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Published on 14 Dec 2011 | over 5 years ago

Song : Nain mile nain hue baawre..
Movie Taraana (1951),
Singer : Lata Mangeshkar,Talat Mehmood,,
Lyricist : Prem Dhawan,
Music Director :Anil Biswas,
HAPPY BIRTHDAY YUSUF BHAI..MAY GOD BLESS YOU WITH GOOD HEALTH..

Produced and written by K S Daryani and directed by Ram Daryani.
The film stars Dilip Kumar, Madhubala, Shyama and Jeevan
This film was released six decades ago.Music of this movie played an important role in popularizing this movie which had Dilip Kumar and Madhubala in it. Those were the days when they had a long term romance going between the two onscreen as well as off screen. And this very much reelects on their on screen performance,.

Lyrics :-

nain mile nain huye baawre
nain mile nain huye baawre
chain kahaan mohe sajan saanwre
nain huye baawre
nain mile nain huye baawre
nain mile nain huye baawre

dekhte hi dekhte main kho gayi
dekhte hi dekhte main kho gayi
jaagte hi jaagte main so gayi
jaagte hi jaagte main so gayi
ab kabhi main jaagnaa naa chaahoon re
ab kabhi main jaagnaa naa chaahoon re
nain huye baawre

chalte chalte paanv mere tham gaye
chalte chalte paanv mere tham gaye
tum mile to dil ke saare gham gaye
tum mile to dil ke saare gham gaye
mil gayi zulfon ki thandi chhaanv re
mil gayi zulfon ki thandi chhaanv re
nain huye baawre

dhadkane dil ki chhupaaun kis tarah
aaa
dhadkane dil ki chhupaaun kis tarah
laaj kaa ghoonghat uthaaun kis tarah
laaj kaa ghoonghat uthaaun kis tarah
kis tarah saajan teri ban jaaun re
kis tarah saajan teri ban jaaun re
nain huye baawre

nainon se nainaa tere kuchh kah gaye
oo oo
nainon se nainaa tere kuchh kah gaye
pyaar ki lahron mein do dil bah gaye
pyaar ki lahron mein do dil bah gaye
ab ruke naa preet ki ye naav re
ab ruke naa preet ki ye naav re
nain huye baawre
nain mile nain huye baawre
chain kahaan mohe sajan saanwre
nain huye baawre..


Dilip Kumar दिलीप कुमार, دلیپ کمار born Muhammad Yusuf Khan, is an Indian actor and a former Member of Parliament. He has been described as the "greatest" actor ever. Acclaimed Bollywood actor, Amitabh Bachan called him "the Ultimate, the best". He lives in Pali Hill, Bandra in Mumbai, India. He is commonly known as "Tragedy King".
and is described as "the ultimate method actor" by Satyajit Ray.

Dilip Kumar married actress and beauty queen Saira Banu in year 1966 when he was aged 44 and she was 22. His brothers are Nasir Khan, Ehsan Khan and Aslam Khan.[18] Kumar's younger brother Nasir Khan was also an actor and appeared opposite him in Ganga Jamuna (1961) and Bairaag (1976).
His first film with Nisar Bhai and Hamed Bhai Jwar Bhata was released in 1944 which went unnoticed. His first major hit was the 1947 film Jugnu. He appeared in many hits thereafter including the romantic melodramas Mela (1948), Andaz (1949), Deedar (1951), Daag (1954), Devdas (1955), Yahudi (1958) and Madhumati (1958). These films established his screen image as the "Tragedy King".

He also played lighthearted roles in films such as Aan (1952), Azaad (1955) and Kohinoor (1960). In 1960 he portrayed Prince Salim in the historical film Mughal-e-Azam which as of 2008 was the second highest grossing film in Hindi film history
In 1961 he produced and starred in Ganga Jamuna in which he and his real-life brother Nasir Khan played the title roles. This was the only film he produced. In 1962 British director David Lean offered him the role of Sherif Ali in his 1962 film Lawrence of Arabia, but Kumar declined the part. The role eventually went to Omar Sharif, the Egyptian actor.

Dilip Kumar is widely considered to be one of the greatest actors in the history of Hindi Cinema.[3][4][5] Kumar holds the Guinness World Record for having won the maximum number of awards by an Indian actor.[21] He has received many awards throughout his career, including 8 Darsh Award for Best Actor awards and 19 nominations.[22] He was honoured with the Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award in 1993.[23] The Government of India honoured him with the Dadasaheb Phalke Award in 1994[17] - the highest award for cinematic excellence in India. In 1980, he was appointed Sheriff of Mumbai, an honorary position. In 1991, he was awarded Padma Bhushan from the Government of India. In 1997, Kumar was awarded, Nishan-e-Pakistan, Pakistan's highest civilian award.
He received in 1997 the NTR National Award. He was also awarded CNN-IBN Indian of the Year - Lifetime Achievement Award in 2009. From some years large section of his fan and people in general are demanding Bharat Ratna for Dilip Kumar.

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