Movie: This song appears in 1966 tragic romantic drama Dil Ne Phir Yaad Kiya produced by B L Rawal and directed by C L Rawal under the banner of Rawal Films. It starred Dharmendra, late Nutan, late I S Johar, late Rehman, late Jeevan, etc.
Ashok (Dharmendra) works as a salesman in a toy store in the city. He had decided long ago that he would marry Ashoo (Nutan), who lives in his village. This song appears in the beginning of the movie just after the credits are shown. Actually, Ashok dreams of singing this song.
Song: The music of this song was composed by Sonik-Omi and the lyrics were penned by G L Rawal.
This song celebrates the season of love – spring. The man sings the praises of love and his beloved.
Video: Cinematography is by Taru Dutt.
The video opens with Dharmendra following Nutan trying to look at her veiled face. The music has already begun. The next shot is that of a beautiful waterfall. They are in a beautiful garden. Dharmendra begins the song and places his head on Nutan’s shoulder. She moves away from him. He is still trying to remove the veil. But, she is resisting it.
Many shots of the beautiful garden are shown. He holds her from behind. She again moves away from him. Though she is supposed not to show him her face, she is not very perfect in that. The director has allowed some imperfect shots. A couple of herons are shown playing with each other on a tree. She falls down covering her face. He pulls her up and tries to see her face.
She playfully pinches his nose and rapidly moves away. He moves closer to her and she turns to place her head on his chest. He lifts her face finally to look at it. She covers her face blushing. The video ends with Dharmendra pulling Nutan’s sari from her.
Artists: The playback is sung by Mohammad Rafi, while the song is lip-synced by Dharmendra, and Nutan looks on.
Cultural Influence: The hero dreams that he has married the heroine and thinks that he is unveiling her. The song is good and so are the artists. The video is watchable for the same.