|Written by||Rajendra Krishan (dialogues)|
|Story by|| K. V. Reddy |
D. V. Narasa Raju
D. Madhusudhana Rao
|Produced by||A.V. Meiyappan|
|Starring|| Kishore Kumar |
|Cinematography||S. Maruthi Rao|
|Edited by|| S. Panjabi |
|Music by||Madan Mohan|
Man Mauji (transl. Capricious minded) is a 1962 Indian Hindi-language film starring Kishore Kumar and Sadhana in lead roles and directed by Krishnan–Panju. It was Jayalalitha's first Hindi film, in which she played Lord Krishna in a 3-minutes dance sequence with Naaz, who played Radha in the same dance program. The film was a remake of Telugu film Donga Ramudu .
All the songs were composed by Madan Mohan and lyrics were penned by Rajinder Krishan.
The song "Zaroorat Hai, Zaroorat Hai" sung by Kishore Kumar was a super-hit number and is still sung with comic connotation.
|"Aaya Hai Kahan Se Peeke"||Lata Mangeshkar|
|"Chanda Ja Re Ja Re"||Lata Mangeshkar|
|"Main To Tum Sang"||Lata Mangeshkar|
|"Ek Tha Abdul Rehman, Ek Thi Abdul Rehmaniya"||Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar|
|"Zaroorat Hai, Zaroorat Hai"||Kishore Kumar|
|"Bura Lagta Hai Lage"||Kishore Kumar|
|"Murge Ne Jhuth Bola"-1||Kamal Barot|
|"Murge Ne Jhuth Bola"-2||Asha Bhosle|
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