Jo tum hansoge

Jo tum hansoge:

One more

interesting audio musical blog:

Just listen to, and enjoy

Click the links to some popular songs, in an interesting specific sequence. It is said that Mukesh is the tragedy king in singers. Hear these songs, and decide yourself why our tragedy king, Dilip Kumar, chose Muhammad Rafi as his voice, instead of Mukesh.

I think great Muhammad Rafi has given us more immortal tragedy songs than Mukesh even.

Enjoy the songs as if an audio story, implying an altogether different sense:

DSM Satyarthi

1. Na aadmi ka koi bharosa na dosti ka koi thikana

2. Doston mein koi bat chal jati hai

3. Aadmi jo kahta hai aadmi jo sunta hai

4. Voh muhabbat voh vafaayen

5.Ye kaisi ajab daastaan ho gai hai

6. Rimjhim gire saavan

7. Aap se pyar hua jata hai

8. Le jayenge le jayenge dil wale dulhaniya le jayenge

9. Hum tum se juda ho ke, mar jayenge ro ro ke

10. Yaad na jaye bite dinon ki

11. Chhedo na meri zulfen

12.Ye shama to jali roshni ke liye

13. Ae jaan-e-man hans lo

14. Main tooti hui ik naiya hoon

15.  Mujhe leke chal

16. Chaand koi hoga tumsa kahan

17. Chale the saath milkar

18. Hai thoda thoda pyar

19. Jaane bhi do yaar, chhodo inkaar

20. Yoon rootho na haseena meri jaan pe ban

21. Dhoondh le Panah

22. Kya nazaare kya sitaare sab ko hai intezaar

23. Ankhiyan Ankhiyan

24. Ye shaam mastaani madhosh kiye jaaye

25. Aa mere paas

26. Voh shaam kuchh ajeeb thi ye shaam bhi ajeeb hai

27. Mili khaak mein muhabbat jala dil ka aashiyaana

28. Maanaa Janab ne pukara nahin

29. Mehndi rang li

30. Kabhi khud pe kabhi haalaat pe rona aaya

31. Pyar divana hota hai mastana hota hai

32. Chalo ik saath chalte hain

33. Aakhiri geet muhabbat ka suna loon, to chaloon

34. Mujhe dard-e-dil ka pata na tha

35. O mere dil ke chain, chain aaye mere dil ko

36. Toone, O Rangile, kaisa jadoo kiya

37. Hui sham unka khayal aa gaya

38. Kiska mahal hai?

39. Yeh rangini-e-naubahar, Allah Allah

40. Hum hain raahi pyaar ke

41. Ja main nahin kehnda

42. Hai duniya usi ki zamaana usi ka

43.  Yaad piya ki

44. Tere sau deevane jhoothe parvaane

45. Jo guzar rahi hai mujh par use kaise main bataaoon

46. Main ni main

47. Ruk ja, rokta hai ye divana

48. Aap ke pahloo mein aakar ro diye

49. Rona, kabhi nahin rona

50. Dil ke armaan aansuon mein bah gaye

51. Hamen aur jeene ki chaahat na hoti agar tum na hote

52. Fiza bhi hai javaan javaan

53. Chupke chupke rat din ansu bahana yad hai

54. Chiragh kahan roshni kahan

55. Aadhi baat ho chuki ab aadhi baat kar le

56. Aaj ki raat mere dil ki salaami le le

57. Jo tum hansoge to dunia hansegi

58. Aaj purani raahon se koi mujhe aavaaz na de

59.O nigaahe mastaanaa

60. Na tu zamin ke liye hai, na asman ke liye

61. Ik nazar kisi ne dekha aur dl hua deevana

62. Tumko bhi to aesa hi kuchh hota hoga O Sajna

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More audio musical blogs from DSM Satyarthi:

1. Zindagi, aa raha hoon main

2. Zindagi ik safar hai suhana

3. Jo tum hansoge

4. Har Chehrā yahān chānd to har zarrā sitarā

5. Main jahan chala jaaoon, bahaar chali aaye

6. Socha tha pyar hum na karenge

Who is the actual dream man of the world’s most Sexiest FHM Young Woman, Katrina Kaif?

Who is the actual dream man of the world’s most Sexiest FHM Young Woman, Katrina Kaif?

DSM Satyarthi

Katrina Kaif is the new Bollywood Queen.

No doubt at all.

She has revived the great long tradition of  Utmost talented Muslim Beauties ruling Bollywood.

