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Collage of Old Hindi Movie Posters based on a Song

Mere jeevan saathi, pyaar kiye jaa
waah! waah!

Haan haan ! Mere jivan saathi, pyaar kiye jaa
Jawani diwani,
O o!

Khoobsurat, ziddi padosan
satyam shivam sundaram
, satyam shivam sundaram
satyam shivam sundaram

Jhootha kahin ka!
Jhootha kahin ka? Haan, hare rama hare Krishna
Dhat! Chaar sau bees, awaara!

Dil hi to hai
Aashiq hoon baharon ka, tere mere sapne, tere ghar ke samane,
Aamane saamane, shaadi ke baad!

Shaadi ke baad? O baap re!
Haan haan haan, haan! Hamare tumhare!

Munna, guddi, tinku, mili, shin shinaki babla boo
Khel khel mein shor! ,Shor, shor ...

Bhuul gaye?
Johny Mera Naam
Chori mera kaam, Johny Mera Naam, o, chori mera kaam

Ram aur shyam
Dhat, bandalbaaz
Ladaki, milan, geet gata chal, pyaar ka mausam

Aahaa haahaahaaha! Pyar ka mausam
Besharam ...

Satyam shivam sundaram, satyam shivam sundaram
Satyam shivam sundaram
Mere jivan saathi, pyaar kiye jaa
Jaa jaa!
Javaani divani
Khuubasurat, ziddi padosan, satyam shivam sundaram
Ishq ishq ishq!

Naughty boy
Haa haa! Ishq ishq ishq
Bluff master

Yeh raaste hain pyaar ke, chalte chalte, mere hamsafar
Hamsafar, dil tera deewana, deewana mastana,
Chhaliya, anjaana
Pagala kahi ka!

Chhaliyaa, anjaanaa, aashiq begana, loafer, anari
Baadhati kaa naam daadi, chalti ka naam gaadi

Jab pyaar kisi se hota hai, ye sanam
O ho!
Jab yaad kisi ki aati hai, janeman
Bandhan, kangan, chandan, jhoola, chandan, kangan, bandan, jhulaa, bandan
Jhuulaa, kangan jhuulaa, chandan jhuulaa, jhuulaa jhuulaa jhuulaa jhuulaa
Dil diya dard liya, jhanak jhanak payal baaje,
Chham chhamaa chham
Geet gaya patharo ne, sargam, satyam shivam sundaram
Satyam shivam sundaram, satyam shivam sundaram

Mere jivan saathi, pyaar kiye jaa
Chal chal!
Javaani diwaani, khubasurat, ziddi, padosan
Satyam shivam sundaram, satyam shivam sundaram
Sing with me come on!

Llaa laa laa laa laa laa
Come on! Good!
laa laa laa laa laa laa


Movie Name: Ek Duje Ke Liye (1981)
Year: 1981
Director: K Balachander
Music Director: Laxmikant Pyarelal
Song: Mere jeevan saathi
Singer: Anuradha Sriram, SP Balasubrahmanyam
Lyrics: Anand Bakshi


The movie posters in this collage are based on the song mere jeevan saathi from the movie Ek Duje Ke Liye. The movie names in bold are the ones that are missing in this collage as I could not find their posters. All the posters are from various sources on the web. A big thanks to them all!


  1. what a great job you've done here, i love the movie and i loved the song as well

  2. Thanks! Bollywood did later come up with a few similarly formatted 'film' song. But none of them worked like this one.

  3. This is great! And now you can add Shin Shinaki Bablo Boo to the mix :)

  4. Memsaab,
    All thanks to you :)

    I think I will create a separate collage for the missing titles.


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