Sonu nigam on A R Rahman

This is what Sonu Nigam has to say about A R Rahman to CNN-IBN

CNN-IBN's special show To Catch a Star featured one of the most talented and versatile singers of the day – Sonu Nigam.

Appropriately apostrophised as 'India's Voice of Love' on the show, Sonu's voice has been used often by Shah Rukh Khan to woo his heroines. Alternately, the same voice has wrenched tears from the eyes of millions.

Rajeev Masand had a lively chat – interspersed with songs – with Sonu Nigam about singing, rivalries, mimicry, and much more.

Rajeev Masand: Sonu, the song these days everyone is talking about is your song from Jodhaa-Akbar. It's a song with A R Rahman and your collaboration with Rahman has always been interesting – you guys have done some interesting work together. You sang for him in Dil Se, you sang for him in Saathiya, you sang for him again in Legend of Bhagat Singh. Is he really a guy who brings out the best in you?

Sonu Nigam: I think he's been known to be very choosy and he chooses good. So, I would say that both of us have had a good tuning. We've worked less with each other. We've not worked too much. In fact, in last five years – after Saathiya - I've hardly worked with him. I remember – I can count on my fingers – I must have sung two songs for him.

Rajeev Masand: Why do you think that is?

Sonu Nigam: He's also doing less work, I've also stopped doing film songs. I just want to be very selective right now because it's very difficult to be a singer in India and not be that so-called 'playback singer'.

Rajeev Masand: That's true.

Sonu Nigam: Everybody just wants to become a playback singer, not understanding the disadvantages of it. You are never able to carve your own niche, you are never able to get your own individuality out. So I wanted to check that in me. I wanted to become a singer, not only a playback singer. And so I've had to cut out many of my playback assignments and by the grace of God it has helped me tremendously.

Rajeev Masand: Okay, now since we were talking about your collaborations with A R Rahman, let's set the mood for the show. Also, it is the Republic Day weekend, let's ask you to give a few lines from a song you sang for Rahman from the film .The Legend of Bhagat Singh. I think you know which song I'm talking about.

Sonu Nigam: Yeah, yeah. Sings 'Rang de basanti chola'.

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The article above is an excerpt from the following link:
http://www.ibnlive.com/news/to-catch-a-star-sonu-nigam-on-songs-and-srk/57453-8-single.html

Freedom of expression

On the 58th anniversary of India becoming a Republic, After Hours got them to talk about what they cherish most from the Constitution, and what they would also like included.

Freedom of Expression
AR Rahman
Musician

I cherish
While each right is precious to people at some point in their lives, in my case it is perhaps Right to freedom of Expression that is most appropriate. That is exactly what I do through my music.

I want
I wish every child in this country gets the basic needs of life fulfilled,  so that they have some hope of a brighter future.

Courtesy: http://www.dnaindia.com/slideshow.asp?newsid=1147531&sldid=3

Fear of failure for A R Rahman?

Is Reuters misguided? Read on the article.

By Prithwish Ganguly

MUMBAI (Reuters) - A string of hits over the years hasn't helped composer A.R. Rahman get rid of his biggest fear -- that a bad project might harm his reputation as Bollywood's best.

Rahman, who shot to fame with his compositions for "Roja" in 1992, is known for his musical versatility. He has innovated with different instruments and sounds to create some of India's best known musical hits for more than a decade.

But the composer knows success comes at a price.

"It does scare me sometimes (but) not about staying on top - first place or second place," Rahman told Reuters.

"It is about what I'm delivering, how good the music is always, how precise I have to be while composing as I might be putting my reputation of 15 years at stake."

Rahman has several big budget projects lined up for release in 2008, including Ashutosh Gowariker's "Jodhaa Akbar", Subhash Ghai's "Yuvraaj", Rakeysh Mehra's "Dilli 6" and the Aamir Khan-starrer "Ghajini".

But he's eagerly awaiting Tamil filmmaker Shankar's science fiction venture "Robot".

"Robot' is very futuristic and I am looking forward to composing for it," Rahman said. "I have never tried the genre before and it is an exciting venture."

Selecting the right project might be tough for some but for Rahman, instinct plays a key role.

"I often take quick decisions as sometimes I work with people whom I have worked with before and sometimes it's just out of pure instinct when I come across an exciting project."

News courtesy: Reuters

The link for the article is http://in.reuters.com/article/bollywoodNews/idINIndia-31616820080127


Jodha Akbar music review - apunkachoice

Composing for a period film in present times is no easy task. One has to walk the tight rope and balance the musical moods of the era bygone with the present taste of music buffs, which, unfortunately, is heavily inclined towards anything techno and rap.

