My favourite ‘Lata – Hemant Kumar Duets’

Last year on Lata Mangeshkar’s 90th birthday I started a series based on Lata’s association with forgotten and lesser known composers. It continued for a few months, I covered around 100 composers in a series of eight posts. I tried to cover till the late 1980s. Though I could have continued it in the 1990s, I didn’t feel enthusiastic about it, so I dropped the idea for the time being.

The year 2020 started with a series of bad news and soon the corona pandemic took over. It was and still is a very stressful scenario for all. While I was busy with my duties and the other posts on the blog, I completely forgot that it was Hemant Kumar’s birth centenary year. I missed the golden opportunity to have an entirely dedicated series. But better late than never. Though all of us are eagerly waiting for the year 2020 to get over soon, I decided to club Hemant Kumar’s 31st death anniversary (26th September 2020) with Lata Mangeshkar’s 91th birthday today.

The result is that I’ve come up with a post dedicated to the duets sung by the legendary singers.

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Hemant Kumar was a combination of singer and composer. While some of his fans consider his one specialty superior over the other, I was never able to finalize whether he was a better composer or a singer. I think he was the best on both the fronts. Starting his career with Bengali songs in the 1940s, his Hindi film career as a composer started with the 1952 release, Anand Math. The songs were popular, but the next couple of films saw failure. A Disappointed Hemant Kumar was thinking of packing bags, when he was offered ‘Nagin’ by Filmistan. He challenged himself and composed all the superhit songs for the movie. The film was a musical superhit of the year 1954 and fetched him the Best composer Filmfare Award. The Been dhun became tremendously popular. The echoes of the tune were heard for a few years to come. After the success, he never looked back and went on as a composer and a singer. He also produced a few Hindi films under the banner of Geetanjali, and delivered excellent songs.

In the process, he was also composing for Bengali songs making frequent visits to Kolkata. The stress of overnight air travel, sleepless nights, diabetes, excessive smoking and a heart ailment all had a slow but deteriorating impact on his health.

He offered songs to almost all singers. Lata Mangeshkar was obviously his favourite, though he offered a fair share to Geeta Dutt in early years and to Asha Bhosle in the later part.

Now I think I should focus on the topic for today. Lata Mangeshkar sang with him and for him for the first time in 1952. The films, Jaal and Anand Math had their duets. But in both the films, the contribution of Hemant Kumar to the song was very small. For the song Vande Mataram, he just sang aalap, which was more of a leading chorus singer type of contribution under his own baton. It’s actually not counted among their duets. In Jaal, for S D Burman, again the duet, Yeh Raat Yeh Chandani Phir Kahan, had a similar situation. He had just a couple of lines, that of the mukhda, whereas the main portion of the song was sung by Lata Mangeshkar. But it’s taken as their first duet.

But afterwards they sang a number of songs together and the heavenly duets are counted among the best duets of all times from old Hindi cinema.

Lata Mangeshkar used to say that Hemant Kumar’s voice sounds like a sage’s voice. His voice was also complemented as being a voice of God himself. And I’m sure, if God speaks, his voice would be like Hemant Kumar’s! Sacred, soothing and sober.

When I started collecting information about the duets, the number was not huge, 48 songs for 42 films under different composers. I collected the information from Vishwas Nerurkar’s book on Lata Mangeshkar’s career, गंधार स्वरयात्रा. But I was unable to locate some of the duets, while a song or two were in another singer’s voice. For example, the song, ‘Jago Aur Jagao’ from Paayal is actually Lata’s duet with Manna Dey. Also the song ‘Bhola Bachpan Dukhi Jawani’ is Hemant Kumar’s solo. I could find only a couple of duets by Lata Mangeshkar and Hemant Kumar from Ek Hi Rasta, though the book mentioned three duets. If anyone can throw light on the issue!

Hemant Kumar himself was the top most composer to have composed 18 duets. It’s worth noting that the maximum number of their duets are recorded during 1953 to 1959. It’s very surprising that none of the films from 1960, 1961 and 1964 have their duets. And there are just 5 duets in the 1960s, the last released being, Chhupa Lo Yoon Dil Mein from Mamta (1966). Thereafter there are no Lata Mangeshkar and Hemant Kumar duets in Hindi films.

