Ek Musafir Ek Hasina

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Ek Musafir Ek Hasinaa
Ek Musafir Ek Hasina.jpg
DVD Cover
Directed byRaj Khosla
Produced bySashadhar Mukherjee
Written byRaj Khosla
StarringJoy Mukherjee
Rajendra Nath
Music byO.P. Nayyar
CinematographyFali Mistry
Edited byS. E. Chandiwale
Release date
  • 1962 (1962)
Box office2,50,00,000[1]

Ek Musafir Ek Hasina (English: A Traveller and A Beauty) is a 1962 Bollywood film directed by Raj Khosla and starring Joy Mukherjee, Sadhana, and Rajendra Nath. The film was produced by Sashadhar Mukherjee. The film's music is by O.P. Nayyar.

The film became a hit at the box office in 1962.[2]

The director Raj Khosla would later cast the heroine Sadhana in three more suspense thrillers: Woh Kaun Thi? (1964), Mera Saaya (1966) and Anita (1967).


Ajay Mehra (Joy Mukherjee) is on a secret mission to Kashmir to counter Kashmir rebels right after Independence. While on the mission, he is injured due to a bomb blast. A young girl, Asha (Sadhana) from a poor family, is forced to flee for her own safety following an attack on her house by Kashmir rebels. She comes across Ajay, who is injured. She nurses him back to health over a period of time and they start falling in love with each other. But after the bomb blast, Ajay has lost his memory. Hence they both decide to go to Srinagar to get treatment for him at a hospital. But Ajay gets some clue from his things and decides to go to Bombay to find the truth about himself.

In Bombay, while searching for some more clues, Ajay sees bank robbers fleeing after robbing a bank. He tries to stop them and is hit by their car. In the process, he recognises the robbers to be from Continental Hotel, where he was looking for clues. He is then taken to a hospital where his brother comes to meet him. Due to this accident, he starts regaining some parts of his memory. But he has completely forgotten about the last six months.

The robbers decide to kill Ajay as he has recognised them. They send a group member's wife to Ajay's house and there she claims to be his wife. Looking for Ajay, Asha also reaches his home. But Ajay fails to recognise her. Finding it suspicious, Police keep an eye on both women. The robbers try to kill Ajay several times, but are unsuccessful as he comes to know about their plans. The police and Ajay draw up a plan to fool the robbers. They fake Ajay's death and, relieved by that, the robbers stop hiding and are then caught by police. In the last fight, Ajay again loses consciousness, but regains his full memory later on. Ajay and Asha get married in the end.



The music is composed by O. P. Nayyar on lyrics written by S. H. Bihari, Raja Mehdi Ali Khan and Shewan Rizvi. The song "Aap Yun Hi Agar Humse Milte Rahe" is based on Kedar raga.[3]

1."Bahut Shukriya Badi Meherbani"S. H. BihariMohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle05:17
2."Aap Yun Hi Agar Humse Milte Rahe"Raja Mehdi Ali KhanMohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle04:13
3."Main Pyar Ka Rahi Hoon"Raja Mehdi Ali KhanMohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle03:10
4."Mujhe Dekhkar Aapka Muskurana"S. H. BihariMohammed Rafi03:07
5."Humko Tumhare Ishq Ne"Shewan RizviMohammed Rafi04:22
6."Phir Tere Shehar Mein"Shewan RizviMohammed Rafi04:28
7."Zaban-e-yaar Man Turki"Shewan RizviMohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle07:20
8."Udhar Woh Chal Chalte Hain,"Shewan RizviAsha Bhosle04:07
9."Tumhein Mohabbat hai humse mana,"Shewan RizviAsha Bhosle,Mohammed Rafi05:17
10."Meri Najare Haseen,"Shewan RizviAsha Bhosle,05:28


  1. ^ "Box office 1962". Boxofficeindia.com. Archived from the original on 6 May 2012. Retrieved 9 Apr 2012.
  2. ^ http://www.boxofficeindia.co.in/worth-their-weight-in-gold/
  3. ^ Ashok Da. Ranade (2006). Hindi Film Song: Music Beyond Boundaries. Bibliophile South Asia. p. 244. ISBN 81-85002-64-9. Retrieved 8 April 2012.

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