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Rasik balma....hai...dil kyon lagaaya tuse...can you please give the details of this song and the true lyrics (lyrics from online sites can be sometimes wrong)?

Asked by Muktha Radhakrishnan, 30 Apr '09 06:44 pm
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You have got enough correct info on the quoted song including the lyrics . Just I would like to add one thing which is not supplied by any so far . This composition is based on rag BHUPALI which is known as rag Mohanam in Karantic music.
Answered by joyesh chakraborty, 02 May '09 03:11 pm

 
  
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Beautiful composition by Shankar Jaikishan and sung so dutyfully by Lata Ji. Heard the song and watched the video at youtube Mukta after reading your question..... Lata has given some unforgettable songs in the earlier days of her career. This, I feel, is one among them. Extracted these informations from the same link:- Singer: Lata Mangeshkar Music: Shankar, Jaikishan Lyrics: Hasrat Jaipuri Film: Chori Chori, 1956 Genere: Based on Raga Shuddha Kalyan BTW I loved the innocent looks of Nargis in the song. You cannot avoid her while watching the video........:))
Answered by prashant sharma, 01 May '09 07:02 pm

 
  
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Singer - Lata Mangeshkar Music by - Shankar, Jaikishan
Answered by Gourab, 30 Apr '09 09:49 pm

 
  
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As I have checked all the answers received to your question and I think you have acquired the lyrics in perfect form, I see there is no need to type all those lines one more time with my answer. But, since you have expressed your wish to know more about the song, so let me take this answer with that shade only. But remember, before submission, I enjoyed a ten-twenty minutes talk with my maternal uncle in this regard as he has been noted in his circle of senior citizens as the authority in information relating with past era of Hindi movies. So, if you find, whatever I am going to say about the song, you should give the credit to that man in first place. 1. Rasik Balama : It was rumored that Lata Mangeshkar had fainted at the time of recording because of the emotional stress to the voice while practicing the song before final recording. This one along with \'Itne bade jaham mei ai dil, tuj sang naata jodu kaise\' from Vaijaynthimala starrer \'Kathputali\', have been among her ...more
Answered by Indra Pawar, 03 May '09 12:54 am

 
  
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Rasik Balma Haaye Dil kyun lagayaa tose,dil kyun lagaya jaise rog lagayaa, jaise rog lagaaya Rasik Balma Ho Jab Yaad aaye tihari, surat woh pyaari pyaari (2) Neha Lagaa ke haari (2) Tadpu mein gam ki maari Rasik Balma Haaye Dil kyun lagayaa tose,dil kyun lagaya jaise rog lagayaa, Rasik Balma Ho Dhoonde hain paagal naina, paaye na ek pal chainaa (2) Das ti hain ujadi raina (2) Paas kahu main behna Rasik Balma Haaye Dil kyun lagayaa tose,dil kyun lagaya
Answered by Oberoi, 30 Apr '09 06:48 pm

 
  
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Kya gaana hai.....evergreen song. Did you try at radio reloaded ?
Answered by Vilas Pardhe, 30 Apr '09 06:48 pm

 
  
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Try www.hungama.com for any song assuch u will get comtplete
Answered by Dinesh C S, 18 May '09 09:33 am

 
  
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