Yeh Gulistan Hamara

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Yeh Gulistan Hamara
Yeh Gulistan Hamara.jpg
Directed by Atma Ram
Starring Dev Anand
Sharmila Tagore
Music by S D Burman
Release date
Country India
Language Hindi

Yeh Gulistan Hamara is a 1972 Indian drama film directed by Atma Ram. The film stars Dev Anand, Sharmila Tagore, Pran, Sujit Kumar and Johnny Walker, with music by S. D. Burman. Dialogue and screenplay are by Wajahat Mirza. The films depicts a tribal community living on the border with China; the song "Mera Naam Aao" was considered particularly offensive to the Ao Naga community in Nagaland.[1]


India is worried about its north eastern residents who are cut off from the mainland and are generally backward, illiterate and under developed. The government appoints special officer-cum-civil engineer Vijay (Dev Anand) to construct a bridge over a river next to the tribal village of Ding in the north eastern part of India. Ding is ruled by the cruel and autocratic Deng Do Rani (Pran) and his henchmen Haku (Jankidas), Teju (Sujit Kumar) and trusted fighter Soo Reni (Sharmila Tagore), a beautiful girl. Deng Do Rani wants to sabotage the construction and sends Soo Reni and other warriors to demolish the bridge. They are captured by Vijay's officers and treated with respect and equality. Deng Do Rani sends others to kill the band captured, and the Indian Officers under the leadership of Vijay fight bravely to protect them. Soo Reni and her companions have a change of heart and pledge to support Vijay in his mission. Vijay and Soo Reni also fall in love with each other.



Song Singer
"He Suno Meri Baat" Kishore Kumar
"Gori Gori Gaun Ki" Kishore Kumar & Lata Mangeshkar
"Kya Yeh Zindagi Hai" Lata Mangeshkar
"Mere Paas Aao Ho Mere Paas Aao" Lata Mangeshkar & Danny Denzongpa
"O Tushima Ri Tushima" Lata Mangeshkar
"Raina Soyi Soyi" Lata Mangeshkar, R. D. Burman & S. D. Burman


  1. ^ Banaji, Shakuntala (2011). South Asian Media Cultures: Audiences, Representations, Contexts. Anthem Press. p. 32. ISBN 978-1-84331-320-5. Retrieved 25 May 2013. 

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