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Is mulaaqaat ka bas mazaa leejiye

Posted on: July 9, 2016


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala and Pradeep Raghunathan, fellow enthusiasts of Hindi movie music and contributors 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.

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Avinash Scrapwala’s writeup
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#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 40 # Qawwalis – 4#
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#Chennai Gang Out #1
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As mentioned in my previous post I had to travel in the East for some official work as a part of some strategic planning at my work place.

And at that time i.e. around second/third week of May, there was a discussion at my work place, that I could also be deputed for some official work at Chennai in near future.

‘Ab aap mahina bhar Chennai mein rehkar ‘rasam’ khana’.
yes it was in a different tone anticipating that I would be reluctant to go. (Unhe kya pataa ki hamaare man to ladoo phoot rahe the 🙂 , so I was already excited and I wished that it happened as early as possible)

But not wanting to show my eagerness (so that it doesn’t get backfired 🙂 ), and still to ensure that it happened, I also mentioned that I had no problems in eating ‘rasam’, because during my stay at Kota for more than Seven years (Nov’88 to Aug’96) I was a regular customer at the Madras Hotel in the ‘shopping center’ area of that city and all of us friends never missed the ‘rasam’ there. (We had specifically instructed the Manager of the Hotel there that he should keep our quota of‘rasam’ preserved for us even if we were late for the food while returning back late from our working schedule.) And this practice continued till I get married in 1994.

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Well, not sure of when actually the visit was going to take place I did not disclose it to Pradeep ji then.

***

On 6th June on the ‘Whatsapp’ group Pradeep ji mentioned that he was just thinking that there might be a few songs of Rafi-Mukesh that are to be posted yet on the blog. And that he liked these duet songs very much.

In response to that Khyatiben informed Pradeep ji that I had sent a good number of such songs to Atul ji and these songs may include such unique songs.

My response to that was that some such songs from the seventies might have been shared or may be coming up under the #bhoole bisre geet of seventies#

As usual Pradeep ji exclaimed ‘cool’:). He makes such comment of ‘cool’ at most of the times and I always wonder if I will ever see him comming up with the exclamation of ‘hot’ as well. :).

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Now, while I was on the tour to Burnpur-Asansol (West Bengal), the developments at the office front suggested that my Chennai visit could materialise around the second week of July . I conveyed this information to Pradeep ji while I was still on my return trip back to Nagpur.

And during this travel I also re-visited the above conversation on Rafi-Mukesh songs and kept wondering about the number of such songs including the number that may already have been posted on the blog. And I started looking for the remaining songs that are yet to come up on the blog.

One song that immediately came to my mind was ‘saat ajoobe is duniya mein’ from the film ‘Dharam Veer-1977’, and the other film that immediately came to mind was ‘Do Jaasoos-1975’.

So, I thought that after reaching home I would search for such songs and see if any one of them fitted into for a post which I could present to Pradeep ji and which, if possible, could be posted on the day we met there.

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On searching on net I got a list of songs sung by Rafi-Mukesh’ jodi (I am deliberately not listing all the songs here, till the details are verified).

Going by the possibility of meeting Pradeep ji in near future in my mind, I was looking for a song that would also be suitable for the post on this gang-out, and a song which contained words like ‘mulaaqaat’, ‘geet’, ‘naghme’. I was even prepared to consider a song containing the reference to ‘rains’ as the rainy season would be n full flow all over by then and would serve as an appropriate song for the occasion. 🙂

Yes! I discovered that there indeed was an a song appropriate for the occasion. I had never heard this song before and this song had the voices of Rafi, Mukesh and Hemlata.

And what a song this was … (shhhh …! Silence!)

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During all this period the ‘Yippee Project’ was going on in full swing and regular conversations were going on ‘Whatsapp-Yippee’ group and mails were also being exchanged on regular basis (More on this will be discussed in the following post with an interesting song to enjoy with).

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Well, after coming back from the East I get three days at Home and thereafter all of us had to proceed westward for the admission formalities of my daughters at Anand-Gujarat.

