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Aankhon mein surma daal ke jab aayegi dulhaniya

Posted on: May 4, 2017


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“Rani Roopmati” (1959) was a Ravikala Chitra Production. It was produced and directed by S N Tripathi. The movie had Bharat Bhushan, Nirupa Roy, Nalini Chonker, Krishnrao Chonkar, Anil Kumar, Dalpat, Rudha Apte, Rajrani, Heera, Ullhas, B. M. Vyas, Babu Raje, Radhika, Kiranmala, azeem, Bhagwan, Arvind Pandya, Shankar, Ajit, Hameed, Sulochana, Lami, Rajeshwari, Poonam Kapoor, Chandu, Amarnath etc in it.

According to HFGK, the movie had ten songs in it. Ten songs from the movie have been covered in the blog.

According to HFGK, the remaining song is the movie is the song “Aankhon mein surma daal ke jab aayegi dulhaniya ” and it is described as a two part song, though no record details are given for the second part. My feeling is that the audio version available on line contains both part I and the so called part II of the song. So we can treat the available version of the song as the full song. It appears to me that this song had just one version and not two. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on this matter.

The picturisation of the song appers quite brief and leaves music lovers wanting more of this song.

Here is this final song from “Raani Roopmati”(1959) which is sung by Usha Mangeshkar. Bharat Vyas is the lyricist. Music is composed by S N Tripathi.

With this song, “Rani Roopmati” (1959) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.

Video (partial)

Audio (Full)

Song-Aankhon mein surma daal ke (Raani Roopmati)(1959) Singer-Usha Mangeshkar, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-S N Tripathi

Lyrics

aankhon mein surma daal ke jab aayegi dulhaniya
aankhon mein surma daal ke jab aayegi dulhaniya
doolhe ke dil mein pyaar ki haay baajegi painjaniyaa
doolhe ke dil mein pyaar ki haay baajegi painjaniyaa

rah na sakegi jab doolhe ke
dil mein dil ki baat
rah na sakegi jab doolhe ke
dil mein dil ki baat
chupke chupke
chupke chupke
peechhe se
ghoonghat pe rakhega haath
chupke chupke peechhe se
ghoonghat pe rakhega haath
haay ghoonghat pe rakhega haath
gori ke
gori ke
gori ke gore gaal pe
ji haalegi nathhaniya
aankhon mein surma daal ke
jab aayegi dulhaniya
doolhe ke dil mein pyaar ki
haay baajegi painjaniya

champarangi ang pe singaar laage neeka
champaarangi ang pe singaar laage neeka
ye gora gora
ye gora mukhda dekh ke
chanda bhi laage pheeka
ye gora mukhda dekh ke
chanda bhi laage pheeka
haay chanda bhi laage phheeka
maathe ka
maathe ka
maathe ka teeka dekhke jal jayegi sautaniya
aankhon mein surma daal ke jab aayegi dulahaniya
dulhe ke dil mein pyaar ki haay baajegi painjaniya

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2 Responses to "Aankhon mein surma daal ke jab aayegi dulhaniya"

Atul ji,

I have done a complete scan of the film and also checked a few sources for this song. From my inputs so far, it seems that this song is just one song which has been used twice in the film, one stanza each.

In the first instance, it is the wedding of Roopmati with a local prince, which finally does not happen. The second time is the wedding being forced upon Roopmati by Azam Khan, the governor of Malwa, who has nefarious designs. In both situations, one stanza of the song is used. The record version contains these two stanzas. I have not been able to trace any additional stanza or another version of this song.

So, in practical terms, this film should be listed as having 11 songs. The list contained in the Geet Kosh is based on the film booklet, wherein this song is most likely listed twice, simply on the basis of its use in the film.

Rgds
Sudhir

Yes, that is what I have done. I have treated this as a single song and I have considered the movie to have 11 songs in it.

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