No of songsName of the composer
18Hemant Kumar
04C Ramchandra
03Kalyanji Anandji
02S D Burman
02Shankar Jaikishan
02Salil Choudhary
01Vasant Desai
01Madan Mohan
01S Mohinder
01Mohd Shafi
01Kanu Ghosh
01Vishwanathan Rammoorthy

For the ease of division I’ll present the duets by one composer together. I’ve avoided the songs where Hemant Kumar has sung only a few lines or he just hums throughout the song. So I  dropped the beautiful duet from the movie, Inspector, and also the duet from Shirin Farhad. Let us start the journey, my favourite duets by Lata Mangeshkar and Hemant Kumar, in no particular order.

1. Hemant Kumar –

It was difficult to choose a few from so many duets. But I decided to present the ones I like the most. The majority of the duets are romantic, and I’ve tried not to repeat a song if it has already appeared on the blog in another post.

Ari Chhod De Sanjaniya – Nagin (1954) / Lyrics – Rajendra Krishan

It’s a simple but very sweet tune. I haven’t watched the film, so I was surprised to see it as a stage performance. To watch Pradeep Kumar dancing was a funny thing, though Vaijayanti Mala was good. So I skipped the video and I’ve posted only audio. At least the sound quality is good. Nagin had excellent songs, but only one duet by Lata Mangeshkar and Hemant Kumar. It’s very pleasant to listen to and its sweetness could be diabetogenic. But I can’t resist it.

Sanwale Salone Aaye Din – Ek Hi Rasta (1956) / Lyrics – Majrooh

Another of their sweet duets. Slim and beautiful Meena Kumari looks gorgeous. It’s such a delight to watch a happily smiling and singing Meena Kumari. The tandem bicycle looks so interesting. It used to feature comparatively more frequently in old films, now it’s rarely seen. The song metaphorically speaks about love and romance. It’s one of my favourites. Though Hemant Kumar’s voice has a sort of sombre touch to it, romantic songs do sound perfect in his voice.

Ae Meri Maut Theher – Paayal (1957) / Lyrics – Rajendra Krishan

The songs from the movie, Paayal were comparatively lesser known, at least to me. I particularly selected the sad song as both the singers have rendered it perfectly and Hemant Kumar is good as a composer too in the song. It creates a gloomy aura, full of sorrow.

Nai Manzil Nai Raahen – Hill Station (1957) / Lyrics – S H Bihari

What a beautiful romantic song! It’s full of dreams and hopes of a bright future of the couple. Hemant Kumar has used humming in many of his songs, including this. It’s a very soothing and relaxing song.

Ek Baar Zara Phir Keh Do – Bin Baadal Barsaat (1963) / Lyrics – Shakeel Badayuni

Another romantic song, full of blossoming love and cuteness. He’s head over heels in love with her and likes to be called crazy (दिवाना). He repeatedly requests her to call him दिवाना, but the lady cutely denies. Finally he makes her say दिवाना, and urges her to say it all the time. That is the cutest part of the song.

2. Ravi –

He was Hemant Kumar’s assistant and the latter asked him to start composing on his own, when he thought it to be a right time. Actually Hemant Kumar was very busy during the period and needed assistance, but he wasn’t selfish. He wanted Ravi to flourish as an independent composer. Ravi was always grateful to him. In the early years of his career he offered Hemant Kumar songs, and later continued to do so whenever he got an opportunity. In all he composed five duets for the duo. The ones from Albeli and Ek Saal were already there on my earlier lists, so I’m highlighting other songs.

Kal Ke Chand Aaj Ke Sapne – Nai Raahen (1959) / Lyrics – Shailendra

A very cute and touching song, a couple dreams and talks about their baby. Very apt and soft expressions in Hemant Kumar’s voice.

Bedard Zamana Tera Dushman Hai – Mehendi (1958) / Lyrics – S H Bihari

Though I was aware of Lata’s wonderful solos from the film, my attention never got diverted to the said duet. It’s a very good song. Hemant Kumar sings in the praise of God while Lata Mangeshkar sings for Jayashree and in opposition. Her sufferings have compelled her not to believe in God. But finally she appears to have changed her mind. Is the movie also based on Umrao Jaan’s life? Then it would be interesting to watch! The songs are very impressive of course, but I’m sure about Jayashree’s acting. I haven’t watched any of her films.

