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Lo ji sunlo tumse kahte hain

Posted on: June 30, 2009


Here is a very old song from a movie called “Sunahre Din” (1949). In this song, one can see how a gramophone player looked like those days.

The lady ( Rehana) places a record on the turn table and plays a record. Voice of Mukesh emanates from the record player and the lady joins in singing along. She sings in the voice of Surinder Kaur.

D N Madhok is the lyricist and Gyan Dutt is the music director.


Song-Lo ji sunlo tumse kahte hain (Sunahre Din) (1949) Singers-Mukesh, Surinder Kaur, Lyrics-D N Madhok, MD-Gyan Dutt

Lyrics

Lo ji sunlo tumse kahte hain
ab tum bin chain nahin aaye
Lo ji sunlo tumse kahte hain
ab tum bin chain nahin aaye
ye baat kabhi tum bhi kah do
apni bhi tasalli ho jaaye
lo ji sun lo

phir meethe meethe dard ne
dheere dheere dil ko chhed diya
phir meethe meethe dard ne
dheere dheere dil ko chhed diya
jaise koi khadaa hokar
beeti baaton ko dohraaye
Lo ji sunlo tumse kahte hain
ab tum bin chain nahin aaye
ye baat kabhi tum bhi kah do
apni bhi tasalli ho jaaye
lo ji sun lo

us dard pe qurbaan hota hoon
us dard pe qurbaan hota hoon
jo naam tera lekar uthe
aansoo wo mazaa de jaata hai
jo yaad me teri aa jaaye
jo yaad me teri aa jaaye
Lo ji sunlo tumse kahte hain
ab tum bin chain nahin aaye
lo ji sun lo

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3 Responses to "Lo ji sunlo tumse kahte hain"

I think the actress is Rehana…I’ve seen her in something else too.

Rehana’s name is there in the cast, so it has to be Rehana.

It is of course Rehana, out heart throb of those by gone days. I just recently managed to get a dvd of the film.
Funny to see one duet being played on a gramophone,Loji suno tumse kahte hai ab tum bin chain nahi aye, Rehana joining Raj Kapoor and second song ” Maine dekhi jag ki reet meet tum juthe padgaye” where Raj kapoor is singing the song on the radio and Rehana joins him while listening in her house with a friend.
Both songs were very famous and popular. Would people accept this to day??
And talking of the His Masters Voice gramophone, was powered by a rotating key,needles were large packed in a small metal box, records made of glass playing on 78 rpm. its a collectors item presently, managed to buy one in India. Now looking for those 78 rpm records, if anyone has them??

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