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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 – Duets – ‘अ’  से  ‘ह’ तक  (From ‘अ’ to ‘ह’) – 3
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‘इ’

मेरी आवाज़ के पीछे चले आओ
चले आओ
चले आओ॰ ॰ ॰

Aah, only if it were possible in this physical world. The only recourse is to listen to the recordings. That charisma is going to remain alive, till the time there is music on this earth. The magic of Rafi Sb’s voice will never cease.

Moving ahead with the next instalment of this series. Picking up next letter ‘इ’, I bring to the blog this wonderful favourite song, which has become a rarity these days. I could not find this song online. Another collector in his own channel has, with deliberation, posted a very short clip of this song. I can see comments from other listeners, requesting for posting the complete song. But of course, some people, you know. . .

The song is from the film ‘Pyaar Ki Jeet’ from 1962. The film is produced under the banner of Roopvani Films and is directed by Vasant Painter. The cast of actors includes Mahipal, Indira, Heeralal, Ratnamala, Pal Sharma, SK Shukla, Baby Shobha, Kalpana, Mohan Choti, Arun, and Polson amongst others.

Only four songs are listed for this film. The songs are written by Qamar Jalaalabaadi and the music direction is by Sudhir Phadke.

In this song, the voice accompanying Rafi Sb’s, is of Asha Bhosle. The song has such an endearing flow, and when it comes to end after two antaraas, it seems almost abrupt. It builds into such a comfortable listen that, when it ends, the feeling it leaves behind is – ‘it ended too soon, there should be more’. Simple words, simple melody, rendered with deliberate softness and slowness. What a lovely song which is full of sadness of separation. Very touching.

Song – Is Jag Mein Kahin Bhi Rahiyo (Pyaar Ki Jeet) (1967) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Mohammed Rafi, Lyrics – Qamar Jalaalabaadi, MD – Sudhir Phadke

Lyrics

is jag mein kahin bhi rahiyo
meri preet bhool na jaiyo

is jag mein kahin bhi rahiyo
meri preet bhool na jaiyo

is jag mein kahin bhi rahiyo. . oo. . oo. .

ye lahu nahin hai pag mein
aasha ka lahu behta hai
tum sun jo sako to sun lo
beh beh ke tumhen kehta hai
aasha ko tod na jaiyo. . oo. . oo. .
meri preet bhool na jaiyo
is jag mein kahin bhi rahiyo. . oo. . oo. .

is lahu ko ik din sajni
sindoor banana hoga
teri maang sajaani hogi
doli mein bithaana hoga
us din ki khoj mein rahiyo. . oo. . oo. .
meri preet bhool na jaiyo
is jag mein kahin bhi rahiyo
meri preet bhool na jaiyo

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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इस जग में कहीं  भी राहियो
मेरी प्रीत भूल ना जइयो

इस जग में कहीं  भी राहियो
मेरी प्रीत भूल ना जइयो

इस जग में कहीं  भी राहियो॰॰ ओ॰॰ ओ॰॰

ये लहू नहीं है पग में
आशा का लहू बहता है
तुम सुन जो सको तो सुन लो
बह बह के तुम्हें कहता है
आशा को तोड़ ना जइयो॰॰ ओ॰॰ ओ॰॰
मेरी प्रीत भूल ना जइयो
इस जग में कहीं भी रहियो॰॰ ओ॰॰ ओ॰॰

इस लहू को इक दिन सजनी
सिंदूर बनाना होगा
तेरी मांग सजानी होगी
डोली में बिठाना होगा
उस दिन की खोज में रहियो॰॰ ओ॰॰ ओ॰॰
मेरी प्रीत भूल ना जइयो
इस जग में कहीं  भी राहियो
मेरी प्रीत भूल ना जइयो

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This article is written by Bharat Upadhyay, 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.

Blog Day : 3456 Post No. : 13860

Lata’s Songs NOT YET covered on our Blog – 21
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The last post I had posted on our wonderful musical blog was on 11th October 2017 !! After such a looooooooong gap, I am encouraged by what Sadanand Bhai has started and being one of the contributors (though a minor one) I am trying to post one song in this new year in my series ‘Lata’s Songs NOT YET covered on our Blog’.

This reminds me of a funny proverb in Gujarati, ‘Mai Bhi Dich’. In olden days there were community dinners for various castes and there was a dinner hosted for Brahmins. All will sit on cleaned ground in rows and the host will come to each with salt in the hand and ask for the sub-caste of Brahmins. The town had maximum Audichya Brahmins, so the major response from the row will be ‘AauDICH’, which sounded ‘Dich’ ‘Dich’ on the whole. One Miyabhai was tempted to taste the wonderful smelling food, also set down in the row. When the host came to him he said ‘Ma Bhi Dich’ and exposed himself that he was not a Brahmin. (ha ha ha ha )

I am like that Miyabhai trying to present one song in this New Year.

The 1949 film ‘Bhedi Bangla’ was a stunt film produced by ‘Jagruti Pictures, Bambai’ (as the city was called then) and directed by Bhagwan. The star-cast included himself as well as Baburao, Azim, Shankar Mirajkar, Inamdar, KK Swamy, Leela Gupte, Usha Shukla, Tarabai etc.

The music is by P Ramakant to the lyrics are by Ehsan Rizvi. The film has eight songs and Lataji had sung five of them, according to the book ‘Lata Samagra’ – 3 Solos and 2 Duets with Chitalkar. HFGK is slent about the singers of 7 songs of this film, and attributes only one song to the credit of Lataji.


