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Lyrics / Video of Song : Ka Kha Ga Gha

aye tumse mili toh pyar ka seekha hai ka kha ga gha
aye samjhao na, kyun pyar ka ulta hai ka kha ga gha
kyun jo dard de, tadpaye bhi lagta hai pyara wohi
kyun toote yeh dil dehlaaye dil kabhi

tairne ki jo koshishein kare kaahe doob jaata hai
sab bhula ke jo doob jaaye kyun wohi tair paata hai
wo joh har khel mein jeeta yahan, dilbar se hara wohi
kyun toote yeh dil dehlaaye dil kabhi
aye tumse mili toh pyar ka seekha hai ka kha ga gha
aye samjhao na, kyun pyar ka ulta hai ka kha ga gha

dhat teri
iski har saza kubool ho jise yahan wahi wahi bari hua hai
ispe jo mukadmaa kare aji wahi wahi mara hai
batao kyun, is jail se bhaaga hai jo dobara lauta woh bhi
kyun toote yeh dil dehlaaye dil kabhi
aye tumse mili toh pyar ka seekha hai ka kha ga gha
aye samjhao na, kyun pyar ka ulta hai ka kha ga gha

lyrics of song Ka Kha Ga Gha

Top user comments for lyrics of song "Ka Kha Ga Gha"
sajid1891 on Thursday, May 21, 2015
The music kept this movie strong. Amit Trivedi did an outstanding job with the project. Jazz music and Bollywood is a difficult task. Only Amit Trivedi could do music like this. I think this takes his standard to another level. Very knowledgeable and full with talent when you listen to the music. A lot of people did not like the movie because of the consistent plot. I would agree slightly but still thought the movie was really good. Kashyp brought the Western World to India and did well in my opinion. I think he did well because it is hard to have the audience to buy-in to these kind of movies. This was his "masterpiece", his story that he thought was the best story to present to the audience. Things I loved about the film: -Performance by: Ranbir Kapoor, Anushka Sharma, Vivaan Shah. Ranbir played a difficult role in my opinion with so many features and characteristics in his character. -Music Obviously: There was not one point in the film I did not stop tapping my foot while the music was playing with legendary songs and a classic background score. -The setting that was presented in the film, the visuals, and how everything looked authentic. -Things I hated about the film: Performance by Karan Johar was not good at all. Probably the worst part of the film besides the inconsistent plot. I just felt that if they were gonna put a villain, they needed a villain with pedigree and some type of style to him. Karan Johar and acting cannot go in the same sentence. WHY NOT CAST Manoj Bajpal? Bring some nastiness to that business style character. Johar's character really bothered me. Inconsistent storyline, I thought the flow of the film was not that great but in the end I got what the story was, so that is why I am not gonna be too harsh on that part. Probably just me: I thought the ending could have been more spectacular. It was the killing of a very "dangerous" man to the system that was in place. The ending should have been more epic. Overall, I liked the film, I would watch it again. Gotta go in with an open mind and just have a utopia way of thinking. I would give the movie 3/5 *** stars out of 5. I would recommend everyone to watch it because of the music, performance, visuals. This is a very different film and I liked it, highly recommend it.

Sumit Pandey on Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Anurag Kashyap is one man who doesn't care about the masses. He doesn't serve mediocrity. He'll take chances but won't compromise with quality. He sticked to the Jazz Genre of the 60s when he could have told Amit Trivedi to make a few songs that appeal to the masses. #Respect And who better than Amit Trivedi to serve the purpose. Wonderful playlist. Strictly for pure music lovers. This is either going to be a GREAT movie, a cult classic OR a failed attempt. Regardless, Anurag Kashyap has to be appreciated for the positive change he wants to bring in this Bollywood Culture.

Cationna on Saturday, April 25, 2015
Absolutely fantastic album! Though it's probably the instrumentals - especially "The BV Theme" - that show off Amit Trivedi's brilliance best, all the songs are great pieces. My favourite is probably "Ka Kha Gha". I fell in love with Neeti Mohan's voice (not that other singers are any less good; e.g. Shefali Alvares has this harsh quality that makes her sound sassy and jazzy - to sum up, they are all matched up to the songs musically and substantially very well). And I even for the first time see sense in including a remix on an official tracklist.

