Watch: Dev Anand's most popular songs
Dev Anand has left behind a legacy of memorable films and songs for us to remember him by.
After the first part of this special series, we bring here another set of the late actor's popular songs that were a reflection of his flambouyant personality and the realistic characters he played in most of his films.
Take a look.
Aasman Ke Neeche, Jewel Thief (1967)
Dev Anand is his usual charming self while Vyjayantimala looks regal in the song. Composer S D Burman fuses magic in this song with a unique blend of classical and lilting tunes.
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Image: Aasman Ke Neeche, Jewel Thief
Jiya O Jiya Kuch Bol Do, Jab Pyaar Kisi Se Hota Hai (1961)
Composed by Shankar-Jaikishan, Mohammed Rafi's silky voice compliments the mood of the song.
The song also had a female version which was sung by Lata Mangeshkar.
Image: Jiya O Kuch Bol Do, Jab Pyaar Kisi Se Hota Hai
Teri Zulfon Se Judai, Jab Pyaar Kisi Se Hota Hai (1961)
Dev Anand sings of his sadness over a misunderstanding that's separated him from his beloved.
Image: Teri Zulfon Se Judai, Jab Pyaar Kisi Se Hota Hai
Ruk Jaana O Jaana, Warrant (1975)
The song is picturised on Anand and his love -- Zeenat Aman.
Disguised with a fake moustache and a cap, Anand arrives in a bulldozer to stop his angry girlfriend who's trying to get away from him.
Image: Ruk Jaana O Jaana, Warrant
Panna Ki Tamanna Hai, Heera Panna (1973)
Heera Panna was one of the many films that Dev Anand wrote, produced and directed for his home production Navketan films.
In the song sequence, Zeenat Aman is trying to implicate Dev Anand in a robbery case while actually both of them are trying to outwit each other. The lyrics of the song give away the actual situation in the song.
The film's music was composed by R D Burman while the song was sung by Lata Mangeshkar and Kishore Kumar.
Image: Panna Ki Tamanna Hai, Heera Panna (1973)
Yeh Raat Yeh Chandni Phir Kahan, Jaal (1952)
Anand and Guru Dutt were good friends and this was their second film together.
The song, sung by Hemant Kumar, beautifully captures the longing of a man for his lover while he tries to catch her attention.
Sahir Ludhianvi lends his magical words to the song composed by S D Burman.
Image: Yeh Raat Yeh Chandni Phir Kahan, Jaal
Ae Maine Kasam Lee, Tere Mere Sapne (1971)
Leading lady Mumtaz and Dev Anand vow to never part as they happily cycle through scenic fields. The film was written and directed by Vijay Anand. Hema Malini did a cameo in the film just because of her rapport with Dev Anand.
Image: Ae Maine Kasam Lee, Tere Mere Sapne
Din Dhal Jaaye, Guide (1965)
Image: Din Dhal Jaaye, Guide
Apni To Har Aah Ik Toofan Hai, Kala Bazar (1960)
Dev Anand's brothers Vijay Anand and Chetan Anand had special appearances in the film. Nanda played Dev Anand's sister.
Image: Apni To Har Aah Ik Toofan Hai, Kala Bazar
Mera Man Tera Pyaasa, Gambler (1971)
This film had Mohammed Rafi and Kishore both singing for Dev Anand, both of their voices complimented Anand.
Chudi Nahi Hai Mera Dil Hai, from the same film and sung by Kishore Kumar, accentuates Dev Anand's playful demeanour.
Image: Mera Man Tera Pyaasa, Gambler