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Chand si mahbooba ho meri kab aisa maine socha tha

Posted on: January 28, 2009


This Mukesh song is from a 1965 movie called ‘Himalay ki God mein” . This song is written by Anand Bakshi and the music was composed by Kalyanji Anandji.

Thiis song was picturised on picturesque mountainous locations of Himalayas, on Manoj Kumar and Mala Sinha.

It is a romantic song sung with his characteristic X factor by Mukesh. No wonder, this song is yet another Mukesh classic.

I heard this song for the first time in a “Vishesh jaimala” radio programme in 1975 which was presented by cricketer Sunil Gavaskar. The only song that I remember being played on that programme was this song “Chand si mahbooba ho meri kab aisa maine socha tha.”

As it turns out, Raja, the big farmaish sender of this blog and my contemporary, had also listened to that programme, and he too remembered having listened to ths song in that programme.

So, here is this song for the readers of this blog. And as mentioned, this song is for old times sake too, when I and Raja, both school kids, located in different places, listened to the same song in the same programme, some 34 years ago.


Song-Chand si mahbooba ho meri kab aisa maine socha tha (Himalay ki god mein) (1965) Singer-Mukesh, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD- Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

Chand si mahbooba ho meri
kab aisa maine socha tha
haan tum bilkul waisi ho
jaisa maine socha tha
Chand si mahbooba ho meri
kab aisa maine socha tha
haan tum bilkul waisi ho
jaisa maine socha tha

na kasme hain na rasme hain
na shikwe hain na waade hain
na kasme hain na rasme hain
na shikwe hain na waade hain
ek soorat bholi bhali hai
do naina seedhe saade hain
do naina seedhe saade hain
aisa hi roop khayaalon me tha
jaisa maine socha tha
haan tum bilkul waisi ho
jaisa maine socha tha

meri khushiyan hi naa baante
mere gham bhi sahna chahe
meri khushiyan hi naa baante
mere gham bhi sahna chahe
dekhe na khwaab wo mahlo ke
mere dil me rahna chaahe
mere dil me rahna chaahe
iss duniya me kaun tha aisa jaisa maine socha tha
haan tum bilkul waisi ho jaisa maine socha tha
Chand si mahbooba ho meri
kab aisa maine socha tha
haan tum bilkul waisi ho
jaisa maine socha tha
haan tum bilkul waisi ho
jaisa maine socha tha

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3 Responses to "Chand si mahbooba ho meri kab aisa maine socha tha"

Indeed !
What a co-incidence !
That both of us, in two different parts of the country, listened to that particular Vishesh Jaimala of Sunil Gavaskar. And both of us remember this particular song form that airing. Something special.

Come to think of it, if you are able to get hold of that Gavaskar Vishesh Jaimala (like you managed some of the others) that would be great !

This song is another beauty from Mukesh – he sang so many good songs for Kalyanji-Anandji (just like he did for SJ).

In fact, I think Mukesh probably has the max hit songs % of any singer. Rafi has sung many fantastic songs – but a few forgettable ones too. Same for Kishore. Not the singer’s fault – just the song is often no great shakes.

But Mukesh songs, even the not-famous ones, just linger on in your mind after you listen to them. And you feel like listening to them again.

[...] programme in 1975. I listened to this programme. I remember the fact that Gavaskar played the song Chand si mahbooba ho meri kab aisa maine socha tha(Himalay ki god mein)(1965). Some 30 years later in 2005, when I mentioned this fact in a forum where both Raja and I are [...]

beautiful song :)..cud any1 translate it ;)

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