Song–Kaali Ghata Chhaaye Re (Bhedi Bangla) (1949) Singer – Lata Mangeshkar, Chitalkar, Lyrics – Ehsaan Rizvi, MD – P Ramakant

Lyrics

kaali ghata chhaaye re
dupatta uda jaaye
ho oo oo oo
oo oo oo
kaali ghata chhaaye re
dupatta uda jaaye
madbhari rut mori
madbhari rutu mori sudh bisaraaye
kaali ghata chhaaye re
dupatta uda jaaye
ho oo oo oo
oo oo oo
kaali ghata chhaaye re
dupatta uda jaaye

haaye khoyee khoyee hain khilti jawaaniya
sunne waala koi nahin preet ki kahaaniya
saawan to aa gaya
tu bhi chalaa aaye
kaali ghata chhaaye re
dupatta uda jaaye
ho oo oo oo
oo oo oo
kaali ghata chhaaye re
dupatta uda jaaye
 
tumne hamen paas bulaaya
door se pukaar ke
ji door se pukaar ke
daude huye aa gaye
saath ham bahaar ke
saath ham bahaar ke
ghunghat ab to khol de bijli laheraaye
kaali ghata chhaaye re
dupatta uda jaaye
ho oo oo oo
oo oo oo
kaali ghata chhaaye re
dupatta uda jaaye
 
ek koyal ki kookon ne
mann mera tadpaaya hai
upar se ik be-bulaaya mehmaan aaya hai
baadal garje darr laage
main kaise kahun jaaye
kaali ghata chhaaye re
dupatta uda jaaye
ho oo oo oo
oo oo oo
kaali ghata chhaaye re
dupatta uda jaaye

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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काली घाटा छाए रे
दुपट्टा उड़ा जाये
हो ओ ओ ओ
ओ ओ ओ
काली घाटा छाए रे
दुपट्टा उड़ा जाये
मदभरी रूत मोरी
मदभरी रूत मोरी सुध बिसराए
काली घाटा छाए रे
दुपट्टा उड़ा जाये
हो ओ ओ ओ
ओ ओ ओ
काली घाटा छाए रे
दुपट्टा उड़ा जाये

हाए खोई खोई हैं खिलती जवानियाँ
सुनने वाला कोई नहीं प्रीत की कहानियाँ
सावन तो आ गया
तू भी चला आए
काली घाटा छाए रे
दुपट्टा उड़ा जाये
हो ओ ओ ओ
ओ ओ ओ
काली घाटा छाए रे
दुपट्टा उड़ा जाये

तुमने हमें पास बुलाया
दूर से पुकार के
जी दूर से पुकार के
दौड़े हुये आ गए
साथ हम बहार के
घूँघट अब तो खोल दे बिजली लहराए
काली घाटा छाए रे
दुपट्टा उड़ा जाये
हो ओ ओ ओ
ओ ओ ओ
काली घाटा छाए रे
दुपट्टा उड़ा जाये

एक कोयल की कूकों ने
मन मेरा तड़पाया है
ऊपर से इक बे-बुलाया मेहमान आया है
बादल गरजे डर लागे
मैं कैसे कहूँ जाये
काली घाटा छाए रे
दुपट्टा उड़ा जाये
हो ओ ओ ओ
ओ ओ ओ
काली घाटा छाए रे
दुपट्टा उड़ा जाये


This article is written by Raja, 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.

Just five days ago, I’d written a post here paying tribute to one of the most loved legends of the Hindi film industry, Mohammad Rafi, on his birth anniversary. Referred to by many (including me) as Rafisaab, he was a giant in his field. Yet  he remained humble to his last day, never letting success get to his head. He treated everyone with great respect and, in turn, earned the respect of everyone he interacted with.

Today we pay tribute to another legend of the industry on his birth anniversary. Also a superstar in his own right, albeit for a relatively short period of time, he was possibly the best antithesis of Rafisaab in terms of letting success get to his head, treating everyone with great respect, and in turn, earning respect of everyone he interacted with. Thus his career, and his life, turned out to be very different from Rafisaab’s. Everyone goes through ups and downs in his career – and both this person and Rafisaab are not exceptions to this phenomenon.

Yet, even in his “downs”, there were those who stood by Rafisaab. The goodwill he had earned earlier stood him in good stead. On the other hand though, this other legendary person was not so lucky. His airs and rather dismissive (to use the most charitable term I can think of) treatment of others during his heyday, came back to haunt him when he was on his way down.  He hadn’t built enough goodwill, his relationships were damaged – this only hastened his downfall. Although he made a somewhat modest recovery later, and even admitted to his earlier mistakes, his image as an arrogant, even mean and vindictive, person stayed till his last day.

This world can be so unforgiving.

By now, I’m sure everyone knows who I am talking about. The one-time superstar of Hindi cinema, the one who at one time could deliver a superhit even if the main character in his film was an elephant, the one whose mere smile and slight shake of the head had audiences in a swoon, the one who set off a rage of buttoned-up silk kurtas as a fashion trend – yes, I am talking about Rajesh Khanna.

He would have been 75 today if he’d been alive. But he didn’t live to even see 70 – he died in 2012, when still just 69. Although he’d been ailing for a while, news of his death still shocked me – I wrote a blogpost on the occasion on my blog, in tribute to him.

See, here’s the thing. I don’t, for one moment, defend Rajesh Khanna for all his wrongdoings, his arrogance, any charges that anyone might level against him. If true, he must rightly be called out for them.  So  if anyone is trying to troll me by pointing out his failings (this happens sometimes) and expecting me to defend Rajesh Khanna, it won’t work – I will probably wholeheartedly agree with them. I am not living in denial about his misdeeds.

Yet, I can also not deny that Rajesh Khanna’s films provided me with a lot of entertainment and fun in my childhood days, of which I still have very fond memories. It just so happened that his superstar days coincided almost exactly with the time that I was watching Hindi films as a young boy. I have a sort of attachment towards him that is hard to explain –  considering everything else. It of course need not have been so. Atul too is of my era – and he has no such attachment.  Fair enough. I happen to have it – and even now, I sometimes watch videos of Rajesh Khanna songs of that 1969-1973 period, and get transported to that period.

I distinctly remember watching him then in songs like “Gussa Itna Haseen Hai  To Pyar Kaisa Hoga” (‘Maryada’), “Yahaan Wahaan Saare Jahaan Mein Tera Raaj Hai” (‘Aan Milo Sajna’), “Ye Jo Mohabbat Hai”, “Ye Shaam Mastaani”, and “Pyaar Deewaana Hota Hai” (all three from ‘Kati Patang’ – one of my favourite films at the time),  “Rona Kabhi Nahin Rona” (‘Apna Desh’), “Vaada Tera Vaada” (‘Dushman’), “O Mere Dil Ke Chain” (‘Mere Jeevan Saathi’)  and many more songs – and enjoying these songs and his mannerisms a lot.

