|Directed by||S. S. Vasan|
|Produced by||S. S. Vasan|
|Written by||Ramanand Sagar|
|Music by||C. Ramchandra|
Paigham is a 1959 Hindi movie produced and directed by S. S. Vasan. The film stars Dilip Kumar, Vyjayanthimala, Raaj Kumar, Saroja Devi, Motilal, and Johnny Walker. The film's music is by C. Ramachandra. This was the first time Dilip and Raaj Kumar appeared in a film together. They later appeared together once again over three decades later for the 1991 film Saudagar. The film later remade in Tamil as Irumbu Thirai by S. S. Vasan with Sivaji Ganesan in Dilip Kumar's role, while Vyjayanthimala and Saroja Devi reprise their roles respectively.
- Dilip Kumar : Ratan Lal
- Raaj Kumar : Ram Lal
- Vyjayanthimala : Manju
- Saroja Devi B. : Malti Sewakram
- Johnny Walker : Nandu
- Pandharibai : Parvati Ratan Lal
- Motilal : Seth Sewakram
- Minoo Mumtaz : Chhali
- S.N. Banerjee : Mill Manager
- Pratima Devi : Mrs. Lal
- Kurupanju : Kundan
- Pushpmala : Kamla
- Radha : Mrs. Sewakram
- Shivraj : Sitaram
- Sitalaxmi : Sheela Lal
|1.||"Yehi Paigham Humara"||Manna Dey|
|2.||"Badla Sara Zamana"||Asha Bhosle, Mohammed Rafi|
|3.||"Daulat Ne Paseene Ko"||Chitalkar|
|4.||"Hum Rang Rangilee"||Asha Bhosle, Suman Kalyanpur|
|5.||"Jawani Mein Akelepan Ki Ghadiyan"||Asha Bhosle , Mohammed Rafi|
|6.||"Kaise Diwali Manaen"||Mohammed Rafi|
|7.||"Main Kyon Na Nachoon"||Asha Bhosle|
|8.||"O Ameeron Ke Parmeshwar"||Asha Bhosle|
|9.||"Suno Suno Re Bhaiya"||Mohammed Rafi|
In December 2013, the largely forgotten title song of the film, (Insaan ka insaan se ho bhai chara) / Yehi Paigham Humara ("Let there be a brotherhood of humans / This is our message"), came into limelight, after it was sung by Arvind Kejriwal during his first speech as the Chief Minister of Delhi. The crowd at the Ramlila Maidan joined him in singing the song.
- Avijit Ghosh (2013-12-29). "Thanks to Kejriwal, Manna Dey song gets afterlife". The Times of India. Retrieved 2013-12-29.
- "Arvind Kejriwal sings song of brotherhood, crowd joins". DNA. 2013-12-28. Retrieved 2013-12-29.
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