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Zere deewaar khade hain tera kya lete hain

Posted on: February 3, 2017


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In HFM, we often have two or more artists with similar/ same names and that leads to lots of confusion and disinformation among music lovers. For instance, there are more than one artists named Raj Kumar, Raj Kumari, Shashi Kapoor, Ghulam Mohammad, Trilok Kapoor etc. Often credit for the work of one artist is erroneously given to another artist of same/ similar names. We in this blog has coined a term “same name confusion.”

This term was coined by Mr Arunkumar Deshmuukh, our beloved inhouse encyclopaedia. He has written several articles in this blog as well as elsewhere, trying to clear matters about artists bearing same name.

There could be an entirely difficult kind of naming confusion too, where one individual is known by more than one name and people thinks that they are difficult individuals. This confusion could be called “multiple name confusion”. 🙂 This term was coined a few hours ago by Gajendra Khanna, one of our HFM regulars.

Our anniversary expert, Mahesh Mamadapur mentioned the fact that today (3 february 2017) was the death anniversary of A R Qureshi. He lamented that there was no wiki page on him. Then some people advised him to look up the name of Ustad Allarakha, the tabla maestro. Mahesh Mamadapur thought that they were two different individuals.

But no, A R Qureshi the music director and Allarakha Qureshy, who made his mark as a tabla player, are one and the same person.

As a music director, A R Qureshy composed 324 songs in 37 movies from 1944 (Maa Baap) to 1964 (Idd Ka Chaand). This blog has 38 songs from 14 of his movies.

As can be noticed, as many as 25 movies of A R Qureshi are not yet represented in the blog. These are obscure movies with obscure songs, which are difficult to locate.

On the occasion of the death anniversary of A R Qureshi, also known as Ustad Allarakha, father of Ustad Zakir Hussain, here is the first song from “Sakhi Katim”(1955) to appear in the blog. This movie was produced by Ramniklal N Shah and directed by Nanubhai Vakil for Shah Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Noor, Daljit, Chitra, Hiralal, Wazir Mohammad Khan, Al Nasir, Prakash, Mumtaz Ali, Narbada Shankar, Munshi Munaqqa, Raja Salim, Jagdish Kanwal, Malika, baby Sheila Mumtaz, Kanta Kumari, Savitri, Shashimala, Jharna, Chandrakala, Chanda etc in it.

This song is sung by Talat Mehmood. Kaifi Azmi is the lyricist. Music is composed by A R Qureshi.

With this song, “Sakhi Hatim”(1955) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Zere deewaar khade hain tera kya lete hain (Sakhi Hatim)(1955) Singer-Talat Mehmood, Lyrics-Kaifi Azmi, MD-A R Qureshi

Lyrics

haan aan aan
zere deewaar khade hain
tera kya lete hain aen aen
dekh lete hain
tapish dil ki bujha lete hain aen aen

zere deewaar khade hain
tera kya lete hain
zere deewaar khade hain
tera kya lete hain
dekh lete hain
tapish dil ki bujha lete hain
dekh lete hain
tapish dil ki bujha lete hain

kyun mana karte ho
ham khud hi chale jaayenge
kyu mana karte ho
ham khud hi chale jaayenge ae ae
baith jaate hain
jahaan dhooni rama lete hain
baith jaate hain
jahaan dhooni rama lete hain
dekh lete hain
tapish dil ki bujha lete hain

chasme nargis hain tere mai ke gulaabi pyaale
ae ae ae ae ae ae
ae ae ae ae ae ae
chasme nargis hain tere mai ke gulaabi pyaale ae
chasme nargis hain tere mai ke gulaabi pyaale ae ae
bin piye hi mujhe mastaana bana dete hain
bin piye hi mujhe mastaana bana dete hain
dekh lete hain
tapish dil ki bujha lete hain

dede ab husn ki khairaat
ke arsa guzra
dede ab husn ki khairaat
ke arsa guzra aa aa aa
ham fakeera
na tere dar pe sada dete hain
ham fakeera
na tere dar pe sada dete hain
dekh lete hain
tapish dil ki bujha lete hain
zere deewar khade hain
tera kya lete hain

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1 Response to "Zere deewaar khade hain tera kya lete hain"

Dear Atul ji,
Many thanks for a lovely composition of Ustad Allah Rakha saheb rendered by the dulcet voiced Talat saheb.
Warm regards,
Avadh Lal

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