Lag Ja Gale Lyrics - From Who Kaun Thi Movie

Enjoy with Sing-along lyricsLag Ja Gale from the 1964 movie WOH KAUN THI, starring Manoj Kumar, Sadhana, Helen, Prem Chopra, K N Singh, Mohan Choti and Dhumal.
of the Super hit golden era (old) song,
Producer: Prithvi PicturesDirector: Raj KhoslaLyrics: Raja Mehndi Ali KhanMusic Director: Madan Mohan Singer: Lata Mangeshkar
The Lyrics starting From Lag Ja Gale Ki Phir Ye Hasin Raat Ho Na HoShaayad Phir Is Janam Men Mulaaqaat Ho Na HoLag Jaa Gale …view below to get the full lyrics. 
Lag Ja Gale Lyrics - From Who Kaun Thi Movie

Lag Ja Gale Lyrics In Hindi :

लग जा गले
हसीं रात
लग जा गले कि फिर ये हस्सीं रात हो न हो
शायद फिर इस जनम में मुलाक़ात हो न हो
लग जा गले कि फिर ये हस्सीं रात हो न हो
शायद फिर इस जनम में मुलाक़ात हो न हो
लग जा गले



हमको मिली हैं आज, ये घड़ियाँ नसीब से

जी भर के देख लीजिये हमको क़रीब से
फिर आपके नसीब में ये बात हो न हो
शायद फिर इस जनम में मुलाक़ात हो न हो
लग जा गले



पास आइये कि हम नहीं आएंगे बार-बार

पास आइये कि हम नहीं आएंगे बार-बार
बाहें गले में डाल के हम रो लें ज़ार-ज़ार
आँखों से फिर ये प्यार कि बरसात हो न हो
शायद फिर इस जनम में मुलाक़ात हो न हो



लग जा गले कि फिर ये हस्सीं रात हो न हो

शायद फिर इस जनम में मुलाक़ात हो न हो

लग जा गले


Lag Ja Gale Lyrics In English :


Lag Ja Gale Ki Phir
ye Hasin Raat Ho Na Ho
shayad Phir Is Janam Mein
mulakat Ho Na Ho
lag Jaa Gale ke phir ye hansi raat ho na ho shayad phir is janam Mein mulakat ho na ho... lag ja gale a a aahh hhh hhh

hum Ko Mili Hai Aaj
ye Ghadiya Naseeb Se
je Bhar Ke Dekh Leejiye
hamako Kareeb Se
phir Apke Naseeb Mein
ye Baat Ho Na Ho
shayad phir Is Janaam Mein
mulakaat Ho Na Ho

lag Ja Gale

pas Aiye Ki Ham Nahin
ayenge Baar Baar
bahen Gale Mein Daal Ke
ham Ro Le Zaar-Zaar
ankhoon Se Phir Ye
pyaar Ki Barsaat Ho Na Ho
shayad Phir Is Janam Mein
mulakat Ho Na Ho

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Picture the song: Love gets spooky in ‘Lag Ja Gale’ from the suspense thriller ‘Woh Kaun Thi?’

A remake of Raj Khosla’s Gothic-style suspense thriller Woh Kaun Thi? (1964) is on the cards. To be produced by KriArj Films, the movie will retain two of the biggest reasons behind its success: the songs Naina Barse Rimjhim Rimjhim and Lag Ja Gale. It might have been simpler to buy the rights to the Madan Mohan tunes, gorgeously sung by Lata Mangeshkar, and reuse them in another movie rather than tinker with Khosla’s classic, but then Bollywood never learns.
The casting for the new version is expected to be a coin toss between Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Deepika Padukone. Either actress works fine as the ethereal-looking woman who might just be a ghost. But like the original movie title, questions linger. Will the producers pay royalty to the estate of British writer Wilkie Collins, whose 1860 novel The Woman in White inspired Khosla’s movie? And how will colour affect the mood?
The original movie was in black and white, and cinematographer KH Kapadia created richly atmospheric sequences by playing with light. Sadhana, who plays the spectral heroine, is often lensed through close-ups, with strands of her hair delicately strewn across her enigmatic face. Kapadia and Khosla set up a stark play between other-worldly whiteness – signalled by the heroine’s sari and her alabaster complexion – and the darkness conveyed by the looming shadows and dark corners that entrap the hero.
The movie opens on a suitable sinister note. Anand (Manoj Kumar), a doctor, halts during a downpour when he sees a woman clad in a white sari standing by the road. His car’s wipers stop working when she sits inside the vehicle, and as he drops her off at a crematorium, the first strains of Naina Barse Rimjhim Rimjhim play. Recorded with an echo effect, the song is parcelled out throughout the movie, and is to Woh Kaun Thi? what Aayega Aanewala was to Kamal Amrohi’s Mahal (1949) – the leitmotif that will haunt Anand.
Sandhya (Sadhana) appears to have died – twice! – so Anand is understandably shocked when she turns up as his bride. He shuns her, convinced that she is out to get him in some way, but relents one night when she takes him to a lonely place and serenades him with Lag Ja Gale. The song speaks of a night of passion that may never be repeated. Sandhya tells Anand that she has been hunting for him through the ages, and he finally comes under her spell (the luminous close-ups help). Raja Mehndi Ali Khan’s lyrics create a sense of both timelessness and impermanence. Look at me with all your heart, for you may never be so fortunate again, Sandhya tells Anand. Her words prove prophetic, and the suspense lingers all the way till the climax.
Lag Ja Gale, Woh Kaun Thi? (1964).

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