AR Rahman walks the thin line. His compositions in 'Jodhaa Akbar' have a mere glimpse of what would have been the musical culture in Mughal times. And it also attempts to cater to the present popular tastes. This way, the music album of 'Jodhaa Akbar' ends up neither here nor there. The compositions are good, but they are not great.

Azeem-O-Shaan Shahenshah is a powerful song hailing the Mughal emperor Akbar. The number, sung by Mohammed Aslam and Bonnie Chakraborty, is heavy on beats and has a pleasing orchestra in the background. Rahman shows his musical wizardry with sounds that create images of rattling swords and chains. Also unmistakable in the song is the theme melody of 'Lagaan' that plays a number of times.

Jashn-e-Bahara could have been a much better song had Rahman chosen a better singer than Javed Ali, who surely sings the right notes with skill, but doesn't have much emotive appeal in his bland vocals. Still, the song, set on an Arabic tempo, carries Rahman's subtle magic. The tender notes of rubaab, mandolin and santoor form the backdrop of this soft romantic track, set to poetic lyrics by Javed Akhtar.

However, the Jashn-e-Bahara instrumental version on flute is a delight to the ears.

AR Rahman is back to what he does best in Khwaja Mere Khwaja, a sufi qawwali with a dash of techno touch. The song, an ode to Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti of Ajmer, has Rahman himself wielding the microphone and jarring the senses of a listener with his emotive and evocative vocals. Though the song relies liberally on tabla and harmonium, the techno flavour ruins the purity of this devotional track.

The instrumental version of this song takes you by surprise. How Rahman keeps the same melody but changes its timing and structure just slightly to suit the Oboe and accompanying orchestra shows his command as a composer.

In Lamhon Ke Daaman Mein is a lilting track about the gradual passing of intimate moments. Sonu Nigam and Madhushree's impressive singing adds to this slow-paced song a mellowness that is broken by raucous chorus. Javed Akhtar's words paint the imagery of two lovers sharing their most special moments together. It is a song that makes an impression only after repeated hearing.

Mann Mohanna is a devotional track addressed to lord Krishna. Supported by tabla and heavy orchestration, this song, sung by Bela Shinde, is a plea to the lord from a despondent woman.

All in all, the songs of Jodhaa Akbar are below the usual standard of a genius like AR Rahman.

Rating: **1/2

Courtesy: http://www.apunkachoice.com/music/alb138/

NAIR SAN: The legendary indian patriot in world cinema

1964 Japan Olympics. It was a thrilling moment for India when Indian Hockey Team won the Gold. But when the National anthem was being played at the medal distribution ceremony one among the crowd began shouting at the Japanese Government only because of the fact that instead of India ’s National Anthem the authorities played Pakistani National Anthem. Even though there were many officials and great personalities from India who were witnessing the incident none raised their voice other than this great Indian. That was the Indian legendary hero Ayyapan Pllai Madhavan Nair famous as Nair San in Japan. This is only one of the incidents which show the patriotism of this great man who became the reason for ending the Asian exploitation by the British during the freedom struggle.

For those who know Nair san personally he is special in different ways. Nair San had to leave his native land Kerala at the age of 18 as he campaigned among the students and led protests and marches against the social injustices of the British. He rebelled against the Education tax polled by English rulers. Being settled in Japan he struggled hard to root out the imperialism in Asian Countries. At the same time freedom fighters in India assembled men against English rulers. His efficiency in Japanese, Chinese and Spanish languages lifted him above all other Indian freedom fighters in Japan such as Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, Rash Behari Bose, Pratap Singh, Barkathullah etc. Thus Nair San became an ever lively presence in the strong and well arming agitation organized by Indian National Army and Indian Independence League.

Many thrilling moments in the life of Nair San are unknown.. His strange experiences and dangerous encounters taking the roles of a trader, a Holy lama and a Soofi during his one man expedition and exploration through the deserts and Plateau of Manchukia , Ala Shaan , Mongolia , Tibet , and China in 1933 paved the way for ending the illicit wool trade of the British which contributed the major source of their income.