Along with other set-up and house-keeping, we had to stay there for five days, but still the ‘Yippee’ project was on roll and kept going …

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Now, knowing that the meet was approaching fast, but going by my track record there was a ‘humble request’ from Pradeep ji – ‘Please don’t cancel the visit’!

I assured him that since this time it was for official purpose, it was unlikely to get cancelled. There was in fact the possibility that it could happen very soon as the developments at the workplace were suggesting. So finally, when I resumed office on 20th June, after our return from Anand-Gujarat on 19th, it was decided that I would be leaving for Nellore on 22nd evening…

I thought that I would finish my official work there within three days and then I would reach Chennai by 27th or 28th, but it took me five days at Muthukur-Nellore and finally it was on 29th morning that I started my journey for Chennai (but this delay for helpful for Pradeep ji who was recovering from flu and who had to take rest ) …

I started early at 05:00 hrs from Muthukur for Chennai, and when everything was going well we had a break for breakfast near the Naidupet by-pass and started again.

But suddenly some snag developed in the car and it had to be left there at a near-by petrol pump. The alternative taxi took almost one and half hour to reach and thus delayed the journey.

During all this time Pradeep ji kept reminding me that I needed to update him about my whereabouts at regular intervals. (as he was getting impatient for the meeting … Bahut bechain ham hain …)

Well,the driver of my car was not very familiar with the city of Chennai and the traffic was so heavy that searching on GPS and continuous messaging and calls in between exhausted my cell battery. But before my battery could die, I had passed on the driver’s cell number to Pradeep ji and to my office ( … Suno ab waqt kam hai )

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Ruko ham aa gaye hain

Pradeep ji was aware aboutmy first station at Chennai which was not very far from his place and when I came downstairs after finishing my work at that location, he was standing waiting for me at the reception … we hug each other …

Sunte the shauq se
Ham ye naam door se
Khush ho gayi tabiyat milkar huzoor se

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For the first time after coming into contact with the ASAD team I was meeting a member of the team in person …

And as Atul ji and other members have mentioned in their meeting experiences when they met each other, like all other like-minded friends are, Pradeep ji too is a very simple and kind-hearted person, a generous one, ready to share his collections of music and most importantly the ‘project’ that he single handedly undertook several years back.

And to put in simple words I can just say that he has done a ‘great, great job’

It’s huge!!

And, still I have to go through it completely it’s only a part of it that I have so far been able to understand …

And when he was just showing me the Yippee Project, the ‘permutations-combinations’ that we can use to ‘search’ this huge collection and how we could enjoy it better, and how it could all be achieved at a ‘single click’ – the song, the details(write-up of the blog), the lyrics and how one can enjoy this ..

It was literally like…

Dil kyon taras rahe hain
Nagme baras rahe hain
Nagme baras rahe hain
To aisi barsaat ka bas mazaa leejiye

The experience of meeting Pradeep ji cannot be put in words and so I will just put in simple words that ‘unhone hamaare interzaar mein palken to bichhaa hi rakhi thi’, lekin khatirdari bhi itni ki , ke ‘palak pawde bichhaa diye’.

The emotions and the feelings that I was going through could not be explained in words, I will leave it all to listen to this song and enjoy it all …

It was to feel and savor and I was savoring it, each and every moment that we spent together.

Pradeep ji took me to the heart of the city and show me the important areas where the big-wigs of the city live. He also took me to the ‘boat-club’ of which he is an active member and a ‘rower’, he has qualified and exceeded the minimum requirements required to become a ‘rower’.

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I will cut short here, because I had already requested Pradeep ji that he has also to put his thoughts on the meeting, may be a ‘small write-up’, and while I will mainly write upon the background of the meeting, and he will focus mainly on the proceedings of our meeting on 29th and 30th June’2016.

