Himalay Ki God Mein

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Himalay Ki God Mein
Himalaya Ki God Mein Hindi film poster.JPG
Theatrical poster
Directed by Vijay Bhatt
Produced by Shankerbhai Bhatt
Written by Virendra Sinha
Starring Manoj Kumar
Mala Sinha
Music by Kalyanji Anandji
Cinematography Pravin Bhatt
Edited by Pratap Dave
Release date
Country India
Language Hindi
Box office 4,50,00,000[1]

Himalay Ki God Mein (Hindi: हिमालय की गोद में, English: In the Lap of the Himalayas) is a 1965 Indian film directed by Vijay Bhatt starring Manoj Kumar and Mala Sinha in lead roles and Shashikala in supporting role. Along with winning the Filmfare Best Movie Award, the film was also a "Superhit" at the boxoffice and was listed in the top 20 earners of the 1960s.[2] The film was remade in Telugu as Dr. Babu with Sobhan Babu and in Tamil as Pudhiya Boomi with MGR.


Sunil Mehra (played by Manoj Kumar) completes his medical studies and becomes a doctor. He is kidnapped by dacoits in the Himalayas, harassed, and left badly hurt. Phoolwa, a villager (played by Mala Sinha), finds and takes care of him till he becomes fit. He then leaves for his home in the city.

But he goes back to the Himalayas to help poor people who don't have proper facilities and or medical care. Villagers resist his arrival as they don't trust his modern medicines and believe only in local healers. Worried for him, Sunil's family sends his fiancée Neeta (played by Shashikala) to get him back. Sunil in turn asks Neeta, who also is a doctor, to stay there with him. Firm on his decision, he stays. He falls in love with Phoolwa.



The music for the film is composed by the duo Kalyanji Anandji.

No. Title Lyrics Singer(s) Length
1. "Oonche Himalay Ke Neeche" Anand Bakshi Lata Mangeshkar 03:22
2. "Kankariya Maar Ke Jagaya" Anand Bakshi Lata Mangeshkar 03:20
3. "Tu Raat Khadi Thi Chhat Pe" Anand Bakshi Mohammad Rafi, Usha Timothy 06:28
4. "Ek Tu Jo Mila" Indeevar Lata Mangeshkar 02:58
5. "Chand Si Mehbooba Ho Meri" Anand Bakshi Mukesh 03:22
6. "Ek Tu Na Mila" Indeevar Lata Mangeshkar  
7. "Main To Ek Khwab Hoon" Qamar Jalalabadi Mukesh 03:19


The film was nominated in various categories at the 13th Filmfare Awards but winning only for Best Film.

Award Category Nominee Result
Filmfare Awards Best Movie Shankarbhai Bhatt Won
Filmfare Awards Best Actress Mala Sinha Nominated
Filmfare Awards Best Lyricist Indeevar
for the song "Ek Tu Na Mila"
Filmfare Awards Best Music Director Kalyanji Anandji Nominated
Filmfare Awards Best Playback Singer Lata Mangeshkar
for the song "Ek Tu Na Mila"
Filmfare Awards Best Supporting Actress Shashikala Nominated


  1. ^ "Box office 1965". Boxofficeindia.com. Retrieved 2 Feb 2012. 
  2. ^ "Top Earners 1960-1969". Boxofficeindia.com. Retrieved 2 Feb 2012. 

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