Yaad Kiya Dil Ne Kahan (hd)(dolby Digital) - Lata Jee & Hemant Kumar -patita 1953- Shankar Jaikishan Video

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Song: Yaad Kiya Dil Ne Kahan Ho Tum
Singer: Lata Mangeshkar & Hemant Kumar
Movie : Patita 1953
Lyrics: Hasrat Jaipuri
Music: Shankar Jaikishan

Radha (Usha Kiran) is a 19-year-old poor girl living in a one-room shanty with her handicapped and bed-ridden father Sadhu Ram (Krishnakant). She is reduced to begging for providing food for the two of them and is hounded almost daily by Bhiku Chacha (C.S.Dubey), the right hand man of their shanty's owner Manohar (Shivraj), who is a rich and unscrupulous businessman as they owe almost one hundred and fifty rupees in rent for over a year to him.One day whilst begging she meets the young and charming Nirmal Chander (Dev Anand) who chastises her for begging and hands her a visiting card of his friend who he informs her is a kind man and will provide her with work.In fact, Nirmal himself is the owner of a textile mill and the contact he provides Radha with is that of his factory manager. She goes to the said person and is hired as a daily labourer in Nirmal's mill. Nirmal visits the shanty of Sadhu Ram, where both father and daughter are overjoyed with happiness and gratitude at his kindness.Eventually, Nirmal falls in love with the simple,pretty Radha and proposes marriage to her. She readily accepts and her happiness knows no bounds,but in a cruel twist of fate,she comes home to find Bhiku Chacha and his men aided with orders from Manohar, about to throw them and their few belongings from the shanty for not being able to repay the entire rent in time. She goes to Manohar to beg for some more time and mercy but he overcome with lust at the sight of the helpless young girl, traps her in his room and forcibly rapes her, and then lets her know that he forgives all the amount they owe him in return.

She is heartbroken and ashamed and comes home a mental wreck unable to confide in either her father or Nirmal. She stops going to work, starts distancing herself from her suitor and roams around alone till the point when she becomes sick and faints and a neighbourhood woman checks her to reveal to her father that she is quite a few months pregnant. Her father is shocked and passes away in grief to hear this. Radha,being the traditional Bharatiya Naari, goes to commit suicide from a cliff because clearly abortion is immoral and confiding in her rich.modern boyfriend doesn't even come to her traditional head filled with shame and guilt.

However, here she meets the happy go lucky chap Mast Ram (Agha) who talks her into giving up the idea of suicide and takes her to live with him in his house,which he calls the Mast Mahal. It is a self-created ancient piece of architectural wonder that is supported by the bare trunk of a tree at a precarious angle and has stumps of felled trees in place of chairs and tables.Mast Ram himself is an orphan and a product of sex outside marriage, hence much chastised by society is the diametrically opposite of Radha.He seems genuinely happy to be alive, have four working limbs and is a man easily pleased with two square meals a day, or sometimes even not, and always has a song or two on his lips. He takes to Radha like an elder brother and it is in his house, her son Chandu is born. Mast Ram advises Radha to give up her infant son to an orphanage run by a Swami Ji for the betterment of the both of them but Radha vehemently refuses, and decides to work and struggle to bring up her son, as he is all she has left now. She goes back to her old place of work and this time ends up finding out the owner of the mill to be Nirmal. He is angry and rude to her for running out on him earlier without any explanation and insults her. But afterwards, he has a change of heart and follows her to Mast Mahal where he finds out about the infant. Radha tells him everything honestly and angry and embarrassed at himself, he goes up to Manohar and beats him up in his frustration. Afterwards, he offers marriage to Radha once again as he truly believes that whatever happened was not due to any fault of hers and that she has suffered enough. Nirmal is a modern, educated and charming man and Radha accepts his proposal.

Dev Anand ... Nirmal Chander
Usha Kiran ... Radha (as Usha Kiron)
Agha ... Mastram
Lalita Pawar ... Nirmal's Mother
Shivraj ... Manohar (Landlord)
Krishnakant ... Sadhu Ram (Radha's Father)
C.S. Dubey ... Bhiku Chacha (as Chandra Shekhar)
Sonny Abraham (as Sonny)
Tiwari ... Orphanage man
Baby Chand (as Baby Chandu)

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Hain Sab Se Madhur Woh Geet Jinhein Hum Dard Ke Sur Mein Gaate Hain" Talat Mahmood
2 "Yaad Kiya Dil Ne Kahan Ho Tum" Hemant Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar
3 "Andhe Jahan Ke Andhe Raste, Jaayein To Jaayein Kahan" Talat Mahmood
4 "Kisine Apana Bana Ke Mujhko" Lata Mangeshkar
5 "Mitti Se Khelte Ho Bar-Bar Kisliye" Lata Mangeshkar
6 "Tujhe Apne Paas Bulati Hai" Talat Mahmood
Duration: 04 Minute, 20 Second
Rating: 4.74 - Excellent
Definition: HD
Published: 2 Years Ago
Author: Mere Geet

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