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Na wo hamse judaa honge

Posted on: July 10, 2012

“Dulaari” (1949) was a Kardar Productions movie. It was produced and directed by A R Kardar. The movie had Suresh, Madhubala, Geeta Bali, Shyam Kumar, Jayant, Amar, Pratima Devi, Nawab etc in it.

This movie is a musical extravaganza and the songs of this movie include Rafi’s breakthrough song, viz. Suhaani raat dhal chuki . As many as nine songs from this movie have been discussed in the past and a few songsare still left to be posted !

Here is one such song. This song is sung by Lata and it is picturised on Madhubala. Shakeel Badayuni is the lyricist. Music is composed by Naushad.

It is a song that I haerd for the first time just now. It is mind boggling to imagine that one movie can have so many great songs in it.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Atif M.



Song-Na wo hum se judaa honge (Dulaari)(1949) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Shakeel Badayuni, MD-Naushad

Lyrics(Provided by Atif M)

na woh hum se juda honge
na woh hum se juda honge
na ulfat dil se
haay dil se niklegi
na ulfat dil se niklegi
lagi hai phaans jo dil mein
badi mushkil se niklegi
badi mushkil se niklegi

unhi ke thhey unhi ke hain
unhi par mar mitenge hum
unhi par mar mitenge hum
bahuat pachhtaayega zaalim
zamaana hum ko de kar gham
zamaana hum ko de kar gham
sitam jitne bhi hain
sab khaak mein
mil jaayenge us dam
muhabbat aah ban kar jab
hamaare dil se niklegi
hamaare dil se niklegi
na woh hum se juda honge
na ulfat dil se
haay dil se niklegi
na ulfat dil se niklegi

jigar hai tukde tukde
gham ne aisa teer maara hai
gham ne aisa teer maara hai
arey o dil ke maalik
dil ko ab tera sahaara hai
dil ko ab tera sahaara hai
hamein barbaadiyon ka gham nahin
gar tu hamaara hai
tera hi naam legi jo
sada is dil se niklegi
sada is dil se niklegi
na woh hum se juda honge
na woh hum se juda honge
na ulfat dil se
haay dil se niklegi
na ulfat dil se niklegi

4 Responses to "Na wo hamse judaa honge"

My first comment on this site.
You would be lucky to get 10 good songs in a year these days but in the forties and fifties ,you could get 10 good songs in a movie such as this one.Just think of Naushad’s movies like Rattan,Anmol Ghadi,Andaz,Babul,Dulari,Uran Khatola,Deedar,Dastaan,Baiju Bawra,Shabab,etc and it is staggering how he could come with so many gems in one movie.
Also going through your site,I see that in 1949 the following all time great musicals released – Shair,Paras,Namoona,Dulair,Mhal,Barsaat,Andaz,Bazaar,Lahore,Badi Bahen,Dillagi,Chandini Raat,Shabnam,Patanga,Ek thi Ladki,Zevrat,Chakori,Jal Tarang,Raat kin raani,Laadli..

How I envy those who lived during those times !!!


Those were different days indeed.


A very warm welcome to the blog, MZ.

Naushad was a true maestro, an extra-special genius, supremely gifted. It takes centuries before an individual of his calibre arrives on the scene. Despite all his brilliant works, some of which you have mentioned, he could only manage just one Filmfare award. Unbelievably, he was nominated for, but denied, the Filmfare for Mughal-e-Azam. Some injustice, that. This only diminished the credibility and prestige of these awards. Nowadays, who knows, or even cares about the music Filmfares? But Mughal-e-Azam’s music is still fresh and alive in the minds of millions of people and the legacy of the great Naushad lives on.


I agree with you on the injstice done to Naushad though it must be said that the Filmfare awards were started in 1952 and many of Naushad’s greatest works were prior to that .
But as you say,Naushad’s legacy is not to be measured in terms of awards but at the joy he has given millions over so many years.And lets not forget how brilliantly he has used such varied voices like Saigal,Shamshad,Zohra,Amirbai,Suraiya,Surendra,Noorjehan ,Talat,Mukesh and ofcourse Rafi and Lata.

What a man!


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