After the passing away of her parents, Mangala moves in with her maternal uncle, his wife, and five cousins, who all live a poor lifestyle in a small town. She has a sweetheart in Anoop and hopes to marry him someday. When Anoop hesitates, her marriage is arranged elsewhere, however, on the day of the marriage, the groom meets with an accident and passes away. Her aunt quickly gets her married to a singer named Anand. After the marriage, Mangala is shocked to find that Anand is blind and detests him. When she finds out that he cares for her, she changes her mind and falls in love with him. Then Anoop re-enters her life, Anand finds out, and drives her out. Mangala returns home to her aunt, but she refuses to accept her. Then Mangala finds out that Anand has become a famous singer as well as an alcoholic. She goes to his house in Bombay, gets herself hired as a servant, calls herself Daasi, and pretends to be dumb so that Anand cannot hear her voice and recognize. Eventually she ... Written by
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Naushad was to be the music director of daasi, but when rajesh roshan wanted to be the music director, naushad saab made way for rajesh as his father roshan and naushad were friends. Rajesh roshan recorded 2 songs, the director of daasi, raj khosla decided that ravindra jain should compose the remaining songs. See more
Purani chilmane utha, koi naya salaam kar
Sung by Asha Bhosle
Lyrics by Anand Bakshi
Music by Ravindra Jain See more