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Le Ke Sahaara Tere Pyaar Ka

Posted on: April 4, 2017


This article is written by Sudhir, 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.

Mohammed Rafi – ‘अ’  से  ‘ह’ तक  (From ‘अ’ to ‘ह’) – 33
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“ले के सहारा तेरे प्यार का

OK, back again, even a longer absence this time. About these gaps, the less I say is better, because everything sounds like an old story. So I will let it be. 🙂

Coming the next installment in this series of Rafi Sb songs.  Today, I present a solo by Rafi Sb, from the 1960 film ‘Naache Nagin Baaje Been’.

Just three days back, the blog turned over the counter at 13 thousand one hundred songs. The incessant march of this bandwagon continues. The vast ocean of the Hindi film song is spread from here to the horizon, beckoning us to explore, to enjoy and to share. Even if we confine ourselves to the first five decades of this endearing art form called the Hindi Film Song, we have just about explored less than a quarter of all that there is. Certainly, a portion of this treasure is probably lost forever. But there is still a huge share still awaiting to be uncovered once again.

Yes, the exploration gets harder now, as we move farther away from the familiar shores, and into the unexplored waters – read that as unsung and obscure songs that got created, but have remained unheard for decades, lost in the gloom of the dimly lit side lanes. The main street, with its lights and bands, witnesses the popular parades that people watch often. But it is the side lanes, dimly lit and scary, that hold the promise of the lost gems.

Atul ji is on a mission these days, based on his new year resolution that he made at the beginning of the year – that he will introduce a new film on this blog every single day. That means by the end of the year, the blog would be richer by the addition of songs from 365 films that we probably have not even heard of. And the going is good, so far. 🙂

As we touched the 13,100th mark three days ago, we also checked in the 2700th song of the matchless singer – Rafi Sb. Adding on to the songs by him, I bring in the next instalment of this series. Readers may recall that I have done a earlier series of Rafi Sb’s songs, which went from ‘A’ to ‘Z’. And it made me realize that, for the obvious reason, the mapping from the Hindi to English alphabet is less than perfect. That gave me the idea for this series, working the sequence through the Hindi alphabet. When I started this series, I was not so sure that I would find songs for all the alphabets, given that we were about 2000+ of his songs already on the blog. My personal preference was to search out and present solo songs, and I dare say that barring four songs out of the 33 posted in this series so far, I have been able to ferret out some real solo gems for this series. Now, coming to close in a few more instalments, I hope to be able to continue this presentation as planned.

Today, I present this lovely poignant song of calling out to the beloved.  Partly a song of sadness – since the lover is able reach out to the beloved, but in this case, there is an unwilling and hesitant response to the lover’s call. As I tried to search some information about the film, I can put together the story line as such.

Chandrashekhar, a musician belonging to a well to do family, falls in love with Kumkum, a ‘saperan’ – daughter of a family of snake charmers. The love blossoms, but then it is revealed that she has a curse from childhood. The curse says that she cannot be married – whoever marries her will be done to death by a snake bite. The rest of the storyline is about her trials and her resolve which finally brings her victory over the dreaded curse, and the two lovers are able to get married.

The scenario of that victory is displayed in another wonderful song of this film, which has been posted earlier – “Hum Jaan Lutaa Denge Apni Saajan Ki Jaan Se Pehle”. In the sequence of the storyline, this today’s song is probably placed at the time when the two, having fallen for each other, are made aware of the curse. Or maybe it is just the lady who is made aware thus. So we see the lover, pining to meet and see his beloved, but the lady, with anguish and pain writ all over her expressions, is trying to avoid seeing him. I think that is where this song would fit into the storyline.

A lovely expression –

le ke sahaara tere pyaar ka
dekhe rasta tera koi beqaraar sa

Words are from the pen of Majrooh Sb, and melody from the mind of Chitragupt. On screen, the song is performed by Chandrashekhar, trying to get a glance of love from Kumkum, who is apparently torn between her love, and the knowledge of the curse. It is her expressions that give more of a life to this song. It is performances like this that make her an endearing favourite of mine. In so many films, so many scenes, we see her going through expressions and performances that command the scene oh so completely. A wonderful dancer and actress, she is.

