The legendary singers Lata Mangeshkar and Asha Bhosle have ruled Bollywood for decades with their melodious voice and unique style of singing. Now, the two sisters have come together for the new album titled ‘Mein Hawaa’. The last time these two legendary singers sung together was 30 years ago. I
bemuravat bewafa begana-e-dil aap hai.. MUBARAK BEGUM
Film :Sushila (1966) Lyricist: Jaan Nisar Akhtar Music : C. Arjun Singer : Mubarak Begum Director: Mahendra Pran Producer: Shri Vinayak Chitra Genre: Family Drama Lyrics :- darde dil dare wafa darde tamanna kya hai aap kya jane mohabbat ka takaza kya hai bemurawat bewafa begana e dil aap hai aap mane ya na mane mere qatil aap hai bemurawat bewafa begana e dil aap hai aap mane ya na mane mere qatil aap hai aap se shikwa hai mujhe gair se shikwa nahi janti hun dil mein rakhne ke kabil aap hai bemurawat bewafa begana e dil aap hai aap mane ya na mane mere qatil aap hai sans leti hun to yun mehsus hota hai mujhe jaise mere dil ki har dhadkan mein shamil aap hai bemurawat bewafa begana e dil aap hai aap mane ya na mane mere qatil aap hai .. gam nahin jo laakh tufanon se takarana pade mein wo kashti hun jis kashti ke sahil aap hai.. MUBARAK BEGUM :- Mubarak Begum , born 1940, Sujangarh, Churu, Rajasthan is an Indian Ghazal and playback singer. She started her career with light music recitals with All India Radio, the Indian government radio. Her career as a playback singer with Hindi film industry started when she got a break in the movie Aaiye with the song "Mohe Aane Lagi Angrayi, Aja Aja Balam" for composer Shaukat Dehlvi. She also sang a duet with the then upcoming Lata Mangeshkar. Most composers had preferring to provide her with only a few lines instead of complete songs; she had struggled to be considered for complete songs. Even later, when she ...
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