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Ik dil ke tukde hazaar huye

Posted on: October 7, 2009


In 1948, most present day legendary Bollywood figures were only just starting their careers and they had yet to acquire their cult status.

In case of Rafi, stardom was still one year away. In 1948, Rafi sang 45 songs, and a few of them became popular. One of the most popular of these Rafi songs was from “Pyaar ki jeet” (1948). This song was “ik dil ke tukde hazaar huye”. It was written by Qamar Jalalabadi and music was by Husnlal Bhagatram.

As one can see, Rafi already had all the attributes of a great singer in place as far as 1948 itself. Soon, he would take his place as the number one male playback singer and would rule at the top for next two decades.


song-Ik dil ke tukde hazaar huye (Pyaar ki jeet) (1948) Singer-Rafi , Lyrics-Qamar Jalalabadi, MD-Husnlal Bhagatram

Lyrics

ik dil ke tukde hazaar huye
ik dil ke tukde hazaar huye
koyi yahaan giraa koyi wahaan giraa
koyi yahaan giraa koyi wahaan giraa
bahte huye aansoo ruk na sake
bahte huye aansoo ruk na sake
koyi yahaan giraa koyi wahaan giraa
koyi yahaan giraa koyi wahaan giraa

jeewan ke safar mein ham jinko samjhe the hamaare saathi hain
jeewan ke safar mein ham jinko samjhe the hamaare saathi hain
do qadam chale phir bichhad gaye
do qadam chale phir bichhad gaye
koyi yahaan giraa koyi wahaan giraa
koyi yahaan giraa koyi wahaan giraa
ik dil ke tukde hazaar huye
ik dil ke tukde hazaar huye
koyi yahaan giraa koyi wahaan giraa
koyi yahaan giraa koyi wahaan giraa

aashaaon ke tinke chun-chun kar
sapnon kaa mahal banaayaa thaa
aashaaon ke tinke chun-chun kar
sapnon kaa mahal banaayaa thaa
toofaan se tinke bikhar gaye
toofaan se tinke bikhar gaye
koyi yahaan giraa koyi wahaan giraa
koyi yahaan giraa koyi wahaan giraa
ik dil ke tukde hazaar huye
ik dil ke tukde hazaar huye
koyi yahaan giraa koyi wahaan giraa
koyi yahaan giraa koyi wahaan giraa

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9 Responses to "Ik dil ke tukde hazaar huye"

I guess I hit the jackpot today! All my favorite songs (and farmaishes!) are here! Thanks, thanks, thanks! It was indeed a treat to listen to all of them.

This is a fantastic song. I have heard it many times and never tire of hearing it. One of Rafi saab’s early songs – his quality just seeps through. Thanks, Atul, for posting this one.

I was not aware that this song was so early in his career. It shows that Rafi was already a finished product as a singer even in his earlier days.

This song is another Rafi favourite. I never realised it was from so early in his career.
Now I think these geniuses like Rafi never had a “development” period: they were great from the word “go!”

This was indeed from Pyaar ki Jeet .The lead roles were Suriya and Rehman. The song was filmed on Rehman, who was returning to marry Suriya, but his culprit sister Chand Mubarak fidles with the pin of the wheel of the cart and he does not reach in time, Suriya eventually getting married to another person.
Rafi really was a mature singer by then. Also the duo music directors Husanlal Bhagatram were acclaimed musicians of the era.
Qamar Jalalabadi too was great writer.

This was in 1948. This was not a hit song ? This song as well as the other 2 songs(Psted here) have been heard a lot on radio, at least on Vividh Bharati and AIR. ” Dulari ” ‘s year is 1949. so definitley Rafi arrived as a legendary singer before “Suhaani raat dhal chuki “. Though i am familiar with the songs, names of the team had not registered. Now i will not forget this.

Also the video should be available. I remmember seeing this song on TV. Perhaps Bombay Doordarshan Archives , if they keep, old telecast records. should have it.

Also i like this red/brown/rust colour leather stitch, template. Also it has a wider space for Video screen.

Regards.

Just happened to read the above posts and would like to offer a couple of comments. The current link to the song (एक दिलके टुकडे ) is

Rafi did sing one song prior to 1948 that became popular.

यहाँ बदला वफाका = जुगनू 1947

Rafi Sahib never used nasal voice in his entire career , this song and ‘ Suhaani Raat Dhal Chuki ‘ vindicate this fact. Even Kishoreda used nasal voice in the songs of ziddi . In those days , it was thought that no play back singer without singing in nasal voice could be successful.Legendary Rafi Sahib broke this myth .

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