Pradeep Kumar and Vyjayanthimala starrer 'Nagin' Film song
Ari chhod de sajaniya, chhod de patang meree chhod de Aise chhodo na balamawa, nainawa ke dor pahale jod de - (2)
Aashaao ka majha laga, rangee pyaar se doree tere muhalle udate udate aai choree choree bairee duneeya kahee na tod de, patang meree chhod de aise chhodo na balamawa, nainawa ke dor pahale jod de
Aramaano kee dor lutaane, khade hai duniyawaale banke charakiwaale unche nil gagan me, chhod de patang meree chhod de aise chhodo na balamawa, nainawa ke dor pahale jod de
Dekh chalee yeh sang hawa ke, balakhatee ithalatee saiyan balakhatee ithalatee chir ke bairee jag ka sina, git pyaar ke gaatee dekho git pyar ke gaatee hain kis me itana jor, jo kate dor saamane aaye na phir meree atariya pe, chhod de patang saiyan chhod de aise chhodo na sajaniya, nainawa ke dor pahale jod de
Saiyan chhod de patang meree chhod de goree nainawa ke dor pahale jod de saiyan chhod de patang meree chhod de
Two Adivasi tribes are in conflict for some local economic rights. The daughter of the Nagi tribe's chief, Mala (Vyjayanthimala) vows to kill the son of the Ragi tribe's chief, Sanatan (Pradeep Kumar) as revenge. Trespassing the enemy territory, she is mesmerized by music of a flute (played by the musician Kalyanji Virji Shah). Coming closer, she finds out that the singer is Sanatan. They fall in love, but find it difficult to appease the enemity between the two tribes and to resist to the attempts of the villain Prabir (Jeevan) to marry the heroine. Hemant Kumar was the music director of this film, which is noted for its music. Hemant Kumar won the national filmfare award for this film in 1954. He also sang some of the songs himself, such as Tere Dwar Khada Ek Jogi and Zindagi Ke Denewale.