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Lyrics of Teri Duniya Se Hoke Majboor - तेरी दुनिया से हो के मजबूर चला
teree duniyaan se ho ke majaboor chalaa
main bahot door, bahot door, bahot door chalaa
is kadar door ke fir laut ke bhee aa naa sakoo
ayesee manjil ke jahaan khud ko bhee main paa naa sakoo
aaur majabooree hain kyaa itanaa bhee batalaa naa sakoo
aankh bhar aaee agar ashkon ko main pee loongaa
aah nikalee jo kabhee hothhon ko main see loongaa
tuz se waadaa hain kiyaa isaliye main jee loongaa
khush rahe too hain jahaan, le jaa duwaayen meree
teree raahon se judaa ho gayee raahen meree
kuchh naheen saath mere, bas hain khataayen meree
Comments for lyrics of song "Teri Duniya Se Hoke Majboor"
sam14450 on Monday, December 01, 2008 This song from movie Pavitar Paapi based on Novel with same name very
famous Punjabi author Nanak Singh. I saw this movie with my class mates
about 38 years back, we were two/three boys rest were girls. I never ever
seen so much crying we all were crying non stop, but the girls about 15 of
them were just uncontrollable. It is very painful movie to watch, it has
very very sad ending. I still remember some of the girls had red eyes next
day from crying. Lot of memories. Thanks from Canada. Sam
ParthoGuru on Friday, January 29, 2010 I have been researching on Kishore Da and Mohammad Rafi over the last
couple of years. It is true that Rafi had a better pitch and more fluidity
in his voice, but it has some dampness. Kishore Da's voice is a true
masculine voice, and this richness of his voice, is music to the ears.
Kishore Da could emote very easily, which can be very easily found, through
this song. I love Kishore Da's voice and find the quality of his voice to
be much better than Rafi, whereas Rafi had a better range.
Dr Rajesh badhwar on Sunday, October 09, 2011 i want to tell all of you that this Song is from MOVIE "PAVITAR
PAPPI".this movie was based on the punjabi novel "pavitar
pappi"..by the greatest PUNJABI NOVELIST --"SARDAR NANAK
SINGH".This novel was so popular that it got published in
many forieign languages including ENGLISH. The english title of this novel
is "THE WATCHMAKER"...Just a
masterpiece..i appeal to my dear friends to read the
raj1905 on Monday, May 17, 2010 see the depth...the depth only attainable by kishore da.i dont know how
to put it but kishore da wasnt actually a singer.he did something
else...he used to (almost) talk in scale...0 effort, 1000% emotions
embodied on each and every word. if he sings in a context of siblings, he
need not mention words like "sister, bahan etc." he would completely tuned
his feeling according to the song and you can actually make out that the
song is for a sister. thats the genius !!!
Curiousquest2 on Saturday, September 20, 2008 I personally think that some should do not give his/her life for someone whom you have loved in the life ,there is someone who is better in life ,and moreover whatever happen has happened for the good reson, so carry on with your life , instead of bowing down to who does not love you in life ,even if he/she love you after bowing down it will not like before when you first met him/her.
Thanks best advise from Vancouver(canada)
0000aa9 on Wednesday, April 16, 2008 kishore da is a god gifted man one believes or not but he DID NOT get any
classical training or he wasn't taught music from any1 it was natural n god
gifted he BORN GENIUS n he sings so BRILLIANT WHAT A VOICE HE HAS GOT N
THIS SONG IS AMAZING BUT MY FAVRITE SONG SUNG BY KISHORE DA IS MERE NAINA
SAWAN BHADO THAT'S A LEGENDARY SONG I THINK THAT A MAN LIKE KISHORE DA
TAKES BIRTH ONCE IN 7,000 YEARS THAT'S ALL I CAN SAY
Ranasbg on Wednesday, March 19, 2008 Joshi Sb, Everytime I listen to this song I start crying because it reflects my own life I rate this song as top most song by Kishore Kumar, helplessness and emptiness of Prikshat Sahni's son (I dont know his name)is so natural and emotional that one can feel it, especially at the last shot when he sings aaj say juda ho gayan rahin apni and the two trains going in opposite directions vow, brillant work.
PONNADA SRINIVASPRASAD on Sunday, March 15, 2015 One of Kishore's best songs, it only dispels the false notion that Kishore
da could not render high pitch, notes or variations in a song! such a voice
and effort could easily master, digest "nafrat ki duniya ko chodke etc." in
Haathi mera saathi
Curiousquest2 on Thursday, August 28, 2008 Dear Skakydaniel thanks for your kind respond, and the remarks that you used to sing the beautiful song when you broke with your girl/boy in your life, but i will tell you that "it is better have been in love in life then never ever being in love."
rambhard on Thursday, November 11, 2010 My grand father used to sing this song when i was a kid today is his death annversary i heartly dedicate this song to my grand father may his soul rest in peace and kishore da as well agreat tribute this date 11 11 2010 Ameeen