Sukh Ke Sab Sathi Dukh Main Na Koi ..mohammad Rafi-dilip Kumar-gopi

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Song : Sukh Ke Sab Saathi Dukh Mein Na Koi,Mere Ram, Mere Ram Tera Naam Ek Saacha Dooja Na Koi.. Movie : Go...
Song : Sukh Ke Sab Saathi Dukh Mein Na Koi,Mere Ram, Mere Ram Tera Naam Ek Saacha Dooja Na Koi.. Movie : Gopi(1970) Singer : Mohammad Rafi ..an Immortal singer Lyricist : Rajinder Kishan Music Director: Kalyanji Anandji, Cast: Dilip Kumar, Saira Banu, Pran,Durga Khote, Farida Jalal, Johnny Walker, Lalita Pawar and Aruna Irani Director: A. Bhim Singh producers : T S Muthuswami and S S Palaniappan, LYRICS :- aa..aa.. sukh ke sab saathi dukh mein na koi sukh ke sab saathi dukh mein na koi mere ram mere ram tera naam ik sancha dooja na koi sukh ke sab saathi dukh mein na koi jeewan aani jaani chhaaya jeewan aani jaani chhaaya jhoothi maaya jhoothi kaaya phir kaahe ko saari umariya phir kaahe ko saari umariya paap ki gathri dhoyi sukh ke sab saathi dukh mein na koi na kuchh tera na kuchh mera na kuchh tera na kuchh mera ye jag jogi waala phera raja ho ya rank sabhi ka raja ho ya rank sabhi ka ant ek sa hoye sukh ke sab saathi dukh mein na koi baahar ki tu maati phaanke baahar ki tu maati phaanke man ke bheetar kyun na jhaanke ujle tanpar maan kiya ujale tanpar maan kiya aur man ki mail na dhoyi sukh ke sab saathi dukh mein na koi mere ram mere ram tera naam ik sancha dooja na koi sukh ke sab saathi dukh mein na koi.. Gopi is a 1970 Hindi film produced by T S Muthuswami and S S Palaniappan, the film is directed by A. Bhimsingh. It stars Dilip Kumar, Saira Banu, Pran, Durga Khote, Farida Jalal, Johnny Walker, Lalita Pawar and Aruna Irani. The films music is by Kalyanji Anandji. Acting of Dilip Kumar was critically acclaimed in this film. SUMMARY OF PLOT/STORY :- 1)Gopi (Dilip Kumar) stays in the village with his elder brother, Girdhari (Om Prakash) and their younger sister Nandini (Farida Jalal). Girdhari goes to the landlord Lala (Pran) to take money, which he had saved for Nandini's wedding but gets thrown out of the house. Gopi forcibly gets the money but is accused by the landlord of stealing. Sent out of the house by Girdhari, Gopi leaves for the city and vows to come back only after making enough money for Nandini's wedding. 2)Girdharilal lives in a village in India, together with his wife, Parvati, and younger step-brother, Gopiram alias Gopi, who is unemployed, unorthodox, simple-minded, and a trouble-maker. Girdharilal runs this household by making clay images of Hindu Gods and Godesses, and selling them to the village's zamindar for a small fee. Gopi finds out that the zamindar has been re-selling these images for ten times the price he pays Girdharilal, so he decides to confront the zamindar, and as a result, he does get paid a higher amount, but is entrapped in a web of lies and deceit, and is thrown out of the house by Girdharilal. With no life-skills to his credit, will Gopi be able to survive on his own?
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