ki hogi jeet sadaa"

‘Matwala’ was a dubbed Hindi movie, from Tamil. I saw it at old Lamington Cinema (Later converted to Apsara), when I was a kid. I became a fan of Ranjan after watching this movie! A horse & a dog were also stars in this film! Here is a link of the video, if you can watch it!


I dare say there was no theatre called Lamington Cinema. Apsara was situated on Lamington Road(and hence the confusion) even that as been converted to multiplex.
Apsara was nor built over any old theatre nor renovated. The first movie that was screened was Sangam in 1964.


My dear, earlier old Lamington Cinema was there in place of Apsara & many hit Hindi films were released there!. Then it was taken by Maharaja of Bhavnagar & he renovated it in 1964 & ‘Sangam’ was the first film, to be released there in June 1964. I have seen many films in Lamington Cinema, when it was there. Please refresh your memory!!


Maybe you are right. Thanks


It seems to be a ghoda-gaadi song


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