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Teri Nazron Ne Dil Ka Kiya Jo Hashar Lyrics – KK

Teri Nazron Ne Dil Ka Kiya Jo Hashar

Aankhon Mein Teri…
Ajab Si, Ajab Si, Adaayein Hain
Ho…
Ankhon Mein Teri…
Ajab Si, Ajab Si, Adaayein Hain
Dil Ko Bana Dein Jo Patang
Saansein Ye Teri Vo Hawaayein Hain

Aankhon Mein Teri…
Ajab Si, Ajab Si, Adaayein Hain
Ho…
Ankhon Mein Teri…
Ajab Si, Ajab Si, Adaayein Hain
Dil Ko Bana Dein Jo Patang
Saansein Ye Teri Vo Hawaayein Hain

Aayi Aisi Raat Hai Jo
Bohat Khush-naseeb Hai
Chaahe Jisse Door Se Duniya
Vo Mere Kareeb Hai
Kitna Kuch Kehna Hai
Fir Bhi Hai Dil Mein Sawaal Kaheen
Sapnon Mein Jo Roz Kaha Hai
Wo Phir Se Kahun Ya Nahee



Aankhon Mein Teri
Ajab Si, Ajab Si, Adaayein Hain
Ho…
Ankhon Mein Teri
Ajab Si, Ajab Si, Adaayein Hain
Dil Ko Bana Dein Jo Patang
Saansein Ye Teri Vo Hawaayein Hain

Tere Saath Saath Aisa
Koi Noor Aaya Hai
Chaand Teri Raushni Ka
Halka Sa Ik Sayaa Hai
Teri Nazron Ne Dil Ka Kiya Jo Hasharr
Asarr Ye Hua
Ab Inmein Hi Doobke Ho Jaaun Paar
Yehi Hai Dua

Aankhon Mein Teri
Ajab Si, Ajab Si, Adaayein Hain
Ho…
Ankhon Mein Teri
Ajab Si, Ajab Si, Adaayein Hain
Dil Ko Bana Dein Jo Patang
Saansein Ye Teri Vo Hawaayein Hain

About KrishnaKumar Kunnath (KK)

Playback singer Krishna Kumar (also known as K.K./Kay Kay) was an Indian. In Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu films, he was a prominent singer. A Bollywood actor with the same name, Kay Kay Menon, was often mistaken for him.

As a child, Krishna Kumar lived in New Delhi, but was born in Thrissur, Kerala. Mount St. Mary’s School, Delhi Cantt, student. A graduate of Delhi University, he waited at tables for six months before he got his break, singing in a commercial jingle.

During the 1999 Cricket World Cup, he was featured in the song “Josh of India” for the support of the Indian Cricket Team. It wasn’t long after this that he released an album called Pal, the title song of which was an instant hit with listeners. Among the most popular tracks from the same album are “Aap ki Dua” and “Yaaron”.

He wrote the song Chhod Aaye Hum (Maachis) for his first Bollywood film. He became famous with the song Tadap Tadap from the movie Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam.

Raina Bhari Kaari, Ye Kahaan mil Gaye Hum, and Aasmaan ke were some of the successful songs from Humsafar, his next release.

The songs he performed in Bollywood include “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” (with Shaan) from “Dus”.”.

Aside from “Tu Hi Meri Shab Hai” from the movie Gangster, “O Meri Jaan” from Life in a Metro, “Soniye Soniye” from Aksar, “Mera Pehla Pehla Pyaar Hai” from “Mera Pehla Pehla Pyaar Hai”, “Alvida Alvida” from “Life in a Metro”, “Ajab Si” from “Om Shanti Om” and “Kya Mujhe Pyaar Hai” from “Woh Lamhe”. After “Khuda Jaane,” he released “Bachna Ae Haseeno,” another smash hit. He was also regarded as the new voice of India in the sense that almost all struggling singers wanted to sound like him.

In January 2008, KK released his second album Humsafar.

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

The 53-year-old KK passed away. In Kolkata, KK fell ill during a concert at Nazrul Manch. Upon reaching his hotel, the celebrated singer felt uneasy and collapsed.

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