“A Psychological Thriller Film”
Bees Saal Baad Released In 1962
Producer, Singer, and Music Director – Hemant Kumar
Director – Biren Naag
Lyrics – Shakeel Badayuni
1.Zara Nazron Se Kahdo Ji Nishana Chook Na Jaye
2.Bekarar Karke Hamein Yun Na Jaiye
Aapko Hamari Kasam Laut Aaiye
3.Ah Mohabbat Meri Duniya Mein Tera Kaam Na Tha
4.Kahin Deep Jale Kahin Dil, Zara Dekhle Aakar Parwane,
Teri Kaunsi Hai Manzil, Kahin Deep Jale Kahin Dil
5.Sapne Suhane Ladkapan Ke,
Mere Naino Mein Dole Bahar Banke
The Thakur of the village rapes a young girl and the girl kills herself.
After some time Thakur and his son are killed. The villagers think the
girl’s spirit has killed both of them. Twenty years after Thakur’s death,
his grandson Biswajit comes to the village. He is warned by the Villagers
that the spirit will kill him, but he does not believe them. At night Biswajit
hears the singing voice of the supposed spirit.
The next day Biswajeet meets a beautiful and carefree girl Waheeda Rehman.
She is the Niece of Manmohan Krishna. The singing continues the second night,
but Biswajit is unable to find the identity of the girl singing the song. He notices
that there is a source of light in his house on the terrace.
The next day, Biswajit’s Coat is misplaced. The news reaches Waheeda Rehman
that Biswajit had been killed. She does not believe this and runs into the forest,
where Biswajit comes in front of her. He says another man wearing his coat has
been killed. He was killed under the same tree where his father and grandfather
were killed. Waheeda Rehman advises
Biswajit to leave since a person wearing his coat was killed by the spirit, he will also
be killed, but Biswajit wants to stay back. Manmohan Krishna forbids Waheeda Rehman
to meet Biswajit people say she would be killed too. Biswajit meanwhile tries to figure
out who is doing all this. Seeing Waheeda Rehman so sad, Manmohan Krishna tells her
to call Biswajit near the tree, where they will talk. Biswajit goes there, and the spirit tries
to kill him, but he escapes.
Waheeda Rehman finds out that the one who was pretending to be the spirit of the girl
was none other than her uncle Manmohan Krishna. The girl was Manmohan Krishna’s
daughter who had been raped by the Thakur, so he killed Thakur, and his son and was
trying to kill his grandson now. Police arrive and persuade Manmohan Krishna to
Biswajit and Waheeda Rehman live happily ever after.
Best Lyricist – Shakeel Badayuni for Song Kahin Deep Jale Kahin Dil
Best Female Playback Singer – Lata Mangeshkar
For Song – Kahin Deep Jale Kahin Dil
Best Editing – Keshav Naidu
Best Sound Design – S.Y.Pathak
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