Leader (1964 film)

Directed by Ram Mukherjee
Produced by Sashadhar Mukherjee
Written by Ram Mukherjee (screenplay)
Harish Mehra (screenplay and dialogue)
Wajahat Mirza (dialogue)
Story by Dilip Jain
Starring Dilip Kumar
Music by Naushad
Shakeel Badayuni (lyrics)
Cinematography V. Babasaheb
Edited by S.E. Chandivale
Release dates
Running time
176 minutes
Country India India
Language Hindi

Leader is a 1964 CinemaScope Hindi political drama film. The film is produced by Sashadhar Mukherjee and directed by Ram Mukherjee . The film stars Dilip Kumar, Vyjayanthimala and Jayant. The story of the film was written by Dilip Jain.[1]

The films music is by Naushad with lyrics by Shakeel Badayuni, it is noted for the patriot song, Apni Azadi Ko Hum Hargis Mita Sakte Nahin, and Mujhe Duniyawalon Sharabi Na Samjho by Mohammed Rafi.[1]


Vijay Khanna is a law graduate-cum-tabloid editor he falls in love with Princess Sunita, while general election are underway. Vijay becomes accused of a political leaders murder. Gradually the couple tries to expose a criminal-politician nexus.



Soundtrack album by Naushad
Released 1964
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Label Saregama
Naushad chronology
Mere Mehboob
Dil Diya Dard Liya

The score and soundtrack for the movie was composed by Naushad and lyrics penned by Shakeel Badayuni. The soundtrack consists of 8 songs, featuring vocals by Mohammed Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar and Asha Bhonsle. Songs like "Tere husn ki kya tareef karoon", "Ek shehanshah ne banawake haseen", "Daiya re daiya", and "Apni Azadi Ko Hum Hargis Mita Sakte Nahin" are popular songs. The soundtrack album was reissued in digital format in 2004 through Saregama.[2]

No. Song Singer Length
1 "Apni Azadi Ko Hum" Mohammed Rafi 4:38
2 "Dayya Re Dayya" Asha Bhosle 7:12
3 "Ek Shahenshah Ne Banwa Ke" Mohammed Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar 5:16
4 "Hameen Se Muhabbat" Mohammed Rafi 3:21
5 "Mujhe Duniya Walo" Mohammad Rafi 4:25
6 "Tere Husn Ki Kya Tarif Karun" Mohammed Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar 4:42
7 "Aaj Hai Pyar Ka Faisla" Lata Mangeshkar 3:30
8 "Aaj Kal Shauqe Deedar Hai" Mohammed Rafi, Asha Bhonsle 4:16



  1. 1 2 Mahaan, Deepak (24 June 2010). "Leader (1964)". The Hindu. Retrieved 2014-08-22.
  2. "Leader". allmusic.com.

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