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Humdard Lyrics – Arijit Singh


Pal do pal ki hi kyun hai zindgi
Iss pyaar ko hai sadiyan kaafi nahi
To khuda se maang loon
Mohlat main ek nayi
Rehna hai bas yahan
Ab door tujhse jaana nahi

Jo tu mera Humdard hai
Jo tu mera humdard hai

Suhana har dard hai
Jo tu mera humdard hai

Teri muskurahatein hain takat meri
Mujhko inhi se ummeed mili
Chahe kare koyi sitam yeh jahan
Inmein hi hai sada hifazat meri
Zindgaani badi khoobsurat hui
Jannat ab aur kya hogi kahin

Jo tu mera humdard hai
Jo tu mera humdard hai
Suhana har dard hai.
Jo tu mera humdard hai

Teri dhadhkanon se hai zindgi meri
Khwahishein teri ab duayein meri
Kitna anokha bandhan hai yeh
Teri meri jaan jo ek hui
Lautunga yahan tere paas main haan
Vaada hai mera mar bhi jaaun kahin

Jo tu mera humdard hai
Jo tu mera humdard hai
Suhana har dard hai
Jo tu mera humdard hai

Humdard hai
Humdard hai
Humdard hai
Humdard hai

About Arijit Singh

Originally from Jiaganj, Murshidabad, West Bengal, Arijit Singh is an Indian playback singer and music programmer.

Due to his maternal grandmother’s singing and his maternal aunt’s training in Indian classical music, he began training in music from his house. He also plays the tabla with his maternal uncle. Aside from singing and playing the tabla, his mother also taught him music.

He attended Raja Bijay Singh High School and Sripat Singh College, an affiliate of the University of Kalyani. According to Singh, he was a good student, but his passion was music. He was trained professionally by his parents due to his inclination towards music.

Rajendra Prasad Hazari taught him Indian classical music, Dhirendra Prasad Hazari taught him tabla, and Birendra Prasad Hazari taught him Rabindra Sangeet and pop music.

He began his career by participating in the reality show Fame Gurukul (2005). Singh began his journey with music programming after winning another reality show called 10 Ke 10 Le Gaye Dil. In the following years, he worked as an assistant music programmer for Pritam Chakraborty, Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy, Vishal-Shekhar, and Mithoon.

As a result of the release of “Tum Hi Ho” from Aashiqui 2, he became more well-known.  In the 59th Filmfare Awards, he received the Best Male Playback Singer award.

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