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Huye ham jinke liye barbaad

Posted on: August 26, 2010


I never tire of mentioning that this blog had over 2800 songs in it, but even I had not kept track of the number of movies whose songs have been posted in this blog. I just realised that there are songs from nearly 1000 movies in this blog ! Taking a look at the lists (movie wise, music director wise, or yearwise) can give some useful information.

For example, one can see that one has songs from nearly all the movies of major music directors and the list is growing daily, of course. For instance, if one needs to find out the list of movies in which Shankar Jaikishan (the most prolific music directors of the golden era of Hindi movie music) gave music, one can get the names of as many as 110 Shankar Jaikishan movies (out of 170 odd) in the musicwise list of songs of this blog.

Going through the moviewise list of songs enables us to notice the songs that may be missing from the blog. More knowledgeable readers of this blog (like Lalitha, Raja, Sid, Peevsie’s mom etc) have been making good use of this list to point out the songs missing from the blog.

Just now, it was pointed out by Lalitha that arguably the most well known song of “Deedaar” (1951) was missing from the blog. And indeed she is right.

So here is this song from “Deedar” (1951). It is a harmonium song in which Dilip Kumar is seen singing about his childhood sweetheart. The lyrics (written by Shakeel Badayuni) touch the heart stings and one can readily empathise with the words. There are stages in our lives (especially in our younger days) when we have ready access to our friends, but as time flies and people grow up, the same childhood buddies no longer remain all that accessible. Some of them may go on to become big names and they may not be able to find time (and not even have the inclination) for their childhood friends.

Of course the less successful friends would try to bask on the reflected glory telling everyone who listened that the famous person was his childhood friend.And when that he finds that his famous friend has no time for him, then he would accuse the famous man be being too arrogant. And in case he has a harmonium nearby, he may decide to sing this song.

Here is this song from “Deedaar” (1951) which is sung by Rafi and picturised on Dilip Kumar. Naushad composed the music for this song.

Audio

Video

Song-Huye ham jinke liye barbaad (Deedaar) (1951) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Shakeel Badayuni, MD-Naushad

Lyrics

aa
qaseere panjaye
ae ae ae ae
ahde shabaab karke mujhe
kahaan gayaa mera bachpan
kharaab karke mujhe
ae ae ae ae ae ae ae

Huye ham jinke liye barbaad
wo hamko chaahe karen naa yaad
jeewan bhar
jeewan bhar unki yaad mein
ham gaaye jaayenge
gaaye jaayenge

ek zamaana thaa wo pal bhar
hamse rahe na door
hamse rahe na door
ek zamaana thaa wo pal bhar
hamse rahe na door
hamse rahe na door
ek zamaana ye ke huye hain
milne se mazboor
milne se mazboor
ek zamaana ye ke huye hain
milne se mazboor
milne se mazboor
wo gham se laakh rahen aazaad
sune na dard bhari fariyaad
afsaanaa
afsaanaa ham to pyaar ka
dohraaye jaayenge
gaaye jaayenge

main hoon aisa deep ke jisme
main hoon aisa deep ke jisme
na baati naa tel
na baati naa tel
bachpan beeta bani muhabbat
chaar dinon ka khel
chaar dinon ka khel
bachpan beeta bani muhabbat
chaar dinon ka khel
chaar dinon ka khel
rahe ye dil ka nagar aabaad
basi hai jimse kisi ki yaad
ham dil ko
ham dil ko unki yaad se bahlaaye jaayenge
gaaye jaayenge
huye ham jinke liye barbaad
wo hamko chaahe karen naa yaad
jeewan bhar
jeewan bhar unki yaad mein
ham gaaye jaayenge
gaaye jaayenge

2 Responses to "Huye ham jinke liye barbaad"

I just love this song for all its yearning for the lost lover of one’s childhood, sung so well by Rafi that it almost brings tears to my eyes. I recently bought a MP3 of Dilip Kumar and I have been playing it every day when I go in the car, so I can now sing with the song, and wonder at the genius of Naushad and Rafi and Shakeel Badayuni. Great song! Thanks, Atul!

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