I was very young then – and initially thought he was singing these songs himself. 🙂 When I was told he was only the actor in front of the camera and that someone else (in this case, Kishore Kumar) was the singer, I remember being a bit disappointed. But that did not take away from the enjoyment of the songs, or his mannerisms, or the films. Later on, when his mannerisms became forced and began to jar, the long hair (which was a fashion at the time)  made him look less appealing to me, and the quality of films too began dropping, the charm wore off, not only for India’s masses, but also for me. (After all, I also belonged to those masses).

But for the memories of those few early years, I have always had a soft corner for Rajesh Khanna. That sideways tilt of the head, that dialogue delivery (check out the dialogue just before the song “Daanton Taley Dabaa Kar Honth” from ‘Doli’ – the video is available on YouTube – and you will know what I mean). These are the memories of him I always keep with me. I have not watched many of his later films – maybe because I want to keep his 1969-73 image in my mind and not  a 1985 one. Having said that, I’ve heard that some of his 1980s films are worth a watch – so I think I will give them a try.

So, to summarise, yes, Rajesh Khanna had a lot of faults – more than probably any other actor. But he also had a meteoric rise that no other actor had – and , while he need not have let success get to his head – he was also only human. Sometimes maybe you do need extremes to make a point.

Maybe it is examples like Rafisaab (or probably for a more modern generation, Rahul Dravid) and Rajesh Khanna that can be held up for youngsters. When you achieve success, make sure you don’t lose your head. Make sure you follow the Rafisaab (or Dravid) example, not the Rajesh Khanna one. I don’t think Rajesh Khanna himself would mind this. Much later in life, he did realize his mistakes – and warned other youngsters not to fall prey to their own success. A lesson learnt the hard way.

Coming to the song for today. As always with Rajesh Khanna songs, I prefer to roll back the years and  go back to the Rajesh Khanna of 1969-73. The film si ‘Joru Ka Ghulaam’ (1972) – one of the films I distinctly remember from my childhood days. It is not one of Rajesh’s biggest hits, but I remember quite liking the film when I saw it. One of its songs,  “Nainon Mein, Nindiya Hai”, was very popular in its time. But the other songs were also fairly well-known, as was not uncommon for songs from Rajesh Khanna films at the time.

The song is “Baras Gayi Re Taras Gayi Re”. I had marked this song for a write-up the last time I wrote about Rajesh Khanna, but at the last minute, I decided to go with “O Monalisa” from ‘Dil Daulat Duniya’. I was a bit surprised to find that this song was still available for posting – so here goes.

The lyrics have been provided by Avinashji, who, as everyone knows is a big Rajesh Khanna fan. Even bigger than I am. So when I decided to write this up, he immediately offered to provide the lyrics. I gladly accepted. Thank you, Avinashji.

Hope you enjoy this song. It is written by Anand Bakshi and composed by Kalyanji-Anandji.

 


Song – Baras Gayi Re Taras Gayi Re (Joru Ka Ghulam) (1972) Singer – Kishore Kumar, Lyrics – Anand Bakshi, MD – Kalyanji Anandji

Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

hmm mm
arey oo oo oo
ho o o o 

baras gayi re taras gayi re

baras gayi re taras gayi re
tere daras ko najariya ho
tere daras ko najariya
baras gayi re taras gayi
o uparwaale
sun uparwaale ae
o uparwaale
ham niche waalon ki
kab tu lega
khabariyaa
khabariyaa
baras gayi re taras gayi re
tere daras ko najariya
ho o tere daras ko najariyaa
haan

hamne bahot ki hai teri sewa..aa
hamne bahot ki hai teri sewa
jaane milega ab kab hamko mewa
aasha niraasha mein tere bhagat ki..ee
aasha niraasha mein tere bhagat ki
beet na jaaye umariyaa
umariyaa
baras gayi re taras gayi re
tere daras ko najariyaa
ho o tere daras ko najariyaa
ho

tan bhi hai pyaasa
mann bhi hai bhookhaa
tan bhi hai pyaasa
mann bhi hai bhookhaa
neelkanth ka kanth bhi sookha
barsegaa saawan takraayegi kab 
barsegaa saawan takraayegi kab
parvat se ayike badariyaa
badariyaa
baras gayi re, taras gayi re
tere daras ko najariya
ho o tere daras ko najariyaa
haan

niche main jaagoon
upar tu soye
niche main jaagoon
upar tu soye
kaise milan tera mera hoye
bairi jagat raste mein padaa hai ae he
bairi jagat raste mein padaa hai
rok ke hamri dagariyaa
dagariyaa
baras gayi re taras gayi re
tere daras ko najariya
ho o tere daras ko najariyaa
o uparwaale
ham niche waalon ki
kab tu lega
khabariyaa
khabariyaa
baras gayi re taras gayi re
tere daras ko najariya
ho o tere daras ko najariyaa
haan
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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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हम्म म्म
अरे ओ  ओ ओ
हो ओ ओ ओ

बरस गयी रे तरस गयी रे ए
बरस गयी रे तरस गयी रे
तेरे दरस को नज़रिया
तेरे दरस को नज़रिया आ
ओ उपरवाले
सुन उपरवाले ए
ओ उपरवाले
हम निचे वालों कि
कब तू लेगा
खबरिया
खबरिया
बरस गयी रे तरस गयी रे
तेरे दरस को नज़रिया
हो ओ तेरे दरस को नज़रिया
हाँ आ

हमने बहोत की है तेरी सेवा आ
हमने बहोत की है तेरी सेवा आ
जाने मिलेगा अब कब हमको मेवा
आशा निराशा में तेरे भगत कि ई
आशा निराशा में तेरे भगत कि
बीत न जाए उमरिया
उमरिया
बरस गयी रे तरस गयी रे
तेरे दरस को नज़रिया
हो ओ तेरे दरस को नज़रिया
हो