Simon Thomas on Friday, April 24, 2015
This soundtrack is very evocative and artistically appealing, as an Indian take on a declining 20th century American genre of music. Its fascinating to listen to the talented Mr. Trivedi's spin on this genre. But it's too niche, too foreign, too different, too mild to match the colorful romantic highs that the blockbuster musical pageantry such as mainstream Bollywood fare innately requires. Considering Kashyap was trying to make a well-crafted but mainstream flick maybe he ought to have gone for a more mainstream soundtrack.

arvind darwin on Monday, May 11, 2015
This is one of its kind for Bollywood and its sensibilities. Considering there is so much at stake with anurag kashyap's 100+ crore budget, the soundtrack is uncompromising to commercial masala sensibilities. That in my opinion very brave. "Mohobat buri bimari" repeated 3 times and once back to back is too much for me. As the album progresses one gets a feel of the era and jazz music. Give it few listens and it does grow on you. Btw where is fifi?

Simon Thomas on Friday, June 26, 2015
Dhadaam Dhadaam needs to be recognized for the soaring masterpiece that it is. An incredible work of passion, brimming with lament, moving us with a fluid and pure genius that does not descend to modern "cheap" gimmicks like auto-tune that lots of Indian composers (badly) use. Amit Trivedi had to familiarize himself with the world of jazz, and this number more than any other in this soundtrack really shows how well he mastered it.

Shah Shaheen on Sunday, May 03, 2015
To be honest, I only liked Fifi and Behroopia. All other songs felt like composed with a similar musical arrangements with a single theme - 60's Jazz. It was a kinda boring. I felt like listening to some parody songs of 1960's. Amit could have done some better work with Bombay Velvet. just listen to first 5 songs.. excess use of xaxophone , irritating. Bombay velvet theme was a good one too.

actisac on Friday, July 24, 2015
Although Gangsters of Bombay during the 1960's era were seldom armed with Sub-Machine guns (Most of them preferred Revolvers and Two bore Shotguns) especially American Thompson "Tommy" Sub Machine guns. The British Sten gun was the preferred weapon of Choice for Mafia members, Dacoits & Naxalites of the 1960's. Presently all of them use AK-47's as their Standard Machine gun/Rifle.

Shivani Patel on Monday, April 27, 2015
I'll be honest... I didn't like the song, Fifi and Mohabbat Buri Bimari, at first. But then I kept listening to it and I eventually started to fall in love with it. I understand true Jazz music now. I wasn't a big fan of Jazz but now I understand it and totally love it! This album is fantastic! Amazing job Amit Trivedi! But I love Neeti Mohan's tracks the most. I love her voice!

Aswad Ali on Sunday, April 26, 2015
Surely Amit Trivedi has crossed the limits and he has given the pure jazz music in this album. I really love his effort and i realy like the theme song and every other track on the list and those people who are against this album i think they are still not ready to accept the change we need to uplift ourself and open our mind in broader aspect to enjoy this album! 

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Film cast: Ranbir Kapoor, Anushka Sharma, Manish Choudhary, Kay Kay Menon, Karan Johar, Khambatta, Siddhartha Basu, Remo Fernandes, Satyadeep Mishra, Mukesh Chhabra, Vivaan Shah
Singer: Neeti Mohan, Mohit Chauhan, Suman Shridhar, Shalmali Kholgade, Shefali Alvares, Papon
Lyricist: Amitabh Bhattacharya, Majrooh Sultanpuri
Music Director: Amit Trivedi, Mikey McCleary
Film Director: Anurag Kashyap
Film Producer: Anurag Kashyap, Vikramaditya Motwane, Vikas Bahl, Madhu Mantena
External Links: Bombay Velvet at IMDB    Bombay Velvet at Wikipedia

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