Are you familiar with the meaning of the Arabic portion in the song "Kaho na Kaho"
Amir Jamal's soul-stirring song "Kaho Na Kaho" in the Bollywood film "Murder" has captured the attention of music fans all around the world.
This 2002 classic is a gorgeous fusion of melodic tunes and sentimental lyrics that arouses a wide variety of emotions in the listener.
The song is viral even today and the history goes back to 2002 and 2004 when it was a part of the "Murder" movie starring Emraan Hashmi and Mallika Sherawat. The Arabic song "Tamalli Maa'aak" was originally sung by Amr Diab from Egypt.
The song "Kaho Na Kaho" has made a lasting impression on the world of music and has become the standard for soulful songs. This article is for all those who love the song but never understood the Arabic part of the lyrics.
What does the Arabic part of the song "Kaho Na Kaho" mean?
Tamalli maa'aak walaou hawaak, hatta baa'eid a'aani fi aalbi - I am with you even though you are far away from me. But your love is in my heart.
Tamalli maa'aak, tamalli if- baali iw-if aalbi wala bansaak. - I am with you. You are in my mind and heart and I will not forget you.
Tamalli wahishni laou hatta bakoun way-yaak - I miss you, even when I am with you.
Tamalli habeebi mihtajlak. Tamalli a'aiynayya tistahlak. Walaou hawalayya killi ilkoun, bardhouh yahabeebi mihtajlak. - O' my love, I need you. My eyes deserve you. If the whole universe is around me, I still need you.