Thursday, September 4, 2014

Anisuthide Yaakoe Indu....MUNGAARU MALEY

This is an orginal Kannada song, written by Jayant Kaikini and sung by Sonu Nigam(national award for which) from the movie MUNGARU MALEY. While I singularly hated the movie, some of the songs were wonderful......

Unbeknownst me this feeling,

You epitomise my very longing,

From a land magical, your descent,

For me alone, I comprehend,

This bitter-sweet pang,

Snuff me of life lass, this once on a whim.

Ushering in your fragrance, a torrential downpour,

You in another's dream, a thought restless sour.

The full moon withdraws tonight,

Chancing your winsome sight,

Imprisoned in the thought of your being,

Enclasp me in a hug lass, this once on a whim.

Within your lip blossoms, honey words unsaid,

Each page of the mind, carries your signature,

When fate unwrote your name in my destiny,

I etched it in my heart for eternity,

You're but blissfully unaware,

Summon me by name lass, this once on a whim.

Mera Kuch Samaan - IJAAJAT

Mera Kuch Samaan - 
Film: Ijaazat
Lyrics : Gulzar

Music : RD Burman

Mera kuch saamaan tumhare paas paDa hai
Saawan ke kuch bheege bheege din rakheN hain
Aur mere ek khat mein lipti raat paDi hai
Woh raat bhuja dho 
Mera woh saamaan lauTaa do...

PathjhaD hai kuch...hai na?
PathjhaD mein kuch pathon ki ghirne ki aahaT
Khanon mein ek baar pehne ke lout aayi thi
PathjhaD ki woh shaaq abhi tak kaamp rahi hai
Woh shaaq ghira do 
Mera woh saamaan lauTaa do

Ek akeli chatri mein jab aadhe aadhe bheeg rahe the
Adhe sookhe aadhe geele 
Sookha to main le aayi thi
Geela man shaayad bistar ke paas paDa ho
Woh bhijwa do 
Mera woh saamaan lauTaa do

Ek sau solaah chaand ki raatein
Ek tumhare kaandhe ka til
Gheeli mehendi ki khushboo
Jhoot moot ke shiqwe kuch
Jhoot moot ke waade bhi sab yaad kara doon
Sab bhijwa do
Mera woh samaan lauTaa do..

Ek ijaazat de do bas.
Jab isko dafnaooNgi
Main bhi wahin so jayoongi..
Main bhi wahin so jayoongi..

A few of my belongings,
Held captive with you,
Some wet monsoon days,
Also in your custody.
And in the folds of a letter,
I wrote you, lies entwined a night, 
Pray extinguish it now,
Return me my belongings......

There are autumns, yes?
Ringing in the sounds of leaves,
I once wore those soft footfalls,
As earrings and returned away.
A twig from that branch,
Shivers yet from the act,
Pray free the branch?
And return me my belongings......

Underneath an umbrella once,
We walked half drenched,
In a quasi soaked, semi dry state,
I’d come home with the dry half,
fear half a drenched mind,
Lies unattended near your bedstead.
send it forth urgently will you,
And with it the rest of my belongings.

Sixteen and one hundred moonlit nights,
And that pesky mole on your shoulder,
Fragrance of wet hennaed hands,
Some mock complaints feigned,
Some never to be requited promises,
I remember all, send them back,
Please return me my belongings,

In the end also permit this,
When I bury them all,
Lie alongside in peace.