Maar Dala

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मार डाला
It Has Killed Me
00 :06
यह किसकी है आहट, यह किस का है साया
हुई दिल में दस्तक, यहाँ कौन आया
Whose sound/footsteps are those, whose shadow is this
There was a knock on (my) heart's door, who came here?
00 :23
हम पे यह किस ने हरा रंग डाला? [x2]
ख़ुशी ने हमारी हमें
मार डाला  [x4]
हम पे ये किस ने हरा रंग डाला?
हमें मार डाला, हमें मार डाला, हमें 
मार डाला  अल्लाह [x3]
मार डाला 
Who is he who cast verdant color over me? [x2]
My delight
killed me … [x4]
Who is he who cast verdant color over me?
He killed me, killed me …
He killed me … God! [x3
He killed me
01 :44
 चाँद हथेली पर सजाया
 तारों से कोई भी रिश्ता बनाया
 रब से भी कोई शिकायत की [x2]
हर ग़म को हम ने छुपाया
हर सितम को हँस के उठाया
I neither decorate the palm of my hand with the moon
Nor did I create any relation with the stars
I not even complained to God about anything
I concealed every sadness
I smiled and bore every outrage
02 :15
काँटों को भी गले से लगाया
और फूलों से ज़ख़्म खाया
हाँ मगर दुआ में जब ये हाथ उठाया
हो हाँ मगर दुआ में जब ये हाथ उठाया
ख़ुदा से दुआ में तुम्हें 
माँग डाला 
माँग डाला  अल्लाह [x2]
माँग डाला 
I even embraced the thorns
and sustained injury by the flowers,
yes, but when I raised these hands in prayer,
oh, yes, but when I raised these hands in prayer
from God,
I besought for you …
I besought for you … God [x2]
I besought for you …
03 :00
ख़ुशी ने हमारी हमें मार डाला [x2]
हमें मार डाला [x2]
मार डाला  अल्लाह [x3]
मार डाला [x5]
My happiness killed me [x2]
It killed me
me …
Killed me … God [x3]
killed me [x3]
03 :38
मार डाला / यह कैसी है आहट
मार डाला / यह किस का है साया
मार डाला / हुई दिल में दस्तक
मार डाला / यहाँ कौन आया
Killed me / whose sound/footsteps are those?
Killed me / whose shadow is this?
Killed me / there was a knock on (my) heart's door
Killed me / who came here?

Maar Dala (Hindi: मार डाला, Urdu: مار ڈالا) "(He/It) Killed (Me)" is a song from the 2002 Indian period drama film "Devdas".

The movie is based on the novel of the namesake novel by the Bengali writer Sharat Chandra Chattopadhyay.
It tells the story of a star-crossed couple formed by Devdas (in the movie, played by the Indian actor Shah Rukh Khan) and Parvati or "Paro" (played by the Indian actress Aishwarya Rai).

In both the movie and the novel, Devdas, unable to make good his love for Paro, moves into a brothel and becomes an alcoholic, where a courtesan called Chandramukhi (played by the Indian dancer and actress Madhuri Dixit) falls in love with him.

In the video clip, Chandramukhi is shown dancing and singing in for Devdas and Kalibabu (an evil character played by the Indian actor Milind Gunaji) who is also a brothel customer.
While Chandramukhi tries to continue with her dancing she shows increasing concern for Devdas, who is heartbroken and in the process of drinking himself to death. In the end, Devdas passes out and Chandramukhi stops dancing.

The actual singer is the Indian playback singer Kavita Krishnamurti. Remarkably, Madhuri Dixit was pregnant while performing the dance scene.
The lyrics were written by the prolific Bollywood writer Nusrat Badr, and the music was composed by the Indian musician and composer Ismail Darbar.