तन भी है प्यासा
मन भी हैं भूखा
तन भी है प्यासा
मन भी हैं भूखा
नीलकंठ का कंठ भी सूखा
बरसेगा सावन टकराएगी कब अ ह
बरसेगा सावन टकराएगी कब
पर्वत से अईके बदरिया
बदरिया
बरस गयी रे तरस गयी रे
तेरे दरस को नज़रिया
हो ओ तेरे दरस को नज़रिया
हाँ

निचे मैं जागूँ
ऊपर तू सोये ए
निचे मैं जागूँ
ऊपर तू सोये ए
कैसे मिलन तेरा मेरा होए
बैरी जगत रस्ते में पडा है ए हे
बैरी जगत रस्ते में पडा है
रोक के हमरी डगरिया
डगरिया
बरस गयी रे तरस गयी रे
तेरे दरस को नज़रिया
हो ओ तेरे दरस को नज़रिया
ओ उपरवाले
हम निचे वालों कि
कब तू लेगा
खबरिया
खबरिया
बरस गयी रे तरस गयी रे
तेरे दरस को नज़रिया
हो ओ तेरे दरस को नज़रिया
हाँ


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 – Duets – ‘अ’  से  ‘ह’ तक  (From ‘अ’ to ‘ह’) – 2
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‘आ’ – आ तुझको बुलाएँ ये प्यासी निगाहें

 

जाने वाले फिर नहीं आते
जाने वाले की याद आती है

The dear ones who depart this world, do never return; just the memories remain. And then, just as another poet has said, “यादों का सहारा ना होता, हम छोड़ के दुनिया चल देते”. If we did not have the bracing support of the memories, life would really have been a difficult journey to tread. Memories make us experience the past emotions once again, and in a manner, give us the strength to permeate the emotions of sorrow that may linger after the departure of a loved one.

There is a blessing for us lovers of music, in that the sounds and the images have been preserved, for the past about a hundred years plus, and this repository allows us to visit and visit again to refresh some very dear memories.

The best are always the favorites. Like Rafi Sb. As Atul ji has observed in a recent post, that about half of all that he has rendered is already hosted on our blog also. And that means, there is still another half that we have to resurrect and bring on to showcase here. Quite some consolation that this endeavor promises to keep us busy for a good amount of foreseeable future.

Today’s delightful duet is from the film ‘Pyaara Dushman’ from 1955.  Another light romantic song – we encounter a hesitant gentleman, and the lady who is encouraging him on, asking him to have no fear. The accompanying singer is Asha Bhosle. Lyrics are by Saba Afghani. The lilting and endearing music composition is by Nisar Bazmi. Incidentally, just yesterday, Atul ji has posted another song from this film – a solo by Rafi Sb. Though not a rare occurrence, it is interesting to note such quick progression sometimes. 🙂

[Note: Another thing that I would like to add is that I am more or less the culprit for the near miss for the solitary post yesterday. The song from ‘Lagaan’ (Arun ji’s post) that appeared around 1.30 in the morning today, was supposed to have been online sometimes by evening yesterday. But then I got swamped with certain other priorities, and could not complete all the steps of post preparation in good time. Atul ji is just the cavalry that appears in time, before the end of the film. 🙂 ]

Song – Aa Tujhko Bulaayen Ye Pyaasi Nigaahen (Pyaara Dushman) (1955) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Mohammed Rafi, Lyrics – Saba Afghani, MD – Nisar Bazmi
Mohammed Rafi + Asha Bhosle

 

Lyrics

aa tujhko bulaayen
ye pyaasi nigaahen
ae jaan e jahaan
tu hai kahaan
aa jaa
abhi to dil hai jawaan
naya naya hai jahaan
abhi to dil hai jawaan
naya naya hai jahaan

pyaar ke raste bade nashile
pyaar ke raste bade nashile
mere behke kadam
mujhe thaam e sanam
mere behke kadam
thaam e sanam
chal na sakoon main
ab kya karoon main
abhi to dil hai jawaan
naya naya hai jahaan
abhi to dil hai jawaan
naya naya hai jahaan

pyaar ka chaska
nahin hai bas ka
pyaar ka chaska
nahin hai bas ka
hai aankhon mein sharam
mera dil hai naram
hai aankhon mein sharam
dil hai naram
anjaan hoon main
kaise kahoon main
abhi to dil hai jawaan
naya naya hai jahaan
abhi to dil hai jawaan
naya naya hai jahaan

kaahe ka darr hai
kahaan nazar hai
nai dagar hai
yahi fikar hai
karo is ka na gham
bahut achha sanam
karo is ka na gham
achha sanam
hum hain tumhaare
tum ho hamaare
abhi to dil hai jawaan
naya naya hai jahaan
abhi to dil hai jawaan
naya naya hai jahaan

aa tujhko bulaayen
ye pyaasi nigaahen
ae jaan e jahaan
tu hai kahaan
aa jaa
abhi to dil hai jawaan
naya naya hai jahaan
abhi to dil hai jawaan
naya naya hai jahaan

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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आ तुझको बुलाएँ
ये प्यासी निगाहें
ए जान ए जहां
तू है कहाँ
आ जा
अभी तो दिल है जवां
नया नया है जहां
अभी तो दिल है जवां
नया नया है जहां

प्यार के रस्ते बड़े नशीले
प्यार के रस्ते बड़े नशीले
मेरे बहके कदम
मुझको थाम ए सनम
मेरे बहके कदम
थाम ए सनम
चल ना सकूँ मैं
अब क्या करूँ मैं
अभी तो दिल है जवां
नया नया है जहां
अभी तो दिल है जवां
नया नया है जहां

प्यार का चस्का
नहीं है बस का
प्यार का चस्का
नहीं है बस का
है आँखों में शरम
मेरा दिल है नरम
है आँखों में शरम
दिल है नरम
अंजान हूँ मैं
कैसे कहूँ मैं
अभी तो दिल है जवां
नया नया है जहां
अभी तो दिल है जवां
नया नया है जहां

