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Heera Moti

Nach Re Dharatee Ke Song Lyrics – Lata Mangeshkar

Nach Re Dharatee Ke from movie Heera Moti – Based in Vikrampur village, Dhuri lives an impoverished lifestyle along with his wife, Razia, and a sister, Champa. He is a farmer, owns a small piece of land and two oxen, Heera and Moti. He hopes to get Champa married to a fellow farmer by the name of Pashupati. He lends his oxen to Roopnandan who enters them in a race and they win much to the chagrin of the Zamindar who sends his agent, Bansilal Mehta with Rs.100/- to acquire the oxen. When Razia refuses to sell, an enraged Zamindar sets the entire community against Dhuri and his family – blacklisting as well as pitting Pashupati against him. When Dhuri approaches the Panchayat – he will soon learn that the ‘Parmeshwar’ is missing from the ‘Panch’ as it is being controlled and manipulated by the Zamindar; his oxen will not only go missing but he will have his land taken away – leaving him with no option but to re-locate elsewhere.

Jhum Jhum Manmohan Re Murali Song Lyrics – Hemant Kumar

Jhum Jhum Manmohan Re Murali from movie Biraaj Bahu – Nilambhar Chakravorty belongs to a poor family, and lives in a joint family with his married brother, Pitambar, unmarried sister, Punnu, and wife, Biraj. Since his sister is of marriageable age, he arranges her marriage, and borrows some money. When Pitambar comes to know about this, he refuses to share any expense in his sister’s marriage, and decides to separate, resulting in a fence being put up between their homes. Nilambher, unable to find employment, is unable to pay back the loan, and soon both he and his wife barely have enough to live on. To complicate matters further, Deodhar, a wealthy young contractor has his eye on Biraj’s beauty and would like to be intimate with her, in return for money and a better life. He even hires Biraj’s maidservant, Sundari, to lure Biraj to him. One day when Nilambher goes to attend a funeral in a nearby town, and does not come home for two days. When he returns he is told that Biraj had been seen hear Deodhar’s place. When he questions her, she refuses to explain and he asks to get out of his house, which she does, and eventually disappears from his life altogether. All Nilambher hears is rumors that Biraj has run away with Deodhar and is leading a comfortable life, but no one knows for sure where she is or why she refused to explain to Nilambher where she was that night.

Jab Jag Uthhe Arman Toh Song Lyrics – Hemant Kumar

Jab Jag Uthhe Arman Toh from movie Bin Badal Barsaat – Seventy years ago the wealthy Thakur of Neelamghat had an affair with a gypsy girl, and then married another woman. The gypsy girl’s dad placed a curse on the entire Thakur family that whenever a male marries, his wife will die in mysterious circumstances after an year. The curse has come true over the years, and none of the Thakurs have escaped it’s wrath. The latest Thakur, Prabhat has now come to settle in Neelamghat, and is attracted to the local doctor’s daughter, Sandhya Gupta. When Dr. Gupta proposes marriage, Prabhat tells them about the gypsy curse, and both father and daughter scoff at this. They quickly change their minds one night, when they find Prabhat dressed as a groom, getting ready to marry a reincarnated gypsy girl.

Bekarar Karke Hume Yu Naa Jayiye Song Lyrics – Hemant Kumar

Bekarar Karke Hume Yu Naa Jayiye from movie Bees Saal Baad – A wealthy Thakur rapes a village girl in Chandanghat. She commits suicide after the trauma and soon Thakur also dies. The villagers believe that he was killed by the spirit of that girl. Thakur’s son and brother are also killed. Twenty years later Thakur’s grandson Kumar Vijay Singh arrives. Villagers warn him to stay away from the ancestral home where his ancestors were killed. But Vijay still insists living there and hires a detective.

Chalee Goree Pee Se Milan Ko Chalee Song Lyrics – Hemant Kumar

Chalee Goree Pee Se Milan Ko Chalee from movie Ek Hi Raasta (1956) – Amar, Malti, and their young son, Raja, live a middle-class, but very harmonious life. Both Amar and Malti were brought up in an orphanage, and are always ready to help other orphans. Amar works for a kind-hearted and generous employer named Prakash Mehta, who is envious of their lifestyle, and would himself like to get married. Then one day Amar intercepts some criminal activity, which results in two employees losing their jobs, with one ending up in prison. When the prison term gets over, he runs over Amar under his truck, killing him instantly. Devastated and heart-broken, Malti hides this news from Raja and tells him that Amar is hospitalized and unable to return home. Then the towns folks start linking her with Prakash, leading to rumors being spread about their intimacy, finally resulting in Prakash proposing to her and both getting married. This settled, the two hope that life will continue and wounds will heal. But Raja expects his dad to return home, starts hating Prakash – so much so he harbors thoughts of killing him. And then one day Raja gets hold of a gun – and this time he will make sure that he kills Prakash – who he blames for his parents’ separation.

Sanvale Salone Aaye Din Bahar Ke Song Lyrics – Hemant Kumar

Sanvale Salone Aaye Din Bahar Ke from movie Ek Hi Raasta (1956) – Amar, Malti, and their young son, Raja, live a middle-class, but very harmonious life. Both Amar and Malti were brought up in an orphanage, and are always ready to help other orphans. Amar works for a kind-hearted and generous employer named Prakash Mehta, who is envious of their lifestyle, and would himself like to get married. Then one day Amar intercepts some criminal activity, which results in two employees losing their jobs, with one ending up in prison. When the prison term gets over, he runs over Amar under his truck, killing him instantly. Devastated and heart-broken, Malti hides this news from Raja and tells him that Amar is hospitalized and unable to return home. Then the towns folks start linking her with Prakash, leading to rumors being spread about their intimacy, finally resulting in Prakash proposing to her and both getting married. This settled, the two hope that life will continue and wounds will heal. But Raja expects his dad to return home, starts hating Prakash – so much so he harbors thoughts of killing him. And then one day Raja gets hold of a gun – and this time he will make sure that he kills Prakash – who he blames for his parents’ separation.