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Hey mujhe dil de

Posted on: October 9, 2022


This article is written by Satyajit Rajurkar, 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 other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

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Music is an irresistible thing. It energizes the soul and is a great stress buster. Indian film music especially is very enchanting and melodious to listen.

Years back, during the age of black and white movies, there was not much variety in music. If you listen to old Hindi songs, you will find almost the same beats. The music was simple, yet it was very melodious. Singers like Mohd Rafi, Kishore Kumar, Mukesh, Lata and Asha were simply outstanding and still their magic is alive.

Although the times have changed and so is the pattern of music. There are varieties of music such as pop, rock, jazz and many more. But still if you compare a new old Hindi song (from 70s and 80s) with any of the latest ones, you will of course find a huge difference. New Old Hindi songs, though outdated, are still most demanded by the people.

The greatest appeal of the 70s is that it combines the simple and casual comfort of pop culture with the elaborate razzmatazz of disco combined with the introduction of electronic instruments and melodious compositions.

The new old retro music of 70s and 80s has done wonders in the Hindi film Industry in those times. These ‘New Old Hindi film songs’ are still favorites and not just among people of old age but also among youngsters. This is because of the fact that New Old Hindi songs used to have more voice transitions and high and low notes which makes their performance more appealing to the listeners. The New Old Hindi songs are always in, unaffected by latest ones.

Now what draws us to the swinging 70s is its rare combination of simple retro chick and disco dazzle. The decade in which women asserted their individuality through carefree dressing. An era when macho men wore florid shirts with broad collars. A time frame that broke out of the formal dress code to celebrate casual style and then climaxed the ‘me-decade’ as it was the beginning of ‘anything goes’ culture and a form of self-expression.

It was a period of ‘paradigm shift’ as far as the Bollywood heroine is concerned. Gone was the demure, submissive leading lady of the 60s and in stepped the empowered, modern heroine of the 70s.

Early 70s heralded with Mumtaz popularizing diaphanous fabrics and layered saris. Sharmila Tagore’s elaborate bouffant, arched eyebrows and Cleopatra-like winged eyeliner became her signature style. The mid-70s witnessed the simple and conservative chick of Hema Malini and Jaya Bhaduri.

The late 70s showcased the emancipated, modern woman whose clothes and accessories reflected her Westernized persona. The pleasantly plump form of a heroine morphed into the slim and lanky hippie look. Svelte Parveen Babi popularized the dancer’s leotard and body suit. ‘Bobby’ launched sweet 16, Dimple Kapadia dressed in true American High School style togged in miniskirts, bikini, hot pants and crop tops.

As for the Bollywood heroes of 70s , mixed era of romances and action flicks – saw a lot of variety from silk-lungi -kurtas and Guru Shirts favored by Rajesh Khanna and hardy denim jackets and bell bottom jeans ported by Amitabh and Dharmendra.

The first half of 70s was ruled by Rajesh Khanna and the latter half by Amitabh Bachchan, romances and then violent vendetta films.

And last but not the least, the 70s gave us excellent and retro songs and mega hits like ‘Sholay’, ‘Bobby’, ‘Amar Akbar Anthony’, ‘Deewaar’ etc.

Here I leave you with my above thoughts to take you to today’s entertaining song. The song is sung mainly by Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle but voices of RD Burman and Bhupinder Singh also figure in chorus. Anand Bakshi is the lyricist and music is trademark RD Burman.

The song is picturised as a party dance song on Shashi Kapoor, Leena Das, Sarita, Sujata and many others.

Lyrics of the song were sent by Prakashchandra.

Video

Audio

Song-Hey mujhe dil de (Mr Romeo)(1973) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-RD Burman
RD Burman, Bhupinder Singh
All
Kishore Kumar + Asha Bhonsle

