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Song : ae dil na mujhse chhupa sach bata, kya hua ..
Movie : Badal ,1951,
Singer : Mukesh,Lata Mangeshkar,
Lyricist : Shailendra,
Music Director : Shankar Jaikishan,
Cast : Madhubala, Prem Nath, Purnima, Hiralal,Agha,Shanti,S.Nazir,Randhir,
Director : Amiya Chakrabarty..
Producer: Bhagwan Das Varma,
Production : Varma Films ,

Lyrics :-
ae dil na mujhse chhupa sach bata, kya hua
jane bhi do diruba jo hua, so hua

ae dil na mujhse chhupa sach bata, kya hua
jane bhi do diruba jo hua, so hua

taare gine raat bhar jaane kab yaad me so gayi
wo kaab thaa madbhara jis me behosh mai kho gayi
koi nind me humse ruth ke humko lut ke chal diya
koi nind me humse ruth ke humko lut ke chal diya
jane bhi do diruba jo hua, so hua
ae dil na mujhse chhupa sach bata, kya hua

khidki na chhodo khuli pyar ke chor hai taak me
kitno ki chori hui madbhari chandani raat me
aise marz ki dil ke dard ki, dil ka dard hi hai dava
aise marz ki dil ke dard ki, dil ka dard hi hai dava
ae dil na mujhse chhupa sach bata, kya hua
jane bhi do diruba jo hua, so hua

baate banao na ji raaz to aapke khul gaye
aankhe churaao na ji nain se nain to mil gaye
kya bura hua dil machal gaya, ghar badal gaya aapka
kya bura hua dil machal gaya, ghar badal gaya aapka
jane bhi do diruba jo hua, so hua
ae dil na mujhse chhupa sach bata, kya hua
jane bhi do diruba jo hua, so hua..

Storyline:-. Inspired by "The Legends of 'Robin Hood''

An Indianized version of the Sherwood Forest legend. King is away, the jaagirdar is a wimp and his henchman loots the poor. Our hero steals from the tyrant and helps the poor and repressed. On a romantic sideline, he courts the jagirdar's beautiful daughter, who is also being wooed by the evil henchman.
Madhubala :-
Mumtaz Jahan Begum Dehlavi, known by her stage name Madhubala (Devnagari: मधुबाला) (14 February 1933 -- 23 February 1969) was a popular Hindi movie actress. She starred in several successful movies in the 1950s and early 1960s, many of which have attained a classic status. With her contemporaries Nargis and Meena Kumari, she is widely regarded as one of the most talented Hindi movie actresses.

Trivia
Filmmaker Mohan Sinha taught Madhubala to drive a car when she was only 12 years old.
She was an avid fan of Hollywood and after learning to speak fluent English, frequently watched American movies on her home projector.

When nervous she suffered from uncontrolled outbursts of giggles and laughter which sometimes antagonised co-stars and directors.

When Guru Dutt first announced his classic film Pyaasa (1957) it was with Madhubala and Nargis in the feminine lead roles. The parts were eventually played by Mala Sinha and Waheeda Rehman who both became stars with the film.

With the exception of Geeta Dutt in Mr. & Mrs. '55 (1955), most of Madhubala's memorable songs were dubbed by Lata Mangeshkar or Asha Bhosle. Madhubala proved lucky for both. The songs from Mahal picturised on Madhubala in 1949 were some of Lata's earliest successes; nine years later, Asha's vocals for the actress in four 1958 films established her as a major playback singer, rivaling her own sister, Lata.

Madhubala's sister Chanchal was also an actress and bore a striking resemblance to her famous sibling. She appeared in Nazneen (1951), Naata (1955), Mahalon Ka Khwab (1960) and Jhumroo (1961) alongside Madhubala.
Duration: 05 Minute, 16 Second
Rating: 4.78 - Excellent
Definition: SD
Published: 3 Years Ago
Author: mastkalandr

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