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Saari duniya mein dekhe hain do anpadh naadaan

Posted on: June 4, 2022


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Today 4th June 2022 is the 86th birth anniversary of actress Nutan, or I must say one of greatest and finest actress of Hindi Cinema. She is undoubtedly my most favorite actress from Hindi movies.

Nutan was born on 4th June 1936 and passed away on 21st February 1991.

Today, in this post I am not going to discuss here detailed biography, but I would only like to list some of her movies which I get to watched till date. I might be forgetting some which I would have watched with elders in the family when I was a child.

I will start with the movie ‘Saraswatichandra-1968’. I still remember that as a child learning in 7th or 8th standard when I get to watch the movie ‘Saraswatichandra (1968)’ (in black and white) during the weekly screening of movies at our colony club we were staying then.

After watching this movie, I have never forgotten this face and the song ‘phool tumhe bheja hai khat mein’. There was a girl in our class having same face cut as that of Nutan, and that girl remained my crush forever thereafter.

Around the same period that is 1976 to 1983 I get to watch her ‘Dil Hi To Hai’, ‘Kanhaiyya’ ‘Chhalia’ in our colony club.

I think I had also watched ‘Anuraag’ and ‘Yaadgaar’ with my parents.

I do not remember correctly but I must have watched ‘Baarish’, ‘Paying Guest’, ‘Seema’ ‘Manzil’, ‘Anari’, ‘Bandini’, ‘Saudagar’, ‘Meri Jung’ on TV.

I watched her ‘Tere Ghar Ke Saamne’ many times and that remained one of my ‘all-time favorite movies’. First I watched it on Video cassettes and later-on on TV channels.

I watched her ‘Khaandaan’, ‘Milan’, ‘Dil Ne Phir Yaad Kiya’, ‘Karma’, and ‘Naam’ during my stay at Parli Vaijnath (1985-1988). I had bought the VCD of ‘Dulhan Ek Raat Ki’ recently (2004-2010).

I may be forgetting some movies which I might have watched. But whatever movies of her I watched I had always likened her roles and her acting. I think she was the most gracious and admired and respected heroine of her times.

Today on her birth anniversary I am presenting a song picturised on her in the movie ‘Meharbaan’. I have yet to watch this movie.

“Meharbaan-1967” was directed by A. Bhim Singh for ‘A.V.M., Madras’. It was produced by A.V. Meiyappan. It had Ashok Kumar, Sunil Dutt, Nutan, Mehmood, Sudesh Kumar, Bhalla, Shaymlal, Jankidas, Umesh Sharma, Ramavtaar, Rajkishore, Mukri, Sulochana, Shashikala, Shyama, Raj Mehra, Ramesh Deo, Ashim Kumar, Kumari Padma, Master Levi, Jayanthi, Bharathi and others.

Here is a brief about this movie as taken from ‘Wikipedia’,

Shanti Swarup (Ashok Kumar), a wealthy businessman, lives with his three sons Ram, Shyam, and Sunder; his wife Parvati (Sulochana Latkar); widowed daughter Devki (Shashikala): unmarried daughter Geeta; and adopted orphan Kanhaiya.

Kanhaiya (Sunil Dutt) is raised as Shanti Swarup’s family member and he in return is very dedicated to this family, especially his adopters – Shanti and Parvati. They come across Laxmi (Nutan) whose parents, known to the Swarups, died and so they also bring Laxmi into their family. Parvati wants Sunder to marry Laxmi, but Sunder wants to marry his lover, Rachna. Through a dramatic twist of events, Kanhaiya marries Laxmi and Sundar marries Rachna. Shanti arranges for Geeta to marry Ramesh, the son of his friend Lala Karamchand. Financial losses cause Shanti to lose all his wealth. Ram and Shyam refuse to help him at all, and Karamchand cancels the impending marriage. Kanhaiya and Laxmi leave the house due to the instance of Shanti to make him self-dependent and also ill-treatment by his sons. But they are given shelter by Laxmi’s long-lost brother Madhu (Mehmood) who doesn’t reveal his identity to Laxmi. Disheartened, depressed and unable to face anyone, Shanti dies. Even as his palatial house is to be auctioned by Karamchand, who is voracious, a devastated Parvati is on her deathbed as she cannot think of living anywhere else, and only a miracle can save the now ruined family, but Kanhaiya saves Karamchands son Ramesh from a car accident. Thus, Karamchand gives the palatial house in favor of Kanhaiya and on turn reunites with the family and fulfils the wishes of Shanti Swaroop.

“Meharbaan-1967” had seven songs written by Rajinder Krishan. Following is the list of songs as mentioned in HFGK Vol-IV (1961-1970).

