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Ayee Milan Ki Bela is a 1964 Indian Hindi film directed by Mohan Kumar. The film was produced by J. Om Prakash. The music is by Shankar Jaikishan. The movie has stars; Rajendra Kumar, Saira Banu, Shashikala and Dharmendra (in his only role as a villain). The film became a "super hit" at the box office.[1] The film was remade in Tamil as Oru Thaai Makkal.[2]

Ayee Milan Ki Bela
Ayee Milan Ki Bela.jpg
Directed byMohan Kumar
Produced byJ. Om Prakash
Written bySachin Bhowmick (screenplay, story), Sarshar Sailani (dialogue)
StarringRajendra Kumar
Saira Banu
Dharmendra
Nazir Hussain
Music byShankar Jaikishan
CinematographyV. Babasaheb
Edited byPartap Dave
Release date
  • 1 January 1964 (1964-01-01)
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi

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PlotEdit

Shyam (Rajendra Kumar) works for Mr. Choudhry (Nazir Hussain), and lives in a small village in India with his mother. Mr. Chaudhry's daughter Barkha (Saira Banu) and Shyam fall in love with each other. Ranjeet (Dharmendra)( Shyam's fraternal twins who got separated at birth, one to be raised by a wealthy family that has no children), returns from overseas, and all are overjoyed to see him back. Ranjeet and Shyam have a lot in common: both are handsome, dedicated, pleasant and polite; both share the same date of birth; and both also love the same woman, Barkha. It is the last similarity that causes friction between the two, so much so that Shyam is accused of impregnating another woman, Roopa, and charged with stealing money.

CastEdit

SoundtrackEdit

# Title Singer(s) Lyricist
1 "Tum Kamsin Ho Nadaan Ho" Mohammed Rafi Hasrat Jaipuri
2 "O Sanam Tere Ho Gayen Hum" Mohammed Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar Shailendra
3 "Aa Ha Ayee Milan Ki Bela" Mohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle Shailendra
4 "Bura Maan Gaye" Mohammed Rafi Hasrat Jaipuri
5 "Main Kamsin Hoon Nadan Hoon" Lata Mangeshkar Hasrat Jaipuri
6 "Main Pyar Ka Diwana" Mohammed Rafi Hasrat Jaipuri
7 "Tumko Hamari Umar Lag Jaye" Lata Mangeshkar Hasrat Jaipuri

Filmfare NominationsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 12 February 2010. Retrieved 26 January 2009.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ Guy, Randor (12 March 2016). "Oru Thai Makkal (1971) Tamil". The Hindu. ISSN 0971-751X. Retrieved 3 March 2019.
  3. ^ 1st Filmfare Awards 1953

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