bulleya lyrics

bulleya lyrics

Meri rooh ka parinda phadphadaye
Lekin sukoon ka jazeera mil na paaye
Ve ki karaan..
Ve ki karaan..

Ik baar ko tajalli toh dikha de
Jhoothi sahi magar tasalli to dila de
Ve ki karaan..
Ve ki karaan..

Raanjhan de yaar Bulleya
Sunle pukaar Bulleya
Tu hi toh yaar Bulleya
Murshid mera, Murshid mera
Tera mukaam kamle
Sarhad ke paar Bulleya
Parvardigar Bulleya
Haafiz tera, Murshid mera (x2)

Main taan gul se lipti
Titli ki tarah muhajir hoon
Ek pal ko thehroon, pal mein udd jaaun
Ve main tan hoon pagdandi
labhdi ae jo raah jannat ki
Tu mude jahan main saath mud jaaun

Tere kaarvan mein shamil hona chahun
Kamiya taraash ke main kaabil hona chahun
Ve ki karaan..
Ve ki karaan..

Raanjhan de yaar Bulleya
Sun le pukaar Bulleya
Tu hi toh yaar Bulleya
Murshid mera, Murshid mera
Tera mukaam kamle
Sarhad ke paar Bulleya
Parvardigar Bulleya
Haafiz tera, Murshid mera (x2)

Raanjhana ve…
Raanjhana ve…

Jis din se aashna se do ajnabi huve hain
Tanhaiyon ke lamhe sab multavi huve hain
Kyun aaj main mohabbat
Phir ek baar karna chahun
Haan…

Ye dil toh dhoondhta hai inkaar ke bahane
Lekin ye jism koi pabandiyan na maane
Milke tujhe, bagaawat khud se hi yaar karna chahun

Mujhme agan hai baaki aazma le
Le kar rahi hoon khud ko main tere hawale
Ve Raanjhna…
Ve Raanjhna…

Raanjhan de yaar Bulleya
Sunle pukaar Bulleya
Tu hi toh yaar Bulleya
Murshid mera, Murshid mera
Tera mukaam kamle
Sarhad ke paar Bulleya
Parvardigar Bulleya
Haafiz tera, Murshid mera (x2)

Pritam

– After graduating from FTII, Pritam worked briefly as a sound engineer before joining EMI Records India in 1996.

– In 1997, Pritam composed the song “Aaj Ki Baat”, sung by Kavita Krishnamurthy, for the film Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam.The song became immensely popular and earned him critical acclaim.

– His second major success came in 1999 with the song “Mere Dost Mein Tera Naam Hai”, sung by Lata Mangeshkar and Shreya Ghoshal for the film Aashiqui 2, which won the Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer.

– While working in EMI, Pritam met lyricist Javed Akhtar and began writing lyrics for his compositions.Akhtar suggested Pritam to compose music for his upcoming movie Taare Zameen Par.

– Pritram agreed to work on the soundtrack of the movie and wrote the song “Chura Liya”.Taare Zameen Par was released in 2000 and received positive reviews.

– Pritams’ third big hit came in 2001 with the song “Nachde Neend Nachana”, sung by Sonu Nigam and Alka Yagnik for the Bollywood movie Paheli.

– This song became one of the most successful tracks ever recorded in Hindi cinema.Paheli was a huge commercial success and garnered several awards including the National Film Awards for best music direction and best background score.

Early life

Born in Kolkata, West Bengal, India, Pritam grew up in a Bengali Brahman family. His father, Prabodh Chakravarty, was an engineer and mother, Anuradha Chakravarty, was a housewife. He had three sisters, Sushmita, Swastika and Suvrajita. His parents wanted him to become a doctor, like his elder sister Sushmita. However, he did not want to study medicine; he wanted to pursue film making.

In 1986, when he was 13 years old, Pritam moved to Mumbai to join Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), Pune. There, he studied sound recording and engineering under Prof. Bimal Karandikar. In 1993, he graduated from FTII, Pune with a Bachelor of Science degree in geology. While studying there, he formed a rock band with fellow students, known as Jotugriher Paki. They performed at college events and parties. After graduating, he continued working in the field of audio production and engineering.

He worked as a sound recordist for documentaries such as ‘The Last Days of Che Guevera’, ‘Mao Tse Tung Speaks’, ‘Tibetan Freedom Fighters’, ‘The Journey of Life’, etc., and also produced documentaries for TV channels including Zee News, NDTV 24×7, BBC World Service, Discovery Channel and National Geographic.

His debut feature film, Aashiqui 2, premiered at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival.

Career

Chakraborty has been credited with writing music for over 200 films including Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge, Hum Aapke Hain Kaun Karega, Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham, Devdas, Saajan Chale Sasural, Om Shanti Om, Jab We Met, Rock On!!, Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, Housefull 3, Bhaag Milkha Bhaag, Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani, Raabta, Golmaal Returns, and many others. His songs are popularly known for their catchy tunes and lyrics.

He has won three National Film Awards – Best Music Direction for Apne (2002), Best Song for Ek Do Teen (2003), and Best Lyrics for Tumko Ho Samaana (2004). In addition, he has received several awards from Indian Guild of Screenwriters, Lions Club International, and World Wide Writer Association.

In 2007, he launched his production house, Bhushan Kumar Productions, along with fellow composer Anu Malik. Over the years, Chakraborty has worked with some of India’s biggest stars such as Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, Priyanka Chopra, Deepika Padukone, Ranbir Kapoor, Abhishek Bachchan, Sonakshi Sinha and Katrina Kaif.

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