Mumtaz was the last of them.

Suraiya, Nargis, Meena Kumari, Madhubala, Wahida Rahman,  Saira Bano, we can’t even count either their immortal films, or the immortal characters they played in those history making movies.

Can we forget ‘Mother India’ ever?

Can we forget Chhoti Bahu of ‘Sahab Biwi aur Ghulam?

Can we forget Anarkali of ‘Mughal-e-Azam’?

Can we forget Rosy of  ‘Guide‘?

Can we forget the mischievous girl of ‘Jangli’?

Can we forget the mischievous girl of ‘Bandhan’, Bidi smoking girl of ‘Roti’, unsuccessful beloved of ‘Prem Kahani’?

No.

Certainly not.

Tabu promised to revive the great tradition, but she lost herself,  unfortunately, in meaningful cinema more.

Zeba Bakhtiyar and Salma Agha came from Pakistan and threatened the then ruling Bollyood queens.

Unfortunately, they were made victims of the dirty politics of Bollywood that has destroyed the great talents like Naveen Nishchol, Vinod Mehra, and even the great Rajesh Khanna evntually.

Thank God, they could not kill Katrina Kaif.

She is giving biggest hits with Axay Kumar, like ‘Humko Deewna kar gaye’, ‘Namastey London’, ‘Welcome’, ‘Singh is King’.

They attached her name to Salman Khan to revive Salman Khan boosting him, thus.

The audience have become wiser.

They rejected ‘Yuvraj’ starring Salman Khan with Katrina Kaif.

Even Katrina Kaif could not boost the super flop Salman Khan.

‘The Times of India’ has published a story:

‘I’m not involved with Salman Khan’

Men swear by this curvaceous lass. The women envy her. While Katrina Kaif , the glam world’s latest favourite person, just immerses

herself in her work, says Priya Pathiyan

Katrina Kaif. At 19, she’s worked with the likes of Kaizad Gustad (the soon to be released film Boom), Mahesh Mathai and Sandeep Chowta (for the popular Mitti music video

) and is currently doing commercials for big buck multinationals LG, Samsung and Coke as well as the much-awaited new Ogilvy & Mather ad for Fevicol. Not to mention the way she’s got the entire male population of the country hooked. Things that the average Indian hopeful can only dream of. And she’s not even technically Indian!

Yes, her dad is Kashmiri. But her mum’s bona fide Brit. And the peripatetic pretty face has travelled from Hong Kong (where she was born), to Hawaii

(where she grew up), to London (where she started her modelling career). A contract with the Models1 Agency and campaigns for prestigious houses like La Sanza and Arcadius and even a turn on the London Fashion Week catwalk. She was well on her way to a successful ramp career.

Why would she give all that up for the clamour and clutter of India

? “I like India because of my father,” she says. Adding the more prosaic reason as an afterthought: “Kaizad is London-based and he offered me a role in Boom. So I came here to do it. But then I liked it here and was getting a lot of offers, so I decided to stay on.” And she loves the city of Pune. “It’s like a little fairytale town, so sleepy and quiet,” she enthuses. “But I also love Jaipur, so colourful…” she ponders, in that delightfully exotic accent, which might soon vanish, as she is working on her diction and learning Kathak with Veeru Krishna so that she’ll have an edge when she bites into those meaty roles in mainstream cinema too. Talk about being prepared!

The curvy Kaif may not be the common man’s idea of a Girl Guide, but she sure does sound like one. When you quiz her on her supposed links with Salman Khan, she is quick to demur. “I’m not involved with Salman Khan. I’m just a close friend of his sister Alvira’s,” is all that you get. “I don’t have a love interest in my life,” she avers. “I’m just so busy, travelling every single day with my work. I’m not even an avid party animal. I’m content to hang out with my friends, Alison Kanuga (model) and Anna Singh (fashion designer),” she’d like you to believe.

Right now, she’s concentrating on her advertising shoots and looking forward to some good campaigns and readying herself for the onslaught of Hindi cinema offers. There’s plenty of work and she’s not complaining. So it’s Kerala one day, Maldives

the next. And a string of stolen hearts en route!

The million dollar question is:

‘Who is the real dream man of Katrina Kaif?

Some persons are suspecting that he is Axay Kumar, the new Bollyood King.

But, to our greatest surprise, some inner sources are disclosing the mystery that the real dream man of Katrina Kaif is AJAY DEVGAN.

Surpised?

Not only you.

I am myself too, if it is really true.

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