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Sawan Ka Mahina, Pawan Kare Sor Lata Mangeshkar, Mukesh Laxmikant Pyarelal Anand Bakshi Milan (1967) Nutan, Sunil Dutt Filmfare Awards Nominee, Happy Songs, Romantic Songs
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Lyrics / Video of Song : Sawan Ka Mahina, Pawan Kare Sor



mu: saavan kaa mahinaa, pavan kare sor
la: pavan kare shor
mu: pavan kare sor
la: pavan kare shor
mu: are baba shor nahi sor, sor, sor
la: pavan kare sor

ha, jiyaraa re jhume aise, jaise banamaa naache mor
ho saavan kaa mahinaa 

maujavaa kare kyaa jaane, hamako ishaaraa
jaanaa kahaan hai puchhe, nadiyaa ki dhaaraa
marazi hai tumhaari, le jaao jis or
jiyaraa re jhume aise 

raamaa gajab dhaae, ye purava_iyaa
na_iyaa sambhaalo kit, khoe ho khiva_iyaa
purava_iyaa ke aage, chale naa koi zor
jiyaraa re jhume aise 

jinake balam bairi, gae hai bidesavaa
laai hai jaise unake, pyaar kaa sadesavaa
kaali adhiyaari, ghataae ghanaghor
jiyaraa re jhume aise


lyrics of song Sawan Ka Mahina, Pawan Kare Sor
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chamogaa on Thursday, May 22, 2008
As my late mother would say, first-class. Sweet, tender, clean, wholesome,and joyous, are my words for this duet. In the use of the right body-language and facial expressions, Nutan was in a class by herself. She didn't act , she became her roles, whether they were serious and sad or joyful( see Bandini, Dil Hi To Hai). Thanks for the post,rajshri.

nawabshaukat on Friday, July 10, 2009
Indian classical with simple composition of duo LAXMIKANT PAYRE LAL they were orsam from this composition u can guess about their ABALITY AND TALENT and lata and mukesh ji are the singerz then as a composer WHAT ELSE U NEED to make ur composition more beautiful This song is composed in raag PAHADI

kk10061 on Tuesday, January 18, 2011
i am watching this film in tele .when this song came there were tears of sheer hapiness and tranquility .this song in Rag pahari and it is sung so much in SUR.it reallytoues the heart wha wha laxm,ikant and piyrelal jee and wha wha wha for you also for uploading this song

qiron on Friday, June 05, 2009
Touche' ! I am a firm believer of that. Only Originals for me. I detest this new trend of "versions" and lose respect for those who listen and promote them. People argue with me, that the 'versions' provide livelihood to a lot of artists, but I dont buy that. My take on this is, if you are a good enough artist your creativity and innovation will be appreciated eventually. OR just declare yourself as a "mimicry artist". Remix versions where they add extra orchestra(dhinchak) ruin the song.

thesparklingdiva16 on Friday, January 16, 2009
It depends on which movies. So many movies are made in Bollywood these days that of course a majority of them STINK - plot wise and musically. But there are still some excellent songs that come from newer films. Look at Ajab Si from Om Shanti Om and Kehta Hai Baabul from Baabul. Om Shanti Om may not be a movie that stands the test of time, but the songs is very moving. That song from Baabul makes me cry every time I hear it because it reminds me of the love my father and I have.

yabadabadoo7 on Thursday, November 11, 2010
People who say Bollywood songs are mostly in Urdu need to do some research on languages. You cannot separate the two languages unless it is in a written for ie Urdu in Persian-Arab script and Hindi in Devnagri script and they are mutually intelligible. It is worth mentioning that Urdu was developed in India when non standard HINDI was influenced by Persian / Arabic languages during Mughal period. Please don't talk poop if you don't know what you are talking about.

KiranGopalAshtekar on Wednesday, April 01, 2009
It is not a question of rural versus urban but which word fits the spirit of the whole composition. This interaction between the guru and learner is a beautiful beginning to the whole song ! What Osho would call 'the juice' is missing in the word shor and it is very much there in 'sor' . If you examine poetry with that angle, in any language, you will find many such subtle distinctions, as to why the poet chooses one word and not another.

KiranGopalAshtekar on Wednesday, April 01, 2009
Hey, I thought this was understood by everybody ! Literally, both mean the same thing, but not literarily ! 'Sor' has melody in it, 'Shor' is prose and hasn't the and the educated girl thinks Sunil Dutt's character doesn't know that the pure Hindi is shor. But, just try singing it as 'Shor'! You will find that literally the word has SHOR in it, that is, cacophony in the very sound of it.

MrSalmanal on Thursday, January 21, 2010
Mukesh: Raama gajab dhaae, yeh purwaiyya Lata: Naiyya sambhalo kit, khoe ho khiwaiyya Mukesh: Rama gajab dhaae, yeh purwaiyya Lata: Naiyya sambhalo kit, khoe ho khiwaiyya Mukesh: Hey.. Purwaiya ke aage, chale naa koi zor Jiyara re jhoome aise, jaise banmaa naache mor Lata: Ooo Maujhwa kare kyaa jaane, humko ishaara Mukesh: Jaana kahaan hai poochhe, nadiyaa ki dhaara

wahgwanwidcha on Wednesday, December 16, 2009
This song takes me back to my EARLY childhood early 80s-, being together with family, and often extended family, just about every weekend for no particular reason. Food & drinks, jokes & laughter, music & singing (still have the audio tapes somewhere), it wouldnt be long before instruments would be made from overturned pots/bowls and glass bottles w/ spoons.

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Milan (1967)
Film cast: Nutan, Sunil Dutt, Jamuna, Pran, Surendra, Shyama, Deven Verma, Mukri, David, Aruna Irani, Leela Mishra
Singer: Lata Mangeshkar, Mukesh
Lyricist: Anand Bakshi
Music Director: Laxmikant Kudalkar, Pyarelal
Film Director: A Subba Rao
Film Producer: T L V Prasad
External Links: Milan at IMDB    Milan at Wikipedia
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