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Aa jaa re aa jaa re o mere dilbar aajaa

Posted on: May 5, 2013


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

‘Noorie’ (1979) is a movie directed by Yash Chopra, situated in Kashmir. It launched two newcomers as hero and heroine, Poonam Dhillion and Farooque Shaikh. The film also had Madan Puri, Iftekhar and Padma Khanna.

I have to thank the radio in our house for preserving this song in memory. It came to mind a few days ago and it kept running in my head and continued on with the stanzas, not complete, but with correct lines. Mainly Lata Mangeshkar’s voice and a little bit of Nitin Mukesh. Now having heard the song several times trying to find full audio and video version, I can understand why I thought it was a Lata song with Nitin Mukesh just singing ‘ Noorie Noorie’. But it is not like this, this is a proper duet with both singers singing two stanza’s each.

It seems, there are two parts of the song, one part is sad and in flash back, the second part with only one stanza in happier times. The composer is Khaiyyam and lyricist of this song is Jaan Nisar Akhtar. I have not seen the movie, but know that it ends in tragedy, with Poonam Dhillion dying. I have seen this song and another song ‘chori chori koyi aaye’ on ‘chhaayageet’ on Doordarshan.

The picturization of this song is very natural with both Poonam Dhillion and Farooque Shaikh singing their portions separately. Picturesque scenery of the valley, the rivers, snowy peaks, is a visual delight. Not discounting the cute and beautiful Poonam Dhillon in full red and full blue dress, which completes a colourful picture. We also get to see lumber being transported in the river. In the summer the rivers are fed with the snow melting in the mountains and last summer on our visit to Kashmir we got to see the river swollen and speedily travelling downwards. But there was no lumber to be seen in the river, at least in the places we visited. I noticed that underconstruction houses in Kashmir have wooden frames, something we do not get to see in our part of the country. Must be due to the climatic conditions and an abundance of wood available locally.

Let us just enjoy the this typically lilting Khaiyyam composition, made more memorable by the nightingale.

Video Part I & II :

Partial Audio Part I :

Song-Aa ja re aa ja re o mere dilbar aa jaa(Noorie) (1979) Singers-Nitin Mukesh, Lata, Lyrics-Jaan Nisar Akhtar, MD-Khaiyyam

Lyrics

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Part I :
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Noorie
Noorie
aa jaa re ae
O o o
dilbar jaaniyaa
aa jaa re ae
aa ja re o mere dilbar aa jaa
dil ki pyaas bujha jaa re
ae ae
aa jaa re ae
aa ja re o mere dilbar aa jaa
dil ki pyaas bujha jaa re
ae

aa jaa re ea
aa ja re o mere dilbar aa jaa
dil ki pyaas bujha jaa re
ae ae
Oo
aa jaa re ea

o o o
Noorie
Noorie

ujlaa ujlaa narm saveraa
rooh mein meri jhaanke ae ae
ujlaa ujlaa narm saveraa
rooh mein meri jhaanke
pyaar se poochhe kaun basaa hai
tere dil mein aa ke
aa jaa re ae
aa ja re o mere dilbar aa jaa
tu hi aa ke bataa jaa re
aa jaa re ae
aa ja re o mere dilbar aa jaa
dil ki pyaas bujha jaa re
ae
o o
aa jaa re ea

O o
Noorie
Noorie

dard jagaaye meetthaa meetthaa
armaan jaage jaage ae ae
dard jagaaye meetthaa meetthaa
armaan jaage jaage
pyaar ki pyaasi main deewaani
kuchh na sochoon aage ae
aa jaa re ae
aa ja re o mere dilbar aa jaa
phir se aas bandhaa jaa re

aa jaa re ae
aa ja re o mere dilbar aa jaa
dil ki pyaas bujha jaa re
O o
aa jaa re ae

O o
Noorie
Noorie

shaam suhaani mehki mehki
khushboo teri laaye
ae ae
shaam suhaani mehki mehki
khushboo teri laaye
paas kahin jab kaliyaan chatken
main jaanoon tu aaye
aa jaa re ae
aa ja re o mere dilbar aa jaa
mujh mein aan samaa jaa re
aa jaa re ae
aa ja re o mere dilbar aa jaa
dil ki pyaas bujha jaa re
o aaja re

O o
Noorie
Noorie

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Part – II
—————————

Door nahin main tujh se saathhi
main to sadaa se teri ee ee
door nahin main tujh se saathhi
main to sadaa se teri
ek nazar jab tujh ko dekhoon
jaage qismat meri
aa jaa re ae
aa ja re o mere dilbar aa jaa
phir se aas bandhaa jaa re
ae

aa jaa re ea
aa ja re o mere dilbar aa jaa
dil ki pyaas bujha jaa re ae
O o
aa jaa re ea

O o
Noorie
Noorie

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9 Responses to "Aa jaa re aa jaa re o mere dilbar aajaa"

Wondering how it found 8031st position, an excellent composition, I used to hear mostly during interstate bus travel during early eighties.
Thanks for the good post.

Revealing the end of a movie is a cardinal sin! 🙂

So you have also not seen this movie. As i see it, the song is in flashback, so she is already dead as the song part -I is starting. This must happen a few reels before the end of the movie.

I was hoping that she jumps in the river and is somehow saved. The imdb site is of similar opinion as you and is not quite revealing the end. 🙂

Or the dog manages to save her and hide her somewhere.

Havent watched it but i did know it has a tragic ending. So never bothered to watch or get into details. Yeah, u have been revealing too many endings! I had noticed a few days ago also, dont remember which song/movie!

The person who typically writes for IMDB has taken it to a whole different level! Even the regular family drama, wont reveal the end and makes it look like a suspense! 🙂 Will he find the treasure? Watch the movie! Will he get back to his wife? Watch the movie! Hehe!

I have revealed ending of all new films and some of the old ones which i have seen.

I told some friends that Rani Mukherjee is the murderer in ‘Talaash’, without seeing the movie. 🙂

So u like to play spoilsport, huh?! Aap ki Badmashiyon Ke Yeh Naye Andaz Hai! Hehe! Now everything u write should come with *Spoiler Alert!* 🙂

Some of our student saw Jewel Thief and wrote the name of the Jewel Thief. What spoilsport

oh, that’s really bad. if u r watching this movie for the first time ever, u cant figure that out for a really long time into the movie. I had given my american friend Jewel Thief to watch sometimes back and he kept thinking just like the usual lost and found formula of Bollywood, long lost brother of Dev Anand was gonna show up! People talk about Gabbar Singh and all that, and rightfully so, I feel Vijay Anand had invented really cool and sophisticated villains in Jewel Thief and Teesri Manzil, characters which could be living right among us in real life…

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