3. C Ramchandra –

There are four songs to consider and it’s difficult to choose. But a couple of songs have already appeared on the blog, so I’ll choose,

Jaag Dard e Ishq Jaag – Anarkali (1953) / Lyrics – Rajendra Krishan

Anarkali is one of the most popular films by Chitalkar. Hemant Kumar was Chitalkar’s choice for Pradeep Kumar even before the former became a lucky charm for the latter. After Nagin, their pairing was a popular and successful one. In the mentioned song however, he sings for Tansen, played by the actor, Ibrahim (whose photo I found on memsaabstory). The classical based song has been popular for years and the film version is a full one, with Hemant Kumar singing the first stanza that is usually absent from the record version.

4. Roshan –

Roshan offered him only three songs, but their last song from Mamta is a masterpiece. It’s incidentally also the last duet by Lata Mangeshkar and Hemant Kumar for Hindi films.

Chhupa Lo Dil Mein Yoon Pyar – Mamta (1966) / Lyrics – Majrooh

It’s a heavenly melodious song. Hemant Kumar’s voice really sounds like a sage’s voice, and Lata’s equally expressive and beautiful voice takes it to another level. With just a subtle orchestration and the excellent interludes on flute, the song is memorable.

5. Kalyanji Anandji –

Kalyanji Veerji Shah was also Hemant Kumar’s assistant during the making of Nagin. In fact the Been Dhun was jointly played by Ravi on harmonium and Kalyanji on clay violin, which was an earlier version of a synthesizer. So the song from Nagin is one of the earliest songs to use electronic instruments. Kalyanji also started composing independently and offered his mentor, Hemant Kumar a duet with Lata Mangeshkar in Satta Bazar. Later he was joined by his younger brother, Anandji to form one of the popular composer duos of Hindi cinema. Later Kalyanji Anandji was inclined to Rafi but still in the film, Saheli (1965) a romantic song was recorded in Hemant Kumar’s voice with Lata Mangeshkar as co-singer. Let me present it.

Itna To Kehdo Hum Se – Saheli (1965) / Lyrics – Indeevar

It’s one of the few duets Hemant Kumar sang with Lata Mangeshkar in the 1960s. What a refreshingly romantic song! I think Hemant Kumar must have sung for Pradeep Kumar after a long time for the film. It’s surely one of my most favourite romantic duets.

6. Shankar Jaikishan –

Shankar Jaikishan called Hemant Kumar for the first time in Patita for Dev Anand. The song, Yaad Kiya Dil Ne, was on the charts. Later they offered Hemant Kumar songs only in one more film, Badshah. After 1954, Hemant Kumar was among the busy and popular composers of Hindi cinema. This could be the reason why SJ didn’t offer him songs later.

And for today’s post my choice is,

Aa Neele Gagan Tale – Badshah (1954) / Lyrics – Hasrat Jaipuri

A great melody, with equally great orchestration and excellent rendition by the singers. The song has a lingering tune and I guess it has harmonica for the counter melody. It’s soothing and relaxing, yet romantic. The film also has Pradeep Kumar in the main lead.

7. Salil Choudhary –

He recorded just a couple of duets by Lata Mangeshkar and Hemant Kumar. Both are romantic songs, and I’ll choose,

Jhirjhir Jhirjhir Badarwa Barase – Parivaar (1956) / Lyrics – Shailendra

A romantic rain song, but the couple is enjoying it indoors. I like the song very much. Hemant Kumar’s part starts after the first stanza and it’s relatively small. But that does add to the sweetness of the composition.

8. Vasant Desai –

There is only one duet by the duo for Vasant Desai.

Nain So Nain Nahi Milao – Jhanak Jhanak Paayal Baaje (1955) / Lyrics – Hasrat Jaipuri

A beautiful classical based song, rendered wonderfully by the singers. The on screen couple Sandhya and Gopi Krishna do a fantastic job. Picturised on the lawns of beautiful Vrindavan Garden, it’s a visual feast too.

9. Naushad –

Naushad also offered Hemant Kumar just a handful of songs and of the songs only one was a duet with Lata Mangeshkar. And the song appears as a solo as well in the film, and the duet version comes in the end.

