Four Lata Mangeshkar solos — “Tum na jaane kis jahan mein kho gaye”, “Dhak dhak dhak”, “Ho gayee main teri ho gayee”, “Hum pyar ki baazi hare”; her duet with Talat Mahmood, the Sandhya Mukherjee solo, “Oh roopnagar ke saudagar”, and Sandhya's duet with Hemant Kumar, “Aa gup chup gup chup pyar kare” — all have thoughtful lyrics that provide a sense of permanency through S.D. Burman's immortal compositions. The 150-minute black and white film was produced by G.P. Sippy and directed by ace cinematographer Fali Mistry who later also directed Dev Anand in “Armaan” (1953) and lensed all his directorial ventures till “Des Pardes”.
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