Kabira Lyrics

kabira lyrics

Kaisi teri khudgarzi
Na dhoop chune na chhaaon
Kaisi teri khudgarzi
Kisi thor tike na paaon (x2)

Ban liya apna paigambar
Tar liya tu saat samandar
Phir bhi sookha mann ke andar
Kyun reh gaya

Re Kabira maan jaa
Re Faqeera maan jaa
Aaja tujhko pukaare teri parchhaaiyan
Re Kabira maan ja
Re Faqeera maan ja
Kaisa tu hai nirmohi kaisa harjaaiya

Tooti chaarpaai wohi
Thandi purvaai rasta dekhe
Doodhon ki malaai wohi
Mitti ki suraahi rasta dekhe..

Kaisi teri khudgarzi
Lab namak rame na misri
Kaisi teri khudgarzi
Tujhe preet purani bisri..
Mast Maula, mast Kalander
Tu hawa ka ek bavandar
Bujh ke yun andar hi andar
Kyun reh gaya..

Re Kabira maan jaa
Re Faqeera maan jaa
Aaja tujhko pukaare teri parchhaaiyan
Re Kabira maan ja
Re Faqeera maan ja
Kaisa tu hai nirmohi kaisa harjaaiya…

Banno re banno meri chali sasuraal ko
Ankhiyon mein paani de gayi
Duaa mein meethi gud dhaani le gayi (x2)

Re Kabira maan jaa
Re Faqeera yun na ja
Aaja tujhko pukaare teri parchhaaiyan
Re Kabira maan ja
Re Faqeera yun na ja
Kaisa tu hai nirmohi kaisa harjaaiya

Re Kabira, Re Kabira
Re Fakeera, Re Fakeera… (x2)

Tooti chaarpai wohi thandi purvaai rasta dekhe
Doodhoon ki malaai wohi
Mitti ki suraahi rasta dekhe… (x2)

Ho Doodhoon ki malaai wohi
Mitti ki suraahi rasta dekhe…

Gudiya ri gudiya tera gudda perdesiya
Jodi aasmani ho gayi
Shagun pe dekho shaad maani ho gayi (x2)

Re Kabira maan jaa
Re Faqeera yun na jaa
Aaja tujhko pukaare teri parchhaaiyan
Re Kabira maan ja
Re Faqeera yun na ja
Kaisa tu hai nirmohi kaisa harjaaiya

Re Kabira, Re Kabira…

Rekha Bhardwaj

– Born in New Delhi, India, she began her career in music during the late 1980s. Her debut album, Ek Do Teen, was released in 1989, and it became a success. In 1990, she moved to Mumbai, where she continued singing and performing.

– In 1992, she performed “Chura Liya”, which won the Best Female Playback Award at the 1993 Zee Cine Awards. This song was later used in the film Dil Hai Ki Manta Nahin.

– In 1994, she sang “Aa Jaa”, which earned her another nomination in the same category.

– Her next single was “Tumhe Dekho”, which was written by Anand Bakshi and composed by Himesh Reshammiya. It was included on her second studio album, Aapne Toh Deewana Tha.

– In 1995, she recorded “Mere Dosti Sona”, which was originally sung by Kishore Kumar. It was later covered by Sonu Nigam and Alka Yagnik.

– In 1996, she released her third album, Chupke Se Gaya Raat, which contained songs like “Kuch Nahi Ho Sakti”.

– In 1997, she sang “Yeh Mera Dil Mein Rang Badal Diyan”, which was written by Sameer Sen.

Personal life

She studied at the Sangeet Natak Akademi in New Delhi and later attended the London School of Music. Her father was a musician and her mother was a dancer. She began acting at age 14 and took lessons in classical dance. In 1985 she won a scholarship to study drama at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. After graduating in 1988, she moved to Mumbai to pursue her career in films.

In 1990, she played the role of Gita in the movie Mrityudand directed by Shyam Benegal. This was followed by roles in movies such as Kuch Naa Kaho (1991), Haath Ki Safai (1992), Lagaan (2001) and Devdas (2002). In 1994, she acted in the hit Hindi movie Dil Hai Ki Manta Nahin starring Amitabh Bachchan and Juhi Chawla.

In 1996, she starred opposite Shah Rukh Khan in the romantic comedy Mohabbatein. She received critical acclaim for her performance in the 1999 crime thriller Karz. In 2001, she played the role as a young widow in the critically acclaimed film Omkara. In 2002 she portrayed the character of a blind woman in the biopic Gandhi.

In 2003, she played the part of a tribal girl in the award winning film Taare Zameen Par. In 2004, she played the lead role in the musical Bombay Dreams. In 2005, she played the role in the film Aitraaz alongside Salman Khan. In 2006, she played the role Kausar in the action thriller Veer Zaara. In 2007, she played the role Durga in the historical epic Jodhaa Akbar. In 2008, she played the role Preeti in the action flick Wanted. In 2009, she played the role Vasundhara in the political satire Satya. In 2010, she played the role Rani Padmini in the period drama Ek Thi Daayan. In 2011, she played the role Meera in the family drama Tum Milegi Hoayyie. In 2012, she played the role Madhubala in the biopic Yeh Jawani Deewana Tha. In 2013, she played the role Radha in the biographical drama Life OK. In 2014, she played the role Reena in the biographical drama Humshakals. In 2016, she played the role Malini in the biographical drama Udta Punjab. In 2017, she played the role Soniya in the biographical drama Queen. In 2018, she played the role Shilpa in the biographical drama Saavniyat. In 2019, she played the role Anushka Sharma in the biographical drama Kapoor & Sons.

Professional career

She began singing professionally while still in school, performing at local functions and weddings. Her first public performance was at the age of nine at the annual function organised by the Indian Association of Musicians. She performed solo in a classical style, accompanied by tabla player Kishore Kumar, flautist Suresh Wadkar and violinist Ram Narayan. At the end of the concert she received a standing ovation. When asked about it later, her mother told her that she had done well because she sang better than her elder sister, who had been selected earlier.

Her father wanted her to pursue a career in engineering. However, she did not want to study further and insisted on pursuing her passion for music. Her parents supported her decision and enrolled her in the Music Academy, where she studied vocal music and Hindustani classical music. In 1992, she won the All India Radio Award for Best Female Vocalist.

In 1996, she participated in the International Children’s Choir Festival held in New York City. In 1997, she graduated with a degree in vocal music from the same academy. She continued her studies in the United States, receiving a master’s degree in music education from Boston University in 2000. She returned to Mumbai in 2001 and joined the faculty of the Music Academy. She taught there for three years before joining Film Institute of India, Pune as a lecturer in 2004.

She met composer Vishal Bhardwaj in 2005 at a party hosted by his brother Mahesh Bhardwaj, who was the chief executive officer of Eros Entertainment. They married in 2008.

She gave birth to twins in 2011; one boy and one girl. Both are named Rohan and are identical twins.

In 2013, she collaborated with singer Shreya Ghoshal on the track “Aap Jaisa Koi” from the soundtrack of the Hindi movie Raanjhanaa.

In 2016, she composed the score for the film Haider, directed by Meghna Gulzar. For the film, she wrote five original songs including “Tumne Dekha Hai”, sung by Sonu Nigam. She had written the lyrics herself along with Gulzar. She also starred in the film alongside Shah Rukh Khan and Anushka Sharma.

 

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