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Tum Itna Jo Muskura Rahe Ho

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tum itnā  muskurā rahē 
If You Keep Smiling This Much
00 :31
tum itnā  muskurā rahē  [x2]
kyā ġam hai jis  chupā rahē  [x2]
tum itnā  muskurā rahē 
If you keep smiling this much [x2]
What is the sorrow that you keep hiding? [x2]
If you keep smiling this much
01 :30
ām̐khōṁ mēṁ namī, ham̐sī labōṁ par [x2]
kyā hāl hai kyā dikhā rahē 
Mositure in your eyes, smile on your lips
How are you, what you are showing?
01 :57
kyā hāl hai kyā dikhā rahē 
kyā ġam hai jis  chupā rahē 
tum itnā  muskurā rahē 
How are you, what you are showing?
What is the sorrow that you keep hiding?
If you keep smiling this much
02 :28
ban jāēm̐gē zahar pītē pītē [x2]
 aśk  pītē  rahē  [x2]
Being drank, they will become bitter/poison, [x2]
these tears that you keep drinking [x2]
03 :20
jin zaxmēṁ   vaqt bhar calā hai [x2]
tum kyūm̐ unhēṁ chēṛē  rahē 
The wounds that time is going to heal,
why did you keep touching/irritating them?
03 :47
tum kyūm̐ unhēṁ chēṛē  rahē 
kyā ġam hai jis  chupā rahē 
tum itnā  muskurā rahē 
Why did you keep touching/irritating them?
What is the sorrow that you keep hiding?
If you keep smiling this much
04 :18
rēkhāōṁ  khēl hai muqddar [x2]
rēkhāōṁ  māt khā rahē 
Predestination is a game of palm lines,
by the lines, you keep losing
04 :44
rēkhāōṁ  māt khā rahē 
kyā ġam hai jis  chupā rahē 
tum itnā  muskurā rahē 
kyā ġam hai jis  chupā rahē 
By those lines, you keep suffering a defeat
What is the sorrow that you keep hiding?
If you keep smiling this much
What is the sorrow that you keep hiding?

Tum Itna Jo Muskura Rahe Ho (Hindi:तुम इतना जो मुस्कुरा रहे हो, Urdu: تُم اتنا جو مُسْکَرا رہے ہو) "If You Keep Smiling This Much" is a song featured in the 1982 Indian drama film "Arth", and then released in a 1983 album of the same name.

The singer (both in the album and the movie) was Jagjit Singh, who also composed the music.
In the movie, the song is played when one of the protagonists, Raj (played by Raj Kiran), in a moving scene, asks Pooja, the female protagonist (played by Shabana Azmi) why she is trying to hide her sadness.

The writer was the Urdu poet Kaifi Azmi.

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