Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Do not forget him , Waheed is alive



23rd November is the death anniversary of legendary legend of Pakistani silver screen, Waheed Murad, who is still known and remembered for his unique style, charming personality and unforgettable performances, and who still lives in our hearts through his work.

I am just sharing a beautiful song "Tum wohi ho lo tumhen aj bata detey hain" from his movie "Devar Bhabhi".

25 comments:

  1. excellent song and as usual Waheed Murad with his unique mannerism that made him the most stylish actor of all times.

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  2. Many years ago, I watched this movie in Lahore cinema from the very start-- right to the end.
    His films are the best for the society we live in. Waheed will live for ever.

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  3. please visit my blog to join my site.
    Jazak Allah

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  4. AWD, thank you for sharing your views.

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  5. Excellent choice of song.

    One thing which I realized about the song (written by Qateel Shifai) recently was that much of its imagery is common with how Iqbal described the role of evil poets in society (in Secrets of the Self): their kiss robs the rose of its color and fragrance, etc.

    And here it says:
    یہ صحنِ گلشن میں جب گئے ہیں بہار ہی لُوٹ لے گئے ہیں

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  6. great song Urooj . Thanks for sharing it.

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  7. hmmm....
    tum wahi ho, lo tumhen aj bta dete hain
    tum wahi ho, lo tumhen aj bta dete hain
    tum wahi ho...

    chandni main jise, lehron pe machalte dekha,
    chodween raat main, baadal se nikaltey dekha,
    jis ki angrayi thi, uth-te huey tufanon main,
    jis ko kalyon k kaleje pe teheltey huey dekha.

    tum wahi ho, lo tumhen aj bta dete hain
    tum wahi ho...

    jis ko seene main, dharak-te huey aksar paya,
    jis ko tanhayee main, pehlu ke barabar paya,
    aur kabhi hum ko judai ka jo ehsas hua,
    apni har sans ko, chalta hua khanjar paya.

    tum wahi ho, lo tumhen aj bta dete hain
    tum wahi ho...

    jis k galon ko muhabbat ke kanwal kehte rahey,
    jis se milney ke iraade ko atal kehtey rahey,
    _________ ka dya humne khitab,
    aj tak jis k tasawwur main ________ kehtey rahey.

    tum wahi ho, lo tumhen aj bta dete hain
    tum wahi ho, lo tumhen aj bta dete hain

    tum wahi ho...

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  8. Fill in the two blanks please :s

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  9. @Sir Khurram, I am not able to understand your comment in relation to the song uploaded by me as the verse quoted by you is from some other song so can u please advise if there is any connection between them.

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  10. Hena, thank you for commenting and am happy to see you after a long time.

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  11. @rIZ, as AWD already offered and asked about the treat, first right is his. So tell him, would there be any treat for filling the blanks then see if he fills the blanks :)

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  12. @AWD:

    :p

    We are working on that ;D

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  13. @Urooj: sorry, i confused it with another song from the same movie posted by Thinking at her blog some time ago: Yeh khaghzi phool jaise chehray

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  14. @Sir Khurram, yes i thought the same :)

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  15. (i) Jan-e-Jan, Jan-e-tamanna

    (ii) Ghazal

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  16. rIZ, I am glad that finally you filled the blanks yourself.

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  17. :D

    I just checked that message dear, again. Yup, someone sent that to me with the full stanza.

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  18. I love this song.As a matter of fact Waheed's presence on screen seems to lighten up everything.He has a mesmerizing effect.No wonder it was said that his co-stars used to forget their lines when they faced him.

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  19. I am back again,I love this song and the actor.I don't think I will ever forget him. To me he is the greatest And he always will be.Babra Shareef said "Oon jaisa abhi tuk koi paida hi nahi hua.She just spoke my mind.
    Thanks, Urooj

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  20. chaman, thanks for coming and sharing your views about the legendary legend.

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