Album Category: Hindi, Film
Year: 1975
Music Director: Khemchand Prakash, Ustad Vilayat Khan, Ajit Singh
Lyricist: Nakhshab Jarchvi, Amrita Pritam, Geetanjali Singh
Label: H.M.V.
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Album Credits: MUSIC ARRANGER: Mohammad Shafi. SONGS RECORDED BY: Kaushik, Chandra. BACKGROUND SCORE: Ustad Vilayat Khan. BACKGROUND MUSIC: SITAR: Ustad Vilayat Khan, More...
Film Credits: DIRECTOR: H.K. Verma. PRODUCER: Madhusudan Kumar. STORY: Amrita Pritam. SCREENPLAY: H.K. Verma. DIALOGUE: H.K. Verma. ACTOR: Shabana Azmi, More...

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Kyon Hum Tum Rahen Akele
Singer: Ajit Singh
Music Director: Ajit Singh
Lyricist: Geetanjali Singh
Genre: Filmi, Pop
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Ambar Ki Ek Paak Suraahi
Singer: Asha Bhosle
Music Director: Ustad Vilayat Khan
Lyricist: Amrita Pritam
Genre: Sugam
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Aayega Aanewala
Singer: Kavita Krishnamurthy
Music Director: Khemchand Prakash
Lyricist: Nakhshab Jarchvi
Genre: Filmi, Sugam
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  • This was one of the two films released in 1975 that were written by Amrita Pritam. The other film was "Daaku" (1975). While she was the only writer credited in "Daaku" (1975), in this film, she shared the writing credits with H.K. Verma who wrote its screenplay. "Daaku" (1975) was based on her novel "Unah Di Kahani" and this film on "Dharti Sagar Te Sippiyan". Both films featured songs written by her.[1]
  • Ustad Vilayat Khan's background score for this film featuring renowned classical musicians of the time was released separately. This was Vilayat Khan's only work in Hindi films.


  • Aayega Aanewala - This cover of Khemchand Prakash's career-making song for Lata Mangeshkar was Kavita Krishnamurthy's first song in a Hindi film. However, it appeared only in the film and was not part of the audio release. Kavita went on to debut in Hindi films for the song "Kaahe Ko Byaahi Bides" ("Maang Bharo Sajana", 1980).[2][3]