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Ae jazb e ishq tera kab aitbaar aaye

Posted on: October 21, 2013


This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

HASEENA (1955) was produced under the banner of Shabaab Productions and directed by J P Advani. The star cast included Jairaj, Shyama, Krishna Kumari, Amarnath, Manmohan Krishna, Durga Khote etc. I had not heard of this film until few days back. With Jairaj in the film, my guess turned out to correct that the film was a costume drama as the story unfolds below.

The story of the film revolves around four main characters in the film – Prince Shaukat (Jairaj or Amarnath ?), Haseena (Shyama), the gypsy maid, Behram (Jairaj or Amarnath?), the gypsy chief and Farukh Jahan (Krishna Kumari), the princess. As has been depicted many times in Hindi films that love has no caste, creed or class, in this film also, Prince Sahukat falls in love with Haseena. Farukh Jahan, the western educated princess also sets her heart on Prince Shaukat and in this, she has a strong support from Prince Shaukat’s queen mother. Behram, the gypsy chief has also set his eyes on Haseena and for her, he is prepared to fight with whoever comes in his way. The stage is set for Prince to decide between Haseena and the throne. [Based on the source : http://www.indianfilmtrade.com ].

As used to happen those days, the synopsis of the film story in the booklet would abruptly end without revealing the end to add to the curiosity of the prospective film audience so that they watch the film in the theatre. I am sure that the film would have ended with Prince Shaukat getting both Haseena as well as his throne as some evil designs of Princes Farukh Jahan and Behram must have got exposed and the queen mother has a change of heart about Haseena.

There are 11 songs in the film of which as many as 10 songs are sung by female playback singers. 8 of these songs ( 7 solos and 1 duet) are sung by Asha Bhonsle. All songs were written by Jan Niasar Akhtar and set to music by Bulo C Rani. The song selected for discussion is ‘ae zajba e ishq tera kab aitbaar aaye’ sung by Talat Mehmood, the only male playback singer’s song in the film. The song is written in a ghazal format.

Only the audio clip of the song is available. But from the lyrics it is apparent that this song was picturised on actor playing the role of Prince Shaukat ( Jairaj or Amarnath).

Audio link :

Song-A jazb e ishq tera kab aitbaar aaye (Haseena)(1955) Singer-Talat Mehmood, Lyrics-Jaan Nisaar Akhtar, MD-Bulo C Rani

Lyrics

ae jazb-e-ishq teraa kab aitbaar aaye
ae jazb-e-ishq teraa kab aitbaar aaye
wo aaye aur mujh tak deewaanaa waar aaye
wo aaye aur mujh tak deewaanaa waar aaye
wo aaye

aahon ko hamne dil ki taaseer saunp di hai
aahon ko hamne dil ki taaseer saunp di hai
dekhi to aaj kaise unko qaraar aaye
wo aaye aur mujh tak deewaanaa waar aaye
wo aaye

kyaa door aasmaan se taare bhi tooth aaye
kyaa door aasmaan se taare bhi tooth aaye
honthon pe jab machal kar dil ki pukaar aaye
wo aaye aur mujh tak deewaanaa waar aaye
wo aaye

ae naalaa-e-mohabbat apnaa asar dikhaa de ae
ae naalaa-e-mohabbat apnaa asar dikhaa de ae ae ae
wo aaj dil ko thaame
wo aaj dil ko thaame beiktiyaar aaye
wo aaye aur mujh tak deewaanaa waar aaye
wo aaye

3 Responses to "Ae jazb e ishq tera kab aitbaar aaye"

A real treat to Talat lovers like me. What a song! Thanks for posting, Atulji.

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Lovely song. Only Talat could do justice to this ghazal.

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What a beautiful song……… thanks Atul ji & Kamath ji!

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