SNo Song Title Singer/s Posted On
01 Ae mere dost ae mere hamdam Mohd Rafi 21.01.2013
02 Mera gadhaa gadhon ka leader Mohd Rafi, Mehmood 09.12.2016
03 Ik raaja ki sun lo kahaani Lata Mangeshkar, Rafi 06.06.2021
04 Ik raaja ki sun lo kahaani Mohd Rafi 06.06.2021
05 Saawan ki raat kaari kaari Asha Bhonsle 03.03.2022
06 Aayega aayega ik chhail chhabilaa aayega Mohd Rafi 25.05.2022
07 Saari duniya mein dekhe hain do anpadh naadaan Lata Mangeshkar

So far, six songs from this movie have been posted in the blog.

All the songs of ‘Meharbaan-1967’ were composed by the legendary music director Ravi.

Today’s song is sung by Lata Mangeshkar. Nutan lip-syncs the song onscreen with Sunil Dutt also seen in the picturisation.

This song is a nice melodious song to listen to.

With this song all the songs of ‘Meharbaan-1967’ get covered on the blog and this movie joins the list of movies that have been YIPPEED on the blog.

Let us now listen to today’s song …


Song-Saari duniya mein dekhe hain do anpadh naadaan (Meharbaan)(1967) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Ravi

Lyrics

Saari duniya mein dekhe hain
Do anpadh naadaan
Ik tum dooje bhagwaan
Ik tum dooje bhagwaan
Saari duniya mein dekhe hain
Do anpadh naadaan
Ik tum dooje bhagwaan
Ik tum dooje bhagwaan

Jisne ye sansaar banaaya
Bolo kisne usey padhaaya
Jisne ye sansaar banaaya
Bolo kisne usey padhaaya
Duniya ko sikhlaane waala
Kiske ghar se seekh ke aaya
Is par bhi wo naam ka bhola
Baante sabko gyaan
Baante sabko gyaan
Saari duniya mein dekhe hain
Do anpadh naadaan
Ik tum dooje bhagwaan
Ik tum dooje bhagwaan

Kahaan padhe ye chaand sitaare
Jo dete jag ko ujiyaare
Kahaan padhe ye chaand sitaare
Jo dete jag ko ujiyaare
Us gyaani se moorakh achha
Jo duniya ke kaam sanwaare
Paas hai jiske dhan sewa ka
Wo sachchaa dhanwaan
Wo sachchaa dhanwaan
Saari duniya mein dekhe hain
Do anpadh naadaan
Ik tum dooje bhagwaan
Ik tum dooje bhagwaan

Jo apne bal ko pehchaane
Haar kisi se kyun wo maane
Jo apne bal ko pehchaane
Haar kisi se kyun wo maane
Karm ko apne dharam jo samjhe
Kaun aayega usey jhukaane
Chhod udaasi kahe ye daasi
O bhole insaan
O bhole insaan
Saari duniya mein dekhe hain
Do anpadh naadaan
Ik tum dooje bhagwaan
Ik tum dooje bhagwaan

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Devanagari Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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सारी दुनिया में देखे हैं
दो अनपढ़ नादान
इक तुम दूजे भगवान
इक तुम दूजे भगवान
सारी दुनिया में देखे हैं
दो अनपढ़ नादान
इक तुम दूजे भगवान
इक तुम दूजे भगवान

जिसने ये संसार बनाया
बोलो किसने उसे पढ़ाया
जिसने ये संसार बनाया
बोलो किसने उसे पढ़ाया
दुनिया को सिखलाने वाला
किसके घर से सीख के आया
इस पर भी वो नाम का भोला
बांटे सबको ज्ञान
बांटे सबको ज्ञान
सारी दुनिया में देखे हैं
दो अनपढ़ नादान
इक तुम दूजे भगवान
इक तुम दूजे भगवान

कहाँ पढ़े ये चाँद सितारे
जो देते जग को उजियारे
कहाँ पढ़े ये चाँद सितारे
जो देते जग को उजियारे
उस ज्ञानी से मूरख अच्छा
जो दुनिया के काम सँवारे
पास हैं जिसके धन सेवा का
वो सच्चा धनवान
वो सच्चा धनवान
सारी दुनिया में देखे हैं
दो अनपढ़ नादान
इक तुम दूजे भगवान
इक तुम दूजे भगवान

जो अपने बल को पहचाने
हार किसी से क्यूँ वो माने
जो अपने बल को पहचाने
हार किसी से क्यूँ वो माने
कर्म को अपने धर्म जो समझे
कौन आएगा उसे झुकाने
छोड़ उदासी कहे ये दासी
ओ भोले इंसान
ओ भोले इंसान
सारी दुनिया में देखे हैं
दो अनपढ़ नादान
इक तुम दूजे भगवान
इक तुम दूजे भगवान

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