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Tadap tadap ke is dil se aah nikalti rahi

Posted on: April 16, 2013


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

Here comes song no. 4 of ‘desert’ songs series. This is a personal favorite from the film “Ham dil de chuke Sanam”(1999). Since the story was in Rajasthan, so there are a few songs in the film picturized in desert location. This is a qawwali type sad song. First part of the song is in desert. The second stanza plays in the film right at the end. The video link I have found is only the first part of the song. However the audio link has full audio of the song.

I have discussed one song from this movie which is Jhonka hawa ka.

The singers of this song K K & Dominique Cerejo are debutants here. In fact I have no way to know which lines are sung by which singer in the song. I thought this song is sung by K K alone. At least the major part of the song is by K K of that I am sure. That leaves the begnning two lines i.e. ‘bejan dil ko…….. ‘ by Dominique Cerejo. Lyricist is Mehboob Kotwal. And the music director is Ismail Darbar. Ismail Darbar won the National Award for music of this film and the Filmfare – R. D. Burman Award for the year 1999. The songs were all really wonderful, half of them were based on Rajastani Folk, quite an electic mix of different genre of film songs. There is even a ‘Kite Flying” song in this film which goes “Koi po chhe ” . “Kite flying” songs are rare to find in Hindi films.

The situation of this song is Salman Khan has been ordered to get lost by Aishwarya’s father Vikram Gokhale. So he is leaving the house where he was staying with the whole family of Aishwarya, having come to India to learn classical music from Vikram Gokhale. In the video clip, Salman Khan is shown leaving and Aishwarya is on the terrace to say goodbye. There is this game of “Statue” which we used to play as kids, with a hand gesture of a gun. The person who is the victim is sentenced to stay still till the “statue” is removed. Here Salman Khan makes a “Statue ” of Aishwarya as he leaves. There after he is shown out in the desert, raving and ranting against the fates and the skies. As this part of the song ends, Aishwarya has slit her wrist and is lying beside a pool. This is the intermission point. For the benefit of those who have not seen the film, let my clarify that, Aishwarya is not going to die. She is saved and thereafter married off to Ajay Devgan, a Lawyer in the second half of the film. To cut a long story short, after marriage Ajay Devgan, discovers that Aishwarya is in love with someone else, he takes her to Italy to reunite with Salman Khan. That is where the second part of the song plays in the background right at the end of the film. That part is though not in the desert , but is very well orchestrated.

This song is unique for being a solo sad song somewhat qawwali like, just like the Rafi solos of ‘Laila Majnu”. The notable factor here is how in the stanza’s the singer is coming back to a line , having gone through a few more different lines, for example :

teraa chehraa nazar aaye
mujhe din ke ujaale mein
teri yaaden tadpaayen
teri yaaden tadpaaye
raaton ke andheron mein
tera chehraa nazar aaye

&

waah re waah teri qudrat
uss pe de diya qismat
kabhi hai milan kabhi furqat
labhi hai milan kabhi furqat
hai yahi kya woh mohobbat
waah re waah teri qudrat

Audio : (Both parts)

Video Part I :

Video Part II :

Song-Tadap tadap ke is dil se aah nikalti rahi(Ham Dil De Chuke Sanam)(1999) Singers-K K, Dominique Cerejo, Lyrics-Mehboob Kotwal, MD-Ismail Darbar
Chorus

Lyrics

Bejaan dil ko
bejaan dil ko
bejaan dil ko
tere ishq ne zinda kiya
phir tere ishq ne hee
is dil ko tabaah kiya

aaa aaa
aaa aaa
aaaa aaaaa
aaa aaa
aaa aaa
aaaa aaaaa
aaa aaa
aaa aaa
aaaa aaaaa

tadap tadap ke iss dil se
aah nikalti rahi
mujh ko sazaa di pyaar ki
aisa kya gunaah kiya
to lut gaye
haan lut gaye
to lut gaye
ham teri mohabbat mein
tadap tadap ke iss dil se
aah nikalti rahi
mujh ko sazaa di pyaar ki
aisa kya gunaah kiya
to lut gaye
haan lut gaye
to lut gaye
ham teri mohabbat mein
tadap tadap ke iss dil se
aah nikalti rahi
mujh ko sazaa di pyaar ki
aisa kya gunaah kiya
to lut gaye
haan lut gaye
to lut gaye
ham teri mohabbat mein

aaa aaa
aaa aaa aaa
aaa aaa aaa

ajab hai ishq yaaraa aa aaa
aa aaa
pal do pal ki khushiyaan aa aa
aa aa
gham ke khazaane milte hain phir
milti hain tanhaayiyaan
kabhi aansoo kabhi aahen
kabhi shikwe kabhi naale
tera chehraa nazar aaye
teraa chehraa nazar aaye
mujhe din ke ujaalon mein
teri yaaden tadpaayen
teri yaaden tadpaayen
raaton ke andheron mein
tera chehraa nazar aaye
machal machal ke iss dil se
aah nikalti rahi
mujh ko sazaa di pyaar ki
aisa kya gunaah kiya
to lut gaye
haan lut gaye
to lut gaye
ham teri mohabbat mein

aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa
aa aa aa

agar miley khudaa to oo ooo
o o o o
poochoongaa khudaayaa aa aa
aa aa
jism mujhe de ke mitti kaa
sheeshe sa dil kyun banaayaa
aur uss pe diya fitrat
ke woh karta hai mohabbat
waah re waah teri qudrat
waah re waah teri qudrat
uss pe de diya qismat
kabhi hai milan kabhi furqat
kabhi hai milan kabhi furqat
hai yahi kya woh mohobbat
waah re waah teri qudrat
sisak sisak ke iss dil se
aah nikalti rahi
mujh ko sazaa di pyaar ki
aisa kya gunaah kiya
to lut gaye
haan lut gaye
to lut gaye
ham teri mohabbat mein
tadap tadap ke iss dil se
aah nikalti rahi
mujh ko sazaa di pyaar ki
aisa kya gunaah kiya
to lut gaye
haan lut gaye
to lut gaye
ham teri mohabbat mein

16 Responses to "Tadap tadap ke is dil se aah nikalti rahi"

I love this song. In fact, I liked the other song – Ankhon ki gustakhiya maaf ho, a lot as well. It was a very cheeky/romantic song.

This one had a very different sound. I used to love listening to it.

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Ava ji,

I have seen many songs from this film recently trying to find the link to second part of the song. All are beautifully enmeshed with the story. Very difficult to pick one favourite, among the remaining songs(as the two best are posted now).

Take your pick from “Man mohini teri adaa” , ‘albelaa sajan aayo re ‘ ‘ nimbooda nimbooda’ & ‘chand chhupa’ & ‘chaand chhupaa baadal mein ” . No wonder Ismail Darbar couldnt better his own work. Some were inspired by folk, even lifted like ‘nimbooda’. But this was his first and best.

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Thank you very much nahm ji , my favorite song.
A little more about K.K, the singer: as per wikipedia:
Krishnakumar Kunnath (born August 23, 1968), also known as KK, is an Indian playback singer. He is a prominent singer in Hindi, Malayalam, Telugu, Kannada and Tamil films.

Born in Delhi to Malayali parents C. S. Nair and Kanakavalli,
Krishnakumar Kunnath was brought up in New Delhi. KK sang 3,500 jingles before Bollywood break. An alumnus of Delhi’s Mount St. Mary school. He appeared in “Josh Of India” song for the support of Indian Cricket Team during Cricket World Cup 1999. Following this, he released an album called Pal for which he received a Star Screen Award for the Best Solo Album.

Thanks again nahm ji for the song.

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Thanks for the information about K. K. I have seen him some video of the album ‘Pal’ .

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Sorry, Thank you for the nice post

Regards
Prakash

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I would like to thanks too much for this selected film song of Ham dildhe chuke sanam

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Atul ji,

Thanks a lot for finding the link for the second part video.

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Devgan was playing such a nice guy character. He should have dumped her in the end. Salman Khan also finds some European chick by then! Now that should have been some ending! A Baazigar like shock! Lol.

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Hey hindi film heroes dont do the dumping their heroines especially wives bit ! Now Baazigar was negative hero, still he has really got the heart of Kajol, if you remember in the last scene she is seen crying. That reminds me I should take a look at the title song, if it fits the ‘ mystic of desert ‘ tag. SRK is there on horseback with his face partly covered.

Your idea for the end of HDDCS is good enough. SLB could have planned a sequel, instead of wasting himself on super intense films like ‘guzarish’ . I saw his films till ‘saanwariya’.

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Nah, thats not desert. I remember greenery there and some mountain top. Similar to the terrain we see in vaada raha sanam, odh li chunriya maine tere naam ki, etc.

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I saw the baazigar song just now, even i thought of that ‘waada raha sanam, of khiladi with Ayesha Jhulka and Akshay Kumar. But that song was different in mood.
Take a look at Baazigar song.

I am trying to place where the song odh li chunariya is from. I know the song but not able to place it.

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Its just the changing of values and culture i guess. People get married and divorced for frivolous reasons. Love Aaj Kal types, hey, if u r not sure, why would u wanna ruin someone else’s life. Or Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna. The convenient separations. We need to have 65% divorce rates like in USA. Hopefully that will reduce the population in some decades. GW already said on record in his 2nd term back in 2007, grain and food prices all over world are very high because we have a very large middle class in India and China consuming a lot of resources. So, whatever it works. Break the families. HDDS was just the pre-cursor. At least wife came back then. A lot has changed since then. Bollywood is just propaganda now.

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The propaganda tools are all the media, only some forces know how to use these mediums. I find propaganda not only in films but in advertising too.

As for the world’s economy, the hegemonic super power’s think tank , not capable of seeing anything beyond their own noses. If not for the Indian middle class where would they sell all the chemical infested cosmetics ?

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Here’s ur “cosmetics” song! Baby Se Babydoll! 😉 Starting from Primary school?:) Only thing i like here is that they are giving Udit a chance to sing!

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Kay Kay did half a dozen movies prior to Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam (1999) including Maachis (96). Dominique also debuted with Dus (97) which was shelved after director Mukul Anand died, but soundtrack was released.

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