The lead pair Kamaljeet and Waheeda Rehman is real life husband and wife.
Movie: This song appears in the 1964 drama Shagun (Auspicious Moment or Thing) produced by Suraiya Mubin Nazar and directed by Nazar. The movie starred Waheeda Rehman, Kamaljeet, late Nazir Hussain, late Achala Sachdev, etc. The movie was shot at Mehboob Studios, Mumbai and Nainital.
During a trip to Nainital, Madan (Kamaljeet) meets Geeta (Waheeda Rehman) and falls in love with her. She also eventually reciprocates the feelings. It is during one of their dates that they sing this song.
Song: The music of this memorable song was composed by Khayyam and the lyrics were penned by Sahir Ludhyanvi.
This song basically celebrates nature and at the same time, the man insists that all the nature is his since the girl has accepted his love. The description of nature has been done very beautifully.
Video: Cinematography is by Anwar Siraj.
The video begins with Waheeda Rehman and Kamaljeet walking hand-in-hand on a mountain path, running among tall trees. Waheeda Rehman is wearing a ghagra, while Kamaljeet is wearing a suit. The cinematographer has shot the nature so well despite using a black-and-white film roll. The color contrast is striking.
The lead pair begins this song. The Naini Lake is shown and the lead pair is seen standing on the bank looking at the water. Then, both are seen sitting on a boat and singing the song. The video ends as the boat with the lead pair moves slowly across the lake.
Artists: The playback singers of this song are Mohammad Rafi and Suman Kalyanpur. Onscreen performances are by Kamaljeet and Waheeda Rehman.
Cultural Influence: The hero and the heroine are in love. When they are dating, they praise the nature, where they are present at the moment. People in any relationship, such as husband-wife, mother-father-children, brother-sister, etc. would talk about it in speech. This being a movie, the speech has been woven into a song. The video can be watched for the singers and for Waheeda Rehman, several times.