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Tum pukar lo


Waheeda Rehman climbs up the stairs holding a book (Meghdoot) in her hands as Dharmendra croons this haunting melody. The song ends as the lady climbs down the stairs and the man remains oblivious of her presence.

A song so simple, yet meaningful. A perfect song for a lonely, breezy night.

Somehow, whenever I listen to these lines "...dil behel to jayega is khayal se, haal mil gaya tumhara apne haal se" I feel that they describe a smaller degree of sadistic-pleasure. :)
Love this song.

Comments

sujaan said…
expain the lines please...
Angika said…
*apne haal se

Typo, Shazia :) I love this song. And inspired by you I also put up a black and white song on my blog.
Shazia said…
@ Suzy
I will try to translate these lines "The heart can be consoled just by the thought that even your condition is same as mine" (which would mean that even you are feeling lonely and waiting for me). :)

@ Angie
Thanks for pointing out the typo. Saw your post. :)

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