When a renowned film Director from Kerala like Albert honored with awards for his debut film decided to take up the story of Nair San for his next film it is a prestigious moment for the whole of India as the film is being designed in such a way so as to attract the aesthetics of the International audience. Albert’s passion and vision on Nair San is complemented by his tremendous urge to discover new eras on the subject and to create a truly international class Asian film spanning different cultures, languages and religions. The adventurous life of Nair San lighted the flame in Albert’s mind to create such a film where the Director’s creative concept is used more than the mere historical approach. The story is based on ‘Memories of Nair San’ the biography of A.M.Nair and the creative concept is developed by Albert himself.


Padmasree Mohanlal acts the lead role in the first Japanese film directed by an Indian.
The other two famous actors in the film are selected from Bollywood. The leading Japanese actress is preferred to be the heroine of Mohanlal. As Nair San married a Japanese lady it is the perfect recreation by the director himself to select a Japanese actress as the heroine.

Discussions and attempts are moving fast to accommodate the world action hero Jackie Chan also in this film to play the role of a Cameo”,


Music maestro A.R.Rahman will be doing music for the film.
The traditional Mongolian & Japanese songs included in the film will be a different experience for the music lovers.

The $7.5 million budget film is said to be a different experience for the film lovers worldwide as it is the result of the hard work and enthusiasm of a handful of talented artists. As Japan is the second largest film market in the world the revenue calculated from the movie will be much more than the budget of the film.

The major location of the film is Japan, Mongolia and India . The schedule of the film is planned within 145 days and it is expected to release by the end of 2008. Albert had been in hazardous attempt to secure all the detailed knowledge for the perfection of the film.
 

Jodha Akbkar review - businessofcinema

ARRTheBoss presents you the latest music review from businessofcinema.com to you.

 

Music Review: Jodhaa Akbar

 

Film: Jodhaa Akhbar

 

Director: Ashutosh Gowariker

 

Producer: Ronnie Screwvala and Ashutosh Gowariker

 

Music Director: A R Rahman

 

Lyrics: Javed Akhtar

 

Rating: 4/5

 

They are the same instruments every musician experiments with, but when A R Rahman lays his fingers on them, he creates pure magic! His music is not only incomparable and magnetic, but also brings situations to life. Guru won innumerable accolades for its romantic and saltation mix. The ace musician has crossed all levels of being tested; he now dishes out work which pushes him to another level. His set benchmark is difficult for any musician to equal. With Jodhaa Akhbar, he redefines music and how!

 

Azeem-o-Shaan Shahenshah (Click the link to view the lyrics of the song) is a song describing King Akbar and his Excellency. The music is strong and rhythmic, both at the same time. Javed Aktar's lyrics bring out a true picture of King Akbar and the love for India. Where music is played with only instruments, this song has music coming from vocals. Mohammed Aslam Bony Chakravarthy and the chorus voices have commoved the feel of the music. It has a tinge of the epic Mughal- E- Azam.

 

If romance had to be given another name, it would be Rahman's Jashn–e-Bahara (Click the link to view the lyrics of the song).  Undoubtedly the music weaves the lyrics and vocals, but in intervals the latter overpowers the soulful music. Javed Saab's words are from heaven. Only he can think of poetry so unusual and sorcerous. Javed Ali's voice sounds neat and very rhythmical. It seems like a recitation from someone who is deeply and madly in love. The second verse makes you fall in love with the creation all over again. With the light fine-tuned music floating alongside, this is the best song in the album without a second thought.

 

The combination of Rahman on the keyboard and singing in his unconventional style gets better with every composition. Khwaja Mere Khwaja (Click the link to view the lyrics of the song), a devotional track in the literary sense is crooned by the man himself. This song will take some time to grow on Rahman lovers. His voice blends with the emotional touch of the song. 'Dil mein samaja, Behason ki takdeer, tune hai Sawaari … Khwaja mere khwaja' these words take you to another world of music.

 

The meaning is the same and so are the lyrics. What is different about In lamhon Ke Daaman Mein (Click the link to view the lyrics of the song) is its presentation and music. Sonu Nigam makes it an effortless sequence. Madhushree's voice gels well with the pleasant music and Sonu's soothing vocals.

 

This one is not sure to be a hit with music buffs. Man Mohana (Click the link to view the lyrics of the song) is a gloomy song sung by Jodhaa and is a form of story telling. Bela Shenda does a brilliant job in keeping the track emotional and not messing up with the high pitched notes. 

 

Jashn-e-bahaaraa's instrumental is a must! One wonders the beauty flute and how it creates a magical environment. This track is irresistible. Another comforting instrumental is that of Khwaja mere khwaja, it's played on the Oboe. 

