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Teri duniya mein dil

Posted on: April 2, 2009


“Baawre Nain” (1950) was the movie that established Roshan as a music director of note. This Raj Kapoor movie had many immortal songs sung by several singers who went on to become legends.

Here is a song sung by Mukesh. This song “teri duniya mein dil lagta nahin” is sung with the same poignancy and pathos that became Mukesh’s hallmark as a playback singer.

This song, which was written by Kidar Sharma was picturised on Raj Kapoor, of course.

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Song-Teri duniya mein dil lagta nahin (Baawre Nain) (1950) Singer-Mukesh, Lyrics-Kidar Sharma, MD-Roshan

Lyrics

Teri duniya mein dil lagta nahin
waapas bula le
main sajde me gira hoon
mujhko ai maalik uthaa le
Teri duniya mein dil lagta nahin

bahaar aayi thi qismat ne
magar ye gul khilaaya
bahaar aayi thi qismat ne
magar ye gul khilaaya
jalaayaa aashiyaan sayyad ne
noch daale
mujhko ae maalik uthaa le
Teri duniya mein dil lagta nahin

bhanwar ka sar na chakraaye
na dil lahron ka doobe
bhanwar ka sar na chakraaye
na dil lahron ka doobe
ye kashti aap kar di maine toofaan ke hawaale
mujhko ae maalik utha le
Teri duniya mein dil lagta nahin
waapas bula le
main sajde me gira hoon
mujhko ai maalik uthaa le
Teri duniya mein dil lagta nahin

6 Responses to "Teri duniya mein dil"

Thanks for posting this farmaish of mine, Atul.
I like this song very much – like you say, it is very poignant.
Around this time, Mukesh used to still copy his idol, K L Saigal.
You can see that in this song.
But Anil Biswas (or was it Naushad, I am not sure) told him to stop copying Saigal and to sing in his own voice because he needed to have his own individuality.
So Mukesh gradually began coming out of the Saigal shadow and emerging as a capable singer in his own right.

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its Naushad who told him to copy Saigal

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Actually by this time Mukesh had stopped copying Saigal – it was only in the very beginning that Mukesh did this.

After Andaz (1947), which first showcased Mukesh’s original voice – he never really looked back.

Any similarities you see are because their voices were actually not too far from each other.

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would appreciate english translation. i understand most of the words, but lack the understanding of the deeper meaning. thanks.

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After a disastrous start of his filmy carrier as MD in his first film NEKHI AUR BADI which failed miserably at box office, Roshan met Kidar Sharma and told him that there was nothing left for him in this world and he would commit suicide. Kidar Sharma, after sarcastically suggesting him places for committing suicide, consoled him by promising him to make him MD for his next venture which was BAAWRE NAIN. Kidar Sharma wrote this song keeping in view the state of mind of Roshan. The film was a box office success with all its songs becoming popular.

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wat a moving song!!..sung wonderfully by mukeshji 🙂

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