Chandan Ka Palna Resham Ki Dori – Shabab (1954) / Lyrics – Shakeel Badayuni

A melodious song. It’s a different type of lullaby, I mean it’s sung for an adult, a princess played by gorgeous Nutan. Dustedoff recommended this film. I am yet to watch it. Will do so soon, hopefully.

10. Madan Mohan –

I think Madan Mohan also has quite a few songs with Hemant Kumar and there’s a single duet.

Hum Pyar Karenge – Dhun (1953) / Lyrics – Bharat Vyas

I’m not very fond of the song, though it’s not bad at all. It’s perhaps the only song Hemant Kumar sang for Raj Kapoor. It’s a bit different from Madan Mohan’s other songs. It has a western influenced tune, but it’s melodious. But I must confess his voice doesn’t suit Raj Kapoor at all.

Bonus Song –

When Hridaynath Mangeshkar thought of making Marathi Koli Geet (songs of the fishermen) he was very apt to choose Hemant Kumar. The latter sang the song with correct accent and good pronunciation. The track is still very popular and finds place as a dance song in various dance competitions and college gatherings. It’s of course a duet. Let me present it as a bonus song. It has a typical tune and rhythm of a Koli Geet. My list would have been incomplete without it. The song was simultaneouly made in Bengali as well.

§§ मी डोलकर डोलकर दर्याचा राजा – कोळीगीत / संगीतकार – हृदयनाथ मंगेशकर, गीत – शांता शेळके §§

There are a few more songs I wanted to include, but to limit the number, I had to drop those songs. But let me mention, Peechhe Peechhe Aa Kar from House No 44 and Badli Mein Chhupe Chand Ne from Shatranj.

With, Mohabbat Jisko Kehte Hai from Maa Beta. Chitragupta also had a couple of sweet melodies with Hemant Kumar and I want to mention, Chand Ne Kuchh Kaha from Daaka.

Before I conclude, let me wish Lata Didi a very happy birthday and healthy years ahead.

Please add your favourite Lata – Hemant Kumar duets to the list.

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24 Replies to “My favourite ‘Lata – Hemant Kumar Duets’”

  1. Anup,
    You have given a very nice perspective by giving the total number of Hemant Kumar-Lata Mangeshkar duets music-director wise in a tabular form. One is awed that with such a small number so many of their duets have acquired iconic status.

    From C Ramchandra I am especially fond of ‘Badli mein chhupe chaand ne kuchh mujhse kaha hai’. You have mentioned it in your write-up. One of SDB duets could have figured in your list because they are counted as ‘duets’.

    Very nice post as a tribute to the two great singers.


    1. AK ji,
      Thank you for your appreciation.
      I have actually given links to both the songs by S D Burman. I didn’t include them on the list as the contribution by Hemant Kumar by small.
      And I was surprised as well to find such a small number of duets.


  2. As AK commented, it’s interesting that so many of their duets have acquired iconic status; your list itself, though it does have some of the rarer duets, also features several really famous (and really good!) songs. Very enjoyable list, Anupji. Thank you.


    1. Thank you for your appreciation Madhuji.
      I was actually surprised to see less number of duets. I heard some of the duets on the list for the first time. But I thought them to be unknown only to me, and I liked them. So I included them. But even with such less number more than 50% of the songs are iconic and hugely popular. That’s great!


  3. I appreciate your selection of theme on this occasion. Excellent blog.
    But I request you to do 9 th part of unknown/lesser known composers from 1990-2010. Just for sake of completion of that wonderful series.


    1. Thanks for your appreciation Ravindraji.
      And I am going to do the final posts on Lata’s association with lesser known composers, but when I don’t know. May be the post will appear on the blog as a part of 1990s posts. But I’ll do it surely.
      Right now not feeling enthusiastic about it, so I said in the post the feeling is “for the time being”
      And, I’ll complete the series.


  4. Dr. Anup,

    A nice list of Hemant-Lata songs on the occasion of Lata didi’s birthday. Equally impressive is the statistical information.
    Though the number of duets is limited, most of them are well-known and even memorable.
    Though I knew most of the songs, I heard the ones from Dhun, Mehendi and Payal for the first time.