 

Rahman loyalists will love the music and so will the others. It's larger than life image will overpower every release this season. It has the evergreen flavour which comes only with Rahman music!

 

The article can be found at: http://www.businessofcinema.com/boc/?file=story&id=6679

Jodhaa Akbar a challenge for music maestro Rahman

MUMBAI (Reuters) - For composer A. R. Rahman, the biggest challenge in "Jodhaa Akbar" was creating music that could echo the union of cultures in the period film -- the story of 16th century Mughal emperor Akbar's romance with a Rajput princess.

"Story wise it is about two cultures coming together in a love story," said Rahman. "It was a big challenge for me to compose music keeping in mind this theme of union."

Known for his musical versatility -- from romantic compositions to foot-tapping numbers -- Rahman has innovated with different instruments and sounds to create some of India's best known musical hits for more than a decade.

But for filmmaker Ashutosh Gowariker's ambitious project, the Bollywood composer said he had kept the modern day audience in mind.

"The sounds and songs are very contemporary," said Rahman. "It is a period film but I have not gone into using Rudraveena or those classical instruments while composing."

"The music is simple - mainly instruments and vocals and there's no flashy use of sounds."


Article courtesy: Reuters
http://in.reuters.com/article/bollywoodNews/idINIndia-31433720080116

AR Rahman on music release of Jodha Akbar

Speaking on the music, A R Rahman comments "It has always been a pleasure to associate with Ashutosh on his projects. We started off with Lagaan and then Swades, both of which gave me immense creative satisfaction as a composer. It was an honour that Jodhaa Akbar was offered to me."

AR Rahman for music release of Subash ghais new film

Ace music composer AR Rahman and renowned filmmaker Subhash Ghai created a masterpiece when they teamed up to create the music of ' Taal '. May be that's the reason why Ghai chose to invite Rahman to launch the music of his forthcoming film, ' Black and White ' in Mumbai. Rahman being Ghai's lucky mascot, only time will tell if his presence will add to the magic of Ghai's trademark soulful music...

"I have introduced so many actresses in my films. This time around I am launching an actor. Anubhav Sinha, a talented youngster who won a TV reality show which was a hunt for budding actors, will be seen in my film. I have cast him with Anil Kapoor. Black and White is a low budget film but directed by me with absolute passion and honesty", said the director.

"As far as the music is concerned, to bring out the colourful music in the framework of ' Black and White ' has been a big test for me this time. But the in-depth melodies composed by Sukhwinder and lyrics by Ibrahim Ashq shall meet the expectations of music lovers and my fans I am sure. You need to listen carefully to the music of Black and White to feel it. It's like ecstasy! It grows on you", added the filmmaker about the music.

Knowing his keen sense of music and the chartbusters that his films have given, we are waiting with baited breath to listen to the music of Black and White .

Note: The film has music by
Sukhvinder Singh

Song Lyrics > Saathiya > Aye Udi Udi Udi

Movie: Saathiya (2002)

Song: Aye Udi Udi Udi

Lyrics: Gulzar

Singer: Adnan Sami

Language: Hindi

 

* Lyrics start *

 

( Aye Udi Udi Udi Aye Khwaaboon Kii Burii

Aye Aang Rang Khelii Aye Saarii Raat Ho Gayi )...(2)

Halkii Aye Halkii Kal Raat Jo Shabnam Girii

Har Akhiyaan Vakiyaan Bhar Gayi Kal To Haath Par Dab Dab Girii

Pahalii Pahalii Baarish Kii Chhiite Pahalii Baarish Bhiige

 

Naagina Naagina Naagina Naataa Re Nataa Re Naagina

Uljhii Huii Thii Khul Bhii Gayi Thii Lat Voh Raat Bhar Barsii

Kabhii Manaaya Khuub Sataaya Thii Sab Yaar Kii Marzii

Aye Udi Udi ...Khwaaboon Kii Burii

 

Chhed Dun Main Kabhii Pyaar Se To Tang Hotii Ha

i Chhod Dun Ruuthke To Bhii To Jung Hotii Hai

Chhed Dun Main Kabhii Pyaar Se To Tang Hotii Hai

Khaamkhwaah Chuum Lun To Bhii To Jung Hotii Hai

Zindagi Aankhon Kii Aayat Hai

Zindagi Aankhon Mein Rakhii Hai

Terii Amaanat Hai Zindagi Aye Zindagi Aye Zindagi

Lad Ladke Jiine Ko Ye Lamhe Tode Hain

Mar Marke Siine Mein Ye Shiishe Jode Hain

Tum Kah Do Sab Naate Bas Itna Socho To

Ambar Pe Pahale Hii Sitaare Thode Hain

Zindagi Aankhon Kii Aayat Hai

Zindagi Palkon Mein Jhapkii Hai Miithii Shikaayat Hai

Aye Zindagi Aye Zindagi Aye Zindagi

 

