These Bollywood Tracks Can Make Even The Flowers Bloom


Flowers are said to be “the music of the ground, from earth’s lips spoken without sound”. The beauty of flowers in full bloom can put all other beautiful objects to shame. The divine scent spreading through the air and the bright coloured petals dancing to the rhythm of the wind will fill your heart with an unending source of joy and happiness. Flowers are in fact the sweetest things that God ever made, but forgot to put a soul into.

What if, in today’s blog, we get a chance to read about some flowery Bollywood songs?

Let’s start by reading the blog.

Ae Phoolon Ki Rani Baharon Ki Malika (1964)


Music: Shankar-Jaikishan

Lyrics: Hasrat Jaipuri

Singers: Mohammed Rafi

“Ai Phoolon Ki Raani, Bahaaron Ki Malika, Tera Muskuraana, Gajab Ho Gaya, Na Dil Hosh Mein Hai, Na Ham Hosh Mein Hain, Najr Ka Milaana, Gajab Ho Gaya”, are the starting lyrics to this fun song about flowers. It’s from the 1964 box office hit movie “Arzoo” directed by the hugely popular Ramanand Sagar.

Ye Kali Jab Talak Phool Banke (1966)


Music: Laxmikant-Pyarelal

Lyrics: Anand Bakshi

Singers: Lata Mangeshkar, Mahendra Kapoor

“Ye Kali Jab Talak Phool Banke” is another entertaining serenade sung by Lata and Mahendra. Dharmendra sings it in the 1966 film,  “Aaye Din Bahar Ke”, to woo his onscreen lady love, Asha Parekh. These type of songs seem very common and are quite prevalent in the late 60’s and early 70’s movies.

Phool Tumhe Bheja Hai Khat Mein (1968)


Music: Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics: Indeevar

Singer: Lata Mangeshkar

Movie: Saraswatichandra

You ask people about a flower song in Bollywood and the very first song that comes to mind is “Phool Tumhe Bheja Hai Khat Mein from the memorable 1968 film, “Saraswatichandra”. This movie was specially shot in Black & White. In the movie, Nutan and Manish seem to belong to an entirely different world existing in some different universe.

Phool Hai Baharon Ka (1969)


Music: Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics: Anand Bakshi

Singers: Lata Mangeshkar, Mohammed Rafi

Movie: Jigri Dost

“Phool Hai Baharon Ka, Bag Hai Nazaron Ka” is not a very popular melody. It was first heard in the film “Jigri Dost”, starring Jeetendra and Mumtaz. The two are seen dancing around a garden full of blooming flowers. The music has a typical early 70’s touch to it and might not sound that good in 2018.

Phoolon Ke Rang Se (1970)


Music: S.D Burman

Lyrics: Neeraj

Singers: Kishore Kumar

Movie: Prem Pujari

“Phoolon Ke Rang Se, Dil Ki Kalam Se, Tujhako Likhi Roj Paati, Kaise Bataaun Kis Kis Tarah Se, Pal Pal Mujhko Tu Sataati” is a memorable Bollywood track in Kishore da’s voice. You’ll love the sweet essence of this song and especially the music by Senior Burman. Dev Anand is seen to be singing it in his film, “Prem Pujari”. The song was shot in Germany.

Phir Kahin Koi Phool Khila (1971)


Music: Kanu Roy

Lyrics: Kapil Kumar

Singers: Manna Dey

Movie: Anubhav

A beautiful piece of classical melody sung by Manna Dey. “Phir Kahin Koi Phool Khila” sounds like magic in Manna Dey’s soothing voice. The song is from the 1971 film, “Anubhav”. Tanuja and Sanjeev Kumar are seen in lead roles. Kanu Roy, the composer, is a lesser known actor and composer in Hindi and Bengali films and he deserves appreciation for the peace-inducing music.

Phoolon Ka Taaron Ka (1971)


Music: R.D Burman

Lyrics: Anand Bakshi

Singers: Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar

There are hardly any people in India who must not have heard of this soul-stirring brother, sister song. It’s a massively popular track from the equally popular 1971 film “Hare Rama Hare Krishna”. It is set in the background of the rise of the International Hare Krishna movement in the 1970s. Hats off to senior Burman, Lata Mangeshkar and Kishore da for this once in a lifetime track.

Rajnigandha Phool Tumhare (1974)


Music: Salil Chowdhury

Lyrics: Yogesh

Singer: Lata Mangeshkar

Movie: Rajnigandha

This one is another memorable flower song from the 1974 movie, “Rajnigandha” starring Anmol Palekar and Vidya Sinha. Its directed by Basu Chatterjee. Salil Chowdhury is a class apart composer and as usual, Lata brings out her true potential as a singer. Even Yogesh did a great job with the lyrics.

Genda Phool (2009)


Music: A.R Rahman, Rajat Dholakia

Lyrics: Prasoon Joshi

Singers: Rekha Bharadwaj, Shraddha Pundit, Sujata Majumdar

Movie: Delhi 6

“Genda Phool”, is one of the sweetest Bollywood songs, sung in a very special, teasing style. It describes the in-law’s house or sasuraal as “Genda Phool”. It’s from the 2009 musical drama film, “Delhi-6”. Waheeda Rehman and Abhishek Bachchan remain the centre of attraction in this song. Waheeda Rehman’s sweet dance expressions remind us of all her yesteryear dance sequences.

We are all fond of flowers and love watching them grow in our gardens, don’t we? Flowers can entirely change the look of a place. If you loved reading about these flowery Hindi Film Songs, you can listen to them on, to read the blogs and reviews click on Blog/Review. To play your favourite Bollywood Musical games visit

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