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Sun sun sun didi tere liye ik rishta aaya hai

Posted on: September 8, 2013


Those who are familiar with ISO quality management will know that the words like “continuous improvement” or similar are invariably part of every quality management policy. This term “continuous improvement” in fact is the policy that all people / organisations need to follow if they want to be successful for a long long period.

How does one remain active and successful for over six decades in a field like playback singing ? When one looks at Asha Bhonsle, one realises that she continues to improve and evolve and reinvent herself as tastes and standards changed with time. In her first few years, when she was struggling to find her feet, Asha Bhonsle would often sound like Lata, Geeta Dutt, Shamshad Begam and other successful female playback singers. Those were the days when she would get assignments that other established playback singers would not take up.

With “Naya Daur”(1957), a new Asha Bhonsle was born. She finally got a distinct identity for herself and she began to sing songs that began to become classics. It is not that she had not sung classic before. She has already sung the iconic “Chanda mama door ke” by that time. And she sand memorable songs will all composers and not just O P Nayyar.

In late 1960s, she reinvented again in time for the new kind of music that was set to take Hindi movie world by storm. She had tied up with R D Burman just in time at “Teesri Manzil” (1966) and thus began another innings in her long career. In late 1970s, when even R D Burman brand of music began to lose out to Bappi Lahiri brand of music then she was prepared for that challenge too. And amazingly, while she was at ease singing “Disco” songs of those days, she reinvented herself in an entirely new kind of playback singing, viz Ghazals during the same time’ “Umrao Jaan” (1980) enhanced her stature even further that was it already was.

Then she reinvented herself again in 1990s when A R Rehman brand of music gained root. Who can forget the youthful “Rangeela” songs that she sang for an actress who was one third her age at that time.

Today (8 september 2013), when Asha Bhonsle celebrates her 80th birthday, here is a nice and wonderful song from “Khoobsoorat” (1980). This song is lip synced by Rekha (who had also undergone an image and career makeover two years ago with “Ghar”). Gulzar is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Peevesie’s mom.


Song-Sun sun sun didi tere liye ik rishta aaya hai (Khoobsoorat)(1980) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Gulzar, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics (Provided by Peevesie’s mom)

ae
sun sun sun didi tere liye
ik rishta aaya hai
sun sun sun didi tere liye
ik rishta aaya hai
arre sun sun sun didi tere liye
ik rishta aaya hai
arre sun sun sun didi tere liye
ik rishta aaya hai
sun sun sun ladke main kya gun
sun sun didi sun hey
sun sun sun didi tere liya
la la la la la la s ooii
la la la la la
arre arae arre lagta hai na didi

achche ghar ka ladka hai
par hak haklaata hai
pa pa pyaari anju zara
pa pa paas to aa
hmmm
achche ghar ka ladka hai
par hak haklaata hai
moonh par daag chechak ke
aur paan chabaata hai
paan chabaata hai jab
thhodi pee gar aata hai hhhh
paan chabaata hai jab
thhodi pee kar aata hai
peeta hai jab juye main
wo haar ke aata hai
taash bhi roz kahaan
bas kabhi kabhi hi hoti hai
acha daaka pade kabhi to
rummi hoti hain
roz kahaan aisa hota hai
daake padte hain haan
aadhe din to bechare ke
jail main kat’te hain
sun sun sun ladke main kay gun
sun sun didi sun
sun sun sun didi tere liye
ik rishta aaya hai
sun sun sun didi tere liye
ik rishta
ai ai ai ai bas

uska bas chale to
jail bhi todke aayega
seeti ek bajaadoge
to daud ke aayega
saas zara kam sunti hai
par bolti uncha hain
sasura thheek hi sunta hai
par munh se gunga hai
sun sun sun ladke main kay gun
sun sun didi sun
ehh
sun sun sun didi tere liye
ik rishta aaya hai
sun sun sun didi tere liye
ik rishta aaya hai

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2 Responses to "Sun sun sun didi tere liye ik rishta aaya hai"

Atulji,

“kaizen” is a Japanese business and management practice of “continuous improvement” in performance and productivity.

Ashaji’s career fits to a perfect “T” for this concept.

One eternal song of Ashaji which will always be my favourite is from Amar 1954. “ek baat kahoon mere piya sunle agar tu ……..”

Thanks for the post and the song.

Actress playing didi is Araadhana

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