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Dekho idhar dekho

Posted on: February 12, 2021


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“Phir Wahi Raat”(1980) was produced by N N Sippy and directed by Danny Denzongpa. This suspense film had Rajesh Khanna, Kim, Danny Denzongpa, Aruna Irani, Jagdeep, A K Hangal, Tamanna, Lalita Pawar, Shashikala, Suresh Oberoi, Bhagwan Dada, Mukri, Om Shivpuri, Shubha Khote etc in it.

I have not watched this movie, but the movie appears quite an interesting movie, going by the story as contained in its wikipedia page:

Asha(Kim) lives in a hostel and troubled by the nightmares of her deceased aunt. The hostel warden (Lalita Pawar) and her friend Shobha (Aruna Irani) take her to a psychiatrist Dr Vijay (Rajesh Khanna). Doctor finds nothing wrong with her and advises her to get away from old memories. Parents of other girl’s from the hostel complains the administration about Asha’s behaviour and she was told to vacate the place.

Asha decides to go to her ancestral home. Dr Vijay and Shobha accompanies her. The huge manor is taken care of by Vishwanath (A.K. Hanglal) and his daughter Gauri (Tamanna). Dr Vijay and Asha develop a bond and after a few days Dr Vijay goes back to city for some work. Same night Asha sees a scary looking woman walking in the corridors. The woman keeps haunting her every night and Asha’s condition worsens. Dr Vijay comes back to help her and meets Asha’s cousin Ashok (Danny) in the manor.

Dr Vijay and Ashok plan a big party on the occasion of Asha’s birthday. Ashok calls his wife who lives abroad to join them. Ashok’s wife arrives, when Asha is cutting her birthday cake. Asha gets shocked to see her as she is the same woman who is haunting her from last many days in the house. She gets panicked and stabs Ashok’s wife, who succumbs to her injuries and dies on the spot. Police inspector Sharma (Suresh Oberoi), who is a guest of the party arrests Asha on the charge of murder. The court suspends the hearing as Asha’s condition is not stable and she is not suitable to go through the legal process.

Dr Vijay treats Asha and tries to get the answer why Asha killed Ashok’s wife. He tells Asha that Ashok’s wife arrives in India on the same day and there is no possibility that Asha saw her before her birthday in that house. But Asha is adamant that it was Ashok’s wife who was haunting her.

Gauri also gets killed after a few days. Shobha starts watching another woman walking around the house. Dr Vijay investigates further with the help of Inspector Sharma and solve the mystery at the end exposing a web of lies and greed.

This story piqued my interest and I have thought of watching this movie to find about the mystery. Watching this movie on the big screen during its original run in 1980 would have been the best way to watch the movie. Watching this movie 40 years, and that too on a tiny laptop, sitting alone would not be the same. 95 % of the thril and anticipation and suspence of watcing the movie with others would be missing.

The movie had six songs in it. Three songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fourth song from “Phir Wahi Raat”(1980) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle and Sushma Shreshtha. Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.

The song is picturised as a car song on Rajesh Khanna, Aruna Irani and Kim.

The tune of the some sounds familiar. It is same as that of Meri soni meri tamanna jhoothha nahin hai mera pyaar (Yaadon Ki Baaraat). If this movie is called “Phir Wahi Raat”, then this tune can be called “Phir Wahi tune”. 🙂

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala long ago. Today happens to be his birthday. So we take this opportunity to wish him happy birthday and many happy returns of the day,

Video

Audio

Song-Dekho idhar dekho (Phir Wahi Raat)(1980) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Sushma Shreshtha, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

Dekho idhar dekho
Ae mere humsafar
Jeewan ke safar mein
Peechhe mud ke kyaa dekhnaa
Dekho idhar dekho
La la la la la la
Ae mere humsafar
La la la la la
Jeewan ke safar mein
La la la la
Peechhe mud ke kyaa dekhnaa

Dekho idhar dekho
Ae mere humsafar
Jeewan ke safar mein
Peechhe mud ke kyaa dekhnaa

Beeti huyee baaton ka gham chhodo
Zara
Aao bolo hanso
Mausam badal gayaa chalo
Aanewaali bahaaron mein baso o

Are Beeti huyee baaton ka gam chhodo
Zara aao bolo hanso
Aha
Mausam badal gayaa chalo
Aanewaali bahaaron mein baso
Dekho idhar dekho
Ae mere humsafar

Jeewan ke safar mein
Peechhe mud ke kyaa dekhnaa

Haree haree phoolon bhari
Raahon mein zindagi kho gayi

Aa aa aa aa aa
La la la la
Haree haree phoolon bhari
Raahon mein zindagi kho gayi

O ghamon ke din gaye to phir
Hawaa bhi kya suhaani ho gayee

La la la la
La la la la
La la la la

Ghamon ke din gaye to phir
Hawaa bhi kya suhaani ho gayee ee

Dekho idhar dekho
La la la la. la la
Ae mere humsafar
La la la la…
Jeewan ke safar mein
La la la la la la
Peechhe mud ke kyaa dekhnaa
Dekho idhar dekho
Ae mere humsafar
Jeewan ke safar mein
Peechhe mud ke kyaa dekhnaa aa aa aa

3 Responses to "Dekho idhar dekho"

Thanks Atul ji for the post, good wishes and blessings,
Regards,

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record compny audio link:

actor Danny`s first directorial venture ???

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