heartthrobkid22 on Friday, April 16, 2010
mind blowing song boss,its sumthing which really touched my heart...& better than any of atif's song i must say.this guys have got extreme talent & i think they really deserve a chance here in bollywood though its true that they are already got the fame but i thing their combination with bollywood will help us to get some genuine & new music rather than what we are getting all copied music from our fake music directors..lolzzzz...!!!!!!
free2saywhatever on Saturday, April 04, 2009
Hey. This song talks about the memories of past and missing those moments
of past. The sadness of the past moments, he is asking what happened to
those moments (hence, "Woh Lamhe" which translates to "those moments") and
where they are lost. My favorite line is when he says "Sagar ke en lehre so
ghera hai mera pyar" which roughly translates to my love is deeper than the
deepest spots of the ocean. Beautiful song. :)
Shafcrawler on Monday, November 16, 2009
Atif Aslam was a founding member of Jal, but he left the band to pursue a solo career. I'm assuming since he helped write the first few songs, he had partial rights to them (but not entirely, as you can see from the fact that when he re-sang this song and Aadat for Bollywood films, the lyrics were slightly different). Hope this clarifies things. Cheers!
ali2k4 on Friday, September 11, 2009
whats with the comment, we had many big artists noor jahan , nustrat fate
ali khan, hunoon , junaid jamshed , vital signs , u name it many more plus
u steal music from us stop crying and work on ur music. stop complaining
man there is no point . no disrepect to u or ur country
free2saywhatever on Monday, June 07, 2010
This song is so much better than the bollywood version. The bass, the
guitar, the strum makes this one so much more pleasing to hear than the
bollywood version. The bollywood one is focused more on the voice, this one
is a balance of both music and lyrics.