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Rasm-e-ulafat Kisi Suurat Se Nibhaaye Na Bane Song Lyrics – Rajkumari


    Rasm-e-ulafat Kisi Suurat Se Nibhaaye Na Bane (By: Rajkumari)

    From the movie – Humaayun

    Rasm-e-ulafat Kisi Suurat Se Nibhaaye Na Bane Song Lyrics in English

    Rasm-e-ulafat kisi suurat se nibhaaye na bane
    Baat kuchh bigadi hai aisi ke banaaye na bane
    Rasm-e-ulafat kisi

    Husn majabuur idhar ishq preshaan udhar
    Aisa kuchh ulajha ha daaman ki chhudaaye na bane
    Rasm-e-ulafat kisi

    Mera ghar jal gaya majabuur hain duniya vaale
    Hai ye vo aag jo paani se bujhaaye na bane
    Rasm-e-ulafat kisi

    Kaya karuun kaya na karuun dono tareh mushakil hai
    Aap jaaye na bane unako bulaaye na bane
    Rasm-e-ulafat kisi

    Rasm-e-ulafat Kisi Suurat Se Nibhaaye Na Bane Hindi Song Lyrics Translation

    रास्म-ए-उलफत किसि सुराट से निबाये ना बैन
    Baat Kuchh Bigadi Hai Aisi Ke Banaye Na Bane
    रास्म-ए-उलफत किसि
    हुसान माजबुर इधर इश्क प्रेवरान उधर
    रास्म-ए-उलफत किसि
    मेरा घर जल गया मोजनबुर हैन दुनीया वैले
    है ये वीओ एएजी जो पैनी से बुझाये ना बैन
    रास्म-ए-उलफत किसि
    Kaya Karuun Kaya Na Karuun Dono Tareh Mushakil है
    आप Jaaye Na Bane Unako Bulaaye Na Bane
    रास्म-ए-उलफत किसि

    About the movie – Humaayun

    Rasm-e-ulafat Kisi Suurat Se Nibhaaye Na Bane  (By: Rajkumari)

    Badshah Babar arrives in India from Iran, drives out Ibrahim Lodhi, makes peace with the Hindus and rules Delhi. He also adopts Rajkumari as his daughter and treats like his very own child, even though he has two sons, Humayun and Kamran, and a daughter, Gulbadan. Babar also finds out that Rajkumari is soon to be married to Randhir, the Rajkumar of Chanderi, who is out to avenge the conquest of his native land, by killing Humayun. Before that could happen Humayun falls seriously ill, Babar prays for his survival, but himself becomes ill and passes away, leaving Humayun to recuperate and be crowned the next Badshah. Humayun meets Hamida Bano and both fall in love with each other so much so that he loses all interest in the running of the state. When Delhi is attacked by Jai Singh, Kamran and Khan Bahadur join in the attack, forcing Hamida to flee. Humayun fends off the attackers, but must re-route his armies when Rajkumari is taken hostage. He does manage to rescue her, make amends with Randhir, but loses Delhi to his opponents, and flees to his native Iran. This is where he will meet and marry Hamida, and both will become parents of Shahenshah of all Shahenshah’s, Jalaludin Akbar. But before that Humayun must take back his kingdom, and in order to do this he must first take Kabul, then Lahore, and then Agra and finally, if he manages to survive, Delhi.