Pyarne di sada tumko aana pada appeared in 1967 Sippy Films’ thriller Raaz (secret) directed by Ravindra Dave and produced by G P Sippy. The movie starred late Rajesh Khanna (debut), Babita (debut), I S Johar, Asit Sen and others.
Living in Africa, Kumar (Rajesh Khanna) is actually of Indian origin. He sees dreams of an Indian railway station called Viran Nagar, repeatedly. He is curious and travels to India with his friend, Rocky (I S Johar). They reach Viran Nagar railway station, which looks the same as Kumar had seen in his dreams. The locals are frightened on seeing Kumar like they have seen a ghost. Thus, the friends do not get a ride to their destination. They trick a horse cart driver and finally reach their destination. They find a place to stay on temporary-basis and leave their luggage there to unravel the mystery of Kumar’s dreams.
That night, Kumar finds a girl (Babita) singing this eerie song. Soon, he is face-to-face with the girl. Her name is Sapna and tells him that they were in love with each other. Unfortunately, Kumar does not remember anything. For him, Sapna is just a shadow in his dreams. Sapna tries to help him remember by singing this song.
Song – Pyarne di sada tumko aana pada:
Raja Mehendi Ali Khan has penned the lyrics of this Pyarne di sada tumko aana pada and Kalyanji-Anandji composed the music.
The girl is happy that her beloved has returned to her and believes that it is the result of her prayers.
The cinematography is by K Vaikunth.
The video starts with the camera moving nearer a stunned Rajesh Khanna. The music has already begun. Babita drops her hooded overcoat on the ground and moves gracefully singing this song. She moves around a sober-looking hero.
They are in a sort of ruined building in a forest area. It is definitely a studio shot. Babita holds his hands and pulls him with her. She places her head on his chest and continues to sing. Rajesh Khanna looks strangely at her and does not respond to her nearness.
He also walks away from her. He turns back again, but cannot see her. She comes near him from a different direction. As she continues the song, he begins to smile. For some reason, he has a very rigid posture. The song peters out and the video ends there.
Krishna Kalle sings this song on playback and the onscreen performances are by Babita and Rajesh Khanna.
This is another beautiful but filmi song, rendered by, this time, Krishna Kalle and not Lataji. The song and the artists are good. The video is watchable for the same.