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Yeh Raat Phir Na Aayegi (यह रात फिर न आएगी) 1966

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BannerSri Krishna Films
DirectorBrij
WriterBrij
ProducerHarbans Darshan M. Arora
Music DirectorO.P.Nayyar
CinematographyKeki Mistry
Film EditingKrishna, R.V. Shrikhande
Art DirectorSant Singh
Camera Operator
Assistant CameramenSadashiv Garg, Salim, Shyam Rao Shiposkar, Yadav
Playback Singers Mohammad Rafi , Asha Bhosle, Mahendra Kapoor
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CharacterActor / Actress
Professor Prithviraj Kapoor
Suraj / SurajprakashBiswajit
Kiran / KiranmaiSharmila Tagore
RakeshSailesh Kumar
Reeta Mumtaz
Doctor (uncredited)Harbans Darshan M. Arora
Dancer / Singer (uncredited)Helen
Dancer / Singer (uncredited)Madhumati
Gangaram (uncredited)Asit Sen
Kiran's Father (uncredited)B.M. Vyas
plot
Rita (Mumtaz) is the daughter of an archaeologist (Prithviraj Kapoor) who is excavating an ancient site. She is engaged to marry Suraj (Biswajeet), an artist, and her father’s best friend's son. At the excavation site, the workers unearth an ornately decorated room with a life-size statue of a dancer as its centerpiece. There is also a skeleton wearing bangles that exactly match the statue’s. They take the bangles for safekeeping. Suraj hears the haunting strains of a song and follows the sound to its source. A mysterious beauty (Sharmila Tagore) tells Suraj that she’s been waiting for him, and seems to expect that he knows her too. She says her name is Kiran. Over the next few days, she continues to appear in front of him, only to vanish suddenly, and he becomes obsessed. Her allusions to their past together still make no sense to him, but he can’t stop thinking about her. Suraj hosts a party to which he invites Kiran. Rita is upset, and her father even more so. Professor finds some similarity between Kiran and the statue and finds Kiran wearing the same ornament which is wear by that statue. After investigation Rakesh tells the Professor that about 2000 years ago, there was a city Chandrika Nagar and King Chandravilas killed Kiran who loved a sculptor. On the pretext of painting her portrait, Suraj continues to meet Kiran and finally acknowledges to her that he loves her. Prithviraj and Rakesh are gradually convinced that she is the reincarnation of Kiranmai. Rakesh takes some photos of Kiran with Suraj but when the photos are developed, only Suraj is there. After Suraj spends the night in a cave with her, Prithviraj confronts him. If he doesn’t marry Rita, he will lose his inheritance per his father’s wishes. Suraj stubbornly declares that he has no interest in his inheritance. Rita’s patent anguish at his betrayal fails to move him either. At the temple site under a full moon, Kiran finally tells Suraj that she is not a human being, but the ghost of Kiranmai. They were lovers in a former life and if he wants to be united with her forever, he will have to kill himself on this very night.
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Release date1966
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Awards
Filmfare Awards (1966) :
Best Art Direction (Black And White) Sant Singh
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Soundtrack

Lyrics: S. H. Bihari | Music: O.P.Nayyar

1. Aap Se Maine | आप से मैंने     
Voice: Mohammad Rafi

2. Har Tukhada Mere Dil Ka | हर तुखादा मेरे दिल का     
Voice: Asha Bhosle

3. Huzure Wala | हुज़ूरे वाला     
Voice: Asha Bhosle ,Chorus

4. Main Shayad Tumhare | मैं शायद तुम्हारे     
Voice: Asha Bhosle

5. Mera Pyar Woh Hai Ke | मेरा प्यार वोह है के     
Voice: Mahendra Kapoor

6. Mohabbat Cheez Hai Kya | मोहब्बत चीज़ है क्या     
Voice: Asha Bhosle

7. Phir Milogi Khabhi | फिर मिलोगी खाभी     
Voice: Mohammad Rafi , Asha Bhosle

8. Yehi Woh Jaga Hai | येही वोह जगा है     
Voice: Asha Bhosle

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