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Toote huye do dil tere darbaar mein aaye

Posted on: January 14, 2018


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“Kaise Kahoon”(1945) was directed by Moti B Gidwani for Pancholi Art Pictures, Lahore. The movie had Raagini, Jageerdaar, Akhtar, Najam, G N Butt, Durga Mota etc in it.

The movie had eleven songs in it. One song has been covered in the past.

Here is the second song from “Kaise Kahoon”(1945) to appear in the blog.

HFGK is silent about the singer of the movie. The uploader of the song (our own Mr Sadanand Kamath) mentions Zeenat Begam as the singer.

Qamar Jalalabadi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Pt Amarnath.

Ony the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Toote huye do dil tere darbaar mein aaye (Kaise Kahoon)(1945) Singer-Zeenat Begam, Lyrics-Qamar Jalalabadi, MD-Pt Amarnath

Lyrics

toote huye do dil
toote huye do dil
tere darbaar mein aaye
bhagwaan
bhagwaan inhen kaun milaaye
ae ae
kaun milaaye
toote huye do dil
tere darbaar mein aaye
bhagwaan
bhagwaan inhen kaun milaaye
ae ae
kaun milaaye
toote huye do dil

ek baag ke do phoolon ko
toofaan ne ghera
aakaash ke do taaron pe
chhaaya hai andhera
ek baag ke do phoolon ko
toofaan ne ghera
aakaash ke do taaron pe
chhaaya hai andhera
ab raah inhen
ab raah inhen kaun dikhaaye ae ae
toote huye do dil
toote huye do dil
tere darbaar mein aaye
bhagwaan
bhagwaan inhen kaun milaaye
ae ae
kaun milaaye
toote huye do dil

do phool jo hanste thhe
wo ab rone lage hain
do phool jo hanste thhe
wo ab rone lage hain
do haath mile
milke juda hone lage hain
do haath mile
milke juda hone lage hain
bhagwaan inhen
bhagwaan inhen kaun milaaye ae ae
toote huye do dil
toote huye do dil
tere darbaar mein aaye
bhagwaan
bhagwaan inhen kaun milaaye
ae ae
kaun milaaye
toote huye do dil

in aankhon mein kal pyaar thha
aaj hai paani
patthar ka bhi dil mom hua
sun ke kahaani
jin aankhon mein kal pyaar thha
aaj hai paani
patthar ka bhi dil mom hua
sun ke kahaani
bhagwaan tujhe
bhagwaan tujhe raham na aaye
toote huye do dil
toote huye do dil
tere darbaar mein aaye
bhagwaan
bhagwaan inhen kaun milaaye

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1 Response to "Toote huye do dil tere darbaar mein aaye"

Atul ji,

The video of the song was uploaded by me only yesterday as I liked this song immensely. Until then,the full song was not available on YT.
The voice is unmistakably of Zeenat Begum and I guess, the song was picturised on Ragini for two reasons – First, Ragini was known to do mostly the pathos filled roles and the lyrics of this song point towards that. Second, I had read an interview of Ragini few years back that she always preferred Zeenat Begum to sing for her.

The gist of the story of the film is as under:

A doctor (Gajanan Jagirdar) has a son and two grown up daughters – Geeta (Ragini) and Basanti (Baby Akhtar). The son who was in Burma is expected to return home, However, he is accidentally killed by Pradeep (Najam ul Hasan) without knowing the identity of the deceased. As it often happens in Hindi films, coincidentally, Pradeep lands in doctor’s house for an overnight stay. He falls in love with Geeta instantaneously. The overnight guest becomes a permanent attachment. Basanti, the younger sister of Geeta, is also happy about her sister’s love for Pradeep.

As usual in Hindi films, when the love reaches a finale, a villain, a zamindar (probably Ajmal) steps in the picture. He comes to know about the accidental death of doctor’s son and the killer who is none other than Pradeep. After a lot of suspicions and misunderstanding, the things gets cleared and Pradeep gets his fiancee Geeta.
(Based on a review of the film in January 1946 issue of ‘Filmindia’.)

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