chand sifarish lyrics

Subhaan Allaah Subhaan Allah Subhaan Allah Subhaan Allah… (x2)

Chaand Sifarish Jo Karta Hamari Deta Woh Tumko Bata

Sharm-O-Haya Pe Parde Gira Ke Karni Hain Hamko Khata

Zidd Hain Ab Toh Hain Khud Ko Mitana Hona Hain Tujhmein Fanaa

Chaand Sifarish Jo Karta Hamari Deta Woh Tumko Bata

Sharm-O-Haya Pe Parde Gira Ke Karni Hain Hamko Khata

Teri Adaa Bhi Hain Jhonke Wali Chhu Ke Gujar Jaane De

Teri Lachak Hain Ke Jaise Daali Dil Mein Utar Jaane De

Aaja Baahon Mein Karke Bahana Hona Hain Tujhmein Fanaa

Chaand Sifarish Jo Karta Hamari Deta Woh Tumko Bata

Sharm-O-Haya Pe Parde Gira Ke Karni Hain Hamko Khata

Subhaan Allaah Subhaan Allaah Subhaan Allah Subhaan Allah… (2)

Hain Jo Iraaden Bata Doon Tumko Sharma Hi Jaaogi Tum

Dhadakanen Jo Suna Doon Tumko Ghabraa Hi Jaaogi Tum

Hamko Aata Nahi Hain Chhupana Hona Hain Tujhmein Fanaa

Chaand Sifarish Jo Karta Hamari Deta Woh Tumko Bata

Sharm-O-Haya Pe Parde Gira Ke Karni Hain Hamko Khata

Zidd Hain Ab Toh Hain Khud Ko Mitana Hona Hain Tujhmein Fanaa

Kailash Kher

He joined the Hindustani Music Academy in Delhi where he studied under eminent vocalist Pt. Ravi Shankar and learnt tabla. During this period, he worked as a session musician for many Bollywood films and recorded over 50 albums including those sung by Lata Mangeshkar, Asha Bhosle, Mohammed Rafi, Mahendra Kapoor, Suresh Wadkar and Anuradha Paudwal.In 1996, Kher moved to Mumbai to pursue a career in film music. In 1997, he sang in the movie “Aastha”, composed by Aadesh Shrivastava. This song became very famous and was played continuously on radio stations across India.

– Kher had already been working as a session musician for some time, and this work led him to compose songs for films like “Namak Haraam”. At this stage, he began composing for other artists such as Alka Yagnik and Sonu Nigam.His debut album “Yeh Mera Dil” was released in 1998. The album was a great success and won awards at both the Filmfare and Zee Cine Award ceremonies.

STORY: “Kailash Kher Biography”

– The following year, he went on to record another successful album called “Jiya Re Jiya”, which included popular hits like “Chalte Chalte”, “Tere Mere Sapne” and “Mujhe Dekho”.The album earned him his first National Film Award for Best Male Playback singing for the song “Chalte Chal Tey” in 1999. In 2000, he released “Kuch Toh Log Kahenge”, which contained songs like “O Saathi O Saathi”, “Haseena Deewana Hai” and “Humko Mil Gaye Hum”.

– After recording a few more albums, Kher shifted focus towards acting and gave a memorable performance in the 2002 hit film “Guru”, starring Amitabh Bachchan.During this time, Kher also performed live concerts around India, and his popularity grew steadily.

– Kher was seen in the 2004 blockbuster “Shahid”, directed by Mirza Sameer. The film was based on the story of the assassin of Mahatma Gandhi, Nathuram Godse. He also sang the song “Lag Ja Gale Lagyo” in the same film.

– In 2006, Kher acted in the romantic comedy “Kaun?” alongside actress Priya Gill. The film was a box office failure, but it won him the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor – Female.

Early life and struggle

Kher was born on 7 June 1973 in Meerut district, Uttar Pradesh, India. His parents are Mehar Singh Kher, a traditional folk singer, and Bina Devi Kher.

At the age of fourteen, Kher left home seeking a guru or an institution where he could continue his musical studies. He went to Varanasi, where he stayed with one of his uncles. There he continued his musical studies under the guidance of Pandit Ram Narayan Sharma. After three months of studying there, Kher moved to Delhi to attend the Guru Nanak Dev University. In Delhi, he studied under Pandit Ravi Shankar, Pandit Jasraj, Pt. Shiv Kumar Bhagat, Dr. Laxman Mishra, Shri Lal Chand Anand and others. During this period, he also taught music to earn money.

In 1990, Kher returned to Meerut and joined the All India Radio Station, where he worked as a music director. Soon afterwards, he became a part of the Indian National Orchestra, conducting many concerts across the country. He also began composing songs for films and albums.

He composed the song ‘Aaj Ki Raat’ for the film Aaj Ka Arjun. This song was later used in the movie Dostana. In 1996, Kher sang the song ‘Mera Naam Tera Jadoo’, which won him the Filmfare Award for Best Male Playback Singer. In 1997, he recorded the album Mera Dil Leke Dekho.

In 2000, Kher performed in the film Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke alongside Sonu Nigam and Alka Yagnik. He also composed the soundtrack for the film.

In 2001, Kher composed the soundtrack for the Hindi remake of the American film Basic Instinct. The soundtrack included the hit single ‘Choli ke peeche’.

In 2002, he wrote the lyrics for the song ‘Jinhe na jaane waale hai’ from the film Paheli.

Career beginnings

Kher moved to Mumbai in the early 2000s, where he met musicians like Sachin Dev Burman and R D Burman. After meeting them, he became acquainted with singer Lata Mangeshkar and composer duo Anu Malik and Salim–Shankar. In 2003, he sang the song ‘Jai Ho’ in the Hindi movie Aap Ki Kasam, composed by Pritam Chakraborty. This song went on to become a hit single.

In 2004, he recorded the song ‘Aaj Aur Kal’, written by Javed Akhtar for the Bollywood movie Taare Zameen Par. The song received positive reviews and earned Kher a nomination for Best Male Playback Singer at Filmfare Awards 2006. His next release was the song ‘Mere Dil Mein Hai’ from the 2005 Bollywood movie Jaane Tu… Ya Jaane Na. The song won him another Filmfare Award nomination.

He worked with Anu Malik again for the soundtrack of the 2007 Bollywood movie Jab We Met. The song ‘Tum Mile’ from the album was nominated for the Song Of The Year category at the 2008 Screen Awards.

His work on the 2009 Bollywood movie Delhi-6 brought him another Filmfare Award Nomination for the song ‘Chaand Chori’. The song was performed live at the 2010 Grammy Awards.

In 2011, he collaborated with Pakistani pop singer Atif Aslam for the song ‘Wake Up Sid’ from the Indian comedy film Rockstar. The song won him his third Filmfare Award for Best Male Playback Singing.

The song ‘Main Hoon Heroine’ from the 2012 Bollywood blockbuster Chennai Express garnered him another Filmfare Award for Best Music Director.

In 2013, he worked with Adnan Sami and Amjad Nadeem for the song ‘Khuda Ke Liye’ from the Bollywood romantic drama Talaash. The song was sung live at the 2014 Grammys.

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