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Tere pyaar mein dildaar jo hai mera haal e zaar

Posted on: April 27, 2012


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

When I saw the caption of this song, “tere pyaar mein dildaar” I thought I recognised this song. When I started to play it, it turned out to be a Lata Mangeshkar song, while I thought it might be a Shamshad Begum sing a composition by O. P. Nayyar from 50’s. It has a very old worldy feel to it. Actually it is from the Film “Mere Mehboob” and it is composed by Naushad. It goes without saying that it is written by Shakeel Badayuni. This is a kind of song, which keeps going on and on in the head long after you have heard it. I heard this song yesterday, after a very long time. It has three long stanzas in rapid speed. I made doubly sure that it was not posted. This should one of the last 2 songs from the film posted here, if earthmusic.net information is correct.

This song is picturized on Sadhana, looking very fetching in full white dress and my favorite Ameeta is also there with her, as a non-participating audience. I have seen the film on TV only and cannott say I liked it very much, maybe that is the reason why I do not remember all the songs. There was too much confusion and misunderstanding among both friends Sadhana and Ameeta falling in love with Rajendra Kumar. And Rajendra Kumar for his part actually loves Sadhana but thinks she is Ameeta. There was a sub-plot involving Shyama and Ashok Kumar too. Shyama is Rajendra Kumar’s sister and Ashok Kumar is Sadhana’s brother. It was one co-incidence too many. I might have read two urdu novels or stories having the two plots.

Anyway the songs are all very good, and this one is the most beautiful song to watch in the film, because of the Sadhana dancing alone. And this is one song wherethere is no sign of Rajendra Kumar for a change.

This song is based on some Raag as per a comment on Youtube. I enjoy Lata Mangeshkar singing such speedy songs with comfort. Naushad did not create many songs with multiple versions. The song “mere mehboob tujhe meri mohabbat ki qasam” has two version. I can recall only one other song with multiple versions i.e. in “Aan”. And I can say for sure that Naushad had a very high regard for Lata Mangeshkar, the playback singer, and made a great contribution toward shaping Lata Mangeshkar as a versatile singer.

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Song-Tere pyaar mein dildaar jo hai mera haal e zaar (Mere Mehboob)(1963) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Shakeel Badayuni, MD-Naushad

Lyrics

paas rehte huye bhi tujh se bahut dur hain ham
qissa-e-dard sunaate hain ke majboor hain ham

tere pyaar mein dil daar
jo hai meraa haal-e-zaar
koyi dekhe yaa na dekhe
Allah dekh rahaa hai
tere pyaar mein dil daar
jo hai meraa haal-e-zaar
koyi dekhe yaa na dekhe
Allah dekh rahaa hai

jab se teri yaad mere
dil mein samaayi hai
wallah kisi raat mujhe
neend nahin aayi hai
meethha meethha dard hai
meethha meethha dard hai
honthon pe aahen sard hain
chehra bhi meraa zard hai
na jaane kya rang dikhaaye tera intezaar
na jaane kya rang dikhaaye tera intezaar
tere pyaar mein dil daar
jo hai meraa haal-e-zaar
koyi dekhe yaa na dekhe
Allah dekh rahaa hai

tu hi meri zindagi hai
tu hi meri jaan hai
mujh ko tu mil jaaye
meraa yehi ek armaan hai
teraa meraa saathh ho
teraa meraa saathh ho
kuch dil se dil ki baat ho
ji bhar ke mulaaqat ho
naghme gaayen pyaar ke mil kar
chheden dil ke taar
naghme gaayen pyaar ke mil kar
chheden dil ke taar
tere pyaar mein dil daar
jo hai meraa haal-e-zaar
koyi dekhe yaa na dekhe
Allah dekh rahaa hai

sadqe tere jaaoon meraa
toota dil jod de
nazron ka hijaab zaraa
nazron se hi tod de
aankhon se kyun door hai
aankhon se kyun door hai
kyun milne se majboor hai
dil meraa gham se choor hai
yoonhi tadpe jaaoongi jab tak
na hogaa deedaar
yoonhi tadpe jaaoongi jab tak
na hogaa deedaar
tere pyaar mein dil daar
jo hai meraa haal-e-zaar
koyi dekhe yaa na dekhe
Allah dekh rahaa hai
tere pyaar mein dil daar
jo hai meraa haal-e-zaar
koyi dekhe yaa na dekhe
Allah dekh rahaa hai

7 Responses to "Tere pyaar mein dildaar jo hai mera haal e zaar"

Sorry Atul-ji, Rajendra Kumar’s sister was Nimmi in the movie. The movie was a smash hit and the songs played a pivotal role in its success! H S Rawail may have laughed all the way to the bank!

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Oh, what a lovely, lovely song!!! Thanks so much for writing this up, nahmji.

All the songs in this movie were just awesome. I liked the movie a lot too. It is not all that complicated – maybe if you see it again, nahmji, you’ll be able to enjoy it more.

Anyway, I just love Muslim socials, mainly for the sets and especially for the Urdu. And this movie certainly did not disappoint in that respect.

Am glad somebody else in this world, apart from me, is an Ameeta fan.:-)

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This is a very sweet song. I love the songs of this film. You should see the movie on a DVD or something, its kind of dramatic, but a typical, and a good example of, a muslim social, with lots of pretty dresses, purdah, tehzeeb, urdu and above all, lovely songs.

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Two people have recommended that i see ‘Mere Mehboob”, I must make an effort to see it. Buying DVD’s and keeping them safe is too much work for me 🙂 i.e. the reason why i have not seen any movies lately. There are so many old movies i have missed out on or have hazy memories, like this one. It will take a lifetime if i start now. I should start with “Devdas” (Dilip Kumar).

About muslim socials, I dont mind the dresses, tehzeeb, urdu etc. It is just that they are so stereotypical and some stories and characters seem so contrived. It is different if they are period films like “Mughal-e-Azam”, the glamour and elaborate sets are believable.

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Movie is available on Youtube:

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Thanks a lot for the link. It is less than 3 hours. I will make it a point to see it as soon as my Laptop returns, which is gone visiting.

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It has been decades since I last heard this song.. Loved listening to it after all these years. Thank you nahm ji.

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