काहे का डर है
कहाँ नज़र है
नई डगर है
यही फिकर है
करो इस का ना ग़म
बहुत अच्छा सनम
करो इस का ना ग़म
अच्छा सनम
हम हैं तुम्हारे
तुम हो हमारे
अभी तो दिल है जवां
नया नया है जहां
अभी तो दिल है जवां
नया नया है जहां

आ तुझको बुलाएँ
ये प्यासी निगाहें
ए जान ए जहां
तू है कहाँ
आ जा
अभी तो दिल है जवां
नया नया है जहां
अभी तो दिल है जवां
नया नया है जहां


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“Madhur Milan”(1955) was directed by K G Punwani for Film Show Productions, Bombay. The movie had Nigar Sultana, Mahipal, Roopmala, Kesri, Bhudo advani, Madan Puri etc in it.

This “social” movie had twelve songs in it that were penned by seven lyricists !

Four songs from the movie have been covered in the blog.

Here is the fifth song from “Madhur Milan”(1955) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata. Raja Mehdi Ali Khan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Bulo C Rani.

This is the kind of song that is best heard during summer evenings on a radio playing old songs. In other words, this is the kind of songs that used to get played on Radio Ceylon till 1970s during their evenings programmes at around 7 PM or so. But I must add that I used to find such songs “boring” during those days of 1970s, as these songs were old songs.

These songs were two decades old at that time, and now the same song is six decades old, and guess what ! Now I have begun to like this kind of songs. 🙂 So one does become wise with age, after all. 🙂


Song-Dil pyaar ki mehfil hai dildaar chale aao(Madhur Milan)(1955) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Raja Mehdi Ali Khan, MD-Bulo C Rani

Lyrics

dil pyaar ki mehfil hai ae
dildaar chale aao o
dil pyaar ki mehfil hai ae
dildaar chale aao o
ban kar mere sapnon ka sansaar
chale aao
chale aao o
dil pyaar ki mehfil hai ae ae ae

ae jaane bahaar aao
kisne tumhen roka hai ae
ae jaane bahaar aao
kisne tumhen roka hai
kisne tumhen roka hai
sau baar agar chaaho o o o
sau baar agar chaaho o
sau baar chale aao o
dil pyaar ki mehfil hai ae ae ae

roothhi huyi nazron ko nazren ye mana lengin
roothhi huyi nazron ko nazren ye mana lengin
nazron ka takaaza hai ae ae ae
nazron ka takaaza hai ae
ik baar chale aao o
dil pyaar ki mehfil hai ae ae ae

kya dil pe gujarti hai ae
kaise tumhen batlaaun
kya dil pe gujarti hai ae
kaise tumhen batlaaun
veeran hai mohabbat ka gulzaar
chale aao
chale aao o
ban kar mere sapnon ka sansaar
chale aao
chale aao o
dil pyaar ki mehfil hai ae ae ae


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“Flying Prince”(1946) was directed by Homi Wadia for Basant Pictures, Bombay. This stunt movie had Nadia, John Cawas, Sona Chatterji, Sita Devi, Master Mohammad, Sayani Aatish, Azeem, Boman Shroff etc in it.

This obscure movie had six extremely obscure songs in it. Names of the singers are not credited for any of these singers.

Here is the first song from “Flying Prince”(1946) to appear in the blog. As mentioned, singers of this song are not credited on the record as well as in HFGK, but listening to this song gives us a pleasant surprise. The song has two poices in it and one of the voices are unmistakably that of a very young Geeta Roy (later Dutt).

Here is this song which is one of the very first songs sung by Geeta Dutt in hindi movies. Pt Gyan Chand is the lyricist. Music is composed by Aziz Khan.

I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the identity of the other voice in the song.

I have not been able to get one word/phrase right in the song (may be more)/ I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable.

With this song, “Flying Prince”(1946) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Rut albeli aayi chaman mein aa jaa sanwariyaa aa ja(Flying Prince)(1946) Singer-Geeta Dutt, unknown female voice, Lyrics-Pt Gyan Chand, MD-Aziz Khan

Lyrics

rut albeli aayi chaman mein
aaja sanwariya aa jaa
aaja sanwariya aa jaa
phoolon ne raas rachaayi hai ban mein
aaja sanwariyaa aa jaa
aaja sanwariya aa jaa

rut basant ki badi suhaani
rut basant ki badi suhaani
aayi hai har shai pe jawaani
aayi hai har shai pe jawaani
aise mein aa jaao saajan
phir se chheden prem kahaani
aise mein aa jaao saajan
phir se chheden prem kahaani

rom rom naache hai mera
aasha ne li angdaayi hai man mein
aaja sanwariya aa ja
aaja sanwariya aa ja

kab aayegaa
kab aayegaa
ye to batla
tujh bin mera haal hai patla
haal hai patla
aise prem se main baaj aayi
jis ne kar diya dil ka ???
aise prem se main baaj aayi
jis ne kar diya dil ka ???

ban thhan ke main kise dikhaaun
aag lag jaaye aise joban mein
aaja sanwariya aa ja
aaja sanwariya aa ja

rut albeli aayi chaman mein
aaja sanwariya aa jaa
aaja sanwariya aa ja
phoolon ne raas rachaayi hai ban mein
aaja sanwariyaa aajaa
aaja sanwariya aa ja


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“O Tera Kya Kehnaa”(1959) was produced by N H Baria and A Khaliq and directed by K Parvez for Y T U Baria Films, Bombay.

This “social” movie had Mehmood, Chitra, Kammo, Helen, Sheikh, Bhagwan, Renu Makad, Shaam Kumar, Babu Raje, Manohar Kamat, Munshi Munaqqa, Kathana, Haneef, Fazlu, Bagla, Maqbool, Kallan etc in it.

The movie had six songs in it that were penned by five lyricists and sung by eight singers !