* Lyrics end *

Song Lyrics > Sapnay > Awaara Bhanwre

Movie: Sapnay (1997)

Song: Awaara Bhanwre

Lyrics: Javed Akhtar

Singers: Hema Sardesai, Malaysia Vasudevan

Language: Hindi

 

* Lyrics start *

 

FEMALE:

Awara bhanwre, jo haule haule gaye

Phoolon ke~ tan pe, hawayen sar sarayen (6 beats)

Awara bhanwre, jo haule haule gaye (2 bars)

Phoolon ke tan pe, hawayen sar sarayen (2 bars)

Awara bhanwre, jo haule haule gaye

Phoolon ke tan pe, hawayen sar sarayen

Koyal ki koohoo koohoo, papihe ki peehuu peehuu

Jungle mein chinghar ki chayen jayen

Nadiyan mein laheren ayen

Balkhayen chalki jaayen

Bheege hoton se who gun gunaaye

Gaataa hai sahil, gata hai beheta paani

Gata hai ye dil, sun Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Da Ni Sa Re~~~~

Awara bhanwre, jo haule haule gaye Phoolon

ke~ tan pe, hawayen sar sarayen

 

Verse 1

He he he hey hey hey

Raat jo ayen to, sanata chayen to

Tik tik kare ghardi suno~

Door kahin guzre, rail ki sipul se

Goonjhe dharaa dhari suno

Sangeet hai ye, sangeet hai _ (2)

Manka sange~et suno~

Baahon mein leke bacha maa jo koi lori gaye

Mamta ka geet suno

 

MALE:

Hilkore hilkore (2)

Bangla re bangala chorri chorri bhaya

Hilkore, hilkore (2)

Jungla re jangalare re bhoomi raage bhaya

Awara bhanwre, jo haule haule gaye

Aah, phoolon ke tan pe, hawayen sar sarayen

 

Verse 2

 

MALE:

Bheege parinde jo, khud ko sukhaane ko

Par phard pharate hai suno

Gai bhi bhel bhi, gal mein pardi ganti

Kaise bajaate hai suno

Sangeet hai ye, sangeet hai _ (2)

Jeevan sangeet suno~

Barkha rari who nagin payera jo chayen gayen

Dharti ka geet suno

 

FEMALE:

Hilkore hilkore (2)

Bangla re bangala chorri chorri bhaya

Hilkore, hilkore (2)

Jungla re jangalare re bhoomi raage bhaya

Awara bhanwre, jo haule haule gaye

Phoolon ke tan pe, hawayen sar sarayen

Koyal ki koohoo koohoo, papihe ki peehuu peehuu

Jungle mein chinghar ki chayen jayen

Nadiyan mein laheren ayen

Balkhayen chalki jaayen

Bheege hoton se who gun gunaaye

Gaataa hai sahil, gata hai beheta paani

Gata hai ye dil, sun Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Da Ni Sa Re~~~~

Hilkore yey who who yeh yeh yeh

Yeh hey hey hey ----- hilkore...

 

* Lyrics end *

Song Lyrics > Dil hi dil mein > Ae Nazneen Suno Na

Movie: Dil Hi Dil Mein (2000)

Song: Ae Nazneen Suno Na

Lyrics: Mehboob

Singer: Abhijeet

Language: Hindi

 

* Lyrics start *

 

Ae Naz-neen Suno Na

Ae Naz-neen Suno Na

Humein Tumpe Haq To Do Na

Chahein To Jaan Lo Na

 

Ke Dekha Tumhein To Hosh Ud Gaye

Hont Jaise Khud Hi Sil Gaye

Ye, Hont Jaise Khud Hi Sil Gaye

 

Ae Naz-neen Suno Na

Ae Naz-neen Suno Na

Humein Tumpe Haq To Do Na

Chahein To Jaan Lo Na

 

Ke Dekha Tumhein To Hosh Ud Gaye

Hont Jaise, Hont Jaise Khud Hi Sil Gaye

Ye, Hont Jaise Khud Hi Sil Gaye...

