Imtiaz U. Faruqui on Monday, August 02, 2010
What a song , I was lucky to meet the person who wrote this song, we spent
some time together at the residence of Composer Sohail Rana in Karachi . He
was Faiaaz Hashmi , At the end the lyrics goes like this . IN HOTOON KO
FAIAAZ MEIN KUCH DAY NA SUKOON GA. THIS IS IMTIAZ FARUQUI FROM NEW YORK
Murali Iyer on Wednesday, July 31, 2013
Dear Mr Rajan, my senior office mate introduced me to this song in the
early eighties. Since then, I like to sing Talat's songs and I rever him,
to a great extent. Almost all of his songs are dear to me, particularly his
solos. . Please share this ghazal's karaoke, if you have it.
Amarjit Madan on Wednesday, June 11, 2014
A very nicely sung gazlal by my most favorite singer Talat Mehmood is
ageless and always enjoyable. This silken voice became silent but TALAT
will live in our hearts.
Moid Hasan on Friday, April 22, 2011
Talat Mahmood joined film as a hero with the name of Tapan Kumar in Bengali
film then he met Anil Biswas who made him singer.
Bharat Patwala on Tuesday, June 17, 2014
UNFORGETTABLE NON FILMI GAZAL OF TALATJI. I HAVE BEEN LISTENING THIS FOR
LAST FIVE DECADES,BUT IT IS AS FRESH AS EVER !
kirti kumar Khanna on Wednesday, November 26, 2014
wha wha what a beautifull song .i used to listenthis in my young age.now
at 77 years of age still enjoying it
Rajan Narasimhan on Thursday, August 01, 2013
Dear Mr Murali, I am happy to find another Talat admirer, one who also
sings Talat songs. This is a very old Ghazal of the 1940s, a non filmi
ghazal, and one of his earliest renderings. It is a haunting melody and the
lyrics are very moving. Here is another Talat classic, " Hain sabse madhur
woh geet jinhe, hum dard ke sur mein gaate hain" based on the lines from
"Ode to a skylark" by Shelley, "Our sweetest songs are those that tell of
saddest thoughts". Happy singing! Rajan
Rajan Narasimhan on Sunday, April 07, 2013
I first heard this song in the 1940s when I was an eight year old in Delhi.
The tune remains etched in my memory even today. It is a haunting melody
sung soulfully by Talat as only he could. A moving experience listening to
this song. I sing on Karaoke but as this song is not on my list I sing it
anyway without accompaniment. I feel very fulfilled whenever I do so.
dharambir dodd on Sunday, July 31, 2011
listened to this touching soothing song in 1957 as a teenager and also used
to sing in my boyish voice.there was another gem of his viz.:chand mere
chand se sharma gaya,sharma gaya...yeh bhi hai kya aap ki pass ya phir kho
gaya reshmi andheron mein ?Khuda aap ko salamat rakhe.take care.
Vijay Datta on Saturday, February 16, 2013
It does remind me of good old days when all the elders of my family used to
hum this particular one.I had the privilege of listening the song on my
Farmaish from Talatji during live concert in seventies.Thanks for taking me
back to those days. A great feeling indeed !