Three songs from the movie have been covered, all in 2010. Now, after the passage of seven years, here is the next song from “O Tera Kya Kehnaa”(1959) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata (her only song in the movie). It is penned by Farooque Kaiser (his only song in the movie). Music is composed by Kalyanji (he was yet to be joined by Anandji).

The song is picturised on Chitra as an expression of love cum calling the beloved song.

Audio

Video

Song-Aaja aaja ke dil ko teri yaad aayi (O Tera Kya Kehna)(1959) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Farooque Kaiser, MD-Kalyanji

Lyrics

Aaja aaja
aaja aaja ke dil ko teri yaad aayi
aaja aaja ke dil ko teri yaad aayi
jiya laage na mora o harjaayi
jiya laage na mora o harjaayi
aaja aaja ke dil ko teri yaad aayi
aaja aaja ke dil ko teri yaad aayi
jiya laage na mora o harjaayi
jiya laage na mora o harjaayi

sajna aa aa
aao naa aa aa
ghoonghat mein akeli ghabraaoon
chhedo na aa aa
dekho na aa aa
main door khadi haaye sharmaaoon
mujhe baar baar aaye angdaayi
jiya laage na mora o harjaayi
jiya laage na mora o harjaayi
aaja aaja ke dil ko teri yaad aayi
aaja aaja ke dil ko teri yaad aayi
jiya laage na mora o harjaayi
jiya laage na mora o harjaayi

sajnaa aa aa
bhoolo naa aa aa
ham bhi to tumhaare apne hain
chhoote naa aa aa
toote naa aa aa
ye pyaar ke naazuk sapne hain
meri baar baar ho na ruswaayi
jiya laage na mora o harjaayi
jiya laage na mora o harjaayi
aaja aaja ke dil ko teri yaad aayi
aaja aaja ke dil ko teri yaad aayi
jiya laage na mora o harjaayi
jiya laage na mora o harjaayi


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.

 

पल दो पल का साथ हमारा
पल दो पल के याराने हैं
इस मंज़िल पर मिलने वाले
उस मंज़िल पर खो जाने हैं
 
pal do pal ka saath hamaara
pal do pal ke yaaraane hain
is manzil par milne waale
us manzil par kho jaane hain

This thought, expressed in these words, probably first came about four decades ago (film is ‘The BurningTrain’, 1980). It was March of 1980 that this film hit the theatres around the country. This qawwaali gained a good amount of popularity in its time, and still continues to be a part of selection of lists of qawwaalis in Hindi films. And in a matter of few months, the writer of these lines arrived at the manzil, from where, he was lost to us. 25th October of the same year. The iconic poet Abdul Hayee, decided to abandon this world – an act, a thought that he had expressed multiple times in his verses, over the previous three decades or so, of his career as a songwriter in Hindi films.

Remembering Sahir Sb on the anniversary of his passing away (25th October).

About thirty five years earlier, the listeners started to get the first glimmer of the grimness of life as he saw it. He made his debut in films, in 1948, with the film ‘Azaadi Ki Raah Par’. Scanning the sonography of his writings for films, one has to wait till 1954, and the film ‘Taxi Driver’, to catch the first expressions of listlessness and despair with life.

maayusiyon kaa majmaa hai jee mein
kyaa rah gayaa hai is zindagi mein
rooh mein hai gham dil mein dhuaan

Yes, the iconic song “Jaayen To Jaayen Kahaan. . .” (film ‘Taxi Driver’). Before we come to 1954 and to these verses, there is very little despair, and very little sadness in his poetry for films. I keep stressing ‘for films’, because his non film writings have carried this helpless angst against what this world and this existence is. His very first collection of poetry, published while he still was in college in Lahore, is titled ‘Talkhiyaan’ – which literally translates to ‘bitternesses’. But in his writings for films, we encounter this expression first time in ‘Taxi Driver’.

And then, as if a dam has broken loose. It is 1955 and film is ‘Devdas’. Sahir writes

agar iss jahaan ka maalik kahin mil sake to poochhen
mili kaun si khaataa par hamen is qadar sazaayen

(from the song “Wo Na Aayenge Palat Kar. . .“)

It is 1955 again, and the film is ‘House No. 44’. The verses are

teri duniya me jeene se to behtar hai ke mar jaayen
wohi aansoo wohi aahen wohi gham hai jidhar jaayen

Then again, in ‘Marine Drive’ he writes

zafaaon per zafaa bedaad per bedaad hoti hai
hamaari zindagi kya maut bhi barbaad hoti hai
hamen itnaa to batlaa de jiyen ham yaa ke mar jaayen
bataa ai aasmaan waale tere bande kidhar jaayen

1955 again, and the film is ‘Munim ji’. The verses make an experienced announcement about the reality of this life.

jeevan ke safar mein raahi, miltey hain bichhad jaane ko
aur de jaate hain yaadien, tanhaai mein tadpaane ko

Yet again in 1955, the film is ‘Railway Platform’, and this time the lines tell of another face of life’s reality.

kadam kadam par honi baithhi apnaa jaal bichhaaye
is jeewan ki raah mein jaane kaun kahaan rah jaaye
basti basti parwat parwat gaataa jaaye banjaaraa
lekar dil kaa iktaaraa. . .

Come 1956, and the film ‘Chandrakanta’. The song tells us

maine chaand aur sitaaron ki tamanna ki thi
mujhko raaton ki siyaahi ke siwaa kuchh na mila

 And as if this was not emphatic enough, he goes on to write in the film ‘Funtoosh’,

apne liye kab hain ye mele
ham hain har ek mele mein akele
kyaa paayegaa usmein rahkar
jo duniyaa jeevan se khele
dukhi man mere sun mera kahnaa
jahaan nahin chainaa vahaan nahin rahna

With ‘Pyaasa’ (1957), this bitterness reaches its zenith; and he writes

jahaan ik khilaunaa hai insaan ki hasti
ye basti hai murda paraston ki basti
yahaan par to jeevan se hai maut sasti
ye duniya agar mil bhi jaaye to kyaa hai

