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Song : main jab bhi akeli hoti hun ..
Film: Dharamputra,1962,
Acharya Chatursen Shastry novel,
Singer : Asha Bhosale,
Lyricist: Sahir Ludhianvi,
Music Director: N Dutta,
Director: Yash Chopra,
Cast: Shashi Kapoor,Mala Sinha,Rehman,Indrani Mukherjee,Nirupa Roy,Baby Tabassum, Manmohan Krishan,Deven Verma,Shashikala,Balam,j Nissar,Ravi Kant,Narbada Shankar, Nazir, Leela Chitnis, Ashok Kumar, Rajender Kumar, Shashikala,Balam, Rohit, Babloo, Jagdeesh Raj, Nazir Kashmiri, Moolchand, Ismail, Naval, Sarla, Sujata,
Producer: B R Chopra,
Production : B.R. Films,
Lyrics :-
main jab bhi akeli hoti huun, tum chupake se aa jaate ho
aur jhaank ke meri aankhon mein, bite din yaad dilaate ho
bite din yaad dilaate ho
mastaana hava ke jhonkon se har baar vo parde ka hilana
parde ko pakadane ki dhun mein do ajanabi haathon ka milana
aankhon mein dhuaan sa chha jaana saanson mein sitaare se khilana
bite din yaad dilaate ho, bite din yaad dilaate ho
mud-mud ke tumhaara raste mein takana
vo mujhe jaate-jaate aur mera thithak kar ruk jaana
chilaman ke qarib aate-aate nazaron ka taras kar rah jaana
ek aur jhalak paate-paate bite din yaad dilaate ho,
bite din yaad dilaate ho
baalon ko sukhaane ke khaatir kothe pe vo mera aa jaana
aur tumako muqaabil paate hi kuchh sharmaana kuchh balakhaana
hamasaayon ke dar se kataraana, ghar vaalon ke dar se ghabaraana
bite din yaad dilaate ho,
bite din yaad dilaate ho
barasaat ke bhige mausam mein, sardi ki thithurati raaton mein
paharon vo yuun hi baithe rahana haathon ko pakadakar haathon mein
aur la.mbi la.mbi ghadiyon ka kat jaana baaton baaton mein
bite din yaad dilaate ho,
bite din yaad dilaate ho
ro-ro ke tumhein khat likhati huun ro-ro ke tumhein khat likhati huun
aur khud padhakar ro leti hun..
haalaat ke tapate tuufaan mein jazbaat ki kashti kheti huun
main jab nhi akeli hoti hun...

This was Shashi Kapoor's first film as an adult actor playing the pivotal role of a Hindu fundamentalist.
Noted actor Rajendra Kumar made a special appearance for a song as did Shashikala.
At the 9th National Film Awards it was awarded the Best Feature Film in Hindi.
Synopsis:-
Dharmputra is a 1961 Hindi film directed by Yash Chopra based on a novel of the same name by Acharya Chatursen.
This is Yash's second directorial venture. It was the first Hindi film to depict the partition of India, and Hindu fundamentalism.
Produced by his elder brother B.R. Chopra who was himself uprooted from Lahore, during the partition of India and established B.R. Films in Mumbai in 1956.

The theme was reversed in this film as herein a Hindu family brings an illegitimate Muslim child.
The film opens in 1925, during the British rule in India & at the height of Indian independence movement is the tale of two Delhi families, that of Nawab Badruddin and Gulshan Rai. The two families are so close that they virtually share the same house. The Nawab's daughter, Husn Bano, has an affair with a young man named javed & gets pregnant. When the Nawab attempts to arrange her marriage with javed, he finds that javed has disappeared. Amrit Rai and his wife Savitri assist Husn with the birth of a baby boy, Dilip, and even adopt him and give him their family name. Young Dilip is the apple of the Badruddin and the Rai households. Husn then gets married to another young man, Javed and moves to another location. In the meantime, while participating in a protest to force the British to leave India the Nawab is killed. Years later, Husn Bano and Javed return to a warm welcome by the Rai family.
Then she meets Dilip - not the Dilip she had left behind - this Dilip is fascist, a Muslim-hater, who has joined forces with other extremists, in order to force Muslims to leave India and even go to the extent of burning buildings and killing them. How can Husn and Dilip adapt to each other with so much hate and distrust between them?
Storyline :-
Circa British Rule in India is the tale of two Delhi families, that of Nawab Badruddin[Ashok Kumar] and Gulshan Rai[Manmohan Krishna]. The two families are so close that they virtually share the same house. The Nawab's daughter, Husn Bano[Mala Sinha], has an affair with a young man named Hamid[Rehman}, & gets pregnant. When the Nawab attempts to arrange her marriage with Hamid, he finds that Hamid has disappeared. Amrit Rai and his wife Savitri assist Husn with the birth of a baby boy, Dilip[Shashi Kapoor], and even adopt him and give him their family name. Young Dilip is a cute young child, the apple of the Badruddin and the Rai households. Husn then gets married to another young man, Javed, and moves to another location. In the meantime, while participating in a protest to force the British to leave India, the Nawab gets killed. Years later, Husn Bano and Javed return to a warm welcome by the Rai family. Then she meets Dilip - not the Dilip she had left behind - this Dilip is fascist, a Muslim-hater, who has joined forces with other extremists, in... Written by rAjOo

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