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Lyrics of Dekha Hai Sapna Koi - देखा है सपना कोई तू क्यूँ रोया है सोते हुए
dekha hai sapna koi tu kyu roya hai sote hue
tu kyu roya hai sote hue
aisa na hoga kabhi tere papa ke hote hue
tere papa ke hote hue
tere khilone jo maine bhi tode
rokenge mujhko wo aayenge daude aayenge daude
dekhenge kaise bhala apne munne ko rote hue
apne munne ko rote hue
kya wo akela hame chhod denge
main kaise manu wo dil tod denge dil tod denge
majhi to dekhe nahi apni naiya dubote hue
apni naiya dubote hue
kya tere dukh sukh se anjaan hai wo
ye ghar hai mandir to bhagwaan hai
wo bhagwaan hai wo
beta hame dar hai kya unke mandir me hote hue
unke mandir me hote hue unke mandir me hote hue
Comments for lyrics of song "Dekha Hai Sapna Koi"
Dee Thakore on Thursday, September 30, 2010 @chamogaa I remember those days radio ceylon advertising this film. It was
mostly Amin Sayani voice...and some dialogues by Sunil Dutt. But they never
played any songs to promote the movie, so I thought movie has no songs.
Yes, I remember other song radha tu he dewani...posted here too :) I
remember in early 70's broadway show by one woman in USA... I was thinking
of this film...today there are dozen of boradway or live shows in USA with
one character. Dutt was way ahead of the time.
V. Siddhartha on Wednesday, September 29, 2010 On Lataji's 81st birthday, we listeners-viewers are getting a special
present in the form of several old Lata songs on different channels. Some
songs are unfamiliar to some of us or are long forgotten ones. Thanks for
digging this one out, Dharmesh. It is as tender as they come. SD movingly
enacts the emotions of a father whose tie with his child is apparently
sundered, and Lataji vocalizes the anguish of the situation with perfection
V. Siddhartha on Thursday, September 30, 2010 @derubala You are right, Derubala.. SD was the only actor( though according
to one internet source Nargis appears too, in silent silhouette) .This was
the only song in the movie. SD's character mistakenly believes that his
wife and son had left him for good because of his bad behavior. He becomes
heart broken and remorseful. The story ends on a better note as both his
wife and child return. They were just temporarily away.
dev4911 on Wednesday, May 09, 2012 Great Movie. SD was much ahead of his time. A truly intellectual actor. The
first ever solo-act movie in the world. Can you believe it? This movie
should have at least got a honorary mention in the Oscars in 1964. Pity
that the film failed at that time due to lack of proper publicity and
immaturity of the audience the profound theme of loss and recovery told
entirely in the form of a soliloquy.
V. Siddhartha on Thursday, September 30, 2010 @derubala Glad to learn of the other song. I had been led to believe there
was only one, like the character of SD. There's a very intelligent and
complimentary review of this film by Manisha Vardhan on the internet. She
gives the full story and mentions two children not one. "One of a kind "is
truly applicable to this film ;may be worth viewing.