Dilbar Mere


dilbar mērē
Oh, My Sweetheart
00 :09
dilbar mērē kab tak mujhē
aisē  taṛpāōgē
maiṁ āg dil mēṁ lagā dūm̐gā 
 pal mēṁ pighal jāōgē
[all stanza x2]
Oh, my sweetheart,
how much longer you will torture me so?
I will light a fire in (your) heart
and will melt (it) in an instant
[all stanza x2]
00 :41
ēk din āēgā, pyār  jāēgā
maiṁ āg dil mēṁ lagā dūm̐gā 
 pal mēṁ pighal jāōgē
One day will come, you will fall in love
I will light a fire in (your) heart
and will melt (you) in an instant
01 :12
sōcōgē jab mērē bārē mēṁ tanhāiyōṁ mēṁ
ghir jāōgē aur bhī mērī parchāiyōṁ mēṁ
[both lines x2]
dil macal jāēgā, pyār  jāēgā
When you will have thought about me in (your) loneliness(es)
you will be surrounded even more in my shadows
[both lines x2]
Your heart will get uneasy, you will fall in love
01 :46
dilbar mērē kab tak mujhē
aisē  taṛpāōgē
maiṁ āg dil mēṁ lagā dūm̐gā 
 pal mēṁ pighal jāōgē
Oh, my sweetheart,
how much longer you will torture me so?
I will light a fire in (your) heart
and will melt (it) in an instant
02 :18
dil  milēgā  dil  mahknē lagōgē
tum mērī bāhōṁ mēṁ ā  bahknē lagōgē
[both lines x2]
hōś khō jāēgā, pyār  jāēgā
When heart shall unite with heart, then you'll start being fragrant
Once come to my arms, you'll start feeling intoxicated
[both lines x2]
You will lose (your) senses, you will fall in love
02 :51
dilbar mērē kab tak mujhē
aisē  taṛpāōgē 
maiṁ āg dil mēṁ lagā dūm̐gā 
 pal mēṁ pighal jāōgē
Oh, my sweetheart,
how long will you torture me so?
I will light a fire in (your) heart
and will melt (you) in an instant
03 :07
ēk din āēgā, pyār  jāēgā
maiṁ āg dil mēṁ lagā dūm̐gā 
 pal mēṁ pighal jāōgē
One day will come, you will fall in love
I will light a fire in (your) heart
and will melt (you) in an instant
Dilbar Mere (Hindi: दिलबर मेरे, Urdu: دِلبر میرے) “Oh, My Sweetheart” is a very famous love song, first featured in the 1982 Indian action comedy film “Satte Pe Satta”.

The original singer was the legendary Indian Artist Kishore Kumar, but over the years it has become a classic and it has been interpreted by many artists and bands.

In this video, Dilbar Mere is sung by “Sanam”, an Indian pop rock band based in Mumbai and known for its modern, higher-wattage renditions of old Bollywood songs. The band is composed of Sanam and Saman Puri, Venkat Subramaniyam and Keshav Dhanraj.

The lyrics of this song were written by the Indian actor and composer Gulshan “Bawra” (Gulshan Kumar Mehta) and the music was composed by the film music director Rahul Dev “R.D” Burman.