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Naseeb dar pe tere aazmaane aaya hoon

Posted on: August 6, 2012


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

“naseeb dar pe ter aazmaane aaya hoon” is a song from film ‘Deedar”(1951), which I found again just now. And to find a link with HD restored video clip made me doubly happy. The print is looking as good as new. This song is like one of those cherished childhood friends whom we remember every now and then. With fond memories of fighting, playing and generally enjoying the innocence of those times. What i miss most about that era is the general sense of freedom. Free to live and breath, to think, to say and hear and to form opinions and impressions. Also to like and dislike giving no thought to personal gain and loss.

When I found this song, I was sure that it was posted here, only i had missed seeing this. This song has somehow failed to find its place here, probably because the of the other solos of Rafi posted namely Meri kahaani bhoolne waale and Huye ham jinke liye barbaad. I have had to check the list of songs again and again to confirm that this song is not here. Any way, as they say “der aaye durust aaye”.

I have seen this song many times of ‘Doordarshan’s “Chhaayageet” programme. The story of this film is Dilip Kumar and Nargis are childhood friends who have lost touch. Dilip Kumar has lost his eyes in an accident while riding a horse while still children. The accident happens during this Bachpan ke din bhula na dena song. Now they are grown up, Nargis does not recognise Dilip Kumar as the same childhood friend. She marries Ashok Kumar. By this time Dilip Kumar has realised that Nargis is the same friend who he has been looking for and whom he loves. Eventually, with Ashok Kumar’s help Dilip Kumar is able to get his eyes operated and regains his eyesight. There is also Nimmi as the fourth angle of this square. I do not know how this film ends, b’coz I have not seen it. But the songs are part of my memory.

So here is Rafi solo from “Deedar” (1951), which is a harmonium song. It is written by Shakeel Badayuni and composed by Naushad. If I am not mistaken this song must have been the inspiration behind many more songs of this genre viz. harmonium songs either of the ‘ roadside tamasha’ type or beggar songs.

I had sent lyrics of some songs of this film to Atul ji months ago. But this song was not in those songs. This is the eighth song from this film to appear in the blog. There are two/three more songs still left including a Rafi-Lata duet which was excluded from the movie.

Audio

Video

Song-Naseeb dar pe tere aazmaane aaya hoon (Deedar)(1951) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Shakeel Badayuni, MD-Naushad

Lyrics

pyaar banaa
bachpan ka sapna
preetam bane kahaani
jwaala ban ke
tan man phoonke
ae ae ae ae
bas ik yaaaad puraani

naseeb dar pe tere
aazmaane aaya hoon
naseeb dar pe tere
aazmaane aaya hoon
aazmaane aayaa hoon
naseeb dar pe tere
tujhi ko teri kahaani
ee ee ee ee ee ee
tujhi ko teri
kahaani sunaane aaya hoon
naseeb dar pe tere
aazmaane aaya hoon

jo naghme soye huye
ae ae ae ae ae ae
hain tere khayaalon mein
ae ae
hain tere khayaalon mein
jo naghme soye huye hain
tere khayaalon mein
unhi ko aaj main gaa kar
unhi ko aaj main gaa kar
jagaane daaya hoon
naseeb dar pe tere
haay
naseeb dar pe tere
aazmaane aaya hoon
aazmaane aaya hoon
ho ooo
bahaa bhi de meri
haalat pe aaj do aansoo
aaj do aansoo
oo oo oo oo
bahaa bhi de meri
haalat pe aaj do aansoo
main apne dil ki lagi ko
o o o o o o
main apne dil ke lagi ko
bujhaane aaya hoon
naseeb dar pe tere
haay
naseeb dar pe tere
aazmaane aaya hoon
aazmaane aaya hoon

ho o o o o o
agar woh saamne hote
to un se yeh kehtaa
aa aa aa aa aa aa
agar woh saamne hote
to un se yeh kehtaa
tere huzoor mein bigdi
ee ee ee ee ee ee
tere huzoor main
bigdi banaane aaya hoon
naseeb dar pe tere
aazmaane aaya hoon

2 Responses to "Naseeb dar pe tere aazmaane aaya hoon"

Nahm ji,
Thanks for posting this wonderful song.I too felt having met a childhood friend with whom contact has been lost and now restored.
This is one of my favourite songs of Rafi ji.
-AD

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