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Koi to sune mere gham ka fasaana

Posted on: July 14, 2012


“Malhaar” (1951) was a Darling Pictures Production. Mukesh was the producer of this movie and the movie was directed by Harish. The movie had Arjun Bakshi and Shammi in lead roles.

This movie is today mainly remembered for its timeless music. Roshan, whose birth anniversary falls today (14 july) was the music director and it was one of the first few movies where he caught the ears of music lovers. Subsequently his music would make him such a household name that his children would adopt his first name as the family surname. Yes, Roshan was Roshanlal Nagrath, but his descendents now call themselves Roshans.

I have discussed as many as six songs from this movie. Here is the seventh song from this movie.

This song is sung by Lata and it is picturised on Shammi. Kaif Irfani is the lyricist, or is it Indeewar? I request our knowledgeable readers to throw more light on this matter.

PS-As informed by bluefire, the lyricist is Shyamlal Shams. Though Indeewar was called Shyamlal, this Shyamlal Shams is a different person, as pointed out by Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh, our beloved inhouse encyclopedia on these matters.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Nitin Shah.

Audio

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Song-Koi to sune mere gham ka fasaana (Malhaar)(1951) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Shyamlal Shams, MD-Roshan

Lyrics(Provided by Nitin Shah)

koi to sune mere gham ka fasaana
kahin maar daale na zaalim zamaana
zaalim zamaana

koi to sune mere gham ka fasaana
kahin maar daale na zaalim zamaana
zaalim zamaana

kafas mein ae bulbul tu
ae ae ae
kafas mein ae bulbul tu
jee bhar ke roley
tu jee bhar ke roley
kafas mein ae bulbul tu
ae ae ae
kafas mein ae bulbul tu
jee bhar ke roley
tu jee bhar ke roley
chaman mein tera
jal gaya aashiyaana
kahin maar daale na zaalim zamaana
zaalim zamaana

koi to sune mere gham ka fasaana
kahin maar daale na zaalim zamaana
zaalim zamaana

qasam hai tumhe meri
ae ae ae
qasam hai tumhe meri
barbaadiyon ki
haan
barbaadiyon ki
qasam hai tumhe meri
ae ae ae
qasam hai tumhe meri
barbaadiyon ki
haan
barbaadiyon ki
meri maut par tu na aansoo bahaaana
kahin maar daale na zaalim zamaana
zaalim zamaana

koi to sune mere gham ka fasaana
kahin maar daale na zaalim zamaana
zaalim zamaana

7 Responses to "Koi to sune mere gham ka fasaana"

Roshan was Mukesh’s school friend, and shared a beautiful relationship with him. It is nice that on this special day you chose this song. Lataji also considered him among her favourite music directors.

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The English Transalation is not shown for every line-would be grateful if an english translation is also wriiten down the LYRICS in Hindi.
THANKS.

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Shyam Lal Shums –Lyricist.

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Shyamlal = Indeewar. Thanks for this information.

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Atul ji,
In MALHAR-1951,there were 3 different Lyricists-
1.Indeevar
2.Kaif irfani and
3.Shyamlal Shams.
Though you are right in saying that Shyamlal=Indeevar,this Shyamlal Shams was a different person and it is NOT same as Indeevar.
Shyamlal Shams was also a Lyricist in Dholak-51,in which he wrote a superb and popular song like” Chori chori aag si dil mein lagakar chal diye” sung by Sulochana Kadam.Shyamlal Shams wrote songs in ‘Yahudi ki beti’-56 and ‘Sultan e Alam’-56.
I request you to kindly make correction,so that credit goes to the right person.
-AD
credits-HFGK and ‘Hindi filmon ke geetkar’

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Thanks for this information.

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Arunji, Is this person same as Shambul Haq Shams who wrote lyrics for Teer (1954)?

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