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Ruk jaana o jaana humse do baaten karke chali jaana

Posted on: September 18, 2008


I have posted over a hundred songs of different natures in this blog so far. Songs of 1970s that I am posting were those that influenced me a lot, as I was in my formative years during those days. The influence of R D Burman as music director was something that needed to be experienced. Most of his songs just left people spell bound.

As a kid in my impressionable age, I absolutely loved R D Burman’s music. Many of his best songs were sung by Kishore Kumar, whose dominance as a male playback singer had become even more total and long lasting than the dominance of R D Burman as a music director.

Here is a song that I absolutely loved. The tune of the song, and the way Kishore Kumar has sung it has made this song an immortal song for me.

When I rediscovered this song again recently, I was amazed to find that this song had not lost its ability to leave me spellbound, despite the passage of more than three decades.

As for the picturisation, Dev Anand in his fake wig and mustache playing a character half his age looks funny ( inadvertantly of course), and I was willing Zeenat Aman to pull out his handlebar mustache. Alas, she never did that.

Wow, what a song ! Kishore Kumar’s voice and R D Burman’s music stand out in this song.

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Song- Ruk jaana o jaana humse do baaten karke chali jaana (Warrant) (1975) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics- Anand Bakshi, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

ruk ruk
ruk ruk
ruk ruk
ruk ruk
jaana
zaraa ruk jaanaa
ruk jaanaa o jaanaan hamse do baatein karke chali jaana
ke mausam hai deewaana
are ruk jaanaa o jaanaan hamse do baatein karke chali jaana
ke mausam hai deewaana

he is dil ka salaam de doon
aa tujhko paighaam de doon
achchhaa saa ek naam de doon
Rukhsaanaa
Rukhsaanaa
Rukhsaanaa
Rukhsaanaa
ruk jaa
ruk jaanaa o jaanaan hamse do baatein karke chali jaanaa
ke mausam hai deewaanaa

zuu zuu
aisaa kyaa janaab gussaa
pyaar ka jawaab gussaa
hota hai Kharaab gussaa
naa naa naa
naa naa naa
naa naa naa
naa naa naa

ruk jaa
ruk jaanaa o jaanaan hamse do baatein karke chali jaana
ke mausam hai deewaana

laakhon mein tu ek ladki
lagti hai tu nek ladki
hans ke zaraa dekh ladki
sharma naa
sharma naa
sharma naa
sharma naa

ruk jaa
ruk jaanaa o jaanaan hamse do baatein karke chali jaana
ke mausam hai deewaana
ke mausam hai deewaana

10 Responses to "Ruk jaana o jaana humse do baaten karke chali jaana"

Total timepass song.
For a long time I did not know which movie this song was from but I had heard the song a lot when I was in school.

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From the very first time that I heard this song, I knew that it was from the movie “Warrant”.

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For your kind information that it’s dev anand who makes this song more popular. the song was composed ‘n sung for typical dev anand. and he doesn’t use wig. mustache was the artificial ‘n was the need of the cheractor.any way. it’s a team work ‘n songs sung by kishore mostly for dev anand was typically designed for him. ‘n kishore perfactly matched his voice with dev anand. we should appriciate the way dev anand is. no one is there to bit him till date.

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Jay, thanks for your comments.

Well, do not take my lighthearted comments to mean any disrespect for Dev Saab.

I am his fan as well, and I have watched his movies whose very names may not be familiar to many of his fans. For instance, I have watched his by now forgotten movie called “Solva Saal”, and I have VCDs of just about any Dev Anand movie you can imagine.

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As a kid in my impressionable age, I absolutely loved R D Burman’s music. Many of his best songs were sung by Kishore Kumar, whose dominance as a male playback singer had become even more total and long lasting than the dominance of R D Burman as a music director.

Your above comments holds true for me too. We had a radio set in our house, only entertainment in those days at home. I used to tune into Radio Ceylon around 7 pm when then evening broadcast would start with “nayeen filmonse” and this song would be in the list every alternate day. Although radio reception was not so good still we used to enjoy the songs much more which we can not do now with even video also available.

Thanks for uploading the song.

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Nice to read your experiences about R D Burman. Indeed R D Burman was the music director those days and kids of impressionable age like you and me would only listen to R D Burman’s music. And ditto for Kishore Kumar.

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agree wit ‘rajaswaminathan’ whn he calls it a TP song :P..music is cute 😉

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