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Song : tujhe kho diyaa hamne paane ke baad..
Film : Aan ,1952,
Singer : Lata Mangeshkar,
Lyricist : Shakeel Badayuni.
Music Director : Naushad Ali,
Film Director : Mehboob Khan,
Film Producer : Mehboob,
Cast : Dilip Kumar, Nadira, Nimmi, Murad, Premnath, Mukri, Amir Bano, Cuckoo, Sheela Nayak, Maya, Abdul, Neelam Kothari, Maharaj,
Production Co: Mehboob Productions,

Lyrics :-
tujhe kho diyaa hamne paane ke baad
ho
tujhe kho diyaa hamne paane ke baad
teri yaad aayi
teri yaad aayi tere jaane ke baad
teri yaad aayi
tujhe kho diyaa hamne
milaa thaa naa jab tak judaayi kaa gham
mohabbat kaa matlab na samjhe the ham
tadapne lage teer khaane ke baad
tadapne lage
tadapne lage teer khaane ke baad
teri yaad aayi
teri yaad aayi tere jaane ke baad
teri yaad aayi
tujhe kho diyaa hamne
nigaahon mein ab tu samaane lagaa
teraaaa naam honthon pe aane lagaa
huye ham tere ek zamaane ke baad
huye ham tere
huye ham tere ek zamaane ke baad
teri yaad aayi
teri yaad aayi tere jaane ke baad
teri yaad aayi
tujhe kho diyaa hamne
mohabbat mili aur tu kho gayaa
tu kho gayaa
o
badalte hi qismat ye kyaa ho gayaa
kyaa ho gayaa
khushi chhin gayi dil lagaane ke baad
khushi chhin gayi
khushi chhin gayi dil lagaane ke baad
teri yaad aayi
teri yaad aayi tere jaane ke baad
teri yaad aayi...

Storyline
A Royal Indian family consists of the Emperor Maharaj (Murad, his brother Shamsher Singh (Premnath) and sister Rajshree (Nadira). A poor villager named Jai Tilak (Dilip Kumar) enters a contest to tame Princess Rajshree's horse and after he is successful Shamsher challenges him to a game of fencing. Jai is declared the winner of the fight after much dispute and Shamsher is enraged at losing to a poor villager. Jai then falls in love with Rajshree and tries numurous times to woo her but the princess's arrogance prevents her from revealing her true feelings. Shamsher becomes even more enraged when the Emperor Maharaj reveals that Shamsher is not the heir to his throne after his death and that he plans to free India from dictation and turn to democracy. Shamsher then plans to gain control of the kingdom by killing the Maharajah on the night before he is due to travel to England for a medical procedure. However he is unsuccessful after the Maharajah escapes an attempt on his life by ... Written by gavin

Box Office
Opening Weekend: £19,460 (UK) (4 June 2004)
Gross: £19,460 (UK) (4 June 2004)

Aan (आन, آن, Pride), also known as The Savage Princess in the U.S.A, is a 1952 Hindi film produced and directed by Mehboob Khan, which was India's first technicolour film, as it was shot in 16mm Gevacolor and was blown up in Technicolor.The cost of the film was Rs. 3.5 million and it turned out to be the highest grosser of 1952 as well as was the first to gross over Rs.15 million. This record was beaten 3 years later by Shree 420 in 1955.
Production :-
The film was made with an extremely large budget. Dilip Kumar, Premnath & Nimmi, were quickly signed on for starring roles, Initially, Nargis was cast but left the film to concentrate on her association with RK studios than Nadira and promoted her as his new star discovery.

When a first edit of the film was shown to the film's financiers and distributors, they objected that Nimmi's character died too early. This was due to Nimmi's vast popularity as an actress. Therefore a lavish and extended dream sequence was filmed and edited in to give Nimmi more prominence and screen time in the film.

Premiere and international release :-
Aan was one of the first Indian movies to have a world wide release. The film had an extremely lavish London premiere attended by Mehboob Khan, his wife Sadar Akhter and Nimmi. The English version was entitled Savage Princess. On the London trip, they met many western film personalities including Errol Flynn. When Flynn attempted to kiss Nimmi's hand she pulled it away, exclaiming, "I am an Indian girl, you cannot do that!" The incident made the headlines and the press raved about Nimmi as the "...unkissed girl of India".

Although Nimmi was not the romantic lead, she made a huge impact on audiences and her character, Mangala, emerged as the most popular in the film. This was to such an extent that, when the film was released dubbed in French in 1954, it was retitled Mangala, fille des Indes (Mangala, girl of India) and Nimmi was promoted as main star of the movie in the theatrical posters and trailers for the French language release. Nimmi further revealed in a 2013 interview, that at the London premiere of Aan, she received four serious offers from Hollywood, including Cecil B. DeMille who greatly admired the production design and Mehboob's vision as a director. He was in fact, so impressed by the film, he personally wrote a letter of commendation to Mehboob Khan praising the film and the performances of Nimmi and Nadira in particular.

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