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Ae ri main to prem deewaani

Posted on: April 23, 2013


When I saw the lyrics of this song from “Jogan” (1950), I thought that this song was discussed long back, but when I checked the list of songs of “Jogan” (1950) appearing in the blog, this song was missing much to my surprise. Then I realised that the song that I was confusing it with was the song Ae ri main to prem deewaani mera dard na jaane koye from “Naubahaar” (1952).

The “Jogan” (1950) song, which came before the “Naubahaar” (1952) song is one of the one dozen songs that Geeta Dutt (then Roy) sang in “Jogan” (1950). This song in one of six songs in the movie whose lyrics were credited to Meera Bai, who lived several hundred years before “Jogan” (1950) was produced. This movie must have set a record in using so many songs from a lyricist who was not a contemporary of the movie makers. Seeing how many songs in Hindi movies are attributed to Meera Bai, I fondly wish that one day we will be able to complete the century of Meera Bai’s songs in this blog. 🙂 This is the 15th such song in the blog as of now.

This song is picturised on Nargis. Music is composed by Bulo C Rani.

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

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Song-Ae ri main to prem diwaani mero dard na jaane koye (Jogan)(1950) Singer-Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Meera Bai, MD-Bulo C Rani

Lyrics(Provided by Nitin Shah)

ae ri main to prem diwaani
mero dard na jaane koye
aeri main to prem diwaani
mero dard na jaane koye

sooli upar sej hamaari
sooli upar sej hamaari
kouno sidh bidh hoye
kouno sidh bidh hoye
gagan mandal per sej piya ki
gagan mandal per sej piya ki
milna kis bidh hoye
dard na jaane koye
aeri main to prem diwaani
mero dard na jaane koye
aeri main to prem diwaani
mero dard na jaane koye

ghaayal ki gat ghaayal jaane
ghaayal ki gat ghaayal jaane,
aur na jaane koye
aur na jaane koye
meera ke prabhu peer mite jab
meera ke prabhu peer mite jab
baith sanwariya hoye
dard na jaane koye
aeri main to prem diwaani
mero dard na jaane koye
aeri main to prem diwaani
mero dard na jaane koye

1 Response to "Ae ri main to prem deewaani"

All these songs are as good as , secnd Jogan 1957 ? Dilip kumar and Kamini kaushal colour film . Both films are awesome ..keep up with this task .we all appreciate .Good on all of you .

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