    Here’s one of my favorites composed by Kalyanji Veerji Shah for Post Bo 999 (1958) – O neend na mujhko aaye

    Another nice number composed by C. Ramchandra from Bahurani
    – Umr hui tumse mile phir bhi jaane kyun


    1. Dr Rejesh,
      Thanks for the appreciation. And thanks for sharing beautiful duets. The Bahurani song was there on one of my earlier lists and I like the song from SahelI more than the one from Post Box 999.
      But I was sure the latter will be mentioned in the comments. And here your are! It’s a good duet of course.


  5. Dear Anup ji,

    It is a great pity that Hemanto Babu did not recite many Shlokas and similar chants. What we do have are absolutely exquisite and bear out Lata ji’s remarks about his voice. Sample these two :

    One song I would like to add to those so beautifully strung together by you is this one from SHART

    Two other gems are the ones from POST BOX 999 and SATTA BAZAAR respectively.

    With warm regards



    1. Wow! Thanks Partha ji for sharing the Sanskrit Shlokas sung by Hemant da. His pronunciation is of course good! Sanskrit is my favourite language which I studied from 8th to 12th.
      The second song Aashadhasya Pratham Divase is enchanting. I wasn’t aware of this aspect of Hemant da’s singing career.
      The song from Shart is beautiful and melodious, but to highlight a few lesser known ones I dropped it. Thanks for posting it. It’s one of my favourites of course!


  6. Anupji,
    Thank for the wonderful tribute to two of the great musicians, Hemant Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar.

    Hemant Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar had a special bonding. Lata Mangeshkar considered Hemant Kumar as her elder brother. Lata never accepted any remuneration for singing in any of the in-house-productions of Hemant Kumar. I will not linger long on the subject, just this one point is enough to emphasise the point. It is very appropriate that you have selected Lata Mangeshkar’s duets with Hemant Kumar for paying your tributes to both of them. I too join in you in expressing my respects to Hemant Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar.

    As Akji has mentioned, although their duets were small in numbers, a majority of them were hits/ very popular.

    Besides the 48 Hindi film duets, they rendered 5 duets in Bengali films and three Non-film Bengali duets. Out of the 5 Bengali film duets four were composed by Hemant Kumar and one by Pabitra Chatterjee. And one of the NF duets was composed by Hridaynath Mangeshkar, the Bengali version of the Marathi duet posted by you. The other two NF duet were Rabindra Sangeet.

    Hemant Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar had two more duets in Marathi, one in the film ‘Naikinicha Sajja’ (1957) and other one is the NFduet posted by you.
    Posing their first Bengali film duet
    Bhagaban, Ei Duniyay , Barama (1957),lyrics Pranab Roy


    1. Venkataramanji,
      Thank you for your appreciation. You have recently done near Ph D in Hemant Kumar’s career, and I must say your posts on SoY are superb. Hats off!
      Thanks for the Bengali duet. In the absence of understanding Bengali, I felt it’s a request to God to fulfill their dreams.
      And, the word ‘Bhagban’ instead of Bhagwan refreshed my memories of a post on SoY by Akji, where there was a funny discussion about Geeta Dutt pronouncing Daba instead of Dawa in a Hindi song.
      Thanks for mentioning Naikinicha Sajja (नायकिणीचा सज्जा). I had a vague recollection of the name, but had never heard the songs. Though I could not find the duet by Lata and Hemant da, What I found were three wonderful solos by Lata Mangeshkar. I just loved them.
      Let me present the songs here for others to listen to.
      A couple of songs are in Hindi and one song is in Marathi. As apparent from the name of the film (नायकीण means Kothewali), the Hindi songs sound like Mujra. One of the songs, Jiya Nahi Lage may have its roots in Bengali music. I felt so.

      And I absolutely loved the other song, Aisi Tirchhi Nazar Se as well.

      Here’s the link for Marathi song, मुरली वाजे सखी वृंदावनी which means
      Flute is being played in the Vrindawan

      It also sounds like a Bengali tune. I have no idea whether my guesses are correct or not. Perhaps you or Partha ji would be able to confirm it.

      Thanks you again for your insightful comment. As usual it added valuable information to my knowledge.


