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Hindi Songs featuring Gardens

Songs in Hindi Movies are famous for their diverse and rich musical compositions. There are innumerable beautiful and melodious songs from Hindi movies spanning several decades that have captured the imagination of people. 

The songs have played an integral part in Indian movies; they contribute significantly to the film’s storytelling and emotional resonance and add to the entertainment value.

The locations of these songs are carefully chosen to enhance the visual appeal of the songs and evoke a sense of charm, beauty, or nostalgia. Meanwhile, for the storyline, directors of the movie generally stick to film sets created based on the storyline, but the songs are generally shot in picturesque landscapes such as mountains, valleys, lakes, rivers, and waterfalls. These natural settings provide a stunning backdrop for lyrical expressions of love and longing. 

Talking about natural settings, how can we not talk about the gardens? The mesmerizing colors of the flowers have served as a backdrop for many Hindi songs. In fact, many of these garden locations have become famous after a movie song has been picturized. 

Brindavan Gardens in Mysore has played host to many Hindi songs like ‘Mere Naina’ from 1976 Mehbooba and ‘Keh Do Ki Tum’ from the 1988 movie Tezaab.

The Mughal Gardens in Srinagar has provided an amazing backdrop to songs like ‘Kora Kagaz Tha Yeh Man Mera’ from the 1969 movie Aradhana and ‘Tum Se Achcha Kaun Hai’ from the movie Janwar. The filmmakers have explored gardens not just in India but also in foreign countries.

Like our previous article, where we explored some Hindi songs based on nature, let us look at some Hindi songs shot in gardens where beautiful flowers, plants, and trees provided an aesthetic appeal to the songs. 

Khuli Falak Mein Chali (1962)

“Khuli Falak Mein Chali” is a song from the movie Professor featuring Shammi Kapoor & Kalpana expressing their love in a garden. The movie also has another famous song, “Aye Gulbadan,” that picturizes the scenic beauty of the hills.

  • Music: Shankar Jaikishan
  • Movie: Professor

The famous song ‘Dekha Ek Khwab’ from the movie Silsila features Amitabh Bachchan and Rekha romanticizing in the Keukenhof tulip gardens in the Netherlands. The song showcases rows of multicolored tulips swinging to the breeze as if dancing to the tunes of the beautiful melody. 

  • Music: Shiv-Hari
  • Lyrics: Javed Akhtar
  • Movie: Silsila

The song ‘Aisa Sama Na Hota,’ sung by Lata Mangeshkar, features the film’s lead actors, Anita Raj and Sanjay Dutt, expressing love in the beautiful backdrop of a garden. 

  • Music: R. D. Burman
  • Lyrics: Anjaan
  • Movie: Zameen Aasman

Teri Pyari Pyari Surat (1961)

‘Teri Pyari Pyari Surat’ is an evergreen Hindi song from the movie Sasural, which features actors Rajendra Kumar and B. Saroja Devi playfully wandering in a garden. 

  • Music: Shankar Jaikishan
  • Lyrics: Hasrat Jaipuri
  • Movie: Sasural

  • Singers: Lata Mangeshkar
  • Movie: Mere Huzoor
  • Music: Shankar Jaikishen



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