Movie: This song appeared in 1966 action, adventure and costume drama Badal (Cloud, a name) Produced and directed by Aspi under Super Pictures banner. The movie starred late Sheikh Mukhtar, Vijayalakshmi and late Sanjeev Kumar.
Badal (Sanjeev Kumar) is a happy-go-lucky chap, who falls for every single girl in his village. One day, his mother (Ratnamala) tells him to meet the ailing king and show him an old talisman. He sets off for the city. He reaches an inn, where he meets the dancer Bijuria (Helen). It is at this time that he sings this song, describing her beauty.
Song: The lyrics of this song were penned by Asad Bhopali and the music was scored by Usha Khanna.
The man praises and describes the beauty of the girl in this song.
Video: Cinematography is by Dali Daruwala-P John. Dance choreography is by Surya Kumar.
The video opens with Sanjeev Kumar beginning the song on a slow scale. The camera goes backward to reveal Helen standing in front of him. She is smiling. He tries to catch hold of her hand. But, she jerks it off and begins to dance. After she finishes her part of the song, which is a little faster considering the presence of dance, the music slows down and Sanjeev Kumar continues the song. Helen also continues her dance. Again, the music slows down and Sanjeev Kumar sings his lines, placing the bamboo stick with his possessions near a staircase. As his lines get over, the video ends.
Artists: The playback singers of this song are Bhupinder Singh and Asha Bhonsle and the onscreen performances are by Sanjeev Kumar and Helen.
Cultural Influence: The hero flirts with every beautiful girl and begins praising her in lyrical form. The typically filmi song and the artists are good. The video is watchable for the same.