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Mehndi laga ke rakhna doli saja ke rakhna

Posted on: November 29, 2008


The success of “Hum Aapke Hain Koun” or HAHK in short, led many producers to come up with “me too” movies. One such movie was “Dilwaale Dulhaniya Le Jaayenge”.

The title of this song is taken from that iconic song from “Chor Machaaye Shor” that went “le jaayenge le jaayenge dilwaale dulhaniya le jaayenge”. The movie “dilwaale Dulhaniya le Jaayenge” or DDLJ for short, too came up with a song just as iconic as “le jayenge” song ( already posted in this blog).

Frankly, I did not enjoy this song the way many others have. The reason being, I thought that the storyline of the movie was far too unconvincing. Once the brother and father of the girl forbid SRK from being seen anywhere near Kajol, he still continues to defy their diktats and lives to tell the tale ( and to get the girl). This is not how it happens in reality. In reality, SRK would be hacked into pieces if he continued to mess up with a girl against the wishes of her male relatives.

Well I forgot that most spectators do not bother too much about logic in Bollywood movies unlike me. Had everyone been a logical thinker like me then producers of this movie, as well as earlier producers such as Manmohan Desai, Manoj Kumar etc. would have been big failures in Bollywood. But they all succeeded big time, which shows that Bollywood movie makers know the pulse of their target audience well. HAHK story line was logical and it was liked by all, including me. DDLJ was liked by all, excluding me. It shows that I was the only one who looked for logic in Bollywood movies. ;)

If this song is looked in isolation rather than as a part of the storyline, then indeed this is a wonderful song. May be I should learn to realise that songs in Bollywood movies should be treated as different and independent entities from the storyline to enjoy them fully.

The music is by Jatin Lalit, and the music is racy and ear catching, almost Laxmikant Pyarelal like. The lyricist Anand Bakshi ( was he still around) has written the wonderful song. It has been sung by Lata and Udit Narayan. Lata’s voice begins to show her age, though she gamely hangs on. Udit Narayan, as one of the better singers of the new generation, comes up with a competent performance.

Here is this song for full enjoyment of all.;)


Song: Mehndi laga ke rakhna ( Dilwaale dulhaniya le jaayenge) ( 1995) Singers-Lata, Udit Narayan, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Jatin Lalit

Lyrics

Ye Kudiyaan Nashe Di Pudiyaan
Ye Munde Gali De Gunde
Ye Kudiyaan Nashe Di Pudiyaan
Ye Munde Gali De Gunde
Nashe Di Pudiyaan
Gali De Gunde

O O Mehndi Laga ke Rakhna
Doli Saja Ke Rakhna
Mehndi Laga ke Rakhna
Doli Saja Ke Rakhna
Lene Tujhe O Gori
Aayenge Tere Sajna
Mehndi Laga Rakhna
Doli Saja Ke Rakhna
O ho
O ho

Sehra Sajake Rakhna
Chehra Chhupake Rakhna
Sehra Sajake Rakhna
Chehra Chhupake Rakhna
Ye Dil Ki Baat Apne
Dil Mein Dabake Rakhna
Sehra Sajake Rakhna
Chehra Chhupake Rakhna
Mehndi Laga Rakhna
Doli Saja Ke Rakhna

Ud Udke Teri Zulfein Karti Hain Kya Ishaare
Dil Thaamke Khade Hain Aashik Sabhi Kanware
Chhup Jaayein Saari Kudiyaan Ghar Mein Sharamke Maare
Gaanv Mein Aa Gaye Hain Paagal Shehar Ke Saare
Nazrein Jhukake Rakhna
Daaman Bachake Rakhna
Nazrein Jhukake Rakhna
Daaman Bachake Rakhna
Lene Tujhe O Gori
Aayenge Tere Sajna
Mehndi Laga ke Rakhna
Doli Saja Ke Rakhna
Sehra Sajake Rakhna
Chehra Chhupake Rakhna

Main Ek Jawaan Ladka Tu Ik Haseen Ladki
Ye Dil Machal Gaya To Mera Kusoor Kya Hai
Rakhna Tha Dil Pe Kaabu Ye Husn To Hai Jaadu
Jaadu Hi Chal Gaya To Mera Kusoor Kya Hai
Rasta Hamara Takna
Darwaaza Khulla Rakhna
Rasta Hamara Takna
Darwaaza Khulla Rakhna
Lene Tujhe O Gori
Aayenge Tere Sajna

Kuchh Aur Ab Na Kehna
Kuchh Aur Ab Na Karna
Kuchh Aur Ab Na Kehna
Kuchh Aur Ab Na Karna
Ye Dil Ki Baat Apne
Dil Mein Dabake Rakhna

Mehndi Laga ke Rakhna
Doli Saja Ke Rakhna
Sehra Sajake Rakhna
Chehra Chhupake Rakhna
Shava Shava
Shava Shava
Shava Shava
Shava Shava
Shava Shava
Shava Shava
Shava

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1 Response to "Mehndi laga ke rakhna doli saja ke rakhna"

I agree with you. I think it is high time Lata stopped singing. It has been cracking up from early 90s. These movies of SRK are always time pass, and no logic whatsoever :).

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