Baharen Phir Bhi Aayengi

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Baharen Phir Bhi Aayengi
Baharen Phir Bhi Aayengi, 1966 film DVD cover.jpg
Directed by Shaheed Latif
Produced by Guru Dutt
Written by Abrar Alvi
Starring Mala Sinha
Music by O.P. Nayyar
Cinematography K.G. Prabhakar
Edited by Y.G. Chawhan
Release date
Country India
Language Hindi

Baharen Phir Bhi Aayengi is a 1966 Hindi-language film produced by Guru Dutt and directed by Shaheed Latif. It stars Mala Sinha, Dharmendra, Tanuja, and Rehman. The film is still remembered for its music is by O.P. Nayyar and lyrics by Sheven Rizvi, Aziz Kashmiri and for its expressionistic cinematography by K.G. Prabhakar.[1]


Reporter Jitendra (Dharmendra) exposes dangerous working conditions in a mine owned by one of his employer's crooked creditors. He loses his job. When disaster strikes at the mine, Amita (Mala Sinha), daughter of the paper's deceased founder re-employs him. Her interest in him is more than just journalism. Unknown to her, her younger sister (Tanuja) is romantically linked to the reporter. The resultant conflict and anguish culminate in the sisters attempting to sacrifice their future happiness for the sake of the other.



The movie started with Guru Dutt in the main lead. He had to be replaced by Dharmendra and the movie re-shot due to Dutt's death; it turned out to be Guru Dutt team's last offering.[2]


The music is by O.P. Nayyar and lyrics are by S.H Bihari, Anjaan, Shewan Rizvi, Aziz Kashmiri and Kaifi Azmi.

Song Singer(s) Lyricist
"Aapke Haseen Rukh Pe" Mohammed Rafi Anjaan
"Koi Kehde" Asha Bhosle Aziz Kashmiri
"Dil To Pehle se Madhosh Hai" Mohammed Rafi
Asha Bhosle
Shewan Rizvi
"Badal Jaaye Agar Maali" Mahendra Kapoor Kaifi Azmi
"Woh Hanske Mile Humse Hum Pyaar Samajh Baithe" Asha Bhosle S. H. Bihari
"Suno Suno Miss Chatterjee" Mohammed Rafi
Asha Bhosle
Aziz Kashmiri


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