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Aay haay dilrubaa

Posted on: July 31, 2010


I have a catgory of songs in this blog called “dance competition” songs. In this category, typically two dancers compete against each other. This has led to some superb dance competitions between dancers of formidable reputations.

And what can be more mouth watering than a dancing competition between Helen and Vyjyanti Mala ? I have already posted one such song (Muqabla hamse na karo(Prince)(1969)) where Shammi Kapoor had the envious task of being the arbitrator.

Here is another dance competition between the two ladies which in fact pre dates the “Prince” (1969) showdown by some seven years. This song “aay haay dilruba” is from “Dr Vidya”(1962). In this movie, Vyjyanti Mala and Helen “represent” “Bhaartiyaa Naari” and not so Bhartiya Naari respectively. Helen believes in treating husbands like a changeable garment, and Vyjyanti Mala like God. :D Their conversation before the song in fact revolves around this fact. And to resolve the matter, they turn to the tried and tested Bollywood method- viz singing a song, accompanied by dancing of course. :D And the audience are not complaining.

This showdown song is sung by Geeta Dutt (for Helen) and Asha Bhonsle( for Vyjyanti Mala).Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist and S D Burman is the music director.

Here is this very long and entertaining dance competion between two formidable adversaries.


song-Aay haay dilruba (Dr Vidya) (1962) Singers-Geeta Dutt, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-S D Burman

Lyrics

aay haay dilruba
arre tujhko kyaa pataa
zindagi mein har dil ko jeet kar
jeena hai zindagi
ho pappa jamaar lo
ho pappa
aay haay dilruba
tujhko kyaa pataa
zindagi mein har dil ko jeet kar
jeena hai zindagi
ho pappa jamaar lo
ho pappa
pappa jamaar lo
ho pappa

yoon geet gaaun
yoon muskuraaun
koi na jaane na jaane na jaane
meri tamanna
meri balaa se
sab hain deewaane 3
ye kaisa hai zamaana
meri hai ye mehfil
arre o jani
tujhe khabar kyaa
pappa jamaar lo
pappa
aay haay dilruba
tujhko kyaa pataa
zindagi mein har dil ko jeet kar
jeena hai zindagi
ho pappa jamaar lo
ho pappa
pappa jamaar lo
ho pappa

aay haay dilrubaa
toone sach kahaa
zindagi mein har dil ko jeetkar
jeena hai zindagi

aay haay dilrubaa
toone sach kahaa
zindagi mein har dil ko jeetkar
jeena hai zindagi
ho pappa jamaar lo
ho pappa
aay haay dilrubaa
toone sach kahaa
zindagi mein har dil ko jeetkar
jeena hai zindagi
ho pappa jamaar lo
ho pappa
pappa jamaar lo
ho pappa

duniya chaman hai
tu daali daali
khilti chali jaa chali ja chali jaa
teri nazar hai tere nazaare
milti chali jaa chali jaa chali jaa
ho
phir bhi dam hai
maza kahin ruk jaaye
milke kabhi kabhi naina jhuk jaaye
phir bhi dam hai
maza kahin ruk jaaye
milke kabhi kabhi naina jhuk jaaye
chalna zindagi hai
rukne mein kyaa hai
o re o jaani
tujhe khabar kyaa
pappa jamaar lo
ho pappa
aay haay dilrubaa
toone sach kahaa
zindagi mein har dil ko jeetkar
jeena hai zindagi
ho pappa jamaar lo
ho pappa
pappa jamaar lo
ho pappa

nadaani hai
ranzo gham se bhar dena dil ko
ek dil ko pinjre me qaid kar dena dil ko
baandhe dil ki dor kaam hai aazaadi ka
ulfat ki zanjeer naam hai aazaadi kaa
tu hai daamini
chal ke phail jaa manzil manzil
barbaadi tak kyaa mazaa phire
mehfil mehfil
apna din hai apni raat hai
apne apne dil ki baat hai
sab tera hai dil tera sakhi
dooja ka hai dil tera sakhi
dooja bhi hai kyaa sitam hai ji
apna hi gham kaun kam hai ji
auron mein tu nahin kho saki
apni bhi to nahin ho saki
wo bhi kyaa zindagi jo kisi aur ki ho
o ji o jaani
tujhe khabar kyaa
pappa jamaar lo
ho pappa
aay haay dilrubaa
toone sach kahaa
zindagi mein har dil ko jeetkar
jeena hai zindagi
ho pappa jamaar lo
ho pappa
pappa jamaar lo
ho pappa

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3 Responses to "Aay haay dilrubaa"

“Helen believes in treating husbands like a changeable garment…”

This made me guffaw in a most un-Bhaartiya Naari-like way (which of course is not surprising). You are hilarious, Atul. I need to see this film, btw…

I am not saying it. Helen says so in her conversation with Vyjyantimala that precedes this song.

‘Atulism Specials’ … new category of posts .. # just thinking #
enjoyed this post !

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