And yes last but not the least is that I enjoyed the delicious food there and as I also like the city very much. (We both expressed our gratitude to God for creating ‘food’ and ‘music’ 🙂 )

And I am sure Pradeep will like this;

Jab Rafi saab khud nagme paros rahen ho to ham jaise ‘bhookhe-pyaason’ ko aur kya chaahiye

And he sang the song with full gusto and the performances of all the actors/actresses involved in this song are simply entertaining and enjoyable 🙂

Rest all is in the song that is being presented today ‘is mulaaqaat ka bas mazaa lijiye’ and we will cherish these memories forever…

I told him that I had a song already selected for this ‘occasion’, but didn’t disclose this to him and I am sure that he is going to like it very much because it has Rafi Saab singing here and what a wonderful qawwali song this is …

to mazaa lijiye, mazaa lijiye,
lijiye, lijiye, lijiye …

Enjoy music!!!

Today song is from the 1976 film ‘Jaan e Man’ and sung by Mohd Rafi, Mukesh and Hemlata. Lyrics are by Anand Bakshi and music is composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal.
And what a great composition they have came with … its simply highly enjoyable !!

Since the write up has already become too long I will not repeat the details about the movie, which have been discussed in the post earlier here.

(and I am eager to see the tag # ‘Regulars meet at Chennai’ # ) …

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Pradeep Raghunathan’s write up
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Wow Avinash ji.. loved reading your emotions and feelings. I was really looking forward to this meet because like Avinash ji.. I was also guilty to have missed a few of the earlier gangouts (case of so near yet so far). This was all the more reason I wanted this to happen.

Also, to actually a fellow YIPPEEEE!! team member in person would be such a good feeling (I have met Aparna, earlier at the Bangalore Gangout (first one). From the time he said he will be leaving Nagpur, I was trying to see how long it would take him to reach the south of india.

Knowing Murphy and how he works overtime.. his train was delayed by some 5 hours. But, we were not going to be bogged down by such stumbling blocks. The yippeeee gang was literally tracking / stalking Avinash ji on his train journey. I was not too interested in his stay in Krishanpatnam as I was more keen that he reach Chennai at the earliest. The only condition was that I was busy on Sunday. Avinash ji, then made sure that he got his job all completed and leave for chennai only after sunday.

I thought he would leave the previous afternoon, but that was not the case.. He finally left the next day morning and had to cover just around 160 odd kms. As mentioned earlier by Avinash ji.. thanks to Murphy, and the breakdown of the car.. his drive was delayed. We were constantly in touch through whatsapp, making sure they were on the right track :).

Finally, he reached Chennai and we met at one of the offices he had some work at. After this he settled the car and sent him on his way. We then went home and spent a little time over there going through the YIPPEEEE!! collection. Initially, Avinash ji seemed liked a fish out of water.. and then things slowly but surely started making sense (or I hope they did). We were not sure about when Avinash ji was going to reach Chennai.. so there was no lunch at home.. so we stepped out to have a very light masala dosa for lunch. I seriously started doubting the fact that he called himself a foodie now :).

The lack of sleep was showing.. and we then decided to head to his guest house. I assumed that he would get a few hours of rest and we will again catch up later in the evening. I even did not message / whatsapp in this time, not wanting to disturb him. Later when I went to pick him up, did I get to know that he was busy all afternoon and got no rest at all :). We then went to the club and I showed him around the place and how things work with regards to rowing. I wanted Avinash ji to try a few of the specialities of the club and also wash these special dishes down with some nice cool.. but again, he hardly ate anything. After spending some time there, we went back home and that is when Avinash ji gave me a few books, one on Rajesh Khanna, one on Sahir Ludhianvi and the best of the books, was the book full of poems written by his daughter.. when she was in her 7th standard. I was totally floored, and here is a girl with profound poetic skills. God bless her.

After this we got back on to Project Yippeeee!! and i showed Avinash ji, how I go about with things once i get the songs from Avinash ji and the text from Aparna. This took a little time as we completed an entire movie. Then we had a simple dinner, pudina roti and dal. My wife and daughter who had gone out, got back and I introduced Avinash ji to them.

As he had not had any rest all day, we decided to call it a day, and I went and dropped Avinash ji.

