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Mohammad Rafi sung Phool Ka Shabab Kya and featured in this movie, nine years after his death.

Govinda was the youngest actor to have sung a Mohammad Rafi song.

This was the last ever time Govinda and Amrish Puri have been in a movie.

When the film released, several people asked Govinda what he was doing in such a small role in a horrible film. Govinda explained the film's producer Dalwinder came to sign Govinda for the film. Govinda had no dates and said he could not do the film. Dalwinder told Govinda to just say yes, he would figure out the rest. When Govinda arrived later that night at his house at 3 am, he saw Dalwinder waiting for him. Govinda was so impressed with Dalwinder's passion he signed the film without hearing his role. Over the next year Govinda kept shooting bits and pieces here and there. He could not make out anything about the film. When he finally saw the film , he realized why Dalwinder signed him. Dalwinder was launching himself as a hero with the film. He needed saleable hero in the film. This was so the distributors would buy the film. But in the film Dalwinder only concentrated on the roles of Shashi Kapoor and himself. Govinda joked the film shouldve been titled "Bhai Ho To Aisa".

There was a shelved movie "Hari Bhari"(1980). Starring Raj Kiran, Madhu Malhotra, When the film was shelved, the song " Phool Ka Jawab Kya" was used in the film " Farz Ki Jung" starring Govinda and Neelam.

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Directed by Ravikant Nagaich, Farz (1967) is a 1967 Hindi film segment which features Jeetendra, Babita, Aruna Irani, Nagesh, Agha, and David in main roles. This is the story of a secret agent who is delegated a special task of solving the mystery behind his companion’s homicide. Meanwhile, he falls in love with an endearing lady whose father is found to be a gangster. It is interesting to see whether the lady will believe the agent or trust her father more.

Album: Farz (1967)

Song: Tumse O Hasina Kabhee Mohabbat Naa


Tumse o hasina kabhee mohabbat naa maine karnee thee
Magar mere dil ne mujhe dhokha de diya

Tumse o hasina kabhee mohabbat naa maine karnee thee
Magar mere dil ne mujhe dhokha de diya

Aag sulag gayee nas nas me, nind rahee naa raha chain bas me
Todee jaye naa abb mujhse, pyar kee yeh rasme kasme
Aa gayee bulbul kafas me
Tauba meree tauba yeh halat naa maine karnee thee
Magar mere dil ne mujhe……..

Log yeh mujhko hain samjhate, bit rahee thee hanste gate
Maine tumhe kis liye chheda, raho me aate jate
Mujhe sab hain satate
Tauba meree tauba yeh shararat naa maine karnee thee
Magar mere dil ne mujhe……..

Sham savere dil ghabraye, raje dil naa khul jaye
Rat hamare sapano me chhup ke, roj koyee aaye jaye
Kahe neha lagaye
Tauba meree tauba yeh kayamat naa maine karnee thee
Magar mere dil ne mujhe……..

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Farz (1967) Lyrics - All Songs Lyrics & Videos

These hindi songs from Farz (1967) Lyrics and was composed by Laxmikant-pyarelal. The lyrics are writted by Anand bakshi

Farz (1967) Lyrics Lyrics
Movie Farz (1967) Lyrics
Language Hindi
Music Director(s)Laxmikant-pyarelal

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Mohabbat Ke Din Ho 4k Video Song - Farz - Alka Yagnik, Udit Narayan - Sunny Deol, Priety Zinta
Producer: Sunil Saini
Director: Raj Kanwar
Starring: Sunny Deol, Preity Zinta, Om Puri
Music: Uttam Singh, Anu Malik, Aadesh Shrivastava
Lyrics: Sameer
Singers: Lata Mangeshkar, Udit Narayan, Anupama Deshpande, Alka Yagnik, Sunny Deol, Sonu Nigam, Anuradha Paudwal, Sunidhi Chauhan, Richa Sharma, KK
Audio on: T-series
Number of Songs: 8
Reviewed by: Anjali Abrol
Reviewer's Rating: 6 out of 10

It has been quite a bit of time since we´ve seen a Sunny Deol starrer, though the one with excellent music that comes to mind is Dillagi, disasterous as the movie may have been. The latest Sunny Deol flick, Farz, alongside cutie Preity Zinta, sports music by Uttam Singh, of DTPH fame, so expectations are high....

