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Aisa laga koi surma najar maa

Posted on: July 24, 2013


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

Namkeen (1982) is the story of an old woman (Waheeda Rehman) and her three daughters (Sharmila Tagore, Shabana Azmi and Kiran Vairale), into which the truck driver Gherulal (Sanjeev Kumar) crashes in. This song comes nearly at the end of the film, which leads to the climax of the story.

SPOILER ALERT!
Gherulal is somehow unable to visit the three sisters and suddenly he spots the youngest daughter Chinki dancing in a nautanki troupe. He is shocked to see this because it was her mother’s strong wish that this should not happen and she had shielded her three daughters against their father, who wanted to force them in this trade.
END SPOILERS

There are two versions of this song. One is the version used in the film. This has some repetitions which are not on the audio released on music cassette. The major difference though is just like in ek do teen from Awara (1951) that in the film you hear the conversation, and the guttural laughter. Just like in a real nautanki performance, they come from the patrons who pass lewd remarks, laugh, talk etc.


Song-Aisaa lagaa koi surmaa najar maa (Namkeen) (1982) Singer-Alka Yagnik, Lyrics-Gulzar, MD-R D Burman
Male chorus
Female chorus

Lyrics

ho o aisaa lagaa
aisaa lagaa koi surmaa najar maa
aaye najar tu hi tu
ho sainyaa
tu hi najar aaye
aaye re aaye
aisaa lagaa koi surmaa najar maa
aaye najar tu hi tu
ho sainyaa
tu hi najar aaye
aaye re aaye
aisaa lagaa

ho
jal jal ke main koylaa ho gayi
koylaa aankh lagaayaa
aanhaa aanhaa aanhaa aanhaa
jal jal ke
ye koylaa ho gayi

ho o
koylaa aankh lagaayaa
jal jal ke main koylaa ho gayi
koylaa aankh lagaayaa

arre aankh lagaa jo koylaa munhaa
phir solaa bhadkaayaa

ho seene me jal gayi
ho seene mein jal gayi
ishq ki jyoti
jyoti mein teri khusboo ho sainyaa
teri khusboo aaye
aaye re aaye
aisaa lagaa koi surmaa najar maa
aaye najar tu hi tu
ho sainyaa
tu hi najar aaye
aaye re aaye
aisaa lagaa

ho
teri khoj mein duniya bhatki
bhatki dwaare dwaare
kyaa baat hai
haan
haan
haan
kyaa baat hai

haan aa aa aa aa aa aa aa
teri khoj mein duniya bhatki bhatki
teri khoj mein duniya bhatki
bhatki dwaare dwaare

arre gaon seher sab khoje saiyaan
khoje teerath saare
teerath najar aaye
ho teerath najar aaye
pag pag pe sainyaa
aaye najar naahin tu ho balmaa
haan tu najar aaye
aaye re aaye
aisaa lagaa koi surmaa najar maa
aaye najar tu hi tu
ho sainyaa
tu hi najar aaye
aap log bhi gaayiye naa
aisaa lagaa koi surmaa najar maa
aaye najar tu hi tu ho sainyaa
tu hi najar aaye

aaye re aaye
tu hi najar aaye

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9 Responses to "Aisa laga koi surma najar maa"

I have not seen Namkeen. It was supposed to be a very good movie.

A typical Gulzar movie, Ava!

The Main guy (at 1:50)who dances like a female looks like VEERU KRISHNA(who became famous with Aamir Khan`s Raja Hindustani, where he performed a role of a guy acting like a female, who accompanies, Karishma Kapoor,Navneet Nishaan)
He also acted in Mela(2000-as a dance master-Aamir khan starrer)Hum Hain raahi Pyar ke(1993)Raja(1995 as eunuch)etc.

But in the starcast of Namkeen, I don`t find his name, may be in his younger days, he was assisting GOPIKRISHNA,(dance director of Namkeen)or He did have a different name during those times

Thanks Prakashji for that information. I would have never known that!
Very interesting!

Harvey ji
If my memory serves me right, you have identified one dancer`s name as Miss. Fernandez, a few day`s back. Please help me to recall her full name. I hope you get my message.

Regards
Prakash

Meena Fernandez, Prakashji!

Thank you harveypam ji for again updating me.

Regards
Prakash

anytime Prakashji! anytime for you!

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