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Tera bhi kisi pe dil aaye

Posted on: September 29, 2011


This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hind movie music and a regular contributor to this blog.

The decade of 60s was the most prolific and busy for Usha Khanna. A very large body of work of music compositions created by her, came during these years. And all the music she has created is wonderfully hummable and still tingles the heart when one of her songs is played. The 1965 film, ‘Ek Sapera Ek Lutera’ is no different. Practically all the songs of this film went on to become very popular, although the movie itself was a B grade production, and did just OK on the box office. Produced under the banner of Dimple Films, Bombay and directed by Naresh Kumar, the film has lyrics written by Asad Bhopali and the music composition is by Usha Khanna. The star cast is a typical B grade lineup for those times, featuring Feroze Khan, Kumkum, Uma Dutt, Mumtaz Begum, Shyam Kumar, Indira Bansal, Tuntun, Ramavtar, Rashid Khan, Daljeet,Sheikh, Sunder, Gopal Ralhan, Rani, Madhu Apte, Krishna, Khairaati etc. The film is a costume action cum romance drama, that is based on the life style and culture of snake charmers and gypsies.

This song is another wonderful song that has made this film memorable in the minds of Hindi film music buffs. The song is picturized on Feroze Khan, as he is waiting and pining for his beloved (played by Kumkum). The words are an expression of impatience and annoyance. Apparently, the two were supposed to meet and the lady has not appeared as arranged. So the lover, who is missing her company and is longing to be with her, sings this song as an entreaty – may she also find herself in a situation where she is missing a loved one, and her heart also is yearning for him, and then she will understand the anguish of waiting and being alone. Of course, since he is her lover, maybe he is indicating that he will also make her distressed in a similar way. A lover’s tiff and complaint only, for we are sure that when he meets her again, after a short remonstration, he would be forgetting all the claims he is making in this song.

A very tuneful, and very endearing song, which has been rendered just so wonderfully by Rafi Saab. The sound has a nip and a shade of haughtiness, that conveys the emotion so well – an emotion that is a mixture of longing and annoyance.

Enjoy is wonderful gem from Asad Bhopali and Usha Khanna.

Audio

Video

Song-Tera bhi kisi pe dil aaye (Ek Sapera Ek Lutera)(1965) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Asad Bhopali, MD-Usha Khanna

Lyrics

tera bhi kisi pe dil aaye
phir koi tujhe bhi tadpaaye
allaah kare
allaah kare
allaah kare
tera bhi kisi pe dil aaye
phir koi tujhe bhi tadpaaye
allaah kare
allaah kare
allaah kare

ye jawaani
ye bahaaron se haseen tera badan
ye guroor-e-husn
ye andaaz aur ye baankpan
sab tujh se fariyaad karen
lekin mujhko yaad karen
tanhaai mein awaaz meri
ehsaas se tere takraaye
allaah kare
allaah kare
allaah kare

tu jisey chaahe
wo tere dil se begaanaa rahe
tujh ko bhi duniya
kisi zaalim ka deewaanaa kahe
meri tarah betaab rahe
raaton ko bekhwaab rahe
tu jis ki tamannaa dil se kare
wo naam se tere ghabraaye
allaah kare
allaah kare
allaah kare

koi mehfil
koi tanhaai na raas aaye tujhe
mere pehloo mein mohabbat
kheench ke laaye tujhe
ho na koi jab saath tere
phir machlen jazbaat tere
jab koi tera jee behlaaye
tu aur pareshaan ho jaaye
allaah kare
allaah kare
allaah kare

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