Dil Diya Dard Liya

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Dil Diya Dard Liya
Dil Diya Dard Liya 1966 film poster.jpg
Film poster
Directed byAbdul Rashid Kardar
Dilip Kumar
Written byKaushal Bharati
StarringDilip Kumar
Waheeda Rehman
Pran
Rehman
Music byNaushad
CinematographyDwarka Divecha
Edited byM.S. Haji
Release date
July 22, 1966
Running time
169 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi

Dil Diya Dard Liya is a 1966 Hindi film based upon Emily Brontë's celebrated novel Wuthering Heights. The film is directed by Abdul Rashid Kardar and Dilip Kumar. The film stars Dilip Kumar, Waheeda Rehman, Pran, Rehman, Shyama and Johnny Walker. The music is by Naushad. The songs include "koi sagar dil ko bahalata nahin", "phir teri kahani yaad aayi", "guzare hain aaj ishq mein", "dilruba maine tere pyar mein".

Plot[edit]

Film starts with a storm in sea. There is a ship which get sink in sea but a small child survives and then taken by villagers. In another scene a king is shown who is waiting for his child . He died waiting for his child and said to his ministers that his whole property will go to his grandson (Shankar). A kind-hearted, widowed landlord, Thakur, lives a wealthy lifestyle with his son, Ramesh; daughter, Roopa; and an adopted child, Shankar. Ramesh hates Shankar and often abuses him.

Years pass by. Thakur dies, and all three children have grown up. Ramesh (Pran) frequents a beautiful courtesan, drinks alcohol, and continues to abuse and mercilessly beat Shankar (Dilip Kumar), who bears this in silence, as he and Roopa (Waheeda Rehman) are in love with each other. When Ramesh finds out that Roopa wants to wed Shankar, he has him severely beaten and thrown off a cliff. Ramesh then arranges Roopa's marriage to another wealthy man, Satish (Rehman), while he continues to romance Tarabai (Rani) and even signs over his entire estate and home to her.

A few years later, Shankar returns as the wealthy Raja of Belapur. He is fully prepared to compromise with Ramesh and propose to Roopa. He finds out that nothing has changed, however. Ramesh, though rendered penniless by Tara, still hates Shankar. Satish is engaged to Roopa and a marriage date has been fixed. Shankar's love is now replaced by vengeance and hate, and all he can think of is destroying the lives of Ramesh, Roopa, Satish and his sister, Mala (Shyama), and he devises several plans to destroy his opponents' lives. He abuses and insults Roopa, attempting to avenge himself upon her for her apparent unfaithfulness by romancing Mala, but love conquers all in the end.

Cast[edit]

Music[edit]

Dil Diya Dard Liya
Soundtrack album by
Released1966
GenreFeature film soundtrack
LabelSa Re Ga Ma
Naushad chronology
Leader
(1964)
Dil Diya Dard Liya
(1966)
'Saaz Aur Awaaz'
(1966)

The soundtrack for the movie was composed by Naushad and lyrics penned by Shakeel Badayuni. The soundtrack consists of 9 songs, featuring vocals by Mohammed Rafi, Asha Bhonsle and Lata Mangeshkar.

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleLyricsSinger(s)Length
1."Koi Saagar Dil Ko Behlata Nahin"Shakeel BadayuniMohammed Rafi03:35
2."Phir Teri Kahani Yaad Aayi"Shakeel BadayuniLata Mangeshkar03:30
3."Saawan Aaye Ya Na Aaye"Shakeel BadayuniMohammed Rafi, Asha Bhonsle03:53
4."Dilruba Maine Tere Pyar Mein"Shakeel BadayuniMohammed Rafi04:06
5."Guzren Hain Aaj Ishq Mein"Shakeel BadayuniMohammed Rafi03:49
6."Dil Harnewale Aur Bhi Hai"Shakeel BadayuniAsha Bhonsle05:23
7."Haay Rasiya Tu Bada Bedardi"Shakeel BadayuniAsha Bhonsle 
8."'Kya Range Mehfil Hai Dildaram O Jane Yaram"Shakeel BadayuniLata Mangeshkar03:44

Awards and nominations[edit]

14th Filmfare Awards (1967)

Nominated[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Dil Diya Dard liya (1966) - Awards". IMDb.

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