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O duniya ke rahne waalon bolo kahaan gayaa chitchor

Posted on: August 4, 2009


We are so used to Mukesh being the voice of Raj Kapoor that we do not pause to think how it would be if Raj Kapoor sang for himself.

I have discovered a song where Raj Kapoor actually sings for himself.
This song is from “Dil Ki Rani” (1947). Yashonandan Joshi is the lyricist and S D Burman composed the music,

I thought that it would be a so so effort from Raj Kapoor, but I was pleasantly surprised when I listened to Raj Kapoor’s voice. Raj Kapoor’s voice appears rich and well groomed for singing a song. And the lyrics written by Yashonandan Joshi is wonderful.

It is a superb song and I loved listening to this song. Here is this rare gem for the listening and watching pleasure of the readers of this blog.


Song-O duniya ke rahne waalon bolo kahaan gaya chitchor (Dil Ki Rani) (1947) Singer-Raj Kapoor “Madhav”, Lyrics- Yashonandan Joshi,, MD-S D Burman

Lyrics

o duniyaa ke rahne waalo bolo
kahaan gayaa chitchor
kahaan gayaa chitchor
o duniyaa ke rahne waalo bolo
kahaan gayaa chitchor
kahaan gayaa chitchor

jaaun kahaan aur dhoondhoon kahaan
jaaun kahaan aur dhoondhoon kahaan
khoyaa huaa man paaun kahaan
man paaun kahaan
chheen ke manwaa meraa pyaaraa
kahaan gayaa chitchor
chheen ke manwaa meraa pyaaraa
kahaan gayaa chitchor

o duniyaa ke rahne waalo bolo
kahaan gayaa chitchor
kahaan gayaa chitchor
o duniyaa ke rahne waalo bolo
kahaan gayaa chitchor
kahaan gayaa chitchor

nain thake hain bain thake hain
nain thake hain bain thake hain
thak gayaa man kaa chain
thak gayaa man kaa chain
thaki nahin milne ki aashaa
tadpat hoon din-rain
thaki nahin milne ki aashaa
tadpat hoon din-rain
praan-papeehaa yahi pukaare
praan-papeehaa yahi pukaare
kahaan gayaa chitchor
kahaan gayaa chitchor
kahaan gayaa chitchor

o duniyaa ke rahne waalo bolo
kahaan gayaa chitchor
kahaan gayaa chitchor
o duniyaa ke rahne waalo bolo
kahaan gayaa chitchor
kahaan gayaa chitchor

koyi jaao re
koyi jaao re
zaraa mujhpe taras koyi khaao re
koyi jaao re
koyi jaao re
zaraa mujhpe taras koyi khaao re
ji bhar ke chitchor nihaaroon
use pakad le aao re
ji bhar ke chitchor nihaaroon
use pakad le aao re
dil ki pyaas bujhaane waalaa
dil ki pyaas bujhaane waalaa
kahaan gayaa chitchor
kahaan gayaa chitchor
kahaan gayaa chitchor

o duniyaa ke rahne waalo bolo
kahaan gayaa chitchor
kahaan gayaa chitchor
o duniyaa ke rahne waalo bolo
kahaan gayaa chitchor
kahaan gayaa chitchor

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6 Responses to "O duniya ke rahne waalon bolo kahaan gayaa chitchor"

It’s basically one of the only GOOD things about the film, the other being the very very very young Madhubala :) I agree that it’s a good song and he sings it very well!

Very impressed by Raj Kapoor here.
He should have sung more.
(Greta would probably add – “and acted less”. :-) ).

Raj Kapoor was very familair with all aspects of music. He played
instruments as well as sing. He had good ear for tunes and was
always involved with music of his movies, hence popularity of
his music. Actualy Manna dey’s voice was closer to Raj Kapoor’s
yet against all advice he choose Mukesh as his playback and
result speaks for it self.

Ramesh

Rafi and Talat Mehmood ( and much later) Kishore Kumar too sang for Raj Kapoor.

There is another version of this song sung by Geeta Roy (Dutt) and two mail voices. Video link is here :

I have VCD of this movie but unfortunately, singers’ names are not mentioned in the titles. I would request the knowledgeable viewers to identify the male singers in this song.

By the way, it is interesting to note that S D Burman’s names appeared differently in different Hindi movies. For example :

DO BHAI (1947) : Kumar Sachin Dev Varman
DIL KI RANI (1947) : Kumar Sachindra Deo Varman
BUZDIL (1951) : Sachin Deb Varma
JAAL (1952) : Sachin Dev Varma
JEEVAN JYOTI (1953) : S D Varman

Very interesting observations.Glad to listen to this Rare song.Thanks for upload.

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