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Dil aashna hai jigar aashna hai

Posted on: November 2, 2016


This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a 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.

Hullo to all in Atuldom

A very belated Happy Diwali to all those who I missed to wish. Hope it was sweet and well lit for all. We are into the new Samvat and here is the first birthday.

We all know this birthday boy as a winner of 14 filmfare awards. He has a significant fan following in Asia and among the Indian Diasporas across the globe. He is one who dared to pick villainous roles early on in his career –something like say Vinod Khanna or Shatrughan Sinha of the previous generation. He is the pet of the film maker who is considered the king of romantic films in the current era. His paternal grandfather was a Pathan and the family moved to India post 1948. He grew up in Delhi and was educated from schools and colleges there but his road to fame and fortune began when he joined the Theatre Action Group and was mentored by Barry John. Oh yes I am speaking of Badshah alias Raj (naam toh suna hoga?) alias Rahul alias Shahrukh Kkkkhan –like the way he said KKKKiran in one of his early movies.

On the occasion of Shahrukh Khan’s 51st birthday let us have a song from the first movie he signed. The song showcases the young “Badshah’s” beautifully emoting eyes. It shows the promise of things that were in store for the public. It is not a small achievement for a person without any filmy background to make it big in the industry and stay at the top; something similar to what his predecessors Dilip Kumar, Rajesh Khanna and Amitabh Bachchan did. (Though all have their individual styles they all claim to be a fan of the Dilip Kumar).

He was first appreciated in TV serials. He was offered Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman by Aziz Mirza who directed him in “Circus” almost at the same time as Hema Malini who cast him in her multi starrer for her directorial debut “Dil Aashna Hai”. He was cast opposite Divya Bharati who was also his co-star in his first released movie- Deewaana.

“Dil Aashna Hai” (1992) means that “the heart knows the truth”. I think they had used this as a tag line for the movie.

The movie had a very straight forward storyline that a rich man’s son Shahrukh Khan falls in love with a dancer in his dad’s hotel which his dad doesn’t appreciate. To complicate matters the girl’s origins are doubtful. She has been raised by a courtesan in a brothel. As if that was not enough the courtesan on her death bed gives the girl a brief about her history- she has been adopted by the courtesan from a Dai – nanny (Farida Jalal). The Dai tells her about three friends who ended up being naughty with their boyfriends and in due course this girl was born. (The movie doesn’t mention who is the mother for quite some time.) But if that was divulged early how will we have complications, correct? So then the young couple (Shahrukh Khan- Divya Bharti) goes about looking for the real mother. That then is the synopsis of the movie which had Amrita Singh- Jeetendra, Dimple Kapadia- Mithun Chakravarty, Sonu Walia- Naseer Abdullah ( he was a model before this movie), with Kabir Bedi.

The songs for the movie were penned by Majrooh Sultanpuri and music was by Anand Milind. This song is in the voices of Sadhana Sargam and Suresh Wadkar.

Atul’s note-This song also has a female solo version sung by Sadhana Sargam and picturised as a background song which is used to give us an idea about the identity of the mother of Divya Bharti. 🙂

Audio – Duet version

Video – Duet version

Audio – Female solo version

Video – Female solo version

Song-Dil aashna hai (Dil Aashna Hai)(1992) Singers-Suresh Wadkar, Sadhana Sargam, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpur, MD-Anand Milind
Both

Lyrics

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Duet version
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dil aashna hai
jigar aashna hai
dil aashna hai
jigar aashna hai
tumse toh hamaari
haan tumse toh hamaari
nazar aashna hai ae
dil aashna hai
jigar aashna hai
tumse toh hamaari
nazar aashna hai
dil aashna hai

tere gham ke sadke jaaun
main hoon tere saath mein
ke de de tu in haathon ko
sanam mere haath mein
tere gham ke sadke jaaun
main hoon tere saath mein
ke de de tu in haathon ko
sanam mere haath mein
tujhe fikr kyun hai jaanam m
ho o o
tujhe fikr kyun hai jaanam
arey main hoon tera humdam
ke ab to ye gham tera
mera gham hai jaane jaan
dil aashna hai
jigar aashna hai
tumse toh hamaari
nazar aashna hai
dil aashna hai

idhar aa main tere aansoo
jigar mein utaar loon
zara tu jo hans ke dekhe
yeh raste sanwaar doon
idhar aa main tere aansoo
jigar mein utaar loon
zara tu jo hans ke dekhe
yeh raste sanwaar doon
tera humsafar mera dil il
ho o o
tera humsafar mera dil
milegi na kaise manzil
akeli nahin hai tu
main hoon tera kaarwaan
dil aashna hai
jigar aashna hai
dil aashna hai
jigar aashna hai
tumse to hamaari
nazar aashna hai

dil aashna hai
dil aashna hai
dil aashna hai

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Female solo version (Sadhana Sargam)
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ho pardanasheen
tum chhupo laakh hamse
ye dil aashna hai
tumhen jaanta hai
tumhen jaanta hai
tumhen chaahta hai
tumhaare hi daaman
panaah chaahta hai
tumhen jhilmilaate sitaaron mein dekha
jawaani ki mast bahaaron mein dekha
ye dil aashna hai
tumhen jaanta hai
tumhen jaanta hai
tumhen chaahta hai
tumhaare hi daaman panaah chaahta hai
judaai ki pursoz aahon mein dekha
galey milte kaali ghataaon mein dekha
ye dil aashna hai
tumhen jaanta hai
tumhen jaanta hai
tumhen chaahta hai
tumhaare hi daaman panaah chaahta hai
bada bemurawwat ye sangdil jahaan hai
tu aa mere mehboob
rehbar kahaan hai
ye dil aashna hai’ye dil aashna hai

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