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Phir Wohi Dil Laya Hoon
Directed byNasir Hussain
Produced byNasir Hussain
StarringJoy Mukherjee
Asha Parekh
Music byO. P. Nayyar
Release date

Phir Wohi Dil Laya Hoon (transl. I've come back with the same heart) is a 1963 Indian Hindi-language film. The film became superhit at the box office.[1] This was Nasir Hussain's second production (his first in colour), after the hit film Jab Pyar Kisi Se Hota Hai (1961). He also wrote and directed it. It starred Joy Mukherjee and the Nasir Hussain fixture Asha Parekh. Pran played the villain in the film and Rajindernath had a supporting role. It also contains many songs that Mohammed Rafi sang beautifully.

This Nasir Hussain film had O.P. Nayyar as the music director, who had previously composed Hussain's Tumsa Nahin Dekha (1957). Majrooh Sultanpuri was the lyricist.

The film included many super-hit songs such as the classical "Dekho Bijli Dole Bin Badal Ki", sung by Asha Bhosle and Usha Mangeshkar. It also included the rhythmic solo melodies like "Aankhon Se Jo Utri Hai Dil Mein", "Mujhe Pyar Mein Tum Na Ilzam Dete" (both sung by Asha Bhosle), "Lakhon Hain Nigah Mein" and "Banda Parwar, Tham Lo Jigar" (both sung by Mohammed Rafi), which are popular even today.


Due to a growing marital rift between Jamuna and her husband, she decides to leave him. He does not permit her to take their son, so she arranges his abduction, and disappears from her husband's life. Years later, Jamuna's son, Mohan, has grown up, and together they live a middle-class existence. One day, Mohan meets with Mona and both are attracted to each other. But Mona's guardian would like her to marry Biharilal alias Difu, who is foreign returned and comes from a very wealthy family. Mona and her friends embark on a trip to Srinagar, and Mohan follows her there. Then Jamuna's overjoyed husband announces the return of his son, Mohan, back to his household. When Jamuna gets this news, she is shocked beyond words as the man claiming to be her son, is none other than an impostor named Ramesh. She will have to come out of hiding, admit to abducting Mohan, in order to bring the truth to light. But will Jamuna be willing to re-open the unpleasant past, or will she be content with the way things have turned out to be.



This Nasir Hussain film had O. P. Nayyar as the music director and Majrooh Sultanpuri as the lyricist.

# Song Singer
1 "Aji Qibla Mohtarma" Mohammed Rafi
2 "Banda Parwar Tham Lo" Mohammed Rafi
3 "Lakhon Hai Nigah Mein" Mohammad Rafi
4 "Aanchal Mein Saja Lena" Mohammed Rafi
5 "Zulfon Ki Chhaon Mein Chehre Ka Ujala Lekar" Asha Bhosle, Mohammed Rafi
6 "Humdum Mere, Khel Na Jano" Asha Bhosle, Mohammed Rafi
7 "Dekho Bijli Dole Bin Badal Ki" Asha Bhosle, Usha Mangeshkar
8 "Aankhon Se Jo Utri Hai" Asha Bhosle
9 "Mujhe Pyar Mein Tum" Asha Bhosle


  1. ^ "Worth Their Weight in Gold! | Box Office India : India's premier film trade magazine | Bollywood news, reviews, interviews, box office collection". Archived from the original on 3 November 2011. Retrieved 29 November 2015.