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)

bablaa bablaa aaa haaa
bablaa bablaa aaa haaa
bablaa bablaa aaa haaa
bablaa bablaa aaa haaa

pampaa papamm papapam
pampaa papamm papapam

hey aey mujhe dil de
nahin to sunn ley ae
main kya karoonga
kya karogey
hey hey mujhe dil de
hmm hmm
nahin to sunn le ae
main kya karoonga
ha kya karoge

main kisi ke naam se
likh ke chitthi pyaar ki
bhej doonga ghar tere
naam tera muft mein
badnaam ho jaayegaaaa
main kisee ke naam se
ha
likh ke chitthi pyaar ki
ha
bhej doonga ghar tere
ha
naam tera muft mein
ha
badnaam ho jaayegaaaa aa
phir uske baad
hogaa kyaa
soch ley ae hey hey ae
jaan ley ae

pappaa paaa ppaappaa
papapaa paaa paaa
pappaa paaa ppaappaa
papapaa paaa paaa
pappaa paaa ppaappaa
papapaa paaa paaa
pappaa paaa ppaappaa
papapaa paaa paaa
pappaa paaa ppaappaa
papapaa paaa paaa
pappaa paaa ppaappaa
papapaa paaa paaa
papapaa paaa paaa
pappaa paaa ppaappaa
papapaa paaa paaa
papapaa paaa paaa
pappaa paaa ppaappaa
papapaa paaa paaa
weeee weee wee wee wee wee
taraa raaa
taraa raaa
tuttuooo paa aaaa
weeee weee wee wee wee wee
taraa raaa
taraa raaa
tuttuooo paa aaaa

bablaa bablaa aaa haaa
bablaa bablaa aaa haaa
bablaa bablaa aaa haaa
bablaa bablaa aaa haaa

hey aey
mujhe dil de
kyon
nahin to sun ley ae ae
main kya karoongaa
kya karogey
hey hey ae
mujhe dil de
nahin to sun ley ae ae
main kya karoongaa
bolo bolo bolo bolo
kal subah akhbaar mein
likha hoga pyaar mein
maine kar lee khudkushi
pyaar tera shehar mein
badnaam ho jaayega
kal subah akhbaar mein
ha
likha hoga pyaar mein
ha
maine kar lee khudkushi
ha
pyaar tera shehar mein
ha
badnaam ho jaayega
phir uske baad
hoga kya
soch le ae hey hey aey ae
jaan le ae

pappaa paaa paa paa
ppaappaa
papapaa paaa paaa
pappaa paaa paa paa
ppaappaa
papapaa paaa paaa
pappaa paaa paa paa
ppaappaa
papapaa paaa paaa
pappaa paaa paa paa
ppaappaa
papapaa paaa paaa

[Pancham singing]

bablaa bablaa aaa haaa
bablaa bablaa aaa haaa
bablaa bablaa aaa haaa
bablaa bablaa aaa haaa

hey
hey
mujhe dil de
kyon
nahin to sunn ley ae
kya
main kya karoongi
kya korogi
arrey hey
mujhe dil de
nahin to sun ley
main kyaa karoongi

kya karogi
main tere ho jaaoongi
naaz woh uthhwaaoongi
chaar din ke pyaar mein
ghar tera baazaar mein
neelaam ho jaayega aa
main teri ho jaaoongi

ha
naaz woh uthhwaaoongi
ha
chaar din ke pyaar mein
ha
ghar teraa baazaar mein
ha
neelaam ho jaayega aa
ye mera card hai aey ae
soch ke shaam tak
mujhe tu telephone
kar dena aa

pappaa paaa paa paa
ppaappaa
papapaa paaa paaa
pappaa paaa paa paa
ppaappaa
papapaa paaa paaa
pappaa paaaaaa papapapapa
pappaa paaa paa paa
ppaappaa
papapaa paaa paaa
pappaa paaa paa paa
ppaappaa
papapaa paaa paaa
pappaa paaaaaa papapapapa
pappaa paaa paa paa
ppaappaa
papapaa paaa paaa
pappaa paaa paa paa
ppaappaa
papapaa paaa paaa
pappaa paaaaaa papapapapa

2 Responses to "Hey mujhe dil de"

A post from Satyajitji after a long time, great to read. Specially the nomenclature for films of the 70s and 80s viz. “New Old Hindi film songs”.
Would like to have more songs from “New Old Hindi film songs”.

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Hi PM Ji,

I’m glad you liked the nomenclature! 😊😊

I will surely try to post some “New Old Hindi Film Songs” in the near future.

Actually, I am very thankful to Avinash Ji for creating and sending this post on my behalf. So now that he has given me a push, I would like to gather momentum and start posting some songs soon enough.

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