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Ham hain raahi pyaar ke ham se kuchh naa boliye

Posted on: July 28, 2010


I have heard this song many a times, but I was not aware which movie this song is from. But then one can enjoy songs even without knowing their details. But it always helps if we know the details, because then we can appreciate the msong even more.

This song “ham hai raahi pyaar ke hamse kuchh na boliye” is such a lovely song to listen to. I knew that this song was sung by Kishore Kumar, bt that was about it. And I guessed that this song was picturised on Dev Anand, since Dev Anand was the only hero for whom Kishore Kumar used to sing in 1950s.

Now that I have become more familiar with this song (thanks to the farmaish for this song), I now know that the song is indeep picturised on Dev Anand. Now I also know that the song is from “Nau Do Gyaarah” (1957). Somehow I was under the impression that this song was picturised along the lines of “Maana janaam ne pukaaraa nahin” (now do not ask me how this song was picturised as I do not remember 😀 ).

Now I know that this song “Ham hain raahi pyaar ke” is picturised as a truck song. Dev Anand has this dilapidated truck (described as khataara by others), with which Dev Anand resolves to go to Bombay. Those were the days when one did not have music system on vehicles, so the driver and/or his co passengers needed to provide the audio for the song. And that is precisely what Dev Anand proceeds to do.

En route, Dev Anand comes across places of tourist interests viz Taj Mahal etc. Assuming that Dev Anand starts from Somewhere around Delhi (he passed through India Gate), I must say he took a very long route to Bombay. And he must have been flush with money to buy fuel for such a long journey. But then I suppose that fuel prices in those days were not what they are today. I am told that petrol cost was Rs 2 a litre in 1970s. In 1957, it must have been far less.

Here is this truck song from “Nau Do Gyaarah” (1957).It is written by Majrooh Sultanpuri and music is composed by S D Burman.


song-Ham hain raahi pyaar ke ham se kuchh naa boliye (Nau Do Gyaarah) (1957) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-S D Burman

Lyrics

ham hain raahi pyaar ke,
hamse kuchh na boliye
ham hain raahi pyaar ke,
hamse kuchh na boliye
ham hain raahi pyaar ke,
hamse kuchh na boliye
jo bhi pyaar se milaa,
ham usi ke ho liye
ham usi ke ho liye
jo bhi pyaar se milaa,
ham usi ke ho liye

dard bhi hamen qubool,
chain bhi hamen qubool
dard bhi hamen qubool,
chain bhi hamen qubool
hamne har tarah ke phool,
haar mein piro liye
hamne har tarah ke phool,
haar mein piro liye
jo bhi pyaar se milaa,
ham usi ke ho liye
ham usi ke ho liye
jo bhi pyaar se milaa,
ham usi ke ho liye

dhoop thi naseeb mein,
to dhoop mein liyaa hai dam
dhoop thi naseeb mein,
to dhoop mein liyaa hai dam
chaandni mili to ham,
chaandni mein so liye
chaandni mili to ham,
chaandni mein so liye
jo bhi pyaar se milaa,
ham usi ke ho liye
ham usi ke ho liye
jo bhi pyaar se milaa,
ham usi ke ho liye

dil pe aasraa kiye,
ham to bas yoonhi jiye
dil pe aasraa kiye,
ham to bas yoonhi jiye
ek kadam pe hans liye,
ek kadam pe ro liye
ek kadam pe hans liye,
ek kadam pe ro liye
jo bhi pyaar se milaa,
ham usi ke ho liye
ham usi ke ho liye
jo bhi pyaar se milaa,
ham usi ke ho liye

raah mein paden hain ham,
kabse aap ki qasam
raah mein paden hain ham,
kabse aap ki qasam
dekhiye to kam se kam,
boliye naa boliye
dekhiye to kam se kam,
boliye naa boliye
jo bhi pyaar se milaa,
ham usi ke ho liye
ham usi ke ho liye
ham hain raahi pyaar ke,
hamse kuchh na boliye
hamse kuchh na boliye

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2 Responses to "Ham hain raahi pyaar ke ham se kuchh naa boliye"

“Maana janaam ne pukaaraa nahin” (now do not ask me how this song was picturised as I do not remember ….

Atul, that song is from Paying Guest (*ing Dev Anand and Nutan). It is picturized with Dev Anand and Nutan riding bicycles side by side, with Dev bothering Nutan, and she trying to ditch him. This is quite early in the movie, with Nutan consdering him as an aawaaraa, eve-teasing her.

It is maanaa janaab nE pukArA nahin – right?

Of all the songs,best truck song is O mere pyaro,jameen ke taro,jana tumhe hai kahan,o gadi wale….sung by Rafi sahib from film jameen ke tare.

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