  7. Anupji,
    Thank you for your response and nice words.

    The Bengali duet, I would say, is more of a lamentation.
    Actually, in Bengali it is Bhagaban/ Bhogobaan/ ভগবান .

    Here is the link to duet from Naikinicha Sajja (नायकिणीचा सज्जा), lyrics Raja Bade

    Thanks for posting the Lata’s songs from the film. I think, I did post the songs in the comment section of Hemantayan 1.

    Jiya Nahi Lage is based on the classical Raag Jaijaiwanti. Your hunch may not be unfounded. But I cannot recollect any Bengali equivalent of this song. Both the Hindi songs from this film were penned by Shamsul Huda Bihari.

    But, you are absolutely right about the song मुरली वाजे सखी वृंदावनी again penned by Raja Bade.
    I wanted to mention it in SoY/ Hemantayan 2 and then forgot about it. Now I may do it.

    I think the Marathi song was composed first (1957). Then Hemant Kumar reworked the tune for the 1960 Bengali film ‘Gariber Meye’ for a duet by Samaresh Roy and Pratima Bandopadhyay. There is also a solo (non-film) by Pratima Bandopadhyay. I am not sure when it was recorded.

    Here is the link to the duet version by Samresh Roy and Pratima Bandopadhyay, film Gariber Meye (1960), lyrics Bimal Ghosh

    The solo NFS version by Pratima Bandopadhyay

    I am sure there is Hindi version of this tune , but unable to recollect now.


    1. Venkataramanji,
      Thank you for your quick response. I’m glad I could identify a Bengali tune without knowing anything about it. Both the Bengali versions are sweet.
      Thank you for तांडा चाले, again a sweet song. तांडा is actually a kafila, mostly of animals or a combination of humans and animals going a long distance in mob, classically in a row.

      Thanks again Venkataramanji.


    2. There was one other tune that Hemanto “reworked”, as you so eloquently put it. Listen first to this 1951 song composed by Sudhir Phadke :

      (बाँध प्रीति फूल डोर, मन लेके चित्त चोर, दूर जाना ना……from “MALTI MADHAV”, 1951)

      And this Bangla version from the 1955 Film “SHAPMOCHAN” :

      Sorry Anupji for digressing

      With warm regards



      1. No Problem Parthaji!
        As I always say, readers form the most important part of a blog. When there is exchange of thoughts, there is exchange of knowledge. And I like it a lot! I always like to be a student. That way you can always keep on learning, enriching your experiences. And information coming from a veteran in Hindi films! oh! Most Welcome.

        I’m glad, Baandh Preeti Phool Dor has a bengali version as well. It’s one my most favourite Lata solos.
        Thank you for the information.


  8. Lovely post, Anupji! But I would wish to add here that Subir Sen’s voice is so much like Hemant Kumar’s. Sometimes it is difficult to make out if it is Subir Sen or Hemant Kumar. There are lovely duets of Lata and Subir as well such as Main Rangeela Pyaar Ka Raahi from Choti Behen. ( The only problem perhaps was with Subir Sen’s diction like in the song from Kathputli (Manzil wohi hain pyaar ki) which gave him away.


    1. Dear Anitaji,

      There was one other who had a similar voice. He was DWIJEN MUKHERJEE (1927-2018). Listen to this one from the Film “MAYA” (1961) :

      The more the merrier!

      With warm regards



      1. Parthaji, I know of Dwijen Mukherjee. He was closely associated with Salilda. The duet you refer to is a masterpiece with the chorus playing as an interlude and Lata’s voice heard only in the background humming.
        Parthaji, I would be delighted if you could visit my blog where I do write on golden era film music along with other subjects. It is called trivia – the spice of life. The link is


        1. Thanks for the appreciation Anita ji.
          Both Subir Sen and Dwijen Mukherjee sound similar to Hemant Kumar. At times it becomes difficult to differentiate between them.

          Though they couldn’t be popular in Hindi films, I guess both had a bright career in Bengali films.
          I should plan a post on them, I do remember a post on SoY. But I can have my own as well. Let me see.


          1. in fact after reading your post I too feel inspired to write on Subir Sen. I somehow feel the lesser known unsung talents must be given their due. And what better way than in posts like these.


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