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O Re Piya Song Lyrics – Rahat Fateh Ali Khan

    O Re Piya | Full Song | Aaja Nachle | Madhuri Dixit | Rahat Fateh Ali Khan | Salim-Sulaiman, Jaideep

    O Re Piya (By: Rahat Fateh Ali Khan)

    From the movie – Aaja Nachle

    O Re Piya Song Lyrics in English

    O re piya haaye – 3
    Udne laga kyon man baawla re, aaya kahaan se yeh hosla re
    O re piya haaye – 2

    Taanaabaana taanaabaana bunti hawaa haaye bunti hawaa
    Boondein bhi to aaye nahi baaz yahaan haaye
    Sagish mein shaamil saara jahaan hai
    Har zarrein zarrein ki yeh iltiza hai
    O re piya, (o re piya haaye – 2), o re piya

    Nazrein bolein duniya tolein, dil ki zaban haaye dil ki zubaan
    Ishq maange, ishq chaahe koi toofaan haaye
    Chalna aahiste ishq naya hai, pehla yeh vaada humne kiya hai
    O re piya haaye – 2, o re piya
    Piyaaaaa…. yeh piyaaaaa……………

    Nange pairo pe angaaro chalti rahi haaye chalti rahi
    Lagta hai ke gairo mein palti rahi haaye
    Le chal wahaan jo mulk tera hai, jaahil zamana dushman mera hai haaye
    O re piya haaye………..

    O Re Piya Hindi Song Lyrics Translation

    ओ रे पिया हाय – 3
    उडेन लागा क्योन मैन बावला रे, आया कहान से ये होसला रे
    ओ रे पिया हाय – 2
    Taanaabaana Taanaabaana Bunti Hawaa Haaye Bunti Hawaa
    Boondein Bhi से Aaye Nahi Baaz Yahaan Haaye
    हर ज़ररेन जररेन की ये इलिज़ा है
    ओ रे पिया, (ओ रे पिया हाय – 2), ओ रे पिया
    नाज़रेन बोलेन डुनिया टोलिन, दिल की ज़बन हाय दिल की जुबान
    Ishq maange, ishq chahehe koi toofaan haaye
    चालना आहिस्ट इश्क नया है, पेहला ये वादा ह्यून कीया है
    ओ रे पिया हाय – 2, ओ रे पिया
    पियाया …. ये पियाया ……………
    नंगे जोयरो पे अंगारो चताली रही है चेंली रही
    लग्ता है के गायो मीन पल्ती रही है
    ले चाल वहाआन जो मुल्क तेरा है, जाहर ज़माना दुशमैन मेरा है हाय
    ओ रे पिया हाय ………..

    About the movie – Aaja Nachle

    O Re Piya  (By: Rahat Fateh Ali Khan)

    An unexpected phone call shakes Dia (Madhuri Dixit) out of her dance rehearsal in New York. Her teacher, her guru, is dying and she must return to India. The town where she grew up, the town where she learnt to live and to dance. Also the town she left on an impulse, severing ties with her parents and her people. It is a poignant and troubled return; not only has her guru passed away but the institution that he so lovingly nurtured is in decay and under threat of demolition. Ajanta theatre, the once vibrant hub of the community, the place where Dia’s fondest memories are embedded must now be brought down because the local political authorities feel it a waste of prime real estate. Dia picks up the gauntlet to turn this ruin into a vibrant and bustling theatre that was once the soul of her little town, while fighting discrimination, resentfulness and her own demons.