shahid aly on Thursday, April 12, 2012
this song of ASHA ji is from the very successful private album called ' an
unforgettable treat ' issued by HMV in the early 1970's. IT has sold even
more than 'Dil Padosi Hai' , Burman sahab's tribute to his wife's genius.
HMV as usual wanted Lata ji but finally had to eat humble pie when Jaidev
insisted that only Asha Bhosle would be able to handle these 8 great
tunes..semi-classical singing at its very best.this song is
brilliantly introspective ! love it !
Priya MyMusicalHeaven on Sunday, December 28, 2014
Asha Bhonsle forever ! How beautifully she sang the poetry of Mahadevi
Verma suffusing it with apt emotions. And, of course, Jaidev deserves much
credit for an extremely beautiful semi-classical composition... what a
talented composer he was. Love this song, and the rest of them from this
album as well. Thanks.
sarlata20 on Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Never heard this beautiful song, sung by Brilliant Singer our Dear Asha Ji
in her UNIQUE,soulful voice. Great,touching lyrics. Asha Ji looks very very
beautiful & impressive with glow of intelligence on her face. Thanks Ajay
Bhai. Thumbs Up. W.R. Didi.
Suresh Chandra Sharma on Monday, April 09, 2012
Fantastic! I am a big fan of Jaidev who did not get as much recognition as
he deserved. Songs of Hum Dono, Kinare Kinare, Prem Parbat, Mujhe Jeene Do
and many others, including Madhushala are proof of his calibre. Thanks
Bharat Gul on Monday, April 09, 2012
Another lovely, lovely Jaidev-Asha treat especially because I am hearing
it for the first time. Glad to know that the poetry is by Mahadevi Verma
whose work one studied in high school classes decades ago.Thanks, Ajay.
Deepak Goswami on Tuesday, April 10, 2012
I have never heard this song, excellent photograph of ASHA Tai and no
doubt, the composition of JAIDEV is mind boggling
crazyoldsongs on Monday, April 09, 2012
superb ! i have heard it before but can't seem to remember when ! just
adore jaidev's compositions !
Mohan Chougonkar on Monday, December 17, 2012
I had heard this LP in the mid seventies at my relative's. Could never
locate the album again since I did not remember the name of the album. Each
song is really outstanding. Thanks for uploading. And also for letting know
the name of the album. One can look up in the Sa Re Ga Ma website and
hopefully get the CD.
pyarkaaloo on Monday, May 13, 2013
hello...it is on her devotional album, Bala Main Bairagan Hungi! i
purchased the CD around 2000, i think it was a 1989 recording? not sure.
then they re-released it as Bala Main Bairagan Ho Gayi... not sure why they
changed the title from future to past? in any case, a google search should
yield results :)
Pradeep Kumar Mukherjee on Wednesday, September 16, 2015
Heard this long time back in vividh bharti &since then trying to get it but
suddenly I thought of YouTube & my desire was fulfilled.This number has a
wonderful calming effect on the mind, Thanks