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Hamsafar mere hamsafar

Posted on: January 12, 2009


Mukesh, known for singing memorable sad songs, has also sung some memorable happy/romantic songs. In fact, Mukesh’s voice sounded like that of a man who wore his feelings on his sleeve, whatever the nature of the song. Perhaps the listeners regarded him as common man’s voice.

This song from “Purnima” is a duet sung by Mukesh and Lata. It is a romantic song which was written by Gulzar and composed by Kalyanji Anandji. Gulzar, as we have come to realise by now, could come up with very nice lyrics whaetever be the situation. And in this romantic situation, he comes up with this beautiful song.

The song is picturised on Dharmendra and Meena Kumari, and the picturisation is good. A happier looking Meena Kumari is any day preferrable to a sad one, and I am happy to see a happier looking Meena Kumari in this song.

Video

Audio

Song-Hamsafar mere hamsafar (Purnima ) (1965) Singers-Mukesh, Lata, Lyrics-Gulzar, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

hamsafar mere hamsafar, pankh tum parwaaz ham
zindagi kaa saaz ho tum, saaz ki aawaaz ham
hamsafar mere hamsafar, pankh tum parwaaz ham
zindagi kaa geet ho tum, geet kaa andaaz ham
hamsafar mere hamsafar

aankh ne sharmaa ke kah di
dil ke sharmaane ki baat
ek deewane ne sun li dooje deewane ki baat
pyaar ki tum intahaa ho
pyaar ka aaghaaz ham
pyaar ka aaghaaz ham
hamsafar mere hamsafar, pankh tum parwaaz ham
zindagi kaa geet ho tum, geet kaa andaaz ham
hamsafar mere hamsafar

zikr ho ab aasmaan kaa
yaa zameen ki baat ho
khatm hoti hai tumhin par
ab kahin ki baat ho
ho haseen tum, mahjabeen tum
naazneen tum naaz ham
naazneen tum naaz ham
hamsafar mere hamsafar, pankh tum parwaaz ham
zindagi kaa saaz ho tum, saaz ki aawaaz ham
hamsafar mere hamsafar, pankh tum parwaaz ham
zindagi kaa geet ho tum, geet kaa andaaz ham
hamsafar mere hamsafar

4 Responses to "Hamsafar mere hamsafar"

Lovely song.
I love those Mukesh romantic duets of yesteryear.
Songs like this one or “bikhra ke zulfen” from Nazrana.
Or even “O shama mujhe phook de” from Aashiq.
In fact, Aashiq has nice songs, including the title song itself.
Would be nice to post them sometime.

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love this song

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What could I say about this song, it is such a lovely song that we can keep listening on …

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