This is the first song of the film. This song was shot at a very low budget, spending less than Rs.8,000. Maya Mukherjee informs in her biography that the background artist for this song was Balbir Dil, who had decorated the sets of many hit songs of that time (\"Jaane Kya Rahen\" \"Mera Pyaar Ka Raasta\", \"Aye Meri Zohra\" etc.) But this was his first part in the film. Maya Mukherjee also states that this was his last song.
The song is set in the early 1950s and is based on the ancient raga, Kathal. Its melodic foundations are derived from Bhairavi and Pukki. The chorus improvisation are strongly influenced by Malhar. The song was composed by Indian filmmaker and composer Kaifi Azmi. The name of the song is actually a buzz, meaning to be beautiful, because the song was a very simple composition.
The song is similar in style to another song from the film Bewafa Sanam. The main difference being the rise and fall of the chorus and the main theta with an almost sobbing tone from Meena Kumari.
The song was written by Meena Kumari was considered to be a real masterpiece of his writing. The song was written immediately after the ghazal, seductive \"Main Boloon Trishkoonga\" written by Abdul Rashid. Meena Kumari met Majroh Sultanpuri at the Bombay Film Conference, during his visit to the city, and liked his ghazals and wanted to meet him. Naushad is heard as the harmonium player in this song. Its instrumentation is Charukesi (Sarod), an Indian string instrument, and Sitar. 7211a4ac4a