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Lyrics / Video of Song : Ab Kya Misal Doon Main Tumhare Shbaab Ki
ab kya misaal doon maein tumhare shabaab ki
insaan ban gayee hai kiran mahtaab ki
chehre mein ghul gaya hai haseen chandni ka noor
aankhon mein hai chaman ki jawan raat ka suroor
gardan hai ek jhuki hui daali gulab ki
ab kya misaal doon
gesu khule to shaam ke dil se dhuan uthe
chhule kadam to jhukke na phir aasman uthe
sau baar jhilmilaye shama aaftab ki
ab kya misaal doon
deewar-o-dar ka rang, yeh aanchal, yeh pairhan
ghar ka mere chirag hai boota sa yeh badan
tasveer ho tumhi jannat ke khwab ki
ab kya misaal doon
Top user comments for lyrics of song "Ab Kya Misal Doon Main Tumhare Shbaab Ki"
mrshahcph on Thursday, February 03, 2011 Centuries will pass before another voice of such calibre, elocution and style will be gifted to this planet again. No body could ever reach to his height.He had complete control in all sorts of variations in singing. A naive persona, he could naturally justify the poetic lyrics and I think the poets created these inspired by his voice as they could imagine their creations just as the composers did, Rafi Sahib are immortal and his rendered services will remain in our hearts.(4rth February 2011)
sonny19xx on Sunday, February 14, 2010 Actually it is the other way around. When it is Lata you can clearly say that MDs play a greater role. Becos her voice gets to be shrill sometimes. But if it is Rafi the voice and diction is absolutely faultless. I personally dont rate Lats's voice very highly. Though in this song Rafi's voice comes first and then MD Roshan next. MD Roshan cannot be forgotten. Roshan and Rafi used to share a strong relationship. But not to forget Meena Kumari. Actually I like her the most.
Rmehtacpa on Saturday, June 12, 2010 Look at the expressed response to each word of the excellent poetry. Acting thy name (as it used to be) is EXPRESSION and not that wild jerking of body as in modern movies of imported wholesale exercise from HOLYWOOD to BOLYWOOD.
sonny19xx on Thursday, March 11, 2010 Rafi will not die till our generation and for all future generations so long as love for good music is alive in human hearts. Roshan's score is great. MK is beautiful . THANKS RAjshri
hobgoblin707 on Monday, March 23, 2009 In "Ek Bhut Banaunga" - Dev Anand's goofy antics prior to the singing offset the scene that is supposed to be romantic. His acting does not match the romance of the scene at all. Fortunately, Mohammed Rafi's singing overcomes that shortcoming and makes him romantic. In "Koi Sone Dilwale" - prior to the singing, Dev Anand has some lines he renders in a dry, old, stale, quivering voice. That's how I genuinely feel about the delivery (not just to criticize). Rafi compensates with excellent singing.
hobgoblin707 on Monday, March 23, 2009 Again, it is the romantic persona that Rafi puts into Koi Sone Dilwale that pretty much rescues the wooden actor and gives him the romantic image. In fairness, Dev Anand matched well with Kishore in the 50s. By the 60s, Dev Anand's deliverly became stale and both Rafi & Kishore were far too energetic and youthful and projected that onto Dev. What would Guide be without Rafi & Kishore? Pradeep Kumar was a better actor than Dev Anand and more talented. He just didn't have the excess heroic looks.
hobgoblin707 on Monday, March 23, 2009 now, on the subject of dev anand. he was a wooden actor with two redeeming traits: the look of a "good indian boy" and excellent choice in SD Burman. as an actor, he relied heavily on both Mohammed Rafi & Kishore Kumar. Normally, Rafi or Kishore would try to match the actors. It was the other way around for Dev Anand. Dev Anand's best shot at being "romantic" was to emulate Rafi Sahab's romantic persona. His best shot at being lively and fluid rather than dry was to emulate Kishore Kumar.
hobgoblin707 on Monday, March 23, 2009 i think that meena kumari's talent was second to none. she was very gifted. i wish she did more light & romantic roles. i really liked her in this video in 1:24-1:29. she looked beautiful and her acting was superb! i think this was supposed to be a thoughtful, introvert kind of song rather than have extrovert romantic. that's why she acted the way she did. you can lay the blame on the director's doorstep. to a lesser extent, i'd argue the same on pradeep kumar.
musicparast on Thursday, September 04, 2008 Shakeel ke chaar gaane:
chaudhvi ka chand ho..
husnwaale tera jawaab nahi..
jaan-e-bahaar husn tera
husn se chaand bhi sharmaaya hai..
aur Majrooh ka ye geet:
aurat ki khoobsurati ki ye paancho taareefe
"kuchh aur bhi chaman me mulaayam gulaab hai!
lekin khayaal-e-gul ye mera laajawaab hai!"
tasveeeren on Friday, December 18, 2009 Right.... this song nicely composed by Roshan, BUT, Rafi Saheb made this song great! What a voice.