Pyar Ka Mausam

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Pyar Ka Mausam
Pyar Ka Mausam.jpg
Hindiप्यार का मौसम
Urduمحبت کا موسم
Directed byNasir Hussain
Produced byNasir Hussain
D. K. Verma (exec.)
Written byNasir Hussain
Starring
Music byR. D. Burman
Homi Mullan
CinematographyMunir Khan
Edited byBabu Rao Lavande
Gurudutt
Production
company
Nasir Husain Films Pvt. Ltd.
Release date
  • 1969 (1969)
Running time
154 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi

Pyar Ka Mausam (English: Season of love) is a 1969 Indian bollywood movie under Nasir Hussain films banner. Hussain wrote, produced, and directed the film. It starred Shashi Kapoor, and the Nasir Husain fixture- Asha Parekh. It also had Bharat Bhushan, Nirupa Roy, Madan Puri, Tahir Hussain and another Nasir Husain fixture Rajendranath. Nasir's nephew Faisal Khan who was 3 years old at the time plays Shashi Kapoor's character as a child. Two more Husain fixtures were responsible for the memorable songs: lyricist Majrooh Sultanpuri and music composer R.D. Burman. The musical instrument duggi was played by Homi Mullan for the song Ni sultana re.[1] R.D.Burman also had an acting role in the film. The film became a Silver Jubilee Hit.

Analysis[edit]

The story was on Nasir Husain's favorite theme, a family whose members get separated at the start of the movie and after much action are reunited at the end of the movie. The theme song (Tum bin jaoon kahan) is played several times in the film: Mohammed Rafi's version is picturized on the hero Shashi Kapoor three times, while Kishore Kumar's version is picturized on Bharat Bhushan twice. The song is a key part of the movie like the key songs in later movies of Nasir Hussain (Yaadon Ki Baraat and Hum Kisise Kum Naheen). The key song helps in uniting long lost family/lovers in all three films.

Plot[edit]

Seema is the only child of widowed Mohan, who is adopted by Mohan's boss, Sardar Ranjit Singh, who has no heir to his estate, as his daughter, Jamuna, eloped with a poor peasant, Gopal. Ranjit does not get along with his step-brother, Shankar. Jamuna manages to placate her dad, & he goes to her house, only to find it in flames with Gopal burned to death, and their son, Sunder, missing. Years later, Seema has now grown up and meets with a young man named Pyarelal in Ooty. She meets him a year later, but this time he introduces himself as Jhatpat Singh, a man she was supposedly engaged to in their childhood. Shortly thereafter she meets with the real Jhatpat Singh, and changes her mind about the fake Jhatpat Singh alias Pyarelal. Now Sunil knows that he was adopted and understands that he was the lost son of Gopal. He goes to Sardar Ranjit Singh and appoints to be an estate manager. There he meets Seema again and they rekindle their romance. By that time, planning to steal away property, Shankar sends his son as the lost son of Jamuna and Gopal. Ranjit Singh believes him and wants to marry seema to Shankar's son. After some misunderstandings, family finally reunites and Jamuna's sanity returns. Movie ends with the marriage of Seema and Sunil/Sunder.

It is one of two films in which Music Director Rahul Dev Burman plays a role of Jhatpat Singh's assistant in the film apart from giving the music for the film, the other being Bhoot Bungla.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

All lyrics written by Majrooh Sultanpuri; all music composed by R. D. Burman and duggi played by Homi Mullan , who joint hands to compose the song Nisultana re with R.D. Burman.

No.TitleMusicSinger(s)Length
1."Aap Chahen Mujhko"R.D. BurmanLata Mangeshkar 
2."Aap Se Miliye"R.D. BurmanLata Mangeshkar 
3."Che Khush Nazare"R.D. BurmanMohammed Rafi 
4."Main Na Miloongi"R.D. BurmanLata Mangeshkar 
5."Na Ja Mere Hamdam"R.D. BurmanLata Mangeshkar 
6."Ni Sultana Re"Homi MullanMohammed Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar 
7."Tum Bin Jaoon Kahan"R.D. BurmanKishore Kumar 
8."Tum Bin Jaoon Kahan"R.D. BurmanMohammed Rafi 

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