And as if this was not convincing enough, his exhortations rise in intensity, and he screams out the words

jalaa do ise phoonk daalo ye duniya
mere saamne se hataa lo ye duniya
tumhaari hai tum hi sambhaalo ye duniya
ye duniya agar mil bhi jaaye to kyaa hai

In ‘Light House’, in 1958, the lines of the song are

lo aaj hamne tod diyaa, rishtaa-e-ummeed
lo ab kabhi gilaa na karenge kisi se ham
tang aa chuke hain kashmakash e zindagi se hum
thukra na den jahaan ko kahin be-dilee se hum

And then, he added another song, which says

saare jag mein apna koi nahin
sukh kyaa dukha ka sapnaa koi nahin
kis jagah jaayen, kis ko dikhlaayen
zakhm-e-dil apnaa

‘Dhool Ka Phool’ came in 1959. His frustrations and anger at the divisive forces in the society burst out in the lines

maalik ne har insaan ko insaan banaayaa
humne usse hindu yaa musalmaan banaayaa
kudrat ne to bakshi thi hamein ek hi dharti
humne kahin bhaarat kahin iraan banaayaa

In 1960, there came the iconic qawwaali in the film ‘Barsaat Ki Raat’. A set of verses that touched upon a variety of emotions of love and the very existence of the individual itself. His own disenchantment, probably, trickles through, in the lines

mere naamuraad junoon kaa hai ilaaj koyi to maut hai
jo dawaa ke naam pe zahar de usi chaaraagar ki talaash hai

Then it was the film ‘Dharamputra’ in 1961. The poet in him raised his voice against the senseless communal divide, and its manipulation. The words are starkly put together

dharti ki sulagti chhaati ke bechain sharaare poochhte hain
yeh kis ka lahoo hai kaun mara

The wrenching torture of loneliness inside, came spewing out in the film ‘Hum Dono’, again from 1961.

kaun rotaa hai kisi aur ki khaatir ai dost
sabko apni hi kisi baat pe ronaa aayaa
kabhi khud pe, kabhi haalaat pe ronaa aayaa
baat nikli, to har ik baat pe ronaa aayaa

‘Gumraah’ was released in 1963. His personal demons fighting with himself inside, brought out these verses

wo afsaanaa jise anjaam tak laanaa naa ho mumkin
use ik khooboorat mod dekar chhodnaa achchhaa
chalo ik baar phir se, ajnabi ban jaayen ham dono

Also in 1963 came the musical history of ‘Taj Mahal’. And the soul of Sahir rose up to challenge the creator Himself with the lines

ye qatl o khoon kaa riwaaz kyun hai
ye rasm e jang o jadaal kyaa hai
jinhe talab hai jahaan bhar ki
unhi kaa dil itnaa tang kyun hai
. . .
jahaan mein jashn e wafaa ke badle
ye jashn e teer o tafang kyun hai
khudaa e bartar teri zameen par
zameen ki khaatir ye jang kyun hai

The vagaries of his personal destinies starkly reflects in the lines he wrote the 1964 film ‘Chaandi Ki Deewaar’,

ye bebasi bhi kisi ba’ddua se kam to nahin
ke khul ke jee na sakey aur maut bhi na miley
kahin qaraar na ho aur kahin khushi na miley
hamaare baad kisi ko ye zindagi na miley

Again in 1964, the intensity of his despair with life would insistently glare back through the lines in the film ‘Shagun’

bujhaa diye hain khud apne haathon
mohabbaton ke diye jalaa ke
meri wafaa ne ujaad di hain
ummeed ki bastiyaan basaa ke

That I am highlighting the agony and the despair in this selected anthology of his verses, does not imply that his other expressions do not measure up. Not at all. His poetry of love and romance is equally, if not more, expressive of amorous emotions of the human heart. A discourse of the brighter side of his love poetry merits a separate write up. And his grasp of human emotions across the spectrum, is visible in the songs that otherwise would simply be categorized as situational in the movies. That set of writings too, have the power to capture the heart in ways more than one.

Beyond the mid 1960s, the agony within his writings begins to show less and less. In the external environment, the modes of cinematic expressions were changing, and the music of the films was being transformed away and beyond the melodic gems of the golden era. He simply seemed to have withdrawn himself within, pulling all his despair and sorrow, to the inside. But some rare moments did come along.

1973 saw the release of ‘Joshila’, and quite unexpectedly, his writings touched upon the pain of loneliness once again.

jhoothaa bhi naataa nahin chaahon mein
tu hi kyon doobaa rahe aahon mein
koyi kisi sang mare, aisaa nahin hone waalaa
koyi nahin jo yoon hi jahaan mein, baante peer paraayi
ho, kis kaa rastaa dekhe ai dil ai saudaai
meelon hai khaamoshi barson hai tanhaai. . .

In 1975, came ‘Ek Mahal Ho Sapnon Ka’ and in a moment of release, his pen created the lines

dekha hai zindagi ko kuchh itna qareeb se
chehre tamaam lagne lage hain ajeeb se

It was back in 1964, that he wrote his epitaph for himself (film is ‘Dooj Ka Chaand’).

ye raah akele katati hai
yahaan saath na koi yaar chale
us paar na jaane kya paaye
is paar to sab kuchh haar chale
lo apna jahaan duniya waalon
hum is duniya ko chhod chale

On 25th October in 1980, Sahir Sb is duniya ko chhod gaye, leaving behind a body of work in form of seven hundred plus film songs, that are an immense treasure of personal emotions in all the shades of human experiences. In 1980, along with qawwaali that I started this article with, he also wrote another nazm that was featured in the film ‘Kabhi Kabhi’. Yes, I talk of the immensely impressive “Main Pal Do Pal Ka Shaayar Hoon”. (Interesting to note the repetition of the phrase ‘pal do pal’, in both these songs.)

In this song, Sahir Sb has said something, which probably is the only one place where I would disagree with him. Totally. You would remember the lines

kal aur aayenge naghmon ki khilti kaliyan chun’ne waale
mujhse behtar kehne waale. . .

