Monday, May 17, 2010

Thehriye hosh mein aa loon...

I don't know the definition of romance but I'd say it'd be something that this one describes, or makes one feel. The music gives me goosebumps. What is the instrument that plays tick-tocking sound in between the stanzas.. I wonder It sounds like how those little pieces of flat stones/tiles that the boys selling water on trains would use to make noise or the beggers who used them to play music while they sang on trains.

She walking home with sabzi in basket... and him hopping around and being playful chasing her. Notice how he touches her shoulder while singing "door ki chaahat" and then later her nose after "apni taqdeer banaa loon" and she smiling away with shyness with her long tresses covering her face... waah!

OMG! What sweet voice Suman Kalyanpur has. And Rafi sahab's voice so full of mischief and so unique to match Shashi Kapoor's voice. All of these things with the lyrics make it one of my favorite romantic melodies.

And this also adds one more entry to the boat songs collection! :)


M: thehriye hosh mein aa loon to chale jaaiyegaa
F: uh huh
M: aap ko dil mein bithaa loon to chale jaaiyegaa
F: uh huh
M: aap ko dil mein bithaa loon

M: kab talak rahiyegaa yoon door ki chaahat ban ke (2)
dil mein aa jaaiye iqraar-e-mohabbat ban ke
apni taqdeer banaa loon to chale jaaiyegaa
F: uh huh
M: aap ko dil mein bithaa loon to chale jaaiyegaa
aap ko dil mein bithaa loon

F: mujhko iqraar-e-mohabbat se hayaa aati hai (2)
baat kehte hue gardan meri jhuk jaati hai
dekhiye sir ko jhukaa loon to chale jaaiyegaa
M: uh huh
F: dekhiye sir ko jhukaa loon to chale jaaiyegaa
M: haaye... aap ko dil mein bithaa loon

aisi kya sharm zaraa paas to aane bhi de (2)
rukh se bikhari hui zulfen to hataane bhi de
pyaas aankhon ki bhuja loon to chale jaaiyegaa
thehriye hosh mein aa loon to chale jaaiyegaa
hm hm hm... la la la...
Both: aap ko dil mein bithaa loon to chale jaaiyegaa
aap ko dil mein bithaa loon


Film: Mohabbat Isko Kehte Hai (1965)
Singers: Mohd. Rafi, Suman Kalyanpur
Music Director: Khaiyyam Sharmaji
Lyrics: Majrooh Sultanpuri
Picturized on: Nanda, Shashi Kapoor


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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

You've captured stuff well with your post. This was one of the many songs I grew up with in the late 70's etc, with the radio always in the BG.
Nice to see others with similar emotions.
So recently I remembered this song and noticed all the little things about it that were in the BG at that time. Superb song, esp with Shashi K really looking young and sweet in the VDO.
-Satya

Kanan said...

Satya, nice to find another person who appreciates and likes the song as much as I do. :) It indeed is all of those things in the background and actors and music and singing that make it what it is - a marvelous melody that one never tires listening to.

Anonymous said...

Very nice lyrics. This song is a new discovery for me. I wish I had known this 30 years ago! Melodious voices of Rafi and Suman. And great lyrics by Sultanpuri. I like your blog. Keep up the good work!

Anonymous said...

It is a beautiful music and the marvellous sound of Rafi sab.
Is it possible to include the translation?