Looked like he had a good nights sleep and morning when I went to pick him up.. he was fresh and brimming with energy. With so much energy, we had to go eat.. so we went to this small and unassuming place which I like and take most of my friends there. We ordered 2 malli masala dosa, which is essentially a sandwich dosa with coriander chutney spread on the dosas. While we were waiting for the dosa, we ordered one pongal and vada to just keep us busy :). This is when Khyati Ben was very curious to know where we were and what we were upto. She called us and we described the breakfast to her, and she so wished she was there with us :).

One of the main agenda for me was to copy Project Yippeeee!! and give it to Avinash ji. So we went to a store and bought a fast 64gb pen drive. From there, Avinash ji had to go finish some work, so he hailed a cab and went to complete his work. I got back and started copying project yippeeee!! which would take at least around an hour or more. My afternoon which seemed pretty free suddenly had a lot of driving to do.. with pick up and drops at classes. When I had some time in between.. i went and dropped the pen drive with Avinash ji. He had to leave to the railway station at around 8 and I was sure I would make it before that to see him off. But, then, I had not considered our friendly neighbor, Mr. Murphy. There was a bad traffic jam, and what was supposed to take me just 10 odd mins to reach, felt like Bangalore. I did not want to make Avinash ji wait and get late for his train. So there is still this regret that we could not meet once more before he left. I could take consolation when we spoke though, that he might be now making frequent trips to the south :).

So this was how our Chennai meet went and it was nice to have one here. We were also wondering if there is any other Atulite in Chennai. If there are.. we could make sure we meet them also next time we have a Chennai meetup. It was really nice to have you over in Chennai Avinash ji.. looking forward to your next trip.

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Song-Is mulaaqaat ka bas mazaa leejiye (Jaaneman)(1976) Singers-Rafi, Mukesh, Hemlata , Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
Chorus

Lyrics

Aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa aa aa

Sunte the shauq se
Ham ye naam door se
Khush ho gayi tabeeyat mil kar hazoor se
Hazoor se
Hazoor se
Huzoor se
Haan
Is mulaaqaat ka bas mazaa leejiye
Is mulaaqaat ka bas mazaa leejiye
Is mulaaqaat ka bas mazaa lijiye
Aa aa aa
Aaj ki raat ka bas mazaa lijiye
Is mulaaqaat ka bas mazaa lijiye ae
Is mulaaqaat ka
Dil kyon taras rahe hain
Naghme baras rahe hain
Naghme baras rahe hain
To aisi barsaat ka bas mazaa leejiye
Is mulaaqaat ka bas mazaa leejiye
Is mulaaqaat ka

Ishaara kar rahaa hoon
Haa
Ishaara kar rahaa hoon
Magar main dar rahaa hoon
Ho o o ho ho ho ho ho o
Ho ho ho
Ho ho ho
Ho ho ho
Ho ho ho
Ho ho ho
ho o o
Ishaara kar rahaa hoon
Magar main dar rahaa hoon
Ke dekho rang e mehfil
Sambhaalo sahibon dil

Kyun ke
Kyun ke
Kyun ke
Ishaara kar rahaa hoon
Magar main dar rahaa hoon
Ke dekho rang e mehfil
Aahe
Sambhaalo sahibon dil
Aahe
Ye dil hai teer maana
Aahe
Na ban jaaye ye nishaana

Banaa hai pyaar dulhaa
Pahan khwaabon ka sehraa aa
Bani hai preet dulhan
Dulhan
Bani hai preet dulhan

Dulhan
Bani hai preet dulhan
Dulhan

Bani hai preet dulhan
Dulhan
Bani hai preet dulhan
Dulhan
Dulhan
Dulhan

Bani hai preet dulhan
Jamaa hain dost dushman
To mazaa leejiye
Mazaa leejiye
To mazaa leejiye
aahe Mazaa leejiye
Mazaa leejiye
Leejiye
Leejiye
Dil ki baaraat ka bas mazaa leejiye
Is mulaaqaat ka

Bahut bechain ham hain ae ae ae
Bahut bechain ham hain
Ham hain
Ghazal mein she’r kam hain
Kam hain
Nahin ustaad aaye
Koyee unko bulaaye
Bulaaye
Bulaaye
Bulaaye
Bulaaye
Aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa

