Kya Mujhe Pyaar Hai Lyrics – KK

Kya Mujhe Pyaar Hai

Kyon Aaj Kal neend kam Khwab zaada hai
Lagta Khuda ka koi neek iraada hai
Kal tha Fakeer aaj dil shezada hai
Lagta Khuda ka koi neek iraada hai

Kya Mujhe Pyaar hai ya
Kaisa Khumar hai ya
Kya Mujhe Pyaar hai ya
Kaisa Khumar hai ya

Pathar ke in raston pe
Phoolon ke ek chaadar hai
Jabse mile ho humko
Badla har ek manzar hai

Dekho jahaan main neele neele asmaan thale
Rang naye naye hai jaise ghulte huwe
Sohye se khwab mere jaage tere waaste
Tere khayalon se hai bheege mere raaste

Kya Mujhe Pyaar hai ya
Kaisa Khumar hai ya
Kya Mujhe Pyaar hai ya
Kaisa Khumar hai ya

Tum kyon chale aate ho
Har raaz hain in khwaabon main
Chupke se aa bhi jaao
Ek din meri bahoon main

Tere he saapnein andheron mein ujaalon mein
Koi naasha hain tere aankhon ke pyalo mein
Tu mere khwabon mein jawabon mein sawaalon mein
Har din churaa tumhe mein laaton hoon kyaalon mein

Kya Mujhe Pyaar hai ya
Kaisa Khumar hai ya
Kya Mujhe Pyaar hai ya
Kaisa Khumar hai ya

About KK

He was also known as K.K./Kay Kay. In Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu films, he sang prominently. There was often confusion between his name and that of a Bollywood actor with a similar screen name, Kay Kay Menon.

Krishna Kumar was raised in New Delhi after being born in Thrissur, Kerala. She attends Mount St. Mary’s School in Delhi Cantt. Having graduated from Delhi University, he waited tables for six months before getting his break singing in a commercial jingle.

As part of the Indian Cricket Team’s support during the 1999 Cricket World Cup, he sang “Josh of India.”. It was the title song of this album that made him famous. From the same album, “Aap ki Dua” and “Yaaron” were also popular.

Krishna Kumaar”s Career

The first song he sang for a Bollywood film was Chhod Aaye Hum (Maachis). In the movie Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam, his song Tadap Tadap brought him to the spotlight.

The album Humsafar did not go as well as he expected, but Raina Bhari Kaari, Ye Kahaan mil Gaye Hum and Aasmaan Ke did well.

With songs such as “Tu Aashiqui Hai” from “Jhankaar Beats” (for which he won a National Award), “Chand Ki Roshni Se” from “Home Delivery”, “Awarapan Banjarapan” from “Jism”, “It’s The Time To Disco” from “Kal Ho Naa Ho” and “Dus Bahaane” from “Dus”, he had a successful Bollywood career.

Among his other hit songs are “Tu Hi Meri Shab Hai” from Gangster, “O meri Jaan” from Life in a Metro, “Soniye Soniye” from Aksar, “Mera Pehla Pehla Pyaar Hai” from Life in a Metro, “Alvida Alvida” from “Life in a Metro”, “Ajab Si” from “Om Shanti Om” and “Kya Mujhe Pyaar Hai” from “Woh Lamhe”. From “Bachna Ae Haseeno”, his next smash hit “khuda jaane” was released in August 2008. According to many, he was the new voice of India, as almost all struggling singers wanted his voice.

KK’s second album Humsafar was released on January 24, 2008.

In addition to singing in Tamil and Telugu, he has also performed in other South Indian languages. Tamil songs popular in Chennai include My Name is Billa from the movie Billa, Uyirin Uyiray from Kaakha Kaakha, Kadalikkum Asai Undu from Chellame, and Appadi Podu from Ghilli.


He was 53 years old when he passed away. It was during a concert at the Nazrul Manch in Kolkata that KK felt unwell. A report states that the singer felt uneasy after reaching his hotel and collapsed.

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