I made this video few years ago with original song of Rafi Sahib. At that time I never thought of singing myself. Here is the video with my voice this time.
Lyrics and English Translation
Main Zindagii Kaa Saath Nibhaataa Chalaa Gayaa
Har Fikr Ko Dhunen Mein Udaataa Chalaa GayaaBarabaadiyon Kaa Sog Manaanaa Fizuul Thaa
Barabaadiyon Kaa Jashn Manaataa Chalaa Gayaa
Main Zindagii...Jo Mil Gayaa Usii Ko Muqaddar Samajh Liyaa - 2
Jo Kho Gayaa Main Usako Bhulaataa Chalaa Gayaa
Gam Aur Khushii Mein Fark Na Mahasuus Ho Jahaa.N - 2
Main Dil Ko Us Muqaam Pe Laataa Chalaa Gayaa
The song begins as --I go along with this life ,i blow all away all my worries in thin air!!
The second stanza says, there is no point in crying over split milk in things whihc have gone wrong for u. So better to celebrate your mistakes in life than crib over them!!
The third stanza suggests what life has given me I consider it as my fate........ the things which i have lost.. i forget them!!!
The fourth stanza is the most unique and wonderful stanza according to me.... it says.......i take my heart to a point where i dont feel the difference between happiness and a sad feeling in life...To me this conveys the whole meaning of life....
Inayat Hussain Bhatti Best Punjabi film songs Completion **********************************
Inayat Hussain Bhatti (1928-1999) was a multidimensional icon of Pakistan. His body of work includes contributions as a singer, actor, producer, director, script writer, social worker, columnist, religious scholar and a protagonist of the development of Punjabi language and literature.
Inayat Hussain Bhatti was born in Gujrat on 12 January 1928, the son of Fazal Ellahi Bhatti, a prominent social worker in Gujrat. He attended public high school and later graduated from Zamindar College, Gujrat.
During the early phases of his life, Inayat hussain bhatti enjoyed his association with two persons, both from Gujrat. they were Syed Ijaz Hussain Gilani, a practising lawyer, whose abrasive interest in fine arts, especially music and drama, won him the appreciation of a large number of music buffs and connoisseurs, and Mr.Asghar Hayat Jaura, a well known Kabbadi player from Gujrat with whom Bhatti shared many common interests.
The late artiste from Mohalla Fattupura, Gujrat, spend several formative years of his life in the company of these individuals in Gujrat and Lahore.
He became interested in the lives and works of the Sufi saints and the poetry of Waris Shah, Bulleh Shah, Baba farid, Mian Muhammad Bakhsh since his early college days, Mainly because of his association with the said two persons.
In December 1948 he came to Lahore with the intention to study law and initially stayed at MAO College hostel, Lahore.
His destiny however had different plans for him, A few months after his arrival in Lahore, he made his first performance on stage in the YMCA Hall, Lahore, in a play produced by Syed Ijaz Hussain Gilani, which focused on the freedom struggle of the Kashmiri freedom fighters.
After his YMCA auditorium performance, Inayat Hussain Bhatti accompanied Ijaz Gilani to Radio Pakistan, Lahore, where he met and became a formal pupil of Master Niaz Hussain Shami, a composer then working for Radio Pakistan in Lahore.It was his association with and training under Master Niaz Hussain Shami, which facilitated Bhatti's participation in regular radio programmes as a singer.
He sometimes used to accept character roles in plays broadcast by the Lahore station of Radio Pakistan. once he was memorizing some lines while having tea at the radio canteen when Rafi Peer, a play writer, overheard him.
He went up to him and asked whether he would acts as the Hero in his play Akhian (Eyes).
This was a Godsend for Bhatti who readily accepted the offer and acted to Peer's satisfaction. Rafi Peer wanted Bhatti to speak Punjabi in the Sargodha dialect, this he did excellently and Rafi Peer was happy with his selection.
Bhatti was introduced to composer G.A. Chisti by Master Shami in 1949, who offered Bhatti an opportunity to record a few songs in producer-director Nazir's film Phairey (1949). the song "aakhiyan laanveen naan", a duet with Munnawer Sultana for that film was an instant hit. other songs of that movie, includes the solo recorded in the voice of Inayat Hussain Bhatti, also won wide popularity, and are still remembered for their lively compositions, which brimmed with abundance sonic enchantment. Courtesy G.A.Chisti and the movie Phairey, Inayat Hussain Bhatti became an almost overnight celebrity and fortune began to smile on him.
After his debut in the films as play back singer, Inayat Hussain Bhatti's vocal recourses were successfully employed by several music directors. including Ghulam Haider, Master Inayat Hussain and Rashid Attrey, for recording their songs in a number of films.
Spotting his histrionic talent producer-director Nazir offered Bhatti the leading role in his Punjabi film Heer (1955) against Sawaran lata, which he enacted successfully and to the satisfaction of the inveterate producer, director, actor Nazir. The film did good business at the box office, for several decades thereafter; it was a complete success story for the late singer and actor Bhatti.
He was the first superstar play back singer of Pakistan after its independence in 1947. His career spanned for almost five decades, In 1997 he suffered an attack of paralysis, which impaired his speech and kept him bed-ridden for most of the time thereafter.
A few days before his death, the septuagenarian artiste was taken to his native home Gujrat, where, on 31 May 1999, He was plucked away from our midst by the inexorable angel of death and way laid to rest beside his late parents. Rest is pace
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