Sunaayen aur kya ab
Samjah lo meraa matlab
Koyi dhoondho bahaana
Banaa daalo fasaana
Koyi dhoondho bahaana
Banaa daalo fasaana

Agar ham chup rahenge
To saahib kya kahenge
Agar ham chup rahenge
To saahib kya kahenge
To mazaa leejiye
mazaa leejiye
Mazaa leejiye
aahe mazaa leejiye
Leejiye
Leejiye
Lijiye
mazaa leejiye
mazaa leejiye

Aise haalaat ka bas mazaa lijiye
Is mulaaqaat ka bas mazaa lijiye
Is mulaaqaat ka

Suno ab waqt kam hai
Magar jab tak ke dam hai
Ruke na taal taali
Lagaao taan khaali

Ruko o o
Ruko
Ruko ham aa gaye hain
Sabhi ghabraa gaye hain
Ruko ham aa gaye hain
Sabhi ghabraa gaye hain
Nahin dar ki zaroorat

Zaroorat
Samaa hai khoobsoorat
Shuru ab khel hoga
Shuru ab khel hoga
Aa aa aa aa aa
Aa aa aa aa aa

Shuru ab khel hoga
Dilon ka mel hoga
To mazaa leejiye
Leejiye
Leejiye

Khul ke har baat ka
Ab mazaa leejiye
Is mulaaqaat ka bas mazaa leejiye
Is mulaaqaat ka aa

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Lyrics in Devnagri Script (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ आ

सुनते थे शौक़ से
हम ये नाम दूर से
खुश हो गयी तबियत मिलकर हुज़ूर से
हुज़ूर से
हुज़ूर से
हुज़ूर से
हाँ
इस मुलाक़ात का बस मज़ा लीजिये
इस मुलाक़ात का बस मज़ा लीजिये
इस मुलाक़ात का
आ आ आ
आज की रात का बस मज़ा लीजिये
इस मुलाक़ात का बस मज़ा लीजिये
इस मुलाक़ात का
दिल क्यों तरस रहे हैं
नगमे बरस रहे हैं
नगमे बरस रहे हैं
तो ऐसी बरसात का बस मज़ा लीजिये
इस मुलाक़ात का बस मज़ा लीजिये
इस मुलाक़ात का

इशारा कर रहा हूँ
हा
इशारा कर रहा हूँ
मगर मैं डर रहा हूँ
हो हो हो हो हो हो हो हो ओ
हो हो हो
हो हो हो
हो हो हो
हो हो हो
हो हो हो
इशारा कर रहा हूँ
मगर मैं डर रहा हूँ

के देखो रंग ए महफ़िल
संभालो साहिबों दिल

क्यूँ के
क्यूँ के
क्यूँ के
इशारा कर रहा हूँ
मगर मैं डर रहा हूँ
के देखो रंग ए महफ़िल
आहे
संभालो साहिबों दिल
आहे
ये दिल है तीर माना
आहे
न बन जाए ये निशाना

बना है प्यार दुल्हा
पहन ख़्वाबों का सेहरा आ
बनी है प्रीत दुल्हन
दुल्हन
बनी है प्रीत दुल्हन

दुल्हन
बनी है प्रीत दुल्हन
दुल्हन

बनी है प्रीत दुल्हन
दुल्हन
बनी है प्रीत दुल्हन
दुल्हन
दुल्हन
दुल्हन

बनी है प्रीत दुल्हन
जमा है दोस्त दुश्मन
तो मज़ा लीजिये
मज़ा लीजिये
तो मज़ा लीजिये
आहे मज़ा लीजिये
मज़ा लीजिये
लीजिये
लीजिये
दिल की बरात का बस मज़ा लीजिये
इस मुलाक़ात का

बहुत बेचैन हम हैं ए ए ए
बहुत बेचैन हम हैं
हम हैं
ग़ज़ल में शे’र कम हैं
कम हैं
नहीं उस्ताद आये
कोई उनको बुलाये
बुलाये
बुलाये
बुलाये
बुलाये

