Saiyan (film)

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Directed by M. Sadiq
Produced by M. Sadiq
Written by Azim Bazidpuri
Starring Ajit
Music by Sajjad Hussain
Edited by Moosa Mansoor
Sadiq Productions Ltd
Release date
  • 1951 (1951)
Running time
120 minutes
Country India
Language Hindi

Saiyan (Beloved) is a 1951 Bollywood film Hindi romantic drama film directed by M. Sadiq for his Sadiq Productions Ltd.[1] The story and screenplay writer was Azmi Bazidpuri. Music was composed by Sajjad Hussain with the lyrics written by D. N. Madhok, Rajendra Krishan and Hasrat Jaipuri.[2] The film starred Madhubala, Ajit, Sajjan, and Jayant.[3]

A period film depicting feudal India, the plot is a remake of the 1946 American Western, Duel in the Sun (1946). A love triangle, the story revolved around two brothers (Ajit and Sajjan), both in love with an orphan girl (Madhubala), who is given shelter by their family.



The music composer was Sajjad Hussain with lyrics by D. N. Madhok and Rajendra Krishan. The playback singers were Lata Mangeshkar, Mohammed Rafi and Shamshad Begum.[4] The song "Tumhe Dil Diya" sung by Lata Mangeshkar, was not used in the film.[5]


# Title Singer Lyricist
1 "Woh Raat Din Vo Shaam Ki Guzari Hui Kahaaniyaan" Lata Mangeshkar D. N. Madhok
2 "Tumhe Dil Diya" Lata Mangeshkar D. N. Madhok
3 "Kali Kali Raat Re Dil Bada Sataye" Lata Mangeshkar D. N. Madhok
4 "Us Par Is Diwar Ke Jo Rahte Hai" Mohammed Rafi D. N. Madhok
5 "Hawa Mein Dil Dole Machal Kar Bole" Lata Mangeshkar Rajendra Krishan
6 "Kismat Mein Khushi Ka Naam Nahin" Lata Mangeshkar Rajendra Krishan
7 "Meri Ja Mohabbat Karo Chupke Chupke" Shamshad Begum Rajendra Krishan
8 "Khayalon Mein Tum Ho, Nazaaron Mein Tum Ho" Lata Mangeshkar Hasrat Jaipuri


  1. ^ Khatija Akbar (1 April 2011). I Want to Live: The Story of Madhubala. Hay House, Inc. pp. 136–. ISBN 978-93-81398-21-0. Retrieved 3 August 2015. 
  2. ^ "Cast and Crew Saiyan". Retrieved 3 August 2015. 
  3. ^ "Saiyan". Alan Goble. Retrieved 3 August 2015. 
  4. ^ "Saiyan (1951)". Hindi Geetmala. Retrieved 3 August 2015. 
  5. ^ "Saiyan (1951)". Cineplot. Retrieved 3 August 2015. 

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