Main toh pyarse tere Piya – Lata Mangeshkar – Naushad – Vaijayantimala | Saathi (1968)

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Movie – Saathi (1968):

Main toh pyarse tere Piya was featured in the Venus Pictures’ C V Sridhar-directed Saathi (1968). The movie was produced by S Krishnamurthy and T Govindarajan and starred Rajendra Kumar, Vaijayantimala, Simi Garewal, Pahari Sanyal, David, Veena, Sanjeev Kumar, Ram Mohan, Shashi Kapoor, Nanda, Shabnam, D K Sapru, Pratima Devi, etc.

Ravi (Rajendra Kumar) returns from abroad, having completed his medical education and takes up a position as chief surgeon in a hospital. He meets Nurse Shanti (Vaijayantimala) and finds their outlook on life is similar. Shanti’s mother is suffering from cancer and dies while Ravi is operating on her. Realizing his responsibility post the death of her mother, he promises marriage to her.

On the other hand, his mentor (Pahari Sanyal) and his wife want him to marry their daughter Rajni (Simi Garewal). But, Ravi’s mentor realizes Ravi’s responsibility toward Shanti and blesses them. Ravi and Shanti get married and she sings this song the morning post their nuptials.

Song – Main toh pyarse tere Piya:

Majrooh Sultanpuri Sahab penned the lyrics of Main toh pyarse tere Piya and Naushad Sahab composed the tune.

The girl appreciates the presence of the man in her life as a husband.

Video- Main toh pyarse tere Piya:

The cinematography is by Marcus Bartley.

The video begins as Vaijayantimala, smilingly, tries to get out of Rajendra Kumar’s grip. She runs to the drapes and shyly hides behind them. The music has already begun. She goes into his arms, overcoming her blushing and begins to sing.

Then, she hands him a towel and pushes him gently into the washroom. She comes to the hall and picks up Rajendra Kumar’s photo, moving about the place, singing. By then, Rajendra Kumar comes out of the bedroom dressed up. The song peters out and the video also ends there.

Artists:

Lata Mangeshkar had sung this song for Vaijayantimala. Rajendra Kumar looks on.

Cultural Influence:

This is a typical filmi song, depicting the heroine’s devotion toward the hero, who is her husband. The song and the artists are good. The video is watchable for the same.

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