 

Lagta Hai Ke Tumko

Rab Ne Banaya Jis Dam

Apni Kudraton Ko Usne

Tum Mein Kar Diya Tha Gum

Is Jahan Ko Husn Baatana

Bhi Kar Diya Tha Kam

 

Teekhe Teekhe Naye Naksh Tere

Kaliyon Se Komal Hont Tere

Phoolon Se Nazuk Paon Tere

Dono Jahan Qurbaan Tere

 

Tarasha Pyaar Se Jise, Rab Ne

Woh Murath Ho Tum

Santarashon Ki Jaise, Devi Tum

 

Tarasha Pyaar Se Jise, Rab Ne

Woh Murath Ho Tum

Santarashon Ki Jaise, Devi Tum

 

Tumsa Jahan Mein Koi Na

 

Ae Naz-neen Suno Na

Ae Naz-neen Suno Na

Humein Tumpe Haq To Do Na

Chahein To Jaan Lo Na

 

Ke Dekha Tumhein To Hosh Ud Gaye

Hont Jaise, Hont Jaise Khud Hi Sil Gaye...

 

Parda Khayalon Ka Hai

Sachmuch

Zara Saamne Aa

Chand Ko Mein Takta Hoon

Par Teri Shaqal Aakhon Mein

Ji Jalayee Chandini Bhi

Thandi Thandi Raaton Mein

 

Naata Neendon Se Toot Gaya

Tere Liye Ae Mere Haseen

Dil Ko Yakeen Ye Bhi Hai Magar

Aayega Aisa Din Bhi Kabhi

 

Jab Mulaqatein Bhi Hongi

Meethi Si Baatein Bhi Hongi

Pyaar Bhari Raatein Bhi Hongi

Dekhnaaa

 

Jab Mulaqatein Bhi Hongi

Meethi Si Baatein Bhi Hongi

Pyaar Bhari Raatein Bhi Hongi

Dekhnaaa

 

Aa Ne Ki Khabar Do Na

 

Ae Naz-neen Suno Na

Ae Naz-neen Suno Na

Humein Tumpe Haq To Do Na

Chahein To Jaan Lo Na

 

Ke Dekha Tumhein To Hosh Ud Gaye

Hont Jaise, Hont Jaise Khud Hi Sil Gaye

Ye Hont Jaise Khud Hi Sil Gaye

Ye Hont Jaise Khud Hi Sil Gaye...

 

* Lyrics end *

Song Lyrics > Saathiya > O Humdum

Movie: Saathiya

Song: O Humdum

Singer(s): K.K, Shaan, Kunal, Pravin Mani

Language: Hindi

 

* Lyrics start *

 

O hamdam ...

O hamdam suniyo re

O jhaniyaa suniyo re

O jhaniyaa ...

shaam ko khidikee se choree choree nange paaon chaand aayegaa

 

O hamdam suniyo re

O jhaniyaa suniyo re

O jhaniyaa

shaam ko khidikee se choree choree nange paaon chaand aayegaa

 

Ohhhhhhhh suniyo re Ohhhhhhhh jhaniyaa re

Ohhhhhhhh suniyo re

O Ohhhhhhhh jhaniyaa re

 

dheem dheem thanana dheem thananana

OhOoo galiyon se aayegaa

dheem dheem thanana dheem thananana

OhOoo seetee bajaayegaa

dheem dheem thanana dheem thananana

OhOoo neem ke ped se

dheem dheem thanana dheem thananana

OhOoo paas bulaayegaa

 

RAP: Hey, here we go. I'm ripped up on the match.

Just singing Rhythm hit the hop. Once again, in

effect, feel the kids (kiss?) come slamming off

the baseline, never mess around with a phone call

because I'm sticking, kicking, always finger

licking. I don't need Halloween just to be trick

or treating, because I'm always on top. Ibikado-

von-chikidavon(?!!)

 

O hamdam suniyo re

O jhaniyaa suniyo re

O jhaniyaa

shaam ko khidikee se choree choree nange paaon chaand aayegaa

 

Ohhhhhhhh suniyo re Ohhhhhhhh jhaniyaa re

Ohhhhhhhh suniyo re

O Ohhhhhhhh jhaniyaa re

 

dheem dheem thanana dheem thananana

OhOoo galiyon se aayegaa

dheem dheem thanana dheem thananana

OhOoo seetee bajaayegaa

dheem dheem thanana dheem thananana

OhOoo neem ke ped se

dheem dheem thanana dheem thananana

OhOoo paas bulaayegaa

 

* Lyrics end *