Dessiree Rosas on Tuesday, July 23, 2013
crazy celebrities. celebrities have gone crazy. kareen kapoor shouldnt have
slapped a senior actor in public. she must be mad. watch before they ban it
G works on Monday, June 09, 2008
when ever i Listen to his voice in what evr mood iam, something crushes my
heart. It's painfull but i enjoy it. God why dont u create a man like this
again and again..
amir iqbal on Sunday, June 14, 2009
i m sure Nusrat saab along with Lata Mangeshkar has sung the most number of
songs ever in this whole world. The difference ofcourse is that Nusrat also
composed them himself, he has released more than 100 albums, his unreleased
albums wud be almost the same, mixtapes wud come around 200 as well, wow!!!
PakBaluch on Tuesday, February 16, 2010
Nowhere, nomadik, did I write the reason why the poems are written in the
feminine voice--- I merely wrote out what it means or translates to in
English---- Have a thorough read before sharing irrelevant correction with
others users. Cheers!
PakBaluch on Thursday, November 12, 2009
So Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali sings in the chorus that, "she" is embarassed,
shy, ashamed to be seen without her lover, her man. She so repeats her
lover's name amidst her tears in the hopes her lover would come back to her
embrace, his home.
Insanity on Monday, October 05, 2009
i heard that too billa... the coke studio version.. but honestly that was
errrr "crap" compared to ustad ji. am sorry if i`ve offended anybody but
somethings... they are better left untouched... that would be the best
jhaat_k_baal on Saturday, November 07, 2009
I am not quite sure about this translation could anybody please help me
with this? I feel ashamed?? without you, please come home my love. Wailing,
I call your name, please come home my love.
Lateef Shaikh on Monday, November 17, 2008
An amazing song and a complete amazing album. I had this complete album 8
years back. Recently heard 'Coke Studio' version by Rahat Fateh Ali so I
thought to find the original one. Thanks.
jhaat_k_baal on Saturday, September 18, 2010
@9chak come on man, admit it sounds like that. Ustad sahib probably didn't
know it and its probably an old music phrase like sa-re-ga-ma, but its
still funny.. 3:51..listen again.
SniperWolf354 on Wednesday, February 04, 2009
It's gotta be Nusrat! He does some things with his voice that are out of
this world.. stuff I've never heard Lata even come close to. Mind you, Lata
is a legend in her own right.