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Dil ki girah khol do

Posted on: March 27, 2009


“Raat Aur Din” (1967) was the last time Nargis acted in a Bollywood movie.

And this particular song could well be described the last song where Nargis was seen singing on screen.

This song is a duet sung by Lata and Manna Dey. This was written by Shailendra and composed by Shankar Jaikishan. This has to be one of the last songs written by Shailendra since he died in december 1966.

This song was picturised on Nargis and Feroz Khan. And this song “dil ki girah khol de” is one of the more memorable party songs of Bollywood. Annd indeed, this song is very much a timeless classic.


Song-Dil ki girak khol do (Raat aur din) (1967) Singers-Lata, Manna Dey, Lyrics-Shailendra, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics

dil ki girah khol do, chup na baitho, koyi geet gaao
dil ki girah khol do, chup na baitho, koyi geet gaao
aa aa aa aa, mahafil mein ab kaun hai ajnabi,
tum mere paas aao
dil ki girah khol do, chup na baitho, koyi geet gaao

milne do ab dil se dil ko, mitne do majbooriyon ko
sheeshe mein apne dubodo, sab faaslon dooriyon ko
aankhon mein main muskuraaun tumhaare, jo tum muskuraao
aa aa aa aa, mahfil mein ab kaun hai ajanabi
tum mere paas aao
dil ki girah khol do, chup na baitho, koyi geet gaao

ham tum na ham tum rahen ab, kuchh aur hi ho gaye ab
sapno ke jhilmil nagar mein, jaane kahaan kho gaye ab
ham raah poochhen kisise, na tum apni manzil bataao
aa aa aa aa, mahfil mein ab kaun hai ajnabi
tum mere paas aao
dil ki girah khol do, chup na baitho, koyi geet gaao

kal hamse poochhe na koyi, kyaa ho gayaa thaa tumhe kal
mudkar nahin dekhte ham, dil ne kahaa hai chalaa chal
jo door peechhe kahin rah gaye ab unhen mat bulaao
aa aa aa aa, mahfil mein ab kaun hai ajnabi
tum mere paas aao
dil ki girah khol do, chup na baitho, koyi geet gaao

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4 Responses to "Dil ki girah khol do"

This is the one of the great song sung by Manna De.

You should post more songs form this film like “Awara ae mere dil,” “Raat aur din,” “Jeena hum ko raas,” “Na chhedo kal ke,” and “Phool sa chehra”

There’s also an early Bhupinder song in this 1967 film.

ldil ki girah khol do..Lata_Manna Dey_Shailendra_S J..a tribute

The video in the body of the post is not the right one. The right one has been posted in a comment. Please make the necessary change. Thanks.

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