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Song: Isharon isharon me Ddil lene wale..
Movie : Kashmir Ki Kali,1964,
Singers: Mohammad Rafi ,Asha Bhosale ,
Music : O. P. Nayyar ,
Lyricist : S.H. Bihari,(Shamshul Huda Bihari ),
Cast: Shammi Kapoor ,Sharmila ,Tegore,Pran ,Anup Kumar ,Nashir Husain,Dhumal,Tuntun,Padmawati,
Bir Saluja,Sundar,Sujata,Neeta,MadhuRani,Padma Chauhan,
Producer,Director: Shakti Samanta
Production Co: Shakti Films, United Producers,

Lyrics:-

Isharon isharon me dil lene wale,
bata yeh hunar tune sikha kaha se
Nigahon nigahon me jadu chalana,
meri jaan sikha hain tumne jaha se

Mere dil ko tum bha gaye,
meri kya thi is me khata
Mujhe jis ne tadapa diya,
yahi thi woh zalim adaa
Yeh ranja ki bate, yeh majanu ke kisse
Alag to nahin hain meri dastan se

Mohabbat jo karte hain woh,
mohabbat jatate nahin
Dhadakane apane dil ki kabhi,
kisi ko sunate nahin
Maja kya raha jab ke khud kar diya ho
Mohabbat kaa ijzahar apni zuban se

Mana ke jaane jahan lakhon me tum ek ho
Humari nigahon ki bhi kuchh to magar dad do
Baharo ko bhi naaz jis phool par tha
Wahi phool hamne chuna gulsitan se

Isharon isharon me dil lene wale,
bata yeh hunar tune sikha kaha se
Nigahon nigahon me jadu chalana,
meri jaan sikha hain tumne jaha se...

Plot of the movie ;-
To avoid the pressure to marry, Rajiv(shammi kapoor) leaves his family mansion and goes to Kashmir. There he meets Champa(sharmila tegore), the beautiful Kashmiri girl who sells flowers for living. They fall in love but Mohan, a local suitor tries to persuade Champa s blind father to give his daughters hand to Mohan(pran). Rajiv and Champa find themselves in the midst of events so stunning that their dream world seem to collapse. The story ends with the most unexpected twist and moves on to the breath taking climax brilliantly presented in the valleys of Kashmir. The movie is also very well know for its great music." if you feel its interesting better see yourself and enjoy ...

ABOUT Poet/Lyricist S.H. BIHARI :-

Shamshul Huda Bihari (S. H. Bihari) was born in 1922 in the district of Ara in the East Indian state of Bihar and died on 25 Feb 1987 of a heart attack. He studied in Calcutta, at Presidency College and graduated with a BA. He wrote love poems and songs (for most of his life) in Urdu and Hindi, he was also fluent in Bengali. As a youngster, he played football in Calcutta for Mohan Bagan. His brother Huda Bihari was a director (Jogi) and producer (Do Badan, Isi Ka Naam Duniya Hai ).

In 1947, he moved to Bombay from Calcutta, where he'd been living and studying. For the rest of his life, he wrote, with varying success, for the Hindi/Urdu film industry. In the late fifties and sixties, his work, particularly his partnership with composer O.P. Nayyar and the singer Asha Bhosle was exceptionally popular and the old catalogue continues to sell. With the decline in romantic movies during the seventies, his recorded work was limited though he continued to write throughout the period.

Some of his popular songs:-

?dekho woh chaand chhupke karta hai kya ishaare (Shart, 1953)
?na yeh chaand hoga na taare rahenge magar ham hamesha tumhaare rahenge (Shart, 1953)
?yeh hansta hua karvaan zindagi ka na poochho chala hai kidhar (Ek Jhalak, 1956)
?bahut shukriya badi mehrbaani meri zindagi mein huzoor aap aaye (Ek Musafir Ek Haseena, 1962)
?taarif karoon kya uski jisne tujhe banaya (Kashmir Ki Kali, 1964)
?zara haule haule chalo more saajna ham bhi peechhe hain tumhaare (Sawan Ki Ghata, 1966)
?yehi woh jagah hai yehi woh fiza hai jahaan par (Yeh Raat Phir Na Aayegi, 1966)
? kajra mohabbatwaala ankhiyon mein aisa daala kajre ne le lee meri jaan (Kismat, 1968)
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