The album starts off with a duet by Lata Mangeshkar and Udit Narayan, with the song Dekhen Bhi To Kya Dekhen. Lata´s voice sings of age, which makes Udit´s young, spirited voice sound especially fresh and vibrant. The music is very typical Juhi/Madhuri-like, curly hair flowing as they dance on the side of a mountain, though the beat does not quite match the pace of the singing (the latter being too slow). The song makes a pleasant listen, the song is nothing special or different from the run-of-the-mill love songs. Decent listen

Bichua Bichua is a solo by Anupama Deshpande and Ila Arun-like beginning was a huge turn-off. The fascination of Bichuas in hindi songs has grown exponentially in the last few years, hasn´t it. One song is fine, two, maybe, but please, not too many. The song falls in the ordinary bichoo songs, though it still delivers....uhhmm excitement? Maybe the song will pick up in the film, but for now...pass. Okay

Mohabbat Ke Din Ho (composed by Anu Malik) really sounded more like an Aamir Khan song rather than a Sunny Deol one (likely due to the Udit Narayan- Alka Yagnik combo). Har Subah Yaad Rakhna gives Punjabi Jatt Sunny his chance at the micophone, even if it is to accompany Lata Mangeshkar and Udit Narayan with dialogues. Though it is good, but a little too much Amitabh-like, and picking up on the Ajay Devgan trend. The funniest part is hearing the contrast of Sunny´s gruff voice and Udit´s singing (Sunny´s "song" voice). I am really tired of Uttam Singh´s irritating tendency to make the pace of the music too fast for the singing...is he just hard of hearing, or do voices register a little faster than do music instrument sounds? Both songs are okay, but nothing special. I suspect most of these songs will pick up pace/popularity with the picturization of the movie. Good, though ordinary

Jadoo Hai Yeh Kaisa  rendered by Sonu Nigam and Anuradha Paudwal is ruined by the too fast beat. The singing is wayyy too slow and throws the entire song, which had potential, off completely. A waste of Sonu´s talent. Okay

Aelo Aelo Ji (sung by Udit Narayan & Alka Yagnik) picks up the album´s pace with a more disco-like beat which sounds almost ridiculous when imagining Sunny dancing to this song. This song had lifts from past 70´s and 80´s movies, one being Namak Halal. The song is cute in a silly way, okay make that ridiculous, but Preity Zinta can pull off this sort of song easily. Will pick up pace with movie picturization.

Jhanak Jhanak Baaje (composed by Aadesh Shrivastava) is a quick, catchy song that brings in a pop angle to the album. The fresh voices of Sunidhi Chauhan, Richa Sharma, and K.K., in combination with traditional and modern beats with a Punjabi twist, makes this song a possible Top 10 song and definitely a song that will be hitting desi nightclubs and remix albums. This song is one of my favorites of the album, because it breaks away from the typical love songs and gives something fresh and energetic. Hit!

Dhola Dhola picks up a more catchy Bhangra beat, the dhol a must (as is a must in the Deol movies). A duet by Sonu Nigam and Anuradha Paudwal, this song provides for a definite Top 10 song. An interesting mix of traditional and modern Bhangra beats, the song is fun and will be a treat on-screen. Catchy ! Hit!

This album lacks creativity on the whole part and I am beginning to believe that perhaps Uttam Singh just got lucky with DTPH (which wasn´t ALL that great). I suspect that the songs will pick up with the release of the film, but on its own, it is hardly a masterpiece. Personally, a CD investment is in store for me since I like Dhola Dhola and Jhanak Jhanak so much on first listening.

Favorites: Jhanak Jhanak Baaje, Dhola Dhola

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Farz (1961) Lyrics

Farz Lyrics: Here, you will get the interesting facts of Hindi picture film Farz. Farz movie cast are Jeetendra, Babita. It was released in the year 1961. Farz movie release date was //1961 (dd/mm/yyyy). A list of Farz movie songs with song titles, singer names, music composer and lyrics writer is given below.

movieMovie: Farz

artistStar Cast / Artists: Jeetendra, Babita

music onMusic On: Saregama Music



yearYear: 1961

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Har Subah Yad Rakhna ( Farz -2000 ) HD HQ Songs - Lata Mangeshkar, Udit Narayan -

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