% % Contributor: % Transliterator: Avinash Chopde (email@example.com) % Credits: rec.music.indian.misc (USENET newsgroup) % Preetham Gopalaswamy (firstname.lastname@example.org) % C.S. Sudarshana Bhat (email@example.com) % Editor: Anurag Shankar (firstname.lastname@example.org) % % % This film was supposedly based loosely on Nargis's life, atleast the % earlier parts are. Nutan is treated very badly by her uncle and aunt % (she is an orphan) until they find out what a good singer she is. When % she becomes a famous filmstar, they rally around to be part of her % money. This song is the first time Nutan sings in public, not because % she wants to but because she runs onto the stage to escape a local goonda % who is trying to rape her. The song expresses the character's % disillusionment with life and the society around her. % This is a very beauiful tune and very very un-Nayyaresque tune. The % whole song is set to a fairly high pitch, possibly for dramatic value and % excellently sung by Asha. I don't know if these lyrics are exceptional % but I love the accusatory quality. I see them as words written in anger, % not helplessness. % bekas kii tabaahii ke saamaan hazaaro.n hai.n diipak to akelaa hai, tuufaan hazaaro.n hai.n laachaar kiyaa hamako laachaar kiyaa hamako (?) dukh dard jalan aa.Nsuu, kyaa kyaa naa diyaa hamako bhagavaan tere hamapar ehasaan hazaaro.n hai.n diipak to akelaa hai, tuufaan hazaaro.n hai.n suurat se to insaa.n hai.n dushman hai.n muhabbat ke sab chor hai.n Daakuu hai.n maa.N-bahano.n kii izzat ke kahane ko zamaane me.n insaan hazaaro.n hai.n diipak to akelaa hai, tuufaan hazaaro.n hai.n hamadard nahii.n milataa phir aae jahaa.N bhar me.n motii kii tarah pyaase rote hai.n samandar me.n apanaa hii nahii.n koI a.njaan hazaaro.n hai.n diipak to akelaa hai, tuufaan hazaaro.n hai.n %
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