No Sahir Sb, I sincerely disagree from the depths of my heart. None will follow who may express it better than you. All songwriters will say it, definitely in different ways, and definitely in ways that are measures of excellence, in their own unique expressions. But no one will be able to say

dil jaley to jaley
gham paley to paley
kisi ki na sun gaayeja. . .

Quite in contrast to the mood of the article, today’s song is a lilting gem that has been created by Sahir Sb and N Dutta for the 1959 film ‘Naach Ghar’ – one of his handful of films that is still waiting to be Yippeee’ed on our blog. Sung by Lata ji, this song is such an endearing expression of expectation; the heart is calling out to the beloved, and is giving so many reasons describing the wait, exhorting for the lover to pay heed, and come. This is such a lovely creation of words and music that I was for a moment surprised that this song is still waiting in the wings.

Listen and enjoy.

Song – Door Se Yun Na Tarsaao  (Naach Ghar) (1959) Singer – Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Sahir Ludhianvi, MD – N Dutta

Lyrics

door se yun na tarsaao
roshni ban ke aa jaao
aaj ki raat ke liye

door se yun na tarsaao
roshni ban ke aa jaao
aaj ki raat ke liye. . .

deep jal chuke
saaye dhal chuke
ab to aa jaao
deep jal chuke
saaye dhal chuke
ab to aa jaao
mere pyaar ko
intezaar ko
yun na thukraao
aji tum yun na thukraao
kitni pyaas hai
kitni aas hai
ab to jaan jaao
door se yun na tarsaao
roshni ban ke aa jaao
aaj ki raat ke liye. . .

raat raat bhar
jaag jaag kar
sapne bunti hoon
raat raat bhar
jaag jaag kar
sapne bunti hoon
baithi raah mein
kab se chaah mein
kaliyan chunti hoon
aji main kaliyan chunti hoon
kitni pyaas hai
kitni aas hai
ab to jaan jaao
door se yun na tarsaao
roshni ban ke aa jaao
aaj ki raat ke liye. . .

nain mil chuke
phool khil chuke
ab katraana kya
nain mil chuke
phool khil chuke
ab katraana kya
pehle loot ke
peechhe rooth ke
dil tadpaana kya
aji yun dil tadpaana kya
kitni pyaas hai
kitni aas hai
ab to jaan jaao
door se yun na tarsaao
roshni ban ke aa jaao
aaj ki raat ke liye. . .
———————————————————
Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
———————————————————
दूर से यूं ना तरसाओ
रोशनी बनके आ जाओ
आज की रात के लिए

दूर से यूं ना तरसाओ
रोशनी बनके आ जाओ
आज की रात के लिए॰ ॰ ॰

दीप जल चुके
साये ढल चुके
अब तो आ जाओ
दीप जल चुके
साये ढल चुके
अब तो आ जाओ
मेरे प्यार को
इंतज़ार को
यूं ना ठुकराओ
अजी तुम यूं ना ठुकराओ
कितनी प्यास है
कितनी आस है
अब तो जान जाओ
दूर से यूं ना तरसाओ
रोशनी बनके आ जाओ
आज की रात के लिए॰ ॰ ॰

रात रात भर
जाग जाग कर
अपने बुनती हूँ
रात रात भर
जाग जाग कर
अपने बुनती हूँ
बैठी राह में
कब से चाह में
कलियाँ चुनती हूँ
अजी मैं कलियाँ चुनती हूँ
कितनी प्यास है
कितनी आस है
अब तो जान जाओ
दूर से यूं ना तरसाओ
रोशनी बनके आ जाओ
आज की रात के लिए॰ ॰ ॰

नैन मिल चुके
फूल खिल चुके
अब कतराना क्या
नैन मिल चुके
फूल खिल चुके
अब कतराना क्या
पहले लूट के
पीछे रूठ के
दिल तड़पाना क्या
अजी यूं दिल तड़पाना क्या
कितनी प्यास है
कितनी आस है
अब तो जान जाओ
दूर से यूं ना तरसाओ
रोशनी बनके आ जाओ
आज की रात के लिए॰ ॰ ॰


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“Padmini” (1948) was directed by Wali Sahab for Punjab Film Corporation. The movie had Mumtaz Shanti, Ashok Kumar, Mumtaz Ali, Samson, Maya Devi, Neelam, Bibi, Ibrahim, Harun, Sultana, A Shah etc. in it.

Three songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the fourth song from “Padmini”(1948) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Geeta Dutt. Wali Sahab is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ghulam Haider.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Aa jaa re badesi ho balma (Padmini)(1948) Singer-Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Wali Sahab, MD-Ghulam Haider

Lyrics

aa ja
aa ja re badeshi ho baalma
ghata chhaai hai
ghata chhaai hai
ghata chhaai hai
yaad teri aai hai
ho ghata chhaai hai
ghata chhaai hai
yaad teri aai hai
ho ghata chhaai hai

mere nainon mei naino ki meet hain
meri saanson mein piya ji ke geet hain
meri saanson mein piya ji ke geet hain
mere honthon pe raam duhaai hai
ho ghata chhaai hai
ghata chhaai hai
yaad teri aai hai
ho ghata chhaai hai
ghata chhaai hai
yaad teri aai hai
ho ghata chhaai hai

dekho nanhi nanhi boondaniyaan baras rahin
dekho nanhi nanhi boondaniyaan baras rahin
meri ankhiyaan aan
meri ankhiya daras ko taras rahin
meri ankhiyaan aan
meri ankhiya daras ko taras rahin
jaan ankhiyon mein dekh lo aai re
ho ghata chhaai hai
jaan ankhiyon mein dekh lo aai re
ho ghata chhaai hai
ghata chhaai hai
yaad teri aai hai
ho ghata chhaai hai

aa ja
aa ja re badeshi ho baalma
ghata chhaai hai
ghata chhai hai
ghata chhaai hai
yaad teri aai hai
ho ghata chhaai hai
aa jaa


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.

Regulars may have noticed that very few posts have appeared in the blog for the last few days, especially from me, despite the last few days being holidays.

No, I was not busy elsewhere. I had sufficient time for the blog, but I spent that time on doing background work on the blog.
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