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Mr. Lambu

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O p nayyar suraiya soyi hai kahaan mr lambu

Mr. Lambu is a Hindi language Bollywood movie made in 1956. The plot revolves around the once popular genre of Rakhi relations, a bond between brother and sister. It stars Suraiya, one of the most popular actresses and singers of the Indian subcontinent of her generation. In the film, Lata Mangeshkar, one of the most respected playback singers in India, sings a solo composed by the award-winning director of cinematic music, Indian composer O. P. Nayyar.


O p nayyar kaha jaate ho mr lambu


Lambu is a petty criminal whose sympathy for the downtrodden and oppressed frequently leads to his taking the law into his own hands, and his going to jail. His sister Jyoti is an intelligent student who helps her mother and family at home. Jyoti falls in love with a fellow student named Prem, who is handsome and owns a car, but negotiations between the families is made difficult because of Lambu's criminality.

When Prem's family agree to the marriage, Lambu wants his sister Jyoti to have a big wedding, and he concocts a scheme to rob the house of a wealthy man named Seth. Lambu's friend Mahipat Rai (alias Pat Pat) warns him against committing such a crime.

On the night of the planned robbery, the horrendous criminal Chhaganial gets to the house first, where he steals valuable documents and kills Seth. When he arrives and discovers that Seth has been killed, Lambu runs off but shortly afterwards wins the lottery and becomes known as Mr. Lambu. Chhaganial wanted Lambu's lottery wealth, as well as his sister Jyoti, and lays a trap for him using his accomplice Dancer Veera.

The crime unravels when Dancer Veera forgets her mission and surrenders to Lambu, but before she can expose the whole crime, Chhaganial kills her, causing Prem to be blamed. Though Jyoti knows that Prem did not kill Dancer Veera, she cannot say anything because she has to protect her brother Lambu, something that is expected of siblings in India, as sisters and brothers never betray one another.


  • Sheikh Mukhtar
  • Suraiya
  • Helen
  • Minoo Mumtaz
  • Music

    1. Soi Hai Kahaan Jaa Kar – Suraiya
    2. Aa Mere Dildar – Geeta Dutt, Mohammed Rafi
    3. Jo Hum Tum Mil Gaye – Geeta Dutt
    4. Yaad Karu Tohri Batiya – Suraiya
    5. Tu Zara Si Baat Par – Mohammed Rafi, Suraiya
    6. Kahan Jate Ho – Asha Bhosle
    7. Kaise Kaise Teer Chalaye – Asha Bhosle
    8. Kitne Sitam Kitne Hi Gham – Asha Bhosle
    9. Yaad Karun Tori Batiyaan – Lata Mangeshkar


    1Tum Zarasi Baat Par Khafa Na HoSuraiya - Mohammed Rafi3:16
    2Yaad Karoon Tori BatiyanSuraiya3:12
    3Aa Mere DildaarGeeta Dutt3:17


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