Deewani Mastani

dīvānī mastānī
Crazy Mastani
00 :07PlayPause
[All the stanza in Marathi language]
[navatunī ālī apsarā] [x2]
[āśī sundarā sāj sājpunnā]
[ālī ālī ālī]
[ālī  ālī]
[jaisā māṭhī mānlā gajrā]
[dōakyēcā najrāṭhēl ṭhēl ticyauvar]
[ālī ālī]
[All the stanza in Marathi language]
A nymph came from Heaven [x2]
She came decked with precious ornaments
She came [x3]
She came, ah, she came.
Look how a flower garland
is tied in her hair
She came [x2]
00 :33PlayPause
[All the stanza in Marathi language]
[duniyā  pyārī ]
[āgā nārī harnigē]
[āgā rānī sundarā  ]
[ālī  ālī] [x3]
[All the stanza in Marathi language]
She is the beloved one the world
Her gait, that of a deer
She is a beauty queen
She came, ah, she came [x3]
01 :12PlayPause
nazar  tērī lagī maiṁ dīvānī  gaī
dīvānī hām̐ dīvānī, dīvānī  gaī
maśhūr mērē iśq  kahānī  gaī
 jag  na mānī  maiṁ  bhī ṭhānī
kahām̐ thī maiṁ, dēkhō kahām̐ calī āī
kahtē haiṁ yah dīvānī
mastānī  gaī
(Your) gaze fell on mine, then (I) went crazy
crazy, yes, crazy, I went crazy
The tale of my love has become famous
I resolved to what the world would not accept
Look where I was, and where I've come:
It's said that this Mastani has gone crazy
(that this lover has became wanton)
02 :09PlayPause
maśhūr mērē iśq  kahānī  gaī
 jag  na mānī  maiṁ  bhī ṭhānī
kahām̐ thī maiṁ dēkhō kahām̐ calī āī
kahtē haiṁ yah dīvānī
mastānī  gaī
dīvānī hām̐ dīvānī, dīvānī  gaī
The tale of my love has become famous
I resolved to what the world would not accept
Look where I was, and where I've come:
it's said that this Mastani went grazy
(that this lover has became wanton)
Crazy, yes, crazy, I went crazy
03 :03PlayPause
zaxm aisā tūnē lagāyā
dīvānī, dīvānī, dīvānī,
dīvānī  gaī
marham aisā tūnē lagāyā
ruhānī, ruhānī, ruhānī,
ruhānī  gaī
pahcān mērē iśq  ab  [×2]
ravānī, ravānī, ravānī,
ravānī  gaī
You inflicted such an wound
that (I) went crazy,
crazy, crazy, crazy.
You applied such a balm
that I become spiritual,
spiritual, spiritual, spiritual.
The mark of my love, now just [x2]
has become motion,
motion, motion, motion
03 :42PlayPause
maśhūr mērē iśq  kahānī  gaī
kahtē haiṁ
yah dīvānī mastānī  gaī
dīvānī hām̐ dīvānī, dīvānī  gaī
maśhūr mērē iśq  kahānī  gaī
 jag  na mānī  maiṁ  bhī ṭhānī
kahām̐ thī maiṁ dēkhō kahām̐ calī āī
kahtē haiṁ yah dīvānī
mastānī  gaī
dīvānī hām̐ dīvānī, dīvānī  gaī
The tale of my love has become famous.
It's said that this Mastani has gone grazy
(that this lover has became intoxicated)
Crazy, yes, crazy, I went crazy.
The tale of my love has become famous.
I resolved to what the world would not accept
Look where I was, and where I've come:
it's said that this Mastani went crazy
(that this lover has became wanton)
Crazy, yes, crazy, I went crazy.
04 :27PlayPause
sab nūr nūr  bikhrā hai
ik   xayālōṁ mēṁ utrā hai
bas jhūm, jhūm, jhūm, jhūm jātā hai dil
 mastānī hai,
 dīvānī hai
pākīzā hastī hai tērī  nūrānī hai!
sab nūr nūr  bikhrā hai
ik   xayālōṁ mēṁ utrā hai
All (else) has scattered like light, like light
only you have surfaced in (my) thoughts
A sway, sway, sway is living in my heart
You’re frolic / Mastani
You’re crazy / in love
Your being is flawless, you are resplendent!
All (else) has scattered like light, like light
only you have landed in (my) thoughts
Deewani Mastani (Hindi: दीवानी मस्तानी, Urdu: دیوانی مستانی) is a song from the 2015 Indian period film Bajirao Mastani.

"Dewaani" is one of the Hindustani words for "lover", but more specifically it means "crazy, mad" (a lover is "crazy about someone").
"Mastani" is the name of the main female character of the film, but it is also an Hindustani word for "intoxicated, drunk, frolic, wanton" (literally by a substance, or by love, religious trance, et cetera).
Therefore the title of this song can be variously translated as "Crazy Mastani", "Carefree lover", "Mastani the Lover", and so on.

The film is a fictionalized account of the deeds of a very famous Marathi general called Bajirao (played by the Indian actor Ranveer Singh), and a Rajput princess called Mastani (played by the Indian actress Deepika Padukone).

The first stanzas of the song are in Marathi, to provide the proper ambiance, the rest in Hindustani.

The song's lyrics were written by the lyricist duo Siddharth-Garima. The Marathi part was written and interpreted by Ganesh Chandanshive.
The female voice belongs to the renowned Indian playback singer Shreya Ghoshal, who was amply praised for her interpretation of this song.

Special thanks to my friend Amogh Mundhekar for his help with the Marathi lyrics!