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Kabke bichhde huye ham aaj yahaan aa ke miley

Posted on: January 20, 2010


“Laawaaris” (1981) received a poor rating in the Hindi weekly magazine (Saaptaahik Hindustan) that I used to read those days. The movie reviewer (Ishwar Singh Bais) opined that the best scene in the movie was the scene where “The End” appeared on the screen.

I think that the reviewer was in a particularly bad mood while watching the movie. In those days of pre DVD/ VCR, one could only watch movies on movie screen and movies were specially screened for movie reviewers who were given royal treatment while showing them the movie. Mr Bais was perhaps not wined and dined properly while he was shown this movie.

In those days, impressionable people like me used to belive the printed word and as a result I failed to get much enjoyment out of this movie when I watched it. And that included its songs as well.

Now nearly three decades later, I am finally coming out of the influence of that review. Now I can see for myself that this movie had some things better than the “The End” screen. For instance, its songs ! Several songs from this movie went on to become popular.

This song- “kabke bichhde huye ham aaj yahaan aa ke mile” became quite popular but I dd not find it all that nice (mainly under the influence of the abovementioned review). But when I watched the picturisatio of this song again this time, and listened to the sog, I realised what a wonfderful sentimental song it is. And the picturisation is superb. Normally I am not one to put myself onto the shoes of the actors, but here I imagined myself instead of the actors and I realised how nicely this song is picturised.

Two persons, who last met as children meet each other again as grown up, and in Bollywood movie style, finding themselves in love with each other. I too would live to meet girls with whom I studied in class I when we were about six years old. Meeting them again some 40 years later is going to be a sentimental experience, I am sure. Even otherwise, it would be a great reunion.

There have been many separation songs posted here, and I call this song a reunion song. And it is a song that I have begun to like a lot for the reason mentioned above. It is sung by Kishore Kumar and Asha Bhonsle and it is picturised on Amitabh Bachchan and Zeenat Aman. Anjaan is the lyricist and Kalyanji Anandji composed the music.


song-Kab ke bichhde huye ham aaj kahaan aa ke miley (Laawaaris) (1981) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle,Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics

kabke bichhde huye ham aaj kahaan aa ke miley
jaise shammaa se kahin lau ye jhilmilaa ke miley
aaa aaa aaa aaa aaa
aaa aaa aaa aaa aaa
aaa aaa aaa aaa aaa
aaa aaa aaa aaa aaa

kabke bichhde huye ham aaj kahaan aa ke miley
jaise saawan jaise saawan
jaise saawan se kahin pyaasi ghataa chhaa ke miley
kabke bichhde huye ham aaj kahaan aa ke miley
kabke bichhde kabke bichhde

baad muddat ke raat mahki hai
dil dhadaktaa hai saans bahki hai
pyaar chhalkaa hai pyaasi aankhon se
surkh honthon pe aag dahki hai
o o o o
mahki hawaaon mein
bahki fizaaon mein
do pyaase dil yoon mile
do pyaase dil yoon mile
jaise maykash jaise maykash
jaise maykash koyi saaqi se dagmagaa ke miley
kabke bichhde huye ham aaj kahaan aa ke miley
kabke bichhde kabke bichhde

door shahnaayi geet gaati hai
dil ke taaron ko chhed jaati hai
dil ke taaron ko chhed jaati hai
yoon sapnon ke phool yahaan khilte hain
yoon duaa dil ki rang laati hai
yoon duaa dil ki rang laati hai
aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
barson ke begaane
ulfat ke deewaane
anjaane aise miley
anjaane aise miley
jaise manchaahi jaise manchaahi
jaise manchaahi duaa barson aajamaa ke miley
kabke bichhde huye ham aaj kahaan aa ke miley
jaise saawan se kahin pyaasi ghataa chhaa ke miley
kabke bichhde huye ham aaj kahaan aa ke miley
kabke bichhde kabke bichhde
hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm

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