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Aa gupchup gupchup pyaar karen

Posted on: February 16, 2009


This evergreen song from “Sazaa” has been sung by Hemant Kumar, Sandhya Mukherjee and chorus. I have little idea what the singers of the chorus sing, and so I have not written down the lyrics of the chorus. They either sing gibberish, or sing in a language that I am not familiar with. If any reader can tell what the lyrics are, I will add that.

The song is picturised on Dev Anand and Nimmi. S D Burman is the music director. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist.

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Song-Aa gupchup gupchup pyaar karen(Sazaa) (1951) Singer-Hemant Kumar, Sandhya Mukherjee, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-S D Burman

Lyrics

hmm hmm
Aa gupchup gupchup pyaar karen
chhup chuup aankhen chaar karen
Aa gupchup gupchup pyaar karen
chhup chhup aankhen chaar karen
hmm hmm

ho chand musafir raat ko
ho chand musafir raat ko
kyun sune hamaari baaten
toone to dekhi hongi aisi kitni hi raaten
chhup jaa re ja chuup jaa
teri minnat sau sau baar karen
Aa gupchup gupchup pyaar karen
chhup chhup aankhen chaar karen
Aa gupchup gupchup pyaar karen
chhup chhup aankhen chaar karen
hmm hmm

ho chhupna hai to jaldi chhup jaa
jaa jaa jaa jaa jaa
ho chhupna hai to jaldi chhup jaa
raat hai thodi baaki
pyaase rah na jaayen dono
main aur mera saathi
chhup ja re jaa chhup jaa
kyun kab tak ham takraar karen
teri minnat sau sau baar karen
Aa gupchup gupchup pyaar karen
chhup chuup aankhen chaar karen
Aa gupchup gupchup pyaar karen
hmm hmm

5 Responses to "Aa gupchup gupchup pyaar karen"

This is one of my all time favourite songs. In the years 1960 & 70’s I was a fan of Hemanth Kumar & I am very much delighted for the voice of Sandhya Mukherji & the chorus in this particular song.

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The starting lyrics of the song sung by chorus:

tongwali go tongwali
hathe mukhe chunkali
naake mukhe chunkali

The meaning of these lines are:
O Goddess Kali
whose face is smeared with lime and soot.

These lines are from a folk song of Tripura and have no relevance to the song under discussion. S D Burman added these lines just to have something for chorus to sing with the intention of erasing the same in the record version. Later it was realised that the these words remained in the record version..
[Source: S D Burman – The World of His Music – Khagesh Dev Burman (2013)].

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Kamath Sir, Million thanks for sharing this rare information. I was trying to decipher these words since long. Such (gibberish) words add more flavour to the rhythm of a song.

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