Urzu Urzu Durkut

I heard this song long back, liked it and forgot.

Some days back I saw its video on TV, and i just liked it even more! Now i realise that it has to be my one of most favorite songs! Its lyrics (gulzar), its music director (shantanu) its singer (shreya) its video crew (mitisha) and the context of the video (when it starts in movie).. everything is so beautifully done tat it luks one of the best snogs ever made!

Even though I never heard of the words "Urzu Dorkut" I realised that its Kashmiri (or close to urdu) and also that it means something cute. Only realising later, that it really means wonderful, and suits so much in the context of the song!

Orzu Dorkut is a Kashmiri Word which means "Long live with standing on your legs firm"! Yes, that's the real meaning; which further means... "Live healthily with your own support throughout".

Wonderful, isnt it? ;-)


You may listen this song here :




Here is the lyrics of song


Chhan se bole, chamak ke jab charar le
Khwab dekha, hai aankh ka khumar bole
Khwab chhalke, to aankh se tapak ke bole
Jharna chhalke, to pura aabshaar bole
Urzu, Urzu Durkut!
Urzu, Urzu Durkut!
La La La, La La La
Urzu, Urzu Durkut!

Hare khwab ki hari chudiyan,
Kalai mein kisne bhari chudiyan,
Uthi neend se, chali aayi main,
Saath hi aa gayi meri chudiyan

Aankh bole, ki khwab khwab khelte raho
Roz koi ek chand belte rahe ho
Chand tute to tukde tukde bant lena
Bole pahiya, hai raat din dhakelte raho

Urzu, Urzu Durkut!
Urzu, Urzu Durkut!
Urzu, Urzu Durkut!
Urzu, Urzu Durkut!


Enjoy!

Rafi vs Kishore


refer
Rafi and Kishore : Whose better

There are 2 words - Great and Popular. The sysnonym for the first is Rafisaab and for the second is Kishore. I never understand how can Rafi and Kishore be compared. The first reason can be the period those 2 worked. As Kishore came later and became popular due the different kind of songs he sung than Rafisaab.
These 2 can be compared on few points:
Versatility: When Rafisaab sung for some actor, it never appeared that Rafi is singing, but the actor is. And there was no limit on who the acotr is. Few classic examples are Shammi, Rajender Kumar, Johny Walker, Dilipsaab, Dev, Amitabh. But when KK sung even for Rajesh Khanna, the voice always sounded as Kishore's.
Type of songs: Rafisaab had no limits of what kind of song he could sing.
Range of voice: Rafisaab had definitely better.
When Rafisaab sung, it always sounded like he's singing from heart while in case of Kishore it was just throatal. Try singing any song by these and you'd feel the difference.
Clarity: Each word in a Rafi song is crystal-clear.


As long as only singing is concerned Mukesh or Manna Dey were better option to compare with Rafi. We listen Kishore Kumar's song , while we feel Rafi's song by heart.Rafi was a playback singer for Shammi Kapoor, Dilip Kumar to Rajesh Khanna, Bachhan, while Kishore Kumar was mainly a singer for Bachhan and Rajesh Khanna. Rafi is for all generation while Kishore Kumar is mainly for young generation. Rafi's voice was more sweeter than Kishore. Kishore came in 50s, so more or less they were contemporary, but he had to wait for RD to come. No doubt that Kishore Kumar was a great singer and we enjoy lot of his songs. But we simply can not compare him with Rafi.
Rafi is Rafi !!!!!!!!


Perhaps these two citings from Rafi thread on orkut clearly speaks how different two personalities were.
Rafisaab is (yes IS, cuz he will always be alive in our hearts!) a classical singer, while Kishore da is just another. Kishore's pattern of singing is quite similar to Manna Dey, but again Manna Dey is a classical singer, Kishore isnt. However, there are lot of reasons for popularity for Kishore da, mainly due to RD and his lively nature to sing funny songs. If I see variety, I find more in kishore da's and less on Rafisaab, whose voice was naturally romantic. And I love to say that, cause I love to sing his every song and feel the romanticism in it, the beauty of voice which pours the feelings inside (even if its not there!). I love the depth Rafisaab goes into for any song, be it sad or romantic or a classical or bhakti! That depth is unmatched with anybody (ofcourse, you may compare him with legends like Manna Dey, Hemant Da and Talat, but actually I would say they all were legends, and hence Uncomparable!)