Another beautiful creation, heard often during the radio listening days, but now faded from the memory. Reviving those memories, I present this must listen song, for many reasons, most of all being that it is in the voice of Rafi Sb who is a master in the delivery of poignancy. I am sure you will want to listen to this song again and again. Listen, and enjoy. . . and wonder.

Song – Le Ke Sahaara Tere Pyaar Ka (Naache Nagin Baaje Been) (1960) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Lyrics – Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD – Chitragupt

Lyrics

ooo
oo oo
oo oo ooo

le ke sahaara tere pyaar ka..aa
le ke sahaara tere pyaar ka
dekhe rasta tera haaye
koi beqaraar sa
le ke sahaara tere pyaar ka
hoo
le ke sahaara tere pyaar ka

khili to hai daali daali
kali teri yaad ki
magar tere gham ka shola
lagaata hai aag si
khili to hai daali daali
kali teri yaad ki
magar tere gham ka shola
lagaata hai aag si
sitam hai suhaana
zamaana ye bahaar ka
le ke sahaara tere pyaar ka
oo oo
le ke sahaara tere pyaar ka

dil hi mila hai aisa
hum ko naseeb se
behle na dekhe bina
tujhko kareeb se
dil hi mila hai aisa
hum ko naseeb se
behle na dekhe bina
tujhko kareeb se
kahe hai deewaana
deewaana hoon main yaar ka
le ke sahaara tere pyaar ka
oo oo
le ke sahaara tere pyaar ka

kabhi ghar se baahar aa ke
meri chaah dekhte
pathraa gaye do naina
teri raah dekhte
kabhi ghar se baahar aa ke
meri chaah dekhte
pathraa gaye do naina
teri raah dekhte
zara sunte jaana
afsaana intezaar ka
le ke sahaara tere pyaar ka
haaye
le ke sahaara tere pyaar ka
dekhe rasta tera haaye
koi beqaraar sa
le ke sahaara tere pyaar ka
oo oo
le ke sahaara tere pyaar ka

le ke sahaara tere pyaar ka
oo oo
le ke sahaara tere pyaar ka

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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ओ॰॰॰
ओ ओ
ओ ओ ओ॰॰

ले के सहारा तेरे प्यार का॰॰
ले के सहारा तेरे प्यार का
देखे रस्ता तेरा हाए
कोई बेक़रार सा
ले के सहारा तेरे प्यार का
हो॰॰
ले के सहारा तेरे प्यार का

खिली तो है डाली डाली
काली तेरी याद की
मगर तेरे ग़म का शोला
लगाता है आग सी
खिली तो है डाली डाली
काली तेरी याद की
मगर तेरे ग़म का शोला
लगाता है आग सी
सितम है सुहाना
ज़माना ये बहार
ले के सहारा तेरे प्यार का
ओ ओ
ले के सहारा तेरे प्यार का

दिल ही मिला है ऐसा
हमको नसीब से
बहले ना देखे बिना
तुमको करीब से
दिल ही मिला है ऐसा
हमको नसीब से
बहले ना देखे बिना
तुमको करीब से
कहे है दीवाना
दीवाना हूँ मैं यार का
ले के सहारा तेरे प्यार का
ओ ओ
ले के सहारा तेरे प्यार का

कभी घर से बाहर आ के
मेरी चाह देखते
पथरा गए हैं नैना
तेरी राह देखते
कभी घर से बाहर आ के
मेरी चाह देखते
पथरा गए हैं नैना
तेरी राह देखते
ज़रा सुनते जाना
अफसाना इंतज़ार का
ले के सहारा तेरे प्यार का
हाए
ले के सहारा तेरे प्यार का
देखे रस्ता तेरा हाए
कोई बेक़रार सा
ले के सहारा तेरे प्यार का
ओ ओ
ले के सहारा तेरे प्यार का

ले के सहारा तेरे प्यार का
ओ ओ
ले के सहारा तेरे प्यार का

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