आ आ आ आ आ आ आ

सुनाये और क्या अब
समझ लो मेरा मतलब
कोई ढूंढो बहाना
बना डालो फ़साना
कोई ढूंढो बहाना
बना डालो फ़साना

अगर हम चुप रहेंगे
तो साहिब क्या कहेंगे
अगर हम चुप रहेंगे
तो साहिब क्या कहेंगे
तो मज़ा लीजिये
मज़ा लीजिये
तो मज़ा लीजिये
अरे मज़ा लीजिये
लीजिये
लीजिये
लीजिये
लीजिये मज़ा लीजिये
मज़ा लीजिये

ऐसे हालात का बस मज़ा लीजिये
इस मुलाक़ात का बस मज़ा लीजिये
इस मुलाक़ात का

सुनो अब वक़्त कम हैं
मगर जब तक के दम हैं
रुके न ताल ताली
लगाओ तान खाली

रुको ओ ओ
रुको
रुको हम आ गएँ हैं
सभी घबरा गए हैं
रुको हम आ गएँ हैं
सभी घबरा गए हैं
नहीं डर की ज़रुरत

ज़रुरत
समा है खूबसूरत
शुरू अब खेल होगा
शुरू अब खेल होगा
आ आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ आ

शुरू अब खेल होगा
दिलों का मेल होगा
तो मज़ा लीजिये
लीजिये
लीजिये

खुलके हर बात का
अब मज़ा लीजिये
इस मुलाक़ात का बस मज़ा लीजिये
इस मुलाक़ात का

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7 Responses to "Is mulaaqaat ka bas mazaa leejiye"

This is the only song sung by Mukesh for Navketan Films I suppose.

Sorry for diverting the topic. Let the ” peheli mulakaat ” celebrations continue pls.

Excellent description . Felt like reliving those moments myself.
After a very long time, Pradeep ji’s post is seen.
Looks like, after Delhi, I will have to visit Chennai to meet Pradeep ji, Srinivasa Chari ji and Jairam Subramaniam ji.
-AD

I shall really look forward to it Arun ji :). By the way.. who are Srinivasa Chari ji and Jairam Subramaniam ji? Are they in Chennai?

Pradeep ji,
Yes, both are in Chennai.
They are the senior members of RMIM.
I am in regular touch with them via Phone calls and mails.
In fact yesterday only I recd. a DVD containing 600 songs of Shamshad begum, from Chari ji.
-AD

What a wonderful post by this duo! It was a great pleasure to be with you via whatsapp Yippeeeee group during this journey. Looking forward for more of your meetings and write ups.

Arrey waah! Bahut hi, bahut hi, bahut hi mazaa aaya ye write-up padhke. (Yes, I have to say it 3 times to stress the point). 🙂

The jugalbandi has come up with such a fine collective work, it feels like “aankhon dekha haal”. Am really glad Avinashji could finally make it and meet another Atulite – he has always had to cancel on previous occasions.

Could not meet you this time, Avinashji, but I see that you will be making more frequent visits to the South so I am quite hopeful now that Inshallah, wo din door nahin jab hum bhi milenge.

Like Avinashji says, it is always a pleasure to meet like-minded friends of ASAD – I realised that there never seems to be enough time when we get together. Am glad you guys managed it over 2 days, fitting in your own busy schedules.

And the song! At first sight, looking at only the first line, it didn’t seem familiar to me. But when I heard the first couple of lines, it suddenly clicked in my head. I HAVE heard this – many, many years ago, during my high school days. And never heard it since, but it must have been somewhere at the back of my mind. Pleasure to listen to it again, after all these years. Would never have got to hear it if you hadn’t posted it here. So thank you for that too.

Overall, fantastic post! Thanks.

Having met Pradeep, I agree with Avinashji’s assessment of him. We met at the first gang-out but, unfortunately, that has been the only occasion so far. Hopefully will meet him too again. Maybe make a trip when Avinashji makes it to Chennai next time. 🙂

Guys, start looking for a song with 3 male singers that has not yet been posted. 🙂

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